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20 Cedar Park, Roxbury, business. - P. E. Wood, 118 E. 36th St., New York, N. Y., business. - Paul Woodman, 75 Vaughan St., Portland, Me., law or business. J. A. S. Woodrow, 317 Broadway, Cambridge, apothecary.-O. A. Wyman, 35 Bartlett St., Somerville, law. - M. E. Wyner, 235 Magnolia St., Dorchester, law. -L. W. Young, 866 President St., Brooklyn, N. Y., business. - E. F. Zachritz, 2921 Lafayette Ave., St. Louis, Mo., law. — F. J. Ziegler, 18 E. 54th St., New York, N. Y.-W. Seamans, Redmond & Co., Pine St., New York.-H. F. C. Dueberg, care of L. W. Barnes, 1102 Chapel St., New Haven, Conn., traveling. B. O. Davis, Galt House, Louisville, Ky., elect. engineering. — Waldo Peirce, 214 Cedar St., Bangor, Me., traveling. — W. M. Wall, 498 First St., Brooklyn, N. Y., broker. - W. A. Perry, Y. M. C. A., Salem, boy's director. - Oliver Rigby, 380 Wilson Road, Fall River, mining. — K. L. Riley, 16 Waverly St., Portland, Me., hotel steward.-W. F. Rossback, Charleston, S. C., engineering.-H. W. Nieman, Schuyler, Neb., mining engineering. — H. K. L. Castle, Honolulu, H. T., factor.-D. E. Moran, 6 Arcadia St., Dorchester, P. O. clerk. Clifford Abeles, 4140 Washington Bldg., St. Louis, Mo., undecided.-W. T. S. Thackara, 22 Marlboro St., Boston, business. F. R. King, 20 E. 84th St., New York, N. Y., architecture. R. M. Dewey, 195 Main St., Northampton, undecided. Members of 1908 have responded generously to the calls for Class Lives and permanent addresses. Those who have not sent in Lives may obtain blanks by applying to the Secretary up to Jan. 1, 1909, though the sooner they are sent in the better. Information as to the whereabouts of any of the following men will be gratefully

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received: Joseph Ellner, formerly 192 E. 76th St., New York City; A. J. Fleming, formerly 59 Arch St., Allegheny, Pa.; Walter Greene, formerly 15 Henderson Place, New York City; J. J. Milton, formerly 11 Kenwood Ave., Boston; Chas. T. Smithies, formerly 8 Tolman St., Roxbury.-The First Class Report will appear next May. — Members of the Class are urged to keep in communication with the Secretary as continuously as possible.

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Graduate School, 1908. Addresses and probable occupations: F. S. Montgomery, teaching, Marienfeld Winter School, Riverside, Cal. — C. M. Swan, 91 Babcock St., Brookline; instructor in physics, M. I. T. — R. G. Fuller, Peabody Museum, Cambridge; absent on field work. - L. H. Whitney, 177 E. Haverhill St., Lawrence; chemist. Conyers Read, 211 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.; teaching.-W. J. Scarlett, 97 Bryder Road, Columbus, O.; clergyman. —G. V. Peak, 463 Worth St., Dallas, Tex.; instructor in economics in the University of the South. — H. L. Drury, 13 Weld Hall, Cambridge. -E. F. Slater, Madison Barracks, Sacket Harbor, N. Y.; surgeon, U. S. A.-J. K. Bonnell, Stanford Univ., Palo Alto, Cal.; instructor. -J. W. Wilson, 531 Cattell St., Easton, Pa.; assistant in Medical School. — G. C. Cox, 5 Bromley Court, Cambridge; assistant in philosophy at Harvard.-N. G. Thomas, Newputmore, England; lecturer at Balliol College, Oxford.-W. P. Blodget, Chestnut Hill; student of architecture, M. I. T.-F. C. Mabee, Vittoria, Ontario; Austin Teaching Fellow at Harvard. W. H. Mahoney, Millers Falls; teaching. - G. E. Porter, Harvard University;

continues to study for Ph.D. degree. · E. C. Kammerer, 2724 Dayton St., St. Louis, Mo.; teaching.-F. U. Ward, Addison, Me.; teaching.-W. E. MacDonald, 52 Kirkland St., Cambridge; Graduate School, and teaching. — A. C. Durrell, 17 Dana St., Cambridge; metallurgical engineer. — C. A. R. Sanborn, 105 Highland Ave., Somerville; student. — H. M. Sheffer, 36 Divinity Hall, Cambridge; teaching. -J. E. Downey, 677 Dudley St., Boston; teacher.-G. R. Edwards, Roxobel, N. C.; teaching. J. H. Densmore, 25 Evans Road, Brookline; musician. -C N. Moore, Cincinnati, O.; instructor in mathematics, Univ. of Cincinnati, — H. C. Chapin, 97 Lake View Ave., Cambridge; chemist. - M. T. Copeland, 65 Washington St., Brewer, Me.; Austin Teaching Fellow at Harvard. -R. F. Potts, 88 Broad St., Boston; publisher.-N. C. Schlichter, Lebanon Valley College, Annville, Pa.; professor of English. - - W. E. McNeill, Pittsfield, Me.; teaching.-M. M. Mann, 507 Madison St., Tampa, Fla.; architecture. Irwin Hayden, 10 Revere St., Winthrop; archaeologist.

