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The  Order  of  Exercises 


The  Commencement  Procession 


Prelude 

Koenigsmarsch Richard   Strauss 

Finale  to  the  opera,  "Die  Walkiire" Wagner 

UNIVERSITY  CONCERT  BAND 
Albert  Austin  Harding,  Director 


Invocation 


FATHER  JOHN  A.  O'BRIEN,  Ph.D. 
Chaplain  of  St.  John's  Catholic  Church,  Champaign 


The  Commencement  Address 

HARRY  WOODBURN  CHASE,  Ph.D.,  LL.D.,  L.H.D. 
President  of  the  University 


Saltarello  from  the  "Italian"  Symphony. Mendelssohn 

The  Conferring  of  Degrees 

THE  PRESIDENT  OF  THE  UNIVERSITY 

The  Benediction 

FATHER  JOHN  A.  O'BRIEN 


DEGREES 


The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


James  Edwin  Aitken 

Marian  Aldrich 

Leavitt  Gran  Allen,  with  Honors  in 

History 
Pauline  Curtis  Allen 
John  Frederick  Alsterlund,  with 

Honors  in  Entomology 
Berthe  Elizabeth  Armstrong,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Jeanette  Margaret  Armstrong 
Leland  AIelvin  Baird 
Melvin  Charles  Baker 
Ray  Winthrop  Ball 
Clifford  Charles  Barrett 
Virginia  Georgianna  Barrett 
Robert  Yale  Bartholomew 
Paul  Robertson  Basford 
Arthur  Charles  Bass 
Anna  Kathleen  Bauer 
Frances  Isabel  Beals 
Thomas  Douglas  Beatty 
Mildred  Grace  Becker 
Harry  Clinton  Bell 
Francis  Arminius  Bennett 
William  Gansel  Bennett 
Harry  Upton  Bernstein 
Frances  2\Iary  Birkett 
Erma  Alvira  Bissell 
Beatrice  Elizabeth  Bittorf 
Lois  Janette  Blake 
Rexford  Sydney  Blazer 
Kathryn  AIary  Boekenhoff,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Eloise  Crujibaugh  Bonnett 
Alfred  William  Borg,  Jr. 
Mary  Elizabeth  Bowers 
Winifred  Wilma  Boyd 
Marian  Lucile  Braithwaite 
Leona  Louise  Brandt 
Norma  Charlotte  Brauer 
Henry  Hanna  Brigham,  Jr. 
Frank  Nicholas  Brockmeier 
Lucile  Brose 
Jlt)d  Snell  Brown 
Charles  Heath  Bumstead,  with 

Honors  in  Psychology 
Helena  DeKalb  Bundy 
Mary  Winifred  Burns 


James  William  Butcher,  Jr. 
Martha  Mary  Carey 
Bernadette  Elizabeth  Caron 
John  Richard  Carpenter,  with 

Honors  in  Zoology 
Clyde  Frederic  Carroll 
Kathryn  Marie  Carroll 
Marjorie  Thelma  Carson 
Audrey  Lucille  Castle 
Aura  Frances  Clark 
Helen  Elizabeth  Clayton,  with 

Honors  in  Spanish 
Margaret  Ellen  Clem 
Rubin  Goodman  Cohn 
Mary  Louise  Condit 
Kathryn  Jacy  Connor 
Juliet  Mary  Connors 
Ethel  Fern  Cosey 
Mildred  Lorraine  Cox 
Arthur  Robert  Crathorne,  Jr. 
Halbert  Otis  Crews,  Jr. 
William  Porterfield  Cuthbertson 
Jose  Olarte  Dacanay 
Augustine  D'Anza 
Jessadie  Murrell  Darden 
Maxine  Darnell 
Almanza  Scott  Davis 
Marjorie  Beatrice  Day 
*Samuel  Paul  Daykin,  with  High 

Honors  in  Sociology 
Harriett  Alvena  Deere 
Albert  Louis  Demorest 
Isabella  Elizabeth  Dewey 
Gladys  Louise  Dohme 
Alice  Lee  Douglass,  with  Honors 

in  English 
William  McCulloch  Drummond 
Maxine  Leila  Dry 
George  Thomas  Duram 
Mary  Lucile  Durr 
Liberty  Mundo  Earley 
Sherry  Helen  Eaton 
John  Markland  Elliott 
Catherine  Rose  Ellis 


♦Diploma  to  be  awarded  on  completion  of 
Advanced  R.O.T.C.  Summer  Camp  require- 
ment. 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  13,  1932 


Erna  Cecelia  Elmberg 

Charles  Lyman  Emrich,  Jr.,  with 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Leon  Harrison  Epstein,  with  Honors 

in  English 
Ruth  Ingeborg  Erickson 
Arthur  Andrew  Eubank,  with 

Honors  in  Philosophy 
Chloe  Elizabeth  Evans 
Israel  Herman  Fagen 
Irma  Jean  Fairchild 
Elbert  Redington  Faust 
Ralph  Joseph  Fehrenbacher 
Myron  Feigenson 
Agatha  Evelyn  Felter 
Dorothy  Louise  Fernow,  with  Honors 

in  Psychology 
Helen  Ferrara 
Vernon  Tiras  Ferris,  Jr.,  with 

Honors  in  Geography 
Marjorie  Glassbrook  Finn 
Ruth  Joan  Finnegan 
Lucille  Eve  Fisler 
Linda  Fitz-Gerald,  with  Honors 

in  Spanish 
Ruth  Evelyn  FiTtzSimons 
Wistaria  Field  Flanagan 
Robert  Martin  Joseph  Flanigan 
Helene  Ruth  Foellinger,  with 

Honors  in  Mathematics 
Mary  Elizabeth  Foster 
George  Arthur  Fruit,  with  Honors 

in  Economics 
Janet  Rosamond  Fuller 
Elizabeth  Grace  Funkhouser 
George  Gaber 

ViNCENTA  Helen  Monica  Gabris 
Dorothy  Josephine  Gard 
Ferne  M  Garman 
Herbert  Lehman  Garrison 
Edna  Virginia  Gerdl 
Clyde  Getz 
Louise  Geyer 
Thomas  William  Gill 
Irwin  Aaron  Goodman 
Helen  Chester  Goodrick 
Thomas  A  Graham 
Dorothy  Constance  Grant 
Helen  Gray 

Sidney  Lester  Greenfield 
Elizabeth  Marie  Grieshaber 
Lucy  Isabel  Griffith 
Helen  May  Gunn 
Margery  Gunn 
Marjorie  Alice  Gustin 
Clela  Guthrie 
Esther  Haefele 
Wilma  Carolyn  Haeger 


Alvin  Walfred  Hall 
Mary  Elizabeth  Hambrook 
Richard  Kinne  Hammel 
Robert  Handschin,  with  Honors 

in  Mathematics 
Jane  Hardy,  with  High  Honors  in 

Philosophy 
Wilhelmine  Doris  Harms 
Robert  Andersen  Harper,  with 

Honors  in  Economics 
Margaret  Winifred  Haven 
Mary  Antoinette  Hayes 
Dorothy  Elizabeth  Heicke,  with 

Honors  in  Latin 
Eva  Jo  Helber,  with  Honors  in  Latin 
Margaret  Helen  Hendrey 
Frank  Snodon  Hickman 
Frances  Hill 
Helen  Adele  Hilliard 
Isabel  Jessamine  Hinman 
Glenita  Hobbs 
Eugene  Morton  Hodgson,  Jr. 
Florence  Stella  Hook,  with  High 

Honors  in  History 
David  Wyatt  Horner 
Hazel  Irene  Horton 
Frances  Delores  Howard 
Nelson  Oliver  Howarth 
Laurence  Arthur  Hubbard 
Mary  Elizabeth  Huff,  with  Honors 

in  English 
Lois  Virginia  Hunt,  with  High 

Honors  in  Latin 
Hermoise  Jenness  Hupp,  with 

Honors  in  Latin 
Charles  Eugene  Hutchins 
Grace  Stanley  Jack 
Carol  Elizabeth  Johnson 
Helen  Elizabeth  Johnston 
Anne  Prioleau  Jones,  with  Honors 

in  French 
Rogers  Draper  Jones 
Eileen  Reta  Joyce 
John  Paul  Jurkanin 
Grace  Louise  Keiser 
Dayne  Harrison  Kennedy 
Robert  Cooper  Kennedy 
Dorothea  Edson  Kenyon 
William  Day  Kilborn 
Robert  Roy  Kiley 
Eileen  Florence  Kimball 
Judith  Maxine  Kirkman 
EvRON  Maurice  Kirkpatrick,  with 

High  Honors  in  Political  Science 
Edna  Lucile  Kline,  with  Honors 

in  French 
Ethel  Marie  Klyver 
Katherine  Knappenberger 


The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Walter  Andrew  Knox 

}i[iLTON  Lionel  Kohn 

JuLiANNA  KozMA,  with  Hoiiors  in 

Spanish 
DoREEN  Lillian  Kring 
Lester  Eugene  Kuni 
Caroline  Agnes  Lange 
Emma  ^L■\E  Large 
Joseph  Ralph  LaVietes 
Richard  Kelley  Law,  with  Honors 

in  English 
Fred  Hunter  Lawrence 
Mary  Elizabeth  Leeds 
W'ilhelmina  Lemen 
Leonard  Levin 
^L\URICE  Lichtenstein 
Donald  Almon  Lisenby 
Wendell  Charles  Locke 
Fay  Dorothy  Lome 
Toe  Paisley  Longwell 
Virginia  ALarie  Loomis,  with  Honors 

in  English 
Lenore  Lott 
AL\rtin  AL^rion  Lo\'E,  with  High 

Honors  in  History 
Leonard  Wallace  Lundin 
ALary  Lou  Lynott 
Esther  Susan  AIcAnulty 
Rowland  Curtis  jMcBroom 
LuciLE  Ruth  jMcClintick 
Elizabeth  Ina  McClurkin 
Frances  Lois  AIcConnell 
ALa.ry  Louise  AIcCumber 
George  Edwin  Bernard  McDevitt 
Dorothy  Augusta  AIacFarland 
James  William  AIcGrath 
Joan  AIeehan  McGrath 
Hester  Cohoon  AIacKechnie 
Harry  Nelson  McLaughlin 
Louis  Albert  McLean 
Charles  William  AL\dden 
Harold  Edmund  Maddox 
Martin  Francis  Maker 
Rosabel  Malkin 
Betty  AIannering 
Harold  Louis  Marks 
Russell  Vivion  AIarks 
Mary  Oona  Marquardt 
Beuxah  AL\dalyne  AIaxwell 
Charles  Sumner  AIellen 
Gerrit  Memming 
Louise  Hess  Meyers 
Charles  Regis  Michaud,  with  Honors 

in  French 
Josephine  H  Miller 
Daisy  Florence  Milligan 
Charles  Arthur  Minot,  Jr. 


John  Matthew  Moelmann,  with 

Honors  in  Economics 
John  Joseph  Morrow 
William  Goodrich  Motel 
Lucretia  Ann  Mott,  with  Honors 

in  Mathematics 
Edward  Homer  Mouzon 
Helen  Lena  Mulford,  with  Honors 

in  Psychology 
BoziDAR  AIuntyan 
Anne  Cecelia  Murray 
Ruth  Augusta  Myers 
Arthur  Edward  Nackman 
Dorothy  Louise  Neill 
Allan  John  Niess 
Herbert  Marshall  Norris,  with 

Honors  in  Mathematics 
Ralph  Joseph  O'Connell 
Floyd  Ross  Offenbacker 
Florence  Elise  Olsen 
ViviENNE  Murie  Olsen 
Dorothy  Jane  Onken 
Harriet  Leona  Page 
Margaret  A  Parker,  with  Honors 

in  French 
Thomas  Rielly  Parker 
Mary  Elizabeth  Patton 
Evelyn  May  Pavey 
Frank  Payne,  Jr.,  with  Honors  in 

Chemistry 
Helen  Frances  Pearsall 
Marshall  Hylon  Pengra 
Varence  Taylor  Penn 
Glenn  Loren  Pierce,  Jr.,  with 

Honors  in  Entomology 
Ruth  Eby  Pierce 
Wilbur  Bennett  Pings,  with  High 

Honors  in  Chemistry 
Harriet  Rebecca  Pitman 
Esther  Ruth  Pohn 
John  Lincoln  Porter,  Jr. 
Leona  Fay  Prince 
Arthur  Joseph  Proteau 
Mary  Elizabeth  Putman,  with 

Honors  in  French 
EuLA  Rose  Pyle 
Louis  Ernst  Rademacher 
Ethel  Rafelson 
Roy  James  Railseack,  Jr. 
Berniece  Katherine  Rankin 
Merton  H  Rapp 
Frank  Whipple  Renwick,  Jr.,  with 

Honors  in  History 
Dorothy  Alice  Reynolds 
Helen  Mary  Reynolds,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Mildred  Elizabeth  Rhoads 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  is,  1932 


Jeanne  Louise  Ricardo 

Eleanor  Blakeley  Richards,  with 

Honors  in  Psychology 
Mary  Richmond,  with  Honors  in 

Spanish 
Jewett  Ayres  Ricker,  with  Honors 

in  English 
Dorothy  M  Riebe 
Edward  Francis  Ritter,  Jr. 
Jeanne  Jewel  Roeder 
Carma  Frances  Rohwedder 
Jerome  Bernard  Rosenthal 
Apolph  Martin  Rothbardt 
Samuel  James  Roti 
Elizabeth  Hartley  Rusk,  with  High 

Honors  in  German 
Robert  Northwall  Rutherford, 

with  Honors  in  Chemistry 
Willis  Pierce  Ryan 
Martin  August  Sander 
Raymond  Edward  Scharpen 
Doris  Lucile  Schneider 
Mabel  Iris  Schoch 
Adele  Kathryn  Schollmeyer 
Charles  Edwin  Scott 
Alice  Sears 
Irwin  Frank  Sedlacek 
Vivian  Mildred  Seidler 
Richard  Benjamin  Seyfarth 
William  Norman  Shannon 
Charles  Harlen  Arthur  Shattuck, 

with  Honors  in  English 
Dorothy  Margaret  Shear 
Bruce  Morgan  Shepard 
Mary  Virginia  Sherman 
Royal  Lincoln  Siefferman 
Elizabeth  Anne  Siegrist 
Elza  Mary  Slane 
Herbert  Lawrence  Smith 
Jane  Marie  Smith,  with  High 

Honors  in  History 
Jean  Holm  an*  Smith 
Josephine  Andrietta  Smith 
Fannie  Jane  Sparks 
Madge  Sparks,  with  Honors  in 

Spanish 
Donald  William  Spencer 
Evelyn  Carolyn  Spring 
Abbott  Roland  Stahl 
John  Milton  Stanford 
Muriel  Alice  Stanley 
Katharine  Elizabeth  Steele 
Roger  Thomas  Steers 
Lillian  Sara  Stein 
Thelma  Elizabeth  Stephens,  with 

Honors  in  Latin 


Robert  Beckwith  Stiven 
Wilbur  Horace  Stocking 
HiLA  Armenia  Stone 
Russell  Marvin  Striplin 
Frank  Milton  Stltbblefield 
Margaret  Caroline  Stults,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Clement  John  Svilow 
Elbert  Lee  Tatum 
Louise  Erma  Tavs 
Kenneth  LaVerne  Telleen 
Stanley  Edward  Telser 
Roman  Alexander  Thieda 
Grace  Josina  Anna  Thomas,  with 

High  Honors  in  Latin 
Louise  Edith  Till 
Dorothy  Griffin  Timmons,  with 

High  Honors  in  History 
Darrell  Jamison  Tippett 
Edward  Bernard  Toles 
Jean  Peter  Tonkoff 
Fay  VaNisle  Tooley 
Jane  Townsend 
Maurice  Alexander  Trepanier 
Louis  John  Trinkaus 
William  Elliot  Trude,  with 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Marguerite  Robinson  Tupper 
Lucius  Don  Tltrner 
James  Howard  Vaughn 
Vera  Josephine  Vlcek,  with  High 

Honors  in  Economics 
Gertrltde  Estelle  Voris,  with 

Honors  in  Bacteriology 
Henry  August  Wachter 
John  LaFayette  Waddell,  Jr. 
Reta  Larie  Walker 
Mary  Eleanor  Wall 
Silas  Wallk 
Mary  Maxine  Ward 
William  Taylor  Waterhouse,  with 

Honors  in  Mathematics 
Bert  Vaughn  Watkins 
Georgia  Anne  Watson 
Shirley  Brownlee  Watson 
Lois  Mae  Webster,  with  Honors 

in  History 
Louis  Albert  Wehling 
Katherine  Louise  Weinberg 
Richard  Douglas  Weis 
Albert  Charles  Welge 
Dorothy  Stuart  Wheeler,  with 

High  Honors  in  English 
Robert  Edward  Wheeler 
Jay  Loomis  Wheelock 
Caryl  Dorothy  Wilkes 


The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Kathrvx  Elizabeth  Willaru 
Cleo  a  Williams 
Edward  Latimer  Wilson 
Henry  E  Wilson,  Jr. 
Rachel  Daura  Worthen,  with 
Honors  in  Psychologj' 


Adelaide  Frances  Wright 
Keith  Fulton  Wright 
Gail  Alice  Yaggy 
Arthur  David  Young 
Joyce  Ottila  Zimmermann 
Jane  Elizabeth  Zinn 


In  Home  Economics 


Elizabeth  Gore  Curzon,  with  Honors 
Marion  Elizabeth  Hallett 
Darline  \'irginia  McCreery 


Mary  Ida  Robbins,  with  Honors 
Mary  Clark  Stanley 
Bessie  Belle  Weisent 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Frances  Jean  Blake 
Robert  James  Fahey 
Charles  Marion  Ford 
John  Alexander  Gilmore 
Herbert  Charles  Hartmann 
Castle  J  Harv'ey,  with  Honors  in 

Geology 
LotnsE  AIary  Hynes 
Kenneth  Karl  Kearby 
Barbara  Lois  Ohl 
Mildred  Parizek 


Leo  Houston  Patton 
Arthur  Mileham  Phelps 
Margaret  Catharine  Schnapp 
Mabel  Iris  Schoch,  with  Honors 

in  Mathematics 
Francis  Joseph  Stenzel 
Timothy  Romeo  Veal 
William  Lorne  Waxler 
Tommy  Richard  Young 
William  Bernard  Zelik 


In  Chemistry 


John  Dean  Birkhimer 

James  Howard  Bunting 

Joseph  Henry  DiLeonarde 

Patricia  jtleming 

Charles  Albert  Getz 

Howard  George  Glass 

John  Lukins  Gring,  with  Honors 

Willard  ]Max  Hoehn 

Morris  Herman  Kelber 

Paul  Warren  Leppla,  with  Honors 

Joan  }^Iamie  Osten 

Joseph  Hayes  Paden 


Rouben  Rabin 

Harold  Landsberg  Reynolds 

John  Richard  Roland,  Jr. 

AIelville  August  Rosenberger 

William  Ernest  Ross,  with  Honors 

Clarence  Albert  Stiegman 

Fred  Carl  Sturmer,  Jr. 

Pliny  Otto  Tawney,  with  High 

Honors 
Robert  I  m  bo  den  Tenney 
Richard  Clayton  Waymire, 

with  High  Honors 


In  Chemical  Engineering 


Morris  Bernstein 

Robert  Harding  Bliss,  with  High 

Honors 
Cecil  Denny 
Robert  Mann  Paris 


Winfred  Benjamin  Hirschmann 
Everett  Watt  Howard 
Thurston  Eric  Larson 
William  Ehlert  Lieb,  with  High 
Honors 


10 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  is,  1932 


Lawrence  Alexander  Monroe, 

with  High  Honors 
George  Hartmus  Nelson 
Wallace  Eugene  Nowokunski 
Thomas  Pacey,  Jr.,  with  Honors 
Rolland  Peters 
Clement  Edward  Pritz 


Herman  Schneider,  vv'ith  Honors 
Robert  Potter  Stock 
James  Madison  Straley 
Marston  Dedric  Severine  Strote 
Edward  Charles  Swenson 
Carl  William  Yarcho 
Eugene  Joseph  Yocom 


The  College  of  Commerce  and  Business 
Administration 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Accountancy 


Walter  Russell  Aabye 
Myron  Francis  Addison 
Samuel  Gompers  Alpert 
Arch  Marion  Ault 
Dorothy  AIarguerite  Beaird 
George  Raymond  Berry 
Harold  William  Breithaupt 
Earl  Kenneth  Brissman 
Bliss  Livingston  Charles 
John  Eldridge  Cram  mono 
Lyle  Marion  Dahlenburg 
Fred  Kenneth  DeGroote 
Wallace  Voight  Dorris 
Howard  Cooper  Dunbar 
Glenn  John  Fisher 
Harry  Lloyd  Frese,  with  High 

Honors 
Isadore  Friedman 
Allan  Edward  Garber 
Donald  Decker  Garretson 
Nathan  D  Greene 
Raymond  Forest  Greene 
Reginald  Isaac  Hardy 
Lelia  Elizabeth  Hopkins 
Robert  Koehn  Hubbard,  with  Honors 
Lyle  Rich  Huff 

]\IlLT0N  ReVERDY  IgLEHART 

Morlin  Frank  Johnson 
Donald  Milton  Kammert 
Dan  S  Kerpan 
Theodore  Martin  Kobza 


Gerald  Joseph  Koerner 
Paul  Graham  Kreiling 
Robert  Alexander  Lake 
Leonard  David  Levite 
Noble  J  Litherland 
Edv/ard  Wittich  Littell 
Florence  Josephine  Llewellyn 
Roger  Allen  Lowe 
Melvin  Oscar  Lundahl 
Michael  Mackanos 
Adele  Harriet  Mindel 
Milo  James  AIorrison 
Elmer  Carl  Olson 
John  Robert  Orlando 
Clyde  B  Roberts 
Robert  Lee  Rosbe 
Guy  William  Roslyn 
Carrol  Mayer  Sanger 
Fredricka  Salzman  Schrumpf, 

with  Honors 
Morris  Walter  Smith 
Robert  William  Spanier 
Henry  Cecil  Spicer 
Leonard  Marshall  Sullivan 
Lester  Herman  Swanlund 
Wade  Edison  Tapert 
Louis  Albert  Weicker,  Jr. 
Robert  Lennie  Williamson 
John  Marvin  Wilson 
John  Godfrey  Etton  Wolter 


In  Banking  and  Finance 


Harold  Wesley  Bancroft,  with 

High  Honors 
AIelvin  Joseph  Bovie 
Anacleto  Natividad  Bugayong 
Bernard  Ned  Cohn 


John  Garm  Coleman 
Howard  Cleo  Deerwester 
Margaret  Elizabeth  Gangstad 
Charlotte  Edwina  Gauer 


The  College  of  Commerce  and  Business  Administration        ii 


William  Rudolph  Gunner 
Lawrence  Ness  Hansen 
Harold  Alexander  Henry 
George  Donald  Hillstrom 
Ernest  Philip  Hoerr,  Jr. 
Elbert  Ball  Kamp 
William  Alan  Kleppinger 


George  Albert  Mills 
Arthur  Strom  Nelson 
AIayer  Rashbaum 
Milton  Emanuel  Reingold 
Anne  Ruth  Rosenberg 
Celia  Sweet 


In  Commerce  and  Law 


^^Ialcolm  J  Gillis 
Maurice  Ellsworth  Gosnell 
Eugene  Bernard  Maccono 
John  Alden  Niemeyer 
William  Marion  Rice 
Mark  Owen  Roberts 


John  Bramwell  Robinson,  Jr. 
Henry  Byron  Rothenberg 
Loch  Shumaker 

PoMEROY  SlNNOCK 

Myron  Raymond  Wallenstein 
Fred  Louis  Wham,  Jr. 


Barbar.\  Cecelia  Bard 
ALA.RSHALL  Newell  Gray 


In  Commercial  Teaching 

Aldona  Lenok 


In  Foreign  Commerce 


Frank  Edward  Brence 
Marion  Elizabeth  Filson 
DoMiNiCK  Enrico  Fraboni 
Warren  Howard  Fuermann 
Charles  Alfred  Hill 
Helena  Matilda  Jewell 


Fred  Edward  Keup 
James  Edwin  Springer 
Alvin  Victor  Spunar 
Roy  Elmer  Taylor 
Lawrence  John  Vallero 


In  General  Business 


Jean  AL\rgaret  Achelpohl 
John  Robert  Adams 
William  Hendry  Allen 
Oliver  Dean  Ames 
Ralph  Curtis  Anderson 
Wn.LiAM  Christopher  Armstrong 
Robert  Adams  Bagley 
Eugene  Parker  Baker 
Herbert  Eugene  Baldwin 
Inez  Ruth  Ball 
Frederick  Gordon  Bartholomew 
Charles  Thomas  Baumgart 
Edward  Allen  Carl  Berndt 
Vernon  Julius  Bert,  Jr. 
Arthur  Clarence  Bonk 
Alan  Brentano 
John  William  Brentlinger 
John  Algernon  Broom,  Jr. 
Ralph  Herbert  Brouillette 
Donald  Stewart  Charlton 
Vernon  Paul  Christman 
Phillip  Norman  Citron 
John  Wilson  Codd 
James  Lawler  Coombes 

JULIANNA  CrIPPIN 

Stanley  Allan  Dean 
Jacob  William  Deutch 


Fred  William  Donner 

Margaret  Eastman 

Giles  Arthur  Eldred 

Robert  Francis  Elrick 

Thomas  Blankley  Elvidge 

Joseph  John  Estwanik,  Jr. 

Gordon  Finley 

Warren  Elsworth  Fox 

Raymond  Jarvis  Gibbs 

John  Halton  Green 

Harry  Dennison  Grow 

William  Edward  Hall,  Jr. 

Keith  Hampton 

Theodore  Kays  Hanson 

Cecile  Susana  Harvey 

Fred  Heimlicher,  Jr. 

Farrell  Kell  Hodges 

John  David  Holder 

Elbert  Ray  Hollingsworth 

Burnham  Babb  Holmes 

Russell  Montfort  Horner 

William  Albert  Hutton 

Jerome  Aubrey  Johnson 

WiLBURN  Arthur  Magnus  Johnson 

Wilfred  Reeves  Johnson 

Leif  Rodholm  Juhl 

Lester  J  Kaden 


12 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  i^,  1932 


Allan  Francis  Kalsow 
Robert  Louis  Kamp 
Lawrence  Victor  Kanter,  with 

Honors 
Irvin  Adolph  Kaufman 
George  Edwin  Keck 
William  Henry  Vincent  Kelly 
Edward  Peter  Kowerski 
Walter  Carroll  Kreider 
Arthur  Kungle 
John  Goffe  Leggett 
George  Malcolm  Lentz 
Antoinette  Lillian  Lingg 
Harold  Dale  Long 
Clarence  Theodore  Lundquist 
Paul  Kistler  MacDonald 
Harold  Robert  McNally 
James  Robb  McPherson 
AIargaret  Martens 
Edwin  Elmer  Mitchell 
John  Max  Mitchell 
Bernard  Horwich  Moretsky,  with 

Honors 
Clarence  John  Neumeyer 
Vincent  Frederic  Nightingale 
Albert  Charles  Noble 
Frederic  Golberg  Olson 
Dorothy  Catherine  Pelzer 
George  Volney  Penwell 
Warren  Arthur  Pflug 
Max  Noel  Pike 


James  Henry  Poole 

Ladd  Charles  Prucha 

Ralph  Binford  Reese,  with  High 

Honors 
Archie  H  Robb 

Francis  Patrick  William  Rupp 
Raymond  Philip  Savage 
Frederick  Albert  Schnell 
Rocho  Henry  Sinderson 
Ronald  Potter  Smith 
Marjorie  Craig  Spence 
George  Andrew  Swanson 
Henry  Browne  Terry 
Wilbur  Wright  Thompson 
WiLLARD  Carroll  Thompson 
Lewis  Vernon  Trabert 
John  William  Turnquist,  Jr. 
Stewart  Ernest  Votaw 
Herbert  Clair  Warren 
Edward  Charles  Weideman 
Richard  Allan  Welch 
Norman  Ernest  Wendt 
George  Fox  Westwood 
Robert  Emmet  Whiteley 
Lewis  Francis  Williams 
Merwin  Walter  Willke 
Earl  Martin  Wilson 
Hong  Fong  Wong 
Darwin  LeDean  Wood 
Ru-Kan  Wu 


In  Industrial  Administration 


Cecil  O  Bernard 
Donald  Alexander  Cameron 
Donald  Eugene  Cox 
Denzil  Ray  Halcom 
Carl  Hockwin  Johnson 
Edwin  H  Johnson 
Elbert  Cyrus  King 
Elmer  Clayton  Maker 


Chester  Clifford  Marks 
Richard  Allen  Miller 
Robert  Carl  Palmquist 
John  Jacob  Sand 
Jack  Patterson  Tabor 
Milan  Vydareny 
Mervyn  Hicks  Warlow 
Berwyn  Roger  Wohld 


Lucius  Walter  Lomax 
Maurice  Herman  Reid 


In  Insurance 

Lloyd  Garrison  Wheeler 

In  Public  Utilities 


Ralph  Weckel  Downing,  with 

Honors 
James  Charles  Pettee,  with  Honors 
Lewis  Dan  Pring 


Harry  A  Sahlin 
Loren  B  Thompson,  Jr. 
Norman  S  Weber 


Paul  Van  Arsdale  Kortkamp 
Yu  Fan  Ma 


In  Railway  Administration 

Allan  Leon  Vought 


In  Trade  and  Civic  Secretarial  Service 
Edith  Wise  Hudnut  Clark  Webber 


The  College  of  Engineering 


13 


In  Accountancy  and  Banking  and  Finance 


Arthur  Louis  Bert 

Robert  Walker  Boyd 

HiMEY  Edward  Breen 

Renick  Hull  Buckles,  with  Honors 

in  Accountancy;  High  Honors  in 

Banking  and  Finance 
David  Gordon  Fithian,  with  High 

Honors    in    Accountancy    and    in 

Banking  and  Finance 


Lloyd  Ogden  Fruland 

Charles  John  Gaa,  with  Honors  in 

Banking  and  Finance 
Frederick  Albert  Hook 
Howard  William  Parker 
Charles  William  Timme 
Leo  Vincent  Tockstein 
William  Walden  Weatherman 


In  Foreign  Commerce  and  Banking  and  Finance 

^'IRGINIA  ChrISTMAN 


The  College  of  Engineering 
Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


Hiram  David  Frankel,  Jr. 
James  Agnew  Slaughter,  Jr. 


In  Ceramics 

Robert  William  Slaughter 


In  Ceramic  Engineering 


Edward  George  Bourne 
Gene  Bruton 
Edw.a.rd  Reigh  Bullard 
Wayne  Alvix  Deringer,  with  High 
Honors 


George  Kenneth  Lowe 
John  Martin  McCormick 
Thomas  Maguire 
George  Thomas  Moore 
LoREN  Arthur  Trabert 


In  Civil  Engineering 


Donald  Parsons  Allen 

*  Philip  Albert  Anderson 

Robert  Howard  Anderson 

Edward  Willis  Baldwin,  Jr. 

Charles  Virgil  Bell 

St.'VNLey  Urxer  Benscoter,  with  High 

Honors 
William  Julius  Bobisch,  with  High 

Honors 
William  Elvin  Bohn,  with  High 

Honors 
Theodore  Emanuel  Brooks 
Raymond  Shearer  Brown 
Robert  Murray  Buchanan 
Clyde  John  Carlstrand 
Robert  Head  Crowe 
Robert  Edward  Curran,  with  Honors 
W  Bernard  Dickman 
Scott  Dillon 


*Diploma  to  be  awarded  on  completion  of 
Advanced  R.O.T.C.  Summer  Camp  require- 
ment. 


Charles  Wilbur  Ennis,  Jr. 

William  Raymond  Fickett 

Lydon  Ainsworth  Gilman 

AIerle  Henry  Goedjen 

Harry  Paul  Goldman 

Joseph  Gordon  Griffith,  with  High 

Honors 
Allen  Edward  Haberle 
Dallas  Dale  LIershey 
Myron  Emanuel  Herzog,  with  Honors 
Glenn  Edward  Hodges 
William  Lyle  Hudson 
Carl  Melvin  Johnson 
William  Perry  Jones,  with  High 

Honors 
Emanuel  Linde  Kahn 
Arthur  William  Kowitz 
Charles  Udell  Kring,  with  High 

Honors 
Harry  Christian  Lawson,  Jr. 
Harry  Francis  Lovell 


H 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  13,  1932 


Grover  Kenneth  Lynch,  with 

Honors 
Harold  Knute  Madison 
A'Ierritt  West  Matthews 
George  Conrad  Miller 
Lawson  Isaac  Miller 
NoRE  Agaton  Monson 
Frank  Kenneth  Morse 
Douglas  Byron  AIorton 
Richard  Stephen  Nelle 
Ben  Paller 


Richard  Nelson  Palmer 

Leonard  Charles  Pickett 

John  Patrick  Roche 

Alfred  Paul  Rosche 

William  Edward  Schulz,  Jr. 

Abram  Funk  Sears,  with  Honors 

Harvey  Thorn  Stephenson 

Gerald  Edward  Thomas 

Joseph  Benjamin  Tiffany,  Jr.,  with 

High  Honors 
Harry  Leoland  Wingfield,  Jr. 


In  Electrical  Engineering 


George  Aichele,  with  High  Honors 
Peter  Andris 
Robert  Ashley  Blakeney 
George  Lyman  Bodwell 
William  Donald  Boone 
Charles  Millard  Broom 
Bennett  Burgoon,  Jr. 
Adolphus  Lee  Burleigh 
Barrett  Manville  Carothers 
David  Edwin  Chapman 
Carey  Cottingham 
Franklin  Marvin  Deerhake,  with 

High  Honors 
Raymond  Harlan  Dey 
Ralph  Le Verne  Dowell 
Franklin  John  Dvorak 
Maurice  James  Ericson 
Frederick  Albert  Ericzon 
Benjamin  Figlewski 
Jose  Marcelo  Grey 
Earl  Rice  Heacock 
Francis  Leroy  Holloway 
Yuan-Chun  Kao 
Donald  James  Kitchen 
George  Kuta 
Kenneth  Leiter 


Mathew  Valentine  Liesenfelt 

Harold  Rudy  Long 

William  Byron  McCauley 

Robert  MacClinchie 

Franklin  Close  Miller,  with  Honors 

Robert  Welch  Pashby 

Robert  Carlisle  Perry 

DoRN  LeRoy  Pettit,  with  High 

Honors 
Franklin  McRae  Phillips 
Raymond  Lyle  Porter 
Victor  Jacob  Reafsnyder 
John  Emerson  Renz 
Clarence  Floyd  Rogier,  with  Honors 
Arthur  Harold  Schumann 
Paul  Anthony  Swaim 
John  Lester  Swarner,  Jr. 
Carl  Philip  Swenson 
Merle  Clark  Turney 
Ram  Das  Varma 
George  Henry  Volle 
Arthur  Grumbaum  Wagner 
William  Edward  Willey 
Ray  Renault  Wood 
Walter  Herman  Zurhorst 


In  Engineering  Physics 


George  Farrell  Cannon 

Richard  James  Duffin,  with  High 

Honors 
Frank  Carl  Gale 


John  Marshall  Nash,  with  High 

Honors 
Theodore  Joseph  Wang 


In  General  Engineering 


James  William  Frazier 
Benedict  John  Goltra 
Elmer  Andrew  Greenlee 
Maurice  Lowe  Hamilton 


Jean  Edward  Lattan 
Gerald  Clyde  Primm 
Charles  Victor  Delmar  Wallrab 


In  Mechanical  Engineering 


Charles  Malcolm  Abraham  son 
Raymond  John  Anen 
Bertus  Baldwin  Ball 
Edward  Brazitis 
Bernabe  Rulloda  Dacanay 
Charles  Alvin  Davis,  Jr.,  with 
Honors 


Charles  Alvin  Davis,  Jr.,  with  Honors 

Malcolm  Richard  Derby 

William  John  Derksen,  Jr. 

Fielder  Jones  Dowding 

Wilbur  Harlan  Dowell 

Maynard  Millington  Easley 

Karl  Fred  Eklund 


The  College  of  Agriculture 


15 


Walter  James  Everhart 
SiGNOR  Fink 
Warren  Douglas  Foltz 
Frank  Orville  Gaskill 
William  Frederick  Gieselmann 
Robert  Louis  Goodyear 
Robert  John  Greenshields 
Frederick  William  Haake 
Douglas  Alfred  Hastings,  Jr. 
Richard  Henry  Heberling 
Louis  Eugene  Himelreich,  with 

Honors 
Allen  Caesar  Hottes,  with  High 

Honors 
Floyd  Gray  Johnston 
Harold  Ellsworth  Klein 
Theodore  William  Klopp,  Jr. 
Kazmer  John  Lambert 
Dale  B.^teman  Lawrence 
George  Edgar  Leutwiler 


Harley  Adam  AIcCane 

Walter  Lee  McCann 

*Phillip  Reginald  Miles 

Parke  Davies  IMorgan 

Andrew  Wesley  Neureuther,  with 

High  Honors 
Boyd  Stevenson  Oberlink 
John  Leonard  Olson 
Gerald  I  H  Perry 
Robert  William  Podlesak 
Henry  Eddy  Renwick 
Keith  Rich 

Thurston  James  Ruddy 
William  Barron  Ryan 
Jurgens  Phillippus  Schoeman 
Alden  George  Stanford 
LaRoy  Richard  Stoltz 
John  Richard  Vogel 
Earle  William  Wells 


Henry  Berg 

*Robert  Lee  Raymond 


In  Mining  Engineering 

Robert  jMarx  Scherer 


In  Railway  Civil  Engineering 


George  William  Boot,  Jr. 
Emil  George  Reimann 


Harry  Edwin  White 


In  Railway  Electrical  Engineering 


James  Sheldon  King 
Lib  Panichi 

Stanley  Holt  Pierce,  with  High 
Honors 


'Clayton  Sorensen  Steele 


In  Railway  Mechanical  Engineering 
Arthur  Joseph  Dore 


The  College  of  Agriculture 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


Harold  Arnold  Ackermann 
Willard  Curtis  Anderson 
Charles  Lyndon  Banner 
Harry  Paul  Bateman 
Russell  Frederick  Becker 
George  Kenneth  Beebe 
Paul  Leonard  Benbow 
Wilmot  Irvin  Bidner 
Elbert  Herald  Bills 
Fr.a.nk  Henry  Bischoff 
James  Harold  Boyd 
Floyd  Melvin  Bl-esinger 
Joseph  Gordon  Bumgarner 


In  Agriculture 


Jack  Carter  De  Atley 
Linn  William  Eaton 
William  Robert  Elder 
Herbert  Christian  Engelhahdt 
Dean  Klein  Finch 
Richard  Henry  Gantz 
Harold  Winford  Hannah 
Clarence  Hanover 
Albert  John  Hardgrove 


*Diploma  to  be  awarded  on  completion  of 
Advanced  R.O.T.C.  Summer  Camp  require- 
ment. 


i6 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  jj,  IPS^ 


Frank  Cor  win  Hawkins 

Elmer  Herman  Henker 

Georges  Charles  Heraux 

Arley  Kermit  Hohenboken 

Merl  Tuttle  Hopson 

Harold  Lee  Jepson 

Lowell  Shuler  Johnson 

Robert  Thomas  Kay,  with  Honors 

Forrest  S  Kermicle 

Harvey  Wendell  Kring,  with  Honors 

Raymond  Leeper 

Milton  Curtis  Mathew 

Wayne  Wilbur  Miller 

Doyle  Robert  Morris 

John  Kenyon  Morris 

Arthur  Theodore  Mosher,  with 

Honors 
Randall  Linden  Nelson 
John  Dexter  Olson 
Fred  Arnold  Painter,  with  Honors 


Chauncey  Howard  Parker 
William  Marcellus  Petefish 
Lee  Roy  Piper 
Harold  Maurice  Primm 
Russell  Simpson  Rains 
Wayne  Mahlon  Rich 
William  Reed  Ritchie 
John  Leslie  Russell 
Willard  Winston  Schafer 
Marvin  Loyd  Schuetz 
Marshall  Jewell  Scott 
Paul  Henry  Shuman 
Iav^'rence  Harry  Simerl,  with 

Honors 
George  Albert  Trull,  with  Honors 
Delbert  Eston  Trummel 
Kenneth  Roscoe  Tucker 
Howard  Ware  Turner 
Charles  Edgar  Wilmeth 
Harold  Wright 


In  Floriculture 


Forrest  Glenn  Gimlin 
Carl  Milton  Johnson,  with  Honors 
William  Henry  Kistler,  with 
Honors 


Rosalie  Marie  Kniep 
Elmer  Lawrence  Patelski 


In  Home  Economics 


Mildred  Lillian  Aszmann 
SiNA  Esther  Bevis,  with  Honors 
Freeda  Lucinda  Byland 
Ida  Ellen  Byland 
Dora  Wintress  Dalbey 
Marjorie  Geraldine  Dawson 
Helen  Mabel  Drew 
Lucile  Roxine  Dunn 
Ruth  Finley 
Eleanor  Ida  Goodspeed 
Elizabeth  Louise  Kenyon 


EvEL\"N  Virginia  Kluge 
Dorothy  Dillon  McGaughey 
Dorothy  Eunice  Maulding 
Olevia  Cecelia  Meyer 
Rosalie  Ellis  O'Herron 
Pauline  M  Parker 
Ellamarie  Pearlman 
Mary  Elizabeth  Rickards 
Janna  Mae  Silander 
Ruth  Taborn 
LiLLA  Adaline  Withey 


The  College  of  Law 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Laws 


Armen  Ralph  Blanke,  A.B.,  1930 

Elbert  William  Butler 

Carrol  Eberhardt  Corbett,  B.S., 

1925 
Jules  Dashow,  A.B.,  1930 
George  W  Howard,  Jr.,  A.B.,  Denison 

University,  1929,  with  Honors 
Harold  Henry  Jaegli 
Georg  Fred  Keeling,  A.B.,  1930 
Albert  Harm  Kleen,  A.B.,  1931 
Elliott  Kohn,  A.B.,  1931 
Arlington  Ricketts  Maute 


Arthur  Peltzer,  with  Honors 
Fred  Willis  Potter,  Jr. 
Clifford  Martin  Raemer,  A.B., 

University  of  Oklahoma,  1927 
Samltel  Rubin,  B.S.,  1930 
Richard  George  Sander,  B.S.,  1930 
John  Joseph  Sirotnak,  A.B.,  1930 
Robert  Clinton  Starr 
Henry  M  Ward,  B.S.,  State 

University  of  Iowa,  1929 
Charles  Maddra  Webber 
Maxine  Myers  Woodruff,  A.B.,  1930 


The  Library  School  ly 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Law 

Charles  Wright  Fornoff,  Ph.D.,  Harry  Errett  Witherell,  B.S., 

1926,  with  Honors  1930,  with  Honors 

Edward  Francis  Streit,  A.B.,  1931, 
with  Honors 


The  Library  School 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of 
Science  in  Library  Science 

Mary  Louise  Anderson,  A.B.,  West  Texas  State  Teachers  College,  1930 

Ella  Pauline  Ashley,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1931 

Dorothy  Bailey,  A.B.,  Northwestern  University,  1926 

Mary  Winifred  Barnes,  A.B.,  Lawrence  College,  1930 

Dorothy  Benjamin,  B.S.,  Northeast  Missouri  State  Teachers  College,  1930 

Eleanor  Bersell,  A.B.,  Augustana  College,  1931 

Stella  Louise  Borchelt,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1930,  with  High  Honors 

Jean  Lois  Bowen,  Northwest  Alissouri  State  Teachers  College,  1930 

Wed  Drew  Brandt,  A.B.,  University  of  Michigan,  1930 

Ver.\  Louise  Brizius,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1930 

Margaret  Katherine  Burke,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Colorado,  1916,  1928 

Pauline  Calendine,  A.B.,  Ball  State  Teachers  College,  1927 

Sister  ^L\ry  Stephana  Cavanaugh,  A.B.,  Rosary  College,  1920 

Harmon  John  Chamberlain,  A.B.,  Michigan  State  Normal  College,  1931 

Mary  Harrison  Clay,  A.B.,  judson  College,  1925,  with  High  Honors 

Lois  CowGiLL,  A.B.,  Butler  University,  1931,  with  Honors 

S.allie  Elizabeth  Cuming,  A.B.,  University  of  Mississippi,  1930 

Mary  Elizabeth  Davis,  B.S.,  Southwest  Missouri  State  Teachers  College,  1923, 

with  High  Honors 
]\L\RY  Ellen  Davis,  A.B.,  University  of  Nebraska,  1925,  with  Honors 
Phoebe  Dimock,  A.B.,  University  of  Kentucky,  1931,  with  Honors 
^Iilton  Adolph  Drescher,  A.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1931 
Leona  Durkes,  A.B.,  Wellesley  College,  1924,  with  High  Honors 
Janie  Rob  Evans,  A.B.,  University  of  Kentucky,  1930 
Dorothy  Catherine  Farnsworth,  A.B.,  University  of  California,  1927 
S.\LLiE  Johnson  Farrell,  A.B.,  Mississippi  State  College  for  Women,  1931,  with 

Honors 
Lucile  Hortense  Fitch,  A.B.,  Oberlin  College,  1925 
Margaret  Alice  Flint,  A.B.,  1931 

Doris  Albertine  Foley,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1931 
Irene  Gelinas,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Northwestern  University,  1925,  1929,  with  Honors 
Bess  Glenn,  A.B.,  Converse  College,  1926;    A.M.,  Johns  Hopkins  University, 

1929,  with  Honors 
Lois  Electa  Goan,  A.B.,  Lav,'rence  College,  1924;    A.M.,  Northwestern  Univer- 
sity, 1930 
Clar.\  Louise  Guthrie,  A.B.,  Hastings  College,  1929,  with  Honors 
Gertrude  AIarion  Hansen,  A.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1931 
Annie  Ruth  Hardin,  A.B.,  1931,  with  High  Honors  ' 

;Mary  Elizabeth  Hause,  A.B.,  University  of  Louisville,  1930 
Ruth  Miriam  Heiss,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1931,  with  Honors 
Marian  Rose  Hemmings,  A.B.,  M.S.,  State  University  of  Iowa,  1925,  1929 
Estelle  Hogins,  A.B.,  University  of  New  Mexico,  1931,  with  High  Honors 
Josephine  May  Hostetter,  Ph.B.,  Grinnell  College,  1907 
Dorothy  Owen  Hurst,  A.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1931 
Catherine  Lynn  Katterjohn,  A.B.,  University  of  Kentucky,  1931 
?klARY  Virginia  Kennedy,  A.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1931 
Lucy  Ver.\  Kepler,  A.B.,  Nebraska  Wesleyan  University,  1930,  with  Honors 
Rose  Marit.  Kersey,  B.S.,  1924 


i8  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  13,  /pj^ 

Esther  Ellen  Kleist,  A.B.,  University  of  Minnesota,  1918,  with  Honors 
Mildred  Victoria  Kress,  A.B.,  Macalester  College,  1926,  with  High  Honors 
Maybelle  Amanda  Leland,  A.B.,  North  Dakota  State  Teachers  College  (May- 

ville),  1928 
Julia  Mabel  Lind,  B.S.,  Rockford  College,  1921 
Avis  Winnifred  Linderman,  A.B.,  Ripon  College,  1917;    A.M.,  University  of 

Wisconsin,  1927 
Ralph  Wendell  McComb,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1929,  with  Honors 
Louise  Alcesta  McDonough,  A.B.,  Whittier  College,  1931 
Alice  May  MacMahon,  A.B.,  University  of  Missouri,  1931 
Edna  Miller,  A.B.,  Indiana  Central  College,  1928 

Elizabeth  Lewis  Miller,  A.B.,  Mississippi  State  College  for  Women,  1930 
Ernest  Ivan  Miller,  A.B.,  Eimhurst  College,  1931,  with  High  Honors 
Lucy  Faye  Miller,  A.B.,  Simpson  College,  1928 
Constance  Mines  Mitchell,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1910;    A.M., 

George  Peabody  College  for  Teachers,  1926 
Margaret  Eleanor  Neeld,  B.S.,  1926 
Marion  Noble,  A.B.,  Mount  Union  College,  1920 
Alice  Marguerite  Norwood,  A.B.,  Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1929,  with  High 

Honors 
Kate  Elizabeth  Palmer,  A.B.,  Grinnell  College,  1929 
Lucile  Nedean  Pendergast,  B.S.,  University  of  Nebraska,  1930 
Esther  June  Piercy,  A.B.,  University  of  Idaho,  1930,  with  Honors 
JiMMiE  Porter,  B.S.,  University  of  Arkansas,  1925,  with  Honors 
Marguerite  Edith  R.\he,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1931 
Elizabeth  Randles,  A.B.,  Westminster  College,  1931 
Miriam  Beatrice  Reich,  A.B.,  University  of  Tennessee,  1931 
Nannie  Herndon  Rice,  A.B.,  Mississippi  State  College  for  Women,  1905;  A.M., 

Columbia  University,  191 1,  with  High  Honors 
Marianna  Riesner,  A.B.,  Western  College  for  Women,  1928 
Johnnie  Elizabeth  Riner,  A.B.,  Lindenwood  College,  1931 
Jessie  Margarette  MacIntosh  Robertson,  A.B.,  B.S.,  University  of  Nebraska, 

1920,  1922 
Alpha  Smith  Rogers,  B.S.,  Virginia  Normal  and  Industrial  Institute,  1926 
Hendrine  Rozendal,  A.B.,  Dakota  Wesleyan  LTniversity,  1925,  with  Honors 
Ruth  Shaftoe,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1924 
Mildred  Irene  Shelton,  A.B.,  Coe  College,  1928 

Bethania  Meradith  Smith,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1925,  with  Honors 
Sylvia  Ann  Solinger,  A.B.,  Lawrence  College,  1928 
Clara  Myrtle  Spratt,  B.S.,  1927,  with  Honors 
Bettie  Paul  Thomas,  A.B.,  Washburn  College,  1030 
Clarence  Arthur  Tilger,  A.B.,  Hastings  College,  1931,  with  Honors 
Ellen  Rundall  Tilger,  A.B.,  Hastings  College,  1927 
Anne  Marye  Trezevant,  A.B.,  Randolph-Macon  Woman's  College,  1930,  with 

High  Honors 
Margaret  Helmsing  Tuttle,  A.B.,  University  of  Kentucky,  1919 
Gwendolin  Matilde  Vandarwarka,  A.B.,  Lawrence  College,  1931 
Lucile  Faun  Vickers,  A.B.,  Morningside  College,  1923,  with  High  Honors 
Margaret  Lucy  Wardell,  A.B.,  Carleton  College,  1927,  with  High  Honors 
Helen  Louise  Werner,  A.B.,  Lawrence  College,  1931 

Samuel  Ambrose  Wetherbee,  A.B.,  Northwestern  University,  1926,  with  Honors 
Helen  Elizabeth  White,  A.B.,  Ohio  Wesleyan  University,  1929,  with  Honors 
Estella  Dorothy  Whitney,  A.B.,  University  of  Oklahoma,  1922;    A.M.,  Stan- 
ford University,  1929 
LocKwooD  Elon  Wiley,  A.B.,  1931 
Ada  Esther  Wilkie,  A.B.,  Whittier  College,  1929 
Ethel  Joy  Williams,  A.B.,  Ottawa  University,  1916 
Geraldine  Williams,  A.B.,  Colorado  College,  1931,  with  Honors 
Elizabeth  Rose  Williamson,  A.B.,  State  University  of  Iowa,  1925 
Eugene  Holt  Wilson,  A.B.,  Arkansas  State  Teachers  College,  1930 
Ruby  Marie  Wilson,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1927 
Elizabeth  Arnold  Windsor,  A.B.,  1931,  with  High  Honors 
Ruth  Emily  Wood,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1931 
Winifred  Finette  Wright,  B.S.,  1930 


The  College  of  Education 


19 


The  College  of  Education 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Education 


Grace  Dorothy  Allen 

Sylvester  Lawrenxe  Antrim 

Helen  Lanius  Applegate 

Helen  Margrethe  Augustinus 

Bernice  Balickas 

Joseph  Shawl  Bartlum 

Joe  Bartulis 

Harriet  Alice  Bauerbach 

Anna  Evelyn  Beals 

Anna  Louise  Beatty 

Nettie  Belitsky 

Marian  Bell 

Naomi  Esther  Bell 

Roscoe  Roland  Bell 

Harold  Albert  Bennett 

Leander  Woller  Binna 

Joseph  Josiah  Blackmore 

Eva  Belle  Blair 

Frank  John  Blazina 

Sara  J^Ioffat  Blomquist,  with 

Honors  in  ]\Iathematics 
Ruth  Ann  Blumenkamp,  with  High 

Honors  in  German 
Richard  LeRoy  Boblenz 
Robert  Lee  Bordner 
Esther  ^La.y  Bottenfield 
Mary  Josephine  Brennan 
Barbara  Jean  Brooks 
Louise  Abra  Brown 
Rosemary  English  Brown 
Helen  Veronica  Buino 
^L\RY  Louise  Cameron,  with  High 

Honors  in  Education 
John  Angelino  Carlino 
GiNO  Americo  Carmolli 
Lucile  Yeates  Carrel 
Dorothy  Elisabeth  Case 
Bruce  Whitlow  Catlin 
Evelyn  Alice  Chadwick 
Helen  Margaret  Chambers 
Betty  Rosa  Champion 
Watts  W^agner  Chance 
Vernon  Rltolph  Charlson 
Ernest  Patrick  Chattin 
Blanche  Cohen 
Edna  Mae  Cole 
Eleanor  Alice  Conley 
Mike  Jay  Corby 
Emily  Irno  Cornwell 
Manson  Clarence  Couch 
Mary  Alpha  Crowley 
Jeanne  Louise  Culver 
Richard  Alden  Dancey 


Helen  Jean  Danek 

William  Henry  Dauby 

Frances  Lesla  Davison 

Pauline- Virginia  Degan 

Doris  Loretta  Denman 

Mary  Rita  Derengowski 

Clara  Catherine  Dietrich 

Alice  Virginia  Donahue 

Anthony  Leon  Dorsch 

Thurlow  Weed  Drayer 

James  Richard  Dowling  Eddy 

Roy  Elias  Etnyre 

Burnell  John  Farnan 

Dorothy  Denton  Farrar 

George  Samuel  Fencl 

Sol  C  Fierberg 

Florence  Bertha  Rose  Filippi 

Thelma  Marie  Fish 

Harry  Leon  Flagg 

Kathryn  Elizabeth  Francis 

Joseph  Dutra  Friend 

FIubert  Vernon  Gardner 

Edward  Frank  Gbur 

Grace  Gholson 

Mary  Elizabeth  Glynn 

Myla  Mollie  Goldberg 

Edith  Lillian  Gott 

ALarcelline  Elizabeth  Gougler 

Marvel  Dorene  Graff 

Frances  Gertrude  Green 

Marvin  Leroy  Hadam 

Eleanor  Hall 

Bessie  Estelle  Hallberg 

Esther  Jane  Hardwick 

Thelma  Elizabeth  Harshbarger, 

with  High  Honors  in  Mathematics 
WiLLMORE  Browning  Hastings 
Ellsworth  Mathew  Charles  Hazzard 
Margaret  Elizabeth  Heartt 
Kathryn  Farrant  Heath 
Virgil  Catherine  Hecht 
WiLHA  Elizabeth  Henderson 
Ev aline  Starr  Henson 
Harry  Lowell  Hicks 
Dorothy  Jeanne  Hill 
Ellen  Hixon 
Viola  Helen  Hopkins 
Anna  Lillian  Horton 
Beatrice  Nell  Houze 
Milton  Robert  Howard 
Helen  Nancy  Howarth,  with  Honors 

in  History 
May  Pauline  Huff 


20 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  /j,  i(?32 


Harry  Hugo  Irvin 

Earl  Alton  Jackson 

William  Roy  Jackson 

Ellen  June  Jones 

A'Iiriam  Eileen  Jones 

Frances  Marie  Kapilla 

Mary  Karpinski 

Ruth  Karr 

Everdine  Ann  Keating 

AIargery  Frances  Kendall     . 

Eileen  Dorothy  Kenneally 

Wendell  Collins  Kennedy 

Grace  Eleanor  Kenyon 

Anton  Keszycki 

Anthony  Joseph  Klancar 

Adolph  Albert  Klautsch,  with  High 

Honors  in  Education 
Lester  Theodore  Knifke 
Edwin  Joseph  Kolfenbach 
Rudolph  Komm 
Henrietta  Annette  Koutnik 
Jean  Josephine  Kozelniak 
Mildred  Kratovil 
Howard  Edmund  Kreider 
Norma  Alice  Krull 
Alice  Charlotte  Kruszczynski 
Ray  Albert  Laird 
Julius  Lakin 
Dorothy  Elouise  LaPierre 
Norma  Emma  Larson 
Frances  Evelyn  Lewis 
Lillian  Lee  Lewis 
Mable  Marie  Lindstrom 
Ralph  Taft  Lockard,  with  Honors 

in  History 
Harry  McEvoy  Lucas 
Rolland  James  Lund 
Floyd  William  Lynch 
Joseph  Lee  McAdam 
Marcella  Shirley  McGrane 
Gwendolyn  McNaughton 
Lola  Ena  McNaughton 
Stella  Mary  Maloni 
JuANiTA  Rachel  Martin 
Ray  Emerson  Martinie 
Naomi  Wyninger  Massey,  with 

Honors  in  English 
Nora  Ethel  Mayhew 
Leo  Michl,  Jr. 
Lenabelle  Middlekauff 
Louise  Pauline  Miethe,  with 

Honors  in  Education 
Russell  Jacob  Mingee 
Ralph  Donald  Moore 
Ada  Mostcovy 
Margaret  Louise  Muetze 
Donald  Carl  AIunch 
Arthur  Clarence  Muns 
Gerald  Emerson  Murch 


Stanley  Newton  Murphy 
Eugene  Paul  Murray 
Catherine  Myers 
Everett  Walfred  Nelson 
Muriel  Bernice  Nelson 
Merwin  Noe 

Elizabeth  Conard  Noggle 
Raymond  Eliot  Nusspickel 
Joseph  Ondrus 
Melba  Paulene  Orr 
Walter  John  Osinski 
Ruth  Evelyn  Ostensky 
Elizabeth  Gretchen  Overholser 
Helene  Elizabeth  Parker 
Dora  Marie  Pasel,  with  Honors 

in  History 
Edo  Pasetto 
Ruth  Anna  Pastor 
Phyllis  Saben  Pence 
Ware  Holliday  Pendleton 
Zona  Alice  Pennell 
Helen  Josephine  Pesci,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Merle  Arnold  Peters 
Esther  Emily  Peterson 
Mary  Petitti,  with  Honors  in 

Spanish 
Theodore  Roosevelt  Pickard 
Viola  Antoinette  Pittman 
Ruth  Kay  Pohn 
Maysie  Miriam  Powers 
Robert  Myron  Powers 
Albert  Rush  Putnam 
Elvira  Anna  Rau 
Mildred  Louise  Rau 
Irene  Elizabeth  Reavy 
Arthur  Adolph  Rezny 
Edgar  Eugene  Rhodes 
Helen  Willena  Rice,  with  Honors 

in  Education  and  in  Biology 
Harry  Fred  Richards 
Anna  May  Richardson 
Marion  Louis  Rickerd 
Clarence  William  Riessen 
Blanche  Veigh  Robbins 
Clementine  Clara  Roberts 
Eleanor  Bertha  Roe 
Evelyn  Marguerite  Rogier 
Edith  Rosenbloom 
Margaret  Anne  Rosenthall 
William  Allen  Rossiter 
Bruce  Robert  Salisbury 
Dale  Eileen  Samuell,  with  High 

Honors  in  Education ;  Honors 

in  History 
Edward  Joseph  Sand 
George  Frederick  Savage,  with 

Honors  in  History 
Walter  Henry  Schachenman 


The  College  of  Education 


21 


Arlene  Gertrude  Scheidenhelm 

Eleanor  Anna  Sciienck 

Lois  E\'elyn  Schildhammer 

Arthur  Frank  Schultz 

NoRBERT  John  Seider 

Eleanor  JFay  Shaeffer 

Lee  Shaykin 

\\'arren  Preston  Shepherd 

George  Merideth  Sillikg 

John  Joseph  Simmons 

Thomas  Arkle  Skeels 

Harold  Seymour  Skinner 

Elwood  Kenneth  Slusser 

Inez  Ellen  Smith 

Lillian  Cleora  Smith 

Joseph  Albert  Snedorf 

Sherman  Paul  Sparks 

Ethel  Sphar 

Eloise  ]Mills  Spurlock 

Richard  Lloyd  Strobel 

^L\rion  Louise  Stuart,  with  Honors 

in  Phj-sical  Education 
Stacy  ^^L^rjorie  Sward 
Jltian  ^Lartindel  Taylo 
Beryl  Shenk  Taylor 
Ruth  Thomas 
Eunice  Lura  Thompson 


Eleanor  Thomsen 

Harold  Franklin  Thornburg 

Lois  Tolman 

Herman  Charles  Theodore  Troch 

Edward  Ernest  Tryban 

Annie  Lois  Turnham 

Anna  ]\L\rie  Amelia  Tuvada 

Ann  Elizabeth  Voelkel 

Everett  Wade 

Edward  Carl  Wahl 

Frank  Henry  Walker 

Kathryn  Georgia  Walker 

William  Herbert  Walker 

Anita  Lucille  Wascher 

Ervin  Kincaid  Wax 

Carol  Dorothy  Webber 

Audrey  Jeraldine  Weis 

Teresa  Marie  Welch 

John  Tilley  White 

Genevieve  Geraldine  Whitmyer 

Frances  Louise  Whittaker 

Fern  Margaret  Wiehle 

Violetta  Josephine  Williams 

Helen  Elizabeth  Wilmot 

Carl  Herbert  Wilson 

Mary  Virginia  Wright 

Hazel  Ryder  Zeigler 


Ralph  ^Iichael  Otto 


In  Agricultural  Education 

Shaw  Terwilliger 


In  Home  Economics  Education 


Emma  Ev aline  Anderson 
Genevieve  Nancy  Batterton 
Grace  Harriet  Beagley 
Ruth  ^L\riam  Busch 

^L-VRGARET  SaRTORI   BuSHEE 

Fr.\nces  Anne  Cooper 
Catherine  Dennis 
Elma  Wittnam  Dey 
Helen  Pearl  Goold 
Julia  Anne  Karth 
Mary  MacDermott  Kern 


John  Otto  Baumler 
Edward  Othello  Carter 
Waldo  Emerson  Frohardt 


Helen  Victoria  Lynn 
Mary  Janice  Osborne 
Dorothy  Irene  Roberts 
Alice  Elizabeth  Stone 
IMargaret  Minor  Stoutenburg 
Mary  Louise  Strubinger 
Georgia  Mary  Thiel 
Lucille  Florence  Warren 
Clara  Beauman  Williams 
Louise  Arminta  Young 


In  Industrial  Education 


Harmon  Dale  Roberts 
James  Adelbert  Scott 
Charles  Prentiss  Smith 


In  Music  Education 


Marguerite  Irene  Biondi 
Phyllis  ^^Iarvel  Brown 
Katherine  Colp 
Rhea  Verona  Crews 
Helen  Kathryn  Granger 
Dorothy  ^Iarguerite  Harrowell 
Wayne  Snyder  Hertz 
Arlene  Naomi  Jackson 


William  Theodore  Loblaw 
Vivian  Sylvia  Mortensen 
Thomas  Irwin  Nalbach 
Mildred  Alice  Parker 
Thomas  Wayne  Perdue 
Barbara  Lee  Snider 
Edna  Sprague 
Dora  Esther  Thacker 


22 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ij,  ipj-? 


In  Physical  Education 


Bron  Constantine  Bacevich 
Edward  Drake  Burmeister 
Philip  James  Fahs 


Roy  Nathaniel  Green 
Charles  Francis  McEuen 
John  Daniel  Smith 


The  School  of  Journalism 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Journalism 


Mary  Katherine  Adams 

Ruth  Eugenia  Ashmore 

Henry  Porter  Avery 

Wilbur  James  Blakeslee 

Marjory  Spangler  Blatt 

Norman  Watson  Callow 

Howard  Sewell  Carpenter 

Eva  Wheeler  Davis 

Marjorie  Ruth  Ehrman 

Bertha  Marie  Enger,  with  Honors 

Mary  Margaret  Fernholz 

Mary  Jane  Fithian 

Clarence  Albert  Frazer,  Jr. 

Hazel  Mary  Garvey 

Roy  Kermit  Graham 

Florence  Lewis  Grigsby 

Elston  David  Herron,  with  Honors 

Ruth  Geneva  Hitt 

Harold  Benson  Jewell 

Morris  Katz 

Richard  Peter  Kern 

Edwin  Frederick  Koenig 


Philip  King  Lantz 
Joseph  Myron  Magnuson 
Harry  Wieland  Moody 
Audrey  Anita  Moore 
Gertrude  Louise  O'Brien 
Dorothy  Louise  Oliver 
Elmira  Ball  O'Neal 
Dorothy  Irene  Posvic 
Theodore  Thomas  Quinn 
James  Barrett  Reston,  Jr. 
Ralph  Eugene  Schooley 
Cedric  Errol  Schumacher 
Edward  Irwin  Serlin 
James  Andrew  Shearer,  with 

Honors 
Frank  Spangler 
Fred  Werner  Steuernagel 
Mary  Taylor  Swartz 
John  Foster  Temple 
Ruth  Louise  Truman 
William  Kenneth  Turner 
Lillian  Clara  Walling 


The  College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Architecture 


Reno  Joseph  Biondi,  with  Honors 
Chauncey  Mason  Buck 
Fay  Abel  Chaney 
Trace  Christenson,  Jr. 
Lawrence  Walter  Crawford 
Robert  Ward  Duryee 
Herbert  Erenberg 
John  Joseph  Fitzpatrick 
John  Scranton  Glossinger 
Albert  Allen  Gould 
Max  Greenberg 


Alvin  Edward  Grellinger, 

with  High  Honors 
Philip  Michael  Grennan 
Richard  Emanuel  Hult 
Frederick  Thomas  Hyland 
Fred  Daniel  Kay,  with  Honors 
Frank  Joseph  Lapasso 
Driver  Bradshaw  Lindsay 
William  Frank  McVaugh,  Jr. 
Kenneth  Woodward  AIills 


The  College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts 


23 


Oscar  John  Ogg 

Francis  John  Rose 

Fred  William  Salogga,  with 

Honors 
Karl  Richard  Schwarz 
Robert  Nathan  Sheley 


Frank  C  Stover,  II 
Edward  Joseph  Strougal 
Ralph  Augustine  Vaughn 
Donald  Funk  Vogel 
Perry  Morton  Wilcox 
Walter  Victor  Wuellner 


In  Architectural  Engineering 


Edward  ^IcCarter  Anderson 
Peyton  Buckner  Byrne 
Lewis  Fred  Concklin 
Sigfrid  August  Dahlstrom 
Herbert  E  Ellison 
Julius  Francis  Elman 
Edward  Henry  English 
George  Robert  Fink,  with  High 

Honors 
Webster  Gazley,  II 
George  Malory  Groeting 
Leslie  Frank  Hansen 
Paut.  Buehler  Holt 
William  Henderson  Hunter 
Truxton  Ferdinand  Keating 
Richard  Benson  Kitch,  with 

Honors 
Elmer  H  L  Langohr 
Louis  Leaf 
Edward  Albert  Lejeck 


Alexander  Louis  Levy,  Jr. 

Sidney  Lipson 

George  Gordon  Nelson 

Christy  M  Nicely 

Edward  Osgood 

Ting  Pao 

Louis  R  Roehm 

Jack  Harold  Satin 

Eugene  John  Schad 

John  Sherer  Shiff 

Herbert  N  Stein 

Harry  Clayton  Sutch 

Glenn  E  Thiel 

Barney  Gaston  Tokarsky 

Merton  Dorrell  Turley 

William  Wright  Vanderkolk 

Saul  S  Weinberg 

George  M  Wicker  sham 

Robert  Klinkert  Williams 


In  Landscape  Architecture 


Edgar  Leslie  Bannister 
James  Gordon  Bennett 
Ralph  S  Ellifrit,  with  High 

Honors 
H  Russell  Griffith 


Vernon  David  Irish 
Lawrence  Lyman  Lehmann 
Gerald  Farrington  Nelson 
Fred  Haws  Schumacher,  with 
Honors 


In  the  City  Planning  Option  in  Landscape  Architecture 
Theodore  Hartley  Forbes 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Music 


James  Nelson  Adams 

Helen  Alexandra  Blaszczenski 

Marcella  Brownson 

Mildred  Carol  Cook,  with  High 

Honors 
Carmen  Sylva  Siegel 


James  Adolph  Sullivan 
Virginia  B  Summers,  with  High 

Honors 
Thelma  Louise  Utterback,  with 

Honors 


The  Graduate  School 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Botany 

Gladys  Chapxotte  Galligar,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1931 

Margaret  Mary  Huesing,  A.B.,  Rosary  College,  1930 

Esther  Julia  Nissen,  A.B.,  Iowa  State  Teachers  College,  1930 

Vernice  Rathmell,  A.B.,  1931 

Florence  Dawson  Smith,  A.B.,  Grinnell  College,  1930 


24  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  i^,  ip^2 

In  Chemistry 

Jared  Hewes  Ford,  A.B.,  Oberlin  College,  1931 

Donald  Sherwood  Frederick,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1931 

In  Classics 

Alma  Kruse  Antrim,  A.B.,  Greenville  College,  1917 

Edna  Eaton  Crain,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1926 

Chauncey  Edgar  Finch,  A.B.,  1930 

Ruth  Margaret  Healy,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1929 

Levi  Robert  Lind,  A.B.,  1929 

Pearl  Viola  Meyer,  A.B.,  1931 

Mary  Margaret  Sauer,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929 

In  Economics 

Frank  Anton  Bertetti,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1927 
Howard  MacDowell  Cameron,  A.B.,  Kansas  State  Teachers  College    (Pitts- 
burg), 1925 
Theodore  August  Christian  Helmreich,  A.B.,  1932 
Pearl  Marie  Smith  Maybach,  A.B.,  1931 

John  William  Roche,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1928 
Hortis  Augustus  Shaver,  A.B.,  Ohio  University,  1931 
Ruth  Shriver,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1923 

In  Education 

Lester  Cloyd  Cannon,  B.S.,  1920 

Edna  Carson,  A.B.,  1928 

Robert  Benjamin  Ernest,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929 

Raymond  Warren  Hicks,  A.B.,  Colgate  University,  1907 

Vernon  Lewis  Nickell,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929 

John  William  Perkins,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929 

Winifred  Long  Smith,  B.S.,  1927 

Mary  Elizabeth  von  Almen,  B.S.,  1931 

In  English 

Theodore  Parsons  Cavins,  B.S.,  1928 

Catharine  Foxen,  A.B.,  Rosary  College,  1931 

Sibyl  Flowers  Johnson,  A.B.,  Shurtleff  College,  1920 

Neva  Whitford  Jones,  A.B.,  1922 

Carol  Aikman  Klinger,  A.B.,  Wabash  College,  1928 

Emma  Jane  Shepherd,  A.B.,  1930 

Irene  Gertrude  Watson,  B.S.,  James  Millikin  University,  1929 

Freda  Alma  Wise,  B.S.,  1931 

Irma  Cloe  Witmore,  A.B.,  McPherson  College,  1922 

Howard  Earl  Wrench,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1928 

Walter  Francis  Wright,  B.S.,  Miami  University,  1930 

In  Entomology 
Paul  Osborn  Ritcher,  A.B.,  1931 

In  Geology 
Carl  Frederick  Grubb,  A.B.,  1931 

In  German 

Marie  Louise  Bauer,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1931 
Alice  Marie  Martin,  A.B.,  Monmouth  College,  1931 
Florence  Louise  Rathert,  A.B.,  Butler  University,  1931 


The  Graduate  School  25 


In  History 

Selig  Adler,  A.B.,  University  of  Buffalo,  1931 

LoRETTA  Angela  Arvin,  A.B.,  Indiana  State  Teachers  College,  1928 

William  Exdon  Baringek,  B.S.,  1931 

Muriel  Alice  Barnett,  A.B.,  Illinois  Woman's  College,  1930 

Robert  Gehlman  Bone,  A.B.,  Wooster  College,  1928 

Mabel  Marion  Goff,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1931 

Mary  Louise  Irvin,  A.B.,  1931 

Eli  Gilbert  Lentz,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1930 

Myrtle  Christine  Miller,  A.B.,  1928 

In  Library  Science 

Doris  Wiley  Achelfohi,  A.B.,  Lindenv^^ood  College,  1928;   B.S.  (Lib.),  1929 
Grace  Fannie  Crumpacker,  A.B.,  McPherson  College,  1923;    B.S.  (Lib.),  1928 
Gerald  Herbert  Sandy,  A.B.,  State  University  of  Iowa,  1928;   B.S.  (Lib.),  1929 
Arnold  Herman  Trotier,  A.B.,  Nebraska  State  Normal  School,  1925 
Elvin  Schuyler  Warrick,  A.B.,  Otterbein  College,  1921 ;   B.S.  (Lib.),  1927 
Harriet  Proctor  Wirick,  A.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1926;    B.S.,  University 
of  Minnesota,  1929 

In  Mathematics 

Sister  Mary  Roberdette  Burns,  B.A.,  Clarke  College,  1931 
Albert  Koen  Denny,  B.S.,  M.S.,  Lincoln  College,  1907,  1910 
Carl  John  Louis  Kleyensteuber,  A.B.,  Carthage  College,  1931 
Arthur  Wilbur  Meek,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1931 
Virginia  Modesitt,  A.B.,  Mt.  Holyoke  College,  1931 
Marvin  G  Moore,  A.B.,  University  of  Arkansas,  1931 

In  Political  Science 

Edward  Lawrence  Adams,  Jr.,  A.B.,  1929 

Marion  Edward  Gardner,  A.B.,  Berea  College,  1931 

Robert  Clark  Keough,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1931 

Gilbert  Gillespie  Lentz,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1931 

In  Romance  Languages 

Francene  Augusta  Bartlett,  Ph.B.,  Shurtleff  College,  1931 

Emilio  Cofresi,  A.B.,  University  of  West  Virginia,  1927 

Fr.\nces  Elizabeth  Heggstrom,  A.B.,  Rockford  College,  1931 

Ednamae  McClelland,  A.B.,  1931 

Helen  Thompson  Mills,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1919 

May  Anne  Parsons,  A.B.,  1931 

Camille  Barnett  Power,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1922 

Eunice  May  Schmitt,  B.S.,  1931 

Evelyn  Mae  Schwarztrauber,  A.B.,  Lake  Forest  College,  1931 

Josephine  Spangler,  A.B.,  Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1930 

Erma  Mary  Vogelpohl,  Ph.B.,  Shurtleff  College,  1930 

In  Sociology 
Arthur  Vincent  Houghton,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1926 

In  Zoology 

Dorothy  Adelaide  Altringer,  A.B.,  1930 

William  Carl  Van  Deventer,  A.B.,  Central  College  (Missouri),  1930 


26  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ij,  ip32 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Accountancy 

Thomas  Harvey  Beadles,  B.S.,  1930 

Ken  YON  Davis  Bowes,  B.S.,  193 1 

Glenn  Harrison  Breen,  B.S.,  1929 

Walker  Elliott  Campbell,  B.S.,  1928 

Clema  Thomas  Grove,  A.B.,  B.S.,  Indiana  State  Teachers  College,  1922,  1926 

Ralph  Orville  Linville,  B.S.,  1931 

George  Donald  Meid,  B.S.,  Butler  University,  1931 

Louis  H  Melcher,  B.S.,  1931 

Milton  M  Troy,  B.S.,  1931 

In  Agronomy 

Robert  Wesley  Bills,  B.S.,  1925 

Arnold  William  Klemme,  B.S.,  University  of  Alissouri,  1925 

In  Architecture 

Arthur  Bassin,  B.S.,  1931 

Warren  William  Day,  B.S.,  1910 

Robert  Vincent  Goldsborough,  B.S.,  Armour  Institute  of  Technology,  1930 

Driver  Bradshaw  Lindsay,  B.S.,  1931 

In  Architectural  Engineering 
Edward  George  Schaefer,  B.S.,  1930 

In  Bacteriology 

Roy  Elmer  Litwiller,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930 
August  Theron  Perkins,  B.S.,  1929 

In  Botany 

Lauretta  Ewing  Fox,  B.S.,  Westminster  College,  1931 

Opal  Cameron  Hartline,  B.S.,  McKendree  College,  1925 

Stella  Araminta  Holmes,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1930 

Albert  Smith  Johnson,  B.S.,  Indiana  State  Teachers  College,  1929 

James  Morton  Schopf,  A.B.,  University  of  Wyoming,  1930 

In  Business  Organization  and  Operation 

Richard  Mason  Bourne,  B.S.,  Colorado  Agricultural  and  Mechanical  College, 
193 1 

In  Ceramics 

James  Patrick  Breen,  B.S.,  1927 

In  Ceramic  Engineering 

Robert  Karl  Smith,  B.S.,  Alfred  University,  1930 

Hans  Thurnauer,  Dipl.  Ing.  Technische  Hochschule,  Berlin,  1931 

Delos  Herschel  Wamsley,  B.S.,  Alfred  University,  1930 

In  Chemistry 

William  Dewain  Allers,  B.S.,  1931 

Walter  Anton  Carlson,  B.S.,  1931 

Shih  Liang  Chien,  B.S.,  Tsing  Hua  University,  1931 

Ines  Eleanor  Clayton,  B.S.,  1931 

James  Martin  Cross,  B.S.,  1931 


The  Graduate  School  27 


John  Willis  Cusic,  A.B.,  DePauvv  Universilj',  1931 

John  Clifford  Eck,  B.S.,  Montana  State  College,  1931 

Don  Brf.nt  Forman,  A.B.,  University  of  Kentucky.  I93i 

Roland  Hf,nry  Goshorn,  A.B.,  North  Alanchester  College,  1929 

William  Edward  Hanford,  B.S.,  Philadelphia  College  of  Pharmacy  and  Science, 

1930 
Sylvia  Kilton  Hick,  B.S.,  1928 

Donald  Fletcher  Holmes,  A.B.,  Amherst  College,  1931 
Carroll  Everett  Imhoff,  13. S.,  1931 
Edward  Arthur  Parker,  B.S.,  1930 
Seymour  I  Peskind,  B.S.,  1931 
Richard  Forse  Peterson,  B.S.,  1931 

Robert  Frederick  Peterson,  A.B.,  University  of  Montana,  1931 
Roderick  Donald  Pinkerton,  B.S.,  1931 

Tames  Burbank  Reed,  B.S.,  Massachusetts  State  College,  1927 
Walter  Kenneth  Robinson,  B.S.,  Lombard  College,  1929 
Lester  Edward  Schniepp,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1931 
Fr.\ncis  Ralph  Scholl,  B.S.,  Northwestern  University,  1931 
Ax.\dimir  Charles  Sekera,  B.S.,  1931 
^[ax  Paul  Staley,  B.S.,  1931 
Paul  Woodard  Thompson,  B.S.,  1930 
Clarence  Kalman  Wiesman,  B.S.,  1931 

In  Civil  Engineering 

Alexander  John  Albertis,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1931 

Alvin  Berthold  Auerbach,  B.S.,  Armour  Institute  of  Technology,  1931 

David  Joseph  Brumley,  B.S.,  1931 

Louis  Frank  Buran,  B.S.,  Carnegie  Institute  of  Technology,  1930 

William  Leighton  Collins,  B.S.,  1928 

Rudyard  Merwin  Cook,  B.S.,  Case  School  of  Applied  Science,  1931 

Thomas  James  Dolan,  B.S.,  1929 

Charles  Overton  Harris,  B.S.,  1930 

George  Edgar  Jewett,  B.S.,  University  of  Notre  Dame,  1929 

Mitat  Ahmet  Kassim,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1931 

MiLo  Smith  Ketchum,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1931 

Glenn  Murphy,  B.S.,  M.S.,  University  of  Colorado,  1929,  1930 

Abraham  Samuel  Neiman,  B.S.,  University  of  Michigan,  1921 

Nathan  Mortimore  Newmark,  B.S.,  Rutgers  University,  1930 

Paul  Ellsworth  Nielsen,  B.S.,  1927 

Gilbert  C.\rleton  Unger,  Jr.,  B.S.,  University  of  Virginia,  1928 

John  Nicolas  Vallis,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1931 

Liu  Sheng  Wu,  B.S.,  Massachusetts  Institute  of  Technology,  1930 

In  Dairy  Husbandry 
Russell  Jennings  Ramsey,  B.S.,  1930 

In  Economics 

Robert  Kenton  Conrad,  B.S.,  1931 
Richard  Hardin  Downing,  B.S.,  1931 
Charles  Stewart  Havens,  B.S.,  1927 
Severin  Peter  Langhoff,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1931 
Paul  Homer  Moore,  B.S.,  1931 
William  Howard  Taylor,  B.S.,  1931 

In  Education 

AuDR.\  Earl  Cockrum,  A.B.,  1928 

Fred  Romain  Prusha,  B.S.,  Coe  College,  191 7 

Donald  Leroy  Quinsey,  B.S.,  1924 

Dewey  Bernard  Stuit,  B.S.,  1931 

Arnold  R  von  Lehsten,  B.S.,  1924 


28  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  i^,  1^32 

In  Electrical  Engineering 

Adam  Essler  Abel,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1931 

William  Curtis  Adams,  B.S.,  1931 

Wilfred  Marion  Hesselberth,  B.S.,  1931 

Harold  E  Keneipp,  B.S.,  1927 

George  Wellington  Pickels,  IV,  B.S.,  1931 

Moustafa  Me-hmed  Santour,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1930;   M.S.,  Case  School  of 

Applied  Science,  1931 
William  Dwight  Shannon,  B.S.,  1931 
David  Edgar  Wiegand,  B.S.,  1931 
Richard  Wells  World,  B.S.,  1928 

In  Entomology 
John  Harwood  Evans,  B.S.,  1923 

In  Farm  Organization  and  Management 

Marshall  Dees  Harris,  B.S.,  University  of  Kentucky,  1926 
Lloyd  Vincent  Sherw^ood,  B.S.,  1931 

In  Geology 

George  Vincent  Cohee,  B.S.,  1931 

Harry  Stephen  Kilian,  A.B.,  1930 

Edwin  Lester  MacVeigh,  A.B.,  1930 

Joseph  Muzzy  Trefethen,  A.B.,  Colby  College,  1931 

Donald  Desmond  Utterback,  A.B.,  1930 

In  Home  Economics 

Lillian  Mae  Merritt,  B.S.,  Eureka  College,  1924 
Janice  Minerva  Smith,  A.B.,  1930 
Lucille  Rankin  Webber,  B.S.,  1928 

In  Horticulture 

Robert  William  Patrick,  B.S.,  1925 
Brayton  Ladd  Weaver,  B.S.,  1925 

In  Mathematics 

Henry  William  Taylor,  A.B.,  College  of  Emporia,  1921 ;    A.M.,  University  of 
Kansas,  1922 

In  Mining  Engineering 

Yu-Lun  Chu,  B.S.,  Pei  Yang  University,  1925 
Ching  Wang,  B.S.,  Peking  National  University,  1923 

In  Physics 

Samuel  Poucher  Mitchell,  B.S.,  1931 

Merrill  Paul  Rassweiler,  B.S.,  Beloit  College,  1930 

In  Physiology 
Osw^ALD  Sidney  Orth,  B.S.,  1929 


The  Graduate  School  29 


In  Railway  Engineering 

Jefferson  Chin  Hsiao,  B.S.,  Chiao-Tung  University,  1931 

Taylor-Chien  Lee,  B.S.,  Shantung  Industrial  College,  1926;    B.S.,  Purdue  Uni- 
versity, 1930 

In  Theoretical  and  Applied  Mechanics 

Paul  Andersen,  B.S.,  Royal  Polytechnic  Institute  (Copenhagen),  1923 

John  Frederick  Haake,  A.B.,  1931 

James  Carey  Othus,  M.E.,  Cornell  University,  1917 

Thomas  Geer  Taylor,  B.S.,  1930 

Harold  Bertr.\m  Wishart,  B.S.,  1931 

In  Transportation 
Albert  Charles  Fries,  B.S.,  1931 

In  Zoology 

John  Robert  Buchheit,  B.S.,  Hamline  University,  1929 

Clarence  William  Clancy,  JB.S.,  1930 

Lowell  Fred  Galbreath,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1931 

Donald  John  O'Donnell,  B.S.,  1931 

Sigurd  Ferdinand  Olson,  B.S.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1920 

Joe  Marion  Parker,  A.B.,  1930 

John  Yin  Chieh  Watt,  A.B.,  State  University  of  Iowa,  1931 


Candidates  for  Professional  Degrees  in  Engineering 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Architecture 
Charles  Alexander  Gunn,  B.S.,  1892 

The  Degree  of  Civil  Engineer 

Russell  Alger  Hall,  B.C.E.,  University  of  Michigan,  1916;   M.S.,  1924 
Frederic  Theodore  Mavis,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1922,  1926 
Wayne  Ransom  Woolley,  B.S.,  1927 
Leigh  Francis  Joseph  Zerbee,  B.S.,  191 1 

The  Degree  of  Electrical  Engineer 

Albert  Jay  Clarkson,  B.S.,  1916 
R.\LPH  Robert  Richart,  B.S.,  1927 

The  Degree  of  Mechanical  Engineer 

Frank  Butler  Doyle,  B.S.,  1920;   M.S.,  Cornell  University,  1923 

Harry  John  Klotz,  B.S.,  1912 

Maurice  Olchoff,  B.S.,  1923 

Ching  Pong  Pei,  B.S.,  Tangshan  Engineering  College,  1921 ;   M.S.,  1923 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 

In  Agronomy 

Henry  Llovt)  Buckardt,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1926,  1929.  Effect  of  fall,  winter  and  spring 
seeding  on  yield,  certain  plant  characters,  quality  and  germination  of  wheat 
varieties. 


30  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ij,  1932 

In  Botany 

CoNSTANTiNE  JoHN  Alexopoulos,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1927,  1928.     A  Comparative  study 

of  certain  pycnidial  fungi  from  Vitis. 
Harold  Ross  McLarty,  B.A.,  M.A.,  McMaster  University,  1916,  1920.     Perennial 

canker  of  apple  trees. 

In  Chemistry 

Charles  Brunner  Becker,  S.B.,  S.AI.,  University  of  Chicago,  1928,  1929.  The 
stereochemical  properties  of  2,  2'-difluoro-6,  6'-dimethoxy-3,  3'-dicarboxy- 
diphenyl. 

Alfred  Theodore  Blomquist,  A.B.,  M.S.,  1928,  1929.  A  study  of  conjugated 
unsaturated  hydrocarbons. 

Clyde  Train  Caldwell,  B.S.,  Earlham  College,  1922;  M.S.,  1923.  Growth  ex- 
periments with  mixtures  of  amino  acids. 

Kenneth  Edwin  Corrigan,  B.S.,  Knox  College,  1928;   M.S.,,  1930. 
I.  Diffraction  studies  with  X-rays  of  long  wave  length. 
II.  New  construction  features  of  X-ray  tubes. 
III.  The  application  of  X-rays  of  high  intensity  to  the  study  of  unstable  and 
changing  structures. 

Charles  Harold  Fisher,  B.S.,  Roanoke  College,  1928;  AI.S.,  1929.  Hindered 
alpha-halo  ketones. 

Dorothea  Haas,  B.A.,  Mt.  Holyoke  College,  1928.  The  transference  numbers  of 
some  rare  earth  ions. 

Vernal  Richard  Hardy,  B.S.,  McKendree  College,  1928;  M.S.,  1930.  Chemical 
reactions  in  the  solid  state.  Preparation  of  alkaline  earth  metal  and  mag- 
nesium perchlorates.     Reaction  between  sulfur  and  ammonium  perchlorate. 

William  Foley  Henry,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1929,  1930.   Physical  properties  of  salt  vapors. 

JUDSON  Harry  Holloway,  Jr.,  B.S.,  M.S.,  University  of  Denver,  1924,  1926. 
The  synthesis  of  benzaldehyde  from  benzene  and  carbon  monoxide  under 
pressure. 

William  Christian  Klingelhoefer,  Jr.,  B.S.,  University  of  Pittsburgh,  1925. 
Atomic  chlorine  and  its  reactions. 

Edward  Merrill  McMahon,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1927;  M.S.,  1929. 
A  comparison  of  the  methoxyl  and  fluorine  groups  in  their  influence  on  the 
restriction  of  rotation  in  ortho  substituted  diphenyls. 

Ralph  Edward  AIeints,  B.S.,  M.S.,  Iowa  State  College,  1927,  1928.  Observa- 
tions on  the  rare  earths:  Preparation  and  properties  of  Lanthanum  Amal- 
gam Lanthanum  metal  and  its  structure. 

Howard  Everett  Munro,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1928,  I\I.S.,  1929. 
Tetraphenyldiphenylethinylethane. 

Paul  Russell  Shildneck,  B.S.,  M.S.,  University  of  Nebraska,  1928,  1929. 
Stereochemistry  of  diphenylbenzenes.  Preparation  and  properties  of  cer- 
tain brominated  dimesityl-hydroquinones  and  their  derivatives. 

Roger  Wolcott  Stoughton,  B.S.,  M.S.,  Aliddlebury  College,  1927,  1928.  The 
stereoisomerism  of  2,  2',  6-trisubstituted  diphenyls. 

George  Edgar  Symons,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1928,  1930.  The  anaerobic  bacterial  hydrol- 
ysis of  carbohydrates. 

Eugene  Hurlbut  Woodruff,  A.B.,  Grinnell  College,  1926.  The  preparation  and 
resolution  of  2,  2',  4,  4'-tetracarboxy-6,  6'-diphenyl-3,  3'-dipyridyl. 

Han  Ching  Yuan,  B.S.,  Tsing  Hua  University,  1929.  I.  Stereoisomerism  of 
diphenyls.  II.  Salts  of  diiodomethane  disulfonic  acid.  III.  Synthesis  of 
2-mesityl-l,  4-naphthoquinone  and  its  derivatives. 

In  Classics 

Katharine  Sybil  Tubbs,  A.B.,  Bates  College,  1928;  A.Al,  1930.  The  Greek 
versions  of  Jerome's  Life  of  Saint  Paul  of  Thebes. 


The  Graduate  School  31 


In  Dairy  Husbandry 

Charles  Andrew  Brown,  B.S.,  j\I.S.,  Purdue  University,  1917,  1920.  Recent 
adjustments  to  low  dairy  prices  within  the  dairy  industry. 

Harold  Kenneth  Wilson,  B.S.,  1929;  Al.S.,  University  of  California,  1930. 
Factors  affecting  the  marketability  of  fluid  milk. 

In  Economics 

David  Miers  Beights,  A.B.,  University  of  Colorado,  1925 ;  M.S.,  1927.  Financ- 
ing American  rubber  manufacturing  companies. 

Daniel  Borth,  Jr.,  B.S.,  University  of  Kansas,  1927;  M.S.,  1928.  Capitalization 
of  public  service  corporations.  (Its  relation  to  the  rate  base,  the  rate  of 
return  and  service). 

Cecil  Clayton  Carpenter,  B.S.,  University  of  Kentucky,  1926;  M.S.,  1927. 
Monetary  theory  in  England  during  the  bank  restriction  period,   1 797-1821. 

Robert  Phillip  Hackett,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1923,  1926.  Consolidation  in  the  drug 
industry'. 

W'ilbert  Eugene  Karrenbrock,  A.B.,  Central  Wesleyan  Coliege,  1921 ;  B.S., 
M.S.,  1923,  1924.  The  administration  of  municipal  funds  with  special  ref- 
erence to  Illinois  cities.  ' 

Ernest  Gilmore  Lewis,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Texas,  1926,  1928.  Some  con- 
tributions of  John  Sherman  to  Public  and  Private  Finance,  1855-1881. 

Kenneth  Dean  Luney,  A.B.,  Geneva  College,  1924;  A.M.,  1928.  Mr.  Justice 
Brandeis  and  the  problems  of  labor. 

In  Education 

Max  Dissette  Engelhart,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1923,  1926.  The  problems  and  techniques 
of  educational  research. 

In  Engineering 

Ralph  Louis  Scorah,  B.S.,  M.S.,  Purdue  University,  1924,  1925.  The  thermo- 
dynamics of  detonation  with  application  to  mixtures  of  hydrogen  and 
oxygen. 

In  English 

Harold  Holliday  Watts,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1927,  1928.  The  intellectual  and  artistic 
development  of  Lord  Lytton. 

In  Geology 

John  Archer  Culbertson,  A.B.,  Hanover  College,  1921 ;  M.S.,  University  of 
Chicago,  1924.  The  paleontology  and  stratigraphy  of  the  Pennsylvanian 
strata  between  Caseyville,  Kentucky,  and  Vinccnnes,  Indiana. 

Oscar  Emil  Wagner,  Jr.,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1928,  1929.  The  paleontology  and  stratig- 
raphy of  the  Kaibab  limestone. 

In  German 

Mi.Mi  Ida  Jehle,  B.E.,  University  of  Akron,  1928;  A.M.,  1929.  Das  deutsche 
Kunstmarchen  von  der  Romantik  zum  Naturalismus.  (The  German  Liter- 
ary Fairy-tale  from  Romanticism  to  Naturalism.) 

Emilie  Ida  Walz  Kubitz,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1916,  1930.  Die  Auffassung  der  Liebe  in 
poetischen  Realismus.     (The  Conception  of  Love  in  Poetic  Realism.) 

John  William  Kurtz,  A.B.,  Wartburg  College,  1927;  A.M.,  1929.  Studies  in 
the  staging  of  the  German  religious  drama  of  the  late  Middle  Ages. 


32  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  Jj,  /pj^ 

Fritz  Moore,  A.B.,  University  of  Akron,  1927 ;  A.M.,  1930.  The  attitude  of  the 
older  Romanticists  towards  Lessing. 

Flora  Emma  Ross,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1910;  A.^i.,  Columbia  Uni- 
versity, 1920.  Goethe  in  France,  with  special  reference  to  Barres,  Bourget, 
and  Gide. 

In  History 

Marian  Elizabeth  Baker,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1928,  1929.  English  factional  politics, 
1596-1599. 

Edward  Victor  Cardinal,  A.B.,  St.  Viator  College,  1920;  A.M.,  Catholic  Uni- 
versity of  America,  1924.     Cardinal  Lorenzo  Campeggio  (1474-1539). 

Clarence  Arthur  Clausen,  A.B.,  St.  Olaf  College,  1923 ;  A.M.,  1929.  Dr. 
Fridtjof  Nansen's  work  as  High  Commissioner  of  the  League  of  Nations. 

Wade  Dewood  David,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Minnesota,  1920,  1925.  Turkey 
and  the  Powers,  1907-1909. 

Leland  Livingston  Sage,  A.B.,  Vanderbilt  University,  1922 ;  A.M.,  1928.  Lord 
Stratford  de  Redcliffe  and  the  origins  of  the  Crimean  War. 

In  Mathematics 

John  Harvey  Butchart,  B.S.,  Eureka  College,  1928;  A.M.,  1929.  HeHces  in 
Euclidean  n-space. 

Miles  C  Hartley,  A.B.,  A.AI.,  B.S.,  1923,  1924,  1926.  Properties  of  algebraic, 
plane  quintics  which  are  invariant  under  finite  collineation  groups. 

Daniel  Tell  Sigley,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Universitj'  of  Kansas,  1927,  1928.  Groups  in- 
volving a  small  number  of  complete  sets  of  conjugates. 

In  Physics 

Harold  Q  Fuller,  A.B.,  Wabash  College,  1928;  A.M.,  1930.  The  effect  of 
oxygen  on  the  fluorescence  and  absorption  spectra  of  iodine. 

Wendell  Hinkle  Furry,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1928;  A.]M.,  1930.  Molec- 
ular energies:    The  lithium  molecule. 

Clarence  Duane  Hause,  A.B.,  Cornell  College,  1927;  A.M.,  1920.  The  band 
spectrum  of  potassium  hydride. 

Clarence  Edward  Ireland,  A.B.,  M.S.,  1926,  1928.  Valence  forces  in  beryllium 
hydride. 

Ralph  Emerson  Nusbaum,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1926;  M.S.,  1929.  The 
magnetic  rotation  spectra  and  heats  of  dissociation  of  Lia,  Naz,  and  K2. 

In  Political  Science 

Lucretia  Little  Ilsley,  A.B.,  Mt.  Holyoke  College,  1928;  A.AL,  1929.  The 
administration  of  mandates  by  the  British  dominions. 

In  Psychology 

Richard  Kenneth  Compton,  A.B.,  Kalamazoo  College,  1926;  A.M.,  University 
of  Michigan,  1929.    An  experimental  and  analytical  study  of  organic  set. 

John  Bascom  Wolfe,  A.B.,  Emory  and  Henry  College,  1925  ;  A.M.,  University  of 
Virginia,  1928.    The  effect  of  delayed  reward  upon  learning  in  the  white  rat. 

In  Zoology 

WiLLARD  Marion  Gersbacher,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 
1926 ;  A.M.,  1928.  The  development  of  stream  bottom  communities  in  cen- 
tral Illinois. 

Daniel  Irvin  Rasmussen,  B.S.,  Brigham  Young  University,  1928;  M.S.,  1930. 
Biotic  communities  of  the  Kaibab  Plateau. 


Degrees  Conferred  June  10,  1932, 
in  Chicago 

The  College  of  Medicine 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


Joseph  Albaum 

Edward  Ragnar  A>rDERSox 

Julius  Aroxow 

Abraham  Aronsox 

Eli  Bard 

George  William  Itzweire  Bard 

Edward  Stuart  Baxter 

Alfred  Paul  Bay 

Marie  Katherine  Bepko 

Max  Berg 

Maxwell  Robert  Bernstein 

Edward  J  Bomze 

David  Joseph  Brown 

Richard  Thomas  Calosio 

Jerry  Chobot 

Sidney  S  Cohen 

Harry  M\tlr  Crystal 

Frank  Benson  Deardorff 

Ben  Burt  Elster 

Harold  Samuel  Feinhandler 

^^Iarshall  Louis  Fisher 

Vincent  Freda 

Ralph  Waldo  Freeman 

Leon  Thomas  Frlin 

WiLLARD  Wilson  Fullerton 

William  Gernon 

Robert  Wagner  Glenn 

Hyman  Harry  Goldstein 

Hyman  Samson  Gordon 

Joseph  Goddard  Gustafson 

Henry  Russell  Hall 

Noel  John  Hershey 

Clarence  C  Holoffe 

Theodore  Holstein 

LoLTS  Alois  Holub 

John  Francis  Hutfman 

Maurice  Bernard  Jacobs 


Harold  Kahn 
Morris  Kaplan 
John  Joseph  Kazakevich 
Charles  Gordon  Keigwin 
Robert  Eugene  Kraft 
Irving  E  Krakower 
Carl  James  Lehwald 
Robert  George  Lemon 
Milton  J  Levin 
Albert  Joseph  Levine 
William  Wayne  Lockwood 
William  Forrester  Maley 
Glenn  Robert  Marshall 
John  Haley  Mathis 
Wilbur  June  Menke,  Jr. 
Thomas  Finn  Nelson 
Harry  H  Nierenberg 
Paul  James  O'Brien 
Irving  Bernard  Richter 
Ralph  Eugene  Rosen 
David  Rosenbloom 
Henry  Carl  Rosenstiel 
John  Bernard  Roth 
Charles  Francis  Row 
Reuben  Rubisoff 
Milton  AIorris  Sciieffler 
Harry  Schultz 
Harry  Robert  Schwartz 
Robert  Meyr  Shagam 
Harold  Loins  Shinall 
Ai.bert  H  Slepyan 
Anton  Smerz 
Paul  Gustav  Thode 
Alex  Sol  Tulsky 
Leonard  V  Wachs 
Walter  Jacob  Zeiter 


The  Certificate  in  Medicine 


Benjamin  Appelman,  B.S. 
Edward  Aron,  Ph.G.,  B.S. 
Lester  White  Baird,  B.S. 
Harry  Gregory  Becker,  B.S. 
D.wid  Andrew  Bennett,  B.S. 
Harry  Berman,  B.S. 
Edward  Charles  Berntxl,  B.S. 
William  Edward  Bretz,  B.S. 
Fannie  Buky,  A.B.,  B.S. 


Thomas  Joseph  Conley,  Jr.,  B.S. 
William  Jackson  Copeland,  A.B., 

B.S. 
Howard  George  Diesner,  B.S. 
William  Clay  Dine,  Jr.,  B.S.,  M.S. 
Samuel  Irwin  Ditkowsky,  B.S. 
Claire  Maurice  Dixon,  B.S. 
Delmar  Eichler  Domke,  B.S. 
Raymond  Flowers  Donovan,  B.S. 


34 


Degrees  Conferred  June  lo,  1932,  in  Chicago 


Murray  Sayle  DuMont,  Ph.G.,  B.S. 

Maurice  Irwin  Edelman,  B.S. 

Gilbert  Harold  Edwards,  A.B.,  B.S. 

Fred  C  Endres,  B.S. 

Arthur  Loyal  Ennis,  B.S. 

Leon  Marius  Erenburg,  B.S. 

Daniel  Feiman,  B.S. 

Albert  Hyman  Feinerman,  B.S. 

Howard  Albert  Finney,  B.S. 

John  Oscar  Firth,  B.S. 

George  Herman  Fleischli,  B.S. 

Jack  Galin 

George  Cullom  Geymer,  B.S. 

John  Hamilton  Gilmore,  B.S. 

George  Goldenberg,  B.S. 

Ephraim  Frank  Goodman,  B.S. 

Leo  Jack  Greenberg,  B.S. 

Milton  Handelman,  B.S. 

Irving  Maurice  Harter,  B.S. 

Rudolph  Hecht,  B.S. 

Robert  Grantham  Hickerson,  B.S. 

Benjamin  Highman,  B.S. 

William  Wallace  Holleman,  B.S. 

Harold  Mark  Hoover,  B.S. 

Joseph  Allan  Hubata,  A.B. 

Paul  Hurwitz,  B.S. 

Runyon  Hungate  Irvin,  B.S. 

David  Smeaton  Jaffray,  B.S. 

Charles  David  Kanter 

Clarence  Francis  Kelly,  B.S. 

Elmer  Joseph  Kocour,  B.S. 

Emanuel  A  Kominik,  B.S. 

Thaddeus  Marion  Koppa 

Harry  Kotler,  B.S. 

Clarence  Samuel  Krakow,  B.S. 

John  Albert  Layman,  A.B.,  B.S. 

Samuel  Sheldon  Leavitt,  B.S. 

Abraham  Leff,  B.S. 

John  Alfred  Legier,  B.S. 

David  Alvin  Lemberg,  B.S. 

David  Lerner,  B.S. 

David  Leonard  Lerner,  B.S. 

Arthur  Harry  Levine,  B.S. 

Ben  William  Lichtenstein,  B.S. 

Loren  Lennoth  Love,  B.S. 

]\Iax  Boyd  McQueen,  B.S. 

Nathan  Allen  Masor 

Armand  Jean  Mauzey,  A.B.,  B.S. 

Alfred  Karl  Meyer,  B.S. 

David  Sidney  Miller,  B.S. 


Joseph  Samuel  Miller,  B.S. 

BuRTis  Edgar  Montgomery,  B.S.,  M.S. 

Milton  Mitchell  Mosko,  B.S. 

Alfred  Henry  Movius,  Jr.,  B.S. 

Theodore  Julius  Nereim,  A.B.,  B.S. 

IsADORE  M  Nimsovitz,  B.S. 

Morris  Phillip  Orloff,  B.S. 

Joseph  Poticha,  B.S. 

Theodore  Newell  Rafferty,  B.S. 

John  Todd  Reynolds,  B.S. 

George  Henry  Rezek,  A.B. 

Paul  Montel  Rice 

Samuel  Irving  Richmond,  B.S. 

George  Ronstrom,  B.S. 

Martin  J  Rosenthal,  B.S. 

Harry  Edward  Ryan,  B.S. 

William  Frank  Sayle,  B.S. 

Ambrose  Daniel  Schneider,  B.S. 

Arthur  Henry  Schumacher,  B.S. 

Arthur  Henry  Schv/artz,  B.S. 

Edward  Edgar  Park  Seidmon,  A.B., 

B.S. 
Vaheh  M  Seron,  B.S. 
Fred  William  Seymour,  B.S. 
Paul  Lawrence  Shallenberger 
Michael  Hershel  Shuger,  B.S. 
Norman  Morison  Shure,  B.S. 
Thelma  Russell  Shurtz,  B.S. 
Lee  Edwarde  Siegel,  B.S. 
Max  Sinay,  B.S. 
Joseph  Stagman,  B.S. 
Walter  Alfred  Stark,  A.B. 
Isadore  Elihu  Steck,  B.S. 
Louis  Mark  Steiner,  B.S. 
Carl  Sugar,  B.S. 
Cecil  Earl  Tate,  B.S. 
Edgar  Abney  Thacker,  A.B.,  B.S. 
Isadore  Louis  Turow,  B.S. 
Isadore  C  Udesky,  B.S. 
Frank  Rudolph  Urban,  B.S. 
Harley  R  Varney,  B.S. 
John  William  Wall,  B.S. 
La  Verne  Myron  Wallheiser,  B.S. 
William  Hester  Walton,  Ph.B.,  B.S. 
Louis  Weinberg,  B.S. 
Merrill  John  Werner 
LoRiN  Dixon  Whittaker,  A.B.,  B.S. 
Finis  Ellsworth  Wilson,  B.S. 
Robert  Bruce  Wilson,  B.S. 
Adelbert  Earnest  Wuesteman,  B.S. 


The  College  of  Dentistry 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


Chester  Frederick  Anderson 
Milton  Field  Anker 
Max  Louis  Belogrodsky 
Ben  Bernard  Block 


Herman  Howard  Crystal 
Jacob  Martin  Goldstein 
Harry  George  Greenstein 
Adolph  Klein 


The  College  of  Dentistry 


35 


Roger  Raymond  Kleix 
Frank  Joseph  Kos 
Murray  Miltz 


Lisbon  Herman  Schmeiske 
jMyron  Hale  Shaner 
Victor  Wittert 


The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Dental  Surgery 


Joseph  Leroy  Berxier 
Leslie  Joseph  Braun 
George  Lee  Carey 
Henry  Gambale  Cerulli,  B.S. 
Charles  Benjieman  Cronk 
Jack  Arthur  Decker 
Joseph  Robert  Dickson 
Frank  Carl  Fabian 
Carl  Lawrence  Green 
George  Hanus,  B.S. 
Cecil  Douglas  Helmer 
Peter  Paul  Iagmin,  B.S. 
Nathaniel  Robert  Isaacs 
George  Sidney  Jacks 
Elmer  Theodore  Jaffe 
Felix  Wilho  Jokela 
Ralph  Edward  Tones 


Hymen  Klingman 
Joseph  Komarek 
Paul  Herschel  Landers 
Leonard  Joseph  Litvan 
Donald  Ludden  McElroy 
Frederic  William  Mahlke 
AIiLFORD  John  Nelson 
Henry  H  Parkin 
Michael  Henry  Pauly,  Jr. 
LIowARD  Miles  Robertson 
SuREN  Manoog  Seron,  B.S. 
John  Stanley  Servine 
Ralph  Harold  Skudstad 
Carl  John  Sommerfeld 
Herbert  Paul  Steinmeyer 
Robert  Marshall  Stephan 
Alfred  Edward  Tobiasz,  B.S. 


The  School  of  Pharmacy 

The  Deg-ree  of  Pharmaceutical  Chemist 


Verna  ^[.\e  Adderley 
Gilbert  Scott  Anderson 
Nicholas  Ardean 
James  A  Armsworth 
Meyer  Backer 
John  Henry  Baker 
Harry  Eugene  Baldwin 
Stanley'  E  Bardo 
Ben  Bernard  Berger 
Charles  Bernard  Bernardi 
George  Gl-nther  Biddle 
George  Edward  Borovicka 
Joseph  Jerry  Cech 
Spas  Chelovich 
Joseph  L  Coleman 
Thomas  D  Cook 
Seymour  Cooperman 
Helen  Ione  Cribb 
^Ieyer  Crane 
Thomas  John  Curtin 
John  Bern.^rd  Daniel 
Daniel  T  Dragel 
Aloysius  Drazek 
Russell  Emerson  Eastburn 
Elmer  Fisher 
Orville  Robert  Frey 
Earl  ^[  Friesenecker 
Walter  Geleta 
John  Clifford  Giles 
Harvey  Glass 
^Laurice  Robert  Goldberg 


Boris  Golden 
Myron  Goldsmith 
Arthur  Goslin 
Seymour  E  Greenberg 
Mary  Erma  Gvozdjak 
Jay  Allen  Handler 
Ralph  Marshall  Henninger 
Hugo  Robert  Hitzelberger 
Samuel  Hoffen 
Elvera  Marie  Holton 
James  Leopold  Hora 
Charles  Joseph  Horky 
Anthony  William  Horvat 
Sidney  Israelite 
Russell  Ernest  Johnson 
Willard  William  Johnson 
Roy  Allen  Jones 
Charles  Peter  Kakanauskas 
George  Edward  Kalina 
Henry  Sieber  Kepner 
Victor  Henry  King 
Nicholas  John  Kirincich 
Francis  Kisla 
Eberhard  J  Klostermann 
Frank  Louis  Kohout 
Mildred  Korous 
Edward  i\Iusaf  Krinsky 
Maryan  Joseph  Kutza 
William  Charles  Little 
Harry  Ambrose  McCann 
Harry  Markovsky 


36 


Degrees  Conferred  June  lo,  1932,  in  Chicago 


Salvatore  V  Marzullo 
John  Matthew  Mazurek 
James  Edward  Michael 
Alex  Millman 
Nicholas  Misjukowetz 
Salvatore  Motto 
Meyer  Mutchnik 
David  Nathanson 
Clarence  Newman 
Edward  Nowak 
Alexander  Manuel  Oris 
Melvin  F  Pape 
Alden  Harry  Perkins 
William  Joseph  Petrauskas 
Milton  Ernest  Petrick 
Zenon  Kasimir  Plohocki 
Jules  Plotkin 
Jerry  John  Polacek 
William  Estel  Polen 
Ralph  F  Pratt 
Joseph  Herman  Press 
Maurice  Press 
Peter  Quillman 
Robert  James  Reimers 
Vincent  Frank  Rini 
Nathan  Roskin 


Remo  Anthony  Rosy 

Cpiarles  Rozen 

Edward  Rubin 

Francis  George  Ruckstuhl 

Joseph  Anton  Sanda 

Harold  F  Savage 

Joseph  Schechtman 

James  Skor 

Jack  Sloan 

Leo  Soukup 

Edward  Stangle 

Sam  Strauss 

John  Nicholas  Tessitore 

Irving  Torgownik 

Martin  Trulli 

Joseph  Frank  Vacha 

Otto  j\Iiles  Vanek 

Joseph  Robert  Villani 

Val  Watt 

Jerry  William  Wedral 

Wayne  Bernhard  Wolters 

Henry  Wong 

William  Wilkinson  Wright 

Harold  Edward  Youssi 

Rufin  H  E  Zaleski 

Ellen  Cohen  (Class  of  1931) 


The  Certificate  in  Pharmacy 


Harold  Norman  Cohen 

Roy  Joseph  Delhaye 

Frank  Bernard  Drexel 

David  Golden 

Rose  Lillian  Gorodazky 

Joseph  Grais 

Jack  Kaplan 


Blossom  Kohn 

George  William  Kotlan 

Jack  Levin 

Joseph  Edward  Lohr 

Samuel  Edward  Ross 

Louis  Charles  Sherman 


The  Graduate  School 
The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 


In  Anatomy 
George  Nelson  Ronstrom,  B.S.,  1931 

In  Bacteriology 

Herbert  Eli  McDaniels,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1925 
Michael  Hershel  Shuger,  B.S.,  1931 

In  Orthodontia 

John  James  Holub,  D.D.S.,  1930 
Lynn  Carter  Wilkinson,  D.D.S.,  1930 


The  Graduate  School  37 


In  Pathology 

Edward  Charles  Bernell,  B.S.,  1930 

Rudolph  Hecht,  B.S.,  1930 

Benjamin  High  man,  B.S.,  1930 

Ben  Zion  Rappaport,  B.S.,  AI.D.,  1920,  1923 

Arthur  Harold  Schwartz,  B.S.,  1930 

In  Pharmacology 

John  Oscar  Firth,  B.S.,  Monmouth  College,  1921 

Max  Boyd  AIcQueen,  B.S.,  1930 

Lawrence  Templeton,  B.S.,  Oregon  State  College,  1927 

In  Physiological  Chemistry 

S.  K.  E.  Lieboner,  A.B.,  Rockford  College,  1928 
Margaret  Eugenie  AIilliken,  A.B.,  Colorado  College,  1926 

In  Physiology 

Lucius  Matlock  Dillman,  B.S.,  1931 

Edgar  Abney  Thacker,  A.B.,  B.S.,  1927,  1930 

In  Therapeutics 
Maynarp  Kiplinger  Hine,  D.D.S.,  1930 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last 
Commencement 


Conferred  in  August  and  October,  1931, 
and  in  February,  1932 

The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Margaret  Elizabeth  Alexander 

(August) 
George  Harold  Ashline,  Jr. (October) 
Martha  Byrd  Baker  (February) 
John  Albert  Beckwith  (February) 
George  Allen  Bertelsman  (October) 
Booker  Taliaferro  Blackwell 

(October) 
William  Sheldon  Blaisdell 

(February) 
Evelyn  Mae  Bosenbury  (October) 
Irene  Dorothy  Boyer  (February) 
JuLMA  Violet  Brown  (October) 
Earl  Clifford  Bucher,  with  Honors 

in  Chemistry  (October) 
Clifford  Leslie  Carroll  (October) 
Charlotte  Elizabeth  Claussen 

(February) 
Charles  William  Conrad  (October) 
Theodor  James  Cooper  (October) 
Ralph  Phillip  Darling  (February) 
Clifford  Armstrong  Davidson 

(October) 
Herbert  William  Dey  (October) 
Charles  Frederick  Dickinson,  Jr. 

(October) 
James  Richard  Dorsey  (February) 
Joseph  Everett  Ewers  (February) 
Alfred  Frank  Finkl  (October) 
Frank  Victor  Flaska,  with  Honors 

in  History  (February) 
Frank  Russell  Foster  (August) 
Howard  Willbanks  Frick  (February) 
James  William  Garrity  (October) 
Nora  Read  Gaston  (February) 
Harry  Edwin  Gearhart  (February) 
Harold  Lorenz  Geis  (October) 
John  Francis  Graham  (February) 
Robert  LeRoy  Greene  (February) 
Lawrence  Millard  Grigg  (August) 
Leonard  Melvin  Hart  (October) 
William  Wolff  Heitler  (October) 
Frances  Marion  Helff  (August) 


Theodore  August  Christian 

Helmreich,  with  Honors  in 

Economics  (February) 
AL\rtha  Jean  Henley  (August) 
Noel  John  Hershey  (February) 
Herbert  Lufbury  Howe  (October) 
Emily  Josephine  Hoyt  (February) 
Charles  Everett  Hundley  (October) 
Carl  Ireneus,  Jr.  (August) 
Harold  Edward  Jaeger  (August) 
Fred  Lee  Johnston  (February) 
Charles  Katek,  with  Honors  in 

History  (February) 
Gertrude  Graham  Kendall 

(February) 
Merno  King  (February) 
Albert  Harm  Kleen  (October) 
Mary  Catherine  Lindsay  (February) 
Delbert  William  Loos  (February) 
Edward  Henry  McGinnis  (February) 
Florence  Elizabeth  Martin,  with 

Honors  in  Psychology  (February) 
Bernard  Cornelius  Mayberry 

(October) 
Harry  Amos  Mayhew   (October) 
Mildred  Claire  Mercereau 

(February) 
London  George  Middleton  (October) 
Ignatius  Daniel  Milenski 

(February) 
Doris  Louise  Morrow  (October) 
Robert  Marion  O'Neil   (February) 
Margaret  Bordner  Osborn,  with 

Honors  in  English  (February) 
May  Anne  Parsons,  with  Honors  in 

French   (August) 
Alan  Stanley  Peirce  (February) 
Olive  Josephine  Pfander  (October) 
Alice  Rowena  Powell  (October) 
William  Lockhart  Pownall 

(February) 
Franklin  Frederick  Premuda 

(October) 


The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


39 


Joseph  C.  Rafilsox  (October) 
Flora  Lee  Ramsey  (October) 
Clifford  Finley  Reid  (August) 
Joseph  Rich  (October) 
William  Richards,  with  Honors  in 

English  (October) 
Joseph  Newton  Rodeheaver,  Jr. 

(February) 
Louis  Sands  Rodger  (February) 
Willard  Charles  Russell  (August) 
Vanda  Bliss  Savage  (October) 
Helen  Nancy  Schoonover  (October) 
Henry  Nuckolls  Schumacher 

(October) 
Albert  Louis  Seidel  (February) 
Edward  Howard  Silverman 

(February) 
Milton  Singer  (February) 
Dorothy  Mae  Sizer  (August) 
Roger  Ross  Sparks  (October) 
Robert  Dale  Stein  (October) 
Seymour  Stein  (August) 
Ethel  Stevens,  with  Honors  in 

Mathematics   (February) 


Elbert  Hoover  Stiff  (February) 
Dorothy  Albertina  Stuber 

(February) 
Ruth  Snyder  Summers,  with  Honors 

in  German  (February) 
Clarence  Wilbur  Thomas  (February) 
Ralph  McIlduff  Thompson 

(February) 
Russell  James  Turney  (August) 
Marion  Waiss  (February) 
Mary  Josephine  Wallace  (February) 
Jerome  Walz   (February) 
Emmet  Morley  Webb  (February) 
Ellen  Frances  White  (February) 
Harry  Mansfield  Wienman 

(February) 
Martha  Righter  Willman,  with 

High  Honors  in  History 

(February) 
JUANiTA  Ruth  Wilson  (February) 
Warren  Lindsay  Wood  (October) 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Walter  Anton  Carlson  (October) 
James  Martin  Cross  (October) 
Mary  Ann  Martha  Dixon  (October) 
Jerome  Greenblau  (October) 


Paul  Edward  Grotts  (February) 
Louis  C  McCabe  (October) 
Rose  Schulman  (February) 
Max  Paul  Staley  (October) 


In  Chemical  Engineering 


Har\^y  Erling  Berg  (August) 
^IiLTON  Alonzo  Dewey  (August) 


Cyril  Joseph  Heintz  (October) 
Edward  Vacherlon  (October) 


Ralph  Isadore  Dorfmak,  with  Honors 
(February) 


In  Chemistry 

Curtis  Erdmund  Meyer  (October) 


The  College  of  Commerce  and  Business 
Administration 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Accountancy 


Arlent:  Josephine  Beck  (October) 
Robert  Darrel  Bothwell  (August) 
Harvey  Hallberg  Corydon  (October) 
Alva  Lester  Fry  (August) 
Charles  Joseph  Jones  (October) 


Julius  P  Joseph,  with  Honors 

(February) 
Arthur  Setrak  Samoore  (August) 
Henry  William  Schmidt  (February) 
Alvin  Welcher  (February) 


40 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commeticement 


In  Banking  and  Finance 


Elden  William  Richard  Brashaw 

(February) 
Clement  Richard  Burkhart  (August) 
Donald  Robert  Kendall  (February) 


Della  Curtistina  Settles  (October) 
Richard  Howard  Simpson  (August) 
Hazen  Solomon  Whalin  (February) 


In  Commerce  and  Law 


Junius  Paul  Califf  (February) 
Chester  Milton  Carson  (February) 


Robert  John  Johnston  (October) 


In  Foreign  Commerce 


Wyman  Rutherford  Eccles  (August) 
Richard  Lester  Johnson,  with 
Honors   (February) 


Herbert  Bernard  Eckenfels  Stone 
(August) 


In  General  Business 


Harold  Lycurgus  Baldwin  (August) 
Jack  Olinger  Baldwin  (August) 
Walter  Burdick  Booth  (February) 
Ronald  Mark  Brown  (August) 
Eugene  Edwin  Brull  (February) 
Joseph  James  Cerny  (October) 
Edward  Warren  Clendenin  (August) 
Robert  Petronius  Cornelius 

(October) 
Janet  Firchau  (February) 
William  Ridgway  Fletcher  (August) 
Sister  Mary  Michael  Flynn 

(October) 
Gilbert  Geller  (October) 
Edward  Everett  Groves   (February) 
Lawrence  Bruce  Huston  (August) 
Charles  Harliss  Johnson  (October) 
George  Preston  Kendall  (August) 
Robert  Lalumier  Klaus   (October) 
Hsien-Chang  Ling  (October) 
Raymond  Anton  Lohr  (February) 
Gertrude  Lillian  Luer  (February) 
Clyde  William  Lyon  (October) 


Wayne  Linton  McMillen,  with 

High  Honors   (February) 
Ralph  Lane  Mabry  (October) 
Don  Alonzo  Mathews  (October) 
Charles  Vincent  Mount   (August) 
Morgan  Ochsenschlager  (August) 
Donald  Bruce  Piety  (February) 
Walter  Wolfe  Rainer  (February) 
Ernest  Norman  Rubel,  Jr.  (October) 
John  Julius  Schmidt  (February) 
John  Clarence  Schuller  (February) 
Benjamin  Max  Sherman  (October) 
Burnham  Page  Spann  (August) 
Robert  Flack  Steenstrup  (February) 
Cecil  Edward  Swinehart  (February) 
George  Owen  Taylor  (February) 
John  Junior  Thornborrow,  with 

Honors  (February) 
Pen-Ching  Tiao  (February) 
John  Daniel  Tlhte  (February) 
George  Philip  Wagner,  Jr.  (August) 
Ching  Hsien  Wang  (February) 
Robert  Allan  Wood  (August) 


In  Industrial  Administration 


John  Lawson  Clay  (February) 
Carl  Gustaf  Quentin  Danielson 

(February) 
Clarence  Theodore  Dreschel 

(August) 
Robert  Sheridan  Haldeman,  Jr. 

(October) 


Donald  Herman  Herzberg (February) 
John  Rochester  Ramey  (February) 
Orville  Davis  Thompson  (February) 
Lester  Holth  Thorson  (February) 
Harold  Clayton  Vance  (February) 


In  Accountancy  and  Banking  and  Finance 

Robert  Nord  Fagerburg  (October)  Samuel  William  McWilliams 

(October) 


The  College  of  Engineering 


41 


The  College  of  Engineering 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Architectural  Engineering 
A'ernie  Clifford  Swanson  (October) 

In  Architecture 
Everett  Bernard  Hulsebus  (October) 

In  Civil  Engineering 


Ralph  Raymond  Bartelsmeyer 

(Februar}') 
William  Bellman  Cott  (February) 
Henry  Carl  Lane  (October) 
Harry  Richard  Libner  (February) 
Harold  A  Low  (February) 


Rudolph  Agaton  Monson  (February) 
Donald  Clay  AIoore  (February) 
Hans  Fetter  Pettersen  (October) 
Donald  Gregg  Radcliffe  (February) 
Edwin  Frank  Steeve   (October) 
Kenneth  Everett  Tripp   (October) 


In  Electrical  Engineering 


Howard  Francis  Brown  (October) 
Roy  Fred  Karnuth  (October) 
Charles  John  Kavlock  (February) 
Cecil  Harold  Lanham  (February) 


Paul  George  Pelnar  (October) 
Everett  Joseph  Raushenberger 

(October) 
Raymond  Gillette  Wells  (February) 


In  Mechanical  Engineering 


Wln'fred  Emil  Frankenfeld 

(February) 
Frank  Edward  Hangs  (February) 
William  Lowell  Huber   (February) 
Alois  Krsek  (February) 
Arthur  Palt.  Larson  (February) 


Delphin  Murry  Lee  (February) 
Albert  Emile  Perret  (October) 
Maynard  Stanley  Peterson 

(February) 
Henry  Edward  Shugars  (October) 
Russell  Clair  Williams  (February) 


The  College  of  Agriculture 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Agriculture 


Webster  Beryl  Barthelemy,  with 

Honors  (February) 
Wilbur  Calvin  Brokaw  (February) 
Lloyd  Sumner  Burdick  (February) 
George  Willis  Corney  (February) 
Francis  Griesbaum  Edwards 

(February) 
John  Harry  Gilby  (February) 
Lloyd  David  Graham  (October) 
JusTA  George  Kltbler  (February) 


MiLO  Anderson  Loomis  (February) 
Carl  Theo  Lycan  (February) 
Joseph  AIacri  (February) 
Theodore  Pierce    (February) 
Leonard  Louis  Poland  (February) 
Walton  Wood  Rose  (February) 
John  William  Sedlack  (October) 
TsuNG  Tung  Tsui  (October) 
Glenn  William  Vandervoort 
(February) 


In  Floriculture 
William  Paul  Kiffmeyer  (February) 


42  Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 

In  Home  Economics 

Sarah  Irene  Jacobs  (October)  Ruth  Lois  Villars  (October) 

Margaret  Barbara  Jones  (February)      Mary  Loy  Weaver  (August) 
Genevieve  Robinson  (October) 

The  College  of  Law 
The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Law 

Roy  Martin  Asher,  A.B.,  1929,  with  Honors  (August) 

Edward  Waite  Cleary,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1929,  with  High  Honors  (February) 

Joseph  Guandolo,  A.B.,  McKendree  College,  1928,  with  Honors  (August) 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Laws 

William  Edward  Anderle  (February) 
Glen  Ernest  Chapman  (February) 
Ivan  Jerome  Hutchens  (August) 
Harold  Clyde  Jones  (February) 
Frederic  James  Lee  (October) 
James  Edward  Lonergan  (February) 
Fred  McCollum,  Jr.  (February) 
William  Bruce  Maske,  Jr.  (August) 
Glenn  Earl  Miller  (August) 
Harry  La  Verne  Pate  (August) 
Donald  Maxwell  Reno  (August) 
James  Gordon  Sargent  (August) 
Lloyd  Allan  Watt  (October) 


The  Library  School 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science  in  Library  Science 

IMaud  Merritt  Cook,  A.B.,  Louisiana  State  University,  1929,  with  Honors 

(August) 
CoRiNNE  Malinda  Lindqltist,  A.B.,  Baylor  University,  1927  (August) 
Alice  Dorothy  McDonald,  B.S.,  Kansas  State  Teachers  College,  1924  (August) 
Blanche  Brown  McKeown,  A.B.,  Mississippi  State  College  for  Women,  1929 

(August) 
Sister  Mary  Annette  Renger,  A.B.,  Catholic  University  of  America,  1919,  with 

Honors  (August) 
Sister  Mary  De  Lourdes  Rohret,  A.M.,  Creighton  University,  1928  (August) 
Uryth  Margaret  Winchell,  A.B.,  1930  (August) 


The  College  of  Education 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Education 

Violette  Thelma  Abramo  (February)      Nellie  DeLillian  Bond  (October) 
Herman  Chris  Ahrens  (February)  Kirby  Lee  Brawner  (October) 

Herbert  Sessions  Arnold  (February)      Walter  Eugene  Brinn,  Jr.  ((Dctober) 


The  College  of  Education 


43 


Bernice  Lillian  Burroughs  (October) 
SoTERO  Cacanindin  (October) 
Raymond  Clark  Carson  (October) 
Harold  Ullrich  Challand  (October) 
Margaret  Eva  Chynoweth  (October) 
GuNNAR  Steven  Clason  (Februar>') 
Walter  Ervin  Collins  (February) 
Rose  Margaret  Crunican   (October) 
Dorothy  Genevieve  Dixon  (October) 
Florence  Kathryn  Dohney  (August) 
Alberta  Blanche  Fox  (October) 
Glendora  Mae  Francart  (February) 
Theodore  Casper  Hesmer  (October) 
Sara  Frances  Hewitt  (February) 
William  Hoff  (February) 
Florence  ^Iargaret  Holstlaw 

(October) 
Franklin  Samuel  Hunsaker 

(October) 
Martha  Frances  Huse   (February) 
Doris  Eleanor  Jack  (October) 
Marie  Margaret  Jensen  (February) 
Janice  Juergensen  (October) 
Dorothy  Mildred  Kanitz  (February) 
James  Fred  Karber,  with  Honors  in 

History  (October) 
Howard  Emmett  Kasch  (October) 
John  Ralph  Keith  (October) 
LoRENE  Esther  Laingor  (October) 
George  Alfred  Leech  (February) 
Florence  Leibovitz  (October) 
Virginia  Lipscomb  (August) 
Alese  Vivian  Logan  (August) 
Neva  Nadine  Gish  ^[cAdam 

(August) 


Verne  Alexander  IMcDermont 

(October) 
Herbert  Blair  McIntire  (October) 
James  Hugh  INL^llett  (August) 
Alberta  Slaten  IMareing  (February) 
^L-vttie  Puitchard  Miles  (October) 
Robert  Scott  Murdock  (February) 
Claud  Verne  AIyers  (August) 
Sidney  Novak  (August) 
Florence  Mary  O'Donnell 

(February) 
Robert  Reginald  Page  (October) 
Marian  Elizabeth  Partlow 

(February) 
Eunice  Rose  Pecival  (October) 
Arthur  Clarence  Pierson  (February) 
Louis  Rabe  (October) 
Alvin  Miner  Randles  (February) 
Nelle  Kenney  Ravr  (October) 
William  Henry  Riggs  (October) 
George  Albert  Shannon  (October) 
Mae  Streitmatter  (February) 
Gaylord  Don  Tate  (October) 
Irene  Thurber  Thielen  (February) 
Gerald  Yates  Trimble  (October) 
Harriet  Lyon  Van  Arsdell 

(October) 
Mira  B  Voelkel  (October) 
Sumner  Gibson  Webb  (October) 
Helen  Irene  Webber  (August) 
Elmer  T  Wilson  (October) 
Falodene  Winters  (October) 
Frank  Flonian  Zelip  (February) 


In  Agricultural  Education 
Clarence  Palt,  Markley  (February) 


In  Home  Economics  Education 


Vera  Marie  Butler  (February) 
LiLA  Lillian  Merritt  (February) 


Grace  Ellen  Miller  (February) 
Ruth  Elizabeth  Rowe  (February) 


In  Industrial  Education 
Marshal  Glick  Gibbs  (February) 

In  Music  Education 

Clara  Jane  Dippell  (October)  Beulah  Marie  Hey  (February) 

Dorothy  Lillian  Drews  (October)  Martha  Adelaide  Meier  Morris 

Ursula  Barbara  Hampel  (October)  (February) 


In  Physical  Education 
John  Clifford  Evans  (February) 


44  Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 

The  School  of  Journalism 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Journalism 

Bernice  Hope  Cranston  (August)  Robert  Wokthington  Thomas,  Jr. 

Charles  Bernard  Ehnborn  (October)  (February) 

The  College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Architectural  Engineering 
Arthur  Manning  AIcLeod  (February) 

In  Architecture 
Arthur  Temple  (FebruarjO 

The  Graduate  School 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Chemistry 

Herbert  Edmund  Carter,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1930  (October) 
Howard  Denton  Cogan,  A.B.,  Ohio  Wesleyan  University,  1929  (February) 
Ellsworth  Knowlton  Ellingboe,  A.B.,  Lawrence  College,  1930  (February) 
Lester  William  Smith,  A.B.,  Albion  College,  1926  (October) 
Louis  George  Veler,  B.S.,  Bowling  Green  State  Normal  School,  1928  (August) 
Charles  Frank  Woodward,  A.B.,  Lawrence  College,  1930  (February) 

In  Classics 

Sarah  Margaret  Rebman,  A.B.,  Ottawa  University,  1918  (October) 
Grace  Purviance  Thomas,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1909  (August) 

In  Economics 

Thor  William  Bruce,  A.B.,  Lawrence  College,  1923  (October) 

Gordon  Davidson  Bryan,  A.B.,  1930  (October) 

James  Arthur  Coble,  A.B.,  1930  (October) 

William  Ashton  Kerr,  A.B.,  College  of  the  City  of  Detroit,  1930  (February) 

Glen  Earl  Long,  B.S.,  1925  (February) 

Alice  Theresa  Wall,  B.S.,  1929  (October) 

Forest  Livings  Whan,  B.S.,  Kansas  State  Agricultural  College,  1928  (August) 

Ying  Wu,  A.B.,  Shanghai  Baptist  College,  1928  (February) 

In  Education 

Georgia  Fiock  Adams,  A.B.,  1926  (October) 
Bayard  Garfield  Alps,  A.B.,  Colorado  College,  1920  (October) 
Harry  Drake  Anderson,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1925 
(February) 


The  Graduate  School  45 


Joseph  Victor  Axelson,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1925  (October) 

Sadie  Ruth  Boyce,  A.B.,  1925  (February) 

Ruth  Alberta  Broom,  A.B.,  1928  (February) 

Ray  DeWitt  Brummett,  B.S.,  1924  (October) 

Joseph  Bruce  Buckler,  A.B.,  1918  (August) 

Kenneth  Davis  Cable,  A.B.,  Cornell  College,  1923  (August) 

Ruby  Lillian  Crume,  A.B.,  Georgetown  College,  1921  (February) 

Edward  Ancel  Curry,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1926  (August) 

Leigh  Vivian  Finley,  B.S.,  University  of  Missouri,  1918  (October) 

Erwin  Ernst  Hake,  A.B.,  AIcKendree  College,  1929  (August) 

Vesta  We.wer  Haynes,  A.B.,  1921  (August) 

WiLLARD  Riley  Hensox,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1925 ; 

B.S.,  1929  (February) 
Walter  Bertram  Hughes,  B.S.,  1929  (October) 
Ralph  William  Jackson,  B.S.,  1920  (October) 

William  Thomas  Jacques,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1927  (February) 
Doris  Selma  Klein,  A.B.,  Augustana  College,  1930  (August) 
Mildred  James  Kuntz,  A.B.,  1926  (October) 

Harry  Howard  Lees,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1926  (February) 
Lena  Mae  Lees,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1926  (February) 
Kenneth  Leo  Letsinger,  A.B.,  Wabash  College,  1923  (February) 
William  Renwick  Lower,  A.B.,  Aluskingum  College,  1909  (October) 
King  James  McCristal,  A.B.,  1929  (August) 
Mamie  Teresa  McGrath,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1924 

(August) 
Marshall  Atkinson  Newnum,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1925  (October) 
Elmer  Victor  Nickel,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1923  (August) 
Susie  E  Ogden,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929 

(October) 
Dale  Herbert  Parkerson,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1926  (August) 
Walter  Scott  Renner,  B.S.,  1925  (October) 

Chester  Arthur  Rumble,  B.S..  Oakland  City  College,  1916  (August) 
Thomas  Bernhardt  Smith,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1924  (August) 
Dorothy  Lillian  Stahmer,  A.B.,  Carleton  College,  1926  (February) 
John  Johnson  Swinney,  A.B.,  William  Jewell  College,  1920  (October) 
Franklin  Cr.\mer  Thomas.  A.B.,  Alt.  Morris  College,  1925  (August) 
Homer  Charles  Torreyson,  A.B.,  Hedding  College,  1922  (October) 
Amy  W.  Turrell,  A.B.,  Colorado  State  Teachers  College,  1915  (October) 
Allen  Charles  Tyler,  B.S.,  Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1926  (October) 
Harriett  Eliz.^beth  Lyon  Van  Arsdell,  B.Mus.,  1928  (October) 
Arbon  Read  Wetzel,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1925 

(October) 
Chester  Wickliffe,  A.B.,  University  of  Arizona,  1927  (August) 
Joseph  Morton  Wooddell,  B.S.,  Ohio  University,  1926  (October) 
Abraham  Wright,  Ph.B.,  Shnrtleff  College,  1921  (October) 

Ix  English 

LouDENE  Anderson,  A.B.,  1922  (August) 

Catherine  Stillman  Cossum,  Ph.B.,  Shurtleft'  College,  1930  (October) 

Llo\T)  Rollan  DeWitt,  A.B.,  1925  (October) 

Mabel  Louise  Falberg,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1926 

(October) 
Hilda  Mae  Forrest,  A.B.,  Western  Kentucky  State  Teachers  College,  1929 

(October) 
Julia  Himlin  Henninger,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1922  (February) 
Sister  Mary  Chrysantha  Hoefling,  A.B.,  DePaul  University,  1924  (August) 
Zelma  Large  Houser,  A.B.,  191 1  (October) 
ALLUDE  Marie  Leonard,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1921  (February) 
Earl  Norton  Lockard,  A.B.,  1926  (February) 
Carl  Shelpon  McClain,  A.B.,  Olivet  College,  1923  (February) 


46  Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 

Bernice  Louise  Marshall,  A.B.,  1925  (August) 

Mildred  Alice  Martin,  A.B.,  1929  (October) 

Charles  Neely,  Jr.,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1927 

(October) 
Jacob  Silas  Slovic,  A.B.,  1931  (February) 

John  Allan  Smith,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1927  (February) 
Maurine  Joyce  Smith,  A.B.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930  (October) 
Esther  Elizabeth  Sundberg,  A.B.,  Gustavus  Adolphus  College,  1920  (August) 
Marion  Waggoner,  A.B.,  1922  (October) 
Sister  Mary  Evelyn  Walsh,  Ph.B.,  St.  Xavier  College,  1925  (October) 

In  Geology 

Charles  Roosevelt  Clark,  A.B.,  1926  (February) 

Clarence  Burt  Odell,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930  (August) 

In  German 

Marie  Frances  Seeber,  A.B.,  1930  (October) 

Rudolf  Gotthelf  Voigt,  University  of  Leipzig,  1922  (February) 

In  History 

Iris  Gertrude  Bailey,  A.B.,  Illinois  Woman's  College,  1930  (October) 
Karl  Christian  Dod,  A.B.,  1930  (October) 
Weldon  Maurice  Hadaway,  A.B.,  1930  (October) 
Ruth  Eleanor  Hested,  A.B.,  Rockford  College,  1930  (August) 
Glenna  Lucile  James,  A.B.,  Defiance  College,  1924  (August) 
Sister  AL\ry  Gilbert  Kelly,  O.P.,  A.B.,  Rosary  College,  1925  (August) 
Helen  Katherine  Kerr,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1924;    B.Ed.,  Illi- 
nois State  Normal  University,  1926  (October) 
Joseph  McAdam,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1928  (October) 
Evelyn  Louise  Steketee,  A.B.,  Hope  College,  1930  (October) 
Helen  Joan  Tobias,  A.B.,  1930  (August) 
Louis  Unfer,  B.S.,  Kirksville  State  Teachers  College,  1920;  M.S.,  1929  (August) 

In  Home  Economics 
Florence  Margaret  Roy,  A.B.,  1930  (October) 

In  Library  Science 

Arthur  Eric  Gropp,  B.S.,  Kansas  State  Teachers  College,  1927;    B.S.,  1930 

(August) 
James  Ratliff  Gulledge,  A.B.,  Trinity  College  (Durham,  N.  C),  1915 

(February) 
Margaret  Oldfather,  A.B.,  B.S.  (Lib.),  1926,  1927  (February) 
Gladys  Ford  Pratt,  A.B.,  Mt.  Holyoke  College,  1914  (October) 
Lucile  Elizabeth  Wilcox,  B.S.,  1923  (August) 
Sara  AIetella  Williams,  B.S.,  Kansas  State  Teachers  College,  1927;  B.S.  (Lib.), 

1930  (August) 

In  Mathematics 

Henry  Carlton  Ahalt,  B.S.,  E.E.,  Virginia  Polytechnic  Institute,   1923,  1925 

(October) 
Sadie  Evalyn  Clapper,  A.B.,  State  University  of  low^a,  1920  (August) 
Sister  AIary  Reginald  Durick,  A.B.,  St.  Clara  College,  1921  (August) 
Walter  Philip  Heinzmann,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1925  (August) 
Eva  Mae  Lynch,  A.B.,  Indiana  Central  College,  1928  (August) 
Grace  Lee  McClelland,  A.B.,  1926  (October) 


TJic  Graduate  School  47 


In  Physics 

Clyde  Truman  McCormick,  A.B.,  1930  (February) 

Watt  Myers,  Jr.,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1930  (October) 

Robert  Thompson  Young,  Jr.,  A.B.,  University  of  Alontana,  1930  (February) 

In  Political  Science 

Boris  Glushitski  Alexander,  Ph.B.,  Shurtleff  College,  1929  (August) 

Mary  Ann  Held,  A.B.,  1928  (August) 

Blake  Smith  Root,  B.S.,  Monmouth  College,  1927  (August) 

In  Psychology 
Glen  Finch,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1930  (October) 

In  Romance  Languages 

Helen  Cleaver,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1928  (February) 

Margaret  Adela  Condon,  B.S.,  1920  (October) 

Lena  Virginia  Hanna,  A.B.,  Culver-Stockton  College,  1925  (August) 

Leon  Louis  AIayeur,  A.B.,  West  Virginia  University,  1929  (August) 

John  Herbert  Utley,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1926  (October) 

^IILDRED  Louise  Woodworth,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1928  (August) 

In  Sociology 

Dena  LuVerne  McMackin,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930 
(August) 

In  Transportation 

John  Chia  Shan  Lee,  A.B.,  Peking  National  University,  1925;    Ph.B.,  Alilton 
College,  1930  (August) 


The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Accountancy 

Frank  Hedrick  Allen,  B.S.,  1930  (August) 
Donald  Lyle  Dieterle,  B.S.,  1930  (August) 
Clive  Fleeming  Dunham,  B.S.,  1929  (August) 
Rexford  Clark  Parmelee,  B.S.,  1930  (August) 
William  Harry  Stout,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 

In  Agronomy 

David  Olin  Carter,  B.S.,  University  of  Missouri,  1930  (August) 

Merl  Franklin  Hershberger,  B.S.,  University  of  Maryland,  1929  (August) 

In  Architecture 

Donald  Post  Ayres,  B.S.,  1929  (February) 
Rowland  Rathbun,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 

In  Astronomy 
Robert  Bly  Arnold,  B.S.,  Case  School  of  Applied  Science,  1930  (August) 

In  Business  Organization  and  Operation 
Edward  Brewster  Freeland,  B.S.,  1931  (February) 


48  Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Coniniencement 

In  Chemistry 

James  Wilber  Bird,  A.B.,  1930  (October) 

Roy  Parkinson  Bohannon,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1927 

(August) 
Paul  Franklin  Cundy,  A.B.,  1930  (February) 
Vera  Arrietta  Conard,  A.B.,  1928  (August) 

Jane  Ann  Conibear,  B.S.,  Florida  State  College  for  Women,  1929  (August) 
John  Lester  Gabby,  A.B.,  1930  (October) 
Carlin  Frary  Gibbs,  B.S.,  Knox  College,  1930  (February) 
Max  Theodore  John  C^oebel,  A.B.,  1928  (February) 

Helen  Jane  Gurley,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  Universitj',  1928  (February) 
T  Melville  Hess,  B.S.,  Monmouth  College,  1930  (August) 
Arnold  John  Hoffman,  B.S.,  Eureka  College,  1930  (February) 
Bernard  Lars  Johnson,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1928  (August) 
Richard  Marston  Lawrence,  B.S.,  University  of  California,  1926  (October) 
Richard  Hugh  McCoy,  A.B.,  Earlham  College,  1929  (August) 
Allan  Hamilton  Macmillan,  B.S.,  University  of  Denver,  1929  (August) 
John  Orion  Page,  B.S.,  University  of  Rochester,  1927  (August) 
David  Jordan  Porter,  B.S.,  1930  (August) 
Henry  Rauch,  B.S.,  1931  (February) 

Ellis  Henry  Reich,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1929  (February) 
Lydia  Mary  Scholfield,  B.S.,  1928  (August) 

In  Civil  Engineering 

Henry  Elbert  Dew,  B.S.,  Texas  Agricultural  and  Mechanical  College,  1929 

(October) 
Charles  Cyrus  Fishburn,  B.C.E.,  University  of  Cincinnati,  1916  (February) 
Wilfred  Main  Honour,  B.S.,  Georgia  School  of  Technology,  1929  (February) 
Frank  Whitworth  Stubbs,  Jr.,  B.S.,  C.E.,  University  of  Colorado,  1921,  1926 

(February) 
Edward  W.  Suppiger,  B.S.,  1928  (February) 

In  Economics 

Frank  Herman  Beach,  A.B.,  1916  (August) 
Herbert  Walker  Craig,  Jr.,  A.B.,  1928  (October) 
Ruth  Crawford  Freeman,  A.B.,  1913  (August) 
John  Anthony  Herrmann,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1930  (August) 
Malcolm  Farnsworth  Heslip,  B.S.,  1923  (February) 
John  George  Leisenring,  B.S.,  1930  (August) 
Robert  Wallace  Mayer,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 
Jesse  Taylor  Palmer,  B.S.,  1928  (August) 
Mollie  Fannie  Sacks,  B.S.,  1930  (February) 
Barent  Springsted,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 

Oswalt  Vopelius,  Diploma,  University  of  Gottingen,  1925 ;    D.Agr.,  University 
of  Berlin,  1929  (February) 

In  Education 

Harry  Drennan  Allen,  B.S.,  1929  (August) 

Vern  David  Amacher,  B.S.,  1927  (August) 

Edwin  Hester  Arford,  B.S.,  1927  (October) 

Ruth  Evaline  Blackburn,  B.S.,  1925  (October) 

Wendell  Eugene  Cannon,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 

Florence  Mary  Cole,  A.B.,  1926  (August) 

Martha  Wiley  Duell,  B.S.,  Oxford  College,  1900  (February) 

Raphael  Anthony  Freehill,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1030 

(February) 
Mabel  Rea  Hagan,  B.S.,  1926  (August) 

Conrad  French  Hamilton,  B.S.,  Franklin  College,  1919  (October) 
Herbert  Jay,  B.S.,  1926  (February) 


The  Graduate  School  49 


Harold  Eugene  Kenney,  B.S.,  1926  (February) 

Glenn  Cline  Law,  B.S.,  1926  (February) 

Mary  Ruth  LeMay,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1922  (October) 

Roy  John  Logan,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1931   (February) 

Cecil  Willard  Martin,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1927  (August) 

Henry  Joseph  Kuhs  AIarx,  B.S.,  1923  (February) 

Joseph  Leroy  Picard,  B.S.,  1927  (October) 

Bert  Lyndon  Reeves,  B.S.,  1926  (October) 

William  Robert  Reich,  B.S.,  1922  (February) 

Martha  Anne  Roberts,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 

Harley  J  Seybold,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930  (August) 

E.A.RL  Charles  Seyler,  B.S.,  1929  (August) 

Emry  Seldon  Simmonds,  B.S.,  1923  (October) 

Ethel  Wentz  Smith,  B.S.,  1926  (August) 

Herman  Asa  Sparr,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1923 

(August) 
Frank  P.  Tillman,  A.B.,  University  of  Missouri,  1913  (October) 
William  Jackson  Treece,  B.S.,  1928  (February) 
Clarence  Emory  Vance,  B.S.,  1925  (October) 
Wesley  Theodore  Wooley,  B.S.,  1928  (February) 

In  Electrical  Engineering 
Gordon  Standish  Marvin,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 

In  Entomology 

Peter  Tsing-han  Li,  B.S.,  1931  (February) 

Lee  Hill  Townsend,  B.S.,  University  of  Virginia,  1925  (February) 

In  Farm  Organization  and  Management 

Seigel  Alvin  Anderson,  B.S.,  1927  (October) 

Dale  Clarke  Kieffer,  B.S.,  Michigan  State  College,  1930  (October) 

Russell  Groves  Trummel,  B.S.,  1925  (October) 

In  Home  Economics 
Anna  Emeline  Williams,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1929  (October) 

In  Horticulture 
Louis  Ralph  Bryant,  A.B.,  1931  (February) 

In  Mathematics 

Emmert  Denzill  Hilderbrand,  A.B.,  Franklin  College,  1915  (October) 

Minnie  Ellen  Huser,  B.S.,  1925  (August) 

Velma  Myrtle  Magill,  B.S.,  1929  (August) 

Clarice  Edna  Van  Hook,  B.S.,  Earlham  College,  1926  (August) 

In  Physics 

Benjamin  Ferris  Carter,  B.S.,  Beloit  College,  1930  (October) 

Richard  Kaufman  Cook,  B.S.,  1931  (February) 

Ju  Wei  Shih,  B.S.,  National  Central  University,  1925  (August) 

Rolland  Clark  Wagner,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1927 

(February) 
Samuel  George  Weissberg,  B.S.,  University  of  Pittsburgh,  1930  (February) 

In  Railmay  Engineering 
Chi-Hsien  Ts.\o,  B.S.,  Northwestern  University,  1929  (February) 


50  Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 

In  Sociology 
Ruth  Frances  Pecival,  B.S.,  1931   (August) 

In  Transportation 

Chuan  Shu  Liu,  B.S.,  Chiao  Tung  University,  1924  (February) 
Harrison  Read  Miner,  B.S.,  1930  (February) 

In  Zoology 

Arthur  Dewey  Buck,  B.S.,  East  Central  State  Teachers  College  (Ada,  Okla.), 

1928  (August) 
John  Sevier  Dolley,  B.S.,  McKendree  College,  1930  (October) 


The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 
Conferred  in  February,  1932 

In  Animal  Husbandry 

Lawrence  Clifford  Thomas,  B.S.,  Ottawa  University,  1919,  M.S.,  Kansas  State 
Agricultural  College,  1926.    Fertility  and  oestrum  in  the  rat. 

In  Chemistry 

Darrell  Althausen,  B.S.,  University  of  Oklahoma,  1926.  Rearrangements  of 
hexa-substituted  acetylenic  ethanes. 

William  Lawrence  Faith,  B.S.,  University  of  Maryland,  1928;  M.S.,  1929. 
Catalytic  partial  oxidation  of  alcohols  in  the  vapor  phase. 

Leonore  Beatrice  Hollander,  B.A.,  Bryn  Mawr  College,  1926;  A.M.,  1929.  The 
chemistry  and  metabolism  of  cystine. 

Donald  Durand  Peirce,  B.A.,  Oberlin  College,  1923;  A.M.,  1929.  The  separa- 
tion of  columbium  and  tantalum  and  other  rare  elements. 

Roger  Spencer  Sweet,  B.A.,  M.A.,  University  of  Denver,  1927,  1928.  The  re- 
duction of  acetylenic  carbinols  with  titanium  trichloride. 

