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University of Maryland 



Commencement Day 




Tuesday, June Eighth 
Eleven O'Clock, A. M. 



1926 



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Order of Exercises 



"Marche Militaire" Schubert 

University Orchestra 

Invocation - - Reverend J. A. Myer 

Laurel, Maryland 

Valedictory Address - - T. A. Browne 

"Pilgrims Chorus" - Wagner 

University Orchestra 

Address — "America's World-wide Vision" 

George E. MacLean, Ph. D., LL. D. 

Former Chancellor, University of Nebraska and former 
President, University of Iowa. 

"Moment Musical" - Schubert 

University Orchestra 

Presentation of Diplomas and Certificates 

President Albert F. Woods 

Presentation of Military Commissions 

Captain W. P. Scobey 

Presentation of Phi Kappa Phi Certificates 

President Albert F. Woods 

Presentation of Medals and Prizes 

President Albert F. Woods 

Announcements 

Benediction - - Reverend Ronalds Taylor 

College Park, Maryland 

"War March of Priests" - - Mendelssohn 

University Orchestra 



CANDIDATES FOR CERTIFICATES IN INDUSTRIAL 

EDUCATION 

Carey Field Emmart Baltimore, Maryland 

DeWilton Warfield Haslup Baltimore, Maryland 

George Adams Meyers Baltimore, Maryland 

Edward LeRoy Longley Baltimore, Maryland 

CANDIDATES FOR TEACHERS' DIPLOMAS 

Albert Augustine Ady Sharon, Maryland 

Laura Betty Amos Forest-Hill, Maryland 

Katherine Louise Baker Edgemont, Maryland 

Benjamin Hugh Bennett Kenilworth, D. C. 

Walter Davis Bromley Pocomoke City, Maryland 

John Hurley Carter Washington, D. C. 

Eugenia Withers Clement Washington, D. C. 

Joseph Stroup Endslow Mt. Joy, Pennsylvania 

John Edward Ennis Pocomoke City, Maryland 

John Edgar Faber, Jr Washington, D. C. 

Philip Wilde Gates Rockville, Maryland 

Truman Stoner Klein Union Bridge, Maryland 

Joseph Clifford Longridge Barton, Maryland 

Phyllis Morgan Lonaconing, Maryland 

Dorothy Murray Washington, D. C. 

Edwin Ervin Nihiser Hagerstown, Maryland 

George Timothy O'Neill Silver Spring, Maryland 

Priscilla Ballinger Pancoast Mt. Rainier, Maryland 

Harry Paul Porton.. Washington, D. C. 

Joseph Thomas Pyles, Jr Frederick, Maryland 

John Joseph Ray Washington, D. C. 

Emmons Hecklar Reed Denton, Maryland 

Charles Harmon Remsberg Middletown, Maryland 

Louise Richardson ...Washington, D. C. 

George Henri Schmidt Baltimore , Maryland 

John Clarke Seibert Clearspring, Maryland 

Joseph Harold Seibert Clearspring, Maryland 

Ira McDuell Staley, Jr Knoxville, Maryland 

Kenneth Gorden Stoner Hagerstown, Maryland 

Letha Ernest Taylor Riverdale, Maryland 

Walter Howard Troxell Northampton, Pennsylvania 

Sarah Olive Wallace Landover, Maryland 

Earnest Artman Walker.... Mt. Airy, Maryland 

William Hamilton Whiteford Baltimore, Maryland 

John Kenneth Wilson Pylesville, Maryland 

Margaret Beall Wolfe Forest Glen, Maryland 

Leland Griffith Worthington Berwyn, Maryland 

Nadia Virginia Wright Washington, D. C. 

Dorothy Oliver Young Bethesda, Maryland 

CANDIDATES FOR THE BACHELOR'S DEGREE 

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

Bachelor of Science 

Albert Augustine Ady Sharon Maryland 

James House Anderson Washington, D. C. 

Paul Edgar Bauer Washington, D. C. 

John Hurley Carter Washington, D. C. 

Walter Riffle Comer Frederick, Maryland 

Leo Aloysius Crotty Washington, D. C. 

