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The Order of Exercises 



The Commencement Procession 



Prelude 

Koenigsmarsch Richard Strauss 

Finale to the opera, "Die Walkiire" Wagner 

UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 
Albert Austin Harding, Director 



Invocation 



FATHER JOHN A. O'BRIEN, Ph.D. 
Chaplain of St. John's Catholic Church, Champaign 



The Commencement Address 

HARRY WOODBURN CHASE, Ph.D., LL.D., L.H.D. 
President of the University 



Saltarello from the "Italian" Symphony. Mendelssohn 

The Conferring of Degrees 

THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY 

The Benediction 

FATHER JOHN A. O'BRIEN 



DEGREES 



The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



James Edwin Aitken 

Marian Aldrich 

Leavitt Gran Allen, with Honors in 

History 
Pauline Curtis Allen 
John Frederick Alsterlund, with 

Honors in Entomology 
Berthe Elizabeth Armstrong, with 

Honors in French 
Jeanette Margaret Armstrong 
Leland AIelvin Baird 
Melvin Charles Baker 
Ray Winthrop Ball 
Clifford Charles Barrett 
Virginia Georgianna Barrett 
Robert Yale Bartholomew 
Paul Robertson Basford 
Arthur Charles Bass 
Anna Kathleen Bauer 
Frances Isabel Beals 
Thomas Douglas Beatty 
Mildred Grace Becker 
Harry Clinton Bell 
Francis Arminius Bennett 
William Gansel Bennett 
Harry Upton Bernstein 
Frances 2\Iary Birkett 
Erma Alvira Bissell 
Beatrice Elizabeth Bittorf 
Lois Janette Blake 
Rexford Sydney Blazer 
Kathryn AIary Boekenhoff, with 

Honors in French 
Eloise Crujibaugh Bonnett 
Alfred William Borg, Jr. 
Mary Elizabeth Bowers 
Winifred Wilma Boyd 
Marian Lucile Braithwaite 
Leona Louise Brandt 
Norma Charlotte Brauer 
Henry Hanna Brigham, Jr. 
Frank Nicholas Brockmeier 
Lucile Brose 
Jlt)d Snell Brown 
Charles Heath Bumstead, with 

Honors in Psychology 
Helena DeKalb Bundy 
Mary Winifred Burns 



James William Butcher, Jr. 
Martha Mary Carey 
Bernadette Elizabeth Caron 
John Richard Carpenter, with 

Honors in Zoology 
Clyde Frederic Carroll 
Kathryn Marie Carroll 
Marjorie Thelma Carson 
Audrey Lucille Castle 
Aura Frances Clark 
Helen Elizabeth Clayton, with 

Honors in Spanish 
Margaret Ellen Clem 
Rubin Goodman Cohn 
Mary Louise Condit 
Kathryn Jacy Connor 
Juliet Mary Connors 
Ethel Fern Cosey 
Mildred Lorraine Cox 
Arthur Robert Crathorne, Jr. 
Halbert Otis Crews, Jr. 
William Porterfield Cuthbertson 
Jose Olarte Dacanay 
Augustine D'Anza 
Jessadie Murrell Darden 
Maxine Darnell 
Almanza Scott Davis 
Marjorie Beatrice Day 
*Samuel Paul Daykin, with High 

Honors in Sociology 
Harriett Alvena Deere 
Albert Louis Demorest 
Isabella Elizabeth Dewey 
Gladys Louise Dohme 
Alice Lee Douglass, with Honors 

in English 
William McCulloch Drummond 
Maxine Leila Dry 
George Thomas Duram 
Mary Lucile Durr 
Liberty Mundo Earley 
Sherry Helen Eaton 
John Markland Elliott 
Catherine Rose Ellis 



♦Diploma to be awarded on completion of 
Advanced R.O.T.C. Summer Camp require- 
ment. 



Candidates for Degrees, June 13, 1932 



Erna Cecelia Elmberg 

Charles Lyman Emrich, Jr., with 

Honors in Political Science 
Leon Harrison Epstein, with Honors 

in English 
Ruth Ingeborg Erickson 
Arthur Andrew Eubank, with 

Honors in Philosophy 
Chloe Elizabeth Evans 
Israel Herman Fagen 
Irma Jean Fairchild 
Elbert Redington Faust 
Ralph Joseph Fehrenbacher 
Myron Feigenson 
Agatha Evelyn Felter 
Dorothy Louise Fernow, with Honors 

in Psychology 
Helen Ferrara 
Vernon Tiras Ferris, Jr., with 

Honors in Geography 
Marjorie Glassbrook Finn 
Ruth Joan Finnegan 
Lucille Eve Fisler 
Linda Fitz-Gerald, with Honors 

in Spanish 
Ruth Evelyn FiTtzSimons 
Wistaria Field Flanagan 
Robert Martin Joseph Flanigan 
Helene Ruth Foellinger, with 

Honors in Mathematics 
Mary Elizabeth Foster 
George Arthur Fruit, with Honors 

in Economics 
Janet Rosamond Fuller 
Elizabeth Grace Funkhouser 
George Gaber 

ViNCENTA Helen Monica Gabris 
Dorothy Josephine Gard 
Ferne M Garman 
Herbert Lehman Garrison 
Edna Virginia Gerdl 
Clyde Getz 
Louise Geyer 
Thomas William Gill 
Irwin Aaron Goodman 
Helen Chester Goodrick 
Thomas A Graham 
Dorothy Constance Grant 
Helen Gray 

Sidney Lester Greenfield 
Elizabeth Marie Grieshaber 
Lucy Isabel Griffith 
Helen May Gunn 
Margery Gunn 
Marjorie Alice Gustin 
Clela Guthrie 
Esther Haefele 
Wilma Carolyn Haeger 



Alvin Walfred Hall 
Mary Elizabeth Hambrook 
Richard Kinne Hammel 
Robert Handschin, with Honors 

in Mathematics 
Jane Hardy, with High Honors in 

Philosophy 
Wilhelmine Doris Harms 
Robert Andersen Harper, with 

Honors in Economics 
Margaret Winifred Haven 
Mary Antoinette Hayes 
Dorothy Elizabeth Heicke, with 

Honors in Latin 
Eva Jo Helber, with Honors in Latin 
Margaret Helen Hendrey 
Frank Snodon Hickman 
Frances Hill 
Helen Adele Hilliard 
Isabel Jessamine Hinman 
Glenita Hobbs 
Eugene Morton Hodgson, Jr. 
Florence Stella Hook, with High 

Honors in History 
David Wyatt Horner 
Hazel Irene Horton 
Frances Delores Howard 
Nelson Oliver Howarth 
Laurence Arthur Hubbard 
Mary Elizabeth Huff, with Honors 

in English 
Lois Virginia Hunt, with High 

Honors in Latin 
Hermoise Jenness Hupp, with 

Honors in Latin 
Charles Eugene Hutchins 
Grace Stanley Jack 
Carol Elizabeth Johnson 
Helen Elizabeth Johnston 
Anne Prioleau Jones, with Honors 

in French 
Rogers Draper Jones 
Eileen Reta Joyce 
John Paul Jurkanin 
Grace Louise Keiser 
Dayne Harrison Kennedy 
Robert Cooper Kennedy 
Dorothea Edson Kenyon 
William Day Kilborn 
Robert Roy Kiley 
Eileen Florence Kimball 
Judith Maxine Kirkman 
EvRON Maurice Kirkpatrick, with 

High Honors in Political Science 
Edna Lucile Kline, with Honors 

in French 
Ethel Marie Klyver 
Katherine Knappenberger 



The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Walter Andrew Knox 

}i[iLTON Lionel Kohn 

JuLiANNA KozMA, with Hoiiors in 

Spanish 
DoREEN Lillian Kring 
Lester Eugene Kuni 
Caroline Agnes Lange 
Emma ^L■\E Large 
Joseph Ralph LaVietes 
Richard Kelley Law, with Honors 

in English 
Fred Hunter Lawrence 
Mary Elizabeth Leeds 
W'ilhelmina Lemen 
Leonard Levin 
^L\URICE Lichtenstein 
Donald Almon Lisenby 
Wendell Charles Locke 
Fay Dorothy Lome 
Toe Paisley Longwell 
Virginia ALarie Loomis, with Honors 

in English 
Lenore Lott 
AL\rtin AL^rion Lo\'E, with High 

Honors in History 
Leonard Wallace Lundin 
ALary Lou Lynott 
Esther Susan AIcAnulty 
Rowland Curtis jMcBroom 
LuciLE Ruth jMcClintick 
Elizabeth Ina McClurkin 
Frances Lois AIcConnell 
ALa.ry Louise AIcCumber 
George Edwin Bernard McDevitt 
Dorothy Augusta AIacFarland 
James William AIcGrath 
Joan AIeehan McGrath 
Hester Cohoon AIacKechnie 
Harry Nelson McLaughlin 
Louis Albert McLean 
Charles William AL\dden 
Harold Edmund Maddox 
Martin Francis Maker 
Rosabel Malkin 
Betty AIannering 
Harold Louis Marks 
Russell Vivion AIarks 
Mary Oona Marquardt 
Beuxah AL\dalyne AIaxwell 
Charles Sumner AIellen 
Gerrit Memming 
Louise Hess Meyers 
Charles Regis Michaud, with Honors 

in French 
Josephine H Miller 
Daisy Florence Milligan 
Charles Arthur Minot, Jr. 



John Matthew Moelmann, with 

Honors in Economics 
John Joseph Morrow 
William Goodrich Motel 
Lucretia Ann Mott, with Honors 

in Mathematics 
Edward Homer Mouzon 
Helen Lena Mulford, with Honors 

in Psychology 
BoziDAR AIuntyan 
Anne Cecelia Murray 
Ruth Augusta Myers 
Arthur Edward Nackman 
Dorothy Louise Neill 
Allan John Niess 
Herbert Marshall Norris, with 

Honors in Mathematics 
Ralph Joseph O'Connell 
Floyd Ross Offenbacker 
Florence Elise Olsen 
ViviENNE Murie Olsen 
Dorothy Jane Onken 
Harriet Leona Page 
Margaret A Parker, with Honors 

in French 
Thomas Rielly Parker 
Mary Elizabeth Patton 
Evelyn May Pavey 
Frank Payne, Jr., with Honors in 

Chemistry 
Helen Frances Pearsall 
Marshall Hylon Pengra 
Varence Taylor Penn 
Glenn Loren Pierce, Jr., with 

Honors in Entomology 
Ruth Eby Pierce 
Wilbur Bennett Pings, with High 

Honors in Chemistry 
Harriet Rebecca Pitman 
Esther Ruth Pohn 
John Lincoln Porter, Jr. 
Leona Fay Prince 
Arthur Joseph Proteau 
Mary Elizabeth Putman, with 

Honors in French 
EuLA Rose Pyle 
Louis Ernst Rademacher 
Ethel Rafelson 
Roy James Railseack, Jr. 
Berniece Katherine Rankin 
Merton H Rapp 
Frank Whipple Renwick, Jr., with 

Honors in History 
Dorothy Alice Reynolds 
Helen Mary Reynolds, with 

Honors in French 
Mildred Elizabeth Rhoads 



Candidates for Degrees, June is, 1932 



Jeanne Louise Ricardo 

Eleanor Blakeley Richards, with 

Honors in Psychology 
Mary Richmond, with Honors in 

Spanish 
Jewett Ayres Ricker, with Honors 

in English 
Dorothy M Riebe 
Edward Francis Ritter, Jr. 
Jeanne Jewel Roeder 
Carma Frances Rohwedder 
Jerome Bernard Rosenthal 
Apolph Martin Rothbardt 
Samuel James Roti 
Elizabeth Hartley Rusk, with High 

Honors in German 
Robert Northwall Rutherford, 

with Honors in Chemistry 
Willis Pierce Ryan 
Martin August Sander 
Raymond Edward Scharpen 
Doris Lucile Schneider 
Mabel Iris Schoch 
Adele Kathryn Schollmeyer 
Charles Edwin Scott 
Alice Sears 
Irwin Frank Sedlacek 
Vivian Mildred Seidler 
Richard Benjamin Seyfarth 
William Norman Shannon 
Charles Harlen Arthur Shattuck, 

with Honors in English 
Dorothy Margaret Shear 
Bruce Morgan Shepard 
Mary Virginia Sherman 
Royal Lincoln Siefferman 
Elizabeth Anne Siegrist 
Elza Mary Slane 
Herbert Lawrence Smith 
Jane Marie Smith, with High 

Honors in History 
Jean Holm an* Smith 
Josephine Andrietta Smith 
Fannie Jane Sparks 
Madge Sparks, with Honors in 

Spanish 
Donald William Spencer 
Evelyn Carolyn Spring 
Abbott Roland Stahl 
John Milton Stanford 
Muriel Alice Stanley 
Katharine Elizabeth Steele 
Roger Thomas Steers 
Lillian Sara Stein 
Thelma Elizabeth Stephens, with 

Honors in Latin 



Robert Beckwith Stiven 
Wilbur Horace Stocking 
HiLA Armenia Stone 
Russell Marvin Striplin 
Frank Milton Stltbblefield 
Margaret Caroline Stults, with 

Honors in French 
Clement John Svilow 
Elbert Lee Tatum 
Louise Erma Tavs 
Kenneth LaVerne Telleen 
Stanley Edward Telser 
Roman Alexander Thieda 
Grace Josina Anna Thomas, with 

High Honors in Latin 
Louise Edith Till 
Dorothy Griffin Timmons, with 

High Honors in History 
Darrell Jamison Tippett 
Edward Bernard Toles 
Jean Peter Tonkoff 
Fay VaNisle Tooley 
Jane Townsend 
Maurice Alexander Trepanier 
Louis John Trinkaus 
William Elliot Trude, with 

Honors in Political Science 
Marguerite Robinson Tupper 
Lucius Don Tltrner 
James Howard Vaughn 
Vera Josephine Vlcek, with High 

Honors in Economics 
Gertrltde Estelle Voris, with 

Honors in Bacteriology 
Henry August Wachter 
John LaFayette Waddell, Jr. 
Reta Larie Walker 
Mary Eleanor Wall 
Silas Wallk 
Mary Maxine Ward 
William Taylor Waterhouse, with 

Honors in Mathematics 
Bert Vaughn Watkins 
Georgia Anne Watson 
Shirley Brownlee Watson 
Lois Mae Webster, with Honors 

in History 
Louis Albert Wehling 
Katherine Louise Weinberg 
Richard Douglas Weis 
Albert Charles Welge 
Dorothy Stuart Wheeler, with 

High Honors in English 
Robert Edward Wheeler 
Jay Loomis Wheelock 
Caryl Dorothy Wilkes 



The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Kathrvx Elizabeth Willaru 
Cleo a Williams 
Edward Latimer Wilson 
Henry E Wilson, Jr. 
Rachel Daura Worthen, with 
Honors in Psychologj' 



Adelaide Frances Wright 
Keith Fulton Wright 
Gail Alice Yaggy 
Arthur David Young 
Joyce Ottila Zimmermann 
Jane Elizabeth Zinn 



In Home Economics 



Elizabeth Gore Curzon, with Honors 
Marion Elizabeth Hallett 
Darline \'irginia McCreery 



Mary Ida Robbins, with Honors 
Mary Clark Stanley 
Bessie Belle Weisent 



Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Frances Jean Blake 
Robert James Fahey 
Charles Marion Ford 
John Alexander Gilmore 
Herbert Charles Hartmann 
Castle J Harv'ey, with Honors in 

Geology 
LotnsE AIary Hynes 
Kenneth Karl Kearby 
Barbara Lois Ohl 
Mildred Parizek 



Leo Houston Patton 
Arthur Mileham Phelps 
Margaret Catharine Schnapp 
Mabel Iris Schoch, with Honors 

in Mathematics 
Francis Joseph Stenzel 
Timothy Romeo Veal 
William Lorne Waxler 
Tommy Richard Young 
William Bernard Zelik 



In Chemistry 



John Dean Birkhimer 

James Howard Bunting 

Joseph Henry DiLeonarde 

Patricia jtleming 

Charles Albert Getz 

Howard George Glass 

John Lukins Gring, with Honors 

Willard ]Max Hoehn 

Morris Herman Kelber 

Paul Warren Leppla, with Honors 

Joan }^Iamie Osten 

Joseph Hayes Paden 



Rouben Rabin 

Harold Landsberg Reynolds 

John Richard Roland, Jr. 

AIelville August Rosenberger 

William Ernest Ross, with Honors 

Clarence Albert Stiegman 

Fred Carl Sturmer, Jr. 

Pliny Otto Tawney, with High 

Honors 
Robert I m bo den Tenney 
Richard Clayton Waymire, 

with High Honors 



In Chemical Engineering 



Morris Bernstein 

Robert Harding Bliss, with High 

Honors 
Cecil Denny 
Robert Mann Paris 



Winfred Benjamin Hirschmann 
Everett Watt Howard 
Thurston Eric Larson 
William Ehlert Lieb, with High 
Honors 



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Candidates for Degrees, June is, 1932 



Lawrence Alexander Monroe, 

with High Honors 
George Hartmus Nelson 
Wallace Eugene Nowokunski 
Thomas Pacey, Jr., with Honors 
Rolland Peters 
Clement Edward Pritz 



Herman Schneider, vv'ith Honors 
Robert Potter Stock 
James Madison Straley 
Marston Dedric Severine Strote 
Edward Charles Swenson 
Carl William Yarcho 
Eugene Joseph Yocom 



The College of Commerce and Business 
Administration 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Accountancy 



Walter Russell Aabye 
Myron Francis Addison 
Samuel Gompers Alpert 
Arch Marion Ault 
Dorothy AIarguerite Beaird 
George Raymond Berry 
Harold William Breithaupt 
Earl Kenneth Brissman 
Bliss Livingston Charles 
John Eldridge Cram mono 
Lyle Marion Dahlenburg 
Fred Kenneth DeGroote 
Wallace Voight Dorris 
Howard Cooper Dunbar 
Glenn John Fisher 
Harry Lloyd Frese, with High 

Honors 
Isadore Friedman 
Allan Edward Garber 
Donald Decker Garretson 
Nathan D Greene 
Raymond Forest Greene 
Reginald Isaac Hardy 
Lelia Elizabeth Hopkins 
Robert Koehn Hubbard, with Honors 
Lyle Rich Huff 

]\IlLT0N ReVERDY IgLEHART 

Morlin Frank Johnson 
Donald Milton Kammert 
Dan S Kerpan 
Theodore Martin Kobza 



Gerald Joseph Koerner 
Paul Graham Kreiling 
Robert Alexander Lake 
Leonard David Levite 
Noble J Litherland 
Edv/ard Wittich Littell 
Florence Josephine Llewellyn 
Roger Allen Lowe 
Melvin Oscar Lundahl 
Michael Mackanos 
Adele Harriet Mindel 
Milo James AIorrison 
Elmer Carl Olson 
John Robert Orlando 
Clyde B Roberts 
Robert Lee Rosbe 
Guy William Roslyn 
Carrol Mayer Sanger 
Fredricka Salzman Schrumpf, 

with Honors 
Morris Walter Smith 
Robert William Spanier 
Henry Cecil Spicer 
Leonard Marshall Sullivan 
Lester Herman Swanlund 
Wade Edison Tapert 
Louis Albert Weicker, Jr. 
Robert Lennie Williamson 
John Marvin Wilson 
John Godfrey Etton Wolter 



In Banking and Finance 



Harold Wesley Bancroft, with 

High Honors 
AIelvin Joseph Bovie 
Anacleto Natividad Bugayong 
Bernard Ned Cohn 



John Garm Coleman 
Howard Cleo Deerwester 
Margaret Elizabeth Gangstad 
Charlotte Edwina Gauer 



The College of Commerce and Business Administration ii 



William Rudolph Gunner 
Lawrence Ness Hansen 
Harold Alexander Henry 
George Donald Hillstrom 
Ernest Philip Hoerr, Jr. 
Elbert Ball Kamp 
William Alan Kleppinger 



George Albert Mills 
Arthur Strom Nelson 
AIayer Rashbaum 
Milton Emanuel Reingold 
Anne Ruth Rosenberg 
Celia Sweet 



In Commerce and Law 



^^Ialcolm J Gillis 
Maurice Ellsworth Gosnell 
Eugene Bernard Maccono 
John Alden Niemeyer 
William Marion Rice 
Mark Owen Roberts 



John Bramwell Robinson, Jr. 
Henry Byron Rothenberg 
Loch Shumaker 

PoMEROY SlNNOCK 

Myron Raymond Wallenstein 
Fred Louis Wham, Jr. 



Barbar.\ Cecelia Bard 
ALA.RSHALL Newell Gray 



In Commercial Teaching 

Aldona Lenok 



In Foreign Commerce 



Frank Edward Brence 
Marion Elizabeth Filson 
DoMiNiCK Enrico Fraboni 
Warren Howard Fuermann 
Charles Alfred Hill 
Helena Matilda Jewell 



Fred Edward Keup 
James Edwin Springer 
Alvin Victor Spunar 
Roy Elmer Taylor 
Lawrence John Vallero 



In General Business 



Jean AL\rgaret Achelpohl 
John Robert Adams 
William Hendry Allen 
Oliver Dean Ames 
Ralph Curtis Anderson 
Wn.LiAM Christopher Armstrong 
Robert Adams Bagley 
Eugene Parker Baker 
Herbert Eugene Baldwin 
Inez Ruth Ball 
Frederick Gordon Bartholomew 
Charles Thomas Baumgart 
Edward Allen Carl Berndt 
Vernon Julius Bert, Jr. 
Arthur Clarence Bonk 
Alan Brentano 
John William Brentlinger 
John Algernon Broom, Jr. 
Ralph Herbert Brouillette 
Donald Stewart Charlton 
Vernon Paul Christman 
Phillip Norman Citron 
John Wilson Codd 
James Lawler Coombes 

JULIANNA CrIPPIN 

Stanley Allan Dean 
Jacob William Deutch 



Fred William Donner 

Margaret Eastman 

Giles Arthur Eldred 

Robert Francis Elrick 

Thomas Blankley Elvidge 

Joseph John Estwanik, Jr. 

Gordon Finley 

Warren Elsworth Fox 

Raymond Jarvis Gibbs 

John Halton Green 

Harry Dennison Grow 

William Edward Hall, Jr. 

Keith Hampton 

Theodore Kays Hanson 

Cecile Susana Harvey 

Fred Heimlicher, Jr. 

Farrell Kell Hodges 

John David Holder 

Elbert Ray Hollingsworth 

Burnham Babb Holmes 

Russell Montfort Horner 

William Albert Hutton 

Jerome Aubrey Johnson 

WiLBURN Arthur Magnus Johnson 

Wilfred Reeves Johnson 

Leif Rodholm Juhl 

Lester J Kaden 



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Candidates for Degrees, June i^, 1932 



Allan Francis Kalsow 
Robert Louis Kamp 
Lawrence Victor Kanter, with 

Honors 
Irvin Adolph Kaufman 
George Edwin Keck 
William Henry Vincent Kelly 
Edward Peter Kowerski 
Walter Carroll Kreider 
Arthur Kungle 
John Goffe Leggett 
George Malcolm Lentz 
Antoinette Lillian Lingg 
Harold Dale Long 
Clarence Theodore Lundquist 
Paul Kistler MacDonald 
Harold Robert McNally 
James Robb McPherson 
AIargaret Martens 
Edwin Elmer Mitchell 
John Max Mitchell 
Bernard Horwich Moretsky, with 

Honors 
Clarence John Neumeyer 
Vincent Frederic Nightingale 
Albert Charles Noble 
Frederic Golberg Olson 
Dorothy Catherine Pelzer 
George Volney Penwell 
Warren Arthur Pflug 
Max Noel Pike 



James Henry Poole 

Ladd Charles Prucha 

Ralph Binford Reese, with High 

Honors 
Archie H Robb 

Francis Patrick William Rupp 
Raymond Philip Savage 
Frederick Albert Schnell 
Rocho Henry Sinderson 
Ronald Potter Smith 
Marjorie Craig Spence 
George Andrew Swanson 
Henry Browne Terry 
Wilbur Wright Thompson 
WiLLARD Carroll Thompson 
Lewis Vernon Trabert 
John William Turnquist, Jr. 
Stewart Ernest Votaw 
Herbert Clair Warren 
Edward Charles Weideman 
Richard Allan Welch 
Norman Ernest Wendt 
George Fox Westwood 
Robert Emmet Whiteley 
Lewis Francis Williams 
Merwin Walter Willke 
Earl Martin Wilson 
Hong Fong Wong 
Darwin LeDean Wood 
Ru-Kan Wu 



In Industrial Administration 



Cecil O Bernard 
Donald Alexander Cameron 
Donald Eugene Cox 
Denzil Ray Halcom 
Carl Hockwin Johnson 
Edwin H Johnson 
Elbert Cyrus King 
Elmer Clayton Maker 



Chester Clifford Marks 
Richard Allen Miller 
Robert Carl Palmquist 
John Jacob Sand 
Jack Patterson Tabor 
Milan Vydareny 
Mervyn Hicks Warlow 
Berwyn Roger Wohld 



Lucius Walter Lomax 
Maurice Herman Reid 



In Insurance 

Lloyd Garrison Wheeler 

In Public Utilities 



Ralph Weckel Downing, with 

Honors 
James Charles Pettee, with Honors 
Lewis Dan Pring 



Harry A Sahlin 
Loren B Thompson, Jr. 
Norman S Weber 



Paul Van Arsdale Kortkamp 
Yu Fan Ma 



In Railway Administration 

Allan Leon Vought 



In Trade and Civic Secretarial Service 
Edith Wise Hudnut Clark Webber 



The College of Engineering 



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In Accountancy and Banking and Finance 



Arthur Louis Bert 

Robert Walker Boyd 

HiMEY Edward Breen 

Renick Hull Buckles, with Honors 

in Accountancy; High Honors in 

Banking and Finance 
David Gordon Fithian, with High 

Honors in Accountancy and in 

Banking and Finance 



Lloyd Ogden Fruland 

Charles John Gaa, with Honors in 

Banking and Finance 
Frederick Albert Hook 
Howard William Parker 
Charles William Timme 
Leo Vincent Tockstein 
William Walden Weatherman 



In Foreign Commerce and Banking and Finance 

^'IRGINIA ChrISTMAN 



The College of Engineering 
Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 



Hiram David Frankel, Jr. 
James Agnew Slaughter, Jr. 



In Ceramics 

Robert William Slaughter 



In Ceramic Engineering 



Edward George Bourne 
Gene Bruton 
Edw.a.rd Reigh Bullard 
Wayne Alvix Deringer, with High 
Honors 



George Kenneth Lowe 
John Martin McCormick 
Thomas Maguire 
George Thomas Moore 
LoREN Arthur Trabert 



In Civil Engineering 



Donald Parsons Allen 

* Philip Albert Anderson 

Robert Howard Anderson 

Edward Willis Baldwin, Jr. 

Charles Virgil Bell 

St.'VNLey Urxer Benscoter, with High 

Honors 
William Julius Bobisch, with High 

Honors 
William Elvin Bohn, with High 

Honors 
Theodore Emanuel Brooks 
Raymond Shearer Brown 
Robert Murray Buchanan 
Clyde John Carlstrand 
Robert Head Crowe 
Robert Edward Curran, with Honors 
W Bernard Dickman 
Scott Dillon 



*Diploma to be awarded on completion of 
Advanced R.O.T.C. Summer Camp require- 
ment. 



Charles Wilbur Ennis, Jr. 

William Raymond Fickett 

Lydon Ainsworth Gilman 

AIerle Henry Goedjen 

Harry Paul Goldman 

Joseph Gordon Griffith, with High 

Honors 
Allen Edward Haberle 
Dallas Dale LIershey 
Myron Emanuel Herzog, with Honors 
Glenn Edward Hodges 
William Lyle Hudson 
Carl Melvin Johnson 
William Perry Jones, with High 

Honors 
Emanuel Linde Kahn 
Arthur William Kowitz 
Charles Udell Kring, with High 

Honors 
Harry Christian Lawson, Jr. 
Harry Francis Lovell 



H 



Candidates for Degrees, June 13, 1932 



Grover Kenneth Lynch, with 

Honors 
Harold Knute Madison 
A'Ierritt West Matthews 
George Conrad Miller 
Lawson Isaac Miller 
NoRE Agaton Monson 
Frank Kenneth Morse 
Douglas Byron AIorton 
Richard Stephen Nelle 
Ben Paller 



Richard Nelson Palmer 

Leonard Charles Pickett 

John Patrick Roche 

Alfred Paul Rosche 

William Edward Schulz, Jr. 

Abram Funk Sears, with Honors 

Harvey Thorn Stephenson 

Gerald Edward Thomas 

Joseph Benjamin Tiffany, Jr., with 

High Honors 
Harry Leoland Wingfield, Jr. 



In Electrical Engineering 



George Aichele, with High Honors 
Peter Andris 
Robert Ashley Blakeney 
George Lyman Bodwell 
William Donald Boone 
Charles Millard Broom 
Bennett Burgoon, Jr. 
Adolphus Lee Burleigh 
Barrett Manville Carothers 
David Edwin Chapman 
Carey Cottingham 
Franklin Marvin Deerhake, with 

High Honors 
Raymond Harlan Dey 
Ralph Le Verne Dowell 
Franklin John Dvorak 
Maurice James Ericson 
Frederick Albert Ericzon 
Benjamin Figlewski 
Jose Marcelo Grey 
Earl Rice Heacock 
Francis Leroy Holloway 
Yuan-Chun Kao 
Donald James Kitchen 
George Kuta 
Kenneth Leiter 



Mathew Valentine Liesenfelt 

Harold Rudy Long 

William Byron McCauley 

Robert MacClinchie 

Franklin Close Miller, with Honors 

Robert Welch Pashby 

Robert Carlisle Perry 

DoRN LeRoy Pettit, with High 

Honors 
Franklin McRae Phillips 
Raymond Lyle Porter 
Victor Jacob Reafsnyder 
John Emerson Renz 
Clarence Floyd Rogier, with Honors 
Arthur Harold Schumann 
Paul Anthony Swaim 
John Lester Swarner, Jr. 
Carl Philip Swenson 
Merle Clark Turney 
Ram Das Varma 
George Henry Volle 
Arthur Grumbaum Wagner 
William Edward Willey 
Ray Renault Wood 
Walter Herman Zurhorst 



In Engineering Physics 



George Farrell Cannon 

Richard James Duffin, with High 

Honors 
Frank Carl Gale 



John Marshall Nash, with High 

Honors 
Theodore Joseph Wang 



In General Engineering 



James William Frazier 
Benedict John Goltra 
Elmer Andrew Greenlee 
Maurice Lowe Hamilton 



Jean Edward Lattan 
Gerald Clyde Primm 
Charles Victor Delmar Wallrab 



In Mechanical Engineering 



Charles Malcolm Abraham son 
Raymond John Anen 
Bertus Baldwin Ball 
Edward Brazitis 
Bernabe Rulloda Dacanay 
Charles Alvin Davis, Jr., with 
Honors 



Charles Alvin Davis, Jr., with Honors 

Malcolm Richard Derby 

William John Derksen, Jr. 

Fielder Jones Dowding 

Wilbur Harlan Dowell 

Maynard Millington Easley 

Karl Fred Eklund 



The College of Agriculture 



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Walter James Everhart 
SiGNOR Fink 
Warren Douglas Foltz 
Frank Orville Gaskill 
William Frederick Gieselmann 
Robert Louis Goodyear 
Robert John Greenshields 
Frederick William Haake 
Douglas Alfred Hastings, Jr. 
Richard Henry Heberling 
Louis Eugene Himelreich, with 

Honors 
Allen Caesar Hottes, with High 

Honors 
Floyd Gray Johnston 
Harold Ellsworth Klein 
Theodore William Klopp, Jr. 
Kazmer John Lambert 
Dale B.^teman Lawrence 
George Edgar Leutwiler 



Harley Adam AIcCane 

Walter Lee McCann 

*Phillip Reginald Miles 

Parke Davies IMorgan 

Andrew Wesley Neureuther, with 

High Honors 
Boyd Stevenson Oberlink 
John Leonard Olson 
Gerald I H Perry 
Robert William Podlesak 
Henry Eddy Renwick 
Keith Rich 

Thurston James Ruddy 
William Barron Ryan 
Jurgens Phillippus Schoeman 
Alden George Stanford 
LaRoy Richard Stoltz 
John Richard Vogel 
Earle William Wells 



Henry Berg 

*Robert Lee Raymond 



In Mining Engineering 

Robert jMarx Scherer 



In Railway Civil Engineering 



George William Boot, Jr. 
Emil George Reimann 



Harry Edwin White 



In Railway Electrical Engineering 



James Sheldon King 
Lib Panichi 

Stanley Holt Pierce, with High 
Honors 



'Clayton Sorensen Steele 



In Railway Mechanical Engineering 
Arthur Joseph Dore 



The College of Agriculture 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 



Harold Arnold Ackermann 
Willard Curtis Anderson 
Charles Lyndon Banner 
Harry Paul Bateman 
Russell Frederick Becker 
George Kenneth Beebe 
Paul Leonard Benbow 
Wilmot Irvin Bidner 
Elbert Herald Bills 
Fr.a.nk Henry Bischoff 
James Harold Boyd 
Floyd Melvin Bl-esinger 
Joseph Gordon Bumgarner 



In Agriculture 



Jack Carter De Atley 
Linn William Eaton 
William Robert Elder 
Herbert Christian Engelhahdt 
Dean Klein Finch 
Richard Henry Gantz 
Harold Winford Hannah 
Clarence Hanover 
Albert John Hardgrove 



*Diploma to be awarded on completion of 
Advanced R.O.T.C. Summer Camp require- 
ment. 



i6 



Candidates for Degrees, June jj, IPS^ 



Frank Cor win Hawkins 

Elmer Herman Henker 

Georges Charles Heraux 

Arley Kermit Hohenboken 

Merl Tuttle Hopson 

Harold Lee Jepson 

Lowell Shuler Johnson 

Robert Thomas Kay, with Honors 

Forrest S Kermicle 

Harvey Wendell Kring, with Honors 

Raymond Leeper 

Milton Curtis Mathew 

Wayne Wilbur Miller 

Doyle Robert Morris 

John Kenyon Morris 

Arthur Theodore Mosher, with 

Honors 
Randall Linden Nelson 
John Dexter Olson 
Fred Arnold Painter, with Honors 



Chauncey Howard Parker 
William Marcellus Petefish 
Lee Roy Piper 
Harold Maurice Primm 
Russell Simpson Rains 
Wayne Mahlon Rich 
William Reed Ritchie 
John Leslie Russell 
Willard Winston Schafer 
Marvin Loyd Schuetz 
Marshall Jewell Scott 
Paul Henry Shuman 
Iav^'rence Harry Simerl, with 

Honors 
George Albert Trull, with Honors 
Delbert Eston Trummel 
Kenneth Roscoe Tucker 
Howard Ware Turner 
Charles Edgar Wilmeth 
Harold Wright 



In Floriculture 



Forrest Glenn Gimlin 
Carl Milton Johnson, with Honors 
William Henry Kistler, with 
Honors 



Rosalie Marie Kniep 
Elmer Lawrence Patelski 



In Home Economics 



Mildred Lillian Aszmann 
SiNA Esther Bevis, with Honors 
Freeda Lucinda Byland 
Ida Ellen Byland 
Dora Wintress Dalbey 
Marjorie Geraldine Dawson 
Helen Mabel Drew 
Lucile Roxine Dunn 
Ruth Finley 
Eleanor Ida Goodspeed 
Elizabeth Louise Kenyon 



EvEL\"N Virginia Kluge 
Dorothy Dillon McGaughey 
Dorothy Eunice Maulding 
Olevia Cecelia Meyer 
Rosalie Ellis O'Herron 
Pauline M Parker 
Ellamarie Pearlman 
Mary Elizabeth Rickards 
Janna Mae Silander 
Ruth Taborn 
LiLLA Adaline Withey 



The College of Law 



Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws 



Armen Ralph Blanke, A.B., 1930 

Elbert William Butler 

Carrol Eberhardt Corbett, B.S., 

1925 
Jules Dashow, A.B., 1930 
George W Howard, Jr., A.B., Denison 

University, 1929, with Honors 
Harold Henry Jaegli 
Georg Fred Keeling, A.B., 1930 
Albert Harm Kleen, A.B., 1931 
Elliott Kohn, A.B., 1931 
Arlington Ricketts Maute 



Arthur Peltzer, with Honors 
Fred Willis Potter, Jr. 
Clifford Martin Raemer, A.B., 

University of Oklahoma, 1927 
Samltel Rubin, B.S., 1930 
Richard George Sander, B.S., 1930 
John Joseph Sirotnak, A.B., 1930 
Robert Clinton Starr 
Henry M Ward, B.S., State 

University of Iowa, 1929 
Charles Maddra Webber 
Maxine Myers Woodruff, A.B., 1930 



The Library School ly 



Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Law 

Charles Wright Fornoff, Ph.D., Harry Errett Witherell, B.S., 

1926, with Honors 1930, with Honors 

Edward Francis Streit, A.B., 1931, 
with Honors 



The Library School 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of 
Science in Library Science 

Mary Louise Anderson, A.B., West Texas State Teachers College, 1930 

Ella Pauline Ashley, A.B., Indiana University, 1931 

Dorothy Bailey, A.B., Northwestern University, 1926 

Mary Winifred Barnes, A.B., Lawrence College, 1930 

Dorothy Benjamin, B.S., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, 1930 

Eleanor Bersell, A.B., Augustana College, 1931 

Stella Louise Borchelt, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1930, with High Honors 

Jean Lois Bowen, Northwest Alissouri State Teachers College, 1930 

Wed Drew Brandt, A.B., University of Michigan, 1930 

Ver.\ Louise Brizius, A.B., DePauw University, 1930 

Margaret Katherine Burke, A.B., A.M., University of Colorado, 1916, 1928 

Pauline Calendine, A.B., Ball State Teachers College, 1927 

Sister ^L\ry Stephana Cavanaugh, A.B., Rosary College, 1920 

Harmon John Chamberlain, A.B., Michigan State Normal College, 1931 

Mary Harrison Clay, A.B., judson College, 1925, with High Honors 

Lois CowGiLL, A.B., Butler University, 1931, with Honors 

S.allie Elizabeth Cuming, A.B., University of Mississippi, 1930 

Mary Elizabeth Davis, B.S., Southwest Missouri State Teachers College, 1923, 

with High Honors 
]\L\RY Ellen Davis, A.B., University of Nebraska, 1925, with Honors 
Phoebe Dimock, A.B., University of Kentucky, 1931, with Honors 
^Iilton Adolph Drescher, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1931 
Leona Durkes, A.B., Wellesley College, 1924, with High Honors 
Janie Rob Evans, A.B., University of Kentucky, 1930 
Dorothy Catherine Farnsworth, A.B., University of California, 1927 
S.\LLiE Johnson Farrell, A.B., Mississippi State College for Women, 1931, with 

Honors 
Lucile Hortense Fitch, A.B., Oberlin College, 1925 
Margaret Alice Flint, A.B., 1931 

Doris Albertine Foley, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1931 
Irene Gelinas, A.B., A.M., Northwestern University, 1925, 1929, with Honors 
Bess Glenn, A.B., Converse College, 1926; A.M., Johns Hopkins University, 

1929, with Honors 
Lois Electa Goan, A.B., Lav,'rence College, 1924; A.M., Northwestern Univer- 
sity, 1930 
Clar.\ Louise Guthrie, A.B., Hastings College, 1929, with Honors 
Gertrude AIarion Hansen, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1931 
Annie Ruth Hardin, A.B., 1931, with High Honors ' 

;Mary Elizabeth Hause, A.B., University of Louisville, 1930 
Ruth Miriam Heiss, B.S., Purdue University, 1931, with Honors 
Marian Rose Hemmings, A.B., M.S., State University of Iowa, 1925, 1929 
Estelle Hogins, A.B., University of New Mexico, 1931, with High Honors 
Josephine May Hostetter, Ph.B., Grinnell College, 1907 
Dorothy Owen Hurst, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1931 
Catherine Lynn Katterjohn, A.B., University of Kentucky, 1931 
?klARY Virginia Kennedy, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1931 
Lucy Ver.\ Kepler, A.B., Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1930, with Honors 
Rose Marit. Kersey, B.S., 1924 



i8 Candidates for Degrees, June 13, /pj^ 

Esther Ellen Kleist, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1918, with Honors 
Mildred Victoria Kress, A.B., Macalester College, 1926, with High Honors 
Maybelle Amanda Leland, A.B., North Dakota State Teachers College (May- 

ville), 1928 
Julia Mabel Lind, B.S., Rockford College, 1921 
Avis Winnifred Linderman, A.B., Ripon College, 1917; A.M., University of 

Wisconsin, 1927 
Ralph Wendell McComb, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1929, with Honors 
Louise Alcesta McDonough, A.B., Whittier College, 1931 
Alice May MacMahon, A.B., University of Missouri, 1931 
Edna Miller, A.B., Indiana Central College, 1928 

Elizabeth Lewis Miller, A.B., Mississippi State College for Women, 1930 
Ernest Ivan Miller, A.B., Eimhurst College, 1931, with High Honors 
Lucy Faye Miller, A.B., Simpson College, 1928 
Constance Mines Mitchell, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1910; A.M., 

George Peabody College for Teachers, 1926 
Margaret Eleanor Neeld, B.S., 1926 
Marion Noble, A.B., Mount Union College, 1920 
Alice Marguerite Norwood, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1929, with High 

Honors 
Kate Elizabeth Palmer, A.B., Grinnell College, 1929 
Lucile Nedean Pendergast, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1930 
Esther June Piercy, A.B., University of Idaho, 1930, with Honors 
JiMMiE Porter, B.S., University of Arkansas, 1925, with Honors 
Marguerite Edith R.\he, A.B., Indiana University, 1931 
Elizabeth Randles, A.B., Westminster College, 1931 
Miriam Beatrice Reich, A.B., University of Tennessee, 1931 
Nannie Herndon Rice, A.B., Mississippi State College for Women, 1905; A.M., 

Columbia University, 191 1, with High Honors 
Marianna Riesner, A.B., Western College for Women, 1928 
Johnnie Elizabeth Riner, A.B., Lindenwood College, 1931 
Jessie Margarette MacIntosh Robertson, A.B., B.S., University of Nebraska, 

1920, 1922 
Alpha Smith Rogers, B.S., Virginia Normal and Industrial Institute, 1926 
Hendrine Rozendal, A.B., Dakota Wesleyan LTniversity, 1925, with Honors 
Ruth Shaftoe, A.B., Indiana University, 1924 
Mildred Irene Shelton, A.B., Coe College, 1928 

Bethania Meradith Smith, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1925, with Honors 
Sylvia Ann Solinger, A.B., Lawrence College, 1928 
Clara Myrtle Spratt, B.S., 1927, with Honors 
Bettie Paul Thomas, A.B., Washburn College, 1030 
Clarence Arthur Tilger, A.B., Hastings College, 1931, with Honors 
Ellen Rundall Tilger, A.B., Hastings College, 1927 
Anne Marye Trezevant, A.B., Randolph-Macon Woman's College, 1930, with 

High Honors 
Margaret Helmsing Tuttle, A.B., University of Kentucky, 1919 
Gwendolin Matilde Vandarwarka, A.B., Lawrence College, 1931 
Lucile Faun Vickers, A.B., Morningside College, 1923, with High Honors 
Margaret Lucy Wardell, A.B., Carleton College, 1927, with High Honors 
Helen Louise Werner, A.B., Lawrence College, 1931 

Samuel Ambrose Wetherbee, A.B., Northwestern University, 1926, with Honors 
Helen Elizabeth White, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1929, with Honors 
Estella Dorothy Whitney, A.B., University of Oklahoma, 1922; A.M., Stan- 
ford University, 1929 
LocKwooD Elon Wiley, A.B., 1931 
Ada Esther Wilkie, A.B., Whittier College, 1929 
Ethel Joy Williams, A.B., Ottawa University, 1916 
Geraldine Williams, A.B., Colorado College, 1931, with Honors 
Elizabeth Rose Williamson, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1925 
Eugene Holt Wilson, A.B., Arkansas State Teachers College, 1930 
Ruby Marie Wilson, A.B., Indiana University, 1927 
Elizabeth Arnold Windsor, A.B., 1931, with High Honors 
Ruth Emily Wood, A.B., Wheaton College, 1931 
Winifred Finette Wright, B.S., 1930 



The College of Education 



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The College of Education 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Education 



Grace Dorothy Allen 

Sylvester Lawrenxe Antrim 

Helen Lanius Applegate 

Helen Margrethe Augustinus 

Bernice Balickas 

Joseph Shawl Bartlum 

Joe Bartulis 

Harriet Alice Bauerbach 

Anna Evelyn Beals 

Anna Louise Beatty 

Nettie Belitsky 

Marian Bell 

Naomi Esther Bell 

Roscoe Roland Bell 

Harold Albert Bennett 

Leander Woller Binna 

Joseph Josiah Blackmore 

Eva Belle Blair 

Frank John Blazina 

Sara J^Ioffat Blomquist, with 

Honors in ]\Iathematics 
Ruth Ann Blumenkamp, with High 

Honors in German 
Richard LeRoy Boblenz 
Robert Lee Bordner 
Esther ^La.y Bottenfield 
Mary Josephine Brennan 
Barbara Jean Brooks 
Louise Abra Brown 
Rosemary English Brown 
Helen Veronica Buino 
^L\RY Louise Cameron, with High 

Honors in Education 
John Angelino Carlino 
GiNO Americo Carmolli 
Lucile Yeates Carrel 
Dorothy Elisabeth Case 
Bruce Whitlow Catlin 
Evelyn Alice Chadwick 
Helen Margaret Chambers 
Betty Rosa Champion 
Watts W^agner Chance 
Vernon Rltolph Charlson 
Ernest Patrick Chattin 
Blanche Cohen 
Edna Mae Cole 
Eleanor Alice Conley 
Mike Jay Corby 
Emily Irno Cornwell 
Manson Clarence Couch 
Mary Alpha Crowley 
Jeanne Louise Culver 
Richard Alden Dancey 



Helen Jean Danek 

William Henry Dauby 

Frances Lesla Davison 

Pauline- Virginia Degan 

Doris Loretta Denman 

Mary Rita Derengowski 

Clara Catherine Dietrich 

Alice Virginia Donahue 

Anthony Leon Dorsch 

Thurlow Weed Drayer 

James Richard Dowling Eddy 

Roy Elias Etnyre 

Burnell John Farnan 

Dorothy Denton Farrar 

George Samuel Fencl 

Sol C Fierberg 

Florence Bertha Rose Filippi 

Thelma Marie Fish 

Harry Leon Flagg 

Kathryn Elizabeth Francis 

Joseph Dutra Friend 

FIubert Vernon Gardner 

Edward Frank Gbur 

Grace Gholson 

Mary Elizabeth Glynn 

Myla Mollie Goldberg 

Edith Lillian Gott 

ALarcelline Elizabeth Gougler 

Marvel Dorene Graff 

Frances Gertrude Green 

Marvin Leroy Hadam 

Eleanor Hall 

Bessie Estelle Hallberg 

Esther Jane Hardwick 

Thelma Elizabeth Harshbarger, 

with High Honors in Mathematics 
WiLLMORE Browning Hastings 
Ellsworth Mathew Charles Hazzard 
Margaret Elizabeth Heartt 
Kathryn Farrant Heath 
Virgil Catherine Hecht 
WiLHA Elizabeth Henderson 
Ev aline Starr Henson 
Harry Lowell Hicks 
Dorothy Jeanne Hill 
Ellen Hixon 
Viola Helen Hopkins 
Anna Lillian Horton 
Beatrice Nell Houze 
Milton Robert Howard 
Helen Nancy Howarth, with Honors 

in History 
May Pauline Huff 



20 



Candidates for Degrees, June /j, i(?32 



Harry Hugo Irvin 

Earl Alton Jackson 

William Roy Jackson 

Ellen June Jones 

A'Iiriam Eileen Jones 

Frances Marie Kapilla 

Mary Karpinski 

Ruth Karr 

Everdine Ann Keating 

AIargery Frances Kendall . 

Eileen Dorothy Kenneally 

Wendell Collins Kennedy 

Grace Eleanor Kenyon 

Anton Keszycki 

Anthony Joseph Klancar 

Adolph Albert Klautsch, with High 

Honors in Education 
Lester Theodore Knifke 
Edwin Joseph Kolfenbach 
Rudolph Komm 
Henrietta Annette Koutnik 
Jean Josephine Kozelniak 
Mildred Kratovil 
Howard Edmund Kreider 
Norma Alice Krull 
Alice Charlotte Kruszczynski 
Ray Albert Laird 
Julius Lakin 
Dorothy Elouise LaPierre 
Norma Emma Larson 
Frances Evelyn Lewis 
Lillian Lee Lewis 
Mable Marie Lindstrom 
Ralph Taft Lockard, with Honors 

in History 
Harry McEvoy Lucas 
Rolland James Lund 
Floyd William Lynch 
Joseph Lee McAdam 
Marcella Shirley McGrane 
Gwendolyn McNaughton 
Lola Ena McNaughton 
Stella Mary Maloni 
JuANiTA Rachel Martin 
Ray Emerson Martinie 
Naomi Wyninger Massey, with 

Honors in English 
Nora Ethel Mayhew 
Leo Michl, Jr. 
Lenabelle Middlekauff 
Louise Pauline Miethe, with 

Honors in Education 
Russell Jacob Mingee 
Ralph Donald Moore 
Ada Mostcovy 
Margaret Louise Muetze 
Donald Carl AIunch 
Arthur Clarence Muns 
Gerald Emerson Murch 



Stanley Newton Murphy 
Eugene Paul Murray 
Catherine Myers 
Everett Walfred Nelson 
Muriel Bernice Nelson 
Merwin Noe 

Elizabeth Conard Noggle 
Raymond Eliot Nusspickel 
Joseph Ondrus 
Melba Paulene Orr 
Walter John Osinski 
Ruth Evelyn Ostensky 
Elizabeth Gretchen Overholser 
Helene Elizabeth Parker 
Dora Marie Pasel, with Honors 

in History 
Edo Pasetto 
Ruth Anna Pastor 
Phyllis Saben Pence 
Ware Holliday Pendleton 
Zona Alice Pennell 
Helen Josephine Pesci, with 

Honors in French 
Merle Arnold Peters 
Esther Emily Peterson 
Mary Petitti, with Honors in 

Spanish 
Theodore Roosevelt Pickard 
Viola Antoinette Pittman 
Ruth Kay Pohn 
Maysie Miriam Powers 
Robert Myron Powers 
Albert Rush Putnam 
Elvira Anna Rau 
Mildred Louise Rau 
Irene Elizabeth Reavy 
Arthur Adolph Rezny 
Edgar Eugene Rhodes 
Helen Willena Rice, with Honors 

in Education and in Biology 
Harry Fred Richards 
Anna May Richardson 
Marion Louis Rickerd 
Clarence William Riessen 
Blanche Veigh Robbins 
Clementine Clara Roberts 
Eleanor Bertha Roe 
Evelyn Marguerite Rogier 
Edith Rosenbloom 
Margaret Anne Rosenthall 
William Allen Rossiter 
Bruce Robert Salisbury 
Dale Eileen Samuell, with High 

Honors in Education ; Honors 

in History 
Edward Joseph Sand 
George Frederick Savage, with 

Honors in History 
Walter Henry Schachenman 



The College of Education 



21 



Arlene Gertrude Scheidenhelm 

Eleanor Anna Sciienck 

Lois E\'elyn Schildhammer 

Arthur Frank Schultz 

NoRBERT John Seider 

Eleanor JFay Shaeffer 

Lee Shaykin 

\\'arren Preston Shepherd 

George Merideth Sillikg 

John Joseph Simmons 

Thomas Arkle Skeels 

Harold Seymour Skinner 

Elwood Kenneth Slusser 

Inez Ellen Smith 

Lillian Cleora Smith 

Joseph Albert Snedorf 

Sherman Paul Sparks 

Ethel Sphar 

Eloise ]Mills Spurlock 

Richard Lloyd Strobel 

^L\rion Louise Stuart, with Honors 

in Phj-sical Education 
Stacy ^^L^rjorie Sward 
Jltian ^Lartindel Taylo 
Beryl Shenk Taylor 
Ruth Thomas 
Eunice Lura Thompson 



Eleanor Thomsen 

Harold Franklin Thornburg 

Lois Tolman 

Herman Charles Theodore Troch 

Edward Ernest Tryban 

Annie Lois Turnham 

Anna ]\L\rie Amelia Tuvada 

Ann Elizabeth Voelkel 

Everett Wade 

Edward Carl Wahl 

Frank Henry Walker 

Kathryn Georgia Walker 

William Herbert Walker 

Anita Lucille Wascher 

Ervin Kincaid Wax 

Carol Dorothy Webber 

Audrey Jeraldine Weis 

Teresa Marie Welch 

John Tilley White 

Genevieve Geraldine Whitmyer 

Frances Louise Whittaker 

Fern Margaret Wiehle 

Violetta Josephine Williams 

Helen Elizabeth Wilmot 

Carl Herbert Wilson 

Mary Virginia Wright 

Hazel Ryder Zeigler 



Ralph ^Iichael Otto 



In Agricultural Education 

Shaw Terwilliger 



In Home Economics Education 



Emma Ev aline Anderson 
Genevieve Nancy Batterton 
Grace Harriet Beagley 
Ruth ^L\riam Busch 

^L-VRGARET SaRTORI BuSHEE 

Fr.\nces Anne Cooper 
Catherine Dennis 
Elma Wittnam Dey 
Helen Pearl Goold 
Julia Anne Karth 
Mary MacDermott Kern 



John Otto Baumler 
Edward Othello Carter 
Waldo Emerson Frohardt 



Helen Victoria Lynn 
Mary Janice Osborne 
Dorothy Irene Roberts 
Alice Elizabeth Stone 
IMargaret Minor Stoutenburg 
Mary Louise Strubinger 
Georgia Mary Thiel 
Lucille Florence Warren 
Clara Beauman Williams 
Louise Arminta Young 



In Industrial Education 



Harmon Dale Roberts 
James Adelbert Scott 
Charles Prentiss Smith 



In Music Education 



Marguerite Irene Biondi 
Phyllis ^^Iarvel Brown 
Katherine Colp 
Rhea Verona Crews 
Helen Kathryn Granger 
Dorothy ^Iarguerite Harrowell 
Wayne Snyder Hertz 
Arlene Naomi Jackson 



William Theodore Loblaw 
Vivian Sylvia Mortensen 
Thomas Irwin Nalbach 
Mildred Alice Parker 
Thomas Wayne Perdue 
Barbara Lee Snider 
Edna Sprague 
Dora Esther Thacker 



22 



Candidates for Degrees, June ij, ipj-? 



In Physical Education 



Bron Constantine Bacevich 
Edward Drake Burmeister 
Philip James Fahs 



Roy Nathaniel Green 
Charles Francis McEuen 
John Daniel Smith 



The School of Journalism 



Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Journalism 



Mary Katherine Adams 

Ruth Eugenia Ashmore 

Henry Porter Avery 

Wilbur James Blakeslee 

Marjory Spangler Blatt 

Norman Watson Callow 

Howard Sewell Carpenter 

Eva Wheeler Davis 

Marjorie Ruth Ehrman 

Bertha Marie Enger, with Honors 

Mary Margaret Fernholz 

Mary Jane Fithian 

Clarence Albert Frazer, Jr. 

Hazel Mary Garvey 

Roy Kermit Graham 

Florence Lewis Grigsby 

Elston David Herron, with Honors 

Ruth Geneva Hitt 

Harold Benson Jewell 

Morris Katz 

Richard Peter Kern 

Edwin Frederick Koenig 



Philip King Lantz 
Joseph Myron Magnuson 
Harry Wieland Moody 
Audrey Anita Moore 
Gertrude Louise O'Brien 
Dorothy Louise Oliver 
Elmira Ball O'Neal 
Dorothy Irene Posvic 
Theodore Thomas Quinn 
James Barrett Reston, Jr. 
Ralph Eugene Schooley 
Cedric Errol Schumacher 
Edward Irwin Serlin 
James Andrew Shearer, with 

Honors 
Frank Spangler 
Fred Werner Steuernagel 
Mary Taylor Swartz 
John Foster Temple 
Ruth Louise Truman 
William Kenneth Turner 
Lillian Clara Walling 



The College of Fine and Applied Arts 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Architecture 



Reno Joseph Biondi, with Honors 
Chauncey Mason Buck 
Fay Abel Chaney 
Trace Christenson, Jr. 
Lawrence Walter Crawford 
Robert Ward Duryee 
Herbert Erenberg 
John Joseph Fitzpatrick 
John Scranton Glossinger 
Albert Allen Gould 
Max Greenberg 



Alvin Edward Grellinger, 

with High Honors 
Philip Michael Grennan 
Richard Emanuel Hult 
Frederick Thomas Hyland 
Fred Daniel Kay, with Honors 
Frank Joseph Lapasso 
Driver Bradshaw Lindsay 
William Frank McVaugh, Jr. 
Kenneth Woodward AIills 



The College of Fine and Applied Arts 



23 



Oscar John Ogg 

Francis John Rose 

Fred William Salogga, with 

Honors 
Karl Richard Schwarz 
Robert Nathan Sheley 



Frank C Stover, II 
Edward Joseph Strougal 
Ralph Augustine Vaughn 
Donald Funk Vogel 
Perry Morton Wilcox 
Walter Victor Wuellner 



In Architectural Engineering 



Edward ^IcCarter Anderson 
Peyton Buckner Byrne 
Lewis Fred Concklin 
Sigfrid August Dahlstrom 
Herbert E Ellison 
Julius Francis Elman 
Edward Henry English 
George Robert Fink, with High 

Honors 
Webster Gazley, II 
George Malory Groeting 
Leslie Frank Hansen 
Paut. Buehler Holt 
William Henderson Hunter 
Truxton Ferdinand Keating 
Richard Benson Kitch, with 

Honors 
Elmer H L Langohr 
Louis Leaf 
Edward Albert Lejeck 



Alexander Louis Levy, Jr. 

Sidney Lipson 

George Gordon Nelson 

Christy M Nicely 

Edward Osgood 

Ting Pao 

Louis R Roehm 

Jack Harold Satin 

Eugene John Schad 

John Sherer Shiff 

Herbert N Stein 

Harry Clayton Sutch 

Glenn E Thiel 

Barney Gaston Tokarsky 

Merton Dorrell Turley 

William Wright Vanderkolk 

Saul S Weinberg 

George M Wicker sham 

Robert Klinkert Williams 



In Landscape Architecture 



Edgar Leslie Bannister 
James Gordon Bennett 
Ralph S Ellifrit, with High 

Honors 
H Russell Griffith 



Vernon David Irish 
Lawrence Lyman Lehmann 
Gerald Farrington Nelson 
Fred Haws Schumacher, with 
Honors 



In the City Planning Option in Landscape Architecture 
Theodore Hartley Forbes 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Music 



James Nelson Adams 

Helen Alexandra Blaszczenski 

Marcella Brownson 

Mildred Carol Cook, with High 

Honors 
Carmen Sylva Siegel 



James Adolph Sullivan 
Virginia B Summers, with High 

Honors 
Thelma Louise Utterback, with 

Honors 



The Graduate School 



Candidates for the Degree of Master of Arts 

In Botany 

Gladys Chapxotte Galligar, A.B., James Millikin University, 1931 

Margaret Mary Huesing, A.B., Rosary College, 1930 

Esther Julia Nissen, A.B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1930 

Vernice Rathmell, A.B., 1931 

Florence Dawson Smith, A.B., Grinnell College, 1930 



24 Candidates for Degrees, June i^, ip^2 

In Chemistry 

Jared Hewes Ford, A.B., Oberlin College, 1931 

Donald Sherwood Frederick, A.B., Miami University, 1931 

In Classics 

Alma Kruse Antrim, A.B., Greenville College, 1917 

Edna Eaton Crain, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1926 

Chauncey Edgar Finch, A.B., 1930 

Ruth Margaret Healy, A.B., Illinois College, 1929 

Levi Robert Lind, A.B., 1929 

Pearl Viola Meyer, A.B., 1931 

Mary Margaret Sauer, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1929 

In Economics 

Frank Anton Bertetti, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1927 
Howard MacDowell Cameron, A.B., Kansas State Teachers College (Pitts- 
burg), 1925 
Theodore August Christian Helmreich, A.B., 1932 
Pearl Marie Smith Maybach, A.B., 1931 

John William Roche, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1928 
Hortis Augustus Shaver, A.B., Ohio University, 1931 
Ruth Shriver, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1923 

In Education 

Lester Cloyd Cannon, B.S., 1920 

Edna Carson, A.B., 1928 

Robert Benjamin Ernest, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1929 

Raymond Warren Hicks, A.B., Colgate University, 1907 

Vernon Lewis Nickell, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1929 

John William Perkins, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1929 

Winifred Long Smith, B.S., 1927 

Mary Elizabeth von Almen, B.S., 1931 

In English 

Theodore Parsons Cavins, B.S., 1928 

Catharine Foxen, A.B., Rosary College, 1931 

Sibyl Flowers Johnson, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1920 

Neva Whitford Jones, A.B., 1922 

Carol Aikman Klinger, A.B., Wabash College, 1928 

Emma Jane Shepherd, A.B., 1930 

Irene Gertrude Watson, B.S., James Millikin University, 1929 

Freda Alma Wise, B.S., 1931 

Irma Cloe Witmore, A.B., McPherson College, 1922 

Howard Earl Wrench, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1928 

Walter Francis Wright, B.S., Miami University, 1930 

In Entomology 
Paul Osborn Ritcher, A.B., 1931 

In Geology 
Carl Frederick Grubb, A.B., 1931 

In German 

Marie Louise Bauer, A.B., James Millikin University, 1931 
Alice Marie Martin, A.B., Monmouth College, 1931 
Florence Louise Rathert, A.B., Butler University, 1931 



The Graduate School 25 



In History 

Selig Adler, A.B., University of Buffalo, 1931 

LoRETTA Angela Arvin, A.B., Indiana State Teachers College, 1928 

William Exdon Baringek, B.S., 1931 

Muriel Alice Barnett, A.B., Illinois Woman's College, 1930 

Robert Gehlman Bone, A.B., Wooster College, 1928 

Mabel Marion Goff, A.B., Knox College, 1931 

Mary Louise Irvin, A.B., 1931 

Eli Gilbert Lentz, A.B., Indiana University, 1930 

Myrtle Christine Miller, A.B., 1928 

In Library Science 

Doris Wiley Achelfohi, A.B., Lindenv^^ood College, 1928; B.S. (Lib.), 1929 
Grace Fannie Crumpacker, A.B., McPherson College, 1923; B.S. (Lib.), 1928 
Gerald Herbert Sandy, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1928; B.S. (Lib.), 1929 
Arnold Herman Trotier, A.B., Nebraska State Normal School, 1925 
Elvin Schuyler Warrick, A.B., Otterbein College, 1921 ; B.S. (Lib.), 1927 
Harriet Proctor Wirick, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1926; B.S., University 
of Minnesota, 1929 

In Mathematics 

Sister Mary Roberdette Burns, B.A., Clarke College, 1931 
Albert Koen Denny, B.S., M.S., Lincoln College, 1907, 1910 
Carl John Louis Kleyensteuber, A.B., Carthage College, 1931 
Arthur Wilbur Meek, A.B., Illinois College, 1931 
Virginia Modesitt, A.B., Mt. Holyoke College, 1931 
Marvin G Moore, A.B., University of Arkansas, 1931 

In Political Science 

Edward Lawrence Adams, Jr., A.B., 1929 

Marion Edward Gardner, A.B., Berea College, 1931 

Robert Clark Keough, A.B., North Central College, 1931 

Gilbert Gillespie Lentz, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1931 

In Romance Languages 

Francene Augusta Bartlett, Ph.B., Shurtleff College, 1931 

Emilio Cofresi, A.B., University of West Virginia, 1927 

Fr.\nces Elizabeth Heggstrom, A.B., Rockford College, 1931 

Ednamae McClelland, A.B., 1931 

Helen Thompson Mills, A.B., Miami University, 1919 

May Anne Parsons, A.B., 1931 

Camille Barnett Power, A.B., James Millikin University, 1922 

Eunice May Schmitt, B.S., 1931 

Evelyn Mae Schwarztrauber, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1931 

Josephine Spangler, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1930 

Erma Mary Vogelpohl, Ph.B., Shurtleff College, 1930 

In Sociology 
Arthur Vincent Houghton, Jr., B.S., 1926 

In Zoology 

Dorothy Adelaide Altringer, A.B., 1930 

William Carl Van Deventer, A.B., Central College (Missouri), 1930 



26 Candidates for Degrees, June ij, ip32 

Candidates for the Degree of Master of Science 

In Accountancy 

Thomas Harvey Beadles, B.S., 1930 

Ken YON Davis Bowes, B.S., 193 1 

Glenn Harrison Breen, B.S., 1929 

Walker Elliott Campbell, B.S., 1928 

Clema Thomas Grove, A.B., B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1922, 1926 

Ralph Orville Linville, B.S., 1931 

George Donald Meid, B.S., Butler University, 1931 

Louis H Melcher, B.S., 1931 

Milton M Troy, B.S., 1931 

In Agronomy 

Robert Wesley Bills, B.S., 1925 

Arnold William Klemme, B.S., University of Alissouri, 1925 

In Architecture 

Arthur Bassin, B.S., 1931 

Warren William Day, B.S., 1910 

Robert Vincent Goldsborough, B.S., Armour Institute of Technology, 1930 

Driver Bradshaw Lindsay, B.S., 1931 

In Architectural Engineering 
Edward George Schaefer, B.S., 1930 

In Bacteriology 

Roy Elmer Litwiller, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 
August Theron Perkins, B.S., 1929 

In Botany 

Lauretta Ewing Fox, B.S., Westminster College, 1931 

Opal Cameron Hartline, B.S., McKendree College, 1925 

Stella Araminta Holmes, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1930 

Albert Smith Johnson, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1929 

James Morton Schopf, A.B., University of Wyoming, 1930 

In Business Organization and Operation 

Richard Mason Bourne, B.S., Colorado Agricultural and Mechanical College, 
193 1 

In Ceramics 

James Patrick Breen, B.S., 1927 

In Ceramic Engineering 

Robert Karl Smith, B.S., Alfred University, 1930 

Hans Thurnauer, Dipl. Ing. Technische Hochschule, Berlin, 1931 

Delos Herschel Wamsley, B.S., Alfred University, 1930 

In Chemistry 

William Dewain Allers, B.S., 1931 

Walter Anton Carlson, B.S., 1931 

Shih Liang Chien, B.S., Tsing Hua University, 1931 

Ines Eleanor Clayton, B.S., 1931 

James Martin Cross, B.S., 1931 



The Graduate School 27 



John Willis Cusic, A.B., DePauvv Universilj', 1931 

John Clifford Eck, B.S., Montana State College, 1931 

Don Brf.nt Forman, A.B., University of Kentucky. I93i 

Roland Hf,nry Goshorn, A.B., North Alanchester College, 1929 

William Edward Hanford, B.S., Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science, 

1930 
Sylvia Kilton Hick, B.S., 1928 

Donald Fletcher Holmes, A.B., Amherst College, 1931 
Carroll Everett Imhoff, 13. S., 1931 
Edward Arthur Parker, B.S., 1930 
Seymour I Peskind, B.S., 1931 
Richard Forse Peterson, B.S., 1931 

Robert Frederick Peterson, A.B., University of Montana, 1931 
Roderick Donald Pinkerton, B.S., 1931 

Tames Burbank Reed, B.S., Massachusetts State College, 1927 
Walter Kenneth Robinson, B.S., Lombard College, 1929 
Lester Edward Schniepp, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1931 
Fr.\ncis Ralph Scholl, B.S., Northwestern University, 1931 
Ax.\dimir Charles Sekera, B.S., 1931 
^[ax Paul Staley, B.S., 1931 
Paul Woodard Thompson, B.S., 1930 
Clarence Kalman Wiesman, B.S., 1931 

In Civil Engineering 

Alexander John Albertis, B.S., Robert College, 1931 

Alvin Berthold Auerbach, B.S., Armour Institute of Technology, 1931 

David Joseph Brumley, B.S., 1931 

Louis Frank Buran, B.S., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1930 

William Leighton Collins, B.S., 1928 

Rudyard Merwin Cook, B.S., Case School of Applied Science, 1931 

Thomas James Dolan, B.S., 1929 

Charles Overton Harris, B.S., 1930 

George Edgar Jewett, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1929 

Mitat Ahmet Kassim, B.S., Robert College, 1931 

MiLo Smith Ketchum, Jr., B.S., 1931 

Glenn Murphy, B.S., M.S., University of Colorado, 1929, 1930 

Abraham Samuel Neiman, B.S., University of Michigan, 1921 

Nathan Mortimore Newmark, B.S., Rutgers University, 1930 

Paul Ellsworth Nielsen, B.S., 1927 

Gilbert C.\rleton Unger, Jr., B.S., University of Virginia, 1928 

John Nicolas Vallis, B.S., Robert College, 1931 

Liu Sheng Wu, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1930 

In Dairy Husbandry 
Russell Jennings Ramsey, B.S., 1930 

In Economics 

Robert Kenton Conrad, B.S., 1931 
Richard Hardin Downing, B.S., 1931 
Charles Stewart Havens, B.S., 1927 
Severin Peter Langhoff, Jr., B.S., 1931 
Paul Homer Moore, B.S., 1931 
William Howard Taylor, B.S., 1931 

In Education 

AuDR.\ Earl Cockrum, A.B., 1928 

Fred Romain Prusha, B.S., Coe College, 191 7 

Donald Leroy Quinsey, B.S., 1924 

Dewey Bernard Stuit, B.S., 1931 

Arnold R von Lehsten, B.S., 1924 



28 Candidates for Degrees, June i^, 1^32 

In Electrical Engineering 

Adam Essler Abel, Jr., B.S., 1931 

William Curtis Adams, B.S., 1931 

Wilfred Marion Hesselberth, B.S., 1931 

Harold E Keneipp, B.S., 1927 

George Wellington Pickels, IV, B.S., 1931 

Moustafa Me-hmed Santour, B.S., Robert College, 1930; M.S., Case School of 

Applied Science, 1931 
William Dwight Shannon, B.S., 1931 
David Edgar Wiegand, B.S., 1931 
Richard Wells World, B.S., 1928 

In Entomology 
John Harwood Evans, B.S., 1923 

In Farm Organization and Management 

Marshall Dees Harris, B.S., University of Kentucky, 1926 
Lloyd Vincent Sherw^ood, B.S., 1931 

In Geology 

George Vincent Cohee, B.S., 1931 

Harry Stephen Kilian, A.B., 1930 

Edwin Lester MacVeigh, A.B., 1930 

Joseph Muzzy Trefethen, A.B., Colby College, 1931 

Donald Desmond Utterback, A.B., 1930 

In Home Economics 

Lillian Mae Merritt, B.S., Eureka College, 1924 
Janice Minerva Smith, A.B., 1930 
Lucille Rankin Webber, B.S., 1928 

In Horticulture 

Robert William Patrick, B.S., 1925 
Brayton Ladd Weaver, B.S., 1925 

In Mathematics 

Henry William Taylor, A.B., College of Emporia, 1921 ; A.M., University of 
Kansas, 1922 

In Mining Engineering 

Yu-Lun Chu, B.S., Pei Yang University, 1925 
Ching Wang, B.S., Peking National University, 1923 

In Physics 

Samuel Poucher Mitchell, B.S., 1931 

Merrill Paul Rassweiler, B.S., Beloit College, 1930 

In Physiology 
Osw^ALD Sidney Orth, B.S., 1929 



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In Railway Engineering 

Jefferson Chin Hsiao, B.S., Chiao-Tung University, 1931 

Taylor-Chien Lee, B.S., Shantung Industrial College, 1926; B.S., Purdue Uni- 
versity, 1930 

In Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 

Paul Andersen, B.S., Royal Polytechnic Institute (Copenhagen), 1923 

John Frederick Haake, A.B., 1931 

James Carey Othus, M.E., Cornell University, 1917 

Thomas Geer Taylor, B.S., 1930 

Harold Bertr.\m Wishart, B.S., 1931 

In Transportation 
Albert Charles Fries, B.S., 1931 

In Zoology 

John Robert Buchheit, B.S., Hamline University, 1929 

Clarence William Clancy, JB.S., 1930 

Lowell Fred Galbreath, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1931 

Donald John O'Donnell, B.S., 1931 

Sigurd Ferdinand Olson, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1920 

Joe Marion Parker, A.B., 1930 

John Yin Chieh Watt, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1931 



Candidates for Professional Degrees in Engineering 

The Degree of Master of Architecture 
Charles Alexander Gunn, B.S., 1892 

The Degree of Civil Engineer 

Russell Alger Hall, B.C.E., University of Michigan, 1916; M.S., 1924 
Frederic Theodore Mavis, B.S., M.S., 1922, 1926 
Wayne Ransom Woolley, B.S., 1927 
Leigh Francis Joseph Zerbee, B.S., 191 1 

The Degree of Electrical Engineer 

Albert Jay Clarkson, B.S., 1916 
R.\LPH Robert Richart, B.S., 1927 

The Degree of Mechanical Engineer 

Frank Butler Doyle, B.S., 1920; M.S., Cornell University, 1923 

Harry John Klotz, B.S., 1912 

Maurice Olchoff, B.S., 1923 

Ching Pong Pei, B.S., Tangshan Engineering College, 1921 ; M.S., 1923 

Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

In Agronomy 

Henry Llovt) Buckardt, B.S., M.S., 1926, 1929. Effect of fall, winter and spring 
seeding on yield, certain plant characters, quality and germination of wheat 
varieties. 



30 Candidates for Degrees, June ij, 1932 

In Botany 

CoNSTANTiNE JoHN Alexopoulos, B.S., M.S., 1927, 1928. A Comparative study 

of certain pycnidial fungi from Vitis. 
Harold Ross McLarty, B.A., M.A., McMaster University, 1916, 1920. Perennial 

canker of apple trees. 

In Chemistry 

Charles Brunner Becker, S.B., S.AI., University of Chicago, 1928, 1929. The 
stereochemical properties of 2, 2'-difluoro-6, 6'-dimethoxy-3, 3'-dicarboxy- 
diphenyl. 

Alfred Theodore Blomquist, A.B., M.S., 1928, 1929. A study of conjugated 
unsaturated hydrocarbons. 

Clyde Train Caldwell, B.S., Earlham College, 1922; M.S., 1923. Growth ex- 
periments with mixtures of amino acids. 

Kenneth Edwin Corrigan, B.S., Knox College, 1928; M.S.,, 1930. 
I. Diffraction studies with X-rays of long wave length. 
II. New construction features of X-ray tubes. 
III. The application of X-rays of high intensity to the study of unstable and 
changing structures. 

Charles Harold Fisher, B.S., Roanoke College, 1928; AI.S., 1929. Hindered 
alpha-halo ketones. 

Dorothea Haas, B.A., Mt. Holyoke College, 1928. The transference numbers of 
some rare earth ions. 

Vernal Richard Hardy, B.S., McKendree College, 1928; M.S., 1930. Chemical 
reactions in the solid state. Preparation of alkaline earth metal and mag- 
nesium perchlorates. Reaction between sulfur and ammonium perchlorate. 

William Foley Henry, B.S., M.S., 1929, 1930. Physical properties of salt vapors. 

JUDSON Harry Holloway, Jr., B.S., M.S., University of Denver, 1924, 1926. 
The synthesis of benzaldehyde from benzene and carbon monoxide under 
pressure. 

William Christian Klingelhoefer, Jr., B.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1925. 
Atomic chlorine and its reactions. 

Edward Merrill McMahon, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1927; M.S., 1929. 
A comparison of the methoxyl and fluorine groups in their influence on the 
restriction of rotation in ortho substituted diphenyls. 

Ralph Edward AIeints, B.S., M.S., Iowa State College, 1927, 1928. Observa- 
tions on the rare earths: Preparation and properties of Lanthanum Amal- 
gam Lanthanum metal and its structure. 

Howard Everett Munro, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1928, I\I.S., 1929. 
Tetraphenyldiphenylethinylethane. 

Paul Russell Shildneck, B.S., M.S., University of Nebraska, 1928, 1929. 
Stereochemistry of diphenylbenzenes. Preparation and properties of cer- 
tain brominated dimesityl-hydroquinones and their derivatives. 

Roger Wolcott Stoughton, B.S., M.S., Aliddlebury College, 1927, 1928. The 
stereoisomerism of 2, 2', 6-trisubstituted diphenyls. 

George Edgar Symons, B.S., M.S., 1928, 1930. The anaerobic bacterial hydrol- 
ysis of carbohydrates. 

Eugene Hurlbut Woodruff, A.B., Grinnell College, 1926. The preparation and 
resolution of 2, 2', 4, 4'-tetracarboxy-6, 6'-diphenyl-3, 3'-dipyridyl. 

Han Ching Yuan, B.S., Tsing Hua University, 1929. I. Stereoisomerism of 
diphenyls. II. Salts of diiodomethane disulfonic acid. III. Synthesis of 
2-mesityl-l, 4-naphthoquinone and its derivatives. 

In Classics 

Katharine Sybil Tubbs, A.B., Bates College, 1928; A.Al, 1930. The Greek 
versions of Jerome's Life of Saint Paul of Thebes. 



The Graduate School 31 



In Dairy Husbandry 

Charles Andrew Brown, B.S., j\I.S., Purdue University, 1917, 1920. Recent 
adjustments to low dairy prices within the dairy industry. 

Harold Kenneth Wilson, B.S., 1929; Al.S., University of California, 1930. 
Factors affecting the marketability of fluid milk. 

In Economics 

David Miers Beights, A.B., University of Colorado, 1925 ; M.S., 1927. Financ- 
ing American rubber manufacturing companies. 

Daniel Borth, Jr., B.S., University of Kansas, 1927; M.S., 1928. Capitalization 
of public service corporations. (Its relation to the rate base, the rate of 
return and service). 

Cecil Clayton Carpenter, B.S., University of Kentucky, 1926; M.S., 1927. 
Monetary theory in England during the bank restriction period, 1 797-1821. 

Robert Phillip Hackett, B.S., M.S., 1923, 1926. Consolidation in the drug 
industry'. 

W'ilbert Eugene Karrenbrock, A.B., Central Wesleyan Coliege, 1921 ; B.S., 
M.S., 1923, 1924. The administration of municipal funds with special ref- 
erence to Illinois cities. ' 

Ernest Gilmore Lewis, A.B., A.M., University of Texas, 1926, 1928. Some con- 
tributions of John Sherman to Public and Private Finance, 1855-1881. 

Kenneth Dean Luney, A.B., Geneva College, 1924; A.M., 1928. Mr. Justice 
Brandeis and the problems of labor. 

In Education 

Max Dissette Engelhart, B.S., M.S., 1923, 1926. The problems and techniques 
of educational research. 

In Engineering 

Ralph Louis Scorah, B.S., M.S., Purdue University, 1924, 1925. The thermo- 
dynamics of detonation with application to mixtures of hydrogen and 
oxygen. 

In English 

Harold Holliday Watts, A.B., A.M., 1927, 1928. The intellectual and artistic 
development of Lord Lytton. 

In Geology 

John Archer Culbertson, A.B., Hanover College, 1921 ; M.S., University of 
Chicago, 1924. The paleontology and stratigraphy of the Pennsylvanian 
strata between Caseyville, Kentucky, and Vinccnnes, Indiana. 

Oscar Emil Wagner, Jr., A.B., A.M., 1928, 1929. The paleontology and stratig- 
raphy of the Kaibab limestone. 

In German 

Mi.Mi Ida Jehle, B.E., University of Akron, 1928; A.M., 1929. Das deutsche 
Kunstmarchen von der Romantik zum Naturalismus. (The German Liter- 
ary Fairy-tale from Romanticism to Naturalism.) 

Emilie Ida Walz Kubitz, A.B., A.M., 1916, 1930. Die Auffassung der Liebe in 
poetischen Realismus. (The Conception of Love in Poetic Realism.) 

John William Kurtz, A.B., Wartburg College, 1927; A.M., 1929. Studies in 
the staging of the German religious drama of the late Middle Ages. 



32 Candidates for Degrees, June Jj, /pj^ 

Fritz Moore, A.B., University of Akron, 1927 ; A.M., 1930. The attitude of the 
older Romanticists towards Lessing. 

Flora Emma Ross, A.B., James Millikin University, 1910; A.^i., Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1920. Goethe in France, with special reference to Barres, Bourget, 
and Gide. 

In History 

Marian Elizabeth Baker, A.B., A.M., 1928, 1929. English factional politics, 
1596-1599. 

Edward Victor Cardinal, A.B., St. Viator College, 1920; A.M., Catholic Uni- 
versity of America, 1924. Cardinal Lorenzo Campeggio (1474-1539). 

Clarence Arthur Clausen, A.B., St. Olaf College, 1923 ; A.M., 1929. Dr. 
Fridtjof Nansen's work as High Commissioner of the League of Nations. 

Wade Dewood David, A.B., A.M., University of Minnesota, 1920, 1925. Turkey 
and the Powers, 1907-1909. 

Leland Livingston Sage, A.B., Vanderbilt University, 1922 ; A.M., 1928. Lord 
Stratford de Redcliffe and the origins of the Crimean War. 

In Mathematics 

John Harvey Butchart, B.S., Eureka College, 1928; A.M., 1929. HeHces in 
Euclidean n-space. 

Miles C Hartley, A.B., A.AI., B.S., 1923, 1924, 1926. Properties of algebraic, 
plane quintics which are invariant under finite collineation groups. 

Daniel Tell Sigley, A.B., A.M., Universitj' of Kansas, 1927, 1928. Groups in- 
volving a small number of complete sets of conjugates. 

In Physics 

Harold Q Fuller, A.B., Wabash College, 1928; A.M., 1930. The effect of 
oxygen on the fluorescence and absorption spectra of iodine. 

Wendell Hinkle Furry, A.B., DePauw University, 1928; A.]M., 1930. Molec- 
ular energies: The lithium molecule. 

Clarence Duane Hause, A.B., Cornell College, 1927; A.M., 1920. The band 
spectrum of potassium hydride. 

Clarence Edward Ireland, A.B., M.S., 1926, 1928. Valence forces in beryllium 
hydride. 

Ralph Emerson Nusbaum, A.B., DePauw University, 1926; M.S., 1929. The 
magnetic rotation spectra and heats of dissociation of Lia, Naz, and K2. 

In Political Science 

Lucretia Little Ilsley, A.B., Mt. Holyoke College, 1928; A.AL, 1929. The 
administration of mandates by the British dominions. 

In Psychology 

Richard Kenneth Compton, A.B., Kalamazoo College, 1926; A.M., University 
of Michigan, 1929. An experimental and analytical study of organic set. 

John Bascom Wolfe, A.B., Emory and Henry College, 1925 ; A.M., University of 
Virginia, 1928. The effect of delayed reward upon learning in the white rat. 

In Zoology 

WiLLARD Marion Gersbacher, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 
1926 ; A.M., 1928. The development of stream bottom communities in cen- 
tral Illinois. 

Daniel Irvin Rasmussen, B.S., Brigham Young University, 1928; M.S., 1930. 
Biotic communities of the Kaibab Plateau. 



Degrees Conferred June 10, 1932, 
in Chicago 

The College of Medicine 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



Joseph Albaum 

Edward Ragnar A>rDERSox 

Julius Aroxow 

Abraham Aronsox 

Eli Bard 

George William Itzweire Bard 

Edward Stuart Baxter 

Alfred Paul Bay 

Marie Katherine Bepko 

Max Berg 

Maxwell Robert Bernstein 

Edward J Bomze 

David Joseph Brown 

Richard Thomas Calosio 

Jerry Chobot 

Sidney S Cohen 

Harry M\tlr Crystal 

Frank Benson Deardorff 

Ben Burt Elster 

Harold Samuel Feinhandler 

^^Iarshall Louis Fisher 

Vincent Freda 

Ralph Waldo Freeman 

Leon Thomas Frlin 

WiLLARD Wilson Fullerton 

William Gernon 

Robert Wagner Glenn 

Hyman Harry Goldstein 

Hyman Samson Gordon 

Joseph Goddard Gustafson 

Henry Russell Hall 

Noel John Hershey 

Clarence C Holoffe 

Theodore Holstein 

LoLTS Alois Holub 

John Francis Hutfman 

Maurice Bernard Jacobs 



Harold Kahn 
Morris Kaplan 
John Joseph Kazakevich 
Charles Gordon Keigwin 
Robert Eugene Kraft 
Irving E Krakower 
Carl James Lehwald 
Robert George Lemon 
Milton J Levin 
Albert Joseph Levine 
William Wayne Lockwood 
William Forrester Maley 
Glenn Robert Marshall 
John Haley Mathis 
Wilbur June Menke, Jr. 
Thomas Finn Nelson 
Harry H Nierenberg 
Paul James O'Brien 
Irving Bernard Richter 
Ralph Eugene Rosen 
David Rosenbloom 
Henry Carl Rosenstiel 
John Bernard Roth 
Charles Francis Row 
Reuben Rubisoff 
Milton AIorris Sciieffler 
Harry Schultz 
Harry Robert Schwartz 
Robert Meyr Shagam 
Harold Loins Shinall 
Ai.bert H Slepyan 
Anton Smerz 
Paul Gustav Thode 
Alex Sol Tulsky 
Leonard V Wachs 
Walter Jacob Zeiter 



The Certificate in Medicine 



Benjamin Appelman, B.S. 
Edward Aron, Ph.G., B.S. 
Lester White Baird, B.S. 
Harry Gregory Becker, B.S. 
D.wid Andrew Bennett, B.S. 
Harry Berman, B.S. 
Edward Charles Berntxl, B.S. 
William Edward Bretz, B.S. 
Fannie Buky, A.B., B.S. 



Thomas Joseph Conley, Jr., B.S. 
William Jackson Copeland, A.B., 

B.S. 
Howard George Diesner, B.S. 
William Clay Dine, Jr., B.S., M.S. 
Samuel Irwin Ditkowsky, B.S. 
Claire Maurice Dixon, B.S. 
Delmar Eichler Domke, B.S. 
Raymond Flowers Donovan, B.S. 



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Degrees Conferred June lo, 1932, in Chicago 



Murray Sayle DuMont, Ph.G., B.S. 

Maurice Irwin Edelman, B.S. 

Gilbert Harold Edwards, A.B., B.S. 

Fred C Endres, B.S. 

Arthur Loyal Ennis, B.S. 

Leon Marius Erenburg, B.S. 

Daniel Feiman, B.S. 

Albert Hyman Feinerman, B.S. 

Howard Albert Finney, B.S. 

John Oscar Firth, B.S. 

George Herman Fleischli, B.S. 

Jack Galin 

George Cullom Geymer, B.S. 

John Hamilton Gilmore, B.S. 

George Goldenberg, B.S. 

Ephraim Frank Goodman, B.S. 

Leo Jack Greenberg, B.S. 

Milton Handelman, B.S. 

Irving Maurice Harter, B.S. 

Rudolph Hecht, B.S. 

Robert Grantham Hickerson, B.S. 

Benjamin Highman, B.S. 

William Wallace Holleman, B.S. 

Harold Mark Hoover, B.S. 

Joseph Allan Hubata, A.B. 

Paul Hurwitz, B.S. 

Runyon Hungate Irvin, B.S. 

David Smeaton Jaffray, B.S. 

Charles David Kanter 

Clarence Francis Kelly, B.S. 

Elmer Joseph Kocour, B.S. 

Emanuel A Kominik, B.S. 

Thaddeus Marion Koppa 

Harry Kotler, B.S. 

Clarence Samuel Krakow, B.S. 

John Albert Layman, A.B., B.S. 

Samuel Sheldon Leavitt, B.S. 

Abraham Leff, B.S. 

John Alfred Legier, B.S. 

David Alvin Lemberg, B.S. 

David Lerner, B.S. 

David Leonard Lerner, B.S. 

Arthur Harry Levine, B.S. 

Ben William Lichtenstein, B.S. 

Loren Lennoth Love, B.S. 

]\Iax Boyd McQueen, B.S. 

Nathan Allen Masor 

Armand Jean Mauzey, A.B., B.S. 

Alfred Karl Meyer, B.S. 

David Sidney Miller, B.S. 



Joseph Samuel Miller, B.S. 

BuRTis Edgar Montgomery, B.S., M.S. 

Milton Mitchell Mosko, B.S. 

Alfred Henry Movius, Jr., B.S. 

Theodore Julius Nereim, A.B., B.S. 

IsADORE M Nimsovitz, B.S. 

Morris Phillip Orloff, B.S. 

Joseph Poticha, B.S. 

Theodore Newell Rafferty, B.S. 

John Todd Reynolds, B.S. 

George Henry Rezek, A.B. 

Paul Montel Rice 

Samuel Irving Richmond, B.S. 

George Ronstrom, B.S. 

Martin J Rosenthal, B.S. 

Harry Edward Ryan, B.S. 

William Frank Sayle, B.S. 

Ambrose Daniel Schneider, B.S. 

Arthur Henry Schumacher, B.S. 

Arthur Henry Schv/artz, B.S. 

Edward Edgar Park Seidmon, A.B., 

B.S. 
Vaheh M Seron, B.S. 
Fred William Seymour, B.S. 
Paul Lawrence Shallenberger 
Michael Hershel Shuger, B.S. 
Norman Morison Shure, B.S. 
Thelma Russell Shurtz, B.S. 
Lee Edwarde Siegel, B.S. 
Max Sinay, B.S. 
Joseph Stagman, B.S. 
Walter Alfred Stark, A.B. 
Isadore Elihu Steck, B.S. 
Louis Mark Steiner, B.S. 
Carl Sugar, B.S. 
Cecil Earl Tate, B.S. 
Edgar Abney Thacker, A.B., B.S. 
Isadore Louis Turow, B.S. 
Isadore C Udesky, B.S. 
Frank Rudolph Urban, B.S. 
Harley R Varney, B.S. 
John William Wall, B.S. 
La Verne Myron Wallheiser, B.S. 
William Hester Walton, Ph.B., B.S. 
Louis Weinberg, B.S. 
Merrill John Werner 
LoRiN Dixon Whittaker, A.B., B.S. 
Finis Ellsworth Wilson, B.S. 
Robert Bruce Wilson, B.S. 
Adelbert Earnest Wuesteman, B.S. 



The College of Dentistry 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



Chester Frederick Anderson 
Milton Field Anker 
Max Louis Belogrodsky 
Ben Bernard Block 



Herman Howard Crystal 
Jacob Martin Goldstein 
Harry George Greenstein 
Adolph Klein 



The College of Dentistry 



35 



Roger Raymond Kleix 
Frank Joseph Kos 
Murray Miltz 



Lisbon Herman Schmeiske 
jMyron Hale Shaner 
Victor Wittert 



The Degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery 



Joseph Leroy Berxier 
Leslie Joseph Braun 
George Lee Carey 
Henry Gambale Cerulli, B.S. 
Charles Benjieman Cronk 
Jack Arthur Decker 
Joseph Robert Dickson 
Frank Carl Fabian 
Carl Lawrence Green 
George Hanus, B.S. 
Cecil Douglas Helmer 
Peter Paul Iagmin, B.S. 
Nathaniel Robert Isaacs 
George Sidney Jacks 
Elmer Theodore Jaffe 
Felix Wilho Jokela 
Ralph Edward Tones 



Hymen Klingman 
Joseph Komarek 
Paul Herschel Landers 
Leonard Joseph Litvan 
Donald Ludden McElroy 
Frederic William Mahlke 
AIiLFORD John Nelson 
Henry H Parkin 
Michael Henry Pauly, Jr. 
LIowARD Miles Robertson 
SuREN Manoog Seron, B.S. 
John Stanley Servine 
Ralph Harold Skudstad 
Carl John Sommerfeld 
Herbert Paul Steinmeyer 
Robert Marshall Stephan 
Alfred Edward Tobiasz, B.S. 



The School of Pharmacy 

The Deg-ree of Pharmaceutical Chemist 



Verna ^[.\e Adderley 
Gilbert Scott Anderson 
Nicholas Ardean 
James A Armsworth 
Meyer Backer 
John Henry Baker 
Harry Eugene Baldwin 
Stanley' E Bardo 
Ben Bernard Berger 
Charles Bernard Bernardi 
George Gl-nther Biddle 
George Edward Borovicka 
Joseph Jerry Cech 
Spas Chelovich 
Joseph L Coleman 
Thomas D Cook 
Seymour Cooperman 
Helen Ione Cribb 
^Ieyer Crane 
Thomas John Curtin 
John Bern.^rd Daniel 
Daniel T Dragel 
Aloysius Drazek 
Russell Emerson Eastburn 
Elmer Fisher 
Orville Robert Frey 
Earl ^[ Friesenecker 
Walter Geleta 
John Clifford Giles 
Harvey Glass 
^Laurice Robert Goldberg 



Boris Golden 
Myron Goldsmith 
Arthur Goslin 
Seymour E Greenberg 
Mary Erma Gvozdjak 
Jay Allen Handler 
Ralph Marshall Henninger 
Hugo Robert Hitzelberger 
Samuel Hoffen 
Elvera Marie Holton 
James Leopold Hora 
Charles Joseph Horky 
Anthony William Horvat 
Sidney Israelite 
Russell Ernest Johnson 
Willard William Johnson 
Roy Allen Jones 
Charles Peter Kakanauskas 
George Edward Kalina 
Henry Sieber Kepner 
Victor Henry King 
Nicholas John Kirincich 
Francis Kisla 
Eberhard J Klostermann 
Frank Louis Kohout 
Mildred Korous 
Edward i\Iusaf Krinsky 
Maryan Joseph Kutza 
William Charles Little 
Harry Ambrose McCann 
Harry Markovsky 



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Degrees Conferred June lo, 1932, in Chicago 



Salvatore V Marzullo 
John Matthew Mazurek 
James Edward Michael 
Alex Millman 
Nicholas Misjukowetz 
Salvatore Motto 
Meyer Mutchnik 
David Nathanson 
Clarence Newman 
Edward Nowak 
Alexander Manuel Oris 
Melvin F Pape 
Alden Harry Perkins 
William Joseph Petrauskas 
Milton Ernest Petrick 
Zenon Kasimir Plohocki 
Jules Plotkin 
Jerry John Polacek 
William Estel Polen 
Ralph F Pratt 
Joseph Herman Press 
Maurice Press 
Peter Quillman 
Robert James Reimers 
Vincent Frank Rini 
Nathan Roskin 



Remo Anthony Rosy 

Cpiarles Rozen 

Edward Rubin 

Francis George Ruckstuhl 

Joseph Anton Sanda 

Harold F Savage 

Joseph Schechtman 

James Skor 

Jack Sloan 

Leo Soukup 

Edward Stangle 

Sam Strauss 

John Nicholas Tessitore 

Irving Torgownik 

Martin Trulli 

Joseph Frank Vacha 

Otto j\Iiles Vanek 

Joseph Robert Villani 

Val Watt 

Jerry William Wedral 

Wayne Bernhard Wolters 

Henry Wong 

William Wilkinson Wright 

Harold Edward Youssi 

Rufin H E Zaleski 

Ellen Cohen (Class of 1931) 



The Certificate in Pharmacy 



Harold Norman Cohen 

Roy Joseph Delhaye 

Frank Bernard Drexel 

David Golden 

Rose Lillian Gorodazky 

Joseph Grais 

Jack Kaplan 



Blossom Kohn 

George William Kotlan 

Jack Levin 

Joseph Edward Lohr 

Samuel Edward Ross 

Louis Charles Sherman 



The Graduate School 
The Degree of Master of Science 



In Anatomy 
George Nelson Ronstrom, B.S., 1931 

In Bacteriology 

Herbert Eli McDaniels, B.S., University of Chicago, 1925 
Michael Hershel Shuger, B.S., 1931 

In Orthodontia 

John James Holub, D.D.S., 1930 
Lynn Carter Wilkinson, D.D.S., 1930 



The Graduate School 37 



In Pathology 

Edward Charles Bernell, B.S., 1930 

Rudolph Hecht, B.S., 1930 

Benjamin High man, B.S., 1930 

Ben Zion Rappaport, B.S., AI.D., 1920, 1923 

Arthur Harold Schwartz, B.S., 1930 

In Pharmacology 

John Oscar Firth, B.S., Monmouth College, 1921 

Max Boyd AIcQueen, B.S., 1930 

Lawrence Templeton, B.S., Oregon State College, 1927 

In Physiological Chemistry 

S. K. E. Lieboner, A.B., Rockford College, 1928 
Margaret Eugenie AIilliken, A.B., Colorado College, 1926 

In Physiology 

Lucius Matlock Dillman, B.S., 1931 

Edgar Abney Thacker, A.B., B.S., 1927, 1930 

In Therapeutics 
Maynarp Kiplinger Hine, D.D.S., 1930 



Degrees Conferred Since the Last 
Commencement 



Conferred in August and October, 1931, 
and in February, 1932 

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

The Degree of Bachelor of Arts 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Margaret Elizabeth Alexander 

(August) 
George Harold Ashline, Jr. (October) 
Martha Byrd Baker (February) 
John Albert Beckwith (February) 
George Allen Bertelsman (October) 
Booker Taliaferro Blackwell 

(October) 
William Sheldon Blaisdell 

(February) 
Evelyn Mae Bosenbury (October) 
Irene Dorothy Boyer (February) 
JuLMA Violet Brown (October) 
Earl Clifford Bucher, with Honors 

in Chemistry (October) 
Clifford Leslie Carroll (October) 
Charlotte Elizabeth Claussen 

(February) 
Charles William Conrad (October) 
Theodor James Cooper (October) 
Ralph Phillip Darling (February) 
Clifford Armstrong Davidson 

(October) 
Herbert William Dey (October) 
Charles Frederick Dickinson, Jr. 

(October) 
James Richard Dorsey (February) 
Joseph Everett Ewers (February) 
Alfred Frank Finkl (October) 
Frank Victor Flaska, with Honors 

in History (February) 
Frank Russell Foster (August) 
Howard Willbanks Frick (February) 
James William Garrity (October) 
Nora Read Gaston (February) 
Harry Edwin Gearhart (February) 
Harold Lorenz Geis (October) 
John Francis Graham (February) 
Robert LeRoy Greene (February) 
Lawrence Millard Grigg (August) 
Leonard Melvin Hart (October) 
William Wolff Heitler (October) 
Frances Marion Helff (August) 



Theodore August Christian 

Helmreich, with Honors in 

Economics (February) 
AL\rtha Jean Henley (August) 
Noel John Hershey (February) 
Herbert Lufbury Howe (October) 
Emily Josephine Hoyt (February) 
Charles Everett Hundley (October) 
Carl Ireneus, Jr. (August) 
Harold Edward Jaeger (August) 
Fred Lee Johnston (February) 
Charles Katek, with Honors in 

History (February) 
Gertrude Graham Kendall 

(February) 
Merno King (February) 
Albert Harm Kleen (October) 
Mary Catherine Lindsay (February) 
Delbert William Loos (February) 
Edward Henry McGinnis (February) 
Florence Elizabeth Martin, with 

Honors in Psychology (February) 
Bernard Cornelius Mayberry 

(October) 
Harry Amos Mayhew (October) 
Mildred Claire Mercereau 

(February) 
London George Middleton (October) 
Ignatius Daniel Milenski 

(February) 
Doris Louise Morrow (October) 
Robert Marion O'Neil (February) 
Margaret Bordner Osborn, with 

Honors in English (February) 
May Anne Parsons, with Honors in 

French (August) 
Alan Stanley Peirce (February) 
Olive Josephine Pfander (October) 
Alice Rowena Powell (October) 
William Lockhart Pownall 

(February) 
Franklin Frederick Premuda 

(October) 



The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 



39 



Joseph C. Rafilsox (October) 
Flora Lee Ramsey (October) 
Clifford Finley Reid (August) 
Joseph Rich (October) 
William Richards, with Honors in 

English (October) 
Joseph Newton Rodeheaver, Jr. 

(February) 
Louis Sands Rodger (February) 
Willard Charles Russell (August) 
Vanda Bliss Savage (October) 
Helen Nancy Schoonover (October) 
Henry Nuckolls Schumacher 

(October) 
Albert Louis Seidel (February) 
Edward Howard Silverman 

(February) 
Milton Singer (February) 
Dorothy Mae Sizer (August) 
Roger Ross Sparks (October) 
Robert Dale Stein (October) 
Seymour Stein (August) 
Ethel Stevens, with Honors in 

Mathematics (February) 



Elbert Hoover Stiff (February) 
Dorothy Albertina Stuber 

(February) 
Ruth Snyder Summers, with Honors 

in German (February) 
Clarence Wilbur Thomas (February) 
Ralph McIlduff Thompson 

(February) 
Russell James Turney (August) 
Marion Waiss (February) 
Mary Josephine Wallace (February) 
Jerome Walz (February) 
Emmet Morley Webb (February) 
Ellen Frances White (February) 
Harry Mansfield Wienman 

(February) 
Martha Righter Willman, with 

High Honors in History 

(February) 
JUANiTA Ruth Wilson (February) 
Warren Lindsay Wood (October) 



The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Walter Anton Carlson (October) 
James Martin Cross (October) 
Mary Ann Martha Dixon (October) 
Jerome Greenblau (October) 



Paul Edward Grotts (February) 
Louis C McCabe (October) 
Rose Schulman (February) 
Max Paul Staley (October) 



In Chemical Engineering 



Har\^y Erling Berg (August) 
^IiLTON Alonzo Dewey (August) 



Cyril Joseph Heintz (October) 
Edward Vacherlon (October) 



Ralph Isadore Dorfmak, with Honors 
(February) 



In Chemistry 

Curtis Erdmund Meyer (October) 



The College of Commerce and Business 
Administration 



The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Accountancy 



Arlent: Josephine Beck (October) 
Robert Darrel Bothwell (August) 
Harvey Hallberg Corydon (October) 
Alva Lester Fry (August) 
Charles Joseph Jones (October) 



Julius P Joseph, with Honors 

(February) 
Arthur Setrak Samoore (August) 
Henry William Schmidt (February) 
Alvin Welcher (February) 



40 



Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commeticement 



In Banking and Finance 



Elden William Richard Brashaw 

(February) 
Clement Richard Burkhart (August) 
Donald Robert Kendall (February) 



Della Curtistina Settles (October) 
Richard Howard Simpson (August) 
Hazen Solomon Whalin (February) 



In Commerce and Law 



Junius Paul Califf (February) 
Chester Milton Carson (February) 



Robert John Johnston (October) 



In Foreign Commerce 



Wyman Rutherford Eccles (August) 
Richard Lester Johnson, with 
Honors (February) 



Herbert Bernard Eckenfels Stone 
(August) 



In General Business 



Harold Lycurgus Baldwin (August) 
Jack Olinger Baldwin (August) 
Walter Burdick Booth (February) 
Ronald Mark Brown (August) 
Eugene Edwin Brull (February) 
Joseph James Cerny (October) 
Edward Warren Clendenin (August) 
Robert Petronius Cornelius 

(October) 
Janet Firchau (February) 
William Ridgway Fletcher (August) 
Sister Mary Michael Flynn 

(October) 
Gilbert Geller (October) 
Edward Everett Groves (February) 
Lawrence Bruce Huston (August) 
Charles Harliss Johnson (October) 
George Preston Kendall (August) 
Robert Lalumier Klaus (October) 
Hsien-Chang Ling (October) 
Raymond Anton Lohr (February) 
Gertrude Lillian Luer (February) 
Clyde William Lyon (October) 



Wayne Linton McMillen, with 

High Honors (February) 
Ralph Lane Mabry (October) 
Don Alonzo Mathews (October) 
Charles Vincent Mount (August) 
Morgan Ochsenschlager (August) 
Donald Bruce Piety (February) 
Walter Wolfe Rainer (February) 
Ernest Norman Rubel, Jr. (October) 
John Julius Schmidt (February) 
John Clarence Schuller (February) 
Benjamin Max Sherman (October) 
Burnham Page Spann (August) 
Robert Flack Steenstrup (February) 
Cecil Edward Swinehart (February) 
George Owen Taylor (February) 
John Junior Thornborrow, with 

Honors (February) 
Pen-Ching Tiao (February) 
John Daniel Tlhte (February) 
George Philip Wagner, Jr. (August) 
Ching Hsien Wang (February) 
Robert Allan Wood (August) 



In Industrial Administration 



John Lawson Clay (February) 
Carl Gustaf Quentin Danielson 

(February) 
Clarence Theodore Dreschel 

(August) 
Robert Sheridan Haldeman, Jr. 

(October) 



Donald Herman Herzberg (February) 
John Rochester Ramey (February) 
Orville Davis Thompson (February) 
Lester Holth Thorson (February) 
Harold Clayton Vance (February) 



In Accountancy and Banking and Finance 

Robert Nord Fagerburg (October) Samuel William McWilliams 

(October) 



The College of Engineering 



41 



The College of Engineering 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Architectural Engineering 
A'ernie Clifford Swanson (October) 

In Architecture 
Everett Bernard Hulsebus (October) 

In Civil Engineering 



Ralph Raymond Bartelsmeyer 

(Februar}') 
William Bellman Cott (February) 
Henry Carl Lane (October) 
Harry Richard Libner (February) 
Harold A Low (February) 



Rudolph Agaton Monson (February) 
Donald Clay AIoore (February) 
Hans Fetter Pettersen (October) 
Donald Gregg Radcliffe (February) 
Edwin Frank Steeve (October) 
Kenneth Everett Tripp (October) 



In Electrical Engineering 



Howard Francis Brown (October) 
Roy Fred Karnuth (October) 
Charles John Kavlock (February) 
Cecil Harold Lanham (February) 



Paul George Pelnar (October) 
Everett Joseph Raushenberger 

(October) 
Raymond Gillette Wells (February) 



In Mechanical Engineering 



Wln'fred Emil Frankenfeld 

(February) 
Frank Edward Hangs (February) 
William Lowell Huber (February) 
Alois Krsek (February) 
Arthur Palt. Larson (February) 



Delphin Murry Lee (February) 
Albert Emile Perret (October) 
Maynard Stanley Peterson 

(February) 
Henry Edward Shugars (October) 
Russell Clair Williams (February) 



The College of Agriculture 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Agriculture 



Webster Beryl Barthelemy, with 

Honors (February) 
Wilbur Calvin Brokaw (February) 
Lloyd Sumner Burdick (February) 
George Willis Corney (February) 
Francis Griesbaum Edwards 

(February) 
John Harry Gilby (February) 
Lloyd David Graham (October) 
JusTA George Kltbler (February) 



MiLO Anderson Loomis (February) 
Carl Theo Lycan (February) 
Joseph AIacri (February) 
Theodore Pierce (February) 
Leonard Louis Poland (February) 
Walton Wood Rose (February) 
John William Sedlack (October) 
TsuNG Tung Tsui (October) 
Glenn William Vandervoort 
(February) 



In Floriculture 
William Paul Kiffmeyer (February) 



42 Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 

In Home Economics 

Sarah Irene Jacobs (October) Ruth Lois Villars (October) 

Margaret Barbara Jones (February) Mary Loy Weaver (August) 
Genevieve Robinson (October) 

The College of Law 
The Degree of Doctor of Law 

Roy Martin Asher, A.B., 1929, with Honors (August) 

Edward Waite Cleary, A.B., Illinois College, 1929, with High Honors (February) 

Joseph Guandolo, A.B., McKendree College, 1928, with Honors (August) 

The Degree of Bachelor of Laws 

William Edward Anderle (February) 
Glen Ernest Chapman (February) 
Ivan Jerome Hutchens (August) 
Harold Clyde Jones (February) 
Frederic James Lee (October) 
James Edward Lonergan (February) 
Fred McCollum, Jr. (February) 
William Bruce Maske, Jr. (August) 
Glenn Earl Miller (August) 
Harry La Verne Pate (August) 
Donald Maxwell Reno (August) 
James Gordon Sargent (August) 
Lloyd Allan Watt (October) 



The Library School 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science in Library Science 

IMaud Merritt Cook, A.B., Louisiana State University, 1929, with Honors 

(August) 
CoRiNNE Malinda Lindqltist, A.B., Baylor University, 1927 (August) 
Alice Dorothy McDonald, B.S., Kansas State Teachers College, 1924 (August) 
Blanche Brown McKeown, A.B., Mississippi State College for Women, 1929 

(August) 
Sister Mary Annette Renger, A.B., Catholic University of America, 1919, with 

Honors (August) 
Sister Mary De Lourdes Rohret, A.M., Creighton University, 1928 (August) 
Uryth Margaret Winchell, A.B., 1930 (August) 



The College of Education 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Education 

Violette Thelma Abramo (February) Nellie DeLillian Bond (October) 
Herman Chris Ahrens (February) Kirby Lee Brawner (October) 

Herbert Sessions Arnold (February) Walter Eugene Brinn, Jr. ((Dctober) 



The College of Education 



43 



Bernice Lillian Burroughs (October) 
SoTERO Cacanindin (October) 
Raymond Clark Carson (October) 
Harold Ullrich Challand (October) 
Margaret Eva Chynoweth (October) 
GuNNAR Steven Clason (Februar>') 
Walter Ervin Collins (February) 
Rose Margaret Crunican (October) 
Dorothy Genevieve Dixon (October) 
Florence Kathryn Dohney (August) 
Alberta Blanche Fox (October) 
Glendora Mae Francart (February) 
Theodore Casper Hesmer (October) 
Sara Frances Hewitt (February) 
William Hoff (February) 
Florence ^Iargaret Holstlaw 

(October) 
Franklin Samuel Hunsaker 

(October) 
Martha Frances Huse (February) 
Doris Eleanor Jack (October) 
Marie Margaret Jensen (February) 
Janice Juergensen (October) 
Dorothy Mildred Kanitz (February) 
James Fred Karber, with Honors in 

History (October) 
Howard Emmett Kasch (October) 
John Ralph Keith (October) 
LoRENE Esther Laingor (October) 
George Alfred Leech (February) 
Florence Leibovitz (October) 
Virginia Lipscomb (August) 
Alese Vivian Logan (August) 
Neva Nadine Gish ^[cAdam 

(August) 



Verne Alexander IMcDermont 

(October) 
Herbert Blair McIntire (October) 
James Hugh INL^llett (August) 
Alberta Slaten IMareing (February) 
^L-vttie Puitchard Miles (October) 
Robert Scott Murdock (February) 
Claud Verne AIyers (August) 
Sidney Novak (August) 
Florence Mary O'Donnell 

(February) 
Robert Reginald Page (October) 
Marian Elizabeth Partlow 

(February) 
Eunice Rose Pecival (October) 
Arthur Clarence Pierson (February) 
Louis Rabe (October) 
Alvin Miner Randles (February) 
Nelle Kenney Ravr (October) 
William Henry Riggs (October) 
George Albert Shannon (October) 
Mae Streitmatter (February) 
Gaylord Don Tate (October) 
Irene Thurber Thielen (February) 
Gerald Yates Trimble (October) 
Harriet Lyon Van Arsdell 

(October) 
Mira B Voelkel (October) 
Sumner Gibson Webb (October) 
Helen Irene Webber (August) 
Elmer T Wilson (October) 
Falodene Winters (October) 
Frank Flonian Zelip (February) 



In Agricultural Education 
Clarence Palt, Markley (February) 



In Home Economics Education 



Vera Marie Butler (February) 
LiLA Lillian Merritt (February) 



Grace Ellen Miller (February) 
Ruth Elizabeth Rowe (February) 



In Industrial Education 
Marshal Glick Gibbs (February) 

In Music Education 

Clara Jane Dippell (October) Beulah Marie Hey (February) 

Dorothy Lillian Drews (October) Martha Adelaide Meier Morris 

Ursula Barbara Hampel (October) (February) 



In Physical Education 
John Clifford Evans (February) 



44 Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 

The School of Journalism 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Journalism 

Bernice Hope Cranston (August) Robert Wokthington Thomas, Jr. 

Charles Bernard Ehnborn (October) (February) 

The College of Fine and Applied Arts 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Architectural Engineering 
Arthur Manning AIcLeod (February) 

In Architecture 
Arthur Temple (FebruarjO 

The Graduate School 

The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Chemistry 

Herbert Edmund Carter, A.B., DePauw University, 1930 (October) 
Howard Denton Cogan, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1929 (February) 
Ellsworth Knowlton Ellingboe, A.B., Lawrence College, 1930 (February) 
Lester William Smith, A.B., Albion College, 1926 (October) 
Louis George Veler, B.S., Bowling Green State Normal School, 1928 (August) 
Charles Frank Woodward, A.B., Lawrence College, 1930 (February) 

In Classics 

Sarah Margaret Rebman, A.B., Ottawa University, 1918 (October) 
Grace Purviance Thomas, A.B., Knox College, 1909 (August) 

In Economics 

Thor William Bruce, A.B., Lawrence College, 1923 (October) 

Gordon Davidson Bryan, A.B., 1930 (October) 

James Arthur Coble, A.B., 1930 (October) 

William Ashton Kerr, A.B., College of the City of Detroit, 1930 (February) 

Glen Earl Long, B.S., 1925 (February) 

Alice Theresa Wall, B.S., 1929 (October) 

Forest Livings Whan, B.S., Kansas State Agricultural College, 1928 (August) 

Ying Wu, A.B., Shanghai Baptist College, 1928 (February) 

In Education 

Georgia Fiock Adams, A.B., 1926 (October) 
Bayard Garfield Alps, A.B., Colorado College, 1920 (October) 
Harry Drake Anderson, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1925 
(February) 



The Graduate School 45 



Joseph Victor Axelson, A.B., Wheaton College, 1925 (October) 

Sadie Ruth Boyce, A.B., 1925 (February) 

Ruth Alberta Broom, A.B., 1928 (February) 

Ray DeWitt Brummett, B.S., 1924 (October) 

Joseph Bruce Buckler, A.B., 1918 (August) 

Kenneth Davis Cable, A.B., Cornell College, 1923 (August) 

Ruby Lillian Crume, A.B., Georgetown College, 1921 (February) 

Edward Ancel Curry, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1926 (August) 

Leigh Vivian Finley, B.S., University of Missouri, 1918 (October) 

Erwin Ernst Hake, A.B., AIcKendree College, 1929 (August) 

Vesta We.wer Haynes, A.B., 1921 (August) 

WiLLARD Riley Hensox, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Teachers College, 1925 ; 

B.S., 1929 (February) 
Walter Bertram Hughes, B.S., 1929 (October) 
Ralph William Jackson, B.S., 1920 (October) 

William Thomas Jacques, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1927 (February) 
Doris Selma Klein, A.B., Augustana College, 1930 (August) 
Mildred James Kuntz, A.B., 1926 (October) 

Harry Howard Lees, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1926 (February) 
Lena Mae Lees, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1926 (February) 
Kenneth Leo Letsinger, A.B., Wabash College, 1923 (February) 
William Renwick Lower, A.B., Aluskingum College, 1909 (October) 
King James McCristal, A.B., 1929 (August) 
Mamie Teresa McGrath, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1924 

(August) 
Marshall Atkinson Newnum, A.B., Indiana University, 1925 (October) 
Elmer Victor Nickel, A.B., Illinois College, 1923 (August) 
Susie E Ogden, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1929 

(October) 
Dale Herbert Parkerson, A.B., DePauw University, 1926 (August) 
Walter Scott Renner, B.S., 1925 (October) 

Chester Arthur Rumble, B.S.. Oakland City College, 1916 (August) 
Thomas Bernhardt Smith, A.B., Illinois College, 1924 (August) 
Dorothy Lillian Stahmer, A.B., Carleton College, 1926 (February) 
John Johnson Swinney, A.B., William Jewell College, 1920 (October) 
Franklin Cr.\mer Thomas. A.B., Alt. Morris College, 1925 (August) 
Homer Charles Torreyson, A.B., Hedding College, 1922 (October) 
Amy W. Turrell, A.B., Colorado State Teachers College, 1915 (October) 
Allen Charles Tyler, B.S., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1926 (October) 
Harriett Eliz.^beth Lyon Van Arsdell, B.Mus., 1928 (October) 
Arbon Read Wetzel, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1925 

(October) 
Chester Wickliffe, A.B., University of Arizona, 1927 (August) 
Joseph Morton Wooddell, B.S., Ohio University, 1926 (October) 
Abraham Wright, Ph.B., Shnrtleff College, 1921 (October) 

Ix English 

LouDENE Anderson, A.B., 1922 (August) 

Catherine Stillman Cossum, Ph.B., Shurtleft' College, 1930 (October) 

Llo\T) Rollan DeWitt, A.B., 1925 (October) 

Mabel Louise Falberg, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1926 

(October) 
Hilda Mae Forrest, A.B., Western Kentucky State Teachers College, 1929 

(October) 
Julia Himlin Henninger, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1922 (February) 
Sister Mary Chrysantha Hoefling, A.B., DePaul University, 1924 (August) 
Zelma Large Houser, A.B., 191 1 (October) 
ALLUDE Marie Leonard, A.B., Eureka College, 1921 (February) 
Earl Norton Lockard, A.B., 1926 (February) 
Carl Shelpon McClain, A.B., Olivet College, 1923 (February) 



46 Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 

Bernice Louise Marshall, A.B., 1925 (August) 

Mildred Alice Martin, A.B., 1929 (October) 

Charles Neely, Jr., B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1927 

(October) 
Jacob Silas Slovic, A.B., 1931 (February) 

John Allan Smith, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1927 (February) 
Maurine Joyce Smith, A.B., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 (October) 
Esther Elizabeth Sundberg, A.B., Gustavus Adolphus College, 1920 (August) 
Marion Waggoner, A.B., 1922 (October) 
Sister Mary Evelyn Walsh, Ph.B., St. Xavier College, 1925 (October) 

In Geology 

Charles Roosevelt Clark, A.B., 1926 (February) 

Clarence Burt Odell, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 (August) 

In German 

Marie Frances Seeber, A.B., 1930 (October) 

Rudolf Gotthelf Voigt, University of Leipzig, 1922 (February) 

In History 

Iris Gertrude Bailey, A.B., Illinois Woman's College, 1930 (October) 
Karl Christian Dod, A.B., 1930 (October) 
Weldon Maurice Hadaway, A.B., 1930 (October) 
Ruth Eleanor Hested, A.B., Rockford College, 1930 (August) 
Glenna Lucile James, A.B., Defiance College, 1924 (August) 
Sister AL\ry Gilbert Kelly, O.P., A.B., Rosary College, 1925 (August) 
Helen Katherine Kerr, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1924; B.Ed., Illi- 
nois State Normal University, 1926 (October) 
Joseph McAdam, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1928 (October) 
Evelyn Louise Steketee, A.B., Hope College, 1930 (October) 
Helen Joan Tobias, A.B., 1930 (August) 
Louis Unfer, B.S., Kirksville State Teachers College, 1920; M.S., 1929 (August) 

In Home Economics 
Florence Margaret Roy, A.B., 1930 (October) 

In Library Science 

Arthur Eric Gropp, B.S., Kansas State Teachers College, 1927; B.S., 1930 

(August) 
James Ratliff Gulledge, A.B., Trinity College (Durham, N. C), 1915 

(February) 
Margaret Oldfather, A.B., B.S. (Lib.), 1926, 1927 (February) 
Gladys Ford Pratt, A.B., Mt. Holyoke College, 1914 (October) 
Lucile Elizabeth Wilcox, B.S., 1923 (August) 
Sara AIetella Williams, B.S., Kansas State Teachers College, 1927; B.S. (Lib.), 

1930 (August) 

In Mathematics 

Henry Carlton Ahalt, B.S., E.E., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1923, 1925 

(October) 
Sadie Evalyn Clapper, A.B., State University of low^a, 1920 (August) 
Sister AIary Reginald Durick, A.B., St. Clara College, 1921 (August) 
Walter Philip Heinzmann, A.B., DePauw University, 1925 (August) 
Eva Mae Lynch, A.B., Indiana Central College, 1928 (August) 
Grace Lee McClelland, A.B., 1926 (October) 



TJic Graduate School 47 



In Physics 

Clyde Truman McCormick, A.B., 1930 (February) 

Watt Myers, Jr., A.B., North Central College, 1930 (October) 

Robert Thompson Young, Jr., A.B., University of Alontana, 1930 (February) 

In Political Science 

Boris Glushitski Alexander, Ph.B., Shurtleff College, 1929 (August) 

Mary Ann Held, A.B., 1928 (August) 

Blake Smith Root, B.S., Monmouth College, 1927 (August) 

In Psychology 
Glen Finch, A.B., DePauw University, 1930 (October) 

In Romance Languages 

Helen Cleaver, A.B., Eureka College, 1928 (February) 

Margaret Adela Condon, B.S., 1920 (October) 

Lena Virginia Hanna, A.B., Culver-Stockton College, 1925 (August) 

Leon Louis AIayeur, A.B., West Virginia University, 1929 (August) 

John Herbert Utley, A.B., Indiana University, 1926 (October) 

^IILDRED Louise Woodworth, A.B., Indiana University, 1928 (August) 

In Sociology 

Dena LuVerne McMackin, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 
(August) 

In Transportation 

John Chia Shan Lee, A.B., Peking National University, 1925; Ph.B., Alilton 
College, 1930 (August) 



The Degree of Master of Science 

In Accountancy 

Frank Hedrick Allen, B.S., 1930 (August) 
Donald Lyle Dieterle, B.S., 1930 (August) 
Clive Fleeming Dunham, B.S., 1929 (August) 
Rexford Clark Parmelee, B.S., 1930 (August) 
William Harry Stout, B.S., 1930 (October) 

In Agronomy 

David Olin Carter, B.S., University of Missouri, 1930 (August) 

Merl Franklin Hershberger, B.S., University of Maryland, 1929 (August) 

In Architecture 

Donald Post Ayres, B.S., 1929 (February) 
Rowland Rathbun, B.S., 1928 (October) 

In Astronomy 
Robert Bly Arnold, B.S., Case School of Applied Science, 1930 (August) 

In Business Organization and Operation 
Edward Brewster Freeland, B.S., 1931 (February) 



48 Degrees Conferred Since the Last Coniniencement 

In Chemistry 

James Wilber Bird, A.B., 1930 (October) 

Roy Parkinson Bohannon, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1927 

(August) 
Paul Franklin Cundy, A.B., 1930 (February) 
Vera Arrietta Conard, A.B., 1928 (August) 

Jane Ann Conibear, B.S., Florida State College for Women, 1929 (August) 
John Lester Gabby, A.B., 1930 (October) 
Carlin Frary Gibbs, B.S., Knox College, 1930 (February) 
Max Theodore John C^oebel, A.B., 1928 (February) 

Helen Jane Gurley, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan Universitj', 1928 (February) 
T Melville Hess, B.S., Monmouth College, 1930 (August) 
Arnold John Hoffman, B.S., Eureka College, 1930 (February) 
Bernard Lars Johnson, B.S., Purdue University, 1928 (August) 
Richard Marston Lawrence, B.S., University of California, 1926 (October) 
Richard Hugh McCoy, A.B., Earlham College, 1929 (August) 
Allan Hamilton Macmillan, B.S., University of Denver, 1929 (August) 
John Orion Page, B.S., University of Rochester, 1927 (August) 
David Jordan Porter, B.S., 1930 (August) 
Henry Rauch, B.S., 1931 (February) 

Ellis Henry Reich, A.B., Illinois College, 1929 (February) 
Lydia Mary Scholfield, B.S., 1928 (August) 

In Civil Engineering 

Henry Elbert Dew, B.S., Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1929 

(October) 
Charles Cyrus Fishburn, B.C.E., University of Cincinnati, 1916 (February) 
Wilfred Main Honour, B.S., Georgia School of Technology, 1929 (February) 
Frank Whitworth Stubbs, Jr., B.S., C.E., University of Colorado, 1921, 1926 

(February) 
Edward W. Suppiger, B.S., 1928 (February) 

In Economics 

Frank Herman Beach, A.B., 1916 (August) 
Herbert Walker Craig, Jr., A.B., 1928 (October) 
Ruth Crawford Freeman, A.B., 1913 (August) 
John Anthony Herrmann, B.S., Purdue University, 1930 (August) 
Malcolm Farnsworth Heslip, B.S., 1923 (February) 
John George Leisenring, B.S., 1930 (August) 
Robert Wallace Mayer, B.S., 1930 (October) 
Jesse Taylor Palmer, B.S., 1928 (August) 
Mollie Fannie Sacks, B.S., 1930 (February) 
Barent Springsted, Jr., B.S., 1930 (October) 

Oswalt Vopelius, Diploma, University of Gottingen, 1925 ; D.Agr., University 
of Berlin, 1929 (February) 

In Education 

Harry Drennan Allen, B.S., 1929 (August) 

Vern David Amacher, B.S., 1927 (August) 

Edwin Hester Arford, B.S., 1927 (October) 

Ruth Evaline Blackburn, B.S., 1925 (October) 

Wendell Eugene Cannon, B.S., 1928 (October) 

Florence Mary Cole, A.B., 1926 (August) 

Martha Wiley Duell, B.S., Oxford College, 1900 (February) 

Raphael Anthony Freehill, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1030 

(February) 
Mabel Rea Hagan, B.S., 1926 (August) 

Conrad French Hamilton, B.S., Franklin College, 1919 (October) 
Herbert Jay, B.S., 1926 (February) 



The Graduate School 49 



Harold Eugene Kenney, B.S., 1926 (February) 

Glenn Cline Law, B.S., 1926 (February) 

Mary Ruth LeMay, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1922 (October) 

Roy John Logan, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1931 (February) 

Cecil Willard Martin, A.B., Illinois College, 1927 (August) 

Henry Joseph Kuhs AIarx, B.S., 1923 (February) 

Joseph Leroy Picard, B.S., 1927 (October) 

Bert Lyndon Reeves, B.S., 1926 (October) 

William Robert Reich, B.S., 1922 (February) 

Martha Anne Roberts, B.S., 1928 (October) 

Harley J Seybold, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 (August) 

E.A.RL Charles Seyler, B.S., 1929 (August) 

Emry Seldon Simmonds, B.S., 1923 (October) 

Ethel Wentz Smith, B.S., 1926 (August) 

Herman Asa Sparr, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Teachers College, 1923 

(August) 
Frank P. Tillman, A.B., University of Missouri, 1913 (October) 
William Jackson Treece, B.S., 1928 (February) 
Clarence Emory Vance, B.S., 1925 (October) 
Wesley Theodore Wooley, B.S., 1928 (February) 

In Electrical Engineering 
Gordon Standish Marvin, B.S., 1930 (October) 

In Entomology 

Peter Tsing-han Li, B.S., 1931 (February) 

Lee Hill Townsend, B.S., University of Virginia, 1925 (February) 

In Farm Organization and Management 

Seigel Alvin Anderson, B.S., 1927 (October) 

Dale Clarke Kieffer, B.S., Michigan State College, 1930 (October) 

Russell Groves Trummel, B.S., 1925 (October) 

In Home Economics 
Anna Emeline Williams, A.B., DePauw University, 1929 (October) 

In Horticulture 
Louis Ralph Bryant, A.B., 1931 (February) 

In Mathematics 

Emmert Denzill Hilderbrand, A.B., Franklin College, 1915 (October) 

Minnie Ellen Huser, B.S., 1925 (August) 

Velma Myrtle Magill, B.S., 1929 (August) 

Clarice Edna Van Hook, B.S., Earlham College, 1926 (August) 

In Physics 

Benjamin Ferris Carter, B.S., Beloit College, 1930 (October) 

Richard Kaufman Cook, B.S., 1931 (February) 

Ju Wei Shih, B.S., National Central University, 1925 (August) 

Rolland Clark Wagner, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Teachers College, 1927 

(February) 
Samuel George Weissberg, B.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1930 (February) 

In Railmay Engineering 
Chi-Hsien Ts.\o, B.S., Northwestern University, 1929 (February) 



50 Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 

In Sociology 
Ruth Frances Pecival, B.S., 1931 (August) 

In Transportation 

Chuan Shu Liu, B.S., Chiao Tung University, 1924 (February) 
Harrison Read Miner, B.S., 1930 (February) 

In Zoology 

Arthur Dewey Buck, B.S., East Central State Teachers College (Ada, Okla.), 

1928 (August) 
John Sevier Dolley, B.S., McKendree College, 1930 (October) 



The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 
Conferred in February, 1932 

In Animal Husbandry 

Lawrence Clifford Thomas, B.S., Ottawa University, 1919, M.S., Kansas State 
Agricultural College, 1926. Fertility and oestrum in the rat. 

In Chemistry 

Darrell Althausen, B.S., University of Oklahoma, 1926. Rearrangements of 
hexa-substituted acetylenic ethanes. 

William Lawrence Faith, B.S., University of Maryland, 1928; M.S., 1929. 
Catalytic partial oxidation of alcohols in the vapor phase. 

Leonore Beatrice Hollander, B.A., Bryn Mawr College, 1926; A.M., 1929. The 
chemistry and metabolism of cystine. 

Donald Durand Peirce, B.A., Oberlin College, 1923; A.M., 1929. The separa- 
tion of columbium and tantalum and other rare elements. 

Roger Spencer Sweet, B.A., M.A., University of Denver, 1927, 1928. The re- 
duction of acetylenic carbinols with titanium trichloride. 

In Economics 

Edward Frederick Nickoley, A.B., A.M., 1898, 1915. A survey of economic 

conditions in Syria. 
Oren Leslie Whalin, B.S., M.S., 1918, 1925. Commercial red winter wheat of 

the Cornbelt: An economic study. 

In History 

Thomas Francis Cleary, A.B., St. Viator College, 1912. The history of the 
Catholic Church in Illinois from 1763 to 1844. 

Elmer Clarence Sandmeyer, A.B., Iowa Wesleyan College, 1917; B.D., Garrett 
Biblical Institute, 1918; A.]\I., 1924. The Anti-Chinese movement in Cali- 
fornia. 

In Romance Languages 

Sister Mary Const antia Fox, B.V.M., A.B., Mount Saint Joseph College, 1924; 

A.M., 1929. The Miracle and the Mystere in France in the last decade, 

1920- 1930. 
James Obed Swain, A.B., A.M., Indiana University, 1921, 1923. Vicente Blasco 

Ibanez — Exponent of Realism. 



The College of Medicine 51 

In Zoology 

Benjamin Harvey Hill, A.B., M.S., Texas Christian University, 1921, 1925. 

The development of the thymus and thyroid glands in Ainia calva. 
WiLLARD Francis Stanley, A.B., North Central College, 1927; A.M., 1928. The 

effect of temperature upon wing size in Drosophila. 



The College of Medicine 
The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Medicine 

Bruce Ned Balding (February) Robert McCune, Jr. (February) 

Maurice Loren Becker (February) Meyer Benjamin Marks (February) 

Harry S Bezman (October) Harry Dudley Miller (February) 

Alexander Oscar Birgerson Alfred Nefsky (October) 

(February) Adward Edgar Seidmon (February) 

Fr.\ncis Anthony Cirrincione Fred William Seymour (February) 

(October) Willard Edwin Shinglman 
Casimir Demski (February) (October) 

Helen Octavia Dickens (February) Sol Singer (February) 

Howard George Diesner (February) Joseph B Teton (February) 

Sam Sigmund Gittlestein (October) Frank B Voris (February) 

Sam Holtzman (February) Joseph Monroe Walker (February) 

Elbert Kenneth Lewis (February) Solomon Carl Werch (February) 

Samuel J Lipnitsky (February) Irving Ziedman (February) 

The Certificate in Medicine 

Jackson Bernard Dismukes Frank L Quillman (February) 

(February) Edward Ross (February) 



The Degree of Doctor of Medicine 

Abel Cornelius Anthony, B.S., 1930 (October 17, 1931) 

David Merton Banen, B.S., 1928 (January i, 1932) 

Roger Brandt Coglon (July i, 1931) 

Jerome Gordon Finder, B.S., M.S., 1928, 1930 (January i, 1932) 

Leo Gameerg (August i, 1931) 

Joseph Janofsky, B.S., 1928 (January i, 1932) 

Irving Edward Kaveney, B.S., University of South Dakota, 1928 (September i, 

193 1 ) 
Lyle Burnside Knight, A.B., University of South Dakota, 1928 (July i, 193O 
David Herman Lando, B.S., University of Iowa, 1928 (September i, 1931) 
Samuel Levine (January 18, 1932) 
James Wileer ]\Ioreland (December i, 1931) 
Louis Phillips (October 13, 1931) 

Frank Joseph Piszkiewicz, B.S., 1928 (January i, 1932) 
Henry Abraham Siegel, B.S., 1929 (January i, 1932) 
Abraham Simon, B.S., 1928 (January i, 1932) 
Frederick Steigm.\nn, B.S., 1928 (January i, 1932) 
Clifford Patrick Sullivan, B.S., 1929 (January i, 1932) 
Janet Campbell Thayer, B.S., M.S., 1924, 1930 (January i, 1932) 
Martin Jerome Urist (January i, 1932) 
Louis Stephen Varzino, B.S., 1928 (January i, 1932) 
Waldo Waite Wynekoop, B.S., 1928 (January i, 1932) 



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Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 



The College of Dentistry 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



James Gagnon (October) 



The Degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery 



Bruce Hendric Alleyne (February) 
William Chasan (October) 
James De Biase (October) 
Andrew Charles Godwin (February) 
William Joseph Hogan (February) 
Norman Preston Johnson 
(February) 



Edward John Osowski (February) 
Donald Edgar Riedl (February) 
Thaddeus Sakowski (October) 
Charles Sarsoun (October) 
Allen Shirley (October) 
Margarita Ester Ulloa (February) 



The School of Pharmacy 

The Degree of Pharmaceutical Chemist 
Conferred in February, 1932 



Samuel Cohen 
Loretta Beatrice DeTrana 
Sidney Horace Dworkin 
Carl Lester Fridkin 
Benjamin M Friedland 
Edward J Friedman 
Joseph Bernard Katz 
Lloyd Harold Kortum 



Percy Elmer McClellan 

Elmer Miller 

Nicholas Edward Miraglia 

Spencer Stanley Nelson 

Erwin Albert Nepil 

Jerome David Pauker 

Manuel Rosen 

Thaddeus Frank Wesolowski 



The Graduate School 

(DEGREES CONFERRED IN CHICAGO) 

The Degree of Master of Arts 
In Psychology 

Ralph R. Brown, A.B., Ohio University, 1931 (February) 

Margie Elizabeth Francis, A.B., 1930 (February) 

Helen Elizabeth Sanderson, A.B., Smith College, 1930 (February) 

Zelda Harriet Shapiro, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1930 (February) 



The Degree of Master of Science 

In Bacteriology 

Catherine Virginia Fisher, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1929 (August) 
George Shropshear, B.S., 1929 (August) 



The Graduate School 53 



In Pathology 

Paul Hurwitz, B.S., 1930 (February) 

Karl William Schlegel, B.S., 1929 (August) 

In Pharmacology 

William Clay Dine, Jr., B.S., 1930 (October) 
Virgil Arnett Gant, B.S., 1921 (February) 

In Physiological Chemistry 
Esther Florence Teeters, A.B., Tri-State College, 1920; A.B., 1925 (October) 

In Surgery 

Harold Irving Meyer, A.B., B.S., 1919, 1920 ; M.D., Rush Medical College, 1923 
(February) 



Commissions Presented May 26, 1932 



Commissions as Lieutenants, Officers' Reserve Corps, 

United States Army, and as Brevet Captains, 

Illinois National Guard 



Myron Francis Addison 
Ralph Curtis Anderson 
Robert Adams Bagley 
Arthur Charles Bass 
Richard Barker Bean 
Charles Virgil Bell 
George Raymond Berry 
WiLMOT Irvin Bidner, Jr. 
Robert Ashley Blakeney 
Frank Ed Brence 
Henry Hanna Brigham 
John Algernon Broom, Jr. 
John Richard Carpenter 
Wayne Stewart Carver 
Robert Pleasant Cothern, Jr. 
QuiNTiN Jerome Crawford 
Malcolm Richard Derby 
William John Derksen, Jr. 
Wallace Voight Dorris 
Wilbur Harlan Dowell 
Franklin John Dvorak 
Karl Fred Eklund 
Robert Francis Elrick 
Gilbert Howard Erb 
Roy Elias Etnyre 
Philip James Fahs 
Robert Mann Faris 
David Gordon Fithian 
Theodore Bartley Forbes 
Warren Ellsworth Fox 
Herbert Lehman Garrison 
Harry Paul Goldman 
Roy Nathaniel Green 
Frederick William Haake 
Allen Edward Haberle 
William Edward Hall 
Harold Winford Hannah 
Lawrence Ness Hansen 
Frank Corwin Hawkins 
Bertram Wright Hoare 
Glenn Edward Hodges 
Francis Leroy Hollow ay 
Howard Deerson Holzman 
Laurence Arthur Hubbard 
William Perry Jones, Jr. 
George Edwin Keck 



Elbert Cyrus King 
Evron Maurice Kirkpatrick 
Arthur William Kowitz 
Lester Eugene Kuni 
Dale Bateman Lawrence 
Alexander Louis Levy, Jr. 
William Theodore Loblaw 
Harold Rudy Long 
Harry Francis Lovell 
Robert Clanahan MacClinchie 
John Martin McCormick 
Paul Kistler MacDonald 
Harry Nelson McLaughlin 
Harold Robert McNally 
Charles Arthur Minot 
Parke Davies Morgan 
Stanley Newton Murphy 
John Marshall Nash 
Richard Stephen Nelle 
Christy Maxwell Nicely' 
Vincent Frederick Nightingale 
Joseph Hayes Paden 
Thomas Reilly Parker 
Robert William Podlesak 
Raymond Lyle Porter 
Clement Edward Pritz 
John Emmerson Renz 
Clarence Floyd Rogier 
Robert Lee Rosbe 
Henry Byron Rothenberg 
Thurston James Ruddy 
Edward Joseph Sand 
Frederick Albert Schnell 
Russell Fred Scott 
Norbert John Seider 
Roger Thomas Steers 
Robert Beckwith Stiven 
J(!hn Lester Swarner 
Beryl Shenk Taylor 
Leo Vincent Tockstein 
Milan Vydareny 
Henry August Wachter 
John LaFayette Waddell, Jr. 
Mervyn Hicks Warlow 
Robert Klinkert Williams 
Charles Norman Wish art 



Commissions Presented May 26, 1932 



55 



Commissions as Brevet Captains, 
Illinois National Guard 



Anton Keszycki 
Alwin Steinmayer Kolm 
Jean Edward Lattan 
Merritt West Matthews 
Lib Panichi 



DoRN LeRoy Pettit 
Charles Victor Wallrab 
Clark Webber 
Ray Renault Wood 
Eugene Joseph Yocom 



Prizes and Awards 



Allerton American Traveling Scholarships 
in Architecture 

Thaddeus John Glaza 
Henry Persson Tideman 

American Institute of Architects Medal 

Alvin Edward Grellinger 

Francis John Plym Fellowship in Architecture 

Charles T Masterson 

Plym Foreign Scholarship in Architectural 
Engineering 

James Elliott Branch 

Plym Prizes in Architectural Engineering 

First Prize: Lewis Fred Concklin 

Second Prize: William Wright Vanderkolk 

Third Prise: Sigfrid August Dahlstrom 

Plym Prize for Sketch Problems 

Henry Fersson Tideman 

Plym Prize for Summer Sketches 

Alvin Edward Grellinger 

Ricker Prizes in Architectural History 

First Prise: William Marshall Horowitz 
Second Prise: Thaddeus John Glaza 
Third Prise: John Erdman Ferry 

Scarab Medal in Architectural Engineering 

Frederick William Mast 

Scarab Medal in Architecture 

Anthony Del Bianco 

Alpha Rho Chi Medal in Architecture 

Fred William Salogga 

Edward L. Ryerson Traveling Fellowship 
in Architecture 

Alvin Edward Grellinger 



Prizes and Awards 57 



Edward L. Ryerson Traveling Fellowship 
in Landscape Architecture 
Ralph S Ellifrit 

Foundation for Architecture and Landscape 
Architecture 

Architecture Landscape Architecture 

AxvaN Edward Grellinger Ralph S Ellifrit 

Drb'er Bradshaw Lindsay Fred Haws Schumacher 

University Landscape Architecture Society 
Scholarship 

Fred Haws Schumacher 

Ira O. Baker Prizes in Civil Engineering 

First Prize: Joseph Benjamin Tiffany 
Second Prize: W^illiam Elvin Bohn 

Awards of the Central Illinois Section of the American 
Society of Civil Engineers 

Charles Wilbur Ennis William Julius Bobisch 

Edward Willis Baldwin 

Awards of the Illinois Section of the American 
Society of Civil Engineers 

Charles Udell Kring William Perry Jones 

Sigma Tan Medal in Engineering 

Frazer Rice Turrentine 

University Gold Medal in Military Science 
and Tactics 

Leo Herman Sams 

Hazelton Gold Medal in Military Science 
and Tactics 

^^ARIox Lee Milligan 

Cavalry Medal 

William John MacKenzie 

Signal Corps Medals 

Carl Willi? Bartling John Hill Bradish 

Field Artillery Trophies (Connor Cups) 

Robert William Elich Loren Scott Fraser 

Walter Nels Matthias 



58 Prises and Awards 



Phalanx Awards in Military Science and Tactics 

Louis French Alyea, Cavalry 
John Hill Bradish, Signal Corps 
Harold Herman Heinkel, Engineers 
Alexander Edward Lawson, Coast Artillery 
Floyd Frederick Nuhn, Field Artillery 
Ned John Potter, Infantry 

American Legion Awards in Military Science 
and Tactics 

Ralph Edward Bates, Engineers 

Lawrence Iden Fries, Infantry 

T Harold Glascock, Cavalry 

Ellington Douglas Golden, Field Artillery 

Achalis Mather Sutherland, Signal Corps 

Harold Anthony Wallace, Coast Artillery 

Alpha Zeta Cup in Agriculture 

AIorris Evans Paddick 

Gamma Sigma Delta Scholarship in Agriculture 

Lawrence Henry Simerl 

Beta Gamma Sigma Cup in Commerce 

Harris Wayne Aden 

Gamma Epsilon Pi Cup in Commerce 

Marie Frances Johnson 

English Poetry Prize 

First Place: Charles Harlen Chattuck and James Richard Phelan 

Second Place: Luke Creel 

Honorable Mention: Louis Edward Levitan 

Phi Beta Kappa Prize 

Robert Theodore Ittner 

Phi Eta Sigma Scholarship 

Olin Browder 

Sigma Delta Kappa Cup in Law 

George Arthur Fruit 

Mu Kappa Alpha Cup in Music 

Florence Beidelman 

Conference Medal for Excellence in Scholarship 
and Athletics 

Edward Frank Gbur 



Prizes and Azuards 59 



Alpha Chi Sigma Scholarship Plaque in Chemistry 

Richard Haven Wiley Victor Gerald Meadors 

Iota Sigma Pi Prize in Chemistry 

Betty Manxerixg 

Thrift Essay Prize 

Clark Lee Allen, AIcKendree College, Lebanon, Illinois 

Sigma Delta Chi Scholarship Awards 
in Journalism 

Mary Katherine Adams Elmira Ball O'Neal 

Bertha Marie Enger Dorothy Irene Posvic 

Elston David Herron James Andrew Shearer 






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THE nRR»RY OF THE 
JUN 1 4 1933 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



The Order of Exercises 



The Commencement Procession 



Prelude 

Grand March — The Crown of India Elgar 

Second Movement (Larghetto) from Symphony in E minor Francketti 

UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 
Albert Austin Harding, Director 



The Invocation 



The Reverend MARTIN S. BRYANT, A.M., B.D. 
University Baptist Church, Champaign 



The Commencement Address 

HARRY WOODBURN CHASE, Ph.D., L.H.D., LL.D. 

