it was necessary to provide machinery for selecting the additional
members so that groups of three would take office for terms varying
from one to five years. An elaborate ballot was sent to alumni, and
the candidates were graded according to the number of votes
received. As a result, the following nominations were made to the
Board of Trustees, and these fifteen were elected to membership.
Term ending in 1925 - Paul B. Morgan, '90, president, Morgan
Construction Co., Worcester; Clifton H. Dwinnell '94, vice president,
First National Bank, Boston; Charles L. Allen, president, Norton Co.,
Term ending in 1924 - Harry P. Davis, '90, vice president,
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., Pittsburgh; Henry
J. Fuller, '95, vice president, Fairbanks-Morse Co., New York; George
F. Fuller, president, Wyman-Gordon Co., Worcester.
Term ending in 1923 - Clinton S. Marshall, district manager, American
Steel & Wire Co., Worcester; Moses B. Kaven, '85, vice president,
United Shoe Machinery Co., Boston; Spencer Miller, '79, chief
engineer, Lidgerwood Manufacturing Co., New York.
Term ending in 1922 - Charles A. Booth, '98, vice president, Buffalo
Forge Co., Buffalo; William P. Dallett, '81, president, W. P. Dallett
Co., Philadelphia; Windsor T. White, '90, president, White Motor Co.,
Terra ending in 1921 - Calvin H. Hill, treasurer, Heywood Bros. &
Wakefield Co., Chicago; Robert S. Parks, '93, treasurer, Parks-Cramer
Co., Fitchburg; Frank L. Stevens, '84, president, Stevens & Thompson
Paper Co., Hoosick Falls, N. Y.
The first meeting of the Corporation at which term members were
present was held June 11, 1920. This meeting revealed another change
in the by laws, which had previously received scant notice. The
President of the Institute was thenceforward to be Chairman of the
Corporation. Consequently, Charles G. Washburn handed the gavel to
Dr. Ira N.