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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 




RITCHIE COLISEUM 

SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1939 

AT ELEVEN A. M. 



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COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM 

CONCERT 

March — Master Craftsmen Hufjer 

Overture — Rosamunde Schubert 

Selection — Echoes from the Metropolitan Opera House Tobani 

Waltz — Danube Waves Ivanovici 

Excerpts — Robin Hood deKoven 

Intermezzo — Cinderella's Bridal Procession Dicken 

The University of Maryland Band 
Otto Siebeneichen, Director 

THE ACADEMIC PROCESSION 

Processional March — Coronation "The Prophet" Meyerbeer 

The University of Maryland Band 

INVOCATION The Right Reverend John Lawrence Sheridan 

President, Mount Saint Mary's College, Emmitsburg, Md. 

MUSIC— 

(a) Let My Song Fill Your Heart Charles 

(b) Maryland, My Maryland Randall 

Miss Louise Baer, Soloist 

ADDRESS His Excellency, Herbert R. O'Conor 

Governor of Maryland 

CONFERRING OF HONORARY DEGREES AND HONORARY 

CERTIFICATES President H. C. Byrd 

MUSIC — America Audience 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES IN COURSE AND PRESENTATION 

OF DIPLOMAS President H. C. Byrd 

MUSIC — The Star Spangled Banner Audience 

BENEDICTION The Right Reverend John Lawrence Sheridan 

THE ACADEMIC RECESSION 

Recessional March — Festival Cadman 

The University of Maryland Band 

The audience will please remain in place after the exercises until the 
academic procession has left the Coliseum. 



CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES, DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES 

HONORARY DEGREES 

HERBERT ROMULUS O'CONOR, Doctor of Laws 
GLENN L. MARTIN, Doctor of Engineering 
MELVIN C. HAZEN, Doctor of Laws 
CECIL WILLIS CREEL, Doctor of Agriculture 
FRED WHARTON RANKIN, Doctor of Science 

HONORARY CERTIFICATES IN AGRICULTURE 

WILLIAM ALAN McGREGOR 
FRANK MARION SHOOK 
PHILIP CALDER TURNER 

GRADUATE SCHOOL 

Candidates will be presented by Dean C. O. Appleman 



Doctor 

Helen R. Bartlett Maryland 

Frances Ford Beck Maryland 

Abner Brenner D. C. 

Homer Walter Carhart Chile 

Frederick Barker Chandler Maine 

Arthur Russell Taylor Denues Maryland 

Melvin F. W. Dunker Maryland 

Walter Fulton Jeffers Maryland 



of Philosophy 

Charles Samuel Lowe Maryland 

Carroll Blue Nash Maryland 

Rodney Andreen Olson Massachusetts 

Glenn Gerald Slocum Maryland 

Howard Livingston Stier Maryland 

Wooten Taylor Sumerford Georgia 

Earnest Artman Walker Maryland 

John Kavanaugh Wolfe D. C. 



Master of Arts 



Samuel Preston Caltrider Maryland 

Alma Evelyn Davis Maryland 

Paul J. Dixon New Hampshire 

Charles Abner Doub Maryland 

Clyde Baltzer Edgeworth Maryland 

Francis Dickerson Griflath Virginia 

David Chauncey Holly Maryland 

Frances Strickland Holmead Maryland 

Temple Rolph Jarrell Maryland 

Louis P, Knox, Jr. Maryland 



Esthelene Williamson Morgan Maryland 

Aagot Francine Nordby D. C. 

Margaret Barbara Pahlman Maryland 

Watson Delaha Phillips Maryland 

Gussie Randall Rhode Island 

Kathleen McCollum Shearer Maryland 

LaVeta Titt Maryland 

Edward Harold Frederick West Virginia 

Vivian Doris Wiser Maryland 



Master of Science 



John Paterson Bewley Maryland 

Samuel Clark Billings Maryland 

John Lowry Bowers Texas 

Marriott Warfield Bredekamp Maryland 

Arthur R. Buddington Maryland 

Caroline Frances Burpeau New York 

Floyd Dale Carroll Nebraska 

Edward Pendleton Carter Maryland 

Ann Elizabeth Carver Maryland 

Lawrence Everett Cron Texas 

John Milton Cross New Jersey 

Rex F. Daly Utah 

Roy Carlton Dawson D. C. 

Mary Washington Frazer D. C. 

Nathan Gammon, Jr. D. C. 

Augustus Rossell Glasgow, Jr. Maryland 

Charles Goldberg New York 

James Glenn Graham D. C. 

Elsie Catherine Hanson West Virginia 

Jack D. Hartman South Dakota 

Mildred Louise Hearn D. C. 

Roy Elwood Huffman Montana 



Charles David Hyson Maryland 

Amihud Kramer Maryland 

Albin Owings Kuhn Maryland 

William Clarence Leavenworth Indiana 

Thaddeus Lewandowski New York 

Charles Morris Loyd Kansas 

Harry Matheson D. C. 

Bernard Patrick McNamara Maryland 

William Anthony Nolte D. C. 

Perry Jacob Nott New York 

James McClain Osborn D. C. 

Frank Perlmutter New Jersey 

Bourdon Francis Scribner D. C. 

Boland Bickett Shepherd North Carolina 

John Raymond Stewart Maryland 

Virginia Eleanor Thomas Delaware 

Virginia Trullinger D. C. 

Earle B. Wagner Maryland 

Mary Elinor Webster New Jersey 

Charles Baynard Willingham D. C. 