Herbert Dieckmann Elm Grove, West Virginia 

Joseph Stroup Endslow Mt. Joy, Pennsylvania 

Leoinel Kemp Ensor Sparks, Maryland 

William Hargis Evans T Pocomoke City, Maryland 

John Edgar Faber, Jr Washington, D. C. 



Joseph Darlington Hoopes Bel Air, Maryland 

Harry Stevens Hubbard Cordova, Maryland 

Theodore Whitney Johnson Washington, D. C. 

Thomas Chad wick Kelley Washington, D. C. 

Eugene Wilkinson King Branchville, Maryland 

Joseph L. McGlone Baltimore, Maryland 

John Broome Morsell Bowens, Maryland 

Lionel Eastman Newcomer Harpers Ferry, West Virginia 

Kent Sparks Price Centreville, Maryland 

Emmons Hecklar Reed Denton, Maryland 

Charles Harmon Remsberg Middletown, Maryland 

Harry Franklin Richardson Berwyn, Maryland 

Peter Paul Schrider Takoma Park, D. C. 

Paul William Smith Washington, D. C. 

Harry Abernethy Stewart Rustburg, Virginia 

William Carleton Supplee Washington, D. C. 

Letha Ernest Taylor Riverdale, Maryland 

Francis Ridgely Todd Sparrows Point, Maryland 

Dwight Talmage Walker Mt. Airy, Maryland 

Earnest Artman Walker Mt. Airy, Maryland 

Milton Stewart Whaley__ Washington, D. C. 

John Kenneth Wilson.... Pylesville, Maryland 

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 
Bachelor of Science 

Harold Adolph Bonnet _ -Washington, D. C. 

Edward Thomas Evans .—Cumberland, Maryland 

Winship Iddings Green Kensington, Maryland 

George Kirby Holmes, Jr Washington, D. C. 

Charles Kinsley McDonald Barton, Maryland 

Adam Downey Osborn Point Pleasant, New Jersey 

John Earle Rice ...Frederick, Maryland 

Eldred Roberts Westernport, Maryland 

Fred Sharp Scott ..Galax, Virginia 

Ritchie P. Taylor Washington, D. C. 

Bachelor of Science jn Arts and Nursing 

Sister Mary Celestine Doyle Baltimore, Maryland 

Sister Mary Florence Garner Baltimore, Maryland 

Sister Mary Helen Ryan Baltimore, Maryland 

Sister Mary Anita Stoutenburgh Baltimore, Maryland 

Sister Mary Joan de Arc Wilson Baltimore, Maryland 

Bachelor of Arts 

James Henry Bounds Salisbury, Maryland 

Thomas Alexander Browne Chevy Chase, Maryland 

Edward A. Christmas Upper Marlboro, Maryland 

Alfred Henry Clark _ Washington, D. C. 

Eugenia Withers Clement Washington, D. C. 

Wade Gilbert Dent, Jr Clinton, Maryland 

George Willis Fogg Bangor, Maine 

Helen May Goldman New York, New York 

Paul Elisha Huffington Allen, Maryland 

John Ralph Lanigan Washington, D. C. 

Edward B. Longyear Poplar Hill, Maryland 

Charles H. R. Merrick ..Barclay, Maryland 

Eric Carl Metzeroth Washington, D. C. 

George Timothy O'Neill Silver Spring, Maryland 

Arthur Charles Parsons Ormsby, Pennsylvania 

Karl Graham Pfeiffer Washington, D. C. 

Hugh D. Reading Rockville, Maryland 

Clara Margaret Shepherd Hyattsville, Maryland 

Kenneth Gorden Stoner Hagerstown, Maryland 

John Henry Strite _ Clearspring, Maryland 

Thelma Irene Taylor Washington, D. C. 

Patricia Wolf New York, New York 

Nadia Virginia Wright Washington, D. C. 



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Bachelor of Science 

Laura Betty Amos Forest-Hill Maryland 

Katherine Louise Baker Edgemont, Maryland 

Edward Marion Barron Hyattsville, Maryland 

Benjamin Hugh Bennett Kenilworth, D. C. 

Phyllis Morgan Lonaconing, Maryland 

Victorine Garth Nicol _ Washington, D. C. 