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J. Risley, 230 Upland Road, Cambridge; continues in Grad. Sch. Arthur Mitchell, 55 Wendell St., Cambridge; asst. in philosophy at Harvard. — W. N. Lacy, Foochow, China; teaching in AngloChinese College. A. W. Dickinson, 91 Summer St., Somerville; teaching. S. J. Buck, Bloomington, Ind. ; instructor in history, Univ. of Indiana. -T. P. Cross, 1709 Cambridge St., Cambridge; continues in Grad. Sch. — K. Inahara, 15 Kora-machi, Ushigomé, Tokyo; business.-E. L. Ford, 328 Summer St., W. Somerville; civil engineer. — J. S. Kenyon, 70 Layman Ave., Indianapolis, Ind.; professor of English, Butler College. W. R. Nelles, Cambridge; teacher. Webster Chester, Waterville, Me.; teacher in Colby College. — G. T.

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Hargitt, 53 Wendell St., Cambridge; continues in Grad. Sch. - R. W. Crowell, Waynesburg, Pa.; professor of German in Waynesburg College. - O. K. Fraenkel, 2 E. 78th St., New York; law. - W. G. Howard, 81 Forest St., Medford; forestry. J. W. Hudson, Conant Hall, Cambridge; assistant in philosophy at Harvard. Sidney Peterson, 72 Spring St., Watertown; teaching, head of department of science, Brighton High School, Boston. — J. S. Gaylord, Winona, Minn.; teacher in State Normal School. -J. W. Campbell, Newtonville; Methodist minister. - R. W. Pettengill, Augusta, Me.; teacher. - R. M. Story, 1548 8th Ave., Moline, Ill.; teaching.-C. L. B. Shuddemagen, Univ. of Texas, Austin, Tex.; instructor in physics.-K. S. Johnson, Woburn; electrical engineer. A. M. Hurlin, Jackson, N. H.; asst. Teaching Fellow at Harvard. Eliot Jones, 7 Sumner Road, Cambridge; teaching.-E. L. Chaffee, 109 Pearl St., Somerville; teaching. — P. R. Temple, 69 Sawyer Ave., Dorchester; teaching in Choate School, Wallingford, Conn.-J. C. Williams, 536 Washington St., Dedham; teaching. — W. A. Hurwitz, 618 Main St., Joplin, Mo.; student at Univ. of Göttingen. — J. B. Chevalier, Summit Road, Medford; business. - R. E. Scott, Waverley; electrical engineer. — J. H. Mathews, Madison, Wis.; instructor in physical chemistry at Univ. of Wisconsin. — Lyford Rome, 334 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn, N. Y.; business. B. M. Woodbridge, Williamstown; teaching in George Washington Univ. Robert Wheelwright, Glen Road, Jamaica Plain; landscape architecture.-S. F. Pattison, Colorado College, Colorado Springs; teaching. -J. H. Hanford, 525 University Ave., Rochester, N. Y.; teaching. — G. M. McKie, Chapel Hill, N. C.; teaching. - A. B. Pope, Newburyport; instructor.