Phillip Jerome Wingate Maryland 

Winthrop Charles Wolfe D. C. 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

Candidates will be presented by Dean J. M. H. Rowland 



Doctor of Medicine 



Herman Herbert Baylus Maryland 

Harry McBrine Beck Maryland 

Edgar Frank Berman Maryland 

Aaron Bernstein Maryland 

Albion Older Bernstein New York 

Elizabeth Grant Bess West Virginia 

Max Ralph Bloom Pennsylvania 

Edward Joseph Brezinski New Jersey 

Henry Alison Briele Maryland 

Bernard Brodsky New York 

Lawrence Saville Cannon Utah 

James Nicholas Cianos Maryland 

Robert Thornhill Coffman West Virginia 

Frank Samuel Cohen Maryland 

Richard Wylie Corbitt West Virginia 

Raymond Murray Cunningham Maryland 

David Leonard Filtzer Maryland 

Arnold Ulysses Freed Maryland 

Leo Junior Gaver Maryland 

Sylvan David Goldberg Maryland 

George Smith Grier, III Delaware 

Harold Allan Grott Maryland 

Samuel Isaac Haimowitz Pennsylvania 

Charles Isaac Harris, Jr. Georgia 

Charles Samuel Harrison West Virginia 

Oscar Hartman Maryland 

Alvin Sidney Hartz Maryland 

Leonard Lincoln Heimoff New York 

Charles Bullard Hooker Maryland 

Thomas Manning Hutchins Maryland 

Benjamin Isaacson Maryland 

R. Donald Jandorf Maryland 

Lewis Henry Jannarone New Jersey 

Charles Wilson Jones Maryland 

David Kairys Maryland 

William Henry Kammer, Jr. Maryland 

Melvin Daniel Kappelman Maryland 

Philip Weyforth Keister Maryland 

James Patterson Kerr, Jr. Maryland 

James Arthur Kiely New York 

Howard Franklin Kinnamon, Jr Maryland 

Bernard Stanley Kleiman Maryland 

Herbert Lapinsky New York 

Arnold Fabian Lavenstein Maryland 



William Templeton Layman Maryland 

William Harvey Leitch Maryland 

Stephen Lee Magness Maryland 

John Robinson Magruder Maryland 

Irving Lowell Marks Maryland 

William James McClafferty, Jr R. I. 

Francis McLaughlin Maryland 

Alvin Francis Meyer New York 

Irving Miller New York 

William Shepherd Miller Maryland 

John Anthony Moran Massachusetts 

Charles Hunter Moricle North Carolina 

James Baker Nuttall Maryland 

David Waugh Palmer West Virginia 

Seigle Wilson Parks West Virginia 

Walter Joseph Pijanowski New York 

Samuel Pillar Maryland 

Melvin Frank Polek Maryland 

Dexter LeRoy Reimann Maryland 

Samuel Rochberg New Jersey 

Edwin Russell Ruzicka Maryland 

Max Samuel Sadove Maryland 

Joseph Edwin Schenthal Maryland 

Isadore Scher Maryland 

Thomas Scott Sexton West Virginia 

Claude Porter Sherman North Carolina 

Maurice Siegel New York 

Philip Laurens Smoak Florida 

Sylvan D. Solarz Maryland 

Herbert Spiegel Pennsylvania 

William Joseph Steger West Virginia 

Leland Bates Stevens Maryland 

George Tartikoff New York 

Ramsay Berry Thomas Maryland 

Wilbur Clyde Thomas Maryland 

John Peter Urlock, Jr. Maryland 

Leonard Wallenstein Maryland 

Jesse R. Wanner, Jr. Maryland 

Fuller Barnard Whitworth Maryland 

Milton Jay Wilder Maryland 

Sol V/ilner New York 

Thomas Luther Worsley, Jr. .North Carolina 
Daniel Leonard Zalis Maryland 



DEGREES CONFERRED SINCE LAST COMMENCEMENT 

Aram Martyr Sarajian New Jersey 



Honors 

University Prize Gold Medal James Baker Nuttall 



Francis McLaughlin 
Raymond Murray Cunningham 



Certificates of Honor 

William Harvey Leitch 
Thomas Scott Sexton 



Leland Bates Stevens 
Ramsay Berry Thomas 



The Dr. A. Bradley Gaither Memorial prize of $2 5.00 for the best work in genito-urinary 
surgery during the senior year Leonard Wallenstein 



SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 

Candidates will be presented by Dean J. Ben Robinson 

Doctor of Dental Surgery 



Fabius Fox Aaronson D. C. 

Joseph Paul Allen West Virginia 

Bernard Berry Auerbach Virginia 

Samuel Barsamian Rhode Island 

Raymond Blais Massachusetts 

George Coffman Blevins Maryland 

John Michael Bozzuto, Jr. Connecticut 

Frank Anderson Brown Maryland 

Henry Lee Cannaday Virginia 

Antone Richard Carvalho Massachusetts 

Ralph Carmine Cavallaro Connecticut 

Bertrand Oswald Chan-Pong. British W. I. 

James Clarke Davis Maryland 

Naomi Ada Dunn Connecticut 

Benjamin Delbert Edgar New Jersey 

Irving William Eichenbaum Connecticut 

Charles Huff Fallon, Jr. New Jersey 

William Becker Feindt Maryland 

Garnet Paul Francis, Jr. Virginia 

Eugene Michael Gane Connecticut 

Paul Gilden Maryland 

Leonard Nathan Goldstein Connecticut 

Hans Henry Griesbach Connecticut 

Harry Clyde Grove, Jr. Maryland 

Leonard Marvin Hirschman Maryland 

Henry Jacob Hoffacker, II Pennsylvania 

Robert Ellsworth Jacoby Maryland 

Robert Jakob Connecticut 

Verda Elizabeth James Delaware 

Walter Edgar Johnson New Hampshire 

Osier Collinson Joyce Maryland 

Marshall Irvin Kader Maryland 



Frederick Robert Krug Maryland 

Charles Frank Labasauckas Connecticut 

Irving Lawrence Maislen Connecticut 

William Lewis McConnell West Virginia 

Jules McCracken West Virginia 

Leon Meinster Maryland 

William Franklin Melson Delaware 

Max Miller Maryland 

Albert William Morris Maryland 

Melvin Myers D. C. 

William Joseph Noon, Jr. Rhode Island 

Harold Edwin Plaster North Carolina 

Seymour Albert Rabinowitz Connecticut 

Kenneth Vincent Randolph.... West Virginia 

Paul Reed New York 

Irving Kay Robinovitz Massachusetts 

Everett Tryon Rogers Connecticut 

Joseph Gerald Rosen New York 

Oscar John Schoepke Wisconsin 

Alfred Bradbury Schriver Maine 

Leo Joseph Shaudis Pennsylvania 

Erwin Edward Shea Connecticut 

Vincent Francis Sidoti Connecticut 

Edward Rennert Stinebert Maryland 

William Carter Tinsley Virginia 

Dorsey Robert Tipton Maryland 

Michael Stephen Varipatis Maryland 

Bernard Waldman Connecticut 

Irving Solwin Weiner Connecticut 

John Hoffman Wooden, Jr. Maryland 

Dan Wright North Carolina 



Honors 

University Gold Medal for Scholarship George Coffman Blevins 



Certificates of Honor 



Harold Edwin Plaster Bertrand Oswald Chan-Pong Kenneth Vincent Randolph 

Garnet Paul Frances, Jr. John Hoffman Wooden, Jr. 