In  Economics 

Edward  Frederick  Nickoley,  A.B.,  A.M.,   1898,   1915.     A  survey  of  economic 

conditions  in  Syria. 
Oren  Leslie  Whalin,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1918,  1925.    Commercial  red  winter  wheat  of 

the  Cornbelt:    An  economic  study. 

In  History 

Thomas  Francis  Cleary,  A.B.,  St.  Viator  College,  1912.  The  history  of  the 
Catholic  Church  in  Illinois  from  1763  to  1844. 

Elmer  Clarence  Sandmeyer,  A.B.,  Iowa  Wesleyan  College,  1917;  B.D.,  Garrett 
Biblical  Institute,  1918;  A.]\I.,  1924.  The  Anti-Chinese  movement  in  Cali- 
fornia. 

In  Romance  Languages 

Sister  Mary  Const antia  Fox,  B.V.M.,  A.B.,  Mount  Saint  Joseph  College,  1924; 

A.M.,   1929.     The  Miracle  and  the  Mystere  in  France  in  the  last  decade, 

1920- 1930. 
James  Obed  Swain,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Indiana  University,  1921,  1923.    Vicente  Blasco 

Ibanez — Exponent  of  Realism. 


The  College  of  Medicine  51 

In  Zoology 

Benjamin  Harvey  Hill,  A.B.,   M.S.,  Texas  Christian  University,   1921,    1925. 

The  development  of  the  thymus  and  thyroid  glands  in  Ainia  calva. 
WiLLARD  Francis  Stanley,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1927;  A.M.,  1928.   The 

effect  of  temperature  upon  wing  size  in  Drosophila. 


The  College  of  Medicine 
The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Medicine 

Bruce  Ned  Balding  (February)  Robert  McCune,  Jr.  (February) 

Maurice  Loren  Becker  (February)  Meyer  Benjamin  Marks  (February) 

Harry  S  Bezman  (October)  Harry  Dudley  Miller  (February) 

Alexander  Oscar  Birgerson  Alfred  Nefsky  (October) 

(February)  Adward  Edgar  Seidmon  (February) 

Fr.\ncis  Anthony  Cirrincione  Fred  William  Seymour  (February) 

(October)  Willard  Edwin  Shinglman 
Casimir  Demski  (February)  (October) 

Helen  Octavia  Dickens  (February)  Sol  Singer  (February) 

Howard  George  Diesner  (February)  Joseph  B  Teton  (February) 

Sam  Sigmund  Gittlestein  (October)  Frank  B  Voris  (February) 

Sam  Holtzman  (February)  Joseph  Monroe  Walker  (February) 

Elbert  Kenneth  Lewis  (February)  Solomon  Carl  Werch  (February) 

Samuel  J  Lipnitsky  (February)  Irving  Ziedman  (February) 

The  Certificate  in  Medicine 

Jackson  Bernard  Dismukes  Frank  L  Quillman  (February) 

(February)  Edward  Ross  (February) 


The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Medicine 

Abel  Cornelius  Anthony,  B.S.,  1930  (October  17,  1931) 

David  Merton  Banen,  B.S.,  1928  (January  i,  1932) 

Roger  Brandt  Coglon  (July  i,  1931) 

Jerome  Gordon  Finder,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1928,  1930  (January  i,  1932) 

Leo  Gameerg  (August  i,  1931) 

Joseph  Janofsky,  B.S.,  1928  (January  i,  1932) 

Irving  Edward  Kaveney,  B.S.,  University  of  South  Dakota,  1928  (September  i, 

193 1 ) 
Lyle  Burnside  Knight,  A.B.,  University  of  South  Dakota,  1928  (July  i,  193O 
David  Herman  Lando,  B.S.,  University  of  Iowa,  1928  (September  i,  1931) 
Samuel  Levine  (January  18,  1932) 
James  Wileer  ]\Ioreland  (December  i,  1931) 
Louis  Phillips  (October  13,  1931) 

Frank  Joseph  Piszkiewicz,  B.S.,  1928  (January  i,  1932) 
Henry  Abraham  Siegel,  B.S.,  1929  (January  i,  1932) 
Abraham  Simon,  B.S.,  1928  (January  i,  1932) 
Frederick  Steigm.\nn,  B.S.,  1928  (January  i,  1932) 
Clifford  Patrick  Sullivan,  B.S.,  1929  (January  i,  1932) 
Janet  Campbell  Thayer,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1924,  1930  (January  i,  1932) 
Martin  Jerome  Urist  (January  i,  1932) 
Louis  Stephen  Varzino,  B.S.,  1928  (January  i,  1932) 
Waldo  Waite  Wynekoop,  B.S.,  1928  (January  i,  1932) 


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Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 


The  College  of  Dentistry 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


James  Gagnon  (October) 


The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Dental  Surgery 


Bruce  Hendric  Alleyne  (February) 
William  Chasan  (October) 
James  De  Biase  (October) 
Andrew  Charles  Godwin  (February) 
William  Joseph  Hogan  (February) 
Norman  Preston  Johnson 
(February) 


Edward  John  Osowski  (February) 
Donald  Edgar  Riedl  (February) 
Thaddeus  Sakowski  (October) 
Charles  Sarsoun  (October) 
Allen  Shirley  (October) 
Margarita  Ester  Ulloa  (February) 


The  School  of  Pharmacy 

The  Degree  of  Pharmaceutical  Chemist 
Conferred  in  February,  1932 


Samuel  Cohen 
Loretta  Beatrice  DeTrana 
Sidney  Horace  Dworkin 
Carl  Lester  Fridkin 
Benjamin  M  Friedland 
Edward  J  Friedman 
Joseph  Bernard  Katz 
Lloyd  Harold  Kortum 


Percy  Elmer  McClellan 

Elmer  Miller 

Nicholas  Edward  Miraglia 

Spencer  Stanley  Nelson 

Erwin  Albert  Nepil 

Jerome  David  Pauker 

Manuel  Rosen 

Thaddeus  Frank  Wesolowski 


The  Graduate  School 

(DEGREES  CONFERRED  IN  CHICAGO) 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 
In  Psychology 

Ralph  R.  Brown,  A.B.,  Ohio  University,  1931  (February) 

Margie  Elizabeth  Francis,  A.B.,  1930  (February) 

Helen  Elizabeth  Sanderson,  A.B.,  Smith  College,  1930  (February) 

Zelda  Harriet  Shapiro,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1930  (February) 


The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Bacteriology 

Catherine  Virginia  Fisher,  A.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1929  (August) 
George  Shropshear,  B.S.,  1929  (August) 


The  Graduate  School  53 


In  Pathology 

Paul  Hurwitz,  B.S.,  1930  (February) 

Karl  William  Schlegel,  B.S.,  1929  (August) 

In  Pharmacology 

William  Clay  Dine,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 
Virgil  Arnett  Gant,  B.S.,  1921  (February) 

In  Physiological  Chemistry 
Esther  Florence  Teeters,  A.B.,  Tri-State  College,  1920;  A.B.,  1925  (October) 

In  Surgery 

Harold  Irving  Meyer,  A.B.,  B.S.,  1919,  1920 ;   M.D.,  Rush  Medical  College,  1923 
(February) 


Commissions  Presented  May  26,  1932 


Commissions  as  Lieutenants,  Officers'  Reserve  Corps, 

United  States  Army,  and  as  Brevet  Captains, 

Illinois  National  Guard 


Myron  Francis  Addison 
Ralph  Curtis  Anderson 
Robert  Adams  Bagley 
Arthur  Charles  Bass 
Richard  Barker  Bean 
Charles  Virgil  Bell 
George  Raymond  Berry 
WiLMOT  Irvin  Bidner,  Jr. 
Robert  Ashley  Blakeney 
Frank  Ed  Brence 
Henry  Hanna  Brigham 
John  Algernon  Broom,  Jr. 
John  Richard  Carpenter 
Wayne  Stewart  Carver 
Robert  Pleasant  Cothern,  Jr. 
QuiNTiN  Jerome  Crawford 
Malcolm  Richard  Derby 
William  John  Derksen,  Jr. 
Wallace  Voight  Dorris 
Wilbur  Harlan  Dowell 
Franklin  John  Dvorak 
Karl  Fred  Eklund 
Robert  Francis  Elrick 
Gilbert  Howard  Erb 
Roy  Elias  Etnyre 
Philip  James  Fahs 
Robert  Mann  Faris 
David  Gordon  Fithian 
Theodore  Bartley  Forbes 
Warren  Ellsworth  Fox 
Herbert  Lehman  Garrison 
Harry  Paul  Goldman 
Roy  Nathaniel  Green 
Frederick  William  Haake 
Allen  Edward  Haberle 
William  Edward  Hall 
Harold  Winford  Hannah 
Lawrence  Ness  Hansen 
Frank  Corwin  Hawkins 
Bertram  Wright  Hoare 
Glenn  Edward  Hodges 
Francis  Leroy  Hollow  ay 
Howard  Deerson  Holzman 
Laurence  Arthur  Hubbard 
William  Perry  Jones,  Jr. 
George  Edwin  Keck 


Elbert  Cyrus  King 
Evron  Maurice  Kirkpatrick 
Arthur  William  Kowitz 
Lester  Eugene  Kuni 
Dale  Bateman  Lawrence 
Alexander  Louis  Levy,  Jr. 
William  Theodore  Loblaw 
Harold  Rudy  Long 
Harry  Francis  Lovell 
Robert  Clanahan  MacClinchie 
John  Martin  McCormick 
Paul  Kistler  MacDonald 
Harry  Nelson  McLaughlin 
Harold  Robert  McNally 
Charles  Arthur  Minot 
Parke  Davies  Morgan 
Stanley  Newton  Murphy 
John  Marshall  Nash 
Richard  Stephen  Nelle 
Christy  Maxwell  Nicely' 
Vincent  Frederick  Nightingale 
Joseph  Hayes  Paden 
Thomas  Reilly  Parker 
Robert  William  Podlesak 
Raymond  Lyle  Porter 
Clement  Edward  Pritz 
John  Emmerson  Renz 
Clarence  Floyd  Rogier 
Robert  Lee  Rosbe 
Henry  Byron  Rothenberg 
Thurston  James  Ruddy 
Edward  Joseph  Sand 
Frederick  Albert  Schnell 
Russell  Fred  Scott 
Norbert  John  Seider 
Roger  Thomas  Steers 
Robert  Beckwith  Stiven 
J(!hn  Lester  Swarner 
Beryl  Shenk  Taylor 
Leo  Vincent  Tockstein 
Milan  Vydareny 
Henry  August  Wachter 
John  LaFayette  Waddell,  Jr. 
Mervyn  Hicks  Warlow 
Robert  Klinkert  Williams 
Charles  Norman  Wish  art 


Commissions  Presented  May  26,  1932 


55 


Commissions  as  Brevet  Captains, 
Illinois  National  Guard 


Anton  Keszycki 
Alwin  Steinmayer  Kolm 
Jean  Edward  Lattan 
Merritt  West  Matthews 
Lib  Panichi 


DoRN  LeRoy  Pettit 
Charles  Victor  Wallrab 
Clark  Webber 
Ray  Renault  Wood 
Eugene  Joseph  Yocom 


Prizes  and  Awards 


Allerton  American  Traveling  Scholarships 
in  Architecture 

Thaddeus  John  Glaza 
Henry  Persson  Tideman 

American  Institute  of  Architects  Medal 

Alvin  Edward  Grellinger 

Francis  John  Plym  Fellowship  in  Architecture 

Charles  T  Masterson 

Plym  Foreign  Scholarship  in  Architectural 
Engineering 

James  Elliott  Branch 

Plym  Prizes  in  Architectural  Engineering 

First  Prize:   Lewis  Fred  Concklin 

Second  Prize:   William  Wright  Vanderkolk 

Third  Prise:    Sigfrid  August  Dahlstrom 

Plym  Prize  for  Sketch  Problems 

Henry  Fersson  Tideman 

Plym  Prize  for  Summer  Sketches 

Alvin  Edward  Grellinger 

Ricker  Prizes  in  Architectural  History 

First  Prise:  William  Marshall  Horowitz 
Second  Prise:   Thaddeus  John  Glaza 
Third  Prise:  John  Erdman  Ferry 

Scarab  Medal  in  Architectural  Engineering 

Frederick  William  Mast 

Scarab  Medal  in  Architecture 

Anthony  Del  Bianco 

Alpha  Rho  Chi  Medal  in  Architecture 

Fred  William  Salogga 

Edward  L.  Ryerson  Traveling  Fellowship 
in  Architecture 

Alvin  Edward  Grellinger 


Prizes  and  Awards  57 


Edward  L.  Ryerson  Traveling  Fellowship 
in  Landscape  Architecture 
Ralph  S  Ellifrit 

Foundation  for  Architecture  and  Landscape 
Architecture 

Architecture  Landscape  Architecture 

AxvaN  Edward  Grellinger  Ralph  S  Ellifrit 

Drb'er  Bradshaw  Lindsay  Fred  Haws  Schumacher 

University  Landscape  Architecture  Society 
Scholarship 

Fred  Haws  Schumacher 

Ira  O.  Baker  Prizes  in  Civil  Engineering 

First  Prize:   Joseph  Benjamin  Tiffany 
Second  Prize:   W^illiam  Elvin  Bohn 

Awards  of  the  Central  Illinois  Section  of  the  American 
Society  of  Civil  Engineers 

Charles  Wilbur  Ennis  William  Julius  Bobisch 

Edward  Willis  Baldwin 

Awards  of  the  Illinois  Section  of  the  American 
Society  of  Civil  Engineers 

Charles  Udell  Kring  William  Perry  Jones 

Sigma  Tan  Medal  in  Engineering 

Frazer  Rice  Turrentine 

University  Gold  Medal  in  Military  Science 
and  Tactics 

Leo  Herman  Sams 

Hazelton  Gold  Medal  in  Military  Science 
and  Tactics 

^^ARIox  Lee  Milligan 

Cavalry  Medal 

William  John  MacKenzie 

Signal  Corps  Medals 

Carl  Willi?  Bartling  John  Hill  Bradish 

Field  Artillery  Trophies  (Connor  Cups) 

Robert  William  Elich  Loren  Scott  Fraser 

Walter  Nels  Matthias 


58  Prises  and  Awards 


Phalanx  Awards  in  Military  Science  and  Tactics 

Louis  French  Alyea,  Cavalry 
John  Hill  Bradish,  Signal  Corps 
Harold  Herman  Heinkel,  Engineers 
Alexander  Edward  Lawson,  Coast  Artillery 
Floyd  Frederick  Nuhn,  Field  Artillery 
Ned  John  Potter,  Infantry 

American  Legion  Awards  in  Military  Science 
and  Tactics 

Ralph  Edward  Bates,  Engineers 

Lawrence  Iden  Fries,  Infantry 

T  Harold  Glascock,  Cavalry 

Ellington  Douglas  Golden,  Field  Artillery 

Achalis  Mather  Sutherland,  Signal  Corps 

Harold  Anthony  Wallace,  Coast  Artillery 

Alpha  Zeta  Cup  in  Agriculture 

AIorris  Evans  Paddick 

Gamma  Sigma  Delta  Scholarship  in  Agriculture 

Lawrence  Henry  Simerl 

Beta  Gamma  Sigma  Cup  in  Commerce 

Harris  Wayne  Aden 

Gamma  Epsilon  Pi  Cup  in  Commerce 

Marie  Frances  Johnson 

English  Poetry  Prize 

First  Place:   Charles  Harlen  Chattuck  and  James  Richard  Phelan 

Second  Place:  Luke  Creel 

Honorable  Mention:  Louis  Edward  Levitan 

Phi  Beta  Kappa  Prize 

Robert  Theodore  Ittner 

Phi  Eta  Sigma  Scholarship 

Olin  Browder 

Sigma  Delta  Kappa  Cup  in  Law 

George  Arthur  Fruit 

Mu  Kappa  Alpha  Cup  in  Music 

Florence  Beidelman 

Conference  Medal  for  Excellence  in  Scholarship 
and  Athletics 

Edward  Frank  Gbur 


Prizes  and  Azuards  59 


Alpha  Chi  Sigma  Scholarship  Plaque  in  Chemistry 

Richard  Haven  Wiley  Victor  Gerald  Meadors 

Iota  Sigma  Pi  Prize  in  Chemistry 

Betty  Manxerixg 

Thrift  Essay  Prize 

Clark  Lee  Allen,  AIcKendree  College,  Lebanon,  Illinois 

Sigma  Delta  Chi  Scholarship  Awards 
in  Journalism 

Mary  Katherine  Adams  Elmira  Ball  O'Neal 

Bertha  Marie  Enger  Dorothy  Irene  Posvic 

Elston  David  Herron  James  Andrew  Shearer 


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THE  nRR»RY  OF  THE 
JUN  1 4  1933 

UNIVERSITY  OF  ILLINOIS 


The  Order  of  Exercises 


The  Commencement  Procession 


Prelude 

Grand  March — The  Crown  of  India Elgar 

Second  Movement  (Larghetto)  from  Symphony  in  E  minor Francketti 

UNIVERSITY  CONCERT  BAND 
Albert  Austin  Harding,  Director 


The  Invocation 


The  Reverend  MARTIN  S.  BRYANT,  A.M.,  B.D. 
University  Baptist  Church,  Champaign 


The  Commencement  Address 

HARRY  WOODBURN  CHASE,  Ph.D.,  L.H.D.,  LL.D. 

President  of  the  University 


First  Movement  from  Symphony  in  E  minor Francketti 

The  Conferring  of  Degrees 

THE  PRESIDENT  OF  THE  UNIVERSITY 

The  Benediction 

The  Reverend  Mr.  BRYANT 


THE  imf^^y  OF  THE 
OUN  14  1933 

UNIVERSITY  OF  ILLINOIS 


Candidates  for  Degrees 

The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts 

In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Gardner  Bemis  Abbott 

Margaret  Baker  Alexander 

Sherman  Carroll  Anderson 

Emma  Lillian  Ankele 

Betty  Louise  Apmadoc 

John  Allen  Appleman,  with  Honors 

in  Economics 
Elbert  Armstrong 
Warren  Henry  Badger 
Edward  Homer  Baker,  Jr. 
LuTiTiA  Elizabeth  Balthis 
Gertrude  Pauline  Barber 
Julia  Louise  Beatty 
Rose  Bell 

Victor  Harris  Belshaw 
Ruth  Cundall  Benedict 
Edgar  Frederic  Bennett 
^La.bel  Ruth  Berger 
Ellen  ^Lary  Bertinelli 
Margaret  Leigh  Beshers 
Charles  Ross  Birks 
Gladys  Muriel  Blankley,  with 

Honors  in  Latin 
Emily  Mary  Blewitt 
Richard  Hoppes  Bliss 
Philip  Miller  Boord 
Charles  John  Boorkman 
Helen  ^L'XRGaret  Borchers 
Harold  William  Borsch 
^La.rjorie  Louise  Bredehorn,  with 

High  Honors  in  History 
LaVerne  Charlotte  Marie  Brenner 
William  Pierce  Brodkorb 
Albert  Brown 
Margaret  Enid  Brown 
Elaine  June  Bryar 
Eileen  Jane  Brydges 
Sophie  Brzenk 
Marguerite  Mary  Buesching 
Barnard  de  Witt  Burks,  with  High 

Honors  in  Entomology 
Fr.\nk  Winfield  Byrns 
^L^rtin  Cablk 
Edith  Esther  Calvert 
Alma  Harriet  Carson,  with  Honors 

in  Mathematics 
^L\RTiN  Leroy  Cassell,  Jr. 
Thelma  Faye  Chapman 
Ruth  Pritchard  Childs 
Elizabeth  Loudon  Clark 


Leonard  William  Coale 

Mary  Elizabeth  Coleman 

Harold  Edgar  Conant 

Elbridge  Hanecy  Condee 

Marjorie  Louise  Conley 

John  James  Conlin 

Violet  Adeline  Connit 

Doris  Mary  Connors 

Dorsey  Connors 

Eleanor  Frances  Cook 

William  Wesley  Cook 

Joseph  Walter  Corazza 

Scott  Herbert  Courier 

Margaret  Eleanor  Crook 

Robert  Purdum  Crook 

Irma  Louise  Culbertson 

Ruth  Curtis 

Gordon  Albert  DaCosta 

Daniel  Holland  Dailey,  Jr. 

Ruth  Louise  Dalrymple,  with  Honors 

in  English 
Harris  Loy  Dante,  with  Honors  in 

History 
Virginia  Catherine  Dasso 
Placide  Daues,  with  High  Honors  in 

English 
Frances  Alice  Davidson 
Margaret  Tedrick  Davidson,  with 

Honors  in  Psychology 
Bessie  Pauline  Davis 
Herbert  Summerfield  Day 
Charles  Murray  Demster 
Helen  Dick 

Myrtle  Margaret  Dillner 
Ruby  Alice  Ditzler 
Carl  Jens  Dueser 
Zelda  Zee  Duncan 
Arthur  Emmett  Duram 
Walter  Owen  Edwards,  Jr. 
Irene  Eleanor  Elson 
Nancy  Louise  Embree 
Albert  Ain  Epstein 
Eleanor  Louise  Evans 
Ann  Fabian 

Robert  Vance  Faragher 
Dorothy  Adele  Feingold 
Jane  Fisher 
MiLO  Joseph  Fleming 
Robert  Edward  Forrest 

WiLLYE  AlITA  FoRTENBERRY 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  12,  ip^^ 


Marie  Elizabeth  Fox 

Ethel  Freeman 

Hazel  Bernice  Freeman 

Louise  Hanna  Freeman 

Louis  Peter  Friedman 

Douglas  VanAnden  Frost 

Norbert  Campbell  Garrison 

Louise  Elaine  Geidell 

James  Ernest  Gibbons 

Harry  Herndon  Caulder  Gibson 

Elizabeth  Glasgow 

Neva  N.  Gleason,  with  Honors  in 

French 
Carolyn  Ruth  Goar,  with  Honors  in 

English 
Mary  Louise  Goelitz 
Eleanor  Louise  Goodale 
Mary  Hill  Goodall,  with  Honors  in 

French 
Stanley  Lelewer  Goodfriend 
Milton  E.  Goodman,  Jr. 
Russell  Lawrence  Gorevitz 
Donald  Hartwig  Gratiot 
Max  Greenberg 
Erville  Glenn  Griffin 
Catherine  Ruth  Grometer 
Herbert  Grossman 
Paul  Franz  Grote,  Jr.,  with  Honors 

in  Political  Science 
Buckingham  Willcox  Gunn 
Edna  Elizabeth  Gurr 
Neva  Elizabeth  Guthrie 
Eleanor  Haefele 
Richard  Carlton  Hagan,  with  Honors 

in  Philosophy 
Paul  Jennings  Hannahs 
Robert  Leroy  Harbaugh 
Geneva  Harrison 
Jane  Milbourne  Hart 
John  Hooker  Hartsook,  with  Honors 

in  Spanish 
Gwendolyn  Trent  Harvey 
Janice  Ruth  Harvey 
Elizabeth  Haynie 
Mildred  Missouri  Hedges 
Mathilde  T.  Helfrich 
Welker  William  Henderson 
Frank  Douglas  Hendricks 
Donald  Frederick  Hermes 
Dorothy  Anne  Herron 
Leonard  Julian  Hertzberg 
Helen  Elizabeth  Hinckley,  with 

Honors  in  French 
James  Morris  Hodge 
Helen  Marjorie  Hohengarten 
Marion  Nancy  Holloway 
Joseph  Gerard  Holty 


Julius  Nicholas  Hook 

BuRSON  Franklin  Horn 

John  Andrew  Houpert,  with  Honors 

in  French 
Elmer  Ellsworth  Howard 
Irene  A-Iarie  Howell 
Mary  Kathleen  Howell,  with  Honors 

in  Political  Science 
Merle  Emanuel  Hubka 
Paul  McClure  Hltdelson 
Leo  Hughes,  with  High  Honors  in 

English 
Richard  Ryan  Hughes 
Alice  Lucetta  Jane  Ireland 
Marian  Gertrude  Irrmann 
Dorothy  Louise  Iungerich 
Harriet  Marie  Iverson 
Margaret  Evelyn  Jacobson 
Joseph  Charles  Janui^is 
Christabel  Beatrice  Johnson 
Frances  Morris  Johnson 
Marian  Rose  Johnson 
Marjorie  Aileen  Johnson 
Pearl  Evelyn  Johnson 
Thelma  Jean  Johnson 
Ethel  Leah  Dickey  Johnston 
Alfred  Hanby  Jones 
Virginia  Maxine  Jones 
Marion  Martha  Jourdan 
George  Lee  Kanberg 
Evadna  Kavana 
Robert  McCurdy  Kennedy 
Anne  Louise  Kenyon 
Margaret  Lorraine  Kincaid 
Kathleen  King 
Caroline  Frances  Kirkland 
Mabel  Eula  Kirkpatrick 
Robert  Henry  Kleene 
Milton  Klein 

Theodore  Gaillard  Knappenberger 
Ruth  Mae  Smith  Koch,  with  High 

Honors  in  Philosophy 
Warren  Wesley  Krughoff 
Lillian  K.  Kubicek 
Ralph  Eldon  Lane,  with  Honors  in 

Mathematics 
Charles  Wesley  Lee 
Lillian  Jane  Leeke 
LuLA  Blanche  Lentz 
Dorothy  Redina  Levin 
Katherine  Kress  Levings 
Julia  Mary  Lewis 
William  Frederick  Hardcastle 

LiNDALL 

Mary  Alice  Long,  with  Honors  in 

French 
Lenore  Jean  Lorimer 


The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Teaxette  Kathryn  Loveless 

Faxxye  Mae  Lurie 

DoxALD  Withers  Lyddon 

Tack  Neal  McCoxaha 

George  William  AIcCormick 

Norma  Hood  AIcCreery 

Philip  William  I^IcDovvell 

Earl  McKeehax 

Charles  Daxiel  MacMillan 

Robert  William  Mahxke 

Johaxxa  Malandroxe,  with  Honors  in 

Chemistry 
William  Charles  Martin 
BoNiTA  Clara  ^^Iatthews,  with 

Honors  in  History 
Arthur  Willard  Mielke,  with  High 

Honors  in  History 
Arthur  Parker  Miles 
Kenxeth  William  J^Iiles 
Lawrexce  Frederick  Miller 
Richard  Froman  Miller 
SoxiA  Miller 
Helex  Lucile  Mills 
Joseph  Fraxcis  ]^Iirabella 
Taxe  }^Ioberley 
Dellagexe  Moldex,  with  Honors  in 

English 
\'erxox  Ezekiel  Moore 
Paula  Katherixe  More,  with  Honors 

in  Zoology 
Gexevieve  Elizabeth  Morris 
George  Hexry  Morton 
Joseph  Hexry  Mueller,  with  Honors 

in  Political  Science 
Gwexdolyn  Elizabeth  Murphy 
Jay  Wesley  Mltrphy 
Lilliax  Louise  Neal 
Carl  James  Neer 
Ethel  ^Larie  Nelson 
Helex  Virgixia  Nelson 
Katherixe  Irene  Nietsch 
Mary  Josephixe  Noble 
Miltox  William  Nosek 
Marvix  Maxwell  Novick 
Gordox  Whitcomb  Nugext,  with 

Honors  in  English 
Virginia  Carolyx  Nussell 
DwiGHT  Raymond  Oberlink 
Margaret  Elizabeth  O'Brien 
Dorothy  Kathryn  O'Connor 
Louise  Charlotte  Oehl 
Virginia  Louise  O'Leary,  with 

Honors  in  English 
Virginia  Jane  Olsen 
Beth  Olwin 
ZvliLDRED  Ruth  Parkhill 
Philip  Passman 


Frances  Patton 

Frank  William  Peacock,  Jr. 

Henry  Xavier  Petz 

Theodore  Louis  Pezman 

Frances  Phillippe,  with  Honors  in 

French 
Jay  Hamilton  Phillips 
Marian  Lucille  Phillips 
James  Payton  Phinnie 
Philip  Eli  Pofcher 
Sidney  Laurence  Port 
Dorothy  Powell 
Dwight  Powell 
Marian  Lucile  Powell 
Lee  Huse  Pray 
Fred  Joseph  Propp 
Harriet  Nelle  Purves 
Arte  Ramey 
Juanita  Ramey 
Eugene  Ray 
Anita  Rose  Reece 
John  Franklin  Regan,  Jr. 
Laura  Louise  Reichmann 
Ralph  Brower  Reid 
Joseph  Harvey  Renfrew,  with  Honors 

in  Chemistry 
Martha  Jean  Reynolds 
Paul  Thornton  Riggle 
Rosella  Elizabeth  Ring 
Dorothy  Ethel  Rives 
John  Frederic  Robinson 
Catherine  Margaret  Rodgers 
Edna  Pauline  Rothwell 
Dorothy  Catherine  Roubinek 
Joseph  Allen  Rubenstein,  Jr. 
Viola  Ida  Ruestmann 
Dorothy  Runge 
Katherixe  Marietta  Ryckman,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Lillian  Levinson  Salwin,  with 

Honors  in  History 
Lucile  Rossetta  Sanders 
Meryl  Sanders,  with  Honors  in 

English 
Evelyn  Cecilia  Saunders 
Sarah  Elizabeth  Curry  Scheick 
William  Joseph  Schlatter,  with 

Honors  in  Philosophy 
Ernest  F.  Schmidt 
Dorothy  Marie  Schneiter,  with 

Honors  in  Speech 
Elizabeth  Helen  Dorothy  Schroeder, 

with  High  Honors  in  German 
Aline  Elizabeth  Schultz 
William  Frederic  John  Schulz 
Clara  Emma  Schumm,  with  Honors 

in  English 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  12,  ipss 


Dorothy  Fox  Scudder 
John  Byron  Sheets 
Ruth  Ellen  Sheldon 
Geraldine  Faye  Shuman 
Elmer  Wayne  Siler,  with  High 

Honors  in  History 
Arnold  Frederick  Simon 
Clarence  Curtis  Sisson 
Sister  Mary  Mark  Rund 
Thomas  Arkle  Skeels 
Cranford  Evelyn  Skiles 
Daniel  Aaron  Smith,  Jr. 
Herschel  Stanley  Smith 
Carl  Dallas  Sneed 
Jack  Alexander  Spear 
Lillian  Stanford 
Dwight  Wilson  Baker  Steele 
Vivian  Jane  Stern 
Herbert  Myron  Stevenson 
William  Henry  Stewart 
Richard  Allen  Stice 
Frances  Marian  Stubblefield 
Sadie  Levina  Stubbs 
George  Dexter  Sudlow^ 
Robert  Lewis  Taylor 
Leonard  William  Telleen 
Elizabeth  Thayer 
Mary  Frances  Thoma 
RoYCE  L.  Thompson 
Maxine  Juliana  Traub 
Katherine  Anne  Tuach,  with 

Honors  in  French 


Harris  Latimer  Undem 

James  Russell  Vaky,  with  Honors  in 

German 
Joseph  Anthony  Van  Dyke 
Alice  Esther  Vaughan,  with 

Honors  in  English 
Virginia  Esther  Vogel 
S.  Dorothy  Brumund  Wangman,  with 

Honors  in  French 
James  Leopold  Waring 
Leslie  Allen  Watt,  with  High 

Honors  in  Economics 
Edith  Elizabeth  Weaver 
Helen  Josephine  Wherry 
Ronald  Henry  White 
Jessie  Primrose  Whyte 
Mildred  Evelyn  Wilcox 
Martha  Willett 
Floy  Irene  Willhoite 
Grace  Mills  Williams 
EsPEY  Carrl  Williamson 
Peter  Klein  Wilson 
Hugh  Paul  Wisher 
William  Norman  Wittenfeld,  with 

Honors  in  Psychology 
Elsie  Mae  Woodward 
Robert  Dean  Woolsey 
Howard  Grier  Young 
MuRRELL  Ellis  Young 
Robert  Isdell  Zearing 


In  Home  Economics 


Katherin  Geneva  Fishbaugh 
Henrietta  Louise  Kamarit 
Redith  R.  Reeves 


Marian  Ruth  Wheeler 
Esther  Vivian  Wilson 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Henry  Anker 

Paul  Russell  Bingham 

Alice  Boon 

Mary  Margaret  Casto 

Ernest  Charles  Cohenour 

DoRLAND  Jones  Davis,  with  High 

Honors  in  Zoology 
Pauline  May  Fietsam 
Edgar  Thomas  Galezio 
MiTzi  Gold 
Nicholas  Gordon 
Anna  Louise  Gray 
Wade  Frederic  Heritage 
Ruby  Mae  Holden 
Mildred  Lucile  Huser,  with  Honors 

in  Mathematics 


Paul  Vincent  Keane 

Andre  Pierre  Lombardi 

Howe  Elliott  McClure,  with  High 

Honors  in  Entomology 
Ralph  Lowell  Moss 
Janina  Nowakowska 
Velma  Elizabeth  Pottorf 
Ruth  Reed 

Edna  Margaret  Reese 
Harland  Burr  Roney,  with  High 

Honors  in  Zoology 
Anna  Irene  Rose 
Lawrence  Bert  Rosendahl 
Martin  Rozner 
Melle  Kellogg  Russell 
Wilma  Farrell  Saul,  with  Honors 

in  Botany 


The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Paul  Edwin  Swenson 
Sarabelle  Talbot 
Joseph  Alfred  Tills 


Sophie  Tuman 

Stanley  Wells  Widger,  with  Honors 
in  Chemistry 


In  Chemistry 


Robert  Wilson  Auten,  with  High 

Honors 
Joseph  LaGarde  Bearden 
Leonard  Eugene  Beare 
Donald  Burdette  Black,  with 

Honors 
Ford  Hugo  Blunck 
Reginald  Francis  Buller,  with 

Honors 
Robert  William  Cadle 
Joseph  Eugene  Drummond 
Theodore  Herman  Gewecke 
Lucius  Gilman,  with  High  Honors 
Julian  Glasser,  with  High  Honors 
Stillman  Reese  Goff 
Albert  Robert  Hanke 


Emil  Theodore  Hinkel,  Jr. 

Arthur  George  Holstein,  Jr. 

William  Emil  Kalb 

Alfred  Peter  Kozacik 

Herbert  S.  Lakin 

Harry  R.  AIcNeely,  Jr. 

David  William  Mitchell 

John  Joseph  Mullane 

Charles  Edward  Niehaus 

Thomas  Chandler  Rector 

Harold  Arthur  Thiemann 

Donald  Thompson 

Joseph  Abrahm  Valentine  Turck,  Jr. 

John  Walker  Voris 

Walter  Isom  Waggoner 

John  Leland  Wagner 


In  Chemical  Engineering 


Roy  Samuelson  Arrandale,  with 

High  Honors 
James  Clyde  Bailie,  with  Honors 
Robert  Eugene  Ballinger 
Merton  Monroe  Beckwith 
Emerson  Cartmel  Beeler 
Frank  Elliot  Birkett,  with  Honors 
Solomon  Jessie  Bishov 
Adolph  Oscar  Blatter 
Theodore  Ambrose  Bradbury 
Raymond  Cory  Comings 
John  Alva  Crawford 
Edward  Nathan  Davis 
Lester  Frank  Deditius,  with  High 

Honors 
Carlyle  Gr.^eme  Duncan-Clark 
Howard  James  Elgin 
Robert  Smith  Frye 
Robert  Karl  Green 
David  Harry  Handel 


Norman  Kenneth  Helmrath 

Uno  Theodore  Hill 

Carl  Melbourne  Kennedy 

Robert  William  Krebs,  with  Honors 

Thomas  Dave  Kruzic 

Daniel  Joseph  Manning 

Perry  Andy  Martinson 

DuANE  Smith  Noecker 

Arthur  John  Paik,  with  Honors 

George  Melvin  Pohler,  with  High 

Honors 
Willard  Martin  Presson 
Richard  Sanders  Rhodes 
John  Adrian  Saathoff 
Charles  Vernon  Smith 
Harry  Berdan  Smock 
Joseph  Soffranko 
Lawrence  Eugene  Stapp 
Leonard  Edmund  Weeg 
Richard  Wallace  West 


The  College  of  Commerce  and  Business 
Administration 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Accountancy 


Harris  Wayne  Aden,  with  Honors 
Ernst  Ellis  Bareuther,  with  Honors 
Lee  Ellis  Block 


Norman  McLeod  Bronson,  with 

Honors 
Harry  Orrin  Clendenin,  Jr. 


lO 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  12,  igsS 


Cecil  Benjamin  Davis 

Vernon  Lee  Douthit,  with  High 

Honors 
Norman  Herz  Feingold 
Theodore  George  Freedlund,  with 

High  Honors 
Priscilla  Lallie  Gairing 
Edwin  Lawrence  Getting,  with 

Honors 
Fred  Louis  Greilsheim 
Paul  Edwin  Hamman,  with  Honors 
Francis  Marion  Hilliard 
Edward  Arthur  Holcomb 
Theodore  Adam  Jones 
Harry  Conrad  Koenigsmark,  with 

Honors 
Irving  Hildreth  Kraft 
Robert  Maxwell  Little 
Elmer  Carl  Luther 
John  Ard  McCullough 
Richard  Llewellyn  McKnight,  with 

High  Honors 
Joseph  Valentine  Matella,  with 

Honors 
Christian  Daniel  Meislahn,  Jr. 
Sol  Millis 
Harold  Hewitt  Mount,  with  Honors 


Demosthenes  Sotirios  Panagopoulos 
Norton  W.  Payne,  with  Honors 
Benjamin  Franklin  Powell,  Jr. 
Lester  Kumhn  Prentiss,  with 

Honors 
Russell  V.  Puzey 
Leland  Arkell  Quindry 
Lois  L  Rash,  with  Honors 
Max  Richard  Rhine 
Carl  Vail  Schermerhorn 
Robert  Frederick  Schutz 
Richard  Henry  Shirley 
Clifford  Stanley  Sims 
Elmer  Edward  Smith 
Thomas  Leroy  Smith 
John  Soma 

Maurice  Edward  Steele 
Mildred  Charlotte  Stiegemeyer, 

with  High  Honors 
Leo  Vern  Tinkham 
Dallas  Ross  Tyree 
Lawrence  Vork 
Leroy  Goddard  Ward 
Doris  Victorine  Wise 
Robert  Louis  Zelle,  with  High 

Honors 


In  Banking  and  Finance 


Harold  Kenneth  Anderson 
Chester  LeRoy  Blomberg 
Donald  Butterfield 
Roland  Philip  Carlson 
Walter  Cleland 
Marshall  M.  Dollahan 
Lucinda  Dorothea  Gauer 
Charles  Keith  Grant 
William  Henry  Greenfield 
Cornell  Anthony  Lmming 
William  George  Karnes 
Ward  Milton  Karraker 
Samuel  McKennon  Keys 


William  Oliver  Lee 
Millard  Samuel  McGuffin 
Harry  Shaw  Maulding 
William  Charles  Nicol 
Joseph  Searles  Peacock 
Charles  Edwin  Roberts 
Joseph  Robert  Schelstreet 
George  Little  Scripps 
Murray  Lewis  Shrader 
Reynold  Seigfried  Smith,  Jr. 
Elbridge  Winthrop  Staudt 
Ira  Norris  Thompson 
Joe  Albert  Vanerka 


In  Commerce  and  Law 


Floyd  Roy  Abernathy 
George  Thomas  Christie 
Morris  Daniel  Coppersmith 
James  William  Fry 
George  Nathan  Gilkerson 
Richard  Elmer  Hussey 


William  Jacobs 
John  Audrey  Kirk 
Huntington  James  Otis 
Don  Layton  Prillaman 
Robert  James  Sears 


In  Commercial  Teaching 


Ray  Alexander  Fullerton 
Anthony  Paul  Kovanic 
Harvey  Joseph  Pack 


Stanley  Theodore  Sandell 
Norma  Augusta  Seider 
Joseph  John  Zbornik 


The  College  of  Commerce  and  Business  Administration ii 


In  Foreign  Commerce 


Frank  Neil  Carxahan 
Martha  Frieda  Etzbach 
Edgar  Miller  Evans 
William  Milton  Kleinhans 
Parker  Block  Smith 


Frances  Mildred  Vogel 
Frank  Oscar  Weber 
William  Albert  Zei 
Joseph  Edwin  Zwisler,  Jr. 


In  General  Business 


Gerald  Gervase  Aimone 

Robert  Charles  Altera 

Katherine  Cynthia  Altorfer 

William  Albert  Amsler 

John  Albert  Stuart  Anderson 

William  Busey  Arnold 

Lawrence  Brainard  Askin 

June  Arthura  Baer 

William  Watson  Baker,  Jr. 

Howard  Cecil  Baldwin 

Dorothy'  Kathryne  Balita 

Ervin  Carl  Bast 

Caslon  Kent  Bennett 

Winifred  Flint  Berry 

York  Kyle  Bishop 

William  Zachary  Black 

W'lLLiAM  Lawrence  Blake 

Ralph  Bl.\nchard 

Roger  William  Brown 

Harold  Kent  Buchanan 

Warren  Albert  Bunge 

Charles  Crispin  Christensen 

Ruth  Alene  Cleavelin 

Hazel  Lillian  Clothier 

Alex  Coleman 

Fred  Howard  Comstock 

Jack  Willis  Cowles 

Borden  Bowne  Cox 

Arden  Brown  Crawford 

Charles  James  Crawford 

Herbert  LeRoy  Crisler 

Benjamin  Haddon  Davenport 

Hymen  Davis 

William  Thompson  Davis  III 

Myrtle  Annabelle  Dehn 

Harold  William  Dickhut 

Carl  George  Dohme 

Ruth  Lambert  Drayer 

Frank  J.  Dvorak 

Glenn  Sidney  Eastburn 

Robert  William  Elich,  with  Honors 

Frank  Flinn  Elliott 

Harold  Lloyd  Eyer 

Alfred  Theodore  Fagerburg 


Jack  Francis  Feddersen,  with  High 

Honors 
Robert  Brown  Franks 
Kenneth  John  Galm 
William  Edward  Getman 
Earl  Parke  Godwin 
James  Norman  Gray 
Thomas  Woollen  Guin 
Myron  David  Gutmann 
John  Nathan  Hadley 
Clyde  Quimby  Haldane 
Raymond  Ellmore  Harroun 
Clayton  Sayre  Hexton 
Erwin  Robert  Horash 
Wallace  Richard  Hornby 
Adrian  Johansson 
Norman  Edgar  Kasch 
Kenneth  Earl  Keene 
George  Gus  Kerasotes 
Dudley  Johnson  Kingman 
Philip  Crimmons  Kolb 
Ruth  Koller,  with  Honors 
James  Leonard  Kraft 
Edwin  Porter  Larson 
John  Hartwell  Lashley 
Arthur  Dillon  Lea  sure 
George  Kapp  Leisenring 
Harry  Dean  Litt 
Harold  Bronson  Louderback 
Robert  Henry  Luther 
Paul  Edwin  McDonald 
Harry  Stanley  M.«i.ger 
Harold  Henry  Malottke 
Annis  Pauline  Minier 
Robert  George  Moench 
Mary  Wyckoff  Moore 
Andrew  Mrugowski 
Donald  Ferguson  Mulvihill 
Edith  Lydia  Munro 
David  Nesler 
William  Foster  Newell 
Will  Harold  Oldham,  Jr. 
Conrad  Nathaniel  Penington 
Darius  Edward  Phebus 
Laurence  Jewell  Pickett 


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Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  12,  iQSS 


John  Francis  Pilgrim 
Harold  William  Porter 
Kenneth  John  Preisel 
Robert  Carlton  Ratliff 
Charles  Gramesly  Reasor 
Harry  John  Reck 
Stanley  Franklin  Rehm 
Fredrick  Arnold  Reisner 
Virlon  Scott  Rice 
Joseph  Aloysius  Santi 
George  Edward  Sapora 
William  Mitchell  Sator 
John  Raymond  Sawtell 
Farrington  Treat  Schaeffer 
Paul  Schminke 
John  Arthur  Selig 
Joseph  Emmett  Sheehan 
Kenneth  Adair  Skiles 
Albin  Wesley  Skogler 
Walter  Forbes  Sloan 
Kenneth  Allen  Smith 
Stanley  Antony  Stanks 


Ira  Arlington  Stephens 
Alyce  Pauline  Talbot 
Clarence  Albert  Thompson 
Herbert  Franklin  Tieman 
Earle  James  Tonsgard 
Paul  Orville  Ulmer 
Joseph  Aloysius  Vancura 
Herschel  Everett  Wacaser 
George  Florus  Merrill  Ward 
Olaf  Arthur  Watne 
Paul  Louis  Weinman 
George  John  West 
Margaret  Louise  Westenberger 
Robert  Conant  White 
Mortimer  Delno  Wilber 
Joseph  Henry  Willig 
Charles  Norman  Wishart 
Lawrence  Leroy  Wollenhaupt 
WiNSLOw  Mltrray  Wright 
Hubert  Percy  Yarnell 
Carroll  Edgar  Yeast 


In  Industrial  Administration 


John  Edward  Burns 
William  Carleton  Gifford 
Kenneth  Arthur  Leland  Johnson 
Orville  Frank  Kocour 
Sidney  Ben  Lifschultz 


John  Ludwig  Ongemach 
Kenneth  Raymond  Sanders 
Otto  Leonard  Wolter 
Frederick  La  Verne  Woodley 


Byron  Blue  Bruner 
William  Joseph  Eovaldi 
Donald  Verne  Luby 


In  Public  Utilities 


Robert  Cannon  Sloan,  with  Honors 
Edward  Gordon  Watson 


In  Trade  and  Civic  Secretarial  Service 
Sarah  Margaret  Applegate  Henry  Ackert  Glasstetter 


In  Accountancy  and  Banking  and  Finance 


Marshall  Alaine  Anderson 
Cecil  Earl  Blain,  with  Honors  in 

Banking  and  Finance 
Ralph  Harlan  Blakemore,  with 

Honors  in  Accountancy;  High 

Honors  in  Banking  and  Finance 
Walter  Edwin  Busker,  with  Honors 

in  Banking  and  Finance 
Alfred  Edward  Christiaens 
James  Eldon  Fitzpatrick 
George  Marshall  Highberg 


Alfonse  Thomas  Malinosky,  with 
Honors  in  Banking  and  Finance 

Howard  John  Marshall 

Joel  Hubbard  Rossiter 

William  Pearson  Stowe 

Gerald  Christian  Weiland,  with  High 
Honors  in  Accountancy 

William  Ernest  Weise,  with  High 
Honors  in  Accountancy 

William  Arnold  Zoeller 


The  College  of  Engineering 


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The  College  of  Engineering 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Ceramics 
Edward  Gustav  Porst,  with  Honors         John  Caleb  Swartz 

In  Ceramic  Engineering 


Lens  Harry  Berkelhamer,  with 

Honors 
Ralph  Elliott  Bevis 
Russell  Fields  Duncan 
Charles  Ward  Henson 
Byrox  Benjamin  Josi 
Frederick  Rognald  Matson,  Jr. 
James  William  Pettyjohn,  Jr. 


Robert  Grant  Russell 
Morrow  Dickey  Schnell 
John  George  Seanor 
William  B.  Silverman 
Robert  James  Whitesell,  with 

High  Honors 
Paul  Clifton  Wiegand 


In  Civil  Engineering 


George  John  Antrobius 

Harold  William  Augur 

William  Murdoch  Avery 

Irwin  Hughes  Baker 

William  Robert  Baldinger 

David  AIerrill  Baldwin,  with  Honors 

\'incent  Dudley  Barnum 

Karl  Theodore  Barthelmess 

Joe  Charles  Behrens 

Oscar  Ruben  Bengston,  with  Honors 

Arthur  James  Thomas  Bennett 

Howard  John  Benson 

James  Ignatius  Bomba,  Jr. 

Giles  Lacey  Carr 

George  Richmond  Carter 

MiLO  Albert  Churchill 

Daniel  Cohen 

Robert  Forsyth  Donaldson 

John  Howard  Dunker 

Frank  Fisher,  Jr. 

Irving  Forest  Gerdel 

Dudley  Goodell 

Francis  Ralph  Grant 

Philip  Joseph  Guenzer,  with  High 

Honors 
Jesse  Richard  Gulick 
Donald  Kibler  Harmeson 
William  Albert  Hasfurther 
Henry  James  Helter 
Robert  Bohumil  Hurt 
Joseph  Peter  Joyce 
Joseph  Roy  Kempston 


Robert  Whittemore  Kern 
Andrew  Stanley  Kleszewski 
Richard  Sherrard  Langman,  with 

High  Honors 
Harry  McDermith 
Cyril  Aaron  Milens 
Mary  Thelma  Miller 
Clifford  Elmer  Missman 
Kenneth  DeFord  Morland 
Djelal  Moustafa 
Corless  Barton  Nelson 
Charles  William  Nobes 
Edmund  Robert  O'Brien 
Thomas  Ondrus 
Francis  DeRonald  Park 
Lloyd  Albert  Pfaff 
Walter  Warren  Potokar 
Erwin  Joseph  Roesel 
Wallace  Clark  Root 
Harry  Harold  Sauerwein 
Jack  Edward  Slattery 
Donald  Wilbert  Smith 
Jack  Allen  Spector 
Henry  Harrison  Walther 
Louis  David  Weinberg 
John  Arnold  Wellner 
Ivan  Lee  Wissmiller,  with  High 

Honors 
Lester  John  Wolma 
William  Lee  Yarger 
Paul  Martin  Zander 
George  Vernon  Zintel 


In  Electrical  Engineering 


Thomas  William  Abbott 
Al.\n  Harry  Bate 
Paul  Stuart  Bickenbach,  with 
Honors 


Herman  William  Bieritz 
Roland  Leon  Bissey 
William  Arthur  Briggs 


14 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  12,  19 S3 


Wesley  Wilson  Brooks,  with  Honors 

Alfred  James  Bryant 

Burton  Fredrick  Buchan 

Jack  Chizewer 

George  William  Chynoweth,  Jr. 

Maurice  Hyman  Cohn 

Earl  Stafford  Constant 

James  Joseph  Costello 

Cornelius  Patrick  Crowley 

Carl  Curphey 

Arthur  Merle  Daily,  with  High 

Honors 
Francis  Joseph  Darke,  Jr. 
Carl  Endres,  with  Honors 
Harold  John  Fink,  with  High  Honors 
James  Albert  Fizzell,  with  Honors 
Willis  Bronson  Foote 
Robert  Louis  Goodyear 
Oscar  Boldt  Gorenflo 
William  John  Heaney 
Marion  Stanley  Helm,  with  High 

Honors 
Bernard  Maxwell  Hess,  with  High 

Honors 
William  Wright  Hinshaw 
Howard  Neill  Inwood 
Stephen  James  Jeffery 
Kenneth  John  Johnson 
James  Roderick  Johnstone 


Lawrence  Francis  Kehoe 
Frank  Godfrey  Kraml 
John  Frank  Kruzic 
Robert  Nathan  Leavitt 
Clarence  Harman  Lewis 
Isadore  Lieberman 
SiGMUND  Francis  Malan 
NoRBERT  Charles  Miller 
Eugene  Gus  Mull 
Mansur  Park 
Salvador  Pena-Garcia 
Willis  Eugene  Phillips 
Edward  Blakeslee  Pringle 
Millard  Erven  Rada 
George  William  Rohkohl 
Lewis  John  Rubenking 
George  Preston  Shallcross 
LeVerne  Eckhart  Siemon 
Bhagat  Singh 
William  Oliver  Smith 
Harold  James  Vasconcelles 
Carlos  Wilbur  Veach 
Vernon  Clifford  Westberg 
Julian  Carl  Wheeler 
"Dean  Elmo  Wisleder,  with  High 

Honors 
Robert  Beekman  Zane 
George  Ellsworth  Zinser 


In  General  Engineering 


Louis  Henry  Arning 
Robert  Edward  Baumberger 
Arthur  Prentice  Bear 
William  Horace  Eddy 
Joseph  Horner  Field 
John  Mather  Gustafson 


John  Herbert  Holstein 
Otto  Lloyd  McBride 
Harry  Ferdinand  Mathews 
Vail  Hall  Moore 
Frederick  William  Mousel 


In  Mechanical  Engineering 


Eugene  Nathan  Angell,  with  High 

Honors 
Richard  Frances  Armitage 
Harry  Ashley  Barber 
Wilmer  Charles  Bennett 
Paul  Edward  Boettcher 
Daniel  Eugene  Christopher 
Nicholas  Andrew  Collora,  with  High 

Honors 
Warren  Eugene  Compton,  with  High 

Honors 
Joseph  Danda 
Edward  Patrick  Dempsey 
Burlle  Randal  Farr 
Samuel  Otto  Fishman 


Carl  Richard  Freeman 

Vernon  Clarence  Fry 

William  Lee  Ganschinietz 

Charles  James  Geiser,  with  Honors 

Charles  Morris  Gollin 

W.  Eugene  Harris 

John  Robinson  Henderson,  with 

High  Honors 
Raymond  Jay  Heydecker 
John  Joseph  Huck 
Richard  Evan  Jones 
Harold  Irving  Kalde 
Robert  Smith  Krueger 
Robert  Ernest  Lee 


The  College  of  Agriculture 


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Charles  Kenneth  Mader 

Leonard  Peller 

Kenneth  John  Rabe 

William  Max  Ragland 

WiNTHROP  Richards 

Robert  Newton  Richardson 

Hugh  McAllister  Rich  art 

John  Herman  Rickerman,  with  High 

Honors 
Edward  Frank  Ross 
Robert  Jltes  Salinger 
Carl  Ernest  Salzman 
Joseph  Veatch  Schuster 
Harold  August  Schwanbeck 
Elbert  Joseph  Sieber 


Eugene  Edgar  Stephens,  with  High 

Honors 
James  Thomson  Stewart 
Russell  Milton  Turner 
Charles  John  Vanerka 
Marshall  Wallberg 
Fred  O.  Weirich 
Adolph  Leonard  Wellander 
Joseph  David  Wenghofer 
Charles  Richard  Woodfill 
Robert  McCormick  Young 
Anthony  Zemaitis,  with  High 

Honors 
John  AIichael  Zikmund 


Edward  Frank  Grable 
Palx  Lavern  Richards 


In  Mining  Engineering 

Clyde  Samuel  Smith 


In  Engineering  Physics 


Sanford  Alfred  Berg 
Gilbert  Bartholomew  Bliss 
Byron  Thorwell  Darling,  with 

Honors 
Albert  William  Gasper 
George  Kenneth  Green,  with  High 

Honors 


George  Wilbur  Klohr 
Walter  Christian  Nelson 
John  Louis  Ryde,  with  Honors 
Henry  Harold  Schwartz 
Edward  Sanford  Turnipseed 


In  Railway  Civil  Engineering 

Casimir  Joseph  Chmielewski 


Dominic  Bergelis 
Charles  Burton  Long 


In  Railway  Electrical  Engineering 

Mark  Francis  Smucker 


In  Railway  Mechanical  Engineering 
Lennart  Nels  Dahlen  John  Spencer  Ingles 


The  College  of  Agriculture 
Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Agriculture 


Robert  Henry  Anderson 
Carl  Edward  Bartelson 
William  Earle  Bell 
Leonard  Max  Bertagnolu 
Herbert  Wayne  Bitting 


Alfred  Edgar  Bodman 
Oden  Eugene  Brown 
William  Henry  Brown,  Jr. 
Mac  Allen  Campbell,  with  High 
Honors 


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Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  12,  ipjj 


George  Dineen  Carter 

Lester  Bogard  Case 

Larue  Claude  Chapman 

Ralph  Clifford 

Keyon  Phimister  Comstock 

Lyle  Joslyn  Coolidge 

George  Francis  Cronan 

Edward  Anthony  Crum 

Robert  Edwin  Dagner 

Theodore  Link  Davis,  with  Honors 

Robert  Irving  De  Long 

William  Euphrates  Elder 

Robert  Laurence  Emmons 

Dalson  Henry  Esry 

Maurice  Hayes  Flesher 

Theodore  Roosevelt  Fry 

Herman  E.  Gardner 

Stephen  Robert  Golden 

Albert  Ross  Graner 

Mark  Oscar  Grenlund 

James  Curtis  Griffith 

Boyd  Harper,  with  Honors 

Clifford  Henry  Heller 

Hirlo  Potter  Hicks 

Mervin  Francis  Hinton 

Ira  Clement  Hochstrasser 

Russell  Olyn  Knudson 

Robert  Fred  La  Bahn 

Harold  Eugene  Line 

Walter  Gustav  Luedke 

Albert  Vern  Lutton 


Casper  Leo  Mast,  Jr. 

Ruloff  John  May,  with  Honors 

Orion  Robert  Mayne 

William  Edward  McCauley,  with 

Honors 
Arthur  Veness  Meadors 
Glenn  Thomas  Moore 
Sterling  Emerson  Myers 
Claude  Lafayette  Nelson 
Wenceslao  Luis  Obando,  Jr. 
Bernon  George  Perkins 
Thomas  Myers  Plunk 
Arnold  Bracton  Row  and 
Herman  Burlingame  Rupp,  with 

Honors 
Louis  Eugene  Schlecht 
MiNOTT  Silliman,  Jr. 
Clyde  F.  Simms 

Donald  Edward  Smith,  with  Honors 
John  Charles  Stark 
Charles  Henry  Stinson 
Homer  Whitney  Tice 
Raymond  Webster  Turrell 
Paul  Townsend  Veale 
A-Iarshall  Hawkins  Watkins 
Walter  John  Weber 
Elmer  Eugene  Williams 
Paul  Thomas  Wilson,  with  Honors 
Robert  Ulney  Winters,  Jr. 
William  Wharton  Witter 
Clyde  Russell  Wutzke 


In  Floriculture 


Marjorie  Miriam  Deal,  with  Honors 
Leslie  Vernon  Elliott 
Burr  Keith  Hackleman,  with 

Honors 
Albert  William  Havlik 


Vernon  Harold  Rowe 
James  Elmo  Smith,  Jr. 
Julius  Arthur  Staack 
George  Woods  Thompson 


In  Home  Economics 


Verl.  Atwood 
Dorothy  Louise  Becker 
Pauline  Clara  Block 
loNA  Martha  Brooks 
Mary  Elizabeth  Buscher 
Maryan  Ruth  Cameron 
Ruth  Margaret  Chapin 
Elizabeth  Edna  Feickert 
Pauline  Ferrill 
Dorothea  Irene  Fluck 
Thelma  Alleen  Henry 
Frances  Marie  Jacobson 
Tirzah  Elizabeth  Kane 
Ruth  Adeline  Kiest 
Helen  Louise  Lierman 
Doris  Edna  Lively 
Evelyn  Eirene  Mangold 
Clara  May  Mann 


Alice  Dorothy  Mast 
Mary  Frances  McKelvey 
Mary  Ann  Metzger,  with  Honors 
Mildred  Mies 
Clara  Marguerite  AIiller 
Agnes  Anna  Mittelberg 
Ruth  Elese  Mueller 
Mildred  Rose  Rausch 
Dorothy  Deborah  Rees 
Mildred  Mae  Shaw 
Mildred  Edna  Stiebler 
Nadeena  Theo  Tuttle 
Grace  Ruth  Vandervoort 
Jean  Alice  Webster 
Lois  Arline  Welker 
Laura  Charlotte  Witt 
Marjorie  Myrtle  Wolcott 


The  Library  School 


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The  College  of  Law 
Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Laws 


Sam  Carol  Bernstein,  with  Honors 

JoHX  Robert  Berry 

Eldex  \V.  Brashaw 

Maurice  Morgan  Briggs 

Glen  Westgate  Brock 

George  Gordon  Burroughs 

Junius  Palt.  Califf 

John  Edwin  Carlson 

Henry  Clay  Cole 

John  James  Conlin 

John  ^Iaurice  Connor 

Paul  Joseph  Dean 

Ward  Everett  Dillavou 

Joseph  Francis  Diver 

Leonard  Victor  Finder,  with  Honors 

Albert  Lyle  Freemon 

Louis  Peter  Friedman 

Louis  Scott  Gard 

Raymond  James  Gengler 

Thomas  A.  Graham 

Richard  Ferdinand  Hahn 

Walter  Otto  Herschbach 

Robert  John  Johnston 

Dwight  Reese  Kinder 

John  Beverley  Kramer 


Loren  Elmer  Lewis,  with  Honors 

Myer  Arthur  Lewis 

Oliver  Francis  Little 

John  William  McElroy 

Richard  Buckley  Martin 

William  Howard  AIaxant,  with  High 

Honors 
Kenneth  John  Peel 
Lester  Nathan  Salwin,  with  Honors 
Paul  Frederick  Schlicher 
Albert  Louis  Seidel 
Fred  Shankman 
Alvin  Dudley  Simon 
Raymond  Robert  Stern 
Raymond  Christopher  Stotlar 
Albert  F.  Straub 
Timothy  Whitzel  Swain 
Harold  Frederick  Trap? 
Asa  DeWitt  Twente,  with  High 

Honors 
Robert  Morris  Werden 
Fred  Louis  Wham,  Jr. 
James  Howard  Wheat 
Jo  Creamer  Williamson 
John  Oliver  Young 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Law 


John  Lloyd  Franklin 


Hugh  Joseph  Graham,  Jr.,  with  High 
Honors 


The  Library  School 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of 
Science  in  Library  Science 

Lela  Elizabeth  Allred,  A.B.,  University  of  Arkansas,  1932,  with  Honors 

Kathryn  Elizabeth  Angle,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1932 

Alberta  Avis  Auld,  A.B.,  1930 

LoREXA  Baker,  A.B.,  University  of  Texas,  1920,  with  Honors 

Harold  Walter  Batchelor,  A.B.,  University  of  Oregon,  1932,  with  High  Honors 

Florence  Elizabeth  Bly,  A.B.,  Earlham  College,  1930,  with  Honors 

Clara  Ardery  Bonner,  A.B.,  Erskine  College,  1931 

XoREEN  Ruth  Chalice,  A.B.,  Cornell  College,  1932 

Eve  Kohl  Clarke,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1921,  with  Honors 

Georgia  Graves  Colby,  A.B.,  Southwestern  University,  1931,  with  Honors 

Eunice  Collins,  A.B.,  1931,  with  Honors 

Katherine  Lenore  Croxall,  B.S.,  Northwestern  University,  1932 

Belt,ah  Culbertson,  A.B.,  Mississippi  State  College  for  Women,  1910,  with 

High  Honors 
Esther  Eytcheson,  A.B.,  Butler  University,  1929,  with  Honors 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  12,  jpjj 


Leslie  Kenneth  Falk,  A.B.,  Hamline  University,  1925;  A.M.,  University  of 

Minnesota,  1930 
Carolyn  Katherine  Atkins  Folz,  A.B.,  Evansville  College,  1929,  with  Honors 
HoYT  Rees  Galvin,  A.B.,  Simpson  College,  1932,  with  Honors 
Fern  Ida  Garrett,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1928 
Pauline  Gauss,  A.B.,  1919 

Virginia  Johnston  Gray,  A.B.,  Agnes  Scott  College,  1932 
William  Gregory  Harkins,  A.B.,  University  of  Alabama,  1933,  with  Honors 
Evelyn  Jennings  Harrison,  A.B.,  Duke  University,  1930 
Louise  Hart,  A.B.,  College  of  Wooster,  1929,  with  Honors 
Dorothy  Elizabeth  Heicke,  A.B.,  1932 
Lydia  Cornish  Henderson,  A.B.,  Fisk  University,  1930 
Ruth  Hess,  A.B.,  Ohio  State  University,  1926 
Anna  Harriet  Heyer,  A.B.,  B.M.,  Texas  Christian  University,  1930,  with 

Honors 
Dorothy  Jeanne  Hill,  B.S.,  1932,  with  Honors 
Lenora  Mae  Hodges,  B.S.,  Southwestern  Louisiana  Institute,  1929 
Althea  Vance  Howard,  A.B.,  Fisk  University,  1932 

Adolph  Edward  Hrdlicka,  A.B.,  St.  Procopius  College,  1922,  with  Honors 
Ellen  Pauline  Jackson,  A.B.,  Hastings  College,  1931,  with  High  Honors 
Belle  Joachims,  A.B.,  San  Jose  State  Teachers  College,  1928;  A.M.,  College  of 

the  Pacific,  1929 
Marian  Huddleston  Jones,  A.B.,  Centre  College,  1930 

Ruby  Helen  Kerley,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929 
Clarice  Emma  Krieg,  A.B.,  State  University  of  Iowa,  1932,  with  High  Honors 
Lola  Wahnita  Lampe,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1932 
Majel  Lawrence,  A.B.,  B.S.,  Ohio  University,  1914,  1917 
Elizabeth  Lucretia  Lawson,  A.B.,  Fisk  University,  1931 
Dorothy  Gwendolyn  Lloyd,  A.B.,  Florida  State  College  for  Women,  1932, 

with  Honors 
Mai^y  Hays  Marable,  A.B.,  Oklahoma  City  University,  1930,  with  High  Honors 
Glenn  Robert  Maynard,  B.S.,  Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1931 
Sarah  Jeannette  Moore,  B.S.,  Northwest  Missouri  State  Teachers  College,  1930 
John  Joseph  Morrow,  A.B.,  1932 

Gwendolyn  Elizabeth  Murphy,  A.B.,  Grand  Island  College,  1931 ;  A.B.,  1933 
Mosco  Lee  Nix,  B.S.,  Southeastern  Teachers  College,  1930 
Florence  Elizabeth  Noble,  A.B.,  Coe  College,  1926 
Helen  Louise  Norris,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1932,  with  Honors 
Mary  Louise  Ogden,  A.B.,  University  of  Tennessee,  1930 
Josephine  Mary  Osborne,  B.S.,  1929 
Kathleen  Mildred  Payne,  A.B.,  Washington  University,  1931,  with  High 

Honors 
Nellie  Lorena  Platz,  A.B.,  University  of  Nebraska,  1930 
Anna  Margaret  Roberts,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Vanderbilt  University,  1920,  1922,  with 

High  Honors 
Florence  Viola  Shaw,  A.B.,  Ball  State  Teachers  College,  1930,  with  Honors 
Sister  AIary  Mark  Orr,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Kansas,  1928,  1932 
Sister  Mary  Micina  Arendt,  A.B.,  DePaul  University,  1929 
Bonnie  Sowder,  A.B.,  Northeastern  Teachers  College,  1930 
Kanardy  Leslie  Taylor,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1932 
Juanita  Terry,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Louisiana  State  University,  1929,  1931 
Genevieve  Thomas,  A.B.,  Lombard  College,  1928 
Annabelle  Thomson,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1931 
Vivian  Totten,  A.B.,  University  of  Minnesota,  1932,  with  High  Honors 
Sibyl  Opdyke  Tubes,  A.B.,  State  University  of  Iowa,  1929 
Grace  Upchurch,  B.S.E.,  University  of  Arkansas,  1929 
SiMONE  Van  Biesbroeck,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1932 
Nina  Mae  Watson,  A.B.,  1932 

Mabel  Angelene  Williams,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1929 
Donald  Arthur  Woods,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1932 


The  College  of  Education 


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The  College  of  Education 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Education 


Rose  Alberta  Adams 
James  William  Anderson 
Vivian  Martha  Anderson 
William  Raymond  Anderson 
Louise  Virginia  Andrews 
Jeanetta  Appel 
Harry  Henry  Arkebauer 
Genevieve  Silkey  Ashley 
Helen  AIary  Bailey 
Adelbert  Benjamin  Baker 
Agnes  Amy  Baker 
Anna  AIary  Baynt: 
James  Edward  Belton 
Joe  Lyle  Bennett 
Garry  Lee  Berry 
Janina  Bielinski 
Fred  Brown  Bisbee 
AL'^BEL  Lucille  Blair 
Paul  Henry  Bowman 

EVEL\'N   BrANDEIS 

Josephine  Brenner,  with  Honors  in 

Education 
Victor  Herbert  Brodt 
Eldon  Joseph  Brons 
Margaret  Irwin  Bronson 
Mildred  E.  Broom 
Grace  Madden  Buechler 
Carmen  Eugenia  Bunn 
Doris  Eloise  Burritt 
Ruth  B.  Burroughs 
Carl  William  Carnahan 
Elmer  Michael  Casey 
Palx  Chervinko 
Janice  Mable  Chilcott 
Frederick  William  Christman 
Lloyd  Harold  Clair 
Helen  Alberta  Clevenstein,  with 

Honors  in  Education  and  French 
Louise  Caroline  Clow 
Virgil  Leroy  Coile 
Agn*es  Loretta  Cole 
Harry  G.  Collom 
William  Ancil  Cravens 
Mary  Van  AIaarth  Crist 
Kenneth  Donald  Davidson 
Frederick  Henry  Dedmond 
Richard  Olney  Denton 
Gerhard  Charles  Depken 
William  Peter  Devins 
Agnes  Gertrude  Dohney 
Marguerite  Elizabeth  Doll 


Lillian  Eileen  Dorman 
Donald  David  Duffy 
Russell  Hoyt  Duncan 
Carolyn  Anna  Dunlap 
Bernice  W.  Durchslag 

LORAINE  AmALIA  DvORAK 

Markwood  Rea  Edison 

Margaret  Ann  Edwards 

Paul  Valentine  Erickson 

Helen  Lucille  Fackler 

Una  Claire  Fehlman 

William  AIarvin  Feinberg 

Margaret  Dean  Finch 

John  Thomas  Foley 

Mary  Leona  Foster 

Elizabeth  North  Frederick 

Maurine  June  Frey 

William  Howard  Fltllerton 

Henry  Barnette  Garvin 

Jean  Isabell  Gerber,  with  Honors  in 

Education  and  History 
Florence  Mathilda  Gerlich 
John  Albert  Gerstner 
Wilma  Ruth  Gilmore 
Margaret  Louise  Glass 
Charles  Bryan  Goldstein 
Harold  Aaron  Goldstein,  with 

Honors  in  History 
James  Curtis  Griffith 
Carl  Samuel  Habertstein 
Orpha  Lorene  Hair 
Evelyn  Janet  Hamilton 
Harold  Emil  Hansen 
Josephine  Kneidl  Harrington,  with 

Honors  in  History 
Winston  Lloyd  Harwood 
Ruth  Erma  Havens 
Warren  Blake  Heaps 
James  Thurman  Edgar  Henry 
Mary  Bess  Herrick 
Dorothy  Hershberg 
Vynce  Albert  Hines 
Lloyd  Gaylord  Hire 
AIildred  Marie  Holicky,  with  Honors 

in  Chemistry 
Howard  William  Horney 
Richard  Evan  Horrall 
Alice  Emma  Hough 
Van  Franklin  Howe 
Esther  Willmina  Hurd 
Leonard  Carlyle  Isley 


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Thomas  Haynes  Jett 

Dorothy  Esther  Johnson 

Jean  Johnston 

Archie  Edwin  Jones 

Joseph  Joslun,  Jr. 

Maud  Jurjevich 

Lela  Jutton 

Jennie  Kaplan 

Davis  Alvin  Kearns-Preston 

Richard  Talbot  Keller 

Mary  Ruth  Kelley 

Betty  Jane  Kendall 

John  Herbert  Kennedy 

Eleanor  Edwards  Kimmell 

Paul  Donald  Kinnaman 

Margaret  Lydia  Klann 

Norma  Jean  Knoppel 

Ruth  Violet  Kopecky 

John  Henry  Kott 

John  Henry  Krenkel,  with  Honors  in 

Education  and  History 
Ianthus  Krutsinger 
Frank  Bernard  Kuntz 
Verla  Marie  Lampert 
Ethard  Newton  Lee 
Ruth  Etta  Leitch 
Anne  Lessner 
Evelyn  Levin 

Catherine  Geraldine  Lewis 
Eugene  Walter  Libner 
John  Penick  Liggett 
Driver  Bradshaw  Lindsay 
Doris  Lisenby 
BiLLiE  Nabo  Little 
Seward  Charles  Locke 
Gladys  Marie  Long,  with  High 

Honors  in  EngHsh 
Le  Roy  Long,  with  Honors  in 

Mathematics,  History,  and 

Education 
Henry  Peter  Longerich 
Margaret  Fyfe  Lowe 
Dorothy  Mae  Lyon,  with  Honors  in 

Education 
Grace  McAuley 
William  Thomas  McCabe 
Florence  Winifred  McCoy 
Winifred  Alma  McCue 
Mary  Ellen  McKee 
Ruth  Ann  McPheron 
Berniece  Kathryn  McTaggart 
Alfred  Helmuth  Manzke 
Mary  Jane  Martin 
Shelby  Marlow  Martin 
Gladys  Emma  Meleourn 
Bernadine  Helen  Meyer 
Bernice  Louise  Meyer 
Florence  Emelyn  Miller 
Nicholas  Miller 
Anthony  Mitchell 
Eugene  Wood  Morgan 
Glenn  Ellis  Morris 


Emma  Virginia  Morton 
Edna  Mae  Mraz 
Robert  Raymond  Murphy 
Louise  Isabel  Neadstine 
Beatrice  Miles  Nolen 
Bertha  Norinsky 
Alma  Abigail  Norton 
Gladys  Annette  Novotny,  with 

Honors  in  Education  and  French 
Josephine  Fruin  O'Neil 
Glen  Gibson  Orth 
Ralph  Allen  Osborn 
William  Boyd  Owen 
Ruth  Charlotte  Page 
A.  LuciLE  Patterson 
Elma  Gilmore  Patton 
Winifred  Ruth  Pease 
Florence  Rebecca  Penstone 
Blanche  Josephine  Peterson 
Peter  Jacob  Philhower 
Helen  Agnes  Pleshar 
Mabel  Amelia  Poore 
Sarah  Jane  Prettyman 
Elizabeth  Rose  Pulley 
Gloria  C.  Ramos,  with  High  Honors 

in  Spanish 
Jack  Joseph  Rapper 
David  Rattner 
Charles  Brescoe  Redman 
Louis  Demming  Redman 
Olyn  Wayne  Reeder 
Samuel  Richmond 
Elisabeth  Anne  Rigge 
Eleanor  Catherine  Riordan 
Philip  Ritzlin 
Alvaro  Rodriguez 
Alton  Roscoe  Rowe 
Hubert  Bell  Rupert 
Helen  Elizabeth  Ruther 
Mary  Alice  Ryan 
Ruth  Anna  Rysdon 
Etta  Mildred  Sass 
Dorothy  Madge  Saunders 
Albert  Laughlain  Schick 
David  Lynn  Schlansker 
Susanna  W.  Scholl 
Alice  Louise  Schupp 
Beatrice  Lucille  Scotland 
Anna  Jane  Scott,  with  Honors  in 

Education 
Eugene  Thomas  Sealey 
Betty  E.  Seidl 
Otto  Sejba 

Mac  Rae  Darwin  Shannon 
Dorothy  Jacqueline  Shapiro 
Ruth  Mae  Shreve 
Frank  Greeley  Sibley 
Mildred  Tritten  Simmons 
Margaret  Bertha  Skudstad 
William  Howard  Smart 
David  Naylor  Smith 
Mildred  Lois  Smith 


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Mary  Elizabeth  Snell 

Marjorie  Ruth  Snyder,  with  Honors 

in  Education 
Merville  Edmund  Somers,  with 

Honors  in  Education  and 

Physical  Education 
James  Francis  Sommers 
Irene  May  Spain 
Vlasta  Zoubek  Spatny 
Jack  Stein 

Ann  Dorothea  Stiegemeyer 
Marguerite  Adele  Stiquel 
Virginia  Burtis  Stotler 
Margaret  Ophelia  Strudeman 
Grace  Harriet  Strybis 
Virginia  Ellen  Sword 
Alice  Catherine  Sypel 
Miriam  Taylor 
Frieda  Tenenbaum 
Kathryn  Marion  Tillman 
Kathleen  Martha  Timm 


Elmer  Arnold  Towle 
Esther  Caroline  Uhl 
Miriam  Adele  Van  Buskirk 
Betty  Dolores  Walker 
Margaret  Watzo 
Helen  Madeleine  Weckel 
Maurice  Sharkey  Weintraub 
Artrude  Leona  Westerheide 
Madge  Anne  Wheeler 
Elizabet?i  Ann  White 
Vee  White 

Mathew  Michael  Wingert 
Lillian  Margaret  Winsor 
Helene  Mantella  Wooldridge 
Betty  Louise  Work 
Mervin  Swan  Yaeger 
James  Omar  Yeazel 
Clark  E.  Youmans 
Marian  Magdaline  Young 
Leonard  Christ  Zimmerly 


In  Home  Economics  Education 


Elizabeth  Frances  Artman 
Jane  Beall,  with  Honors  in 

Home  Economics 
AIarion  June  Buck 
Ethel  Lorena  De  Atley 
Marie  Iola  Fleisher,  with  Honors  in 

Home  Economics 
Louise  Daisy  Ghent 
Mary  Lee  Hurt,  with  Honors  in 

Home  Economics 


Frieda  Lewis 

Lyle  Mary  Mamer 

Nellie  Ozment 

Lucille  Emma  Rea 

Ruth  Jeanette  Reynolds 

Lucille  Edith  Riser,  with  Honors  in 

Home  Economics 
Louise  Sophia  Roth 
Ruth  Marie  Schwarz 
Mary  Florence  Walker 


In  Industrial  Education 


Harold  AIaurice  Gray 
Richard  Layton  Hanlon 
Francis  Edward  Hyson 


William  Eric  Johnson 

Ernest  John  Simon,  with  Honors  in 

Industrial  Education 
Charles  Joseph  Starr 


The  School  of  Journalism 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Journalism 


James  Danford  Baldwin 
Bernard  Bergman 
Harold  Victor  Catt 
Helen  Elizabeth  Conaway 
Robert  Eugene  Dwyer 
Frank  Byron  Edwards 
Russell  Edward  Elliott 
Harriet  Janet  Ely 
Helen  Aleta  Flaningam 
Dorothy  Lee  Folden 
Charles  Gibbs 
Philip  Dennett  Grover 


Stanley  Ingward  Gullberg,  with 

Honors 
Margaret  Handschin 
Winifred  Maxine  Haslam 
Robert  John  Hawkins 
Milton  Edward  Hlava,  with  Honors 
Donald  Stearns  Hoebel 
Betty  Lou  Hughes,  with  Honors 
William  Michael  Kelly 
Clayborne  Eugene  Kisner 
Francis  Vincent  Koval 
Marian  Kusz 


22 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  12,  IQSS 


Charles  Elmer  Logan 
John  D.  McAdams,  Jr. 
Gladys  Mildred  McBride 
Gerald  Garrison  McGrew 
Francis  Robert  Metzdorf 
Marjorie  Fisher  Morrison,  with 

Honors 
George  Emil  Myers 
Mary  Victoria  Norkaitis 


Joseph  Louis  Puerta 
Betty  Joanne  Starck 
Helene  Still 
Marjorie  A.  Stolzenburg 
Archie  Mulliken  Walker 
Harold  Waldo  Waterman 
Laura  Violet  Wegner 
Arthur  Rudolph  Wildhagen 
Otto  Bernard  Willett 


The  College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Architectural  Engineering 


Donald  Gaskill  Anderson 

William  Wold  Anderson 

Arthur  Asche 

Donald  Archibald  Baker 

Lewis  Edward  Barenfanger 

Virgil  Wayne  Barker,  with  Honors 

Otto  Frederick  Baumann 

Milton  H.  Birger 

James  R.  Bradford 

Paul  V.  Brausa 

Anton  Charles  Brence 

Joe  Lehmann  Bryson 

Alfred  Quincy  Campbell 

Meyer  Chemers 

Roy  Blanchard  Cleveland 

Arthur  S.  Cohen 

Alexander  James  Davis 

Russell  R.  Dunlap 

Wilbur  C  Engebretson 

Oscar  L.  Fallan 

William  Warren  Faris 

Robert  Carl  Geyer 

Robert  Willoughby  Graham 

John  Maurice  Hart 


Walter  Frederick  Hellmich 

Gene  Clair  Jackson 

Ralph  Emerson  Koch 

William  Leader 

Morgan  James  Lynge 

Frederick  William  Mast,  with  High 

Honors 
Donald  Marion  Mayne 
Donald  Stephen  McCloskey,  with 

Honors 
Irving  Leonard  Missner 
Maury  Boris  Novak 
Joseph  Ronald  Powell 
Henry  Carl  Prange,  with  Honors 
Victor  Theodore  Sazalinski 
Sophie  Helene  Schulz 
Joe  Richard  Schuyler 
John  E.  Somerville,  with  High  Honors 
George  Valentine  Whisenand,  with 

High  Honors 
James  Franklin  Whisenand,  with 

High  Honors 
Jack  A.  Wyman 


In  Architecture 


Joseph  Lloyd  Allen 

Willard  R.  Auble 

Ben  Harry  Balaban 

Carl  Ronald  Bender 

Wilson  Connell,  Jr. 

Anthony  Joseph  De  Filippis 

Anthony  Del  Bianco 

Vernon  S.  Etler 

Stuart  Evans 

John  Erdman  Ferry 

Benjamin  X.  Forester 

Thaddeus  John  Glaza,  with  Honors 

Maxwell  Ernest  Glicken 


Fred  Hepworth  Hookham 
William  Marshall  Horow^itz,  with 

High  Honors 
William  Henry  Kapple 
H.  Samuel  Krus^: 
Warren  Daniel  Marshall 
Howard  Taft  Musick 
Patroklos  John  Papadopulos 
Howard  Moor  Parkhurst 
Emil  M.  Pollak 
Ben  Eugene  Rine,  Jr. 
Charles  Garman  Rummel 
Hubert  Argo  Smith 


The  College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts 23 


George  Martin  Syversen  Warren  Albert  Walther 

Claude  Wayne  Thomason  James  Albert  Wares 

Henry  P.  T.  Tideman,  with  Honors 

In  Landscape  Architecture 

Forrest  Eugene  Boucher  James  Eli  Moorhead 

Caroline  Edgerton  Cox  Lawrence  Mansfield  Olson 

Fred  H.  Kruger  Louis  Frank  Rischar 
Max  William  AL\tz 

In  the  City  Planning  Option  in  Landscape  Architecture 

Kennt:th  Robert  Cougill,  with  High  Herman  Ralph  Eckmann 

Honors 

In  Music  Education 

Harriet  J.  Baker  Edna  Alice  Michael 

Jane  Elizabeth  Baker  Ettamae  E.  Mitchell 

Marie  Berthe  Bonvallet  Genevieve  Eileen  Mott 

Pauline  E.  Carroll  Ruth  Fern  Peterson 

Ethel  B.  Green  Ruth  E.  Scott 

Axita  Kalis  Doris  Athalene  Thomas 

Mary  Z.  Luther  Rosemary  Alice  Weir 

Ronald  Wellington  AIeeker  Harold  Harrison  Wich,  with  High 

Honors 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Music 

Robert  A.  Adkins  Mary  Z.  Luther 

Florence  Beidelman,  with  High  Alma  Inez  Miller 

Honors  Raymond  E.  Shultis 

Carolyn  ^L  Harriman,  with  High  Ruth  Marjorie  Slater,  with  High 

Honors  Honors 

Ada  Dayle  Henry,  with  Honors  Alice  Evangeline  Tubes,  with  High 
Russell  S.  Howland,  with  High  Honors 

Honors  Harold  Harrison  Wich,  with  High 
Charles  L.  Herts  Honors 

Helen  Blanche  James  Kurt 

Candidate  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Fine  Arts 

In  Painting 
Ernest  Bradfield  Freed,  with  High  Honors 


The  School  of  Physical  Education 
Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Physical  Education 

Beatrice  Elizabeth  Bell  Eugenia  Marcella  Clinton 

Charles  Robert  Canfield  Alice  Lorena  DeBower 

Harriet  Charlotte  Chadwick  Mary  Jane  Evans 


24 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  12,  ipss 


Alice  Mae  Foster 
LuciLE  Catherine  Gaetje 
Marguerite  Elizabeth  Hamal 
Evelyn  Helen  Heinz 
Alice  Harriet  Kircher 
Blanche  Marie  Kubalek 
Erma  Louise  Laning 
Ellen  Barbara  Lemke 
WiLMA  Louise  Norbury 
Adele  Jeanne  Novotny 


Margaret  Elizabeth  Otis 
Marie  Magdalene  Ruet 
Henrietta  Louise  Seames 
Eva  Steinert 
William  George  Theobald 
Frances  Isabel  Thurman 
Edith  Doloras  Vance 
Blanche  Marie  Veach 
Mary  Edney  Weatherwax 
Ruby  Monzella  Welch 


The  Graduate  School 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 
In  Botany 

Mary  Ann  Duffy,  A.B.,  Rosary  College,  1931 
Orie  Jacob  Eigsti,  A.B.,  Goshen  College,  1931 
Orrin  John  Henbest,  B.S.,  University  of  Arkansas,  1931 

In  Chemistry 

Otto  Karl  Behrens,  Jr.,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1932 
Ruth  Josephine  Erlanger,  A.B.,  Mount  Holyoke  College,  1931 
Evelyn  Margaret  Hancock,  A.B.,  Duke  University,  1930 
Marlin  Templeton  Leffler,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1932 
Frank  Payne,  Jr.,  A.B.,  1932 
William  Emerson  Starr,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1932 

In  Classics 

Irene  Kertes  Carver,  A.B.,  1931 

Bernice  Lee  Ernst,  A.B.,  Shurtlefif  College,  1932 

Lois  Marjorie  Hyde,  A.B.,  Oxford  College  for  Women,  1928 

Walter  Kennedy,  A.B.,  Augustana  College,  1931 

Carl  Knoche,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1932 

Alfreda  Kathryn  Stallman,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1932 

Anne  Louise  Withers,  A.B.,  Butler  University,  1930 

In  Economics 

Brice  William  Bain,  B.S.,  1932 

Kenneth  Walter  Hall,  A.B.,  Lawrence  College,  1931 
William  James  Madden,  A.B.,  University  of  Pittsburgh,  1930 
Sylvia  Badieh  Paine,  A.B.,  Wellesley  College,  1931 
Pei-Jan  Tiao,  B.S.,  National  Central  University,  1926 

In  Education 

Omar  Dale  Alcorn,  B.S.,  1929 

Ethel  Hollister  Day,  A.B.,  1910 

Gertrude  B.  Fletcher,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1926 

Wilfred  John  Goreham,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1924 

Chester  Oscar  Jackson,  B.S.,  1926 

Clarence  Oliver  Johnson,  A.B.,  Augustana  College,  1915 


The  Graduate  School  25 


NoRMAX  LovELLETTE,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932 
Heber  Eliot  Rumble,  A.B.,  Oakland  City  College,  1924 
Oscar  Henry  Wisthuff,  B.S.,  1927 

In  English 

Alice  Bradford  Barry,  A.B.,  Earlham  College,  1932 

Miriam  Olga  Beck,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1931 

Elizabeth  Bird,  A.B.,  Lake  Forest  College,  1932 

Grace  Winifred  Burns,  A.B.,  1925 

Thora  Pearl  Cole,  B.S.,  1931 

M.A.BEL  Elizabeth  Driscoll,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1930 

Ann.\  Bell  Graham,  A.B.,  Monmouth  College,  1930 

Harold  Paul  Halpert,  A.B.,  New  York  University,  1932 

GoLD.A.  Drusilla  Hankl.\,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 

1931 
\\'illi.\m  Weber  Johnson,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1932 
Ol.^ette  Gennett  Jury,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1929 

Sister  Mary  Benedict  Walshe,  A.B.,  Catholic  University  o£  America,  1924 
Dorothy  Mae  Sizer,  A.B.,  1931 
Dorles  Camille  Stutzman,  A.B.,  1925 
Margaret  Je.\n  Wilhoit,  A.B.,  Lindenwood  College,  1932 

In  Geology 

Thelma  Marion  Campbell,  A.B.,  1924 

In  German 

Martha  Jean  Henley,  A.B.,  1931 
Gerrit  Herman  Memming,  A.B.,  1932 

In  History 

^'ELM.A.  Ferne  Chupp,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1929 

Andrew  Richard  Hoeflin,  A.B.,  Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1932 

John  Arthur  AIoe,  A.B.,  Augustana  College,  1932 

Mary  Josephine  ^^Iunn,  A.B.,  Rosary  College,  1932 

Waldron  Revell  Reese,  A.B.,  1932 

Bert  Vaughn  Watkins,  A.B.,  1932 

Josephine  Jean  Whitfield,  A.B.,  1932 

In  Library  Science 

Ferne  Evalena  DeBeck,  A.B.,  Earlham  College,  1923;  B.S.  (Lib.)   1928 
fP]iM  P.  ^Latthews,  A.B.,  University  of  Arkansas,  1916;  B.S.  (Lib.),  1929 

Eugene  Holt  Wilson,  A.B.,  Arkansas  State  Teachers  College,  1930;  B.S.  (Lib.) 
1932 

In  Mathematics 

Paul  Arnold  DeVore,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1932 

Ray  Claire  Hawley,  A.B.,  Morningside  College,  1924 

Elizabeth  M.  Schenfeldt,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1925 

William  Taylor  Waterhouse,  A.B.,  1932 

In  Philosophy 
Hillis  Adams  Staley,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1932 


26  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  12,  ip33 

In  Physics 

George  Rankin  Irwin,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1930 
Charles  Benjamin  Johnson,  B.S.,  Knox  College,  1931 
Howard  Sparling  Pattin,  A.B.,  Marietta  College,  1931 
William  David  Rice,  A.B.,  Asbury  College,  1928 
Herman  Ansel  Whitson,  A.B.,  1922 

In  Political  Science 

Leonora  Adelaide  Cofer,  B.S.,  1929 

Walter  Ervin  Collins,  B.S.,  1932 

Clarence  Lewis  Hodge,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932 

Joseph  Newton  Rodeheaver,  Jr.,  A.B.,  1932 

Elbert  Lee  Tatum,  A.B.,  1932 

Harley  Raymond  Teel,  13. Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932 

Ju  Chin  Yang,  A.B.,  National  Tsing  Hua  University,  1929 

In  Psychology 

Charles  Heath  Bumstead,  A.B.,  1932 
Ralph  Phillip  Darling,  A.B.,  1932 
Doris  Shearer,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1932 

In  Romance  Languages 

Joseph  Henri  Amiel,  B.S.,  Lycee  de  Nice,  1920;  A.B.,  College  of  William  and 

Mary,  1930 
Donald  Fowler  Brown,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1932 
Ben  Frederic  Carruthers,  B.S.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1932 
Boyd  George  Carter,  A.B.,  College  of  William  and  Mary,  1929 
Pauline  Elva  Changnon,  B.S.,  1927 

In  Zoology 

Donald  Frary  Hansen,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1930 
Agnes  Cecelia  Sodergren,  A.B.,  Rockford  College,  1932 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Accountancy 

NoRBERT  George  Bausch,  B.S.,  Creighton  University,  1932 
Attilio  Frank  Benedetto,  B.S.,  1931 
Raymond  Arthur  Hoffman,  B.S.,  1932 
Noble  Junior  Litherland,  B.S.,  1932 

In  Agricultural  Economics 
Louis  Morris  Ward,  B.S.,  1927 

In  Agronomy 
Robert  Edward  Murphy,  B.S.,  1927 

In  Animal  Husbandry 

William  Earl  Hope,  B.S.,  Colorado  Agricultural  College,  1932 

John  Henry  Quisenberry,  B.S.,  Texas  Agricultural  and  Mechanical  College, 

193 1 
Ernest  Clark  Shuman,  B.S.,  Massachusetts  State  College,  1929 
Tsung  Tung  Tsui,  B.S.,  1931  j 

In  Architecture  i 

Charles  Frederick  Adolph  Behrensmeyer,  B.S.,  1930  S 


The  Graduate  School  27 


Joe  Louis  Coppersmith,  B.S.,  University  of  Cincinnati,  1932 
Edward  Joseph  Strougal,  B.S.,  1932 
Saul  Sol  Weinberg,  B.S.,  1932 
Arthur  Wupper,  B.S.,  1927 

In  Architectural  Engineering 
Edward  AIcCarter  Anderson,  B.S.,  1932 

In  Bacteriology 

Harvey  Winser  Coddington,  B.S.,  1932 
Doris  Lucile  Schneider,  A.B.,  1932 

In  Botany 

Damian  William  Milhone,  A.B.,  St.  Bede  College,  1923 
James  Howard  Tate,  Jr.,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1931 

In  Business  Organization  and  Operation 

Wayne  Farley  Caskey,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1930 
George  Blust  Keck,  B.S.,  1928 

In  Ceramic  Engineering 

Kenneth  Cassingham  Lyon,  B.S.,  1931 
Russell  Edward  Mullady,  B.S.,  1930 

In  Chemistry 

Fred  Elmer  Condo,  B.S.,  1931 

John  Casner  Crane,  B.S.,  1928 

"AIisc.\l  Leon  Fierke,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1926 

ScHEURiNG  Session  Fierke,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 

1932 
James  Martin  Fulton,  B.S.,  1931 
John  Lukins  Gring,  B.S.,  1932 

Ralph  Henry  McCormack,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1929 
Charles  Rudolph  Naeser,  B.S.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1931 
Richard  Perry  Neville,  A.B.,  Westminster  College,  1930 
James  Russell  Skidmore,  B.S.,  1932 
Wilson  Vincent  Upton,  B.S.,  Monmouth  College,  1932 

In  Civil  Engineering 

Hayse  Henry  Black,  B.S.,  University  of  Iowa,  1929 

Harlan  Eugene  Brown,  Jr.,  B.S.,  Oregon  State  Agricultural  College,  1931 

John  V.  Coombe,  B.S.,  1930 

William  Theodore  Cox,  B.S.,  University  of  Utah,  1931 

Horatio  May  Fitch,  B.S.,  1923 

Eldon  Carlyle  Grafton,  B.S.,  State  College  of  Washington,  1926 

William  Perry  Jones,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1932 

Richard  Benson  Kitch,  B.S.,  1932 

John  Nicholas  Pirok,  B.S.,  1931 

Clifford  Noel  Stutz,  B.S.,  University  of  Utah,  1932 

Mehmed  Ali  Tahsin,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1932 

In  Dairy  Husbandry 
Cloyde  Yates  McCown,  B.S.,  1930  » 

In  Economics 

Vernon  Paul  Christman,  B.S.,  1932 

Charles  Henry  Creasser,  B.S.,  Butler  University,  1932 

Eleanor  Fay  Dollins,  B.S.,  1931 


28  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  12,  ipj^ 

William  Harry  Hill,  B.S.,  Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1930 

Wayne  Linton  McMillen,  B.S.,  1932 

James  Charles  Pettee,  B.S.,  1932 

John  Junior  Thornborrow,  B.S.,  1932 

Pen-Ching  Tiao,  B.S.,  1932 

Dill  Preston  Van  Duyn,  B.S..  1929 

Harry  Chiu  Wong,  A.B.,  Hamline  University,  1932 

In  Education 

Thomas  Morse  Barger,  A.B.,  1907 

Dwight  Laughlin  Barr,  B.S.,  1925 

Mary  Werts  Beam,  B.S.,  1925 

Charles  Leander  Binna,  B.S.,  1931 

Esther  May  Bottenfield,  B.S.,  1932 

John  Leslie  Bower,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1928 

Clyde  Meviric  Campbell,  B.S.,  Knox  College,  1924 

Irma  Loraine  Curry,  B.M.E.,  Northwestern  University,  1932 

Walter  Herman  Ehlert,  B.S.,  193 1 

Arthur  Albert  Esslinger,  B.S.,  1931 

Leland  Henry  Fish,  B.S.,  1929 

Chester  Malcolm  Hammerlund,  B.S.,  1929 

Oscar  August  Hankner,  B.S.,  1930 

Mary  MacDermott  Kern,  B.S.,  1932 

Myron  Edward  McEndarfer,  B.S.,  1929 

Fred  Harold  Miller,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1927 

Nathan  Ralph  Mohar,  B.Ed.,  lUinois  State  Normal  University,  1929 

George  Oneal,  B.S.,  1931 

In  Electrical  Engineering 

David  Edwin  Chapman,  B.S.,  1932 

John  Godfrey  Lips,  B.S.,  University  of  Louisville,  1931 

Franklin  Close  Miller,  B.S,,  1932 

John  Ernest  Nelson,  B.S.,  University  of  Colorado,  1932 

William  Joseph  Warren,  B.S.,  University  of  Santa  Clara,  1931 

Louis  Everett  Wetherhold,  B.  S.,  1927 

In  Entomology 
Clyde  Wilson  Kearns,  B.S.,  Colorado  Agricultural  College,  1931 

In  Geology 

Hugh  Philo  Nicholson,  B.S.,  Iowa  State  College,  1923 
Thomas  Reilly  Parker,  A.B.,  1932 

In  Home  Economics 

Sarah  Irene  Jacobs,  B.S.,  1931 

Ruth  Thelma  Krouse,  B.S.,  Simpson  College,  1928 

In  Horticulture 

Chunlin  Chung,  B.S.,  University  of  California,  1931 
Charles  Edgar  Wilmeth,  B.S.,  1932 

In  Library  Science 

Ale  Houkom,  A.B.,  St.  Olaf  College,  1921 ;   B.S.  (Lib.),  1931 
Edith  Carrington  Jones,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Washington  University,  1916,  1917;    B.S. 
(Lib.),  1927 


The  Graduate  School  29 


In  Mathematics 

William  Hexry  Myers,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930 
Fran'cis  Joseph  Stenzel,  B.S.,  1932 

In  Mechanical  Engineering 

Wilbur  Harlan  Dowell,  B.S.,  1932 

Maynard  Millington  Easley,  B.S.,  1932 

Warren  Skinner  Harris,  B.S.,  1930 

Allen  Caesar  Hottes,  B.S.,  1932 

Arthur  Francis  Hubbard,  B.S.,  University  of  Texas,  1931 

In  Mining  Engineering 
Henry  Emmett  Gross,  B.S.,  Missouri  School  of  Mines,  1928 

In  Physics 

Weldon  Henry  Brandt,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1931 

Robert  Obed  Burns,  B.S.,  Knox  College,  1931 

Joseph  Arthur  Kies,  B.S.,  1931 

Sister  Mary  Huberta  McCarthy,  B.S.,  St.  Xavier  College,  1932 

Robert  James  West,  B.S.,  1931 

In  Theoretical  and  Applied  Mechanics 
Curtis  Walter  Dollins,  B.S.,  1930 

In  Transportation 
Man  Hin  Kan,  A.B.,  Sun  Yat  Sen  University,  1929 

In  Zoology 

Frieda  Matilda  Brackebusch,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1932 

Ray  Chambers,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930 

Evert  E.  Conder,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1931 

Edward  Ferguson,  Jr.,  A.B.,  1929 

William  Hugh  Headlee,  A.B.,  Earlham  College,  1929 

William  Roy  Jackson,  B.S.,  1932 

Candidates  for  Professional  Degrees  in  Engineering 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Architecture 
Warren  William  Day,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1910,  1932 

The  Degree  of  Ceramic  Engineer 

Frederic  Schaefer  Markert,  B.S.,  1924 

Richard  George  Mills,  B.S.,  1927;  M.S.,  Rutgers  University,  1930 

The  Degree  of  Civil  Engineer 

William  Albert  Oliver,  B.S.E.,  University  of  Michigan,  1922;  M.S.,  1928 
Harry  Edward  Schlenz,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1927,  1929 

The  Degree  of  Electrical  Engineer 

Earl  Walston  Atkison,  B.S.,  1922 
Lester  LeRoy  Phillips,  B.S.,  1912 


3o Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  12,  ipjj 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 
In  Agronomy 

Orville  Thomas  Bonnett,  B.S.,  M.S.,  Kansas  State  Agricultural  College,  1918, 
1927.    Tillering  in  barley  as  influenced  by  certain  plant  characteristics. 

Zaver  Harkha  Patel,  B.S.,  M.S.,  University  of  Bombay,  1927,  1930;  A.T.I. Sc, 
Bangalore,  India,  1930.  Cause  of  seed  abortion  in  soybeans  and  other  crop 
plants. 

Russell  Scott  Stauffer,  B.S.,  Pennsylvania  State  College,  1917;  M.S.,  1923.  In- 
fluence of  parent  material  on  soil  character  in  a  humid  temperate  climate. 

Moses  Sing-Dung  Swen,  B.S.,  M.S.,  Purdue  University,  1928,  1930.  Factors  af- 
fecting flower  shedding  in  soybeans. 

Cornelius  Austin  Van  Doren,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1928,  1929.  Bound  water  and  electri- 
cal conductivity  as  measures  of  cold  resistance  in  winter  wheat. 

David  Cleveland  Wimer,  B.S.,  M.S.,  Pennsylvania  State  College,  1915,  1921.  The 
composition  of  mature  com  stover  as  affected  by  variety,  soil  type,  and 
fertilizer  treatment. 

In  Bacteriology 

Francis  Matthew  Clark,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1923,  1926.  The  formation  of  hydrogen 
sulfide  by  thermophilic  bacteria. 

John  B.  Rehm,  B.S.,  Allegheny  College,  1929;  M.S.,  1931.  The  effect  of  aeration 
on  microorganisms. 

Elbert  Mollis  Ruyle,  B.S.,  Shurtleff  College,  1929;  M.S.,  1931.  The  micro- 
biology of  canned  meat  products. 

Isaac  Evan  Wheaton,  B.S.,  M.S.,  University  of  Maryland,  1925,  1927.  The  ef- 
fect of  salt  on  microorganisms. 

In  Botany 

Clifton  Childress  Doak,  B.S.,  North  Texas  State  Teachers  College,  1922;  M.S., 
Texas  Agricultural  and  Mechanical  College,  1928.  The  long  shoot  and  the 
dwarf  shoot  of  pines. 

Theodore  Melrose  Sperry,  B.S.,  Butler  University,  1929;  M.S.,  1931.  Root-sys- 
tems in  Illinois  prairie. 

In  Chemistry 

Chin  Chang,  A.B.,  University  of  Michigan,  1930;  A.M.,  1931.  Stereochemistry 
of  dipyrryl  and  dipyrryl-benzenes. 

John  Roy  Doty,  B.S.,  Monmouth  College,  1927.  Are  traces  of  aluminum  neces- 
sary for  normal  nutrition? 

Homer  Russell  Duffey,  B.S.,  Shurtleff  College,  1926,  M.S.,  1928.  A  study  of  the 
equilibrium  between  propylene,  hydrogen  sulfide,  and  iso-propyl  mercaptan. 

Fred  Alexander  Dykins,  Ph.B.,  St.  Louis  College  of  Pharmacy,  1924;  B.S., 
M.S.,  1929,  1930.  Preparation  of  a  palatable  sirup  from  Jerusalem  artichokes. 

William  PIenry  Horne,  B.S.,  New  York  University,  1929.  I.  The  reaction  be- 
tween diethylamine  and  ethylene  oxide.  II.  Some  new  local  anesthetics: 
A.  Para-aminobenzoates  of  dialkylaminoethoxy  alcohols.  B.  Para-amino- 
phenyl  urethanes  of  dialkylamino-alcohols.  III.  The  action  of  optically  ac- 
tive nitrates  on  ketones. 

Elmer  Ely  Jukkola,  A.B.,  Yankton  College,  1926.  The  preparation  and  proper- 
ties of  some  of  the  rare  earth  metals. 

Walter  Klabunde,  B.S.,  1928.   Magnetic  moment  of  the  iron  atom. 

Albert  Ensign  Knauf,  B.S.,  A.M.,  Western  Reserve  University,  1928,  1929.  The 
stereochemistry  of  diisoduryl  disulfonic  acid  and  certain  N-phenyl  triazoles. 

Milford  Rhodes  Lehman,  A.B.,  University  of  California,  1928;  M.S.,  1930.  The 
polymerization  of  bromoheptyl-  and  bromooctyl-dimethylamines. 


The  Graduate  School 3f 


JoHX  Neil  Mrgudich,  B.S.,  M.S.,  University  of  Arizona,  1929,  1930.  I.  An  X- 
ray  diffraction  study  of  high  tension  impregnated  paper  cables.  II.  An  X-ray 
diffraction  study  of  the  effect  of  rachitis  upon  the  structural  characteristics 
of  bone. 

Harl.\n  Willis  Nelson,  B.S.,  University  of  North  Dakota,  1929;  M.S.,  1930.  A 
study  of  the  oxidation  of  pyritic  sulfur  in  bituminous  coal. 

John  Orion  P.age,  B.S.,  University  of  Rochester,  1927;  M.S.,  1931.  Studies  on 
enzj'me  action. 

Arthltr  Ward  Saddington,  B.S.,  M.S.,  University  of  Alberta,  1929,  1931.  Tem- 
perature-solubility relations  in  liquid-vapour  systems  under  pressure. 

William  Edward  Sohl,  B.S.,  Case  School  of  Applied  Science,  1928;  M.S.,  1931. 
The  preparation  and  properties  of  compounds  related  to  cuscohygrine. 

June  Chien-Yu  Tsao,  A.B.,  AI.S.,  Cornell  University,  1929,  1930.  Rearrangement 
of  polyines.   Tetra-biphenyl-tertiary-butyl-ethinyl-ethane. 

Milton  Heins  Wahl,  A.B.,  Central  Wesleyan  College,  192S;  A.M.,  University 
of  ^lissouri,  1930.  The  formation  of  hydrogen  peroxide  in  the  water  vapor 
discharge. 

Charles  Orville  Werner,  A.B.,  University  of  Montana,  1928;  M.S.,  1931.  A 
study  of  the  formation  of  molecular  addition  compounds  by  means  of  crystal 
diffraction  data. 

In  Classics 

Stephen  William  Paine,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1930;   A.M.,  1931.   Aspects  of 

the  appropriate  name  in  Greek. 
Donald  Everett  Strout,  A.B.,  Bates  College,  1930;  A.M.,  1931.  The  latent  Greek 

element  in  the  technical  vocabulary  of  Donatus. 

In  Economics 

Frank  Herman  Beach,  A.B.,  M.S.,  1916,  1931.  The  monetary  theories  of  John 
Law. 

Cyrus  Stanley  Corey,  A.B.,  Colby  College,  1928;  A.M.,  1931.  The  Supreme 
Court  and  state  taxation  of  interstate  commerce. 

Paul  Martin  Green,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1926;  M.S.,  1927.  General  Motors 
Corporation,  a  study  in  corporate  consolidation  and  finance. 

Leonard  Royal  Koser,  B.S.,  State  University  of  Iowa,  1930;  M.S.,  1931.  Public 
control  of  the  production  by  public  utilities  of  electric  power. 

Shison  Chinglin  Lee,  A.B.,  University  of  Nanking,  1926;  M.S.,  1930.  Farm 
mortgage  credit  in  relation  to  the  transfer  of  farm  land  with  special  refer- 
ence to  Illinois,  1910-1932. 

William  Bruce  Lockling,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  California,  1927,  1929. 
Recent  developments  in  the  theory  of  the  foreign  exchanges. 

Robert  Wallace  AIayer,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1930,  1931.  Trading  on  the  equity  by  pub- 
lic utility  operating  companies. 

Ranbir  Singh,  B.S.,  University  of  California,  1929;  M.S.,  1930.  Rural  coopera- 
tive banking  systems  for  short  term  and  intermediate  credit  in  Canada, 
United  States,  and  the  Union  of  South  Africa. 

Ping-Nan  Tsu,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  California,  1930,  1931.  Economic  sur- 
plus and  its  taxation. 

In  Education 

Harry  Louis  Metter,  B.S.,  AI.S.,  1924,  1925.  The  arithmetic  curriculum  since 
i860. 

Charles  Wilson  Sanford,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1929,  1930.  A  critical  study  of  certain 
aspects  of  infant  and  common  school  education  1810-40. 

Vivian  Thomas  Smith,  A.B.,  Greenville  College,  1916;  A.M.,  1929.  The  corre- 
spondence between  occupations  and  major  specializations  of  graduates  of  the 
University  of  Illinois  of  the  class  of  1923. 


32 Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  12,  jpjj 

In  Engineering 

William  R.  Osgood,  A.B.,  Harvard  College,  1917;  B.S.,  Massachusetts  Institute 
of  Technology,  1919;  M.S.,  1924.  Column  strength  of  tubes  elastically  re- 
strained against  rotation  at  the  ends. 

In  English 

Dorothy  Burrows,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1927,  1928.  The  relation  of  Dryden's  serious 
plays  and  dramatic  criticism  to  contemporary  French  literature. 

Frederic  Daniel  Lemke,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1926,  1927.  George 
Eliot  and  her  predecessors  in  village  literature. 

In  Entomology 

Herbert  Holdsworth  Ross,  B.S.,  University  of  British  Columbia,  1927;  M.S., 
1929.  The  ancestry,  wing  venation,  and  classification  of  the  primitive  Hy- 
menoptera. 

In  Geology 

Chester  Burns  Claypool,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1924;  A.M.,  1929.  The  Wil- 
cox of  Central  Texas. 

Charles  Rollin  Lorain  Oder,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Virginia,  1928,  1929. 
The  stratigraphy,  structure,  and  paleontology  of  the  zinc-bearing  Knox 
dolomite,  between  Jefferson  City  and  Bristol,  Tennessee. 

In  German 

Edward  Martin  Mueller,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1929,  1931.  A  study  of  the  use  of  invec- 
tive in  the  writings  of  Martin  Luther. 

Donald  Farnham  Munro,  B.S.,  A.M.,  Acadia  University,  1926,  1927.  Nature- 
feeling  in  modern  German  poetry. 

William  Ildephonse  Schreiber,  A.B.,  Conception  College,  1926;  A.M.,  Univer- 
sity of  Wisconsin,  1929.  The  social  elements  of  the  humanistic  school  dia- 
logues of  the  15th  and  i6th  centuries. 

In  History 

George  La  Verne  Anderson,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Kansas,  1926,  1931.  The 
national  banking  system,  1865-1875:   a  sectional  institution. 

Manning  Julian  Dauer,  Jr.,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Florida,  1930,  1931.  The 
basis  of  the  support  for  John  Adams  in  the  Federalist  Party. 

In  Horticulture 

James  Streator  Potter,  B.S.,  M.S.,   1927,  1929.    The  chromosomes  of  selected 

Mains  species  and  crab  forms. 
Joseph  Edwin  Vaile,   B.S.,  M.S.,   1928,   1929.    The  influence  of  environmental 

factors  on  the  development  of  the  pollen  pistil  and  fruit  in  the  strawberry. 

In  Mathematics 

Sherburne  Frederick  Barber,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Rochester,  1929,  1930. 

Planar  Cremona  transformations. 
Josephine  Hughes  Chanler,  A.B.,  Western  Kentucky  Teachers  College,  1927; 

A.M.,  1930.    Poristic  double  binary  forms. 
Harry  Edward  Crull,  A.B.,  A.M.,   1930,   1931.    Quartic  surfaces  invariant  in 

the  symmetric  group,  G24. 


The  Graduate  School  33 


In  Physics 

John  Joseph  Gibbons,  Jr.,  A.B.,  M.S.,  1928,  1930.  Theory  of  fine  structure  (neon 
isotope  shift). 

H.A.R0LD  Me.\de  ^^0TT-SMITH,  Jr.,  A.B.,  Cornell  University,  1919.  Certain  inte- 
gral transformations  connected  with  the  summation  problem. 

Fr.'\nk  Milton  Sparks,  B.S.,  Alabama  Polytechnic  Institute,  1926;  M.S.,  1929. 
The  absorption  spectrum  of  diatomic  bismuth. 

R.^YEN  Welch  Tyler,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1926;  A.M.,  1927.  The 
magnetic  susceptibility  of  MnO  as  a  function  of  the  temperature. 

In  Political  Science 

Lincoln  Hsiu  Cha,  A.B.,  Boone  University,  1922;  B.L.S.,  A.M.,  1929,  1930.  Li- 
ability in  the  law  of  aviation. 

Carroll  Kingsley  Shaw,  A.B.,  Oberlin  College,  1928;  A.M.,  Syracuse  Univer- 
sity, 1929.  Administrative  control  of  field  services  in  the  United  States 
Treasury  Department. 

Harold  Tascher,  A.B.,  A.AL,  1925,  1926.  American  foreign  policy  relative  to 
the  selection  of  the  Trans-Isthmian  Canal  route. 

In  Psychology 

Leland  Hyrum  Stott,  A.B.,  Brigham  Young  University,  1927;  A.M.,  University 
of  L^tah,  1929.    The  discrimination  of  short  tonal  durations. 

In  Zoology 

Ralph  George  Clausen,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Colgate  University,  1923,  1925.    The  body 

temperature  of  fresh  water  fishes  and  its  effect  on  metabolism. 
Sewell  Hepburn  Hopkins,  B.S.,  College  of  William  and  Mary,  1927;  A.M.,  1929. 

The  morphology,  life  histories,  and  relationships  of  the  papillose  Allocrea- 

diidae. 
John  Gilman  Mackin,  B.S.,  East  Central  State  Teachers  College,  1924;  M.S., 

1927.    Studies  on  the  morphology  and  life  history  of  nematodes  in  the  genus 

Spironeura. 


Degrees  Conferred  June  9,  1933, 
in  Chicago 

The  College  of  Medicine 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


Samuel  Alfred  Adland 

Ellis  Bonnell 

Clement  Clark  Coleman 

James  Caleb  Ellis 

Erving  Francis  Geever 

George  Gilman 

Jacob  A.  Glassman 

Abraham  Gorodazky 

Aaron  Gunther 

Rudolph  William  Hack 

Zigmore  Harris 

•Richard  Teal  Haverstock 

Paul  E.  Hefner 

Kenneth  Franklin  Hughes 

Carl  Ireneus,  Jr. 

John  Hick  Johnson 

George  Louis  Kravtsow 

Milton  Kurth 

Albert  Thomas  Kwedar 

Herbert  Lang 

Aaron  S.  Mason 

Lorrell  Edward  Mess  man 


James  Joseph  Murphy 
James  Stedman  Reynolds 
Keith  Rhea 
Sidney  Sigmund  Rooth 
Irving  Hyman  Rosenthal 
Robert  Edward  Schettler 
Herbert  Abel  Schiller 
John  Lavine  Schilsky 
Kenneth  Fosnes  Schneider 
Harry  L  Shulruff 
Robert  James  Sigler 
Danely  Philip  Slaughter 
Raymond  Elmer  Sorensen 
Adelbert  L.  Spiller 
Albert  Elon  Steer 
Richard  Vawter  Stevenson 
Frank  Joseph  Tesar 
Milton  Tinsley 
Morris  Waisman 
Leonard  Weissman 
Raymond  Benedict  White 


The  Certificate  in  Medicine 


Cyril  Jacob  Anslinger,  B.S. 
Bruce  Ned  Balding,  A.B.,  B.S. 
Michael  Ballin,  B.S. 
Lester  Sidney  Baskin,  B.S. 
Paul  Barnabus  Bauer 
Maurice  Loren  Becker,  B.S. 
Robert  Edward  Bedard,  A.B. 
Arthur  Bernstein,  B.S. 
Harold  Carroll  Bernstein,  B.S. 
Samuel  Leonard  Bernstein,  B.S. 
Harry  S.  Bezman,  B.S. 
Alexander  Oscar  Birgerson,  B.S. 
Ellis  Bonnell 
Charles  Elmer  Branch,  B.S. 
Harry  Brodsky 
George  Freeman  Brooks,  A.B. 
Donald  Dinsmore  Burroughs,  B.S. 
Morris  Buyer 


Harold  Jesse  Cawthorne,  A.B.,  B.S. 

Bernard  Victor  Chern,  B.S. 

William  Arnold  Christian,  Jr.,  B.S. 

Francis  Anthony  Cirrincione,  B.S. 

Jacob  Cohen,  B.S. 

Melvin  Russell  Cohen,  B.S. 

Robert  Bruce  Collins,  B.S. 

Oscar  H.  Comess 

James  Oliver  Conklin,  B.S. 

Harry  Cooper 

Clarence  Stephen  Costigan,  B.S. 

Albert  Donald  Coyne,  B.S. 

Fred  Louis  Darnall 

Casimir  Demski,  B.S. 

Helen  Octavia  Dickens 

Clyde  Allan  Dickinson 

Max  M.  Dunn,  B.S. 

Milton  Arnold  Dushkin,  B.S. 


The  College  of  Medicine 


35 


Claude  Irving  Ellis,  B.S. 

James  Caleb  Ellis,  A.B. 

Harlan  English,  B.S. 

Fr.\nk  Joseph  Fara,  Jr.,  B.S. 

Leland  Kenneth  Farlander,  B.S. 

Emanuel  Feinhandler,  B.S. 

Nathan  S.  Fox 

Anthony  Fr.\ncona,  B.S. 

Ralph  Waldo  Freeman,  A.B.,  B.S. 

Seeley  B.  Furby 

Sam  Sigmund  Gilbert,  B.S. 

Abraham  Mitchell  Gottlieb,  B.S. 

Jacob  D.  Gottlieb,  B.S. 

Bernard  Louis  Greenstein,  B.S. 

N.A.THAX  Richard  Gusinow,  B.S. 

C.\RL  Julius  Gustafson,  B.S. 

Wesley  Axel  Gustafson 

Deloss  Reed  Hanley,  B.S. 

James  Fr.'VNK  Harris 

Lewis  AIichael  Helper 

Clifford  Alva  Hendricks 

Zelma  Lamb  Herndon,  B.S. 

Ross  Edward  Herrmann,  B.S. 

Sam  Holtzman,  B.S. 

Joseph  Louis  Hrdina,  Ph.C. 

Nathan  G.  Ingber,  B.S. 

William  Francis  Jacobs,  A.B.,  B.S. 

Eric  Gunnar  Johnson,  B.S. 

Stephen  Patrick  Johnson,  Jr.,  B.S. 

Cletus  Timothy  Kearney,  B.S. 

George  Thomas  Kersey 

AL'\URicE  Klotz,  B.S. 

Sidney  Deutsch  Klow 

Joseph  Louis  Knapp,  B.S. 

David  Sydney  Kor.\nsky,  B.S. 

Julius  Maurice  Krevitt,  B.S. 

J.A.CK  Kruglick,  B.S. 

Leo  Carroll  Larkin 

Homer  Lee  Lawder,  A.B.,  B.S. 

Samuel  O.  Levin 

Albert  Joseph  Levine,  B.S. 

Jacob  Levy,  B.S. 

Kenneth  Elbert  Lewis,  B.S. 

Samuel  J.  Lipnitzky 

Morris  Lester  Lipstein,  Ph.G. 

Julius  Lustig,  B.S. 

Robert  McCune,  Jr.,  B.S. 

Bernard  Edward  AIalstrom 

Samuel  Manelis,  B.S. 

Meyer  B.  Marks,  B.S. 

Louis  Philip  Matthei,  B.S. 

IS.A.DORE  Meyers,  B.S. 

Harry  Dudley  Miller,  Jr.,  B.S. 

Howard  Russell  Miller,  A.B.,  B.S. 


Irving  Mishkin,  B.S. 

Ira  Telford  Moore 

Philip  Howard  Narodick,  B.S. 

Gus  Warlick  Neece 

Albert  Nehf,  B.S. 

Eugene  Madison  Parker 

Joseph  Aloysius  Patka,  B.S. 

Samuel  Arthur  Purves,  A.B. 

Reino  Hendrick  Puumala,  B.S. 

David  Benjamin  Radner,  Ph.G.,  B.S. 

William  John  Reed 

Sol  Rome,  B.S. 

Fred  John  Roos 

Gabriel  Rose,  B.S. 

Abraham  Boris  Schubert 

Irving  Schuman,  B.S. 

Herman  Mayes  Schwerer,  A.B. 

Willard  Edwin  Shinglman,  B.S. 

Norman  Silverstein,  B.S. 

William  Robert  Sladek,  B.S. 

Gilbert  Elden  Smith 

Robert  Archie  Smith 

Ralph  Edgerton  Speer 

Maurice  Stamler,  B.S. 

Edward  Joseph  Steiner,  B.S. 

Joseph  B.  Teton,  B.S. 

Paul  Gustav  Thode 

Samuel  Julius  Turner 

Frank  Edward  Urbanek,  B.S. 

Harry  Fleming  Vail,  B.S. 

Albert  Joseph  Vesely 

Harry  Charles  Vesely 

Frank  Burkhart  Voris,  B.S. 

Maxwell  Nathan  Wacker,  B.S. 

Irwin  Jerome  Waldman,  B.S. 

Joseph  Monroe  Walker,  Jr.,  B.S. 

Margaret  Wallace,  B.S. 

James  Alexander  Weatherly 

Arthur  Rudolph  Weihe,  B.S. 

William  Weisdorf,  B.S. 

Morris  Weiss 

Jack  Worthington  Welty,  B.S. 

Ernest  William  Werbel,  B.S. 

Solomon  Carl  Werch,  B.S. 

Richard  Elroy  Westland,  B.S. 

Ernest  Bernard  Williams,  B.S. 

James  Alfred  Winsberg,  B.S. 

Albyn  Garrett  Wolfe,  A.B.,  B.S. 

Joseph  Alfonso  Zalar,  B.S. 

Irving  Ziedman,  A.B.,  B.S. 

Lazar  Eli  Zimmerman,  B.S. 

Allan  Joseph  Zimring,  B.S. 

Nathan  Zolt,  B.S. 


36 


Degrees  Conferred  June  p,  i9S3>  ^^  Chicago 


The  College  of  Dentistry 
The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


Paul  Oscar  Boyle 

Irving  Burlakoff 

Gordon  Gerard  Chinnock 

William  Franklin  Denneman 

Leonard  Gelfand 

Marshall  Frederick  Carl  Grunwald 


Robert  Arthur  Hoehn 
Adolph  Klein 
David  Solomon  Kleinberg 
Jacob  Leo  Rachlin 
Joe  Graham  Ronalds 
John  Monroe  S  pence 


The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Dental  Surgery 


James  Henry  Barr 
David  Neil  Bradley,  Jr. 
Edwin  Paul  Crabbe 
William  Franklin  Denneman 
Allan  Oscar  Drayton,  B.S. 
John  Bernard  Erich,  B.S.,  M.D. 
James  Albert  Gagnon,  B.S. 
Oscar  Karpf 


Elmer  Victor  Petulik 
Edward  Clarence  Sahlstrom 
Don  Alfred  Vespa 
Ned  James  Vespa,  B.S. 
Emanuel  Hirsch  Weinberg 
Albin  Henry  Wybraniec,  B.S. 
Rudolph  George  Zerdun 


The  College  of  Pharmacy 
The  Degree  of  Pharmaceutical  Chemist 


Jerome  Stanley  Aaron 

Sam  Roy  Abrams 

Homer  W.  Alvey,  Jr. 

LaMarr  Eric  Aronson 

Harold  William  Asp 

David  Axelrod 

Anthony  Joseph  Baginski 

Abe  Banoff 

George  M.  Bass,  Jr. 

Sally  Catherine  Batkevich 

Morris  Milton  Becker 

James  A.  Beeby 

David  Edward  Berman 

Milton  Chester  Bernstein 

Victor  John  Bostic 

Irving  Brunstein 

William  Washington  Buchanan 

Marie  E.  Bukovsky 

Charles  Robert  Bury 

Max  Zenith  Cahan 

Walter  Leslie  Caplinger 

Paul  Robert  Carlson 

Dwight  E.  Chase 

John  Chekauckas 

John  Chesta,  Jr. 

Roy  Eilert  Christiansen 

Arthur  Cyril  Collins 

Harold  Reid  Corson 

Anthony  Alexander  Dargis 

Joseph  Patrick  Delaney 

Ferdinand  Eugene  Dey 

John  Joseph  Ewald 


Silvio  Louis  Fabbro 
Samuel  Hyman  Feinberg 
Max  Isidore  Fox 
James  Louis  Frank 
Elton  A.  Fredrickson 
Edward  Stanley  Gliniecki 
Ralph  William  Hagemann 
Harry  Harvey  Hartleb 
Irwin  Hattis 
William  Stanley  Hayden 
Fred  Laughlin  Janes 
Max  Kachman 
Norman  W.  Kalsow 
Harry  J.  Kaplan 
Edmund  A.  Karwacki 
Edmund  Florian  Karwowski 
Dorothy  Kemp 
Nathan  Keren 
Robert  Charles  Kolar 
Stanley  W.  Kondziela,  with 

High  Honors 
William  Frank  Kopta 
Arnold  Stanley  Kowalski 
Walter  Otto  Krueger 
Bronislaus  Thomas  Krupa 
Harry  Karl  Kuhrt 
Peter  Ladigo 
Milton  Harold  Laskov 
Angelo  J.  Lending 
Harry  Lerner 
Adam  Vincent  Lipinski 
Robert  Louis  Lipschultz 


The  Graduate  School 


37 


Sylvester  Ludtka 

Francis  Patrick  Lyman 

Henry  Mehintz 

Harry  H.  Mendelsohn 

Harry  A.  Mikkola 

Menroy  B.  Mills 

Rose  Evelyn  Monaco 

Sam  Mostozky 

Herbert  Van  Meter  Moyers 

John  El  wood  Mlhr 

Raymond  Carl  AIuno 

\'.  Jerome  Napieralski 

Walter  George  Naurocki 

David  Neikrug 

Irving  Odess 

James  John  Olney 

Joseph  S.  Penn 

Sophia  Felicia  Poska 

Albert  Rice 

Julian  Joseph  Romane 

Elsie  Josephine  Ross 

Abe  Rubinson 


M.  Bernard  Sanow 

Isadore  Sapkin 

Sigmund  Shinglman 

Harry  Lonny  Silverman 

]\Iilton  Snitowsky 

David  Ralph  Solomon 

John  James  Stuchlik 

Joseph  Charles  Svarc 

Wayne  Keith  Taylor 

Morris  Trachtenberg 

Paul  Ludwig  Trauten 

Joseph  Walter  Turkiewicz 

James  Joseph  Vencovsky 

Joanna  Marie  Vernieri 

Dorothy  Florence  Voigt,  with  Honors 

Walter  Wysocki 

Thomas  C.  Yannias 

Orville  James  Young 

Joseph  Stanley  Zabella 

Rose  Lillian  Zak 

Harold  Dixon  Zentner 

Harry  Zopolsky 


The  Certificate  in  Pharmacy 


Walter  Alfred  Cassarella 
Julian  Claitman 
Louis  Ehrlich 
Benny  Helper 
Louis  Kozak 


J.  Lustgarten  Krohn 
Eugene  Sonkin 
Ralph  Swisko 
Mitchell  Frank  Zienty 


The  Graduate  School 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Bacteriology 

Alexander   AIichael   Bart,    F.E.,    Imperial    Institute    of    Forestry,    Petrograd, 

Russia,  1915 
Floyd  Herman  Eggert,  B.S.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1926 
Titus   Maurice  Johnson,  A.B.,   Wheaton   College,    1928;     B.S.,   Northwestern 

University,  1929 
James  Emmett  O'Malley,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1930 
SiLKA  Stocker,  A.B.,  Wellesley  College,  1927 

In  Orthodontia 

Andrew  Charles  Godwin,  B.S.,  D.D.S.,  1929,  1932 

Abraham  Goldstein,  D.D.S.,  1924 

Martin  Sidney  Strickler,  D.D.S.,  Columbia  University,  193 1 

In  Pathology 

Leonidas  Harris  Berry,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1925 ;    M.D.,  Rush  Medical 

College,  1930 
Melvin  Russell  Cohen,  B.S.,  1931 

In  Pharmacology 
Jack  Worthington  W'elty,  B.S.,  1931 

In  Physiology 
David  Sidney  Miller,  B.S.,  1930 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last 
Commencement 


Conferred  in  August  and  October,  1932, 
and  in  February,  1933 

The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts 

In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Florence  Gwendolyn  Bardwell 

(August) 
Phyllis  Myra  Barnett  (February) 
F.  Merrill  Becker  (February) 
GusTAV  MosiER  Berg  (August) 
Josephine  Parish  Berg  (August) 
Berneice  Isabelle  Besore  (October) 
John  Meeker  Bookwalter  (October) 
Lane  William  Brearton  (October) 
Wilfred  John  Brogden  (February) 
Mary  Jane  Caldwell  (October) 
Helen  Louise  Campbell  (February) 
William  Charles  Caton  (October) 
Regina  Hill  Cochrane,  with  Honors 

in  French   (February) 
Charles  Francis  Cockrell  (February) 
Dorothy  Juliet  Cohen  (February) 
Alonzo  Burton  Conklin,  Jr. 

(February) 
John  Maurice  Connor  (February) 
Mary  Crawford,  H  (August) 
Christine  Watson  Daniels  (October) 
William  Lee  Dickinson  (October) 
John  Emerson  Dodds,  Jr.  (February) 
Louise  Gertrude  Fuhrop  (February) 
Elsie  Annette  von  Gerichten,  with 

Honors  in  English  (October) 
Eileen  Patricia  Grace  Gleason 

(February) 
Max  Reed  Goodson  (February) 
Mary  Elizabeth  Griffith  (February) 
Robert  Paul  Hays  (October) 
Jamaine  Dorcas  Henkes  (October) 
ToLBERT  Junior  Hill  (February) 
Jeannette  Marie  Amelia  Hills,  with 

Honors  in  German  (February) 


Vilette  Dorothy  Hohman  (October) 
Sara  Margaret  Hughes  (February) 
Mary  Jane  Hutton  (October) 
Mary-Elizabeth  Jackman,  with 

Honors  in  English  (February) 
Helen  Rubydean  Jacobs  (February) 
Marguerite  Kahn  (February) 
Robert  Crane  Kammerer  (February) 
Sylva  Karasick  (February) 
Ralph  Kleinschmidt  (October) 
James  Barry  Lennon,  Jr.  (October) 
Homer  Vitalis  Lundeberg  (October) 
Harold  Donovan  McCormick 

(February) 
Howard  Sheldon  McFarland 

(February) 
Mildred  Lucille  McGraw  (February) 
Robert  Work  McGregor  (October) 
Charles  McMullen  (October) 
Alexander  Macreff,  with  Honors  in 

French  (February) 
Morton  Mordecai  Mandel  (October) 
Hannah  Marks  (October) 
Ralph  Joseph  Thomas  Moloney 

(February) 
LiNA  Maria  Moulton  (August) 
Sidney  Maurice  Nierman  (October) 
Florence  Azalia  Nordine  (February) 
Revilo  Pendleton  Oliver,  with  High 

Honors  in  English  (February) 
Margaret  Simmons  Olsen  (February) 
Paul  Joseph  O'Neill  (October) 
Amy  Gladys  Parker  (August) 
Theodore  August  Carl  Rathje 

(October) 
John  James  Rea  (February) 


The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 39 

Waldrox  Revell  Reese,  with  High  Hope  Scott  Thalman  (October) 

Honors  in  History  (August)  Charles  Claude  Thatcher  (August) 

Jonas  Robinson  (February)  Robert  John  Thomson  (February) 

Morton  Strauss  Roskoph  (August)  Raymond  Emil  Trafelet  (February) 

Frank  Erdmund  Ruh  (October)  A.  Willard  Turner  (October) 

Margaret  Rutherford  (October)  Katherine  Minerva  Vance  (October) 

Anthony  John  Sakelson  (February)  Schuyler  Bascomb  Vaughan,  Jr. 

Jack  Edward  Salter  (October)  (October) 

Stanley  Melvin  Schewel  (October)  William  Wyman  Vincent  (February) 

Charles  Arthur  Schicht  (February)  Hazel  Irene  Walker  (October) 

Keith  Foster  Scott  (February)  Louise  Elizabeth  Watson  (October) 

Herbert  Axel  Sjolander  (February)  Nina  AIae  Watson  (October) 

Edmund  Snively,  with  High  Honors  in  Arthur  Watts,  Jr.  (October) 

History  (February)  Marjorie  W^ham  (February) 

Leon  Phillip  Star  (February)  Josephine  Jean  Whitfield,  with 

George  William  Frederick  Stripling  Honors  in  History  (October) 

(February)  Phyllis  Dagmar  Williams  (October) 

^Laurice  Wesley  Slt-lins  (October)  John  Paul  Wollstadt  (August) 

Archie  Emanuel  Swanson  (August)  Pete  Joseph  Yanuskus  (February) 

Margery  Bernadine  Tammen  Lester  Harold  Yavitz  (October) 

(February)  Monica  Klein  Yonce  (October) 

Aloysious  Felix  Tasch  (October)  Virginia  Louise  Ziegler  (February) 

In  Home  Economics 

^La.rion  Evelyn  Hadley  (February)  Pearl  Marie  Shrimplin  (October) 
KA.THRINE  Elisabeth  Nickoley 
(October) 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

NicoLAE  Adam  (February)  Harold  Willard  Geuther  (February) 

Brice  William  Bain,  with  Honors  in  Arthur  Edwin  Heath  (October) 

Chemistry  (October)  Edmond  Stephen  Rinehart  (October) 

Abner  Hugh  Barr  (February)  Ralph  E.  Rinkenberger  (February) 

Stewart  Thomas  Bauer  (October)  Helen  Jane  Sangwin  (February) 
Thomas  Knight  Cline  (February) 

In  Chemical  Engineering 

Alden  Gates  Caldwell  (February)  Pablo  Manuel  Nicolas  (February) 

Paul  Theodore  Hofhenke  (February)  Leo  Allen  Rauch  (October) 

Chan  ^La.nn  Lu  (February)  William  Wallace  Turner 
John  William  Martin  (October)  (February) 

James  William  Nelson  (February) 

In  Chemistry 

Edward  George  Appel  (February)  James  Russell  Skidmore  (August) 

Glen  Eliphalet  Babcock  (February)         Robert  Struve  (October) 
Paul  Berger  Geiger  (October) 


40 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 


The  College  of  Commerce  and  Business 
Administration 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Accountancy 


Vincent  Joe  Bogdansky  (February) 
Irwin  Allen  Cochrun  (February) 
George  James  Curzon  (October) 
William  McDonald  Feldman 

(October) 
Raymond  Arthur  Hoffman,  with 

Honors  (August) 


Howard  Deerson  Holzman  (October) 
Charles  Alfred  Jackson,  with 

Honors  (August) 
Mark  Dunham  Littler,  with  High 

Honors   (February) 
Carlos  Lentz  Renfrew  (February) 
Allen  Schwalb  (February) 


In  Banking  and  Finance 


LoREN  Orville  Edlund  (February) 
Gilbert  Howard  Erb  (October) 
Frank  William  Gilbertson 

(February) 
Richard  Warren  Haines  (February) 


Robert  Clive  Ingersoll  (February) 
Edmund  Harold  Jordan  (February) 
Aaron  Payne  Rhodes  (August) 
Mervin  Eugene  Volle  (February) 
Robert  John  Wolgast  (August) 


In  Commerce  and  Law 


Lloyd  Stephen  Engert  (October) 
Owen  Wray  Hamel  (February) 


Oscar  Robert  Hamlink  (October) 
Raymond  Newton  Rooks  (August) 


William  Milton  Floyd  (February) 
John  Hammond  Owen,  with  Honors 
(February) 


In  Foreign  Commerce 

Yeh  Chung  Yen  (October) 


In  General  Business 


Helen  Gain  Cleavelin  (February) 
Harold  Clayton  Dowell  (August) 
John  Edward  Downey  (October) 
Wallace  W.  Drueck  (October) 
Carl  Arthur  Erickson  (August) 
Harold  Ernst  (February) 
Weta  Bernice  Footitt  (August) 
Joseph  Austin  Gallentine  (October) 
Roger  William  Hibbard  (October) 
John  R.  Hodge  (February) 
Joseph  William  Krippel  (October) 
Leslie  August  Krumdick  (February) 
Edna  Alice  Lee  (February) 
Sol  Mack  (August) 
Leslie  Irvin  Mayes  (February) 
Francis  Blair  Mayne  (February) 
James  Richard  Naseef  (October) 


Robert  Axel  Nelson  (February) 
Fred  Oathout  (February) 
Harold  Edwin  Repke  (October) 
Stanton  Halladay  Ross  (October) 
Nicholas  Lewis  Sapora  (October) 
Willard  Ferdinand  Schullman 

(February) 
Russell  Frederick  Scott  (October) 
Walter  Bartle  Smith  (October) 
Morris  Adolph  Soldinger,  with 

Honors  (February) 
Allan  Berk  Solomon  (October) 
Henry  Warrick  Squires  (October) 
Te-fong  Sun  (August) 
Theodore  Lewis  Whitesel  (August) 
Edward  Lawrence  Winfield 

(October) 


In  General  Railway  Administration 
John  Alden  Sleer  (October) 

In  Industrial  Administration 

Harlan  Stewart  Fullenwider  Edgar  Bertram  Smiley  (October) 

(October) 


The  College  of  Engmeering  41 

In  Accountancy  and  Banking  and  Finance 
Clifford  Carl  Higginbotham 

The  College  of  Engineering 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Ceramic  Engineering 

Howard  Blaine  Burton,  Jr.  John  Anton  Churan  (February) 

(February) 

In  Ceramics 

John  Benjamin  Christensen,  Jr.  William  Horak  (October) 

(October) 

In  Civil  Engineering 

}klARTiN  Christian  Christensen  Vance  Adrian  Ray  (February) 

(October)  Francis  Charles  Rowley  (February) 

Andrew  Arnold  Hall,  Jr.  (February)  Edward  Reed  Sanner  (October) 

Raymond  Thomas  Lynge  (February)  Stanley  Wendell  Thompson 
William  AIaurice  Phillips  (February)  (February) 

In  Electrical  Engineering 

David  Brewster  Allabaugh( February)  Paul  Lange  (February) 

Benjamin  Alvin  Buss  (February)  Norman  Parkinson  (February) 

Norman  Clarence  Fetter  (October)  Albert  Frank  Rus  (October) 

Edward  George  Fisher  (February)  William  Adolph  Schlesinger 
Palt,  Guy  Jones,  with  Honors  (February) 

(February)  Frank  Simon  (October) 

Ross  Vernon  Lahr  (February)  Boyd  Stevens  (February) 

In  General  Engineering 
Edward  Knighton  Bear  (February) 

In  Mechanical  Engineering 

Milton  Hendrix  Blosten,  with  High  Hugh  McIntyre  (February) 

Honors  (February)  Howard  Kenneth  AIoss  (February) 

Lloyd  Sheldon  Butler  (February)  Claud  Wiig  Saunders  (October) 

Lester  Tixsley  Davis  (February)  Ten  Eyck  Wigforss  Shear 

Gene  Edwards   (February)  (February) 

Archie  Kraakevik  (October)  Glen  Richard  Slonneger  (February) 

Willard  Emler  Lindquist,  with  High 
Honors  (February) 

In  Railway  Civil  Engineering 
Harry  Quong  Hong  Lee  (February) 


42 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 


The  College  of  Agriculture 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Agriculture 


Elton  John  Becker  (February) 
Wilbur  Dahl  Buddemeier,  with 

Honors  (February) 
OsBY  DeKalb  Claypool  (February) 
Harold  Kenneth  Doubet  (February) 
George  Washington  Endicott 

(October) 
Charles  Howard  Finley  (February) 
John  Raymond  Gelwicks  (February) 


Milton  Carl  Geuther  (October) 
William  Claiborne  Howell 

(October) 
Paul  Eugene  Howey,  with  Honors 

(February) 
John  George  Kilavos  (February) 
Robert  Llewelyn  Owen  (October) 
Charlie  Wright  (February) 


In  Floriculture 
Eugene  Antony  Buffa  (October)  William  Henry  Duis  (February) 


In  Home  Economics 


Beth  Clydene  Brouse  (February) 
Alice  Kloster  Metterhausen,  with 

Honors  (February) 
WiLMA  Charlotte  Mittelberg 

(October) 


Barbara  Rose  Stansfield  (February) 
Frances  Lucille  Wilson  (February) 


The  College  of  Law 
The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Laws 


William  Joseph  Bach,  A.B.,  1928 

(February) 
John  Howard  Benjamin  (October) 
George  Nelson  Blatt,  Jr.  (October) 
H.  Ogden  Brainard  (February) 
John  Paul  Grand  all  (August) 
Arthur  Edward  Dillner  (October) 
Gail  Robertson  Fisher,  A.B.,  1928 

(February) 
Albert  Auerback  Hutler,  A.B.,  1931 

(February) 
Herbert  Harlan  Kaiser,  B.S.,  1928 

(February) 


Robert  Edward  Lee,  A.B.,  1929 

(February) 
Ralph  L.  Maxwell  (October) 
Fred  Wilson  Philp  (October) 
Harold  Adolph  Rubin,  A.B.,  1931 

(February) 
Anthony  John  Sakelson,  A.B.,  1933 

(February) 
Adam  Lothair  Smagi,  A.B.,  1931 

(February) 
Russel  Joe  Topper  (February) 
Robert  Gerald  Trampe,  A.B.,  1931 

(February) 


The  Library  School 
The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science  in  Library  Science 

Anne  Belle  Brasfield,  A.B.,  University  of  Arkansas,  1927,  with  Honors 

(August) 
Kate  Morene  Dumas,  A.B.,  Ouachita  College,  1926  (August) 
Jesselyn  Louise  Grieve,  A.B.,  McKendree  College,  1927  (October) 
Bernita  Jewell  Long,  A.B.,  LL.B.,  1924,  1928,  with  Honors  (August) 


College  of  Education 


43 


The  College  of  Education 
The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Education 


James  Gatch  Abrams  (October) 
Melba  Ruth  Adelman  (February) 
David  Axelrod  (February) 
Jeaxette  Baldwin  (February) 
"Glexn  Edmund  Bennett  (October) 
Francis  Bailey  Bisbee  (February) 
Edward  Willis  Bower  (October) 
Kathryn  Elaine  Bowers  (February) 
Floyd  Edward  Brett  (February) 
Ruth  Jane  Brown  (February) 
Robert  DuFay  Campbell  (February) 
Charles  G.  Cassel  (February) 
Ralph  Waldo  Chenoweth  (October) 
Ena  Kissick  Chesney  (February) 
Harvey  Winser  Coddington  (August) 
Carol  Kermit  Cole  (October) 
Elizabeth  Collins  (October) 
John  Conyngton  (February) 
Margaret  Craig  (August) 
AIansfielit  Isaiah  Crocker 

(February) 
Adeline  Alice  Cross  (February) 
Clifford  Russell  Dammers 

(February) 
Ella  Louise  Filers  (August) 
William  Robert  Elder  (October) 
Mary  Hortense  Ellington  (August) 
Lucy  Esther  Lou  Fairchild 

(October) 
Madeline  Frances  Faris  (February) 
Agnes  Bernadine  Fitton  (February) 
Mary  Elizabeth  Flannigan 

(October) 
Coyner  Thomson  Ford  (February) 
Hilda  Mae  Forrest  (February) 
Arnold  Ramon  Fruehling  (February) 
Froebel  Frank  Gaines  (October) 
Mabel  Lloyd  Garrett  (October) 
George  Dwight  Goddard  (February) 
Thomas  Burns  Godfrey  (February) 
Norma  Selma  Goedde  (October) 
Rose  Lorraine  Goldstine  (October) 
Harold  Joseph  Gradman  (February) 
Lyman  Winstead  Grant  (February) 
William  Bryce  Griffith  (February) 
Fred  Harbird  Gustoff  (October) 
Rose  ^Lary  Bearnadetta  Guerino 

(October) 
^L'\RY  Frances  Hall  (October) 
Helen  Harriet  Hickman  (February) 
Mabel  Ann  Hill  (August) 
Harold  Frederick  Johnson 

(February) 
Dorothy  Louise  Jones  (February) 


Frances  Louise  Jones  (October) 
Helen  Anna  Kaplan  (February) 
Regina  Esther  Kaplan  (February) 
Aaron  Lawrence  Karrel  (February) 
Agnes  Cecilia  Koscielny  (October) 
Max  Louis  Kuehnert  (February) 
Lucille  Claire  Lambert  (October) 
Frances  Mary  Lethlean  (October) 
Julius  Levine  (February) 
Lela  Lockett  (February) 
James  Arthur  McCall  (August) 
Robert  Browning  AIagor  (October) 
Bertha  Mallrich  (February) 
Julius  H.  Mallrich  (February) 
Elsie  May  Marek  (October) 
Delbert  Charles  Marshall 

(February) 
Dorothy  Marianne  AIiller 

(February) 
Kenneth  Woodward  Mills 

(February) 
Ely  Herman  Mink  (February) 
Elmer  Arthur  Moos  (February) 
Martha  Louise  Morgan  (October) 
Ann  Gertrude  Murray  (February) 
Irma  Ruth  Nichols  (August) 
John  Harmon  Norris  (February) 
Gerald  Max  Ochs  (October) 
Margaret  Frances  Railsback,  with 

Honors  in  French  (October) 
Mary  Grace  Randles  (October) 
James  Allen  Redd  (February) 
Eli  Franklin  Ring  (October) 
Ervin  Herman  Rittmeyer  (February) 
Herman  Robinson  (February) 
Mary  Beulah  Rogers  (February) 
Sinclair  Russell,  Jr.  (February) 
Edgar  Dean  Russell  (October) 
Ruth  Ellen  Russell  (October) 
Gordon  Henry  Ryan  (October) 
Jean  Alma  Schwartzenberg 

(August) 
Walter  Hugh  Scott  (February)    ■ 
Arthur  Bogert  Sechrist  (February) 
Edith  Pauline  Sessler  (October) 
Eloise  Bernice  Shockney  (October) 
William  Earl  Short  (February) 
Maurice  Jacob  Siebert  (February) 
Helen  Louise  Smith  (February) 
Stephen  Ralph  Sparks,  Jr.  (October) 
Genevieve  Haworth  Spicer 

(February) 
Margaret  Aldythe  Taylor 

(February) 


44  Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 

John  Michael  VanLiew  (October)  Leonard  Freeman  Williams  (August) 

Dorothy  Wakefield  (February)  John  Henry  Windom  (October) 

Evelyn  Irene  Walter  (October)  Olinda  Wolff  (February) 

Caroline  Westphaelinger  (October)  Leanora  Aldene  Wolk  (February) 

Mary  Wade  Whittington  (October)  Paul  Wesley  Wright  (February) 
Evelyn  Margaret  Wildi,  with 

Honors  in  Education  (February) 

In  Agricultural  Education 
Valmore  Arthur  Green  (August) 

In  Home  Economics  Education 
Raena  Alice  Kendall  (February) 

In  Industrial  Education 

Joseph  Louis  Barger  (October)  John  Allan  ATcClure  (February) 

Fred  Theodore  Holm  (February)  Charles  Patrick  Martin  (February) 

Jean  Jay  Jones  (February)  Gem  Gar  Young  (February) 

In  Music  Education 

Rudy  Wilson  Cooper  (October)  Virginia  Merrill  (October) 

Straucy  May  Edw^ards  (October) 


The  School  of  Journalism 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Journalism 

Thomas  Albert  Bliss  (October)  Robert  Rudolf  Knosher  (February) 

Francisco  Villena  Calabiao  Morris  Stanley  Kraus  (February) 

(February)  Virginia  Ruth  Maxwell  (February) 

Otto  Henry  Coelln,  Jr.  (August)  Euil  Wayne  Morgan  (October) 

John  Thomson  Davison  (October)  Clark  Hasbrouck  Schooley  (October) 

Kenneth  Barlov^  Douglass  Miles  Scull,  Jr.  (February) 

(February)  Evelyn  Louise  Stout  (October) 
Georgianna  AIarguerite  Neterer  Fries      Freer  Albert  Turner  (February) 

(February)  Virginia  Winifred  Wucher 
Merry  Dorothy  Hirsch  (October)  (February) 

Mary  Elizabeth  King  (October) 

The  College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Architectural  Engineering 
Frank  Charles  Eleman  (February)  Paul  A.  Wenhe  (February) 

In  Architecture 

Lav^'rence  Werner  Anderson  Alwin  Steinmayer  Kolm  (February) 

(August)  Stanley  Ernest  Whalley  (October) 

James  Lee  Jones  (August) 


The  Graduate  School  45 


In  Landscape  Architecture 


Lynn  I^Ierriam  Froebel  Harriss 
(October) 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Fine  Arts 
In  Painting 


John  Wallace  Raushenberger 
(Februarj') 


The  School  of  Physical  Education 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Physical  Education 
Theodore  Temple  Carr  (February)  Louis  Eovaldi  (February) 


The  Graduate  School 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Botany 

Saml^el  Ray  Bradley,  A.B.,  Hendrix  College,  1928  (August) 
Malcolm  Atterbury  Thompson,  A.B.,  1930  (October) 

In  Chemistry 

Clara  ]\Iay  Hill,  A.B.,  Keuka  College,  1926  (August) 
Donald  Haven  West,  A.B.,  Carroll  College,  193 1   (October) 

In  Classics 

Cleo  Wilhelmina  Curtis,  B.S.,  1930  (August) 

Harriet  Clara  Jameson,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1931  (August) 

In  Economics 

William  Edward  Alley,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1926  (August) 
Clayton  Vincent  Taylor,  A.B.,  1926  (October) 

In  Education 

Charles  Wesley  Anderson,  A.B.,  1917  (February) 

Coral  Windsor  Barnes,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1927  (October) 

Ruth  Sedwick  Blakey,  A.B.,  B.S.,  University  of  i\Iissouri,  1914  (August) 

Alice  Bonar,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1927  (October) 

Orville  Kenneth  Bovven,  A.B.,  Earlham  College,  1927  (October) 

Ralph  Brown  Casey,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1926 

(August) 
Gordon  August  Cook,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1926 

(October) 


46  Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 

Omer  Mack  Fisher,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1925  (August) 

John  Paul  Gardner,  B.S.,  1925  (August) 

William  Paul  Gerhardt,  A.B.,  Augustana  College,  1927  (August) 

Belma  Deressa  Gilbert,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1924  (August) 

Harriett  Roberta  Gill,  B.S.,  1924  (October) 

Augusta  Naoma  Close  Hallett,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1924  (October) 

WiLMA  Ruth  Hibbs,  A.B.,  University  of  Missouri,  1930  (August) 

Joseph  Benjamin  Johnson,  B.S.,  Denison  University,  1925  (August) 

Joseph  Helm  Johnson,  A.B.,  University  of  Kentucky,  1923  (August) 

Guy  Henry  Kimpling,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1926 

(October) 
Harris  Irving  Mayes,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1922  (October) 
Ralph  Lewis  Patterson,  B.S.,  1929  (August) 
John  Curtin  Roberts,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1925  (October) 
Ora  Grain  Rogers,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1928 

(October) 
Sister  Mary  Ricarda  Gallivan,  B.E.,  DePaul  University,  1927  (August) 
Rollie  Prescott  Welker,  A.B.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1927  (August) 
Florence  A.  Wells,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1927 

(October) 
Bernice  Maude  Zimmerman,  A.B.,  Illinois  Woman's  College,  1924  (August) 

In  English 

Harriet  Lillian  Campbell,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1930  (October) 
Emma  Richardson  Caswell,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1915  (August) 
Nanny  Curtis  Fuller,  A.B.,  Northwestern  University,  1919  (October) 
Alice  Mabel  Jacoby,  A.B.,  1926  (February) 
Bernice  Genevieve  Lee,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 

Alice  Morrison,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1924  (August) 
Ophelia  Parks,  A.B.,  Indiana  State  Teachers  College,  1929  (August) 
Warren  Loud  Perry,  A.B.,  B.S.  (Lib.),  University  of  Washington,  1923,  1927 

(February) 
Jennie  Burford  Puryear,  B.A.,  Southwestern  University  (Tennessee),  1931 

(October) 
Agnes  Geraldine  Seiver,  A.B.,  Greenville  College,  1928  (August) 
Turner  Henderson  Trimble,  A.B.,  1930  (October) 
Fannie  Lucile  Weed,  B.S.,  Knox  College,  1922  (October) 
June  Whitson,  A.B.,  1931  (October) 

In  Geology 

Gladys  Irene  Freeman,  A.B.,  1931  (February) 
Melville  Weston  Fuller,  A.B.,  1931  (February) 

In  German 

Ian  James  Bald,  A.B.,  Hamilton  College,  1927  (October) 
Barbara  Clara  Stiegemeyer,  A.B.,  1929  (October) 
Louise  Elizabeth  Stiegemeyer,  B.S.,  1929  (October) 

In  History 

George  Wilbur  Carpenter,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930 

(February) 
Marian  Helen  Dean,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929  (October) 
Joachim  Ivanoff  Deikoff,  A.B.,  College  of  Emporia,  1929  (February) 
Oscar  Alton  Frailey,  B.Ed.,  Southern  IlHnois  State  Normal  University,  1927 

(October) 
Harry  Loyal  Griswold,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1930;  B.S.  (Lib.),  1931  (August) 
Princess  Enola  Hill,  A.B.,  1929  (August) 
Ruth  Henrietta  Husband,  B.S.,  1929  (October) 


1 


The  Graduate  School  ^j 


Mildred  Mary  Lawson,  B.S.,  1927  (October) 

Flora  Dorothea  Michelmann,  A.B.,  193 1  (October) 

Allen  Whitlock  Neet,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1931  (August) 

Clifford  Wheeler  Patton,  A.B.,  Oklahoma  Baptist  University,  1926  (October) 

Mary  Elizabeth  Paul,  A.B.,  1930  (October) 

LoRETTA  Anne  Pezold,  A.B.,  1931  (August) 

Edward  V.  Price,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1930 

(October) 
Helen  Peabody  Robbins,  A.B.,  1928  (February) 
Dale  Eileen  Samuell,  B.S.,  1932  (February) 
Henry  Andrew  Smith,  B.S.,  Illinois  College,  1921  (October) 
LoRNA  Agnes  Sullivan,  A.B.,  1931  (October) 

In  Library  Science 

Nellie  Elizabeth  Behm,  A.B.,  Des  Moines  University,  1918;  Ph.B.,  University 

of  Chicago,  1931   (October) 
Beatrice  Howard  Holt,  B.S.,  Ottawa  University,  1918;  B.S.,  1927  (October) 
Elva  Leonora  Krogh,  A.B.,  University  of  Nebraska,  1922;  B.S.  (Lib.),  1930 

(August) 
Eleanor  Rachael  Kyle,  A.B.,  Monmouth  College,  1922;  B.S.  (Lib.),  1931 

(October) 
Della  Mabel  Mathys,  A.B.,  Lawrence  College,  1918;  B.S.  (Lib.),  1931 

(August) 
WiLMA  Edith  Ponder,  A.B.,  B.S.  (Lib.),  1912,  1915  (October) 
Harriet  Virginia  Rinard,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1920;  B.S.  (Lib.),  1928 

(October) 
WiLMA  Allene  Troxel,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1926;  B.S.  (Lib.), 

(August) 
Lee  Franklin  Zimmerman,  A.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1924;  B.S.  (Lib.), 

1929  (October) 

In  Mathematics 

John  Preston  Beem,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1930  (October) 
Donald  Meeker  Brown,  A.B.,  1930  (October) 

Sister  Mary  Clarissa  Higgins,  A.B.,  Loyola  University,  1926  (August) 
Leta  Faye  Randall,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1922  (August) 

In  Physics 

Earl  Edwin  Bendar,  A.B.,  Marietta  College,  1931   (February) 
William  Earl  Shoupp,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1931  (February) 

In  Political  Science 

Feng  Yang  Chai,  A.B.,  Stanford  University,  1931   (October) 

EvRON  Maurice  Kirkpatrick,  A.B.,  1932  (February) 

Edwin  Louis  Schaefer,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1931  (August) 

In  Romance  Languages 

Ralph  Henry  Abbas,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 

Clara  Blackard,  A.B.,  1922  (August) 

Mary  Elizabeth  Dore,  B.S.,  1929  (October) 

Grace  Ellen  Elliott,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1919  (October) 

Sister  Dorothy  Marie  Peschon,  Ph.B.,  St.  Xavier  College,  1919  (February) 

In  Sociology 

Frank  Edward  Bowles,  A.B.,  1922  (October) 

LaRue  Van  Meter,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1922  (October) 


48  Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 

In  Zoology 
Clarence  Clifford  Warren,  B.S.,  Drur)'  College,  1927  (October) 


The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Accountancy 

Ralph  Lester  Boyd,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930  (August) 

Carrol  Richard  Dowd,  B.S.,  1927  (October) 

Frank  Grove,  A.B.,  Indiana  State  Teachers  College,  1920  (August) 

William  Joseph  Jones,  B.S.,  1919  (August) 

Julius  P.  Joseph,  B.S.,  1932  (February) 

John  Wood  McMahan,  B.S.,  1931  (August) 

Cecil  Adolph  Mover,  B.S.,  Miami  University,  1931   (October) 

In  Animal  Husbandry 

Wesley  Patterson  Garrigus,  B.S.,  Connecticut  Agricultural  College,  1931 

(February) 
Melvin  Henderson,  B.S.,  1925  (October) 

In  Architectural  Engineering 

Charles  Francis  Ellis,  A.B.,  Maryville  College,  1923 ;   B.S.,  1926  (February) 
Paul  Bowman  Evans,  B.S.,  1931  (February) 

In  Architecture 

Leonard  Cecil  Hedrick,  B.S.,  1926  (August) 

Francis  Joseph  Heusel,  B.S.,  1930  (February) 

Elmer  Isaac  Love,  A.B.,  Carnegie  Institute  of  Technology,  1922  (October) 

In  Bacteriology 

Hubert  Frank  Doty,  B.S.,  Monmouth  College,  1925  (August) 

Willard  Henry  Watts,  A.B.,  Western  Reserve  University,  1931   (February) 

In  Botany 

Hubert  Andrew  Harris,  A.B.,  Southwestern  State  Teachers  College,  1930 

(October) 
Alan  Stanley  Peirce,  A.B.,  1932  (February) 

In  Business  Organization  and  Operation 
William  Gus  Collins,  B.S.,  1925  (February) 

In  Ceramic  Engineering 
William  R.\y  Morgan,  B.S.,  1920  (October) 

In  Chemistry 

Lyle  Ramsay  Dawson,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1928  (August) 
Helen  Clute  Dickerson,  A.B.,  MacMurray  College,  1931   (August) 
Eugene  Dodson  Farley,  A.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1931  (February) 
Zella  Malandrone  Hardy,  B.S.,  AIcKendree  College,  1929  (October) 
Floyd  Enos  King,  B.S.,  Eureka  College,  1926  (October) 
Dorothy  Mae  Laxson,  B.S.,  Monmouth  College,  1931  (February) 
Charles  Norman  McCarty,  A.B.,  Albion  College,  1931   (February) 
Edwin  Theodore  IMertz,  A.B.,  University  of  Montana,  1931  (February) 


The  Graduate  School 49 


Curtis  Erdmund  Meyer,  B.S.,  1931  (August) 

Lymax  Vane  Racster,  B.S.,  1928  (August) 

John  Douglas  Schumacher,  B.S.,  Knox  College,  1931  (October) 

Robert  Ridgely  Sealock,  B.S.,  Eureka  College,  1930  (October) 

Robert  Harris  Sifferd,  A.B.,  1931  (October) 

Rodger  Emmett  Stutz,  B.S.,  Shurtleff  College,  1927  (October) 

Wilber  Otis  Teeters,  B.S.,  University  of  Iowa,  1930  (February) 

Jack  Theo  Thurston,  B.S.,  University  of  Nevada,  1931  (February) 

Lella  May  Warfel,  B.S.,  1922  (October) 

Madelyn  Womack,  B.S.,  Texas  State  College  for  Women,  1931  (February) 

In  Civil  Engineering 

Melvin  Mark  Culp,  B.S.,  1931  (October) 

James  Joseph  Doland,  B.S.,  University  of  Colorado,  1914  (October) 
Morris  Mason,  B.S.,  University  of  Arkansas,  1927  (February) 
Raymond  Ellsworth  Means,  B.S.,  M.S.,  Oklahoma  Agricultural  and  Mechani- 
cal College,  1922,  1923  (October) 
Thomas  Denton  Oakley,  B.E.,  University  of  Mississippi,  1923  (August) 
Thomas  Clark  Shedd,  B.S.,  Brown  University,  1913;   C.E.,  1925  (February) 
Max  Suter,  Diploma  Ingenieur,  Federal  Polytechnic  School,  Zurich,  1913 

(February) 
Leonard  Dilworth  Walker,  B.S.,  South  Dakota  School  of  Mines,  1925 
(October) 

In  Economics 

Harry  Kenneth  Allen,  B.S.,  1920  (August) 

George  William  Anderson,  B.S.,  1923  (August) 

Bessie  Marie  Ball,  B.S.,  1931  (August) 

Ly'Le  Barnhart,  B.S.,  1931  (October) 

William  Arthur  Bell,  A.B.,  University  of  Kentucky,  1926  (October) 

Edmond  Nichols  Combs,  B.S.,  1931  (October) 

Robert  Petronius  Cornelius,  A.B.,  Olivet  College,  1925 ;   B.S.,  1931  (August) 

William  Edward  Folz,  B.S.,  Evansville  College,  1927  (February) 

Harry  Weber  Heckman,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1929  (August) 

Edward  James  Smith,  B.S.,  1931  (February) 

In  Education 

Christian  Otto  Arndt,  B.D.,  Concordia   Seminary,   1927;    A.M.,  Washington 

University,  1928  (August) 
H.\LDANE  Wesley  Bean,  B.S.,  1922  (August) 
George  Arthur  Browne,  B.S.,  1922  (October) 
Arthur  Cornelius  Daugherty,  B.S.,  Knox  College,  1922  (August) 
Dorothy  Frances  Deach,  B.S.,  1931  (August) 
Roy  Emery  DeShane,  B.S.,  1923  (August) 
Francis  Fletcher  Fardig,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 
Otto  Hugo  Guenther,  B.S.,  1926  (October) 
Elbert  Roy  Isom,  B.S.,  1927  (October) 
Fr-^nk  Marion  Kennedy,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1928 

(August) 
Otis  W.\lton  Keyes,  B.S.,  1925  (October) 
Genevieve  Mary  McConnell,  B.S.,  1928  (August) 
William  Ray  McIntosh,  B.S.,  A.M.,  Northwestern  University,  1920,  1923 

(October) 
Victor  Clyde  Manley,  B.S.,  1931  (August) 

Camilla  Kathryn  Marcussen,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1920  (October) 
John  R.\ymond  Martin,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1927  (August) 
Eugene  Harvey  Mellon,  B.S.,  Illinois  College,  1923  (October) 
John  Reilly  Osborne,  B.S.,  1927  (October) 
Lloyd  Vivian  Pepple,  B.S.,  1926  (October) 


50 Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 

Margaret  Lucille  Romanus,  B.S.,  1930  (February) 

Edgar  Turner  Stephens,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1927  (August) 

Clarence  Ray  Williams,  B.S.,  1924  (August) 

Stella  Day  Yates,  B.S.,  1931  (October) 

In  Electrical  Engineering 

John  Henry  Armstrong,  B.S.,  1931  (October) 
Francis  Elliott  Herndon,  B.S.,  1927  (February) 
Clifford  James  Waldron,  B.S.,  1931  (February) 

In  Farm  Organization  and  Management 

Lauren  Hiram  Brown,  B.S.,  Michigan  State  College,  1931  (October) 
Harvey  Edward  Hoch,  B.S.,  Kansas  State  Agricultural  College,  1931   (October) 
Alden  Ermon  Orr,  B.S.,  Michigan  State  College,  1929  (October) 
Laurence  Adolph  Peck,  B.S.A.,  Kansas  State  Agricultural  College,  1931 

(October) 
Harry  Gould  Russell,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 
Lyle  Ford  Shoot,  B.S.,  1930  (August) 

Tivis  Eber  Wilkins,  B.S.,  Colorado  State  Agricultural  College,  1930  (October) 
John  Elliot  Wills,  B.S.,  1925  (October) 
Rudolf  Eduard  Michel  von  Wistinghausen,  Diplomlandwirt,  Landwirtschaft- 

liche  Hochschule,  Hoehenheim,  Wuerttemberg,  1928  (October) 

In  Geology 

Harold  Lorenz  Geis,  A.B.,  1931  (February) 
Louis  Cordell  McCabe,  B.S.,  1931  (February) 

In  Home  Economics 
Florence  Belshaw  Duffey,  B.S.,  1926  (February) 

In  Horticulture 
Wilbert  William  Grimmer,  B.S.,  1931  (August) 

In  Mathematics 

James  Othel  Austin,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 

Hans  Jacob  George  (^utekunst,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1924 

(October) 
Howard  C.  Tingleff,  B.S.,  Iowa  State  College,  1924  (October) 

In  Mechanical  Engineering 

Edwin  Laurence  Broderick,  B.S.,  Iowa  State  College,  1923  (February) 
Frank  Edward  Hangs,  B.S.,  1932  (February) 
Henry  Francis  Irving,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 
Delphin  Murry  Lee,  B.S.,  1932  (February) 

In  Physics 

Gilbert  DeForest  Kinzer,  B.S.,  1931  (October) 

Polykarp  Kusch,  B.S.,  Case  School  of  Applied  Science,  1931  (February) 

Herbert  Stansfield  Lumsden,  B.S.,  Southeastern  Missouri  State  Teachers 

College,  1927  (October) 
Keron  Caldwell  Morrical,  B.S.,  1929  (February) 
William  John  Nusbaum,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1927  (February) 
Ezra  Ellsworth  Scott,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1925  (February) 
Vance  Marlin  Smith,  13. S.,  1927  (August) 


The  Gradimte  School 51 


In  Pyschology 

Florenxe  Elizabeth  AIartin,  A.B.,  1932  (February) 

In  Theoretical  and  Applied  Mechanics 
Fred  William  Gartner,  B.S.,  1931  (February) 

In  Zoology 

Geoffrey  Beall,  A.B.,  University  of  British  Columbia,  1931  (August) 
John  William  Cralley,  B.S.,  McKendree  College,  1924  (August) 
Harry  Edwin  Gearhart,  A.B.,  1932  (February) 


The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy- 
Conferred  in  February,  1933 

In  Animal  Husbandry 

Daniel  Bresler  Smuts,  B.S.A.,  M.S.,  University  of  Stellenbosch,  1929.  The  re- 
lationship between  the  basal  metabolism  and  the  endogenous  nitrogen  me- 
tabolism in  mature  animals  of  different  species. 

