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Order of Exercises 



March Romaine Gounod 

University Orchestra 

Invocation Rev. B .P. Robertson, 

Hyattsville. Maryland 

Ballet Music from "Iphigenia" Gluck 

University Orchestra 

Address — "Agriculture, A Changing Industry" 

Hon. R. W. Dunlap, Assistant Secretary of Agriculture 

Presentation of Diplomas President R. A. Pearson 

Presentation of Military Commissions Col. Clarence Deems, Jr. 

Presentation of Medals President 

Announcements 

Benediction _ Rev. B. P. Robertson 

Recessional March Clark 

University Orchestra 



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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

PROGRAM 

of 

CLOSING EXERCISES 



June ninth to June eleventh 
nineteen hundred twenty-nine 



College Park 



SUNDAY, June 9tb, Baccalaureate Sunday. 

11:00 A. M. — Baccalaureate Exercises — Auditorium. 
Address by the Reverend Charles E. McAllister, 
B. D., M. A., Rector, Church of St. Michael 
and All Angels, Baltimore, Maryland. 

MONDAY, June 10th, Alumni and Class Day. 

10:00 A. M. — Annual meeting of Alumni Associa- 
tion — Chemical Building. 
Address by Daniel L. Grant, Ph. D., University 
of North Carolina. 



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Presentation of 


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3:00 P. M. — Senior Play — Auditorium. 
Award of Honors and Prizes. 
Transfer of Class Traditions to incoming Senior 
Class. 

5:00 P. M. — Class Reunions and Meetings. 

Classes designated for reunions this year — '29, 
'23, '22, '21, '20, '04, '03, '02, '01, '85, '84, 
'83, '82. 

6:3 P. M. — Class Reunion Dinners. 
9:00 P. M.-1:00 A. M. — Commencement Ball — 
Ritchie Gymnasium. 




TUESDAY, June 11th, Commencement Day. 

11:00 A. M. — Commencement Exercises — Ritchie 
Gymnasium. 

Address to the Graduating Class by the Honor- 
able Renick W. Dunlap, Assistant Secretary 
of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 



Academic Costume will be worn by the Graduating Class 
on Baccalaureate Sunday and by the Graduating 
Class and the Faculty on Commencement Day. 



CANDIDATES FOR CERTIFICATES IN AGRICULTURE 

Luis F. Vasquez-Bello Havana, Cuba 

Joaquin Navas, Jr Managua, Nicaragua 

Hugh M. Rudigier Baltimore, Maryland 

CANDIDATES FOR CERTIFICATES IN INDUSTRIAL 

EDUCATION 

Charles Ralph Anderson Baltimore, Maryland 

James Thomas Blackiston, Jr Baltimore, Maryland 

Edward Markey Boylan Baltimore, Maryland 

George Washington Holf acker Baltimore, Maryland 

Charles Ewald Klepper Baltimore, Maryland 

Peter Kuehn Baltimore, Maryland 

Daisy Patrick Mietzsch Baltimore, Maryland 

Roland Emerson Randall Baltimore, Maryland 

CANDIDATES FOR TEACHERS' DIPLOMAS 

Edith Frances Burnside CoU^^e Park, Maryland 

Edna May Burnside College Park, Maryland 

Philip Corkran Rhoataua Maryland 

Baxter Byron Cramer Waikersville, iviaryland 

M. Gladys Dickerson -. Linwood, Maryland 

Mena Rubina Edmonds Hyattsville, Maryland 

Paul Lewis Fisher Washington, D. C. 

Claire Lucille Foreman Washington, D. C. 

Eleanor Parker Freeny Delmar, Delaware 

Elizabeth Mae Garber Washington, D. C. 

Ciemencia Ann Gause W^ashington, D. C. 

Rebekah Frances Glading Lanham, Maryland 

Albert Leon Guertler Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania 

Ella J. Hadaway Rock Hall, Maryland 

Olyure Mildred Hammack Marbury, Maryland 

Emily Catherine Herzog Washington, D. C. 