SCHOOL OF LAW 

Candidates will be presented by Dean Roger Howell 



Certificates of Proficiency 

Thomas Gordon Andrew Maryland Bernard Carroll Topper. 



Maryland 



Bachelor of Laws 



*Talbot Winchester Banks Maryland 

James Dudley Beck Maryland 

Alvin LaMar Benson Maryland 

James Watts Blackhurst Maryland 

Martin Clint Bowles Maryland 

Leslie Jerome Clark Maryland 

♦George Levy Clarke Maryland 

*Irvin Henry Cohen Maryland 

Harry E. Dyer, Jr Maryland 

Charles Edward E'dmondson Maryland 

Thomas Bernard Finan, Jr. Maryland 

Carson Gray Frailey Maryland 

Harry August Gentner Pennsylvania 

Gorman Eugene Getty, Jr. Maryland 

Harry Goldberg Maryland 

♦Francis Davis Handy Maryland 

George Jarvis Jobson Maryland 

Lewis Ray Jones Maryland 

Jerome Joseph Joyce Maryland 

Samuel Dale Kalis Maryland 

Charles Bernard Kelly, Jr Maryland 

Raymond Aloysius Kirby Maryland 

Fabian Homer Kolker Maryland 

Vladimir Stephen Lassotovitchi Maryland 



Marker Jacob Lovell Maryland 

Edmund William Lubinski Maryland 

James Macgill Maryland 

Stratford Eyre McKenrick Maryland 

Edward George Monroe Maryland 

Fred Oken Maryland 

Charles Wesley Prettyman Maryland 

Alexander Parks Rasin, Jr. Maryland 

*Roland Custer Ready Maryland 

James Albert Redmond, Jr. Maryland 

Phyllis D. Shaivitz Maryland 

Melvin Stanley Silberg Maryland 

John Hodge Smith Maryland 

John Carroll Sullivan, Jr. Maryland 

Edward James Sybert Maryland 

Alfred Frederick Taylor Maryland 

Henry Merryman Tiralla, Jr. Maryland 

Jaroslav Jerry Toula Maryland 

Carl Edward Tuerk Maryland 

Albert Theodore Vogel, Jr Maryland 

Jerome Wasserman Maryland 

Barnard Talbott Welsh Maryland 

George Wendell White, Jr. Maryland 

Frank Kennedy Wilson, Jr. Maryland 



* With Honor. 



Honors 

Elected to the Order of the Coif 



Talbot Winchester Banks 
George Levy Clarke 



Irvin Henry Cohen 



Francis Davis Handy 
Roland Custer Ready 



Alumni prize for the best argument in the Honor Case in the Practice Court, 

Talbot Winchester Banks 



George O. Blome prizes to representatives on the Honor Case in the Practice Court: 



Talbot Winchester Banks 
Thomas Bernard Finan, Jr. 



Charles Bernard Kelly, Jr. 
Melvin Stanley Silberg 



SCHOOL OP PHARMACY 

Candidates will be presented by Dean Andrew G. DuMez 



Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy 



Daniel S. Baker Maryland 

Herman Herbert Baylus Maryland 

Albert Binstock Maryland 

Frank Samuel Cohen Maryland 

Anthony Joseph Dobropolski Maryland 

Joseph Urban Dorsch Maryland 

Jack Feldman Maryland 

Irving Herbert Folus Maryland 

Morris Ciller Maryland 

Henry Mervin Colditch Maryland 

Nathan I. Cruz Maryland 

Angela Rose Hackett Maryland 

William Marion Ichniowski Maryland 

Eugene Jacobs Maryland 

Cyrus Francis Jones Maryland 

Irvin Leonard Kamanitz Maryland 

Lawrence Lipman Lieberman Virginia 

Irving Lowell Marks Maryland 

Jerome Mask Maryland 

David Massing Maryland 



Daniel Mendelsohn Maryland 

Victor Hugo Morgenroth, Jr Maryland 

Melvin Mutchnik Maryland 

Joseph Leon Okrasinski Maryland 

Katherine Justina Parker Maryland 

Lillian Passen Maryland 

Harry Louis Rochester New York 

Morris Rosenberg Maryland 

Alvin Rosenthal Maryland 

Louis Thomas Sabatino Maryland 

Mario Sama Maryland 

Louis Sapperstein Maryland 

Herbert David Schneyer Pennsylvania 

Marion Shalowitz Maryland 

Bernard Silverstein Maryland 

Nathan Morton Snyder Maryland 

Maurice Wiener Maryland 

Milton Jay Wilder Maryland 

George Ira Young, Jr. Maryland 



DEGREES CONFERRED SINCE JiAST COMMENCEMENT 



Aaron Bernstein Maryland 

Arnold Ulysses Freed Maryland 

Leo Junior Gaver Maryland 

Sylvan David Goldberg Maryland 

Oscar Hartman Maryland 



Melvin Daniel Kappelman Maryland 

James Baker Nuttall Maryland 

Dexter LeRoy Reimann Maryland 

Max Samuel Sadove Maryland 



Honors 

Gold Medal for General Excellence Maurice Wiener 

The William Simon Memorial Prize for Proficiency in Practical Chemistry, 

Melvin Mutchnik 

The L. S. Williams Practical Pharmacy Prize Victor Hugo Morgenroth, Jr. 

The Conrad L. Wich Botany and Phamacognosy Prize Louis Thomas Sabatino 



Certificate of Honor 

Eugene Jacobs 



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 

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

Bachelor of Science 



Charles Chandlee Astle Maryland 

Alva Sayrs Baker, Jr. Maryland 

Allan Harvey Brown Maryland 

James Franklin Brownell D. C. 