In  Chemistry 

William  Fleming  Bailey,  B.S.,  Monmouth  College;  M.S.,  1925.  I.  The  activity 
of  the  cupric  ion  in  solutions  of  ammonia.  II.  The  detection  of  chlorides 
in  the  presence  of  bromides. 

Lewis  William  Butz,  B.S.,  University  of  Pennsylvania,  1927;  M.S.,  1930.  The 
chemistry  of  some  physiologically  active  proteins. 

TsE-TsiNG  Chu,  B.S.,  National  Southeastern  University,  1926;  i\I.S.,  1931.  The 
structure  of  axoxy  compounds. 

John  DeVries,  A.B.,  Calvin  College,  1929.   The  band  spectrum  of  boron  hydride. 

Joseph  Baylies  Hale,  A.B.,  Oberlin  College,  1928.  I.  Stereochemistry  of  2,  2', 
6-trisubstituted  diphenyls.  II.  Polymerization :  (A)  Intermolecular  esteri- 
fication  of  hydroxy  acids;  (B)  Condensation  of  mesitylene  and  carbon  tetra- 
chloride. 

Jesse  Harmon,  A.B.,  Hanover  College,  1928;  A.M.,  1930.  I.  Synthesis  of  certain 
phenyl  substituted  oliphatic  acids.  II.  Tetraphenyl-di-(3-ethyl-3-methyl-pen- 
tynyl-l) -ethane. 

Ervin  Carleton  Kleiderer,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1928,  1930.  The  preparation  and  proper- 
ties of  2,  2',  6,  6'-fluorinated  diphenyls. 

Edwin  George  Koch,  A.B.,  State  University  of  Montana,  1928.  Preparation  and 
properties  of  the  alkali  and  alkaline  earth  metal  perchbrate  amines. 

Marion  Elsie  Maclean,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Mount  Holyoke  College,  1924,  1926.  I.  A 
study  of  the  stereoisomerism  of  some  sulfur  compounds.  II.  A  search  for 
a  new  type  of  stereoisomerism. 

Robert  Ashmore  Scott,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1922,  1923.   Metabohsm  of  amino  acids. 

Donald  Tarvin,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1928;  M.S.,  1930.  The 
methane  fermentation  or  organic  acids. 

Carl  Denison  Thompson,  A.B.,  Lawrence  College,  1928.  I.  The  polymerization 
of  omega  halogenated  tertiary  aliphatic  amines.  II.  Symmetrical  di-tertiary- 
butyl-di-tertiary-butylethinyldiphenylethane. 


52 Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement ^^ 

In  Classics 

RozELLE  Parker  Johnson,  A.B.,  B.S.,  Ph.B.,  Denison  University,  1921 ;  A.M., 
University  of  Michigan,  1925.    Compositions  variae  (an  introductory  study). 

In  Economics 

Hersel  Wendell  Hudson,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1920,  1927.  The  economic  effects  of  quality 
of  water  with  special  reference  to  soap  consumption  in  the  home. 

Garret  Lowell  Jordan,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1922;  A.M.,  1929.  Changing 
food  habits  in  relation  to  land  utilization  in  the  United  States. 

Myrick  Hughs  Sublette,  A.B.,  Indiana  State  Normal  School,  1921 ;  LL.B.,  Uni- 
versity of  Michigan,  1925 ;  A.M.,  1929.    Legal  personality  of  trade  unions. 

In  English 

Sister  Rose  Marie  Grady,  O.P.,  A.B.,  Catholic  University  of  America,  1920; 
A.M.,  1923.  The  source  of  Scott's  eight  long  poems. 

In  German 

Sister  Mary  Camillus  Bryne,  R.S.M.  Chapter  division  in  the  early  German 
novel. 

In  Mathematics 

John  Franklin  Locke,  B.S.,  West  Tennessee  State  Teachers  College,  1927; 
A.M.,  Vanderbilt  University,  1929.   Repeated  sums  of  certain  functions. 

Ellis  Raymond  Ott,  A.B.,  Southwestern  College,  1928;  A.M.,  Kansas  Univer- 
sity, 1929.   A  modular  manifold  determined  by  the  planar  quartic  curve. 

In  Physics 
Frederick  Winfield  Brown,  B.S.,  A.M.,  1928,  1930.   Atomic  wave  functions. 

In  Psychology 

William  Arthur  Blakely,  B.S.,  M.S.,  University  of  Oklahoma,  1924,  1928.  The 
discrimination  of  short  empty  intervals  of  time. 

The  College  of  Medicine 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Medicine 

George  Henry  Agate  (February)  Joseph  Louis  Knapp  (February) 

Elmer  Albers  (February)  Morey  Lapin  (February) 

Glen  C.  Andersen  (February)  Homer  Lee  Lawder  (October) 

Myer  Brodkin  (February)  Theodore  C.  Mouzakeotis  (as  of 
Harry  Cooper  (February)  October,  193 1) 

Robert  Paul  Coseglia  (October)  Philip  Howard  Narodick  (February) 

Henry  Arthur  Grennan  (February)  Henry  Bernard  Okner  (February) 

Deloss  Reed  Hanley  (October)  William  Victor  Roberson  (February) 

Ross  Edward  Herrmann  (February)  Irving  Schuman  (as  of  October,  1931) 
David  PCleiman  (February) 

The  Certificate  in  Medicine 

Jerry  Chobot  (February)  John  Joseph  Kasak  (February) 

Henry  Noah  Cress  (August)  John  Campbell  Washington 

Robert  Henner  (February)  (August) 

William  Wallace  Holleman 
(August) 


The  College  of  Medicine  53 


The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Medicine 

Hexry  Akina,  B.S.,  1929  (June  16,  1932) 

Stephen  Hedges  Ambrose,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Leon  Judah  Aries,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1929,  1931  (September  30,  1932) 

Walter  Hilmar  Baer,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Ransom  Bright  Baker,  A.B.,  1928  (July  i,  1932) 

Andrew  F.  Barnett  (July  i,  1932) 

Herbert  Joseph  Bell,  B.S.,  1931  (July  i,  1932) 

Barbar.\  Florence  Benda,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Solomon  J.  Benensohn,  B.E.,  1929  (June  14,  1932) 

Louis  Berger,  B.S.,  1929  (September  30,  1932) 

Charles  Robert  Bloom,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Helen  Clara  Brezina,  B.S.,  1929  (June  14,  1932) 

Walter  Scott  Brown,  A.B.,  1927  (July  i,  1932) 

Harry  Burstein,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Theodore  Moffet  Carow,  B..S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Clifford  Lewis  Carter  (July  i,  1932) 

Alvin  J.\y  Cerny,  B.S.,  1929  (July  3,  1932) 

Henry  L  Chapman,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

David  Wanless  Clotfelter,  B.S.,  1931  (June  14,  1932) 

Bernard  AL  Cohen,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1929,  1931  (September  30,  1932) 

David  Cohen,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

George  Lester  Countryman  (July  i,  1932) 

Elwood  Hunter  Cox  (July  i,  1932) 

James  Wesley  Davis,  B.S.,  1931  (July  i,  1932) 

Landis  Young  Davis,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Edward  J.\ck  Denenholz,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Edwin  Frederick  Dietrich,  B.S.,  1930  (July  i,  1932) 

Jackson  Bernard  Dismukes,  B.S.,  1928  (September  30,  1932) 

Milton  Judson  Donkle,  A.B.,  1929  (December  31,  1932) 

Henry  Pickett  Dorm  an  (July  i,  1932) 

Jacob  Joseph  Edinburg,  B.S.,  1929  (December  31,  1932) 

David  Wernon  Effron,  B.S.,  1929  (June  14,  1932) 

John  B.  Erich,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Edward  Gr.\ham  Evans,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Clifton  Felts,  B.S.,  1930  (June  15,  1932) 

Glenn  Francis  Fishel,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

William  W.  Fox,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Andrew  Galloway,  B.S.,  1930  (July  6,  1932) 

John  Courier  Garland,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

William  James  Gillesby,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Robert  Joseph  Glenner,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

H.\RRY  Robert  Charles  Groppe,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

L.A.RS  Freman  Gulbrandsen  (July  i,  1932) 

Robert  Wesley  Hallenberg  (July  i,  1932) 

Stephen  John  Hansen,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Theodore  Hartley  (July  i,  1932) 

Alfred  Helmer  Herman,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Ernest  Joseph  Hofer  (July  i,  1932) 

Bernard  Horwitz,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Theodore  R.  Hudson,  B.S.,  1930  (July  i,  1932) 

M.\rk  Jacob  Hughes  (July  i,  1932) 

Samuel  Hyman,  B.S.,  1929  (July  26,  1932) 

Howard  ^L^tthew  Jacobs,  B.S.,  1929  (December  31,  1932) 

Richard  Paul  Johnson,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Kenneth  Putnam  Johnston,  B.S.,  1928  (December  31,  1932) 

Hyman  Joseph  Kaplan,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Morris  Aaron  Kaplan,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Philip  Kaplan,  B.S.,  1929  (June  15,  1932) 

Charles  Herman  Kaufman,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 


54  Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 

Irving  Kaufman,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Roy  Leslie  Kenwarb,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Reuben  Klein,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Clarence  Samuel  Kr.\kow,  B.S.,  1931  (February  7,  1933) 

Frederick  Otto  Kuehl,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

David  Milton  Kurschner,  B.S.,  1929  (August  i,  1932) 

David  James  Kweder,  B.S.,  1931  (July  i,  1932) 

Wilbur  Mayo  Larson,  B.S.,  1931  (September  30,  1932) 

Frank  Alexander  Latham  (June  28,  1932) 

David  Lerner,  B.S.,  1930  (September  30,  1932) 

Eugene  George  Lipow,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Samuel  Alvin  Loseff,  B.S.,  1929  (September  30,  1932) 

James  Francis  Merritt,  B.S.,  1931  (July  i,  1932) 

Sidney  David  Mesirow  (July  i,  1932) 

Emil  Otto  Muhs,  B.S.,  1931  (July  i,  1932) 

Arthur  Christian  Neeseman,  B.S.,  1930  (July  i,  1932) 

Robert  Henry  Nev^^ell,  B.S.,  1930  (July  i,  1932) 

William  A.  Nye,  B.S.,  1931  (July  i,  1932) 

Harold  Forest  Oakes,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Roger  Ralph  Olsen,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Ernest  Dewitt  Richard  Ponzer,  B.S.,  1929  (August  i,  1932) 

Joseph  Poticha,  B.S.,  1930  (March  31,  1933) 

Sydney  Price,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Frank  L.  Quillman  (December  31,  1932) 

GuNNAR  Quisling,  B.S.,  1931  (July  i,  1932) 

Ralph  Quisling,  B.S.,  1931  (July  i,  1932) 

Alex  Benjamin  Ragins,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1929,  1931  (September  30,  1932) 

Samuel  Reznick,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Lester  Allen  Riskind,  B.S.,  1929  (December  31,  1932) 

Arnold  Elmer  Frederick  Ritt,  B.S.,  1930  (July  15,  1932) 

Edward  Ross  (September  30,  1932) 

Harold  Xavier  Rubin,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Doran  Therman  Rue,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Meyer  Irving  Saberman,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Ivan  M.  Sandberg,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Paul  Dominic  Sanfilippo,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Milton  Charles  Schell  (July  i,  1932) 

John  Andrew  Schindler,  B.S.,  1930  (July  i,  1932) 

Karl  William  Schlegel,  B.S.,  1930  (July  i,  1932) 

Kenneth  H.  Schnepp,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Edgar  Albert  Schoenecker  (July  i,  1932) 

William  Jack  Schutz,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Louis  Bernard  Shapiro,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Maurice  Mace  Shaw,  B.S.,  1929  (June  20,  1932) 

Eugene  Henry  Silverstone  (July  i,  1932) 

Charlotte  H.  Singer,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Francis  Kirk  Smith,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Russell  Lee  Smith,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Conrad  Samuel  Sommer,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Maurice  Joseph  Spiegel,  B.S.,  1930  (July  i,  1932) 

Everett  Lee  Strohl,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 

Paul  Edgar  Swanson,  B.S.,  1929  (June  15,  1932) 

Emanuel  Taft,  B.S.,  1929  (September  24,  1932) 

Marion  Meredith  Taylor,  B.E.,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1925,  1929,  1931   (December  31, 

.    1932) 
Louis  Arlington  Terman,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 
Leo  Leonard  Thelen  (June  14,  1932) 
Otto  Ernest  Van  Der  Aue,  B.S.,  1929  (July  3,  1932) 
Theodore  John  Wachowski,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 
Carl  Fremont  Waters  (December  31,  1932) 
Arthur  D.  Wilson  (July  i,  1932) 


I 


The  College  of  Pharmacy 


55 


Lester  Melvin  Woodford,  B.S.,  1931  (July  i,  1932) 
John  Francis  Wixted,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 
Howard  Zeitlin,  B.S.,  1929  (July  i,  1932) 


The  College  of  Dentistry 
The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Dental  Surgery 


Arthur  Louis  Alban  (October) 
Benjamin  Berman  (October) 
Robert  ^L  Campbell  (October) 
Max  L  Feinberg  (October) 
Benjamin  Lee  Feldman  (October) 
Joseph  William  Gordon  (October) 


Edward  Francis  Greenway  (October) 
Emanuel  Herzon  (February) 
Ralph  Edward  Jones  (October) 
Isadore  Losoff  (October) 
Theodore  Raphael  (October) 
Robert  Miller  Wisterman  (October) 


The  College  of  Pharmacy 

The  Degree  of  Pharmaceutical  Chemist 
Conferred  in  February,  1933 


Max  Bard 

Harold  Norman  Cohen 
Roy  Joseph  Delhaye 
Fr-^nk  Bernard  Drexel 
Joseph  William  Duleba 
Sidney  Aaron  Franklin 
David  (}olden 
Joseph  Grais 
Nathan  Levin 


Jack  Melvin  McCall 
Rosa  W.  Maggio 
Roy  Edward  Lohr 
William  Henord  Masters 
William  John  Murray 
Walter  Phillip  O'Grady 
Wanda  Florentina  Sponder 

JiIlLDRED  TrEJBAL  StACH 


The  Graduate  School 

(DEGREES  CONFERRED  IN  CHICAGO) 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Psychology 

E\-ELYN  Margaret  Ehman,  A.B.,  1931  (February) 
Dorothy  Jane  Fogwell,  A.B.,  1931  (February) 
Emily  Jennie  Johnson,  A.B.,  1931  (February) 


The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Anatomy 
Leon  Frank  Moldavsky,  A.B.,  Western  Reserve  University,  1931  (October) 

In  Bacteriology 
Edward  Edgar  Park  Seidmon,  B.S.,  1931  (October) 


56  Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 

In  Juvenile  Behavior 
Verne  Wesley  Lyon,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1928  (February) 

In  Medicine 

Tell  Nelson,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1920;    M.D.,  Rush  Medical  College, 
1924  (February) 

In  Pathology 

Benjamin  Appelman,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 

Ford  Kimmel  Hick,  B.S.,  M.D.,  1928,  1931  (February) 

Benjamin   Harold  Neiman,   B.S.,  University  of   Chicago,   1926;    M.D.,  Rush 

Medical  College,  1930  (February) 
John  Todd  Reynolds,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 
Joseph  Stagman,  B.S.,  1931  (October) 

In  Pharmacology 
Lav^rence  Terry,  B.S.,  University  of  Washington,  1931  (October) 

In  Physiological  Chemistry 
Morris  Phillip  Orloff,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 

In  Physiology 
Isadore  Elihu  Steck,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 

In  Psychology 
Faye  Cohen,  A.B.,  1931  (October) 


Commissions  Presented  May  25,  1933 

Commissions  as  Lieutenants,  Officers'  Reserve  Corps, 
United  States  Army 

The  asterisk  (*)  indicates  commissions  as  Brevet  Captains 
in  the  IHinois  National  Guard. 


Infantry 


"Gardner  Bemis  Abbott 

Thomas  Minard  Baker 
*FoRD  Hugo  Blunck 

Eugene  Cameron  Brown 
'Larue  Claude  Chapman 

Michael  Clare  Cridlebaugh 
'Herbert  LeRoy  Crisler 
'Edward  Anthony  Crum 
'Robert  Brown  Franks 
'Herbert  William  Grossman 
'Thomas  Woollen  GtJiN 
'John  Jay  Healy 
*Paux  McClure  Hudelson 
'William  Barrett  Jacobs 

Clifford  George  Kjell 
'Russell  Olyn  Knudson 
'John  Henry  Kott 
'Frank  Bernard  Kuntz 
'Joseph  Valentine  AIatella 


'Howard  Clarence  Meadors 
Harold  Filers  Meyer 
Roy  Oscar  Miller 
James  Kimberly  Mosher 

*Andrew  Mrugowski 
Albert  R.  Musick 
Adelbert  Grant  Mutimer 

'Sterling  Emerson  Myers 

'Carl  Vail  Schermerhorn 

'Elmer  Wayne  Siler 

'Eugene  Fredrick  Swanson 
Samuel  Miller  Trickey 
Elmer  Frank  Troch 
Warren  Carroll  VanAIale 

*Frank  Oscar  Weber 
Marshall  Brockway  Wilmot 
Edward  Ditto  Wimp,  Jr. 
Warren  Edgar  Wingert 


Field  Artillery 


'Harold  Kenneth  Anderson 
Carl  Edward  Bartelson 

'Roland  Philip  Carlson 

'Harold  Victor  Catt 

'Lloyd  Harold  Clair 
Franklyn  Stanford  Collins 
John  Alva  Crawford 
David  William  Davies 
George  Edward  Dooley 
Fred  Raymond  Eiseman,  Jr. 

'Herman  E.  Gardner 

'Xorbert  Campbell  Garrison 
Steven  Frank  Glowacki 

'Stephen  Robert  Golden 

'Richard  Carlton  Hagan 
Howard  Conrad  Hartman 

'Arthur  George  Holstein,  Jr. 
LeRoy  Edmund  Kruggel 

'George  Kapp  Leisenring 

'Edwin  Leslie 

*WiLLiAM  Edward  McCauley 
Howard  John  Marshall 


*^L\RSHALL  Alaint:  Anderson 
'John  Allen  Appleman 
'Richard  Franos  Armitage 


*Glenn  Ellis  Morris 
William  Henry  O'Brien 
'Lawrence  Arthur  Potter 
*Max  Richard  Rhine 
Clyde  Edwin  Robb 
*Herman  Burlingame  Rupp 
Arthur  Keller  Salberg 
Burton  Eugene  Schwind 
Howard  Bennett  Scoville 
'Richard  Henry  Shirley 
'Daniel  Aaron  Smith,  Jr. 
*Donald  Edward  Smith 
*Herschel  Stanley  Smith 
*Reynold  Seigfried  Smith,  Jr. 
*JoHN  Soma 

Albert  Nickerson  Whitlock 
'Elmer  Eugene  Williams 
'Frederic  Loweth  Winslow 
'Robert  Ulney  Winters 
'Hubert  Percy  Yarnell 
'William  Arnold  Zoeller 


Cavalry 


'Edward  Homer  Baker,  Jr. 
'Virgil  Wayne  Barker 
*Karl  Theodore  Barthelmess 


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Commissions  Presented  May  2^,  19SS 


*WiLMER  Charles  Bennett,  Jr. 

Roy  Otto  Benson 
*WiLLiAM  Lawrence  Blake 
*Warren  Albert  Bunge 

Edwin  Russel  Carre 
*Martin  Leroy  Cassell,  Jr. 
*Walter  Cleland 
*Raymond  Cory  Comings 
*Fred  Howard  Comstock 
*Carl  George  Dohme 

Elliott  Durand 
*WiLLiAM  Joseph  Eovaldi 
*Robert  Edward  Forrest 
*WiLLiAM  Edward  Getman 

*WlLLIAM  CaRLETON  GiFFORD 

*Donald  Frederick  Hermes 
*JoHN  Herbert  Holstein 
Frederick  Saunders  Hooper,  Jr. 


*Richard  Elmer  Hussey 
"Cornell  Anthony  Imming 
*Adrian  Johansson 

Edward  Stanton  Johnson 
*Ward  Milton  Karraker 
'Joseph  Roy  Kempston 
*Dudley  Johnson  Kingman 
*RoBERT  Fred  LaBahn 
*Robert  Frederick  Maley 

Edwin  Steele  Martin 
*James  Eli  Moorhead 

Philip  Dwight  Rearick 
*JoEL  Hubbard  Rossiter 
*  Vernon  Harold  Rowe 
*William  Frederic  Schulz 
*Donald  Wilbert  Smith 
*Olaf  Arthur  Watne 


Engineers 


"Lewis  Edward  Barenfanger 
*Paul  Verner  Brausa 
'Daniel  Eugene  Christopher 
Arthur  S.  Cohen 
George  Adrian  Collins 
*Warren  Eugene  Compton 
John  William  Davis 
*Frank  Fisher,  Jr. 
"Randall  Albert  Forsberg 
Allen  Varner  Fox 
"Albert  William  Gasper 
"Donald  Kibler  Harmeson 
"John  Joseph  Huck 
"Heeren  Samuel  Kruse 
Benjamin  Alfred  Lerner 
Daniel  Alfred  Ludlow 


"Donald  Stephen  McCloskey 

James  Fairlie  McIntosh 
"Daniel  Joseph  AIanning 
"Frederick  William  Mast 
"Donald  Marion  Mayne 

Augustus  Maine  Minton 

Roy  Theodore  Nilsen 
"Edmond  Robert  O'Brien 

LeRoy  Robert  Oman 
"Patroklos  John  Papadopulos 
"Charles  Garman  Rummel 
"Robert  Grant  Russell 

Robert  Ernest  Tucker 
"George  Valentine  Whisenand 

Edward  Paul  Zelnis 


Signal  Corps 


"Thomas  William  Abbott 
"Floyd  Roy  Abernathy 
"Dominic  Bergelis 

Herman  William  Bieritz,  Jr. 
"Roland  Leon  Bissey 
"Alfred  James  Bryant,  Jr. 
"Burton  Fredrick  Buchan 

Robert  Wayland  Burke 
"Kenneth  Carl  Colman 
"Arthur  Merle  Daily 

Walter  Gottfried  Danielson 
"Marshall  M.  Dollahan 
"Glenn  Sidney  Eastburn 

Robert  George  Fitchie,  Jr. 
"Howard  Noble  Fullerton 
"Edwin  Lawrence  Getting 
"George  Kenneth  Green 
"Philip  Dennett  Grover 
"Paul  Edwin  Hamman 

William  Jay  Hannan 
"Norman  Kenneth  Helmrath 


"Henry  James  Heuer 

"Robert  William  Krebs 
Walter  Scott  Lawrence 

"Clarence  Harmon  Lewis 
Edmund  Adams  Lodge 
Gordon  Meade  Marshall,  Jr. 

"Norbert  Charles  Miller 

"Eugene  Gus  Mull 

"Rolla  Darby  Pollock 

"Kenneth  John  Rabe 
George  Burkard  Ross 

"John  Louis  Ryde 
H.  Stanton  Thomas 
Henry  Carl  Timmerman 
Charles  Herman  Trommer 

"Carlos  Wilbur  Veach 
Clarence  Ogden  Webber 

"Robert  James  Whitesell 
Lloyd  L.  Wightman 

"George  Ellsworth  Zinser 


Commissions  Presented  May  2j,  IQS3 


59 


Coast  Artillery 


Russell  Edward  Baker 
"Ralph  Blanchard 

Lawrence  Theodore  Chaquette 
"Dalson  Henry  Esry 

Robert  Harold  Hansmeier 
"Charles  Ward  Henson 
"Carl  Melbourne  Kennedy 
"Ralph  Emerson  Koch 
"Wu-liam  Howard  Lang 


"George  Emil  Myers 
Arthur  Charles  Nauman 

"Herman  Robert  Olson 

"John  Ludwig  Ongemach 
Kirk  J.  Ruger 

"Ernest  Franklin  Schmidt 
David  Evans  Turner 

"Gerald  Christian  Weiland 


Chemical  Warfare 


"Leonard  Eugenie  Beare 
'Carlyle  Graeme  Duncan-Clark 


"Duane  Smith  Noecker 
"John  Byron  Sheets 


Prizes  and  Awards 

Colleges  and  Schools  at  Urbana 


Alethenai  Short  Story  Prize 
Milton  John  Tepper 

AUerton  American  Traveling 
Scholarships  in  Architecture 

Max  Otto  Urbahn 
John  William  Davis 

Alpha  Chi  Sigma  Scholarship 
Plaque  in  Chemistry 
Howard  Paul  Hetzner 

Alpha  Kappa  Psi  Medallion  in 
Commerce 
Ralph  Harlan  Blakemore 

Alpha  Rho  Chi  Medal  in 
Architecture 
William  Marshall  Horowitz 

Alpha  Zeta  Cup  in  Agriculture 
Karl  Frederick  von  Almen 

American  Legion  Awards  to 
Sophomores  in  Military 
Science  and  Tactics 
Winthrop  B.  Anderson,  Infantry 
Vincent  J.  Van  Meter,  Field 

Artillery 
Robert  H.  Lehmpuhl,  Cavalry 
Kenneth  A.  Smith,  Engineers 
John  H.  Bradish,  Signal  Corps 
George  W.  Pervier,  Coast  Artillery 

American  Institute  of  Archi- 
tects Medal 
Henry  P.  T.  Tideman,  First 
William  Marshall  Horowitz, 
Second 

American  Society  of  Civil 
Engineers  Awards 

Central  Illinois  Section 
Ivan  Lee  Wissmiller 
William  Murdoch  Avery 

Illinois  Section 
Lloyd  Albert  Pfaff 


Ira  O.  Baker  Prizes  in  Civil 
Engineering 
Ivan  Lee  Wissmiller,  First 
Richard  Sherrard  Langman, 
Second 

Cavalry  Medal 

Pete  Joseph  Aulinskis 

Thomas  Arkle  Clark  ( Phi  Eta 
Sigma)  Scholarship  Prize 
Robert  William  Grim 

Delta  Theta  Epsilon  Trophy 
in  Physical  Education 
Charles  Gustave  Cassel 

Field  Artillery  Trophies 
(Connor  Cups) 
Donald  Edward  Glassco 
Bob  James  Garrard 
Clarence  Robert  Plankenhorn 

Foundation  for  Architecture  and 
Landscape  Architecture 
Architecture 

Anthony  Del  Bianco 
Henry  P.  T.  Tideman 
Landscape  Architecture 
Kenneth  Robert  Cougill 
James  Eli  Moorhead 

Gamma  Epsilon  Pi  Cup  in 
Commerce 
Louise  Alberta  Westerbeek 

Gamma  Sigma  Delta  Prize  in 
Agriculture 
Boyd  Harper 

Thacher  Rowland  Guild 
Memorial  Prize 
Wilson  McNeil  Lowry,  First 
Francis  Vincent  Koval,  Honorable 

Mention 
John  Paul  Reed,  Honorable 
Mention 


Prizes  and  Awards 


6i 


Hazelton  Medal  in  Military 
Science  and  Tactics 
Richard  C.  Hall 

Intercollegiate  Conference  Medal 
for  Excellence  in  Scholarship 
and  Athletics 
Robert  Dean  Woolsey 

Iota  Sigma  Pi  Prize  in  Chemistry 
Johanna  Malandrone 

Kate  Neal  Kinley  Memorial 
Fellowship  in  the  Fine  Arts 
Dorothy  DeLancy 

Mu  Kappa  Alpha  Cup  in  Music 
Virginia  Mary  Savage 

Omega  Beta  Pi  Prize  in  Pre- 
Medical  Work 
George  J.  O'Neil 

Pershing  Rifles 

Elbert  M.  Smith 
Paul  P.  Ficnerski 

Phalanx  Awards  to  Freshmen  in 
Military  Science  and  Tactics 

John  Robert  Stipp,  Infantry 
William  Farthing  Sargent,  Field 

Artillery 
Wilson  Ettason  Cline,  Cavalry 
Wn.LiAM  Joseph  Lierman, 

Engineers 
Edgar  August  Post,  Signal  Corps 
William  August  Marsteller, 

Coast  Artillery 

Phi  Beta  Kappa  Prize 
Placide  Daues 

Pi  Alpha  Xi  Shield  in  Floriculture 
Parker  John  Erickson 

Francis  John  Plym  Fellowship 
in  Architecture 
Kenneth  Xels  Lind 


Plym  Foreign  Scholarship  in 
Architectural  Engineering 
E.  Todd  Wheeler 

Plym  Prizes  in  Architectural 
Engineering 

Frederick  William  Mast,  First 

Jack  A.  Wyman,  Second 

Walter  Frederick  Hellmich,  Third 

Plym  Prize  for  Sketch  Problems 
Alfred  Theodore  Kurek 
Max  Otto  Urbahn 

Plym  Prize  for  Summer  Sketches 
Vernon  Smith  Etler 

Ricker  Prizes  in  Architectural 
History 

Max  Otto  Urbahn,  First 
John  William  Davis,  Second 
Wilbur  Claudius  Engebretson, 
Third 

Edward  L.  Ryerson  Traveling 
Fellowship  in  Architecture 
Henry  P.  T.  Tideman 

Scarab  Medal  in  Architecture 
Cecil  Ray  Drake 

Scarab  Medal  in  Architectural 
Engineering 
John  Nicholas  Ziegele 

Sigma  Delta  Chi  Scroll  and  Key 
for  Seniors  in  Journalism 

Stanley  Ingw^ard  Gullberg 
Milton  Edward  Hlava 
Marjorie  Fisher  Morrison 
Betty  Lou  Hughes 
Winifred  Maxine  Haslam 
Donald  Stearns  Hoebel 
Frank  Byron  Edwards 

Sigma  Delta  Kappa  Cup  in  Law 
Robert  Vance  Faragher 

Sigma  Delta  Pi  Prizes  in  the 
Spanish  Oratorical  Contest 
Frances  La  Mora  Kaar,  First 
Camille  Ferrara,  First 
Philip  William  McDowell,  Third 


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Prizes  and  Awards 


Signal  Corps  Medals 

William  Raymond  Crockett 
William  George  Reynolds 

Thrift  Essay  Prize 

Paul  Meadows,  McKendree  College, 

Lebanon,  Illinois 
John  Bishop  Parrish,  University  of 

Illinois 


University  Gold  Medal  in  Military 
Science  and  Tactics 

Paul  P.  Ficnerski,  First 
Robert  H.  Lehmpuhl,  Second 

University  Landscape  Archi- 
tecture Society  Prize 
Mary  Virginia  Mills 


Colleges  in  Chicago 


Samuel  L.  Antonow  Prize  in 
Pharmacy 
Sally  Catherine  Batkevich 

William  Beaumont  Prize  in 
Medicine 
Titus  Maurice  Johnson 

William  Gray  Prize  in  Pharmacy 
Harry  A.  Mikkola 

Hodel-Saltiel-Hodel  Prize  in 
Pharmacy 
Herbert  Van  Meter  Moyers 

Leo  L.  Mrazek  Prize  in  Chemistry 
Stanley  W.  Kondziela 

Omicron  Kappa  Upsilon  Awards 
in  Dentistry 

James  Albert  Gagnon 
Don  Alfred  Vespa 
John  Bernard  Erich 


Lee  M.  Pedigo  Prize  in  Materia 

Medica 
Louis  Kozak 

Alice  E.  Pelikan  Prize  in 
Materia  Medica 
Elsie  Josephine  Ross 

Andrew  Scherer  Prize  in 
Pharmacy 
Dorothy  Florence  Voigt 

Seminar  Prize  in  Dentistry 

Oscar  Karpf,  First 

Don  Alfred  Vespa,  Second 

James  Albert  Gagnon,  Third 

Sigma  Xi  Prize  in  Medicine 
Virgil  Arnett  Gant 


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Order  of  Exercises 


Commencement  Procession 


Prelude 

Grand  March — The  Crown  of  India Elgar 

Finale  to  "Tristan  and  Isolde" Wagner 

UNIVERSITY  CONCERT  BAND 

Albert  Austin  Harding,  Director 


Invocation 


The  Reverend  STEPHEN  E.  FISHER,  D.D. 
University  Place  Church  of  Christ,  Champaign 


Commencement  Address 


ARTHUR  HILL  DANIELS,  Ph.D. 
Acting  President  of  the  University 


Interlude 


Finale  (Allegro  non  troppo)  from  Symphony  in  D  minor Franck 

UNIVERSITY  CONCERT  BAND 


Conferring  of  Degrees 

THE  ACTING  PRESIDENT  OF  THE  UNIVERSITY 

Benediction 

The  Reverend  Dr.  FISHER 

Postlude 

Grand  March — University Goldman 

(Concluding  with  "Auld  Lang  Syne") 
UNIVERSITY  CONCERT  BAND 


Candidates  for  Degrees 

The  Graduate  School 
Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 

In  Agronomy 

John  Eldon  Gieseking,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1926,  1927.  Podzolic  Features  in  Illinois 
Soils. 

In  Bacteriology 

Viola  Mae  Michael,  A.B.,  1925.    Microbiology  of  Merchantable  Canned  Com. 

In  Botany 

Lauretta    Ewing    Fox,    B.S.,    Westminster    College,    1931 ;    M.S.,    1932.     The 

Effects  of  High  Temperatures  on  Seeds. 
Gladys  Charlotte  Galligar,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1931 ;  A.M.,  1932. 

Growth  Studies  on  Excised  Root  Tips. 

In  Chemistry 

Sidney  Henry  Babcock,  HI,  A.B.,  M.S.,  Vanderbilt  University,  1930,  1931.  I. 
The  Alkaline  Cleavage  of  Acylomethylpyridinium  Compounds.  H.  The 
Rearrangement  of  i-Phenyl-5-Benzoylcyclopentene  Oxide. 

Joseph  Hendrickson  Balthis,  Jr.,  B.S.,  Randolph-Macon  College,  1929;  M.S., 
West  Virginia  University,  1931.  Part  A.  The  Stability  of  Chromous  Am- 
mines  and  the  Preparation  of  Chromous  and  Chromic  Ammines.  Part  B. 
The  Reaction  of  Phenyl  Alanine  with  Optically  Active  Chromic  Compounds 
of  the  Luteo  Type. 

Frank  Thomas  Barr,  B.S.,  M.S.,  Washington  University,  1929,  1931.  Equilibria 
in  the  Chemical  System:  Hydrogen  Sulfide,  Propylene,  Iso-Propyl  Mer- 
captan,  and  N-Propyl  Mercaptan. 

Benton  Alexander  Bull,  B.S.,  Knox  College,  1930;  M.S.,  1931.  The  Haloform 
Reaction.    Hindered  Methyl  Ketonic  Acids. 

Alvin  Ackerman  Burton,  B.S.,  Oregon  State  College,  1929;  M.S.,  1930.  A 
Study  of  the  Catalytic  Oxidation  of  Acetaldehyde. 

Shih  Liang  Chien,  B.S.,  Tsing  Hua  University,  1931 ;  M.S.,  1932.  L  Effect  of 
Substituents  on  the  Rate  of  Racemization  of  Optically  Active  Diphenyls: 
Preparation  and  Resolution  of  Five  Substituted  2-Nitro-6-Carboxy-2'- 
Methoxydiphenyls.  II.  Stereoisomerism  of  Orthomono-substituted  Diphen- 
yls:    Preparation  and   Properties  of  2-Chloromercuri-3'-Carboxydiphenyl. 

Vera  Arrietta  Conard,  A.B.,  M.S.,  1928,  1931.  I.  Preparation  of  Some  Guani- 
dine  Derivatives.  II.  Preparation  of  Beta-Ketonic  Esters.  III.  The  Re- 
action between  Indene  and  2-Octyl  Nitrate. 

Arden  Garrell  Deem,  B.S.,  1931.    Hydrocarbon  Pyrolysis. 

Ellsworth  Knowlton  Ellingboe,  A.B.,  Lawrence  College,  1930;  A.M.,  1932. 
I.  The  Coupling  Action  of  the  Grignard  Reagent.  II.  The  1,2-Diben- 
zoylcyclobutanes  and  Related  Compounds. 

Donald  Sherwood  Frederick,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1931 ;  A.M.,  1932.  The 
Structure  of  the  Polymeric  Addition  Products  Resulting  from  the  Reaction 
of  Sulfur  Dioxide  and  Olefins. 

Harold  Marion  Ginsburg,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Ohio  State  University,  1930,  1931.  I. 
A  Study  of  the  Reactions  of  Chlorobenzoxazole.  II.  Reactions  of  Malonic 
Ester  and  Ethyl  Malonic  Ester  with  Acyl  Chlorides. 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ii,  IQJ4 


Henrietta    Snow    Hayden,    B.S.,    M.S.,    Syracuse    University,    1921,    1925.     A 

Critique  of  the  Methods  for  Determining  Formic  Acid. 
Donald  Fletcher  Holmes,  A.B.,  Amherst  College,   1931 ;   M.S.,   1932.    I.    The 

Use   of    i-Menthoxyacetyl   Chloride    for   the    Resolution   of    Amino    Acids. 

H.     The    Preparation    and    Resolution    of    2,4-Dinitro-6-Carboxy-2'-Meth- 

oxydiphenyl. 
Ching  Chen  Li,  B.S.,  National  Central  University,   1929;   M.S.,  University  of 

Chicago,    1931.    I.    Effect   of   Temperature   and    Solvents   on   the    Rate    of 

Racemization    of    2-Nitro-6-Carboxy-2'-Alkoxydiphenyl.     H.      Preparation 

and  Resolution  of  2,2'-Dimethoxy-5,5'-Dicarboxy-6,6'-Dimethyldiphenyl. 
Linwood  Asa  Murray,  Jr.,  A.B.,  Augustana  College,  1929.    The  Deflection  of 

Alkali  Halide  Molecules  by  Electric  Fields. 
Douglas  Gillison  Nicholson,   B.S.,   M.S.,   1930,   1931.    Rate   of   Oxidation  by 

Means  of  Conductometric  Methods. 
Oliver  Cecil  Simpson,  B.S.,   1930.    A  Molecular  Ray  Study  of  the  Magnetic 

Aloment  of  the  Oxygen  Molecule. 
Charles  Frank  Woodward,   A.B.,  Lawrence  College;    1930,  A.M.,   1932.    The 

Reversibility  of  the  Friedel  and  Crafts  Condensation. 

In  Economics 

Paul  Edgar  Alyea,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1923,  1927.   Theory  of  the  Gold  Standard. 
Harvey   Wilborn  Huegy,   B.S.,   M.S.,    1924,    1929.    An   Economic   Analysis   of 

Instalment  Credit. 
George  William  Sanford,  B.S.,  A.M.,   1927,   1928.    The  Commercial  Policy  of 

Great  Britain  since  the  World  War. 
William  Howard  Taylor,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1931,  1932.    Financial  Readjustment  of 

Utility  Corporations  since  1929. 

In  Education 

Russell  Taaffe  Gregg,  B.S.,  A.M.,  1928,  1929.    A  Critical  Study  of  Vocational 

Guidance. 
Milton  Edward  Kraft,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1930,  1931.    A  Study  of  the  Governmental 

Decrees  Regulating  the   Preparation  and   Certification   for   Certain   of   the 

Learned  Professions  in  Germany. 
Dewey  Bernard  Stuit,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1931,  1932.   Correlation  Analysis  as  a  Means 

of  Studying  Problems  of  Functional  Relationship. 

In  Engineering 

Paul  Andersen,  B.S.,  Royal  Polytechnic  Institute,  1924;  M.S.,  1932.  Shrink- 
age and  Flow  of  Cements,  Mortars,  and  Concretes. 

Nathan  Mortimore  Newmark,  B.S.,  Rutgers  University,  1930;  M.S.,  1932. 
Interaction  between  Rib  and  Superstructure  in  Concrete  Arch  Bridges. 

Herman  Julius  Stoever,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1928;  M.S.,  1930.  The 
Thermodynamic  Properties  of  Ammonia- Water  Solutions  and  Their  Ap- 
plication to  the  Absorption  Refrigeration  Cycle. 

In  English 

Margaret  French,  A.B.,  Middlebury  College,  1911 ;  A.B.,  Mt.  Holyoke  College, 
1912;  A.M.,  1924.    The  English  Essay  of  the  Restoration   (1660-1700). 

Berte  Leroy  Kinkade,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Missouri,  1922,  1924.  The 
English  Translations  of  Higden's  Polychronicon. 

Effie  MacKinnon,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Wellesley  College,  1925,  1930.  Studies  in  Four- 
teenth Century  English  Mysticism.  Richard  RoUe,  Walter  Hilton,  Juliana 
of  Norwich,  The  Cloud  of  Unknozvmg. 


The  Graduate  School 


In  Entomology 

Carl  Otto  Mohr,  A.B.,  University  of  Minnesota,  1926;  A.M.,  1928.  A  Study 
of  the  Succession,  Relative  Numbers,  and  Biologies  of  Bucoprophilous 
Insects. 

In  Geology 

Martin  Hewett  Billings,  A.B.,  University  of  Minnesota,  1929;  M.S.,  Uni- 
versity of  Pittsburgh,  193 1.  The  Nocona  Oil  Field,  Montague  County, 
Texas. 

In  History 

Selig  Abler,  A.B.,  University  of  Buffalo,  1931 ;  A.M.,  1932.  The  Senatorial 
Career  of  George  Franklin  Edmunds,  1S66-1891. 

Fr.\nk  Hardee  Allen,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1930;  A.M.,  1931.  Govern- 
ment Influence  on  News  in  the  United  States  during  the  World  War. 

Donald  Rhodes  Alter,  B.S.,  University  of  Missouri,  1920;  A.M.,  Columbia 
Universit}',  1924.  Mid-Century  Political  Alignments  in  the  Middle  Prov- 
inces 1 740- 1 760. 

Karl  Christian  Dod,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1930,  1931.  The  Friendship  of  William  II 
and  Nicholas  II  and  Its  International  Implications,  1894-1905. 

William  Habberton,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1925;  A.M.,  1929.  Anglo- 
Russian  Relations  Concerning  Afghanistan,   1837-1907. 

Arshag  Ohan  Sarkissian,  A.B.,  Syracuse  University,  1929;  A.M.,  1930.  The 
Beginnings  of  the  Armenian  Question  1870-1881. 

In  Horticulture 

Louis  Ralph  Bryant,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1931,  1932.  A  Study  of  the  Factors  Affect- 
ing the  Development  of  the  Embryo-Sac  and  the  Embryo  in  the  Mcintosh 
Apple. 

George  Viggo  Falkenberg,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1922,  1931.  The  Effect  of  Zinc  Sulfate- 
Lime  upon  Growth  and  Transpiration. 

In  Mathematics 

Marion  Taylor   Bird,   B.S.,   Illinois   Wesleyan   University,    1928;    A.M.,    1929. 

On  Generalizations  of  Sum  Formulas  of  the  Euler-Maclaurin  Type. 
Gertrude  Stith  Ketchum,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Georgia,  1924,  1928.    On 

Certain  Generalizations  of  the  Cauchy-Taylor  Expansion  Theory. 
William   Ted   Martin,   A.B.,   University  of   Arkansas,    1930;    A.M.,   1931.    On 

Expansions  in  Terms  of  a  Certain  General  Class  of  Functions. 
Henrietta   Pearl  Terry,   B.S.,   Shurtleff   College,   1926;   A.M.,   1929.    Abelian 

Subgroups  of  Order  P™  of  the  I-Groups  of  the  Abelian  Groups  of  Order 

P"  Type  1,1,1 

In  Physics 

Martin  Joseph  Arvin,  A.B.,  Indiana  State  Teachers  College,  1926;  M.S.,  1930. 

The  Band  Spectrum  of  the  NaK  Molecule. 
Martin   Calvin   Watson,    B.S.,   Knox    College,    1926;    M.S.,    1928.    The   Band 

Spectrum  of  Ionized  Aluminium  Hydride. 

In  Political  Science 

James  Jefferson  Lenoir,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Mississippi,  1927,  1929.  The 
Interpretation  by  the  Supreme  Court  of  the  United  States  of  Certain 
Phases  of  International  Law. 

Alden  Leslie  Powell,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1929,  1930.  National  Taxation  of  State 
Instrumentalities. 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ii,  ipS4 


In  Psychology 

Edward  Eric  Anderson,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1929,  1930.  The  Interrelationship  of 
Drives  in  the  Male  Albino  Rat. 

Edward  Girden,  A.B.,  West  Virginia  University,  1930;  A.M.,  Columbia  Uni- 
versity, 1931.    Auditory  Effects  of  Roentgen  Rays  in  Dogs. 

In  Zoology 

Joe  Denton   Combs,   A.B.,   Drury   College,   1929;    A.M.,    1931.    The   Effect   of 

Temperature  upon  Certain  Wing  Characters  in  Drosophila  melanogaster. 
Mable  Ruth  Walter  Danner,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1929;  A.M.,  1930. 

A  Comparative  Study  of  Human  Twins. 
Margery  Washburn  Horsfall,  A.B.,  Reed  College,  1928;  A.M.,  1930.    Cysto- 

cercous  Cercariae  of  the  World  and  the  Life  History  of  Cercaria  macros- 

toma  Faust. 
Samuel  Hanford  McFarlane,  B.S.,  University  of  Saskatchewan,  1930;   M.S., 

1931.   A  Study  of  Trematodes  from  Marine  Fishes  of  Departure  Bay,  B.C. 


Candidates  for  Professional  Degrees  in  Engineering 

The  Degree  of  Civil  Engineer 

NoRVAL  Eugene  Anderson,  B.S.,  1920 
Horatio  May  Fitch,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1923,  1933 

The  Degree  of  Electrical  Engineer 
Joseph  Louis  Bisesi,  B.S.,  1923 

The  Degree  of  Engineer  of  Mines 
Cloyde  Moffett  Smith,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1920,  1928 

The  Degree  of  Mechanical  Engineer 
NiLES  HuTTON  Barnard,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1928,  1030 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Botany 
Henry  Clyde  Eyster,  A.B.,  Bucknell  University,  1932 

In  Chemistry 

Helen  Emily  Krizek,  A.B.,  Rosary  College,  1933 
Gail  Lorenz  Miller,  A.B.,  1933 

In  Classics 

Robert  Conrad  Stone,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1933 
Helen  Elizabeth  Teele,  A.B.,  MacMurray  College,  1933 

In  Economics 
Paul  Monroe  Mancell,  Ph.B.,  Shurtleff  College,  1924 


The  Graduate  School 


In  Education 

Marie  Jeanxette  Boysen,  A.B.,  Blackburn  College,  1904 
Raymond  Parks  Harris,  B.S.,  James  Alillikin  University,  1930 
Keith  Welles  McHenry,  A.B.,  1927 
Louis  Ernest  Rapemacher,  A.B.,  1932 
Harry  Maxwell  Thrasher,  A.B.,  191 1 
Marjorie  Wham,  A.B.,  1933 

In  English 

Emma  Louise  Bach,  A.B.,  Illinois  Weslej^an  University,  1922 

Eva  Fay  Benton,  A.B.,  1929 

Mary  Louise  Cameron,  B.S.,  1932 

Alice  Lee  Douglass,  A.B.,  1932 

Edward  George  Fisher,  B.S.,  1933 

Julius  Nicholas  Hook,  A.B.,  1933 

Evelyn  Eulalia  McNeely,  B.S.,  1927 

Vinda  Adkins  Orata,  A.B.,  1927 

Carolyn  Emelia  Pierson,  A.B.,  Augustana  College,  1933 

Mary  Alice  Smith,  A.B.,  Monmouth  College,  1933 

Eleanor  Elizabeth  Wyne,  A.B.,  1921 

In  German 
Elisabeth  Helen  Schroeder,  A.B.,  1933 

In  History 

Georgina  Beazly,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929 

Norman  Ward   Caldwell,  B.Ed.,   Southern  Illinois   State   Normal  University, 

1931 
Carrie  Partlow  Carter,  A.B.,  Wellesley  College,  191 7 
Ralph  Millard  Gibson,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1928 
Frances  Seymour  Watkins,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1932 

In  Mathematics 

Annie  Hall  Lyles,  A.B.,  University  of  Texas,  1933 
Harold  Ford  Mayfield,  B.S.,  Shurtleff  College,  1933 

In  Philosophy 

Sidney  Adam  Guthrie,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1913 

In  Physics 

William  Azbell,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1933 
Albert  Eugene  Smith,  A.B.,  Indiana  Central  College,  1930 

In  Romance  Languages 

Frederick  Henry  Dedmond,  B.S.,  1933 
Geneva  Harrison,  A.B.,  1933 


10  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ii,  1934 

John  Hooker  Hartsook,  A.B.,  1933 

Zola  Flora  Hicks,  A.B.,  Colorado  State  Teachers  College,  1933 

John  Andrew  Houpert,  A.B.,  1933 

Anne  Prioleau  Jones,  A.B.,  1932 

Philip  William  McDowell,  A.B.,  1933 

Jane  Warren,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1933 

In  Sociology 

Janet  Andrews  Cromwell,  B.S.,   193 1 

Doris  Dolphine  Gundlach,  A.B.,  Wellesley  College,  1933 

In  Zoology 

Edwin  Christian  Danner,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1931 

Howard  L.  Gravett,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1933 

Sister  Mary  St.  Victor  Lesner,  B.V.M.,  A.B.,  Loyola  University,  1929 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Agricultural  Economics 
Carl  Ainsworth  Bell,  B.S.,  1928 

In  Agronomy 

Herman  Wascher,  B.S.,  1924 

In  Architecture 

Harry  Jones  Harman,  B.S.,  1930 

William  Marshall  Horowitz,  B.S.,  1933 

David  Daniel  Michel,  B.Arch.,  University  of  Pennsylvania,  1933 

Albert  Ryuichi  Nozaki,  B.Arch.,  University  of  Southern  California,  1933 

Harold  Eugene  Steinberg,  B.Arch.,  University  of  Pennsylvania,  1933 

In  Architectural  Engineering 
Glenn  William  Foster,  B.S.,  1929 

In  Business  Organization  and  Operation 

Will  Harold  Oldham,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1933 
Lois  AIazelle  Snyder,  B.S.,  1925 

In  Ceramic  Engineering 

Ralph  Elliott  Bevis,  B.S.,  1933 

Charles  Ward  Henson,  H,  B.S.,  1933 

DwiGHT  Garrison  Moore,  B.S.,  Iowa  State  College,  1930 

In  Chemistry 

Edward  George  Appel,  B.S.,  1933 
AIerton  Monroe  Beckwith,  B.S.,  1933 


The  Graduate  School  ii 


Adolph  Oscar  Blatter,  B.S.,  1933 

Albert  Eugexe  Calkins,  B.S.,  Alma  College,  1933 

Raymond  Cory  Comings,  B.S.,  1933 

Henry  Dorroh  Foster,  B.S.,  University  of  South  Carolina,  1933 

Charles  Leroy  Graham,  B.S.,  Monmouth  College,  1930 

Robert  Edwin  Henry,  B.S.,  Monmouth  College,  1932 

Henry  Alvertis  Long,  A.B.,  1928 

Daniel  Joseph  Manning,  B.S.,  1933 

Charles  Vernon  Smith,  B.S.,  1933 

Richard  Alan  Stegeman,  A.B.,  Lake  Forest  College,  1933 

Thomas  Gray  Webber,  Jr.,  B.S.,  Brown  University,  1933 

Harry  Herschel  Weinstock,  Jr.,  B.Chem.,  Cornell  University,   1933 

In  Civil  Engineering 

David  ^Merrill  B.\ldwin,  B.S.,  1933 

Orhan  Djemal,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1933 

Tarik  Hakki,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1933 

Suat  Kadri,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1933 

SoxjBHi  Kahale,  B.S.,  Robert  College,   1933 

Joseph  Keranen,  B.S.,  State  College  of  Washington,  1933 

Charles  Thomas  George  Looney,  B.S.,  Carnegie  Institute  of  Technology,  1932 

Seth  Bradley  AIorris,  B.S.,  1926 

Donald  Gregg  Radcliffe,  B.S.,  1932 

Mathew  Scioletich,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1933 

Ching-Lee  Wang,  B.S.,  Tangshan  University,  1930 

In  Economics 

Earl  William  Davis,  B.S.,  1923 

James  Ward  Dillow,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1933 

Harry  Shaw  Maulding,  B.S.,  1933 

Robert  Cantston  Sloan,  B.S.,  1933 

Merle  Clark  Turney,  B.S.,  1932 

In  Education 

Winfield  Scott  Angus,  B.S.,  1930 

Melvin  Wallace  Barnes,  A.B.,  Greenville  College,  1932 

Nellie  Florence  Bates,  A.B.,  1922 

Virgil  Leroy  Coile,  B.S.,  1933 

Lory  Edmond  Eary,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1930 

Parmer  Leland  Ewing,  B.S.,  1930 

Lewis  Edward  Flinn,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1929 

Charles  Kutz  Helfrick,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1933 

Blanche  Veigh  Robbins,  B.S.,  1932 

Marion  Louise  Stuart,  B.S.,  1932 

Mary  Taylor  Swartz,  B.S.,  1932 


12  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ii,  1934 

In  Electrical  Engineering 

Rocco  Thomas  Capodanno,  B.S.,  1927 

Marion  Stanley  Helm,  B.S.,  1933 

James  Curtis  Mace,  Jr.,  Ph.B.,  Ripen  College,  1929 

Luther  Grimm  Ramer,  B.S.,  1930 

Bhagat  Singh,  B.S.,  1933 

Carlos  Wilbur  Veach,  B.S.,  1933 

In  Entomology 
John  Frederick  Alsterlund,  A.B.,  1932 

In  Home  Economics 
Elizabeth  Gore  Curzon,  A.B.,  1932 

In  Horticulture 
Clyde  Russell  Wutzke,  B.S.,  1933 

In  Mechanical  Engineering 

Lloyd  Sheldon  Butler,  B.S.,  1933 

Warren  Eugene  Compton,  B.S.,  1933 

Charles  Eugene  Manning,  B.S.,  University  of  Kansas,  1933 

Robert  Caldwell  Perkins,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1931 

John  Louis  Ryde,  B.S.,  1933 

In  Physics 
Sanford  Alfred  Berg,  B.S.,  1933 

In  Physiology 
Julius  Levine,  B.S.,  1933 

In  Railway  Engineering 
Charles  Burton  Long,  B.S.,  1933 

In  Zoology 

Katharine  Gertrude  Allen,  A.B.,  1925 

Mary  van  Maarth  Crist,  B.S.,  1933 

Norman  Thomas  Mattox,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1933 

Marguerita  Mae  Tetlow,  A.B.,  Rockford  College,  1933 

Carroll  Orme  Van  Gundy,  B.S.,  Monmouth  College,  1933 


The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Madeline  Jeanette  Adams 

AIaybelle  Kathryn  Adams 

Harry  Adelman,  with  Honors  in  History 

Arlington  John  Ailes 

WiNTHROP  Bush  Anderson 

Anne  Vera  Applebaum 

.^LAN  George  Arison 

Paltl  George  Aten 

Marjorie  Jane  Baeder 

Clifford  Frank  Bailer 

Mary  Henrietta  Bailey,  with  Honors 

in  Spanish 
Virginia  Bairstow 
Helen  Theodora  Baker 
Mary  Louise  Baker,  with  High 

Honors  in  Psychology 
Edwin  Henry  Becker 
Gertrude  Mary  Bedard 
Viola  Marie  Beecher 
WiLMA  Claire  Bentley 
Louis  Berlin 
Virginia  Florence  Best 
Robert  Howard  Bierma,  with  Honors 

in  History 
Eleanor  Louise  Black 
Eugene  Field  Bond 
Helen  Josephine  Bondi 
Helen  Ruth  Bosley 
Athena  Boswell 
Helen  Gertrude  Bottrell 
Walter  Durley  Boyle,  with  Honors 

in  PoHtical  Science 
Jean  Briggle 
Bernice  Catherine  Brock 
Gerald  Keith  Brooke 
Edna  Mae  Beatrice  Brunner 
William  Paul  Buchanan 
William  Stone  Budd 
Jean  But-L,  with  Honors  in  EngHsh 
Mary  Burdick 

Edward  P.  Marion  Burstein 
Roy  Ralston  Bushart,  with  Honors 

in  Spanish 
Alice  Campbell 
Ernestine  Janette  Campbell 
Howard  Williams  Campbell 
Robert  Calloway  Carlin 
Edith  Eva  Gilster  Gary 
W'iNFRiED  Charles  Christopher 
Leslie  Blaine  Clark,  Jr. 
Robert  Anthony  Clark 
Martin  Palx  Claussen,  with  High 

Honors  in  History 
Hazel  Dorothy  Clifford 
Jean  Vincent  Conrad 
Mildred  Harriet  Converse,  with 

Honors  in  Philosophy 
Wayne  Ralph  Cook 
Francis  Edward  Coss,  with  Honors 

in  English 


John  Charles  Cowan 

Richard  Stoltz  Cowan 

Carroll  Thomas  Cox,  with  Honors 

in  History 
Marian  Harbison  Cox 
Charles  Richard  Creighton 
Janet  Luella  Creutz 
Isaac  Wesley  Cundiff 
Jessie  Frances  Dancey 
Jeannette  Amelia  Davidson 
Kathryn  Maxine  Dawson 
Marion  Emily  Decker,  with  Honors 

in  History 
Robert  Emmett  Delaney 
Vincent  Joseph  Del  Beccaro 
Debrah  Dillon 
Margaret  Lenora  Dix 
Marion  Stoddard  Dodge 
Isabel  Mary  Donahue 
Walter  Merle  Dorff 
James  Theodore  Douglass,  with 

Honors  in  English 
Andrew  Sloan  Draper 
Wilma  Evelyn  Driver 
Marguerite  Jane  Dye 
Elisabeth  Ashman  Edmunds,  with 

Honors  in  Economics  and  Sociology 
Curtis  Miller  Elliott 
Yvonne  Louise  Evans,  with  Honors 

in  Zoology 
AIildred  Eunice  Dixon  Faith 
Donald  Legreid  Faulkner 
Noble  Lawrence  Ferguson 
George  Harry  Fisher 
Morris  Leland  Fisher 
Dorothy  Smith  Fleming 
Edna  May  Flentje 
Doris  Deane  Fletcher 
Helen  Elizabeth  Fluegge,  with 

Honors  in  Sociology 
Eliza  Brown  Foster 
Frances  Kathryn  Fox 
Frances  Page  Friedman 
Sarah  Jane  Fulton,  with  Honors  in 

Philosophy 
John  Wilson  Gaddis 
Virginia  Beatrice  Gangstad,  with 

High  Honors  in  Botany 
Frederick  King  Gardner 
Bob  James  Garrard,  with  High 

Honors  in  History 
Robert  Paul  Gibbs 
Raymond  Franklin  Gieske 
Lois  Gifford 

William  Jackson  Gilliland 
William  Nimmo  Gilman 
Lillian  Ruth  Gilster 
Morton  Merwin  Ginsberg 
Roy  Harold  Glockhoff 
Leo  Harry  Goldstein 


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Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ii,  1934 


Leroy  August  Goldstein,  with  Honors 

in  Political  Science 
Katherine  Elizabeth  Gollings 
Lecie  Carolyn  Gordon,  with  Honors 

in  Sociology 
DwiGHT  Clarke  Gott 
Charles  Wesley  Graham 
LuciLE  Margaret  Grossarth 
Herbert  William  Grossman 
Edward  William  Gutgsell 
Alice  Maurine  Hackmann 
Mary  Katherine  Hansen 
Mary  Angeline  Hatch 
Betty  Hatton,  with  Honors  in  French 
Elsie  Eula  Hawk 
Claudine  Alma  Henson 
Frank  LeRoy  Hess,  Jr. 
Joseph  Norman  Hesselschwerdt 
Fred  Clark  Hill 
Mary  Margaret  Hill,  with  Honors 

in  English 
Mildred  Helen  Hirsh 
Harriet  Elizabeth  Holiday 
Eleanor  Wilson  Holland,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Elizabeth  Homann 
Zelma  Valera  Hopper 
Anthony  Murray  Horn 
Hazel  Marie  Hoyle 
Charles  Lytle  Huette 
Radford  Bernard  Huff 
Ida  Martha  Huie,  with  Honors  in  French 
John  Huner,  Jr.,  with  High  Honors 

in  Geology 
Ruth  Elizabeth  Hunter 
Frances  Elaine  Huson 
Donald  Frank  Jackson 
Robert  Charles  Johnson 
Harry  Allan  Johnston 
Bernice  Elizabeth  Jokisch 
Gordon  Eugene  Jones,  with  Honors 

in  Chemistry 
Margaret  Walker  Jones,  with  High 

Honors  in  French 
Norman  Pegram  Jones 
Frances  LaMora  Kaar 
Maurice  C.  Kaplan 
John  Keller  Karlovic 
George  Henry  Keck 
Caroline  Gold  Kennedy 
Thomas  Bryant  Kennedy 
Ercilia  Kiler,  with  Honors  in  Spanish 
George  Lowell  Kiley 
Camille  Evella  King 
Clifford  George  Kjell,  with  Honors 

in  English 
Mary  Elizabeth  Klingner,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Elsa  Alberta  Koch 
Ruth  Elizabeth  Kramer 
Milton  Kukac 
Frances  Margaret  Lange,  with  High 

Honors  in  German 
Edward  Alexander  Larkin 
Marguerite  Donahue  Larkin 
George  E.  Lathrop 


Ruth  Lawyer,  with  Honors  in  English 

John  Robert  Leggett 

Avery  Leiserson,  with  Honors  in 

Political  Science 
Hiram  Henry  Lesar,  with  Honors 

in  History 
Kathryn  Elizabeth  Leutwiler 
Warren  Jefferson  Lewis 
Frederick  Litschel,  Jr. 
Lois  Leatrice  Littlejohn 
Milton  Otto  William  Lorenz 
Wilson  McNeil  Lowry,  with  High 

Honors  in  English 
Frederick  Radley  Luthy 
John  Joyce  McCarthy 
James  Dayton  McCormick 
Donald  Earle  McGuire 
Irene  Helen  McKinney 
Robert  Smith  McKinney 
Leo  Charles  Mackelden 
Dorothy  Maguire 
Albert  Henry  Malo 
Betty  Belle  Manley 
Ruth  Maxine  Martin 
Louis  Kenneth  Mertz 
Robert  Irving  Metcalf 
Marie  Louise  Michaud 
Claud  Hartus  Miller 
John  Glenn  Miller,  Jr. 
Victor  Albert  Miszeika 
Audrey  Anita  Moore 
Dorothy  Mable  Moore 
Maxine  Moore 
Julian  Donald  Morgan,  with  High 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Patricia  Morrison 
Elizabeth  Ann  Mraz 
Elizabeth  Jane  Muir 
Betty  Murdock 
Harold  A.  Myers 
Olga  Natinchek 
Benjamin  E.  Neff 
Betty  Johnston  Neher 
Louise  Nelsen 
Catherine  Carrie  Nelson 
Mary  Lewis  Nelson,  with  Honors 

in  History 
Dorothy  May  Normandin 
Mariam  Viola  Olsen 
Catherine  Marie  Palandech 
Martha  Jean  Parker 
Carmen  Louise  Parr,  with  Honors 

in  Latin 
John  Bishop  Parrish 
Virginia  Mae  Parrish,  with  Honors 

in  French 
John  Daniel  Picco,  Jr.,  with  Honors 

in  Political  Science 
Karl-Heinz  Eberle  Planitz 
Roy  Raymond  Polk 
Frances  Porter,  with  Honors  in 

Sociology 
Maxine  Belle  Porter 
Jennie  Lorraine  Preston 
Seymour  S.  Price 
Marcia  Kathryn  Puckett 


College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


15 


Elizabeth  Jane  Purma 

Dorothy  Sue  Quinn 

Ruth  Elizabeth  Rehr,  with  Honors 

in  History 
Alfred  Harry  Reich  man 
Katherine  Marguerite  Reynolds,  with 

High  Honors  in  History 
Henry  Ricevvasser 
ScovEL  Richardson 
William  S.  Ricker 
AIarjorie  Ritten house 
Thomas  Nicholas  Roupas 
Janet  Georgia  Rowley 
Rebecca  Frances  Ruby 
Fredericka  Friedberg  Samisch 
Virginia  Florence  Sandberg 
Frank  Santarelli 
Alfred  Charles  Frederick  Scherer 
George  August  Christian  Scherer 
Elizabeth  Henrietta  Catharine 

Schicht 
AIary  Christine  Schindler 
Dorothy  Amalia  Schultz 
Henrietta  Seaman 
Salene  Segal 
AIay  Helen  Seidel 
Dean  Wade  Seniff 
Joseph  W^ooerow  Shamel 
Homer  Howard  Shelby 
Lois  Florence  Shelford,  with  Honors 

in  Spanish 
Anne  Vanston  Sherwin 
Harriet  Vivian  Sienkewicz 
Beatrice  Natalie  Silver 
Cora  Lowell  Sisam 
Frieda  Haroldine  Skartvedt 
Macie  Iris  Skinner 
Ida  Slotin,  with  Honors  in  Spanish 
Belle  Vina  Slotnikov 
Carlton  Spalding  Smith 
George  Winston  Smith,  with  High 

Honors  in  History 
Mary  Helen  Smith 
Robert  Alvin  Smith 
William  Daniel  Snivel y,  with 

Honors  in  Zoology 
Roy  Erwin  Sprague 
Donald  William  Staehlin,  with 

High  Honors  in  Political  Science 


Dorothy  Ann  Standard 

Donald  Fraser  Steele 

Harold  Karl  Steiner 

Mildred  Stengl,  with  Honors  in  Speech 

Walter  Wolf  Stern,  Jr. 

Fred  Rice  Stith,  Jr. 

Mabel  Lee  Stone 

Dorothy  Elizabeth  Stuttle,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Donald  Grant  Sutton 
Frank  William  Swann,  Jr. 
Margaret  Genevieve  Swanson 
Edna  Taborn,  with  Honors  in  Sociology 
Charles  Daniel  Tanzer,  with  Honors 

in  French 
Wanda  Agnes  Taylor 
Gordon  Max  Terry 
Phyllis  Hofert  Theiss 
Kenneth  David  Thomas,  with  Honors 

in  Political  Science 
Joseph  Manfred  Thompson,  with 

Honors  in  Alathematics 
Malcolm  Clifford  Todd 
David  Strause  Traub 
Preston  Heath  Tuttle 
Dorothy  Nell  Tyrrell 
Dorothy  Rose  Vesely 
Alex  Joseph  Victor 
LeVona  Voigt 
Margaret  Ellen  Waddey,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Robert  Winslow  Ward 
Ernest  Henry  Waterman 
Sanford  Watkins,  with  Honors  in 

Zoology 
Robert  Barden  Watson,  with  Honors 

in  Physics 
Faye  Hortense  Weiss 
Ellen  Dorothea  Westphal 
Mary  Louise  Wheeler 
Josephine  Mary  White 
Carleton  Keller  Williams 
Catherine  Geraldine  Williams 
J.  Chesley  Williams 
Marshall  Brockway  Wilmot 
Mary  Helen  Wood 
William  Francis  Woods,  Jr. 
Edward  Eugene  Young 


In  Home  Economics 


Ellen  Howard  Beard,  with  Honors 
Je.\nne  Rachelle  Bedard,  with  Honors 
Mildred  Ruth  Chapin,  with  Honors 
Esther  Fleeman 


Mildred  Lillian  Henriot 
Sara  Elizabeth  Kiel 
Lillian  L.  Wiczer 
Ada  Maxine  Wyman 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Carl  Willis  Bartling 
Marion  Baumhauer 
Eugenia  Duncan  Boone 


Robert  Cole  Burkey 
Katharine  Edna  Callen 
Harold  Arnold  Christiansen 


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Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ii,  ip34 


William  Barton  Cleland 

Paul  James  Dasher 

Esther  Virginia  Lambert  Fail,  with 

Honors  in  Zoology 
Ruth  Frank 

Howard  Martin  Franklin 
Harry  Lou  Goldberg 
Louis  Ivan  Goldberg 
Paul  Richard  Halmos 
Margaret  Frances  Harper 
Wayne  Cox  Howard 
John  Henry  Hunter 
Eleanore  Helen  Huson 
Wayne  Luther  Jennings 
Russell  Elsmore  Jurgens 
Eugene  Charles  Kennedy 
Elizabeth  Winifred  King 
Maurice  Ray  Laskow 
Marie  Iva  Leonard 
Clarence  Max  McCumber 
George  Gunther  Maltenfort 
Clyde  Harlan  Martin 
Harry  Clayton  May 
Alta  Matilda  Meier 


Berniece  Reynolds  Perisho 

Charles  William  Pflager,  Jr. 

Harold  James  Read 

Stuart  Delmar  Roeder 

Grace  Alice  Seamens 

Georgia  Parker  Searle,  with  Honors 

in  Mathematics 
William  McKinley  Shafer,  with 

Honors  in  Physics 
Theodore  Thomas  Shull 
Olof  Ernest  Stamberg 
William  Charles  Starrett 
Eldon  Harley  Stevenson 
Paul  Snell  Stutsman,  with  Honors 

in  Chemistry 
Jerome  Brice  Swartz 
John  Maurice  Thompson 
Harry  Kay  Thrasher 
Dorothy  Turner 
Warren  Carroll  Van  Male 
ScoTTiE  Jackston  Wilson 
Jerome  Wesley  Wisniewski 
Louis  Anton  Wright 


In  Home  Economics 


Lila  Benjamin 
Doris  Giesecke 


Fredrica  B.  Gordon 


In  Chemistry 


Edward  Austen  Bertram 
Gerald  Tennyson  Borcherdt,  with 

Honors 
Perle  Nelius  Burkard 
Ralph  Arthur  Coburn 
John  Charles  Ewing 
Anton  Fassero 
George  Nathan  Ferguson 
Harvey  Thomas  Gehring 
Albert  John  Gehrt,  with  Honors 
Jack  Norman  Gishwiller 
Gilbert  Earl  Goheen,  with  High  Honors 
Ernest  Frederick  Groth 
Raymond  Philip  Hofferbert 


Frank  George  Jonelis 
Robert  Eastburn  Jordan 
Elroy  J.  Kraetsch 
Alfred  Long 
Francis  Joseph  Meyer 
Lester  August  Nalefski 
Charles  Douglas  Owens 
Marvin  Toussaint  Schmidt 
Charles  William  Tullock,  with 

High  Honors 
Paul  Gilbert  Van  Camp 
John  Presten  Weidner 
John  Lewis  Wood,  with  Honors 
Allyn  Rodger  Wreath 


In  Chemical  Engineering 


William  John  Backoff 
Ralph  Balcher 
Kenneth  Kahn  Bellows 
John  Henry  Bolchert 
Clyde  Norman  Collard 
Carl  Dudley  Cunningham 
Charles  Robert  Dorsett 
John  Robert  Foote 
Melvin  Arthur  Goldberg 
Manuel  Green 
Arthur  Lawrence  Jacoby,  with 

High  Honors 
Marvin  Leroy  Kaufmann 
Glenn  Conrad  Krug,  with  Honors 
Robert  Vincent  Lukes,  with  High 

Honors 


Charles  Martin  Lydy 

Robert  Daniel  May,  Jr. 

Dwight  L.  Miller 

Emil  Oelberg 

John  Harold  Piel 

Irvin  Harold  Rimel 

Norman  Talbert  Robey,  with  High 

Honors 
Otto  Emil  Schlachter 
Ralph  John  Schmitt 
William  John  Simpson 
Kenneth  Marion  Tewel 
Frank  Joseph  Wirken 
William  Wognum,  Jr. 


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Administration 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Accountancy 


William  Charles  Bischoff 

Dorothy  Ilma  Boyd,  with  High  Honors 

Paltl  Elliott  Cameron 

Deane  ]^Ielcher  Coventry 

William  Davitt 

Clarence  Alston  Dawson,  with  High 

Honors 
James  Thomas  Donahue 
Kenneth  Leo  Ettenson 
William  Joseph  Farrell 
Arthur  Theodore  Ferngren 
Herbert  Charles  Froeschle,  with 

Honors 
John  Francis  Gabel 
Eugene  Rowland  Carver 
Cecil  Rawlinson  Groff 
Manuel  Gruber 
James  Hajek 
Wilbur  John  Kallmann 
Edgar  Gene  Harney,  with  Honors 
Leonard  Keith  Hays 
Howard  Albert  Hazleton 
John  Donald  Heimbaugh 
Charles  Roosevelt  Hitchcock 
Fred  William  Huebener 
Philip  Dale  Huff,  with  Honors 
Robert  Lee  Hyde 
Edward  Stanton  Johnson,  with  High 

Honors 
Julius  James  Klingelhofer 
Charles  Walter  Knight 


Bruce  Clinton  Ladd 
John  Arnold  Leline 
Michael  Jack  Lipschultz 
William  Albert  Lorenz 
Charles  Augustus  McDonald 
John  Junior  McKean,  with  High 

Honors 
Elbert  Philip  August  Maus 
Leona  Belle  Meece,  with  Honors 
Elwyn  Eugene  Minard,  with  Honors 
Albert  R.  Musick 
Roy  Elbert  Neathery 
Vivian  Starz  Pape,  with  Honors 
Walter  Ernest  Rahn 
Norman  Jacob  John  Ream 
Charles  Tuxhorn  Richards,  with 

High  Honors 
Leonard  Rosenberg 
Edward  Serpless,  with  Honors 
William  Hamilton  Snider 
Basil  William  Sparks 
William  Eugene  Stevens 
Robert  Wilson  Stewart 
Maurice  Wax 
Allan  Edgar  Weidman 
Harold  A.  Wesebaum,  with  High 

Honors 
Robert  St.  John  Wilton 
Edward  Ditto  Wimp 
Caroline  Zempel 


In  Banking  and  Finance 


Theodore  Henry  Akemann 
Robert  Lawrence  Beall 
Frances  Alwilda  Berger 
William  Robert  Boyer 
Everett  William  Eichelkraut 
William  Howard  Pauling  Emrich  H 
Delbert  Edward  Fiock 
Omar  Emmerson  Hager 
Theodore  Miller  Harding 
Herbert  Goodeve  Hart 
Hltdson  Arnold  Hellmich 
Marvln  George  Herman 
George  Billings  Hewitt 
Frank  Dunbar  Kelly 


John  Franklin  Klepinger 
William  John  Kutsch 
Howard  Kendall  Moore 
William  Frederic  Murray 
Lawrence  Nelson 
Carl  Henry  Olson 
Raymond  James  O'Neill 
Mayer  Rashbaum 
Samuel  Joseph  Scott,  Jr. 
Emmet  J.  Sweeny 
Harry  Carter  Temple,  Jr. 
George  Claus  Van  Gerpen 
Franklin  Jean  Vernon 
Benjamin  Wilson  Weisiger 


In  Commercial  Teaching 


Dorothy  Plain  Birkett,  with  Honors 
Ardell  C,  Jones 
Doris  Anna  Land 


Lewis  Rensselaer  Toll,  as  of  August 
13,  1932 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ii,  ips4 


In  Commerce  and  Law 


Walter  Charles  Borman,  Jr. 
Michael  Heilig  Farrin 
John  Wallace  Frick 
Edwin  Wilmer  Merrick 
Clarence  Jerome  Nelson 


Lester  Kenneth  Olin 
Charles  Elleson  John  Sawyer 
Stephen  Powers  Shoemaker 
John  Nelson  Tegarden 
Wilson  Francis  Walker 


In  Foreign  Commerce 

Evalyn  Maudene  Blough,  with  Fredric  Andrew  Grimm 

Jack  Frederick  Wilson 


Honors 


In  General  Business 


Peter  James  Aimone,  Jr. 
Robert  Louis  Baker 
Russell  Edward  Baker 
Wendell  Francis  Barclay 
Alexander  Batchelor 
William  Ferdon  Bennett 
Fred  Holmes  Bennington 
Ralph  Kaufmann  Berg 
Rolf  John  Berg 
John  M.  Bland 
Francis  Eugene  Bourgoin 
Everett  Gaylord  Bowman 
Nicholas  Peter  Brenner 
Howard  Monroe  Cheney 
Esther  Lynn  Cohen,  with  High 

Honors 
David  Fouts  Cook 
Harry  Alexander  Cooper 
John  Daniels  Courtright 
Henry  William  Dalton 
Howard  Dekker 
John  Caleb  Dewey 
Paul  William  Dianis 
Nola  Dillavou 
Glenn  Walter  Dixon 
Vernece  Amelia  Edlund 
J.  Radford  Ehret 
Audrey  Thomas  Etcheson 
Edwin  I^Iorrison  Finch 
George  Fred  Fredenburg 
Benson  Leonard  Friedman 
William  Edward  Glennon 
Earl  Bruce  Graham 
Robert  Paul  Graham 
George  Elden  Crimson 
Richard  Bartlett  Grometer 
Dunlap  Harrington 
John  Joseph  Hatch,  Jr. 
Melvin  Henry  Hauser 
Edward  John  Hellmich 
Edwin  Horace  Henderson 
Dean  Edgar  Hey 
James  Frederic  Hilgenburg 
Lucille  Hurn 
Jerome  Rubin  Isador 
Edwin  McGregor  Jones 
Henry  S.  Joseph 
Annabel  Frances  Junge 
Eileen  Bernice  Kember 
James  Philip  Kirk 


LeRoy  Edmund  Kruggel 
Oscar  Raymond  Kuehn 
Donald  Edwin  Larson 
William  Leslie  Lavicka 
August  H.  Lehmann 
James  Murray  McKnight 
Roy  Gustavus  McLean 
Philomena  Lois  Marquardt,  with 

Honors 
Max  Waldon  Marshall 
Oscar  Winton  Miller 
Elsie  Irene  Minier 
Durl  Joseph  Mulligan 
Kenneth  Russell  Neely 
Brintnel  Robbins  Newlon,  Jr. 
Lawrence  E.  Nilson,  with  Honors 
Lincoln  Dowell  Norris 
Herman  Robert  Olson 
Victoria  Omietanski 
Leo  Gerald  Palumbo 
Robert  Pollock  Perrin 
Dale  Root  Peterson 
William  Joseph  Pfister 
Madeline  Helen  Purcell 
Mary  Ann  Reifsteck 
Herbert  David  Reinish 
Edward  Eugene  Reynolds 
Donald  Bates  Richards 
Frank  James  Ronchetti 
John  Hayward  Rothgeb 
Carlton  Parker  Russell 
Albert  Folsom  Sanders 
Paul  William  Schrum 
Geneva  Metzler  Seyler 
James  Patterson  Silk 
Floyd  Barton  Simmen 
William  Joseph  Simon 
Clara  Sperling 
Stanley  Stephen  Spyra 
Robert  Bertel  Staley 
Russell  Taylor  Sutherland 
Dorothea  Marian  Swanson 
Wilbur  John  Thompson 
Lance  Charles  Thorson 
Franklin  Edward  Todd 
Gertrude  Faith  Tompkins 
Elmer  Frank  Troch 
Arthur  St.  Clair  Vance 
DuANE  Stewart  Wall 
Carl  John  Walther 


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Ethel  Rosalind  Weaver 
Norman  John  Weber 
Everett  Clarence  Weeks 
Billy  Earvey  Wetzel 
George  Homer  Wilkinson 


William  Herman  Wittman,  with 

Honors 
Thaddeus  Mathew  Zachary 
Ray  Francis  Zuck 


In  Industrial  Administration 


John  Ralph  Covington 
John  Stewart  Cruickshank 
Walter  G.  Danielson 
Everett  Fitzjarrald 
Wayne  Harrison  Folger,  Jr. 
Henry  Kenneth  Fosha 
Howard  August  Kellermann 


Daniel  David  O'Shea 
Howard  Bennett  Scoville 
Laddie  John  Sebek 
Paul  Anderson  Smith 
Robert  Beuford  Snyder 
Robert  James  West 
Albert  Nicker  son  Whitlock 


In  Insurance 
Walter  Charles  Leck 

In  Public  Utilities 
John  Wilbert  Hammer  Ralph  Yakel,  Jr. 

In  Trade  and  Civic  Secretarial  Service 

Geraldine  Esther  David  Malvin  Merl  Hickman 

Earl  Frederic  Herzberg 

In  Accountancy  and  Banking  and  Finance 


Lawrence  Christian  Altmansberger, 

with  Honors  in  Accountancy 
Merle  Harvey  Boren 
Charles  Virgil  Champion,  Jr.,  with 

Honors 
John  Raymond  Cook,  Jr. 
Edmund  George  Dillon 
Franklin  Glasgow  Emrick 
Victor  Rex  Glenn 
George  Albert  Horch,  with  High 

Honors  in  Accountancy  and 

Honors  in  Banking  and  Finance 

In  Accountancy  and  Insurance 

George  John  Heideman,  with  High  Aaron  Robert  Koval 

Honors 


Anthony  Peter  Raymond  Iagmin 

John  Milton  McAfoos 

Walter  Nels  Herbert  Matthias, 

with  Honors 
Rudolph  Myrna 
Elbert  Cameron  Page 
Raymond  Theodore  Ruder 
Leo  Herman  Sams 
Irvin  Harold  Toelle 
Ralph  Elm  Walline 


The  College  of  Engineering 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Agricultural  Engineering 
Harry  Palt.  Bateman,  with  Honors  Willard  Clark  Gillham 

In  Ceramics 
Clifford  Martin  Andrews  Wendell  Paisley  Keith 

Paul  Eugene  Grigg 

In  Ceramic  Engineering 

Frederick  Morris  Armstrong  Louis  Albert  Lange 

Edwin  Palt.  Bolin  Henry  George  Lutter 

Bernard  Seymour  Cohen  Joseph  Adam  Pask,  with  Honors 

Wayne  Herbert  Duvall  Robert  Putnam  Stevens 

Malcolm  Waldemar  Farris  William  Patrick  Ward 


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Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ii,  1934 


In  Civil  Engineering 


Ralph  Edward  Bates 

Frederick  Raymond  Brown 

Russell  Grant  Carlin 

Arthur  Carl  Carlson 

Leslie  Eldridge  Colby 

Melvin  a.  Dobbs 

Ralph  Jerome  Epstein 

James  Fyfe  Fitchie 

Timothy  Bernard  Flattery 

William  Dee  Fooks 

Arthur  Paul  Geuss 

James  Patrick  Hamilton 

Robert  Hickman 

Robert  Francis  Hoffman 

Walter  Joseph  Hoffman 

Gene  Clair  Jackson 

Noureddeen  Abdullah  Kahale 

Vivian  Gregor  Kaufman,  with  Honors 

Joseph  Eugene  Kettle 

Harold  Nelson  Kingsbury 

John  Sherman  Lambright 

Kenneth  Raymond  Leifermann 

Henry  Peter  Lessler 

Henry  Reimer  Linder 

Howard  James  Lowe 

Edgar  John  Jacob  Luetzelschwab, 

with  High  Honors 
Leon  Maslan 


Ralph  William  Mueller,  with  High 

Honors 
Bernard  Michael  Nachman 
Tilford  Andrew  Olson,  with  Honors 
George  Pagels,  Jr.,  with  High  Honors 
Charles  Orville  Reinhardt 
Guy  Benjamin  Righter,  with  High 

Honors 
Herschel  St.  Ledger,  with  Honors 
Edward  Gust  Schultz 
Stewart  McBride  Spalding 
Simon  Harry  Stern 
Herbert  Raymond  Stokes 
Glen  Irvin  Talbott 
Jack  Kalman  Tchernowitz 
Robert  Ernest  Tucker 
Harold  Anthony  Wallace,  with 

Honors 
Kenneth  Earl  Welton 
John  Dale  White 
Elmer  Carlin  Whittaker 
Louis  Wilbert  Wiese,  with  Honors 
Harold  Wright  Williamson 
Theodore  Reginald  Wire 
Eugene  Louis  Wittenborn,  Jr. 
Frank  Ray  Wood 
Frederick  Chacey  Yeaton 


In  Electrical  Engineering 


Maurice  Lee  Alexander 

S.  Sigfred  Anderson 

Sam  J.  Ardolino 

Randall  Keck  Barrow,  with  Honors 

John  Arthur  Bassett 

John  Brocko 

Harold  W.  Burns 

Stephen  Cablk 

Louis  Orville  Carroll 

Fred  Robert  Cooper 

William  Childs  Curtis 

Richard  Anthony  Duff 

Joseph  Franklin  Dunlap,  with  High 

Honors 
Cecil  Edward  Fries 
Payton  Kendall  Fugate 
Robert  Oliver  Fulmer 
Fred  George 
George  Hartwell  Giles 
Jules  Emmable  Gonseth 
John  Gornick 
John  Cyrus  Henry 
Joseph  Holland,  with  High  Honors 
Fred  Drury  Hollenbeck,  Jr. 
Daniel  Leighton  Humm 
Spencer  Edwin  Johnson 
James  Mitchell  Johnston 
Franklin  Chandler  Jones,  Jr. 
Lawerance  Fred  Jones 
Joseph  Kessler 
George  Jenkins  Kiedaisch 
Richard  McLaury  King 


William  Abner  Knight,  with  Honors 

Nobel  Herman  Koertge 

George  Alfred  Kolben 

Frank  John  Kriz 

Irvin  Fredrick  Krughoff 

Paul  Henry  Labus 

George  Henri  LaRoi,  Jr. 

John  Lawrence  Leidenheimer 

Samuel  William  Lichtman 

Byron  Harvey  Lofquist 

Fred  Morton  McCarthy 

Roger  Dean  Martin 

Thomas  Jilson  Martin,  with  Honors 

Chalmer  Robert  Mikle 

Harlan  Elliott  Pfister 

William  Andrew  Ritter 

Albert  Charles  Rubin 

Charles  Keyes  Ruddick,  with  High 

Honors 
Harold  Stanley  Shott,  with  High 

Honors 
James  Welch  Shunick 
Norman  Harry  Siebens 
Jesse  McNeill  Smith 
Robert  Wilbur  Stebbings 
Raymond  Balthasar  Steiner 
Frederic  Edward  Strouf 
Chester  LeRoy  Teach 
Edward  Verbarg 
Raymond  Wilbur  Vonasch 
James  William  Welch,  with  High 

Honors 


The  College  of  Engineering 


21 


In  Engineering  Physics 


Bernard  Fried 

Joel  AIartin  Glass,  with  High  Honors 
WiLLLAM  Wesley  Hudson 
James  David  Kelley,  with  High 
Honors 


Edmund  Gerald  Sperlin 
Frazer  Rice  Turrentine,  with 
Honors 


In  General  Engineering 


David  William  Benbow 
Charles  Clifford  Bloom 
Roy  James  Carver 
William  Pratt  Clark 
Joseph  Marcellus  Fike 
William  Paul  Hoffman 
Harvey  Julius  Kulin 
Heber  Von  Lauer 
Walter  Scott  Lawrence,  Jr. 


Edmund  Adams  Lodge 

Glenn  Richard  Merten 

Roscoe  AIojonnier  Moon 

George  Burkard  Ross 

John  Victor  Shelford,  with  High 

Honors 
Howard  Henry  Herman  Sievers 
Wayne  Goff  Smith 
Robert  Kirk  Stephenson 


In  Mechanical  Engineering 


William  Louis  Ackerman 
Joseph  Michael  Allgaier 
Edward  Roy  Birkicht,  with  Honors 
William  Henry  Borst 
Carlos  Emerson  Bronson,  Jr. 
Lauren  Ray  Burr,  with  Honors 
Chester  Leroy  Butler 
Joseph  Harry  Cannon 
Arthur  Bertil  Carlson 
Thomas  Parker  Dart 
Herbert  Doner  Diffenbaugh 
Edward  Wesley  Ertner 
Gladden  Howard  Esch 
W'alter  Fink 
Allen  Miller  Fish 
Robert  George  Fitchie,  Jr. 
Winnie  Narine  Foster,  with  High 

Honors 
^La.rk  Stephen  Greeley 
William  Henry  Groundwater 
Giles  Perry  Hafer 
Henry  George  Heubach 
Bertram  Wright  Hoare 
William  Francis  Hosford 
Palt,  Heyl  Isenburg 


with 


Walter  Knox 
Gene  Water  Losee 
James  Kimberly  Mosher 
Adelbert  Grant  Mutimer, 

Honors 
Fred  Hallam  Norris,  Jr. 
Emil  George  Oravec 
William  James  Osman 
Merrill  Case  Pendleton 
Philip  John  Potter 
Clarence  Thorvald  Rasmussen 
John  William  Ruff 
William  Henry  Schilling 
Ralph  Wood  Seely 
Charles  Leonard  Silet 
Adolph  Charles  Skortz 
Carl  Gustaf  Alexis  Swanson 
Shirley  Reid  Switzer 
Maxwell  Alexander  Thompson 
Charles  William  Vokac 
George  Quaife  Wallace 
Clarence  William  West 
Herbert  William  Wishart 
Lawrence  Newton  Wylder 
Charles  Potter  Yates 


In  Mining  Engineering 

John  Julius  Strohl 


Leland  Gerald  Hazen 
Carl  Henry  AIuehlemeyer 


In  Railway  Civil  Engineering 
Raymond  Rex  Manion,  with  Honors  John  Faulmann  Schuldt 

In  Railway  Electrical  Engineering 


Jerry  Ludwig  Jedlicka 
James  Edward  JvIcMahon,  Jr. 


Turner  Lee  Miller 
Clarence  Ogden  Webber 


22 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ii,  1934 


The  College  of  Agriculture 
Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Agriculture 


Clarence  Theodore  Albert 

Harvey  William  Anderson 

Byford  Washington  Bain 

Halbert  Blair  Bolin 

Reid  Graham  Boyle,  with  Honors 

Lawerance  Brogdon 

Edward  Wise  Burroughs,  with 

Honors 
Earl  Edward  Cazel 
Eldon  Bedwell  Colegrove,  with 

Honors 
WiLLARD  Jason  Corbett 
Cecil  Evans  Courtright 
Roy  Boyd  Craig 
Carlyle  Walter  Dillavou 
William  James  Donovan 
Charles  Ellsworth  Downey 
Albert  Carl  Edwards 
Homer  Eugene  Edwards 
Benzion  Max  Friedlander 
Philip  Edwin  Gill 
Charles  Wesley  Graham 
Ralph  Elmer  Graham 
Gordon  Gray 
Ralph  Oliver  Gutshall 
Roy  Clarence  Hamman 
Scott  William  Hinners 
Allison  LeRoy  Hixson 
Frederick  Saunders  Hooper,  Jr. 
Eldon  Eugene  Houghton,  with 

Honors 
George  Josh 
Albert  C.  Kamm 


Alfred  Jacob  Kamm 

Roger  Turpin  Kenney 

Jra  George  Kinder 

James  Xenophon  King 

LeRoy  John  Koehler 

Vernon  Otto  Landmeier 

Selmar  Lee  Lehmann 

Ralph  Leighty 

Wilford  Hardy  Luce 

John  Albert  Mathers 

Ivan  Ransom  Miller,  with  Honors 

Timothy  Graham  Miner 

Clinton  Charles  Morgan 

Harold  William  Nolen 

Morris  Evans  Paddick 

Ralph  Batchelder  Peverly 

Charles  Linden  Piatt 

WiLBER  Wayne  Reid 

John  Leonard  Retzer 

Albert  Ernest  Rose 

Eldon  Leroy  Rutherford 

Robert  Armand  Sawyer 

Frederick  Edward  Seyfried 

Richard  Norman  Shade 

Ben  Hubert  Smith,  Jr. 

Carl  Francis  Smith 

Eugene  Newton  Steely,  with  Honors 

Melvin  Roy  Stengel 

Oscar  Eric  .Swanson 

Thomas  Louis  Templeton 

Eugene  Perry  Whiteside,  with 

Honors 
Wesley  Wise,  with  Honors 


In  Floriculture 


Lester  Norman  Eck 
Donald  Kenneth  Eckfeld 
Ralph  Myles  Fisher 
Emerson  Taft  Gerhart 
Donald  Edgar  Krick 


Oscar  J.  B.  Nowlin 
Alfred  Henry  Petschke 
George  David  Pring 
John  Edwin  Simpson 


In  Home  Economics 


Katherine  Anderson 

Frances  Edith  Betka 

Opal  Isalene  Binkley,  with  Honors 

Martha  Ermentrude  Brothers 

Marion  Lee  Burns 

Jeannette  Leona  Cohen,  with  Honors 

Frances  Belle  Fain 

Elizabeth  Judson  Hepburn 

Ruth  Harriett  Hettler 

Mary  Jeanette  Irwin 

Virginia  Catherine  Jauch 

Margaret  Aileen  Johnson,  with 

Honors 
Edna  Marie  Jones 
Ernestine  Barbara  Keller 


Olive  Phelps  Kelley 

I^Iary  Jean  Kelly 

Dorothy  Madeline  McLinn 

Margaret  Edna  Miles 

Ann  Mabel  O'Donnell 

Dorothy  Ewing  Oliver,  with  Honors 

Mary  Elizabeth  Perkins 

Ruth  Elizabeth  Rathert 

Mildred  Maxine  Read 

Harriet  McKinley  Reeser 

Ruth  Eleanor  Rehm 

Kathryn  Marie  Sandmeyer 

Violet  Adele  Webb 

Charlotte  Irene  Wick 

Virginia  Lucille  Wood 


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The  College  of  Law 
Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Laws 

Paul  Frederick  Boyer,  with  Honors  Louis  Albert  AIcLean 

Edward  Warren  Clexdenin  Eugene  Bernard  Maccono 

Rubin  Goodman  Cohn,  with  High  London  George  Middleton 

Honors  Paul  Nicholson 

George  Edmond  Cook  Philip  Hastings  Nye 

Halbert  Otis  Crews,  Jr.  Mary  Elizabeth  Patton 

Augustine  D'Anza  Alfred  Scott  Pfaff 

Lloyd  Stephen  Engert  Frank  Edward  Reicin,  with  High 
Francis  Victor  Flaska,  with  Honors  Honors 

Thomas  William  Gill  Frank  Whipple  Renwick,  Jr. 

^L\LCOLM  J.  GiLLis,  Jr.  William  Marion  Rice,  with  Honors 

Irwin  Aaron  Goodman  Mark  Owen  Roberts 

^NLa.l'rice  Ellsworth  Gosnell  Raymond  Newton  Rooks,  with  Honors 

Edward  William  Halloran  Henry  Byron  Rothenberg 

Charles  Franklyn  Hendrick  Harry  Irving  Rubenstein 

Abe  Lawrence  Hoffman,  with  High  Richard  Benjamin  Seyfarth 

Honors  Pomeroy  Sinnock 

Nelson  Oliver  Howarth,  with  Honors  Kenneth  La  Verne  Telleen 

Milton  Lionel  Kohn  Harold  Minard  Tenney 

David  Stanley  L.aj^der,  with  Honors  William  Elliot  Trude 

Leonard  L.  Levin  Frank  Henry  Walker 

George  William  Loveless  Joseph  Elbert  West 

W^iLLiAM  John  MacKenzie  Edward  Earl  Wyatt 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Law 

Richard  Barber  Ainsworth,  with  George  Arthur  Fruit,  with  Honors 

Honors  John  Matthew  AIoelmann 

Charles  Lyman  Emrich,  Jr.,  with 
Honors 


The  Library  School 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Library  Science 

Constance  Karin  Ahlin,  A.B.,  University  of  Colorado,  1933,  with  Honors 
Margaret  Stevens  Akeroyd,  A.B.,  University  of  Texas,  1933,  with  Honors 
Josephine  Louise  Barry,  B.S.,  Kansas  State  College  of  Agriculture  and  Applied 

Science,   1931,  with  High  Honors 
Ruth  Beedle,  B.S.,  1929 

Martha  Sylvania  Bond,  A.B.,  University  of  Arkansas,  1933,  with  Honors 
Blanche  Virginia  Briggs,  A.B.,  Central  College,  1933 
Esther  Eloise  Chesire,  A.B.,  State  University  of  Iowa,  1928 
Henry  Edmunds  Coleman,  A.B.,  Centre  College,  1931 ;  A.M.,  University  of 

North  Carolina,  1933,  with  High  Honors 
Bertha  Hill  Cooley,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1927,  1931,  with  Honors 
Dorothy  Baker  Dorsey,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Missouri,  1924,  1927,  with 

Honors 
Britomarte  Eastin,  A.B.,  MacMurray  College  for  Women,  1933 
Mary  Elliott  Evans,  A.B.,  Ouachita  College,  1925,  with  High  Honors 
Dorothy  Dee  Fannon,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1932 

Sarah  Elizabeth  Findly,  A.B.,  Drake  University,  1929,  with  High  Honors 
.Almelyne  Cora  Flint,  A.B.,  Augustana  College,  1933 
Emilouise  Gerhard,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1929 
Mae  Inez  Graham,  A.B.,  North  Carolina  College  for  Women,  1925,  with 

Honors 


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Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ii,  ip34 


Lessie  Louise  Graves,  A.B.,  West  Virginia  State  College,  1930 

Sara  Elizabeth  Gress,  A.B.,  1930 

Jennie  Vivian  Hedgcock,  A.B.,  New  Mexico  Normal  University,  1931 

Francis  James  Hennessy,  A.B.,  Northwestern  University,  1933,  with  Honors 

Mary  Elizabeth  Hinkley,  A.B.,  Drury  College,  1932,  with  High  Honors 

Marian  Frances  Housh,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1933 

Helen  Elizabeth  Inness,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1933 

Dorothy  Esther  Johnson,  B.S.,  1933,  with  Honors 

LuciLE  Elizabeth  Lucas,  A.B.,  The  College  of  the  Ozarks,  1933 

AIabel  Rosalie  McColgin,  A.B.,  Western  College  for  Women,  1922,  with 

Honors 
Catherine  McIver,  A.B.,  The  Woman's  College  of  the  University  of  North 

Carolina,  1933 
Priscilla  Kathryn  Morrow,  A.B.,  University  of  North  Dakota,  1933 
Inga  Louise  Nelson,  A.B.,  University  of  South  Dakota,  1930 
Alpa  Ruth  Phillips,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Tennessee,  1928,  1930,  with 

High  Honors 
Jennie  Elizabeth  Polley,  B.S.,  Ohio  UniversitJ^  1923,  v.ith  High  Honors 
Elizabeth  Wells  Sanderson,  A.B.,  Western  College  for  Women,  1932 
Ruth  Louise  Schweickart,  B.S.,  Miami  University,  1933,  with  Honors 
Elizabeth  Kathryn  Shoenberger,  A.B.,  College  of  Mount  St.  Joseph-on-the- 

Ohio,  1933 
Sister  Mary  Ada  Weirick,  A.B.,  DePaul  University,  1929 
Sister  Mary  Elvira  Bredel,  A.B.,  DePaul  University,  1929 
Dorothy  Staley,  A.B.,  West  Texas  State  Teachers  College,  1932 
Edward  Barrett  Stanford,  A.B.,  Dartmouth  College,  1932,  with  High  Honors 
Katheryn  Suckow,  A.B.,  Franklin  College,  1933 
JuANiTA  Walker,  A.B.,  State  University  of  Iowa,  1929 
Marian  Pearl  Watts,  A.B.,  University  of  Oregon,  1921 
Margaret  Windsor,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1924,  1925,  with  High  Honors 
Elinor  Lee  Worthington,  A.B.,   Oberlin  College,   1924;   A.M.,   University  of 

Chicago,  1930 
Kathryn  Bernice  Wright,  A.B.,  Manchester  College,  1932 
Wayne  Stewart  Yenawine,  B.S.,  Washington  University,  1933,  with  Honors 
Hortense  Houston  Young,  A.B.,  Fisk  University,  1924 


The  College  of  Education 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Education 


Mary  Elizabeth  Abernathy 
Harlow  Whiting  Ades 
Edward  Gordon  Allen 
Omar  Lee  Allman 

WiLLMER   OlOF  AlSTROM 

Wilbur  Hilding  Anderson 

Ward  Elwood  Ankrum 

Oliver  Donald  Barron 

Edna  Helen  Bear 

Gail  Helen  Beasley 

Margaret  Louise  Beckman 

Alice  Margaret  Bell 

Claribel  Patterson  Blanchard,  with 

Honors  in  Geography 
Robert  J.  Bloom 
Arthur  Godfrey  Bodkin 
Beth  Marvine  Bohlen 
Lois  May  Boyer 
Rowena  Gwen  Briscoe 
GoLDiE  Brodsky 


Oscar  Leonard  Brothman 
Rosemary  Lois  Brown 
Wendelle  Mariane  Browne 
Augusta  Esther  Bucaletti 
Ernest  Frederick  Budde 
Weyman  Randolph  Burns 
Edward  Francis  Cardwell 
Frank  Charles  Carek 
Robert  Carl  Carroll 
Paul  Herbert  Carson 
Jacinto  Ebreo  Cathagan 
Orrin  Preston  Catlin 
Alice  May  Clark 
Gracye  Parks  Coile 
Augusta  Irene  Corzine 
Sadie  Alberta  Grain 
Zelma  Virginia  Cunningham 
Vincent  James  Curran 
James  Frederick  Current 
Ruth  Jean  Curtis 


The  College  of  Education 


25 


Kelex  Xovy  Danda 
Charles  Franklin  Dayton 
Edward  Nicholas  DeLaney 
INIary  Mildred  Delich 
Herbert  Lewis  Dershem 
Harry  Louis  Dickinson 
Eleanor  Alice  Dix 
Paul  Ryde  Dixon 
Edgar  Harmon  Dugan 
Gwendolyn  Vera  Dunbar 
Eleanor  Je.\n  Duncan- 
Howard  Clifford  Eccles 
Ruth  Elaine  English 
Donald  Marshall  Esworthy 
Eleanor  Evans 
^La.rion  Violet  Evertz 
Tan"e  Fauntz 
Fred  Fencl 
Hugo  Charles  Fenske 
Seth  Arthur  Fessenden 
Mary  Teresa  Flannigan 
Lottie  Rose  Jones  Fletcher 
Aurelio  Eugene  Florio 
Gertrude  Elizabeth  Ford,  with 

Honors  in  Mathematics 
Katharine  Elizabeth  Foster 
Lloyd  Francis  Fox 
}iL\RiE  Dorothy  Frank 
Edward  Joseph  Freehill 
Fred  Ferdinand  Frink 
Raymond  John  Froehlich 
Gertrude  June  Gale 
Florence  Louise  Gerteis 
George  Thomas  Gibson 
Alice  Anne  Gill,  with  Honors  in 

Spanish 
Alberta  Claire  Glaser 
Ruth  Lane  Gohn 
Robert  Arthur  Gopel 
Herbert  Daniel  Gou'ld 
Franklin  Henry  Graf 
}iL\ry  Barbara  Granger 
Nathan  Stanley  Greenberg 
Catherine  Elizabeth  Gregory,  with 

Honors  in  English 
Louis  Edwin  Hagstrom 
Ernest  Melvin  Hall,  with  Honors  in 

History 
Floyd  Greer  Harms 
Edwin  Richard  Hayes 
Elizabeth  Viola  Hayes 
Doris  Virginia  Hearn 
Ida  Heller 

Catherine  Adaline  Henderson 
Ausby  Elmore  Hendy 
Thomas  John  Henley 
Roy  Gilbert  Hess 
Frank  Eugene  Hewitt 
Norm.\n  William  Hines 
Charles  Jefferson  Hinger 
Mildred  Aileen  Hodgen 
Thomas  Alexander  Hood 
Frances  Merle  Horner 
^L\RY  Marjorie  Hounsley 


Ruth  Frances  Huckett 

Claude  Otis  Hulick 

Clifton  Fay  Hyink 

Kathleen  Charlotte  Iler 

Laurel  Nicholas  Jackson 

Robert  Virgil  Jackson 

Mary  Frances  James 

Barbara  Ann  Johnson 

Jeannette  Christine  Keiser 

WiLMA  Haeger  Kendrick 

Virginia  Helen  Knight 

John  William  Laurent 

Ethel  Opal  Lawrence 

Hedvic  Lenc 

Gertrude  Anne  Leverenz 

Gertrude  Levite 

Carol  Toby  Levy 

Julia  Elaine  Lewis,  with  Honors  in 

French 
Maxine  Frances  Lewy 
Robert  Gust  Lindeborg 
Dorothy  Ingara  Lindenmeyer 
Elizabeth  Franklin  Loeffler 
June  Katharine  Lowman 
Ethel  Jones  Luce,  with  Honors  in 

Geography 
Edythe  Ellen  Lund 
Vivian  Brent  McCall 
Dorothy  Frances  McCole 
Sara  Elizabeth  McDonald 
Margaret  Louise  McGrady 
LaJune  Frances  McIntire 
Anthony  Joseph  Maffia 
Alma  Magnusson 
Olga  Leonora  Maloni 
Victor  Mann 
Bernard  Charles  Marklein,  with 

Honors  in  Chemistry 
Anne  Marie  Maroney 
Margery  Ruth  Mathis 
Benjamin  Hall  Melamerson 
Max  Kalman  Meyer 
Evelyn  Barrett  Middleton 
Agnes  Isabel  Milligan 
Mary  Anne  Minear 
Luther  Selkirk  Minor 
Robert  Stanley  Minsker 
Stuart  Elmer  Moll 
Libero  Monachesi 
William  Howard  Morrison 
Oliver  Wendell  Motter 
Leo  Francis  Mucha 
Herbert  Quentin  Mudge 
Donna  Elizabeth  Neuman 
Byron  Louis  Nevilier 
Lillian  Willetta  Nielsen 
Shirley  Elizabeth  Nielsen 
Floyd  Ross  Offenbacker 
Marjorie  Ardes  Olsen 
Mildred  Adrienne  Olsen 
Violet  Alvy  O'Malley 
Dick  Albert  O'Neill 
Anne  Virginia  Panieri 
Mary  Eloise  Pennell 


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Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ii,  1934 


Suzanne  Pfeiffer 

Ellis  Edward  Pohlmann 

Dorothy  Marie  Poirot 

Donald  James  Polk 

William  Didcott  Posegate 

Edward  Walter  Pride 

Louise  Anna  Pride 

Agnes  Ann"e  Psik 

Stanley  Woodbury  Rasmussen 

Benjamin  Sydney  Rauworth 

Stanley  Nathan  Reinheimer 

John  Newton  Renard 

Earl  Henry  Roller 

Anna  Theresa  Rosner 

Marie  Margaret  Rowley 

William  Hunter  Russell 

Francis  Wilbur  Samuelson 

Elsie  Louise  Schaefer 

Jacob  Frank  Schindlbeck 

Seldon  Tandy  Schnur 

Ivan  Donald  Schuster 

Robert  Draper  Schutt 

Olga  Henrietta  Senne 

Stanley  Joseph  Siemiantkowski 

Jeannette  Mildred  Shepherdson 

Mildred  Louise  Skinner,  with  Honors 

in  Education 
Leland  Prather  Smith 
Edwin  Russell  Snavely 
Virginia  May  Solomon 
Virginia  Leota  Spangler 
Helen  Florence  Steele 
Dorothy  Agnes  Stiegman,  with 

Honors  in  Mathematics 
Catherine  Marguerite  Stokus 


Sarah  Elizabeth  Strader 

Thomas  Casey  Straw 

Alfred  Walter  Strzepek 

Mary  Margaret  Summers 

Eloise  Elizabeth  Swanson 

Earl  Eugene  Swartzlander 

Lellia  Fern  Swearingen 

Angeline  Marie  Tarry 

Alva  Glen  Taylor 

Dorothy  Marie  Temte 

Virginia  Ann  Trent 

Vivian  Margaret  Villiger 

Cecil  Earl  Vogelaar 

Herman  John  Walser 

Frances  Allene  Wamsley 

Helen  Irene  Ward 

Charlotte  Emma  Warren 

Kathleen  Virginia  Weightman 

Audrey  Zita  Wendland,  with  Honors 

in  Spanish 
Bernice  Katheryn  Wheatley 
Edna  Blanche  Wheeler,  with  Honors 

in  Latin 
Jane  Rose  Whitley 
Chester  Stanley  Wiencek 
LocKwooD  Elon  Wiley 
Frank  Chaffin  Willis 
Mary  Luretha  Wilmoth 
lucile  quade  winsor 
Tommy  Gerald  Wright 
Floyd  Ernest  Wrobke 
Vivian  Estella  Yeager 
Scott  Bennett  York 
AIartin  Jacob  Zeiter 


In  Home  Economics  Education 


Dorothy  Sophie  Andermann 
Margaret  Elizabeth  Baum 
Addie  Painter  Ender 
Virginia  Johnston 
Rose  Estelle  La  Bond 


Vera  Marguerite  Seiler 
Helen  Margaret  Waldorf 
Louise  Rose  Zerweck,  with  Honors  in 
Home  Economics 


In  Industrial  Education 


Joseph  Abe  Belitsky 
Edwin  William  Best 


Wilbur  Marsh  Fredrick 
Kenith  Elliott  Slocum 


The  School  of  Journalism 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


Dorothy  Ann  Bartusch 
Blanche  Bell 
Florence  Julia  Boe 
Mary  Louise  Bowen 


In  Journalism 

John  William  Branta 
Janet  May  Campbell 
Fred  Andrew  Clark 
Leonard  Evans  Clark 


The  College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts 


2,7 


Robert  John  Craner 
William  Linn  Day 
Eleanor  Adelaide  Dunteman 
Orrell  De.\n  Dyer 
Josephine  Eovaldi 
Morris  Meyer  Field 
Charles  Everette  Flynn,  with 

Honors 
Russell  B.  Geist 
Ellington  Douglas  Golden 
Marjorie  Denby  Gore 
Joe  Dan  Grant 
Jeanette  Luise  Gross 
Lucy  Elisabeth  Harwi 
Edith  Heinzelman 
Ruth  Evelyn  Hodsdon,  with  Honors 
Lyle  Edward  Hoffman 
Alfred  L.  Hollender 
John  Haggart  Howk 
Lillian  Beatrice  Jaeger 
IR\^NG  Granwill  Jensen 
Ruby  Kathryn  Jones,  with  Honors 
Lawrence  Wesley  Kanaga 


Vera  Rose  Kriz 

Paul  Clarence  McMichael 

Julia  Orendorff  Macpherson 

Jane  Eunice  Mark,  with  High  Honors 

Gordon  Meade  Marshall,  Jr. 

Louis  Milliner 

G.  Vincent  Naber 

Elizabeth  Gretchen  Nardine,  with 

Honors 
Charles  Joseph  Off 
Marion  Elizabeth  Pedersen,  with 

Honors 
Barbara  Frances  Rice 
AsHER  Melville  Richmond 
Richard  Lee  Roth 
William  Giehl  Ryan 
Ellen  Lois  Ryniker,  with  High 

Honors 
Betty  Stuart  Smith,  with  Honors 
Pauline  Winifred  Stone 
Mary  Isobel  Stumpf 
John  Dysart  Tedford 
Alfred  Maurice  Utt 


The  College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Architectural  Engineering 


Kenneth  Akin 

Da\^d  Richard  Cervin,  with  Honors 

Stephen  John  Collins 

Laurence  Bainbridge  Hotchkiss 

Howard  M.  Iber 

Samuel  Otho  Jones 

Cass  Arnold  Lamb,  Jr. 


Pierce  J.  Manley 
George  Colonel  Metz 
IMorton  Austin  Newcomb 
Edward  Earl  Simmons 
Alwin  Edward  Wanderer 
Frederick  Elmer  Zimmermann 


In  Architecture 


William  Everette  Armantrout 
George  Emil  Bader 
Earl  Ralph  Benedict,  Jr. 
Janice  Elizabeth  Conard 

WlLUAM  CORBETT 

John  William  Davis 
Cecil  Ray  Drake 
Edward  Gordon  Glasser 
Arturo  E.  Gonzalez 
Kenwood  Smith  Hauter 
George  Robert  Johnson 
Hilding  N.  Johnson 
John  Franklin  Kausal 
Harris  Atteridge  Kemp 
William  Edward  Kittle 


Albert  William  Kirschenbaum 
Bernard  Bertram  Krauss 
Charles  Edward  McBurney,  Jr. 
William  Francis  Newkirk,  with 

Honors 
LeRoy  Robert  Oman 
Herbert  Walter  Peters 
Arthur  Emil  Rigolo,  with  High 

Honors 
Ivan  A.  Sarkiss 
Joseph  Philip  Schierer 
"David  Lee  Soltker 
James  McClure  Turner 
Charles  Victor  Ulfeldt 
Joseph  Anthony  Vedra 


28 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ii,  1934 


In  Public  School  Music 


LoRAiNE  John  Bert,  with  Honors 
Letha  Ma-e  Cummins 
Ambrose  Elliott,  Jr. 
Alma  Helene  Frese 
Evelyn  Virginia  Gohn 
Claude  Otis  Hulick 


Catherine  Harriet  McCord 
Esther  Virginia  Medley 
Irene  Oehmke 
Wesley  Leon  Reeder 
Alden  Hardy  Trickey 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Music 


Melvin  Lester  Balliett 

Loraine  John  Bert,  with  High  Honors 

Helen  Marie  Bucher,  with  High 

Honors 
William  Francis  Moon 


Eileen  Alverda  Jasper,  with  Honors 
John  Stanford  Schwengel 
Orlena  Lois  Stevenson 
Samuel  Miller  Trickey 
Florence  Virginia  Wilson 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Fine  Arts 
In  Landscape  Architecture 


Randall  Ridgley  Evans 

Max  Golden  Fuller 

Weldon  Wesley  Gratton 

Howard  Warner  Gregg 

John  Storey  Kendrick,  with  Honors 


Mary  Virginia  Mills,  with  High 

Honors 
Clifford  George  Petrie,  with  Honors 
Nelva  Margaret  Weber,  with  High 

Honors 


In  Landscape  Architecture,  City  Planning  Option 
Richard  George  Redell 

In  Painting 


Olive  Miriam  Buchholz,  with  High 

Honors 
Helen  Iris  Chamberlain 


Margaret  Letitia  Earnest 

Lynn  Edward  Pierce,  with  Honors 


The  School  of  Physical  Education 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Physical  Education 


David  Eugene  Adams 
Robert  James  Aldrich 
Evelyn  Elizabeth  Bachmann 
Verla  Rae  Bennett 
Mary  Oliver  Black 
Janet  Marcia  Bond 
Janet  Alford  Brown 
Dorothy  Mae  Cruise 
Beulah  Albertina  Green 
Dorothy  May  Hautau 
William  August  Hedtke 
Mildred  Jeannette  Kadyk 
Barbara  Kerch 
Floyd  Worman  Kerr 


Eda  Kosel 

John  Fredrick  Lindsey 

James  A.  Long 

WiLMA  May  Johnson  Louden 

Thomas  Patrick  Lynch 

Matthew  Lawrence  McBride 

Albert  Masek 

Doris  Alberta  Meneely 

Bernard  Joseph  Morgan 

Roger  Winfield  Morse 

Daisy  Violet  Nejdl 

Elizabeth  Webber  Shelly 

ZiTA  Helen  Spradling 

Louise  Worley,  with  Honors 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago 
June  8,  1934 

The  College  of  Medicine 
The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Medicine 


George  Harold  Ashline 

Milton  C.  Baumann 

Charles  Edward  Brown 

Samuel  Burack 

Joseph  Peter  Cascino 

John  Goolsby  Cecil 

Ralph  Chapman 

Chester  Coggeshall 

H.  Ellsworth  Dorton,  with  Honors 

Irving  Favus 

Leona  R.  Fordon 

Eugene  Warren  Gessler 

Alfred  Josef  Goldstein 

Orville  E.  Gordon 

Morris  Greenberg 

Jack  W.  Grossman 

Samuel  A.  Gunn 

John  O.  Hanson 

George  Melvin  Harms 

John  A.  Havlicek 

Paul  Herzog 

Allan  B.  Hirschtick 

F.  Marion  Jacks 

Natalia  J.  Janicki 

John  Stuart  Kapernick 

Henry  Kaplan 

Selig  Joel  Kavka 

John  W.  Keyes 

Alfred  J.  Klein 

William  Philip  Kleitsch 

Alfred  John  Kreft 

Joseph  Arthur  Kwint 

Herman  Boris  Lander,  with  Honors 

Gilbert  G.  Lapid 


Fred  Hunter  Lawrence 

Edwin  H.  Lawson 

Arthur  B.  Levan,  with  Honors 

Louis  Levin 

Milton  J.  Levisohn 

Roland  M.  Levisohn 

Samuel  Liebman 

Sol  Ludmerer 

Irwin  H.  AIakovsky 

Samuel  Marcus 

Lloyd  L.  Matzkin 

Simon  J.  Maydet 

Ira  Morrison 

Mitchell  Joseph  Nechtow 

Everett  J.  Olenick,  with  Honors 

George  Vernon  Potter 

Oliver  Vernon  Renaud 

Preston  Walker  Sawyer 

Samuel  L.  Schreiber 

John  Chapell  Scully 

Arthur  Louis  Shapiro 

Adam  Slaw 

Hyman  Sydney  Steinberg 

Isadore  Turetsky 

Samuel  J.  Turner 

Hymen  L.  Udesky 

Chester  Wade 

Milan  Michael  Wasick 

Joseph  Yanowitz 

Francis  Joseph  Young 

Tommy  Richard  Young 

Sidney  E.  Ziffren 

Raymond  Dumont  Zimont 


The  Certificate  in  Medicine 


Joel  E.  Adams 

George  Henry  Agate,  B.S. 

Elmer  Arnold  Albers,  B.S. 

Edward  Ragner  Anderson,  B.S. 

Jltius  Aronow,  B.S. 

Abraham  Aronson,  B.S. 

Edwin  Francis  Baker 

Norman  Lltjlow  Baker,  B.S. 

Eli  Bard,  B.S. 

George  W'illiam  Itzweire  Bard,  B.S. 

Edward  Stuart  Baxter,  B.S. 

Alfred  Paul  Bay,  B.S. 

Palt.  Lincoln  Bedinger,  A.B.,  B.S. 


Myron  Clyde  Benford,  B.S. 
Marie  Katherine  Bepko,  B.S. 
Max  Berg,  B.S. 
Irving  Berger 

Maxwell  Robert  Bernstein,  B.S. 
Charles  Arthur  Billings,  A.B. 
Melvin  Frank  Otto  Blaurock,  B.S. 
Edward  Vincent  Boarini,  Ph.C. 
Willis  Jlt-ian  Bogue,  B.S. 
Edward  J.  Bomze,  B.S. 
Meyer  Brodkin,  B.S. 
Charles  Edward  Brown 
David  Joseph  Brown,  B.S. 


30 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago  June  8,  1934 


Earl  Clifford  Bucher,  A.B.,  B.S. 
George  Hickman  Burkhart 
Herschel  Smith  Burns,  A.B.,  M.S. 
Richard  Thomas  Calosio,  B.S. 
Robert  Ralph  Citron,  B.S. 
William  A.  Clarke 
Morton  Irving  Cohen 
Sidney  Sol  Cohen,  B.S. 
Arthur  Edwin  Cooper 
Robert  Paul  Coseglia,  B.S. 
Harry  Myer  Crystal,  B.S. 
Frank  Benson  Deardorf,  B.S. 
Harry  Carrol  DeBourcy,  A.B. 
Edward  E.  DeLong 
Lucius  Matlock  Dillman,  B.S.,  M.S. 
Benjamin  Burt  Elster,  B.S. 
Harold  Samuel  Feinhandler,  B.S., 

with  Honors 
Marshall  Louis  Fisher,  B.S. 
Morris  E.  Fox 
Vincent  Freda,  B.S. 
John  Joseph  Freeman,  B.S. 
Leon  Thomas  Fruin,  B.S. 
WiLLARD  Wilson  Fltllerton,  A.B., 

B.S. 
AvisoN  Gano 
William  Gernon,  B.S. 
Robert  Wagner  Glenn 
Hyman  Harry  Goldstein,  B.S. 
Hyman  Samson  Gordon,  B.S. 
Frank  Green 

Henry  Arthur  Grennan,  B.S. 
Joseph  Goddard  Gustafson,  B.S. 
Laurie  John  Hakala 
Henry  Russell  Hall,  B.S. 
Henry  Arnold  Hanelin 
Jesse  Freeland  Harrold 
Kyle  C.  Hawkins,  B.S. 
Noel  John  Hershey,  A.B.,  B.S. 
Clarence  P.  Holoffe,  B.S. 
Theodore  Holstein,  B.S. 
Louis  Alois  Holub,  B.S. 
John  Francis  Huffman,  B.S. 
Jerome  Jacob  Hurwich,  B.S.,  M.S. 
Maurice  Bernard  Jacobs,  B.S. 
Herman  Roy  Johnson 
Titus  Maurice  Johnson,  A.B.,  B.S., 

M.S. 
Harold   Kahn,  B.S. 
Seymour  Pass  Kaiz 
Benjamin  Kaplan 
AIaurice  Kaplan,  B.S. 
Charles  Grovenor  Keigwin,  B.S. 
David  Kleiman,  B.S. 
John  Louis  Koza 
Robert  Eugene  Kraft,  B.S. 
Irving  Krakower,  B.S. 


Frank  Henry  Kuczewski 

Mitchell  Edward  Langner 

Morey  Lapin,  A.B.,  B.S. 

Irving  Harold  Lederman,  B.S. 

Carl  James  Lehwald,  B.S. 

Robert  George  Lemon,  B.S. 

Milton  Levin,  B.S. 

William  Forrester  Maley,  A.B.,  B.S. 

Robert  Glenn  Marshall,  B.S. 

Robert  Edgar  Martin 

John  Haley  Mathis,  B.S. 

Harold  Meisenheimer 

Wilber  June  Menke,  Jr.,  A.B.,  B.S. 

Walter  Ulysses  Miller,  A.B. 

William  Dean  Mohlenbrock 

IvA  Glene  Murphy,  A.B.,  with  Honors 

Mitchell  Joseph  Nechtow 

Thomas  Finn  Nelson,  B.S. 

Harry  Nierenberg,  B.S. 

Paul  James  O'Brien,  B.S. 

William  Frederick  Oehler 

Henry  Bernard  Okner,  B.S. 

James  Emmett  O'Malley,  B.S.,  M.S. 

Forest  Caleb  Parker 

Ben  Pass 

Alfred  Lionel  Riser,  B.S. 

Irving  Bernard  Richter,  B.S. 

I.  Bert  Rightman 

Brockway  Roberts,  B.S. 

David  Rosenbloom,  B.S. 

Henry  Carl  Rosenstiel,  B.S. 

John  Bernard  Roth,  B.S. 

Charles  Francis  Row,  B.S. 

Reuben  Rubisoff,  B.S. 

Milton  Morris  Scheffler,  B.S. 

Joseph  G.  Schoolman,  A.B. 

Harry  Schultz,  B.S. 

Harry  Robert  Schwartz,  B.S.,  with 

Honors 
John  Chapell  Scully, 
Robert  Mayr  Shagam,  B.S. 
Harold  Louis  Shinall,  B.S. 
Martha  Frances  Simon 
Albert  H.  Slepyan,  B.S. 
Anton  Smerz,  B.S.,  with  Honors 
Clyde  Oral  Thomas 
Philip  Gordon  Thomsen 
Alex  Sol  Tulsky,  B.S.,  with  Honors 
Leonard  Wachs,  B.S. 
David  Victor  Wachsman,  Jr. 
Julius  Weinberg 
Edward  H.  Weis 
Robert  E.  Widerborg 
John  Paul  Winn,  B.S. 
Carlton  Emil  Witenberg,  B.S. 
Warren  William  Young 
Walter  Jacob  Zeiter,  B.S. 


The  College  of  Pharmacy 


31 


The  College  of  Dentistry 
The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Dentistry 


David  Berman 

Julius  Berman 

Frank  Donald  Bernard 

Jacob  Cohen,  with  Honors 

Robert  Dane  Curtis,  with  Honors 

Morris  Irwin  Deutsch 

Jack  Ehrlich 

Beopa  John  Frey 

Faith  Gwendolyn  Foster 

Anthony  Luke  Gessay 


Philip  Tobe  Goldberg 
Craig  James  Grether 
Dewey  DeWitt  Jackson 
Anthony  Louis  Peters 
Benjamin  Bernard  Shapiro 
Kenneth  Palmer  Sharpe 
Simpson  Tannenbaum 
Israel  S.  Wagman 
Philip  Allan  Weinstein 


The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Dental  Surgery 


Chester  Frederick  Anderson,  B.S. 

Milton  Field  Anker,  B.S. 

Luis  Roberto  Barroso 

Max  Louis  Belgrade,  B.S. 

Frank  Charles  Besic 

Sophie  Katherine  Blaszczenski 

Ben  Bernard  Block,  B.S. 

Irving  Burlakoff,  B.S. 

Herman  Howard  Crystal,  B.S. 

^loRRis  Irwin  Deutsch 

Jacob  Martin  Goldstein,  B.S. 


Harry  George  Greene,  B.S. 

Adolph  Klein,  B.S. 

Roger  Raymond  Klein,  B.S. 

David  Solomon  Kleinberg,  B.S. 

Frank  Joseph  Kos,  B.S. 

Murray  Miltz,  B.S. 

Jenner  Perry  Sayler 

Lisbon  Herman  Schmeiske,  B.S. 

Myron  Hale  Shaner,  B.S. 

King  Emmett  Winston 

Milton  Melvin  Wolfe 


The  College  of  Pharmacy 
The  Degree  of  Pharmaceutical  Chemist 


Irving  Adler 

Christopher  Hollie  Aiken 
Clement  Frederick  Albrecht 
Leland   Burdette   Alderson 
GusTAV  Leon  Anderson 
Robert  Louis  Andro 
Miriam  Axelrod 
Joseph  Azukas 
Stanley  George  Balchunas 
Edward  Benes 
William  Julian  Bilek 
Joseph  Walter  Borek 
Wallace  McNamee  Bruso 
Frank  William  Can'edy 
Paul  John  Cartwright 
George  Norbert  Cervak 
Anastasia  Champagne 
Arthur  Rubin  Chernoff 
Arnold  Carl  Emil  Christensen 
Thaddeus  James  Chrzanowski 
John  Joseph  Cihon 
Arnold  Manville  Cohn 


John  Wesley  Coonrad 

Neil  Curry 

Harry  William  Dalburg 

Victor  Lee  Davis 

Martin  Miller  deLong 

Edward  H.  Divine 

Aaron  Dorevitch 

Royal  S.  Dudley 

Ben  Efrussy,  with  Honors 

Harry  Feldman 

Daniel  Fishman 

Harry  Philip  Frank 

Harold  George  Freyermuth 

Edward  Daniel  Gajewski 

Harry  Gandell 

Ernest  J.  Gerber 

Arthur  Paul  Glowczewski 

Isaac  Alexander  Goldenberg 

Nathan  Goldenberg 

Joseph  Green  spoon 

Harold  Paul  Hagemeyer 


32 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago  June  8,  1934 


William  Frederick  Hahn 

John  Daniel  Harris 

Florence  Marie  Hatter 

WiLLARD  Franklin  Heddles 

Irving  Heinrich 

Samuel  David  Himelfarb 

Marvel  LeRoy  Holstin 

Delbert  Louis  Hook 

Herman  Giles  Hopson 

William  Lincoln  Hubbell 

Nicholas  Joseph  Hulcziy 

Andrew  Vincent  Indovina 

Russell  Low^ell  James 

Walter  Albert  Jasien 

David  Joseph 

George  Albert  Jundt 

Joseph  Paul  Kalasinski 

Louis  Kanter 

Leon  Kaplan 

Harry  Irwin  Kaufman 

Forrest  Marvin  Klick 

Robert  L.  Kniss 

Frank  Joseph  Korinek 

Ervin  Frank  Kowalski 

Alex  Kritzman 

Irwin  Lustgarten  Krohn 

Wilbur  Joseph  Kuhn 

Robert  Francis  Kunke 

Milton  M.  Kurkov 

Henry  Julian  Kutza 

Alden  George  Laufer 

Robert  L.  Leach 

Albert  Lewis 

Evan  Robert  Lewis 

Sam  H.  Linetzky 

Howard  Arthur  Lowy 

Paul  C.  Lundholm 

Clifford  H.  McDaniel 

Eugene  Joseph  McFadden 

Lee  Lester  Marcus 

I.  Irwin  Millard 

Eleanor  Dorothy  Mioduszewski,  with 

Honors 
William  Douglas  Morgan 
Anthony  Carl  Mosteika 
Anthony  Jacob  Mueller 
Fred  Thomas  Mukensnable 
Frank  Joseph  Muno 


Irving  Roussel  Naviaux 

Mitchell  Nieman 

Aloysius  John  Niezgodzki 

Mathias  Joseph  Oehlberg 

Richard  John  Ostry 

LaFayette  Parrish,  Jr.,  with  Honors 

Louis  Picker 

Irving  Plot  kin 

Lucille  Potuto 

Thomas  A.  Reed,  with  Honors 

Nadejda  Remenchik 

Gerald  William  Render 

Louis  Reznick 

Frederick  M.  Ritterbusch 

Roderick  M.  Robertson 

Norman  Rochell 

David  R.  Rosenfeld 

William  Clinton  Ross 

Raymond  F.  Ruemmler 

Carl  A.  Sand 

Murray  Matt  Scharf 

June  Schiff 

Hyman  Schwartz 

John  Seremak 

Roy  Edward  Seyffert 

V.  Reed  Shaw 

Harry  Rohde  Sheagren 

Carl  Jay  Shulman 

George  Frank  Sima 

Sister  Anne  Gallagher 

Louis  Frank  Sladky 

Rafael  Umberto  Spiteri 

Adolph  E.  Stein 

Frederick  Donald  Strout 

George  Edward  Thornton 

Stanley  Joseph  Toporek 

Otto  Trejbal 

Anthony  Tsimolakis 

Charles  S.  Turner 

Joseph  Rataj  Vesely 

Ruth  Warsaw 

James  Weinberg 

Irving  Morton  Withall 

Bertha  Ophelia  Woods 

Morry  Wor  skill 

George  Matthew  Worthley 

David  Zitnick 

Julian  Zweig 


The  Certificate  in  Pharmacy 


Harry  William  Adams 
Hyman  Africk 
George  Edward  Bruha 
Leonard  Denenholz 
Max  Drexler 
Sam  Drexler 
Henry  Gardner 
Aaron  A.  Goldin 
Talmage  W.  Kisner 


Arthur  Leonard  Lampert 
Helen  Josephine  Pilkis 
Meyer  Scholnick 
Leon  Zee  Seltzer 
Nathan  Stein 
Joseph  Francis  Valvoda,  Jr. 
Melvin  Witkin 
Theodore  Clarence  Zeman 


The  Graduate  School  33 


The  Graduate  School 
The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 

In  Bacteriology 

Catherine  Virginia  Fisher,  A.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1929;  M.S.,  1931. 
Classification  of  yeasts  and  yeast-like  fungi  isolated  from  normal  skin 
and  mucous  membranes. 

In  Pathology 

Sol  Roy  Rosenthal,  B.S.,  M.D.,  M.S.,  1925,  1927,  1931.  Studies  in  ather- 
osclerosis:    chemical,    experimental,    and    morphologic. 

In  Pharmacology 

Palt,  Leon  Ewing,  A.B.,  Milton  College,  1926;  M.S.,  1929.  The  effect  of  ultra- 
violet light  on  some  sympathomimetic  substances. 

In  Physiology 

Paul  Winston  Smith,  B.S.,  Kansas  State  Teachers  College,  1928;  M.S.,  Uni- 
versity of  Tennessee,  1929.  The  relation  between  initial  tension  and  fiber 
length  and  the  mechanism  of  energy  release  in  striated  muscle. 


The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Psychology 
Irving  Rich.\rd  Popell,  A.B.,  193 1 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Anatomy 

Allan  Gibson  Brodie,  D.D.S.,  University  of  Pennsylvania,  1919 
Louis  Zolo  Fishman,  B.S.,  M.D.,  1925,  1927 

In  Bacteriology 

Mildred  Harriet  Benson,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1924 
Walter  Ulysses  Miller,  A.B.,  1927 

In  Dental  Pathology  and  Therapeutics 
Robert  Marshall  Stephan,  D.D.S.,  1932 

In  Obstetrics  and  Gynecology 
David  Rosexbloom,  B.S.,  1932 

In  Orthodontia 

Sherwood  Reed  Steadman,  B.S.,  Princeton  University,  1929;  D.D.S.,  University 

of  Minnesota,  1932 
Olga  Irene  Tobiasz,  B.S.,  D.D.S.,  1928,  1930 


34  Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago  June  8,  ip34 

In  Pathology 
Max  Berg,  B.S.,  1932 
Harold  Kahn,  B.S.,  1932 
Jack  D.  Kirshbaum,  M.D.,  1929 
Irving  Harold  Lederman,  B.S.,  1934 

In  Physiology 
David  Howard  Wagner,  A.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1927;  M.D.,  1931 

In  Physiological  Chemistry 
Roy  Kenneth  Snyder,  B.S.,  1929 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last 
Commencement 

Conferred  in  August  and  October,  1933, 
and  in  February,  1934 


The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


John  Trevett  Allen  (February) 
Helen  Love  Anderson  (February) 
Ruth  Addison  Attaway  (August) 
Raymond  R.  Auerbach  (October) 
William  Green  Baker  (February) 
Mary  Natalie  Barnett  (October) 
Bernice  Belle  Barton  (October) 
Walter  Garfield  Batty  (October) 
Reuben  Albert  Baumgartner,  with 

Honors  in  Mathematics 

(February) 
Kathryn  I^Iay  Bonges  (August) 
Anne  Jessie  Brittin  (February) 
Eugene  Cameron  Brown  (October) 
Martha  Hamilton  Butcher 

(February) 
Leo  Shanahan  Cahill  (October) 
Frances  Caldwell  (February) 
Elliot  Cassidy  (February) 
William  Wellington  Colby  (August) 
Leland  Eugene  Conley  (February) 
LuaLLE  ]May  Copper,  with  Honors  in 

English  (August) 
John  Henry  Corbett  (February) 
John  Howard  De  Gette  (February) 
Esther  Damaris  Dyer  (February) 
Virginia  Eicher  (February) 
Janet  Elizabeth  Eisner   (February) 
Florence  Fifer  (February) 
Florence  Wellings  Fox  (October) 
Margot  Francis  (February) 
Mary  Emily  Griswold  (February) 
George  Linden  Haggard   (October) 
James  Rice  Hansgen   (February) 
Hester  Louise  Harrold  (February) 
GoRETH  Marvin  Lee  Hasting 

(August) 
Esther  Vivian  Hill   (February) 
Alfred  LoL^s  Hillebrand  (February) 
Elfriede  Horst  (October) 
Harry  Newton  Irwin  (October) 
George  Walker  Johnson  (February) 
Ruth  Carolyn  Johnston  (February) 


John  Joseph  Kubica  (October) 
William  Herman  Lawrence 

(October) 
Herbert  Henry  Lawson  (February) 
Mary  Janice  McAllister  (October) 
Dorothy  Grace  McCabe   (October) 
Carl  Hugo  McCord  (February) 
Mary  Betty  McCreary,  with  Honors 

in  Psychology  (February) 
Ellen  McNeill  (February) 
Thomas  Bernard  Mackie,  Jr. 

(October) 
Bernard  Tieh  Malter  (August) 
Robert  Brewer  Marberry  (February) 
Louis  Lynn  Joseph  Patrick  Mason 

(February) 
Roy  Halsted  Mason  (October) 
John  Pitney  Mead  (February) 
Gail  Lorenz  Miller,  with  Honors  in 

Chemistry  (August) 
Emil  Max  Mortel  (October) 
James  Thomas  Morton,  Jr. 