President of the University 



First Movement from Symphony in E minor Francketti 

The Conferring of Degrees 

THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY 

The Benediction 

The Reverend Mr. BRYANT 



THE imf^^y OF THE 
OUN 14 1933 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 



Candidates for Degrees 

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts 

In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Gardner Bemis Abbott 

Margaret Baker Alexander 

Sherman Carroll Anderson 

Emma Lillian Ankele 

Betty Louise Apmadoc 

John Allen Appleman, with Honors 

in Economics 
Elbert Armstrong 
Warren Henry Badger 
Edward Homer Baker, Jr. 
LuTiTiA Elizabeth Balthis 
Gertrude Pauline Barber 
Julia Louise Beatty 
Rose Bell 

Victor Harris Belshaw 
Ruth Cundall Benedict 
Edgar Frederic Bennett 
^La.bel Ruth Berger 
Ellen ^Lary Bertinelli 
Margaret Leigh Beshers 
Charles Ross Birks 
Gladys Muriel Blankley, with 

Honors in Latin 
Emily Mary Blewitt 
Richard Hoppes Bliss 
Philip Miller Boord 
Charles John Boorkman 
Helen ^L'XRGaret Borchers 
Harold William Borsch 
^La.rjorie Louise Bredehorn, with 

High Honors in History 
LaVerne Charlotte Marie Brenner 
William Pierce Brodkorb 
Albert Brown 
Margaret Enid Brown 
Elaine June Bryar 
Eileen Jane Brydges 
Sophie Brzenk 
Marguerite Mary Buesching 
Barnard de Witt Burks, with High 

Honors in Entomology 
Fr.\nk Winfield Byrns 
^L^rtin Cablk 
Edith Esther Calvert 
Alma Harriet Carson, with Honors 

in Mathematics 
^L\RTiN Leroy Cassell, Jr. 
Thelma Faye Chapman 
Ruth Pritchard Childs 
Elizabeth Loudon Clark 



Leonard William Coale 

Mary Elizabeth Coleman 

Harold Edgar Conant 

Elbridge Hanecy Condee 

Marjorie Louise Conley 

John James Conlin 

Violet Adeline Connit 

Doris Mary Connors 

Dorsey Connors 

Eleanor Frances Cook 

William Wesley Cook 

Joseph Walter Corazza 

Scott Herbert Courier 

Margaret Eleanor Crook 

Robert Purdum Crook 

Irma Louise Culbertson 

Ruth Curtis 

Gordon Albert DaCosta 

Daniel Holland Dailey, Jr. 

Ruth Louise Dalrymple, with Honors 

in English 
Harris Loy Dante, with Honors in 

History 
Virginia Catherine Dasso 
Placide Daues, with High Honors in 

English 
Frances Alice Davidson 
Margaret Tedrick Davidson, with 

Honors in Psychology 
Bessie Pauline Davis 
Herbert Summerfield Day 
Charles Murray Demster 
Helen Dick 

Myrtle Margaret Dillner 
Ruby Alice Ditzler 
Carl Jens Dueser 
Zelda Zee Duncan 
Arthur Emmett Duram 
Walter Owen Edwards, Jr. 
Irene Eleanor Elson 
Nancy Louise Embree 
Albert Ain Epstein 
Eleanor Louise Evans 
Ann Fabian 

Robert Vance Faragher 
Dorothy Adele Feingold 
Jane Fisher 
MiLO Joseph Fleming 
Robert Edward Forrest 

WiLLYE AlITA FoRTENBERRY 



Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ip^^ 



Marie Elizabeth Fox 

Ethel Freeman 

Hazel Bernice Freeman 

Louise Hanna Freeman 

Louis Peter Friedman 

Douglas VanAnden Frost 

Norbert Campbell Garrison 

Louise Elaine Geidell 

James Ernest Gibbons 

Harry Herndon Caulder Gibson 

Elizabeth Glasgow 

Neva N. Gleason, with Honors in 

French 
Carolyn Ruth Goar, with Honors in 

English 
Mary Louise Goelitz 
Eleanor Louise Goodale 
Mary Hill Goodall, with Honors in 

French 
Stanley Lelewer Goodfriend 
Milton E. Goodman, Jr. 
Russell Lawrence Gorevitz 
Donald Hartwig Gratiot 
Max Greenberg 
Erville Glenn Griffin 
Catherine Ruth Grometer 
Herbert Grossman 
Paul Franz Grote, Jr., with Honors 

in Political Science 
Buckingham Willcox Gunn 
Edna Elizabeth Gurr 
Neva Elizabeth Guthrie 
Eleanor Haefele 
Richard Carlton Hagan, with Honors 

in Philosophy 
Paul Jennings Hannahs 
Robert Leroy Harbaugh 
Geneva Harrison 
Jane Milbourne Hart 
John Hooker Hartsook, with Honors 

in Spanish 
Gwendolyn Trent Harvey 
Janice Ruth Harvey 
Elizabeth Haynie 
Mildred Missouri Hedges 
Mathilde T. Helfrich 
Welker William Henderson 
Frank Douglas Hendricks 
Donald Frederick Hermes 
Dorothy Anne Herron 
Leonard Julian Hertzberg 
Helen Elizabeth Hinckley, with 

Honors in French 
James Morris Hodge 
Helen Marjorie Hohengarten 
Marion Nancy Holloway 
Joseph Gerard Holty 



Julius Nicholas Hook 

BuRSON Franklin Horn 

John Andrew Houpert, with Honors 

in French 
Elmer Ellsworth Howard 
Irene A-Iarie Howell 
Mary Kathleen Howell, with Honors 

in Political Science 
Merle Emanuel Hubka 
Paul McClure Hltdelson 
Leo Hughes, with High Honors in 

English 
Richard Ryan Hughes 
Alice Lucetta Jane Ireland 
Marian Gertrude Irrmann 
Dorothy Louise Iungerich 
Harriet Marie Iverson 
Margaret Evelyn Jacobson 
Joseph Charles Janui^is 
Christabel Beatrice Johnson 
Frances Morris Johnson 
Marian Rose Johnson 
Marjorie Aileen Johnson 
Pearl Evelyn Johnson 
Thelma Jean Johnson 
Ethel Leah Dickey Johnston 
Alfred Hanby Jones 
Virginia Maxine Jones 
Marion Martha Jourdan 
George Lee Kanberg 
Evadna Kavana 
Robert McCurdy Kennedy 
Anne Louise Kenyon 
Margaret Lorraine Kincaid 
Kathleen King 
Caroline Frances Kirkland 
Mabel Eula Kirkpatrick 
Robert Henry Kleene 
Milton Klein 

Theodore Gaillard Knappenberger 
Ruth Mae Smith Koch, with High 

Honors in Philosophy 
Warren Wesley Krughoff 
Lillian K. Kubicek 
Ralph Eldon Lane, with Honors in 

Mathematics 
Charles Wesley Lee 
Lillian Jane Leeke 
LuLA Blanche Lentz 
Dorothy Redina Levin 
Katherine Kress Levings 
Julia Mary Lewis 
William Frederick Hardcastle 

LiNDALL 

Mary Alice Long, with Honors in 

French 
Lenore Jean Lorimer 



The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Teaxette Kathryn Loveless 

Faxxye Mae Lurie 

DoxALD Withers Lyddon 

Tack Neal McCoxaha 

George William AIcCormick 

Norma Hood AIcCreery 

Philip William I^IcDovvell 

Earl McKeehax 

Charles Daxiel MacMillan 

Robert William Mahxke 

Johaxxa Malandroxe, with Honors in 

Chemistry 
William Charles Martin 
BoNiTA Clara ^^Iatthews, with 

Honors in History 
Arthur Willard Mielke, with High 

Honors in History 
Arthur Parker Miles 
Kenxeth William J^Iiles 
Lawrexce Frederick Miller 
Richard Froman Miller 
SoxiA Miller 
Helex Lucile Mills 
Joseph Fraxcis ]^Iirabella 
Taxe }^Ioberley 
Dellagexe Moldex, with Honors in 

English 
\'erxox Ezekiel Moore 
Paula Katherixe More, with Honors 

in Zoology 
Gexevieve Elizabeth Morris 
George Hexry Morton 
Joseph Hexry Mueller, with Honors 

in Political Science 
Gwexdolyn Elizabeth Murphy 
Jay Wesley Mltrphy 
Lilliax Louise Neal 
Carl James Neer 
Ethel ^Larie Nelson 
Helex Virgixia Nelson 
Katherixe Irene Nietsch 
Mary Josephixe Noble 
Miltox William Nosek 
Marvix Maxwell Novick 
Gordox Whitcomb Nugext, with 

Honors in English 
Virginia Carolyx Nussell 
DwiGHT Raymond Oberlink 
Margaret Elizabeth O'Brien 
Dorothy Kathryn O'Connor 
Louise Charlotte Oehl 
Virginia Louise O'Leary, with 

Honors in English 
Virginia Jane Olsen 
Beth Olwin 
ZvliLDRED Ruth Parkhill 
Philip Passman 



Frances Patton 

Frank William Peacock, Jr. 

Henry Xavier Petz 

Theodore Louis Pezman 

Frances Phillippe, with Honors in 

French 
Jay Hamilton Phillips 
Marian Lucille Phillips 
James Payton Phinnie 
Philip Eli Pofcher 
Sidney Laurence Port 
Dorothy Powell 
Dwight Powell 
Marian Lucile Powell 
Lee Huse Pray 
Fred Joseph Propp 
Harriet Nelle Purves 
Arte Ramey 
Juanita Ramey 
Eugene Ray 
Anita Rose Reece 
John Franklin Regan, Jr. 
Laura Louise Reichmann 
Ralph Brower Reid 
Joseph Harvey Renfrew, with Honors 

in Chemistry 
Martha Jean Reynolds 
Paul Thornton Riggle 
Rosella Elizabeth Ring 
Dorothy Ethel Rives 
John Frederic Robinson 
Catherine Margaret Rodgers 
Edna Pauline Rothwell 
Dorothy Catherine Roubinek 
Joseph Allen Rubenstein, Jr. 
Viola Ida Ruestmann 
Dorothy Runge 
Katherixe Marietta Ryckman, with 

Honors in French 
Lillian Levinson Salwin, with 

Honors in History 
Lucile Rossetta Sanders 
Meryl Sanders, with Honors in 

English 
Evelyn Cecilia Saunders 
Sarah Elizabeth Curry Scheick 
William Joseph Schlatter, with 

Honors in Philosophy 
Ernest F. Schmidt 
Dorothy Marie Schneiter, with 

Honors in Speech 
Elizabeth Helen Dorothy Schroeder, 

with High Honors in German 
Aline Elizabeth Schultz 
William Frederic John Schulz 
Clara Emma Schumm, with Honors 

in English 



Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ipss 



Dorothy Fox Scudder 
John Byron Sheets 
Ruth Ellen Sheldon 
Geraldine Faye Shuman 
Elmer Wayne Siler, with High 

Honors in History 
Arnold Frederick Simon 
Clarence Curtis Sisson 
Sister Mary Mark Rund 
Thomas Arkle Skeels 
Cranford Evelyn Skiles 
Daniel Aaron Smith, Jr. 
Herschel Stanley Smith 
Carl Dallas Sneed 
Jack Alexander Spear 
Lillian Stanford 
Dwight Wilson Baker Steele 
Vivian Jane Stern 
Herbert Myron Stevenson 
William Henry Stewart 
Richard Allen Stice 
Frances Marian Stubblefield 
Sadie Levina Stubbs 
George Dexter Sudlow^ 
Robert Lewis Taylor 
Leonard William Telleen 
Elizabeth Thayer 
Mary Frances Thoma 
RoYCE L. Thompson 
Maxine Juliana Traub 
Katherine Anne Tuach, with 

Honors in French 



Harris Latimer Undem 

James Russell Vaky, with Honors in 

German 
Joseph Anthony Van Dyke 
Alice Esther Vaughan, with 

Honors in English 
Virginia Esther Vogel 
S. Dorothy Brumund Wangman, with 

Honors in French 
James Leopold Waring 
Leslie Allen Watt, with High 

Honors in Economics 
Edith Elizabeth Weaver 
Helen Josephine Wherry 
Ronald Henry White 
Jessie Primrose Whyte 
Mildred Evelyn Wilcox 
Martha Willett 
Floy Irene Willhoite 
Grace Mills Williams 
EsPEY Carrl Williamson 
Peter Klein Wilson 
Hugh Paul Wisher 
William Norman Wittenfeld, with 

Honors in Psychology 
Elsie Mae Woodward 
Robert Dean Woolsey 
Howard Grier Young 
MuRRELL Ellis Young 
Robert Isdell Zearing 



In Home Economics 



Katherin Geneva Fishbaugh 
Henrietta Louise Kamarit 
Redith R. Reeves 



Marian Ruth Wheeler 
Esther Vivian Wilson 



Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Henry Anker 

Paul Russell Bingham 

Alice Boon 

Mary Margaret Casto 

Ernest Charles Cohenour 

DoRLAND Jones Davis, with High 

Honors in Zoology 
Pauline May Fietsam 
Edgar Thomas Galezio 
MiTzi Gold 
Nicholas Gordon 
Anna Louise Gray 
Wade Frederic Heritage 
Ruby Mae Holden 
Mildred Lucile Huser, with Honors 

in Mathematics 



Paul Vincent Keane 

Andre Pierre Lombardi 

Howe Elliott McClure, with High 

Honors in Entomology 
Ralph Lowell Moss 
Janina Nowakowska 
Velma Elizabeth Pottorf 
Ruth Reed 

Edna Margaret Reese 
Harland Burr Roney, with High 

Honors in Zoology 
Anna Irene Rose 
Lawrence Bert Rosendahl 
Martin Rozner 
Melle Kellogg Russell 
Wilma Farrell Saul, with Honors 

in Botany 



The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Paul Edwin Swenson 
Sarabelle Talbot 
Joseph Alfred Tills 



Sophie Tuman 

Stanley Wells Widger, with Honors 
in Chemistry 



In Chemistry 



Robert Wilson Auten, with High 

Honors 
Joseph LaGarde Bearden 
Leonard Eugene Beare 
Donald Burdette Black, with 

Honors 
Ford Hugo Blunck 
Reginald Francis Buller, with 

Honors 
Robert William Cadle 
Joseph Eugene Drummond 
Theodore Herman Gewecke 
Lucius Gilman, with High Honors 
Julian Glasser, with High Honors 
Stillman Reese Goff 
Albert Robert Hanke 



Emil Theodore Hinkel, Jr. 

Arthur George Holstein, Jr. 

William Emil Kalb 

Alfred Peter Kozacik 

Herbert S. Lakin 

Harry R. AIcNeely, Jr. 

David William Mitchell 

John Joseph Mullane 

Charles Edward Niehaus 

Thomas Chandler Rector 

Harold Arthur Thiemann 

Donald Thompson 

Joseph Abrahm Valentine Turck, Jr. 

John Walker Voris 

Walter Isom Waggoner 

John Leland Wagner 



In Chemical Engineering 



Roy Samuelson Arrandale, with 

High Honors 
James Clyde Bailie, with Honors 
Robert Eugene Ballinger 
Merton Monroe Beckwith 
Emerson Cartmel Beeler 
Frank Elliot Birkett, with Honors 
Solomon Jessie Bishov 
Adolph Oscar Blatter 
Theodore Ambrose Bradbury 
Raymond Cory Comings 
John Alva Crawford 
Edward Nathan Davis 
Lester Frank Deditius, with High 

Honors 
Carlyle Gr.^eme Duncan-Clark 
Howard James Elgin 
Robert Smith Frye 
Robert Karl Green 
David Harry Handel 



Norman Kenneth Helmrath 

Uno Theodore Hill 

Carl Melbourne Kennedy 

Robert William Krebs, with Honors 

Thomas Dave Kruzic 

Daniel Joseph Manning 

Perry Andy Martinson 

DuANE Smith Noecker 

Arthur John Paik, with Honors 

George Melvin Pohler, with High 

Honors 
Willard Martin Presson 
Richard Sanders Rhodes 
John Adrian Saathoff 
Charles Vernon Smith 
Harry Berdan Smock 
Joseph Soffranko 
Lawrence Eugene Stapp 
Leonard Edmund Weeg 
Richard Wallace West 



The College of Commerce and Business 
Administration 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Accountancy 



Harris Wayne Aden, with Honors 
Ernst Ellis Bareuther, with Honors 
Lee Ellis Block 



Norman McLeod Bronson, with 

Honors 
Harry Orrin Clendenin, Jr. 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 12, igsS 



Cecil Benjamin Davis 

Vernon Lee Douthit, with High 

Honors 
Norman Herz Feingold 
Theodore George Freedlund, with 

High Honors 
Priscilla Lallie Gairing 
Edwin Lawrence Getting, with 

Honors 
Fred Louis Greilsheim 
Paul Edwin Hamman, with Honors 
Francis Marion Hilliard 
Edward Arthur Holcomb 
Theodore Adam Jones 
Harry Conrad Koenigsmark, with 

Honors 
Irving Hildreth Kraft 
Robert Maxwell Little 
Elmer Carl Luther 
John Ard McCullough 
Richard Llewellyn McKnight, with 

High Honors 
Joseph Valentine Matella, with 

Honors 
Christian Daniel Meislahn, Jr. 
Sol Millis 
Harold Hewitt Mount, with Honors 



Demosthenes Sotirios Panagopoulos 
Norton W. Payne, with Honors 
Benjamin Franklin Powell, Jr. 
Lester Kumhn Prentiss, with 

Honors 
Russell V. Puzey 
Leland Arkell Quindry 
Lois L Rash, with Honors 
Max Richard Rhine 
Carl Vail Schermerhorn 
Robert Frederick Schutz 
Richard Henry Shirley 
Clifford Stanley Sims 
Elmer Edward Smith 
Thomas Leroy Smith 
John Soma 

Maurice Edward Steele 
Mildred Charlotte Stiegemeyer, 

with High Honors 
Leo Vern Tinkham 
Dallas Ross Tyree 
Lawrence Vork 
Leroy Goddard Ward 
Doris Victorine Wise 
Robert Louis Zelle, with High 

Honors 



In Banking and Finance 



Harold Kenneth Anderson 
Chester LeRoy Blomberg 
Donald Butterfield 
Roland Philip Carlson 
Walter Cleland 
Marshall M. Dollahan 
Lucinda Dorothea Gauer 
Charles Keith Grant 
William Henry Greenfield 
Cornell Anthony Lmming 
William George Karnes 
Ward Milton Karraker 
Samuel McKennon Keys 



William Oliver Lee 
Millard Samuel McGuffin 
Harry Shaw Maulding 
William Charles Nicol 
Joseph Searles Peacock 
Charles Edwin Roberts 
Joseph Robert Schelstreet 
George Little Scripps 
Murray Lewis Shrader 
Reynold Seigfried Smith, Jr. 
Elbridge Winthrop Staudt 
Ira Norris Thompson 
Joe Albert Vanerka 



In Commerce and Law 



Floyd Roy Abernathy 
George Thomas Christie 
Morris Daniel Coppersmith 
James William Fry 
George Nathan Gilkerson 
Richard Elmer Hussey 



William Jacobs 
John Audrey Kirk 
Huntington James Otis 
Don Layton Prillaman 
Robert James Sears 



In Commercial Teaching 



Ray Alexander Fullerton 
Anthony Paul Kovanic 
Harvey Joseph Pack 



Stanley Theodore Sandell 
Norma Augusta Seider 
Joseph John Zbornik 



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In Foreign Commerce 



Frank Neil Carxahan 
Martha Frieda Etzbach 
Edgar Miller Evans 
William Milton Kleinhans 
Parker Block Smith 



Frances Mildred Vogel 
Frank Oscar Weber 
William Albert Zei 
Joseph Edwin Zwisler, Jr. 



In General Business 



Gerald Gervase Aimone 

Robert Charles Altera 

Katherine Cynthia Altorfer 

William Albert Amsler 

John Albert Stuart Anderson 

William Busey Arnold 

Lawrence Brainard Askin 

June Arthura Baer 

William Watson Baker, Jr. 

Howard Cecil Baldwin 

Dorothy' Kathryne Balita 

Ervin Carl Bast 

Caslon Kent Bennett 

Winifred Flint Berry 

York Kyle Bishop 

William Zachary Black 

W'lLLiAM Lawrence Blake 

Ralph Bl.\nchard 

Roger William Brown 

Harold Kent Buchanan 

Warren Albert Bunge 

Charles Crispin Christensen 

Ruth Alene Cleavelin 

Hazel Lillian Clothier 

Alex Coleman 

Fred Howard Comstock 

Jack Willis Cowles 

Borden Bowne Cox 

Arden Brown Crawford 

Charles James Crawford 

Herbert LeRoy Crisler 

Benjamin Haddon Davenport 

Hymen Davis 

William Thompson Davis III 

Myrtle Annabelle Dehn 

Harold William Dickhut 

Carl George Dohme 

Ruth Lambert Drayer 

Frank J. Dvorak 

Glenn Sidney Eastburn 

Robert William Elich, with Honors 

Frank Flinn Elliott 

Harold Lloyd Eyer 

Alfred Theodore Fagerburg 



Jack Francis Feddersen, with High 

Honors 
Robert Brown Franks 
Kenneth John Galm 
William Edward Getman 
Earl Parke Godwin 
James Norman Gray 
Thomas Woollen Guin 
Myron David Gutmann 
John Nathan Hadley 
Clyde Quimby Haldane 
Raymond Ellmore Harroun 
Clayton Sayre Hexton 
Erwin Robert Horash 
Wallace Richard Hornby 
Adrian Johansson 
Norman Edgar Kasch 
Kenneth Earl Keene 
George Gus Kerasotes 
Dudley Johnson Kingman 
Philip Crimmons Kolb 
Ruth Koller, with Honors 
James Leonard Kraft 
Edwin Porter Larson 
John Hartwell Lashley 
Arthur Dillon Lea sure 
George Kapp Leisenring 
Harry Dean Litt 
Harold Bronson Louderback 
Robert Henry Luther 
Paul Edwin McDonald 
Harry Stanley M.«i.ger 
Harold Henry Malottke 
Annis Pauline Minier 
Robert George Moench 
Mary Wyckoff Moore 
Andrew Mrugowski 
Donald Ferguson Mulvihill 
Edith Lydia Munro 
David Nesler 
William Foster Newell 
Will Harold Oldham, Jr. 
Conrad Nathaniel Penington 
Darius Edward Phebus 
Laurence Jewell Pickett 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 12, iQSS 



John Francis Pilgrim 
Harold William Porter 
Kenneth John Preisel 
Robert Carlton Ratliff 
Charles Gramesly Reasor 
Harry John Reck 
Stanley Franklin Rehm 
Fredrick Arnold Reisner 
Virlon Scott Rice 
Joseph Aloysius Santi 
George Edward Sapora 
William Mitchell Sator 
John Raymond Sawtell 
Farrington Treat Schaeffer 
Paul Schminke 
John Arthur Selig 
Joseph Emmett Sheehan 
Kenneth Adair Skiles 
Albin Wesley Skogler 
Walter Forbes Sloan 
Kenneth Allen Smith 
Stanley Antony Stanks 



Ira Arlington Stephens 
Alyce Pauline Talbot 
Clarence Albert Thompson 
Herbert Franklin Tieman 
Earle James Tonsgard 
Paul Orville Ulmer 
Joseph Aloysius Vancura 
Herschel Everett Wacaser 
George Florus Merrill Ward 
Olaf Arthur Watne 
Paul Louis Weinman 
George John West 
Margaret Louise Westenberger 
Robert Conant White 
Mortimer Delno Wilber 
Joseph Henry Willig 
Charles Norman Wishart 
Lawrence Leroy Wollenhaupt 
WiNSLOw Mltrray Wright 
Hubert Percy Yarnell 
Carroll Edgar Yeast 



In Industrial Administration 



John Edward Burns 
William Carleton Gifford 
Kenneth Arthur Leland Johnson 
Orville Frank Kocour 
Sidney Ben Lifschultz 



John Ludwig Ongemach 
Kenneth Raymond Sanders 
Otto Leonard Wolter 
Frederick La Verne Woodley 



Byron Blue Bruner 
William Joseph Eovaldi 
Donald Verne Luby 



In Public Utilities 



Robert Cannon Sloan, with Honors 
Edward Gordon Watson 



In Trade and Civic Secretarial Service 
Sarah Margaret Applegate Henry Ackert Glasstetter 



In Accountancy and Banking and Finance 



Marshall Alaine Anderson 
Cecil Earl Blain, with Honors in 

Banking and Finance 
Ralph Harlan Blakemore, with 

Honors in Accountancy; High 

Honors in Banking and Finance 
Walter Edwin Busker, with Honors 

in Banking and Finance 
Alfred Edward Christiaens 
James Eldon Fitzpatrick 
George Marshall Highberg 



Alfonse Thomas Malinosky, with 
Honors in Banking and Finance 

Howard John Marshall 

Joel Hubbard Rossiter 

William Pearson Stowe 

Gerald Christian Weiland, with High 
Honors in Accountancy 

William Ernest Weise, with High 
Honors in Accountancy 

William Arnold Zoeller 



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The College of Engineering 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Ceramics 
Edward Gustav Porst, with Honors John Caleb Swartz 

In Ceramic Engineering 



Lens Harry Berkelhamer, with 

Honors 
Ralph Elliott Bevis 
Russell Fields Duncan 
Charles Ward Henson 
Byrox Benjamin Josi 
Frederick Rognald Matson, Jr. 
James William Pettyjohn, Jr. 



Robert Grant Russell 
Morrow Dickey Schnell 
John George Seanor 
William B. Silverman 
Robert James Whitesell, with 

High Honors 
Paul Clifton Wiegand 



In Civil Engineering 



George John Antrobius 

Harold William Augur 

William Murdoch Avery 

Irwin Hughes Baker 

William Robert Baldinger 

David AIerrill Baldwin, with Honors 

\'incent Dudley Barnum 

Karl Theodore Barthelmess 

Joe Charles Behrens 

Oscar Ruben Bengston, with Honors 

Arthur James Thomas Bennett 

Howard John Benson 

James Ignatius Bomba, Jr. 

Giles Lacey Carr 

George Richmond Carter 

MiLO Albert Churchill 

Daniel Cohen 

Robert Forsyth Donaldson 

John Howard Dunker 

Frank Fisher, Jr. 

Irving Forest Gerdel 

Dudley Goodell 

Francis Ralph Grant 

Philip Joseph Guenzer, with High 

Honors 
Jesse Richard Gulick 
Donald Kibler Harmeson 
William Albert Hasfurther 
Henry James Helter 
Robert Bohumil Hurt 
Joseph Peter Joyce 
Joseph Roy Kempston 



Robert Whittemore Kern 
Andrew Stanley Kleszewski 
Richard Sherrard Langman, with 

High Honors 
Harry McDermith 
Cyril Aaron Milens 
Mary Thelma Miller 
Clifford Elmer Missman 
Kenneth DeFord Morland 
Djelal Moustafa 
Corless Barton Nelson 
Charles William Nobes 
Edmund Robert O'Brien 
Thomas Ondrus 
Francis DeRonald Park 
Lloyd Albert Pfaff 
Walter Warren Potokar 
Erwin Joseph Roesel 
Wallace Clark Root 
Harry Harold Sauerwein 
Jack Edward Slattery 
Donald Wilbert Smith 
Jack Allen Spector 
Henry Harrison Walther 
Louis David Weinberg 
John Arnold Wellner 
Ivan Lee Wissmiller, with High 

Honors 
Lester John Wolma 
William Lee Yarger 
Paul Martin Zander 
George Vernon Zintel 



In Electrical Engineering 



Thomas William Abbott 
Al.\n Harry Bate 
Paul Stuart Bickenbach, with 
Honors 



Herman William Bieritz 
Roland Leon Bissey 
William Arthur Briggs 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 12, 19 S3 



Wesley Wilson Brooks, with Honors 

Alfred James Bryant 

Burton Fredrick Buchan 

Jack Chizewer 

George William Chynoweth, Jr. 

Maurice Hyman Cohn 

Earl Stafford Constant 

James Joseph Costello 

Cornelius Patrick Crowley 

Carl Curphey 

Arthur Merle Daily, with High 

Honors 
Francis Joseph Darke, Jr. 
Carl Endres, with Honors 
Harold John Fink, with High Honors 
James Albert Fizzell, with Honors 
Willis Bronson Foote 
Robert Louis Goodyear 
Oscar Boldt Gorenflo 
William John Heaney 
Marion Stanley Helm, with High 

Honors 
Bernard Maxwell Hess, with High 

Honors 
William Wright Hinshaw 
Howard Neill Inwood 
Stephen James Jeffery 
Kenneth John Johnson 
James Roderick Johnstone 



Lawrence Francis Kehoe 
Frank Godfrey Kraml 
John Frank Kruzic 
Robert Nathan Leavitt 
Clarence Harman Lewis 
Isadore Lieberman 
SiGMUND Francis Malan 
NoRBERT Charles Miller 
Eugene Gus Mull 
Mansur Park 
Salvador Pena-Garcia 
Willis Eugene Phillips 
Edward Blakeslee Pringle 
Millard Erven Rada 
George William Rohkohl 
Lewis John Rubenking 
George Preston Shallcross 
LeVerne Eckhart Siemon 
Bhagat Singh 
William Oliver Smith 
Harold James Vasconcelles 
Carlos Wilbur Veach 
Vernon Clifford Westberg 
Julian Carl Wheeler 
"Dean Elmo Wisleder, with High 

Honors 
Robert Beekman Zane 
George Ellsworth Zinser 



In General Engineering 



Louis Henry Arning 
Robert Edward Baumberger 
Arthur Prentice Bear 
William Horace Eddy 
Joseph Horner Field 
John Mather Gustafson 



John Herbert Holstein 
Otto Lloyd McBride 
Harry Ferdinand Mathews 
Vail Hall Moore 
Frederick William Mousel 



In Mechanical Engineering 



Eugene Nathan Angell, with High 

Honors 
Richard Frances Armitage 
Harry Ashley Barber 
Wilmer Charles Bennett 
Paul Edward Boettcher 
Daniel Eugene Christopher 
Nicholas Andrew Collora, with High 

Honors 
Warren Eugene Compton, with High 

Honors 
Joseph Danda 
Edward Patrick Dempsey 
Burlle Randal Farr 
Samuel Otto Fishman 



Carl Richard Freeman 

Vernon Clarence Fry 

William Lee Ganschinietz 

Charles James Geiser, with Honors 

Charles Morris Gollin 

W. Eugene Harris 

John Robinson Henderson, with 

High Honors 
Raymond Jay Heydecker 
John Joseph Huck 
Richard Evan Jones 
Harold Irving Kalde 
Robert Smith Krueger 
Robert Ernest Lee 



The College of Agriculture 



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Charles Kenneth Mader 

Leonard Peller 

Kenneth John Rabe 

William Max Ragland 

WiNTHROP Richards 

Robert Newton Richardson 

Hugh McAllister Rich art 

John Herman Rickerman, with High 

Honors 
Edward Frank Ross 
Robert Jltes Salinger 
Carl Ernest Salzman 
Joseph Veatch Schuster 
Harold August Schwanbeck 
Elbert Joseph Sieber 



Eugene Edgar Stephens, with High 

Honors 
James Thomson Stewart 
Russell Milton Turner 
Charles John Vanerka 
Marshall Wallberg 
Fred O. Weirich 
Adolph Leonard Wellander 
Joseph David Wenghofer 
Charles Richard Woodfill 
Robert McCormick Young 
Anthony Zemaitis, with High 

Honors 
John AIichael Zikmund 



Edward Frank Grable 
Palx Lavern Richards 



In Mining Engineering 

Clyde Samuel Smith 



In Engineering Physics 



Sanford Alfred Berg 
Gilbert Bartholomew Bliss 
Byron Thorwell Darling, with 

Honors 
Albert William Gasper 
George Kenneth Green, with High 

Honors 



George Wilbur Klohr 
Walter Christian Nelson 
John Louis Ryde, with Honors 
Henry Harold Schwartz 
Edward Sanford Turnipseed 



In Railway Civil Engineering 

Casimir Joseph Chmielewski 



Dominic Bergelis 
Charles Burton Long 



In Railway Electrical Engineering 

Mark Francis Smucker 



In Railway Mechanical Engineering 
Lennart Nels Dahlen John Spencer Ingles 



The College of Agriculture 
Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Agriculture 



Robert Henry Anderson 
Carl Edward Bartelson 
William Earle Bell 
Leonard Max Bertagnolu 
Herbert Wayne Bitting 



Alfred Edgar Bodman 
Oden Eugene Brown 
William Henry Brown, Jr. 
Mac Allen Campbell, with High 
Honors 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ipjj 



George Dineen Carter 

Lester Bogard Case 

Larue Claude Chapman 

Ralph Clifford 

Keyon Phimister Comstock 

Lyle Joslyn Coolidge 

George Francis Cronan 

Edward Anthony Crum 

Robert Edwin Dagner 

Theodore Link Davis, with Honors 

Robert Irving De Long 

William Euphrates Elder 

Robert Laurence Emmons 

Dalson Henry Esry 

Maurice Hayes Flesher 

Theodore Roosevelt Fry 

Herman E. Gardner 

Stephen Robert Golden 

Albert Ross Graner 

Mark Oscar Grenlund 

James Curtis Griffith 

Boyd Harper, with Honors 

Clifford Henry Heller 

Hirlo Potter Hicks 

Mervin Francis Hinton 

Ira Clement Hochstrasser 

Russell Olyn Knudson 

Robert Fred La Bahn 

Harold Eugene Line 

Walter Gustav Luedke 

Albert Vern Lutton 



Casper Leo Mast, Jr. 

Ruloff John May, with Honors 

Orion Robert Mayne 

William Edward McCauley, with 

Honors 
Arthur Veness Meadors 
Glenn Thomas Moore 
Sterling Emerson Myers 
Claude Lafayette Nelson 
Wenceslao Luis Obando, Jr. 
Bernon George Perkins 
Thomas Myers Plunk 
Arnold Bracton Row and 
Herman Burlingame Rupp, with 

Honors 
Louis Eugene Schlecht 
MiNOTT Silliman, Jr. 
Clyde F. Simms 

Donald Edward Smith, with Honors 
John Charles Stark 
Charles Henry Stinson 
Homer Whitney Tice 
Raymond Webster Turrell 
Paul Townsend Veale 
A-Iarshall Hawkins Watkins 
Walter John Weber 
Elmer Eugene Williams 
Paul Thomas Wilson, with Honors 
Robert Ulney Winters, Jr. 
William Wharton Witter 
Clyde Russell Wutzke 



In Floriculture 



Marjorie Miriam Deal, with Honors 
Leslie Vernon Elliott 
Burr Keith Hackleman, with 

Honors 
Albert William Havlik 



Vernon Harold Rowe 
James Elmo Smith, Jr. 
Julius Arthur Staack 
George Woods Thompson 



In Home Economics 



Verl. Atwood 
Dorothy Louise Becker 
Pauline Clara Block 
loNA Martha Brooks 
Mary Elizabeth Buscher 
Maryan Ruth Cameron 
Ruth Margaret Chapin 
Elizabeth Edna Feickert 
Pauline Ferrill 
Dorothea Irene Fluck 
Thelma Alleen Henry 
Frances Marie Jacobson 
Tirzah Elizabeth Kane 
Ruth Adeline Kiest 
Helen Louise Lierman 
Doris Edna Lively 
Evelyn Eirene Mangold 
Clara May Mann 



Alice Dorothy Mast 
Mary Frances McKelvey 
Mary Ann Metzger, with Honors 
Mildred Mies 
Clara Marguerite AIiller 
Agnes Anna Mittelberg 
Ruth Elese Mueller 
Mildred Rose Rausch 
Dorothy Deborah Rees 
Mildred Mae Shaw 
Mildred Edna Stiebler 
Nadeena Theo Tuttle 
Grace Ruth Vandervoort 
Jean Alice Webster 
Lois Arline Welker 
Laura Charlotte Witt 
Marjorie Myrtle Wolcott 



The Library School 



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The College of Law 
Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws 



Sam Carol Bernstein, with Honors 

JoHX Robert Berry 

Eldex \V. Brashaw 

Maurice Morgan Briggs 

Glen Westgate Brock 

George Gordon Burroughs 

Junius Palt. Califf 

John Edwin Carlson 

Henry Clay Cole 

John James Conlin 

John ^Iaurice Connor 

Paul Joseph Dean 

Ward Everett Dillavou 

Joseph Francis Diver 

Leonard Victor Finder, with Honors 

Albert Lyle Freemon 

Louis Peter Friedman 

Louis Scott Gard 

Raymond James Gengler 

Thomas A. Graham 

Richard Ferdinand Hahn 

Walter Otto Herschbach 

Robert John Johnston 

Dwight Reese Kinder 

John Beverley Kramer 



Loren Elmer Lewis, with Honors 

Myer Arthur Lewis 

Oliver Francis Little 

John William McElroy 

Richard Buckley Martin 

William Howard AIaxant, with High 

Honors 
Kenneth John Peel 
Lester Nathan Salwin, with Honors 
Paul Frederick Schlicher 
Albert Louis Seidel 
Fred Shankman 
Alvin Dudley Simon 
Raymond Robert Stern 
Raymond Christopher Stotlar 
Albert F. Straub 
Timothy Whitzel Swain 
Harold Frederick Trap? 
Asa DeWitt Twente, with High 

Honors 
Robert Morris Werden 
Fred Louis Wham, Jr. 
James Howard Wheat 
Jo Creamer Williamson 
John Oliver Young 



Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Law 



John Lloyd Franklin 



Hugh Joseph Graham, Jr., with High 
Honors 



The Library School 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of 
Science in Library Science 

Lela Elizabeth Allred, A.B., University of Arkansas, 1932, with Honors 

Kathryn Elizabeth Angle, A.B., Miami University, 1932 

Alberta Avis Auld, A.B., 1930 

LoREXA Baker, A.B., University of Texas, 1920, with Honors 

Harold Walter Batchelor, A.B., University of Oregon, 1932, with High Honors 

Florence Elizabeth Bly, A.B., Earlham College, 1930, with Honors 

Clara Ardery Bonner, A.B., Erskine College, 1931 

XoREEN Ruth Chalice, A.B., Cornell College, 1932 

Eve Kohl Clarke, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1921, with Honors 

Georgia Graves Colby, A.B., Southwestern University, 1931, with Honors 

Eunice Collins, A.B., 1931, with Honors 

Katherine Lenore Croxall, B.S., Northwestern University, 1932 

Belt,ah Culbertson, A.B., Mississippi State College for Women, 1910, with 

High Honors 
Esther Eytcheson, A.B., Butler University, 1929, with Honors 



Candidates for Degrees, June 12, jpjj 



Leslie Kenneth Falk, A.B., Hamline University, 1925; A.M., University of 

Minnesota, 1930 
Carolyn Katherine Atkins Folz, A.B., Evansville College, 1929, with Honors 
HoYT Rees Galvin, A.B., Simpson College, 1932, with Honors 
Fern Ida Garrett, A.B., Illinois College, 1928 
Pauline Gauss, A.B., 1919 

Virginia Johnston Gray, A.B., Agnes Scott College, 1932 
William Gregory Harkins, A.B., University of Alabama, 1933, with Honors 
Evelyn Jennings Harrison, A.B., Duke University, 1930 
Louise Hart, A.B., College of Wooster, 1929, with Honors 
Dorothy Elizabeth Heicke, A.B., 1932 
Lydia Cornish Henderson, A.B., Fisk University, 1930 
Ruth Hess, A.B., Ohio State University, 1926 
Anna Harriet Heyer, A.B., B.M., Texas Christian University, 1930, with 

Honors 
Dorothy Jeanne Hill, B.S., 1932, with Honors 
Lenora Mae Hodges, B.S., Southwestern Louisiana Institute, 1929 
Althea Vance Howard, A.B., Fisk University, 1932 

Adolph Edward Hrdlicka, A.B., St. Procopius College, 1922, with Honors 
Ellen Pauline Jackson, A.B., Hastings College, 1931, with High Honors 
Belle Joachims, A.B., San Jose State Teachers College, 1928; A.M., College of 

the Pacific, 1929 
Marian Huddleston Jones, A.B., Centre College, 1930 

Ruby Helen Kerley, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1929 
Clarice Emma Krieg, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1932, with High Honors 
Lola Wahnita Lampe, A.B., Eureka College, 1932 
Majel Lawrence, A.B., B.S., Ohio University, 1914, 1917 
Elizabeth Lucretia Lawson, A.B., Fisk University, 1931 
Dorothy Gwendolyn Lloyd, A.B., Florida State College for Women, 1932, 

with Honors 
Mai^y Hays Marable, A.B., Oklahoma City University, 1930, with High Honors 
Glenn Robert Maynard, B.S., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1931 
Sarah Jeannette Moore, B.S., Northwest Missouri State Teachers College, 1930 
John Joseph Morrow, A.B., 1932 

Gwendolyn Elizabeth Murphy, A.B., Grand Island College, 1931 ; A.B., 1933 
Mosco Lee Nix, B.S., Southeastern Teachers College, 1930 
Florence Elizabeth Noble, A.B., Coe College, 1926 
Helen Louise Norris, A.B., Knox College, 1932, with Honors 
Mary Louise Ogden, A.B., University of Tennessee, 1930 
Josephine Mary Osborne, B.S., 1929 
Kathleen Mildred Payne, A.B., Washington University, 1931, with High 

Honors 
Nellie Lorena Platz, A.B., University of Nebraska, 1930 
Anna Margaret Roberts, A.B., A.M., Vanderbilt University, 1920, 1922, with 

High Honors 
Florence Viola Shaw, A.B., Ball State Teachers College, 1930, with Honors 
Sister AIary Mark Orr, A.B., A.M., University of Kansas, 1928, 1932 
Sister Mary Micina Arendt, A.B., DePaul University, 1929 
Bonnie Sowder, A.B., Northeastern Teachers College, 1930 
Kanardy Leslie Taylor, A.B., Eureka College, 1932 
Juanita Terry, A.B., A.M., Louisiana State University, 1929, 1931 
Genevieve Thomas, A.B., Lombard College, 1928 
Annabelle Thomson, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1931 
Vivian Totten, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1932, with High Honors 
Sibyl Opdyke Tubes, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1929 
Grace Upchurch, B.S.E., University of Arkansas, 1929 
SiMONE Van Biesbroeck, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1932 
Nina Mae Watson, A.B., 1932 

Mabel Angelene Williams, A.B., North Central College, 1929 
Donald Arthur Woods, A.B., Illinois College, 1932 



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The College of Education 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Education 



Rose Alberta Adams 
James William Anderson 
Vivian Martha Anderson 
William Raymond Anderson 
Louise Virginia Andrews 
Jeanetta Appel 
Harry Henry Arkebauer 
Genevieve Silkey Ashley 
Helen AIary Bailey 
Adelbert Benjamin Baker 
Agnes Amy Baker 
Anna AIary Baynt: 
James Edward Belton 
Joe Lyle Bennett 
Garry Lee Berry 
Janina Bielinski 
Fred Brown Bisbee 
AL'^BEL Lucille Blair 
Paul Henry Bowman 

EVEL\'N BrANDEIS 

Josephine Brenner, with Honors in 

Education 
Victor Herbert Brodt 
Eldon Joseph Brons 
Margaret Irwin Bronson 
Mildred E. Broom 
Grace Madden Buechler 
Carmen Eugenia Bunn 
Doris Eloise Burritt 
Ruth B. Burroughs 
Carl William Carnahan 
Elmer Michael Casey 
Palx Chervinko 
Janice Mable Chilcott 
Frederick William Christman 
Lloyd Harold Clair 
Helen Alberta Clevenstein, with 

Honors in Education and French 
Louise Caroline Clow 
Virgil Leroy Coile 
Agn*es Loretta Cole 
Harry G. Collom 
William Ancil Cravens 
Mary Van AIaarth Crist 
Kenneth Donald Davidson 
Frederick Henry Dedmond 
Richard Olney Denton 
Gerhard Charles Depken 
William Peter Devins 
Agnes Gertrude Dohney 
Marguerite Elizabeth Doll 



Lillian Eileen Dorman 
Donald David Duffy 
Russell Hoyt Duncan 
Carolyn Anna Dunlap 
Bernice W. Durchslag 

LORAINE AmALIA DvORAK 

Markwood Rea Edison 

Margaret Ann Edwards 

Paul Valentine Erickson 

Helen Lucille Fackler 

Una Claire Fehlman 

William AIarvin Feinberg 

Margaret Dean Finch 

John Thomas Foley 

Mary Leona Foster 

Elizabeth North Frederick 

Maurine June Frey 

William Howard Fltllerton 

Henry Barnette Garvin 

Jean Isabell Gerber, with Honors in 

Education and History 
Florence Mathilda Gerlich 
John Albert Gerstner 
Wilma Ruth Gilmore 
Margaret Louise Glass 
Charles Bryan Goldstein 
Harold Aaron Goldstein, with 

Honors in History 
James Curtis Griffith 
Carl Samuel Habertstein 
Orpha Lorene Hair 
Evelyn Janet Hamilton 
Harold Emil Hansen 
Josephine Kneidl Harrington, with 

Honors in History 
Winston Lloyd Harwood 
Ruth Erma Havens 
Warren Blake Heaps 
James Thurman Edgar Henry 
Mary Bess Herrick 
Dorothy Hershberg 
Vynce Albert Hines 
Lloyd Gaylord Hire 
AIildred Marie Holicky, with Honors 

in Chemistry 
Howard William Horney 
Richard Evan Horrall 
Alice Emma Hough 
Van Franklin Howe 
Esther Willmina Hurd 
Leonard Carlyle Isley 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 12, i<)S3 



Thomas Haynes Jett 

Dorothy Esther Johnson 

Jean Johnston 

Archie Edwin Jones 

Joseph Joslun, Jr. 

Maud Jurjevich 

Lela Jutton 

Jennie Kaplan 

Davis Alvin Kearns-Preston 

Richard Talbot Keller 

Mary Ruth Kelley 

Betty Jane Kendall 

John Herbert Kennedy 

Eleanor Edwards Kimmell 

Paul Donald Kinnaman 

Margaret Lydia Klann 

Norma Jean Knoppel 

Ruth Violet Kopecky 

John Henry Kott 

John Henry Krenkel, with Honors in 

Education and History 
Ianthus Krutsinger 
Frank Bernard Kuntz 
Verla Marie Lampert 
Ethard Newton Lee 
Ruth Etta Leitch 
Anne Lessner 
Evelyn Levin 

Catherine Geraldine Lewis 
Eugene Walter Libner 
John Penick Liggett 
Driver Bradshaw Lindsay 
Doris Lisenby 
BiLLiE Nabo Little 
Seward Charles Locke 
Gladys Marie Long, with High 

Honors in EngHsh 
Le Roy Long, with Honors in 

Mathematics, History, and 

Education 
Henry Peter Longerich 
Margaret Fyfe Lowe 
Dorothy Mae Lyon, with Honors in 

Education 
Grace McAuley 
William Thomas McCabe 
Florence Winifred McCoy 
Winifred Alma McCue 
Mary Ellen McKee 
Ruth Ann McPheron 
Berniece Kathryn McTaggart 
Alfred Helmuth Manzke 
Mary Jane Martin 
Shelby Marlow Martin 
Gladys Emma Meleourn 
Bernadine Helen Meyer 
Bernice Louise Meyer 
Florence Emelyn Miller 
Nicholas Miller 
Anthony Mitchell 
Eugene Wood Morgan 
Glenn Ellis Morris 



Emma Virginia Morton 
Edna Mae Mraz 
Robert Raymond Murphy 
Louise Isabel Neadstine 
Beatrice Miles Nolen 
Bertha Norinsky 
Alma Abigail Norton 
Gladys Annette Novotny, with 

Honors in Education and French 
Josephine Fruin O'Neil 
Glen Gibson Orth 
Ralph Allen Osborn 
William Boyd Owen 
Ruth Charlotte Page 
A. LuciLE Patterson 
Elma Gilmore Patton 
Winifred Ruth Pease 
Florence Rebecca Penstone 
Blanche Josephine Peterson 
Peter Jacob Philhower 
Helen Agnes Pleshar 
Mabel Amelia Poore 
Sarah Jane Prettyman 
Elizabeth Rose Pulley 
Gloria C. Ramos, with High Honors 

in Spanish 
Jack Joseph Rapper 
David Rattner 
Charles Brescoe Redman 
Louis Demming Redman 
Olyn Wayne Reeder 
Samuel Richmond 
Elisabeth Anne Rigge 
Eleanor Catherine Riordan 
Philip Ritzlin 
Alvaro Rodriguez 
Alton Roscoe Rowe 
Hubert Bell Rupert 
Helen Elizabeth Ruther 
Mary Alice Ryan 
Ruth Anna Rysdon 
Etta Mildred Sass 
Dorothy Madge Saunders 
Albert Laughlain Schick 
David Lynn Schlansker 
Susanna W. Scholl 
Alice Louise Schupp 
Beatrice Lucille Scotland 
Anna Jane Scott, with Honors in 

Education 
Eugene Thomas Sealey 
Betty E. Seidl 
Otto Sejba 

Mac Rae Darwin Shannon 
Dorothy Jacqueline Shapiro 
Ruth Mae Shreve 
Frank Greeley Sibley 
Mildred Tritten Simmons 
Margaret Bertha Skudstad 
William Howard Smart 
David Naylor Smith 
Mildred Lois Smith 



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Mary Elizabeth Snell 

Marjorie Ruth Snyder, with Honors 

in Education 
Merville Edmund Somers, with 

Honors in Education and 

Physical Education 
James Francis Sommers 
Irene May Spain 
Vlasta Zoubek Spatny 
Jack Stein 

Ann Dorothea Stiegemeyer 
Marguerite Adele Stiquel 
Virginia Burtis Stotler 
Margaret Ophelia Strudeman 
Grace Harriet Strybis 
Virginia Ellen Sword 
Alice Catherine Sypel 
Miriam Taylor 
Frieda Tenenbaum 
Kathryn Marion Tillman 
Kathleen Martha Timm 



Elmer Arnold Towle 
Esther Caroline Uhl 
Miriam Adele Van Buskirk 
Betty Dolores Walker 
Margaret Watzo 
Helen Madeleine Weckel 
Maurice Sharkey Weintraub 
Artrude Leona Westerheide 
Madge Anne Wheeler 
Elizabet?i Ann White 
Vee White 

Mathew Michael Wingert 
Lillian Margaret Winsor 
Helene Mantella Wooldridge 
Betty Louise Work 
Mervin Swan Yaeger 
James Omar Yeazel 
Clark E. Youmans 
Marian Magdaline Young 
Leonard Christ Zimmerly 



In Home Economics Education 



Elizabeth Frances Artman 
Jane Beall, with Honors in 

Home Economics 
AIarion June Buck 
Ethel Lorena De Atley 
Marie Iola Fleisher, with Honors in 

Home Economics 
Louise Daisy Ghent 
Mary Lee Hurt, with Honors in 

Home Economics 



Frieda Lewis 

Lyle Mary Mamer 

Nellie Ozment 

Lucille Emma Rea 

Ruth Jeanette Reynolds 

Lucille Edith Riser, with Honors in 

Home Economics 
Louise Sophia Roth 
Ruth Marie Schwarz 
Mary Florence Walker 



In Industrial Education 



Harold AIaurice Gray 
Richard Layton Hanlon 
Francis Edward Hyson 



William Eric Johnson 

Ernest John Simon, with Honors in 

Industrial Education 
Charles Joseph Starr 



The School of Journalism 



Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Journalism 



James Danford Baldwin 
Bernard Bergman 
Harold Victor Catt 
Helen Elizabeth Conaway 
Robert Eugene Dwyer 
Frank Byron Edwards 
Russell Edward Elliott 
Harriet Janet Ely 
Helen Aleta Flaningam 
Dorothy Lee Folden 
Charles Gibbs 
Philip Dennett Grover 



Stanley Ingward Gullberg, with 

Honors 
Margaret Handschin 
Winifred Maxine Haslam 
Robert John Hawkins 
Milton Edward Hlava, with Honors 
Donald Stearns Hoebel 
Betty Lou Hughes, with Honors 
William Michael Kelly 
Clayborne Eugene Kisner 
Francis Vincent Koval 
Marian Kusz 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 12, IQSS 



Charles Elmer Logan 
John D. McAdams, Jr. 
Gladys Mildred McBride 
Gerald Garrison McGrew 
Francis Robert Metzdorf 
Marjorie Fisher Morrison, with 

Honors 
George Emil Myers 
Mary Victoria Norkaitis 



Joseph Louis Puerta 
Betty Joanne Starck 
Helene Still 
Marjorie A. Stolzenburg 
Archie Mulliken Walker 
Harold Waldo Waterman 
Laura Violet Wegner 
Arthur Rudolph Wildhagen 
Otto Bernard Willett 



The College of Fine and Applied Arts 
Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Architectural Engineering 



Donald Gaskill Anderson 

William Wold Anderson 

Arthur Asche 

Donald Archibald Baker 

Lewis Edward Barenfanger 

Virgil Wayne Barker, with Honors 

Otto Frederick Baumann 

Milton H. Birger 

James R. Bradford 

Paul V. Brausa 

Anton Charles Brence 

Joe Lehmann Bryson 

Alfred Quincy Campbell 

Meyer Chemers 

Roy Blanchard Cleveland 

Arthur S. Cohen 

Alexander James Davis 

Russell R. Dunlap 

Wilbur C Engebretson 

Oscar L. Fallan 

William Warren Faris 

Robert Carl Geyer 

Robert Willoughby Graham 

John Maurice Hart 



Walter Frederick Hellmich 

Gene Clair Jackson 

Ralph Emerson Koch 

William Leader 

Morgan James Lynge 

Frederick William Mast, with High 

Honors 
Donald Marion Mayne 
Donald Stephen McCloskey, with 

Honors 
Irving Leonard Missner 
Maury Boris Novak 
Joseph Ronald Powell 
Henry Carl Prange, with Honors 
Victor Theodore Sazalinski 
Sophie Helene Schulz 
Joe Richard Schuyler 
John E. Somerville, with High Honors 
George Valentine Whisenand, with 

High Honors 
James Franklin Whisenand, with 

High Honors 
Jack A. Wyman 



In Architecture 



Joseph Lloyd Allen 

Willard R. Auble 

Ben Harry Balaban 

Carl Ronald Bender 

Wilson Connell, Jr. 

Anthony Joseph De Filippis 

Anthony Del Bianco 

Vernon S. Etler 

Stuart Evans 

John Erdman Ferry 

Benjamin X. Forester 

Thaddeus John Glaza, with Honors 

Maxwell Ernest Glicken 



Fred Hepworth Hookham 
William Marshall Horow^itz, with 

High Honors 
William Henry Kapple 
H. Samuel Krus^: 
Warren Daniel Marshall 
Howard Taft Musick 
Patroklos John Papadopulos 
Howard Moor Parkhurst 
Emil M. Pollak 
Ben Eugene Rine, Jr. 
Charles Garman Rummel 
Hubert Argo Smith 



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George Martin Syversen Warren Albert Walther 

Claude Wayne Thomason James Albert Wares 

Henry P. T. Tideman, with Honors 

In Landscape Architecture 

Forrest Eugene Boucher James Eli Moorhead 

Caroline Edgerton Cox Lawrence Mansfield Olson 

Fred H. Kruger Louis Frank Rischar 
Max William AL\tz 

In the City Planning Option in Landscape Architecture 

Kennt:th Robert Cougill, with High Herman Ralph Eckmann 

Honors 

In Music Education 

Harriet J. Baker Edna Alice Michael 

Jane Elizabeth Baker Ettamae E. Mitchell 

Marie Berthe Bonvallet Genevieve Eileen Mott 

Pauline E. Carroll Ruth Fern Peterson 

Ethel B. Green Ruth E. Scott 

Axita Kalis Doris Athalene Thomas 

Mary Z. Luther Rosemary Alice Weir 

Ronald Wellington AIeeker Harold Harrison Wich, with High 

Honors 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Music 

Robert A. Adkins Mary Z. Luther 

Florence Beidelman, with High Alma Inez Miller 

Honors Raymond E. Shultis 

Carolyn ^L Harriman, with High Ruth Marjorie Slater, with High 

Honors Honors 

Ada Dayle Henry, with Honors Alice Evangeline Tubes, with High 
Russell S. Howland, with High Honors 

Honors Harold Harrison Wich, with High 
Charles L. Herts Honors 

Helen Blanche James Kurt 

Candidate for the Degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts 

In Painting 
Ernest Bradfield Freed, with High Honors 



The School of Physical Education 
Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Physical Education 

Beatrice Elizabeth Bell Eugenia Marcella Clinton 

Charles Robert Canfield Alice Lorena DeBower 

Harriet Charlotte Chadwick Mary Jane Evans 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ipss 



Alice Mae Foster 
LuciLE Catherine Gaetje 
Marguerite Elizabeth Hamal 
Evelyn Helen Heinz 
Alice Harriet Kircher 
Blanche Marie Kubalek 
Erma Louise Laning 
Ellen Barbara Lemke 
WiLMA Louise Norbury 
Adele Jeanne Novotny 



Margaret Elizabeth Otis 
Marie Magdalene Ruet 
Henrietta Louise Seames 
Eva Steinert 
William George Theobald 
Frances Isabel Thurman 
Edith Doloras Vance 
Blanche Marie Veach 
Mary Edney Weatherwax 
Ruby Monzella Welch 



The Graduate School 



Candidates for the Degree of Master of Arts 
In Botany 

Mary Ann Duffy, A.B., Rosary College, 1931 
Orie Jacob Eigsti, A.B., Goshen College, 1931 
Orrin John Henbest, B.S., University of Arkansas, 1931 

In Chemistry 

Otto Karl Behrens, Jr., A.B., DePauw University, 1932 
Ruth Josephine Erlanger, A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1931 
Evelyn Margaret Hancock, A.B., Duke University, 1930 
Marlin Templeton Leffler, A.B., Miami University, 1932 
Frank Payne, Jr., A.B., 1932 
William Emerson Starr, A.B., James Millikin University, 1932 

In Classics 

Irene Kertes Carver, A.B., 1931 

Bernice Lee Ernst, A.B., Shurtlefif College, 1932 

Lois Marjorie Hyde, A.B., Oxford College for Women, 1928 

Walter Kennedy, A.B., Augustana College, 1931 

Carl Knoche, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1932 

Alfreda Kathryn Stallman, A.B., North Central College, 1932 

Anne Louise Withers, A.B., Butler University, 1930 

In Economics 

Brice William Bain, B.S., 1932 

Kenneth Walter Hall, A.B., Lawrence College, 1931 
William James Madden, A.B., University of Pittsburgh, 1930 
Sylvia Badieh Paine, A.B., Wellesley College, 1931 
Pei-Jan Tiao, B.S., National Central University, 1926 

In Education 

Omar Dale Alcorn, B.S., 1929 

Ethel Hollister Day, A.B., 1910 

Gertrude B. Fletcher, A.B., Wheaton College, 1926 

Wilfred John Goreham, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1924 

Chester Oscar Jackson, B.S., 1926 

Clarence Oliver Johnson, A.B., Augustana College, 1915 



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NoRMAX LovELLETTE, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 
Heber Eliot Rumble, A.B., Oakland City College, 1924 
Oscar Henry Wisthuff, B.S., 1927 

In English 

Alice Bradford Barry, A.B., Earlham College, 1932 

Miriam Olga Beck, B.S., Purdue University, 1931 

Elizabeth Bird, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1932 

Grace Winifred Burns, A.B., 1925 

Thora Pearl Cole, B.S., 1931 

M.A.BEL Elizabeth Driscoll, A.B., Wheaton College, 1930 

Ann.\ Bell Graham, A.B., Monmouth College, 1930 

Harold Paul Halpert, A.B., New York University, 1932 

GoLD.A. Drusilla Hankl.\, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1931 
\\'illi.\m Weber Johnson, A.B., DePauw University, 1932 
Ol.^ette Gennett Jury, A.B., Knox College, 1929 

Sister Mary Benedict Walshe, A.B., Catholic University o£ America, 1924 
Dorothy Mae Sizer, A.B., 1931 
Dorles Camille Stutzman, A.B., 1925 
Margaret Je.\n Wilhoit, A.B., Lindenwood College, 1932 

In Geology 

Thelma Marion Campbell, A.B., 1924 

In German 

Martha Jean Henley, A.B., 1931 
Gerrit Herman Memming, A.B., 1932 

In History 

^'ELM.A. Ferne Chupp, A.B., James Millikin University, 1929 

Andrew Richard Hoeflin, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1932 

John Arthur AIoe, A.B., Augustana College, 1932 

Mary Josephine ^^Iunn, A.B., Rosary College, 1932 

Waldron Revell Reese, A.B., 1932 

Bert Vaughn Watkins, A.B., 1932 

Josephine Jean Whitfield, A.B., 1932 

In Library Science 

Ferne Evalena DeBeck, A.B., Earlham College, 1923; B.S. (Lib.) 1928 
fP]iM P. ^Latthews, A.B., University of Arkansas, 1916; B.S. (Lib.), 1929 

Eugene Holt Wilson, A.B., Arkansas State Teachers College, 1930; B.S. (Lib.) 
1932 

In Mathematics 

Paul Arnold DeVore, A.B., Knox College, 1932 

Ray Claire Hawley, A.B., Morningside College, 1924 

Elizabeth M. Schenfeldt, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1925 

William Taylor Waterhouse, A.B., 1932 

In Philosophy 
Hillis Adams Staley, A.B., James Millikin University, 1932 



26 Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ip33 

In Physics 

George Rankin Irwin, A.B., Knox College, 1930 
Charles Benjamin Johnson, B.S., Knox College, 1931 
Howard Sparling Pattin, A.B., Marietta College, 1931 
William David Rice, A.B., Asbury College, 1928 
Herman Ansel Whitson, A.B., 1922 

In Political Science 

Leonora Adelaide Cofer, B.S., 1929 

Walter Ervin Collins, B.S., 1932 

Clarence Lewis Hodge, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 

Joseph Newton Rodeheaver, Jr., A.B., 1932 

Elbert Lee Tatum, A.B., 1932 

Harley Raymond Teel, 13. Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 

Ju Chin Yang, A.B., National Tsing Hua University, 1929 

In Psychology 

Charles Heath Bumstead, A.B., 1932 
Ralph Phillip Darling, A.B., 1932 
Doris Shearer, A.B., Knox College, 1932 

In Romance Languages 

Joseph Henri Amiel, B.S., Lycee de Nice, 1920; A.B., College of William and 

Mary, 1930 
Donald Fowler Brown, A.B., Wheaton College, 1932 
Ben Frederic Carruthers, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1932 
Boyd George Carter, A.B., College of William and Mary, 1929 
Pauline Elva Changnon, B.S., 1927 

In Zoology 

Donald Frary Hansen, Ph.B., University of Wisconsin, 1930 
Agnes Cecelia Sodergren, A.B., Rockford College, 1932 

Candidates for the Degree of Master of Science 

In Accountancy 

NoRBERT George Bausch, B.S., Creighton University, 1932 
Attilio Frank Benedetto, B.S., 1931 
Raymond Arthur Hoffman, B.S., 1932 
Noble Junior Litherland, B.S., 1932 

In Agricultural Economics 
Louis Morris Ward, B.S., 1927 

In Agronomy 
Robert Edward Murphy, B.S., 1927 

In Animal Husbandry 

William Earl Hope, B.S., Colorado Agricultural College, 1932 

John Henry Quisenberry, B.S., Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College, 

193 1 
Ernest Clark Shuman, B.S., Massachusetts State College, 1929 
Tsung Tung Tsui, B.S., 1931 j 

In Architecture i 

Charles Frederick Adolph Behrensmeyer, B.S., 1930 S 



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Joe Louis Coppersmith, B.S., University of Cincinnati, 1932 
Edward Joseph Strougal, B.S., 1932 
Saul Sol Weinberg, B.S., 1932 
Arthur Wupper, B.S., 1927 

In Architectural Engineering 
Edward AIcCarter Anderson, B.S., 1932 

In Bacteriology 

Harvey Winser Coddington, B.S., 1932 
Doris Lucile Schneider, A.B., 1932 

In Botany 

Damian William Milhone, A.B., St. Bede College, 1923 
James Howard Tate, Jr., A.B., DePauw University, 1931 

In Business Organization and Operation 

Wayne Farley Caskey, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1930 
George Blust Keck, B.S., 1928 

In Ceramic Engineering 

Kenneth Cassingham Lyon, B.S., 1931 
Russell Edward Mullady, B.S., 1930 

In Chemistry 

Fred Elmer Condo, B.S., 1931 

John Casner Crane, B.S., 1928 

"AIisc.\l Leon Fierke, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1926 

ScHEURiNG Session Fierke, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1932 
James Martin Fulton, B.S., 1931 
John Lukins Gring, B.S., 1932 

Ralph Henry McCormack, B.S., University of Chicago, 1929 
Charles Rudolph Naeser, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1931 
Richard Perry Neville, A.B., Westminster College, 1930 
James Russell Skidmore, B.S., 1932 
Wilson Vincent Upton, B.S., Monmouth College, 1932 

In Civil Engineering 

Hayse Henry Black, B.S., University of Iowa, 1929 

Harlan Eugene Brown, Jr., B.S., Oregon State Agricultural College, 1931 

John V. Coombe, B.S., 1930 

William Theodore Cox, B.S., University of Utah, 1931 

Horatio May Fitch, B.S., 1923 

Eldon Carlyle Grafton, B.S., State College of Washington, 1926 

William Perry Jones, Jr., B.S., 1932 

Richard Benson Kitch, B.S., 1932 

John Nicholas Pirok, B.S., 1931 

Clifford Noel Stutz, B.S., University of Utah, 1932 

Mehmed Ali Tahsin, B.S., Robert College, 1932 

In Dairy Husbandry 
Cloyde Yates McCown, B.S., 1930 » 

In Economics 

Vernon Paul Christman, B.S., 1932 

Charles Henry Creasser, B.S., Butler University, 1932 

Eleanor Fay Dollins, B.S., 1931 



28 Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ipj^ 

William Harry Hill, B.S., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1930 

Wayne Linton McMillen, B.S., 1932 

James Charles Pettee, B.S., 1932 

John Junior Thornborrow, B.S., 1932 

Pen-Ching Tiao, B.S., 1932 

Dill Preston Van Duyn, B.S.. 1929 

Harry Chiu Wong, A.B., Hamline University, 1932 

In Education 

Thomas Morse Barger, A.B., 1907 

Dwight Laughlin Barr, B.S., 1925 

Mary Werts Beam, B.S., 1925 

Charles Leander Binna, B.S., 1931 

Esther May Bottenfield, B.S., 1932 

John Leslie Bower, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1928 

Clyde Meviric Campbell, B.S., Knox College, 1924 

Irma Loraine Curry, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1932 

Walter Herman Ehlert, B.S., 193 1 

Arthur Albert Esslinger, B.S., 1931 

Leland Henry Fish, B.S., 1929 

Chester Malcolm Hammerlund, B.S., 1929 

Oscar August Hankner, B.S., 1930 

Mary MacDermott Kern, B.S., 1932 

Myron Edward McEndarfer, B.S., 1929 

Fred Harold Miller, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1927 

Nathan Ralph Mohar, B.Ed., lUinois State Normal University, 1929 

George Oneal, B.S., 1931 

In Electrical Engineering 

David Edwin Chapman, B.S., 1932 

John Godfrey Lips, B.S., University of Louisville, 1931 

Franklin Close Miller, B.S,, 1932 

John Ernest Nelson, B.S., University of Colorado, 1932 

William Joseph Warren, B.S., University of Santa Clara, 1931 

Louis Everett Wetherhold, B. S., 1927 

In Entomology 
Clyde Wilson Kearns, B.S., Colorado Agricultural College, 1931 

In Geology 

Hugh Philo Nicholson, B.S., Iowa State College, 1923 
Thomas Reilly Parker, A.B., 1932 

In Home Economics 

Sarah Irene Jacobs, B.S., 1931 

Ruth Thelma Krouse, B.S., Simpson College, 1928 

In Horticulture 

Chunlin Chung, B.S., University of California, 1931 
Charles Edgar Wilmeth, B.S., 1932 

In Library Science 

Ale Houkom, A.B., St. Olaf College, 1921 ; B.S. (Lib.), 1931 
Edith Carrington Jones, A.B., A.M., Washington University, 1916, 1917; B.S. 
(Lib.), 1927 



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In Mathematics 

William Hexry Myers, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1930 
Fran'cis Joseph Stenzel, B.S., 1932 

In Mechanical Engineering 

Wilbur Harlan Dowell, B.S., 1932 

Maynard Millington Easley, B.S., 1932 

Warren Skinner Harris, B.S., 1930 

Allen Caesar Hottes, B.S., 1932 

Arthur Francis Hubbard, B.S., University of Texas, 1931 

In Mining Engineering 
Henry Emmett Gross, B.S., Missouri School of Mines, 1928 

In Physics 

Weldon Henry Brandt, A.B., North Central College, 1931 

Robert Obed Burns, B.S., Knox College, 1931 

Joseph Arthur Kies, B.S., 1931 

Sister Mary Huberta McCarthy, B.S., St. Xavier College, 1932 

Robert James West, B.S., 1931 

In Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 
Curtis Walter Dollins, B.S., 1930 

In Transportation 
Man Hin Kan, A.B., Sun Yat Sen University, 1929 

In Zoology 

Frieda Matilda Brackebusch, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1932 

Ray Chambers, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1930 

Evert E. Conder, B.S., Purdue University, 1931 

Edward Ferguson, Jr., A.B., 1929 

William Hugh Headlee, A.B., Earlham College, 1929 

William Roy Jackson, B.S., 1932 

Candidates for Professional Degrees in Engineering 

The Degree of Master of Architecture 
Warren William Day, B.S., M.S., 1910, 1932 

The Degree of Ceramic Engineer 

Frederic Schaefer Markert, B.S., 1924 

Richard George Mills, B.S., 1927; M.S., Rutgers University, 1930 

The Degree of Civil Engineer 

William Albert Oliver, B.S.E., University of Michigan, 1922; M.S., 1928 
Harry Edward Schlenz, B.S., M.S., 1927, 1929 

The Degree of Electrical Engineer 

Earl Walston Atkison, B.S., 1922 
Lester LeRoy Phillips, B.S., 1912 



3o Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ipjj 

Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 
In Agronomy 

Orville Thomas Bonnett, B.S., M.S., Kansas State Agricultural College, 1918, 
1927. Tillering in barley as influenced by certain plant characteristics. 

Zaver Harkha Patel, B.S., M.S., University of Bombay, 1927, 1930; A.T.I. Sc, 
Bangalore, India, 1930. Cause of seed abortion in soybeans and other crop 
plants. 

Russell Scott Stauffer, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1917; M.S., 1923. In- 
fluence of parent material on soil character in a humid temperate climate. 

Moses Sing-Dung Swen, B.S., M.S., Purdue University, 1928, 1930. Factors af- 
fecting flower shedding in soybeans. 

Cornelius Austin Van Doren, B.S., M.S., 1928, 1929. Bound water and electri- 
cal conductivity as measures of cold resistance in winter wheat. 

David Cleveland Wimer, B.S., M.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1915, 1921. The 
composition of mature com stover as affected by variety, soil type, and 
fertilizer treatment. 

In Bacteriology 

Francis Matthew Clark, B.S., M.S., 1923, 1926. The formation of hydrogen 
sulfide by thermophilic bacteria. 

John B. Rehm, B.S., Allegheny College, 1929; M.S., 1931. The effect of aeration 
on microorganisms. 

Elbert Mollis Ruyle, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1929; M.S., 1931. The micro- 
biology of canned meat products. 

Isaac Evan Wheaton, B.S., M.S., University of Maryland, 1925, 1927. The ef- 
fect of salt on microorganisms. 

In Botany 

Clifton Childress Doak, B.S., North Texas State Teachers College, 1922; M.S., 
Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1928. The long shoot and the 
dwarf shoot of pines. 

Theodore Melrose Sperry, B.S., Butler University, 1929; M.S., 1931. Root-sys- 
tems in Illinois prairie. 

In Chemistry 

Chin Chang, A.B., University of Michigan, 1930; A.M., 1931. Stereochemistry 
of dipyrryl and dipyrryl-benzenes. 

John Roy Doty, B.S., Monmouth College, 1927. Are traces of aluminum neces- 
sary for normal nutrition? 

Homer Russell Duffey, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1926, M.S., 1928. A study of the 
equilibrium between propylene, hydrogen sulfide, and iso-propyl mercaptan. 

Fred Alexander Dykins, Ph.B., St. Louis College of Pharmacy, 1924; B.S., 
M.S., 1929, 1930. Preparation of a palatable sirup from Jerusalem artichokes. 

William PIenry Horne, B.S., New York University, 1929. I. The reaction be- 
tween diethylamine and ethylene oxide. II. Some new local anesthetics: 
A. Para-aminobenzoates of dialkylaminoethoxy alcohols. B. Para-amino- 
phenyl urethanes of dialkylamino-alcohols. III. The action of optically ac- 
tive nitrates on ketones. 

Elmer Ely Jukkola, A.B., Yankton College, 1926. The preparation and proper- 
ties of some of the rare earth metals. 

Walter Klabunde, B.S., 1928. Magnetic moment of the iron atom. 

Albert Ensign Knauf, B.S., A.M., Western Reserve University, 1928, 1929. The 
stereochemistry of diisoduryl disulfonic acid and certain N-phenyl triazoles. 

Milford Rhodes Lehman, A.B., University of California, 1928; M.S., 1930. The 
polymerization of bromoheptyl- and bromooctyl-dimethylamines. 



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JoHX Neil Mrgudich, B.S., M.S., University of Arizona, 1929, 1930. I. An X- 
ray diffraction study of high tension impregnated paper cables. II. An X-ray 
diffraction study of the effect of rachitis upon the structural characteristics 
of bone. 

Harl.\n Willis Nelson, B.S., University of North Dakota, 1929; M.S., 1930. A 
study of the oxidation of pyritic sulfur in bituminous coal. 

John Orion P.age, B.S., University of Rochester, 1927; M.S., 1931. Studies on 
enzj'me action. 

Arthltr Ward Saddington, B.S., M.S., University of Alberta, 1929, 1931. Tem- 
perature-solubility relations in liquid-vapour systems under pressure. 

William Edward Sohl, B.S., Case School of Applied Science, 1928; M.S., 1931. 
The preparation and properties of compounds related to cuscohygrine. 

June Chien-Yu Tsao, A.B., AI.S., Cornell University, 1929, 1930. Rearrangement 
of polyines. Tetra-biphenyl-tertiary-butyl-ethinyl-ethane. 

Milton Heins Wahl, A.B., Central Wesleyan College, 192S; A.M., University 
of ^lissouri, 1930. The formation of hydrogen peroxide in the water vapor 
discharge. 

Charles Orville Werner, A.B., University of Montana, 1928; M.S., 1931. A 
study of the formation of molecular addition compounds by means of crystal 
diffraction data. 

In Classics 

Stephen William Paine, A.B., Wheaton College, 1930; A.M., 1931. Aspects of 

the appropriate name in Greek. 
Donald Everett Strout, A.B., Bates College, 1930; A.M., 1931. The latent Greek 

element in the technical vocabulary of Donatus. 

In Economics 

Frank Herman Beach, A.B., M.S., 1916, 1931. The monetary theories of John 
Law. 

Cyrus Stanley Corey, A.B., Colby College, 1928; A.M., 1931. The Supreme 
Court and state taxation of interstate commerce. 

Paul Martin Green, A.B., Miami University, 1926; M.S., 1927. General Motors 
Corporation, a study in corporate consolidation and finance. 

Leonard Royal Koser, B.S., State University of Iowa, 1930; M.S., 1931. Public 
control of the production by public utilities of electric power. 

Shison Chinglin Lee, A.B., University of Nanking, 1926; M.S., 1930. Farm 
mortgage credit in relation to the transfer of farm land with special refer- 
ence to Illinois, 1910-1932. 

William Bruce Lockling, A.B., A.M., University of California, 1927, 1929. 
Recent developments in the theory of the foreign exchanges. 

Robert Wallace AIayer, B.S., M.S., 1930, 1931. Trading on the equity by pub- 
lic utility operating companies. 

Ranbir Singh, B.S., University of California, 1929; M.S., 1930. Rural coopera- 
tive banking systems for short term and intermediate credit in Canada, 
United States, and the Union of South Africa. 

Ping-Nan Tsu, A.B., A.M., University of California, 1930, 1931. Economic sur- 
plus and its taxation. 

In Education 

Harry Louis Metter, B.S., AI.S., 1924, 1925. The arithmetic curriculum since 
i860. 

Charles Wilson Sanford, B.S., M.S., 1929, 1930. A critical study of certain 
aspects of infant and common school education 1810-40. 

Vivian Thomas Smith, A.B., Greenville College, 1916; A.M., 1929. The corre- 
spondence between occupations and major specializations of graduates of the 
University of Illinois of the class of 1923. 



32 Candidates for Degrees, June 12, jpjj 

In Engineering 

William R. Osgood, A.B., Harvard College, 1917; B.S., Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology, 1919; M.S., 1924. Column strength of tubes elastically re- 
strained against rotation at the ends. 

In English 

Dorothy Burrows, A.B., A.M., 1927, 1928. The relation of Dryden's serious 
plays and dramatic criticism to contemporary French literature. 

Frederic Daniel Lemke, A.B., A.M., University of Wisconsin, 1926, 1927. George 
Eliot and her predecessors in village literature. 

In Entomology 

Herbert Holdsworth Ross, B.S., University of British Columbia, 1927; M.S., 
1929. The ancestry, wing venation, and classification of the primitive Hy- 
menoptera. 

In Geology 

Chester Burns Claypool, A.B., DePauw University, 1924; A.M., 1929. The Wil- 
cox of Central Texas. 

Charles Rollin Lorain Oder, A.B., A.M., University of Virginia, 1928, 1929. 
The stratigraphy, structure, and paleontology of the zinc-bearing Knox 
dolomite, between Jefferson City and Bristol, Tennessee. 

In German 

Edward Martin Mueller, A.B., A.M., 1929, 1931. A study of the use of invec- 
tive in the writings of Martin Luther. 

Donald Farnham Munro, B.S., A.M., Acadia University, 1926, 1927. Nature- 
feeling in modern German poetry. 

William Ildephonse Schreiber, A.B., Conception College, 1926; A.M., Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin, 1929. The social elements of the humanistic school dia- 
logues of the 15th and i6th centuries. 

In History 

George La Verne Anderson, A.B., A.M., University of Kansas, 1926, 1931. The 
national banking system, 1865-1875: a sectional institution. 

Manning Julian Dauer, Jr., A.B., A.M., University of Florida, 1930, 1931. The 
basis of the support for John Adams in the Federalist Party. 

In Horticulture 

James Streator Potter, B.S., M.S., 1927, 1929. The chromosomes of selected 

Mains species and crab forms. 
Joseph Edwin Vaile, B.S., M.S., 1928, 1929. The influence of environmental 

factors on the development of the pollen pistil and fruit in the strawberry. 

In Mathematics 

Sherburne Frederick Barber, A.B., A.M., University of Rochester, 1929, 1930. 

Planar Cremona transformations. 
Josephine Hughes Chanler, A.B., Western Kentucky Teachers College, 1927; 

A.M., 1930. Poristic double binary forms. 
Harry Edward Crull, A.B., A.M., 1930, 1931. Quartic surfaces invariant in 

the symmetric group, G24. 



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In Physics 

John Joseph Gibbons, Jr., A.B., M.S., 1928, 1930. Theory of fine structure (neon 
isotope shift). 

H.A.R0LD Me.\de ^^0TT-SMITH, Jr., A.B., Cornell University, 1919. Certain inte- 
gral transformations connected with the summation problem. 

Fr.'\nk Milton Sparks, B.S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1926; M.S., 1929. 
The absorption spectrum of diatomic bismuth. 

R.^YEN Welch Tyler, A.B., James Millikin University, 1926; A.M., 1927. The 
magnetic susceptibility of MnO as a function of the temperature. 

In Political Science 

Lincoln Hsiu Cha, A.B., Boone University, 1922; B.L.S., A.M., 1929, 1930. Li- 
ability in the law of aviation. 

Carroll Kingsley Shaw, A.B., Oberlin College, 1928; A.M., Syracuse Univer- 
sity, 1929. Administrative control of field services in the United States 
Treasury Department. 

Harold Tascher, A.B., A.AL, 1925, 1926. American foreign policy relative to 
the selection of the Trans-Isthmian Canal route. 

In Psychology 

Leland Hyrum Stott, A.B., Brigham Young University, 1927; A.M., University 
of L^tah, 1929. The discrimination of short tonal durations. 

In Zoology 

Ralph George Clausen, A.B., A.M., Colgate University, 1923, 1925. The body 

temperature of fresh water fishes and its effect on metabolism. 
Sewell Hepburn Hopkins, B.S., College of William and Mary, 1927; A.M., 1929. 

The morphology, life histories, and relationships of the papillose Allocrea- 

diidae. 
John Gilman Mackin, B.S., East Central State Teachers College, 1924; M.S., 

1927. Studies on the morphology and life history of nematodes in the genus 

Spironeura. 



Degrees Conferred June 9, 1933, 
in Chicago 

The College of Medicine 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



Samuel Alfred Adland 

Ellis Bonnell 

Clement Clark Coleman 

James Caleb Ellis 

Erving Francis Geever 

George Gilman 

Jacob A. Glassman 

Abraham Gorodazky 

Aaron Gunther 

Rudolph William Hack 

Zigmore Harris 

•Richard Teal Haverstock 

Paul E. Hefner 

Kenneth Franklin Hughes 

Carl Ireneus, Jr. 

John Hick Johnson 

George Louis Kravtsow 

Milton Kurth 

Albert Thomas Kwedar 

Herbert Lang 

Aaron S. Mason 

Lorrell Edward Mess man 



James Joseph Murphy 
James Stedman Reynolds 
Keith Rhea 
Sidney Sigmund Rooth 
Irving Hyman Rosenthal 
Robert Edward Schettler 
Herbert Abel Schiller 
John Lavine Schilsky 
Kenneth Fosnes Schneider 
Harry L Shulruff 
Robert James Sigler 
Danely Philip Slaughter 
Raymond Elmer Sorensen 
Adelbert L. Spiller 
Albert Elon Steer 
Richard Vawter Stevenson 
Frank Joseph Tesar 
Milton Tinsley 
Morris Waisman 
Leonard Weissman 
Raymond Benedict White 



The Certificate in Medicine 



Cyril Jacob Anslinger, B.S. 
Bruce Ned Balding, A.B., B.S. 
Michael Ballin, B.S. 
Lester Sidney Baskin, B.S. 
Paul Barnabus Bauer 
Maurice Loren Becker, B.S. 
Robert Edward Bedard, A.B. 
Arthur Bernstein, B.S. 
Harold Carroll Bernstein, B.S. 
Samuel Leonard Bernstein, B.S. 
Harry S. Bezman, B.S. 
Alexander Oscar Birgerson, B.S. 
Ellis Bonnell 
Charles Elmer Branch, B.S. 
Harry Brodsky 
George Freeman Brooks, A.B. 
Donald Dinsmore Burroughs, B.S. 
Morris Buyer 



Harold Jesse Cawthorne, A.B., B.S. 

Bernard Victor Chern, B.S. 

William Arnold Christian, Jr., B.S. 

Francis Anthony Cirrincione, B.S. 

Jacob Cohen, B.S. 

Melvin Russell Cohen, B.S. 

Robert Bruce Collins, B.S. 

Oscar H. Comess 

James Oliver Conklin, B.S. 

Harry Cooper 

Clarence Stephen Costigan, B.S. 

Albert Donald Coyne, B.S. 

Fred Louis Darnall 

Casimir Demski, B.S. 

Helen Octavia Dickens 

Clyde Allan Dickinson 

Max M. Dunn, B.S. 

Milton Arnold Dushkin, B.S. 



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35 



Claude Irving Ellis, B.S. 

James Caleb Ellis, A.B. 

Harlan English, B.S. 

Fr.\nk Joseph Fara, Jr., B.S. 

Leland Kenneth Farlander, B.S. 

Emanuel Feinhandler, B.S. 

Nathan S. Fox 

Anthony Fr.\ncona, B.S. 

Ralph Waldo Freeman, A.B., B.S. 

Seeley B. Furby 

Sam Sigmund Gilbert, B.S. 

Abraham Mitchell Gottlieb, B.S. 

Jacob D. Gottlieb, B.S. 

Bernard Louis Greenstein, B.S. 

N.A.THAX Richard Gusinow, B.S. 

C.\RL Julius Gustafson, B.S. 

Wesley Axel Gustafson 

Deloss Reed Hanley, B.S. 

James Fr.'VNK Harris 

Lewis AIichael Helper 

Clifford Alva Hendricks 

Zelma Lamb Herndon, B.S. 

Ross Edward Herrmann, B.S. 

Sam Holtzman, B.S. 

Joseph Louis Hrdina, Ph.C. 

Nathan G. Ingber, B.S. 

William Francis Jacobs, A.B., B.S. 

Eric Gunnar Johnson, B.S. 

Stephen Patrick Johnson, Jr., B.S. 

Cletus Timothy Kearney, B.S. 

George Thomas Kersey 

AL'\URicE Klotz, B.S. 

Sidney Deutsch Klow 

Joseph Louis Knapp, B.S. 

David Sydney Kor.\nsky, B.S. 

Julius Maurice Krevitt, B.S. 

J.A.CK Kruglick, B.S. 

Leo Carroll Larkin 

Homer Lee Lawder, A.B., B.S. 

Samuel O. Levin 

Albert Joseph Levine, B.S. 

Jacob Levy, B.S. 

Kenneth Elbert Lewis, B.S. 

Samuel J. Lipnitzky 

Morris Lester Lipstein, Ph.G. 

Julius Lustig, B.S. 

Robert McCune, Jr., B.S. 

Bernard Edward AIalstrom 

Samuel Manelis, B.S. 

Meyer B. Marks, B.S. 

Louis Philip Matthei, B.S. 

IS.A.DORE Meyers, B.S. 

Harry Dudley Miller, Jr., B.S. 

Howard Russell Miller, A.B., B.S. 



Irving Mishkin, B.S. 

Ira Telford Moore 

Philip Howard Narodick, B.S. 

Gus Warlick Neece 

Albert Nehf, B.S. 

Eugene Madison Parker 

Joseph Aloysius Patka, B.S. 

Samuel Arthur Purves, A.B. 

Reino Hendrick Puumala, B.S. 

David Benjamin Radner, Ph.G., B.S. 

William John Reed 

Sol Rome, B.S. 

Fred John Roos 

Gabriel Rose, B.S. 

Abraham Boris Schubert 

Irving Schuman, B.S. 

Herman Mayes Schwerer, A.B. 

Willard Edwin Shinglman, B.S. 

Norman Silverstein, B.S. 

William Robert Sladek, B.S. 

Gilbert Elden Smith 

Robert Archie Smith 

Ralph Edgerton Speer 

Maurice Stamler, B.S. 

Edward Joseph Steiner, B.S. 

Joseph B. Teton, B.S. 

Paul Gustav Thode 

Samuel Julius Turner 

Frank Edward Urbanek, B.S. 

Harry Fleming Vail, B.S. 

Albert Joseph Vesely 

Harry Charles Vesely 

Frank Burkhart Voris, B.S. 

Maxwell Nathan Wacker, B.S. 

Irwin Jerome Waldman, B.S. 

Joseph Monroe Walker, Jr., B.S. 

Margaret Wallace, B.S. 

James Alexander Weatherly 

Arthur Rudolph Weihe, B.S. 

William Weisdorf, B.S. 

Morris Weiss 

Jack Worthington Welty, B.S. 

Ernest William Werbel, B.S. 

Solomon Carl Werch, B.S. 

Richard Elroy Westland, B.S. 

Ernest Bernard Williams, B.S. 

James Alfred Winsberg, B.S. 

Albyn Garrett Wolfe, A.B., B.S. 

Joseph Alfonso Zalar, B.S. 

Irving Ziedman, A.B., B.S. 

Lazar Eli Zimmerman, B.S. 

Allan Joseph Zimring, B.S. 

Nathan Zolt, B.S. 



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Degrees Conferred June p, i9S3> ^^ Chicago 



The College of Dentistry 
The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



Paul Oscar Boyle 

Irving Burlakoff 

Gordon Gerard Chinnock 

William Franklin Denneman 

Leonard Gelfand 

Marshall Frederick Carl Grunwald 



Robert Arthur Hoehn 
Adolph Klein 
David Solomon Kleinberg 
Jacob Leo Rachlin 
Joe Graham Ronalds 
John Monroe S pence 



The Degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery 



James Henry Barr 
David Neil Bradley, Jr. 
Edwin Paul Crabbe 
William Franklin Denneman 
Allan Oscar Drayton, B.S. 
John Bernard Erich, B.S., M.D. 
James Albert Gagnon, B.S. 
Oscar Karpf 



Elmer Victor Petulik 
Edward Clarence Sahlstrom 
Don Alfred Vespa 
Ned James Vespa, B.S. 
Emanuel Hirsch Weinberg 
Albin Henry Wybraniec, B.S. 
Rudolph George Zerdun 



The College of Pharmacy 
The Degree of Pharmaceutical Chemist 



Jerome Stanley Aaron 

Sam Roy Abrams 

Homer W. Alvey, Jr. 

LaMarr Eric Aronson 

Harold William Asp 

David Axelrod 

Anthony Joseph Baginski 

Abe Banoff 

George M. Bass, Jr. 

Sally Catherine Batkevich 

Morris Milton Becker 

James A. Beeby 

David Edward Berman 

Milton Chester Bernstein 

Victor John Bostic 

Irving Brunstein 

William Washington Buchanan 

Marie E. Bukovsky 

Charles Robert Bury 

Max Zenith Cahan 

Walter Leslie Caplinger 

Paul Robert Carlson 

Dwight E. Chase 

John Chekauckas 

John Chesta, Jr. 

Roy Eilert Christiansen 

Arthur Cyril Collins 

Harold Reid Corson 

Anthony Alexander Dargis 

Joseph Patrick Delaney 

Ferdinand Eugene Dey 

John Joseph Ewald 



Silvio Louis Fabbro 
Samuel Hyman Feinberg 
Max Isidore Fox 
James Louis Frank 
Elton A. Fredrickson 
Edward Stanley Gliniecki 
Ralph William Hagemann 
Harry Harvey Hartleb 
Irwin Hattis 
William Stanley Hayden 
Fred Laughlin Janes 
Max Kachman 
Norman W. Kalsow 
Harry J. Kaplan 
Edmund A. Karwacki 
Edmund Florian Karwowski 
Dorothy Kemp 
Nathan Keren 
Robert Charles Kolar 
Stanley W. Kondziela, with 

High Honors 
William Frank Kopta 
Arnold Stanley Kowalski 
Walter Otto Krueger 
Bronislaus Thomas Krupa 
Harry Karl Kuhrt 
Peter Ladigo 
Milton Harold Laskov 
Angelo J. Lending 
Harry Lerner 
Adam Vincent Lipinski 
Robert Louis Lipschultz 



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37 



Sylvester Ludtka 

Francis Patrick Lyman 

Henry Mehintz 

Harry H. Mendelsohn 

Harry A. Mikkola 

Menroy B. Mills 

Rose Evelyn Monaco 

Sam Mostozky 

Herbert Van Meter Moyers 

John El wood Mlhr 

Raymond Carl AIuno 

\'. Jerome Napieralski 

Walter George Naurocki 

David Neikrug 

Irving Odess 

James John Olney 

Joseph S. Penn 

Sophia Felicia Poska 

Albert Rice 

Julian Joseph Romane 

Elsie Josephine Ross 

Abe Rubinson 



M. Bernard Sanow 

Isadore Sapkin 

Sigmund Shinglman 

Harry Lonny Silverman 

]\Iilton Snitowsky 

David Ralph Solomon 

John James Stuchlik 

Joseph Charles Svarc 

Wayne Keith Taylor 

Morris Trachtenberg 

Paul Ludwig Trauten 

Joseph Walter Turkiewicz 

James Joseph Vencovsky 

Joanna Marie Vernieri 

Dorothy Florence Voigt, with Honors 

Walter Wysocki 

Thomas C. Yannias 

Orville James Young 

Joseph Stanley Zabella 

Rose Lillian Zak 

Harold Dixon Zentner 

Harry Zopolsky 



The Certificate in Pharmacy 



Walter Alfred Cassarella 
Julian Claitman 
Louis Ehrlich 
Benny Helper 
Louis Kozak 



J. Lustgarten Krohn 
Eugene Sonkin 
Ralph Swisko 
Mitchell Frank Zienty 



The Graduate School 

The Degree of Master of Science 

In Bacteriology 

Alexander AIichael Bart, F.E., Imperial Institute of Forestry, Petrograd, 

Russia, 1915 
Floyd Herman Eggert, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1926 
Titus Maurice Johnson, A.B., Wheaton College, 1928; B.S., Northwestern 

University, 1929 
James Emmett O'Malley, B.S., University of Chicago, 1930 
SiLKA Stocker, A.B., Wellesley College, 1927 

In Orthodontia 

Andrew Charles Godwin, B.S., D.D.S., 1929, 1932 

Abraham Goldstein, D.D.S., 1924 

Martin Sidney Strickler, D.D.S., Columbia University, 193 1 

In Pathology 

Leonidas Harris Berry, B.S., University of Chicago, 1925 ; M.D., Rush Medical 

College, 1930 
Melvin Russell Cohen, B.S., 1931 

In Pharmacology 
Jack Worthington W'elty, B.S., 1931 

In Physiology 
David Sidney Miller, B.S., 1930 



Degrees Conferred Since the Last 
Commencement 



Conferred in August and October, 1932, 
and in February, 1933 

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

The Degree of Bachelor of Arts 

In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Florence Gwendolyn Bardwell 

(August) 
Phyllis Myra Barnett (February) 
F. Merrill Becker (February) 
GusTAV MosiER Berg (August) 
Josephine Parish Berg (August) 
Berneice Isabelle Besore (October) 
John Meeker Bookwalter (October) 
Lane William Brearton (October) 
Wilfred John Brogden (February) 
Mary Jane Caldwell (October) 
Helen Louise Campbell (February) 
William Charles Caton (October) 
Regina Hill Cochrane, with Honors 

in French (February) 
Charles Francis Cockrell (February) 
Dorothy Juliet Cohen (February) 
Alonzo Burton Conklin, Jr. 

(February) 
John Maurice Connor (February) 
Mary Crawford, H (August) 
Christine Watson Daniels (October) 
William Lee Dickinson (October) 
John Emerson Dodds, Jr. (February) 
Louise Gertrude Fuhrop (February) 
Elsie Annette von Gerichten, with 

Honors in English (October) 
Eileen Patricia Grace Gleason 

(February) 
Max Reed Goodson (February) 
Mary Elizabeth Griffith (February) 
Robert Paul Hays (October) 
Jamaine Dorcas Henkes (October) 
ToLBERT Junior Hill (February) 
Jeannette Marie Amelia Hills, with 

Honors in German (February) 



Vilette Dorothy Hohman (October) 
Sara Margaret Hughes (February) 
Mary Jane Hutton (October) 
Mary-Elizabeth Jackman, with 

Honors in English (February) 
Helen Rubydean Jacobs (February) 
Marguerite Kahn (February) 
Robert Crane Kammerer (February) 
Sylva Karasick (February) 
Ralph Kleinschmidt (October) 
James Barry Lennon, Jr. (October) 
Homer Vitalis Lundeberg (October) 
Harold Donovan McCormick 

(February) 
Howard Sheldon McFarland 

(February) 
Mildred Lucille McGraw (February) 
Robert Work McGregor (October) 
Charles McMullen (October) 
Alexander Macreff, with Honors in 

French (February) 
Morton Mordecai Mandel (October) 
Hannah Marks (October) 
Ralph Joseph Thomas Moloney 

(February) 
LiNA Maria Moulton (August) 
Sidney Maurice Nierman (October) 
Florence Azalia Nordine (February) 
Revilo Pendleton Oliver, with High 

Honors in English (February) 
Margaret Simmons Olsen (February) 
Paul Joseph O'Neill (October) 
Amy Gladys Parker (August) 
Theodore August Carl Rathje 

(October) 
John James Rea (February) 



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Waldrox Revell Reese, with High Hope Scott Thalman (October) 

Honors in History (August) Charles Claude Thatcher (August) 

Jonas Robinson (February) Robert John Thomson (February) 

Morton Strauss Roskoph (August) Raymond Emil Trafelet (February) 

Frank Erdmund Ruh (October) A. Willard Turner (October) 

Margaret Rutherford (October) Katherine Minerva Vance (October) 

Anthony John Sakelson (February) Schuyler Bascomb Vaughan, Jr. 

Jack Edward Salter (October) (October) 

Stanley Melvin Schewel (October) William Wyman Vincent (February) 

Charles Arthur Schicht (February) Hazel Irene Walker (October) 

Keith Foster Scott (February) Louise Elizabeth Watson (October) 

Herbert Axel Sjolander (February) Nina AIae Watson (October) 

Edmund Snively, with High Honors in Arthur Watts, Jr. (October) 

History (February) Marjorie W^ham (February) 

Leon Phillip Star (February) Josephine Jean Whitfield, with 

George William Frederick Stripling Honors in History (October) 

(February) Phyllis Dagmar Williams (October) 

^Laurice Wesley Slt-lins (October) John Paul Wollstadt (August) 

Archie Emanuel Swanson (August) Pete Joseph Yanuskus (February) 

Margery Bernadine Tammen Lester Harold Yavitz (October) 

(February) Monica Klein Yonce (October) 

Aloysious Felix Tasch (October) Virginia Louise Ziegler (February) 

In Home Economics 

^La.rion Evelyn Hadley (February) Pearl Marie Shrimplin (October) 
KA.THRINE Elisabeth Nickoley 
(October) 



The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 

NicoLAE Adam (February) Harold Willard Geuther (February) 

Brice William Bain, with Honors in Arthur Edwin Heath (October) 

Chemistry (October) Edmond Stephen Rinehart (October) 

Abner Hugh Barr (February) Ralph E. Rinkenberger (February) 

Stewart Thomas Bauer (October) Helen Jane Sangwin (February) 
Thomas Knight Cline (February) 

In Chemical Engineering 

Alden Gates Caldwell (February) Pablo Manuel Nicolas (February) 

Paul Theodore Hofhenke (February) Leo Allen Rauch (October) 

Chan ^La.nn Lu (February) William Wallace Turner 
John William Martin (October) (February) 

James William Nelson (February) 

In Chemistry 

Edward George Appel (February) James Russell Skidmore (August) 

Glen Eliphalet Babcock (February) Robert Struve (October) 
Paul Berger Geiger (October) 



40 



Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 



The College of Commerce and Business 
Administration 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Accountancy 



Vincent Joe Bogdansky (February) 
Irwin Allen Cochrun (February) 
George James Curzon (October) 
William McDonald Feldman 

(October) 
Raymond Arthur Hoffman, with 

Honors (August) 



Howard Deerson Holzman (October) 
Charles Alfred Jackson, with 

Honors (August) 
Mark Dunham Littler, with High 

Honors (February) 
Carlos Lentz Renfrew (February) 
Allen Schwalb (February) 



In Banking and Finance 



LoREN Orville Edlund (February) 
Gilbert Howard Erb (October) 
Frank William Gilbertson 

(February) 
Richard Warren Haines (February) 



Robert Clive Ingersoll (February) 
Edmund Harold Jordan (February) 
Aaron Payne Rhodes (August) 
Mervin Eugene Volle (February) 
Robert John Wolgast (August) 



In Commerce and Law 



Lloyd Stephen Engert (October) 
Owen Wray Hamel (February) 



Oscar Robert Hamlink (October) 
Raymond Newton Rooks (August) 



William Milton Floyd (February) 
John Hammond Owen, with Honors 
(February) 



In Foreign Commerce 

Yeh Chung Yen (October) 



In General Business 



Helen Gain Cleavelin (February) 
Harold Clayton Dowell (August) 
John Edward Downey (October) 
Wallace W. Drueck (October) 
Carl Arthur Erickson (August) 
Harold Ernst (February) 
Weta Bernice Footitt (August) 
Joseph Austin Gallentine (October) 
Roger William Hibbard (October) 
John R. Hodge (February) 
Joseph William Krippel (October) 
Leslie August Krumdick (February) 
Edna Alice Lee (February) 
Sol Mack (August) 
Leslie Irvin Mayes (February) 
Francis Blair Mayne (February) 
James Richard Naseef (October) 



Robert Axel Nelson (February) 
Fred Oathout (February) 
Harold Edwin Repke (October) 
Stanton Halladay Ross (October) 
Nicholas Lewis Sapora (October) 
Willard Ferdinand Schullman 

(February) 
Russell Frederick Scott (October) 
Walter Bartle Smith (October) 
Morris Adolph Soldinger, with 

Honors (February) 
Allan Berk Solomon (October) 
Henry Warrick Squires (October) 
Te-fong Sun (August) 
Theodore Lewis Whitesel (August) 
Edward Lawrence Winfield 

(October) 



In General Railway Administration 
John Alden Sleer (October) 

In Industrial Administration 

Harlan Stewart Fullenwider Edgar Bertram Smiley (October) 

(October) 



The College of Engmeering 41 

In Accountancy and Banking and Finance 
Clifford Carl Higginbotham 

The College of Engineering 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Ceramic Engineering 

Howard Blaine Burton, Jr. John Anton Churan (February) 

(February) 

In Ceramics 

John Benjamin Christensen, Jr. William Horak (October) 

(October) 

In Civil Engineering 

}klARTiN Christian Christensen Vance Adrian Ray (February) 

(October) Francis Charles Rowley (February) 

Andrew Arnold Hall, Jr. (February) Edward Reed Sanner (October) 

Raymond Thomas Lynge (February) Stanley Wendell Thompson 
William AIaurice Phillips (February) (February) 

In Electrical Engineering 

David Brewster Allabaugh( February) Paul Lange (February) 

Benjamin Alvin Buss (February) Norman Parkinson (February) 

Norman Clarence Fetter (October) Albert Frank Rus (October) 

Edward George Fisher (February) William Adolph Schlesinger 
Palt, Guy Jones, with Honors (February) 

(February) Frank Simon (October) 

Ross Vernon Lahr (February) Boyd Stevens (February) 

In General Engineering 
Edward Knighton Bear (February) 

In Mechanical Engineering 

Milton Hendrix Blosten, with High Hugh McIntyre (February) 

Honors (February) Howard Kenneth AIoss (February) 

Lloyd Sheldon Butler (February) Claud Wiig Saunders (October) 

Lester Tixsley Davis (February) Ten Eyck Wigforss Shear 

Gene Edwards (February) (February) 

Archie Kraakevik (October) Glen Richard Slonneger (February) 

Willard Emler Lindquist, with High 
Honors (February) 

In Railway Civil Engineering 
Harry Quong Hong Lee (February) 



42 



Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 



The College of Agriculture 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Agriculture 



Elton John Becker (February) 
Wilbur Dahl Buddemeier, with 

Honors (February) 
OsBY DeKalb Claypool (February) 
Harold Kenneth Doubet (February) 
George Washington Endicott 

(October) 
Charles Howard Finley (February) 
John Raymond Gelwicks (February) 



Milton Carl Geuther (October) 
William Claiborne Howell 

(October) 
Paul Eugene Howey, with Honors 

(February) 
John George Kilavos (February) 
Robert Llewelyn Owen (October) 
Charlie Wright (February) 



In Floriculture 
Eugene Antony Buffa (October) William Henry Duis (February) 



In Home Economics 



Beth Clydene Brouse (February) 
Alice Kloster Metterhausen, with 

Honors (February) 
WiLMA Charlotte Mittelberg 

(October) 



Barbara Rose Stansfield (February) 
Frances Lucille Wilson (February) 



The College of Law 
The Degree of Bachelor of Laws 



William Joseph Bach, A.B., 1928 

(February) 
John Howard Benjamin (October) 
George Nelson Blatt, Jr. (October) 
H. Ogden Brainard (February) 
John Paul Grand all (August) 
Arthur Edward Dillner (October) 
Gail Robertson Fisher, A.B., 1928 

(February) 
Albert Auerback Hutler, A.B., 1931 

(February) 
Herbert Harlan Kaiser, B.S., 1928 

(February) 



Robert Edward Lee, A.B., 1929 

(February) 
Ralph L. Maxwell (October) 
Fred Wilson Philp (October) 
Harold Adolph Rubin, A.B., 1931 

(February) 
Anthony John Sakelson, A.B., 1933 

(February) 
Adam Lothair Smagi, A.B., 1931 

(February) 
Russel Joe Topper (February) 
Robert Gerald Trampe, A.B., 1931 

(February) 



The Library School 
The Degree of Bachelor of Science in Library Science 

Anne Belle Brasfield, A.B., University of Arkansas, 1927, with Honors 

(August) 
Kate Morene Dumas, A.B., Ouachita College, 1926 (August) 
Jesselyn Louise Grieve, A.B., McKendree College, 1927 (October) 
Bernita Jewell Long, A.B., LL.B., 1924, 1928, with Honors (August) 



College of Education 



43 



The College of Education 
The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Education 



James Gatch Abrams (October) 
Melba Ruth Adelman (February) 
David Axelrod (February) 
Jeaxette Baldwin (February) 
"Glexn Edmund Bennett (October) 
Francis Bailey Bisbee (February) 
Edward Willis Bower (October) 
Kathryn Elaine Bowers (February) 
Floyd Edward Brett (February) 
Ruth Jane Brown (February) 
Robert DuFay Campbell (February) 
Charles G. Cassel (February) 
Ralph Waldo Chenoweth (October) 
Ena Kissick Chesney (February) 
Harvey Winser Coddington (August) 
Carol Kermit Cole (October) 
Elizabeth Collins (October) 
John Conyngton (February) 
Margaret Craig (August) 
AIansfielit Isaiah Crocker 

(February) 
Adeline Alice Cross (February) 
Clifford Russell Dammers 

(February) 
Ella Louise Filers (August) 
William Robert Elder (October) 
Mary Hortense Ellington (August) 
Lucy Esther Lou Fairchild 

(October) 
Madeline Frances Faris (February) 
Agnes Bernadine Fitton (February) 
Mary Elizabeth Flannigan 

(October) 
Coyner Thomson Ford (February) 
Hilda Mae Forrest (February) 
Arnold Ramon Fruehling (February) 
Froebel Frank Gaines (October) 
Mabel Lloyd Garrett (October) 
George Dwight Goddard (February) 
Thomas Burns Godfrey (February) 
Norma Selma Goedde (October) 
Rose Lorraine Goldstine (October) 
Harold Joseph Gradman (February) 
Lyman Winstead Grant (February) 
William Bryce Griffith (February) 
Fred Harbird Gustoff (October) 
Rose ^Lary Bearnadetta Guerino 

(October) 
^L'\RY Frances Hall (October) 
Helen Harriet Hickman (February) 
Mabel Ann Hill (August) 
Harold Frederick Johnson 

(February) 
Dorothy Louise Jones (February) 



Frances Louise Jones (October) 
Helen Anna Kaplan (February) 
Regina Esther Kaplan (February) 
Aaron Lawrence Karrel (February) 
Agnes Cecilia Koscielny (October) 
Max Louis Kuehnert (February) 
Lucille Claire Lambert (October) 
Frances Mary Lethlean (October) 
Julius Levine (February) 
Lela Lockett (February) 
James Arthur McCall (August) 
Robert Browning AIagor (October) 
Bertha Mallrich (February) 
Julius H. Mallrich (February) 
Elsie May Marek (October) 
Delbert Charles Marshall 

(February) 
Dorothy Marianne AIiller 

(February) 
Kenneth Woodward Mills 

(February) 
Ely Herman Mink (February) 
Elmer Arthur Moos (February) 
Martha Louise Morgan (October) 
Ann Gertrude Murray (February) 
Irma Ruth Nichols (August) 
John Harmon Norris (February) 
Gerald Max Ochs (October) 
Margaret Frances Railsback, with 

Honors in French (October) 
Mary Grace Randles (October) 
James Allen Redd (February) 
Eli Franklin Ring (October) 
Ervin Herman Rittmeyer (February) 
Herman Robinson (February) 
Mary Beulah Rogers (February) 
Sinclair Russell, Jr. (February) 
Edgar Dean Russell (October) 
Ruth Ellen Russell (October) 
Gordon Henry Ryan (October) 
Jean Alma Schwartzenberg 

(August) 
Walter Hugh Scott (February) ■ 
Arthur Bogert Sechrist (February) 
Edith Pauline Sessler (October) 
Eloise Bernice Shockney (October) 
William Earl Short (February) 
Maurice Jacob Siebert (February) 
Helen Louise Smith (February) 
Stephen Ralph Sparks, Jr. (October) 
Genevieve Haworth Spicer 

(February) 
Margaret Aldythe Taylor 

(February) 



44 Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 

John Michael VanLiew (October) Leonard Freeman Williams (August) 

Dorothy Wakefield (February) John Henry Windom (October) 

Evelyn Irene Walter (October) Olinda Wolff (February) 

Caroline Westphaelinger (October) Leanora Aldene Wolk (February) 

Mary Wade Whittington (October) Paul Wesley Wright (February) 
Evelyn Margaret Wildi, with 

Honors in Education (February) 

In Agricultural Education 
Valmore Arthur Green (August) 

In Home Economics Education 
Raena Alice Kendall (February) 

In Industrial Education 

Joseph Louis Barger (October) John Allan ATcClure (February) 

Fred Theodore Holm (February) Charles Patrick Martin (February) 

Jean Jay Jones (February) Gem Gar Young (February) 

In Music Education 

Rudy Wilson Cooper (October) Virginia Merrill (October) 

Straucy May Edw^ards (October) 



The School of Journalism 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Journalism 

Thomas Albert Bliss (October) Robert Rudolf Knosher (February) 

Francisco Villena Calabiao Morris Stanley Kraus (February) 

(February) Virginia Ruth Maxwell (February) 

Otto Henry Coelln, Jr. (August) Euil Wayne Morgan (October) 

John Thomson Davison (October) Clark Hasbrouck Schooley (October) 

Kenneth Barlov^ Douglass Miles Scull, Jr. (February) 

(February) Evelyn Louise Stout (October) 
Georgianna AIarguerite Neterer Fries Freer Albert Turner (February) 

(February) Virginia Winifred Wucher 
Merry Dorothy Hirsch (October) (February) 

Mary Elizabeth King (October) 

The College of Fine and Applied Arts 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Architectural Engineering 
Frank Charles Eleman (February) Paul A. Wenhe (February) 

In Architecture 

Lav^'rence Werner Anderson Alwin Steinmayer Kolm (February) 

(August) Stanley Ernest Whalley (October) 

James Lee Jones (August) 



The Graduate School 45 



In Landscape Architecture 



Lynn I^Ierriam Froebel Harriss 
(October) 



The Degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts 
In Painting 



John Wallace Raushenberger 
(Februarj') 



The School of Physical Education 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Physical Education 
Theodore Temple Carr (February) Louis Eovaldi (February) 



The Graduate School 

The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Botany 

Saml^el Ray Bradley, A.B., Hendrix College, 1928 (August) 
Malcolm Atterbury Thompson, A.B., 1930 (October) 

In Chemistry 

Clara ]\Iay Hill, A.B., Keuka College, 1926 (August) 
Donald Haven West, A.B., Carroll College, 193 1 (October) 

In Classics 

Cleo Wilhelmina Curtis, B.S., 1930 (August) 

Harriet Clara Jameson, A.B., Wheaton College, 1931 (August) 

In Economics 

William Edward Alley, A.B., DePauw University, 1926 (August) 
Clayton Vincent Taylor, A.B., 1926 (October) 

In Education 

Charles Wesley Anderson, A.B., 1917 (February) 

Coral Windsor Barnes, A.B., James Millikin University, 1927 (October) 

Ruth Sedwick Blakey, A.B., B.S., University of i\Iissouri, 1914 (August) 

Alice Bonar, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1927 (October) 

Orville Kenneth Bovven, A.B., Earlham College, 1927 (October) 

Ralph Brown Casey, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1926 

(August) 
Gordon August Cook, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1926 

(October) 



46 Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 

Omer Mack Fisher, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1925 (August) 

John Paul Gardner, B.S., 1925 (August) 

William Paul Gerhardt, A.B., Augustana College, 1927 (August) 

Belma Deressa Gilbert, A.B., James Millikin University, 1924 (August) 

Harriett Roberta Gill, B.S., 1924 (October) 

Augusta Naoma Close Hallett, A.B., Illinois College, 1924 (October) 

WiLMA Ruth Hibbs, A.B., University of Missouri, 1930 (August) 

Joseph Benjamin Johnson, B.S., Denison University, 1925 (August) 

Joseph Helm Johnson, A.B., University of Kentucky, 1923 (August) 

Guy Henry Kimpling, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1926 

(October) 
Harris Irving Mayes, A.B., James Millikin University, 1922 (October) 
Ralph Lewis Patterson, B.S., 1929 (August) 
John Curtin Roberts, A.B., Illinois College, 1925 (October) 
Ora Grain Rogers, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1928 

(October) 
Sister Mary Ricarda Gallivan, B.E., DePaul University, 1927 (August) 
Rollie Prescott Welker, A.B., Illinois State Normal University, 1927 (August) 
Florence A. Wells, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1927 

(October) 
Bernice Maude Zimmerman, A.B., Illinois Woman's College, 1924 (August) 

In English 

Harriet Lillian Campbell, A.B., Eureka College, 1930 (October) 
Emma Richardson Caswell, A.B., Wheaton College, 1915 (August) 
Nanny Curtis Fuller, A.B., Northwestern University, 1919 (October) 
Alice Mabel Jacoby, A.B., 1926 (February) 
Bernice Genevieve Lee, B.S., 1930 (October) 

Alice Morrison, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1924 (August) 
Ophelia Parks, A.B., Indiana State Teachers College, 1929 (August) 
Warren Loud Perry, A.B., B.S. (Lib.), University of Washington, 1923, 1927 

(February) 
Jennie Burford Puryear, B.A., Southwestern University (Tennessee), 1931 

(October) 
Agnes Geraldine Seiver, A.B., Greenville College, 1928 (August) 
Turner Henderson Trimble, A.B., 1930 (October) 
Fannie Lucile Weed, B.S., Knox College, 1922 (October) 
June Whitson, A.B., 1931 (October) 

In Geology 

Gladys Irene Freeman, A.B., 1931 (February) 
Melville Weston Fuller, A.B., 1931 (February) 

In German 

Ian James Bald, A.B., Hamilton College, 1927 (October) 
Barbara Clara Stiegemeyer, A.B., 1929 (October) 
Louise Elizabeth Stiegemeyer, B.S., 1929 (October) 

In History 

George Wilbur Carpenter, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 

(February) 
Marian Helen Dean, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1929 (October) 
Joachim Ivanoff Deikoff, A.B., College of Emporia, 1929 (February) 
Oscar Alton Frailey, B.Ed., Southern IlHnois State Normal University, 1927 

(October) 
Harry Loyal Griswold, A.B., Illinois College, 1930; B.S. (Lib.), 1931 (August) 
Princess Enola Hill, A.B., 1929 (August) 
Ruth Henrietta Husband, B.S., 1929 (October) 



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The Graduate School ^j 



Mildred Mary Lawson, B.S., 1927 (October) 

Flora Dorothea Michelmann, A.B., 193 1 (October) 

Allen Whitlock Neet, A.B., James Millikin University, 1931 (August) 

Clifford Wheeler Patton, A.B., Oklahoma Baptist University, 1926 (October) 

Mary Elizabeth Paul, A.B., 1930 (October) 

LoRETTA Anne Pezold, A.B., 1931 (August) 

Edward V. Price, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1930 

(October) 
Helen Peabody Robbins, A.B., 1928 (February) 
Dale Eileen Samuell, B.S., 1932 (February) 
Henry Andrew Smith, B.S., Illinois College, 1921 (October) 
LoRNA Agnes Sullivan, A.B., 1931 (October) 

In Library Science 

Nellie Elizabeth Behm, A.B., Des Moines University, 1918; Ph.B., University 

of Chicago, 1931 (October) 
Beatrice Howard Holt, B.S., Ottawa University, 1918; B.S., 1927 (October) 
Elva Leonora Krogh, A.B., University of Nebraska, 1922; B.S. (Lib.), 1930 

(August) 
Eleanor Rachael Kyle, A.B., Monmouth College, 1922; B.S. (Lib.), 1931 

(October) 
Della Mabel Mathys, A.B., Lawrence College, 1918; B.S. (Lib.), 1931 

(August) 
WiLMA Edith Ponder, A.B., B.S. (Lib.), 1912, 1915 (October) 
Harriet Virginia Rinard, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1920; B.S. (Lib.), 1928 

(October) 
WiLMA Allene Troxel, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1926; B.S. (Lib.), 

(August) 
Lee Franklin Zimmerman, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1924; B.S. (Lib.), 

1929 (October) 

In Mathematics 

John Preston Beem, A.B., DePauw University, 1930 (October) 
Donald Meeker Brown, A.B., 1930 (October) 

Sister Mary Clarissa Higgins, A.B., Loyola University, 1926 (August) 
Leta Faye Randall, A.B., James Millikin University, 1922 (August) 

In Physics 

Earl Edwin Bendar, A.B., Marietta College, 1931 (February) 
William Earl Shoupp, A.B., Miami University, 1931 (February) 

In Political Science 

Feng Yang Chai, A.B., Stanford University, 1931 (October) 

EvRON Maurice Kirkpatrick, A.B., 1932 (February) 

Edwin Louis Schaefer, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1931 (August) 

In Romance Languages 

Ralph Henry Abbas, B.S., 1930 (October) 

Clara Blackard, A.B., 1922 (August) 

Mary Elizabeth Dore, B.S., 1929 (October) 

Grace Ellen Elliott, A.B., Knox College, 1919 (October) 

Sister Dorothy Marie Peschon, Ph.B., St. Xavier College, 1919 (February) 

In Sociology 

Frank Edward Bowles, A.B., 1922 (October) 

LaRue Van Meter, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1922 (October) 



48 Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 

In Zoology 
Clarence Clifford Warren, B.S., Drur)' College, 1927 (October) 



The Degree of Master of Science 

In Accountancy 

Ralph Lester Boyd, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 (August) 

Carrol Richard Dowd, B.S., 1927 (October) 

Frank Grove, A.B., Indiana State Teachers College, 1920 (August) 

William Joseph Jones, B.S., 1919 (August) 

Julius P. Joseph, B.S., 1932 (February) 

John Wood McMahan, B.S., 1931 (August) 

Cecil Adolph Mover, B.S., Miami University, 1931 (October) 

In Animal Husbandry 

Wesley Patterson Garrigus, B.S., Connecticut Agricultural College, 1931 

(February) 
Melvin Henderson, B.S., 1925 (October) 

In Architectural Engineering 

Charles Francis Ellis, A.B., Maryville College, 1923 ; B.S., 1926 (February) 
Paul Bowman Evans, B.S., 1931 (February) 

In Architecture 

Leonard Cecil Hedrick, B.S., 1926 (August) 

Francis Joseph Heusel, B.S., 1930 (February) 

Elmer Isaac Love, A.B., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1922 (October) 

In Bacteriology 

Hubert Frank Doty, B.S., Monmouth College, 1925 (August) 

Willard Henry Watts, A.B., Western Reserve University, 1931 (February) 

In Botany 

Hubert Andrew Harris, A.B., Southwestern State Teachers College, 1930 

(October) 
Alan Stanley Peirce, A.B., 1932 (February) 

In Business Organization and Operation 
William Gus Collins, B.S., 1925 (February) 

In Ceramic Engineering 
William R.\y Morgan, B.S., 1920 (October) 

In Chemistry 

Lyle Ramsay Dawson, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1928 (August) 
Helen Clute Dickerson, A.B., MacMurray College, 1931 (August) 
Eugene Dodson Farley, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1931 (February) 
Zella Malandrone Hardy, B.S., AIcKendree College, 1929 (October) 
Floyd Enos King, B.S., Eureka College, 1926 (October) 
Dorothy Mae Laxson, B.S., Monmouth College, 1931 (February) 
Charles Norman McCarty, A.B., Albion College, 1931 (February) 
Edwin Theodore IMertz, A.B., University of Montana, 1931 (February) 



The Graduate School 49 



Curtis Erdmund Meyer, B.S., 1931 (August) 

Lymax Vane Racster, B.S., 1928 (August) 

John Douglas Schumacher, B.S., Knox College, 1931 (October) 

Robert Ridgely Sealock, B.S., Eureka College, 1930 (October) 

Robert Harris Sifferd, A.B., 1931 (October) 

Rodger Emmett Stutz, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1927 (October) 

Wilber Otis Teeters, B.S., University of Iowa, 1930 (February) 

Jack Theo Thurston, B.S., University of Nevada, 1931 (February) 

Lella May Warfel, B.S., 1922 (October) 

Madelyn Womack, B.S., Texas State College for Women, 1931 (February) 

In Civil Engineering 

Melvin Mark Culp, B.S., 1931 (October) 

James Joseph Doland, B.S., University of Colorado, 1914 (October) 
Morris Mason, B.S., University of Arkansas, 1927 (February) 
Raymond Ellsworth Means, B.S., M.S., Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechani- 
cal College, 1922, 1923 (October) 
Thomas Denton Oakley, B.E., University of Mississippi, 1923 (August) 
Thomas Clark Shedd, B.S., Brown University, 1913; C.E., 1925 (February) 
Max Suter, Diploma Ingenieur, Federal Polytechnic School, Zurich, 1913 

(February) 
Leonard Dilworth Walker, B.S., South Dakota School of Mines, 1925 
(October) 

In Economics 

Harry Kenneth Allen, B.S., 1920 (August) 

George William Anderson, B.S., 1923 (August) 

Bessie Marie Ball, B.S., 1931 (August) 

Ly'Le Barnhart, B.S., 1931 (October) 

William Arthur Bell, A.B., University of Kentucky, 1926 (October) 

Edmond Nichols Combs, B.S., 1931 (October) 

Robert Petronius Cornelius, A.B., Olivet College, 1925 ; B.S., 1931 (August) 

William Edward Folz, B.S., Evansville College, 1927 (February) 

Harry Weber Heckman, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1929 (August) 

Edward James Smith, B.S., 1931 (February) 

In Education 

Christian Otto Arndt, B.D., Concordia Seminary, 1927; A.M., Washington 

University, 1928 (August) 
H.\LDANE Wesley Bean, B.S., 1922 (August) 
George Arthur Browne, B.S., 1922 (October) 
Arthur Cornelius Daugherty, B.S., Knox College, 1922 (August) 
Dorothy Frances Deach, B.S., 1931 (August) 
Roy Emery DeShane, B.S., 1923 (August) 
Francis Fletcher Fardig, B.S., 1928 (October) 
Otto Hugo Guenther, B.S., 1926 (October) 
Elbert Roy Isom, B.S., 1927 (October) 
Fr-^nk Marion Kennedy, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1928 

(August) 
Otis W.\lton Keyes, B.S., 1925 (October) 
Genevieve Mary McConnell, B.S., 1928 (August) 
William Ray McIntosh, B.S., A.M., Northwestern University, 1920, 1923 

(October) 
Victor Clyde Manley, B.S., 1931 (August) 

Camilla Kathryn Marcussen, A.B., James Millikin University, 1920 (October) 
John R.\ymond Martin, A.B., Illinois College, 1927 (August) 
Eugene Harvey Mellon, B.S., Illinois College, 1923 (October) 
John Reilly Osborne, B.S., 1927 (October) 
Lloyd Vivian Pepple, B.S., 1926 (October) 



50 Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 

Margaret Lucille Romanus, B.S., 1930 (February) 

Edgar Turner Stephens, A.B., North Central College, 1927 (August) 

Clarence Ray Williams, B.S., 1924 (August) 

Stella Day Yates, B.S., 1931 (October) 

In Electrical Engineering 

John Henry Armstrong, B.S., 1931 (October) 
Francis Elliott Herndon, B.S., 1927 (February) 
Clifford James Waldron, B.S., 1931 (February) 

In Farm Organization and Management 

Lauren Hiram Brown, B.S., Michigan State College, 1931 (October) 
Harvey Edward Hoch, B.S., Kansas State Agricultural College, 1931 (October) 
Alden Ermon Orr, B.S., Michigan State College, 1929 (October) 
Laurence Adolph Peck, B.S.A., Kansas State Agricultural College, 1931 

(October) 
Harry Gould Russell, B.S., 1930 (October) 
Lyle Ford Shoot, B.S., 1930 (August) 

Tivis Eber Wilkins, B.S., Colorado State Agricultural College, 1930 (October) 
John Elliot Wills, B.S., 1925 (October) 
Rudolf Eduard Michel von Wistinghausen, Diplomlandwirt, Landwirtschaft- 

liche Hochschule, Hoehenheim, Wuerttemberg, 1928 (October) 

In Geology 

Harold Lorenz Geis, A.B., 1931 (February) 
Louis Cordell McCabe, B.S., 1931 (February) 

In Home Economics 
Florence Belshaw Duffey, B.S., 1926 (February) 

In Horticulture 
Wilbert William Grimmer, B.S., 1931 (August) 

In Mathematics 

James Othel Austin, B.S., 1928 (October) 

Hans Jacob George (^utekunst, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1924 

(October) 
Howard C. Tingleff, B.S., Iowa State College, 1924 (October) 

In Mechanical Engineering 

Edwin Laurence Broderick, B.S., Iowa State College, 1923 (February) 
Frank Edward Hangs, B.S., 1932 (February) 
Henry Francis Irving, B.S., 1928 (October) 
Delphin Murry Lee, B.S., 1932 (February) 

In Physics 

Gilbert DeForest Kinzer, B.S., 1931 (October) 

Polykarp Kusch, B.S., Case School of Applied Science, 1931 (February) 

Herbert Stansfield Lumsden, B.S., Southeastern Missouri State Teachers 

College, 1927 (October) 
Keron Caldwell Morrical, B.S., 1929 (February) 
William John Nusbaum, A.B., DePauw University, 1927 (February) 
Ezra Ellsworth Scott, A.B., Illinois College, 1925 (February) 
Vance Marlin Smith, 13. S., 1927 (August) 



The Gradimte School 51 



In Pyschology 

Florenxe Elizabeth AIartin, A.B., 1932 (February) 

In Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 
Fred William Gartner, B.S., 1931 (February) 

In Zoology 

Geoffrey Beall, A.B., University of British Columbia, 1931 (August) 
John William Cralley, B.S., McKendree College, 1924 (August) 
Harry Edwin Gearhart, A.B., 1932 (February) 



The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy- 
Conferred in February, 1933 

In Animal Husbandry 

Daniel Bresler Smuts, B.S.A., M.S., University of Stellenbosch, 1929. The re- 
lationship between the basal metabolism and the endogenous nitrogen me- 
tabolism in mature animals of different species. 

In Chemistry 

William Fleming Bailey, B.S., Monmouth College; M.S., 1925. I. The activity 
of the cupric ion in solutions of ammonia. II. The detection of chlorides 
in the presence of bromides. 

Lewis William Butz, B.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1927; M.S., 1930. The 
chemistry of some physiologically active proteins. 

TsE-TsiNG Chu, B.S., National Southeastern University, 1926; i\I.S., 1931. The 
structure of axoxy compounds. 

John DeVries, A.B., Calvin College, 1929. The band spectrum of boron hydride. 

Joseph Baylies Hale, A.B., Oberlin College, 1928. I. Stereochemistry of 2, 2', 
6-trisubstituted diphenyls. II. Polymerization : (A) Intermolecular esteri- 
fication of hydroxy acids; (B) Condensation of mesitylene and carbon tetra- 
chloride. 

Jesse Harmon, A.B., Hanover College, 1928; A.M., 1930. I. Synthesis of certain 
phenyl substituted oliphatic acids. II. Tetraphenyl-di-(3-ethyl-3-methyl-pen- 
tynyl-l) -ethane. 

Ervin Carleton Kleiderer, B.S., M.S., 1928, 1930. The preparation and proper- 
ties of 2, 2', 6, 6'-fluorinated diphenyls. 

Edwin George Koch, A.B., State University of Montana, 1928. Preparation and 
properties of the alkali and alkaline earth metal perchbrate amines. 

Marion Elsie Maclean, A.B., A.M., Mount Holyoke College, 1924, 1926. I. A 
study of the stereoisomerism of some sulfur compounds. II. A search for 
a new type of stereoisomerism. 

Robert Ashmore Scott, B.S., M.S., 1922, 1923. Metabohsm of amino acids. 

Donald Tarvin, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1928; M.S., 1930. The 
methane fermentation or organic acids. 

Carl Denison Thompson, A.B., Lawrence College, 1928. I. The polymerization 
of omega halogenated tertiary aliphatic amines. II. Symmetrical di-tertiary- 
butyl-di-tertiary-butylethinyldiphenylethane. 



52 Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement ^^ 

In Classics 

RozELLE Parker Johnson, A.B., B.S., Ph.B., Denison University, 1921 ; A.M., 
University of Michigan, 1925. Compositions variae (an introductory study). 

In Economics 

Hersel Wendell Hudson, B.S., M.S., 1920, 1927. The economic effects of quality 
of water with special reference to soap consumption in the home. 

Garret Lowell Jordan, B.S., Purdue University, 1922; A.M., 1929. Changing 
food habits in relation to land utilization in the United States. 

Myrick Hughs Sublette, A.B., Indiana State Normal School, 1921 ; LL.B., Uni- 
versity of Michigan, 1925 ; A.M., 1929. Legal personality of trade unions. 

In English 

Sister Rose Marie Grady, O.P., A.B., Catholic University of America, 1920; 
A.M., 1923. The source of Scott's eight long poems. 

In German 

Sister Mary Camillus Bryne, R.S.M. Chapter division in the early German 
novel. 

In Mathematics 

John Franklin Locke, B.S., West Tennessee State Teachers College, 1927; 
A.M., Vanderbilt University, 1929. Repeated sums of certain functions. 

Ellis Raymond Ott, A.B., Southwestern College, 1928; A.M., Kansas Univer- 
sity, 1929. A modular manifold determined by the planar quartic curve. 

In Physics 
Frederick Winfield Brown, B.S., A.M., 1928, 1930. Atomic wave functions. 

In Psychology 

William Arthur Blakely, B.S., M.S., University of Oklahoma, 1924, 1928. The 
discrimination of short empty intervals of time. 