Lawrence Anthony Bruns Maryland 

James Hazen Burnet Virginia 

Charlotte Frances Cohen New Jersey 

Julian Coburn Crane Maryland 

Clarence Akehurst Eck Maryland 

Lawrence Sherwood Faith Maryland 

Earl Wayne Fitzwater Maryland 

Paul McConkey Galbreath Maryland 

W. Eric Gibbs Maryland 

Ewing L. Gupton, Jr. Maryland 

Edward Wroth Hepburn Maryland 

Elmer Heubeck, Jr. Maryland 

Norborne Archeart Hite Maryland 

William Edward Jarrell, Jr. Maryland 

Edwin Roberts Johnson Maryland 

Saburo Katsura D. C. 

Wilson Wiley Kilby Maryland 

Stanley I. Lapidus Maryland 



Laban Robert Lowe Maryland 

Richard King Lynt, Jr. D. C. 

William T. Marche Maryland 

O. Clifton Martin, Jr. Maryland 

Frank Russell McFarland, Jr. Maryland 

Thomas Edwin Miller, Jr. D, C. 

Martin Hammond Muma Maryland 

Robert Darby Nicholls Maryland 

Joseph Kemp Peaslee D. C, 

Clarence Wilson Phillips, Jr. Maryland 

Lloyd Alden Potter Maryland 

James Wilmer Price, Jr. Maryland 

George C. Remsberg, Jr. Maryland 

John Parrish Secrest Maryland 

Robert Andrew Shoemaker Maryland 

Janet Irma Steinberger Maryland 

Richard S. Sutton Maryland 

Ellen Elizabeth Talcott D. C. 

Marion Linwood Wheatley Maryland 

Fred Bernhard Winkler Maryland 

Detlef Jacob Witt Maryland 



DEGREES CONFERRED SINCE LiAST COMMENCEMENT 



Bachelor of Science 



Oden Bowie Maryland 

Walter Benjamin Posey Maryland 



William Lawrence Sippel Maryland 



Honorable Mention 



First Honors 

Allan Harvey Brown 
Earl Wayne Fitzwater 
Ellen Elizabeth Talcott 
Paul McConkey Galbreath 



Second Honors 

Robert Andrew Shoemaker 
Fred Bernhard Winkler 
Lawrence Sherwood Faith 
Frank Russell McFarland, Jr. 



COUiEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 

Candidates will be presented by Dean L. B. Broughton 



Bachelor of Arts 



Bernice Carmen Aring Maryland 

William Eugene Aud Maryland 

Charles Blum Balmer New Jersey 

Elizabeth Clark Barber Maryland 

John Henry Beers D. C. 

Georgia Blalock Georgia 

John Darby Bowman, Jr. Maryland 

Ernestine Carr Bowyer D. C. 

Robert Ennalls Powell Cannon Maryland 

Mary Katherine Carson Maryland 

Irene Ruth Checket Maryland 

John Thomas Clark Maryland 

Carolyn Dennette Clugston Maryland 

William Hutchins Cole Maryland 

Roberta E. Collins Maryland 

Florence Ruth Comer Maryland 

Mary Elizabeth Cronin Maryland 

Maurice Richard Domenici Maryland 

Ralph Milo Edmonds Maryland 

Lydia MacMullan Evans D. C. 

Rita Virginia Faul D- C. 

Moir M. Fulks Maryland 

Arthur Greenfield New York 

William Denmead Groff, Jr. Maryland 

Norma Irene Hall Maryland 

Sylvia Handler New York 

Margaret Florence Hart Maryland 

Leo Arthur Heringman Maryland 

Mary Elizabeth Holt D. C. 

Lawrence Grant Hoover, Jr. Maryland 

Vivian H. Johnson Maryland 

David Robert Joseph Connecticut 



Ruth Leslie Keefer Maryland 

James Forrest King Maryland 

Victor Hartwell Laws Maryland 

Mary Douglas Leard Virginia 

Richard Everett Lee Maryland 

Harriett Ann Levin Maryland 

Ethel S. Levine New York 

Gorton Parker Lindsay Maryland 

Margaret Leslie Maslin New York 

Elaine McClayton Maryland 

Harry Wilkeson McGinniss, III Maryland 

Joseph Martin Mehl, Jr D. C. 

Luther Edgar Mellen, Jr. Maryland 

Beverly C. Oppenheimer New York 

Herman Elwood Perdue Maryland 

Katherine Lee Pollard Maryland 

Daniel Travers Prettyman Maryland 

Elizabeth Samson Maryland 

Patricia Barbara Lee Schutz Maryland 

Mary Jane Scott Maryland 

Fred Lester Simon, Jr Maryland 

Samuel Fort Stedman Maryland 

Martin Kirk Stein Maryland 

Frank Vernon Stevenson Maryland 

Sara Louise Stoddard Maryland 

Lula Spates Trundle Maryland 

Muriel James Wahl Maryland 

Gustavus Warfield Maryland 

Paul Smith Wise Delaware 

Frances Waggoner Wolf D. C. 

Leonard Wohlstadter New York 



Bachelor of Science 



Ralph Aarons Maryland 

Harry Davis Anspon D. C. 

Edwin Rumsey Anthony, Jr. Maryland 

Robert Amthor Barthel, Jr Maryland 

Fred Thomas Bishopp Maryland 

Ralph Borlik D. C. 

Charles Vernon Bowen, Jr. Maryland 

Gordon Howard Campbell D. C. 

Charles G. Gary Maryland 

Harry Cohen Maryland 

Dorothy Margaret Danforth Maryland 

Henry Poincar^ Dantzig Maryland 

Francis Xavier Dippel Maryland 

Frances Elizabeth Dorsett Maryland 

Alvin Goldberg New York 

Leon Goldman D. C. 

Jose Grave De Peralta Ibarzabal Cuba 

Frances Lucille Henry D. C. 

Alvin H. Honigman Maryland 

Frances Elizabeth Hunter Maryland 

Robert Clark Irwin New Jersey 

John Stark Jacobs D. C. 

Joseph Jaffe D. C. 

William Richard Johnson Maryland 

Edwin Kraemer New Jersey 

John Alexander Krynitsky Maryland 



Etta Carolyn Link Maryland 

Samuel B. McFarlane, Jr Maryland 

Thomas Wood Mears D. C. 

Ralph Harvey Meng Maryland 

Daniel M. Mermelstein Maryland 

Walter Leroy Miller, Jr. D. C. 