(February) 
Richard  Allen  IMunnecke 

(February) 
George  Belvey  Nesbitt  (October) 
Philip  Hastings  Nye  (October) 
Jerry  Randall  Owings  (February) 
Charles  Edward  Leland  Perkins 

(February) 
Louis  Joseph  Piano  (August) 
Stanley  Roy  Pierce,  Jr.  (October) 
Eleanor  L.  Pope  (October) 
Sol  Porte  (February) 
Elsie  Rebecca  Ready  (February) 
Russell  Cameron  Rink  (October) 
Howard  Creighton  Roberts  (August) 
Ruth  Violet  Roselle  (February) 
Mary  Victoria  Sandretto  (October) 
David  Schaffner  (February) 
Louise  Schimpf  (August) 
Marthe  Jacqueline  Schmidt  (Febru- 
ary) 


36  Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 

Emma  Ellen  Schriner  (August)  Marian  Louise  Joan  Sullivan 
Joseph  Joaquin  Riasette  Scopel  (February) 

(August)  Claude  Wayne  Thomason  (August) 

Walter  Lynn  Settlemire  (August)  Winifred  Vernor  (October) 

Virgil  Leslie  Sikes   (October)  Carl  Kellogg  Walbert  (February) 

Anne  Blanche  Steiner,  with  Honors  Edward  George  Weltin  (February) 

in  French  (February)  Helen  Anna  Wolf  (August) 
Harry  Sternberg  (August) 

In  Home  Economics 
Cora  Marie  Unwiller  (October) 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Robert  Frost  Blaine  (October)  John  Francis  Matuszeski,  with 
Theodore    Raymond    Fetherston  Honors  in  Chemistry  (February) 

(February)  Mildred  Ardell  Norval,  with  Honors 
James  Clark  Finley  (February)  in  Mathematics   (February) 

John  Edward  Hogan   (October)  Catalino  Mangaoang  Orencia 
Arthur  Ralph  Jennings  (February)  (February) 

Walter  Stephen  Kotas  (October)  Charles  Slobutsky  (October) 

Maurice  Eugene  Sparks  (February) 

In  Chemical  Engineering 

John  Bradford,  Jr.   (February)  John  Anthony  Milko  (February) 

Jack  Feldman  (February)  Wing  Fui  Moy  (October) 

ISADORE  Freeman  (February)  Philip  Dwight  Rearick   (February) 
Horace  Earl  Harrison  (February) 

In  Chemistry 

Roy  Otto  Benson  (August)  Frank  Ervin  Kinsinger 

Thomas  Aloysius  Carroll  (October) 

(February)  Thomas  Francis  H.  Leyden  (August) 


The  College  of  Commerce  and  Business 
Administration 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Accountancy 

William  Harrison  Bacon  (October)  Mary  Elizabeth  Readey   (August) 

Chauncy  Harvey  Laird  (October)  Aness  Saikley  (February) 

George  Alexander  Lyerly  (August)  Eugene  Clarence  Sweedler  (August) 
William  Wallace  Mytar  (October) 

In  Banking  and  Finance 

Lawrence  Clayton  Barden  Howard  Clarence  Meadors  (October) 

(February)  William  Frederick  Schneider 

Chester  LeRoy  Blomberg  (October)  (February) 


The  College  of  Engineering  37 

In  Commerce  and  Law 

Lowell  Roy  McConnell  (February)        Joseph  Robert  Rosborough  (October) 
Albert  Emmett  Marien  (October)  Robert  Nelson  Wallace  (February) 

Alfred  Scott  Pfaff  (October) 

In  Foreign  Commerce 

John  Herman  Helwig  (October)  Frederic  Loweth  Winslow  (October) 

Donald  Stanley  Mitchell 
(February) 

In  General  Business 

Edward  Milton  Ahrens  (August)  Judson  Walter  Keating  (February) 

Neal  James  Anderson  (October)  Warren  Kinsey  (August) 

Ferdinand  Paul  Borchardt  Milton  Sydney  Kramer  (October) 

(February)  Robert  Andrew  Linberg  (August) 

Robert  Grossman  Cathcart  (August)  Claude  White  McDaniel  (February) 

Richard  Garard  Gisne  (October)  Laurence  Henry  Mann   (February) 

Stuart  Douglas  Gurrie  (August)  Dallas  Martin  Meyer  (August) 

Henry  Lloyd  Dean  (August)  Gharles  Edwin  Pruett  (February) 

George  Edward  Dooley  (August)  Edward  Allen  Sarsfield  (August) 

Jane  Marguerite  Hammersmith  Elmer  Martin  Schaudt   (February) 

(August)  Dan  James  Sullivan  (August) 

Edward  Garl  Hartung  (February)  H.  Stanton  Thomas  (August) 

John  Jay  Healy  (February)  Warren  Edgar  Wingert  (August) 
Earl  Meredith  Johnson  (August) 

In  Industrial  Administration 
Orville  Frank  Kocour  (February)     William  Howard  Lang  (October) 


In  Public  Utilities 


Bradford  Henry  Chambers 
(February) 

The  College  of  Engineering 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Ceramic  Engineering 

Kenneth  Roy  Jones  (February) 

In  Civil  Engineering 

George  Archie  Allen  (February)  Benn  Joseph  Leland,  with  Honors 
Carlos  Claure  Arze  (February)  (February) 

Edward  Ganja  (October)  Arthur  Charles  Nauman  (February) 

Marcel  Michael  Joseph  Gerber  Norman  S.  Olsen   (February) 

(February)  Maurice  Samuel  Reifman  (February) 

Harold  Simon  Johnson  (February)  Lester  John  Wolma  (October) 

James  Zaloudek  (October) 

In  Electrical  Engineering 

Donald  Philip  Duffy  (February)  Nelson  Mitchell  Lovell   (February) 

William  Jay  Hannan  (February)  Frank  Dean  Low  (February) 

DoNAL  Alanson  Long  (October)  Robert  Stephen  Mason  (February) 


38  Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 

Harold  August  Reich  (October)  Charles  Herman  Trommer 

Bernard  Gross  Siegel  (October)  (February) 

Harry  H.  Tom  (October)  George  Frank  Tschappat  (February) 

In  Engineering  Physics 
Otis  Benjamin  Sutton  (February) 

In  General  Engineering 
Roy  Theodore  Nilsen  (October) 

In  Mechanical  Engineering 

David  Edward  Aldrich  (October)  Ray  Frank  Meydrech  (October) 

David  Berg  Anderson  (February)  Rolla  Darby  Pollock  (October) 

Octavio  Gonzalez  Cadaval  (October)  George  Alfred  Willis  (October) 
Guy  Randall  Grady  (October) 

In  Mining  Engineering 
Oliver  Horning  Round  (October) 

In  Railway  Civil  Engineering 
Daniel  James  Sullivan   (February) 

In  Railway  Electrical  Engineering 
Lawrence  John  Rettinger 

The  College  of  Agriculture 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Agriculture 

Elbert  El  wood  Carlson,  with  Honors  Wendell  Edgard  Keepper  (February) 

(February)  Ray  Gordon  Peart,  with  Honors 

Leon  Henderson  Cassity  (October)  (October) 

Howard  Noble  Fullerton  (February)  Garnette  Harvey  Pool  (October) 

John  Alexander  Hoblit,  Jr.  Lawrence  Arthur  Potter  (February) 

(February)  George  Harold  Priddle  (February) 

Kenneth  Alexander  Hoffman  Russell  Elmer  Rigg  (October) 

(February)  Elmer  Newton  Searls  (February) 

In  Home  Economics 
Wilma  Charlene  Dulin  (February)         Berthyl  Lena  Glossinger  (February) 

The  College  of  Law 
The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Laws 

Bernice  Lee  Blatt  (February)  John  Raymond  Larson  (February) 

Stephen  Edward  Brondas  (February)       Paul  Sigurd  Pierson,  A.B.,  1931 
Charles  Walter  Hinman,  B.S.,  1931  (August) 

(August)  Phillip  Benjamin  Robinson 

(February) 


The  College  of  Education 


39 


The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Law 


Frank  Patrick  Hanafin,  Jr.,  with 
Honors  (February) 


The  Library  School 
The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science  in  Library  Science 

Estella  Esther  Bryant,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1906  (October) 
Thomas  Whitman  Davis,  B.S.,  M.S.,  Mississippi  Agricultural  and  Mechanical 

College,  1904,  1916,  with  Honors  (October) 
Maurine  Finkbine  Irwin,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1925,  with  Honors  (October) 
Emily  Wilma  Wright,  A.B.,  Evansville  College,  1932  (October) 


The  College  of  Education 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Education 


Joseph  Ortan  Alberts  (February) 
Darleen  Ada  Allen  (February) 
Edward  McCarter  Anderson 

(February) 
S.A.NTIAGO  DEL  C.  Apanay  (February) 
Ruth  Alice  Arvey  (August) 
Anna  Chvalovsky  Bartels 

(February) 
Carl  William  Baylor  (August) 
Ashley  Peache  Be.'vtty  (October) 
Len.a.  Lenore  Biggerstaff  (February) 
Carl  William  Birky  (August) 
Charles  Oliver  Boarts  (October) 
Vernon  Bouknight  (August) 
Bonnie  Boyd   (August) 
Joseph  Brock  (October) 
Irma  Agnes  Buell  (October) 
Alexander  Dunlap  Caldwell 

(February) 
Lucille  Jane  Carson  (August) 
XoNA  AIae  Chaffin  (October) 
George  Vincent  Cohee  (October) 
Eli  Edward  Cohen  (October) 
Rosalie  Constantine  Comment 

(October) 
Elizabeth  Agnes  Connelly 

(February) 
Mary  Luctle  Corley  (October) 
Miriam  Beall  Cox,  with  Honors  in 

Education  (October) 
Sarane  Winifred  Davis   (February) 
Ellen  Dearmont  (October) 
Stephen  Walter  Drew  (February) 
Frank  Emil  Dugas  (February) 
John  Joseph  Dzielak  (October) 
Marjorie  Foster  Ellis  (October) 
Mary  Jane  Farrell  (October) 


Douglas  Finlayson  (October) 
Dorothy  Virginia  Flowers  (October) 
Mary  Barbara  Foley  (October) 
Josephine  Emma  Gauen  (February) 
Nash  Gennaro  (October) 
Belle  K.  Goldberg   (February) 
Harold  Morris  Colder  (October) 
Hyman  David  Goodman  (August) 
Caralucile  Graves   (February) 
Barbara  Jane  Harris,  with  Honors 

in  Education    (February) 
Ralph  Samuel  Harris  (October) 
Ruth  Irene  Harris  (August) 
James  Homer  Hawkins  (August) 
Charles  Kutz  Helfrick,  Jr. 

(October) 
Emanuel  Hellerman  (October) 
Helen  Hofmann  (October) 
Robert  Eugene  Horsley   (October) 
Melville  Wesley  Hosler  (October) 
Mamie  Jacobs  (August) 
Manie  Belle  Jenkins  (October) 
Alice  Alberta  Jones  (October) 
La  Vern  Elwin  Joslin  (February) 
Ruth  Agnes  Jurz  (October) 
Mary  Alberta  Kabbes  (August) 
Augusta  Klontz  (October) 
Joseph  Marcel  Korzen   (February) 
Harry  Koval  (February) 
Anna  Josephine  Landa  (February) 
Leon  Joseph  Lundahl  (October) 
Helen  Louise  MacDonald  (February) 
Irma  Amelia  Lumber  McMillan 

(February) 
Marguerite  Mary  McTaggart 

(October) 
Robert  Frederick  Maley  (October) 


40 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 


John  Milton  Malmberg  (August) 
Philip  Melody  (October) 
Marjorie  Rea  Milburn  (October) 
Glen  Gilbert  Millikan   (August) 
Helen  Louise  Moore  (February) 
Harland  Edwin  Nelson  (October) 
Barbara  Nussbaum  (February) 
Harry  George  Nutting  (October) 
Mark  Arnold  Peterman  (February) 
Kenneth  George  Peterson  (October) 
Charlotte  Thelma  Rapoport 

(February) 
Henry  Rum  ana  (February) 
Ansel  Willis  Rumble  (October) 
Guydell  Lehman  Schwartz 

(February) 
Samuel  Dayton  Severns  (October) 
Francis  Thomas  Sheehy  (February) 


Rheba  Gwenolyn  Shurtz 

(February) 
Vivian  Elizabeth  Siewert  (October) 
Carl  Fenton  Smith  (February) 
Helen  Louise  Smith  (February) 
Pauline  Marie  Stewart   (February) 
Margaret  Cecelia  Stiel  (October) 
Helen  Marianne  Thiel  (February) 
Arthur  George  Von  Plachecki 

(February) 
Glenn  Alexander  Waser  (October) 
Ralph  Elwin  Waterhouse 

(February) 
Marjorie  Helen  Wheeland 

(October) 
Alex  Wolf  (February) 
Dewey  Woolverton  ((October) 
Oscar  Willard  Young  (October) 


In  Home  Economics  Education 
Esther  Louise  Lusk  (October) 

In  Industrial  Education 
John  Stranley  Charlton  (October)        Harold  Filers  Meyer  (February) 


The  School  of  Journalism 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


Henry  Caldwell  Burnett,  Jr. 

(August) 
Bessie  Evelyn  Chapman  (August) 
Kathryn  Gertrude  Hansen,  with 

Honors  (February) 
Eleanor  Wilhelmine  Klee 

(February) 


In  Journalism 

Janet  Luzon  MAaNxiRE  (February) 
Lester  Lyle  Robertson  (February) 
Ben  Shapiro  (February) 
George  Washington  Sheppard 
(October) 


The  College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Architectural  Engineering 

Robert  Earl  Barnett  (February)  Merle  D.  Sharpe  (February) 

Henry  Rangvald  Olson  (August) 

In  Architecture 

William  J.  Gaule  (October)  Arthur  Melvin  Ulvestad  (February) 

In  Music  Education 


Helen  Iola  Henry  (August) 
Alice  Thompson  (August) 


Alice  Evangeline  Tubes  (August) 
Alice  Mae  Varnum  (August) 


The  Graduate  School  41 


In  Public  School  Music 
Elmer  Raymond  Beloof  (October)  Mary  Juanita  Miller  (February) 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Music 

LiLLiAX  Jacobson  (August) 

The  Graduate  School 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Chemistry 

Lee  Linsley  Alexander,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1932  (August) 
Hugh  Henry  Hully,  A.B.,  Simpson  College,  1932  (August) 
Sister  Mary  Faith  Hand,  A.B.,  Rosary  College,  1922  (October) 

In  Classics 

Lloyd  William  Daly,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1932  (October) 

Eva  Yvonne  Hunter,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1927  (October) 

Sister  Mary  Veronica  Kortendick,  A.B.,  St.  Clara  College,  1919  (October) 

In  Economics 

Royal  Jay  Briggs,  B.S.,  Knox  College,  1931  (October) 

Vincent  Egan  Freehill,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1928  (October) 

Virginia  Mildred  Patterson,  A.B.,  1930  (October) 

Ruthford  Keith  Purl,  B.S.,  1922  (August) 

Arthur  Rowland  Williams,  A.B.,  Kenyon  College,  1901  (February) 

In  Education 

P.A.LT,  William  Arndt,  B.S.,  1917  (October) 

Marie  Ruth  Beardslee,  A.B.,  Northwestern  University,  1917  (August) 
Martin  M.  Bielema,  Jr.,  A.B.,  Calvin  College,  1925  (October) 
John  H.  Brewer,  A.B.,  Austin  College,  1899  (August) 
Fred  Thomas  Burt,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 
John  Wesley  Carrington,  B.S.,  1922  (August) 

Walter  Mallon  Claggett,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1925  (October) 
Pl'rl  Ellis  Crowder,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930  (February) 
Seymer  Milton  Current,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,   1922    (Oc- 
tober) 
Glenn  Alexander  DeLand,   B.Ed.,  Illinois   State   Normal   University,   1927 

(August) 
James  Henry  Griffin,  A.B.,  Wittenberg  College,  1920   (October) 
ST.A.NLEY  Bear  Hadden,  B.S.,  1914  (October) 
Bessie  Lucile  Hamm,  A.B.,  1924  (August) 
Paul  Milton  Harvey,  A.B.,  Earlham  College,  1927   (October) 
Ken'Neth  Virgil  Henninger,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1929  (October) 
Mary  Bernice  Horton,  A.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1931   (October) 
LoREN  Valentine  Karns,  B.E.,  B.S.,  Manchester  College,  1920,  1923   (October) 
William  Dayton  Keyes,  Jr.,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1928  (August) 
Roy  Leevy,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 

Charles  Albert  Nicholas,  A.B.,  Carthage  College,  1922  (October) 
Bernice  Amber  Patterson,  A.B.,  1922  (August) 
John  Collins  Payne,  A.B.,  1930  (August) 

Kenn-eth  Phillips,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929 
(October) 


42  Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 

Wilbur  Lawrence  Pickering,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1925   (August) 
DwiGHT  French  Piper,  A.B.,  Geneva  College,  1929  (February) 
Harold  Parker  Shields,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1916  (October) 
Jean  McMillan  Thompson,  A.B.,  Hedding  College,  1922  (October) 
Kenneth  Cory  Waggoner,  A.B.,  McKendree  College,  1926  (October) 
George  Kenneth  Dale  Wantling,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1930 

(October) 
Peter  Clarence  Washington,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1927  (October) 
Frederick  Gottlieb  Weber,  B.S.,  1921  (October) 
Maurice  Marsh  White,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1928  (October) 
Frank  Wrench,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929  (August) 

In  English 

Grace  Elizabeth  Champan,  A.B.,  MacMurray  College,  1931   (February) 
Pauline  Jewel  Drinkwater,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1920 

(February) 
Alice  Louise  Grant,  B.S.,  1927  (October) 
Frances  Elizabeth  Henne,  A.B.,  1929  (February) 
Helen  Louise  Kaiser,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1929 

(February) 
Francis  Jacob  Koenig,  A.B.,  1929  (October) 

Berniece  Newkirk,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1927  (October) 
Amy  Olgen  Parmelee,  A.B.,  Northwestern  University,  1904  (October) 
Elsie  Marguerite  Stoutmyer,  A.B.,  1930  (February) 

In  History 

Herman  Chris  Ahrens,  B.S.,  1932  (February) 

Theodore  Leonard  Carlson,  A.B.,  Augustana  College,  1929  (October) 

Bert  Casper,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1927  (October) 

Blanche  Cline,  B.S.,  Southeast  Missouri  State  Teachers  College,  1928 

(October) 
Doris  Cecile  Ercanbrack,  A.B.,  Rockford  College,  1931   (October) 
John  William  Gannaway,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 
Marion  Johnson  Griffin,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 
Carleton  Ware  Johnson,  A.B.,  1930  (October) 
Norma  Grace  Johnson,  B.S.,  Southeastern  Missouri  State  Teachers  College, 

1931    (October) 
Hugh  Ernest  Moss,  A.B.,  Mount  Morris  College,  1926  (October) 
George  Sherman  Queen,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 

1931    (February) 
Freda  Pearl  Rose,  A.B.,  1923  (October) 
Ellen  Mary  Rourke,  A.B.,  1916;  LL.B.,  Lincoln  College  of  Law,  1921 

(October) 
Mary  Lucile  Sharp,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1931   (August) 
Harry  Hayes  Smith,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1932  (August) 
Florance  Walton  Taylor,  A.B.,  Northwestern  University,  1920  (October) 
Lillian  Dorothy  Tolbert,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1922  (October) 
Rollin  Willard  Tomeraasen,  A.B.,  Carthage  College,  1932  (August) 
Quincy  Adams  Wemple,  Ph.B.,  Shurtleff  College,  1925  (October) 
Hannah  Esther  Williams,  B.S.,  1923  (October) 

In  Library  Science 

Clarissa  Olivia  Lewis,  A.B.,  State  University  of  Iowa,  1925;  B.S.  (Lib.),  1930 
(August) 

Esther  Frances  Price,  B.S.  (Com.),  Kansas  State  Teachers  College  (Em- 
poria), 1927;  B.S.  (Educ),  Kansas  State  Teachers  College  (Emporia), 
1928;  B.S.  (Lib.),  1929  (February) 

Margaret  Helen  Spoon,  A.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1927;  B.S.  (Lib.),  1931 
(February) 


The  Graduate  School  43 


In  Mathematics 

Earl  \'in'cent  Greer,  A.B.,  Olivet  College,  1932  (February) 

Earl  Edward  Heinhorst,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1932  (August) 

Ora  Florenxe  Latham,  A.B.,  1924  (October) 

May  Elizabeth  Richards,  A.B.,  1930  (August) 

Zoe  Josephine  Traver,  A.B.,  James  IMillikin  University,  1925   (October) 

Florence  Leone  White,  A.B.,  1910  (February) 

In  Philosophy 

John  Lowell  Hampton,  B.S.,  1931  (October) 

Monica  AL\gdalene  Mikalauckas,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1926 
(October) 

In  Physics 

Robert  >L-\rtin  Resancon,  A.B.,  University  of  Montana,  1931   (October) 
Robert  Bruce  Horsfall,  Jr.,  A.B.,  Reed  College,  1930  (August) 
Harold  Melvin  Pepiot,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1932  (August) 

In  Political  Science 

John  Alexander  Bigham,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 

1929  (October) 
Shin  Cheng  Yu,  A.B.,  Park  College,  1932  (February) 

In  Psychology 
Helen  Oldfather,  A.B.,  1927  (August) 

In  Romance  Languages 

John  Hannibal  Carter,  A.B.,  1929  (October) 

Alice  Louise  Emmert,  A.B.,  Mount  Morris  College,  1932  (October) 

Felix  Legrand,  A.B.,  University  of  Oregon,  1930  (October) 

Cora  Helen  Morgan,  A.B.,  1929  (August) 

Revilo  Pendleton  Oliver,  A.B.,  1932  (October) 

Neva  Dott  Sloan,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers'  College,  1927 

(August) 
Frances  Conn  Stout,  A.B.,  Butler  University,  1927  (October) 

In  Sociology 

Glenn  Edmund  Bennett,  B.S.,  1932  (October) 

Ida  Vern  Hieronymus,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1923  (August) 

Albert  Charles  Welge,  A.B.,  1932  (August) 

William  Gerbing  Wood,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1927  (August) 

In  Zoology 
Emily  Stephan  Dawson,  A.B.,  1927  (October) 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Accountancy 

Charles  Benedict  Aziere,  A.B.,  St.  Benedict's  College,  1928  (August) 

EvERETTE  Alan  Gluts,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 

Frank  Lyle  Davis,  A.B.,  Drury  College,  1926  (October) 

Gaze  Elmer  Lukas,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 


44  Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 

In  Agricultural  Economics 

Trimble  Raymond  Hedges,  B.S.,  Oklahoma  Agricultural  and  Mechanical  Col- 
lege, 1928  (October) 
Haxen  Soloman  Whalin,  B.S.,  1932  (October) 
Leslie  Wright,  B.S.,  1929  (February) 

In  Agronomy 
Lowell  Edward  Allison,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1930  (October) 

In  Architectural  Engineering 
Truxton  Ferdinand  Keating,  B.S.,  1932  (October) 

In  Architecture 

Hamilton  Parks,  B.S.,  Virginia  Polytechnic  Institute,  1931    (October) 
Edmund  Francis  Toth,  B.S.,  1929  (February) 

In  Bacteriology 

Charles  Edward  McGee,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1926  (October) 
Zana  Gabriella  Skidmore,  B.S.,  Ottawa  University,  1924  (October) 

In  Business  Organization  and  Operation 

Clarence  Earl  Deakins,  B.S.,  James  Millikin  University,  1923  (August) 
Earl  Samuel  Dickerson,  B.S.,  Indiana  State  Teachers  College,  1927  (February) 

In  Ceramic  Engineering 
Elroy  Eugene  Howe,  B.S.,  1931  (February) 

In  Chemistry 

Kenneth  Crandall  Andrews,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1932  (February) 

Alden  Gates  Caldwell,  B.S.,  1933  (February) 

Robert  James  Fahey,  B.S.,  1932  (August) 

Charles  Albert  Getz,  B.S.,  1932  (February) 

Elbert  Egidius  Gruber,  B.S.,  Xavier  University,  1932  (February) 

Robert  Johnson,  B.S.,  1930  (February) 

Kenneth  Karl  Kearby,  B.S.,  1932  (October) 

Paul  Warren  Leppla,  B.S.,  1932  (February) 

Mann  Chan  Lu,  B.S.,  1933  (February) 

Shao  Yuan  Ma,  B.S.,  University  of  Chekiang,  1924  (August) 

James  William  Nelson,  B.S.,  1933  (February) 

Henry  Russell  Todd,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1932  (August) 

James  Fred  Vitcha,  A.B.,  Ohio  Wesleyan  University,  1932  (August) 

In  Civil  Engineering 

Lorenzo  Donald  Doty,  B.S.,  Denison  University,  1925  (October) 

Robert  Barton  Pratt,  B.S.,  M.S.,  University  of  Texas,  1923,  1924  (October) 

Jamison  Vawter,  B.S.,  C.E.,  University  of  Kansas,  1916,  1923  (February) 

In  Dairy  Husbandry 

Carl  Edwin  Haradine,  B.S.,  Michigan  State  College,  1932  (August) 
Wayne  Wilbur  Miller,  B.S.,  1932  (August) 

In  Economics 

Cleo  Fitzsimmons,  B.S.,  Iowa  State  College,  1928  (August) 
Charles  Robert  Frederick,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 


The  Graduate  School  45 


Elwood  Kenneth  Slusser,  B.S.,  1932  (August) 
Herbert  Bernhard  Eckenfels  Stone,  B.S.,  1931  (August) 

Theodore   Lewis   Whitesel,    B.Ed.,   Eastern   Illinois    State   Teachers   College, 
1931 ;  B.S.,  1932  (February) 

In  Education 

Bessie  Atwell,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1928 

(August) 
Orda  Sylvester  Barnard,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 

1929  (August) 
Ernest  Raymond  Britton,  B.S.,  McKendree  College,  1924  (October) 
Charles  William  Cassell,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 
Raymond  Frank  Childers,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 

192S  (August) 
Palt,  Richard  Comer,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1928 

(October) 
Esther  Lydia  Cowan,  B.S.,  1918  (October) 
Shirley  H.  Engle,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 
Claran  Emmitt  Fullmer,  B.S.,  1923  (October) 
Helen  Elizabeth  Goodell,  B.S.,  1924  (October) 
Lowell  Van  Buren  Krutsinger,  B.S.,  1929  (August) 
Edwin  AIilton  Leamon,  B.S.,  1930  (August) 
Mary  Margaret  McGuire,  B.S.,  1925  (October) 

Arnold  Carl  Nelson,  B.S.,  Pennsylvania  State  College,  1927  (October) 
Willis  Edgar  Pittenger,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1927 

(October) 
Harmon  Dale  Roberts,  B.S.,  1932  (October) 
Harley  Harland  Seymour,  B.S.,  1930  (August) 
Roy  Earn  Simpson,  B.S.,  1928  (August) 

Sister  Mary  Sebastian  Rustemier,  B.Ed.,  DePaul  University,  1928  (August) 
Edith  Dorothy  Stevens,  B.S.,  1927  (August) 
Palx  Wendell  Stone,  B.S.,  Illinois  College,  1925  (October) 
Mary  Isabel  Thompson,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 
Albert  Willis,  B.S.,  McKendree  College,  1925  (October) 

In  Entomology 
Ferdinand  Jacob  Friedli,  B.S.,  McKendree  College,  1916  (October) 

In  Horticulture 

John  Henry  Hanley,  B.S.,  University  of  Michigan,  1927  (October) 

In  Library  Science 
Wave  Lynn  Noggle,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929  (October) 

In  Mechanical  Engineering 

Gene  Edwards,  B.S.,  1933  (February) 

Julian  Robert  Fellows,  B.S.,  University  of  Michigan,  1924  (February) 

Frank  Orville  Gaskill,  B.S.,  1932  (October) 

Proctor  Edwin  Henwood,  B.S.,  Armour  Institute,  1910  (October) 

Andrew  Wesley  Neureuther,  B.S.,  1932  (October) 

In  Physics 

Samuel  Arthur  Chester,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1921  (August) 

Cecil  Gordon  Dunn,  A.B.,  University  of  Montana,  1931  (October) 

Ralph  Emerson  Edwards,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1927 

(October) 
Paul  Stafford  (Godwin,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1929  (February) 


46  Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 

In  Physiology 
Harold  Wallace  Neild,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1931   (February) 

In  Theoretical  and  Applied  Mechanics 
James  William  Frazier,  III,  B.S.,  1932  (August) 

The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 
Conferred  in  February,  1934 

In  Botany 

Myrle  Marie  Juliana  Burk,  A.B.,  Iowa  State  Teachers  College,  1928;  A.M., 
University  of  Nebraska,  1930.  The  taxonomic  significance  of  the  capitate 
Hyphopodia  of  the  Meliolineae. 

Leo  Roy  Tehon,  A.B.,  University  of  Wyoming,  1916;  A.M.,  1920.  A  mono- 
graphic rearrangement  of  Lophodermium. 

In  Chemistry 

Marshall  Herbert  Brown,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1928,  1930.  The  absorption  of  certain 
electrolytes  by  barium  sulfate  precipitates. 

Herbert  Edmund  Carter,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1930;  A.M.,  1931.  Phenyl- 
ated  derivatives  of  norleucine,  isoleucine,  and  valine. 

James  Tucker  Eaton,  A.B.,  Central  College,  1928;  A.M.,  1931.  The  reversible 
addition  of  aromatic  hydrocarbons  to  alpha,  beta  unsaturated  ketones  and 
similarly  constituted  compounds. 

Roswell  Horr  Ewart,  B.S.,  Lehigh  University,  1925.  Chemical  reactions  in  the 
nitrogen  afterglow. 

Milton  Gallagher,  B.S.,  1926;  M.S.,  University  of  Pittsburgh,  1928.  The  free 
energy  of  the  hydration  of  ethylene.  I.  The  activity  in  ethylene  in  solu- 
tions in  concentrated  sulfuric  acid.  II.  The  activity  of  ethanol  in  solutions 
in  diluted  sulfuric  acid. 

Max  Theodore  John  Goebel,  A.B.,  M.S.,  1928,  1932.  A  comparison  of  the  re- 
actions of  the  bis-indenyls  with  those  of  the  rearranged  polyines. 

Arzy  Robert  Gray,  A.B.,  Southwestern  College,  1929;  M.S.,  1931.  A  new  type 
of  alpha-keto  aldehydes. 

Arnold  Osborne  Jackson,  B.S.,  Presbyterian  College,  1930;  M.S.,  1931.  A 
study  on  the  synthesis  of  ergothioneine. 

Hubert  Scott  Loring,  A.B.,  Pomona  College,  1929;  M.S.,  1930.  The  isolation 
and  characterization  of  mesocystine  and  a  study  of  its  chemistry  and 
metabolism. 

Earl  Laurence  Meyers,  B.S.,  Coe  College,  1930.  Observations  on  the  rare 
earths:  I.  The  density  of  anhydrous  europium  chloride.  II.  The  atomic 
weight  of  europium. 

Theophilus  Parsons,  Jr.,  B.Chem.,  Cornell  University,  1924.  The  preparation 
and  rearrangement  of  some  methyl  substituted  azoxy-benzenes. 

Wilbur  Irvin  Patterson,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1930.  Stereochemistry  of 
diphenyls. 

Dennis  Wiffen  Pearce,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  British  Columbia,  1929, 
1930.  Observations  on  the  rare  earths:  I.  The  separation  of  thulium, 
ytterbium,  and  lutecium.  II.  The  magnetic  susceptibilities  of  some  ytterbium 
salts.    III.    The  absorption  spectrum  of  thulium  in  aqueous  solution. 

Margaret  Antoinette  Pezold,  B.S.,  University  of  Louisville,  1929.  I.  The 
action  of  optically  active  nitrites  on  cyclic  ketones.  II.  Diphenylene  oxide 
derivatives.    III.   The  hydrolysis  of  substituted  sulfonanilides. 

Norman  Edward  Searle,  Ph.B.,  Brown  University,  1930;  M.S.,  1931.  The 
stereochemistry  of  2,2'-di-iodo-and  2,2'-dibromo-diphenyl  compounds. 


The  College  of  Medicine  47 

In  Classics 

Kenneth  ^^Iorgan  Abbott,  A.B.,  Harvard  University,  1928.  Prolegomena  to 
an  edition  of  the  pseudo-Servian  commentary  on  Terence. 

Albert  Rapp,  A.B.,  Colgate  University,  1928;  A.M.,  Oberlin  College,  1930. 
Studies  in  Greek  verbal  humor. 

Sister  Mary  Donald  McNeil,  B.V.M.,  A.B.,  Mount  St.  Joseph  College,  1920; 
A.M.,  1928.  The  manuscript  tradition  of  St.  Jerome's  Vita  Sancti  Hilarionis. 

In  Economics 

George  William  Anderson,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1923,  1932.    Regulation  of  motor  truck 

rates. 
Robert  Childers  Ashby,  B.S.,  University  of  Nebraska,  1908;   A.B.,  Nebraska 

W'eslej-an    University,    1910;    M.S.,    University   of    Alinnesota,    1916.     Local 

livestock  markets  in  relation  to  corn  belt  hog  marketing. 
W.  Lou  Tandy,  A.B.,  College  of  the  City  of  Detroit,   1930;  A.M.,  University 

of  Michigan,  1931.    Economics  of  leisure — a  study  in  consumption. 
Arthltr  Harry  Winakor,  B.S.,  ALS.,  1926,  1928.    Branch  banking  in  the  United 

States  with  comparative  studies  of  Scotland,  England,  and  Canada. 
George  Fulton  Daniel  Zimmerman,  LL.B.,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1910,  1928,  1929.    Bank 

rate  and   the   monej'   market   in   England,   France,   Germany,   Holland,   and 

Belgium,  1900- 193 1. 

In  Education 

Robert  Bell  Browne,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1918; 

B.S.,    M.S.,    1922,    1929.    The   Harvard   philosophers   at   the   opening   of   the 

twentieth  century,  with  special  reference  to  educational  theory. 
Carl  Colvin,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1912,  1920.    A  study  of  rural  education  in  Illinois  with 

special   reference   to  vocational   agricultural   education    for  the   fifteen-year 

period  1917-1932. 

In  History 

Ralph  Richard  Martig,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Oregon,  1927,  1929.  The 
Hudson's  Bay  Company  claim,  1846-1869. 

In  Political  Science 

Roderick  Lewis  Carleton,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Louisiana  State  University,  1929,  1930. 

Local  government  and  administration  in  Louisiana. 
Pressly  Spinks  Sikes,  B.S.,  ^Mississippi  State  College,  1924;  A.M.,  University 

of  Texas,   1928.    Judicial  administration  in  Alississippi. 

In  Zoology 

Edwin  Lynn  Miller,  B.S.,  Iowa  Wesleyan  College,  1928;  M.S.,  1930.  Studies 
on  North  American  Cercariae. 


The  College  of  Medicine 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Medicine 

Emily  M.  Baer  (February)  Nathan  Solomon  Deutsch 
Norman  Ludlow  Baker  (February)  (February) 

Paul  Lincoln  Bedlnger  (February)  Norman  B.  Dobin  (February) 

Myron  Clyde  Benford  (October)  Harvey  Enoch  Gaynes  (February) 

Melvin  Frank  Blaurock  (February)  Maurice  O.  Grossman  (February) 

Earl  Clifford  Bucher  (February)  Kyle  C.  Hawkins  (February) 

Robert  R.\lph  Citron  (February)  George  Kieve  Keppleman   (February) 

George  Edward  Colyer  (February)  Adelbert  Herman  Klein   (February) 


48  Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 

Sherburne  Krieger  (February)  William  John  Reed   (February) 

Irving  Harold  Lederman  (February)  Seymour  Salberg  (February) 

John  Parke  (February)  Robert  Archie  Smith  (February) 

Alfred  Lionel  Riser  (October)  Roger  Francis  Sondag  (October) 

Oscar  Mandel  Plotkin  (February)  Albert  Frank  Stein  (February) 

Leonard  Price  (February)  Aloysius  Felix  Tasch  (February) 

The  Certificate  in  Medicine 

Victor  Herbert  Karpass  (February)       William  Ocasek,  Jr.  (February) 
Theodore  C.  Mouzakeotis  (February)       Sol  Singer  (February) 

The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Medicine 

Benjamin  Appelman,  B.S.,  M.S.,  (July  i,  1933) 

Edward  Aron,  Ph.G.  (July  i,  1933) 

Lester  White  Baird,  B.S.   (July  i,  1933) 

Harry  Gregory  Becker,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

David  Andrew  Bennett,  B.S.  (December  31,  1933) 

Harry  Berman,  B.S.   (December  31,  1933) 

Edward  Charles  Bernell,  B.S.,  M.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

William  Edward  Bretz,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Florence  R.  Buky,  A.B.,  B.S.  (June  11,  1933) 

Thomas  Joseph  Conley,  Jr.,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

William  Jackson  Copeland,  A.B.,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Howard  George  Diesner,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

William  Clay  Dine,  Jr.,  B.S.,  M.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Samuel  Irwin  Ditkov^sky,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Claire  Maurice  Dixon,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Delmar  Eichler  Domke,  B.S.   (July  i,  1933) 

Raymond  Flowers  Donovan,  B.S.  (July  15,  1933) 

Murray  Sayle  DuMont,  Ph.G.,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Maurice  Irwin  Edelman,  B.S.  (December  31,  1933) 

Gilbert  Harold  Edwards,  A.B.,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Fred  C.  Endres,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Arthur  Loyal  Ennis,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Leon  Marius  Erenberg,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Daniel  Feiman,  B.S.   (July  i,  1933) 

Albert  Hyman  Feinerman,  B.S.  (December  31,  1933) 

Howard  Albert  Finney,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

John  Oscar  Firth,  B.S.,  M.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

George  Herman  Fleischli,  B.S.  (June  15,  1933) 

Jack  Galin  (July  i,  1933) 

George  Cullom  Geymer,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

John  Hamilton  Gilmore,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

George  Goldenberg,  B.S.  (December  31,  1933) 

Ephraim  Frank  Goodman,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Leo  Jack  Greenberg,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Milton  Handelman,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Irving  Maurice  Harter,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Rudolph  Hecht,  B.S.,  M.S.  (December  31,  1933) 

Robert  Grantham  Hickerson,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Benjamin  Highman,  B.S.,  M.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

William  Wallace  Holleman,  B.S.  (December  31,  I933) 

Harold  Mark  Hoover,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Joseph  Allan  Hubata,  A.B.   (July  i,  1933) 

Paul  Hurwitz,  B.S.,  M.S.  (September  30,  1933) 

Runyan  Hungate  Irvin,  B.S.  (October  i,  1933) 

David  Smeaton  Jaffray,  B.S.   (July  i,  1933) 

Charles  David  Kanter,  B.S.  (September  5,  1933) 

Clarence  Francis  Kelly,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 


The  College  of  Medicine  49 


Elmer  Joseph  Kocour,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Emanuel  A.  Kominik,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Thaddeus  AIarion  Koppa   (October  i,  1933) 

Harry  Kotler,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Clarence  Saml^l  Krakow,  B.S.  (February  7,  1933) 

John  Albert  Layman,  A.B.,  B.S.   (December  31,  1933) 

Samuel  Sheldon  Leavitt,  B.S.   (September  30,  1933) 

Abraham  Leff,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

John  Alfred  Legier,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

David  Alvin  Lemberg,  B.S.   (October  6,  1933) 

D.wiD  Lerner,  B.S.   (September  30,  1933) 

Arthur  Harry  Levine,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Ben  William  Lichtenstein,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Loren  Lenneth  Love,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Max  Boyd  McQueen,  B.S.,  M.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Nathan  Allen  Masor  (July  i,  1933) 

Armand  Je.\n  Mauzey,  A.B.,  B.S.  (August  31,  1933) 

Alfred  ICarl  Meyer,  B.S.   (July  i,  1933) 

David  Sidney  Miller,  B.S.  (September  30,  1933) 

Joseph  Samuel  Miller,  B.S.  (September  i,  1933) 

BuRTis  Edgar  AIontgomery,  B.S.,  ALS.   (July  i,  1933) 

Milton  Mitchell  Mosko,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Alfred  Henry  Movius,  Jr.,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Theodore  Julius  Nereim,  A.B.,  B.S.   (July  i,  1933) 

Isadore  Maurice  Nims,  B.S.  (December  31,  1933) 

A'loRRis  Phillip  Orloff,  B.S.,  M.S.   (September  30,  1933) 

Joseph  Poticha,  B.S.  (March  31,  1933) 

Theodore  Newell  Rafferty,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

John  Todd  Reynolds,  B.S.,  M.S.  (December  31,  1933) 

George  Henry  Rezek,  A.B.  (July  i,  1933) 

Paul  Montel  Rice  (December  31,  1933) 

Samuel  Irving  Richmond,  B.S.  (September  30,  1933) 

George  Ronstrom,  B.S.,  M.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Martin  J.  Rosenthal,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Harry  Edward  Ryan,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

William  Frank  Sayle,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Ambrose  Daniel  Schneider,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Arthur  Henry  Schwartz,  B.S.,  ALS."  (September  30,  1933) 

Edward  Edgar  Park  Seidmon,  A.B.,  B.S.   (June  11,  1933) 

Vaheh  M.  Seron,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Fred  William  Seymout?,  B.S.   (July  i,  1933) 

Paul  Lawrence  Sh.\llenberger  (July  i,  1933) 

Michael  Hershel  Shuger,  B.S.,  M.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Norman  Morison  Shure,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Joseph  Simons,  B.S.,  ALS.  (July  i,  1933) 

Max  Sinay,  B.S.   (July  i,  1933) 

Joseph  Stagman,  B.S.,  ALS.  (December  31,  1933) 

Walter  Alfred  Stark,  A.B.   (July  i,  1933) 

Isadore  Elihu  Steck,  B.S.,  AI.S.   (July  i,  1933) 

Louis  AIark  Steiner,  B.S.  (June  11,  1933) 

Carl  Sugar,  B.S.   (October  31,  1933) 

Cecil  Earl  Tate,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Edgar  Abney  Thacker,  A.B.,  B.S.,  AI.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Isadore  Louis  Turow,  B.S.   (July  i,  1933) 

Isadore  Charles  Udesky,  B.S.   (December  31,  1933) 

Frank  Rltjolph  Urban,  B.S.  (August  12,  1933) 

Harley  R.  Varney,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

John  William  W.\ll,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

LaVerne  AIyron  Wallheiser,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

William  Hester  Walton,  Ph.B.,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

John  Campbell  Washington  (August  i,  1933) 

Louis  Earl  Weinberg,  B.S.  (August  i,  1933) 


50 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last  Commencement 


Dorothy  Hutchinson  Welker,  A.B.,  B.S.,  M.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Merrill  John  Werner  (July  i,  1933) 

LoRiN  Dixon  Whittaker,  A.B.,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Finis  Ellsworth  Wilson,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Robert  Bruce  Wilson,  B.S.  (July  i,  1933) 

Adelbert  E.\rnest  Wuesteman,  B.S.   (July  I,  1933) 


The  College  of  Dentistry 

The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Dental  Surgery 

Frank  Blaine  Truesdell  (February) 


Herbert  Franks  Rosen  (October) 
S.  Daniel  Selden   (October) 


The  College  of  Pharmacy 

The  Degree  of  Pharmaceutical  Chemist 


William  V.  Abramchik  (February) 
Chester  John  Blinstrup  (February) 
Walter  Alfred  Cassarella 

(February) 
Julian  Claitman  (February) 
Sidney  Crane   (February) 
Clarence  Anthony  Dettloff 

(February) 
Benny  Helper  (February) 
Joseph  Andrew  Hula  (February) 
Louis  Kozak   (February) 
Frank  Valentine  Krestan 

(February) 


Harriet  Lescauski  (February) 
Samuel  Maurice  Lieberman 

(February) 
Harold  Ramon  Morrison  (February) 
Chester   Stanley   Pankros 

(February) 
Samuel  Schwartz  (February) 
Max  Scher  (February) 
Frank  John  VonZelewski 

(February) 
Mitchell  Frank  Zienty  (February) 


The  Graduate  School 

(DEGREES  CONFERRED  IN  CHICAGO) 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Psychology 

Dorothy  Louise  Fernow,  A.B.,  1932  (February) 


The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Bacteriology 

G.  Howard  Gowen,  B.S.,  M.D.,  Northwestern  University,  1921,  1926  (October) 
Esther  Meyer,  B.S.,  University  of  Michigan,  1930  (October) 
Paul  Joseph  O'Neill,  A.B.,  1932  (October) 

In  Metallurgy 
Harry  H.  Asher,  D.D.S.,  1931  (October) 


The  Graduate  School  51 


In  Pathology 

Jerome  Jacob  Hurwich,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,   1931    (February) 
Victor  Levine,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1925;  M.D.,  Rush  Medical  College, 

1929   (February) 
George  Milles,  Ph.G.,  B.S.,  M.D.,  1923,  1925,  1929   (February) 

In  Physiology 

Herschel    Smith    Burns,    A.B.,    University    of    Southern    California,     1931 
(February) 

In  Psychology 
Seymour  Steix,  A.B.,  1931   (October) 


Commissions  Presented  May  24,  1934 

Commissions  as  Lieutenants,  Officers'  Reserve  Corps,  United  States 
Army,  and  Brevet  Captains,  Illinois  National  Guard 


Carl  Willis  Bartling 
Robert  Lawrence  Beall 
Edwin  William  Best 
William  Charles  Bischoff 
John  M.  Bland 
Roy  Ralston  Bushart 
Russell  Grant  Carlin 
Albert  Edwin  Carlson 
Arthur  Bertil  Carlson 
Louis  Orville  Carroll 
Orrin  Preston  Catlin 
Howard  Monroe  Cheney 
Winfried  Charles  Christopher 
Eldon  Bedwell  Colegrove 
Wayne  Ralph  Cook 
John  Stewart  Cruickshank 
Isaac  Wesley  Cundiff 
Howard  Dekker 
Carlyle  Walter  Dillavou 
Glenn  Walter  Dixon 
Charles  Ellsworth  Downey 
Richard  Anthony  Duff 
Harold  Purvis  Echternach 
Albert  Carl  Edwards 
J.  Radford  Ehret 
Franklin  Glasgow  Emrick 
John  Curtis  Ermentrout 
Gladden  Howard  Esch 
Audrey  Thomas  Etcheson 
Kenneth  Leo  Ettenson 
Donald  Legreid  Faulkner 
Delbert  Edward  Fiock 
William  Dee  Fooks 
Herbert  Charles  Froeschle 
Bob  James  Garrard 
Ellington  Douglas  Golden 
Robert  Arthur  Gopel 
James  Hajek 
Albert  Weston  Hall 
John  Wilbert  Hammer 
Henry  George  Heubach 
Malvin  Merl  Hickman 
Charles  Roosevelt  Hitchcock 
Lyle  Edward  Hoffman 
Robert  Francis  Hoffman 
Fred  Drury  Hollenbeck,  Jr, 
Fred  William  Huebener 
Ardell  C.  Jones 
Henry  S.  Joseph 
John  Keller  Karlovic 
Howard  August  Kellermann 
James  David  Kelley 
Eugene  Charles  Kennedy 
Floyd  Worman  Kerr 


Arnold  John  Kiburz,  Jr. 
Richard  McLaury  King 
Maurice  Ray  Laskow 
Howard  James  Lowe 
Raymond  Rex  Manion 
Thomas  Jilson  Martin 
Walter  Nels  Herbert  Matthias 
Robert  Daniel  May,  Jr. 
Ivan  Ransom  Miller 
Elwyn  Eugene  Minard 
Julian  Donald  Morgan 
Harold  A.  Myers 
Oscar  J.  B.  Nowlin 
Carl  Henry  Olson 
TiLFORD  Andrew  Olson 
Raymond  James  O'Neill 
William  James  Osman 
Elbert  Cameron  Page 
Dale  Root  Peterson 
Charles  William  Pflager,  Jr. 
George  David  Pring 
John  Newton  Renard 
Frank  James  Ronchetti 
Carlton  Parker  Russell 
Leo  Herman  Sams 
Samuel  Joseph  Scott,  Jr. 
Joseph  Woodrow  Shamel 
Howard  Henry  Herman  Sievers 
Floyd  Barton  Simmen 
LeRoy  C.  Smallenberger 
Ben  Hubert  Smith,  Jr. 
Leland  Prather  Smith 
Wayne  Goff  Smith 
Edmund  Gerald  Sperlin 
Robert  Bertel  Staley 
Robert  Wilbur  Stebbings 
Eugene  Newton  Steely 
Raymond  Balthasar  Steiner 
Melvin  Roy  Stengel 
Herbert  Raymond  Stokes 
Franklin  Edward  Todd 
Charles  William  Tullock 
James  McClure  Turner 
Harold  Anthony  Wallace 
William  Patrick  Ward 
Arthur  Allen  Warford 
Allan  Edgar  Weidman 
Louis  Wilbert  Wiese 
Jack  Frederick  Wilson 
Robert  St.  John  Wilton 
Jerome  Wesley  Wisniewski 
Louis  Anton  Wright 
Tommy  Gerald  Wright 
Charles  Potter  Yates 


Commissions  Presented  May  24,  jpj^  53 

Commissions  as  Brevet  Captains,  Illinois  National  Guard 

John  Brocko  LeRoy  John  Koehler 

Robert  John  Craner  Howard  Hinds  McCarl 

Hiram  Edwin  Fite  Timothy  Graham  Miner 

Jules  Emmable  Gonseth  Edward  Allen  Timm 
Anthony  Murray  Horn 


Prizes  and  Awards 


Colleges  and  Schools  at  Urbana 


Allerton  American  Traveling 
Scholarships  in  Architecture 
Dean  Farrar  Hilfinger 
James  Marion  Hunter 

Alpha  Chi  Sigma  Plaque  in 
Chemistry 
Philip  Hill 

Alpha  Kappa  Psi  Medallion  in 
Commerce 
Harold  A.  Wesebaum 

Alpha  Rho  Chi  Medal  in 
Architecture 
Morton  Austin  Newcomb 

Alpha  Zeta  Cup  in  Agriculture 
Paul  Lewis  Poiret 

American  Institute  of  Architects 
Medal 

Arthur  Emil  Rigolo,  First 
William  Francis  Newkirk, 
Second 

American  Legion  Awards  to 
Sophomores  in  Military  Science 
and  Tactics 
Richard  Coumains  Hall, 

Infantry 
Charles  William  Smith, 

Field  Artillery 
William  Phillips  Talbot, 

Cavalry 
Wesley  Olin  Wigginton, 

Engineers 
Edgar  August  Post, 

Signal  Corps 
John  William  Powell, 

Coast  Artillery 

American  Society  of  Civil 

Engineers  Awards 

Central  Illinois  Section: 
Melvin  Arthur  Dobbs 
Edgar  John  Luetzelschwab 

Illinois  Section: 
Eugene  Louis  Wittenborn 

Ira  O.  Baker  Prizes  in  Civil 
Engineering 

Edgar  John  Luetzelschwab,  FjVj^ 
Kenneth  Raymond  Leifermann, 
Second 


Cavalry  Medal 

Maurice  Johnson  Shroyer 

Thomas  Arkle  Clark  (Phi  Eta 
Sigma)  Scholarship  Prize 
Richard  Coumains  Hall 

Delta  Theta  Epsilon  Trophy  in 
Physical  Education 

WiLLMER  OlOF  AlSTROM 

English  Poetry  Prizes 
Luke  Creel,  First 
Donovan  Earl  Pratt,  Second 
James  Kleinhenn  Munnis, 
Second 

Field  Artillery  Trophies 
(Connor  Cups) 
Millard  Eugene  Castle 
Donald  Edward  Glassco 
George  Mark  Harding 

Foundation  for  Architecture  and 
Landscape  Architecture 

Architecture: 

Arthur  Emil  Rigolo 

Joseph  Stein 
Landscape  Architecture: 

Clifford  George  Petrie 

Richard  George  Redell 

Gamma  Sigma  Delta  Prize  in 
Agriculture 
Elbert  Elwood  Carson 

Thacher  Rowland  Guild 
Memorial  Prize 
Joseph  Norman  Hesselschwerdt, 

First 
David  Llewellyn  Pettigrew, 
Honorable  Mention 

Hazelton  Medal  in  Military 
Science  and  Tactics 
Charles  J.  Nilsson 

Intercollegiate  Conference  Medal 
for  Excellence  in  Scholarship 
and  Athletics 

Ralph  Jerome  Epstein 

Iota  Sigma  Pi  Prize  in  Chemistry 
Mildred  Ruth  Chapin 


Prizes  and  Azvards 


55 


Italian  Government  Award 
Jean  Armstrong 

Kate  Neal  Kinley  Memorial 
Fellowship  in  the  Fine  Arts 
Arthur  Bassin,  M.S.,  1932 

]\Iu  Kappa  Alpha  Cup  in  Music 
Mary  Miller 

Omega  Beta  Pi  Prize  in 
Pre-A'Iedical  Work 
Norman  James  Ehrlich 

Pershing  Rifles  Medals 

Wesley  Olin  Wigginton 
Fr.\nk  Anton  Kveton 
Irwin  Raymond  Hoener 

Phalanx  Awards  to  Freshmen  in 
Military  Science  and  Tactics 

Emil  FR.A.NK  Fernholz,  Infantry 
John  Albert  Theodore,  Field 

Artillery 
Paul  Woodrow  Neidhardt, 

Cavalry 
Albert  Edward  Bitter,  Engineers 
Louis  Henry  Gaefke,  Signal 

Corps 
Norman  Lutz  Jeppesen,  Coast 

Artillery 

Phi  Beta  Kappa  Prize 

Wilson  McNeil  Lowry,  First 
Frances  Margaret  Lance, 

Honorable  Mention 
^Margaret  Walker  Jones, 

Honorable  Mention 

Phi  Kappa  Phi  (Sparks 
Memorial)  Graduate  Fellowship 
John  Victor  Shelford 

Pi  Alpha  Xi  Shield  in 
Floriculture 
John  Robert  Culbert 

Pi  Tau  Sigma  Freshman 
Scholarship  Award 
Winston  Joe  Wayne 

Plym  Fellowship  in  Architecture 

Charles  Garman  Rummel, 
B.S.,  1933 


Plym  Foreign  Scholarship  in 
Architectural  Engineering 

Richart  Lamping  Troxel, 
B.S.,  1929 

Plym  Prizes  in  Architectural 
Engineering 

George  Colonel  Metz,  First 
David  Richard  Cervin,  Second 
James  Marion  Hunter,  Third 

Plym  Prize  for  Sketch  Problems 
William  Hadley  Buchholz 

Plym  Prize  for  Summer  Sketches 
Morton  Austin  Newcomb 

Ricker  Prize  in  the  History  of 
Architecture 

Dean  Farrar  Hilfinger,  First 
David  Richard  Cervin,  Second 
James  Marion  Hunter,  Third 

Scarab  Medal  in  Architecture 
Louis  Bernard  Arenson 

Scarab  Medal  in  Architectural 
Engineering 
John  Sutherland  Winbigler 

Scarab  Medal  in  Landscape 
Architecture 
Clifford  George  Petrie 

Sigma  Delta  Chi  Scroll  and  Key 
for  Seniors  in  Journalism 
Ellen  Lois  Ryniker 
Ruth  Evelyn  Hodsdon 
Jane  Eunice  Marr 
Betty  Stuart  Smith 
Ruby  Kathryn  Jones 
Elizabeth  Gretchen  Nardine 
Charles  Everette  Flynn 

Sigma  Delta  Kappa  Cup  in  Law 
Kenneth  David  Thomas 

Signal  Corps  Medals  and  Insignia 

Paul  Henry  Lanphier 
David  John  Lundberg 
James  Charles  Skorcz 


56 


Prizes  and  Awards 


Thrift  Essay  Prize 

Louis  McGlenthen  Kessler 

Sarah  Bradley  Tyson  Memorial 
Fellowship 

Nelva  Margaret  Weber 


University  Gold  Medal  in 
Military  Science  and  Tactics 

Irwin  Raymond  Hoener,  First 
Richard  Coumains  Hall,  Second 

University  Landscape 
Architecture  Society  Prize 
Nelva  Margaret  Weber 


Colleges  in  Chicago 


Alpha  Omega  Alpha  Membership 
Awards  in  Medicine 

Benjamin  Burt  Elster,  B.S. 
Harold  Samuel  Feinhandler, 

B.S. 
Hyman  Harry  Goldstein,  B.S. 
Clarence  P.  Holoffe,  B.S. 
Jerome  Jacob  Hurwich,  M.S. 
Harold  Kahn,  B.S. 
Maurice  Kaplan,  B.S. 
David  Rosenbloom,  B.S. 
Henry  Carl  Rosenstiel,  B.S. 
Reuben  Rubisoff,  B.S. 
Milton  Morris  Scheffler,  B.S. 
Harry  Robert  Schwartz,  B.S. 
Anton  Smerz,  B.S. 
Alex  Sol  Tulsky,  B.S. 

Samuel  L.  Antonow  Prize  in 
Pharmacy 
Eleanor  D.  Mioduszewski 

William  Beaumont  Prize  in 
Medicine 

Raymond  C.  Ingraham,  Ph.D. 

Herman  Elich  Prize  in  Chemistry 
LaFayette  Parrish,  Jr. 

William  Gray  Prize  in  Pharmacy 
George  Edward  Thornton 

Hodel-Saltiel-Hodel  Prize  in 
Pharmacy 
Ben  Efrussy 

Lambda  Kappa  Sigma  Key  in 
Pharmacy 
Eleanor  D.  Mioduszewski 

Omicron  Kappa  Upsilon  Awards 
in  Dentistry 
Frank  Joseph  Kos,  B.S. 
Frank  Charles  Besic 
Ben  Bernard  Block,  B.S. 
Jacob  Martin  Goldstein,  B.S. 


Lee  M.  Pedigo  Prize  in 
Materia  Medica 

Arnold  Carl  Christensen 


Alice  E.  Pelikan  Prize  in 
Materia  Medica 
Ruth  Warsaw 

Rho  Chi  Membership  Awards 
in  Pharmacy 

Harry  William  Adams 
Arnold  Carl  Christensen 
Victor  Lee  Davis 
Ben  Efrussy 

Andrew  Vincent  Indovina 
Leon  Kaplan 
Eleanor  D.  Mioduszewski 
Mitchel  Nieman 
Mathias  Joseph  Oehlberg 
LaFayette  Parrish,  Jr. 
Thomas  A.  Reed 
Murray  Matt  Scharf 
Hyman  Schwartz 
George  Edward  Thornton 
Ruth  Warsaw 
Julian  Zweig 

Andrew  Scherer  Prize  in 
Pharmacy 
Thomas  A.  Reed 

Seminar  Prize  in  Dentistry 

Frank  Joseph  Kos,  First 
Ben  Bernard  Block,  B.S.,  Second 
Jacob  Martin  Goldstein,  B.S., 
Third 

Sigma  Xi  Prize  in  Medicine 
Roy  Kenneth  Snyder,  B.S. 


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Auld  Lang  Syne 

Should  auld  acquaintance  be  forgot, 
And  never  brought  to  mind? 

Should  auld  acquaintance  be  forgot, 
And  days  of  auld  lang  syne? 

For  auld  lang  syne,  my  dear, 
For  auld  lang  syne; 
We'll  take  a  cup  o'  kindness  yet, 
For  auld  lang  syne. 


Order  of  Exercises 


Commencement  Procession 


Prelude 

}ilarch  of  Homage Wagner 

First  movement  from  Symphony  in  E-flat  minor Franchetti 

Valse   Triste Sibelius 

UNIVERSITY  CONCERT  BAND 

Albert    Austin    Harding,    Director 


Invocation 


The  Reverend  JOHN  H.  GARDNER,  Jr.,  D.D. 
First   Presb3'terian   Church,  Urbana 


Commencement  Address 

ARTHUR  CUTTS  WILLARD,  B.S.,  D.Eng.,  LL.D. 
President  of  the  University 

Interlude 

Scene  from  the  "Nibelungen  Ring" Wagner 

UNIVERSITY  CONCERT  BAND 


Conferring  of  Degrees 

PRESIDENT   WILLARD 

Singing  of  "Auld  Lang  Syne" 

THE  AUDIENCE 

Benediction 

The  Reverend  Dr.  GARDNER 

Postlude 

March  from  the  Sixth  Symphony Tschaikowsky 

UNIVERSITY  CONCERT  BAND 


Candidates  for  Degrees 

The  Graduate  School 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 

In  Agronomy 

Robert  Estes  Fore,  B.S.,  Iowa  State  College,  1929;  M.S.,  1931.  Tillering  and 
other  characters  influencing  yield  in  an  oat  hybrid. 

In  Animal  Husbandry 

Wesley  Patterson  Garrigus,  B.S.,  Connecticut  Agricultural  College,  1931 ; 
M.S.,  1933.  Some  effects  of  plant  species  and  stage  of  maturity  on  the 
forage  consumption  of  grazing  steers  of  various  weights. 

In  Bacteriology 

William  Arthur  AIiller,  B.S.,  1929;  M.S.,  University  of  Pennsylvania,  1931. 
A  study  of  pathogenic  yeasts. 

In  Botany 

Orie  Jacob  Eigsti,  A.B.,  Goshen  College,  1931 ;  A.M.,  1933.  A  morphological 
and  cytological  investigation  of  certain  members  of  the  Resedaceae. 

Charlotte  Liebtag  Grant,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1926;  A.M.,  1927.  Plant 
structure  as  influenced  by  soil  moisture. 

Opal  Cameron  Hartline,  B.S.,  McKendree  College,  1925 ;  M.S.,  1932.  The 
hydrogen-ion  concentration  of  plants  as  affected  by  the  environment. 

In  Chemistry 

\\'arren  Cotton  Ashley,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1929,  1930.  I.  The  action  of  sodium 
ethoxide  on  levo-ethyl  alpha-phenylsulfonebutyrate.  II.  The  reaction  of 
optically  active  nitrates  on  active  methylene  compounds. 

Otto  Karl  Behrens,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1932 ;  A.M.,  1933.  Investiga- 
tions on  a  hitherto  unrecognized  component  of  proteins. 

William  Frank  Bradley,  A.B.,  1930.  X-ray  diffraction  studies  of  some  clay 
colloids. 

John  Ewart  Clemens,  A.B.,  1930.    A  study  of  surface  ionization. 

Laddie  Fr.\ncis  Dobry,  B.S.,  1930;  M.S.,  Purdue  University,  1932.  The  role  of 
the  liquid  film  in  gas  absorption ;  kinetics  of  reaction  of  two  gases  at  a 
liquid  interface. 

John  Clifford  Eck,  B.S.,  Montana  State  College,  1931 ;  M.S.,  1932.  I.  Com- 
pounds related  to  lysine.    II.  The  chemistry  of  rubrene. 

Carlin  Frary  Gibbs,  B.S.,  Knox  College,  1930;  M.S.,  1932.  Reactions  of  halo- 
genated  amines. 

William  Edward  Hanford,  B.S.,  Philadelphia  College  of  Pharmacy  and  Science, 
1930;  M.S.,  1932.  I.  Effect  of  substituents  on  the  rate  of  racemization  of 
optically  active  diphenyls:  preparation  and  resolution  of  five  4-substituted- 
2-methoxy-2'-nitro-6'-carboxydiphenyls.    II.  The  constitution  of  vasicine. 

Charles  Norman  ^JcCarty,  A.B.,  Albion  College,  1931 ;  M.S.,  1933.  Observa- 
tions on  the  rare  earths  :  The  quantitative  estimation  of  some  of  the  rare 
earth  ores  by  means  of  their  arc  spectra. 

Rich.\rd  Hugh  McCoy,  A.B.,  Earlham  College,  1929;  M.S.,  1931.  The  concen- 
tration and  properties  of  an  unknown  protein  component. 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  lo,  IQ33 


Edwin  Theodore  Mertz,  A.B.,  University  of  Montana,  1931 ;  M.S.,  1933.  The 
metabolism  of  the  five-carbon  amino  acids. 

Curtis  Erdmund  Meyer,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1931,  1932.  The  chemistry  and  metabolism 
of  certain  protein  components. 

Charles  Rudolph  Naeser,  B.S.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1931 ;  M.S.,  1933. 
Observations  on  the  rare  earths:  I.  The  atomic  weight  of  gadolinium.  II. 
Studies  on  the  electrolytic  reduction  of  ytterbium. 

Lester  Edward  Schniepp,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1931 ;  M.S.,  1932. 
I.  The  reactions  of  S-aminovaleric  acid  derivatives.  II.  Dibiphenylene-di-P- 
alkylphenyl    ethanes. 

Richard  Seyfarth  Schreiber,  A.B.,  Wabash  College,  1931.  The  preparation  and 
properties  of  substituted  sulfonamides. 

John  Bickford  Shields,  B.S.,  University  of  Nevada,  1929.  The  vapor  density 
of   potassium  chloride. 

Max  Lang  Spealman,  B.S.,  University  of  California,  1929.  Atomic  gas  reac- 
tions: The  recombination  of  atomic  hydrogen  in  the  presence  of  hydrogen 
chloride. 

WiLBER  Otis  Teeters,  B.S.,  University  of  Iowa,  1930;  M.S.,  1933.  I.  The  chem- 
istry of  wool.    II.     Condensation  reactions  of  cyclic  ketones. 

Jack  Theo  Thurston,  B.S.,  University  of  Nevada,  1931 ;  AI.S.,  1933.  The  reac- 
tions of  the  salts  and  derivatives  of  secondary  nitro  compounds. 

Arthur  M.  Van  Arendonk,  A.B.,  Hope  College,  1930.  I.  The  stereochemistry  of 
2,2',6,6'-tetra-substituted  diphenyls.  II.  The  preparation  and  properties  of 
certain  oxonium  compounds  of  branched  chain  carbinols.  III.  The  stereo- 
chemistry of  cyclohexane  derivatives.    IV.  Addendum. 

Donald  Haven  West,  A.B.,  Carroll  College,  1931 ;  A.M.,  1932.  Observations  on 
the  rare  earths:  The  preparation  and  study  of  some  of  the  rare  earth  metal 
amalgams. 

Madelyn  Womack,  B.S.,  Texas  State  College  for  Women,  1931 ;  M.S.,  1933.  New 
indispensable  amino  acids. 

In  Classics 

Alfreda  Kathryn  Stallman,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1932 ;  A.M.,  1933. 
Friedrich  Nietzsche  as  an  interpreter  of  classical  culture.  Part  I.  The 
schoolboy  and  university  student. 

In  Economics 

Thor  William  Bruce,  A.B.,  Lawrence  College,  1923;  A.M.,  1931.  Community 
industrial  financing  plans. 

William  Edward  Folz,  B.S.,  Evansville  College,  1927;  M.S.,  1933.  The  financial 
crisis  of  1819:    A  study  in  a  post-war  economic  readjustment. 

Wayne  Linton  McMillen,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1932,  1933.  The  air  express  service  in 
the  United  States. 

Merten  Joseph  Mandeville,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1921,  1922.  The  American  merchant 
marine  problem:    Its  development  from  1920  to  1932. 

John  Junior  Thornborrow,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1932,  1933.  A  national  policy  for  elec- 
trical communications  for  the  United  States  (with  special  reference  to  com- 
petition and  monopoly). 

Paul  Marion  Van  Arsdell,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1927,  1929.  Development  of  the  concept 
of  private  business  borrowing  from  the  sixth  century  B.C.  to  the  eighteenth 
century  a.d. 

In  Education 

Donald  Leroy  Quinsey,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1924,  1932.  The  educational  theory  of 
American  courts. 

In  Engineering 

Cloyde  Moffett  Smith,  B.S.,  M.S.,  E.M.,  1920,  192S,  1934.  The  resistance  of 
mine  timbers  to  the  flow  of  air,  as  determined  by  models. 

Max  Suter,  Diplom  Ingenieur,  Federal  Polytechnic  School  (Switzerland),  1913; 
M.S.,  1933.     A  critical  analysis  of  the  water  hammer  theory. 

David  Edgar  Wiegand,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1931,  1932.    A  study  of  magnetic  recording. 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  jo,  1935 


In  English 

James  Paul  Brawner,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Washington  and  Lee  University,  1924,  1925. 

The  Warres  of  Cyrus,  a  tragedj^,  edited  with  an  introduction  and  notes. 
Jesse  W.  Harris,  B.S.,  A.M.,   1927,   1928.    The  life  and  works  of  John  Bale 

(1495-1563). 

In  German 

Gerrit  Hermann  Rudolph  Memming,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1932,  1933.  Niederdeutsche 
"Vorloopvertellsels,"  mit  besonderer  Riicksicht  auf  Ostfriesland. 

In  History 

Sydney  Nettleton  Fisher,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Oberlin  College,  1928,  1932.  Sultan 
Bayezit  H  and  the  foreign  relations  of  Turkey. 

In  Mathematics 

John  Wesley  Cell,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1928,  1929.  Second  order  linear  differential 
equations  invariant  with  respect  to  linear  fractional  substitution  groups  of 
finite  order. 

James  Avas  Cooley,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Indiana  University,  1928,  1929.  Certain  sym- 
metric surfaces  and  curves  invariant  in  Dejonquieres  transformations. 

Gerald  Boone  Huff,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Southern  Methodist  University,  1929,  1930. 
Discontinuous  groups  associated  with  the  Cremona  groups. 

Clarence  George  Schilling,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1926,  1931.  Some  geometric  applica- 
tions of  algebraic  correspondences. 

In  Physics 

Richard   Kaufman    Cook,    B.S.,    M.S.,    1931,    1932.      Bounds    on    characteristic 

energies  of  atomic  systems. 
Richard    James    Duffin,    B.S.,    1932.      Galvanomagnetic    and    thermomagnetic 

phenomena. 
TuLLY   Franklin  Watson,   A.B.,   M.S.,   University   of   Oklahoma,    1928,    1930. 

Band  spectra  of  some  diatomic  oxides. 

In  Political  Science 
Valentine  Jobst,  HI,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1926,  1931.     Some  questions  of  treaty  law. 

In  Psychology 

Sarah  Catherine  Ferrall,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1929,  1930.  The  absolute  judgment  of 
temporal  intervals. 

Glen  Finch,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1930;  A.M.,  1931.  The  effect  of  pro- 
tracted exposure  to  intense  tonal  stimuli  on  auditory  acuity  in  dogs. 

In  Romance  Languages 

Donald  Fowler  Brown,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1932;  A.M.,  1933.  The  influ- 
ence of  Emile  Zola  on  the  novelistic  and  critical  works  of  Emilia  Pardo 
Bazan. 

George  Hausbroucq  Perrine,  A.B.,  Hamilton  College,  1925 ;  A.M.,  1928. 
L'Art  d'Amours,  a  fourteenth  century  translation  from  Ovid,  critically 
edited  from  AIS.  881  of  the  Bibliotheque  Nationale  and  MS.  2741  of  the 
Bibliotheque  de  I'Arsenal,  Paris. 

Cecil  Lewis  Rew,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1919;  A.M.,  1927.  Literary 
theories  of  the  French  romanticists:  A  study  of  their  principal  critical 
writings. 

Alphonse  Victor  Roche,  A.B.,  State  College  of  Washington,  1928;  A.M.,  1931. 
Les  idees  traditionalistes  en  France  et  le  traditionalisme  de  Charles 
Maurras. 

In  Zoology 

William  Carl  Van  Deventer,  A.B.,  Central  College,  1930;  A.M.,  1932.  Studies 
on  the  biology  of  the  crayfish  Cambarus  propinqutis  Girard. 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  lo,  iQSS 


Candidates  for  Professional  Degrees  in  Engineering 

The  Degree  of  Electrical  Engineer 
Carl  Anders  Borgeson,  B.S.,  1925;  M.S.,  New  York  University,  1933 

The  Degree  of  Mechanical  Engineer 

Frederick  Moore  Littell,  B.S.,  1928 
Chester  J.  Scanlan,  B.S.,  1919 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Architecture 

Olaf  Stavsing  Fjelde,  B.S.,  University  of  Minnesota,  1924 
William  Allaman  Ganster,  B.S.,  1930 
Joseph  Stein,  B.S.,  1934 

In  Botany 

Virginia  Beatrice  Gangstad,  A.B.,  1934 

Nelva    Margaret   Weber,   A.B.,    Illinois   Wesleyan   University,    1931 ;    B.F.A., 
1934 

In  Chemistry 

Robert  Wall  Sapp,  A.B.,  Duke  University,  1934 

In  Classics 
Alice  Bernadine  Abell  Brewer,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College, 

1925 
Helen  Marie  Grabner,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1934 
Natalie  Elizabeth  Hunter,  A.B.,  AlacMurray  College,  1934 
Bertel  Sorensen  Larsen,  A.B.,  Carthage  College,  1934 
Nathalie  Lytle,  A.B.,  Monmouth  College,  1934 
Mary  Minerva  McIntire,  A.B.,  1906 

In  Economics 

Lester  Everett  Kilpatrick,  A.B.,  Geneva  College,  1934 

Glenn  Wasson  Miller,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1934 

Samltel  Joseph  Naylor,  A.B.,  Carthage  College,  1933 

Joseph  Manfred  Thompson,  A.B.,  1934 

In  Education 

Arthur  Grant  Adams,  B.S.,  Central  Missouri  State  Teachers  College,  1926 

Leland  Powers  Bradford,  A.B.,  1931 

Merrill  Clifford  Faulk,  A.B.,  191 7 

Fred  Clark  Hill,  A.B.,  1934 

Foster  Wood  McCarty,  A.B.,  1931 

Robert  Schumann  Trask,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1933 

In  English 

Emerald  Garrett  Ballard,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Mississippi,  1931 
Vernita  M.  Crawford,  A.B.,  1926 

Anne  Elizabeth  Lauterbach,  A.B.,  Northwestern  University,  1933 
Stefania  Thorlakson,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1924 


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In  Geography 
Alden  Denzel  Cutshall,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1932 

In  History 

Martin  Paul  Claussen,  A.B.,   1934 
Edmxind  Snively,  A.B.,  1933 
Edward  George  Weltin,  A.B.,  1934 

In  Library  Science 

Donald  Winston  Kohlstedt,  A.B.,  B.S.(Lib.),  1929,  1930 

Glenn  Robert  AIaynard,  B.S.,  Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1931 ;  B.S. (Lib.), 

1933 
Arnold   Whitney   Rosaaen,    A.B.,    Iowa    State   University,    1928;    B.S. (Lib.), 
1929 

In  Mathematics 

William  Henry  Green,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1927 

Samantha  Gertrude  Hendrix,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1926 

Mary  Oona  AIarquardt,  A.B.,  1932 

Miriam  Enid  Nash,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1934 

Robert  McDowell  Thrall,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1935 

In  Political  Science 

Nils  Bernhard  Berdahl,  A.B.,  Augustana  College  (S.D.),  1932 
Jean  Isabelle  Gerber,  B.S.,  1933 
Julian  Donald  Morgan,  A.B.,  1934 

In  Romance  Languages 

Alice  Janette  Cruze,  A.B.,  L^niversity  of  Arkansas,  1934 

Marie  Louise  Michaud,  A.B.,  1934 

Virgil  Leslie  Sikes,  A.B.,  1933 

Catherint:  Geraldine  Williams,  A.B.,  1934 

Faith  Stata  Williams,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1930 

In  Sociology 
Marguerite  Kennedy  Berg,  A.B.,  1919 

In  Transportation 
Robert  Cheng-Sien  Chen^  B.S.,  Chiao-Tung  University,   1931 

In  Zoology 

Sheldon  Edward  Domm,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1934 
Mary  Mildred  Dunlap,  A.B.,  Oklahoma  College  for  Women,  193 1 
Russell  Perry  Hager,  A.B.,  Bates  College,  1934 
Walter  Henry  Leigh,  A.B.,  Greenville  College,  1934 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Accountancy 
LowRY  Frank   McKee,   B.S.,   Oklahoma  Agricultural   and   Mechanical   College, 

1934 
Henry  Virginius  Moore,  B.S.,  College  of  William  and  Mary,  1933 


10  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  lo,  1935 

In  Agricultural  Economics 
Julius  Wayne  Reitz,  B.S.,  Colorado  Agricultural  College,  1930 

In  Agronomy 
Larue  Claude  Chapman,  B.S.,  1933 

In  Architecture 
Harris  Atteridge  Kemp,  B.S.,  1934 

In  Bacteriology 

Joseph  Ortan  Alberts,  B.S.,  1934 
MiLO  Donaldson  Appleman,  A.B.,  1931 

In  Ceramic  Engineering 
William  Bolingbroke  Silverman,  B.S.,  1933 

In  Chemistry 
Richard  Thomas  Arnold,   B.Ed.,   Southern   Illinois   State   Normal   University, 

1934 
Glen  Eliphalet  Babcock,  B.S.,  1933 
Frank  Elliot  Birkett,  B.S.,  1933 

William  Alfred  Fessler,  B.S.,  University  of  Tulsa,  1934 
Ellsworth  Henderson,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1932 
Madison  Hunt,  A.B.,  1934 
Frank  George  Jonelis,  B.S.,  1934 
Charles  Martin  Lydy,  B.S.,  1934 
Bernard  Charles  Marklein,  B.S.,  1934 
Arthur  Leslie  Neal,  B.S.,  Monmouth  College,  1934 
Charles  Edward  Niehaus,  B.S.,  1933 

Leslie  Byron  Poland,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1934 
Harold  James  Read,  B.S.,  1934 
Marvin  Toussaint  Schmidt,  B.S.,  1934 
Horace  Marion  Tenney,  B.S.,  Greenville  College,  1931 
Wilbur  Glen  Tilbury,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1928 
Harry  Tuthill  Vail,  B.S.,  Wayne  University,  1934 
Richard  Haven  Wiley,  A.B.,  1934 

In  Civil  Engineering 

Georges   Economou,   B.S.,   Robert    College,    1934 

Ferhat  Rasit  Ergun,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1934 

Mehmet    Cemil    Iz,    B.S.,    Robert    College,    1931 

George  Constantin  Karadjopoulos,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1934 

Yani  Tsulluoglou  (Karfopoulos),  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1934 

Hovhannes  N.  Khoubesserian,  B.S.,  Utah  State  Agricultural  College,  1934 

Muhiddin  Kiashif,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1934 

Lutfi  Hikmet  Nourhan,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1934 

Savas  Panayotides,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1934 

George  Theodore  Valsamidis,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1933 

In  Dairy  Husbandry 

Melancthon  Herbert  Alexander,  B.S.,  1925 
Carl  Newlin  Conover,  B.S.,  1931 


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In  Economics 

Chester  LeRoy  Blomberg,  B.S.,  1933 
Robert  W.  Field,  B.S.,  University  of  Colorado,  1934 
Philomena  Lois  AIarquardt,  B.S.,  1934 
Benjamin  Wilson  Weisiger,  B.S.,  1934 

In  Education 

Leroy  Jesse  Baker,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1931 
Olaf  Reynold  Blomquist,  A.B.,  Augustana  College,  1934 
AIarjorie  Mae  AIarriott,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1934 
Virginia  Louise  Noble,  B.S.,  Shurtleff  College,  1934 

WiLLARD    AIlLLER    RuNYON,    A.B.,     I924 

LeVona  Voigt,  A.B.,  1934 

Frank  Chaffin  Willis,  B.S.,  1934 

In  Entomology 
George  Koch  Schumaker,  B.S.,  Pennsylvania  State  College,  1933 

In  Geology 
John  Frederick  Barrett,  B.S.,  Beloit  College,  1934 

In  Home  Economics 

Darline  McCreery  Knowles,  A.B.,  1932 

Ethel  Romeyn  Markland,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1931 

In  Horticulture 

William  Henry  Duis,  B.S.,  1933 
LuciAN  Hart  Strubinger,  B.S.,  1926 

In  Library  Science 

Dorothy  AIoyer  Halmos,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1924;  B.S. (Lib.),  1927 
Myrtle  Irene  McNeil,   B.S.,  University  of  Vermont,   1920;   B.S. (Lib.),   New- 
York  State  Teachers  College,  1931 

In  Mathematics 
AIiLDRED  Ardell  Norval,  B.S.,  1934 

In  Physics 

George  Kentsteth  Green,  B.S.,  1933 

Robert  DuWayne  Miller,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1934 

John  Marshall  Nash,  B.S.,  1932 

In  Psychology 
Cora  Elisabeth  De  Boer,  B.S.,  Northwestern  University,  1934 

In  Theoretical  and  Applied  Mechanics 
Stanley  Urner  Benscoter,  B.S.,  1932 

In  Zoology 

Harlow  Whiting  Ades,  B.S.,  1934 

Thelma  Fish  Brown,  13. S.,  1932 

Saml^el  Wilbur  Howe,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1925 

Robert   Gust  Lindeborg,   B.S.,   1934 


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The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Isabel  Larsena  Adams,  with  Honors 

in  History 
Drusilla  Aden 
Glenn  Wakefield  Allen 
Richard  Allyn,  with  High  Honors  in 

Zoology 
Jean  Baird  Almy,  with  High  Honors 

in  Bacteriology 
Benjamin  Bernard  Alston 
Glenn  Charles  Ames 
Harold  Louis  Andersen 
Charles  Roy  Anderson 
Genevieve  Sarah  Anderson 
Alice  Jacquette  Appell,  with  Honors 

in  French 
Jean  Armstrong,  with  High  Honors 

in  French 
John  Barr  Armstrong 
Gerald  Leroy  Arnett 
Mary  Alice  Arnold 
Fred  Courtney  Arthur,  with  High 

Honors  in  English 
Margaret  Frances  Askren,  with 

Honors  in  French 
James  Thomas  Atkinson 
Charlotte  Theodora  Baer 
Ted  Welling  Baer 
RoscoE  Lawrence  Ball,  Jr. 
Harry  Banoff,  with  High  Honors 

in  Physics 
Henrietta  Elaine  Barlow,  with 

Honors  in  English 
Frank  Claude  Barnes 
Robert  Gilmore  Barrick,  with 

Honors  in  Chemistry 
Sam  Earth 

Helen  Louise  Bartlett 
Parker  Reynolds  Beamer,  with  High 

Honors  in  Bacteriology 
Louis  Ernest  Beckman,  Jr. 
MiLFORD  James  Benham 
RocHELLE  Bernstein 
Edward  Philip  Berry 
John  True  Beynon 
Oscar  Hoy  Bizzelle 
Charles  Theodore  Black,  with  High 

Honors  in  Zoology 
Harry  Bleiweiss,  with  Honors  in 

German 
Katherine  Ann  Block 
Walter  Henry  Blumenkamp 
Sam  Aaron  Boorstein 
Robert  Baumann  Borchers 


Harriet  Vivian  Bradbury,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Harold  Alton  Brader 
Marian  Louise  Bradford 
Floyd  Eugene  Brewer 
Esther  Briney 
Leonard  Paul  Brodt 
Pearl  Covert  Bromley,  with  Honors 

in  Psychology 
Roy  Webster  Brooks 
Olin  Lorraine  Browder,  Jr.,  with 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Mary  Louise  Brown,  with  High 

Honors  in  Bacteriology 
Katherine  Frances  Burrows 
Jean  Seaton  Cabeen 
Leona  Edner  B.  Cain 
Joan  Lee  Caperton 
George  Whitham  Carlin 
Dorothy  Joy  Carson 
Floyd  David  Cerf,  Jr. 
Margaret  Louise  Chamberlin 
Mary  Jane  Chandler 
Chris  William  Chibucos 
Abraham  Frederick  Citron 
Clinton  Oliver  Clark,  Jr. 
James  Wheeler  Clement,  with 

Honors  in  Chemistry 
Mary  Catherine  Cody 
Charles  Howells  Coffin,  Jr. 
Nathaniel  H.  Cohen 
Mary  Teal  Conklin 
Aubrey  Oliver  Cookman,  Jr. 
Harry  Lynn  Coonradt,  with  High 

Honors  in  Chemistry 
Ruth  Helen  Cooper 
Flossie  Madeline  Cord,  with  Honors 

in  German 
Mary  Jane  Corya 
Guilford  Henry  Couchman 
Mary  Elizabeth  Cover 
Charles  Chase  Curry,  Jr. 
Margaret  Ann  Curtis 
Louis  Albert  Daehler 
Helmut  Otto  Dahlke,  with  High 

Honors  in  Sociology 
Joseph  William  Danely 
Harriet  Isabel  Danley,  with 

Honors  in  Philosophy 
Marion  Marcella  Dawson 
John  Fisher  Day 
Shirley  Wentworth  Day 
Sylvester  Warren  Dickson 


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Marguerite  Althea  Donovan 
William  Morris  Dorm  an 
Viola  Ruth  Dunbar,  with  High 

Honors  in  English 
Buell  Duncan 
Theodore  Bradford  Durfee 
J.  Philip  Durham 
Mildred  Worcester  Easton 
Edna  Mae  Edwards,  with  Honors 

in  French 
Rlth  Eileen  Edwards 
Arthur  Eidman,  Jr. 
Carroll  George  Ekstrom 
William  Ferdinand  Ekstrom,  with 

High  Honors  in  Speech 
Frances  Eleanor  Elfstrand 
Regina  Esther  Elkes 
Robert  B.  Engstrom 
Leslie  Alan  Epstein,  with  Honors  in 

Chemistry 
Kenneth  Nelson  Eslinger 
Kenneth  Edward  Evans 
John  Dillon  Ewald 
"Sidney  J.  Ewald 
Ruth  Abigail  Ferguson 
Camille  Ferrara 
Josephine  Ferrara 
Evelyn  Ferrell 
William  Hosea  Ferrell,  with  Honors 

in  History 
Charles  Randall  Flachmann 
Lawson  Holland  Flanagan,  Jr. 
Robert  Martin  Fredrickson 
Estelle  Bernice  Freund 
Lillian  X.  Frost 
Elizabeth  Fulton 
John  Dudley  Gearon 
Evelyn  \1.\y  Gooding 
Kathryn  Mildred  Graham,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Robert  Hiram  Greeley 
Ruth  Mary  Green 
Janice  Elaine  Greider,  with  High 

Honors  in  English 
Dorothy  Marie  Greif 
Glenn  Frank  Griffin 
Glenn  Everett  Grose 
Josephine  Sarah  Hall 
Verna  Dorothy  Haller 
Harriett  Marie  Hamilton 
Ruth  Janet  Hamilton 
William  Francis  Harkins 
Everette  Bagby  Harris 
Hazel  Jane  Harrison 
Melville  Daniel  Hartman 
Palt.  Edward  Healy 
Robert  Renwick  Heer 


Paul  Theodore  Heerwagen 
Harry  Conrad  Heidinger 
Bertha  Amanda  Sofia  Helander 
Cecilia  Marian  Hellrung 
John  Edmund  Helm 
Thomas  Arthur  Henry 
Catherine  Lois  Hesselschwerdt, 

with  Honors  in  Mathematics 
Helen  Blanche  Hodgson 
Jesse  Walter  Hofer 
George  Florian  Houndt 
Katherine  Louise  Howell 
Dorothy  Marie  Hunt 
Kathryn  Winifred  Huxtable 
Rex  Leroy  Iler 

Frederick  Esselman  Isaminger,  Jr. 
Zelda  Sylvia  Isenberg 
Milfreida  Louella  Jared 
Elizabeth  Josephine  Johnson 
Paul  Joseph  Kaminski 
John  Gordon  Kasbeer 
Clarence  Henry  Kavanagh,  Jr. 
Eleanor  Keith 
Mary  Keith 
Grace  Kelley 
Sunny  Kennedy 
Virginia  Morris  Keusink 
Donald  Eugene  Kibbey 
Carolyn  Kimball,  with  Honors  in 

Speech 
Jean  Elizabeth  Koehler,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Martha  Leaine  Kohn 
Irwin  Harold  Krass-Kestin 
Ruth  Josephine  Kuhn 
Laltrance  Ward  LaSage,  with  High 

Honors  in  French 
Nancy  Louise  Leach 
Louis  Eugene  Leiter 
Orl-vn  Gregg  Lemen 
Alta  Hyde  Lewis,  with  Honors 

in  Speech 
Wayne  Thurlow  Lewis,  with  Honors 

in  Political  Science 
Jay  Benjamin  Lieberman,  with 

Honors  in  Philosophy  and 

Political  Science 
Eli  Allan  Lipman 
Imogene  Locke 
James  Mitchell  Logan 
John  Herbert  Lund 
Helen  Josephine  Luster,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Ruth  Ann  Lyddon 
Edith  Lytle 

Marcella  Eringer  McCauley 
Donald  Wayne  MacCloskey 


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Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  lo,  1935 


Catherine  Constance  McMahon 
William  Daniel  McMullen 
Norman  Anton  McQuown,  with 

Honors  in  German 
Robert  James  Madden 
Catherine  Portia  Malcolm 
Josephine  Rose  Malloy 
Dorothy  Elizabeth  Malone 
Martha  Louise  Maloney,  with 

Honors  in  Spanish 
Elizabeth  Kirwan  Mann 
James  Mann 

Raymond  Woodrow  Mason 
Marion  Lucille  Mathesius 
Mary  Jane  Matthews 
James  Wallace  Mecklin 
Grace  Meier,  with  Honors  in 

French 
Harry  Meirken 
Arnieta  Johanna  Meislahn 
Inez  Dorothy  Melin 
Frank  Richard  Mercer 
Lucretia  Marie  Michels 
Kathryn  Elizabeth  Miller 
Pearl  Rebecca  Miller 
Jeremiah  Minear,  Jr. 
Allegra  Claire  Montgomery,  with 

High  Honors  in  Philosophy 
Kathryn  Lucille  Moore 
Shirlie  L'Nee  Moorman 
Charles  William  Morris 
Constance  Amelia  Moses 
Anthony  Boniface  Mottel 
Wallace  Mulberry  Mulliken 
Milton  Mumford 
Helen  Elizabeth  Murphy 
James  Edward  Myers 
Dorothy  Louise  Nickel 
Louis  Lynn  Nickel 
Annette  Carolyn  Norton 
Mary  Margaret  Oldham 
Constance  Wiltberger  Padden 
Sarah  Alice  Patterson 
Frances  Myrtle  Patton 
James  Nelson  Payne 
Grace  Hazel  Pendleton 
Sam  Solomon  Pessin 
Vivian  Dodd  Peter 
Kenneth  Joseph  Pettigrew 
La  Nelle  Marie  Phelps 
Albert  Chadwick  Pierson 
Frances  Louise  Platt 
Frank  Theodore  Plattner,  with 

Honors  in  PoHtical  Science 
Bernice  Erma  Popp 


Ruth  Mills  Pownall 
Robert  James  Pree,  with  High 

Honors  in  Sociology 
Kate  Willard  Priestley,  with 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Elizabeth  Walker  Provine 
Charles  Staley  Puntney 
Ruth  Elizabeth  Putnam 
Robert  Walter  Quarton 
Hugh  Light  Ray,  Jr. 
Owen  Jordan  Reamer,  with  High 

Honors  in  English 
Robert  Lee  Redfern 
Rae  Helen  Reed 
John  Everett  Richards 
Edmond  Pairlie  Ricketts,  with  High 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Karl  Vincent  Rohlen 
William  Lloyd  Roller 
Bertil  Thorsten  Rosander 
Donald  Ivan  Roth 
Anna  Constance  Rubin 
Martha  Hartley  Rusk 
Helen  Louise  Russell 
Charles  Byron  Sabin 
Frederick  Warren  Salisbury 
John  Henry  Sanders 
Patricia  Sargeant 
John  Philip  Sawyer 
Winifred  Catherine  Scanlon 
John  Hammond  Schacht 
Irwin  Allen  Schein 
Annette  Viola  Scheyer 
Rose  Lillian  Schiller 
Walter  Phill  Schindel 
Maurice  Harold  Schy 
Joseph  Wright  Scott 
Virginia  Arensman  Scott 
Frank  Lawrence  Seamans 
Margaret  Frances  Seybold 
Elizabeth  K.  Shafer 
Charles  Elder  Shaver,  Jr. 
Jeannette  Shearer 
Bruce  Davidson  Shepherd 
George  Harry  Shevlin,  Jr. 
Charles  Francis  Short 
Luther  LeRoy  Siemers 
Clara  Kay  Silvian 
Harold  Meyer  Simon 
Sydney  Orrington  Simon 
Willard  Evans  Skidmore 
William  Albert  Skoglund 
Len  Howard   Small 
Catherine  Elizabeth  Elenore  Smith 


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AIary  Catherine  Smith,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Grace  Castello  Pope  Snyder,  with 

High  Honors  in  Historj^ 
John  Robert  Sommer 
Martha  Lucile  Spickerman 
AIarjorie  Carter  Steele 
Evelyn  Ann  Stern 
Elizabeth  Harriet  Sterne 
Katherine  Louise  Stiegemeyer 
Helen  Shirley  Stumbaugh 
2\Iary  Alice  Stuttle 
Dorothy  Lucille  Sundquist 
Irma  Louise  Swank 
Helene  Angeline  Szumkowski 
^La.rjorie  Caroline  Taylor,  with 

Honors  in  History 
Don  Wright  Thacker 
Agnes  Loomis  Thompson 
LaRue  Gayle  Thompson 
Robert   Bruce  Thomson 
Sidney  Theodore  Trappe 
Hildamarie  Treesh 
Robert  Dyer  Tucker 
S.  Ruth  Valbracht 
Frances  Vance 
Frances  Jean  Van  Tress 
Adele  Dorothy  \^on  Gerichten 
Harry  \'oshall 


Mary  Catherine  Waggoner 
Myron  Cooper  Walker 
Josephine  Hunt  Waller 
Joseph  Anton  Wanderscheid 
Thelma  Jane  Warren 
Jesse  Buren  Wasson 
John  Walter  Waterman 
Maynard  Otto  Weber 
Midge  Adele  Weinstein 
Carol  Western 
Bruce  Jacob  Wheeler 
Wendell  Ketterman  White 
Vera  Grace  Whitted 
Robert  Griswold  Wiese 
Matilda  Wiley 
Clarence  Melwin  Williams 
Frank  Morrell  Wilmer 
Lawrence  Bertell  Wilson 
Mabre  Delilah  Wise,  with  High 

Honors  in  EngHsh 
Philip  Patchin  Wolcott 
Annette  Margaret  Wolfram 
Dick  Hoblit  Woods,  with  Honors 

in  History 
John  Beadles  Wright 
Richard  Winston  Yocom 
Warren  George  Youngren 
Paula  Olga  Zeiter 
Theodore  Harold  Zimmerman 


In  Home  Economics 

Eunice  Eleanor  Baker  Helen  Fay  Roberts 

Harriett  Louise  Barrett  Elizebeth  Marie  Runkel,  with 
AIarie  Muirhead  Daugherty  Honors 

Velma  Marianne  Eichhorn  Mary  Ellen  Ruskamp,  with  Honors 

Virginia  Hindman  Jacqueline  Frances  Utterback 
Helen  King,  with  Honors 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Warren  Ambrose,  with  Honors  in 
Mathematics  and  Philosophy 

Charlotte  Bauer 

Jane  Elizabeth  Beck 

Louis  M.  Berman 

Henry  Scholten  Bernet,  with  High 
Honors  in  Chemistry 

WooDROw  Fewell  Boeke 

Kenneth  Nicholas  Boley 

David  Abraham  Bookshester 

Roberta  ]\La.urine  Burkey 

Robert  William  Collett 

Andrew  Victor  Dahlberg,  Jr. 


Peter  George  Duncan 

Wallace  Woodrow  Hagan,  with  High 

Honors  in  Geology 
Roy  Alan  Highsmith 
Everette  Carl  Holmgren 
Samuel  Dan  Iurillo 
Gerald  Gale  Johnston 
Charles  Wesley  Kerchner 
Richard  Douglas  Kleene 
Margaret  Charlotte  Koller 
Edward  Frank  Kosior 
Milton  Woodrow  Krissman 
Bruno  Kvetinskas 


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Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  lo,  1935 


Jeannette  Irene  Liljequist 
Jacob  Jack  Liss 
George  Eastman  Lynn 
Julie  Janet  McHale 
James  Alvah  McHard 
James  Charles  McLallen 
Arthur  Marcovitz 
William  Albert  Newton,  with 

Honors  in  Geology 
George  Busch  Phelps 
Mattie  Gaillard  Pitner 
Leo  Leiff  Roseman 


Alvin  George  Sharp 

Sister  Mary  Clotilda  Gartland 

Margaret  Mae  Snider 

Marion  Grace  Spivey,  with  Honors  in 

Physics 
Chester  Hendrie  Stokes 
JoPiN  Edward  Sullivan,  Jr. 
Charles  Gustav  Tilgner 
Helen  Celeste  Vogel 
Leonard  Wirth 
William   Fredrick   Wrath 


In  Chemistry 


Lester  Donald  Apperson 

Sam  Bernard  Becker 

Harold  Alexander  Campbell 

Harry  Garrett  Clay 

Robert  Elihu  Edwards,  Jr. 

Myron  Andrew  Elliott,  with  High 

Honors 
John  Harris  Haslam 
Richard  James  Hickey 
Philip  Nathan  Lipson 
Fred  Taylor  Marshall 


Robert  Lee  May 

Joseph  Lawrence  Murphy 

Edward  Andrew  Oberright 

Jacob  Oser 

James  Larimer  Rainey,  with  Honors 

Donald  Aaron  Rappoport 

Julian  Gilbert  Ryan 

Harry  Slosberg 

Glenn  Purcell  Smith 

Russell  Francis  Stedman 

Benjamin  Tabenkin 


In  Chemical  Engineering 


Candelario  Mata  Almendras 

John  Huffman  Baldwin 

William  John  Bengel 

John  Edward  Burgess 

Merle  H.  Chamberlin 

Charles  Kenneth  Cooper 

Martin  Davidson  Danford 

Harold  Sylvester  DuHamel 

Eugene  Allan  Fischer 

Jules  Wesley  Floreth 

Ralph  Vernon  Green 

Henry  Allen  Holler 

Joseph  Frank  Houdek 

Robert  Dale  Jacobson,  with  Honors 

Eugene  Leo  Klein 

William  Mondeng  Langdon 

Harry  Weber  McCulloch,  Jr. 


Victor  Gerald  Meadors,  with  High 

Honors 
Alfonso  Montero 
Edmond  S.  Peracchio 
Louis  Plambeck,  Jr.,  with  Honors 
Walter  A.  Pyhrr 
Thomas  Patrick  Quinn 
Robert  Charles  Reinhardt 
Clement  Edward  Rowe 
James  Philip  Shambaugh 
James  William  Starrett 
Gilbert  Lester  Stunkard 
Richard  Donald  Turner 
Ernest  Mitchell  Whitney 
Harry  Lentz  Willard 
Norman  Burns  Wilson 


The  College  of  Commerce  and  Business 
Administration 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Accountancy 

Howard  Good  Acker,  with  Honors  Edward  Thomas  Clark 

Charles  Roosevelt  Bash,  with  Honors      Robert  Hassett  Dadant,  with  Honors 

Gordon  Leon  Chapman  Arthur  Charles  Detrich 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  lo,  1935 


17 


William  Fenno  Dewey,  with  High 

Honors 
Louis  Driss 

Vernon  Euphrates  Elder 
William  Raymond  Fannin 
James  Gage  Fay 
Arthur  Nathan  Friedman 
Virgil  \'esco  Grant 
Benjamin  Woodrow  Hill 
Fred  Hiller 
Robert  Hotchkin 
Joseph  John  Kavolus 

ISABELLE   J.    KiNSELLA 

Edward  Charles  Konchal,  with 

Honors 
Carrel  Frederick  Miller,  with  High 

Honors 


Charles  Wallace  Morton 
Edward  Raymond  Nelson 
Richard  John  Piech 
Roy  Samuel  Ricketts 
William  Alex  Ropa 
Emery  Gaythor  Rutherford 
Milton  Robert  Schachtman 
Wilbur  Henry  Schauer 
Arthur  Robert  Seass,  with  Honors 
Ruth  Eva  Shayman 
Edwin  Earl  Sherman 
Lyle  Edward  Thompson 
Sawyer  Arnold  Tuller,  with  Honors 
John  Elmendorf  Watte,  with  Honors 
Wilbur  Mason  Young,  with  High 
Honors 


In  Banking  and  Finance 


LeRoy  Allison 
Clarence  Malcolm  Anderson 
Richard  Cary  Coddington 
Jacques  Andre  Dufresne 
Robert  Childs  Evans 
William  Joseph  Friend 
James  Thomas  Greene,  Jr. 
Robert  William  Grim,  with  High 

Honors 
Martin  August  Harnisch 
Gardner  Wilson  Heidrick 
George  Richard  Klein 


John  Leo  McNeil 
Alvin  AIerritt  Mickelson 
Francis  AL-vrion  Mitchell 
Gene  Wesner  Palmer 
Stanley  Donald  Pitzer 
Raymond  Glenn  Schneider 
Benjamin  Peter  Schrumpf 
Clifford  John  Stance 
William  Nurnberg  Taylor 
John  Wesley  Usborne 
Irwin  Richard  Valenta 


In  Commercial  Teaching 


Ruth  Elizabeth  Fisher 


In  Commerce  and  Law 


Harvey  Heath  Acton 
Louis  French  Axyea 
Thomas  Minard  Baker 
John  Henry  Barth 
John  Davis  Daily 
James  Arthur  Eaton 
Wesley  Alfred  Eberle 
Willard  Leland  Eckhardt 
Fred  Raymond  Eiseman,  Jr. 
Vernon  Andrew  Forsberg 
French  Levering  Fraker 
J.  H.\ROLD  Glascock 


Lawrence  Ray  Hatch 
Francis  William  Heckler 
Leland  Hopkins  Hunt 
Lyle  Gerald  Jacobson 
Robert  Henry  Kinderman 
Nelson  Hall  Layman 
Gilbert  Ernest  Oleson 
Roger  Duval  O'Neal 
Clarence  Eck  Partee 
Howard  Tice  Ruff 
William  Stewart  Scovill 
Oswald  Dan  Vespa 


In  Foreign  Commerce 
Ranald  Gregory  Rucker,  with  Honors       Gennaro  Stephen  Sarli 


W.  Carl  Allen 
Victor  Lynn  Baughman 
Alvin  Harold  Berndt 
Edwin  Leroy  Boynton 
Claire  Holcomb  Brooner 
Morris  N.  Burt 


In  General  Business 

M.A.RioN  Lillian  Cadwell 
Lowell  Jesse  Capoot 
Arthur  William  Carlson 
Donald  Allen  Garrison 
Erma  Gertrude  Cassady 
Harry  David  Chesney 


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Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  lo,  ip33 


Alice  Claeys 
Dorothy  Ellis  Coe 
John  Richard  Conner 
Harold  Eugene  Coogan 
Dorothy  Dean  Cook 
Isaac  Newton  Coolley,  Jr. 
Peter  Paul  Corgiat 
Carl  Ellis  Corzine 
John  William  Cotter 
Andrew  Walter  Dahl 
Elizabeth  Anne  Daut 
Ralph  Milton  Davies 
Marion  Estelle  Drake 
Rupert  Francis  Dunham 

WiLLARD  AdOLPH  EcKERSTROM 

William  Leonard  Evans,  Jr. 

Cornelius  Joseph  Foley 

Hugh  Watson  Frey 

Dale  Henry  Fulton 

Fillmore  Walter  Galaty 

William  Edward  Hagenbuck 

Victor  Ellsworth  Hallmann 

Arthur  Paul  Hamersmith 

Marie  Elizabeth  Handschuh 

Howard  Richard  Hannapel 

Ralph  Henry  Heicke 

DuRWARD  Oliver  Hein 

Herbert  Kintner  Henry 

Francis  Ross  Hiles 

Wilfred  Frederick  Hoelscher 

Charles  William  Honeywell 

Hugh  Stephen  Irwin 

Robert  Bradford  Jenkins,  with  Honors 

Louis  McGlenthen  Kessler,  with 

High  Honors 
August  John  Kowalski 
Eric  Marshall  Larson,  Jr. 
Thomas  Franklin  Latzer,  with 

Honors 
Charles  Kent  Leeper 


Stephen  Levitas 

Burke  Lyerla 

Vernon  Allyne  McCalley 

Mary  Alice  AIcIntyre 

Frederick  A.  McLaughlin 

James  Hewitt  Mansfield 

Bernice  Emily  Miley 

Robert  Bair  Mingle,  with  High 

Honors 
Leonard  Hugh  IMitchell 
Francis  Henry  Muns 
John  Barrett  Murphy 
Harold  Bertram  Myers 
Arthur  Ray  Nash 
Marshall  Henry  Olson 
Charles  Edward  Otto 
George  William  Parshall 
Walter  Russell  Peters 
Marion  Ruth  Jeanette  Peterson 
James  Rees  Pickel 
William  Lowell  Reese,  with  High 

Honors 
Melvin  Thompson  Reu 
William  Henry  Ruskamp,  Jr. 
Allan  Watkins  Ryder 
Anton  Ralph  Simkus 
Robert  Joseph  Sindelar 
Floyd  Albert  Singleton 
Clarence  Edward  Soderstrom 
James  Edgar  Steele 
Steven  Stefanik 
Howard  Frederick  Stinton 
Halbert  Frank  Thomas 
John  Ugo 

Arnold  O.  Unbehaun 
Douglas  Byers  Waldo 
Elmer  Vincent  Weichel,  Jr. 
George  Abner  Wentzell 
Mary  Elizabeth  Westenberger 
William  Byron  White 


In  Industrial  Administration 


Frederick  Sherwood  Crook 
Walter  J.  Geisler 
George  Mark  Harding,  Jr. 
James  Mitchell  Johnston 
Robert  Dale  Jones 
Ben  Charles  Lewis,  Jr. 


John  Franklin  Gough 


William  James  Littell 
Carlisle  Edward  Moyer 
James  Ball  Rosborough 
Bruce  Walcher 
Edward  Otto  Witt 


In  Insurance 


In  Public  Utilities 

Emil  Louis  Kacer,  with  High  Honors        Stanley  Joseph  Paul  Zienkosky 
Carl  Luther  Stevenson,  with  Honors 

In  Trade  and  Civic  Secretarial  Service 
Frances  Louise  Masiokus 


CiVididates  for  Degrees,  June  lo,  1935 


19 


In  xVccountancy  and  Banking  and  Finance 

Patrick  Davitt  David  Greenhoot  Schwager 

Preston  Whitcomb  Kimball  Ruth  Evelyn  Slidinger 

John  Robert  Larimer,  with  Honors 

In  Accountancy  and  Commerce  and  Law 
Byron  LeRoy  Connell 

In  Transportation 
George  William  Carson 

In  Insurance  and  Trade  and  Civic  Secretarial  Service 
Eleanor  Bailey  Goddard 

In  Commercial  Teaching  and  Trade  and  Civic 
Secretarial  Service 
Ruth  Berniece  German  Jean  Frances  Peabody 


The  College  of  Engineering 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


Robert  Jethro  Baker 
James  John  Theodore 


In  Ceramics 

Arthur  Edwards  Williams 

In  Ceramic  Engineering 


Kenneth  John  Bray 
William  Weber  Coffeen 


Robert  Russell  Sherrill,  with 
Honors 


In  Civil  Engineering 


John  Woodrow  Acker 

William  Francis  Barnes,  Jr. 

Frederick  Taylor  Battey 

James  Eugene  Brissenben 

Aubrey  J.  Brown 

John  Edward  Burke,  with  Honors 

Albert  Walter  Carlson 

Robert  Fred  Christensen 

James  Gordon  Clark,  with  Honors 

"Roscoe  Thomas  Cook 

John  Regan  Clxlings 

\\'alter  Melvin  Enger 

Eigil  Ralph  Fadum,  with  High 

Honors 
John  Reid  Eraser 
Bradford  Alfred  Goodenough 
Charles  John  Harrington 
Charles  Edouard  Hughes,  Jr.,  with 

Honors 
W'allace  Simeon  Johnson 
James  Edwin  Kellogg 
Robert  Warren  Lake 
Albert  ^LacCullough  Levy 
Roland  Otto  Luetzelschwab 


Newlin  Dolbey  Morgan,  Jr. 
Frank  AIcArthur  Morrow,  with 

Honors 
Lester  Franklin  Nixon 
Joseph  Otto  Pokorny 
Anthony  Charles  Repsis 
Samuel  Charles  Roberts 
Elmer  Walter  Ruhnow 
Max  Schlesinger 

William  Basil  Sharav,  with  Honors 
Howard  Walter  Skov 
William  Henry  Solger 
Charles  Edward  Solomon 
Edward  Stuk 
James  Charles  Tourek 
Arthur  Paul  Troemper 
Edward  Ernest  Varnum,  with  Honors 
Ramon  Franklin  Vogel 
Warren  Richard  Wagner 
Frank  Louis  Warren 
Paul  Max  Weberling,  with  Honors 
Gaylord  Donald  Weeks 
Herbert  Carl  Zilly,  with  Honors 


20 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  lo,  1935 


In  Electrical  Engineering 


Ralph  Emerson  Bailey,  with  Honors 

Charles  Riley  Barrick 

Robert  Donald  Besse 

John  Lewis  Blackburn,  with  Honors 

Robert  Edgar  Bodman 

George  Woodrow  Bowen 

Irven  Robert  Carter 

Norman  Frederick  Clarke 

Harry  Dan  Cooper 

Michael  Clare  Cridlebaugh 

Theodore  Kay  Frystak 

Richard  Henry  Gehrer 

Richard  Harry  Giles 

Harold  Luke  Greene 

Stanley  Edmond  Grimm 

William  Clarke  Hagey 

George  Orville  Hessler 

Harry  Wallace  Horn 

Mack  Cletus  Jones 

Harold  Herman  Krefft,  with  High 

Honors 
Edwin  Marques  LaBaw 
George  Wade  Ledbetter 
Gerald  Preston  Lerner 
Thomas  Howard  McCully 
Stanley  Christopher  AIader,  with 

High  Honors 
Marvin  Marks 
Richard  Auld  Maybury 


Clifford  Nicholas  Melzer 
Carl  Edwin  Herbert  Mortenson 
Stanley  Arvid  Nelson,  with  Honors 
Arthur  Frank  Ordas,  with  High 

Honors 
Arthur  LeRoy  Peters,  Jr. 
Dallas  James  Photopulos 
Leo  Everett  Pigg 
Gordon  O.  Pohl 
Francis  Paul  Preve 
John  Robert  Prosek 
Edmund  August  Rehwald 
John  Hudson  Riggs 
Delmer  Arthur  Sandberg 
William  Peter  Schmitz 
Robert  Vincent  Shepherd 
Richard  Louis  Shire,  with  High 

Honors 
Harold  Alvin  Smith 
Sidney  Frank  Smith 
Bernard  Louis  Stone 
Arthur  Reece  Stover 
Albert  William  Surie 
AcHALis  Mather  Sutherland,  with 

Honors 
David  Evans  Turner 
Alfred  Stanley  Webeck,  with  High 

Honors 
William  David  Weisberg 


In  Engineering  Physics 


Henry  Louis  Gibson 
Sylvester  Herman  Hartz 
Bruce  Adams  King,  Jr. 
James  Andrew  Larsen,  Jr. 


NoRVAL  Pressley  Millar 
Robert  Curtis  Retherford,  with 

High  Honors 
Henry  Esco  Rhea 


In  General  Engineering 


Horace  Jennings  Gaston 
Percy  Carlton  Harnden 
Romaine  Boardman  Hutton 


David  Easton  Kirkpatrick 
William  Granger  Pitt 
Russell  James  Whyte 


In  Mechanical  Engineering 


Lowell  Brown  Anderson 

John  William  Baur 

Melville  Whitnel  Beardsley 

Wilbur  Ward  Betts,  with  Honors 

Andrew  Peter  Boehmer 

Robert  Preston  Bowditch,  with  High 

Honors 
Carrol  Walter  Brissenden 
Norman  Albert  BroWn 
Albert  Edwin  Carlson 
Albert  Allen  Coe 
Morgan  Bennett  Corlew 
Frank  Kent  Dalrymple 
Leroy  Adamson  Dixon 


Julian  Laverne  Dodge 
Robert  William  Eichenberger 
Carl  William  Ekstrom 
Harry  Gordon  Faulkner 
Albert  William  Fischer 
James  Francis  Fitzgerald 
Arvid  Dermot  Frautnick 
Charles  Knight  Hedges 
Harvey  Paul  Hintz,  with  High 

Honors 
Walter  Allen  Johnson 
Arthur  Frederick  La  Force 
Robert  Frank  Lindgren 
Lewis  Sheppard  McClure 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  lo,  ip^^ 


21 


Webster  Keplinger  Mayfield 
David  Kilbury  Mitchell 
Charles  Arthur  Olsen 
Edward  John  Piwinski 
Clifford  Fred  Ransom 
Donald  Whitaker  Ross 
Lloyd  Robert  Samuelson 
Norman  Amos  Scranton 
Irving  Roe  Seely 
Everett  Thor  Simonson 
Fred  LaVergne  Spalding 
Ralph  Fletcher  Stanford 
Clarence  Henry  Stein,  with  High 
Honors 


Howard  William  Stettner 
Walter  Conrad  Strakosh,  with  High 

Honors 
Keith  Neil  Swanson 
Myron  Lewis  Thomas 
Vincent  John  Van  Meter 
James  Austin  Vitzthum 
William  Paul  Vlach 
Everett  Frank  Wagner 
Wallace  Joseph  Weirich 
James  William  Wright 
Athanassius  a.  Zaphirides 


In  Mining  Engineering 
Charles  Chilton  Boley,  with  Honors      Ralph  Breen  Jones 

In  Railway  Electrical  Engineering 
William  Brazitis  Maurice  Roderick  Eastin 

In  Railway  Mechanical  Engineering 
George  John  Lehnerer  Millard  Orlando  Starr,  with  Honors 


The  College  of  Agriculture 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Agriculture 


Menzie  Ammon 

Joseph  Wilson  Ashbrook 

Kenneth  Dillon  Bailey 

Carl  John  de  Boer 

Oscar  Moore  Brewer 

Dillon  Sidney  Brown,  with  High 

High  Honors 
Wilson  Bryant 
Lyman  Conwell  Chism 
Richard  Lawrence  Conlin 
Kenneth  Tanner  Crum 
Edml-nd  Charles  Daily 
Charles  Nicholas  DeHart 
Andrew  Simpson  Duffle 
Edward  John  Dunphy,  with  Honors 
Paul  Walker  Durbin 
Vernon  Miller  Eckert 
Ward  Leroy  Edwards,  with  High 

Honors 
Robert  John  Eggert 
Vincent  Horton  Esry 
Ralph  Gaylord  Finney 
Owen  Arthur  Fordham 
LoREN  Scott  Eraser 
Martin  Theodore  Garbe 
Gilbert  Gaston  Gibson 
Wilbur  David  Goeke 
Stanley  Eugene  Hagen 
Ivan  W.  Hieser 


Wirt  Wyclyff  Holsinger 
Robert  Edward  Hopkins 
Berryman  Richards  Hurt,  with 

High  Honors 
Raymond  Ralph  Irwin 
Robert  Harry  Jensen 
George  Alison  Johnson 
Howard  Vincent  Johnson 
William  James  Keyes 
Adeal  Raymond  Kirkpatrick 
Kermit  Earl  Kline 
Charles  Harvey  Krusa 
Roy  Mills  Landon 
John  Silas  McCannon 
Royal  Eugene  McCormick 
William  Samuel  AIcKown 
Harry  Donald  McLaughlin 
Lawrence  Frederick  Marriott,  with 

Honors 
John  Wilbur  Matthews,  with 

Honors 
Eugene  Joseph  Mies 
Wallace  Parrett  Mills 
Leslie  Ray  Mitchell 
Ralph  Clinton  Morgan 
Elmer  Dee  Noren 
Emmett  Ezekiel  Ormiston,  with 

High  Honors 
Arthur  Lindsey  Owen,  with  Honors 


22 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  lo,  1935 


Chestner  Robert  Painter 
Perry  Eugene  Piper 
Robert  William  Porteus 
Roy  Verne  Righter 
Ernest  Walbaum  Riley 
John  Isaac  Robison 
Jerry  Emil  Rouse 
William  D.  Rusk 
Noel  Benjamin  Summers 


Parker  John  Erickson 
Robert  Burns  Siegel 


WiLBER  Harold  Tammeus 
Ray  Holt  Teal,  with  Honors 
John  Lyle  Trisler 
Emmett  John  Wagner 
James  Barton  Walton 
Thomas  Ellsworth  Webb 
George  Raymond  Werner,  with 

Honors 
Harold  Clifton  Wood 

In  Floriculture 

Walter  Edwin  Wellman 


In  Home  Economics 


A^TiLDRED  Eugene  Anderson 

Marguerite  Wilma  Baker 

Charlotte  Waters  Beard 

Helen  Lois  Berger 

RosALEE  Berry 

Anna  Elizabeth  Bines 

Trenna  Margaret  Burchell 

EsTELLE  Marie  Chensky 

Hester  Plummer  Clark,  with  Honors 

Mildred  Christine  Cornelius 

Alta   Cottingham 

Lillian  J.  Cummings 

Catherine  Rose  Davis 

Melva  Jo  Davis 

Sara  Catherine  Eastman 

Caroline  Farrar 

Maude  Matilda  Hine 

Ruth  Helen  Ingham 

Ruth  Roberta  Jenkins 


Helen  Marie  Jervis 

Helen  Curtiss  Lines 

Marian  Frances  Matthewson 

Lois  Louesa  Mattix 

Hester  Beatrice  Means,  with  Honors 

Catherine  Grace  Moorman,  with 

High  Honors 
Dorothy  Pauline  Nelson 
Elsie  Geraldine  North 
Merry  Katherine  Norton 
Emma  Lou  Fincham  Rademacher 
Lillian  Lucille  Richmond 
Ruth  Elizabeth  Riegel 
Maxine  Robertson 
Josephine  Margaret  Rutelonis 
Naomi   Beatrice   Scranton 
Kathryn  Irma  Wolfe 
Grace  Berutti  Zerbolio,  with  Honors 
Lois  Henrietta  Zimmerman 


The  College  of  Education 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Education 


George  Elias  Abraham 
Lois  Jane  Adams 
Dorothy  Elizabeth  Ahlering 
Juanita  Edna  Ahlf 
Elberta  Julia  Alexander 
Rosemary   Allen 
Helen   Elvira   Anderson 
V.  Belle  Apple 
Mary  Kathleen  Arnold 
Jesse  William  Ash 
Leah  Alice  Augur 
Alfred  Louis  Beckman 
Charles   Steven   Bennis 
Marjorie  Elizabeth  Berryman 
Evelyn  Edna  Bills 
Charlotte  Joan  Blair 
William  Albert  Boers 
Mary  Helen  Boley 


James  Carroll  Bolton 
Irene  Virginia  Bromley 
Catherine  Eleanor  Brown 
Lex  J.  Bullock 
Josephine  Louise  Cathcart 
Robert  Louis  Champion 
John  David  Clancy 
Josephine  Lee   Clayton 
James  Byron  Cleland 
Ruth  Cecelia  Cooley 
Forest  Ivan  Craven 
Anita  Margaret  Crites 
Frank  Harold  Crosby 
Elizabeth  Alice  Curry 
Maurice  E.  Dahmus 
Dorothy  Dell  Dale 
Max  William  David 
David  William  Davies 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  lo,  1935 


23 


Gwendolyn  Coggeshall  Davis 
Velma  Alice  Denny,  with  Honors  in 

Latin,  History,  and  Education 
Dorothy  Mae  Ehrenhart 
Gretta  Lee  Elliott 
Anna  Ole.ne  Espevik 
^L'XRjORY  Lee  Fancher 
Ferne  AL\rie  Fetters,  with  Honors  in 

History'   and   Education 
Constance  Harriet  Filbey,  with 

Honors  in  Mathematics 
John  Abraham  Fischer 
Helen  Arlexe  Fitzgerald 
Josephine  Alice  Flagg 
John  Henry  Fleming 
Emma  Pauline  Freed 
Frank  Engelbert  Froschauer 
Elizabeth  Jane  Gaa 
Mary  Anna  Belle  Garvin 
Phyllis  Irene  Gerrard 
Mary  Agnes  Giblin 
Lois  [Marie  Gilbert 
Tom  ^Ioffet  Gilkerson 
2\Iary  Louise  Gladden 
Juanita  Glascock 
Stanley  Goscinski,  Jr. 
Frances  ^Lary  Gourley 
Elbert  Russell  Gr-vgg 
Myron  Delbert  Green 
Paux  Greenman 
GwEN  Grace  Griffin 
Marcella  Elizabeth  Grote 
Julia  Lee  Gullett 
John  Winchester  Gunnell,  with 

High  Honors  in  Speech 
Roy  William  Guttschow 
Marjorie  Edith  Haak 
Saraetta  Hadav/ay 
Louise  Antoinette  Hansen 
Ivan  Howard  Harnew 
Catherine  Evelyn  Harrell 
Daniel   William  Harris 
Charlotte  Anita  Hatch,  with 

Honors  in  Latin  and  Education 
Eleanor  ^Iary  Head 
Louise  Henrici  Heidhues 
Hallie  Eloise  Hoehner,  with  Honors 

in  Education 
William  Albert  Holmes 
Irma  Carolyn  Huber 
Tyron  Ehrhart  Huber 
Floyd  Harry  Hughes 
Evelyn  Virginia  Hurd 
Mary  Louise  Hursey 
Charlotte  Faith  Hursh 
Albert  Fred  Iske 
Edwin  Jahns 
John  Robert  Janovic 
Harold  Adams  Johnson 
Howard  Ostal  Johnson 
Fred  William  Kasch 
Phillip  Rudolph  Kasik,  with  Honors 

in  Education 
Ruth  Katz 


Thelma  Elaine  Kelly 
Dorothy  Louise  Kerr 
Mary  Catherine  Kirby 
Stephen  Earnest  Koelz 
John  Edward  Koessler 
Ethelyn  Dunn  Kohlstedt 
Pauline  Elizabeth  Kolb 
Edward  Martin  Korb 
Russell  James  Korty 
Wanda  Frances  Marie  Kosinski 
Rose  Cherie  Landfield 
AIarjorie  Adelaide  Landsness 
Eleanor  Ruth  Lape 
Paul  Warren  Legge 
Emma  Jane  Leigh 
Margaret  Jane  McCaskill 
Donald  McDonald 
Helen  Taylor  McGill 
Anna   Katherine  AIacGregor 
Catharine  Pearl  McIntyre 
Margery  Elizabeth  McKee 
Alma  Angela  McLaughlin,  with 

Fligh  Honors  in  French  and 

Honors  in  Education 
William  Power  MacLean 
Stanley  Wright  McNeely 
Charles  Daniel  Mack,  Jr. 
Vernon  Harold  Macomber 
Elizabeth  Rose  Madden 
Leota  Mae  Mansberger 
Secondino  Paul  Marchello 
Robert  Martin  Metz 
Margaret  Anne  Middagh 
Helen  Elizabeth  Miller 
Vera  Mae  Miller 
Culver  Carl  Mills 
Phyllis  Enid  Monk 
Charles  Douglas  Monsson 
Elizabeth  Hartley  Moore 
Maryan  Maude  Moore 
Jeanne  Marie  Moreland 
Evelyn  Josephine  Mortensen 
Elizabeth  Murdock 
Irmanell   Murdock 
Harriet  Catherine  Murphy 
Marjorie  Elizabeth  Myers 
Dorothy  Neff 
Marion  Rae  Nelson 
Wilbur  Arthur  North 
Esther  Jane  Norton 
Jeannette  Norton 
Katherine  Marie  Oehm 
Charles  Oscar  Olson,  Jr. 
Clara  Hildegarde  Olson 
Orville  Porter  Orr 
Harry  Mauritz  Palmer 
Peter  Panagos 
Russell  Michael  Pershell 
Gladys  Louise  Piano 
Elizabeth  Chaplain  Pickels 
Sarah  Lorraine  Poorman 
Ethel  Mary  Popple 
Mary  Elizabeth  Post 


24 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  lO,  1935 


Dorothea  Potter 
Gerald  Homer  Powell 
Earl  R.  Prather 
Michael  Arcangelo  Rago 
Blanche  Margaret  Raman,  with 

Honors  in  Mathematics 
Mary   Margaret  Ramsey 
Frederick  Daniel  Randall 
Florence  A^Tae  Rector 
Roger  Earl  Reeder 
Katherine  Lucille  Reinke 
Elenore  Maxine  Reynolds 
Marion  Alice  Ridgway 
Alva  William  Ripka 
Vernon  Samuel  Rocke 
Mary  Adela  Rost 
Elizabeth  Lucile  Rowland 
Harry  Dale  Ryan 
Dolores  Claire  Sandry,  with  Honors 

in  Education 
Hattie  Sbar 
Viola  Irenne  Scala 
Caroline  Agnes  Schlagenhauf 
Raymond  Albert  Schmidt 
Harold  Alvin  Schoeck 
Louise  W.  Schubert,  with  Honors  in 

French 
Ethel  Marie  Scotland 
Agnes  Lancaster  Scott 
Constance  Anne  Scully 
Helen  Louise  Senger 
Merret  Everet  Setzekorn 
Leo  Heuse  Shively 
Ruby  Maude  Sidwell 
Wright  Alexander  Sim 
Pearl  Barnett  Sisk 


Jean  Ann  Smith 

Glenna  Alice  Spencer 

John  Luther  Stearns 

Robert  Albert  Stine 

Frederick  Olen  Sullivan 

Margaret  Catheryne  Sutherland 

Fred  Lewis  Teer 

Margaret  Elisabeth  Telleen 

Dolly  Athena  Terzis 

Emma  Ruth  Tuthill 

Charlotte  Hope  Tuttle 

Frances  Theresa  Ungaretti 

A'Iarion  Van  Sickle,  with  Honors  in 

Education  and  French 
John  Weitse  Van  Tuin 
Madlynfred  C.  Viner 
Martha  Elizabeth  Vinje 
Camille  Vrhel 
Deloss  Paul  Wagner 
George  William  Wakefield 
A'Iarie  Louise  Walling 
Bernard  Joseph  Ward 
Lewis  Wasserman 
George  Leonard  Waters 
Melvina  Elizabeth  Way 
Gene  David  Weisiger 
Caroline  Elizabeth  Welles 
Bertha  Vivian  Wells 
Vida  Marie  Wicks 
Elnor  B.  Katherine  Wiechert 
Paul  Aavon  Willett 
Effiebelle  Wolland 
Robert  Cushman  Wyckoff 
Lena  Yawitz 
George  Rowland  Zarrett 
Lena  Sarah  Zimmerman 


In  Home  Economics  Education 

Beulah  Belle  Alt  Alice  Lucille  McIntire 

Violet  Vivian  Blodau  Mary   Elizabeth   Mattix 

Rosemary  Emily  Cox  Julia  Loyal  Moor 

Ruth  Alice  Davis  Ruth  Jones  AIueller 

Mary  Eleanor  Holme  Charlotte  Muriel  Smith 

Eleanor  Grace  Howe  Ethel  May  Thomas 
Virginia  Locke 


John  Winfield  Davis 
George  Henry  Stiff 


In  Industrial  Education 

GusTAvus  Berry  Stuart 
Fred  Wilson  Weller 


The  College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Architectural  Engineering 
Francis  Martin  Baron,  with  High  George   Frank  Fritzinger,  with 

Honors  Honors 

William  Thomas  Blann,  with  High         Dean  Farrar  Hilfinger,  with 

Honors  Honors 

Norman  Corn  Donald  Thomas  Jordan 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  lo,  1933 


25 


Howard  Masayuki  Kubota 

Gordon  Joseph  Lindl 

Paul  Berthold  Marxen 

Kenji  Onodera 

Leox  Seligson,  with  High  Honors 

Charles  Edwix  Small 

Kenneth  Alan  Smith 


Norman  Louis  Stephens 

John   Francis   Sweetnam 

Ricardo  Torres 

John  Sutherland  Winbigler,  with 

High  Honors 
John  Nicholas  Ziegele 


William  J.  Bachman 
Carl  Eduard  Bretscher 
William  Hadley  Buchholz 
Carl  Robert  Gairing 
Steven  Frank  Glowacki 
William  Bernard  Hasterlik 
Arthur   Brandt   Henning 
Charles  Frederick  Jost 
Alfred  Theodore  Kurek 


In  Architecture 

Arnold  Schaffner 
Claude  Leslie  Senefeld 
Eugene  Ferdinand  Stoyke 
Robert  William  Surplice 
Fred  Vincent  Traynor 
Clarence   Wapner 
John  M.  Ware 
Leonard  Wayman 


]\L-\rgaret  Edwina  Bates 
Audrey  Claike  Benton 
Elizabeth  Anne  Bilsborrow 
AIilburn  Ernest  Carey 
John  Michael  Davies,  Jr. 
Harold  William  Dodd 
Fred  John  Huber 
Franklin  ALa.xwell  Juvinall 


In  Public  School  Music 

Hester  Elizabeth  McMillen 
Mary  Josephine  Maguire,  with 

Honors 
Walter  Ernest  Purdy 
Bohumil  Frank  Schubert 
Fern   Maxine   Secord 
Evalyn  Nadine  Wachob 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Fine  Arts 
In  Landscape  Architecture 


Anne  Ash 

Robert  Mower  Black 

Arthur  Frank  Christman 

William  Alfred  Dean,  with  Honors 

Richard  Dunbar  Ferris 

Donald  Sellar  Foreman 

Ralph  N.  Johnson 

Wallace  Alfred  Johnson 

James  Francis  Kennedy 


Eldridge  H.  Lovelace,  with  High 

Honors 
James  Edson  Lowry 
AIiLTON  Joseph  Orcutt 
Frederick  Barnes  Stresau 
Layton  Kent  Washburn 
Norman  Arthur  Wilson 
Stanley  Hubert  Young 


In  Landscape  Architecture,  City  Planning  Option 
Edward  Walker  Proctor 


In  Painting 


Dorothy  Wildenrath  Hawley 
Gordon  Malcolm  Howatt 
Lorraine  Ruth  Marshall 
Florentia  Elizabeth  Metzger 
Theodore  Davis  Parmelee,  with 

Honors 
Dorothy  ^L^E  Reichardt 
Ansel  Willis  Rumble,  with  High 

Honors 


Genevieve  Marie  Shepanek 
Marian  Jeanette  Snyder 
Russell  Elwood  Sparks 
Barbara  Ruth  Strauch 
AIary  Margaret  Summers 
Frances  Mercedes  Thompson 


26 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  lo,  1935 


Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Music 


MiLBURN  Ernest  Carey 
LaVon  Coolman,  with  Honors 
Dewey  Mitchell  Dawson 
Jewel  Reed  Dawson 
Virginia  Mary  Savage,  with  High 
Honors 


Edith  Laurel  Spencer,  with  Honors 
Nellie  Marie  Stuart,  with  High 

Honors 
Alice  Troutt,  with  High  Honors 
Carl  Robert  Wood 


The  College  of  Law 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Laws 


Floyd  Roy  Abernathy,  B.S.,  1933 
John  Trevett  Allen,  A.B.,  1934 
Warren  Henry  Badger,  A.B.,  1933 
Harold  Wesley  Bancroft,  B.S.,  1932 
Mark  Carroll  Baymiller,  A.B., 

Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1932 
Victor  Harris  Belshaw,  A.B.,  1933 
Harold  William  Borsch,  A.B.,  1933 
John  James  Bresee,  B.S.,  1922 
Albert  Brown,  A.B.,  1933 
Frank  Winfield  Byrns,  A.B.,  1933 
Martin  Cablk,  A.B.,  1933 
Martin  Leroy  Cassell,  Jr.,  A.B.,  1933 
George  Thomas  Christie,  B.S.,  1933 
Herbert  Cohen 
Morris  Daniel  Coppersmith,  B.S., 

1933 
Mahlon  Lachlan  Crissey,  A.B., 

University  of  Wisconsin,  1933 
Daniel  Holland  Dailey,  Jr.,  A.B., 

1933 
Robert  Vance  Faragher,  A.B.,  1933, 

with  High  Honors 
Herbert  Lehman  Garrison,  A.B., 

1932 
NoRBERT  Campbell  Garrison,  A.B., 

1933 
Charlotte  Edwina  Gauer,  B.S.,  1932 
Harry  Herndon  Gibson,  A.B.,  1933 
George  N.  Gilkerson,  B.S.,  1933 
Eli  Albert  Golan 


George  Linden  Haggard,  A.B.,  1933 
Harold  Winford  Hannah,  B.S.,  1930 
William  Jacobs,  B.S.,  1933 
Rogers  Draper  Jones,  A.B.,  1932 
John  Aubrey  Kirk,  B.S.,  1933 
Lillian  Katherine  Kubicek,  A.B., 

1933 
Joe  Paisley  Longwell,  A.B.,  1932 
Martin  Marion  Love,  A.B.,  1932 
Lawrence   Burt   McMunn,   A.B., 

Northwestern  University,  1932 
William  Charles  Martin,  A.B.,  1933 
Bonita  Clara  Matthews,  A.B.,  1933, 

with  High  Honors 
IsADORE  Jay  Mnookin,  B.S.,  1934 
Joseph  Henry  Mueller,  A.B.,  1933, 

with  Honors 
George  Belvey  Nesbitt,  A.B.,  1933 
Marvin  Maxwell  Novick,  A.B.,  1933 
Joseph  Robert  Rosborough,  B.S.,  1933 
Willis  Pierce  Ryan,  A.B.,  1932 
Keith  Foster  Scott,  A.B.,  1933 
Robert  James  Sears,  B.S.  1933 
Leon   Phillip  Starr,  A.B.,   1933 
Claudia  Ellen  Stone,  A.B.,  Smith 

College,   1929,  with  Honors 
Leonard  William  Telleen,  A.B.,  1933 
Robert  Nelson  Wallace,  B.S.,  1934 
Silas  Wallk,  A.B.,  1932 
David  A.  Winters  Wasserman,  A.B., 

1933 


The  School  of  Journalism 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Journalism 


Emma  Auer 

W.  Raymond  Bates,  with  Honors 


Albert  Joseph  Bertine 
Raymond   Francis  Burke 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  lo,  ip3j 


V 


Joseph   Zachary  Burson 

Roger  Milton  Case 

AIarvin  Senn  Cohn 

Bartox  Arthur  Cummings 

Elma   Catherine   Dabler 

Jean   Elizabeth   Dragoo 

AIarjorie  Lois  Eads 

^Iargaret  Ruth  Ebert 

Henry  Egolf 

William  John  Ennis 

Katherine  Udall  Filson 

Jean  Louise  Fitzgerald 

Annette  Leone  Fleischbein 

Phyllis  Kerel  Folk 

Creston  John  Foster 

Harry  Leonard  Frederick,  with  High 

Honors 
Max  William  Goodman 
Phyllis  Elaine  Gray,  with  Honors 
Mayer  Leon  Haas 
Frank  Gleiser  Hetishee 
Virginia  AL  L.  Hill 
Emil  Robert  Howald 
Mildred  Josephine  Jared 
Marie  Frances  Johnson 
William  Harvey  Judy,  with  High 

Honors 


Albert  Allan  Kazunas 

Elizabeth  Roller 

Louis  Bernard  Kuhn 

Eloise  Elizabeth  Logan 

Ruth  Gilbert  McClain,  with  Honors 

Maxine  McVaugh 

Mary  Elizabeth  Mathias 

Clare  Adel  ]\1entz 

Thelma  Ferne  Mounce 

Lowell  Albert  Nye 

June  Elizabeth  Parsons,  with 

Honors 
Dorothy  Lindsay  Poor 
Harold  G.  Roettger,  with  Honors 
Mary  Eleanor  St.  Germain 
Frances  Louise  Spear 
Helen  Stanton 
Arthur  Joseph  Strauss 
John  Louis  Strohm,  with  Honors 
Joseph  Higgs  Summers,  with  Honors 
La  Vonne  Eileen  Taylor 
James  Thomson 
James  Zefrin  Ulrich,  Jr. 
Elizabeth  Frances  Williams 
Lester  Richard  Wroble 
Melville  Andrew  Youhill 
George  Charles  Zeller 


The  School  of  Physical  Education 
Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Physical  Education 


Evelyn  Mildred  Bakke 
Julia  Ellen  Barnett 
Clarence  Clifford  Dalton 
Esther  Davey 
Dorathea  W.  Friedrich 
Mary  Ann  Hewitt 
Alice  Carolyn  Jenkins 
Alpha  M.  Jennings 
Lucille  Esther  Jost 
Dorothy  Helen  Lawrence 
!Marjorie    Irene   Lempke 


Naomi  Laura  Leyhe 

Dorothy  Evelyn  Mohn,  with  Honors 

Dorothy  June  Plunkett 

Elizabeth  Medora  Sanderson 

Frances  May  Scott 

Grace  Margaret  Scott 

Mary  Randa   Strand 

Orval  George  Strode 

Fayetta  Esther  Tobias 

Florette  Muriel  Weiss 


The  Library  School 

Candidates  for  the  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Library  Science 

Robert  Smyth  Alvarez,  A.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1934 
Elma  Peach  Anderson,  A.B.,  University  of  Missouri,  1931 


28  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  lo,  ipsj 

Bernetta  Arndt,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1933 

Grace  AIarguerite  Arthur,  A.B.,  Ball  State  Teachers  College,  1932,  with 

Honors 
Myrle  Avery,   A.B.,   Michigan   State    Normal   College,    1929 
Helen  Beckwith,  A.B.,  Northwestern  University,  1921,  with  Honors 
Raymond  Dierksmeier  Behrens,  A.B.,  Lake  Forest  College,  1933 
Virginia  Helen  Boden,  A.B.,  University  of  California  at  Los  Angeles,  1934 
Lottie  Minnie  Brashears,  B.S.,  North  Texas  State  Teachers  College,  1927 
Claire  Lucille  Burns,  A.B.,  Northwestern  University,  1924 
Mary  Elizabeth  Cammack,  A.B.,  Mississippi  State  College  for  Women,  1924 
Pearl  Johnson  Clement,  A.B.,  Louisville  Municipal  College  for  Negroes,  1933 
Nina  Marie  Cooper,  A.B.,  University  of  Arkansas,  1931,  with  Honors 
Mary  Crumrine,  A.B.,  B.Mus.,  Otterbein  College,  1907,  1910 
Elva  Curtis,  A.B.,  University  of  Oklahoma,  1926,  with  High  Honors 
Ruby  Elaine  Dare,  A.B.,  Taylor  University,  1926;  A.M.,  University  of  Mich- 
igan, 1929,  with  High  Honors 
Frances  Ernestine  Dewell,  A.B.,  Drake  University,  1934 
Paul  Shaner  Dunkin,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1929;  A.M.,  1931,  with 

Honors 
NuMiA  Lee  Fouts,  A.B.,  University  of  Kentucky,  1931 
Emily  Ow-en  Garnett,  A.B.,  Texas  Christian  University,  1931,  with  High 

Honors 
Helen  Gray,  A.B.,  1932 

Edna  Katherine  Harlan,  A.B.,  Colorado  College,  1934 
Louise  Frances  Haworth,  A.B.,  Butler  University,  1933 
GiLBERTA  May  Heid,  A.B.,  Butler  University,  1932 
Esther  Vivian  Hill,  A.B.,  Milton  College,  1925 ;  A.B.,  A.M.,  1934 
Irel  Hall  Hodges,  A.B.,  University  of  Kentucky,  193 1 ;  A.AL,  Vanderbilt  Uni- 
versity, 1932 
Marion  Josephine  Kanak,  A.B.,  State  University  of  Iowa,  1931 
Elizabeth  Rae  Kendall,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Northwestern  University,  1928,  1934 
Florence  Mildred   Kerr,   A.B.,   Baker   University,    1922;    A.M.,    University   of 

Chicago,   1927,  with  Honors 
Dorothy  Elizabeth  Leib,  A.B.,  University  of  Kansas,  1934 
Carol  Conklin  Lind,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1927,  with  Honors 
Ida    Fannye   Mackey,    A.A.,    Cumberland    College,    1927;    A.B.,    University   of 

Kentucky,  1930 
Ruth  Harpole  Mueller,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1934 
Helen  Myrtle  Murrell,  A.B.,  University  of  Arkansas,  1931,  with  Honors 
Florence  Lois  Ott,  A.B.,  Northwestern  Universitj',  1934,  with  Honors 
Elinor  Parsons,  A.B.,  Wellesley  College,  1931 

IsABELLE  Drake  Prugh,  A.B.,  Missouri  Wesleyan  College,   1925;   B.S.,  North- 
west Missouri  State  Teachers  College,  1928  _ 
John  Carl  Settelmayer,  A.B.,  University  of  Cincinnati,  1935 
Margaret  Jean  Sim,  A.B.,  Whitman  College,  1926,  with  Honors 
Sister  Mary  Aurea  Hausmann,  A.B.,  DePaul  University,  1931 
Sister  Mary  Norita  Gleeson,  Ph.B.,  Saint  Xavier  College,  1934 
Pearl  Jean  Sneed,  A.B.,  University  of  Mississippi,   1931 
Harris  Dean  Stallings,  A.B.,  Stanford  University,  1933 
Philip  Johnson  Stone,  A.B.,  Cornell  University,  1929,  with  High  Honors 
WiLHELMiNA  TuRNER,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1929,  with  Honors 
Marian  Lucille  Waby,  A.B.,  University  of  California  at  Los  Angeles,   1934, 

with  Honors 
Henry  John  Waltemade,  A.B.,  Nebraska  State  Teachers  College    (Kearney), 

1933,  with  Honors 
Carl  Ernest  Welchner,  A.B.,  University  of  Nebraska,  1934 
Etta  Marie  Westenhouse,  A.B.,  Willamette  University,  1932,  with  High 

Honors 
Anna  Ruth  Whitmore,   B.S.,   State  Teachers   College    (Millersville,   Pennsyl- 
vania), 1933 
Catherine  Marie  Wick,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1929,  1931,  with  Honors 
Fern  Elois  Wilson,  A.B.,  Bethany  College,   1934 
Naomi  Pearl  Woodford,  A.B.,  Morningside  College,  1934 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago 
June  7,  1935 

The  College  of  Medicine 

The  De.eree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Medicine 


Bex  a.   Appel 

Arthur  Barbakoff 

Harold  Joseph  Barys 

Leo  Jerome  Browx,  B.Ed. 

Leonard  S.  Buck 

Robert  DeForrest  Burley 

George  Bush 

Bernard  j\L\nuel  Chapman 

Meyer  Barney  Cohen 

Theodore  M.  Cohen 

Clarence  Cohrs 

Sol  Palt,  Ditkowsky 

^Laurice  Dunn,  with  Honors 

Joseph  Faingold,  Ph.C. 

Philip  Falk,  with  Honors 

Abraham  William  Feldman 

Bourke  Firfer 

Mitchell  L.  Frank 

George  Joseph  David  Gertz 

Max  M.  Glassman 

Harold  Wayne  Hammatt 

Irving  Hassen 

Jerome  Frederick  Heinrich 

Edmund  R.  Hess 

Howard  E.  Heyer,  with  Honors 

James  Leopold  Hora 

Harold  Dale  Huff 

Isadore   Isovitz 

Abraham  Izzak  Jackman 

Henry  Joseph  Jacobs 

Hilerd  Westley  Jenkixs 

Harry  Josephson 

Leonard  A.  Kagex 

Isadore  A.  Kaplan,  with  Honors 

Joseph  H.  Kaplan 

Martin    J.    Klapman 

Leonard  Hyman  Kolb 

AIeyer  Kushker 

Meyer  Kuznitsky 

George  J.  Kvidera 

Herbert  Lack,  with  Honors 


Henry  Peter  Lattuada 

Myron  Jame  Levin 

Edward  Levine 

Edward  Albert  Luke 

Abraham  Melamed 

M.  Luther  Mosher 

Dorothy  Kathryn  O'Connor,  A.B. 

Louis  Olsman 

Hyman  Peck,  Ph.C. 

Paul  Quayle  Peterson 

Wayne  Reeser 

Reuben  M.  Reifler,  Ph.G. 

Milton  Robin 

William  Rosenberg 

Albert  Hessel  Rosenblatt 

Robert  R.  Rothschild 

Harry  Osbourne  Ryan,  Jr. 

Zal  Sanders 

Francis  Eugene  Sauer 

Walter  William  Schwartz 

Walter  Shriner 

Wayne  Pulley  Sirles 

Carl  Solander 

Edward  Sosson,  with  Honors 

Robert  Andrew  Spencer 

Isadore  Spinka,  with  Honors 

Samuel  Spira 

William  Edward  Steiner 

Robert  Healy  Stevens 

Grant  Suttie 

Roy  Frank  Teborek 

William  Stanley  Walsh 

David  Wasserman 

Reuben  Robert  Wasserman 

Paul  K.  Weichselbaum 

Harry  I.  Weiner 

Allen  E.  Winer 

William  H.  Wright 

Dillman  Forbes  Ziegler 

Joseph  John  Zuska,  with  Honors 


The  Certificate  in  Medicine 


Samuel  Alfred  Adland, 
Ben  a.  Appel 
Alfred  Stone  Ash 
Emily  Baer,  B.S. 


B.S. 


Harold  Joseph  Barys 
Oscar  Jacob  Becker 
Merrill  Charles  Beecher 
Robert  David  Berke 


29 


30 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago,  June  J,  ip3§ 


Armin  Louis  Blaufuss,  Ph.C. 

Daniel  Edward  Bowers 

Robert  Vernon  Carter 

Louis  Chabner 

Isadore  Hymen  Cohn,  B.S. 

Clement  Clark  Coleman,  B.S. 

George  Edward  Colyer,  A.B.,  B.S., 

with  Honors 
Nathan  Solomon  Deutsch,  B.S. 
Norman  Dobin,  B.S. 
Sidney  Harvey  Dueofsky 
Frank  Wayne  Edel,  A.B. 
Thomas  J.  Fitzpatrick 
Lawrence  Edward  Foulke,  B.S. 
Robert  Friedenberg,  A.B. 
Cyril  Melchoir  Gallati 
Harvey  Enoch  Gaynes,  B.S. 
Erving  Francis  Geever,  B.S. 
George  Everett  Gilman,  A.B.,  B.S. 
Jacob  A.  Glassman,  B.S. 
Irwin  Globerson 
Aaron  Louis  Goldberg 
Manuel  Goldfine,  B.S. 
Marion  Lee  Gordon 
Abraham  Gorday,  B.S. 
Vincent  James  Greco 
Maurice  O.  Grossman,  A.B.,  B.S. 
Aaron  Gunther,  B.S. 
Rudolf  William  Hack,  A.B.,  B.S. 
Zigmore  Harris,  B.S. 
Irving  Hassen 

Richard  Teal  Haverstock,  B.S. 
James  Henry  Hawkes 
Paul  E.  Hefner,  B.S. 
George  Ray  Hill 
H.  Sargent  Howard,  B.S. 
Victor  H.  Hunkel,  Ph.B. 
Carl  Ireneus,  Jr.,  B.S. 
John  Hick  Johnstone,  B.S. 
Joseph  T.  Kaminskas 
Jack  Karel,  B.S. 
Charles  Katz,  B.S. 
Robert  Stephen  Keller 
George  Kieve  Keppleman,  B.S. 
Adelbert  Herman  Klein,  B.S. 
William  Nelk  Knudsen,  A.B. 
Harold  Jay  Koch,  B.S. 
George  Lewis  Kravtsow,  B.S. 
Sherburne  Krieger,  B.S. 
Emerson  C.  Kunde,  A.B.,  B.S. 
Milton  Elmer  Kurth,  B.S. 
Albert  Thomas  Kwedar,  B.S. 
Herbert  Lang,  B.S. 
Harry  Lazar,  B.S. 
Louis  Samuel  Lerner,  B.S. 
Sydney  S.  Levine,  B.S. 
William  Wayne  Lockwood,  B.S. 
Katherine  Hypatia  MacEachern, 

B.S.   • 
Irwin  Harry  Makovsky,  B.S. 


Harold  Marks,  A.B.,  B.S. 

Aaron  Shiya  Mason,  B.S. 

LoRRELL  Edward  Messman,  B.S. 

Ira  Robert  Morrison,  A.B.,  B.S. 

James  Joseph  AIurphy,  B.S. 

Charles  Arthur  Nelson 

Samuel  Nieder,  B.S. 

Winston  K.  Nix 

Franklin  Arnold  Olson,  B.S. 

John  Parke,  B.S. 

Matthew  Platt 

Oscar  Mandel  Plotkin,  B.S. 

Harold  Price,  Ph.G. 

Leonard  Price,  B.S. 

Joseph  Raider 

James  Stedman  Reynolds,  B.S. 

Keith  Rhea,  B.S. 

Frederick  Jasper  Ricketts,  B.S. 

Sidney  Sigmund  Rooth,  B.S. 

Irving  Isadore  Rosen,  B.S. 

Jack  Rosenberg 

Samuel  William  Rosenberg 

Irving  Hyman  Rosenthal,  B.S. 

Mandel  Sachs 

Seymour  Salberg,  B.S. 

Robert  Edward  Schettler,  B.S. 

Herbert  A.  Schiller,  Ph.C,  B.S. 

John  Lavine  Schilsky,  B.S. 

Kenneth  Fosnes  Schneider,  B.S. 

Leonard  Jerome  Schwade 

William  Frederick  Seifert 

Alexander  Joseph  Shimkus,  B.S. 

Harry  I.  Shulruff,  B.S.,  with  Honors 

Joseph  Howard  Siegfried 

Jerome  Joel  Sievers,  Ph.G. 

Robert  James  Sigler,  B.S. 

David  Silbert 

Pasche  Silvert 

Danely  Philip  Slaughter,  B.S. 

Manuel  Slavin,  A.B. 

Clarence  William  Smith,  Ph.C,  Ph.G. 

Roger  Francis  Sondag,  B.S. 

Raymond  Elmer  Sorenson,  B.S. 

Adelbert  L.  Spiller,  B.S. 

Bertram  Spira,  B.S. 

Albert  Elon  Steer,  B.S. 

Albert  Frank  Stein,  B.S. 

Richard  Vawter  Stevenson,  B.S. 

Samuel  Lloyd  Stou't,  Ph.C. 

Edward  A.  Tappan,  B.S. 

Aloysious  Felix  Tasch,   B.S. 

Russell  Kenneth  Taubert 

Frank  Joseph  Tesar,  B.S. 

Milton  Tinsley,  B.S.,  with  Honors 

Jack  Wagner 

Morris  Waisman,  B.S.,  with  High 

Honors 
Leonard  Weissman,  B.S. 
Raymond  Benedict  White,  A.B.,  B.S. 
Charles  LeRoy  Wunsch 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago,  June  7,  igs5 


31 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Medicine 


David  Marvin  Brotman 


Frank  C.  Sedlak 


The  College  of  Dentistry 
The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Dentistry 


Robert  Rowley  Bowman 
Henry  Fox 
Edward  John  Goggin 
Robert  Arthur  Greenberg 
Curt  Joseph  Gronner 
Murray  AIitchell  Hoffman 
John  James  Littig 


James  Norman  Lynch 
Erwin  Robert  Melcher 
AIax  ]\Iotew 

George  Arthur  Nemecek 
Donald  Frank  Nix 

ISADORE   SaPOSNIK 


The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Dental  Surgery 


Theodor  Baum 

David  Berman,  B.S. 