The College of Medicine 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Medicine 

George Henry Agate (February) Joseph Louis Knapp (February) 

Elmer Albers (February) Morey Lapin (February) 

Glen C. Andersen (February) Homer Lee Lawder (October) 

Myer Brodkin (February) Theodore C. Mouzakeotis (as of 
Harry Cooper (February) October, 193 1) 

Robert Paul Coseglia (October) Philip Howard Narodick (February) 

Henry Arthur Grennan (February) Henry Bernard Okner (February) 

Deloss Reed Hanley (October) William Victor Roberson (February) 

Ross Edward Herrmann (February) Irving Schuman (as of October, 1931) 
David PCleiman (February) 

The Certificate in Medicine 

Jerry Chobot (February) John Joseph Kasak (February) 

Henry Noah Cress (August) John Campbell Washington 

Robert Henner (February) (August) 

William Wallace Holleman 
(August) 



The College of Medicine 53 



The Degree of Doctor of Medicine 

Hexry Akina, B.S., 1929 (June 16, 1932) 

Stephen Hedges Ambrose, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Leon Judah Aries, B.S., M.S., 1929, 1931 (September 30, 1932) 

Walter Hilmar Baer, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Ransom Bright Baker, A.B., 1928 (July i, 1932) 

Andrew F. Barnett (July i, 1932) 

Herbert Joseph Bell, B.S., 1931 (July i, 1932) 

Barbar.\ Florence Benda, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Solomon J. Benensohn, B.E., 1929 (June 14, 1932) 

Louis Berger, B.S., 1929 (September 30, 1932) 

Charles Robert Bloom, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Helen Clara Brezina, B.S., 1929 (June 14, 1932) 

Walter Scott Brown, A.B., 1927 (July i, 1932) 

Harry Burstein, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Theodore Moffet Carow, B..S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Clifford Lewis Carter (July i, 1932) 

Alvin J.\y Cerny, B.S., 1929 (July 3, 1932) 

Henry L Chapman, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

David Wanless Clotfelter, B.S., 1931 (June 14, 1932) 

Bernard AL Cohen, B.S., M.S., 1929, 1931 (September 30, 1932) 

David Cohen, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

George Lester Countryman (July i, 1932) 

Elwood Hunter Cox (July i, 1932) 

James Wesley Davis, B.S., 1931 (July i, 1932) 

Landis Young Davis, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Edward J.\ck Denenholz, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Edwin Frederick Dietrich, B.S., 1930 (July i, 1932) 

Jackson Bernard Dismukes, B.S., 1928 (September 30, 1932) 

Milton Judson Donkle, A.B., 1929 (December 31, 1932) 

Henry Pickett Dorm an (July i, 1932) 

Jacob Joseph Edinburg, B.S., 1929 (December 31, 1932) 

David Wernon Effron, B.S., 1929 (June 14, 1932) 

John B. Erich, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Edward Gr.\ham Evans, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Clifton Felts, B.S., 1930 (June 15, 1932) 

Glenn Francis Fishel, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

William W. Fox, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Andrew Galloway, B.S., 1930 (July 6, 1932) 

John Courier Garland, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

William James Gillesby, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Robert Joseph Glenner, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

H.\RRY Robert Charles Groppe, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

L.A.RS Freman Gulbrandsen (July i, 1932) 

Robert Wesley Hallenberg (July i, 1932) 

Stephen John Hansen, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Theodore Hartley (July i, 1932) 

Alfred Helmer Herman, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Ernest Joseph Hofer (July i, 1932) 

Bernard Horwitz, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Theodore R. Hudson, B.S., 1930 (July i, 1932) 

M.\rk Jacob Hughes (July i, 1932) 

Samuel Hyman, B.S., 1929 (July 26, 1932) 

Howard ^L^tthew Jacobs, B.S., 1929 (December 31, 1932) 

Richard Paul Johnson, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Kenneth Putnam Johnston, B.S., 1928 (December 31, 1932) 

Hyman Joseph Kaplan, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Morris Aaron Kaplan, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Philip Kaplan, B.S., 1929 (June 15, 1932) 

Charles Herman Kaufman, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 



54 Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 

Irving Kaufman, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Roy Leslie Kenwarb, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Reuben Klein, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Clarence Samuel Kr.\kow, B.S., 1931 (February 7, 1933) 

Frederick Otto Kuehl, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

David Milton Kurschner, B.S., 1929 (August i, 1932) 

David James Kweder, B.S., 1931 (July i, 1932) 

Wilbur Mayo Larson, B.S., 1931 (September 30, 1932) 

Frank Alexander Latham (June 28, 1932) 

David Lerner, B.S., 1930 (September 30, 1932) 

Eugene George Lipow, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Samuel Alvin Loseff, B.S., 1929 (September 30, 1932) 

James Francis Merritt, B.S., 1931 (July i, 1932) 

Sidney David Mesirow (July i, 1932) 

Emil Otto Muhs, B.S., 1931 (July i, 1932) 

Arthur Christian Neeseman, B.S., 1930 (July i, 1932) 

Robert Henry Nev^^ell, B.S., 1930 (July i, 1932) 

William A. Nye, B.S., 1931 (July i, 1932) 

Harold Forest Oakes, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Roger Ralph Olsen, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Ernest Dewitt Richard Ponzer, B.S., 1929 (August i, 1932) 

Joseph Poticha, B.S., 1930 (March 31, 1933) 

Sydney Price, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Frank L. Quillman (December 31, 1932) 

GuNNAR Quisling, B.S., 1931 (July i, 1932) 

Ralph Quisling, B.S., 1931 (July i, 1932) 

Alex Benjamin Ragins, B.S., M.S., 1929, 1931 (September 30, 1932) 

Samuel Reznick, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Lester Allen Riskind, B.S., 1929 (December 31, 1932) 

Arnold Elmer Frederick Ritt, B.S., 1930 (July 15, 1932) 

Edward Ross (September 30, 1932) 

Harold Xavier Rubin, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Doran Therman Rue, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Meyer Irving Saberman, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Ivan M. Sandberg, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Paul Dominic Sanfilippo, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Milton Charles Schell (July i, 1932) 

John Andrew Schindler, B.S., 1930 (July i, 1932) 

Karl William Schlegel, B.S., 1930 (July i, 1932) 

Kenneth H. Schnepp, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Edgar Albert Schoenecker (July i, 1932) 

William Jack Schutz, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Louis Bernard Shapiro, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Maurice Mace Shaw, B.S., 1929 (June 20, 1932) 

Eugene Henry Silverstone (July i, 1932) 

Charlotte H. Singer, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Francis Kirk Smith, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Russell Lee Smith, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Conrad Samuel Sommer, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Maurice Joseph Spiegel, B.S., 1930 (July i, 1932) 

Everett Lee Strohl, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 

Paul Edgar Swanson, B.S., 1929 (June 15, 1932) 

Emanuel Taft, B.S., 1929 (September 24, 1932) 

Marion Meredith Taylor, B.E., B.S., M.S., 1925, 1929, 1931 (December 31, 

. 1932) 
Louis Arlington Terman, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 
Leo Leonard Thelen (June 14, 1932) 
Otto Ernest Van Der Aue, B.S., 1929 (July 3, 1932) 
Theodore John Wachowski, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 
Carl Fremont Waters (December 31, 1932) 
Arthur D. Wilson (July i, 1932) 



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Lester Melvin Woodford, B.S., 1931 (July i, 1932) 
John Francis Wixted, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 
Howard Zeitlin, B.S., 1929 (July i, 1932) 



The College of Dentistry 
The Degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery 



Arthur Louis Alban (October) 
Benjamin Berman (October) 
Robert ^L Campbell (October) 
Max L Feinberg (October) 
Benjamin Lee Feldman (October) 
Joseph William Gordon (October) 



Edward Francis Greenway (October) 
Emanuel Herzon (February) 
Ralph Edward Jones (October) 
Isadore Losoff (October) 
Theodore Raphael (October) 
Robert Miller Wisterman (October) 



The College of Pharmacy 

The Degree of Pharmaceutical Chemist 
Conferred in February, 1933 



Max Bard 

Harold Norman Cohen 
Roy Joseph Delhaye 
Fr-^nk Bernard Drexel 
Joseph William Duleba 
Sidney Aaron Franklin 
David (}olden 
Joseph Grais 
Nathan Levin 



Jack Melvin McCall 
Rosa W. Maggio 
Roy Edward Lohr 
William Henord Masters 
William John Murray 
Walter Phillip O'Grady 
Wanda Florentina Sponder 

JiIlLDRED TrEJBAL StACH 



The Graduate School 

(DEGREES CONFERRED IN CHICAGO) 

The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Psychology 

E\-ELYN Margaret Ehman, A.B., 1931 (February) 
Dorothy Jane Fogwell, A.B., 1931 (February) 
Emily Jennie Johnson, A.B., 1931 (February) 



The Degree of Master of Science 

In Anatomy 
Leon Frank Moldavsky, A.B., Western Reserve University, 1931 (October) 

In Bacteriology 
Edward Edgar Park Seidmon, B.S., 1931 (October) 



56 Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 

In Juvenile Behavior 
Verne Wesley Lyon, Ph.B., University of Wisconsin, 1928 (February) 

In Medicine 

Tell Nelson, B.S., University of Chicago, 1920; M.D., Rush Medical College, 
1924 (February) 

In Pathology 

Benjamin Appelman, B.S., 1930 (October) 

Ford Kimmel Hick, B.S., M.D., 1928, 1931 (February) 

Benjamin Harold Neiman, B.S., University of Chicago, 1926; M.D., Rush 

Medical College, 1930 (February) 
John Todd Reynolds, B.S., 1930 (October) 
Joseph Stagman, B.S., 1931 (October) 

In Pharmacology 
Lav^rence Terry, B.S., University of Washington, 1931 (October) 

In Physiological Chemistry 
Morris Phillip Orloff, B.S., 1930 (October) 

In Physiology 
Isadore Elihu Steck, B.S., 1930 (October) 

In Psychology 
Faye Cohen, A.B., 1931 (October) 



Commissions Presented May 25, 1933 

Commissions as Lieutenants, Officers' Reserve Corps, 
United States Army 

The asterisk (*) indicates commissions as Brevet Captains 
in the IHinois National Guard. 



Infantry 



"Gardner Bemis Abbott 

Thomas Minard Baker 
*FoRD Hugo Blunck 

Eugene Cameron Brown 
'Larue Claude Chapman 

Michael Clare Cridlebaugh 
'Herbert LeRoy Crisler 
'Edward Anthony Crum 
'Robert Brown Franks 
'Herbert William Grossman 
'Thomas Woollen GtJiN 
'John Jay Healy 
*Paux McClure Hudelson 
'William Barrett Jacobs 

Clifford George Kjell 
'Russell Olyn Knudson 
'John Henry Kott 
'Frank Bernard Kuntz 
'Joseph Valentine AIatella 



'Howard Clarence Meadors 
Harold Filers Meyer 
Roy Oscar Miller 
James Kimberly Mosher 

*Andrew Mrugowski 
Albert R. Musick 
Adelbert Grant Mutimer 

'Sterling Emerson Myers 

'Carl Vail Schermerhorn 

'Elmer Wayne Siler 

'Eugene Fredrick Swanson 
Samuel Miller Trickey 
Elmer Frank Troch 
Warren Carroll VanAIale 

*Frank Oscar Weber 
Marshall Brockway Wilmot 
Edward Ditto Wimp, Jr. 
Warren Edgar Wingert 



Field Artillery 



'Harold Kenneth Anderson 
Carl Edward Bartelson 

'Roland Philip Carlson 

'Harold Victor Catt 

'Lloyd Harold Clair 
Franklyn Stanford Collins 
John Alva Crawford 
David William Davies 
George Edward Dooley 
Fred Raymond Eiseman, Jr. 

'Herman E. Gardner 

'Xorbert Campbell Garrison 
Steven Frank Glowacki 

'Stephen Robert Golden 

'Richard Carlton Hagan 
Howard Conrad Hartman 

'Arthur George Holstein, Jr. 
LeRoy Edmund Kruggel 

'George Kapp Leisenring 

'Edwin Leslie 

*WiLLiAM Edward McCauley 
Howard John Marshall 



*^L\RSHALL Alaint: Anderson 
'John Allen Appleman 
'Richard Franos Armitage 



*Glenn Ellis Morris 
William Henry O'Brien 
'Lawrence Arthur Potter 
*Max Richard Rhine 
Clyde Edwin Robb 
*Herman Burlingame Rupp 
Arthur Keller Salberg 
Burton Eugene Schwind 
Howard Bennett Scoville 
'Richard Henry Shirley 
'Daniel Aaron Smith, Jr. 
*Donald Edward Smith 
*Herschel Stanley Smith 
*Reynold Seigfried Smith, Jr. 
*JoHN Soma 

Albert Nickerson Whitlock 
'Elmer Eugene Williams 
'Frederic Loweth Winslow 
'Robert Ulney Winters 
'Hubert Percy Yarnell 
'William Arnold Zoeller 



Cavalry 



'Edward Homer Baker, Jr. 
'Virgil Wayne Barker 
*Karl Theodore Barthelmess 



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Commissions Presented May 2^, 19SS 



*WiLMER Charles Bennett, Jr. 

Roy Otto Benson 
*WiLLiAM Lawrence Blake 
*Warren Albert Bunge 

Edwin Russel Carre 
*Martin Leroy Cassell, Jr. 
*Walter Cleland 
*Raymond Cory Comings 
*Fred Howard Comstock 
*Carl George Dohme 

Elliott Durand 
*WiLLiAM Joseph Eovaldi 
*Robert Edward Forrest 
*WiLLiAM Edward Getman 

*WlLLIAM CaRLETON GiFFORD 

*Donald Frederick Hermes 
*JoHN Herbert Holstein 
Frederick Saunders Hooper, Jr. 



*Richard Elmer Hussey 
"Cornell Anthony Imming 
*Adrian Johansson 

Edward Stanton Johnson 
*Ward Milton Karraker 
'Joseph Roy Kempston 
*Dudley Johnson Kingman 
*RoBERT Fred LaBahn 
*Robert Frederick Maley 

Edwin Steele Martin 
*James Eli Moorhead 

Philip Dwight Rearick 
*JoEL Hubbard Rossiter 
* Vernon Harold Rowe 
*William Frederic Schulz 
*Donald Wilbert Smith 
*Olaf Arthur Watne 



Engineers 



"Lewis Edward Barenfanger 
*Paul Verner Brausa 
'Daniel Eugene Christopher 
Arthur S. Cohen 
George Adrian Collins 
*Warren Eugene Compton 
John William Davis 
*Frank Fisher, Jr. 
"Randall Albert Forsberg 
Allen Varner Fox 
"Albert William Gasper 
"Donald Kibler Harmeson 
"John Joseph Huck 
"Heeren Samuel Kruse 
Benjamin Alfred Lerner 
Daniel Alfred Ludlow 



"Donald Stephen McCloskey 

James Fairlie McIntosh 
"Daniel Joseph AIanning 
"Frederick William Mast 
"Donald Marion Mayne 

Augustus Maine Minton 

Roy Theodore Nilsen 
"Edmond Robert O'Brien 

LeRoy Robert Oman 
"Patroklos John Papadopulos 
"Charles Garman Rummel 
"Robert Grant Russell 

Robert Ernest Tucker 
"George Valentine Whisenand 

Edward Paul Zelnis 



Signal Corps 



"Thomas William Abbott 
"Floyd Roy Abernathy 
"Dominic Bergelis 

Herman William Bieritz, Jr. 
"Roland Leon Bissey 
"Alfred James Bryant, Jr. 
"Burton Fredrick Buchan 

Robert Wayland Burke 
"Kenneth Carl Colman 
"Arthur Merle Daily 

Walter Gottfried Danielson 
"Marshall M. Dollahan 
"Glenn Sidney Eastburn 

Robert George Fitchie, Jr. 
"Howard Noble Fullerton 
"Edwin Lawrence Getting 
"George Kenneth Green 
"Philip Dennett Grover 
"Paul Edwin Hamman 

William Jay Hannan 
"Norman Kenneth Helmrath 



"Henry James Heuer 

"Robert William Krebs 
Walter Scott Lawrence 

"Clarence Harmon Lewis 
Edmund Adams Lodge 
Gordon Meade Marshall, Jr. 

"Norbert Charles Miller 

"Eugene Gus Mull 

"Rolla Darby Pollock 

"Kenneth John Rabe 
George Burkard Ross 

"John Louis Ryde 
H. Stanton Thomas 
Henry Carl Timmerman 
Charles Herman Trommer 

"Carlos Wilbur Veach 
Clarence Ogden Webber 

"Robert James Whitesell 
Lloyd L. Wightman 

"George Ellsworth Zinser 



Commissions Presented May 2j, IQS3 



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Coast Artillery 



Russell Edward Baker 
"Ralph Blanchard 

Lawrence Theodore Chaquette 
"Dalson Henry Esry 

Robert Harold Hansmeier 
"Charles Ward Henson 
"Carl Melbourne Kennedy 
"Ralph Emerson Koch 
"Wu-liam Howard Lang 



"George Emil Myers 
Arthur Charles Nauman 

"Herman Robert Olson 

"John Ludwig Ongemach 
Kirk J. Ruger 

"Ernest Franklin Schmidt 
David Evans Turner 

"Gerald Christian Weiland 



Chemical Warfare 



"Leonard Eugenie Beare 
'Carlyle Graeme Duncan-Clark 



"Duane Smith Noecker 
"John Byron Sheets 



Prizes and Awards 

Colleges and Schools at Urbana 



Alethenai Short Story Prize 
Milton John Tepper 

AUerton American Traveling 
Scholarships in Architecture 

Max Otto Urbahn 
John William Davis 

Alpha Chi Sigma Scholarship 
Plaque in Chemistry 
Howard Paul Hetzner 

Alpha Kappa Psi Medallion in 
Commerce 
Ralph Harlan Blakemore 

Alpha Rho Chi Medal in 
Architecture 
William Marshall Horowitz 

Alpha Zeta Cup in Agriculture 
Karl Frederick von Almen 

American Legion Awards to 
Sophomores in Military 
Science and Tactics 
Winthrop B. Anderson, Infantry 
Vincent J. Van Meter, Field 

Artillery 
Robert H. Lehmpuhl, Cavalry 
Kenneth A. Smith, Engineers 
John H. Bradish, Signal Corps 
George W. Pervier, Coast Artillery 

American Institute of Archi- 
tects Medal 
Henry P. T. Tideman, First 
William Marshall Horowitz, 
Second 

American Society of Civil 
Engineers Awards 

Central Illinois Section 
Ivan Lee Wissmiller 
William Murdoch Avery 

Illinois Section 
Lloyd Albert Pfaff 



Ira O. Baker Prizes in Civil 
Engineering 
Ivan Lee Wissmiller, First 
Richard Sherrard Langman, 
Second 

Cavalry Medal 

Pete Joseph Aulinskis 

Thomas Arkle Clark ( Phi Eta 
Sigma) Scholarship Prize 
Robert William Grim 

Delta Theta Epsilon Trophy 
in Physical Education 
Charles Gustave Cassel 

Field Artillery Trophies 
(Connor Cups) 
Donald Edward Glassco 
Bob James Garrard 
Clarence Robert Plankenhorn 

Foundation for Architecture and 
Landscape Architecture 
Architecture 

Anthony Del Bianco 
Henry P. T. Tideman 
Landscape Architecture 
Kenneth Robert Cougill 
James Eli Moorhead 

Gamma Epsilon Pi Cup in 
Commerce 
Louise Alberta Westerbeek 

Gamma Sigma Delta Prize in 
Agriculture 
Boyd Harper 

Thacher Rowland Guild 
Memorial Prize 
Wilson McNeil Lowry, First 
Francis Vincent Koval, Honorable 

Mention 
John Paul Reed, Honorable 
Mention 



Prizes and Awards 



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Hazelton Medal in Military 
Science and Tactics 
Richard C. Hall 

Intercollegiate Conference Medal 
for Excellence in Scholarship 
and Athletics 
Robert Dean Woolsey 

Iota Sigma Pi Prize in Chemistry 
Johanna Malandrone 

Kate Neal Kinley Memorial 
Fellowship in the Fine Arts 
Dorothy DeLancy 

Mu Kappa Alpha Cup in Music 
Virginia Mary Savage 

Omega Beta Pi Prize in Pre- 
Medical Work 
George J. O'Neil 

Pershing Rifles 

Elbert M. Smith 
Paul P. Ficnerski 

Phalanx Awards to Freshmen in 
Military Science and Tactics 

John Robert Stipp, Infantry 
William Farthing Sargent, Field 

Artillery 
Wilson Ettason Cline, Cavalry 
Wn.LiAM Joseph Lierman, 

Engineers 
Edgar August Post, Signal Corps 
William August Marsteller, 

Coast Artillery 

Phi Beta Kappa Prize 
Placide Daues 

Pi Alpha Xi Shield in Floriculture 
Parker John Erickson 

Francis John Plym Fellowship 
in Architecture 
Kenneth Xels Lind 



Plym Foreign Scholarship in 
Architectural Engineering 
E. Todd Wheeler 

Plym Prizes in Architectural 
Engineering 

Frederick William Mast, First 

Jack A. Wyman, Second 

Walter Frederick Hellmich, Third 

Plym Prize for Sketch Problems 
Alfred Theodore Kurek 
Max Otto Urbahn 

Plym Prize for Summer Sketches 
Vernon Smith Etler 

Ricker Prizes in Architectural 
History 

Max Otto Urbahn, First 
John William Davis, Second 
Wilbur Claudius Engebretson, 
Third 

Edward L. Ryerson Traveling 
Fellowship in Architecture 
Henry P. T. Tideman 

Scarab Medal in Architecture 
Cecil Ray Drake 

Scarab Medal in Architectural 
Engineering 
John Nicholas Ziegele 

Sigma Delta Chi Scroll and Key 
for Seniors in Journalism 

Stanley Ingw^ard Gullberg 
Milton Edward Hlava 
Marjorie Fisher Morrison 
Betty Lou Hughes 
Winifred Maxine Haslam 
Donald Stearns Hoebel 
Frank Byron Edwards 

Sigma Delta Kappa Cup in Law 
Robert Vance Faragher 

Sigma Delta Pi Prizes in the 
Spanish Oratorical Contest 
Frances La Mora Kaar, First 
Camille Ferrara, First 
Philip William McDowell, Third 



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Prizes and Awards 



Signal Corps Medals 

William Raymond Crockett 
William George Reynolds 

Thrift Essay Prize 

Paul Meadows, McKendree College, 

Lebanon, Illinois 
John Bishop Parrish, University of 

Illinois 



University Gold Medal in Military 
Science and Tactics 

Paul P. Ficnerski, First 
Robert H. Lehmpuhl, Second 

University Landscape Archi- 
tecture Society Prize 
Mary Virginia Mills 



Colleges in Chicago 



Samuel L. Antonow Prize in 
Pharmacy 
Sally Catherine Batkevich 

William Beaumont Prize in 
Medicine 
Titus Maurice Johnson 

William Gray Prize in Pharmacy 
Harry A. Mikkola 

Hodel-Saltiel-Hodel Prize in 
Pharmacy 
Herbert Van Meter Moyers 

Leo L. Mrazek Prize in Chemistry 
Stanley W. Kondziela 

Omicron Kappa Upsilon Awards 
in Dentistry 

James Albert Gagnon 
Don Alfred Vespa 
John Bernard Erich 



Lee M. Pedigo Prize in Materia 

Medica 
Louis Kozak 

Alice E. Pelikan Prize in 
Materia Medica 
Elsie Josephine Ross 

Andrew Scherer Prize in 
Pharmacy 
Dorothy Florence Voigt 

Seminar Prize in Dentistry 

Oscar Karpf, First 

Don Alfred Vespa, Second 

James Albert Gagnon, Third 

Sigma Xi Prize in Medicine 
Virgil Arnett Gant 



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Order of Exercises 



Commencement Procession 



Prelude 

Grand March — The Crown of India Elgar 

Finale to "Tristan and Isolde" Wagner 

UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 

Albert Austin Harding, Director 



Invocation 



The Reverend STEPHEN E. FISHER, D.D. 
University Place Church of Christ, Champaign 



Commencement Address 



ARTHUR HILL DANIELS, Ph.D. 
Acting President of the University 



Interlude 



Finale (Allegro non troppo) from Symphony in D minor Franck 

UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 



Conferring of Degrees 

THE ACTING PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY 

Benediction 

The Reverend Dr. FISHER 

Postlude 

Grand March — University Goldman 

(Concluding with "Auld Lang Syne") 
UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 



Candidates for Degrees 

The Graduate School 
Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

In Agronomy 

John Eldon Gieseking, B.S., M.S., 1926, 1927. Podzolic Features in Illinois 
Soils. 

In Bacteriology 

Viola Mae Michael, A.B., 1925. Microbiology of Merchantable Canned Com. 

In Botany 

Lauretta Ewing Fox, B.S., Westminster College, 1931 ; M.S., 1932. The 

Effects of High Temperatures on Seeds. 
Gladys Charlotte Galligar, A.B., James Millikin University, 1931 ; A.M., 1932. 

Growth Studies on Excised Root Tips. 

In Chemistry 

Sidney Henry Babcock, HI, A.B., M.S., Vanderbilt University, 1930, 1931. I. 
The Alkaline Cleavage of Acylomethylpyridinium Compounds. H. The 
Rearrangement of i-Phenyl-5-Benzoylcyclopentene Oxide. 

Joseph Hendrickson Balthis, Jr., B.S., Randolph-Macon College, 1929; M.S., 
West Virginia University, 1931. Part A. The Stability of Chromous Am- 
mines and the Preparation of Chromous and Chromic Ammines. Part B. 
The Reaction of Phenyl Alanine with Optically Active Chromic Compounds 
of the Luteo Type. 

Frank Thomas Barr, B.S., M.S., Washington University, 1929, 1931. Equilibria 
in the Chemical System: Hydrogen Sulfide, Propylene, Iso-Propyl Mer- 
captan, and N-Propyl Mercaptan. 

Benton Alexander Bull, B.S., Knox College, 1930; M.S., 1931. The Haloform 
Reaction. Hindered Methyl Ketonic Acids. 

Alvin Ackerman Burton, B.S., Oregon State College, 1929; M.S., 1930. A 
Study of the Catalytic Oxidation of Acetaldehyde. 

Shih Liang Chien, B.S., Tsing Hua University, 1931 ; M.S., 1932. L Effect of 
Substituents on the Rate of Racemization of Optically Active Diphenyls: 
Preparation and Resolution of Five Substituted 2-Nitro-6-Carboxy-2'- 
Methoxydiphenyls. II. Stereoisomerism of Orthomono-substituted Diphen- 
yls: Preparation and Properties of 2-Chloromercuri-3'-Carboxydiphenyl. 

Vera Arrietta Conard, A.B., M.S., 1928, 1931. I. Preparation of Some Guani- 
dine Derivatives. II. Preparation of Beta-Ketonic Esters. III. The Re- 
action between Indene and 2-Octyl Nitrate. 

Arden Garrell Deem, B.S., 1931. Hydrocarbon Pyrolysis. 

Ellsworth Knowlton Ellingboe, A.B., Lawrence College, 1930; A.M., 1932. 
I. The Coupling Action of the Grignard Reagent. II. The 1,2-Diben- 
zoylcyclobutanes and Related Compounds. 

Donald Sherwood Frederick, A.B., Miami University, 1931 ; A.M., 1932. The 
Structure of the Polymeric Addition Products Resulting from the Reaction 
of Sulfur Dioxide and Olefins. 

Harold Marion Ginsburg, A.B., A.M., Ohio State University, 1930, 1931. I. 
A Study of the Reactions of Chlorobenzoxazole. II. Reactions of Malonic 
Ester and Ethyl Malonic Ester with Acyl Chlorides. 



Candidates for Degrees, June ii, IQJ4 



Henrietta Snow Hayden, B.S., M.S., Syracuse University, 1921, 1925. A 

Critique of the Methods for Determining Formic Acid. 
Donald Fletcher Holmes, A.B., Amherst College, 1931 ; M.S., 1932. I. The 

Use of i-Menthoxyacetyl Chloride for the Resolution of Amino Acids. 

H. The Preparation and Resolution of 2,4-Dinitro-6-Carboxy-2'-Meth- 

oxydiphenyl. 
Ching Chen Li, B.S., National Central University, 1929; M.S., University of 

Chicago, 1931. I. Effect of Temperature and Solvents on the Rate of 

Racemization of 2-Nitro-6-Carboxy-2'-Alkoxydiphenyl. H. Preparation 

and Resolution of 2,2'-Dimethoxy-5,5'-Dicarboxy-6,6'-Dimethyldiphenyl. 
Linwood Asa Murray, Jr., A.B., Augustana College, 1929. The Deflection of 

Alkali Halide Molecules by Electric Fields. 
Douglas Gillison Nicholson, B.S., M.S., 1930, 1931. Rate of Oxidation by 

Means of Conductometric Methods. 
Oliver Cecil Simpson, B.S., 1930. A Molecular Ray Study of the Magnetic 

Aloment of the Oxygen Molecule. 
Charles Frank Woodward, A.B., Lawrence College; 1930, A.M., 1932. The 

Reversibility of the Friedel and Crafts Condensation. 

In Economics 

Paul Edgar Alyea, B.S., M.S., 1923, 1927. Theory of the Gold Standard. 
Harvey Wilborn Huegy, B.S., M.S., 1924, 1929. An Economic Analysis of 

Instalment Credit. 
George William Sanford, B.S., A.M., 1927, 1928. The Commercial Policy of 

Great Britain since the World War. 
William Howard Taylor, B.S., M.S., 1931, 1932. Financial Readjustment of 

Utility Corporations since 1929. 

In Education 

Russell Taaffe Gregg, B.S., A.M., 1928, 1929. A Critical Study of Vocational 

Guidance. 
Milton Edward Kraft, B.S., M.S., 1930, 1931. A Study of the Governmental 

Decrees Regulating the Preparation and Certification for Certain of the 

Learned Professions in Germany. 
Dewey Bernard Stuit, B.S., M.S., 1931, 1932. Correlation Analysis as a Means 

of Studying Problems of Functional Relationship. 

In Engineering 

Paul Andersen, B.S., Royal Polytechnic Institute, 1924; M.S., 1932. Shrink- 
age and Flow of Cements, Mortars, and Concretes. 

Nathan Mortimore Newmark, B.S., Rutgers University, 1930; M.S., 1932. 
Interaction between Rib and Superstructure in Concrete Arch Bridges. 

Herman Julius Stoever, B.S., Purdue University, 1928; M.S., 1930. The 
Thermodynamic Properties of Ammonia- Water Solutions and Their Ap- 
plication to the Absorption Refrigeration Cycle. 

In English 

Margaret French, A.B., Middlebury College, 1911 ; A.B., Mt. Holyoke College, 
1912; A.M., 1924. The English Essay of the Restoration (1660-1700). 

Berte Leroy Kinkade, A.B., A.M., University of Missouri, 1922, 1924. The 
English Translations of Higden's Polychronicon. 

Effie MacKinnon, A.B., A.M., Wellesley College, 1925, 1930. Studies in Four- 
teenth Century English Mysticism. Richard RoUe, Walter Hilton, Juliana 
of Norwich, The Cloud of Unknozvmg. 



The Graduate School 



In Entomology 

Carl Otto Mohr, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1926; A.M., 1928. A Study 
of the Succession, Relative Numbers, and Biologies of Bucoprophilous 
Insects. 

In Geology 

Martin Hewett Billings, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1929; M.S., Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh, 193 1. The Nocona Oil Field, Montague County, 
Texas. 

In History 

Selig Abler, A.B., University of Buffalo, 1931 ; A.M., 1932. The Senatorial 
Career of George Franklin Edmunds, 1S66-1891. 

Fr.\nk Hardee Allen, A.B., DePauw University, 1930; A.M., 1931. Govern- 
ment Influence on News in the United States during the World War. 

Donald Rhodes Alter, B.S., University of Missouri, 1920; A.M., Columbia 
Universit}', 1924. Mid-Century Political Alignments in the Middle Prov- 
inces 1 740- 1 760. 

Karl Christian Dod, A.B., A.M., 1930, 1931. The Friendship of William II 
and Nicholas II and Its International Implications, 1894-1905. 

William Habberton, A.B., DePauw University, 1925; A.M., 1929. Anglo- 
Russian Relations Concerning Afghanistan, 1837-1907. 

Arshag Ohan Sarkissian, A.B., Syracuse University, 1929; A.M., 1930. The 
Beginnings of the Armenian Question 1870-1881. 

In Horticulture 

Louis Ralph Bryant, B.S., M.S., 1931, 1932. A Study of the Factors Affect- 
ing the Development of the Embryo-Sac and the Embryo in the Mcintosh 
Apple. 

George Viggo Falkenberg, B.S., M.S., 1922, 1931. The Effect of Zinc Sulfate- 
Lime upon Growth and Transpiration. 

In Mathematics 

Marion Taylor Bird, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1928; A.M., 1929. 

On Generalizations of Sum Formulas of the Euler-Maclaurin Type. 
Gertrude Stith Ketchum, A.B., A.M., University of Georgia, 1924, 1928. On 

Certain Generalizations of the Cauchy-Taylor Expansion Theory. 
William Ted Martin, A.B., University of Arkansas, 1930; A.M., 1931. On 

Expansions in Terms of a Certain General Class of Functions. 
Henrietta Pearl Terry, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1926; A.M., 1929. Abelian 

Subgroups of Order P™ of the I-Groups of the Abelian Groups of Order 

P" Type 1,1,1 

In Physics 

Martin Joseph Arvin, A.B., Indiana State Teachers College, 1926; M.S., 1930. 

The Band Spectrum of the NaK Molecule. 
Martin Calvin Watson, B.S., Knox College, 1926; M.S., 1928. The Band 

Spectrum of Ionized Aluminium Hydride. 

In Political Science 

James Jefferson Lenoir, A.B., A.M., University of Mississippi, 1927, 1929. The 
Interpretation by the Supreme Court of the United States of Certain 
Phases of International Law. 

Alden Leslie Powell, A.B., A.M., 1929, 1930. National Taxation of State 
Instrumentalities. 



Candidates for Degrees, June ii, ipS4 



In Psychology 

Edward Eric Anderson, A.B., A.M., 1929, 1930. The Interrelationship of 
Drives in the Male Albino Rat. 

Edward Girden, A.B., West Virginia University, 1930; A.M., Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1931. Auditory Effects of Roentgen Rays in Dogs. 

In Zoology 

Joe Denton Combs, A.B., Drury College, 1929; A.M., 1931. The Effect of 

Temperature upon Certain Wing Characters in Drosophila melanogaster. 
Mable Ruth Walter Danner, A.B., North Central College, 1929; A.M., 1930. 

A Comparative Study of Human Twins. 
Margery Washburn Horsfall, A.B., Reed College, 1928; A.M., 1930. Cysto- 

cercous Cercariae of the World and the Life History of Cercaria macros- 

toma Faust. 
Samuel Hanford McFarlane, B.S., University of Saskatchewan, 1930; M.S., 

1931. A Study of Trematodes from Marine Fishes of Departure Bay, B.C. 



Candidates for Professional Degrees in Engineering 

The Degree of Civil Engineer 

NoRVAL Eugene Anderson, B.S., 1920 
Horatio May Fitch, B.S., M.S., 1923, 1933 

The Degree of Electrical Engineer 
Joseph Louis Bisesi, B.S., 1923 

The Degree of Engineer of Mines 
Cloyde Moffett Smith, B.S., M.S., 1920, 1928 

The Degree of Mechanical Engineer 
NiLES HuTTON Barnard, B.S., M.S., 1928, 1030 

Candidates for the Degree of Master of Arts 

In Botany 
Henry Clyde Eyster, A.B., Bucknell University, 1932 

In Chemistry 

Helen Emily Krizek, A.B., Rosary College, 1933 
Gail Lorenz Miller, A.B., 1933 

In Classics 

Robert Conrad Stone, A.B., Wheaton College, 1933 
Helen Elizabeth Teele, A.B., MacMurray College, 1933 

In Economics 
Paul Monroe Mancell, Ph.B., Shurtleff College, 1924 



The Graduate School 



In Education 

Marie Jeanxette Boysen, A.B., Blackburn College, 1904 
Raymond Parks Harris, B.S., James Alillikin University, 1930 
Keith Welles McHenry, A.B., 1927 
Louis Ernest Rapemacher, A.B., 1932 
Harry Maxwell Thrasher, A.B., 191 1 
Marjorie Wham, A.B., 1933 

In English 

Emma Louise Bach, A.B., Illinois Weslej^an University, 1922 

Eva Fay Benton, A.B., 1929 

Mary Louise Cameron, B.S., 1932 

Alice Lee Douglass, A.B., 1932 

Edward George Fisher, B.S., 1933 

Julius Nicholas Hook, A.B., 1933 

Evelyn Eulalia McNeely, B.S., 1927 

Vinda Adkins Orata, A.B., 1927 

Carolyn Emelia Pierson, A.B., Augustana College, 1933 

Mary Alice Smith, A.B., Monmouth College, 1933 

Eleanor Elizabeth Wyne, A.B., 1921 

In German 
Elisabeth Helen Schroeder, A.B., 1933 

In History 

Georgina Beazly, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1929 

Norman Ward Caldwell, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1931 
Carrie Partlow Carter, A.B., Wellesley College, 191 7 
Ralph Millard Gibson, A.B., Eureka College, 1928 
Frances Seymour Watkins, A.B., DePauw University, 1932 

In Mathematics 

Annie Hall Lyles, A.B., University of Texas, 1933 
Harold Ford Mayfield, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1933 

In Philosophy 

Sidney Adam Guthrie, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1913 

In Physics 

William Azbell, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1933 
Albert Eugene Smith, A.B., Indiana Central College, 1930 

In Romance Languages 

Frederick Henry Dedmond, B.S., 1933 
Geneva Harrison, A.B., 1933 



10 Candidates for Degrees, June ii, 1934 

John Hooker Hartsook, A.B., 1933 

Zola Flora Hicks, A.B., Colorado State Teachers College, 1933 

John Andrew Houpert, A.B., 1933 

Anne Prioleau Jones, A.B., 1932 

Philip William McDowell, A.B., 1933 

Jane Warren, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1933 

In Sociology 

Janet Andrews Cromwell, B.S., 193 1 

Doris Dolphine Gundlach, A.B., Wellesley College, 1933 

In Zoology 

Edwin Christian Danner, A.B., North Central College, 1931 

Howard L. Gravett, A.B., James Millikin University, 1933 

Sister Mary St. Victor Lesner, B.V.M., A.B., Loyola University, 1929 



Candidates for the Degree of Master of Science 

In Agricultural Economics 
Carl Ainsworth Bell, B.S., 1928 

In Agronomy 

Herman Wascher, B.S., 1924 

In Architecture 

Harry Jones Harman, B.S., 1930 

William Marshall Horowitz, B.S., 1933 

David Daniel Michel, B.Arch., University of Pennsylvania, 1933 

Albert Ryuichi Nozaki, B.Arch., University of Southern California, 1933 

Harold Eugene Steinberg, B.Arch., University of Pennsylvania, 1933 

In Architectural Engineering 
Glenn William Foster, B.S., 1929 

In Business Organization and Operation 

Will Harold Oldham, Jr., B.S., 1933 
Lois AIazelle Snyder, B.S., 1925 

In Ceramic Engineering 

Ralph Elliott Bevis, B.S., 1933 

Charles Ward Henson, H, B.S., 1933 

DwiGHT Garrison Moore, B.S., Iowa State College, 1930 

In Chemistry 

Edward George Appel, B.S., 1933 
AIerton Monroe Beckwith, B.S., 1933 



The Graduate School ii 



Adolph Oscar Blatter, B.S., 1933 

Albert Eugexe Calkins, B.S., Alma College, 1933 

Raymond Cory Comings, B.S., 1933 

Henry Dorroh Foster, B.S., University of South Carolina, 1933 

Charles Leroy Graham, B.S., Monmouth College, 1930 

Robert Edwin Henry, B.S., Monmouth College, 1932 

Henry Alvertis Long, A.B., 1928 

Daniel Joseph Manning, B.S., 1933 

Charles Vernon Smith, B.S., 1933 

Richard Alan Stegeman, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1933 

Thomas Gray Webber, Jr., B.S., Brown University, 1933 

Harry Herschel Weinstock, Jr., B.Chem., Cornell University, 1933 

In Civil Engineering 

David ^Merrill B.\ldwin, B.S., 1933 

Orhan Djemal, B.S., Robert College, 1933 

Tarik Hakki, B.S., Robert College, 1933 

Suat Kadri, B.S., Robert College, 1933 

SoxjBHi Kahale, B.S., Robert College, 1933 

Joseph Keranen, B.S., State College of Washington, 1933 

Charles Thomas George Looney, B.S., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1932 

Seth Bradley AIorris, B.S., 1926 

Donald Gregg Radcliffe, B.S., 1932 

Mathew Scioletich, B.S., Robert College, 1933 

Ching-Lee Wang, B.S., Tangshan University, 1930 

In Economics 

Earl William Davis, B.S., 1923 

James Ward Dillow, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1933 

Harry Shaw Maulding, B.S., 1933 

Robert Cantston Sloan, B.S., 1933 

Merle Clark Turney, B.S., 1932 

In Education 

Winfield Scott Angus, B.S., 1930 

Melvin Wallace Barnes, A.B., Greenville College, 1932 

Nellie Florence Bates, A.B., 1922 

Virgil Leroy Coile, B.S., 1933 

Lory Edmond Eary, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1930 

Parmer Leland Ewing, B.S., 1930 

Lewis Edward Flinn, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1929 

Charles Kutz Helfrick, Jr., B.S., 1933 

Blanche Veigh Robbins, B.S., 1932 

Marion Louise Stuart, B.S., 1932 

Mary Taylor Swartz, B.S., 1932 



12 Candidates for Degrees, June ii, 1934 

In Electrical Engineering 

Rocco Thomas Capodanno, B.S., 1927 

Marion Stanley Helm, B.S., 1933 

James Curtis Mace, Jr., Ph.B., Ripen College, 1929 

Luther Grimm Ramer, B.S., 1930 

Bhagat Singh, B.S., 1933 

Carlos Wilbur Veach, B.S., 1933 

In Entomology 
John Frederick Alsterlund, A.B., 1932 

In Home Economics 
Elizabeth Gore Curzon, A.B., 1932 

In Horticulture 
Clyde Russell Wutzke, B.S., 1933 

In Mechanical Engineering 

Lloyd Sheldon Butler, B.S., 1933 

Warren Eugene Compton, B.S., 1933 

Charles Eugene Manning, B.S., University of Kansas, 1933 

Robert Caldwell Perkins, B.S., Purdue University, 1931 

John Louis Ryde, B.S., 1933 

In Physics 
Sanford Alfred Berg, B.S., 1933 

In Physiology 
Julius Levine, B.S., 1933 

In Railway Engineering 
Charles Burton Long, B.S., 1933 

In Zoology 

Katharine Gertrude Allen, A.B., 1925 

Mary van Maarth Crist, B.S., 1933 

Norman Thomas Mattox, A.B., Miami University, 1933 

Marguerita Mae Tetlow, A.B., Rockford College, 1933 

Carroll Orme Van Gundy, B.S., Monmouth College, 1933 



The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Madeline Jeanette Adams 

AIaybelle Kathryn Adams 

Harry Adelman, with Honors in History 

Arlington John Ailes 

WiNTHROP Bush Anderson 

Anne Vera Applebaum 

.^LAN George Arison 

Paltl George Aten 

Marjorie Jane Baeder 

Clifford Frank Bailer 

Mary Henrietta Bailey, with Honors 

in Spanish 
Virginia Bairstow 
Helen Theodora Baker 
Mary Louise Baker, with High 

Honors in Psychology 
Edwin Henry Becker 
Gertrude Mary Bedard 
Viola Marie Beecher 
WiLMA Claire Bentley 
Louis Berlin 
Virginia Florence Best 
Robert Howard Bierma, with Honors 

in History 
Eleanor Louise Black 
Eugene Field Bond 
Helen Josephine Bondi 
Helen Ruth Bosley 
Athena Boswell 
Helen Gertrude Bottrell 
Walter Durley Boyle, with Honors 

in PoHtical Science 
Jean Briggle 
Bernice Catherine Brock 
Gerald Keith Brooke 
Edna Mae Beatrice Brunner 
William Paul Buchanan 
William Stone Budd 
Jean But-L, with Honors in EngHsh 
Mary Burdick 

Edward P. Marion Burstein 
Roy Ralston Bushart, with Honors 

in Spanish 
Alice Campbell 
Ernestine Janette Campbell 
Howard Williams Campbell 
Robert Calloway Carlin 
Edith Eva Gilster Gary 
W'iNFRiED Charles Christopher 
Leslie Blaine Clark, Jr. 
Robert Anthony Clark 
Martin Palx Claussen, with High 

Honors in History 
Hazel Dorothy Clifford 
Jean Vincent Conrad 
Mildred Harriet Converse, with 

Honors in Philosophy 
Wayne Ralph Cook 
Francis Edward Coss, with Honors 

in English 



John Charles Cowan 

Richard Stoltz Cowan 

Carroll Thomas Cox, with Honors 

in History 
Marian Harbison Cox 
Charles Richard Creighton 
Janet Luella Creutz 
Isaac Wesley Cundiff 
Jessie Frances Dancey 
Jeannette Amelia Davidson 
Kathryn Maxine Dawson 
Marion Emily Decker, with Honors 

in History 
Robert Emmett Delaney 
Vincent Joseph Del Beccaro 
Debrah Dillon 
Margaret Lenora Dix 
Marion Stoddard Dodge 
Isabel Mary Donahue 
Walter Merle Dorff 
James Theodore Douglass, with 

Honors in English 
Andrew Sloan Draper 
Wilma Evelyn Driver 
Marguerite Jane Dye 
Elisabeth Ashman Edmunds, with 

Honors in Economics and Sociology 
Curtis Miller Elliott 
Yvonne Louise Evans, with Honors 

in Zoology 
AIildred Eunice Dixon Faith 
Donald Legreid Faulkner 
Noble Lawrence Ferguson 
George Harry Fisher 
Morris Leland Fisher 
Dorothy Smith Fleming 
Edna May Flentje 
Doris Deane Fletcher 
Helen Elizabeth Fluegge, with 

Honors in Sociology 
Eliza Brown Foster 
Frances Kathryn Fox 
Frances Page Friedman 
Sarah Jane Fulton, with Honors in 

Philosophy 
John Wilson Gaddis 
Virginia Beatrice Gangstad, with 

High Honors in Botany 
Frederick King Gardner 
Bob James Garrard, with High 

Honors in History 
Robert Paul Gibbs 
Raymond Franklin Gieske 
Lois Gifford 

William Jackson Gilliland 
William Nimmo Gilman 
Lillian Ruth Gilster 
Morton Merwin Ginsberg 
Roy Harold Glockhoff 
Leo Harry Goldstein 



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Candidates for Degrees, June ii, 1934 



Leroy August Goldstein, with Honors 

in Political Science 
Katherine Elizabeth Gollings 
Lecie Carolyn Gordon, with Honors 

in Sociology 
DwiGHT Clarke Gott 
Charles Wesley Graham 
LuciLE Margaret Grossarth 
Herbert William Grossman 
Edward William Gutgsell 
Alice Maurine Hackmann 
Mary Katherine Hansen 
Mary Angeline Hatch 
Betty Hatton, with Honors in French 
Elsie Eula Hawk 
Claudine Alma Henson 
Frank LeRoy Hess, Jr. 
Joseph Norman Hesselschwerdt 
Fred Clark Hill 
Mary Margaret Hill, with Honors 

in English 
Mildred Helen Hirsh 
Harriet Elizabeth Holiday 
Eleanor Wilson Holland, with 

Honors in French 
Elizabeth Homann 
Zelma Valera Hopper 
Anthony Murray Horn 
Hazel Marie Hoyle 
Charles Lytle Huette 
Radford Bernard Huff 
Ida Martha Huie, with Honors in French 
John Huner, Jr., with High Honors 

in Geology 
Ruth Elizabeth Hunter 
Frances Elaine Huson 
Donald Frank Jackson 
Robert Charles Johnson 
Harry Allan Johnston 
Bernice Elizabeth Jokisch 
Gordon Eugene Jones, with Honors 

in Chemistry 
Margaret Walker Jones, with High 

Honors in French 
Norman Pegram Jones 
Frances LaMora Kaar 
Maurice C. Kaplan 
John Keller Karlovic 
George Henry Keck 
Caroline Gold Kennedy 
Thomas Bryant Kennedy 
Ercilia Kiler, with Honors in Spanish 
George Lowell Kiley 
Camille Evella King 
Clifford George Kjell, with Honors 

in English 
Mary Elizabeth Klingner, with 

Honors in French 
Elsa Alberta Koch 
Ruth Elizabeth Kramer 
Milton Kukac 
Frances Margaret Lange, with High 

Honors in German 
Edward Alexander Larkin 
Marguerite Donahue Larkin 
George E. Lathrop 



Ruth Lawyer, with Honors in English 

John Robert Leggett 

Avery Leiserson, with Honors in 

Political Science 
Hiram Henry Lesar, with Honors 

in History 
Kathryn Elizabeth Leutwiler 
Warren Jefferson Lewis 
Frederick Litschel, Jr. 
Lois Leatrice Littlejohn 
Milton Otto William Lorenz 
Wilson McNeil Lowry, with High 

Honors in English 
Frederick Radley Luthy 
John Joyce McCarthy 
James Dayton McCormick 
Donald Earle McGuire 
Irene Helen McKinney 
Robert Smith McKinney 
Leo Charles Mackelden 
Dorothy Maguire 
Albert Henry Malo 
Betty Belle Manley 
Ruth Maxine Martin 
Louis Kenneth Mertz 
Robert Irving Metcalf 
Marie Louise Michaud 
Claud Hartus Miller 
John Glenn Miller, Jr. 
Victor Albert Miszeika 
Audrey Anita Moore 
Dorothy Mable Moore 
Maxine Moore 
Julian Donald Morgan, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Patricia Morrison 
Elizabeth Ann Mraz 
Elizabeth Jane Muir 
Betty Murdock 
Harold A. Myers 
Olga Natinchek 
Benjamin E. Neff 
Betty Johnston Neher 
Louise Nelsen 
Catherine Carrie Nelson 
Mary Lewis Nelson, with Honors 

in History 
Dorothy May Normandin 
Mariam Viola Olsen 
Catherine Marie Palandech 
Martha Jean Parker 
Carmen Louise Parr, with Honors 

in Latin 
John Bishop Parrish 
Virginia Mae Parrish, with Honors 

in French 
John Daniel Picco, Jr., with Honors 

in Political Science 
Karl-Heinz Eberle Planitz 
Roy Raymond Polk 
Frances Porter, with Honors in 

Sociology 
Maxine Belle Porter 
Jennie Lorraine Preston 
Seymour S. Price 
Marcia Kathryn Puckett 



College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 



15 



Elizabeth Jane Purma 

Dorothy Sue Quinn 

Ruth Elizabeth Rehr, with Honors 

in History 
Alfred Harry Reich man 
Katherine Marguerite Reynolds, with 

High Honors in History 
Henry Ricevvasser 
ScovEL Richardson 
William S. Ricker 
AIarjorie Ritten house 
Thomas Nicholas Roupas 
Janet Georgia Rowley 
Rebecca Frances Ruby 
Fredericka Friedberg Samisch 
Virginia Florence Sandberg 
Frank Santarelli 
Alfred Charles Frederick Scherer 
George August Christian Scherer 
Elizabeth Henrietta Catharine 

Schicht 
AIary Christine Schindler 
Dorothy Amalia Schultz 
Henrietta Seaman 
Salene Segal 
AIay Helen Seidel 
Dean Wade Seniff 
Joseph W^ooerow Shamel 
Homer Howard Shelby 
Lois Florence Shelford, with Honors 

in Spanish 
Anne Vanston Sherwin 
Harriet Vivian Sienkewicz 
Beatrice Natalie Silver 
Cora Lowell Sisam 
Frieda Haroldine Skartvedt 
Macie Iris Skinner 
Ida Slotin, with Honors in Spanish 
Belle Vina Slotnikov 
Carlton Spalding Smith 
George Winston Smith, with High 

Honors in History 
Mary Helen Smith 
Robert Alvin Smith 
William Daniel Snivel y, with 

Honors in Zoology 
Roy Erwin Sprague 
Donald William Staehlin, with 

High Honors in Political Science 



Dorothy Ann Standard 

Donald Fraser Steele 

Harold Karl Steiner 

Mildred Stengl, with Honors in Speech 

Walter Wolf Stern, Jr. 

Fred Rice Stith, Jr. 

Mabel Lee Stone 

Dorothy Elizabeth Stuttle, with 

Honors in French 
Donald Grant Sutton 
Frank William Swann, Jr. 
Margaret Genevieve Swanson 
Edna Taborn, with Honors in Sociology 
Charles Daniel Tanzer, with Honors 

in French 
Wanda Agnes Taylor 
Gordon Max Terry 
Phyllis Hofert Theiss 
Kenneth David Thomas, with Honors 

in Political Science 
Joseph Manfred Thompson, with 

Honors in Alathematics 
Malcolm Clifford Todd 
David Strause Traub 
Preston Heath Tuttle 
Dorothy Nell Tyrrell 
Dorothy Rose Vesely 
Alex Joseph Victor 
LeVona Voigt 
Margaret Ellen Waddey, with 

Honors in French 
Robert Winslow Ward 
Ernest Henry Waterman 
Sanford Watkins, with Honors in 

Zoology 
Robert Barden Watson, with Honors 

in Physics 
Faye Hortense Weiss 
Ellen Dorothea Westphal 
Mary Louise Wheeler 
Josephine Mary White 
Carleton Keller Williams 
Catherine Geraldine Williams 
J. Chesley Williams 
Marshall Brockway Wilmot 
Mary Helen Wood 
William Francis Woods, Jr. 
Edward Eugene Young 



In Home Economics 



Ellen Howard Beard, with Honors 
Je.\nne Rachelle Bedard, with Honors 
Mildred Ruth Chapin, with Honors 
Esther Fleeman 



Mildred Lillian Henriot 
Sara Elizabeth Kiel 
Lillian L. Wiczer 
Ada Maxine Wyman 



Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Carl Willis Bartling 
Marion Baumhauer 
Eugenia Duncan Boone 



Robert Cole Burkey 
Katharine Edna Callen 
Harold Arnold Christiansen 



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Candidates for Degrees, June ii, ip34 



William Barton Cleland 

Paul James Dasher 

Esther Virginia Lambert Fail, with 

Honors in Zoology 
Ruth Frank 

Howard Martin Franklin 
Harry Lou Goldberg 
Louis Ivan Goldberg 
Paul Richard Halmos 
Margaret Frances Harper 
Wayne Cox Howard 
John Henry Hunter 
Eleanore Helen Huson 
Wayne Luther Jennings 
Russell Elsmore Jurgens 
Eugene Charles Kennedy 
Elizabeth Winifred King 
Maurice Ray Laskow 
Marie Iva Leonard 
Clarence Max McCumber 
George Gunther Maltenfort 
Clyde Harlan Martin 
Harry Clayton May 
Alta Matilda Meier 



Berniece Reynolds Perisho 

Charles William Pflager, Jr. 

Harold James Read 

Stuart Delmar Roeder 

Grace Alice Seamens 

Georgia Parker Searle, with Honors 

in Mathematics 
William McKinley Shafer, with 

Honors in Physics 
Theodore Thomas Shull 
Olof Ernest Stamberg 
William Charles Starrett 
Eldon Harley Stevenson 
Paul Snell Stutsman, with Honors 

in Chemistry 
Jerome Brice Swartz 
John Maurice Thompson 
Harry Kay Thrasher 
Dorothy Turner 
Warren Carroll Van Male 
ScoTTiE Jackston Wilson 
Jerome Wesley Wisniewski 
Louis Anton Wright 



In Home Economics 



Lila Benjamin 
Doris Giesecke 



Fredrica B. Gordon 



In Chemistry 



Edward Austen Bertram 
Gerald Tennyson Borcherdt, with 

Honors 
Perle Nelius Burkard 
Ralph Arthur Coburn 
John Charles Ewing 
Anton Fassero 
George Nathan Ferguson 
Harvey Thomas Gehring 
Albert John Gehrt, with Honors 
Jack Norman Gishwiller 
Gilbert Earl Goheen, with High Honors 
Ernest Frederick Groth 
Raymond Philip Hofferbert 



Frank George Jonelis 
Robert Eastburn Jordan 
Elroy J. Kraetsch 
Alfred Long 
Francis Joseph Meyer 
Lester August Nalefski 
Charles Douglas Owens 
Marvin Toussaint Schmidt 
Charles William Tullock, with 

High Honors 
Paul Gilbert Van Camp 
John Presten Weidner 
John Lewis Wood, with Honors 
Allyn Rodger Wreath 



In Chemical Engineering 



William John Backoff 
Ralph Balcher 
Kenneth Kahn Bellows 
John Henry Bolchert 
Clyde Norman Collard 
Carl Dudley Cunningham 
Charles Robert Dorsett 
John Robert Foote 
Melvin Arthur Goldberg 
Manuel Green 
Arthur Lawrence Jacoby, with 

High Honors 
Marvin Leroy Kaufmann 
Glenn Conrad Krug, with Honors 
Robert Vincent Lukes, with High 

Honors 



Charles Martin Lydy 

Robert Daniel May, Jr. 

Dwight L. Miller 

Emil Oelberg 

John Harold Piel 

Irvin Harold Rimel 

Norman Talbert Robey, with High 

Honors 
Otto Emil Schlachter 
Ralph John Schmitt 
William John Simpson 
Kenneth Marion Tewel 
Frank Joseph Wirken 
William Wognum, Jr. 



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The College of Commerce and Business 
Administration 



Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Accountancy 



William Charles Bischoff 

Dorothy Ilma Boyd, with High Honors 

Paltl Elliott Cameron 

Deane ]^Ielcher Coventry 

William Davitt 

Clarence Alston Dawson, with High 

Honors 
James Thomas Donahue 
Kenneth Leo Ettenson 
William Joseph Farrell 
Arthur Theodore Ferngren 
Herbert Charles Froeschle, with 

Honors 
John Francis Gabel 
Eugene Rowland Carver 
Cecil Rawlinson Groff 
Manuel Gruber 
James Hajek 
Wilbur John Kallmann 
Edgar Gene Harney, with Honors 
Leonard Keith Hays 
Howard Albert Hazleton 
John Donald Heimbaugh 
Charles Roosevelt Hitchcock 
Fred William Huebener 
Philip Dale Huff, with Honors 
Robert Lee Hyde 
Edward Stanton Johnson, with High 

Honors 
Julius James Klingelhofer 
Charles Walter Knight 



Bruce Clinton Ladd 
John Arnold Leline 
Michael Jack Lipschultz 
William Albert Lorenz 
Charles Augustus McDonald 
John Junior McKean, with High 

Honors 
Elbert Philip August Maus 
Leona Belle Meece, with Honors 
Elwyn Eugene Minard, with Honors 
Albert R. Musick 
Roy Elbert Neathery 
Vivian Starz Pape, with Honors 
Walter Ernest Rahn 
Norman Jacob John Ream 
Charles Tuxhorn Richards, with 

High Honors 
Leonard Rosenberg 
Edward Serpless, with Honors 
William Hamilton Snider 
Basil William Sparks 
William Eugene Stevens 
Robert Wilson Stewart 
Maurice Wax 
Allan Edgar Weidman 
Harold A. Wesebaum, with High 

Honors 
Robert St. John Wilton 
Edward Ditto Wimp 
Caroline Zempel 



In Banking and Finance 



Theodore Henry Akemann 
Robert Lawrence Beall 
Frances Alwilda Berger 
William Robert Boyer 
Everett William Eichelkraut 
William Howard Pauling Emrich H 
Delbert Edward Fiock 
Omar Emmerson Hager 
Theodore Miller Harding 
Herbert Goodeve Hart 
Hltdson Arnold Hellmich 
Marvln George Herman 
George Billings Hewitt 
Frank Dunbar Kelly 



John Franklin Klepinger 
William John Kutsch 
Howard Kendall Moore 
William Frederic Murray 
Lawrence Nelson 
Carl Henry Olson 
Raymond James O'Neill 
Mayer Rashbaum 
Samuel Joseph Scott, Jr. 
Emmet J. Sweeny 
Harry Carter Temple, Jr. 
George Claus Van Gerpen 
Franklin Jean Vernon 
Benjamin Wilson Weisiger 



In Commercial Teaching 



Dorothy Plain Birkett, with Honors 
Ardell C, Jones 
Doris Anna Land 



Lewis Rensselaer Toll, as of August 
13, 1932 



Candidates for Degrees, June ii, ips4 



In Commerce and Law 



Walter Charles Borman, Jr. 
Michael Heilig Farrin 
John Wallace Frick 
Edwin Wilmer Merrick 
Clarence Jerome Nelson 



Lester Kenneth Olin 
Charles Elleson John Sawyer 
Stephen Powers Shoemaker 
John Nelson Tegarden 
Wilson Francis Walker 



In Foreign Commerce 

Evalyn Maudene Blough, with Fredric Andrew Grimm 

Jack Frederick Wilson 



Honors 



In General Business 



Peter James Aimone, Jr. 
Robert Louis Baker 
Russell Edward Baker 
Wendell Francis Barclay 
Alexander Batchelor 
William Ferdon Bennett 
Fred Holmes Bennington 
Ralph Kaufmann Berg 
Rolf John Berg 
John M. Bland 
Francis Eugene Bourgoin 
Everett Gaylord Bowman 
Nicholas Peter Brenner 
Howard Monroe Cheney 
Esther Lynn Cohen, with High 

Honors 
David Fouts Cook 
Harry Alexander Cooper 
John Daniels Courtright 
Henry William Dalton 
Howard Dekker 
John Caleb Dewey 
Paul William Dianis 
Nola Dillavou 
Glenn Walter Dixon 
Vernece Amelia Edlund 
J. Radford Ehret 
Audrey Thomas Etcheson 
Edwin I^Iorrison Finch 
George Fred Fredenburg 
Benson Leonard Friedman 
William Edward Glennon 
Earl Bruce Graham 
Robert Paul Graham 
George Elden Crimson 
Richard Bartlett Grometer 
Dunlap Harrington 
John Joseph Hatch, Jr. 
Melvin Henry Hauser 
Edward John Hellmich 
Edwin Horace Henderson 
Dean Edgar Hey 
James Frederic Hilgenburg 
Lucille Hurn 
Jerome Rubin Isador 
Edwin McGregor Jones 
Henry S. Joseph 
Annabel Frances Junge 
Eileen Bernice Kember 
James Philip Kirk 



LeRoy Edmund Kruggel 
Oscar Raymond Kuehn 
Donald Edwin Larson 
William Leslie Lavicka 
August H. Lehmann 
James Murray McKnight 
Roy Gustavus McLean 
Philomena Lois Marquardt, with 

Honors 
Max Waldon Marshall 
Oscar Winton Miller 
Elsie Irene Minier 
Durl Joseph Mulligan 
Kenneth Russell Neely 
Brintnel Robbins Newlon, Jr. 
Lawrence E. Nilson, with Honors 
Lincoln Dowell Norris 
Herman Robert Olson 
Victoria Omietanski 
Leo Gerald Palumbo 
Robert Pollock Perrin 
Dale Root Peterson 
William Joseph Pfister 
Madeline Helen Purcell 
Mary Ann Reifsteck 
Herbert David Reinish 
Edward Eugene Reynolds 
Donald Bates Richards 
Frank James Ronchetti 
John Hayward Rothgeb 
Carlton Parker Russell 
Albert Folsom Sanders 
Paul William Schrum 
Geneva Metzler Seyler 
James Patterson Silk 
Floyd Barton Simmen 
William Joseph Simon 
Clara Sperling 
Stanley Stephen Spyra 
Robert Bertel Staley 
Russell Taylor Sutherland 
Dorothea Marian Swanson 
Wilbur John Thompson 
Lance Charles Thorson 
Franklin Edward Todd 
Gertrude Faith Tompkins 
Elmer Frank Troch 
Arthur St. Clair Vance 
DuANE Stewart Wall 
Carl John Walther 



The College of Engineering 



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Ethel Rosalind Weaver 
Norman John Weber 
Everett Clarence Weeks 
Billy Earvey Wetzel 
George Homer Wilkinson 



William Herman Wittman, with 

Honors 
Thaddeus Mathew Zachary 
Ray Francis Zuck 



In Industrial Administration 



John Ralph Covington 
John Stewart Cruickshank 
Walter G. Danielson 
Everett Fitzjarrald 
Wayne Harrison Folger, Jr. 
Henry Kenneth Fosha 
Howard August Kellermann 



Daniel David O'Shea 
Howard Bennett Scoville 
Laddie John Sebek 
Paul Anderson Smith 
Robert Beuford Snyder 
Robert James West 
Albert Nicker son Whitlock 



In Insurance 
Walter Charles Leck 

In Public Utilities 
John Wilbert Hammer Ralph Yakel, Jr. 

In Trade and Civic Secretarial Service 

Geraldine Esther David Malvin Merl Hickman 

Earl Frederic Herzberg 

In Accountancy and Banking and Finance 



Lawrence Christian Altmansberger, 

with Honors in Accountancy 
Merle Harvey Boren 
Charles Virgil Champion, Jr., with 

Honors 
John Raymond Cook, Jr. 
Edmund George Dillon 
Franklin Glasgow Emrick 
Victor Rex Glenn 
George Albert Horch, with High 

Honors in Accountancy and 

Honors in Banking and Finance 

In Accountancy and Insurance 

George John Heideman, with High Aaron Robert Koval 

Honors 



Anthony Peter Raymond Iagmin 

John Milton McAfoos 

Walter Nels Herbert Matthias, 

with Honors 
Rudolph Myrna 
Elbert Cameron Page 
Raymond Theodore Ruder 
Leo Herman Sams 
Irvin Harold Toelle 
Ralph Elm Walline 



The College of Engineering 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Agricultural Engineering 
Harry Palt. Bateman, with Honors Willard Clark Gillham 

In Ceramics 
Clifford Martin Andrews Wendell Paisley Keith 

Paul Eugene Grigg 

In Ceramic Engineering 

Frederick Morris Armstrong Louis Albert Lange 

Edwin Palt. Bolin Henry George Lutter 

Bernard Seymour Cohen Joseph Adam Pask, with Honors 

Wayne Herbert Duvall Robert Putnam Stevens 

Malcolm Waldemar Farris William Patrick Ward 



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Candidates for Degrees, June ii, 1934 



In Civil Engineering 



Ralph Edward Bates 

Frederick Raymond Brown 

Russell Grant Carlin 

Arthur Carl Carlson 

Leslie Eldridge Colby 

Melvin a. Dobbs 

Ralph Jerome Epstein 

James Fyfe Fitchie 

Timothy Bernard Flattery 

William Dee Fooks 

Arthur Paul Geuss 

James Patrick Hamilton 

Robert Hickman 

Robert Francis Hoffman 

Walter Joseph Hoffman 

Gene Clair Jackson 

Noureddeen Abdullah Kahale 

Vivian Gregor Kaufman, with Honors 

Joseph Eugene Kettle 

Harold Nelson Kingsbury 

John Sherman Lambright 

Kenneth Raymond Leifermann 

Henry Peter Lessler 

Henry Reimer Linder 

Howard James Lowe 

Edgar John Jacob Luetzelschwab, 

with High Honors 
Leon Maslan 



Ralph William Mueller, with High 

Honors 
Bernard Michael Nachman 
Tilford Andrew Olson, with Honors 
George Pagels, Jr., with High Honors 
Charles Orville Reinhardt 
Guy Benjamin Righter, with High 

Honors 
Herschel St. Ledger, with Honors 
Edward Gust Schultz 
Stewart McBride Spalding 
Simon Harry Stern 
Herbert Raymond Stokes 
Glen Irvin Talbott 
Jack Kalman Tchernowitz 
Robert Ernest Tucker 
Harold Anthony Wallace, with 

Honors 
Kenneth Earl Welton 
John Dale White 
Elmer Carlin Whittaker 
Louis Wilbert Wiese, with Honors 
Harold Wright Williamson 
Theodore Reginald Wire 
Eugene Louis Wittenborn, Jr. 
Frank Ray Wood 
Frederick Chacey Yeaton 



In Electrical Engineering 



Maurice Lee Alexander 

S. Sigfred Anderson 

Sam J. Ardolino 

Randall Keck Barrow, with Honors 

John Arthur Bassett 

John Brocko 

Harold W. Burns 

Stephen Cablk 

Louis Orville Carroll 

Fred Robert Cooper 

William Childs Curtis 

Richard Anthony Duff 

Joseph Franklin Dunlap, with High 

Honors 
Cecil Edward Fries 
Payton Kendall Fugate 
Robert Oliver Fulmer 
Fred George 
George Hartwell Giles 
Jules Emmable Gonseth 
John Gornick 
John Cyrus Henry 
Joseph Holland, with High Honors 
Fred Drury Hollenbeck, Jr. 
Daniel Leighton Humm 
Spencer Edwin Johnson 
James Mitchell Johnston 
Franklin Chandler Jones, Jr. 
Lawerance Fred Jones 
Joseph Kessler 
George Jenkins Kiedaisch 
Richard McLaury King 



William Abner Knight, with Honors 

Nobel Herman Koertge 

George Alfred Kolben 

Frank John Kriz 

Irvin Fredrick Krughoff 

Paul Henry Labus 

George Henri LaRoi, Jr. 

John Lawrence Leidenheimer 

Samuel William Lichtman 

Byron Harvey Lofquist 

Fred Morton McCarthy 

Roger Dean Martin 

Thomas Jilson Martin, with Honors 

Chalmer Robert Mikle 

Harlan Elliott Pfister 

William Andrew Ritter 

Albert Charles Rubin 

Charles Keyes Ruddick, with High 

Honors 
Harold Stanley Shott, with High 

Honors 
James Welch Shunick 
Norman Harry Siebens 
Jesse McNeill Smith 
Robert Wilbur Stebbings 
Raymond Balthasar Steiner 
Frederic Edward Strouf 
Chester LeRoy Teach 
Edward Verbarg 
Raymond Wilbur Vonasch 
James William Welch, with High 

Honors 



The College of Engineering 



21 



In Engineering Physics 



Bernard Fried 

Joel AIartin Glass, with High Honors 
WiLLLAM Wesley Hudson 
James David Kelley, with High 
Honors 



Edmund Gerald Sperlin 
Frazer Rice Turrentine, with 
Honors 



In General Engineering 



David William Benbow 
Charles Clifford Bloom 
Roy James Carver 
William Pratt Clark 
Joseph Marcellus Fike 
William Paul Hoffman 
Harvey Julius Kulin 
Heber Von Lauer 
Walter Scott Lawrence, Jr. 



Edmund Adams Lodge 

Glenn Richard Merten 

Roscoe AIojonnier Moon 

George Burkard Ross 

John Victor Shelford, with High 

Honors 
Howard Henry Herman Sievers 
Wayne Goff Smith 
Robert Kirk Stephenson 



In Mechanical Engineering 



William Louis Ackerman 
Joseph Michael Allgaier 
Edward Roy Birkicht, with Honors 
William Henry Borst 
Carlos Emerson Bronson, Jr. 
Lauren Ray Burr, with Honors 
Chester Leroy Butler 
Joseph Harry Cannon 
Arthur Bertil Carlson 
Thomas Parker Dart 
Herbert Doner Diffenbaugh 
Edward Wesley Ertner 
Gladden Howard Esch 
W'alter Fink 
Allen Miller Fish 
Robert George Fitchie, Jr. 
Winnie Narine Foster, with High 

Honors 
^La.rk Stephen Greeley 
William Henry Groundwater 
Giles Perry Hafer 
Henry George Heubach 
Bertram Wright Hoare 
William Francis Hosford 
Palt, Heyl Isenburg 



with 



Walter Knox 
Gene Water Losee 
James Kimberly Mosher 
Adelbert Grant Mutimer, 

Honors 
Fred Hallam Norris, Jr. 
Emil George Oravec 
William James Osman 
Merrill Case Pendleton 
Philip John Potter 
Clarence Thorvald Rasmussen 
John William Ruff 
William Henry Schilling 
Ralph Wood Seely 
Charles Leonard Silet 
Adolph Charles Skortz 
Carl Gustaf Alexis Swanson 
Shirley Reid Switzer 
Maxwell Alexander Thompson 
Charles William Vokac 
George Quaife Wallace 
Clarence William West 
Herbert William Wishart 
Lawrence Newton Wylder 
Charles Potter Yates 



In Mining Engineering 

John Julius Strohl 



Leland Gerald Hazen 
Carl Henry AIuehlemeyer 



In Railway Civil Engineering 
Raymond Rex Manion, with Honors John Faulmann Schuldt 

In Railway Electrical Engineering 



Jerry Ludwig Jedlicka 
James Edward JvIcMahon, Jr. 



Turner Lee Miller 
Clarence Ogden Webber 



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Candidates for Degrees, June ii, 1934 



The College of Agriculture 
Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Agriculture 



Clarence Theodore Albert 

Harvey William Anderson 

Byford Washington Bain 

Halbert Blair Bolin 

Reid Graham Boyle, with Honors 

Lawerance Brogdon 

Edward Wise Burroughs, with 

Honors 
Earl Edward Cazel 
Eldon Bedwell Colegrove, with 

Honors 
WiLLARD Jason Corbett 
Cecil Evans Courtright 
Roy Boyd Craig 
Carlyle Walter Dillavou 
William James Donovan 
Charles Ellsworth Downey 
Albert Carl Edwards 
Homer Eugene Edwards 
Benzion Max Friedlander 
Philip Edwin Gill 
Charles Wesley Graham 
Ralph Elmer Graham 
Gordon Gray 
Ralph Oliver Gutshall 
Roy Clarence Hamman 
Scott William Hinners 
Allison LeRoy Hixson 
Frederick Saunders Hooper, Jr. 
Eldon Eugene Houghton, with 

Honors 
George Josh 
Albert C. Kamm 



Alfred Jacob Kamm 

Roger Turpin Kenney 

Jra George Kinder 

James Xenophon King 

LeRoy John Koehler 

Vernon Otto Landmeier 

Selmar Lee Lehmann 

Ralph Leighty 

Wilford Hardy Luce 

John Albert Mathers 

Ivan Ransom Miller, with Honors 

Timothy Graham Miner 

Clinton Charles Morgan 

Harold William Nolen 

Morris Evans Paddick 

Ralph Batchelder Peverly 

Charles Linden Piatt 

WiLBER Wayne Reid 

John Leonard Retzer 

Albert Ernest Rose 

Eldon Leroy Rutherford 

Robert Armand Sawyer 

Frederick Edward Seyfried 

Richard Norman Shade 

Ben Hubert Smith, Jr. 

Carl Francis Smith 

Eugene Newton Steely, with Honors 

Melvin Roy Stengel 

Oscar Eric .Swanson 

Thomas Louis Templeton 

Eugene Perry Whiteside, with 

Honors 
Wesley Wise, with Honors 



In Floriculture 



Lester Norman Eck 
Donald Kenneth Eckfeld 
Ralph Myles Fisher 
Emerson Taft Gerhart 
Donald Edgar Krick 



Oscar J. B. Nowlin 
Alfred Henry Petschke 
George David Pring 
John Edwin Simpson 



In Home Economics 



Katherine Anderson 

Frances Edith Betka 

Opal Isalene Binkley, with Honors 

Martha Ermentrude Brothers 

Marion Lee Burns 

Jeannette Leona Cohen, with Honors 

Frances Belle Fain 

Elizabeth Judson Hepburn 

Ruth Harriett Hettler 

Mary Jeanette Irwin 

Virginia Catherine Jauch 

Margaret Aileen Johnson, with 

Honors 
Edna Marie Jones 
Ernestine Barbara Keller 



Olive Phelps Kelley 

I^Iary Jean Kelly 

Dorothy Madeline McLinn 

Margaret Edna Miles 

Ann Mabel O'Donnell 

Dorothy Ewing Oliver, with Honors 

Mary Elizabeth Perkins 

Ruth Elizabeth Rathert 

Mildred Maxine Read 

Harriet McKinley Reeser 

Ruth Eleanor Rehm 

Kathryn Marie Sandmeyer 

Violet Adele Webb 

Charlotte Irene Wick 

Virginia Lucille Wood 



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The College of Law 
Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws 

Paul Frederick Boyer, with Honors Louis Albert AIcLean 

Edward Warren Clexdenin Eugene Bernard Maccono 

Rubin Goodman Cohn, with High London George Middleton 

Honors Paul Nicholson 

George Edmond Cook Philip Hastings Nye 

Halbert Otis Crews, Jr. Mary Elizabeth Patton 

Augustine D'Anza Alfred Scott Pfaff 

Lloyd Stephen Engert Frank Edward Reicin, with High 
Francis Victor Flaska, with Honors Honors 

Thomas William Gill Frank Whipple Renwick, Jr. 

^L\LCOLM J. GiLLis, Jr. William Marion Rice, with Honors 

Irwin Aaron Goodman Mark Owen Roberts 

^NLa.l'rice Ellsworth Gosnell Raymond Newton Rooks, with Honors 

Edward William Halloran Henry Byron Rothenberg 

Charles Franklyn Hendrick Harry Irving Rubenstein 

Abe Lawrence Hoffman, with High Richard Benjamin Seyfarth 

Honors Pomeroy Sinnock 

Nelson Oliver Howarth, with Honors Kenneth La Verne Telleen 

Milton Lionel Kohn Harold Minard Tenney 

David Stanley L.aj^der, with Honors William Elliot Trude 

Leonard L. Levin Frank Henry Walker 

George William Loveless Joseph Elbert West 

W^iLLiAM John MacKenzie Edward Earl Wyatt 

Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Law 

Richard Barber Ainsworth, with George Arthur Fruit, with Honors 

Honors John Matthew AIoelmann 

Charles Lyman Emrich, Jr., with 
Honors 



The Library School 



Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Library Science 

Constance Karin Ahlin, A.B., University of Colorado, 1933, with Honors 
Margaret Stevens Akeroyd, A.B., University of Texas, 1933, with Honors 
Josephine Louise Barry, B.S., Kansas State College of Agriculture and Applied 

Science, 1931, with High Honors 
Ruth Beedle, B.S., 1929 

Martha Sylvania Bond, A.B., University of Arkansas, 1933, with Honors 
Blanche Virginia Briggs, A.B., Central College, 1933 
Esther Eloise Chesire, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1928 
Henry Edmunds Coleman, A.B., Centre College, 1931 ; A.M., University of 

North Carolina, 1933, with High Honors 
Bertha Hill Cooley, A.B., A.M., 1927, 1931, with Honors 
Dorothy Baker Dorsey, A.B., A.M., University of Missouri, 1924, 1927, with 

Honors 
Britomarte Eastin, A.B., MacMurray College for Women, 1933 
Mary Elliott Evans, A.B., Ouachita College, 1925, with High Honors 
Dorothy Dee Fannon, A.B., Eureka College, 1932 

Sarah Elizabeth Findly, A.B., Drake University, 1929, with High Honors 
.Almelyne Cora Flint, A.B., Augustana College, 1933 
Emilouise Gerhard, A.B., DePauw University, 1929 
Mae Inez Graham, A.B., North Carolina College for Women, 1925, with 

Honors 



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Candidates for Degrees, June ii, ip34 



Lessie Louise Graves, A.B., West Virginia State College, 1930 

Sara Elizabeth Gress, A.B., 1930 

Jennie Vivian Hedgcock, A.B., New Mexico Normal University, 1931 

Francis James Hennessy, A.B., Northwestern University, 1933, with Honors 

Mary Elizabeth Hinkley, A.B., Drury College, 1932, with High Honors 

Marian Frances Housh, A.B., Knox College, 1933 

Helen Elizabeth Inness, A.B., Knox College, 1933 

Dorothy Esther Johnson, B.S., 1933, with Honors 

LuciLE Elizabeth Lucas, A.B., The College of the Ozarks, 1933 

AIabel Rosalie McColgin, A.B., Western College for Women, 1922, with 

Honors 
Catherine McIver, A.B., The Woman's College of the University of North 

Carolina, 1933 
Priscilla Kathryn Morrow, A.B., University of North Dakota, 1933 
Inga Louise Nelson, A.B., University of South Dakota, 1930 
Alpa Ruth Phillips, A.B., A.M., University of Tennessee, 1928, 1930, with 

High Honors 
Jennie Elizabeth Polley, B.S., Ohio UniversitJ^ 1923, v.ith High Honors 
Elizabeth Wells Sanderson, A.B., Western College for Women, 1932 
Ruth Louise Schweickart, B.S., Miami University, 1933, with Honors 
Elizabeth Kathryn Shoenberger, A.B., College of Mount St. Joseph-on-the- 

Ohio, 1933 
Sister Mary Ada Weirick, A.B., DePaul University, 1929 
Sister Mary Elvira Bredel, A.B., DePaul University, 1929 
Dorothy Staley, A.B., West Texas State Teachers College, 1932 
Edward Barrett Stanford, A.B., Dartmouth College, 1932, with High Honors 
Katheryn Suckow, A.B., Franklin College, 1933 
JuANiTA Walker, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1929 
Marian Pearl Watts, A.B., University of Oregon, 1921 
Margaret Windsor, A.B., A.M., 1924, 1925, with High Honors 
Elinor Lee Worthington, A.B., Oberlin College, 1924; A.M., University of 

Chicago, 1930 
Kathryn Bernice Wright, A.B., Manchester College, 1932 
Wayne Stewart Yenawine, B.S., Washington University, 1933, with Honors 
Hortense Houston Young, A.B., Fisk University, 1924 



The College of Education 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Education 



Mary Elizabeth Abernathy 
Harlow Whiting Ades 
Edward Gordon Allen 
Omar Lee Allman 

WiLLMER OlOF AlSTROM 

Wilbur Hilding Anderson 

Ward Elwood Ankrum 

Oliver Donald Barron 

Edna Helen Bear 

Gail Helen Beasley 

Margaret Louise Beckman 

Alice Margaret Bell 

Claribel Patterson Blanchard, with 

Honors in Geography 
Robert J. Bloom 
Arthur Godfrey Bodkin 
Beth Marvine Bohlen 
Lois May Boyer 
Rowena Gwen Briscoe 
GoLDiE Brodsky 



Oscar Leonard Brothman 
Rosemary Lois Brown 
Wendelle Mariane Browne 
Augusta Esther Bucaletti 
Ernest Frederick Budde 
Weyman Randolph Burns 
Edward Francis Cardwell 
Frank Charles Carek 
Robert Carl Carroll 
Paul Herbert Carson 
Jacinto Ebreo Cathagan 
Orrin Preston Catlin 
Alice May Clark 
Gracye Parks Coile 
Augusta Irene Corzine 
Sadie Alberta Grain 
Zelma Virginia Cunningham 
Vincent James Curran 
James Frederick Current 
Ruth Jean Curtis 



The College of Education 



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Kelex Xovy Danda 
Charles Franklin Dayton 
Edward Nicholas DeLaney 
INIary Mildred Delich 
Herbert Lewis Dershem 
Harry Louis Dickinson 
Eleanor Alice Dix 
Paul Ryde Dixon 
Edgar Harmon Dugan 
Gwendolyn Vera Dunbar 
Eleanor Je.\n Duncan- 
Howard Clifford Eccles 
Ruth Elaine English 
Donald Marshall Esworthy 
Eleanor Evans 
^La.rion Violet Evertz 
Tan"e Fauntz 
Fred Fencl 
Hugo Charles Fenske 
Seth Arthur Fessenden 
Mary Teresa Flannigan 
Lottie Rose Jones Fletcher 
Aurelio Eugene Florio 
Gertrude Elizabeth Ford, with 

Honors in Mathematics 
Katharine Elizabeth Foster 
Lloyd Francis Fox 
}iL\RiE Dorothy Frank 
Edward Joseph Freehill 
Fred Ferdinand Frink 
Raymond John Froehlich 
Gertrude June Gale 
Florence Louise Gerteis 
George Thomas Gibson 
Alice Anne Gill, with Honors in 

Spanish 
Alberta Claire Glaser 
Ruth Lane Gohn 
Robert Arthur Gopel 
Herbert Daniel Gou'ld 
Franklin Henry Graf 
}iL\ry Barbara Granger 
Nathan Stanley Greenberg 
Catherine Elizabeth Gregory, with 

Honors in English 
Louis Edwin Hagstrom 
Ernest Melvin Hall, with Honors in 

History 
Floyd Greer Harms 
Edwin Richard Hayes 
Elizabeth Viola Hayes 
Doris Virginia Hearn 
Ida Heller 

Catherine Adaline Henderson 
Ausby Elmore Hendy 
Thomas John Henley 
Roy Gilbert Hess 
Frank Eugene Hewitt 
Norm.\n William Hines 
Charles Jefferson Hinger 
Mildred Aileen Hodgen 
Thomas Alexander Hood 
Frances Merle Horner 
^L\RY Marjorie Hounsley 



Ruth Frances Huckett 

Claude Otis Hulick 

Clifton Fay Hyink 

Kathleen Charlotte Iler 

Laurel Nicholas Jackson 

Robert Virgil Jackson 

Mary Frances James 

Barbara Ann Johnson 

Jeannette Christine Keiser 

WiLMA Haeger Kendrick 

Virginia Helen Knight 

John William Laurent 

Ethel Opal Lawrence 

Hedvic Lenc 

Gertrude Anne Leverenz 

Gertrude Levite 

Carol Toby Levy 

Julia Elaine Lewis, with Honors in 

French 
Maxine Frances Lewy 
Robert Gust Lindeborg 
Dorothy Ingara Lindenmeyer 
Elizabeth Franklin Loeffler 
June Katharine Lowman 
Ethel Jones Luce, with Honors in 

Geography 
Edythe Ellen Lund 
Vivian Brent McCall 
Dorothy Frances McCole 
Sara Elizabeth McDonald 
Margaret Louise McGrady 
LaJune Frances McIntire 
Anthony Joseph Maffia 
Alma Magnusson 
Olga Leonora Maloni 
Victor Mann 
Bernard Charles Marklein, with 

Honors in Chemistry 
Anne Marie Maroney 
Margery Ruth Mathis 
Benjamin Hall Melamerson 
Max Kalman Meyer 
Evelyn Barrett Middleton 
Agnes Isabel Milligan 
Mary Anne Minear 
Luther Selkirk Minor 
Robert Stanley Minsker 
Stuart Elmer Moll 
Libero Monachesi 
William Howard Morrison 
Oliver Wendell Motter 
Leo Francis Mucha 
Herbert Quentin Mudge 
Donna Elizabeth Neuman 
Byron Louis Nevilier 
Lillian Willetta Nielsen 
Shirley Elizabeth Nielsen 
Floyd Ross Offenbacker 
Marjorie Ardes Olsen 
Mildred Adrienne Olsen 
Violet Alvy O'Malley 
Dick Albert O'Neill 
Anne Virginia Panieri 
Mary Eloise Pennell 



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Candidates for Degrees, June ii, 1934 



Suzanne Pfeiffer 

Ellis Edward Pohlmann 

Dorothy Marie Poirot 

Donald James Polk 

William Didcott Posegate 

Edward Walter Pride 

Louise Anna Pride 

Agnes Ann"e Psik 

Stanley Woodbury Rasmussen 

Benjamin Sydney Rauworth 

Stanley Nathan Reinheimer 

John Newton Renard 

Earl Henry Roller 

Anna Theresa Rosner 

Marie Margaret Rowley 

William Hunter Russell 

Francis Wilbur Samuelson 

Elsie Louise Schaefer 

Jacob Frank Schindlbeck 

Seldon Tandy Schnur 

Ivan Donald Schuster 

Robert Draper Schutt 

Olga Henrietta Senne 

Stanley Joseph Siemiantkowski 

Jeannette Mildred Shepherdson 

Mildred Louise Skinner, with Honors 

in Education 
Leland Prather Smith 
Edwin Russell Snavely 
Virginia May Solomon 
Virginia Leota Spangler 
Helen Florence Steele 
Dorothy Agnes Stiegman, with 

Honors in Mathematics 
Catherine Marguerite Stokus 



Sarah Elizabeth Strader 

Thomas Casey Straw 

Alfred Walter Strzepek 

Mary Margaret Summers 

Eloise Elizabeth Swanson 

Earl Eugene Swartzlander 

Lellia Fern Swearingen 

Angeline Marie Tarry 

Alva Glen Taylor 

Dorothy Marie Temte 

Virginia Ann Trent 

Vivian Margaret Villiger 

Cecil Earl Vogelaar 

Herman John Walser 

Frances Allene Wamsley 

Helen Irene Ward 

Charlotte Emma Warren 

Kathleen Virginia Weightman 

Audrey Zita Wendland, with Honors 

in Spanish 
Bernice Katheryn Wheatley 
Edna Blanche Wheeler, with Honors 

in Latin 
Jane Rose Whitley 
Chester Stanley Wiencek 
LocKwooD Elon Wiley 
Frank Chaffin Willis 
Mary Luretha Wilmoth 
lucile quade winsor 
Tommy Gerald Wright 
Floyd Ernest Wrobke 
Vivian Estella Yeager 
Scott Bennett York 
AIartin Jacob Zeiter 



In Home Economics Education 



Dorothy Sophie Andermann 
Margaret Elizabeth Baum 
Addie Painter Ender 
Virginia Johnston 
Rose Estelle La Bond 



Vera Marguerite Seiler 
Helen Margaret Waldorf 
Louise Rose Zerweck, with Honors in 
Home Economics 



In Industrial Education 



Joseph Abe Belitsky 
Edwin William Best 



Wilbur Marsh Fredrick 
Kenith Elliott Slocum 



The School of Journalism 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 



Dorothy Ann Bartusch 
Blanche Bell 
Florence Julia Boe 
Mary Louise Bowen 



In Journalism 

John William Branta 
Janet May Campbell 
Fred Andrew Clark 
Leonard Evans Clark 



The College of Fine and Applied Arts 



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Robert John Craner 
William Linn Day 
Eleanor Adelaide Dunteman 
Orrell De.\n Dyer 
Josephine Eovaldi 
Morris Meyer Field 
Charles Everette Flynn, with 

Honors 
Russell B. Geist 
Ellington Douglas Golden 
Marjorie Denby Gore 
Joe Dan Grant 
Jeanette Luise Gross 
Lucy Elisabeth Harwi 
Edith Heinzelman 
Ruth Evelyn Hodsdon, with Honors 
Lyle Edward Hoffman 
Alfred L. Hollender 
John Haggart Howk 
Lillian Beatrice Jaeger 
IR\^NG Granwill Jensen 
Ruby Kathryn Jones, with Honors 
Lawrence Wesley Kanaga 



Vera Rose Kriz 

Paul Clarence McMichael 

Julia Orendorff Macpherson 

Jane Eunice Mark, with High Honors 

Gordon Meade Marshall, Jr. 

Louis Milliner 

G. Vincent Naber 

Elizabeth Gretchen Nardine, with 

Honors 
Charles Joseph Off 
Marion Elizabeth Pedersen, with 

Honors 
Barbara Frances Rice 
AsHER Melville Richmond 
Richard Lee Roth 
William Giehl Ryan 
Ellen Lois Ryniker, with High 

Honors 
Betty Stuart Smith, with Honors 
Pauline Winifred Stone 
Mary Isobel Stumpf 
John Dysart Tedford 
Alfred Maurice Utt 



The College of Fine and Applied Arts 
Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Architectural Engineering 



Kenneth Akin 

Da\^d Richard Cervin, with Honors 

Stephen John Collins 

Laurence Bainbridge Hotchkiss 

Howard M. Iber 

Samuel Otho Jones 

Cass Arnold Lamb, Jr. 



Pierce J. Manley 
George Colonel Metz 
IMorton Austin Newcomb 
Edward Earl Simmons 
Alwin Edward Wanderer 
Frederick Elmer Zimmermann 



In Architecture 



William Everette Armantrout 
George Emil Bader 
Earl Ralph Benedict, Jr. 
Janice Elizabeth Conard 

WlLUAM CORBETT 

John William Davis 
Cecil Ray Drake 
Edward Gordon Glasser 
Arturo E. Gonzalez 
Kenwood Smith Hauter 
George Robert Johnson 
Hilding N. Johnson 
John Franklin Kausal 
Harris Atteridge Kemp 
William Edward Kittle 



Albert William Kirschenbaum 
Bernard Bertram Krauss 
Charles Edward McBurney, Jr. 
William Francis Newkirk, with 

Honors 
LeRoy Robert Oman 
Herbert Walter Peters 
Arthur Emil Rigolo, with High 

Honors 
Ivan A. Sarkiss 
Joseph Philip Schierer 
"David Lee Soltker 
James McClure Turner 
Charles Victor Ulfeldt 
Joseph Anthony Vedra 



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Candidates for Degrees, June ii, 1934 



In Public School Music 



LoRAiNE John Bert, with Honors 
Letha Ma-e Cummins 
Ambrose Elliott, Jr. 
Alma Helene Frese 
Evelyn Virginia Gohn 
Claude Otis Hulick 



Catherine Harriet McCord 
Esther Virginia Medley 
Irene Oehmke 
Wesley Leon Reeder 
Alden Hardy Trickey 



Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Music 



Melvin Lester Balliett 

Loraine John Bert, with High Honors 

Helen Marie Bucher, with High 

Honors 
William Francis Moon 



Eileen Alverda Jasper, with Honors 
John Stanford Schwengel 
Orlena Lois Stevenson 
Samuel Miller Trickey 
Florence Virginia Wilson 



Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts 
In Landscape Architecture 



Randall Ridgley Evans 

Max Golden Fuller 

Weldon Wesley Gratton 

Howard Warner Gregg 

John Storey Kendrick, with Honors 



Mary Virginia Mills, with High 

Honors 
Clifford George Petrie, with Honors 
Nelva Margaret Weber, with High 

Honors 



In Landscape Architecture, City Planning Option 
Richard George Redell 

In Painting 



Olive Miriam Buchholz, with High 

Honors 
Helen Iris Chamberlain 



Margaret Letitia Earnest 

Lynn Edward Pierce, with Honors 



The School of Physical Education 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Physical Education 



David Eugene Adams 
Robert James Aldrich 
Evelyn Elizabeth Bachmann 
Verla Rae Bennett 
Mary Oliver Black 
Janet Marcia Bond 
Janet Alford Brown 
Dorothy Mae Cruise 
Beulah Albertina Green 
Dorothy May Hautau 
William August Hedtke 
Mildred Jeannette Kadyk 
Barbara Kerch 
Floyd Worman Kerr 



Eda Kosel 

John Fredrick Lindsey 

James A. Long 

WiLMA May Johnson Louden 

Thomas Patrick Lynch 

Matthew Lawrence McBride 

Albert Masek 

Doris Alberta Meneely 

Bernard Joseph Morgan 

Roger Winfield Morse 

Daisy Violet Nejdl 

Elizabeth Webber Shelly 

ZiTA Helen Spradling 

Louise Worley, with Honors 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago 
June 8, 1934 

The College of Medicine 
The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Medicine 



George Harold Ashline 

Milton C. Baumann 

Charles Edward Brown 

Samuel Burack 

Joseph Peter Cascino 

John Goolsby Cecil 

Ralph Chapman 

Chester Coggeshall 

H. Ellsworth Dorton, with Honors 

Irving Favus 

Leona R. Fordon 

Eugene Warren Gessler 

Alfred Josef Goldstein 

Orville E. Gordon 

Morris Greenberg 

Jack W. Grossman 

Samuel A. Gunn 

John O. Hanson 

George Melvin Harms 

John A. Havlicek 

Paul Herzog 

Allan B. Hirschtick 

F. Marion Jacks 

Natalia J. Janicki 

John Stuart Kapernick 

Henry Kaplan 

Selig Joel Kavka 

John W. Keyes 

Alfred J. Klein 

William Philip Kleitsch 

Alfred John Kreft 

Joseph Arthur Kwint 

Herman Boris Lander, with Honors 

Gilbert G. Lapid 



Fred Hunter Lawrence 

Edwin H. Lawson 

Arthur B. Levan, with Honors 

Louis Levin 

Milton J. Levisohn 

Roland M. Levisohn 

Samuel Liebman 

Sol Ludmerer 

Irwin H. AIakovsky 

Samuel Marcus 

Lloyd L. Matzkin 

Simon J. Maydet 

Ira Morrison 

Mitchell Joseph Nechtow 

Everett J. Olenick, with Honors 

George Vernon Potter 

Oliver Vernon Renaud 

Preston Walker Sawyer 

Samuel L. Schreiber 

John Chapell Scully 

Arthur Louis Shapiro 

Adam Slaw 

Hyman Sydney Steinberg 

Isadore Turetsky 

Samuel J. Turner 

Hymen L. Udesky 

Chester Wade 

Milan Michael Wasick 

Joseph Yanowitz 

Francis Joseph Young 

Tommy Richard Young 

Sidney E. Ziffren 

Raymond Dumont Zimont 



The Certificate in Medicine 



Joel E. Adams 

George Henry Agate, B.S. 

Elmer Arnold Albers, B.S. 

Edward Ragner Anderson, B.S. 

Jltius Aronow, B.S. 

Abraham Aronson, B.S. 

Edwin Francis Baker 

Norman Lltjlow Baker, B.S. 

Eli Bard, B.S. 

George W'illiam Itzweire Bard, B.S. 

Edward Stuart Baxter, B.S. 

Alfred Paul Bay, B.S. 

Palt. Lincoln Bedinger, A.B., B.S. 



Myron Clyde Benford, B.S. 
Marie Katherine Bepko, B.S. 
Max Berg, B.S. 
Irving Berger 

Maxwell Robert Bernstein, B.S. 
Charles Arthur Billings, A.B. 
Melvin Frank Otto Blaurock, B.S. 
Edward Vincent Boarini, Ph.C. 
Willis Jlt-ian Bogue, B.S. 
Edward J. Bomze, B.S. 
Meyer Brodkin, B.S. 
Charles Edward Brown 
David Joseph Brown, B.S. 



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Degrees Conferred in Chicago June 8, 1934 



Earl Clifford Bucher, A.B., B.S. 
George Hickman Burkhart 
Herschel Smith Burns, A.B., M.S. 
Richard Thomas Calosio, B.S. 
Robert Ralph Citron, B.S. 
William A. Clarke 
Morton Irving Cohen 
Sidney Sol Cohen, B.S. 
Arthur Edwin Cooper 
Robert Paul Coseglia, B.S. 
Harry Myer Crystal, B.S. 
Frank Benson Deardorf, B.S. 
Harry Carrol DeBourcy, A.B. 
Edward E. DeLong 
Lucius Matlock Dillman, B.S., M.S. 
Benjamin Burt Elster, B.S. 
Harold Samuel Feinhandler, B.S., 

with Honors 
Marshall Louis Fisher, B.S. 
Morris E. Fox 
Vincent Freda, B.S. 
John Joseph Freeman, B.S. 
Leon Thomas Fruin, B.S. 
WiLLARD Wilson Fltllerton, A.B., 

B.S. 
AvisoN Gano 
William Gernon, B.S. 
Robert Wagner Glenn 
Hyman Harry Goldstein, B.S. 
Hyman Samson Gordon, B.S. 
Frank Green 

Henry Arthur Grennan, B.S. 
Joseph Goddard Gustafson, B.S. 
Laurie John Hakala 
Henry Russell Hall, B.S. 
Henry Arnold Hanelin 
Jesse Freeland Harrold 
Kyle C. Hawkins, B.S. 
Noel John Hershey, A.B., B.S. 
Clarence P. Holoffe, B.S. 
Theodore Holstein, B.S. 
Louis Alois Holub, B.S. 
John Francis Huffman, B.S. 
Jerome Jacob Hurwich, B.S., M.S. 
Maurice Bernard Jacobs, B.S. 
Herman Roy Johnson 
Titus Maurice Johnson, A.B., B.S., 

M.S. 
Harold Kahn, B.S. 
Seymour Pass Kaiz 
Benjamin Kaplan 
AIaurice Kaplan, B.S. 
Charles Grovenor Keigwin, B.S. 
David Kleiman, B.S. 
John Louis Koza 
Robert Eugene Kraft, B.S. 
Irving Krakower, B.S. 



Frank Henry Kuczewski 

Mitchell Edward Langner 

Morey Lapin, A.B., B.S. 

Irving Harold Lederman, B.S. 

Carl James Lehwald, B.S. 

Robert George Lemon, B.S. 

Milton Levin, B.S. 

William Forrester Maley, A.B., B.S. 

Robert Glenn Marshall, B.S. 

Robert Edgar Martin 

John Haley Mathis, B.S. 

Harold Meisenheimer 

Wilber June Menke, Jr., A.B., B.S. 

Walter Ulysses Miller, A.B. 

William Dean Mohlenbrock 

IvA Glene Murphy, A.B., with Honors 

Mitchell Joseph Nechtow 

Thomas Finn Nelson, B.S. 

Harry Nierenberg, B.S. 

Paul James O'Brien, B.S. 

William Frederick Oehler 

Henry Bernard Okner, B.S. 

James Emmett O'Malley, B.S., M.S. 

Forest Caleb Parker 

Ben Pass 

Alfred Lionel Riser, B.S. 

Irving Bernard Richter, B.S. 

I. Bert Rightman 

Brockway Roberts, B.S. 

David Rosenbloom, B.S. 

Henry Carl Rosenstiel, B.S. 

John Bernard Roth, B.S. 

Charles Francis Row, B.S. 

Reuben Rubisoff, B.S. 

Milton Morris Scheffler, B.S. 

Joseph G. Schoolman, A.B. 

Harry Schultz, B.S. 

Harry Robert Schwartz, B.S., with 

Honors 
John Chapell Scully, 
Robert Mayr Shagam, B.S. 
Harold Louis Shinall, B.S. 
Martha Frances Simon 
Albert H. Slepyan, B.S. 
Anton Smerz, B.S., with Honors 
Clyde Oral Thomas 
Philip Gordon Thomsen 
Alex Sol Tulsky, B.S., with Honors 
Leonard Wachs, B.S. 
David Victor Wachsman, Jr. 
Julius Weinberg 
Edward H. Weis 
Robert E. Widerborg 
John Paul Winn, B.S. 
Carlton Emil Witenberg, B.S. 
Warren William Young 
Walter Jacob Zeiter, B.S. 



The College of Pharmacy 



31 



The College of Dentistry 
The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Dentistry 



David Berman 

Julius Berman 

Frank Donald Bernard 

Jacob Cohen, with Honors 

Robert Dane Curtis, with Honors 

Morris Irwin Deutsch 

Jack Ehrlich 

Beopa John Frey 

Faith Gwendolyn Foster 

Anthony Luke Gessay 



Philip Tobe Goldberg 
Craig James Grether 
Dewey DeWitt Jackson 
Anthony Louis Peters 
Benjamin Bernard Shapiro 
Kenneth Palmer Sharpe 
Simpson Tannenbaum 
Israel S. Wagman 
Philip Allan Weinstein 



The Degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery 



Chester Frederick Anderson, B.S. 

Milton Field Anker, B.S. 

Luis Roberto Barroso 

Max Louis Belgrade, B.S. 

Frank Charles Besic 

Sophie Katherine Blaszczenski 

Ben Bernard Block, B.S. 

Irving Burlakoff, B.S. 

Herman Howard Crystal, B.S. 

^loRRis Irwin Deutsch 

Jacob Martin Goldstein, B.S. 



Harry George Greene, B.S. 

Adolph Klein, B.S. 

Roger Raymond Klein, B.S. 

David Solomon Kleinberg, B.S. 

Frank Joseph Kos, B.S. 

Murray Miltz, B.S. 

Jenner Perry Sayler 

Lisbon Herman Schmeiske, B.S. 

Myron Hale Shaner, B.S. 

King Emmett Winston 

Milton Melvin Wolfe 



The College of Pharmacy 
The Degree of Pharmaceutical Chemist 



Irving Adler 

Christopher Hollie Aiken 
Clement Frederick Albrecht 
Leland Burdette Alderson 
GusTAV Leon Anderson 
Robert Louis Andro 
Miriam Axelrod 
Joseph Azukas 
Stanley George Balchunas 
Edward Benes 
William Julian Bilek 
Joseph Walter Borek 
Wallace McNamee Bruso 
Frank William Can'edy 
Paul John Cartwright 
George Norbert Cervak 
Anastasia Champagne 
Arthur Rubin Chernoff 
Arnold Carl Emil Christensen 
Thaddeus James Chrzanowski 
John Joseph Cihon 
Arnold Manville Cohn 



John Wesley Coonrad 

Neil Curry 

Harry William Dalburg 

Victor Lee Davis 

Martin Miller deLong 

Edward H. Divine 

Aaron Dorevitch 

Royal S. Dudley 

Ben Efrussy, with Honors 

Harry Feldman 

Daniel Fishman 

Harry Philip Frank 

Harold George Freyermuth 

Edward Daniel Gajewski 

Harry Gandell 

Ernest J. Gerber 

Arthur Paul Glowczewski 

Isaac Alexander Goldenberg 

Nathan Goldenberg 

Joseph Green spoon 

Harold Paul Hagemeyer 



32 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago June 8, 1934 



William Frederick Hahn 

John Daniel Harris 

Florence Marie Hatter 

WiLLARD Franklin Heddles 

Irving Heinrich 

Samuel David Himelfarb 

Marvel LeRoy Holstin 

Delbert Louis Hook 

Herman Giles Hopson 

William Lincoln Hubbell 

Nicholas Joseph Hulcziy 

Andrew Vincent Indovina 

Russell Low^ell James 

Walter Albert Jasien 

David Joseph 

George Albert Jundt 

Joseph Paul Kalasinski 

Louis Kanter 

Leon Kaplan 

Harry Irwin Kaufman 

Forrest Marvin Klick 

Robert L. Kniss 

Frank Joseph Korinek 

Ervin Frank Kowalski 

Alex Kritzman 

Irwin Lustgarten Krohn 

Wilbur Joseph Kuhn 

Robert Francis Kunke 

Milton M. Kurkov 

Henry Julian Kutza 

Alden George Laufer 

Robert L. Leach 

Albert Lewis 

Evan Robert Lewis 

Sam H. Linetzky 

Howard Arthur Lowy 

Paul C. Lundholm 

Clifford H. McDaniel 

Eugene Joseph McFadden 

Lee Lester Marcus 

I. Irwin Millard 

Eleanor Dorothy Mioduszewski, with 

Honors 
William Douglas Morgan 
Anthony Carl Mosteika 
Anthony Jacob Mueller 
Fred Thomas Mukensnable 
Frank Joseph Muno 



Irving Roussel Naviaux 

Mitchell Nieman 

Aloysius John Niezgodzki 

Mathias Joseph Oehlberg 

Richard John Ostry 

LaFayette Parrish, Jr., with Honors 

Louis Picker 

Irving Plot kin 

Lucille Potuto 

Thomas A. Reed, with Honors 

Nadejda Remenchik 

Gerald William Render 

Louis Reznick 

Frederick M. Ritterbusch 

Roderick M. Robertson 

Norman Rochell 

David R. Rosenfeld 

William Clinton Ross 

Raymond F. Ruemmler 

Carl A. Sand 

Murray Matt Scharf 

June Schiff 

Hyman Schwartz 

John Seremak 

Roy Edward Seyffert 

V. Reed Shaw 

Harry Rohde Sheagren 

Carl Jay Shulman 

George Frank Sima 

Sister Anne Gallagher 

Louis Frank Sladky 

Rafael Umberto Spiteri 

Adolph E. Stein 

Frederick Donald Strout 

George Edward Thornton 

Stanley Joseph Toporek 

Otto Trejbal 

Anthony Tsimolakis 

Charles S. Turner 

Joseph Rataj Vesely 

Ruth Warsaw 

James Weinberg 

Irving Morton Withall 

Bertha Ophelia Woods 

Morry Wor skill 

George Matthew Worthley 

David Zitnick 

Julian Zweig 



The Certificate in Pharmacy 



Harry William Adams 
Hyman Africk 
George Edward Bruha 
Leonard Denenholz 
Max Drexler 
Sam Drexler 
Henry Gardner 
Aaron A. Goldin 
Talmage W. Kisner 



Arthur Leonard Lampert 
Helen Josephine Pilkis 
Meyer Scholnick 
Leon Zee Seltzer 
Nathan Stein 
Joseph Francis Valvoda, Jr. 
Melvin Witkin 
Theodore Clarence Zeman 



The Graduate School 33 



The Graduate School 
The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

In Bacteriology 

Catherine Virginia Fisher, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1929; M.S., 1931. 
Classification of yeasts and yeast-like fungi isolated from normal skin 
and mucous membranes. 

In Pathology 

Sol Roy Rosenthal, B.S., M.D., M.S., 1925, 1927, 1931. Studies in ather- 
osclerosis: chemical, experimental, and morphologic. 

In Pharmacology 

Palt, Leon Ewing, A.B., Milton College, 1926; M.S., 1929. The effect of ultra- 
violet light on some sympathomimetic substances. 

In Physiology 

Paul Winston Smith, B.S., Kansas State Teachers College, 1928; M.S., Uni- 
versity of Tennessee, 1929. The relation between initial tension and fiber 
length and the mechanism of energy release in striated muscle. 



The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Psychology 
Irving Rich.\rd Popell, A.B., 193 1 

The Degree of Master of Science 

In Anatomy 

Allan Gibson Brodie, D.D.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1919 
Louis Zolo Fishman, B.S., M.D., 1925, 1927 

In Bacteriology 

Mildred Harriet Benson, B.S., University of Chicago, 1924 
Walter Ulysses Miller, A.B., 1927 

In Dental Pathology and Therapeutics 
Robert Marshall Stephan, D.D.S., 1932 

In Obstetrics and Gynecology 
David Rosexbloom, B.S., 1932 

In Orthodontia 

Sherwood Reed Steadman, B.S., Princeton University, 1929; D.D.S., University 

of Minnesota, 1932 
Olga Irene Tobiasz, B.S., D.D.S., 1928, 1930 



34 Degrees Conferred in Chicago June 8, ip34 

In Pathology 
Max Berg, B.S., 1932 
Harold Kahn, B.S., 1932 
Jack D. Kirshbaum, M.D., 1929 
Irving Harold Lederman, B.S., 1934 

In Physiology 
David Howard Wagner, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1927; M.D., 1931 

In Physiological Chemistry 
Roy Kenneth Snyder, B.S., 1929 



Degrees Conferred Since the Last 
Commencement 

Conferred in August and October, 1933, 
and in February, 1934 



The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

The Degree of Bachelor of Arts 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



John Trevett Allen (February) 
Helen Love Anderson (February) 
Ruth Addison Attaway (August) 
Raymond R. Auerbach (October) 
William Green Baker (February) 
Mary Natalie Barnett (October) 
Bernice Belle Barton (October) 
Walter Garfield Batty (October) 
Reuben Albert Baumgartner, with 

Honors in Mathematics 

(February) 
Kathryn I^Iay Bonges (August) 
Anne Jessie Brittin (February) 
Eugene Cameron Brown (October) 
Martha Hamilton Butcher 

(February) 
Leo Shanahan Cahill (October) 
Frances Caldwell (February) 
Elliot Cassidy (February) 
William Wellington Colby (August) 
Leland Eugene Conley (February) 
LuaLLE ]May Copper, with Honors in 

English (August) 
John Henry Corbett (February) 
John Howard De Gette (February) 
Esther Damaris Dyer (February) 
Virginia Eicher (February) 
Janet Elizabeth Eisner (February) 
Florence Fifer (February) 
Florence Wellings Fox (October) 
Margot Francis (February) 
Mary Emily Griswold (February) 
George Linden Haggard (October) 
James Rice Hansgen (February) 
Hester Louise Harrold (February) 
GoRETH Marvin Lee Hasting 

(August) 
Esther Vivian Hill (February) 
Alfred LoL^s Hillebrand (February) 
Elfriede Horst (October) 
Harry Newton Irwin (October) 
George Walker Johnson (February) 
Ruth Carolyn Johnston (February) 



John Joseph Kubica (October) 
William Herman Lawrence 

(October) 
Herbert Henry Lawson (February) 
Mary Janice McAllister (October) 
Dorothy Grace McCabe (October) 
Carl Hugo McCord (February) 
Mary Betty McCreary, with Honors 

in Psychology (February) 
Ellen McNeill (February) 
Thomas Bernard Mackie, Jr. 

(October) 
Bernard Tieh Malter (August) 
Robert Brewer Marberry (February) 
Louis Lynn Joseph Patrick Mason 

(February) 
Roy Halsted Mason (October) 
John Pitney Mead (February) 
Gail Lorenz Miller, with Honors in 

Chemistry (August) 
Emil Max Mortel (October) 
James Thomas Morton, Jr. 

(February) 
Richard Allen IMunnecke 

(February) 
George Belvey Nesbitt (October) 
Philip Hastings Nye (October) 
Jerry Randall Owings (February) 
Charles Edward Leland Perkins 

(February) 
Louis Joseph Piano (August) 
Stanley Roy Pierce, Jr. (October) 
Eleanor L. Pope (October) 
Sol Porte (February) 
Elsie Rebecca Ready (February) 
Russell Cameron Rink (October) 
Howard Creighton Roberts (August) 
Ruth Violet Roselle (February) 
Mary Victoria Sandretto (October) 
David Schaffner (February) 
Louise Schimpf (August) 
Marthe Jacqueline Schmidt (Febru- 
ary) 



36 Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 

Emma Ellen Schriner (August) Marian Louise Joan Sullivan 
Joseph Joaquin Riasette Scopel (February) 

(August) Claude Wayne Thomason (August) 

Walter Lynn Settlemire (August) Winifred Vernor (October) 

Virgil Leslie Sikes (October) Carl Kellogg Walbert (February) 

Anne Blanche Steiner, with Honors Edward George Weltin (February) 

in French (February) Helen Anna Wolf (August) 
Harry Sternberg (August) 

In Home Economics 
Cora Marie Unwiller (October) 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Robert Frost Blaine (October) John Francis Matuszeski, with 
Theodore Raymond Fetherston Honors in Chemistry (February) 

(February) Mildred Ardell Norval, with Honors 
James Clark Finley (February) in Mathematics (February) 

John Edward Hogan (October) Catalino Mangaoang Orencia 
Arthur Ralph Jennings (February) (February) 

Walter Stephen Kotas (October) Charles Slobutsky (October) 

Maurice Eugene Sparks (February) 

In Chemical Engineering 

John Bradford, Jr. (February) John Anthony Milko (February) 

Jack Feldman (February) Wing Fui Moy (October) 

ISADORE Freeman (February) Philip Dwight Rearick (February) 
Horace Earl Harrison (February) 

In Chemistry 

Roy Otto Benson (August) Frank Ervin Kinsinger 

Thomas Aloysius Carroll (October) 

(February) Thomas Francis H. Leyden (August) 



The College of Commerce and Business 
Administration 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Accountancy 

William Harrison Bacon (October) Mary Elizabeth Readey (August) 

Chauncy Harvey Laird (October) Aness Saikley (February) 

George Alexander Lyerly (August) Eugene Clarence Sweedler (August) 
William Wallace Mytar (October) 

In Banking and Finance 

Lawrence Clayton Barden Howard Clarence Meadors (October) 

(February) William Frederick Schneider 

Chester LeRoy Blomberg (October) (February) 



The College of Engineering 37 

In Commerce and Law 

Lowell Roy McConnell (February) Joseph Robert Rosborough (October) 
Albert Emmett Marien (October) Robert Nelson Wallace (February) 

Alfred Scott Pfaff (October) 

In Foreign Commerce 

John Herman Helwig (October) Frederic Loweth Winslow (October) 

Donald Stanley Mitchell 
(February) 

In General Business 

Edward Milton Ahrens (August) Judson Walter Keating (February) 

Neal James Anderson (October) Warren Kinsey (August) 

Ferdinand Paul Borchardt Milton Sydney Kramer (October) 

(February) Robert Andrew Linberg (August) 

Robert Grossman Cathcart (August) Claude White McDaniel (February) 

Richard Garard Gisne (October) Laurence Henry Mann (February) 

Stuart Douglas Gurrie (August) Dallas Martin Meyer (August) 

Henry Lloyd Dean (August) Gharles Edwin Pruett (February) 

George Edward Dooley (August) Edward Allen Sarsfield (August) 

Jane Marguerite Hammersmith Elmer Martin Schaudt (February) 

(August) Dan James Sullivan (August) 

Edward Garl Hartung (February) H. Stanton Thomas (August) 

John Jay Healy (February) Warren Edgar Wingert (August) 
Earl Meredith Johnson (August) 

In Industrial Administration 
Orville Frank Kocour (February) William Howard Lang (October) 



In Public Utilities 



Bradford Henry Chambers 
(February) 

The College of Engineering 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Ceramic Engineering 

Kenneth Roy Jones (February) 

In Civil Engineering 

George Archie Allen (February) Benn Joseph Leland, with Honors 
Carlos Claure Arze (February) (February) 

Edward Ganja (October) Arthur Charles Nauman (February) 

Marcel Michael Joseph Gerber Norman S. Olsen (February) 

(February) Maurice Samuel Reifman (February) 

Harold Simon Johnson (February) Lester John Wolma (October) 

James Zaloudek (October) 

In Electrical Engineering 

Donald Philip Duffy (February) Nelson Mitchell Lovell (February) 

William Jay Hannan (February) Frank Dean Low (February) 

DoNAL Alanson Long (October) Robert Stephen Mason (February) 



38 Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 

Harold August Reich (October) Charles Herman Trommer 

Bernard Gross Siegel (October) (February) 

Harry H. Tom (October) George Frank Tschappat (February) 

In Engineering Physics 
Otis Benjamin Sutton (February) 

In General Engineering 
Roy Theodore Nilsen (October) 

In Mechanical Engineering 

David Edward Aldrich (October) Ray Frank Meydrech (October) 

David Berg Anderson (February) Rolla Darby Pollock (October) 

Octavio Gonzalez Cadaval (October) George Alfred Willis (October) 
Guy Randall Grady (October) 

In Mining Engineering 
Oliver Horning Round (October) 

In Railway Civil Engineering 
Daniel James Sullivan (February) 

In Railway Electrical Engineering 
Lawrence John Rettinger 

The College of Agriculture 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Agriculture 

Elbert El wood Carlson, with Honors Wendell Edgard Keepper (February) 

(February) Ray Gordon Peart, with Honors 

Leon Henderson Cassity (October) (October) 

Howard Noble Fullerton (February) Garnette Harvey Pool (October) 

John Alexander Hoblit, Jr. Lawrence Arthur Potter (February) 

(February) George Harold Priddle (February) 

Kenneth Alexander Hoffman Russell Elmer Rigg (October) 

(February) Elmer Newton Searls (February) 

In Home Economics 
Wilma Charlene Dulin (February) Berthyl Lena Glossinger (February) 

The College of Law 
The Degree of Bachelor of Laws 

Bernice Lee Blatt (February) John Raymond Larson (February) 

Stephen Edward Brondas (February) Paul Sigurd Pierson, A.B., 1931 
Charles Walter Hinman, B.S., 1931 (August) 

(August) Phillip Benjamin Robinson 

(February) 



The College of Education 



39 



The Degree of Doctor of Law 



Frank Patrick Hanafin, Jr., with 
Honors (February) 



The Library School 
The Degree of Bachelor of Science in Library Science 

Estella Esther Bryant, A.B., James Millikin University, 1906 (October) 
Thomas Whitman Davis, B.S., M.S., Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical 

College, 1904, 1916, with Honors (October) 
Maurine Finkbine Irwin, A.B., Knox College, 1925, with Honors (October) 
Emily Wilma Wright, A.B., Evansville College, 1932 (October) 



The College of Education 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Education 



Joseph Ortan Alberts (February) 
Darleen Ada Allen (February) 
Edward McCarter Anderson 

(February) 
S.A.NTIAGO DEL C. Apanay (February) 
Ruth Alice Arvey (August) 
Anna Chvalovsky Bartels 

(February) 
Carl William Baylor (August) 
Ashley Peache Be.'vtty (October) 
Len.a. Lenore Biggerstaff (February) 
Carl William Birky (August) 
Charles Oliver Boarts (October) 
Vernon Bouknight (August) 
Bonnie Boyd (August) 
Joseph Brock (October) 
Irma Agnes Buell (October) 
Alexander Dunlap Caldwell 

(February) 
Lucille Jane Carson (August) 
XoNA AIae Chaffin (October) 
George Vincent Cohee (October) 
Eli Edward Cohen (October) 
Rosalie Constantine Comment 

(October) 
Elizabeth Agnes Connelly 

(February) 
Mary Luctle Corley (October) 
Miriam Beall Cox, with Honors in 

Education (October) 
Sarane Winifred Davis (February) 
Ellen Dearmont (October) 
Stephen Walter Drew (February) 
Frank Emil Dugas (February) 
John Joseph Dzielak (October) 
Marjorie Foster Ellis (October) 
Mary Jane Farrell (October) 



Douglas Finlayson (October) 
Dorothy Virginia Flowers (October) 
Mary Barbara Foley (October) 
Josephine Emma Gauen (February) 
Nash Gennaro (October) 
Belle K. Goldberg (February) 
Harold Morris Colder (October) 
Hyman David Goodman (August) 
Caralucile Graves (February) 
Barbara Jane Harris, with Honors 

in Education (February) 
Ralph Samuel Harris (October) 
Ruth Irene Harris (August) 
James Homer Hawkins (August) 
Charles Kutz Helfrick, Jr. 

(October) 
Emanuel Hellerman (October) 
Helen Hofmann (October) 
Robert Eugene Horsley (October) 
Melville Wesley Hosler (October) 
Mamie Jacobs (August) 
Manie Belle Jenkins (October) 
Alice Alberta Jones (October) 
La Vern Elwin Joslin (February) 
Ruth Agnes Jurz (October) 
Mary Alberta Kabbes (August) 
Augusta Klontz (October) 
Joseph Marcel Korzen (February) 
Harry Koval (February) 
Anna Josephine Landa (February) 
Leon Joseph Lundahl (October) 
Helen Louise MacDonald (February) 
Irma Amelia Lumber McMillan 

(February) 
Marguerite Mary McTaggart 

(October) 
Robert Frederick Maley (October) 



40 



Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 



John Milton Malmberg (August) 
Philip Melody (October) 
Marjorie Rea Milburn (October) 
Glen Gilbert Millikan (August) 
Helen Louise Moore (February) 
Harland Edwin Nelson (October) 
Barbara Nussbaum (February) 
Harry George Nutting (October) 
Mark Arnold Peterman (February) 
Kenneth George Peterson (October) 
Charlotte Thelma Rapoport 

(February) 
Henry Rum ana (February) 
Ansel Willis Rumble (October) 
Guydell Lehman Schwartz 

(February) 
Samuel Dayton Severns (October) 
Francis Thomas Sheehy (February) 



Rheba Gwenolyn Shurtz 

(February) 
Vivian Elizabeth Siewert (October) 
Carl Fenton Smith (February) 
Helen Louise Smith (February) 
Pauline Marie Stewart (February) 
Margaret Cecelia Stiel (October) 
Helen Marianne Thiel (February) 
Arthur George Von Plachecki 

(February) 
Glenn Alexander Waser (October) 
Ralph Elwin Waterhouse 

(February) 
Marjorie Helen Wheeland 

(October) 
Alex Wolf (February) 
Dewey Woolverton ((October) 
Oscar Willard Young (October) 



In Home Economics Education 
Esther Louise Lusk (October) 

In Industrial Education 
John Stranley Charlton (October) Harold Filers Meyer (February) 



The School of Journalism 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



Henry Caldwell Burnett, Jr. 

(August) 
Bessie Evelyn Chapman (August) 
Kathryn Gertrude Hansen, with 

Honors (February) 
Eleanor Wilhelmine Klee 

(February) 



In Journalism 

Janet Luzon MAaNxiRE (February) 
Lester Lyle Robertson (February) 
Ben Shapiro (February) 
George Washington Sheppard 
(October) 



The College of Fine and Applied Arts 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Architectural Engineering 

Robert Earl Barnett (February) Merle D. Sharpe (February) 

Henry Rangvald Olson (August) 

In Architecture 

William J. Gaule (October) Arthur Melvin Ulvestad (February) 

In Music Education 



Helen Iola Henry (August) 
Alice Thompson (August) 



Alice Evangeline Tubes (August) 
Alice Mae Varnum (August) 



The Graduate School 41 



In Public School Music 
Elmer Raymond Beloof (October) Mary Juanita Miller (February) 

The Degree of Bachelor of Music 

LiLLiAX Jacobson (August) 

The Graduate School 

The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Chemistry 

Lee Linsley Alexander, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1932 (August) 
Hugh Henry Hully, A.B., Simpson College, 1932 (August) 
Sister Mary Faith Hand, A.B., Rosary College, 1922 (October) 

In Classics 

Lloyd William Daly, A.B., Knox College, 1932 (October) 

Eva Yvonne Hunter, A.B., Indiana University, 1927 (October) 

Sister Mary Veronica Kortendick, A.B., St. Clara College, 1919 (October) 

In Economics 

Royal Jay Briggs, B.S., Knox College, 1931 (October) 

Vincent Egan Freehill, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1928 (October) 

Virginia Mildred Patterson, A.B., 1930 (October) 

Ruthford Keith Purl, B.S., 1922 (August) 

Arthur Rowland Williams, A.B., Kenyon College, 1901 (February) 

In Education 

P.A.LT, William Arndt, B.S., 1917 (October) 

Marie Ruth Beardslee, A.B., Northwestern University, 1917 (August) 
Martin M. Bielema, Jr., A.B., Calvin College, 1925 (October) 
John H. Brewer, A.B., Austin College, 1899 (August) 
Fred Thomas Burt, B.S., 1930 (October) 
John Wesley Carrington, B.S., 1922 (August) 

Walter Mallon Claggett, A.B., James Millikin University, 1925 (October) 
Pl'rl Ellis Crowder, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 (February) 
Seymer Milton Current, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1922 (Oc- 
tober) 
Glenn Alexander DeLand, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1927 

(August) 
James Henry Griffin, A.B., Wittenberg College, 1920 (October) 
ST.A.NLEY Bear Hadden, B.S., 1914 (October) 
Bessie Lucile Hamm, A.B., 1924 (August) 
Paul Milton Harvey, A.B., Earlham College, 1927 (October) 
Ken'Neth Virgil Henninger, A.B., James Millikin University, 1929 (October) 
Mary Bernice Horton, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1931 (October) 
LoREN Valentine Karns, B.E., B.S., Manchester College, 1920, 1923 (October) 
William Dayton Keyes, Jr., A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1928 (August) 
Roy Leevy, B.S., 1930 (October) 

Charles Albert Nicholas, A.B., Carthage College, 1922 (October) 
Bernice Amber Patterson, A.B., 1922 (August) 
John Collins Payne, A.B., 1930 (August) 

Kenn-eth Phillips, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1929 
(October) 



42 Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 

Wilbur Lawrence Pickering, A.B., DePauw University, 1925 (August) 
DwiGHT French Piper, A.B., Geneva College, 1929 (February) 
Harold Parker Shields, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1916 (October) 
Jean McMillan Thompson, A.B., Hedding College, 1922 (October) 
Kenneth Cory Waggoner, A.B., McKendree College, 1926 (October) 
George Kenneth Dale Wantling, A.B., James Millikin University, 1930 

(October) 
Peter Clarence Washington, A.B., Eureka College, 1927 (October) 
Frederick Gottlieb Weber, B.S., 1921 (October) 
Maurice Marsh White, A.B., Eureka College, 1928 (October) 
Frank Wrench, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1929 (August) 

In English 

Grace Elizabeth Champan, A.B., MacMurray College, 1931 (February) 
Pauline Jewel Drinkwater, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1920 

(February) 
Alice Louise Grant, B.S., 1927 (October) 
Frances Elizabeth Henne, A.B., 1929 (February) 
Helen Louise Kaiser, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1929 

(February) 
Francis Jacob Koenig, A.B., 1929 (October) 

Berniece Newkirk, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1927 (October) 
Amy Olgen Parmelee, A.B., Northwestern University, 1904 (October) 
Elsie Marguerite Stoutmyer, A.B., 1930 (February) 

In History 

Herman Chris Ahrens, B.S., 1932 (February) 

Theodore Leonard Carlson, A.B., Augustana College, 1929 (October) 

Bert Casper, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1927 (October) 

Blanche Cline, B.S., Southeast Missouri State Teachers College, 1928 

(October) 
Doris Cecile Ercanbrack, A.B., Rockford College, 1931 (October) 
John William Gannaway, Jr., B.S., 1928 (October) 
Marion Johnson Griffin, B.S., 1928 (October) 
Carleton Ware Johnson, A.B., 1930 (October) 
Norma Grace Johnson, B.S., Southeastern Missouri State Teachers College, 

1931 (October) 
Hugh Ernest Moss, A.B., Mount Morris College, 1926 (October) 
George Sherman Queen, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1931 (February) 
Freda Pearl Rose, A.B., 1923 (October) 
Ellen Mary Rourke, A.B., 1916; LL.B., Lincoln College of Law, 1921 

(October) 
Mary Lucile Sharp, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1931 (August) 
Harry Hayes Smith, A.B., James Millikin University, 1932 (August) 
Florance Walton Taylor, A.B., Northwestern University, 1920 (October) 
Lillian Dorothy Tolbert, A.B., Knox College, 1922 (October) 
Rollin Willard Tomeraasen, A.B., Carthage College, 1932 (August) 
Quincy Adams Wemple, Ph.B., Shurtleff College, 1925 (October) 
Hannah Esther Williams, B.S., 1923 (October) 

In Library Science 

Clarissa Olivia Lewis, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1925; B.S. (Lib.), 1930 
(August) 

Esther Frances Price, B.S. (Com.), Kansas State Teachers College (Em- 
poria), 1927; B.S. (Educ), Kansas State Teachers College (Emporia), 
1928; B.S. (Lib.), 1929 (February) 

Margaret Helen Spoon, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1927; B.S. (Lib.), 1931 
(February) 



The Graduate School 43 



In Mathematics 

Earl \'in'cent Greer, A.B., Olivet College, 1932 (February) 

Earl Edward Heinhorst, A.B., North Central College, 1932 (August) 

Ora Florenxe Latham, A.B., 1924 (October) 

May Elizabeth Richards, A.B., 1930 (August) 

Zoe Josephine Traver, A.B., James IMillikin University, 1925 (October) 

Florence Leone White, A.B., 1910 (February) 

In Philosophy 

John Lowell Hampton, B.S., 1931 (October) 

Monica AL\gdalene Mikalauckas, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1926 
(October) 

In Physics 

Robert >L-\rtin Resancon, A.B., University of Montana, 1931 (October) 
Robert Bruce Horsfall, Jr., A.B., Reed College, 1930 (August) 
Harold Melvin Pepiot, A.B., North Central College, 1932 (August) 

In Political Science 

John Alexander Bigham, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1929 (October) 
Shin Cheng Yu, A.B., Park College, 1932 (February) 

In Psychology 
Helen Oldfather, A.B., 1927 (August) 

In Romance Languages 

John Hannibal Carter, A.B., 1929 (October) 

Alice Louise Emmert, A.B., Mount Morris College, 1932 (October) 

Felix Legrand, A.B., University of Oregon, 1930 (October) 

Cora Helen Morgan, A.B., 1929 (August) 

Revilo Pendleton Oliver, A.B., 1932 (October) 

Neva Dott Sloan, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers' College, 1927 

(August) 
Frances Conn Stout, A.B., Butler University, 1927 (October) 

In Sociology 

Glenn Edmund Bennett, B.S., 1932 (October) 

Ida Vern Hieronymus, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1923 (August) 

Albert Charles Welge, A.B., 1932 (August) 

William Gerbing Wood, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1927 (August) 

In Zoology 
Emily Stephan Dawson, A.B., 1927 (October) 

The Degree of Master of Science 

In Accountancy 

Charles Benedict Aziere, A.B., St. Benedict's College, 1928 (August) 

EvERETTE Alan Gluts, B.S., 1928 (October) 

Frank Lyle Davis, A.B., Drury College, 1926 (October) 

Gaze Elmer Lukas, B.S., 1930 (October) 



44 Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 

In Agricultural Economics 

Trimble Raymond Hedges, B.S., Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical Col- 
lege, 1928 (October) 
Haxen Soloman Whalin, B.S., 1932 (October) 
Leslie Wright, B.S., 1929 (February) 

In Agronomy 
Lowell Edward Allison, B.S., Purdue University, 1930 (October) 

In Architectural Engineering 
Truxton Ferdinand Keating, B.S., 1932 (October) 

In Architecture 

Hamilton Parks, B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1931 (October) 
Edmund Francis Toth, B.S., 1929 (February) 

In Bacteriology 

Charles Edward McGee, A.B., Illinois College, 1926 (October) 
Zana Gabriella Skidmore, B.S., Ottawa University, 1924 (October) 

In Business Organization and Operation 

Clarence Earl Deakins, B.S., James Millikin University, 1923 (August) 
Earl Samuel Dickerson, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1927 (February) 

In Ceramic Engineering 
Elroy Eugene Howe, B.S., 1931 (February) 

In Chemistry 

Kenneth Crandall Andrews, A.B., James Millikin University, 1932 (February) 

Alden Gates Caldwell, B.S., 1933 (February) 

Robert James Fahey, B.S., 1932 (August) 

Charles Albert Getz, B.S., 1932 (February) 

Elbert Egidius Gruber, B.S., Xavier University, 1932 (February) 

Robert Johnson, B.S., 1930 (February) 

Kenneth Karl Kearby, B.S., 1932 (October) 

Paul Warren Leppla, B.S., 1932 (February) 

Mann Chan Lu, B.S., 1933 (February) 

Shao Yuan Ma, B.S., University of Chekiang, 1924 (August) 

James William Nelson, B.S., 1933 (February) 

Henry Russell Todd, A.B., Illinois College, 1932 (August) 

James Fred Vitcha, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1932 (August) 

In Civil Engineering 

Lorenzo Donald Doty, B.S., Denison University, 1925 (October) 

Robert Barton Pratt, B.S., M.S., University of Texas, 1923, 1924 (October) 

Jamison Vawter, B.S., C.E., University of Kansas, 1916, 1923 (February) 

In Dairy Husbandry 

Carl Edwin Haradine, B.S., Michigan State College, 1932 (August) 
Wayne Wilbur Miller, B.S., 1932 (August) 

In Economics 

Cleo Fitzsimmons, B.S., Iowa State College, 1928 (August) 
Charles Robert Frederick, B.S., 1930 (October) 



The Graduate School 45 



Elwood Kenneth Slusser, B.S., 1932 (August) 
Herbert Bernhard Eckenfels Stone, B.S., 1931 (August) 

Theodore Lewis Whitesel, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 
1931 ; B.S., 1932 (February) 

In Education 

Bessie Atwell, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1928 

(August) 
Orda Sylvester Barnard, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1929 (August) 
Ernest Raymond Britton, B.S., McKendree College, 1924 (October) 
Charles William Cassell, B.S., 1928 (October) 
Raymond Frank Childers, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

192S (August) 
Palt, Richard Comer, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1928 

(October) 
Esther Lydia Cowan, B.S., 1918 (October) 
Shirley H. Engle, B.S., 1928 (October) 
Claran Emmitt Fullmer, B.S., 1923 (October) 
Helen Elizabeth Goodell, B.S., 1924 (October) 
Lowell Van Buren Krutsinger, B.S., 1929 (August) 
Edwin AIilton Leamon, B.S., 1930 (August) 
Mary Margaret McGuire, B.S., 1925 (October) 

Arnold Carl Nelson, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1927 (October) 
Willis Edgar Pittenger, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1927 

(October) 
Harmon Dale Roberts, B.S., 1932 (October) 
Harley Harland Seymour, B.S., 1930 (August) 
Roy Earn Simpson, B.S., 1928 (August) 

Sister Mary Sebastian Rustemier, B.Ed., DePaul University, 1928 (August) 
Edith Dorothy Stevens, B.S., 1927 (August) 
Palx Wendell Stone, B.S., Illinois College, 1925 (October) 
Mary Isabel Thompson, B.S., 1928 (October) 
Albert Willis, B.S., McKendree College, 1925 (October) 

In Entomology 
Ferdinand Jacob Friedli, B.S., McKendree College, 1916 (October) 

In Horticulture 

John Henry Hanley, B.S., University of Michigan, 1927 (October) 

In Library Science 
Wave Lynn Noggle, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1929 (October) 

In Mechanical Engineering 

Gene Edwards, B.S., 1933 (February) 

Julian Robert Fellows, B.S., University of Michigan, 1924 (February) 

Frank Orville Gaskill, B.S., 1932 (October) 

Proctor Edwin Henwood, B.S., Armour Institute, 1910 (October) 

Andrew Wesley Neureuther, B.S., 1932 (October) 

In Physics 

Samuel Arthur Chester, B.S., University of Chicago, 1921 (August) 

Cecil Gordon Dunn, A.B., University of Montana, 1931 (October) 

Ralph Emerson Edwards, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1927 

(October) 
Paul Stafford (Godwin, A.B., DePauw University, 1929 (February) 



46 Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 

In Physiology 
Harold Wallace Neild, B.S., Purdue University, 1931 (February) 

In Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 
James William Frazier, III, B.S., 1932 (August) 

The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 
Conferred in February, 1934 

In Botany 

Myrle Marie Juliana Burk, A.B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1928; A.M., 
University of Nebraska, 1930. The taxonomic significance of the capitate 
Hyphopodia of the Meliolineae. 

Leo Roy Tehon, A.B., University of Wyoming, 1916; A.M., 1920. A mono- 
graphic rearrangement of Lophodermium. 

In Chemistry 

Marshall Herbert Brown, B.S., M.S., 1928, 1930. The absorption of certain 
electrolytes by barium sulfate precipitates. 

Herbert Edmund Carter, A.B., DePauw University, 1930; A.M., 1931. Phenyl- 
ated derivatives of norleucine, isoleucine, and valine. 

James Tucker Eaton, A.B., Central College, 1928; A.M., 1931. The reversible 
addition of aromatic hydrocarbons to alpha, beta unsaturated ketones and 
similarly constituted compounds. 

Roswell Horr Ewart, B.S., Lehigh University, 1925. Chemical reactions in the 
nitrogen afterglow. 

Milton Gallagher, B.S., 1926; M.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1928. The free 
energy of the hydration of ethylene. I. The activity in ethylene in solu- 
tions in concentrated sulfuric acid. II. The activity of ethanol in solutions 
in diluted sulfuric acid. 

Max Theodore John Goebel, A.B., M.S., 1928, 1932. A comparison of the re- 
actions of the bis-indenyls with those of the rearranged polyines. 

Arzy Robert Gray, A.B., Southwestern College, 1929; M.S., 1931. A new type 
of alpha-keto aldehydes. 

Arnold Osborne Jackson, B.S., Presbyterian College, 1930; M.S., 1931. A 
study on the synthesis of ergothioneine. 

Hubert Scott Loring, A.B., Pomona College, 1929; M.S., 1930. The isolation 
and characterization of mesocystine and a study of its chemistry and 
metabolism. 

Earl Laurence Meyers, B.S., Coe College, 1930. Observations on the rare 
earths: I. The density of anhydrous europium chloride. II. The atomic 
weight of europium. 

Theophilus Parsons, Jr., B.Chem., Cornell University, 1924. The preparation 
and rearrangement of some methyl substituted azoxy-benzenes. 

Wilbur Irvin Patterson, A.B., Illinois College, 1930. Stereochemistry of 
diphenyls. 

Dennis Wiffen Pearce, A.B., A.M., University of British Columbia, 1929, 
1930. Observations on the rare earths: I. The separation of thulium, 
ytterbium, and lutecium. II. The magnetic susceptibilities of some ytterbium 
salts. III. The absorption spectrum of thulium in aqueous solution. 

Margaret Antoinette Pezold, B.S., University of Louisville, 1929. I. The 
action of optically active nitrites on cyclic ketones. II. Diphenylene oxide 
derivatives. III. The hydrolysis of substituted sulfonanilides. 

Norman Edward Searle, Ph.B., Brown University, 1930; M.S., 1931. The 
stereochemistry of 2,2'-di-iodo-and 2,2'-dibromo-diphenyl compounds. 



The College of Medicine 47 

In Classics 

Kenneth ^^Iorgan Abbott, A.B., Harvard University, 1928. Prolegomena to 
an edition of the pseudo-Servian commentary on Terence. 

Albert Rapp, A.B., Colgate University, 1928; A.M., Oberlin College, 1930. 
Studies in Greek verbal humor. 

Sister Mary Donald McNeil, B.V.M., A.B., Mount St. Joseph College, 1920; 
A.M., 1928. The manuscript tradition of St. Jerome's Vita Sancti Hilarionis. 

In Economics 

George William Anderson, B.S., M.S., 1923, 1932. Regulation of motor truck 

rates. 
Robert Childers Ashby, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1908; A.B., Nebraska 

W'eslej-an University, 1910; M.S., University of Alinnesota, 1916. Local 

livestock markets in relation to corn belt hog marketing. 
W. Lou Tandy, A.B., College of the City of Detroit, 1930; A.M., University 

of Michigan, 1931. Economics of leisure — a study in consumption. 
Arthltr Harry Winakor, B.S., ALS., 1926, 1928. Branch banking in the United 

States with comparative studies of Scotland, England, and Canada. 
George Fulton Daniel Zimmerman, LL.B., B.S., M.S., 1910, 1928, 1929. Bank 

rate and the monej' market in England, France, Germany, Holland, and 

Belgium, 1900- 193 1. 

In Education 

Robert Bell Browne, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1918; 

B.S., M.S., 1922, 1929. The Harvard philosophers at the opening of the 

twentieth century, with special reference to educational theory. 
Carl Colvin, B.S., M.S., 1912, 1920. A study of rural education in Illinois with 

special reference to vocational agricultural education for the fifteen-year 

period 1917-1932. 

In History 

Ralph Richard Martig, A.B., A.M., University of Oregon, 1927, 1929. The 
Hudson's Bay Company claim, 1846-1869. 

In Political Science 

Roderick Lewis Carleton, A.B., A.M., Louisiana State University, 1929, 1930. 

Local government and administration in Louisiana. 
Pressly Spinks Sikes, B.S., ^Mississippi State College, 1924; A.M., University 

of Texas, 1928. Judicial administration in Alississippi. 

In Zoology 

Edwin Lynn Miller, B.S., Iowa Wesleyan College, 1928; M.S., 1930. Studies 
on North American Cercariae. 



