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hur. E. H. SEHRT, of George Washington University, The Etymology of Gothic kaupatjan.
July 28: PROF. HANS KURATH, of Ohio State University, The Linguistic Atlas of the United States and Canada.
July 30: PROF. G. M. BOLLING, of Ohio State University, A Set of
Postulates for the Text Criticism of Homer.
August 2: PROF. ANDERS ORBECK, of the University of Rochester, Th Language Situation in Norway.
Under the agreement with the C. C. N. Y., the items listed
If you are not already a member of the Linguistic Society of America, you are cordially invited to assume membership. The annual dues are $5, and entitle to all the regular publications (now normally about 700 pages per annum). Complete list of the publications and other information may be secured from Prof. Roland G. Kent, Secretary of the Linguistic Society of America, Bennett Hall, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Penna.
Supplement to LANGUAGE, Vol. 12, No. 1, January-March, 1936,
OFFICERS FOR 1936
President, PROFESSOR GEORGE T. FLOM, University of Illinois.
Vice-President, PROFESSOR HAROLD H. BENDER, Princeton University.
Secretary and Treasurer, PROFESSOR Roland G. Kent, University of Pennsylvania.
Executive Committee, the preceding, and
PROFESSOR SAMUEL E. BASSETT, University of Vermont.
PROFESSOR ALBRECHT GÖTZE, Yale University.
PROFESSOR MILES L. HANLEY, University of Wisconsin.
Committee on Publications:
Chairman and Editor: PROFESSOR GEORGE MELVILLE BOLLING, Ohio State University.
To serve through 1936: PROFESSOR OLIN H. MOORE, Ohio State University. To serve through 1937: PROFESSOR EDWARD SAPIR, Yale University.
To serve through 1938: PROFESSOR W. FREEMAN TWADDELL, University of Wisconsin.
Standing Committee on Research:
PROFESSOR E. H. STURTEVANT, Chairman, Yale University.
PROFESSOR FRANKLIN EDGERTON, Yale University.
The Linguistic Society of America was founded in December, 1924, for the advancement of the scientific study of language. The Society plans to promote this aim by bringing students of language together in its meetings, and by publishing the fruits of research. It has established a quarterly journal, a series of language monographs, and a series of language dissertations; the last two will appear at irregular intervals, according to the material offered to the Committee on Publications and the funds available for the purpose. Members will receive all in return for the annual dues of Five Dollars.
Membership in the Society is not restricted to professed scholars in linguistics. All persons, whether men or women, who are in sympathy with the objects of the Society, are invited to give it their assistance in furthering its work. Application for membership should be made to the Secretary, Professor Roland G. Kent, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.
Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice at Baltimore, Maryland. This Journal is published quarterly by the Linguistic Society of America. Members of the Society receive it without extra charge, three dollars of the annual dues being appropriated for this purpose; to others, its price is five dollars per annum. Subscriptions and other business communications should be addressed to Language, or to Roland G. Kent, Treasurer, L. S. A., University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Manuscripts for publication should be sent to George Melville Bolling, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
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STANFORD UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES
LINGUISTIC SOCIETY OF AMERICA
AT THE TWELFTH ANNUAL MEETING
The Twelfth Annual Meeting of the Society was held at New York City, on Thursday to Saturday, December 26 to 28, 1935, jointly with the American Philological Association and the Archaeological Institute of America. The headquarters of the Society were in the Hotel Astor; the registration office and all the meetings were located on the eighth floor of the hotel.
Record was secured of the attendance of the following members and members-elect; other members were present, but failed to give their names to the Secretary:
B. M. Allen, Miss C. J. Allison.
A. P. Ball, C. L. Barnhart, L. C. Barret, S. E. Bassett, P. F. Baum, G. Bechtel, Mrs. R. M. Bechtel, B. Bloch, L. Bloomfield, G. M. Bolling, T. R. S. Broughton, C. B. Brown, C. D. Buck, L. S. Bull.
H. Caplan, Miss E. F. Claflin, C. U. Clark, Miss C. C. Coulter, E. Cross.
E. P. Davis, N. W. DeWitt, Miss G. H. Dunham, I. Dyen.
P.-L. Faye, Mrs. E. Fiesel, Mrs. I. Fleet, G. T. Flom, Miss E. M. Frank.
Miss M. R. Haas, Miss L. Haessler, Miss E. A. Hahn, R. A. Hall Jr., H. A. Hamilton, M. L. Hanley, Z. S. Harris, G. Herzog, J. W. Hewitt, L. S. Hitchcock, Mrs. G. S. Hopkins, H. M. Hubbell, S. A. Hurlbut.
Miss M. L. Keller, G. D. Kellogg, R. G. Kent, Mrs. R. G. Kent, J. Kepke, J. A. Kerns, W. C. Korfmacher, F. B. Krauss, Mrs. F. B. Krauss, H. Kurath.
G. S. Lane, O. M. Lebel, Miss H. Lloyd, G. S. Lowman, M. A. Luria.
Miss E. Y. Maguire, K. Malone, C. A. Manning, N. G. McCrea, H. Meier, A. D. Menut, C. W. Mendell, W. S. Messer, O. Müller.
S. S. Newman, G. Nordmeyer.
M. M. Odgers, C. J. Ogden, J. B. Olli.
C. Paschall, W. C. Paul, J. Phelps, H. I. Poleman, J. W. Poultney, L. M. Prindle. J. J. Raymond, A. W. Read, K. Reuning, C. C. Rice, E. Riess, M. H. Roberts, D. M. Robinson, E. Roedder.