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Order of Exercises 



Processional Marche Clark 

University Orchestra 

Invocation Rev. Ronalds Taylor, 

College Park, Maryland 

Ballet Music from Faust Gounod 

University Orchestra 

Address — "Success" 

Hon. James Brown Scott, Secretary, Carnegie Endowment for 
International Peace 

Presentation of Diplomas President R. A. Pearson 

Presentation of Military Commissions. 

Presentation of Medals and Prizes 

Announcements 

Benediction Rev. Ronalds Taylor 

Recessional — . Mendelssohn 

University Orchestra 



CANDIDATES FOR CERTIFICATES IN INDUSTRIAL 
EDUCATION 

Raymond Earle Bell Baltimore, Maryland 

Claude Albert Burkert .Baltimore, Maryland 

Nicholas Robert DeCesare Baltimore, Maryland 

Loren George Gilbert Baltimore, Maryland 

Henry Leonard Hensen, Jr Baltimore, Maryland 

John William Myers Baltimore. Maryland 

Lindsay Nicol Baltimore, Maryland 

Aquilla Joseph Pumphrey . Baltimore, Maryland 

William Joseph Rassa , Baltimore, Maryland 

Charles Lourdous Reiter Baltimore, Maryland 

Frederick Volland Baltimore, Maryland 

Ralph Allen Winter Baltimore, Maryland 

CANDIDATES FOR TEACHER'S DIPLOMAS 

George Watson Algire Hampstead, Maryland 

Howard Hammond Andei'son Princess Anne, Maryland 

Evelyn Fuller Ballou Washington, D. C. 

Catherine Douglas Barnsley Rockville, Maryland 

Isabel Dixon Bewick Cumberland, Maryland 

Sarah Marguerite Bewley Berwyn, Maryland 

Marian Pauline Bullard Riverdale, Maryland 

Carolyn Sue Chesser , Pocomoke, Maryland 

Beulah Mildred Coker Brentwood, Maryland 

Robert Henry Conk Long Branch, New Jersey 

Margaret P. Creeger Thurmont, Maryland 

Hazel Lenore Dawson Cumberland, Maryland 

Elsie Margaret DeMooy Washington, D. C. 

Isabel Dynes Chevy Chase, Maryland 

Samuel William Fishkin Linden, New Jersey 

Sarah Virginia Fooks , Preston, Maryland 

Helen Virginia Gingell Berwyn, Maryland 

Edythe Eckenrode Gordon Washington, D. C. 

Lloyd Ellis Groshon Graceham, Maryland 

Margaret Loretto Hannon Frostburg, Maryland 

Roberta Harrison Washington, D. C. 

Helena J. Hartenstein New Freedom^ Pennsylvania 

Wilfred Erwin Higgins Bethesda, Maryland 

Roberta Dyer Howard Hyattsville, Maryland 

Yola Virginia Hudson Cumberland, Maryland 

Virginia May Kalmbach , Washington, D. C. 

Margaret Karr Bethesda, Maryland 

Wilhelmina Dorothea KroU , Washington, D. C. 

Marian Evelyn Lane . Washington, D. C. 

Margaret Vernon Leighton Mt. Lake Park, Maryland 

Florence Clarissa McLeod ,. Alexandria, Virginia 

Edward Franklin Moser Thurmont, Maryland 

Warren Graham Myers Thurmont, Maryland 

Wilbur Gibbs Myers Washington, D. C. 

Rosalie Nathanson Leonardtown, Maryland 

Thorman Archer Nelson .Washington, D. C. 