The College of Medicine 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Medicine 

Emily M. Baer (February) Nathan Solomon Deutsch 
Norman Ludlow Baker (February) (February) 

Paul Lincoln Bedlnger (February) Norman B. Dobin (February) 

Myron Clyde Benford (October) Harvey Enoch Gaynes (February) 

Melvin Frank Blaurock (February) Maurice O. Grossman (February) 

Earl Clifford Bucher (February) Kyle C. Hawkins (February) 

Robert R.\lph Citron (February) George Kieve Keppleman (February) 

George Edward Colyer (February) Adelbert Herman Klein (February) 



48 Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 

Sherburne Krieger (February) William John Reed (February) 

Irving Harold Lederman (February) Seymour Salberg (February) 

John Parke (February) Robert Archie Smith (February) 

Alfred Lionel Riser (October) Roger Francis Sondag (October) 

Oscar Mandel Plotkin (February) Albert Frank Stein (February) 

Leonard Price (February) Aloysius Felix Tasch (February) 

The Certificate in Medicine 

Victor Herbert Karpass (February) William Ocasek, Jr. (February) 
Theodore C. Mouzakeotis (February) Sol Singer (February) 

The Degree of Doctor of Medicine 

Benjamin Appelman, B.S., M.S., (July i, 1933) 

Edward Aron, Ph.G. (July i, 1933) 

Lester White Baird, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Harry Gregory Becker, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

David Andrew Bennett, B.S. (December 31, 1933) 

Harry Berman, B.S. (December 31, 1933) 

Edward Charles Bernell, B.S., M.S. (July i, 1933) 

William Edward Bretz, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Florence R. Buky, A.B., B.S. (June 11, 1933) 

Thomas Joseph Conley, Jr., B.S. (July i, 1933) 

William Jackson Copeland, A.B., B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Howard George Diesner, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

William Clay Dine, Jr., B.S., M.S. (July i, 1933) 

Samuel Irwin Ditkov^sky, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Claire Maurice Dixon, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Delmar Eichler Domke, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Raymond Flowers Donovan, B.S. (July 15, 1933) 

Murray Sayle DuMont, Ph.G., B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Maurice Irwin Edelman, B.S. (December 31, 1933) 

Gilbert Harold Edwards, A.B., B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Fred C. Endres, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Arthur Loyal Ennis, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Leon Marius Erenberg, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Daniel Feiman, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Albert Hyman Feinerman, B.S. (December 31, 1933) 

Howard Albert Finney, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

John Oscar Firth, B.S., M.S. (July i, 1933) 

George Herman Fleischli, B.S. (June 15, 1933) 

Jack Galin (July i, 1933) 

George Cullom Geymer, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

John Hamilton Gilmore, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

George Goldenberg, B.S. (December 31, 1933) 

Ephraim Frank Goodman, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Leo Jack Greenberg, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Milton Handelman, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Irving Maurice Harter, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Rudolph Hecht, B.S., M.S. (December 31, 1933) 

Robert Grantham Hickerson, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Benjamin Highman, B.S., M.S. (July i, 1933) 

William Wallace Holleman, B.S. (December 31, I933) 

Harold Mark Hoover, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Joseph Allan Hubata, A.B. (July i, 1933) 

Paul Hurwitz, B.S., M.S. (September 30, 1933) 

Runyan Hungate Irvin, B.S. (October i, 1933) 

David Smeaton Jaffray, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Charles David Kanter, B.S. (September 5, 1933) 

Clarence Francis Kelly, B.S. (July i, 1933) 



The College of Medicine 49 



Elmer Joseph Kocour, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Emanuel A. Kominik, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Thaddeus AIarion Koppa (October i, 1933) 

Harry Kotler, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Clarence Saml^l Krakow, B.S. (February 7, 1933) 

John Albert Layman, A.B., B.S. (December 31, 1933) 

Samuel Sheldon Leavitt, B.S. (September 30, 1933) 

Abraham Leff, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

John Alfred Legier, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

David Alvin Lemberg, B.S. (October 6, 1933) 

D.wiD Lerner, B.S. (September 30, 1933) 

Arthur Harry Levine, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Ben William Lichtenstein, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Loren Lenneth Love, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Max Boyd McQueen, B.S., M.S. (July i, 1933) 

Nathan Allen Masor (July i, 1933) 

Armand Je.\n Mauzey, A.B., B.S. (August 31, 1933) 

Alfred ICarl Meyer, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

David Sidney Miller, B.S. (September 30, 1933) 

Joseph Samuel Miller, B.S. (September i, 1933) 

BuRTis Edgar AIontgomery, B.S., ALS. (July i, 1933) 

Milton Mitchell Mosko, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Alfred Henry Movius, Jr., B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Theodore Julius Nereim, A.B., B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Isadore Maurice Nims, B.S. (December 31, 1933) 

A'loRRis Phillip Orloff, B.S., M.S. (September 30, 1933) 

Joseph Poticha, B.S. (March 31, 1933) 

Theodore Newell Rafferty, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

John Todd Reynolds, B.S., M.S. (December 31, 1933) 

George Henry Rezek, A.B. (July i, 1933) 

Paul Montel Rice (December 31, 1933) 

Samuel Irving Richmond, B.S. (September 30, 1933) 

George Ronstrom, B.S., M.S. (July i, 1933) 

Martin J. Rosenthal, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Harry Edward Ryan, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

William Frank Sayle, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Ambrose Daniel Schneider, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Arthur Henry Schwartz, B.S., ALS." (September 30, 1933) 

Edward Edgar Park Seidmon, A.B., B.S. (June 11, 1933) 

Vaheh M. Seron, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Fred William Seymout?, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Paul Lawrence Sh.\llenberger (July i, 1933) 

Michael Hershel Shuger, B.S., M.S. (July i, 1933) 

Norman Morison Shure, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Joseph Simons, B.S., ALS. (July i, 1933) 

Max Sinay, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Joseph Stagman, B.S., ALS. (December 31, 1933) 

Walter Alfred Stark, A.B. (July i, 1933) 

Isadore Elihu Steck, B.S., AI.S. (July i, 1933) 

Louis AIark Steiner, B.S. (June 11, 1933) 

Carl Sugar, B.S. (October 31, 1933) 

Cecil Earl Tate, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Edgar Abney Thacker, A.B., B.S., AI.S. (July i, 1933) 

Isadore Louis Turow, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Isadore Charles Udesky, B.S. (December 31, 1933) 

Frank Rltjolph Urban, B.S. (August 12, 1933) 

Harley R. Varney, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

John William W.\ll, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

LaVerne AIyron Wallheiser, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

William Hester Walton, Ph.B., B.S. (July i, 1933) 

John Campbell Washington (August i, 1933) 

Louis Earl Weinberg, B.S. (August i, 1933) 



50 



Degrees Conferred Since the Last Commencement 



Dorothy Hutchinson Welker, A.B., B.S., M.S. (July i, 1933) 

Merrill John Werner (July i, 1933) 

LoRiN Dixon Whittaker, A.B., B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Finis Ellsworth Wilson, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Robert Bruce Wilson, B.S. (July i, 1933) 

Adelbert E.\rnest Wuesteman, B.S. (July I, 1933) 



The College of Dentistry 

The Degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery 

Frank Blaine Truesdell (February) 



Herbert Franks Rosen (October) 
S. Daniel Selden (October) 



The College of Pharmacy 

The Degree of Pharmaceutical Chemist 



William V. Abramchik (February) 
Chester John Blinstrup (February) 
Walter Alfred Cassarella 

(February) 
Julian Claitman (February) 
Sidney Crane (February) 
Clarence Anthony Dettloff 

(February) 
Benny Helper (February) 
Joseph Andrew Hula (February) 
Louis Kozak (February) 
Frank Valentine Krestan 

(February) 



Harriet Lescauski (February) 
Samuel Maurice Lieberman 

(February) 
Harold Ramon Morrison (February) 
Chester Stanley Pankros 

(February) 
Samuel Schwartz (February) 
Max Scher (February) 
Frank John VonZelewski 

(February) 
Mitchell Frank Zienty (February) 



The Graduate School 

(DEGREES CONFERRED IN CHICAGO) 

The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Psychology 

Dorothy Louise Fernow, A.B., 1932 (February) 



The Degree of Master of Science 

In Bacteriology 

G. Howard Gowen, B.S., M.D., Northwestern University, 1921, 1926 (October) 
Esther Meyer, B.S., University of Michigan, 1930 (October) 
Paul Joseph O'Neill, A.B., 1932 (October) 

In Metallurgy 
Harry H. Asher, D.D.S., 1931 (October) 



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In Pathology 

Jerome Jacob Hurwich, B.S., University of Chicago, 1931 (February) 
Victor Levine, B.S., University of Chicago, 1925; M.D., Rush Medical College, 

1929 (February) 
George Milles, Ph.G., B.S., M.D., 1923, 1925, 1929 (February) 

In Physiology 

Herschel Smith Burns, A.B., University of Southern California, 1931 
(February) 

In Psychology 
Seymour Steix, A.B., 1931 (October) 



Commissions Presented May 24, 1934 

Commissions as Lieutenants, Officers' Reserve Corps, United States 
Army, and Brevet Captains, Illinois National Guard 



Carl Willis Bartling 
Robert Lawrence Beall 
Edwin William Best 
William Charles Bischoff 
John M. Bland 
Roy Ralston Bushart 
Russell Grant Carlin 
Albert Edwin Carlson 
Arthur Bertil Carlson 
Louis Orville Carroll 
Orrin Preston Catlin 
Howard Monroe Cheney 
Winfried Charles Christopher 
Eldon Bedwell Colegrove 
Wayne Ralph Cook 
John Stewart Cruickshank 
Isaac Wesley Cundiff 
Howard Dekker 
Carlyle Walter Dillavou 
Glenn Walter Dixon 
Charles Ellsworth Downey 
Richard Anthony Duff 
Harold Purvis Echternach 
Albert Carl Edwards 
J. Radford Ehret 
Franklin Glasgow Emrick 
John Curtis Ermentrout 
Gladden Howard Esch 
Audrey Thomas Etcheson 
Kenneth Leo Ettenson 
Donald Legreid Faulkner 
Delbert Edward Fiock 
William Dee Fooks 
Herbert Charles Froeschle 
Bob James Garrard 
Ellington Douglas Golden 
Robert Arthur Gopel 
James Hajek 
Albert Weston Hall 
John Wilbert Hammer 
Henry George Heubach 
Malvin Merl Hickman 
Charles Roosevelt Hitchcock 
Lyle Edward Hoffman 
Robert Francis Hoffman 
Fred Drury Hollenbeck, Jr, 
Fred William Huebener 
Ardell C. Jones 
Henry S. Joseph 
John Keller Karlovic 
Howard August Kellermann 
James David Kelley 
Eugene Charles Kennedy 
Floyd Worman Kerr 



Arnold John Kiburz, Jr. 
Richard McLaury King 
Maurice Ray Laskow 
Howard James Lowe 
Raymond Rex Manion 
Thomas Jilson Martin 
Walter Nels Herbert Matthias 
Robert Daniel May, Jr. 
Ivan Ransom Miller 
Elwyn Eugene Minard 
Julian Donald Morgan 
Harold A. Myers 
Oscar J. B. Nowlin 
Carl Henry Olson 
TiLFORD Andrew Olson 
Raymond James O'Neill 
William James Osman 
Elbert Cameron Page 
Dale Root Peterson 
Charles William Pflager, Jr. 
George David Pring 
John Newton Renard 
Frank James Ronchetti 
Carlton Parker Russell 
Leo Herman Sams 
Samuel Joseph Scott, Jr. 
Joseph Woodrow Shamel 
Howard Henry Herman Sievers 
Floyd Barton Simmen 
LeRoy C. Smallenberger 
Ben Hubert Smith, Jr. 
Leland Prather Smith 
Wayne Goff Smith 
Edmund Gerald Sperlin 
Robert Bertel Staley 
Robert Wilbur Stebbings 
Eugene Newton Steely 
Raymond Balthasar Steiner 
Melvin Roy Stengel 
Herbert Raymond Stokes 
Franklin Edward Todd 
Charles William Tullock 
James McClure Turner 
Harold Anthony Wallace 
William Patrick Ward 
Arthur Allen Warford 
Allan Edgar Weidman 
Louis Wilbert Wiese 
Jack Frederick Wilson 
Robert St. John Wilton 
Jerome Wesley Wisniewski 
Louis Anton Wright 
Tommy Gerald Wright 
Charles Potter Yates 



Commissions Presented May 24, jpj^ 53 

Commissions as Brevet Captains, Illinois National Guard 

John Brocko LeRoy John Koehler 

Robert John Craner Howard Hinds McCarl 

Hiram Edwin Fite Timothy Graham Miner 

Jules Emmable Gonseth Edward Allen Timm 
Anthony Murray Horn 



Prizes and Awards 



Colleges and Schools at Urbana 



Allerton American Traveling 
Scholarships in Architecture 
Dean Farrar Hilfinger 
James Marion Hunter 

Alpha Chi Sigma Plaque in 
Chemistry 
Philip Hill 

Alpha Kappa Psi Medallion in 
Commerce 
Harold A. Wesebaum 

Alpha Rho Chi Medal in 
Architecture 
Morton Austin Newcomb 

Alpha Zeta Cup in Agriculture 
Paul Lewis Poiret 

American Institute of Architects 
Medal 

Arthur Emil Rigolo, First 
William Francis Newkirk, 
Second 

American Legion Awards to 
Sophomores in Military Science 
and Tactics 
Richard Coumains Hall, 

Infantry 
Charles William Smith, 

Field Artillery 
William Phillips Talbot, 

Cavalry 
Wesley Olin Wigginton, 

Engineers 
Edgar August Post, 

Signal Corps 
John William Powell, 

Coast Artillery 

American Society of Civil 

Engineers Awards 

Central Illinois Section: 
Melvin Arthur Dobbs 
Edgar John Luetzelschwab 

Illinois Section: 
Eugene Louis Wittenborn 

Ira O. Baker Prizes in Civil 
Engineering 

Edgar John Luetzelschwab, FjVj^ 
Kenneth Raymond Leifermann, 
Second 



Cavalry Medal 

Maurice Johnson Shroyer 

Thomas Arkle Clark (Phi Eta 
Sigma) Scholarship Prize 
Richard Coumains Hall 

Delta Theta Epsilon Trophy in 
Physical Education 

WiLLMER OlOF AlSTROM 

English Poetry Prizes 
Luke Creel, First 
Donovan Earl Pratt, Second 
James Kleinhenn Munnis, 
Second 

Field Artillery Trophies 
(Connor Cups) 
Millard Eugene Castle 
Donald Edward Glassco 
George Mark Harding 

Foundation for Architecture and 
Landscape Architecture 

Architecture: 

Arthur Emil Rigolo 

Joseph Stein 
Landscape Architecture: 

Clifford George Petrie 

Richard George Redell 

Gamma Sigma Delta Prize in 
Agriculture 
Elbert Elwood Carson 

Thacher Rowland Guild 
Memorial Prize 
Joseph Norman Hesselschwerdt, 

First 
David Llewellyn Pettigrew, 
Honorable Mention 

Hazelton Medal in Military 
Science and Tactics 
Charles J. Nilsson 

Intercollegiate Conference Medal 
for Excellence in Scholarship 
and Athletics 

Ralph Jerome Epstein 

Iota Sigma Pi Prize in Chemistry 
Mildred Ruth Chapin 



Prizes and Azvards 



55 



Italian Government Award 
Jean Armstrong 

Kate Neal Kinley Memorial 
Fellowship in the Fine Arts 
Arthur Bassin, M.S., 1932 

]\Iu Kappa Alpha Cup in Music 
Mary Miller 

Omega Beta Pi Prize in 
Pre-A'Iedical Work 
Norman James Ehrlich 

Pershing Rifles Medals 

Wesley Olin Wigginton 
Fr.\nk Anton Kveton 
Irwin Raymond Hoener 

Phalanx Awards to Freshmen in 
Military Science and Tactics 

Emil FR.A.NK Fernholz, Infantry 
John Albert Theodore, Field 

Artillery 
Paul Woodrow Neidhardt, 

Cavalry 
Albert Edward Bitter, Engineers 
Louis Henry Gaefke, Signal 

Corps 
Norman Lutz Jeppesen, Coast 

Artillery 

Phi Beta Kappa Prize 

Wilson McNeil Lowry, First 
Frances Margaret Lance, 

Honorable Mention 
^Margaret Walker Jones, 

Honorable Mention 

Phi Kappa Phi (Sparks 
Memorial) Graduate Fellowship 
John Victor Shelford 

Pi Alpha Xi Shield in 
Floriculture 
John Robert Culbert 

Pi Tau Sigma Freshman 
Scholarship Award 
Winston Joe Wayne 

Plym Fellowship in Architecture 

Charles Garman Rummel, 
B.S., 1933 



Plym Foreign Scholarship in 
Architectural Engineering 

Richart Lamping Troxel, 
B.S., 1929 

Plym Prizes in Architectural 
Engineering 

George Colonel Metz, First 
David Richard Cervin, Second 
James Marion Hunter, Third 

Plym Prize for Sketch Problems 
William Hadley Buchholz 

Plym Prize for Summer Sketches 
Morton Austin Newcomb 

Ricker Prize in the History of 
Architecture 

Dean Farrar Hilfinger, First 
David Richard Cervin, Second 
James Marion Hunter, Third 

Scarab Medal in Architecture 
Louis Bernard Arenson 

Scarab Medal in Architectural 
Engineering 
John Sutherland Winbigler 

Scarab Medal in Landscape 
Architecture 
Clifford George Petrie 

Sigma Delta Chi Scroll and Key 
for Seniors in Journalism 
Ellen Lois Ryniker 
Ruth Evelyn Hodsdon 
Jane Eunice Marr 
Betty Stuart Smith 
Ruby Kathryn Jones 
Elizabeth Gretchen Nardine 
Charles Everette Flynn 

Sigma Delta Kappa Cup in Law 
Kenneth David Thomas 

Signal Corps Medals and Insignia 

Paul Henry Lanphier 
David John Lundberg 
James Charles Skorcz 



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Prizes and Awards 



Thrift Essay Prize 

Louis McGlenthen Kessler 

Sarah Bradley Tyson Memorial 
Fellowship 

Nelva Margaret Weber 



University Gold Medal in 
Military Science and Tactics 

Irwin Raymond Hoener, First 
Richard Coumains Hall, Second 

University Landscape 
Architecture Society Prize 
Nelva Margaret Weber 



Colleges in Chicago 



Alpha Omega Alpha Membership 
Awards in Medicine 

Benjamin Burt Elster, B.S. 
Harold Samuel Feinhandler, 

B.S. 
Hyman Harry Goldstein, B.S. 
Clarence P. Holoffe, B.S. 
Jerome Jacob Hurwich, M.S. 
Harold Kahn, B.S. 
Maurice Kaplan, B.S. 
David Rosenbloom, B.S. 
Henry Carl Rosenstiel, B.S. 
Reuben Rubisoff, B.S. 
Milton Morris Scheffler, B.S. 
Harry Robert Schwartz, B.S. 
Anton Smerz, B.S. 
Alex Sol Tulsky, B.S. 

Samuel L. Antonow Prize in 
Pharmacy 
Eleanor D. Mioduszewski 

William Beaumont Prize in 
Medicine 

Raymond C. Ingraham, Ph.D. 

Herman Elich Prize in Chemistry 
LaFayette Parrish, Jr. 

William Gray Prize in Pharmacy 
George Edward Thornton 

Hodel-Saltiel-Hodel Prize in 
Pharmacy 
Ben Efrussy 

Lambda Kappa Sigma Key in 
Pharmacy 
Eleanor D. Mioduszewski 

Omicron Kappa Upsilon Awards 
in Dentistry 
Frank Joseph Kos, B.S. 
Frank Charles Besic 
Ben Bernard Block, B.S. 
Jacob Martin Goldstein, B.S. 



Lee M. Pedigo Prize in 
Materia Medica 

Arnold Carl Christensen 



Alice E. Pelikan Prize in 
Materia Medica 
Ruth Warsaw 

Rho Chi Membership Awards 
in Pharmacy 

Harry William Adams 
Arnold Carl Christensen 
Victor Lee Davis 
Ben Efrussy 

Andrew Vincent Indovina 
Leon Kaplan 
Eleanor D. Mioduszewski 
Mitchel Nieman 
Mathias Joseph Oehlberg 
LaFayette Parrish, Jr. 
Thomas A. Reed 
Murray Matt Scharf 
Hyman Schwartz 
George Edward Thornton 
Ruth Warsaw 
Julian Zweig 

Andrew Scherer Prize in 
Pharmacy 
Thomas A. Reed 

Seminar Prize in Dentistry 

Frank Joseph Kos, First 
Ben Bernard Block, B.S., Second 
Jacob Martin Goldstein, B.S., 
Third 

Sigma Xi Prize in Medicine 
Roy Kenneth Snyder, B.S. 



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Auld Lang Syne 

Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And never brought to mind? 

Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And days of auld lang syne? 

For auld lang syne, my dear, 
For auld lang syne; 
We'll take a cup o' kindness yet, 
For auld lang syne. 



Order of Exercises 



Commencement Procession 



Prelude 

}ilarch of Homage Wagner 

First movement from Symphony in E-flat minor Franchetti 

Valse Triste Sibelius 

UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 

Albert Austin Harding, Director 



Invocation 



The Reverend JOHN H. GARDNER, Jr., D.D. 
First Presb3'terian Church, Urbana 



Commencement Address 

ARTHUR CUTTS WILLARD, B.S., D.Eng., LL.D. 
President of the University 

Interlude 

Scene from the "Nibelungen Ring" Wagner 

UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 



Conferring of Degrees 

PRESIDENT WILLARD 

Singing of "Auld Lang Syne" 

THE AUDIENCE 

Benediction 

The Reverend Dr. GARDNER 

Postlude 

March from the Sixth Symphony Tschaikowsky 

UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 



Candidates for Degrees 

The Graduate School 

Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

In Agronomy 

Robert Estes Fore, B.S., Iowa State College, 1929; M.S., 1931. Tillering and 
other characters influencing yield in an oat hybrid. 

In Animal Husbandry 

Wesley Patterson Garrigus, B.S., Connecticut Agricultural College, 1931 ; 
M.S., 1933. Some effects of plant species and stage of maturity on the 
forage consumption of grazing steers of various weights. 

In Bacteriology 

William Arthur AIiller, B.S., 1929; M.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1931. 
A study of pathogenic yeasts. 

In Botany 

Orie Jacob Eigsti, A.B., Goshen College, 1931 ; A.M., 1933. A morphological 
and cytological investigation of certain members of the Resedaceae. 

Charlotte Liebtag Grant, A.B., DePauw University, 1926; A.M., 1927. Plant 
structure as influenced by soil moisture. 

Opal Cameron Hartline, B.S., McKendree College, 1925 ; M.S., 1932. The 
hydrogen-ion concentration of plants as affected by the environment. 

In Chemistry 

\\'arren Cotton Ashley, B.S., M.S., 1929, 1930. I. The action of sodium 
ethoxide on levo-ethyl alpha-phenylsulfonebutyrate. II. The reaction of 
optically active nitrates on active methylene compounds. 

Otto Karl Behrens, A.B., DePauw University, 1932 ; A.M., 1933. Investiga- 
tions on a hitherto unrecognized component of proteins. 

William Frank Bradley, A.B., 1930. X-ray diffraction studies of some clay 
colloids. 

John Ewart Clemens, A.B., 1930. A study of surface ionization. 

Laddie Fr.\ncis Dobry, B.S., 1930; M.S., Purdue University, 1932. The role of 
the liquid film in gas absorption ; kinetics of reaction of two gases at a 
liquid interface. 

John Clifford Eck, B.S., Montana State College, 1931 ; M.S., 1932. I. Com- 
pounds related to lysine. II. The chemistry of rubrene. 

Carlin Frary Gibbs, B.S., Knox College, 1930; M.S., 1932. Reactions of halo- 
genated amines. 

William Edward Hanford, B.S., Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science, 
1930; M.S., 1932. I. Effect of substituents on the rate of racemization of 
optically active diphenyls: preparation and resolution of five 4-substituted- 
2-methoxy-2'-nitro-6'-carboxydiphenyls. II. The constitution of vasicine. 

Charles Norman ^JcCarty, A.B., Albion College, 1931 ; M.S., 1933. Observa- 
tions on the rare earths : The quantitative estimation of some of the rare 
earth ores by means of their arc spectra. 

Rich.\rd Hugh McCoy, A.B., Earlham College, 1929; M.S., 1931. The concen- 
tration and properties of an unknown protein component. 



Candidates for Degrees, June lo, IQ33 



Edwin Theodore Mertz, A.B., University of Montana, 1931 ; M.S., 1933. The 
metabolism of the five-carbon amino acids. 

Curtis Erdmund Meyer, B.S., M.S., 1931, 1932. The chemistry and metabolism 
of certain protein components. 

Charles Rudolph Naeser, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1931 ; M.S., 1933. 
Observations on the rare earths: I. The atomic weight of gadolinium. II. 
Studies on the electrolytic reduction of ytterbium. 

Lester Edward Schniepp, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1931 ; M.S., 1932. 
I. The reactions of S-aminovaleric acid derivatives. II. Dibiphenylene-di-P- 
alkylphenyl ethanes. 

Richard Seyfarth Schreiber, A.B., Wabash College, 1931. The preparation and 
properties of substituted sulfonamides. 

John Bickford Shields, B.S., University of Nevada, 1929. The vapor density 
of potassium chloride. 

Max Lang Spealman, B.S., University of California, 1929. Atomic gas reac- 
tions: The recombination of atomic hydrogen in the presence of hydrogen 
chloride. 

WiLBER Otis Teeters, B.S., University of Iowa, 1930; M.S., 1933. I. The chem- 
istry of wool. II. Condensation reactions of cyclic ketones. 

Jack Theo Thurston, B.S., University of Nevada, 1931 ; AI.S., 1933. The reac- 
tions of the salts and derivatives of secondary nitro compounds. 

Arthur M. Van Arendonk, A.B., Hope College, 1930. I. The stereochemistry of 
2,2',6,6'-tetra-substituted diphenyls. II. The preparation and properties of 
certain oxonium compounds of branched chain carbinols. III. The stereo- 
chemistry of cyclohexane derivatives. IV. Addendum. 

Donald Haven West, A.B., Carroll College, 1931 ; A.M., 1932. Observations on 
the rare earths: The preparation and study of some of the rare earth metal 
amalgams. 

Madelyn Womack, B.S., Texas State College for Women, 1931 ; M.S., 1933. New 
indispensable amino acids. 

In Classics 

Alfreda Kathryn Stallman, A.B., North Central College, 1932 ; A.M., 1933. 
Friedrich Nietzsche as an interpreter of classical culture. Part I. The 
schoolboy and university student. 

In Economics 

Thor William Bruce, A.B., Lawrence College, 1923; A.M., 1931. Community 
industrial financing plans. 

William Edward Folz, B.S., Evansville College, 1927; M.S., 1933. The financial 
crisis of 1819: A study in a post-war economic readjustment. 

Wayne Linton McMillen, B.S., M.S., 1932, 1933. The air express service in 
the United States. 

Merten Joseph Mandeville, B.S., M.S., 1921, 1922. The American merchant 
marine problem: Its development from 1920 to 1932. 

John Junior Thornborrow, B.S., M.S., 1932, 1933. A national policy for elec- 
trical communications for the United States (with special reference to com- 
petition and monopoly). 

Paul Marion Van Arsdell, B.S., M.S., 1927, 1929. Development of the concept 
of private business borrowing from the sixth century B.C. to the eighteenth 
century a.d. 

In Education 

Donald Leroy Quinsey, B.S., M.S., 1924, 1932. The educational theory of 
American courts. 

In Engineering 

Cloyde Moffett Smith, B.S., M.S., E.M., 1920, 192S, 1934. The resistance of 
mine timbers to the flow of air, as determined by models. 

Max Suter, Diplom Ingenieur, Federal Polytechnic School (Switzerland), 1913; 
M.S., 1933. A critical analysis of the water hammer theory. 

David Edgar Wiegand, B.S., M.S., 1931, 1932. A study of magnetic recording. 



Candidates for Degrees, June jo, 1935 



In English 

James Paul Brawner, A.B., A.M., Washington and Lee University, 1924, 1925. 

The Warres of Cyrus, a tragedj^, edited with an introduction and notes. 
Jesse W. Harris, B.S., A.M., 1927, 1928. The life and works of John Bale 

(1495-1563). 

In German 

Gerrit Hermann Rudolph Memming, A.B., A.M., 1932, 1933. Niederdeutsche 
"Vorloopvertellsels," mit besonderer Riicksicht auf Ostfriesland. 

In History 

Sydney Nettleton Fisher, A.B., A.M., Oberlin College, 1928, 1932. Sultan 
Bayezit H and the foreign relations of Turkey. 

In Mathematics 

John Wesley Cell, A.B., A.M., 1928, 1929. Second order linear differential 
equations invariant with respect to linear fractional substitution groups of 
finite order. 

James Avas Cooley, A.B., A.M., Indiana University, 1928, 1929. Certain sym- 
metric surfaces and curves invariant in Dejonquieres transformations. 

Gerald Boone Huff, A.B., A.M., Southern Methodist University, 1929, 1930. 
Discontinuous groups associated with the Cremona groups. 

Clarence George Schilling, A.B., A.M., 1926, 1931. Some geometric applica- 
tions of algebraic correspondences. 

In Physics 

Richard Kaufman Cook, B.S., M.S., 1931, 1932. Bounds on characteristic 

energies of atomic systems. 
Richard James Duffin, B.S., 1932. Galvanomagnetic and thermomagnetic 

phenomena. 
TuLLY Franklin Watson, A.B., M.S., University of Oklahoma, 1928, 1930. 

Band spectra of some diatomic oxides. 

In Political Science 
Valentine Jobst, HI, A.B., A.M., 1926, 1931. Some questions of treaty law. 

In Psychology 

Sarah Catherine Ferrall, A.B., A.M., 1929, 1930. The absolute judgment of 
temporal intervals. 

Glen Finch, A.B., DePauw University, 1930; A.M., 1931. The effect of pro- 
tracted exposure to intense tonal stimuli on auditory acuity in dogs. 

In Romance Languages 

Donald Fowler Brown, A.B., Wheaton College, 1932; A.M., 1933. The influ- 
ence of Emile Zola on the novelistic and critical works of Emilia Pardo 
Bazan. 

George Hausbroucq Perrine, A.B., Hamilton College, 1925 ; A.M., 1928. 
L'Art d'Amours, a fourteenth century translation from Ovid, critically 
edited from AIS. 881 of the Bibliotheque Nationale and MS. 2741 of the 
Bibliotheque de I'Arsenal, Paris. 

Cecil Lewis Rew, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1919; A.M., 1927. Literary 
theories of the French romanticists: A study of their principal critical 
writings. 

Alphonse Victor Roche, A.B., State College of Washington, 1928; A.M., 1931. 
Les idees traditionalistes en France et le traditionalisme de Charles 
Maurras. 

In Zoology 

William Carl Van Deventer, A.B., Central College, 1930; A.M., 1932. Studies 
on the biology of the crayfish Cambarus propinqutis Girard. 



Candidates for Degrees, June lo, iQSS 



Candidates for Professional Degrees in Engineering 

The Degree of Electrical Engineer 
Carl Anders Borgeson, B.S., 1925; M.S., New York University, 1933 

The Degree of Mechanical Engineer 

Frederick Moore Littell, B.S., 1928 
Chester J. Scanlan, B.S., 1919 



Candidates for the Degree of Master of Arts 

In Architecture 

Olaf Stavsing Fjelde, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1924 
William Allaman Ganster, B.S., 1930 
Joseph Stein, B.S., 1934 

In Botany 

Virginia Beatrice Gangstad, A.B., 1934 

Nelva Margaret Weber, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1931 ; B.F.A., 
1934 

In Chemistry 

Robert Wall Sapp, A.B., Duke University, 1934 

In Classics 
Alice Bernadine Abell Brewer, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 

1925 
Helen Marie Grabner, A.B., Wheaton College, 1934 
Natalie Elizabeth Hunter, A.B., AlacMurray College, 1934 
Bertel Sorensen Larsen, A.B., Carthage College, 1934 
Nathalie Lytle, A.B., Monmouth College, 1934 
Mary Minerva McIntire, A.B., 1906 

In Economics 

Lester Everett Kilpatrick, A.B., Geneva College, 1934 

Glenn Wasson Miller, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1934 

Samltel Joseph Naylor, A.B., Carthage College, 1933 

Joseph Manfred Thompson, A.B., 1934 

In Education 

Arthur Grant Adams, B.S., Central Missouri State Teachers College, 1926 

Leland Powers Bradford, A.B., 1931 

Merrill Clifford Faulk, A.B., 191 7 

Fred Clark Hill, A.B., 1934 

Foster Wood McCarty, A.B., 1931 

Robert Schumann Trask, A.B., Knox College, 1933 

In English 

Emerald Garrett Ballard, A.B., A.M., University of Mississippi, 1931 
Vernita M. Crawford, A.B., 1926 

Anne Elizabeth Lauterbach, A.B., Northwestern University, 1933 
Stefania Thorlakson, A.B., Wheaton College, 1924 



Candidates for Degrees, June lo, igs5 



In Geography 
Alden Denzel Cutshall, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1932 

In History 

Martin Paul Claussen, A.B., 1934 
Edmxind Snively, A.B., 1933 
Edward George Weltin, A.B., 1934 

In Library Science 

Donald Winston Kohlstedt, A.B., B.S.(Lib.), 1929, 1930 

Glenn Robert AIaynard, B.S., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1931 ; B.S. (Lib.), 

1933 
Arnold Whitney Rosaaen, A.B., Iowa State University, 1928; B.S. (Lib.), 
1929 

In Mathematics 

William Henry Green, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1927 

Samantha Gertrude Hendrix, A.B., DePauw University, 1926 

Mary Oona AIarquardt, A.B., 1932 

Miriam Enid Nash, A.B., James Millikin University, 1934 

Robert McDowell Thrall, A.B., Illinois College, 1935 

In Political Science 

Nils Bernhard Berdahl, A.B., Augustana College (S.D.), 1932 
Jean Isabelle Gerber, B.S., 1933 
Julian Donald Morgan, A.B., 1934 

In Romance Languages 

Alice Janette Cruze, A.B., L^niversity of Arkansas, 1934 

Marie Louise Michaud, A.B., 1934 

Virgil Leslie Sikes, A.B., 1933 

Catherint: Geraldine Williams, A.B., 1934 

Faith Stata Williams, A.B., Wheaton College, 1930 

In Sociology 
Marguerite Kennedy Berg, A.B., 1919 

In Transportation 
Robert Cheng-Sien Chen^ B.S., Chiao-Tung University, 1931 

In Zoology 

Sheldon Edward Domm, A.B., North Central College, 1934 
Mary Mildred Dunlap, A.B., Oklahoma College for Women, 193 1 
Russell Perry Hager, A.B., Bates College, 1934 
Walter Henry Leigh, A.B., Greenville College, 1934 



Candidates for the Degree of Master of Science 

In Accountancy 
LowRY Frank McKee, B.S., Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, 

1934 
Henry Virginius Moore, B.S., College of William and Mary, 1933 



10 Candidates for Degrees, June lo, 1935 

In Agricultural Economics 
Julius Wayne Reitz, B.S., Colorado Agricultural College, 1930 

In Agronomy 
Larue Claude Chapman, B.S., 1933 

In Architecture 
Harris Atteridge Kemp, B.S., 1934 

In Bacteriology 

Joseph Ortan Alberts, B.S., 1934 
MiLO Donaldson Appleman, A.B., 1931 

In Ceramic Engineering 
William Bolingbroke Silverman, B.S., 1933 

In Chemistry 
Richard Thomas Arnold, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1934 
Glen Eliphalet Babcock, B.S., 1933 
Frank Elliot Birkett, B.S., 1933 

William Alfred Fessler, B.S., University of Tulsa, 1934 
Ellsworth Henderson, A.B., Illinois College, 1932 
Madison Hunt, A.B., 1934 
Frank George Jonelis, B.S., 1934 
Charles Martin Lydy, B.S., 1934 
Bernard Charles Marklein, B.S., 1934 
Arthur Leslie Neal, B.S., Monmouth College, 1934 
Charles Edward Niehaus, B.S., 1933 

Leslie Byron Poland, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1934 
Harold James Read, B.S., 1934 
Marvin Toussaint Schmidt, B.S., 1934 
Horace Marion Tenney, B.S., Greenville College, 1931 
Wilbur Glen Tilbury, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1928 
Harry Tuthill Vail, B.S., Wayne University, 1934 
Richard Haven Wiley, A.B., 1934 

In Civil Engineering 

Georges Economou, B.S., Robert College, 1934 

Ferhat Rasit Ergun, B.S., Robert College, 1934 

Mehmet Cemil Iz, B.S., Robert College, 1931 

George Constantin Karadjopoulos, B.S., Robert College, 1934 

Yani Tsulluoglou (Karfopoulos), B.S., Robert College, 1934 

Hovhannes N. Khoubesserian, B.S., Utah State Agricultural College, 1934 

Muhiddin Kiashif, B.S., Robert College, 1934 

Lutfi Hikmet Nourhan, B.S., Robert College, 1934 

Savas Panayotides, B.S., Robert College, 1934 

George Theodore Valsamidis, B.S., Robert College, 1933 

In Dairy Husbandry 

Melancthon Herbert Alexander, B.S., 1925 
Carl Newlin Conover, B.S., 1931 



Candidates for Degrees, June lO, 1935 ii 

In Economics 

Chester LeRoy Blomberg, B.S., 1933 
Robert W. Field, B.S., University of Colorado, 1934 
Philomena Lois AIarquardt, B.S., 1934 
Benjamin Wilson Weisiger, B.S., 1934 

In Education 

Leroy Jesse Baker, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1931 
Olaf Reynold Blomquist, A.B., Augustana College, 1934 
AIarjorie Mae AIarriott, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1934 
Virginia Louise Noble, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1934 

WiLLARD AIlLLER RuNYON, A.B., I924 

LeVona Voigt, A.B., 1934 

Frank Chaffin Willis, B.S., 1934 

In Entomology 
George Koch Schumaker, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1933 

In Geology 
John Frederick Barrett, B.S., Beloit College, 1934 

In Home Economics 

Darline McCreery Knowles, A.B., 1932 

Ethel Romeyn Markland, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1931 

In Horticulture 

William Henry Duis, B.S., 1933 
LuciAN Hart Strubinger, B.S., 1926 

In Library Science 

Dorothy AIoyer Halmos, A.B., Eureka College, 1924; B.S. (Lib.), 1927 
Myrtle Irene McNeil, B.S., University of Vermont, 1920; B.S. (Lib.), New- 
York State Teachers College, 1931 

In Mathematics 
AIiLDRED Ardell Norval, B.S., 1934 

In Physics 

George Kentsteth Green, B.S., 1933 

Robert DuWayne Miller, A.B., Knox College, 1934 

John Marshall Nash, B.S., 1932 

In Psychology 
Cora Elisabeth De Boer, B.S., Northwestern University, 1934 

In Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 
Stanley Urner Benscoter, B.S., 1932 

In Zoology 

Harlow Whiting Ades, B.S., 1934 

Thelma Fish Brown, 13. S., 1932 

Saml^el Wilbur Howe, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1925 

Robert Gust Lindeborg, B.S., 1934 



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Candidates for Degrees, June lo, ips5 



The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Isabel Larsena Adams, with Honors 

in History 
Drusilla Aden 
Glenn Wakefield Allen 
Richard Allyn, with High Honors in 

Zoology 
Jean Baird Almy, with High Honors 

in Bacteriology 
Benjamin Bernard Alston 
Glenn Charles Ames 
Harold Louis Andersen 
Charles Roy Anderson 
Genevieve Sarah Anderson 
Alice Jacquette Appell, with Honors 

in French 
Jean Armstrong, with High Honors 

in French 
John Barr Armstrong 
Gerald Leroy Arnett 
Mary Alice Arnold 
Fred Courtney Arthur, with High 

Honors in English 
Margaret Frances Askren, with 

Honors in French 
James Thomas Atkinson 
Charlotte Theodora Baer 
Ted Welling Baer 
RoscoE Lawrence Ball, Jr. 
Harry Banoff, with High Honors 

in Physics 
Henrietta Elaine Barlow, with 

Honors in English 
Frank Claude Barnes 
Robert Gilmore Barrick, with 

Honors in Chemistry 
Sam Earth 

Helen Louise Bartlett 
Parker Reynolds Beamer, with High 

Honors in Bacteriology 
Louis Ernest Beckman, Jr. 
MiLFORD James Benham 
RocHELLE Bernstein 
Edward Philip Berry 
John True Beynon 
Oscar Hoy Bizzelle 
Charles Theodore Black, with High 

Honors in Zoology 
Harry Bleiweiss, with Honors in 

German 
Katherine Ann Block 
Walter Henry Blumenkamp 
Sam Aaron Boorstein 
Robert Baumann Borchers 



Harriet Vivian Bradbury, with 

Honors in French 
Harold Alton Brader 
Marian Louise Bradford 
Floyd Eugene Brewer 
Esther Briney 
Leonard Paul Brodt 
Pearl Covert Bromley, with Honors 

in Psychology 
Roy Webster Brooks 
Olin Lorraine Browder, Jr., with 

Honors in Political Science 
Mary Louise Brown, with High 

Honors in Bacteriology 
Katherine Frances Burrows 
Jean Seaton Cabeen 
Leona Edner B. Cain 
Joan Lee Caperton 
George Whitham Carlin 
Dorothy Joy Carson 
Floyd David Cerf, Jr. 
Margaret Louise Chamberlin 
Mary Jane Chandler 
Chris William Chibucos 
Abraham Frederick Citron 
Clinton Oliver Clark, Jr. 
James Wheeler Clement, with 

Honors in Chemistry 
Mary Catherine Cody 
Charles Howells Coffin, Jr. 
Nathaniel H. Cohen 
Mary Teal Conklin 
Aubrey Oliver Cookman, Jr. 
Harry Lynn Coonradt, with High 

Honors in Chemistry 
Ruth Helen Cooper 
Flossie Madeline Cord, with Honors 

in German 
Mary Jane Corya 
Guilford Henry Couchman 
Mary Elizabeth Cover 
Charles Chase Curry, Jr. 
Margaret Ann Curtis 
Louis Albert Daehler 
Helmut Otto Dahlke, with High 

Honors in Sociology 
Joseph William Danely 
Harriet Isabel Danley, with 

Honors in Philosophy 
Marion Marcella Dawson 
John Fisher Day 
Shirley Wentworth Day 
Sylvester Warren Dickson 



Candidates for Degrees, June lo, igs5 



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Marguerite Althea Donovan 
William Morris Dorm an 
Viola Ruth Dunbar, with High 

Honors in English 
Buell Duncan 
Theodore Bradford Durfee 
J. Philip Durham 
Mildred Worcester Easton 
Edna Mae Edwards, with Honors 

in French 
Rlth Eileen Edwards 
Arthur Eidman, Jr. 
Carroll George Ekstrom 
William Ferdinand Ekstrom, with 

High Honors in Speech 
Frances Eleanor Elfstrand 
Regina Esther Elkes 
Robert B. Engstrom 
Leslie Alan Epstein, with Honors in 

Chemistry 
Kenneth Nelson Eslinger 
Kenneth Edward Evans 
John Dillon Ewald 
"Sidney J. Ewald 
Ruth Abigail Ferguson 
Camille Ferrara 
Josephine Ferrara 
Evelyn Ferrell 
William Hosea Ferrell, with Honors 

in History 
Charles Randall Flachmann 
Lawson Holland Flanagan, Jr. 
Robert Martin Fredrickson 
Estelle Bernice Freund 
Lillian X. Frost 
Elizabeth Fulton 
John Dudley Gearon 
Evelyn \1.\y Gooding 
Kathryn Mildred Graham, with 

Honors in French 
Robert Hiram Greeley 
Ruth Mary Green 
Janice Elaine Greider, with High 

Honors in English 
Dorothy Marie Greif 
Glenn Frank Griffin 
Glenn Everett Grose 
Josephine Sarah Hall 
Verna Dorothy Haller 
Harriett Marie Hamilton 
Ruth Janet Hamilton 
William Francis Harkins 
Everette Bagby Harris 
Hazel Jane Harrison 
Melville Daniel Hartman 
Palt. Edward Healy 
Robert Renwick Heer 



Paul Theodore Heerwagen 
Harry Conrad Heidinger 
Bertha Amanda Sofia Helander 
Cecilia Marian Hellrung 
John Edmund Helm 
Thomas Arthur Henry 
Catherine Lois Hesselschwerdt, 

with Honors in Mathematics 
Helen Blanche Hodgson 
Jesse Walter Hofer 
George Florian Houndt 
Katherine Louise Howell 
Dorothy Marie Hunt 
Kathryn Winifred Huxtable 
Rex Leroy Iler 

Frederick Esselman Isaminger, Jr. 
Zelda Sylvia Isenberg 
Milfreida Louella Jared 
Elizabeth Josephine Johnson 
Paul Joseph Kaminski 
John Gordon Kasbeer 
Clarence Henry Kavanagh, Jr. 
Eleanor Keith 
Mary Keith 
Grace Kelley 
Sunny Kennedy 
Virginia Morris Keusink 
Donald Eugene Kibbey 
Carolyn Kimball, with Honors in 

Speech 
Jean Elizabeth Koehler, with 

Honors in French 
Martha Leaine Kohn 
Irwin Harold Krass-Kestin 
Ruth Josephine Kuhn 
Laltrance Ward LaSage, with High 

Honors in French 
Nancy Louise Leach 
Louis Eugene Leiter 
Orl-vn Gregg Lemen 
Alta Hyde Lewis, with Honors 

in Speech 
Wayne Thurlow Lewis, with Honors 

in Political Science 
Jay Benjamin Lieberman, with 

Honors in Philosophy and 

Political Science 
Eli Allan Lipman 
Imogene Locke 
James Mitchell Logan 
John Herbert Lund 
Helen Josephine Luster, with 

Honors in French 
Ruth Ann Lyddon 
Edith Lytle 

Marcella Eringer McCauley 
Donald Wayne MacCloskey 



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Candidates for Degrees, June lo, 1935 



Catherine Constance McMahon 
William Daniel McMullen 
Norman Anton McQuown, with 

Honors in German 
Robert James Madden 
Catherine Portia Malcolm 
Josephine Rose Malloy 
Dorothy Elizabeth Malone 
Martha Louise Maloney, with 

Honors in Spanish 
Elizabeth Kirwan Mann 
James Mann 

Raymond Woodrow Mason 
Marion Lucille Mathesius 
Mary Jane Matthews 
James Wallace Mecklin 
Grace Meier, with Honors in 

French 
Harry Meirken 
Arnieta Johanna Meislahn 
Inez Dorothy Melin 
Frank Richard Mercer 
Lucretia Marie Michels 
Kathryn Elizabeth Miller 
Pearl Rebecca Miller 
Jeremiah Minear, Jr. 
Allegra Claire Montgomery, with 

High Honors in Philosophy 
Kathryn Lucille Moore 
Shirlie L'Nee Moorman 
Charles William Morris 
Constance Amelia Moses 
Anthony Boniface Mottel 
Wallace Mulberry Mulliken 
Milton Mumford 
Helen Elizabeth Murphy 
James Edward Myers 
Dorothy Louise Nickel 
Louis Lynn Nickel 
Annette Carolyn Norton 
Mary Margaret Oldham 
Constance Wiltberger Padden 
Sarah Alice Patterson 
Frances Myrtle Patton 
James Nelson Payne 
Grace Hazel Pendleton 
Sam Solomon Pessin 
Vivian Dodd Peter 
Kenneth Joseph Pettigrew 
La Nelle Marie Phelps 
Albert Chadwick Pierson 
Frances Louise Platt 
Frank Theodore Plattner, with 

Honors in PoHtical Science 
Bernice Erma Popp 



Ruth Mills Pownall 
Robert James Pree, with High 

Honors in Sociology 
Kate Willard Priestley, with 

Honors in Political Science 
Elizabeth Walker Provine 
Charles Staley Puntney 
Ruth Elizabeth Putnam 
Robert Walter Quarton 
Hugh Light Ray, Jr. 
Owen Jordan Reamer, with High 

Honors in English 
Robert Lee Redfern 
Rae Helen Reed 
John Everett Richards 
Edmond Pairlie Ricketts, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Karl Vincent Rohlen 
William Lloyd Roller 
Bertil Thorsten Rosander 
Donald Ivan Roth 
Anna Constance Rubin 
Martha Hartley Rusk 
Helen Louise Russell 
Charles Byron Sabin 
Frederick Warren Salisbury 
John Henry Sanders 
Patricia Sargeant 
John Philip Sawyer 
Winifred Catherine Scanlon 
John Hammond Schacht 
Irwin Allen Schein 
Annette Viola Scheyer 
Rose Lillian Schiller 
Walter Phill Schindel 
Maurice Harold Schy 
Joseph Wright Scott 
Virginia Arensman Scott 
Frank Lawrence Seamans 
Margaret Frances Seybold 
Elizabeth K. Shafer 
Charles Elder Shaver, Jr. 
Jeannette Shearer 
Bruce Davidson Shepherd 
George Harry Shevlin, Jr. 
Charles Francis Short 
Luther LeRoy Siemers 
Clara Kay Silvian 
Harold Meyer Simon 
Sydney Orrington Simon 
Willard Evans Skidmore 
William Albert Skoglund 
Len Howard Small 
Catherine Elizabeth Elenore Smith 



Candidates for Degrees, June lo, /p55 



15 



AIary Catherine Smith, with 

Honors in French 
Grace Castello Pope Snyder, with 

High Honors in Historj^ 
John Robert Sommer 
Martha Lucile Spickerman 
AIarjorie Carter Steele 
Evelyn Ann Stern 
Elizabeth Harriet Sterne 
Katherine Louise Stiegemeyer 
Helen Shirley Stumbaugh 
2\Iary Alice Stuttle 
Dorothy Lucille Sundquist 
Irma Louise Swank 
Helene Angeline Szumkowski 
^La.rjorie Caroline Taylor, with 

Honors in History 
Don Wright Thacker 
Agnes Loomis Thompson 
LaRue Gayle Thompson 
Robert Bruce Thomson 
Sidney Theodore Trappe 
Hildamarie Treesh 
Robert Dyer Tucker 
S. Ruth Valbracht 
Frances Vance 
Frances Jean Van Tress 
Adele Dorothy \^on Gerichten 
Harry \'oshall 



Mary Catherine Waggoner 
Myron Cooper Walker 
Josephine Hunt Waller 
Joseph Anton Wanderscheid 
Thelma Jane Warren 
Jesse Buren Wasson 
John Walter Waterman 
Maynard Otto Weber 
Midge Adele Weinstein 
Carol Western 
Bruce Jacob Wheeler 
Wendell Ketterman White 
Vera Grace Whitted 
Robert Griswold Wiese 
Matilda Wiley 
Clarence Melwin Williams 
Frank Morrell Wilmer 
Lawrence Bertell Wilson 
Mabre Delilah Wise, with High 

Honors in EngHsh 
Philip Patchin Wolcott 
Annette Margaret Wolfram 
Dick Hoblit Woods, with Honors 

in History 
John Beadles Wright 
Richard Winston Yocom 
Warren George Youngren 
Paula Olga Zeiter 
Theodore Harold Zimmerman 



In Home Economics 

Eunice Eleanor Baker Helen Fay Roberts 

Harriett Louise Barrett Elizebeth Marie Runkel, with 
AIarie Muirhead Daugherty Honors 

Velma Marianne Eichhorn Mary Ellen Ruskamp, with Honors 

Virginia Hindman Jacqueline Frances Utterback 
Helen King, with Honors 



Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Warren Ambrose, with Honors in 
Mathematics and Philosophy 

Charlotte Bauer 

Jane Elizabeth Beck 

Louis M. Berman 

Henry Scholten Bernet, with High 
Honors in Chemistry 

WooDROw Fewell Boeke 

Kenneth Nicholas Boley 

David Abraham Bookshester 

Roberta ]\La.urine Burkey 

Robert William Collett 

Andrew Victor Dahlberg, Jr. 



Peter George Duncan 

Wallace Woodrow Hagan, with High 

Honors in Geology 
Roy Alan Highsmith 
Everette Carl Holmgren 
Samuel Dan Iurillo 
Gerald Gale Johnston 
Charles Wesley Kerchner 
Richard Douglas Kleene 
Margaret Charlotte Koller 
Edward Frank Kosior 
Milton Woodrow Krissman 
Bruno Kvetinskas 



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Candidates for Degrees, June lo, 1935 



Jeannette Irene Liljequist 
Jacob Jack Liss 
George Eastman Lynn 
Julie Janet McHale 
James Alvah McHard 
James Charles McLallen 
Arthur Marcovitz 
William Albert Newton, with 

Honors in Geology 
George Busch Phelps 
Mattie Gaillard Pitner 
Leo Leiff Roseman 



Alvin George Sharp 

Sister Mary Clotilda Gartland 

Margaret Mae Snider 

Marion Grace Spivey, with Honors in 

Physics 
Chester Hendrie Stokes 
JoPiN Edward Sullivan, Jr. 
Charles Gustav Tilgner 
Helen Celeste Vogel 
Leonard Wirth 
William Fredrick Wrath 



In Chemistry 



Lester Donald Apperson 

Sam Bernard Becker 

Harold Alexander Campbell 

Harry Garrett Clay 

Robert Elihu Edwards, Jr. 

Myron Andrew Elliott, with High 

Honors 
John Harris Haslam 
Richard James Hickey 
Philip Nathan Lipson 
Fred Taylor Marshall 



Robert Lee May 

Joseph Lawrence Murphy 

Edward Andrew Oberright 

Jacob Oser 

James Larimer Rainey, with Honors 

Donald Aaron Rappoport 

Julian Gilbert Ryan 

Harry Slosberg 

Glenn Purcell Smith 

Russell Francis Stedman 

Benjamin Tabenkin 



In Chemical Engineering 



Candelario Mata Almendras 

John Huffman Baldwin 

William John Bengel 

John Edward Burgess 

Merle H. Chamberlin 

Charles Kenneth Cooper 

Martin Davidson Danford 

Harold Sylvester DuHamel 

Eugene Allan Fischer 

Jules Wesley Floreth 

Ralph Vernon Green 

Henry Allen Holler 

Joseph Frank Houdek 

Robert Dale Jacobson, with Honors 

Eugene Leo Klein 

William Mondeng Langdon 

Harry Weber McCulloch, Jr. 



Victor Gerald Meadors, with High 

Honors 
Alfonso Montero 
Edmond S. Peracchio 
Louis Plambeck, Jr., with Honors 
Walter A. Pyhrr 
Thomas Patrick Quinn 
Robert Charles Reinhardt 
Clement Edward Rowe 
James Philip Shambaugh 
James William Starrett 
Gilbert Lester Stunkard 
Richard Donald Turner 
Ernest Mitchell Whitney 
Harry Lentz Willard 
Norman Burns Wilson 



The College of Commerce and Business 
Administration 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Accountancy 

Howard Good Acker, with Honors Edward Thomas Clark 

Charles Roosevelt Bash, with Honors Robert Hassett Dadant, with Honors 

Gordon Leon Chapman Arthur Charles Detrich 



Candidates for Degrees, June lo, 1935 



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William Fenno Dewey, with High 

Honors 
Louis Driss 

Vernon Euphrates Elder 
William Raymond Fannin 
James Gage Fay 
Arthur Nathan Friedman 
Virgil \'esco Grant 
Benjamin Woodrow Hill 
Fred Hiller 
Robert Hotchkin 
Joseph John Kavolus 

ISABELLE J. KiNSELLA 

Edward Charles Konchal, with 

Honors 
Carrel Frederick Miller, with High 

Honors 



Charles Wallace Morton 
Edward Raymond Nelson 
Richard John Piech 
Roy Samuel Ricketts 
William Alex Ropa 
Emery Gaythor Rutherford 
Milton Robert Schachtman 
Wilbur Henry Schauer 
Arthur Robert Seass, with Honors 
Ruth Eva Shayman 
Edwin Earl Sherman 
Lyle Edward Thompson 
Sawyer Arnold Tuller, with Honors 
John Elmendorf Watte, with Honors 
Wilbur Mason Young, with High 
Honors 



In Banking and Finance 



LeRoy Allison 
Clarence Malcolm Anderson 
Richard Cary Coddington 
Jacques Andre Dufresne 
Robert Childs Evans 
William Joseph Friend 
James Thomas Greene, Jr. 
Robert William Grim, with High 

Honors 
Martin August Harnisch 
Gardner Wilson Heidrick 
George Richard Klein 



John Leo McNeil 
Alvin AIerritt Mickelson 
Francis AL-vrion Mitchell 
Gene Wesner Palmer 
Stanley Donald Pitzer 
Raymond Glenn Schneider 
Benjamin Peter Schrumpf 
Clifford John Stance 
William Nurnberg Taylor 
John Wesley Usborne 
Irwin Richard Valenta 



In Commercial Teaching 



Ruth Elizabeth Fisher 



In Commerce and Law 



Harvey Heath Acton 
Louis French Axyea 
Thomas Minard Baker 
John Henry Barth 
John Davis Daily 
James Arthur Eaton 
Wesley Alfred Eberle 
Willard Leland Eckhardt 
Fred Raymond Eiseman, Jr. 
Vernon Andrew Forsberg 
French Levering Fraker 
J. H.\ROLD Glascock 



Lawrence Ray Hatch 
Francis William Heckler 
Leland Hopkins Hunt 
Lyle Gerald Jacobson 
Robert Henry Kinderman 
Nelson Hall Layman 
Gilbert Ernest Oleson 
Roger Duval O'Neal 
Clarence Eck Partee 
Howard Tice Ruff 
William Stewart Scovill 
Oswald Dan Vespa 



In Foreign Commerce 
Ranald Gregory Rucker, with Honors Gennaro Stephen Sarli 



W. Carl Allen 
Victor Lynn Baughman 
Alvin Harold Berndt 
Edwin Leroy Boynton 
Claire Holcomb Brooner 
Morris N. Burt 



In General Business 

M.A.RioN Lillian Cadwell 
Lowell Jesse Capoot 
Arthur William Carlson 
Donald Allen Garrison 
Erma Gertrude Cassady 
Harry David Chesney 



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Candidates for Degrees, June lo, ip33 



Alice Claeys 
Dorothy Ellis Coe 
John Richard Conner 
Harold Eugene Coogan 
Dorothy Dean Cook 
Isaac Newton Coolley, Jr. 
Peter Paul Corgiat 
Carl Ellis Corzine 
John William Cotter 
Andrew Walter Dahl 
Elizabeth Anne Daut 
Ralph Milton Davies 
Marion Estelle Drake 
Rupert Francis Dunham 

WiLLARD AdOLPH EcKERSTROM 

William Leonard Evans, Jr. 

Cornelius Joseph Foley 

Hugh Watson Frey 

Dale Henry Fulton 

Fillmore Walter Galaty 

William Edward Hagenbuck 

Victor Ellsworth Hallmann 

Arthur Paul Hamersmith 

Marie Elizabeth Handschuh 

Howard Richard Hannapel 

Ralph Henry Heicke 

DuRWARD Oliver Hein 

Herbert Kintner Henry 

Francis Ross Hiles 

Wilfred Frederick Hoelscher 

Charles William Honeywell 

Hugh Stephen Irwin 

Robert Bradford Jenkins, with Honors 

Louis McGlenthen Kessler, with 

High Honors 
August John Kowalski 
Eric Marshall Larson, Jr. 
Thomas Franklin Latzer, with 

Honors 
Charles Kent Leeper 



Stephen Levitas 

Burke Lyerla 

Vernon Allyne McCalley 

Mary Alice AIcIntyre 

Frederick A. McLaughlin 

James Hewitt Mansfield 

Bernice Emily Miley 

Robert Bair Mingle, with High 

Honors 
Leonard Hugh IMitchell 
Francis Henry Muns 
John Barrett Murphy 
Harold Bertram Myers 
Arthur Ray Nash 
Marshall Henry Olson 
Charles Edward Otto 
George William Parshall 
Walter Russell Peters 
Marion Ruth Jeanette Peterson 
James Rees Pickel 
William Lowell Reese, with High 

Honors 
Melvin Thompson Reu 
William Henry Ruskamp, Jr. 
Allan Watkins Ryder 
Anton Ralph Simkus 
Robert Joseph Sindelar 
Floyd Albert Singleton 
Clarence Edward Soderstrom 
James Edgar Steele 
Steven Stefanik 
Howard Frederick Stinton 
Halbert Frank Thomas 
John Ugo 

Arnold O. Unbehaun 
Douglas Byers Waldo 
Elmer Vincent Weichel, Jr. 
George Abner Wentzell 
Mary Elizabeth Westenberger 
William Byron White 



In Industrial Administration 



Frederick Sherwood Crook 
Walter J. Geisler 
George Mark Harding, Jr. 
James Mitchell Johnston 
Robert Dale Jones 
Ben Charles Lewis, Jr. 



John Franklin Gough 



William James Littell 
Carlisle Edward Moyer 
James Ball Rosborough 
Bruce Walcher 
Edward Otto Witt 



In Insurance 



In Public Utilities 

Emil Louis Kacer, with High Honors Stanley Joseph Paul Zienkosky 
Carl Luther Stevenson, with Honors 

In Trade and Civic Secretarial Service 
Frances Louise Masiokus 



CiVididates for Degrees, June lo, 1935 



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In xVccountancy and Banking and Finance 

Patrick Davitt David Greenhoot Schwager 

Preston Whitcomb Kimball Ruth Evelyn Slidinger 

John Robert Larimer, with Honors 

In Accountancy and Commerce and Law 
Byron LeRoy Connell 

In Transportation 
George William Carson 

In Insurance and Trade and Civic Secretarial Service 
Eleanor Bailey Goddard 

In Commercial Teaching and Trade and Civic 
Secretarial Service 
Ruth Berniece German Jean Frances Peabody 



The College of Engineering 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 



Robert Jethro Baker 
James John Theodore 



In Ceramics 

Arthur Edwards Williams 

In Ceramic Engineering 



Kenneth John Bray 
William Weber Coffeen 



Robert Russell Sherrill, with 
Honors 



In Civil Engineering 



John Woodrow Acker 

William Francis Barnes, Jr. 

Frederick Taylor Battey 

James Eugene Brissenben 

Aubrey J. Brown 

John Edward Burke, with Honors 

Albert Walter Carlson 

Robert Fred Christensen 

James Gordon Clark, with Honors 

"Roscoe Thomas Cook 

John Regan Clxlings 

\\'alter Melvin Enger 

Eigil Ralph Fadum, with High 

Honors 
John Reid Eraser 
Bradford Alfred Goodenough 
Charles John Harrington 
Charles Edouard Hughes, Jr., with 

Honors 
W'allace Simeon Johnson 
James Edwin Kellogg 
Robert Warren Lake 
Albert ^LacCullough Levy 
Roland Otto Luetzelschwab 



Newlin Dolbey Morgan, Jr. 
Frank AIcArthur Morrow, with 

Honors 
Lester Franklin Nixon 
Joseph Otto Pokorny 
Anthony Charles Repsis 
Samuel Charles Roberts 
Elmer Walter Ruhnow 
Max Schlesinger 

William Basil Sharav, with Honors 
Howard Walter Skov 
William Henry Solger 
Charles Edward Solomon 
Edward Stuk 
James Charles Tourek 
Arthur Paul Troemper 
Edward Ernest Varnum, with Honors 
Ramon Franklin Vogel 
Warren Richard Wagner 
Frank Louis Warren 
Paul Max Weberling, with Honors 
Gaylord Donald Weeks 
Herbert Carl Zilly, with Honors 



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Candidates for Degrees, June lo, 1935 



In Electrical Engineering 



Ralph Emerson Bailey, with Honors 

Charles Riley Barrick 

Robert Donald Besse 

John Lewis Blackburn, with Honors 

Robert Edgar Bodman 

George Woodrow Bowen 

Irven Robert Carter 

Norman Frederick Clarke 

Harry Dan Cooper 

Michael Clare Cridlebaugh 

Theodore Kay Frystak 

Richard Henry Gehrer 

Richard Harry Giles 

Harold Luke Greene 

Stanley Edmond Grimm 

William Clarke Hagey 

George Orville Hessler 

Harry Wallace Horn 

Mack Cletus Jones 

Harold Herman Krefft, with High 

Honors 
Edwin Marques LaBaw 
George Wade Ledbetter 
Gerald Preston Lerner 
Thomas Howard McCully 
Stanley Christopher AIader, with 

High Honors 
Marvin Marks 
Richard Auld Maybury 



Clifford Nicholas Melzer 
Carl Edwin Herbert Mortenson 
Stanley Arvid Nelson, with Honors 
Arthur Frank Ordas, with High 

Honors 
Arthur LeRoy Peters, Jr. 
Dallas James Photopulos 
Leo Everett Pigg 
Gordon O. Pohl 
Francis Paul Preve 
John Robert Prosek 
Edmund August Rehwald 
John Hudson Riggs 
Delmer Arthur Sandberg 
William Peter Schmitz 
Robert Vincent Shepherd 
Richard Louis Shire, with High 

Honors 
Harold Alvin Smith 
Sidney Frank Smith 
Bernard Louis Stone 
Arthur Reece Stover 
Albert William Surie 
AcHALis Mather Sutherland, with 

Honors 
David Evans Turner 
Alfred Stanley Webeck, with High 

Honors 
William David Weisberg 



In Engineering Physics 



Henry Louis Gibson 
Sylvester Herman Hartz 
Bruce Adams King, Jr. 
James Andrew Larsen, Jr. 



NoRVAL Pressley Millar 
Robert Curtis Retherford, with 

High Honors 
Henry Esco Rhea 



In General Engineering 



Horace Jennings Gaston 
Percy Carlton Harnden 
Romaine Boardman Hutton 



David Easton Kirkpatrick 
William Granger Pitt 
Russell James Whyte 



In Mechanical Engineering 



Lowell Brown Anderson 

John William Baur 

Melville Whitnel Beardsley 

Wilbur Ward Betts, with Honors 

Andrew Peter Boehmer 

Robert Preston Bowditch, with High 

Honors 
Carrol Walter Brissenden 
Norman Albert BroWn 
Albert Edwin Carlson 
Albert Allen Coe 
Morgan Bennett Corlew 
Frank Kent Dalrymple 
Leroy Adamson Dixon 



Julian Laverne Dodge 
Robert William Eichenberger 
Carl William Ekstrom 
Harry Gordon Faulkner 
Albert William Fischer 
James Francis Fitzgerald 
Arvid Dermot Frautnick 
Charles Knight Hedges 
Harvey Paul Hintz, with High 

Honors 
Walter Allen Johnson 
Arthur Frederick La Force 
Robert Frank Lindgren 
Lewis Sheppard McClure 



Candidates for Degrees, June lo, ip^^ 



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Webster Keplinger Mayfield 
David Kilbury Mitchell 
Charles Arthur Olsen 
Edward John Piwinski 
Clifford Fred Ransom 
Donald Whitaker Ross 
Lloyd Robert Samuelson 
Norman Amos Scranton 
Irving Roe Seely 
Everett Thor Simonson 
Fred LaVergne Spalding 
Ralph Fletcher Stanford 
Clarence Henry Stein, with High 
Honors 



Howard William Stettner 
Walter Conrad Strakosh, with High 

Honors 
Keith Neil Swanson 
Myron Lewis Thomas 
Vincent John Van Meter 
James Austin Vitzthum 
William Paul Vlach 
Everett Frank Wagner 
Wallace Joseph Weirich 
James William Wright 
Athanassius a. Zaphirides 



In Mining Engineering 
Charles Chilton Boley, with Honors Ralph Breen Jones 

In Railway Electrical Engineering 
William Brazitis Maurice Roderick Eastin 

In Railway Mechanical Engineering 
George John Lehnerer Millard Orlando Starr, with Honors 



The College of Agriculture 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Agriculture 



Menzie Ammon 

Joseph Wilson Ashbrook 

Kenneth Dillon Bailey 

Carl John de Boer 

Oscar Moore Brewer 

Dillon Sidney Brown, with High 

High Honors 
Wilson Bryant 
Lyman Conwell Chism 
Richard Lawrence Conlin 
Kenneth Tanner Crum 
Edml-nd Charles Daily 
Charles Nicholas DeHart 
Andrew Simpson Duffle 
Edward John Dunphy, with Honors 
Paul Walker Durbin 
Vernon Miller Eckert 
Ward Leroy Edwards, with High 

Honors 
Robert John Eggert 
Vincent Horton Esry 
Ralph Gaylord Finney 
Owen Arthur Fordham 
LoREN Scott Eraser 
Martin Theodore Garbe 
Gilbert Gaston Gibson 
Wilbur David Goeke 
Stanley Eugene Hagen 
Ivan W. Hieser 



Wirt Wyclyff Holsinger 
Robert Edward Hopkins 
Berryman Richards Hurt, with 

High Honors 
Raymond Ralph Irwin 
Robert Harry Jensen 
George Alison Johnson 
Howard Vincent Johnson 
William James Keyes 
Adeal Raymond Kirkpatrick 
Kermit Earl Kline 
Charles Harvey Krusa 
Roy Mills Landon 
John Silas McCannon 
Royal Eugene McCormick 
William Samuel AIcKown 
Harry Donald McLaughlin 
Lawrence Frederick Marriott, with 

Honors 
John Wilbur Matthews, with 

Honors 
Eugene Joseph Mies 
Wallace Parrett Mills 
Leslie Ray Mitchell 
Ralph Clinton Morgan 
Elmer Dee Noren 
Emmett Ezekiel Ormiston, with 

High Honors 
Arthur Lindsey Owen, with Honors 



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Candidates for Degrees, June lo, 1935 



Chestner Robert Painter 
Perry Eugene Piper 
Robert William Porteus 
Roy Verne Righter 
Ernest Walbaum Riley 
John Isaac Robison 
Jerry Emil Rouse 
William D. Rusk 
Noel Benjamin Summers 



Parker John Erickson 
Robert Burns Siegel 



WiLBER Harold Tammeus 
Ray Holt Teal, with Honors 
John Lyle Trisler 
Emmett John Wagner 
James Barton Walton 
Thomas Ellsworth Webb 
George Raymond Werner, with 

Honors 
Harold Clifton Wood 

In Floriculture 

Walter Edwin Wellman 



In Home Economics 



A^TiLDRED Eugene Anderson 

Marguerite Wilma Baker 

Charlotte Waters Beard 

Helen Lois Berger 

RosALEE Berry 

Anna Elizabeth Bines 

Trenna Margaret Burchell 

EsTELLE Marie Chensky 

Hester Plummer Clark, with Honors 

Mildred Christine Cornelius 

Alta Cottingham 

Lillian J. Cummings 

Catherine Rose Davis 

Melva Jo Davis 

Sara Catherine Eastman 

Caroline Farrar 

Maude Matilda Hine 

Ruth Helen Ingham 

Ruth Roberta Jenkins 



Helen Marie Jervis 

Helen Curtiss Lines 

Marian Frances Matthewson 

Lois Louesa Mattix 

Hester Beatrice Means, with Honors 

Catherine Grace Moorman, with 

High Honors 
Dorothy Pauline Nelson 
Elsie Geraldine North 
Merry Katherine Norton 
Emma Lou Fincham Rademacher 
Lillian Lucille Richmond 
Ruth Elizabeth Riegel 
Maxine Robertson 
Josephine Margaret Rutelonis 
Naomi Beatrice Scranton 
Kathryn Irma Wolfe 
Grace Berutti Zerbolio, with Honors 
Lois Henrietta Zimmerman 



The College of Education 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Education 



George Elias Abraham 
Lois Jane Adams 
Dorothy Elizabeth Ahlering 
Juanita Edna Ahlf 
Elberta Julia Alexander 
Rosemary Allen 
Helen Elvira Anderson 
V. Belle Apple 
Mary Kathleen Arnold 
Jesse William Ash 
Leah Alice Augur 
Alfred Louis Beckman 
Charles Steven Bennis 
Marjorie Elizabeth Berryman 
Evelyn Edna Bills 
Charlotte Joan Blair 
William Albert Boers 
Mary Helen Boley 



James Carroll Bolton 
Irene Virginia Bromley 
Catherine Eleanor Brown 
Lex J. Bullock 
Josephine Louise Cathcart 
Robert Louis Champion 
John David Clancy 
Josephine Lee Clayton 
James Byron Cleland 
Ruth Cecelia Cooley 
Forest Ivan Craven 
Anita Margaret Crites 
Frank Harold Crosby 
Elizabeth Alice Curry 
Maurice E. Dahmus 
Dorothy Dell Dale 
Max William David 
David William Davies 



Candidates for Degrees, June lo, 1935 



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Gwendolyn Coggeshall Davis 
Velma Alice Denny, with Honors in 

Latin, History, and Education 
Dorothy Mae Ehrenhart 
Gretta Lee Elliott 
Anna Ole.ne Espevik 
^L'XRjORY Lee Fancher 
Ferne AL\rie Fetters, with Honors in 

History' and Education 
Constance Harriet Filbey, with 

Honors in Mathematics 
John Abraham Fischer 
Helen Arlexe Fitzgerald 
Josephine Alice Flagg 
John Henry Fleming 
Emma Pauline Freed 
Frank Engelbert Froschauer 
Elizabeth Jane Gaa 
Mary Anna Belle Garvin 
Phyllis Irene Gerrard 
Mary Agnes Giblin 
Lois [Marie Gilbert 
Tom ^Ioffet Gilkerson 
2\Iary Louise Gladden 
Juanita Glascock 
Stanley Goscinski, Jr. 
Frances ^Lary Gourley 
Elbert Russell Gr-vgg 
Myron Delbert Green 
Paux Greenman 
GwEN Grace Griffin 
Marcella Elizabeth Grote 
Julia Lee Gullett 
John Winchester Gunnell, with 

High Honors in Speech 
Roy William Guttschow 
Marjorie Edith Haak 
Saraetta Hadav/ay 
Louise Antoinette Hansen 
Ivan Howard Harnew 
Catherine Evelyn Harrell 
Daniel William Harris 
Charlotte Anita Hatch, with 

Honors in Latin and Education 
Eleanor ^Iary Head 
Louise Henrici Heidhues 
Hallie Eloise Hoehner, with Honors 

in Education 
William Albert Holmes 
Irma Carolyn Huber 
Tyron Ehrhart Huber 
Floyd Harry Hughes 
Evelyn Virginia Hurd 
Mary Louise Hursey 
Charlotte Faith Hursh 
Albert Fred Iske 
Edwin Jahns 
John Robert Janovic 
Harold Adams Johnson 
Howard Ostal Johnson 
Fred William Kasch 
Phillip Rudolph Kasik, with Honors 

in Education 
Ruth Katz 



Thelma Elaine Kelly 
Dorothy Louise Kerr 
Mary Catherine Kirby 
Stephen Earnest Koelz 
John Edward Koessler 
Ethelyn Dunn Kohlstedt 
Pauline Elizabeth Kolb 
Edward Martin Korb 
Russell James Korty 
Wanda Frances Marie Kosinski 
Rose Cherie Landfield 
AIarjorie Adelaide Landsness 
Eleanor Ruth Lape 
Paul Warren Legge 
Emma Jane Leigh 
Margaret Jane McCaskill 
Donald McDonald 
Helen Taylor McGill 
Anna Katherine AIacGregor 
Catharine Pearl McIntyre 
Margery Elizabeth McKee 
Alma Angela McLaughlin, with 

Fligh Honors in French and 

Honors in Education 
William Power MacLean 
Stanley Wright McNeely 
Charles Daniel Mack, Jr. 
Vernon Harold Macomber 
Elizabeth Rose Madden 
Leota Mae Mansberger 
Secondino Paul Marchello 
Robert Martin Metz 
Margaret Anne Middagh 
Helen Elizabeth Miller 
Vera Mae Miller 
Culver Carl Mills 
Phyllis Enid Monk 
Charles Douglas Monsson 
Elizabeth Hartley Moore 
Maryan Maude Moore 
Jeanne Marie Moreland 
Evelyn Josephine Mortensen 
Elizabeth Murdock 
Irmanell Murdock 
Harriet Catherine Murphy 
Marjorie Elizabeth Myers 
Dorothy Neff 
Marion Rae Nelson 
Wilbur Arthur North 
Esther Jane Norton 
Jeannette Norton 
Katherine Marie Oehm 
Charles Oscar Olson, Jr. 
Clara Hildegarde Olson 
Orville Porter Orr 
Harry Mauritz Palmer 
Peter Panagos 
Russell Michael Pershell 
Gladys Louise Piano 
Elizabeth Chaplain Pickels 
Sarah Lorraine Poorman 
Ethel Mary Popple 
Mary Elizabeth Post 



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Candidates for Degrees, June lO, 1935 



Dorothea Potter 
Gerald Homer Powell 
Earl R. Prather 
Michael Arcangelo Rago 
Blanche Margaret Raman, with 

Honors in Mathematics 
Mary Margaret Ramsey 
Frederick Daniel Randall 
Florence A^Tae Rector 
Roger Earl Reeder 
Katherine Lucille Reinke 
Elenore Maxine Reynolds 
Marion Alice Ridgway 
Alva William Ripka 
Vernon Samuel Rocke 
Mary Adela Rost 
Elizabeth Lucile Rowland 
Harry Dale Ryan 
Dolores Claire Sandry, with Honors 

in Education 
Hattie Sbar 
Viola Irenne Scala 
Caroline Agnes Schlagenhauf 
Raymond Albert Schmidt 
Harold Alvin Schoeck 
Louise W. Schubert, with Honors in 

French 
Ethel Marie Scotland 
Agnes Lancaster Scott 
Constance Anne Scully 
Helen Louise Senger 
Merret Everet Setzekorn 
Leo Heuse Shively 
Ruby Maude Sidwell 
Wright Alexander Sim 
Pearl Barnett Sisk 



Jean Ann Smith 

Glenna Alice Spencer 

John Luther Stearns 

Robert Albert Stine 

Frederick Olen Sullivan 

Margaret Catheryne Sutherland 

Fred Lewis Teer 

Margaret Elisabeth Telleen 

Dolly Athena Terzis 

Emma Ruth Tuthill 

Charlotte Hope Tuttle 

Frances Theresa Ungaretti 

A'Iarion Van Sickle, with Honors in 

Education and French 
John Weitse Van Tuin 
Madlynfred C. Viner 
Martha Elizabeth Vinje 
Camille Vrhel 
Deloss Paul Wagner 
George William Wakefield 
A'Iarie Louise Walling 
Bernard Joseph Ward 
Lewis Wasserman 
George Leonard Waters 
Melvina Elizabeth Way 
Gene David Weisiger 
Caroline Elizabeth Welles 
Bertha Vivian Wells 
Vida Marie Wicks 
Elnor B. Katherine Wiechert 
Paul Aavon Willett 
Effiebelle Wolland 
Robert Cushman Wyckoff 
Lena Yawitz 
George Rowland Zarrett 
Lena Sarah Zimmerman 



In Home Economics Education 

Beulah Belle Alt Alice Lucille McIntire 

Violet Vivian Blodau Mary Elizabeth Mattix 

Rosemary Emily Cox Julia Loyal Moor 

Ruth Alice Davis Ruth Jones AIueller 

Mary Eleanor Holme Charlotte Muriel Smith 

Eleanor Grace Howe Ethel May Thomas 
Virginia Locke 



John Winfield Davis 
George Henry Stiff 



In Industrial Education 

GusTAvus Berry Stuart 
Fred Wilson Weller 



The College of Fine and Applied Arts 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Architectural Engineering 
Francis Martin Baron, with High George Frank Fritzinger, with 

Honors Honors 

William Thomas Blann, with High Dean Farrar Hilfinger, with 

Honors Honors 

Norman Corn Donald Thomas Jordan 



Candidates for Degrees, June lo, 1933 



25 



Howard Masayuki Kubota 

Gordon Joseph Lindl 

Paul Berthold Marxen 

Kenji Onodera 

Leox Seligson, with High Honors 

Charles Edwix Small 

Kenneth Alan Smith 



Norman Louis Stephens 

John Francis Sweetnam 

Ricardo Torres 

John Sutherland Winbigler, with 

High Honors 
John Nicholas Ziegele 



William J. Bachman 
Carl Eduard Bretscher 
William Hadley Buchholz 
Carl Robert Gairing 
Steven Frank Glowacki 
William Bernard Hasterlik 
Arthur Brandt Henning 
Charles Frederick Jost 
Alfred Theodore Kurek 



In Architecture 

Arnold Schaffner 
Claude Leslie Senefeld 
Eugene Ferdinand Stoyke 
Robert William Surplice 
Fred Vincent Traynor 
Clarence Wapner 
John M. Ware 
Leonard Wayman 



]\L-\rgaret Edwina Bates 
Audrey Claike Benton 
Elizabeth Anne Bilsborrow 
AIilburn Ernest Carey 
John Michael Davies, Jr. 
Harold William Dodd 
Fred John Huber 
Franklin ALa.xwell Juvinall 



In Public School Music 

Hester Elizabeth McMillen 
Mary Josephine Maguire, with 

Honors 
Walter Ernest Purdy 
Bohumil Frank Schubert 
Fern Maxine Secord 
Evalyn Nadine Wachob 



Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts 
In Landscape Architecture 



Anne Ash 

Robert Mower Black 

Arthur Frank Christman 

William Alfred Dean, with Honors 

Richard Dunbar Ferris 

Donald Sellar Foreman 

Ralph N. Johnson 

Wallace Alfred Johnson 

James Francis Kennedy 



Eldridge H. Lovelace, with High 

Honors 
James Edson Lowry 
AIiLTON Joseph Orcutt 
Frederick Barnes Stresau 
Layton Kent Washburn 
Norman Arthur Wilson 
Stanley Hubert Young 



In Landscape Architecture, City Planning Option 
Edward Walker Proctor 



In Painting 



Dorothy Wildenrath Hawley 
Gordon Malcolm Howatt 
Lorraine Ruth Marshall 
Florentia Elizabeth Metzger 
Theodore Davis Parmelee, with 

Honors 
Dorothy ^L^E Reichardt 
Ansel Willis Rumble, with High 

Honors 



Genevieve Marie Shepanek 
Marian Jeanette Snyder 
Russell Elwood Sparks 
Barbara Ruth Strauch 
AIary Margaret Summers 
Frances Mercedes Thompson 



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Candidates for Degrees, June lo, 1935 



Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Music 



MiLBURN Ernest Carey 
LaVon Coolman, with Honors 
Dewey Mitchell Dawson 
Jewel Reed Dawson 
Virginia Mary Savage, with High 
Honors 



Edith Laurel Spencer, with Honors 
Nellie Marie Stuart, with High 

Honors 
Alice Troutt, with High Honors 
Carl Robert Wood 



The College of Law 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws 



Floyd Roy Abernathy, B.S., 1933 
John Trevett Allen, A.B., 1934 
Warren Henry Badger, A.B., 1933 
Harold Wesley Bancroft, B.S., 1932 
Mark Carroll Baymiller, A.B., 

Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1932 
Victor Harris Belshaw, A.B., 1933 
Harold William Borsch, A.B., 1933 
John James Bresee, B.S., 1922 
Albert Brown, A.B., 1933 
Frank Winfield Byrns, A.B., 1933 
Martin Cablk, A.B., 1933 
Martin Leroy Cassell, Jr., A.B., 1933 
George Thomas Christie, B.S., 1933 
Herbert Cohen 
Morris Daniel Coppersmith, B.S., 

1933 
Mahlon Lachlan Crissey, A.B., 

University of Wisconsin, 1933 
Daniel Holland Dailey, Jr., A.B., 

1933 
Robert Vance Faragher, A.B., 1933, 

with High Honors 
Herbert Lehman Garrison, A.B., 

1932 
NoRBERT Campbell Garrison, A.B., 

1933 
Charlotte Edwina Gauer, B.S., 1932 
Harry Herndon Gibson, A.B., 1933 
George N. Gilkerson, B.S., 1933 
Eli Albert Golan 



George Linden Haggard, A.B., 1933 
Harold Winford Hannah, B.S., 1930 
William Jacobs, B.S., 1933 
Rogers Draper Jones, A.B., 1932 
John Aubrey Kirk, B.S., 1933 
Lillian Katherine Kubicek, A.B., 

1933 
Joe Paisley Longwell, A.B., 1932 
Martin Marion Love, A.B., 1932 
Lawrence Burt McMunn, A.B., 

Northwestern University, 1932 
William Charles Martin, A.B., 1933 
Bonita Clara Matthews, A.B., 1933, 

with High Honors 
IsADORE Jay Mnookin, B.S., 1934 
Joseph Henry Mueller, A.B., 1933, 

with Honors 
George Belvey Nesbitt, A.B., 1933 
Marvin Maxwell Novick, A.B., 1933 
Joseph Robert Rosborough, B.S., 1933 
Willis Pierce Ryan, A.B., 1932 
Keith Foster Scott, A.B., 1933 
Robert James Sears, B.S. 1933 
Leon Phillip Starr, A.B., 1933 
Claudia Ellen Stone, A.B., Smith 

College, 1929, with Honors 
Leonard William Telleen, A.B., 1933 
Robert Nelson Wallace, B.S., 1934 
Silas Wallk, A.B., 1932 
David A. Winters Wasserman, A.B., 

1933 



The School of Journalism 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Journalism 



Emma Auer 

W. Raymond Bates, with Honors 



Albert Joseph Bertine 
Raymond Francis Burke 



Candidates for Degrees, June lo, ip3j 



V 



Joseph Zachary Burson 

Roger Milton Case 

AIarvin Senn Cohn 

Bartox Arthur Cummings 

Elma Catherine Dabler 

Jean Elizabeth Dragoo 

AIarjorie Lois Eads 

^Iargaret Ruth Ebert 

Henry Egolf 

William John Ennis 

Katherine Udall Filson 

Jean Louise Fitzgerald 

Annette Leone Fleischbein 

Phyllis Kerel Folk 

Creston John Foster 

Harry Leonard Frederick, with High 

Honors 
Max William Goodman 
Phyllis Elaine Gray, with Honors 
Mayer Leon Haas 
Frank Gleiser Hetishee 
Virginia AL L. Hill 
Emil Robert Howald 
Mildred Josephine Jared 
Marie Frances Johnson 
William Harvey Judy, with High 

Honors 



Albert Allan Kazunas 

Elizabeth Roller 

Louis Bernard Kuhn 

Eloise Elizabeth Logan 

Ruth Gilbert McClain, with Honors 

Maxine McVaugh 

Mary Elizabeth Mathias 

Clare Adel ]\1entz 

Thelma Ferne Mounce 

Lowell Albert Nye 

June Elizabeth Parsons, with 

Honors 
Dorothy Lindsay Poor 
Harold G. Roettger, with Honors 
Mary Eleanor St. Germain 
Frances Louise Spear 
Helen Stanton 
Arthur Joseph Strauss 
John Louis Strohm, with Honors 
Joseph Higgs Summers, with Honors 
La Vonne Eileen Taylor 
James Thomson 
James Zefrin Ulrich, Jr. 
Elizabeth Frances Williams 
Lester Richard Wroble 
Melville Andrew Youhill 
George Charles Zeller 



The School of Physical Education 
Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Physical Education 



Evelyn Mildred Bakke 
Julia Ellen Barnett 
Clarence Clifford Dalton 
Esther Davey 
Dorathea W. Friedrich 
Mary Ann Hewitt 
Alice Carolyn Jenkins 
Alpha M. Jennings 
Lucille Esther Jost 
Dorothy Helen Lawrence 
!Marjorie Irene Lempke 



Naomi Laura Leyhe 

Dorothy Evelyn Mohn, with Honors 

Dorothy June Plunkett 

Elizabeth Medora Sanderson 

Frances May Scott 

Grace Margaret Scott 

Mary Randa Strand 

Orval George Strode 

Fayetta Esther Tobias 

Florette Muriel Weiss 



The Library School 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Library Science 

Robert Smyth Alvarez, A.B., University of Chicago, 1934 
Elma Peach Anderson, A.B., University of Missouri, 1931 



28 Candidates for Degrees, June lo, ipsj 

Bernetta Arndt, A.B., Illinois College, 1933 

Grace AIarguerite Arthur, A.B., Ball State Teachers College, 1932, with 

Honors 
Myrle Avery, A.B., Michigan State Normal College, 1929 
Helen Beckwith, A.B., Northwestern University, 1921, with Honors 
Raymond Dierksmeier Behrens, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1933 
Virginia Helen Boden, A.B., University of California at Los Angeles, 1934 
Lottie Minnie Brashears, B.S., North Texas State Teachers College, 1927 
Claire Lucille Burns, A.B., Northwestern University, 1924 
Mary Elizabeth Cammack, A.B., Mississippi State College for Women, 1924 
Pearl Johnson Clement, A.B., Louisville Municipal College for Negroes, 1933 
Nina Marie Cooper, A.B., University of Arkansas, 1931, with Honors 
Mary Crumrine, A.B., B.Mus., Otterbein College, 1907, 1910 
Elva Curtis, A.B., University of Oklahoma, 1926, with High Honors 
Ruby Elaine Dare, A.B., Taylor University, 1926; A.M., University of Mich- 
igan, 1929, with High Honors 
Frances Ernestine Dewell, A.B., Drake University, 1934 
Paul Shaner Dunkin, A.B., DePauw University, 1929; A.M., 1931, with 

Honors 
NuMiA Lee Fouts, A.B., University of Kentucky, 1931 
Emily Ow-en Garnett, A.B., Texas Christian University, 1931, with High 

Honors 
Helen Gray, A.B., 1932 

Edna Katherine Harlan, A.B., Colorado College, 1934 
Louise Frances Haworth, A.B., Butler University, 1933 
GiLBERTA May Heid, A.B., Butler University, 1932 
Esther Vivian Hill, A.B., Milton College, 1925 ; A.B., A.M., 1934 
Irel Hall Hodges, A.B., University of Kentucky, 193 1 ; A.AL, Vanderbilt Uni- 
versity, 1932 
Marion Josephine Kanak, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1931 
Elizabeth Rae Kendall, A.B., A.M., Northwestern University, 1928, 1934 
Florence Mildred Kerr, A.B., Baker University, 1922; A.M., University of 

Chicago, 1927, with Honors 
Dorothy Elizabeth Leib, A.B., University of Kansas, 1934 
Carol Conklin Lind, A.B., Wheaton College, 1927, with Honors 
Ida Fannye Mackey, A.A., Cumberland College, 1927; A.B., University of 

Kentucky, 1930 
Ruth Harpole Mueller, A.B., Indiana University, 1934 
Helen Myrtle Murrell, A.B., University of Arkansas, 1931, with Honors 
Florence Lois Ott, A.B., Northwestern Universitj', 1934, with Honors 
Elinor Parsons, A.B., Wellesley College, 1931 

IsABELLE Drake Prugh, A.B., Missouri Wesleyan College, 1925; B.S., North- 
west Missouri State Teachers College, 1928 _ 
John Carl Settelmayer, A.B., University of Cincinnati, 1935 
Margaret Jean Sim, A.B., Whitman College, 1926, with Honors 
Sister Mary Aurea Hausmann, A.B., DePaul University, 1931 
Sister Mary Norita Gleeson, Ph.B., Saint Xavier College, 1934 
Pearl Jean Sneed, A.B., University of Mississippi, 1931 
Harris Dean Stallings, A.B., Stanford University, 1933 
Philip Johnson Stone, A.B., Cornell University, 1929, with High Honors 
WiLHELMiNA TuRNER, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1929, with Honors 
Marian Lucille Waby, A.B., University of California at Los Angeles, 1934, 

with Honors 
Henry John Waltemade, A.B., Nebraska State Teachers College (Kearney), 

1933, with Honors 
Carl Ernest Welchner, A.B., University of Nebraska, 1934 
Etta Marie Westenhouse, A.B., Willamette University, 1932, with High 

Honors 
Anna Ruth Whitmore, B.S., State Teachers College (Millersville, Pennsyl- 
vania), 1933 
Catherine Marie Wick, A.B., A.M., 1929, 1931, with Honors 
Fern Elois Wilson, A.B., Bethany College, 1934 
Naomi Pearl Woodford, A.B., Morningside College, 1934 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago 
June 7, 1935 

The College of Medicine 

The De.eree of Bachelor of Science 



In Medicine 



Bex a. Appel 

Arthur Barbakoff 

Harold Joseph Barys 

Leo Jerome Browx, B.Ed. 

Leonard S. Buck 

Robert DeForrest Burley 

George Bush 

Bernard j\L\nuel Chapman 

Meyer Barney Cohen 

Theodore M. Cohen 

Clarence Cohrs 

Sol Palt, Ditkowsky 

^Laurice Dunn, with Honors 

Joseph Faingold, Ph.C. 

Philip Falk, with Honors 

Abraham William Feldman 

Bourke Firfer 

Mitchell L. Frank 

George Joseph David Gertz 

Max M. Glassman 

Harold Wayne Hammatt 

Irving Hassen 

Jerome Frederick Heinrich 

Edmund R. Hess 

Howard E. Heyer, with Honors 

James Leopold Hora 

Harold Dale Huff 

Isadore Isovitz 

Abraham Izzak Jackman 

Henry Joseph Jacobs 

Hilerd Westley Jenkixs 

Harry Josephson 

Leonard A. Kagex 

Isadore A. Kaplan, with Honors 

Joseph H. Kaplan 

Martin J. Klapman 

Leonard Hyman Kolb 

AIeyer Kushker 

Meyer Kuznitsky 

George J. Kvidera 

Herbert Lack, with Honors 



Henry Peter Lattuada 

Myron Jame Levin 

Edward Levine 

Edward Albert Luke 

Abraham Melamed 

M. Luther Mosher 

Dorothy Kathryn O'Connor, A.B. 

Louis Olsman 

Hyman Peck, Ph.C. 

Paul Quayle Peterson 

Wayne Reeser 

Reuben M. Reifler, Ph.G. 

Milton Robin 

William Rosenberg 

Albert Hessel Rosenblatt 

Robert R. Rothschild 

Harry Osbourne Ryan, Jr. 

Zal Sanders 

Francis Eugene Sauer 

Walter William Schwartz 

Walter Shriner 

Wayne Pulley Sirles 

Carl Solander 

Edward Sosson, with Honors 

Robert Andrew Spencer 

Isadore Spinka, with Honors 

Samuel Spira 

William Edward Steiner 

Robert Healy Stevens 

Grant Suttie 

Roy Frank Teborek 

William Stanley Walsh 

David Wasserman 

Reuben Robert Wasserman 

Paul K. Weichselbaum 

Harry I. Weiner 

Allen E. Winer 

William H. Wright 

Dillman Forbes Ziegler 

Joseph John Zuska, with Honors 



The Certificate in Medicine 



Samuel Alfred Adland, 
Ben a. Appel 
Alfred Stone Ash 
Emily Baer, B.S. 



B.S. 



Harold Joseph Barys 
Oscar Jacob Becker 
Merrill Charles Beecher 
Robert David Berke 



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Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June J, ip3§ 



Armin Louis Blaufuss, Ph.C. 

Daniel Edward Bowers 

Robert Vernon Carter 

Louis Chabner 

Isadore Hymen Cohn, B.S. 

Clement Clark Coleman, B.S. 

George Edward Colyer, A.B., B.S., 

with Honors 
Nathan Solomon Deutsch, B.S. 
Norman Dobin, B.S. 
Sidney Harvey Dueofsky 
Frank Wayne Edel, A.B. 
Thomas J. Fitzpatrick 
Lawrence Edward Foulke, B.S. 
Robert Friedenberg, A.B. 
Cyril Melchoir Gallati 
Harvey Enoch Gaynes, B.S. 
Erving Francis Geever, B.S. 
George Everett Gilman, A.B., B.S. 
Jacob A. Glassman, B.S. 
Irwin Globerson 
Aaron Louis Goldberg 
Manuel Goldfine, B.S. 
Marion Lee Gordon 
Abraham Gorday, B.S. 
Vincent James Greco 
Maurice O. Grossman, A.B., B.S. 
Aaron Gunther, B.S. 
Rudolf William Hack, A.B., B.S. 
Zigmore Harris, B.S. 
Irving Hassen 

Richard Teal Haverstock, B.S. 
James Henry Hawkes 
Paul E. Hefner, B.S. 
George Ray Hill 
H. Sargent Howard, B.S. 
Victor H. Hunkel, Ph.B. 
Carl Ireneus, Jr., B.S. 
John Hick Johnstone, B.S. 
Joseph T. Kaminskas 
Jack Karel, B.S. 
Charles Katz, B.S. 
Robert Stephen Keller 
George Kieve Keppleman, B.S. 
Adelbert Herman Klein, B.S. 
William Nelk Knudsen, A.B. 
Harold Jay Koch, B.S. 
George Lewis Kravtsow, B.S. 
Sherburne Krieger, B.S. 
Emerson C. Kunde, A.B., B.S. 
Milton Elmer Kurth, B.S. 
Albert Thomas Kwedar, B.S. 
Herbert Lang, B.S. 
Harry Lazar, B.S. 
Louis Samuel Lerner, B.S. 
Sydney S. Levine, B.S. 
William Wayne Lockwood, B.S. 
Katherine Hypatia MacEachern, 

B.S. • 
Irwin Harry Makovsky, B.S. 



Harold Marks, A.B., B.S. 

Aaron Shiya Mason, B.S. 

LoRRELL Edward Messman, B.S. 

Ira Robert Morrison, A.B., B.S. 

James Joseph AIurphy, B.S. 

Charles Arthur Nelson 

Samuel Nieder, B.S. 

Winston K. Nix 

Franklin Arnold Olson, B.S. 

John Parke, B.S. 

Matthew Platt 

Oscar Mandel Plotkin, B.S. 

Harold Price, Ph.G. 

Leonard Price, B.S. 

Joseph Raider 

James Stedman Reynolds, B.S. 

Keith Rhea, B.S. 

Frederick Jasper Ricketts, B.S. 

Sidney Sigmund Rooth, B.S. 

Irving Isadore Rosen, B.S. 

Jack Rosenberg 

Samuel William Rosenberg 

Irving Hyman Rosenthal, B.S. 

Mandel Sachs 

Seymour Salberg, B.S. 

Robert Edward Schettler, B.S. 

Herbert A. Schiller, Ph.C, B.S. 

John Lavine Schilsky, B.S. 

Kenneth Fosnes Schneider, B.S. 

Leonard Jerome Schwade 

William Frederick Seifert 

Alexander Joseph Shimkus, B.S. 

Harry I. Shulruff, B.S., with Honors 

Joseph Howard Siegfried 

Jerome Joel Sievers, Ph.G. 

Robert James Sigler, B.S. 

David Silbert 

Pasche Silvert 

Danely Philip Slaughter, B.S. 

Manuel Slavin, A.B. 

Clarence William Smith, Ph.C, Ph.G. 

Roger Francis Sondag, B.S. 

Raymond Elmer Sorenson, B.S. 

Adelbert L. Spiller, B.S. 

Bertram Spira, B.S. 

Albert Elon Steer, B.S. 

Albert Frank Stein, B.S. 

Richard Vawter Stevenson, B.S. 

Samuel Lloyd Stou't, Ph.C. 

Edward A. Tappan, B.S. 

Aloysious Felix Tasch, B.S. 

Russell Kenneth Taubert 

Frank Joseph Tesar, B.S. 

Milton Tinsley, B.S., with Honors 

Jack Wagner 

Morris Waisman, B.S., with High 

Honors 
Leonard Weissman, B.S. 
Raymond Benedict White, A.B., B.S. 
Charles LeRoy Wunsch 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June 7, igs5 



31 



The Degree of Bachelor of Medicine 



David Marvin Brotman 



Frank C. Sedlak 



The College of Dentistry 
The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Dentistry 



Robert Rowley Bowman 
Henry Fox 
Edward John Goggin 
Robert Arthur Greenberg 
Curt Joseph Gronner 
Murray AIitchell Hoffman 
John James Littig 



James Norman Lynch 
Erwin Robert Melcher 
AIax ]\Iotew 

George Arthur Nemecek 
Donald Frank Nix 

ISADORE SaPOSNIK 



The Degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery 



Theodor Baum 

David Berman, B.S. 

Paul Oscar Boyle, B.S. 

Joshua Brinker 

Gordon Gerard Chinnock 

Paul.a. Eisemann 

James ^Malcolm Elson 

Leonard Gelfand, B.S. 

Donald William Groye 

Marsh.\ll Frederick Grunwald, B.S. 

MiLO Bernhardt Hattenhauer 



Robert Arthur Hoehn, B.S. 
Homer William Hopkins 
George Arthur Nemecek 
Jacob Leo Rachlin, B.S. 
Joe Graham Ronalds, B.S. 
Maurice Barney Schwartz 
Lawrence Heasley Shaner, B.S. 
John Monroe Spence, B.S., with 

Honors 
Faith Foster Stephan, B.S. 
Arthur David Tessler 



The College of Pharmacy 
The Degree of Pharmaceutical Chemist 



Harry William Adams (Class of 1934) 

Frances Lillian B.\ker 

Bernard B. Berman 

Esther Berman 

Charles Henrie Billups 

Theodore Hyman Blonder 

Milton Seymour Bower 

Herbert Bernard Braverman 

Maxwell Broskuf 

David Thiel Burger 

Anthony Charles Chiaramonte 

Jerry Chuman 

^Minnie Cohen 

Reece Carlyle Gov alt 

Peery August Duderstadt 



Gerald Gail Edwards 

Leonard Harold Feinberg 

Ann Sophia Giacinti 

Edward Joseph Glaser 

Arthur Ira Goodman 

Willard Green 

Kenneth Herbert Harris 

Felix Herbstman 

Sister Mary Getulia Honorowski 

Jaroslav J. Horacek 

Anthony Andrew Indovina 

Anthony Jacob 

Edward Charles Jankauskas 

Lillian Ell.a. Janosik 

Roland Frank Koepke 



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Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June y, I935 



Henry Charles Kot 

John F. Lacey 

Sol Lapofski 

Joseph Louis Latelle 

Victor Emanuel Lawrence 

Frank Lee 

Joseph Anthony Lentino 

Lena Armida Leonard 

Walter Anthony Molas 

Halger Carl Naslund 

Louis Pertzovsky 

Harry John Phelan 

Harry George Pulik 

William DeLos Rachielles 

Nathan Rapp 

Gust Lawrence Reinhold 

Stewart John Rollinson 

David Edmund Rosenblatt 

Malvern Mack Roth 

Nicholas S. Salamie 

George Leon Schlan 

Meyer Scholnick (Class of 1934) 

Harry Selwitz 

Harry Sevelow 

Harold George Seyffert 



Duane C. Shrout 

Harry Calvin Singer 

Robert Harry Sommer 

Sam Steinberg 

Vivian Leona Stepek 

Jason Jay Sweet 

Dillon W. Swingle, Jr. 

Clarence Thompson 

Joe Peter Tinaglia 

Grace Ellen Topf 

HoLLis John Toynton 

Daniel A. Traficante 

Amideo R. Triscinzzi 

Joseph Warzecha 

Meyer Wein stein 

Leon Marshall Whitelock 

Raymond John Wiltgen 

Sister Mary Leonica Wirkus 

Beatrice A. Zeman 

Robert Irvin Zeman 

Theodore Clarence Zeman (Class of 

1934) 
Floyd Stanton Zuck 
Anthony Francis Zychowicz 



The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Pharmacy 



Sam Roy Androfsky 

Sam Chadnowsky 

Abe Albert Danish 

Harold Finkelstein, with Honors 

Mandel Max Jacobson 

Harry Karl Kuhrt 

Walter Andrew Madej 



Anne Frances Putyra 
Harry Max Rayman 
Abe Moe Rosen 

Roy Kenneth Snyder, B.S., M.S. 
Edward Ernest Vicher, with Honors 
Ferdinand Benjamin Zienty, with 
High Honors 



The Graduate School 

The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

In Physiology 

David Wilmarth Northup, A.B., Reed College, 1930; A.M., University of 
Oregon, 1932. The secretory metabolism of the salivary glands. 

The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Psychology 
Maxjrice Lichtenstein, A.B., 1932 



The Degree of Master of Science 

In Bacteriology 
John Anthony Vaichulis, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1929 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June J, IQSS 33 

In Obstetrics and Gynecology 

D. Evelyn Miller, A.B., Central Wesleyan College, 1921 ; B.S., AI.D., Univer- 
sity of Nebraska, 1926, 1928 

In Pathology 
Howard Zeitlin, B.S., M.D., 1929, 1932 

In Pharmacology 
Paul David Carpenter, Ph.G., 1925 ; B.S., University of Michigan, 1930 

In Physiological Chemistry 
George Everett Oilman, A.B., B.S., 1931, 1933 

In Surgery 
Carlo Salvadore Scuderi, B.S., M.D., 1926, 1929 



Degrees Conferred Since the Last 
Commencement 

Conferred in August and October, 1934, 
and in February, 1935 



The Graduate School 
The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

Conferred in February, 1935 

In Animal Husbandry 

Berthier Wesley Fairbanks, B.S., 1917; M.S., University of Wyoming, 1931. 
The effect of heat upon the nutritive value of dry skim milk powders with 
special reference to the proteins. 

RoscoE Raymond Snapp, A.B., B.S., M.S., 1913, 1921. The influence of preg- 
nancy and sex upon some of the factors which affect the feeding and killing 
qualities of yearling cattle. 

In Chemistry 

QuENTiN Royal Bartz, A.B., Tarkio College, 1930; M.S., University of Ne- 
braska, 1931. I. The rearrangement of aryl methylalkyl ethers. II. Effect 
of substituents on the rate of racemization of optically active diphenyls. 

Alfred Clark, B.S., Purdue University, 1930; M.S., Michigan State College, 
1932. A spectrographic study of the nitrogen afterglow. 

John William Copenhaver, B.S., Emory and Henry College, 1929; M.S., West 
Virginia University, 1931. The influence of weight of aryl groups on the 
dissociation of hexa-aryl ethanes. 

James Burbank Reed, B.S., Massachusetts State College, 1927; M.S., 1932. 
Observations on the rare earths: The preparation of anhydrous rare earth 
compounds by the action of fused and solid "onium" salts on the oxides. 

Ernest Byron Riegel, A.B., Central College (Missouri), 1928; A.M., 1931. 
I. The effect of the nitro group on the optical activity of 2-nitro-6-carboxy- 
2'-methoxydiphenyl when in other than the 6'- position. II. The stereochem- 
istry of certain substituted phenylpyrroles. 

In Classics 

Ruth Calista French, A.B., Carroll College, 1928. The Greek versions of 
Jerome's Vita Sancti Hilarionis. 

Harriet Clara Jameson, A.B., Wheaton College, 1931 ; A.M., 1932. The manu- 
script tradition of Jerome's Vita Sancti Malchi. 

Richmond Alexander Lattimore, A.B., Dartmouth College, 1926; A.M., 1927. 
Themes in Greek and Latin epitaphs. 

In Economics 

Cllve Fleeming Dunham, B.S., M.S., 1929, 1931. Secondary reserves of United 

States industrial corporations. 
Fred Mitchell Jones, B.S., M.S., 1927, 1930. Middlemen in the domestic trade 

of the United States, 1800-1860. 

35 



36 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

Severin Peter Langhoff, Jr., B.S., M.S., 1931, 1932. Organization and price 
control of electricity supply in greater London. 

Rexford Clark Parmelee, B.S., AI.S., 1930, 1931. The position of the invest- 
ment trust in the exportation of capital. 

Raymond Frank Smith, A.B., Miami University, 1927; M.S., 1929. Recent 
changes in employment, wages, production, and profits in consumers' and 
producers' goods industries. 

In Engineering 

Frederic Theodore Mavis, B.S., M.S., C.E., 1922, 1926, 1932. An investigation 
of the transportation of bed load by flowing water. 

In English 

Walter Francis Wright, B.S., Miami University, 1930; A.M., 1932. Sensibility 
in English prose fiction, 1 760-1814: a reinterpretation. 

In Entomology 

Lee Hill Townsend, B.S., University of Virginia, 1925 ; M.S., 1932. The com- 
parative external anatomy of adult North American Neuroptera. 

In Geology 

William Wray Love, A.B., M.S., 1928, 1929. A contribution to the theory of oil 
accumulation. 

In German 

Fred Genschmer, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1928; A.M., University of Wiscon- 
sin, 1929. The treatment of the social classes in the satires of Brant, Mur- 
ner, and Fischart. 

In History 

John Wesley Heaton, A.B., Baker University, 1915; A.M., University of Chi- 
cago, 1923. Mob violence in the late Roman Republic, 133-49 B.C. 

Harold Michael Tolo, B.S., Luther College, 1921 ; A.M., University of Min- 
nesota, 1926. Great Britain and the Zollverein (1833-1841). 

Almon Robert Wright, Ph.B., Denison University, 1926; A.M., Harvard Uni- 
versity, 1928. Church and state in the provinces of La Plata to 1861. 

In Horticulture 
Kenneth John Kadow, B.S., M.S., Washington State College, 1930, 1932. Zinc 
sulfate as a fungicide and bactericide, together with its effect on peach 
growth and on peach spray injury. 

In Mathematics 

Brent Gillespie Clark, A.B., B.E., Vanderbilt University, 1921, 1926; KM., 
University of Alabama, 1931. The configuration of six points of the plane. 

Emory Earl Walden, A.B., Hendrix College, 1922; A.M., University of Colo- 
rado, 1925. Algebraic surfaces invariant under the symmetric G120, with 
special reference to quintics and sextics. 

In Political Science 

Max Murphy Sappenfield, A.B., A.M., Indiana University, 1930, 1932. Finan- 
cial administration in the States of Illinois, Ohio, and Indiana. 

In Scandinavian 

Walter Gilbert Johnson, A.B., Augsburg College, 1927; A.M., University of 
Minnesota, 1929. James Thomson's influence on Swedish literature in the 
eighteenth century. 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 37 

In Zoology 

Paul Chester Beaver, A.B., Wabash College, 1928; M.S., 1929. Experimental 
studies oh Echinostoma revolution (Froelich), a fluke from birds and 
mammals. 

Harry Jackson Bennett, B.S., Louisiana State University, 1926; M.S., 1928. 
The life history of Cotylophoron cotylophorum, a trematode from rumi- 
nants. 

Ray Janney Nichols, A.B., Alississippi College, 1926. Studies on the mouth 
parts of larval Anura. 



The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Botany 

Nelle Field Cooke, B.S., 1929 (August) 

In Chemistry 

Gordon Dale Hiatt, A B., DePauw University, 1933 (August) 
Leone Anne Ruberg, A.B., Law^rence College, 1930 (October) 
Ralph Louis Seifert, A.B., Evansville College, 1934 (February) 
Fred Hugh Snyder, A.B., DePauw University, 1933 (August) 

In Classics 

Sister '\1.\ry Ernestine Cronin, O.P., A.B., Canisius College, 1*925 (October) 
Kathryn Frances Killian, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1928 

(October) 
Ethelyn Louise Kirk, A.B., North Central College, 1926 (February) 
Sister ^L\ry Aurelia Marshall, O.P., A.B., DePaul University, 1928 (October) 
Rhoda Jane Zachary, A.B., John B. Stetson University, 1929 (February) 

In Economics 

John Casimir Cholewa, B.S., Loyola University, 1933 (October) 
Alma La Verne Denton, A.B., Greenville College, 1925 (October) 
William Joseph Schlatter, A.B., 1933 (October) 

In Education 

Harvey J. Albrecht, B.S., Northwestern University, 1929 (October) 

Lloyd Cicero Wallace Alison, A.B., 1923 (August) 

Leslie Ward Carson, A.B., Franklin College, 1920 (October) 

George Franklin Coriell, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1927 (August) 

Raiman Wilson Da.mron, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1931 (October) 
Ralph Talbot Decker, B.S., 1924 (August) 
Hugh Armstrong Dollahan, A.B., 1926 (October) 
^Mildred Dorothy Fleming, A.B., 1922 (February) 
Haldon Verne Foltz, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1932 

(October) 
Elbert Fulkerson, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1926 

(October) 
Arthur Ray Grismer, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1929 (October) 
Benjamin Grote, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1928 (October) 
Sister Mary Isabelle Gunning, A.B., DePaul University, 1928 (August) 
Louise Elizabeth Hager, A.B., Indiana State Teachers College, 1916 (October) 
Ernest Lynn Hill, A.B., James Millikin University, 1927 (October) 
Ruth Charlotte Huggins, A.B., Knox College, 1930 (October) 
Edward Miron Jasper, B.S., 191 1 (August) 
Herrin Egbert Jones, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1929 

(August) 



38 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

Katherine Comyn Koch, Ph.B., Shurtleff College, 1922; B.S., 1924 (August) 

Perry Waldo McAllister, A.B., DePauw University, 1916 (August) 

Clark Wright McDermith, A.B., Illinois College, 1929 (August) 

Jewell Aubrey Mann, A.B., Evansville College, 1928 (August) 

Andrew Edward Meurlot, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1929 

(August) 
Harris Morton Robertson, B.S., Illinois College, 1925 (October) 
Margaret Elizabeth Rourke, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1919 (August) 
John Philip Sabo, Jr., B.S., 1922 (October) 
BuREN Huff Smith, A.B., Wabash College, 1922 (October) 
Louise Taylor, A.B., 1926 (October) 

Paul Wilson Thomas, A.B., Indiana University, 1921 (August) 
Sister Mary Madelina Thornton, B.V.M., A.B., Clarke College, 1928 (August) 
Mary Veronica Trout, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1925 (August) 
Russell Brough Troxel, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1923 (August) 
Dorothy Mary Washburn, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1925 (August) 

In English 

LiLLiE Lucile Barnes, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1929 (February) 
Margaret Pearl Broderick, A.B., Webster College, 1928 (October) 
Roland Crozier Burton, B.S., 1930 (October) 
Mildred Lorraine Cox, A.B., 1932 (October) 

Ross Lloyd Crigler, B.S., Central Missouri State Teachers College, 1926 (Oc- 
tober) 
Aneita Emaline Hill, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1930 (October) 
Leo Hughes, A.B., 1933 (October) 
Margaret Kertes, A.B., 1930 (October) 

Adelia Carolyn Metzger, A.B., James Millikin University, 1926 (October) 
Rose Pauline Samuell, A.B., 1931 (October) 
Beatrice Lucille Scotland, B.S., 1933 (October) 
Charles Harlen Shattuck, A.B., 1932 (October) 
Jane Marie Smith, A.B., 1932 (October) 
Eloise Burnap Swain, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1933 (February) 

In Entomology 
Barnard deWitt Burks, A.B., 1933 (October) 

In German 

Emil Maximilian Mortel, A.B., 1933 (February) . 

Louise Schimpf, A.B., 1933 (October) 

Eunice Valeria Teele, A.B., MacMurray College, 1932 (October) 

In History 

David Axelrod, B.S., 1933 (August) 

Mary Georgia Blaeuer, B.S., 1930 (August) 

Elliot Cassidy, A.B., 1934 (February) 

Raymond John Froehlich, A.B., B.S., 1931, 1934 (August) 

William Lang Goodwin, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1929 (August) 

Esther Vivian Hill, A.B., Milton College, 1925 ; A.B., 1934 (August) 

Edith Rosamond Lightle, A.B., Asbury College, 1923 (October) 

Helen Louise Merz, A.B., 1924 (October) 

Minnie Niess, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1920 (August) 

Nell Griswold Oppitz, A.B., National Normal University, 1907 (August) 

Ruth Eby Pierce, A.B., 1932 (October) 

William Frederick John Schulz, A.B., 1933 (August) 

Eva Loreen Scranton, A.B., 1931 (October) 

Mary Burford West, A.B., Missouri Valley College, 1925 (October) 



Dcfirccs Conferred Since Last Commencement 39 

In Library Science 

Esther Ellen Kleist, A.B., University of Minnesota, 1918; B.S.(Lib.), 1932 
(February) 

In Mathematics 

Pauline Beatty, B.S., 1928 (October) 

Virgil George Bretthauer, A.B., Illinois College, 1929 (October) 

Daltye ]Martha Cleveland, A.B., Alurray State Teachers College, 1933 (Oc- 
tober) 

CoRNisE Maude Denise, A.B., 1928 (October) 

Verda Marion Lewis, A.B., Allegheny College, 1928 (August) 

Florence Annette Munson, A.B., 1929 (August) 

Richard Elvis Watson, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 
(February) 

In Philosophy 

John Wilson Lewis, A.B., 1931 (February) 
Richard Allen Stice, A.B., 1933 (August) 

In Physics 

Haldon Arthur Leedy, A.B., North Central College, 1933 (February) 
Merrill Thomas Muzzey, A.B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1927 (October) 
Harvey Albert Schultz, A.B., North Central College, 1933 (February) 

In Political Science 

Robert Wallace Rafuse, A.B., Colgate University, 1934 (February) 

Alvin Miner Randles, B.S., 1932 (October) 

Archie Lawrence Reed, A.B., Eureka College, 1928 (October) 

In Psychology 

John Turner Caldwell, A.B., 1930 (October) 

James Milton Richey, A.B., James Millikin University, 1929 (October) 

In Romance Languages 

NoRVAL Palmer Barksdale, A.B., University of Kansas, 1922 (October) 
Helen Grace Hoar, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1927 (August) 
Sister Mary Benoit Holahan, A.B., A.M., Loyola University, 1919, 1924 (Oc- 
tober) 
Georgie Campbell Lingle, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1929 (October) 
Alexander Osborne ^Macreff, A.B., 1933 (February) 

Sister Mary Fabian Moore, A.B., Catholic University of America, 1922 (Oc- 
tober) 
RowENA Ahl Odenweller, A.B.,' Augustana College, 1933 (February) 
Beryl Iilene Schroeder, A.B., University of North Dakota, 1924 (February) 

In Sociology 

Victoria Jutelis, A.B., Illinois Woman's College, 1929 (August) 
Betty- Jane Kendall, B.S., 1933 (October) 

In Speech 
M.\RY J. Skidmore, A.B., Ottawa University, 1920 (February) 

In Zoology 

Lawrence Frederick Miller, A.B., 1933 (February) 

Emilie McDavid Rickey, A.B., James Millikin University, 1929 (August) 



40 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

The Degree of Master of Science 

In Accountancy 

Thomas Jacob Boyd, B.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1930 (August) 
Frank Higginbotham, B.S., 1930 (October) 
Mary Elizabeth Readey, B.S., 1933 (August) 

In Agricultural Economics 

Ward Curtis Cannon, B.S., 1922 (October) 
Austin Albert Claypool, B.S., 1929 (October) 
Walton Wood Rose, B.S., 1932 (October) 
Elmer Louis Sauer, B.S., 1931 (August) 

In Animal Husbandry 
Dewey Mason Turney, B.S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1930 (August) 

In Architectural Engineering 
James Elliott Branch, B.S., 1929 (October) 

In Bacteriology 

Jesse Ralph Brasmer, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1929 (October) 
Harold Lee Slichenmyer, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 
(August) 

In Botany 
Leonard Freeman Williams, B.S., 1932 (February) 

In Chemistry 

Max Ingersoll Bowman, A.B., DePauw University, 1932 (October) 

John William Carwell, A.B., Baker University, 1933 (October) 

Edmund John Colton, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1933 (August) 

Ralph Ellsworth Cramer, A.B., Simpson College, 1920 (February) 

Charles David Faulkner, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1929 (August) 
Dorothy Vivian Footitt, A.B., 1930 (October) 
Sydney William Frey, B.S., McKendree College, 1925 (October) 
Chalmer Andrew Gross, B.S., 1930 (October) 
William Henry Holst, A.B., 1923 (October) 
Pong Cheh Jen, B.S., National Central University, 1932; A.B., Southwestern 

College, 1933 (August) 
Frederick William Klayer, B.S., Monmouth College, 1933 (October) 
Robert William Krebs, B.S., 1933 (February) 
George Melvin Pohler, B.S., 1933 (August) 
Edward Clarence Price, B.S., Kansas State Teachers College (Emporia), 1928 

(October) 
Clarence Albert Stiegman, B.S., 1932 (August) 
Douglas Ryan Turner, B.S., 1931 (October) 

Irene Van Meter, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1926 (October) 
Robert Leon Walker, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1933 

(August) 

In Civil Engineering 

George Watson Bradshaw, B.S., C.E., University of Kansas, 1921, 1934 (Feb- 
ruary) 
Donald Kibler Harmeson, B.S., 1933 (October) 
William Albert Hasfurther, B.S., 1933 (October) 

In Dairy Husbandry 
George Leroy Gibson, B.S., Connecticut State College, 1933 (October) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 41 

In Economics 
Eli Winston Clemens, B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1930 (October) 

In Education 

Leslie Edward Adams, B.S., 1029 (October) 

Santiago del Castillo Apanay, B.S., 1934 (February) 

Merner Bennett Call, B.S., 1927 (October) 

Ralph Waldo Chenoweth, B.S., 1932 (February) 

Clarence Delmar Connaway, B.S., 1930 (August) 

Lamon Kendle Coons, B.S., 1930 (October) 

A'iRGiL Cleoh Dollahon, B.S.. 1930 (October) 

Robert Blissfield Eadie, B.S., 1930 (October) 

Emmett Nicholas Fisher, B.S., 1926 (October) 

Hazel Augusta Gordon, A.B., 1921 (August) 

Earl James Harrington, B.S., 1925 (October) 

Irvin Russel Hill, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1928 (August) 

Eva Adaline Howarth, B.S., 1930 (October) 

Harold Leslie Hunter, B.S., 1924 (August) 

Harlan Fletcher James, B.S., 1927 (February) 

Charles Delbert Kemp, B.S., 1920 (August) 

\'ernon Robert Kent, B.S., 1930 (October) 

Hugo Condrey Kibbie, B.S., Northwestern University, 1928 (October) 

Oliver Martin Langhorst, B.S., 1931 (August) 

Albert Frederick Laurence, B.S., 1911 (October) 

Cecil A. McCoy, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1923 (October) 

Leta McIlvain, B.S., 1923 (October) 

Vernon Leroy Replogle, B.S., 1929 (October) 

Lucille Nadine Ronalds, A.B., Mt. Holyoke College, 1926 (October) 

Bryan Waldo Smith, B.S., 1924 (October) 

John Arthur Torrens, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1924 

(October) 
Gilbert Rene Valbert, B.S., 1928 (October) 
Timothy Romeo Veal, B.S., 1932 (August) 
Alva Clinton Watson, B.S., 1924 (October) 
Mary Louise Wells, B.S., 1929 (August) 
Dwight York, B.S., 1928 (October) 

In Entomology 

Charles Chalmer Compton, B.S., Connecticut Agricultural College, 1921 (Oc- 
tober) 

In Home Economics 

Mary Holton, B.S., Kansas State College of Agriculture and Applied Science, 
1933 (October) 

In Horticulture 
Thomas Jay Douglass, B.S., 1922 (February) 

In Library Science 
Sylvia Coral Gilmore, A.B., Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1920; B.S.(Lib.), 
1930 (February) 

In Mathematics 

Russell Brown Cosner, B.S., Eureka College, 1925 (August) 

Wayne Franklin Eckley, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1927 (October) 

In Railway Mechanical Engineering 
John Spencer Ingles, B.S., 1933 (February) 



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Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 



In Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 

William Donald Boone, B.S., 1932 (October) 
Herbert Richard Lissner, B.S., 1930 (August) 

In Transportation 
Kelley Chen, B.S., Chiao-Tung University, 1930 (February) 

In Zoology 

Joseph William Galbreath, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1929 (August) 
Sister Stella Maria Hogan, R.S.AI., Ph.B., St. Xavier College, 1921 ; A.M., 

Catholic University of America, 1924 (August) 
Erma Louise Laning, B.S., 1933 (August) 
Arthur Cornelius Twomey, B.S., University of Alberta, 1933 (February) 



The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

The Degree of Bachelor of Arts 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Joseph Henry Belair (February) 
Hubert Edward Brogden (February) 
Phileta Elizabeth Burnham 

(October) 
Max Bussel, with Honors in Philoso- 
phy (August) 
John Anthony Cassin (February) 
Roger Whitney Coble (October) 
Luke Creel (October) 
Donald Rosevear Crocker (February) 
Robert Lovelock Delves (February) 
El WOOD Joseph Dempsey (October) 
Betty Denison, with Honors in Psy- 
chology (August) 
Gayle Ada Dennison (August) 
James Henry Dietrich (February) 
Josephine Dilley Donica (February) 
Raymond Burton DuVal, Jr. 

(February) 
Relfe Stanford Ehret (February) 
Virginia Burns Fishback (February) 
Catherine Vivian Herbert Fisher 

(October) 
Allen Fiske (February) 
Doris Donnabel Gilchrist (February) 
Jane Neuman Gingery (February) 
Felix Bruno Giovanelli, with High 

Honors in French (February) 
Harold Goldstein (August) 
Elisabeth Jones Gray (February) 
John Sheldon Grier (October) 
Albert Weston Hall (October) 
John Dean Handbury (October) 
Harry Tefft Harlow (October) 
Howard Conrad Hartman (October) 



Edith Lenora Haworth (August) 
Thomas Edward Hayden (August) 
Roy Landon Hilligoss (August) 
Dorothy Margaret Hollowell 

(August) 
Henry John Holverson, with Honors 

in English (August) 
Mary Williams Hoyne (October) 
Frances Mary Huff (October) 
Madison Hunt, with Honors in Chem- 
istry (August) 
John A^Tichael Jablonsky (August) 
Katherine Gladys Johnson Jackson 

(October) 
Lindsey Raymond Jeanblanc 

(February) 
Marvin Otto Jeck (October) 
James Winfi5;ld Karber (August) 
Lowell Kirkpatrick, with Honors in 

Economics (February) 
Olive Ann Kirkpatrick, with Honors 

in History (October) 
Marie Virginia Klapperich 

(February) 
John Donald Latta (February) 
Watson Freeman Lawton (August) 
Bolivar Smith McDougal (February) 
William Rozell McGlathery 

(February) 
Janet Adelaide Maltby, with Honors 

in French (October) 
Thomas Ignatius Megan (February) 
Francis Owen Neer (February) 
Margaret Bright Norris (October) 
Leo Joseph Novak (February) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 



43 



Charlotte Elizabeth O'Connor 

(October) 
Virginia Letitia Pettegrew 

(FebruarjO 
Doris Dammann Praeger (February) 
Kenneth Dale Raab (February) 
Charles C. Riedel (August) 
Arthur Charles Ropiequet 

(February) 
Edward Gatewood Sanderson 

(February) 
Palt. Satterfield (February) 
Ilda Jean Schafer, with Honors in 

English (February) 



LeRoy C. Smallenberger (February) 
Richard Herman Spitznas 

(February) 
James Phillip Sweeney (February) 
Albert Carter Tillman, Jr. 

(February) 
Helen Hafliger Waltmire (October) 
Homer Fauquier Weir, with Honors 

in Zoology (February) 
Richard Haven Wiley, with Honors 

in Chemistry (August) 
AIaurice Oliver Willman (February) 
Robert Wendell Young (February) 
Seymour Ziff (February) 



In Home Economics 



Alice Marian De Long (October) 



The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Robert H. Griffith, with High 

Honors in Chemistry (February) 
William Stokes McCabe (October) 
Paul Allen jMeglitsch, with High 
Honors in Zoology (February) 



John Patrick O'Brien (February) 
Stanley Thomas Schneider 
(February) 



In Chemical Engineering 

Paul Latrell Barrick, with High Fred Carville Hands (February) 

Honors (February) William Edmund Sinden (August) 

In Chemistry 
Edward Frederick Jochen (February) John Richard Schaeffer, with High 



Lloyd AL\rvin Joshel, with High 

Honors (February) 
Richard Anthony AIorrissey 

(February) 



Honors (February) 
Henry John Stoecker (February) 



The College of Commerce and Business 
Administration 



The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Accountancy 



Owen Dale Davidson (February) 
Marvine Pearl Do\'er (February) 
John Cooper Hogue (August) 
Donald Wright AIcConachie 

(October) 
Oliver Chauncey Miller, Jr. 

(February) 



Frank Paul Rauktis (August) 
AIerton Harvey Pattison Rodi 

(February) 
Charles Junior Slater (October) 
Herschel Francis Strickland 

(February) 
Robert Eugene Van Sickle (October) 



44 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

In Banking and Finance 

Harold Purvis Echternach (October) Harold Andrew Messing (February) 

Melvin Eugene Franks, with Honors George Charles Sekava (October) 

(February) Charles Campbell Wilson 
Howard Nelson Froyd (February) (February) 

Herbert Charles Gunner (February) 

In Commerce and Law 

Sam Bergman (February) Donald Hoy (February) 

John Curtis Ermentrout (October) Isadore Jay Mnookin (October) 

Francis Sibley Feiger (February) Robert Leland Tindall (October) 

In Commercial Teaching 
Dorothy Marie Wehling (August) 

In Foreign Commerce 
Harold Eugene Sturman (October) 

In General Business 

Reginald Stephen Altman (August) Charles Edmund Line (February) 

Frank Bonner Anderson (February) Janeva Longworth (October) 

Robert William Anderson (August) Charles Weyand McKown (October) 

Donn Davis Baer (August) Robert A. McNamara (February) 

Robert Todd Ball (August) John Leo McNeil (February) 

Willis McClain Bercaw (February) Paul Bryan Meyer (February) 

Wilbur William Bingaman Ralph Everett Muns (February) 

(February) Robert Anthony O'Malley 
Lawrence Theodore Chaouette (February) 

(February) Russell Burdette Paulson (October) 

Charles Wesley Grain (February) Hobart Luther Peer (February) 

Beatrice Lillian Fox (October) Harold Lee Ray (August) 

Leon Bernard Geithman (February) Arthur Edward Serwich (February) 

Abraham Gosenput (October) Orville Randall Snapp (August) 

Carlysle E. W. Hamilton (February) Harold Forrest Stolle (August) 

Clement Howard Ireland (October) William Ogden West (February) 

Cornelius Jackson (February) Harold Earl Wilson (August) 
William Webb Johnson (August) 



In Industrial Administration 

Frank Louis Koi 

(February) 
James Harris Lake (October) 



Roland George Ackman (October) Frank Louis Konopasek, Jr. 

Kenneth Page Cooper (August) (February) 



The College of Engineering 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Ceramic Engineering 

Raymond Kantor Erhardt George Joseph Fitzpatrick, Jr. 

(February) (October) 

In Civil Engineering 
John August Tschudy (October) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 45 

In Electrical Engineering 

Kester Tennery Benninger (October) Bertram Henry Winkler (October) 
Hiram Edwin Fite (October) 

In Engineering Physics 

Wendell Richard Kiltz, with Honors 
(February) 

In General Engineering 
Oliver Charles Parmely (February) Malcolm Keith Twichell (February) 

In Mechanical Engineering 

Paul Eugene Lorance Anderson William Howard Davis (October) 

(February) Ralph William Lazear, with Honors 

Clarence Frederick Bartelsmeyer (February) 

(October) George William Miles (February) 

John William Christner (February) Frederick August Schick (February) 

In Railway Civil Engineering 

George Westbrook Svoboda 
(February) 

In Railway Electrical Engineering 
Erhardt Julius Gardey (October) 



The College of Agriculture 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Agriculture 

James Harland Adams (October) Francis William Kittinger (October) 

Malcolm Dean Canterbury (October) Bernie Leroy McNabb (February) 

Fred Alexander Dahir (October) Halsey Lincoln Miles (February) 

John Marshall Fullington Warren Adam Mynard (February) 

(February) William Robert Peterson 
Luther Elmer Hamilton (February) (February) 

Edward Hickey (February) George Fisher Potter (February) 

Victor Charles Kallal, with Honors Lyle Eldred Snyder (February) 

(October) Clarence Herbert Tempel (February) 

In Home Economics 

Mary Eliza Heath (February) Beulah Frances Moore (October) 

Katherine Hortense Floyd (October) Evelyn Grace Weber (October) 



The College of Education 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Education 

Mary Biggar Alford (October) Lida Berline (October) 

Arthur John Anderson (February) Loraine John Bert (August). 
Irwin Barnofsky (February) Mary Helen Besore (October) 



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Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 



Edward Irving Boies (August) 
John Frawley Brown (August) 
Charles Samuel Campbell (October) 
Vera Louise Clark (February) 
Herbert L. Comstock (February) 
Claire Iona Cornick (February) 
NiCKOLAS Cost (Constantinou) 

(February) 
Charles Damit (October) 
Jesza Maurine Deppen (August) 
Leianna Devlin (October) 
John Emanuel Dillsaver (August) 
Amzi Theodore Epperson (February) 
Eugene Bryan Epperson (February) 
Genevieve Elizabeth Ford (October) 
Frances Ellen Forkner (August) 
Bradford Allan Foss (October) 
Clinton Carson Green (October) 
Florence Lillian Green (August) 
Ernest Mason Harshbarger 

(October) 
William Hartranft (October) 
Lonnie Lew Vene Holloway (August) 
Clyde Clure Hood (February) 
Lettie Edith Jones (October) 
Ruth Odette Jones (October) 
Hazel Esther Kellogg (August) 
Lester Joseph Kelly (October) 
Florence Goodrich Kerns (August) 
Arnold John Kiburz, Jr. (February) 
Freeman A. Koehler (August) 
Cecil Harold Lanham (February) 
Barbara Lapinski (February) 
Aaron Hawthorne Lauchner, with 

High Honors in Speech and High 

Honors in Education (October) 
James Lymperopoulos (October) 



Maurice Lester AIcCormack (August) 
Leo James Martin (October) 
I\Iildred Catherine AIorrison 

(February) 
AIary Adelia Nichols (October) 
Nina AIuriel Norton (August) 
Vivian Rose Nuess, with Honors in 

Mathematics (August) 
Esther Pauline O'Donnell (October) 
Mariano Raguro Palaroan (August) 
Carlotta Parron (February) 
Leona Junette Peile (February) 
Henry LaRue Pitts (August) 
Martha Lucile Porter (August) 
Jennie Eileen Powers (August) 
Luther Kenneth Rhoades (February) 
Helen Louise Roberts (February) 
Henrietta Jane Roberts (October) 
Lenore Scharschug (October) 
Glen wood Louis Schertz (August) 
Alice Jane Scott (October) 
Helen Marie Seelmayer (February) 
George Milton Shuman (October) 
Fayette Raphael Small (October) 
Hans B. Smedegaard (February) 
John Robert Taylor (February) 
Luther Allen Thomas (August) 
Grace Walker Tompkins (August) 
WiLLA Margaret Van Petten 

(October) 
Amelia Lorretta Vorndran (August) 
Homer AL^nvil Waddle (October) 
AL'^rcella Ursula Weclew 

(February) 
Jean Westwater (February) 
Leroy H. Wiley (February) 



In Home Economics Education 
Helen Marie Moye (August) 

In Industrial Education 
Primo Robert Borri (February) William Eugene Fleming (February) 

In Music Education 

Gale Kenith Blakeslee, as of 
February 6, 1932 (October) 



The College of Fine and Applied Arts 



The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Architectural Engineering 
Howard Chandler Blue (February) Euplio Richardi (February) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 47 

Ix Architecture 
Henry Victor Chescoe (August) Joseph Stein (October) 

Jedd Stow Reisner (October) Hugo Lopez Videla (October) 

In Public School Music 
Marian Svrlinga (October) Byron B. Wyman (August) 

The Degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts 

In Painting 
Betty Ross (October) Charlotte June Slane (August) 



The College of Law 

The Degree of Bachelor of Laws 

Alfred William Borg, Jr., A.B., 1932 Lester Morton Huffman, A.B., 

(February) University of Iowa, 1925 (August) 

Robert Austin Coney, A.B., Bradley George Walter Schwaner, Jr., B.S.L., 

Polytechnic Institute, 1930 Northwestern University, 1932 

(August) (August) 

Leonard Julian Hertzberg, A.B., 1933 Russell Marvin Striplin, A.B., 1932 

(February) (October) 

Charles Hillerby Hopper, A.B., Gerald Lorraine Sweat, A.B., Knox 

Illinois College, 1932 (February) College, 1932 (February) 



The Degree of Doctor of Law 

John ^\llen Appleman, A.B., 1933 
(February) 



The School of Journalism 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Journalism 

Margaret Priscilla Adams (October) Marian Eileen Heniken (October) 

Haviland Arthur Connolly Garry Haase Homann (February) 

(February) May Victoria Lantz (February) 

David Ehrnstein (February) Richard Carl Ross (February) 



The School of Physical Education 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Physical Education 
Carolyn Addie Jackson (February) 



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Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 



The Library School 
The Degree of Bachelor of Science in Library Science 



Elsie Eleanor Booth (August) 



Sister Mary Gregoriana Truszka, 
A.B., DePaul University, 1932 
(October) 



The College of Medicine 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science in Medicine 



Herbert Jack Apfelberg (October) 
Meyer Backer (October) 
Samuel Mitchell Bluefarb 

(February) 
Meyer Merle Cutler (February) 
Maurice Graziano Farinacci 

(October) 
Joseph H. Filip (October) 
Jack Finkelstein (October) 
Eugene Warren Gessler (February) 
Jacob Grossblatt ("October) 
"Friedy Heisler (February) 
Nathan Leonard Hoffenberg 

(February) 



Henry Sargent Howard (February) 
Ernest Arthur Kahn (February) 
Philip Rankin Latta (October) 
Harold Marks (October) 
Samuel Nieder (February) 
Fred August Quenzer (February) 
Samuel S. Reinglass (February) 
Frederick Jasper Ricketts 

(February) 
Louis Schlan (October) 
David William Steinberg (October) 
John Richard Taylor (February) 



The Certificate in Medicine 



Glenn C. Andersen, B.S. (July i, 

1934) 
Chester Dale Bradley (June 22, 

1934) 
Maurice Graziano Farinacci, B.S. 