Paul  Oscar  Boyle,  B.S. 

Joshua  Brinker 

Gordon  Gerard  Chinnock 

Paul.a.  Eisemann 

James  ^Malcolm  Elson 

Leonard  Gelfand,  B.S. 

Donald  William  Groye 

Marsh.\ll  Frederick  Grunwald,  B.S. 

MiLO  Bernhardt  Hattenhauer 


Robert  Arthur  Hoehn,  B.S. 
Homer  William  Hopkins 
George  Arthur  Nemecek 
Jacob  Leo  Rachlin,  B.S. 
Joe  Graham  Ronalds,  B.S. 
Maurice  Barney  Schwartz 
Lawrence  Heasley  Shaner,  B.S. 
John  Monroe  Spence,  B.S.,  with 

Honors 
Faith  Foster  Stephan,  B.S. 
Arthur  David  Tessler 


The  College  of  Pharmacy 
The  Degree  of  Pharmaceutical  Chemist 


Harry  William  Adams  (Class  of  1934) 

Frances  Lillian  B.\ker 

Bernard  B.  Berman 

Esther  Berman 

Charles  Henrie  Billups 

Theodore  Hyman  Blonder 

Milton  Seymour  Bower 

Herbert  Bernard  Braverman 

Maxwell  Broskuf 

David  Thiel  Burger 

Anthony  Charles  Chiaramonte 

Jerry  Chuman 

^Minnie  Cohen 

Reece  Carlyle  Gov  alt 

Peery  August  Duderstadt 


Gerald  Gail  Edwards 

Leonard  Harold  Feinberg 

Ann  Sophia  Giacinti 

Edward  Joseph  Glaser 

Arthur  Ira  Goodman 

Willard  Green 

Kenneth  Herbert  Harris 

Felix  Herbstman 

Sister  Mary  Getulia  Honorowski 

Jaroslav  J.  Horacek 

Anthony  Andrew  Indovina 

Anthony  Jacob 

Edward  Charles  Jankauskas 

Lillian  Ell.a.  Janosik 

Roland  Frank  Koepke 


32 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago,  June  y,  I935 


Henry  Charles  Kot 

John  F.  Lacey 

Sol  Lapofski 

Joseph  Louis  Latelle 

Victor  Emanuel  Lawrence 

Frank  Lee 

Joseph  Anthony  Lentino 

Lena  Armida  Leonard 

Walter  Anthony  Molas 

Halger  Carl  Naslund 

Louis  Pertzovsky 

Harry  John  Phelan 

Harry  George  Pulik 

William  DeLos  Rachielles 

Nathan  Rapp 

Gust  Lawrence  Reinhold 

Stewart  John  Rollinson 

David  Edmund  Rosenblatt 

Malvern  Mack  Roth 

Nicholas  S.  Salamie 

George  Leon  Schlan 

Meyer  Scholnick  (Class  of  1934) 

Harry  Selwitz 

Harry  Sevelow 

Harold  George  Seyffert 


Duane  C.  Shrout 

Harry  Calvin  Singer 

Robert  Harry  Sommer 

Sam  Steinberg 

Vivian  Leona  Stepek 

Jason  Jay  Sweet 

Dillon  W.  Swingle,  Jr. 

Clarence  Thompson 

Joe  Peter  Tinaglia 

Grace  Ellen  Topf 

HoLLis  John  Toynton 

Daniel  A.  Traficante 

Amideo  R.  Triscinzzi 

Joseph  Warzecha 

Meyer  Wein stein 

Leon  Marshall  Whitelock 

Raymond  John  Wiltgen 

Sister  Mary  Leonica  Wirkus 

Beatrice  A.  Zeman 

Robert  Irvin  Zeman 

Theodore  Clarence  Zeman  (Class  of 

1934) 
Floyd  Stanton  Zuck 
Anthony  Francis  Zychowicz 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Pharmacy 


Sam  Roy  Androfsky 

Sam  Chadnowsky 

Abe  Albert  Danish 

Harold  Finkelstein,  with  Honors 

Mandel  Max  Jacobson 

Harry  Karl  Kuhrt 

Walter  Andrew  Madej 


Anne  Frances  Putyra 
Harry  Max  Rayman 
Abe  Moe  Rosen 

Roy  Kenneth  Snyder,  B.S.,  M.S. 
Edward  Ernest  Vicher,  with  Honors 
Ferdinand  Benjamin  Zienty,  with 
High  Honors 


The  Graduate  School 

The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 

In  Physiology 

David   Wilmarth   Northup,   A.B.,   Reed   College,    1930;    A.M.,   University   of 
Oregon,  1932.    The  secretory  metabolism  of  the  salivary  glands. 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Psychology 
Maxjrice  Lichtenstein,  A.B.,  1932 


The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Bacteriology 
John  Anthony  Vaichulis,  B.S.,  University  of  Notre  Dame,  1929 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago,  June  J,  IQSS  33 

In  Obstetrics  and  Gynecology 

D.  Evelyn  Miller,  A.B.,  Central  Wesleyan  College,  1921 ;  B.S.,  AI.D.,  Univer- 
sity of  Nebraska,  1926,  1928 

In  Pathology 
Howard  Zeitlin,  B.S.,  M.D.,  1929,  1932 

In  Pharmacology 
Paul  David  Carpenter,  Ph.G.,  1925 ;  B.S.,  University  of  Michigan,  1930 

In  Physiological  Chemistry 
George  Everett  Oilman,  A.B.,  B.S.,  1931,  1933 

In  Surgery 
Carlo  Salvadore  Scuderi,  B.S.,  M.D.,  1926,  1929 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last 
Commencement 

Conferred  in  August  and  October,  1934, 
and  in  February,  1935 


The  Graduate  School 
The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 

Conferred  in  February,  1935 

In  Animal  Husbandry 

Berthier  Wesley  Fairbanks,  B.S.,  1917;  M.S.,  University  of  Wyoming,  1931. 
The  effect  of  heat  upon  the  nutritive  value  of  dry  skim  milk  powders  with 
special  reference  to  the  proteins. 

RoscoE  Raymond  Snapp,  A.B.,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1913,  1921.  The  influence  of  preg- 
nancy and  sex  upon  some  of  the  factors  which  affect  the  feeding  and  killing 
qualities  of  yearling  cattle. 

In  Chemistry 

QuENTiN  Royal  Bartz,  A.B.,  Tarkio  College,  1930;  M.S.,  University  of  Ne- 
braska, 1931.  I.  The  rearrangement  of  aryl  methylalkyl  ethers.  II.  Effect 
of  substituents  on  the  rate  of  racemization  of  optically  active  diphenyls. 

Alfred  Clark,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1930;  M.S.,  Michigan  State  College, 
1932.   A  spectrographic  study  of  the  nitrogen  afterglow. 

John  William  Copenhaver,  B.S.,  Emory  and  Henry  College,  1929;  M.S.,  West 
Virginia  University,  1931.  The  influence  of  weight  of  aryl  groups  on  the 
dissociation  of  hexa-aryl  ethanes. 

James  Burbank  Reed,  B.S.,  Massachusetts  State  College,  1927;  M.S.,  1932. 
Observations  on  the  rare  earths:  The  preparation  of  anhydrous  rare  earth 
compounds  by  the  action  of  fused  and  solid  "onium"  salts  on  the  oxides. 

Ernest  Byron  Riegel,  A.B.,  Central  College  (Missouri),  1928;  A.M.,  1931. 
I.  The  effect  of  the  nitro  group  on  the  optical  activity  of  2-nitro-6-carboxy- 
2'-methoxydiphenyl  when  in  other  than  the  6'-  position.  II.  The  stereochem- 
istry of  certain  substituted  phenylpyrroles. 

In  Classics 

Ruth  Calista  French,  A.B.,  Carroll  College,  1928.  The  Greek  versions  of 
Jerome's  Vita  Sancti  Hilarionis. 

Harriet  Clara  Jameson,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1931 ;  A.M.,  1932.  The  manu- 
script tradition  of  Jerome's  Vita  Sancti  Malchi. 

Richmond  Alexander  Lattimore,  A.B.,  Dartmouth  College,  1926;  A.M.,  1927. 
Themes  in  Greek  and  Latin  epitaphs. 

In  Economics 

Cllve  Fleeming  Dunham,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1929,  1931.   Secondary  reserves  of  United 

States  industrial  corporations. 
Fred  Mitchell  Jones,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1927,  1930.    Middlemen  in  the  domestic  trade 

of  the  United  States,  1800-1860. 

35 


36  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

Severin  Peter  Langhoff,  Jr.,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1931,  1932.  Organization  and  price 
control  of  electricity  supply  in  greater  London. 

Rexford  Clark  Parmelee,  B.S.,  AI.S.,  1930,  1931.  The  position  of  the  invest- 
ment trust  in  the  exportation  of  capital. 

Raymond  Frank  Smith,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1927;  M.S.,  1929.  Recent 
changes  in  employment,  wages,  production,  and  profits  in  consumers'  and 
producers'  goods  industries. 

In  Engineering 

Frederic  Theodore  Mavis,  B.S.,  M.S.,  C.E.,  1922,  1926,  1932.  An  investigation 
of  the  transportation  of  bed  load  by  flowing  water. 

In  English 

Walter  Francis  Wright,  B.S.,  Miami  University,  1930;  A.M.,  1932.  Sensibility 
in  English  prose  fiction,  1 760-1814:  a  reinterpretation. 

In  Entomology 

Lee  Hill  Townsend,  B.S.,  University  of  Virginia,  1925 ;  M.S.,  1932.  The  com- 
parative external  anatomy  of  adult  North  American  Neuroptera. 

In  Geology 

William  Wray  Love,  A.B.,  M.S.,  1928,  1929.  A  contribution  to  the  theory  of  oil 
accumulation. 

In  German 

Fred  Genschmer,  A.B.,  Lake  Forest  College,  1928;  A.M.,  University  of  Wiscon- 
sin, 1929.  The  treatment  of  the  social  classes  in  the  satires  of  Brant,  Mur- 
ner,  and  Fischart. 

In  History 

John  Wesley  Heaton,  A.B.,  Baker  University,  1915;  A.M.,  University  of  Chi- 
cago, 1923.    Mob  violence  in  the  late  Roman  Republic,  133-49  B.C. 

Harold  Michael  Tolo,  B.S.,  Luther  College,  1921 ;  A.M.,  University  of  Min- 
nesota, 1926.    Great  Britain  and  the  Zollverein  (1833-1841). 

Almon  Robert  Wright,  Ph.B.,  Denison  University,  1926;  A.M.,  Harvard  Uni- 
versity, 1928.    Church  and  state  in  the  provinces  of  La  Plata  to  1861. 

In  Horticulture 
Kenneth  John  Kadow,  B.S.,  M.S.,  Washington  State  College,  1930,  1932.    Zinc 
sulfate  as  a   fungicide   and   bactericide,  together  with  its   effect   on   peach 
growth  and  on  peach  spray  injury. 

In  Mathematics 

Brent  Gillespie  Clark,  A.B.,  B.E.,  Vanderbilt  University,  1921,  1926;  KM., 
University  of  Alabama,  1931.    The  configuration  of  six  points  of  the  plane. 

Emory  Earl  Walden,  A.B.,  Hendrix  College,  1922;  A.M.,  University  of  Colo- 
rado, 1925.  Algebraic  surfaces  invariant  under  the  symmetric  G120,  with 
special  reference  to  quintics  and  sextics. 

In  Political  Science 

Max  Murphy  Sappenfield,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Indiana  University,  1930,  1932.  Finan- 
cial administration  in  the  States  of  Illinois,  Ohio,  and  Indiana. 

In  Scandinavian 

Walter  Gilbert  Johnson,  A.B.,  Augsburg  College,  1927;  A.M.,  University  of 
Minnesota,  1929.  James  Thomson's  influence  on  Swedish  literature  in  the 
eighteenth  century. 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  37 

In  Zoology 

Paul  Chester  Beaver,  A.B.,  Wabash  College,  1928;  M.S.,  1929.  Experimental 
studies  oh  Echinostoma  revolution  (Froelich),  a  fluke  from  birds  and 
mammals. 

Harry  Jackson  Bennett,  B.S.,  Louisiana  State  University,  1926;  M.S.,  1928. 
The  life  history  of  Cotylophoron  cotylophorum,  a  trematode  from  rumi- 
nants. 

Ray  Janney  Nichols,  A.B.,  Alississippi  College,  1926.  Studies  on  the  mouth 
parts  of  larval  Anura. 


The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Botany 

Nelle  Field  Cooke,  B.S.,  1929  (August) 

In  Chemistry 

Gordon  Dale  Hiatt,  A  B.,  DePauw  University,  1933   (August) 
Leone  Anne  Ruberg,  A.B.,  Law^rence  College,  1930  (October) 
Ralph  Louis  Seifert,  A.B.,  Evansville  College,  1934  (February) 
Fred  Hugh  Snyder,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1933  (August) 

In  Classics 

Sister  '\1.\ry  Ernestine  Cronin,  O.P.,  A.B.,  Canisius  College,  1*925  (October) 
Kathryn    Frances    Killian,    B.Ed.,    Illinois    State    Normal    University,    1928 

(October) 
Ethelyn  Louise  Kirk,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1926  (February) 
Sister  ^L\ry  Aurelia  Marshall,  O.P.,  A.B.,  DePaul  University,  1928  (October) 
Rhoda  Jane  Zachary,  A.B.,  John  B.  Stetson  University,  1929  (February) 

In  Economics 

John  Casimir  Cholewa,  B.S.,  Loyola  University,  1933  (October) 
Alma  La  Verne  Denton,  A.B.,  Greenville  College,  1925  (October) 
William  Joseph  Schlatter,  A.B.,  1933  (October) 

In  Education 

Harvey  J.  Albrecht,  B.S.,  Northwestern  University,  1929  (October) 

Lloyd  Cicero  Wallace  Alison,  A.B.,  1923  (August) 

Leslie  Ward  Carson,  A.B.,  Franklin  College,  1920  (October) 

George  Franklin  Coriell,  A.B.,  Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1927  (August) 

Raiman  Wilson   Da.mron,   B.Ed.,    Southern   Illinois   State   Normal   University, 

1931  (October) 
Ralph  Talbot  Decker,  B.S.,  1924    (August) 
Hugh  Armstrong  Dollahan,  A.B.,  1926  (October) 
^Mildred  Dorothy  Fleming,  A.B.,  1922  (February) 
Haldon   Verne    Foltz,    B.Ed.,    Eastern    Illinois    State    Teachers    College,    1932 

(October) 
Elbert    Fulkerson,    B.Ed.,    Southern    Illinois    State    Normal    University,    1926 

(October) 
Arthur  Ray  Grismer,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929  (October) 
Benjamin  Grote,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1928  (October) 
Sister  Mary  Isabelle  Gunning,  A.B.,  DePaul  University,  1928  (August) 
Louise  Elizabeth  Hager,  A.B.,  Indiana  State  Teachers  College,  1916  (October) 
Ernest  Lynn  Hill,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1927  (October) 
Ruth  Charlotte  Huggins,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1930  (October) 
Edward  Miron  Jasper,  B.S.,  191 1  (August) 
Herrin  Egbert  Jones,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,   1929 

(August) 


38  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

Katherine  Comyn  Koch,  Ph.B.,  Shurtleff  College,  1922;  B.S.,  1924  (August) 

Perry  Waldo  McAllister,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1916  (August) 

Clark  Wright  McDermith,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1929  (August) 

Jewell  Aubrey  Mann,  A.B.,  Evansville  College,  1928  (August) 

Andrew  Edward  Meurlot,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1929 

(August) 
Harris  Morton  Robertson,  B.S.,  Illinois  College,  1925  (October) 
Margaret  Elizabeth  Rourke,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1919  (August) 
John  Philip  Sabo,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1922  (October) 
BuREN  Huff  Smith,  A.B.,  Wabash  College,  1922  (October) 
Louise  Taylor,  A.B.,  1926  (October) 

Paul  Wilson  Thomas,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1921   (August) 
Sister  Mary  Madelina  Thornton,  B.V.M.,  A.B.,  Clarke  College,  1928  (August) 
Mary  Veronica  Trout,  A.B.,  State  University  of  Iowa,  1925  (August) 
Russell  Brough  Troxel,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1923  (August) 
Dorothy  Mary  Washburn,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1925   (August) 

In  English 

LiLLiE  Lucile  Barnes,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929  (February) 
Margaret  Pearl  Broderick,  A.B.,  Webster  College,  1928  (October) 
Roland  Crozier  Burton,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 
Mildred  Lorraine  Cox,  A.B.,  1932  (October) 

Ross  Lloyd  Crigler,  B.S.,  Central  Missouri  State  Teachers  College,  1926  (Oc- 
tober) 
Aneita  Emaline  Hill,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1930  (October) 
Leo  Hughes,  A.B.,  1933  (October) 
Margaret  Kertes,  A.B.,  1930  (October) 

Adelia  Carolyn  Metzger,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1926  (October) 
Rose  Pauline  Samuell,  A.B.,  1931   (October) 
Beatrice  Lucille  Scotland,  B.S.,  1933  (October) 
Charles  Harlen  Shattuck,  A.B.,  1932  (October) 
Jane  Marie  Smith,  A.B.,  1932  (October) 
Eloise  Burnap  Swain,  A.B.,  Shurtleff  College,  1933   (February) 

In  Entomology 
Barnard  deWitt  Burks,  A.B.,  1933  (October) 

In  German 

Emil  Maximilian  Mortel,  A.B.,  1933  (February)    . 

Louise  Schimpf,  A.B.,  1933  (October) 

Eunice  Valeria  Teele,  A.B.,  MacMurray  College,  1932  (October) 

In  History 

David  Axelrod,  B.S.,  1933  (August) 

Mary  Georgia  Blaeuer,  B.S.,  1930  (August) 

Elliot  Cassidy,  A.B.,  1934  (February) 

Raymond  John  Froehlich,  A.B.,  B.S.,  1931,  1934  (August) 

William  Lang  Goodwin,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929  (August) 

Esther  Vivian  Hill,  A.B.,  Milton  College,  1925 ;  A.B.,  1934  (August) 

Edith  Rosamond  Lightle,  A.B.,  Asbury  College,  1923  (October) 

Helen  Louise  Merz,  A.B.,  1924  (October) 

Minnie  Niess,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1920  (August) 

Nell  Griswold  Oppitz,  A.B.,  National  Normal  University,  1907  (August) 

Ruth  Eby  Pierce,  A.B.,  1932  (October) 

William  Frederick  John  Schulz,  A.B.,  1933  (August) 

Eva  Loreen  Scranton,  A.B.,  1931  (October) 

Mary  Burford  West,  A.B.,  Missouri  Valley  College,  1925  (October) 


Dcfirccs  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  39 

In  Library  Science 

Esther  Ellen  Kleist,  A.B.,  University  of   Minnesota,  1918;   B.S.(Lib.),   1932 
(February) 

In  Mathematics 

Pauline  Beatty,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 

Virgil  George  Bretthauer,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1929  (October) 

Daltye  ]Martha  Cleveland,  A.B.,  Alurray  State  Teachers  College,  1933   (Oc- 
tober) 

CoRNisE  Maude  Denise,  A.B.,  1928  (October) 

Verda  Marion  Lewis,  A.B.,  Allegheny  College,  1928  (August) 

Florence  Annette  Munson,  A.B.,  1929  (August) 

Richard  Elvis  Watson,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932 
(February) 

In  Philosophy 

John  Wilson  Lewis,  A.B.,  1931  (February) 
Richard  Allen  Stice,  A.B.,  1933  (August) 

In  Physics 

Haldon  Arthur  Leedy,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1933  (February) 
Merrill  Thomas  Muzzey,  A.B.,  Iowa  State  Teachers  College,  1927  (October) 
Harvey  Albert  Schultz,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1933  (February) 

In  Political  Science 

Robert  Wallace  Rafuse,  A.B.,  Colgate  University,  1934  (February) 

Alvin  Miner  Randles,  B.S.,  1932  (October) 

Archie  Lawrence  Reed,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1928  (October) 

In  Psychology 

John  Turner  Caldwell,  A.B.,  1930  (October) 

James  Milton  Richey,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1929  (October) 

In  Romance  Languages 

NoRVAL  Palmer  Barksdale,  A.B.,  University  of  Kansas,  1922   (October) 
Helen  Grace  Hoar,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1927  (August) 
Sister  Mary  Benoit  Holahan,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Loyola  University,  1919,  1924  (Oc- 
tober) 
Georgie  Campbell  Lingle,  B.Ed.,   Southern   Illinois   State   Normal  University, 

1929  (October) 
Alexander  Osborne  ^Macreff,  A.B.,  1933   (February) 

Sister  Mary  Fabian  Moore,  A.B.,  Catholic  University  of  America,  1922   (Oc- 
tober) 
RowENA  Ahl  Odenweller,  A.B.,'  Augustana  College,  1933  (February) 
Beryl  Iilene  Schroeder,  A.B.,  University  of  North  Dakota,  1924  (February) 

In  Sociology 

Victoria  Jutelis,  A.B.,  Illinois  Woman's  College,  1929  (August) 
Betty- Jane  Kendall,  B.S.,  1933  (October) 

In  Speech 
M.\RY  J.  Skidmore,  A.B.,  Ottawa  University,  1920   (February) 

In  Zoology 

Lawrence  Frederick  Miller,  A.B.,  1933  (February) 

Emilie  McDavid  Rickey,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1929  (August) 


40  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Accountancy 

Thomas  Jacob  Boyd,  B.S.,  University  of  Pittsburgh,  1930  (August) 
Frank  Higginbotham,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 
Mary  Elizabeth  Readey,  B.S.,  1933  (August) 

In  Agricultural  Economics 

Ward  Curtis  Cannon,  B.S.,  1922  (October) 
Austin  Albert  Claypool,  B.S.,  1929  (October) 
Walton  Wood  Rose,  B.S.,  1932  (October) 
Elmer  Louis  Sauer,  B.S.,  1931  (August) 

In  Animal  Husbandry 
Dewey  Mason  Turney,  B.S.,  Alabama  Polytechnic  Institute,  1930  (August) 

In  Architectural  Engineering 
James  Elliott  Branch,  B.S.,  1929  (October) 

In  Bacteriology 

Jesse  Ralph  Brasmer,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929  (October) 
Harold  Lee   Slichenmyer,   B.Ed.,    Illinois   State    Normal   University,    1930 
(August) 

In  Botany 
Leonard  Freeman  Williams,  B.S.,  1932  (February) 

In  Chemistry 

Max  Ingersoll  Bowman,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1932  (October) 

John  William  Carwell,  A.B.,  Baker  University,  1933  (October) 

Edmund  John  Colton,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1933   (August) 

Ralph  Ellsworth  Cramer,  A.B.,  Simpson  College,  1920  (February) 

Charles  David  Faulkner,  B.Ed.,  Southern   Illinois  State  Normal  University, 

1929  (August) 
Dorothy  Vivian  Footitt,  A.B.,  1930  (October) 
Sydney  William  Frey,  B.S.,  McKendree  College,  1925  (October) 
Chalmer  Andrew  Gross,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 
William  Henry  Holst,  A.B.,  1923  (October) 
Pong  Cheh  Jen,  B.S.,  National  Central  University,   1932;   A.B.,  Southwestern 

College,  1933  (August) 
Frederick  William  Klayer,  B.S.,  Monmouth  College,  1933  (October) 
Robert  William  Krebs,  B.S.,  1933  (February) 
George  Melvin  Pohler,  B.S.,  1933  (August) 
Edward  Clarence  Price,  B.S.,  Kansas  State  Teachers  College  (Emporia),  1928 

(October) 
Clarence  Albert  Stiegman,  B.S.,  1932  (August) 
Douglas  Ryan  Turner,  B.S.,  1931  (October) 

Irene  Van  Meter,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1926  (October) 
Robert  Leon  Walker,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1933 

(August) 

In  Civil  Engineering 

George  Watson  Bradshaw,  B.S.,  C.E.,  University  of  Kansas,  1921,  1934  (Feb- 
ruary) 
Donald  Kibler  Harmeson,  B.S.,  1933  (October) 
William  Albert  Hasfurther,  B.S.,  1933  (October) 

In  Dairy  Husbandry 
George  Leroy  Gibson,  B.S.,  Connecticut  State  College,  1933  (October) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  41 

In  Economics 
Eli  Winston  Clemens,  B.S.,  Virginia  Polytechnic  Institute,  1930  (October) 

In  Education 

Leslie  Edward  Adams,  B.S.,  1029  (October) 

Santiago  del  Castillo  Apanay,  B.S.,  1934  (February) 

Merner  Bennett  Call,  B.S.,  1927  (October) 

Ralph  Waldo  Chenoweth,  B.S.,  1932  (February) 

Clarence  Delmar  Connaway,  B.S.,  1930  (August) 

Lamon  Kendle  Coons,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 

A'iRGiL  Cleoh  Dollahon,  B.S..  1930  (October) 

Robert  Blissfield  Eadie,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 

Emmett  Nicholas  Fisher,  B.S.,  1926  (October) 

Hazel  Augusta  Gordon,  A.B.,  1921  (August) 

Earl  James  Harrington,  B.S.,  1925  (October) 

Irvin  Russel  Hill,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1928  (August) 

Eva  Adaline  Howarth,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 

Harold  Leslie  Hunter,  B.S.,  1924  (August) 

Harlan  Fletcher  James,  B.S.,  1927  (February) 

Charles  Delbert  Kemp,  B.S.,  1920  (August) 

\'ernon  Robert  Kent,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 

Hugo  Condrey  Kibbie,  B.S.,  Northwestern  University,  1928  (October) 

Oliver  Martin  Langhorst,  B.S.,  1931    (August) 

Albert  Frederick  Laurence,  B.S.,  1911  (October) 

Cecil  A.  McCoy,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1923  (October) 

Leta  McIlvain,  B.S.,  1923  (October) 

Vernon  Leroy  Replogle,  B.S.,  1929  (October) 

Lucille  Nadine  Ronalds,  A.B.,  Mt.  Holyoke  College,  1926  (October) 

Bryan  Waldo  Smith,  B.S.,  1924  (October) 

John  Arthur  Torrens,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois   State  Teachers  College,   1924 

(October) 
Gilbert  Rene  Valbert,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 
Timothy  Romeo  Veal,  B.S.,  1932  (August) 
Alva  Clinton  Watson,  B.S.,  1924  (October) 
Mary  Louise  Wells,  B.S.,  1929  (August) 
Dwight  York,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 

In  Entomology 

Charles  Chalmer  Compton,  B.S.,  Connecticut  Agricultural  College,  1921    (Oc- 
tober) 

In  Home  Economics 

Mary  Holton,  B.S.,  Kansas  State  College  of  Agriculture  and  Applied  Science, 
1933  (October) 

In  Horticulture 
Thomas  Jay  Douglass,  B.S.,  1922  (February) 

In  Library  Science 
Sylvia  Coral  Gilmore,  A.B.,  Nebraska  Wesleyan  University,  1920;  B.S.(Lib.), 
1930  (February) 

In  Mathematics 

Russell  Brown  Cosner,  B.S.,  Eureka  College,  1925  (August) 

Wayne  Franklin  Eckley,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1927  (October) 

In  Railway  Mechanical  Engineering 
John  Spencer  Ingles,  B.S.,  1933  (February) 


42 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 


In  Theoretical  and  Applied  Mechanics 

William  Donald  Boone,  B.S.,  1932  (October) 
Herbert  Richard  Lissner,  B.S.,  1930  (August) 

In  Transportation 
Kelley  Chen,  B.S.,  Chiao-Tung  University,  1930  (February) 

In  Zoology 

Joseph  William  Galbreath,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 

1929    (August) 
Sister  Stella  Maria  Hogan,  R.S.AI.,  Ph.B.,  St.  Xavier  College,   1921 ;  A.M., 

Catholic  University  of  America,  1924  (August) 
Erma  Louise  Laning,  B.S.,  1933  (August) 
Arthur  Cornelius  Twomey,  B.S.,  University  of  Alberta,  1933  (February) 


The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Joseph  Henry  Belair  (February) 
Hubert  Edward  Brogden  (February) 
Phileta  Elizabeth  Burnham 

(October) 
Max  Bussel,  with  Honors  in  Philoso- 
phy (August) 
John  Anthony  Cassin  (February) 
Roger  Whitney  Coble  (October) 
Luke  Creel  (October) 
Donald  Rosevear  Crocker  (February) 
Robert  Lovelock  Delves  (February) 
El  WOOD  Joseph  Dempsey  (October) 
Betty  Denison,  with  Honors  in  Psy- 
chology (August) 
Gayle  Ada  Dennison  (August) 
James  Henry  Dietrich  (February) 
Josephine  Dilley  Donica  (February) 
Raymond  Burton  DuVal,  Jr. 

(February) 
Relfe  Stanford  Ehret  (February) 
Virginia  Burns  Fishback  (February) 
Catherine  Vivian  Herbert  Fisher 

(October) 
Allen  Fiske  (February) 
Doris  Donnabel  Gilchrist  (February) 
Jane  Neuman  Gingery  (February) 
Felix  Bruno  Giovanelli,  with  High 

Honors  in  French   (February) 
Harold  Goldstein  (August) 
Elisabeth  Jones  Gray  (February) 
John  Sheldon  Grier  (October) 
Albert  Weston  Hall  (October) 
John  Dean  Handbury  (October) 
Harry  Tefft  Harlow  (October) 
Howard  Conrad  Hartman  (October) 


Edith  Lenora  Haworth  (August) 
Thomas  Edward  Hayden  (August) 
Roy  Landon  Hilligoss  (August) 
Dorothy  Margaret  Hollowell 

(August) 
Henry  John  Holverson,  with  Honors 

in  English  (August) 
Mary  Williams  Hoyne  (October) 
Frances  Mary  Huff  (October) 
Madison  Hunt,  with  Honors  in  Chem- 
istry  (August) 
John  A^Tichael  Jablonsky  (August) 
Katherine  Gladys  Johnson  Jackson 

(October) 
Lindsey  Raymond  Jeanblanc 

(February) 
Marvin  Otto  Jeck  (October) 
James  Winfi5;ld  Karber  (August) 
Lowell  Kirkpatrick,  with  Honors  in 

Economics   (February) 
Olive  Ann  Kirkpatrick,  with  Honors 

in  History  (October) 
Marie  Virginia  Klapperich 

(February) 
John  Donald  Latta  (February) 
Watson  Freeman  Lawton  (August) 
Bolivar  Smith  McDougal  (February) 
William  Rozell  McGlathery 

(February) 
Janet  Adelaide  Maltby,  with  Honors 

in  French  (October) 
Thomas  Ignatius  Megan  (February) 
Francis  Owen  Neer  (February) 
Margaret  Bright  Norris  (October) 
Leo  Joseph  Novak  (February) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 


43 


Charlotte  Elizabeth  O'Connor 

(October) 
Virginia  Letitia  Pettegrew 

(FebruarjO 
Doris  Dammann  Praeger  (February) 
Kenneth  Dale  Raab  (February) 
Charles  C.  Riedel  (August) 
Arthur  Charles  Ropiequet 

(February) 
Edward  Gatewood  Sanderson 

(February) 
Palt.  Satterfield  (February) 
Ilda  Jean  Schafer,  with  Honors  in 

English  (February) 


LeRoy  C.  Smallenberger  (February) 
Richard   Herman    Spitznas 

(February) 
James  Phillip  Sweeney  (February) 
Albert  Carter  Tillman,  Jr. 

(February) 
Helen  Hafliger  Waltmire  (October) 
Homer  Fauquier  Weir,  with  Honors 

in  Zoology  (February) 
Richard  Haven  Wiley,  with  Honors 

in  Chemistry  (August) 
AIaurice  Oliver  Willman  (February) 
Robert  Wendell  Young  (February) 
Seymour  Ziff  (February) 


In  Home  Economics 


Alice  Marian  De  Long  (October) 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Robert  H.  Griffith,  with  High 

Honors  in  Chemistry  (February) 
William  Stokes  McCabe  (October) 
Paul  Allen  jMeglitsch,  with  High 
Honors  in  Zoology  (February) 


John  Patrick  O'Brien  (February) 
Stanley  Thomas  Schneider 
(February) 


In  Chemical  Engineering 

Paul  Latrell  Barrick,  with  High  Fred  Carville  Hands  (February) 

Honors  (February)  William  Edmund  Sinden  (August) 

In  Chemistry 
Edward  Frederick  Jochen  (February)      John  Richard  Schaeffer,  with  High 


Lloyd  AL\rvin  Joshel,  with  High 

Honors  (February) 
Richard  Anthony  AIorrissey 

(February) 


Honors  (February) 
Henry  John  Stoecker  (February) 


The  College  of  Commerce  and  Business 
Administration 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Accountancy 


Owen  Dale  Davidson  (February) 
Marvine  Pearl  Do\'er  (February) 
John  Cooper  Hogue  (August) 
Donald  Wright  AIcConachie 

(October) 
Oliver  Chauncey  Miller,  Jr. 

(February) 


Frank  Paul  Rauktis  (August) 
AIerton  Harvey  Pattison  Rodi 

(February) 
Charles  Junior  Slater  (October) 
Herschel  Francis  Strickland 

(February) 
Robert  Eugene  Van  Sickle  (October) 


44  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

In  Banking  and  Finance 

Harold  Purvis  Echternach  (October)  Harold  Andrew  Messing  (February) 

Melvin  Eugene  Franks,  with  Honors  George  Charles  Sekava  (October) 

(February)  Charles  Campbell  Wilson 
Howard  Nelson  Froyd  (February)  (February) 

Herbert  Charles  Gunner  (February) 

In  Commerce  and  Law 

Sam  Bergman  (February)  Donald  Hoy  (February) 

John  Curtis  Ermentrout  (October)  Isadore  Jay  Mnookin  (October) 

Francis  Sibley  Feiger  (February)  Robert  Leland  Tindall  (October) 

In  Commercial  Teaching 
Dorothy  Marie  Wehling  (August) 

In  Foreign  Commerce 
Harold  Eugene  Sturman  (October) 

In  General  Business 

Reginald  Stephen  Altman   (August)  Charles  Edmund  Line  (February) 

Frank  Bonner  Anderson  (February)  Janeva  Longworth  (October) 

Robert  William  Anderson  (August)  Charles  Weyand  McKown  (October) 

Donn  Davis  Baer  (August)  Robert  A.  McNamara  (February) 

Robert  Todd  Ball  (August)  John  Leo  McNeil  (February) 

Willis  McClain  Bercaw  (February)  Paul  Bryan  Meyer  (February) 

Wilbur  William  Bingaman  Ralph  Everett  Muns  (February) 

(February)  Robert  Anthony  O'Malley 
Lawrence  Theodore  Chaouette  (February) 

(February)  Russell  Burdette  Paulson  (October) 

Charles  Wesley  Grain  (February)  Hobart  Luther  Peer  (February) 

Beatrice  Lillian  Fox  (October)  Harold  Lee  Ray  (August) 

Leon  Bernard  Geithman  (February)  Arthur  Edward  Serwich  (February) 

Abraham  Gosenput  (October)  Orville  Randall  Snapp  (August) 

Carlysle  E.  W.  Hamilton  (February)  Harold  Forrest  Stolle  (August) 

Clement  Howard  Ireland  (October)  William  Ogden  West  (February) 

Cornelius  Jackson  (February)  Harold  Earl  Wilson  (August) 
William  Webb  Johnson  (August) 


In  Industrial  Administration 

Frank  Louis  Koi 

(February) 
James  Harris  Lake  (October) 


Roland  George  Ackman   (October)  Frank  Louis  Konopasek,  Jr. 

Kenneth  Page  Cooper  (August)  (February) 


The  College  of  Engineering 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Ceramic  Engineering 

Raymond  Kantor  Erhardt  George  Joseph  Fitzpatrick,  Jr. 

(February)  (October) 

In  Civil  Engineering 
John  August  Tschudy  (October) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  45 

In  Electrical  Engineering 

Kester  Tennery  Benninger  (October)       Bertram  Henry  Winkler  (October) 
Hiram  Edwin  Fite  (October) 

In  Engineering  Physics 

Wendell  Richard  Kiltz,  with  Honors 
(February) 

In  General  Engineering 
Oliver  Charles  Parmely  (February)        Malcolm  Keith  Twichell  (February) 

In  Mechanical  Engineering 

Paul  Eugene  Lorance  Anderson  William  Howard  Davis  (October) 

(February)  Ralph  William  Lazear,  with  Honors 

Clarence  Frederick  Bartelsmeyer  (February) 

(October)  George  William  Miles  (February) 

John  William  Christner  (February)  Frederick  August  Schick  (February) 

In  Railway  Civil  Engineering 

George  Westbrook  Svoboda 
(February) 

In  Railway  Electrical  Engineering 
Erhardt  Julius  Gardey  (October) 


The  College  of  Agriculture 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Agriculture 

James  Harland  Adams  (October)  Francis  William  Kittinger  (October) 

Malcolm  Dean  Canterbury  (October)  Bernie  Leroy  McNabb  (February) 

Fred  Alexander  Dahir  (October)  Halsey  Lincoln  Miles  (February) 

John  Marshall  Fullington  Warren  Adam  Mynard  (February) 

(February)  William  Robert  Peterson 
Luther  Elmer  Hamilton  (February)  (February) 

Edward  Hickey  (February)  George  Fisher  Potter  (February) 

Victor  Charles  Kallal,  with  Honors  Lyle  Eldred  Snyder  (February) 

(October)  Clarence  Herbert  Tempel  (February) 

In  Home  Economics 

Mary  Eliza  Heath  (February)  Beulah  Frances  Moore  (October) 

Katherine  Hortense  Floyd  (October)       Evelyn  Grace  Weber  (October) 


The  College  of  Education 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Education 

Mary  Biggar  Alford  (October)  Lida  Berline  (October) 

Arthur  John  Anderson   (February)        Loraine  John  Bert  (August). 
Irwin  Barnofsky  (February)  Mary  Helen  Besore   (October) 


46 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 


Edward  Irving  Boies  (August) 
John  Frawley  Brown  (August) 
Charles  Samuel  Campbell  (October) 
Vera  Louise  Clark  (February) 
Herbert  L.  Comstock  (February) 
Claire  Iona  Cornick  (February) 
NiCKOLAS  Cost  (Constantinou) 

(February) 
Charles  Damit  (October) 
Jesza  Maurine  Deppen   (August) 
Leianna  Devlin  (October) 
John  Emanuel  Dillsaver  (August) 
Amzi  Theodore  Epperson    (February) 
Eugene  Bryan  Epperson  (February) 
Genevieve  Elizabeth  Ford   (October) 
Frances  Ellen  Forkner  (August) 
Bradford  Allan  Foss  (October) 
Clinton  Carson  Green  (October) 
Florence  Lillian  Green  (August) 
Ernest  Mason  Harshbarger 

(October) 
William  Hartranft  (October) 
Lonnie  Lew  Vene  Holloway  (August) 
Clyde  Clure  Hood  (February) 
Lettie  Edith  Jones  (October) 
Ruth  Odette  Jones  (October) 
Hazel  Esther  Kellogg  (August) 
Lester  Joseph  Kelly  (October) 
Florence  Goodrich  Kerns  (August) 
Arnold  John  Kiburz,  Jr.  (February) 
Freeman  A.  Koehler  (August) 
Cecil  Harold  Lanham  (February) 
Barbara  Lapinski  (February) 
Aaron  Hawthorne  Lauchner,  with 

High  Honors  in  Speech  and  High 

Honors  in  Education   (October) 
James  Lymperopoulos  (October) 


Maurice  Lester  AIcCormack  (August) 
Leo  James  Martin  (October) 
I\Iildred  Catherine  AIorrison 

(February) 
AIary  Adelia  Nichols  (October) 
Nina  AIuriel  Norton  (August) 
Vivian  Rose  Nuess,  with  Honors  in 

Mathematics   (August) 
Esther  Pauline  O'Donnell  (October) 
Mariano  Raguro  Palaroan  (August) 
Carlotta  Parron  (February) 
Leona  Junette  Peile  (February) 
Henry  LaRue  Pitts  (August) 
Martha  Lucile  Porter  (August) 
Jennie  Eileen  Powers  (August) 
Luther  Kenneth  Rhoades  (February) 
Helen  Louise  Roberts  (February) 
Henrietta  Jane  Roberts  (October) 
Lenore  Scharschug  (October) 
Glen  wood  Louis  Schertz  (August) 
Alice  Jane  Scott  (October) 
Helen  Marie  Seelmayer  (February) 
George  Milton  Shuman  (October) 
Fayette  Raphael  Small  (October) 
Hans  B.  Smedegaard  (February) 
John  Robert  Taylor  (February) 
Luther  Allen  Thomas  (August) 
Grace  Walker  Tompkins  (August) 
WiLLA  Margaret  Van  Petten 

(October) 
Amelia  Lorretta  Vorndran  (August) 
Homer  AL^nvil  Waddle  (October) 
AL'^rcella  Ursula  Weclew 

(February) 
Jean  Westwater   (February) 
Leroy  H.  Wiley  (February) 


In  Home  Economics  Education 
Helen  Marie  Moye  (August) 

In  Industrial  Education 
Primo  Robert  Borri  (February)  William  Eugene  Fleming  (February) 

In  Music  Education 

Gale  Kenith  Blakeslee,  as  of 
February  6,  1932  (October) 


The  College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Architectural  Engineering 
Howard  Chandler  Blue  (February)         Euplio  Richardi  (February) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  47 

Ix  Architecture 
Henry  Victor  Chescoe  (August)  Joseph  Stein  (October) 

Jedd  Stow  Reisner  (October)  Hugo  Lopez  Videla  (October) 

In  Public  School  Music 
Marian  Svrlinga  (October)  Byron  B.  Wyman  (August) 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Fine  Arts 

In  Painting 
Betty  Ross  (October)  Charlotte  June  Slane  (August) 


The  College  of  Law 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Laws 

Alfred  William  Borg,  Jr.,  A.B.,  1932  Lester  Morton  Huffman,  A.B., 

(February)  University  of  Iowa,  1925  (August) 

Robert  Austin  Coney,  A.B.,  Bradley  George  Walter  Schwaner,  Jr.,  B.S.L., 

Polytechnic  Institute,  1930  Northwestern  University,  1932 

(August)  (August) 

Leonard  Julian  Hertzberg,  A.B.,  1933  Russell  Marvin  Striplin,  A.B.,  1932 

(February)  (October) 

Charles  Hillerby  Hopper,  A.B.,  Gerald  Lorraine  Sweat,  A.B.,  Knox 

Illinois  College,  1932   (February)  College,  1932  (February) 


The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Law 

John  ^\llen  Appleman,  A.B.,  1933 
(February) 


The  School  of  Journalism 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Journalism 

Margaret  Priscilla  Adams  (October)  Marian  Eileen  Heniken  (October) 

Haviland  Arthur  Connolly  Garry  Haase  Homann  (February) 

(February)  May  Victoria  Lantz  (February) 

David  Ehrnstein  (February)  Richard  Carl  Ross  (February) 


The  School  of  Physical  Education 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Physical  Education 
Carolyn  Addie  Jackson  (February) 


48 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 


The  Library  School 
The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science  in  Library  Science 


Elsie  Eleanor  Booth  (August) 


Sister  Mary  Gregoriana  Truszka, 
A.B.,   DePaul   University,    1932 
(October) 


The  College  of  Medicine 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science  in  Medicine 


Herbert  Jack  Apfelberg  (October) 
Meyer  Backer  (October) 
Samuel  Mitchell  Bluefarb 

(February) 
Meyer  Merle  Cutler  (February) 
Maurice  Graziano  Farinacci 

(October) 
Joseph  H.  Filip  (October) 
Jack  Finkelstein  (October) 
Eugene  Warren  Gessler  (February) 
Jacob  Grossblatt  ("October) 
"Friedy  Heisler  (February) 
Nathan  Leonard  Hoffenberg 

(February) 


Henry  Sargent  Howard  (February) 
Ernest  Arthur  Kahn  (February) 
Philip  Rankin  Latta  (October) 
Harold  Marks  (October) 
Samuel  Nieder  (February) 
Fred  August  Quenzer    (February) 
Samuel  S.  Reinglass  (February) 
Frederick  Jasper  Ricketts 

(February) 
Louis  Schlan   (October) 
David  William  Steinberg  (October) 
John  Richard  Taylor  (February) 


The  Certificate  in  Medicine 


Glenn  C.  Andersen,  B.S.  (July  i, 

1934) 
Chester  Dale  Bradley  (June  22, 

1934) 
Maurice  Graziano  Farinacci,  B.S. 

(February  i,  1935) 
William  Hoffstadter,  B.S.   (October 

I,  1934) 


Ralph  Eugene  Rosen,  B.S.  (September 

15,  1934) 
Ralph  Millard  Seaton  (December  i, 

1934) 
Leroy  Thomas  Telford   (February  6, 

1935) 


The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Medicine 

Cyril  Jacob  Anslinger,  B.S.    (July  i,  1934) 

Bruce  Ned  Balding,  B.S.    (July  i,  1934) 

Michael  Ballin,  B.S.    (December  31,  1934) 

Lester  Sidney  Baskin,  B.S.    (July  i,  1934) 

Paul  Barnabus  Bauer  (July  i,  1934) 

Maurice  Loren  Becker,  B.S.    (July  i,  1934) 

Robert  Edward  Bedard,  B.S.    (July  i,  1934) 

Arthur  Bernstein,  B.S.    (July  i,  1934) 

Harold  Carroll  Bernstein,  B.S.    (December  31,  1934) 

Samliel  Leonard  Bernstein,  B.S.    (July  12,  1934) 

Harry  S.  Bezman,  B.S.    (July  i,  1934) 

Alexander  Oscar  Birgerson,  B.S.    (July  i,  1934) 

Ellis  Bonnell,  B.S.    (July  i,  1934) 

Charles  Elmer  Branch,  B.S.    (July  i,  1934) 

Harry  Brodsky  (July  i,  1934) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  49 

George  Freeman  Brooks  (July  i,  1934) 

Donald  Dinsmore  Burroughs,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

Morris  Buyer  (June  17,  1934) 

Harold  Jesse  Cawthorne,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

Bernard  Victor  Chern,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

William  Arnold  Christian,  Jr.,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Francis  Anthony  Cirrincione,  B.S.  (June  10,  1934) 

Jacob  Cohen,  B.S.    (July  i,  1934) 

Melvin  Russell  Cohen,  B.S.,  M.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

Robert  Bruce  Collins,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Oscar  Howard  Comess  (July  i,  1934) 

James  Oliver  Conlkin,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

Harry  Cooper,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

Clarence  Stephen  Costigan,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Albert  Donald  Coyne,  B.S.  (December  31,  1934) 

Fred  Louis  Darnall  (July  i,  1934) 

Casimir  Demski,  B.S.    (July  i,   1934) 

Helen  Octavia  Dickens,  B.S.   (June  15,  1934) 

Clyde  Allan  Dickinson  (July  i,  1934) 

Max  M.  Dunn,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Milton  Arnold  Dushkin,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Claude  Irving  Ellis,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

James  Caleb  Ellis,  B.S.    (July  i,   1934) 

Harlan  English,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Frank  Joseph  Fara,  Jr.,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Leland  Kenneth  Farlander   (July  i,   1934) 

Emanuel  J.  Feinhandler,  B.S.  (September  30,  1934) 

Nathan  S.  Fox   (August  i,   1934) 

Anthony  Francona,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Ralph  Waldo  Freeman,  B.S.  (June  20,  1934) 

Seeley  B.  Furby  (July  i,  1934) 

Samuel  Sigmund  Gilbert,  B.S.   (December  31,  1934) 

Abraham  Mitchell  Gottlieb,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

Jacob  D.  Gottlieb,  B.S.  (October  5,  1934) 

Bernard  Louis  Greene,  B.S.   (October  7,  1934) 

Nathan  Richard  Gusinow,  B.S.  (July  10,  1934) 

Carl  Julius  Gustafson,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

Wesley  Axel  Gustafson  (July  i,  1934) 

Deloss  Reed  Hanley,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

James  Frank  Harris   (July  i,  1934) 

Lewis  Michael  Helfer  (July  i,  1934) 

Clifford  Alva  Hendricks  (July  i,  1934) 

Zelma  Lamb  Herndon,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

Ross  Edward  Herrmann,  B.S.  (September  30,  1934) 

Sam  Holtzmann,  B.S.    (December  26,  1934) 

Joseph  Louis  Hrdina   (July  i,  1934) 

Nathan  G.  Ingber,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

William  Francis  Jacobs,  A.B.,  B.S.  (December  31,  1934) 

Eric  Gunnar  Johnson,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Stephen  Patrick  Johnson,  B.S.    (July  i,   1934) 

Victor  Herbert  Karpass,  B.S.  (February  4,  1935) 

Cletus  Timothy  Kearney,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

George  Thomas  Kersey  (September  30,  1934) 

Maltjice  Klotz,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

Sidney  Deutsch  Klow  (June  15,  1934) 

Louis  Joseph  Knapp,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

David  Sydney  Koransky,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

Julius  Maurice  Krevitt,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Jack  Kruglick,  B.S.   (September  30,  1934) 

Leo  Carroll  Larkin  (December  31,  1934) 

Homer  Lee  Lawder,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Samuel  O.  Levin   (July  i,  1934) 


50  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

Albert  Joseph  Levine,  B.S.    (July  i,   1934) 

Jacob  Levy,  B.S.  (July  i,  i934) 

Elbert  Kenneth  Lewis,  B.S.   (June  15,  1934) 

Samuel  J.  Lipnitzky  (October  21,  1934) 

Morris  Lester  Lipstein  (July  i,  1934) 

Julius  Lustig,  B.S.  (December  31,  1934) 

Robert  McCune,  Jr.,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Bernard  Edward  Malstrom  (July  i,  1934) 

Samuel  Manelis,  B.S.    (July  i,   1934) 

Meyer  B.  Marks,  B.S.  (December  31,  1934) 

Loms  Philip  Matthei,   B.S.    (July   i,   1934) 

Isadore  Meyers,  B.S.   (October  31,  1934) 

Harry  Dudley  Miller,  Jr.,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Howard  Russell  Miller,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Irving  Mishkin,  B.S.    (July  i,  1934) 

Ira  Telford  Moore  (July  i,  1934) 

Theodore  C.  Mouzakeotis,  B.S.  (February  4,  1935) 

Philip  Howard  Narodick,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

Gus  Warlick  Neece  (July  i,  1934) 

Albert  Nehf,  B.S.  (September  30,  1934) 

Eugene  Madison  Parker   (July  i,  1934) 

Joseph  Aloysius  Patka,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Samuel  Arthur  Purves  (July  i,  1934) 

Reino  Hendrick  Puumala,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

David  Benjamin  Radner,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

William  John  Reed,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Sol  Rome,  B.S.   (December  31,  1934) 

Fred  John  Roos   (July  i,  1934) 

Gabriel  Rose,  B.S.  (June  10,  1934) 

Abraham  Boris  Schubert  (July  i,  1934) 

Irving  Schuman,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

WiLLARD  Edwin  Shinglman,  B.S.   (December  31,  1934) 

Herman  Mayes  Schwerer  (July  i,  1934) 

Norman  Silverstein,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

William  Robert  Sladek,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Gilbert  Elden  Smith  (July  i,  1934) 

Robert  Archie  Smith,  B.S.   (June  10,  1934) 

Ralph  Edgerton  Speer  (July  i,  1934) 

Maurice  Stamler,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Edward  Joseph  Steiner,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Joseph  B.  Teton,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

Paul  Gustav  Thode,  B.S.   (December  31,  1934) 

Samuel  Julius  Turner,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Frank  Edward  Urbanek,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

Harry  Fleming  Vail,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Albert  Joseph  Vesely  (July  i,  1934) 

Harry  Charles  Vesely  (July  i,  1934) 

Frank  Burkhart  Voris,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Maxwell  Nathan  Wacker,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Irwin  Jerome  Waldman,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

Joseph  Monroe  Walker,  Jr.,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

Margaret  Wallace,  B.S.  (June  25,  1934) 

James  Alexander  Weatherly  (July  i,  1934) 

Arthur  Rudolph  Weihe,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

William  Weisdorf,  B.S.   (September  30,  1934) 

Morris  Weiss   (July  i,  1934) 

Jack  Worthington  Welty,  B.S.,  M.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Ernest  William  Werbel,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 

Solomon  Carl  Werch,  B.S.   (December  31,  1934) 

Richard  Elroy  Westland,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 

Ernest  Bernard  Williams,  B.S.  (July  i,  1934) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  51 

James  Alfred  Winsberg,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 
Albyn  Garrett  Wolfe,  A.B.,  B.S.    (July  i,   1934) 
Joseph  Alfonso  Zalar,  B.S.   (July  i,  1934) 
Irving  Ziedman,  A.B.,  B.S.  (December  31,  19,^4) 
Lazar  Eli  Zimmerman,  B.S.   (June  15,  1934) 
Allan  Joseph  Zimring,  B.S.    (December  31,   1934) 
Nathan  Zolt,  B.S.    (December  31,  1934) 


The  College  of  Dentistry 
The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Dental  Surgery 

Irwin  Schwartz   (October)  Victor  Wittert  (October) 

The  College  of  Pharmacy 

The  Degree  of  Pharmaceutical  Chemist 

Hyman  Africk  (February)  Arthur  Leonard  Lampert  (February) 

Leonard  Denenholz   (February)  Louis  Lerner  (February) 

Maria  Raphaella  DiGilio  (February)  Edward  Victor  Lesinski  (February) 

]Max  Drexler   (February)  Edward  Joseph  McKenna  (February) 

Sam  Drexler  (February)  Benjamin  Frank  Madaj  (February) 

Joseph  James  Flanagan   (February)  Thaddeus  Victor  Niemiec  (October) 

Henry   Gardner    (February)  Salvatore  Perrelli  (February) 

Aaron    Archie   Goldin    (February)  James  Charles  Raispis   (February) 

Robert  William  Hoft   (February)  Leon  Zee  Seltzer  (February) 

John  S.  Jankowski  (February)  Dominick  Peter  Serpigo  (February) 

Edward  Abraham  Karsa  (February)  Nathan  Stein  (February) 

T.a.lmage  Wilfred  Kisner  (February)  Joseph  Francis  Valvoda,  Jr. 
Joseph  Klima  (February)  (February) 

David  Kukee  (February)  Melvin  Witkin  (February) 


The  Graduate  School 

(DEGREES  CONFERRED  IN  CHICAGO) 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Dental  Pathology  and  Therapeutics 
Joseph  Leroy  Bernier,  D.D.S.,  1932  (October) 

In  Oral  Surgery 
John  B.  Erich,  B.S.,  AI.D.,  D.D.S.,  1929,  1932,  1933   (February) 

In  Orthodontia 

Fred  James  Angel,  D.D.S.,  University  of  Southern  California,  1933  (February) 
Arthur  Bedward  Lewis,  D.D.S.,  Ohio  State  University,  1933   (February) 
George  Hanna  Prewitt,  B.S.,  University  of  Kentucky,  1930;  D.D.S.,  Univer- 
sity of  Louisville,   1933    (February) 


52  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

Henry  Arnold  Sturman,  D.D.S.,  1922   (February) 

Frank  Blaine  Truesdell,   B.S.,  University  of   Nebraska,   1931 ;   D.D.S.,   1934 
(February) 

In  Physiology 
Milton  Arnold  Dushkin,  B.S.,  M.D.,  1931,  1934  (February) 

In  Psychology 
Thelma  Ethelda  Grubb  Brown,  B.S.,  Ohio  State  University,  1930  (February) 


Commissions  Presented  May  23,  1935 

Second  Lieutenants,  Officers'  Reserve  Corps,  United  States  Army, 
and  Brevet  Captains,  Illinois  National  Guard 


John  Woodrovv  Acker,  Jr. 
Harvey  Heath  Acton 
Glenn  Charles  Ames 
Charles  Riley  Barrick 
Parker  Reynolds  Beamer 
Alfred  Arthur  Beck 
Louis  Ernest  Beckman,  Jr. 
Charles  Theodore  Black 
Andrew  Peter  Boehmer 
Robert  Baumann  Borchers 
Harold  Alton  Brader 
Lowell  Jesse  Capoot 
Merle  H.  Chamberlin 
Robert  Fred  Christensen 
Edward  Thomas  Clark 
Harry  Garrett  Clay 
Richard  Cary  Coddington 
Harry  Lynn  Coonradt 
Charles  Kenneth  Cooper 
Morgan  Bennett  Corlew* 
John  William  Cotter 
Guilford  Henry  Couchman 
Frederick  Sherwood  Crook 
}^L\urice  Edward  Dahmus 
Julian  Laverne  Dodge 
Rupert  Francis  Dunham* 
Edward  John  Dunphy 
Robert  William  Eichenberger 
Robert  Childs  Evans 
Harry  Gordon  Faulkner 
Paul  Przemyslaw  Ficnerski 
Vernon  Andrew  Forsberg 
LoREN  Scott  Eraser 
Dale  Henry  Fulton 
George  Robert  Gauen 
John  Franklin  Gough 
George  Mark  Harding,  Jr. 
Arthur  Brandt  Henning 
Wilfred  Frederick  Hoelscher 
Emil  Robert  Howald 
Francis  Robinson  Inskip 
George  Auson  Johnson 
^La.ck  Cletus  Jones 
Bruce  Adams  King,  Jr. 
David  Easton  Kirkpatrick 
Kermit  Earl  Kline 
Edwin  Marques  LaBaw 
William  James  Littell 
James  Abraham  Lorenz 
Roland  Otto  Luetzelschwab 
John  Silas  McCannon 
Lewis  Sheppard  McClure* 
James  Alvah  ^McHard 
Stanley  Christopher  Mader 
James  Hewitt  Mansfield 


Raymond  Woodrow  Mason 
Bernard  George  Maxwell 
Clifford  Nicholas  Melzer 
Frank  Richard  Mercer 
Joseph  Anthony  Miksak 
Newlin  Dolbey  Morgan,  Jr. 
Frank  McArthur  AIorrow 
Wallace  Mulberry  Mulliken 
Joseph  Lawrence  Murphy 
Arthur  Ray  Nash 
Elmer  Dee  Noren 
Gilbert  Ernest  Oleson 
Edmond  S.  Peracchio 
George  Busch  Phelps 
Albert  Chadwick  Pierson 
Leo  Everett  Pigg 
Edward  John  Piwinski* 
Joseph  Otto  Pokorny* 
Walter  A.  Pyhrr 
Clifford  Fred  Ransom 
Owen  Jordan  Reamer 
Robert  Lee  Redfern 
Roger  Earl  Reeder 
Edmund  August  Rehwald 
Samuel  Charles  Roberts 
Karl  Vincent  Rohlen 
William  Alex  Ropa 
Jerry  Emil  Rouse 
Ansel  Willis  Rumble 
Julian  Gilbert  Ryan 
Frederick  Warren  Salisbltry 
Walter  Phill  Schindel 
William  Peter  Schmitz 
Claude  Leslie  Sekefeld 
William  Basil  Sharav 
Robert  Russell  Sherrill 
Harold  Meyer  Simon 
Harold  Alvin  Smith 
Kenneth  Alan  Smith 
William  Henry  Solger 
John  Robert  Sommer 
William  Randolph  Staggs 
Carl  Luther  Stevenson 
Noel  Benjamin  Summers 
Ray  Holt  Teal 
James  John  Theodore* 
James  Charles  Tourek 
Richard  Donald  Turner 
Vincent  John  Van  Meter 
Lloyd  Jordan  Waldron 
Russell  James  Whyte* 
Norman  Burns  Wilson 
John  Beadles  Wright 
Wilbur  AIason  Young 
Herbert  Carl  Zilly 


'Commissions  as  Lieutenants  in  the  Officers'  Reserve  Corps  presented  in  February,  1935. 


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54 


Commissions  Presented  May  2^,  1935 


Second  Lieutenants,  Officers'  Reserve  Corps,  United  States  Army 


Pliny  Arnold  Adams 
Edward  William  Anger,  Jr. 
Kenneth  Dillon  Bailey 
David  Hunter  Blair 
James  Lawrence  Brierton 
Melville  Leroy  Combs 
James  Henry  Coulter,  Jr. 
John  Chauncey  DeWolf,  Jr. 
Frederick  Charles  Doepke 
Charles  Lyman  Ellis,  Jr. 
Louis  Henry  Goebel 
Marvin  C.  Greer 
Stanley  Harold  Griffin 
James  Owen  Harris 
Edward  Joseph  Jasinski 
John  Caleb  Kriegsman 
William  Francis  Landborg 
Robert  Hermann  Lehmpuhl 
Elbert  Hillis  Loyd,  Jr. 
Willis  Bert  Lynch 


Seaton  Franswell  McDaniel 
Wilbur  Lloyd  McNeil 
Grant  Allan  Mickelson 
Russell  Harrison  Miller 
Rexford  Newcomb,  Jr. 
Arthur  Albert  Parquette 
George  Wiles  Pervier 
Clarence  Robert  Plankenhorn 
Robert  Beauman  Porter 
Charles  Uri  Prout 
Eugene  Corley  Robertson 
Alfred  Charles  F.  Scherer 
James  Charles  Skorcz 
Donald  William  Staehlin 
John  Arnold  Stratton 
James  Austin  Thetford 
Elmo  Arthur  Travis 
Alfonso  Veterane,  Jr. 
Henry  Wiederhold 


Prizes  and  Awards 

Colleges  and  Schools  at  Urbana 


Allerton  American  Traveling 
Scholarships  in  Architecture 
Tom  D.  Danahv 
Arthur  Richard  Williams 

Alpha  Chi  Sigma  Plaque  in 
Chemistry 

William  Bertan  Katz 
Allan  Kenneth  Schneider 
William  Marion  Spurgeon 

Alpha  Rho  Chi  Medal  in 
Architecture 
Dean  Farr.ar  Hilfinger 

Alpha  Zeta  Cup  in  Agriculture 
Ronald  Thomas  Ranson 

American  Institute  of  Architects 
Medal 

Savo  Milan  Stoshitch,  First 
William  Hadley  Buchholz,  Second 

American  Legion  Medals  to 
Sophomores  in  Military 
Science 

James  Collins  Bagg,  Cavalry 
Kenneth  AIurphy  Berninger,  Coast 

Artillery  Corps 
Raymond  Charles  Purl,  Engineers 
Harold  Winther  Busch,  Field 

Artillery 
Paul  Henry  Fackler,  Infantry 
Louis  Henry  Gaefke,  Signal  Corps 

American  Society  of  Civil 
Engineers  Awards 

Central  Illinois  Section: 
Walter  Melvin  Enger 
Albert  ^IacCullough  Levy 
Gordon  Joseph  Lindl 

Illinois  Section: 
Eir.iL  Ralph  Fadum 

Baker  Prizes  in  Civil  Engineering 
W^ALTER  Melvin  Enger,  First 
EiGiL  Ralph  Fadum,  Second 

Beta  Gamma  Sigma  Prize  in 
Commerce 
Ralph  Edward  Suddes 


Bryan  Prize 
Kenneth  L.  Trefftzs 

Cavalry  Medal 
George  Herbert  Zink 

Thomas  Arkle  Clark   (Phi  Eta 
Sigma)   Scholarship  Prize 
Ronald  Thomas  Ranson 

Delta  Theta  Epsilon  Trophy  in 
Physical  Education 
John  Abraham  Fischer 

English  Poetry  Prize 

Cecile  Fern  Rosenthall 

Field  Artillery  Trophies  (Connor 
Cups) 

George  Sterba,  Freshman 

Millard  Eugene  Castle,  Sophomore 

Gale  Benton  Aydelotte,  Jtmior 

Foundation  for  Architecture  and 
Landscape  Architecture 
Architecture: 
William  Hadley  Buchholz 

Landscape  Architecture: 
William  Alfred  Dean 
Eldridge  Hirst  Lovelace 

Gamma  Sigma  Delta  Prize  in 
Agriculture 

Berryman  Richards  Hurt 

Harker  Prizes  in  Law 

Abe    Lawrence    Hoffman    (Senior, 

1934) 
Robert  Vance  Faragher  (Junior, 

1924) 

Hazelton  Medal  in  Military 
Science 
Kenneth  Carl  Anderson 

Intercollegiate  Conference  Medal 
for  Excellence  in  Scholarship 
and  Athletics 
Irving  Roe  Seely 


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56 


Prises  and  Awards 


Iota  Sigma  Pi  Prize  in  Chemistry 
Helen  King 

Italian  Government  Awards 
Felix  Bruno  Giovanelli 
Thomas  A.  Micali 

Kate  Neal  Kinley  Memorial  Fel- 
lowship in  the  Fine  Arts 

Evelyn  Gladys   Swarthout,  B.AI., 
University  of  Kansas,  1932 

Mu  Kappa  Alpha  Cup  in  Music 
Doris  Evangeline  Vance 

Omega  Beta  Pi  Prize  in 

Pre-Medical  Work 
Richard  Allyn 

Pershing  Rifles  Medals 
Frank  Anton  Kveton 
Robert  Paul  Ream 

Phalanx  Awards  to  Freshmen  in 
Military  Science 

Francis    Howard   Bach  man,   Coast 

Artillery 
Marvin  Carmack,  Signal  Corps 
Richard  B.  Fay,  Field  Artillery 
Harvey  Reed  Eraser,  Infantry 
Harold  Everett  Goeke,  Engineers 
Thomas  Lee  Ridge,  Cavalry 

Phi  Beta  Kappa  Prize 

Jay  Benjamin  Lieberman 

Phi  Kappa  Phi  Graduate 
Scholarship 
Willard  Leland  Eckhardt 

Pi  Alpha  Xi  Shield  in  Floriculture 
Eleanor  Dolch 

Plym  Fellowship  in  Architecture 
William  Vernon  Reed,  B.S.,  1930 

Plym  Prizes  in  Architectural 
Engineering 

William  Thomas  Blann 
Howard  Masayuki  Kubota 
Francis  Martin  Baron 

Plym  Prize  for  Sketch  Problems 
Tom  D.  Danahy 

Plym  Prize  for  Summer  Sketches 
Carl  Robert  Gairing 


Ricker  Prize  in  the  History  of 
Architecture 

Arthur  Richard  Williams,  First 

Tom  D.  Danahy,  Second 

John  Sutherland  Winbigler,  Third 

Ryerson  Traveling  Fellowship  in 
Architecture 
William  Hadley  Buchholz 

Ryerson  Traveling  Fellowship  in 
Landscape  Architecture 
William  Alfred  Dean 

Scarab  Medal  in  Architecture 
Joseph  Henry  Crammer 

Scarab  Medal  in  Architectural 
Engineering 

Walter  Leslie  Weaver 

Scarab  Medal  in  Landscape 
Architecture 
George  Edward  Treichel 

Sigma  Delta  Chi  Scroll  and  Key 
for  Seniors  in  Journalism 

June  Elizabeth  Parsons 
William  Harvey  Judy 
Joseph  Higgs  Summers 
Walter  Raymond  Bates 
Harry  Leonard  Frederick 
John  Louis  Strohm 
Harold  Gustave  Roettger 
Ruth  Gilbert  McClain 
Phyllis  Elaine  Gray 

Sigma  Delta  Kappa  Cup  in  Law 

Wayne  Thurlow  Lewis 

Signal  Corps  Medals  and  Insignia 

Stephen   Swayze   Doherty,   Fresh- 

jnan 
Joseph  John  Martin,  Sophomore 
Paul  Henry  Lanphier,  Junior 

Thrift  Essay  Prize 
Kenneth  Lev/is  Trefftzs 

University  Gold  Medal  in  Military 
Science 

Harold  Winther  Busch,  First 
Frederich   Jack  Foersterling, 
Second 

University  Landscape  Architec- 
ture Society  Prize 
Eldridge  Hirst  Lovelace 


Prises  and  Awards 


57 


Colleges  in  Chicago 


Alpha  Omega  Alpha  ]\Iembership 
Awards  in  Medicine 

Nathan  S.  Deutsch 
Robert  Fkiedenberg 
Abraham   Gorday 
Milton  E.  Kurth 
William  W.  Lockwood 
John  Parke 
Matthew  Platt 
Herbert  A.  Schiller 
Frank  J.  Tesar 


Omicron  Kappa  Upsilon  Awards 
in  Dentistr}' 

John  AIonroe  Spence,  B.S.,  1933 
Paul  Oscar  Boyle,  B.S.,  1933 
Marshall  Frederick  Grunwald, 
B.S.,  1933 

Lee  M.  Pedigo  Prize  in  Materia 
Medica 

Harold  Finkelstein 


Samuel  L.  Antonow  Prize  in 
Pharmacy 
Sister  Leonica  Wirkus 


Alice  E.  Pelikan  Prize  in  Materia 
Medica 

Charles  Henrie  Billups 


William  Beaumont  Prize  in 
^Medicine 
Meyer  B.  ^Iarks 

Herm.an  Elich  Prize  in  Chemistry 
Edward  Ernest  Vicher 

William  Gray  Prize  in  Pharmacy 
Sister  Getulia  Honorowski 

Hodel-Saltiel-Hodel  Prize  in 
Pharmacy 
Ferdinand  Benjamin  Zienty 

Lambda  Kappa  Sigma  Key  in 
Pharmacy 
Vivian  Stepek 


Rho  Chi  Membership  Awards  in 
Pharmacy 

Charles  Henrie  Billups 
Edward  Ernest  Vicher 
Ferdinand  Benjamin  Zienty 

Andrew  Scherer  Prize  in  Pharmacy 

Peery  August  Duderstadt 

Seminar  Prize  in  Dentistry 

John  Monroe  Spence,  First 
Paula  Eisemann,  Second 
Theodor  Baum,  Third 


Sigma  Xi  Prize  in  Medicine 
George  Everett  Gilman 


KoLL  Leo 


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THE  LIBRARY  OF  THE 

JUN  8-1936 

UNIVERSITY  OF  ILLINOIS 


Auld  Lang  Syne 

Should  auld  acquaintance  be  forgot, 
And  never  brought  to  mind? 

Should  auld  acquaintance  be  forgot, 
And  days  of  auld  lang  syne? 

For  auld  lang  syne,  my  dear, 
For  auld  lang  syne  ; 
We'll  take  a  cup  o'  kindness  yet, 
For  auld  lang  syne. 


Order  of  Exercises 


Commencement  Procession 
Prelude 

Grand  Festival  March  (Centennial  1876) Wagner 

Introduction  and  Finale  to  a  Symphonic  Poem Richard  Strauss 

UNIVERSITY  CONCERT  BAND 
Albert  Austin  Harding,  Director 


Invocation 


The  Reverend  MELVILLE  T.  KENNEDY,  A.M.,  D.D. 
First  Congregational  Church,  Champaign 


Commencement  Address 

Professor  JAMES  WILFORD  GARNER,  Ph.D.,  LL.D.,  Litt.D. 
Head  of  the  Department  of  Political  Science 


Interlude 

Wotan's  Farewell  from  "Die  Walkure" Wagner 

UNIVERSITY  CONCERT  BAND 

Conferring  of  Degrees 

ARTHUR  CUTTS  WILLARD,  B.S.,  D.Eng.,  LL.D. 
President  of  the  University 

SinsrinsT  of  "Auld  Lansr  Syne" 

THE  LIBRARY  OF  THE 
THE  AUDIENCE 

JUN  8-1936 
Benediction  university  of  Illinois 

The  Reverend  Dr.  KENNEDY 

Postlude 

Pomp  and  Circumstance  March  No.  4 Elgar 

UNIVERSITY  CONCERT  BAND 


Significance  of  Cap  Tassel  Colors 

Graduate  School Black 

College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences White 

College  of  Commerce  and  Business  Administration Dark  Gray 

College  of  Engineering Orange 

College  of  Agriculture Maize 

College  of  Education Blue 

College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts Chocolate  Brown 

College  of  Law Purple 

School  of  Journalism Black  and  White 

School  of  Physical  Education Sage  Green 

Library  School Lemon  Yellow 


Candidates  for  Degrees 

The  Graduate  School 

The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 

In  Bacteriology 
Sunshine  E.   Park,  A.B.,  M.S.,  1925,   1931.    Studies  on  thermophilic  bacteria. 

In  Botany 

Henry  Clyde  Eyster,  A.B.,  Bucknell  University,  1932;  A.M.,  1934.    The  cause 

of  decreased  vitality  of  seeds  soaked  in  water. 
Al.\n  Stanley  Peirce,  A.B.,  M.S.,  1932,  1933.    Anatomical  interrelationships  of 

the  Taxodiaceae  and  Cupressaceae. 

In  Chemistry 

Lee  Linsley  Alexander,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1932;  A.M.,  1933. 
The  reversible  Friedel  and  Crafts  reaction. 

MiLO  Everett  Bixler,  A.B.,  Iowa  State  Teachers  College,  1930;  M.S.,  Iowa 
State  College,  1933.    Molecular  ray  studies  on  alkali  halides  in  electric  fields. 

Wesley  Stuart  Coe,  B.S.,  Iowa  Wesleyan  College,  1933.  I.  X-ray  tube  for  high 
intensity  radiation.  II.  Photochemical  reduction  with  X-rays  and  effects 
of  addition  agents. 

Fred  Elmer  Condo,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1931,  1933.  I.  Derivatives  of  tetrahydrodi- 
phenylene  oxide.    II.    Addition  of  thioglycolic  acid  to  nitriles. 

Thomas  Galtnt  Cooke,  B.S.,  1925.  Electrolytic  conductance  in  solid  calcium 
fluoride. 

ScHEURiNG  Session  Fierke,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 
1932;  M.S.,  1933.   The  metabolism  of  creatine  and  the  leucines. 

John  Lukins  Gring,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1932,  1933.    Spectro-analytical  contributions. 

James  Kenneth  Gunther,  B.S.,  Knox  College,  1932;  M.S.,  Cornell  University, 
1933-    The  quantitative  nitrogen  requirements  of  the  animal  organism. 

Evelyn  Margaret  Hancock,  A.B.,  Duke  University,  1930;  A.M.,  1933.  Bio- 
chemical investigations  involving  certain  essential  amino  acids. 

James  Owen  Hendricks,  A.B.,  Wabash  College,  1931.  The  ionization  of  salt 
molecules  on  hot  surfaces.    Potassium  halides  on  tungsten. 

Gordon  Dale  Hiatt,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1933 ;  A.M.,  1934.  Further  ex- 
periments on  the  essential  amino  acids. 

Chi-Yi  Hsing,  B.S.,  Catholic  University  of  Peking,  1933;  M.S.,  Catholic  Uni- 
versity of  America,  1934.  I.  Relative  rates  of  racemization  of  substituted 
diamides  of  2,2'-dimethoxy-6,6'-dicarboxydiphenyl.  II.  Cyclic  derivatives  of 
9,10-phenanthrenequinone. 

Hugh  Henry  Hully,  A.B.,  Simpson  College,  1932;  A.AI.,  1933.  Dihydro-1,4- 
pyrans. 

Robert  Johnson,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1930,  1934.  I.  The  action  of  hypoiodite  on  hindered 
ketones.    II.   The  principle  of  vinylogy  in  the  ketone  series. 

Harold  Garrett  Kolloff,  A.B.,  Kalamazoo  College,  1933.  The  synthesis  of 
substituted  hydrophenanthrenes. 

Marlin  Templeton  Leffler,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1932;  A.M.,  1933.  I.  Ami- 
nophenyl  oxazolines  and  their  physiological  action.  II.  The  preparation 
and  study  of  deuterium  compounds  of  the  type:   R1R2CHD. 

Rupert  Clarke  Morris,  B.S.,  Mississippi  State  College,  1932.  I.  Some  new 
barbituric  acids.  II.  The  structure  of  the  oxidation  products  of  vasicine. 
III.  Some  new  reactions  of  gossypol. 

Dexter  Harold  Reynolds,  A.B.,  University  of  Missouri,  1932;  M.S.,  University 
of  Arizona,  1933.  The  extension  of  improved  X-ray  diffraction  technique  to 
some  complex  industrial  materials. 

John  A.  Schaad,  B.S.,  1931.    X-Ray  diffraction  studies  of  collagen  and  gelatin. 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  ipjd 


Leonard  R.  Scribner,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Albion  College,  1932,  1933.    Observations  of 

the  rare  earths:  The  quantitative  estimation  of  some  of  the  rare  earth  ores 

by  means  of  their  arc  spectra. 
Albert  F.  Smith,  B.S.,  Oklahoma  Agricultural  and  Mechanical  College,   1932. 

Studies  on  the  structure  of  chitin. 
Meredith    Pleasant    Sparks,   A.B.,    A.M.,   University   of    Indiana,    1927,    1928. 

Substituted  2-phenyloxazoles  and  2-phenyloxazolines. 

In  Classics 

Lloyd  William  Daly,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1932;  A.M.,  1933.    The  Altercatio 

Hadriani  et  Epicteti  and  the  question-and-answer  dialogue. 
Levi  Robert  Lind,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1929,  1932.   The  Vita  Sancti  Malchi  of  Reginald 

of    Canterbury.     A    critical    edition    with    introduction,    apparatus    criticus, 

notes,  and  indices. 
Robert  Conrad  Stone,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1933;  A.M.,  1934.   The  language 

of  Codex  Bezae  D. 

In  Dairy  Husbandry 

Orlando  Ford  Garrett,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1926,  1930.  A  quantitative  study  of  the 
calcium,  magnesium,  potassium,  sodium,  phosphorus,  and  chlorine  in  the 
milks  of  two  purebred  dairy  cows. 

In  Economics 

Harry  Kenneth  Allen,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1920,  1932.  Efficiency  and  economy  in  local 
government — with  particular  reference  to  Illinois. 

In  Education 

Raymond  Henry  Fisher,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Stanford  University,  1929,  1930.  Charles 
W.  Eliot's  views  on  college  education  in  the  light  of  present  trends. 

In  Engineering 

John  Babcock  Baicer,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1921,  1924.    The  distortion  of  single  crystals 

of  lead. 
Thomas  Newkirk  McVay,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1914,  1926.    The  effect  of  iron  and  its 

compounds  on  the  color  and  properties  of  ceramic  materials  and  engobes. 
Rolland   George  Sturm,   B.S.,  University  of   Nebraska,   1924;   M.S.,   1926.    A 

study  of  the  collapsing  pressure  of  thin-walled  cylinders. 
Clyde  Lowry  Thompson,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1927,  1930.    Influence  of  the  silica  content 

upon  the  properties  of  refractories. 
William  Joseph  Warren,  B.S.,  University  of  Santa  Clara,   1931 ;   M.S.,   1933- 

Changes  in  rubber  insulation  due  to  voltage  stress  and  aging. 
Harold  Everette  Wessman,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1924,  1925.    Related  functions  of  cable 

and  stiffening  truss  in  suspension  bridges. 

In  English 

Robert  Lee  Blair,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Ohio  State  University,  1928,  1929.  An  edition 
of  George  Peele's  Old  Wives'  Tale. 

Ernest  Claude  Coleman,  A.B.,  1924;  A.M.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1927.  The 
influence  of  the  Addisonian  essay  in  America  before  1810. 

Glenn  Percival  Haskell,  A.B.,  Oberlin  College,  1925;  A.M.,  Syracuse  Uni- 
versity, 1929.    Drayton's  secondary  modes — a  critical  study. 

In  Entomology 

Elizabeth  Madeleine  Heiss,  B.S.,  M.S.,  Purdue  University,  1929,  1932.  A 
classification  of  the  larvae  and  puparia  of  the  Syrphidae  of  Illinois  ex- 
clusive of  aquatic   forms. 

Clyde  Wilson  Kearns,  B.S.,  Colorado  Agricultural  College,  1931 ;  M.S.,  1933. 
The  control  of  the  cigarette  beetle  (Lasioderma  serricorne  Fab.) 

Charles  Stockman  Spooner,  A.B.,  Cornell  University,  1907;  A.M.,  1917.  The 
phylogeny  of  the  Hemiptera  based  on  a  study  of  the  head  capsule. 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  1936 


In  Geology 

Donald  Desmond  Utterback,  A.B.,  M.S.,  1930,  1932.  A  study  of  outcropping 
bituminous  limestones  and  sandstones  with  reference  to  porosity  and  to  the 
origin  and  migration  of  petroleum. 

In  History 

Norman  Ward  Caldwell,  B.Ed.  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 
1931 ;  A.M.,  1934.    The  French  in  the  West,  1740-1750. 

Granville  Daniel  Davis,  A.B.,  University  of  Arkansas,  1930;  A.M.,  1931.  Fac- 
tional differences  in  the  Democratic  Party  in  Illinois,  1854-1858. 

Vairanapillai  Mathur.\muthu  Samuel,  A.B.,  University  of  Madras,  1929; 
B.D.,  Chicago  Theological  Seminary,  1932;  A.M.,  University  of  Chicago, 
1933-    Nationalism  in  India  before  1905. 

In  Mathematics 

Albert  Clark  Bltrdette,  A.B.,  Oakland  City  College,  1927 ;  A.M.,  Indiana  Uni- 
versity, 1931.  On  simultaneous  expansions  of  analytic  functions  in  composite 
power  series. 

CuTHBERT  Corwin  Hurd,  A.B.,  Drake  University,  1932;  M.S.,  Iowa  State  Col- 
lege, 1934.  Properties  of  solutions  of  linear  differential  equations  containing 
a  parameter. 

In  Physics 

Weldon  Henry  Brandt,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,   1931 ;   M.S.,  1933.    The 

band  spectrum  of  OH'*^. 
Robert   Bruce   Horsfall,   Jr.,   A.B.,    Reed    College,    1930;    A.M.,    1933.    Band 

spectra  of  neutral  and  ionized  boron  hydride. 
Gilbert  DeForest  Kinzer,  B.S.,  M.S.,   1931,   1932.    The  spectrum  of  diatomic 

arsenic. 
PoLYKARP  KuscH,  B.S.,  Case  School  of  Applied  Science,  1931 ;  M.S.,  1933.   The 

molecular  spectra  of  caesium  and  rubidium. 
Keron  Caldwell  AIorrical,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1929,  1933.   A  modified  tube  method  for 

the  measurement  of  sound  absorption. 
Samuel  George  Weissberg,  B.S.,  University  of  Pittsburgh,  1930;  M.S.,  1932.  Ex- 
treme ultra-violet  spectra  of  highly  ionized  titanium,  vanadium,  chromium, 

manganese,  and  iron. 

In  Political  Science 

Clyde  Frank  Snider,   A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Kansas,   1928,    1930.    County 

and  township  government  in  Indiana. 
Waldo   Emerson   Waltz,    B.S.,    Northeast    Missouri    State   Teachers    College, 

1924;    A.M.,    University    of    Missouri,    1927.     The    nationality    of    married 

women. 

In  Psychology 

Wilfred  John  Brogden,  A.B.,  1933.  Increased  auditory  acuity  in  dogs  following 
Roentgen  radiation  of  the  pituitary  body. 

In  Romance  Languages 

Francis  Osborne  Adam,  Jr.,  A.B.,  William  and  Mary  College,  1926;  M.L.,  Uni- 
versity of  ^lexico,  1927.  Some  aspects  of  Lope  de  Vega's  dramatic  tech- 
nique as  observed  in  his  autograph  plays. 

Dorothy  Reeves  Breen,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1926,  1927.  An  edition  of  La  Dragontea 
by  Lope  Felix  de  Vega  Carpio,  with  notes  and  an  introductory  essay. 

William  Paul  Dismukes,  A.B.,  "'A.M.,  Vanderbilt  University,  1926,  1927. 
Michelet  and  Vico:  A  study  of  Michelet's  use  of  Vichian  principles. 

Charles  Gilbert  Rowe,  A.B.,  Vanderbilt  University,  1928;  A.M.,  Indiana  Uni- 
versity, 1929.  A  forgotten  disciple  of  Moliere:  Jean-Francois  Cailhava 
d'Estandoux. 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  1936 


In  Zoology 

Warren  Andrew,  A.B.,  Carleton  College,  1932;  M.S.,  Brown  University,  1933. 

The  Nissl  substance  of  the  Purkinje  cell. 
Thural  Dale  Foster,  B.S.,  Shurtleff  College,  1924;  M.S.,  1931.    Biology  of  a 

land  snail,  Polygyra  thyroides   (Say). 


Professional  Degrees  in  Engineering 

The  Degree  of  Civil  Engineer 

Benjamin  Morris  Klowden,  B.S.,  1922 

Richard  Thorsten  Larsen,  B.S.,  1929 

Frederick  William  Panhorst,  B.S.,  1915 

William  Hall  Thoman,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1924;  M.S.,  University  of  Colorado,  1933 

Charles  Davis  Vail,  B.S.,  1891 

Herbert  LeRoy  White,  B.S.,  1924,  1926 

The  Degree  of  Electrical  Engineer 
Wilbur  Ross  Appleman,  B.S.,  1928 

The  Degree  of  Engineer  Physicist 
Nelson  Everett  Sowers,  B.S.,  1924;  A.M.,  Columbia  University,  1927 


The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Botany 
William  Marvin  Marberry,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 
1935 

In  Chemistry 

John  Wayne  Cole,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1935 

Charles  LeRoy  Fleming,  Jr.,  A.B.,  Dartmouth  College,  1935 

Lawrence  Carroll  Olson,  A.B.,  Augustana  College,  1934 

In  Classics 

Gaylia  Myrna  Goode,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1935 
Ramona  Mae  Lothian,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1935 
Eileen  Patricia  Ryan,  A.B.,  Monmouth  College,  1935 

In  Economics 
Ervin  Kenneth  Zingler,  A.B.,  Lawrence  College,  1935 

In  Education 

Kermit  Bond  Beasley,  Ph.B.,  Shurtleflf  College,  1929 

Robert  Louis  Champion,  B.S.,  1935 

Dan  Marshall  Hanson,  B.S.,  Parsons  College,  1931 

Kathryn  Ruth  Howe,  A.B.,  Olivet  College,  1932 

Helen  Mary  Kent,  A.B.,  Oberlin  College,  1923 

Noel  Mosher,  A.B.,  Lombard  College,  1927 

Alice  Ada  Parker,  A.B.,  Washington  University,  1934 

Lewis  Ellsworth  Sabin,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1934 

Grace  Pope  Snyder,  A.B.,  1935 

In  English 

Edgar  Frederic  Bennett,  A.B.,  1933 
William  Ferdinand  Ekstrom,  A.B.,  1935 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  1Q36 


Lottie  Rose  Fletcher,  B.S.,  1934 

Janice  Elaine  Greider,  A.B.,  1935 

Mary  IC^iTherine  Hansen,  A.B.,  1934 

Olive  Ann  Kirkpatrick,  A.B.,  1934 

Constance  Nicholas,  A.B.,  Carthage  College,  1935 

John  Kerker  Quinn,  A.B.,  Bradley  Polj-technic  Institute,  1933 

Willis  Marion  Simons,  A.B.,  University  of  Arizona,  1935 

In  Entomology 
Dwight  Powell,  A.B.,  1933 

In  Geology  and  Geography 

S'i'LVESTER  Warren  Dickson,  A.B.,  1935 

David  Marcel  Larrabee,  A.B.,  Dartmouth  College,  1932 

In  German 

Norman  Anton  McQuown,  A.B.,  1935 

.Alfred  Charles  Frederick  Scherer,  A.B.,  1934 

In  History 

Florence  Rebekah  Beatty,  A.B.,  Fisk  University,  1933 

Eugene  AIaur  Braderman,  B.S.,  Temple  University,  1935 

Esther  Briney,  A.B.,  1935 

Merlin  Gwinn  Cox,  A.B.,  1935 

Catherine  Elizabeth  Gregory,  B.S.,  1934 

Ernest  Melvin  Hall,  B.S.,  1934 

Mary  Eleanor  Harrod,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1933 

Raymond  Elton  Hayes,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1928 

Esther  Elizabeth  McKenzie,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1935 

George  Roger  Mayhill,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1932 

Kenneth  Dale  Raab,  A.B.,  1935 

Delight  Marian  Swanson,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1935 

George  William  Wakefield,  B.S.,  1935 

Eleanor  Grace  Warn-er,  A.B.,  MacAIurray  College,  1935 

Deloris  Williams,  A.B.,  1928 

In  Library  Science 

Edith  McRoberts  Kusch,  A.B.,  Culver-Stockton  College,  1928;  B.S. (Lib.),  1929 
Ralph  Wendell  McComb,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1929;  B.S.  (Lib.),  1932 
Genie  Johanna  Preston,  A.B.,  Northv^^estern  University,  1914;  B.S.  (Lib.),  1928 
Hendrine  Rozend.\l,  A.B.,  Dakota  Wesleyan  University,  1925;  B.S.  (Lib.),  1932 

In  Mathematics 
Ruges  Richmond  Freeman,  Jr.,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  Univer- 
sity, 1935 
Norman  Albert  Goldsmith,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1932 
Donald  Eugene  Kibbey,  A.B.,  1935 
Andrew  Oliver  Lindstrum,  Jr.,  A.B.,  Harvard  College,  1935 

In  Philosophy 
John  Mueller  Anderson,  A.B.,  1935 

In  Physics 
Roger  Wright  Williams,  A.B.,  Hanover  College,  1935 

In  Political  Science 

Hsioh-ying  Lu,  A.B.,  University  of  Nanking,  1931 

Paux  Dewitt  Mlt-KEY,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1935 


lo  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  1936 

Edmond  Fairlie  Ricketts,  A.B.,  1935 

Harold  Meyer  Simon,  A.B.,  1935 

Wei-ping  Tsai,  B.S.,  A.B.,  University  of  Nanking,  1933,  1935 

Helen  Madeleine  Weckel,  B.S.,  1933 

Lawrence  Bertell  Wilson,  A.B.,  1935 

In  Psychology 

William  Frederick  Thomas,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1935 
John  Maurice  Willmann,  A.B.,  1935 

In  Romance  Languages 

Alice  Jacquette  Appell,  A.B.,  1935 

Oswald  Albert  Boitell,  Ph.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1935 

Roy  Ralston  Bushart,  A.B.,  1934 

Sallie  Emery  Flint,  A.B.,  Sweet  Briar  College,  1935 

Maria  Ercilia  Kiler,  A.B.,  1934 

Laurance  Ward  LaSage,  A.B.,  1935 

Elizabeth  Franklin  Loeffler,  B.S.,  1934 

Alma  Angela  McLaughlin,  B.S.,  1935 

Norman  Nielsen,  A.B.,  Nebraska  State  Teachers  College,  1934 

Elenore  Maxine  Reynolds,  B.S.,  1935 

Revarose  Atlass  Wallins,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1934 

Dorothy  Stuttle  Wheat,  A.B.,  1934 

In  Sociology 

Esther  Corinne  Martinson,  B.Ed.,  Moorehead  State  Teachers  College,  1930; 
A.M.,  University  of   Iowa,   1933 


The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 
In  Accountancy 

Herbert  Warren  Dustin,  B.S.,  University  of  Florida,  1935 

Noah  Fetter,  A.B.,  Marshall  College,  1934 

Donald  Kenneth  Griffith,  A.B.,  State  College  of  Washington,  1935 

Edward  James  Kirkham,  B.S.,  Miami  University,  1934 

Edward  Charles  Konchal,  B.S.,  1935 

TsiNG-HAO  KuNG,  B.S.,  Chiao  Tung  University,  1930 

In  Agricultural  Economics 

Lyman  Conwell  Chism,  B.S.,  1935 

John  William  Green,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1920 

Raymond  Charles  Kuhn,  B.S.,  1928 

In  Architecture 
Eugene  Ferdinand  Henry  Stoyke,  B.S.,  1935 

In  Bacteriology 

Maurice  DeLap  Cook,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1934 
Charles  Marion  Ford,  B.S.,  1932 
Jesse  Walter  Hofer,  A.B.,  1935 

In  Botany 

Paul  Clipfell  Lemon,  A.B.,  University  of  Nebraska,  1935 

John  David  Mees,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1931 

Shirley  Nielsen  Ploetz,  B.S.,  1934 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  1P36  11 

In  Ceramics 
Fay  Va  Nisle  Tooley,  A.B.,  1932 

In  Chemistry 
Sam  Bernard  Becker,  B.S.,  1935 

Clyde  Marvin  Berry,  B.S.,  AIcKendree  College,  1933 
Martin  Feigenbaum,  B.S.,  Brooklyn  College,  1934 
Daniel  Herschold  Goodman,  A.B.,  Brooklyn  College,  1935 
Ralph  Vernon  Green,  B.S.,  1935 
John  Harris  Haslam,  B.S.,  1935 
Richard  Douglas  Kleene,  B.S.,  1935 

William  Emil  Lundquist,  B.Ch.E.,  University  of  Minnesota,  1934 
James  Alvah  McHard,  B.S.,  1935 
Robert  James  jMadden,  A.B.,  1935 

Simon  Shale  Newmark,  A.B.,  Western  Reserve  University,  1935 
Eldon  Emerson  Rice,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1934 
Alvin  George  Sharp,  B.S.,  1935 

Sister  IMary  Josetta  Butler,  R.S.M.,  B.S.,  St.  Xavier  College,  1935 
Charles  Slobutsky,  B.S.,  1933 
Frank  Milton  Stubblefield,  A.B.,  1932 

John  Hamilton  Van  Campen,  B.Chem.,  Cornell  University,  1935 
Clarence  Hadley  Walton,  B.S.,  McKendree  College,  1935 

In  Civil  Engineering 

Ibrahim  Sabit  Aksoy,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1935 

Fu  HuA  Chen,  B.S.,  University  of  Michigan,  1935 

Vi-SiNG  Hyui,  B.S.,  St.  John's  University,  1932 

Majd-ud-Din  Kem.^l  Jabri,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1935 

DjEMAL  KiAMiL,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1935 

Benn  Joseph  Leland,  B.S.,  1934 

Edgar  John  Jacob  Luetzelschwab,  B.S.,  1934 

Newlin  Dolbey  AIorgan,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1935 

Ekrem  Orhon,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1935 

John  Raymond  Snell,  B.E.,  Vanderbilt  University,  1934 

Lincoln  K.  Tan,  B.S.,  Chiao  Tung  University,  1931 

Fenner  Harvey  Whitley,  Jr.,  B.S.,  North  Carolina  State  College,  1932 

In  Dairy  Husbandry 
J.^coB  Gerald  Cash,  B.S.,  1931 

In  Economics 

Wendell  Fr.\ncis  Barclay,  B.S.,  1934 
Phillip  Randolph  Kasik,  B.S.,  1935 
Arthur  Lincicome,  B.S.,  1928 

In  Education 

Louis  Alexander  Astell,  A.B.,  1924 

Carroll  Livingston  Dunn,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1925 

Lara  Milton  Hardin,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1926 

Elmer  August  Meyer,  B.S.,  1930 

Henry  Arthur  Reimann,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1935 

Lawrence  Ervin  Smith,  B.S.,  Indiana  State  Normal  School,  1927 

Stephan  Toma,  B.S.,  Kansas  State  Teachers  College  (Emporia),  1935 

ViDA  Marie  Wicks,  B.S.,  1935 


12  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  1P36 

In  Electrical  Engineering 

Wesley  Wilson  Brooks,  B.S.,  1933 

Nobel  Herman  Koertge,  B.S.,  1934 

Simon  Lee  Weiler,  B.S.,  Southern  Methodist  University,  1935 

In  Entomology 

George  Yousuf  Bijjani,  A.B.,  Alma  College,  1934 

Carl  Kester  Dorsey,  A.B.,  Westminster  College  (Mo.),  1933 

William  Edward  McCauley,  B.S.,  1933 

Howe  Elliott  McClure,  B.S.,  1933 

In  Geology  and  Geography 

Wallace  Woodrow  Hagan,  B.S.,  1935 
Philip  Patchin  Wolcott,  A.B.,  1935 
William  Fredrick  Wrath,  B.S.,  1935 

In  Home  Economics 
Jeannette  Leona  Cohen,  B.S.,  1934 

In  Library  Science 

Ellen  Pauline  Jackson,  A.B.,  Hastings  College,  1931 ;  B.S.  (Lib.),  1933 
August  Edwin  Reyling,  A.B.,  St.  Joseph's  Seraphic  College,  1925;  B.S.  (Lib.), 
Western  Reserve  University,  1932 

In  Mathematics 
Warren  Ambrose,  B.S.,  1935 

In  Mechanical  Engineering 
John  Symonds  Cunningham,  B.S.,  University  of  Maine,  1933 

In  Physics 

Scott  Anderson,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1935 
Byron  Thorwell  Darling,  B.S.,  1933 
Robert  Cushman  Wyckoff,  B.S.,  1935 

In  Theoretical  and  Applied  Mechanics 

Hui  Chiu  Chou,  B.S.,  Chiao  Tung  University,  1931 
Tilford  Andrew  Olson,  B.S.,  1934 

In  Zoology 

Richard  Joseph  Costley,  B.S.,  Utah  State  Agricultural  College,  1934 
Paul  Allen  Meglitsch,  B.S.,  1935 
William  Charles  Starrett,  B.S.,  1934 
William  Allen  Summers,  A.B.,  1935 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  ipsd 


13 


The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Edwin  Melville  Adams,  Jr. 
Frances  Janet  Adler 
William  Herbert  Alexander 
Betty  Colt  Allen 
William  Hammond  Allen,  with 

Honors  in  Geology 
Olaf  Will  Allison 
Mary  Caroline  Angell 
Phoebe  Johnson  Arden,  with  High 

Honors  in  Botany 
Lvtja-Mae  Armstrong 
Lloyd  Charles  Artz 
Kathryn  Arnold  Ashby 
Charles  Douglas  Ash  more 
William  Alexander  Attaway 
Genevieve  E.  Alter 
James  Martin  Baggott 
Evelyn  Baker 
Albert  Oscar  Bard 
Margaret  Jane  Barker,  with  Honors 

in  French 
Winnifred  AIary  Barker 
George  Dallas  Barnes 
William  Henry  Barrick 
Mark  Huelster  Beaubien 
Cary  Ann  Bechly 
Bernard  Berkovitz 
Delphia  Pauline  Biggs 
Bayard  Wallace  Biossat 
Barbara  Pauline  Bischoff 
Barbara  Jane  Black 
Thomas  Philips  Board 
Helen  Virginia  Bogg 
Nellie  Delillian  Bond 
Dorothy  Jane  Borchardt 
Lyle  Benjamin  Borst 
Donald  George  Botteron 
Victor  Boutin 
Kathryn  Virginia  Bowen 
Anita  Anne  Boyd 
John  Marcus  Boyer 
Kendall  Robert  Bradley 
Evelyn  Braeutigam 
John  Joseph  Brandlin 
Bernice  Sylvia  Brandt 
John  Clinton  Brogan 
Edith  Gertrude  Brook,  with  Honors 

in  English 
Marjorie  Brown 
Mary  Ellen  Brown,  with  Honors  in 

Sociology 
Lavara  Harriet  Brumbaugh 
George  Budvvay 


Mary  Lenore  Kenny  Bundy 

Cornelia  Burge 

Lorraine  Lillian  Burghardt 

Lee  Melville  Burkey,  Jr. 

William  Jackson  Burns,  with  High 

Honors  in  Philosophy 
Robert  Gordon  Burnside 
Dorothy  Mae  Burris 
John  Conrad  Bushman 
Robert  James  Buswell 
Richard  Porter  Caddick 
Joseph  Arkell  Campbell 
Osver  Paul  Carmi 
Thelma  Danner  Carpenter,  with 

Honors  in  Sociology 
Mary  Margaret  Casper 
Margaret  Mae  Chapin,  with  Honors 

in  History 
Jerome  Roth  Churchman 
Charlotte  Carter  Clements 
Katherine  Louise  Cline,  with 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Eloise  Mable  Cochran 
Margaret  Maxine  Cochran 
AliRiAM  Margaret  Cochrane 
Marie  Roberta  Coleman 
Helen  Miriam  Cooper 
Mary  Janet  Courtright,  with  Honors 

in  French 
Robert  Thomas  Crocombe 
William  Edward  Crocombe,  Jr. 
Helen  May  Cunningham 
Hester  Thomas  Daily 
Wilbur  Fredric  Danielson 
Thomas  Calvin  Davidson 
Elva  Harwell  Davis 
Lois  Estella  Davis 
Charles  Brace  Dawson 
Clara  Jane  Dayton,  with  Honors  in 

French 
Alice  Isabelle  Deal 
William  Lewis  Dunn,  Jr.,  with 

Honors  in  Chemistry 
Hortense  Louise  Ehrich 
Theresa  Carolina  Ehrlich 
Edith  Regina  Eisner 
Frederick  Jacob  Fahrion 
Mary  Rita  Farley 
Ruth  Lorraine  Fehr 
Louise  Beatrice  Fenoglio,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Harold  Otto  Fichte,  with  Honors  in 

Political  Science 


14 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  1936 


Bernice  Adele  Fine 

Mildred  Aleen  Fisher 

Richard  Forrest  Fisher 

William  Samuel  Fishman,  with  High 

Honors    in    Political    Science 
Loretta  Esther  Foellinger 
Virginia  Grace  Foersterling 
Frank  Junior  Fornoff,  with  High 

Honors  in  Chemistry 
Dorothy  Jeanette  Francis 
Marion  C.  Frank 
Allen  Alexander  Freeman 
Jeffrey  Leonard  Fried 
Evelyn  Sue  Friedland 
Roger  Fruin 
Belle  Marguerite  Fullerton,  with 

Honors  in  English 
Charles  Richard  Fulmer 
Helen  Wilhelmina  Gaede 
Mary  Augusta  Gale 
Dorothy  Marilyn  Garrett 
Charles  Byford  Garrigus 
Thomas  Conover  Gately 
RosARio  Anthony  Gaziano,  with  High 

Honors  in  History 
Herbert  Glazer 
JUANITA  GoiN 

William  Jacob  Goldberg 

Boyd  Eraser  Goldsworthy,  with  High 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Clarence  James  Goodnight,  with 

Honors  in  Zoology 
Philip  Edwin  Gore 
Spencer  Harold  Gore 
Margaret  Helen  Gorton 
Ruth  Adeline  Hackley 
Eunice  Stanford  Hall 
Robert  Emerson  Hallberg 
Joseph  Jacob  Hallett,  with  Honors 

in  Chemistry 
Wendell  Barrett  Hamilton 
Louis  Earl  Hartman 
Marjorie  Rose  Hartman,  with 

Honors  in  History 
Hellmut  Arthur  Albin  Hartwig 
Edward  Francis  Haungs 
Julia  Juanita  Henderson,  with 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Howard  Paul  Hetzner,  with  High 

Honors  in  Chemistry 
Howard  Harold  Heyman 
Mary  Isabelle  Higgason 
Frank  M.  Hilpert 
Edwin  Russell  Hodges 
Robert  John  Hoeffliger 
Elsa  Louise  Hohenadel,  with  Honors 

in  German 
John  Otis  Honnold,  Jr.,  with  High 

Honors  in  Political  Science 


Edward  Newell  Howard 
Mabel  Lois  Hubbard 
Caroline  Burry  Huey 
Harriet  Townley  Hunter 
John  Joseph  Hutchinson,  with 

Honors  in  Chemistry 
Helen  Frances  Jackson,  with  High 

Honors  in  History 
Orel  Whitaker  Jacobs 
William  Barrett  Jacobs 
Eileen  Esther  Johnson 
Bruce  Marshall  Jones 
Parmelee  Delos  Jones 
Letha  Estelle  Jontz 
Margaret  MacNair  Kahler,  with 

Honors  in  English 
Marvin  Irving  Kahn 
IsADORE  Arthur  Kamien,  Jr.,  with 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Emily  Dorothy  Kasch 
Edward  Felix  Kenehan 
Ruth  Elizabeth  Kennington 
Mary  Catherine  Kershaw 
Julius  Valentine  Kimpel 
Donan  Charles  Kirley 
Maxine  Lenore  Kitterman,  with 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Albert  Henry  Krusemark 
John  Bruce  Kuney,  Jr. 
Julia  IMildred  Lake 
Frances  Elizabeth  Leasure 
Claribel  Lee,  with  High  Honors  in 

English 
Frederic  Edward  Lee,  Jr. 
Margaret   Louise   Lehmann,   with 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
James  Francis  Lemna 
Marjorie  Louise  Lewis 
Mary  Frances  Lewis 
Thomas  Arthur  Lindley 
Ruth  Ayres  Lipscomb 
Pearl  Rita  Lockhart 
Jack  B.  Lortz 
William  Charles  Luby 
Elizabeth  Mary  Luckhardt,  with 

Honors  in  German 
John  Carson  Lumbattis 
Forest  Samuel  McCallister 
Doris  Mardelle  McCann 
Elizabeth  Jane  McCarty 
Edward  Thompson  McDavid 
Sara  Jane  McEvoy 
Dean  Smith  McGaughey 
Katherine  McMahon,  with  Honors  in 

French 
John  Jacob  McNeil 
Robert  Lowrie  McNeil 
Alice  Lauretta  Madden 
Joseph  Edward  Mann 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  1936 


15 


Dorothy  Vanessa  Manock 

Margaret  AIerriam 

Mary  Elizabeth  Merrill 

Burton  Harris  AIeyer 

Thomas  Agatino  Micali,  with  High 

Honors  in  History 
Eleanor  Jean  AIielke 
Frank  Vernon  AIiller 
Harold  Benton  Miller 
Virginia  Bennett  Miller 
Virginia  Irene  Miller 
Harlan  AIansfield  AIize,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Robert  W.  ^Iontague 
Madge  Elizabeth  ]Moore 
Roberta  June  AIorris 
Dorothy  Snyder  Morthland 
George  Harley  Moseley,  Jr. 
Max  Best  Mueller,  with  Honors  in 

Chemistry 
William  Bruce  AIunson,  v/ith  High 

Honors  in  History 
Adele  Pauline  Mylashus 
Carl  Robert  Newman,  with  Honors 

in  Chemistry 
Charles  Vincent  O'Hern,  Jr. 
Helen  Ruth  Olander,  with  Honors 

in  Zoology 
DoRwiN  Bond  O'Neal 
Margaret  Baird  O'Neal 
Reta  Bond  O'Neal 
Robert  AIcDaniel  Orr 
Farnum  George  Oster 
Klusman  Parks 
Amado  Caccam  Patacsil 
Cyril  George  Peckham 
Harriette  Merten  Peel 
Rosamond  Rood  Penwell 
Mary  Iota  Pepperdine 
William  Andrew  Phillips 
Beatrice  Jane  Pierson,  with  Honors 

in  English 
Robert  E.  Pilcher 
Georgia  Pitner 
M.  Henry  Pitts 
Robert  Irving  Pitzele 
Perry  Haskell  Plummer,  Jr.,  with 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Russell  Eldridge  Pottinger 
Donovan  Earl  Pratt,  with  High 

Honors   in   English 
Stephanie  Agnes  Predika 
Mary  Ann  Price 
George  Pond  Proctor 
Albert  Pucci 

Robert  Harwood  Quayle,  Jr. 
Kathryn  Thompson  Raby 
Ben  Froebe  Railsback,  with  Honors 

in  Philosophy 


Dorothy  Marie  Randall 

Thomas  Vance  Randolph 

Josephine  Louise  Rasmussen 

Jesse  Paul  Reed 

Mary  Louise  Eva  Reisner 

Adrian  Richard  Revell 

Charles  Dean  Rice 

Rosemary  Elizabeth  Roberts 

Robert  Rogers,  with  High  Honors  in 

Physics 
Forrest  Charles  Rohr 
Renato  Ignacio  Rosaldo-HernAndez 
Henry  Clay  Rossman,  Jr. 
Howard  Rovelstad 
Catherine  Corkery  Rowe 
Harry  Rubenstein 
Emily  Josephine  Rue 
Agnes  Margaret  Ryan 
Albert  Saikley 
Audrey  Ainslie  Salins 
Miriam  Jeanette  Savage,  with 

Honors  in  Philosophy 
Maurice  Carl  Schewe,  with 

Honors  in  Botany 
Lee  Roy  Schiltz 
Louise  Margaret  Schindler 
Kenneth  Charles  Schraut,  with 

Honors  in  Mathematics 
Kenneth  James  Schuessler 
Anna  Marie  Schultze 
Gertrude  Jane  Schuyler 
Eleanor  Marion  Selbach 
William  John  Shannon,  with  Honors 

in  Chemistry 
Margaret  Schimmel  Shaw,  with  High 

Honors  in  History 
Sarah  Elizabeth  Shinn 
Edna  Bradbury  Shove 
Frank  John  Sitzberger 
John  William  Skultety 
Dorothy  Ellen  Smith 
Keith  Skinner  Smith,  with  Honors 

in  History 
KiRKER  Smith 
Roth  Samuel  Smith 
Whitney  Elmer  Smith 
Albert  Melville  Snook 
Milton  Joseph  Solomon 
Ruth  Elizabeth  Sommer,  with 

Honors  in  Chemistry 
William  A.  Spence 
Harley  Stiehl 
Katherine  Maxine  Stienz 
William  Paul  Sullivan 
Jane  Paula  Swatek 
William  Phillips  Talbot 
Dorothy  Geraldine  Taylor 
Joseph  Thomas  Taylor 
Marguerite  Merle  Theis 


i6 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  1^36 


Betty  Louise  Thomas,  with  Honors  in 

History 
Earl  Wesley  Thomas,  with  High 

Honors  in  Spanish 
Eugene  Paul  Turner 
Shirley  Louise  Turner 
Charlotte  Amelia  Upp 
Mary  Ruth  Vanderbilt 
Virginia  Walker  Vasey 
Frances  Charlotte  Waldo 
Franklin  Doland  Wanner 
Sol  Weinstein 
William  Wiener  Weisberg 
Beatrice  Helene  Weissenborn 
Margaret  Jane  Wendell 
Lois  Katherine  White 
Ira  Condict  Whitehead 
Lloyd  Le  Wightman 


Constance  Isabel  Wilkinson 
Betty  Willerton 
John  Raynesford  Williams 
Marion  Alice  Williams,  with 

Honors  in  French 
William  H.  Williams 
Elinor  Margaret  Wilson 
Ruth  Janet  Woodward 
Jack  Wright 
Hazel  Anne  Yates 
Audrey  Elizabeth  Yoder,  with  High 

Honors  in  English 
Janet  L.  Young 
Lillian  Helen  Yunger 
Herman  Hugo  Zachgo 
Edward  Alten  Zegers 
Mildred  Catherine  Zweig 
Irving  Albert  Zwick 


In  Home  Economics 

Alice  Elizabeth  Bauer  Alice  Carolyn  Rice 

Gilda  Bevilacqua  Mary  Josephine  Scovill 

Ruth  Ann  Mosher,  with  High  Grace  Holden  Shanks 
Honors 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Leola  May  Carlson 
William  Francis  Caulfield 
Elmer  Wallace  Cavins 
James  Wahl  Cawood 
Donald  Newton  Claflin 
Victor  Ross  Farlow 
Frank  Wilbur  Fisk,  with  High 

Honors  in  Entomology 
Stuart  Harvey  Ginsberg 
Richard  Coumains  Hall,  with  High 

Honors  in  Chemistry 
George  Gordon  Hudson 
Delbert  Charles  Hughes 
Emily  Reynolds  Jones 
Charles  Tash  Kaplan 
Frank  Robert  Koniuszy 
Leonard  Schomer  Krause,  with  High 

Honors  in  Psychology 
Karl  Frederick  Krebs,  with  High 

Honors  in  Zoology 
Evelyn  Margaret  Laurence 
William  Elmus  Linton 
Mary  Jane  McGuigan 
James  Franklin  MacLean 


Margaret  Isabelle  Madden 

Nelson  Wayne  Mader 

Nannette  Laura  Miller 

Robert  Maximilian  Perlman 

Edna  Mae  Pratt,  with  High  Honors 

in  Zoology 
Robert  Charles  Reinke 
Marie  Elizabeth  Renz 
Florence  Edith  Rohrer 
Peggy  Ruddy 
Maurice  John  Sandretto 
Harvey  M.  Schamp 
Richard  Albert  Schneider,  with 

Honors  in  Chemistry 
Martha  Ann  Selmeyer 
Sister  Mary  Regina  Murphy 
Gertrude  Maxine  Stoll 
Bruno  Joseph  Verbeck 
Gerald  Messner  Whitman,  with  High 

Honors  in  Chemistry 
Lee  Whyte 
Marian  Louise  Wood,  with  High 

Honors  in  Chemistry 


Zula  Carolyn  Cross 

Frances  Clark  Ewing 

Mary  Lois  Fruin,  with  High  Honors 

Margaret  Jannette  Gault 


In  Home  Economics 

Helen  Osterbur 

IMary  Elizabeth  Rucker 

Sister  Mary  Raphael  Laine 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  1936 


17 


In  Chemistry 


Ernest  Erwin  Allen 
LaMoyne  Dale  Bearden,  with 

Honors 
Harry  Carroll  Becker 
John  Davenport  Borroff 
Charles  Willard  Carter 
Harry  Murray  Clark,  with  High 

Honors 
Thomas  Henry  Cook 
Martin  John  Fischer 
Roland  Eric  Florin,  with  Honors 
Frank  Benjamin  Folckemer 
Helen  Elizabeth  Frost 
Stanley  S.  Fry 
Earl  Lawrence  Greenwood 
John  Robert  Hall 
Harry  Omar  Hehner 
AIiles  Edward  Hess 


Irving  Isaac  Horwich 

Eldon  Melton  Jones 

Rudolph  Louis  Karzmar 

Irwin  Walter  Kaufman 

Frank  Eugene  Maple 

John  Marcus  Mead 

Donald  Burton  Melville,  with 

Honors 
Henry  Alexander  Pacevitz 
Thomas  Donald  Robertson 
Jay  Ruffner  Schenck,  with  Honors 
Carl  F.  Segal,  with  Honors 
Charlotte  Louise  Southwick 
James  Frank  Vacherlon,  with 

Honors 
Winston  Joe  Wayne,  with  High 

Honors 
Leon  Eugene  Wener 


In  Chemical  Engineering 


George  Thomas  Austin 
Emil  Frederick  Blase 
Robert  Lee  Blohm 
Charles  Thomas  Clark 
Frederick  Cook 
Robert  Emmett  Cox 
Samuel  Czuba 
Walter  Foster 
Lee  Edward  Frye 
Martin  Goldbeck,  Jr. 
Frank  Joseph  Kolar,  Jr. 
Charles  Joseph  Lerner 
John  Charles  Levenson,  Jr. 
James  O'Hara  Maloney 


Clifford  Thomas  Nicholson 
Robert  Willard  Pachaly 
Vernon  George  Parker 
Clifford  Austin  Plummer 
Frederick  James  Port,  Jr.,  with  High 

Honors 
Frank  Joseph  Rada,  Jr. 
Albert  Eugene  Schubert,  with 

Honors 
Rhea  Wilson  Turner 
Richard  Albert  Wasz 
Jerrold  Deane  Wear 
William  Raleigh  Wheeler 


The  College  of  Commerce  and  Business 
Administration 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Accountancy 


Lawrence  Ward  Agnew 
Francis  William  Anderson 
Ben  Andrew  Barnes 
James  Daniel  Benner 
Herman  Berger 
James  Russell  Blakemore 
Allan  James  Bryden 
Robert  Bruce  Campbell 
John  Cerutti 
Thomas  Gordon  Conaghan 
GiLLARD  Donald  Dearlove 
James  Lawrence  Depler,  with  High 
Honors 


Fred  Edward  Lee  Dueker 
William  Morris  Elmer 
Harold  Vincent  Gebhart,  with 

Honors 
Harvey  Wilbur  Geist,  with  High 

Honors 
Stanley  Dean  Hamman 
Elsum  Grove  Hedges 
Thomas  Raymond  Hill,  with  Honors 
Harold  Arthur  Hoffman 
Donald  Ernest  Hopwood 
Donald  Michael  Karr 
Joseph  Barney  Lanterman 


i8 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  1936 


Thomas  Mark  Lyman 
Frank  Michael  Maloney 
Eugene  Edward  Marshall 
Don  Vincent  Maxfield 
Albert  James  de  AIayo 
John  Philip  Reedy 
Clyde  Edwin  Robb 
Leon  Charles  Rubin 
Robert  Reid  Scaife 
Norman  William  Schwartz 
Robert  Eyster  Snively 
George  Vincent  Spengel 
Alfred  Henry  Spengeman 


Eleanor  Esther  Stege 
Charles  Denham  Stremsterfer 
Kenneth  Charles  Thorne 
Matthew  James  Timmons 
John  Adolph  Tockstein 
Kenneth  Lewis  Trefftzs 
Carlyle  Frank  Weinberger,  with 

Honors 
Louise  Alberta  Westerbeek 
Maurice  Jack  Williams 
Benjamin  Warren  Wise,  with 

Honors 


In  Accountancy  and  Banking  and  Finance 


Willard  Holmes  Kerr,  with  High 
Honors 


Malcolm  Emanuel  Marsh,  with 
Honors 


In  Banking  and  Finance 


Clark  Allison  Bailey 
Harold  George  Bauman 
Grover  Francis  Blankinship,  Jr. 
William  Frank  Debelak 
Robert  Miller  Derrough 
LeRoy  Kenneth  Faust 
Robert  Charles  Graser 
Sol  Browar  Greengard 
George  Temple  Hester 

In  Com 

Ernest  William  Akemann 
Alice  Marie  Chellberg 
Noble  Richard  Duncan 
Lewis  Thomen  Fisher 
Bernerd  Morton  Grossman 
Henry  Bradford  Hall 
Urban  Hipp 
Robert  Sims  Hutchens 
Albert  Wesley  McCallister 


James  Lewis  Johnson 
Donald  Edward  Kroesch 
Seaton  Franswell  McDaniel 
Gilbert  Jackson  Murphy 
Mary  Helen  Raistrick 
Edwin  Wright  Reid 
Donald  Raymond  Schneider 
Steven  Frank  Steib 


MERGE  AND  LaW 

Allen  Curtis  McGurk 
John  Powell  Madden 
William  Goldn  Pinsley 
Sutton  Francis  Scanlin 

ROLLEN    HeXTIES   SmITH 

Bert  Philo  Snow 
Matthew  William  Stefanich 
Clarence  Albert  Tillema 
Charles  Joseph  Walters 


In  Commercial  Teaching 
Florence  Angeline  Maul 


In  Foreign  Commerce 


Charlotte  Anna  Bartels 
Edward  John  Fleming,  Jr. 
Milton  Wilkinson  Keach 
Charles  Richard  Lewers 


Merle  Wentworth  Myers,  with  High 

Honors 
H.  Rosalind  Rautenberg 


In  Foreign  Commerce  and  Accountancy 
Edward  Schaefer 

In  General  Business 


John  Melvin  Abbey 
Esther  Adams 

Joseph  Irving  Adler,  Jr.,  with  High 
Honors 


Paul  Edward  Allison 
Guy  Clayton  Barnard 
Ivan  Thomas  Bauman 
Edward  Crosby  Bennett,  Jr. 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  ip^6 


19 


Francis  William  Blomquist 

James  Henry  Bolt 

Kendall  Robert  Bradley 

IzEYL  jMarie  Brown 

Vernon  Albert  Burhop 

Robert  Frederick  Busch 

William  Wettig  Bushnell 

Donald  Strock  Carolus 

Charles  Berton  Chase 

Neil  Demi'sey  Cline 

\'irginia  Elizabeth  Dille 

Don  William  Dixon 

Frank  Perrian  Dobyns 

Milburn  Carl  Eckerstrom 

Allan  Eisenstein 

Estell  Everett  Estes 

Arthur  Paul  Evans 

Charles  Paltl  Finfgeld 

Betty  Gardiner 

Paul  William  Gibbs 

Russell  Edgar  Hackleman 

Harry  Pollard  Hart 

James  Edward  Havel 

Albert  Healy 

Robert  Bruce  Hicks 

Everett  Loftus  Hollis,  with  Honors 

RosiNA  Homann 

Frederick  Justus  Hoppe 

Ivan  Darrel  Kovacic 

Milton  Peter  Kudolla 

James  ^Iartin  Lange 

Harauld  Dean  Langham 

Charles  James  Larson 

Herbert  Fredric  Larson 

Raymond  August  Larson 

Samuel  Harold  Law 

Helen  AL'\rie  Lohman 

Paul  Gilham  Lowe 

John  Knorr  McKinney 

William  Boyd  McKinstry,  Jr, 

Richard  Dale  Mansfield 


William  Kent  Mansfield 

John  Talbot  Masten 

Robert  Victor  Mitchell,  with  High 

Honors 
Charles  Fremont  Moe 
Edwin  Henry  Mohill 
Richard  Edwin  Moore 
Dixon  Doughty  Moorhead 
MiLO  Calvin  Morgan 
William  Russell  Moss 
Conrad  Albin  Olson 
Willard  Sidney  Olson 
Albert  Stanley  Ostrander 
Robert  Miller  Panzer 
Henry  Wellings  Parke 
Calvin  Frederick  Peters 
Clarence  Edwin  Purdy 
Thomas  Paul  Ratay 
William  Henry  Rezanka 
Frederick  Willard  Roos 
Scott  Frank  Rost 
Harold  Berven  Rush 
Edward  Everett  Ruther 
Ralph  Arnold  Ruud 
Arthur  Bernhard  Schottmann 
Ernest  Edward  Schrodt 
Joe  Howard  Serkowich 
Peter  Anthony  Sostak,  with  Honors 
Thomas  Nicholas  Spyrison 
Albert  de  Varennes,  Jr. 
William  Thomas  Vogt 
Betty  Jane  Warren 
George  John  Wellner 
Beatrice  Edith  Welton 
Myra  Elitia  Whitford 
May  Helen  Wong 
Ralph  Eugene  Woodard 
Albert  Woolman  Worthen 
Charles  Joseph  Zaloudek 
John  Bernard  Zelle 
Leonard  Henry  Zieiim 


In  Industrial  Administration 

Philip  Sholes  Auten  Arthur  Louis  Rice 

Harold  Bertram  Daume  Dorothy  Florilla  Segur 

Alfred  Alonzo  Harney  William  Robert  Watson 
Kermit  AIelvin  Pennington 


John  Edward  Irland,  with  Honors 
Edwin  Allan  Kitch 


In  Insurance 

Junior  McWhinney  Ruegger 


In  Public  Utilities 


Robert  Christian  Canaday 


In  Transportation 


Gale  Benton  Aydelotte 


20 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  ips6 


The  College  of  Engineering 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Agricultural  Engineering 
Richard  Arnot  Duncan 

In  Ceramics 
Charles  Burton  Clark,  with  Honors       Richard  Stanley  Sheldon 


Robert  William  Cline,  with  Honors 
Weston  Tyler  Hester 


Robert  Carroll  Taylor,  with  High 
Honors 


In  Ceramic  Engineering 


Nicholas  Paul  Alessi 
William  Paul  Charbonnier 
Frank  Warren  Clark  Hutchison 
David  Wylie  Mathew,  Jr. 
Willard  Arends  Merle 
Lyman  Maurice  Moore 


Rexford  Newcomb,  Jr. 
William  Clarence  Pittman 
Hillard  Henry  Rubin 
Lowell  Albert  Spires 
John  Blaine  Stevens,  Jr. 
Paul  Tyler  Talbott 


In  Civil  Engineering 


L  Christian  Arne 
Stephen  Webster  Benedict 
Albert  Edward  Bitter,  with  Honors 
Winston  Edward  Black,  with 

Honors 
William  C.  Bowers 
Robert  Oliver  Brendel 
John  Elmer  Buck 
Wilfred  Champlain  Burdick 
Kenneth  Damitz 
Daniel  Stubbs  Dippold 
Leroy  William  Dittmann 
William  Weaver  Dukes 
Archer  Thomas  Elliott 
Wilbur  Skala  Feagan 
Herbert  Louis  Frank 
Paul  John  Hendricksen 
William  Edward  Hendricksen 
Robert  Crawford  Hieronymus,  with 

High  Honors 
LeVerne  Dow  Hudson 
Gerald  Williams  Hull 
Gordon  Lutz  Jeppesen,  with  High 

Honors 
Norman  Lutz  Jeppesen 
Robert  James  Johnson 
John  Greene  Junius 
William  Grover  Kahl,  with  Honors 


Arthur  Wright  Keith 
Hal  Pierce  Kibbey 
Karl  Kenneth  King 
Paul  Joseph  Kunzer 
Joseph  Albright  Leadabrand 
Harry  Alvin  Lieberman,  with 

Honors 
Wilbur  Lloyd  McNeil 
Kenneth  Maguire 
Raymond  Harold  Menefee,  with 

Honors 
Frank  Novotny,  Jr. 
James  Andrew  Parker,  Jr. 
Miller  Slocum  Pflager 
Thomas  Flint  Pope 
Charles  Uri  Prout 
John  Clark  Raleigh 
Albert  Reichmann,  Jr. 
Robert  Bacon  Reynolds 
Michael  Eber  Riley 
Thomas  Francis  Scholes 
Thomas  Benjamin  Sear,  with  Honors 
Edward  Gordon  Simons 
Antonin  Messenger  Sterba 
LuDWiG  Theodore  Stoyke 
James  Donald  Taylor,  with  High 

Honors 
Everette  Michael  Volle 


In  Electrical  Engineering 

Raymond  Howard  Bachman  Nelson  Paul  Bashor 

George  Frederick  Banks  Walter  Harold  Bigger 

Herbert  Oscar  Barnes  William  Howell  Blackburn 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  1936 


21 


John  William  Bodnar 

John  Keenen  Brinkerhoff 

James  Edward  Burgess 

Edgar  Clinton  Chamberlin,  Jr.,  with 

High  Honors 
Wallace  Andrew  Depp,  with  High 

Honors 
Mark  Deems  Disosway,  Jr. 
Franklin  Harry  Dubsky,  with 

Honors 
Wesley  Lynne  Eddy 
Paul  Raymond  Egbert,  with  Honors 
George  Perry  Entrekin,  with  High 

Honors 
George  Miller  Gernand 
Edwin  Anthony  Gonckowski 
Paul  Gordon  Gray,  with  Honors 
Marvin  C.  Greer 
Bruce  Lee  Hulse 
Ralph  Boyd  Jackson 
William  Reid  Jackson 
Russell  Jensen 
Lester  Alger  Johnson 
Thorsten  Wallner  Johnson 
!Melvin  Kohner 
R.^YMOND  Joseph  Kowalski,  with  High 

Honors 
Joseph  Anton  Krcek 


Robert  Fred  Lange 
Annas  Martin  Laurent 
Arthur  Palen  McCoard 
Raymond  Preston  McCroskey 
Valentine  Benedict  Robert 

McGowan 
Donald  Curtiss  AIarble 
Russell  Byron  Matthews 
Wendell  Earl  Miller 
David  Kilbury  Mitchell 
Howard  James  Nagle 
Stephen  Blenn  Owings 
George  Roland  Peirce 
Robert  Campbell  Pitney, 

Honors 
Edgar  August  Post,  with  High 

Honors 
Jesse  Joseph  Qurollo,  Jr. 
Charles  Joseph  Smittkamp 
W^ilmer  Harry  Spangler 
James  Henry  Stein,  with  Honors 
Thomas  Miles  Stoddert 
Curtis  Garwood  Talbot,  with  High 

Honors 
Roger  Vespa 

Thaddeus  Lewis  Woltanski 
Howard  Watson  Wrigley 
Neil  King  Yarnell 


ith 


In  Engineering  Physics 


Foster  Clyde  Bennett 

Elbert  Pidgeon  Carter,  with  High 

Honors 
Howard  Hermann  Hess,  with  Honors 


Ralph  Guy  LaBaw,  with  Honors 
Paul  Henry  Lanphier 
John  Albert  Skupas 
Herbert  John  Sprengel,  with  High 
Honors 


In  General  Engineering 

John  Herbert  Abbott  Robert  Compton  Lewis,  with  Honors 

Edward  William  Anger,  Jr.  Oliver  Perry  Luetscher,  Jr. 

Pierce  Birkhoff  Harold  William  Roat 

George  Archer  Carruthers  William  McIlwrath  Simpson,  Jr. 

Clifton  Wayne  Gano  Russell  Miles  Smith 

Gene  Emanual  Keller  Thomas  Francis  Whalon,  Jr. 

In  Mechanical  Engineering 


Charles  Walter  Bimba 

Andy  Bovich 

Raymond  Monroe  Carey 

Lewis  Henry  Collison 

Paul  William  Crumlish 

Pauly  Reeder  Paris 

George  William  Galloway 

Clifton  B.  Graham,  with  Honors 

Carl  Adam  Groth 

David  Kent  Harris,  with  Honors 

Fred  Carl  Heinig 


James  William  Herrington 
Edward  Lloyd  Howell 
Harry  Gordon  Jackson,  Jr. 
Wayne  Gardiner  Johnson,  with  High 

Honors 
August  Albert  Katt 
Leo  Robert  Kiley 
Robert  Terrell  Lee 
Richard  Walter  Leutwiler,  Jr.,  with 

Honors 
John  Joseph  Linehan 


22 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  ip^d 


Thomas  Manning  Logan 

John  Whitney  Luce,  with  High 

Honors 
Raymond  Patrick  Lynch 
Arthur  Palen  McCoard 
John  Edward  McMahon 
Robert  James  Mendenhall 
Harry  Kolb  Nagel 
James  Mann  Patterson 
Clarence  Andrew  Pippin,  with  High 

Honors 


Mauritz  Emanuel  Ringquist 

Olin  Merle  Schneider 

Alexander  Sharav 

Lester  Truel  Sharp 

Leslie  Silverman,  with  High  Honors 

Dale  Downey  Streid,  with  High 

Honors 
Chester  Anthony  Tarnowski 
Friedrich  Theilmann 
James  Austin  Thetford 
Elmo  Arthur  Travis 


In  Metallurgical  Engineering 
Charles  Marion  Squarcy 


In  Mining  Engineering 


Donald  Robert  Haake 
Edward  Joseph  Jasinski 
Carey  Lee  Pruitt 


Eugene  Corley  Robertson,  with  High 
Honors 


In  Railway  Electrical  Engineering 

George  Krambles,  with  Honors  Evan  Eugene  Olmstead 

Francis  Lundy  Morrison 


The  College  of  Agriculture 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Agriculture 


William  Blaine  Adams 
Raymond  Norwood  Ammon 
Arthur  Rutherford  Armstrong 
Robert  Dudley  Armstrong,  with 

Honors 
John  Swank  Boland 
Wallace  Francis  Bowen 
William  Maxwell  Brine 
Otis  Barton  Brown,  with  Honors 
Orris  Guy  Bryant 
Winfred  Keith  Burkett 
Charles  Marshall  Christy 
George  Wayne  Churchill 
Virgil  Franklin  Clark 
Wayne  Osborn  Clark 
Gale  Cosart  Corley 
Arthur  Edison  Cullison,  with 

Honors 
Roman  Bernard  Peter  Dahmus,  with 

Honors 
Charles  Addison  Guy  Duncan 
William  Ray  Dunn 
Erman  Leland  Dutcher 


Robert  Casper  Eckhardt,  with  High 

Honors 
Arthur  Edwin  Fisher 
Kenneth  Lee  Flake 
Harold  Leslie  Garwood 
Joseph  Bernard  Graham 
Frank  Charles  Harrison 
John  Roy  Hedberg 
John  Lester  Hensey 
Frank  Downey  Hoblit 
Dennis  Atwood  Hocking 
Irwin  Raymond  Hoener 
Gerald  Thomas  Hudson 
Jared  Wesley  Hurd 
Kenneth  Raymond  Imig 
Joseph  Moody  Johnson 
Dean  W.  Jones 

Frank  Anton  Kreml,  with  Honors 
Alvin  Smith  Lehmann 
Paul  John  Loehr 
Robert  Lee  McDonald 
Donald  Francis  McMillen,  with 

High  Honors 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  1^36 


23 


Malcolm  Hedley  AIcVickar,  with 

High  Honors 
DoRAN  Charles  Habry 
Herman  Monroe  AIarlow 
Carl  Fred  AIees 
Sherman  Grant  Menefee 
Leslie  Dale  AIitchel 
Robert  Hughs  Moats 
Homer  Eldridge  Montgomery 
RonERT  Burns  Musgrave,  with  Honors 
Lester  William  Neeves 
Russell  Turner  Odell,  with  Honors 
Durward  Joaquin  Paddock 
Petru  Pompei  a.  Pana 
Ralph  Bernard  Parlier 
Myron  William  Pasvogel 
John  Andrew  Pence 


Gerald  Emil  Peters 
Russell  Martin  Ramp 
William  John  Randles 
George  Ray  Reifsteck 
Verne  Scott  Reifsteck 
Elizabeth  Jane  Rudy 
Roger  James  Sharkey 
Harold  Winston  Smith 
George  Henry  Staggs 
Bruce  Pearl  Swinford 
William  Ralph  Taylor 
George  Eilt  Toben 
William  Frank  Turner 
Norman  Richard  Urquhart,  with 

Honors 
Wayne  Eugene  Wier 
Myron  Lincoln  Wormley 


Arnold  William  Arfsten 
George  Victor  Ball 


In  Floriculture 

Harold  Carl  Busch 

In  Home  Economics 


Margaret  Anderson 

Anna  Catherine  Armbruster 

AL^rjorie  Eleanor  Battey 

Emily  Louise  Belshaw 

Helen  Bennett 

}^La.rie  Wilhelmina  Bernds 

Carmaleta  Inez  Bixby 

Frances  Emily  Brooks 

Dorothy  Marion  Buck 

AL'\RY  Stewart  Campbell 

Doris  Chamberlin 

Evelyn  Constance  Chambers,  with 

Honors 
Xadine  Elizabeth  Cheney 
Jaxis  Clark 
Grace  Mary  Coerver 
Helen  Louise  Dancey 
Mary  Jane  Dearing,  with  Honors 
HoNNA  AIae  Dunham 
Isabel  Goin 
Dorothy  Hill  Grandy 
Marian  Joan  Gross 
Phyllis  Eileen  Hannah,  with 

Honors 
Mary  Elizabeth  Harrison,  with 

High  Honors 
Mamie  Ruth  Heald 
Dorothy  Elizabeth  Hoskins 
Cathryn  Jean  Hughes 
Helen  Christine  Johnson 
AIary  Olive  Jordan 


Lucille  Anette  Kern 

June  Eleanore  Ketel 

Elizabeth  Lucille  Kientzle 

Edna  Mae  Krows 

Pauline  Elizabeth  Livengood,  with 

Honors 
Helen  Bertha  Loecher,  with  High 

Honors 
Grace  Ella  McMahon,  with  Honors 
Doris  Marie  Madsen,  with  Honors 
Mary  Valerie  Mayoris 
Cathrine  Fern  Mies 
Vernette  Edythe  Mitchell 
Catherine  Coleen  Parks 
Audre  Elizabeth  Pawlicki 
Ruth  Ann  Perlee 
Delia  Belle  Randall 
L.  Garrah  Rice 
Viola  Elsie  Robison 
Florence  Leona  Rozin 
Gladine  Sylvia  Rutz 
Collette  Adele  Scully 
Ellen  Skillman 
Anne  Slifka 
Sarah  Elizabeth  Stith 
Lillian  Velma  Swearingen 
Virginia  Lucille  Tendick 
Ellen  Cecelia  Thomsen 
Edith  Irene  Wolf 
Lorraine  Woolley,  with  High  Honors 


24 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  1936 


The  College  of  Education 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Education 


Genevieve  Marta  Abrams 

Maurine  J.  Francis  Aldrich 

David  Ray  Anderson 

Margaret  Grace  Anderson 

Dolores  Adeline  Bagozzi 

Eleanor  Betty  Baka 

Beverly  Boyd  Baker 

Virginia  Georgia  Bambas 

Louise  Marie  Barzan 

Flora  Jane  Beasley 

Clarence  Watson  Bell 

Harold  Vincent  Benham 

William  Henry  Blake 

Betty  Hunter  Blessing 

Mildred  Kathryn  Bloom 

Alice  Maurine  Bloomster 

Keith  Preston  Bolin 

Lois  Fredericka  Borchers 

Howard  John  Braun 

Florence  Ethel  Bristow 

George  Berdine  Brown 

Dorothy  Eileen  Brutcher 

Roy  Thomas  Buchanan 

William  Washington  Buchanan,  Jr. 

Martin  Cablk 

Kenneth  Eugene  Carpenter 

Mary  Elizabeth  Chandler 

David  Citron,  Jr. 

Harold  Eugene  Clay 

John  Jacob  Clemens,  Jr. 

Frances  Leah  Clifford 

Pauline  Ruby  Cohen 

Helen  Louise  Collins 

Marian  Lucille  Conner 

WiLBURN  Beverly  Grain 

Cornell  Osborne  Cromer 

Stella  Felicia  Cullen 

Ruth  Currens 

Helen  Marie  Curtis 

Helen  Doris  Daniels 

Whilma  Alleah  Deliere 

George  Dickenson 

Matthew  P.  Dobrinic 

Mary  Elizabeth  Dohm 

John  Joseph  Dorko,  Jr. 

John  Thomas  Duffner 

Ethel  May  Dunlap 

Eleanor  Vivian  Erzinger 

Ruby  Margaret  Fahr 

Mildred  AIae  Feldman,  with  Honors 

in  French  and  in  Spanish 
Bernard  Dale  Fowler 
Henry  Bernard  Franzman 
Dorothy  Josephine  Galbraith 


Charles  Scott  Galbreath,  Jr. 

Mary  Eloise  Gann 

Frank  Louis  Gannon 

RoscoE  Raymond  Giffin,  Jr.,  with 

Honors  in  Economics 
Jane  Seyfert  Gilbert 
John  Sarsfield  Gill 
Elizabeth  Fisher  Goble 
Isabel  S.  Goscicki 
Norma  Mae  Gourley 
Mary  Alice  Grant 
Kenneth  Lyle  Gustafson 
Ruth  Alice  Haedike 
Evelyn  Anna  Emilie  Haerting 
Willard  Moses  Harlan 
Alice  Mae  Harrington,  with  Honors 

in  Mathematics 
Eugene  Dennis  Thomas  Aquinas 

Harris 
Catherine  Nelson  Harrop 
Lois  Ida  Heigl 
Ruth  Elizabeth  Heyl 
Evelyn  Elizabeth  Hoffman 
Anna  Betty  Huck 
Clarabeth  Huckins 
Margaret  Kathryn  Hueckel 
Frances  Josephine  Huml 
Rosemary  Jean  Irish 
Marilynn  Isley 
Mildred  Lorraine  Jahns 
Elizabeth  Adele  James 
Myra  Elizabeth  James 
Effa  Ingristine  Johnston 
Esther  Kantor 
Adolph  Edward  Katra 
Natalie  Keene 
Norman  Charles  Kent 
Wilma  Elizabeth  Kinney 
Delores  Knowles 
Almira  Emelia  Koeller 
John  Krebs 

Evelyn  Lorraine  Kreim 
Harry  James  Lawler 
Alice  Catherine  Mary  Leipold 
Charles  Robert  Leslie 
Anna  Donnabell  Lewis 
Arthur  H.  Likes 
Eleanor  Venita  Lindeman 
Charles  Christopher  Livingston 
Eloise  Elizabeth  Logan 
Diva  Rafiela  Luongo 
Helen  Louise  Lyman 
Willis  Bert  Lynch 
Frederick  Clyde  McDavid 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  ips6 


25 


Carrie  Grace  McDowell 

Charlotte  Alcorn  AIcGlade 

Lloyd  Edward  Mabbott 

Ara  Lee  Malach 

Edward  Lee  Malec 

Evelyn  Darlene  AL-^llonee 

Kathryn  Louise  Mallory 

AL'^rtin  Henry  ALxrkworth 

Dorothy  Irene  ]\Iarlatt 

Harold  Vandersand  Martin 

Alberta  Norma  Maska 

Marjorie  Ellen  AIeixner 

Elizabeth  AIerriam 

Grant  Allan  AIickelson 

Cecil  Arthur  Miller 

Ethel  Beryl  AIiller 

Louise  Margery  Miller 

Archie  Otto  Mills 

Jeremiah  Minear,  Jr. 

Grace  DeAtley  Moffett 

Louise  Muenning 

Frances  AL^rie  Mummert 

Joseph  Curtis  AIunch 

Mary  June  Myers 

Grace  AL\rian  Nelson 

LoRETTA  Elizabeth  Neylon 

S\'LviA  Marie  Norten 

Rose  Clare  O'Connor 

Annabel  Anderson  Osby 

Rocco  Michael  Pagnella 

Herbert  Max  Paszotta 

Louise   May  Patelski 

L\N  Thomson  Patterson 

Eleanor  Virginia  Patzman 

Elizabeth  Johanna  Peintner 

George  Wiles  Pervier 

Florine  Elinor  Petri 

Ren  AT  A  Louise  Pfeil 

Elizabeth  Phares 

Gilbert  Eugene  Poag 

Helen  Janet  Ponder,  with  Honors  in 

Mathematics 
Thomas  Flint  Pope 
Eleanor  Souffrain  Potter 
Henry  William  Potts 
Chalmer  Morgan  Price 
AL\ry  Wait  Price 
\'irgil  Evon  Price 
Ruth  Phelps  Primm 
Arleen  Pritchard 
Harry  H.  Pritikin 
Louise  Irene  Proctor 
Frank  Lawrence  Purma 
Grace  Lucille  Putnam 
Thelma  Isabel  Radwell 
Kenneth  Bouch  Rawlinson 
Bernice  Elizabeth  Reavy 
Margaret  Josephine  Reese 
Joseph  Rehor,  Jr. 
Robert  Lyle  Reinsch 
Lois  Wilhelmine  Riedelbauch 


Ruth  Emma  Riemensnider 

Grethel  Blaine  Riggs 

Lena  Bernice  Roberson 

Oscar  Davis  Roberts 

John  Kenneth  Roney 

Florence  Lorraine  Roper 

Grace  Angline  Rothwell 

Helen  Cecile  Rutherford 

AIelvin  Sader 

Salvatore  Santoro 

LuciLE  Bell  Koch  Schuessler 

William  Schwab,  Jr. 

Donald  Notter  Scott 

Robert  Marshall  Scott 

Mary  Belle  Seaton 

Waneta  Sedgwick 

Russell  James  Seletto 

Kathryn  Jane  Shaw 

Roger  Morey  Shaw 

Blanche  Lucille  Sheesley 

Katherine  Simpson 

Steven  Sluka,  Jr. 

Alice  Anne  Smith 

Barbara  Louise  Smith 

Charles  William  Smith 

Mary  Smith 

Wayman  Flynn  Smith,  Jr. 

Lois  Riley  Snider 

Phyllis  Elizabeth  Snyder 

George  Asahel  S  perry 

Marjorie  Elizabeth  Stanley 

Dorothy  Donna  Stefanoff 

William  Jasper  Stigall,  Jr. 

Helen  Kathryn  Stoutenborough 

Charles  Glen  Swikle 

Maurice  Swiryn 

Paul  Walter  Thomas 

Ryburn  Tippy 

Matt  Tischler 

Marion  Leonard  Trabert 

Genevieve  Marguerite  Tucker 

Dorothy  Elysabeth  Turner 

Marie  Elizabeth  Tyler 

WiLBERT  Donald  Ubben 

Edyth  Irma  VanBuskirk 

Irene  Neola  Vandenberg,  Honors  in 

French  and  in  Education 
Ellsworth  George  Van  Orman 
Mildred  Veselous 
Marjorie  AIarie  Voigt 
Armine  Wright  Waldrop 
QuiNTiLLA  Walker 
Robert  Glen  Walker 
Sam  Sydney  Wallace 
Leon  H.  Weaver 
Robert  Long  Weaver 
Claire  Louise  Weber 
Fred  Joseph  Wehling 
George  Gilbert  Weihofen 
Lillian  Carol  Weiskopf 
William  Robert  Welty 


26 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  ips6 


William  Frederick  Wernle,  with 

Honors  in  Spanish 
Roberta  Louise  Wessel 
Victor  Orla  West 
Helen  Mary  Whitlock 
Howard  Woodrow  Wilson 


George  ]\IcClellan  Wilt 
Catherine  Sarah  Wiseheart 
Murray  Hersh  Wolk 
Robert  Clifton  Wright 
Kenneth  Everett  Yates 
Anne  Patricia  Yesulis 


In  Home  Economics  Education 


Mary  Ann  Hoffman 
Karlene  Marjorie  Kipp 
Helen  Jane  Kirk 
Dorothy  Mabel  Ryan 


Phebe  Virginia  Shepherdson 
WiLDA  Irene  Warrick 
Dorothy  Charlotte  Woolsey 


The  College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Architectural  Engineering 


Sherman  Hunn  Bean,  with  High 

Honors 
Richard  Gordon  Belsterling 
Parke  Boyer,  with  Honors 
Lyle  Vinson  DeWitt 
Harold  Marvin  Gehm,  with  Honors 
Beverly  Lorraine  Greene 
Bernard  Eugene  Hult 
Rudard  Artaban  Jones 
Hyman  Herman  Kaplan 
Seymour  Doran  Klawans 
Burton  Beekman  Kohn 
Marcus  Westerfeld  Levy,  with  High 

Honors 


Henry  McKinley 
Oscar  Nelson 
Phillip  Allen  Peller 
Ralph  B.  Priestley 
Meade  Morrison  Robinson 
William  Samuel  Silberberg 
Russell  John  Tinkham 
John  Wilmot  Van  Ness 
Walter  Leslie  Weaver,  Jr.,  with 

Honors 
Lewis  Clarence  Wilcox 


In  Architecture 


Vytant  Pius  Aleks 

Joseph  Edward  Baker 

Victor  J.  Baumgartner 

Max  Willis  Bisson 

Tom  D.  Danahy 

Paul  Ettington 

Edward  Hale  Fairbank,  with  Honors 

Archie  Waldon  Franzen 

NuEL  Burton  Harmeson 


Arthur  William  Hennighausen 
James  Marion  Hunter 
William  Spaulding  Kinne,  Jr. 
Leonard  Harry  Mayfield 
Herman  Hurley  Meinberg 
John  Parker  Miller 
Marshall  Theodore  Munz 
Arthur  Richard  Williams,  with 
High  Honors 


In  Public  School  Music 

Elizabeth  Ann  Richards 
Marjorie  Elizabeth  Rine 
Isabelle  Sar.\  Rosen 
Marjorie  Almira  Shane 
Marietta  Besse  Tucker 
Martha  Hortense  Van  Sickle 


Marian  Octavia  Bartlett 
Arlette  Maurine  Blum 
Dorothy  Sadie  Boll 
Paul  Eugene  Cotton 
Dorothy  Davis 
LuciLE  Meta  Lang 
Mahlon  Berton  Mercer 
Esther  Elizabeth  Moore,  with 
Honors 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Fine  Arts 

In  Art  Education 
Helen  Shaw,  with  Honors  Marian  Jeanette  Snyder 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  IQS6 


27 


In  Landscape  Architecture 


Robert  Walter  Burr 
Frederic  AIcGeorge  Robinson,  with 
Honors 


John  A.  C.  Schulte 
George  Edward  Treichel 
Laura  Virginia  White 


In  Painting 


Robert  Francis  Burns,  with  Honors 

]Mary  Virginia  Cady 

Roberta  Busey  Elvis,  with  High 

Honors 
Evelyn  Opal  Laxtz 


Helen  Elizabeth  Platt 
Douglas  Eugene  Rosebrook 
Kathryn  Tone  Seiler 
Marilee  Young 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Music 


Dorothy  Davis 

Louis  Lloyd  Durflinger,  with  Honors 
Helen  Flynn,  with  Honors 
LaVerne  Jackson,  with  High  Honors 


Helen  Louise  Lee,  with  Honors 
Mary  Miller,  with  High  Honors 
Virginia  Doris  Perkins,  with  Honors 
Louise  Taylor,  with  Honors 


The  College  of  Law 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Laws 


Harry  Adelman,  A.B.,  1934,  with 

Honors 
Wixthrop  Bush  Anderson,  A.B.,  1934 
William  Busey  Arnold,  B.S.,  1933 
Walter  Durley  Boyle,  A.B.,  1934, 

with  Honors 
Carroll  Thomas  Cox,  A.B.,  1934 
Caswell  Jones  Crebs,  A.M.,  Univer- 
sity of   Southern  CaHfornia,   1933, 
with   High   Honors 
Fra>:ces  Alice  Davidson,  A.B.,  1933 
John  Curtis  Ermentrout,  B.S.,  1934 
Harry  Haskett  Faris,  B.S.L.,  North- 
western University,   1929;   M.B.A., 
Harvard  University,  1931 
Michael  Heilig  Farrin,  B.S.,  1934 
Francis  Sibley  Feiger,  B.S.,  1935 
]MiLo  Joseph  Fleming,  A.B.,  1933 
John  Wallace  Frick,  B.S.,  1934 
Morton  Merwin  Ginsberg,  A.B.,  1934 
Leo  Harry  Goldstein,  A.B.,  1934 
Leroy  August  Goldstein,  A.B.,  1934 
Paul  Franz  Grote,  Jr.,  A.B.,  1933 
Richard  Carlton  Hagan,  A.B.,  1933 
Albert  Weston  Hall,  A.B.,  1934 
Tolbert  Junior  Hill,  A.B.,  1933 
Bernard  Francis  Hoffman,  A.B., 

Knox  College,  1933 
Don.ald  Hoy,  B.S.,  1935 
Bertel  Edward  Jonson 
James  Winfield  Karber,  A.B.,  1934 
Theodore  Gaillard  Knappenberger, 
Jr.,  A.B.,   1933 


Harold  Henry  Kuhfuss,  B.Ed.,  Illi- 
nois   State    Normal    University, 
1933,  with  Honors 
George  Abraham  Lackey,  A.B.,  1927 
Shelton  Blake  Leach,  A.B.,  Illinois 

Wesleyan  University,   1933 
John  Goffe  Leggett,  B.S.,  1932 
Claude  White  McDaniel,  B.S.,  1934 
Wallace  Mulberry  Mulliken,  A.B., 

1935 
Albert  R.  Musick,  B.S.,  1934 
Clarence  Jerome  Nelson,  B.S.,  1934 
Darius  Edward  Phebus,  B.S.,  1933 
John  Daniel  Picco,  Jr.,  A.B.,  1934 
Sutton  Francis  Scanlin 
Donald  William  Staehlin,  A.B.,  1934 
Fred  Rice  Stith,  Jr.,  A.B.,  1934 
Frank  William  Swann,  Jr.,  A.B., 

1934 
Kenneth  David  Thomas,  A.B.,  1934, 

with  Honors 
Clarence  Albert  Tillema 
Richard  William  Velde,  A.B.,  Knox 

College,   1929 
Alex  Joseph  Victor,  A.B.,  1934 
Robert  Conant  White,  B.S.,  1933 
Robert  Louis  Winter,  A.B.,   St. 