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-H. E. Merwin, Hensonville, N. J., York City; law clerk. Alfred Ely, Jr., teaching.-A. B. Green, 19 Conant 31 Nassau St., New York, N. Y.; law. Hall, Cambridge; student in civil engi--C. Z. Alexander, Providence, R. I.; neering.-R. M. Davis, 17 Francis Ave., law. - Carl Ehlermann, Jr., address Cambridge; life insurance.-R. H. uncertain; law. -H. S. Lyon, W. Cook, Friendship, Me.; teaching. -O. Bridgewater; law. - D. M. Payson, 38 H. Peters, 49 Wendell St., Cambridge; Bowdoin St., Portland, Me.; law. -H. teaching German in Boston High School R. Snyder, Paris, O.; law. — H. A. of Commerce. Glenn Clark, Des Meyer, 315 Highland Ave., Newtonville; Moines, Ia.; teaching. — R. E. Chase, law. - W. A. Spicer, Jr., 371 Broadway, Knoxville, Ill.; teaching. -T. T. Smith, Providence, R. I.; law. — G. R. J. Louisville, Ky.; Harv. Grad. Sch.-A. Boggs, address uncertain; law. - J. M. W. Rowe, 302 Beacon St., Boston; teach- Lown, Jr., Penn Yan, N. Y.; law. — ing. — L. M. Johnson, 23 Conant Hall, E. H. Abbot, Jr., 1 Follen St., CamCambridge; Harv. Grad. Sch.-A. S. bridge; law. Harold Otis, 108 Pearse, Omaha, Neb.; instructor in Joralemon St., Brooklyn, N. Y.; zoology. — H. C. Dale, 84 Perkins Hall, law. - L. J. Merrill, 1310 Pleasant St., Cambridge; assistant in history, Har- Des Moines, Ia.; law. — A. P. Weitzel, vard.-G. B. Woods, Evanston, Ill.; 17 Dunlap Ave., Allegheny, Pa.; law. teaching. Clyde Wolfe, Fruitvale, J. G. Cross, Portland, Ore.; law. - W. Cal.; student. —A. B. Crichton, 105 A. Countryman, 40 Todd Pl., WashingHammond St., Cambridge; ministry. ton, D. C.; law. - G. F. Lewis, WellingE. C. Oberholtzer, 35 Oak Lane, Daven- ton, New Zealand; law. port, Ia.; undecided. —J. S. Luckey, erts, 20 Cambridge Pl., Brooklyn, N. Y.; Houghton, N. Y.; president of Hough- law. - Harold Bruff, 60 Pierrepont St., ton Seminary.-F. W. Wright, 213 N. Brooklyn, N. Y.; law. - Swinburne Franklin St., Delaware, O.; Harv. Grad. Hale, Harvard Club, New York City; Sch. law, in offices of Masters & Nichols, 47 Wall St., New York. Howard Palmer, care of G. S. Palmer, New London, Conn.; law. - S. A. Welldon, care of Harvard Club, New York City; law. A. T. Carton, 4923 Greenwood Ave., Chicago, Ill.; law. -W. C. Rice, 53 Newtonville Ave., Newton; law. — H. J. Rice, 1135 Worthington St., Springfield; law. - H. C. Chubb, 149 Berkeley St., Lawrence; law. - G. G. Reynolds, 2d, 44 Remsen St., Brooklyn, N. Y.; law. - Donald Defrees, Hotel Windermere, Chicago, Ill.; law.

Law School, 1908. Addresses and probable occupations: Walter Loewenthal, 50 W. 85th St., New York, N. Y.; law. Whitcomb Field, Milton; in office of Brandeis, Dunbar & Nutter, Boston. John Richardson, Jr., Chestnut Hill; law. - R. J. Sumners, 1267 Seneca St., Buffalo, N. Y.; law. - L. B. Lampron, 1622 Cedar St., Milwaukee, Wis.; law. - Wright Clark, Red Oak, Ia.; law. - H. A. Fischer, Jr., Wheaton, Ill.; law in Chicago. F. L. Watson, Gorham, Me.; law. -A. L. Harwood, 854 Beacon St., Newton Centre; law. J. C. Monnet, care of George Washington Univ., Washington, D. C.; teaching law.-J. M. Hoy, 38 Houghton St., Worcester; law in Boston with Whipple, Green & Ogden. — C. S. Guthrie, New

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Isaac Hartshorne, 48 Pleasant St., Methuen; medicine. C. F. Worthen, Barre, Vt.; medicine. - Hyman Morrison, 38 Prince St., Boston; medicine. -L. H. Newburgh, 655 Forest Ave., Avondale, Cincinnati, O.; medicine. C. G. Lane, 36 Pleasant St., Woburn; medicine.-H. F. Keever, Schuylkill Haven, Pa.; house officer, Newton Hospital. M. R. Edwards, Belleville, Mich.; interne, Lawrence Gen. Hospital. — H. B. Chase, Hyannis; medicine.

Scientific School, 1908. Addresses and probable occupations: E. M. Riegel, Cambridge; Harv. Grad. Sch. — Victor Cobb, Falls Church, Va.; technical chemistry. - C. M. Farnham, Salem, N. H.; geologist to Cleveland Cliffs Iron Co., Ishpeming, Mich. - R. A. Spare, Orchard St., New Bedford; mechanical engineer. E. S. Fuller, S. Walpole; civil engineer. —M. T. Rogers, 203 Kirk Ave., Syracuse, N. Y.; one more year at Harvard, civil engineering. C. E. Pratt, E. Litchfield, Conn.; teaching. F. E. Leighton, 785 Forest Ave., Woodford Sta., Portland, Me.; undecided.-H. E. Aulsbrook, Sturgis, Mich.; Sturgis Steel Gocart Co.-E. L. Lincoln, 27 Cedar Road, Belmont; civil engineer. E. B. Smith, 18 White St., Cambridge; mechanical engineer, Austin Teaching Fellow.