Frances Hirshey Baltimore, Maryland 

Mildred Arlington Hislop Hyattsville, Maryland 

Norma Marie Kahney Baltimore, Maryland 

J. Orville Kefauver Middletown, Maryland 

Nellie Rine Kooken Westernport, Maryland 

Hazel Belle Kreider Hyattsville, Maryland 

Phyllis Walz Kress Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

May Grace Lighter Middletown, Maryland 

tred Cecil Linkous Pyiesville, Maryland 

Frances Jayne Maisch Hagerstown, Maryland 

Anne Rasin Matthews -. Worton, Maryland 

James Oswald Mc Williams . - Rhodesdale, Maryland 

Alverta Pearl Miller Grantsville, Maryland 

Mary Naomi Morris Salisbury, Maryland 

Katherine Brooks Morse Hyattsville, Maryland 

Mary Elizabeth Murray— Mt. Savage, Maryland 

Helen Frances Neely Brookeville, Maryland 

Theresa Barbara Nicht . Frostburg, Maryland 

Virginia Estelle Nickell Rising Sun, Maryland 

John Hughes Norton, Jr Hagerstown, Maryland 

John Bernard Parsons Washington, D. C. 

Alice Penelope Philips College Park, Maryland 

Marcia Elizabeth Pierce Washington, D. C. 

Anna Loleta Price Queenstown, Maryland 



Preston Wiley Ramsay Delta, Pennsylvania 

E. Kenneth Ranisburg Ellicott City, Maryland 

Carrie Elaine Robey Beltsville, Maryland 

Mary Cook Rogers Riverdale, Maryland 

Catherine Audrey Ryon ...Waldorf, Maryland 

Antoinette Angeline Santinie Burtonsville, Maryland 

Frances Louise Sellman Beltsville, Maryland 

Adele M. Siehler Catonsville, Maryland 

Ross Vernon Smith Frederick, Maryland 

Marion Weedman Wallace Sudlersville, Maryland 

Blanche Estelle Walter Fulton, Maryland 

Hazel Emma Watson Hancock, Maryland 

Henry Streett Whiteford Baltimore, Maryland 

Charles Merrick W^ilson Ingleside, Maryland 

John Arthur Wondrack Washington, D. C. 



CANDIDATES FOR THE BACHELOR'S DEGREE 

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

Bachelor of Science 

William H. Cockerill Purcellville, Va. 

William Cecil Cooper Salisbury, Maryland 

William Moore Garden Anacostia, D. C. 

Arthur Bryan Hamilton Darlington, Maryland 

Merl F. Hershberger ...Grantsville, Maryland 

Robert Stanley Johnston Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania 

Joseph Conrad Long Ridgely, Maryland 

Ralph Bernard Nestler Washington, D. C. 

Morris Ostrolenk Chevy Chase, Maryland 

E. Kenneth Ranisburg Ellicott City, Maryland 

Cecil Alfred Reneger Baltimore, Maryland 

Raymond Jerome Romary Ridgewood, New Jersey 

Ross Vernon Smith . Frederick, Maryland 

Stanley Phillips Stabler Spencerville, Maryland 

Lawrence William Strasburger Baltimore, Maryland 

Theret Thornton Taylor Cumberland, Maryland 

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Bachelor of Science 

Bruce Robert Billmeyer Cumberland, Maryland 

Bernard Brill Brooklyn, New York 

Nicholas Marius Comodo Hartford, Connecticut 

Mildred Marie Croll Federalsburg, Maryland 

James Arthur DeMarco Washington, D. C. 

Frank DiStasio New Haven, Connecticut 

Sidney Norton Eichenholtz New York, New York 

Paul Lewis Fisher Washington, D. C. 

Reuben Henry Israelson Baltimore, Maryland 

Aai'on Louis Kaminsky Newark, New Jersey 

Gordon Albert Kessler Washington, D. C. 

William Luther Lamar Washington, D. C. 

George Carlton Oland Olney, Maryland 

Harry Clarence Ort Midland, Maryland 

Moses Paulson . Baltimore, Maryland 

Maurice Herbert Pincus Brooklyn, New York 

Morris M. Rosenberg Brooklyn, New York 

Sidney Solmon Rosenstein Jersey City, New Jersey 

John Edmund Schueler, Jr Relay, Maryland 



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Jeanette Charlotte Sugar 

Harry Allen Teitelbaum 

Benjamin Earl Wenger 



Washington, D. C. 

Brooklyn, New York 

Washington, D. C. 