Priscilla Ballinger Pancoast Mt. Rainier, Maryland 

John Clarke Seibert Clearspring, Maryland 

Joseph Harold Seibert Clearspring, Maryland 

Sarah Olive Wallace _ Landover, Maryland 

Margaret Beall Wolfe Forest Glen, Maryland 

Bachelor of Arts 

John Edward Ennis Pocomoke City, Maryland 

Truman Stoner Klein Union Bridge, Maryland 

Joseph Clifford Longridge ....Barton, Maryland 

Dorothy Murray __ Washington, D. C. 

Edwin Ervin Nihiser Hagerstown, Maryland 

Harry Paul Porton Washington, D. C. 

Joseph Thomas Pyles, Jr Frederick, Maryland 

John Joseph Ray Washington, D. C. 

Louise Richardson Washington, D. C. 

George Henri Schmidt Baltimore, Maryland 

Ira McDuell Staley, Jr Knoxville, Maryland 

Walter Howard Troxell Northampton, Pennsylvania 

William Hamilton Whiteford Baltimore, Maryland 

Dorothy Oliver Young Bethesda, Maryland 

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 

Bachelor of Science 

Edward Russell Allen Towson, Maryland 

William Eric Bishop Washington, D. C. 

Arthur Edward Bonnet Washington, D. C. 

Jean Herkimer Brayton Washington, D. C. 

Robert Surguy Caruthers Riverdale, Maryland 

Edward Pontious Coblentz Catonsville, Maryland 

Ellsworth Francis DeAtley Washington, D. C. 

Albert Boyd Fisher, Jr Point of Rocks, Maryland 

Charles Parker Glover Mt. Airy, Maryland 

William Francis Kellermann Washington, D. C. 

William Merle Kline Washington, D. C. 

Samuel Lebowitz Mt. Rainier, Maryland 

Francis Theodore Lillie Takoma Park, Maryland 

Benjamin Wesley Magalis Brunswick, Maryland 

George Madison McCauley Washington, D. C. 

Charles P. McFadden Elkton, Maryland 

Edward Ellesmere McKeige Mt. Rainier, Maryland 

John DeLashmutt Morris. Sykesville, Maryland 

Carvel G. Moseman Washington, D. C. 

Alvin McAdam Parker Washington, D. C. 

John Edgar Revelle .. Washington, D. C. 

Frank Willard Rothenhoefer Frederick, Maryland 

Joseph Bruff Seth, Jr St. Michaels, Maryland 

Russell Barnhart Strite Baltimore, Maryland 

Edward Stoops Thompson Rosslyn, Virginia 

COLLEGE OF HOME ECONOMICS 

Bachelor of Science 

Marie Estelle Langenfeldt Baltimore, Maryland 

Mary Elizabeth Riley _ ....Hyattsville, Maryland 

CANDIDATE FOR ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL DEGREE 

Electrical Engineer 
Julius Carl Hamke .Niagara Falls, New York 



CANDIDATES FOR THE MASTER'S DEGREE 

Master of Science 

Willard Walker Aldrich Port Deposit, Maryland 

Howard Reford Aldridge ...__.Mt. Savage, Maryland 

Pearl Anderson Amherst, New Hampshire 

George Ezekiel Bouis Mt. Washington, Maryland 

Walter Davis Bromley Pocomoke City, Maryland 

John Armistead Burroughs Lisbon , Maryland 

Houghton George Clapp Brentwood, Maryland 

Giles Buckner Cooke Gloucester, Virginia 

Anna Helen Emily Dorsey .....Ellicott City, Maryland 

Geary Eppley.. College Park, Maryland 

George Homer Fancher... Downey, California 

Roger Francis Hale Towson, Maryland 

Mark Hughlin Haller Washington, D. C. 

Millard Jacob Horn Washington, D. C. 

Herman Aull Hunter Clinton, South Carolina 

Leonard Bridwell Lincoln Forest Glen, Maryland 

Housden Lane Marshall Washington, D. C. 

Isabel Elli o tt McKinnell Chester, South Carolina 

Paul Vincent Mook Saegertown, Pennsylvania 

Robert Paul Straka Homestead, Pennsylvania 

Richard Layton Summerill Penns Grove, New Jersey 

Ross Franklin Wadkins Opelika, Alabama 

Henry Madison Walter Washington, D. C. 

