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PHI BETA KAPPA ELECTIONS

TWENTY-TWO SENIORS AND EIGHT JUNIORS RECEIVED HONOR.

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The following twenty-two Seniors and eight Juniors have been elected to the Phi Beta Kappa Society. Scholarly achievement and scholarly promise have been the basis of election, and a conscientious attempt has been made to do justice to every eligible name. In determining the elections, scholarship grades alone have not been the ultimate grounds for decision; the difficulty of the courses taken and the student's progress throughout his college career have also received due consideration. The names are arranged alphabetically and not according to rank or order of election.

1912.

Edgar Waterman Anthony, Jr., of Brookline.

Robert Hart Bolling, of New York, N. Y.

Charles Franklin Brooks, of Urbana, III.

Chalmers Dancy Clifton, of Jackson, Miss.

Henry Lawrence Crehan, of Hingham.

John Augustine Daly, of Cambridge.

George Knowles Gardner, of Worcester.

Thomas Rodman Goethals, of Culebra, Panama.

William Henry Joseph Kennedy, of Roxbury.

James Buell Munn, of New York, N. Y.

William Albert Perkins, of Ogden, Utah.

Allen Ames Prior, of Woburn.

Clarence Beldon Randall, of Cambridge.

Thorvald Salicath Ross, of Jamaica Plain.

Elliott Dunlap Smith, of Chicago, III.

Henry Willcox, of West New Brighton, N. Y.

Roy Arthur Wheeler, of Springfield.

Frederick Wyman Whitman, of Dorchester.

Robert Wiener, of Cambridge.

Raymond Sanger Wilkins, of Salem.

Robert Wood Williams, of Baltimore, Md.

Harry Wolfson, of New York, N. Y.

1913.

John Rea Baker, of Williamsport, Pa.

Ralph Beatley, of Roxbury.

Donald Earl Dunbar, of Springfield.

George Hussey Gifford, of East Boston.

Louis Wagner McKernan, of Ridley Park, Pa.

Louis Aloysius Mahoney, of Lawrence.

Wallace Brockman Porter, of Youngstown, O.

Herman William Richter, of Jamaica Plain.

OFFICERS.

First Marshal.--Christian Henry Haberkorn, Jr., '12, of Detroit, Mich.

Second Marshal.--James Gordon Gilkey '12, of Watertown.

Orator.--Louis Aloysius Mahoney '13, of Lawrence.

Poet.--Louis Wagner McKernan '13, of Ridley Park, Pa.

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The following men who won their "H"s on Saturday will return next year; Felton, Hitchcock, Storer, Parmenter, Gardner, Reynolds, Wendell.

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