Bachelor of Arts 



George A. Aman Hyattsville, Maryland 

Ruth Barnard Perryville, Maryland 

H. Ross Black, Jr Hanover, Pennsylvania 

Herbert Nelson Budlong Washington, D. C. 

Edith Frances Burnside College Park, Maryland 

Edna May Burnside College Park, Maryland 

George Thomas Duvall Burroughs Upper Marlboro, Maryland 

James Wilkinson Chapman, III Chestertown, Maryland 

Thompson Bowker Clayton Chevy Chase, Maryland 

Omar D. Crothers, Jr Elkton, Maryland 

Thurston Nourse Dean Washington, D. C. 

Clarence Truman Ensor New Windsor, Maryland 

Herman Epstein Centreville, Maryland 

William Fletcher Washington, D. C. 

Claire Lucille Foreman Washington, D. C. 

Clemencia Ann Cause Washington, D. C. 

Albert Leon Guertler Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania 

Olyure Mildred Hammack Marbury, Maryland 

John Edward Holland, Jr Princess Anne, Maryland 

Henry Holzapf el, III Hagerstown, Maryland 

William McClave Holzapfel Hagerstown, Maryland 

James Birch Hudson, Jr Stockton, Maryland 

Richard Carlisle Insley Salisbury, Maryland 

Wade Hampton Insley, Jr Salisbury, Maryland 

Joseph Leonard Jones Sparrow's Point, Maryland 

J. Russell Jones Laurel, Maryland 

Norma Marie Kahney Baltimore, Maryland 

John Leo Keenan Windber, Pennsylvania 

Harold L. Kreider Hyattsville, Maryland 

Phyllis Walz Kress Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

Rose Alice Laughlin Cumberland, Maryland 

Fred Buffington Linton Takoma Park, Maryland 

Bui'ton Allen McGann Washington, D. C. 

Walter Gelston McNeil, Jr Baltimore, Maryland 

John Hughes Norton, Jr Hagerstown, Maryland 

Marian Knox Palmer Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Alice Penelope Philips College Park, Maryland 

Walter Preston Plumley, Jr Takoma Park, Maryland 

Addison Scott Pollock Washington, D. C. 

Barney Morton Robbin Washington, D. C. 

Frances Louise Sellman Beltsville, Maryland 

Edward Allen Shepherd Hyattsville, Maryland 

Robert Cook Simmons Takoma Park, D. C. 

Douglas I. Smink Baltimore, Maryland 

E. Nelson Snouffer, Jr Buckeystown, Maryland 

Gertrude Cropley Speiden -• Riverdale, Maryland 

Bartram Franklin Stiffler Silver Spring, Maryland 

Virginia Miller Sturgis- Hyattsville, Maryland 

Margaret Elaine Temple Riverdale, Maryland 

Hazel Julia Tenney Hagerstown, Maryland 

Hazel Emma Watson Hancock, Maryland 

Philip Wertheimer Frederick, Maryland 

Augustine Edwax'd Winnemore Chevy Chase, Maryland 



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Bachelor of Science 

Philip Coikian Rhodesdale, Maryland 

M. Gladys Dickerson Linwood, Maryland 

Elizabeth Mae Garber Washington, D. C. 

Ella J. Hadaway Rock Hall, Maryland 

Mary Katherine Johnson Anacostia, D. C. 

May Grace Lighter Middletown, Maryland 

Fred Cecil Linkous Pylesville, Maryland 

Anne Rasin Matthews : Worton, Maryland 

James Oswald McWilliams Rhodesdale, Maryland 

Mary Naomi Morris Salisbury, Maryland 

Theresa Barbara Nicht . Frostburg Maryland 

Anna Loleta Price Queenstown, Maryland 

Mary Cook Rogers Riverdale, MarylanJ 

Marion Weedman Wallace Sudlersville, Maryland 

Charles Merrick Wilson Ingleside, Maryland 

John Arthur Wondrack Washington, D. C. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Baxter Byron Cramer Walkersville, Maryland 

Eleanor Parker Freeny Delmar, Delaware 

Rebekah Frances Glading Lanham, Maryland 

Emily Catherine Herzog Washington, D. C.- 
Frances Hirshey Baltimore, Maryland 

Mildred Arlington Hislop Hyattsville, Maryland 

J. Orville Kefauver Middletown, Maryland 

Nellie Rine Kooken Westernport, Maryland 

Hazel Belle Kreider Hyattsville, Maryland 

Frances Jayne Maisch Hagerstown, Maryland 

Mary Elizabeth Murray Mt. Savage, Maryland 

Helen Frances Neely Brookeville, Maryland 

Virginia Estelle Nickell Rising Sun, Maryland 

John Bernard Parsons Washington, D. C. 

