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FIVE JUNIORS ELECTED TO TAU BETA PI SOCIETY

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The election of five members of the Class of 1930, to the Gamma chapter of Tau Beta Pi, the honorary society of the Engineering School, was announced last night by F. H. Elberfeld '29, corresponding secretary of the organization. Those to receive the honor are W. A. Abrahamson '30, of Brockton; C. H. Curtis '30, of Phoenix, Arizona; A. L. Durkee '30, of Cambridge; F. J. Mardulier '30, of Medford; J. S. Wintringham '30, of Millerton, New York.

Election to Tau Beta Pi is the highest scholastic honor that can be conferred upon a candidate for the degree of S. B. It is analogous to membership in Phi Beta Kappa for candidates for the A. B. degree. The Juniors who have just been elected represent the highest eighth of their class. They swell the total undergraduate membership of the chapter to 15, the other ten being Seniors.

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