Ambrose   College,   1933 
William   Francis  Woods,  Jr.,   A.B., 

1934 


The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Law 


Hiram  Henry  Lesar,  A.B.,  1934,  with 
High  Honors 


28 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  1936 


The  School  of  Journalism 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


Sam  X.  Abarbanel 

Robert  Snyder  Aitchison 

Helen  Sylvia  Arstein 

John  Drake  Austin 

Mary  Martha  Avey 

Glen  Bachle  Baumann 

Natalia  Maree  Belting,  with  Honors 

Ralph  Johan  Bjorseth 

Edward  Alan  Bloom 

Dorothy  Diane  Bolstad 

Byron  Peter  Brandenburger 

Marcus  Victor  Brewster 

Lewis  Heffner  Carnahan 

Richard  Bailey  Childs 

Frank  Joseph  Cibulka 

Mary  Frances  Comer,  with  Honors 

Fredric  Holland  Comstock 

Gerard  Cook 

Robert  Ralph  Dean 

Esther  Avelin  Deutch 

Mary  Agnes  Donnell 

Arthur  Frederick  Dries 

Theodore  Aldean  Duffield 

Miriam  Louise  Fast 

Ruth  Flint 

Jack  Arnold  Fritzlen 

Robert  Standish  Gillespie 

Robert  Clayton  Gloss 

Mae  Elizabeth  Grether 

Lyford  Albert  Gsell 

Glade  Forrest  Haist 

Constance  Edith  Hay,  with  Honors 


In  Journalism 

Elbert  LeRoy  Herron,  with  Honors 

Eunice  Oard  Hinman 

Merle  James  Hunt 

Kenneth  Emmett  Jerdon 

Catherine  Anne  Kendall 

Veronica  Laukitis 

Mary  Jane  Leisenring 

Sarah  Houston  Loring 

Francis  James  McTaggart 

Mary  Jane  Magan 

Karl  Fischer  Martinitz 

William  Samuel  Middleton 

Joe  Zellers  Moll 

Alfred  Achilles  Moore 

Vava  Vieda  Munson 

Geraldine  Marie  Murphy 

Robert  Carleton  Nelson 

George  Charles  Oswald 

Eva  Lucile  Owen 

Stuart  Paul  Peterson 

Arnold  Jacob  Potteiger 

Jay  Robert  Prillaman 

Jerrian  William  Ream 

AIax  Donald  Snider 

Paul  Leroy  Streit,  with  Honors 

William  Phillips  Talbot,  with 

Honors 
Herbert  Mortimer  Trull 
Geneva  Geraldine  Walker 
William  Frederick  George  Weber 
Robert  Louis  Westphal 


The  School  of  Physical  Education 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Physical  Education 


Arvo  Alexander  Antilla 
Edith  Frances  Buzy 
Beula  Jean  Carson 
Barbara  Cutter 
Grace  Eleanor  Fish 
Michael  Robert  Galland 
Don  Coval  Green 
Edward  Francis  Gryboski 
Lucile  Claire  Himelblau 
Lois  Keene 

Lester  LeRoy  Lindberg 
Carolyn  Vern  Mountjoy 


Kathaleen  Nina  Randolph 

Arlyne  Lillian  Reeves 

Joseph  Lawrence  Risily 

Ordie  Amelia  Roberts 

Christine  Todd  Schwartz,  with  High 

Honors 
Eloise  Morgan  Shaw,  with  Honors  in 

Education 
Mildred  Catherine  Spiesman 
Frank  Charles  Vokac 
John  James  Watt,  Jr. 
Shirley  Winsberg 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  8,  ip^d  29 

The  Library  School 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Library  Science 

EvELYX  Anne  Becher,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1934 

Lewis  AIalcom  Bright,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Toledo,  1935 

Josephine  AIarie  Cowles,  B.S.,  Ottawa  University,  1928 

EsTELLA  AIay  Culp,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1933 

Elizabeth  Alice  Curry,  B.S.,  1935 

Mildred  Worcester  Easton,  A.B.,  1935 

Edith  AIarjorie  Foster,  A.B.,  Nebraska  Wesleyan  University,  1933,  with  Honors 

Bernard  Louis  Foy,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1934 

AL^RY  SciNCONA  Frazee,  A.B.,  University  of  Tulsa,  1929 

Annabelle  Walker  Furman,  A.B.,  College  of   Charleston    (South  Carolina), 

1935 
Ruth  Rrtirs  Graham,  A.B.,  University  of  Louisville,  1935,  with  Honors 
Ruth  Janet  Hamilton,  A.B.,  1935 
Golda  Drusilla  Hankla,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1931 ; 

A.M.,   1933 
Dorothea  Harlow,  A.B.,  University  of  Oklahoma,  1934 
Norman  Giraud  Hatchman,  A.B.,  University  of  Michigan,  1931 
Elsie  Lucille  Hennigar,  A.B.,  University  of  Michigan,  1935 
Helen  Eloise  Hilton,  A.B.,  Shurtleff  College,  1935 
Eleanor  Dorothy  Inness,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1933 
Dorothy  Neil  Jen^nings,  A.B.,  Culver-Stockton  College,  1935 
Ruth  Edna  Johnston,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1931 
Stella  Amanda  Kauffman,  A.B.,  Goshen  College,  1934 
Hortense  Elizabeth  Kelly,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1921 
Helen  Muriel  Klontz,  A.B.,  Berea  College,  1934 
Marian  Kruegel,  A.B.,  State  College  of  Washington,  1934 
Margaret  Mary  Lane,  A.B.,  Morningside  College,  1934 
Naomi  Anthony  Lattimore,  A.B.,  Louisville  Municipal  College  for  Negroes, 

1935 
Charlotte  Ethel  Lavietes,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1934 
Armand  Joseph  Lottinville,  A.B.,  St.  Viator  College,  193 1 
Helen   Lucile   McIntyre,    B.S.,    Southwest   Missouri    State   Teachers   College, 

1932,  with  Honors 

Charles  Haynes  AIcMullen,  A.B.,  Centre  College,  1935 

Mildred  Blanche  AIitchell,  Ph.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1933 

Harriet  Juliet  Nordhem,  A.B.,  Rockford  College,  1934 

Arabell  Peirson,  A.B.,  University  of  British  Columbia,  1935 

Dona  Bell  Peterson,  A.B.,  East  Texas  State  Teachers  College,  1929 

Nicholas  Punt,  A.B..  Calvin  College,  1935 

Jessie  Barry  Richmond,  A.B.,  Southwestern  College,  1935 

Rebecca  Frances  Ruby,  A.B.,  1934 

Martha  Lou  Sanford,  A.B.,  Indiana  State  Teachers  College   (Terre  Haute), 

193 1,  with  Honors 
Edna  June  Shenton,  A.B.,  Simpson  College,  1935 
Olga  Shevchik,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1935 
Clara  Kay  Silvian,  A.B.,  1935 

J.a.n'e  Margaret  Stoddard,  A.B.,  Mount  Holyoke  College,  1935 
Mary  Elizabeth   Swift,   B.S.,   State  Teachers  College    (Farmville,  Virginia), 

1933,  with  Honors 

Christine  Brodie  Taylor,  A.B.,  University  of  Richmond,  1934 
Virginia  Frances  Toles,  A.B.,  Atlanta  University,  1930 
Sarah  Joselyn  Way,  A.B.,  1930 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago 
June  5,  1936 


The  College  of  Medicine 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Medicine 


Edmund  Roy  Abler 

George  Frederick  von  Asch,  with 

Honors 
Harold  Barnett 
Samuel  Berger 
Ralph  Carl  Berkelhamer 
Mark  Bernstone 
John  August  Bowman,  Jr. 
Abraham  Brodsky 
Jack  E.  Brooks 

George  Whitham  Carlin,  A.B. 
Robert  Elmer  Cohenour 
Bernard  Isadore  Coopersmith,  with 

Honors 
John  Lewis  Cutler 
Patrick  Thomas  Dolan,  Jr. 
Edmund  Roche  Donoghue 
Victor  ^Murphy  Dorris 
DeSales  Guillaume  DuVigneaud 
Alfred  Stuart  Ehrlich 
Alfred  Bernard  Falk 
Robert  Alan  Fantus 
Fannie  Finkelstein,  with  Honors 
Leah  Fisher 
Richard  George  Fort 
Isadore  Friedman,  with  Honors 
Jack  Friedm.'\n 
Leonard  David  Friedman 
Rose  Fromm 

Richard  Lawrence  Fruin 
Samuel  Theodore  Gerber 
Ralph  Gradman,  with  High  Honors 
Adeline  S.  Greenberg 
^La.rvin  Grubman,  with  Honors 
Dominic  Joseph  Haftkowski 
Earl  Douglas  Hamilton 
Irving  Handwerger 
Thrift  Gene  Hanks 
^Iartin  Franklin  Hanson 
Jack  Tilden  Haskins 
James  Charles  Havranek 
Robert  Clarence  Hecker 
Harold  Herron 
Milton  Herzberg 
Moris  Horwitz 
Frank  Louis  Jedlicka 
Robert  Joseph  Jensik 
Herman  Joffe 


WiLLARD  Z.   KeRMAN 

Meyer  Kruglik 

Edward  Howard  Lambert,  with  High 

Honors 
Louis  Sanford  Lapid 
Harry  Lasin 
Jerome  Jack  Lubin 
Louis  Malow 
Gerald  Joseph  Menaker 
Herbert  Samuel  Miller 
Bernard   Edward  Moisant 
George  Ensley  Moore,  A.B. 
Maurice  David  Pearlman,  with 

Honors 
William  Nelson  Piper 
Kenneth  Lewis  Pistorius 
Henry  Ricewasser,  A.B. 
Marion  Masters  Ricketts,  Jr. 
Morris  M.  Rosenthal 
Harold  Jerome  Rothenberg 
Oscar  Rushakoff,  with  Honors 
Margaret  Mary  Scannell 
Frederick  Gleadall  Simpson 
Henry  Fred  Steinbock 
Joseph  Francis  Steininger 
David  Henry  Stern 
Charles  Henry   Stubenrauch,  Jr., 

with  High  Honors 
Albert  Frederick  Swatek,  with 

Honors 
Sydney  William  Tauber 
Leo  Tepper,  with  Honors 
Sidney  Merrill  Tepper 
Annette  V.  Tesarik 
John  Vernon  Thompson 
John  Keay  Wallace,  II 
Jacob  Walter 
Joseph  Eugene  Walton 
Arnold  Harris  Warshell 
Leonard  Lester  Weil 
Benjamin  Abra  Weinberg 
Roy  Cyril  Weinstein 
Charles  Gilbert  Weissman 
George  Joseph  Wienman 
Fred  Miller  Williams 
Irwin  Fox  Williger 
Warren  Ashley  Yemm 


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32 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago,  June  5,  /pjd 


The  Certificate  in  Medicine 


Harrie  Pond  Altman,  Jr. 
Herbert  Jack  Apfelberg,  B.S. 
George  Harold  Ashline,  A.B.,  B.S. 
Meyer  Backer,  Ph.C,  B.S. 
Milton  Charles  Baumann,  B.S. 
Arthur  Berman 
John  Anthony  Bielski 
Samuel  AIitchell  Bluefarb,   B.S. 
George  Wencil  Bohr 
Abraham  Brodsky 
Lester  Paul  Bunchman 
Samuel  Burack,  B.S. 
Edward  Maurice  Burns 
Joseph  Peter  Cascino,  B.S. 
John  Goolsby  Cecil,  B.S. 
Ralph  Chapman,  B.S. 
Chester  Coggeshall,  B.S. 
Meyer  AIerle  Cutler,  B.S. 
Duane  Delbert  Darling,  B.S.,  with 

Honors 
Sydney  Alfred  Diamond,  B.S. 
Howard  Ellsworth  Dorton,  B.S., 

with  Honors 
Corinne  Schenck  Eddy,  Ph.B. 
Benjamin  Einhorn,  B.S. 
Irving  Favus,  B.S. 
Paul  Edward  Feldman,  B.S. 
Robert  Vernon  Ferrell,  B.S. 
Jack  Finkelstein,  B.S. 
Jacob  C.  Fleischer,  B.S. 
Leona  Rosemary  Fordon,  B.S. 
Harold  S.  Friedman,  B.S. 
Eugene  Warren  Gessler,  B.S. 
Alfred  Josef  Goldyne,  B.S. 
Joseph  Robert  Goran 
Orville  Eugene  Gordon,  B.S. 
Gasper  Asa  Goshgarian 
Morris  Greenberg,  B.S. 
Jacob   Grossblat,   B.S. 
Jack  William  Grossman,  B.S. 
Samuel  Albert  Gunn,  B.S. 
John  Olaf  Hanson,  B.S. 
George  Melvin  Harms,  B.S. 
John  A.  Havlicek,  B.S. 
Friedy  B.  Heisler,  B.S. 
Wade  Frederic  Heritage,  B.S. 
Paul  Herzog,  B.S. 
Aaron  Arthur  Hilkevitch,  B.S. 
Allan  Bonner  Hirschtick,  B.S. 
Nathan  Leonard  Hoffenberg,  B.S. 
Maurice  Thomas  Horsman 
Elfriede  Horst,  A.B. 
Harold  Dale  Huff,  B.S. 
Kenneth  Franklin  Hughes,  B.S. 
William  Addison  Hutchison 
Francis  Marion  Jacks,  B.S. 
Natalia  Julia  Janicki,  B.S. 
Ernest  Arthur  Kahn,  B.S. 
Elmer  John  Kalal 


John  Stuart  Kapernick,  B.S. 

Henry  Kaplan,  B.S. 

Leo  Abraham  Kaplan 

Selig  Joel  Kavka,  B.S. 

John  Wesley  Keyes,  B.S. 

Alfred  Joseph  Klein,  B.S. 

Ernest  Sol  Klein 

William  Philip  Kleitsch,  B.S. 

Charles  Donald  Krause 

Alfred  John  Kreft,  B.S. 

Ralph  Kuhlman 

corinna  kurvinen,  b.s. 

Joseph  Arthur  Kwint,  B.S. 

Herman  Boris  Lander,  B.S. 

Gilbert  George  Lapid,  B.S. 

Harry  Lasin 

Philip  Rankin  Latta,  B.S. 

Fred  Hunter  Lawrence,  A.B.,  B.S. 

Edwin  Harvey  Lawson,  B.S. 

Arthur  Bernard  Levan,  B.S.,  with 

Honors 
Louis  Levin,  B.S. 
Milton  Jack  Levisohn,  B.S. 
Roland  AIarco  Levisohn,  B.S. 
Samuel  Liebman,  B.S. 
Sol  Ludmerer,  B.S. 
Emerson  King  McVey 
Samuel  M.  Marcus,  B.S. 
Lloyd  Louis  Matzkin,  B.S. 
Simon  Jacob  Maydet,  B.S. 
Nathan  Harry  Miller 
Felix  Patrick  AIooney 
William  Goodrich  Motel,  B.S. 
Bernard  Benjamin  Neuchiller 
Everett  Jacob  Olenick,  B.S.,  with 

Honors 
Edward  Palmer,  Ph.B. 
Arthur  Karl  Peterson,  B.S. 
Theodore  Algird  Poska,  B.S. 
Fred  August  Quenzer,  B.S. 
Samuel  S.  Reinglass,  B.S. 
Oliver  Vernon  Renaud,  B.S. 
Stanley  Everett  Robinson 
Herbert  Edgar  Rubin,  B.S. 
Preston  Walker  Sawyer,  B.S. 
Louis  Schlan,  B.S. 
Ernst  Schmidhofer,  Jr. 
Samuel  Louis  Schreiber,  Ph.C,  B.S. 
Joseph  Schwartz,  B.S. 
Harry  M.  Segenreich,  B.S. 
Arthur  Louis  Shapiro,  B.S. 
Irene  Shmigelski 
Adam  Slaw,  B.S. 
John  Wallace  Stastny,  B.S. 
David  William  Steinberg,  B.S. 
Harold  Steinberg 
Hyman  Sydney  Steinberg,  B.S. 
David  Henry  Stern 
Anthony  Edward  Sukis 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago,  June  5,  /pjd 


33 


Stanley  Edward  Telser,  A.B. 
Jay  Donald  Trotter 

isADORE  TuRETSKY,   B.S. 

Hymen  Leon  Udesky,  B.S. 
Chester  Wade,  B.S. 
William  Stanley  Walsh,  B.S. 
Joseph  Eugene  Walton 
^[iLAN  Michael  Wasick,  B.S. 
Leonard  Lester  W^eil 
Jack  Weinberg 


Ross  Russell  Weller,  A.B. 
Clarence  Benjamin  Wyngarden,  B.S. 
Joseph  Johanan  Yanowitz,  B.S. 
Francis  Joseph  Yoltng,  B.S. 
Tommy  Richard  Young,  B.S. 
Mary  Zeldes,  A.B. 
William  Bernard  Zelik,  B.S. 
Sidney  Edward  Ziffren,  B.S. 
Raymond  Dumont  Zimont,  B.S. 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Medicine 


Harold   Henry  Boros,   B.S. 
Tohn  Lewis  Cutler 


John  Richard  Taylor,  B.S. 


The  College  of  Dentistry 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


Elliott  William  Alpern 
Massis  Armen  Bahador 
Russell  Lawrence  Carter 
Andrew  B.  Cohen- 
Jesse  Herbert  Coven 
John  Edward  Emanuelson 
Stanley  J.  Flachner,  A.B. 
Palt,  Gechman 
Jacob  Martin  Goldstein 
Elias  Horowitz 
Harry  Alex  Karczewski 
Arthur  Deo  Klein,  Jr. 
Henry  John  Kwapisz 
Henry  Harold  Leib 


In  Dentistry 


Edward  James  Lesko 
Harry  George  Leventyn 
Edward  Harry  Ragan 
Joseph  James  Rosenbush 
Robert  Roy  Rubin 
Donald  Henry  Rueter 
Clarence  Schneider 
Harry  Spodak 
Henry  Lewis  Wente 
Howard  L.  S.  Werch 
Philip  Wesoke 
Raymond  Aubrey  Winder 
Jack  Ziment 


The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Dental  Surgery 


Julius  Berman,  B.S. 

Frank  Donald  Bernard,  B.S. 

Robert  Rowley  Bowman,  B.S. 

James  Harry  Causer,  Jr.,  A.B. 

Jacob  Cohen,  B.S. 

Robert  Dane  Curtis,  B.S.,  with 

Honors 
Manual  Dvorin 
Jack  Ehrlich,  B.S. 
Maurice  Robert  Fal  stein 
Anthony  Luke  Gessay,  B.S. 
Edward  John  Goggin,  B.S. 


Ambrose  Goldberg 
Philip  Tobe  Goldberg,  B.S. 
Gordon  Dunnington  Heiple 
Dewey  DeWitt  Jackson,  B.S. 
Anthony  Louis  Peters,  B.S. 
Joseph  Isadore  Saposnik,  B.S. 
Benjamin  Bernard  Shapiro,  B.S. 
Kenneth  Palmer  Sharpe,  B.S. 
Simpson  Tannenbaum,  B.S. 
Israel  S.  Wagman,  B.S. 
Philip  Allan  Winston,  B.S. 


34 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago,  June  5,  1936 


The  College  of  Pharmacy 

The  Degree  of  Pharmaceutical  Chemist 


Bela  Horvath 
Bernard  Henry  Ksycki 
Peter  Daniel  Maggio 
Richard  Kenneth  Magid 
Chester  Louis  Prybylo 


Anthony  Daniel  Ravegnani 
Joseph  Rutgard 
Sol  Charles  Sherman 
Edward  Frank  Vlack 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Pharmacy 


Robert  William  Elich,  B.S. 

Abraham  Endler 

Leland  Everett  Fetzer 

Raymond  Fisher 

Raymond  Joseph  Fridrich 

Walter  Allen  Gher 

William  A.  Hoff 

Nathan  Horowitz 

Marshall  Hotz 

Kenneth  Lyle  Howell 

Dorothy  Helen  Hubler 

Edward  John  Jaruszewski,  with  High 

Honors 
Ignatius  Joseph  Kaski 
Edward  Ernst  King 
Elmer  Guenther  King,  with  High 

Honors 

CONSTANTINE    GeORGE    KoLOMATSKY, 

with  High  Honors 


Sister  Mary  Ethelberta  Krebs 

Francis  Xavier  Lescher 

Jerome  Martin  Mitacek 

Michael  Richard  Mizen 

Carl  George  Mozenter 

Edward  Casimir  Rogowski 

Karl  Blei  Rosen 

Sam  Ruttenberg 

J.  Leonard  Schallman 

Arthur  Albert  Schauer 

Jacob  Shapiro 

Walter  Joseph  Sharka,  Jr.,  with 

Honors 
Herman  Silver 

Samuel  Sonshine,  with  Honors 
Robert  Geymer  Steveley 
Sidney  Asher  Taylor 
Ethel  Louise  Tuscher 
Adam  Everett  Volkenant 


The  Graduate  School 

The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 

In  Bacteriology 

Marion  Winifred  Hood,  A.B.,  Carroll  College,  1918;  A.M.,  University  of  Wis- 
consin, 1928.    The  relation  between  the  oral  and  gastric  bacterial  flora. 

In  Medicine 

Ford   Kimmel   Hick,   M.D.,   M.S.,    1931,    1933.     Criteria   of   oxygen   want   with 
especial  reference  to  neurocirculatory  asthenia. 

In  Pathology 

Perry  Julius  Melnick,  B.S.,  M.S.,  M.D.,  1927,  1929,  1930.    The  time  factor  in 
the  irradiation  of  malignant  tumors. 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Psychology 

Robert  Crane  Kammerer,  A.B.,  1933 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago,  June  5,  -rpj(5  35 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Bacteriology 
^[ARIE  Anna  Hagele,  B.S.,  Lewis  Institute,  1931 
George  Maurice  Kalmanson,  B.S.,  College  of  the  City  of  New  York,  1934 

In  Dental  Pathology  and  Therapeutics 
Edgar  Herman  Kramp,  B.S.,  D.D.S.,  1929,  1931 

In  Medicine 
Samuel  Liebman,  B.S.,  1934 

In  Neuropsychiatry 
Chester  Wade,  B.S.,  1934 

In  Orthodontia 
Beulah  Grattan  Nelson,  A.B.,  Northwestern  University,  1921 ;  D.D.S.,  1930 

In  Pathology 

Ben  Willl^m  Lichtenstein,  B.S.,  M.D.,  1930,  1932 
Everett  Jacob  Olenick,  B.S.,  1934 

In  Pharmacology 
Jacob  Francis  Hahn,  B.S.,  1930 

In  Physiology 

Lester  Frands  Mikkel  Storm,  B.S.,  Northwestern  University,  1933 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last 
Commencement 


Conferred  in  August  and  October,  1935, 
and  in  February,  1936 


The  Graduate  School 

The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 

Conferred  in  February,  1936 

In  Bacteriology 

Frank  Thorp,  Jr.,  D.V.AI.,  Iowa  State  College,  1926;  M.S.,  Virginia  Poly- 
technic Institute,  1927.  A  bacteriological  study  of  the  aerobic  flora  occur- 
ring in  pneumonic  lungs  of  swine. 

In  Chemistry 

S.^MUEL  H.  Eppstein,  A.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1929.  The  parenteral  utili- 
zation of  amino  acids. 

Eugene  Dodson  Farley,  A.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1931 ;  M.S.,  1933.  Re- 
arrangements of  the  polyines:  a  study  of  the  rearrangement  product  of 
tetraphenyl-ditertiarybutylethinyl-ethane. 

Jared  Hewes  Ford,  A.B.,  Oberlin  College,  1931 ;  A.M.,  1932.  AUene-acetylene 
rearrangements  in  compounds  related  to  diphenyldi-tertiary-butylditertiary- 
butylethinylethane. 

Bernard  Samuel  Friedman,  A.B.,  1930.  I.  2-Aminophenyl-thiazoles.  II.  New 
reactions  of  gossypol. 

Kenneth  Stanley  Kemmerer,  B.S.,  M.S.,  Beloit  College,  1930,  1932.  The 
metabolism  of  certain  sulfur  compounds  related  to  cystine  and  methionine. 

William  Joseph  Sparks,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Indiana,  1926,  1929.  Rear- 
rangements of  the  polyines:  a  study  of  the  rearrangement  of  tritertiary- 
butylethynl-methyl  derivatives. 

Robert  Rhorer  Sterrett,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1931 ;  M.S.,  St.  Louis  Uni- 
versity, 1932.  The  application  of  the  x-ray  diffraction  technique  to  some 
problems  of  lubrication. 

In  Classics 

Charles  Clare  Hower,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1927;  A.M.,  1928.  Studies 
on  the  so-called  Accursiana  Recension  of  the  life  and  fables  of  Aesop. 

In  Economics 

Harry  Gray  Brainard,  B.S.,  M.S.,  University  of  North  Carolina,  1930,   1931. 

The  National  Labor  Board,  1933-1934. 
Wayne  Farley  Caskey,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1930;  M.S.,  1933.    Some 

effects  of  seasonal  milk  production  on  marketing  costs  in  the  whole-milk 

industry. 
Virgil  Dale  Cover,  B.S.C,  University  of  Iowa,   1930;    M.B.A.,   Northwestern 

University,  1931.    Joseph  Bartlett  Eastman's  economic  and  social  views  on 

transportation  problems. 
William  Randolph  Curtis,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  North  Carolina,   1930, 

1931.    Some  labor  problems  in  the  cotton  textile  industry. 
Theodore  Christian  Helmreich,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1932.   The  unemployment  program 

of  the  German  Government,  1930-1934. 

37 


38  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

Louis  Jefferson  Long,  B.B.A.,  A.M.,  University  of  Colorado,  1930,  1931.  Inter- 
state comity  in  income  taxation. 

Jesse  Taylor  Palmer,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1928,  1931.  Some  effects  of  maintaining 
retail  prices  of  whole  milk  at  artificial  levels. 

In  Engineering 

Kenneth  Cassingham  Lyon,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1931,  1933.  A  study  of  the  scratch 
hardness  of  certain  glasses. 

In  German 

Ian  James  Bald,  A.B.,  Hamilton  College,  1927;  A.M.,  1932.  The  Klagelied:  a 
study  of  the  German  secular  song  of  complaint  and  protest,  1450-1650. 

In  History 

George  Leighton  LaFuze,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Florida,  1928,  1929.    Great 

Britain,  France,  and  the  Siamese  question,  1885-1904. 
Almont  Lindsey,  B.S.,  Knox  College,  1928;  A.M.,  1930.    The  town  of  Pullman 

as  a  social  experiment. 
George  William  Frederick  Stripling,  A.B.,  1933.   The  Ottoman  Turks  and  the 

Arabs,  1511-1574. 

In  Mathematics 

Gaines  Barrett  Lang,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1927,  1929.  On  finite  systems  of  Hnear 
differential  equations  of  infinite  order  with  constant  coefficients. 

In  Psychology 

Richard  Carnes  Ledgerwood,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Washington  University,  1929,  1930. 
The  constitution  of  the  copulatory  sequence  in  Drosophila  melanogaster. 

In  Romance  Languages 

Luis   Aviles,    A.B.,    Park   College,    1924;    A.M.,   University   of   Kansas,    1929. 

Mexicana  de  Gabriel  Lobo  Lasso  de  la  Vega. 
Peter   S.   Presta,   A.B.,   Lake   Forest   College,    1929;   A.M.,    1931.    The   social 

attitude  of  the  French  Realists:  a  study  of  Flaubert,  the  Goncourt  Brothers, 

Maupassant,  and  Alphonse  Daudet. 

In  Zoology 

Otto  Erich  Kugler,  B.S.,  Elmhurst  College,  1929;  M.S.,  1930.  Ether  soluble 
lipoid  phorphorus  lecithin  and  cephalin  distribution  in  the  development  of 
the  chick. 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Botany 

Margaret  Middleton,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1929  (February) 
GuYDELL  Lehman  Schwartz,  B.S.,  1934  (February) 

In  Chemistry 

Howard  Charles  Black,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1934  (August) 

Lucille  Critchlow,  A.B.,  Wooster  College,  1920  (October) 

Herman  Robert  Rahn,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 

Edward  Kenneth  Skoog,  A.B.,  University  of  Montana,  1933  (October) 

In  Classics 

Elizabeth  Myrtle  Clifford,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1930  (October) 

Essie  LeSure,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1921   (October) 

Ralph   Herbert   McMinn,   B.Ed.,   Southern   Illinois    State   Normal   University, 

1929  (August) 
Mabel  Naomi  Nowlin,  A.B.,  1926   (October) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  39 

In  Economics 

Curtis  AIiller  Elliott,  A.B.,  1934  (October) 
Melvin  James  Segal,  A.B.,  Amherst  College,  1932  (October) 
Lawrence  Leslie  Waters,  B.S.,  Central  Missouri  State  Teachers  College,  1935 
(February) 

In  Education 

Kimble  Sampford  Bishop,  B.S.,  Southwestern  Missouri  State  Teachers  College, 
192S   (October) 

Samuel  AIelvin  Bishop,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1927 
(October) 

R.\LPH  Easton  Clabaugh,  B.S.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1931 
(October) 

Herbert  Spenxer  Davis,  A.B.,  1921   (August) 

KoNRAD  Carl  Dillow,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932 
(February) 

Orpheus  Chester  Echols,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1926  (Oc- 
tober) 

Robert  William  English,  B.S.,  James  Millikin  University,  1929  (October) 

Adeline  Dorothy  Firchau,  A.B.,  1928  (October) 

Virginia  Costello  Foster,  B.S.,  1929  (October) 

Harry  Camden  Gobble,  B.S.,  1927  (October) 

Bessie  DeBord  Hale,  A.B.,  Northwestern  University,  1912  (October) 

Julian  House,  B.S.,  1929  (October) 

Marvin  Harold  Ihne,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1929  (August) 

Harry  Theodore  Keen,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929 
(August) 

Ivan  Jennings  Laws,  A.B.,  Carthage  College,  1922;  B.S.,  1928  (October) 

Frederick  Kendal  Lingle,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 
1928    (October) 

Ronald  Redvers  Lowdermilk,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1927 
(October) 

Louis  Rogers  McDonald,  A.B.,  Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1926  (October) 

Clarence  Alva  Michelman,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1925  (October) 

S.A.LOME  Susan  Mitchell,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1922  (October) 

Agnes  Louise  Nelson,  A.B.,  1919  (October) 

John  W.^lter  Edgar  Oster,  A.B.,  McKendree  College,  1929  (October) 

James  Russell  Peters,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1931 
(October) 

William  Neal  Phelps,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929 
(August) 

Robert  Montgomery  Phillips,  A.B.,  University  of  Nebraska,  1932  (October) 

Roberta  Lee  Poos,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1927   (October) 

Viola  Katherine  Powell,  B.S.,  Ball  State  Teachers  College,  1930  (February) 

James  Lyle  Sisk,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932 
(August) 

Clifford  Frederick  Stiegemeier,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1928  (Oc- 
tober) 

William  Edwin  Tallyn,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1933  (Oc- 
tober) 

LoY  Ezra  Wattles,  A.B.,  McKendree  College,  1929   (August) 

Robert  Storey  Wilson,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1926  (October) 

In  English 

William  Barton  Bain,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1934  (February) 
Blanche  Bell,  B.S.,  1934  (February) 

Jessie  B.\llard  Cassidy,  A.B.,  Park  College,  1929  (August) 
Elizabeth  Davenport  Cogswell,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1923  (February) 
Verna  Irene  Crofts,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1925   (February) 
Kermit   Chancil   Dehl,   B.Ed.,   Eastern   Illinois   State   Teachers   College,    1930 
(August) 


40  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

Helen  Leneva  Flowers,  A.B.,  Fisk  University,  1930  (October) 

George  Frederick  Haddock,   B.Ed.,   Western  Illinois   State   Teachers   College, 

1930  (October) 
Amy  Irene  Hollem,  B.Mus.,  B.S.,  1923,  1928  (February) 

Opal  Armitage  Hoover,  A.B.,  Emmanuel  Missionary  College,  1926  (October) 
Irene  Marie  Howell,  A.B.,  1933  (August) 

Mildred  Odessa  Lapan,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1922  (August) 
Erna  Barbara  Moehl,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 
John  D.  Morse,  A.B.,  1930  (February) 
Elizabeth    Lucinda    Scott,    B.Ed.,    Illinois    State    Normal    University,    1927 

(August) 
Mary  Virginia  Elizabeth  Weber,  A.B.,  Rosary  College,  1934  (February) 

In  Geography 

Ray  Lane,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1934  (October) 

In  German 

Caroline  Luther,  A.B.,  1912   (October) 
Netta  Virginia  Niess,  A.B.,  1924  (August) 
Karl-Heinz  Planitz,  A.B.,  1934   (October) 
Josephine  Mary  White,  A.B.,  1934  (October) 

In  History 

Marie  Louise  Adams,  A.B.,  MacMurray  College,  1929  (February) 

Ethel  Lavisa  Butler,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932  (October) 

John  Edward  Byrnes,  A.B.,  Columbia  College,  1926  (August) 

Atile  Chiti,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1929  (October) 

Adele  Cross,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1926  (October) 

Jessie  Frances  Dancey,  A.B.,  1934  (August) 

Beula  Fern  Hartley,  B.S.,  1927   (October) 

Keach  Doyel  Johnson,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1932   (August) 

Josephine  Alice  McGinty,  B.S.,  1929  (August) 

Elisabeth  Ellen  Menne,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1930 

(October) 
Mildred  Alice  Potter,  A.B.,  Brenau  College,  1933  (October) 
Nina  Genevieve  Reed,  B.S.,  1927  (October) 
George  Winston  Smith,  A.B.,  1934  (August) 

In  Library  Science 

Ruth  Elizabeth  Bergman,  A.B.,  University  of  South  Dakota,  1924;  B.S. (Lib.), 

1929  (February) 
Helen  Elizabeth  Brown,  A.B.,  H.  Sophie  Newcomb  College,  1929;  B.S.,  1931 

(October) 
Lucy  Brown  Foote,  B.S.,  George  Peabody  College,  1927  (October) 
Evelyn  Mildred  Hensel,  B.S.,  Ohio  State  University,   1928;   B.S. (Lib.),  1931 

(February) 
Clarice  Emma  Krieg,  A.B.,  State  University  of  Iowa,  1932;  B.S.,  1933  (October) 
Ruth   Caroline   Krlteger,    B.S.,   Eastern   State    Normal    School    (S.D.),    1925; 

B.S. (Lib.),  1927   (February) 
Mahala  Saville,  B.S.,  A.B.,  University  of  Missouri,  1919,  1923  (October) 
Edith  Winifred  Van  Sickle,  A.B.,  Elmira  College,  1924  (August) 

In  Mathematics 

Reuben  Albert  Baumgartner,  A.B.,  1934  (August) 
James  Dow  Campbell,  Jr.,  A.B.,  Vanderbilt  University,  1934  (October) 
George  Walter  Carson,  A.B.,  Hanover  College,  1927  (October) 
Boyd    Harshbarger,    A.B.,    Bridgewater    College,    1928;    M.S.,    Virginia    Poly- 
technic Institute,   1931    (August) 
Marian  Alease  Moore,  A.B.,  Greenville  College,  1929  (August) 
Nellie  Fern  Morris,  A.B.,  1925   (August) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  41 

Ollie  Nathaniel  Morris,  A.B.,  1929  (October) 

Tean  Elizabeth  Nelson,  B.Ed.,  Northern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1925; 
B.S.,  1928  (August) 

In  Philosophy 
Jesse  DeBoer,  A.B.,  Calvin  College,  1933  (October) 

In  Physics 

Elsie  Irene  Parrish  McNeill,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  Univer- 
sity, 1931   (October) 

In  Political  Science 

Henry  Hvvei  Den,  A.B.,  Southwestern  College,  1934  (February) 

In  Romance  Languages 

Edward  Sherman  Beadle,  A.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1931   (August) 

Frances  Cass  Crouse,  B.S.,  1931   (August) 

Felix  Bruno  Giovanelli,  A.B.,  1935   (February) 

Mary  Elizabeth  Klingner,  A.B.,  1934  (February) 

Mary  Roberts,  B.S.,  1926,  1930  (October) 

Mary  Lucille  Scott,  A.B.,  Augustana  College,  1928  (October) 

Sister  ^Iary  Sheila  Treston,  A.B.,  Rosary  College,  1927  (October) 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Accountancy 

AIargaret  Lamberton,  B.S.,  1925  (February) 

Walter  Frazier  Lawless,  B.S.,  Monmouth  College,  1928   (October) 

In  Agronomy 

William  Bryan  Braeuninger,  B.S.,  1931  (February) 
Wilbur  Calvin  Brokaw,  B.S.,  1932  (February) 

In  Bacteriology 

Anne  Jessie  Brittin,  A.B.,  1934  (August) 

Catherine   Alma   Donaldson,   B.Ed.,   Illinois    State   Normal   University,    1934 

(August) 
Earl  Floyd  Liddle,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930  (October) 
Arthur  Clarence  Muns,  A.B.,  B.S.,  1930,  1932  (August) 

In  Botany 

Stephen  Diachux,  B.S.,  Rhode  Island  State  College,  1934  (October) 
Robert  Virgil  Drexler,  B.S.,  Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1934  (February) 
John  William  Selett,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1935  (August) 

In  Business  Organization  and  Operation 
Elizabeth  AIay  Lewis,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929  (October) 

In  Ceramic  Engineering 
Cameron  Gerald  Harman,  B.S.,  1929  (October) 

In  Chemistry 

George  Bosworth  Brown,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1934  (February) 

Albert  Robert  Hanke,  B.S.,  1933  (February) 

Glex  Williard  Hedrick,  B.S.,  Eureka  College,  1930  (October) 

Garland  Miller  Riegel,  A.B.,  Central  College,  1924  (October) 

Edward  Martin  Schap,  A.B.,  University  of  Dubuque,  1927   (October) 

Glenn  Edgar  Ullyot,  B.Chem.,  University  of  Minnesota,  1933  (August) 


42  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

Robert  Clark  Vandervoort,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 

Max  Edward  Woodworth,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1926 
(October) 

In  Civil  Engineering 

Mehmet  Orhan  Emre,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1934  (February) 
Kenneth  DeFord  Morland,  B.S.,  1933  (February) 

In  Economics 

Margaret  Lucille  Lowry,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930   (Oc- 
tober) 
Zao-Ming  Tsu,  B.S.,  Chiao-Tung  University,  1933   (February) 
Billy  Earvey  Wetzel,  B.S.,  1934  (October) 

In  Education 

Arthur  Guy  Baker,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 

Robert  Abraham  Barr,  B.S.,  1927   (October) 

Elisha  Hobson  Baumgartner,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College, 

1926    (October) 
Eugene  Henry  Beaver,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 

Leon  Fredric  Beecher,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1928  (August) 
Donald  Merrell  Bethel,  A.B.,  Parsons  College,  1924   (February) 
Janet  Marie  Bock,  B.S.,  North  Central  College,  1932  (October) 
Wallace  Roy  Brach,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929  (October) 
Farwell  George  Brown,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 
Earl  Alfred  Carlson,  B.S.,  1928   (August) 

Roy  Clark,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1933   (August) 
John  Leonard  Conant,  B.S.,  1927  (October) 
William  Reynold  Cordis,  B.S.,  1927  (August) 
Gerald  Doolen  Cox,  B.S.,  1929  (August) 
Paul  Moody  Crafton,  B.S.,  Lincoln  College,  1925   (August) 
Gerald  Walden   Dunn,   B.Ed.,   Eastern   Illinois   State   Teachers   College,   1930 

(October) 
Seth  Arthur  Fessenden,  B.S.,  1934  (October) 
Charles  Thomas  Gabbert,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 

1931    (October) 
Joe  Newton  Gerber,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1934   (October) 
Kathryn  Gertrude  Hansen,  B.S.,  1934  (February) 

Abel  Aaron  Hanson,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930  (October) 
Albert  Allen  Holmes,  A.B.,  Carthage  College,  1923  (October) 
Jean  Jay  Jones,  B.S.,  1933  (October) 
James  Frederick  Karber,  B.S.,  1931   (August) 

George  Young  King,  B.S.,  University  of  Southern  California,  1930   (August) 
Ferne  Viola  Kuhlemeyer,  A.B.,  1925   (August) 
LeRoy  Long,  B.S.,  1933   (October) 
Joseph  Lee  McAdam,  B.S.,  1932  (October) 
Wayne  Edward  McCleery,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 
Harold  Everett  Maurer,  A.B.,  Bluffton  College,  1934  (October) 
Frank  Ewers  Moore,  Ph.B.,  Des  Moines  College,  1910  (October) 
Harold  Gillfillan  Moore,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1926  (October) 
Harry  Aloysius  Pacatte,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1929 

(October) 
James  Earl  Patton,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930  (February) 
Floyd   Otho   Prout,    B.Ed.,    Southern   Illinois    State   Normal   University,    1931 

(August) 
Ercell  Vance  Purnell,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1927 

(February) 
Walter  Henry  Smith,  B.S.,  1929  (August) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  43 

Newton    C.    Stone,    B.Ed.,    Southern    Illinois    State    Normal    University,    1934 

(August) 
James  Talbott,  B.S.,   1919   (October) 
Beryl  Shenk  Taylor,  B.S.,  1932  (February) 
HoYT  Brooks  Terrell,  B.S.,  Earlham  College,  1925   (August) 
Lena  Z^Iae  Van  Etten,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930  (August) 
John  Harold  \^oshall,  B.Ed.,  Western   Illinois   State  Teachers   College,   1929 

(August) 
Jefferson   Lynn   Wilson,    B.Ed.,    Southern    Illinois   State    Normal   University, 

1927    (August) 
Louis  Anton  Wright,  B.S.,  1934  (February) 
Stella  May  Yackle,  B.S.,  1930  (August) 

In  Electrical  Engineering 

William  Childs  Curtis,  B.S.,  1934  (October) 
William  Wright  Hinshaw,  B.S.,  1933  (February) 
Marion  Whitfield  Woodruff,   B.S.,   1930    (October) 

In  Entomology 
James  Everett  Bussart,  B.S.,  1926   (October) 

In  Geology 
W^illiam  Stokes  McCabe,  B.S.,  1934  (October) 

In  Library  Science 

Flora  Eckert,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Texas,  1927,  1931   (October) 
Alexander  Moffit,  B.S.,  University  of  Iowa,  1926;  B.S.,  1931   (October) 

In  Mathematics 
Roger  Whitney  Coble,  A.B.,  1934  (October) 
Pal-l  Richard  Halmos,   B.S.,   1934    (October) 

Homer  Albert  Maxey,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1929  (August) 
Paul  Leslie  Spencer,  B.S.,  1931   (August) 

In  Physics 

Adam  Clarke  Beiler,  B.S.,  Allegheny  College,  1933   (February) 

Harry  Buford   Bridges,   B.S.,   Southeastern   Missouri   State   Teachers   College, 

1931    (October) 
Ralph  Bernard  Howard,  A.B.,  Wabash  College,  1929  (October) 
Charles    Randolph    Marsh,    B.Ed.,    Illinois    State    Normal    University,    1934 

(August) 
Charles  Sheldon  Sharp,  B.S.,  McKendree  College,  1932  (August) 

In  Theoretical  and  Applied  Mechanics 
Ronald  Nathan  Arnold,  B.S.,  Glasgow  University,  1932  (February) 

In  Zoology 

Truman     Linden  Chiles,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1927   (February) 

Charles  Roscoe  Evans,  B.S.,  Monmouth  College,  1928  (October) 

William  George  Edward  Lathrop,  A.B.,  1934   (October) 

Louise  Plaster,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 

Walter  Merritt  Scruggs,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1928 

(August) 
Wade    Alexander    Steel,    B.Ed.,    Western    Illinois    State    Teachers    College, 

1930   (October) 


44 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 


The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Florence  Irene  Adams  (February) 
John  Mueller  Anderson,  with  High 

Honors   in   Philosophy    (August) 
Ruth  Carol  Bauersfeld  (February) 
WiLMA  Irene  Beane  (February) 
Paul  Leland  Beem  (August) 
Walter  Carl  Bentrup  (August) 
Virginia  Ann  Brubaker  (February) 
Robert  Hatch  Brunsman,  with 

Honors  in  Political  Science 

(February) 
Redmond  Ambrose  Burke  (February) 
Mary  Frances  Rose  Burnham 

(February) 
Ruth  Elizabeth  Campbell 

(February) 
George  Whitham  Carlin  (October) 
Paul  John  Cooke,  with  Honors  in 

English  (February) 
John  Alvin  Corrington    (February) 
Merlin  Gwinn  Cox  (August) 
Elinor  Taylor  Davis  (October) 
Beatrice  Ada  Densmore  (February) 
Arthur  Chase  Dix  (October) 
Maude  May   Dolan,  with  Honors  in 

English  (October) 
Francis  James  Duffy  (February) 
Harry  Walter  Durand  (August) 
Bernice  Brinkema  Ennis   (February) 
Florence  Gethner  (October) 
Frieda  Gollin  (August) 
Maximino  Bernardo  de  Guzman 

(February) 
Audrey  Adrienne  Hoffman 

(February) 
Harry  David  Holt  (February) 
William  Howard  Howell   (October) 
Edward  Leonard  Jarl,  Jr. 

(February) 
Helen  Carolyn  Jilek  (February) 
Virginia  Elizabeth  Johnson 

(February) 
Donald  Howell  Keil  (August) 
Mary  Graham  Kervey  (February) 
Mary  Josephine  Kientzle 

(February) 
August  Beltzner  King  (October) 
Erland  Lannerud   (February) 
Samuel  Houston  Lay   (February) 


Frances  Laile  Leavitt   (February) 
Ruth  Elizabeth  Leydig   (October) 
Golden  A.  McConnell  (October) 
John  Williams  McHarry,  Jr. 

(October) 
John  Stanley  McVickar  (August) 
Bernard  George  Maxwell  (February) 
Clement  Sterling  Mokstad 

(February) 
Natalie  Eliza  Murray   (February) 
Benny  Naurich  (February) 
Sarah  Chever  Oliver  (August) 
Robert  Leonard  Paleias   (August) 
Darrell  Adams  Parker,  with  Honors 

in  History  (August) 
George  Parucka  (October) 
Catherine  Angela  Pepin  (February) 
William  George  Potstock  (February) 
Grace  Gertrude  Presler  (August) 
Lewis  James  Rossiter  (October) 
Stella  Marie  Salveson  (October) 
MuRRiLL  David  Sanders,  with  Honors 

in  English   (February) 
Bruce  Raymond  Schouten  (October) 
Ruth  Hulda  Schrenk  (February) 
Jesse  Washington  Shaw  (August) 
Marion  Rives  Shutzbaugh 

(October) 
Donald  Henry  Smale  (February) 
Marjorie  Charleen  Smith  (October) 
Ruth  Elizabeth  Smith   (August) 
John  Kelley  Snook   (October) 
Mary  E.  Stander  (February) 
Jim  Elmer  Stiehl  (February) 
William  Allen  Summers  (October) 
Eugene  Emanuel  Tappero  (October) 
Lawrence  Edward  Tex  (February) 
John  Edwin  Tobie  (October) 
Cecil  Herman  Van  Etten  (October) 
Edward  John  Van  Loon   (February) 
Lester  A'Iiller  Van  Tress  (October) 
Laura  Mary  Ventresca   (February) 
Carl  John  Weinman,  with  Honors  in 

Entomology  (February) 
Guy  Rpiodes  Williams  (February) 
Gene  Willis  (February) 
Evelyn  Louise  Wood   (February) 
Evelyn  Mae  Wrede  (February) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  45 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

HoBART  Lawrence  Boyd  (August)  William  Robert  McClellan,  with 
Richard  James  Christman  High  Honors  in  Chemistry 

(February)  (February) 

Louis  Julius  Craig  (August)  James  Kenneth  Milligan  (October) 

Catherine  Denkmann  Hauberg  Lila  Gene  Sherritt   (October) 

(February)  Dorothy  M.  Sutherland  (February) 

Charles  F.  Holman  (August)  Charles  Dickson  Trombold 

(February) 

In  Chemical  Engineering 

Harrison  Charles  Blankmeyer  Lyle  William  Papendick 

(February)  (February) 

Lloyd  Emil  Dimond  (February)  Robert  Allison  Wynes  (October) 

Austin  Frederick  Fanckboner 

(August) 

In  Chemistry 

Vincent  Frank  Balaty  (October)  Kenneth  Leonard  Olson   (October) 

Donald  Charles  Isted  (February)  Arthur  Allen  Warford  (October) 


The  College  of  Commerce  and  Business 
Administration 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Accountancy 

Herbert  Methven  Barton  Walter  Robert  McKeag  (February) 

(February)  Ellis  Lowell  Miller  (February) 

Samuel  Harry  Berger  (October)  AIax  Raphael  Pekarsky  (February) 

Kenneth  Camden  (October)  Clarke  LeRoy  Shabino,  with  Honors 
Louis  Edward   Darscheid    (August)  in  Accountancy  (February) 

Helen  Janet  Harman  (August)  Charles  Shauger  (February) 
Edward  Henry  Kann  (August) 

In  Banking  and  Finance 

Roland  Brelsford  Douglass  Frederick  Lane  Miller,  with  High 

(October)  Honors  (August) 

Robert   Dale   Ferguson    (February)  William  Joseph  Schlatter,  with 
INIarlin  Haas  (October)  Honors   (October) 

Harold  Hershy  Jacobs  (February)  James  Nelson  Speer  (February) 

In  Commerce  and  Law 

Paul  Alexander  Altier   (October)  Robert  Holland  Chase  (February) 

John  Barr  (October)  George  Robert  Gauen  (October) 

Bernard  Benedetto  (February)  James  Allen  Powers  (October) 
Hervey  Edward  Benson   (February) 

In  Foreign  Commerce 
Andrew  Ernst  Helwig   (August) 


46  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

In  General  Business 

Carlton  Jervis  Aydelotte  John  Henry  Logli  (October) 

(February)  Thomas  Joseph  McMurry   (August) 

Kenneth  Gilbert  Baldwin   (August)  John  Carr  Maulding  (August) 

Edwin  Gene  Berbaum   (February)  John  William  Hodson  Readey 
George  Wesley  Braun  (October)  (October) 

Charles  Albert  Chester  (October)  Carl  Herman  Rieger  (October) 

Martha  Dean   (August)  Frederick  Culbertson  Rueckert 
Orville  Ward  Eldred   (February)  (October) 

George  Albert  Erbeck  (October)  Lillian  Ann  Saltzman  (August) 

Raymond  Finfgeld   (February)  Edward  Schaefer  (February) 

RoYCE  Herbert  Foley  (February)  Howard  Edgar  Sears  (August) 

George  Rudolph  Frederick  Lawrence  August  Sticker 

(February)  (February) 

Allen  Dwight  Fullerton  (February)  Paul  James  Van  Gilder  (October) 

Carl  Henry  Grahl  (October)  Clarence  Vroegindewey   (February) 

John  Janovic,  Jr.  (February)  Isaac  Newton  Walker  (February) 

In  Industrial  Administration 

Robert  Herman  Beckman   (August)        Clarence  Robert  Plankenhorn 
Hugh  Thompson  Bundy   (February)  (February) 

Richard  Harry  Luders    (February) 

The  College  of  Engineering 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Ceramic  Engineering 
Jack  Cash  Bell  (February)  Cecil  Kenneth  Keller  (February) 

In  Ceramics 
William  Stuart  Debenham 
(October) 

In  Civil  Engineering 

RizAL  Donalbo  Abrina  (February)  Anthony  Rogers,  Jr.  (October) 

David  William  Chase  (October)  Jewell  Howard  Stephenson 
Wilson  Lamoreaux  Dornaus  (February) 

(February)  Edward  Raymond  True  (October) 
Andrew  Vern  Plummer   (February) 

In  Electrical  Engineering 

Morgan  L.  Edwards,  Jr.  (February)         Leslie  Arthur  Reinking   (February) 
Henry  William  Keller  (October)  Donald  Paul  Zochert  (February) 

John  Allen  McDorman  (October) 

In  Engineering  Physics 
Ralph   Emerson   Turner    (February) 

In  General  Engineering 
Douglas  McGinty  (October) 

In  Mechanical  Engineering 

George  Adrian  Collins,  Jr.  Frank  Blake  Foster,  with  Honors 

(February)  (February) 

Paul  Przemyslaw  Ficnerski  Paul  Gallagher  (February) 

(October)  Armando  Carlos  Tejada,  U. 
Thomas  Ferguson  Fleming  (October)  (February) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 


47 


The  College  of  Agriculture 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Agriculture 


Edward  Joseph  Barnes    (February) 
Herman  Marion  Davis  (February) 
Merritt  Eugene  Doneghue 

(February) 
Earl  Francis  Elson   (February) 
Hubert  Just  Fombelle  (February) 
Benjamin  Burnham  Harrison 

(February) 
Richard  Patterson  Hartman,  with 

Honors  (February) 
Robert  Ward  Hughes,  with  Honors 

(February) 
Howard  Stephen  Hussey  (February) 
Kenneth  Joe  Johnson   (February) 
Cyril  Rodes  Laffoon  (February) 
Myron  William  Langhorts 

(October) 
Earl  AIelvin  Lutz   (February) 
Bert  Merlyn  McKee  (February) 
James  W.  Meridith  (October) 


William  Carroll  Mummert 

(February) 
Paul  Lewis  Poirot,  with  High 

Honors  (February) 
Paul  Whitehead  Reddish 

(February) 
Charles  Richard  Sayre  (October) 
Cletius  Steed   (October) 
John  Arnold  Stratton  (February) 
Philip  William  Struble   (February) 
Richard  Stephen  Vaninger 

(February) 
Gayle  Eugene  Whittaker 

(February) 
Walter  Joe  Wills,  with  High  Honors 

(February) 
William  Harold  Witt  (October) 
Vernon  Leslie  Wolland    (February) 
Edward  Fletcher  Woodmansee 

(February) 


In  Home  Economics 


Alice  Halene  Dunn  (October) 
Eva  AIae  Gillespie  (October) 
Alma  Maude  Moore  (October) 
Leona  Maxine  Mummert  (February) 
Margaret  Eloyse  Vance   (October) 


Leone  Allen  Waddell   (February) 
Lela  Estelin  Watts   (February) 
Katharine  Augusta  White,  with 

Honors  (October) 
Mary  Ellen  Wilbraham   (February) 


The  College  of  Education 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Education 


Louise  Allen  (October) 
Geneva  Lorraine  Barker  (August) 
Opal  Addie  Baskin    (February) 
Ebba  Eleanor  Berg   (October) 
Betty  Lou  Bills  (February) 
Victoria  Elizabeth  Bostic  (October) 
Cornelia  Blum  (October) 
Pearl  Clara  Buzy   (February) 
Helen  Catherine  Gallery  (October) 
Virginia  Dow  Casto  (February) 
Yolande  Elwood  Clevenger 

(February) 
Katherine  Colyer  (October) 
Evelyn  Lucille  Curtis  (October) 
Jeanne  Marie  Cutler   (February) 
Otis  Dante    (February) 
James  Robertson  Demorest 

(February) 
Helen  Elizabeth  Duppe  (August) 


Norma  Estelle  Eirich  (August) 
Helen  Blondelle  Eldridge  (October) 
Mary  Domonica  Fanti  (August) 
Lajoie  Jessie  Foulk  (October) 
Maurice  Harold  Friedman 

(February) 
Ross  Wayne  Gates    (October) 
Francis  William  Graham   (October) 
Steve  George  Grohar  (February) 
Aleen  Elizabeth  Hahn  (August) 
Marien  Ellen  Harmison   (February) 
Charles  Frederick  Hennecke 

(February) 
Vivian  Seeley  Helmer  (February) 
Everett  Arthur  Hill   (October) 
Chester  LaVerne  Holstrum 

(February) 
Claude  Lester  Howell  (February) 
Coral  Maurine  Jury  (February) 


48  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

EiMEi  Kato  (February)  Jeannette  Naomi  Shaff  (October) 

Marguerite    Neely    Kirkling  Mary  Winifred  Skinner,  with  Honors 

(October)  in  Art    (February) 

Celia  Elfrieda  Koelmel  (August)  Pauline  Mildred  Slepicka 
Helen  Margaret  Lantz   (February)  (February) 

Edith  Etta  Lason  (February)  Amelia  Eleanor  Smith  (February) 

Eugene  George  Laughery  (February)  Jesse  Euphelia  Smith  (August) 

Martha  Virginia  Law   (February)  Katherine  Elizabeth  Stapp 
Maurice  Noyes  Lawler    (February)  (October) 

Dorothy  Juanita  Lindley  (August)  Janet  McCure  Strong  (August) 

Elinor  Lourie  (October)  Lloyd  Raymond  Swengel  (October) 

Dorothy  R.   McReynolds  McClure  Homer  Manford  Tabor   (October) 

(October)  Harold  Teitelbaum  (February) 

Lizzie  Lamport  McReynolds  Frances  Joan  Thurston  (February) 

(February)  James  Albert  Tomlinson   (October) 

Catherine  Elizabeth  Martin  John  Toncoff  (February) 

(February)  Lee  Richard  Vincent  (August) 

Geneva  Carolyn  Mathis  (February)  Olive  Eloise  Walker  (October) 

Elma  Mathilda  Meyer  (August)  William  Howell  Waller  (February) 

Lucille  Elizabeth  Mieher  (October)  Helen  Margaret  Wasson  (February) 

Eleanor  Barbara  Monnix  (February)  Doyel   Pritchett   Wendell 
John  Wesley  Neher  (October)  (February) 

EsTELLE  Anita  Rapaport  (October)  James  Barrow  White   (October) 

Virginia    Eloise    Rech    (February)  Henry  Wiederhold   (February) 

Bess  Mabel  Saddoris  (October)  Julius  Francis  Wiese  (February) 
Kathryn  Margaret  Sellers 

(October) 

In  Home  Economics  Education 

Anna  Katherine  von  Almen  Barbara  Lucille  Richards  (August) 
(February) 

In  Industrial  Education 

Edwin  Earl  Long  (August)  Ronald   Charles  Shafer   (February) 


The  College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Architecture 

Harold  Hillard  Crost  (February)  Max  Otto  Urbahn  (February) 

Albert  Meyer  Goedde  (February)  Nathan  Wilkinson,  Jr.  (October) 

Thomas  Fredrick  Steigelman 
(October) 

In  Public  School  Music 
Ruth  Louise  Elliott  (August)  Judith  Finkel   (February) 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Fine  Arts 

In  Painting 
Betty  Janet  Smith  (August) 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Music 

Neva  Pearl  Gloyd  (August)  William  Robert  King  (August) 

Harold  Adams  Johnson  (August)  Ann  Russell  Young  (February) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  49 

The  College  of  Law 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Laws 

William    Sheppard   Angell,    A.B.,  William  Leslie  Naftzger,  A.B., 

Knox  College,  1931   (October)  DePauw  University,   1931 

Caslon  Kent  Bennett,  B.S.,  1933  (February) 

(February)  Robert  Gilchrist  Ottesen,  B.S.,  1930 
Harold  Samuel  Dawson,  B.S.,   1931  (August) 

(February)  John  Louis  Poole,  B.S.,  1930  (August) 

William  Jackson  Gilliland,  A.B.,  Alfred  Harry  Reichman,  A.B.,   1934 

1934    (February)  (February) 

Herbert  (Grossman,  A.B.,  1933  Milton  Emanuel  Reingold,  B.S.,  1932 

(October)  (February) 

NoRVAL  Douglas  Hodges    (February)  Paul  Thornton  Riggle,  A.B.,  1933 
Warren  Jefferson  Lewis,  A.B.,  1934  (August) 

(February)  John  Frederic  Robinson,  A.B.,  1933 
Robert  Hendren  McCarthy,  A.B.,  (February) 

Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  Carl  Dallas  Sneed,  A.B.,  1933 

1932   (October)  (February) 

Lowell  Roy  McConnell,  B.S.,  1934  William  Lee  Springer,  A.B.,  DePauw 

(August)  University,   1931    (August) 

Louis  Lynn  Mason,  A.B.,  1934  John  William  Suddes  (February) 

(August)  Harold  Tucker   (February) 

James  Leopold  Waring,  A.B.,  1933 
(February) 

The  School  of  Journalism 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Journalism 

Arthur  Eugene  Blackstone,  Jr.  Vera  Rose  Kriz  (October) 

(August)  Maurice  Arthur  Melfarb  (February) 

Robert  Louis  Foster  (August)  Dorothy  Ann  Turnquist  (August) 

John  Patrick  Hanafin  (August)  Virden  Renne  Waters  (August) 
Maxine  Mildred  Jackson  (February) 

The  School  of  Physical  Education 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Physical  Education 
Rebecca  Anne  Lydy  (October) 

The  Library  School 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Library  Science 

Eva  Faye  Benton,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1929,  AIarie  Campbell  Friedline,  A.B.,  Coe 
1934   (August)  College,  1933  (October) 

Glendola  Maurlne  Collins,  A.B.,  Rose  AIcGlennon,  B.S.,  University  of 
Butler  University,   1934   (August)  Minnesota,  1924  (August) 


50  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

The  College  of  Medicine 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Medicine 

J.  Joseph  Align   (October)  Henry  Bernard  Goldt  (February) 

John  Dempsie  Boland  (February)  John  Richard  Heaton    (February) 

Bruce  Morgan  Brown  (October)  Meyer  Walter  Kobrinsky  (October) 

Harry  Louis  Deutsch   (October)  Milton  Lerner  (February) 

Theodore  Jacob  Dulin    (February)  Joseph  Milton  Levenson   (October) 

Katherine  Duncan    (February)  Philip  Milton  Marcus  (February) 

Lester  H.  Eisendorf  (October)  Paul  Joseph   O'Neill    (February) 

Raymond  K.  Elliott  (October)  Louis  Judea  Perlmutter    (October) 

Everett  George  Falconer  (February)  Paul  Quayle  Peterson  (October) 

Robert  Vernon  Ferrell   (February)  Vladimir  Christov  Svetanov 
Franz  Karl  Fleischli  (October)  (October) 

Robert  George  Fox    (October)  James  Bruce  Waller   (October) 
William  Oilman  (October) 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Medicine 

Robert  Friedenberg    (October) 

The  Certificate  in  Medicine 

Gerson  Faden,  A.B.   (June  28,  1935) 
Jacob  Francis  Hahn,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 
Garland  Uriah  Jamison,  A.B.   (March  20,  1936) 
Benjamin  Bernard  Rosen  (September  i,  1935) 
William  Henry  Kaeiser  (June  26,  1935) 

The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Medicine 

George  Henry  Agate,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

Joseph  Albaum,  B.S.  (December  8,  1935) 

Elmer  Arnold  Albers,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Glen  C.  Andersen,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Edward  Ragnar  Anderson,  B.S.  (September  30,  1935) 

Julius  Aronow,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

Abraham  Aronson,  B.S.  (June  15,  1935) 

Edwin  Francis  Baker  (July  i,  1935) 

Norman  Ludlow  Baker,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Eli  Bard,  B.S.   (December  31,  1935) 

George  William  Itzweire  Bard,  B.S.  (December  31,  1935) 

Edward  Stuart  Baxter,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

Alfred  Paul  Bay,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Paul  Lincoln  Bedinger,  A.B.,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Myron  Clyde  Benford,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Max  Berg,  B.S.   (September  30,  1935) 

Irving  Berger  (December  31,  1935) 

Maxwell  Robert  Bernstein,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

Charles  Arthur  Billings,  A.B.  (July  i,  1935) 

Melvin  Frank  Otto  Blaurock,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

Edward  Vincent  Boarini,  Ph.C.   (July  i,  1935) 

Willis  Julian  Bogue,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

Edward  J.  Bomze,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Chester  Dale  Bradley  (June  23,  1935) 

Myer  Freeman  Brodkin,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

Charles  Edward  Brown  (July  i,  1935) 

David  Joseph  Brown,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Earl  Clifford  Bucher,  A.B.,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

George  Hickman  Burkhart  (July  i,  1935) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  51 

Herschel  Smith  Burns,  A.B.,  M.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Richard  Thomas  Calosio,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Robert  Raphael  Citron,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

William  Anthony  Clarke  (July  i,  1935) 

Sidney  Sol  Cohen,  B.S.  (June  25,  1935) 

Morton  Irving  Cole  (July  i,  1935) 

Arthur  Edwin  Cooper  (July  i,  1935) 

Robert  Paul  Coseglia,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

Harry  Myer  Crystal,  B.S.  (June  15,  1935) 

Frank  Benson  Deardorff,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Harry  Carroll  DeBourcy,  A.B.   (July  i,  1935) 

Edward  E.  DeLong  (July  i,  1935) 

Lucius  Matlock  Dillman,  B.S.,  M.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Benjamin  Burt  Elster,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Maurice  Graziano  Farinacci,  B.S.  (February  i,  1936) 

Samuel  Harold  Feinhandler,  B.S.,  with  Honors  (September  30,  1935) 

Marshall  Louis  Fisher,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

Morris  E.  Fox  (September  30,  1935) 

Vincent  Freda,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

John  Joseph  Freeman,  B.S.   (June  9,  1935) 

John  William  Fricke  (December  31,  1935) 

Leon  Thomas  Fruin,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Willard  Wilson  Fullerton,  A.B.,  B.S.  (June  15,  1935) 

AvisoN  Gano  (July  i,  1935) 

William  Gernon,  B.S.  (December  31,  1935) 

Robert  Wagner  Glenn  (July  i,  1935) 

Hyman  Harry  Goldstein,  B.S.  (September  30,  1935) 

Hyman  Samson  Gordon,  B.S.  (June  9,  1935) 

Frank  Bernard  Green   (July  i,  1935) 

Henry  Arthur  Grennan,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Joseph  Goddard  Gustafson,  B.S.  (June  15,  1935) 

Laurie  John  Hakala  (June  25,  1935) 

Henry  Russell  Hall,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Henry  Arnold  Hanelin  (September  30,  1935) 

Jesse  Freeland  Harrold  (July  i,  1935) 

Kyle  Chester  Hawkins,  B.S.  (November  22,  1935) 

Noel  John  Hershey,  A.B.,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

William  Hoffstadter,  B.S.   (September  30,  1935) 

Clarence  P.  Holoffe,  B.S.   (June  22,  1935) 

Theodore  Holstein,  B.S.   (December  31,  1935) 

Louis  Alois  Holub,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

John  Francis  Huffman,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

Jerome  Jacob  Hurwich,  M.S.  (September  30,  1935) 

Maurice  Bernard  Jacobs,  B.S.   (December  31,  1935) 

Herman  Roy  Johnson  (July  i,  1935) 

Titus  Maurice  Johnson,  A.B.,  B.S.,  M.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Harold  Kahn,  M.S.   (December  31,  1935) 

Seymour  Pass  Kaiz  (December  31,  1935) 

Benjamin  Kaplan  (July  i,  1935) 

Maurice  Kaplan,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Charles  Grovenor  Keigwin,  B.S.  (September  30,  1935) 

David  Kleiman,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

John  Louis  Koza  (June  9,  1935) 

Robert  Eugene  Kraft,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Irving  Krakower,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Frank  Henry  Kuczewski  (July  i,  1935) 

Mitchell  Edward  Langner  (July  i,  1935) 

MoREY  Lapin,  A.B.,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

Irving  Harold  Lederman,  AI.S.   (June  25,  1935) 

Carl  James  Lehwald,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

Robert  George  Lemon,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

3.I1LTON  Levine,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 


$2 Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

William  Forrester  Maley,  A.B.,  B.S.  (June  9,  1935) 

Glenn  Robert  Marshall,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Robert  Edgar  Martin  (July  i,  1935) 

John  Haley  Mathis,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Harold  O.  Meisenheimer  (July  i,  1935) 

Wilbur  June  Menke,  Jr.,  A.B.,  B.S.  (October  i,  1935) 

Walter  Ulysses  Miller,  A.B.,  M.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

William  Dean  Mohlenbrock  (July  i,  1935) 

IvA  Glene  Murphy,  A.B.,  with  Honors  (July  22,  1935) 

Mitchell  Joseph  Nechtow,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

Thomas  Finn  Nelson,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Harry  Hyman  Nierenberg,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Paul  James  O'Brien,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

William  Ocasek,  Jr.  (July  i,  1935) 

William  Frederick  Oehler  (July  i,  1935) 

Henry  Bernard  Okner,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

James  Emmett  O'Malley,  B.S.,  M.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Forest  Caleb  Parker  (July  i,  1935) 

Ben  Pass  (December  31,  1935) 

Alfred  Lionel  Piser,  B.S.  (June  9,  1935) 

Marie  Bepko  Puumala,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Irving  Bernard  Richter,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Bert  Rightman  (June  22,  1935) 

William  Victor  Roberson,  B.S.  (October  i,  1935) 

Brockway  Roberts,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Ralph  Eugene  Rosen,  B.S.  (December  31,  1935) 

David  Rosenbloom,  B.S.,  M.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

Henry  Carl  Rosenstiel,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

John  Bernard  Roth,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

Charles  Francis  Rov^^,  A.B.,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

Milton  Morris  Scheffler,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Joseph  G.  Schoolman,  A.B.  (June  15,  1935) 

Harry  Schultz,  B.S.  (September  30,  1935) 

Harry  Robert  Schwartz,  B.S.,  with  Honors  (July  i,  1935) 

John  Chapell  Scully,  B.S.  (September  30,  1935) 

Ralph  Millard  Seaton  (December  10,  1935) 

Robert  Mayr  Shagam,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Harold  Louis  Shinall,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Martha  Frances  Simon  (July  i,  1935) 

Albert  H.  Slepyan,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

Anton  Smerz,  B.S.,  with  Honors  (July  i,  1935) 

Leroy  Thomas  Telford  (March  15,  1936) 

Clyde  Oral  Thomas   (July  i,  1935) 

Philip  Gordon  Thomsen  (July  i,  1935) 

Alex  Sol  Tulsky,  B.S.,  with  Honors  (July  i,  1935) 

Leonard  Wachs,  B.S.   (July  i,  1935) 

David  Victor  Wachsman  (October  31,  1935) 

Julius  Weinberg  (June  10,  1935) 

Edward  H.  Weis  (July  i,  1935) 

Robert  E.  Widerborg  (September  30,  1935) 

John  Paul  Winn,  B.S.  (July  i,  1935) 

Carlton  Emil  Wittenberg,  B.S.  (June  18,  1935) 

Warren  William  Young  (July  i,  1935) 

Walter  Jacob  Zeiter,  B.S.  (June  15,  1935) 


The  College  of  Dentistry 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Dentistry 
Caesar  Richard  Ruggieri  (February) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  53 

The  College  of  Pharmacy 
The  Degree  of  Pharmaceutical  Chemist 

Alfred  Catelani  (February)  Edward  Thomas  Grams   (February) 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Pharmacy 

Sister  Hiltrudis  Chlebik  (February)       Sister  Ev arista  Higgins  (February) 

The  Graduate  School 

(DEGREES  CONFERRED  IN  CHICAGO) 

The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 

In  Physiology 

Howard  Chester  Peters,  B.S.,  Northwestern  University,  1932.   A  study  of  fac- 
tors influencing  the  energy  metabolism  of  the  mamalian  heart.    (February) 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Psychology 

Margaret  Tedrick  Davidson,  A.B.,  1933  (October) 
Raymond  Edward  Scharpen,  A.B.,  1932   (February) 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Bacteriology 
Herman  Charles  Mason,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1932  (February) 

In  Juvenile  Behavior 
Augusta  True  Jameson,  A.B.,  Ohio  Wesleyan  University,  1926  (October) 

In  Orthodontia 

Gerald  Thomas   Milliette,   B.S.,  University  of   Dayton,    1930;    D.D.S.,   Mar- 
quette University,   1931    (February) 

In  Pathology 
Elmer  Joseph  Kocour,  B.S.,  M.D.,  1930,  1933   (February) 

In  Physiology 
Solomon  Carl  Werch,  B.S.,  193 1 ;  M.D.,  1934  (February) 

In  Psychiatry 

Samlt:l  B.  Broder,  A.B.,  University  of  Pennsylvania,  1926;  M.D.,  Rush  Medi- 
cal School,  1933    (February) 


Military  Commissions 

Second  Lieutenants,  Officers'  Reserve  Corps,  United  States  Army 
Presented  in  May,  ips6 


Field  Artillery 


Gale  Benton  Aydelotte* 
Clark  Allison  Bailey* 
George  Dallas  Barnes* 
Allan  Jennings  Barney 
Paul  James  Bidle 
WiLLARD  Herbert  Bixby 
Wallace  Fr.a.ncis  Bowen* 
John  Clinton  Brogan* 
John  Leo  Brown 
Otis  Barton  Brown* 
William  Edward  Brubaker,  Jr. 
Leo  Burdzeus 

Robert  Christian  Canaday* 
Kenneth  Eugene  Carpenter* 
Roman  Bernard  Dahmus* 
Robert  Miller  Derrough* 
Don  William  Dixon* 
William  Herbert  Farrimond 
DoN.\LD  Edward  Glassco* 
Elton  Evtritt  Hill 
John  Edward  Irland* 
Theodore  Kiersch 
DoNAN  Charles  Kirley* 
Ivan  Darrel  Kovacic* 


William  Hammond  Allen* 
John  Denholm  Amerman 
Harold  George  Bauman 
Gale  Cosart  Corley* 
Noble  Richard  Duncan 
Herbert  Louis  Frank* 
Michael  Robert  Galland* 
Edwin  Russell  Hodges* 
Lawrence  Norman  Jensen 
Joseph  Moody  Johnson* 
John  Greene  Junius* 
Edwin  Allan  Kitch* 
Charles  James  Larson* 
Lloyd  Leslie  McDaniel 
Richard  Dale  ALa.nsfield* 
Herman  Monroe  Marlow* 
Ray  Arthur  Masek* 
Don  Vincent  AIaxfield* 
Dixon  Doughty  Moorhead* 


Winston  Edward  Black* 
John  Keenen  Brinkerhoff* 
Samuel  Nick  Daniels 


Harauld  Dean  Langham* 
Robert  Lee  McDonald* 
Joseph  Edward  Mann* 
Robert  Hughs  Moats* 
Leonard  Kaden  Nitz 
Robert  Worth  Rhinehart 
Ralph  Arnold  Ruud* 
Robert  Reid  Scaife* 
Harold  Albert  Schwartz 
Charles  William  Smith* 
Bert  Philo  Snow* 
Steven  Frank  Steib* 
Paul  Tyler  Talbott* 
Kenneth  Lewis  Trefftzs* 
Don  Martin  Troll 
Stephen  Anthony  Ucherek 
Ellsworth  George  Van  Orman* 
Bruno  Joseph  Verbeck* 
William  Thomas  Vogt* 
Edgar  Franklin  Walborn 
Joseph  Anton  Wanderscheid 
Robert  Morse  Webber 
William  Anthony  Whitehouse 
Leonard  Henry  Ziehm* 

Cavalry 

Edgar  Louis  Moorman 
Durward  Joaquin  Paddock* 
George  Francis  Pawling 
Kermit  Melvin  Pennington* 
Robert  David  Poole 
Chalmer  Morgan  Price* 
Jay  Robert  Prillaman* 
Albert  Reich  mann,  Jr.* 
Joe  Howard  Serkowich* 
Maurice  Johnson  Shroyer 
Keith  Skinner  Smith* 
Max  Donald  Snider* 
William  Emerson  Spence* 
Lowell  Albert  Spires* 
William  Phillips  Talbot* 
William  Robert  Watson* 
Grable  Barceleaux  Weber,  Jr. 
Charles  Joseph  Zaloudek* 

Engineers 

Richard  Arnot  Duncan* 
Clifton  Wayne  Gano* 
Fred  Carl  Heinig* 


'Recommended  for  Commissions  as  Brevet  Captains  in  the  Illinois  National  Guard. 


55 


56 


Military  Commissions 


William  Edward  Hendricksen* 
James  William  Herrington* 
Harry  Lester  Hyndman,  Jr. 
Robert  James  Johnson* 
Paul  Joseph  Kunzer* 
Ralph  Guy  La  Baw* 
Marcus  Westerfeld  Levy* 
Valentine  Benedict  McGowan* 
Lyman  Maurice  Moore* 
Robert  Willard  Pachaly* 
Clarence  Andrew  Pippin* 


William  Clarence  Pittman* 
Carey  Lee  Pruitt* 
William  George  Reynolds 
Warren  Robert  Richardson 
Alexander  Sharav* 
Charles  Monroe  Slaymaker 
Charles  Joseph  Smittkamp* 
LuDwiG  Theodore  Stoyke* 
Everette  Michael  Volle* 
Lewis  Clarence  Wilcox* 


Coast  Artillery 


George  Berdine  Brown* 
Robert  Hatch  Brunsman 
Norman  Richard  Carson 
Charles  Wilbur  Casey* 
John  Cerutti* 
Gillard  Donald  Dearlove* 
William  Frank  Debelak 
Edwin  William  Dietterle 
Fred  Edward  Dueker* 
Arthur  Edwin  Fisher* 
Earl  Lawrence  Greenwood* 


Joseph  Barney  Lanterman* 
Charles  Joseph  Lerner* 
Richard  Frederick  Lorenz* 
John  Carson  Lumbattis* 
William  Boyd  McKinstry,  Jr.* 
Harold  Vandersand  Martin* 
Homer  Eldridge  Montgomery* 
Harry  Kolb  Nagel* 
William  Delmar  Raddatz 
Richard  Stanley  Sheldon* 
Gordon  Gray  Warder 


Infantry 


Francis  William  Anderson* 

Arthur  Rutherford  Armstrong* 

James  Daniel  Benner* 

Howard  Joseph  Caquelin 

Andrew  Cherry* 

Kenneth  Theodore  Curfman 

Arthur  Ray  Gault 

RosARio  Anthony  Gaziano* 

Homer  Langdon  Hadley,  Jr. 

Glade  F.  Haist* 

Frank  Charles  Harrison* 


William  Burnell  Hinote 
Irwin  Raymond  Hoener* 
Milton  Wilkinson  Keach* 
Walter  Joseph  Matella 
Willard  Arends  Merle* 
MiLO  Calvin  Morgan* 
Joseph  Mark  Schumacher 
Robert  Joseph  Steiskal 
W.  Homer  Switzer 
William  Frederick  Wernle* 


Signal  Corps 


John  William  Bodnar* 
Paul  Gordon  Gray* 
Paul  Henry  Lanphier* 
Frank  Marion  Miramonti* 


Howard  Tames  Nagle* 
Evan  Eugene  Olm stead 
Edgar  August  Post* 


Frank  Joseph  Kolar* 


Chemical  Warfare 


Presented  in  February,  iq^6 


William  Francis  Caufield* 
Richard  James  Christman* 
Leland  Wayne  Cramer,  Jr.* 
William  Raymond  Crockett* 
Matthew  Peter  Dobrinic* 
Martin  John  Fischer* 
Miles  Edward  Hess* 


Howard  Harold  Heyman* 
Robert  Ward  Hughes* 
Wilhelm  Hinrich  Janssen* 
John  Carr  Maulding* 
Calvin  Frederick  Peters* 
William  George  Potstock* 
Alexander  Wallace  Wilson* 


^Recommended  for  Commissions  as  Brevet  Captains  in  the  Illinois  National  Guard. 


Prizes  and  Awards 


Colleges  and  Schools  at  Urbana 


Allerton  American  Traveling 
Scholarships  in  Architecture 
Robert  Bush  Little 
Donald  Ricker  Hodgson 

Alpha  Chi  Sigma  Plaque  in 
Chemistry 
Frederick  Albert  Yeoman 

Alpha  Rho  Chi  Medal  in 
Architecture 

RUDARD    ARTABAN    JoNES 

Alpha  Zeta  Cup  in  Agriculture 
Donald  Elmo  Larimore 

American  Institute  of  Architects 
Medal 
Arthur  Richard  Williams,  First 
Edward  Hale  Fairbank,  Second 

American  Legion  Medals 
George  Sterba,  Field  Artillery 
Thomas  Lee  Ridge,  Cavalry 
Kenneth  Carl  Anderson,  Coast 

Artillery 
Charles  Elmer  Wright,  Engineers 
Miles  Schmid  Duwe,  Infantry 
Joseph  Kenneth  Decker,  Signal 
Corps 

American  Society  of  Civil 
Engineers  Awards 

Central  Illinois  Section: 
Winston  Edward  Black 
RuDARD  Artaban  Jones 
William  Edward  Hendricksen 

Illinois  Section: 
James  Donald  Taylor 

Baker  Prizes  in  Civil  Engineering 
Robert  Crawford  Hieronymus, 

First 
Gordon  Lutz  Jeppesen,  Second 

Beta  Gamma  Sigma  Prize  in 
Commerce 
Robert  Henry  Weik 

Cavalry  Medal 
Dexter  Raymond  Barrett 


Chi  Omega  Prize  in  Sociology 
Mary  Ellen  Brown 

Thomas  Arkle  Clark  (Phi  Eta 
Sigma)  Scholarship  Prize 

William  Bertan  Katz 

Delta  Theta  Epsilon  Trophy  in 
Physical  Education 

John  James  Watt 

English  Poetry  Prize 

James  Louis  Jackson 

Field  Artillery  Trophies  (Connor 
Cups) 
James  Darwin  Lierman,  Freshman 
Roy  Wilson  Taylor,  Sophomore 
Harold  Winther  Busch,  Junior 

Gamma  Sigma  Delta  Prize  in 
Agriculture 
Donald  Francis  McMillen 

Guild  Memorial  Prize  in  Play- 
Writing 

Louis  Earl  Hartman 

Harker  Prizes  in  Law 

BoNiTA   Clara   Matthews    (Senior, 

1925) 
Hiram  Henry  Lesar  (Junior,  1935) 

Hazelton  Medals  in  Military 
Science 
Robert  Doyle  Shaffer,  First 
George  Dodge  Walraven,  Jr., 
Second 

Intercollegiate  Conference  Medal 
for  Excellence  in  Scholarship 
and  Athletics 
Arthur  Edwin  Fisher 

Iota  Sigma  Pi  Prize  in  Chemistry 

Ruth  Elizabeth  Sommer 
Lorraine  Woolley 

Kate  Neal  Kinley  Memorial 

Fellowship  in  the  Fine  Arts 
Stanley  Fletcher,  B.M.,  University 
of  Michigan,  1933 


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58 


Prizes  and  Awards 


Mu  Kappa  Alpha  Cup  in  Music 
Eleanor  Louise  Krughoff 

Omega  Beta  Pi  Prize  in  Pre- 
Medical  Work 
Louis  Emmerson  Ward 

Pershing  Rifles  Award 
Francis  Woodrow  Adams 

Phalanx  Awards 
Robert  Francis  Wallace,  Field 

Artillery 
Robert  Doyle  Shaffer,  Cavalry 
Ralph  Virgil  McCarthy,  Coast 

Artillery 
Robert  Neal  Schneblin,  Engineers 
Willis  Franklin  Lewis,  Infantry 
Maurice  Kilner  Carr,  Signal  Corps 

Phi  Beta  Kappa  Prize 
Richard  Coumains  Hall 

Phi  Chi  Theta  Key  in  Commerce 

Florence  Elizabeth  Booth 

Phi  Kappa  Phi  Graduate 
Scholarship 

WiLLARD    LeLAND    EcKHARDT,    B.S., 
1935 

Plym  Fellowship  in  Architecture 
Eugene  Ferdinand  Stoyke,  B.S., 
1935 

Plym  Foreign  Scholarship  in 
Architectural  Engineering 
Carl  John  Sterner,  B.S.,  1931 

Plym  Prizes  in  Architectural 
Engineering 
Walter  Leslie  Weaver,  Jr. 
Parke  Boyer 
Marcus  Westerfeld  Levy 

Plym  Prize  for  Sketch  Problems 
Bernard  Holmes  Bradley 

Plym  Prize  for  Summer  Sketches 
John  Vincent  Anderson 

Ricker  Prize  in  the  History  of 
Architecture 
Donald  Ricker  Hodgson,  First 
Bernard  Holmes  Bradley,  Second 
Robert  Bush  Little,  Third 


Ryerson  Fellowship  Competitors 

In  Architecture: 
James  Marion  Hunter 
Arthur  William  Hennighausen 

In  Landscape  Architecture: 
John  A.  C.  Schulte 
Frederic  McGeorge  Robinson 

Scarab  Medal  in  Architectural 
Engineering 
Fred  James  Kile 

Scarab  Medal  in  Architecture 
Robert  Bush  Little 

Scarab  Medal  in  Landscape 
Architecture 
Donald  Clayton  Geake 

Sigma  Delta  Chi  Scroll  and  Key 
for  Seniors  in  Journalism 
Paul  Leroy  Streit 
William  Phillips  Talbot 
Natalia  Maree  Belting 
Mary  Frances  Comer 
Elbert  LeRoy  Herron 
Mary  Jane  Leisenring 

Sigma  Delta  Kappa  Cup  in  Law 

Albert  Henry  Krusemark 

Signal  Corps  Medals  and  Insignia 

Kenneth  Mace  Gonseth,  Fr^j/tmon 
Stephen  Swayze  Doherty. 

Sophomore 
Edward  Hong,  Junior 

Thrift  Essay  Prize 

Kenneth  Lewis  Trefftzs 
Frederic  Edward  Lee,  Jr. 

University  Gold  Medal  in 
Military  Science 

Charles  Elmer  Wright,  First 
Harold  Everett  Goeke,  S,econd 

University  Landscape  Architec- 
ture Society  Prize 
Frederic  McGeorge  Robinson 

University  Landscape  Architec- 
ture Society  Prizes  for 
Summer  Sketches 
Frederic  McGeorge  Robinson,  First 
John  A.  C.  Schulte,  Second 


Prises  and  Awards 


59 


Colleges  in  Chicago 


Alpha  Omega  Alpha  Members  in 
the  Fourth-Year  Class  of  the 
College  of  Medicine 

Joseph  Peter  Cascino 

DuANE  Delbert  Darling 

Howard  Ellsworth  Dorton 

Jack  William  Grossman 

Allan  Bonner  Hirschtick 

Alfred  Joseph  Klein 

William  Philip  Kleitsch 

Herman  Boris  Lander 

Gilbert  George  Lapid 

Arthur  Bernard  Levan 

Samuel  Liebman 

Everett  J.  Olenick 

Harry  Segenreich 

John  Wallace  Stastny 

Samuel  L.  Antonow  Prize  in 
Pharmacy 
Dorothy  Helen  Hubler 

William  Beaumont  Prize  in 
Medicine 
Walter  John  Richard  Camp,  M.D., 
Ph.D. 

Herman  Elich  Prize  in  Chemistry 
Edward  John  Jaruszewski 

William  Gray  Prize  in  Pharmacy 
Robert  William  Elich 


Hodel-Saltiel-Hodel  Prize  in 
Pharmacy 

Constantine  George  Kolomatsky 

Omicron  Kappa  Upsilon  Mem- 
bership Awards  in  Dentistry 
Robert  Dane  Curtis,  B.S. 
Benjamin  Bernard  Shapiro,  B.S. 
Dewey  DeWitt  Jackson,  B.S. 

Lee  M.  Pedigo  Prize  in  Materia 
Medica 

Samuel  Sonshine 

Alice  E.  Pelikan  Prize  in  Materia 
Medica 
Walter  Joseph  Sharka,  Jr. 

Rho  Chi  Membership  Award  in 
Pharmacy 

Frank  Thomas  Maker 

Andrew  Scherer  Prize  in 
Pharmacy 
Elmer  Guenther  King 

Seminar  Prize  in  Dentistry 
Beoda  John  Prey,  B.S. 
Benjamin  Bernard  Shapiro,  B.S. 
Jacob  Cohen,  B.S. 

Sigma  Xi  Prize  in  Medicine 

Samuel  Liebman,  B.S. 


UNWERSntOFllUNOlS 


iG^  Leo 


Jill   1-1937 


Auld  Lang  Syne 

Should  auld  acquaintance  be  forgot, 
And  never  brought  to  mind? 

Should  auld  acquaintance  be  forgot, 
And  days  of  auld  lang  syne? 

For  auld  lang  syne,  my  dear, 
For  auld  lang  syne ; 
We'll  take  a  cup  o'  kindness  yet, 
For  auld  lang  syne. 


Order  of  Exercises 


Commencement  Frocession 

JUL  1-1937 


Prelude 


fiHY^a^'y^  or 


Fanfare  and  March — The  Crown  of  India Elgar 

Grand  March  (introducing  Luther's  hymn  "Ein'  feste  Burg") Wagner 

Scene  from  "Tristan  and  Isolde" Wagner 

UNIVERSITY  CONCERT  BAND 
Albert  Austin  Harding,  Director 

Invocation 

The  Reverend  DWIGHT  P.  BAIR,  D.D. 
Grace  Evangelical  Lutheran  Church,  Champaign 

Commencement  Address 

ARTHUR  CUTTS  WILLARD,  B.S.,  D.Eng.,  LL.D. 

President  of  the  University 

Interlude 

Overture — Beatrice  and  Benedict Berlioz 

UNIVERSITY  CONCERT  BAND 

Conferring  of  Degrees 

President  WILLARD 

Singing  of  "Auld  Lang  Syne" 

THE  AUDIENCE 

Benediction 

The  Reverend  Dr.  BAIR 

Postlude 

Huldigungsmarsch Wagner 

UNIVERSITY  CONCERT  BAND 


Significance  of  Cap  Tassel  Colors 

Graduate   School Black 

College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences White 

College  of  Commerce  and  Business  Administration Dark  Gray 

College  of  Engineering Orange 

College  of  Agriculture Maize 

College  of  Education Blue 

College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts Chocolate  Brown 

College  of  Law Purple 

School  of  Journalism Black  and  White 

School  of  Physical  Education Sage  Green 

Library  School Lemon  Yellow 


Candidates  for  Degrees 

The  Graduate  School 

The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 

In  Animal  Husbandry 

Tom  Sherman  Hamilton,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1917,  1922.  The  thermogenic  effect  and 
the  net  energy  content  of  rations  balanced  and  unbalanced  with  respect  to 
protein. 

In  Botany 

BCatherine  Kinsel,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Cahfornia,  Los  Angeles,   1931. 

1934.   Physiological  studies  on  morphologically  related  species  of  fungi. 
James  Morton  Schopf,  A.B.,  University  of  Wyoming,  1930;  M.S.,  1932.    The 

embryology  of  Larix. 

In  Chemistry 

Richard  Thomas  Arnold,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 
1934;  M.S.,  1935.  I.  A  new  synthesis  of  mixed  benzoins.  II.  The  synthesis 
of  polyvinylene  chains. 

Roderick  Charles  Cary,  A.B.,  1931.  Optically  active  quaternary  ammonium 
salts. 

James  Martin  Cross,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1931,  1932.  I.  The  sjmthesis  and  local 
anaesthetic  action  of  substituted  urethans.    II.  Synthesis  of  some  disulfones. 

Rudolph  Everett  Damschroder,  A.B.,  Hiram  College,  1932;  M.S.,  Syracuse 
University,  1934.  I.  Urethans  of  8-amino  quinoline.  II.  Derivatives  of 
coumaranone. 

Lewis  Royal  Drake,  B.S.,  M.S.,  Northwestern  University,  1933,  1935.  The 
preparation  of  phosphonic  acids  and  their  alkyl  esters. 

William  Alfred  Fessler,  B.S.,  University  of  Tulsa,  1934;  M.S.,  1935.  Studies 
on  nitro  compounds. 

Henry  Dorroh  Foster,  B.S.,  University  of  South  Carolina,  1933 ;  M.S.,  1934. 
Catalytic  oxidation  in  the  vapor  phase. 

Elbert  Egidius  Gruber,  B.S.,  Xavier  University,  1932;  M.S.,  1934.  I.  The 
cleavage  of  N-phenylbenzimidylpyridinium  chlorides  with  organic  bases.  II. 
The  synthesis  of  some  hydrogenated  phenanthrenes. 

William  Ernest  Holland,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1932;  M.S.,  Brown  Uni- 
versity, 1933.  I.  The  condensation  of  acetomesitylene  with  ethyl  oxalate.  II. 
Hindered  arylglyoxals. 

Kenneth  Karl  Kearby,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1932,  1933.  A  study  of  the  effect  of  the 
surface  of  a  catalyst  on  dehydrations  in  the  vapor  phase. 

Robert  William  Krebs,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1933,  1935.  Individual  gas  absorption  coeffi- 
cients in  wetted  wall  towers. 

Margaret  Lawrenz,  B.S.,  Alabama  Polytechnic  Institute,  1931;  M.S.,  Emory 
University,  1932.  Observations  on  the  rare  earths:  Further  studies  in  the 
quantitative  estimation  of  the  rare  earths  by  means  of  their  arc  spectra. 

Frank  Clifton  McGrew,  B.S.,  M.S.,  University  of  Nebraska,  1934,  1935.  I. 
The  study  of  restricted  rotation  between  a  cyclic  and  an  acyclic  radical.  II. 
The  preparation  and  study  of  deuterium  compounds  of  the  type: 
RiRiCXhXd. 

Lillian  Hoagland  Meyer,  A.B.,  M.S.,  Washington  University,  1930,  1931.  The 
nutritive  value  of  synthetic  amino  acids. 

Richard  Froman  Miller,  A.B.,  1933.  I.  The  structure  of  gossypol.  II.  Contri- 
butions to  the  multiplanar  isomerism  of  cyclohexanes. 

Glenn  Albert  Nesty,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1934.  I.  Dialkylhexahydro- 
naphthalenones  from  cyclohexenyldialkylvinylacetylenes.  II.  Studies  in  the 
sterol  series. 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  1937 


Arthur  John  Paik,  B.S.,  1933;   M.S.,  Pennsylvania  State  College,   1934.    An 

equilibrium  study  of  the  system:  ethylene,  water,  and  ethyl  alcohol. 
Paul    Swithin    Pinkney,    B.S.,    University   of    Wisconsin,    1934.     Polynuclear 

compounds  from  acetylenic  glycols. 
William  Ernest  Ross,  B.S.,  1932.    I.  The  action  of  formaldehyde  on  hindered 

aryl  methyl  ketones.    II.  The  action  of  methyl  Grignard  reagents  on  2,4,6- 

trichlorobenzoyl  chloride. 
Max  Ferdinand  Roy,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Rice  Institute,  1931,  1933.   The  dissociation  of 

hexaarylethanes.    The  effect  of  weight. 
Ralph  Louis  Edwin  Seifert,  A.B.,  Evansville  College,  1934;  A.M.,  1935.    I.  A 

reinvestigation  of  the  electron  emission  from  tungsten.    II.  An  investiga- 
tion of  the  effect  of  iodine  upon  a  tungsten  surface. 
Janice  Minerva  Smith,  A.B.,  M.S.,  1930,  1932.    The  distribution  of  threonine 

and  its  physiological  replacement  by  other  compounds. 
Clarence  Albert   Stiegman,   B.S.,   M.S.,   1932,    1934.    The   stereochemistry  of 

complex  inorganic  compounds.    I.  Structure  of  platinous-olefine  compounds. 

II.  Stereochemistry  of  cobaltic-ethylendiamine  and  cobaltic-propylenediamine 

compounds. 
Charles  William  Joseph  Wende,  A.B.,  Central  College,  1934.   The  mechanism 

of  formation  of  water  and  hydrogen  peroxide. 
Harold  Dadford  West,  A.B.,  M.S.,   1925,   1930.    The  chemistry  and  nutritive 

value  of  essential  amino  acids. 
Enno  Wolthuis,  A.B.,  Calvin,   1932;   M.S.,  University  of  Michigan,   1933.    I. 

Some  studies  in  electron  diffraction.    II.   X-ray  studies  of  crystalline  rubber. 

In  Dairy  Husbandry 

Stewart  Laurence  Tuckey,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1928,  1930.  A  chemical  and  x-ray 
diffraction  analysis  of  changes  occurring  in  casein  with  special  reference  to 
those  which  take  place  in  Cheddar  cheese. 

In  Economics 

Allen   Thomas   Bonnell,   A.B.,   A.M!.,   Oberlin   College,    1933,    1934.    German 

control  over  international  economic  relations,  1930-1937. 
Leahmae  Brown,  A.B.,  University  of  Kansas,  1933;  A.M.,  Tufts  College,  1935. 

The  development  of  national  policy  with  respect  to  water  resources. 
Robert  W.  Field,  B.S.,  University  of  Colorado,  1934;  M.S.,  1935.    Investment 

standards  for  public  utility  securities. 
Charles  Milton  Whitlow,  B.S.,  University  of  North  Dakota,  1928;  M.S.,  New 

York  University,  1929.   Prices  and  returns  of  securities  in  France  1914-1930. 
John  Elliot  Wills,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1925,  1932.   Land  use  problems  in  selected  areas 

of  central  Illinois. 

In  Education 

Eugene  Holt  Wilson,  A.B.,  Arkansas  State  Teachers  College,  1930;  B.S.(Lib.), 
A.AL,  1932,  1933.  Pre-professional  background  of  students  in  a  library 
school. 

In  English 

Olive  Pauline  Henneberger,  A.B.,  Trinity  College,  1928;  A.M.,  Radcliffe 
College,  1930.   Proximate  sources  for  the  Italianate  elements  in  Shakespeare. 

Carolyn  Washburn,  A.B.,  Mount  Holyoke  College,  1927;  A.M.,  Columbia  Uni- 
versity, 1928.  The  history,  from  1832  to  i860,  of  British  criticism  of 
narrative  prose  fiction. 

In  Entomology 
Barnard  de  Witt  Burks,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1933,  1934.    A  monographic  revision  of 
the     tribe     Chalcidini     in     America     north     of     Mexico      (Hymenoptera, 
Chalcididae). 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  ipj/ 


In  Geology 

George  Vincent  Cohee,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1931,  1932.  Ocean  bottom  sediments  off  the 
mid- Atlantic  coast. 

In  German 

Christian   Otto  Arndt,  B.D.,  Concordia   Seminary,   1927;   A.M.,  Washington 

University,  1928;  AI.S.,  1932.   The  changing  appreciation  of  the  writings  of 

Adalbert  Stifter. 
Robert  Theodore  Ittner,  A.B.,  1931.   The  Christian  legend  in  German  literature 

since  Romanticism. 
Charles  Harry   Stubing,   A.B.,  Wesleyan   University,   1931 ;    A.M.,   Columbia 

University,  1933.    The  relations  of  the  German  realists  to  literary  history 

and  criticism  in  the  field  of  prose  fiction. 

In  History 

Robert  Gehlman  Bone,  A.B.,  Wooster  College,  1938;  A.M.,  1932.  Roman 
persecution  of  the  non-Christian  religions  before  200  a.d. 

John  Henry  Krenkel,  B.S.,  1933;  A.M.,  Claremont  College,  1935.  Internal 
improvements  in  Illinois,  1818-1848. 

In  Mathematics 

Frank  Cook  Gentry,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Oklahoma,  1929,  1930.    Groups 

of  Cremona  transformations  in  space  of  ternary  type. 
Virginia   Modesitt,   A.B.,   Mount   Holyoke   College,    1931 ;    A.M.,    1932.    Some 

singular    properties    of    conformal    transformations    betwreen    Riemannian 

spaces. 
Sallie  Elizabeth  Pence,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Kentucky,  1914,  1928.   The 

configuration  of  the  double  points  of  cubics  of  a  pencil. 
Robert  McDowell  Thrall,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1935 ;  A.M.,  1935.   Metabelian 

groups  and  trilinear  forms. 
Felix  Perry  Welch,  B.S.,  Mississippi  State  College,  1929;  A.M.,  University  of 

Texas,  1932.    Singular  non-linear  first  order  differential  equations  contain- 
ing a  parameter. 

In  Physics 

Robert  Obed  Burns,  B.S.,  Knox  College,  1931 ;  M.S.,  1933.  Geiger  counter 
characteristics. 

Cecil  Gordon  Dunn,  A.B.,  University  of  Montana,  1931 ;  M.S.,  1933.  The  effect 
upon  physical  properties  of  small  lattice  distortions. 

George  Kenneth  Green,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1933,  1935.  A  cyclotron  and  its  application 
to  the  study  of  gamma-rays. 

George  Rankin  Irwin,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1930;  A.M.,  1933.  Mass  ratio  of  the 
lithium  isotopes  from  the  band  spectrum  of  LI2. 

Howard  Sparling  Pattin,  A.B.,  Marietta  College,  1931 ;  A.M.,  1933.  The 
extreme  ultra-violet  spectra  of  scandium  vi,  scandium  vii,  and  other  elements 
isoelectronic  with  phosphorus  i  and  sulphur  i. 

Merrill  P.aul  Rassweiler,  B.S.,  Beloit  College,  1930;  M.S.,  1932.  The  absorp- 
tion spectrum  of  caesium  hydride. 

Harvey  Albert  Schultz,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1933;  A.M.,  1935.  The 
spectrum  of  diatomic  antimony. 

William  Earl  Shoupp,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1931 ;  A.M.,  1933.  The  neutron- 
proton  interaction  as  manifested  in  the  scattering  of  neutrons  by  protons. 

In  Political  Science 
Hung   Ti    Chu,    A.B.,    University    of    Wisconsin,    1932;    A.M.,    University    of 
Missouri,  1933.    China  and  the  League  of  Nations. 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  J937 


Charles  Nolan  Fortenberry,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Mississippi,  1931.  Legal 
regulation  of  political  party  organization  in  the  United  States. 

Jack  Fein  Isakoff,  A.B.,  Western  Reserve  University,  1931 ;  A.M.,  Ohio  State 
University,  1932.    The  Public  Works  Administration. 

Robert  Wallace  Rafuse,  A.B.,  Colgate  University,  1934;  A.M.,  1935.  The  rule 
of  non-extradition  of  nationals. 

In  Romance  Languages 

Boyd  George  Carter,  A.B.,  College  of  William  and  Mary,  1929;   A.M.,   1933. 

The    French    realists    and    the    theatre :    Gustave    Flaubert,    the    Goncourt 

Brothers,  and  Alphonse  Daudet. 
Margaret   Kidder,    A.B.,    Morningside   College,    1923 ;    A.M.,    1929.     A   critical 

edition  of  El  Bernardo  of  Bernardo  de  Balbuena. 
Louise  Finley  Lodge,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1924,  1931.   Angelica  in  El  Bernardo  and  Las 

Lagrimas  de  Angelica. 

In  Zoology 

William  Milton  Bright,  A.B.,  M.S.,  Howard  University,  1926,  1930.  Spermato- 
genesis in  sunfish. 

Malcolm  Stuart  Ferguson,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Western  Ontario,  1932, 
1934.  Experimental  studies  on  Posihodiplostomum  minimum  (AlacCallum, 
1921),  a  trematode  from  herons. 

Norman  Thomas  Mattox,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1933;  M.S.,  1934.  Mor- 
phology and  oogenesis  of  Campeloma  rufum,  a  parthenogenetic  snail. 

Arthur  Cornelius  Twomey,  B.S.,  University  of  Alberta,  1933;  M.S.,  1935.  The 
bird  population  of  an  elm-maple  forest  With  special  reference  to  food, 
territory,  and  seasonal  variations. 


Professional  Degrees  in  Engineering 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Architecture 
Edgar  Emmanuel  Lundeen,  B.S.,  1923 

The  Degree  of  Civil  Engineer 

Lorenzo  Donald  Doty,  B.S.,  Denison  University,  1925;  M.S.,  1933 
Winfred  Dean  Gerber,  B.S.,  1899 

Lewis  Keeper  Oesterling,  B.S.,  1929;  M.S.,  Carnegie  Institute  of  Technology, 
1936 

The  Degree  of  Electrical  Engineer 
Fred  H.  McClain,  B.S.,  1910 

The  Degree  of  Mechanical  Engineer 
Warden  Forsyth  Wilson,  B.S.,  1925 


The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Botany 

Walter  Howard  Brown,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932 
Donald  Kenneth  Eckfei,d,  B.S.,  1934 

In  Chemistry 

Robert  James  Buswell,  A.B.,  1936 

Richard  Melvin  Haskins.  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1936 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  i^,  ipj/ 


In  Classics 

Theodore  Bedrick,  A.B.,  Brown  University,  1936 

Eleanor  Elizabeth  Stover,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1936 

Helen  Louise  Westrup,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1932 

In  Economics 

J.  Russell  Boner,  A.B.,  University  of  Colorado,  1928 

Shih  Tsun  Cha,  A.B.,  Fuh  Tan  University,  1935 

Dwight  Prescott  Fl.\nders,  A.B.,  1931 

Edwin  Russell  Hodges,  A.B.,  1936 

James  Ira  AIills,  A.B.,  Augustana  College,  1927 

Edward  Wilson  Reed,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1936 

MiNG-CHAO  Y.A.NG,  A.B.,  National  Tsing  Hua  University,  1932 

In  Education 

Ch.\rles  Huston  Burch,  A.B.,  Culver- Stockton  College,  1932 

Eleanor    Vivian    Davidson,    A.B.,    University    of    Southern    California,    1930; 

B.S.(Lib.),  New  York  State  College  for  Teachers,  1933 
Ollin  Little  Drr'er,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1924 

Everett  L.\wrence  Green,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1926 
John  Herbert  Griffith,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1931 
Wesley  Gust.wt:  Haag,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929 
Neal  Henry,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1930 
Frances  Delores  Howard,  A.B.,  1932 
Agnes  Cecilla  Koscielny,  B.S.,  1932 
Dorothy  Eliz.\beth  Livesey,  A.B.,  1930 
Jack  B.  Lortz,  A.B.,  1936 

Edn.a.  Mae  AIcDill,  A.B.,  Monmouth  College,  1925 
Dorothy  Evelyn  AIohn,  B.S.,  1935 

Everette  Cassell  Nichols,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1931 
Leman  Kenneth  Philbrook,  B.S.,  McKendree  College,  1930 
William  Brose  Phillips,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1933 
Clifford  Finley  Reid,  A.B.,  1931 
Grace  Sturm,  A.B.,  Syracuse  University,  1936 
Dorothy  Fay  Vose,  A.B.,  1929 
David  E.  Westwater,  B.S.,  1926 

In  English 

Alfred  Campbell  Ames,  A.B.,  University  of  Kansas,  1936 

James  Edw.\rd  Belton,  B.S.,  1933 

Dorothy  Elisabeth  Boys,  A.B.,  Northwestern  University,  1934 

Beulah  Anne  Collins,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1931 

Paul  John  Cooke,  A.B.,  1936 

Robert  Gordon  Hallwachs,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1936 

Donovan  Earl  Pratt,  A.B.,  1936 

Howard  Rovelstad,  A.B.,  1936 

Audrey  Elizabeth  Yoder,  A.B.,  1936 

In  Entomology 
John  Donovan  DeCoursey,  A.B.,  Louisiana  State  LTniversity,  1930 

In  German 

Alice  Farwell,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College  (Norton,  Massachusetts),  1934 
Hazel  Eliz.^eeth  Rice,  A.B.,  University  of  Kansas,  1936 


lo  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  ipj/ 

In  History 

Reuben  Merle  Allard,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1936 

Natalia  Maree  Belting,  B.S.,  1936 

Edward  Marion  Burstein,  A.B.,  1934 

Frank  Louis  Gannon,  B.S.,  1936 

Marvin  Edmund  Lowe,  A.B.,  Milligan  College,  1935 

June  Elizabeth  Newkirk,  A.B.,  Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1936 

Robert  David  Ochs,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1936 

Mary  Louise  Rice,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1936 

Marjorie  Caroline  Taylor,  A.B.,  1935 

Anne  Patricia  Yesulis,  B.S.,  1936 

In  Library  Science 

Alleyne  Baumgardner,  A.B.,  B.S.(Lib.),  1925,  1930 

Isabelle  Fitch  Grant,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1924; 

B.S.(Lib.),  1929 
Sister  Mary  Elvira  Bredel,  O.S.F.,  A.B.,  DePaul  University,  1929;  B.S.(Lib.), 

1934 
Sister  Mary  Stephana  Cavanaugh,  O.P.,  A.B.,  Rosary  College,  1920;  B.S.(Lib.), 

1932 
Margaret  Lucy  Wardell,  A.B.,  Carleton  College,  1927;  B.S. (Lib.),  1932 

In  Mathematics 

Douglas  Rudolph  Bey,  A.B.,  Cornell  University,  1934 
Margaret  Rempfer,  A.B.,  University  of  South  Dakota,  1936 

In  Philosophy 
Allegra  Claire  Montgomery,  A.B.,  1935 

In  Physics 

Maurice  Earle  Raquet,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1931 
George  Burton  Yates,  Jr.,  A.B.,  Georgetown  College,  1935 

In  Physiology 
John  Edward  Sullivan,  B.S.,  1935 

In  Political  Science 

Gerald  Leroy  Arnett,  A.B.,  1935 

Chien-yao  Chiang,  A.B.,  University  of  Nanking,  1930 

Julia  Juanita  Henderson,  A.B.,  1936 

Mary  Eleanor  McCoy,  A.B.,  Carthage  College,  1936 

Ralph  Joseph  Thomas  Moloney,  A.B.,  1932 ;  J.D.,  John  Marshall  Law  School,  1934 

Ling  Tung,  A.B.,  Fuh  Tan  University,  1928 

George  Henry  Watson,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1936 

In  Psychology 

Eli  Allan  Lipman,  A.B.,  1935 
Mary  Betty  McCreary,  A.B.,  1934 

In  Romance  Languages 

Edna  Mae  Edwards,  A.B.,  1935 

Louise  Beatrice  Fenoglio,  A.B.,  1936 

Camille  Ferrara,  A.B.,  1935 

Frances  LaMora  Kaar,  A.B.,  1934 

Ira  Oliver  Karraker,  Jr.,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1936 

Valera  Doris  Pace,  A.B.,  Nazareth  College,  1935 

Earl  Wesley  Thomas,  A.B.,  1936 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  1937  ^^ 


In  Sociology 

Carl  William  Birky,  B.S.,  1933 
Joseph  Thomas  Taylor,  A.B.,  1936 

In  Zoology 

Clarenxe  James  Goodnight,  A.B.,  1936 
Stephen  Wood  Gray,  A.B.,  Lake  Forest  College,  1936 
Waldo  Cecil  Poe,  A.B.,  Hanover  College,  1936 
Charxj:s  Ralph  Williams,  A.B.,  1937 


The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Accountancy 

Heimie  Edward  Breen,  B.S.,  1932 
Louis  McGlenthen  Kessler,  B.S.,  1935 
Poo-Ren  Liu,  A.B.,  Great  China  University,  1935 

In  Agricultural  Economics 

Frank  Mason  Atchley,  B.S.,  Iowa  State  College,  1933 
Aubrey  J.  Brown,  B.S.,  1935 
Walter  Bertrand  Lacey,  B.S.,  1930 
George  Eugene  AIercer,  B.S.,  1925 
Charles  Richard  Sayre,  B.S.,  1935 

In  Agronomy 
King  Yu  Liang,  Ingenieur  Agricole  de  I'Universite  de  Toulouse,  1934 

In  Architecture  and  Architectural  Engineering 

Gabriel  Dumlao  Carpio,  B.S.,  1931 

Lyle  Vinson  DeWitt,  B.S.,  1936 

Beverly  Lorraine  Greene,  B.S.,  1936 

Chung  Hsu,  B.S.,  National  Central  University,  1935 

William  Hunt  Scheick,  B.Arch.,  Carnegie  Institute  of  Technology,  1928 

John  Elmo  Sweet,  B.S.,  1927 

In  Bacteriology 

Cynthia  Conklin,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1935 
Lloyd  Francis  Fox,  B.S.,  1934 
Jeanne  Frances  -Miller,  B.S.,  1936 

In  Business  Organization  and  Operation 
Max  Donald  Snider,  B.S.,  1936 

In  Ceramic  Engineering 

William  Weber  Coffeen,  B.S.,  1935 
Carl  Henry  Zwermann,  B.S.,  1929 

In  Ceramics 
Lion'EL  Richard  Barrett,  B.A.,  B.Sc,  University  of  Oxford,  1933,  1934 

In  Chemistry 

Ernest  Erwin  Allen,  B.S.,  1936 
Vincent  Frank  Balaty,  B.S.,  1935 
Donald  George  Botteron,  A.B.,  1936 
Theodore  Ambrose  Bradbury,  B.S.,  1933 
Merle  H.  Chamberlin,  B.S.,  1935 


12  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  19 S7 

Elonza  Alexander  Cleveland,  B.S.,  Western  Tennessee  State  Teachers  College, 

1936 
Willard  Bennett  Eastman,  A.B.,  1936 
Emanuel  Ginsberg,  B.S.,  New  York  University,  1936 

Jerome  Kaufman,  A.B.,  Brooklyn  College,  1936  ^ 

Frank  Robert  Koniuszy,  B.S.,  1936 
Raymond  Largent,  B.S.,  Shurtleff  College,  1933 
Seymour  Lieberman,  A.B.,  Brooklyn  College,  1936 
Robert  Lee  May,  B.S.,  1935 
Donald  Burton  Melville,  B.S.,  1936 

John  Wendell  Robinson,  Jr.,  B.S.,  Northwestern  University,  1931 
Carl  F.  Segal,  B.S.,  1936 

William  Morton  Shine,  B.S.,  Washington  University,  1934 
John  Vergie  Shirer,  A.B.,  Ripon  College,  1936 
JiA  Jong  Shy,  B.S.,  Tsing  Hua  University,  1929 
Wilfred  Olin  Taff,  B.S.,  Western  Kentucky  State  Teachers  College,  1934 

In  Civil  Engineering 

Ibrahim  Nedjdet  Arin,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1936 
Anastasis  Demetre  Ateshoglou,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1936 
Wen-Tsing  Chang,  B.S.,  St.  John's  University,  1936 
Nejad  Enustun,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1935 
Sophocles  Gulbalis,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1936 
Mahmut  Karasaban,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1936 
Shao  Chang  Li,  B.S.,  Chiao-Tung  University,  1935 

In  Dairy  Husbandry 
Emmett  Ezekiel  Ormiston,  B.S.,  1935 

In  Economics 

Delbert  Edward  Fiock,  B.S.,  1934 

RoscoE  Raymond  Giffin,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1936 

John  Talbot  Masten,  B.S.,  1936 

John  Allan  McClure,  B.S.,  1933 

Yueh-Chiung  Pu,  A.B.,  Yenching  University,  1931 

Kenneth  Lewis  Trefftzs,  B.S.,  1936 

Winfield  Lyle  Willhite,  B.S.,  Lewis  Institute,  1936 

In  Education 

Willmer  Olof  Alstrom,  B.S.,  1934 

Charlotte  Bauer,  B.S.,  1935 

Albin  Godfred  Billing,  B.S.,  1923 

Luther  Joseph  Black,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1931 

Marguerite  Pierce  Dolch,  B.S.,  1926 

J.  Raymond  Hoffner,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932 

Owen  Orris  Hubbell,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1934 

Fred  William  Kasch,  B.S.,  1935 

Dora  Marie  Pasel,  B.S.,  1932 

Pauline  May  Riedelbauch,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1927 

Irvin  Jandt  Schneider,  B.S.,  Greenville  College,  1929 

Edwin  William  Skaer,  B.S.,  Washington  University,  1935 

Mary  Smith,  B.S.,  1936 

Charles  Staley,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1931 

Arthur  Nelson  Trammell,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  tjniversitv, 

1930 
Maude  Bruce  Wallace,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930 
Scott  Bennett  York,  B.S.,  1934 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  /pj7  13 

In  Electrical  Engineering 

Wallace  Andrew  Depp,  B.S.,  1936 

George  Rolant)  Peirce,  B.S.,  1936 

James  Albert  Stewart,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1935 

In  Geology  and  Geography 

William  Hammond  Allen,  A.B.,  1936 

Victor  Nathaniel  Fischer,  B.S.,  Beloit  College,  1934 

William  Albert  Newton,  B.S.,  1935 

In  Library  Science 

Harold  Walter  Batchelor,  A.B.,  University  of  Oregon,  1932;  B.S.(Lib.),  1933 
Elma  Irene  Courter,  A.B.,  University  of  Kansas,  1926;  B.S.(Lib.),  1930 
Mary  Ramon  Kinney,  A.B.,  B.S. (Lib.),  1928,  1929 

In  Mathematics 

Nathan  Goldman,  B.S.,  George  Washington  University,  1936 
Franz  Edward  Hohn,  B.S.,  McKendree  College,  1936 

In  Physics 

Elbert  Pidgeon  Carter,  B.S.,  1936 

Ralph  Guy  LaBaw,  B.S.,  1936 

James  Franklin  Madole,  B.S.,  Western  Kentucky  State  Teachers  College,  1935 

Robert  Curtis  Retherford,  B.S.,  1935 

Robert  Rogers,  A.B.,  1936 

Herbert  John  Sprengel,  B.S.,  1936 

In  Physiology 
\'icT0R  BoirriN,  A.B.,  1936 

In  Psychology 

Harriett  Adeline  Cantrall,  A.B.,  MacMurray  College,  1936 

In  Railway  Engineering 

Kwan  Tsung  Chen,  B.S.,  Chiao-Tung  University,  1932 
Wen  Kwei  Ku,  B.S.,  National  Wu-Han  University,  1933 
Herman  John  Schrader,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1923 

In  Zoology 

Rose  Cherie  Bourgin,  B.S.,  1935 
Martha  Lee  Bozeman,  A.B.,  Rockford  College,  1935 
Paul  Victor  Gustafson,  B.S.,  Whitworth  College,  1936 
Charles  William  Hussey,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1930 

Chris  Walter  Markus,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1936 
Lenore  Martin,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1935 
Edna  Mae  Pratt,  B.S.,  1936 

Clarence  Andrew  Stevenson,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 
1932 


14 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  ip57 


The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Norman  Melville  Adams 
Kathryn  Eloise  Adkisson,  with 

Highest   Tutorial   Honors   in 

History 
Perle  Helene  Abler 
Theodore  Lee  Agnew,  Jr.,  with  Highest 

Tutorial  Honors  in  History 
Ida  Mae  Agruss,  with  Honors  in 

French 
Godfrey  Columbus  Aiello 
Jane  Frances  Alexander,  with 

Honors  in  French 
James  Condee  Allen 
Donald  Felix  Anderson 
Anthony  Michael  Anzalone 
Betty  Louise  Arbuckle 
Leonard  Arkiss 
Louise  Wright  Astell,  with  High 

Honors  in  English 
Ruth  Byrd  Baar 
Mary  Davis  Ball 
Margaret  Jane  Barber 
Donald  Franklin  Barkley 
Matthew  Julius  Barman 
Dorothy  June  Baughman 
Otto  Edward  Baum 
Leonard  Albert  Becker 
Evelyn  Rose  Benson,  with  Honors  in 

History 
Frank  Morehouse  Benson 
MuRL  L.  Bernstein 
Jerome  Berrent 
Marie  Alma  Bertoni 
Raymond  Paul  Bilger,  with  Tutorial 

Honors  in  History 
Robert  J.  Binford,  Jr. 
William  Frank  Bishopp,  Jr.,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Louise  Helene  Bittner 
Mary  Beth  Blain 
Betty  Mary  Elizabeth  Blair,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Robert  Justin  Blotcher 
Dorothy  Helen  Blum 
Lyman  Worthing  Bodman 
Harvey  Daniel  Borger 
Ena  Mae  Bouslog 
Willajane  Boyce 
John  Jameson  Boyd 
Gail  Irene  Boyer,  with  Honors  in 

French 
Robert  Shaw  Boynton 
Nancy  Margaret  Branyan 
Nancy  Louise  Brehm 
Christine  Jessie  Brock 


Thelma  Lucile  Brook,  with  Honors 

in  French 
Cameron  Brown 
George  Henry  Brown,  Jr. 
Wilferd  Eldon  Brown 
Allen  Edsel  Brubaker 
Thea  Amanda  Buer 
Ruth  Ann  Buffington 
Georgialee  Bull 
Anna  Rosina  Bullington,  with 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Emmett  Walter  Burdsall 
Anne  Matilda  Burns 
Martha  Elizabeth  Burridge 
Virginia  Ellen  Busse 
Betty  Anne  Byers 
Rebecca  Mary  Cabeen 
Emmett  Ralph  Capps 
Marjorie  Henrietta  Carlson 
Marvin  Carmack,  with  Highest 

Tutorial  Honors  in  Chemistry 
Helen  Catlin 
William  Cheorvas 
Elinor  Corinne  Chilton 
Barkley  Lax  Clanahan 
Mildred  Clein 
Ruth  Elizabeth  Cogdal 
Gershom  Ralph  Cohn 
Schiller  Aurelius  Colberg 
Mary  Edna  Colby 
Arthur  Benedict  Collins 
Ralph  Waterbury  Condee 
Joseph  Edgar  Cooper 
Richard  William  Corman 
Jane  Ferris  Grain 
William  Francis  Crannell 
Gloria  Crawford,  with  Honors  in 

History 
Jean  Gladys  Creamer 
Ann  Lucile  Crofford 
Roger  Bronson  Cross 
Mary  Phyllis  Cunningham 
Joseph  John  Daly 
Ralph  Forrest  De  Long 
Arno  Harry  Denecke 
William  Ernest  De  Turk,  with 

Tutorial  Honors  in  Zoology 
Dorothy  Dillon 
Howard  Taylor  Dixon 
DwiGHT  Hamilton  Doss 
Arthur  Hamilton  Douglas,  Jr. 
Frank  James  Doyle,  Jr.,  with  Tutorial 

Honors  in  English 
Byron  Brown  Dressler 
Morrison  Archibald  Dumas 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  ig^J 


15 


Jess  Willard  Dungey 

Robert  James  Durin 

Gayle  Jean  Dwornik,  with  Honors  in 

History 
George  William  Easterbrook 
Traver  Willard  Ellis 
Arthur  Vernon  Essington,  Jr. 
Raymond  AIaurice  Ewald 
Helen  Elizabeth  Fawkner 
Vlasta  Barbara  Feres 
Robert  Morgan  Fink 
Dorothy  AIay  Flanegin 
Miletus  Lafayette  Flaningam,  Jr. 
AIary  Elizabeth  Fletcher,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Mildred  Merle  Fletcher 
Louise  Flora 
Amy  Louise  Florance 
Frederick  Jack  Foersterling 
Sidney  Fohrman 
Florence  AL\ry  Portley  Ford 
Jean  Carolyn  Forster 
Beth  Louise  Fowler 
Richard  Crawford  Franklin,  with 

High  Tutorial  Honors  in  Chemistry 
Sholem  David  Friedlander 
William  Emerson  Frye,  with  Honors 

in  Physics 
Bernice  Mildred  Galinsky 
Merlin  Estes  Garber 
Iona  Elizabeth  Geach 
Jean  Howard  Gilbert 
Robert  Jack  Goldberg,  with  Tutorial 

Honors  in  Zoology 
Helen  Elsie  Golk 
Dorothy  Mary  Goodman 
Michael  Jacob  Gordon 
Eleanor  Ann  Gossett 
Morris  Lee  Green,  with  High  Honors 

in  French 
Gordon  Smith  Gregory 
Ida  La  Verne  Gritton 
Charles  Julian  Gustin 
Richard  Herman  Gutstadt 
Jane  Elizabeth  Hadden 
Rita  Josephine  Hagel 
Barbara  Ruth  Hall 
Willis  Beatty  Hamilton 
Alden  Ned  Haney 
Thelma  Marie  Hanson,  with  High 

Honors  in  Sociology 
Ruth  Jeannette  Hartley 
Arthur  Davis  Hawkinson 
Garwood  Fred  Heads 
Helen  AIae  Heath 
Mary  Frances  Heermans 
Mildred  Lucile  Heiman 
Ida  Carolyn  Hemingway 
William  John  Hennig 
Philip  Hill,  with  Highest  Tutorial 

Honors  in  Chemistry 
Joseph  Floyd  Hindman 


-Merlin  Gerald  Hiscott 
George  Paul  Hixon,  Jr. 
Joh.\na  Hoffman 
Charles  Jacob  Hoke 
John  Grover  Holland 
Margaret  Alma  Holt 
Robert  Samuel  Holty 
John  Albert  Holtzman 
Gilbert  Alfred  Horn 
Jack  Everett  Horsley 
Richard  Stewart  Hudson,  with 

Honors  in  Economics 
Harvey  Nathan  Humble 
Mary  Elizabeth  Iball 
Lillian  Ingalls,  with  High  Honors  in 

History 
Mildred  Lois  Jackson 
Irene  Jacobson 
Anna  Louise  Jensen,  with  High 

Tutorial  Honors  in  English 
Camille  Frances  Jensen 
Vivian  Frances  Jensen 
Arber  Johnson 
Alta  Genieve  Jokisch 
Fanny  La  Veena  Jones 
Grace  Doris  Jones 
William  Robert  Jones,  with  High 

Honors  in  Classics 
Elliott  Kalcheim 
Stella  Kamarousk 
Sylvia  Genevieve  Katz 
Ernest  Byron  Kelly,  Jr. 
Jean  E.  Kendall,  with  Honors  in 

English 
Howard  Quentin  Kessler 
Catherine  Kiley,  with  Honors  in 

English 
Ben  Duvall  Kiningham,  Jr. 
Amy  Virginia  Kinsey 
Eugenia  Busch  Kircher 
Alyce  Elinore  Kloos 
Richard  Laurence  John  Kobza 
Mary  Maude  Koors,  with  Honors  in 

History 
James  Grant  Kostka 
Raymond  Matthew  Kozul,  with 

Tutorial  Honors  in  History 
WiLMA  Louise  Kring 
Waunetta  Evelyn  Kruse 
Kathryn  Haskin  Kuhnen 
Annamarie  Kunz,  with  Honors  iu 

Sociology 
Sylvia  Kurtzon,  with  Honors  in 

French 
Catherine  Marie  Kyles 
William  Winter  Langebartel 
Ruth  Elizabeth  Large 
Geraldine  Helen  Larkin 
Fern  Martha  Larson 
Robert  Clyde  Lawson 
Ethel  Jones  Lay 


i6 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  /pj/ 


Thomas  Jasper  Layman 

Gladys  Lucille  Leaman 

Cecille  Lefkowitz 

Kenneth  Raymond  Leifermann,  with 

Honors  in  Philosophy' 
Thelma  Viola  Leonard 
Robert  Harold  Levin,  with  High 

Tutorial  Honors  in  Chemistry 
Howard  Levine,  with  High  Honors  in 

Chemistry 
Irene  Pearl  Levis 
Norman  Robert  Liebling 
Raymond  Albert  Lippens,  with 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Helen  Roberta  Lockhart 
Viola  Loeseke,  with  Tutorial  Honors 

in  English 
Virginia  Louise  Lounsbury 
Carolyn  Sawyer  Lowry,  Avith  Honors 

in  Sociology 
Marjorie  Nelle  Lowry 
Frederick  William  Loyd 
Marjorie  Elisabeth  Lynn 
Amelia  Jane  Manga s 
Helen  Howe  Martin,  with  High 

Honors  in  English 
Shelby  Marlow  Martin 
Lowell  E.  Massie,  with  Honors  in 

Chemistry 
Florence  Crathorne  Mattoon 
Juanita  Gertrude  Mau 
James  Franklin  Maynard 
Marjorie  Laura  McCauley 
Mary  Celeste  McCormick 
Clinton  B.  McKeown 
Robert  John  McMenamin 
Rosemary  Betty  McVey 
Walter  La  Vergne  Meima 
Mildred  Louise  Mellencamp 
Fay  Victoria  Melville 
Virginia  Rose  AIerriner.  with  Honors 

in  German 
Elizabeth  Jane  Middleton 
Carl  Vencil  Milburn 
Helen  Stahl  Miles 
Morris  Franklin  Milligan,  with 

Highest  Tutorial   Honors   in 

Chemistry 
Christine  McNicol  Morse 
Carl  Walter  Mortenson,  with  High 

Honors  in  Chemistry 
Helen  Miriam  Motenko 
Arden  Wesley  Moyer 
Genevieve  Myers,  with  Honors  in 

French 
Leda  Cecile  Myers 
Joseph  Albert  Naser 
Bernabe  Navarro 
Mary  Elizabeth  Neal 
Fern  Bernice  Nelson 
Stuart  Murray  Newsom 


Mary  Elizabeth  Nicoll 
Beulah  Blanche  Norton 
Saul  Leonard  Nuzie 
William  Charles  Oakley 
Edward  Francis  O'Brien 
John  Joseph  O'Connell,  HI 
Dorothy  Virginia  Opoldus 
Fabian  Sebastian  Ostrowski 
George  Marinus  Oudyn,  with  High 

Honors  in  French 
Doris  Louise  Overture 
Shirley  May  Oyen 
Dorothy  Harding  Parker 
Ruth  Elizabeth  Parks 
Marjorie  Alice  Parmely 
David  Halliwell  Patton 
George  Francis  Pawling 
Helen  Verna  Payne 
Warren  Frederic  Pearce,  Jr. 
Edward  Thielens  Peeples 
Henrietta  Corenne  Pence,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Robert  Dunnington  Perkins 
Marian  Bertha  Martha  Pieper,  with 

Honors  in  English 
Lon  V.  Porter,  Jr. 
Dalias  Adolph  Price,  with  Honors  in 

Geography 
Wanda  Claire  Pringle,  with  Honors 

in  French 
Herbert  Findley  Propps 
Betty  Jane  Prouty 
Edward  Kinzie  Pryor 
Francis  McConnell  Pulliam,  with 

High  Honors  in  Mathematics 
Richard  Kennedy  Rainey 
Donald  Edwin  Rasmussen 
Dorothy  Caroline  Reasoner 
Emory  Keith  Rees,  with  High  Honors 

in  German 
Joe  Francis  Reilly 
Thomas  Arthur  Reiner 
Robert  Carlisle  Rendtorff 
Ruth  Charlotte  Rich 
Arthur  Edward  Ritcher 
John  Robert  Robb 
Glen  Sterling  Roberts 
Charles  Gordon  Robinson 
Mary  Kathryn  Rockhold 
Carol  Rolph 
Eugenia  Jeanette  Rom 
Robert  Heinrich  Rosenthal 
Frederick  Earl  Rusk 
Irwin  Burton  Rutkin 
Edwin  Bruce  Ryder 
William  Kenneth  Salstrom 
Karl  Sixten  Sandberg 
Anna  Marie  Schaefer 
John  Paul  Schafer 
John  Leo  Schmidt 
Rennette  Eleanor  Schpok 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  ipsy 


17 


Erma  Pauline  Scott 

Charles  Franklin  Seales 

Pierce  Leo  Shannon,  Jr. 

Philip  Joseph  Sharkey,  Jr. 

Jean  Stewart  Shepard 

Howard  John  Siever 

Rita  Christine  Simmons 

Thomas  Durward  Simmons 

Casimir  Thomas  Joseph  Sliwa 

Donald  Channing  Smith 

Ruth  Virginia  Smith 

Virginia  Julianna  Smoyer 

Helen  Elizabeth  Snyder 

Marguerite  Anita  Solberg 

Mary  2^1argret  Solon,  with  Honors 

in  English 
Jean  AIary  Souci 
Louise  Henryetta  Stearns 
Irving  G.  Steinberg 
Grundy  Steiner,  with  High  Tutorial 

Honors  in  Latin 
Nell  Drean  Stiglitz 
Margery  Elizabeth  Suhre 
Fay  Isabelle  Sullivan 
William  John  Sltnderman 
Irving  Surie 
Leo  Edwin  Suycott 
Anne  Jeanette  Swanson,  with  Honors 

in  Speech 
Frederick  Leon  Swirck 
Lucile  Elizabeth  Sydovv 
Ted  Stephan  Taylor 
Parker  William  Thomas 
Mary  Elliot  Thomson 
Josephine  AIary  Thrapp 
Selim  Norman  Tideman,  Jr. 
George  Traicoff,  with  Honors  in 

Political  Science 
Sara  Tretiak 


Barbara  Frances  Tuttle 

Charles  Robert  Twomley 

Olivan  Uebel 

Dorothy  Frances  Underwood 

John  Emil  Urbas 

Clara  Van  Til 

John  Thompson  Vernon 

Charles  Nelson  Wagner 

William  Isaac  Waldrip,  with  Honors 

in  History 
Henry  George  Walker 
Mary  Jane  Weberg,  with  Honors  in 

English 
Lawrence  Campbell  Wells 
Maurace  Henry  Wells,  with  Honors 

in  Political  Science 
Kathryn  Lucille  Wharton 
Eugene  John  White 
Harriet  Beatrice  White 
Ruth  Lillian  Whitlock,  with 

Honors  in  German 
William  Lee  Wierman 
Helen  Evans  Williams,  with  High 

Honors  in  Psychology 
James  Hunter  Williamson,  with 

Highest   Tutorial  Honors  in 

Philosophy 
Samuel  Williamson 
Dorothy  Mae  Wilson 
William  Thomas  Wilson 
Evelyn  Woolery 
Sigmund  Peter  Wysocki 
Beulah  May  Young,  with  Honors  in 

Latin 
Eleanor  Young 
John  Richard  Young 
Wyolene  Lowe  Young 
Scott  Henry  Zahren 


Marion  Ada  Kaeser,  with  Honors 
Margaret  Leah  Lutz 


In  Home  Economics 

Jean  Frances  Robinson,  with  Honors 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Robert  Parsons  Blatchley 
Robert  Davidson  Bower 
Patricia  Naismith  Braun 
Milton  Walter  Buehrig 
Charles  Richard  Buell 
Forrest  Edgar  Clark 
Howard  Vincent  Clark 
Kenneth  Orris  Emery,  with  High 
Honors  in  Geology 


James  B.  Fisher 
Louis  Milton  Goldman,  Jr. 
George  Gordon  Gralak 
Raymond  Tobias  Gutman 
George  Ogden  Hallam 
Richard  Eugene  Hendrix 
Milton  Edwin  Herr 
Robert  Louis  Holiday 
John  Thomas  Howe 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  ipsy 


George  Francis  Johnson 
Ralph  Frank  Koebbeman 
John  Lawrence  Lester 
Joseph  Bode  Mountjoy 
Rosemary  O'Neill 
Richard  Newton  Potter 
Mylo  Glenn  Roberts 
Marguerite  Claire  Sheridan 
Katherine  Post  Simpson 


Carl  William  Soderstrom 
Paxjline  Anabel  Stickle 
Robert  McMackin  Stuart 
George  Svihla 
Carol  Margaret  Whitman 
Jean  Inglis  Widger 
Walter  Siegfried  Wormser,  with 
High  Honors 


In  Chemistry 


Kenneth  Martin  Brobst 
John  Norman  Cosby 
Fred  George  Croad 
RozEL  Everett  Curtis 
Dorothy  Deal. 
Ward  Edwin  Fisher 
Thomas  Edward  Franks 
Andrew  George  Gorczyca 
Frederick  Leon  Heller 
Corris  Mabelle  Shirley  Hofmann 
Roy  Hong 

Herbert  Todd  Iveson,  with  High 
Honors 


Julius  Frank  Kaplan 
Russell  John  Keirs 
Otto  Cornelius  Klein 
Roy  Fred  Larson 
Elizabeth  Mary  Osman 
Charles  Francis  Porter 
William  Christian  Risser 
Robert  Ira  Schub 
Gerhard  Ray  Sprengling 
Kenneth  O'Harra  Stevenson 
Alexis  Cornelius  Svigoon 
George  Philip  Weber 


In  Chemical  Engineering 


John  Raymond  Bingham 
Alvin  Browdy 
Anthony  Richard  Bulat 
George  Jerry  Burcal 
George  Thomas  Carroll 
Richard  John  Doubek 
Ernest  Morris  Eubanks 
Harry  Dean  Evans,  with  High 

Honors 
Lowell  Lee  Fellinger,  with  High 

Honors 
John  Frederick  Frank,  Jr. 
Murray  Gleeson 
Eugene  Peter  Goodmann 
Paul  David  Grubb 
Jerome  Gurewitz 
Harlan  Ames  Hashbarger 
Joseph  Charles  Hejl 
Paul  Welland  Henlxne 
Glenn  Herbolsheimer,  with  High 

Honors 
James  Bruce  Hunter,  with  Honors 
Earp  Franklin  Jennings,  Jr. 


Gerald  Detring  Lucker 

Coleman  Joseph  Major,  with  High 

Honors 
Gerald  Edwin  Margrave 
Don  L.  McCann 
Raymond  George  Penner 
Nicholas  Relich 
Eugene  Otto  Retter 
Frank  Horatio  Russell 
Verne  Loyd  Simril 
Robert  Carlisle  Sivert 
Joseph  James  Slemenda 
John  Charles  Steinberg 
Richard  Philemon  Stout 
Harry  Nicholas  Tatomer 
Hodge  Scott  Taylor 
Francis  Edward  Weeg 
Fred  Ernest  Wintzer 
Chester  Arvid  Wohlberg 
Joseph  Samuel  Wooters 
Donald  Maxwell  Wroughton,  with 

High  Honors 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  ig^j 


19 


The  College  of  Commerce  and  Business 
Administration 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Accountancy 


Dallas  Fay  Achenbach 

Helen  Dolores  Aleksiun 

Carl  Brice  Archibald 

Harvey  Donald  Bender 

John  George  Bertoglio,  with  Honors 

Tracy  Leonard  Beswick 

Paul  Frederick  Blass 

Byron  Boyd  Blout 

Robert  Allen  Bowen 

Hymen  Burstein,  with  High  Honors 

George  S.  Cerny,  with  Honors 

Elmer  Paul  Cluver 

Max  Eugene  Cooper 

Sidney  Corush 

Benjamin  Franklin  Cummings 

James  O.  Eaton 

Harris  Wyland  Ehler 

Kenneth  Charles  Ekiss 

Richard  Bundy  Ensign 

Jack  Lawrence  Fennie,  with  High 

Honors 
William  Curtis  Fossett,  with  Honors 
Frank  John  Frech,  Jr. 
John  Karl  Gaines,  with  Honors 
Robert  Frederick  Gillhouse 
Fred  William  Grohne,  Jr. 
Emory  Charles  Guynn,  with  Honors 
William  Digby  Gltynn 
WiLLBURT  Dunn  Ham,  with  Honors 
Conrad  Frank  Hlavacek 
Nolan  Naney  Hodges 
Joseph  James  Janecek 
Leon  Northrup  Johnston 
Sarah  Katz 
Joseph  Peter  Kerpan 
Sara  Kxass 


John  William  Kluberg,  with  Honors 

Robert  Raymond  Lauber,  with  Honors 

Robert  Egnell  Laurence 

Donald  Edward  Lawrence 

Herman  Lee 

William  Joseph  Lierman,  Jr. 

Marvin  Tallman  Lindsay 

Kenneth  Reginald  McNamara 

Robert  Lewis  Meriwether 

Donald  Frederick  Nemitz 

John  Cooper  O'Leary 

Eugene  Wilson  Osborn 

William  Arthur  Parrish,  with  Honors 

Paltl  Forrest  Pattengale 

Henry  Nagel  Pieper,  with  Honors 

Joseph  Wendell  Ponder 

William  Philip  Porch,  with  High 

Honors 
Melville  Jltlius  Saunders 
Joseph  Andrew  Shulmistras 
Paltl  Arnold  Smith 
Robert  D.  Smith 

Robert  John  Stettner,  with  Honors 
Leo  G.  Swinehart 
Laurence  Martin  Thompson 
Albert  Triebel,  Jr. 
Wendell  Piggott  Trumbull 
George  Benjamin  Vasen,  with  High 

Honors 
Nelson  Dowell  Wakefield,  with 

Honors 
William  Walcott  Watson 
William  John  Wolf 
Fredrick  Edward  Wood 
Gordon  Zelle 


In  Accountancy  and  Banking  and  Finance 
Blanche  Irene  Czakler 


In  Banking  and  Finance 

Everett  Layton  Albin,  with  Honors 

Jewett  Cole 

Philip  Arnold  Crihfield 

Alfred  Charles  Henning 

Milton  Clark  Hess,  Jr. 

John  Edmund  Jensen 

Frances  Jane  Moore 


Howard  Whitfield  Morgan,  with 

Honors 
Ralph  Shearer  Morgan 
Joseph  Mark  Schumacher 
Leonard  B.  Smith 
John  McClelland  Spooner 
Gordon  Gray  Warder 


20 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  ipj/ 


In  Commerce  and  Law 


Ira  Morton  Blitzen 
William  Charles  Burt 
Carl  Liptner  Goldstein 
Preston  King  Johnson,  Jr. 
Chester  Edwin  Keller 
James  David  Mosest  Jr. 
Ivan  E.  Odle 


Edward  Bernard  Rasmessen,  Jr. 

Milton  Rubin 

Robert  Joseph  Sanders 

Carroll  English  Snyder 

John  Leroy  Stewart 

Homer  Reamer  Wallar 

John  Brown  White 


In  Commercial  Teaching 
Dorothy  Freeman  Freese 

In  Foreign  Commerce 

Derrick  Lynn  Brewster  Eugene  Lee  Lopez 

Mary  Lou  Cheaney  Morris  Soifer 

Wayne  Dow  Hudson  Virginia  Marie  Visser 

John  Davis  Kibler  Dorothy  Jean  Weaver 

In  General  Business 


James  L.  Allen,  Jr. 

Russell  Lawrence  Armour 

Omer  Virgil  Bader 

Faith  Magdelene  Baer 

Frederick  William  Baum 

Edward  Emil  Belsky 

Robert  Henry  Berman 

William  Donald  Bishop 

Britt  Blair 

Daniel  Miles  Blumenshine 

Charles  Edward  Bolin 

Florence  Elizabeth  Booth,  with  High 

Honors 
Morton  Harris  Bowman 
Lester  Alan  Brock 
Paul  Lowry  Brown 
Emerald  Henry  Bundy 
Charles  Hazelton  Burnham 
Harold  Winther  Busch,  Jr. 
Zerah  Amos  Campbell 
Frank  John  Charvat,  with  Honors 
John  Van  Coyner 
Richard  Bradford  Crook 
Wilbur  Ripple  Cureton 
William  Forrest  David 
Donald  Miller  Doneghue 
Charles  Edward  Duncan,  Jr. 
Chester  Harold  Elder,  Jr. 
Richard  Herbert  Engleman 
Robert  Leon  Faber 
Walter  Alfred  Garrett 
Nels  Paul  Malcolm  Gerden 
Edmond  Milton  Click 
John  Gray  Grigsby 
John  Edward  Hackleman 
Hamilton  Hall 
William  Logan  Hampton 
George  Fredrick  Handley 
Clyde  Frederick  Helm 
Edmund  Vincent  Henry 
DeVon  McCaughey  Hizer 
John  Leroy  Hynd,  Jr. 


Carleton  John  Jacobson 
Harold  Rudolph  James 
Howard  Douglas  Johnson 
Joseph  Coughlin  Johnson 
George  Richard  Kandl 
Helen  Hope  Katzmann 
Robert  James  Kiest 
Edna  Koller 
Willard  Odas  Lape 
William  Keil  Lawrence 
Max  Stuart  Leach 
Max  Norwood  Lehman 
Ross  Crawford  Lyman 
Charles  Nicholas  Mallory 
Kenneth  George  Mayes 
Jack  Boaz  McFarland 
Edward  John  McGowen 
Carl  William  McIntosh 
Jack  Edward  McNevin 
John  William  Meehan 
David  Felmley  Meek 
Donald  AIatthew  Menke 
Harold  Mestek 
Donald  Tillotson  Miller 
Anita  Lillian  Milleville 
Robert  Hanson  Mitchell 
Paul  Louis  Moschel 
Albert  Danforth  Mulliken 
DuANE  Albert  Murray 
Joseph  Connor  Murray 
Frances  Carolyn  Nelson 
Charles  Albert  Newlin 
Thomas  Andrew  Noland 
Charles  McDonald  Oehmke 
Warren  Cole  Overman 
Robert  Donald  Partlow 
Ernest  Charles  Pleschner 
Donald  John  Poole 
Georgiana  Powers 
Charles  Douglas  Prescott,  with 

Honors 
Robert  Hoyt  Price 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  ip^T 


21 


Arnold  George  Pxirkis 
Otis  Willoughby  Randolph 
Marvin  Ames  Reynolds 
Charles  Alexander  Richmann 
George  Albert  Richner 
Robert  William  Riegel 
William  Henry  Rife 
Jason  Ellis  Robinson 
Jack  Rubin 

Richard  Waldo  Sanborn 
Jeanne  Lois  Scarratt 
Harold  Hillard  Schwab 
Margaret  Loluse  Scott 
William  Adolph  Shroyer 
Knowlton  Ames  Smithers 
Kenneth  Raymond  Speer 
Frank  Louis  Stack 
Arthur  Blair  Stark 


Walter  Gordon  Still 

Joseph  Stone 

Howard  Arthur  Stotler,  Jr. 

John  Charles  Suerth 

James  McFarland  Taylor,  with 

Honors 
Kenneth  Edward  Timm 
Jordan  Truitt 
Robert  Charles  Verkler 
George  Edward  Vitoux,  with  Honors 
Willis  Otto  Wahlfeld 
James  Eric  Wasson 
Richard  Lincoln  Weissenborn 
Eugene  Joseph  Whalen 
Norbert  Harold  White 
William  George  Whyte 
John  Lewis  Wier 
Dene  Walter  Zahn 


In  Industrial  Administration 

Robert  Alfons  Bretscher  Walter  Carl  ]\Ieyer 

Millard  Eugene  Castle  Marvin  Elery  Monk,  Jr. 

Thomas  Earl  Ent^ett  Harry  Francis  Ream,  Jr. 

Robert  Warren  Gehring  Amos  Milton  Schuster 

Joseph  Jay  Gibberman  James  Donald  Scott 

Francis  Sylvester  Goold  Sherman  Ezra  Taylor 

Homer  Langdon  Hadley,  Jr.  Nick  Vigna 

David  Hogan  Edward  Theodore  Wood 


Bernard  Chesley  Grain 


In  Insurance 

William  John  Maurits,  Jr. 


22 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  iQS7 


The  College  of  Engineering 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Agricultural  Engineering 
Eugene  Wallace  McGaan 


Bradley  Charles  Gardner,  Jr. 

Floyd  Allen  Hummel 

Gale  Heston  Jones 

Leon  Robert  Kolovsky 

Max  Miller 

Fredrick  Adolph  Petersen 


In  Ceramics 

Daniel  Bernard  Rapoport 

Harold  Albert  Schwartz 

Hubert  Jacob  Smaltz 

Howard  Oscar  Snodgrass 

Walter  Marion  Turner,  with  Honors 


In  Ceramic  Engineering 

Melville  Leroy  Combs  Julius  Horelick 

La  Verne  Godfrid  Ekholm  Albert  Roy  Lesar 

Wayne  Xalpha  Fay  James  Earl  McFarland,  Jr. 

James  Harold  Ginther  Allen  Knowlton  Porter 

Leo  George  Goldberg  Norman  Schoeppel,  with  High  Honors 

John  Parker  Guild  Walter  Jennings  Senters 

In  Civil  Engineering 


Kenneth  Carl  Anderson 
Victor  Paul  Bonucchi 
Alfred  Bartlett  Bourgo 
Robert  E.  Burns 
John  Carl  Deisenroth 
Thomas  Paul  DeWan 
William  Robert  Elden,  Jr. 
Louis  Fiedler 
Robert  Franklin  Foster 
Richard  Jaccoud  Franklin 
William  Freeman 
Richard  Henry  Gade 
John  Merrill  Goodell 
Myron  Lee  Gossard 
Karl  E.  Grohne 
James  Raymond  Hamilton 
Frank  Bernard  Henderson,  Jr. 
Dean  Stanley  Kingman 
Elmer  A.  Kraft 
Louis  Henry  Kristof 

In  Electrical 

Ernest  Harold  Ardahl 

Ernest  Layman  Berninger 

Arthur  Saul  Brown 

Carl  Edward  Campbell 

John  Sedgwick  Capps 

Norman  Richard  Carson 

Edward  Cwiklo,  with  High  Honors 

Jljlius  J.  Deitz 

James  Lowell  Dennis 

Karle  DeWolf 

Theodore  Dombrowski 


Frank  Anton  Kveton,  Jr. 

Carl  William  Muhlenbruch,  Jr. 

Elmer  Harold  Olson 

Pete  Antonio  Pakutinsky 

Charles  Joseph  Poppe 

Walter  Adolf  Renner 

William  George  Reynolds 

Edwin  Guy  Robbins 

Donald  Stephen  Robinson 

Jack  C.  Rogers 

John  Donald  Schulz 

Harry  Ellsworth  Skinner,  with 

Honors 
Charles  Monroe  Slaymaker,  Jr. 
John  Robert  Stipp 
Francis  Jefferson  Tytus 
Walter  Edward  Willard 
Charles  Kenneth  Willett 
Ernest  William  Zelnick  * 


Engineering 

Austin  Arthur  Robert  Dyson 
Orville  Jordan  Filers 
Frank  Albert  Ghiselli 
William  Price  Hoban 
Edward  Hong 
Richard  Lawrence  Hull 
Leo  Elbert  James 

WiLHELM  HiNRICH  JaNSSEN 

Raymond  Andrew  Kempf 
Edwin  Albert  Link 
Richard  Roy  Little 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  iQ^"/ 


23 


William  Charles  Manchester 
Howard  Bernard  Mauch 
Herbert  James  AIcSkimin,  with 

Honors 
Walter  Milewski 
Allen  Kearney  Miller 
James  Murrel  Miller 
Carl  Magne  Milner 
Harold  Theodore  Pearson 
Harold  Arthur  Petersen 
Kenneth  George  Roth 


Robert  Adam  Schneider 
Martin  Shapiro 
Victor  Wayne  South 
Curtis  Hawley  Stout 
Harold  DeHaven  Townsend 
Robert  Trachtenberg 
Verne  Edward  Trummel 
Verley  Reed  Tullis 
Charles  Tenny  Vallette 
John  Robert  Williams 
Aldrich  Zmeskal,  with  Honors 


John  Franklin  Hunt 


In  Engineering  Physics 

Darrell  Carney  Romick 


In  General  Engineering 

Walter  Black  Raymond  Charles  Arthur  Purl 

Edward  Frank  Dudley,  Jr.  Robert  Buford  Stampfle,  with  High 
Lawrence  Emil  Heinen  Honors 

James  Mackenzie  Hennig  Robert  William  Weldon 

Robert  Hermann  Lehmpuhl  George  Gustav  Youngstrum 
Herbert  Harold  Mitchell 

In  Mechanical  Engineering 


John  Laurance  Barker,  Jr. 

George  D.  Batterton 

Daniel  Blum 

James  William  Boyd 

Herbert  Lincoln  Chessman 

Edward  L.  Cornell,  Jr. 

James  Henry  Coulter,  Jr. 