(February i, 1935) 
William Hoffstadter, B.S. (October 

I, 1934) 



Ralph Eugene Rosen, B.S. (September 

15, 1934) 
Ralph Millard Seaton (December i, 

1934) 
Leroy Thomas Telford (February 6, 

1935) 



The Degree of Doctor of Medicine 

Cyril Jacob Anslinger, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Bruce Ned Balding, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Michael Ballin, B.S. (December 31, 1934) 

Lester Sidney Baskin, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Paul Barnabus Bauer (July i, 1934) 

Maurice Loren Becker, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Robert Edward Bedard, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Arthur Bernstein, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Harold Carroll Bernstein, B.S. (December 31, 1934) 

Samliel Leonard Bernstein, B.S. (July 12, 1934) 

Harry S. Bezman, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Alexander Oscar Birgerson, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Ellis Bonnell, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Charles Elmer Branch, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Harry Brodsky (July i, 1934) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 49 

George Freeman Brooks (July i, 1934) 

Donald Dinsmore Burroughs, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Morris Buyer (June 17, 1934) 

Harold Jesse Cawthorne, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Bernard Victor Chern, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

William Arnold Christian, Jr., B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Francis Anthony Cirrincione, B.S. (June 10, 1934) 

Jacob Cohen, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Melvin Russell Cohen, B.S., M.S. (July i, 1934) 

Robert Bruce Collins, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Oscar Howard Comess (July i, 1934) 

James Oliver Conlkin, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Harry Cooper, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Clarence Stephen Costigan, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Albert Donald Coyne, B.S. (December 31, 1934) 

Fred Louis Darnall (July i, 1934) 

Casimir Demski, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Helen Octavia Dickens, B.S. (June 15, 1934) 

Clyde Allan Dickinson (July i, 1934) 

Max M. Dunn, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Milton Arnold Dushkin, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Claude Irving Ellis, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

James Caleb Ellis, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Harlan English, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Frank Joseph Fara, Jr., B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Leland Kenneth Farlander (July i, 1934) 

Emanuel J. Feinhandler, B.S. (September 30, 1934) 

Nathan S. Fox (August i, 1934) 

Anthony Francona, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Ralph Waldo Freeman, B.S. (June 20, 1934) 

Seeley B. Furby (July i, 1934) 

Samuel Sigmund Gilbert, B.S. (December 31, 1934) 

Abraham Mitchell Gottlieb, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Jacob D. Gottlieb, B.S. (October 5, 1934) 

Bernard Louis Greene, B.S. (October 7, 1934) 

Nathan Richard Gusinow, B.S. (July 10, 1934) 

Carl Julius Gustafson, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Wesley Axel Gustafson (July i, 1934) 

Deloss Reed Hanley, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

James Frank Harris (July i, 1934) 

Lewis Michael Helfer (July i, 1934) 

Clifford Alva Hendricks (July i, 1934) 

Zelma Lamb Herndon, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Ross Edward Herrmann, B.S. (September 30, 1934) 

Sam Holtzmann, B.S. (December 26, 1934) 

Joseph Louis Hrdina (July i, 1934) 

Nathan G. Ingber, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

William Francis Jacobs, A.B., B.S. (December 31, 1934) 

Eric Gunnar Johnson, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Stephen Patrick Johnson, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Victor Herbert Karpass, B.S. (February 4, 1935) 

Cletus Timothy Kearney, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

George Thomas Kersey (September 30, 1934) 

Maltjice Klotz, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Sidney Deutsch Klow (June 15, 1934) 

Louis Joseph Knapp, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

David Sydney Koransky, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Julius Maurice Krevitt, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Jack Kruglick, B.S. (September 30, 1934) 

Leo Carroll Larkin (December 31, 1934) 

Homer Lee Lawder, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Samuel O. Levin (July i, 1934) 



50 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

Albert Joseph Levine, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Jacob Levy, B.S. (July i, i934) 

Elbert Kenneth Lewis, B.S. (June 15, 1934) 

Samuel J. Lipnitzky (October 21, 1934) 

Morris Lester Lipstein (July i, 1934) 

Julius Lustig, B.S. (December 31, 1934) 

Robert McCune, Jr., B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Bernard Edward Malstrom (July i, 1934) 

Samuel Manelis, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Meyer B. Marks, B.S. (December 31, 1934) 

Loms Philip Matthei, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Isadore Meyers, B.S. (October 31, 1934) 

Harry Dudley Miller, Jr., B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Howard Russell Miller, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Irving Mishkin, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Ira Telford Moore (July i, 1934) 

Theodore C. Mouzakeotis, B.S. (February 4, 1935) 

Philip Howard Narodick, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Gus Warlick Neece (July i, 1934) 

Albert Nehf, B.S. (September 30, 1934) 

Eugene Madison Parker (July i, 1934) 

Joseph Aloysius Patka, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Samuel Arthur Purves (July i, 1934) 

Reino Hendrick Puumala, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

David Benjamin Radner, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

William John Reed, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Sol Rome, B.S. (December 31, 1934) 

Fred John Roos (July i, 1934) 

Gabriel Rose, B.S. (June 10, 1934) 

Abraham Boris Schubert (July i, 1934) 

Irving Schuman, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

WiLLARD Edwin Shinglman, B.S. (December 31, 1934) 

Herman Mayes Schwerer (July i, 1934) 

Norman Silverstein, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

William Robert Sladek, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Gilbert Elden Smith (July i, 1934) 

Robert Archie Smith, B.S. (June 10, 1934) 

Ralph Edgerton Speer (July i, 1934) 

Maurice Stamler, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Edward Joseph Steiner, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Joseph B. Teton, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Paul Gustav Thode, B.S. (December 31, 1934) 

Samuel Julius Turner, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Frank Edward Urbanek, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Harry Fleming Vail, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Albert Joseph Vesely (July i, 1934) 

Harry Charles Vesely (July i, 1934) 

Frank Burkhart Voris, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Maxwell Nathan Wacker, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Irwin Jerome Waldman, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Joseph Monroe Walker, Jr., B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Margaret Wallace, B.S. (June 25, 1934) 

James Alexander Weatherly (July i, 1934) 

Arthur Rudolph Weihe, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

William Weisdorf, B.S. (September 30, 1934) 

Morris Weiss (July i, 1934) 

Jack Worthington Welty, B.S., M.S. (July i, 1934) 

Ernest William Werbel, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Solomon Carl Werch, B.S. (December 31, 1934) 

Richard Elroy Westland, B.S. (July i, 1934) 

Ernest Bernard Williams, B.S. (July i, 1934) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 51 

James Alfred Winsberg, B.S. (July i, 1934) 
Albyn Garrett Wolfe, A.B., B.S. (July i, 1934) 
Joseph Alfonso Zalar, B.S. (July i, 1934) 
Irving Ziedman, A.B., B.S. (December 31, 19,^4) 
Lazar Eli Zimmerman, B.S. (June 15, 1934) 
Allan Joseph Zimring, B.S. (December 31, 1934) 
Nathan Zolt, B.S. (December 31, 1934) 



The College of Dentistry 
The Degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery 

Irwin Schwartz (October) Victor Wittert (October) 

The College of Pharmacy 

The Degree of Pharmaceutical Chemist 

Hyman Africk (February) Arthur Leonard Lampert (February) 

Leonard Denenholz (February) Louis Lerner (February) 

Maria Raphaella DiGilio (February) Edward Victor Lesinski (February) 

]Max Drexler (February) Edward Joseph McKenna (February) 

Sam Drexler (February) Benjamin Frank Madaj (February) 

Joseph James Flanagan (February) Thaddeus Victor Niemiec (October) 

Henry Gardner (February) Salvatore Perrelli (February) 

Aaron Archie Goldin (February) James Charles Raispis (February) 

Robert William Hoft (February) Leon Zee Seltzer (February) 

John S. Jankowski (February) Dominick Peter Serpigo (February) 

Edward Abraham Karsa (February) Nathan Stein (February) 

T.a.lmage Wilfred Kisner (February) Joseph Francis Valvoda, Jr. 
Joseph Klima (February) (February) 

David Kukee (February) Melvin Witkin (February) 



The Graduate School 

(DEGREES CONFERRED IN CHICAGO) 

The Degree of Master of Science 

In Dental Pathology and Therapeutics 
Joseph Leroy Bernier, D.D.S., 1932 (October) 

In Oral Surgery 
John B. Erich, B.S., AI.D., D.D.S., 1929, 1932, 1933 (February) 

In Orthodontia 

Fred James Angel, D.D.S., University of Southern California, 1933 (February) 
Arthur Bedward Lewis, D.D.S., Ohio State University, 1933 (February) 
George Hanna Prewitt, B.S., University of Kentucky, 1930; D.D.S., Univer- 
sity of Louisville, 1933 (February) 



52 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

Henry Arnold Sturman, D.D.S., 1922 (February) 

Frank Blaine Truesdell, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1931 ; D.D.S., 1934 
(February) 

In Physiology 
Milton Arnold Dushkin, B.S., M.D., 1931, 1934 (February) 

In Psychology 
Thelma Ethelda Grubb Brown, B.S., Ohio State University, 1930 (February) 



Commissions Presented May 23, 1935 

Second Lieutenants, Officers' Reserve Corps, United States Army, 
and Brevet Captains, Illinois National Guard 



John Woodrovv Acker, Jr. 
Harvey Heath Acton 
Glenn Charles Ames 
Charles Riley Barrick 
Parker Reynolds Beamer 
Alfred Arthur Beck 
Louis Ernest Beckman, Jr. 
Charles Theodore Black 
Andrew Peter Boehmer 
Robert Baumann Borchers 
Harold Alton Brader 
Lowell Jesse Capoot 
Merle H. Chamberlin 
Robert Fred Christensen 
Edward Thomas Clark 
Harry Garrett Clay 
Richard Cary Coddington 
Harry Lynn Coonradt 
Charles Kenneth Cooper 
Morgan Bennett Corlew* 
John William Cotter 
Guilford Henry Couchman 
Frederick Sherwood Crook 
}^L\urice Edward Dahmus 
Julian Laverne Dodge 
Rupert Francis Dunham* 
Edward John Dunphy 
Robert William Eichenberger 
Robert Childs Evans 
Harry Gordon Faulkner 
Paul Przemyslaw Ficnerski 
Vernon Andrew Forsberg 
LoREN Scott Eraser 
Dale Henry Fulton 
George Robert Gauen 
John Franklin Gough 
George Mark Harding, Jr. 
Arthur Brandt Henning 
Wilfred Frederick Hoelscher 
Emil Robert Howald 
Francis Robinson Inskip 
George Auson Johnson 
^La.ck Cletus Jones 
Bruce Adams King, Jr. 
David Easton Kirkpatrick 
Kermit Earl Kline 
Edwin Marques LaBaw 
William James Littell 
James Abraham Lorenz 
Roland Otto Luetzelschwab 
John Silas McCannon 
Lewis Sheppard McClure* 
James Alvah ^McHard 
Stanley Christopher Mader 
James Hewitt Mansfield 



Raymond Woodrow Mason 
Bernard George Maxwell 
Clifford Nicholas Melzer 
Frank Richard Mercer 
Joseph Anthony Miksak 
Newlin Dolbey Morgan, Jr. 
Frank McArthur AIorrow 
Wallace Mulberry Mulliken 
Joseph Lawrence Murphy 
Arthur Ray Nash 
Elmer Dee Noren 
Gilbert Ernest Oleson 
Edmond S. Peracchio 
George Busch Phelps 
Albert Chadwick Pierson 
Leo Everett Pigg 
Edward John Piwinski* 
Joseph Otto Pokorny* 
Walter A. Pyhrr 
Clifford Fred Ransom 
Owen Jordan Reamer 
Robert Lee Redfern 
Roger Earl Reeder 
Edmund August Rehwald 
Samuel Charles Roberts 
Karl Vincent Rohlen 
William Alex Ropa 
Jerry Emil Rouse 
Ansel Willis Rumble 
Julian Gilbert Ryan 
Frederick Warren Salisbltry 
Walter Phill Schindel 
William Peter Schmitz 
Claude Leslie Sekefeld 
William Basil Sharav 
Robert Russell Sherrill 
Harold Meyer Simon 
Harold Alvin Smith 
Kenneth Alan Smith 
William Henry Solger 
John Robert Sommer 
William Randolph Staggs 
Carl Luther Stevenson 
Noel Benjamin Summers 
Ray Holt Teal 
James John Theodore* 
James Charles Tourek 
Richard Donald Turner 
Vincent John Van Meter 
Lloyd Jordan Waldron 
Russell James Whyte* 
Norman Burns Wilson 
John Beadles Wright 
Wilbur AIason Young 
Herbert Carl Zilly 



'Commissions as Lieutenants in the Officers' Reserve Corps presented in February, 1935. 



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Commissions Presented May 2^, 1935 



Second Lieutenants, Officers' Reserve Corps, United States Army 



Pliny Arnold Adams 
Edward William Anger, Jr. 
Kenneth Dillon Bailey 
David Hunter Blair 
James Lawrence Brierton 
Melville Leroy Combs 
James Henry Coulter, Jr. 
John Chauncey DeWolf, Jr. 
Frederick Charles Doepke 
Charles Lyman Ellis, Jr. 
Louis Henry Goebel 
Marvin C. Greer 
Stanley Harold Griffin 
James Owen Harris 
Edward Joseph Jasinski 
John Caleb Kriegsman 
William Francis Landborg 
Robert Hermann Lehmpuhl 
Elbert Hillis Loyd, Jr. 
Willis Bert Lynch 



Seaton Franswell McDaniel 
Wilbur Lloyd McNeil 
Grant Allan Mickelson 
Russell Harrison Miller 
Rexford Newcomb, Jr. 
Arthur Albert Parquette 
George Wiles Pervier 
Clarence Robert Plankenhorn 
Robert Beauman Porter 
Charles Uri Prout 
Eugene Corley Robertson 
Alfred Charles F. Scherer 
James Charles Skorcz 
Donald William Staehlin 
John Arnold Stratton 
James Austin Thetford 
Elmo Arthur Travis 
Alfonso Veterane, Jr. 
Henry Wiederhold 



Prizes and Awards 

Colleges and Schools at Urbana 



Allerton American Traveling 
Scholarships in Architecture 
Tom D. Danahv 
Arthur Richard Williams 

Alpha Chi Sigma Plaque in 
Chemistry 

William Bertan Katz 
Allan Kenneth Schneider 
William Marion Spurgeon 

Alpha Rho Chi Medal in 
Architecture 
Dean Farr.ar Hilfinger 

Alpha Zeta Cup in Agriculture 
Ronald Thomas Ranson 

American Institute of Architects 
Medal 

Savo Milan Stoshitch, First 
William Hadley Buchholz, Second 

American Legion Medals to 
Sophomores in Military 
Science 

James Collins Bagg, Cavalry 
Kenneth AIurphy Berninger, Coast 

Artillery Corps 
Raymond Charles Purl, Engineers 
Harold Winther Busch, Field 

Artillery 
Paul Henry Fackler, Infantry 
Louis Henry Gaefke, Signal Corps 

American Society of Civil 
Engineers Awards 

Central Illinois Section: 
Walter Melvin Enger 
Albert ^IacCullough Levy 
Gordon Joseph Lindl 

Illinois Section: 
Eir.iL Ralph Fadum 

Baker Prizes in Civil Engineering 
W^ALTER Melvin Enger, First 
EiGiL Ralph Fadum, Second 

Beta Gamma Sigma Prize in 
Commerce 
Ralph Edward Suddes 



Bryan Prize 
Kenneth L. Trefftzs 

Cavalry Medal 
George Herbert Zink 

Thomas Arkle Clark (Phi Eta 
Sigma) Scholarship Prize 
Ronald Thomas Ranson 

Delta Theta Epsilon Trophy in 
Physical Education 
John Abraham Fischer 

English Poetry Prize 

Cecile Fern Rosenthall 

Field Artillery Trophies (Connor 
Cups) 

George Sterba, Freshman 

Millard Eugene Castle, Sophomore 

Gale Benton Aydelotte, Jtmior 

Foundation for Architecture and 
Landscape Architecture 
Architecture: 
William Hadley Buchholz 

Landscape Architecture: 
William Alfred Dean 
Eldridge Hirst Lovelace 

Gamma Sigma Delta Prize in 
Agriculture 

Berryman Richards Hurt 

Harker Prizes in Law 

Abe Lawrence Hoffman (Senior, 

1934) 
Robert Vance Faragher (Junior, 

1924) 

Hazelton Medal in Military 
Science 
Kenneth Carl Anderson 

Intercollegiate Conference Medal 
for Excellence in Scholarship 
and Athletics 
Irving Roe Seely 



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Prises and Awards 



Iota Sigma Pi Prize in Chemistry 
Helen King 

Italian Government Awards 
Felix Bruno Giovanelli 
Thomas A. Micali 

Kate Neal Kinley Memorial Fel- 
lowship in the Fine Arts 

Evelyn Gladys Swarthout, B.AI., 
University of Kansas, 1932 

Mu Kappa Alpha Cup in Music 
Doris Evangeline Vance 

Omega Beta Pi Prize in 

Pre-Medical Work 
Richard Allyn 

Pershing Rifles Medals 
Frank Anton Kveton 
Robert Paul Ream 

Phalanx Awards to Freshmen in 
Military Science 

Francis Howard Bach man, Coast 

Artillery 
Marvin Carmack, Signal Corps 
Richard B. Fay, Field Artillery 
Harvey Reed Eraser, Infantry 
Harold Everett Goeke, Engineers 
Thomas Lee Ridge, Cavalry 

Phi Beta Kappa Prize 

Jay Benjamin Lieberman 

Phi Kappa Phi Graduate 
Scholarship 
Willard Leland Eckhardt 

Pi Alpha Xi Shield in Floriculture 
Eleanor Dolch 

Plym Fellowship in Architecture 
William Vernon Reed, B.S., 1930 

Plym Prizes in Architectural 
Engineering 

William Thomas Blann 
Howard Masayuki Kubota 
Francis Martin Baron 

Plym Prize for Sketch Problems 
Tom D. Danahy 

Plym Prize for Summer Sketches 
Carl Robert Gairing 



Ricker Prize in the History of 
Architecture 

Arthur Richard Williams, First 

Tom D. Danahy, Second 

John Sutherland Winbigler, Third 

Ryerson Traveling Fellowship in 
Architecture 
William Hadley Buchholz 

Ryerson Traveling Fellowship in 
Landscape Architecture 
William Alfred Dean 

Scarab Medal in Architecture 
Joseph Henry Crammer 

Scarab Medal in Architectural 
Engineering 

Walter Leslie Weaver 

Scarab Medal in Landscape 
Architecture 
George Edward Treichel 

Sigma Delta Chi Scroll and Key 
for Seniors in Journalism 

June Elizabeth Parsons 
William Harvey Judy 
Joseph Higgs Summers 
Walter Raymond Bates 
Harry Leonard Frederick 
John Louis Strohm 
Harold Gustave Roettger 
Ruth Gilbert McClain 
Phyllis Elaine Gray 

Sigma Delta Kappa Cup in Law 

Wayne Thurlow Lewis 

Signal Corps Medals and Insignia 

Stephen Swayze Doherty, Fresh- 

jnan 
Joseph John Martin, Sophomore 
Paul Henry Lanphier, Junior 

Thrift Essay Prize 
Kenneth Lev/is Trefftzs 

University Gold Medal in Military 
Science 

Harold Winther Busch, First 
Frederich Jack Foersterling, 
Second 

University Landscape Architec- 
ture Society Prize 
Eldridge Hirst Lovelace 



Prises and Awards 



57 



Colleges in Chicago 



Alpha Omega Alpha ]\Iembership 
Awards in Medicine 

Nathan S. Deutsch 
Robert Fkiedenberg 
Abraham Gorday 
Milton E. Kurth 
William W. Lockwood 
John Parke 
Matthew Platt 
Herbert A. Schiller 
Frank J. Tesar 



Omicron Kappa Upsilon Awards 
in Dentistr}' 

John AIonroe Spence, B.S., 1933 
Paul Oscar Boyle, B.S., 1933 
Marshall Frederick Grunwald, 
B.S., 1933 

Lee M. Pedigo Prize in Materia 
Medica 

Harold Finkelstein 



Samuel L. Antonow Prize in 
Pharmacy 
Sister Leonica Wirkus 



Alice E. Pelikan Prize in Materia 
Medica 

Charles Henrie Billups 



William Beaumont Prize in 
^Medicine 
Meyer B. ^Iarks 

Herm.an Elich Prize in Chemistry 
Edward Ernest Vicher 

William Gray Prize in Pharmacy 
Sister Getulia Honorowski 

Hodel-Saltiel-Hodel Prize in 
Pharmacy 
Ferdinand Benjamin Zienty 

Lambda Kappa Sigma Key in 
Pharmacy 
Vivian Stepek 



Rho Chi Membership Awards in 
Pharmacy 

Charles Henrie Billups 
Edward Ernest Vicher 
Ferdinand Benjamin Zienty 

Andrew Scherer Prize in Pharmacy 

Peery August Duderstadt 

Seminar Prize in Dentistry 

John Monroe Spence, First 
Paula Eisemann, Second 
Theodor Baum, Third 



Sigma Xi Prize in Medicine 
George Everett Gilman 



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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

JUN 8-1936 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 






Auld Lang Syne 

Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And never brought to mind? 

Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And days of auld lang syne? 

For auld lang syne, my dear, 
For auld lang syne ; 
We'll take a cup o' kindness yet, 
For auld lang syne. 



Order of Exercises 



Commencement Procession 
Prelude 

Grand Festival March (Centennial 1876) Wagner 

Introduction and Finale to a Symphonic Poem Richard Strauss 

UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 
Albert Austin Harding, Director 



Invocation 



The Reverend MELVILLE T. KENNEDY, A.M., D.D. 
First Congregational Church, Champaign 



Commencement Address 

Professor JAMES WILFORD GARNER, Ph.D., LL.D., Litt.D. 
Head of the Department of Political Science 



Interlude 

Wotan's Farewell from "Die Walkure" Wagner 

UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 

Conferring of Degrees 

ARTHUR CUTTS WILLARD, B.S., D.Eng., LL.D. 
President of the University 

SinsrinsT of "Auld Lansr Syne" 

THE LIBRARY OF THE 
THE AUDIENCE 

JUN 8-1936 
Benediction university of Illinois 

The Reverend Dr. KENNEDY 

Postlude 

Pomp and Circumstance March No. 4 Elgar 

UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 



Significance of Cap Tassel Colors 

Graduate School Black 

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences White 

College of Commerce and Business Administration Dark Gray 

College of Engineering Orange 

College of Agriculture Maize 

College of Education Blue 

College of Fine and Applied Arts Chocolate Brown 

College of Law Purple 

School of Journalism Black and White 

School of Physical Education Sage Green 

Library School Lemon Yellow 



Candidates for Degrees 

The Graduate School 

The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

In Bacteriology 
Sunshine E. Park, A.B., M.S., 1925, 1931. Studies on thermophilic bacteria. 

In Botany 

Henry Clyde Eyster, A.B., Bucknell University, 1932; A.M., 1934. The cause 

of decreased vitality of seeds soaked in water. 
Al.\n Stanley Peirce, A.B., M.S., 1932, 1933. Anatomical interrelationships of 

the Taxodiaceae and Cupressaceae. 

In Chemistry 

Lee Linsley Alexander, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1932; A.M., 1933. 
The reversible Friedel and Crafts reaction. 

MiLO Everett Bixler, A.B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1930; M.S., Iowa 
State College, 1933. Molecular ray studies on alkali halides in electric fields. 

Wesley Stuart Coe, B.S., Iowa Wesleyan College, 1933. I. X-ray tube for high 
intensity radiation. II. Photochemical reduction with X-rays and effects 
of addition agents. 

Fred Elmer Condo, B.S., M.S., 1931, 1933. I. Derivatives of tetrahydrodi- 
phenylene oxide. II. Addition of thioglycolic acid to nitriles. 

Thomas Galtnt Cooke, B.S., 1925. Electrolytic conductance in solid calcium 
fluoride. 

ScHEURiNG Session Fierke, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 
1932; M.S., 1933. The metabolism of creatine and the leucines. 

John Lukins Gring, B.S., M.S., 1932, 1933. Spectro-analytical contributions. 

James Kenneth Gunther, B.S., Knox College, 1932; M.S., Cornell University, 
1933- The quantitative nitrogen requirements of the animal organism. 

Evelyn Margaret Hancock, A.B., Duke University, 1930; A.M., 1933. Bio- 
chemical investigations involving certain essential amino acids. 

James Owen Hendricks, A.B., Wabash College, 1931. The ionization of salt 
molecules on hot surfaces. Potassium halides on tungsten. 

Gordon Dale Hiatt, A.B., DePauw University, 1933 ; A.M., 1934. Further ex- 
periments on the essential amino acids. 

Chi-Yi Hsing, B.S., Catholic University of Peking, 1933; M.S., Catholic Uni- 
versity of America, 1934. I. Relative rates of racemization of substituted 
diamides of 2,2'-dimethoxy-6,6'-dicarboxydiphenyl. II. Cyclic derivatives of 
9,10-phenanthrenequinone. 

Hugh Henry Hully, A.B., Simpson College, 1932; A.AI., 1933. Dihydro-1,4- 
pyrans. 

Robert Johnson, B.S., M.S., 1930, 1934. I. The action of hypoiodite on hindered 
ketones. II. The principle of vinylogy in the ketone series. 

Harold Garrett Kolloff, A.B., Kalamazoo College, 1933. The synthesis of 
substituted hydrophenanthrenes. 

Marlin Templeton Leffler, A.B., Miami University, 1932; A.M., 1933. I. Ami- 
nophenyl oxazolines and their physiological action. II. The preparation 
and study of deuterium compounds of the type: R1R2CHD. 

Rupert Clarke Morris, B.S., Mississippi State College, 1932. I. Some new 
barbituric acids. II. The structure of the oxidation products of vasicine. 
III. Some new reactions of gossypol. 

Dexter Harold Reynolds, A.B., University of Missouri, 1932; M.S., University 
of Arizona, 1933. The extension of improved X-ray diffraction technique to 
some complex industrial materials. 

John A. Schaad, B.S., 1931. X-Ray diffraction studies of collagen and gelatin. 



Candidates for Degrees, June 8, ipjd 



Leonard R. Scribner, A.B., A.M., Albion College, 1932, 1933. Observations of 

the rare earths: The quantitative estimation of some of the rare earth ores 

by means of their arc spectra. 
Albert F. Smith, B.S., Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1932. 

Studies on the structure of chitin. 
Meredith Pleasant Sparks, A.B., A.M., University of Indiana, 1927, 1928. 

Substituted 2-phenyloxazoles and 2-phenyloxazolines. 

In Classics 

Lloyd William Daly, A.B., Knox College, 1932; A.M., 1933. The Altercatio 

Hadriani et Epicteti and the question-and-answer dialogue. 
Levi Robert Lind, A.B., A.M., 1929, 1932. The Vita Sancti Malchi of Reginald 

of Canterbury. A critical edition with introduction, apparatus criticus, 

notes, and indices. 
Robert Conrad Stone, A.B., Wheaton College, 1933; A.M., 1934. The language 

of Codex Bezae D. 

In Dairy Husbandry 

Orlando Ford Garrett, B.S., M.S., 1926, 1930. A quantitative study of the 
calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, and chlorine in the 
milks of two purebred dairy cows. 

In Economics 

Harry Kenneth Allen, B.S., M.S., 1920, 1932. Efficiency and economy in local 
government — with particular reference to Illinois. 

In Education 

Raymond Henry Fisher, A.B., A.M., Stanford University, 1929, 1930. Charles 
W. Eliot's views on college education in the light of present trends. 

In Engineering 

John Babcock Baicer, B.S., M.S., 1921, 1924. The distortion of single crystals 

of lead. 
Thomas Newkirk McVay, B.S., M.S., 1914, 1926. The effect of iron and its 

compounds on the color and properties of ceramic materials and engobes. 
Rolland George Sturm, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1924; M.S., 1926. A 

study of the collapsing pressure of thin-walled cylinders. 
Clyde Lowry Thompson, B.S., M.S., 1927, 1930. Influence of the silica content 

upon the properties of refractories. 
William Joseph Warren, B.S., University of Santa Clara, 1931 ; M.S., 1933- 

Changes in rubber insulation due to voltage stress and aging. 
Harold Everette Wessman, B.S., M.S., 1924, 1925. Related functions of cable 

and stiffening truss in suspension bridges. 

In English 

Robert Lee Blair, A.B., A.M., Ohio State University, 1928, 1929. An edition 
of George Peele's Old Wives' Tale. 

Ernest Claude Coleman, A.B., 1924; A.M., University of Wisconsin, 1927. The 
influence of the Addisonian essay in America before 1810. 

Glenn Percival Haskell, A.B., Oberlin College, 1925; A.M., Syracuse Uni- 
versity, 1929. Drayton's secondary modes — a critical study. 

In Entomology 

Elizabeth Madeleine Heiss, B.S., M.S., Purdue University, 1929, 1932. A 
classification of the larvae and puparia of the Syrphidae of Illinois ex- 
clusive of aquatic forms. 

Clyde Wilson Kearns, B.S., Colorado Agricultural College, 1931 ; M.S., 1933. 
The control of the cigarette beetle (Lasioderma serricorne Fab.) 

Charles Stockman Spooner, A.B., Cornell University, 1907; A.M., 1917. The 
phylogeny of the Hemiptera based on a study of the head capsule. 



Candidates for Degrees, June 8, 1936 



In Geology 

Donald Desmond Utterback, A.B., M.S., 1930, 1932. A study of outcropping 
bituminous limestones and sandstones with reference to porosity and to the 
origin and migration of petroleum. 

In History 

Norman Ward Caldwell, B.Ed. Southern Illinois State Normal University, 
1931 ; A.M., 1934. The French in the West, 1740-1750. 

Granville Daniel Davis, A.B., University of Arkansas, 1930; A.M., 1931. Fac- 
tional differences in the Democratic Party in Illinois, 1854-1858. 

Vairanapillai Mathur.\muthu Samuel, A.B., University of Madras, 1929; 
B.D., Chicago Theological Seminary, 1932; A.M., University of Chicago, 
1933- Nationalism in India before 1905. 

In Mathematics 

Albert Clark Bltrdette, A.B., Oakland City College, 1927 ; A.M., Indiana Uni- 
versity, 1931. On simultaneous expansions of analytic functions in composite 
power series. 

CuTHBERT Corwin Hurd, A.B., Drake University, 1932; M.S., Iowa State Col- 
lege, 1934. Properties of solutions of linear differential equations containing 
a parameter. 

In Physics 

Weldon Henry Brandt, A.B., North Central College, 1931 ; M.S., 1933. The 

band spectrum of OH'*^. 
Robert Bruce Horsfall, Jr., A.B., Reed College, 1930; A.M., 1933. Band 

spectra of neutral and ionized boron hydride. 
Gilbert DeForest Kinzer, B.S., M.S., 1931, 1932. The spectrum of diatomic 

arsenic. 
PoLYKARP KuscH, B.S., Case School of Applied Science, 1931 ; M.S., 1933. The 

molecular spectra of caesium and rubidium. 
Keron Caldwell AIorrical, B.S., M.S., 1929, 1933. A modified tube method for 

the measurement of sound absorption. 
Samuel George Weissberg, B.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1930; M.S., 1932. Ex- 
treme ultra-violet spectra of highly ionized titanium, vanadium, chromium, 

manganese, and iron. 

In Political Science 

Clyde Frank Snider, A.B., A.M., University of Kansas, 1928, 1930. County 

and township government in Indiana. 
Waldo Emerson Waltz, B.S., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, 

1924; A.M., University of Missouri, 1927. The nationality of married 

women. 

In Psychology 

Wilfred John Brogden, A.B., 1933. Increased auditory acuity in dogs following 
Roentgen radiation of the pituitary body. 

In Romance Languages 

Francis Osborne Adam, Jr., A.B., William and Mary College, 1926; M.L., Uni- 
versity of ^lexico, 1927. Some aspects of Lope de Vega's dramatic tech- 
nique as observed in his autograph plays. 

Dorothy Reeves Breen, A.B., A.M., 1926, 1927. An edition of La Dragontea 
by Lope Felix de Vega Carpio, with notes and an introductory essay. 

William Paul Dismukes, A.B., "'A.M., Vanderbilt University, 1926, 1927. 
Michelet and Vico: A study of Michelet's use of Vichian principles. 

Charles Gilbert Rowe, A.B., Vanderbilt University, 1928; A.M., Indiana Uni- 
versity, 1929. A forgotten disciple of Moliere: Jean-Francois Cailhava 
d'Estandoux. 



Candidates for Degrees, June 8, 1936 



In Zoology 

Warren Andrew, A.B., Carleton College, 1932; M.S., Brown University, 1933. 

The Nissl substance of the Purkinje cell. 
Thural Dale Foster, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1924; M.S., 1931. Biology of a 

land snail, Polygyra thyroides (Say). 



Professional Degrees in Engineering 

The Degree of Civil Engineer 

Benjamin Morris Klowden, B.S., 1922 

Richard Thorsten Larsen, B.S., 1929 

Frederick William Panhorst, B.S., 1915 

William Hall Thoman, Jr., B.S., 1924; M.S., University of Colorado, 1933 

Charles Davis Vail, B.S., 1891 

Herbert LeRoy White, B.S., 1924, 1926 

The Degree of Electrical Engineer 
Wilbur Ross Appleman, B.S., 1928 

The Degree of Engineer Physicist 
Nelson Everett Sowers, B.S., 1924; A.M., Columbia University, 1927 



The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Botany 
William Marvin Marberry, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 
1935 

In Chemistry 

John Wayne Cole, A.B., DePauw University, 1935 

Charles LeRoy Fleming, Jr., A.B., Dartmouth College, 1935 

Lawrence Carroll Olson, A.B., Augustana College, 1934 

In Classics 

Gaylia Myrna Goode, A.B., Eureka College, 1935 
Ramona Mae Lothian, A.B., Illinois College, 1935 
Eileen Patricia Ryan, A.B., Monmouth College, 1935 

In Economics 
Ervin Kenneth Zingler, A.B., Lawrence College, 1935 

In Education 

Kermit Bond Beasley, Ph.B., Shurtleflf College, 1929 

Robert Louis Champion, B.S., 1935 

Dan Marshall Hanson, B.S., Parsons College, 1931 

Kathryn Ruth Howe, A.B., Olivet College, 1932 

Helen Mary Kent, A.B., Oberlin College, 1923 

Noel Mosher, A.B., Lombard College, 1927 

Alice Ada Parker, A.B., Washington University, 1934 

Lewis Ellsworth Sabin, A.B., Illinois College, 1934 

Grace Pope Snyder, A.B., 1935 

In English 

Edgar Frederic Bennett, A.B., 1933 
William Ferdinand Ekstrom, A.B., 1935 



Candidates for Degrees, June 8, 1Q36 



Lottie Rose Fletcher, B.S., 1934 

Janice Elaine Greider, A.B., 1935 

Mary IC^iTherine Hansen, A.B., 1934 

Olive Ann Kirkpatrick, A.B., 1934 

Constance Nicholas, A.B., Carthage College, 1935 

John Kerker Quinn, A.B., Bradley Polj-technic Institute, 1933 

Willis Marion Simons, A.B., University of Arizona, 1935 

In Entomology 
Dwight Powell, A.B., 1933 

In Geology and Geography 

S'i'LVESTER Warren Dickson, A.B., 1935 

David Marcel Larrabee, A.B., Dartmouth College, 1932 

In German 

Norman Anton McQuown, A.B., 1935 

.Alfred Charles Frederick Scherer, A.B., 1934 

In History 

Florence Rebekah Beatty, A.B., Fisk University, 1933 

Eugene AIaur Braderman, B.S., Temple University, 1935 

Esther Briney, A.B., 1935 

Merlin Gwinn Cox, A.B., 1935 

Catherine Elizabeth Gregory, B.S., 1934 

Ernest Melvin Hall, B.S., 1934 

Mary Eleanor Harrod, A.B., Eureka College, 1933 

Raymond Elton Hayes, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1928 

Esther Elizabeth McKenzie, A.B., DePauw University, 1935 

George Roger Mayhill, B.S., Purdue University, 1932 

Kenneth Dale Raab, A.B., 1935 

Delight Marian Swanson, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1935 

George William Wakefield, B.S., 1935 

Eleanor Grace Warn-er, A.B., MacAIurray College, 1935 

Deloris Williams, A.B., 1928 

In Library Science 

Edith McRoberts Kusch, A.B., Culver-Stockton College, 1928; B.S. (Lib.), 1929 
Ralph Wendell McComb, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1929; B.S. (Lib.), 1932 
Genie Johanna Preston, A.B., Northv^^estern University, 1914; B.S. (Lib.), 1928 
Hendrine Rozend.\l, A.B., Dakota Wesleyan University, 1925; B.S. (Lib.), 1932 

In Mathematics 
Ruges Richmond Freeman, Jr., B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal Univer- 
sity, 1935 
Norman Albert Goldsmith, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1932 
Donald Eugene Kibbey, A.B., 1935 
Andrew Oliver Lindstrum, Jr., A.B., Harvard College, 1935 

In Philosophy 
John Mueller Anderson, A.B., 1935 

In Physics 
Roger Wright Williams, A.B., Hanover College, 1935 

In Political Science 

Hsioh-ying Lu, A.B., University of Nanking, 1931 

Paux Dewitt Mlt-KEY, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1935 



lo Candidates for Degrees, June 8, 1936 

Edmond Fairlie Ricketts, A.B., 1935 

Harold Meyer Simon, A.B., 1935 

Wei-ping Tsai, B.S., A.B., University of Nanking, 1933, 1935 

Helen Madeleine Weckel, B.S., 1933 

Lawrence Bertell Wilson, A.B., 1935 

In Psychology 

William Frederick Thomas, A.B., Miami University, 1935 
John Maurice Willmann, A.B., 1935 

In Romance Languages 

Alice Jacquette Appell, A.B., 1935 

Oswald Albert Boitell, Ph.B., Wheaton College, 1935 

Roy Ralston Bushart, A.B., 1934 

Sallie Emery Flint, A.B., Sweet Briar College, 1935 

Maria Ercilia Kiler, A.B., 1934 

Laurance Ward LaSage, A.B., 1935 

Elizabeth Franklin Loeffler, B.S., 1934 

Alma Angela McLaughlin, B.S., 1935 

Norman Nielsen, A.B., Nebraska State Teachers College, 1934 

Elenore Maxine Reynolds, B.S., 1935 

Revarose Atlass Wallins, A.B., James Millikin University, 1934 

Dorothy Stuttle Wheat, A.B., 1934 

In Sociology 

Esther Corinne Martinson, B.Ed., Moorehead State Teachers College, 1930; 
A.M., University of Iowa, 1933 



The Degree of Master of Science 
In Accountancy 

Herbert Warren Dustin, B.S., University of Florida, 1935 

Noah Fetter, A.B., Marshall College, 1934 

Donald Kenneth Griffith, A.B., State College of Washington, 1935 

Edward James Kirkham, B.S., Miami University, 1934 

Edward Charles Konchal, B.S., 1935 

TsiNG-HAO KuNG, B.S., Chiao Tung University, 1930 

In Agricultural Economics 

Lyman Conwell Chism, B.S., 1935 

John William Green, B.S., Purdue University, 1920 

Raymond Charles Kuhn, B.S., 1928 

In Architecture 
Eugene Ferdinand Henry Stoyke, B.S., 1935 

In Bacteriology 

Maurice DeLap Cook, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1934 
Charles Marion Ford, B.S., 1932 
Jesse Walter Hofer, A.B., 1935 

In Botany 

Paul Clipfell Lemon, A.B., University of Nebraska, 1935 

John David Mees, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1931 

Shirley Nielsen Ploetz, B.S., 1934 



Candidates for Degrees, June 8, 1P36 11 

In Ceramics 
Fay Va Nisle Tooley, A.B., 1932 

In Chemistry 
Sam Bernard Becker, B.S., 1935 

Clyde Marvin Berry, B.S., AIcKendree College, 1933 
Martin Feigenbaum, B.S., Brooklyn College, 1934 
Daniel Herschold Goodman, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1935 
Ralph Vernon Green, B.S., 1935 
John Harris Haslam, B.S., 1935 
Richard Douglas Kleene, B.S., 1935 

William Emil Lundquist, B.Ch.E., University of Minnesota, 1934 
James Alvah McHard, B.S., 1935 
Robert James jMadden, A.B., 1935 

Simon Shale Newmark, A.B., Western Reserve University, 1935 
Eldon Emerson Rice, A.B., DePauw University, 1934 
Alvin George Sharp, B.S., 1935 

Sister IMary Josetta Butler, R.S.M., B.S., St. Xavier College, 1935 
Charles Slobutsky, B.S., 1933 
Frank Milton Stubblefield, A.B., 1932 

John Hamilton Van Campen, B.Chem., Cornell University, 1935 
Clarence Hadley Walton, B.S., McKendree College, 1935 

In Civil Engineering 

Ibrahim Sabit Aksoy, B.S., Robert College, 1935 

Fu HuA Chen, B.S., University of Michigan, 1935 

Vi-SiNG Hyui, B.S., St. John's University, 1932 

Majd-ud-Din Kem.^l Jabri, B.S., Robert College, 1935 

DjEMAL KiAMiL, B.S., Robert College, 1935 

Benn Joseph Leland, B.S., 1934 

Edgar John Jacob Luetzelschwab, B.S., 1934 

Newlin Dolbey AIorgan, Jr., B.S., 1935 

Ekrem Orhon, B.S., Robert College, 1935 

John Raymond Snell, B.E., Vanderbilt University, 1934 

Lincoln K. Tan, B.S., Chiao Tung University, 1931 

Fenner Harvey Whitley, Jr., B.S., North Carolina State College, 1932 

In Dairy Husbandry 
J.^coB Gerald Cash, B.S., 1931 

In Economics 

Wendell Fr.\ncis Barclay, B.S., 1934 
Phillip Randolph Kasik, B.S., 1935 
Arthur Lincicome, B.S., 1928 

In Education 

Louis Alexander Astell, A.B., 1924 

Carroll Livingston Dunn, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1925 

Lara Milton Hardin, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1926 

Elmer August Meyer, B.S., 1930 

Henry Arthur Reimann, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1935 

Lawrence Ervin Smith, B.S., Indiana State Normal School, 1927 

Stephan Toma, B.S., Kansas State Teachers College (Emporia), 1935 

ViDA Marie Wicks, B.S., 1935 



12 Candidates for Degrees, June 8, 1P36 

In Electrical Engineering 

Wesley Wilson Brooks, B.S., 1933 

Nobel Herman Koertge, B.S., 1934 

Simon Lee Weiler, B.S., Southern Methodist University, 1935 

In Entomology 

George Yousuf Bijjani, A.B., Alma College, 1934 

Carl Kester Dorsey, A.B., Westminster College (Mo.), 1933 

William Edward McCauley, B.S., 1933 

Howe Elliott McClure, B.S., 1933 

In Geology and Geography 

Wallace Woodrow Hagan, B.S., 1935 
Philip Patchin Wolcott, A.B., 1935 
William Fredrick Wrath, B.S., 1935 

In Home Economics 
Jeannette Leona Cohen, B.S., 1934 

In Library Science 

Ellen Pauline Jackson, A.B., Hastings College, 1931 ; B.S. (Lib.), 1933 
August Edwin Reyling, A.B., St. Joseph's Seraphic College, 1925; B.S. (Lib.), 
Western Reserve University, 1932 

In Mathematics 
Warren Ambrose, B.S., 1935 

In Mechanical Engineering 
John Symonds Cunningham, B.S., University of Maine, 1933 

In Physics 

Scott Anderson, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1935 
Byron Thorwell Darling, B.S., 1933 
Robert Cushman Wyckoff, B.S., 1935 

In Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 

Hui Chiu Chou, B.S., Chiao Tung University, 1931 
Tilford Andrew Olson, B.S., 1934 

In Zoology 

Richard Joseph Costley, B.S., Utah State Agricultural College, 1934 
Paul Allen Meglitsch, B.S., 1935 
William Charles Starrett, B.S., 1934 
William Allen Summers, A.B., 1935 



Candidates for Degrees, June 8, ipsd 



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The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

The Degree of Bachelor of Arts 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Edwin Melville Adams, Jr. 
Frances Janet Adler 
William Herbert Alexander 
Betty Colt Allen 
William Hammond Allen, with 

Honors in Geology 
Olaf Will Allison 
Mary Caroline Angell 
Phoebe Johnson Arden, with High 

Honors in Botany 
Lvtja-Mae Armstrong 
Lloyd Charles Artz 
Kathryn Arnold Ashby 
Charles Douglas Ash more 
William Alexander Attaway 
Genevieve E. Alter 
James Martin Baggott 
Evelyn Baker 
Albert Oscar Bard 
Margaret Jane Barker, with Honors 

in French 
Winnifred AIary Barker 
George Dallas Barnes 
William Henry Barrick 
Mark Huelster Beaubien 
Cary Ann Bechly 
Bernard Berkovitz 
Delphia Pauline Biggs 
Bayard Wallace Biossat 
Barbara Pauline Bischoff 
Barbara Jane Black 
Thomas Philips Board 
Helen Virginia Bogg 
Nellie Delillian Bond 
Dorothy Jane Borchardt 
Lyle Benjamin Borst 
Donald George Botteron 
Victor Boutin 
Kathryn Virginia Bowen 
Anita Anne Boyd 
John Marcus Boyer 
Kendall Robert Bradley 
Evelyn Braeutigam 
John Joseph Brandlin 
Bernice Sylvia Brandt 
John Clinton Brogan 
Edith Gertrude Brook, with Honors 

in English 
Marjorie Brown 
Mary Ellen Brown, with Honors in 

Sociology 
Lavara Harriet Brumbaugh 
George Budvvay 



Mary Lenore Kenny Bundy 

Cornelia Burge 

Lorraine Lillian Burghardt 

Lee Melville Burkey, Jr. 

William Jackson Burns, with High 

Honors in Philosophy 
Robert Gordon Burnside 
Dorothy Mae Burris 
John Conrad Bushman 
Robert James Buswell 
Richard Porter Caddick 
Joseph Arkell Campbell 
Osver Paul Carmi 
Thelma Danner Carpenter, with 

Honors in Sociology 
Mary Margaret Casper 
Margaret Mae Chapin, with Honors 

in History 
Jerome Roth Churchman 
Charlotte Carter Clements 
Katherine Louise Cline, with 

Honors in Political Science 
Eloise Mable Cochran 
Margaret Maxine Cochran 
AliRiAM Margaret Cochrane 
Marie Roberta Coleman 
Helen Miriam Cooper 
Mary Janet Courtright, with Honors 

in French 
Robert Thomas Crocombe 
William Edward Crocombe, Jr. 
Helen May Cunningham 
Hester Thomas Daily 
Wilbur Fredric Danielson 
Thomas Calvin Davidson 
Elva Harwell Davis 
Lois Estella Davis 
Charles Brace Dawson 
Clara Jane Dayton, with Honors in 

French 
Alice Isabelle Deal 
William Lewis Dunn, Jr., with 

Honors in Chemistry 
Hortense Louise Ehrich 
Theresa Carolina Ehrlich 
Edith Regina Eisner 
Frederick Jacob Fahrion 
Mary Rita Farley 
Ruth Lorraine Fehr 
Louise Beatrice Fenoglio, with 

Honors in French 
Harold Otto Fichte, with Honors in 

Political Science 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 8, 1936 



Bernice Adele Fine 

Mildred Aleen Fisher 

Richard Forrest Fisher 

William Samuel Fishman, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Loretta Esther Foellinger 
Virginia Grace Foersterling 
Frank Junior Fornoff, with High 

Honors in Chemistry 
Dorothy Jeanette Francis 
Marion C. Frank 
Allen Alexander Freeman 
Jeffrey Leonard Fried 
Evelyn Sue Friedland 
Roger Fruin 
Belle Marguerite Fullerton, with 

Honors in English 
Charles Richard Fulmer 
Helen Wilhelmina Gaede 
Mary Augusta Gale 
Dorothy Marilyn Garrett 
Charles Byford Garrigus 
Thomas Conover Gately 
RosARio Anthony Gaziano, with High 

Honors in History 
Herbert Glazer 
JUANITA GoiN 

William Jacob Goldberg 

Boyd Eraser Goldsworthy, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Clarence James Goodnight, with 

Honors in Zoology 
Philip Edwin Gore 
Spencer Harold Gore 
Margaret Helen Gorton 
Ruth Adeline Hackley 
Eunice Stanford Hall 
Robert Emerson Hallberg 
Joseph Jacob Hallett, with Honors 

in Chemistry 
Wendell Barrett Hamilton 
Louis Earl Hartman 
Marjorie Rose Hartman, with 

Honors in History 
Hellmut Arthur Albin Hartwig 
Edward Francis Haungs 
Julia Juanita Henderson, with 

Honors in Political Science 
Howard Paul Hetzner, with High 

Honors in Chemistry 
Howard Harold Heyman 
Mary Isabelle Higgason 
Frank M. Hilpert 
Edwin Russell Hodges 
Robert John Hoeffliger 
Elsa Louise Hohenadel, with Honors 

in German 
John Otis Honnold, Jr., with High 

Honors in Political Science 



Edward Newell Howard 
Mabel Lois Hubbard 
Caroline Burry Huey 
Harriet Townley Hunter 
John Joseph Hutchinson, with 

Honors in Chemistry 
Helen Frances Jackson, with High 

Honors in History 
Orel Whitaker Jacobs 
William Barrett Jacobs 
Eileen Esther Johnson 
Bruce Marshall Jones 
Parmelee Delos Jones 
Letha Estelle Jontz 
Margaret MacNair Kahler, with 

Honors in English 
Marvin Irving Kahn 
IsADORE Arthur Kamien, Jr., with 

Honors in Political Science 
Emily Dorothy Kasch 
Edward Felix Kenehan 
Ruth Elizabeth Kennington 
Mary Catherine Kershaw 
Julius Valentine Kimpel 
Donan Charles Kirley 
Maxine Lenore Kitterman, with 

Honors in Political Science 
Albert Henry Krusemark 
John Bruce Kuney, Jr. 
Julia IMildred Lake 
Frances Elizabeth Leasure 
Claribel Lee, with High Honors in 

English 
Frederic Edward Lee, Jr. 
Margaret Louise Lehmann, with 

Honors in Political Science 
James Francis Lemna 
Marjorie Louise Lewis 
Mary Frances Lewis 
Thomas Arthur Lindley 
Ruth Ayres Lipscomb 
Pearl Rita Lockhart 
Jack B. Lortz 
William Charles Luby 
Elizabeth Mary Luckhardt, with 

Honors in German 
John Carson Lumbattis 
Forest Samuel McCallister 
Doris Mardelle McCann 
Elizabeth Jane McCarty 
Edward Thompson McDavid 
Sara Jane McEvoy 
Dean Smith McGaughey 
Katherine McMahon, with Honors in 

French 
John Jacob McNeil 
Robert Lowrie McNeil 
Alice Lauretta Madden 
Joseph Edward Mann 



Candidates for Degrees, June 8, 1936 



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Dorothy Vanessa Manock 

Margaret AIerriam 

Mary Elizabeth Merrill 

Burton Harris AIeyer 

Thomas Agatino Micali, with High 

Honors in History 
Eleanor Jean AIielke 
Frank Vernon AIiller 
Harold Benton Miller 
Virginia Bennett Miller 
Virginia Irene Miller 
Harlan AIansfield AIize, with 

Honors in French 
Robert W. ^Iontague 
Madge Elizabeth ]Moore 
Roberta June AIorris 
Dorothy Snyder Morthland 
George Harley Moseley, Jr. 
Max Best Mueller, with Honors in 

Chemistry 
William Bruce AIunson, v/ith High 

Honors in History 
Adele Pauline Mylashus 
Carl Robert Newman, with Honors 

in Chemistry 
Charles Vincent O'Hern, Jr. 
Helen Ruth Olander, with Honors 

in Zoology 
DoRwiN Bond O'Neal 
Margaret Baird O'Neal 
Reta Bond O'Neal 
Robert AIcDaniel Orr 
Farnum George Oster 
Klusman Parks 
Amado Caccam Patacsil 
Cyril George Peckham 
Harriette Merten Peel 
Rosamond Rood Penwell 
Mary Iota Pepperdine 
William Andrew Phillips 
Beatrice Jane Pierson, with Honors 

in English 
Robert E. Pilcher 
Georgia Pitner 
M. Henry Pitts 
Robert Irving Pitzele 
Perry Haskell Plummer, Jr., with 

Honors in Political Science 
Russell Eldridge Pottinger 
Donovan Earl Pratt, with High 

Honors in English 
Stephanie Agnes Predika 
Mary Ann Price 
George Pond Proctor 
Albert Pucci 

Robert Harwood Quayle, Jr. 
Kathryn Thompson Raby 
Ben Froebe Railsback, with Honors 

in Philosophy 



Dorothy Marie Randall 

Thomas Vance Randolph 

Josephine Louise Rasmussen 

Jesse Paul Reed 

Mary Louise Eva Reisner 

Adrian Richard Revell 

Charles Dean Rice 

Rosemary Elizabeth Roberts 

Robert Rogers, with High Honors in 

Physics 
Forrest Charles Rohr 
Renato Ignacio Rosaldo-HernAndez 
Henry Clay Rossman, Jr. 
Howard Rovelstad 
Catherine Corkery Rowe 
Harry Rubenstein 
Emily Josephine Rue 
Agnes Margaret Ryan 
Albert Saikley 
Audrey Ainslie Salins 
Miriam Jeanette Savage, with 

Honors in Philosophy 
Maurice Carl Schewe, with 

Honors in Botany 
Lee Roy Schiltz 
Louise Margaret Schindler 
Kenneth Charles Schraut, with 

Honors in Mathematics 
Kenneth James Schuessler 
Anna Marie Schultze 
Gertrude Jane Schuyler 
Eleanor Marion Selbach 
William John Shannon, with Honors 

in Chemistry 
Margaret Schimmel Shaw, with High 

Honors in History 
Sarah Elizabeth Shinn 
Edna Bradbury Shove 
Frank John Sitzberger 
John William Skultety 
Dorothy Ellen Smith 
Keith Skinner Smith, with Honors 

in History 
KiRKER Smith 
Roth Samuel Smith 
Whitney Elmer Smith 
Albert Melville Snook 
Milton Joseph Solomon 
Ruth Elizabeth Sommer, with 

Honors in Chemistry 
William A. Spence 
Harley Stiehl 
Katherine Maxine Stienz 
William Paul Sullivan 
Jane Paula Swatek 
William Phillips Talbot 
Dorothy Geraldine Taylor 
Joseph Thomas Taylor 
Marguerite Merle Theis 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 8, 1^36 



Betty Louise Thomas, with Honors in 

History 
Earl Wesley Thomas, with High 

Honors in Spanish 
Eugene Paul Turner 
Shirley Louise Turner 
Charlotte Amelia Upp 
Mary Ruth Vanderbilt 
Virginia Walker Vasey 
Frances Charlotte Waldo 
Franklin Doland Wanner 
Sol Weinstein 
William Wiener Weisberg 
Beatrice Helene Weissenborn 
Margaret Jane Wendell 
Lois Katherine White 
Ira Condict Whitehead 
Lloyd Le Wightman 



Constance Isabel Wilkinson 
Betty Willerton 
John Raynesford Williams 
Marion Alice Williams, with 

Honors in French 
William H. Williams 
Elinor Margaret Wilson 
Ruth Janet Woodward 
Jack Wright 
Hazel Anne Yates 
Audrey Elizabeth Yoder, with High 

Honors in English 
Janet L. Young 
Lillian Helen Yunger 
Herman Hugo Zachgo 
Edward Alten Zegers 
Mildred Catherine Zweig 
Irving Albert Zwick 



In Home Economics 

Alice Elizabeth Bauer Alice Carolyn Rice 

Gilda Bevilacqua Mary Josephine Scovill 

Ruth Ann Mosher, with High Grace Holden Shanks 
Honors 



The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Leola May Carlson 
William Francis Caulfield 
Elmer Wallace Cavins 
James Wahl Cawood 
Donald Newton Claflin 
Victor Ross Farlow 
Frank Wilbur Fisk, with High 

Honors in Entomology 
Stuart Harvey Ginsberg 
Richard Coumains Hall, with High 

Honors in Chemistry 
George Gordon Hudson 
Delbert Charles Hughes 
Emily Reynolds Jones 
Charles Tash Kaplan 
Frank Robert Koniuszy 
Leonard Schomer Krause, with High 

Honors in Psychology 
Karl Frederick Krebs, with High 

Honors in Zoology 
Evelyn Margaret Laurence 
William Elmus Linton 
Mary Jane McGuigan 
James Franklin MacLean 



Margaret Isabelle Madden 

Nelson Wayne Mader 

Nannette Laura Miller 

Robert Maximilian Perlman 

Edna Mae Pratt, with High Honors 

in Zoology 
Robert Charles Reinke 
Marie Elizabeth Renz 
Florence Edith Rohrer 
Peggy Ruddy 
Maurice John Sandretto 
Harvey M. Schamp 
Richard Albert Schneider, with 

Honors in Chemistry 
Martha Ann Selmeyer 
Sister Mary Regina Murphy 
Gertrude Maxine Stoll 
Bruno Joseph Verbeck 
Gerald Messner Whitman, with High 

Honors in Chemistry 
Lee Whyte 
Marian Louise Wood, with High 

Honors in Chemistry 



Zula Carolyn Cross 

Frances Clark Ewing 

Mary Lois Fruin, with High Honors 

Margaret Jannette Gault 



In Home Economics 

Helen Osterbur 

IMary Elizabeth Rucker 

Sister Mary Raphael Laine 



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In Chemistry 



Ernest Erwin Allen 
LaMoyne Dale Bearden, with 

Honors 
Harry Carroll Becker 
John Davenport Borroff 
Charles Willard Carter 
Harry Murray Clark, with High 

Honors 
Thomas Henry Cook 
Martin John Fischer 
Roland Eric Florin, with Honors 
Frank Benjamin Folckemer 
Helen Elizabeth Frost 
Stanley S. Fry 
Earl Lawrence Greenwood 
John Robert Hall 
Harry Omar Hehner 
AIiles Edward Hess 



Irving Isaac Horwich 

Eldon Melton Jones 

Rudolph Louis Karzmar 

Irwin Walter Kaufman 

Frank Eugene Maple 

John Marcus Mead 

Donald Burton Melville, with 

Honors 
Henry Alexander Pacevitz 
Thomas Donald Robertson 
Jay Ruffner Schenck, with Honors 
Carl F. Segal, with Honors 
Charlotte Louise Southwick 
James Frank Vacherlon, with 

Honors 
Winston Joe Wayne, with High 

Honors 
Leon Eugene Wener 



In Chemical Engineering 



George Thomas Austin 
Emil Frederick Blase 
Robert Lee Blohm 
Charles Thomas Clark 
Frederick Cook 
Robert Emmett Cox 
Samuel Czuba 
Walter Foster 
Lee Edward Frye 
Martin Goldbeck, Jr. 
Frank Joseph Kolar, Jr. 
Charles Joseph Lerner 
John Charles Levenson, Jr. 
James O'Hara Maloney 



Clifford Thomas Nicholson 
Robert Willard Pachaly 
Vernon George Parker 
Clifford Austin Plummer 
Frederick James Port, Jr., with High 

Honors 
Frank Joseph Rada, Jr. 
Albert Eugene Schubert, with 

Honors 
Rhea Wilson Turner 
Richard Albert Wasz 
Jerrold Deane Wear 
William Raleigh Wheeler 



The College of Commerce and Business 
Administration 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Accountancy 



Lawrence Ward Agnew 
Francis William Anderson 
Ben Andrew Barnes 
James Daniel Benner 
Herman Berger 
James Russell Blakemore 
Allan James Bryden 
Robert Bruce Campbell 
John Cerutti 
Thomas Gordon Conaghan 
GiLLARD Donald Dearlove 
James Lawrence Depler, with High 
Honors 



Fred Edward Lee Dueker 
William Morris Elmer 
Harold Vincent Gebhart, with 

Honors 
Harvey Wilbur Geist, with High 

Honors 
Stanley Dean Hamman 
Elsum Grove Hedges 
Thomas Raymond Hill, with Honors 
Harold Arthur Hoffman 
Donald Ernest Hopwood 
Donald Michael Karr 
Joseph Barney Lanterman 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 8, 1936 



Thomas Mark Lyman 
Frank Michael Maloney 
Eugene Edward Marshall 
Don Vincent Maxfield 
Albert James de AIayo 
John Philip Reedy 
Clyde Edwin Robb 
Leon Charles Rubin 
Robert Reid Scaife 
Norman William Schwartz 
Robert Eyster Snively 
George Vincent Spengel 
Alfred Henry Spengeman 



Eleanor Esther Stege 
Charles Denham Stremsterfer 
Kenneth Charles Thorne 
Matthew James Timmons 
John Adolph Tockstein 
Kenneth Lewis Trefftzs 
Carlyle Frank Weinberger, with 

Honors 
Louise Alberta Westerbeek 
Maurice Jack Williams 
Benjamin Warren Wise, with 

Honors 



In Accountancy and Banking and Finance 



Willard Holmes Kerr, with High 
Honors 



Malcolm Emanuel Marsh, with 
Honors 



In Banking and Finance 



Clark Allison Bailey 
Harold George Bauman 
Grover Francis Blankinship, Jr. 
William Frank Debelak 
Robert Miller Derrough 
LeRoy Kenneth Faust 
Robert Charles Graser 
Sol Browar Greengard 
George Temple Hester 

In Com 

Ernest William Akemann 
Alice Marie Chellberg 
Noble Richard Duncan 
Lewis Thomen Fisher 
Bernerd Morton Grossman 
Henry Bradford Hall 
Urban Hipp 
Robert Sims Hutchens 
Albert Wesley McCallister 



James Lewis Johnson 
Donald Edward Kroesch 
Seaton Franswell McDaniel 
Gilbert Jackson Murphy 
Mary Helen Raistrick 
Edwin Wright Reid 
Donald Raymond Schneider 
Steven Frank Steib 



MERGE AND LaW 

Allen Curtis McGurk 
John Powell Madden 
William Goldn Pinsley 
Sutton Francis Scanlin 

ROLLEN HeXTIES SmITH 

Bert Philo Snow 
Matthew William Stefanich 
Clarence Albert Tillema 
Charles Joseph Walters 



In Commercial Teaching 
Florence Angeline Maul 



In Foreign Commerce 



Charlotte Anna Bartels 
Edward John Fleming, Jr. 
Milton Wilkinson Keach 
Charles Richard Lewers 



Merle Wentworth Myers, with High 

Honors 
H. Rosalind Rautenberg 



In Foreign Commerce and Accountancy 
Edward Schaefer 

In General Business 



John Melvin Abbey 
Esther Adams 

Joseph Irving Adler, Jr., with High 
Honors 



Paul Edward Allison 
Guy Clayton Barnard 
Ivan Thomas Bauman 
Edward Crosby Bennett, Jr. 



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Francis William Blomquist 

James Henry Bolt 

Kendall Robert Bradley 

IzEYL jMarie Brown 

Vernon Albert Burhop 

Robert Frederick Busch 

William Wettig Bushnell 

Donald Strock Carolus 

Charles Berton Chase 

Neil Demi'sey Cline 

\'irginia Elizabeth Dille 

Don William Dixon 

Frank Perrian Dobyns 

Milburn Carl Eckerstrom 

Allan Eisenstein 

Estell Everett Estes 

Arthur Paul Evans 

Charles Paltl Finfgeld 

Betty Gardiner 

Paul William Gibbs 

Russell Edgar Hackleman 

Harry Pollard Hart 

James Edward Havel 

Albert Healy 

Robert Bruce Hicks 

Everett Loftus Hollis, with Honors 

RosiNA Homann 

Frederick Justus Hoppe 

Ivan Darrel Kovacic 

Milton Peter Kudolla 

James ^Iartin Lange 

Harauld Dean Langham 

Charles James Larson 

Herbert Fredric Larson 

Raymond August Larson 

Samuel Harold Law 

Helen AL'\rie Lohman 

Paul Gilham Lowe 

John Knorr McKinney 

William Boyd McKinstry, Jr, 

Richard Dale Mansfield 



William Kent Mansfield 

John Talbot Masten 

Robert Victor Mitchell, with High 

Honors 
Charles Fremont Moe 
Edwin Henry Mohill 
Richard Edwin Moore 
Dixon Doughty Moorhead 
MiLO Calvin Morgan 
William Russell Moss 
Conrad Albin Olson 
Willard Sidney Olson 
Albert Stanley Ostrander 
Robert Miller Panzer 
Henry Wellings Parke 
Calvin Frederick Peters 
Clarence Edwin Purdy 
Thomas Paul Ratay 
William Henry Rezanka 
Frederick Willard Roos 
Scott Frank Rost 
Harold Berven Rush 
Edward Everett Ruther 
Ralph Arnold Ruud 
Arthur Bernhard Schottmann 
Ernest Edward Schrodt 
Joe Howard Serkowich 
Peter Anthony Sostak, with Honors 
Thomas Nicholas Spyrison 
Albert de Varennes, Jr. 
William Thomas Vogt 
Betty Jane Warren 
George John Wellner 
Beatrice Edith Welton 
Myra Elitia Whitford 
May Helen Wong 
Ralph Eugene Woodard 
Albert Woolman Worthen 
Charles Joseph Zaloudek 
John Bernard Zelle 
Leonard Henry Zieiim 



In Industrial Administration 

Philip Sholes Auten Arthur Louis Rice 

Harold Bertram Daume Dorothy Florilla Segur 

Alfred Alonzo Harney William Robert Watson 
Kermit AIelvin Pennington 



John Edward Irland, with Honors 
Edwin Allan Kitch 



In Insurance 

Junior McWhinney Ruegger 



In Public Utilities 



Robert Christian Canaday 



In Transportation 



Gale Benton Aydelotte 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 8, ips6 



The College of Engineering 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Agricultural Engineering 
Richard Arnot Duncan 

In Ceramics 
Charles Burton Clark, with Honors Richard Stanley Sheldon 



Robert William Cline, with Honors 
Weston Tyler Hester 



Robert Carroll Taylor, with High 
Honors 



In Ceramic Engineering 



Nicholas Paul Alessi 
William Paul Charbonnier 
Frank Warren Clark Hutchison 
David Wylie Mathew, Jr. 
Willard Arends Merle 
Lyman Maurice Moore 



Rexford Newcomb, Jr. 
William Clarence Pittman 
Hillard Henry Rubin 
Lowell Albert Spires 
John Blaine Stevens, Jr. 
Paul Tyler Talbott 



In Civil Engineering 



L Christian Arne 
Stephen Webster Benedict 
Albert Edward Bitter, with Honors 
Winston Edward Black, with 

Honors 
William C. Bowers 
Robert Oliver Brendel 
John Elmer Buck 
Wilfred Champlain Burdick 
Kenneth Damitz 
Daniel Stubbs Dippold 
Leroy William Dittmann 
William Weaver Dukes 
Archer Thomas Elliott 
Wilbur Skala Feagan 
Herbert Louis Frank 
Paul John Hendricksen 
William Edward Hendricksen 
Robert Crawford Hieronymus, with 

High Honors 
LeVerne Dow Hudson 
Gerald Williams Hull 
Gordon Lutz Jeppesen, with High 

Honors 
Norman Lutz Jeppesen 
Robert James Johnson 
John Greene Junius 
William Grover Kahl, with Honors 



Arthur Wright Keith 
Hal Pierce Kibbey 
Karl Kenneth King 
Paul Joseph Kunzer 
Joseph Albright Leadabrand 
Harry Alvin Lieberman, with 

Honors 
Wilbur Lloyd McNeil 
Kenneth Maguire 
Raymond Harold Menefee, with 

Honors 
Frank Novotny, Jr. 
James Andrew Parker, Jr. 
Miller Slocum Pflager 
Thomas Flint Pope 
Charles Uri Prout 
John Clark Raleigh 
Albert Reichmann, Jr. 
Robert Bacon Reynolds 
Michael Eber Riley 
Thomas Francis Scholes 
Thomas Benjamin Sear, with Honors 
Edward Gordon Simons 
Antonin Messenger Sterba 
LuDWiG Theodore Stoyke 
James Donald Taylor, with High 

Honors 
Everette Michael Volle 



In Electrical Engineering 

Raymond Howard Bachman Nelson Paul Bashor 

George Frederick Banks Walter Harold Bigger 

Herbert Oscar Barnes William Howell Blackburn 



Candidates for Degrees, June 8, 1936 



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John William Bodnar 

John Keenen Brinkerhoff 

James Edward Burgess 

Edgar Clinton Chamberlin, Jr., with 

High Honors 
Wallace Andrew Depp, with High 

Honors 
Mark Deems Disosway, Jr. 
Franklin Harry Dubsky, with 

Honors 
Wesley Lynne Eddy 
Paul Raymond Egbert, with Honors 
George Perry Entrekin, with High 

Honors 
George Miller Gernand 
Edwin Anthony Gonckowski 
Paul Gordon Gray, with Honors 
Marvin C. Greer 
Bruce Lee Hulse 
Ralph Boyd Jackson 
William Reid Jackson 
Russell Jensen 
Lester Alger Johnson 
Thorsten Wallner Johnson 
!Melvin Kohner 
R.^YMOND Joseph Kowalski, with High 

Honors 
Joseph Anton Krcek 



Robert Fred Lange 
Annas Martin Laurent 
Arthur Palen McCoard 
Raymond Preston McCroskey 
Valentine Benedict Robert 

McGowan 
Donald Curtiss AIarble 
Russell Byron Matthews 
Wendell Earl Miller 
David Kilbury Mitchell 
Howard James Nagle 
Stephen Blenn Owings 
George Roland Peirce 
Robert Campbell Pitney, 

Honors 
Edgar August Post, with High 

Honors 
Jesse Joseph Qurollo, Jr. 
Charles Joseph Smittkamp 
W^ilmer Harry Spangler 
James Henry Stein, with Honors 
Thomas Miles Stoddert 
Curtis Garwood Talbot, with High 

Honors 
Roger Vespa 

Thaddeus Lewis Woltanski 
Howard Watson Wrigley 
Neil King Yarnell 



ith 



In Engineering Physics 



Foster Clyde Bennett 

Elbert Pidgeon Carter, with High 

Honors 
Howard Hermann Hess, with Honors 



Ralph Guy LaBaw, with Honors 
Paul Henry Lanphier 
John Albert Skupas 
Herbert John Sprengel, with High 
Honors 



In General Engineering 

John Herbert Abbott Robert Compton Lewis, with Honors 

Edward William Anger, Jr. Oliver Perry Luetscher, Jr. 

Pierce Birkhoff Harold William Roat 

George Archer Carruthers William McIlwrath Simpson, Jr. 

Clifton Wayne Gano Russell Miles Smith 

Gene Emanual Keller Thomas Francis Whalon, Jr. 

In Mechanical Engineering 



Charles Walter Bimba 

Andy Bovich 

Raymond Monroe Carey 

Lewis Henry Collison 

Paul William Crumlish 

Pauly Reeder Paris 

George William Galloway 

Clifton B. Graham, with Honors 

Carl Adam Groth 

David Kent Harris, with Honors 

Fred Carl Heinig 



James William Herrington 
Edward Lloyd Howell 
Harry Gordon Jackson, Jr. 
Wayne Gardiner Johnson, with High 

Honors 
August Albert Katt 
Leo Robert Kiley 
Robert Terrell Lee 
Richard Walter Leutwiler, Jr., with 

Honors 
John Joseph Linehan 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 8, ip^d 



Thomas Manning Logan 

John Whitney Luce, with High 

Honors 
Raymond Patrick Lynch 
Arthur Palen McCoard 
John Edward McMahon 
Robert James Mendenhall 
Harry Kolb Nagel 
James Mann Patterson 
Clarence Andrew Pippin, with High 

Honors 



Mauritz Emanuel Ringquist 

Olin Merle Schneider 

Alexander Sharav 

Lester Truel Sharp 

Leslie Silverman, with High Honors 

Dale Downey Streid, with High 

Honors 
Chester Anthony Tarnowski 
Friedrich Theilmann 
James Austin Thetford 
Elmo Arthur Travis 



In Metallurgical Engineering 
Charles Marion Squarcy 



In Mining Engineering 



Donald Robert Haake 
Edward Joseph Jasinski 
Carey Lee Pruitt 



Eugene Corley Robertson, with High 
Honors 



In Railway Electrical Engineering 

George Krambles, with Honors Evan Eugene Olmstead 

Francis Lundy Morrison 



The College of Agriculture 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Agriculture 



William Blaine Adams 
Raymond Norwood Ammon 
Arthur Rutherford Armstrong 
Robert Dudley Armstrong, with 

Honors 
John Swank Boland 
Wallace Francis Bowen 
William Maxwell Brine 
Otis Barton Brown, with Honors 
Orris Guy Bryant 
Winfred Keith Burkett 
Charles Marshall Christy 
George Wayne Churchill 
Virgil Franklin Clark 
Wayne Osborn Clark 
Gale Cosart Corley 
Arthur Edison Cullison, with 

Honors 
Roman Bernard Peter Dahmus, with 

Honors 
Charles Addison Guy Duncan 
William Ray Dunn 
Erman Leland Dutcher 



Robert Casper Eckhardt, with High 

Honors 
Arthur Edwin Fisher 
Kenneth Lee Flake 
Harold Leslie Garwood 
Joseph Bernard Graham 
Frank Charles Harrison 
John Roy Hedberg 
John Lester Hensey 
Frank Downey Hoblit 
Dennis Atwood Hocking 
Irwin Raymond Hoener 
Gerald Thomas Hudson 
Jared Wesley Hurd 
Kenneth Raymond Imig 
Joseph Moody Johnson 
Dean W. Jones 

Frank Anton Kreml, with Honors 
Alvin Smith Lehmann 
Paul John Loehr 
Robert Lee McDonald 
Donald Francis McMillen, with 

High Honors 



Candidates for Degrees, June 8, 1^36 



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Malcolm Hedley AIcVickar, with 

High Honors 
DoRAN Charles Habry 
Herman Monroe AIarlow 
Carl Fred AIees 
Sherman Grant Menefee 
Leslie Dale AIitchel 
Robert Hughs Moats 
Homer Eldridge Montgomery 
RonERT Burns Musgrave, with Honors 
Lester William Neeves 
Russell Turner Odell, with Honors 
Durward Joaquin Paddock 
Petru Pompei a. Pana 
Ralph Bernard Parlier 
Myron William Pasvogel 
John Andrew Pence 



Gerald Emil Peters 
Russell Martin Ramp 
William John Randles 
George Ray Reifsteck 
Verne Scott Reifsteck 
Elizabeth Jane Rudy 
Roger James Sharkey 
Harold Winston Smith 
George Henry Staggs 
Bruce Pearl Swinford 
William Ralph Taylor 
George Eilt Toben 
William Frank Turner 
Norman Richard Urquhart, with 

Honors 
Wayne Eugene Wier 
Myron Lincoln Wormley 



Arnold William Arfsten 
George Victor Ball 



In Floriculture 

Harold Carl Busch 

In Home Economics 



Margaret Anderson 

Anna Catherine Armbruster 

AL^rjorie Eleanor Battey 

Emily Louise Belshaw 

Helen Bennett 

}^La.rie Wilhelmina Bernds 

Carmaleta Inez Bixby 

Frances Emily Brooks 

Dorothy Marion Buck 

AL'\RY Stewart Campbell 

Doris Chamberlin 

Evelyn Constance Chambers, with 

Honors 
Xadine Elizabeth Cheney 
Jaxis Clark 
Grace Mary Coerver 
Helen Louise Dancey 
Mary Jane Dearing, with Honors 
HoNNA AIae Dunham 
Isabel Goin 
Dorothy Hill Grandy 
Marian Joan Gross 
Phyllis Eileen Hannah, with 

Honors 
Mary Elizabeth Harrison, with 

High Honors 
Mamie Ruth Heald 
Dorothy Elizabeth Hoskins 
Cathryn Jean Hughes 
Helen Christine Johnson 
AIary Olive Jordan 



Lucille Anette Kern 

June Eleanore Ketel 

Elizabeth Lucille Kientzle 

Edna Mae Krows 

Pauline Elizabeth Livengood, with 

Honors 
Helen Bertha Loecher, with High 

Honors 
Grace Ella McMahon, with Honors 
Doris Marie Madsen, with Honors 
Mary Valerie Mayoris 
Cathrine Fern Mies 
Vernette Edythe Mitchell 
Catherine Coleen Parks 
Audre Elizabeth Pawlicki 
Ruth Ann Perlee 
Delia Belle Randall 
L. Garrah Rice 
Viola Elsie Robison 
Florence Leona Rozin 
Gladine Sylvia Rutz 
Collette Adele Scully 
Ellen Skillman 
Anne Slifka 
Sarah Elizabeth Stith 
Lillian Velma Swearingen 
Virginia Lucille Tendick 
Ellen Cecelia Thomsen 
Edith Irene Wolf 
Lorraine Woolley, with High Honors 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 8, 1936 



The College of Education 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Education 



Genevieve Marta Abrams 

Maurine J. Francis Aldrich 

David Ray Anderson 

Margaret Grace Anderson 

Dolores Adeline Bagozzi 

Eleanor Betty Baka 

Beverly Boyd Baker 

Virginia Georgia Bambas 

Louise Marie Barzan 

Flora Jane Beasley 

Clarence Watson Bell 

Harold Vincent Benham 

William Henry Blake 

Betty Hunter Blessing 

Mildred Kathryn Bloom 

Alice Maurine Bloomster 

Keith Preston Bolin 

Lois Fredericka Borchers 

Howard John Braun 

Florence Ethel Bristow 

George Berdine Brown 

Dorothy Eileen Brutcher 

Roy Thomas Buchanan 

William Washington Buchanan, Jr. 

Martin Cablk 

Kenneth Eugene Carpenter 

Mary Elizabeth Chandler 

David Citron, Jr. 

Harold Eugene Clay 

John Jacob Clemens, Jr. 

Frances Leah Clifford 

Pauline Ruby Cohen 

Helen Louise Collins 

Marian Lucille Conner 

WiLBURN Beverly Grain 

Cornell Osborne Cromer 

Stella Felicia Cullen 

Ruth Currens 

Helen Marie Curtis 

Helen Doris Daniels 

Whilma Alleah Deliere 

George Dickenson 

Matthew P. Dobrinic 

Mary Elizabeth Dohm 

John Joseph Dorko, Jr. 

John Thomas Duffner 

Ethel May Dunlap 

Eleanor Vivian Erzinger 

Ruby Margaret Fahr 

Mildred AIae Feldman, with Honors 

in French and in Spanish 
Bernard Dale Fowler 
Henry Bernard Franzman 
Dorothy Josephine Galbraith 



Charles Scott Galbreath, Jr. 

Mary Eloise Gann 

Frank Louis Gannon 

RoscoE Raymond Giffin, Jr., with 

Honors in Economics 
Jane Seyfert Gilbert 
John Sarsfield Gill 
Elizabeth Fisher Goble 
Isabel S. Goscicki 
Norma Mae Gourley 
Mary Alice Grant 
Kenneth Lyle Gustafson 
Ruth Alice Haedike 
Evelyn Anna Emilie Haerting 
Willard Moses Harlan 
Alice Mae Harrington, with Honors 

in Mathematics 
Eugene Dennis Thomas Aquinas 

Harris 
Catherine Nelson Harrop 
Lois Ida Heigl 
Ruth Elizabeth Heyl 
Evelyn Elizabeth Hoffman 
Anna Betty Huck 
Clarabeth Huckins 
Margaret Kathryn Hueckel 
Frances Josephine Huml 
Rosemary Jean Irish 
Marilynn Isley 
Mildred Lorraine Jahns 
Elizabeth Adele James 
Myra Elizabeth James 
Effa Ingristine Johnston 
Esther Kantor 
Adolph Edward Katra 
Natalie Keene 
Norman Charles Kent 
Wilma Elizabeth Kinney 
Delores Knowles 
Almira Emelia Koeller 
John Krebs 

Evelyn Lorraine Kreim 
Harry James Lawler 
Alice Catherine Mary Leipold 
Charles Robert Leslie 
Anna Donnabell Lewis 
Arthur H. Likes 
Eleanor Venita Lindeman 
Charles Christopher Livingston 
Eloise Elizabeth Logan 
Diva Rafiela Luongo 
Helen Louise Lyman 
Willis Bert Lynch 
Frederick Clyde McDavid 



Candidates for Degrees, June 8, ips6 



25 



Carrie Grace McDowell 

Charlotte Alcorn AIcGlade 

Lloyd Edward Mabbott 

Ara Lee Malach 

Edward Lee Malec 

Evelyn Darlene AL-^llonee 

Kathryn Louise Mallory 

AL'^rtin Henry ALxrkworth 

Dorothy Irene ]\Iarlatt 

Harold Vandersand Martin 

Alberta Norma Maska 

Marjorie Ellen AIeixner 

Elizabeth AIerriam 

Grant Allan AIickelson 

Cecil Arthur Miller 

Ethel Beryl AIiller 

Louise Margery Miller 

Archie Otto Mills 

Jeremiah Minear, Jr. 

Grace DeAtley Moffett 

Louise Muenning 

Frances AL^rie Mummert 

Joseph Curtis AIunch 

Mary June Myers 

Grace AL\rian Nelson 

LoRETTA Elizabeth Neylon 

S\'LviA Marie Norten 

Rose Clare O'Connor 

Annabel Anderson Osby 

Rocco Michael Pagnella 

Herbert Max Paszotta 

Louise May Patelski 

L\N Thomson Patterson 

Eleanor Virginia Patzman 

Elizabeth Johanna Peintner 

George Wiles Pervier 

Florine Elinor Petri 

Ren AT A Louise Pfeil 

Elizabeth Phares 

Gilbert Eugene Poag 

Helen Janet Ponder, with Honors in 

Mathematics 
Thomas Flint Pope 
Eleanor Souffrain Potter 
Henry William Potts 
Chalmer Morgan Price 
AL\ry Wait Price 
\'irgil Evon Price 
Ruth Phelps Primm 
Arleen Pritchard 
Harry H. Pritikin 
Louise Irene Proctor 
Frank Lawrence Purma 
Grace Lucille Putnam 
Thelma Isabel Radwell 
Kenneth Bouch Rawlinson 
Bernice Elizabeth Reavy 
Margaret Josephine Reese 
Joseph Rehor, Jr. 
Robert Lyle Reinsch 
Lois Wilhelmine Riedelbauch 



Ruth Emma Riemensnider 

Grethel Blaine Riggs 

Lena Bernice Roberson 

Oscar Davis Roberts 

John Kenneth Roney 

Florence Lorraine Roper 

Grace Angline Rothwell 

Helen Cecile Rutherford 

AIelvin Sader 

Salvatore Santoro 

LuciLE Bell Koch Schuessler 

William Schwab, Jr. 

Donald Notter Scott 

Robert Marshall Scott 

Mary Belle Seaton 

Waneta Sedgwick 

Russell James Seletto 

Kathryn Jane Shaw 

Roger Morey Shaw 

Blanche Lucille Sheesley 

Katherine Simpson 

Steven Sluka, Jr. 

Alice Anne Smith 

Barbara Louise Smith 

Charles William Smith 

Mary Smith 

Wayman Flynn Smith, Jr. 

Lois Riley Snider 

Phyllis Elizabeth Snyder 

George Asahel S perry 

Marjorie Elizabeth Stanley 

Dorothy Donna Stefanoff 

William Jasper Stigall, Jr. 

Helen Kathryn Stoutenborough 

Charles Glen Swikle 

Maurice Swiryn 

Paul Walter Thomas 

Ryburn Tippy 

Matt Tischler 

Marion Leonard Trabert 

Genevieve Marguerite Tucker 

Dorothy Elysabeth Turner 

Marie Elizabeth Tyler 

WiLBERT Donald Ubben 

Edyth Irma VanBuskirk 

Irene Neola Vandenberg, Honors in 

French and in Education 
Ellsworth George Van Orman 
Mildred Veselous 
Marjorie AIarie Voigt 
Armine Wright Waldrop 
QuiNTiLLA Walker 
Robert Glen Walker 
Sam Sydney Wallace 
Leon H. Weaver 
Robert Long Weaver 
Claire Louise Weber 
Fred Joseph Wehling 
George Gilbert Weihofen 
Lillian Carol Weiskopf 
William Robert Welty 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 8, ips6 



William Frederick Wernle, with 

Honors in Spanish 
Roberta Louise Wessel 
Victor Orla West 
Helen Mary Whitlock 
Howard Woodrow Wilson 



George ]\IcClellan Wilt 
Catherine Sarah Wiseheart 
Murray Hersh Wolk 
Robert Clifton Wright 
Kenneth Everett Yates 
Anne Patricia Yesulis 



In Home Economics Education 



Mary Ann Hoffman 
Karlene Marjorie Kipp 
Helen Jane Kirk 
Dorothy Mabel Ryan 



Phebe Virginia Shepherdson 
WiLDA Irene Warrick 
Dorothy Charlotte Woolsey 



The College of Fine and Applied Arts 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Architectural Engineering 



Sherman Hunn Bean, with High 

Honors 
Richard Gordon Belsterling 
Parke Boyer, with Honors 
Lyle Vinson DeWitt 
Harold Marvin Gehm, with Honors 
Beverly Lorraine Greene 
Bernard Eugene Hult 
Rudard Artaban Jones 
Hyman Herman Kaplan 
Seymour Doran Klawans 
Burton Beekman Kohn 
Marcus Westerfeld Levy, with High 

Honors 



Henry McKinley 
Oscar Nelson 
Phillip Allen Peller 
Ralph B. Priestley 
Meade Morrison Robinson 
William Samuel Silberberg 
Russell John Tinkham 
John Wilmot Van Ness 
Walter Leslie Weaver, Jr., with 

Honors 
Lewis Clarence Wilcox 



In Architecture 



Vytant Pius Aleks 

Joseph Edward Baker 

Victor J. Baumgartner 

Max Willis Bisson 

Tom D. Danahy 

Paul Ettington 

Edward Hale Fairbank, with Honors 

Archie Waldon Franzen 

NuEL Burton Harmeson 



Arthur William Hennighausen 
James Marion Hunter 
William Spaulding Kinne, Jr. 
Leonard Harry Mayfield 
Herman Hurley Meinberg 
John Parker Miller 
Marshall Theodore Munz 
Arthur Richard Williams, with 
High Honors 



In Public School Music 

Elizabeth Ann Richards 
Marjorie Elizabeth Rine 
Isabelle Sar.\ Rosen 
Marjorie Almira Shane 
Marietta Besse Tucker 
Martha Hortense Van Sickle 



Marian Octavia Bartlett 
Arlette Maurine Blum 
Dorothy Sadie Boll 
Paul Eugene Cotton 
Dorothy Davis 
LuciLE Meta Lang 
Mahlon Berton Mercer 
Esther Elizabeth Moore, with 
Honors 

The Degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts 

In Art Education 
Helen Shaw, with Honors Marian Jeanette Snyder 



Candidates for Degrees, June 8, IQS6 



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In Landscape Architecture 



Robert Walter Burr 
Frederic AIcGeorge Robinson, with 
Honors 



John A. C. Schulte 
George Edward Treichel 
Laura Virginia White 



In Painting 



Robert Francis Burns, with Honors 

]Mary Virginia Cady 

Roberta Busey Elvis, with High 

Honors 
Evelyn Opal Laxtz 



Helen Elizabeth Platt 
Douglas Eugene Rosebrook 
Kathryn Tone Seiler 
Marilee Young 



The Degree of Bachelor of Music 



Dorothy Davis 

Louis Lloyd Durflinger, with Honors 
Helen Flynn, with Honors 
LaVerne Jackson, with High Honors 



Helen Louise Lee, with Honors 
Mary Miller, with High Honors 
Virginia Doris Perkins, with Honors 
Louise Taylor, with Honors 



The College of Law 

The Degree of Bachelor of Laws 



Harry Adelman, A.B., 1934, with 

Honors 
Wixthrop Bush Anderson, A.B., 1934 
William Busey Arnold, B.S., 1933 
Walter Durley Boyle, A.B., 1934, 

with Honors 
Carroll Thomas Cox, A.B., 1934 
Caswell Jones Crebs, A.M., Univer- 
sity of Southern CaHfornia, 1933, 
with High Honors 
Fra>:ces Alice Davidson, A.B., 1933 
John Curtis Ermentrout, B.S., 1934 
Harry Haskett Faris, B.S.L., North- 
western University, 1929; M.B.A., 
Harvard University, 1931 
Michael Heilig Farrin, B.S., 1934 
Francis Sibley Feiger, B.S., 1935 
]MiLo Joseph Fleming, A.B., 1933 
John Wallace Frick, B.S., 1934 
Morton Merwin Ginsberg, A.B., 1934 
Leo Harry Goldstein, A.B., 1934 
Leroy August Goldstein, A.B., 1934 
Paul Franz Grote, Jr., A.B., 1933 
Richard Carlton Hagan, A.B., 1933 
Albert Weston Hall, A.B., 1934 
Tolbert Junior Hill, A.B., 1933 
Bernard Francis Hoffman, A.B., 

Knox College, 1933 
Don.ald Hoy, B.S., 1935 
Bertel Edward Jonson 
James Winfield Karber, A.B., 1934 
Theodore Gaillard Knappenberger, 
Jr., A.B., 1933 



Harold Henry Kuhfuss, B.Ed., Illi- 
nois State Normal University, 
1933, with Honors 
George Abraham Lackey, A.B., 1927 
Shelton Blake Leach, A.B., Illinois 

Wesleyan University, 1933 
John Goffe Leggett, B.S., 1932 
Claude White McDaniel, B.S., 1934 
Wallace Mulberry Mulliken, A.B., 

1935 
Albert R. Musick, B.S., 1934 
Clarence Jerome Nelson, B.S., 1934 
Darius Edward Phebus, B.S., 1933 
John Daniel Picco, Jr., A.B., 1934 
Sutton Francis Scanlin 
Donald William Staehlin, A.B., 1934 
Fred Rice Stith, Jr., A.B., 1934 
Frank William Swann, Jr., A.B., 

1934 
Kenneth David Thomas, A.B., 1934, 

with Honors 
Clarence Albert Tillema 
Richard William Velde, A.B., Knox 

College, 1929 
Alex Joseph Victor, A.B., 1934 
Robert Conant White, B.S., 1933 
Robert Louis Winter, A.B., St. 

Ambrose College, 1933 
William Francis Woods, Jr., A.B., 

1934 



The Degree of Doctor of Law 



Hiram Henry Lesar, A.B., 1934, with 
High Honors 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 8, 1936 



The School of Journalism 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



Sam X. Abarbanel 

Robert Snyder Aitchison 

Helen Sylvia Arstein 

John Drake Austin 

Mary Martha Avey 

Glen Bachle Baumann 

Natalia Maree Belting, with Honors 

Ralph Johan Bjorseth 

Edward Alan Bloom 

Dorothy Diane Bolstad 

Byron Peter Brandenburger 

Marcus Victor Brewster 

Lewis Heffner Carnahan 

Richard Bailey Childs 

Frank Joseph Cibulka 

Mary Frances Comer, with Honors 

Fredric Holland Comstock 

Gerard Cook 

Robert Ralph Dean 

Esther Avelin Deutch 

Mary Agnes Donnell 

Arthur Frederick Dries 

Theodore Aldean Duffield 

Miriam Louise Fast 

Ruth Flint 

Jack Arnold Fritzlen 

Robert Standish Gillespie 

Robert Clayton Gloss 

Mae Elizabeth Grether 

Lyford Albert Gsell 

Glade Forrest Haist 

Constance Edith Hay, with Honors 



In Journalism 

Elbert LeRoy Herron, with Honors 

Eunice Oard Hinman 

Merle James Hunt 

Kenneth Emmett Jerdon 

Catherine Anne Kendall 

Veronica Laukitis 

Mary Jane Leisenring 

Sarah Houston Loring 

Francis James McTaggart 

Mary Jane Magan 

Karl Fischer Martinitz 

William Samuel Middleton 

Joe Zellers Moll 

Alfred Achilles Moore 

Vava Vieda Munson 

Geraldine Marie Murphy 

Robert Carleton Nelson 

George Charles Oswald 

Eva Lucile Owen 

Stuart Paul Peterson 

Arnold Jacob Potteiger 

Jay Robert Prillaman 

Jerrian William Ream 

AIax Donald Snider 

Paul Leroy Streit, with Honors 

William Phillips Talbot, with 

Honors 
Herbert Mortimer Trull 
Geneva Geraldine Walker 
William Frederick George Weber 
Robert Louis Westphal 



The School of Physical Education 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Physical Education 



Arvo Alexander Antilla 
Edith Frances Buzy 
Beula Jean Carson 
Barbara Cutter 
Grace Eleanor Fish 
Michael Robert Galland 
Don Coval Green 
Edward Francis Gryboski 
Lucile Claire Himelblau 
Lois Keene 

Lester LeRoy Lindberg 
Carolyn Vern Mountjoy 



Kathaleen Nina Randolph 

Arlyne Lillian Reeves 

Joseph Lawrence Risily 

Ordie Amelia Roberts 

Christine Todd Schwartz, with High 

Honors 
Eloise Morgan Shaw, with Honors in 

Education 
Mildred Catherine Spiesman 
Frank Charles Vokac 
John James Watt, Jr. 
Shirley Winsberg 



Candidates for Degrees, June 8, ip^d 29 

The Library School 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Library Science 

EvELYX Anne Becher, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1934 

Lewis AIalcom Bright, Ph.B., University of Toledo, 1935 

Josephine AIarie Cowles, B.S., Ottawa University, 1928 

EsTELLA AIay Culp, A.B., Miami University, 1933 

Elizabeth Alice Curry, B.S., 1935 

Mildred Worcester Easton, A.B., 1935 

Edith AIarjorie Foster, A.B., Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1933, with Honors 

Bernard Louis Foy, A.B., Indiana University, 1934 

AL^RY SciNCONA Frazee, A.B., University of Tulsa, 1929 

Annabelle Walker Furman, A.B., College of Charleston (South Carolina), 

1935 
Ruth Rrtirs Graham, A.B., University of Louisville, 1935, with Honors 
Ruth Janet Hamilton, A.B., 1935 
Golda Drusilla Hankla, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Teachers College, 1931 ; 

A.M., 1933 
Dorothea Harlow, A.B., University of Oklahoma, 1934 
Norman Giraud Hatchman, A.B., University of Michigan, 1931 
Elsie Lucille Hennigar, A.B., University of Michigan, 1935 
Helen Eloise Hilton, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1935 
Eleanor Dorothy Inness, A.B., Knox College, 1933 
Dorothy Neil Jen^nings, A.B., Culver-Stockton College, 1935 
Ruth Edna Johnston, A.B., Indiana University, 1931 
Stella Amanda Kauffman, A.B., Goshen College, 1934 
Hortense Elizabeth Kelly, A.B., Indiana University, 1921 
Helen Muriel Klontz, A.B., Berea College, 1934 
Marian Kruegel, A.B., State College of Washington, 1934 
Margaret Mary Lane, A.B., Morningside College, 1934 
Naomi Anthony Lattimore, A.B., Louisville Municipal College for Negroes, 

1935 
Charlotte Ethel Lavietes, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1934 
Armand Joseph Lottinville, A.B., St. Viator College, 193 1 
Helen Lucile McIntyre, B.S., Southwest Missouri State Teachers College, 

1932, with Honors 

Charles Haynes AIcMullen, A.B., Centre College, 1935 

Mildred Blanche AIitchell, Ph.B., Wheaton College, 1933 

Harriet Juliet Nordhem, A.B., Rockford College, 1934 

Arabell Peirson, A.B., University of British Columbia, 1935 

Dona Bell Peterson, A.B., East Texas State Teachers College, 1929 

Nicholas Punt, A.B.. Calvin College, 1935 

Jessie Barry Richmond, A.B., Southwestern College, 1935 

Rebecca Frances Ruby, A.B., 1934 

Martha Lou Sanford, A.B., Indiana State Teachers College (Terre Haute), 

193 1, with Honors 
Edna June Shenton, A.B., Simpson College, 1935 
Olga Shevchik, B.S., Purdue University, 1935 
Clara Kay Silvian, A.B., 1935 

J.a.n'e Margaret Stoddard, A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1935 
Mary Elizabeth Swift, B.S., State Teachers College (Farmville, Virginia), 

1933, with Honors 

Christine Brodie Taylor, A.B., University of Richmond, 1934 
Virginia Frances Toles, A.B., Atlanta University, 1930 
Sarah Joselyn Way, A.B., 1930 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago 
June 5, 1936 



The College of Medicine 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Medicine 



Edmund Roy Abler 

George Frederick von Asch, with 

Honors 
Harold Barnett 
Samuel Berger 
Ralph Carl Berkelhamer 
Mark Bernstone 
John August Bowman, Jr. 
Abraham Brodsky 
Jack E. Brooks 

George Whitham Carlin, A.B. 
Robert Elmer Cohenour 
Bernard Isadore Coopersmith, with 

Honors 
John Lewis Cutler 
Patrick Thomas Dolan, Jr. 
Edmund Roche Donoghue 
Victor ^Murphy Dorris 
DeSales Guillaume DuVigneaud 
Alfred Stuart Ehrlich 
Alfred Bernard Falk 
Robert Alan Fantus 
Fannie Finkelstein, with Honors 
Leah Fisher 
Richard George Fort 
Isadore Friedman, with Honors 
Jack Friedm.'\n 
Leonard David Friedman 
Rose Fromm 

Richard Lawrence Fruin 
Samuel Theodore Gerber 
Ralph Gradman, with High Honors 
Adeline S. Greenberg 
^La.rvin Grubman, with Honors 
Dominic Joseph Haftkowski 
Earl Douglas Hamilton 
Irving Handwerger 
Thrift Gene Hanks 
^Iartin Franklin Hanson 
Jack Tilden Haskins 
James Charles Havranek 
Robert Clarence Hecker 
Harold Herron 
Milton Herzberg 
Moris Horwitz 
Frank Louis Jedlicka 
Robert Joseph Jensik 
Herman Joffe 



WiLLARD Z. KeRMAN 

Meyer Kruglik 

Edward Howard Lambert, with High 

Honors 
Louis Sanford Lapid 
Harry Lasin 
Jerome Jack Lubin 
Louis Malow 
Gerald Joseph Menaker 
Herbert Samuel Miller 
Bernard Edward Moisant 
George Ensley Moore, A.B. 
Maurice David Pearlman, with 

Honors 
William Nelson Piper 
Kenneth Lewis Pistorius 
Henry Ricewasser, A.B. 
Marion Masters Ricketts, Jr. 
Morris M. Rosenthal 
Harold Jerome Rothenberg 
Oscar Rushakoff, with Honors 
Margaret Mary Scannell 
Frederick Gleadall Simpson 
Henry Fred Steinbock 
Joseph Francis Steininger 
David Henry Stern 
Charles Henry Stubenrauch, Jr., 

with High Honors 
Albert Frederick Swatek, with 

Honors 
Sydney William Tauber 
Leo Tepper, with Honors 
Sidney Merrill Tepper 
Annette V. Tesarik 
John Vernon Thompson 
John Keay Wallace, II 
Jacob Walter 
Joseph Eugene Walton 
Arnold Harris Warshell 
Leonard Lester Weil 
Benjamin Abra Weinberg 
Roy Cyril Weinstein 
Charles Gilbert Weissman 
George Joseph Wienman 
Fred Miller Williams 
Irwin Fox Williger 
Warren Ashley Yemm 



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32 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June 5, /pjd 



The Certificate in Medicine 



Harrie Pond Altman, Jr. 
Herbert Jack Apfelberg, B.S. 
George Harold Ashline, A.B., B.S. 
Meyer Backer, Ph.C, B.S. 
Milton Charles Baumann, B.S. 
Arthur Berman 
John Anthony Bielski 
Samuel AIitchell Bluefarb, B.S. 
George Wencil Bohr 
Abraham Brodsky 
Lester Paul Bunchman 
Samuel Burack, B.S. 
Edward Maurice Burns 
Joseph Peter Cascino, B.S. 
John Goolsby Cecil, B.S. 
Ralph Chapman, B.S. 
Chester Coggeshall, B.S. 
Meyer AIerle Cutler, B.S. 
Duane Delbert Darling, B.S., with 

Honors 
Sydney Alfred Diamond, B.S. 
Howard Ellsworth Dorton, B.S., 

with Honors 
Corinne Schenck Eddy, Ph.B. 
Benjamin Einhorn, B.S. 
Irving Favus, B.S. 
Paul Edward Feldman, B.S. 
Robert Vernon Ferrell, B.S. 
Jack Finkelstein, B.S. 
Jacob C. Fleischer, B.S. 
Leona Rosemary Fordon, B.S. 
Harold S. Friedman, B.S. 
Eugene Warren Gessler, B.S. 
Alfred Josef Goldyne, B.S. 
Joseph Robert Goran 
Orville Eugene Gordon, B.S. 
Gasper Asa Goshgarian 
Morris Greenberg, B.S. 
Jacob Grossblat, B.S. 
Jack William Grossman, B.S. 
Samuel Albert Gunn, B.S. 
John Olaf Hanson, B.S. 
George Melvin Harms, B.S. 
John A. Havlicek, B.S. 
Friedy B. Heisler, B.S. 
Wade Frederic Heritage, B.S. 
Paul Herzog, B.S. 
Aaron Arthur Hilkevitch, B.S. 
Allan Bonner Hirschtick, B.S. 
Nathan Leonard Hoffenberg, B.S. 
Maurice Thomas Horsman 
Elfriede Horst, A.B. 
Harold Dale Huff, B.S. 
Kenneth Franklin Hughes, B.S. 
William Addison Hutchison 
Francis Marion Jacks, B.S. 
Natalia Julia Janicki, B.S. 
Ernest Arthur Kahn, B.S. 
Elmer John Kalal 



John Stuart Kapernick, B.S. 

Henry Kaplan, B.S. 

Leo Abraham Kaplan 

Selig Joel Kavka, B.S. 

John Wesley Keyes, B.S. 

Alfred Joseph Klein, B.S. 

Ernest Sol Klein 

William Philip Kleitsch, B.S. 

Charles Donald Krause 

Alfred John Kreft, B.S. 

Ralph Kuhlman 

corinna kurvinen, b.s. 

Joseph Arthur Kwint, B.S. 

Herman Boris Lander, B.S. 

Gilbert George Lapid, B.S. 

Harry Lasin 

Philip Rankin Latta, B.S. 

Fred Hunter Lawrence, A.B., B.S. 

Edwin Harvey Lawson, B.S. 

Arthur Bernard Levan, B.S., with 

Honors 
Louis Levin, B.S. 
Milton Jack Levisohn, B.S. 
Roland AIarco Levisohn, B.S. 
Samuel Liebman, B.S. 
Sol Ludmerer, B.S. 
Emerson King McVey 
Samuel M. Marcus, B.S. 
Lloyd Louis Matzkin, B.S. 
Simon Jacob Maydet, B.S. 
Nathan Harry Miller 
Felix Patrick AIooney 
William Goodrich Motel, B.S. 
Bernard Benjamin Neuchiller 
Everett Jacob Olenick, B.S., with 

Honors 
Edward Palmer, Ph.B. 
Arthur Karl Peterson, B.S. 
Theodore Algird Poska, B.S. 
Fred August Quenzer, B.S. 
Samuel S. Reinglass, B.S. 
Oliver Vernon Renaud, B.S. 
Stanley Everett Robinson 
Herbert Edgar Rubin, B.S. 
Preston Walker Sawyer, B.S. 
Louis Schlan, B.S. 
Ernst Schmidhofer, Jr. 
Samuel Louis Schreiber, Ph.C, B.S. 
Joseph Schwartz, B.S. 
Harry M. Segenreich, B.S. 
Arthur Louis Shapiro, B.S. 
Irene Shmigelski 
Adam Slaw, B.S. 
John Wallace Stastny, B.S. 
David William Steinberg, B.S. 
Harold Steinberg 
Hyman Sydney Steinberg, B.S. 
David Henry Stern 
Anthony Edward Sukis 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June 5, /pjd 



33 



Stanley Edward Telser, A.B. 
Jay Donald Trotter 

isADORE TuRETSKY, B.S. 

Hymen Leon Udesky, B.S. 
Chester Wade, B.S. 
William Stanley Walsh, B.S. 
Joseph Eugene Walton 
^[iLAN Michael Wasick, B.S. 
Leonard Lester W^eil 
Jack Weinberg 



Ross Russell Weller, A.B. 
Clarence Benjamin Wyngarden, B.S. 
Joseph Johanan Yanowitz, B.S. 
Francis Joseph Yoltng, B.S. 
Tommy Richard Young, B.S. 
Mary Zeldes, A.B. 
William Bernard Zelik, B.S. 
Sidney Edward Ziffren, B.S. 
Raymond Dumont Zimont, B.S. 



The Degree of Bachelor of Medicine 



Harold Henry Boros, B.S. 
Tohn Lewis Cutler 



John Richard Taylor, B.S. 



The College of Dentistry 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



Elliott William Alpern 
Massis Armen Bahador 
Russell Lawrence Carter 
Andrew B. Cohen- 
Jesse Herbert Coven 
John Edward Emanuelson 
Stanley J. Flachner, A.B. 
Palt, Gechman 
Jacob Martin Goldstein 
Elias Horowitz 
Harry Alex Karczewski 
Arthur Deo Klein, Jr. 
Henry John Kwapisz 
Henry Harold Leib 



In Dentistry 



Edward James Lesko 
Harry George Leventyn 
Edward Harry Ragan 
Joseph James Rosenbush 
Robert Roy Rubin 
Donald Henry Rueter 
Clarence Schneider 
Harry Spodak 
Henry Lewis Wente 
Howard L. S. Werch 
Philip Wesoke 
Raymond Aubrey Winder 
Jack Ziment 



The Degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery 



Julius Berman, B.S. 

Frank Donald Bernard, B.S. 

Robert Rowley Bowman, B.S. 

James Harry Causer, Jr., A.B. 

Jacob Cohen, B.S. 

Robert Dane Curtis, B.S., with 

Honors 
Manual Dvorin 
Jack Ehrlich, B.S. 
Maurice Robert Fal stein 
Anthony Luke Gessay, B.S. 
Edward John Goggin, B.S. 



Ambrose Goldberg 
Philip Tobe Goldberg, B.S. 
Gordon Dunnington Heiple 
Dewey DeWitt Jackson, B.S. 
Anthony Louis Peters, B.S. 
Joseph Isadore Saposnik, B.S. 
Benjamin Bernard Shapiro, B.S. 
Kenneth Palmer Sharpe, B.S. 
Simpson Tannenbaum, B.S. 
Israel S. Wagman, B.S. 
Philip Allan Winston, B.S. 



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Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June 5, 1936 



The College of Pharmacy 

The Degree of Pharmaceutical Chemist 



Bela Horvath 
Bernard Henry Ksycki 
Peter Daniel Maggio 
Richard Kenneth Magid 
Chester Louis Prybylo 



Anthony Daniel Ravegnani 
Joseph Rutgard 
Sol Charles Sherman 
Edward Frank Vlack 



The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Pharmacy 



Robert William Elich, B.S. 

Abraham Endler 

Leland Everett Fetzer 

Raymond Fisher 

Raymond Joseph Fridrich 

Walter Allen Gher 

William A. Hoff 

Nathan Horowitz 

Marshall Hotz 

Kenneth Lyle Howell 

Dorothy Helen Hubler 

Edward John Jaruszewski, with High 

Honors 
Ignatius Joseph Kaski 
Edward Ernst King 
Elmer Guenther King, with High 

Honors 

CONSTANTINE GeORGE KoLOMATSKY, 

with High Honors 



Sister Mary Ethelberta Krebs 

Francis Xavier Lescher 

Jerome Martin Mitacek 

Michael Richard Mizen 

Carl George Mozenter 

Edward Casimir Rogowski 

Karl Blei Rosen 

Sam Ruttenberg 

J. Leonard Schallman 

Arthur Albert Schauer 

Jacob Shapiro 

Walter Joseph Sharka, Jr., with 

Honors 
Herman Silver 

Samuel Sonshine, with Honors 
Robert Geymer Steveley 
Sidney Asher Taylor 
Ethel Louise Tuscher 
Adam Everett Volkenant 



The Graduate School 

The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

In Bacteriology 

Marion Winifred Hood, A.B., Carroll College, 1918; A.M., University of Wis- 
consin, 1928. The relation between the oral and gastric bacterial flora. 

In Medicine 

Ford Kimmel Hick, M.D., M.S., 1931, 1933. Criteria of oxygen want with 
especial reference to neurocirculatory asthenia. 

In Pathology 

Perry Julius Melnick, B.S., M.S., M.D., 1927, 1929, 1930. The time factor in 
the irradiation of malignant tumors. 

The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Psychology 

Robert Crane Kammerer, A.B., 1933 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June 5, -rpj(5 35 

The Degree of Master of Science 

In Bacteriology 
^[ARIE Anna Hagele, B.S., Lewis Institute, 1931 
George Maurice Kalmanson, B.S., College of the City of New York, 1934 

In Dental Pathology and Therapeutics 
Edgar Herman Kramp, B.S., D.D.S., 1929, 1931 

In Medicine 
Samuel Liebman, B.S., 1934 

In Neuropsychiatry 
Chester Wade, B.S., 1934 

In Orthodontia 
Beulah Grattan Nelson, A.B., Northwestern University, 1921 ; D.D.S., 1930 

In Pathology 

Ben Willl^m Lichtenstein, B.S., M.D., 1930, 1932 
Everett Jacob Olenick, B.S., 1934 

In Pharmacology 
Jacob Francis Hahn, B.S., 1930 

In Physiology 

Lester Frands Mikkel Storm, B.S., Northwestern University, 1933 



Degrees Conferred Since the Last 
Commencement 



Conferred in August and October, 1935, 
and in February, 1936 



The Graduate School 

The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

Conferred in February, 1936 

In Bacteriology 

Frank Thorp, Jr., D.V.AI., Iowa State College, 1926; M.S., Virginia Poly- 
technic Institute, 1927. A bacteriological study of the aerobic flora occur- 
ring in pneumonic lungs of swine. 

In Chemistry 

S.^MUEL H. Eppstein, A.B., University of Chicago, 1929. The parenteral utili- 
zation of amino acids. 

Eugene Dodson Farley, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1931 ; M.S., 1933. Re- 
arrangements of the polyines: a study of the rearrangement product of 
tetraphenyl-ditertiarybutylethinyl-ethane. 

Jared Hewes Ford, A.B., Oberlin College, 1931 ; A.M., 1932. AUene-acetylene 
rearrangements in compounds related to diphenyldi-tertiary-butylditertiary- 
butylethinylethane. 

Bernard Samuel Friedman, A.B., 1930. I. 2-Aminophenyl-thiazoles. II. New 
reactions of gossypol. 

Kenneth Stanley Kemmerer, B.S., M.S., Beloit College, 1930, 1932. The 
metabolism of certain sulfur compounds related to cystine and methionine. 

William Joseph Sparks, A.B., A.M., University of Indiana, 1926, 1929. Rear- 
rangements of the polyines: a study of the rearrangement of tritertiary- 
butylethynl-methyl derivatives. 

Robert Rhorer Sterrett, B.S., Purdue University, 1931 ; M.S., St. Louis Uni- 
versity, 1932. The application of the x-ray diffraction technique to some 
problems of lubrication. 

In Classics 

Charles Clare Hower, A.B., North Central College, 1927; A.M., 1928. Studies 
on the so-called Accursiana Recension of the life and fables of Aesop. 

In Economics 

Harry Gray Brainard, B.S., M.S., University of North Carolina, 1930, 1931. 

The National Labor Board, 1933-1934. 
Wayne Farley Caskey, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1930; M.S., 1933. Some 

effects of seasonal milk production on marketing costs in the whole-milk 

industry. 
Virgil Dale Cover, B.S.C, University of Iowa, 1930; M.B.A., Northwestern 

University, 1931. Joseph Bartlett Eastman's economic and social views on 

transportation problems. 
William Randolph Curtis, A.B., A.M., University of North Carolina, 1930, 

1931. Some labor problems in the cotton textile industry. 
Theodore Christian Helmreich, A.B., A.M., 1932. The unemployment program 

of the German Government, 1930-1934. 

37 



38 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

Louis Jefferson Long, B.B.A., A.M., University of Colorado, 1930, 1931. Inter- 
state comity in income taxation. 

Jesse Taylor Palmer, B.S., M.S., 1928, 1931. Some effects of maintaining 
retail prices of whole milk at artificial levels. 

In Engineering 

Kenneth Cassingham Lyon, B.S., M.S., 1931, 1933. A study of the scratch 
hardness of certain glasses. 

In German 

Ian James Bald, A.B., Hamilton College, 1927; A.M., 1932. The Klagelied: a 
study of the German secular song of complaint and protest, 1450-1650. 

In History 

George Leighton LaFuze, A.B., A.M., University of Florida, 1928, 1929. Great 

Britain, France, and the Siamese question, 1885-1904. 
Almont Lindsey, B.S., Knox College, 1928; A.M., 1930. The town of Pullman 

as a social experiment. 
George William Frederick Stripling, A.B., 1933. The Ottoman Turks and the 

Arabs, 1511-1574. 

In Mathematics 

Gaines Barrett Lang, A.B., A.M., 1927, 1929. On finite systems of Hnear 
differential equations of infinite order with constant coefficients. 

In Psychology 

Richard Carnes Ledgerwood, A.B., A.M., Washington University, 1929, 1930. 
The constitution of the copulatory sequence in Drosophila melanogaster. 

In Romance Languages 

Luis Aviles, A.B., Park College, 1924; A.M., University of Kansas, 1929. 

Mexicana de Gabriel Lobo Lasso de la Vega. 
Peter S. Presta, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1929; A.M., 1931. The social 

attitude of the French Realists: a study of Flaubert, the Goncourt Brothers, 

Maupassant, and Alphonse Daudet. 

In Zoology 

Otto Erich Kugler, B.S., Elmhurst College, 1929; M.S., 1930. Ether soluble 
lipoid phorphorus lecithin and cephalin distribution in the development of 
the chick. 

The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Botany 

Margaret Middleton, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1929 (February) 
GuYDELL Lehman Schwartz, B.S., 1934 (February) 

In Chemistry 

Howard Charles Black, A.B., DePauw University, 1934 (August) 

Lucille Critchlow, A.B., Wooster College, 1920 (October) 

Herman Robert Rahn, B.S., 1930 (October) 

Edward Kenneth Skoog, A.B., University of Montana, 1933 (October) 

In Classics 

Elizabeth Myrtle Clifford, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1930 (October) 

Essie LeSure, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1921 (October) 

Ralph Herbert McMinn, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1929 (August) 
Mabel Naomi Nowlin, A.B., 1926 (October) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 39 

In Economics 

Curtis AIiller Elliott, A.B., 1934 (October) 
Melvin James Segal, A.B., Amherst College, 1932 (October) 
Lawrence Leslie Waters, B.S., Central Missouri State Teachers College, 1935 
(February) 

In Education 

Kimble Sampford Bishop, B.S., Southwestern Missouri State Teachers College, 
192S (October) 

Samuel AIelvin Bishop, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1927 
(October) 

R.\LPH Easton Clabaugh, B.S., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1931 
(October) 

Herbert Spenxer Davis, A.B., 1921 (August) 

KoNRAD Carl Dillow, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 
(February) 

Orpheus Chester Echols, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1926 (Oc- 
tober) 

Robert William English, B.S., James Millikin University, 1929 (October) 

Adeline Dorothy Firchau, A.B., 1928 (October) 

Virginia Costello Foster, B.S., 1929 (October) 

Harry Camden Gobble, B.S., 1927 (October) 

Bessie DeBord Hale, A.B., Northwestern University, 1912 (October) 

Julian House, B.S., 1929 (October) 

Marvin Harold Ihne, A.B., Illinois College, 1929 (August) 

Harry Theodore Keen, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1929 
(August) 

Ivan Jennings Laws, A.B., Carthage College, 1922; B.S., 1928 (October) 

Frederick Kendal Lingle, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 
1928 (October) 

Ronald Redvers Lowdermilk, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1927 
(October) 

Louis Rogers McDonald, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1926 (October) 

Clarence Alva Michelman, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1925 (October) 

S.A.LOME Susan Mitchell, A.B., Eureka College, 1922 (October) 

Agnes Louise Nelson, A.B., 1919 (October) 

John W.^lter Edgar Oster, A.B., McKendree College, 1929 (October) 

James Russell Peters, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1931 
(October) 

William Neal Phelps, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1929 
(August) 

Robert Montgomery Phillips, A.B., University of Nebraska, 1932 (October) 

Roberta Lee Poos, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1927 (October) 

Viola Katherine Powell, B.S., Ball State Teachers College, 1930 (February) 

James Lyle Sisk, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 
(August) 

Clifford Frederick Stiegemeier, A.B., James Millikin University, 1928 (Oc- 
tober) 

William Edwin Tallyn, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1933 (Oc- 
tober) 

LoY Ezra Wattles, A.B., McKendree College, 1929 (August) 

Robert Storey Wilson, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1926 (October) 

In English 

William Barton Bain, A.B., Miami University, 1934 (February) 
Blanche Bell, B.S., 1934 (February) 

Jessie B.\llard Cassidy, A.B., Park College, 1929 (August) 
Elizabeth Davenport Cogswell, A.B., Illinois College, 1923 (February) 
Verna Irene Crofts, A.B., Wheaton College, 1925 (February) 
Kermit Chancil Dehl, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1930 
(August) 



40 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

Helen Leneva Flowers, A.B., Fisk University, 1930 (October) 

George Frederick Haddock, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 

1930 (October) 
Amy Irene Hollem, B.Mus., B.S., 1923, 1928 (February) 

Opal Armitage Hoover, A.B., Emmanuel Missionary College, 1926 (October) 
Irene Marie Howell, A.B., 1933 (August) 

Mildred Odessa Lapan, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1922 (August) 
Erna Barbara Moehl, B.S., 1928 (October) 
John D. Morse, A.B., 1930 (February) 
Elizabeth Lucinda Scott, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1927 

(August) 
Mary Virginia Elizabeth Weber, A.B., Rosary College, 1934 (February) 

In Geography 

Ray Lane, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1934 (October) 

In German 

Caroline Luther, A.B., 1912 (October) 
Netta Virginia Niess, A.B., 1924 (August) 
Karl-Heinz Planitz, A.B., 1934 (October) 
Josephine Mary White, A.B., 1934 (October) 

In History 

Marie Louise Adams, A.B., MacMurray College, 1929 (February) 

Ethel Lavisa Butler, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1932 (October) 

John Edward Byrnes, A.B., Columbia College, 1926 (August) 

Atile Chiti, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1929 (October) 

Adele Cross, B.S., Purdue University, 1926 (October) 

Jessie Frances Dancey, A.B., 1934 (August) 

Beula Fern Hartley, B.S., 1927 (October) 

Keach Doyel Johnson, A.B., Illinois College, 1932 (August) 

Josephine Alice McGinty, B.S., 1929 (August) 

Elisabeth Ellen Menne, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1930 

(October) 
Mildred Alice Potter, A.B., Brenau College, 1933 (October) 
Nina Genevieve Reed, B.S., 1927 (October) 
George Winston Smith, A.B., 1934 (August) 

In Library Science 

Ruth Elizabeth Bergman, A.B., University of South Dakota, 1924; B.S. (Lib.), 

1929 (February) 
Helen Elizabeth Brown, A.B., H. Sophie Newcomb College, 1929; B.S., 1931 

(October) 
Lucy Brown Foote, B.S., George Peabody College, 1927 (October) 
Evelyn Mildred Hensel, B.S., Ohio State University, 1928; B.S. (Lib.), 1931 

(February) 
Clarice Emma Krieg, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1932; B.S., 1933 (October) 
Ruth Caroline Krlteger, B.S., Eastern State Normal School (S.D.), 1925; 

B.S. (Lib.), 1927 (February) 
Mahala Saville, B.S., A.B., University of Missouri, 1919, 1923 (October) 
Edith Winifred Van Sickle, A.B., Elmira College, 1924 (August) 

In Mathematics 

Reuben Albert Baumgartner, A.B., 1934 (August) 
James Dow Campbell, Jr., A.B., Vanderbilt University, 1934 (October) 
George Walter Carson, A.B., Hanover College, 1927 (October) 
Boyd Harshbarger, A.B., Bridgewater College, 1928; M.S., Virginia Poly- 
technic Institute, 1931 (August) 
Marian Alease Moore, A.B., Greenville College, 1929 (August) 
Nellie Fern Morris, A.B., 1925 (August) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 41 

Ollie Nathaniel Morris, A.B., 1929 (October) 

Tean Elizabeth Nelson, B.Ed., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1925; 
B.S., 1928 (August) 

In Philosophy 
Jesse DeBoer, A.B., Calvin College, 1933 (October) 

In Physics 

Elsie Irene Parrish McNeill, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal Univer- 
sity, 1931 (October) 

In Political Science 

Henry Hvvei Den, A.B., Southwestern College, 1934 (February) 

In Romance Languages 

Edward Sherman Beadle, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1931 (August) 

Frances Cass Crouse, B.S., 1931 (August) 

Felix Bruno Giovanelli, A.B., 1935 (February) 

Mary Elizabeth Klingner, A.B., 1934 (February) 

Mary Roberts, B.S., 1926, 1930 (October) 

Mary Lucille Scott, A.B., Augustana College, 1928 (October) 

Sister ^Iary Sheila Treston, A.B., Rosary College, 1927 (October) 

The Degree of Master of Science 

In Accountancy 

AIargaret Lamberton, B.S., 1925 (February) 

Walter Frazier Lawless, B.S., Monmouth College, 1928 (October) 

In Agronomy 

William Bryan Braeuninger, B.S., 1931 (February) 
Wilbur Calvin Brokaw, B.S., 1932 (February) 

In Bacteriology 

Anne Jessie Brittin, A.B., 1934 (August) 

Catherine Alma Donaldson, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1934 

(August) 
Earl Floyd Liddle, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 (October) 
Arthur Clarence Muns, A.B., B.S., 1930, 1932 (August) 

In Botany 

Stephen Diachux, B.S., Rhode Island State College, 1934 (October) 
Robert Virgil Drexler, B.S., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1934 (February) 
John William Selett, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1935 (August) 

In Business Organization and Operation 
Elizabeth AIay Lewis, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1929 (October) 

In Ceramic Engineering 
Cameron Gerald Harman, B.S., 1929 (October) 

In Chemistry 

George Bosworth Brown, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1934 (February) 

Albert Robert Hanke, B.S., 1933 (February) 

Glex Williard Hedrick, B.S., Eureka College, 1930 (October) 

Garland Miller Riegel, A.B., Central College, 1924 (October) 

Edward Martin Schap, A.B., University of Dubuque, 1927 (October) 

Glenn Edgar Ullyot, B.Chem., University of Minnesota, 1933 (August) 



42 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

Robert Clark Vandervoort, B.S., 1928 (October) 

Max Edward Woodworth, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1926 
(October) 

In Civil Engineering 

Mehmet Orhan Emre, B.S., Robert College, 1934 (February) 
Kenneth DeFord Morland, B.S., 1933 (February) 

In Economics 

Margaret Lucille Lowry, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 (Oc- 
tober) 
Zao-Ming Tsu, B.S., Chiao-Tung University, 1933 (February) 
Billy Earvey Wetzel, B.S., 1934 (October) 

In Education 

Arthur Guy Baker, B.S., 1928 (October) 

Robert Abraham Barr, B.S., 1927 (October) 

Elisha Hobson Baumgartner, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 

1926 (October) 
Eugene Henry Beaver, B.S., 1928 (October) 

Leon Fredric Beecher, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1928 (August) 
Donald Merrell Bethel, A.B., Parsons College, 1924 (February) 
Janet Marie Bock, B.S., North Central College, 1932 (October) 
Wallace Roy Brach, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1929 (October) 
Farwell George Brown, B.S., 1930 (October) 
Earl Alfred Carlson, B.S., 1928 (August) 

Roy Clark, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1933 (August) 
John Leonard Conant, B.S., 1927 (October) 
William Reynold Cordis, B.S., 1927 (August) 
Gerald Doolen Cox, B.S., 1929 (August) 
Paul Moody Crafton, B.S., Lincoln College, 1925 (August) 
Gerald Walden Dunn, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1930 

(October) 
Seth Arthur Fessenden, B.S., 1934 (October) 
Charles Thomas Gabbert, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1931 (October) 
Joe Newton Gerber, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1934 (October) 
Kathryn Gertrude Hansen, B.S., 1934 (February) 

Abel Aaron Hanson, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 (October) 
Albert Allen Holmes, A.B., Carthage College, 1923 (October) 
Jean Jay Jones, B.S., 1933 (October) 
James Frederick Karber, B.S., 1931 (August) 

George Young King, B.S., University of Southern California, 1930 (August) 
Ferne Viola Kuhlemeyer, A.B., 1925 (August) 
LeRoy Long, B.S., 1933 (October) 
Joseph Lee McAdam, B.S., 1932 (October) 
Wayne Edward McCleery, B.S., 1930 (October) 
Harold Everett Maurer, A.B., Bluffton College, 1934 (October) 
Frank Ewers Moore, Ph.B., Des Moines College, 1910 (October) 
Harold Gillfillan Moore, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1926 (October) 
Harry Aloysius Pacatte, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1929 

(October) 
James Earl Patton, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 (February) 
Floyd Otho Prout, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1931 

(August) 
Ercell Vance Purnell, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1927 

(February) 
Walter Henry Smith, B.S., 1929 (August) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 43 

Newton C. Stone, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1934 

(August) 
James Talbott, B.S., 1919 (October) 
Beryl Shenk Taylor, B.S., 1932 (February) 
HoYT Brooks Terrell, B.S., Earlham College, 1925 (August) 
Lena Z^Iae Van Etten, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 (August) 
John Harold \^oshall, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1929 

(August) 
Jefferson Lynn Wilson, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1927 (August) 
Louis Anton Wright, B.S., 1934 (February) 
Stella May Yackle, B.S., 1930 (August) 

In Electrical Engineering 

William Childs Curtis, B.S., 1934 (October) 
William Wright Hinshaw, B.S., 1933 (February) 
Marion Whitfield Woodruff, B.S., 1930 (October) 

In Entomology 
James Everett Bussart, B.S., 1926 (October) 

In Geology 
W^illiam Stokes McCabe, B.S., 1934 (October) 

In Library Science 

Flora Eckert, A.B., A.M., University of Texas, 1927, 1931 (October) 
Alexander Moffit, B.S., University of Iowa, 1926; B.S., 1931 (October) 

In Mathematics 
Roger Whitney Coble, A.B., 1934 (October) 
Pal-l Richard Halmos, B.S., 1934 (October) 

Homer Albert Maxey, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1929 (August) 
Paul Leslie Spencer, B.S., 1931 (August) 

In Physics 

Adam Clarke Beiler, B.S., Allegheny College, 1933 (February) 

Harry Buford Bridges, B.S., Southeastern Missouri State Teachers College, 

1931 (October) 
Ralph Bernard Howard, A.B., Wabash College, 1929 (October) 
Charles Randolph Marsh, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1934 

(August) 
Charles Sheldon Sharp, B.S., McKendree College, 1932 (August) 

In Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 
Ronald Nathan Arnold, B.S., Glasgow University, 1932 (February) 

In Zoology 

Truman Linden Chiles, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1927 (February) 

Charles Roscoe Evans, B.S., Monmouth College, 1928 (October) 

William George Edward Lathrop, A.B., 1934 (October) 

Louise Plaster, B.S., 1928 (October) 

Walter Merritt Scruggs, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1928 

(August) 
Wade Alexander Steel, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 

1930 (October) 



44 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 



The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

The Degree of Bachelor of Arts 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Florence Irene Adams (February) 
John Mueller Anderson, with High 

Honors in Philosophy (August) 
Ruth Carol Bauersfeld (February) 
WiLMA Irene Beane (February) 
Paul Leland Beem (August) 
Walter Carl Bentrup (August) 
Virginia Ann Brubaker (February) 
Robert Hatch Brunsman, with 

Honors in Political Science 

(February) 
Redmond Ambrose Burke (February) 
Mary Frances Rose Burnham 

(February) 
Ruth Elizabeth Campbell 

(February) 
George Whitham Carlin (October) 
Paul John Cooke, with Honors in 

English (February) 
John Alvin Corrington (February) 
Merlin Gwinn Cox (August) 
Elinor Taylor Davis (October) 
Beatrice Ada Densmore (February) 
Arthur Chase Dix (October) 
Maude May Dolan, with Honors in 

English (October) 
Francis James Duffy (February) 
Harry Walter Durand (August) 
Bernice Brinkema Ennis (February) 
Florence Gethner (October) 
Frieda Gollin (August) 
Maximino Bernardo de Guzman 

(February) 
Audrey Adrienne Hoffman 

(February) 
Harry David Holt (February) 
William Howard Howell (October) 
Edward Leonard Jarl, Jr. 

(February) 
Helen Carolyn Jilek (February) 
Virginia Elizabeth Johnson 

(February) 
Donald Howell Keil (August) 
Mary Graham Kervey (February) 
Mary Josephine Kientzle 

(February) 
August Beltzner King (October) 
Erland Lannerud (February) 
Samuel Houston Lay (February) 



Frances Laile Leavitt (February) 
Ruth Elizabeth Leydig (October) 
Golden A. McConnell (October) 
John Williams McHarry, Jr. 

