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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 




AGRICULTURAL AUDITORIUM 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1944 

AT ELEVEN A. M. 






AMERICA 

My country, 'tis of thee, 

Sweet land of liberty, 

Of thee I sing; 

Land where my fathers died, 

Land of the Pilgrims' pride! 

From ev'ry mountain side 

Let freedom ring! 

Our father's God, to thee, 

Author of liberty, 

To thee we sing! 

Long may our land be bright, 

With Freedom's holy light; 

Protect us by Thy might 

Great God, our King. 



THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER 

O say, can you see, — by the dawn's early light, 

What so proudly we hail'd at the twilight's last gleaming? 

Whose broad stripes and bright stars, thro' the perilous fight, 

O'er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming? 

And the rockets red glare, the bombs bursting in air, 

Gave proof thro' the night — that our flag was still there. 

say does that Star-Spangled Banner yet wave 

O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave? 



COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM 

PROCESSIONAL— Hope March Papani 

INVOCATION Reverend Henry R. Osgood, First Baptist 

Church, Hyattsville, Maryland 

MUSIC — America Audience 

REMARKS- 
SOLOS— Ave Maria Bach-Gounod 

Mercedes Miro-Deis 

Margaret Sheridan, Soloist 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES President H. C. Byrd 

MUSIC — The Star Spangled Banner Audience 

BENEDICTION Reverend Henry R. Osgood 

RECESSIONAL — Connecticut March Nassann 



After the exercises the audience will please remain in place until the 
academic procession has left the building. 



CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES 
GRADUATE SCHOOL 
Candidates will be presented by Dean C. O. Appleman 

Doctor of Philosophy 

LeRoy Curtis Keagle New Jersey 

Wilson Huntley Power Texas 

Master of Science Master of Education 

John Philip Mattingly Maryland Walter Emil Horn r7 k ^ ni 5 

Howard Beauchamp Owens Maryland Elizabeth Julhen Hurst Maryland 



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

Candidates will be presented by Assistant Dean H. F. Cotterman 

Bachelor of Science 

Xuan Tomas Garcia-Tamayo Venezuela 

Kenneth Thomas Maskell Maryland 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 
Candidates will be presented by Acting Dean J. F. Pyle 

Bachelor of Arts 

Marjorie Louise Falk Maryland Shirley Mae Strickler Virginia 

Evelyn Miriam Fleishman Maryland Honey Mitsuye Toda California 

Vera Louise Hartman Maryland Margaret Little Weimer Pennsylvania 

Catherine Isabel Ray Maryland Ruth Wolfson Maryland 

Doraine Arleene Russell Ohio Lorraine Zemil Maryland 



Bachelor of Science 

Alberto Juan Garcia-Zamora__Puerto Rico Jean Miller McComas Maryland 

Jeanne Kaplan D. C. Claudia L. Sebeste D. C. 

Avron Herbert Maser . D. C. 



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 
Candidates will be presented by Dean J. F. Pyle 

Bachelor of Science 

Anne Teresa Cook Pennsylvania Joseph Gordon Naegele Maryland 

Ellen Jayne Mead Maryland 



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 
Candidates will be presented by Acting Dean A. E. Joyal 

Bachelor of Science 
Sarah Monica DuBois New Jersey Betty Frances Ott Maryland 



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 

Candidates will be presented by Dr. J. E. Younger 

Bachelor of Science 
Charles Nathaniel Eckhardt, Jr._Maryland Arnold Elliott Seigel D. C. 



COLLEGE OF HOME ECONOMICS 
Candidates will be presented by Dean M. M. Mount 



Bachelor of Science 

_D. C. 

ryland 
Martha Jean Engelbach Maryland 



Dorothy Ann Clark D. C. Marjorie Lucille Ranney D. C. 

Dorothy Jane Coseboom Maryland Mary Alice Spielman D. C. 



SCHOOL OF PHARMACY 
Candidates will be presented by Dean A. G. DuMez 

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy 

Morton Abarbanel Maryland Milton Applestein Klepfish Maryland 

Benjamin Cohen Maryland Macy Herbert Meyers Maryland 

Nathan Friedman Maryland Gabriel Joseph Leo Poggi Maryland 

Irvin Goodman Maryland Harry P. Simmons Maryland 

Doris Imber Maryland Sister Mary Imelda Titus Maryland 



Honors 

Gold Medal for General Excellence 

Milton Applestein Klepfish 

The William Simon Memorial Prize for Proficiency in Practical Chemistry 
Milton Applestein Klepfish 



CERTIFICATES FROM THE ARMY SPECIALIZED TRAINING PROGRAM 
Candidates will be presented by Colonel H. C. Griswold 



Henry Otto Albiez Massachusetts 

Geno Joseph Altieri New York 

Harris Glover Andrews, Jr D. C. 

Allan LeRoy Armstrong Florida 

Donald Wayne Baker New York 

Lawrence Martin Barnett Pennsylvania 

William Phillip Benjamin New York 

Edward Ferris Bennett Maryland 

Oscar Garvin Berry Texas 

Marvin E. Blumberg Pennsylvania 

Irvin Herman Blumfield Pennsylvania 

John Alton Boyer Maryland 

William Rostron Bradshaw Pennsylvania 

Richard Charles Brown Wisconsin 

Morris Brozovsky New York 

Gregory John Bussink, Jr D. C. 

Peter James Caffes D. C. 

Richard Stephen Carleton D. C. 

