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and Head of Dept., Dalhousie University; 248 Tower Road,

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; syntax, semantics. 1925 William Albert Nitze, Ph.D., Professor of Romance Languages

and Head of Department, University of Chicago; 1220 E.

56th St., Chicago, Ill. 1935 George Nordmeyer, Ph.D., Instructor in German, West Virginia

University, Morgantown, W. Va. 1926 Clark Sutherland Northup, Ph.D., Professor of English, Cornell

University; 169 Goldwin Smith Hall, Ithaca, N. Y.; Middle

English. 1926 George Rapall Noyes, Ph.D., Professor of Slavic Languages,

University of California; 1486 Greenwood Terrace, Berkeley,

Calif. 1936 Russel Blaine Nye, M.A., Assistant in English, University of

Wisconsin; 260 Langdon St., Madison, Wis.; early American

pronunciation. 1925 Alois Richard Nykl, Ph.D., Oriental Institute, University of

Chicago, Chicago, Ill.; Romance languages, Arabic. 1936 Julian Joel Obermann, Ph.D., Professor of Semitic Languages,

Graduate School of Yale University, New Haven, Conn. FM Merle Middleton Odgers, Ph.D., President of Girard College,

Station C, Philadelphia, Pa.; Latin. FM Charles J. Ogden, Ph.D., 435 Riverside Drive, New York City;

Indo-Iranian. 1929 C. K. Ogden, Royal Societies Club, St. James's St., London

S. W. 1, England. 1925 William Abbott Oldfather, Ph.D., Professor of Classics, Uni

versity of Illinois, Urbana, Ill. 1931 John B. Olli, Ph.D., Instructor in German, City College, 139th

St. and Convent Ave., New York City; Germanics, Finnish. 1936 Mrs. Manuel E. Pablo (Winifred O'Connor), A.M., Associate

Professor of English, University of the Philippines; 2960 Her

ran, Manila, P. I. FM Roscoe Edward Parker, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English,

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn.; Early English. FM Clarence Edward Parmenter, Ph.D., Professor of Romance

Phonetics, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. FM John Jay Parry, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English, University

of Illinois; 805 W. Iowa St., Urbana, Ill.; Celtic. 1925 Clarence Paschall, Ph.D., Professor of German, University of

California, Berkeley, Calif.

1936 Dorothy May Paschall, Ph.D., Instructor in Latin, Texas State

College for Women; 1127 Oakland St., Denton, Texas; Greek,

Latin, Italic dialects. Died Jan. 31, 1938. 1935 Wallace Crawford Paul, A.B., 46 Grove Place, East Orange,

N. J.; Indo-European languages. 1934 Lawton P. G. Peckham, Ph.D., Instructor in French, Brown

University; 13 Brown St., Providence, R. I.; Old French. 1929 Mario A. Pei, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Romance Languages,

Columbia University; 35 Hamilton Place, Apt. 702, New

York City. FM Wallace W. Perkins, A.M., 937 Main St., Woburn, Mass.; Ro

mance linguistics. 1937 Harlan Sylvester Perrigo, LL.B., Lawyer, 530 W. 113th St.,

New York City; Indo-European. FM Rev. Theodore C. Petersen, Ph.D., 415 W. 59th St., New York

City; Coptic, mediaeval Latin and Greek. SC Walter Petersen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Linguistics,

University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.; Hittite, Greek, Latin. 1931 Clyde Pharr, Ph.D., Professor of Greek and Latin, Vanderbilt

University, Nashville, Tenn. 1929 John Phelps, Lawyer, 11 East Lexington St., Baltimore, Md.;

English. 1936 Ernst Alfred Philippson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of German,

University of Michigan; 1047 Olivia Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich. 1925 Robert Morris Pierce, Author and Publisher; Box 64, Lincoln,