(October) 
John Stanley McVickar (August) 
Bernard George Maxwell (February) 
Clement Sterling Mokstad 

(February) 
Natalie Eliza Murray (February) 
Benny Naurich (February) 
Sarah Chever Oliver (August) 
Robert Leonard Paleias (August) 
Darrell Adams Parker, with Honors 

in History (August) 
George Parucka (October) 
Catherine Angela Pepin (February) 
William George Potstock (February) 
Grace Gertrude Presler (August) 
Lewis James Rossiter (October) 
Stella Marie Salveson (October) 
MuRRiLL David Sanders, with Honors 

in English (February) 
Bruce Raymond Schouten (October) 
Ruth Hulda Schrenk (February) 
Jesse Washington Shaw (August) 
Marion Rives Shutzbaugh 

(October) 
Donald Henry Smale (February) 
Marjorie Charleen Smith (October) 
Ruth Elizabeth Smith (August) 
John Kelley Snook (October) 
Mary E. Stander (February) 
Jim Elmer Stiehl (February) 
William Allen Summers (October) 
Eugene Emanuel Tappero (October) 
Lawrence Edward Tex (February) 
John Edwin Tobie (October) 
Cecil Herman Van Etten (October) 
Edward John Van Loon (February) 
Lester A'Iiller Van Tress (October) 
Laura Mary Ventresca (February) 
Carl John Weinman, with Honors in 

Entomology (February) 
Guy Rpiodes Williams (February) 
Gene Willis (February) 
Evelyn Louise Wood (February) 
Evelyn Mae Wrede (February) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 45 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Liberal Arts and Sciences 

HoBART Lawrence Boyd (August) William Robert McClellan, with 
Richard James Christman High Honors in Chemistry 

(February) (February) 

Louis Julius Craig (August) James Kenneth Milligan (October) 

Catherine Denkmann Hauberg Lila Gene Sherritt (October) 

(February) Dorothy M. Sutherland (February) 

Charles F. Holman (August) Charles Dickson Trombold 

(February) 

In Chemical Engineering 

Harrison Charles Blankmeyer Lyle William Papendick 

(February) (February) 

Lloyd Emil Dimond (February) Robert Allison Wynes (October) 

Austin Frederick Fanckboner 

(August) 

In Chemistry 

Vincent Frank Balaty (October) Kenneth Leonard Olson (October) 

Donald Charles Isted (February) Arthur Allen Warford (October) 



The College of Commerce and Business 
Administration 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Accountancy 

Herbert Methven Barton Walter Robert McKeag (February) 

(February) Ellis Lowell Miller (February) 

Samuel Harry Berger (October) AIax Raphael Pekarsky (February) 

Kenneth Camden (October) Clarke LeRoy Shabino, with Honors 
Louis Edward Darscheid (August) in Accountancy (February) 

Helen Janet Harman (August) Charles Shauger (February) 
Edward Henry Kann (August) 

In Banking and Finance 

Roland Brelsford Douglass Frederick Lane Miller, with High 

(October) Honors (August) 

Robert Dale Ferguson (February) William Joseph Schlatter, with 
INIarlin Haas (October) Honors (October) 

Harold Hershy Jacobs (February) James Nelson Speer (February) 

In Commerce and Law 

Paul Alexander Altier (October) Robert Holland Chase (February) 

John Barr (October) George Robert Gauen (October) 

Bernard Benedetto (February) James Allen Powers (October) 
Hervey Edward Benson (February) 

In Foreign Commerce 
Andrew Ernst Helwig (August) 



46 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

In General Business 

Carlton Jervis Aydelotte John Henry Logli (October) 

(February) Thomas Joseph McMurry (August) 

Kenneth Gilbert Baldwin (August) John Carr Maulding (August) 

Edwin Gene Berbaum (February) John William Hodson Readey 
George Wesley Braun (October) (October) 

Charles Albert Chester (October) Carl Herman Rieger (October) 

Martha Dean (August) Frederick Culbertson Rueckert 
Orville Ward Eldred (February) (October) 

George Albert Erbeck (October) Lillian Ann Saltzman (August) 

Raymond Finfgeld (February) Edward Schaefer (February) 

RoYCE Herbert Foley (February) Howard Edgar Sears (August) 

George Rudolph Frederick Lawrence August Sticker 

(February) (February) 

Allen Dwight Fullerton (February) Paul James Van Gilder (October) 

Carl Henry Grahl (October) Clarence Vroegindewey (February) 

John Janovic, Jr. (February) Isaac Newton Walker (February) 

In Industrial Administration 

Robert Herman Beckman (August) Clarence Robert Plankenhorn 
Hugh Thompson Bundy (February) (February) 

Richard Harry Luders (February) 

The College of Engineering 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Ceramic Engineering 
Jack Cash Bell (February) Cecil Kenneth Keller (February) 

In Ceramics 
William Stuart Debenham 
(October) 

In Civil Engineering 

RizAL Donalbo Abrina (February) Anthony Rogers, Jr. (October) 

David William Chase (October) Jewell Howard Stephenson 
Wilson Lamoreaux Dornaus (February) 

(February) Edward Raymond True (October) 
Andrew Vern Plummer (February) 

In Electrical Engineering 

Morgan L. Edwards, Jr. (February) Leslie Arthur Reinking (February) 
Henry William Keller (October) Donald Paul Zochert (February) 

John Allen McDorman (October) 

In Engineering Physics 
Ralph Emerson Turner (February) 

In General Engineering 
Douglas McGinty (October) 

In Mechanical Engineering 

George Adrian Collins, Jr. Frank Blake Foster, with Honors 

(February) (February) 

Paul Przemyslaw Ficnerski Paul Gallagher (February) 

(October) Armando Carlos Tejada, U. 
Thomas Ferguson Fleming (October) (February) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 



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The College of Agriculture 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Agriculture 



Edward Joseph Barnes (February) 
Herman Marion Davis (February) 
Merritt Eugene Doneghue 

(February) 
Earl Francis Elson (February) 
Hubert Just Fombelle (February) 
Benjamin Burnham Harrison 

(February) 
Richard Patterson Hartman, with 

Honors (February) 
Robert Ward Hughes, with Honors 

(February) 
Howard Stephen Hussey (February) 
Kenneth Joe Johnson (February) 
Cyril Rodes Laffoon (February) 
Myron William Langhorts 

(October) 
Earl AIelvin Lutz (February) 
Bert Merlyn McKee (February) 
James W. Meridith (October) 



William Carroll Mummert 

(February) 
Paul Lewis Poirot, with High 

Honors (February) 
Paul Whitehead Reddish 

(February) 
Charles Richard Sayre (October) 
Cletius Steed (October) 
John Arnold Stratton (February) 
Philip William Struble (February) 
Richard Stephen Vaninger 

(February) 
Gayle Eugene Whittaker 

(February) 
Walter Joe Wills, with High Honors 

(February) 
William Harold Witt (October) 
Vernon Leslie Wolland (February) 
Edward Fletcher Woodmansee 

(February) 



In Home Economics 



Alice Halene Dunn (October) 
Eva AIae Gillespie (October) 
Alma Maude Moore (October) 
Leona Maxine Mummert (February) 
Margaret Eloyse Vance (October) 



Leone Allen Waddell (February) 
Lela Estelin Watts (February) 
Katharine Augusta White, with 

Honors (October) 
Mary Ellen Wilbraham (February) 



The College of Education 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Education 



Louise Allen (October) 
Geneva Lorraine Barker (August) 
Opal Addie Baskin (February) 
Ebba Eleanor Berg (October) 
Betty Lou Bills (February) 
Victoria Elizabeth Bostic (October) 
Cornelia Blum (October) 
Pearl Clara Buzy (February) 
Helen Catherine Gallery (October) 
Virginia Dow Casto (February) 
Yolande Elwood Clevenger 

(February) 
Katherine Colyer (October) 
Evelyn Lucille Curtis (October) 
Jeanne Marie Cutler (February) 
Otis Dante (February) 
James Robertson Demorest 

(February) 
Helen Elizabeth Duppe (August) 



Norma Estelle Eirich (August) 
Helen Blondelle Eldridge (October) 
Mary Domonica Fanti (August) 
Lajoie Jessie Foulk (October) 
Maurice Harold Friedman 

(February) 
Ross Wayne Gates (October) 
Francis William Graham (October) 
Steve George Grohar (February) 
Aleen Elizabeth Hahn (August) 
Marien Ellen Harmison (February) 
Charles Frederick Hennecke 

(February) 
Vivian Seeley Helmer (February) 
Everett Arthur Hill (October) 
Chester LaVerne Holstrum 

(February) 
Claude Lester Howell (February) 
Coral Maurine Jury (February) 



48 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

EiMEi Kato (February) Jeannette Naomi Shaff (October) 

Marguerite Neely Kirkling Mary Winifred Skinner, with Honors 

(October) in Art (February) 

Celia Elfrieda Koelmel (August) Pauline Mildred Slepicka 
Helen Margaret Lantz (February) (February) 

Edith Etta Lason (February) Amelia Eleanor Smith (February) 

Eugene George Laughery (February) Jesse Euphelia Smith (August) 

Martha Virginia Law (February) Katherine Elizabeth Stapp 
Maurice Noyes Lawler (February) (October) 

Dorothy Juanita Lindley (August) Janet McCure Strong (August) 

Elinor Lourie (October) Lloyd Raymond Swengel (October) 

Dorothy R. McReynolds McClure Homer Manford Tabor (October) 

(October) Harold Teitelbaum (February) 

Lizzie Lamport McReynolds Frances Joan Thurston (February) 

(February) James Albert Tomlinson (October) 

Catherine Elizabeth Martin John Toncoff (February) 

(February) Lee Richard Vincent (August) 

Geneva Carolyn Mathis (February) Olive Eloise Walker (October) 

Elma Mathilda Meyer (August) William Howell Waller (February) 

Lucille Elizabeth Mieher (October) Helen Margaret Wasson (February) 

Eleanor Barbara Monnix (February) Doyel Pritchett Wendell 
John Wesley Neher (October) (February) 

EsTELLE Anita Rapaport (October) James Barrow White (October) 

Virginia Eloise Rech (February) Henry Wiederhold (February) 

Bess Mabel Saddoris (October) Julius Francis Wiese (February) 
Kathryn Margaret Sellers 

(October) 

In Home Economics Education 

Anna Katherine von Almen Barbara Lucille Richards (August) 
(February) 

In Industrial Education 

Edwin Earl Long (August) Ronald Charles Shafer (February) 



The College of Fine and Applied Arts 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Architecture 

Harold Hillard Crost (February) Max Otto Urbahn (February) 

Albert Meyer Goedde (February) Nathan Wilkinson, Jr. (October) 

Thomas Fredrick Steigelman 
(October) 

In Public School Music 
Ruth Louise Elliott (August) Judith Finkel (February) 

The Degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts 

In Painting 
Betty Janet Smith (August) 

The Degree of Bachelor of Music 

Neva Pearl Gloyd (August) William Robert King (August) 

Harold Adams Johnson (August) Ann Russell Young (February) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 49 

The College of Law 

The Degree of Bachelor of Laws 

William Sheppard Angell, A.B., William Leslie Naftzger, A.B., 

Knox College, 1931 (October) DePauw University, 1931 

Caslon Kent Bennett, B.S., 1933 (February) 

(February) Robert Gilchrist Ottesen, B.S., 1930 
Harold Samuel Dawson, B.S., 1931 (August) 

(February) John Louis Poole, B.S., 1930 (August) 

William Jackson Gilliland, A.B., Alfred Harry Reichman, A.B., 1934 

1934 (February) (February) 

Herbert (Grossman, A.B., 1933 Milton Emanuel Reingold, B.S., 1932 

(October) (February) 

NoRVAL Douglas Hodges (February) Paul Thornton Riggle, A.B., 1933 
Warren Jefferson Lewis, A.B., 1934 (August) 

(February) John Frederic Robinson, A.B., 1933 
Robert Hendren McCarthy, A.B., (February) 

Bradley Polytechnic Institute, Carl Dallas Sneed, A.B., 1933 

1932 (October) (February) 

Lowell Roy McConnell, B.S., 1934 William Lee Springer, A.B., DePauw 

(August) University, 1931 (August) 

Louis Lynn Mason, A.B., 1934 John William Suddes (February) 

(August) Harold Tucker (February) 

James Leopold Waring, A.B., 1933 
(February) 

The School of Journalism 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Journalism 

Arthur Eugene Blackstone, Jr. Vera Rose Kriz (October) 

(August) Maurice Arthur Melfarb (February) 

Robert Louis Foster (August) Dorothy Ann Turnquist (August) 

John Patrick Hanafin (August) Virden Renne Waters (August) 
Maxine Mildred Jackson (February) 

The School of Physical Education 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Physical Education 
Rebecca Anne Lydy (October) 

The Library School 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Library Science 

Eva Faye Benton, A.B., A.M., 1929, AIarie Campbell Friedline, A.B., Coe 
1934 (August) College, 1933 (October) 

Glendola Maurlne Collins, A.B., Rose AIcGlennon, B.S., University of 
Butler University, 1934 (August) Minnesota, 1924 (August) 



50 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

The College of Medicine 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Medicine 

J. Joseph Align (October) Henry Bernard Goldt (February) 

John Dempsie Boland (February) John Richard Heaton (February) 

Bruce Morgan Brown (October) Meyer Walter Kobrinsky (October) 

Harry Louis Deutsch (October) Milton Lerner (February) 

Theodore Jacob Dulin (February) Joseph Milton Levenson (October) 

Katherine Duncan (February) Philip Milton Marcus (February) 

Lester H. Eisendorf (October) Paul Joseph O'Neill (February) 

Raymond K. Elliott (October) Louis Judea Perlmutter (October) 

Everett George Falconer (February) Paul Quayle Peterson (October) 

Robert Vernon Ferrell (February) Vladimir Christov Svetanov 
Franz Karl Fleischli (October) (October) 

Robert George Fox (October) James Bruce Waller (October) 
William Oilman (October) 

The Degree of Bachelor of Medicine 

Robert Friedenberg (October) 

The Certificate in Medicine 

Gerson Faden, A.B. (June 28, 1935) 
Jacob Francis Hahn, B.S. (July i, 1935) 
Garland Uriah Jamison, A.B. (March 20, 1936) 
Benjamin Bernard Rosen (September i, 1935) 
William Henry Kaeiser (June 26, 1935) 

The Degree of Doctor of Medicine 

George Henry Agate, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Joseph Albaum, B.S. (December 8, 1935) 

Elmer Arnold Albers, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Glen C. Andersen, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Edward Ragnar Anderson, B.S. (September 30, 1935) 

Julius Aronow, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Abraham Aronson, B.S. (June 15, 1935) 

Edwin Francis Baker (July i, 1935) 

Norman Ludlow Baker, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Eli Bard, B.S. (December 31, 1935) 

George William Itzweire Bard, B.S. (December 31, 1935) 

Edward Stuart Baxter, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Alfred Paul Bay, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Paul Lincoln Bedinger, A.B., B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Myron Clyde Benford, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Max Berg, B.S. (September 30, 1935) 

Irving Berger (December 31, 1935) 

Maxwell Robert Bernstein, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Charles Arthur Billings, A.B. (July i, 1935) 

Melvin Frank Otto Blaurock, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Edward Vincent Boarini, Ph.C. (July i, 1935) 

Willis Julian Bogue, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Edward J. Bomze, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Chester Dale Bradley (June 23, 1935) 

Myer Freeman Brodkin, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Charles Edward Brown (July i, 1935) 

David Joseph Brown, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Earl Clifford Bucher, A.B., B.S. (July i, 1935) 

George Hickman Burkhart (July i, 1935) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Com mencement 51 

Herschel Smith Burns, A.B., M.S. (July i, 1935) 

Richard Thomas Calosio, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Robert Raphael Citron, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

William Anthony Clarke (July i, 1935) 

Sidney Sol Cohen, B.S. (June 25, 1935) 

Morton Irving Cole (July i, 1935) 

Arthur Edwin Cooper (July i, 1935) 

Robert Paul Coseglia, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Harry Myer Crystal, B.S. (June 15, 1935) 

Frank Benson Deardorff, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Harry Carroll DeBourcy, A.B. (July i, 1935) 

Edward E. DeLong (July i, 1935) 

Lucius Matlock Dillman, B.S., M.S. (July i, 1935) 

Benjamin Burt Elster, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Maurice Graziano Farinacci, B.S. (February i, 1936) 

Samuel Harold Feinhandler, B.S., with Honors (September 30, 1935) 

Marshall Louis Fisher, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Morris E. Fox (September 30, 1935) 

Vincent Freda, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

John Joseph Freeman, B.S. (June 9, 1935) 

John William Fricke (December 31, 1935) 

Leon Thomas Fruin, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Willard Wilson Fullerton, A.B., B.S. (June 15, 1935) 

AvisoN Gano (July i, 1935) 

William Gernon, B.S. (December 31, 1935) 

Robert Wagner Glenn (July i, 1935) 

Hyman Harry Goldstein, B.S. (September 30, 1935) 

Hyman Samson Gordon, B.S. (June 9, 1935) 

Frank Bernard Green (July i, 1935) 

Henry Arthur Grennan, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Joseph Goddard Gustafson, B.S. (June 15, 1935) 

Laurie John Hakala (June 25, 1935) 

Henry Russell Hall, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Henry Arnold Hanelin (September 30, 1935) 

Jesse Freeland Harrold (July i, 1935) 

Kyle Chester Hawkins, B.S. (November 22, 1935) 

Noel John Hershey, A.B., B.S. (July i, 1935) 

William Hoffstadter, B.S. (September 30, 1935) 

Clarence P. Holoffe, B.S. (June 22, 1935) 

Theodore Holstein, B.S. (December 31, 1935) 

Louis Alois Holub, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

John Francis Huffman, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Jerome Jacob Hurwich, M.S. (September 30, 1935) 

Maurice Bernard Jacobs, B.S. (December 31, 1935) 

Herman Roy Johnson (July i, 1935) 

Titus Maurice Johnson, A.B., B.S., M.S. (July i, 1935) 

Harold Kahn, M.S. (December 31, 1935) 

Seymour Pass Kaiz (December 31, 1935) 

Benjamin Kaplan (July i, 1935) 

Maurice Kaplan, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Charles Grovenor Keigwin, B.S. (September 30, 1935) 

David Kleiman, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

John Louis Koza (June 9, 1935) 

Robert Eugene Kraft, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Irving Krakower, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Frank Henry Kuczewski (July i, 1935) 

Mitchell Edward Langner (July i, 1935) 

MoREY Lapin, A.B., B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Irving Harold Lederman, AI.S. (June 25, 1935) 

Carl James Lehwald, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Robert George Lemon, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

3.I1LTON Levine, B.S. (July i, 1935) 



$2 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencemen t 

William Forrester Maley, A.B., B.S. (June 9, 1935) 

Glenn Robert Marshall, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Robert Edgar Martin (July i, 1935) 

John Haley Mathis, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Harold O. Meisenheimer (July i, 1935) 

Wilbur June Menke, Jr., A.B., B.S. (October i, 1935) 

Walter Ulysses Miller, A.B., M.S. (July i, 1935) 

William Dean Mohlenbrock (July i, 1935) 

IvA Glene Murphy, A.B., with Honors (July 22, 1935) 

Mitchell Joseph Nechtow, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Thomas Finn Nelson, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Harry Hyman Nierenberg, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Paul James O'Brien, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

William Ocasek, Jr. (July i, 1935) 

William Frederick Oehler (July i, 1935) 

Henry Bernard Okner, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

James Emmett O'Malley, B.S., M.S. (July i, 1935) 

Forest Caleb Parker (July i, 1935) 

Ben Pass (December 31, 1935) 

Alfred Lionel Piser, B.S. (June 9, 1935) 

Marie Bepko Puumala, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Irving Bernard Richter, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Bert Rightman (June 22, 1935) 

William Victor Roberson, B.S. (October i, 1935) 

Brockway Roberts, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Ralph Eugene Rosen, B.S. (December 31, 1935) 

David Rosenbloom, B.S., M.S. (July i, 1935) 

Henry Carl Rosenstiel, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

John Bernard Roth, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Charles Francis Rov^^, A.B., B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Milton Morris Scheffler, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Joseph G. Schoolman, A.B. (June 15, 1935) 

Harry Schultz, B.S. (September 30, 1935) 

Harry Robert Schwartz, B.S., with Honors (July i, 1935) 

John Chapell Scully, B.S. (September 30, 1935) 

Ralph Millard Seaton (December 10, 1935) 

Robert Mayr Shagam, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Harold Louis Shinall, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Martha Frances Simon (July i, 1935) 

Albert H. Slepyan, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Anton Smerz, B.S., with Honors (July i, 1935) 

Leroy Thomas Telford (March 15, 1936) 

Clyde Oral Thomas (July i, 1935) 

Philip Gordon Thomsen (July i, 1935) 

Alex Sol Tulsky, B.S., with Honors (July i, 1935) 

Leonard Wachs, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

David Victor Wachsman (October 31, 1935) 

Julius Weinberg (June 10, 1935) 

Edward H. Weis (July i, 1935) 

Robert E. Widerborg (September 30, 1935) 

John Paul Winn, B.S. (July i, 1935) 

Carlton Emil Wittenberg, B.S. (June 18, 1935) 

Warren William Young (July i, 1935) 

Walter Jacob Zeiter, B.S. (June 15, 1935) 



The College of Dentistry 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Dentistry 
Caesar Richard Ruggieri (February) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 53 

The College of Pharmacy 
The Degree of Pharmaceutical Chemist 

Alfred Catelani (February) Edward Thomas Grams (February) 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Pharmacy 

Sister Hiltrudis Chlebik (February) Sister Ev arista Higgins (February) 

The Graduate School 

(DEGREES CONFERRED IN CHICAGO) 

The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

In Physiology 

Howard Chester Peters, B.S., Northwestern University, 1932. A study of fac- 
tors influencing the energy metabolism of the mamalian heart. (February) 

The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Psychology 

Margaret Tedrick Davidson, A.B., 1933 (October) 
Raymond Edward Scharpen, A.B., 1932 (February) 

The Degree of Master of Science 

In Bacteriology 
Herman Charles Mason, B.S., University of Chicago, 1932 (February) 

In Juvenile Behavior 
Augusta True Jameson, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1926 (October) 

In Orthodontia 

Gerald Thomas Milliette, B.S., University of Dayton, 1930; D.D.S., Mar- 
quette University, 1931 (February) 

In Pathology 
Elmer Joseph Kocour, B.S., M.D., 1930, 1933 (February) 

In Physiology 
Solomon Carl Werch, B.S., 193 1 ; M.D., 1934 (February) 

In Psychiatry 

Samlt:l B. Broder, A.B., University of Pennsylvania, 1926; M.D., Rush Medi- 
cal School, 1933 (February) 



Military Commissions 

Second Lieutenants, Officers' Reserve Corps, United States Army 
Presented in May, ips6 



Field Artillery 



Gale Benton Aydelotte* 
Clark Allison Bailey* 
George Dallas Barnes* 
Allan Jennings Barney 
Paul James Bidle 
WiLLARD Herbert Bixby 
Wallace Fr.a.ncis Bowen* 
John Clinton Brogan* 
John Leo Brown 
Otis Barton Brown* 
William Edward Brubaker, Jr. 
Leo Burdzeus 

Robert Christian Canaday* 
Kenneth Eugene Carpenter* 
Roman Bernard Dahmus* 
Robert Miller Derrough* 
Don William Dixon* 
William Herbert Farrimond 
DoN.\LD Edward Glassco* 
Elton Evtritt Hill 
John Edward Irland* 
Theodore Kiersch 
DoNAN Charles Kirley* 
Ivan Darrel Kovacic* 



William Hammond Allen* 
John Denholm Amerman 
Harold George Bauman 
Gale Cosart Corley* 
Noble Richard Duncan 
Herbert Louis Frank* 
Michael Robert Galland* 
Edwin Russell Hodges* 
Lawrence Norman Jensen 
Joseph Moody Johnson* 
John Greene Junius* 
Edwin Allan Kitch* 
Charles James Larson* 
Lloyd Leslie McDaniel 
Richard Dale ALa.nsfield* 
Herman Monroe Marlow* 
Ray Arthur Masek* 
Don Vincent AIaxfield* 
Dixon Doughty Moorhead* 



Winston Edward Black* 
John Keenen Brinkerhoff* 
Samuel Nick Daniels 



Harauld Dean Langham* 
Robert Lee McDonald* 
Joseph Edward Mann* 
Robert Hughs Moats* 
Leonard Kaden Nitz 
Robert Worth Rhinehart 
Ralph Arnold Ruud* 
Robert Reid Scaife* 
Harold Albert Schwartz 
Charles William Smith* 
Bert Philo Snow* 
Steven Frank Steib* 
Paul Tyler Talbott* 
Kenneth Lewis Trefftzs* 
Don Martin Troll 
Stephen Anthony Ucherek 
Ellsworth George Van Orman* 
Bruno Joseph Verbeck* 
William Thomas Vogt* 
Edgar Franklin Walborn 
Joseph Anton Wanderscheid 
Robert Morse Webber 
William Anthony Whitehouse 
Leonard Henry Ziehm* 

Cavalry 

Edgar Louis Moorman 
Durward Joaquin Paddock* 
George Francis Pawling 
Kermit Melvin Pennington* 
Robert David Poole 
Chalmer Morgan Price* 
Jay Robert Prillaman* 
Albert Reich mann, Jr.* 
Joe Howard Serkowich* 
Maurice Johnson Shroyer 
Keith Skinner Smith* 
Max Donald Snider* 
William Emerson Spence* 
Lowell Albert Spires* 
William Phillips Talbot* 
William Robert Watson* 
Grable Barceleaux Weber, Jr. 
Charles Joseph Zaloudek* 

Engineers 

Richard Arnot Duncan* 
Clifton Wayne Gano* 
Fred Carl Heinig* 



'Recommended for Commissions as Brevet Captains in the Illinois National Guard. 



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Military Commissions 



William Edward Hendricksen* 
James William Herrington* 
Harry Lester Hyndman, Jr. 
Robert James Johnson* 
Paul Joseph Kunzer* 
Ralph Guy La Baw* 
Marcus Westerfeld Levy* 
Valentine Benedict McGowan* 
Lyman Maurice Moore* 
Robert Willard Pachaly* 
Clarence Andrew Pippin* 



William Clarence Pittman* 
Carey Lee Pruitt* 
William George Reynolds 
Warren Robert Richardson 
Alexander Sharav* 
Charles Monroe Slaymaker 
Charles Joseph Smittkamp* 
LuDwiG Theodore Stoyke* 
Everette Michael Volle* 
Lewis Clarence Wilcox* 



Coast Artillery 



George Berdine Brown* 
Robert Hatch Brunsman 
Norman Richard Carson 
Charles Wilbur Casey* 
John Cerutti* 
Gillard Donald Dearlove* 
William Frank Debelak 
Edwin William Dietterle 
Fred Edward Dueker* 
Arthur Edwin Fisher* 
Earl Lawrence Greenwood* 



Joseph Barney Lanterman* 
Charles Joseph Lerner* 
Richard Frederick Lorenz* 
John Carson Lumbattis* 
William Boyd McKinstry, Jr.* 
Harold Vandersand Martin* 
Homer Eldridge Montgomery* 
Harry Kolb Nagel* 
William Delmar Raddatz 
Richard Stanley Sheldon* 
Gordon Gray Warder 



Infantry 



Francis William Anderson* 

Arthur Rutherford Armstrong* 

James Daniel Benner* 

Howard Joseph Caquelin 

Andrew Cherry* 

Kenneth Theodore Curfman 

Arthur Ray Gault 

RosARio Anthony Gaziano* 

Homer Langdon Hadley, Jr. 

Glade F. Haist* 

Frank Charles Harrison* 



William Burnell Hinote 
Irwin Raymond Hoener* 
Milton Wilkinson Keach* 
Walter Joseph Matella 
Willard Arends Merle* 
MiLO Calvin Morgan* 
Joseph Mark Schumacher 
Robert Joseph Steiskal 
W. Homer Switzer 
William Frederick Wernle* 



Signal Corps 



John William Bodnar* 
Paul Gordon Gray* 
Paul Henry Lanphier* 
Frank Marion Miramonti* 



Howard Tames Nagle* 
Evan Eugene Olm stead 
Edgar August Post* 



Frank Joseph Kolar* 



Chemical Warfare 



Presented in February, iq^6 



William Francis Caufield* 
Richard James Christman* 
Leland Wayne Cramer, Jr.* 
William Raymond Crockett* 
Matthew Peter Dobrinic* 
Martin John Fischer* 
Miles Edward Hess* 



Howard Harold Heyman* 
Robert Ward Hughes* 
Wilhelm Hinrich Janssen* 
John Carr Maulding* 
Calvin Frederick Peters* 
William George Potstock* 
Alexander Wallace Wilson* 



^Recommended for Commissions as Brevet Captains in the Illinois National Guard. 



Prizes and Awards 



Colleges and Schools at Urbana 



Allerton American Traveling 
Scholarships in Architecture 
Robert Bush Little 
Donald Ricker Hodgson 

Alpha Chi Sigma Plaque in 
Chemistry 
Frederick Albert Yeoman 

Alpha Rho Chi Medal in 
Architecture 

RUDARD ARTABAN JoNES 

Alpha Zeta Cup in Agriculture 
Donald Elmo Larimore 

American Institute of Architects 
Medal 
Arthur Richard Williams, First 
Edward Hale Fairbank, Second 

American Legion Medals 
George Sterba, Field Artillery 
Thomas Lee Ridge, Cavalry 
Kenneth Carl Anderson, Coast 

Artillery 
Charles Elmer Wright, Engineers 
Miles Schmid Duwe, Infantry 
Joseph Kenneth Decker, Signal 
Corps 

American Society of Civil 
Engineers Awards 

Central Illinois Section: 
Winston Edward Black 
RuDARD Artaban Jones 
William Edward Hendricksen 

Illinois Section: 
James Donald Taylor 

Baker Prizes in Civil Engineering 
Robert Crawford Hieronymus, 

First 
Gordon Lutz Jeppesen, Second 

Beta Gamma Sigma Prize in 
Commerce 
Robert Henry Weik 

Cavalry Medal 
Dexter Raymond Barrett 



Chi Omega Prize in Sociology 
Mary Ellen Brown 

Thomas Arkle Clark (Phi Eta 
Sigma) Scholarship Prize 

William Bertan Katz 

Delta Theta Epsilon Trophy in 
Physical Education 

John James Watt 

English Poetry Prize 

James Louis Jackson 

Field Artillery Trophies (Connor 
Cups) 
James Darwin Lierman, Freshman 
Roy Wilson Taylor, Sophomore 
Harold Winther Busch, Junior 

Gamma Sigma Delta Prize in 
Agriculture 
Donald Francis McMillen 

Guild Memorial Prize in Play- 
Writing 

Louis Earl Hartman 

Harker Prizes in Law 

BoNiTA Clara Matthews (Senior, 

1925) 
Hiram Henry Lesar (Junior, 1935) 

Hazelton Medals in Military 
Science 
Robert Doyle Shaffer, First 
George Dodge Walraven, Jr., 
Second 

Intercollegiate Conference Medal 
for Excellence in Scholarship 
and Athletics 
Arthur Edwin Fisher 

Iota Sigma Pi Prize in Chemistry 

Ruth Elizabeth Sommer 
Lorraine Woolley 

Kate Neal Kinley Memorial 

Fellowship in the Fine Arts 
Stanley Fletcher, B.M., University 
of Michigan, 1933 



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Prizes and Awards 



Mu Kappa Alpha Cup in Music 
Eleanor Louise Krughoff 

Omega Beta Pi Prize in Pre- 
Medical Work 
Louis Emmerson Ward 

Pershing Rifles Award 
Francis Woodrow Adams 

Phalanx Awards 
Robert Francis Wallace, Field 

Artillery 
Robert Doyle Shaffer, Cavalry 
Ralph Virgil McCarthy, Coast 

Artillery 
Robert Neal Schneblin, Engineers 
Willis Franklin Lewis, Infantry 
Maurice Kilner Carr, Signal Corps 

Phi Beta Kappa Prize 
Richard Coumains Hall 

Phi Chi Theta Key in Commerce 

Florence Elizabeth Booth 

Phi Kappa Phi Graduate 
Scholarship 

WiLLARD LeLAND EcKHARDT, B.S., 
1935 

Plym Fellowship in Architecture 
Eugene Ferdinand Stoyke, B.S., 
1935 

Plym Foreign Scholarship in 
Architectural Engineering 
Carl John Sterner, B.S., 1931 

Plym Prizes in Architectural 
Engineering 
Walter Leslie Weaver, Jr. 
Parke Boyer 
Marcus Westerfeld Levy 

Plym Prize for Sketch Problems 
Bernard Holmes Bradley 

Plym Prize for Summer Sketches 
John Vincent Anderson 

Ricker Prize in the History of 
Architecture 
Donald Ricker Hodgson, First 
Bernard Holmes Bradley, Second 
Robert Bush Little, Third 



Ryerson Fellowship Competitors 

In Architecture: 
James Marion Hunter 
Arthur William Hennighausen 

In Landscape Architecture: 
John A. C. Schulte 
Frederic McGeorge Robinson 

Scarab Medal in Architectural 
Engineering 
Fred James Kile 

Scarab Medal in Architecture 
Robert Bush Little 

Scarab Medal in Landscape 
Architecture 
Donald Clayton Geake 

Sigma Delta Chi Scroll and Key 
for Seniors in Journalism 
Paul Leroy Streit 
William Phillips Talbot 
Natalia Maree Belting 
Mary Frances Comer 
Elbert LeRoy Herron 
Mary Jane Leisenring 

Sigma Delta Kappa Cup in Law 

Albert Henry Krusemark 

Signal Corps Medals and Insignia 

Kenneth Mace Gonseth, Fr^j/tmon 
Stephen Swayze Doherty. 

Sophomore 
Edward Hong, Junior 

Thrift Essay Prize 

Kenneth Lewis Trefftzs 
Frederic Edward Lee, Jr. 

University Gold Medal in 
Military Science 

Charles Elmer Wright, First 
Harold Everett Goeke, S,econd 

University Landscape Architec- 
ture Society Prize 
Frederic McGeorge Robinson 

University Landscape Architec- 
ture Society Prizes for 
Summer Sketches 
Frederic McGeorge Robinson, First 
John A. C. Schulte, Second 



Prises and Awards 



59 



Colleges in Chicago 



Alpha Omega Alpha Members in 
the Fourth-Year Class of the 
College of Medicine 

Joseph Peter Cascino 

DuANE Delbert Darling 

Howard Ellsworth Dorton 

Jack William Grossman 

Allan Bonner Hirschtick 

Alfred Joseph Klein 

William Philip Kleitsch 

Herman Boris Lander 

Gilbert George Lapid 

Arthur Bernard Levan 

Samuel Liebman 

Everett J. Olenick 

Harry Segenreich 

John Wallace Stastny 

Samuel L. Antonow Prize in 
Pharmacy 
Dorothy Helen Hubler 

William Beaumont Prize in 
Medicine 
Walter John Richard Camp, M.D., 
Ph.D. 

Herman Elich Prize in Chemistry 
Edward John Jaruszewski 

William Gray Prize in Pharmacy 
Robert William Elich 



Hodel-Saltiel-Hodel Prize in 
Pharmacy 

Constantine George Kolomatsky 

Omicron Kappa Upsilon Mem- 
bership Awards in Dentistry 
Robert Dane Curtis, B.S. 
Benjamin Bernard Shapiro, B.S. 
Dewey DeWitt Jackson, B.S. 

Lee M. Pedigo Prize in Materia 
Medica 

Samuel Sonshine 

Alice E. Pelikan Prize in Materia 
Medica 
Walter Joseph Sharka, Jr. 

Rho Chi Membership Award in 
Pharmacy 

Frank Thomas Maker 

Andrew Scherer Prize in 
Pharmacy 
Elmer Guenther King 

Seminar Prize in Dentistry 
Beoda John Prey, B.S. 
Benjamin Bernard Shapiro, B.S. 
Jacob Cohen, B.S. 

Sigma Xi Prize in Medicine 

Samuel Liebman, B.S. 



UNWERSntOFllUNOlS 



iG^ Leo 



Jill 1-1937 



Auld Lang Syne 

Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And never brought to mind? 

Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And days of auld lang syne? 

For auld lang syne, my dear, 
For auld lang syne ; 
We'll take a cup o' kindness yet, 
For auld lang syne. 



Order of Exercises 



Commencement Frocession 

JUL 1-1937 



Prelude 



fiHY^a^'y^ or 



Fanfare and March — The Crown of India Elgar 

Grand March (introducing Luther's hymn "Ein' feste Burg") Wagner 

Scene from "Tristan and Isolde" Wagner 

UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 
Albert Austin Harding, Director 

Invocation 

The Reverend DWIGHT P. BAIR, D.D. 
Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, Champaign 

Commencement Address 

ARTHUR CUTTS WILLARD, B.S., D.Eng., LL.D. 

President of the University 

Interlude 

Overture — Beatrice and Benedict Berlioz 

UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 

Conferring of Degrees 

President WILLARD 

Singing of "Auld Lang Syne" 

THE AUDIENCE 

Benediction 

The Reverend Dr. BAIR 

Postlude 

Huldigungsmarsch Wagner 

UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 



Significance of Cap Tassel Colors 

Graduate School Black 

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences White 

College of Commerce and Business Administration Dark Gray 

College of Engineering Orange 

College of Agriculture Maize 

College of Education Blue 

College of Fine and Applied Arts Chocolate Brown 

College of Law Purple 

School of Journalism Black and White 

School of Physical Education Sage Green 

Library School Lemon Yellow 



Candidates for Degrees 

The Graduate School 

The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

In Animal Husbandry 

Tom Sherman Hamilton, B.S., M.S., 1917, 1922. The thermogenic effect and 
the net energy content of rations balanced and unbalanced with respect to 
protein. 

In Botany 

BCatherine Kinsel, A.B., A.M., University of Cahfornia, Los Angeles, 1931. 

1934. Physiological studies on morphologically related species of fungi. 
James Morton Schopf, A.B., University of Wyoming, 1930; M.S., 1932. The 

embryology of Larix. 

In Chemistry 

Richard Thomas Arnold, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 
1934; M.S., 1935. I. A new synthesis of mixed benzoins. II. The synthesis 
of polyvinylene chains. 

Roderick Charles Cary, A.B., 1931. Optically active quaternary ammonium 
salts. 

James Martin Cross, B.S., M.S., 1931, 1932. I. The sjmthesis and local 
anaesthetic action of substituted urethans. II. Synthesis of some disulfones. 

Rudolph Everett Damschroder, A.B., Hiram College, 1932; M.S., Syracuse 
University, 1934. I. Urethans of 8-amino quinoline. II. Derivatives of 
coumaranone. 

Lewis Royal Drake, B.S., M.S., Northwestern University, 1933, 1935. The 
preparation of phosphonic acids and their alkyl esters. 

William Alfred Fessler, B.S., University of Tulsa, 1934; M.S., 1935. Studies 
on nitro compounds. 

Henry Dorroh Foster, B.S., University of South Carolina, 1933 ; M.S., 1934. 
Catalytic oxidation in the vapor phase. 

Elbert Egidius Gruber, B.S., Xavier University, 1932; M.S., 1934. I. The 
cleavage of N-phenylbenzimidylpyridinium chlorides with organic bases. II. 
The synthesis of some hydrogenated phenanthrenes. 

William Ernest Holland, A.B., Indiana University, 1932; M.S., Brown Uni- 
versity, 1933. I. The condensation of acetomesitylene with ethyl oxalate. II. 
Hindered arylglyoxals. 

Kenneth Karl Kearby, B.S., M.S., 1932, 1933. A study of the effect of the 
surface of a catalyst on dehydrations in the vapor phase. 

Robert William Krebs, B.S., M.S., 1933, 1935. Individual gas absorption coeffi- 
cients in wetted wall towers. 

Margaret Lawrenz, B.S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1931; M.S., Emory 
University, 1932. Observations on the rare earths: Further studies in the 
quantitative estimation of the rare earths by means of their arc spectra. 

Frank Clifton McGrew, B.S., M.S., University of Nebraska, 1934, 1935. I. 
The study of restricted rotation between a cyclic and an acyclic radical. II. 
The preparation and study of deuterium compounds of the type: 
RiRiCXhXd. 

Lillian Hoagland Meyer, A.B., M.S., Washington University, 1930, 1931. The 
nutritive value of synthetic amino acids. 

Richard Froman Miller, A.B., 1933. I. The structure of gossypol. II. Contri- 
butions to the multiplanar isomerism of cyclohexanes. 

Glenn Albert Nesty, A.B., DePauw University, 1934. I. Dialkylhexahydro- 
naphthalenones from cyclohexenyldialkylvinylacetylenes. II. Studies in the 
sterol series. 



Candidates for Degrees, June 14, 1937 



Arthur John Paik, B.S., 1933; M.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1934. An 

equilibrium study of the system: ethylene, water, and ethyl alcohol. 
Paul Swithin Pinkney, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1934. Polynuclear 

compounds from acetylenic glycols. 
William Ernest Ross, B.S., 1932. I. The action of formaldehyde on hindered 

aryl methyl ketones. II. The action of methyl Grignard reagents on 2,4,6- 

trichlorobenzoyl chloride. 
Max Ferdinand Roy, A.B., A.M., Rice Institute, 1931, 1933. The dissociation of 

hexaarylethanes. The effect of weight. 
Ralph Louis Edwin Seifert, A.B., Evansville College, 1934; A.M., 1935. I. A 

reinvestigation of the electron emission from tungsten. II. An investiga- 
tion of the effect of iodine upon a tungsten surface. 
Janice Minerva Smith, A.B., M.S., 1930, 1932. The distribution of threonine 

and its physiological replacement by other compounds. 
Clarence Albert Stiegman, B.S., M.S., 1932, 1934. The stereochemistry of 

complex inorganic compounds. I. Structure of platinous-olefine compounds. 

II. Stereochemistry of cobaltic-ethylendiamine and cobaltic-propylenediamine 

compounds. 
Charles William Joseph Wende, A.B., Central College, 1934. The mechanism 

of formation of water and hydrogen peroxide. 
Harold Dadford West, A.B., M.S., 1925, 1930. The chemistry and nutritive 

value of essential amino acids. 
Enno Wolthuis, A.B., Calvin, 1932; M.S., University of Michigan, 1933. I. 

Some studies in electron diffraction. II. X-ray studies of crystalline rubber. 

In Dairy Husbandry 

Stewart Laurence Tuckey, B.S., M.S., 1928, 1930. A chemical and x-ray 
diffraction analysis of changes occurring in casein with special reference to 
those which take place in Cheddar cheese. 

In Economics 

Allen Thomas Bonnell, A.B., A.M!., Oberlin College, 1933, 1934. German 

control over international economic relations, 1930-1937. 
Leahmae Brown, A.B., University of Kansas, 1933; A.M., Tufts College, 1935. 

The development of national policy with respect to water resources. 
Robert W. Field, B.S., University of Colorado, 1934; M.S., 1935. Investment 

standards for public utility securities. 
Charles Milton Whitlow, B.S., University of North Dakota, 1928; M.S., New 

York University, 1929. Prices and returns of securities in France 1914-1930. 
John Elliot Wills, B.S., M.S., 1925, 1932. Land use problems in selected areas 

of central Illinois. 

In Education 

Eugene Holt Wilson, A.B., Arkansas State Teachers College, 1930; B.S.(Lib.), 
A.AL, 1932, 1933. Pre-professional background of students in a library 
school. 

In English 

Olive Pauline Henneberger, A.B., Trinity College, 1928; A.M., Radcliffe 
College, 1930. Proximate sources for the Italianate elements in Shakespeare. 

Carolyn Washburn, A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1927; A.M., Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1928. The history, from 1832 to i860, of British criticism of 
narrative prose fiction. 

In Entomology 
Barnard de Witt Burks, A.B., A.M., 1933, 1934. A monographic revision of 
the tribe Chalcidini in America north of Mexico (Hymenoptera, 
Chalcididae). 



Candidates for Degrees, June 14, ipj/ 



In Geology 

George Vincent Cohee, B.S., M.S., 1931, 1932. Ocean bottom sediments off the 
mid- Atlantic coast. 

In German 

Christian Otto Arndt, B.D., Concordia Seminary, 1927; A.M., Washington 

University, 1928; AI.S., 1932. The changing appreciation of the writings of 

Adalbert Stifter. 
Robert Theodore Ittner, A.B., 1931. The Christian legend in German literature 

since Romanticism. 
Charles Harry Stubing, A.B., Wesleyan University, 1931 ; A.M., Columbia 

University, 1933. The relations of the German realists to literary history 

and criticism in the field of prose fiction. 

In History 

Robert Gehlman Bone, A.B., Wooster College, 1938; A.M., 1932. Roman 
persecution of the non-Christian religions before 200 a.d. 

John Henry Krenkel, B.S., 1933; A.M., Claremont College, 1935. Internal 
improvements in Illinois, 1818-1848. 

In Mathematics 

Frank Cook Gentry, A.B., A.M., University of Oklahoma, 1929, 1930. Groups 

of Cremona transformations in space of ternary type. 
Virginia Modesitt, A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1931 ; A.M., 1932. Some 

singular properties of conformal transformations betwreen Riemannian 

spaces. 
Sallie Elizabeth Pence, A.B., A.M., University of Kentucky, 1914, 1928. The 

configuration of the double points of cubics of a pencil. 
Robert McDowell Thrall, A.B., Illinois College, 1935 ; A.M., 1935. Metabelian 

groups and trilinear forms. 
Felix Perry Welch, B.S., Mississippi State College, 1929; A.M., University of 

Texas, 1932. Singular non-linear first order differential equations contain- 
ing a parameter. 

In Physics 

Robert Obed Burns, B.S., Knox College, 1931 ; M.S., 1933. Geiger counter 
characteristics. 

Cecil Gordon Dunn, A.B., University of Montana, 1931 ; M.S., 1933. The effect 
upon physical properties of small lattice distortions. 

George Kenneth Green, B.S., M.S., 1933, 1935. A cyclotron and its application 
to the study of gamma-rays. 

George Rankin Irwin, A.B., Knox College, 1930; A.M., 1933. Mass ratio of the 
lithium isotopes from the band spectrum of LI2. 

Howard Sparling Pattin, A.B., Marietta College, 1931 ; A.M., 1933. The 
extreme ultra-violet spectra of scandium vi, scandium vii, and other elements 
isoelectronic with phosphorus i and sulphur i. 

Merrill P.aul Rassweiler, B.S., Beloit College, 1930; M.S., 1932. The absorp- 
tion spectrum of caesium hydride. 

Harvey Albert Schultz, A.B., North Central College, 1933; A.M., 1935. The 
spectrum of diatomic antimony. 

William Earl Shoupp, A.B., Miami University, 1931 ; A.M., 1933. The neutron- 
proton interaction as manifested in the scattering of neutrons by protons. 

In Political Science 
Hung Ti Chu, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1932; A.M., University of 
Missouri, 1933. China and the League of Nations. 



Candidates for Degrees, June 14, J937 



Charles Nolan Fortenberry, A.B., A.M., University of Mississippi, 1931. Legal 
regulation of political party organization in the United States. 

Jack Fein Isakoff, A.B., Western Reserve University, 1931 ; A.M., Ohio State 
University, 1932. The Public Works Administration. 

Robert Wallace Rafuse, A.B., Colgate University, 1934; A.M., 1935. The rule 
of non-extradition of nationals. 

In Romance Languages 

Boyd George Carter, A.B., College of William and Mary, 1929; A.M., 1933. 

The French realists and the theatre : Gustave Flaubert, the Goncourt 

Brothers, and Alphonse Daudet. 
Margaret Kidder, A.B., Morningside College, 1923 ; A.M., 1929. A critical 

edition of El Bernardo of Bernardo de Balbuena. 
Louise Finley Lodge, A.B., A.M., 1924, 1931. Angelica in El Bernardo and Las 

Lagrimas de Angelica. 

In Zoology 

William Milton Bright, A.B., M.S., Howard University, 1926, 1930. Spermato- 
genesis in sunfish. 

Malcolm Stuart Ferguson, A.B., A.M., University of Western Ontario, 1932, 
1934. Experimental studies on Posihodiplostomum minimum (AlacCallum, 
1921), a trematode from herons. 

Norman Thomas Mattox, A.B., Miami University, 1933; M.S., 1934. Mor- 
phology and oogenesis of Campeloma rufum, a parthenogenetic snail. 

Arthur Cornelius Twomey, B.S., University of Alberta, 1933; M.S., 1935. The 
bird population of an elm-maple forest With special reference to food, 
territory, and seasonal variations. 



Professional Degrees in Engineering 

The Degree of Master of Architecture 
Edgar Emmanuel Lundeen, B.S., 1923 

The Degree of Civil Engineer 

Lorenzo Donald Doty, B.S., Denison University, 1925; M.S., 1933 
Winfred Dean Gerber, B.S., 1899 

Lewis Keeper Oesterling, B.S., 1929; M.S., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 
1936 

The Degree of Electrical Engineer 
Fred H. McClain, B.S., 1910 

The Degree of Mechanical Engineer 
Warden Forsyth Wilson, B.S., 1925 



The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Botany 

Walter Howard Brown, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1932 
Donald Kenneth Eckfei,d, B.S., 1934 

In Chemistry 

Robert James Buswell, A.B., 1936 

Richard Melvin Haskins. A.B., DePauw University, 1936 



Candidates for Degrees, June i^, ipj/ 



In Classics 

Theodore Bedrick, A.B., Brown University, 1936 

Eleanor Elizabeth Stover, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1936 

Helen Louise Westrup, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1932 

In Economics 

J. Russell Boner, A.B., University of Colorado, 1928 

Shih Tsun Cha, A.B., Fuh Tan University, 1935 

Dwight Prescott Fl.\nders, A.B., 1931 

Edwin Russell Hodges, A.B., 1936 

James Ira AIills, A.B., Augustana College, 1927 

Edward Wilson Reed, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1936 

MiNG-CHAO Y.A.NG, A.B., National Tsing Hua University, 1932 

In Education 

Ch.\rles Huston Burch, A.B., Culver- Stockton College, 1932 

Eleanor Vivian Davidson, A.B., University of Southern California, 1930; 

B.S.(Lib.), New York State College for Teachers, 1933 
Ollin Little Drr'er, A.B., Eureka College, 1924 

Everett L.\wrence Green, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1926 
John Herbert Griffith, A.B., Knox College, 1931 
Wesley Gust.wt: Haag, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1929 
Neal Henry, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1930 
Frances Delores Howard, A.B., 1932 
Agnes Cecilla Koscielny, B.S., 1932 
Dorothy Eliz.\beth Livesey, A.B., 1930 
Jack B. Lortz, A.B., 1936 

Edn.a. Mae AIcDill, A.B., Monmouth College, 1925 
Dorothy Evelyn AIohn, B.S., 1935 

Everette Cassell Nichols, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1931 
Leman Kenneth Philbrook, B.S., McKendree College, 1930 
William Brose Phillips, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1933 
Clifford Finley Reid, A.B., 1931 
Grace Sturm, A.B., Syracuse University, 1936 
Dorothy Fay Vose, A.B., 1929 
David E. Westwater, B.S., 1926 

In English 

Alfred Campbell Ames, A.B., University of Kansas, 1936 

James Edw.\rd Belton, B.S., 1933 

Dorothy Elisabeth Boys, A.B., Northwestern University, 1934 

Beulah Anne Collins, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1931 

Paul John Cooke, A.B., 1936 

Robert Gordon Hallwachs, A.B., North Central College, 1936 

Donovan Earl Pratt, A.B., 1936 

Howard Rovelstad, A.B., 1936 

Audrey Elizabeth Yoder, A.B., 1936 

In Entomology 
John Donovan DeCoursey, A.B., Louisiana State LTniversity, 1930 

In German 

Alice Farwell, A.B., Wheaton College (Norton, Massachusetts), 1934 
Hazel Eliz.^eeth Rice, A.B., University of Kansas, 1936 



lo Candidates for Degrees, June 14, ipj/ 

In History 

Reuben Merle Allard, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1936 

Natalia Maree Belting, B.S., 1936 

Edward Marion Burstein, A.B., 1934 

Frank Louis Gannon, B.S., 1936 

Marvin Edmund Lowe, A.B., Milligan College, 1935 

June Elizabeth Newkirk, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1936 

Robert David Ochs, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1936 

Mary Louise Rice, A.B., Knox College, 1936 

Marjorie Caroline Taylor, A.B., 1935 

Anne Patricia Yesulis, B.S., 1936 

In Library Science 

Alleyne Baumgardner, A.B., B.S.(Lib.), 1925, 1930 

Isabelle Fitch Grant, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1924; 

B.S.(Lib.), 1929 
Sister Mary Elvira Bredel, O.S.F., A.B., DePaul University, 1929; B.S.(Lib.), 

1934 
Sister Mary Stephana Cavanaugh, O.P., A.B., Rosary College, 1920; B.S.(Lib.), 

1932 
Margaret Lucy Wardell, A.B., Carleton College, 1927; B.S. (Lib.), 1932 

In Mathematics 

Douglas Rudolph Bey, A.B., Cornell University, 1934 
Margaret Rempfer, A.B., University of South Dakota, 1936 

In Philosophy 
Allegra Claire Montgomery, A.B., 1935 

In Physics 

Maurice Earle Raquet, A.B., Miami University, 1931 
George Burton Yates, Jr., A.B., Georgetown College, 1935 

In Physiology 
John Edward Sullivan, B.S., 1935 

In Political Science 

Gerald Leroy Arnett, A.B., 1935 

Chien-yao Chiang, A.B., University of Nanking, 1930 

Julia Juanita Henderson, A.B., 1936 

Mary Eleanor McCoy, A.B., Carthage College, 1936 

Ralph Joseph Thomas Moloney, A.B., 1932 ; J.D., John Marshall Law School, 1934 

Ling Tung, A.B., Fuh Tan University, 1928 

George Henry Watson, A.B., Miami University, 1936 

In Psychology 

Eli Allan Lipman, A.B., 1935 
Mary Betty McCreary, A.B., 1934 

In Romance Languages 

Edna Mae Edwards, A.B., 1935 

Louise Beatrice Fenoglio, A.B., 1936 

Camille Ferrara, A.B., 1935 

Frances LaMora Kaar, A.B., 1934 

Ira Oliver Karraker, Jr., B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1936 

Valera Doris Pace, A.B., Nazareth College, 1935 

Earl Wesley Thomas, A.B., 1936 



Candidates for Degrees, June 14, 1937 ^^ 



In Sociology 

Carl William Birky, B.S., 1933 
Joseph Thomas Taylor, A.B., 1936 

In Zoology 

Clarenxe James Goodnight, A.B., 1936 
Stephen Wood Gray, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1936 
Waldo Cecil Poe, A.B., Hanover College, 1936 
Charxj:s Ralph Williams, A.B., 1937 



The Degree of Master of Science 

In Accountancy 

Heimie Edward Breen, B.S., 1932 
Louis McGlenthen Kessler, B.S., 1935 
Poo-Ren Liu, A.B., Great China University, 1935 

In Agricultural Economics 

Frank Mason Atchley, B.S., Iowa State College, 1933 
Aubrey J. Brown, B.S., 1935 
Walter Bertrand Lacey, B.S., 1930 
George Eugene AIercer, B.S., 1925 
Charles Richard Sayre, B.S., 1935 

In Agronomy 
King Yu Liang, Ingenieur Agricole de I'Universite de Toulouse, 1934 

In Architecture and Architectural Engineering 

Gabriel Dumlao Carpio, B.S., 1931 

Lyle Vinson DeWitt, B.S., 1936 

Beverly Lorraine Greene, B.S., 1936 

Chung Hsu, B.S., National Central University, 1935 

William Hunt Scheick, B.Arch., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1928 

John Elmo Sweet, B.S., 1927 

In Bacteriology 

Cynthia Conklin, A.B., James Millikin University, 1935 
Lloyd Francis Fox, B.S., 1934 
Jeanne Frances -Miller, B.S., 1936 

In Business Organization and Operation 
Max Donald Snider, B.S., 1936 

In Ceramic Engineering 

William Weber Coffeen, B.S., 1935 
Carl Henry Zwermann, B.S., 1929 

In Ceramics 
Lion'EL Richard Barrett, B.A., B.Sc, University of Oxford, 1933, 1934 

In Chemistry 

Ernest Erwin Allen, B.S., 1936 
Vincent Frank Balaty, B.S., 1935 
Donald George Botteron, A.B., 1936 
Theodore Ambrose Bradbury, B.S., 1933 
Merle H. Chamberlin, B.S., 1935 



12 Candidates for Degrees, June 14, 19 S7 

Elonza Alexander Cleveland, B.S., Western Tennessee State Teachers College, 

1936 
Willard Bennett Eastman, A.B., 1936 
Emanuel Ginsberg, B.S., New York University, 1936 

Jerome Kaufman, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1936 ^ 

Frank Robert Koniuszy, B.S., 1936 
Raymond Largent, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1933 
Seymour Lieberman, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1936 
Robert Lee May, B.S., 1935 
Donald Burton Melville, B.S., 1936 

John Wendell Robinson, Jr., B.S., Northwestern University, 1931 
Carl F. Segal, B.S., 1936 

William Morton Shine, B.S., Washington University, 1934 
John Vergie Shirer, A.B., Ripon College, 1936 
JiA Jong Shy, B.S., Tsing Hua University, 1929 
Wilfred Olin Taff, B.S., Western Kentucky State Teachers College, 1934 

In Civil Engineering 

Ibrahim Nedjdet Arin, B.S., Robert College, 1936 
Anastasis Demetre Ateshoglou, B.S., Robert College, 1936 
Wen-Tsing Chang, B.S., St. John's University, 1936 
Nejad Enustun, B.S., Robert College, 1935 
Sophocles Gulbalis, B.S., Robert College, 1936 
Mahmut Karasaban, B.S., Robert College, 1936 
Shao Chang Li, B.S., Chiao-Tung University, 1935 

In Dairy Husbandry 
Emmett Ezekiel Ormiston, B.S., 1935 

In Economics 

Delbert Edward Fiock, B.S., 1934 

RoscoE Raymond Giffin, Jr., B.S., 1936 

John Talbot Masten, B.S., 1936 

John Allan McClure, B.S., 1933 

Yueh-Chiung Pu, A.B., Yenching University, 1931 

Kenneth Lewis Trefftzs, B.S., 1936 

Winfield Lyle Willhite, B.S., Lewis Institute, 1936 

In Education 

Willmer Olof Alstrom, B.S., 1934 

Charlotte Bauer, B.S., 1935 

Albin Godfred Billing, B.S., 1923 

Luther Joseph Black, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1931 

Marguerite Pierce Dolch, B.S., 1926 

J. Raymond Hoffner, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 

Owen Orris Hubbell, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1934 

Fred William Kasch, B.S., 1935 

Dora Marie Pasel, B.S., 1932 

Pauline May Riedelbauch, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1927 

Irvin Jandt Schneider, B.S., Greenville College, 1929 

Edwin William Skaer, B.S., Washington University, 1935 

Mary Smith, B.S., 1936 

Charles Staley, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1931 

Arthur Nelson Trammell, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal tjniversitv, 

1930 
Maude Bruce Wallace, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 
Scott Bennett York, B.S., 1934 



Candidates for Degrees, June 14, /pj7 13 

In Electrical Engineering 

Wallace Andrew Depp, B.S., 1936 

George Rolant) Peirce, B.S., 1936 

James Albert Stewart, B.S., Purdue University, 1935 

In Geology and Geography 

William Hammond Allen, A.B., 1936 

Victor Nathaniel Fischer, B.S., Beloit College, 1934 

William Albert Newton, B.S., 1935 

In Library Science 

Harold Walter Batchelor, A.B., University of Oregon, 1932; B.S.(Lib.), 1933 
Elma Irene Courter, A.B., University of Kansas, 1926; B.S.(Lib.), 1930 
Mary Ramon Kinney, A.B., B.S. (Lib.), 1928, 1929 

In Mathematics 

Nathan Goldman, B.S., George Washington University, 1936 
Franz Edward Hohn, B.S., McKendree College, 1936 

In Physics 

Elbert Pidgeon Carter, B.S., 1936 

Ralph Guy LaBaw, B.S., 1936 

James Franklin Madole, B.S., Western Kentucky State Teachers College, 1935 

Robert Curtis Retherford, B.S., 1935 

Robert Rogers, A.B., 1936 

Herbert John Sprengel, B.S., 1936 

In Physiology 
\'icT0R BoirriN, A.B., 1936 

In Psychology 

Harriett Adeline Cantrall, A.B., MacMurray College, 1936 

In Railway Engineering 

Kwan Tsung Chen, B.S., Chiao-Tung University, 1932 
Wen Kwei Ku, B.S., National Wu-Han University, 1933 
Herman John Schrader, B.S., Purdue University, 1923 

In Zoology 

Rose Cherie Bourgin, B.S., 1935 
Martha Lee Bozeman, A.B., Rockford College, 1935 
Paul Victor Gustafson, B.S., Whitworth College, 1936 
Charles William Hussey, A.B., Illinois College, 1930 

Chris Walter Markus, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1936 
Lenore Martin, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1935 
Edna Mae Pratt, B.S., 1936 

Clarence Andrew Stevenson, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 
1932 



14 



Candidates for Degrees, June 14, ip57 



The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

The Degree of Bachelor of Arts 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Norman Melville Adams 
Kathryn Eloise Adkisson, with 

Highest Tutorial Honors in 

History 
Perle Helene Abler 
Theodore Lee Agnew, Jr., with Highest 

Tutorial Honors in History 
Ida Mae Agruss, with Honors in 

French 
Godfrey Columbus Aiello 
Jane Frances Alexander, with 

Honors in French 
James Condee Allen 
Donald Felix Anderson 
Anthony Michael Anzalone 
Betty Louise Arbuckle 
Leonard Arkiss 
Louise Wright Astell, with High 

Honors in English 
Ruth Byrd Baar 
Mary Davis Ball 
Margaret Jane Barber 
Donald Franklin Barkley 
Matthew Julius Barman 
Dorothy June Baughman 
Otto Edward Baum 
Leonard Albert Becker 
Evelyn Rose Benson, with Honors in 

History 
Frank Morehouse Benson 
MuRL L. Bernstein 
Jerome Berrent 
Marie Alma Bertoni 
Raymond Paul Bilger, with Tutorial 

Honors in History 
Robert J. Binford, Jr. 
William Frank Bishopp, Jr., with 

Honors in French 
Louise Helene Bittner 
Mary Beth Blain 
Betty Mary Elizabeth Blair, with 

Honors in French 
Robert Justin Blotcher 
Dorothy Helen Blum 
Lyman Worthing Bodman 
Harvey Daniel Borger 
Ena Mae Bouslog 
Willajane Boyce 
John Jameson Boyd 
Gail Irene Boyer, with Honors in 

French 
Robert Shaw Boynton 
Nancy Margaret Branyan 
Nancy Louise Brehm 
Christine Jessie Brock 



Thelma Lucile Brook, with Honors 

in French 
Cameron Brown 
George Henry Brown, Jr. 
Wilferd Eldon Brown 
Allen Edsel Brubaker 
Thea Amanda Buer 
Ruth Ann Buffington 
Georgialee Bull 
Anna Rosina Bullington, with 

Honors in Political Science 
Emmett Walter Burdsall 
Anne Matilda Burns 
Martha Elizabeth Burridge 
Virginia Ellen Busse 
Betty Anne Byers 
Rebecca Mary Cabeen 
Emmett Ralph Capps 
Marjorie Henrietta Carlson 
Marvin Carmack, with Highest 

Tutorial Honors in Chemistry 
Helen Catlin 
William Cheorvas 
Elinor Corinne Chilton 
Barkley Lax Clanahan 
Mildred Clein 
Ruth Elizabeth Cogdal 
Gershom Ralph Cohn 
Schiller Aurelius Colberg 
Mary Edna Colby 
Arthur Benedict Collins 
Ralph Waterbury Condee 
Joseph Edgar Cooper 
Richard William Corman 
Jane Ferris Grain 
William Francis Crannell 
Gloria Crawford, with Honors in 

History 
Jean Gladys Creamer 
Ann Lucile Crofford 
Roger Bronson Cross 
Mary Phyllis Cunningham 
Joseph John Daly 
Ralph Forrest De Long 
Arno Harry Denecke 
William Ernest De Turk, with 

Tutorial Honors in Zoology 
Dorothy Dillon 
Howard Taylor Dixon 
DwiGHT Hamilton Doss 
Arthur Hamilton Douglas, Jr. 
Frank James Doyle, Jr., with Tutorial 

Honors in English 
Byron Brown Dressler 
Morrison Archibald Dumas 



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Jess Willard Dungey 

Robert James Durin 

Gayle Jean Dwornik, with Honors in 

History 
George William Easterbrook 
Traver Willard Ellis 
Arthur Vernon Essington, Jr. 
Raymond AIaurice Ewald 
Helen Elizabeth Fawkner 
Vlasta Barbara Feres 
Robert Morgan Fink 
Dorothy AIay Flanegin 
Miletus Lafayette Flaningam, Jr. 
AIary Elizabeth Fletcher, with 

Honors in French 
Mildred Merle Fletcher 
Louise Flora 
Amy Louise Florance 
Frederick Jack Foersterling 
Sidney Fohrman 
Florence AL\ry Portley Ford 
Jean Carolyn Forster 
Beth Louise Fowler 
Richard Crawford Franklin, with 

High Tutorial Honors in Chemistry 
Sholem David Friedlander 
William Emerson Frye, with Honors 

in Physics 
Bernice Mildred Galinsky 
Merlin Estes Garber 
Iona Elizabeth Geach 
Jean Howard Gilbert 
Robert Jack Goldberg, with Tutorial 

Honors in Zoology 
Helen Elsie Golk 
Dorothy Mary Goodman 
Michael Jacob Gordon 
Eleanor Ann Gossett 
Morris Lee Green, with High Honors 

in French 
Gordon Smith Gregory 
Ida La Verne Gritton 
Charles Julian Gustin 
Richard Herman Gutstadt 
Jane Elizabeth Hadden 
Rita Josephine Hagel 
Barbara Ruth Hall 
Willis Beatty Hamilton 
Alden Ned Haney 
Thelma Marie Hanson, with High 

Honors in Sociology 
Ruth Jeannette Hartley 
Arthur Davis Hawkinson 
Garwood Fred Heads 
Helen AIae Heath 
Mary Frances Heermans 
Mildred Lucile Heiman 
Ida Carolyn Hemingway 
William John Hennig 
Philip Hill, with Highest Tutorial 

Honors in Chemistry 
Joseph Floyd Hindman 



-Merlin Gerald Hiscott 
George Paul Hixon, Jr. 
Joh.\na Hoffman 
Charles Jacob Hoke 
John Grover Holland 
Margaret Alma Holt 
Robert Samuel Holty 
John Albert Holtzman 
Gilbert Alfred Horn 
Jack Everett Horsley 
Richard Stewart Hudson, with 

Honors in Economics 
Harvey Nathan Humble 
Mary Elizabeth Iball 
Lillian Ingalls, with High Honors in 

History 
Mildred Lois Jackson 
Irene Jacobson 
Anna Louise Jensen, with High 

Tutorial Honors in English 
Camille Frances Jensen 
Vivian Frances Jensen 
Arber Johnson 
Alta Genieve Jokisch 
Fanny La Veena Jones 
Grace Doris Jones 
William Robert Jones, with High 

Honors in Classics 
Elliott Kalcheim 
Stella Kamarousk 
Sylvia Genevieve Katz 
Ernest Byron Kelly, Jr. 
Jean E. Kendall, with Honors in 

English 
Howard Quentin Kessler 
Catherine Kiley, with Honors in 

English 
Ben Duvall Kiningham, Jr. 
Amy Virginia Kinsey 
Eugenia Busch Kircher 
Alyce Elinore Kloos 
Richard Laurence John Kobza 
Mary Maude Koors, with Honors in 

History 
James Grant Kostka 
Raymond Matthew Kozul, with 

Tutorial Honors in History 
WiLMA Louise Kring 
Waunetta Evelyn Kruse 
Kathryn Haskin Kuhnen 
Annamarie Kunz, with Honors iu 

Sociology 
Sylvia Kurtzon, with Honors in 

French 
Catherine Marie Kyles 
William Winter Langebartel 
Ruth Elizabeth Large 
Geraldine Helen Larkin 
Fern Martha Larson 
Robert Clyde Lawson 
Ethel Jones Lay 



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Thomas Jasper Layman 

Gladys Lucille Leaman 

Cecille Lefkowitz 

Kenneth Raymond Leifermann, with 

Honors in Philosophy' 
Thelma Viola Leonard 
Robert Harold Levin, with High 

Tutorial Honors in Chemistry 
Howard Levine, with High Honors in 

Chemistry 
Irene Pearl Levis 
Norman Robert Liebling 
Raymond Albert Lippens, with 

Honors in Political Science 
Helen Roberta Lockhart 
Viola Loeseke, with Tutorial Honors 

in English 
Virginia Louise Lounsbury 
Carolyn Sawyer Lowry, Avith Honors 

in Sociology 
Marjorie Nelle Lowry 
Frederick William Loyd 
Marjorie Elisabeth Lynn 
Amelia Jane Manga s 
Helen Howe Martin, with High 

Honors in English 
Shelby Marlow Martin 
Lowell E. Massie, with Honors in 

Chemistry 
Florence Crathorne Mattoon 
Juanita Gertrude Mau 
James Franklin Maynard 
Marjorie Laura McCauley 
Mary Celeste McCormick 
Clinton B. McKeown 
Robert John McMenamin 
Rosemary Betty McVey 
Walter La Vergne Meima 
Mildred Louise Mellencamp 
Fay Victoria Melville 
Virginia Rose AIerriner. with Honors 

in German 
Elizabeth Jane Middleton 
Carl Vencil Milburn 
Helen Stahl Miles 
Morris Franklin Milligan, with 

Highest Tutorial Honors in 

Chemistry 
Christine McNicol Morse 
Carl Walter Mortenson, with High 

Honors in Chemistry 
Helen Miriam Motenko 
Arden Wesley Moyer 
Genevieve Myers, with Honors in 

French 
Leda Cecile Myers 
Joseph Albert Naser 
Bernabe Navarro 
Mary Elizabeth Neal 
Fern Bernice Nelson 
Stuart Murray Newsom 



Mary Elizabeth Nicoll 
Beulah Blanche Norton 
Saul Leonard Nuzie 
William Charles Oakley 
Edward Francis O'Brien 
John Joseph O'Connell, HI 
Dorothy Virginia Opoldus 
Fabian Sebastian Ostrowski 
George Marinus Oudyn, with High 

Honors in French 
Doris Louise Overture 
Shirley May Oyen 
Dorothy Harding Parker 
Ruth Elizabeth Parks 
Marjorie Alice Parmely 
David Halliwell Patton 
George Francis Pawling 
Helen Verna Payne 
Warren Frederic Pearce, Jr. 
Edward Thielens Peeples 
Henrietta Corenne Pence, with 

Honors in French 
Robert Dunnington Perkins 
Marian Bertha Martha Pieper, with 

Honors in English 
Lon V. Porter, Jr. 
Dalias Adolph Price, with Honors in 

Geography 
Wanda Claire Pringle, with Honors 

in French 
Herbert Findley Propps 
Betty Jane Prouty 
Edward Kinzie Pryor 
Francis McConnell Pulliam, with 

High Honors in Mathematics 
Richard Kennedy Rainey 
Donald Edwin Rasmussen 
Dorothy Caroline Reasoner 
Emory Keith Rees, with High Honors 

in German 
Joe Francis Reilly 
Thomas Arthur Reiner 
Robert Carlisle Rendtorff 
Ruth Charlotte Rich 
Arthur Edward Ritcher 
John Robert Robb 
Glen Sterling Roberts 
Charles Gordon Robinson 
Mary Kathryn Rockhold 
Carol Rolph 
Eugenia Jeanette Rom 
Robert Heinrich Rosenthal 
Frederick Earl Rusk 
Irwin Burton Rutkin 
Edwin Bruce Ryder 
William Kenneth Salstrom 
Karl Sixten Sandberg 
Anna Marie Schaefer 
John Paul Schafer 
John Leo Schmidt 
Rennette Eleanor Schpok 



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Erma Pauline Scott 

Charles Franklin Seales 

Pierce Leo Shannon, Jr. 

Philip Joseph Sharkey, Jr. 

Jean Stewart Shepard 

Howard John Siever 

Rita Christine Simmons 

Thomas Durward Simmons 

Casimir Thomas Joseph Sliwa 

Donald Channing Smith 

Ruth Virginia Smith 

Virginia Julianna Smoyer 

Helen Elizabeth Snyder 

Marguerite Anita Solberg 

Mary 2^1argret Solon, with Honors 

in English 
Jean AIary Souci 
Louise Henryetta Stearns 
Irving G. Steinberg 
Grundy Steiner, with High Tutorial 

Honors in Latin 
Nell Drean Stiglitz 
Margery Elizabeth Suhre 
Fay Isabelle Sullivan 
William John Sltnderman 
Irving Surie 
Leo Edwin Suycott 
Anne Jeanette Swanson, with Honors 

in Speech 
Frederick Leon Swirck 
Lucile Elizabeth Sydovv 
Ted Stephan Taylor 
Parker William Thomas 
Mary Elliot Thomson 
Josephine AIary Thrapp 
Selim Norman Tideman, Jr. 
George Traicoff, with Honors in 

Political Science 
Sara Tretiak 



Barbara Frances Tuttle 

Charles Robert Twomley 

Olivan Uebel 

Dorothy Frances Underwood 

John Emil Urbas 

Clara Van Til 

John Thompson Vernon 

Charles Nelson Wagner 

William Isaac Waldrip, with Honors 

in History 
Henry George Walker 
Mary Jane Weberg, with Honors in 

English 
Lawrence Campbell Wells 
Maurace Henry Wells, with Honors 

in Political Science 
Kathryn Lucille Wharton 
Eugene John White 
Harriet Beatrice White 
Ruth Lillian Whitlock, with 

Honors in German 
William Lee Wierman 
Helen Evans Williams, with High 

Honors in Psychology 
James Hunter Williamson, with 

Highest Tutorial Honors in 

Philosophy 
Samuel Williamson 
Dorothy Mae Wilson 
William Thomas Wilson 
Evelyn Woolery 
Sigmund Peter Wysocki 
Beulah May Young, with Honors in 

Latin 
Eleanor Young 
John Richard Young 
Wyolene Lowe Young 
Scott Henry Zahren 



Marion Ada Kaeser, with Honors 
Margaret Leah Lutz 



In Home Economics 

Jean Frances Robinson, with Honors 



The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Robert Parsons Blatchley 
Robert Davidson Bower 
Patricia Naismith Braun 
Milton Walter Buehrig 
Charles Richard Buell 
Forrest Edgar Clark 
Howard Vincent Clark 
Kenneth Orris Emery, with High 
Honors in Geology 



James B. Fisher 
Louis Milton Goldman, Jr. 
George Gordon Gralak 
Raymond Tobias Gutman 
George Ogden Hallam 
Richard Eugene Hendrix 
Milton Edwin Herr 
Robert Louis Holiday 
John Thomas Howe 



Candidates for Degrees, June 14, ipsy 



George Francis Johnson 
Ralph Frank Koebbeman 
John Lawrence Lester 
Joseph Bode Mountjoy 
Rosemary O'Neill 
Richard Newton Potter 
Mylo Glenn Roberts 
Marguerite Claire Sheridan 
Katherine Post Simpson 



Carl William Soderstrom 
Paxjline Anabel Stickle 
Robert McMackin Stuart 
George Svihla 
Carol Margaret Whitman 
Jean Inglis Widger 
Walter Siegfried Wormser, with 
High Honors 



In Chemistry 



Kenneth Martin Brobst 
John Norman Cosby 
Fred George Croad 
RozEL Everett Curtis 
Dorothy Deal. 
Ward Edwin Fisher 
Thomas Edward Franks 
Andrew George Gorczyca 
Frederick Leon Heller 
Corris Mabelle Shirley Hofmann 
Roy Hong 

Herbert Todd Iveson, with High 
Honors 



Julius Frank Kaplan 
Russell John Keirs 
Otto Cornelius Klein 
Roy Fred Larson 
Elizabeth Mary Osman 
Charles Francis Porter 
William Christian Risser 
Robert Ira Schub 
Gerhard Ray Sprengling 
Kenneth O'Harra Stevenson 
Alexis Cornelius Svigoon 
George Philip Weber 



In Chemical Engineering 



John Raymond Bingham 
Alvin Browdy 
Anthony Richard Bulat 
George Jerry Burcal 
George Thomas Carroll 
Richard John Doubek 
Ernest Morris Eubanks 
Harry Dean Evans, with High 

Honors 
Lowell Lee Fellinger, with High 

Honors 
John Frederick Frank, Jr. 
Murray Gleeson 
Eugene Peter Goodmann 
Paul David Grubb 
Jerome Gurewitz 
Harlan Ames Hashbarger 
Joseph Charles Hejl 
Paul Welland Henlxne 
Glenn Herbolsheimer, with High 

Honors 
James Bruce Hunter, with Honors 
Earp Franklin Jennings, Jr. 



Gerald Detring Lucker 

Coleman Joseph Major, with High 

Honors 
Gerald Edwin Margrave 
Don L. McCann 
Raymond George Penner 
Nicholas Relich 
Eugene Otto Retter 
Frank Horatio Russell 
Verne Loyd Simril 
Robert Carlisle Sivert 
Joseph James Slemenda 
John Charles Steinberg 
Richard Philemon Stout 
Harry Nicholas Tatomer 
Hodge Scott Taylor 
Francis Edward Weeg 
Fred Ernest Wintzer 
Chester Arvid Wohlberg 
Joseph Samuel Wooters 
Donald Maxwell Wroughton, with 

High Honors 



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The College of Commerce and Business 
Administration 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Accountancy 



Dallas Fay Achenbach 

Helen Dolores Aleksiun 

Carl Brice Archibald 

Harvey Donald Bender 

John George Bertoglio, with Honors 

Tracy Leonard Beswick 

Paul Frederick Blass 

Byron Boyd Blout 

Robert Allen Bowen 

Hymen Burstein, with High Honors 

George S. Cerny, with Honors 

Elmer Paul Cluver 

Max Eugene Cooper 

Sidney Corush 

Benjamin Franklin Cummings 

James O. Eaton 

Harris Wyland Ehler 

Kenneth Charles Ekiss 

Richard Bundy Ensign 

Jack Lawrence Fennie, with High 

Honors 
William Curtis Fossett, with Honors 
Frank John Frech, Jr. 
John Karl Gaines, with Honors 
Robert Frederick Gillhouse 
Fred William Grohne, Jr. 
Emory Charles Guynn, with Honors 
William Digby Gltynn 
WiLLBURT Dunn Ham, with Honors 
Conrad Frank Hlavacek 
Nolan Naney Hodges 
Joseph James Janecek 
Leon Northrup Johnston 
Sarah Katz 
Joseph Peter Kerpan 
Sara Kxass 



John William Kluberg, with Honors 

Robert Raymond Lauber, with Honors 

Robert Egnell Laurence 

Donald Edward Lawrence 

Herman Lee 

William Joseph Lierman, Jr. 

Marvin Tallman Lindsay 

Kenneth Reginald McNamara 

Robert Lewis Meriwether 

Donald Frederick Nemitz 

John Cooper O'Leary 

Eugene Wilson Osborn 

William Arthur Parrish, with Honors 

Paltl Forrest Pattengale 

Henry Nagel Pieper, with Honors 

Joseph Wendell Ponder 

William Philip Porch, with High 

Honors 
Melville Jltlius Saunders 
Joseph Andrew Shulmistras 
Paltl Arnold Smith 
Robert D. Smith 

Robert John Stettner, with Honors 
Leo G. Swinehart 
Laurence Martin Thompson 
Albert Triebel, Jr. 
Wendell Piggott Trumbull 
George Benjamin Vasen, with High 

Honors 
Nelson Dowell Wakefield, with 

Honors 
William Walcott Watson 
William John Wolf 
Fredrick Edward Wood 
Gordon Zelle 



In Accountancy and Banking and Finance 
Blanche Irene Czakler 



In Banking and Finance 

Everett Layton Albin, with Honors 

Jewett Cole 

Philip Arnold Crihfield 

Alfred Charles Henning 

Milton Clark Hess, Jr. 

John Edmund Jensen 

Frances Jane Moore 



Howard Whitfield Morgan, with 

Honors 
Ralph Shearer Morgan 
Joseph Mark Schumacher 
Leonard B. Smith 
John McClelland Spooner 
Gordon Gray Warder 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 14, ipj/ 



In Commerce and Law 



Ira Morton Blitzen 
William Charles Burt 
Carl Liptner Goldstein 
Preston King Johnson, Jr. 
Chester Edwin Keller 
James David Mosest Jr. 
Ivan E. Odle 



Edward Bernard Rasmessen, Jr. 

Milton Rubin 

Robert Joseph Sanders 

Carroll English Snyder 

John Leroy Stewart 

Homer Reamer Wallar 

John Brown White 



In Commercial Teaching 
Dorothy Freeman Freese 

In Foreign Commerce 

Derrick Lynn Brewster Eugene Lee Lopez 

Mary Lou Cheaney Morris Soifer 

Wayne Dow Hudson Virginia Marie Visser 

John Davis Kibler Dorothy Jean Weaver 

In General Business 



James L. Allen, Jr. 

Russell Lawrence Armour 

Omer Virgil Bader 

Faith Magdelene Baer 

Frederick William Baum 

Edward Emil Belsky 

Robert Henry Berman 

William Donald Bishop 

Britt Blair 

Daniel Miles Blumenshine 

Charles Edward Bolin 

Florence Elizabeth Booth, with High 

Honors 
Morton Harris Bowman 
Lester Alan Brock 
Paul Lowry Brown 
Emerald Henry Bundy 
Charles Hazelton Burnham 
Harold Winther Busch, Jr. 
Zerah Amos Campbell 
Frank John Charvat, with Honors 
John Van Coyner 
Richard Bradford Crook 
Wilbur Ripple Cureton 
William Forrest David 
Donald Miller Doneghue 
Charles Edward Duncan, Jr. 
Chester Harold Elder, Jr. 
Richard Herbert Engleman 
Robert Leon Faber 
Walter Alfred Garrett 
Nels Paul Malcolm Gerden 
Edmond Milton Click 
John Gray Grigsby 
John Edward Hackleman 
Hamilton Hall 
William Logan Hampton 
George Fredrick Handley 
Clyde Frederick Helm 
Edmund Vincent Henry 
DeVon McCaughey Hizer 
John Leroy Hynd, Jr. 



Carleton John Jacobson 
Harold Rudolph James 
Howard Douglas Johnson 
Joseph Coughlin Johnson 
George Richard Kandl 
Helen Hope Katzmann 
Robert James Kiest 
Edna Koller 
Willard Odas Lape 
William Keil Lawrence 
Max Stuart Leach 
Max Norwood Lehman 
Ross Crawford Lyman 
Charles Nicholas Mallory 
Kenneth George Mayes 
Jack Boaz McFarland 
Edward John McGowen 
Carl William McIntosh 
Jack Edward McNevin 
John William Meehan 
David Felmley Meek 
Donald AIatthew Menke 
Harold Mestek 
Donald Tillotson Miller 
Anita Lillian Milleville 
Robert Hanson Mitchell 
Paul Louis Moschel 
Albert Danforth Mulliken 
DuANE Albert Murray 
Joseph Connor Murray 
Frances Carolyn Nelson 
Charles Albert Newlin 
Thomas Andrew Noland 
Charles McDonald Oehmke 
Warren Cole Overman 
Robert Donald Partlow 
Ernest Charles Pleschner 
Donald John Poole 
Georgiana Powers 
Charles Douglas Prescott, with 

Honors 
Robert Hoyt Price 



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Arnold George Pxirkis 
Otis Willoughby Randolph 
Marvin Ames Reynolds 
Charles Alexander Richmann 
George Albert Richner 
Robert William Riegel 
William Henry Rife 
Jason Ellis Robinson 
Jack Rubin 

Richard Waldo Sanborn 
Jeanne Lois Scarratt 
Harold Hillard Schwab 
Margaret Loluse Scott 
William Adolph Shroyer 
Knowlton Ames Smithers 
Kenneth Raymond Speer 
Frank Louis Stack 
Arthur Blair Stark 



Walter Gordon Still 

Joseph Stone 

Howard Arthur Stotler, Jr. 

John Charles Suerth 

James McFarland Taylor, with 

Honors 
Kenneth Edward Timm 
Jordan Truitt 
Robert Charles Verkler 
George Edward Vitoux, with Honors 
Willis Otto Wahlfeld 
James Eric Wasson 
Richard Lincoln Weissenborn 
Eugene Joseph Whalen 
Norbert Harold White 
William George Whyte 
John Lewis Wier 
Dene Walter Zahn 



In Industrial Administration 

Robert Alfons Bretscher Walter Carl ]\Ieyer 

Millard Eugene Castle Marvin Elery Monk, Jr. 

Thomas Earl Ent^ett Harry Francis Ream, Jr. 

Robert Warren Gehring Amos Milton Schuster 

Joseph Jay Gibberman James Donald Scott 

Francis Sylvester Goold Sherman Ezra Taylor 

Homer Langdon Hadley, Jr. Nick Vigna 

David Hogan Edward Theodore Wood 



Bernard Chesley Grain 



In Insurance 

William John Maurits, Jr. 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 14, iQS7 



The College of Engineering 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Agricultural Engineering 
Eugene Wallace McGaan 



Bradley Charles Gardner, Jr. 

Floyd Allen Hummel 

Gale Heston Jones 

Leon Robert Kolovsky 

Max Miller 

Fredrick Adolph Petersen 



In Ceramics 

Daniel Bernard Rapoport 

Harold Albert Schwartz 

Hubert Jacob Smaltz 

Howard Oscar Snodgrass 

Walter Marion Turner, with Honors 



In Ceramic Engineering 

Melville Leroy Combs Julius Horelick 

La Verne Godfrid Ekholm Albert Roy Lesar 

Wayne Xalpha Fay James Earl McFarland, Jr. 

James Harold Ginther Allen Knowlton Porter 

Leo George Goldberg Norman Schoeppel, with High Honors 

John Parker Guild Walter Jennings Senters 

In Civil Engineering 



Kenneth Carl Anderson 
Victor Paul Bonucchi 
Alfred Bartlett Bourgo 
Robert E. Burns 
John Carl Deisenroth 
Thomas Paul DeWan 
William Robert Elden, Jr. 
Louis Fiedler 
Robert Franklin Foster 
Richard Jaccoud Franklin 
William Freeman 
Richard Henry Gade 
John Merrill Goodell 
Myron Lee Gossard 
Karl E. Grohne 
James Raymond Hamilton 
Frank Bernard Henderson, Jr. 
Dean Stanley Kingman 
Elmer A. Kraft 
Louis Henry Kristof 

In Electrical 

Ernest Harold Ardahl 

Ernest Layman Berninger 

Arthur Saul Brown 

Carl Edward Campbell 

John Sedgwick Capps 

Norman Richard Carson 

Edward Cwiklo, with High Honors 

Jljlius J. Deitz 

James Lowell Dennis 

Karle DeWolf 

Theodore Dombrowski 



Frank Anton Kveton, Jr. 

Carl William Muhlenbruch, Jr. 

Elmer Harold Olson 

Pete Antonio Pakutinsky 

Charles Joseph Poppe 

Walter Adolf Renner 

William George Reynolds 

Edwin Guy Robbins 

Donald Stephen Robinson 

Jack C. Rogers 

John Donald Schulz 

Harry Ellsworth Skinner, with 

Honors 
Charles Monroe Slaymaker, Jr. 
John Robert Stipp 
Francis Jefferson Tytus 
Walter Edward Willard 
Charles Kenneth Willett 
Ernest William Zelnick * 



Engineering 

Austin Arthur Robert Dyson 
Orville Jordan Filers 
Frank Albert Ghiselli 
William Price Hoban 
Edward Hong 
Richard Lawrence Hull 
Leo Elbert James 

WiLHELM HiNRICH JaNSSEN 

Raymond Andrew Kempf 
Edwin Albert Link 
Richard Roy Little 



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William Charles Manchester 
Howard Bernard Mauch 
Herbert James AIcSkimin, with 

Honors 
Walter Milewski 
Allen Kearney Miller 
James Murrel Miller 
Carl Magne Milner 
Harold Theodore Pearson 
Harold Arthur Petersen 
Kenneth George Roth 



Robert Adam Schneider 
Martin Shapiro 
Victor Wayne South 
Curtis Hawley Stout 
Harold DeHaven Townsend 
Robert Trachtenberg 
Verne Edward Trummel 
Verley Reed Tullis 
Charles Tenny Vallette 
John Robert Williams 
Aldrich Zmeskal, with Honors 



John Franklin Hunt 



In Engineering Physics 

Darrell Carney Romick 



In General Engineering 

Walter Black Raymond Charles Arthur Purl 

Edward Frank Dudley, Jr. Robert Buford Stampfle, with High 
Lawrence Emil Heinen Honors 

James Mackenzie Hennig Robert William Weldon 

Robert Hermann Lehmpuhl George Gustav Youngstrum 
Herbert Harold Mitchell 

In Mechanical Engineering 



John Laurance Barker, Jr. 

George D. Batterton 

Daniel Blum 

James William Boyd 

Herbert Lincoln Chessman 

Edward L. Cornell, Jr. 

James Henry Coulter, Jr. 

Lloyd C. Daniel son 

Ralph Ellis Donnelly, with Honors 

John Walter Eason 

James Wyman Eaton 

Harold Leroy Fogler 

Theodore Norman Hackett 

Charles Herman Harszy 

Maurice Eugene Harvey 

Paul Dale Hess 

Clayton Erick Johnson 

Eugene Frank Lannert 

Oliver William Lemke 

Benjamin Henry Levy, Jr. 

Keith Lindley 

George Henry Logan, with Honors 

Robert Kenning Lowry 



Donald Webster McCafferty 
Bertrand Norval McDonald, with 

Honors 
Harold Nils Nilson 
William Warner Peters 
Charles Leonard Rabe 
John Albert Reeves 
William Augustus Roglis 
Richard Teller Rosander 
Frederick M. Scheie 
Kenneth Seddon 
Philip Alden Sidell 
Bruce K. Slonneger 
John Wesley Spalding, with Honors 
Kenneth Charles Suhr 
Clarence Eugene Tarpley 
John Anton Teiber 
Woodrow Walsh 

Edward John Wellman, with Honors 
Matt S. Wilson 
Gerald Wisegarver 
John Marsh Woleben 



In Metallurgical Engineering 

Charles Walter Beattie, Jr. Harlan Erwin Oehler, with High 

Clare Bateman Carlson Honors 

Robert Earle Grover Robert Richmond 

Lowell Hanna McCreery, with John William Sherman 

Honors John Alden Snyder 

Leonard Tofft 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 14, ig^j 



In Mining Engineering 

Ernest Cortland Adams, with Honors Frederick William Meyer 
Amzi Garrison Gossard 

In Railway Electrical Engineering 

George Dudley Smythe Johnson Robert William Tonning, Jr. 

Mark Brown Moore 

In Railway Mechanical Engineering 
Neff Raymond Ball William Robert White, Jr., with 



Richard John Kirsten 
Frederic Marich 



High Honors 



The College of Agriculture 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science , 
In Agriculture 



Ralph Clayton Ainsworth 

John Cook Alison 

Robert Benjamin Arnold 

Richard Dale Baker 

LoYD Wayne Barker 

Frederick Peirson Bierer, with High 

Honors 
Richard George Boardman 
Martin Orlando Bohlen 
Bernard Benjamin Bohren 
Dana Turner Boyd 
Donald Ray Clark 
Elin Edwin Cockrum, with Honors 
Robert Ryan Copper, with High 

Honors 
Robert M. Dole 
Eugene Ellis Downing 
Eugene Frederick Duncan 
Paul Herman Ebeling 
Chester Rudolph Eshelman 
Elden Kenneth Faulkner, with 

Honors 
William Wayne Fennell 
Donald Bryce Ferguson, with Honors 
Robert Willis Gardner, with Honors 
William Bruce Gardner, with Honors 
A. Morton Goldberg 
Loren William Hardy 
Claud Henry Harrold, Jr. 
Kenneth E. W. Harshbarger 
Grant Henry Hartman 
Robert Howey 
David Fred Hubbard 
Eldon Hufford 
Irving Monroe Huggins 
Jarvis Chandler Hurd 
Sheldon Harris Irish 
DwiGHT Norman Jewell 



Raymond Hal Johnson 

Kyle Warner Keeffer 

Walter Jacob King 

Charles Kenneth Lane, with High 

Honors 
James Robert Lee 
Howard Samuel Lowry 
Earl Edwin Lutz 
Alexander Osborne Macreff 
Theodore Nelson Mangner 
Laurence Edward Manning 

WiLLARD B. MaNNON 

JuDSON Philip Mason 
Owen Christian Maue 
Donald Gray McAllister 
Paul William McKey 
Clarence Wesly Mies 
Carl LaVern Miller 
Robert Charles Miller 
Werner Lind Nelson, with High 

Honors 
John Keith Parks 
Charles Donald Perkinson 
Lewis Neal Peugh 
James Ethelbert Potts 
Ernest John Rauschenberger 
James Frederick Reeve 
George William Ross, Jr. 
Arthur Leonard Schick 
John Emerson Scholl 
Dean LeRoy Searls 
Arthur Plummer Sidwell, with 

Honors 
Floyd Monroe Smith 
George Edward Smith 
John Andrew Snyder 
Lillian Mary Snyder 
Gordon Alfred Sowers 



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Kenneth Oliver Sowers 
Robert Ellsworth Spangler 
John Robert Spear 
Cheslea Charles Taylor 
Alfred Henry Thalman 
Edgar Franklin Walborn 
Ernest Warren Walker 



Orville Herman Warfel 

Robert Johnson Webb, with Honors 

Wayne Arthur Wise 

Max Jay Worthington, with High 

Honors 
Forrest Johnathan Wright 
Eugene Gundy Young 



In Floriculture 



John William Amling 

Walter Nelson Brown 

John Robert Culbert, with High 

Honors 
Eleanor Dolch, with Honors 
Robert William Doolittle, with 

Honors 
LoN Foster, Jr. 
Lloyd Allyn Coding 



Lyon Weldon Hartman 
Marcel Albert Hrnak, Jr., with 

Honors 
Hadley Paul Moore 
Helen Rachel Parker, with High 

Honors 
Mary Jane Saunders 
Flossie Fern Witt 



In Home Economics 



Carolyn Jane Agnew 

Lucille Ellen Elizabeth Albrecht, 

with Honors 
Lois Winifred Almy 
Geraldine Anderson 
Elizabeth Freeman Bashen 
Nellie May Berry 
Lois Evelyn Betzer 
Florence Caroline Bodenbach, with 

Honors 
^L\rjorie Mae Boe 
Gertrude Abbott Brandon 
AIary Melvena Bray 
Luna Sue Brown 
Gladys Irene Coventry 
Ruth Curry 
Clyda Jean Deputy 
Margaret Drake 
Margaret Ann Edmonds 
Elizabeth Mary Eisele 
Mary Elizabeth Friend, with High 

Honors 
Louise Hackmann 
Dorothy Jane Hall 
Weber Lloyd Hamilton 
Helen Lucile Haughton 
Julia Irene Hermie 
Frances Arlene Hodgson 
Georgia Dorothy Hoffman 
Katharine Mary Horan 
Louise Harriet Hoskins 
Dorothy Mae Irwin 
Elma Catherine Johnson 



Florence Marietta Johnson 

Helen Gertrude Jones 

Mary Katherine Jones 

Ladyne Elizabeth Kleckner 

Opal Ione Kreig 

Beth Belle LaReaux 

Roberta Virginia Little 

Aleta Eleanor Logan 

Lois Cecille Louis 

Margaret Josephine Mann 

Millicent Elaine Marshall 

Margaret Esther McIntire 

Margaret Alberta Cox Minor 

Gladys Marie Page 

Mary Adeline Parks 

Corinne Price 

Violet Susan Anne Raber 

Mary Luranah Randall, with Honors 

Dorothy Lucille Ranes 

Nellie Mae Ratcliffe 

Doris Lucile Ray 

Dora Ellen Rayburn 

Treva Estaline Richison 

Gladys Margaret Riggs 

Helen Maxine Ruby 

Hazel Elizabeth Schaad 

Alice Elisabeth Smith 

Helen Audre Smith 

Cynthia Hahn Stocker 

Evelyn Dorothy Sydow 

Margaret Elizabeth Wehking 

Naomi Louise Zimmerly 

Erline Pearl Zipse 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 14, JP57 



The College of Education 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Education 



Howard Wallace Abernathie 

Amelia Lucille Anderson 

Lois Marie Anderson, with Honors in 

Mathematics 
Ruth Helen Anderson 
Mary Louise Austin 
Margaret Eloise Baker 
Donald White Baldwin 
William Hardin Battershell 
Mary Helen Beck 
John Clarence Bell 
Edna Frances Bergstrom 
Josephine Camella Bevilacqua 
Ruth Irene Beynon 
Samuel Marion Henry Birdzell 
Kathryn Elizabeth Bonfield 
Marian Evalyn Bothwell 
James Albert Boltla 
Jean Renning Brand 
Maurice Merz Brandenburg 
Mary Frances Brandt 
Pauline Brenner 
Leah Jane Bricker 
Mary Virginia Brinton 
Ada Elizabeth Brown 
Christine Buchholz 
Ada Margaret Buck 
Mary Elizabeth Burns 
Jean McClellan Campbell 
Jane Arlene Carrier 
John William Carson 
Lee J. Chenoweth 
John Arthur Clapp 
Dorothy Jayne Clark 
Janet Livingston Clark 
Antoinette Louise Clifton 
Margaret Mary Clinch 
Chase Cutler Coffey 
Zelda Cohn 
Rachel Marie Collins 
Harry Austin Combes 
Bruce Edmund Conklln 
Margaret Mae Coon 
Marjorie Elizabeth Corder 
Raymond Charles Costabile 
John Blair Crawford, Jr. 
Marjorie Buene Cross 
Lenora Madeline Crowley 
Adelaide Rosemary Dadant 
Isabelle Davidson, with Honors in 

French 
Dea Louise DeVore 
Margaret Dolores Dickson 
Winifred Geraldine Dodds 



Catherine Dolch 

Alice Spottswood DuVal 

Eugene Dykstra 

Emery Ellsworth Ebbert 

Earl Franklin Ellis 

Elaine Ranghild Engstrom 

Martha June Eret 

Naomi Ruth Erickson 

Eloise Katherine Eshbaugh 

Solveig Pauline Espevik 

Jane Louise Falkenstein 

Jean Marie Fallon 

Lenice Lezetta Fischer 

Eleanor Virgene Forth, with Honors 

in Spanish 
Grace Mary Francis 
Murray Franklin 
Ellma Miriam Frantz 
Lucille Friedman 
Durward Mac Geer 
Inez E. Gieseking 
Olga Marie Gilster 
Horace Edward Greeley 
Robert Somerville Grieve 
Alma Grimmich 
Mary Martha Grisamore 
Richard Edward Guthier 
James Eugene Hagen 
Edyth Charlotte Hakes 
LeRoy Albin Halberg 
Clarence Hale 
Doris Marie Hans 
Stasia Hayman 
George Byron Healy 
Jeannette Heimbaugh 
Clarence Francis Helmrath 
Wilbur Lee Henry 
Mardelle Maizie Higgins 
Elizabeth Anne Hills 
Frederick Richard Hines 
John Corbus Hoffman 
John Edward Holloway 
Elaine Hood 
Emilie Hrdlicka 
Lillian Mae Hubbs 
Mary Minerva Iles 
Marion Fay Inkster 
Margaret Fawkes Irwin 
Naci Iskender 
Virginia Maie Jarman 
Anne Jarnitzky 
Maxine Anita Jaycox 
James John Jelinek, Jr. 
Helen Margaret Jeske 



Candidates for Degrees, June 14, ig^y 



27 



Evelyn Florence Johnson 

Eva Roberta Kaplan 

Beulah AI. Dalbey Kennedy 

AIaurice Donald Kepner 

Leo Ben Kneer 

William Louis Koch 

Anne Elizabeth Kovanda, with 

Honors in Biology 
Clifford Woods Kuhn 
Edith Kostner Lang 
DoRRis Jean Laxgman 
Lawrence Francis Lauck 
Ruth Bernice Lavenau 
John Dunlap LeMarr 
Frank Richard Leonette 
Mary Louise Lescher 
Sarah Helen Long 
Mary Eleanor Longley 
Elsie Lozar 
Bonita Elizabeth Lyons, with Honors 

in Education 
Ruth Louise Malan 
Marian AL^lmsten 
Kathryn Eunice Marsh 
Ju.\NiTA Irene AIcAlister 
Lillian Arlene AIcCallister 
LuELLA Ruth AIcCormick 
John Joseph AIcDonald 
Alta Lucille AIcGaan 
Jack Claltd AIcIlvoy 
Jane McIntyre 
Clarabelle AIcKinlay 
Florence Esther AIcLaughlin 
Emma Caroline AIeissner 
Charles Edward Meyers, with Honors 

in History and High Honors in 

Education 
Barbara Elizabeth AIiller 
Edward Wassar AIills 
Jean Jennie Lucile AIonroe 
Martha Alberta Montgomery 
Andrew Ensley AIonts 
Harold Allen AIoore 
Irene AIoore 
Mary Sampson Moors 
LaRue Morris 
Don Harlan AIorrison 
Virginia Evangeline AIowrer 
Genevieve Bonita Mixnson 
Ellouise Nesbit Naumann 
Gay Nelson 
ICenneth James Nelson 
Marjorie Ann Newlands 
Jlxia Ann Noel 
Julius Adam Nykiel 
George ^^loysius O'Connell, Jr. 
Mary Willidean O'Neill 
Gwendolyn Ruth Orsinger 
Molly Ruth Owen 
Felicia Marie Jean Pacelli 
Philip Alfred Pacyna 



John Lowe Parker 

Arthur Robert Parkison 

Marjorie Ruth Paullin 

June Donmeyer Pellett 

Joseph Oliver Perry 

Levett Alphy Peters 

Rhoba Phillips 

Clarence Louis Polaski 

Ida Effie Pollard 

Joseph J. Portle 

Paul Stewart Prather 

Edmund Carpenter Puddicombe, with 

Honors in Biology 
Doris May Putnam 
Edward Teese Putt 
James Howard Quick 
Jeanne Frances Ranger 
Emory Keith Rees, with High Honors 

in German 
Marjorie Lenore Reisz 
Michelle Resnick 
Hattie Ethel Rice 
Charles Elbert Ritter, Jr. 
AIary Jeanette Roberts 
Kathryn Elizabeth Rothert 
RowENA Lois Rudasill 
Frances Ardine Russell 
LaVerne AIarjorie Sammons, with 

Honors in Latin and in Education 
George Albert Satter, with Honors 

in Education 
Elvin Collins Sayre 
Virginia Mary Scanlin 
William John Schuck 
AIarie Antoinette Schuerman 
Carl Milton Schultz 
Keith Wimmer Seales 
Louise AIarie Senf 
Isabel Siegel 
Wayne Hessong Silver 
Edith Ada Silverman 
Ralph Sincha Silverstein 
Helen Irene Simpson 
Mathilda Casagrande Simpson 
Dorothy Emily Soukup 
Bernice Loretta Spain 
Gladys Eleanor Spencer 
Margaret Elene Squires 
Roland Edward Starck 
Albert William Statkus 
John Andrew Sterling 
Lois Marian Stinson 
Josephine Stroker 
Esther Hannah Stuttle 
Betty Erma Sundmacher 
Theodore Stephen Sunko 
Paul LaVern Swan 
Harold Arthur Swanson 
Merritt Wesley Tait 
William Robert Temple 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 14, iQSy 



Thelma Faye Tendick 
Robert William Tennyson 
Madeline Ann Toulme 
Helen Lavon Trolliet 
Betty Florence Turck 
Babette Twaite 
Lois Ruth Tweedy 
Marceine Harriet Vandaveer 
Catherine Elizabeth Van Gerpen 
Marion Virginia Villiger 
James Joseph Vopicka 
Marion Curtis Walker 
Margaret Marie Wanderer 
Richard Espy Ward 
Ruth Felps Weakly 



Phyllis Verne Wear 
Martha Olive Wesner 
Pearl Winifred Wheaton 
Annette Wieder 
Eloise Lamkins Wilkins 
Louise Elaine Wilmot 
Bernice Adelaide Wilson 
Dorothy Elizabeth Wilson 
Thomas Parr Wilson 
Leona Henrietta Wintermeyer 
Ruth Olive Witcraft 
William George Wittmann 
Merrill John Zavodsky 
Dorothy Ruth Zerv^^eck 
Christine Zoller 



In Home Economics Education 

Mary Elizabeth Cordis Jeannette Allen Hodson 

Mary Liona Crippin Betty Price 

Ruby Marie Elliot Maxine Olive Rosenberger 
Emma Lucille Hiller 



In Industrial Education 



Willard Arthur Hardy 



The College of Fine and Applied Arts 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Architectural Engineering 



Chester Charles Brandt 
Thomas Emery Bull 
Bainbridge Bunting 
Charles Lyman Ellis, Jr. 
Warren Elwood Glover, v^^ith High 

Honors 
Robert Frank Hastings, with High 

Honors 



Thomas Justin Imbs 

Fred Henry Jobusch 

Ferdinand Alois Loebach 

Jack J. Mackland 

Grable Barceleaux Weber, Jr. 

Carl Anton Weers 

Melvin George Weith 



In Architecture 



Stanley Houghton Arthur 
Arthur Alfonso Carrara 
Donald Ricker Hodgson 
Barbara Matilda Knipp 
Robert Bush Little, with Honors 
Virgil John Miller 
Warren Robert Richardson 



Fred William Schurecht 
William Shinderman 
Raymond John Stuermer, with 

Honors 
Isidore David Tabachnick 
Eugene Wasserman 



In Music Education 



Allen Perdue Britton, with Honors 

Mary Jane Carter 

Dorothea June Cox, with High 

Honors 
Helen Forsyth 
Helen Elizabeth Jackson 



Alonzo Frank Lape 
Joyce Virginia Malott 
George Harold Milkwick 
Mary Eliza Mills 
Doris Christine Olson 
Graham Theodore Overgard 



Candidates for Degrees, June 14, ipsy 



29 



Dorothy Louise Parker 
Kathryn Luelle Phillips 
AIary Marjorie Sharp 
Leonard Adrian Smith 
Joe Dean Stanley 
Carl Robert Stover 
Vivian Pr.\tt Taylor 



Dorothy Frances Trafton 
George Mitchell Turmail 
Thelma Louise Utterback, with 

Honors 
Fred William Westphal, Jr. 
Peggy Wilson 



The Degree of Bachelor of Music 



Charles Herbert Beckman 
Robert Maurice Blackard 
Ashley Roy Coffman 



Mark Frank DeLeonard 
Doris Evangeline Vance, v^^ith High 
Honors 



The Degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts 

In Art Education 

Jean Emory Wilson, with Honors 



Fred Edwin Joerger, with Honors 
Mary Augusta Thomas 



In Landscape Architecture 

George Fairbanks Causey Samuel Leslie Huddleston 

Glenn AIorris Dunkle Rodney Sincere Straus 

Donald Clayton Ge.a.ke 



In Painting 



Kenneth Roberts Barrick, with 

Honors 
Barbara Louise Busch 
^L'^rtha Saylor Callen 
George Br.'\dford Dearing 
Eleanor Virginia Hoyt 
Reginald Earl Meeker 



Charlotte Louise Miller 

Duncan Coffin Morrison 

Martha Hartley Rusk 

Marion Seiler 

Henry Volle, Jr. 

E. Lucille Wilderman 

Walter Conrad Wolf 



The College of Law 

The Degree of Bachelor of Laws 



Paul Alexander Altier, B.S., 1935 
RoscoE Lawrence Ball, Jr., A.B., 1935 
Frank Claude Barnes, A.B., 1935 
John Barr, B.S., 1935 
John Henry Barth, B.S., 1935 
Samuel N. Barth, A.B., 1935, with 

Honors 
RoY.\L Jay B.\rtrum, A.B., Illinois 

Wesleyan University, 1934, with 

Honors 
Bernard Benedetto, B.S., 1936 
Wayne Raymond Bettner, B.S., 

Northwestern University, 1934, 

with Honors 
Olin Lorraine Browder, Jr., A.B., 

I935i with Honors 
Howard Williams Campbell, A.B., 

1934 



Clinton Oliver Clark, Jr., A.B., 1935 
Byron LeRoy Connell, B.S., 1935 
John Davis Daily, B.S., 1935 
John Thomas Dickinson, A.B., Illi- 
nois Wesleyan University, 1934, 
with Honors 
Theodore Bradford Durfee, A.B., 1935 
Wesley Alfred Eberle, B.S., 1935 
Edward Christian Eberspacher, Jr., 

A.B., 1930 
WiLLARD Leland Eckhardt, B.S., 1935, 

with High Honors 
Fred Raymond Eiseman, Jr., B.S., 1935 
Frances Eleanor Elfstrand, A.B., 

1935 
Kenneth Edward Evans, A.B., 1935 
William Howard Gates 
J. Harold Glascock, B.S., 1935 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 14, ip37 



Roy Harold Glockhoff, A.B., 1934 
Bernard Thomas Grimes, B.Ed., Illi- 
nois State Normal University, 1934 
James Rice Hansgen, A.B., 1934 
Lawrence Raymond Hatch, B.S., 1935 
Robert John Horberg, A.B., Augustana 

College, 1934 
William Webb Johnson, B.S., 1934 
Elwood Kendrick, B.S., North Dakota 

Agricultural College, 1933 
Thomas Bryant Kennedy, A.B., 1934 
Virginia Morris Keusink, A.B., 1935 
Robert Henry Kinderman, B.S., 1935, 

with Honors 
Samuel Houston Lay, A.B., 1936 
Nelson Hall Layman, B.S., 1935 
Isadore Irving Leiken, A.B., Eureka 

College, 1935 
Wayne Thurlow Lewis, A.B., 1935, 

with Honors 
Ruth Elizabeth Leydig, A.B., 1935 



Edwin Wilmer Merrick, Jr., B.S., 1934 
Robert E. Mills, B.S., Northwestern 

University, 1933 
Wendell Edson Oliver, B.Ed., Illinois 

State Normal University, 1934 
Clarence Eck Partee, B.S., 1935 
Sam Solomon Pessin, A.B., 1935 
Frank Theodore Plattner, A.B., 1935 
John Everett Richards, A.B., 1935 
Howard Tice Ruff, B.S., 1935 
Edwin Wells Sale, B.S., Northwestern 

University, 1934 
Charles Francis Short, A.B., 1935 
Sydney O. Simon, A.B., 1935 
Len Howard Small, A.B., 1935 
Jim Elmer Stiehl, A.B., 1936 
Russell Neil Sullivan, A.B., Ober- 

lin College, 1925, with High Honors 
Harry Carter Temple, Jr., B.S., 1934 
Oswald Dan Vespa, B.S., 1935 
Guy Rhodes Williams, A.B., 1936 



The School of Journalism 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In 



Llewellyn Baird 
George Joseph Barmann 
Elliott James Barnett 
Richard Field Beam 
Stanley George Bergbom 
Emil George Best 
Marian June Boruck 
GwEN Eleanore Dentinger 
Dorothy Belle DuLany 
Charles Vernon Ellington 
Jane Brabant Engel 
Vivian Marie Ettelson 
Jacquetta Elizabeth Feavyear 
Mary Eldon Fleming 
Richard Emil Gauen 
Jean Louise Gougler 
Mary Harmon 
Leslie Wilson Higbie 
David Gardner Hoff 
Alice Hudelson 
Edward Murray Jones 
Genevieve Gay Lewis 
Grace Luise Liesendahl 
Katherine Jane Lightbody 
Anna Harriet McCambridge 
William Langeman McCarthy 
Clara Frances McGinty 
Robert Lee McGuire 



Journalism 

Dorothy McLaughlin 
Kenneth Christian Meyer 
Charles Weidner Mills 
Evelyn Louise Murphy 
Dolores Elaine Nagoda 
Paul Woodrow Neidhardt, with 

Honors 
Nathalene Dorothy Nemitz 
Paul Olafsson 
Richard Tuttle Orr 
Harold Meredith Page 
Virginia Palfrey 
Carlton Albert Palmer, Jr. 
William Robert Pershall 
Jeanne Barbara Phillipson 
Lloyd Lawrence Porterfield 
Richard Kenneth Redfern 
Dorothy Louise Reuse 
Lilbourne Lester Rice 
William Eaton Scheerer 

NORBERT ScHENK 

LiLYAN Muriel Schrier 

George Si ma 

August Carmin Sisco 

Lyall Frederick Smith, with Honors 

Walter Edward Sowa, with Honors 

Godfrey Sperling, Jr. 



Candidates for Degrees, June 14, ips7 31 

Robert Leonard Steele Frances Colleen Warner 

Edwin LeRoy Stoll David Cramer Welling 

WiLLARD Linn Thompson Jane Evelyn Wells 

Mary AIinter Thomson Arleen Wilson, with Honors 

Louise Trimble Robert Norman Wilt 

Charles Ferdinand Tuxhorn Warren Switzer Woodall 

Robert Dean Upp Elbert Alfred Yagow 



The School of Physical Education 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Physical Education 

Margaret Rose Cooke Virginia Louise Rugh, with Honors 

Temple Geanell Hayward Jean St. Clair Staehling 

Frances Keys Cecil James Trimble 

Josephine Payne Meixner, with Arlene June Wiegner 

Honors Virginia Alta Wright, with Honors 
Frank Thomas Nickels 



The Library School 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Library Science 

Alice Josephine Abel, A.B., Indiana University, 1936 

Edith Steinman Allgaier, A.B., University of Cincinnati, 1936 

Ilo Berxadine Bales, A.B., Simpson College, 1931, with Honors 

John Robert Banister, A.B., University of Michigan, 1936 

Dorothy Kathryn Bartholomew, A.B., Northwestern University, 1936 

Jean Watson Beecher, B.S., Northwestern University, 1936, with Honors 

J^Iary Alice Boyett, B.S., University of Alabama, 1934 

Anna Brown, A.B., University of Cincinnati, 1936, with High Honors 

Marethal Burquin, A.B., University of Louisville, 1932 

Ruth Mildred Clark, A.B., Louisiana College, 1935 

Flossie Madeline Cord, A.B., 1935, with High Honors 

Elizabeth Lucile Deaderick, A.B., University of Tennessee, 1934 

Henry Vail Deale, A.B., DePauw University, 1937 

Ruth Noland Dipboye, A.B., Indiana University, 1935 

Dorothy Genevieve Dixon, B.S., 1931 

Ruth Madeline -Erlandson, A.B., Knox College, 1928, with High Honors 

Marian Farr, A.B., Wilmington College, 1936 

Margaret Dunning Flick, A.B., University of Richmond, 1930 

Irene Carroll Ford, A.B., University of Chicago, 1936 

Katharine Forsyth, A.B., H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College, 1925, with 

Honors 
Anna Evelyn Foster, A.B., Butler University, 1934 
Ruth Mary Gray, A.B., A.M., Drake University, 1924, 1926; A.M., Columbia 

University, 1930 
Beryl Emma Hoyt, A.B., Simpson College, 1936 

Mary Sue Hudson, A.B., Texas State College for Women (Denton), 1936 
Bess Laing Humphries, A.B., University of Cincinnati, 1934 
Emily Louise Jackson, A.B., University of California at Los Angeles, 1934 



32 Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June ii, 19^7 

Elizabeth Jenkins, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1932 

Louis Kaplan, B.S., University of Chattanooga, 1930; A.M., Ohio State Univer- 
sity, 1932 
FiDELis Joseph Kaufmann, A.B., Columbia College, 1922 
Jewel David Kennemer, B.S., East Texas State Teachers College (Commerce), 

193 1 

Charlene Elizabeth King, A.B., St. Ambrose College, 1936 

Elizabeth Day Knapp, A.B., University of Toledo, 1935 

Lois Mae Lympus, A.B., Simpson College, 1934, with Honors 

Frances Louise Macoughtry, A.B., Indiana University, 1936 

Lois Martin, B.S., Southwest Missouri State Teachers College, 1935 

Winifred Alma McCue, B.S., 1933 

Dorothy Barbara McSkimin, B.S., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1934 

Clarence Millard Mitchell, A.B., Lawrence College, 1916; A.M., State Univer- 
sity of Iowa, 1933 

Ena Ruth Moore, A.B., University of Tennessee, 1925 

Anna Neal Muller, B.S., Kansas State College of Agriculture and Applied 
Science, 1921 

Catherine Carrie Nelson, A.B., 1934 

Mary-Louise Gertrude Neumann, A.B., Carthage College, 1932 

Clarence S. Paine, A.B., University of Nebraska, 1936 

Catherine Amy Powers, A.B., Indiana University, 1936 

Margaret Cecilia Rehring, A.B., A.M., University of Cincinnati, 1934, 1937 

Emily Evalyn Reich, A.B., East Central State Teachers College (Ada, Okla- 
homa), 1936, with Honors 

Dorothy Mae Reuss, A.B., Aurora College, 1935, with High Honors 

Leona Helen Ringering, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1934 

Lucille Campbell Rotchford, A.B., Wheaton College, 1923 

Eleanor Ruth Schaefer, A.B., University of Missouri, 1936 

Lauretta Mary Schmitt, A.B., Rosary College, 1936 

Pauline Ellen Simmons, A.B., Earlham College, 1933 

Sister Mary Celine O'Malley, B.S., Saint Xavier College, 1930 

Eunice Hazel Speer, B.S., Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia, 1930 

Sarah Jane Spencer, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1936 

Marjorie Jean Sprake, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1936 

Felicia Marie Sterling, A.B., Columbia University, 1927 

Harriett Steuernagel, A.B., Washington University, 1932 

Mary Lea Stewart, B.S., Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1933 

Ivah Stout, A.B., Indiana University, 1922 

Eudocia Stratton, A.B., Central State Teachers College (Mt. Pleasant, Michi- 
gan), 1926, with Honors 

Margaret Mary Sullivan, B.S., Purdue University, 1932 

Ora Thelen, A.B., University of California (Berkeley), 1936 

Donald Eugene Thompson, B.S., Iowa State College, 1935 

Lauretta Rea Trickey, A.B., Phillips University, 1935 

Esther Eylene Vissering, A.B., Eureka College, 1936 

Susan Marie Watt, A.B., Western College for Women, 1927; A.M., University 
of Chicago, 1929 

Margaret Watkins Wheeler, A.B., Connecticut College, 1927, with Honors 

Arthur Elmer Whitenack, B.S., A.M., Ohio State University, 1926, 1929 

Malcolm Maclean Young, A.B., University of Georgia, 1934 

Lillian Helen Yunger, A.B., 1936 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago 
June 11. 1937 



The College of Medicine 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Medicine 



Morris Aran Adland 

Donald William Anderson 

Stanley Edward Anderson 

G. William Arends 

Willis Hugh Atkinson 

SoDDiE James Barkett 

Adolph Bartoli, Jr. 

Leonard Albert Becker 

Robert Archie Beebe 

Paul Binder 

Jack James Bocian 

Emmert George Boeke 

George Joseph Brebis, with Honors 

William John Brown 

Alexander Maurice Buchholz 

Joseph Harry Buckley 

George Joseph Cooper 

Thomas Stewart Gumming 

Emil Stephan Danishek 

Albert Harold Diamondstone 

Ralph Marvin Dorne 

Maurice Joseph Drell 

Jack Walter Dworin, with Honors 

Louis Ehrlich 

Norman James Ehrlich 

Harold Martin Engle, with Honors 

Peter Thomas Esposito 

Emanuel Bass Fagman 

Lawrence Edmund Foster 

Kieffer Evans Frantz 

Wendell Rayburn Freeman 

Leon Philip Gardner 

Harold Xen Gerber 

Samuel Bernard Goodson 

Hyman Harry Gordon 

DoNN Roberts Gossom 

Alan D. Green 

Harold Anthony Grimm 

Edward Stanley Grossman 

Norton Robert Groth 

Florence Eunice Hart 

Robert Dean Hart 

Fred Albert Heimstra 

Francis Joseph Hrejsa 

Grover Donald Icenogle, with Honors 

John Baptist Ioriatti 

Harold Herman Joffe 

Aldona Ann Juska 



Richard Ernest Kinzer 

Louis Klein 

Sidney Klein, Ph.G., 1926 

Sidney Kligerman 

Sydney Maurice Kolodny 

Raymond Frank Kondziorski 

Paul Kotin 

Charles Rudolph Kudolla 

Edward Wickliffe Kunckel 

Joseph Francis Kuzma 

Morris Lang 

Isadore Lerner 

Philip Lerner 

Sydney Alexander Lerner 

Lawrence Arnold Levitin 

Gabe Celsor Long 

Howard Arthur Lowy 

Lawrence Stanley Mann 

John Stephen Martin, Ph.G., 1926, 

with Honors 
John Anthony Mirro 
Chauncey Lee Morton 
Dorothy Jean Niederman, with 

Honors 
Benjamin Francis Novack 
Amiel Lewis Palermo 
Edward Bernard Plattner, with High 

Honors 
Irving Maynard Reingold 
Gordon Laraway Richards 
Julius Benjamin Richmond 
Albert R. Rosanova 
Francis Joseph Sazama 
Milo Hill Schosser 
Adrian Leonard Schreiber 
Manuel Schreiber 
Edward Emil Schumacher 
William Thurman Shaffer 
Maynard Irwin Shapiro 
Benjamin Franklin Shirer, Jr. 
Albert Joseph Simon, with Honors 
Melvin Simonson 
Leo Smollar 
Eugene Spierer 
Charles Frederick Stahl 
Bernard Strassman 
Albert Sumner 



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34 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June ii, ipj/ 



Evert Anders Swensson 
Ralph Strong Turner 
Glen Hall Walker 
Philip Thomas Weisbach, Jr. 
Henry Sol Weiskopf 



Alvin Weiss 
Laddie Walter Zeman 
William Joseph Zimring 
Irving Herman Zitman, with High 
Honors 



The Certificate in Medicine 



Morris Abrams, B.S., 1937 
J. Joseph Align, B.S., 1935 
Albert Harry Argent 
Willis Hugh Atkinson 
Dorothy Muriel Baker 
Arthur Louis Barbakoff, B.S., 1935 
Sidney Morris Bernstein 
Duncan Biddlecombe, B.S., 1937 
John Dempsie Boland, B.S., 1936 
Bruce Morgan Brown, B.S., 1935 
Leo Jerome Brown, B.Ed., Southern 

Illinois State Teachers College, 

1932; B.S., 1935 
Leonard Sumner Buck, B.S., 1935 
Maurice Saul Burdick, B.S., Univer- 
sity of Chicago, 1931 
Robert DeForrest Burley, B.S., 1935 
George Bush, B.S., 1935 
Bernard Manuel Chapman, B.S., 1935 
Meyer B. Cohen, B.S., 1935 
Theodore Michael Cohen, B.S., 1935 
Clarence Cohrs, B.S., 1935 
Marshall A. Cousens, B.S., 1935 
Earl Scott Davis 

Robert Fuller Dearborn, B.S., 1937 
Bruno Anton Desulis 
Harry Louis Deutsch, B.S., 1935 
Donald Dick, A.B., Cornell College, 

1932 
Sol Paul Ditkowsky, B.S., 1935 
Theodore Jacob Dulin, B.S., 1936 
Katherine Duncan, B.S., 1936 
Maurice Dunn, B.S., 1935, with 

Honors 
Lester Horrow Eisendorf, B.S., 1935 
Sydney Fabian 
Ernest Theodore Faigle, Ph.C, B.S., 

1930, 1936 
Joseph Edwin Faingold, Ph.C, B.S., 

1929, 1935 
Everett George Falconer, B.S., 1936 
Philip Falk, B.S., 1935, with Honors 
Abraham William Feldman, B.S., 

1935 
BouRKE Firfer, B.S., 1935 
Franz Karl Fleischli, B.S., 1935 
Robert George Fox, B.S,, 1935 
Mitchell Louis Frank, B.S., 1935 
Wendel Rayburn Freeman 
Maxwell Gage, B.S., 1935 



Irwin Earle Gaynon, B.S., 1937 
George Joseph David Gertz, B.S., 1935 
William Nimmo Gilman, A.B., B.S., 

1934, 1935 
Herman Gladstone, B.S., Northwest- 
ern University, 1934 
Henry Bernard Goldt, B.S., 1936 
Alan D. Green 
Milton David Grossman 
Marie Anna Hagele, B.S., Lewis Insti- 
tute, 1931 ; M.S., 1936, with Honors 
Eugene Green Hamilton 
John Richard Heaton, B.S., 1936 
Jerome Fredrick Heinrich, B.S., 1935 
Edmond Richard Hess, B.S., 1935 
Howard Eugene Heyer, B.S., 1935, 

with Honors 
James Leopold Hora, Ph.C, B.S., 1933, 

1935 
IsADORE Isovitz, B.S., 1935 
Abraham Izzak Jackman, B.S., 1935 
Henry Joseph Jacobs, B.S., 1935 
HiLERD Westley Jenkins, B.S., 1935 
Leonard Alvin Kagen, B.S., 1935 
Lowell Edwin Kannapel, A.B., Brad- 
ley Polytechnic Institute, 1933 
Samuel Kantor, B.S., Northwestern 

University, 1932 
IsADORE Allen Kaplan, B.S., 1935, 

with Honors 
Joseph Harold Kaplan, B.S., 1935 
Max Kaplan, A.B., University of Ro- 
chester, 1933 
Walter Curtis Kinser, B.S., 1937 
Richard Ernest Kinzer 
Martin John Klapman, B.S., 1935 
Karl Klokke, B.S., Wheaton College, 

1933 
Meyer Walter Kobrin, B.S., 1935 
Leonard Hyman Kolb, B.S., 1935 
Walter S. Kotas, B.S., 1933 
Meyer Kushner, B.S., 1935 
George Jerome Kvidera, B.S., 1935 
Herbert Lack, B.S., 1935, with Honors 
Herbert Sol Lakin, B.S., 1933 
Henry Peter Lattuada, B.S., 1935 
Charles Richard Lenz, Jr., B.S., 1931 
Milton Lerner, B.S., 1936 
Joseph Milton Levenson, B.S., 1935 
AIyron Jame Levin, B.S., 1935 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June ii, /p57 



35 



Edward Levine, B.S., 1935 

Bernard M. Lipschultz, B.S., 1936 

Robert Eugene Logsdon 

Gabe Celsor Long 

Maurice Lorber, B.S., University of 

Chicago, 1932 
Victor Lorber, B.S., University of Chi- 

ago, 1932, with High Honors 
Edward Albert Luke, B.S., 1935 
Burle Beauregard AIadison 
Philip Milton ^Iarcus, B.S., 1936 
Thomas Anthony ^^IcInerney, B.S., 

Lewis Institute, 1933 
Jerome Saul Mehlman, A.B., Western 

Reserve University, 1933, with 

Honors 
Abraham AIelamed, B.S., 1935 
Joseph Rudolph Mitchell 
Leon Frank Moldavsky, A.B., West- 
ern Reserve University, 1931 ; M.S., 

1932 
Martin Luther Mosher, Jr., B.S., 1935 
Raymond Brereton Murphy, B.S., 

Lewis Institute, 1932, with Honors 
Ernest Mark Nielsen 
Louis Olsman, B.S., 1935 
Carl Palumbo 
Sol Pearlman, Ph.B., University of 

Chicago, 1933 
Hyman Peck, Ph.C, B.S., 1929, 1935 
Louis Judea Perlmutter, B.S., 1935 
Paul Quayle Peterson, B.S., 1935 
Reuben Max Reifler, Ph.G., B.S., 

1926, 1935 
Milton Robin, B.S., 1935 
William Rosenberg, B.S., 1935 
Albert Hessel Rosenblatt, B.S., 1935 



Robert R. Rothschild, B.S., 1935 
Harry Osbourne Ryan, Jr., B.S., 1935 
Zal Hyman Sanders, B.S., 1935 
Francis Eugene Sauer, B.S., 1935 
Margaret Mary Scannell, B.S., 1936 
Walter William Schwartz, B.S., 1935 
Wayne Pulley Sirles, B.S., 1935 
Herschel Stanley Smith, A.B., 1933 
Leo Smollar 

Carl K. Solander, B.S., 1935 
Edward Sosson, B.S., 1935 
Robert Andrew Spencer, B.S., 1935 
Isadore Spinka, B.S., 1935, with 

Honors 
William Edward Steiner, B.S., 1935 
Robert Healy Stevens, B.S., 1935 
Grant Suttie, B.S., 1935 
Vladimir Christov Svetanov, B.S., 

1935 
Roy Frank Teborek, B.S., 1935 
Milton R. Tobias 
Russell Groves Trummel, B.S., M.S., 

1925, 1931 
Glen Hall Walker 
James Bruce Waller, B.S., 1935 
Reuben Robert Wasserman, B.S., 

1935 
David Wassermann, B.S., 1935 
Paul K. Weichselbaum, B.S., 1935 
Harry I. Weiner, B.S., 1936 
Ben K. Williamson, B.S., St. Am- 
brose College, 1933 
Allen Edward Winer, B.S., 1935 
William Henry Wright, B.S., 1935 
Dillman Forbes Ziegler, B.S., 1935 
Joseph John Zuska, B.S., 1935, with 
Honors 



The Degree of Bachelor of Medicine 



Alfred Hilton Cassidy, B.S., Lewis 

Institute, 1932 
Harold Wayne Hammatt, B.S., 1933 
Dorothy Kathryn O'Connor, A.B., 

B.S., 1933, 1935 
Paul Joseph O'Neill, A.B., M.S., B.S., 

1932, 1933, 1936 



George Vernon Potter, B.S., 1934 
Walter Shriner, B.S., M.S., 1935, 

1937 
Maybelle p. Williams, B.S., Shurtleff 
College, 1932 



The College of Dentistry 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Dentistry 



Dayton Belaroue Berk 

Alfred Block, A.B., University of 

Michigan, 1934 
Stewart Leroy Bond 



Marvin Everhardt Brookstra 
Alexander Donshik 
Morris Eigen 
Maurice Aaron Fernhoff 



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Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June ii, ig^j 



Glen Everett Frey 
William Joseph Gibbs 
Irving Goldschein 
Jack William Goodman 
Salvatore Griffo 
Bernard Gurian 
Richard Holic 
Irving Julian Holstein 
Franklin Andrew Johnson 
Arthltr Bernard Justus 
Edgar Frederick Lane 



Albert Allen A^ark 
Robert Lee Moffett 
Henry Stanley Radziewicz, 
New York University, 1935 
Abraham Silverstein 
Solomon I. Smith 
William Robert Stanmeyer 
Edward Joseph Sullivan 
Marvin B. Weiss 
Edward Herman Wunderlich 



A.B., 



The Degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery 



Henry Fox, B.S., 1935 

Jack Friedlander, B.S., New York 

University, 1933 
Jacob Martin Goldstein, B.S., 1936 
Murray Mitchell Hoffman, B.S., 

1935 
Arthur Bernard Justus 
Edgar Frederick Lane 
John James Littig, B.S., 1935 
James Norman Lynch, B.S., 1935 
Ralph Margulies, B.S., College of 

City of New York, 1932 



Erwin Robert Melcher, B.S., 1935 
Henry Mintz, B.S., New York 

University, 1933 
Max Motew, B.S., 1935 
Donald Frank Nix, B.S., 1935 
Lambertus Stegeman Riedel 
Edwin Jack Ross 

Caesar Richard Ruggieri, B.S., 1936 
Rudolph Scheim, B.S., New York 

University, 1932 
Casimir Siniarski 
Henry Lewis Wente, B.S., 1936 



The College of Pharmacy 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Pharmacy 



Clifford Willard Anderson 

Charles Henry Becker, with Honors 

Philip Joseph Boffa 

Theresa Marie Broccolo 

Edward Wilder Brown 

George William Burhop, B.S., North- 
western University, 1934 

Franklin Charles Cevela, B.S., 
Lewis Institute, 1932 

Carl Albert Cohn, B.S., University of 
Chicago, 1932 

Marcella Leona Dargis 

Clarence Earl Denton 

John Wesley Elam, B.S., Lewis 
Institute, 1934 

Harry Flower 

Coleman H. Foote 

Julius Frank 

Robert Coultas Gasen 

Sophie Inez Goldberg 

Julius E. Golembo 

Jeanette Sylvia Jacobson 

Seymour Sanford Kalom 



Leonard Carl Albert Klemme 

Wilson T. Lacey 

Forrest Virgil Leonard, with Honors 

Charles Joseph Leone 

Samuel Aaron Lewis 

Ruth Virginia Madison 

Frank Thomas Maher, with High 

Honors 
H. Bernard Marder 
Florence Louise Martz 
John Robert McEncroe 
Maxine Ruth McKee 
Julius Alfred Meyerovitz 
Bernard Meyrowitz 
Fred Theodore Muetze 
Joseph A. Muley 
Paul Naktin 
Edward Joseph Osmolak 
Frank Ernest Parks, Jr. 
Nathan Norman Potkin 
Milton S. Prizant 
John Bruno Przepiorski, with Honors 
Irving J. Rabinowitz 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June ii, ip^y 37 

Bernard Charles Rosenbloom George Emil Svoboda 

John Philip Samuels Arthur T. Sypniewski 

Josephine Bernadette Scaletta Rubin Uretzky 

Martin Schwartz Raymond Joseph Warzynski, with 

John Scotellaro Honors 

Kenneth Maynard Stobart Benjamin Maurice Weiss 

Rita Irene Streit Irving Robert Witt 

Charles William Strout Stephanie Infantia Zack 



The Graduate School 

The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

In Bacteriology 
Nell Hirschberg, A.B., Smith College, 1928; A.M., University of Colorado, 

1933- The effect of human tissue juices on tubercle baciUi. 
Herbert Eli AIcDaniels, B.S., University of Chicago, 1925; AI.S., 1932. 

Appraisal of public health work in Oak Park, Illinois. 

In Physiological Chemistry 

Frances Agnes Briggs, B.S., 1926; M.S., Tulane University, 1928. The effect 
of the intravenous injection of crystallized egg albumin on the excretion of 
the antigin and the blood proteins in the urine. 

Helen Woodward Wade, B.S., Washington University, 1926; M.S., Iowa State 
College, 1929. Creatine and creatinine excretion in myotonia congenita. 

The Degree of Master of Science 

In Bacteriology 

Fr.\nces Marie Jacobson, B.S., 1933 

jMyron Jame Levin, B.S., 1935 

Dorothy Kathryn O'Connor, A.B., B.S., 1933, 1935 

Edward Ernest Vicher, B.S., 1935 

In Medicine 
Thrift Gene Hanks, B.S., 1936 

In Obstetrics and Gynecology 
George Henry Rezek, A.B., AI.D., 1928, 1933 

In Pathology 
Louis Olsman, B.S., 1935 

In Physiological Chemistry 
Norton Wieder Holder, A.B., Western Reserve University, 1935 



Degrees Conferred Since the Last 
Commencement 



Conferred in August and October, 1936, 
and in February, 1937 



The Graduate School 

The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 
Conferred in February, 1937 

In Agronomy 

Lloyd Vincent Sherwood, B.S., M.S., 1931, 1932. A physiological study of cold 
tolerance in corn. 

In Animal Husbandry 

John Henry Quisenberry, B.S., Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College, 
1931 ; M.S., 1933. Genetic studies of skeletal dimensions and their relation 
to body weight and egg production in the domestic fowl (Gallus domesticus). 

In Bacteriology 

Norman Callender Laffer, B.S., Allegheny College, 1929; M.S., University of 
Maine, 1932. A study of lactose-fermenting yeasts. 

In Botany 

Charles La Motte, A.B., A.M., University of Texas, 1929. Morphology and 
orientation of embryo of isoetes. 

In Chemistry 

Merton Monroe Beckwith, B.S., M.S., 1933, 1934. X-ray diffraction studies of 
distortion. 

James Howard Brown, A.B., Wabash College, 1932; M.S., Vanderbilt University, 
1933. I. The influence of the weight of para and meta substituted alkyl 
groups on the dissociation of hexaarylethanes. H. The activation of a 
platinum and oxide-platinum black catalyst by halogen acid. 

Jerome George Burtle, B.S., Knox College, 1932. Oxygen demand studies. 

Raymond Warner Campbell, A.B., Knox College, 1929; A.M., Harvard Univer- 
sity, 1932. An investigation of reactions involving hydroxyl molecules, 
oxygen, and hydrogen. 

Henry Benedict Fisher, Jr., B.S., Antioch College, 1932. Studies on bound 
water. 

Eugene Harvey Huffman, A.B., University of Colorado, 1927; M.S., University 
of Washington, 1929. The stereochemistry of complex inorganic compounds: 
I. Studies of resolution. H. Studies on the Walden inversion. 

Thurston Eric Larson, B.S., 1932. Colloidal properties of hydrous alumina. 

Paul Warren Lefpla, B.S., M.S., 1932, 1934. Structure and orientation in films 
built up from monomolecular layers. 

Edward Arthur Parker, B.S., M.S., 1930, 1932. Further x-ray study of 
cellulose and some of its derivatives. 

Leone Anne Ruberg, A.B., Lawrence College, 1930; A.M., 1934. L The struc- 
ture of cevine. H. The reaction between ethylene oxide and secondary 
amines. Some new local anesthetics. 

39 



40 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

Laurence Leland Ryden, A.B., Central College, 193 1 ; A.M., University of 

Missouri, 1933. Polysulfones from olefins and acetylenes. 
John Henry Shenk, B.S., M.S., Kansas State College of Agriculture and 

Applied Sciences, 1929, 1931. An x-ray diffraction study of proteins. 
Henry Russell Todd, A.B., Illinois College, 1932; M.S., 1933. A study of the 

acid intermediates in the methane fermentation. 
Wilson Vincent Upton, B.S., Monmouth College, 1932; M.S., 1933. Removal 

of anions from water solutions. 
Harry Herschel Weinstock, Jr., B.Chem., Cornell University, 1933; Al.S., 1934. 

Mesityl phenyl diketone and its reduction products. 

In Classics 

Paul Shaner Dunkin, A.B., DePauw University, 1929; A.M., 1931. Studies in 

the social outlook of the middle and new comedy. 
Chauncey Edgar Finch, A.B., A.M., 1930, 1932. The Urbana manuscript of 

Apuleius. 
Leslie Dent Johnston, A.B., A.M., Indiana University, 1929, 1931. Classical 

origins of Christmas customs. 

In Economics 

James Elwood Amos, A.B., Colorado College, 1923; A.M., 1928. The economics 

of corporate saving. 
Merrill Cochrane Gay, A.B., Oberlin College, 1929; A.M., University of 

Michigan, 1931. The trade agreements program of the United States. 

In Engineering 

Wan Li Huang, B.S.C.E., Tangshan Engineering College, 1932; M.C.E., Cornell 
Universitj^ 1935. An analysis of the rainfall-runoff correlation. 

William Ray Morgan, B.S., M.S., 1920, 1932. The conditions governing the 
diffusion of liquids in ceramic bodies. 

In English 

Eric Verner Sandin, B.S., Wesleyan University, 1920; A.M., Columbia Univer- 
sity, 1926. Charles Kingsley as novelist. 

In Geology 

Louis Cordell McCabe, B.S., M.S., 1931, 1933. Some physical evidences of rank 
development exhibited by vitrain. 

In German 

Paul Gerhardt Krauss, A.B., Michigan State College, 1930; A.M., University 
of Wisconsin, 1931. The Loblied. A study of the German secular song of 
praise, 1450-1650. 

Vern Wade Robinson, A.B., DePauw University, 1929; A.M., 1931. The history 
of the German play in one act in the i8th century. 

In History 

Alfred Taft Larson, A.B., A.M., University of Colorado, 1932, 1933. The as- 
sistance demanded by the English Crown from the clergy in the reign of 
Edward III. 

In Physics 

Carl Nicholas Challacombe, B.S., M.S., 1929, 1931. On the analysis of molecu- 
lar triplet-pi states with application to ALH, OH* and BH. 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 41 

In Psychology 

Luther Livingston AIays, A.B., University of Tennessee, 1928; A.M., University 
of Chicago, 1030. The strength of an end reaction tendency as affected by 
the number of serial preparatory responses. 

In Romance Languages 

Esther Frances Barnett, A.B., James Millikin University, 1927 ; A.M., 1929. 
An edition of El Leon de Espana by Pedro de la Vezilla Castellanos. 

Marvin Ellis Butterfield, A.B., Simmons University, 1927; A.M., Oklahoma 
University, 1930. The interpreters of Fernando Cortes, Doiia Marina, and 
Jeronimo de Aguilar. 

Roberta Myrtle Riegel, A.B., Central College, 1915; A.M., University of Chi- 
cago, 1926. Sainte-Beuve's treatment of romanticism and the romanticists 
in his principal works of criticism. 

In Zoology 

John Dary AIizelle, B.S., M.S., Louisiana State University, 1932, 1933. New 
species of trematodes from the gills of Illinois fishes. 

