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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



Commencement ©ap 




SATURDAY. JUNE FOURTEENTH 

Eleven O'Clock, A. M. 

1924 



Order of Exercises 



March— "Indepentia" - . - Hall 

University Military Band 

Invocation - - Reverend William H. Topping, 

Riverdale, Maryland 

Valedictory Address - - Aubrey S. Wardwell 

"Over The Fields at Early Morn" - - Geibel 

University Glee Club 

Address - - Albert S. Cook, 

^ Superintendent of Education for the State of Maryland 

) CO^ "Invictus" - . - Huhn 

University Glee Club 

Presentation of Diplomas and Certificates 

President Albert F. Woods 

Presentation of Military Commissions 

Lieutenant-Colonel R. H. Leavitt 

Presentation of Phi Kappa Phi Certificates 

President Albert F. Woods 

Presentation of Medals and Prizes President Albert F. Woods 

Announcements 

Benediction - Reverend Charles T. Monroe, 

Hyattsville, Maryland 

March-"S. I. B. A. ' - - Hall 

University Military Band 



Candidates for the Bachelor's Degree 

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 
Bachelor op Science 

Samuel Rankin Benson Bacon Glencoe, Maryland 

Carey Francis Church College Park, Alaryland 

Glen Meredith Clarke Clarkesville, Maryland 

William Mitchell Duvall Baltimore, Maryland 

Everett Clayton Embrey Washington, D. C. 

D. Kerr Endslow Mt. Joy, Pennsylvania 

Charles Harold Geist Upperco, Maryland 

Roger Francis Hale I'owson, Maryland 

Hugh Hancock Berwyn, Maryland 

Floyd H. Harper College Park Maryland 

Samuel Larman Ludlum Chevy Chase, Maryland 

Thomas Jackson McQuade Washington. D. C. 

John Lupton Mecartney Vaucluse, Virginia 

Robert Hartshorne Miller, Jr Spencerville, Maryland 

Norris Newman Nichols Delmar, Maryland 

Robert Sharp Nichols Delmar, Maryland 

\\ illiam Bouic Penn Clinton, Maryland 

William Delaplane Powell Woodsboro, Maryland 

Charles Edward Prince, Jr Baltimore, Maryland 

Harold Albert Remsberg Middletown, Maryland 

Benjamin Hamilton Roche Baltimore, Maryland 

Charles Rosenberg Riverdale, Maryland 

Russell Grove Rothgeb Washington, D. C. 

Taylor Prescott Rowe Baltimore, Maryland 

Edgar Kinney Walrath Annapolis, Maryland 

Wilhelm Hardy Weber Oakland, Maryland 

H. Orbell Yates, Jr Abington, Pennsylvania 

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 
Bachelor of Science 

Wilson Christian Beers W^aterbury, Connecticut 

Florence Eugenia Besley Baltimore, Maryland 

George Dewey Darcy College Park, Maryland 

Edwin Bennett Fill:)ert Baltimore, Maryland 

r-' — Vj, MrDona'd Gapi' r-'l Baltimore, Maryland 

William Freeland Gemmill Baltimore, Maryland 

)■ J 1 Liarni-a Merchantville, New Jersey 

Henry Ralph Heidelbach Catonsville, Maryland 

'1 homas James Holmes Takoma Park, Maryland 

James Temple Knotts, Jr Sudlersville, Maryland 

Elmer Galen Rex Reinersville, Ohio 

Emilio Ruiz Arecibo, Porto Rico 

Eugene Roger Steele Hagerstown, Maryland 

Ro'^prt Paul Straka Homestead, Pennsylvania 

William Gilbert Terwilliger Highland, New York 

Frederic Van Deursen Wack Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey 

Henry Madison Walter Washington, D. C. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Virginia Wemyss Brewer College Park, Maryland 

Ralph Henry Chase Washington, D. C. 

Catherine Lee Clay College Park, Maryland 

L. Clarissa Harm.an College Park, Maryland 

Albert E. Hitchcock Washington, D. C. 

Hugh Ofgood House College Park, Maryland 

Dean Stanley Leshcr Williamsport, Maryland 

Alan F. MacDougall Merchantville, New Jersey 

Paul Frederick Newland Bristol, Tennessee 

Vivian Winifred Porter Washington, D. C. 

Virginia Irving Spence College Park, Maryland 

Emile Adam Sullivan Baltimore, Alaryland 

Aubrev St. Clair Wardwcll Washington, D. C. 

