UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND Commencement 3Baj> Saturday, June Sixteenth ELEVEN O'CLOCK, A. M. 923 Order of Exercises March— "Semper Fidelis" . . - - Sousa University Band Invocation - Rev. William A. Cahill, Berwyn, Maryland Valedictory Address - - Robert Malcolm Watkins "Onward" . - . . . - Geibei University Glee Club Address ... Alexander Armstrong, Attorney-General of the State of Maryland ^ ^ "The Boys of the Old Brigade" . - - - Parks University Glee Club Presentation of Diplomas and Certificates - President Albert F. Woods Presentations of Military Commissions. Major-General Charles H. Muir, Commanding General, Third Corps Area Presentation of Medals and Prizes - President Albert F. Woods Announcements Benediction - Rev. Charles E. McAllister, Hampton, Virginia March— "The Pitt Panther" . - . - Parmella University Band CANDIDATES FOR CERTIFICATES IN AGRICULTURE VETERAN'S BUREAU CERTIFICATES Kenneth Allen Brandywine, Maryland Joseph Cummings Cherry .' Berwyn, Maryland Harvey Chnton Graves Berwyn, Maryland John Thomas Hottel Bealeton, Virginia Harry Basil Persinger Berwyn, Maryland John Robert Pierce Washington, D. C. Alvin William Poppen Toluca, Virginia Felix William Richards Washington, D. C. Ira Marvin Simpich Landover, Maryland Benjamin Harrison Wiley Bittinger, Maryland CANDIDATES FOR THE BACHELOR'S DEGREE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE Bachelor of Science Robert Carlton Burdette Gaithersburg, Maryland Ernest Cook Dunning Govans, Maryland Charles Walter England Rising Sun, Maryland Ruth Fuhrman Washington, D. C. Morris Jacob Gurevich Beltsville, Maryland Clayton Price Harley College Park, Maryland Noah Brackendell Hawthorne Washington, D. C. Charles Louis Huffard Wytheville, Virginia *John Mutter Lescure Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Malcolm Bartler Melroy Washington, New Jersey Thomas Kenneth Miller Havre de Grace, Maryland John Wesley Mumford, Jr Newark, Maryland George Findlay Pollock Boyds, Maryland Harry Harrison Shaffer Berwyn, Maryland Francis Curie Skilling Baltimore, Maryland George Francis Smith Big Spring, Maryland Vaso Trivanovitch Zagreb, Jugoslavia Virgil S. Troy Centreville, Maryland COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Bachelor of Science Arthur Kirkland Besley Baltimore, Maryland Lester Willard Bosley Washington, D. C. Charles MacFarlane Brewer College Park, Maryland Kenneth Baldwin Chappell... Kensington, Maryland Morris H. Daskais Baltimore, Maryland Lauran Preston Downin Hagerstown, Maryland Thomas Henry Fitzgerald Princess Anne, Maryland Ernest Alexander Graves Washington, D. C. Howard Victor Keen Snow Hill, Maryland Allen Duvall Kemp Frederick, Maryland Russell Earl Marker Hagerstown, Maryland Leonard G. Mathias Hagerstown, Maryland Ruth Elizabeth Mayers Washington, D. C. John Frederick Moore Washington, D. C. Andrew Nelson Nisbet Baltimore, Maryland Gordon Sexton Patton Jackson, Mississippi Robert Gilliam Porter Hyattsville, Maryland Gerald Grosh Remsberg Braddock Heights, Maryland Raymond Lester Rissler Washington, D. C. Hughes Adams Shank College Park, Maryland Matson Wayne Shepherd Berwyn, Maryland Laurence D. Simmons Washington, D. C. A. Allen Sussman Baltimore, Maryland Charles Edward White College Park, Maryland Bachelor of Arts Elizabeth Greville Ady Sharon, Maryland Benjamin Lankford Barnes Princess Anne, Maryland Mildred Cecelia Blandford College Park, Maryland Albert Block Laurel, Maryland ■^ Edward Burroughs, Jr La Plata, Maryland John Francis Clagett Upper Marlboro, Maryland Zita Theressa Ensor , Sparks, Maryland George Edmund Gifford Rising Sun, Maryland Isador Gordon , Riverdale, Maryland William Joseph Lescure, Jr Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Marion Winfield Posey , La Plata, Maryland Ruth Isabelle Reppert Washington, D, C. Charlotte Calvert Spence College Park, Maryland William Clifford Sturgis Snow Hill, Maryland *Ruth Agnes Thompson Washington, D. C. Robert Malcolm Watkins Mt. Airy, Maryland COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Bachelor of Science Landon Crawford Burns Bumsville. Virginia Paul Calvert Cissel Highland. Maryland Elizabeth Gladys Crowther Sparks, Maryland Paul Sardo Frank , College Park. Maryland James Franklin Graham Barclay. Maryland Miriam Elizabeth Jones Chestertown. Maryland