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Commencement Exercises 






Thou wilt not cower in the dust, 
Maryland, my Maryland! 
Thy gleaming sword shall never rust, 
Maryland, my Maryland! 
Remember Carroll's sacred trust, 
Remember Howard's warlike thrust, 
And all thy slumb'rers with the just, 
Maryland, my Maryland! 


1 I . ,-c- My country, 'tis of thee, 

K<C Ki\jn Sweet land of liberty, 

m^y^ 6 Of thee I sing; 

C Vj 0C>3 Land where my fathers died! 

Land of the Pilgrims' pride! 
From ev'ry mountain side 
Let freedom ring! 

Our fathers* 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. 


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. 
O say does that Star-Spangled Banner yet wave 
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave? 



March — Americans We Filmore 

Overture — Martha. Flotow 

Selection — Faust Gounod 

Waltz — Ciribiribin Pestalozza 

Excerpts — Maytime ...Romberg 

Intermezzo — In a Chinese Temple Garden Keltlebey 

The University of Maryland Band 
Otto Siebeneichen, Director 


Processional March— Tannhauser Wagner 

The University of Maryland Band 

INVOCATION Rt. Rev. William McClelland, D. D., Bishop of Easton 

MUSIC— My Maryland Audience 

ADDRESS— "Parallel Lines of Defense" 

Dr. Thomas Parran, Jr., Surgeon General, 
United States Public Health Service 

MUSIC— America Audience 



MUSIC— The Star Spangled Banner Audience 

BENEDICTION Rt. Rev. William McClelland 


Recessional March — The Man of the Hour Filmore 

The University of Maryland Band 

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



THOMAS PARRAN, Jr., Doctor of Science 

HERSCHEL HEATHCOTE ALLEN, Doctor of Engineering 





Candidates will be presented by Dean C. 0. Appleman 

Doctor of Philosophy 

John Morton Bellows, Jr Massachusetts 

William Elbert Bickley, Jr Tennessee 

Charles MacFarlane Brewer Maryland 

Paul Sherwood Brooks West Virginia 

Arthur R. Buddington Maryland 

Herbert Joseph Florestano Maryland 

Sylvan Ellis Forman Maryland 

Edward Otto Haenni Maryland 

Earl Thomas Hayes Idaho 

Peter Herman Heinze Missouri 

Edwin Peelle Hiatt Ohio 

George Kirby Holmes, Jr D.C. 

Edmund Houston McNally D.C. 

Jesse Arthur Remington, Jr Maryland 

Arlo Wayne Ruddy Nebraska 

William DeMott StuU New Jersey 

Daniel Swern New York 

Donald Hyde Wheeler Maryland 

Master of Arts 

Herbert Monroe Allison Maryland 

Herbert Eustace Armstrong Maryland 

Katharine Lucille Biehl Maryland 

Edith Long Brechbill Maryland 

George Carl Brown North Carolina 

Virginia Byrer West Virginia 

Marjorie Haines Campbell D. C. 

Helen Elmira Clevenger Pennsylvania 

Bessie Wood Cramer D. C. 

Muriel Crosby D. C. 

Arthur A. Dick Maryland 

Mylo Suavely Downey Maryland 

Fortuna Lucille Gordon Missouri 

Florence Isabel Gregory D. C. 

Frances Smith Haas Maryland 

Alta Lucille Hurlbut Nebraska 

Blanche Le Ora Jenkins Maryland 

Diana Stevan Kramer Maryland 

William Conroy Marth New Jersey 

Frederick Richmond McBrien Canada 

Lisette Riggs D. C. 

Thomas Charles Gordon Wagner D. C. 

Minnie Warren Maryland 

Lois Belfield Watt Maryland 

Daniel De Walt Willard Maryland 

Margery Walker Wright West Virginia 

Master of Science 

Sylvan E. Beck Maryland 

Charles Lee Benton, Jr Maryland 

Thomas Grover Culton Kentucky 

Raymond Davis, Jr D. C. 

Bessie A. Stearnes Donnally D. C. 

Emanuel Friedman New York 

Paul McConkey Galbreath Maryland 

Shirley Madelyn Glickman Maryland 

Lex Bailey Golden Maryland 

George Hall Goldsborough Maryland 

John Salisbury Goldsmith Maryland 

Samuel Grober New York 

Albert Carl Groschke Pennsylvania 

George Philip Hager Maryland 

Robert Willmott Harrison Kentucky 

Carl William Hess Iowa 

Bernice Heyman Maryland 

Kathryn Johns Maryland 

Robert Edwin Jones Ohio 

Daniel Kaminsky New York 

Anne Mary Kunkel Maryland 

Russell Ernest Leed Pennsylvania 

Raymond Vandermark Leigh ty Virginia 

Irvin Levin Maryland 

Melvin Lewis Levine Iowa 

Louis Littman Virginia 

Oscar Keeling Moore Florida 

Martin Hammond Muma Maryland 

Norman Gerard Paulhus Connecticut 

Walter Benjamin Posey Maryland 

August Raspet Maryland 

Otto E. Rauchschwalbe Maryland 

Max Rubin New Jersey 

Alexander Sadie D. C. 

John Logan Schutz Louisiana 

Charles Henry Seuflferle Ohio 

Fred David Sisler D. C. 

Richard Battell Stephenson Massachusetts 

Bernard Sussman Maryland 

Robert Edward Thompson South Dakota 

Clifton Wilson Van Horn Maryland 

John Paul Wintermoyer Maryland 

Raymond Milton Young Connecticut 

Candidates will be presented by Acting Dean H. Boyd Wylie 

Doctor of Medicine 

Glenn Horner Algire Maryland 

Stephen Ralph Andrews, Jr Maryland 

William Charles Arney North Carolina 

John Cletus Baier Maryland 

Walter Levi Bailey Pennsylvania 

Daniel Cleveland Barker Connecticut 

Edmund George Beacham Maryland 

Harold Paul Biehl Maryland 

Jesse Nachlas Borden Maryland 

Irving Carlton Brinsfield Maryland 

Lester Harold Caplan Maryland 

Weldon Porter Chandler North Caroling 

Robert Henry Clifford, 3rd New Jersey 

John Totterdale Cole Ohia- 

Paul Harvey Correll Maryland 

Louie Samuel Daniel North Carolina 

Edwin Oliver Daue, Jr Maryland 

Joseph DeLuca Rhode Island 

Charles Frederic Dent West Virginia 

Leonard Vincent Don Diego, Jr New York 

William Carroll Duffy Maryland 

James Richard Dwyer Pennsylvania 

James Albert Freeman, Jr West Virginia 

William Hammond Fusting Maryland 

William Farrow Gassaway Maryland 

Robert Louis Gibbs North Carolina 

Irving Van der Veere Glick New York 

Walter Raleigh Graham North Carolina 

Luis Roberto Guzman Lopez Puerto Rico 

Morton Hecht, Jr Maryla]\d 

Emil Heller Henning, Jr Maryland. 