Alice Curry Nourse Dawsonville, Maryland 

M. Marlin Ramsburg Frederick. Maryland 

Robert Kenneth Remsburg Middletown, Maryland 

Evalyn Stinchcomb Ridout Annapolis, Maryland 

Elsie Elizabeth Ryon Waldorf, Maryland 

Barbara Schilling Cumberland, Maryland 

Alice Elizabeth Taylor Perryville, Maryland 

Louise Scarborough Townsend Girdletree, Maryland 

Lucy Rea Voris.— Laurel, Maryland 

Willis Hall White College Park, Maryland 

Margaret Wisner Takoma Park, Maryland 

Genevieve Grace Wright- Chevy Chase, Maryland 



CANDIDATES FOR THE BACHELOR'S DEGREE 

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

Bachelor of Science 

Howard Hammond Anderson Princess Anne, Maryland 

William Allen Boyles Westernport, Maryland 

Arthur Paul Dunnigan Pylesville, Maryland 

James B. Gahan Berwyn, Maryland 

Charles Gibson Grey Washington, D. C. 

Evangeline Lillis Gruver Hyattsville, Maryland 

Ernest Samuel Hemming Easton, Maryland 

Wilfred Erwin Higgins Bethesda, Maryland 

Herbert Russell Hoopes Bel Air, Maryland 

Ira Lee Langeluttig Baltimore, Maryland 

Rupert Ballou Lillie Washington, D. C. 

George Francis Madigan Washington, D. C. 

Paul Charles Marth Easton, Maryland 

Norman Edgar Pennington Kennedyville, Maryland 

M. Marlin Ramsburg Frederick, Maryland 

William Arthur Randall . Washington, D. C. 

Robert Kenneth Remsburg Middletown, Maryland 

Frederick William Ribnitzki .Washington, D. C. 

William Lawrence Sanders Havre de Grace, Maryland 

Arthur Hermann Schreiber Chevy Chase, D. C. 

Norval H. Spicknall, Jr Hyattsville, Maryland 

William Robert Teeter Elkton, Maryland 

Viron Van Williams Baltimore, Maryland 

Theodore Bennington Weiss North Bergen, New Jersey 

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Bachelor of Science 

Catherine Douglas Barnsley Rockville, Maryland 

Robert Henry Conk '. Long Branch, New Jersey 

Samuel Edward Einhorn Newark, New Jersey 

Samuel William Fishkin Linden, New Jersey 

Hyman P. Friedman Brooklyn, New York 

John Lion Gardiner Berwyn, Maryland 

Ernest Victor Haines Washington, D. C. 

Ruth Cowan Hays Washington, D. C. 

Albert Bogley Heagy Washington, D. C. 

William Wagner Heintz Washington, D. C. 

Philip Asbury Insley Cambridge, Maryland 

Joseph Victor Jerardi Baltimore, Maryland 

Henry J. Kaplan Spring Valley, New York 

Melvin Elwood Koons Washington, D. C. 

Bernard Korostoff Brooklyn , New York 

Ruth Charlotte Lawless Washington, D. C. 

John Elias McDonald Washington, D. C. 

George Henry Roberts Washington, D. C. 

Paul Owen Rockwell Baltimore, Maryland 

Howard Earl Sangston Washington, D. C. 

Claire Pinkney Schley Shepherdstown, West Virginia 

Loris Elwood Williams Takoma Park, D. C. 

Carl Alexander Wirts Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Howard Lester Zupnik New Freedom, Pennsylvania 



Bachelor of Arts 

James Harrison Benner Washington, D. C. 

William G. Bradley Hyattsville, Maryland 

Margaret Emma Brewer Washington, D. C. 

John Murray Bush Hampstead, Maryland 

Elizabeth Louise Carmichael Riverdale, Maryland 

William P. Chaffinch II Easton, Maryland 

Marguerite Anne Claflin College Park, Maryland 

Robert Duncan Clark Chevy Chase, Maryland 

William Wilfred Cobey Quincy, Florida 

William Wilder Evans Chevy Chase, Maryland 

Carl N. Everstine Cumberland, Maryland 

Sarah Virginia Fooks Preston, Maryland 

Edythe Eckenrode Gordon Washington, D. C. 

Samuel Gordon Washington, D. C. 

Walker Augustus Hale Washington, D. C. 

Frederick Hetzel Cumberland, Maryland 

Amos Albert Holter Jefferson, Maryland 

William Leatherbury Hopkins Baltimore, Maryland 

Richard Chalmers Hughes Washington, D. C. 

Warren Britton Hughes Washington, D. C. 