Marv Salome V'arrenfeltz Emmitsburg, Alaryland 

John Irwin White Washington, D. C. 



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Bachelor of Science 

Olive Willnient Castella Riverdale, Maryland 

Ruth Bailey Engle Frostburg, Maryland 

James J. Foster Parkton, Maryland 

Benton Oilman Hippie, Jr College Park, Maryland 

Lucy Knox College Park, Maryland 

Frances Dale Lemen Baltimore, Maryland 

Lilian Hermoine Long Cumberland, Maryland 

Portia Melown Cumberland, Maryland 

Vera D. Mullin Mt. Savage, Maryland 

Richard Theodore Rizer Mt. Savage, Maryland 

Lillis Dale Simmonds Washington, D. C. 

John Raymond Stewart Street, Maryland 

William E. Tarbell Berwyn, Maryland 

Bachelor of Arts 

Cecil Gear Branner Hyattsville, Maryland 

Ethel Agnes Dorsey Beltsville, Alaryland 

Lillian Ophelia Earnest Mt. Rainier, Maryland 

Angela Dorsey Getty Grantsville, Maryland 

Wilbur Jerome Glenn Smithsburg, Maryland 

John Groves Washington, D. C. 

Mildred Lee Morris Salisbury, Maryland 

Eleanor Glotfelty Robey Oakland, Maryland 

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 

Bachelor of Science 

Maurice F. Brothers Washington, D. C. 

Frank T. Chesnut Hyattsville, Maryland 

DeWitt Clinton Donaldson Laurel, Maryland 

Gerald Leonard Glass Hyattsville, Maryland 

William B. Hill Hyattsville, Maryland 

John Henry Hoppe Baltimore, Maryland 

Marshall Hamilton Howard Brookeville, Maryland 

Ector B. Latham Washington, D. C. 

Alan B. Neumann Silver Spring, Maryland 

Stanley Cowell Orr Hyattsville, Maryland 

Raymond B. Reed College Park, Marylajid 

William Joshua Richard Goldsboro, Maryland 

Bernardino Santos Rio Piedras, Porto Rico 

Andrew Ernest Schumann Princess Anne, Maryland 

Joshua Marvel Seney Chestertown, Maryland 

William Shofnos Washington, D. C. 

Charles Carroll StoU Baltimore, Maryland 

Robert James Stranahan Union City, Pennsylvania 

Charles William Wenger Washington, D. C. 

Walter Hempstone Young Washington, D. C. 

COLLEGE OF HOME ECONOMICS 

Bachelor of Science 

Fanny Ruth Alderman Washington, D. C. 

Helen Mullen De Vol Crawfordsville, Indiana 

Sarah Elizabeth Morris Hyattsville, Maryland 

Anna Margaret Murphy Staunton, Virginia 

Anne Stone Stewart Rustburg, Virginia 

Candidates for Teacher's Diplomas 

Cecil Gear Branner Hyattsville, Maryland 

Olive Willment Castella Riverdale, Maryland 

Ethel Agnes Dorsey Beltsville, Maryland 

Lillian Ophelia Earnest Mt. Rainier, Maryland 

D. Ker Endslow Mt. Joy, Pennsylvania 



Ruth Bailey Engle Frostburg, Maryland 

James J. Foster Parkton, Maryland 

Angela Dorsey Getty Grantsville, Maryland 

Wilbur Jerome Glenn Smithsburg, Maryland 

John Groves Washington, D. C. 

Floyd H. Harper College Park, Maryland 

Benton Gilnian Hippie College Park, Maryland 

Lucy Knox College Park, Maryland 

Frances Dale Lemen Baltimore, Maryland 

Lillian Hermoine Long Cumberland, Maryland 

Portia Melown Cumberland, Maryland 

Mildred Lee Morris Salisbury, Maryland 

Vera D. Mullin Mt. Savage, Maryland 

Richard Theodore Rizer Mt. Savage, Maryland 

Eleanor Glotf el y Robey Oakland, Maryland 

Lillis Dale Simmonds Washington, D. C. 

John Raymond Stewart Street, Maryland 

William E. Tarbell Berwyn, Maryland 

Edgar Kinney Walrath Annapolis, Maryland 

Mary Salome Warrenfeltz Emmitsburg, Maryland 

Esther Louise Williams Lanham, Maryland 

Candidate for the Advanced Professional Degree 
of Mectianical Engineer 

John Hartshorn Eiseman Washington, D. C. 