The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Chemistry 

Giles Warren Abbott, A.B., Albion College, 1935 (August) 

Fred E. Deatherage, Jr., A.B., Illinois College, 1935 (August) 

Sylvan Owen Greenlee, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1935 

(August) 
Fulton Lavelle Johnston, A.B., Mississippi College, 1934 (February) 
Sister Mary Antoine Reiter, A.B., Rosary College, 1928 (October) 

In Classics 

EuLALiA PATRiaA Aydt, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1930 

(October) 
Dorothy Dearth Cheever, A.B., 1928 (October) 

Ruth Audrey Hall, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1932 (October) 
Howard Reuter, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1935 (October) 
Sister Mary Pulcheria Laughlin, Ph.B., St. Xavier College, 1927 (October) 

In Economics 

Paul Robert Busey, A.B., Illinois College, 1930 (October) 

Lowell Kirkpatrick, A.B., 1935 (February) 

Roberta Henrietta McKay, A.B., Colorado College, 1935 (August) 

LeRoy Lillard Qualls, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1932 (August) 

Marian Catherine Richards, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1935 (October) 
Frank Henry Sandholm, B.S., 1922 (October) 
Arnold Frederick Simon, A.B., 1933 (February) 

In Education 

Claude Harlan Ammon, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 (February) 

Gilbert Lloyd Anderson, A.B., Augustana College, 1928 (February) 

Myrox Gilbert Armstrong, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 

1935 (February) 
Beulah Bernice Barrick, B.S., 1929 (February) 
Margaret Wilkins Bolden, A.B., 1923 (August) 

Ransom Lee Bradley, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1925 (August) 
Helen Margaret Burbridge, A.B., Illinois Woman's College, 1929 (October) 



42 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

John Oyer Burch, A.B., Illinois College, 1932 (August) 

Joseph Thomas Cogdal, A.B., James Millikin University, 1921 (October) 

Reuben Milton Conrad, A.B., Bluffton College, 1934 (August) 

Chester Evans Davidson, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1926 (October) 

Elbert Edison Field, B.S., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1934 (August) 

John Phillip Floyd, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1929 

(October) 
George Irvin Fridly, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1933 (August) 
Frank Bernard Godeke, B.S., 1925 (October) 
Max Reed Goodson, A.B., 1933 (October) 
Leo Handibode Graham, A.B., 1931 (October) 

Lester James Grant, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1934 (October) 
Howard Eugene Greer, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 

(October) 
Mary Elizabeth Hamilton, A.B., Monmouth College, 1922 (October) 
Earl Austin Hankins, A.B., James Millikin University, 1930 (October) 
John Ira Hay, A.B., Carthage College, 1926 (February) 
Albert Edward Humphreys, B.S., 1927 (August) 
Eugene Lummis Ihrig, A.B., Carthage College, 1929 (August) 
Roland Lansing Kiest, A.B., North Central College, 1927 ((October) 
Mayo Luther Magill, A.B., McKendree College, 1927 (February) 
Guy James McClure, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1932 (February) 
Lola De Witt McClurg, A.B., 1910 (August) 
Leroy Elbert Mecay, B.S., Lincoln College, 1929 (February) 
Frances Rockwell Moak, A.B., Lombard College, 1923 (October) 
Dale Brower Mullen, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1927 

(February) 
Lakie Board Munson, A.B., 1931 (August) 

Glenn Virgil Ramsey, A.B., Indiana Central College, 1932 (February) 
Clive Raymond Reynolds, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1928 

(February) 
Almira Jeanette Robertson, B.S., 1924 (October) 
Gus Francis Roth, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1933 

(February) 
James Clinton Sovine, A.B., Marshall College, 1931 (August) 
James Raymond Spiller, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1929 

(October) 
Orpha Stutsman, A.B., Mt. Morris College, 1923 (October) 
Nettie Floy Van Gilder, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1929; M.S., University of Chicago, 1931 (August) 
Charles J. Walker, A.B., McKendree College, 1927 (October) 
Myron Cooper Walker, A.B., Olivet College, 1934; A.B., 1935 (February) 
Earl Washington Wax, A.B., 1929 (October) 

Paul Ezra Woods, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1926 (October) 
Greydon Milford Worbois, A.B., Greenville College, 1935 (February) 

In English 

Louise Anthony, A.B., Lombard College, 1930 (August) 

Mary Margaret Armentrout, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1930 (October) 
Ida Lee Austin, A.B., Millsaps College, 1927 (October) 
Clara Elisabeth Carson, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1932 (October) 
Edna Ellen Haney, A.B., Baylor University, 1928 (August) 
Louise AIildred Harris, A.B., MacMurray College, 1928 (August) 
Marguerite Julia Huebner, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1935 (October) 
John Lars Johnson, A.B., Washington University, 1935 (October) 
Ruth Gustava Johnson, A.B., Knox College, 1924 (October) 
Owen Jordan Reamer, A.B., 1935 (October) 
Esther Loree Seibert, B.S., 1931 (October) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 43 

Geraldine Frances Thompson, A.B., Lindenwood College, 1928 (February) 
Marietta Kathryn Weed, B.S., 1930 (October) 

In Geography 
Leland Dwain Glover, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1935 (October) 

In German 
Elmer Linbsey Morthole, A.B., Illinois College, 1932 (October) 

In History 

Parker Ri^ese Agxew, A.B., DePauv^r University, 1935 (August) 

Frances Mae Alexander, A.B., 1927 (October) 

George Loy Cherry, A.B., 1931 (August) 

Janet Elizabeth Eisner, A.B., 1934 (October) 

Homer Herbert Fields, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1931 

(August) 
John Vernon Kirby, A.B., Eureka College, 1923 (October) 
Alfred Erlan Krumsiek, A.B., 1926 (August) 
Byron Franklin Laird, A.B., DePauw University, 1930 (October) 
Leota Maebra Miller, A.B., 1930 (February) 

Alexander C. Ridinger, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1928 (October) 
James Eugene Rose, A.B., 1931 (August) 
Paul Satterfield, A.B., 1935 (February) 
Florence Belle Simms, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1927 

(October) 
LiLiTH Evelyn Southgate, A.B., Butler University, 1935 (August) 
Trissie Anne Sutherland, B.S., 1925 (October) 
LaRue Gayle Thompson, A.B., 1935 (October) 
Robert William Ullom, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1932 (February) 

In Library Science 

Kathleen Margaret Ruckman, A.B., B.S. (Lib.), 1921, 1928 (October) 
Raymond How^ard Shove, A.B., Morningside College, 1928; B.S. (Lib.), 1930 

(October) 
Mary Elizabeth Silverthorn, A.B., University of Alberta, 1925; B.S.(Lib.), 

1928 (February) 

In Mathematics 

Jack Barnwell, Jr., A.B., Hendrix College, 1929 (August) 

Dorothy Eleanor Gibson, A.B., Rosary College, 1935 (October) 

James Harley Hayes, A.B., Illinois College, 1931 (October) 

Sister Mary Josine Brabec, B.V.M., A.B., Clark College, 1932 (October) 

In Physics 

Frederick William Stallmann, A.B., Illinois College, 1935 (February) 
Donald Horton Webb, A.B., Carthage College, 1927 (October) 

In Political Science 

Carl Wesley Gamer, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1922; S.T.B., Boston Uni- 
versity School of Theology, 1925 (February) 
Maximino Bernardo de Guzman, A.B., 1936 (February) 
ScovEL Richardson, A.B., 1934 (October) 
Ping Chun Tseng, A.B., National Tsing Hua University, 1929 (August) 

In Psychology 

Mary Josephine Kientzle, A.B., 1936 (February) 
John Philip Sawyer, A.B., 1935 ((October) 



44 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

In Romance Languages 

Madeleine Virginia Anderson, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1931 (August) 

Jesse Comstock Fenister Bridgham, A.B., Brown University, 1933 (October) 

Eleanor Frances Cook, A.B., 1933 (October) 

Helen Florence Cook, A.B., MacMurray College, 1928 (August) 

Regina May Hill, A.B., 1933 (August) 

Mary Armintha Spelbring, A.B., Illinois Woman's College, 1930 (October) 

In Sociology 

Gordon Roper Beers, A.B., McKendree College, 1935 (October) 
Helmut Otto Dahlke, A.B., 1935 (February) 

The Degree of Master of Science 

In Accountancy 

Frederick Eustace Brown, A.B., Marshall College, 1935 (February) 

Ching-Hai Chi, A.B., National Tsing Hua University, 1933 (February) 

Charles John Gaa, B.S., 1932 (August) 

Raymond Wei Yong Hsu, B.S., Fuh Tan University, 1935 (August) 

Preston Whitcomb Kimball, B.S., 1935 (October) 

Charles Augustus McDonald, B.S., 1934 (August) 

Edwin Weikal Murray, A.B., University of Kansas, 1929 (October) 

Emery Gaythor Rutherford, B.S., 1935 (October) 

In Agricultural Economics 

Howard Robert Baker, B.S., 1924 (October) 

Joseph Ralph Cullison, B.S., 1930 (August) 

Robert John Eggert, B.S., 1935 (October) 

Virgil Byron Fielder, B.S., 1925 (October) 

Berryman Richards Hurt, B.S., 1935 (August) 

Joseph Karl Lee, B.S., Utah State Agricultural College, 1935 (October) 

Joseph Clement Murphy, B.S., 1926 (February) 

Arthur Lindsey Owen, B.S., 1935 (October) 

Ray Holt Teal, B.S., 1935 (February) 

Walter Joe Wills, B.S., 1936 (February) 

In Architectural Engineering 
Frances Martin Baron, B.S., 1935 (October) 

In Bacteriology 

Parker Reynolds Beamer, A.B., 1935 (February) 

Robert Adrian Bullington, B.S., Eureka College, 1931 (October) 

Stanley Wright McNeely, B.S., 1935 (October) 

Anna Irene Rose Moore, B.S., 1933 (February) 

In Botany 
Elsie Margaret Braun, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1930 (August) 

In Chemistry 

Justin John Alikonis, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1935 (October) 
Richard James Christman, B.S., 1936 (February) 
James Wheeler Clement, A.B., 1935 (October) 
Frederick Cook, B.S., 1936 (February) 

William Henry Evans, Jr., A.B., Earlham College, 1935 (October) 
Rachel Caroline Heald, B.S., Middlebury College, 1933 (February) 
Russell Lowell Hicks, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1934 
(August) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 45 

William Claude Lang, B.S., McKendree College, 1934 (February) 

Willis Theodore Maas, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1929 (August) 

Edward John Matson, B.S., A.B., Whcaton College, 1933 (August) 

Albert Daniel Reeder, A.B., Illinois College, 1932 (August) 

James Halverson Sample, B.S., Elmhurst College, 1935 (August) 

Sister Mary Joan Preising, O.S.F., A.B., DePaul University, 1926 (February) 

James William Starrett, B.S., 1935 (October) 

Virgil Richard Sullivan, B.S., 1921 (October) 

Wilbert August Taebel, B.S., Elmhurst College, 1935 (August) 

In Civil Engineering 

AIilton Earl Eliot, B.S., University of Texas, 1935 (October) 
Kadri Emin Inantch, B.S., Robert College, 1935 (August) 
Bedros Kayayan, B.S., Robert College, 1933 (February) 
Simon Yetvart Kurkciyan, B.S., Robert College, 1933 (August) 
Ching Kong Tsao, B.S., Fuh Tan University, 1933 (February) 
Edward Ernest Varnum, B.S., 1935 (October) 
William Walter Wright, B.S., Lewis Institute, 1934 (August) 
Erol Yaltkaya, B.S., Robert College, 1935 (February) 

In Economics 

AIarion Watson Alford, B.S., Northwestern University, 1921 (October) 

Abraham Lincoln Hornor, B.S., 1928 (October) 

Gordon Carroll Losee, B.S., 1931 (August) 

Paul William Rau, B.S., Southeastern Missouri State Teachers College, 1926 

(August) 
Charles Phillip Slater, B.S., 1928 (October) 
Morris Adolph Soldinger, B.S., 1933 (October) 

In Education 

Wilbur Joel Abell, B.S., James Millikin University, 1925 (August) 

Charles Moore Allen, B.S. (Agriculture), B.S. (Agricultural Education), 1923 

(October) 
Edward Briggs Allen, B.S., 1929 (October) 
Arthur Ivano Bolton, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1930 

(October) 
Gail Avoline Boynton, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1931 

(October) 
Blanche Cline, B.S., Southeastern Missouri State Teachers College, 1928; A.M., 

1933 (August) 
Henry Bliss Corrie, B.S., 1925 (October) 

Ernest Dickey, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1927 (October) 
Harry Louis Dickinson, B.S., 1934 (October) 
Frances Eleanor Donahue, A.B., 1924 (February) 
Henry Christian Dutler, B.S., 1928 ((October) 
Clarence R. Fegley, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1931 

(August) 
Alvin Felts, B.S., 1927 (October) 
Douglas Finlayson, B.S. (Mechanical Engineering), B.S. (Education), 1929, 

1933 (October) 
Vera Rose Hickey, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 (October) 
Henry Clay Holt, B.S., 1930 (October) 
Mary Louisa Huntington, B.S., 1924 (October) 
Michael William Kehart, B.S., 1927 (August) 

Vernon William Kelly, Ph.B., University of Wisconsin, 1929 (August) 
William Adolph Kibler, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1920 (October) 
Evalene Virginia Kramer, B.S., Kansas State Agricultural College, 1919; 

B.S. (Lib.), 1928 (October) 
John AIillage Land, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1927 

(August) 



46 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement ^^ 

Harry H. Landis, B.S., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1929 (October) 

John Joseph Love, B.S., 1922 (October) 

Charles Patrick Martin, B.S., 1933 (October) 

James Arthur McCall, B.S., 1932 (October) 

Daniel Palmer Mitchell, B.S., 1922 (August) 

Hazel Elizabeth Moore, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1930 

(August) 
Merle Graydon Moore, B.S., 1926 (August) 
Theodore Alvin Nelson, B.S., Knox College, 1928 (February) 
Paul Gilkison Norsworthy, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1931 

(October) 
Elizabeth Chaplain Pickels, B.S., 1935 (February) 
Norman Henry Radford, B.S., 1927 (August) 
Hov^ard Harold Rice, Ph.B., Shurtlefif College, 1925 (February) 
Eli Franklin Ring, B.S., 1932 (February) 

Marion Joseph Romine, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 (October) 
Mae Schlichtman, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1931 

(October) 
Warren Preston Shepherd, B.S., 1932 (October) 
Leroy Lester Shinpaugh, B.S., Eureka College, 1927 (October) 
Wright Alexander Sim, B.S., 1935 (October) 
Ernest John Simon, B.S., 1933 (August) 
Charles Allen Spangler, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1932 

(October) 
Marion Grace Spivey, B.S., 1935 (August) 
Lewis Stephens, B.S., 1923 (October) 
Howard Willis Stinson, B.S., 1920 (October) 
Kenneth Curtis Tate, B.S., 1929 (October) 
Harold Teitelbaum, B.S., 1936 (February) 
Gerald Yates Trimble, B.S., 1931 (October) 
Ralph Ray Turner, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1927 

(October) 
Clyde Laurence Walters, B.S., 1927 (October) 

Emma Gertrude Wells, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1927 (October) 
AiTKEN F. Young, B.S., 1931 (February) 

In Entomology 
Clarence William Bills, A.B., James Millikin University, 1930 (February) 

In Geography 

Elmer Simmons Jack, B.S., 1922 (October) 
Eugene Howard Schroth, B.S., 1927 (October) 

In Home Economics 

Mildred Ruth Chapin, A.B., 1934 (October) 
Bernadine Helen Meyer, B.S., 1933 (October) 

In Library Science 

Dorothy Jeanne Hill, B.S., B.S.(Lib.), 1932, 1933 (February) 
AIay Smith, B.S., 1924 (August) 

In Mathematics 
LiLA Gene Sherritt, B.S., 1935 (February) 

In Physics 

WiLFORD Griffin Akin, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1927 

(February) 
William Stifler Burton, B.S., Shurtlefif College, 1928 (October) 
John Wesley Clark, A.B., University of Montana, 1935 (February) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 47 

James Eldon Holcomb, A.B., Greenville College, 1934 (August) 

Virgil Lichtenberger Likins, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1927 

(August) 
John Whitney Mason, B.S., University of Oklahoma, 1934 (October) 
John Edward Russell, B.S., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1931 (October) 
Frazer Rice Turrentine, B.S., 1934 (February) 
Walter Waldo Willis, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 

(August) 

In Zoology 

Charles Theodore Black, A.B., 1935 (February) 

WiLUAiM Washington Buchanan, Jr., Ph.C, B.S., 1933, 1936 (February) 

Sara Elizabeth Espe, A.B., Aurora (College, 1934 (August) 

Arthur Wright Henderson, A.B., Illinois College, 1932 (February) 

Charles Leplie Kanatzar, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1935 

(August) 
Stephen Earnest Koelz, B.S., 1935 (October) 
Franklin Alfred Rich, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1927 

(October) 
John AIillard Rush, A.B., Indiana University, 1928 (October) 
Robert John Schoffman, D.V.M., Iowa State College, 1930 (August) 



The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

The Degree of Bachelor of Arts 

In Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Edward Allman (February) Marjorie Maurene Fell, with Honors 
George Adam Bachmann (August) in English (February) 

Azel Lyndon Bell (October) William Rowe Forsythe, with High 
Dorothy Gloria Bim Merle (October) Honors in Chemistry (February) 

Jessie Sawyer Bishop, with Honors Bethel Ruth France (October) 

in Spanish (February) Wilson Barr Gragg (August) 

Harriet Jewel Brown (February) Arnold William Greenbaum 
Clara Louise Buhlig, with Honors in (August) 

History (October) Jack Nathan Gross (February) 

Mildred Kathryn Buis (October) Ralph J. Gussman (February) 

Sally Elizabeth Carnahan Martha Halliburton (October) 

(February) James Richard Hammett (October) 

Leonard Carriere (February) Jack Morton Harris (February) 

Lestine Carson, with Honors in Jeannette Leslie Hickox (February) 

French (August) Catherine Ruth Holmes (February) 

John Francis Castle (August) Willard Eugene Hubbard (February) 

Irving Aaron Chavin (October) Florence Anna Miller Huff 
Walter Fred Claussen (October) (October) 

John William Coulman (February) John Morris Johnson (February) 

Leland Ralph Cox (August) Thelma Geraldine Johnson 
Maria Crowley (August) (February) 

James Wheeler Davis (February) Jeannette Cook Kibler (February) 

Wayve Aurilla Davis (February) Clayton Kirkpatrick, Jr., with 
Jay Reed Delano (February) Tutorial Honors in English 

Robert Sinclair Dietz (February) (February) 

W^alter Headen Draper (February) John Edward Kohler (February) 

Willard Bennett Eastman (August) James Robinson Large (October) 

Everett Ketchum Eickstaedt William John Law, Jr. (February) 

(August) Elbert Hilles Loyd, II (October) 

W^iLMA Farris (February) Orval Wesley Lucier, with Honors 
Grace Audrey Feinberg (February) in Political Science (February) 



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Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 



Elizabeth Louise Markunas 

(February) 
Arleigh Camille Mears (August) 
Ruth Azalea Moll (February) 
William DuWayne Neff (August) 
Kitty Davis Nicholson (February) 
Ruth Notkin (February) 
James Fergus (Drr, Jr. (February) 
Laddie Thomas Pasterik (October) 
Charles Robertson Patten (October) 
Gerald Waters Peck, with Honors in 

Economics (February) 
Irene Adele Petz (August) 
Donald Ernest Phelps (February) 
Robert Beauman Porter (October) 
George William Remsen (October) 
Theodore Francis Riddell (October) 



Nancy Freeland Riley, with Honors 

in French (August) 
Richard Martin Shelton (February) 
JosiE Oneida Slater (August) 
Gilbert Allan Smith (February) 
William Emerson Spence (October) 
Malcolm Cedric Spencer (August) 
Gertrude Magdalen Stier (August) 
William John Sweeney (October) 
George Busey Tawney (February) 
Odessa DeArtis Taylor (August) 
Melvin William Trotier (February) 
Ernest Maynard Weber (August) 
Norman AIorris Weed (February) 
Ellen Henrietta Wilke (August) 
Charles Ralph Williams (February) 
Glenn Clarence Wolf (August) 



In Home Economics 
Helen Edith Burt (August) 



Carolyn Lucille Strubinger 
(October) 



The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Allan Jennings Barney (October) 
Hamilton Rodell Fishback, Jr. 

(October) 
Hiram David Gooch (February) 
David Richard Lincicome, with High 

Tutorial Honors in Zoology 

(February) 
Jeanne Frances Miller (October) 



Edgar Lewis Moorman, Jr. 

(February) 
WiLLARD Orner Nelson (February) 
Hugo Richard Schmidt (October) 
William Martin Scott, with Honors 

in Zoology (August) 
Joseph Novak Stonesifer (August) 



In Chemical Engineering 



Stanley Walter Gawin (October) 
James Gordon Hunter (February) 
Vincent Joseph Labrecque (August) 
George Lawrence Mehl (February) 
Ovid George Ruhmann (October) 
Clyde Davis Segner (February) 



Richard Loring Slotter (October) 
EuRY Elston Strange (February) 
John Thomas Stringer (October) 
Glenn Clarence Hire Career 
Williams (February) 



In Chemistry 



Arthur Berger (February) 
Frederick Ferdinand Giese 

(February) 
Harry Lester Hyndman, Jr. 

(February) 
Alfred Anton Johnson, with Honors 

(August) 



Albert Rollo Pettyjohn (August) 
Dale Victor Reeter (August) 
Gerald Chancy Reid (August) 
Harry Louis Yablunky, with Honors 
(February) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 49 

The College of Commerce and Business 
Administration 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Accountancy 

Emil Francis Fernholz (February) William Comer Waggoner, Jr. 

John Louis Morton (February) (February) 

Charles Richard Reifsteck (Feb- 
ruary') 

In Banking and Finance 

William Walter Paul Charle James Daniel Heinlein (August) 

(February) John Hamilton Langley (February) 

William Walter Davenport (August) 

In Foreign Commerce 
Charles Monroe Anderson (February) 

In General Business 

George William Adis (February) Lowden Antis Hanselman (August) 

James Henry Ashbrook (February) Emma Ree Hubbs (February) 

Walter Herbert Baker (August) Alva Kendall Huff (February) 

Leonard James Beattie (August) Law^rence Norman Jensen (August) 

Donald ]\Ieader Beckley (August) Gladys Grace Jones (February) 

Joseph Blumberg (October) Lucille Maxine McMahan (February) 

Robert Ziock Boehmen (August) Howard Robert Moore (October) 

James Joseph Butler (February) Robert David Poole (February) 

Andrew Cherry (August) Robert Stevens Rummler (February) 

Robert Pleasant Cothern, Jr. Warren Albert Schafer (August) 

(February) Roy Joseph Schultz (February) 

Stuart Blaine Clt,tra (October) Wesley Edwin Stark (February) 

Kenneth Theodore Curfman (August) Jack Charles Sweney (February) 

Edward Jacob Fieser (August) Albert Cully Taylor (October) 

Floyd Burton Green (August) Don Martin Troll (February) 

Roy Paul Griffin (February) Louise Charlotte Zimmerman 
George Briggle Guthrie (February) (August) 

In Industrial Administration 
Karl K. Lacher (February) 

In Insurance 
Julian Leszczynski (October) 

In Trade and Civic Secretarial Service 
Walter Darwin Whitney (August) 

The College of Engineering 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Agricultural Engineering 
Willard Herbert Bixby (February) Charles Wendell Ramsey (October) 



50 Degrees Conferred Since Last C ommencement 

In Ceramic Engineering 
Howard Joseph Caquelin (February) Charles Robert Filippi (February) 

In Civil Engineering 

James Lawrence Brierton (February) Clarence Herbert Kadow (February) 
Richard Willis Gardner (February) Quentin Martin Mooney (February) 
Charles Dominic Gaudio (February) John Hronyecz Norse (February) . 
Richard Ferdinand Huxmann 
(February) 

In Electrical Engineering 

Wilfred Gerald Buck (February) Harold Jack Rosenberg (February) 

Harold Logan Garton (February) Robert Eugene Sprinkle (October) 

Frank Mario Miramonti (October) Wayne Lenard Vicklund (October) 

Harry Bruce Piper, Jr. (February) Edward Wagner (February) 

In Engineering Physics 
James Henry Eddleston (October) 

In Mechanical Engineering 

Roger Harris Benedict (October) William Delmar Raddatz (February) 

William Arthur Berger (February) Robert Philip Shimmin, Jr. (October) 
Thomas Jefferson Herrick (October) Kenneth William Smith (February) 

In Mining Engineering 

John Sutherland Langwill (Feb- 
ruary) 

The College of Agriculture 
The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Agriculture 

Franklin Hatch Allen (February) Estel Ebert Miller (February) 

Kenneth Robert Bennett, with High James Evans Murphy (February) 

Honors (October) Vern Hellyer Orum (February) 

Joe M. Bogdansky (February) John Clarence Pfeffer, with Honors 
Louis Franklin Born (February) (February) 

John Felix Boron (February) Ronald Thomas Ranson, with High 
J. Eldie Coplan (February) Honors (February) 

Leland Wayne Cramer (October) Robert Worth Rhinehart (February) 

Willard Parker Evans (October) David Rees Sanks, Jr. (October) 

Melvin Phillip Gehlbach (February) Creed Shaw (October) 

Robert S. Hopson (February) Cary Francis Strang (October) 

Lawrence Emmerson House Ennis Cornelius Sullivan (February) 

(February) Alfonso Veterane, Jr. (February) 

Charles Morris Johnson (February) William Cornelius Walker 
Hugh Neil Jones (February) (February) 

Kenneth Edward Kinsinger George Hays Walter (February) 

(February) Ernest Verna Winings (February) 

John Frederick Meharry (February) Jack Zimel (October) 

In Floriculture 
William Ray Randall (February) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 



51 



In Home Economics 



Janet Eunice Buck (February) 
Elizabeth Abigail Colean (February) 
Gladys Virginia Heck (October) 
Helen Amelia AIies (February) 



Lucibert Tippit (February) 
Olive Elizabeth Wathen, with 
Honors (February) 



The College of Education 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Education 



Pliny Arnold Adams (February) 
Arthur Charles Anderson (February) 
Marjorie Stubbs Atchley (October) 
Mary Elizabeth Barns (October) 
Lavinia Mary Barton (October) 
Joseph Robert Bell (February) 
Dorothea AIae Berry, with Honors in 

Education (February) 
Bernice Alene Black (February) 
Elder Gretchen Bloomster (August) 
Ruth Ella Boot (February) 
Martin Bernard Borad (October) 
MiLFORD Bland Bottomley (October) 
Angeline Elizabeth Bozzich 

(October) 
John Wagner Brown (August) 
Walter Valmi Brown (August) 
Olive Sarah Carter (February) 
Alyce Collier (August) 
Emil Corgiat (August) 
Frances Elida Crisler (October) 
Jerome Lester Davis (February) 
Walter H. Denison (October) 
Catharine Elizabeth Dolan 

(October) 
Dorothy Elizabeth Dunlap (October) 
Charlotte Loualice Faris (October) 
William Herbert Farrimond 

(October) 
Leonard Feinberg (February) 
Norma Floyd, with Honors in History 

(October) 
Evangeline Christine Force 

(October) 
Katherine Lee France (August) 
Kathleen Stuart Funkhouser 

(October) 
Marion Eugene Gahan (October) 
Verdie Pearl Galbreath (August) 
Rosannt: Garrison (February) 
Tripoli Thomas Gentile (February) 
Ethel Grace Gottrick (October) 
Stanley Douglas Gralak (August) 
Louie Gratch (February) 
Kenneth Douglas Gross (February) 
William David Hall (October) 



Frederick Earl Helpers (October) 
Ella Hlavacek (October) 
Tom Clifford Horrall (August) 
Evelyn Fa ye Hoxsey (August) 
Joseph Thomas Jana (October) 
John Rudolph Juravich (February) 
GoLDiE Ann Kannmacher (August) 
NoLA Opal Kannmaoier (August) 
Willis Leon Kias (October) 
Mary Jane Kidd (October) 
Naomi Zimmerman Koehler (August) 
Clarence Arthur Kraft (February) 
Henrietta J. Lembke (October) 
Glenn Watkins Mathis (February) 
Mahlon Berton Mercer (February) 
AsTRiD H. MuNSON (February) 
Stanley Orn stein (February) 
Donald Francis Peppard (February) 
Forrest Ingman Peters (February) 
Harold Oren Petty (October) 
Helen Elizabeth Platt (August) 
Elsie Jean Poirot, with Honors in 

Education (February) 
Lorena Ray Porter (August) 
Ethel Catherine Prindable (August) 
Herschel Jltdson Rea (October) 
Lilbourne Lester Rice (February) 
Katherine Bernice Riordan 

(February) 
Kenneth Walter Robinson 

(February) 
William Allen Rudolph (October) 
Mary Louise Sayler (October) 
Clara Charlotte Schlarman 

(October) 
Lillian Betsy Segel (February) 
Ada Beatrice Smith (October) 
Keith Watson Stein (August) 
Herman Maurice Stokes (February) 
John William Strader (October) 
Helen Jean Thomson (February) 
Hazel Thornton (February) 
Bernice Anna Tucker (October) 
Edward William Weber (February) 
Alexander Wallace Wilson 

(October) 



52 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencem ent 

In Home Economics Education 
Marian Malinda Andermann (February) 

In Industrial Education 
John Franklin Clawson (October) 



The College of Fine and Applied Arts 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Architectural Engineering 
Ting Tsung Wang (February) 

In Architecture 
Cletis Roy Foley (October) John Wilbur Steinmann (October) 

In Music Education 
Halcolene Stroeter (October) 

In Public School Music 
Edward Silas Baker (August) 

The Degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts 

In Art Education 
Marglterite Dolch (August) 

In Painting 

Sarah Russell Taylor Marshall (October) 

The Degree of Bachelor of Music 

Wolfgang Kuhn, with High Honors Mahlon Berton Mercer (February) 
(August) 

The College of Law 
The Degree of Bachelor of Laws 

Harvey Heath Acton, B.S., 1935 Louis Eugene Leiter, A.B., 1935 

(February) (February) 

Sam Bergman, B.S., 1935 (February) Benjamin E. Neff, A.B., 1934 
Ralph Herbert Brouillette, B.S., 1932 (February) 

(February) James Allen Powers, B.S., 1935 
Robert Sessel Brown, A.B., Indiana (October) 

University, 1934 (August) Clifford Ernst Schmidgall, B.S.L., 
James Arthur Eaton, B.S., 1935 Northwestern University, 1934 

(August) (August) 

Clarence Eugene Kimmel, A.B., 1917, William Frederick John Schulz, 

with High Honors (August) A.B., A.M., 1933, 1934 (February) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 53 

William Stewart Scovill, B.S., 1935 John William Unger, A.B., Wabash 
(February) College, 1932 (August) 

Robert Bruce Thomson, A.B., 1935 Espey Carrl Williamson, A.B., 1933 
(August) (February) 

The School of Journalism 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Journalism 

Mary Jane Baker (February) William August Marsteller 
Patti Burnham (October) (February) 

Marjorie Jake Byers (February) Raymond Eugene Price (August) 

BiLLiE Maxine Jordan (August) Frances Blair Pride (February) 
Robert Aldridge Klockau (February) 



The School of Physical Education 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Physical Education 
Sherwood Elliott Wise (August) 

The Library School 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Library Science 

Eloise Gladys Agnew, A.B., Southwest Texas State Teachers College, 1927 

(August) 
Ruth Lucille Archer, A. B., Mississippi State College for Women, 1921 (August) 
Helen E. Austin, A.B., University of Arizona, 1935 (August) 
James Gerard Baker, A.B., University of Missouri, 1930 (August) 
Janet Gertrude Bullen, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1931 (August) 
Mary Elizabeth Coleman, A.B., Mississippi State College for Women, 1931 

(August) 
Helen Margaret Cooper, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1935 (August) 
Anne Harrison Crathorne, A.B., 1930 (August) 

Ralph Theodore Esterquest, B.S., Northwestern University, 1933 (August) 
Margaret Louise Fink, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1933 (August) 
Ferne M. Garman, A.B., 1932 (August) 
Margaret (jOlden Glenn, A.B., 1928 (August) 
Vera Evelyn Goessling, A.B., B.S., University of Missouri, 1922, with Honors 

(August) 
Frances Marion Helff, A.B., 1931, with Honors (August) 
Elizabeth Anne Hinckley, A.B., Indiana State Normal School, 1927 (August) 
JuANiTA Geraldine Kaxjfman, A.B., 1929 (August) 
Graoe Fern Latimer, A.B., University of Denver, 1927 (August) 
Arethusa Lowrey, B.S., Central Missouri State Teachers College, 1924 (August) 
Elizabeth Margaret Malone, A.B., Wesleyan College (Macon, Georgia), 1924 

(August) 
Arden Elizabeth Masters, A.B., Illinois Woman's College, 1926 (August) 



54 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

Reva Nearhood, A.B., University of South Dakota, 1932 (October) 

Martha Harriet Nutt, A.B., Butler University, 1930 (August) 

Ophelia Milret Petty, B.S., Southwest Texas State Teachers College, 1930 

(August) 
Aletha Burnett Redman, A.B., Ellsworth College, 1922 ; A.M., State University 

of Iowa, 1923 (August) 
Becky May Sanford, A.B., Blue Mountain College, 1934 (February) 
Mary Louise Seely, A.B., Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1929 (August) 
Margaret Elizabeth Sheers, A.B., West Texas State Teachers College, 1932 

(August) 
Catherine Anne Simms, B.Ed., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1934 

(August) 
Sister Mary Emerenciana Medelis, C.S.C, Ph.B., A.M., DePaul University, 

1928, 1934, with High Honors (August) 
Clydine Catherine Stickney, A.B., University of Texas, 1926 (August) 
Frieda Emilie Voss, Ph.B., Shurtleff College, 1925 (August) 
Josephine Hunt Waller, A.B., 1935 (August) 
Olive Mary Weaver, B.S., State Teachers College (Murfreesboro, Tennessee), 

1934 (August) 
Matilda Wiley, A.B., 1935 (August) 



The College of Medicine 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Medicine 

Morris Abrams (February) Max Edward Klein (February) 

Duncan Biddlecombe (February) Jack Levin (February) 

Horace Pearse Christian (February) Bernard M. Lipschultz (October) 

Robert Fuller Dearborn (February) Harry De Witt Nesmith (February) 

Frederick Leroy Eagleston, Jr. Bernard B. Neuchiller (October) 

(February) Clifford H. Peters (February) 

Ernest Theodore Faigle (October) Lawrence William Peterson 
Irwin Earle Gaynon (February) (October) 

George Augustine Goder (October) Harry N. Petrakos (October) 

Jerome Kaiser (October) John Wesley Sheagren (October) 

Walter Curtis Kinser (February) Milton Jerome Sneider (October) 

The Degree of Doctor of Medicine 

Joel E. Adams (July i, 1936) 

Samuel Alfred Adland, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Ben Appel, B.S., 1935 (July i, 1936) 

Alfred Stone Ash (July i, 1936) 

Harold Joseph Barys, B.S., 1935 (June 8, 1936) 

Oscar Jacob Becker (July i, 1936) 

Merrill Charles Beecher (July i, 1936) 

Robert David Berke (July i, 1936) 

Armin Louis Blaufuss, Ph.C, 1928 (July i, 1936) 

George Wencil Bohr (June 6, 1937) 

Daniel Edward Bowers (July i, 1936) 

David Marvin Brotman, B.M., 1935 (July i, 1936) 

Emily Baer Brownell, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1936) 

Edward Maurice Burns (June 6, 1937) 

Robert Vernon Carter (July i, 1936) 

Louis Chabner (July i, 1936) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 55 

IsADORE Hymen Cohn, B.S., University of Chicago, 1931 (July i, 1936) 

Clement Clark Coleman, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

George Edward Colyer, A.B., B.S., 1931, 1934, with Honors (July i, 1936) 

Nathan Solomon Deutsch, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1936) 

Norman B. Dobin, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1936) 

Sidney Harvey Duboe (July i, 1936) 

Frank Wayne Edel, A.B., 1931 (July i, 1936) 

Gerson Faden, A.B., 1931 (February 10, 1937) 

Thomas J. Fitzpatrick (July i, 1936) 

Lawrence Edward Foulke, B.S., Lewis Institute, 1931 (July i, 1936) 

Robert Friedenberg, A.B., Columbia University, 1930; B.M., 1935 (July I, 1936) 

Cyril AL Gallati (July i, 1936) 

Harvey Enoch Gaynes, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1936) 

Erving Francis Geever, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

George Everett Gilman, A.B., B.S., M.S., 1931, 1933, 1935 (July i, 1936) 

Jacob A. Glassman, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Irwin Globerson (June 21, 1936) 

Aaron Louis (Goldberg (July i, 1936) 

Manuel (}oldfine, B.S., University of Chicago, 1928 (July i, 1936) 

Abraham (}orday, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Marion Lee (k)RD0N (June 8, 1936) 

Vincent James Greco (July i, 1936) 

Maurice O. Grossman, A.B., B.S., 1931, 1934 (July i, 1936) 

A.-UJON Leopold Gunther, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Rudolf Willl^m Hack, A.B., B.S., 1931, 1933 (September 30, 1936) 

Jacob Francis Hahn, B.S., M.S., 1930, 1936 (July 1, 1936) 

Zigmore Harris, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Irving Hassen, B.S., 1935 (July 15, 1936) 

Richard Teal Haverstock, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

John A. Havlicek, B.S., 1934 (June 6, 1937) 

James Henry Hawkes (July i, 1936) 

Paul Earl Hepner, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

George Ray Hill (July i, 1936) 

H. Sargent Howard, B.S., 1935 (July i, 1936) 

Victor H. Hunkel, Ph.B., University of Wisconsin, 1928 (July i, 1936) 

Carl Ireneus, Jr., B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

John Hick Johnstone, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

William Henry Kaeiser (July i, 1936) 

Joseph T. Kaminskas (July i, 1936) 

Jack R. Karel, B.S., Northwestern University, 1931 (July i, 1936) 

Charles Katz, B.S., 1931 (July i, 1936) 

Jerome David Kaufman (December 31, 1936) 

Robert Stephen Keller (July i, 1936) 

George Kieve Keppleman, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1936) 

Adelbert Herman Klein, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1936) 

William Nelk Knudsen, A.B., 1931 (December 31, 1936) 

Harold Jay Koch, B.S., University of Chicago, 1931 (December 12, 1936) 

George Lewis Kraft, B.S., 1933 (December 31, 1936) 

Sherburne Krueger, B.S., 1934 (July 15, 1936) 

Emerson C. Kunde, A.B., B.S., 1931, 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Milton Elmer Kurth, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Albert Thomas Kwedar, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Herbert Lang, B.S., 1933 (June 8, 1936) 

H.A.RRY Lazar, B.S., Lewis Institute, 1931 (July i, 1936) 

Louis Samuel Lerner, B.S., University of Chicago, 1931 (July i, 1936) 

Sydney S. Levine, B.S., University of Chicago, 1931 (July i, 1936) 

William Wayne Lockwood, B.S., 1932 (July i, 1936) 

Katherine MacEachern, B.S., University of Chicago, 1929 (July i, 1936) 

Irwin Harry Makovsky, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1936) 

Harold Marks, A.B., B.S., 1932, 1934 (July i, 1936) 



56 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

Aaron S. Mason, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

LoRRELL Edward Messman, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Ira Robert Morrison, A.B., Maryville College, 1930; B.S., 1934 (July i, 1936) 

James Joseph Murphy, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Charles Arthur Nelson (July i, 1936) 

Samuel Nieder, B.S., 1935 (September 30, 1936) 

Winston K. Nix (July i, 1936) 

Franklin Arnold Olson, B.S., Wheaton College, 1930 (July i, 1936) 

John Parke, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1936) 

Matthew Platt (July i, 1936) 

Oscar M. Plotkin, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1936) 

Harold Price, Ph.G., 1926 (July i, 1936) 

Leonard Price, B.S., 1934 (August 7, 1936) 

Fred August Quenzer, B.S., 1935 (June 6, 1937) 

Joseph Raider (July i, 1936) 

James Stedman Reynolds, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Keith Rhea, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Frederick Jasper Ricketts, B.S., 1935 (July i, 1936) 

Sydney Sigmund Rooth, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Benjamin Bernard Rosen (August 31, 1936) 

Jack Rosenberg (July i, 1936) 

Samuel William Rosenberg (December 31, 1936) 

Irving Hyman Rosenthal, B.S., 1933 (June 15, 1936) 

Reuben Rubisoff, B.S., 1932 (January 12, 1937) 

Mandel Sachs (December 31, 1936) 

Seymour R. Salberg, B.S., 1934 (May 25, 1937) 

Robert Edward Schettler, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Herbert A. Schiller, Ph.C., B.S., 1928, 1933 (December 31, 1936) 

John Lavine Schilsky, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Ernst Schmidhofer, Jr. (June 6, 1937) 

Kenneth Fosnes Schneider, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Leonard Jerome Schwade (June 15, 1936) 

Frank C. Sedlak, B.M., 1935 (July i, 1936) 

William Frederick Seifert (September 30, 1936) 

Alexander Joseph Shimkus, B.S., University of Chicago, 1931 (July i, 1936) 

Harry I. Shulruff, B.S., 1933, with Honors (July i, 1936) 

Joseph Howard Siegfried (July i, 1936) 

Jerome Joel Sievers, Ph.G., 1929 (July i, 1936) 

Robert James Sigler, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Pasche Silvert (July i, 1936) 

Danely Philip Slaughter, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Manuel Slavin, A.B., Washington University, 1930 (July i, 1936) 

Clarence William Smith, Ph.C., North Pacific College, 1928 (July i, 1936) 

Roger Francis Sondag, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Raymond Elmer Sorensen, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Adelbert L. Spiller, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Bertram Spira, B.S., Lewis Institute, 1931 (December 31, 1936) 

Albert Elon Steer, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Albert Frank Stein, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1936) 

Richard Vawter Stevenson, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Samuel Lloyd Stout, Ph.C, 1929 (July i, 1936) 

Edward A. Tappan, B.S., 1924 (July i, 1936) 

Aloysious Felix Tasch, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1936) 

Russell Kenneth Taubert (July i, 1936) 

Frank Joseph Tesar, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Milton Tinsley, B.S., 1933, with Honors (December 31, 1936) 

Jack Wagner (July i, 1936) 

Morris Waisman, B.S., 1933, with High Honors (July i, 1936) 

Leonard Weissman, B.S., 1933 (September 30, 1936) 

Raymond Benedict White, A.B., B.S., 1931, 1933 (July i, 1936) 

Charles LeRoy Wunsch (July i, 1936) 



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The College of Dentistry 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Dentistry 
Harvey A. Tanner (October) 

The Degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery 

Beoda John Frey, B.S., 1934 (October) 
Tames Craig Grether, B.S., 1934 (October) 

The Graduate School 

(DEGREES CONFERRED IN CHICAGO) 

The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

In Bacteriology 

Emil Weiss, M.D., University of Prague, 1919. The complement fixation test 
in tuberculosis. (February) 

The Degree of Master of Science 

In Anatomy 
Reino Hendrick Puumala, B.S., M.D., 1931, 1934 (October) 

In Bacteriology 

Katheryn Elizabeth Buck, B.S., Purdue University, 1934 (October) 
Walter Richard Hess, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1927 (February) 
Charles David Spangler, B.S., Armour Institute, 1934 (October) 

In Orthodontia 
John Monroe Spence, B.S., D.D.S., 1933, 1935 (February) 

In Pathology 
Arthur Bernard Levan, B.S., 1934 (October) 

In Physiology 

Nathaniel Glickman, B.S., University of Chicago, 1934 (October) 
Muriel Eunice Lesser, B.S., University of Chicago, 1932 (February) 

In Surgery 

William Philip Kleitsch, B.S., 1934 (February) 
Walter Shriner, B.S., 1935 (February) 



Military Commissions 

Second Lieutenants, Officers' Reserve Corps, United States Army 



Presented in May, ig^f 



Field Artillery 



Dallas Fay Achenbach* 
John Antonchick 
Robert Benjamin Arnold* 
Britt Blair* 

Harold Winther Busch, Jr.* 
Millard Eugene Castle* 
Kenneth John Chermak 
Herbert Lincoln Chessman* 
Ross Edward Clark 
Max Eugene Cooper* 
Robert Sinclair Dietz* 
Robert Minshall Dole* 
James Owen Eaton* 
Thomas AIarshall Esmond 
Donald Wilbert Franklin 
DuRWARD Mac Geer* 
Alan Leslie Goodmiller* 
Michael Jacob Gordon* 
William Digby Guynn* 
Kenneth E. Harshbarger* 
John Albert Holtzman* 
Jack Everett Horsley* 
Marcel Albert Hrnak, Jr.* 
John Franklin Hunt* 
Robert Sims Hutchens* 
Sheldon Harris Irish* 
Russell John Keirs* 
Fred James Kile 
Dean Stanley Kingman* 
John Lawrence Lester* 
"Rodney Lockhart 



Russell Lawrence Armour* 
James Collins Bagg* 
Eugene Charles Bauer 
Frederick William Baum* 
Bernard Chesley Grain* 
Richard Bradford Crook* 
Garret Dekker* 
Harold Otto Fichte* 
Lloyd Allen Coding* 
Claud Henry Harrold, Jr.* 
James MacKenzie Hennig* 
Alfred Charles Henning* 
Ben Duvall Kiningham, Jr.* 
Robert Raymond Lauber* 
Luther Frederick Long 
James Franklin Maynard* 
Marvin Elery Monk, Jr.* 
Paul Woodrow Neidhardt* 
Charles Albert Newlin* 

Kenneth Carl Anderson* 
Benjamin Thomas Baird, Jr. 
Phillip Haines Baker 



Francis Xavier Lueth 

Earl Edwin Lutz* 

Jack Boaz McFarland* 

Carl LaVern Miller* 

Ralph Shearer Morgan* 

Albert Danforth Mulliken, Jr.* 

DuANE Albert Murray* 

Langdon Cummings Perkins 

Levett Alphy Peters* 

Robert Hoyt Price* 

William Henry Rife, Jr.* 

John Robert Robb* 

Robert Carl Roos 

Arthur Leonard Schick* 

Edward Joseph Skarda, Jr. 

Paul Arnold Smith* 

Eugene Rex Smyth 

Robert Ellsworth Spangler* 

Kenneth Raymond Speer* 

Gerhard Ray Sprengling* 

Kurt Sprengling 

Maurice Mortimer Strang 

William John Sunderman* 

Alexis Cornelius Svigoon* 

Jordan Truitt* 

Edward Eugene Van Der Heyden 

Robert Charles Verkler* 

Charles Nelson Wagner* 

James Darwin Wikoff 

Walter Edward Willard* 

Gordon Fredrick Zelle* 



Cavalry 



Richard George Otto 
John Lowe Parker* 
William Arthur Parrish* 
Charles Donald Perkinson* 
William Robert Pershall* 
LoN V. Porter, Jr.* 
Edward Bernard Rasmessen* 
Ernest John Rauschenberger, Jr.* 
Richard Newton Roerig 
William Augustus Roglis* 
Howard Paul Schaudt 
Joseph Andrew Shulmistras* 
Ralph Simcha Silverstein* 
Arthur Porteus Simpson, Jr. 
Eugene John White* 
Alvin Carl Wienold 
Walter Conrad Wolf* 
George Herbert Zink 



Coast Artillery 



Walter Nelson Brown* 
Chase Cutler Coffey* 
Robert Ryan Copper* 



•Recommended for Commissions as Brevet Captains in the Illinois National Guard. 

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Military Commissions 



Harlan Ames Hashbarger* 
Frederick Leon Heller* 
John Edward Holloway* 
John Davis Kibler* 
Donald Edward Lawrence* 
Earl Williams Limberg* 
William Reitz Mead 
Frederick William Meyer* 
John Wallace Miles 
Donald Frederick Nemitz* 
Edward Thielens Peeples* 



Ernest Cortland Adams* 
John Vincent Anderson 
Robert Karl Bauerle 
Carl Edward Campbell* 
Thomas Paul De Wan* 
Elmer Austin Dixon 
William Robert Elden, Jr.* 
Harry Dean Evans* 
Wayne Xalpha Fay* 
Virgil Bernard Ferguson 
David Doss GtOdfrey 
Jan Varick Gunn* 
Theodore Norman Hackett* 
Thomas Stevenson Johansen 
Clayton Erick Johnson* 
Gale Heston Jones* 
Howard Herbert Kern 
Max Eugene Lamb 



Robert John Binford, Jr.* 
Frederick Jack Foersterling* 
Edmond Milton Click* 
Willis Beatty Hamilton* 
Leon Northrup Johnston* 
Frank Raymond Kubick 
Jack B. Lortz* 
Orval Wesley Lucier* 
Lewis Baltzell Mayhew 
Paul William McKey* 
Paul Bryan Meyer* 
BouLTON Bainbridge Miller 



Joseph Wendell Ponder* 
Robert Pope Powers 
Richard Kenneth Redfern* 
Charles Richard Rockwell 
William John Samuels 
John William Schriber 
Kenneth Seddon* 
Edwin LeRoy Stoll* 
Irvin Albert Vetesnik 
William Walcott Watson* 
Wayne Arthur Wise* 



Engineers 



Keith Lindley* 
George Henry Logan* 
Carl Magne Milner* 
Elmer Harold Olson* 
Francis Fred Poppenburg 
Allen Knowlton Porter* 
Raymond Charles Arthur Purl* 
Walter Adolph Renner* 
Walter Jennings Senters* 
Robert Brown Shanks* 
Marvin Benjamin Siegel 
Harry Ellsworth Skinner* 
Bruce K. Slonneger* 
Howard Oscar Snodgrass* 
Walter Marion Turner* 
WooDROW Walsh* 
Robert William Weldon* 
Merlin Hardy Whitehead 



Infantry 



Charles Junior Nilsson 
George Albert Richner* 
Charles Gordon Robinson* 
William Frank Savoie 
Donald Channing Smith* 
Walter Gordon Still* 
John Robert Stipp* 
Howard Arthur Stotler, Jr.* 
William Alexander Sullivan, Jr. 
Robert Dean Upp* 
Orville Herman Warfel* 



Signal Corps 

Robert Garnett Clay - Donald Franklin Marston 

Karle De Wolf* Joseph John Martan 

Austin Arthur Robert Dyson* Bernard Allen Monderer 

Edward Hong* Harold De Haven Townsend* 

Richard John Kirsten* Thaddeus Lewis Woltanski 
Richard Roy Little* 

Chemical Warfare 

Donald George Botteron* Robert Ira Schub* 

Clinton B. McKeown* 

Presented in February, ip^y 
Conrad Frank Hlavacek* William Joseph Lierman, Jr.* 

Robert John Hoeffliger* Donald Tillotson Miller* 

Jarvis Chandler Hurd* James Evans Murphy* 

Robert Aldridge Klockau* 



*Recomniended for Commissions as Brevet Captains in the Illinois National Guard. 



Prizes and Awards 



Colleges and Schools at Urbana 



Allerton American Traveling 
Scholarships in Architecture 
Fred James Kile 
Robert Ashton Str.\uch 

Alpha Chi Sigma Plaque in 
Chemistry 
Donald Norman Hanson 

Alpha Rho Chi Medal in 
Architecture 
Robert Bush Little 

Alpha Zeta Cup in Agriculture 
Walter Hemphill Boggs 

American Institute of Architects 
Medal 
Robert Bush Little 

American Legion Medals 
James Darwin Lierman, Field 

Artillery 
George Dodge Walraven, Cavalry 
Ralph Virgil McCarthy, Coast 

Artillery 
Sterling Kenwood Eisiminger, 

Eitgineers 
John Giltner Twist, Infantry 
Maurice Kilner Carr, Signal Corps 

American Society of Civil 
Engineers Awards 
Central Illinois Section: 
Harry Ellsworth Skinner 
Robert Frank Hastings 

Illinois Section: 
Thomas Paul DeWan 

Baker Prizes in Civil Engineering 
Harry Ellsworth Skinner, First 
Ernest William Zelnick, Second 

Beta Gamma Sigma Prize in 
Commerce 
Richard Glenn Gordley 
Milburn Green Slusser 

Cavalry Medal 
Kenneth Arthur Schelp 

Chi Omega Prize in Sociology 
Carolyn Sawyer Lowry 



Thomas Arkle Clark (Phi Eta 
Sigma) Scholarship Prize 
Roland Neely McKean 

Delta Theta Epsilon Trophy in 
Physical Education 
Harry Austin Combes 

Emerson Prize in Architecture 
Robert Bush Little 

English Poetry Prize 
Edwin George Bruell 

Field Artillery Trophies (Connor 
Cups) 
Walter Thomas Morey, Freshman 
Barton Ormsbee Baker, Sophomore 
George Sterba, Junior 

Gamma Sigma Delta Prize in 
Agriculture 
Werner Lind Nelson 

Harker Prizes in Law 
Hiram Henry Lesar (Senior, 1936) 
Willard Leland Eckhardt (Junior, 
1936) 

Hazelton Medals in Military 
Science 
Robert Condit Ingalls, First 
George Robert Avery, Second 

Home Economics Club Cup 
Barbara Elizabeth AfooRE 

Intercollegiate Conference Medal 
for Excellence in Scholarship 
and Athletics 
Harry Austin Combes 

Iota Sigma Pi Prize in Chemistry 

Lucille Ellen Albrecht 

Kappa Delta Pi Award in 
Education 
Mary Bernice Kaericher 

Kate Neal Kinley Memorial 

Fellowship in the Fine Arts 
Mary Elizabeth Huff 



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Prises and Awards 



LeBrun Traveling Scholarship in 
Architecture 
Matthew Harold Lapota 

Omega Beta Pi Prize in Pre- 
Medical Work 
Robert William Thometz 

Omicron Nu Plaque 
Mary Elizabeth Friend 

Pershing Rifles Award 
Edward Smith Eraser 

Phalanx Awards 
Harvey Ingo Nitz, Field Artillery 
Allen Norris Fairbank, Cavalry 
Perry Jonathan Stratton, Coast 

Artillery 
John Somer Shapland, Engineers 
Richard Thomas Dunn, Infantry 
James Frueh Tracy, Signal Corps 

Phi Beta Kappa Prize 
Theodore Lee Agnew, Jr. 

Phi Chi Theta Key in Commerce 
Jane Elizabeth Tharp 

Phi Kappa Phi Graduate 
Scholarship 

Viola Loeseke 

Charles Edward Meyers 

Pi Alpha Xi Shield 
Anna Caroline Raut 

Plym Fellowship in Architecture 
Harris Atteridge Kemp 

Plym Foreign Scholarship in 
Architectural Engineering 
Rudard Artaban Jones 

Pl3Tn Prizes in Architectural 
Engineering 

Warren Elwood Glover 
Chester Charles Brandt 
Grable Barceleaux Weber, Jr. 

Plym Prize for Sketch Problems 
John Fred B artels 

Plym Prize for Summer Sketches 
Bernard Holmes Bradley 



Ricker Prizes in the History of 
Architecture 
Joseph Henry Crammer, First 
Thomas Scott Twerdahl, Second 
Robert Ashton Strauch, Third 

Ryerson Fellowship Competitors 

In Architecture: 
Raymond John Stuermer 
Eugene Wasserman 

In Landscape Architecture: 
James Wilfred Reid 
Edward William Tabaka 

Ryerson Traveling Fellowship in 
Architecture 
Arthur Hennighausen 

Scarab Medals 

In Architectural Engineering: 
Harold Koplar 

In Architecture: 
Harold Russell Ekroth 
John Petersen, Jr. 
Paul Campagna 

In Landscape Architecture: 
Wiley Thomas Jones 

Sigma Delta Chi Scroll and Key 
for Seniors in Journalism 
Louise Trimble 
Edwin LeRoy Stoll 
Paul Woodrow Neidhardt 
Lyall Frederick Smith 
Richard Field Beam 
Arleen Wilson 
Grace Luise Liesendahl 

Sigma Delta Kappa Cup in Law 
Willard Farrel Ice 

Signal Corps Medals and Insignia 
George Raybourne O'Neal, 

Freshman 
Kenneth Mace Gonseth, 

Sophomore 
Stephen Swayze Doherty, Junior 

Tau Beta Pi Fellowship 
Harlan Erwin Oehler 

University Gold Medal in 
Military Science 
George Dodge Walraven, First 
Edward Smith Eraser, Second 

University Landscape Architec- 
ture Society Prize 
James Wilfred Reid 



Prises and Awards 



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Colleges in Chicago 



Alpha Omega Alpha Members in 
the Fourth-Year Class of the 
College of Medicine 

Harry Louis Deutsch 

Maurice Dunn 

Joseph Edwin Faingold 

Philip Falk 

Marie Anna Hagele 

Howard Eugene Heyer 

Is ADORE Allen Kaplan 

Max Kaplan 

Herbert Lack 

Edward Le\t[ne 

Victor Lorber 

Jerome Saul Mehlman 

Raymond Brereton Murphy 

Sol Pearl man 

Louis Judea Perlm utter 

Edward Sosson 

Isadore Spinka 

Allen Edw.\rd Winer 

Joseph John Zuska 

Samuel L. Antonow Prize in 
Pharmacy 

^L^RCELLA LeONA DaRGIS 

William Beaumont Prize in 
Medicine 

Yngve Joranson 
Joseph Simons 

James Burkett Deuss Memorial^ 
Prize in Medicine 

Milicent Louise Hathaway 
Ben Zion Rappaport 
Carlos Isaac Reed 



William Gray Prize in Pharmacy 
Franklin Charles Cevela 

Hodel-Saltiel-Hodel Prize in 
Pharmacy 
Fr,\nk Thomas Maher 

Omicron Kappa Upsilon Mem- 
bership Awards in Dentistry 

Murray Mitchell Hoffman 
Rudolph Scheim 
Ralph Margulies 

Lee M. Pedigo Prize in Materia 
Medica 
John Bruno Przepiorski 

Alice E. Pelikan Prize in Materia 
Medica 
Forrest Virgil Leonard 

Rho Chi Membership Award in 
Pharmacy 

Frank Thomas Maher 

Andrew Scherer Prize in 
Pharmacy 
Charles Henry Becker 

Seminar Prize in Dentistry 

AIurray Mitchell Hoffman 
Robert Arthur Greenberg 
Ralph Margulies 



Herman Elich Prize in Chemistry Sigma Xi Prize 
R.\ymond Joseph Warzynski Murray Mitchell Hoffman 



JUL 1-1937 






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Aiild Lang Syne 

Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And never brought to mind? 

Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And days of auld lang syne? 

For auld lang syne, my dear, 
For auld lang syne ; 
We'll take a cup o' kindness yet, 
For auld lang syne. 



Order of Exercises 



Commencement Procession 
Prelude 

Academic Processional March Carl Engel 

Cortege from "Mlada" Rimsky-Korsakov 

Finale from "Ein Heldenleben" Richard Strauss 

UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 
Albert Austin Harding, Director 



Invocation 



The Reverend J. RODGER AIcCOLL, A.B., S.T.B. 
Chapel of St. John the Divine, Champaign 



Commencement Address 



Professor ERNEST LUDLOW BOGART, Ph.D. 
Head of the Department of Economics 



Interlude 



Overture to "Benvenuto Cellini" Berlioz 

UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 

Greetings to the Graduating Class 

CHARLES WHAM, LL.B., Class of 1912 
President of the Alumni Association 

Conferring of Degrees 

President ARTHUR CUTTS WILLARD, B.S., D.Eng., LL.D. 

Singing of "Auld Lang Syne" 

THE AUDIENCE 

Benediction 

The Reverend Mr. McCOLL 

Postlude 

Introduction to Act III from "Lohengrin" Wagner 

UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 

THE LIBRARY OF THE 

juNismo 

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Significance of Cap Tassel Colors 

Graduate School Black 

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences White 

College of Commerce and Business Administration Dark Gray 

College of Engineering Orange 

College of Agriculture Maize 

College of Education Blue 

College of Fine and Applied Arts Chocolate Brown 

College of Law Purple 

School of Journalism Black and White 

School of Physical Education Sage Green 

Library School Lemon Yellow 



Candidates for Degrees 



The Graduate School 

The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 
In Agronomy 

Leonard Free^ian Williams, B.S., M.S., 1932, 1935. The inheritance of seed 
coat color in the soybean. 

In Animal Husbandry 

Harold Martin Scott, B.S., Oregon State College, 1924; M.S., Kansas State 
College, 1927. The physiology of egg size in the domestic fowl. 

In Botany 

Stephen Diachun, B.S., Rhode Island State College, 1934; M.S., 1935. Studies 

on the Penicillium seedling blight of corn. 
Virginia Beatrice Gangstad, A.B., A.M., 1934, 1935. Contributions to the 

morphology of the Passifloraceae. 
John Henry Hanley, B.S., University of Michigan, 1927; M.S., 1933. The 

effect of temperature on the forcing of bulbs. 
Hubert Andrew Harris, A.B., Southeastern Teachers College, 1930; M.S., 1932. 

Transpirational and toxic effects induced by Bacillus iracheiphiluSj Aplano- 

bacter Stei'jarti, and Verticillium alboatrum. 

In Chemistry 

George Bosworth Brown, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1934; M.S., 1936. 
Reactions of salts of nitro compounds. 

Barrel J. Butterbaugh, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1935. I. Derivatives of 
octahydrophenanthrene. II. Degradations of apogossypol. III. The chem- 
istry of binaphthyl. 

John Wayne Cole, A.B., DePauw University, 1935 ; A.M., 1936. I. The 
cyanoester ring closure. II. The structure of 3-benzoyl-2-phenylcyclo- 
pentanone. 

Clarence England Denoon, Jr., B.S., M.S., University of Richmond, 1934, 1935. 
The structure and reactions of polyvinyl alcohol. 

George Edward Eilerman, B.S., Xavier University, 1931. I. Synthetic ap- 
proach to the preparation of nuclei occurring in the sex hormones. II. Re- 
arrangement of the allyl ether of benzaldoxime. 

Glenn Charles Finger, B.S., M.S., 1927, 1928. The steric influences of the 
methoxyl, carboxyl, methyl, and nitro groups in substituted diphenyls. 

Charles LeRoy Fleming, Jr., A.B., Dartmouth College, 1935 ; A.M., 1936. A 
new synthesis of furans. 

Charles Albert Getz, B.S., M.S., 1932, 1934. New methods in quantitative 
analysis using oxidation-reduction reactions. 

Frank John Glavis, A.B., Dartmouth College, 1935. Polysulfones from sulfur 
dioxide and olefins. 

Robert Michael Joyce, Jr., B.S., M.S., University of Nebraska, 1935, 1936. I. 
Stereochemistry of molecules containing more than one point of restricted 
rotation. II. Enolization of aldehydes. 

LoL^s Schroer Keyser, B.S., M.S., University of Idaho, 1934, 1935. I. Synthesis 
of beta'-diethylaminoethyl beta-aminocrotonate. II. Derivatives of plithalide. 



Candidates for Degrees, June ij, ip^8 



Edward Crane Kirkpatrick, A.B., Princeton University, 1935. I. The structure 
of gossypol. II. Reactions of lactones. 

William Emil Lundquist, B.Chem., University of Minnesota, 1934; M.S., 1936. 
1,4-biradicals. 

James Peyton McReynolds, A.B., James Millikin University, 1929. Stereo- 
chemical configurations in inorganic complex compounds. 

Bernard Charles Marklein, B.S., M.S., 1934, 1935. Detection of the newer 
industrial elements. 

Eldon Emerson Rice, A.B., DePauw University, 1934; M.S., 1936. The bio- 
logical significance of certain amino acids. 

Harry Kennon Sutherland, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1935. The prepara- 
tion and absorption spectra of some camphane derivatives. 

Louise Pickens Tanner, B.S., 1921 ; M.S., Iowa State College, 1927. A study of 
the nature and properties of different types of corn starch. 

John Hamilton Van Campen, B.Chem., Cornell University, 1935 ; M.S., 1936. 
Hindered acid chlorides in the Grignard synthesis. 

In Economics 

Lloyd Edward Fitzgerald, B.Ed., Superior State Teachers College, 1927; A.M., 
University of Iowa, 1930. Some aspects of railway finance since 1929. 

Philip Graydon Hudson, 13. S., M.S., University of Arizona, 1930, 1933. The 
use of statistical methods to measure the physical volume of production in 
the United States. 

Gustav Wesley Kuhlman, B.S., South Dakota State College, 1925; M.S., 1927. 
Some economic aspects of small-scale farming in Oregon with special 
reference to part-time farming in the Willamette Valley region. 

Cecil Adolph AIoyer, B.S., Miami University, 1931 ; M.S., 1932. Economic 
aspects of fixed capital obsolescence. 

John Bishop Parrish, A.B., 1934. Some aspects of the relationship between 
real wages and the supply of labor. 

Melvin James Segal, A.B., Amherst College, 1932; A.M., 1935. The Norris- 
LaGuardia act and the courts. 

Ervin Kenneth Zingler, A.B., Lawrence College, 1935 ; A.M., 1936. Theo- 
retical aspects of production. 

In Engineering 

Jacob Karol, B.S., M.S., 1929, 1930. A partial influence line procedure for 

suspension bridge analysis by the deflection theory. 
WiLLARD Arthur Laning, Jr., B.S., Bucknell University, 1927; M.S., 1931. 

Oscillations in corona discharges in rarefied gases. 

In English 

Leo Hughes, A.B., A.M., 1933, 1934. English farce in the restoration. 
Charles Walter Roberts, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1924; A.M., State 

University of Iowa, 1928. An edition of John Phillip's Commodye of 

Pacicnt and Mecke Grissill. 
Dorothy Irene West, B.S., A.M., 1926, 1928. Italian opera in England (1660- 

1740), and some of its relationships to English literature. 

In Entomology 

Marion Estelle Smith, B.S., M.S., Massachusetts State College, 1935, 1936. 
A revision of the genus Apantesis Walker (Lepidoptera, Arctiidae). 

In German 

Lucille Virginia Palmer, A.B., Pembroke College, 1931 ; A.M., Brown Univer- 
sity, 1933. The language of German expressionism. 



Candidates for Degrees, June ij, ips8 



In History 

Eugene Maur Bradermax, B.S., Temple University, 1935 ; A.M., 1936. A study 

of political parties and politics in Mexico since 1890. 
Joseph Henry Dahmus, A.B., Josephinum College, 1930; A.M., St. Louis 

University, 1932. The career in church and state of William Courtenay, 

Archbishop of Canterbury, a typical fourteenth century archbishop. 
Warren Choate Shaw, A.B., A.M., Dartmouth College, 1910, 1916. The fugitive 

slave issue in Massachusetts politics, 1780- 1837. 

In Mathematics 

C. Ronald Cassity, A.B., James Alillikin University, 1929; A.M., 1931. The 
maps determined by the principal curves associated with five and six 
points in the plane. 

Foster Leroy Dennis, B.S., Ursinus College, 1931 ; A.M., Cornell University, 
1932. Some geometric applications of algebraic correspondences. 

James McQueen Dobbie, B.S., M.S., Bucknell University, 1933, 1934. A 
generalized Lambert series. 

Paul Richard Halmos, B.S., ]\LS., 1934, 1935. Invariants of certain Stochastic 
transformations: The mathematical theory of gambling systems. 

Philip Tillotson AL\ker, A.B., A.M., Brown University, 1929, 1932. Conditions 
on U(X,Y) and V(X,Y^) necessary and sufficient for the regularity of 
L' + iV. 

Darrell Rhea Shreve, A.B., University of Tulsa, 1929; ALS., Oklahoma Agri- 
cultural and Mechanical College, 1931. A certain class of algebraic hyper- 
surfaces in projective space Sr invariant under the symmetric substitution 
group (j(r+.-) .'. 

Everett Linus Welker, A.B., A.AL, 1930, 1931. Correlation in heterogeneous 
populations. 

In Physics 

Haldon Arthur Leedy, A.B., North Central College, 1933; A.M., 1935. 
Theoretical and experimental investigation of reverberation. 

Richard Elvis Watson, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 
1932; A.M., 1935. The angular distribution of deuteron recoils from colli- 
sions with neutrons of mean energy 2-6 viev from the deuteron-deuteron 
reaction. 

In Political Science 

Henry Hvvei Den, A.B., Southwestern College, 1934; A.M., 1936. The activities 
of the League of Nations in promoting international commercial relations. 

Alexander Taylor Edelmann, A.B., Davidson College, 1930; A.M., University 
of North Carolina, 1935. Copper and international relations. 

Wei-ping Tsai, B.S., A.B., University of Nanking, 1933, 1935 ; A.M., 1936. The 
Russo-Japanese conflict in the Far East. 

In Romance Languages 

John Ripley Yol^g, A.B., ^Marshall College, 1927; A.M., 1929. Jose Echegaray: 
A study of his dramatic technique. 

In Zoology 

Harlow Whiting Ades, B.S., M.S., 1934, 1935. Distribution of acoustic path- 
ways in the medial geniculate bodies of the cat. 

Harry Lee Andrews, A.B., A.]\I., 1916, 1919. An ecological study of living 
forms in the kelp beds of Monterey Bay and Carmel Bay, California. 

Ralph Warren Dexter, B.S., Massachusetts State College, 1934. The marine 
communities of a tidal inlet at Cape Ann, Massachusetts: A study in 
bioecologJ^ 

Donald Frary Hansen, Ph.B., University of Wisconsin, 1930; A.M., 1933. 
Studies on regeneration in the fins of fishes. 



Candidates for Degrees, June is, 1938 



Walter Henry Leigh, A.B., Greenville College, 1934; A.M., 1935. The life 
cycle of Glypthelmins quieta Stafford, 1900, a trematode of frogs. 

John Carl Medcof, A.B., University of Toronto, 1934; A.M., University of 
Western Ontario, 1936. Studies on the larva of the Canadian oyster. 

Paul Allen Meglitsch, B.S., M.S., 1935, 1936. Cytological observations on 
Eudamoeba blattae from the cockroach, Blatta orieutalis. 



Professional Degrees in Engineering 

The Degree of Ceramic Engineer 
Herbert Duane Carter, B.S., 1922 

The Degree of Civil Engineer 

Hayse Henry Black, B.S., M.S., 1929, 1933 

Warren Stewart Cook, B.S., 1927 

Dan Henry Pletta, B.S., 1927; M.S., University of Wisconsin, 1931 

The Degree of Electrical Engineer 
Harold Estes Keneipp, B.S., M.S., 1927, 1932 
Lawrence Claude MacMillan, B.S., 1917 

The Degree of Mechanical Engineer 
Henry Albert Meyer, B.S., 1930 

The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Botany 
Alice Louise Washburn, A.B., Middlebury College, 1933 

In Chemistry 

Seymour Advocate, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1937 
Donald Jack Cook, A.B., Augustana College, 1937 
Abraham Sacks, B.S., Brooklyn College, 1937 

In Classics 

William Robert Jones, A.B., 1937 

Louis James Sharp, HI, A.B., Southwest Missouri State Teachers College, 1937 

Grundy Steiner, A.B., 1937 

Sylvester Byron Straw, A.B., Wheaton College, 1937 

In Economics 

Harry Franklin Admire, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1934 
Frisby Smith Lockard, A.B., Greenville College, 1937 
John Vincent Machell, Jr., B.S., Temple University, 1935 
Sister Mary Janet Kahler, A.B., College of St. Francis, 1937 

In Education 

Edgar Wilson Bailey, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 
Verna Mae Blackburn, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1934 
Ruth Rayburn Carson, B.S., 1928 



Candidates for Degrees, June j$, ig^8 



Bruce Edmund Conklin, B.S., 1937 

Jewel Reed Dawsox, B.AIus., 1935 

Lois Warnes Dollahon, A.B., 1930 

Lee Edward Dulgar, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1935 

Sara Louise Eng, A.B., Carroll College, 1928 

Thusexelda Celestia Gross, A.B., 1924 

Oval Leeman Haile, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 

W'ayxe Roe Halford, A.B.. Butler University, 1933 

Mariex Ellex Harmisox, B.S., 1936 

Evelvx Emily Hawley, A.B., Greenville College, 1932 

Lelaxd LaGraxge Hubble, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

193 1 
Homer Hurst, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1927 
FiDELis Joseph Kaufmann, A.B., Columbia College, 1922; B.S. (Lib.), 1937 
Charles Rockwell McCreight, B.S., 1937 
Mary Virgixia AIcDougle, A.B., University of Oregon, 1922 
Joseph Warren Meyer, A.B., Park College, 1925 
'Ele.\xor Je.\nette Mielke, A.B., 1936 
Kexxeth Cameron Pittman, A.B., Illinois College, 1928 
Doris May Putnam, A.B., 1937 
Ruth Edith Rompel, A.B., 1918 
Margaret Julia Roy, A.B., 1929 
George Albert S.a.tter, B.S., 1937 

William Orex Simmoxs, A.B., Westminster College, 1927 
Elmer Ellsworth Stearns, A.B., James Millikin University, 1929 
Miriam Slte Stubblefield, B.S., Eureka College, 1932 
Mary Marg.\ret Torticil, A.B., 1929 

Emery Edwix Wacaser, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1924 
Helex Hafliger Waltmire, A.B., 1934 
Henrietta Emelia Westrup, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 

1931 
Claytox B. Wilcox, A.B., Wabash College, 1930 
Joseph George Wylder, A.B., Illinois College, 1926 
\\'eldox Richard Zimmermax, A.B., Illinois College, 1930 

In English 

Lilli.\x Edla Axdersox, A.B., Yankton College, 1935 

Robert vax Akin Bauer, A.B., North Central College, 1937 

Dorothy Deanne Bennett, A.B., Eureka College, 1930; B.Ed., Illinois State 

Normal University, 1932 
Thomas Alexander Bledsoe, A.B., University of Louisville, 1937 
Marion May Buchanan', A.B., Drury College, 1937 
Elma Catherine Dabler, B.S., 1935 
Mary Louise Dilworth, A.B., Knox College, 1936 
Leonard Feinberg, B.S., 1937 
Charles Byford Garrigus, A.B., 1936 
M.\Riox Virgixia Hammoxd, A.B., Rockford College, 1937 
Violet M.\e Koerner, B.S., 1929 
Ferx Berxice Nelson, A.B., 1937 

Mary Louise Neville, A.B., University of Western Ontario, 1935 
Ruth Notkin, A.B., 1937 

Eleanor Alice Thompson, A.B., University of Kansas, 1936 
Marian V.\x Sickle, B.S., 1935 



In Geography 



Dalias Adolph Price, A.B., 1937 
Otho Morgax Robixsox, A.B., 1937 



lO Candidates for Degrees, June ij, /pj^* 

In German 

Glenn H. Goodman, A.B., Miami University, 1936 
Emory Keith Rees, A.B., B.S., 1937 
WiLLARD Evans Skidmore, A.B., 1935 

In History 

Irene Mildred Bear, A.B., DePauw University, 1927 
John Onofrio Bruno, A.B., Shurtlefif College, 1936 
Eloise Mable Cochran, A.B., 1936 
Miletus LaFayette Flaningam, Jr., A.B., 1937 
Carl Gustav Gustavson, A.B., Augustana College, 1937 
Harvey Nathan Humble, A.B., 1937 
Elizabeth Hartley Moore, B.S., 1935 
David Mayer Silver, A.B., Butler University, 1937 
Robert Mize Sutton, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1937 

George Covell Terwilliger, Jr., B.Ed., Northern Illinois State Teachers 
College, 1936 

In Library Science 

Julia Eleanor Warden Blanchard, A.B., A.M., Wheaton College, 1899, 1904; 

B.S. (Lib.), 1929 
Ruth Rivers Graham, A.B., University of Louisville, I935; B.S. (Lib.), 1936 

In Mathematics 

Ralph Lowell Calvert, A.B., Southwestern College, 1937 

Byron Brown Dressler, A.B., 1937 

DiCKRAN Hagop Erkiletian, Jr., A.B., Western Kentucky State Teachers 

College, 1936 
William Allen Ferguson, A.B., Missouri Valley College, 1937 
Hugh Francis Gingerich, B.S., University of Arkansas, 1937 
Lois Kiefer, A.B., Park College, 1935 
Francis McConnell Pulliam, A.B., 1937 
Charles Rockwell, A.B., Illinois College, 1937 

In Philosophy 

Elizabeth Bruning O'Neal, A.B., DePauw University, 1937 
Alfred Howard Stone, A.B., Carthage College, 1937 

In Physics 
Louis John Cutrona, A.B., Cornell University, 1936 

In Political Science 

Leafoo Chen, Graduate, Central Political Institute, 1932 
Peter Y. L. Chen, A.B., Kwang Hua University, 1935 
Robert Lewis Clark, A.B., Lincoln University (Missouri), 1937 
Lazaro Tirol Gomez, A.B., University of Nebraska, 1937 
Daniel Colman Knapp, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1937 

In Romance Languages 

Cornelia Burge, A.B., 1936 

Sally Elizabeth Carnahan, A.B., 1937 

Lestine Carson, A.B., 1936 

Ellen McQuarie, A.B., Winthrop College, 1926 

George Marinus Oudyn, A.B., 1937 

Jean Saba, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1937 



Candidates for Degrees, June 75, 1956' 



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Sarah Elizabeth Shinn, A.B., 1936 

Sister Mary Celine O'^Ialley, B.S., St. Xavier College, 1930 

Jean Otillie Zacker, A.B., Rosary College, 1937 

In Sociology 
Mildred ^Iary Wood, A.B., Wheaton College, 1936 

In Zoology 
Reed Winget Fautin, B.S., Brigham Young University, 1936 

The Degree of Master of Science 

In Accountancy 
George S. Cerny, B.S., 1937 
Ralph Smith Gunn, B.S., 1930 

Herbert Lee AIorris, B.S., University of Colorado, 1937 
Laurence AL\rtin Thompson, B.S., 1937 

In Agricultural Economics 

Kenneth Leroy Bachman, B.S., Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, 

1936 
Dee Albert Broadbent, B.S., Utah State Agricultural College, 1936 
Eldon Bedwell Colegrove, B.S., 1934 
Lowell Alexander Hodam, B.S., 1927 
Ronald Thomas Ranson, B.S., 1937 
Robert Coy Smith, B.S., 1928 
Tsu-PoNG Yeh, B.S., National Central University, 1933 

In Agronomy 

Clarence Lee Johnston, B.S., 1922 

Timothy Graham ]Miner, B.S., 1934 

Lawrence Henry Mumm, B.S., 1931 

Wernt:r Lind Nelson, B.S., 1937 

Lynne K. Wood, A.B., Brigham Young University, 1936 

In Animal Husbandry 

Benjamin Franklin Garrett, B.S., Hampton Institute, 1934 
Lorin E. Harris, B.S., Utah State Agricultural College, 1937 

In Architectural Engineering 
Kuo YiNG HuA, B.S., Chiao Tung University, 1934 

In Bacteriology 

Charles Herbert Clemensen, B.S., 1937 
George Gordon Gralak, B.S., 1937 
Sister ]\L'\ry Clotilda Gartland, B.S., 1935 
Robert Irby Wise, A.B., University of Texas, 1937 

In Botany 

Howard William Larsh, A.B., McKendree College, 1936 

Geraldint; Marguerite Moon, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 
1937 



12 Candidates for Degrees, June /j, 1938 

In Ceramics 
Bronislaw Kazimierz Niklewski, M.Ph., University of Poznan, 1936 

In Chemistry 

Arthur Berger, B.S., 1937 

Howard Wissler Bond, B.S., University of Arkansas, 1936 
Eugene Oskar Brimm, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1937 

James Henry Carnett, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1937 
Elmer Henry Dobratz, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1937 
Edward Clarence Dunlop, A.B., W^estminster College, 1936 
James Sargeant Gobble, B.S., 1931 

Richard Bernard Greenburg, B.S., Purdue University, 1937 
John Jacob Hager, B.S., Rose Polytechnic Institute, 1935 
Frederick Leon Heixer, B.S., 1937 
James Gordon Hunter, B.S., 1937 
Russell John Keirs, B.S., 1937 

Robert Warren Kell, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1937 
William Forrest Keyes, Jr., B.S., California Institute of Technology, 1935 
Saul Kreps, B.S., College of the City of New York, 1937 
Ralph Webster McCready, B.S., University of Alberta, 1937 
Arpen Wesley Moyer, A.B., 1937 

Jackson Douglas Oppenlander, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal Univer- 
sity, 1935 
Elizabeth J^Tary Osman, B.S., 1937 

Samuel LeRoy Scott, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1937 
William John Shannon, A.B., 1936 
Kenneth O'Harra Stevenson, B.S., 1937 
Joseph George Svrchek, B.S., University of Chicago, 1935 
Howard Maple Teeter, B.S., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1937 
Charles Harmon Tilford, A.B., Emory University, 1937 
James Franklin Vanecek, B.S., Case School of Applied Science, 1937 
Marvin Weiss, Ph.G., B.S., Brooklyn College, 1934, 1937 

In Civil Engineering 

Ta Tung Cheng, B.S., Chiao Tung University, 1937 

Michael Edward Fiore, B.S., Union College, 1936 

Gordon Lutz Jeppesen, B.S., 1936 

Kazim Karadagli Karacadag, B.S., Robert College, 1933 

Ariel Alton Thomas, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1936 

Alexander M. Turitzin, B.S., Robert College, 1937 

Tanas Verikokidis, B.S., Robert College, 1937 

In Dairy Husbandry 
Arthur Charles Maack, B.S., Rutgers University, 1936 

In Economics 

Claude David Baldwin, B.S., University of Denver, 1937 
Robert Hanson Mitchell, B.S., 1937 
William John Schuck, B.S., 1937 

In Education 

Leo Pittman Babcock, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1937 
Lauretta Elizabeth Bedford, B.Ed., University of Akron, 1936 



Candidates for Degrees, June Jj, ip^S 13 

Edwin William Best, B.S., 1934 

Clarence William Blackford, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1933 

Allen Broderick Edmundson, B.S., A.B., Missouri State Teachers College, 

1929, 1931 
Sidney Arthur Eng, B.S., Stout Institute, 1930 
Milton Jarrett Gemberling, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1921 
Edgar Neal Gwin, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1934 
Sherrill Bertraxd Hayden, B.S., 1930 
John Kenneth Hillemeier, B.S., 1929 
Isabel Martha Katz, B.S., 1931 

Arthur Dayton Moore, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1935 
John Kenneth Roney, B.S., 1936 
Glenwood Louis Schertz, B.S., 1934 
Han'Nah Esther Stuttle, B.S., 1937 
John Robert Taylor, B.S., 1935 

Robert Bates Thrall, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1932 
Clarence Louis Vaughn, A.B., Fisk University, 1936 
Willard Brooks Wiles, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1928 
Wallace Roscoe Winkler, A.B., 1937 

In Electrical Engineering 

Joseph Louis Bisesi, B.S., 1923 

George Glan, Radio Engineer, University of Bordeaux, 1935 

In Entomology 

Edmund Carpenter Puddicombe, B.S., 1937 
Eugene Ray, A.B., 1933 

In Geography 
Ralph Edwin Birchard, A.B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1937 
AssEN Nicoloff, A.B., Oberlin College, 1929; A.M., Northwestern University, 
1930 

In Geology 
Martin John Deuth, A.B., DePauw University, 1936 
John Raynesford Williams, A.B., 1936 

In Home Economics 

Marion June Buck, B.S., 1933 

Evelyn Constance Chambers, B.S., 1936 

Mary Elizabeth Jensen, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1935 

In Horticulture 
William Cornelius Walker, B.S., 1937 

In Library Science 
Virginia Mae Lacy, B.S.(Lib.), B.S. (Educ), Hampton Institute, 1933, 1936 

In Mathematics 

Paul Hamilton Anderson, A.B., Ohio University, 1937 

John Clarence Bell, B.S., 1937 

Naci Iskender, B.S., 1937 

Margaret Isabelle Madden, B.S., 1936 



14 Candidates for Degrees, June jj, ip^8 

In Mechanical Engineering 

Charles Frederick Bailey, B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1937 
Richard Bott Engdahl, B.S., Bucknell University, 1936 
Jesse Mack Tucker, B.S., University of Tennessee, 1932 

In Physics 

William Emerson Frye, A.B., 1937 

Victor Root Goings, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 
Harold Franklin Marker, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1934 
Russell DeWitt O'Neal, A.B., DePauvvr University, 1936 

In Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 

Richard Henry Heitman, B.S., Iowa. State College, 1936 

Robert Leslie Jordan, B.S., 1930 

Henry Albert Lepper, Jr., B.S., George Washington University, 1936 

Harlan Erwin Oehler, B.S., 1937 

LuDwiG Theodore Stoyke, B.S., 1936 

In Zoology 

Marguerite Harper, A.B., 1927 

Louis Augustus Krumholz, B.S., College of St. Thomas, 1932 

Victor Sprague, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 



Candidates for Degrees, June 15, IQ38 



15 



The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

The Degree of Bachelor of Arts 



In Liberal Arts 

Mary Jane Adsit, with Honors in 

Speech 
Rose June Alpert, with High Honors 

in Sociology 
Walter Arnold Amberg 
William Robert Arnold 

WiLLAMARY ASZMANN 

Bernice M. Augdahl, with High 

Honors in Sociology 
Clarence Tuell Bacon, with High 

Honors in Psychology 
Louisa Elizabeth AIargaret Baczuk, 

with Honors in Mathematics 
Marcia Lois Bagley 
Edith Jennie Barber 
Martha Revel Barnes 
William Lester Bartlett 
Edgar Ellsworth Barton, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Ruth Marie Bateman 
June Marie Beare 
Bonnie Linda Bennett 
Floyd LeRoy Benson 
Dorothy Louise Berger, with High 

Honors in French 
James Earle Bickerton 
August Bernard Black 
David Harold Blackwell, with High 

Honors in Mathematics 
Judith Catherine Boegershausen 
Howard Frank Roman, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
^La.rgaret Elizabeth Boudrye 
Shirley Elizabeth Bradford, with 

Honors in Political Science 
Frederick Charles Brash 

MaRI ALICE BrEEDLOVE 

William Thomas Brennen, Jr. 
John Jacob Brooks, with Honors in 

Economics 
William Bayard Browder, with High 

Honors in Economics 

ISABELLE ImBLER BrOWN 

Thomas Otis Brown 
^Laribelle Bryant 
Anne Bu'llock 
Edward Longfellow Burge 



AND Sciences 

Phylus Lucille Burns 
Robert Isadore Burstein 
Margaret Sarah Busey 
Marjorie Elizabeth Butler 
Caroline Calloway, with Honors in 

English 
Thomas Jefferson Canavan 
Wilbur Dean Capps, with Honors in 

History 
AL\RY Elizabeth Card, with Honors 

in Geology 
Margaret Elizabeth Carlson, with 

High Honors in Mathematics 
John Ingwersen Carr 
Joseph Robert Carson 
Betty Lois Carver 
Margaret Frances Case 
Wayland Bert Cedarquist, with 

Highest Honors in History 
Jane Chandler 
Jane Chapeck 
Bernard Joseph Chapman 
Abe Charnes, with Highest Honors in 

Mathematics 
Carol Idella Christianson, with 

High Honors in History 
Dorothy Alice Clark 
Howard Wheeler Clement, with 

Honors in Political Science 
Edna Agnes Coard, with Highest 

Honors in English 
Bertram Rand Cohen 
Harry Cohen, with Highest Honors 

in Chemistry 
James Carl Condon, with Honors in 

Geology 
Mary Janet Cook 
Nadyne Copenhaver 
Helen Corbin, with High Honors in 

Sociology 
Sam John Corelis 
Virginia Frances Cox 
Ellen Irene Craig 
Kermit Karl Cunningham 
Dalene Emily Curtis, with Honors 

in French 



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Candidates for Degrees, June is, 1938 



Margaret Myrtle Dady 

Charles Edgar Daly 

Adeline DeAcetis 

Mary Katharine Dearth, with High 

Honors in Psychology 
Harry Joseph Dearworth, with 

Honors in History 
Marion Elsing Decker 
Robert Fauster Decker 
Paul Samuel Denning, Jr. 
Gladys Mary DeWolfe 
Jane Taylor Dick 
Emma Marie Dirks 
John Robert Dobson 
Lloyd Armstrong Dodd, with Highest 

Honors in Economics 
James Francis Donahue, Jr. 
Frank Everett Dubach 
Dorothy Durham 
Malcolm Daniel Durr 
Wayne Paddock Dyer 
Christina Rodger Easton 
Marjorie Edwards, with Honors in 

English 
Norman Eisenstein 
Jean Everhard Fair, with High 

Honors in History 
Betty Paris, with Honors in 

Psychology 
Georgia Elizabeth Farwell 
Minnie Feferman, with Honors in 

Political Science 
Dorothy Irene Fennell 
Henry Dressor Ferguson 
Fred Willeford File, with Honors in 

Political Science 
Carl Michael Fischer 
Harold Carl Fischer 
GussiE Lorraine Fisher 
John Fortman, Jr. 
Annamargaret Foster 
Frederick William Franck, with 

High Tutorial Honors in 

Spanish 
BiLLiE Shirley Freedman, with 

Honors in History 
Ruth Helen Fresen 
Joyce Lois Friedman 
Seymour Friedman, with High Honors 

in Psychology 
Gustave Daniel Friesem 



Jane Austin Funkhouser 
Dean Owen Garvey 
Ruth Caroline Garvey 
Emma Jane Gentry 
Anne Margaret Giblin 
Frances Elizabeth Gilbert, with 

High Honors in English 
Robert August Goebel, with Honors 

in History 
Ruth Louise Goebel 
Elizabeth Goetsch 
Gabriel Gordon, with Honors in 

Economics 
Kenneth Milton Gordon, with 

Highest Honors in Chemistry 
Bess Louise Goudey 
Jean Elizabeth Grable 
WiLMA Frances Grant 
John Floyd Gray, with Honors in 

Psychology 
Theodore Burt Greaves 
Seymour Greenblatt, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Doloris Greenman, with Honors in 

Speech 
Mary Elizabeth Griffith 
Edward Dean Grimes 
Elise Sophia Grosse 
Harper Leslie Grove, Jr. 
Paul Robert Gubbins 
Charles Terry Gueltig 
Winona Etherton Gunn 
Helen Elizabeth Guthrie 
Leon Gutterman 
Audre Adele Hall 
Gene Harney, with High Honors in 

English 
Margaret Ann Harrison 
Cleo Irene Havener 
Mary Elizabeth Hawbaker 
Orville J. Hawkins, Jr., with Honors 

in Bacteriology 
Mary Lou Hayes 
Mary Louise Hays 
Samuel Wahl Hays 
Ada Jane Henderson 
DeLoris Eleanor Hendrix, with 

Honors in History 
Helen Louise Hickman, with Honors 

in English and History 



Candidates for Degrees, June JJ, 1^38 



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Margaret Ann Hobson, with Honors 

in Latin 
Melville James Holik 
Laura Virginia Holland 
Harry Hoogstraal 
Sever Laverne Hopperstead 
]\L-\RY Hubler 
Catherine Ann Hudelson 
Stanley Hughey 
^L\rjorie Josephine Huhn 
Geraldixe Louise Hulet, with Honors 

in German 
^Largaret AL^ry Humes 
Helen Joanna Dady Hunter 
Paul Monroe Hupp, with Honors in 

Economics 
Lynn Henry Hutchens, with Honors 

in Zoology 
James Louis Jackson, with Honors 

in English 
^L\RY Jacquelyn McWhite James 
Mildred Rose ALarie Janata 
Guthrie Edward Janssen 
Dorothy June Jensen 
MiLFORD Cyril Jochums, with Highest 

Honors in English 
Elaine Grace Johnson 
y.lARY Kathryn Johnson 
Solly Wilson Johnson 
Charlotte Hughes Johnston, with 

Highest Honors in English 
Paul Haller Jones, with Highest 

Honors in German 
Russell Arthur Kaberg 
Bernard James Kaplan 
Marian Loutise Karr 
Ph\'llis ALa.rgaret Kaser, with High 

Honors in Sociology 
Sybilla Keeler 
Philip Lincoln Keister, with Honors 

in Political Science 
Carl Eldon Kelly 
Richard Lee Kenyon, with High 

Honors in Chemistry 
Mautrice William Kepner, with 

Honors in Economics 
Dorothy Jane Kerr 
Betty Margaret Kilroy 
Paul Earle Kimball 
Howard Curtis Kingsbery 
Nolan Weldon Kleckner 



Howard Stanley Klein 

Walter John Klockau, Jr. 

Walter Herman Knoebel 

Carl Warner Knox 

Esther Mildred Knutz, with High 

Honors in ^Mathematics 
Fred Vinton Koepke, with Honors in 

Chemistry 
Jane Ellen Korshak 
Seymour Jltlius Kovoloff 
Garnetta Elaine Kramer 
JUANiTA Krenz 
Stuart Charles Kroesch, with 

Honors in Political Science 
Philip Henry Kroh 
Lenora Jean Kroot, with Honors in 

Sociology 
John Bruce Krugh 
Karl Louis Kuechler 
Margaret Rosa Kunz, with Highest 

Honors in Sociology 
Gladys Berenice Laden 
William Morton Lanham, with 

Highest Tutorial Honors in 

Chemistry 
James Walter Lantz 
Mary Gene Larr, with Honors in 

Bacteriology 
LouVern Joseph Lauterman 
Alexander Edward Lawson, Jr. 
Lucy Maud Lawton, with Honors in 

French 
Carroll Ross Layman 
Mary AIartha Lease, with Honors 

in Psychology 
Mary Bain Lehmann, with High 

Honors in Speech 
Sam Edward Levin 
Paul Watson Libby 
Irwin Sidney Lippe 
Ellis Beecher Little 
RosiNE Joan Loeb 
Bertram Morton Long, with High 

Honors in History 
Edith Halden Long, with Honors in 

French 
Frances Helen Longmire, with 

Honors in Economics 
George Albert Lutz 
Mary Margaret Lyon 



Candidates for Degrees, June 13, 1938 



Joseph John Magsamen, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Robert Redding Manchester 
William Pryor Marshall 
Frank William Masek 
Dorothy Ida Mason 
Geraldine Eloise Maurer, with 

Highest Honors in Chemistry 
Montrose Pallen McArdle, HI 
Alan GIordon AIcCormick 
LeRoy William McDonald 
William Thomas McElveen 
Sarah Edith McKinstry, with 

Honors in History 
Joseph Knox McLaughlin 
Gertrude Louise McLean 
HosMER Tryon Merrell, with Honors 

in Zoology 
Henry Graydon Moll 
Ruth Louise Montrose 
Valette Adele Mooney 
William John Moreland " 
MacPherson Morgan 
Mary Wilson Morris 
Nathan Anderson Morris 
Hugh Morton son 
John Glenn Mosher, Jr. 
Philip Moskowitz 
Lillian Frances Moss, with Honors 

in German 
Horace Kriegh Moulton 
Rita Helene Moxley 
Charles Barber Mueller, with 

Highest Honors in Zoology 
Albert Berry Mullenix 
Miodrag Muntyan 
Floyd Albert Neckrosh 
Lillian Alene Nelson 
Margaret Anna Newcomb, with 

High Honors in Sociology 
Jacob Lester Newton 
Sara Lee Novack, with Honors in 

Sociology 
Myke Novotnak 
Marjorie Helen O'Keefe, with 

Honors in German 
James Albert O'Neil 
Marguerite Marie Orler 
Michael George Orlovich, with 

High Honors in History 
Ralph Spencer Overman 



Mary Hunter Owens, with Highest 

Honors in German and in 

Chemistry 
Marcella Ann Fredericka Pachiarek 
Kenneth Henry Palmer 
Martha Helen Peacock, with Honors 

in French 
Anita Dorothy Pearson 
Mary Edith Peebles 
Margaret Ann Peters, with Honors 

in French and in German 
Elinor Jane Petree 
Mollie-Mae Phelps, with Honors in 

Sociology 
Phyllis Peneal Piggott, with High 

Honors in Bacteriology 
Paula Elizabeth Pitann, with 

Honors in Chemistry 
Mary Elizabeth Potter 
Mary Catherine Powell 
Everett Prosser, Jr. 
Trudis Irene Rader 
Henry Louis Radi 
Luella Aurelia Raithel 
Mary Alberta Rauschert 
Laura Madden Elizabeth Redican, 

with Honors in English 
Lewis Carmen Reed 
Carlyn Pauline Reineberg 
Fanchon Ernestine Remund, with 

Honors in English 
Harry Elmer Rhoades 
WiLMA Annette Richard, with High 

Honors in German 
Ida Mae Richmond 
Benjamin Ripken 
Frederick Warren Riggs, with 

High Honors in Political 

Science 
Hallie Justine Rives 
John Thomas Robertson 
Helen Rodman 
Betty Louise Rogers 
Lucille Carol Rogers 
Irving Leonard Rosenberg 
Ada Margaret Rost 
John Richard Royal 
Ruth June Royce, with High Honors 

in History 
Patricia Katherine Ryan 
Robert Joseph Saal 
Birdie Lee Sadler 



Candidates for Degrees, June 75, IQ^8 



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Jeanette Louise Salinger 
Robert William Sapora, with 

Honors in Political Science 
Hattie Marie Saw\'er 
Mary Euzabeth Schafer 
Joseph Charles Schardt, Jr. 
Willis Richard Schick 
Mildred Elizabeth Schlie 
Ellen Margaret Schnebly, with 

Honors in English 
Gerald James Sebesta 
Bob Edward Sells 
Roy William Server 
Helen Morgan Shailer 
Franklin Jlt-ius Shaw 
Bernice Philomena Shea 
Belt,ah Mae Sheetz 
Reuben Shiman 
Clarence Gilbert Sidwell, with 

Highest Honors in Chemistry 
Bernice Simon 
Phillip David Simon, with Honors 

in Political Science 
Irving Bob Skolnik 
Peggy Catherine Smith 
Wilson Leroy Smith, with Honors 

in Political Science 
Virginia Madge Snider 
Roy John Solfisburg, Jr. 
Xathan Sostrin 
Ellen Piersall Sousley 
Lou Ray Spence, with High Honors 

in Political Science 
Mildred Elizabeth Spitler, with 

Honors in Political Science 
Lowell Alvin Spurgeon 
Samltel Joseph Stagnitto 
Milton Harry Stehman, with Honors 

in History 
Benjamin Frederick Stein 
Robert Sternfeld, with Honors in 

Philosophy 
Margaret Ruth Stevenson, with 

Highest Honors in English 
Phylus Jane Stone 
Florence Eileen Sutton, with High 

Honors in History 
Ruth Helen Sutton, with High 

Honors in English 
Edwin McMunn Swengel, with 

Honors in History 
Richard Edward Synold 
Clifford Masashi Takenaka 



Angus MacLean Thuermer 

Lydia Bruce Tilley 

Irving Tross 

Paul Albert Tschannen 

Ernest Edward Tucker, with High 

Honors in English 
Adele Joan Tuman 
June Berniece Turner 
Ruth Elizabeth Tuttle 
June Virginia Underwood 
Ruth Urie 
Margaret Van Horne, with Honors 

in English 
John Ernest Velde, Jr. 
Elon Sanford Verry 
Laddie Joseph Vosahlik 
Ruth Hall Wade, with Honors in 

Economics 
Maurice Leslie Ward 
Arthur Howard Warnke 
Harland Daniel Warren 
Patricia Ann Warren 
William Farnon Watson 
Shirley Emma Wattleworth, with 

Highest Honors in History 
Russell Dickinson Webb 
James Richard Weisiger, with 

Highest Tutorial Honors in 

Chemistry 
Morris Louis Weiss 
Jay Justin Welch, with Highest 

Honors in Chemistry 
Helen Calvin Wells, with Honors 

in Economics 
Eleanor Anne White 
Howard Smith White 
Charles Albert Wight 
LiBBY LuE Wiley 
Louisa Mabel Williams 
Charles Marshall Wilson 
Charles Maxon Wilson 
Eileen Campbell Wilson, with High 

Honors in Spanish 
Frances Achsah Wilson 
Virgil Dean Winkler, with High 

Honors in French and Highest 

Honors in Geology 
Paul Joseph Woods, with Honors in 

History 
Robert Eugene Wooldridge 
William Joseph Wright 
Victor Yaffe 
Helen Zabokrtsky 



20 



Candidates for Degrees, June ij, ipj8 



In Home Economics 



Esther Jane Carlson 
June Jeanette Scott 



IsABELLE Eileen Scovil 
Madeline May Stuckwisch 



The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Jane Carlin, with Honors in 

Bacteriology 
Sterling Jesse Collins 
Alvin Joseph Dirksen, with Honors 

in Chemistry 
Rosemary Elaine Dolan 
David Karl Felix 
George Brady Fell 
Arthur Webster Felt 
William Andrew Garrett 
June Rose Geller 
Jerome Greenblatt 
Edward Joseph Havlik 
George Frank Hendrickson, Jr. 
Bernard Irwin Juschinsky 
James C. Klein 
Francis Xavier Lueth 
Max Maslovitz 
Arista Mercedes McCormick, with 

High Honors in Bacteriology 
John Joseph McDonnell 
William John Morse 
George Arthur Olander, Jr. 
John Potsch 
Charles Joseph Rickher 
Esther Riske 



Natalee June Romine 

Allan Kenneth Schneider, with 

Highest Tutorial Honors in 

Chemistry 
John Branson Sproull 
Warren Preston Stockwell 
Charles Henry Summerson, with 

Plonors in Geology 
Fred Wilbur Tanner, Jr. 
Harry Robinson Thomas 
Thomas Hampton Thornburn, with 

Highest Honors in Chemistry 
Janet Helen Vernon 
Croft Thomas Waddington 
Richard Battson Walker, with 

Highest Honors in Botany 
Bruce Joseph Wallin 
Clay Weaver, with High Honors in 

Chemistry 
Helmuth Adalbert Wegner 
Vernon Wolaver Westbrook 
Virgil Dean Winkler, with High 

Honors in French and Highest 

Honors in Geology 
Bertrand Albert Wright, with 

Honors in Zoology 
Fred Zimmerman 



In Chemistry 



Ralph Francis Anderson 
Clyde Edward Arntzen, with Honors 
Ralph Kenny Barclay, with Honors 
Francis Binkley, with High Honors 
Bertram Charles Blanke 
James Albert Bohlen 
William Joseph Alvin Bowen 
Joseph Marian Ciskowski 
Harlan Clay Craig 
James Henry Davitt 
Maurice Nathan Deutsch 
Bernard Fred Dudenbostel, Jr. 
Ross Arnold Hanson, Jr. 
Richard Berend Hasbrouck, with 
Highest Honors 



George Frank Hoblik 

Norman Kaplan, with High Honors 

Harry Alexander Kornberg 

Harry Harrison Kroll, with Highest 

Honors 
Albert Lepkovsky 
Fred John Lucht, with Highest 

Honors 
William Glen Meade 
Anton Mudrak 
Max Valentine Norris 
Frank Thomas Piskur 
Homer Harrison Sabin 
Henry Maurice Shafer, with High 

Honors 



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Emily Katherine Shepard, with 

Honors 
John Song 



Philip Marion Walters, with High 

Honors 
Paul Fears Wiley, with Honors 



In Chemical Engineering 



William Alvin Ackerman, with 

Highest Honors 
Clarenxe Oscar Anderson 
WiLLARD Patterson Armstrong, with 

High Honors 
Robert William Benoliel, with 

High Honors 
Louis Donald Paul Chevalley 
Premo Chiotti 
John Roy Cochran 
Edgar Longacre Conant, Jr. 
James Garnett Downer 
Clark Fogle, with Highest Honors 
Donald Edward Gregory Glassco 
James Robert Gregory, with Honors 
Robert Francis Huehner 
Elmer Hulman 
Osman Hamilton Huntley 
Louis Henry Huth, with Highest 

Honors 
Robert Miles Kastner 



William Bertan Katz, with Highest 

Honors 
Dean Russel Keating 
William Hynds Mitchell, with 

Honors 
Thomas Peter Moundres, with 

Highest Honors 
Albert Jules Odiet 
William Dale Pool 
Clyde Lee Reed 
Willis Keith Reynolds 
Harrison Edward Romine 
Edgar Drummond Shippee, with 

Honors 
W^iLLiAM Clarence Strader 
Alfred John Strohmaier 
Eugene Fredric Swanson 
Arthur William Thomas 
Ralph S. Thorpe, with Highest 

Honors 
Joseph Gabriel Vlcek 
Albert James Wood, with Honors 
William McKee Woods, Jr. 



In Home Economics 



Medora Mae Clow 
Sarah Iseman Jencks 
Katharine Elizabeth Manchester, 
with Honors 



Jean McPherson, with High Honors 
Louise Adele Seiter, with Honors 



The College of Commerce and Business 

Administration 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Accountancy 



Francis Woodrow Adams 

Roger Gerard Ashamy, with Honors 

Francis Howard Bachman, with 

High Honors 
Joseph John Baratta 
Alfred John Bartusch, Jr. 
Franklin Archibald Bassett 
Pansy Genevieve Best 
John Bartlett Bixby 
Eugene Blair, with Honors 
Henry George Borden 



George Victor Carracio 

Thomas William Casper 

Lloyd Grant Cochran, with Honors 

AIarcus Frank Cord 

Joe Violet Crabtree 

Edward Judson Dillon 

Harold Aubrey Downing 

Dean William Dutrack 

Miles Schmid Duwe 

Howard Hamilton Gasaway 

Ora Dale Gay 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 15, ipsS 



Beth Gronemeier, with Honors 

Vern James Hampton 

Carl Joseph Hillemeyer 

Max Eugene Hollenbeck 

Helmut Ernest Holtmann 

Karl Dodd Jahnke, with Honors 

James Rees Jones 

Keith Lybrook Kaelin 

Robert Carlton Kirkpatrick 

Clarence Henry Krohn 

Alvin Lee Legel 

Eugene Phillip Lundeen 

Joseph Mahru, with Honors 

Woodrow Wilson Mann 

Seymour Fredric Marks 

Raymond Frederick Marrs 

Robert Edward Marsh, with Honors 

Bruce Cummings AIcGee 

Cornelia Ruth McNary 

Louis Franklyn McNeil 

William Reitz Mead, with Honors 

Charles Richard Melvin 

Uno Miller 

Harry Justin Modell 

Thomas Aquinas Murphy, with High 

Honors 
Marvin Norden Nachman, with 

Honors 
Lauren Clyde Nidiffer 
John Copeland O'Byrne 



Leland Clare Oliver 
Franklin George Pfeiffer 
Walter James Przybylski 
Benjamin Robert Purvin, Jr., with 

High Honors 
Fred Edward Roedger 
Walter Thomas Rzeczkowski 
Kenneth Arnold Schuette 
William Frederick Sear 
DoRicE Dwight Shumway 
Frederick Wakeland Smart 
Robert Clarence Smith 
Willis Clifford Stevenson, with 

Honors 
William Joseph Stollenwerk 
Lewis Tanner, with Honors 
Fletcher Spray Taylor 
Edward John Thelin 
Samuel Herbert Thompson 
Fred Haymaker Tomlin, with Honors 
LuDviCK Raymond Torkar 
Charles James Urbanski 
Bruce Fisher White 
Juliana Edith White 
Roy Milford Wilkins, Jr. 
Robert Alvah Willard 
Dan Powell York 
Jesse Nelson Young, with Honors 
Edward Charles Zajac 



In Accountancy and Banking and Finance 



George Edward Altmansberger 
Kenneth Fred Angel, with Honors 
Aldo Epifanio Anzzolin 



Verle Goodwin Dollahan 
Orie Edward Husser 



In Banking and Finance 



Bernard Winfield Bonino, Jr. 
Winston Edward Bullington 
George Joseph Cerny 
Warren Kiefer Confer, with High 

Honors 
John Allen Douglas 
Richard B. Fay 
Howard Allan Grohne 
John Edward Huisman 
John Scherr Macferran, Jr. 



John Louis Marley 

Russell George O'Connor 

Maurice Larson Peterson 

Fred Joseph Petruska 

Haynes Eugene Reese 

Roger Riedemann 

John AIarcus Schofield 

Raymond Conrad Stephenson 

Howard Winston Stokes 

Jerome Gilbert Trowe, with Honors 



In Commerce and Law 



William Edward Berry 
Charles William Davis 
Wayne Trafton Dennis 
Otto Eugene Funk 
Irving Louis Gottlieb 



Alexander Luther Haglund 
Gilbert Hall Hennessey, Jr. 
Herbert Donald Kastien 
Norman Kenneth Kelly 
Anthony Toseph Manuele 



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John William Meara 
Kenneth Barnett Powless 
John William Schriber 



George Clarence Slifka 
jMountfort Horner Smith 
Robert Jay Thede 



In Foreign Commerce 



Priscilla Solveig Borgersen 
Walter Cordery Brown 
Stanley Louis Goodman 
Albert Grossarth 
Stanley William Henderson 



William W^ebber Locke 
Arthur Kempter Shaver 
J. AIelvin Silverman 
Victor Alexander Walz 



In General Business 



James Lloyd Anderson 

Dexter Raymond Barrett 

Burton Leo Baskin 

RoLiN L. Baucom 

Richard Henry Becker 

Cloe Lois Bedford 

Joseph Dodds Bevis 

Everett Keith B. ack 

Gerald Eugene Black 

Sterling Anderson Blackstone 

Carolyn Elizabeth Borah 

Justin Harry Bosley 

William Terrill Bray 

Erny Walter Briggs 

Robert ^LARION Brown 

Shirley Ruth Bryant 

Bernard AL^c Bucher 

Bernard Warner Burns 

Edward James Callahan 

Eldon Campbell 

Gilbert Fisher Campbell 

Alfred ALalcolm Claeboe 

George Amos Clark 

Alvin Joseph Clavin 

Ira Gil Cohns 

Russell Donald Cook 

Walter Roscoe Cook, with Honors 

Frances ALa.ry Corkery 

Kenneth Edward Cramer 

Dorothea Elizabeth Creighton 

Carl Hampton Crouch 

Thomas Webster Crull 

Lyman Wesley Dack 

Dorothy Beryl Damisch 

Robert Thomas Darvill 

Donald Hoar Davidson 

John Richard Davidson 

Gordon Vincent Donnelly 

Nora Ecker 

Thomas Scott Eddie 

Robert Vv'illiam Edwards 

Charles Francis Eggert 

Glenn Vernon Ehni 

Vernon Richard Eichstaedt 



John James Esplin 
Robert DeWitte Fast 
Sophie Louise Fink 
Eleanore Frances Fohr 
William M. Folger 
Robert David Frey 
Dorothy Margaret Fruin 
Early Lyman Gilbert, Jr. 
Foster Gilgis 
Richard John Glasebrook, with 

Honors 
Melvin Solomon Goldman 
Marvin French Goodwine 
Bruce Verdun Green 
Jack Ryan Grimm 
Homer Lawrence Guck 
Elizabeth Rose Gyory 
Robert Leon Ham 
Frank Charles Handschuh, with 

Honors 
Patricia Margaret Haran 
Gerald Walker Heath 
Donald Alison Henry 
Wayne Skaggs Hestand 
Charles Francis Hight, with Honors 
Gene Frederick Hildeman 
James AIcDonald Hill 
John Alden Hobart 
Robert Rogers Holden 
Vincent Noel Horning, Jr. 
Edwin Simonds Hunt 
Robert Eugene Hunt 
Harry Franklin Hynd 
John Parker Irish 
Louise Jacob son 

June Naomi Johnson, with Honors 
Charles Irwin Keller 
William Grimm Keller 
Leona Genevieve Ketel 
Joseph Bernerd Klemp 
Clarence Henry Klepper 
Albert Herman Knauerhaze 
Helen Marie Knoebel 
Myrtle Anne Knuth 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 75, ip^S 



Kenneth Walter Koehler 

James Frederick Kramer 

William Kusz 

James Francis Lally 

James Russell Lammering 

Richard Pratt Lamoreaux 

Kenneth Joseph Laurent 

Russell Raymond Walter Layer 

Milton Motz Leyhe 

John William McGinnis 

Robert Ellsworth McGlashan 

Kent Cortelyou McKnight 

Frank Oliver McLeish 

James Ernest McMackin 

Charles Courvoisier Merck 

Virgil Joseph Meyers 

William Bryson Milligan, Jr. 

Robert Clyde Montgomery 

Robert Edward Morgan 

Sidney Lloyd Nemeyer 

Melvin Miller Nield 

Ann Norton 

Tabor Robert Novak, with Honors 

Everett Simon Oliver 

Theodore Francis Olson, Jr. 

Van Robison Parker 

Jean Estella Parks 

Charles Irving Pearson 

Kirby Farmen Post 

Elinore Louise Powers 

Margaret Leila Rauch 

Laurence Haines Rehm 

Homer Alexander Reiq 

Mary Ellen Rennick, with High 

Honors 
Thomas Lee Ridge 
Charles Henry Rippe 
Lillian Hothan Rommel, with 

Honors 



Ruth Runyen 

Sylvester Adam Ryba 

Richard Chester Ryniker 

Ralph Sabetti 

Margaret Frances Sanks 

Albert Louis Sautter, Jr. 

Olive May Schreffler 

Gerald William Seng 

Louis John Shannon 

Irven Edward Silkey 

Joseph Charles Sindelar 

Mary Augusta Skidmore 

Doris Lourdes Smith 

Robert Frederick Stafford 

Charles Fredrick Stansberry, Jr, 

Richard Charles Stare 

William Duane Stewart, Jr. 

Shirley Irene Still 

Norman Fred Stolze, with Honors 

Imogene Dawson Stotler 

Elmer Magnus Strandberg 

John Bernard Stutz, with Honors 

Dale Arthur Tanner 

Norman Richmond Taylor 

Jane Elizabeth Tharp 

John Melvin Thompson 

David Turnbull 

Wendell Winn Turner 

Louts David VanMullen 

Edward Stanley Vojacek, with 

Honors 
C. Nugent Wedding 
William Churchill Wetherbee, with 

Honors 
Junius Prentice Whitehurst 
Laura Elizabeth Wright 
Edward Cline Yeaton 
William Francis Yerger 



In Industrial Administration 



GiBRAN Michael Baccash 
Eugene Charles Bauer 
Samuel Lenord Bogorad 
Joseph John Bristow 
Edward George Bruhnke 
Charles Delbert Christensen 
Rexford John Cunningham 
David Kenneth Davis 
Amos Herbert Flint, Jr. 
Edmund Jerome Fruin 



Raymond Keith Gallagher 
Vernon Wilbert Haag 
Ray Arthur Masek 
Harry Eugene Mast 
Robert Marshall Moore 
Edward John Rezabek 
Chester Lynn Snyder 
Charles Dennis Wagner 
Thomas Henry Watts 



In Trade and Civic Secretarial Service 
Mary Elizabeth Morrow 



Candidates for Degrees, June ij, ip^8 



Harris LeRoy Gregg 
James Elmer Osborn 



In Transportation 

Arthur Robert Stance 
John Ryman Wilmot 



The College of Engineering 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Agricultural Engineering 

Dale Irving Croxkhite Samuel Holm an Woodward 

Kenneth Eugene Fuller 



Harry John Beckemeyer, Jr. 
Melbourne Kenneth Blanchard 
Raymond Tobias Gutman 
Richard Fleming Havell 



In Ceramics 

John Kenton Hester 

Edwin Charles Herman Ploetz 

Joseph Tarre 



In Ceramic 

Stanley Hartenbower Boyle 

Joseph John Brouk 

Paul Eugene Buckles 

Robert Bryson Day 

John Eugene Friess 

James Arthur AIaurer, with High 

Honors 
Leland James McCleish 
John Gerald AIoore 
William Charles Owen 



Engineering 

Norman Franklin Rewoldt 
Raymond Dee Stephens 
Almon William Tucker 
John Battista Vernetti 
PoRTUS M. Wheeler, Jr. 
Harlow Russell Whildin 
Herman Frederick Edward Woltil 
Charles Elmer Wright 
George Herbert Zink 



In Civil Engineering 



Harry Walter Atkinson 
Charles Luster Badger 
Donald Arthur Bassett 
LeRoy Lester Brink 
Charles Edgar Carter 
Richard Roke Cherskove 
Samuel Nick Daniels 
Elmer Austin Dixon 
Raymond Epstein 
John Milton Ericson 
John William Gee 
Harold Everett Goeke 
Nelwin Cle.\tis Grimm 
Eugene Guillard 
William Holly 
Paul Harry Kaar 
Donald Lee Kirby 
Max Eugene Lamb 
Fred William Leake, Jr. 



Raymond Irving Leland 

Leonard Carl Lindblom 

Albert Litvin 

Robert Wright McFerron 

John Clark McKibbin 

Frank Ellis Miller 

Robert William Milnes 

Charles Stanley Monnier 

Sexton Arthur Olin 

James Oscar Potter, with Honors 

James Mueller Robertson, with High 

Honors 
John Theodore Robinson 
Loms Edward Salch 
Henry Andrew Schmielau 
Thomas Jefferson Scott, with High 

Honors 
Walter Oscar Seabury, Jr. 
Guy Warren Sexauer 



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Candidates for Degrees, June ij, ips^ 



Charles Warren Stone 
Wallace Howard Stumm 
Sydney Tabach 
Henry Till 



William Russell Todd 
Edward Fraser Wilson 
Paul Lawrence Zumwalt 



In Electrical Engineering 



Fredrick Harve Ames, Jr. 
Carl Edward Asbury 
Jonathan McMillan Askew 
Ralph Frederic Batt 
Lorin T. Bleuer 
Peter Bollone 
Everett Francis Buehler 
Thurman Gheil Campbell 
Daniel Koelsch Chinlund 
Albert Ray Engelschall 
Frank Eugene Fisher 
Stewart Edwin Frisbie 
Clarence Goodwin Herrington 
Kenji Hino 

Frank Edwin Hostettler 
Robert Edward Jeffries 
Robert Loren Johnson 
Warner Aldren Johnson 
Russell Julius Keeler 
Wladimir Kotowitsch 
Fred Adair Linn 
Paul Arthur Nilsson 
Warren Denton Orr 
Max Ortner, Jr. 



Carl Runge Peterson 

Robert Pope Powers 

Richard Rogers Preston 

Gilbert Charles Reiman 

George Mathew Rezny 

Donald William Russell 

Paul Winchell Ryburn, with Honors 

Stanley William Ryden 

Charles Solomon Sandler, with 

Honors 
George Marcellious Scherrer 
Warren Walter Oliver 

Schmalenberger 
Russell Terry Simmons 
William Arthur Sinks, Jr. 
William Roger Sloat 
Osborne Brooks Smith 
Virgil LeRoy Snell, Jr. 
Louis Alfred George ter Veen 
Robert Jackson Turk 
Lloyd Jordan Waldron 
Francis Marion Whitaker 
Edmund Casimer Wist 



In Engineering Physics 



Maurice Valentine Adams, with 

High Honors 
Edward Avedice Belgian 
Francis Edwin Edwards, Jr. 



Philip Roger Gillette, with High 

Honors 
Raymond Charles Gutschick 
Milton Parker Vore, with High 

Honors 



In General Engineering 



Robert William Dalrymple 
Edward James Holland, Jr. 
Alfred Hughlyn Hunter 



Don Archibald Parkhurst 
Eugene Harold Pietsch 



In Mechanical Engineering 



Joe Mathias Anderson 
Harold Edwin Arnold 
Lyle Carpenter Atwood 
Charles Erwood Beck 
Harry Beckerle, Jr. 
Richard Ora Beitel 
Hugh Henry Benninger 
Edward Frederick Burow 
Donald Elmer Carncross 
William George Chappell, with 
Honors 



William Keith Cochran 

Joseph Kenneth Decker 

Carroll Hilton Dunn 

Ralph Frederick Fearn, with High 

Honors 
J. Robert Fletcher 
Howard Jack Goss 
Albert Eugene Hartmann 
Rudolph John Houkal, Jr. 
George Reinhold Johnson 



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John Morris Keller 

Edwin Fredrick Koehler 

Boris Yvon Kutner 

James Long 

Clarence Bernard Mansky 

Edward Charles AIanthei, with 

Honors 
Calvin Bennett McElhoe 
Charles Mark Middlesworth 
Jack Anthony Nachowitz 
Norris Vincent Needham 
Alfred AIagill Nelson 
Joseph Lester Peltzman 
Francis Fred Poppenburg 
George Harold Potus 
Thomas John Putz, with Honors 



William Dyckman Rich 
Charles Richard Rockwell 
Sidney Schnitzer 
Joseph Engelbert Schober 
Edgar Schoij 
Howard Otto Scholl 
Benedict Thomas Schwar 
William Anthony Slupik 
Kurt Sprengling 
William Randolph Staggs 
Harold Nels Swanson 
Francis Kasmir LIsalis 
James Malvin Walden 
Stephen James Wenthe 
John Frazer White 



In Metallurgical Engineering 

Howard Wayne Miner, with High 
Honors 

In Mining Engineering 

Arnold William Asman 
John Leo Brown 



Oswald Vincent Johnson 
Mathew Mark Retonde 



In Railway Civil Engineering 
Martin John Goers Paul Chris Traub 

In Railway Electrical Engineering 
Leland Levon Davis Donald Franklin Marston 



The College of Agriculture 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Agriculture 



Paul Augustus Adams 

Raymond Julius Emil John Alberts, 

with Honors 
Fred Bridges Alcorn 
Carl Raymond Almgren, with Honors 
Frank Winston Andrew 
Charles Clarence Bain, with Honors 
Robert Cantley Becker 
Harold Eugene Bell 
Walter Berg 
John Leslie Black 
Howard Theodore Boes 
Keith Sowers Brown 
Samuel Lowell Buddemeier 
Vernon Eugene Burgener, with 

Honors 
Wallace McMurray Burroughs, Jr. 
Frank AL'\rlow Case 
Paul Cavello 



Carl Edward Chaplin 
Donald Walter Christiansen 
Owen Kohl Churchill 
John Richardson Cooper 
Alfred Wilcox Cowgill 
Leighton Meadows Cropper 
Byron Keith Croxton 
Maurice Eugene Croxton 
James Henry Davis 

LOREN HUMISTON DaVIS 

Denzil Ellis Dees 
MiLDOURN Frank DeMunn 
John Leroy Diamond 
Richard Franklin Dugan 
James Roscoe Dunseth, Jr. 
Edward Oxley Elliott 
Martin Wilson Farnam 
Wesley Howard Farrell, Jr. 
Wendell Leroy Farris 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 75, ipj8 



Joe Bernard Fehrenbacher, with 

Highest Honors 
Frank Addison Fieber, with High 

Honors 
Orval Cleg Floyd 
Raymond Lloyd Fox 
David Lloyd Freeman 
Howard Garber Fugate 
Luis Antero Garcia 
Glen Gates 

Alan Leslie Goodmiller 
Frederick Snow Greenman 
Robert Charles Halcott 
Walter Judson Haney, with High 

Honors 
Paul Leroy Hanna 
Homer T. Heape 
Harold Russell Heckman 
Abraham Lincoln Herm 
Richard Adam Herm 
Hale Arvid Holm 
Frank Harold Horn 
Annabelle Carolyn Howser 
James Christopher Hoyt 
Robert William Hufford 
Dale Wendell Hltix 
Frederick Donald Ioerger, with 

Honors 
Albert Gregory Kallal 
Charles Frederic Kell 
Raymond Gilmore Kent 
Lyle Donald Kerley, with Honors 
Thomas Bernard Kirkpatrick, with 

Honors 
John Arthur Lamb 
Donald Elmo Larimore, with High 

Honors 
Clark Raymond Larson 
Robert Kermit Lawson 
James Christopher Lesar 
Rex Herschel Light 
Leonard Beecham Lockett 
William Harvey Longley 
Joseph Raymond McGann 
James Earl McJilton 
Vernon Frank Meyer, with Honors 
WiLLARD D. Moore 
Harry Jacob Ammen Murdoch 



Delane Irving Murdock 
Warren Erwin Myers 
Kenneth Quentin Paddock 
Howard Russell Parish 
Thomas Gerald Pearse, Jr., with 

High Honors 
Norman Alan Perry, with Honors 
Cecil Melvin Piper 
David Campbell Player 
Evan Henry Chester Pocklington 
Irvin Leonard Pocklington 
Donald Bartlett Pope 
Robert Dean Postlewaite 
Eldon Dwight Powell 
Gerald Roy Redman 
David Walker Rhinehart 
John Raymond Rhinehart 
Robert James Rimington 
Lee Acheson Rodgers 
David Henry Ruebush 
Wesley Earl Rutherford, Jr. 
Fred Oliver St. John 
Ralph Ernest Schelling 
John Joseph Scherrer 
Stanley Edwin Schwarm 
Glen Delmar Shippy 
Charles Albert Smith 
William Gilmore Swearingen, with 

Honors 
W. Homer Switzer 
Byron Dale Thier 
Charles LaVerne Voorhees 
Howard Baker Waddell 
Kenneth Thornton Wade 
Robert Hetfield Warner 
Meredith Wayne Watts, with 

Honors 
Vern Herbert Watts 
George Albert Webb 
Franklin Andrew Werner 
Eber Forest Wetzel 
Leslie William White, with Highest 

Honors 
Morse William Whiting 
James Darwin Wikoff 
Byron Wright 
Roland George Yager 
De.\n Seymour Zehr 



Mary Ann Dorner 



In Floriculture 

Karl George Klehm 



In Home Economics 
Caroline Roberta Alexander Margaret Edith Baudison, with 



Ada Mary Allen 

NoLA Elvie Arnold 

Mildred Marie Bass, with Honors 



Honors 
Ruth Virginia Bennett, with Honors 
Helen Margaret Bloss 



Candidates for Degrees, June ij, 193S 



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Mary Elizabeth Bohlen 

Thelma \'irginia Bonvallet, with 

Honors 
Esther Margaret Bruce 
Margaret Elizabeth Burdick 
Cleg Marie Butler 
Wanda June Casto 
Mary Dane Cory 
Helen Trent Corzine 
Josephine Elaine Crawford 
Elizabeth Creighton 
Margaret Eleanor Dixson, with 

Honors 
Mable Alice Eck 
Myrtle Anna Eck 
Nellie Marian Ehler 

EUREATH ArLENE FrEYERMUTH 

Lucile Josephine Gingerich 

Garnet Louise Ginther 

Mabel Leone Harkness 

Ruth Elizabeth Harper 

Lucile Hieser, with Honors 

Ellen ^^L-kude Hill 

Louise ^L\ry Horan 

Ruth Alice Hubbard 

]\Iarjorie Helen Innes 

Dorothy Jensen, with Honors 

Melva Bertha Johannigmeier 

]\L\rgaret Ellen Johnson 

Betty Ann Knight 

WiLMA Leesman 

Elizabeth ^L\cClinchie, with Honors 



Helen Mae Malek, with Honors 

Nola Clementene Massie 

Mildred IMarcella Mast 

Hermien Ruth Myers 

Ruth Nortell 

Doris Louise Ramp 

Dorothy Mae Roodhouse 

Gladys Eileen Ross 

AIartha Louise Rucker 

Geraldine Cleone Russell 

Kathryn Elizabeth Sanders 

Caroline Wilhelmenia Schick 

Jean Mary Schott 

Leta Lillian Scott 

Marian Margaret Singleton, with 

Highest Honors 
Asta Carolina Smidt 
Alberta Maud Smith, with Honors 
Dorothy Isabel Snyder, with Honors 
Virginia Mary Spiller 
WiLMA Louise Sykes 
Dorothy Aline Timm 
Mardell Dillon Tompkins, with 

Honors 
Lucile Wilburn Turner 
Marjorie Leota Van Wormer 
Eleanor Lucille Velde 
Helen Ruth Wahlberg 
Pearl Wilma Ward, with Honors 
Beulah Edna Weedon 
Mary Arlene Wolfram 
Marian Frances Yepsen, with Honors 
Charlotte Virginia Young 



The College of Education 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Education 



^L-\RY Elizabeth Adkins 
Phyllis Jean Armstrong, with 

Honors in History 
Eloise Ashby 
Eleanor Fiske Bailey 
Barton Ormsbee Baker 
^Lartha Banker 
XoRMA Agnes Barts 
Hester Louise Bayliss 
Gretchen Jane Beckman 
^Lary Elizabeth Bell 
Andrew Sterling Bennett 
Gertrcde Eileen Bennett 
Edith Lillian Bergstrom 



John Rudolph Berner 
Elizabeth Ida Bluemke 
HoNORE Evelyn Blumenfield 
George William Bodecker 
Dorothy Jane Body 
William Thomas Bourgeois 
Edwin Porch Bradbury 
Ellen Sue Bretsnyder 
Joseph Anthony Brown 
Margaret Helen Buck 
Richard Benjamin Carlton 
Mary Lou Carter 
Jack Ross Cervantes, with Honors 
in Spanish 



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Candidates for Degrees, June i^, ip^8 



Rhee Betty Chidekel 

Lois Frances Churchill 

Dorothy Louise Cole, with Honors 

in Mathematics 
Ruth Elnora Cortright 
Maxine Elizabeth Cosgrove 
Lillian Louise Cress 
George Edward Curtis 
Frances Bonniebel Davis 
Ruth Marie Davis 
Avery Milton Dickerson 
Philip Hill Doherty 
Helena Anna Doll 
Helen Jean Donaldson 
Eloris Marguerite Donner 
Helen Marie Drais 
Dorothy Rose Dublin 
Grace Marie Dunn 
Irving Philip Durchslag 
Eloise Christina Eber 
Peggie Mae Reede Ed son 
Alma Delle Elliff 
Doris Marie Ellis 
Dorothy Epstein, with Honors in 

Mathematics 
Leslie Joseph Evans 
Lois Eleanor Ewing 
Jeanne Ruth Fifield 
Catherine Dena Folis 
Arvilla Marjorie Gaard 
Mary Jane Gallemore 
Eugene Stuart Garrett 
Vincent Harold Gehr 
Helen Mary Gehring 
Miriam Geller 
John Andrew George 
John Joseph Ginay 
Michael Daniel Giokaris 
Andy Raymond Glosecki 
Lee Clifford Goldberg 
Loren Edward Grabb 
Genevieve Green 
Marjorie Waddell Green 
Harriet Jane Greene, with Honors 

in Education and Mathematics 
Bernice Evelyn Grinyer 
Elizabeth Ann Groff 
Ruth Marie Gustafson 
Arthur Wesley Haas 
Hyman Handelman 
Renee Harper 
Marian Virginia Harris 
Dorothy Hope Headlee 
Alice Anna Heale 
Virginia Mae Hodson 
Carroll Joseph Hubble 
Bobbie Anita Hudson 
Ilene Bell Hurl 
Daniel Ralph Iannella 
Betty Iles 
Raymond Salvatore Iman 



Mary Margaret Irwin 

Alt A Marie Isaacs 

Elmer Andrew Ivary 

Leon Nicholas Jarand 

Velma Katherine Jeffers 

Lillian Taylor Johnson 

Marian Elizabeth Johnson 

Max Johnson 

Emily Jane Jones 

Walter Axel Jorgensen 

Marie Marcella Kappus 

Dorothy Marie Kennedy 

Harriet Maxine Kimball 

Eileen Laura Kincaid 

Enid Emogene Kiner 

Charles Clifford King 

Evelyn Frances Knoppel 

Leslie Donald Knudsen 

Julia Louise Koch 

Elmer Joseph Koestner 

Mabel Roberta Kofoed 

Evan Geyer Koons 

Mary Elizabeth Kovac, with Honors 

in Education 
Etoile Thornber LaCroix 
Mary Elizabeth Lambert 
DwiGHT William Langham 
May Irene Larson 
Olive Louise Lauterbach, with 

Honors in Latin 
Marjorie Alvina Theresa La Valle 
Charlotte Lucia LeBosquet 
William George Lehmann 
John Albert Lippold 
Doris Emma Loescher 
Virginia Dorothy Lorek 
Catherine Jayne Winifred Mack 
George Andrew Magnuson 
Jack Robert Malach 
Phyllis Jean Manning 
Santo Louis Marino 
Jean Emily Martin 
Kathryn Howard Massias 
John Barger McGill 
Joseph Patrick McMenamin 
Cornelia Louise IVIcNeal 
Sarah Lee Meyer 
William Fred Meyer 
Rosalie Catherine Miller 
Ruth Mariam Miller 
Elizabeth Anne Mosiman 
Jane Elizabeth Mullett 
Charles Maurice Mutter 
Mary Brierley Nelson 
Dorothy Janet Ness 
Theodore Joseph Nykiel 
Dorothea May Pepperdine 
Genevieve Floss Perry 
Paul Lawrence Petty 
Betty Jane Phillips 
Jay Frederick Pickerill 



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Ella Mae Pierce 

Florence Adda Bishop Player 

Lu Ada Henrietta Porter 

Virginia Norma Powell 

Alice Emily Pulcher 

^Iargaret Francis Rago 

Jane Rausch 

Miriam Reizner 

Rex Winslow Reynolds 

RoscoE Leroy Robertson 

Mary Catherine Roche 

Drusilla Parker Rumrill 

Frank Ray Russell 

EiNA Margaret Ryan 

Allen Victor Heimbach Sapora, with 

Honors in Physical Education 
Janet Vivian Sator 
Lucille Katherine Schaffer 
Frederic Ross Scheidecker 
Arnold Earl Schenk 
Paltl Everett Senger 
Doris Elaine Sengstock, with 

Honors in French 
Glenn Shaffer 
Frances Claudine Sheetz 
Catherine Josephine Sidlo 
Bertha Cecile Sloser 
Martha Eleanor Smith 
Wayne David Spangler 
Wanda Lois Spencer 
^La.ry Jane Steidemann 
Albert W. Stern 
Carma Geraldine Storm 
Joseph Howard Streng 



Margaret Rouse Stubenrauch 

Elizabeth Engel Teckenbrock 

Myrtle Linnea Thelin 

Lester Arnold Thrasher 

Norma Ruth Tir 

Mariana Trickey 

Bessie Mae Tyrell 

Carroll Francis Van Deventer 

Edward Robert Wach 

Betty Jayne Wagner 

Helen Gertrude Walsh 

Rolla John Walston 

Jane Virginia Lorraine Watchorn 

Virginia Adams Weber 

William Carl Weber, Jr. 

Mary Elizabeth Weitzel 

Lyndell Neal Welbourne 

Scott Emery Weller 

Virginia Josephine Westervelt 

George Allen Wetzel 

Elinor Alyce Wheeland 

Mary Whitteker 

Roberta Beth Willmore 

Henry Richard Winiarski 

Virginia Eleanor Winklepleck 

Edith Elaine Wood 

Mary Louise Woodburn 

Carol Jane Wright 

Louise Elizabeth Wright 

Mary Elizabeth Wright 

Clifford J. Wynkoop 

Ralph Wilbur Zech 

Lorraine Margaret Zeisler 

Bernice Josephine Zwick 



In Agricultural Education 
Ralph William Johnson Paul Everett Senger 



In Home 

Alice Blessing Allen 
Doris Ellen Bolin 
Mildred Olive Carroll 
Phyllis Maurine Curl 
Barbara Genevieve Eaton 
Laura Ann Fink 
WiLMA Josephine Fox 
Florence Isabel Littell 
Reinou Johanna Maurits 



Economics Education 

Margaret Mary Monfort 

Eleanor Pauline Peters 

Helen Louise Peterson 

Dorothy Louise Printz 

Ruth Elizabeth Robb, with Honors 

in Home Economics 
Katherine Virginia Seidel 
Marion Charlotte Simon 
Ruth Virginia Strohm 



In Industrial Education 



Russell Patrick Doyle 
Paul Wilson Liehr 



Otha James Miller 
William Russell Sturgeon 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 75, ig^8 



The College of Fine and Applied Arts 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Architectural Engineering 



Robert Karl Bauerle 

Charles Edward Denton 

Lawrence Edwin Gailen 

Michael Joseph Hered 

Fred James Kile, with High Honors 

Arthur Wilbur Mills 



John J. Petersen 
Hyman Henry Sher 
Walker Gerhard Stone 
John Steel Trimble 
Harold Edward Weber 



In Architecture 



John Vincent Anderson 

John Fred Bartels, with Honors 

Bernard Holmes Bradley, with 

Honors 
Homer Stoddard Butler, Jr. 
Courtney Boyd Cole 
Joseph Henry Crammer 
Clarence Edgar Donath 
Harold Russell Ekroth, with Honors 
Howard William Frank, with High 

Honors 
Bernard J. Friedman 



George Walter Gray 

William Lee Horstman, Jr. 

August Julius Ignelzi 

Howard Herbert Kern 

James Daniel Murphy 

Harold Sidney Pawlan 

Don Ashley Reed 

Frank Marshall Smith 

Donald Philip Stevens, with High 

Honors 
Thomas Scott Twerdahl 
Jack Wilbur Zimmer 



In AIusic Education 



Sibyl Louise Barbre 

Charles Herbert Beckman 

William Labert Boggs 

Harold Swartz Confer, with Honors 

Marion Elizabeth Corell 

Guy M. Duker, with High Honors 

Geraldine Ann Elliott 

Austin Eugene Garrels 

John Leonard Glover 

Marietta Charlene Hall 

Catherine Annabelle Hanawalt, 

with High Honors 
Louise B. Haselton 
Charles Mason Hendricks, with 

Honors 
Margaret Mary Hennesey 
Dorothy Elizabeth Heyduck 
Edward Clinton Kalb 



Eleanor Louise Krughoff, with High 

Honors 
Walter Stanford Lathen 
Lowell Preston Little 
Bernice Caroline Moore 
Margaret Alma AIorgan 
Ellen Dorothy Petersen, with 

Honors 
Charles Allen Ricketts 
Richard Elliot Roberts, with Honors 
Jack Westover Seargeant 
Margaret Statler Sproat 
Josephine Helen Stanaitis 
John Robert Van Nice 
Ernest Eugene Weller 
Keith Leroy Wilson, with High 

Honors 



The Degree of Bachelor of Music 



Austin Eugene Garrels 
Franklin Maxwell Juvinall 
Ralph William Kinison 



Fred William Westphal, Jr., with 
Honors 

LORAMA WiESE 

Harvey Clary Zorn 



Candidates for Degrees, June ij, igj8 



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The Degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts 

In Art Education 

Janet Leigh Chadwick Louise Selma Krueger, with Honors 

Dorothy Gladys Gunderson, with Kathryn Frances Ralph 

Honors Elizabeth Irma Sorrell 
Thyra Lucy Hartong, with Honors 

In Landscape Architecture 

Daniel Joseph Ferrone Robert ]\Ierrill O'Donnell, with 
Wiley Thomas Jones, Jr., with Honors 

Honors Emmy Lou Smith 

Jacob Hyman Katz Barbara Louise Warner 

Warren Darrell Lewis Roberta Ardis Wightman 
Dorothy ^L■\Y Nelson 



In Landscape Architecture, City Planning Option 
Donald Graham Davis Ralph Desbro Hampton 



Ruth Elizabeth Briggs 
Gerald Wayne Davis 
Beatrice Vivian George 
Charles Edward Gerber 
^L\rion Korsmo 
Raymond Elvester Leech 



In Painting 

James Henry Graham Lynch, with 

High Honors 
Francis AIarion Mair 
Elizabeth Eleanor McCarty 
Ruth Suzanne Osgood 
Waldo Wilderman Tisch 
Iris Elizabeth Zimmerly 



The College of Law 

The Degree of Bachelor of Laws 



Fred Courtney Arthur, A.B., 1935 
William Henry Barrick, A.B., 1936 
;\L-\rk Huelster Beaubien, A.B., 1936 
John James Black, B.Ed., Eastern 
Illinois State Teachers College, 

1934 
Robert Hatch Brunsman, A.B., 1936 
Robert Gordon Burn side, A.B., 1936 
Wilbur Philip Cooper, B.S., Beloit 

College, 1932 
Harold O. Fichte, A.B., 1936 
French Levering Fraker, B.S., 1935 
Roger Joseph FRuaN, A.B., 1936 
Harold James Galvin, A.B., St. Louis 

University, 1935 
John Gray Gilbert, B.Ed., Southern 

Illinois State Teachers College, 

1933 
Herbert Glazer, A.B., 1936 
William Edwards H.^ll 
Bruce Marshall Jones, A.B., 1936 



WiLLARD VanArsdale Kelsey, A.B., 

Illinois Wesleyan University, 1935 

Edward Felix Kenehan, A.B., 1936, 

with Honors 
Donan Charles Kirley, A.B., 1936 
James Francis Lemna, A.B., 1936 
Anton Wolski Makar, A.B., North 

Central College, 1936 
Gale Albert Mathers, A.B., Knox 

College, 1933 
Dean Smith McGaughey, A.B., 1936, 

with Honors 
Allen Curtis McGurk, B.S., 1936 
Wallace Watson Orr, A.B., Univer- 
sity of Missouri, 1936 
William Golan Pinsley, B.S., 1936 
Perry H. Plummer, Jr., A.B., 1936, 

with Honors 
Maurice Graham Porter, with Honors 
Robert Beauman Porter, A.B., 1936 
George Pond Proctor, A.B., 1936 



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Candidates for Degrees, June i^, 1938 



William Lloyd Roller, A.B., 1935 
Albert Saikley, A.B., 1936 
Richard Albert Schneider, B.S., 1936 
Roth Samuel Smith, A.B., 1936 
Bert Philo Snow, B.S., 1936 
Herman Walterford Snow, A.B., St. 

Viator College, 1937 
Matthew William Stefanich, B.S., 

1936 



Walter Stern, A.B., 1934 

Harry Roland Stevens, A.B., Knox 

College, 1935 
Daniel Stanford Tauman 
Charles Joseph Walters, B.S., 1936 
Joseph Anton Wanderscheid, A.B., 

1935 
Gene David Weisiger, B.S., 1935 
Saul Theodore Winston, A.B., 1936 
Arthur David Young, A.B., 1932 



The Degree of Doctor of Law 



Alice Marie Chellberg, B.S., 1936, 
with Honors 



Albert Henry Krusemark, Jr., A.B., 
1936, with Honors 



The School of JournaHsm 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



John Joseph Ambrose 

Marian Louise Baker 

Bernadine Olive Baumann 

Barbara Bell 

Justice Leffel Bender 

William Stanley Bercher 

Charles William Bidwell 

Perry Wright Blain 

Knox Bourne 

Helen Therese Burglund 

Bryce William Burke 

Ines Caudera 

Paula Jane Chattin 

Robert AIichael Clancy 

Raymond Charles Claydon 

Michael John Connolly, with Honors 

Sheila Jane Crooke 

Frederick Lyon Dalton 

Charles Lohmann Dancey 

Ned Thomas Davis 

Barbara Diehl, with Honors 

James Edwin Dix 

Perry Van Ewing, Jr. 

Nelio Anthony Florio 

Grace Marion Gatewood, with 

Honors 
Nell Randall Gere 
Helen Maxine Gladding, with 

Honors 
Shirley Lillian Goodman, with 

Honors 
AL^RY Jane Grimmett 
Marie Caroline Henkel 
Flora Lydia Hoerr 
Kenneth Baker Horning 
Marian Burns Johnson, with High 

Honors 



In Journalism 

Marjorie Idella Johnson 

John William Knight 

James Hooker Knowles 

Joseph John Kowalski 

Paul Julian Larson 

Georgian LaBelle Lawrence 

John Fonrose Lawson 

Robert Charles Leas 

John Gilmer Lessee 

Richard Andrew Lincicome 

John Arnold Mabley 

Jean Elizabeth Mann, with Honors 

Jack Franklin Mark 

Virginia Ruth Mayer 

Louie Cherrington McKean, Jr. 

Elsie Margaret Mitchell 

Ruth Morris 

Earl Com stock Moss, Jr. 

Frank Joseph Mueller 

John Nicholas Mullins 

Lorraine Murphy 

Grover Urades Nash 

Paul Robert Nelson 

Margaret Marie Oldham 

Robert Warren Olson 

Eileen May Peters 

Fanny Gale Pierson 

Alice Lucile Pitts 

Marion John Podraza 

Frederic Arthur Pruett 

Martha Lou Purviance 

Maxine Valerie Rabe 

Anton Remenih, Jr. 