Marcia Elizabeth Pierce Washington, D. C. 

Preston Wiley Ramsay Delta, Pennsylvania 

Carrie Elaine Robey Beltsville, Maryland 

Catherine Audrey Ryon Waldorf, Maryland 

Antoinette Angeline Santinie Burtonsville, Maryland 

Adele M. Siehler Catonsville, Maryland 

Blanche Estelle Walter ; Fulton, Maryland 

Henry Streett Whiteford Baltimore, Maryland 

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 

Bachelor of Science 

Walter S. Atkinson Pocomoke, Maryland 

John Chester Barto Cordova, Maryland 

Raymond Douglas Blakeslee Washington, D. C, 

James Delmar Bock Mt. Rainier, Maryland 

Lawrence Joseph Bomberger College Park, Maryland 

Julian Upton Bowman Germantown, Maryland 

William Leo Bryan Washington, D. C. 

Charles Hoos Caldwell Baltimore, Maryland 

Harry Dallas Cashell Washington, D. C. 

Raymond Colburn Havre de Grace, Maryland 

Rudolph W. Dauber Washington, D. C. 

Arthur Edward Dodd Salisbury,. Maryland 

John Clagett Duvall Washington, D. C. 



William Horace Elliott Oxford, Maryland 

Robert L. Evans Washington, D. C. 

Henry Clark Fox Baltimore, Maryland 

Ross K. Gessford Washington, D. C. 

Thomas Harvey Graham . Washington, D. C. 

William Edward Grieb Washington, D. C. 

Jay V. Hall . Washington, D. C. 

Robert Argrizola Hitch = Washington, D. C. 

William Weller Holloway Salisbury, Maryland 

Raymond Franklin lager Washington, D.C. 

Charles Hercus Just Landover, Maryland 

Charles Vinton Koons Washington, D. C. 

John Meredith Leach Washington, D. C. 

Emmett Taylor Loane __. Baltimore, Maryland 

Benjamin Munroe, Jr .. Takoma Park, D. C. 

Edward Attilio Pisapia Washington, D. C. 

Elmer Hempel Rehberger (Class of 1928) Baltimore, Maryland 

William Irvine Russell . Washington, D. C. 

John C. Slack Washington, D. C. 

Ralph Charles VanAllen Washington, D. C. 

Jack C. Vierkorn Washington, D. C. 

Frederick Derrick Wallett Havre de Grace, Maryland 

Alfred Franklin Weirich Hyattsville, Maryland 

Robert Randolph Welsh Washington, D. C. 

H. Edward Wheeler._ Bel Air, Maryland 

COLLEGE OF HOME ECONOMICS 

Bachelor of Science 

Katharine Reeme Appleman College Park, Maryland 

Mena Rubina Edmonds Hyattsville, Maryland 

Phyllis Harbaugh Washington, D. C. 

Aline Elizabeth Herzog Washington, D. C. 

Margaret Mina McMinimy Washington, D. C. 

Alverta Pearl Miller Grantsville, Maryland 

CANDIDATES FOR THE MASTER'S DEGREE 

Master of Science 

George Jenvey Abrams , Washington, D. C. 

Elmer Arthur Beavens Washington, D. C. 

Martin Becker .. East Orange, New Jersey 

Myi'on Herbert Berry West Chester, Pennsylvania 

Josephine Mudd Blandford College Park, Maryland 

John J. Bowman Washington, D. C. 

Lewis Bolster Ditman Westminster, Maryland 

Daniel Cox Fahey, Jr Hyattsville, Maryland 

Wilton Cope Harden Catonsville, Maryland 

Robert L. Herd Washburn, Missouri 

Harry James Newell Lansing, Michigan 

Engelbert Herrling Schmidt Washington, D. C. 

Edouard Horace Siegler Takoma Park, D. C. 

