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Prof. Bloomfield, for the Committee on Resolutions, presented the following report, which was on motion adopted:
Resolved, that the Linguistic Society of America express its hearty thanks to the President and Fellows of Harvard University, for the perfect hospitality which they have shown us; to the Local Committee, especially the Chairman, Prof. C.N. Jackson, and our Society's special representative, Prof. Taylor Starck; to the American Philological Association, the Modern Language Association of America, the Archaeological Institute of America, and the College Art Association of America, for their companionship, for their hospitality in inviting us to join with them at their banquets, and for their kind cooperation at every point, and especially to the American Philological Association for inviting us to a joint session.
Adjournment was taken at 11.55 A.M.
The members of the Society were guests of Harvard University at luncheon at the Harvard Union on Tuesday, December 28, and Wednesday, December 29.
The Fourth Session was held on Wednesday afternoon, December 29, in Room F, Emerson Hall, jointly with the American Philological Association. Prof. E. H. Sturtevant, as presiding officer, called the meeting to order at 4.05 P.M. About 45 persons were in attendance. The session was a Round Table on The Relation of Linguistic Studies to Classical Studies. The presiding officer opened the discussion, and was followed by the invited speakers: Prof. Leonard Bloomfield, Prof. G. M. Bolling, Prof. R. G. Kent. After this, there was general discussion, participated in by Dr. H. W. Magoun, Prof. J. Whatmough, Miss E. F. Claflin. Adjournment was taken at 5.45 P.M.
The Fifth Session was held on the evening of Wednesday, in the Sanders Theatre of Memorial Hall, jointly with all the other visiting associations. Prof. H. R. Fairclough, President of the American Philological Association, called the meeting to order at 8.10 P.M. The Linguistic Society was represented on the platform by Vice-President Emerson and by its appointed speaker, Prof. Leonard Bloomfield. About 500 persons were in attendance. The Address of Welcome to the visiting societies was given by President A. Lawrence Lowell, of Harvard University. Then followed responses by representatives of the societies: Prof. Ashley Horace Thorndike, of Columbia University, for the Modern Language Association; Prof. Edward Capps, of Princeton University, for the Archaeological Institute of America; Prof. Leonard Bloomfield, of the Ohio State University, for the Linguistic Society of America; Prof. C. R. Morey, of Princeton University, for the College Art Association; and Dean Clifford Herschel Moore, of Harvard University, for the American Philological Association. Adjournment was taken at 9.30 P.M., and was followed by a reception in an adjacent hall.
The members of the Society were guests of Harvard University at luncheon at the Harvard Union on Thursday, December 30.
The Sixth Session was held on Thursday afternoon, December 30, in Room D, Emerson Hall, jointly with the American Philological Association. Prof. H. R. Fairclough, President of the Philological Association, called the meeting to order at 2.40 P.M.; during the later part of the session he was succeeded in the chair by Prof. C. D. Buck, President-Elect of the Linguistic Society. About 75 persons were in attendance. The reading of papers was at once begun:
Prof. J. Whatmough, of Harvard University: The Phonology of the
Discussion by Mr. Buck.
Prof. E. H. Sturtevant, of Yale University: Indic Speech and Religion
in Western Asia.
Discussion by Mr. Buck.
Prof. R. G. Kent, of the University of Pennsylvania: Word-Contamina
tion in the Italic Dialects.
Discussion by Mr. Whatmough.
Prof. E. Adelaide Hahn, of Hunter College: The ab urbe condita Type
of Expression in Greek and English.
Discussion by Messrs. Clyde Murley, Kent, Prindle, L. A. Post, Whatmough, C. W. E. Miller, Bolling, Riess.
Prof. S. E. Bassett, of the University of Vermont: On Iliad A 52:
a discussion of the so-called emphatic position of the runover word in the Homeric hexameter.
Discussion by Messrs. F. C. Babbitt, Bolling, H. W. Magoun.
Dr. B. M. Allen, of the Cheshire School: The Accusative and the Ablative
of Degree of Difference.
Discussion by Mr. Sturtevant.
Dr. Edith F. Claflin, of Rosemary School, Greenwich, Conn.: The
Nature of the Latin Passive in the Light of Recent Discoveries.
Discussion by Messrs. Buck and Sturtevant.
The following papers were presented by title: Dr. H. W. Magoun, of Belmont, Mass.: The Riddle of Classical Prosody. Prof. W. A. Merrill, of the University of California: Nil and Nihil
in Lucretius. Prof. R. V. D. Magoffin, of New York University: The Vocative in
Livy. Prof. J. F. Mountford, of Cornell University: A Paris MS (Suppl.