Lloyd  C.  Daniel  son 

Ralph  Ellis  Donnelly,  with  Honors 

John  Walter  Eason 

James  Wyman  Eaton 

Harold  Leroy  Fogler 

Theodore  Norman  Hackett 

Charles  Herman  Harszy 

Maurice  Eugene  Harvey 

Paul  Dale  Hess 

Clayton  Erick  Johnson 

Eugene  Frank  Lannert 

Oliver  William  Lemke 

Benjamin  Henry  Levy,  Jr. 

Keith  Lindley 

George  Henry  Logan,  with  Honors 

Robert  Kenning  Lowry 


Donald  Webster  McCafferty 
Bertrand  Norval  McDonald,  with 

Honors 
Harold  Nils  Nilson 
William  Warner  Peters 
Charles  Leonard  Rabe 
John  Albert  Reeves 
William  Augustus  Roglis 
Richard  Teller  Rosander 
Frederick  M.  Scheie 
Kenneth  Seddon 
Philip  Alden  Sidell 
Bruce  K.  Slonneger 
John  Wesley  Spalding,  with  Honors 
Kenneth  Charles  Suhr 
Clarence  Eugene  Tarpley 
John  Anton  Teiber 
Woodrow  Walsh 

Edward  John  Wellman,  with  Honors 
Matt  S.  Wilson 
Gerald  Wisegarver 
John  Marsh  Woleben 


In  Metallurgical  Engineering 

Charles  Walter  Beattie,  Jr.  Harlan  Erwin  Oehler,  with  High 

Clare  Bateman  Carlson  Honors 

Robert  Earle  Grover  Robert  Richmond 

Lowell  Hanna  McCreery,  with  John  William  Sherman 

Honors  John  Alden  Snyder 

Leonard  Tofft 


24 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  ig^j 


In  Mining  Engineering 

Ernest  Cortland  Adams,  with  Honors       Frederick  William  Meyer 
Amzi  Garrison  Gossard 

In  Railway  Electrical  Engineering 

George  Dudley  Smythe  Johnson  Robert  William  Tonning,  Jr. 

Mark  Brown  Moore 

In  Railway  Mechanical  Engineering 
Neff  Raymond  Ball  William  Robert  White,  Jr.,  with 


Richard  John  Kirsten 
Frederic  Marich 


High  Honors 


The  College  of  Agriculture 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science  , 
In  Agriculture 


Ralph  Clayton  Ainsworth 

John  Cook  Alison 

Robert  Benjamin  Arnold 

Richard  Dale  Baker 

LoYD  Wayne  Barker 

Frederick  Peirson  Bierer,  with  High 

Honors 
Richard  George  Boardman 
Martin  Orlando  Bohlen 
Bernard  Benjamin  Bohren 
Dana  Turner  Boyd 
Donald  Ray  Clark 
Elin  Edwin  Cockrum,  with  Honors 
Robert  Ryan  Copper,  with  High 

Honors 
Robert  M.  Dole 
Eugene  Ellis  Downing 
Eugene  Frederick  Duncan 
Paul  Herman  Ebeling 
Chester  Rudolph  Eshelman 
Elden  Kenneth  Faulkner,  with 

Honors 
William  Wayne  Fennell 
Donald  Bryce  Ferguson,  with  Honors 
Robert  Willis  Gardner,  with  Honors 
William  Bruce  Gardner,  with  Honors 
A.  Morton  Goldberg 
Loren  William  Hardy 
Claud  Henry  Harrold,  Jr. 
Kenneth  E.  W.  Harshbarger 
Grant  Henry  Hartman 
Robert  Howey 
David  Fred  Hubbard 
Eldon  Hufford 
Irving  Monroe  Huggins 
Jarvis  Chandler  Hurd 
Sheldon  Harris  Irish 
DwiGHT  Norman  Jewell 


Raymond  Hal  Johnson 

Kyle  Warner  Keeffer 

Walter  Jacob  King 

Charles  Kenneth  Lane,  with  High 

Honors 
James  Robert  Lee 
Howard  Samuel  Lowry 
Earl  Edwin  Lutz 
Alexander  Osborne  Macreff 
Theodore  Nelson  Mangner 
Laurence  Edward  Manning 

WiLLARD   B.   MaNNON 

JuDSON  Philip  Mason 
Owen  Christian  Maue 
Donald  Gray  McAllister 
Paul  William  McKey 
Clarence  Wesly  Mies 
Carl  LaVern  Miller 
Robert  Charles  Miller 
Werner  Lind  Nelson,  with  High 

Honors 
John  Keith  Parks 
Charles  Donald  Perkinson 
Lewis  Neal  Peugh 
James  Ethelbert  Potts 
Ernest  John  Rauschenberger 
James  Frederick  Reeve 
George  William  Ross,  Jr. 
Arthur  Leonard  Schick 
John  Emerson  Scholl 
Dean  LeRoy  Searls 
Arthur  Plummer  Sidwell,  with 

Honors 
Floyd  Monroe  Smith 
George  Edward  Smith 
John  Andrew  Snyder 
Lillian  Mary  Snyder 
Gordon  Alfred  Sowers 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  /p57 


25 


Kenneth  Oliver  Sowers 
Robert  Ellsworth  Spangler 
John  Robert  Spear 
Cheslea  Charles  Taylor 
Alfred  Henry  Thalman 
Edgar  Franklin  Walborn 
Ernest  Warren  Walker 


Orville  Herman  Warfel 

Robert  Johnson  Webb,  with  Honors 

Wayne  Arthur  Wise 

Max  Jay  Worthington,  with  High 

Honors 
Forrest  Johnathan  Wright 
Eugene  Gundy  Young 


In  Floriculture 


John  William  Amling 

Walter  Nelson  Brown 

John  Robert  Culbert,  with  High 

Honors 
Eleanor  Dolch,  with  Honors 
Robert  William  Doolittle,  with 

Honors 
LoN  Foster,  Jr. 
Lloyd  Allyn  Coding 


Lyon  Weldon  Hartman 
Marcel  Albert  Hrnak,  Jr.,  with 

Honors 
Hadley  Paul  Moore 
Helen  Rachel  Parker,  with  High 

Honors 
Mary  Jane  Saunders 
Flossie  Fern  Witt 


In  Home  Economics 


Carolyn  Jane  Agnew 

Lucille  Ellen  Elizabeth  Albrecht, 

with  Honors 
Lois  Winifred  Almy 
Geraldine  Anderson 
Elizabeth  Freeman  Bashen 
Nellie  May  Berry 
Lois  Evelyn  Betzer 
Florence  Caroline  Bodenbach,  with 

Honors 
^L\rjorie  Mae  Boe 
Gertrude  Abbott  Brandon 
AIary  Melvena  Bray 
Luna  Sue  Brown 
Gladys  Irene  Coventry 
Ruth  Curry 
Clyda  Jean  Deputy 
Margaret  Drake 
Margaret  Ann  Edmonds 
Elizabeth  Mary  Eisele 
Mary  Elizabeth  Friend,  with  High 

Honors 
Louise  Hackmann 
Dorothy  Jane  Hall 
Weber  Lloyd  Hamilton 
Helen  Lucile  Haughton 
Julia  Irene  Hermie 
Frances  Arlene  Hodgson 
Georgia  Dorothy  Hoffman 
Katharine  Mary  Horan 
Louise  Harriet  Hoskins 
Dorothy  Mae  Irwin 
Elma  Catherine  Johnson 


Florence  Marietta  Johnson 

Helen  Gertrude  Jones 

Mary  Katherine  Jones 

Ladyne  Elizabeth  Kleckner 

Opal  Ione  Kreig 

Beth  Belle  LaReaux 

Roberta  Virginia  Little 

Aleta  Eleanor  Logan 

Lois  Cecille  Louis 

Margaret  Josephine  Mann 

Millicent  Elaine  Marshall 

Margaret  Esther  McIntire 

Margaret  Alberta  Cox  Minor 

Gladys  Marie  Page 

Mary  Adeline  Parks 

Corinne  Price 

Violet  Susan  Anne  Raber 

Mary  Luranah  Randall,  with  Honors 

Dorothy  Lucille  Ranes 

Nellie  Mae  Ratcliffe 

Doris  Lucile  Ray 

Dora  Ellen  Rayburn 

Treva  Estaline  Richison 

Gladys  Margaret  Riggs 

Helen  Maxine  Ruby 

Hazel  Elizabeth  Schaad 

Alice  Elisabeth  Smith 

Helen  Audre  Smith 

Cynthia  Hahn  Stocker 

Evelyn  Dorothy  Sydow 

Margaret  Elizabeth  Wehking 

Naomi  Louise  Zimmerly 

Erline  Pearl  Zipse 


26 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  JP57 


The  College  of  Education 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Education 


Howard  Wallace  Abernathie 

Amelia  Lucille  Anderson 

Lois  Marie  Anderson,  with  Honors  in 

Mathematics 
Ruth  Helen  Anderson 
Mary  Louise  Austin 
Margaret  Eloise  Baker 
Donald  White  Baldwin 
William  Hardin  Battershell 
Mary  Helen  Beck 
John  Clarence  Bell 
Edna  Frances  Bergstrom 
Josephine  Camella  Bevilacqua 
Ruth  Irene  Beynon 
Samuel  Marion  Henry  Birdzell 
Kathryn  Elizabeth  Bonfield 
Marian  Evalyn  Bothwell 
James  Albert  Boltla 
Jean  Renning  Brand 
Maurice  Merz  Brandenburg 
Mary  Frances  Brandt 
Pauline  Brenner 
Leah  Jane  Bricker 
Mary  Virginia  Brinton 
Ada  Elizabeth  Brown 
Christine  Buchholz 
Ada  Margaret  Buck 
Mary  Elizabeth  Burns 
Jean  McClellan  Campbell 
Jane  Arlene  Carrier 
John  William  Carson 
Lee  J.  Chenoweth 
John  Arthur  Clapp 
Dorothy  Jayne  Clark 
Janet  Livingston  Clark 
Antoinette  Louise  Clifton 
Margaret  Mary  Clinch 
Chase  Cutler  Coffey 
Zelda  Cohn 
Rachel  Marie  Collins 
Harry  Austin  Combes 
Bruce  Edmund  Conklln 
Margaret  Mae  Coon 
Marjorie  Elizabeth  Corder 
Raymond  Charles  Costabile 
John  Blair  Crawford,  Jr. 
Marjorie  Buene  Cross 
Lenora  Madeline  Crowley 
Adelaide  Rosemary  Dadant 
Isabelle  Davidson,  with  Honors  in 

French 
Dea  Louise  DeVore 
Margaret  Dolores  Dickson 
Winifred  Geraldine  Dodds 


Catherine  Dolch 

Alice  Spottswood  DuVal 

Eugene  Dykstra 

Emery  Ellsworth  Ebbert 

Earl  Franklin  Ellis 

Elaine  Ranghild  Engstrom 

Martha  June  Eret 

Naomi  Ruth  Erickson 

Eloise  Katherine  Eshbaugh 

Solveig  Pauline  Espevik 

Jane  Louise  Falkenstein 

Jean  Marie  Fallon 

Lenice  Lezetta  Fischer 

Eleanor  Virgene  Forth,  with  Honors 

in  Spanish 
Grace  Mary  Francis 
Murray  Franklin 
Ellma  Miriam  Frantz 
Lucille  Friedman 
Durward  Mac  Geer 
Inez  E.  Gieseking 
Olga  Marie  Gilster 
Horace  Edward  Greeley 
Robert  Somerville  Grieve 
Alma  Grimmich 
Mary  Martha  Grisamore 
Richard  Edward  Guthier 
James  Eugene  Hagen 
Edyth  Charlotte  Hakes 
LeRoy  Albin  Halberg 
Clarence  Hale 
Doris  Marie  Hans 
Stasia  Hayman 
George  Byron  Healy 
Jeannette  Heimbaugh 
Clarence  Francis  Helmrath 
Wilbur  Lee  Henry 
Mardelle  Maizie  Higgins 
Elizabeth  Anne  Hills 
Frederick  Richard  Hines 
John  Corbus  Hoffman 
John  Edward  Holloway 
Elaine  Hood 
Emilie  Hrdlicka 
Lillian  Mae  Hubbs 
Mary  Minerva  Iles 
Marion  Fay  Inkster 
Margaret  Fawkes  Irwin 
Naci  Iskender 
Virginia  Maie  Jarman 
Anne  Jarnitzky 
Maxine  Anita  Jaycox 
James  John  Jelinek,  Jr. 
Helen  Margaret  Jeske 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  ig^y 


27 


Evelyn  Florence  Johnson 

Eva  Roberta  Kaplan 

Beulah  AI.  Dalbey  Kennedy 

AIaurice  Donald  Kepner 

Leo  Ben  Kneer 

William  Louis  Koch 

Anne  Elizabeth  Kovanda,  with 

Honors  in  Biology 
Clifford  Woods  Kuhn 
Edith  Kostner  Lang 
DoRRis  Jean  Laxgman 
Lawrence  Francis  Lauck 
Ruth  Bernice  Lavenau 
John  Dunlap  LeMarr 
Frank  Richard  Leonette 
Mary  Louise  Lescher 
Sarah  Helen  Long 
Mary  Eleanor  Longley 
Elsie  Lozar 
Bonita  Elizabeth  Lyons,  with  Honors 

in  Education 
Ruth  Louise  Malan 
Marian  AL^lmsten 
Kathryn  Eunice  Marsh 
Ju.\NiTA  Irene  AIcAlister 
Lillian  Arlene  AIcCallister 
LuELLA  Ruth  AIcCormick 
John  Joseph  AIcDonald 
Alta  Lucille  AIcGaan 
Jack  Claltd  AIcIlvoy 
Jane  McIntyre 
Clarabelle  AIcKinlay 
Florence  Esther  AIcLaughlin 
Emma  Caroline  AIeissner 
Charles  Edward  Meyers,  with  Honors 

in   History  and   High   Honors   in 

Education 
Barbara  Elizabeth  AIiller 
Edward  Wassar  AIills 
Jean  Jennie  Lucile  AIonroe 
Martha  Alberta  Montgomery 
Andrew  Ensley  AIonts 
Harold  Allen  AIoore 
Irene  AIoore 
Mary  Sampson  Moors 
LaRue  Morris 
Don  Harlan  AIorrison 
Virginia  Evangeline  AIowrer 
Genevieve  Bonita  Mixnson 
Ellouise  Nesbit  Naumann 
Gay  Nelson 
ICenneth  James  Nelson 
Marjorie  Ann  Newlands 
Jlxia  Ann  Noel 
Julius  Adam  Nykiel 
George  ^^loysius  O'Connell,  Jr. 
Mary  Willidean  O'Neill 
Gwendolyn  Ruth  Orsinger 
Molly  Ruth  Owen 
Felicia  Marie  Jean  Pacelli 
Philip  Alfred  Pacyna 


John  Lowe  Parker 

Arthur  Robert  Parkison 

Marjorie  Ruth  Paullin 

June  Donmeyer  Pellett 

Joseph  Oliver  Perry 

Levett  Alphy  Peters 

Rhoba  Phillips 

Clarence  Louis  Polaski 

Ida  Effie  Pollard 

Joseph  J.  Portle 

Paul  Stewart  Prather 

Edmund  Carpenter  Puddicombe,  with 

Honors  in  Biology 
Doris  May  Putnam 
Edward  Teese  Putt 
James  Howard  Quick 
Jeanne  Frances  Ranger 
Emory  Keith  Rees,  with  High  Honors 

in  German 
Marjorie  Lenore  Reisz 
Michelle  Resnick 
Hattie  Ethel  Rice 
Charles  Elbert  Ritter,  Jr. 
AIary  Jeanette  Roberts 
Kathryn  Elizabeth  Rothert 
RowENA  Lois  Rudasill 
Frances  Ardine  Russell 
LaVerne  AIarjorie  Sammons,  with 

Honors  in  Latin  and  in  Education 
George  Albert  Satter,  with  Honors 

in  Education 
Elvin  Collins  Sayre 
Virginia  Mary  Scanlin 
William  John  Schuck 
AIarie  Antoinette  Schuerman 
Carl  Milton  Schultz 
Keith  Wimmer  Seales 
Louise  AIarie  Senf 
Isabel  Siegel 
Wayne  Hessong  Silver 
Edith  Ada  Silverman 
Ralph  Sincha  Silverstein 
Helen  Irene  Simpson 
Mathilda  Casagrande  Simpson 
Dorothy  Emily  Soukup 
Bernice  Loretta  Spain 
Gladys  Eleanor  Spencer 
Margaret  Elene  Squires 
Roland  Edward  Starck 
Albert  William  Statkus 
John  Andrew  Sterling 
Lois  Marian  Stinson 
Josephine  Stroker 
Esther  Hannah  Stuttle 
Betty  Erma  Sundmacher 
Theodore  Stephen  Sunko 
Paul  LaVern  Swan 
Harold  Arthur  Swanson 
Merritt  Wesley  Tait 
William  Robert  Temple 


28 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  iQSy 


Thelma  Faye  Tendick 
Robert  William  Tennyson 
Madeline  Ann  Toulme 
Helen  Lavon  Trolliet 
Betty  Florence  Turck 
Babette  Twaite 
Lois  Ruth  Tweedy 
Marceine  Harriet  Vandaveer 
Catherine  Elizabeth  Van  Gerpen 
Marion  Virginia  Villiger 
James  Joseph  Vopicka 
Marion  Curtis  Walker 
Margaret  Marie  Wanderer 
Richard  Espy  Ward 
Ruth  Felps  Weakly 


Phyllis  Verne  Wear 
Martha  Olive  Wesner 
Pearl  Winifred  Wheaton 
Annette  Wieder 
Eloise  Lamkins  Wilkins 
Louise  Elaine  Wilmot 
Bernice  Adelaide  Wilson 
Dorothy  Elizabeth  Wilson 
Thomas  Parr  Wilson 
Leona  Henrietta  Wintermeyer 
Ruth  Olive  Witcraft 
William  George  Wittmann 
Merrill  John  Zavodsky 
Dorothy  Ruth  Zerv^^eck 
Christine  Zoller 


In  Home  Economics  Education 

Mary  Elizabeth  Cordis  Jeannette  Allen  Hodson 

Mary  Liona  Crippin  Betty  Price 

Ruby  Marie  Elliot  Maxine  Olive  Rosenberger 
Emma  Lucille  Hiller 


In  Industrial  Education 


Willard  Arthur  Hardy 


The  College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Architectural  Engineering 


Chester  Charles  Brandt 
Thomas  Emery  Bull 
Bainbridge  Bunting 
Charles  Lyman  Ellis,  Jr. 
Warren  Elwood  Glover,  v^^ith  High 

Honors 
Robert  Frank  Hastings,  with  High 

Honors 


Thomas  Justin  Imbs 

Fred  Henry  Jobusch 

Ferdinand  Alois  Loebach 

Jack  J.  Mackland 

Grable  Barceleaux  Weber,  Jr. 

Carl  Anton  Weers 

Melvin  George  Weith 


In  Architecture 


Stanley  Houghton  Arthur 
Arthur  Alfonso  Carrara 
Donald  Ricker  Hodgson 
Barbara  Matilda  Knipp 
Robert  Bush  Little,  with  Honors 
Virgil  John  Miller 
Warren  Robert  Richardson 


Fred  William  Schurecht 
William  Shinderman 
Raymond  John  Stuermer,  with 

Honors 
Isidore  David  Tabachnick 
Eugene  Wasserman 


In  Music  Education 


Allen  Perdue  Britton,  with  Honors 

Mary  Jane  Carter 

Dorothea  June  Cox,  with  High 

Honors 
Helen  Forsyth 
Helen  Elizabeth  Jackson 


Alonzo  Frank  Lape 
Joyce  Virginia  Malott 
George  Harold  Milkwick 
Mary  Eliza  Mills 
Doris  Christine  Olson 
Graham  Theodore  Overgard 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  ipsy 


29 


Dorothy  Louise  Parker 
Kathryn  Luelle  Phillips 
AIary  Marjorie  Sharp 
Leonard  Adrian  Smith 
Joe  Dean  Stanley 
Carl  Robert  Stover 
Vivian  Pr.\tt  Taylor 


Dorothy  Frances  Trafton 
George  Mitchell  Turmail 
Thelma  Louise  Utterback,  with 

Honors 
Fred  William  Westphal,  Jr. 
Peggy  Wilson 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Music 


Charles  Herbert  Beckman 
Robert  Maurice  Blackard 
Ashley  Roy  Coffman 


Mark  Frank  DeLeonard 
Doris  Evangeline  Vance,  v^^ith  High 
Honors 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Fine  Arts 

In  Art  Education 

Jean  Emory  Wilson,  with  Honors 


Fred  Edwin  Joerger,  with  Honors 
Mary  Augusta  Thomas 


In  Landscape  Architecture 

George  Fairbanks  Causey  Samuel  Leslie  Huddleston 

Glenn  AIorris  Dunkle  Rodney  Sincere  Straus 

Donald  Clayton  Ge.a.ke 


In  Painting 


Kenneth  Roberts  Barrick,  with 

Honors 
Barbara  Louise  Busch 
^L'^rtha  Saylor  Callen 
George  Br.'\dford  Dearing 
Eleanor  Virginia  Hoyt 
Reginald  Earl  Meeker 


Charlotte  Louise  Miller 

Duncan  Coffin  Morrison 

Martha  Hartley  Rusk 

Marion  Seiler 

Henry  Volle,  Jr. 

E.  Lucille  Wilderman 

Walter  Conrad  Wolf 


The  College  of  Law 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Laws 


Paul  Alexander  Altier,  B.S.,  1935 
RoscoE  Lawrence  Ball,  Jr.,  A.B.,  1935 
Frank  Claude  Barnes,  A.B.,  1935 
John  Barr,  B.S.,  1935 
John  Henry  Barth,  B.S.,  1935 
Samuel   N.   Barth,   A.B.,   1935,   with 

Honors 
RoY.\L    Jay    B.\rtrum,    A.B.,    Illinois 

Wesleyan    University,    1934,    with 

Honors 
Bernard  Benedetto,  B.S.,  1936 
Wayne      Raymond      Bettner,      B.S., 

Northwestern      University,      1934, 

with  Honors 
Olin    Lorraine    Browder,    Jr.,    A.B., 

I935i  with  Honors 
Howard    Williams    Campbell,    A.B., 

1934 


Clinton  Oliver  Clark,  Jr.,  A.B.,  1935 
Byron  LeRoy  Connell,  B.S.,  1935 
John  Davis  Daily,  B.S.,  1935 
John  Thomas  Dickinson,  A.B.,  Illi- 
nois   Wesleyan    University,    1934, 
with  Honors 
Theodore  Bradford  Durfee,  A.B.,  1935 
Wesley  Alfred  Eberle,  B.S.,  1935 
Edward  Christian  Eberspacher,  Jr., 

A.B.,  1930 
WiLLARD  Leland  Eckhardt,  B.S.,  1935, 

with  High  Honors 
Fred  Raymond  Eiseman,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1935 
Frances    Eleanor    Elfstrand,    A.B., 

1935 
Kenneth  Edward  Evans,  A.B.,  1935 
William  Howard  Gates 
J.  Harold  Glascock,  B.S.,  1935 


30 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  ip37 


Roy  Harold  Glockhoff,  A.B.,  1934 
Bernard  Thomas  Grimes,  B.Ed.,  Illi- 
nois State  Normal  University,  1934 
James  Rice  Hansgen,  A.B.,  1934 
Lawrence  Raymond  Hatch,  B.S.,  1935 
Robert  John  Horberg,  A.B.,  Augustana 

College,  1934 
William  Webb  Johnson,  B.S.,  1934 
Elwood  Kendrick,  B.S.,  North  Dakota 

Agricultural  College,  1933 
Thomas  Bryant  Kennedy,  A.B.,  1934 
Virginia  Morris  Keusink,  A.B.,  1935 
Robert  Henry  Kinderman,  B.S.,  1935, 

with  Honors 
Samuel  Houston  Lay,  A.B.,  1936 
Nelson  Hall  Layman,  B.S.,  1935 
Isadore  Irving  Leiken,  A.B.,  Eureka 

College,  1935 
Wayne  Thurlow  Lewis,   A.B.,   1935, 

with  Honors 
Ruth  Elizabeth  Leydig,  A.B.,  1935 


Edwin  Wilmer  Merrick,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1934 
Robert  E.  Mills,  B.S.,  Northwestern 

University,  1933 
Wendell  Edson  Oliver,  B.Ed.,  Illinois 

State  Normal  University,  1934 
Clarence  Eck  Partee,  B.S.,  1935 
Sam  Solomon  Pessin,  A.B.,  1935 
Frank  Theodore  Plattner,  A.B.,  1935 
John  Everett  Richards,  A.B.,  1935 
Howard  Tice  Ruff,  B.S.,  1935 
Edwin  Wells  Sale,  B.S.,  Northwestern 

University,  1934 
Charles  Francis  Short,  A.B.,  1935 
Sydney  O.  Simon,  A.B.,  1935 
Len  Howard  Small,  A.B.,  1935 
Jim  Elmer  Stiehl,  A.B.,  1936 
Russell  Neil  Sullivan,  A.B.,  Ober- 

lin  College,  1925,  with  High  Honors 
Harry  Carter  Temple,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1934 
Oswald  Dan  Vespa,  B.S.,  1935 
Guy  Rhodes  Williams,  A.B.,  1936 


The  School  of  Journalism 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In 


Llewellyn  Baird 
George  Joseph  Barmann 
Elliott  James  Barnett 
Richard  Field  Beam 
Stanley  George  Bergbom 
Emil  George  Best 
Marian  June  Boruck 
GwEN  Eleanore  Dentinger 
Dorothy  Belle  DuLany 
Charles  Vernon  Ellington 
Jane  Brabant  Engel 
Vivian  Marie  Ettelson 
Jacquetta  Elizabeth  Feavyear 
Mary  Eldon  Fleming 
Richard  Emil  Gauen 
Jean  Louise  Gougler 
Mary  Harmon 
Leslie  Wilson  Higbie 
David  Gardner  Hoff 
Alice  Hudelson 
Edward  Murray  Jones 
Genevieve  Gay  Lewis 
Grace  Luise  Liesendahl 
Katherine  Jane  Lightbody 
Anna  Harriet  McCambridge 
William  Langeman  McCarthy 
Clara  Frances  McGinty 
Robert  Lee  McGuire 


Journalism 

Dorothy  McLaughlin 
Kenneth  Christian  Meyer 
Charles  Weidner  Mills 
Evelyn  Louise  Murphy 
Dolores  Elaine  Nagoda 
Paul  Woodrow  Neidhardt,  with 

Honors 
Nathalene  Dorothy  Nemitz 
Paul  Olafsson 
Richard  Tuttle  Orr 
Harold  Meredith  Page 
Virginia  Palfrey 
Carlton  Albert  Palmer,  Jr. 
William  Robert  Pershall 
Jeanne  Barbara  Phillipson 
Lloyd  Lawrence  Porterfield 
Richard  Kenneth  Redfern 
Dorothy  Louise  Reuse 
Lilbourne  Lester  Rice 
William  Eaton  Scheerer 

NORBERT  ScHENK 

LiLYAN  Muriel  Schrier 

George  Si  ma 

August  Carmin  Sisco 

Lyall  Frederick  Smith,  with  Honors 

Walter  Edward  Sowa,  with  Honors 

Godfrey  Sperling,  Jr. 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  14,  ips7  31 

Robert  Leonard  Steele  Frances  Colleen  Warner 

Edwin  LeRoy  Stoll  David  Cramer  Welling 

WiLLARD  Linn  Thompson  Jane  Evelyn  Wells 

Mary  AIinter  Thomson  Arleen  Wilson,  with  Honors 

Louise  Trimble  Robert  Norman  Wilt 

Charles  Ferdinand  Tuxhorn  Warren  Switzer  Woodall 

Robert  Dean  Upp  Elbert  Alfred  Yagow 


The  School  of  Physical  Education 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Physical  Education 

Margaret  Rose  Cooke  Virginia  Louise  Rugh,  with  Honors 

Temple  Geanell  Hayward  Jean  St.  Clair  Staehling 

Frances  Keys  Cecil  James  Trimble 

Josephine  Payne  Meixner,  with  Arlene  June  Wiegner 

Honors  Virginia  Alta  Wright,  with  Honors 
Frank  Thomas  Nickels 


The  Library  School 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Library  Science 

Alice  Josephine  Abel,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1936 

Edith  Steinman  Allgaier,  A.B.,  University  of  Cincinnati,  1936 

Ilo  Berxadine  Bales,  A.B.,  Simpson  College,  1931,  with  Honors 

John  Robert  Banister,  A.B.,  University  of  Michigan,  1936 

Dorothy  Kathryn  Bartholomew,  A.B.,  Northwestern  University,  1936 

Jean  Watson  Beecher,  B.S.,  Northwestern  University,  1936,  with  Honors 

J^Iary  Alice  Boyett,  B.S.,  University  of  Alabama,  1934 

Anna  Brown,  A.B.,  University  of  Cincinnati,  1936,  with  High  Honors 

Marethal  Burquin,  A.B.,  University  of  Louisville,  1932 

Ruth  Mildred  Clark,  A.B.,  Louisiana  College,  1935 

Flossie  Madeline  Cord,  A.B.,  1935,  with  High  Honors 

Elizabeth  Lucile  Deaderick,  A.B.,  University  of  Tennessee,  1934 

Henry  Vail  Deale,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1937 

Ruth  Noland  Dipboye,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1935 

Dorothy  Genevieve  Dixon,  B.S.,  1931 

Ruth  Madeline -Erlandson,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1928,  with  High  Honors 

Marian  Farr,  A.B.,  Wilmington  College,  1936 

Margaret  Dunning  Flick,  A.B.,  University  of  Richmond,  1930 

Irene  Carroll  Ford,  A.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1936 

Katharine  Forsyth,  A.B.,  H.  Sophie  Newcomb  Memorial  College,  1925,  with 

Honors 
Anna  Evelyn  Foster,  A.B.,  Butler  University,  1934 
Ruth  Mary  Gray,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Drake  University,  1924,  1926;  A.M.,  Columbia 

University,  1930 
Beryl  Emma  Hoyt,  A.B.,  Simpson  College,  1936 

Mary  Sue  Hudson,  A.B.,  Texas  State  College  for  Women  (Denton),  1936 
Bess  Laing  Humphries,  A.B.,  University  of  Cincinnati,  1934 
Emily  Louise  Jackson,  A.B.,  University  of  California  at  Los  Angeles,  1934 


32 Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago,  June  ii,  19^7 

Elizabeth  Jenkins,  A.B.,  Ohio  Wesleyan  University,  1932 

Louis  Kaplan,  B.S.,  University  of  Chattanooga,  1930;  A.M.,  Ohio  State  Univer- 
sity, 1932 
FiDELis  Joseph  Kaufmann,  A.B.,  Columbia  College,  1922 
Jewel  David  Kennemer,  B.S.,  East  Texas  State  Teachers  College  (Commerce), 

193 1 

Charlene  Elizabeth  King,  A.B.,  St.  Ambrose  College,  1936 

Elizabeth  Day  Knapp,  A.B.,  University  of  Toledo,  1935 

Lois  Mae  Lympus,  A.B.,  Simpson  College,  1934,  with  Honors 

Frances  Louise  Macoughtry,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1936 

Lois  Martin,  B.S.,  Southwest  Missouri  State  Teachers  College,  1935 

Winifred  Alma  McCue,  B.S.,  1933 

Dorothy  Barbara  McSkimin,  B.S.,  Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1934 

Clarence  Millard  Mitchell,  A.B.,  Lawrence  College,  1916;  A.M.,  State  Univer- 
sity of  Iowa,  1933 

Ena  Ruth  Moore,  A.B.,  University  of  Tennessee,  1925 

Anna  Neal  Muller,  B.S.,  Kansas  State  College  of  Agriculture  and  Applied 
Science,  1921 

Catherine  Carrie  Nelson,  A.B.,  1934 

Mary-Louise  Gertrude  Neumann,  A.B.,  Carthage  College,  1932 

Clarence  S.  Paine,  A.B.,  University  of  Nebraska,  1936 

Catherine  Amy  Powers,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1936 

Margaret  Cecilia  Rehring,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Cincinnati,  1934,  1937 

Emily  Evalyn  Reich,  A.B.,  East  Central  State  Teachers  College  (Ada,  Okla- 
homa), 1936,  with  Honors 

Dorothy  Mae  Reuss,  A.B.,  Aurora  College,  1935,  with  High  Honors 

Leona  Helen  Ringering,  A.B.,  Shurtleff  College,  1934 

Lucille  Campbell  Rotchford,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1923 

Eleanor  Ruth  Schaefer,  A.B.,  University  of  Missouri,  1936 

Lauretta  Mary  Schmitt,  A.B.,  Rosary  College,  1936 

Pauline  Ellen  Simmons,  A.B.,  Earlham  College,  1933 

Sister  Mary  Celine  O'Malley,  B.S.,  Saint  Xavier  College,  1930 

Eunice  Hazel  Speer,  B.S.,  Kansas  State  Teachers  College  of  Emporia,  1930 

Sarah  Jane  Spencer,  A.B.,  Ohio  Wesleyan  University,  1936 

Marjorie  Jean  Sprake,  A.B.,  Brooklyn  College,  1936 

Felicia  Marie  Sterling,  A.B.,  Columbia  University,  1927 

Harriett  Steuernagel,  A.B.,  Washington  University,  1932 

Mary  Lea  Stewart,  B.S.,  Oklahoma  Agricultural  and  Mechanical  College,  1933 

Ivah  Stout,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1922 

Eudocia  Stratton,  A.B.,  Central  State  Teachers  College  (Mt.  Pleasant,  Michi- 
gan), 1926,  with  Honors 

Margaret  Mary  Sullivan,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1932 

Ora  Thelen,  A.B.,  University  of  California  (Berkeley),  1936 

Donald  Eugene  Thompson,  B.S.,  Iowa  State  College,  1935 

Lauretta  Rea  Trickey,  A.B.,  Phillips  University,  1935 

Esther  Eylene  Vissering,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1936 

Susan  Marie  Watt,  A.B.,  Western  College  for  Women,  1927;  A.M.,  University 
of  Chicago,  1929 

Margaret  Watkins  Wheeler,  A.B.,  Connecticut  College,  1927,  with  Honors 

Arthur  Elmer  Whitenack,  B.S.,  A.M.,  Ohio  State  University,  1926,  1929 

Malcolm  Maclean  Young,  A.B.,  University  of  Georgia,  1934 

Lillian  Helen  Yunger,  A.B.,  1936 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago 
June  11.  1937 


The  College  of  Medicine 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Medicine 


Morris  Aran  Adland 

Donald  William  Anderson 

Stanley  Edward  Anderson 

G.  William  Arends 

Willis  Hugh  Atkinson 

SoDDiE  James  Barkett 

Adolph  Bartoli,  Jr. 

Leonard  Albert  Becker 

Robert  Archie  Beebe 

Paul  Binder 

Jack  James  Bocian 

Emmert  George  Boeke 

George  Joseph  Brebis,  with  Honors 

William  John  Brown 

Alexander  Maurice  Buchholz 

Joseph  Harry  Buckley 

George  Joseph  Cooper 

Thomas  Stewart  Gumming 

Emil  Stephan  Danishek 

Albert  Harold  Diamondstone 

Ralph  Marvin  Dorne 

Maurice  Joseph  Drell 

Jack  Walter  Dworin,  with  Honors 

Louis  Ehrlich 

Norman  James  Ehrlich 

Harold  Martin  Engle,  with  Honors 

Peter  Thomas  Esposito 

Emanuel  Bass  Fagman 

Lawrence  Edmund  Foster 

Kieffer  Evans  Frantz 

Wendell  Rayburn  Freeman 

Leon  Philip  Gardner 

Harold  Xen  Gerber 

Samuel  Bernard  Goodson 

Hyman  Harry  Gordon 

DoNN  Roberts  Gossom 

Alan  D.  Green 

Harold  Anthony  Grimm 

Edward  Stanley  Grossman 

Norton  Robert  Groth 

Florence  Eunice  Hart 

Robert  Dean  Hart 

Fred  Albert  Heimstra 

Francis  Joseph  Hrejsa 

Grover  Donald  Icenogle,  with  Honors 

John  Baptist  Ioriatti 

Harold  Herman  Joffe 

Aldona  Ann  Juska 


Richard  Ernest  Kinzer 

Louis  Klein 

Sidney  Klein,  Ph.G.,  1926 

Sidney  Kligerman 

Sydney  Maurice  Kolodny 

Raymond  Frank  Kondziorski 

Paul  Kotin 

Charles  Rudolph  Kudolla 

Edward  Wickliffe  Kunckel 

Joseph  Francis  Kuzma 

Morris  Lang 

Isadore  Lerner 

Philip  Lerner 

Sydney  Alexander  Lerner 

Lawrence  Arnold  Levitin 

Gabe  Celsor  Long 

Howard  Arthur  Lowy 

Lawrence  Stanley  Mann 

John  Stephen  Martin,  Ph.G.,  1926, 

with  Honors 
John  Anthony  Mirro 
Chauncey  Lee  Morton 
Dorothy  Jean  Niederman,  with 

Honors 
Benjamin  Francis  Novack 
Amiel  Lewis  Palermo 
Edward  Bernard  Plattner,  with  High 

Honors 
Irving  Maynard  Reingold 
Gordon  Laraway  Richards 
Julius  Benjamin  Richmond 
Albert  R.  Rosanova 
Francis  Joseph  Sazama 
Milo  Hill  Schosser 
Adrian  Leonard  Schreiber 
Manuel  Schreiber 
Edward  Emil  Schumacher 
William  Thurman  Shaffer 
Maynard  Irwin  Shapiro 
Benjamin  Franklin  Shirer,  Jr. 
Albert  Joseph  Simon,  with  Honors 
Melvin  Simonson 
Leo  Smollar 
Eugene  Spierer 
Charles  Frederick  Stahl 
Bernard  Strassman 
Albert  Sumner 


33 


34 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago,  June  ii,  ipj/ 


Evert  Anders  Swensson 
Ralph  Strong  Turner 
Glen  Hall  Walker 
Philip  Thomas  Weisbach,  Jr. 
Henry  Sol  Weiskopf 


Alvin  Weiss 
Laddie  Walter  Zeman 
William  Joseph  Zimring 
Irving  Herman  Zitman,  with  High 
Honors 


The  Certificate  in  Medicine 


Morris  Abrams,  B.S.,  1937 
J.  Joseph  Align,  B.S.,  1935 
Albert  Harry  Argent 
Willis  Hugh  Atkinson 
Dorothy  Muriel  Baker 
Arthur  Louis  Barbakoff,  B.S.,  1935 
Sidney  Morris  Bernstein 
Duncan  Biddlecombe,  B.S.,  1937 
John  Dempsie  Boland,  B.S.,  1936 
Bruce  Morgan  Brown,  B.S.,  1935 
Leo  Jerome  Brown,  B.Ed.,  Southern 

Illinois  State  Teachers  College, 

1932;  B.S.,  1935 
Leonard  Sumner  Buck,  B.S.,  1935 
Maurice  Saul  Burdick,  B.S.,  Univer- 
sity of  Chicago,  1931 
Robert  DeForrest  Burley,  B.S.,  1935 
George  Bush,  B.S.,  1935 
Bernard  Manuel  Chapman,  B.S.,  1935 
Meyer  B.  Cohen,  B.S.,  1935 
Theodore  Michael  Cohen,  B.S.,  1935 
Clarence  Cohrs,  B.S.,  1935 
Marshall  A.  Cousens,  B.S.,  1935 
Earl  Scott  Davis 

Robert  Fuller  Dearborn,  B.S.,  1937 
Bruno  Anton  Desulis 
Harry  Louis  Deutsch,  B.S.,  1935 
Donald   Dick,   A.B.,   Cornell   College, 

1932 
Sol  Paul  Ditkowsky,  B.S.,  1935 
Theodore  Jacob  Dulin,  B.S.,  1936 
Katherine  Duncan,  B.S.,  1936 
Maurice  Dunn,  B.S.,   1935,  with 

Honors 
Lester  Horrow  Eisendorf,  B.S.,  1935 
Sydney  Fabian 
Ernest  Theodore  Faigle,  Ph.C,  B.S., 

1930,  1936 
Joseph  Edwin  Faingold,  Ph.C,  B.S., 

1929,  1935 
Everett  George  Falconer,  B.S.,  1936 
Philip  Falk,  B.S.,  1935,  with  Honors 
Abraham  William  Feldman,  B.S., 

1935 
BouRKE  Firfer,  B.S.,  1935 
Franz  Karl  Fleischli,  B.S.,  1935 
Robert  George  Fox,  B.S,,  1935 
Mitchell  Louis  Frank,  B.S.,  1935 
Wendel  Rayburn  Freeman 
Maxwell  Gage,  B.S.,  1935 


Irwin  Earle  Gaynon,  B.S.,  1937 
George  Joseph  David  Gertz,  B.S.,  1935 
William  Nimmo  Gilman,  A.B.,  B.S., 

1934,  1935 
Herman  Gladstone,  B.S.,  Northwest- 
ern University,  1934 
Henry  Bernard  Goldt,  B.S.,  1936 
Alan  D.  Green 
Milton  David  Grossman 
Marie  Anna  Hagele,  B.S.,  Lewis  Insti- 
tute, 1931 ;  M.S.,  1936,  with  Honors 
Eugene  Green  Hamilton 
John  Richard  Heaton,  B.S.,  1936 
Jerome  Fredrick  Heinrich,  B.S.,  1935 
Edmond  Richard  Hess,  B.S.,  1935 
Howard  Eugene  Heyer,  B.S.,  1935, 

with  Honors 
James  Leopold  Hora,  Ph.C,  B.S.,  1933, 

1935 
IsADORE  Isovitz,  B.S.,  1935 
Abraham  Izzak  Jackman,  B.S.,  1935 
Henry  Joseph  Jacobs,  B.S.,  1935 
HiLERD  Westley  Jenkins,  B.S.,  1935 
Leonard  Alvin  Kagen,  B.S.,  1935 
Lowell  Edwin  Kannapel,  A.B.,  Brad- 
ley Polytechnic  Institute,  1933 
Samuel   Kantor,    B.S.,   Northwestern 

University,  1932 
IsADORE  Allen  Kaplan,  B.S.,  1935, 

with  Honors 
Joseph  Harold  Kaplan,  B.S.,  1935 
Max  Kaplan,  A.B.,  University  of  Ro- 
chester, 1933 
Walter  Curtis  Kinser,  B.S.,  1937 
Richard  Ernest  Kinzer 
Martin  John  Klapman,  B.S.,  1935 
Karl  Klokke,  B.S.,  Wheaton  College, 

1933 
Meyer  Walter  Kobrin,  B.S.,  1935 
Leonard  Hyman  Kolb,  B.S.,  1935 
Walter  S.  Kotas,  B.S.,  1933 
Meyer  Kushner,  B.S.,  1935 
George  Jerome  Kvidera,  B.S.,  1935 
Herbert  Lack,  B.S.,  1935,  with  Honors 
Herbert  Sol  Lakin,  B.S.,  1933 
Henry  Peter  Lattuada,  B.S.,  1935 
Charles  Richard  Lenz,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1931 
Milton  Lerner,  B.S.,  1936 
Joseph  Milton  Levenson,  B.S.,  1935 
AIyron  Jame  Levin,  B.S.,  1935 


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35 


Edward  Levine,  B.S.,  1935 

Bernard  M.  Lipschultz,  B.S.,  1936 

Robert  Eugene  Logsdon 

Gabe  Celsor  Long 

Maurice  Lorber,   B.S.,   University   of 

Chicago,  1932 
Victor  Lorber,  B.S.,  University  of  Chi- 

ago,  1932,  with  High  Honors 
Edward  Albert  Luke,  B.S.,  1935 
Burle  Beauregard  AIadison 
Philip  Milton  ^Iarcus,  B.S.,  1936 
Thomas   Anthony  ^^IcInerney,   B.S., 

Lewis  Institute,  1933 
Jerome  Saul  Mehlman,  A.B.,  Western 

Reserve  University,  1933,  with 

Honors 
Abraham  AIelamed,  B.S.,  1935 
Joseph  Rudolph  Mitchell 
Leon  Frank  Moldavsky,  A.B.,  West- 
ern Reserve  University,  1931 ;  M.S., 

1932 
Martin  Luther  Mosher,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1935 
Raymond    Brereton    Murphy,    B.S., 

Lewis  Institute,  1932,  with  Honors 
Ernest  Mark  Nielsen 
Louis  Olsman,  B.S.,  1935 
Carl  Palumbo 
Sol   Pearlman,   Ph.B.,   University  of 

Chicago,  1933 
Hyman  Peck,  Ph.C,  B.S.,  1929,  1935 
Louis  Judea  Perlmutter,  B.S.,  1935 
Paul  Quayle  Peterson,  B.S.,  1935 
Reuben  Max  Reifler,  Ph.G.,  B.S., 

1926,  1935 
Milton  Robin,  B.S.,  1935 
William  Rosenberg,  B.S.,  1935 
Albert  Hessel  Rosenblatt,  B.S.,  1935 


Robert  R.  Rothschild,  B.S.,  1935 
Harry  Osbourne  Ryan,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1935 
Zal  Hyman  Sanders,  B.S.,  1935 
Francis  Eugene  Sauer,  B.S.,  1935 
Margaret  Mary  Scannell,  B.S.,  1936 
Walter  William  Schwartz,  B.S.,  1935 
Wayne  Pulley  Sirles,  B.S.,  1935 
Herschel  Stanley  Smith,  A.B.,  1933 
Leo  Smollar 

Carl  K.  Solander,  B.S.,  1935 
Edward  Sosson,  B.S.,  1935 
Robert  Andrew  Spencer,  B.S.,  1935 
Isadore  Spinka,  B.S.,  1935,  with 

Honors 
William  Edward  Steiner,  B.S.,  1935 
Robert  Healy  Stevens,  B.S.,  1935 
Grant  Suttie,  B.S.,  1935 
Vladimir  Christov  Svetanov,  B.S., 

1935 
Roy  Frank  Teborek,  B.S.,  1935 
Milton  R.  Tobias 
Russell  Groves  Trummel,  B.S.,  M.S., 

1925,  1931 
Glen  Hall  Walker 
James  Bruce  Waller,  B.S.,  1935 
Reuben  Robert  Wasserman,  B.S., 

1935 
David  Wassermann,  B.S.,  1935 
Paul  K.  Weichselbaum,  B.S.,  1935 
Harry  I.  Weiner,  B.S.,  1936 
Ben    K.   Williamson,    B.S.,    St.   Am- 
brose College,  1933 
Allen  Edward  Winer,  B.S.,  1935 
William  Henry  Wright,  B.S.,  1935 
Dillman  Forbes  Ziegler,  B.S.,  1935 
Joseph  John  Zuska,  B.S.,  1935,  with 
Honors 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Medicine 


Alfred  Hilton  Cassidy,   B.S.,  Lewis 

Institute,  1932 
Harold  Wayne  Hammatt,  B.S.,  1933 
Dorothy    Kathryn    O'Connor,    A.B., 

B.S.,  1933,  1935 
Paul  Joseph  O'Neill,  A.B.,  M.S.,  B.S., 

1932,  1933,  1936 


George  Vernon  Potter,  B.S.,  1934 
Walter  Shriner,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1935, 

1937 
Maybelle  p.  Williams,  B.S.,  Shurtleff 
College,  1932 


The  College  of  Dentistry 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Dentistry 


Dayton  Belaroue  Berk 

Alfred  Block,  A.B.,  University  of 

Michigan,  1934 
Stewart  Leroy  Bond 


Marvin  Everhardt  Brookstra 
Alexander  Donshik 
Morris  Eigen 
Maurice  Aaron  Fernhoff 


36 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago,  June  ii,  ig^j 


Glen  Everett  Frey 
William  Joseph  Gibbs 
Irving  Goldschein 
Jack  William  Goodman 
Salvatore  Griffo 
Bernard  Gurian 
Richard  Holic 
Irving  Julian  Holstein 
Franklin  Andrew  Johnson 
Arthltr  Bernard  Justus 
Edgar  Frederick  Lane 


Albert  Allen  A^ark 
Robert  Lee  Moffett 
Henry     Stanley     Radziewicz, 
New  York  University,  1935 
Abraham  Silverstein 
Solomon  I.  Smith 
William  Robert  Stanmeyer 
Edward  Joseph  Sullivan 
Marvin  B.  Weiss 
Edward  Herman  Wunderlich 


A.B., 


The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Dental  Surgery 


Henry  Fox,  B.S.,  1935 

Jack  Friedlander,  B.S.,  New  York 

University,  1933 
Jacob  Martin  Goldstein,  B.S.,  1936 
Murray  Mitchell  Hoffman,  B.S., 

1935 
Arthur  Bernard  Justus 
Edgar  Frederick  Lane 
John  James  Littig,  B.S.,  1935 
James  Norman  Lynch,  B.S.,  1935 
Ralph  Margulies,  B.S.,  College  of 

City  of  New  York,  1932 


Erwin  Robert  Melcher,  B.S.,  1935 
Henry  Mintz,  B.S.,  New  York 

University,  1933 
Max  Motew,  B.S.,  1935 
Donald  Frank  Nix,  B.S.,  1935 
Lambertus  Stegeman  Riedel 
Edwin  Jack  Ross 

Caesar  Richard  Ruggieri,  B.S.,  1936 
Rudolph  Scheim,  B.S.,  New  York 

University,  1932 
Casimir  Siniarski 
Henry  Lewis  Wente,  B.S.,  1936 


The  College  of  Pharmacy 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Pharmacy 


Clifford  Willard  Anderson 

Charles  Henry  Becker,  with  Honors 

Philip  Joseph  Boffa 

Theresa  Marie  Broccolo 

Edward  Wilder  Brown 

George  William  Burhop,  B.S.,  North- 
western University,  1934 

Franklin  Charles  Cevela,  B.S., 
Lewis  Institute,  1932 

Carl  Albert  Cohn,  B.S.,  University  of 
Chicago,  1932 

Marcella  Leona  Dargis 

Clarence  Earl  Denton 

John  Wesley  Elam,  B.S.,  Lewis 
Institute,  1934 

Harry  Flower 

Coleman  H.  Foote 

Julius  Frank 

Robert  Coultas  Gasen 

Sophie  Inez  Goldberg 

Julius  E.  Golembo 

Jeanette  Sylvia  Jacobson 

Seymour  Sanford  Kalom 


Leonard  Carl  Albert  Klemme 

Wilson  T.  Lacey 

Forrest  Virgil  Leonard,  with  Honors 

Charles  Joseph  Leone 

Samuel  Aaron  Lewis 

Ruth  Virginia  Madison 

Frank  Thomas  Maher,  with  High 

Honors 
H.  Bernard  Marder 
Florence  Louise  Martz 
John  Robert  McEncroe 
Maxine  Ruth  McKee 
Julius  Alfred  Meyerovitz 
Bernard  Meyrowitz 
Fred  Theodore  Muetze 
Joseph  A.  Muley 
Paul  Naktin 
Edward  Joseph  Osmolak 
Frank  Ernest  Parks,  Jr. 
Nathan  Norman  Potkin 
Milton  S.  Prizant 
John  Bruno  Przepiorski,  with  Honors 
Irving  J.  Rabinowitz 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago,  June  ii,  ip^y  37 

Bernard  Charles  Rosenbloom  George  Emil  Svoboda 

John  Philip  Samuels  Arthur  T.  Sypniewski 

Josephine  Bernadette  Scaletta  Rubin  Uretzky 

Martin  Schwartz  Raymond  Joseph  Warzynski,  with 

John  Scotellaro  Honors 

Kenneth  Maynard  Stobart  Benjamin  Maurice  Weiss 

Rita  Irene  Streit  Irving  Robert  Witt 

Charles  William  Strout  Stephanie  Infantia  Zack 


The  Graduate  School 

The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 

In  Bacteriology 
Nell  Hirschberg,  A.B.,   Smith  College,   1928;  A.M.,  University  of   Colorado, 

1933-    The  effect  of  human  tissue  juices  on  tubercle  baciUi. 
Herbert    Eli    AIcDaniels,    B.S.,    University    of    Chicago,    1925;    AI.S.,    1932. 

Appraisal  of  public  health  work  in  Oak  Park,  Illinois. 

In  Physiological  Chemistry 

Frances  Agnes  Briggs,  B.S.,  1926;  M.S.,  Tulane  University,  1928.  The  effect 
of  the  intravenous  injection  of  crystallized  egg  albumin  on  the  excretion  of 
the  antigin  and  the  blood  proteins  in  the  urine. 

Helen  Woodward  Wade,  B.S.,  Washington  University,  1926;  M.S.,  Iowa  State 
College,  1929.    Creatine  and  creatinine  excretion  in  myotonia  congenita. 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Bacteriology 

Fr.\nces  Marie  Jacobson,  B.S.,  1933 

jMyron  Jame  Levin,  B.S.,  1935 

Dorothy  Kathryn  O'Connor,  A.B.,  B.S.,  1933,  1935 

Edward  Ernest  Vicher,  B.S.,  1935 

In  Medicine 
Thrift  Gene  Hanks,  B.S.,  1936 

In  Obstetrics  and  Gynecology 
George  Henry  Rezek,  A.B.,  AI.D.,  1928,  1933 

In  Pathology 
Louis  Olsman,  B.S.,  1935 

In  Physiological  Chemistry 
Norton  Wieder  Holder,  A.B.,  Western  Reserve  University,  1935 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last 
Commencement 


Conferred  in  August  and  October,  1936, 
and  in  February,  1937 


The  Graduate  School 

The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 
Conferred  in  February,  1937 

In  Agronomy 

Lloyd  Vincent  Sherwood,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1931,  1932.  A  physiological  study  of  cold 
tolerance  in  corn. 

In  Animal  Husbandry 

John  Henry  Quisenberry,  B.S.,  Texas  Agricultural  and  Mechanical  College, 
1931 ;  M.S.,  1933.  Genetic  studies  of  skeletal  dimensions  and  their  relation 
to  body  weight  and  egg  production  in  the  domestic  fowl  (Gallus  domesticus). 

In  Bacteriology 

Norman  Callender  Laffer,  B.S.,  Allegheny  College,  1929;  M.S.,  University  of 
Maine,  1932.    A  study  of  lactose-fermenting  yeasts. 

In  Botany 

Charles  La  Motte,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Texas,  1929.  Morphology  and 
orientation  of  embryo  of  isoetes. 

In  Chemistry 

Merton  Monroe  Beckwith,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1933,  1934.  X-ray  diffraction  studies  of 
distortion. 

James  Howard  Brown,  A.B.,  Wabash  College,  1932;  M.S.,  Vanderbilt  University, 
1933.  I.  The  influence  of  the  weight  of  para  and  meta  substituted  alkyl 
groups  on  the  dissociation  of  hexaarylethanes.  H.  The  activation  of  a 
platinum  and  oxide-platinum  black  catalyst  by  halogen  acid. 

Jerome  George  Burtle,  B.S.,  Knox  College,  1932.   Oxygen  demand  studies. 

Raymond  Warner  Campbell,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1929;  A.M.,  Harvard  Univer- 
sity, 1932.  An  investigation  of  reactions  involving  hydroxyl  molecules, 
oxygen,  and  hydrogen. 

Henry  Benedict  Fisher,  Jr.,  B.S.,  Antioch  College,  1932.  Studies  on  bound 
water. 

Eugene  Harvey  Huffman,  A.B.,  University  of  Colorado,  1927;  M.S.,  University 
of  Washington,  1929.  The  stereochemistry  of  complex  inorganic  compounds: 
I.  Studies  of  resolution.   H.  Studies  on  the  Walden  inversion. 

Thurston  Eric  Larson,  B.S.,  1932.    Colloidal  properties  of  hydrous  alumina. 

Paul  Warren  Lefpla,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1932,  1934.  Structure  and  orientation  in  films 
built  up  from  monomolecular  layers. 

Edward  Arthur  Parker,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1930,  1932.  Further  x-ray  study  of 
cellulose  and  some  of  its  derivatives. 

Leone  Anne  Ruberg,  A.B.,  Lawrence  College,  1930;  A.M.,  1934.  L  The  struc- 
ture of  cevine.  H.  The  reaction  between  ethylene  oxide  and  secondary 
amines.    Some  new  local  anesthetics. 

39 


40  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

Laurence  Leland   Ryden,   A.B.,    Central   College,    193 1 ;    A.M.,   University   of 

Missouri,  1933.   Polysulfones  from  olefins  and  acetylenes. 
John   Henry   Shenk,   B.S.,   M.S.,    Kansas    State    College   of   Agriculture   and 

Applied  Sciences,  1929,  1931.   An  x-ray  diffraction  study  of  proteins. 
Henry  Russell  Todd,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1932;  M.S.,  1933.    A  study  of  the 

acid  intermediates  in  the  methane  fermentation. 
Wilson  Vincent  Upton,  B.S.,  Monmouth  College,  1932;  M.S.,  1933.    Removal 

of  anions  from  water  solutions. 
Harry  Herschel  Weinstock,  Jr.,  B.Chem.,  Cornell  University,  1933;  Al.S.,  1934. 

Mesityl  phenyl  diketone  and  its  reduction  products. 

In  Classics 

Paul  Shaner  Dunkin,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1929;  A.M.,  1931.    Studies  in 

the  social  outlook  of  the  middle  and  new  comedy. 
Chauncey  Edgar  Finch,  A.B.,  A.M.,   1930,   1932.    The  Urbana  manuscript  of 

Apuleius. 
Leslie  Dent  Johnston,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Indiana  University,  1929,  1931.    Classical 

origins  of  Christmas  customs. 

In  Economics 

James  Elwood  Amos,  A.B.,  Colorado  College,  1923;  A.M.,  1928.   The  economics 

of  corporate  saving. 
Merrill    Cochrane   Gay,    A.B.,    Oberlin    College,    1929;    A.M.,   University   of 

Michigan,  1931.   The  trade  agreements  program  of  the  United  States. 

In  Engineering 

Wan  Li  Huang,  B.S.C.E.,  Tangshan  Engineering  College,  1932;  M.C.E.,  Cornell 
Universitj^  1935.    An  analysis  of  the  rainfall-runoff  correlation. 

William  Ray  Morgan,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1920,  1932.  The  conditions  governing  the 
diffusion  of  liquids  in  ceramic  bodies. 

In  English 

Eric  Verner  Sandin,  B.S.,  Wesleyan  University,  1920;  A.M.,  Columbia  Univer- 
sity, 1926.    Charles  Kingsley  as  novelist. 

In  Geology 

Louis  Cordell  McCabe,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1931,  1933.  Some  physical  evidences  of  rank 
development  exhibited  by  vitrain. 

In  German 

Paul  Gerhardt  Krauss,  A.B.,  Michigan  State  College,  1930;  A.M.,  University 
of  Wisconsin,  1931.  The  Loblied.  A  study  of  the  German  secular  song  of 
praise,  1450-1650. 

Vern  Wade  Robinson,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1929;  A.M.,  1931.  The  history 
of  the  German  play  in  one  act  in  the  i8th  century. 

In  History 

Alfred  Taft  Larson,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Colorado,  1932,  1933.  The  as- 
sistance demanded  by  the  English  Crown  from  the  clergy  in  the  reign  of 
Edward  III. 

In  Physics 

Carl  Nicholas  Challacombe,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1929,  1931.  On  the  analysis  of  molecu- 
lar triplet-pi  states  with  application  to  ALH,  OH*  and  BH. 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  41 

In  Psychology 

Luther  Livingston  AIays,  A.B.,  University  of  Tennessee,  1928;  A.M.,  University 
of  Chicago,  1030.  The  strength  of  an  end  reaction  tendency  as  affected  by 
the  number  of  serial  preparatory  responses. 

In  Romance  Languages 

Esther  Frances  Barnett,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1927 ;  A.M.,  1929. 
An  edition  of  El  Leon  de  Espana  by  Pedro  de  la  Vezilla  Castellanos. 

Marvin  Ellis  Butterfield,  A.B.,  Simmons  University,  1927;  A.M.,  Oklahoma 
University,  1930.  The  interpreters  of  Fernando  Cortes,  Doiia  Marina,  and 
Jeronimo  de  Aguilar. 

Roberta  Myrtle  Riegel,  A.B.,  Central  College,  1915;  A.M.,  University  of  Chi- 
cago, 1926.  Sainte-Beuve's  treatment  of  romanticism  and  the  romanticists 
in  his  principal  works  of  criticism. 

In  Zoology 

John  Dary  AIizelle,  B.S.,  M.S.,  Louisiana  State  University,  1932,  1933.  New 
species  of  trematodes  from  the  gills  of  Illinois  fishes. 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Chemistry 

Giles  Warren  Abbott,  A.B.,  Albion  College,  1935  (August) 

Fred  E.  Deatherage,  Jr.,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1935  (August) 

Sylvan  Owen  Greenlee,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1935 

(August) 
Fulton  Lavelle  Johnston,  A.B.,  Mississippi  College,  1934  (February) 
Sister  Mary  Antoine  Reiter,  A.B.,  Rosary  College,  1928  (October) 

In  Classics 

EuLALiA  PATRiaA  Aydt,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1930 

(October) 
Dorothy  Dearth  Cheever,  A.B.,  1928  (October) 

Ruth  Audrey  Hall,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1932  (October) 
Howard  Reuter,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1935  (October) 
Sister  Mary  Pulcheria  Laughlin,  Ph.B.,  St.  Xavier  College,  1927  (October) 

In  Economics 

Paul  Robert  Busey,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1930  (October) 

Lowell  Kirkpatrick,  A.B.,  1935  (February) 

Roberta  Henrietta  McKay,  A.B.,  Colorado  College,  1935  (August) 

LeRoy  Lillard  Qualls,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1932   (August) 

Marian  Catherine  Richards,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 

1935  (October) 
Frank  Henry  Sandholm,  B.S.,  1922  (October) 
Arnold  Frederick  Simon,  A.B.,  1933  (February) 

In  Education 

Claude  Harlan  Ammon,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930  (February) 

Gilbert  Lloyd  Anderson,  A.B.,  Augustana  College,  1928  (February) 

Myrox   Gilbert   Armstrong,   B.Ed.,  Western   Illinois   State  Teachers   College, 

1935  (February) 
Beulah  Bernice  Barrick,  B.S.,  1929  (February) 
Margaret  Wilkins  Bolden,  A.B.,  1923  (August) 

Ransom  Lee  Bradley,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1925   (August) 
Helen  Margaret  Burbridge,  A.B.,  Illinois  Woman's  College,  1929  (October) 


42  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

John  Oyer  Burch,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1932  (August) 

Joseph  Thomas  Cogdal,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1921   (October) 

Reuben  Milton  Conrad,  A.B.,  Bluffton  College,  1934  (August) 

Chester  Evans  Davidson,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1926  (October) 

Elbert  Edison  Field,  B.S.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1934  (August) 

John  Phillip  Floyd,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1929 

(October) 
George  Irvin  Fridly,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1933  (August) 
Frank  Bernard  Godeke,  B.S.,  1925  (October) 
Max  Reed  Goodson,  A.B.,  1933  (October) 
Leo  Handibode  Graham,  A.B.,  1931   (October) 

Lester  James  Grant,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1934  (October) 
Howard  Eugene  Greer,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932 

(October) 
Mary  Elizabeth  Hamilton,  A.B.,  Monmouth  College,  1922  (October) 
Earl  Austin  Hankins,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1930  (October) 
John  Ira  Hay,  A.B.,  Carthage  College,  1926  (February) 
Albert  Edward  Humphreys,  B.S.,  1927  (August) 
Eugene  Lummis  Ihrig,  A.B.,  Carthage  College,  1929  (August) 
Roland  Lansing  Kiest,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1927  ((October) 
Mayo  Luther  Magill,  A.B.,  McKendree  College,  1927   (February) 
Guy  James  McClure,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932  (February) 
Lola  De  Witt  McClurg,  A.B.,  1910  (August) 
Leroy  Elbert  Mecay,  B.S.,  Lincoln  College,  1929  (February) 
Frances  Rockwell  Moak,  A.B.,  Lombard  College,  1923  (October) 
Dale  Brower  Mullen,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois   State  Teachers  College,   1927 

(February) 
Lakie  Board  Munson,  A.B.,  1931  (August) 

Glenn  Virgil  Ramsey,  A.B.,  Indiana  Central  College,  1932  (February) 
Clive  Raymond  Reynolds,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1928 

(February) 
Almira  Jeanette  Robertson,  B.S.,  1924  (October) 
Gus  Francis  Roth,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1933 

(February) 
James  Clinton  Sovine,  A.B.,  Marshall  College,  1931  (August) 
James  Raymond  Spiller,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929 

(October) 
Orpha  Stutsman,  A.B.,  Mt.  Morris  College,  1923  (October) 
Nettie  Floy  Van  Gilder,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois   State  Normal  University, 

1929;  M.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1931  (August) 
Charles  J.  Walker,  A.B.,  McKendree  College,  1927  (October) 
Myron  Cooper  Walker,  A.B.,  Olivet  College,  1934;  A.B.,  1935  (February) 
Earl  Washington  Wax,  A.B.,  1929  (October) 

Paul  Ezra  Woods,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1926  (October) 
Greydon  Milford  Worbois,  A.B.,  Greenville  College,  1935  (February) 

In  English 

Louise  Anthony,  A.B.,  Lombard  College,  1930  (August) 

Mary  Margaret  Armentrout,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 

1930  (October) 
Ida  Lee  Austin,  A.B.,  Millsaps  College,  1927  (October) 
Clara   Elisabeth  Carson,   B.Ed.,   Southern  Illinois   State   Normal  University, 

1932  (October) 
Edna  Ellen  Haney,  A.B.,  Baylor  University,  1928  (August) 
Louise  AIildred  Harris,  A.B.,  MacMurray  College,  1928  (August) 
Marguerite  Julia  Huebner,  A.B.,  Shurtleff  College,  1935  (October) 
John  Lars  Johnson,  A.B.,  Washington  University,  1935  (October) 
Ruth  Gustava  Johnson,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1924  (October) 
Owen  Jordan  Reamer,  A.B.,  1935  (October) 
Esther  Loree  Seibert,  B.S.,  1931   (October) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  43 

Geraldine  Frances  Thompson,  A.B.,  Lindenwood  College,  1928  (February) 
Marietta  Kathryn  Weed,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 

In  Geography 
Leland  Dwain  Glover,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1935  (October) 

In  German 
Elmer  Linbsey  Morthole,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1932  (October) 

In  History 

Parker  Ri^ese  Agxew,  A.B.,  DePauv^r  University,  1935  (August) 

Frances  Mae  Alexander,  A.B.,  1927  (October) 

George  Loy  Cherry,  A.B.,  1931  (August) 

Janet  Elizabeth  Eisner,  A.B.,  1934  (October) 

Homer  Herbert  Fields,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1931 

(August) 
John  Vernon  Kirby,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1923  (October) 
Alfred  Erlan  Krumsiek,  A.B.,  1926  (August) 
Byron  Franklin  Laird,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1930  (October) 
Leota  Maebra  Miller,  A.B.,  1930  (February) 

Alexander  C.  Ridinger,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1928  (October) 
James  Eugene  Rose,  A.B.,  1931  (August) 
Paul  Satterfield,  A.B.,  1935  (February) 
Florence  Belle  Simms,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois   State  Teachers   College,   1927 

(October) 
LiLiTH  Evelyn  Southgate,  A.B.,  Butler  University,  1935  (August) 
Trissie  Anne  Sutherland,  B.S.,  1925  (October) 
LaRue  Gayle  Thompson,  A.B.,  1935  (October) 
Robert  William  Ullom,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932  (February) 

In  Library  Science 

Kathleen  Margaret  Ruckman,  A.B.,  B.S. (Lib.),  1921,  1928  (October) 
Raymond  How^ard   Shove,  A.B.,  Morningside   College,   1928;   B.S. (Lib.),   1930 

(October) 
Mary  Elizabeth  Silverthorn,  A.B.,  University  of  Alberta,  1925;  B.S.(Lib.), 

1928  (February) 

In  Mathematics 

Jack  Barnwell,  Jr.,  A.B.,  Hendrix  College,  1929  (August) 

Dorothy  Eleanor  Gibson,  A.B.,  Rosary  College,  1935  (October) 

James  Harley  Hayes,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1931  (October) 

Sister  Mary  Josine  Brabec,  B.V.M.,  A.B.,  Clark  College,  1932  (October) 

In  Physics 

Frederick  William  Stallmann,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1935  (February) 
Donald  Horton  Webb,  A.B.,  Carthage  College,  1927  (October) 

In  Political  Science 

Carl  Wesley  Gamer,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1922;  S.T.B.,  Boston  Uni- 
versity School  of  Theology,  1925   (February) 
Maximino  Bernardo  de  Guzman,  A.B.,  1936  (February) 
ScovEL  Richardson,  A.B.,  1934  (October) 
Ping  Chun  Tseng,  A.B.,  National  Tsing  Hua  University,  1929  (August) 

In  Psychology 

Mary  Josephine  Kientzle,  A.B.,  1936  (February) 
John  Philip  Sawyer,  A.B.,  1935  ((October) 


44  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

In  Romance  Languages 

Madeleine  Virginia  Anderson,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1931  (August) 

Jesse  Comstock  Fenister  Bridgham,  A.B.,  Brown  University,  1933  (October) 

Eleanor  Frances  Cook,  A.B.,  1933  (October) 

Helen  Florence  Cook,  A.B.,  MacMurray  College,  1928  (August) 

Regina  May  Hill,  A.B.,  1933  (August) 

Mary  Armintha  Spelbring,  A.B.,  Illinois  Woman's  College,  1930  (October) 

In  Sociology 

Gordon  Roper  Beers,  A.B.,  McKendree  College,  1935  (October) 
Helmut  Otto  Dahlke,  A.B.,  1935  (February) 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Accountancy 

Frederick  Eustace  Brown,  A.B.,  Marshall  College,  1935  (February) 

Ching-Hai  Chi,  A.B.,  National  Tsing  Hua  University,  1933  (February) 

Charles  John  Gaa,  B.S.,  1932  (August) 

Raymond  Wei  Yong  Hsu,  B.S.,  Fuh  Tan  University,  1935  (August) 

Preston  Whitcomb  Kimball,  B.S.,  1935  (October) 

Charles  Augustus  McDonald,  B.S.,  1934  (August) 

Edwin  Weikal  Murray,  A.B.,  University  of  Kansas,  1929  (October) 

Emery  Gaythor  Rutherford,  B.S.,  1935  (October) 

In  Agricultural  Economics 

Howard  Robert  Baker,  B.S.,  1924  (October) 

Joseph  Ralph  Cullison,  B.S.,  1930  (August) 

Robert  John  Eggert,  B.S.,  1935  (October) 

Virgil  Byron  Fielder,  B.S.,  1925  (October) 

Berryman  Richards  Hurt,  B.S.,  1935  (August) 

Joseph  Karl  Lee,  B.S.,  Utah  State  Agricultural  College,  1935  (October) 

Joseph  Clement  Murphy,  B.S.,  1926  (February) 

Arthur  Lindsey  Owen,  B.S.,  1935  (October) 

Ray  Holt  Teal,  B.S.,  1935  (February) 

Walter  Joe  Wills,  B.S.,  1936  (February) 

In  Architectural  Engineering 
Frances  Martin  Baron,  B.S.,  1935  (October) 

In  Bacteriology 

Parker  Reynolds  Beamer,  A.B.,  1935  (February) 

Robert  Adrian  Bullington,  B.S.,  Eureka  College,  1931  (October) 

Stanley  Wright  McNeely,  B.S.,  1935  (October) 

Anna  Irene  Rose  Moore,  B.S.,  1933  (February) 

In  Botany 
Elsie  Margaret  Braun,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1930  (August) 

In  Chemistry 

Justin  John  Alikonis,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1935  (October) 
Richard  James  Christman,  B.S.,  1936  (February) 
James  Wheeler  Clement,  A.B.,  1935  (October) 
Frederick  Cook,  B.S.,  1936  (February) 

William  Henry  Evans,  Jr.,  A.B.,  Earlham  College,  1935  (October) 
Rachel  Caroline  Heald,  B.S.,  Middlebury  College,  1933  (February) 
Russell  Lowell  Hicks,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1934 
(August) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  45 

William  Claude  Lang,  B.S.,  McKendree  College,  1934  (February) 

Willis  Theodore  Maas,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1929  (August) 

Edward  John  Matson,  B.S.,  A.B.,  Whcaton  College,  1933  (August) 

Albert  Daniel  Reeder,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1932  (August) 

James  Halverson  Sample,  B.S.,  Elmhurst  College,  1935  (August) 

Sister  Mary  Joan  Preising,  O.S.F.,  A.B.,  DePaul  University,  1926  (February) 

James  William  Starrett,  B.S.,  1935  (October) 

Virgil  Richard  Sullivan,  B.S.,  1921  (October) 

Wilbert  August  Taebel,  B.S.,  Elmhurst  College,  1935  (August) 

In  Civil  Engineering 

AIilton  Earl  Eliot,  B.S.,  University  of  Texas,  1935  (October) 
Kadri  Emin  Inantch,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1935  (August) 
Bedros  Kayayan,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1933  (February) 
Simon  Yetvart  Kurkciyan,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1933  (August) 
Ching  Kong  Tsao,  B.S.,  Fuh  Tan  University,  1933  (February) 
Edward  Ernest  Varnum,  B.S.,  1935  (October) 
William  Walter  Wright,  B.S.,  Lewis  Institute,  1934  (August) 
Erol  Yaltkaya,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1935  (February) 

In  Economics 

AIarion  Watson  Alford,  B.S.,  Northwestern  University,  1921   (October) 

Abraham  Lincoln  Hornor,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 

Gordon  Carroll  Losee,  B.S.,  1931  (August) 

Paul  William  Rau,  B.S.,  Southeastern  Missouri  State  Teachers  College,  1926 

(August) 
Charles  Phillip  Slater,  B.S.,  1928  (October) 
Morris  Adolph  Soldinger,  B.S.,  1933  (October) 

In  Education 

Wilbur  Joel  Abell,  B.S.,  James  Millikin  University,  1925  (August) 

Charles  Moore  Allen,  B.S.  (Agriculture),  B.S.  (Agricultural  Education),  1923 

(October) 
Edward  Briggs  Allen,  B.S.,  1929  (October) 
Arthur  Ivano  Bolton,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,   1930 

(October) 
Gail  Avoline  Boynton,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1931 

(October) 
Blanche  Cline,  B.S.,  Southeastern  Missouri  State  Teachers  College,  1928;  A.M., 

1933  (August) 
Henry  Bliss  Corrie,  B.S.,  1925  (October) 

Ernest  Dickey,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1927  (October) 
Harry  Louis  Dickinson,  B.S.,  1934  (October) 
Frances  Eleanor  Donahue,  A.B.,  1924  (February) 
Henry  Christian  Dutler,  B.S.,  1928  ((October) 
Clarence  R.  Fegley,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois   State  Normal  University,   1931 

(August) 
Alvin  Felts,  B.S.,  1927  (October) 
Douglas  Finlayson,  B.S.    (Mechanical  Engineering),  B.S.    (Education),   1929, 

1933  (October) 
Vera  Rose  Hickey,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930  (October) 
Henry  Clay  Holt,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 
Mary  Louisa  Huntington,  B.S.,  1924  (October) 
Michael  William  Kehart,  B.S.,  1927  (August) 

Vernon  William  Kelly,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1929  (August) 
William  Adolph  Kibler,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1920  (October) 
Evalene   Virginia    Kramer,    B.S.,    Kansas    State   Agricultural    College,    1919; 

B.S. (Lib.),  1928  (October) 
John  AIillage  Land,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1927 

(August) 


46  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement ^^ 

Harry  H.  Landis,  B.S.,  Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1929  (October) 

John  Joseph  Love,  B.S.,  1922  (October) 

Charles  Patrick  Martin,  B.S.,  1933  (October) 

James  Arthur  McCall,  B.S.,  1932  (October) 

Daniel  Palmer  Mitchell,  B.S.,  1922  (August) 

Hazel  Elizabeth  Moore,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1930 

(August) 
Merle  Graydon  Moore,  B.S.,  1926  (August) 
Theodore  Alvin  Nelson,  B.S.,  Knox  College,  1928  (February) 
Paul  Gilkison  Norsworthy,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1931 

(October) 
Elizabeth  Chaplain  Pickels,  B.S.,  1935  (February) 
Norman  Henry  Radford,  B.S.,  1927  (August) 
Hov^ard  Harold  Rice,  Ph.B.,  Shurtlefif  College,  1925  (February) 
Eli  Franklin  Ring,  B.S.,  1932  (February) 

Marion  Joseph  Romine,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930  (October) 
Mae  Schlichtman,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1931 

(October) 
Warren  Preston  Shepherd,  B.S.,  1932  (October) 
Leroy  Lester  Shinpaugh,  B.S.,  Eureka  College,  1927  (October) 
Wright  Alexander  Sim,  B.S.,  1935  (October) 
Ernest  John  Simon,  B.S.,  1933  (August) 
Charles  Allen  Spangler,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1932 

(October) 
Marion  Grace  Spivey,  B.S.,  1935  (August) 
Lewis  Stephens,  B.S.,  1923  (October) 
Howard  Willis  Stinson,  B.S.,  1920  (October) 
Kenneth  Curtis  Tate,  B.S.,  1929  (October) 
Harold  Teitelbaum,  B.S.,  1936  (February) 
Gerald  Yates  Trimble,  B.S.,  1931   (October) 
Ralph  Ray  Turner,  B.Ed.,   Southern   Illinois   State  Normal  University,   1927 

(October) 
Clyde  Laurence  Walters,  B.S.,  1927  (October) 

Emma  Gertrude  Wells,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1927  (October) 
AiTKEN  F.  Young,  B.S.,  1931  (February) 

In  Entomology 
Clarence  William  Bills,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1930  (February) 

In  Geography 

Elmer  Simmons  Jack,  B.S.,  1922  (October) 
Eugene  Howard  Schroth,  B.S.,  1927  (October) 

In  Home  Economics 

Mildred  Ruth  Chapin,  A.B.,  1934  (October) 
Bernadine  Helen  Meyer,  B.S.,  1933  (October) 

In  Library  Science 

Dorothy  Jeanne  Hill,  B.S.,  B.S.(Lib.),  1932,  1933  (February) 
AIay  Smith,  B.S.,  1924  (August) 

In  Mathematics 
LiLA  Gene  Sherritt,  B.S.,  1935  (February) 

In  Physics 

WiLFORD  Griffin  Akin,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1927 

(February) 
William  Stifler  Burton,  B.S.,  Shurtlefif  College,  1928  (October) 
John  Wesley  Clark,  A.B.,  University  of  Montana,  1935  (February) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  47 

James  Eldon  Holcomb,  A.B.,  Greenville  College,  1934  (August) 

Virgil  Lichtenberger  Likins,   B.Ed.,   Illinois   State   Normal   University,    1927 

(August) 
John  Whitney  Mason,  B.S.,  University  of  Oklahoma,  1934  (October) 
John  Edward  Russell,  B.S.,  Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1931   (October) 
Frazer  Rice  Turrentine,  B.S.,  1934  (February) 
Walter  Waldo  Willis,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932 

(August) 

In  Zoology 

Charles  Theodore  Black,  A.B.,  1935  (February) 

WiLUAiM  Washington  Buchanan,  Jr.,  Ph.C,  B.S.,  1933,  1936  (February) 

Sara  Elizabeth  Espe,  A.B.,  Aurora  (College,  1934  (August) 

Arthur  Wright  Henderson,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1932  (February) 

Charles  Leplie  Kanatzar,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1935 

(August) 
Stephen  Earnest  Koelz,  B.S.,  1935  (October) 
Franklin  Alfred  Rich,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1927 

(October) 
John  AIillard  Rush,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1928  (October) 
Robert  John  Schoffman,  D.V.M.,  Iowa  State  College,  1930  (August) 


The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts 

In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Edward  Allman  (February)  Marjorie  Maurene  Fell,  with  Honors 
George  Adam  Bachmann  (August)  in  English  (February) 

Azel  Lyndon  Bell  (October)  William  Rowe  Forsythe,  with  High 
Dorothy  Gloria  Bim  Merle  (October)  Honors  in  Chemistry  (February) 

Jessie   Sawyer   Bishop,   with   Honors  Bethel  Ruth  France  (October) 

in  Spanish  (February)  Wilson  Barr  Gragg  (August) 

Harriet  Jewel  Brown  (February)  Arnold  William  Greenbaum 
Clara  Louise  Buhlig,  with  Honors  in  (August) 

History  (October)  Jack  Nathan  Gross  (February) 

Mildred  Kathryn  Buis  (October)  Ralph  J.  Gussman  (February) 

Sally  Elizabeth  Carnahan  Martha  Halliburton  (October) 

(February)  James  Richard  Hammett  (October) 

Leonard  Carriere  (February)  Jack  Morton  Harris  (February) 

Lestine  Carson,  with  Honors  in  Jeannette  Leslie  Hickox  (February) 

French  (August)  Catherine  Ruth  Holmes  (February) 

John  Francis  Castle  (August)  Willard  Eugene  Hubbard  (February) 

Irving  Aaron  Chavin  (October)  Florence  Anna  Miller  Huff 
Walter  Fred  Claussen  (October)  (October) 

John  William  Coulman  (February)  John  Morris  Johnson  (February) 

Leland  Ralph  Cox  (August)  Thelma  Geraldine  Johnson 
Maria  Crowley  (August)  (February) 

James  Wheeler  Davis  (February)  Jeannette  Cook  Kibler  (February) 

Wayve  Aurilla  Davis  (February)  Clayton  Kirkpatrick,  Jr.,  with 
Jay  Reed  Delano  (February)  Tutorial  Honors  in  English 

Robert  Sinclair  Dietz  (February)  (February) 

W^alter  Headen  Draper  (February)  John  Edward  Kohler  (February) 

Willard  Bennett  Eastman  (August)  James  Robinson  Large  (October) 

Everett  Ketchum  Eickstaedt  William  John  Law,  Jr.  (February) 

(August)  Elbert  Hilles  Loyd,  II   (October) 

W^iLMA  Farris  (February)  Orval   Wesley  Lucier,  with   Honors 
Grace  Audrey  Feinberg  (February)  in  Political  Science  (February) 


48 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 


Elizabeth  Louise  Markunas 

(February) 
Arleigh  Camille  Mears  (August) 
Ruth  Azalea  Moll  (February) 
William  DuWayne  Neff   (August) 
Kitty  Davis  Nicholson  (February) 
Ruth  Notkin   (February) 
James  Fergus  (Drr,  Jr.  (February) 
Laddie  Thomas  Pasterik   (October) 
Charles  Robertson  Patten  (October) 
Gerald  Waters  Peck,  with  Honors  in 

Economics  (February) 
Irene  Adele  Petz  (August) 
Donald  Ernest  Phelps  (February) 
Robert  Beauman  Porter  (October) 
George  William  Remsen  (October) 
Theodore  Francis  Riddell  (October) 


Nancy  Freeland  Riley,  with  Honors 

in  French  (August) 
Richard  Martin  Shelton  (February) 
JosiE  Oneida  Slater  (August) 
Gilbert  Allan  Smith   (February) 
William  Emerson  Spence  (October) 
Malcolm  Cedric  Spencer  (August) 
Gertrude  Magdalen  Stier  (August) 
William  John  Sweeney  (October) 
George  Busey  Tawney  (February) 
Odessa  DeArtis  Taylor  (August) 
Melvin  William  Trotier  (February) 
Ernest  Maynard  Weber  (August) 
Norman  AIorris  Weed  (February) 
Ellen  Henrietta  Wilke  (August) 
Charles  Ralph  Williams  (February) 
Glenn  Clarence  Wolf  (August) 


In  Home  Economics 
Helen  Edith  Burt   (August) 


Carolyn  Lucille  Strubinger 
(October) 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Allan  Jennings  Barney  (October) 
Hamilton  Rodell  Fishback,  Jr. 

(October) 
Hiram  David  Gooch   (February) 
David  Richard  Lincicome,  with  High 

Tutorial  Honors  in  Zoology 

(February) 
Jeanne  Frances  Miller  (October) 


Edgar  Lewis  Moorman,  Jr. 

(February) 
WiLLARD  Orner  Nelson  (February) 
Hugo  Richard  Schmidt  (October) 
William  Martin  Scott,  with  Honors 

in  Zoology  (August) 
Joseph  Novak  Stonesifer  (August) 


In  Chemical  Engineering 


Stanley  Walter  Gawin  (October) 
James  Gordon  Hunter  (February) 
Vincent  Joseph  Labrecque  (August) 
George  Lawrence  Mehl  (February) 
Ovid  George  Ruhmann  (October) 
Clyde  Davis  Segner  (February) 


Richard  Loring  Slotter  (October) 
EuRY  Elston  Strange  (February) 
John  Thomas  Stringer  (October) 
Glenn  Clarence  Hire  Career 
Williams  (February) 


In  Chemistry 


Arthur  Berger  (February) 
Frederick  Ferdinand  Giese 

(February) 
Harry  Lester  Hyndman,  Jr. 

(February) 
Alfred  Anton  Johnson,  with  Honors 

(August) 


Albert  Rollo  Pettyjohn  (August) 
Dale  Victor  Reeter  (August) 
Gerald  Chancy  Reid    (August) 
Harry  Louis  Yablunky,  with  Honors 
(February) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  49 

The  College  of  Commerce  and  Business 
Administration 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Accountancy 

Emil  Francis  Fernholz  (February)  William  Comer  Waggoner,  Jr. 

John  Louis  Morton  (February)  (February) 

Charles  Richard  Reifsteck   (Feb- 
ruary') 

In  Banking  and  Finance 

William  Walter  Paul  Charle  James  Daniel  Heinlein  (August) 

(February)  John  Hamilton  Langley  (February) 

William  Walter  Davenport  (August) 

In  Foreign  Commerce 
Charles  Monroe  Anderson  (February) 

In  General  Business 

George  William  Adis  (February)  Lowden  Antis  Hanselman  (August) 

James  Henry  Ashbrook  (February)  Emma  Ree  Hubbs  (February) 

Walter  Herbert  Baker  (August)  Alva  Kendall  Huff  (February) 

Leonard  James  Beattie  (August)  Law^rence  Norman  Jensen  (August) 

Donald  ]\Ieader  Beckley   (August)  Gladys  Grace  Jones  (February) 

Joseph  Blumberg  (October)  Lucille Maxine  McMahan  (February) 

Robert  Ziock  Boehmen  (August)  Howard  Robert  Moore  (October) 

James  Joseph  Butler  (February)  Robert  David  Poole  (February) 

Andrew  Cherry  (August)  Robert  Stevens  Rummler  (February) 

Robert  Pleasant  Cothern,  Jr.  Warren  Albert  Schafer  (August) 

(February)  Roy  Joseph  Schultz  (February) 

Stuart  Blaine  Clt,tra  (October)  Wesley  Edwin  Stark  (February) 

Kenneth  Theodore  Curfman  (August)  Jack  Charles  Sweney  (February) 

Edward  Jacob  Fieser  (August)  Albert  Cully  Taylor  (October) 

Floyd  Burton  Green  (August)  Don  Martin  Troll  (February) 

Roy  Paul  Griffin  (February)  Louise  Charlotte  Zimmerman 
George  Briggle  Guthrie  (February)  (August) 

In  Industrial  Administration 
Karl  K.  Lacher  (February) 

In  Insurance 
Julian  Leszczynski  (October) 

In  Trade  and  Civic  Secretarial  Service 
Walter  Darwin  Whitney  (August) 

The  College  of  Engineering 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Agricultural  Engineering 
Willard  Herbert  Bixby  (February)         Charles  Wendell  Ramsey  (October) 


50  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  C ommencement 

In  Ceramic  Engineering 
Howard  Joseph  Caquelin  (February)       Charles  Robert  Filippi  (February) 

In  Civil  Engineering 

James  Lawrence  Brierton  (February)       Clarence  Herbert  Kadow  (February) 
Richard  Willis  Gardner  (February)       Quentin  Martin  Mooney  (February) 
Charles  Dominic  Gaudio  (February)         John  Hronyecz  Norse  (February)    . 
Richard  Ferdinand  Huxmann 
(February) 

In  Electrical  Engineering 

Wilfred  Gerald  Buck  (February)  Harold  Jack  Rosenberg  (February) 

Harold  Logan  Garton    (February)  Robert  Eugene  Sprinkle  (October) 

Frank  Mario  Miramonti  (October)  Wayne  Lenard  Vicklund  (October) 

Harry  Bruce  Piper,  Jr.  (February)  Edward  Wagner  (February) 

In  Engineering  Physics 
James  Henry  Eddleston  (October) 

In  Mechanical  Engineering 

Roger  Harris  Benedict  (October)  William  Delmar  Raddatz  (February) 

William  Arthur  Berger  (February)         Robert  Philip  Shimmin,  Jr.  (October) 
Thomas  Jefferson  Herrick  (October)       Kenneth  William  Smith  (February) 

In  Mining  Engineering 

John  Sutherland  Langwill  (Feb- 
ruary) 

The  College  of  Agriculture 
The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Agriculture 

Franklin  Hatch  Allen  (February)  Estel  Ebert  Miller  (February) 

Kenneth  Robert  Bennett,  with  High  James  Evans  Murphy  (February) 

Honors  (October)  Vern  Hellyer  Orum  (February) 

Joe  M.  Bogdansky  (February)  John  Clarence  Pfeffer,  with  Honors 
Louis  Franklin  Born  (February)  (February) 

John  Felix  Boron  (February)  Ronald  Thomas  Ranson,  with  High 
J.  Eldie  Coplan  (February)  Honors  (February) 

Leland  Wayne  Cramer  (October)  Robert  Worth  Rhinehart  (February) 

Willard  Parker  Evans  (October)  David  Rees  Sanks,  Jr.  (October) 

Melvin  Phillip  Gehlbach  (February)  Creed  Shaw  (October) 

Robert  S.  Hopson  (February)  Cary  Francis  Strang  (October) 

Lawrence  Emmerson  House  Ennis  Cornelius  Sullivan  (February) 

(February)  Alfonso  Veterane,  Jr.  (February) 

Charles  Morris  Johnson  (February)  William  Cornelius  Walker 
Hugh  Neil  Jones  (February)  (February) 

Kenneth  Edward  Kinsinger  George  Hays  Walter  (February) 

(February)  Ernest  Verna  Winings  (February) 

John  Frederick  Meharry  (February)  Jack  Zimel  (October) 

In  Floriculture 
William  Ray  Randall  (February) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 


51 


In  Home  Economics 


Janet  Eunice  Buck  (February) 
Elizabeth  Abigail  Colean  (February) 
Gladys  Virginia  Heck  (October) 
Helen  Amelia  AIies  (February) 


Lucibert  Tippit  (February) 
Olive  Elizabeth  Wathen,  with 
Honors  (February) 


The  College  of  Education 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Education 


Pliny  Arnold  Adams  (February) 
Arthur  Charles  Anderson  (February) 
Marjorie  Stubbs  Atchley  (October) 
Mary  Elizabeth  Barns  (October) 
Lavinia  Mary  Barton  (October) 
Joseph  Robert  Bell  (February) 
Dorothea  AIae  Berry,  with  Honors  in 

Education  (February) 
Bernice  Alene  Black  (February) 
Elder  Gretchen  Bloomster  (August) 
Ruth  Ella  Boot  (February) 
Martin  Bernard  Borad  (October) 
MiLFORD  Bland  Bottomley  (October) 
Angeline  Elizabeth  Bozzich 

(October) 
John  Wagner  Brown  (August) 
Walter  Valmi  Brown  (August) 
Olive  Sarah  Carter  (February) 
Alyce  Collier  (August) 
Emil  Corgiat  (August) 
Frances  Elida  Crisler  (October) 
Jerome  Lester  Davis  (February) 
Walter  H.  Denison  (October) 
Catharine  Elizabeth  Dolan 

(October) 
Dorothy  Elizabeth  Dunlap  (October) 
Charlotte  Loualice  Faris  (October) 
William  Herbert  Farrimond 

(October) 
Leonard  Feinberg  (February) 
Norma  Floyd,  with  Honors  in  History 

(October) 
Evangeline  Christine  Force 

(October) 
Katherine  Lee  France  (August) 
Kathleen  Stuart  Funkhouser 

(October) 
Marion  Eugene  Gahan  (October) 
Verdie  Pearl  Galbreath  (August) 
Rosannt:  Garrison  (February) 
Tripoli  Thomas  Gentile  (February) 
Ethel  Grace  Gottrick  (October) 
Stanley  Douglas  Gralak  (August) 
Louie  Gratch  (February) 
Kenneth  Douglas  Gross  (February) 
William  David  Hall   (October) 


Frederick  Earl  Helpers  (October) 
Ella  Hlavacek  (October) 
Tom  Clifford  Horrall  (August) 
Evelyn  Fa  ye  Hoxsey  (August) 
Joseph  Thomas  Jana  (October) 
John  Rudolph  Juravich  (February) 
GoLDiE  Ann  Kannmacher  (August) 
NoLA  Opal  Kannmaoier  (August) 
Willis  Leon  Kias  (October) 
Mary  Jane  Kidd  (October) 
Naomi  Zimmerman  Koehler  (August) 
Clarence  Arthur  Kraft  (February) 
Henrietta  J.  Lembke  (October) 
Glenn  Watkins  Mathis  (February) 
Mahlon  Berton  Mercer  (February) 
AsTRiD  H.  MuNSON  (February) 
Stanley  Orn stein  (February) 
Donald  Francis  Peppard  (February) 
Forrest  Ingman  Peters  (February) 
Harold  Oren  Petty  (October) 
Helen  Elizabeth  Platt  (August) 
Elsie  Jean  Poirot,  with  Honors  in 

Education  (February) 
Lorena  Ray  Porter  (August) 
Ethel  Catherine  Prindable  (August) 
Herschel  Jltdson  Rea  (October) 
Lilbourne  Lester  Rice  (February) 
Katherine  Bernice  Riordan 

(February) 
Kenneth  Walter  Robinson 

(February) 
William  Allen  Rudolph  (October) 
Mary  Louise  Sayler  (October) 
Clara  Charlotte  Schlarman 

(October) 
Lillian  Betsy  Segel  (February) 
Ada  Beatrice  Smith  (October) 
Keith  Watson  Stein  (August) 
Herman  Maurice  Stokes   (February) 
John  William  Strader  (October) 
Helen  Jean  Thomson  (February) 
Hazel  Thornton  (February) 
Bernice  Anna  Tucker  (October) 
Edward  William  Weber  (February) 
Alexander  Wallace  Wilson 

(October) 


52 Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

In  Home  Economics  Education 
Marian  Malinda  Andermann  (February) 

In  Industrial  Education 
John  Franklin  Clawson  (October) 


The  College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Architectural  Engineering 
Ting  Tsung  Wang  (February) 

In  Architecture 
Cletis  Roy  Foley  (October)  John  Wilbur  Steinmann  (October) 

In  Music  Education 
Halcolene  Stroeter   (October) 

In  Public  School  Music 
Edward  Silas  Baker  (August) 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Fine  Arts 

In  Art  Education 
Marglterite  Dolch   (August) 

In  Painting 

Sarah  Russell  Taylor  Marshall  (October) 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Music 

Wolfgang  Kuhn,  with  High  Honors         Mahlon  Berton  Mercer  (February) 
(August) 

The  College  of  Law 
The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Laws 

Harvey  Heath  Acton,  B.S.,  1935  Louis  Eugene  Leiter,  A.B.,  1935 

(February)  (February) 

Sam  Bergman,  B.S.,  1935  (February)  Benjamin  E.  Neff,  A.B.,  1934 
Ralph  Herbert  Brouillette,  B.S.,  1932  (February) 

(February)  James  Allen  Powers,  B.S.,  1935 
Robert  Sessel  Brown,  A.B.,  Indiana  (October) 

University,  1934  (August)  Clifford  Ernst  Schmidgall,  B.S.L., 
James  Arthur  Eaton,  B.S.,  1935  Northwestern  University,  1934 

(August)  (August) 

Clarence  Eugene  Kimmel,  A.B.,  1917,  William  Frederick  John  Schulz, 

with  High  Honors   (August)  A.B.,  A.M.,  1933,  1934  (February) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  53 

William  Stewart  Scovill,  B.S.,  1935  John  William   Unger,  A.B.,  Wabash 
(February)  College,  1932  (August) 

Robert  Bruce  Thomson,  A.B.,  1935  Espey  Carrl  Williamson,  A.B.,  1933 
(August)  (February) 

The  School  of  Journalism 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Journalism 

Mary  Jane  Baker  (February)  William  August  Marsteller 
Patti  Burnham  (October)  (February) 

Marjorie  Jake  Byers  (February)  Raymond  Eugene  Price  (August) 

BiLLiE  Maxine  Jordan  (August)  Frances  Blair  Pride  (February) 
Robert  Aldridge  Klockau  (February) 


The  School  of  Physical  Education 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Physical  Education 
Sherwood  Elliott  Wise  (August) 

The  Library  School 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Library  Science 

Eloise  Gladys  Agnew,  A.B.,  Southwest  Texas   State  Teachers   College,   1927 

(August) 
Ruth  Lucille  Archer,  A. B.,  Mississippi  State  College  for  Women,  1921  (August) 
Helen  E.  Austin,  A.B.,  University  of  Arizona,  1935  (August) 
James  Gerard  Baker,  A.B.,  University  of  Missouri,  1930  (August) 
Janet  Gertrude  Bullen,  B.S.,  University  of  Minnesota,  1931  (August) 
Mary  Elizabeth  Coleman,  A.B.,  Mississippi  State  College  for  Women,  1931 

(August) 
Helen  Margaret  Cooper,  A.B.,  Ohio  Wesleyan  University,  1935  (August) 
Anne  Harrison  Crathorne,  A.B.,  1930  (August) 

Ralph  Theodore  Esterquest,  B.S.,  Northwestern  University,  1933  (August) 
Margaret  Louise  Fink,  A.B.,  State  University  of  Iowa,  1933  (August) 
Ferne  M.  Garman,  A.B.,  1932  (August) 
Margaret  (jOlden  Glenn,  A.B.,  1928  (August) 
Vera  Evelyn  Goessling,  A.B.,  B.S.,  University  of  Missouri,  1922,  with  Honors 

(August) 
Frances  Marion  Helff,  A.B.,  1931,  with  Honors  (August) 
Elizabeth  Anne  Hinckley,  A.B.,  Indiana  State  Normal  School,  1927  (August) 
JuANiTA  Geraldine  Kaxjfman,  A.B.,  1929  (August) 
Graoe  Fern  Latimer,  A.B.,  University  of  Denver,  1927  (August) 
Arethusa  Lowrey,  B.S.,  Central  Missouri  State  Teachers  College,  1924  (August) 
Elizabeth  Margaret  Malone,  A.B.,  Wesleyan  College  (Macon,  Georgia),  1924 

(August) 
Arden  Elizabeth  Masters,  A.B.,  Illinois  Woman's  College,  1926  (August) 


54  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

Reva  Nearhood,  A.B.,  University  of  South  Dakota,  1932  (October) 

Martha  Harriet  Nutt,  A.B.,  Butler  University,  1930  (August) 

Ophelia   Milret  Petty,  B.S.,   Southwest  Texas  State  Teachers  College,   1930 

(August) 
Aletha  Burnett  Redman,  A.B.,  Ellsworth  College,  1922 ;  A.M.,  State  University 

of  Iowa,  1923  (August) 
Becky  May  Sanford,  A.B.,  Blue  Mountain  College,  1934  (February) 
Mary  Louise  Seely,  A.B.,  Nebraska  Wesleyan  University,  1929  (August) 
Margaret  Elizabeth  Sheers,  A.B.,  West  Texas  State  Teachers  College,  1932 

(August) 
Catherine  Anne  Simms,  B.Ed.,  Northern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1934 

(August) 
Sister  Mary  Emerenciana  Medelis,  C.S.C,  Ph.B.,  A.M.,  DePaul  University, 

1928,  1934,  with  High  Honors  (August) 
Clydine  Catherine  Stickney,  A.B.,  University  of  Texas,  1926  (August) 
Frieda  Emilie  Voss,  Ph.B.,  Shurtleff  College,  1925  (August) 
Josephine  Hunt  Waller,  A.B.,  1935  (August) 
Olive  Mary  Weaver,  B.S.,  State  Teachers  College  (Murfreesboro,  Tennessee), 

1934   (August) 
Matilda  Wiley,  A.B.,  1935  (August) 


The  College  of  Medicine 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Medicine 

Morris  Abrams  (February)  Max  Edward  Klein  (February) 

Duncan  Biddlecombe  (February)  Jack  Levin  (February) 

Horace  Pearse  Christian  (February)  Bernard  M.  Lipschultz  (October) 

Robert  Fuller  Dearborn  (February)  Harry  De  Witt  Nesmith  (February) 

Frederick  Leroy  Eagleston,  Jr.  Bernard  B.  Neuchiller  (October) 

(February)  Clifford  H.  Peters  (February) 

Ernest  Theodore  Faigle  (October)  Lawrence  William  Peterson 
Irwin  Earle  Gaynon  (February)  (October) 

George  Augustine  Goder  (October)  Harry  N.  Petrakos  (October) 

Jerome  Kaiser  (October)  John  Wesley  Sheagren  (October) 

Walter  Curtis  Kinser  (February)  Milton  Jerome  Sneider  (October) 

The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Medicine 

Joel  E.  Adams  (July  i,  1936) 

Samuel  Alfred  Adland,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Ben  Appel,  B.S.,  1935  (July  i,  1936) 

Alfred  Stone  Ash  (July  i,  1936) 

Harold  Joseph  Barys,  B.S.,  1935  (June  8,  1936) 

Oscar  Jacob  Becker  (July  i,  1936) 

Merrill  Charles  Beecher  (July  i,  1936) 

Robert  David  Berke  (July  i,  1936) 

Armin  Louis  Blaufuss,  Ph.C,  1928  (July  i,  1936) 

George  Wencil  Bohr  (June  6,  1937) 

Daniel  Edward  Bowers  (July  i,  1936) 

David  Marvin  Brotman,  B.M.,  1935  (July  i,  1936) 

Emily  Baer  Brownell,  B.S.,  1934  (July  i,  1936) 

Edward  Maurice  Burns  (June  6,  1937) 

Robert  Vernon  Carter  (July  i,  1936) 

Louis  Chabner  (July  i,  1936) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  55 

IsADORE  Hymen  Cohn,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1931  (July  i,  1936) 

Clement  Clark  Coleman,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

George  Edward  Colyer,  A.B.,  B.S.,  1931,  1934,  with  Honors  (July  i,  1936) 

Nathan  Solomon  Deutsch,  B.S.,  1934  (July  i,  1936) 

Norman  B.  Dobin,  B.S.,  1934  (July  i,  1936) 

Sidney  Harvey  Duboe  (July  i,  1936) 

Frank  Wayne  Edel,  A.B.,  1931  (July  i,  1936) 

Gerson  Faden,  A.B.,  1931  (February  10,  1937) 

Thomas  J.  Fitzpatrick  (July  i,  1936) 

Lawrence  Edward  Foulke,  B.S.,  Lewis  Institute,  1931  (July  i,  1936) 

Robert  Friedenberg,  A.B.,  Columbia  University,  1930;  B.M.,  1935  (July  I,  1936) 

Cyril  AL  Gallati  (July  i,  1936) 

Harvey  Enoch  Gaynes,  B.S.,  1934  (July  i,  1936) 

Erving  Francis  Geever,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

George  Everett  Gilman,  A.B.,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1931,  1933,  1935  (July  i,  1936) 

Jacob  A.  Glassman,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Irwin  Globerson  (June  21,  1936) 

Aaron  Louis  (Goldberg  (July  i,  1936) 

Manuel  (}oldfine,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1928  (July  i,  1936) 

Abraham  (}orday,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Marion  Lee  (k)RD0N  (June  8,  1936) 

Vincent  James  Greco  (July  i,  1936) 

Maurice  O.  Grossman,  A.B.,  B.S.,  1931,  1934  (July  i,  1936) 

A.-UJON  Leopold  Gunther,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Rudolf  Willl^m  Hack,  A.B.,  B.S.,  1931,  1933  (September  30,  1936) 

Jacob  Francis  Hahn,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1930,  1936  (July  1,  1936) 

Zigmore  Harris,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Irving  Hassen,  B.S.,  1935  (July  15,  1936) 

Richard  Teal  Haverstock,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

John  A.  Havlicek,  B.S.,  1934  (June  6,  1937) 

James  Henry  Hawkes  (July  i,  1936) 

Paul  Earl  Hepner,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

George  Ray  Hill  (July  i,  1936) 

H.  Sargent  Howard,  B.S.,  1935  (July  i,  1936) 

Victor  H.  Hunkel,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1928  (July  i,  1936) 

Carl  Ireneus,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

John  Hick  Johnstone,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

William  Henry  Kaeiser  (July  i,  1936) 

Joseph  T.  Kaminskas  (July  i,  1936) 

Jack  R.  Karel,  B.S.,  Northwestern  University,  1931  (July  i,  1936) 

Charles  Katz,  B.S.,  1931  (July  i,  1936) 

Jerome  David  Kaufman  (December  31,  1936) 

Robert  Stephen  Keller  (July  i,  1936) 

George  Kieve  Keppleman,  B.S.,  1934  (July  i,  1936) 

Adelbert  Herman  Klein,  B.S.,  1934  (July  i,  1936) 

William  Nelk  Knudsen,  A.B.,  1931  (December  31,  1936) 

Harold  Jay  Koch,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1931  (December  12,  1936) 

George  Lewis  Kraft,  B.S.,  1933  (December  31,  1936) 

Sherburne  Krueger,  B.S.,  1934  (July  15,  1936) 

Emerson  C.  Kunde,  A.B.,  B.S.,  1931,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Milton  Elmer  Kurth,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Albert  Thomas  Kwedar,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Herbert  Lang,  B.S.,  1933  (June  8,  1936) 

H.A.RRY  Lazar,  B.S.,  Lewis  Institute,  1931  (July  i,  1936) 

Louis  Samuel  Lerner,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1931  (July  i,  1936) 

Sydney  S.  Levine,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1931  (July  i,  1936) 

William  Wayne  Lockwood,  B.S.,  1932  (July  i,  1936) 

Katherine  MacEachern,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1929  (July  i,  1936) 

Irwin  Harry  Makovsky,  B.S.,  1934  (July  i,  1936) 

Harold  Marks,  A.B.,  B.S.,  1932,  1934  (July  i,  1936) 


56  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

Aaron  S.  Mason,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

LoRRELL  Edward  Messman,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Ira  Robert  Morrison,  A.B.,  Maryville  College,  1930;  B.S.,  1934  (July  i,  1936) 

James  Joseph  Murphy,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Charles  Arthur  Nelson  (July  i,  1936) 

Samuel  Nieder,  B.S.,  1935  (September  30,  1936) 

Winston  K.  Nix  (July  i,  1936) 

Franklin  Arnold  Olson,  B.S.,  Wheaton  College,  1930  (July  i,  1936) 

John  Parke,  B.S.,  1934  (July  i,  1936) 

Matthew  Platt  (July  i,  1936) 

Oscar  M.  Plotkin,  B.S.,  1934  (July  i,  1936) 

Harold  Price,  Ph.G.,  1926  (July  i,  1936) 

Leonard  Price,  B.S.,  1934  (August  7,  1936) 

Fred  August  Quenzer,  B.S.,  1935  (June  6,  1937) 

Joseph  Raider  (July  i,  1936) 

James  Stedman  Reynolds,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Keith  Rhea,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Frederick  Jasper  Ricketts,  B.S.,  1935  (July  i,  1936) 

Sydney  Sigmund  Rooth,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Benjamin  Bernard  Rosen  (August  31,  1936) 

Jack  Rosenberg  (July  i,  1936) 

Samuel  William  Rosenberg  (December  31,  1936) 

Irving  Hyman  Rosenthal,  B.S.,  1933  (June  15,  1936) 

Reuben  Rubisoff,  B.S.,  1932  (January  12,  1937) 

Mandel  Sachs  (December  31,  1936) 

Seymour  R.  Salberg,  B.S.,  1934  (May  25,  1937) 

Robert  Edward  Schettler,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Herbert  A.  Schiller,  Ph.C.,  B.S.,  1928,  1933  (December  31,  1936) 

John  Lavine  Schilsky,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Ernst  Schmidhofer,  Jr.  (June  6,  1937) 

Kenneth  Fosnes  Schneider,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Leonard  Jerome  Schwade  (June  15,  1936) 

Frank  C.  Sedlak,  B.M.,  1935  (July  i,  1936) 

William  Frederick  Seifert  (September  30,  1936) 

Alexander  Joseph  Shimkus,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1931  (July  i,  1936) 

Harry  I.  Shulruff,  B.S.,  1933,  with  Honors  (July  i,  1936) 

Joseph  Howard  Siegfried  (July  i,  1936) 

Jerome  Joel  Sievers,  Ph.G.,  1929  (July  i,  1936) 

Robert  James  Sigler,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Pasche  Silvert  (July  i,  1936) 

Danely  Philip  Slaughter,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Manuel  Slavin,  A.B.,  Washington  University,  1930  (July  i,  1936) 

Clarence  William  Smith,  Ph.C.,  North  Pacific  College,  1928  (July  i,  1936) 

Roger  Francis  Sondag,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Raymond  Elmer  Sorensen,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Adelbert  L.  Spiller,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Bertram  Spira,  B.S.,  Lewis  Institute,  1931  (December  31,  1936) 

Albert  Elon  Steer,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Albert  Frank  Stein,  B.S.,  1934  (July  i,  1936) 

Richard  Vawter  Stevenson,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Samuel  Lloyd  Stout,  Ph.C,  1929  (July  i,  1936) 

Edward  A.  Tappan,  B.S.,  1924  (July  i,  1936) 

Aloysious  Felix  Tasch,  B.S.,  1934  (July  i,  1936) 

Russell  Kenneth  Taubert  (July  i,  1936) 

Frank  Joseph  Tesar,  B.S.,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Milton  Tinsley,  B.S.,  1933,  with  Honors  (December  31,  1936) 

Jack  Wagner  (July  i,  1936) 

Morris  Waisman,  B.S.,  1933,  with  High  Honors  (July  i,  1936) 

Leonard  Weissman,  B.S.,  1933  (September  30,  1936) 

Raymond  Benedict  White,  A.B.,  B.S.,  1931,  1933  (July  i,  1936) 

Charles  LeRoy  Wunsch  (July  i,  1936) 


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The  College  of  Dentistry 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Dentistry 
Harvey  A.  Tanner  (October) 

The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Dental  Surgery 

Beoda  John  Frey,  B.S.,  1934  (October) 
Tames  Craig  Grether,  B.S.,  1934  (October) 

The  Graduate  School 

(DEGREES  CONFERRED  IN  CHICAGO) 

The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 

In  Bacteriology 

Emil  Weiss,  M.D.,  University  of  Prague,  1919.    The  complement  fixation  test 
in  tuberculosis.    (February) 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Anatomy 
Reino  Hendrick  Puumala,  B.S.,  M.D.,  1931,  1934  (October) 

In  Bacteriology 

Katheryn  Elizabeth  Buck,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1934  (October) 
Walter  Richard  Hess,  B.S.,  University  of  Nebraska,  1927  (February) 
Charles  David  Spangler,  B.S.,  Armour  Institute,  1934  (October) 

In  Orthodontia 
John  Monroe  Spence,  B.S.,  D.D.S.,  1933,  1935  (February) 

In  Pathology 
Arthur  Bernard  Levan,  B.S.,  1934  (October) 

In  Physiology 

Nathaniel  Glickman,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1934  (October) 
Muriel  Eunice  Lesser,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1932  (February) 

In  Surgery 

William  Philip  Kleitsch,  B.S.,  1934  (February) 
Walter  Shriner,  B.S.,  1935  (February) 


Military  Commissions 

Second  Lieutenants,  Officers'  Reserve  Corps,  United  States  Army 


Presented  in  May,  ig^f 


Field  Artillery 


Dallas  Fay  Achenbach* 
John  Antonchick 
Robert  Benjamin  Arnold* 
Britt  Blair* 

Harold  Winther  Busch,  Jr.* 
Millard  Eugene  Castle* 
Kenneth  John  Chermak 
Herbert  Lincoln  Chessman* 
Ross  Edward  Clark 
Max  Eugene  Cooper* 
Robert  Sinclair  Dietz* 
Robert  Minshall  Dole* 
James  Owen  Eaton* 
Thomas  AIarshall  Esmond 
Donald  Wilbert  Franklin 
DuRWARD  Mac  Geer* 
Alan  Leslie  Goodmiller* 
Michael  Jacob  Gordon* 
William  Digby  Guynn* 
Kenneth  E.  Harshbarger* 
John  Albert  Holtzman* 
Jack  Everett  Horsley* 
Marcel  Albert  Hrnak,  Jr.* 
John  Franklin  Hunt* 
Robert  Sims  Hutchens* 
Sheldon  Harris  Irish* 
Russell  John  Keirs* 
Fred  James  Kile 
Dean  Stanley  Kingman* 
John  Lawrence  Lester* 
"Rodney  Lockhart 


Russell  Lawrence  Armour* 
James  Collins  Bagg* 
Eugene  Charles  Bauer 
Frederick  William  Baum* 
Bernard  Chesley  Grain* 
Richard  Bradford  Crook* 
Garret  Dekker* 
Harold  Otto  Fichte* 
Lloyd  Allen  Coding* 
Claud  Henry  Harrold,  Jr.* 
James  MacKenzie  Hennig* 
Alfred  Charles  Henning* 
Ben  Duvall  Kiningham,  Jr.* 
Robert  Raymond  Lauber* 
Luther  Frederick  Long 
James  Franklin  Maynard* 
Marvin  Elery  Monk,  Jr.* 
Paul  Woodrow  Neidhardt* 
Charles  Albert  Newlin* 

Kenneth  Carl  Anderson* 
Benjamin  Thomas  Baird,  Jr. 
Phillip  Haines  Baker 


Francis  Xavier  Lueth 

Earl  Edwin  Lutz* 

Jack  Boaz  McFarland* 

Carl  LaVern  Miller* 

Ralph  Shearer  Morgan* 

Albert  Danforth  Mulliken,  Jr.* 

DuANE  Albert  Murray* 

Langdon  Cummings  Perkins 

Levett  Alphy  Peters* 

Robert  Hoyt  Price* 

William  Henry  Rife,  Jr.* 

John  Robert  Robb* 

Robert  Carl  Roos 

Arthur  Leonard  Schick* 

Edward  Joseph  Skarda,  Jr. 

Paul  Arnold  Smith* 

Eugene  Rex  Smyth 

Robert  Ellsworth  Spangler* 

Kenneth  Raymond  Speer* 

Gerhard  Ray  Sprengling* 

Kurt  Sprengling 

Maurice  Mortimer  Strang 

William  John  Sunderman* 

Alexis  Cornelius  Svigoon* 

Jordan  Truitt* 

Edward  Eugene  Van  Der  Heyden 

Robert  Charles  Verkler* 

Charles  Nelson  Wagner* 

James  Darwin  Wikoff 

Walter  Edward  Willard* 

Gordon  Fredrick  Zelle* 


Cavalry 


Richard  George  Otto 
John  Lowe  Parker* 
William  Arthur  Parrish* 
Charles  Donald  Perkinson* 
William  Robert  Pershall* 
LoN  V.  Porter,  Jr.* 
Edward  Bernard  Rasmessen* 
Ernest  John  Rauschenberger,  Jr.* 
Richard  Newton  Roerig 
William  Augustus  Roglis* 
Howard  Paul  Schaudt 
Joseph  Andrew  Shulmistras* 
Ralph  Simcha  Silverstein* 
Arthur  Porteus  Simpson,  Jr. 
Eugene  John  White* 
Alvin  Carl  Wienold 
Walter  Conrad  Wolf* 
George  Herbert  Zink 


Coast  Artillery 


Walter  Nelson  Brown* 
Chase  Cutler  Coffey* 
Robert  Ryan  Copper* 


•Recommended  for  Commissions  as  Brevet  Captains  in  the  Illinois  National  Guard. 

59 


6o 


Military  Commissions 


Harlan  Ames  Hashbarger* 
Frederick  Leon  Heller* 
John  Edward  Holloway* 
John  Davis  Kibler* 
Donald  Edward  Lawrence* 
Earl  Williams  Limberg* 
William  Reitz  Mead 
Frederick  William  Meyer* 
John  Wallace  Miles 
Donald  Frederick  Nemitz* 
Edward  Thielens  Peeples* 


Ernest  Cortland  Adams* 
John  Vincent  Anderson 
Robert  Karl  Bauerle 
Carl  Edward  Campbell* 
Thomas  Paul  De  Wan* 
Elmer  Austin  Dixon 
William  Robert  Elden,  Jr.* 
Harry  Dean  Evans* 
Wayne  Xalpha  Fay* 
Virgil  Bernard  Ferguson 
David  Doss  GtOdfrey 
Jan  Varick  Gunn* 
Theodore  Norman  Hackett* 
Thomas  Stevenson  Johansen 
Clayton  Erick  Johnson* 
Gale  Heston  Jones* 
Howard  Herbert  Kern 
Max  Eugene  Lamb 


Robert  John  Binford,  Jr.* 
Frederick  Jack  Foersterling* 
Edmond  Milton  Click* 
Willis  Beatty  Hamilton* 
Leon  Northrup  Johnston* 
Frank  Raymond  Kubick 
Jack  B.  Lortz* 
Orval  Wesley  Lucier* 
Lewis  Baltzell  Mayhew 
Paul  William  McKey* 
Paul  Bryan  Meyer* 
BouLTON  Bainbridge  Miller 


Joseph  Wendell  Ponder* 
Robert  Pope  Powers 
Richard  Kenneth  Redfern* 
Charles  Richard  Rockwell 
William  John  Samuels 
John  William  Schriber 
Kenneth  Seddon* 
Edwin  LeRoy  Stoll* 
Irvin  Albert  Vetesnik 
William  Walcott  Watson* 
Wayne  Arthur  Wise* 


Engineers 


Keith  Lindley* 
George  Henry  Logan* 
Carl  Magne  Milner* 
Elmer  Harold  Olson* 
Francis  Fred  Poppenburg 
Allen  Knowlton  Porter* 
Raymond  Charles  Arthur  Purl* 
Walter  Adolph  Renner* 
Walter  Jennings  Senters* 
Robert  Brown  Shanks* 
Marvin  Benjamin  Siegel 
Harry  Ellsworth  Skinner* 
Bruce  K.  Slonneger* 
Howard  Oscar  Snodgrass* 
Walter  Marion  Turner* 
WooDROW  Walsh* 
Robert  William  Weldon* 
Merlin  Hardy  Whitehead 


Infantry 


Charles  Junior  Nilsson 
George  Albert  Richner* 
Charles  Gordon  Robinson* 
William  Frank  Savoie 
Donald  Channing  Smith* 
Walter  Gordon  Still* 
John  Robert  Stipp* 
Howard  Arthur  Stotler,  Jr.* 
William  Alexander  Sullivan,  Jr. 
Robert  Dean  Upp* 
Orville  Herman  Warfel* 


Signal  Corps 

Robert  Garnett  Clay  -              Donald  Franklin  Marston 

Karle  De  Wolf*  Joseph  John  Martan 

Austin  Arthur  Robert  Dyson*  Bernard  Allen  Monderer 

Edward  Hong*  Harold  De  Haven  Townsend* 

Richard  John  Kirsten*  Thaddeus  Lewis  Woltanski 
Richard  Roy  Little* 

Chemical  Warfare 

Donald  George  Botteron*  Robert  Ira  Schub* 

Clinton  B.  McKeown* 

Presented  in  February,  ip^y 
Conrad  Frank  Hlavacek*  William  Joseph  Lierman,  Jr.* 

Robert  John  Hoeffliger*  Donald  Tillotson  Miller* 

Jarvis  Chandler  Hurd*  James  Evans  Murphy* 

Robert  Aldridge  Klockau* 


*Recomniended  for  Commissions  as  Brevet  Captains  in  the  Illinois  National  Guard. 


Prizes  and  Awards 


Colleges  and  Schools  at  Urbana 


Allerton  American  Traveling 
Scholarships  in  Architecture 
Fred  James  Kile 
Robert  Ashton  Str.\uch 

Alpha  Chi  Sigma  Plaque  in 
Chemistry 
Donald  Norman  Hanson 

Alpha  Rho  Chi  Medal  in 
Architecture 
Robert  Bush  Little 

Alpha  Zeta  Cup  in  Agriculture 
Walter  Hemphill  Boggs 

American  Institute  of  Architects 
Medal 
Robert  Bush  Little 

American  Legion  Medals 
James  Darwin  Lierman,  Field 

Artillery 
George  Dodge  Walraven,  Cavalry 
Ralph  Virgil  McCarthy,  Coast 

Artillery 
Sterling  Kenwood  Eisiminger, 

Eitgineers 
John  Giltner  Twist,  Infantry 
Maurice  Kilner  Carr,  Signal  Corps 

American  Society  of  Civil 
Engineers  Awards 
Central  Illinois  Section: 
Harry  Ellsworth  Skinner 
Robert  Frank  Hastings 

Illinois  Section: 
Thomas  Paul  DeWan 

Baker  Prizes  in  Civil  Engineering 
Harry  Ellsworth  Skinner,  First 
Ernest  William  Zelnick,  Second 

Beta  Gamma  Sigma  Prize  in 
Commerce 
Richard  Glenn  Gordley 
Milburn  Green  Slusser 

Cavalry  Medal 
Kenneth  Arthur  Schelp 

Chi  Omega  Prize  in  Sociology 
Carolyn  Sawyer  Lowry 


Thomas  Arkle  Clark  (Phi  Eta 
Sigma)  Scholarship  Prize 
Roland  Neely  McKean 

Delta  Theta  Epsilon  Trophy  in 
Physical  Education 
Harry  Austin  Combes 

Emerson  Prize  in  Architecture 
Robert  Bush  Little 

English  Poetry  Prize 
Edwin  George  Bruell 

Field  Artillery  Trophies  (Connor 
Cups) 
Walter  Thomas  Morey,  Freshman 
Barton  Ormsbee  Baker,  Sophomore 
George  Sterba,  Junior 

Gamma  Sigma  Delta  Prize  in 
Agriculture 
Werner  Lind  Nelson 

Harker  Prizes  in  Law 
Hiram  Henry  Lesar  (Senior,  1936) 
Willard  Leland  Eckhardt  (Junior, 
1936) 

Hazelton  Medals  in  Military 
Science 
Robert  Condit  Ingalls,  First 
George  Robert  Avery,  Second 

Home  Economics  Club  Cup 
Barbara  Elizabeth  AfooRE 

Intercollegiate  Conference  Medal 
for  Excellence  in  Scholarship 
and  Athletics 
Harry  Austin  Combes 

Iota  Sigma  Pi  Prize  in  Chemistry 

Lucille  Ellen  Albrecht 

Kappa  Delta  Pi  Award  in 
Education 
Mary  Bernice  Kaericher 

Kate  Neal  Kinley  Memorial 

Fellowship  in  the  Fine  Arts 
Mary  Elizabeth  Huff 


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62 


Prises  and  Awards 


LeBrun  Traveling  Scholarship  in 
Architecture 
Matthew  Harold  Lapota 

Omega  Beta  Pi  Prize  in  Pre- 
Medical  Work 
Robert  William  Thometz 

Omicron  Nu  Plaque 
Mary  Elizabeth  Friend 

Pershing  Rifles  Award 
Edward  Smith  Eraser 

Phalanx  Awards 
Harvey  Ingo  Nitz,  Field  Artillery 
Allen  Norris  Fairbank,  Cavalry 
Perry  Jonathan  Stratton,  Coast 

Artillery 
John  Somer  Shapland,  Engineers 
Richard  Thomas  Dunn,  Infantry 
James  Frueh  Tracy,  Signal  Corps 

Phi  Beta  Kappa  Prize 
Theodore  Lee  Agnew,  Jr. 

Phi  Chi  Theta  Key  in  Commerce 
Jane  Elizabeth  Tharp 

Phi  Kappa  Phi  Graduate 
Scholarship 

Viola  Loeseke 

Charles  Edward  Meyers 

Pi  Alpha  Xi  Shield 
Anna  Caroline  Raut 

Plym  Fellowship  in  Architecture 
Harris  Atteridge  Kemp 

Plym  Foreign  Scholarship  in 
Architectural  Engineering 
Rudard  Artaban  Jones 

Pl3Tn  Prizes  in  Architectural 
Engineering 

Warren  Elwood  Glover 
Chester  Charles  Brandt 
Grable  Barceleaux  Weber,  Jr. 

Plym  Prize  for  Sketch  Problems 
John  Fred  B artels 

Plym  Prize  for  Summer  Sketches 
Bernard  Holmes  Bradley 


Ricker  Prizes  in  the  History  of 
Architecture 
Joseph  Henry  Crammer,  First 
Thomas  Scott  Twerdahl,  Second 
Robert  Ashton  Strauch,  Third 

Ryerson  Fellowship  Competitors 

In  Architecture: 
Raymond  John  Stuermer 
Eugene  Wasserman 

In  Landscape  Architecture: 
James  Wilfred  Reid 
Edward  William  Tabaka 

Ryerson  Traveling  Fellowship  in 
Architecture 
Arthur  Hennighausen 

Scarab  Medals 

In  Architectural  Engineering: 
Harold  Koplar 

In  Architecture: 
Harold  Russell  Ekroth 
John  Petersen,  Jr. 
Paul  Campagna 

In  Landscape  Architecture: 
Wiley  Thomas  Jones 

Sigma  Delta  Chi  Scroll  and  Key 
for  Seniors  in  Journalism 
Louise  Trimble 
Edwin  LeRoy  Stoll 
Paul  Woodrow  Neidhardt 
Lyall  Frederick  Smith 
Richard  Field  Beam 
Arleen  Wilson 
Grace  Luise  Liesendahl 

Sigma  Delta  Kappa  Cup  in  Law 
Willard  Farrel  Ice 

Signal  Corps  Medals  and  Insignia 
George  Raybourne  O'Neal, 

Freshman 
Kenneth  Mace  Gonseth, 

Sophomore 
Stephen  Swayze  Doherty,  Junior 

Tau  Beta  Pi  Fellowship 
Harlan  Erwin  Oehler 

University  Gold  Medal  in 
Military  Science 
George  Dodge  Walraven,  First 
Edward  Smith  Eraser,  Second 

University  Landscape  Architec- 
ture Society  Prize 
James  Wilfred  Reid 


Prises  and  Awards 


63 


Colleges  in  Chicago 


Alpha  Omega  Alpha  Members  in 
the  Fourth-Year  Class  of  the 
College  of  Medicine 

Harry  Louis  Deutsch 

Maurice  Dunn 

Joseph  Edwin  Faingold 

Philip  Falk 

Marie  Anna  Hagele 

Howard  Eugene  Heyer 

Is  ADORE  Allen  Kaplan 

Max  Kaplan 

Herbert  Lack 

Edward  Le\t[ne 

Victor  Lorber 

Jerome  Saul  Mehlman 

Raymond  Brereton  Murphy 

Sol  Pearl  man 

Louis  Judea  Perlm utter 

Edward  Sosson 

Isadore  Spinka 

Allen  Edw.\rd  Winer 

Joseph  John  Zuska 

Samuel  L.  Antonow  Prize  in 
Pharmacy 

^L^RCELLA  LeONA  DaRGIS 

William  Beaumont  Prize  in 
Medicine 

Yngve  Joranson 
Joseph  Simons 

James  Burkett  Deuss  Memorial^ 
Prize  in  Medicine 

Milicent  Louise  Hathaway 
Ben  Zion  Rappaport 
Carlos  Isaac  Reed 


William  Gray  Prize  in  Pharmacy 
Franklin  Charles  Cevela 

Hodel-Saltiel-Hodel  Prize  in 
Pharmacy 
Fr,\nk  Thomas  Maher 

Omicron  Kappa  Upsilon  Mem- 
bership Awards  in  Dentistry 

Murray  Mitchell  Hoffman 
Rudolph  Scheim 
Ralph  Margulies 

Lee  M.  Pedigo  Prize  in  Materia 
Medica 
John  Bruno  Przepiorski 

Alice  E.  Pelikan  Prize  in  Materia 
Medica 
Forrest  Virgil  Leonard 

Rho  Chi  Membership  Award  in 
Pharmacy 

Frank  Thomas  Maher 

Andrew  Scherer  Prize  in 
Pharmacy 
Charles  Henry  Becker 

Seminar  Prize  in  Dentistry 

AIurray  Mitchell  Hoffman 
Robert  Arthur  Greenberg 
Ralph  Margulies 


Herman  Elich  Prize  in  Chemistry      Sigma  Xi  Prize 
R.\ymond  Joseph  Warzynski  Murray  Mitchell  Hoffman 


JUL  1-1937 


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THE  LIBRARY  OF  THE 

JUN13  1940 

UNIVERSITY  OF  ILLINOIS 


Aiild  Lang  Syne 

Should  auld  acquaintance  be  forgot, 
And  never  brought  to  mind? 

Should  auld  acquaintance  be  forgot, 
And  days  of  auld  lang  syne? 

For  auld  lang  syne,  my  dear, 
For  auld  lang  syne ; 
We'll  take  a  cup  o'  kindness  yet, 
For  auld  lang  syne. 


Order  of  Exercises 


Commencement  Procession 
Prelude 

Academic  Processional  March Carl  Engel 

Cortege  from  "Mlada" Rimsky-Korsakov 

Finale  from  "Ein  Heldenleben" Richard  Strauss 

UNIVERSITY  CONCERT  BAND 
Albert  Austin  Harding,  Director 


Invocation 


The  Reverend  J.  RODGER  AIcCOLL,  A.B.,  S.T.B. 
Chapel  of  St.  John  the  Divine,  Champaign 


Commencement  Address 


Professor  ERNEST  LUDLOW  BOGART,  Ph.D. 
Head  of  the  Department  of  Economics 


Interlude 


Overture  to  "Benvenuto  Cellini" Berlioz 

UNIVERSITY  CONCERT  BAND 

Greetings  to  the  Graduating  Class 

CHARLES  WHAM,  LL.B.,  Class  of  1912 
President  of  the  Alumni  Association 

Conferring  of  Degrees 

President  ARTHUR  CUTTS  WILLARD,  B.S.,  D.Eng.,  LL.D. 

Singing  of  "Auld  Lang  Syne" 

THE  AUDIENCE 

Benediction 

The  Reverend  Mr.  McCOLL 

Postlude 

Introduction  to  Act  III  from  "Lohengrin" Wagner 

UNIVERSITY  CONCERT  BAND 

THE  LIBRARY  OF  THE 

juNismo 

UNIVERSITY  OF  ILLINOIS 


Significance  of  Cap  Tassel  Colors 

Graduate   School Black 

College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences White 

College  of  Commerce  and  Business  Administration Dark  Gray 

College  of  Engineering Orange 

College  of  Agriculture Maize 

College  of  Education Blue 

College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts Chocolate  Brown 

College  of  Law Purple 

School  of  Journalism Black  and  White 

School  of  Physical  Education Sage  Green 

Library  School Lemon  Yellow 


Candidates  for  Degrees 


The  Graduate  School 

The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 
In  Agronomy 

Leonard  Free^ian  Williams,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1932,  1935.  The  inheritance  of  seed 
coat  color  in  the  soybean. 

In  Animal  Husbandry 

Harold  Martin  Scott,  B.S.,  Oregon  State  College,  1924;  M.S.,  Kansas  State 
College,  1927.    The  physiology  of  egg  size  in  the  domestic  fowl. 

In  Botany 

Stephen  Diachun,  B.S.,  Rhode  Island  State  College,  1934;  M.S.,  1935.    Studies 

on  the  Penicillium  seedling  blight  of  corn. 
Virginia    Beatrice    Gangstad,    A.B.,    A.M.,    1934,    1935.     Contributions    to   the 

morphology  of  the  Passifloraceae. 
John   Henry   Hanley,   B.S.,   University   of    Michigan,    1927;    M.S.,    1933.    The 

effect  of  temperature  on  the  forcing  of  bulbs. 
Hubert  Andrew  Harris,  A.B.,  Southeastern  Teachers  College,  1930;  M.S.,  1932. 

Transpirational  and  toxic  effects  induced  by  Bacillus  iracheiphiluSj  Aplano- 

bacter  Stei'jarti,  and  Verticillium  alboatrum. 

In  Chemistry 

George  Bosworth  Brown,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1934;  M.S.,  1936. 
Reactions  of  salts  of  nitro  compounds. 

Barrel  J.  Butterbaugh,  B.S.,  University  of  Nebraska,  1935.  I.  Derivatives  of 
octahydrophenanthrene.  II.  Degradations  of  apogossypol.  III.  The  chem- 
istry of  binaphthyl. 

John  Wayne  Cole,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1935 ;  A.M.,  1936.  I.  The 
cyanoester  ring  closure.  II.  The  structure  of  3-benzoyl-2-phenylcyclo- 
pentanone. 

Clarence  England  Denoon,  Jr.,  B.S.,  M.S.,  University  of  Richmond,  1934,  1935. 
The  structure  and  reactions  of  polyvinyl  alcohol. 

George  Edward  Eilerman,  B.S.,  Xavier  University,  1931.  I.  Synthetic  ap- 
proach to  the  preparation  of  nuclei  occurring  in  the  sex  hormones.  II.  Re- 
arrangement of  the  allyl  ether  of  benzaldoxime. 

Glenn  Charles  Finger,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1927,  1928.  The  steric  influences  of  the 
methoxyl,  carboxyl,  methyl,  and  nitro  groups  in  substituted  diphenyls. 

Charles  LeRoy  Fleming,  Jr.,  A.B.,  Dartmouth  College,  1935 ;  A.M.,  1936.  A 
new  synthesis  of  furans. 

Charles  Albert  Getz,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1932,  1934.  New  methods  in  quantitative 
analysis   using   oxidation-reduction    reactions. 

Frank  John  Glavis,  A.B.,  Dartmouth  College,  1935.  Polysulfones  from  sulfur 
dioxide  and  olefins. 

Robert  Michael  Joyce,  Jr.,  B.S.,  M.S.,  University  of  Nebraska,  1935,  1936.  I. 
Stereochemistry  of  molecules  containing  more  than  one  point  of  restricted 
rotation.    II.   Enolization  of   aldehydes. 

LoL^s  Schroer  Keyser,  B.S.,  M.S.,  University  of  Idaho,  1934,  1935.  I.  Synthesis 
of  beta'-diethylaminoethyl  beta-aminocrotonate.    II.  Derivatives  of  plithalide. 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ij,  ip^8 


Edward  Crane  Kirkpatrick,  A.B.,  Princeton  University,  1935.  I.  The  structure 
of  gossypol.   II.  Reactions  of  lactones. 

William  Emil  Lundquist,  B.Chem.,  University  of  Minnesota,  1934;  M.S.,  1936. 
1,4-biradicals. 

James  Peyton  McReynolds,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1929.  Stereo- 
chemical configurations  in  inorganic  complex  compounds. 

Bernard  Charles  Marklein,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1934,  1935.  Detection  of  the  newer 
industrial  elements. 

Eldon  Emerson  Rice,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1934;  M.S.,  1936.  The  bio- 
logical significance  of  certain  amino  acids. 

Harry  Kennon  Sutherland,  B.S.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1935.  The  prepara- 
tion and  absorption  spectra  of  some  camphane  derivatives. 

Louise  Pickens  Tanner,  B.S.,  1921 ;  M.S.,  Iowa  State  College,  1927.  A  study  of 
the  nature  and  properties  of  different  types  of  corn  starch. 

John  Hamilton  Van  Campen,  B.Chem.,  Cornell  University,  1935 ;  M.S.,  1936. 
Hindered  acid  chlorides  in  the  Grignard  synthesis. 

In  Economics 

Lloyd  Edward  Fitzgerald,  B.Ed.,  Superior  State  Teachers  College,  1927;  A.M., 
University  of  Iowa,  1930.    Some  aspects  of  railway  finance  since  1929. 

Philip  Graydon  Hudson,  13. S.,  M.S.,  University  of  Arizona,  1930,  1933.  The 
use  of  statistical  methods  to  measure  the  physical  volume  of  production  in 
the  United  States. 

Gustav  Wesley  Kuhlman,  B.S.,  South  Dakota  State  College,  1925;  M.S.,  1927. 
Some  economic  aspects  of  small-scale  farming  in  Oregon  with  special 
reference  to  part-time  farming  in  the  Willamette  Valley  region. 

Cecil  Adolph  AIoyer,  B.S.,  Miami  University,  1931 ;  M.S.,  1932.  Economic 
aspects  of  fixed  capital  obsolescence. 

John  Bishop  Parrish,  A.B.,  1934.  Some  aspects  of  the  relationship  between 
real  wages  and  the  supply  of  labor. 

Melvin  James  Segal,  A.B.,  Amherst  College,  1932;  A.M.,  1935.  The  Norris- 
LaGuardia  act  and  the  courts. 

Ervin  Kenneth  Zingler,  A.B.,  Lawrence  College,  1935 ;  A.M.,  1936.  Theo- 
retical aspects  of  production. 

In  Engineering 

Jacob   Karol,   B.S.,   M.S.,    1929,    1930.     A   partial   influence   line   procedure    for 

suspension  bridge  analysis  by  the  deflection  theory. 
WiLLARD    Arthur   Laning,    Jr.,    B.S.,    Bucknell    University,    1927;    M.S.,    1931. 

Oscillations  in  corona  discharges  in  rarefied  gases. 

In  English 

Leo  Hughes,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1933,  1934.    English  farce  in  the  restoration. 
Charles  Walter  Roberts,  A.B.,  Ohio  Wesleyan  University,  1924;  A.M.,  State 

University    of    Iowa,    1928.     An    edition    of    John    Phillip's    Commodye    of 

Pacicnt  and  Mecke  Grissill. 
Dorothy  Irene  West,  B.S.,  A.M.,  1926,  1928.    Italian  opera  in  England   (1660- 

1740),  and  some  of  its  relationships  to  English  literature. 

In  Entomology 

Marion  Estelle  Smith,  B.S.,  M.S.,  Massachusetts  State  College,  1935,  1936. 
A  revision  of  the  genus  Apantesis  Walker  (Lepidoptera,  Arctiidae). 

In  German 

Lucille  Virginia  Palmer,  A.B.,  Pembroke  College,  1931 ;  A.M.,  Brown  Univer- 
sity, 1933.    The  language  of  German  expressionism. 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ij,  ips8 


In  History 

Eugene  Maur  Bradermax,  B.S.,  Temple  University,  1935 ;  A.M.,  1936.    A  study 

of  political  parties  and  politics  in  Mexico  since  1890. 
Joseph    Henry    Dahmus,    A.B.,    Josephinum    College,    1930;    A.M.,    St.    Louis 

University,    1932.    The   career   in   church   and   state   of   William   Courtenay, 

Archbishop  of  Canterbury,  a  typical  fourteenth  century  archbishop. 
Warren  Choate  Shaw,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Dartmouth  College,  1910,  1916.  The  fugitive 

slave  issue  in  Massachusetts  politics,  1780- 1837. 

In  Mathematics 

C.  Ronald  Cassity,  A.B.,  James  Alillikin  University,  1929;  A.M.,  1931.  The 
maps  determined  by  the  principal  curves  associated  with  five  and  six 
points  in  the  plane. 

Foster  Leroy  Dennis,  B.S.,  Ursinus  College,  1931 ;  A.M.,  Cornell  University, 
1932.    Some  geometric  applications  of  algebraic  correspondences. 

James  McQueen  Dobbie,  B.S.,  M.S.,  Bucknell  University,  1933,  1934.  A 
generalized  Lambert  series. 

Paul  Richard  Halmos,  B.S.,  ]\LS.,  1934,  1935.  Invariants  of  certain  Stochastic 
transformations:  The  mathematical  theory  of  gambling  systems. 

Philip  Tillotson  AL\ker,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Brown  University,  1929,  1932.  Conditions 
on  U(X,Y)  and  V(X,Y^)  necessary  and  sufficient  for  the  regularity  of 
L'  +  iV. 

Darrell  Rhea  Shreve,  A.B.,  University  of  Tulsa,  1929;  ALS.,  Oklahoma  Agri- 
cultural and  Mechanical  College,  1931.  A  certain  class  of  algebraic  hyper- 
surfaces  in  projective  space  Sr  invariant  under  the  symmetric  substitution 
group  (j(r+.-) .'. 

Everett  Linus  Welker,  A.B.,  A.AL,  1930,  1931.  Correlation  in  heterogeneous 
populations. 

In  Physics 

Haldon  Arthur  Leedy,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1933;  A.M.,  1935. 
Theoretical  and  experimental  investigation  of  reverberation. 

Richard  Elvis  Watson,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 
1932;  A.M.,  1935.  The  angular  distribution  of  deuteron  recoils  from  colli- 
sions with  neutrons  of  mean  energy  2-6  viev  from  the  deuteron-deuteron 
reaction. 

In  Political  Science 

Henry  Hvvei  Den,  A.B.,  Southwestern  College,  1934;  A.M.,  1936.  The  activities 
of  the  League  of  Nations  in  promoting  international  commercial   relations. 

Alexander  Taylor  Edelmann,  A.B.,  Davidson  College,  1930;  A.M.,  University 
of  North  Carolina,  1935.    Copper  and  international  relations. 

Wei-ping  Tsai,  B.S.,  A.B.,  University  of  Nanking,  1933,  1935 ;  A.M.,  1936.  The 
Russo-Japanese  conflict  in  the  Far  East. 

In  Romance  Languages 

John  Ripley  Yol^g,  A.B.,  ^Marshall  College,  1927;  A.M.,  1929.  Jose  Echegaray: 
A  study  of  his  dramatic  technique. 

In  Zoology 

Harlow  Whiting  Ades,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1934,  1935.  Distribution  of  acoustic  path- 
ways in  the  medial  geniculate  bodies  of  the  cat. 

Harry  Lee  Andrews,  A.B.,  A.]\I.,  1916,  1919.  An  ecological  study  of  living 
forms  in  the  kelp  beds  of  Monterey  Bay  and  Carmel  Bay,  California. 

Ralph  Warren  Dexter,  B.S.,  Massachusetts  State  College,  1934.  The  marine 
communities  of  a  tidal  inlet  at  Cape  Ann,  Massachusetts:  A  study  in 
bioecologJ^ 

Donald  Frary  Hansen,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1930;  A.M.,  1933. 
Studies  on  regeneration  in  the  fins  of  fishes. 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  is,  1938 


Walter  Henry  Leigh,  A.B.,  Greenville  College,  1934;  A.M.,  1935.  The  life 
cycle  of  Glypthelmins  quieta  Stafford,  1900,  a  trematode  of  frogs. 

John  Carl  Medcof,  A.B.,  University  of  Toronto,  1934;  A.M.,  University  of 
Western  Ontario,  1936.    Studies  on  the  larva  of  the  Canadian  oyster. 

Paul  Allen  Meglitsch,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1935,  1936.  Cytological  observations  on 
Eudamoeba  blattae  from  the  cockroach,  Blatta  orieutalis. 


