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Prof. F. W. Gingrich (Albright College), Four New Testament Greek Word-Histories.

Prof. Henry J. Cadbury (Harvard University), (1) Marantha; (2) Otiose kai in Relative Clauses. Discussion by Messrs. Burrows, Riess, Chaurize.

Prof. J. R. Mantey (Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, Chicago), The Mistranslation of the Perfect Tense in John 20.23, Mt. 16.19 and 18.18. Discussion by Messrs. Kent, Craig.

Prof. Louise S. Eby (Milwaukee-Downer College), The Meaning of eis tàs aiōnious skēnás (Lk. 16.10).

Prof. John Know (Hartford Theological Seminary), The Vocabulary of Marcion's Gospel.

At the close of the session, Dr. J. W. Moulton (Bangor Theological Seminary) gave an informal report on conditions in Palestine, in connection with the work of the American Schools of Oriental Research.

Adjournment was taken at 4.50 P.M.

A Subscription Dinner, jointly with the American Anthropological Association, was held on Thursday, December 29, at 7.00 P.M., in the East Ball Room of The Commodore. Prof. John M. Cooper (Catholic University), Vice-President of the Anthropological Association, presided and acted as toastmaster. In the regretted absence of Prof. Edward Sapir of Yale University, President of the American Anthropological Association, his place on the program was taken by Prof. Franz Boas of Columbia University, the two Societies joining in sending to Prof. Sapir a warm expression of their regard and best wishes. The speakers


Dr. Elsie Clews Parsons, Relations between Ethnology and Archaeology in the Southwest.

Prof. Franz Boas (Columbia University), The Linguist and the Anthropologist.

(signed) ROLAND G. KENT,


[Members of the Linguistic Society of America who find apparent omissions or errors in the printed account of this meeting or of the Ann Arbor

meeting are requested to send their corrections to the Secretary on or before June 1, 1939.]

[Members are invited to send to Prof. E. H. Sturtevant, Yale Graduate School, New Haven, Conn., suggestions on changes in the Constitution of the Society, in connection with the work of the Committee whose appointment is mentioned on page 17.]


This list includes all those who were on the rolls of the Society in 1938. SC before the name indicates Signers of the Call which led to the foundation of the Society, FM indicates Foundation Members, a date indicates the year of election. So far as the information is at hand, the special subject of instruction or of study, or the occupation, is given. Any changes of address or of title, and any errors, should be at once reported to the Secretary of the Society. Later lists will give the names of those who become members during 1939.


Indogermanische Gesellschaft, bei Prof. Dr. A. Debrunner,
Schwarztorstr. 36, Bern, Switzerland.

Société de Linguistique de Paris, à la Sorbonne, Paris V, France.


1933 Prof. Emile Boisacq, 271 Chaussée de Vleurgat, Ixelles-Bruxelles, Belgium.

1933 Prof. Dr. C. Brockelmann, Wilhelmsruh 19, Breslau XVI,


1927 Prof. Dr. A. Debrunner, Schwarztorstr. 36, Bern, Switzerland. 1936 Prof. Dr. J. Endzelin, Gertrudesiela 3, Riga, Latvia. 1935 Prof. Eduard Fraenkel, Corpus Christi College, Oxford, England. 1927 Prof. Dr. Otto Jespersen, Lundehave, Helsingor, Denmark. 1936 Prof. Daniel Jones, University College, Gower St., London W. C. 1, England.

1937 Prof. Dr. Jakob Jud, Guggerstr. 32, Zollikon-Zürich, Switzerland. 1937 Prof. Dr. B. Karlgren, University, Göteborg, Sweden. 1929 Prof. Dr. P. Kretschmer, Florianigasse 23, Wien VIII, Austria. 1929 Prof. Dr. C. Meinhof, Beneckestr. 22, Hamburg XIII, Germany. 1929 Prof. R. Menéndez Pidal, Institut d'Etudes Hispaniques, 31 Rue Gay-Lussac, Paris, France.

1934 Prof. Dr. Lorenz Morsbach, Hoherweg 10, Göttingen, Germany. 1932 Prof. Dr. Hanns Oertel, Pienzenauerstr. 36, München 27,


1930 Prof. Dr. Holger Pedersen, Gersonsvej 69 II, Copenhagen, Denmark.

1927 Dr. P. Rivet, 61 Rue de Buffon, Paris, France.

1928 Prof. Dr. F. Sommer, Ludwigstr. 22, München, Germany. 1931 Prof. Dr. R. Thurneysen, Meckenheimerallee 55, Bonn, Germany. 1937 Prof. Dr. Prince N. Trubetzkoy, Tuchlauben 13, T. 25, Vienna I,

Germany. Died June 25, 1938.