Mass.; phonetics, semantics. 1931 Jan Lodewijk Pierson Jr., Ph.D., Professor of the Japanese Lan

guage and Literature, University of Utrecht; Tafelbergweg 22, Laren (N.H.), Netherlands; universal base for a comparative

grammar. 1937 Kenneth L. Pike, B.Th., Investigator of Mixteco Language,

University of Mexico; Apartado Postal No. 1373, Mexico,

D.F., Mexico; American Indian languages. 1936 Walter Bowers Pillsbury, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, and

Director of the Psychological Laboratory, University of Michi

gan, Ann Arbor, Mich.; psychology of language. 1928 Horace I. Poleman, Ph.D., Sterling Research Fellow in Oriental

Studies, Yale University; 84 Howe St., New Haven, Conn.;

Sanskrit. 1930 Mrs. Helen M. Bley Pope, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Classics, Brooklyn College; 2620 Glenwood Road, Brooklyn, N. Y.;

Attic inscriptions. 1936 L. Arnold Post, M.A. (Oxon.), Professor of Greek, Haverford

College, Haverford, Pa. 1932 James Wilson Poultney, Ph.D., Instructor in Greek, Johns Hop

kins University; 505 Park Ave., Baltimore, Md. FM Louise Pound, Ph.D., Professor of English, University of Ne

braska, Lincoln, Neb. FM Henrietta Prentiss, M.S., Professor of Speech and Dramatics

and Head of Department, Hunter College, New York City;

English, Phonetics. 1927 Francis R. Preveden, Ph.D., 7927 Merrill Ave., Chicago, Ill.;

classics, Romance, Balto-Slavonic. 1929 Hereward T. Price, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English, Uni

versity of Michigan, and Associate Editor of the Early Modern English Dictionary; 1228 Olivia Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich.; phonology, semantics, verbal syntax of Middle and Modern

English. 1926 Lester Marsh Prindle, Ph.D., Professor of the Latin Language

and Literature, University of Vermont; 380 Maple St., Bur

lington, Vt.; syntax and word-derivation of Latin. 1932 Edith M. Proctor, A.M., Teacher of Latin, Stetson Junior High

School; 4128 Girard Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. SC Eduard Prokosch, Ph.D., Professor of Germanic Languages,

Yale University, New Haven, Conn.; Germanic, Slavic, general

phonetics. 1936 Romeo T. Proulx, Laminating Operator A. O. Co., 9 Coombs

St., Southbridge, Mass.; study of languages for business use. 1925 Lawrence Pumpelly, Ph.D., Professor of Romance Languages and

Literatures, Cornell University; 604 E. Buffalo St., Ithaca,

N. Y.; lingustics of French and Italian. 1936 Pierre M. Purves, Ph.D., Oriental Institute, University of Chi

cago, Chicago, Ill.; Semitics. 1933 George Payn Quackenbos, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Classical

Languages, City College, 139th St. and Convent Ave., New

York City. 1932 Rev. Joseph A. M. Quigley, M.A., D.C.L., Professor of Biology

and Canon Law, St. Charles Seminary, Overbrook, Phila

delphia, Pa.; Latin. 1932 Mrs. Carl Rach (Eleanore Rach), 442 Van Duzer St., Stapleton,

Staten Island, New York City; modern languages.

1929 Joseph John Raymond, Ph.D., Instructor in Greek and Latin,

Marianapolis College, Thompson, Conn.; also Instructor in

Lithuanian at Columbia University; Balto-Slavic linguistics. 1926 Allen Walker Read, B.Litt. (Oxon.), Research Associate in Eng

lish, University of Chicago; Hitchcock Hall, University of

Chicago, Chicago, Ill.; American English, lexicography. 1926 Homer F. Rebert, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Latin, Amherst

College; Faculty Club, Amherst, Mass.
FM Nathaniel Julius Reich, Ph.D., Professor of Egyptology, Dropsie

