The election of officers of the Harvard Club of Boston will be held at the annual meeting of the club on March 21. The nominations follow: president emeritus, Henry Lee Higinson '55; president, Odin Roberts '86; vice president, Robert F. Herrick '90; treasurer, Frederick S. Mead '87; secretary, Phillip W. Thomson '02; directors to serve until April, 1920, Walter C. Baylies '84; Dr. David Cheever '97, Alexander G. Grant '07, John A. Sweetser '11; committee on elections to serve until April, 1920. Roger Amory '10, Wells Blanchard '16, C. Chester Lane '04, Henry S. Thompson '99, W. T. Sherman Thorndike '15, Richard Wigglesworth '12, Edward A. Winsor '11.
HARVARD CLUB NOMINATIONS
Election of Officers Will be Held at Meeting on March 21.
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