Caesar Francis Orofino New York 

James Elwood Pitzer Maryland 

Herman Saul Raisin New York 

Samuel Winchester Reeves, III Maryland 

Joseph Max Rochkind Maryland 

Louis Nathan Rosenstein Maryland 

Wallace Hyman Sadowsky Maryland 

Howard Schneider New York 

Elizabeth Brown Sherrill Maryland 

Daniel Shmuner Maryland 

Isaac Walter Silberg Maryland 

Joseph Priestly Spalding Maryland 

James G. Stegmaier Maryland 

Susan Hays Vandervoort Pennsylvania 

Mayer Weinblatt Maryland 

Edward Martin Wharton Maryland 

Margaret Fentress Wilson Maryland 

Jerome Louis Young D. C. 

Loy Miller Zimmerman Maryland 



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DEGREES CONFERRED SINCE LrAST COMMENCEMENT 



Bachelor of Arts 



William Irwin Cayton New York 

Nevins Byford Hendrix, Jr. Maryland 



Julius Joseph Ostroff 

John Rosman Staire, Jr. 



Maryland 

Pennsylvania 



Bachelor of Science 

Ethel B. Tolker Maryland 



Honorable Mention 



First Honors 

Lydia MacMullan EVans 
Etta Carolyn Link 
Florence Ruth Comer 
Harry Davis Anspon 
Edward Martin Wharton 
James Elwood Pitzer 
Edwin Rumsey Anthony, Jr. 
Ralph Aarons 
John Alexander Krynitsky 
Victor Hartwell Laws 
Elizabeth Brown Sherrill 



Second Honors 

Richard Everett Lee 
Fred Thomas Bishopp 
Isaac Walter Silberg 
Elizabeth Clark Barber 
Harry Cohen 

Daniel Travers Prettyman 
Gustavus Warfield 
Ethel S. Levine 
Alvin H. Honigman 
Arthur Greenfield 
Carolyn Dennette Clugston 



COLLEGE OF COMMERCE 

Candidates will be presented by Dean W. M. Stevens 

Bachelor of Science 



Robert Paul Benbow Maryland 

Robert Johnston Bradley Maryland 

Thomas James Capossela D. C. 

Ellner Annette Cornnell Maryland 

Lillian Eleanor Crocker Maryland 

Robert Edlavitch Maryland 

George Henri Pearson Eierman Maryland 

Sidney J. Fenster D. C. 

Louis Mohler Frey Maryland 

Mary-Louise Ganzert D. C. 

Jerome Spilman Hardy Maryland 

William Franklin Hortman, Jr. D. C. 

Clifford Edward Johnson D. C. 



Henry Clay Johnson D. C. 

Lewis Arthur Jones Maryland 

Richard Eugene Kern Maryland 

John William Miller Maryland 

William Irving Miller Maryland 

Robert Morton Neiman New York 

Richard James O'Neill Maryland 

John Arthur Parks, Jr. Maryland 

Helen Lucille Reindollar Maryland 

Charles Robert Stup Maryland 

Ira Thompson Todd, Jr. Maryland 

Lawrence Archer Woodwell Maryland 

Bernard Alvin Yockelson D. C. 



Honorable Mention 



First Honors 

Ira Thompson T'odd, Jr. 
George Henri Pearson Eierman 
Robert Johnston Bradley 



Second Honors 

Jerome Spilman Hardy 
Louis Mohler Frey 



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COLLEGE OP EDUCATION 

Candidates will be presented by Dean W. S. Small 

Bachelor of Arts 



Benjamin Alperstein Maryland 

Anne Fitzhugh Anders Maryland 

Virginia Gertrude Armiger Maryland 

Donald E. Bailey Maryland 

Douglas A. Bailey, Jr. Maryland 

Marian Elizabeth Barker D. C. 

Shirley Lee Biskin Maryland 

Anna Kathryn Bowman Maryland 

Myrtle Grove Burke Maryland 

George Ellsworth Byers Maryland 

Doris Ebert Eichlin D. C. 

John George Freudenberger Maryland 

Jane Hartje Grindel Maryland 

Mary Anne Guyther Maryland 



Doris Ruth Harrison Maryland 

William Franklin Howard Maryland 

Nora Louise Huber Maryland 

Hazel Louise Kalbaugh Maryland 

Mary Eleanor Kephart Maryland 

Marian Virginia Mayes Maryland 

Elaine P. Michelson Maryland 

Inez Angeline Nevy Maryland 

Dorothy May Powell Maryland 

Elizabeth Jane Smith Maryland 

Leonard Sollod Maryland 

Richard Joseph Stakem, Jr Maryland 

Evelyn Lilian Sullivan Maryland 



Bachelor of Science 



Philip Joseph Aaronson Maryland 

Clifton Adams Maryland 

Oswald Egon Bachmann Maryland 

Mary-Hedda Bohlin D. C. 

Dorothy Matilda Boose D. C. 

Virginia Pearle Bowling Maryland 

Carl Krause Brode Maryland 

Carl Edgar Bull Maryland 

Julia Howison Burton D. C. 

James Gerard Carroll Maryland 

Elva Maude Conrad Maryland 

Bessie Ella Copes Maryland 

Ruth Corbett Maryland 

James Henry Ely, Jr. Maryland 

Charlotte Maria Ericson Maryland 

Margaret Turnbull Ewing Maryland 

Florence Wilson Fowble Maryland 

Karl Gordon Freas Maryland 

Isadore E. Friedman Maryland 

Alice Carlotta Haas Pennsylvania 

Elizabeth Wise Hamilton Maryland 

Anna Marie Hardesty Maryland 

Nannie Mowell Hawkins Maryland 

Henry Leonard Hensen Maryland 

Merrill Bond Kalb Maryland 



Laura Manning Maryland 

Alta Grace Martin Maryland 

Grace Weber Martin D. C. 

Hester Virginia Mudd Maryland 

Celia Estella Murphy Maryland 

James O. Proctor Maryland 

Alex Rabinowitz New York 

Roland Emerson Randall Maryland 

George Thomas Rankin Maryland 

Mary Elizabeth Rawley Maryland 

Ethel Mae Schwarzmann D. C. 

Regina Bernardine Shepperd Maryland 

Blair Hanna Smith Maryland 

Mildred Elizabeth Smith Maryland 

Edith Ray Sparling D. C. 

Mary Miller Speake Virginia 

Diana Stevan Maryland 

Lucy Waite Trundle Maryland 

June Elizabeth Weber Maryland 

Carolyn Isabelle Webster Maryland 

Ruth E. Westerblad Maryland 

Stanley R. Whipple Maryland 

Hilda Kathreen Wine D. C. 