Nathaniel John Wilson Frederick, Maryland 

Master of Arts 

Virginia Wemyss Brewer College Park, Maryland 

Franklin D. Day Hyattsville, Maryland 

Elizabeth Flenner Eppley College Park, Maryland 

Paul Sardo Frank Snow Hill, Maryland 

George Page Gardner Middletown, Maryland 

Philip Wilde Gates — Rockville, Maryland 

Dowell Jennings Howard Brookeville, Maryland 

Henry Ellsworth McBride Brunswick, Maryland 

Thomas Carlyle Martin Hughesville, Maryland 

Clarence Odie Minatra Ennis, Texas 

Henry Reese Shoemaker Middletown, Maryland 

Harold Carleton Wickard Cumberland, Maryland 

Benjamin Coppage Willis Federalsburg, Maryland 

Thelma Halsan Winkjer Washington, D. C. 

CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF 
PHILOSOPHY 

Victor Rickman Boswell College Park, Maryland 

Horace Smith Isbell Denver, Colorado 

Daniel Charles Lichtenwalner Tatome, Pennsylvania 

Reginald Robert McKibbin... Ottawa, Canada 

Edgar Bennett Starkey Baltimore, Maryland 

Charles Edward White Washington, D. C. 

WAR DEPARTMENT AWARDS OF COMMISSIONS AS 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS IN THE INFANTRY 

RESERVE CORPS 

Edward Russell Allen George Madison McCauley 

Edward Marion Barron Edward Ellesmere McKeige 

William Eric Bishop George Edward Melchior, Jr. 

Arthur Edward Bonnet Eric Carl Metzeroth 

Jean Herkimer Brayton Lionel Eastman Newcomer 

Leland Haney Cheek George Timothy O'Neill 

Alfred Henry Clark Hugh D. Reading 

Thomas Brooks Crawford Joseph Bruff Seth, Jr. 

Wade Gilbert Dent, Jr. Ernest Hughes Shipley 

Leoinel Kemp Ensor Ira McDuell Staley, Jr. 

Theodore Whitney Johnson Edward Stoops Thompson 

Joseph Leonard Jones Milton Stewart Whaley 

Laurence Lincoln Lehman William Hamilton Whiteford 
Joseph Clifford Longridge 



AWARD OF CADET MILITARY COMMISSIONS 

Joseph Bruff Seth, Jr., Lieutenant Colonel 
Milton Stewart Whaley, Major 
Edward Russell Allen, Captain 
Edward Marion Barron, Captain 
William Eric Bishop, Captain 
Leland Haney Cheek, Captain 
Alfred Henry Clark, Captain 
George Madison McCauley, Captain 
Edward Ellesmere McKeige, Captain 
Eric Carl Metzeroth, Captain 
George Timothy O'Neill, Captain 
Edward Stoops Thompson, Captain 
Arthur Edward Bonnet, First Lieutenant 
Jean Herkimer Brayton, First Lieutenant 
Thomas Brooks Crawford, First Lieutenant 
Wade Gilbert Dent, Jr. First Lieutenant 
Leoinel Kemp Ensor, First Lieutenant 
Theodore Whitney Johnson, First Lieutenant 
Joseph Leonard Jones, First Lieutenant 
Laurence Lincoln Lehman, First Lieutenant 
Joseph Clifford Longridge, First Lieutenant 
George Edward Melchior, Jr., First Lieutenant 
Lionel Eastman Newcomer, First Lieutenant 
Hugh D. Reading, First Lieutenant 
Ernest Hughes Shipley, First Lieutenant 
Ira McDuell Staley, Jr., First Lieutenant 
William Hamilton Whiteford, First Lieutenant 

AWARDS OF PHI KAPPA PHI CERTIFICATES 

Willard Walker Aldrich Edward Ellesmere McKeige 

Laura Betty Amos Reginald Robert McKibbin 

Pearl Anderson Phyllis Morgan 

Benjamin Hugh Bennett Priscilla Ballinger Pancoast 

Robert Surguy Caruthers Louise Richardson 

Alfred Henry Clark Joseph Bruff Seth, Jr. 