Albert Heyman Maryland' 

Elizabeth Louise Hooton Maryland 

Daniel Hope, Jr Maryland- 

Susana Igartua Cardona Puerto Rico 

Benjamin Harrison Inloes, Jr Maryland- 
William Parks Jamison West Virginia 

Louis Cecil Jorgensen Utah 

James Roscoe Karns Maryland 

Julian Gilbert Kirchick New York 

Schuyler George Kohn Maryland 

Edward Louis Joseph Krieg Maryland 

Albert Alexander Kurland Maryland 

Robert Eshelman Lartz Pennsylvania 

William Soy Ming Ling New York 

William Cook Livingood Pennsylvania 

Frank Ford Loker Maryland 

Harry Pearce Maccubbin Maryland 

Simeon Van Trump Markline Maryland 

Clarence Wilbur Martin, II Maryland 

Alfred Richard Maryanov New York 

Daniel Hutchinson Mathers Maryland 

Harold Francis McCann West Virginia 

James Edward McClung West Virginia 

William Dennis McClung West Virginia 

George Croxton McDaniel Maryland 

William James McKinnon North Carolina 

Forest Chauncey Meade Maryland 

Joseph Miceli Maryland 

Edward Louis Molz Maryland 

Frederick Elbert Murphy, Jr Georgia 

William Travers Muse Maryland 

George Roger Myers, Jr Maryland 

James Francis O'Hara, Jr. Ohio 

Guillermo Pico Santiago Puerto Rico 

Ross Zimmerman Pierpont Maryland 

Robert Toms Pigford North Carolina 

William Piatt Maryland 

Arthur Edgar Pollock Pennsylvania 

Leonard Posner New York 

John Costello Pound Maryland 

Charles Martin Rhode Maryland 

Conrad Louis Richter Maryland 

Raymond C. Vail Robinson Maryland 

Donald James Roop Maryland 

Carl Eliot Rothschild China 

Thomas Edgie Russell, Jr. Maryland 

Philip Joseph Russillo New Jersey 

George Gerard Schlesinger New York 

Joseph Wright Sloan New Jersey 

James Brady Smith Maryland 

Ruby Arden Smith West Virginia 

Orlando John Squillante Rhode Island 

Howard Nehemiah Stayton, Jr Delaware 

William Joseph Supik Maryland 

Louis Haberer Tankin Maryland 

Alexander Frank Thompson North Carolina 

Samuel Tompakov Maryland 

Wilfred Henry Townshend, Jr Maryland 

William Trevor Maryland 

William Carryl Triplett West Virginia 

Merton Theodore Waite Maryland 

William Earl Weeks North Carolina 

Jesse Lee Wilkins Maryland 

Herman Joseph Williams Pennsylvania 

Richard Talbot Williams Maryland 

Harry Thomas Wilson, Jr Maryland 

William Irwin Wolff New York 

James Rhodes Wright North Carolina 

Solomon Bernard Zinkin New Jersey 

James Roscoe Karns 

Joseph Wright Sloan 
Carl Eliot Rothschild 


University Prize Gold Medals 

William Irwin Wolff 

Certificates of Honor 

Lester Harold Caplan 
Samuel Tompakov 
William Soy Ming Ling 

The Dr. A. Bradley Gaither Memorial prize of $25.00 for the best work in genito-urinary 
surgery during the senior year Charles Martin Rhode 

The Samuel M. Shoemaker Memorial prize of $25.00 for the best essay on "Milk in Relation 
to Public Health" written by a student in the senior class Edward Louis Molz 


Candidates will be presented by Dean J. Ben Robinson 

Doctor of Dental Surgery 

Sidney Alfred Belinkoflf New Jersey 

John Tandy Bonham West Virginia 

Julian Barnet Bookstaver New Jersey 

Theodore Francis Czaplinski New York 

Benjamin Anthony Dabrowski Maryland 

Benjamin Diamond .* Virginia 

Samuel Goldhaber New York 

Julius Irving Kasawich New York 

Burton Litchman Rhode Island 

George Arthur Lowander, Jr New York 

Eugene Leo Pessagno, Jr Maryland 

Bernard Randman New York 

Horace Lloyd Westcott Connecticut 


Doctor of Dental Surgery 

Gilbert Franklin Gorsuch Maryland Isidore Legum. 



University Gold Medal for Scholarship Benjamin Anthony Dabrowski 

Certificates of Honor 

Bernard Randman John Tandy Bonham 


Candidates will He preseiited'"5yDean Roger Howell 

Certificate of Proficiency 

Charles Hurley Cox Maryland 

Bachelor of Laws 

Warren Lee Bailey Maryland 

Thomas Newan Berry Maryland 

*Charles Edward Bichy, Jr Maryland 

Morris Bogdanow New Jersey 

John Joseph Brennan Maryland 

Ethel Louise Brockman Maryland 

Robert MacDonald Bruce Maryland 

Doran Henry Buppert Maryland 

Michael Eugene Bussey Maryland 

David Lesser Caplan Maryland 

Harold Claudius Care Maryland 

John Stephen Connor, Jr Maryland 

Calvin Albert Douglass Maryland 

*Leroy Whiting Farinholt, Jr Maryland 

*John T. Fey Maryland 

*Thomas Humphries Hedrick Maryland 

*John Oliver Herrmann Maryland 

Jesse Walter Holmes, Jr Maryland 

John Henry Hopkins, IV Maryland 

Sanford Hordes D. C. 