Mary Elizabeth Sherman Jones Olney, Maryland 

Virginia May Kalmbach Washington, D. C. 

Joseph Donald Kieffer Baltimore, Maryland 

William J. Kinnamon Easton, Maryland 

A. H. Koldewey Catonsville, Maryland 

Urban Thomas Linzey, Jr Towson, Maryland 

William Lipscomb Lucas Baltimoi-e, Maryland 

Robert John McCandlish, Jr Hancock, Maryland 

Florence Clarissa McLeod Alexandria, Virginia 

Margaret Meigs Bethesda, Maryland 

Fulton Talmadge Mister Baltimore, Maryland 

Thomas Edward Myers Washington, D. C. 

Wilbur Gibbs Myers Washington, D. C. 

Joseph Donald Nevius College Park, Maryland 

William Paul Nowell Washington, D. C. 

Alice Louise Orton Washington, D. C. 

William Tyler Page, Jr Chevy Chase, Maryland 

Jerrold Vernon Powers Hyattsville, Maryland 

John B. S. Purdy Washington, D. C. 

Evalyn Stinchcomb Ridout Annapolis, Maryland 

John Van Allen Robertson Ridgewood, New Jersey 

Irving H. Rosenbaum Newburgh, New York 

William Theodore Rosenbaum . Brooklyn, New York 

Barbara Schilling Cumberland, Maryland 

Robert Talbert Settle Baltimore, Maryland 

B. Stanley Simmons, Jr Washington, D. C. 

Edwin Greenwood Stimpson Washington, D. C. 

Harry Schaden Troxell Northampton, Pennsylvania 

John N. Umbarger Bel Air, Maryland 

Edwin S. Valliant Centreville, Maryland 

Lucy Rea Voris Laurel, Maryland 

Julius Russell Ward Paris, Maryland 

Richard Miles White Hyattsville, Maryland 

Millard Satterfield Whiteley Preston, Maryland 

Harry Norman Wilson Ingleside, Maryland 

Lawrence Pratt Winnemore Chevy Chase, Maryland 

Margaret Wisner Takoma Park, Maryland 

Genevieve Grace Wright Chevy Chase, Maryland 

Seymour Ziegler Baltimore, Maryland 



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 



Bachelor of Science 

Isabel Dixon Bewick Cumberland, Maryland 

Marian Pauline Bullard Riverdale, Maryland 

Carolyn Sue Chesser „ Pocomoke, Maryland 

Beulah Mildred Coker Brentwood, Maryland 

Yola Virginia Hudson Cumberland, Maryland 

Margaret Karr Bethesda, Maryland 

Wilhelmina Donathea Kroll Washington, D. C. 

Marian Evelyn Lane Washington, D. C. 

Margaret Vernon Leighton Mt. Lake Park, Maryland 

Edward Franklin Moser Thurmont, Maryland 

Warren Graham Myers Thurmont, Maryland 

Thorman Archer Nelson Washington, D. C. 

Alice Curry Nourse Dawsonville, Maryland 



Bachelor of Arts 



George Watson Algire 

Evelyn Fuller Ballou 

Helen Virginia Gingell 

Margaret Loretto Hannon 

Roberta Harrison 

Helena J. Hartenstein . 

Roberta Dyer Howard 

Erma Louise Lowe 

Ora Blanche Lowe 

Rosalie Nathanson 

Elsie Elizabeth Ryon 

Alice Elizabeth Taylor 

Louise Scarborough Townsend 



Hampstead, Maryland 

Washington, D. C. 

Berwyn, Maryland 

Frostburg, Maryland 

Washington, D. C. 

-New Freedom, Pennsylvania 

Hyattsville, Maryland' 

Pylesville, Maryland 

Pylesville, Maryland 

Leonardtown, Maryland 

Waldorf, Maryland 

Perry ville, Maryland 

Girdletree, Maryland 



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 



Bachelor of Science 

Chauncey Albert Ahalt Middletown, Maryland 

Charles Bingham Bishop Washington, D. C. 