Candidates for the Master's Degree 

Master of Science 

Otto Watson Anderson Timmonsville, South Carolina 

Arthur Kirkland Besley Baltimore, Maryland 

Charles MacFarlane Brewer College Park, Maryland 

Byron C. Brunstetter Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Irwin Charles Clare Jamaica Plain, Alassachusetts 

Morris H. Daskais Baltimore, Maryland 

James William Elder Cumberland, Maryland 

John Newton Fields Lamar, South Carolina 

Alljert Lawrence Flenner Hyattsville. Maryland 

John Edward Flynn Friendsville, Pennsylvania 

Mildred Watkins GraflFlin Baltimore, Maryland 

Clayton Price Harley Royersf ord, Pennsylvania 

Myron Gerrish Holmes Northwood, New Hampshire 

Vv^illiam Duke Kimbrough Summerdale, Alabama 

John Stewart Knode Baltimore, Maryland 

John Christian Krantz, Jr Baltimore, Maryland 

Felix Scott Lagasse Lochmere, New Hampshire 

George Shealy Langford Blythewood, South Carolina 

Harry Gotfred Lindquist Holden, Massachusetts 

George Wilbur Malcolm Mt. Airy, Maryland 

Russell Earl Marker Hagerstown, Maryland 

George Findlay Pollock Boyds, Maryland 

Samuel Frederick Potts Crawford, Mississippi 

Paul De Leon Sanders West, Mississippi 

Clifford Henry Schopmeyer Washington, D. C. 

Virgil St. Clair Troy College Park, Maryland 

Emil Gaston VandenBosche Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

William Paul Walker Mt. Airy, Maryland 

Charles Edward White College Park, Maryland 

Howard Barr Winant Brentwood, Maryland 

Master of Arts 

Sherman Edward Flanagan Walkersville, Maryland 

Charles LeRoy Mackert College Park, Maryland 

Adele Hagner Stamp College Park, Maryland 



Candidate for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

Walter Xaphtali Ezekiel Berwyn. Maryland 

Honorary Certificates of Merit 

John L. Chambers Centreville, Alaryland 

Parker Mitchell ; Ferryman, Maryland 

Charles Wertheimer Frederick, Maryland 

Honorary Degrees 

Doctor of Letters 

Albert Samuel Cook Baltimore, Maryland 

Doctor of Exgixeerinx 
Arthur Xewhall Johnson Baltimore, Maryland 

War Department Awards of Commissions as Sec- 
ond Lieutenants in the Infantry Reserve Corps 

Maurice F. Brothers 
Ralph AIcTier Graham 
1 homas James Holmes 
Marshall Hamilton Howard 
George Jaines Luckey 
Housden Lane Marshall 
1 hon.as Jackson McQuade 
John Lupton Mecartney 
Nelson Tindall Meeds 
Louis Francis Melchoir 
Stanley Cowell Orr 
Benjamin Hamilton Roche 
AVarrington Raphael Sanders 
Joshua Marvel Seney 
Eugene Roger Steele 
Ritchie Patterson Taylor 
Henry Madison Walter 

Awards of Cadet Military Commissions 

Thomas Jackson McQuade, Major • 
'lho:i,;is jan.es i^LoIn.es, Captain 
Louis Francis Melchior, Captain 
Benjamin Hamilton Roche, Captain 
Ritchie Patterson Taylor, Captain 
Maurice F. Brothers. First Lieutenant 
Ralph McTier Graham, First Lieutenant 
John Lupton Mecartne}-, First Lieutenant 
Stanley Cowell Orr. First Lieutenant 
Warrington Raphael Sanders, First Lieutenant 
Henr}' Madison Walter. First Lieutenant 
Marshall Hamilton Howard, Second Lieutenant 
George James Luckey. Second Lietenant 
Housden Lane Marshall. Second Lieutenant 
Nelson Tindall Meeds. Second Lieutenant 
Joshua Marvel Seney. Second Lieutenant 
Eugene Roger Steele, Second Lieutenant 



Awards of Phi Kappa Phi Certificates 

A'irginia Weir.yss Brewer 
Frank T. Chesnut 
Catherine Lee Clay 
Ethel Agnes Dorse3' 
Lillian Ophelia Earnest 
Rutli Bailey Engle 
Charles Harold Geist 
L. Clarissa Harman 
Albert E. Hitchcock 
AIrr;-.hall Hamilton Howard 
Frances Dale Lemen 
Dean Stanley T,esher 
John Lupton Mecartney 
Rol^ert Hartshorne Miller, Jr. 
Mildred Lee Morris 
Anna Margaret Murphy 
Alan B. Neumann 
\\'il!iam Bouic Penn 
Benjamin Hamilton Roche 
Russell Grove Rothgeb 
Albert Lee Schrader 
Anne Stone Stewart 
Edgar Kinney Walrath 
Esther Louise Williams 
H. Orbell Yates, Jr. 