George E. Howell Maryland 

Joseph Franklin Howell Maryland 

Clarence Leatherbury Johnson Maryland 

* With Honor. 

*Solomon Kaplan Maryland 

Richard Estep Lankford Maryland 

Everett Paul Mason, Jr Maryland 

Edwin Ottenheimer Maryland 

Leonard Paymer Maryland 

Albin Joseph Plant Maryland 

Samuel Joseph Polack Maryland 

Charles Frederick Rechner, Jr Maryland 

Hugo Anthony Ricciuti Maryland 

*Emma Sadtler Robertson Maryland 

*Jay Benson Saks Maryland 

David Stevenson Scrivener D. C. 

Reubjen Shiling Maryland 

James Blaine Sweeny, Jr Maryland 

B. Conway Taylor, Jr Maryland 

Calvert Thomas Maryland 

*Charles Awdry Thompson Maryland 

Charles CUfton Virts Maryland 

Arthur Walter Watchorn Massachusetts 

Alfred Woods Florida 

Paul Jacob Yeager Maryland 

Richard Edward Zimmerman Maryland 


Bachelor of Laws 

Lawrence Emerson Williams Maryland 


Elected to the Order of the Coif 

John T. Fey 

John Oliver Herrmann 

Charles Awdry Thompson 

Solomon Kaplan 
Jay Benson Saks 

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

John Oliver Herrmann 

George 0. Blome prizes to representatives on the Honor Case in the Practice Court: 

John Oliver Herrmann 
Jay Benson Saks 

B. Conway Taylor, Jr. 
Richard Edward Zimmerman 

Candidates will be presented by Dean Andrew G. DuMez 

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy 

Alfred Henry Alessi Maryland 

Francis Salvatore Balassone West Virginia 

Clarice Caplan Maryland 

Matthew Joseph Celozzi Maryland 

Harry I. Cohen Maryland 

Samuel Cohen Maryland 

Bernard Samuel Feinstein Maryland 

Louis Lester Glaser Maryland 

Albert Goldberg Maryland 

Joseph Greenberg Maryland 

Leonard Gumenick Maryland 

Irvin Kamenetz Maryland 

Sidney Kline Maryland 

Robert Harold Klotzman Maryland 

Bernard Kramer Maryland 

Anthony J. Kursvietis Maryland 

Norbert Gordon Lassahn Maryland 

Philip H. Lerman Maryland 

Leon Phillip Levin Maryland 

Irving Levy Maryland 

Edward Miller Maryland 

Alphonse Poklis Maryland 

Philip Frederick Richman Maryland 

Donald Merle Rosen Maryland 

Norman Robert Sachs Maryland 

Solomon Sandler Maryland 

Mildred Schlaen Maryland 

Joseph William Shook Maryland 

Edgar Mano Silberg Maryland 

Robert Simonoflf Maryland 

Daniel E. Smith Maryland 

Irving Sowbel Maryland 

Morris Zukerberg Maryland 

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy 

Leonard Freedman Maryland 

Irving Jerome Heneson Maryland 

Daniel Hope, Jr Maryland 

Albert Heyman Maryland 

Benjamin Harrison Inloes, Jr Maryland 

James Roscoe Karns Maryland 

Albert Alexander Kurland Maryland 

Ross Zimmerman Pierpont Maryland 

Conrad Louis Richter Maryland 

Albert Sachs Maryland 

Harry Stone Maryland 

William Joseph Supik Maryland 


Gold Medal for General Excellence Mildred Schlaen 

The William Simon Memorial Prize for Proficiency in Practical Chemistry Mildred Schlaen 

The L. S. Williams Practical Pharmacy Prize Alphonse Poklis 

Th^ Conrad L. Wich Botany and Pharmacognosy Prize Bernard Samuel Feinstein 

Certificates of Honor 

Bernard Samuel Feinstein Leonard Gumenick 

Philip H. Lerman 


Candidates will be presented by Assistant Dean H. F Cotterman 

Bachelor of Science 

Louis Franklin Ahalt Maryland 

Wilmer Francis Aist Maryland 

John Alfred Baden Maryland 

George Charles Beneze Maryland 

Mary Louise Brinckerhoflf Pennsylvania 

John William Brosius, Jr Maryland 

Walter Mason Butler, Jr Maryland 

Albert Harman Cole Maryland 

Harold F Cotterman, Jr Maryland 

Howard Grafton Crist, Jr Maryland 

Elaine Danforth Maryland 

Edward Bloxom Daugherty, Jr Delaware 

Virginia Elizabeth Davis D. C. 

Edward Joseph Dougherty Maryland 

Edith Farrington Maryland 

Carroll Milton Forsyth Maryland 

Vernon Royston Foster Maryland 

Page DeForrest Fullington D. C. 

Benton Ray Gatch, Jr Maryland 

William Hansel Maryland 

George Joseph Harris Maryland 

Venton Rufus Harrison D. C. 

Kenneth Samuel Hess D. C. 

Virginia Eyre Hodson Maryland 

Park Painter Howard Maryland 

Sarah Virginia Huffer Maryland 

Kenneth Forthenbaker Jones Delaware 

Fred Stone Kefauver Maryland 

Joseph Hugh Keller Maryland 

Margaret Cobey Kemp Maryland 

Joshua Melvin Leise D. C. 

Mary Frances MacLeod D. C. 

Harry Byrd Matthews, Jr Maryland 

James Alan McGregor Maryland 

DeVoe Kepler Meade Maryland 

Margaret Charlotte Menke D. C. 

Joseph Samuel Merritt, Jr Maryland 

Joseph Burton Morris Maryland 

Oscar William Nevares, Jr Maryland 

Robert Wescott Pailthorp Maryland 

Richard Nelson Phelps Maryland 

Joseph Norbert Pohlhaus Maryland 

William Vaughn Redding Maryland 

Arthur Millard Rudy Maryland 

David Gabriel Freeland Sheibley 


Wilson L. Smith, Jr Maryland 

Frances Jane Stouffer Maryland 

Agnes Hope Swann Maryland 

Dorothy Elizabeth Talbott Maryland 

S. Ady Ward Maryland 

Joseph Smith Winter Maryland 

Gaylord H. Wisner D. C. 