Harry Diven Boublitz Baltimore, Maryland 

Anthony Frank Cerrito Baltimore, Maryland 

James Donald DeMarr Berwyn, Maryland 

Charles Russell Dodson Takoma Park, Maryland 

Richard John Epple Ridgewood, New Jersey 

William Hartge Fifer Galesville, Maryland 

Arthur A. Froehlich . West Palm Beach, Florida 

James Miller Gordon Takoma Park, Maryland 

Luther Harper Cumberland, Maryland 

Howard Hamilton Hine Baltimore, Maryland 

Carroll Staley James Frederick, Maryland 

Harry Aydelotte Jarvis .. Berlin, Maryland 



Kendall P. Jarvis. 

Samuel Letvin 

Floyd Randall Lininger 

Foster Ellis Lipphard 

Madison Emory Lloyd 

Robert William Lockridge 

John Edwin Perham 

George Thwaite Phipps 

Milton M. Price 

Robert Frederick Quinn 

Eugene Joseph Roberts 

William Craycroft Schofield 

Hale French Sehorn 



Berlin, Maryland 

Washington, D. C. 

-Westernport, Maryland 

Washington, D. C. 

..Cockeysville, Maryland 
...Edmonston, Maryland 
-Hagerstown, Maryland 

Washington, D. C. 

Washington, D. C. 

Washington, D. C. 

Washington, D. C. 

Washington' D. C. 

Washington, D. C. 



Francis Devereaux Stephens Washington, D. C. 

Roy Benjamin Tansill Baltimore, Maryland 

Norman Lafayette Taylor Salisbury, Maryland 

James Nicholas Wallace :.--_Washington, D. C. 

Charles Alexander Willmuth Kenilworth, D. C. 

William S. Wilson, Jr Salisbury, Maryland 

COLLEGE OF HOME ECONOMICS 

Bachelor of Scienxe 

Sarah Marguerite Bewley Berwyn, Maryland 

Margaret P. Creeger Thurmont, Maryland 

Isabel Dynes Chevy Chase, Maryland 

Dorathea Sophia Freseman Baltimore, Maryland 

Estelle Eanies Harrison. Baltimare, Maryland 

Anna Elizabeth Hicks : Fairchance, Pennsylvania 

Estelle Hoffa Barton, Maryland 

Maude Elizabeth Lewis Washington ,D. C. 

Lillian Ida Lunenburg Washington, D. C. 

Grace Maxwell Luke, Maryland 

Claudine Morgan __Lonaconing, Maryland 

Margaret Smith Pressley Elk Ridge, Maryland 

Katherine Elizabeth Rodier Washington, D. C. 



CANDIDATES FOR THE MASTER'S DEGREE 



Master of Science 

Mena Edmonds Bafford Hyattsville, Maryland 

John C. Bauer Baltimore, Maryland 

Meyer Berliner Rock Beach, New York 

William Paul Briggs... Washington, D. C. 

Jack Bronitsky Brooklyn, New York 

Robert Lyle Carolus Sterling, Illinois 

Ray Milo Carter -. Baltimore, Maryland 

Frederick Hughes Evans Washington, D. C. 

Paul Lewis Fisher Washington, D. C. 

Paul Wilbur Frey Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

Howard W. Gilbert Frostburg, Maryland 

Castillo Graham Blodgett, Mississippi 

Perry Kips Harrison 1 Picayune, Mississippi 

William Thornwell Henerey Sedalia, South Carolina 

Paul Ransome Henson McLoud, Oklahoma 

George Kirby Holmes, Jr Washington, D. C. 

Ray Hurley Peach Bottom, Pennsylvania 

Glenn Arthur Little Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland 

Daniel Boone Lloyd Glenndale, Maryland 

William Amos Matthews Portsmouth, Virginia 

Helen Estelle Mattoon Woodstock, Maryland 

Donald McCreary Mt. Pleasant, Iowa 

Ruth Musser Baltimore, Maryland 

Marion Wesley Parker Salisbury, Maryland 

Roy W. Riemenschneider Litchfield, Illinois 

Harry William Rudel Perth Amboy, New Jersey 

Frank J. Slama Baltimore, Maryland 

Paul William Smith Washington, D. C. 

