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1937 Pearl Segal, 4755 Camac St., Philadelphia, Penna.

1926 Edward Henry Sehrt, Ph.D., Professor of German, George Washington University; 1844 Columbia Road, Washington, D. C.; Germanic linguistics.

FM Ovid R. Sellers, Ph.D., Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament, Presbyterian Theological Seminary; 846 Chalmers Place, Chicago, Ill.

1930 Carl Selmer, Ph.D., Associate Professor of German, Hunter College, 68th St. and Park Ave., New York City.

FM William Tunstall Semple, Ph.D., Professor of Classics and Head of Dept., University of Cincinnati; 315 Pike St., Cincinnati, Ohio.

1931 Alfred Senn, Ph.D., Professor of Germanic and Comparative Philology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis.; Germanic and Baltic languages.

1935 Dharani Dhar Sharma, Carmichael Hostel, Darjeeling, India. FM James Eustace Shaw, Ph.D., Professor of Italian and Spanish, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.

FM Percy Van Dyke Shelly, Ph.D., Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.

1935 Max Sherover, B.J., President of the Linguaphone Institute, 49 W. 49th St., New York City; auditory methods of language teaching, phonograph records of all languages.

1936 H. Helen Shohara, Ph.D., Instructor in Phonetics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

FM Daniel Bussier Shumway, Ph.D., Professor of German Philology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.

1934 Frank T. Siebert Jr., B.S., medical student at University of Pennsylvania; 127 Merbrook Lane, Merion, Pa.; Algonkin. 1936 Adelaide D. Simpson, M.A., Instructor in Greek and Latin, Hunter College; 520 W. 114th St., New York City.

1936 Muhammed Ahmed Simsar, D.C.S., 317 S. 41st St., Philadelphia, Pa.; Persian, Turkish, Arabic.

1936 Mack Hendricks Singleton, M.A., Instructor in Spanish and Portuguese, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis.

1937 Sister M. Anne Stanislaus, Ph.D., Instructor in Latin and Greek, Mt. St. Joseph College, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa.; Greek, Latin, Romance.

1937 Sister M. Calixta Garvey, Ph.D., Dean and Professor of French, Incarnate Word College, San Antonio, Texas.

1931 Sister M. Hyacinth, O. L. of the Valley Convent, 518 Valley St., Orange, N. J.; Latin.

1937 Samuel Sloan, M.A., Principal of Meriden Hebrew and Sunday

Schools, 88 Spring St., Meriden, Conn.; Germanics, Semitics. 1925 George William Small, Ph.D., B.Litt. (Oxon.), Professor of English, University of Maine, Orono, Me.; English, general Germanic.

1936 Henry Lee Smith Jr., M.A., 1-A Graduate College, Princeton, N. J.; Indo-European Philology.

1929 Leon Perdue Smith Jr., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Romance Languages and Assistant Dean of Students, Faculty Exchange, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.; Old French.

FM Maria Wilkins Smith, Ph.D., P.O. Box 405, Bryn Mawr, Pa.; Avestan.

1934 William Bernard S. Smith, A.M., Instructor in French, Providence College, Providence, R.I.; 114 S. Arlington Ave., East Orange, N. J.; Celtic, Indo-Iranian.

FM Antonio García Solalinde, Litt.D., Professor of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis.; Old Spanish. Died July 13, 1937.

1937 Louis Francis Solano, Ph.D., Instructor in Romance Languages and Literatures, Harvard University; 377 Washington St., Somerville, Mass.; general linguistics.

FM Ephraim Avigdor Speiser, Ph.D., Professor of Semitics, University of Pennsylvania; Bennett Hall, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.

1935 Hans Sperber, Ph.D., Professor of German, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

1937 Leo Spitzer, Ph.D., Professor of Romance Philology, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md.

1936 Otto Springer, Ph.D., Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas; Scandinavian, Celtic, semantics.

1930 Henry F. Standerwick, Ph.D., Instructor in Classical Languages, City College; 310 Convent Avenue, New York City. 1936 John William Stanton, Ph.D., Instructor in History, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Chinese, Japanese, Russian. FM Taylor Starck, Ph.D., Associate Professor of German, Harvard University; 32 Bowdoin St., Cambridge, Mass.; Germanic linguistics.

FM Guido Hermann Stempel, A.M., Professor of Comparative Philology, Indiana University; 723 S. Park Ave., Bloomington, Ind.

1931 Raymond Herbert Stetson, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Oberlin College; 131 Forest St., Oberlin, Ohio; experimental phonetics, psychology of language.

1928

J. Frank Stimson, Research Assistant in Ethnology and Linguistics, Bishop Museum, Honolulu; Boîte 59, Papeete, Tahiti, French Oceania.

FM Harold Saeger Stine, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania; 242 E. Durham St., Philadelphia, Pa.

FM Albert Morey Sturtevant, Ph.D., Professor of Germanic Languages and Literature, University of Kansas; 924 Louisiana St., Lawrence, Kas.

SC Edgar Howard Sturtevant, Ph.D., Professor of Linguistics, Yale University; Yale Graduate School, New Haven, Conn.; Hittite, Greek, Latin, Indo-European and general linguistics. Life Member 1936.

1935 Herbert W. Sugden, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English, Duke University; Box 281, College Sta., Durham, N. C.

