Thirty nine Seniors were elected to the Harvard Chapter of the Phi Beta Kappa last Saturday. The annual meeting and literary exercises of the Chapter will be held on Friday. At a performance open to the public, Walter Lippmann '10 will speak, Edward K. Rand '94, Pope Professor of Latin, will deliver a poem, a prayer will be given by the Reverend Henry B. Washburn '91, and the double quartette of the Glee Club will sing. Later in the day a private meeting of the Chapter will be held to which the public will not be admitted.
The men elected are as follows:
Lester Adelson, Robert Amory, Henry Aranow, Jr., Herbert Cyrus Barrows, Jr., Carl Livermore Billman, John Alden Bovey, Jr., Beverly Munford Bowie, Robert Vincent Cleary, John Phillips Coolidge, John Cornell, Edward Alfred Crane, Norman Benjamin Davison, Ernest Fasano, Charles Benjamin Feibleman, Comstock Glaser, Victor Bennett Glunts, Boies Chittenden Hart, Jr., Dayton Wood Hull, Julius Kaplan, Wilfred Kaplan, Thomas Joseph Keary, Jr.
Robert Bertram Lichenstein, Oscar Mendel Lurie, Benjamin Maurice Mark, Branford Price Millar, Erling Charles Olsen, Russell George Olsen, Roy Messer Pearson, Jr., Joseph Henry Phillips, Irving Murray Pinansky, Richard McMahon Powell, David Rome, William Shapiro, Samuel Tredwell Skidmore, Jr., Stanley Stellar, Shigeto Tsuru, Sherwood Larned Washburn, John Burke Wilkinson, Richard Edward Wolf.