Thomas Benton Smith Bedford, Pennsylvania 

Theret Thornton Taylor .._... Cumberland, Maryland 

Glenn Statler Weiland Hagerstown, Maryland 

Samuel Henry Winterberg Grantsville, Maryland 



Master of Arts 

Margaret Grant Brewer College Park, Maryland 

Margaret E. Butler Washington, D. C. 

Anne Margaret Cahill Chicago, Illinois 

Elsie Margaret DeMooy Washington, D. C. 

Mary Evelvn Kuhnle __Westernport, Maryland 

Mary Elizabeth Murray ^^- Mt. Savage, Maryland 

Adelia Elsa Rosasco Hyattsville, Maryland 

Willis Hall White College Park, Maryland 

CANDIDATES FOR ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL DEGREE 

Civil Engineer 

William Francis Kellerman Washington, D. C. 

Frank Willard Rothenhoefer Frederick, Maryland 

Electrical Engineer 

Morris Judson Baldwin Erie, Pennsylvania 

Robert Surguy Caruthers New York, New York 

Edward Ellesmere McKeige Wesleyville, Pennsylvania 

John Phillip Schaefer Washington, D. C. 

Albert Hall Sellman Washington, D. C. 

Mechanical Engineer 

Harry Benton Hoshall College Park, Maryland 

William Frederick Korff Schenectady, New York 

CANDIDATES FOR DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 

Willard Walker Aldrich Washington, D. C. 

Lewis Arrowood Fletcher.. Bennettsville, South Carolina 

Otto Reinmuth I.Baltimore, Maryland 

DEGREES CONFERRED SINCE LAST COMMENCEMENT 

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 
Bachelor of Arts 

Robert Everett Hoar Ridgewood, New Jersey 

Robert Maphis Wick Washington, D. C. 

Bachelor of Science 

Joseph G. Diamond Long Branch, New Jersey 

John C. Dumler Baltimore, Maryland 

David Halperin Jersey City, New Jersey 

Harriette Virginia Peaseley Richmond, Virginia 

Solomon Harris Pink Passaic, New Jersey 

Daniel Robert Robinson ^ Brooklyn, New York 

Robert Rubenstein Jersey City, New Jersey 

Harold Sager Bayonne, New Jersey 

Arthur James Statman Newark, New Jersey 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

Bachelor of Arts 

Frank John Getty Grantsville, Maryland 



WAR DEPARTMENT AWARDS OF COMMISSIONS AS 
SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

THE INFANTRY RESERVE CORPS 

William Wagner Heintz Robert William Lockridge 

Philip Asbury Insley William Lipscomb Lucas 

William J. Kinnamon Joseph Donald Nevius 

Melvin Elwood Koons John Thomas O'Neill 

Foster Ellis Lipphard William Edward Siddall 

John N. Umbarger 

THE SIGNAL CORPS RESERVE CORPS 



Graef William Buehm 
James Donald DeMarr 



Luther Harper 
Eugene Joseph Roberts 



HONORS, MEDALS AND PRIZES 

ELECTED TO PHI KAPPA PHI HONORARY SOCIETY 



Catherine Douglas Barnsley 
John C. Bauer 
Margaret E. Butler 
Charles Russell Dodson 
Isabel Dynes 
William Hartge Fifer 
Paul Wilbur Frey 
Charles Gibson Grey 
Evangeline Lillis Gruver 
Ruth Cowan Hays 
Ernest Samuel Hemming 
Paul Ransome Henson 
Howard Hamilton Hine 
Carroll Staley James 



Virginia May Kalmbach 
Margaret Karr 
Wilhelmina Dorothea Kroll 
Ruth Charlotte Lawless 
Paul Charles Marth 
Grace Maxwell 
Margaret Meigs 
Mary Elizabeth Murray 
Alice Curry Nourse 
Adelia Elsa Rosasco 
Harry William Rudel 
Barbara Schilling 
Claire Pinkney Schley 



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 typifi- 
ed the model citizen and who has done most for the general advance- 
ment of the interests of the University. 