Medals and Prizes 

(Citizenship Medal offered by Mr. H. C. Byrd, class of 1008. to the member 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 Charles Harold Geist 

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 done most for the general advancement of the interests 
of the University. 

Awarded to Esther Louise Williams 

Athletic Medal, offered by the class of 1908, to the member of the senior 

class who has done the most for athletics. 

Awarded to Thomas Jackson McQuade 

James Douglas Goddard Memorial Medal, offered by his sister, Airs. Anna 

K. Goddard James, to a student of Prince George's county for excellence 

in scholarship and moral character. 

Awarded to William Bouic Penn 

Alumni Association Medal for excellence in debate. 

Awarded to Joseph Alphonse Macko 

Sigma Phi Sigma Medal offered by the Delta Chapter to the freshman who 

makes the highest scholastic average during the first semester. 

Awarded to Winifred Mary McAlinimy 

Alpha Zeta Medal offered by the Alaryland Chapter to the members of the 

freshman class who has attained the highest scholastic average in the 

College of Agriculture. 

Awarded to Marian Helen Conner 

The Dinah Berman Memorial Medal, offered by her son, Benjamin Berman, 

to that sophomore who has attained the highest scholastic average of 

his class in the College of Engineering. 

Awarded to Samuel Lebowitz 

Public Speaking Prize offered by W. D. Porter to the student who shows 

greatest advancement in Public Speaking. 
Awarded to Alan B. Neumann 



"President's Cup," offered by Dr. H. J. Patterson, for excellence in debate. 

Final Award to Poe Literary Society 

The Oratorical Association of Maryland Colleges, consisting of Washing- 
ton College, Western Maryland College, St. John's College, and the 
University of Maryland, offers each year gold medals for first and second 
places in an oratorical contest that is held between representatives of the 
four institutions. Medal for first place awarded to 

Eleanor Glotfelty Robey Oakland, Maryland 

"Governor's Cup," offered by His Excellency, Honorable Albert C. Ritchie, 
Governor of Maryland, to the best drilled company. 

Awarded on Military Day to Company B 

President's Prize, offered by Dr. Albert F. Woods, to the student who has 
done most for the Reserve Officers' Training Corps. 

Awarded on Military Day to Cadet Major Thomas Jackson McQuade 

The Military Medal, offered by class of 1809, to tiie member of the battalion 
who proves himself the best drilled soldier. 

Awarded on Military Day to Cadet William Albert Ryon 

The Military Department Prize offered to the best company commander. 

Awarded on Military Day to Cadet Captain Louis Francis Melchior 

Inspection Day Cup, offered by Saks and Company to the company doing 
the best work on Inspection Day. 

Awarded on Military Day to Company B 

Washington Chapter Alumni Cup offered to the best drilled platoon. 

Awarded on Military Day to Second Platoon, Company C, 

Commanded by Cadet First Lieutenant John Lupton Mecartney. 
Rifle Cup offered by Military Department. 

Awarded on Military Day to Freshman Class 

Military Department Prize offered to best platoon leader. 

Awarded on Military Day to Cadet Lieutenant Maurice F. Brothers 



Honorable Mention 

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

First Honors — Russell Grove Rothgeb 

— Robert Hartshorne Miller, Jr. 
Second Honors — H. Orbell Yates, Jr. 

— Edgar Kinney Walrath 

— William Bouic Penn 

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 

First Honors — Virginia Wemyss Brewer 
— Dean Stanley Lesher 
— Catherine Lee Clay 
Second Honors — L. Clarissa Harman 
— Albert E. Hitchcock 
— Virginia Irving Spence 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

First Honors — Ruth Bailey Engle 

— Ethel Agnes Dorsey 
Second Honors — Lillian Ophelia Earnest 
— Angela Dorsey Getty 

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 

First Honors — Marshall Hamilton Howard 

— Frank T. Chesnut 
Second Honors — Charles Carroll StoU 
— Alan B. Neumann 

COLLEGE OF HOME ECONOMICS 

First Honors — Anne Stone Stewart