Florence Tucker Simonds College Park, Maryland 

Charles Stratton Stoops Chestertown, Maryland 

William Millan Stuart : Washington, Virginia 

Benton Bosworth Westfall Buckhannon, West Vii'ginia 

Katharine Kirk Worthington Baltimore, Maryland 

Leidy Detwiler Zern Norristown, Pennsylvania 



Master of Arts 

Arthur Calvin Bready Rockville, Maryland 

Samuel McCardell Jenness Colora, Maryland 

Verlin C. Krabill Pocomoke City, Maryland 

Rowena G. McColley Erie, Pennsylvania 

Edmund Erskin Miller Takonia Park, Maryland 

Katherine Brooks Morse .-. Hyattsville, Mai'yland 

Ellwood Radmoor Nicholas College Park, Maryland 

George Timothy O'Neill Silver Spring, Maryland 

Elmer Hempel Rehberger Baltimore, Maryland 

Estelle Rowe Meyersdale, Pennsylvania 

Kenneth Gorden Stoner Hagerstown, Mai-yland 

Adelyn Beatrice Venezky Hyattsville, Maryland 

Ralph Rayner Webster ....Deal's Island, Maryland 

Mary Stewart York..^ College Park, Maryland 

CANDIDATES FOR ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL DEGREES 

Civil Engineer 

John Albert Bromley Annapolis, Maryland 

Electrical Engineer 

Barnwell Rhett King Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Arthur G. Pi-angley, Jr Washington, D. C. 

Mechanical Engineer 

Wirt Draper Bartlett Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Carlton M. Compher Detroit, Michigan 

Charles Leonard Linhardt Baltimore, Maryland 

Edward Roane Melton, Jr New York, New York 

CANDIDATES FOR DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

Giles Buckner Cooke '. Gloucester, Virginia 

Oeorge Haines Hyattsville, Maryland 

Millard Jacob Horn Washington, D. C. 

Albert Freeman Mason Pasadena, California 

Andrew J. Moyer . Lucerne, Indiana 

Merritt Nichol Pope Falls Church, Virginia 

Charles Linton Smith Covin, Alabama 

William Harold Upshall Vineland Station, Ontario 

Degrees and Certificates Conferred Since Last Commencement 

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

Bachelor of Science 

Andrew Basil Phucas Washington, D. C. 

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Bachelor of Arts 

Milton S. Collins Berlin, Maryland 

James Joseph DeRan, Jr Pylesville, Maryland 

Irving Russell Greenlaw Ridgewood, New Jersey 

Howard S. Jacobson Newark, New Jersey 

William Merven Seabold Catonsville, Maryland 



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Bachelor of Science 

Thomas Paul Hacket Queen Anne, Maryland 

Bachelor of Arts 

Eleanor Blanche Henderson Cumberland, Maryland 

Josephine Mary Kelly Washington, D. C. 

Lenora Alberta Mayer Frostburg, Maryland 

Daniel Ruch Staley Knoxville, Maryland 

Teacher's Diplomas 

Thomas Paul Hackett Josephine Mary Kelly 

Eleanor Blanche Henderson Lenora Alberta Mayer 

WAR DEPARTMENT AWARDS OF COMMISSIONS AS 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS IN THE INFANTRY 

RESERVE CORPS 



James Delmar Bock 

R. Duncan Clark 

Benjamin Dyer 

Richard J. Epple 

Arthur A. Froehlich 

William Leatherbury Hopkins 

Thomas A. Hughes 

Warren Britton Hughes 

Charles Vinton Koons 

Harold L. Kreider 

John Meredith Leach 

Frank A. Leschinsky 

Fred Buffington Linton 



Harry Clarence Ort 
John Bernard Parsons 
Edward Attilio Pisapia 
Walter Preston Plumley, Jr. 
Milton Monroe Price 
William Ii-vine Russell 
Edward Allen Shepherd 
Ralph Charles VanAllen 
Alfred Franklin Weirich 
Philip Wei'theimer 
H. Edward Wheeler 
John Arthur Wondrack 



HONORS, MEDALS AND PRIZES 

ELECTED TO PHI KAPPA PHI HONORARY SOCIETY 



Herbert Nelson Budlong 
Giles Buckner Cooke 
Rudolph W. Dauber 
Eleanor Parker Freeny 
George Haines 
Aline Elizabeth Herzog 
Emily Catherine Hei'zog 
Norma Marie Kahney 
Charles Vinton Koons 
Rose Alice Laughlin 
John Meredith Leach 