Awarded to William J. Kinnamon 

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

Awarded to , Catherine Douglas Barnsley 

Silvester Medals for Excellence in Athletics, offered by the Class of 1908, to 

the men who typify the best in college athletics. 
Awarded to William Wilder Evans and Albert Bogley Heagy 

Maryland Ring, offered by Charles L, Linhardt to the Maryland man out- 
standing for the year in athletics. 
Awarded to William Wilder Evans 

Woman'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 Ruth Charlotte Lawless 

American Chemical Society National Prize Essay Contest— 

-Second Prize of Three Hundred Dollars. 
Awarded to John A. Yourtree 



Third Prizes of Two Hundred Dollars Each. 
Awarded to Landon Boteler Backus and Ruth Allen Hunt 

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

Awarded to Charles Gassaway Spicknall 

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

makes the highest scholastic average during the first semester. 
Awarded to Ruth Olive Ericson 

Alpha Upsilon Chi Sorority Medal, offered to the sophomore girl who makes 

the highest scholastic average during the first semester. 
Awarded to Barbara Virginia Daiker 

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 J- John Rodgers Beall 

The Diamondback Medals awarded for efficient and faithful service on the 

student weekly paper. 
Awarded to Jerrold Vernon Powers, Arley Ray Unger, Louise Scarbor- 
ough Townsend, William Theodore Rosenbaum, Hayden Eu- 
gene Norwood, Alice Curry Nourse. 

The Reveille Medals awarded for efficient and faithful service on the student 

year book. 
Awarded to James Emanuel Andrews, Jr., Robert Wade Beall, Ruth 
Louise Miles. 

"Governor's Cup," offered by His Excellency, Honorable Albert C. Ritchie, 

Governor of Maryland, to the best drilled company. 
Awarded to Company A, Commanded by Captain Eugene Joseph Roberts 

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

Officers' Training Corps. 
Awarded to Lieut. Col. William J. Kinnamon 

The Military Medal, offered by Class of 1899, to the member of the bat- 
talion who proves himself the best drilled soldier. 
Awarded to Corporal Theodore Bishoff 

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

Awarded to Lieutenant Robert William Lockridge, 

First Platoon, Company D 

University of Maryland Prize (Saber), to the best company commander. 
Awarded to Captain Eugene Joseph Roberts 

Third Corps Area Rifle Cup, to the student making the highest gallery 

score in the Third Corps' Area Match. 
Awarded to Sergeant 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 Corporal Morton Silverberg 



HONORABLE MENTION 

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

First Honors — 

Ernest Samuel Hemming Evangeline Lillis Gruver 

Second Honors — 

Paul Charles Marth Charles Gibson Grey 

William Arthur Randall 

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 

First Honors — 

Ruth Charlotte Lawless Claire Pinkney Schley 

Barbara Schilling Virginia May Kahnbach 

Ruth Cowan Hays Edythe Eckenrode Gordon 

Catherine Douglas Barnsley Elizabeth Louise Carmichael 

Margaret Meigs Wilbur Gibbs Myers 

Second Honors — 

Amos Albert Holter John B. S. Purdy 

Carl N. Everstine Margeurite Anne Claflin 

Genevieve Grace Wright William Lipscomb Lucas 

William G. Bradley Samuel William Fishkin 

• COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 

First Honors — 

Margaret Karr Wilhelmina Dorothea Kroll 

Margaret Loretto Hannon 

Second Honors — 

Alice Curry Nourse Roberta Harrison 

Louise Scarborough Townsend 

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 

First Honors — 

Howard Hamilton Hine Charles Russell Dodson 

Carroll Staley James James Nicholas Wallace 

Second Honors — 

Foster Ellis Lipphard William Hartge Fifer 

George Thwaite Phipps 

COLLEGE OF HOME ECONOMICS 

First Honors — 

Isabel Dynes 

Second Honors — 

Lillian Ida Lunenburg Grace Maxwell