Ellsworth Francis DeAtley Willard Stanton Small 

Herbert Dieckmann Edward Stoops Thompson 

Leonard Maxwell Goodwin Reginald Van Trump Truitt 

William Francis Kellermann Sarah Olive Wallace 

Thomas Chadwick Kelley Nadia Virginia Wright 

Samuel Lebowitz Dorothy Oliver Young 
Daniel Charles Lichtenwalner 

MEDALS AND PRIZES 

Citizenship Medal offered by Mr. H. C. Byrd, class of 1908, to the member 
of the senior class who, during his collegiate career, has nearest typi- 
fied the model citizen and who has done most for the general advance- 
ment of the interests of the University. 

Awarded to Milton Stewart Whaley 

Citizenship Prize offered by Mrs. Albert F. Woods to the woman member 
of the senior class who, during her collegiate career, has nearest typi- 
fied the model citizen and has done most for the general advancement 
of the interests of the University. 

Awarded to Laura Betty Amos 

Silvester Medal for Excellence in Athletics offered by the class of 1908 to 
the man who typifies the best in college athletics. 

Awarded to William Carleton Supplee 

Athletic Trophy for women, offered by Dr. Albert F. Woods, to the senior 
woman student who typifies the best in collegiate athletics. 

Awarded to Patricia Wolf 

Special Award from the Administration of the University for effective co- 
operation in general University affairs during his senior year. 

Awarded to Joseph L. McGlone 

James Douglas Goddard Memorial Medal, offered by his sister, Mrs. Anna 
K. Goddard James, t<} a student from Prince George's County for 
excellence in scholarship and moral character. 

Awarded to._ Robert Surguy Caruthers 

Sigma Phi Sigma Medal offered by the Delta Chapter to the freshman who 
makes the highest scolastic average during the first semester. 

Awarded to Eva Lucille Atkinson and Emily Catherine Herzog 

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 — Elick Edward Norris 



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

Awarded to _ Charles Clarke Beach 

Woman's Senior Honor Society Cup offered to the woman student of the 
three upper classes having the highest scholastic average during the 
two semesters preceding its award. 

Awarded to.. - ..Ellen Jane Keiser 

The Diamondback Medals awarded for efficient and faithful service on the 
student weekly paper. 

Awarded to— Kenneth Gordon Stoner, George Timothy O'Neill, Margaret 
Beall Wolfe, Patricia Wolf, George Emerson Bishoff 

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

Awarded to New Mercer Literary Society 

"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., Commanded by Captain Ed- 
ward Russell Allen. 

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 Lt. Col. Joseph Bruff Seth, Jr. 

The Military Medal, offered by class of 1899, to the member of the battalion 
who proves himself the best drilled soldier. 

Awarded on Military Day to Cadet Paul Luckel Doerr 

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

Awarded on Military Day to. The Band, Commanded by Captain Ed- 
ward Marion Barron. 

Washington Chapter Alumni Cup offered to the best drilled platoon 

Awarded on Military Day to 2nd Platoon, Company A, Commanded by 

Lieutenant William Hamilton Whiteford. 

The Rifle Cup offered to the winner of the inter-class rifle competition. 

Awarded on Military Day to Freshman Class, Captained by Edward- 
Paul Sechrist. 

HONORABLE MENTION 

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

First Honors — 

Thomas Chadwick Kelley 

Herbert Dieckmann 

Joseph Darlington Hoopes 
Second Honors — 

Dwight Talmage Walker 

Francis Ridgely Todd 

James House Anderson 

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 
First Honors — 

John Earle Rice 

Paul Elisha Huffington 

Patricia Wolf 
Second Honors — 

George Willis Fogg 

Alfred Henry Clark 

Nadia Virginia Wright 

Eugenia Withers Clement 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

First Honors — 

Benjamin Hugh Bennett 

Louise Richardson 
Second Honors — 

Laura Betty Amos 

Priscilla Ballinger Pancoast 

Phyllis Morgan 

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 

First Honors — 

Samuel Lebowitz 

Edward Ellesmere McKeige 

Ellsworth Francis DeAtley 
Second Honors — 

Edward Stoops Thompson 

Robert Surguy Caruthers 
COLLEGE OF HOME ECONOMICS 
First Honors — 

Mary Elizabeth Riley