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CHING-CHIIN LIANG, B.C.S. (National Southeastern Univ., China) 1927, A.M.
(Harvard Univ.) 1932.
Subject, Economics. Special Field, Agricultural Economics. Thesis, "The
Relationship between the Population and the Food Supply of China."
Professor of Agricultural Economics, Nankai University, China.
ERic MERVYN LINDSAY, B.S. (Queen's Univ., Ireland) 1928, M.S. (ibid.) 1929,
A.M. (Harvard Univ.) 1932.
Subject, Astronomy. Special Field, Astronomical Statistics. Thesis, "The
Distribution in the Southern Sky of the Stars Brighter than the Thirteenth
Magnitude." Assistant, Boyden Station of the Harvard Observatory,
Bloemnfontein, South Africa.
HENRY DYER LOCKE, S.B. 1928, A.M. 1932.
Subject, Economics. Special Field, Money and Banking. Thesis, "Life
Insurance Finance, 1912-1932." Statistician, Actuarial Department,
Liberty Mutual Life Insurance Company, Boston.
BERT JAMES LOEWENBERG, A.B. (Clark Univ.) 1926, A.M. (ibid.) 1927, A.M.
(Harvard Univ.) 1930.
Subject, History. Special Field, American History since 1789. Thesis,
"The Impact of the Doctrine of Evolution on American Thought, 18591900." Fellow of the Social Science Research Council, in London.
RONALD STEWART LONGLEY, ]B.S. (Acadia Univ.) 1921, A.M. (Harvard Univ.)
Subject, History. Special Field, Canadian History since 1763. Thesis,
" Francis Hincks, Canadian Politician and Statesman." Associate Professor of History, Acadia University.
ELEK JOHN LUDVIGH, A.B. 1930, A.M. 1932.
Subject, Psychology. Special Field, Experimental Psychology. Thesis,
"An Analysis of Affective Judgment." Fellow in Ophthalmic Research.
WALTER ALBIN LUNDEN, A.B. (Gustavus Adolphus Coll.) 1922, B.D. (Northwestern Lutheran Theological Seminary) 1927, A.M. (Univ. of Minnesota)
Subject, Sociology. Special Field, Social Theory. Thesis, "Changes in
Mobility and Structure of Higher Education in the Western World since
1100 A.D." Instructor in Sociology, University of Pittsburgh.
CLINTON VILES MACCOY, A.B. 1928, A.M. 1929.
Subject, Biology. Special Field, Zoology. Thesis, "Lizards of the Genus
Sceloporus in the United States." Secretary, Editor, and Curator of
Mammals and Fishes, Boston Society of Natural History.
WILLIAM KIRK MCEWEN, A.B. 1931, A.M. 1933.
Subject, Chemistry. Special Fietd, Organic Chemistry. Thesis, I. "NMethyl Etioporphyrin." II. "A Further Study of Extremely Weak Acids."
808 Hill Road, Winnetka, Illinois.
ALFRED GEORGE MARSHAK, S.B. (Cornell Univ.) 1930, A.M. (Harvard Univ.)
Subject, Biology. Special Field, General Physiology. Thesis, "The Inheritance of Growth Rates in Mice." Research Fellow in Biology, California Institute of Technology.
WILLIAM OLIVER MARTIN, A.B. (Wittenberg Coll.) 1925, A.M. (Ohio State Univ.)
Subject, Philosophy. Special Field, Epistemology. Thesis, "On the Nature
of Truth." 158 Walter Street, Roslindale.
FRANKLIN STUART MILLER, A.B. (Williams Coll.) 1928, A.M. (Harvard Univ.)
Subject, Geology. Special Field, Petrology. Thesis, "The Petrology of the
San Marcos Mountain Gabbro, San Luis Rey Quadrangle, in California."
Geologist, Western Mining Corporation, Kalgoorlie, Australia.