SIR GILBERT SCOTT TO BE PRESIDENT
At a general meeting of the Royal Institute of British Architects held on Monday at 9, Conduit Street, the results of the annual elections to the council and the standing committees were made public. Sir Giles Gilbert Scott was elected president, and other elections were:-
VICE-PRESIDENTS.- Mr. W. H. Ansell, Mr.J. Begg (Edinburgh), Mr. H. S. Goodhart-Rendel, and Mr. M. E. Webb.
HONORARY SECRETARY.- Mr. S. D. Kitson.
MEMBERS OF COUNCIL.- Professor L. P. Abercrombie (Liverpool), Professor S. D. Adshead, Mr. H. V. Ashley, Mr. E. C. Bewlay (Birmingham), Mr. H. T. Buckland (Birmingham), Mr. J. Emberton, Mr. W. C. Green, R. A., Mr. E. S. Hall, Mr. P. D. Hepworth, Mr. C. H. Holden, Mr. H. V. Lanchester, Mr. O. P. Milne, Professor C. H. Reilly (Liverpool), Professor A. E. Richardson, Mr. H. M. Robertson, Mr. L. S. Sullivan, Mr. S. Tatchell, Mr. P. E. Thomas (Cardiff).
ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF COUNCIL.- Mr. C. A. Farey, Mr. E. M. Fry, Mr. E. Gunn, Mr. R. G. Lovell (Eastbourne), Mr. R. N. MacKellar (Newcastle-on-Tyne), Mr. J. D. Scott, Mr. M. J. Tapper, Mr. E. B. Webber, Mr. C. Woodward.
LICENTIATE MEMBERS OF COUNCIL.- Mr. H. L. Baker (Romford), Mr. G. N. Kent, F. S. I., Major F. W. Rees, Captain A. S. Reeves, Mr. F. R. Taylor, Mr. P. J. Waldram, F. S. I.
PAST PRESIDENTS.- Sir B. (Flight) Fletcher, M. Arch., F. S. A., Sir. R. Unwin.
Mr. Frederick Charles Wilson, 59, a retired prison officer, of Rowley Avenue, Sidcup, died in a barber's chair while having his hair cut at the shop of Mr. Mark Senett, of The Oval, Sidcup.
June 14 1933}