Marian Adele Zimmerman D, C. 



DEGREES CONFERRED SINCE LAST COMMENCEMENT 

Bachelor of Arts 

Agatha Veronica Dorsey Maryland Elinor Grahame Johnson Reich, 

Rita Loretta DuBrow New Jersey 



Maryland 



Bachelor 

Ellen Nesbitt Clark Maryland 

Madie Elizabeth Craig Maryland 

Ruby Anne Dahlgren Maryland 

Lloyd Hubert Derr Maryland 

Charles Wesley Dudderar Maryland 

Ruth Mary Dunwoody Maryland 

Georgia Guthrie Ellegood Delaware 

Elizabeth Louise Krause Maryland 



of Science 

Robert Harold McCann Maryland 

M. Elizabeth Mclntyre Maryland 

Marion Ogle Moser Maryland 

Bessie Arterburn Rich Maryland 

Ruth Elizabeth Smith Maryland 

Lillian Heiser Vansant Maryland 

Elsa Haefner Willhide Maryland 

M. Merle Yoder Maryland 



First Honors 

Myrtle Grove Burke 
Mary Anne Guyther 
Diana Stevan 
Carolyn Isabelle Webster 



Honorable Mention 

Second Honors 

Anna Kathryn Bowman Maryland 

William Franklin Howard Maryland 

Hazel Louise Kalbaugh Maryland 

Doris Ebert Eichlin D. C 



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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 

Candidates will be presented by Dean S. S. Steinberg 



Charles Atwell Chaney. 



Civil Engineer 
..D. C. Gerald Burke Coe. 



California 



Bachelor of Science 



Van Sanford Ashmun Tennessee 

Donald Glenn Bartoo Maryland 

William Cullen Bryant Maryland 

James Albert Chappelear, Jr. D. C. 

Maurice E. Corbin, Jr. Maryland 

William Bates Davis, Jr. D. C. 

Elies Elvove D. C. 

Henry Alfred Essex D. C. 

Irving Julius Etkind Connecticut 

James Louis Forrester Maryland 

Harold Hugo Franke D. C. 

Robert Gottlieb D. C. 

Herbert Prescott Hall D. C. 

Cecil Lee Harvey D. C. 

Charles Chilton Holbrook Maryland 

John Frank Home Maryland 

Henry White Janes Maryland 

Stephen Harris Jones Maryland 

Robert Edgar Krafft D. C. 

Philip Morton Lasswell Maryland 



John Cameron Lynham, Jr. Maryland 

Donald McClenon Maryland 

Lloyd Howard Reisler McGill Maryland 

David Harper Mitchell D. C. 

Eugene Frederick Mueller, Jr. D. C. 

John Dana Muncks Maryland 

Frederick Wallace Perkins, Jr. Maryland 

Irving Phillips D. C. 

Eliott Brightwood Robertson Maryland 

Elgin Wayne Scott, Jr. D. C. 

George Edward Seeley Maryland 

John Philip Smith, Jr. D. C. 

Sydney Snowden Stabler, Jr. Maryland 

John Walter Stevens, II Maryland 

Thomas Manning Thompson D. C. 

Robert Henry Wettje Maryland 

Thomas Parker Wharton Maryland 

LeRoy Giddings Willett D. C. 

Emitt Cleveland Witt, Jr. D. C. 

Leon Ryno Yourtee, Jr Maryland 



Honorable Mention 



First Honors 

Philip Morton Lasswell 
Elies Elvove 

Thomas Parker Wharton 
Harold Hugo Franke 



Second Honors 

William Bates Davis, Jr. 
Robert Gottlieb 
Irving Phillips 
Henry Alfred Essex 



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COLLEGE OF HOME ECONOMICS 

Candidates will be presented by Dean M. Marie Mount 



Bachelor of Science 



Kathryn Frances Abbott Maryland 

Kathryn Adkins Maryland 

Virginia Amadon D. C. 

Mary Lee Aylesworth West Virginia 

Betty Burdette Bain D. C. 

Helen Griest Balderston Maryland 

Virginia Lee Beall Maryland 

Jane Hedrick Beals D. C. 

Audrey M. Bosley Maryland 

Evelyn Westover Byrd Maryland 

Harriet Goslee Cain Delaware 

Doris Elizabeth De Alba Maryland 

Doris Mildred Dunnington Maryland 

Virginia May Gaston West Virginia 

Mary Edith George Maryland 

Esther Brent Gross Maryland 

Elma Harris D. C. 

Jean Merie Hartig D. C. 

Millie Locke Hill Maryland 

Dorothy Ashley Huff Maryland 



Evelyn Louise lager D. C. 

Margaret Caldwell Jack Maryland 

Jane Prazer Kephart Maryland 

Alice Hudson Lang Connecticut 

Betty Hall Law D. C. 

Margaret Elizabeth MacDonald Maryland 

Elizabeth Mary McCormac D. C. 

Bell Weir McGinniss Maryland 

Alma Viola Miller Maryland 

Paula Snyder Nalley D. C. 

Eileen Catherine Neumann New York 

Ruth Ann Naill Nusbaum Maryland 

Helen Barr Piatt D. C. 

Dorothy Elizabeth Skinner Maryland 

Anna Lucia Spehnkouch Maryland 

Marguerite Susan Stevenson Maryland 

Beatrice Louise Tucker Maryland 

Fredricka Isabelle Waldman D. C. 

Ethel Jane Wilson D. C. 