College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning; P. O. Box 337,
Philadelphia, Pa.; Hamito-Semitic linguistics, Egyptian his-

torical grammar. 1933 James F. Rettger, Ph.D., Research Associate on the Early Middle

English Dictionary, University of Michigan; 513 Oswego St.,

Ann Arbor, Mich. 1928 Karl Reuning, Ph.D., Associate Professor of German, Swarth

more College, Swarthmore, Pa. 1928 Allan Lake Rice, Ph.D., Instructor in German, University of

Pennsylvania; 4217 Osage Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 1928 Carlton Cosmo Rice, Ph.D., Professor of Romance Languages,

Catawba College, Salisbury, N. C. FM Mrs. Edward Norris Rich Jr. (Charlotte Townsend Littlejohn),

2 E. 88th St., New York City. Benefactor, 1927. 1926 Henry Brush Richardson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of French,

Yale University; 309 Hall of Graduate Studies, Yale Uni

versity, New Haven, Conn.; Old Spanish, Hispanic Arabic. 1925 Ernst Riess, Ph.D., Emeritus Professor of Greek and Latin,

Hunter College; 135 Cushman Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. 1933 Murat Halstead Roberts, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of German,

New York University; 44 Parkway Road, Bronxville, New

York City; old Germanic languages. 1925 David M. Robinson, Ph.D., Professor of Archaeology, Epigraphy,

and Greek Literature, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore,

Md. 1926 Fred Norris Robinson, Ph.D., Professor of English, Harvard

University; Longfellow Park, Cambridge, Mass. 1932 Leo Lawrence Rockwell, Ph.D., Professor of English Literature,

and Director of the School of Languages, Colgate University,

Hamilton, N. Y. 1929 Edwin C. Roedder, Ph.D., Professor of German Language and Literature, City College; 700 Riverside Drive, New York

City. 1933 Harold D. Rose, Ph.D., 11 A Shaler Lane, Cambridge, Mass.;

semantics, English. 1928 Harold Rosen, Ph.D., 1630 Widener Place, Philadelphia, Pa.;

Indo-European. 1936 Harry A. Rositzke, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English,

Municipal University of Omaha, Omaha, Neb. 1927 Leo Erval Alexandre Saidla, A.M., Associate Professor of English,

Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute; 99 Livingston St., Brooklyn,

N. Y.; English, Latin, Greek. 1931 Shizuka Saito, Principal of Ono Chugakko, Fukui, Japan. 1928 Mary Agnes Saleski, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Modern

Languages, St. Lawrence University, Canton, N. Y.; German. FM Reinhold Eugene Saleski, Ph.D., Woodridge, Albemarle Co.,

Va.; Germanic languages, and philosophy, sociology, and psy

chology of language. SC Edward Sapir, Ph.D., Sterling Professor of Anthropology and

Linguistics, Yale University; Hall of Graduate Studies, Yale
University, New Haven, Conn.; general linguistics, American

Indian languages. 1931 Rev. Lauriston Livingston Scaife, A.B., Instructor in Latin,

Greek, German, St. Paul's School, Concord, N.H.; Indo

European, Sanskrit. 1936 Philip Scherer, Ph.D., Teacher of German, Stuyvesant High

School; 55 Linden Boulevard, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Indo-European

etymology. 1931 Margaret Schlauch, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English, New

York University, Washington Square East, New York City;

Germanic languages. FM Nathaniel Schmidt, A.M., Emeritus Professor of Semitic Lan

guages and Oriental History, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. FM Alexander H. Schutz, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Romance

Languages, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 1935 Benjamin Schwartz, A.M., Chief of the Oriental Division, New

York Public Library, 42nd St. and 5th Ave., New York City;

comparative linguistics, Hittite. FM Harry Fletcher Scott, Emeritus Professor of Classical Languages,

Ohio University; 623 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago, Ill. 1928 Kenneth Scott, Ph.D., Professor of Latin and Greek, Western

Reserve University; Station E, Cleveland, Ohio.

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