Bachelor of Science 

Marcia Ladson Maryland 

Patricia Margaret Willingham Maryland 

First Honors 

John William Brosius, Jr. 
Margaret Cobey Kemp 
Walter Mason Butler, Jr. 
Agnes Hope Swann 
Frances Jane Stouffer 

Honorable Mention 

Second Honors 

Vernon Royston Foster 
Joshua Melvin Leise 
David Gabriel Freeland Sheibley 
Sarah Virginia Huffer 
Margaret Charlotte Menke 


Candidates will be presented by Dean L. B. Broughton 

Bachelor of Arts 

Catherine Carmela Aiello Maryland 

Lola Bernice Barre D. C. 

Alice Marie Blum Maryland 

William Ross Bond Maryland 

Muriel Mabelle Booth Maryland 

Leslie Lorentz Bowers D. C. 

Rose Emlyn Britton D. C. 

Thomas Carlyle Carrico Maryland 

Gayle Montgomery Davis Canada 

Dorothy Coulbourn Dennis New Jersey 

John Herbert Edyvean Maryland 

Pearl Ettin : New Jersey 

Lee Adele Fisch New Jersey 

Leona Shirley Freedman Maryland 

Olga Selma Furbershaw Maryland 

Louise Saint Clair Gardiner D. C. 

Carl Goller Maryland 

Judith Kathryn Greenwood D. C. 

Mary Louise Griffith Maryland 

Evelyn Lee Hampshire Maryland 

Mary Jane Harrington D. C. 

Pauline Clayton Harris Maryland 

May Elizabeth Harrover D. C. 

Julia Elizabeth Head Maryland 

Adrienne Marye Henderson Maryland 

Audrey Annette Hornstein Maryland 

Geraldine Viola Jett Maryland 

Ruth Elizabeth Koenig Maryland 

John William Kraus Maryland 

Bertha Mary Langford D. C. 

Richard McGowan Lee Maryland 

Martha Jane Legge Maryland 

James David Leonard Maryland 

Leroy Henry List Maryland 

Ruth Elaine Long Maryland 

Harriette N. McClay Maryland 

Margaret Rebecca Mclndoe Maryland 

WilHam Henry McManus, Jr Maryland 

William Bruce Oswald Maryland 

Noble Luther Owings Maryland 

Merle Reed Preble Maryland 

Stedman Prescott, Jr Maryland 

Mary Ellen Pyle Maryland 

Bernard Rice Maryland 

Bernard Leon Rosen Maryland 

Ruth Rubin D. C. 

M. Bertram Sachs Maryland 

Betty Dirks St. Clair Maryland 

George Sempeles Maryland 

Edgar Alan Simpson Maryland 

Adria Jean Smith Maryland 

Katherine Love Turner D. C. 

Sara Anne Vaiden Maryland 

Helen Owen Welsh Maryland 

Joseph Gordon White Maryland 

Naomi Lorraine Wilson Maryland 

Bachelor of Science 

David Alan Abrams West Virginia 

Lawrence Warren Auerbach New York 

Agnes Crawford Baldwin Maryland 

Virginia Blanck Bates Maryland 

Belen Noemi Benavent Puerto Rico 

Carl Richard Blumenstein D. C. 

Marian Webster Bond D. C. 

Eloise Amelia Anne Buch Maryland 

Camille Caroline Clark Maryland 

Virginia Carolyn Conley Maryland 

Alfred Arthur Cooke Maryland 

Harold Dillon Maryland 

Roscoe Daniel Dwiggins Maryland 

William George Esmond D. C. 

Howard Hoy Fawcett Maryland 

John Hercles Gile D. C. 

Ralph Curtis Hammer Maryland 

Mary Ellen Hunter Maryland 

Walter Vincent Hurley Maryland 

Ann Heath Irvine Illinois 

Melvin Stephen Joseph Jaworski Maryland 

Margaret Elizabeth Johnston D. C. 

Daniel Kaufman D. C. 

Paul Charles Kundahl Maryland 

Malcolm Thomas McGoogan, Jr Georgia 

Ernest A. Michaelson Maryland 

Milton D. Mintz New Jersey 

Carroll Funk Palmer D. C. 

Joseph Algernon Parks, Jr D. C. 

Samuel Ronald Pinas Maryland 

Enos Ray Maryland 

Charles Gordon Remsburg Maryland 

Martin Rochlin Maryland 

Rita Abigail Scheffler Maryland 

David Louis Seidel Maryland 

David Seligson Maryland 

Mary Elizabeth Simpson Maryland 

William Howard Souder, Jr D. C. 

Harold Sterling D. C. 

Harry William Stern D. C. 

Pedro F. Ubides Aponte Puerto Rico 


Bachelor of Arts 

Phyllis Geraldine Bollinger Maryland 

Thelma Penn Bowling Maryland 

Harold Browne Carleton D, C. 

Gladys Marion Person Maryland 

Harold Sachs D. C. 

Eleanor Shirley Snyder Maryland 

Bachelor of Science 

Mary Rachel Eckenrode Maryland 

Francis Thomas Maxwell Maryland 

Martin Rosen New York 

Benjamin Biser Shewbridge Maryland 

Virginia Annette Terry Maryland 

Francis Joseph Zalesak Maryland 

Honorable Mention 

First Honors 

M. Bertram Sachs 
May Elizabeth Harrover 
Richard McGowan Lee 
John Hercles Gile 
Mary Elizabeth Simpson 
Betty Dirks St. Clair 
Mary Jane Harrington 
Marian Webster Bond 
Agnes Crawford Baldwin 
David Seligson 

Second Honors 

Camille Caroline Clark 
Olga Selma Furbershaw 
Bertha Mary Langford 
Eloise Amelia Anne Buch 
David Alan Abrams 
Carl Richard Blumenstein 
Noble Luther Owings 
Margaret Elizabeth Johnston 
Carroll Funk Palmer 
Samuel Ronald Pinas 


Candidates will be presented by Dean W. M. Stevens 

Bachelor of Science 

George Damon Allen Maryland 

Nathan Askin Maryland 

Herman John Badenhoop Maryland 

Francis Xavier Beamer D. C. 