Richard Carlton Lighter.., Middletown, ?rlaryland Austin Albert McBride ......Middletown, Maryland Jesse Powers PuUen , Martinsville, Virginia Nellie Olive Smith Washington, D. C. Victoria Vaiden Baltimore, Maryland Donald Ellsworth Watkins Mt. Airy, Maryland Bachelor of Arts Mary Princess Anderson Washington, D. C. Elsie May Soper Beltsville. Maryland COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Bachelor of Science Mason Carpenter Albrittain La Plata, Maryland Caleb Thayer Bailey.. , Bladensburg, Maryland Morris Judson Baldwin , Woodridge, D. C. William Bowen Belt Hyattsville, Maryland Frank Amos Bennett Hagerstown, Maryland Howard Marion Boteler Laurel, Maryland Charles Smallwood Cook Frederick. Maryland James Hayward Harlow , Havre de Grace, Maryland Joseph Bernard Himmelheber , Baltimore. Maryland Peter Theodore Knapp , Overlea, Maryland Willis George Melvin Havre de Grace, Maryland Wilbur Burson Montgomery Washington, D. C. Elliott Price Owings North Beach, Maryland John Philip Schaefer Riverdale, Maryland Lansing Grow Simmons , Washington, D. C. Frederick Parker Walden Raspeburg, Maryland Albert Grafton Wallis Frederick, Maryland George Allen Wick Washington, D. C. J, Ward Wisner. Jr Baltimore. Maryland COLLEGE OF HOME ECONOMICS Bachelor of Science Audrey Killiam ....Delmar, Maryland Elizabeth Louise McCall , College Park, Maryland CANDIDATES FOR THE MASTER'S DEGREE Master of Science Victor R. Boswell Columbia. Missouri Edward Leland Browne, Jr Chevy Chase, Maryland Francis DeSales Canter Aquasco, Maryland Carl M. Conrad Burlington, Kansas Frederick Randolph Darkis , Frederick, Maryland Orson Northrop Eaton Beltsville, Maryland Charles Harold Howe Chapman, Kansas Harvey Foss Jenkins , Concord, New Hampshire Daniel C. Lichtenwalner Riverdale, Maryland Marcus Arthur McCarron Worcester, Massachusetts John Austin Moran Frederick, Maryland John Dorsey Scheuch Washington, D. C. George Nelson Schramm Cumberland Maryland Ben C. Sher St. Joseph, Missouri Jacob Edward Shillinger Washington, D. C. Albert Frank Vierheller , Parkersburg, West Virginia Master of Arts B. Andrew Matzen Berwyn, Maryland Alma Henrietta Preinkert Washington, D. C, HONORARY DEGREES Doctor of Laws Alexander Armstrong Hagerstown, Maryland Doctor of Letters Thomas Fell Annapolis, Maryland Doctor of Agriculture Beverly Thomas Galloway Washington, D. C. Doctor of Science John Bitting Smith Norton Hyattsville, Maryland Lore Alford Rogers Washington, D. C. CANDIDATES FOR TEACHER'S DIPLOMAS Mary Princess Anderson Washington, D. C. Landon Crawford Burns Bumsville, Virginia Paul Calvert Cissel Highland, Maryland Elizabeth Gladys Crowther Sparks, Maryland Paul Sardo Frank , College Park, Maryland James Franklin Graham Barclay, Maryland Miriam Elizabeth Jones Chestertown, Maryland Richard Carlton Lighter .... Middletown, Maryland Austin Albert McBride Middletown, Maryland Jesse Powers PuUen Martinsville, Virginia Nellie Olive Smith Washington, D. C. Elsie May Soper Beltsville, Maryland Victoria Vaiden Baltimore, Maryland Donald Ellsworth Watkins Mt. Airy, Maryland WAR DEPARTMENT AWARDS OF COMMISSIONS AS SECOND LIEUTENANTS IN THE INFANTRY RESERVE CORPS Kenneth Baldwin Chappell Kensington, Maryland John Francis Clagett Upper Marlboro, Maryland Charles Sinallwood Cook Frederick, Maryland Everett Clayton Embrey Washington, D. C. Paul Sardo Frank College Park, Maryland Ernest Alexander Graves Washington, D. C. William Milburne Jones Chestertown, Maryland John Wesley Mumford, Jr Newark, Maryland George Findlay Pollock Boyds, Maryland Raymond Lester Rissler Washington, D. C. John Philip Schaefer Riverdale, Maryland Loren Fletcher Schott Washington, D. C. Albert Graf con Wallis Frederick, Maryland Charles Edward White College Park, Maryland George Allen Wick Washington, D. C. Jackson Ward Wisner Baltimore, Mgiryland Walter Hempstone Young Washington, D. C AWARDS OF MILITARY COMMISSIONS Paul Sardo Frank Lieutenant Colonel George Findlay Pollock : Major John Philip Schaefer Captain Jackson Ward Wisner Captain Everett Clayton Embrey Captain William Milburne Jones Captain Raymond Lester Rissler First Lieutenant John Francis Clagett First Lieutenant Albert Grafton Wallis ■■■'.... First Lieutenant V/alter Hempstone Young First Lieutenant George Allen Wick First Lieutenant Chanes Edward White First Lieutenant Kenneth Baldwin