Robert John Carpenter Pennsylvania 

James Eliot Chapman Wisconsin 

George Kilgore Clement, Jr Virginia 

Gerald Edgar Conrad Pennsylvania 

Alvin S. Crawford Tennessee 

Williard Farnsworth Day Maryland 

Vincent N. DeLuca Pennsylvania 

Christopher Devan D. C. 

Donald Diehl Pennsylvania 

Robert Francis Dillon New Hampshire 

Anthony Dioguardi Pennsylvania 

Richard Wigglesworth Dole Virginia 

Calvin Pancoast Dutton Pennsylvania 

Joseph Coursey Edwards Maryland 

Arnold Feldman Connecticut 

Lee Mitchell Feldstein Maryland 

James Calvin Fitz D. C. 

Richard Benjamin Fling D. C. 

Conrad Gordon Follansbee, Jr Virginia 

Donald Bernard Fraatz Illinois 

Donald James Frost Pennsylvania 

Howard Jay Fuerst New York 

Fred H. Fuller Pennsylvania 

Joseph James Gallen Pennsylvania 

Hyman Joseph Gamza New York 

John William Geibel, Jr Ohio 

Alfred Merton Goldman D. C. 

Robert Emery Gould New York 

Robert Lawrence Hallet Massachusetts 

Howard Farson Hand Maryland 

Kenneth A. Hansen Illinois 

Lawrence Clair Hart Pennsylvania 

William E. Hart, Jr Connecticut 

Vance Rutherford Hatcher, Jr Virginia 

Frank C. Haydon D. C. 

Louis Arthur Herstein, III Maryland 

Gordon Dwyer Holmes Connecticut 

Donald Lynk Howie Massachusetts 

William Ziegler Hutchinson Pennsylvania 

Daniel Sie Jacobson Maryland 

John Joseph Johnson, Jr Virginia 



Bernard Fay Judd Pennsylvania 

Emanuel Spiros Karadimos D. C. 

James Victor Keating Maryland 

George Iliff Keefe Pennsylvania 

William Jacob Klein, Jr Pennsylvania 

David William Lane Virginia 

Ralph Byron Larimer Pennsylvania 

Ralph W. Larson Minnesota 

Robert Harrison L'Hommedieu D. C. 

Irving Littman Maryland 

Thomas Cook Lorenz Pennsylvania 

Wilmoth Francis Mack Virginia 

Franklin Cromwell Malbon, Jr Virginia 

Richard Weller Maloy Pennsylvania 

James Lewis Martin, Jr D. C. 

William Harman Martin Virginia 

John McCormick Pennsylvania 

Herbert H. Middleton, Jr Pennsylvania 

Carl Leroy Monismith Pennsylvania 

Basil Moumgis New York 

Elwood Warren Munz Pennsylvania 

Francis Neumayer Pennsylvania 

Somerville Nicholson, Jr Maryland 

Neal Allen Niethamer Pennsylvania 

Wallace Garner Obenshain Virginia 

Fred Gilbert Oblingcr Pennsylvania 

John Reagan Overman Indiana 

Robert John Patch D. C. 

Charles Henry Perkins Maryland 

James Rich Phillips Texas 

Donald R. Pierce Wisconsin 

Charles Laurence Piersol, Jr._Pennsylvania 

Wasco Poleck Pennsylvania 

William Allen Porter Pennsylvania 

Samuel Edward Proctor, Jr Maryland 

Charles Richard Rainesalo Pennsylvania 

Berle Robert Ratowsky Pennsylvania 

Richard Rhein Pennsylvania 

William Edward Rinehardt Pennsylvania 

Paul B. Robertson Texas 

Monte Hubert Rowell Maryland 

Sheldon Rudansky New York 

Paul William Santelmann D. C. 

Sheldon Dubrow Sax Pennsylvania 

Robert Swan Schoffstall Maryland 

William Gustave Schossow Pennsylvania 

William Charles Schrandt Pennsylvania 

Eugene Schupak New York 

James Alvin Shaffer Pennsylvania 

Stanley Simon New York 

William Robert Sinclair Maryland 

Jacob Sirotkin D. C. 

Charles Elliott Smith Georgia 

Samuel Southard, Jr North Carolina 

Earlin John D. Stahler Pennsylvania 

William Robert Stark D. C. 

Eugene Theodore Stier Maryland 

Francis Simon Sullivan Massachusetts 

Howard Johnston Thomas D. C. 



Wilford G. Thompson Colorado 

Kenneth Ray Thuman Maryland 

James L. Titchener New York 

William Barrington Tomlinson _New Jersey 

Graham Mitchell Trader, Jr Virginia 

Robert C. Vander Hooning Maryland 

Oliver Eugene Vignery Kansas 

George Everett Walker Maryland 

Burdett Stryker Warden, Jr Virginia 

Gordon Simpson Watt New York 

George Dillmore Weaver Pennsylvania 



Allen Stanley Weed Connecticut 

Stanley Wexler Maryland 

Donald Royce Joseph White D. C. 

Warren Eugene Whyte D. C. 

Fritz Will, III Virginia 

Roland George Wintzinger Ohio 

John James Wolfe, Jr Virginia 

Jacob Seymour Worrell Maryland 

William Chadbourn Worth, Jr Maryland 

Richard Darrell Young Michigan 

Ralph John Zientek Illinois 



HONORS— COLLEGE PARK DIVISION 
Honorable Mention 



First Honors 

Arnold Elliott Seigel 
Honey Mitsuye Toda 
Mary Alice Spielman 



Second Honors 

Ellen Jayne Mead 
Joseph Gordon Naegele 
Vera Louise Hartman