Burton David Borden D. C. 

Robert S. Brown Pennsylvania 

William Edward Brown, Jr New York 

Robert James Chaney Maryland 

Margaret Lorraine Coyle Maryland 

Joseph Crisafulli D. C. 

Aloyuise Ivor Davis Maryland 

William Bruce Davis Maryland 

Albert W. Dieffenbach Maryland 

Charles Robbins Disharoon, II Maryland 

Sidney Abraham Dorfman D. C. 

Edward Hoover Dufif Maryland 

George L. Flax D. C. 

Edwin Freeland Harlan Maryland 

Sam Harris Maryland 

James Wendell Healey Maryland 

Fred John Hughes, Jr Maryland 

Carroll Summers Hutton Maryland 

Julius Wirth Ireland Maryland 

James Danford Kemper D. C. 

Charles Walter Kendall, Jr Maryland 

Henry Arthur Kennedy Iowa 

Stanley Trudman Kummer Maryland 

George Edward Lawrence Pennsylvania 

Samuel Jayson LeFrak New York 

Ruth Thornton Magruder D. C. 

Arthur Peregoff Maryland 

Jay Morton Phillips Maryland 

Thornton C. Race Maryland 

Billie Jane Rittase Maryland 

Frank Joseph Skotnicki Pennsylvania 

Hateva Vivring Smith Maryland 

Douglas Sidney Steinberg Maryland 

Charles Linwood Thompson Maryland 

Ralph Jay Tyser Maryland 

Murray Alvin Valenstein Maryland 

Harry Frederick Vollmer, III Maryland 

Henry F. Wyatt Maryland 

Herbert Scott Young D. C. 


Bachelor of Science 

Michael E. Panciotti Connecticut 

First Honors 

Burton David Borden 
George L. Flax 
Henry Arthur Kennedy 
Billie Jane Rittase 

Honorable Mention 

Second Honors 

Edward Hoover Duflf 
Arthur Peregoflf 
Ralph Jay Tyser 
William Edward Brown, Jr. 



Candidates will be presented by Dean Harold Benjamin 


Mildred Baitz D. C. 

Richard Kenneth Barnes, Jr Maryland 

Gladys King Bollinger Maryland 

Helene Toba Brenner Maryland 

Clayton A. Dietrich Maryland 

Nathan Gustavus Dorsey, Jr Maryland 

Katherine Cornelia Dunn Maryland 

Doris W. Ehrmantraut D. C. 

Annamarie Helene Fricke Maryland 

Helen Virginia Groves Maryland 

Richard Kenneth Hart Maryland 

Betty Leland Hottel Maryland 

Lorraine Valentine Jackson Maryland 

of Arts 

Anne Elizabeth Jarboe Maryland 

Rose Irene Jones Maryland 

Virginia Anderson Keys Maryland 

George William Knepley Maryland 

Bess Louise Paterson Maryland 

Gertrude Ethel Plumer Maryland 

Ethel Pollack Maryland 

Margaret Stafford Reynolds Maryland 

Mary Susan Rinehart Maryland 

Katharine Elizabeth Short Maryland 

Ruth Weld Maryland 

Mary Ovelton Zurhorst Maryland 


Genevieve Aitcheson Maryland 

Ralph Joseph Albarano Pennsylvania 

Ann Calhoun Ames Maryland 

Bankard Frederick Baer Maryland 

Allena Weiler Baker Maryland 

Marie WoUenberg Barnes Maryland 

Ann Marie Bono D. C. 

Vivian Eulalia Bono D. C. 

Slater Warner Bryant, Jr Maryland 

Thelma WoUenberg Burns Maryland 

Eva EHzabeth Burroughs Maryland 

Mason F. Chronister Maryland 

Laura Roberta Duncan Maryland 

Halbert Knapp Evans Maryland 

William Benjamin Evans, Jr Maryland 

Blanche Summers Farrow Maryland 

Sara Frances Ferrell West Virginia 

Murray Holmes Fout Maryland 

Austin Eugene Gisriel Maryland 

Charles Henry Gontrum Maryland 

Edith Marie Grove D. C. 

Frank Charles Gunderloy Maryland 

Eunice Marjorie Lee Hackett Maryland 

Delma Mae Holden Maryland 

Eldred DeWitt Johnson Maryland 

Lyda Keating Maryland 

James Henry Kehoe, Jr Maryland 

Katherine Jane Kenney Maryland 

Judith A. King D. C. 

of Science 

Allan Stacy Kinsey, Jr Maryland 

Joseph Kornblatt Maryland 

Lucille Viola Kornmann Maryland 

Harvey Wilson Kreuzburg, Jr Maryland 

John Bennett Laugerman Maryland 

Israel Leites Maryland 

Katherine Ann Longest Maryland 

Lewis Arnold Matthaei Maryland 

Mildred Lois McCall D. C. 

Antoinette Darby McKeever Maryland 

James Gordon Meade Maryland 

Clifford Clarence Merkle Maryland 

Mabel Evitt Myers Maryland 

Virginia Kathryn Neff Maryland 

Alice Elinor Nordwall Maryland 

Cecil Norris Maryland 

Sophia Jean Ochstein Maryland 

Anna Belle Owens Maryland 

Louis Rachanow Maryland 

Herbert Stewart Roesler Virginia 

Edna May Schaefer Maryland 

Anna Gertrude Shepperd Maryland 

James Anthony Stach Maryland 

A. Terris Stoddart Maryland 

Lois Teal Maryland 

Charles William Weidinger Maryland 

Margery Hurd West D. C. 

Laurence Leigh ton Williams Maryland 

Alice Irene Young Maryland 



Kathryn Kalbfus Abbott D. C. 

Betty Lanier Alder Maryland 

Herman L. Baron Maryland 

Crescent J. Bride Maryland 

Mary Ellen Christie D. C. 

Jennie DeWilde Clagett Maryland 

Marion Brown Close D. C. 

