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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.

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

1925 George William Small, Ph.D., B.Litt. (Oxon.), Associate Professor of English, University of Maine, Orono, Me.; English, general Germanic.

1929 Leon Perdue Smith Jr., Ph.D., Professor of Romance Languages and Head of Dept., Washington and Lee University; 513 Jackson Ave., Lexington, Va.; Old French, general Romance linguistics.

FM Maria Wilkins Smith, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Latin, Temple University; Chestnut Hill Apts., Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa.; Avestan.

1934 William Bernard S. Smith, A.M., 114 South Arlington Ave., East Orange, N. J.; Celtic and Indo-Iranian.

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

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 Uni

versity, Columbus, Ohio.

1934 Martin Sprengling, Ph.D., Oriental Institute, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.

1930 Henry F. Standerwick, Ph.D., Instructor in Classical Languages, City College; 310 Convent Avenue, New York City.

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.

1932 George Kleppinger Strodach, Ph.D., Instructor in Latin, Lafayette College; 513 Cattell St., Easton, Pa.

1932 Friedrich Wilhelm Strothmann, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of German, Stanford University, Calif.

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. 1935 Herbert W. Sugden, Ph.D., Instructor in 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.


Morris Swadesh, Ph.D., Institute of Human Relations, Yale
University; Room 250, 333 Cedar St., New Haven, Conn.;
linguistic theory, American Indian languages.

SC John Reed Swanton, Ph.D., Ethnologist, Smithsonian Institu-
tion, Washington, D. C.; American Indian languages.
Iwao Takai, 7 (3), 2-chome, Morishits-cho, Fukagawa-ku,
Tokyo, Japan.




Helen H. Tanzer, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Classics, Hunter
College; 208 E. 15th St., New York City.

Charles Mundy Taylor, care of Provident Mutual Life Insur-
ance Co., 46th and Market Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.; general

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

Bryn Mawr, Pa.

1932 Edward Lee Thorndike, Ph.D., Professor of Educational Psychology, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York City.

1935 Fritz Tiller, A.B., Instructor in German, Yale University; Box 2689 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., Professor of Foreign Languages, Adams State Teachers College, Alamosa, Colo.; Romanic and Slavonic languages, general phonetics and phonology.

1929 R. Whitney Tucker, Ph.D., Professor of Foreign Languages, Pennsylvania Military College, Chester, Pa.; Latin and Greek. 1928 Frederick Tupper, Ph.D., Professor of English, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt.

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., Assistant Professor of German, University of Wisconsin; Bascom Hall, Madison, Wis.; Old High German.

1930 Mrs. Lewis K. Underhill (Mary Ada Pence), care of Headquarters 6th Corps Area, U. S. Army, Postoffice Building, Chicago, Ill.; Slavic languages.

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

1933 Eloise B. Vaughn, Instructor in French and German, Salem College; 208 Spring St., Winston-Salem, N. C.

1931 Harry de Veltheym Velten, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Modern Languages, State College of Washington, Pullman, Wash. 1934 Charles Frederick Voegelin, Ph.D., Research Fellow, Dept. of Anthropology, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.; American Indian languages, speech of children.

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.

1931 Arnold Friedrich Walther, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Hittite, Oriental Institute, University of Chicago; 5405 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, Ill.

1926 John Albrecht Walz, Ph.D., Professor of the German Language and Literature, Harvard University; 42 Garden St., Cambridge, Mass.

1933 Ralph L. Ward, A.B., graduate student at Yale University; 39 Lynwood Place, New Haven, Conn.; Greek and Latin.

FM James Roland Ware, Ph.D., Lecturer on Chinese, Harvard University; 18 Bates St., Cambridge, Mass.

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

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.

1935 John P. Wenninger, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of German, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis.; Middle High German. 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.), Associate 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.

1929 Benjamin L. Whorf, B.Sc., Fire Insurance Agent, 320 Wolcott Hill Road, Wethersfield, Conn.; Uto-Aztecan, Mayan, and general linguistics.

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133 Rate Tsz XA. Passer of French, Hollins College, Va. 1564 Caux Mama . P. Professor of Speech and Head of Dept. Lolsun Star Tirersity, Baton Rouge, La.; pho

125 Eury Rey T, MA. Teacher of Latin, West Philadelphia Ee Sood. 14 School Lane, Ardmore, Pa. 1928 Stuart N. Wolteden. Der 11, Beverly Hills, Calif.; TiBas-Fuman

1831 Dsei Lee Wade, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology, University of Massassippi. University, Max : psychology of language.

FM Francis Astory Wood, PP, Emeritus Professor of Germanic Philology, University of Chicago: 2019 Soledad Ave., La Jolla, Calif.

1928 Frederick T. Wood. Ph. D., Associate Professor of German, University of Virginia: Box 1162, University, Va.

1930 Kathryn L. Wood, Ph.D., Instructor in French, Hollins College Hollins, Va.; 241 Merion Road, Merion, Pa.; Romance languages.

FM Willis Patten Woodman, Ph.D., Hobart Professor of the Latin Language and Literature, Hobart College; 808 Main St., Geneva, N. Y. Died Oct. 9, 1935.

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