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PHI BETA KAPPA ELEOTS 30

Twenty-Two Seniors and Eight Juniors Chosen to Membership of Honorary Society.

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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 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 order of election.

1914

Hagop Harvotune Aroyan, of Aintab, Turkey.

Wililam Arthur Berridge, of East Lynn.

George Philip Davis, of Waltham.

Maurice Fremont-Smith, of Washington, D. C.

Walter Henry Gilday, of Brockton.

Frederick Francis Greenman, of Brooklyn, N. Y.

Louis Hyman Harris, of Jamaica Plain.

Jonathan Hartwell Harwood, of Littleton.

James Hallett Hodges, of Dorchester.

James Herbert Leighton, of Tunkhannock, Pa.

Rustin McIntosh, of New York, N. Y.

James Campbell Manry, of Atlanta, Ga.

James Bernard Miller, of St. John, N.B.

Ralph Abraham Newman, of Pittsfield.

Alfred Clarence Redfield, of Wayne, Pa.

Olin Glen Saxon, of Greenville, S. C.

Albert Abraham Shapiro, of Haverhill.

Norman John Silberling, of Cleveland, O.

Harold Elmer Staples, of Brattleboro, Vt.

Peter Jacob Waldstein, of Boston.

Roscoe Lambert West, of Millis.

Isaac Witkin, of Philadelphia, Pa.

1915

Leslie Gale Burgevin, of Anchorage, Ky.

Albert Sprague Coolidge, of Pittsfield.

Day Kimball, of Boston.

Carl Wallace Miller, of Somerville.

Cecil Hurxthal Smith, of Cambridge.

Fred Tredwell Smith, of Melrose Highlands.

Watson McLeay Washburn, of New York, N. Y.

Barnie Winkleman, of Philadelphia, Pa.

Officers.

First Marshal.--Pitman Benjamin Potter '14, of Long Branch, N.J.

Second Marshal.--Joseph Vincent Fuller '14, of St. Paul, Minn.

Orator.--Day Kimball '15, of Boston.

Poet.--Watson McLeay Washburn '15, of New York, N. Y.

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