Chappell First Lieutenant Jt)hn Wesley Mumford Second Lieutenant Charles Smallwood Cook Second Lieutenant Loren Fletcher Schott Second Lieutenant Ernest Alexander Graves Second Lieutenant Edv.ard Marshall Richardson Second Lieutenant MEDALS AND PRIZES Citizenship Medal offered by Mr. H. C. Byrd, class cf 1908, to the merabsr of the senior class who, during his collegiate career, has typified the model citizen and done most for the general advancement of the interests of the University. Awarded to Robert Malcolm Watkins Citizenship Prize offered by Mrs. Albert F. Woods to the woman member of the senior class who, during her collegiate career, has typified the model citizen and has has done most for the general advancement of the interests of the University. Awarded to Elizabeth Louise McCall Athletic Medal, offered by the class of 1908, to the member of the senior class who has done the most for athletics. Awarded to George Findlay Pollock James Douglas Goddard Memorial Medal, offered by his sister, Mrs, Anna K. Goddard James, to a student of Prince George's county for excellence in scholarship and moral character. Awarded to Oswald Herman Greager Alumni Association Medal for excellence in debate. Awarded to Robert Malcolm Watkins Sigma Phi Sigma Medal offered by the Delta Chapter to the freshman who makes the highest scholastic average during the first two terms. Awarded to Samuel Lebowitz Alpha Zeta Medal offered by the Maryland Chapter to the member of the fresh- man class who has attained the highest scholastic average in the College of Agri- culture. Awarded to Thomas Chadwick Kelley " President's Cup", offered by Dr. H. J. Patterson, for excellence in debate. Awarded to Poe Literary Society "Governor's Cup", offered by His Excellency, Honorable Albert C. Ritchie, Gov- ernor of Maryland, to the best drilled company. Awarded on Farmers' Day to Company A. President's Prize, offered by Dr. Albert F. Woods, to the student who has done most for the Reserve Officers' Training Corps. Awarded on Farmers' Day to Cadet Major George Findlay Pollock The Military Medal, offered by class of 1899, to the member of the battalion who proves himself the best drilled soldier. Awarded on Farmers' Day to Cadet Sergeant Douglas Davis Burnside The Company Sword offered by the class of 1897 to the captain of the best drilled company. Awarded on Farmers' Day to Cadet Captain Jackson Ward Wisner, Jr. Inspection Day Cup, offered by Saks and Company to the company doing the best work on Inspection Day. Awarded on Farmers' Day to ;.. Company A Washington Chapter Alumni Cup offered to the best drilled platoon. Awarded on Farmers' Day to Second Platoon, Company A, Commanded by Louis Francis Melchior Rifle Cup offered by graduates of the Advanced R. O. T. C. Course. Awarded on Farmers' Day to Sophomore Class Military Department Prize offered to best platoon leader. Awarded on Farmers' Day to Walter Hempstone Young Individual Class Prizes offered by Regular Army Officers on duty at the Uni- versity, Awarded on Farmers' Day to— John Philip Schaefer, Senior Class Louis Francis Melchior, Junior Class Douglas Davis Burnside. Sophomore Class Eric Carl Metzeroth, Freshman Class Honorable Mention College of Agriculture First Honors — Harry Harrison Shaffer Second Honors— Morris Jacob Gufevicb Vaso Trivanovitch College of Arts and Sciences First Honors — Charles Edward White Second Honors — John Francis Clagett Ruth Elizabeth Mayers Robert Malcolm Watkins George Edmund Gifford Ruth Isabelle Reppert Russell Earl Marker Mildred Cecilia Blandford College fc)f Educiatibn First Honors— Victoria Vaiden Second Honors^ Paul Calvert Cissel College of Engineering First Honors — James Hayward Harlow Second Honors — John Philip Schaefer Morris Judson Baldwin Elected Members of Phi Kappa Phi, the Honorary Fraternity Morris Judson Baldwin Russell Earl Marker William Bowen Belt Ruth Elizabeth Mayers Mildred Cecilia Blandford Ruth Isabelle Reppert Paul Calvert Cissel John Philip Schaefer John Francis Clagett Harry Harrison Shaffer Zita Theressa Ensor Lansing Grow Simmons George Edmund Gifford Elsie May Soper Morris Jacob Gurevich Victoria Vaiden James Hayward Harlow Robert Malcolm Watkins Charles Edward White *These candidates will be assigned to this class and will receive their degrees upon completion of work in Summer School.