Divinity School, 1908. Addresses and occupations: C. S. Pond, Beverly Farms; Baptist minister.-W. S. Archibald, Boston; minister's assistant, Old South Church. P. S. Phalen, Hingham; minister. —I. S. Westerberg, Macon, Mo.; teacher of classics, Blees Military Academy.-C. B. Ames, Groton; minister.-H. A. Pease, Natick, Baptist minister. — E. B. Crooks, Fayette, Mo.; minister.

Dental School, 1908. Addresses and occupations: G. E. Flagg, Woodstock,

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L. A. Pierce, 08, is in the law office of Madigan & Madigan, Houlton, Me. R. B. Hunt, M. S., served this summer on the Boston Floating Hospital.

Dr. F. J. Sullivan, v '01, has been appointed official dog-catcher for Boston. C. H. Olson, l'04, is practising law in Honolulu, H. T.

Prof. C. A. Duniway, p '94, is president of the University of Montana. E. K. Broadus, p '08, is professor of English in the University of Alberta, Canada.

R. A. Quigley, m '08, has a surgical appointment at the Boston City Hospital.

Dr. R. D. Hildreth, m '08, has a 16 months' appointment at the Boston City Hospital.

J. F. Aylward, L. S. '84, was a delegate from Cambridge to the Democratic National Convention in Denver.

W. J. Rolfe, h '59, has resigned as president of the Emerson College of Oratory, Boston.

W. A. Burns, l'00, of Pittsfield, has been appointed special judge of probate and insolvency, for Berkshire County.

At the annual meeting of the Maine Dental Society held at Lewiston, Me., July 1, Dr. H. A. Kelley, d '88, of Portland, Me., was reëlected secretary.

Col. William Gile, L. S. '68, died in Worcester on March 2. He was born at Northfield (now Franklin), N. H., June 5, 1843; attended academies at Tilton and Franklin. In 1862 enlisted in the Union Army; was captain of the 18th New Hampshire Vols., and later of the 117th U. S. troops. Read law with Pike and Blodgett in Franklin, and at the Harvard Law School. Began to practise at Greenfield in 1869; removed to Worcester, and formed a partnership with C. A. Merrill, '69. Since 1880 had practised alone. Was a member from Worcester of the Mass. Legislature in 1886 and 1887; and a delegate to the Republican National Convention in 1888. Was a member of the Worcester Continentals, and the Loyal Legion, and was active in Grand Army circles. He married twice: in 1873, Mary Green Waitt, who died in 1876. A son and daughter, William W. and Minnie Helen, were born to them, who survive. In 1878 he married Clara Antoinette Dewing of North Brookfield, and had six children, three of whom died in infancy. Those living are Alfred D., Margaret L., and Lawrence B., all of Worcester.

The address of G. L. Wilson, a '08, is 1213 Tacoma Bldg., Chicago, Ill.; that of L. Y. Stiles, 1 B., is 50 Trowbridge St., Cambridge.

Dr. Robert Harris Faunce, m '82, died at Sandwich, May 25, 1908. He was born there, the son of Joshua Faunce, Jan. 17, 1859; attended the public schools and took his M.D. degree at the Harvard Medical School in 1882. In 1885 he settled at Sandwich, where he practised ever since. He was a medical examiner, chairman of the school com

mittee, member of the public library building committee, and of other local organizations. Unmarried.

Dr. C. D. Wilkins, m '99, has left Brattleboro, Vt., and become superintendent of the Wilkes-Barre, Pa., City Hospital.

Dr. Daniel Edward Millerick, m '81, died at Stoneham, June 18, 1906, aged 52. He was an old resident of the North End, Boston. He attended the Eliot School and Boston Latin School, and graduated from Holy Cross College in 1878. He then entered Harvard Medical School, where he received his degree in 1881. He had practised medicine in Stoneham for many years.

S. D. Nickerson, l'47, has resigned as recording grand secretary of the grand lodge A. F. and A. M. of Massachusetts, after many years' service.

Dr. Joseph Jacob Silbert, m '99, died suddenly at Boston, May 3, aged 43. He was born in Russia, came to the United States about 20 years ago, and after spending several years in the West, he came to Boston, studied medicine at the Harvard Medical School, graduated M.D. in 1899, and has practised since then. He was a member of the Knights of Pythias and of the I. O. B. A.

Dr. R. M. Pearce, Jr., m '97, of Albany, N. Y., has been appointed by the council of New York University as professor of pathology and director of the laboratory of pathology of the University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College.

Dr. Edward Fanford Thomson, M. S. '88, died at Belchertown, March 29 last, at the home of his father, Dr. G. F. Thomson. He was born in Belchertown, April 28, 1867. After study at the Harvard Medical School, he took his M.D. degree at Columbia. For several years he practised at New Haven, Conn.; then he returned to Belchertown. He left a widow and two daughters.

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