1930 Prof. Dr. C. C. Uhlenbeck, Villa Eugenia, Lugano-Ruvigliana, Switzerland.

1932 Prof. Dr. Arthur Ungnad, Kronprinzen-Allee 19, Falkenhain, Post Finkenkrug, Germany.

1932 Prof. Dr. N. Van Wijk, Niewstraat 36, Leiden, Netherlands. 1938 Prof. J. Vendryes, 95 Boulevard Jourdan, Paris 14, France. 1927 Prof. Dr. Jakob Wackernagel, Gartenstr. 93, Basel, Switzerland. Died May 22, 1938.

1927 Prof. Henry Cecil Wyld, Merton College, Oxford, England.


As far as the data are at hand, this listing gives the members's highest degree taken in course, his academic title or other occupation, his preferred mailing address if not already given in his academic title, and his special line of linguistic interest if not already adequately indicated. Corrections and additions should be sent to the Secretary of the Society.

1938 Kenneth M. Abbott, PhD., Instructor in Classical Languages, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

FM Arthur Adams, Ph.D., Professor of English and Librarian, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn.

1937 George C. S. Adams, M.A., Instructor in French, University of North Carolina; Box 83, Chapel Hill, N. C.; French dialects and phonology.

1928 J. H. Adams, Kennett Square, Pa.

1937 Curtis Adler, Attorney-at-Law, 690 E. 92nd St., Brooklyn, N.

Y.; Semitics, Romance, etymology.

1929 Cyrus Adler, Ph.D., President of The Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning, Philadelphia, Pa.

1929 William Foxwell Albright, Ph.D., Professor of Semitic Languages in The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md.

1937 Joseph E. A. Alexis, Ph.D., Professor of Germanic Languages and Head of Dept., University of Nebraska; Lincoln, Neb. 1926 Bernard M. Allen, Head of the Latin Dept. in the Roxbury School, Cheshire, Conn.; Latin syntax.

1933 Don Cameron Allen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English, Duke University, Durham, N. C.; Renaissance Latin syntax.

1938 Harold B. Allen, A. M., Asst. Editor of the Early Modern English Dictionary, University of Michigan; 420 W. Jefferson St., Ann Arbor, Mich.

1938 Joseph H. D. Allen Jr., Asst. Instructor in Romanics, University of Pennsylvania; E-32 Chestnut Hill Apts., Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa.

1929 Clara Janet Allison, M.A., Associate Professor of Latin, Michigan State Normal College; 1010 Washtenaw Ave., Ypsilanti, Mich.; general linguistics.

FM Hermann Almstedt, Ph.D., Professor of Germanic Languages and Chairman of Dept., University of Missouri; 302 Westmount Ave., Columbia, Mo.; Germanic and comparative linguistics.

1931 William Albert Amiet, M.A., Barrister-at-law, Mackay, Queensland, Australia; Romance languages.

1926 Manuel J. Andrade, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.; general linguistics.

1925 Albert LeRoy Andrews, Ph.D., Professor of Germanic Philology, Cornell University; 409 Mitchell St., Ithaca, New York. 1925 Edward C. Armstrong, Ph.D., Professor of the French Language, Princeton University; 26 Edgehill St., Princeton, N. J. 1937 William Mandeville Austin, Ph.D., Instructor in Classical Languages, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn.; Hittite, Indo-European phonology.

1938 Harold Walter Bailey, D. Phil. (Oxon.), M.A. (Cantab.), Professor of Sanskrit, Queen's College, Cambridge, England. 1932 Allan P. Ball, Ph.D., Professor of Classical Languages, City College, New York City.

1935 Clarence L. Barnhart, Ph.B., Dictionary Editor, Scott Foresman and Co., 623 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago, Ill.; English language.

SC LeRoy Carr Barret, Ph.D., Professor of Latin, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn.; Sanskrit and Latin.

FM George Aaron Barton, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Semitic Languages in the University of Pennsylvania; 131 Newton St., Weston, Mass.

1932 Harold Albert Basilius, Ph.D., Associate Professor of German,

Wayne University, Detroit, Mich.

1927 Charles F. Bauer, Ph.D., 3440 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.;

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