Alice Mae Coulbourn Maryland 

Alice Katherine Cronise Maryland 

Lydia M. Downton Maryland 

Paul Leo Footen Maryland 

Evel Walker Fulgham D. C. 

E. Marvel Gordy Maryland 

Katharyn Elizabeth Harmon Maryland 

Jennie M. Hyde Maryland 

Marion Kirby Maryland 

of Science 

Elizabeth S. Lynch D. C. 

Irvin Curtis Mayes, Jr Maryland 

William Houston Mahaney Maryland 

Minnie Mae Meese Maryland 

Bernard Nachlas Maryland 

David Nathanson Maryland 

Dominic Vincent Provenza Maryland 

Leon Rivkin Maryland 

Glenn Hugh Sensenbaugh Maryland 

Mary Veronica Sleeman Maryland 

Anne Watson Tennant Maryland 

Naomi Rita Teter Maryland 

Margaret Hardy Tompkins Maryland 

Margaret Grothey Williams Maryland 

Helen Louise Wood D. C. 

Saranna White Yonkers Maryland 


Elizabeth Summers Clopper 

Bachelor of Arts 
Maryland Helen Lucille lager. 


First Honors 

Gladys King Bollinger 
Eva Elizabeth Burroughs 
Betty Leiand Hottel 
Helen Virginia Groves 
Nathan Gustavus Dorsey, Jr. 
Mary Susan Rinehart 

Honorable Mention 

Second Honors 

Mildred Baitz 
Katharine EHzabeth Short 
Judith A. King 
Murray Holmes Fout 
Richard Kenneth Hart 
Rose Irene Jones 


Candidates will be presented by Dean S. S. Steinberg 

Civil Engineer 

Ezekiel John Merrick, Jr 

.D. C. 

Electrical Engineer 

Richard Louis Lloyd Maryland 

Bachelor of Science 

Richard Kenneth Bamman Maryland 

Edward Kent Bebb Maryland 

Richard S. Brashears D. C. 

Nicholas Alexander Budkoff Massachusetts 

Byron Lawrence Carpenter D. C. 

Richard Westley Carroll Pennsylvania 

Joseph Anderson Clarke Maryland 

Thomas Ludlow Coleman D. C. 

James Edward Collins Maryland 

Alfred Arthur Cooke Maryland 

William Hambleton Corkran Maryland 

Junior Newton Cox Maryland 

Leonard Carter Cranford D. C. 

John Joseph DeArmey Pennsylvania 

Arthur Whitney Fletcher, Jr Maryland 

Harry Gorsuch Gallagher Maryland 

Sigmund Irvin Gerber D. C 

Orville Wallin Greenwood Maryland 

Leslie Stewart Grogan D. C. 

Louis Kemp Hennighausen, Jr Maryland 

Wilbur Meade Herbert Maryland 

Harold Herman D. C. 

Joseph Kaminski Maryland 

Paul Gloss Kestler Maryland 

Robert William Kinney _ D. C. 

Herman Russell Knust Maryland 

Paul Trueman Lanham Maryland 

George Malcolm Lapoint Maryland 

Lee E. LeMat D, C. 

Robert Joseph Lodge Maryland 

Frank Paul Lozupone Maryland 

Joseph Mossier Marzolf, Jr Maryland 

Joseph T. Moran Maryland 

Francis Clyde Morris D. C. 

Milton Morton Mulitz D. C. 

Sanford Edsall Northrop Maryland 

Charles Neepier Odell Maryland 

Leonard John Otten, Jr Maryland 

Charles Richard Parsons D. C. 

Lewis Albert Poole Maryland 

William Dixon Purdum Maryland 

Ralph Louis Rector D. C. 

Joseph Solomon Russell, Jr Maryland 

Bowen Wood Shaw Maryland 

John Kelso Shipe D. C. 

Harvey Clarence Simms Maryland 

William Alexander Sheer Maryland 

Henry Taylor Stedman, II Maryland 

Warren Eugene Steiner D. C. 

Gardner Hollister Storrs Maryland 

Robert Earl Warner Maryland 

WiUiam Henry Watkins D. C. 

Loraine Hubert Weeks Maryland 

John Gibson Wilson, Jr D. C. 

Robert Murray Wilson D. C. 

Wilbur Fisk Yocum Maryland 

First Honors 

Joseph Mossier Marzolf, Jr. 
Richard Westley Carroll 
Bowen Wood Shaw 
George Malcolm Lapoint 
Ralph Louis Rector 

Honorable Mention 

Second Honors 

Joseph Kaminski 
Sanford Edsall Northrop 
Wilbur Meade Herbert 
Loraine Hubert Weeks 
Wilham Dixon Purdum 
Byron Lawrence Carpenter 



Candidates will be presented by Dean M. Marie Mount 

Bachelor of Science 

mrietta T, Abrahams New Jersey 

iith Ripnitz Bernstein D. C. 

ildred Alice Bland D. C. 

itherine Hinwood Bohman Maryland 

'elyn Adair Bullock Maryland 

iter Helen Agnes Cashin New York 

irgaret R. Collison Maryland 

iry Lee Rebecca Cramblitt Maryland 

mpe Haile Curry Maryland 

irie Dorothy Dippel Maryland 

irgaret Frances Dorsey Maryland 

atrice Fennell Maryland 

irgaret Ellen Bishop Ford Maryland 

ter Mary Louise Fuchs New York 

ith Garonzik Maryland 

iriana Grogan D. C. 

irtha Virginia Hickman D. C. 

irothy Laura Hussong D. C. 

le Louise Kraft D. C. 

3anor Margaret Kuhn Maryland 

na Lucile Leighty D. C. 

Mary Adan Logan D. C. 

Elnora Louise Lyon Maryland 

Jane Maxson New Jersey 

Lois Charlotte McComas Maryland 

Gertrude Evelyn McRae Maryland 

Esther La Rue Mulhnix Maryland 

Florence Jane Repp Maryland 

B. Marie Robinette Richards Maryland 

Ruth Mae Richmond Maryland 

Helen Rodgers New York 

Mary Lee Ross Maryland 

Evelyn B. Sachs Maryland 

Catherine Samson Maryland 

Grace Elaine Schopmeyer D. C. 