Professional  Degrees  in  Engineering 

The  Degree  of  Ceramic  Engineer 
Herbert  Duane  Carter,  B.S.,  1922 

The  Degree  of  Civil  Engineer 

Hayse  Henry  Black,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1929,  1933 

Warren  Stewart  Cook,  B.S.,  1927 

Dan  Henry  Pletta,  B.S.,  1927;  M.S.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1931 

The  Degree  of  Electrical  Engineer 
Harold  Estes  Keneipp,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1927,  1932 
Lawrence  Claude  MacMillan,  B.S.,  1917 

The  Degree  of  Mechanical  Engineer 
Henry  Albert  Meyer,  B.S.,  1930 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Botany 
Alice  Louise  Washburn,  A.B.,  Middlebury  College,  1933 

In  Chemistry 

Seymour  Advocate,  A.B.,  Brooklyn  College,  1937 
Donald  Jack  Cook,  A.B.,  Augustana  College,  1937 
Abraham  Sacks,  B.S.,  Brooklyn  College,  1937 

In  Classics 

William  Robert  Jones,  A.B.,  1937 

Louis  James  Sharp,  HI,  A.B.,  Southwest  Missouri  State  Teachers  College,  1937 

Grundy  Steiner,  A.B.,  1937 

Sylvester  Byron  Straw,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1937 

In  Economics 

Harry  Franklin  Admire,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1934 
Frisby  Smith  Lockard,  A.B.,  Greenville  College,  1937 
John  Vincent  Machell,  Jr.,  B.S.,  Temple  University,  1935 
Sister  Mary  Janet  Kahler,  A.B.,  College  of  St.  Francis,  1937 

In  Education 

Edgar  Wilson  Bailey,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930 
Verna  Mae  Blackburn,  A.B.,  Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1934 
Ruth  Rayburn  Carson,  B.S.,  1928 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  j$,  ig^8 


Bruce  Edmund  Conklin,  B.S.,  1937 

Jewel  Reed  Dawsox,  B.AIus.,  1935 

Lois  Warnes  Dollahon,  A.B.,  1930 

Lee  Edward  Dulgar,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1935 

Sara  Louise  Eng,  A.B.,  Carroll  College,  1928 

Thusexelda  Celestia  Gross,  A.B.,  1924 

Oval  Leeman  Haile,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932 

W'ayxe  Roe  Halford,  A.B..  Butler  University,  1933 

Mariex  Ellex  Harmisox,  B.S.,  1936 

Evelvx  Emily  Hawley,  A.B.,  Greenville  College,  1932 

Lelaxd  LaGraxge  Hubble,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 

193 1 
Homer  Hurst,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1927 
FiDELis  Joseph  Kaufmann,  A.B.,  Columbia  College,  1922;  B.S. (Lib.),  1937 
Charles  Rockwell  McCreight,  B.S.,  1937 
Mary  Virgixia  AIcDougle,  A.B.,  University  of  Oregon,  1922 
Joseph  Warren  Meyer,  A.B.,  Park  College,  1925 
'Ele.\xor  Je.\nette  Mielke,  A.B.,  1936 
Kexxeth  Cameron  Pittman,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1928 
Doris  May  Putnam,  A.B.,  1937 
Ruth  Edith  Rompel,  A.B.,  1918 
Margaret  Julia  Roy,  A.B.,  1929 
George  Albert  S.a.tter,  B.S.,  1937 

William  Orex  Simmoxs,  A.B.,  Westminster  College,  1927 
Elmer  Ellsworth  Stearns,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1929 
Miriam  Slte  Stubblefield,  B.S.,  Eureka  College,  1932 
Mary  Marg.\ret  Torticil,  A.B.,  1929 

Emery  Edwix  Wacaser,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1924 
Helex  Hafliger  Waltmire,  A.B.,  1934 
Henrietta   Emelia  Westrup,   B.Ed.,  Eastern   Illinois   State   Teachers   College, 

1931 
Claytox  B.  Wilcox,  A.B.,  Wabash  College,  1930 
Joseph  George  Wylder,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1926 
\\'eldox  Richard  Zimmermax,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1930 

In  English 

Lilli.\x  Edla  Axdersox,  A.B.,  Yankton  College,  1935 

Robert  vax  Akin  Bauer,  A.B.,  North  Central  College,  1937 

Dorothy  Deanne  Bennett,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1930;   B.Ed.,   Illinois  State 

Normal  University,   1932 
Thomas  Alexander  Bledsoe,  A.B.,  University  of  Louisville,  1937 
Marion  May  Buchanan',  A.B.,  Drury  College,  1937 
Elma  Catherine  Dabler,  B.S.,  1935 
Mary  Louise  Dilworth,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1936 
Leonard  Feinberg,  B.S.,  1937 
Charles  Byford  Garrigus,  A.B.,  1936 
M.\Riox  Virgixia  Hammoxd,  A.B.,  Rockford  College,  1937 
Violet  M.\e  Koerner,  B.S.,  1929 
Ferx  Berxice  Nelson,  A.B.,  1937 

Mary  Louise  Neville,  A.B.,  University  of  Western  Ontario,  1935 
Ruth  Notkin,  A.B.,  1937 

Eleanor  Alice  Thompson,  A.B.,  University  of  Kansas,  1936 
Marian  V.\x  Sickle,  B.S.,  1935 


In  Geography 


Dalias  Adolph  Price,  A.B.,  1937 
Otho  Morgax  Robixsox,  A.B.,  1937 


lO  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ij,  /pj^* 

In  German 

Glenn  H.  Goodman,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1936 
Emory  Keith  Rees,  A.B.,  B.S.,  1937 
WiLLARD  Evans  Skidmore,  A.B.,  1935 

In  History 

Irene  Mildred  Bear,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1927 
John  Onofrio  Bruno,  A.B.,  Shurtlefif  College,  1936 
Eloise  Mable  Cochran,  A.B.,  1936 
Miletus  LaFayette  Flaningam,  Jr.,  A.B.,  1937 
Carl  Gustav  Gustavson,  A.B.,  Augustana  College,  1937 
Harvey  Nathan  Humble,  A.B.,  1937 
Elizabeth  Hartley  Moore,  B.S.,  1935 
David  Mayer  Silver,  A.B.,  Butler  University,  1937 
Robert  Mize  Sutton,  A.B.,  Shurtleff  College,  1937 

George    Covell    Terwilliger,    Jr.,    B.Ed.,    Northern    Illinois    State    Teachers 
College,  1936 

In  Library  Science 

Julia  Eleanor  Warden  Blanchard,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Wheaton  College,  1899,  1904; 

B.S.  (Lib.),  1929 
Ruth  Rivers  Graham,  A.B.,  University  of  Louisville,  I935;  B.S. (Lib.),  1936 

In  Mathematics 

Ralph  Lowell  Calvert,  A.B.,  Southwestern  College,  1937 

Byron  Brown  Dressler,  A.B.,  1937 

DiCKRAN    Hagop    Erkiletian,    Jr.,    A.B.,    Western    Kentucky    State    Teachers 

College,  1936 
William  Allen  Ferguson,  A.B.,  Missouri  Valley  College,  1937 
Hugh  Francis  Gingerich,  B.S.,  University  of  Arkansas,  1937 
Lois  Kiefer,  A.B.,  Park  College,  1935 
Francis  McConnell  Pulliam,  A.B.,  1937 
Charles  Rockwell,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1937 

In  Philosophy 

Elizabeth  Bruning  O'Neal,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1937 
Alfred  Howard  Stone,  A.B.,  Carthage  College,  1937 

In  Physics 
Louis  John  Cutrona,  A.B.,  Cornell  University,  1936 

In  Political  Science 

Leafoo  Chen,  Graduate,  Central  Political  Institute,  1932 
Peter  Y.  L.  Chen,  A.B.,  Kwang  Hua  University,  1935 
Robert  Lewis  Clark,  A.B.,  Lincoln  University  (Missouri),  1937 
Lazaro  Tirol  Gomez,  A.B.,  University  of  Nebraska,  1937 
Daniel  Colman  Knapp,  A.B.,  Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1937 

In  Romance  Languages 

Cornelia  Burge,  A.B.,  1936 

Sally  Elizabeth  Carnahan,  A.B.,  1937 

Lestine  Carson,  A.B.,  1936 

Ellen  McQuarie,  A.B.,  Winthrop  College,  1926 

George  Marinus  Oudyn,  A.B.,  1937 

Jean  Saba,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1937 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  75,  1956' 


II 


Sarah  Elizabeth  Shinn,  A.B.,  1936 

Sister  Mary  Celine  O'^Ialley,  B.S.,  St.  Xavier  College,  1930 

Jean  Otillie  Zacker,  A.B.,  Rosary  College,  1937 

In  Sociology 
Mildred  ^Iary  Wood,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1936 

In  Zoology 
Reed  Winget  Fautin,  B.S.,  Brigham  Young  University,  1936 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Accountancy 
George  S.  Cerny,  B.S.,  1937 
Ralph  Smith  Gunn,  B.S.,  1930 

Herbert  Lee  AIorris,  B.S.,  University  of  Colorado,  1937 
Laurence  AL\rtin  Thompson,  B.S.,  1937 

In  Agricultural  Economics 

Kenneth  Leroy  Bachman,  B.S.,  Oklahoma  Agricultural  and  Mechanical  College, 

1936 
Dee  Albert  Broadbent,  B.S.,  Utah  State  Agricultural  College,  1936 
Eldon  Bedwell  Colegrove,  B.S.,  1934 
Lowell  Alexander  Hodam,  B.S.,  1927 
Ronald  Thomas  Ranson,  B.S.,  1937 
Robert  Coy  Smith,  B.S.,  1928 
Tsu-PoNG  Yeh,  B.S.,  National  Central  University,  1933 

In  Agronomy 

Clarence  Lee  Johnston,  B.S.,  1922 

Timothy  Graham  ]Miner,  B.S.,  1934 

Lawrence  Henry  Mumm,  B.S.,  1931 

Wernt:r  Lind  Nelson,  B.S.,  1937 

Lynne  K.  Wood,  A.B.,  Brigham  Young  University,  1936 

In  Animal  Husbandry 

Benjamin  Franklin  Garrett,  B.S.,  Hampton  Institute,  1934 
Lorin  E.  Harris,  B.S.,  Utah  State  Agricultural  College,  1937 

In  Architectural  Engineering 
Kuo  YiNG  HuA,  B.S.,  Chiao  Tung  University,  1934 

In  Bacteriology 

Charles  Herbert  Clemensen,  B.S.,  1937 
George  Gordon  Gralak,  B.S.,  1937 
Sister  ]\L'\ry  Clotilda  Gartland,  B.S.,  1935 
Robert  Irby  Wise,  A.B.,  University  of  Texas,  1937 

In  Botany 

Howard  William  Larsh,  A.B.,  McKendree  College,  1936 

Geraldint;  Marguerite  Moon,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College, 
1937 


12  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  /j,  1938 

In  Ceramics 
Bronislaw  Kazimierz  Niklewski,  M.Ph.,  University  of  Poznan,  1936 

In  Chemistry 

Arthur  Berger,  B.S.,  1937 

Howard  Wissler  Bond,  B.S.,  University  of  Arkansas,  1936 
Eugene  Oskar  Brimm,  B.S.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1937 

James  Henry  Carnett,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1937 
Elmer  Henry  Dobratz,  B.S.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1937 
Edward  Clarence  Dunlop,  A.B.,  W^estminster  College,  1936 
James  Sargeant  Gobble,  B.S.,  1931 

Richard  Bernard  Greenburg,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1937 
John  Jacob  Hager,  B.S.,  Rose  Polytechnic  Institute,  1935 
Frederick  Leon  Heixer,  B.S.,  1937 
James  Gordon  Hunter,  B.S.,  1937 
Russell  John  Keirs,  B.S.,  1937 

Robert  Warren  Kell,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1937 
William  Forrest  Keyes,  Jr.,  B.S.,  California  Institute  of  Technology,  1935 
Saul  Kreps,  B.S.,  College  of  the  City  of  New  York,  1937 
Ralph  Webster  McCready,  B.S.,  University  of  Alberta,  1937 
Arpen  Wesley  Moyer,  A.B.,  1937 

Jackson  Douglas  Oppenlander,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  Univer- 
sity, 1935 
Elizabeth  J^Tary  Osman,  B.S.,  1937 

Samuel  LeRoy  Scott,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,   1937 
William  John  Shannon,  A.B.,  1936 
Kenneth  O'Harra  Stevenson,  B.S.,  1937 
Joseph  George  Svrchek,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1935 
Howard  Maple  Teeter,  B.S.,  Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1937 
Charles  Harmon  Tilford,  A.B.,  Emory  University,  1937 
James  Franklin  Vanecek,  B.S.,  Case  School  of  Applied  Science,  1937 
Marvin  Weiss,  Ph.G.,  B.S.,  Brooklyn  College,  1934,  1937 

In  Civil  Engineering 

Ta  Tung  Cheng,  B.S.,  Chiao  Tung  University,  1937 

Michael  Edward  Fiore,  B.S.,  Union  College,  1936 

Gordon  Lutz  Jeppesen,  B.S.,  1936 

Kazim  Karadagli  Karacadag,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1933 

Ariel  Alton  Thomas,  B.S.,  Massachusetts  Institute  of  Technology,  1936 

Alexander  M.  Turitzin,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1937 

Tanas  Verikokidis,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1937 

In  Dairy  Husbandry 
Arthur  Charles  Maack,  B.S.,  Rutgers  University,  1936 

In  Economics 

Claude  David  Baldwin,  B.S.,  University  of  Denver,  1937 
Robert  Hanson  Mitchell,  B.S.,  1937 
William  John  Schuck,  B.S.,  1937 

In  Education 

Leo  Pittman  Babcock,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1937 
Lauretta  Elizabeth  Bedford,  B.Ed.,  University  of  Akron,  1936 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  Jj,  ip^S 13 

Edwin  William  Best,  B.S.,  1934 

Clarence  William  Blackford,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1933 

Allen   Broderick   Edmundson,   B.S.,   A.B.,    Missouri    State   Teachers   College, 

1929,  1931 
Sidney  Arthur  Eng,  B.S.,  Stout  Institute,  1930 
Milton  Jarrett  Gemberling,  B.S.,  Pennsylvania  State  College,  1921 
Edgar  Neal  Gwin,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1934 
Sherrill  Bertraxd  Hayden,  B.S.,  1930 
John  Kenneth  Hillemeier,  B.S.,  1929 
Isabel  Martha  Katz,  B.S.,  1931 

Arthur  Dayton  Moore,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1935 
John  Kenneth  Roney,  B.S.,  1936 
Glenwood  Louis  Schertz,  B.S.,  1934 
Han'Nah  Esther  Stuttle,  B.S.,  1937 
John  Robert  Taylor,  B.S.,  1935 

Robert  Bates  Thrall,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1932 
Clarence  Louis  Vaughn,  A.B.,  Fisk  University,  1936 
Willard  Brooks  Wiles,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1928 
Wallace  Roscoe  Winkler,  A.B.,  1937 

In  Electrical  Engineering 

Joseph  Louis  Bisesi,  B.S.,  1923 

George  Glan,  Radio  Engineer,  University  of  Bordeaux,  1935 

In  Entomology 

Edmund  Carpenter  Puddicombe,  B.S.,  1937 
Eugene  Ray,  A.B.,  1933 

In  Geography 
Ralph  Edwin  Birchard,  A.B.,  Iowa  State  Teachers  College,  1937 
AssEN  Nicoloff,  A.B.,  Oberlin  College,   1929;   A.M.,  Northwestern  University, 
1930 

In  Geology 
Martin  John  Deuth,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1936 
John  Raynesford  Williams,  A.B.,  1936 

In  Home  Economics 

Marion  June  Buck,  B.S.,  1933 

Evelyn  Constance  Chambers,  B.S.,  1936 

Mary  Elizabeth  Jensen,  B.S.,  University  of  Wisconsin,  1935 

In  Horticulture 
William  Cornelius  Walker,  B.S.,  1937 

In  Library  Science 
Virginia  Mae  Lacy,  B.S.(Lib.),  B.S. (Educ),  Hampton  Institute,  1933,  1936 

In  Mathematics 

Paul  Hamilton  Anderson,  A.B.,  Ohio  University,  1937 

John  Clarence  Bell,  B.S.,  1937 

Naci  Iskender,  B.S.,  1937 

Margaret  Isabelle  Madden,  B.S.,  1936 


14  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  jj,  ip^8 

In  Mechanical  Engineering 

Charles  Frederick  Bailey,  B.S.,  Virginia  Polytechnic  Institute,  1937 
Richard  Bott  Engdahl,  B.S.,  Bucknell  University,  1936 
Jesse  Mack  Tucker,  B.S.,  University  of  Tennessee,  1932 

In  Physics 

William  Emerson  Frye,  A.B.,  1937 

Victor  Root  Goings,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932 
Harold  Franklin  Marker,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1934 
Russell  DeWitt  O'Neal,  A.B.,  DePauvvr  University,  1936 

In  Theoretical  and  Applied  Mechanics 

Richard  Henry  Heitman,  B.S.,  Iowa.  State  College,  1936 

Robert  Leslie  Jordan,  B.S.,  1930 

Henry  Albert  Lepper,  Jr.,  B.S.,  George  Washington  University,  1936 

Harlan  Erwin  Oehler,  B.S.,  1937 

LuDwiG  Theodore  Stoyke,  B.S.,  1936 

In  Zoology 

Marguerite  Harper,  A.B.,  1927 

Louis  Augustus  Krumholz,  B.S.,  College  of  St.  Thomas,  1932 

Victor  Sprague,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  15,  IQ38 


15 


The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts 


In  Liberal  Arts 

Mary  Jane  Adsit,  with  Honors  in 

Speech 
Rose  June  Alpert,  with  High  Honors 

in  Sociology 
Walter  Arnold  Amberg 
William  Robert  Arnold 

WiLLAMARY   ASZMANN 

Bernice  M.  Augdahl,  with  High 

Honors  in  Sociology 
Clarence  Tuell  Bacon,  with  High 

Honors  in  Psychology 
Louisa  Elizabeth  AIargaret  Baczuk, 

with  Honors  in  Mathematics 
Marcia  Lois  Bagley 
Edith  Jennie  Barber 
Martha  Revel  Barnes 
William  Lester  Bartlett 
Edgar  Ellsworth  Barton,  with  High 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Ruth  Marie  Bateman 
June  Marie  Beare 
Bonnie  Linda  Bennett 
Floyd  LeRoy  Benson 
Dorothy  Louise  Berger,  with  High 

Honors  in  French 
James  Earle  Bickerton 
August   Bernard   Black 
David  Harold  Blackwell,  with  High 

Honors  in  Mathematics 
Judith  Catherine  Boegershausen 
Howard  Frank  Roman,  with  High 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
^La.rgaret  Elizabeth  Boudrye 
Shirley  Elizabeth   Bradford,  with 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Frederick  Charles  Brash 

MaRI ALICE   BrEEDLOVE 

William  Thomas  Brennen,  Jr. 
John  Jacob  Brooks,  with  Honors  in 

Economics 
William  Bayard  Browder,  with  High 

Honors   in   Economics 

ISABELLE    ImBLER    BrOWN 

Thomas  Otis  Brown 
^Laribelle  Bryant 
Anne  Bu'llock 
Edward  Longfellow  Burge 


AND  Sciences 

Phylus  Lucille  Burns 
Robert  Isadore  Burstein 
Margaret   Sarah  Busey 
Marjorie  Elizabeth   Butler 
Caroline  Calloway,  with  Honors  in 

English 
Thomas  Jefferson  Canavan 
Wilbur  Dean  Capps,  with  Honors  in 

History 
AL\RY  Elizabeth  Card,  with  Honors 

in  Geology 
Margaret  Elizabeth  Carlson,  with 

High  Honors  in  Mathematics 
John  Ingwersen  Carr 
Joseph  Robert  Carson 
Betty  Lois  Carver 
Margaret  Frances  Case 
Wayland  Bert  Cedarquist,  with 

Highest  Honors  in  History 
Jane  Chandler 
Jane  Chapeck 
Bernard  Joseph  Chapman 
Abe  Charnes,  with  Highest  Honors  in 

Mathematics 
Carol  Idella  Christianson,  with 

High  Honors   in   History 
Dorothy  Alice  Clark 
Howard  Wheeler  Clement,  with 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Edna  Agnes  Coard,  with  Highest 

Honors  in  English 
Bertram  Rand  Cohen 
Harry  Cohen,  with  Highest  Honors 

in  Chemistry 
James  Carl  Condon,  with  Honors  in 

Geology 
Mary  Janet  Cook 
Nadyne  Copenhaver 
Helen  Corbin,  with  High  Honors  in 

Sociology 
Sam  John  Corelis 
Virginia  Frances  Cox 
Ellen  Irene  Craig 
Kermit  Karl  Cunningham 
Dalene  Emily  Curtis,  with  Honors 

in  French 


i6 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  is,  1938 


Margaret  Myrtle  Dady 

Charles  Edgar  Daly 

Adeline  DeAcetis 

Mary  Katharine  Dearth,  with  High 

Honors  in  Psychology 
Harry  Joseph  Dearworth,  with 

Honors  in  History 
Marion  Elsing  Decker 
Robert  Fauster  Decker 
Paul  Samuel  Denning,  Jr. 
Gladys  Mary  DeWolfe 
Jane  Taylor  Dick 
Emma  Marie  Dirks 
John  Robert  Dobson 
Lloyd  Armstrong  Dodd,  with  Highest 

Honors  in  Economics 
James  Francis  Donahue,  Jr. 
Frank  Everett  Dubach 
Dorothy  Durham 
Malcolm   Daniel  Durr 
Wayne  Paddock  Dyer 
Christina  Rodger  Easton 
Marjorie  Edwards,  with  Honors  in 

English 
Norman  Eisenstein 
Jean  Everhard  Fair,  with  High 

Honors  in  History 
Betty  Paris,  with  Honors  in 

Psychology 
Georgia  Elizabeth  Farwell 
Minnie  Feferman,  with  Honors  in 

Political  Science 
Dorothy  Irene  Fennell 
Henry  Dressor  Ferguson 
Fred  Willeford  File,  with  Honors  in 

Political  Science 
Carl  Michael  Fischer 
Harold  Carl  Fischer 
GussiE  Lorraine  Fisher 
John  Fortman,  Jr. 
Annamargaret  Foster 
Frederick  William  Franck,  with 

High  Tutorial  Honors  in 

Spanish 
BiLLiE  Shirley  Freedman,  with 

Honors  in  History 
Ruth  Helen  Fresen 
Joyce  Lois  Friedman 
Seymour  Friedman,  with  High  Honors 

in  Psychology 
Gustave  Daniel  Friesem 


Jane  Austin  Funkhouser 
Dean  Owen  Garvey 
Ruth  Caroline  Garvey 
Emma  Jane  Gentry 
Anne  Margaret  Giblin 
Frances  Elizabeth  Gilbert,  with 

High  Honors  in  English 
Robert  August  Goebel,  with  Honors 

in  History 
Ruth  Louise  Goebel 
Elizabeth  Goetsch 
Gabriel  Gordon,  with  Honors  in 

Economics 
Kenneth  Milton  Gordon,  with 

Highest  Honors  in  Chemistry 
Bess  Louise  Goudey 
Jean  Elizabeth  Grable 
WiLMA  Frances  Grant 
John  Floyd  Gray,  with  Honors  in 

Psychology 
Theodore  Burt  Greaves 
Seymour  Greenblatt,  with  High 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Doloris  Greenman,  with  Honors  in 

Speech 
Mary  Elizabeth   Griffith 
Edward  Dean  Grimes 
Elise  Sophia  Grosse 
Harper  Leslie  Grove,  Jr. 
Paul  Robert  Gubbins 
Charles  Terry  Gueltig 
Winona  Etherton  Gunn 
Helen   Elizabeth  Guthrie 
Leon  Gutterman 
Audre  Adele  Hall 
Gene  Harney,  with  High  Honors  in 

English 
Margaret  Ann  Harrison 
Cleo  Irene  Havener 
Mary   Elizabeth   Hawbaker 
Orville  J.  Hawkins,  Jr.,  with  Honors 

in  Bacteriology 
Mary  Lou  Hayes 
Mary  Louise  Hays 
Samuel  Wahl  Hays 
Ada  Jane  Henderson 
DeLoris  Eleanor  Hendrix,  with 

Honors  in  History 
Helen  Louise  Hickman,  with  Honors 

in  English  and  History 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  JJ,  1^38 


17 


Margaret  Ann  Hobson,  with  Honors 

in  Latin 
Melville  James  Holik 
Laura  Virginia  Holland 
Harry  Hoogstraal 
Sever  Laverne  Hopperstead 
]\L-\RY  Hubler 
Catherine  Ann  Hudelson 
Stanley  Hughey 
^L\rjorie  Josephine  Huhn 
Geraldixe  Louise  Hulet,  with  Honors 

in  German 
^Largaret  AL^ry  Humes 
Helen  Joanna  Dady  Hunter 
Paul  Monroe  Hupp,  with  Honors  in 

Economics 
Lynn  Henry  Hutchens,  with  Honors 

in  Zoology 
James  Louis  Jackson,  with  Honors 

in  English 
^L\RY  Jacquelyn  McWhite  James 
Mildred  Rose  ALarie  Janata 
Guthrie  Edward  Janssen 
Dorothy  June  Jensen 
MiLFORD  Cyril  Jochums,  with  Highest 

Honors  in  English 
Elaine  Grace  Johnson 
y.lARY  Kathryn  Johnson 
Solly  Wilson  Johnson 
Charlotte  Hughes  Johnston,  with 

Highest  Honors  in  English 
Paul  Haller  Jones,  with  Highest 

Honors  in  German 
Russell  Arthur  Kaberg 
Bernard  James  Kaplan 
Marian  Loutise  Karr 
Ph\'llis  ALa.rgaret  Kaser,  with  High 

Honors   in   Sociology 
Sybilla  Keeler 
Philip  Lincoln  Keister,  with  Honors 

in  Political  Science 
Carl  Eldon  Kelly 
Richard  Lee  Kenyon,  with  High 

Honors  in  Chemistry 
Mautrice  William  Kepner,  with 

Honors  in  Economics 
Dorothy  Jane  Kerr 
Betty  Margaret  Kilroy 
Paul  Earle  Kimball 
Howard  Curtis  Kingsbery 
Nolan  Weldon  Kleckner 


Howard  Stanley  Klein 

Walter  John  Klockau,  Jr. 

Walter  Herman  Knoebel 

Carl  Warner  Knox 

Esther  Mildred  Knutz,  with  High 

Honors  in  ^Mathematics 
Fred  Vinton  Koepke,  with  Honors  in 

Chemistry 
Jane  Ellen  Korshak 
Seymour  Jltlius  Kovoloff 
Garnetta  Elaine  Kramer 
JUANiTA  Krenz 
Stuart  Charles  Kroesch,  with 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Philip  Henry  Kroh 
Lenora  Jean  Kroot,  with  Honors  in 

Sociology 
John  Bruce  Krugh 
Karl  Louis  Kuechler 
Margaret  Rosa  Kunz,  with  Highest 

Honors  in  Sociology 
Gladys  Berenice  Laden 
William  Morton  Lanham,  with 

Highest  Tutorial  Honors  in 

Chemistry 
James  Walter  Lantz 
Mary  Gene  Larr,  with  Honors  in 

Bacteriology 
LouVern  Joseph  Lauterman 
Alexander  Edward  Lawson,  Jr. 
Lucy  Maud  Lawton,  with  Honors  in 

French 
Carroll  Ross  Layman 
Mary  AIartha  Lease,  with  Honors 

in   Psychology 
Mary  Bain  Lehmann,  with  High 

Honors  in  Speech 
Sam  Edward  Levin 
Paul  Watson  Libby 
Irwin  Sidney  Lippe 
Ellis  Beecher  Little 
RosiNE  Joan  Loeb 
Bertram  Morton  Long,  with  High 

Honors  in  History 
Edith  Halden  Long,  with  Honors  in 

French 
Frances  Helen  Longmire,  with 

Honors  in  Economics 
George  Albert  Lutz 
Mary  Margaret  Lyon 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  13,  1938 


Joseph  John  Magsamen,  with  High 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Robert  Redding  Manchester 
William  Pryor  Marshall 
Frank  William  Masek 
Dorothy  Ida  Mason 
Geraldine  Eloise  Maurer,  with 

Highest  Honors  in  Chemistry 
Montrose  Pallen  McArdle,  HI 
Alan  GIordon  AIcCormick 
LeRoy  William  McDonald 
William  Thomas  McElveen 
Sarah   Edith    McKinstry,   with 

Honors  in  History 
Joseph  Knox  McLaughlin 
Gertrude  Louise  McLean 
HosMER  Tryon  Merrell,  with  Honors 

in  Zoology 
Henry  Graydon  Moll 
Ruth  Louise  Montrose 
Valette  Adele  Mooney 
William  John  Moreland  " 
MacPherson  Morgan 
Mary  Wilson  Morris 
Nathan  Anderson  Morris 
Hugh  Morton  son 
John  Glenn  Mosher,  Jr. 
Philip  Moskowitz 
Lillian  Frances  Moss,  with  Honors 

in  German 
Horace  Kriegh  Moulton 
Rita  Helene  Moxley 
Charles  Barber  Mueller,  with 

Highest  Honors  in  Zoology 
Albert  Berry  Mullenix 
Miodrag  Muntyan 
Floyd  Albert  Neckrosh 
Lillian  Alene  Nelson 
Margaret  Anna  Newcomb,  with 

High  Honors  in  Sociology 
Jacob  Lester  Newton 
Sara  Lee  Novack,  with  Honors  in 

Sociology 
Myke  Novotnak 
Marjorie  Helen  O'Keefe,  with 

Honors  in  German 
James  Albert  O'Neil 
Marguerite  Marie  Orler 
Michael  George  Orlovich,  with 

High  Honors  in  History 
Ralph  Spencer  Overman 


Mary  Hunter  Owens,  with  Highest 

Honors  in  German  and  in 

Chemistry 
Marcella  Ann  Fredericka  Pachiarek 
Kenneth  Henry  Palmer 
Martha  Helen  Peacock,  with  Honors 

in  French 
Anita  Dorothy  Pearson 
Mary  Edith  Peebles 
Margaret  Ann  Peters,  with  Honors 

in  French  and  in  German 
Elinor  Jane  Petree 
Mollie-Mae  Phelps,  with  Honors  in 

Sociology 
Phyllis  Peneal  Piggott,  with  High 

Honors  in  Bacteriology 
Paula  Elizabeth  Pitann,  with 

Honors  in  Chemistry 
Mary  Elizabeth  Potter 
Mary  Catherine  Powell 
Everett  Prosser,  Jr. 
Trudis  Irene  Rader 
Henry  Louis  Radi 
Luella  Aurelia  Raithel 
Mary  Alberta  Rauschert 
Laura  Madden  Elizabeth  Redican, 

with  Honors  in  English 
Lewis  Carmen  Reed 
Carlyn  Pauline  Reineberg 
Fanchon   Ernestine   Remund,  with 

Honors  in  English 
Harry  Elmer  Rhoades 
WiLMA  Annette  Richard,  with  High 

Honors  in  German 
Ida  Mae  Richmond 
Benjamin  Ripken 
Frederick  Warren  Riggs,  with 

High  Honors  in  Political 

Science 
Hallie  Justine  Rives 
John  Thomas  Robertson 
Helen  Rodman 
Betty  Louise  Rogers 
Lucille  Carol  Rogers 
Irving  Leonard  Rosenberg 
Ada  Margaret  Rost 
John  Richard  Royal 
Ruth  June  Royce,  with  High  Honors 

in  History 
Patricia  Katherine  Ryan 
Robert  Joseph  Saal 
Birdie  Lee  Sadler 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  75,  IQ^8 


19 


Jeanette  Louise  Salinger 
Robert  William  Sapora,  with 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Hattie  Marie  Saw\'er 
Mary  Euzabeth  Schafer 
Joseph  Charles  Schardt,  Jr. 
Willis  Richard  Schick 
Mildred  Elizabeth  Schlie 
Ellen  Margaret  Schnebly,  with 

Honors  in  English 
Gerald  James  Sebesta 
Bob  Edward  Sells 
Roy  William  Server 
Helen  Morgan  Shailer 
Franklin  Jlt-ius  Shaw 
Bernice  Philomena  Shea 
Belt,ah  Mae  Sheetz 
Reuben  Shiman 
Clarence  Gilbert  Sidwell,  with 

Highest  Honors  in  Chemistry 
Bernice  Simon 
Phillip  David  Simon,  with  Honors 

in  Political  Science 
Irving  Bob  Skolnik 
Peggy  Catherine  Smith 
Wilson  Leroy  Smith,  with  Honors 

in  Political   Science 
Virginia  Madge  Snider 
Roy  John  Solfisburg,  Jr. 
Xathan  Sostrin 
Ellen  Piersall  Sousley 
Lou  Ray  Spence,  with  High  Honors 

in  Political  Science 
Mildred  Elizabeth  Spitler,  with 

Honors  in  Political  Science 
Lowell  Alvin  Spurgeon 
Samltel  Joseph  Stagnitto 
Milton  Harry  Stehman,  with  Honors 

in  History 
Benjamin  Frederick  Stein 
Robert  Sternfeld,  with  Honors  in 

Philosophy 
Margaret  Ruth  Stevenson,  with 

Highest  Honors  in  English 
Phylus  Jane  Stone 
Florence  Eileen  Sutton,  with  High 

Honors  in  History 
Ruth  Helen  Sutton,  with  High 

Honors  in  English 
Edwin  McMunn  Swengel,  with 

Honors  in  History 
Richard  Edward  Synold 
Clifford  Masashi  Takenaka 


Angus  MacLean  Thuermer 

Lydia  Bruce  Tilley 

Irving  Tross 

Paul  Albert  Tschannen 

Ernest  Edward  Tucker,  with  High 

Honors  in  English 
Adele  Joan  Tuman 
June  Berniece  Turner 
Ruth  Elizabeth  Tuttle 
June  Virginia  Underwood 
Ruth  Urie 
Margaret  Van  Horne,  with  Honors 

in  English 
John  Ernest  Velde,  Jr. 
Elon  Sanford  Verry 
Laddie  Joseph  Vosahlik 
Ruth  Hall  Wade,  with  Honors  in 

Economics 
Maurice  Leslie  Ward 
Arthur  Howard  Warnke 
Harland  Daniel  Warren 
Patricia  Ann  Warren 
William  Farnon  Watson 
Shirley  Emma  Wattleworth,  with 

Highest  Honors  in  History 
Russell  Dickinson  Webb 
James  Richard  Weisiger,  with 

Highest  Tutorial  Honors  in 

Chemistry 
Morris  Louis  Weiss 
Jay  Justin  Welch,  with  Highest 

Honors  in  Chemistry 
Helen  Calvin  Wells,  with  Honors 

in  Economics 
Eleanor  Anne  White 
Howard  Smith  White 
Charles  Albert  Wight 
LiBBY  LuE  Wiley 
Louisa  Mabel  Williams 
Charles  Marshall  Wilson 
Charles  Maxon  Wilson 
Eileen  Campbell  Wilson,  with  High 

Honors  in  Spanish 
Frances  Achsah  Wilson 
Virgil  Dean  Winkler,  with  High 

Honors  in   French  and  Highest 

Honors  in  Geology 
Paul  Joseph  Woods,  with  Honors  in 

History 
Robert  Eugene  Wooldridge 
William  Joseph  Wright 
Victor  Yaffe 
Helen  Zabokrtsky 


20 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ij,  ipj8 


In  Home  Economics 


Esther  Jane  Carlson 
June  Jeanette  Scott 


IsABELLE  Eileen  Scovil 
Madeline  May  Stuckwisch 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Jane  Carlin,  with  Honors  in 

Bacteriology 
Sterling  Jesse  Collins 
Alvin  Joseph  Dirksen,  with  Honors 

in  Chemistry 
Rosemary  Elaine  Dolan 
David  Karl  Felix 
George  Brady  Fell 
Arthur  Webster  Felt 
William  Andrew  Garrett 
June  Rose  Geller 
Jerome  Greenblatt 
Edward  Joseph  Havlik 
George  Frank  Hendrickson,  Jr. 
Bernard  Irwin  Juschinsky 
James  C.  Klein 
Francis  Xavier  Lueth 
Max  Maslovitz 
Arista  Mercedes  McCormick,  with 

High  Honors  in  Bacteriology 
John  Joseph  McDonnell 
William  John  Morse 
George  Arthur  Olander,  Jr. 
John  Potsch 
Charles  Joseph  Rickher 
Esther  Riske 


Natalee  June  Romine 

Allan  Kenneth  Schneider,  with 

Highest  Tutorial  Honors  in 

Chemistry 
John  Branson  Sproull 
Warren  Preston  Stockwell 
Charles  Henry  Summerson,  with 

Plonors  in  Geology 
Fred  Wilbur  Tanner,  Jr. 
Harry  Robinson  Thomas 
Thomas  Hampton  Thornburn,  with 

Highest  Honors  in  Chemistry 
Janet  Helen  Vernon 
Croft  Thomas  Waddington 
Richard  Battson  Walker,  with 

Highest  Honors  in  Botany 
Bruce  Joseph  Wallin 
Clay  Weaver,  with  High  Honors  in 

Chemistry 
Helmuth   Adalbert  Wegner 
Vernon  Wolaver  Westbrook 
Virgil  Dean  Winkler,  with  High 

Honors  in  French  and  Highest 

Honors  in  Geology 
Bertrand  Albert  Wright,  with 

Honors  in  Zoology 
Fred  Zimmerman 


In  Chemistry 


Ralph  Francis  Anderson 
Clyde  Edward  Arntzen,  with  Honors 
Ralph  Kenny  Barclay,  with  Honors 
Francis  Binkley,  with  High  Honors 
Bertram  Charles  Blanke 
James  Albert  Bohlen 
William  Joseph  Alvin  Bowen 
Joseph  Marian  Ciskowski 
Harlan  Clay  Craig 
James  Henry  Davitt 
Maurice  Nathan  Deutsch 
Bernard  Fred  Dudenbostel,  Jr. 
Ross  Arnold  Hanson,  Jr. 
Richard  Berend  Hasbrouck,  with 
Highest  Honors 


George  Frank  Hoblik 

Norman  Kaplan,  with  High  Honors 

Harry  Alexander  Kornberg 

Harry  Harrison  Kroll,  with  Highest 

Honors 
Albert  Lepkovsky 
Fred  John  Lucht,  with  Highest 

Honors 
William  Glen  Meade 
Anton  Mudrak 
Max  Valentine  Norris 
Frank  Thomas  Piskur 
Homer  Harrison  Sabin 
Henry  Maurice  Shafer,  with  High 

Honors 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ij,  ipjS 


21 


Emily  Katherine  Shepard,  with 

Honors 
John  Song 


Philip  Marion  Walters,  with  High 

Honors 
Paul  Fears  Wiley,  with  Honors 


In  Chemical  Engineering 


William  Alvin  Ackerman,  with 

Highest  Honors 
Clarenxe  Oscar  Anderson 
WiLLARD  Patterson  Armstrong,  with 

High  Honors 
Robert  William  Benoliel,  with 

High  Honors 
Louis  Donald  Paul  Chevalley 
Premo  Chiotti 
John  Roy  Cochran 
Edgar  Longacre  Conant,  Jr. 
James  Garnett  Downer 
Clark  Fogle,  with  Highest  Honors 
Donald  Edward  Gregory  Glassco 
James  Robert  Gregory,  with  Honors 
Robert  Francis  Huehner 
Elmer  Hulman 
Osman  Hamilton  Huntley 
Louis  Henry  Huth,  with  Highest 

Honors 
Robert  Miles  Kastner 


William  Bertan  Katz,  with  Highest 

Honors 
Dean  Russel  Keating 
William  Hynds  Mitchell,  with 

Honors 
Thomas  Peter  Moundres,  with 

Highest  Honors 
Albert  Jules  Odiet 
William  Dale  Pool 
Clyde  Lee  Reed 
Willis  Keith  Reynolds 
Harrison  Edward  Romine 
Edgar  Drummond  Shippee,  with 

Honors 
W^iLLiAM  Clarence  Strader 
Alfred  John  Strohmaier 
Eugene  Fredric  Swanson 
Arthur  William  Thomas 
Ralph  S.  Thorpe,  with  Highest 

Honors 
Joseph  Gabriel  Vlcek 
Albert  James  Wood,  with  Honors 
William  McKee  Woods,  Jr. 


In  Home  Economics 


Medora  Mae  Clow 
Sarah  Iseman  Jencks 
Katharine   Elizabeth    Manchester, 
with  Honors 


Jean  McPherson,  with  High  Honors 
Louise  Adele  Seiter,  with  Honors 


The  College  of  Commerce  and  Business 

Administration 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Accountancy 


Francis  Woodrow  Adams 

Roger  Gerard  Ashamy,  with  Honors 

Francis  Howard  Bachman,  with 

High  Honors 
Joseph  John  Baratta 
Alfred  John  Bartusch,  Jr. 
Franklin  Archibald  Bassett 
Pansy  Genevieve  Best 
John  Bartlett  Bixby 
Eugene  Blair,  with  Honors 
Henry  George  Borden 


George  Victor  Carracio 

Thomas  William  Casper 

Lloyd  Grant  Cochran,  with  Honors 

AIarcus  Frank  Cord 

Joe  Violet  Crabtree 

Edward  Judson  Dillon 

Harold  Aubrey  Downing 

Dean  William  Dutrack 

Miles  Schmid  Duwe 

Howard  Hamilton  Gasaway 

Ora  Dale  Gay 


22 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  15,  ipsS 


Beth  Gronemeier,  with  Honors 

Vern  James  Hampton 

Carl  Joseph  Hillemeyer 

Max  Eugene  Hollenbeck 

Helmut  Ernest  Holtmann 

Karl  Dodd  Jahnke,  with  Honors 

James  Rees  Jones 

Keith  Lybrook  Kaelin 

Robert  Carlton  Kirkpatrick 

Clarence  Henry  Krohn 

Alvin  Lee  Legel 

Eugene  Phillip  Lundeen 

Joseph  Mahru,  with  Honors 

Woodrow  Wilson  Mann 

Seymour  Fredric  Marks 

Raymond  Frederick  Marrs 

Robert  Edward  Marsh,  with  Honors 

Bruce  Cummings  AIcGee 

Cornelia  Ruth  McNary 

Louis  Franklyn  McNeil 

William  Reitz  Mead,  with  Honors 

Charles  Richard  Melvin 

Uno  Miller 

Harry  Justin  Modell 

Thomas  Aquinas  Murphy,  with  High 

Honors 
Marvin   Norden  Nachman,  with 

Honors 
Lauren  Clyde  Nidiffer 
John  Copeland  O'Byrne 


Leland  Clare  Oliver 
Franklin  George  Pfeiffer 
Walter  James  Przybylski 
Benjamin  Robert  Purvin,  Jr.,  with 

High  Honors 
Fred  Edward  Roedger 
Walter  Thomas  Rzeczkowski 
Kenneth  Arnold  Schuette 
William  Frederick  Sear 
DoRicE  Dwight  Shumway 
Frederick  Wakeland  Smart 
Robert  Clarence  Smith 
Willis  Clifford  Stevenson,  with 

Honors 
William  Joseph  Stollenwerk 
Lewis  Tanner,  with  Honors 
Fletcher  Spray  Taylor 
Edward  John  Thelin 
Samuel  Herbert  Thompson 
Fred  Haymaker  Tomlin,  with  Honors 
LuDviCK  Raymond  Torkar 
Charles  James  Urbanski 
Bruce  Fisher  White 
Juliana  Edith  White 
Roy  Milford  Wilkins,  Jr. 
Robert  Alvah  Willard 
Dan  Powell  York 
Jesse  Nelson  Young,  with  Honors 
Edward  Charles  Zajac 


In  Accountancy  and  Banking  and  Finance 


George  Edward  Altmansberger 
Kenneth  Fred  Angel,  with  Honors 
Aldo  Epifanio  Anzzolin 


Verle  Goodwin  Dollahan 
Orie  Edward  Husser 


In  Banking  and  Finance 


Bernard  Winfield  Bonino,  Jr. 
Winston  Edward  Bullington 
George  Joseph  Cerny 
Warren  Kiefer  Confer,  with  High 

Honors 
John  Allen  Douglas 
Richard  B.  Fay 
Howard  Allan  Grohne 
John  Edward  Huisman 
John  Scherr  Macferran,  Jr. 


John  Louis  Marley 

Russell  George  O'Connor 

Maurice  Larson  Peterson 

Fred  Joseph  Petruska 

Haynes  Eugene  Reese 

Roger  Riedemann 

John  AIarcus  Schofield 

Raymond  Conrad  Stephenson 

Howard  Winston  Stokes 

Jerome  Gilbert  Trowe,  with  Honors 


In  Commerce  and  Law 


William  Edward  Berry 
Charles  William  Davis 
Wayne  Trafton  Dennis 
Otto  Eugene  Funk 
Irving  Louis  Gottlieb 


Alexander  Luther  Haglund 
Gilbert  Hall  Hennessey,  Jr. 
Herbert  Donald  Kastien 
Norman  Kenneth  Kelly 
Anthony  Toseph  Manuele 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  Jj,  1938 


23 


John  William  Meara 
Kenneth  Barnett  Powless 
John  William  Schriber 


George  Clarence  Slifka 
jMountfort  Horner  Smith 
Robert  Jay  Thede 


In  Foreign  Commerce 


Priscilla  Solveig  Borgersen 
Walter  Cordery  Brown 
Stanley  Louis  Goodman 
Albert  Grossarth 
Stanley  William  Henderson 


William  W^ebber  Locke 
Arthur  Kempter  Shaver 
J.  AIelvin  Silverman 
Victor  Alexander  Walz 


In  General  Business 


James  Lloyd  Anderson 

Dexter  Raymond  Barrett 

Burton  Leo  Baskin 

RoLiN  L.  Baucom 

Richard  Henry  Becker 

Cloe  Lois  Bedford 

Joseph  Dodds  Bevis 

Everett  Keith  B.  ack 

Gerald  Eugene  Black 

Sterling  Anderson  Blackstone 

Carolyn  Elizabeth  Borah 

Justin  Harry  Bosley 

William  Terrill  Bray 

Erny  Walter  Briggs 

Robert  ^LARION  Brown 

Shirley  Ruth  Bryant 

Bernard  AL^c  Bucher 

Bernard  Warner  Burns 

Edward  James  Callahan 

Eldon  Campbell 

Gilbert  Fisher  Campbell 

Alfred  ALalcolm  Claeboe 

George  Amos  Clark 

Alvin  Joseph  Clavin 

Ira  Gil  Cohns 

Russell  Donald  Cook 

Walter  Roscoe  Cook,  with  Honors 

Frances  ALa.ry  Corkery 

Kenneth  Edward  Cramer 

Dorothea  Elizabeth  Creighton 

Carl  Hampton  Crouch 

Thomas  Webster  Crull 

Lyman  Wesley  Dack 

Dorothy  Beryl  Damisch 

Robert  Thomas  Darvill 

Donald  Hoar  Davidson 

John  Richard  Davidson 

Gordon  Vincent  Donnelly 

Nora  Ecker 

Thomas  Scott  Eddie 

Robert  Vv'illiam  Edwards 

Charles  Francis  Eggert 

Glenn  Vernon  Ehni 

Vernon  Richard  Eichstaedt 


John  James  Esplin 
Robert  DeWitte  Fast 
Sophie  Louise  Fink 
Eleanore  Frances  Fohr 
William  M.  Folger 
Robert  David  Frey 
Dorothy  Margaret  Fruin 
Early  Lyman  Gilbert,  Jr. 
Foster  Gilgis 
Richard  John  Glasebrook,  with 

Honors 
Melvin  Solomon  Goldman 
Marvin  French  Goodwine 
Bruce  Verdun  Green 
Jack  Ryan  Grimm 
Homer  Lawrence  Guck 
Elizabeth  Rose  Gyory 
Robert  Leon  Ham 
Frank  Charles  Handschuh,  with 

Honors 
Patricia  Margaret  Haran 
Gerald  Walker  Heath 
Donald  Alison  Henry 
Wayne  Skaggs  Hestand 
Charles  Francis  Hight,  with  Honors 
Gene  Frederick  Hildeman 
James  AIcDonald  Hill 
John  Alden  Hobart 
Robert  Rogers  Holden 
Vincent  Noel  Horning,  Jr. 
Edwin  Simonds  Hunt 
Robert  Eugene  Hunt 
Harry  Franklin  Hynd 
John  Parker  Irish 
Louise  Jacob  son 

June  Naomi  Johnson,  with  Honors 
Charles  Irwin  Keller 
William  Grimm  Keller 
Leona  Genevieve  Ketel 
Joseph  Bernerd  Klemp 
Clarence  Henry  Klepper 
Albert  Herman  Knauerhaze 
Helen  Marie  Knoebel 
Myrtle  Anne  Knuth 


24 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  75,  ip^S 


Kenneth  Walter  Koehler 

James  Frederick  Kramer 

William  Kusz 

James  Francis  Lally 

James  Russell  Lammering 

Richard  Pratt  Lamoreaux 

Kenneth  Joseph  Laurent 

Russell  Raymond  Walter  Layer 

Milton  Motz  Leyhe 

John  William  McGinnis 

Robert  Ellsworth  McGlashan 

Kent  Cortelyou  McKnight 

Frank  Oliver  McLeish 

James  Ernest  McMackin 

Charles  Courvoisier  Merck 

Virgil  Joseph  Meyers 

William  Bryson  Milligan,  Jr. 

Robert  Clyde  Montgomery 

Robert  Edward  Morgan 

Sidney  Lloyd  Nemeyer 

Melvin  Miller  Nield 

Ann  Norton 

Tabor  Robert  Novak,  with  Honors 

Everett  Simon  Oliver 

Theodore  Francis  Olson,  Jr. 

Van  Robison  Parker 

Jean  Estella  Parks 

Charles  Irving  Pearson 

Kirby  Farmen  Post 

Elinore  Louise  Powers 

Margaret  Leila  Rauch 

Laurence  Haines  Rehm 

Homer  Alexander  Reiq 

Mary  Ellen  Rennick,  with  High 

Honors 
Thomas  Lee  Ridge 
Charles  Henry  Rippe 
Lillian  Hothan  Rommel,  with 

Honors 


Ruth  Runyen 

Sylvester  Adam  Ryba 

Richard  Chester  Ryniker 

Ralph  Sabetti 

Margaret  Frances  Sanks 

Albert  Louis  Sautter,  Jr. 

Olive  May  Schreffler 

Gerald  William  Seng 

Louis  John  Shannon 

Irven  Edward  Silkey 

Joseph  Charles  Sindelar 

Mary  Augusta  Skidmore 

Doris  Lourdes  Smith 

Robert  Frederick  Stafford 

Charles  Fredrick  Stansberry,  Jr, 

Richard  Charles  Stare 

William  Duane  Stewart,  Jr. 

Shirley  Irene  Still 

Norman  Fred  Stolze,  with  Honors 

Imogene  Dawson  Stotler 

Elmer  Magnus  Strandberg 

John  Bernard  Stutz,  with  Honors 

Dale  Arthur  Tanner 

Norman  Richmond  Taylor 

Jane  Elizabeth  Tharp 

John  Melvin  Thompson 

David  Turnbull 

Wendell  Winn  Turner 

Louts  David  VanMullen 

Edward  Stanley  Vojacek,  with 

Honors 
C.  Nugent  Wedding 
William  Churchill  Wetherbee,  with 

Honors 
Junius  Prentice  Whitehurst 
Laura  Elizabeth  Wright 
Edward  Cline  Yeaton 
William  Francis  Yerger 


In  Industrial  Administration 


GiBRAN  Michael  Baccash 
Eugene  Charles  Bauer 
Samuel  Lenord  Bogorad 
Joseph  John  Bristow 
Edward  George  Bruhnke 
Charles  Delbert  Christensen 
Rexford  John  Cunningham 
David  Kenneth  Davis 
Amos  Herbert  Flint,  Jr. 
Edmund  Jerome  Fruin 


Raymond  Keith  Gallagher 
Vernon  Wilbert  Haag 
Ray  Arthur  Masek 
Harry  Eugene  Mast 
Robert  Marshall  Moore 
Edward  John  Rezabek 
Chester  Lynn  Snyder 
Charles  Dennis  Wagner 
Thomas  Henry  Watts 


In  Trade  and  Civic  Secretarial  Service 
Mary  Elizabeth  Morrow 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ij,  ip^8 


Harris  LeRoy  Gregg 
James  Elmer  Osborn 


In  Transportation 

Arthur  Robert  Stance 
John  Ryman  Wilmot 


The  College  of  Engineering 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Agricultural  Engineering 

Dale  Irving  Croxkhite  Samuel  Holm  an  Woodward 

Kenneth  Eugene  Fuller 


Harry  John  Beckemeyer,  Jr. 
Melbourne  Kenneth  Blanchard 
Raymond  Tobias  Gutman 
Richard  Fleming  Havell 


In  Ceramics 

John  Kenton  Hester 

Edwin  Charles  Herman  Ploetz 

Joseph  Tarre 


In  Ceramic 

Stanley  Hartenbower  Boyle 

Joseph  John  Brouk 

Paul  Eugene  Buckles 

Robert  Bryson  Day 

John  Eugene  Friess 

James  Arthur  AIaurer,  with  High 

Honors 
Leland  James  McCleish 
John  Gerald  AIoore 
William  Charles  Owen 


Engineering 

Norman  Franklin  Rewoldt 
Raymond  Dee  Stephens 
Almon  William  Tucker 
John  Battista  Vernetti 
PoRTUS  M.  Wheeler,  Jr. 
Harlow  Russell  Whildin 
Herman  Frederick  Edward  Woltil 
Charles  Elmer  Wright 
George  Herbert  Zink 


In  Civil  Engineering 


Harry  Walter  Atkinson 
Charles  Luster  Badger 
Donald  Arthur  Bassett 
LeRoy  Lester  Brink 
Charles  Edgar  Carter 
Richard  Roke  Cherskove 
Samuel  Nick  Daniels 
Elmer  Austin  Dixon 
Raymond  Epstein 
John  Milton  Ericson 
John  William  Gee 
Harold  Everett  Goeke 
Nelwin  Cle.\tis  Grimm 
Eugene  Guillard 
William  Holly 
Paul  Harry  Kaar 
Donald  Lee  Kirby 
Max  Eugene  Lamb 
Fred  William  Leake,  Jr. 


Raymond  Irving  Leland 

Leonard  Carl  Lindblom 

Albert  Litvin 

Robert  Wright  McFerron 

John  Clark  McKibbin 

Frank  Ellis  Miller 

Robert  William  Milnes 

Charles  Stanley  Monnier 

Sexton  Arthur  Olin 

James  Oscar  Potter,  with  Honors 

James  Mueller  Robertson,  with  High 

Honors 
John  Theodore  Robinson 
Loms  Edward  Salch 
Henry  Andrew  Schmielau 
Thomas  Jefferson  Scott,  with  High 

Honors 
Walter  Oscar  Seabury,  Jr. 
Guy  Warren  Sexauer 


26 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ij,  ips^ 


Charles  Warren  Stone 
Wallace  Howard  Stumm 
Sydney  Tabach 
Henry  Till 


William  Russell  Todd 
Edward  Fraser  Wilson 
Paul  Lawrence  Zumwalt 


In  Electrical  Engineering 


Fredrick  Harve  Ames,  Jr. 
Carl  Edward  Asbury 
Jonathan  McMillan  Askew 
Ralph  Frederic  Batt 
Lorin  T.  Bleuer 
Peter  Bollone 
Everett  Francis  Buehler 
Thurman  Gheil  Campbell 
Daniel  Koelsch  Chinlund 
Albert  Ray  Engelschall 
Frank  Eugene  Fisher 
Stewart  Edwin  Frisbie 
Clarence  Goodwin  Herrington 
Kenji  Hino 

Frank  Edwin  Hostettler 
Robert  Edward  Jeffries 
Robert  Loren  Johnson 
Warner  Aldren  Johnson 
Russell  Julius  Keeler 
Wladimir  Kotowitsch 
Fred  Adair  Linn 
Paul  Arthur  Nilsson 
Warren  Denton  Orr 
Max  Ortner,  Jr. 


Carl  Runge  Peterson 

Robert  Pope  Powers 

Richard  Rogers  Preston 

Gilbert  Charles  Reiman 

George  Mathew  Rezny 

Donald  William  Russell 

Paul  Winchell  Ryburn,  with  Honors 

Stanley  William  Ryden 

Charles  Solomon  Sandler,  with 

Honors 
George  Marcellious  Scherrer 
Warren  Walter  Oliver 

Schmalenberger 
Russell  Terry  Simmons 
William  Arthur  Sinks,  Jr. 
William  Roger  Sloat 
Osborne  Brooks  Smith 
Virgil  LeRoy  Snell,  Jr. 
Louis  Alfred  George  ter  Veen 
Robert  Jackson  Turk 
Lloyd  Jordan  Waldron 
Francis  Marion  Whitaker 
Edmund  Casimer  Wist 


In  Engineering  Physics 


Maurice  Valentine  Adams,  with 

High  Honors 
Edward  Avedice  Belgian 
Francis  Edwin  Edwards,  Jr. 


Philip  Roger  Gillette,  with  High 

Honors 
Raymond  Charles  Gutschick 
Milton  Parker  Vore,  with  High 

Honors 


In  General  Engineering 


Robert  William  Dalrymple 
Edward  James  Holland,  Jr. 
Alfred  Hughlyn  Hunter 


Don  Archibald  Parkhurst 
Eugene  Harold  Pietsch 


In  Mechanical  Engineering 


Joe  Mathias  Anderson 
Harold  Edwin  Arnold 
Lyle  Carpenter  Atwood 
Charles  Erwood  Beck 
Harry  Beckerle,  Jr. 
Richard  Ora  Beitel 
Hugh  Henry  Benninger 
Edward  Frederick  Burow 
Donald   Elmer   Carncross 
William  George  Chappell,  with 
Honors 


William  Keith  Cochran 

Joseph  Kenneth  Decker 

Carroll  Hilton  Dunn 

Ralph  Frederick  Fearn,  with  High 

Honors 
J.  Robert  Fletcher 
Howard  Jack  Goss 
Albert  Eugene  Hartmann 
Rudolph  John  Houkal,  Jr. 
George  Reinhold  Johnson 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  i^,  1938 


27 


John  Morris  Keller 

Edwin  Fredrick  Koehler 

Boris  Yvon  Kutner 

James  Long 

Clarence  Bernard  Mansky 

Edward  Charles  AIanthei,  with 

Honors 
Calvin  Bennett  McElhoe 
Charles  Mark  Middlesworth 
Jack  Anthony  Nachowitz 
Norris  Vincent  Needham 
Alfred  AIagill  Nelson 
Joseph  Lester  Peltzman 
Francis  Fred  Poppenburg 
George  Harold  Potus 
Thomas  John  Putz,  with  Honors 


William  Dyckman  Rich 
Charles  Richard  Rockwell 
Sidney  Schnitzer 
Joseph  Engelbert  Schober 
Edgar  Schoij 
Howard  Otto  Scholl 
Benedict  Thomas  Schwar 
William  Anthony  Slupik 
Kurt  Sprengling 
William  Randolph  Staggs 
Harold  Nels  Swanson 
Francis  Kasmir  LIsalis 
James  Malvin  Walden 
Stephen  James  Wenthe 
John  Frazer  White 


In  Metallurgical  Engineering 

Howard  Wayne  Miner,  with  High 
Honors 

In  Mining  Engineering 

Arnold  William  Asman 
John  Leo  Brown 


Oswald  Vincent  Johnson 
Mathew  Mark  Retonde 


In  Railway  Civil  Engineering 
Martin  John  Goers  Paul  Chris  Traub 

In  Railway  Electrical  Engineering 
Leland  Levon  Davis  Donald  Franklin  Marston 


The  College  of  Agriculture 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Agriculture 


Paul  Augustus  Adams 

Raymond  Julius  Emil  John  Alberts, 

with  Honors 
Fred  Bridges  Alcorn 
Carl  Raymond  Almgren,  with  Honors 
Frank  Winston  Andrew 
Charles  Clarence  Bain,  with  Honors 
Robert  Cantley  Becker 
Harold  Eugene  Bell 
Walter  Berg 
John  Leslie  Black 
Howard  Theodore  Boes 
Keith  Sowers  Brown 
Samuel  Lowell  Buddemeier 
Vernon  Eugene  Burgener,  with 

Honors 
Wallace  McMurray  Burroughs,  Jr. 
Frank  AL'\rlow  Case 
Paul  Cavello 


Carl  Edward  Chaplin 
Donald  Walter  Christiansen 
Owen  Kohl  Churchill 
John  Richardson  Cooper 
Alfred  Wilcox  Cowgill 
Leighton  Meadows  Cropper 
Byron  Keith  Croxton 
Maurice  Eugene  Croxton 
James  Henry  Davis 

LOREN  HUMISTON  DaVIS 

Denzil  Ellis  Dees 
MiLDOURN  Frank  DeMunn 
John  Leroy  Diamond 
Richard  Franklin  Dugan 
James  Roscoe  Dunseth,  Jr. 
Edward  Oxley  Elliott 
Martin  Wilson  Farnam 
Wesley  Howard  Farrell,  Jr. 
Wendell  Leroy  Farris 


28 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  75,  ipj8 


Joe  Bernard  Fehrenbacher,  with 

Highest  Honors 
Frank  Addison  Fieber,  with  High 

Honors 
Orval  Cleg  Floyd 
Raymond  Lloyd  Fox 
David  Lloyd  Freeman 
Howard  Garber  Fugate 
Luis  Antero  Garcia 
Glen  Gates 

Alan  Leslie  Goodmiller 
Frederick  Snow  Greenman 
Robert  Charles  Halcott 
Walter  Judson  Haney,  with  High 

Honors 
Paul  Leroy  Hanna 
Homer  T.  Heape 
Harold   Russell  Heckman 
Abraham  Lincoln  Herm 
Richard  Adam  Herm 
Hale  Arvid  Holm 
Frank  Harold  Horn 
Annabelle  Carolyn  Howser 
James  Christopher  Hoyt 
Robert  William  Hufford 
Dale  Wendell  Hltix 
Frederick  Donald  Ioerger,  with 

Honors 
Albert  Gregory  Kallal 
Charles  Frederic  Kell 
Raymond  Gilmore  Kent 
Lyle  Donald  Kerley,  with  Honors 
Thomas  Bernard  Kirkpatrick,  with 

Honors 
John  Arthur  Lamb 
Donald  Elmo  Larimore,  with  High 

Honors 
Clark  Raymond  Larson 
Robert  Kermit  Lawson 
James  Christopher  Lesar 
Rex  Herschel  Light 
Leonard  Beecham  Lockett 
William  Harvey  Longley 
Joseph  Raymond  McGann 
James  Earl  McJilton 
Vernon  Frank  Meyer,  with  Honors 
WiLLARD  D.  Moore 
Harry  Jacob  Ammen  Murdoch 


Delane  Irving  Murdock 
Warren  Erwin  Myers 
Kenneth  Quentin  Paddock 
Howard  Russell  Parish 
Thomas  Gerald  Pearse,  Jr.,  with 

High  Honors 
Norman  Alan  Perry,  with  Honors 
Cecil  Melvin  Piper 
David  Campbell  Player 
Evan  Henry  Chester  Pocklington 
Irvin  Leonard  Pocklington 
Donald  Bartlett  Pope 
Robert  Dean  Postlewaite 
Eldon  Dwight  Powell 
Gerald  Roy  Redman 
David  Walker  Rhinehart 
John  Raymond  Rhinehart 
Robert  James  Rimington 
Lee  Acheson  Rodgers 
David  Henry  Ruebush 
Wesley  Earl  Rutherford,  Jr. 
Fred  Oliver  St.  John 
Ralph  Ernest  Schelling 
John  Joseph  Scherrer 
Stanley  Edwin  Schwarm 
Glen  Delmar  Shippy 
Charles  Albert  Smith 
William  Gilmore  Swearingen,  with 

Honors 
W.  Homer  Switzer 
Byron  Dale  Thier 
Charles  LaVerne  Voorhees 
Howard  Baker  Waddell 
Kenneth  Thornton  Wade 
Robert  Hetfield  Warner 
Meredith  Wayne  Watts,  with 

Honors 
Vern  Herbert  Watts 
George  Albert  Webb 
Franklin  Andrew  Werner 
Eber  Forest  Wetzel 
Leslie  William  White,  with  Highest 

Honors 
Morse  William  Whiting 
James  Darwin  Wikoff 
Byron  Wright 
Roland  George  Yager 
De.\n  Seymour  Zehr 


Mary  Ann  Dorner 


In  Floriculture 

Karl  George  Klehm 


In  Home  Economics 
Caroline  Roberta  Alexander  Margaret  Edith  Baudison,  with 


Ada  Mary  Allen 

NoLA  Elvie  Arnold 

Mildred  Marie  Bass,  with  Honors 


Honors 
Ruth  Virginia  Bennett,  with  Honors 
Helen  Margaret  Bloss 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ij,  193S 


29 


Mary  Elizabeth  Bohlen 

Thelma  \'irginia  Bonvallet,  with 

Honors 
Esther  Margaret  Bruce 
Margaret  Elizabeth  Burdick 
Cleg  Marie  Butler 
Wanda  June  Casto 
Mary  Dane  Cory 
Helen  Trent  Corzine 
Josephine  Elaine  Crawford 
Elizabeth  Creighton 
Margaret   Eleanor   Dixson,   with 

Honors 
Mable  Alice  Eck 
Myrtle  Anna  Eck 
Nellie  Marian  Ehler 

EUREATH   ArLENE   FrEYERMUTH 

Lucile  Josephine  Gingerich 

Garnet  Louise  Ginther 

Mabel  Leone  Harkness 

Ruth  Elizabeth  Harper 

Lucile  Hieser,  with  Honors 

Ellen  ^^L-kude  Hill 

Louise  ^L\ry  Horan 

Ruth  Alice  Hubbard 

]\Iarjorie  Helen  Innes 

Dorothy  Jensen,  with  Honors 

Melva  Bertha  Johannigmeier 

]\L\rgaret  Ellen  Johnson 

Betty  Ann  Knight 

WiLMA  Leesman 

Elizabeth  ^L\cClinchie,  with  Honors 


Helen  Mae  Malek,  with  Honors 

Nola  Clementene  Massie 

Mildred  IMarcella  Mast 

Hermien  Ruth  Myers 

Ruth  Nortell 

Doris  Louise  Ramp 

Dorothy  Mae  Roodhouse 

Gladys  Eileen  Ross 

AIartha  Louise  Rucker 

Geraldine  Cleone  Russell 

Kathryn  Elizabeth  Sanders 

Caroline  Wilhelmenia  Schick 

Jean  Mary  Schott 

Leta  Lillian  Scott 

Marian  Margaret  Singleton,  with 

Highest  Honors 
Asta  Carolina  Smidt 
Alberta  Maud  Smith,  with  Honors 
Dorothy  Isabel  Snyder,  with  Honors 
Virginia  Mary  Spiller 
WiLMA  Louise  Sykes 
Dorothy  Aline  Timm 
Mardell  Dillon  Tompkins,  with 

Honors 
Lucile  Wilburn  Turner 
Marjorie  Leota  Van  Wormer 
Eleanor  Lucille  Velde 
Helen  Ruth  Wahlberg 
Pearl  Wilma  Ward,  with  Honors 
Beulah  Edna  Weedon 
Mary  Arlene  Wolfram 
Marian  Frances  Yepsen,  with  Honors 
Charlotte  Virginia  Young 


The  College  of  Education 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Education 


^L-\RY  Elizabeth  Adkins 
Phyllis  Jean  Armstrong,  with 

Honors  in  History 
Eloise  Ashby 
Eleanor  Fiske  Bailey 
Barton  Ormsbee  Baker 
^Lartha  Banker 
XoRMA  Agnes  Barts 
Hester  Louise  Bayliss 
Gretchen  Jane  Beckman 
^Lary  Elizabeth  Bell 
Andrew  Sterling  Bennett 
Gertrcde  Eileen  Bennett 
Edith  Lillian  Bergstrom 


John  Rudolph  Berner 
Elizabeth  Ida  Bluemke 
HoNORE  Evelyn  Blumenfield 
George  William   Bodecker 
Dorothy  Jane  Body 
William  Thomas  Bourgeois 
Edwin  Porch  Bradbury 
Ellen  Sue  Bretsnyder 
Joseph  Anthony  Brown 
Margaret  Helen  Buck 
Richard  Benjamin  Carlton 
Mary  Lou  Carter 
Jack  Ross  Cervantes,  with  Honors 
in  Spanish 


30 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  i^,  ip^8 


Rhee  Betty  Chidekel 

Lois  Frances  Churchill 

Dorothy  Louise  Cole,  with  Honors 

in  Mathematics 
Ruth  Elnora  Cortright 
Maxine  Elizabeth  Cosgrove 
Lillian  Louise  Cress 
George  Edward  Curtis 
Frances  Bonniebel  Davis 
Ruth  Marie  Davis 
Avery  Milton  Dickerson 
Philip  Hill  Doherty 
Helena  Anna  Doll 
Helen  Jean  Donaldson 
Eloris  Marguerite  Donner 
Helen  Marie  Drais 
Dorothy  Rose  Dublin 
Grace  Marie  Dunn 
Irving  Philip  Durchslag 
Eloise  Christina  Eber 
Peggie  Mae  Reede  Ed  son 
Alma  Delle  Elliff 
Doris  Marie  Ellis 
Dorothy  Epstein,  with  Honors  in 

Mathematics 
Leslie  Joseph  Evans 
Lois  Eleanor  Ewing 
Jeanne  Ruth  Fifield 
Catherine  Dena  Folis 
Arvilla  Marjorie  Gaard 
Mary  Jane  Gallemore 
Eugene  Stuart  Garrett 
Vincent  Harold  Gehr 
Helen  Mary  Gehring 
Miriam  Geller 
John  Andrew  George 
John  Joseph  Ginay 
Michael  Daniel  Giokaris 
Andy  Raymond  Glosecki 
Lee  Clifford  Goldberg 
Loren  Edward  Grabb 
Genevieve  Green 
Marjorie  Waddell  Green 
Harriet  Jane  Greene,  with  Honors 

in  Education  and  Mathematics 
Bernice  Evelyn  Grinyer 
Elizabeth  Ann  Groff 
Ruth  Marie  Gustafson 
Arthur  Wesley  Haas 
Hyman  Handelman 
Renee  Harper 
Marian  Virginia  Harris 
Dorothy  Hope  Headlee 
Alice  Anna  Heale 
Virginia  Mae  Hodson 
Carroll  Joseph  Hubble 
Bobbie  Anita  Hudson 
Ilene  Bell  Hurl 
Daniel  Ralph  Iannella 
Betty  Iles 
Raymond  Salvatore  Iman 


Mary  Margaret  Irwin 

Alt  A  Marie  Isaacs 

Elmer  Andrew  Ivary 

Leon  Nicholas  Jarand 

Velma  Katherine  Jeffers 

Lillian  Taylor  Johnson 

Marian  Elizabeth  Johnson 

Max  Johnson 

Emily  Jane  Jones 

Walter  Axel  Jorgensen 

Marie  Marcella  Kappus 

Dorothy  Marie  Kennedy 

Harriet  Maxine  Kimball 

Eileen  Laura  Kincaid 

Enid  Emogene  Kiner 

Charles  Clifford  King 

Evelyn  Frances  Knoppel 

Leslie  Donald  Knudsen 

Julia  Louise  Koch 

Elmer  Joseph  Koestner 

Mabel  Roberta  Kofoed 

Evan  Geyer  Koons 

Mary  Elizabeth  Kovac,  with  Honors 

in  Education 
Etoile  Thornber  LaCroix 
Mary  Elizabeth  Lambert 
DwiGHT  William  Langham 
May  Irene  Larson 
Olive  Louise  Lauterbach,  with 

Honors  in  Latin 
Marjorie  Alvina  Theresa  La  Valle 
Charlotte  Lucia  LeBosquet 
William  George  Lehmann 
John  Albert  Lippold 
Doris  Emma  Loescher 
Virginia  Dorothy  Lorek 
Catherine  Jayne  Winifred  Mack 
George  Andrew  Magnuson 
Jack  Robert  Malach 
Phyllis  Jean  Manning 
Santo  Louis  Marino 
Jean  Emily  Martin 
Kathryn  Howard  Massias 
John  Barger  McGill 
Joseph  Patrick  McMenamin 
Cornelia  Louise  IVIcNeal 
Sarah  Lee  Meyer 
William  Fred  Meyer 
Rosalie  Catherine  Miller 
Ruth  Mariam  Miller 
Elizabeth  Anne  Mosiman 
Jane  Elizabeth  Mullett 
Charles  Maurice  Mutter 
Mary  Brierley  Nelson 
Dorothy  Janet  Ness 
Theodore  Joseph  Nykiel 
Dorothea  May  Pepperdine 
Genevieve  Floss  Perry 
Paul  Lawrence  Petty 
Betty  Jane  Phillips 
Jay  Frederick  Pickerill 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  jj,  ip^8 


31 


Ella  Mae  Pierce 

Florence  Adda  Bishop  Player 

Lu  Ada  Henrietta  Porter 

Virginia  Norma  Powell 

Alice  Emily  Pulcher 

^Iargaret  Francis  Rago 

Jane  Rausch 

Miriam  Reizner 

Rex  Winslow  Reynolds 

RoscoE  Leroy  Robertson 

Mary  Catherine  Roche 

Drusilla  Parker  Rumrill 

Frank  Ray  Russell 

EiNA  Margaret  Ryan 

Allen  Victor  Heimbach  Sapora,  with 

Honors  in  Physical  Education 
Janet  Vivian  Sator 
Lucille   Katherine   Schaffer 
Frederic  Ross  Scheidecker 
Arnold  Earl  Schenk 
Paltl  Everett  Senger 
Doris  Elaine  Sengstock,  with 

Honors  in  French 
Glenn  Shaffer 
Frances  Claudine  Sheetz 
Catherine  Josephine  Sidlo 
Bertha  Cecile  Sloser 
Martha  Eleanor  Smith 
Wayne  David  Spangler 
Wanda  Lois  Spencer 
^La.ry  Jane   Steidemann 
Albert  W.  Stern 
Carma  Geraldine  Storm 
Joseph  Howard  Streng 


Margaret  Rouse  Stubenrauch 

Elizabeth   Engel   Teckenbrock 

Myrtle  Linnea  Thelin 

Lester  Arnold  Thrasher 

Norma  Ruth  Tir 

Mariana  Trickey 

Bessie  Mae  Tyrell 

Carroll  Francis  Van  Deventer 

Edward  Robert  Wach 

Betty  Jayne  Wagner 

Helen  Gertrude  Walsh 

Rolla  John  Walston 

Jane  Virginia  Lorraine  Watchorn 

Virginia  Adams  Weber 

William  Carl  Weber,  Jr. 

Mary  Elizabeth  Weitzel 

Lyndell  Neal  Welbourne 

Scott  Emery  Weller 

Virginia    Josephine    Westervelt 

George  Allen  Wetzel 

Elinor  Alyce  Wheeland 

Mary  Whitteker 

Roberta  Beth  Willmore 

Henry  Richard  Winiarski 

Virginia  Eleanor  Winklepleck 

Edith  Elaine  Wood 

Mary  Louise  Woodburn 

Carol  Jane  Wright 

Louise  Elizabeth  Wright 

Mary  Elizabeth  Wright 

Clifford  J.  Wynkoop 

Ralph  Wilbur  Zech 

Lorraine  Margaret  Zeisler 

Bernice  Josephine  Zwick 


In  Agricultural  Education 
Ralph  William  Johnson  Paul  Everett  Senger 


In  Home 

Alice  Blessing  Allen 
Doris  Ellen  Bolin 
Mildred   Olive  Carroll 
Phyllis  Maurine  Curl 
Barbara  Genevieve  Eaton 
Laura  Ann  Fink 
WiLMA  Josephine  Fox 
Florence  Isabel  Littell 
Reinou  Johanna  Maurits 


Economics  Education 

Margaret  Mary  Monfort 

Eleanor  Pauline  Peters 

Helen  Louise  Peterson 

Dorothy  Louise  Printz 

Ruth  Elizabeth  Robb,  with  Honors 

in  Home  Economics 
Katherine  Virginia  Seidel 
Marion  Charlotte  Simon 
Ruth  Virginia  Strohm 


In  Industrial  Education 


Russell  Patrick  Doyle 
Paul  Wilson  Liehr 


Otha  James  Miller 
William  Russell  Sturgeon 


32 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  75,  ig^8 


The  College  of  Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Architectural  Engineering 


Robert  Karl  Bauerle 

Charles  Edward  Denton 

Lawrence  Edwin  Gailen 

Michael  Joseph  Hered 

Fred  James  Kile,  with  High  Honors 

Arthur  Wilbur  Mills 


John  J.  Petersen 
Hyman  Henry  Sher 
Walker  Gerhard  Stone 
John  Steel  Trimble 
Harold  Edward  Weber 


In  Architecture 


John  Vincent  Anderson 

John  Fred  Bartels,  with  Honors 

Bernard  Holmes  Bradley,  with 

Honors 
Homer  Stoddard  Butler,  Jr. 
Courtney  Boyd  Cole 
Joseph  Henry  Crammer 
Clarence  Edgar  Donath 
Harold  Russell  Ekroth,  with  Honors 
Howard  William  Frank,  with  High 

Honors 
Bernard  J.  Friedman 


George  Walter  Gray 

William  Lee  Horstman,  Jr. 

August  Julius  Ignelzi 

Howard  Herbert  Kern 

James  Daniel  Murphy 

Harold  Sidney  Pawlan 

Don  Ashley  Reed 

Frank  Marshall  Smith 

Donald  Philip  Stevens,  with  High 

Honors 
Thomas  Scott  Twerdahl 
Jack  Wilbur  Zimmer 


In  AIusic  Education 


Sibyl  Louise  Barbre 

Charles  Herbert  Beckman 

William  Labert  Boggs 

Harold  Swartz  Confer,  with  Honors 

Marion  Elizabeth  Corell 

Guy  M.  Duker,  with  High  Honors 

Geraldine  Ann  Elliott 

Austin  Eugene  Garrels 

John  Leonard  Glover 

Marietta  Charlene  Hall 

Catherine  Annabelle  Hanawalt, 

with  High  Honors 
Louise  B.  Haselton 
Charles  Mason  Hendricks,  with 

Honors 
Margaret  Mary  Hennesey 
Dorothy  Elizabeth  Heyduck 
Edward  Clinton  Kalb 


Eleanor  Louise  Krughoff,  with  High 

Honors 
Walter  Stanford  Lathen 
Lowell  Preston  Little 
Bernice  Caroline  Moore 
Margaret  Alma  AIorgan 
Ellen  Dorothy  Petersen,  with 

Honors 
Charles  Allen  Ricketts 
Richard  Elliot  Roberts,  with  Honors 
Jack  Westover  Seargeant 
Margaret  Statler  Sproat 
Josephine  Helen  Stanaitis 
John  Robert  Van  Nice 
Ernest  Eugene  Weller 
Keith  Leroy  Wilson,  with  High 

Honors 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Music 


Austin  Eugene  Garrels 
Franklin  Maxwell  Juvinall 
Ralph  William  Kinison 


Fred  William  Westphal,  Jr.,  with 
Honors 

LORAMA   WiESE 

Harvey  Clary  Zorn 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  ij,  igj8 


33 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Fine  Arts 

In  Art  Education 

Janet  Leigh  Chadwick  Louise  Selma  Krueger,  with  Honors 

Dorothy  Gladys  Gunderson,  with  Kathryn  Frances  Ralph 

Honors  Elizabeth  Irma  Sorrell 
Thyra  Lucy  Hartong,  with  Honors 

In  Landscape  Architecture 

Daniel  Joseph  Ferrone  Robert  ]\Ierrill  O'Donnell,  with 
Wiley  Thomas  Jones,  Jr.,  with  Honors 

Honors  Emmy  Lou  Smith 

Jacob  Hyman  Katz  Barbara  Louise  Warner 

Warren  Darrell  Lewis  Roberta  Ardis  Wightman 
Dorothy  ^L■\Y  Nelson 


In  Landscape  Architecture,  City  Planning  Option 
Donald  Graham  Davis  Ralph  Desbro  Hampton 


Ruth  Elizabeth  Briggs 
Gerald  Wayne  Davis 
Beatrice  Vivian  George 
Charles  Edward  Gerber 
^L\rion  Korsmo 
Raymond  Elvester  Leech 


In  Painting 

James  Henry  Graham  Lynch,  with 

High  Honors 
Francis  AIarion  Mair 
Elizabeth  Eleanor  McCarty 
Ruth  Suzanne  Osgood 
Waldo  Wilderman  Tisch 
Iris  Elizabeth  Zimmerly 


The  College  of  Law 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Laws 


Fred  Courtney  Arthur,  A.B.,  1935 
William  Henry  Barrick,  A.B.,  1936 
;\L-\rk  Huelster  Beaubien,  A.B.,  1936 
John    James    Black,    B.Ed.,    Eastern 
Illinois     State    Teachers    College, 

1934 
Robert  Hatch  Brunsman,  A.B.,  1936 
Robert  Gordon  Burn  side,  A.B.,  1936 
Wilbur    Philip    Cooper,    B.S.,    Beloit 

College,  1932 
Harold  O.  Fichte,  A.B.,  1936 
French  Levering  Fraker,  B.S.,  1935 
Roger  Joseph  FRuaN,  A.B.,  1936 
Harold  James  Galvin,  A.B.,  St.  Louis 

University,  1935 
John   Gray  Gilbert,  B.Ed.,   Southern 

Illinois     State    Teachers     College, 

1933 
Herbert  Glazer,  A.B.,  1936 
William  Edwards  H.^ll 
Bruce  Marshall  Jones,  A.B.,  1936 


WiLLARD   VanArsdale   Kelsey,    A.B., 

Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1935 

Edward   Felix   Kenehan,   A.B.,   1936, 

with  Honors 
Donan  Charles  Kirley,  A.B.,  1936 
James  Francis  Lemna,  A.B.,  1936 
Anton    Wolski    Makar,   A.B.,    North 

Central  College,  1936 
Gale    Albert    Mathers,    A.B.,    Knox 

College,  1933 
Dean  Smith  McGaughey,  A.B.,  1936, 

with  Honors 
Allen  Curtis  McGurk,  B.S.,  1936 
Wallace  Watson  Orr,  A.B.,  Univer- 
sity of  Missouri,  1936 
William  Golan  Pinsley,  B.S.,  1936 
Perry   H.    Plummer,   Jr.,   A.B.,    1936, 

with  Honors 
Maurice  Graham  Porter,  with  Honors 
Robert  Beauman  Porter,  A.B.,  1936 
George  Pond  Proctor,  A.B.,  1936 


34 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  i^,  1938 


William  Lloyd  Roller,  A.B.,  1935 
Albert  Saikley,  A.B.,  1936 
Richard  Albert  Schneider,  B.S.,  1936 
Roth  Samuel  Smith,  A.B.,  1936 
Bert  Philo  Snow,  B.S.,  1936 
Herman  Walterford  Snow,  A.B.,  St. 

Viator  College,  1937 
Matthew   William    Stefanich,    B.S., 

1936 


Walter  Stern,  A.B.,  1934 

Harry   Roland   Stevens,   A.B.,   Knox 

College,  1935 
Daniel  Stanford  Tauman 
Charles  Joseph  Walters,  B.S.,  1936 
Joseph  Anton  Wanderscheid,  A.B., 

1935 
Gene  David  Weisiger,  B.S.,  1935 
Saul  Theodore  Winston,  A.B.,  1936 
Arthur  David  Young,  A.B.,  1932 


The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Law 


Alice  Marie  Chellberg,  B.S.,  1936, 
with  Honors 


Albert  Henry  Krusemark,  Jr.,  A.B., 
1936,  with  Honors 


The  School  of  JournaHsm 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


John  Joseph  Ambrose 

Marian  Louise  Baker 

Bernadine  Olive  Baumann 

Barbara  Bell 

Justice  Leffel  Bender 

William  Stanley  Bercher 

Charles  William  Bidwell 

Perry  Wright  Blain 

Knox  Bourne 

Helen  Therese  Burglund 

Bryce  William  Burke 

Ines  Caudera 

Paula  Jane  Chattin 

Robert  AIichael  Clancy 

Raymond  Charles  Claydon 

Michael  John  Connolly,  with  Honors 

Sheila  Jane  Crooke 

Frederick  Lyon  Dalton 

Charles  Lohmann  Dancey 

Ned  Thomas  Davis 

Barbara  Diehl,  with  Honors 

James  Edwin  Dix 

Perry  Van  Ewing,  Jr. 

Nelio  Anthony  Florio 

Grace  Marion  Gatewood,  with 

Honors 
Nell  Randall  Gere 
Helen  Maxine  Gladding,  with 

Honors 
Shirley  Lillian  Goodman,  with 

Honors 
AL^RY  Jane  Grimmett 
Marie  Caroline  Henkel 
Flora  Lydia  Hoerr 
Kenneth  Baker  Horning 
Marian  Burns  Johnson,  with  High 

Honors 


In  Journalism 

Marjorie  Idella  Johnson 

John  William  Knight 

James  Hooker  Knowles 

Joseph  John  Kowalski 

Paul  Julian  Larson 

Georgian  LaBelle  Lawrence 

John  Fonrose  Lawson 

Robert  Charles  Leas 

John  Gilmer  Lessee 

Richard  Andrew  Lincicome 

John  Arnold  Mabley 

Jean  Elizabeth  Mann,  with  Honors 

Jack  Franklin  Mark 

Virginia  Ruth  Mayer 

Louie  Cherrington  McKean,  Jr. 

Elsie  Margaret  Mitchell 

Ruth  Morris 

Earl  Com  stock  Moss,  Jr. 

Frank  Joseph  Mueller 

John  Nicholas  Mullins 

Lorraine  Murphy 

Grover  Urades  Nash 

Paul  Robert  Nelson 

Margaret  Marie  Oldham 

Robert  Warren  Olson 

Eileen  May  Peters 

Fanny  Gale  Pierson 

Alice  Lucile  Pitts 

Marion  John  Podraza 

Frederic  Arthur  Pruett 

Martha  Lou  Purviance 

Maxine  Valerie  Rabe 

Anton  Remenih,  Jr. 

Mary-Jane  Ryan 

Howard  Tillman  Sanstadt 

Ruth  Scheffer 


Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  i^,  1938 


35 


Teax  Erma  Schiffner 

Martin  Ferdinand  Schmitt,  with 

Honors 
Grover  Edward  Shipton 
Rosemary  Steuber 
Robert  Earl  Stoutenborough 
Roy  Wilson  Taylor,  with  Honors 
John  Francis  Tracy 
Edwina  Rose  \'irgil 
Shirley  Ruth  Wallace 


Robert  Edward  Walton 
Jane  Katherine  Webber 
Georgene  Weber 
Helen  Rae  Wessels 
Karine  Elizabeth  Westerholm 
Ann  Louise  Wettengel 
William  Anthony  Whitehouse 
Norman  Winer 
Virginia  Kay  Wolff 
Frederick  Conrad  Wright 


The  School  of  Physical  Education 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Physical  Education 


Genevieve  Lorraine  Anderson 

Harriet  Edith  Bailey 

^L^RGUERiTE  Dolores  Begnoche,  with 

Honors 
Frank  Ellwood  Bell,  Jr. 
William  Fr-^nklin  Bennis 
Thomas  Peter  Bouzeos 
Lee  Carey 

Leland  Orville  Dollahon 
Saxon  Virginia  Eldridge 
Harby  Emerson  Gaines 
Raymond  Edgar  Harms 
Robert  Korsgaard 
Charles  Robert  Kovacic 


Neil  AIorton  Lance 
Marion  Loyola  I^IcKenzie 
Mary  Kathryn  Morris 
AIargaret  Alice  Olsen 
Catherine  Louise  Putnam 
AIarion  Dale  Reeder 
Lynn  W.  Renne 
Mary  Ann  Simon 
Sarah  Isabell  Simpson 
Adolph  Jerome  Stefani 
John  Strell 
Harriet  Watts 
Rosa  Elmyra  Whitlock 


The  Library  School 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Library  Science 

Irene  Louise  Anderson,  A.B.,  Drake  University,  1935 

Augusta  Gerault  Beatty,  A.B.,  Mississippi  State  College  for  Women,  1931 

Charles  John  Boorkman,  Jr.,  A.B.,  1933 

Jean  Renning  Brand,  B.S.,  1937 

Amie  Alice  Burnham,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1935 

^Largaret  May  Caffall,  A.B.,  Washington  University,  1920,  with  High  Honors 

Gilbert  Lewis  Campbell,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1937 

Paul  Tsing  Hsien  Chen,  A.B.,  University  of  Nanking,  1926 

Mary  Edna  Colby,  A.B.,  1937 

Ruth  Grossman,  A.B.,  Michigan  State  College,  1936,  with  High  Honors 

Romaine  Ruth  Damaske,  A.B.,  University  of  North  Dakota,  1937 

Estrilla  Myrtle  Daniels,  B.S.,  Bowling  Green  State  College,  1929 

Laura  Beth  D.^vis,  B.S.,  Central  College  (Fayette,  Alissouri),  1931,  with  High 

Honors 
Velma  Nona  Disbrow,  B.S.,  Iowa  State  College,  1931,  with  Honors 
Elizabeth  Joan  Ebright,  A.B.,  Baker  University,   1933 ;   A.M.,  University  of 

Kansas,  1936;  with  Honors 
Herberta  Louise  Faithorn,  A.B.,  San  Francisco  State  Teachers  College,  1936, 

with  Honors 
Vlasta  Barbar.^  Feres,  A.B.,  1937 

Mary  Evalan  Fischer,  A.B.,  Western  College  (Oxford,  Ohio),  1936 
Mildred  Marie  Forney.  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1937 


36  Candidates  for  Degrees,  June  /j,  ipjS 

Edwin  Irwin  Friedman,  B.S.,  Northwestern  University,  1935 

Marjorie  Glass,  A.B.,  Doane  College,  1937 

Bernita  Jane  Golly,  B.S.,  Northwestern  University,  1936 

Anita  J.  Gorius,  B.S.,  Xavier  University,  1933 

Dorothy  May  Green,  A.B.,  Hiram  College,  1928;  A.M.,  Ohio  State  University, 

1933 
Dorothy  Marie  Hagen,  A.B.,  Washington  University,  1935 
Madlyn  Emily  Hayward,  A.B.,  A.M.,  Washington  University,   1935,   1936 
Herbert  Rossborough  Hearsey,  B.S.,  Ed.M.,  Tufts  College,  1934,  1935 
David  Glenn  Hilts,  A.B.,  Union  College,  1922;  A.M.,  University  of  Nebraska, 

1931 ;  with  Honors 
Bertha  E.  Hughes,  B.S.,  State  University  of  Iowa.  1931 
Marian  Madie  Iwert,  B.S.,  State  University  of  Iowa,  1936 
Marie  Frances  PCelly,  A.B.,  State  University  of  Iowa,  1933 
Marion  Margaret  Koch,  A.B.,  Washington  University,  1937 
Hanna  Elsa  Krueger,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1928 
Merry  Joy  Lamb,  A.B.,  Asbury  College,  1936 
Mary  LaRue,  A.B.,  Illinois  Woman's  College,  1920 
Nancy  Louise  Leach,  A.B.,  1935 
Gladys  Lucille  Leaman,  A.B.,  1937 

Frances  Ruth  Metcalf,  A.B.,  University  of  Tennessee,  1936 
Mary  Lucille  Moore,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1937 
Doris  Louise  Morrow,  A.B.,  1931 

Virginia  Isabel  Nichols,  A.B.,  MacMurray  College,  1937 
Catherine  Robinson  Ogden,  A.B.,  University  of  Tennessee,  1935 
Dorothy  Elna  Parrish,  A.B.,  Mississippi  State  College  for  Women,  1933 
Harrietts  Peteet,  A.B.,  H.  Sophie  Newcomb  Memorial  College,  1936 
Wanda  Claire  Pringle,  A.B.,  1937 
June  Maxine  Rehfield,  A. A.,  Stephens  College,  1932;  A.B.,  Drake  University, 

1935 
Virginia  Barmore  Richey,  A.B.,  Duke  University,  1937 
Mary  Eilleen  Roberts,  B.S.,  Kansas  State  College  of  Agriculture  and  Applied 

Science,  1930 
Felicia  Mary  Ryan,  A.B.,  Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1933,  with  Honors 
Thelma  Charlotte  Schuler,  A.B.,  Butler  University,  1929 
Dorothy  Elinor  Scott,  A.B.,  University  of  Kansas,  1930 

Esther  IVIarian  Shubert,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1937 
Louise  Marian  Smith,  B.S.,  Knox  College,  1927 
Marjorie  Durling  Smith,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1937 
Felix  Eugene  Snider,  B.S.,  Southeast  Missouri   State  Teachers  College,   1930, 

with  High  Honors 
Kathryn  Thelma  Sowers,  A.B.,  University  of  Akron,  1937 
Ruth  Spalding,  A.B.,  Mary  Hardin-Baylor  College,  1926 
Eleanor  Agnes  Stahl,  A.B.,  Carthage  College,  1937 
Margaret  Lillian  Steiner,  A.B.,  Willamette  University,   1931 
Mary  Carolina  Stokes,  A.B.,  Sweet  Briar  College,  1936 
Lottie-May  Straka,  A.B.,  University  of  Cincinnati,  1937 
Naomi  Eileen  Stuff,  A.B.,  University  of  Cincinnati,  1937 
Lola  Mae  Tallmadge,  A.B.,  Aurora  College,  1929 
Nancy  Beuhring  Taylor,  A.B.,  Marshall  College,  1937 
Josephine  Mathews  Tharpe,  A.B.,  Florida  State  College  for  Women,  1931,  with 

High  Honors 
Betty  Louise  Thomas,  A.B.,  1936 
Harold  Walton  Tucker,  A.B.,  Rice  Institute,  1936 
Hazel  Anna  Walz,  B.S.,  Northwestern  University,  1936,  with  Honors 
Else  Marie  Wild,  A.B.,  University  of  Michigan,  1937 
Mildred  Margaret  Wood,  A.B.,  Lake  Forest  College,  1928 
Pauline  Woodson,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1936 
Evelyn  Grace  Young,  A.B.,  University  of  Kansas  City,  1937 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago 
June  10,  1938 


The  College  of  Medicine 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Medicine 


^IiTRY  Peter  Ajalat 

Lendall  Dee  Archer 

Julius  Nathaniel  Bell 

Bruxon  Bielinski,  A.B.,  University 
of  Miami,  1930;  B.S.,  Lewis  In- 
stitute, 1932 

Arnold  Black,  with  Honors 

Robert  Seeley  Bleier 

Clinton  Spencer  Bond 

Edward  John   Brophy 

George  Robert  Chobot 

William  Lasselle  Cochrane 

Wilbur  Randolph  Cohlan 

Arnold  Louis  Cohn,  with  Honors 

^L\x  Helix  Cutler 

ALA.RVIN   Edward   Eckberg,   B.Ed., 

Northern    Ilhnois    State    Teachers 
College,  1936 

Leonard  Harold  Favus 

Milton  Feinberg,  with  High  Honors 

Edward  George  Feldman,  with 
Honors 

Nemo  Dexter  Gaines,  B.Ed.,  Southern 
Illinois    State    Normal   University, 

1935 
Walter  G.a.ines,  with  Honors 
Lawrence  Ogden  Goodman 
Ferdinand  Gorecki 
Foster  Ellsworth  Gossard 
Ernst  August  Griep 
Eugenia   Eleanor  Gurskis 
Harold  Frank  Hailman,  with  High 

Honors 
RowiNE  M.\E  Hayes 
Walter  George  Haynes 
Jack  S.  Heimovitz,  with  Honors 
Edgar  O.  Hughes 

Edward  John  Jaruszewski,  B.S.,  1936 
Grant  Trempe  Johnson 
Harve  William  Jourdan,  Jr.,  with 

High  Honors 
Marvin   Stanley  Kagen 
Lester  Kanter 
Karlton  Hubert  Kemp 
Theodore  Kiersch 
Virginia  Kipke,  with  High  Honors 
John  William  Koenig 


Earl  Hilmer  Koepke 

Elwood  Franklin  Kortemeier 

Sam  Kruger 

Paul  Lilja  Lane,  D.D.S.,  University 

of  Minnesota,  1923 
Shirley  William  Lane 
Arnold  Harold  Leavitt,  A.B.,  1937 
Louis  Lemberg 
Carleton  Walter  Leverenz,  Ph.G., 

1925 
Frank  Michael  Lhotka 
Arthur  Manning  Lindsay 
Sidney  Samuel  Litow 
Rocco  Vincent  Lobraico,  Jr. 
Robert  William  Loeffler 
Samuel  Sebastian  Lombardo 
Montie  Magree 
Charles  Wendell  Malsbury,  A.B., 

Illinois  College,  1936 
Stanley  Joseph  Mankowski 
Charles  Joseph  Marino 
Sidney  Marks,  with  Honors 
Irving  Allen  Matzner 
Walter  Mau 

George  Bradley  McNeely,  Jr. 
Benjamin   Samuel   Meyer,  Ph.B., 

University  of   Chicago,   1936, 

with  High  Honors 
George  Edward  Morgan 
Stephen  Daniel  A'Iosny,  Jr. 
Harold  Robert  Oberhill 
Robert  Porter  O'Donnell 
Thomas  Walker  O'Kane 
Seymour  Sidney  Pastron 
Roy  Lee  Patterson 
Harold  Morris  Perlmutter,  with 

Honors 
James  Donald  Pierce 
Theodore  Zane  Policandriotes 
Seymour  Lester  Pollack 
Louis  Robert  Prucher 
Arthur  Bernard  Pyterek 
Eleanore  Aleen  Reidell 
Joseph  Maurice  Robbins 
Bernice  Shirley  Rosen 
Robert  Emerson  Ryde 
Bernard  J.  Schaffer 


37 


38 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago,  June  lo,  1Q38 


Louis  Schwartz 

Wendell  Paul  Scott 

Arthur  Joseph  Shapiro 

Joseph  T.  Shulruff 

Morris  Siegel 

Morton  Simons 

Gordon  Gaskill  Snider 

John  Paul  Spomer 

Theodore  Robert  Stevens 

Lawrence  LeRoy  Swan 

Hyman  Tavris 

Justus  Earl  Taylor,  Jr. 

Ernest  Look  Thompson 

Robert  Harold  Tinker 

Gertrude  Rita  Torczynski 

Lois  Helena  Visscher,  with  Honors 

George  Norman  Waniata,  B.S., 

Armour   Institute   of   Technology, 

1931 


Harvey  Charles  Waters 

Max  Edwin  Webber 

Jack  Weinberg,  M.D.,  1937 

Albert  Robert  Weinglass,  with  High 

Honors 
Eugene  Weiss,  with  Honors 
Manuel  Bertrand  Weiss 
Harvey  White 
Jane  Ruth  Winer 
Joseph  Albert  Wloczewski,  Jr. 
Gilbert  Lawrence  Wright 
Bernard  Yaffe 
Theodore  Clarence  Zeman,  Ph.C, 

1934 
Nathan  Zimmerman 
Mitchell  Zweig 


The  Certificate  in  Medicine 


Edmund  Roy  Adler,  B.S.,  1936 
Meyer  Stanley  Albin 
Clifford  Worden  Atherton 
Jack  Mark  Bailis,  B.S.,  1937 
John  William  Ballou,  B.S.,  1938 
Harry  E.  Barnett,  B.S.,  1936 
Wilbur  Whittler  Baumgartner,  B.S., 

University  of  Chicago,  1933 
Raymond  Emanuel  Benson,  B.S.,  1937 
Samuel  Berger,  B.S.,  1936 
Ralph  Carl  Berkelhamer,  B.S.,  1936 
Mark  Bernstone,  B.S.,  1936 
George  Charles  Blaha,  B.S.,  Notre 

Dame  University,  1934 
Clinton  Spencer  Bond 
John  August  Bowman,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1936 
Jack  E.  Brooks,  B.S.,  1936 
Paul  Hart  Brown,  B.S.,  Wheaton 

College,  1934 
George  Whitham  Carlin,  A.B.,  B.S., 

1935,  1936 
Horace  Pearse  Christian,  B.S.,  1937 
Robert  Elmer  Cohenour,  B.S.,  1936 
Arnold  Melvin  Cohn,  B.S.,  1937 
Philip  Edward  Cohn 
Bernard  L  Coopersmith,  B.S.,  1936, 

with  Honors 
Patrick  Thomas  Dolan,  Jr.,  B.S., 

1936 
Edmund  Roche  Donoghue,  B.S.,  1936 
Victor  Murphy  Dorris,  B.S.,  1936 
DeSales  Guillaume  DuVigneaud, 

B.S.,  1936 
Harold  Einhorn 

Alfred  Bernard  Falk,  B.S.,  1936 
Robert  Alan  Fantus,  B.S.,  1936 
Edward  George  Feldman 
Leah  Fisher,  B.S.,  1936 


Edmund   Arthur  Flexman,  A.B., 

Carthage  College,  193 1 
Richard   George  Fort,   B.S.,   1936 
Isadore  Friedman,   B.S.,   1936 
Jack  Friedman,  B.S.,  1936 
Leonard  David  Friedman,  B.S.,  1936 
Rose  Fromm,  B.S.,  1936 
Richard  Lawrence  Fruin,  B.S.,   1936 
Samuel  Theodore  Gerber,  B.S.,  1936 
George  Augustine  Coder,  B.S.,  1936 
Robert   Maurice   Goldstein,    Ph.B., 

University  of  Chicago,  1932 
Ralph  Gradman,  B.S.,  1936,  with 

Honors 
Adeline  S.  Greenberg,  B.S.,  1936 
Gus  Devatenos  Gregory 
Marvin  Grubman,  B.S.,  1936,  with 

Honors 
Emil  Gutman,  B.S.,  Battle  Creek 

College,  1933 
Dominic  Joseph  Haftkowski,   B.S., 

1936 
Earl  Douglas  Hamilton,  B.S.,  1936 
Irving  Handwerger,  B.S.,   1936 
Martin  Franklin  Hanson,  B.S.,  1936 
Robert  Dean  Hart,  B.S.,  1937 
Jack  Tilden  Haskins,  B.S.,  1936 
James  Charles  Havranek,  B.S.,  1936 
Rowine  Mae  Hayes 
Walter  George  Haynes 
Loring  Smith  Helfrich,  B.S.,  Knox 

College,  1932 
Cecilia  Marian  Hellrung,  A.B.,  1935 
Harold  Herron,  B.S.,  1936 
Milton  Herzberg,  B.S.,  1936 
Louis  Joseph  Hlavacek,  B.S.,  Lewis 

Institute,   1930 
Moris  Horwitz,  B.S.,  1936 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago,  June  lo,  IQ^8 


39 


Wayne  Cox  Howard,  B.S.,  1934 

Edward  Pace  Irons 

Robert  Joseph  Jensik,  B.S.,  1936, 

with  Honors 
Herman  Toffe,  B.S.,  1936 
Jerome  Kaiser,  B.S.,  1936 
Karlton  H Libert  Kemp 

WlLLARD    Z.    KeRMAN,    B.S.,    I936 

Max  Edward  Klein,  B.S.,  1937 

Meyer  Kruglick,  B.S.,  1936 

Edward  Howard  Lambert,  B.S.,  1936, 

with  High  Honors 
Louis  Sanford  Lapid,  B.S.,   1936 
Sydney  Alexander  Lerner,  B.S.,  1936 
Carleton  Walter  Leverenz,  Ph.G., 

1925 
Jack  Levin,  B.S.,  1937 
Jerome  Jack  Lubin,  B.S.,  1936 
Louis  ^Ialow,  B.S.,  1936 
Gerald  Joseph  Menaker,  B.S.,  1936 
Russell  John  AIerret 
Ben'Jamin   Samltel  IMeyer,  Ph.B., 

L'niversitj'  of  Chicago,   1931,  with 

Honors 
Herbert  Samuel  AIiller,  B.S.,  1936 
Bernard  Edward  Moisant,  B.S.,  1936 
George  Ensley  Moore,  A.B.,  Illinois 

College,  1934;  B.S.,  1936 
George  Edward  AIorgan 
Edward  Joseph  Nagoda,  B.S.,  1938 
Harry  DeWitt  Nesmith,  B.S.,  1937 
Henry  Joseph  Nowak,  B.S.,  Lewis 

Institute,  1934 
John  William  O'Connor 
Stanley  William  Olson,   B.S., 

Wheaton  College,  1934,  with  High 

Honors 
George  Joseph  O'Neil 
Maurice  David  Pearlman,  B.S.,  1936, 

with  Honors 
Wesley  Eugene  Peltzer,  B.S.,  1937 
Clifford  Henry  Peters,  B.S.,  1937 
Lawrence  William  Peterson,  B.S., 

1936 
Antonie  Shirley  Petkus,  B.S.,  1937 
Harry  Nick  Petrakos,  B.S.,  1936 
William  Nelson  Piper,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1936 
Kenneth  Lewis  Pistorius,  B.S.,  1936 
Franklin  Fred  Premuda,  A.B.,  1931 
Louis  Robert  Prucher 
John  Compton  Purvey 
William  Henry  Requarth 
Marion  Masters  Ricketts,  Jr.,  B.S., 

1936 


Morris  M.  Rosenthal,  B.S.,  1936 
Harold  Jerome  Rothenberg,  B.S.,  1936 
Oscar  Rushakoff,  B.S.,  1936 
Robert  Emerson  Ryde 
Andrew  A.  Sandor,  B.S.,  University 

of  Chicago,  1934 
William  Farthing  Sargent 
Bernard  J.  Schaffer 
Merle  Harold  Schwartz,  A.  B., 

Bluffton  College,   1933 
John  Wesley  Sheagren,  B.S.,  1936 
Myer  Shulman 
Frederick  Gleadall  Simpson,  B.S., 

1936 
Fannie  Finkelstein  Skolnik,  B.S., 

1936,  with  Honors 
Lester  Lawrence  Smith,  A.B., 

Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1934 
Milton  Jerome  Sneider,  B.S.,  1936 
Samuel  B.  Spira,  B.S.,  1935 
Henry  Fred  Steinbock,  B.S.,  1936 
Joseph  Francis  Steininger,  B.S.,  1936 
Charles  Henry   Stubenrauch,  Jr., 

B.S.,  1936,  with  High  Honors 
Albert  Frederick  Roy  Swatek,  B.S., 

1936 
Caesar  Sweitzer,  B.S.,  Northwestern 

University,  1931 
Sydney  William  Tauber,  B.S.,  1936 
Jack  Taylor 

Sidney  Merrill  Tepper,  B.S.,  1936 
Annette  Viola  Tesarik,  B.S.,  1936 
John  Vernon  Thompson,  B.S.,  1936 
George  Frederick  von  Asch,  B.S., 

1936,  with  Honors 
Merrill  Weinert  Wagner 
John  Keay  Wallace,  II,  B.S.,  1936 
Jacob  Walter,  B.S.,  1936 
Arnold  Harris  Warshell,  B.S.,  1936 
Benjamin  Abra  Weinberg,  B.S.,  1936 
Roy  Cyril  Weinstein,  B.S.,  1936 
Jerome  Weintraub 
Charles  Gilbert  Weissman,  B.S., 

1936 
George  Joseph  Wienman,  B.S.,  1936 
Fred  Miller  Williams,  B.S.,  1936 
Irwin  Fox  Williger,  B.S.,  1936 
ScoTTiE  Jackson  Wilson,  B.S.,  1934 
Kenneth  John  Winters,   A.B., 

University  of  Dubuque,  1934 
Bernard  Yaffe 
Warren  Ashley  Yemm,  B.S.,  1936 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Medicine 


Frederick  Le  Roy  Eagleston,  Jr., 

B.S.,  1937 
Alfred  Stuart  Ehrlich,  B.S.,  1936 


Robert  Clarence  Hecker,  B.S.,  1936 

Nicholas  Victor  Iuppa 

Frank  Louis  Jedlicka,  B.S.,  1936 


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Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago,  June  lo,  ipj8 


Roy  Lee  Patterson 
Henry  Ricewasser,  A.B.,  B.S.,  1934, 
1936 


George  Norman  Waniata,  B.S., 

Armour   Institute   of   Technology, 
193 1 


The  College  of  Dentistry 
The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Dentistry 


George  Paul  Branscum 
Vernon  Thomas  Deutschman 
George  Walter  Dittmar,  Jr.,  A.B., 

Dartmouth  College,  1936 
Milton  Goldsmith 
William  M.  Gray 
Wayne  Stanley  Grissom 
Charles  George  Maurice 
Mitchell  Joseph  Nowak 


John  Patella 

Jack  Rosen 

Henry  Schnitman,  A.B.,  New  York 

University,  1937 
Henry  Harold  Seifer 
Daniel  H.  Spector 
Kenneth  Clinton  Washburn 
Morris  Weingarten 


The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Dental  Surgery 


Elliott  William  Alpern,  B.S.,  1936 
Paul  Bostian,  A.B.,  North  Central 

College,  1934 
Russell  Lawrence  Carter,  B.S.,  1936 
Andrew  B.  Cohen,  B.S.,  1936 
Milton  Baer  Engel,  with  Honors 
Perry  Erlitz 
Stanley  J.  Flachner,  A.B.,  Catawba 

College,  1934;  B.S.,  1936 
Paul  Gechman,  B.S.,   1936 
William  Joseph  Gibbs,  B.S.,  1937 
Salvatore  Griffo,  B.S.,   1937 
Walter  Hoeksema 
Harry  Alex  Karczewski,  B.S.,  1936 


Nathan  Sydney  Knoll,  B.S.,  College 

of  the  City  of  New  York,  1933 
Henry  Harold  Leib,  B.S.,  1936 
Louis  Levine,  A.B.,  New  York 

University,  1934 
Alfred  Nelson  Mortensen 
Edward  Harry  Ragan,  B.S.,  1936 
Robert  Roy  Rubin,  B.S.,  1936 
Clarence  L.  Schneider,  B.S.,  1936 
Daniel  H.  Spector 
Harry  Spodak,  B.S.,  1936 
Harvey  Allen  Tanner,  B.S.,  1936 
AIoRRis  Weingarten 
Philip  Wesoke,  B.S.,  1936 
Jack  Ziment,  13. S.,   1936 


The  College  of  Pharmacy 
The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 


In  Pharmacy 


Henry  Becker 

Martin  Begun,  with  Honors 

John  Angelo  Boffa 

Habry  G.  Brown 

Harry  James  Connors 

Edward  John  Damer 

Dave  Finkel 

Robert  Frank  Fitzgerald 

Samuel  Joseph  Fredson 

Alvin  Joseph  Frosh 

Herbert  Robert  Ginsburg,  with 

Honors 
David  Orland  Hamilton,  B.S., 

Monmouth    College,    1934 
Marshall  Vaughn  Hart 


Joseph  Benedict  Jancauskas,  Jr., 

with  High  Honors 
Stephany  Lucille  Kanapackis 
Benjamin  J.  Kaplan 
Herman  Katz 
Walter  Andrew  Kopec 
Alphonse  Joseph  Koval 
Victor  Yngve  Lindblade 
Elton  Mather 
Joseph  John  Mazonas 
Henry  Newland 
Adeline  Niedly 
Adalbert  Joseph  Pleshar 
Martha  Helen  Pruszynski,  with 

Honors 


Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago,  June  lo,  ig^S 4i_ 

Marie  Emily  Raispis  Isabella  Antoinette  Vaisvil 

Henry  Joseph  Romanski  Sidney  Harold  Veaco,  Jr.,  with 

Frank  Michael  Sagona  Honors 

Alfred  Daniel  Schiff  Vernon    Francis   Warhanik 

HvMAN  Shipkin  Philip  Warsaw 

Sister  Mary  Carl  Marty,  with  Woodrow  Wilson  Webb 

Honors  Frank  Widen 

George  Skembare  Isadore  Jack  Yablonsky,  with  Honors 

Udi  Joseph  Sloan  Charles  Yallof 

Ralph  Dale  Sparks  Sidney  H.  Zeitlin 
Henry  Suss 

The  Graduate  School 

The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 

In  Pharmacology 

Virgil  Arnett  Gant,  B.S.,  ]\I.S.,  1921,  1932.    Lead  poisoning  in  human  beings. 
Roy  Kenneth  Snyder,  B.S.,  M.S.,  B.S.,   1929,   1934,   1935.    The  chemistry  and 
pharmacology  of  the  sohible  constituents  o£  ampul  glass. 

In  Physiological  Chemistry 
Cecil  Claude  Harvey,  B.S.,  University  of  Louisville,   1929;    M.S.,  University 
of  Chicago,  1931.    The  effect  of  intravenous  injection  of  crystallized  squash 
seed  globulin  on  the  excretion  of  the  squash  seed  globulin  and  blood  pro- 
teins in  the  urine. 

In  Psychology 

Ralph  Phillip  Darling,  A.B.,  A.jNL,  1932,   1933.    Autonomic  action  in  relation 
to  personality  traits  of  children  in  a  behavior  clinic. 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Psychology 
Elsa  Hortense  Romyn  Barber,  A.B.,  University  of  South  Africa,  1921 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Bacteriology 

Mary  Louise  Brown,  A.B.,  1935 

John  Wesley  Elam,  Jr.,  B.S.,  Lewis  Institute,  1934;  B.S.,  1937 

In  Dental  Pathology  and  Therapeutics 
Marshall  Frederick  Grunwald,  B.S.,  D.D.S.,  1933,  1935 

In  Medicine 

Robert  Joseph  Jensik,  B.S.,  1936 

Robert  Alister  McGuigan,  B.S.,  Northwestern  University,  1932;  M.D.,  McGill 

University,  1937 
]\L.\URiCE  D.-\vid  Pearlman,  B.S.,  1936 

In  Orthodontia 
Wade  Richard  Plater,  D.D.S.,  1924 


42  Degrees  Conferred  in  Chicago,  June  lo,  ip^8 

In  Orthopaedics 
Claude  Needham  Lambert,  A.B.,  University  of  Utah,   1924;   M.D.,  University 
of  Chicago,  1928 

In  Pathology 

BuDD   Clarke  Corbus,  Jr.,  A.B.,  University  of  Wisconsin,   1929;   B.M.,   M.D., 
Louisiana  State  University,  1936,  1937 

In  Pediatrics 
Charles  Henry  Stubenrauch,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1936 

In  Pharmacology 
LoRiNG  Smith  Helfrich,  B.S.,  Knox  College,  1932 

In  Physiological  Chemistry 
Edward  Charles  Wach,  Ph.G.,  D.D.S.,  1917,  1923 

In  Physiology 
Edward  Howard  Lambert,  B.S.,  1936 

In  Psychiatry 
Israel  Ronald  Sonenthal,  B.S.,  M.D.,  Northwestern  University,  1932,  1935 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  the  Last 
Commencement 


Conferred  in  August  and  October,  1937, 
and  in  February,  ips8 


The  Graduate  School 

The  Degree  of  Doctor  of  Philosophy 
Conferred  in  February,  ig^S 

In  Botany 
Cornelius  Herman  Muller,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Texas,  1932,  1933.    Re- 
lations of  the  vegetation  and  climatic  types  in  Nuevo  Leon,  Mexico. 

In  Chemistry 
Howard   Charles   Black,   A.B.,   DePauw  University,    1934;   A.M.,   1935.    The 

metabolic  significance  of  histidine  and  arginine. 
Ben  Thoburn  Briggs,  A.B.,  Willamette  University,  1934.    The  reaction  between 

atomic  oxygen  and  nitric  oxide. 
John  Charles  Cowan,  A.B.,  1934.    I.    Reactions  of  gamma-bromopropylamines. 

n.    Structure  of  vinyl  polymers. 
Siegfried    Theodore    Gross,    A.B.,    Colorado    College,    I933 ;    M.S.,    California 

Institute   of   Technology,   1935.    X-ray  studies  of   a  polycomponent   system. 
Robert   Edwin   Henry,   B.S.,   Monmouth   College,    1932;    M.S.,   1934.    The   ap- 
plication of  enzymes  to  the  improvement  of  artichoke  sirup. 
Allene  Rosalind  Jeanes,  A.B.,  Baylor  University,   1928;  A.M.,  University  of 

California,  1929.    The  addition  of  sodium  to  phenanthrene. 
N.    Cyril    Schieltz,    B.Ch.E.,    Marquette    University,    1932.     X-ray    diffraction 

studies  of  lead  compounds  with  special  reference  to  the  lead-acid  storage 

battery. 
Horace  Marion  Tenney,  B.S.,  Greenville  College,   193 1 ;  M.S.,   1935.    A  study 

of  the  surface  ionization  of  potassium. 
Glenn  Edgar  Ullyot,  B.Ch.,  University  of  Minnesota,  1933;  M.S.,  1935-    The 

methylation  of  w-cyanoacetomesitylene. 

In  Classics 
Theodore  Henry  Erck,  A.B.,  A.M.,  University  of  Nebraska,   1930,   1931.    An- 
onymi  Byzantini  peri  Strategikes. 

In  Economics 

Joseph  Ackerman,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1929,  1930.  Factors  influencing  farm  lending  ex- 
perience in  Coles  and  the  six  adjoining  counties,  Illinois,  1917-1933. 

Harry  Weeer  Heckman,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1929;  M.S.,  1932. 
The  changes  in  the  workmen's  compensation  laws  in  the  United  States, 
1930-1936,  and  the  effects  upon  workers. 

Trimble  Raymond  Hedges,  B.S.,  Oklahoma  Agricultural  and  Mechanical  Col- 
lege, 1928;  M.S.,  1933.  Quality-price  relationships  of  cotton  at  local  markets 
in  Oklahoma. 

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44  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

Bruce   Robert   Morris,   A.B.,   Western   Reserve   University,    1931 ;    A.M.,   Ohio 

State   University,    1932.    The    economics    of   the    special    taxation   of    chain 

stores. 
Richards  Clinton  Osborn,  A.B.,  Stanford  University,  1930;  A.M.,  University 

of    Southern    California,    1933.     Developments    in    state    control    of    public 

utilities  since  1930. 
George  Albert  Steiner,  B.S.C,  Temple  University,  1933 ;  A.M.,  University  of 

Pennsylvania,  1934.    The  tax  system  and  industrial  development. 
Merle  Clark  Turney,  B.S.,  M.S.,  1932,  1934.    The  rationalization  of  electricity 

supply  in  the  United  States. 

In  Engineering 

BuRNHAM  William  King,  Jr.,  B.S.,  Carnegie  Institute  of  Technology,  1931 ; 
M.S.,  Ohio  State  University,  1933.   The  opacity  of  sheet  iron  cover  enamels. 

In  English 

Lester  Charles  Dolk,  A.B.,  DePauw  University,  1927 ;  A.M.,  1929.  The 
aesthetics  of  John  Ruskin  in  relation  to  the  aesthetics  of  the  Romantic  Era. 

Marian  Jane  Downey,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1923 ;  A.M.,  1930.  Studies  in 
Charlotte   Bronte. 

Royal  Alfred  Gettmann,  A.B.,  Earlham  College,  1925 ;  A.M.,  Haverford 
College,  1926.   Turgenev  in  England  and  America. 

In  Entomology 

John  Frederick  Alsterlund,  A.B.,  M.S.,  1932,  1934.  Temperature,  humidity 
and  respiratory  metabolism  as  factors  in  the  nicotine  fumigation  of  the 
black  chrysanthemum  aphid. 

In  German 

Uland  Everett  Fehlau,  Graduate,  Concordia  Seminary,  1932;  A.M.,  Indiana 
University,  1934.  Adalbert  Stifter's  Weltanschanimg  as  reflected  by  his 
language. 

Klasine  Elisabeth  von  Westen,  A.B.,  Morningside  College,  1930;  A.M.,  Uni- 
versity of  Nebraska,  1933.    Die  Klage  im  neueren  deutschen  Volkslied. 

In  History 

Martin  Paul  Claussen,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1934,  1935.  The  United  States  and  Great 
Britain,  1861-1865:   Peace  factors  in  international  relations. 

In  Mathematics 

Donald  Meeker  Brown,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1930,  1932.  Arithmetics  of  rational  general- 
ized quaternion  division  algebras. 

Marvin  G.  Moore,  A.B.,  University  of  Arkansas,  1931 ;  A.M.,  1932.  On  ex- 
pansions in  series  of  exponential  functions. 

David  Leon  Netzorg,  A.B.,  University  of  Michigan,  1933;  A.A-I.,  Princeton 
University,  1935.  Mechanical  quadrature  formulas  and  the  distribution  of 
zeros  of  orthogonal  polynomials. 

Robert  Weir  Rempfer,  A.B.,  University  of  South  Dakota,  1933;  A.M.,  North- 
western University,  1934.  Space  Cremona  groups  of  transformations  of 
planar  type. 

In  Psychology 

Charles  Heath  Bumstead,  A.B.,  A.M.,  1932,  1933.  Annoyances  as  determi- 
nants of  buying  behavior  in  the  case  of  automobiles. 

In  Romance  Languages 

John  Herbert  Utley,  A.B.,  Indiana  University,  1926;  A.M.,  1931.  Jeronimo 
de  Alcala  Yanez  y  Rivera:  Alonso,  Mozo  de  muchos  amos.  A  critical 
edition. 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  45 

In  Zoology 

Harland  Burr  Roney,  B.S.,  1933.  The  effect  of  temperature  and  light  on  oxygen 
consumption  and  rate  of  development  of  Helisoma. 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts 

In  Accountancy 
George  Meehax  Hittler,  A.B.,  Hanover  College,   1926   (October) 

In  Botany 

Phoebe  Johnson  Arden,  A.B.,  1936   (February) 

William  Everett  Cunningham,  B.S.,  University  of  Chicago,  1934  (August) 

Flossie  Thelma  AIarshall,  A.B.,  1929   (February) 

In  Chemistry 

Charles  Lolts  Binder,  A.B.,  Elmhurst  College,  1925  (August) 
Lyle  Benjamin  Borst,  A.B.,  1936  (August) 

In  Classics 

Robert    Earl    Trobaugh,    B.Ed.,    Southern    Illinois    State    Normal    University, 

1931  (August) 

In  Economics 

Robert  Harold  Classon,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930  (October) 

Peter  Masiko,  Jr.,  A.B.,  Lehigh  University,  1936  (August) 

Charles  William  Morris,  A.B.,  1935  (August) 

John  Reid  Taylor,  A.B.,  West  Virginia  University,  1936   (October) 

In  Education 

Frederick  Henry  Abell,  A.B.,  State  University  of  Iowa,  1929  (October) 

Lillian  Viola  Arends,  B.S.,  1925  (August) 

Melvin  Charles  Baker,  A.B.,  1932  (August) 

Gladys  Fern  Bane,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1925   (October) 

Carl  William  Baylor,  B.S.,  1933  (October) 

Charles  John  Bednar,  A.B.,  Knox  College,  1929  (August) 

Gertrud  Agnes  Biedermann,  A.B.,  Carthage  College,  1922  (February) 

Byron  Pearce  Blackard,  B.Mus.,  1930  (October) 

Anna  Lois  Bottenfield,  A.B.,  1930  (October) 

Edwin  McDonald  Brigham,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1926  (October) 

Vernon   Edward  Broadhead,   B.Ed.,  Western   Illinois   State  Teachers   College, 

1932  (February) 

David  Ernest  Brown,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1930  (February) 

Roye   Roosevelt    Bryant,    B.Ed.,    Southern    Illinois    State    Normal    University, 

1930  (August) 
Clara  Edna  Bullock,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1922  (February) 
George  Edward  Burow,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1931   (October) 
Robert   Guy  Buzzard,  B.S.,  M.S.,   University  of   Chicago,   1916,   1917;   Ph.D., 

Clark  University,  1925   (February) 
Cephas  Eugene  Carveth,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  Universitj^  1936  (August) 
Jessie  Mabel  Cline,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1921  (February) 
William  I.  DeWees,  B.S.,  1925  (August) 
Ann    Elizabeth    Driscoll,    B.Ed.,    Eastern    Illinois    State    Teachers    College, 

1930  (October) 
Maurice   Everett   Foreman,   B.Ed.,    Eastern   Illinois   State   Teachers    College, 

1927   (October) 
Arthut?   Cecil   Forster,   B.Ed.,   Eastern    Illinois   State  Teachers   College,    1923 

(August) 


46  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

Robert  Caldwell  Grant,   B.S.,   Bradley  Polytechnic   Institute,    1934    (August) 

Louise  Dorothy  Haack,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1933  (August) 

Jonas  Charles  Hall,  A.B.,  Hanover  College,  1927   (October) 

Charlotte  Anita  Hatch,  B.S.,  1935    (February) 

DwiGHT  Kenneth  Howell,  B.S.,  1929  (October) 

Millard    Hector    Huffman,    B.Ed.,    Illinois    State    Normal    University,    1925 

(February) 
John    Robert    Ivers,    B.Ed.,    Southern    Illinois    State    Normal    University,    1931 

(October) 
Martha  May  James,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1912   (October) 
James  Burris  Johnson,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932 

(August) 
Warren    Donald     Kuster,     B.Ed.,     Illinois     State     Normal    University,     1930 

(October) 
El  VET  Schumard  Lee,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1927    (August) 
A.    Max    Lollar,    B.Ed.,    Southern    Illinois    State    Normal    University,    1927 

(October) 
Arlyn  Marks,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1934  (August) 

Alva  W.  Mead,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932  (October) 
Charlie   Johnson    Moore,   B.Ed.,    Southern    Illinois    State    Normal   University, 

1933   (October) 
Theron  Vasco  Morrison,  A.B.,  Marshall  College,  1929  (August) 
William  Earl  Musick,  B.F.A.,  1938  (February) 
Donald  William  Overbeay,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1932   (October) 
Wayne   Lois   Perry,    B.Ed.,    Southern   Illinois    State    Normal   University,    1932 

(October) 
Lawrence  Wesley  Pierce,  A.B.,  Culver-Stockton  College,  1930  (August) 
Paul  Henderson  Randolph,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 

1928  (October) 
Damon  Dean  Reach,   B.Ed.,   Southern  Illinois   State  Normal  University,   1934 

(August) 
John  T.  Redenius,  A.B.,  Iowa  State  Teachers  College,  1930  (August) 
Orville  Howard  Roll,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1923   (October) 
Charles    Franklin    Romanus,    B.Ed.,    Illinois    State    Normal    University,    1936 

(August) 
Perle  Fredrick  Shafer,  B.S.,  University  of  Iowa,  1926  (October) 
George    Buren    Shive,    B.Ed.,   Western    Illinois    State    Teachers    College,    1928 

(October) 
Gladys  Olivia  Smith,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1928 

(October) 
David   Macaulay   Stroup,   B.Ed.,    Southern   Illinois    State   Normal   University, 

1930   (October) 
Harry    Emil    Test,    B.Ed.,    Western    Illinois    State    Teachers    College,    1929 

(August) 
Robert    Williams,    B.Ed.,    Southern    Illinois    State    Normal    University,    1934 

(August) 
James    P.    Willis,    B.Ed.,    Southern    Illinois    State    Normal    University,    1931 

(August) 
Robert  Louis  Yates,  B.S.,  Culver-Stockton  College,  1927  (October) 
Harold  Kent  Yerkes,  A.B.,  McKendree  College,  1930  (August) 

In  English 

Josephine  Allen,  A.B.,  1929  (August) 

Anita  Hart  Bergren,  A.B.,  Lake  Forest  College,  1926   (October) 
John  Conrad  Bushman,  A.B.,  1936  (October) 
Margaret  Alice  Clark,  A.B.,  Park  College,  1930   (August) 
Nathaniel  H.  Cohen,  A.B.,  1935   (February) 
Arleen  Marie  Green  Fry,  A.B.,  1928   (October) 
Eleanor  Hafer  Hartley,  B.S.,  193 1   (August) 
Dayne  Harrison  Kennedy,  A.B.,  1932  (October) 

Margaret    Elizabeth    Leak,    A.B.,    Central    Normal    College    (Indiana),    1934 
(February) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  47 

Kenneth  Harrison  Lovett,  A.B.,  Wabash  College,  1926  (October) 

Don  Walter  Osborne,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1936  (August) 

Ethel  Alice  Ragland,  A.B.,  1929  (October) 

Jesse  Paul  Reed,  A.B.,  1936  (October) 

Hugh  Williams  Sargent,  A.B.,  Shurtlet?  College,   1936   (October) 

Elver  August  Schroeder,  A.B.,  Elmhurst  College,  1934  (August) 

Dorothy  Helen  Shinoske,  A.B.,  James  Alillikin  University,  1932  (October) 

Sister  Mary  Naomi  Bussey,  A.B.,  University  of  Iowa,   1919   (October) 

Sister  AIary  Xavier  Graham,  A.B.,  Rosary  College,  1927  (October) 

Margaret  Louise  Wixsom,  A.B.,  Indiana  State  Teachers  College,  1935  (October) 

In  Geology  and  Geography 
Emilie  Huck,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1931   (August) 

In  German 

John  Porter  Robertson,  A.B.,  University  of  Pittsburgh,  1934  (October) 
GuENTER    George    Schmalz,    B.Ed.,    Illinois    State    Normal    University,     1935 

(October) 
Marjorie  Elizabeth  Wackerle,  A.B.,  MacMurray  College,  1936   (August) 

In  History 

Dorothy  Marie  Bash,  B.S.,  1929  (October) 

James  Harrison  Cherry,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1932 

(October) 
Grett.\  Lee  Elliott,  B.S.,  1935  (October) 
Patrick    William    Farney,    B.Ed.,    Illinois    State    Normal    University,    1932 

(August) 
Norma  Floyd,  B.S.,  1936  (October) 

Lester  Gail  Gilliem,  A.B.,  Greenville  College,  1933    (August) 
Welker  William  Henderson,  A.B.,  1933  (October) 
Georgene    Elizabeth    Larson,    B.Ed.,    Illinois    State    Normal    University,    1933 

(February) 
Fred  Vincent  Mayhl^e,  B.S.,  1929  (October) 
William  Bruce  AIunson,  A.B.,  1936  (August) 

Margaret  Isabelle  Noble,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1929  (August) 
Ivan  Luther  Rehn,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1935  (October) 
AI.a.cR.\e  Darwin  Shannon,  B.S.,  1933  (October) 

Sister  Mary  Lucia  Gilbertson,  A.B.,  Rosary  College,  1926  (October) 
Frances  Helen  Trost,  A.B.,  1914  (October) 
John  Shup  Wright,  A.B.,  1931   (October) 

G.\iL  Eugenia  Yost,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1926  (October) 
D.\LLAS    M.    Young,    B.Ed.,    Southern    Illinois    State    Normal    University,    1936 

(August) 

In  Library  Science 

Emily    Owen    Garnett,   A.B.,    Texas    Christian    University,    1931 ;    B.S.(Lib.), 

1935  (August) 
Henrietta    Howell,    A.B.,    University    of    Kentucky,    1929;    B.S.(Lib.),    1930 

(October) 
Annabel  Lucile  Smith,  B.S.,  Kansas  State  Teachers  College  (Emporia),  1923; 

B.S.(Lib.),  1931  (February) 
Helen  Stewart,  A.B.,  Grinnell  College,  1915;  B.S.(Lib.),  1928  (October) 
Edla    Charlotte    Wahlin,    A.B.,    Bethany    College,    1913 ;     B.S.(Lib.),    1929 

(August) 
Wayne   Stewart   Yenawine,    B.S.,    Washington   University,    1933;    B.S. (Lib.), 

1934  (February) 

In  Mathematics 

R.A.YM0ND  RoY  Crum,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1936  (August) 

Robert  Oliver  Finley,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1936 
(August) 


48  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

Walter  Arthur  Heath,  A.B.,  1923  (August) 

George  Henry  Johnson,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1930  (August) 

Joseph   Stephen   Kirk,   B.Ed.,   Eastern   Illinois   State   Teachers   College,    1932 

(October) 
Clara    Whitfield    Mason,    B.Ed.,    Illinois     State    Normal    University,     1928 

(October) 
Mardelle  Newsom,  A.B.,  Wheaton  College,  1932  (October) 
Rupert  Maurice  Price,  B.S.,  Eureka  College,  1927   (October) 
Oral  Maye  Robbins,  B.Ed.,  Milwaukee  State  Teachers  College,  1931  (February) 
Clyta  Mary  Schmidt,  A.B.,  MacMurray  College,  1929   (August) 
Muriel  Claire  Shepperd,  A.B.,  Hastings  College,  1914  (October) 
Sister  Mary  Agnella  Gavin,  A.B.,  Rosary  College,  1931    (August) 
Sister  Mary  Alexandree  Christie,  A.B.,  Rosary  College,  1925   (October) 
Sister  Mary  Magdalen  O'Leary,  Ph.B.,  Creighton  University,  1928  (October) 
David   Wright    Starr,    A.B.,    Southern    Methodist   University,    1933    (August) 
Martha    Pauline    Walker,    B.Ed.,    Illinois    State    Normal    University,    1925 

(October) 

In  Philosophy 
Bernice  Brinkema  Ennis,  A.B.,  1936  (February) 

In  Physics 

Emmeth  August  Luebke,  A.B.,  Ripon  College,  1936  (February) 
Herbert  Arnold  Nye,  A.B.,  Allegheny  College,  1936  (February) 
William  Lockwood  Parker,  A.B.,  Reed  College,  1936  (February) 
Raymond  Carl  Westphal,  A.B.,  Ripon  College,  1936  (February) 

In  Political  Science 
Claude  Walton  Blakey,  Jr.,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 

1937  (February) 
Helen  Louise  Collins,  B.S.,  1936  (August) 
Earl  Thomas  Hanson,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932 

(August) 
Arthur  Rudolph  Wildhagen,  B.S.,  1933  (August) 
Chi-tao  Woo,  A.B.,  Fuh  Tan  University,  1936  (February) 
Bak-pang  Young,  LL.B.,  Fuh  Tan  University,  1936  (February) 

In  Psychology 

Julius  Wanser  Hill,  A.B.,  Johnson  C.  Smith  University,  1932  (October) 
Pearl  Rebecca  Miller,  A.B.,  1935  (October) 

In  Romance  Languages 

Thelma  Ruth  Carrell,  A.B.,  Eureka  College,  1935  (August) 

Renato  Ignacio  Rosaldo  y  Hernandez,  A.B.,  1936  (August) 

Edith  Marie  Shuck,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1924  (August) 

Dorothy  Lou  Sprague,  A.B.,  Beloit  College,  1920  (August) 

Eloise  Mills  Spurlock,  B.S.,  1932  (October) 

Hazel  Thornton,  B.S.,  1937   (February) 

Jess  Charles  Vernon  Wagus,  A.B.,  James  Millikin  University,  1933   (August) 

Claire  Louise  Weber,  B.S.,  1936  (August) 

Betty  Louise  Zwolanek,  A.B.,  Rockford  College,  1936  (February) 

In  Sociology 

AuRELio  Eugene  Florio,  B.S.,  1934  (Augiist) 

John    Roy   Leevy,    B.Ed.,    Southern    Illinois    State    Normal    University,    1926; 

B.S.,  A.M.,   1930,  1933    (February) 
Annabelle  Scrogin,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1936  (October) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 49 


In  Zoology 
William  Ernest  DeTurk,  A.B.,  1937  (February) 
Alice  Elinor  Savage,  A.B.,  1924  (October) 
Arnold  Larson  Soderwall,  A.B.,  Linfield  College,  1936  (October) 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Science 

In  Accountancy 

Maxwell  Ben  Cogburn,  B.S.,  University  of  Florida,  1934  (October) 

Raymond  Einhorn,  B.S.,  University  of  Florida,  1935  (October) 

Lyle  Rich  Huff,  B.S.,  1032  (August) 

Harvey  Price  Kesler,  B.S.,  Indiana  State  Teachers  College,  1931   (August) 

KuTE  Liu,  A.B.,  Tsing  Hua  University,  1934  (February) 

Leland  Albert  Meyer,  B.S.,  1929   (October) 

Kenneth  Lee  Smith,  B.S.,  1927  (August) 

William  Edgar  Thomas,  Jr.,  B.S.,  Monmouth  College,  1936  (August) 

Joseph  John  Zborxik,  B.S.,  1933  (October) 

In  Agricultural  Economics 
David  Alvin  Burgoyne,  B.S.,  Utah  State  Agricultural  College,  1919   (October) 
ToHN  Lemley  Liles,  Jr.,  B.S.,  Alabama  Polytechnic  Institute,  1936  (October) 
Paul  Sinclair  McCom.\s,  B.S.,  University  of  Kentucky,  1936  (October) 
WiLFORD  Herman  Rohlfs,  B.S.,  Michigan  State  College,  1932  (October) 
George  Hays  Walter,  B.S.,  1937  (February) 

In  Agronomy 
Sherman  Russell  Dickman,  B.S.,  Pennsylvania  State  College,  1936  (August) 
Irwin  Raymond  Hoener,  B.S.,  1936  (October) 
Robert  Burns  Musgrave,  B.S.,  1936  (February) 

In  Animal  Husbandry  , 

Arthur  Edison  Cullison,  B.S.,  1936  (October) 
Emory  Grant  Holt,  B.S.,  1931   (October) 

In  Architectural  Engineering 
Ting-Tsung  Wang,  B.S.,  Chiao  Tung  University,  1935;  B.S.,  1937   (February) 

In  Bacteriology 

Bernadine  Hagan,  B.S.,  Eureka  College,  1936  (August) 

Thomas  Henry  Lord,  B.S.,  Massachusetts  State  College,  1936  (February) 

Georgia  Pitner,  A.B.,  1936  (August) 

John  Russel  Storey,  A.B.,  Illinois  College,  1930  (October) 

Ernest  Maynard  Weber,  A.B.,  1936  (February) 

In  Botany 
Howard  Joe  Stevenson,  B.S.,  Monmouth  College,  1932  (August) 

In  Chemistry 

Harry  Carroll  Becker,  B.S.,  1936  (August) 

Lawrence  Alvin  Bedford,  B.Ch.E.,  Ohio  State  Universitj',  1935  (February) 

Joseph  Arthur  Bergantz,  B.S.,  University  of  Tennessee,  1934  (October) 

Emil  Frederick  Blase,  B.S.,  1936  (October) 

Deane  Roy  Ebey,  B.S.,  University  of  Denver,  1936  (February) 

Richard  Samut;l  Egly,  B.S.,  Purdue  University,  1936  (February) 

Hamilton  Rodell  Fishback,  B.S.,  1936  (October) 


50  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

Frank  Benjamin  Folckemer,  B.S.,  1936  (February) 

JxjLius  Jacob  Gouza,  B.S.,  University  of  Michigan,  1935  (August) 

Philip  Handler,  B.S.,  College  of  the  City  of  New  York,  1936  (August) 

Howard  Lee  Hartman,  B.S.,  Kansas  State  College,  1936  (February) 

Alan  Unger  Hershey,  B.S.,  New  York  University,  1936  (February) 

Jacob  Kleinberg,  B.S.,  Randolph-AIacon  College,  1934  (October) 

Guy  Sheridan  Krummel,  B.S.,  1929  (August) 

Peter  Charles  Markunas,  B.S.,  Shurtleff  College,  1934  (August) 

John  Arthur  McIlroy,  B.S.,  Indiana  University,  1936  (October) 

Max  Best  Mueller,  A.B.,  1936  (October) 

John  David  Oathout,  B.Ed.,  Western  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,   1935 

(August) 
Frederic  William  Ring,  B.S.,  University  of  Chattanooga,  1936  (October) 
Jay  Ruffner  Schenck,  B.S.,  1936  (August) 
Harry  Hall  Sisler,  B.S.,  Ohio  State  University,  1936  (August) 
Francis  James  Sprules,  A.B.,  University  of  Toronto,  1936  (August) 
Collin  Sherman  Wilcox,  A.B.,  192S  (October) 
John  Macready  Yancey,  B.S.,  McGill  University,  1935  (October) 

In  Civil  Engineering 

Scott  Burkhardt,  B.S.,  Oregon  State  College,  1933  (February) 
Ihsan  Ahmet  Erdal,  B.S.,  Robert  College,  1935  (February) 
TiEA  Shu,  B.S.,  Fuh  Tan  University,  1936  (October) 

In  Dairy  Husbandry 

William  Howard  Brown,  B.S.,  Iowa  State  College,  1935  (October) 
Hiram  Pierson  Smith,  B.S.,  Ohio  State  University,  1936  (October) 
Wilmer  Ray  Smittle,  B.S.,  Kansas  State  College  of  Agriculture  and  Applied 
Science,  1936  (October) 

In  Economics 

Ira  Martin  Hess,  B.S.,  Northern  Normal  and  Industrial  School,  1931  (February) 
Elva  Winifred  Martin,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 

In  Education 

William  Elbridge  Baird,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1935  (August) 
Donald  Hiser  Berst,  B.S.,  Missouri  State  Teachers  College,  1927   (October) 
Zae  Paul  Birkhead,  A.B.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930  (October) 
Floyd  Edward  Brett,  B.S.,  1933  (October) 
John  Oscar  Clemens,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,   1932 

(October) 
Amos  Coleman,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932  (October) 
John  William  Collins,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1930 

(August) 
Glenn  LaCroix  Dare,  B.S.,  1931   (October) 

Thomas  Leo  Dodd,  Sr.,  Ph.B.,  University  of  Chicago,  1932  (August) 
Eugene  Carl  Eckert,  B.Ed.,   Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1932 

(August) 
Ralph  Elder  Elliot,  B.S.,  1927  (February) 
Elmer  Edward  Fischer,  B.S.,  Eureka  College,  1932  (August) 
Alva  Lester  Fry,  B.S.,  1931   (October) 
Clinton  Carson  Green,  B.S.,  1934  (August) 
Clayton  Major  Hadley,  B.S.,  1930  (October) 

Ora  Evans  Harness,  B.S.,  Ball  State  Teachers  College,  1931  (October) 
AusBY  Elmore  Hendy,  B.S.,  1934  (October) 
Vynce  Albert  Hines,  B.S.,  1933  (August) 
Aubrey  James  Holmes,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1935 

(August) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 5£ 


Jesse  Cliffton  Honn,  B.Ed.,  Eastern  Illinois  State  Teachers  College,  1927 

(February) 
Anna  Marie  Hooper,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1927  (August) 
Elmer  A.  Jensen,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1923  (February) 
Adolph  Edward  Katra,  Ph.C,  B.S.,  1930,  1936  (October) 
Augusta  Klontz,  B.S.,  1933  (August) 

William  Albert  Knoop,  Jr.,  B.S.,  Bradley  Polytechnic  Institute,  1929  (August) 
Cecil  Harold  Lanham,  B.S.,  1932,  1935  (October) 
Aaron  Hawthorne  Lauchner,  B.S.,  1934   (August) 

DoRRis  Louise  Lee,  B.Ed.,  Illinois  State  Normal  University,  1935   (October) 
John  Penick  Liggett,  B.S.,  1933  (October) 
Rosalie  Olive  Lilly,  B.S.,  1929  (August) 

Hamilton  Sterling  Littlepage,  B.S.,  Eureka  College,  1924  (October) 
Herbert  Porter  McConnell,  B.S.,  192S  (October) 
Robert  Leaton  2vIcConnell,  B.S.,  1927  (August) 

Paul  Wilbar  McFarland,  B.S.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,   1924    (August) 
Sterling  Lionel  AIoak,  B.S.,  Knox  College,   1929  (October) 
Harry  Edgar  Mueller,  B.S.,  IMcKendree  College,  1926  (October) 
Robert  Raymond  ]\Iurphy,  B.S.,  1933  (August) 
Dwight   Lincoln    Reed,   B.Ed.,    Eastern    Illinois   State   Teachers   College,    1928 

(February) 
James  A.  Schneider,  B.S.,  Eureka  College,  1927  (February) 
Sister  M.  Agnes  Clare  Nolan,  A.B.,  St.  Alary's  College,  1930  (August) 
Albert  Max  Taylor,  B.S.,  1926  (August) 

Omer  Morris  Tobias,  B.S.,  University  of  Missouri,  1921   (August) 
Lewis  Rensselaer  Toll,  B.S.,  1932  (August) 
Amelia  Loretta  Vorndran,  B.S.,  1934  (August) 
John   B.  Wathen,  B.Ed.,   Southern   Illinois   State   Normal   University,   1931 

(August) 
Mervel   Arewine   Willett,   B.Ed.,   Illinois    State    Normal    University,    1934 

(August) 
John  Henry  Windom,  B.S.,  1932  (October) 
Clark  E.  Youmans,  B.S.,  1933  (October) 

In  Electrical  Engineering 
Laurence  Lewis  Smith,  B.S.,  University  of  Nebraska,  1927   (August) 

In  Entomology 
Ruth  Evelyn  Slabaugh,  A.B.,  Manchester  College,  1934  (October) 

In  Geology  and  Geography 
Ralph  Samlt:l  Harris,  B.S.,  1933   (August) 

In  Home  Economics 
Elizabeth  Curts  Kempster,  A.B.,  University  of  Missouri,  1936  (August) 

In  Horticulture 
Irving  Nelson,  B.S.,  1927  (February) 

In  Library  Science 

Clara  Louise  Guthrie,  A.B.,  Hastings  College,  1929;  B.S.(Lib.),  1932 

(February) 
Ernest  Justus  Scheerer,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1926;  B.S.(Lib.),  1930 

(February) 
John  C.\rl  Settelmayer,  A.B.,  University  of  Cincinnati,  1935;  B.S. (Lib.),  1935 

(August) 
Mary  Lyndal  Swofford,  A.B.,  University  of  Oklahoma,  1922;  B.S. (Lib.),  1930 

(August) 


52  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

In  Mathematics 

Ray  Clarence  Gwillim,  B.S.,  Shurtleff  College,  1930  (October) 
Irene  Violet  Sullivan,  B.S.,  1929  (August) 

In  Mining  Engineering 
Charles  Chilton  Boley,  B.S.,  1935  (February) 

In  Physics 

WiLLET  Sidney  Bradley  Dean,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 

1930  (October) 
Everett  Burton  Hales,  A.B.,  Miami  University,  1936  (February) 
Elmer  George  Herman  Kunze,  B.Ed.,  Southern  Illinois  State  Normal  University, 

1929  (August) 
Howard  Frederick  Ott,  B.S.,  Case  School  of  Applied  Science,  1936  (February) 
Frank  Jewell  Willig,  A.B.,  University  of  Montana,  1936  (August) 

In  Psychology 
Harold  Oliver  Gwillim,  B.S.,  Shurtleff  College,  1930  (August) 

In  Theoretical  and  Applied  Mechanics 
Stanley  Douglas  Gralak,  Jr.,  B.S.,  1936  (August) 

In  Zoology 

Margaret   Bernice   Hinshaw,    B.Ed.,    Illinois    State    Normal   University,    1926 

(October) 
David  Richard  Lincicome,  B.S.,  1937  (August) 

Hugo  Lindquist,  A.B.,  Illinois  Wesleyan  University,  1928  (October) 
Mildred  Parizek,  B.S.,  1932  (October) 

Donald  Joseph  Plunkett,  B.S.,  University  of  Notre  Dame,  1929  (October) 
James  Styche  Tucker,  A.B.,  Southeast  Missouri  State  Teachers  College,  1932 

(August) 

The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts 

In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Vincentia  Carmela  Aliotta  Donald  Bernard  Cook  (August) 

(February)  Celeste  Ann  Crist  (February) 

George  Gilbert  Ashwell,  with  Honors  Duane  Austin  Cullinan  (October) 

in  Philosophy  (February)  Muriel  Hollister  Day   (August) 

Eugene  Franklin  Bandy,  Jr.  Dorine  Louise  Diehl  (February) 

(February)  Jack  Wybrant  Durant  (October) 

Doris  Bartelt   (February)  William  Gertus  Ellsberry  (August) 

Robert  Louis  Beer  (February)  Julius  Epstein  (October) 

Erling  Rudolph  Berg   (August)  Virginia  Frances  Anne  Fairfield 
MoE  Bergman  (October)  (August) 

Robert  Richard  Boyle  (February)  Robert  Whitman  Fluegge  (August) 

Robert  David  Brodt  (February)  Virginia  Elizabeth  Foster   (August) 

Herbert  Marshall  Carson  Donald  Wilbert  Franklin  (October) 

(February)  Carl  Vincent  Galaway   (February) 

Margaret  Catherine  Clancy  Olga  Mathilda  Gawlowicz  (August) 

(October)  Gus  Greanias  (February) 

Norman  David  Coggeshall  (October)  William  Philip  Hart,  Jr.   (October) 

Betty  Ann  Coningham   (February)  LeRoy  Wuxley  Hayman   (August) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 


53 


Allan  Ross  Hendricks  (February) 
Edythe  Heyman   (February) 
Francis  Patrick  Higgins  (August) 
Charles  Elmer  Holley,  Jr.,  with 

Honors  in  Chemistry  (August) 
Margaret  Michaele  Johns,  with 

High  Honors  in  Political  Science 

(February) 
John  Miguel  Jones  (October) 
Walter  A.  Kassly  (February) 
Herman  Levin  (February) 
Gertrude  L.  Lieberman   (October) 
Bernard  William  Litven  (October) 
Richard  Frederick  Lorenz  (October) 
Gayle  W.  DuBois  Madden 

(February) 
Jane  Madden  (February) 
Charles  William  AIakare 

(February) 
Catherine  ^Iargaret  Malloy 

(October) 
Owen  Joseph  McCarthy  (October) 
Lloyd  Milton  McClure   (February) 
Charles   Rockwell  McCreight 

(August) 
Russell  Baldwin  Nelson  (October) 
John  Joseph  O'Connell  (August) 
Vincent  O'Malley,  Jr.    (February) 
Ada  Overstreet  (February) 
Robinson  Clark  Overton  (August) 

HORTENSIO   ESTIOKO    PaTACSIL 

(August) 
Anne  ^^Lmue  Querl  (February) 
Ruth  Vandervoort  Reddish 

(February) 
Albert  Jay  Roberts,  Jr.   (February) 


Otho  Morgan  Robinson   (October) 
Ruthia  Bessie  Ruff  (February) 
Frank  Everett  Sandford    (August) 
Robert  Harris  Saunders    (August) 
Bobbye  Marie  Schmidt,  with  Honors 

in  Political  Science    (February) 
Robert  Willard  Schwartz 

(February) 
Harriet  Maurine  Self   (February) 
Naida  Jane  Myers  Seright 

(February) 
Edward  John  Shambaugh  (February) 
Edith  Muriel  Shepherd   (October) 
Arthur  Porteus  Simpson,  Jr. 

(February) 
Howard  Milton  Sprague  (February) 
Mary  Irene  Srill  (February) 
Mary  Hoyt  Stoddard  (October) 
Addison  Elbridge  Storey   (February) 
Thomas  Archibald  Street  (October) 
John  Christy  Sutter   (February) 
Lois  Donaldson  Tamme   (February) 
Dorothy  Letitia  Taylor  (August) 
Morris  William  Thompson 

(February) 
William  George  Vanc  (February) 
Mary  Blanche  Wand  (August) 
Paula  Weeks,  with  Highest   Honors 

in  Zoology   (February) 
Pauline  Blossom  Weltman 

(February) 
Julian  Paul  Wilamoski   (February) 
Ancel  Marion  Willey  (October) 
Henry  Mason  Wilson,  Jr.   (October) 
Wallace  Roscoe  Winkler   (October) 
George  Albert  Wyeth   (October) 


The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 
In  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 


Dexter  Lloyd  Balterman  (February) 
Frank  Chapman  Bellrose 

(February) 
Arthur  Esche  Berngen   (February) 
Louis  Richard  Bloom  (February) 
Henry  Richard  Brzenk   (February) 
Charles  Herbert  Clemen  sen 

(August) 
James  William  Fitzsimons 

(October) 
Jerome  Goldman    (February) 
Paul  David  Edward  Hartzell 

(February) 
William  Edwin  Morris   (February) 


Albert  Elmer  Pacini  (February) 

Ralph  Henry  Plumlee,  with  High 
Honors  in  Chemistry  (February) 

Garland  Tavener  Riegel,  with  High- 
est Honors  in  Entomology 
(February) 

Carl  Frederick  Schmidt   (August) 

Charles  Franklin  Singer 
(February) 

William  Augustus  Tanner 
(February) 

Leslie  Harold  Warshell  (October) 

Hymen  Wexler  (February) 


In  Chemical  Engineering 

Ralph  Hayward  Engstrom  (October)       John  William   Pyle,  with  Highest 
Elmer  William  Field   (February)  Honors   (February) 

Harlan  Gillett  Hastert   (February) 


54  Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 

In  Chemistry 

Harry  Braus  (February)  William  Marion  Spurgeon 

Carl  Arthur  Harman  (August)  (February) 

John  August  Means  (August)  Joseph  Anthony  Srebalus 

Orlin  Leslie  Norder  (October)  (February) 

Richard  Newton  Roerig  (August) 

In  Home  Economics 

Dorothy  Eloise  Henry  (August)  Herta  Suzanne  Breiter  (February) 

Lucretia  Annette  Stevens 
(February) 

The  College  of  Commerce  and  Business 
Administration 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Accountancy 
Paul  Randolph  Bateman  (August)         Paul  Cecil  Hohenstein,  with  Honors 
Robert  William  Cook  (August)  (February) 

n  .^^^^  T\^,.   ^^   rr\  ..  u     \  Edward  Christopher  Lechner 

Garret  Dekker  (October)  ('August') 

Hans  Ratus  Fadum   (February)  William  Emerson  Sauder  (August) 

Victor  Harold  Hinze  (October)  Carl  Dwight  Wilfong   (August) 

In  Banking  and  Finance 

Jackson  Oliver  Bisson   (August)  Clyde  Langston  Eaton  (February) 

Ross  Edward  Clark   (February)  James  Willard  Hill   (October) 

In  Commerce  and  Law 

Lawrence  Thompson  Allen,  Jr.  Jack  Joseph  Reardon  (August) 

(October)  Rodney  Armstrong  Scott  (August) 

Robert  George  Day   (February) 

In  Foreign  Commerce 
Joseph   Bert  McWilliams    (October) 

In  General  Business 

Jack  O.  Anderson   (February)  James  Allan  McBride  (February) 

Allen  Robert  Bennett  (February)  AIax  J.  McCollough   (February) 

Daniel  Putnam   Brown    (February)  June  Elizabeth  ]\Ierrill  (February) 

Harold  Leroy  Budde  (February)  George  Modjeska,  Tr.   (February) 

Florence  Mae  Casto  (August)  Peter  Anthony  Nepote  (February) 

Robert  Harry  Chapman  (February)  Henry  Aaron  Nymeyer   (February) 

Russell  Searcy  Cullison  (February)  Edward  Joseph  Skarda,  Jr. 
Richard  Gwynne  Dusky   (October)  (February) 

Robert  Hampton  Erd  (February)  Mary  Margaret  Smith   (October) 

Charles  Dale  Firebaugh   (February)  Warren  Holway  Smith   (February) 

Hugh  Franklin  Fowler  (October)  Austin  Carpenter  Smithers 
John  William  Guthrie,  Jr.  (August)  (October) 

Lois  Anne  Hackmann    (February)  William  Taylor  Stitt  (February) 

Edward  Walter  Jobst   (February)  Walter  Edwin  Swanson,  Jr. 
Leon  Lawhead   (February)  (February) 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement  55 

Lee  Fr.\nklyn  Swartz   (February)  Alvin  Carl  Wienold   (August) 

Russell  Harry  Thompson,  with  Paul  Douglass  Wilson   (February) 

Honors   (February)  Henry  Alexander  Wright 
William  Van  Dyke  (October)  (February) 

Algird  James  Vitkus  (August) 

In  Industrial  Administration 

Robert  Ernest  Doherty,  Jr.  Robert  Carl  Roos  (February) 

(February)  John  Kemper  Rouge    (August) 

Allen  Julius  Gugler  (February)  William  Earle  Threlkeld   (August) 

Richard  Wells   Norton    (October)  James  Thomas  Townsell  (February) 
Frank  Pakutinsky  (August) 


The  College  of  Engineering 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Ceramic  Engineering 

Merlin  Hardy  Whitehead 
(February) 

In  Civil  Engineering 

Virgil  Bernard  Ferguson  (February)  Lawrence  Rogers  Marcus,  with 
Henry  Goodman  Grier  (February)  Honors   (February) 

Gregory  ^^IcDonald  Hebert  Vernon  Glenn  Rathsam   (February) 

(February)  Carl  Rohde,  with  Honors  (February) 

'.  _      •^'^     ^^  ,„  .  .  Louis  Schiff  (February) 

W.^TER  Edward  Hein   (February)  ^^^^  D^^j^  Williams   (February) 

Albert  A.  Krivo  (February)  Robert  Zaborowski,  with  High 
Bernt  Oscar  Larson   (February)  Honors   (February) 

In  Electrical  Engineering 

Robert  Garnett  Clay  (February)  Joseph  Schaefer  (February) 

Charles  Gage  Fiske  (February)  Clarence  Erwin  Van  Slyck 

Rozell  R.  Nesbitt   (February)  (February) 

In  Engineering 
Robert  Henry  Zimmer    (February) 

In  Engineering  Physics 
George  Wilbur  James  (October) 

In  Mechanical  Engineering 

Frederick  Andrew  Ackermann  Thomas  Stevenson  Johansen 

(February)  (February) 

Howard  Cress  Bell  (February)  Lyle  John  Kramer  (February) 

Ar^r-r,^  TD^.,„^,,  (^ ^,  ^ ^ , .  ^.  / 1^  *  V    \  DuNCAN  Chambers  Milner 

Albert  Rohrer  Coleman  (October)  /u  u  \ 

T  >r  u  /r^  ;  u     N  (February) 

James  Miller  Houck   (October)  Richard  Otto  Stack   (February) 

Robert  William  Hursh    (October)  Jerry  Ferdinand  Valek    (February) 


56 


Degrees  Conferred  Since  Last  Commencement 


The  College  of  Agriculture 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Science 

In  Agriculture 


Clarence  Eugene  Akin