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Meeting of the Board of Overseers.

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At the adjourned meeting of the Board of Overseers at 50 State street on Wednesday afternoon, the following men were elected to act as inspectors at the election of overseers at Commencement: Algernon Collidge jr., '81, principal; Arthur Lyman '83 and R. F. Simes '85, assistants. It was voted to concur with the President and Fellows in the vote appointing F. B. Tarbell, Ph. D., instructor in Greek and Latin; P. B. Marcon, Ph. D., tutor in French for three years from Sept. 1, 1890; Max Poll, Ph. D., instructor in German for 1890-91; A. L. Mason, Ph. D., assistant professor of chemical medicine for five years from Sept., 1890; and in appointing A. L. Mason, M. D., assistant professor of clinical medicine for five years from Sept. 1, 1890.

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