Harriet Elizabeth Sheild Maryland 

Barbara Belle Skinner Maryland 

Margaret Hunt Smaltz D.C. 

Marie Conners Turner D.C. 

Dorothea Annette Wailes Maryland 

Margaret Virginia Wood D. C. 

Mary Elizabeth Zimmerman Maryland 

Honorable Mention 

First Honors 

Jane Louise Kraft 
Mary Lee Ross 
Sister Mary Louise Fuchs 
Mariana Grogan 
Martha Virginia Hickman 

Second Honors 

Sister Helen Agnes Cashin 
B. Marie Robinette Richards 
Barbara Belle Skinner 
Lena Lucile Leighty 

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

Graduate in Nursing 

elyn Geraldine Akers Maryland 

arl Elaine Albright Maryland 

irtha Louisa Baer Pennsylvania 

irie Patria Broadnax South Carolina 

iry Madora Bussard Maryland 

rginia Carolyn Conley Maryland 

a Virginia Duffee Virginia 

illie Ferrell Gardner Virginia 

izabeth Catherine Granofsky Maryland 

atrice Catherine Horn Maryland 

ura Ellen Linthicum Maryland 

inie Margaret Mcintosh South Carolina 

Ina Cecelia Nester New Jersey 

ssie Marie Parks Virginia 

ura Grace Pember North Carolina 

)rothy Jane Provance Pennsylvania 

Pauline Isabel Remke West Virginia 

Ruth Anna Rothhaupt Pennsylvania 

Nellie May Scharf Maryland 

Alida Sherwood Indiana 

Mary Louise Sinnott Maryland 

Mary Alyce Skaggs West Virginia 

Ethel Buffett Smithson Maryland 

Marianna Kearfott Starford West Virginia 

Laura Elizabeth Teeple Florida 

Ruby Estelle Thompson Maryland 

Marion Helen Vivod Maryland 

Dorcas Viola Ward Maryland 

Ada Margaret Watson .....Pennsylvania 

Amy Lee Wilkins Maryland 

Ruth Carey Woerner Maryland 



The Janet Hale Memcrial Scholarship, given by the University 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 scholar- 
ship Ava Virginia Duffee 

The Elizabeth Collins Lee Prize to the student having the second highest average in 
scholarship Pauline Isabel Rerake 

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

Ava Virginia Duffee 

The Edwin and Leander M. Zimmerman Prize for practical nursing and for displaying 
the greatest and sympathy for the patients Ada Margaret Watson 

The University of Maryland Nurses' Alumnae Association Pin, and Membership in the 
Association, for practical nursing and executive ability Ruth Anna Rothhaupt 



Ralph Joseph Albarano 
George Damon Allen 
Herman John Badenhoop 
Richard Kenneth Barnes, Jr. 
Charles William Bastian, Jr. 
Francis Za\'ier Beamer 
Carl Richard Blumenstein 
Durton Da\id Borden 
Robert S. Brown 
William Edward Bro-^m, Jr. 
Nicholas Alexander Budkoff 
Mason F. Chronister 
Thomas Ludlow Coleman 
Harold F. Cotterman, Jr. 
Junior Newton Cox 
Donald Chatterson Da\idson 
William Bruce Davis 
Clayton A. Dietrich 
Harold Dillon 
William George Esmond 
George L. Flax 
Carroll Milton Forsyth 
Vernon Royston Foster 
Elmer Leroy Freemire 
Harry Gorsuch Gallagher, Jr. 
John Gordon Grier 
Harry Bulkley Hambleton, Jr. 
Edwin Freeland Harlan 
George James Heil, Jr. 
Louis Kemp Hennighausen, Jr. 

Charles Chilton Holbrook 
Willard Cecillius Jensen 
Henr>' Frankland Kimball, Jr. 
Robert Wypne Laughead 
George Edward Lav,Tence 
Richard McGowan Lee 
Robert Joseph Lodge 
Joseph Mossier Marzolf, Jr. 
Edward Thomas Naughten, Jr. 
William Henrj- McManus, Jr. 
Stephen Mason Meginniss 
Alan Randolph Miller 
Oscar William Nevares, Jr. 
Leonard John Otten, Jr. 
Joseph Algernon Parks, Jr. 
Merle Reed Preble 
Enos Ray 

Thomas Wise Riley, Jr. 
John Kelso Shipe 
Frank Joseph Skotnicki 
William Howard Souder, Jr. 
Warren Eugene Steiner 
Carl Hoak Stewart, Jr. 
A. Terris Stoddart 
Gardner Hollister Storrs 
Morgan Ledyard Tenny 
John Sherman Thatcher 
Ralph Jay Tyser 
William Henry Watkins 



College Park Division 

Elected to Phi Kappa Phi Honorary Society 

Agnes Crawford Baldwin 
Sylvan E. Beck 
Charles Lee Benton, Jr. 
Gladys King Bollinger 
Marian Webster Bond 
Burton David Borden 
John William Brosius, Jr. 
Arthur R. Buddington 
Eva Elizabeth Burroughs 
Walter Mason Butler, Jr. 
Richard Westley Carroll 
Muriel Crosby 

Nathan Gustavus Dorsey, Jr. 
Edward Hoover Duff 
George L. Flax 
Vernon Royston Foster 
Murray Holmes Fout 
Sister Mary Louise Fuchs 
John Hercles Gile 
Lex Bailey Golden 
Mariana Grogan 
Helen Virginia Groves 
Mary Jane Harrington 
Mary Elizabeth Harrover 

Martha Virginia Hickman 
Betty Leland Hottel 
Margaret Cobey Kemp 
Jane Louise Kraft 
George Malcolm Lapoint 
Richard McGowan Lee 
Russell Ernest Leed 
Joshua Melvin Leise 
Joseph Mossier Marzolf, Jr. 
Ralph Louis Rector 
Margaret Stafford Rynolds 
Mary Susan Rinehart 
Billie Jane Rittase 
Mary Lee Ross 
M. Bertram Sachs 
Betty Dirks St. Clair 
David Seligson 
Bowen Wood Shaw 
Mary Elizabeth Simpson 
Walter Marion Sparks 
Frances Jane Stouffer 
Agnes Hope Swann 
Loraine Hubert Weeks 
Daniel DeWalt Willard 

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 Richard McGowan Lee 

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 advancement of women's 
interests at the University. 