Joseph Conrad Long 
Frances Jayne Maisch 
Margaret Mina McMinimy 
Alverta Pearl Miller 
Andrew J. Moyer 
Catherine Audrey Ryon 
Ross Vernon Smith 
Kenneth Gorden Stoner 
Ralph Charles VanAllen 
Philip Wertheimer 



Citizenship Prize, 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 Fred Buffington Linton 

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 ! :__..„.Emily Catherine Herzog 



Silvester Medal for Excellence in Athletics, offered by the class of 1908, 

to the man who typifies the best in college athletics. 
Awarded to Gordon Albert Kessler 

Maryland Ring offered by Charles L. Linhardt to the Maryland man out- 
standing for the year in athletics. 
Awarded to Omar D. Crothers, Jr. 

James Douglas Goddai'd Memorial Medal, offered by his sister, Mrs. Anna 
K. Goddard James, to a student from Prince George's County for 
excellence in scholarship and moral character. 

Awarded to Edgar Haight Swick 

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

who makes the highest scholastic average during the first semester. 

Awarded to . George Feltham Openshaw 

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 John R. M. Burger, Jr. 

Wo:pian's Senior Honor Society Cup, offered to the woman member of the 
senior class who has been in attendance at least three full years, and 
who has made the highest scholastic average. 

Awarded to Frances Jayne Maisch 

Alumni Medal for excellence in debate. 

Awarded to Herbert O. Eby 

The Diamondback Medals awarded for efficient and faithful service on the 

student weekly paper. 
Awarded to John Edmund Schueler, Jr.; J. Donald Kieffer, Clemencia 

Ann Cause, Walter Gelston McNeil, Jr. 
The Reveille Medals awarded for efficient and faithful service on the 

student year book. 
Awarded to William James JCinnamon, Madison Emory Lloyd, 

Genevieve Grace Wright 
"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, 

Govei"nor of Maryland, to the best drilled company. 
Awarded to Company D, Commanded by Captain Harold L. Kreider 

Military Faculty Award, to the student who has done most for the Reserve 

Officers' Training Corps. 
Awarded to Lieut. Col. Fred B. Linton 

The Military Medal, offered by Class of 1899, to the member of the battalion 

who proves himself the best drilled soldier. 
Awarded to Private Edmund G. Whitehead 

The Alumni Cup, offered to the Lieutenant commanding the best drilled 

Platoon. 
Awarded to Lieutenant Milton Monroe Price, First Platoon, Company E 

University of Maryland Prize (Saber), to the best company commander. 
Awarded to Captain Harold L. Kreider 

Third Corps Area Silver Medal, to the student making the highest gallery 

score in the Third Corps Area Match. 
Awarded to Willis T. Frazier 

Third Corps Area Bronze Medal, to the student making the second highest 

gallery score in the Third Corps Area Match. 
Awarded to Frederick H. Marshall 



HONORABLE MENTION 

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

First Honors — 

Joseph Conrad Long 

Ralph Bernard Nestler 
Second Honors — 

William Cecil Cooper 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



First Honors- 



Rose Alice Laughlin 
Norma Marie Kahney 
Olyure Mildred Hammack 
Margaret Elaine Temple 
H. Ross Black, Jr. 
Philip Wertheimer 
Herbert Nelson Budlong 
Ruth Barnard 
Second Honors — 

Clemencia Ann Cause 
George Carlton Oland 
Harry Allen Teitelbaum 
Phyllis Walz Kress 
Edith Frances Burnside 
Fred BufRngton Linton 
Edna May Burnside 







First Honors — 



Second Honors- 



First Honors — 



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Mary Elizabeth Murray 
Frances Jayne Maisch 
Emily Catherine Herzog 
Mary Cook Rogers 

Nellie Rine Kooken 
Marcia Elizabeth Pierce 
J. Orville Kefauver 
Catherine Audrey Ryon 

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 

Rudolph W. Dauber 
Charles Vinton Koons 
Ralph Charles VanAllen 
John Meredith Leach 



Second Honors — 

Robert L. Evans 



First Honors- 



Benjamin Munroe, Jr. 
Thomas Harvey Graham 
Raymond Douglas Blakeslee 

COLLEGE OF HOME ECONOMICS 

Margaret Mina McMinimy