1933 George Summey Jr., Ph.D., Professor of English and Head of

Dept., Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas; 261 F.E.,
College Station, Texas.

1936 Nathan Süsskind, M.Sc. in Ed., Tutor in German, City College, 139th St. and Convent Ave., New York City; Judaeo-German, Indo-European.

1931 Morris Swadesh, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Linguistics, University of Wisconsin; Sterling Hall, Madison, Wis.; linguistic theory, American Indian languages. SC John Reed Swanton, Ph.D., Ethnologist, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C.; American Indian languages. FM Helen H. Tanzer, Ph.D., Professor of Classics, Brooklyn College; 208 E. 15th St., New York City.

1931 Charles Mundy Taylor, care of Provident Mutual Life Insurance Co., 46th and Market Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.; general linguistics.

1932 Lily Ross Taylor, Ph.D., Professor of Latin, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pa.

1932 Edward Lee Thorndike, Ph.D., Professor of Educational Psy

chology, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York City.

1935 Fritz Tiller, A.B., Instructor in German, Yale University; Box 2837 Yale Sta., New Haven, Conn.; Germanic languages. 1930 Oliver Towles, Ph.D., Professor of French and Head of Dept., Washington Square College, New York University, New York City.

1929 Alfred M. Tozzer, Ph.D., Professor of Anthropology, Harvard University; 7 Bryant St., Cambridge, Mass.

1931 George L. Trager, Ph.D., Fellow of Yale University and of the

American Council of Learned Societies; care of American Express Co., 11 rue Scribe, Paris, France; Romance, Slavonic, phonetics.

1929 R. Whitney Tucker, Ph.D., Professor of Foreign Languages, Pennsylvania Military College, Chester, Pa.; Latin and Greek. 1928 Pauline Turnbull, M.A., Associate Professor of Latin, Westhampton College, University of Richmond, Va.

1931 Lorenzo Dow Turner, Ph.D., Professor of English Language and Literature, Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn; speech of Negroes in America.

FM Edwin H. Tuttle, A.B., Writer, The Gelhave, 405 Tenth St. N.E., Washington, D. C.; summer address, Brooksvale Road, Mount Carmel, Conn.; phonology.

1930 W. Freeman Twaddell, Ph.D., Associate Professor of German, University of Wisconsin; Bascom Hall, Madison, Wis.; Old High German.

1936 Hans Jorgen Uldall, M.A., Stationsvej 18, Vedbaek, Denmark; American Indian languages, phonetics.

1930 Mrs. Lewis K. Underhill (Mary Ada Pence), 307 Sherman Ave., Fort Leavenworth, Kas.; Slavonic.

FM Axel Johan Uppvall, Ph.D., Professor of Scandinavian Languages, University of Pennsylvania; College Hall, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.

1929 Gertrude Van Adestine, Supervising Principal, Detroit Day School for the Deaf; 150 Atkinson Ave., Detroit, Mich. 1936 Camil A. J. Van Hulse, 1029 N. Euclid St., Tucson, Ariz.; IndoEuropean.

1925 Herbert Hunter Vaughan, Ph.D., Professor of Italian, University of California, Berkeley, Calif.

1931 Harry de Veltheym Velten, Ph.D., Associate Professor of German, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind.

1934 Charles Frederick Voegelein, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anthropology, DePauw University, Greencastle, Ind.; American Indian languages, speech of children.

1932 Mrs. Elizabeth Frank Vogel, M.A., 450 E. 141st St., New York City; comparative linguistics.

1935 Emile Auguste Vuylsteker, Ph.D., Professor of French and Spanish and Head of Dept. of Romance Languages, Brenau College; Box 422, Brenau College, Gainesville, Ga.; Romance and Germanic linguistics.

1936 Lydia E. Wagner, Ph.D., Instructor in German, University of Nebraska; 633 S. 17th St., Lincoln, Neb.

Arnold Friedrich Walther, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Hittite,
Oriental Institute, University of Chicago; 5405 Woodlawn
Ave., Chicago, Ill.

1933 Ralph L. Ward, Ph.D., Instructor in Classics, Yale University; 39 Lynwood Place, New Haven, Conn.

FM James Roland Ware, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chinese, Harvard University; 18 Bates St., Cambridge, Mass.

1937 Leroy Waterman, Ph.D., Professor of Semitics and Oriental Languages, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Assyriology.

1935 Mark Hanna Watkins, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Sociology, Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn.; Bantu and Sudanic languages.

1937 George Watson, M.A., 8 Salisbury Crescent, Summertown, Oxford, England; American English, Scottish.

1934 Ellen A. Weinberg, M.A., Instructor in Latin, Walton High School; 74 Post Ave., New York City.

1935 Benjamin Weiner, B.A., graduate student at New York University; 94 W. Third St., Bayonne, N. J.; Indo-European. 1927 Camille E. Werling, Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, University of Denver, Denver, Colo.

1929 T. Griffith Wesenberg, Professor of Romance Languages, Butler College, Indianapolis, Ind.

1927 Joshua Whatmough, M.A. (Cantab.), Professor of Comparative Philology, Harvard University; 791 Widener Library, Cambridge, Mass.

1933 Harold Whitehall, Ph.D., Assistant Editor of the Middle English Dictionary; Dept. of English, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.; English phonology and dialectology.

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