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The Corporation has appointed the following men to give lectures to the students in Municipal Government (Government 17) during the present year:
Hon. John A. Sullivan, h.'11, chairman of the Boston Finance Commission, on Municipal Administration; Hon. Nathan Mathews '75, former Mayor of Boston, on City Charters; Mr. Stephen O'Meara, Police Commissioner of Boston, on Municipal Police Administration; Mr. David A. Ellis '94, former chairman of the Boston School Committee, on Municipal School Administration; and Mr. Francis R. Bangs '91, former Alderman, on the Financing of Municipal Improvements.
Each of these men will give a few lectures on their respective subjects as part of the regular course in municipal government. Nearly all of them have served the University in a similar capacity during the last two or three years. These lectures have been made possible through the generosity of F.G. Thomson '97, who, with his brother, C. Thomson '98, has endowed the Bureau of Municipal Research.
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