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FEBRUARY 17

Third annual dinner of the Fort Point A. A. of North Weymouth.
Winfield M. Thompson spoke on "Experiences of Twenty-five Years
on the Water." William A. Murphy spoke on "The War To-day."
President Wallace W. Arnold presided.

FEBRUARY 18

February dinner of the Society of Printers. C. C. Lane presided.
Speeches were made on printing and allied subjects.

FEBRUARY 19

Annual dinner of the Retail Trade Board of the Chamber of Commerce. The guests were Jesse I. Strauss, head of R. H. Macy & Co., New York; C. C. Parlin, of the Curtis Publishing Co. Elmer J. Bliss, President of the Chamber, was in the chair. Mr. Strauss spoke at length on the Minimum Wage.

FEBRUARY 19

Massachusetts School Superintendents' Association. Payson Smith, State Superintendent of Maine, spoke upon the state-aid educational plan now in vogue in that section, and declared the proposed Massachusetts bill "the most logical ever presented on these lines."

FEBRUARY 22

Luncheon of the officers of the Eighth Regiment. Colonel Frank A.
Graves presided.

FEBRUARY 22

Dinner and smoker of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company.
The State and City were represented by Governor Walsh and Mayor
Curley; both of whom spoke. Among the guests was H. E. Smith,
oldest living commander of the Ancients.

FEBRUARY 22

Annual banquet of the New England Alumni of the University of Pennsylvania. A new board of officers was elected as follows: President, James C. Irwin, '90; Vice-President, Dr. H. C. Petterson; Secretary, Harvey D. Dever.

FEBRUARY 23

Sixth annual dinner of the Ward 25 Republican Club. Edward C.
Mansfield acted as toastmaster. The speakers included Lieutenant-
Governor Cushing and ex-Congressman McCall.

FEBRUARY 23

Monthly meeting of the Pilgrim Publicity Association. The theme of the after-dinner speeches was advertising and salesmanship methods. The special guests and speakers were: Truman A. DeWeese, of Buffalo, and E. St. Elmo Lewis, of Jamestown, N. Y.

FEBRUARY 23

Dinner of the Sons of Tufts College. The chief guest was the new
President, Dr. Hermon C. Bumpus. Other guests were President
Lowell, of Harvard; President Faunce, of Brown; Charles P.
Painter, dean of Tufts Medical and Dental Schools; and ex-Justice
John W. Hammond, of the Class of '61.

FEBRUARY 23

Monthly dinner of the Reciprocity Club of America, Boston Section. Fred L. Coburn presided. Addison L. Winship, Civic Secretary of the Boston City Club, related the history of the Club.

FEBRUARY 24

Meeting of the Zionist Association of Greater Boston. The guest of the Association was Samuel Strauss, Assistant Editor of the New York Times, whose address was "Zionism." Louis D. Brandeis also spoke.

FEBRUARY 24

Thirteenth annual dinner of the Master Builders' Association. William H. Sayward, Secretary of the Association, was honored. President S. D. Badger presided.

THE NEW CLUB LIBRARY

5000 MEMBERS 5000 NEW BOOKS

T has been suggested by

an interested member

that coincident with the

opening of the new Club

House each member

donate at least one volume to the
Library.

These may be sent to Library
Committee, Civic Secretary's office.

This action will produce at once
a big working collection and will
be an easy tribute by members to
the Club.

The above notice, which was printed in
the February Bulletin, has met with a
most generous response.

There is still room, however, upon our
shelves for further donations of books by
members.

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OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES For 1914-1915

FREDERICK P. FISH, President

JAMES W. ROLLINS, First Vice-President
W. T. A. FITZGERALD, Second Vice-President
MORGAN L. COOLEY, Treasurer

JAMES E. DOWNEY, Secretary

ADDISON L. WINSHIP, Civic Secretary

Board of Governors
Robert Amory, Jr.
Horace Bacon
March G. Bennett
Matthew C. Brush
Charles L. Burrill
Charles M. Cabot
George W. Coleman
Morgan L. Cooley
Louis A. Coolidge
James E. Downey
Frederic H. Fay
James E. Fee
Frederick P. Fish
W. T. A. Fitzgerald
R. H. Gardiner, Jr.
George B. Glidden
E. K. Hall

Robert O. Harris
Frederick Homer
Louis E. Kirstein
Charles Logue
James P. Munroe
H. Staples Potter
Elwyn G. Preston
Charles M. Rogers
James W. Rollins

Bernard J. Rothwell

Alonzo R. Weed

Robert A. Woods
Executive Committee

W. T. A. Fitzgerald, Chairman
Frederick Homer, Secretary
Frederic H. Fay
Louis E. Kirstein

Elwyn G. Preston

House Committee

James E. Fee, Chairman
Louis E. Cadieux
Henry H. Fuller
Clarence W. McGuire
W. E. Skillings
Entertainment Committee

March G. Bennett, Chairman

Robert H. Bean

John B. Dore

Carroll W. Doten

George B. Glidden

Charles J. Martell

George P. Morris

H. Staples Potter
S. W. Reynolds
George S. Smith
Max E. Wyzanski

Art and Library Committee
James P. Munroe, Chairman
Frank W. Bayley
A. B. Beeching
Carroll M. Bill
Charles K. Bolton
Charles L. Burrill

Charles F. R. Foss

Herbert F. Jenkins
Charles Logue

Auditing Committee

Horace Bacon, Chairman
Charles M. Cabot

Alonzo R. Weed

Membership Committee

Charles M. Rogers, Chairman

Robert O. Harris

Frank L. Locke

William H. Pear

Abraham C. Webber

Ralph G. Wells

John White, Jr.

Bulletin Committee

George W. Coleman, Chairman

Myron E. Pierce

George P. Morris

George S. Smith

Building Committee

James W. Rollins, Chairman
Clarence H. Blackall

Carl Dreyfus
David A. Ellis
James M. Head
John S. Lawrence
James P. Munroe
Bernard J. Rothwell
John R. Simpson

Finance Committee

Robert H. Gardiner, Jr.

Nathan L. Amster

Edward A. Filene

Laurence Minot

James J. Phelan
James J. Storrow

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