FAUNCE, WILLIAM HERBERT PERRY: Baptist; b. at Worcester, Mass., Jan. 15, 1859. He was graduated at Brown University in 1880 and Newton Theological Institution in 1884. He was instructor in mathematics in Brown University 1881-82, and was pastor of the State Street Baptist Church, Springfield, Mass., 1884-89 and of the Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, New York City, 1889-99. Since 1899 he has been president of Brown University. He was elected president of the Religious Education Association in 1906. He lectured before the Divinity School of the University of Chicago in 1898-99 and has been a resident preacher at Harvard University. He has written Roger Williams and his Doctrine of Soul Liberty (Boston, 1902).