DEGREE CONFERRED SINCE LAST COMMENCEMENT 

Bachelor of Science 

Ruth P. Weber Maryland 



Honorable Mention 



First Honors 

Mary Lee Aylesworth 
Jane Frazer Kephart 
Kathryn Frances Abbott 
Kathryn Adkins 



Second Honors 

Bell Weir McGinniss 
Elizabeth Mary McCormac 
Evelyn Westover Byrd 
Betty Burdette Bain 



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SCHOOL OF XTRSING 

Candidates will be presented by Miss Annie Crighton, Superintendent of Nurses 

Graduate in Nursing 



Margaret Davidson Beall Maryland 

Margaret Eleanor Bennington. Pennsylvania 

Mary Sunshine Clark Georgia 

Nancy Lou Craven North Carolina 

IVIargaret Odelle Culler Maryland 

Dorothy Margaret Danforth Maryland 

Frances Elizabeth Dorsett Maryland 

Thelma Catherine Doyle Maryland 

Lucille Elizabeth Foster West Virginia 

Marguerite Wilson Foster Maryland 

Julia Juanita Grammer Virginia 



Louise ^Margaret Hollister Maryland 

Margaret Maddos Lee Maryland 

Catharine Boon Magruder Maryland 

Lolah Harrington Marshall Maryland 

Virginia Belle Richardson Virginia 

Mary Jane Roach Maryland 

Dorothy Elizabeth Shaff Maryland 

Marian Estelle Travers Maryland 

Susan Hays Vandervoort Illinois 

Margaret Fentress Wilson Maryland 



Honors 

The Janet Hale Memorial Scholarship, given by the L'niversity of Maryland 
Nurses' Alumnae Association, to pursue a course in administration, supervisory, or 
public health work at Teachers College, Columbia University, to the student having the 
highest average in scholarship Nancy Lou Craven 

The Elizabeth Collins Lee Prize to the student having the second highest average 
in scholarship Virginia Belle Richardson 

The Mrs. John L. Whitehurst Prize for the highest average in executive 
ability Nancy Lou Craven 

The Edwin and Leander M. Zimmerman Prize for practical nursing and for display- 
ing the greatest interest and sympathy for the patients Marguerite Wilson Foster 

The University of Maryland Nurses' Alumnae Association Pin, and Membership in 
the Association, for practical nursing and executive ability Louise Margaret Hollister 



WAR DEPARTMENT AWARD OF CO>OnSSIONS AS SECONT) LIErTENANT 



Chemical Warfare 

Walter Leroy Miller, Jr. 



The Infantry Reserve Corps 



Robert Waring Adams 
Benjamin Alperstein 
Van Sanford Ashmun 
John Henry Beers 
Fred Thomas Bishopp 
Thomas James Capossela 
Byron Lawrence Carpenter 
Frank Harford Cronin 
Warren Pruden Davis 
William Bates Davis, Jr. 
Elies Elvove 
Henry Alfred Essex 
John George Freudenberger 
Sigmund Irvin Gerber 
Robert Gottlieb 
John Judson Gude 
Herbert Prescott Hall 
Cecil Lee Harvey 
Frederic Maxcy Hewitt 
William Franklin Howard 
Julius Wirth Ireland 



Lewis Arthur Jones 
Richard Eugene Kern 
Robert Edgar Krafft 
Harvey Wilson Kreuzburg, Jr. 
James Michael Lanigan, Jr. 
Luther Edgar Mellen. Jr. 
Ned Herman Oakley 
Richard James O'Neill 
Frederick Wallace Perkins, Jr. 
Eliott Brightwood Robertson 
Elgin Wayne Scott, Jr. 
George Edward Seeley 
Floyd Allison Soule 
Sydney Snowden Stabler, Jr. 
John Walter Stevens, II 
Donn Pere Strausbaugh 
Lewis Newton Tarbett 
Charles William Weidinger 
Emitt Cleveland Witt, Jr. 
Thomas Leslie Wilson 
Francis Joseph Zalesak 



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HONORS, MEDALS, AND PRIZES 



College Park Division 
Elected to Phi Kappa Phi Honorary Society 



Ralph Aarons 

Kathryn Frances Abbott 

Kathryn Adkins 

Harry Davis AHspon 

Edwin Rumsey Anthony, Jr. 

Mary Lee Aylesworth 

Helen R. Bartlett 

Phyllis Geraldine Bollinger 

Anna Kathryn Bowman 

Robert Johnston Bradley 

Allan Harvey Brown 

Myrtle Grove Burke 

Florence Ruth Comer 

George Henri Pearson Eierman 

Elies Elvove 

Lydia MacMullan Evans 

Earl Wayne Fitzwater 

Harold Hugo Franke 

Paul McConkey Galbreath 

Robert Gottlieb 



Mary Anne Guyther 

Jack D. Hartman 

Frances Strickland Holmead 

Hazel Louise Kalbaugh 

Jane Frazer Kephart 

John Alexander Krynitsky 

Marcia Ladson 

Philip Morton Lasswell 

Richard Everett Lee 

Etta Carolyn Link 

Bell Weir McGinniss 

James Elwood Pitzer 

Milton Seymour Schecter 

Diana Stevan 

Ellen Elizabeth Talcott 

Ira Thompson Todd, Jr. 

Edward Martin Wharton 

Thomas Parker Wharton 

Carolyn Isabelle Webster 



Citizenship Prize, offered by President H. C. Byrd, Class of 1908, to the member 
of the senior class, who during his collegiate career, has nearest typified the model 
citizen and who has done most for the general advancement of the interests of the 
University. 

Awarded to Joseph Kemp Peaslee 

Citizenship Prize, offered by Mrs. Albert F. Woods, to the woman member of the 
senior class who, during her collegiate career, has done most for the general advance- 
ment of women's interests at the University. 

Awarded to Helen Lucille Reindollar 

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

Awarded to Edwin Roberts Johnson 

Maryland Ring, offered by Charles L. Linhardt to the Maryland man outstanding 
for the year in athletics. 

Awarded to James Gordon Meade, Jr. 

Mortar Board 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 Lydia MacMullan Evans 

James Douglas Goddard 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 Richard Everett Lee 

Student Medal and Junior Membership, offered by the American Institute of 
Chemists to the member of the senior class who has attained the highest average in 
chemistry. 

Awarded to John Alexander Krynitsky 

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

Awarded to Cecil Roscoe Martin 

Delta Delta Delta Sorority Medal, offered to the sophomore girl who makes the 
highest scholastic average during the first semester. 

Awarded to Lois Virginia Kemp 

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 Chesley Marzolf 



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Honor Key, offered by the Class of 1926 of the School of Business Administration 
of the University of Maryland at Baltimore, to the senior student graduating in business 
administration with the highest average for the entire four year course taken at the 
University of Maryland. 

Awarded to George Henri Pearson Eierman 

Omicron Nu Sorority Medal, offered to the freshman girl in the College of Home 
Economics who makes the highest scholastic average during the first semester. 

Awarded to Doris Helen McFarland 

Service Award, in recognition of her unfailing helpfulness and consistent willing- 
ness to be of service. 

