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Phi Beta Kappa Election.

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At a meeting of the Phi Beta Kappa last evening the following officers were elected:

F. P. Garland, Secretary.

Frederick S. Arnold, First Marshal.

Beverley R. Robinson, Second Marshal.

A. V. Galbraith, Orator.

J. A. Macy, Poet.

The following men were elected to membership:

'98.E. W. Fox, Portland, Me.

R. Stout, Brooklyn.

S. T. Frost, Boston.

W. H. P. Hatch, South Hartford, N. Y.

G. Newhall, Lynn.

S. H. Hollis, Lynn.

S. G. Underhill. Somerville.

W. E. Dorman, Lynn.

L. L. Whitney, Lincoln.

G. H. Kinnicutt, New York.

R. B. Carter, West Newton.

C. N. King, Jamaica, W. I.

L. P. Marvin, Albany, N. Y.

H. F. Robinson, New York.

H. R. Morse, West Roxbury.

R. T. Parke, Lynn.

F. W. Palfrey, Belmont.

'99.A. L. Fish, Sandwich.

J. B. Studley, Rockland.

C. A. Wheeler, Cambridge.

S. L. Wonson, Everett.

E. E. Jungerich, Philadelphia.

A. V. Galbraith, Springfield.

J. A. Macy, Cambridge.

E. E. Wilson, Cambridge.

Men whose names were bracketed are tied for place.

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