Gr. 449) and the Lacuna in Ptolemy, Harmonics , 2.14. Prof. Clyde Murley, of Northwestern University: Some Verse Effects
of Initial Words. Prof. C. R. Harding, of Davidson College: Subsequent Action Expressed
by the Aorist Participle.
Members of the Linguistic Society were welcomed at the dinners of the various Associations on the evening of Thursday, December 30. Prof. O. F. Emerson, Vice-President of the Society, represented the Linguistic Society at the banquet of the Modern Language Association, at the Copley-Plaza Hotel. Prof. R. G. Kent, Secretary of the Society, represented it at the banquet of the American Philological Association, the Archaeological Institute of America, and the College Art Association, at the new University Club.
(Signed) ROLAND G. KENT,
Secretary. LIST OF MEMBERS, 1926
This list includes all those who were on the rolls of the Society in 1926. 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, except in case of students not holding teaching positions. 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 1927.
FM Prof. Arthur Adams, Trinity Col., Hartford, Conn. (English) FM Mr. Otto E. Albrecht, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.
(Romanic Langs.) FM Prof. Joseph E. A. Alexis, 1420 Garfield St., Lincoln, Neb.
(Romance Langs., Univ. of Nebraska) 1926 Dr. Bernard M. Allen, Cheshire, Conn. (Latin, Roxbury
School) 1926 Prof. Louis Allen, Univ. of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. (French) FM Prof. Hermann Almstedt, Univ. of Missouri, Columbia, Mo.
(Germanic Langs.) 1926 Mr. Manuel J. Andrade, DeWitt Clinton High School, New
York City. (Spanish) 1925 Prof. A. LeRoy Andrews, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N. Y. (German) FM Prof. Claude E. Anibal, Ohio State Univ., Columbus, Ohio.
(Spanish) FM Prof. A. Joseph Armstrong, Baylor Univ., Waco, Texas.
(English) 1925 Prof. Edward C. Armstrong, 26 Edgehill St., Princeton, N. J.
(French, Princeton Univ.) FM Prof. Herbert D. Austin, Univ. of Southern California, Univer
sity Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. (Italian and French) FM Prof. Harry Morgan Ayres, Columbia Univ., New York City.
(English) FM Dean Earle B. Babcock, New York Univ., Univ. Heights, New
York City. (Romance Langs. and Lits.) FM Prof. Laurence D. Bailiff, 855 N. Vermont Av., Los Angeles, Calif. (Spanish, Univ. of California, Southern Branch) 1925 Mrs, Florence Brachman Barasch (Mrs. Joseph B.), 8439 German
town Av., Philadelphia, Pa. 1925 Prof. James L. Barker, Univ. of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.
(Modern Langs.) FM Prof. A. J. Barnouw, Columbia Univ., New York City. (Dutch
Hist., Lang. and Lit.) SC Prof. LeRoy Carr Barret, Trinity Col., Hartford, Conn. (Latin) FM Prof. Sarah T. Barrows, Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. (Pho
netics) FM Prof. George A. Barton, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia,
Pa. (Semitic Langs.) 1926 Dr. Claudio Basto, Viana do Castelo, Portugal. FM Prof. William N. Bates, 220 St. Mark's Sq., Philadelphia, Pa.
(Greek, Univ. of Pennsylvania) FM Prof. Jean-B. Beck, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.
(Romanic Langs.) FM Prof. Gertrude H. Beggs, Univ. of Richmond, Richmond, Va.
(Latin) FM Dean H. M. Belden, 811 Virginia Av., Columbia, Mo. (English,
Univ. of Missouri) SC Prof. Harold H. Bender, 120 Fitz Randolph Road, Princeton,
N. J. (Indo-Germanic Phil., Princeton Univ.) FM Miss M. Julia Bentley, 3517 Middleton Av., Clifton, Cincinnati,
Ohio. (Latin, Hughes High School) FM Mr. Morris Berg, 92 S. 13th St., Newark, N. J. FM Prof. Frank R. Blake, 1600 Park Av., Baltimore, Md. Oriental
( Langs., Johns Hopkins Univ.; Principal, Baltimore City Col.) SC Prof. Leonard Bloomfield, 2061 Fairfax Road, Columbus, Ohio.
(German and Linguistics, Ohio State Univ.) SC Prof. Emeritus Maurice Bloomfield, Johns Hopkins Univ.,
Baltimore, Md. (Sanskrit and Comparative Phil.) SC Prof. Franz Boas, Columbia Univ., New York City. (Anthro
pology) FM Mr. George Bobrinskoy, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. SC Prof. George Melville Bolling, Ohio State Univ., Columbus,
Ohio. (Greek) FM Prof. Louise M. Bourgoin, 8 Green Av., Northampton, Mass.
(French, Smith Col.) FM Prof. Ray P. Bowen, Univ. of Oregon, Eugene, Ore. (Romance