Awarded to Helen Griest Balderston 

Bernard L. Crozier Award, offered by the Maryland Association of Engineers, to 
the senior in the College of Engineering who, in the opinion of the faculty, has made the 
greatest improvement in scholarship during his stay at the University. 

Awarded to Robert Edgar Krafft 

American Society of Civil Engineers Award, offered by the Maryland Section of the 
American Society of Civil Engineers, to the senior in the Department of Civil Engineer- 
ing who, in the opinion of the faculty of the Department, is the outstanding student in 
his class. 

Awarded to Thomas Parker Wharton 

Tau Beta Pi Award, offered by the Maryland Beta Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, to the 
junior in the College of Engineering who, during his sophomore year, has made the 
greatest improvement in scholarship over that of his freshman year. 

Awarded to Bowen Wood Shaw 

Tau Beta Pi Certificate of Merit, offered by the Maryland Beta Chapter of Tau 
Beta Pi, to the initiate of the Chapter who, in the opinion of the members, has presented 
the best thesis during the year. 

Awarded to Robert Gottlieb 

Alpha Lambda Delta Sorority Award, offered to the senior girl who has maintained 
the highest scholastic average for three and one-half years. 

Awarded to Lydia MacMullan Evans 

The Diamond back Medals awarded for eflBcient and faithful service on the student 
weekly paper. 

Awarded to — Lawrence Grant Hoover, Jr., Helen Lucille Reindollar, Margaret 
Leslie Maslin, George Henri Pearson Eierman, Frederick Wallace Perkins, Jr., John 
George Freudenberger. 

The Terrapin Medals awarded for efficient and faithful service on the student year 
book. 

Awarded to William Edward Brown, Jr., Mary Lee Ross, William Bruce Davis 

The Old Line Medals awarded for efficient and faithful service on the student 
quarterly magazine. 

Awarded to — Jerome Spilman Hardy, Irving Phillips, Margaret Elizabeth 
MacDonald. 

Governor's Cup to the best drilled company. 

Awarded to Company G, commanded by Cadet Captain Elgin Wayne Scott, Jr. 

The Reserve Officers' Association Award to the commander of the winning 
company. 

Awarded to Cadet Captain Elgin Wayne Scott, Jr. 

The Alumni Cup, offered to the best drilled platoon. 

Awarded to — First Platoon, Company D, commanded by Cadet Lieutenant Julius 
Wirth Ireland. 

Scabbard and Blade Cup, offered to the best drilled platoon. 

Awarded to — First Platoon, Company D, commanded by Cadet Lieutenant Julius 
Wirth Ireland. 

The Mahlon N. Haines Trophy, to the winner of the battalion competition. 
Awarded to Cadet Major Charles William Weidinger 

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

Awarded to Cadet Thomas Eugene Watson, Jr. 

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Pershing Rifles Medals to the members of the best drilled squad. 

Awarded to — Cadets Joseph Michael Joyce, Corporal, James Warren Pulliam, 
Page Boyd Pratt, John Leonard Meakin, Gordon Fisk Blood, Bernard Milloff, J. Aldrich 
Hambleton, Frank Cooper Borenstein. 

Medals for First Place in Third Corps Area Intercollegiate Rifle Match. 

Awarded to — Cadets Warren Pruden Davis, Thomas Wise Riley, George Everett 
Meeks, Raymond Louis Hodges, Floyd Allison Soul6, Robert Wynne Laughead, Fletcher 
Hudson Jones, Jr., John Chesley Marzolf, Enos Ray, John Francis Greenip. 

William Randolph Hearst Rifle Match Medals for First Place, Third Corps Area. 
Awarded to — Cadets Warren Pruden Davis, George Everett Meeks, Willard 
Cecillius Jensen, Thomas Wise Riley, Robert Wynne Laughead. 

National Rifle Association National Intercollegiate Medals for Third Place in 
Shoulder Match. 

Awarded to — Cadets Warren Pruden Davis, George Everett Meeks, Frank Deen 
Evans, Willard Cecillius Jensen, Alden Elon Imus, Jr., Robert Wynne Laughead, 
Thomas Wise Riley. 

National Rifle Association Intercollegiate Postal Match Medals for First Place. 
Awarded to — Cadets Robert Wynne Laughead, George Everett Meeks, Warren 
Pruden Davis, Thomas Wise Riley, Frank Deen Evans. 

Individual Medal for Fifth Place. 

Awarded to Cadet Willard Cecillius Jensen 

Military Department Gold Medal to Individual Firing High Score on the Varsity 
Rifle Team. 

Awarded to Cadet Thomas Wise Riley 

Military Department Gold Medal to Individual Firing High Score on Freshman 
Team during the year. 

Awarded to Cadet Fletcher Hudson Jones, Jr. 

Athletic Department Gold Medal to Individual Winning the Mehring Trophy Rifle 
Competition. 

Awarded to Cadet George EVerett Meeks 

National Rifle Association Ail-American Rifle Team Gold Bullet. 

Awarded to Cadet George Everett Meeks 

Mehring Trophy Rifle Competition Silver Medal to Individual Showing Greatest 
Improvement during the Year. 

Awarded to Cadet Alden Elon Imus, Jr. 

Medals to Best Drilled Individuals in the Pershing Rifles. 

Awarded to — Cadets John Chesley Marzolf, Robert Lee Mattingly, John William 
Mitchell. 

Medals for First Place, Championship of the District of Columbia. 
Awarded to — Cadets Warren Pruden Davis, George Everett Meeks, Frank Deen 
Evans, Robert Wynne Laughead, Thomas Wise Riley. 

Individual High Score, District of Columbia Championship. 

Awarded to Cadet Robert Wynne Laughead 

Individual High Score, Class "B", District of Columbia Championship. 

Awarded to Cadet Enos Ray 

Junior Championship Medals for First Place, District of Columbia Freshman Rifle 
Team. 

Awarded to — Cadets Fletcher Hudson Jones, Jr., James Bernard Waters, Guy 
Howard Goodman, Jr., Arthur Howard Valentine, William Wylie Hopkins, Jr. 

Trophy offered by Edward Powell to the player who has rendered the greatest 
service to lacrosse during the year. 

Awarded to James Gordon Meade, Jr. 

Trophy offered by Louis W. Berger to outstanding senior in baseball. 

Awarded to George William Klnepley 



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