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*Mrs. Aline Abaecherli Boyce (Ann Arbor), The Expiratory Rites of 207 B.C.

The following papers were presented by title only:

Prof. Frank R. Blake (Johns Hopkins University), The Origin of Long Vowels in Semitic Biconsonantal Forms.

Dr. Robert J. Kellogg (Ottawa, Kas.), A Tentative Semantic Grouping of Hittite ark-Words.

Prof. Alfred Senn (University of Wisconsin), Problems of Accentuation in the Lithuanian Standard Language.

Other papers also of the Philological Association were presented by title.

Adjournment was taken at 4.30 P.M.

(signed) ROLAND G. Kent, Secretary.


This list includes all those who were on the rolls of the Society in 1937. 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 1938.


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, Gertrudesielā 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.

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, Centro de Estudios Historicos, Almagro 26, Madrid, Spain; temporarily at Columbia University, New York City.

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

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. 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. 1927 Prof. Dr. Jakob Wackernagel, Gartenstr. 93, Basel, Switzerland. 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.

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

1937 George C. S. Adams, M.A., 411 E. Rosemary St., 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.

1935 Mrs. Ethel G. Aginsky, Ph.D., Research Assistant in Linguistics, Dept. of Anthropology, Columbia University, New York City; American Indian and African languages.

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, State

College of Washington; 406 Campus Ave., Pullman, Wash. 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 West

mount 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.

1936 Samuel Ogden Andrew, M.A. (Oxon.), retired; The Hey, Sanderstead, Surrey, England; Greek, Latin, English.

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, A.B., University Fellow in Oriental Languages, Princeton University; 1-A Graduate College, Princeton, N. J.

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., 2100 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa.;


1936 Albert Croll Baugh, Ph.D., Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania; 4220 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa.; Middle English.

1935 Paull Franklin Baum, Ph.D., Professor of English, Duke University; College Station, Durham, N. C.

1936 C. Ernest Bazell, M.A. (Oxon.), Fellow in English Philology, Magdalen College, Oxford, England.

1932 George Bechtel, Ph.D., Research Assistant in Linguistics, Hall of Graduate Studies, Yale Univ., New Haven, Conn.; Classics, Hittite.

1935 Ruth Moore Bechtel (Mrs. George Bechtel), Ph.D., Hall of

Graduate Studies, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.; Italic,
Messapic, Venetic.

1930 George Beecher; present address unknown.

FM Henry Marvin Belden, Ph.D., Professor of English, University of Missouri; 811 Virginia Ave., Columbia, Mo.

SC Harold H. Bender, Ph.D., Professor of Indo-Germanic Philology, Princeton University; 120 Fitz-Randolph Road, Princeton,

N. J.

1927 Adolph Burnett Benson, Ph.D., Professor of German and Scandinavian, Yale University; 307 Yale Graduate School, New Haven, Conn.

1936 Moshé Berkooz, Ph.D., Teacher of Bible and History, Gymnasium Herzlich; 11 Kibutz-Galuyot St., Tel-Aviv, Palestine; Semitics.

FM Frank Ringgold Blake, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Oriental Languages, The Johns Hopkins University; 2205 Arden Road,

Mt. Washington, Baltimore, Md.; Semitic and Philippine languages, and general linguistics.

1936 Charles Wesley Bliss, A.B., Special Instructor in remedial work in Languages, Loomis School, Windsor, Conn.; psychosemantics.

1931 Bernard Bloch, Ph.D., on the Editorial Staff of the Linguistic Atlas, Brown University, Providence, R.I.; English and Germanic linguistics, and dialect geography.

SC Leonard Bloomfield, Ph.D., Professor of Germanic Philology, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.

SC Franz Boas, Ph.D., Professor of Anthropology, Columbia University, New York City; American Indian languages.

FM George Bobrinskoy, Assistant Professor of Sanskrit, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.

SC George Melville Bolling, Ph.D., Professor of Greek, Ohio State University; 854 E. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio; Greek and general linguistics. Life Member, 1927.

1929 Benjamin Parsons Bourland, Ph.D., Professor of Romance Languages, Graduate School of Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio; Old French and Old Provençal.

1926 Johannes Lassen Boysen, Ph.D., Professor of Germanic Languages, University of Texas; Box 1510, University Sta., Austin, Tex.; Germanic syntax.

1929 Lyman R. Bradley, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of German, New

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