Awarded to May Elizabeth Harrover 

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

Awarded to George Edward Lawrence 

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

Awarded to James Henry Kehoe, 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 Gladys King Bollinger 

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

Awarded to Lee Amos Miller 

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 Carroll Funk Palmer 

Service Award, offered by the Staff of the Office of the Dean of Women, in recognition 
of her outstanding service, of her excellent leadership, of her success in bringing about a closer 
relationship among all women students by fostering activities in which all could participate. 

Awarded to Bess Louise Paterson 


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

Awarded to.._ David Hargis Barker 

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

Awarded to Irene Estelle Kuslovitz 

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 En- 

Awarded to Steuart Troy Haywood 

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 administra- 
tion with the highest average for the entire four year course taken at the University of Mary- 

Awarded to Burton David Borden 

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 „ Jean Murday Persons 

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 Alfred Arthur Cooke 

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 Engineering 
who, in the opinion of the faculty of the Department, is the outstanding student in his class. 

Awarded to Edward Kent Bebb 

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 im- 
provement in scholarship over that of his freshman year. 

Awarded to Turner Grafton Timberlake 

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 Joseph Kaminski 

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 Margaret Cobey Kemp 

The Charles B. Hale Dramatic Awards, offered to the man and woman rnembers of the 
senior class who have done most for the advancement of dramatics at the University. 

Awarded to David Louis Seidel, Judith Kathryn Greenwood 

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

Awarded to — Allan Carroll Fisher, Douglas Sidney Steinberg, Bess Louise Paterson, 
Murray Alvin Valenstein, Ralph Jay Tyser, Betty Leland Hottel, Morgan Ledyard Tenny, 
Charles Branson Morris, Bertha Mary Langford. 

The Terrapin Medals awarded for efficient and faithful service on the student year book. 
Awarded to — Robert Culler Rice, George L. Flax, May Elizabeth Harrover, Charles 
Branson Morris, Mary Jane Harrington. 

The Old Line Medals awarded for efllicient and faithful service on the student quarterly 

Awarded to Betty Dirks St. Clair, John Kelso Shipe, Charles Fernand Ksanda, Mary 
Ovelton Zurhorst, Walter Joseph Kerwin. 

Governor's Cup to the best drilled company. 

Awarded to — Company F, commanded by Cadet Captain Warren Eugene Steiner. 


The Reserve Officers' Association Award to the commander of the winning company. 
Awarded to Cadet Captain Warren Eugene Steiner 

The Alumni Cup, offered to the best drilled platoon. 

Awarded to — Second Platoon, Company D, commanded by Cadet First Lieutenant 
Charles William Bastian. 

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

Awarded to — Second Platoon, Company D, commanded by Cadet First Lieutenant 
Charles William Bastian. 

The Mahlon N. Haines Trophy, to the winner of the battalion competition. 

Awarded to Cadet Major Enos Ray 

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 Clifford Haines Davis 

Pershing Rifles Medals to the members of the best drilled squad. 
Awarded to — Cadets Robert Hobart Edwards, Corporal; Victor Philip Klein, John 
Franklyn Adams, William Allen Spangler, Herbert Carl Linsley, Robert Francis Byrne, 
Ramon Grelecki, Sidney Eugene Buck. 

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

Awarded to — Cadets Willard Cecillius Jensen, Robert Wynne Laughead, Alden Elon 
Imus, Jr., Raymond Louis Hodges, Joseph Mossier Marzolf, Jr., John Chesley Marzolf, 
Lawrence Howard Haskin, Thomas Wise Riley, Paul Woolever Newgarden, Robert Matthew 

William Randolph Hearst Rifle Match Medals for Second Place, Third Corps Area. 
Awarded to — Cadets Willard Cecillius Jensen, Robert Wynne Laughead, Thomas Wise 
Riley, Alden Elon Imus, Jr., Raymond Louis Hodges. 

National Rifle Association National Intercollegiate Medals for Third Place in Shoulder 

Awarded to — Cadets Willard Cecillius Jensen, Alden Elon Imus, Jr., Thomas Wise Riley, 
Raymond Louis Hodges, Robert Wynne Laughead. 

National Intercollegiate Gallery Match Medals for Fourth Place. 

Awarded to — Cadets Raymond Louis Hodges, Alden Elon Imus, Jr., Robert Wynne 
Laughead, Howard Dean Fugitt, William Robert Schack, Thomas Wise Riley, Willard Cecillius 
Jensen, Lawrence Howard Haskin, Frank Gilbert Carpenter, Paul Woolever Newgarden. 

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

Awarded to Cadet Willard Cecillius Jensen 

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

Awarded to Cadet Paul Woolever Newgarden 

Athletic Department Gold Medal to Individual Winning the Mehring Trophy Rifle 

Awarded to Cadet Willard Cecillius Jensen 

Mehring Trophy Rifle Competition Silver Medal to Individual Showing Greatest Im- 
Xprovement Wuring the Year. 

Awarded to Cadet Howard Dean Fugitt 

Medals to Best Drilled Individuals in the Pershing Rifles. 

Awarded to — Cadets Jerry Collins Hege, Samuel Varick Moore, Olen Lee Shaver. 

Medals for Third Place, Championship of the District of Columbia, Marine Corps Rifle 

Awarded to — Cadets Robert Wynne Laughead, Alden Elon Imus, Jr., Raymond Louis 
Hodges, Howard Dean Fugitt, Joseph Mossier Marzolf, Jr, 


Junior Championship Medals for First Place, District of Columbia, Marine Corps Rifle 

Awarded to— Cadets George Joseph Newgarden, Paul Woolever Newgarden, William 
Robert Schack, Robert Matthew Rivello, Ulrich Aloysius Geller. 

Trophy offered by Edward Powell to the players who have rendered the greatest service 

to lacrosse during the year. , t t nr n ttt 

Awarded to Oscar William Nevares, Jr. and J. Leo Mueller, 111. 

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

Awadredto Earl Victor Springer