Mary-Jane Ryan 

Howard Tillman Sanstadt 

Ruth Scheffer 



Candidates for Degrees, June i^, 1938 



35 



Teax Erma Schiffner 

Martin Ferdinand Schmitt, with 

Honors 
Grover Edward Shipton 
Rosemary Steuber 
Robert Earl Stoutenborough 
Roy Wilson Taylor, with Honors 
John Francis Tracy 
Edwina Rose \'irgil 
Shirley Ruth Wallace 



Robert Edward Walton 
Jane Katherine Webber 
Georgene Weber 
Helen Rae Wessels 
Karine Elizabeth Westerholm 
Ann Louise Wettengel 
William Anthony Whitehouse 
Norman Winer 
Virginia Kay Wolff 
Frederick Conrad Wright 



The School of Physical Education 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Physical Education 



Genevieve Lorraine Anderson 

Harriet Edith Bailey 

^L^RGUERiTE Dolores Begnoche, with 

Honors 
Frank Ellwood Bell, Jr. 
William Fr-^nklin Bennis 
Thomas Peter Bouzeos 
Lee Carey 

Leland Orville Dollahon 
Saxon Virginia Eldridge 
Harby Emerson Gaines 
Raymond Edgar Harms 
Robert Korsgaard 
Charles Robert Kovacic 



Neil AIorton Lance 
Marion Loyola I^IcKenzie 
Mary Kathryn Morris 
AIargaret Alice Olsen 
Catherine Louise Putnam 
AIarion Dale Reeder 
Lynn W. Renne 
Mary Ann Simon 
Sarah Isabell Simpson 
Adolph Jerome Stefani 
John Strell 
Harriet Watts 
Rosa Elmyra Whitlock 



The Library School 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Library Science 

Irene Louise Anderson, A.B., Drake University, 1935 

Augusta Gerault Beatty, A.B., Mississippi State College for Women, 1931 

Charles John Boorkman, Jr., A.B., 1933 

Jean Renning Brand, B.S., 1937 

Amie Alice Burnham, A.B., DePauw University, 1935 

^Largaret May Caffall, A.B., Washington University, 1920, with High Honors 

Gilbert Lewis Campbell, B.S., Purdue University, 1937 

Paul Tsing Hsien Chen, A.B., University of Nanking, 1926 

Mary Edna Colby, A.B., 1937 

Ruth Grossman, A.B., Michigan State College, 1936, with High Honors 

Romaine Ruth Damaske, A.B., University of North Dakota, 1937 

Estrilla Myrtle Daniels, B.S., Bowling Green State College, 1929 

Laura Beth D.^vis, B.S., Central College (Fayette, Alissouri), 1931, with High 

Honors 
Velma Nona Disbrow, B.S., Iowa State College, 1931, with Honors 
Elizabeth Joan Ebright, A.B., Baker University, 1933 ; A.M., University of 

Kansas, 1936; with Honors 
Herberta Louise Faithorn, A.B., San Francisco State Teachers College, 1936, 

with Honors 
Vlasta Barbar.^ Feres, A.B., 1937 

Mary Evalan Fischer, A.B., Western College (Oxford, Ohio), 1936 
Mildred Marie Forney. A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1937 



36 Candidates for Degrees, June /j, ipjS 

Edwin Irwin Friedman, B.S., Northwestern University, 1935 

Marjorie Glass, A.B., Doane College, 1937 

Bernita Jane Golly, B.S., Northwestern University, 1936 

Anita J. Gorius, B.S., Xavier University, 1933 

Dorothy May Green, A.B., Hiram College, 1928; A.M., Ohio State University, 

1933 
Dorothy Marie Hagen, A.B., Washington University, 1935 
Madlyn Emily Hayward, A.B., A.M., Washington University, 1935, 1936 
Herbert Rossborough Hearsey, B.S., Ed.M., Tufts College, 1934, 1935 
David Glenn Hilts, A.B., Union College, 1922; A.M., University of Nebraska, 

1931 ; with Honors 
Bertha E. Hughes, B.S., State University of Iowa. 1931 
Marian Madie Iwert, B.S., State University of Iowa, 1936 
Marie Frances PCelly, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1933 
Marion Margaret Koch, A.B., Washington University, 1937 
Hanna Elsa Krueger, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1928 
Merry Joy Lamb, A.B., Asbury College, 1936 
Mary LaRue, A.B., Illinois Woman's College, 1920 
Nancy Louise Leach, A.B., 1935 
Gladys Lucille Leaman, A.B., 1937 

Frances Ruth Metcalf, A.B., University of Tennessee, 1936 
Mary Lucille Moore, A.B., DePauw University, 1937 
Doris Louise Morrow, A.B., 1931 

Virginia Isabel Nichols, A.B., MacMurray College, 1937 
Catherine Robinson Ogden, A.B., University of Tennessee, 1935 
Dorothy Elna Parrish, A.B., Mississippi State College for Women, 1933 
Harrietts Peteet, A.B., H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College, 1936 
Wanda Claire Pringle, A.B., 1937 
June Maxine Rehfield, A. A., Stephens College, 1932; A.B., Drake University, 

1935 
Virginia Barmore Richey, A.B., Duke University, 1937 
Mary Eilleen Roberts, B.S., Kansas State College of Agriculture and Applied 

Science, 1930 
Felicia Mary Ryan, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1933, with Honors 
Thelma Charlotte Schuler, A.B., Butler University, 1929 
Dorothy Elinor Scott, A.B., University of Kansas, 1930 

Esther IVIarian Shubert, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1937 
Louise Marian Smith, B.S., Knox College, 1927 
Marjorie Durling Smith, A.B., DePauw University, 1937 
Felix Eugene Snider, B.S., Southeast Missouri State Teachers College, 1930, 

with High Honors 
Kathryn Thelma Sowers, A.B., University of Akron, 1937 
Ruth Spalding, A.B., Mary Hardin-Baylor College, 1926 
Eleanor Agnes Stahl, A.B., Carthage College, 1937 
Margaret Lillian Steiner, A.B., Willamette University, 1931 
Mary Carolina Stokes, A.B., Sweet Briar College, 1936 
Lottie-May Straka, A.B., University of Cincinnati, 1937 
Naomi Eileen Stuff, A.B., University of Cincinnati, 1937 
Lola Mae Tallmadge, A.B., Aurora College, 1929 
Nancy Beuhring Taylor, A.B., Marshall College, 1937 
Josephine Mathews Tharpe, A.B., Florida State College for Women, 1931, with 

High Honors 
Betty Louise Thomas, A.B., 1936 
Harold Walton Tucker, A.B., Rice Institute, 1936 
Hazel Anna Walz, B.S., Northwestern University, 1936, with Honors 
Else Marie Wild, A.B., University of Michigan, 1937 
Mildred Margaret Wood, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1928 
Pauline Woodson, A.B., Wheaton College, 1936 
Evelyn Grace Young, A.B., University of Kansas City, 1937 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago 
June 10, 1938 



The College of Medicine 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Medicine 



^IiTRY Peter Ajalat 

Lendall Dee Archer 

Julius Nathaniel Bell 

Bruxon Bielinski, A.B., University 
of Miami, 1930; B.S., Lewis In- 
stitute, 1932 

Arnold Black, with Honors 

Robert Seeley Bleier 

Clinton Spencer Bond 

Edward John Brophy 

George Robert Chobot 

William Lasselle Cochrane 

Wilbur Randolph Cohlan 

Arnold Louis Cohn, with Honors 

^L\x Helix Cutler 

ALA.RVIN Edward Eckberg, B.Ed., 

Northern Ilhnois State Teachers 
College, 1936 

Leonard Harold Favus 

Milton Feinberg, with High Honors 

Edward George Feldman, with 
Honors 

Nemo Dexter Gaines, B.Ed., Southern 
Illinois State Normal University, 

1935 
Walter G.a.ines, with Honors 
Lawrence Ogden Goodman 
Ferdinand Gorecki 
Foster Ellsworth Gossard 
Ernst August Griep 
Eugenia Eleanor Gurskis 
Harold Frank Hailman, with High 

Honors 
RowiNE M.\E Hayes 
Walter George Haynes 
Jack S. Heimovitz, with Honors 
Edgar O. Hughes 

Edward John Jaruszewski, B.S., 1936 
Grant Trempe Johnson 
Harve William Jourdan, Jr., with 

High Honors 
Marvin Stanley Kagen 
Lester Kanter 
Karlton Hubert Kemp 
Theodore Kiersch 
Virginia Kipke, with High Honors 
John William Koenig 



Earl Hilmer Koepke 

Elwood Franklin Kortemeier 

Sam Kruger 

Paul Lilja Lane, D.D.S., University 

of Minnesota, 1923 
Shirley William Lane 
Arnold Harold Leavitt, A.B., 1937 
Louis Lemberg 
Carleton Walter Leverenz, Ph.G., 

1925 
Frank Michael Lhotka 
Arthur Manning Lindsay 
Sidney Samuel Litow 
Rocco Vincent Lobraico, Jr. 
Robert William Loeffler 
Samuel Sebastian Lombardo 
Montie Magree 
Charles Wendell Malsbury, A.B., 

Illinois College, 1936 
Stanley Joseph Mankowski 
Charles Joseph Marino 
Sidney Marks, with Honors 
Irving Allen Matzner 
Walter Mau 

George Bradley McNeely, Jr. 
Benjamin Samuel Meyer, Ph.B., 

University of Chicago, 1936, 

with High Honors 
George Edward Morgan 
Stephen Daniel A'Iosny, Jr. 
Harold Robert Oberhill 
Robert Porter O'Donnell 
Thomas Walker O'Kane 
Seymour Sidney Pastron 
Roy Lee Patterson 
Harold Morris Perlmutter, with 

Honors 
James Donald Pierce 
Theodore Zane Policandriotes 
Seymour Lester Pollack 
Louis Robert Prucher 
Arthur Bernard Pyterek 
Eleanore Aleen Reidell 
Joseph Maurice Robbins 
Bernice Shirley Rosen 
Robert Emerson Ryde 
Bernard J. Schaffer 



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38 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June lo, 1Q38 



Louis Schwartz 

Wendell Paul Scott 

Arthur Joseph Shapiro 

Joseph T. Shulruff 

Morris Siegel 

Morton Simons 

Gordon Gaskill Snider 

John Paul Spomer 

Theodore Robert Stevens 

Lawrence LeRoy Swan 

Hyman Tavris 

Justus Earl Taylor, Jr. 

Ernest Look Thompson 

Robert Harold Tinker 

Gertrude Rita Torczynski 

Lois Helena Visscher, with Honors 

George Norman Waniata, B.S., 

Armour Institute of Technology, 

1931 



Harvey Charles Waters 

Max Edwin Webber 

Jack Weinberg, M.D., 1937 

Albert Robert Weinglass, with High 

Honors 
Eugene Weiss, with Honors 
Manuel Bertrand Weiss 
Harvey White 
Jane Ruth Winer 
Joseph Albert Wloczewski, Jr. 
Gilbert Lawrence Wright 
Bernard Yaffe 
Theodore Clarence Zeman, Ph.C, 

1934 
Nathan Zimmerman 
Mitchell Zweig 



The Certificate in Medicine 



Edmund Roy Adler, B.S., 1936 
Meyer Stanley Albin 
Clifford Worden Atherton 
Jack Mark Bailis, B.S., 1937 
John William Ballou, B.S., 1938 
Harry E. Barnett, B.S., 1936 
Wilbur Whittler Baumgartner, B.S., 

University of Chicago, 1933 
Raymond Emanuel Benson, B.S., 1937 
Samuel Berger, B.S., 1936 
Ralph Carl Berkelhamer, B.S., 1936 
Mark Bernstone, B.S., 1936 
George Charles Blaha, B.S., Notre 

Dame University, 1934 
Clinton Spencer Bond 
John August Bowman, Jr., B.S., 1936 
Jack E. Brooks, B.S., 1936 
Paul Hart Brown, B.S., Wheaton 

College, 1934 
George Whitham Carlin, A.B., B.S., 

1935, 1936 
Horace Pearse Christian, B.S., 1937 
Robert Elmer Cohenour, B.S., 1936 
Arnold Melvin Cohn, B.S., 1937 
Philip Edward Cohn 
Bernard L Coopersmith, B.S., 1936, 

with Honors 
Patrick Thomas Dolan, Jr., B.S., 

1936 
Edmund Roche Donoghue, B.S., 1936 
Victor Murphy Dorris, B.S., 1936 
DeSales Guillaume DuVigneaud, 

B.S., 1936 
Harold Einhorn 

Alfred Bernard Falk, B.S., 1936 
Robert Alan Fantus, B.S., 1936 
Edward George Feldman 
Leah Fisher, B.S., 1936 



Edmund Arthur Flexman, A.B., 

Carthage College, 193 1 
Richard George Fort, B.S., 1936 
Isadore Friedman, B.S., 1936 
Jack Friedman, B.S., 1936 
Leonard David Friedman, B.S., 1936 
Rose Fromm, B.S., 1936 
Richard Lawrence Fruin, B.S., 1936 
Samuel Theodore Gerber, B.S., 1936 
George Augustine Coder, B.S., 1936 
Robert Maurice Goldstein, Ph.B., 

University of Chicago, 1932 
Ralph Gradman, B.S., 1936, with 

Honors 
Adeline S. Greenberg, B.S., 1936 
Gus Devatenos Gregory 
Marvin Grubman, B.S., 1936, with 

Honors 
Emil Gutman, B.S., Battle Creek 

College, 1933 
Dominic Joseph Haftkowski, B.S., 

1936 
Earl Douglas Hamilton, B.S., 1936 
Irving Handwerger, B.S., 1936 
Martin Franklin Hanson, B.S., 1936 
Robert Dean Hart, B.S., 1937 
Jack Tilden Haskins, B.S., 1936 
James Charles Havranek, B.S., 1936 
Rowine Mae Hayes 
Walter George Haynes 
Loring Smith Helfrich, B.S., Knox 

College, 1932 
Cecilia Marian Hellrung, A.B., 1935 
Harold Herron, B.S., 1936 
Milton Herzberg, B.S., 1936 
Louis Joseph Hlavacek, B.S., Lewis 

Institute, 1930 
Moris Horwitz, B.S., 1936 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June lo, IQ^8 



39 



Wayne Cox Howard, B.S., 1934 

Edward Pace Irons 

Robert Joseph Jensik, B.S., 1936, 

with Honors 
Herman Toffe, B.S., 1936 
Jerome Kaiser, B.S., 1936 
Karlton H Libert Kemp 

WlLLARD Z. KeRMAN, B.S., I936 

Max Edward Klein, B.S., 1937 

Meyer Kruglick, B.S., 1936 

Edward Howard Lambert, B.S., 1936, 

with High Honors 
Louis Sanford Lapid, B.S., 1936 
Sydney Alexander Lerner, B.S., 1936 
Carleton Walter Leverenz, Ph.G., 

1925 
Jack Levin, B.S., 1937 
Jerome Jack Lubin, B.S., 1936 
Louis ^Ialow, B.S., 1936 
Gerald Joseph Menaker, B.S., 1936 
Russell John AIerret 
Ben'Jamin Samltel IMeyer, Ph.B., 

L'niversitj' of Chicago, 1931, with 

Honors 
Herbert Samuel AIiller, B.S., 1936 
Bernard Edward Moisant, B.S., 1936 
George Ensley Moore, A.B., Illinois 

College, 1934; B.S., 1936 
George Edward AIorgan 
Edward Joseph Nagoda, B.S., 1938 
Harry DeWitt Nesmith, B.S., 1937 
Henry Joseph Nowak, B.S., Lewis 

Institute, 1934 
John William O'Connor 
Stanley William Olson, B.S., 

Wheaton College, 1934, with High 

Honors 
George Joseph O'Neil 
Maurice David Pearlman, B.S., 1936, 

with Honors 
Wesley Eugene Peltzer, B.S., 1937 
Clifford Henry Peters, B.S., 1937 
Lawrence William Peterson, B.S., 

1936 
Antonie Shirley Petkus, B.S., 1937 
Harry Nick Petrakos, B.S., 1936 
William Nelson Piper, Jr., B.S., 1936 
Kenneth Lewis Pistorius, B.S., 1936 
Franklin Fred Premuda, A.B., 1931 
Louis Robert Prucher 
John Compton Purvey 
William Henry Requarth 
Marion Masters Ricketts, Jr., B.S., 

1936 



Morris M. Rosenthal, B.S., 1936 
Harold Jerome Rothenberg, B.S., 1936 
Oscar Rushakoff, B.S., 1936 
Robert Emerson Ryde 
Andrew A. Sandor, B.S., University 

of Chicago, 1934 
William Farthing Sargent 
Bernard J. Schaffer 
Merle Harold Schwartz, A. B., 

Bluffton College, 1933 
John Wesley Sheagren, B.S., 1936 
Myer Shulman 
Frederick Gleadall Simpson, B.S., 

1936 
Fannie Finkelstein Skolnik, B.S., 

1936, with Honors 
Lester Lawrence Smith, A.B., 

Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1934 
Milton Jerome Sneider, B.S., 1936 
Samuel B. Spira, B.S., 1935 
Henry Fred Steinbock, B.S., 1936 
Joseph Francis Steininger, B.S., 1936 
Charles Henry Stubenrauch, Jr., 

B.S., 1936, with High Honors 
Albert Frederick Roy Swatek, B.S., 

1936 
Caesar Sweitzer, B.S., Northwestern 

University, 1931 
Sydney William Tauber, B.S., 1936 
Jack Taylor 

Sidney Merrill Tepper, B.S., 1936 
Annette Viola Tesarik, B.S., 1936 
John Vernon Thompson, B.S., 1936 
George Frederick von Asch, B.S., 

1936, with Honors 
Merrill Weinert Wagner 
John Keay Wallace, II, B.S., 1936 
Jacob Walter, B.S., 1936 
Arnold Harris Warshell, B.S., 1936 
Benjamin Abra Weinberg, B.S., 1936 
Roy Cyril Weinstein, B.S., 1936 
Jerome Weintraub 
Charles Gilbert Weissman, B.S., 

1936 
George Joseph Wienman, B.S., 1936 
Fred Miller Williams, B.S., 1936 
Irwin Fox Williger, B.S., 1936 
ScoTTiE Jackson Wilson, B.S., 1934 
Kenneth John Winters, A.B., 

University of Dubuque, 1934 
Bernard Yaffe 
Warren Ashley Yemm, B.S., 1936 



The Degree of Bachelor of Medicine 



Frederick Le Roy Eagleston, Jr., 

B.S., 1937 
Alfred Stuart Ehrlich, B.S., 1936 



Robert Clarence Hecker, B.S., 1936 

Nicholas Victor Iuppa 

Frank Louis Jedlicka, B.S., 1936 



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Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June lo, ipj8 



Roy Lee Patterson 
Henry Ricewasser, A.B., B.S., 1934, 
1936 



George Norman Waniata, B.S., 

Armour Institute of Technology, 
193 1 



The College of Dentistry 
The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Dentistry 



George Paul Branscum 
Vernon Thomas Deutschman 
George Walter Dittmar, Jr., A.B., 

Dartmouth College, 1936 
Milton Goldsmith 
William M. Gray 
Wayne Stanley Grissom 
Charles George Maurice 
Mitchell Joseph Nowak 



John Patella 

Jack Rosen 

Henry Schnitman, A.B., New York 

University, 1937 
Henry Harold Seifer 
Daniel H. Spector 
Kenneth Clinton Washburn 
Morris Weingarten 



The Degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery 



Elliott William Alpern, B.S., 1936 
Paul Bostian, A.B., North Central 

College, 1934 
Russell Lawrence Carter, B.S., 1936 
Andrew B. Cohen, B.S., 1936 
Milton Baer Engel, with Honors 
Perry Erlitz 
Stanley J. Flachner, A.B., Catawba 

College, 1934; B.S., 1936 
Paul Gechman, B.S., 1936 
William Joseph Gibbs, B.S., 1937 
Salvatore Griffo, B.S., 1937 
Walter Hoeksema 
Harry Alex Karczewski, B.S., 1936 



Nathan Sydney Knoll, B.S., College 

of the City of New York, 1933 
Henry Harold Leib, B.S., 1936 
Louis Levine, A.B., New York 

University, 1934 
Alfred Nelson Mortensen 
Edward Harry Ragan, B.S., 1936 
Robert Roy Rubin, B.S., 1936 
Clarence L. Schneider, B.S., 1936 
Daniel H. Spector 
Harry Spodak, B.S., 1936 
Harvey Allen Tanner, B.S., 1936 
AIoRRis Weingarten 
Philip Wesoke, B.S., 1936 
Jack Ziment, 13. S., 1936 



The College of Pharmacy 
The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Pharmacy 



Henry Becker 

Martin Begun, with Honors 

John Angelo Boffa 

Habry G. Brown 

Harry James Connors 

Edward John Damer 

Dave Finkel 

Robert Frank Fitzgerald 

Samuel Joseph Fredson 

Alvin Joseph Frosh 

Herbert Robert Ginsburg, with 

Honors 
David Orland Hamilton, B.S., 

Monmouth College, 1934 
Marshall Vaughn Hart 



Joseph Benedict Jancauskas, Jr., 

with High Honors 
Stephany Lucille Kanapackis 
Benjamin J. Kaplan 
Herman Katz 
Walter Andrew Kopec 
Alphonse Joseph Koval 
Victor Yngve Lindblade 
Elton Mather 
Joseph John Mazonas 
Henry Newland 
Adeline Niedly 
Adalbert Joseph Pleshar 
Martha Helen Pruszynski, with 

Honors 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June lo, ig^S 4i_ 

Marie Emily Raispis Isabella Antoinette Vaisvil 

Henry Joseph Romanski Sidney Harold Veaco, Jr., with 

Frank Michael Sagona Honors 

Alfred Daniel Schiff Vernon Francis Warhanik 

HvMAN Shipkin Philip Warsaw 

Sister Mary Carl Marty, with Woodrow Wilson Webb 

Honors Frank Widen 

George Skembare Isadore Jack Yablonsky, with Honors 

Udi Joseph Sloan Charles Yallof 

Ralph Dale Sparks Sidney H. Zeitlin 
Henry Suss 

The Graduate School 

The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

In Pharmacology 

Virgil Arnett Gant, B.S., ]\I.S., 1921, 1932. Lead poisoning in human beings. 
Roy Kenneth Snyder, B.S., M.S., B.S., 1929, 1934, 1935. The chemistry and 
pharmacology of the sohible constituents o£ ampul glass. 

In Physiological Chemistry 
Cecil Claude Harvey, B.S., University of Louisville, 1929; M.S., University 
of Chicago, 1931. The effect of intravenous injection of crystallized squash 
seed globulin on the excretion of the squash seed globulin and blood pro- 
teins in the urine. 

In Psychology 

Ralph Phillip Darling, A.B., A.jNL, 1932, 1933. Autonomic action in relation 
to personality traits of children in a behavior clinic. 

The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Psychology 
Elsa Hortense Romyn Barber, A.B., University of South Africa, 1921 

The Degree of Master of Science 

In Bacteriology 

Mary Louise Brown, A.B., 1935 

John Wesley Elam, Jr., B.S., Lewis Institute, 1934; B.S., 1937 

In Dental Pathology and Therapeutics 
Marshall Frederick Grunwald, B.S., D.D.S., 1933, 1935 

In Medicine 

Robert Joseph Jensik, B.S., 1936 

Robert Alister McGuigan, B.S., Northwestern University, 1932; M.D., McGill 

University, 1937 
]\L.\URiCE D.-\vid Pearlman, B.S., 1936 

In Orthodontia 
Wade Richard Plater, D.D.S., 1924 



42 Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June lo, ip^8 

In Orthopaedics 
Claude Needham Lambert, A.B., University of Utah, 1924; M.D., University 
of Chicago, 1928 

In Pathology 

BuDD Clarke Corbus, Jr., A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1929; B.M., M.D., 
Louisiana State University, 1936, 1937 

In Pediatrics 
Charles Henry Stubenrauch, Jr., B.S., 1936 

In Pharmacology 
LoRiNG Smith Helfrich, B.S., Knox College, 1932 

In Physiological Chemistry 
Edward Charles Wach, Ph.G., D.D.S., 1917, 1923 

In Physiology 
Edward Howard Lambert, B.S., 1936 

In Psychiatry 
Israel Ronald Sonenthal, B.S., M.D., Northwestern University, 1932, 1935 



Degrees Conferred Since the Last 
Commencement 



Conferred in August and October, 1937, 
and in February, ips8 



The Graduate School 

The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 
Conferred in February, ig^S 

In Botany 
Cornelius Herman Muller, A.B., A.M., University of Texas, 1932, 1933. Re- 
lations of the vegetation and climatic types in Nuevo Leon, Mexico. 

In Chemistry 
Howard Charles Black, A.B., DePauw University, 1934; A.M., 1935. The 

metabolic significance of histidine and arginine. 
Ben Thoburn Briggs, A.B., Willamette University, 1934. The reaction between 

atomic oxygen and nitric oxide. 
John Charles Cowan, A.B., 1934. I. Reactions of gamma-bromopropylamines. 

n. Structure of vinyl polymers. 
Siegfried Theodore Gross, A.B., Colorado College, I933 ; M.S., California 

Institute of Technology, 1935. X-ray studies of a polycomponent system. 
Robert Edwin Henry, B.S., Monmouth College, 1932; M.S., 1934. The ap- 
plication of enzymes to the improvement of artichoke sirup. 
Allene Rosalind Jeanes, A.B., Baylor University, 1928; A.M., University of 

California, 1929. The addition of sodium to phenanthrene. 
N. Cyril Schieltz, B.Ch.E., Marquette University, 1932. X-ray diffraction 

studies of lead compounds with special reference to the lead-acid storage 

battery. 
Horace Marion Tenney, B.S., Greenville College, 193 1 ; M.S., 1935. A study 

of the surface ionization of potassium. 
Glenn Edgar Ullyot, B.Ch., University of Minnesota, 1933; M.S., 1935- The 

methylation of w-cyanoacetomesitylene. 

In Classics 
Theodore Henry Erck, A.B., A.M., University of Nebraska, 1930, 1931. An- 
onymi Byzantini peri Strategikes. 

In Economics 

Joseph Ackerman, B.S., M.S., 1929, 1930. Factors influencing farm lending ex- 
perience in Coles and the six adjoining counties, Illinois, 1917-1933. 

Harry Weeer Heckman, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1929; M.S., 1932. 
The changes in the workmen's compensation laws in the United States, 
1930-1936, and the effects upon workers. 

Trimble Raymond Hedges, B.S., Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical Col- 
lege, 1928; M.S., 1933. Quality-price relationships of cotton at local markets 
in Oklahoma. 

43 



44 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

Bruce Robert Morris, A.B., Western Reserve University, 1931 ; A.M., Ohio 

State University, 1932. The economics of the special taxation of chain 

stores. 
Richards Clinton Osborn, A.B., Stanford University, 1930; A.M., University 

of Southern California, 1933. Developments in state control of public 

utilities since 1930. 
George Albert Steiner, B.S.C, Temple University, 1933 ; A.M., University of 

Pennsylvania, 1934. The tax system and industrial development. 
Merle Clark Turney, B.S., M.S., 1932, 1934. The rationalization of electricity 

supply in the United States. 

In Engineering 

BuRNHAM William King, Jr., B.S., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1931 ; 
M.S., Ohio State University, 1933. The opacity of sheet iron cover enamels. 

In English 

Lester Charles Dolk, A.B., DePauw University, 1927 ; A.M., 1929. The 
aesthetics of John Ruskin in relation to the aesthetics of the Romantic Era. 

Marian Jane Downey, A.B., Wheaton College, 1923 ; A.M., 1930. Studies in 
Charlotte Bronte. 

Royal Alfred Gettmann, A.B., Earlham College, 1925 ; A.M., Haverford 
College, 1926. Turgenev in England and America. 

In Entomology 

John Frederick Alsterlund, A.B., M.S., 1932, 1934. Temperature, humidity 
and respiratory metabolism as factors in the nicotine fumigation of the 
black chrysanthemum aphid. 

In German 

Uland Everett Fehlau, Graduate, Concordia Seminary, 1932; A.M., Indiana 
University, 1934. Adalbert Stifter's Weltanschanimg as reflected by his 
language. 

Klasine Elisabeth von Westen, A.B., Morningside College, 1930; A.M., Uni- 
versity of Nebraska, 1933. Die Klage im neueren deutschen Volkslied. 

In History 

Martin Paul Claussen, A.B., A.M., 1934, 1935. The United States and Great 
Britain, 1861-1865: Peace factors in international relations. 

In Mathematics 

Donald Meeker Brown, A.B., A.M., 1930, 1932. Arithmetics of rational general- 
ized quaternion division algebras. 

Marvin G. Moore, A.B., University of Arkansas, 1931 ; A.M., 1932. On ex- 
pansions in series of exponential functions. 

David Leon Netzorg, A.B., University of Michigan, 1933; A.A-I., Princeton 
University, 1935. Mechanical quadrature formulas and the distribution of 
zeros of orthogonal polynomials. 

Robert Weir Rempfer, A.B., University of South Dakota, 1933; A.M., North- 
western University, 1934. Space Cremona groups of transformations of 
planar type. 

In Psychology 

Charles Heath Bumstead, A.B., A.M., 1932, 1933. Annoyances as determi- 
nants of buying behavior in the case of automobiles. 

In Romance Languages 

John Herbert Utley, A.B., Indiana University, 1926; A.M., 1931. Jeronimo 
de Alcala Yanez y Rivera: Alonso, Mozo de muchos amos. A critical 
edition. 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 45 

In Zoology 

Harland Burr Roney, B.S., 1933. The effect of temperature and light on oxygen 
consumption and rate of development of Helisoma. 

The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Accountancy 
George Meehax Hittler, A.B., Hanover College, 1926 (October) 

In Botany 

Phoebe Johnson Arden, A.B., 1936 (February) 

William Everett Cunningham, B.S., University of Chicago, 1934 (August) 

Flossie Thelma AIarshall, A.B., 1929 (February) 

In Chemistry 

Charles Lolts Binder, A.B., Elmhurst College, 1925 (August) 
Lyle Benjamin Borst, A.B., 1936 (August) 

In Classics 

Robert Earl Trobaugh, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1931 (August) 

In Economics 

Robert Harold Classon, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 (October) 

Peter Masiko, Jr., A.B., Lehigh University, 1936 (August) 

Charles William Morris, A.B., 1935 (August) 

John Reid Taylor, A.B., West Virginia University, 1936 (October) 

In Education 

Frederick Henry Abell, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1929 (October) 

Lillian Viola Arends, B.S., 1925 (August) 

Melvin Charles Baker, A.B., 1932 (August) 

Gladys Fern Bane, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1925 (October) 

Carl William Baylor, B.S., 1933 (October) 

Charles John Bednar, A.B., Knox College, 1929 (August) 

Gertrud Agnes Biedermann, A.B., Carthage College, 1922 (February) 

Byron Pearce Blackard, B.Mus., 1930 (October) 

Anna Lois Bottenfield, A.B., 1930 (October) 

Edwin McDonald Brigham, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1926 (October) 

Vernon Edward Broadhead, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 

1932 (February) 

David Ernest Brown, A.B., Eureka College, 1930 (February) 

Roye Roosevelt Bryant, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1930 (August) 
Clara Edna Bullock, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1922 (February) 
George Edward Burow, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1931 (October) 
Robert Guy Buzzard, B.S., M.S., University of Chicago, 1916, 1917; Ph.D., 

Clark University, 1925 (February) 
Cephas Eugene Carveth, A.B., James Millikin Universitj^ 1936 (August) 
Jessie Mabel Cline, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1921 (February) 
William I. DeWees, B.S., 1925 (August) 
Ann Elizabeth Driscoll, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 

1930 (October) 
Maurice Everett Foreman, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 

1927 (October) 
Arthut? Cecil Forster, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1923 

(August) 



46 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

Robert Caldwell Grant, B.S., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1934 (August) 

Louise Dorothy Haack, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1933 (August) 

Jonas Charles Hall, A.B., Hanover College, 1927 (October) 

Charlotte Anita Hatch, B.S., 1935 (February) 

DwiGHT Kenneth Howell, B.S., 1929 (October) 

Millard Hector Huffman, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1925 

(February) 
John Robert Ivers, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1931 

(October) 
Martha May James, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1912 (October) 
James Burris Johnson, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 

(August) 
Warren Donald Kuster, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 

(October) 
El VET Schumard Lee, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1927 (August) 
A. Max Lollar, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1927 

(October) 
Arlyn Marks, A.B., Illinois College, 1934 (August) 

Alva W. Mead, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1932 (October) 
Charlie Johnson Moore, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1933 (October) 
Theron Vasco Morrison, A.B., Marshall College, 1929 (August) 
William Earl Musick, B.F.A., 1938 (February) 
Donald William Overbeay, A.B., Illinois College, 1932 (October) 
Wayne Lois Perry, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 

(October) 
Lawrence Wesley Pierce, A.B., Culver-Stockton College, 1930 (August) 
Paul Henderson Randolph, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1928 (October) 
Damon Dean Reach, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1934 

(August) 
John T. Redenius, A.B., Iowa State Teachers College, 1930 (August) 
Orville Howard Roll, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1923 (October) 
Charles Franklin Romanus, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1936 

(August) 
Perle Fredrick Shafer, B.S., University of Iowa, 1926 (October) 
George Buren Shive, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1928 

(October) 
Gladys Olivia Smith, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1928 

(October) 
David Macaulay Stroup, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1930 (October) 
Harry Emil Test, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1929 

(August) 
Robert Williams, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1934 

(August) 
James P. Willis, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1931 

(August) 
Robert Louis Yates, B.S., Culver-Stockton College, 1927 (October) 
Harold Kent Yerkes, A.B., McKendree College, 1930 (August) 

In English 

Josephine Allen, A.B., 1929 (August) 

Anita Hart Bergren, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1926 (October) 
John Conrad Bushman, A.B., 1936 (October) 
Margaret Alice Clark, A.B., Park College, 1930 (August) 
Nathaniel H. Cohen, A.B., 1935 (February) 
Arleen Marie Green Fry, A.B., 1928 (October) 
Eleanor Hafer Hartley, B.S., 193 1 (August) 
Dayne Harrison Kennedy, A.B., 1932 (October) 

Margaret Elizabeth Leak, A.B., Central Normal College (Indiana), 1934 
(February) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 47 

Kenneth Harrison Lovett, A.B., Wabash College, 1926 (October) 

Don Walter Osborne, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1936 (August) 

Ethel Alice Ragland, A.B., 1929 (October) 

Jesse Paul Reed, A.B., 1936 (October) 

Hugh Williams Sargent, A.B., Shurtlet? College, 1936 (October) 

Elver August Schroeder, A.B., Elmhurst College, 1934 (August) 

Dorothy Helen Shinoske, A.B., James Alillikin University, 1932 (October) 

Sister Mary Naomi Bussey, A.B., University of Iowa, 1919 (October) 

Sister AIary Xavier Graham, A.B., Rosary College, 1927 (October) 

Margaret Louise Wixsom, A.B., Indiana State Teachers College, 1935 (October) 

In Geology and Geography 
Emilie Huck, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1931 (August) 

In German 

John Porter Robertson, A.B., University of Pittsburgh, 1934 (October) 
GuENTER George Schmalz, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1935 

(October) 
Marjorie Elizabeth Wackerle, A.B., MacMurray College, 1936 (August) 

In History 

Dorothy Marie Bash, B.S., 1929 (October) 

James Harrison Cherry, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1932 

(October) 
Grett.\ Lee Elliott, B.S., 1935 (October) 
Patrick William Farney, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1932 

(August) 
Norma Floyd, B.S., 1936 (October) 

Lester Gail Gilliem, A.B., Greenville College, 1933 (August) 
Welker William Henderson, A.B., 1933 (October) 
Georgene Elizabeth Larson, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1933 

(February) 
Fred Vincent Mayhl^e, B.S., 1929 (October) 
William Bruce AIunson, A.B., 1936 (August) 

Margaret Isabelle Noble, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1929 (August) 
Ivan Luther Rehn, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1935 (October) 
AI.a.cR.\e Darwin Shannon, B.S., 1933 (October) 

Sister Mary Lucia Gilbertson, A.B., Rosary College, 1926 (October) 
Frances Helen Trost, A.B., 1914 (October) 
John Shup Wright, A.B., 1931 (October) 

G.\iL Eugenia Yost, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1926 (October) 
D.\LLAS M. Young, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1936 

(August) 

In Library Science 

Emily Owen Garnett, A.B., Texas Christian University, 1931 ; B.S.(Lib.), 

1935 (August) 
Henrietta Howell, A.B., University of Kentucky, 1929; B.S.(Lib.), 1930 

(October) 
Annabel Lucile Smith, B.S., Kansas State Teachers College (Emporia), 1923; 

B.S.(Lib.), 1931 (February) 
Helen Stewart, A.B., Grinnell College, 1915; B.S.(Lib.), 1928 (October) 
Edla Charlotte Wahlin, A.B., Bethany College, 1913 ; B.S.(Lib.), 1929 

(August) 
Wayne Stewart Yenawine, B.S., Washington University, 1933; B.S. (Lib.), 

1934 (February) 

In Mathematics 

R.A.YM0ND RoY Crum, A.B., Illinois College, 1936 (August) 

Robert Oliver Finley, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1936 
(August) 



48 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

Walter Arthur Heath, A.B., 1923 (August) 

George Henry Johnson, A.B., Illinois College, 1930 (August) 

Joseph Stephen Kirk, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1932 

(October) 
Clara Whitfield Mason, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1928 

(October) 
Mardelle Newsom, A.B., Wheaton College, 1932 (October) 
Rupert Maurice Price, B.S., Eureka College, 1927 (October) 
Oral Maye Robbins, B.Ed., Milwaukee State Teachers College, 1931 (February) 
Clyta Mary Schmidt, A.B., MacMurray College, 1929 (August) 
Muriel Claire Shepperd, A.B., Hastings College, 1914 (October) 
Sister Mary Agnella Gavin, A.B., Rosary College, 1931 (August) 
Sister Mary Alexandree Christie, A.B., Rosary College, 1925 (October) 
Sister Mary Magdalen O'Leary, Ph.B., Creighton University, 1928 (October) 
David Wright Starr, A.B., Southern Methodist University, 1933 (August) 
Martha Pauline Walker, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1925 

(October) 

In Philosophy 
Bernice Brinkema Ennis, A.B., 1936 (February) 

In Physics 

Emmeth August Luebke, A.B., Ripon College, 1936 (February) 
Herbert Arnold Nye, A.B., Allegheny College, 1936 (February) 
William Lockwood Parker, A.B., Reed College, 1936 (February) 
Raymond Carl Westphal, A.B., Ripon College, 1936 (February) 

In Political Science 
Claude Walton Blakey, Jr., B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1937 (February) 
Helen Louise Collins, B.S., 1936 (August) 
Earl Thomas Hanson, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 

(August) 
Arthur Rudolph Wildhagen, B.S., 1933 (August) 
Chi-tao Woo, A.B., Fuh Tan University, 1936 (February) 
Bak-pang Young, LL.B., Fuh Tan University, 1936 (February) 

In Psychology 

Julius Wanser Hill, A.B., Johnson C. Smith University, 1932 (October) 
Pearl Rebecca Miller, A.B., 1935 (October) 

In Romance Languages 

Thelma Ruth Carrell, A.B., Eureka College, 1935 (August) 

Renato Ignacio Rosaldo y Hernandez, A.B., 1936 (August) 

Edith Marie Shuck, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1924 (August) 

Dorothy Lou Sprague, A.B., Beloit College, 1920 (August) 

Eloise Mills Spurlock, B.S., 1932 (October) 

Hazel Thornton, B.S., 1937 (February) 

Jess Charles Vernon Wagus, A.B., James Millikin University, 1933 (August) 

Claire Louise Weber, B.S., 1936 (August) 

Betty Louise Zwolanek, A.B., Rockford College, 1936 (February) 

In Sociology 

AuRELio Eugene Florio, B.S., 1934 (Augiist) 

John Roy Leevy, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1926; 

B.S., A.M., 1930, 1933 (February) 
Annabelle Scrogin, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1936 (October) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 49 



In Zoology 
William Ernest DeTurk, A.B., 1937 (February) 
Alice Elinor Savage, A.B., 1924 (October) 
Arnold Larson Soderwall, A.B., Linfield College, 1936 (October) 

The Degree of Master of Science 

In Accountancy 

Maxwell Ben Cogburn, B.S., University of Florida, 1934 (October) 

Raymond Einhorn, B.S., University of Florida, 1935 (October) 

Lyle Rich Huff, B.S., 1032 (August) 

Harvey Price Kesler, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1931 (August) 

KuTE Liu, A.B., Tsing Hua University, 1934 (February) 

Leland Albert Meyer, B.S., 1929 (October) 

Kenneth Lee Smith, B.S., 1927 (August) 

William Edgar Thomas, Jr., B.S., Monmouth College, 1936 (August) 

Joseph John Zborxik, B.S., 1933 (October) 

In Agricultural Economics 
David Alvin Burgoyne, B.S., Utah State Agricultural College, 1919 (October) 
ToHN Lemley Liles, Jr., B.S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1936 (October) 
Paul Sinclair McCom.\s, B.S., University of Kentucky, 1936 (October) 
WiLFORD Herman Rohlfs, B.S., Michigan State College, 1932 (October) 
George Hays Walter, B.S., 1937 (February) 

In Agronomy 
Sherman Russell Dickman, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1936 (August) 
Irwin Raymond Hoener, B.S., 1936 (October) 
Robert Burns Musgrave, B.S., 1936 (February) 

In Animal Husbandry , 

Arthur Edison Cullison, B.S., 1936 (October) 
Emory Grant Holt, B.S., 1931 (October) 

In Architectural Engineering 
Ting-Tsung Wang, B.S., Chiao Tung University, 1935; B.S., 1937 (February) 

In Bacteriology 

Bernadine Hagan, B.S., Eureka College, 1936 (August) 

Thomas Henry Lord, B.S., Massachusetts State College, 1936 (February) 

Georgia Pitner, A.B., 1936 (August) 

John Russel Storey, A.B., Illinois College, 1930 (October) 

Ernest Maynard Weber, A.B., 1936 (February) 

In Botany 
Howard Joe Stevenson, B.S., Monmouth College, 1932 (August) 

In Chemistry 

Harry Carroll Becker, B.S., 1936 (August) 

Lawrence Alvin Bedford, B.Ch.E., Ohio State Universitj', 1935 (February) 

Joseph Arthur Bergantz, B.S., University of Tennessee, 1934 (October) 

Emil Frederick Blase, B.S., 1936 (October) 

Deane Roy Ebey, B.S., University of Denver, 1936 (February) 

Richard Samut;l Egly, B.S., Purdue University, 1936 (February) 

Hamilton Rodell Fishback, B.S., 1936 (October) 



50 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

Frank Benjamin Folckemer, B.S., 1936 (February) 

JxjLius Jacob Gouza, B.S., University of Michigan, 1935 (August) 

Philip Handler, B.S., College of the City of New York, 1936 (August) 

Howard Lee Hartman, B.S., Kansas State College, 1936 (February) 

Alan Unger Hershey, B.S., New York University, 1936 (February) 

Jacob Kleinberg, B.S., Randolph-AIacon College, 1934 (October) 

Guy Sheridan Krummel, B.S., 1929 (August) 

Peter Charles Markunas, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1934 (August) 

John Arthur McIlroy, B.S., Indiana University, 1936 (October) 

Max Best Mueller, A.B., 1936 (October) 

John David Oathout, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1935 

(August) 
Frederic William Ring, B.S., University of Chattanooga, 1936 (October) 
Jay Ruffner Schenck, B.S., 1936 (August) 
Harry Hall Sisler, B.S., Ohio State University, 1936 (August) 
Francis James Sprules, A.B., University of Toronto, 1936 (August) 
Collin Sherman Wilcox, A.B., 192S (October) 
John Macready Yancey, B.S., McGill University, 1935 (October) 

In Civil Engineering 

Scott Burkhardt, B.S., Oregon State College, 1933 (February) 
Ihsan Ahmet Erdal, B.S., Robert College, 1935 (February) 
TiEA Shu, B.S., Fuh Tan University, 1936 (October) 

In Dairy Husbandry 

William Howard Brown, B.S., Iowa State College, 1935 (October) 
Hiram Pierson Smith, B.S., Ohio State University, 1936 (October) 
Wilmer Ray Smittle, B.S., Kansas State College of Agriculture and Applied 
Science, 1936 (October) 

In Economics 

Ira Martin Hess, B.S., Northern Normal and Industrial School, 1931 (February) 
Elva Winifred Martin, B.S., 1930 (October) 

In Education 

William Elbridge Baird, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1935 (August) 
Donald Hiser Berst, B.S., Missouri State Teachers College, 1927 (October) 
Zae Paul Birkhead, A.B., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 (October) 
Floyd Edward Brett, B.S., 1933 (October) 
John Oscar Clemens, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 

(October) 
Amos Coleman, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 (October) 
John William Collins, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1930 

(August) 
Glenn LaCroix Dare, B.S., 1931 (October) 

Thomas Leo Dodd, Sr., Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1932 (August) 
Eugene Carl Eckert, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 

(August) 
Ralph Elder Elliot, B.S., 1927 (February) 
Elmer Edward Fischer, B.S., Eureka College, 1932 (August) 
Alva Lester Fry, B.S., 1931 (October) 
Clinton Carson Green, B.S., 1934 (August) 
Clayton Major Hadley, B.S., 1930 (October) 

Ora Evans Harness, B.S., Ball State Teachers College, 1931 (October) 
AusBY Elmore Hendy, B.S., 1934 (October) 
Vynce Albert Hines, B.S., 1933 (August) 
Aubrey James Holmes, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1935 

(August) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 5£ 



Jesse Cliffton Honn, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1927 

(February) 
Anna Marie Hooper, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1927 (August) 
Elmer A. Jensen, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1923 (February) 
Adolph Edward Katra, Ph.C, B.S., 1930, 1936 (October) 
Augusta Klontz, B.S., 1933 (August) 

William Albert Knoop, Jr., B.S., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1929 (August) 
Cecil Harold Lanham, B.S., 1932, 1935 (October) 
Aaron Hawthorne Lauchner, B.S., 1934 (August) 

DoRRis Louise Lee, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1935 (October) 
John Penick Liggett, B.S., 1933 (October) 
Rosalie Olive Lilly, B.S., 1929 (August) 

Hamilton Sterling Littlepage, B.S., Eureka College, 1924 (October) 
Herbert Porter McConnell, B.S., 192S (October) 
Robert Leaton 2vIcConnell, B.S., 1927 (August) 

Paul Wilbar McFarland, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1924 (August) 
Sterling Lionel AIoak, B.S., Knox College, 1929 (October) 
Harry Edgar Mueller, B.S., IMcKendree College, 1926 (October) 
Robert Raymond ]\Iurphy, B.S., 1933 (August) 
Dwight Lincoln Reed, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1928 

(February) 
James A. Schneider, B.S., Eureka College, 1927 (February) 
Sister M. Agnes Clare Nolan, A.B., St. Alary's College, 1930 (August) 
Albert Max Taylor, B.S., 1926 (August) 

Omer Morris Tobias, B.S., University of Missouri, 1921 (August) 
Lewis Rensselaer Toll, B.S., 1932 (August) 
Amelia Loretta Vorndran, B.S., 1934 (August) 
John B. Wathen, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1931 

(August) 
Mervel Arewine Willett, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1934 

(August) 
John Henry Windom, B.S., 1932 (October) 
Clark E. Youmans, B.S., 1933 (October) 

In Electrical Engineering 
Laurence Lewis Smith, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1927 (August) 

In Entomology 
Ruth Evelyn Slabaugh, A.B., Manchester College, 1934 (October) 

In Geology and Geography 
Ralph Samlt:l Harris, B.S., 1933 (August) 

In Home Economics 
Elizabeth Curts Kempster, A.B., University of Missouri, 1936 (August) 

In Horticulture 
Irving Nelson, B.S., 1927 (February) 

In Library Science 

Clara Louise Guthrie, A.B., Hastings College, 1929; B.S.(Lib.), 1932 

(February) 
Ernest Justus Scheerer, A.B., Miami University, 1926; B.S.(Lib.), 1930 

(February) 
John C.\rl Settelmayer, A.B., University of Cincinnati, 1935; B.S. (Lib.), 1935 

(August) 
Mary Lyndal Swofford, A.B., University of Oklahoma, 1922; B.S. (Lib.), 1930 

(August) 



52 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

In Mathematics 

Ray Clarence Gwillim, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1930 (October) 
Irene Violet Sullivan, B.S., 1929 (August) 

In Mining Engineering 
Charles Chilton Boley, B.S., 1935 (February) 

In Physics 

WiLLET Sidney Bradley Dean, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1930 (October) 
Everett Burton Hales, A.B., Miami University, 1936 (February) 
Elmer George Herman Kunze, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1929 (August) 
Howard Frederick Ott, B.S., Case School of Applied Science, 1936 (February) 
Frank Jewell Willig, A.B., University of Montana, 1936 (August) 

In Psychology 
Harold Oliver Gwillim, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1930 (August) 

In Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 
Stanley Douglas Gralak, Jr., B.S., 1936 (August) 

In Zoology 

Margaret Bernice Hinshaw, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1926 

(October) 
David Richard Lincicome, B.S., 1937 (August) 

Hugo Lindquist, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1928 (October) 
Mildred Parizek, B.S., 1932 (October) 

Donald Joseph Plunkett, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1929 (October) 
James Styche Tucker, A.B., Southeast Missouri State Teachers College, 1932 

(August) 

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 
The Degree of Bachelor of Arts 

In Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Vincentia Carmela Aliotta Donald Bernard Cook (August) 

(February) Celeste Ann Crist (February) 

George Gilbert Ashwell, with Honors Duane Austin Cullinan (October) 

in Philosophy (February) Muriel Hollister Day (August) 

Eugene Franklin Bandy, Jr. Dorine Louise Diehl (February) 

(February) Jack Wybrant Durant (October) 

Doris Bartelt (February) William Gertus Ellsberry (August) 

Robert Louis Beer (February) Julius Epstein (October) 

Erling Rudolph Berg (August) Virginia Frances Anne Fairfield 
MoE Bergman (October) (August) 

Robert Richard Boyle (February) Robert Whitman Fluegge (August) 

Robert David Brodt (February) Virginia Elizabeth Foster (August) 

Herbert Marshall Carson Donald Wilbert Franklin (October) 

(February) Carl Vincent Galaway (February) 

Margaret Catherine Clancy Olga Mathilda Gawlowicz (August) 

(October) Gus Greanias (February) 

Norman David Coggeshall (October) William Philip Hart, Jr. (October) 

Betty Ann Coningham (February) LeRoy Wuxley Hayman (August) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 



53 



Allan Ross Hendricks (February) 
Edythe Heyman (February) 
Francis Patrick Higgins (August) 
Charles Elmer Holley, Jr., with 

Honors in Chemistry (August) 
Margaret Michaele Johns, with 

High Honors in Political Science 

(February) 
John Miguel Jones (October) 
Walter A. Kassly (February) 
Herman Levin (February) 
Gertrude L. Lieberman (October) 
Bernard William Litven (October) 
Richard Frederick Lorenz (October) 
Gayle W. DuBois Madden 

(February) 
Jane Madden (February) 
Charles William AIakare 

(February) 
Catherine ^Iargaret Malloy 

(October) 
Owen Joseph McCarthy (October) 
Lloyd Milton McClure (February) 
Charles Rockwell McCreight 

(August) 
Russell Baldwin Nelson (October) 
John Joseph O'Connell (August) 
Vincent O'Malley, Jr. (February) 
Ada Overstreet (February) 
Robinson Clark Overton (August) 

HORTENSIO ESTIOKO PaTACSIL 

(August) 
Anne ^^Lmue Querl (February) 
Ruth Vandervoort Reddish 

(February) 
Albert Jay Roberts, Jr. (February) 



Otho Morgan Robinson (October) 
Ruthia Bessie Ruff (February) 
Frank Everett Sandford (August) 
Robert Harris Saunders (August) 
Bobbye Marie Schmidt, with Honors 

in Political Science (February) 
Robert Willard Schwartz 

(February) 
Harriet Maurine Self (February) 
Naida Jane Myers Seright 

(February) 
Edward John Shambaugh (February) 
Edith Muriel Shepherd (October) 
Arthur Porteus Simpson, Jr. 

(February) 
Howard Milton Sprague (February) 
Mary Irene Srill (February) 
Mary Hoyt Stoddard (October) 
Addison Elbridge Storey (February) 
Thomas Archibald Street (October) 
John Christy Sutter (February) 
Lois Donaldson Tamme (February) 
Dorothy Letitia Taylor (August) 
Morris William Thompson 

(February) 
William George Vanc (February) 
Mary Blanche Wand (August) 
Paula Weeks, with Highest Honors 

in Zoology (February) 
Pauline Blossom Weltman 

(February) 
Julian Paul Wilamoski (February) 
Ancel Marion Willey (October) 
Henry Mason Wilson, Jr. (October) 
Wallace Roscoe Winkler (October) 
George Albert Wyeth (October) 



The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Dexter Lloyd Balterman (February) 
Frank Chapman Bellrose 

(February) 
Arthur Esche Berngen (February) 
Louis Richard Bloom (February) 
Henry Richard Brzenk (February) 
Charles Herbert Clemen sen 

(August) 
James William Fitzsimons 

(October) 
Jerome Goldman (February) 
Paul David Edward Hartzell 

(February) 
William Edwin Morris (February) 



Albert Elmer Pacini (February) 

Ralph Henry Plumlee, with High 
Honors in Chemistry (February) 

Garland Tavener Riegel, with High- 
est Honors in Entomology 
(February) 

Carl Frederick Schmidt (August) 

Charles Franklin Singer 
(February) 

William Augustus Tanner 
(February) 

Leslie Harold Warshell (October) 

Hymen Wexler (February) 



In Chemical Engineering 

Ralph Hayward Engstrom (October) John William Pyle, with Highest 
Elmer William Field (February) Honors (February) 

Harlan Gillett Hastert (February) 



54 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

In Chemistry 

Harry Braus (February) William Marion Spurgeon 

Carl Arthur Harman (August) (February) 

John August Means (August) Joseph Anthony Srebalus 

Orlin Leslie Norder (October) (February) 

Richard Newton Roerig (August) 

In Home Economics 

Dorothy Eloise Henry (August) Herta Suzanne Breiter (February) 

Lucretia Annette Stevens 
(February) 

The College of Commerce and Business 
Administration 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Accountancy 
Paul Randolph Bateman (August) Paul Cecil Hohenstein, with Honors 
Robert William Cook (August) (February) 

n .^^^^ T\^,. ^^ rr\ .. u \ Edward Christopher Lechner 

Garret Dekker (October) ('August') 

Hans Ratus Fadum (February) William Emerson Sauder (August) 

Victor Harold Hinze (October) Carl Dwight Wilfong (August) 

In Banking and Finance 

Jackson Oliver Bisson (August) Clyde Langston Eaton (February) 

Ross Edward Clark (February) James Willard Hill (October) 

In Commerce and Law 

Lawrence Thompson Allen, Jr. Jack Joseph Reardon (August) 

(October) Rodney Armstrong Scott (August) 

Robert George Day (February) 

In Foreign Commerce 
Joseph Bert McWilliams (October) 

In General Business 

Jack O. Anderson (February) James Allan McBride (February) 

Allen Robert Bennett (February) AIax J. McCollough (February) 

Daniel Putnam Brown (February) June Elizabeth ]\Ierrill (February) 

Harold Leroy Budde (February) George Modjeska, Tr. (February) 

Florence Mae Casto (August) Peter Anthony Nepote (February) 

Robert Harry Chapman (February) Henry Aaron Nymeyer (February) 

Russell Searcy Cullison (February) Edward Joseph Skarda, Jr. 
Richard Gwynne Dusky (October) (February) 

Robert Hampton Erd (February) Mary Margaret Smith (October) 

Charles Dale Firebaugh (February) Warren Holway Smith (February) 

Hugh Franklin Fowler (October) Austin Carpenter Smithers 
John William Guthrie, Jr. (August) (October) 

Lois Anne Hackmann (February) William Taylor Stitt (February) 

Edward Walter Jobst (February) Walter Edwin Swanson, Jr. 
Leon Lawhead (February) (February) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 55 

Lee Fr.\nklyn Swartz (February) Alvin Carl Wienold (August) 

Russell Harry Thompson, with Paul Douglass Wilson (February) 

Honors (February) Henry Alexander Wright 
William Van Dyke (October) (February) 

Algird James Vitkus (August) 

In Industrial Administration 

Robert Ernest Doherty, Jr. Robert Carl Roos (February) 

(February) John Kemper Rouge (August) 

Allen Julius Gugler (February) William Earle Threlkeld (August) 

Richard Wells Norton (October) James Thomas Townsell (February) 
Frank Pakutinsky (August) 



The College of Engineering 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Ceramic Engineering 

Merlin Hardy Whitehead 
(February) 

In Civil Engineering 

Virgil Bernard Ferguson (February) Lawrence Rogers Marcus, with 
Henry Goodman Grier (February) Honors (February) 

Gregory ^^IcDonald Hebert Vernon Glenn Rathsam (February) 

(February) Carl Rohde, with Honors (February) 

'. _ •^'^ ^^ ,„ . . Louis Schiff (February) 

W.^TER Edward Hein (February) ^^^^ D^^j^ Williams (February) 

Albert A. Krivo (February) Robert Zaborowski, with High 
Bernt Oscar Larson (February) Honors (February) 

In Electrical Engineering 

Robert Garnett Clay (February) Joseph Schaefer (February) 

Charles Gage Fiske (February) Clarence Erwin Van Slyck 

Rozell R. Nesbitt (February) (February) 

In Engineering 
Robert Henry Zimmer (February) 

In Engineering Physics 
George Wilbur James (October) 

In Mechanical Engineering 

Frederick Andrew Ackermann Thomas Stevenson Johansen 

(February) (February) 

Howard Cress Bell (February) Lyle John Kramer (February) 

Ar^r-r,^ TD^.,„^,, (^ ^, ^ ^ , . ^. / 1^ * V \ DuNCAN Chambers Milner 

Albert Rohrer Coleman (October) /u u \ 

T >r u /r^ ; u N (February) 

James Miller Houck (October) Richard Otto Stack (February) 

Robert William Hursh (October) Jerry Ferdinand Valek (February) 



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Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 



The College of Agriculture 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Agriculture 



Clarence Eugene Akin (February) 
John Clarke Anderson (February) 
Ronald Eugene Anderson, with 

Honors (February) 
John Montgomery Andrews 

(February) 
Ray Dyer Ashton (February) 
Ralph Curvella Broom (February) 
Frank Lawerence Brown 

(February) 
John Hall Childress (October) 
John Harrison Churchill (August) 
Earl Frederick Crouse, with Fligh 

Honors (February) 
Paul Vernon Curtis (February) 
George Harrison Ennis (February) 
Harvey William Garrison (August) 
Euell Edward Greer (February) 

In Home 

Burnice Gertrude Adams (October) 
Mae Louise Perisho Baldridge 

(February) 
Ruth Alice Bergquist (August) 
Margaret Lee Bines, with Honors 

(February) 
Ida Mary Budd (August) 
Jane Louise Gordon, with Honors 

(February) 



George Leonard Johnson, with High 

Honors (February) 
Ulysses Grant Kinsey (February) 
John Emmett Layden (August) 
Rodney Lockhart (February) 
Wendell Wayne Longworth 

(February) 
Edwin Keith McGuire (August) 
Samuel Stuart Montooth (August) 
Charles Maurice Parker (February) 
Freddie Alfred Reinhart (February) 
Claude Albert Rittmeyer (October) 
Ralph Emerson Schmidt (October) 
James Allen Stokes (February) 
Kenneth Fr.'^nklin Veech 

(February) 
WiNFiELD Scott Weaver (February) 



Economics 

Nancy Elizabeth Grosboll 

(February) 
Genevieve Margaret Hays (October) 
Mildred Louise Lusk (February) 
Beula Vera McKey, with Honors 

(February) 
Catherine Elizabeth Riggs 

(October) 
Henrietta Jean Saltsman 

(February) 



The College of Education 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Education 



George Washington Anderson 

(October) 
Cassius Armstrong (August) 
Austin Frederick Ashbaugh 

(August) 
Virgil Herbert Bancroft (February) 
William Francis Bealer (October) 
Maudie Madelyn Bell (February) 
LiLLiE Elsie Carveth (October) 
Geraldine Fern Cloud (October) 
Homer Theodore Cole (February) 
Mary Louise Conway (October) 
Marie Christine Crewell (August) 
Marjorie Esther Crewell (August) 
Wallace Jackson Cross, Jr. 

(February) 



Sherwood Preston Cummings 

(February) 
Helen Doblinsky (February) 
Eva Louise Dunn (August) 
Maxine Evans (February) 
Wanda Mondronia Fatheree 

(October) 
Helen Louise Fennell (October) 
Quinton William Foutch (October) 
Rosalyn Gendler (February) 
Erwin William Goessling 

(February) 
Bruce Grant (October) 
Mary Driscoll Gwyn (October) 
Edward Conrad Hansen (October) 
Alvin Floyd Hill (October) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 



57 



Mary Theodora Holty (August) 
Paul Jowett Horn (October) 
Jeannette Louis Jobusch (August) 
Frederica Elsie Jones (August) 
Mary' Bernice Kaericher, with 

Honors in Education (October) 
Ernest Raymond Koss (February) 
Robert William Layer, Jr. 

(February) 
Gretchen Fern Lee (February) 
Howard Donald Lee (October) 
Amanda Clark Little (August) 
Richard Lubben (February) 
^L\rian ^L■\NCHESTER (February) 
NoLA Bernice ALa.rtin (October) 
Lewis Baltzell ^L\y'hevv (February) 
AIargaret Esther IMercer (August) 
June Mershimer (February) 
Esther ]\L\rion Mies (October) 
IvA Irma Miller (February) 
Helen Ford Morton (August) 
A'iolet Holsinger ^Iueller (October) 
Mabel Elizabeth Nelson (February) 
^L\RJORIE Marie Olsson (October) 
Calvin Weir Pettit (February) 
Gladys Hale Pollard (October) 
E\'ELYN Ferne Ragland (August) 



Houston Reed (August) 
Charlotte Henrietta Romanus 

(October) 
Alene Emily Ruyle (February) 
Robert Wendell Ryder (February) 
AIargaret Dorothy' Schock (October) 
Hilda Seltzer (October) 
Ardeth Ernestine Short (October) 
Theodore Edward Sieminski 

(August) 
Sister Martina Margaret Meister 

(October) 
Sister AL-xry Aquin Conley 

(October) 
Sister I\Iary Joanna Ryan (October) 
Sister AIary Theodore Thein 

(October) 
Robert Twining Stickler (October) 
Richard Paul Stone (February) 
Beulah Wishart Swengel (October) 
John Edgar Tilton (February) 
William Hearst Tweedy (February) 
]\Iary Natalie Van Steenberg 

(October) 
Dorothy Jane Woda (August) 
Jessie Esther Wood (February) 
Margaret Ann Zoller (February) 



In Home Economics Education 



Howard Everett Geib (October) 



Gwendolyn Frances Hammer 
(October) 



In Industrial Education 



Benjamin Thomas Baird, Jr. 
(February) 



Kenneth William Barnes 

(February) 
Leo C. Montgomery (October) 



The College of Fine and Applied Arts 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Architectural Engineering 
David Benton Runnells (February) 

In Architecture 
Frank Albert Szilvasy (October) Philip Trutter (February) 



In Music Education 



Zelma Virginia Cunningham 

(October) 
Florence Rogers Davis, with Honors 

(August) 
Glleert Eugene Froman (August) 



Evelyn Hershey (October) 
Rachel L. Smith, with Honors 

(October) 
Alene Rose Strouss (August) 



58 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 



The Degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts 



In Art Education 



Margaret Genevieve Rink 
(February) 



Sister M. Amanda Flannery, with 
Honors (August) 



In Landscape Architecture 



James Wilfred Reid (February) 
Edv^^ard William Tabaka (August) 



Ruth Dickey White (October) 



In Painting 



Elizabeth Isenbarger, with Honors 

(February) 
John Wallace Miles (August) 



William E. Musick (February) 
Leslie Neff Roberts (February) 
Eileen Cecilia Stigall (August) 



The Degree of Bachelor of Music 



Mary Eliza Mills (October) 



Abe Angelo Parotti (August) 



The College of Law 



The Degree of 

Gary Ann Bechly, A.B., 1936 

(February) 
Leonard Garriere, A.B., 1937 

(February) 
Robert Holland Ghase, B.S., 1936 

(February) 
Joseph Walter Gorazza, A.B., 1933 

(February) 
Allen Alexander Freeman, A.B., 

1936 (February) 
Alfred Dwight Huston, B.S., A.M., 

1929, 1931 (February) 
Robert Sims Hutchens, B.S., 1936 

(February) 
Jackson Rawlings Hutton 

(February) 
John Kenneth Johnson, B.S., 

Northwestern University, 1934 

(August) 

The Degree of Doctor of Law 

LiNDSEY Raymond Jeanblanc, A.B., 
1935. with Honors (August) 



Bachelor of Laws 

Leonard Wallace Lundin, A.B., 1932 

(August) 
Bernard George Maxwell, A.B., 1936 

(August) 
Albert Wesley A^cGallister, B.S., 

1936 (February) 
Harry Meirken, A.B., 1935 (August) 
Marshall Evans Miller, A.B., 1935 

(October) 
Benny Naurich, A.B., 1936 

(February) 
Harold Himmel Velde, B.S., 1931 

(October) 
Max L. Weinberg, A.B., 1931 

(February) 
Mortimer Delno Wilber, B.S., 1933 

(August) 



The School of Journalism 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Journalism 



Walter Cherry Barnes (February) 
Joseph Thomas Clancy (February) 
Robert Williams De Wolf, with 

Honors (February) 
Edward Francis Dykstra (February) 
Robert Ogden Good (February) 
Charlotte Louise Gueltig (August) 



John Robert Gutgsell (February) 
Arthur Roe Loomis (February) 
Robert Merrick Mitchell (February) 
John Robert Reynolds (October) 
John Phillippe Rickey (February) 
Robert Callen Russell (February) 
Vahe Zorthian (August) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 59 

The School of Physical Education 
The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Physical Education 

Franxis Robert Caxtwell (August) Ellsworth Howard Furguson 
Helene E. Dudek (August) (October) 

The Library School 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Library Science 

Irene Carlon Bridges, B.S., Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, 

1933 (August) 
George Berdine Brown, B.S., 1936 (August) 
Paul Jeax Burnette, A.B., Simpson College, 1929; M.S., Northwestern 

University, 1935 (August) 
AxxE L. Corbitt, A.B., Upper Iowa University, 1921 ; A.M., Columbia University, 

1923 (August) 
John Wilfred Creager, A.B., Defiance College, 1929 (August) 
Louise Dunc.\n, A.B., Monmouth College, 1931 (August) 
Edith Paltlixe Duxlavy, A.B., DePauw University, 1929 (August) 
Myrtle Goodwix Ellis, A.B., Lawrence College, 1927 (August) 
Leoxora Irexe Engle, A.B., Drake University, 1923 (August) 
Doris Fleming, A.B., University of Arkansas, 1935 (August) 
Beryl Tottex G.^laway, A.B., Illinois College, 192S, with Honors (August) 
Ethel Grace Harrod, A.B., Northwestern University, 1930 (August) 
CoRixxE Elizabeth Henderson, A.B., Monmouth College, 1925 (August) 
Mary Herzog, A.B., 1936 (October) 
Willard Roy Holleman, B.S., Oklahoma Agricultural and ]!\Iechanical College, 

1929 (August) 
Kathryx Fraxces Kleinschmidt, A.B., Carroll College, 1927, with High Honors 

(August) 
Alice Mary Loher, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1928, with Honors (August) 
Bexthal Maxie McCollum, A.B., 1931 (October) 
Grace Elizabeth Mitchell, A.B., Indiana University, 1932 (August) 
Robert McDaniel Orr, A.B., 1935 (August) 
Chula Margaret Remington, B.Ed., Wisconsin State Teachers College (Eau 

Claire), 1932 (August) 
Irma May Riegel, A.B., Dickinson College, 1921, with Honors (August) 
Ruth Roberts, A.B., Southwest Texas State Teachers College, 1927 (August) 
Sylvia Hardixg Shaver, B.S., George Peabody College for Teachers, 1936 

(August) 

The College of Medicine 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Medicine 

Tack Mark Bailis (October) Michael Joseph Campbell 
John William B.^llou (February) (February) 

Floyd Samuel Barrixger (February) Stephen Matthew Chasten 
Raymond Emanuel Benson (October) 

(October) Arnold Melvin Cohn (October) 

Theodore Wallingford Brown David Thomas Curtis (October) 

(October) James Cone Fash (October) 



6o 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 



CoYE Carlton Mason (October) 
Delbert Wesley McKinney 

(October) 
Jack William Millis (February) 
Edward Joseph Nagoda (February) 
Wesley Eugene Peltzer (October) 
Antonie Shirley Petkus (October) 
Robert Dixon Roane (October) 



William Elles Russell (October) 
Herman C. Sprecher (October) 
George Edward Twente (October) 
Roger Alan Van Atta (October) 
Anita Varraveto (October) 
LeRoy Eugene Walter (February) 
Irving Weissman (February) 
Evelyn Witthoff (October) 



The Degree of Bachelor of Medicine 

George Bush, B.S., 1937 (February) 
Mitchell Louis Frank, B.S., 1937 

(February) 
Vincent James Greco, M.D., 1936 

(October) 



Anthony Edward Sukis, M.D., 1937 

(October) 
David Wassermann, B.S., 1935 

(October) 



The Degree of Doctor of Medicine 

Harrie Pond Altman, Jr. (July i, 1937) 

Herbert Jack Apfelberg, B.S., 1934 (June 15, 1937) 

George Harold Ashline, A.B., B.S., 1931, 1934 (September 30, 1937) 

Meyer Backer, Ph.C., B.S., 1932, 1934 (September 30, 1937) 

Milton Charles Baumann, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Arthur Berman (July i, 1937) 

Samuel Mitchell Bluefarb, B.S., 1935 (December 31, 1937) 

Harold Henry Boros, B.S., Northwestern University, 1931 ; B.M., 1936 (July i, 

1937) 

Abraham Brodsky, B.S., 1936 (July i, 1937) 

Ray Elwood Bucher (July i, 1937) 

Lester Paul Bunchman (July i, 1937) 

Samuel Burack, B.S., 1934 (September 30, 1937) 

Joseph Peter Cascino, B.S., 1934 (December 31, 1937) 

John Goolsby Cecil, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Ralph Robert Chapman, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Chester Coggeshall, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

John Lewis Cutler, B.S., B.M., 1936 (July i, 1937) 

Meyer Merle Cutler, B.S., 1935 (June 15, 1937) 

DuANE Delbert Darling, B.S., University of Chicago, 1930, with Honors 
(July I, 1937) 

Sydney Alfred Diamond, B.S., University of Chicago, 1931 (July i, 1937) 

Howard Ellsworth Dorton, B.S., 1934, with Honors (July i, 1937) 

Corinne Schenck Eddy, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1919; B.M., 1936 (Aug- 
ust 31, 1937) 

Benjamin Einhorn, B.S., B.M., 1923, 1936 (July i, 1937) 

Irving Favus, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Paul Edward Feldman, B.S., University of Chicago, 1931 (July i, 1937) 

Robert Vernon Ferrell, B.S., 1936 (July i, 1937) 

Joseph Henry Filip, B.S., 1934 (December 31, 1937) 

Jack Finkelstein, B.S., 1934 (December 31, 1937) 

Jacob C. Fleischer, B.S., Northwestern University, 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Leona Rosemary Fordon, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Harold S. Friedman, B.S., Northwestern University, 1931 (July i, 1937) 

Eugene Warren Gessler, B.S., 1935 (July i, 1937) 

Alfred Josef Goldyne, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Joseph Robert Goran (July i, 1937) 

Orville Eugene Gordon, B.S., 1934 (December 31, 1937) 

Gasper Asa Goshgarian (June 15, 1937) 

Morris Greenberg, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Jacob Grossblat, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 6i 

Jack William Grossman, B.S., 1934 (July 31, 1937) 

Samuel Albert Gunn, B.S., 1934 (June 15, 1937) 

John Olaf Hanson, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

George Melvin Harms, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Friedy B. Heisler, B.S., 1935 (March 31, 1938) 

Wade Frederic Heritage, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1937) 

Paul Herzog, B.S., 1934 (June 15, 1937) 

Aaron Arthur Hilkevitch, B.S., University of Chicago, 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Allan Bonner Hirschtick, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Nathan Leonard Hoffenberg, B.S., 1935 (July i, 1937) 

Maurice Thomas Horsman (July i, 1937) 

Elpriede Horst, A.B., 1933 (July i, 1937) 

Harold Dale Huff, B.S., 1935 (July i, 1937) 

Kenneth Franklin Hughes, B.S., 1933 (July i, 1937) 

William Addison Hutchison (July i, 1937) 

Francis Marion Jacks, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Garland Uriah Jamison, A.B., 1931 (July i, 1937) 

Natalia Julia Janicki, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Ernest Arthur K-ahn, B.S., 1935 (July i, 1937) 

Elmer John Kalal (July i, 1937) 

John Stuart Kapernick, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Henry Kaplan, B.S., 1934 (June 15, 1937) 

Leo Abraham Kaplan (December 31, 1937) 

Selig Joel Kavka, B.S., 1934 (June 15, 1937) 

John Wesley Keyes, B.S., 1934 (August 31, 1937) 

Alfred Joseph Klein, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Ernest S. Klein (July i, 1937) 

William Philip Kleitsch, B.S., M.S., 1934, 1937 (December 31, 1937) 

CH.A.RLES Donald Krause (June 15, 1937) 

Alfred John Kreft, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Ralph Kuhlman (July i, 1937) 

Corinna Kurvinen, B.S., University of Chicago, 1924 (July i, 1937) 

Joseph Arthur Kwint, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Herman Boris Lander, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Gilbert George Lapid, B.S., 1934 (June 15, 1937) 

Harry Lasin, B.S., 1936 (July i, 1937) 

Philip Rankin Latta, B.S., 1934 (July 14, 1937) 

Fred Hunter Law^rence, A.B., B.S., 1932, 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Edwin H.\rvey Lawson, B.S., University of Chicago, 1932; B.S., 1934 (July i, 

1937) 
Arthur Bernard Levan, B.S., M.S., 1934, 1936, with Honors (December 31, 

1937) 
Louis Levin, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 
Milton Jack Levisohn, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 
Roland Marco Levisohn, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 
Samuel Liebman, B.S., M.S., 1934, 1936 (June 24, 1937) 
Daniel Lome (June i, 1938) 
Sol Ludmerer, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 
Samuel M. Marcus, B.S., 1934 (December 31, 1937) 
Lloyd Louis AIatzkin, B.S., 1934 (June 15, 1937) 
Simon Jacob Maydet, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 
Emerson King AIcVey (July i, 1937) 
Nathan Harry AIiller (July i, 1937) 
Felix Patrick Mooney (September 30, 1937) 
William CjOOdrich Motel, B.S., 1932 (July i, 1937) 
Bernard Benjamin Neuchiller, B.S., 1936 (July i, 1937) 

Everett Jacob Olenick, B.S., M.S., 1934, 1936, with Honors (December 31, 1937) 
Edward Palmer, Ph.B., DePaul University, 1928 (July i, 1937) 
Leonard Peal (December 31, 1937) 
Arthur Karl Peterson, B.S., University of Chicago, 1932 (June 15, 1937) 



62 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

Theodore Algird Poska, B.S., University of Chicago, 1932 (July 22, 1937) 

Fred August Quenzer, B.S., 1935 (June 6, 1937) 

Samuel S. Reinglass, B.S., 1935 (December 31, 1937) 

Oliver Vernon Renaud, B.S., 1934 (December 31, 1937) 

Stanley Everett Robinson (July i, 1937) 

IsADORE Irving Rosen, B.S., 1930 (July 22, 1937) 

Herbert Edgar Rubin, B.S., Northwestern University, 1932 (July i, 1937) 

Preston Walker Sawyer, B.S., 1934 (June 15, 1937) 

Louis Schlan, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Samuel Louis Schreiber, Ph.C, B.S., 1928, 1934 (December 31, 1937) 

Joseph Schwartz, B.S., Northwestern University, 1932 (July i, 1937) 

Harry M. Segenreich, B.S., University of Chicago, 1930 (September 30, 1937) 

Arthur Louis Shapiro, B.S., 1934 (June 15, 1937) 

Irene Shmigelski (July i, 1937) 

David B. Silbert (July i, 1937) 

Adam Slaw, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

John Wallace Stastny, B.S., University of Chicago, 1931 (July i, 1937) 

David William Steinberg, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Harold Steinberg (July i, 1937) 

Hyman Sydney Steinberg, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

David Henry Stern, B.S., 1936 (July i, 1937) 

Anthony Edward Sukis (July i, 1937) 

John Richard Taylor, B.S., B.M:., 1935, 1936 (September 30, 1937) 

Stanley Edward Telser, A.B., 1932 (December 31, 1937) 

Ira Tresley, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Jay Donald Trotter (July i, 1937) 

Hymen Leon Udesky, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Chester Wade, B.S., M.S., 1934, 1936 (July i, 1937) 

William Stanley Walsh, B.S., 1935 (July i, 1937) 

Joseph Eugene Walton, B.S., 1936 (June 28, 1937) 

Milan !\Iichael Wasick, B.S., 1934 (June 15, 1937) 

Leonard Lester Weil, B.S., 1936 (July i, 1937) 

Jack Weinberg (July i, 1937) 

Ross Russell Weller, A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1932 (July i, 1937) 

Clarence Benjamin Wyngarden, B.S., Wheaton College, 1932 (July i, 1937) 

Francis Joseph Young, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Joseph Johanan Young, B.S., 1934 (June 15, 1937) 

Tommy Richard Young, A.B., B.S., 1932, 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Mary Zeldes, A.B., Knox College, 1932 (July i, 1937) 

William Bernard Zelik, B.S., 1932 (June 20, 1937) 

Sidney Edward Ziffren, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 

Raymond Dumont Zimont, B.S., 1934 (July i, 1937) 



The College of Dentistry 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Dentistry 
John Victor Borden (February) James Eugene Sayler (February) 

The Degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery 

Robert Arthur Greenberg, B.S., 1935 Harry George Leventyn, B.S., 1936 

(August) (August) 

Curt Joseph Gronner, B.S., 1935 Raymond A. Winder, B.S., 1936 

(August) (August) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 63 

The College of Pharmacy 
The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Pharmacy 

Helen AIarcia Krupinski (February) Bernard Irving Seamans (February) 
Nathan Pickman (February) James Willard Taylor (February) 

Joseph Rimkus (February) 



The Graduate School 

(DEGREES CONFERRED IN CHICAGO) 

The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

In Bacteriology 

G. Howard (}o\ven, B.S., M.D., Northwestern University, 1926; AI.S., 1933. 
Analysis and appraisal of public health department of LaSalle, Peru, and 
Oglesby. (February) 

The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Psychology 

Roberta Parkinson Foster, A.B., Wellesley College, 1935 (October) 
Milton Lambert Phillips, A.B., Stanford University, 1936 (October) 

The Degree of Master of Science 

In Bacteriology 

Emily Reynolds Jones, B.S., 1936 (February) 

Elladeane Korando Shoop, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 
1926 (February) 

In Juvenile Behavior 

Frances Crandell Perce, A.B., Smith College, 1928 (February) 

In Medicine 
Louis Robert Limarzi, B.S., M.D., 1928, 1931 (February) 

In Obstetrics and Gynecology 
David Wassermann, B.S., 1935 (October) 

In Pathology 
Abraham Izzak Jackman, B.S., 1935 (October) 

In Pediatrics 

Benjamin Morris Gasul, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1922; M.D., Rush 
Medical College, 1925 (October) 



64 Degrees Co nferred Since Last Commencement 

In Pharmacology 
Elmer Guenther King, B.S., 1936 (February) 

In Surgery 

John Talbot Gernon, B.S., M.D., 1927, 1929 (October) 
Robert Earl Reagan, B.S., M.D., 1928, 1930 (October) 



Military Commissions 

Second Lieutenants, Officers' Reserve Corps, United States Army 
Presented in May, 1938 



Field Artillery 



Barton- Ormsbee Baker* 

Harold Eugene Bell* 

Joseph John Bristow* 

Winston Edward Bullington* 

Edward Longfellow Burge* 

Bernard Warner Burns* 

Edward James Callahan* 

Gilbert Fisher Campbell* 

WooDROw Wilson Carpenter 

Russell Donald Cook* 

Robert Fauster Decker* 

Lewis George Fauble* 

Richard B. Fay* 

Howard Hamilton Gasaway* 

^IiCHAEL Daniel Giokaris* 

Samuel Wahl Hays* 

Homer Theron Heape* 

Stanley William Henderson, Jr.* 

Abraham Lincoln Herm* 

John Kenton Hester* 

Lawrence Edgar Heyenga 

Clinton Rolland Hummer 

Roy Iverson, Jr.* 

Robert Loren Johnson* 

Philip Lincoln Keister* 

Ch.a.rles Frederic Kell* 

Fred Vinton Koepke* 

Pete Paul Krivisky* 

John Arthur L.\mb* 

Dwight William Langham* 



Donald Elmo Larimore* 
Rex Herschel Light* 
James Henry Lloyd, Jr. 
William Webber Locke* 
Richard Lubben* 
Jack Franklin Marr* 
LeRoy William McDonald* 
John William McGinnis* 
Charles Richard Melvin* 
Howard Arthur Messman 
MacPherson AIorgan* 
Norman Alan Perry* 
Robert Lewis Plunk, Jr.* 
Henry Louis Radi* 
Eugene Hamilton Rennick, Jr. 
Lee Acheson Rodgers* 
Carl Rohde* 

Wesley Earl Rutherford, Jr.* 
Richard C. Ryniker* 
Allen Victor Sapora* 
Walter Oscar Seabury, Jr.* 
Grover Edward Shipton* 
Dorice Dwight Shumway* 
Roy Wilson Taylor* 
George Cambridge Tompkins* 
Floyd Traynham, Jr. 
PoRTUs M. Wheeler, Jr.* 
Charles Marshall Wilson* 
Fred Wright* 



Cavalry 



Francis Woodrow Adams* 

William Robert Arnold* 

Joseph John Baratta* 

Dexter Raymond Barrett* 

James Earle Bickerton* 

John Leslie Black* 

Sterling Anderson Blackstone* 

Joseph Anthony Brown* 

Wallace McMurray Burroughs, Jr.* 

Robert Bordner Campbell 

George Victor Carracio* 

Loren Roger Carrier 

Joe Violet Crabtree* 

Gordon George DeLaRonde 

Edward Oxley Elliott* 

Edmund Jerome Fruin* 

Raymond Keith Gallagher* 

John Andrew George* 

Verne James Hampton* 



Raymond Gilmore Kent* 
Boris Yvon Kutner* 
Clark Raymond Larson* 
Clyde Edwards McBride, Jr. 
Philip Moskowitz* 
Thomas Peter Moundres* 
Joseph John Nepote 
Tabor Robert Novak* 
Lloyd Frederic Oleson* 
Van Robison Parker* 
Cecil Melvin Pifer* 
Thomas Lee Ridge 
Robert William Sapora* 
Arthur Kempter Shaver* 
Lou Ray S pence* 
Lynn Gordon Thompson 
Junius Prentice Whitehurst* 
William Joseph Wright* 



'Recommended for Commissions as Brevet Captains in the Illinois National Guard. 

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Military Commissions 



Coast Artillery 



Raymond Julius Alberts* 
Perry Wayne Beal 
Theodore Hubert Bray* 
Samuel Lowell Buddemeier* 
Robert Hamill Clements 
Lloyd Grant Cochran* 
Rex John Cunningham* 
Gerald Wayne Davis* 
Verle Goodwin Dollahan* 
Richard Fleming Havell* 
Gerald Walker Heath* 
Richard Adam Herm* 
Edward Carl Heubach 
Robert William Hufford* 
Dean Russell Keating* 
Thomas Bernard Kirkpatrick* 
Frank Oliver McLeish* 



William Glen Meade* 
Elmer Allen Neely 
Kenneth Quentin Paddock* 
David Campbell Player* 
Edwin Charles Herman Ploetz* 
Robert Dean Postlewaite* 
Kenneth Barnett Powless* 
Norman Franklin Rewoldt* 
George Frederick Roberts 
Glenn Shaffer* 
Irving Bob Skolnik* 
Francis Edward Swartz, Jr. 
Louis David VanMullem* 
Richard Battson Walker* 
Franklin Andrew Werner* 
Joseph Wendell Zimmerman* 
John William Zschoche 



Engineers 



Maurice Valentine Adams* 
Harold Edwin Arnold* 
Arnold William Asman* 
Harry Walter Atkinson* 
Donald Arthur Bassett* 
Richard Ora Beitel* 
John David Dayton 
Carroll Hilton Dunn* 
John Milton Ericson* 
Charles Don Fahrnkopf 
Glenn R. Fouts, Jr. 
Harold Everett Goeke* 
Fenton C. Heninger, Jr.* 
Edward Huston Holt 
Rudolph John Houkal, Jr.* 
Warren Raymond Johnson 



James Lloyd Anderson* 
Wyett Harrison Colclasure 
Charles Addison Duncan 
Miles Schmid Duwe* 
Paul Henry Fackler 
Wendell Leroy Farris* 
Edward Dean Grimes* 
Terry Charles Gueltig* 
Daniel Ralph Iannella* 
Carl Eldon Kelly* 



Jonathan McMillan Askew* 
Daniel Koelsch Chinlund* 
James Henry Davitt* 



Leland James McCleish* 
John Clark McKibbin* 
John Ger.\ld Moore* 
Alfred Magill Nelson* 
Paul Arthur Nilsson* 
Robert Dale Rodwell 
Stanley William Ryden* 
Millard Walter Schroeder 
Benedict Thomas Schwar* 
Thomas Jefferson Scott, Jr.* 
Raymond Dee Stephens* 
Walker Gerhard Stone* 
John Battista Vernetti* 
James Fred White 
Charles Elmer Wright* 



Infantry 



Lyle Donald Kerley* 

Warren Darrell Lewis* 

John Albert Lippold* 

William Robert Nealson 

Thomas Gerald Pearse, Jr.* 

Lynn W. Renne* 

Warren Preston Stockwell* 

Guy M. Villars 

Charles Dennis Wagner* 



Signal Corps 

Fred Adair Linn* 
Dale Howard Shick 
Francis Marion Whitaker* 



Chemical Warfare 



William Alvin Ackerman* 



Joseph Marion Ciskowski* 



'Recommended for Commissions as Brevet Captains in the Illinois National Guard. 



Military Commissions 



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Charles Luster Badger* 
George Leonard Johnson 



Richard Henry Becker* 



Herman O. Smith, Jr. 



Morris Ulysses Fritz* 
Xelwin Cleatis Grimm* 



Presented in February, ips^ 

Field Artillery 

Russell Julius Keeler* 



George Sterba, Jr.* 

Cavalry 

Stuart Burdette Nordquist 

Coast Artillery 



Engineers 

Bernt Oscar Larson 



Signal Corps 
William Reul Fahnestock 

* Recommended for Commissions as Brevet Captains in the Illinois National Guard. 



Prizes and Awards 

Colleges and Schools at Urbana 



Allerton American Traveling 

Scholarships in Architecture 

Alexander Kouzmanoff 
Ronald Milton Porteous 

Alpha Chi Sigma Plaque in 
Chemistry 
Wendell August Landmann 

Alpha Rho Chi Medal in 
Architecture 

Bernard Holmes Bradley 

Alpha Zeta Cup in Agriculture 

Harry Joseph Plonsky 

American Institute of Architects 
Medal 
Donald Philip Stevens, First 
Harold Russell Ekroth, Second 

American Legion Auxiliary 
Awards 
Georc.e Dodge Walraven 
Francis Stuart Staley 

American Legion Medals 

Robert Condit Ingalls, Field 

Artillery 
Frank Jacob Schaefer, Cavalry 
Richard Glenn Gordley, Coast 

Artillery 
George Robert Avery, Engineers 
Richard Thomas Dunn, Infantry 
James Frueh Tracy, Signal Corps 

American Society of Civil 
Engineers Award 
Central Illinois Section: 
James Mueller Robertson 
Robert Zaborowski 
Fred James Kile 

Illinois Section: 
Harold Everett Goeke 

American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers Prize 
Carroll Hilton Dunn 

Baker Prizes in Civil Engineering 
Robert Zaborowski, First 
James IVFueller Robertson, Second 



Beta Gamma Sigma Prize in 
Commerce 
Mildred Grace Shear 

Bivin Foundation Prize 
in Mental Hygiene 

Joseph Cyrus Rheingold, First 
Mrs. Dorothy Grace Loeb, Second 

Burkan Memorial Prize in Law 
Arthur David Young 

Cavalry Medal 
George Raymond Dunn 

Chi Omega Prize in Sociology 
Margaret Rosa Kunz 

Thomas Arkle Clark ( Phi Eta 
Sigma) Scholarship Prize 
Richard James Burke 

Daughters of the American 
Revolution Saber 
George Dodge Walraven 

Delta Theta Epsilon Trophy in 
Physical Education 
Frank Ellwood Bell 

English Poetry Prize 
Lois Beatrice Widger 

Field Artillery Trophies (Connor 
Cups) 

Harold Eugene Hill, Freshman 
Walter Thomas Morey, Sophomore 
James Darwin Lierman, Junior 

Gamma Sigma Delta Prize in 
Agriculture 
Leslie William White 

Grand Army Memorial Saber 
Edward Smith Fraser, Jr. 

Guild Memorial Prize in 
Playwriting 
James Olvan Morgan 



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Prices and Atvards 



69 



Marker Prizes in Law 

W'lLLARD LeLAND EcKHAKOT 

(Senior, igsy) 
Dean Smith McGaughey 
(Junior, 1937) 

Hazelton Medals in Military 
Science 

EnMUND Louis DuBois, First 
Richard Henry Michaelsen, 
Second 

Highway Prize (Illinois Associa- 
tion of County Superintend- 
ents of Highways) 
Martin John Goers 

Home Economics Club Cup 
Elizabeth Virginia Tarr 

Intercollegiate Conference Medal 
for Excellence in Scholarship 
and Athletics 
Allen Victor Sapora 

Iota Sigma Pi Prize in Chemistry 

Mary Hunter Owens 
Jean AIcPherson 

Kappa Delta Pi Award in 
Education 
Joseph Patrick AIcMenamin 

Kate Neal Kinley Memorial 

Fellowship in the Fine Arts 
Robert Bush Little 

Omega Beta Pi Prize in Pre- 
Medical Work 

Charles Henry Cress 
Harl Wood ^^Iatheson 
William Arthur Guyton 

Omicron Nu Plaque in Home 
Economics 
Ruth Elizabeth Robb 

Pershing Rifles Award 
Edward Smith Eraser, Jr. 

Phalanx Awards 

Robert Stevens Black, Field 

Artillery 
DuANE FLT.TZ, Cavalry 



Edmund Louis UuBois, Coast 

Artillery 
Richard Henry Miciiaei.sen, 

Engineers 
Robert Hughes McCarthy, 

Infantry 
Elton William Berry, Signal 

Corps 

Phi Beta Kappa Prize 

Wayland Bert CEOARyuisT 
Edna Agnes Coard 

Phi Chi Theta Key in Commerce 

June Eileen Hall 

Phi Kappa Phi Graduate 
Scholarship 

Wayland Bert Cedarquist 

Phi Kappa Phi (Sparks 
Memorial) Fellowship 

Charlotte Hughes Johnston 

Pi Alpha Xi Shield in 
Floriculture 
Harry Charles Kohl, Jr. 

Plym Fellowship in Architecture 

Jedd S. Reisner 

Plym Foreign Scholarship in 
Architectural Engineering 
David Benton Runnells 

Plym Prizes in Architectural 
Engineering 
Fred James Kile, First 
Harold Edward Weber, Second 
Walker Gerhard Stone, Third 

Plym Prize for Sketch Problems 
Lambert James Soucek 

Plym Prize for Summer Sketches 
Charles Madison Pulley 

Ricker Prizes in the History of 
Architecture 

Alexander Kouzmanoff, First 
Albert Hans Nemoede, Second 
Leonard Max Schober, Third 
OcTAvio AuGUSTO Mendez, Fourth 

Rome Prize in Architecture 
Competitors 
Bernard Holmes Bradley 
Eugene F. H. Stoyke 
Raymond Stuermer 



Prizes and Awards 



Ryerson Fellowship Competitors 

In Architecture: 
Howard William Frank 
E^ONALD Philip Stevens 

In Landscape Architecture: 
Wiley Thomas Jones 
Robert Merrill O'Donnell 

Ryerson Traveling Fellowship in 
Architecture 
Howard William Frank 

Scarab Medals 

In Architectural Engineering: 
Richard Burdette Williams 

In Architecture: 
Rosemary Temple (Junior) 
Ralph Elbert Myers (Sophomore) 

In Landscape Architecture: 
Eugene Richard Martini 

Sigma Delta Chi Scroll and Key 
for Seniors in Journalism 

Marian Burns Johnson 
Jean Elizabeth Mann 
Helen Maxine Gladding 
Grace Marion Gatewood 
Barbara Diehl 
Alice Lucile Pitts 
Elsie Margaret Mitchell 
Shirley Lillian Goodman 
Roy Wilson Taylor 



Sigma Delta Kappa Cup in Law 

Edcar Ellsworth Barton 

Signal Corps Medals and Insignia 

Frank Wallace Smith, Freshman 
John Christian Haugeland, 

Sophomore 
William Edward Schreiber, Junior 

Smeaton Award ( Illinois Concrete 
Pipe Association) 

Harry Walter Atkinson 

Spanish War Veterans Auxiliary 
Award 
George Robert Avery 

Thrift Essay Prize 
Harold Richard Clark 

University Gold Medal in 
Military Science 

Walter Thomas Morey, First 
George Robert Avery, Second 

University Landscape Architec- 
ture Society Prize 

Wiley Thomas Jones 



Colleges in Chicago 



Alpha Omega Alpha Members in 
the Fourth-Year Class of the 
College of Medicine 

Harry E. Barnett 

Jack E. Brooks 

Bernard Isadore Coopersmith 

Isadore Friedman 

Ralph Gradman 

Marvin Grubman 

Robert Joseph Jensik 

Edward Howard Lambert 

Louis Sanford Lapid 

Benjamin Samuel Meyer 

Stanley William Olson 

Maurice David Pearlman 

William Henry Requarth 

Oscar Rushakoff 

Fannie Finkelstein Skolnik 

Charles Henry Stubenrauch, Jr. 

Albert Roy Frederick Swatek 

George Frederick von Asch 



Samuel L. Antonow Prize in 
Pharmacy 
Sister Mary Carl Marty 

William Beaumont Prize in 
Medicine 

Alexander John Nedzel 

Certificate of Merit of the Ameri- 
can Society for the Promo- 
tion of Dentistry for Children 
Louis Levine 

Herman Elich Prize in Chemistry 

Martin Begun 

William Gray Prize in Pharmacy 
WooDROw Wilson Webb 

Hodel-Saltiel-Hodel Prize in 
Pharmacy 
Joseph Benedict Jancauskas, Jr. 



Prizes and Awards 



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Omicron Kappa Upsilon Member- 
ship Awards in Dentistry 

Milton Baer Engel 
Harry Alex Karczewski 
Nathan Sydney Knoll 
Alfred Nelson Mortensen 
Edward Harry Ragan 

Lee 'M. Pedigo Prize in Materia 
Medica 
Herbert Robert Ginsburg 

Alice E. Pelikan Prize in Materia 
Medica 
Martha Helen Pruszynski 



Rho Chi Prize in Pharmacy 
Sidney Harold Veaco, Jr. 

Andrew Scherer Prize in 
Pharmacy 
Sidney Harold Veaco, Jr. 

Seminar Prize in Dentistry 

Paul Bostian 
Milton Baer Engel 
Joseph James Rosenbush 
Philip Wesoke 

Sigma Xi Prize 

Milton Baer Engel 
Philip Wesoke 



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Auld Lang Syne 

Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And never brought to mind ? 

Should auld acquaintance be forgot, 
And days of auld lang syne ? 

For auld lang syne, my dear. 
For auld lang syne ; 
We'll take a cup o' kindness yet, 
For auld lang syne. 



Order of Exercises 



Commencement Procession 
Prelude 

Coronation Alarch — Crown Imperial William Walton 

Nordic March Erik Leidzen 

Excerpt from "Ein Heldenleben" Richard Strauss 

UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 
Albert Austin Harding, Director jHE LIBRARY OF THE 

JUN13 1939 
Invocation university of Illinois 

The Reverend PAUL BURT, A.M., D.D. 
Trinity Methodist Church, Urbana 

Commencement Address 

Professor JOSEPH CULLEN BLAIR, M.S., D.Sc. 
Dean of the College of Agriculture 

Interlude 

Saltarello from the "Italian" Symphony MendelssoJin 

UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 

Conferring of Degrees 

President ARTHUR CUTTS WILLARD, B.S., D.Eng., LL.D. 

Singing of "Auld Lang Syne" 

THE AUDIENCE 

Benediction 

The Reverend Dr. BURT 

Postlude 

Procession of the Nobles Rimsky-Korsakov 

UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND 



Significance of Cap Tassel Colors 

Graduate School Black 

College of Law Purple 

Library School Lemon Yellow 

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences White 

College of Commerce and Business Administration Dark Gray 

College of Engineering Orange 

College of Agriculture Maize 

College of Education Blue 

College of Fine and Applied Arts Chocolate Brown 

School of Journalism Black and White 

School of Physical Education Sage Green 



Candidates for Degrees 



The Graduate School 

The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

In Accountancy 

John Wood McMahan, B.S., M.S., 1931, 1932. The relation of the concept of 
accounting cost to accounting knowledge. 

In Botany 

Walter Howard Brown, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1932; A.M., 
1937. Plant communities of Illinois lakes. 

Phyllis Lucy Cook, B.S., M.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1934, 1936. A mor- 
phological comparison of two species of Thuja. 

In Chemistry 

Theodore LeSueltr Cairns, B.S., University of Alberta, 1936. I. Restricted 
rotation in certain 2-substituted biphenyls. II. Contribution to the structure 
of substituted cyclic imines. 

John Hitchcock Chapin, B.Chem., Cornell University, 1935. The design of a 
flash calciner for the decomposition of hydrated zinc sulphite. 

Walter Frederick Claussen, A.B., 1936. A study of the infra-red absorption 
spectra of certain organic molecules. I. Carboxylic acids. II. Glycols and 
glycol derivatives. III. Molecules exhibiting keto-enol tautomerism. 

William Richard Dial, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1936. The structure 
of gossypol. 

Lawrence Hallowell Dunlap, A.B., B.Ed., A.M., University of Missouri, 1931, 
1933. 1935- L The dimerization of 3-phenylindene. II. The polymerization 
of sulfur dioxide with olefins. 

Lowell Depp Eubank, A.B., Kansas State Teachers College, 1936. Molal polari- 
zation as a measure of association in solution. 

Wesley Orlean Fugate, B.S., Western Kentucky Teachers College, 1933. 
Bromomagnesium enolates. 

Dudley Brewer Glass, A.B., Georgetown College, 1935. I. The possible asym- 
metry of a monosubstituted cyclononane. II. A study of the urea-formalde- 
hyde condensation. 

Hugh William Gray, B.S., M.S., University of Nebraska, 1936, 1937. Acyloins 
from /^r^butylglyoxal. 

Philip Handler, B.S., College of City of New York, 1936; M.S., 1937. The 
metabolism of n-substituted amino acids. 

Alfred Anton Johnson, B.S., 1936. A study of the surface ionization of salts. 

Jacob Kleinberg, B.S., Randolph-Macon College, 1934; M.S., 1937. I. Acid 
catalysis in liquid ammonia. The influence of a-constituents on the ammonol- 
ysis of esters. II. Reactions of sulfamic acid. The use of sulfamic acid in 
the separation of the rare earths. 

Charles Louis Levesque, A.B., A.M., Dartmouth College, 1934, 1936. The struc- 
ture of vinyl polymers: The polymers of methyl vinyl ketone, a-angelica 
lactone and acrylic acid and its derivatives. 

Edward John Matson, B.S., A.B., Wheaton College, 1933; M.S., 1936. Synthesis 
in the coumaranone series. 

Robert Lee May, B.S., M.S., 1935, 1937. The use of oxyhalogen acids in volu- 
metric analysis. 



Candidates for Degrees, June 12, /pjp 



Charles Hamilton McBurney, A.B., University of Oregon, 1933 ; M.S., Oregon 
State College, 1935. I- The ortho eflfect. II. 1,2-diaroylethylene glycols. 

Victor Gerald Meadors, B.S., 1935. A study of the effect of temperature on the 
surface ionization of metals. 

Donald Burton Melville, B.S., M.S., 1936, 1937. The synthesis and metabolism 
of certain hydroxybetaines related to choline. 

Neil Sennett Moon, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1935. Structure of 
polystyrenes. 

Herbert Dawson Rhodes, B.S., M.S., University of Arizona, 1935, 1936. X-ray 
particle size determination as applied to rubber carbon blacks. 

Carl Linden Rollinson, B.S., University of Michigan, 1933. Studies in the 
chromammines. 

James Halverson Sample, B.S., Elmhurst College, 1935; M.S., 1936. The struc- 
ture of polyvinyl chloride. 

Alvin George Sharp, B.S., M.S., 1935, 1936. Benzopyran derivatives. 

Harry Hall Sisler, B.S., Ohio State University, 1936; M.S., 1937. A study of 
some sulfur-nitrogen compounds. 

David Turnbull, Jr., B.S., Monmouth College, 1936. An investigation of various 
electron emitters for a periodic deviation from the Schottky line. 

Ralph Waldo Wager, A.B., M.S., Emory University, 1935, 1936. The metabolism 
of certain indispensable amino acids. 

LoRiNG Rider Williams, B.S., West Virginia Wesleyan College, 1927; M.S., West 
Virginia University, 1932. Distribution of selenium in astragalus bisul- 
catus and seleniferous soils. 

William Wilson Williams, B.S., University of Maryland, 1936. The action 
of sulfur dioxide on acetylenes. 

Donald Edwin Wolf, B.S., Wheaton College, 1935. I. The action of methyl- 
magnesium iodide on 2,6-dibromo-4-methylbenzoyl chloride. II. The methyl- 
ation of /3-ketonitriles. III. The action of sodium ethoxide on dibenzoyle- 
thylenes. 

In Economics 

Hale Lloyd Newcomer, A.B., B.S., M.S., 1924, 1925, 1930. Trading on the equity 

from the point of view of the investor. 
Kenneth Lewis Trefftzs, B.S., M.S., 1936, 1937. The bankless communities in 

Illinois. 

In Education 

Leland Powers Bradford, A.B., x\.M., 1931, 1935. The effect of practice upon 
variability in memory tests. 

In Engineering 

Alfred Earl Badger, B.S., Case School of Applied Science, 1922; M.S., 1929. 

Relation of chemical composition to certain physical properties of glass. 
Cameron Gerald Harman, B.S., M.S., 1929, 1935. Some fundamental properties 

of raw clays influencing their uses. 
Fay VaNisle Tooley, A.B., M.S., 1932, 1936. A study of the powder method 

for the measurement of the chemical durability of glass. 
Carl Henry Zwermann, B.S., M.S., 1929, 1937. The relation of particle size to 

the characteristics of light reflected from porcelain enamel surfaces. 

In English 

Emerald Garrett Ballard, A.B., A.M., University of Mississippi, 1931. A study 
of certain masterpieces of prose fiction in the light of twentieth century 
criticism of technique. 

Paul John Cooke, A.B., A.M., 1936, 1937. The Spanish romances in Sir Philip 
Sidney's Arcadia. 

Michael Francis Moloney, A.B., Notre Dame University, 1926; A.M., George- 
town University, 1931. John Donne: The flight from Mediaevalism. 



Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ig^g 



Frederic Charles Osenburg, A.B., A.M., University of Michigan, 1928, 1929. 

The ideas of the Golden Age and the decay of the world in the English 

Renaissance. 
J. Allan Smith, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1927; A.M., 1932. Tolstoy's 

fiction in England and America. 

In Geology 

W. Farrin Hoover, A.B., University of Cincinnati, 1930; x\.M., Kansas Uni- 
versity, 1932. A study of the correlation value of insoluble residues of the 
Ste. Genevieve limestones at selected localities in Illinois and adjacent 
states. 

In German 

Carl Hammer, A.B., Catawba College, 1934; A.M., Vanderbilt University, 1936. 

Goethes Dichfung imd ff^a/ir/e^i/— Literaturgeschichte oder Bildungserlebnis? 
Alfred Charles Frederick Scherer, A.B., A.M., 1934, 1936. Formative influences 

in the life of the child in German prose fiction of the nineteenth century. 

In History 

Joseph Bliss James, A.B., A.M., University of Florida, 1934, 1935. The framing 

of the fourteenth amendment. 
Marvin Edmund Lowe, A.B., Milligan College, 1935; A.M., 1937. The British 

tariff movement, 1910-1932. 
Robert David Ochs, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1936; A.M., 1937. A 

history of Argentine immigration 1853- 1924. 

In Horticulture 

Richard Vincent Lott, B.S., A.M., University of Missouri, 1925, 1926. A study 
of the seasonal development of the peach fruit. 

In Mathematics 

Warren Ambrose, B.S., M.S., 1935, 1936. Some properties of measurable 
stochastic processes. 

Joseph Jackson Eachus, A.B., Miami University, 1933; A.M., Syracuse Uni- 
versity, 1936. Regular solutions of non-linear q-difference systems. 

Richard Arthur Leibler, B.S., A.M., Northwestern University, 1935, 1936. 
Analytic theory of non-linear singular differential systems whose associated 
systems are of Fuchsian type. 

Andrew Oliver Lindstrum, Jr., A.B., Harvard University, 1935 ; A.M., 1936. 
Functions of a complex variable determined by their values on non dense 
sets. 

LoL^s W'illiam Tordella, B.S., A.M., Loyola University, 1933, 1935. A classi- 
fication of groups of order P", P an odd prime. 

In Physics 

John Wesley Clark, A.B., University of Montana, 1935; M.S., 1937. Measure- 
ment of the beta-ray spectra of nitrogen and indium with a new type of 
magnetic beta-ray spectrograph. 

Lyle Winston Phillips, B.S., North Dakota State College, 1932; M.S., Univer- 
sity of Buffalo, 1935. The extreme ultra-violet spectra of chlorine, potassium, 
calcium and scandium, isoelectronic with elements of the second short period. 

Robert Rogers, A.B., M.S., 1936, 1937. The absorption and attenuation of sound 
in ducts. 



Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ip3P 



In Political Science 

Elliot Cassidy, A.B., A.M., 1934, 1935. Denial of justice as a concept of in- 
ternational law. 

Ling Tung, A.B., Fuh Tan University, 1928 ; A.M., 1937. China and some phases 
of international law. 

In Psychology 

Hubert Edward Brogden, A.B., 1935. An empirical study of character traits. 
Phil Sheridan Shurrager, B.S., Muskingum College, 1930; A.M., Ohio Uni- 
versity, 1932. Conditioning in the spinal dog. 

In Romance Languages 

Joseph Henri Amiel, B.S., Lycee de Nice, France, 1920; A.B., College of 
William and Mary, 1930; A.M., 1933. Le realisme de la "Sincerite dans 
I'Art" Courbet, Champfleury, Duranty, Buchon, Le Journal Realisme. 

Felix Bruno Giovanelli, A.B., A.M., 1935, 1936. The role of contemporary 
events in Anatole France's works. 

Marshall Elbert Nunn, A.B., A.M., Stanford University, 1924, 1925. The life 
and works of Julian Del Casal. 

In Zoology 

Clarence James Goodnight, A.B., A.M., 1936, 1937. A monograph of the 
Branchiobdellidae (Oligochaeta) of American crayfishes. 

Stephen Wood Gray, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1936; A.M., 1937. Contributions 
to the physiology of the heart beat in the chick and tortoise. 

Sarah Elizabeth Jones, B.S., M.S., Southern Methodist University, 1934, 1935. 
Ecological studies on forest invertebrates. 

Harry George Kimpel, A.B., Carroll College, 1934; M.S., University of Ne- 
braska, 1936. Studies on the taxonomy of the genus Neodactylogyrus, with 
descriptions of new species, and the immunity of fresh-water fishes to gill 
trematodes (Gyrodactyloidea). 

Marvin Clinton Meyer, B.S., Missouri State Teachers College, 1932; A.M., 
Ohio State University, 1936. A revision of the leeches (Piscicolidae) living 
on fresh-water fishes of North America. 

Eugene Pleasants Odum, A.B., A.M., University of North Carolina, 1934, 1936. 
Variations in the heart rate of birds: a study in physiological ecology. 



Professional Degrees in Engineering 

The Degree of Architectural Engineer 
Bruce Uthus, B.S., 1923 

The Degree of Ceramic Engineer 
Robert Lee Shute, B.S., 1910 

The Degree of Civil Engineer 

August Evan Niederhoff, B.S., 1930 

Benjamin Lindley Pickett, B.S., 1929; M.S., University of Colorado, 1935 

John Chowning Sager, B.S., 1926 

The Degree of Electrical Engineer 

Orville Emmett Fawcett, B.S., 1923 
Claude Hazlett Reeder, B.S., 1910 



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The Degree of Mechanical Engineer 
Charles Alvin Davis, Jr., B.S., 1932 



The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Chemistry 

Benjamin Dimmick Deacon, A.B., University of Toronto, 1938 
Marian Louise Kabler, A.B., Randolph-Macon Woman's College, 1937 
Tames Luther d'AuMONX Roth, A.B., Carthage College, 1938 
Carleton Angelo Sperati, A.B., Luther College, 1938 
James Richard Weisiger, A.B., 1938 

In Classics 

Nathan Dane, II, A.B., Bowdoin College, 1937 

Alice Mae Dixon, A.B., Keuka College, 1938 

Berenice M. Dixon, A.B., Eureka College, 1929 

Mary Rathsack, A.B., 191 7 

Helen Ruby Russell, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1934 

In Economics 

Shelby Marlow Martin, B.S., A.B., 1933, 1937 

Charles Francis Poston, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1938 

Ben Raskin, A.B., Allegheny College, 1938 

Callie Walden, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1935 

In Education 

Ruth Marie Anderson, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1937 

AsiER Andrew Baker, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1935 

Harry Elliott Blentlinger, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 

1934 
Ellis Lloyd Brant, A.B., Illinois College, 1928 

Marvin Lowell Brett, B.Ed., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1934 
Robert Duane Brown, A.B., Fisk University, 1935 
Andrew Hunter Chapman, Ph.B., Shurtleff College, 1930 
Richard Thomas Crane, A.B., Eureka College, 1932 
Sherwood Dees, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1938 
Robert Hopkins DuBois, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1932; B.Ed., Illinois 

State Normal University, 1933 
Kenneth Eugene Gabel, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1938 
Ralph Russel Cinder, A.B., Illinois College, 1935 
Richard Ruland Gwin, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1938 
Robert Lang Harlow, Ph.B., Shurtleff College, 1932 
Je.\nnette Elizabeth Hewitt, A.B., Knox College, 1931 

Thomas John Kiviluoma, B.Ed., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1935 
Hallie Eunice Lamb, A.B., 1917 

Emma Gow M.a.cdonald, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1933 
Virginia Irene Miller, A.B., 1936 

William Charles Odell, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1938 
Larry Christophe Pautler, A.B., Illinois College, 1933 
Winona Whittington Pfander, B.S., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1936 
LeRoy Pickett, A.B., McKendree College, 1931 
William LaVern Prillmayer, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 

1938 
Rupert Loran Stroud, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1938 
William Scott Sutton, A.B., Shurtleff College, 1914 
F. Ernest Tuthill, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1936 



lo Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ipSQ 

Walter Peterson Whitlock, A.B., McKendree College, 1928 

William George Wittmann, B.S., 1937 

RoLLA James Wylder, A.B., Illinois College, 1926 

Joyce Otilla Zimmermann, A.B., 1932 

In English 

Edward Alan Bloom, B.S., 1936 

Dorothy Ann Crews, A.B., Kansas State Teachers College of Pittsburgh, 1936 

Jewell Dixon, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1929 

WiLLARD Julius Friederich, A.B., McKendree College, 1938 

Constance Pierson, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1931 

In Geology 
Maxim Maximavich Elias, A.B., University of Kansas, 1937 

In German 

John William Prey, A.B., Dickinson College, 1937 

Cassie Andrea Redden, A.B., Louisville Municipal College, 1938 

Dorothy Lucile Van Cleave, A.B., Knox College, 1938 

In History 

Cara Lee Anderson, A.B., Drury College, 1937 

Mayme Josephine Bunch, B.S., Southeast Missouri State Teachers College, 1939 

Abraham Frederick Citron, A.B., 1935 

Herman Dominic Graham, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1938 

Elizabeth Ann Groff, B.S., 1938 

Richard William Grossmann, Jr., A.B., Westminster College, 1937 

Walter Robert Holmes, A.B., Wheaton College, 1938 

Benjamin Rigberg, B.S., Temple University, 1938 

Sister Mary Paula Bourke, R.S.M., Ph.B., St. Xavier College, 1930 

Charles Edward Tripp, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1936 

Arthur Henry Volle, A.B., Wheaton College, 1938 

Ruth Olivette Walker, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1933 

William Edward Wells, A.B., Greenville College, 1938 

In Library Science 

Glendola Maurine Collins, A.B., Butler University, 1934; B.S.(Lib.), 1935 
Lucy Vera Kepler, A.B., Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1930; B.S.(Lib.), 1932 
Edna Rachel Ralston, A.B., College of the Ozarks, 1928; B.S.(Lib.), 1931 
Florence Gertrude Woods, B.S., University of Missouri, 1926; B.S. (Lib.), 1929 

In Mathematics 

Louisa Elizabeth Margaret Baczuk, A.B., 1938 

David Harold Blackwell, A.B., 1938 

Byron Edgar Blakeman, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1938 

Robert Wilder Gibson, A.B., Fort Hays Kansas State College, 1938 

Charles Willard Mathews, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1937 
Sister AIary Maurine Gearen, B.V.M., A.B., Mundelein College, 1936 
Chester William Topf, A.B., Huron College, 1938 
LoRAN Frederick Townsend, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1938 
Raymond Chester Weikel, A.B., Wabash College; 1932 

In Physics 
Vernon Morris Korty, A.B., Illinois College, 1937 



Candidates for Degrees, June 12, 1939 ii 

In PHYSIOLCXiY 

Edward Longfellow Burge, A.B., 1938 

In Political Science 
Myron Roy Blee, B.Ed., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1938 

In Romance Languages 

John Ross Cervantes, B.S., 1938 

BouDiNOT Conner, Jr., A.B., Oberlin College, 1937 

Georgina Lockie Hicks, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1938 

Elizabeth Anne Doby Leitner, A.B., Coker College, 1938 

Edith Halden Long, A.B., 1938 

James Fred Marshall, A.B., Indiana University, 1937 

Henrietta Corennt; Pence, A.B., 1937 

Naida Jant: AIyers Seright, A.B., 1938 

In Sociology 
Charles Rudolph Webb, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1932 

In Zoology 

Harry Batley, A.B., Western State College (Colorado), 1932 

WiLLARD Eugene Hubbard, A.B., 1937 

Marian Frances James, A.B., Illinois College, 1937 

Ralph Delavan Lowell, A.B., Greenville College, 1938 



The Degree of Master of Science 

In Accountancy 

Ranald Gregory Rucker, B.S., 1935 

Floyd Leaman Turner, B.S., Western Kentucky State Teachers College, 1930 

George Benjamin Vasen, B.S., 1937 

In Agricultural Economics 

Elvin Albert Duerst, B.S., Oregon State College, 1937 

Elmer Newton Searls, B.S., 1934 

Lawrence Harry Simerl, B.S., 1932 

GER-A.LD Percy Wibberley, B.S., University of Wales, 1936 

In Agronomy'^ 

George William Doak, B.S., 1923 

W. C. Templeton, Jr., B.S., Mississippi State College, 1938 

In Animal Husbandry 

Ferdinand Basting, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1935 

Oliver Frederick Gaebe, B.S., 1930 

Dale Wendell Hull, B.S., 1938 

Lyle Donald Kerley, B.S., 1938 

Ralph Wyman Kidder, B.S., Michigan State College, 1923 

Robert Henry Lynch, B.S., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1937 

John Raymond Rhinehart, B.S., 1938 



12 Candidates for Degrees, June 12, 1939 

In Architecture and Architectural Engineering 

RuDARD Artaban Jones, B.S., 1936 

Edward Yee Wing, B.S., University of Alberta, 1936 

In Bacteriology 

Harrison Adolph Hoffmann, B.S., McKendree College, 1934 

Russell Arthtjr Kaberg, A.B., 1938 

Richard Lubben, B.S., 1938 

Charles Joseph Rickher, B.S., 1938 

Don Melvin Snyder, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1937 

Fred Wilbur Tanner, Jr., B.S., 1938 

In Botany 

MuRViL Barnes, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1934 
Marion Iola Nielsen, B.S., Northwestern University, 1938 
Stanley William Oexemann, A.B., McKendree College, 1937 
Vernoy Arthur Reihmer, B.S., Wheaton College, 1938 
William Ernest Wilson, B.S., Wheaton College, 1936 
Charlotte Marie Young, B.S., Butler University, 1937 

In Business Organization and Operation 
Richard Chester Ryniker, B.S., 1938 

In Ceramics 

Bernard David Bard, B.S., University of Chicago, 1938 
Harry John Beckemeyer, B.S., 1938 

In Ceramic Engineering 

Felix Mark Fraulini, B.S., Missouri School of Mines, 1933 
Robert Lee Shute, B.S., 1910 
James Fred White, B.S., 1938 

In Chemistry 

Marvin Douglas Armstrong, B.S., University of South Carolina, 1938 

Priscilla Bonner, A.B., University of Utah, 1934 

William James Browne, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1937 

Joseph Marion Ciskowski, B.S., 1938 

Harry Cohen, A.B., 1938 

James Henry Davitt, B.S., 1938 

Freda Seraphine Decker, A.B., Brigham Young University, 1938 

Harry Laurence Faigen, B.S., State University of Iowa, 1933 

John Thomas Fitzpatrick, B.S., Harvard University, 1938 

William Dean Eraser, B.S., Harvard University, 1938 

Robert Curtiss Gunther, A.B., Knox College, 1938 

Richard George Handrick, B.Chem., Cornell University, 1937 

Chester Shepard Mora Himel, B.S., University of Chicago, 1938 

Elmer Ronald Johnson, B.S., Beloit College, 1938 

Joseph Henry Klaber, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1938 

Reinhold John Krantz, A.B., Greenville College, 1936 

William Mondeng Langdon, B.S., 1935 

John Chamblin Lawler, Jr., B.S., Spring Hill College, 1938 

Frederick Minton Lewis, B.S., University of Arkansas, 1937 

Kenneth Raymond Majors, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1932 



Candidates for Degrees, June 12, 7959 13 

Herbert John AIa\, B.S., Ihiiversity of Chicago, 1933 

A. Vern AIcIntosh, Jr., 13. S., Kent State University, 1938 

Norman Rabjohn, B.S., University of Rochester, 1937 

William McKinley Shaker, B.S., 1934 

Dorothy Bernice Sigman, A.B., Mundelein College, 1937 

Clyde Marshall Smith, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal Univer.sity, 1935 

Jerome Brice Swartz, B.S., 1934 

Lynn Burritt Wakefield, A.B., Reed College, 1936 

Leon Eugene Wener, B.S., 1936 

Raymond Clemens Wulliman, A.B., Bluffton College, 1921 ; A.B., 1923 

In Civil Engineering 

James Gordon Clark, B.S., 1935 
Myron Lee Gossard, B.S., 1937 
Fawzi Kahale, B.S., Robert College, 1937 
Gwoh-Liang Lee, B.C.E., Hangchow Christian College, 1937 
Kin Seto, B.S., Kno-Min LIniversity, 1937 
Chester Paul Siess, B.S., Louisiana State University, 1936 
Meng Hsing Tso, B.S., Chiao Tung University, 1932 

Oui Thieng Voodhigula, B.S., Chulalongkorn University, 1935; B.S., Massachu- 
setts Institute of Technology, 1938 

In Dairy Husbandry 

Kenneth E. Whipple Harshbarger, B.S., 1937 
Burton Franklin Whitmore, B.S., 1928 

In Education 

Charles Ralph Armour, B.S., Iowa State College, 191 5 

Lewis Howard Brown, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1928 

Willard E. Cleaves, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1937 

Leo Linsey Cox, B.S., Northwest Missouri State Teachers College, 1929 

Walter Harold Denison, B.S., 1936 

Orville Elmer Eckberg, B.S., Wheaton College, 1935 

Horace Jacob Eggmann, Jr., B.S., 1927 

Charles Lorah Haggard, B.S., 1930 

Arthur Paul Hamf.rsmith, B.S., 1935 

Aaron Orville Hoffman, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1929 

Ernest Johnston, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1938 

Edward Clinton Kalb, B.S., 1938 

Harriet Maxine Kimball, B.S., 1938 

Charles Cameron Kitchell, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1923 

Ernest Raymond Koss, B.S., 1938 

Karl Louis Kuechler, A.B., 1938 

John Verlan AIatthews, B.S., Shurtleff College, 1933 

John Barger McGill, B.S., 1938 

Carl Fred Mees, B.S., 1936 

Ralph Donald Moore, B.S., 1932 

Gilbert Ira Renner, B.S., Eureka College, 1928 

Frederic Ross Scheidecker, B.S., 1938 

Ralph Andrew Shick, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1933 

Paul Albert Sims, B.S., 1938 

Ada Beatrice Smith, B.S., 1936 

James Earl Smith, B.S., 1931 

Zita Helen Spradling, B.S., 1934 

Albert Cornelius Spurlock, B.S., 1938 

Richard Paul Stone, B.S., 1938 

Ralph Martin Wetzel, B.Ed., Western Illinois Slate Teachers College, 1938 



14 Candidates for Degrees, June 12, IQ3Q 

In Electrical Engineering 

Gilbert Bartholomew Bliss, B.S., 1933 
Sarmukh Singh Brar, B.S., University of Idaho, 1935 
Edward Joseph Fisher, B.S., Purdue University, 1938 
Paul Gordon Gray, B.S., 1936 
Edwin Albert Link, B.S., 1937 
Carl Magne Milner, B.S., 1937 
Stanley Holt Pierce, B.S., 1932 

Harry Charles Fleming Simrall, B.S.(E.E.), B.S.(M.E.), Mississippi State 
College, 1934, 1935 

In Entomology 

Kenneth Lee Knight, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1937 

Robert Carlisle Rendtorff, A.B., 1937 

MuRL Beauford Sailsbury, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1935 

In Geology 

Harvey Daniel Borger, A.B., 1937 
Robert Sinclair Dietz, B.S., 1037 
Kenneth Orris Emery, B.S., 1937 
Donald Wilbert Franklin, A.B., 1937 
Raymond Charles Gutschick, B.S., 1938 
Virgil Dean Winkler, A.B., B.S., 1938 

In Home Economics 

Herta Suzanne Breiter, B.S., 1938 

Helen Louise Heller, B.S., Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, 1938 

Beula Vera McKey, B.S., 1938 

Eleanor Lucille Velde, B.S., 1938 

In Library Science 

Janet Gertrude Bullen, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1931 ; B.S.(Lib.), 1936 
Mary Sue Hudson, A.B., Texas State College for Women, 1936; B.S. (Lib.), 1937 
JuANiTA Geraldine Kaufman, A.B., B.S. (Lib.), 1929, 1936 
Felix Eugene Snider, B.S., Southeast Missouri State Teachers College, 1930; 

B.S. (Lib.), 1938 
Arthur Elmer Whitenack, B.S., A.M., Ohio State University, 1926, 1929; 

B.S. (Lib.), 1937 

In Mathematics 
Abraham Charnes, A.B., 1938 

In Mechanical Engineering 

Richard Bennett Knight, B.S., University of Maryland, 1935 
Walter Kupchick, B.S., Purdue University, 1938 
Israel Adrian Naman, B.S., Rice Institute, 1938 

In Mining and Metallurgical Engineering 
Luis AL\kcial Santos- Ynigo, B.S., Mapua Institulc of Technology, 1938 



Candidates for Degrees, June 12, 1939 



In Physics 

France Barnet Berger, A.B., Miami University, 1938 
Philip Roger Gillette, A.B., Cornell College, 1937; B.S., 1938 
Rex Linxolx Lake, A.B., Knox College, 1936 
Robert Douglas Rawcliffe, A.B., North Central College, 1937 

In Psychology 

John Richard Wittenborn, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 
1937 

In Railway Engineering 

Basil Wrigley Wilson, B.S., University of Cape Tovi^n, 1931 

In Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 

Hugh Henry Benninger, B.S., 1938 
Van Cresap Norman, B.S., 1930 
Walter Adolf Renner, B.S., 1937 

In Zoology 

Martha Revel Barnes, A.B., 1938 

June Rose Geller, B.S., 1938 

Noel Benard Heyrend, B.S., Utah State Agricultural College, 1938 

Clarence Clayton Hoff, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1930 

Cyril Edmund Luckman, B.S., Wheaton College, 1937 

William Edwin Morris, B.S., 1938 

Alice Louise Schupp, B.S., 1933 

GusTAVUs Berry Stuart, B.S., 1935 

George Svihla, B.S., 1937 

Bertrand Albert Wright, B.S., 1938 



The Degree of Master of Business Administration 



Burt Finney Goldman, Jr., B.S., 1938 



The College of Law 

The Degree of Bachelor of Laws 

Edwin Melville Adams, A.B., 1936 

James Condee Allen, A.B., 1937 

Benjamin Robert Arnold, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1936 

Raymond Paul Bilger, A.B., 1937 

Anna Rosina Bullington, A.B., 1937, with Honors 

Wilson Delbert Burnell 

William Charles Burt, B.S., 1937 

Robert Pierce Cain 

Samltl Alexander Casey, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1936 

William Edward Padroic Collins 

Joseph Edgar Cooper, A.B., 1937 

Basil Hatton Coutrakon, A.B., Dartmouth College, 1936 

Sidney Davidson, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1937 

Charles William Davis, B.S., 1938 

Arno Harry Denecke, A.B., 1937 



i6 Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ips9 

Norma McCreery Eaton, A.B., 1933 

Traver Willard Ellis, A.B., 1937 

William Gertus Ellsberry, A.B., 1937 

Carl Liptner Goldstein, B.S., 1937 

Elmer Francis Gury, B.S., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1936 

Alexander Luther Haglund, B.S., 1938 

Samuel Glenn Harrod, Jr., A.B., Eureka College, 1936 

Merlin Gerald Hiscott, A.B., 1937 

John Grover Holland, A.B., 1937 

Robert Samuel Holty, A.B., 1937 

John Albert Holtzman, A.B., 1937 

Gilbert Alfred Horn, A.B., 1937 

Jack Everett Horsley, A.B., 1937 

Richard Stewart Hudson, A.B., 1937 

Willard Parrel Ice, A.B., Illinois College, 1937, with Honors , 

Preston King Johnson, Jr., B.S., 1937 

Elliott Kalcheim, A.B., 1937 

Chester Edwin Keller, B.S., 1937 

Everett Eugene Laughlin, A.B., Cornell College, 1937 

John Carson Lumbattis, A.B., 1936 

Robert Buffum AIaucker, A.B., Augustana College, 1936 

Lloyd Milton McClure, A.B., 1938 

Thomas Agatino Micali, A.B., 1936 

William Samuel Middleton, B.S., A.B., 1936, 1939 

Charles Hawes Northrup, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1936 

William Charles Oakley, A.B., 1937 

Ole Bly Pace, Jr., B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1936 

David Halliwell Patton, A.B., 1937 

Ben Froebe Railsback, A.B., 1936 

Richard Kennedy Rainey, A.B., 1937 

Milton Rubin, B.S., 1937 

Kenneth James Schuessler, A.B., 1936 

Rodney Armstrong Scott, B.S., 1937 

Howard John Silver, A.B., 1937 

Thomas Durward Simmons, A.B., 1937, with Honors 

John William Skultety, A.B., 1936 

Laurence Lewis Smith, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1927 

Carroll English Snyder, B.S., 1937 

Louise Henrietta Stearns, A.B., 1937 

John Leroy Stewart, B.S., 1937 

Irving Surie, A.B., 1937 

William John Sweeney, A.B., 1936 

Parker William Thomas, A.B., 1937 

George Traicoff, A.B., 1937, with Honors 

Charles Robert Twomley, A.B., 1937 

Robert Charles Underwood, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1937 

Henry George Walker, A.B., 1937 

The Library School 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Library Science 

Frances Alethea Alderson, A.B., University of Kentucky, 1933 
Margaret Lisette Ammann, A.B., Morningside College, 1936 
Hazelle Mathilda Anderson, A.B., Augustana College, 1933 
Margaret Elizabeth Augur, B.S., 1930 

Elfreda Pearl Babcock, A.B., University of Oklahoma, 1938 
Lyle Edward Bamber, B.S., Knox College, 1925 ; M.S., 1927 
Martha Banker, B.S., 1938 



Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ipsp 17 

Cora Qxjeex Barber, A. A., St. Teresa Junior College, 1934; B.S., University of 

Kansas, 1936 
Barbara Bartley, A.B., Lawrence College, 1938 
Bonnie Linda Bennett, A. A., Stephens College, 1936; A.B., 1938 
-Joseph Nix Benson, A.B., Birmingham-Southern College, 1937 
Frank Joseph Bertalan, Jr., B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1938 
LotnsE BoERjESSON, A.B., Washington University, 1927; A.M., University of 

Wisconsin, 1931 
Eleanor Carruth, A.B., Asbury College, 1936 
Sarah Cole, A.B., Hendrix College, 1933 
Gertrude Marie Cordts, A.B., State University of lowfa, 1938 
Mae Cowden, B.S., Southwest Missouri State Teachers College, 1932 
Alice L. Craig, A.B., Fargo College, 1919; A.B., University of North Dakota, 

1932 
- Willard Kelso Dennis, A.B., Southwest Missouri State Teachers College, 1937 
Dor.\ Moon Dixon, A.B., Wellesley College, 1933, with Honors 
Maurine Wanda Doores, A.B., Drury College, 1931 ; A.M., University of 

Colorado, 1937, with Honors 
Frances Eleanor Elliott, A.B., Ball State Teachers College, 1935, with Honors 
Ruth Mary Fehl, A.B., University of Cincinnati, 1937 
Ph^txis AL\rianne Fulton, A.B., University of Rochester, 1931 
Dorothy Carolyn Gerock, A.B., Washington University, 1938 
Severine Lucille Gurzynski, A.B., Central Y.M.C.A. College (Chicago), 1937 
Roma Autumn Gustavus, B.S., Memphis (Tennessee) State Teachers College, 

1934 

Betty Louise Hale, B.S., Northwestern University, 1938 

Alice Louise Hambleton, A.B., University of Cincinnati, 1938 
" Eldon Charles Hart, A.B., Brigham Young University, 1938 

Miriam Content Havighurst, A.B., MacMurray College, 1935, with High 
Honors 
^ Don Andre Hennessee, A.B., University of Redlands, 1938 

Dorothy Ellen Hiatt, A.B., Butler University, 1922 

Mary Frances Higgins, Ph.B., Webster College, 1937 

Elizabeth Jane Highfield, A.B., Rockford College, 1937 

Maxene Rae Hubbard, A.B., Carleton College, 1938 

Jeanette Huston, A.B., Tarkio College, 1937 

Ethel Emma Johnson, A.B., Indiana University, 1937 

Oneita Mae Johnson, A.B., University of Kansas, 1931 

Elizabeth Rummans Jordan, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1938 
" Yale Kenneth Kessler, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1925 ; A.M., Syracuse 
University, 1926, with Honors 

Miriam Z.\les Kr-^mer, A.B., New York University, 1934, with Honors 
^ Joe Walker Kraus, A.B., Culver-Stockton College, 1938 

Genevieve June Labb, A.B., Indiana University, 1938 
V Margaret Lawrence, A.B., A.M., University of Nebraska, 1926, 1930, with 
Honors 

Eleanor ;Malt)e Lee, A.B., State University of Iowa, 1937 

Ina Emelia Leland, A.B., State Teachers College (Ma3rville, North Dakota), 
1934 

Roger Waldo Liddell, B.S., University of California (Berkeley), 1938 
" P. Albert Marshall, A.B., Lincoln University, 1938 

Lois Carter Martini, A.B., DePauw University, 1931 

Roberta Elizabeth McBride, A.B., Baker University, 1935, with Honors 

Melba Elizabeth McKibben, B.S., University of Missouri, 1935 

Irent: Beulah Mischler, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1938 

Jack Cassius Morris, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1934 

Forrest Conklin Nelson, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1938 

Else Newcomer, A.B., Ohio University (Athens), 1938 

Dorothy Alice Olmstead, A.B., University of Nebraska, 1926 

Roberta Eleanor Omer, A.B., Carthage College, 1931 ; M.S., Ph.D., University 
of Nebraska, 1933, 1936 

Betty Jane Pearce, B.S., H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College, 1938 

Mildred Elizabeth Phalor, A.B., Miami University, 1924 



i8 Candidates for Degrees, June 12, 1939 

Kathryn McKee Plopper, A.B., Eureka College, 1936 

Dena Julia Polacheck, A.B., University o£ Chicago, 1937, with High Honors 

LeRoy Lillard Qualls, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1932; A.M., 1936 

Gordon Emerson Randall, A.B., University of Chicago, 1938 

Albert Louis Remley, A.B., Hiram College, 1938 

Rachel Elizabeth Road, A.B., Manchester College, 1937 

Elizabeth Jane Roper, B.S., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1937 

Marjorie Frances Rumble, A.B., University of Kansas, 1934 

Josephine Salzman, A.B., Iowa Wesleyan College, 1925 

William Andrew Sansburn, A.B., University of Western Ontario (London, 

Canada), 1935 
Marion Sladky, A.B., Milwaukee-Downer College, 1938 
Mildred Louise Sloane, A.B., Alanchester College, 1938 
Leonora Blanche Smith, A.B., MacMurray College, 1938 
Jean Elizabeth Smock, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1927; A.M., Presbyterian 

College of Christian Education (Chicago), 1929 
Louise Matilda Stubblefield, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1938, 

with High Honors 
Ruth Genevieve Tanis, A.B., Wheaton College, 1936 
Harold Teitelbaum, B.S., M.S., 1936, 1937 
Frances Elizabeth Tudor, A.B., Duke University, 1934 
Edna Elizabeth Van Syoc, A.B., Simpson College, 1934, with Honors 
Viola Victoria Wallace, A.B., University of Cincinnati, 1937 
Mary Elizabeth Wattles, A.B., Hanover College, 1938 
Esther Burkholder Weber, B.S., Goshen College, 1938, with Honors 
Dorothy Viola Wells, A.B., University of Wyoming, 1938 
Bon-Jean-Nette White, A.B., Baylor College, 1928, with Honors 
Katherine White Whittle, A.B., University of Tennessee, 1936 
Clara Welker Williams, A.B., Florida State College for Women, 1933 
Mildred Williams, A.B., University of Tennessee, 1937 
Jessie Lee Wolfe, A.B., Baylor University, 1938 
Virginia Claire Yarbro, A.B., University of Kentucky, 1936 
Albin Harold Youngquist, A.B., University of South Dakota, 1936 



Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ipS9 



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The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 

The Degree of Bachelor of Arts 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Ruth Helen Ad kins, with Highest 

Honors in German 
Mary Jayxe Alexander 
Valerie Hildred Allen 
Myra Gertrltde Allison 
Amso Iskander Amso 
Elinor Alice Anderson 
Clarence Simeon Angell 
Barbara Kent Armstrong 
Victor Arnason 
Dorothy Lois Arvey 
Joyce ^[arcella Ausec, with Honors 

in French 
Lucille Emily Ayer, with Honors in 

Sociology 
Richard Raymond Bairstow 
Paul Chamberlain Baker 
\'era Alma Baker 
Harriette Ellen Baldridge 
Roberta AL\ry Baldwin 
Eileen ^La.bel Ball 
Mary Jean Ballance 
Hortense Bartholow, with High 

Honors in History 
Jane Lee Bass 
Barbara Bernice Batchelor 
Chaltncey A'Iilburn Beagle 
Joseph Howard Beard, Jr. 
Hazel ^La.y Beasley 
Harriet Dane Beattie 
Ruth Caroly'n Beckenstein 
Leon Becker 
Richard Edward Berger 
Myron Ross Bergschneider 
Robert Sigmund Berliner 
Ruth Elisabeth Bigler 
Frances Barbara Bimba 
Eleanor Joyce Bjelland, with Honors 

in Economics 
Walter Kerrigan Black 
George Kilbey Blanchard 
Nancy Jane Blewett 
DoRYS Ann Bloom, with Honors in 

Sociology 
Lois Virginia Boomer 
BoYNTON Hooker Booth, with Highest 

Honors in Bacteriology 
Ruth Elizabeth Boyp, with Highest 

Honors in Mathematics 
Philip Curtis Bradley 
Eleanor Marjorie Breuer 
Guy Frank Brunacci 
Harold Alexander Buchanan 



Ruth Elizabeth Buchholz, with 

Highest Honors in Botany 
Mary Emily Burke 
Jeannette Muriel Burns 
Richard Adolph Cagann 
William Francis Finbarr Cahill 
Robert Pierce Cain, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Harold Andrew Campbell 
Virgil Lee Campbell 
Virginia Campbell, with Honors in 

Sociology 
Herbert William Carl 
Willis Woodrow Carmen 
Orlon Vere Carr, Jr. 
Charles Wilbur Casey 
Frank James Casey, Jr. 
Robert Everhart Castelo 
Perry A. Cessna 
Jane Chambers 
Virginia Rose Chandler 
William Andrew Ciccone 
George Edward Cisco 
Richard Louis Clark 
Harold R. Cohen 
Clare Burdette Conde 
Pearl Antoinette Connell, with 

Highest Tutorial Honors in 

History 
Francis Dale Conner, with Honors 

in History 
Dorothy Cawthon Cord 
Mary Ann Creighton, with High 

Honors in Political Science 
Vincent Crocker 
John Gunster Croessmann 
John Vincent Crooks 
William Edward Crosby, with Honors 

in Psychology 
Dorothy Lucille Cullinan 
Jean Maria Culver 
Jean Marguerite Cusack 
Robert Locke Cutter 
David Verner Dahl 
Edna Mayme Danielson 
Helen Elizabeth Dasenbrook 
Mary Lois Daum 
James Wiltse Davis, with Highest 

Tutorial Honors in Chemistry 
K.A.THRYN Gertrude Davis 
Isaac AIilton Dawson 
George Cass De Long, with High 

Honors in Geography 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ipsp 



Marguerite Chrystobel Dempsey 

Emily Jane Dewhirst 

Karlene Margaret Diederich 

Marjorie Ann Diehl 

Donald Earl Dionne 

Charles James Vincent Dispenza 

Analou Doan 

Janis Albena Doe 

Leoda Marie Doe 

Anne Wolfson Donovick, with 

Highest Honors in Psychology 
Jeanne Douglass 
Madelyn Florence Downing 
Morris Drogin 
Wilma June Dryuen, with Highest 

Tutorial Honors in English 
William Frank Dudleston 
Ruth Clarabel Dunklau 
Ralph Gordon Dunlop 
John Joseph Dunworth 
Frances Ellen Durgee 
Wilson Dwyer, with Honors in 

Political Science 
Edward Louis Eagle, Jr., with 

Highest Honors in History 
Vincent Elliott Eitzen, with Honors 

in Physics 
Harriette Elsom 
James Patrick English, Jr. 
Ford Powell Eshleman, Jr. 
Raymond Henry Evers, with Honors 

in Chemistr)'^ 
Vera Frances Fanning 
Mary Jene Fellows 
Fredric William Fermier 
Robert Edmund Ferris 
Willodean Lin Finley 
Eleanor Jane Firke, with Honors in 

English 
Le Roy Henry Fischer 
Martha Howe Fix 
Helene Carolyn Frank 
Emily Powers Franks 
Kathryn Danford Franks 
Sanford Asher Franzblau, with 

Highest Honors in Chemistry 
Robert Miller Frash, with High 

Honors in English 
Mark Oddy Freedman 
Helen Elizabeth Freudenberg 
Ellen Lynn Friedli 
Harriet Miriam Friedman 
Richard Nelson Frye, with Highest 

Tutorial Honors in History and 

Highest Honors in Philosophy 
Halle Galhuly, with Highest Honors 

in Political Science 



Frederick Ganja 
Marian Jean Gardner 
Lawrence Garrison 
Frederick Charles Gedge, Jr. 
Isabelle Herbert a Geithman 
Geraldine Matilda George 
Jane Elizabeth Gibbs 
Marjorie Jean Giehler, with High 

Honors in History 
Mary Elizabeth Goldsbery 
John Francis Goodman 
Betty Grady 
James Baird Gragg 
Margaret Claire Graham 
Stevens Graves 
Betty Jean Gray 
Donald Harmon Gray, Jr. 
Millard Glen Gray 
Philip Anthony Greco, with High 

Honors in Bacteriology 
Kenneth Lawrence Green 
Edward Donald Groshong 
John Louis Guyon 
Helen Hester Hagen 
Jane Hager 
Marjorie Elizabeth Hall, with 

Honors in English 
Samuel Webster Hall 
Robert Halper 

Eleanor Marguerite Hamilton 
John Robert Hamilton 
Helen Wells Hamlin, with High 

Honors in French 
Ruth Hampton 
Vincent Eugene Hanes 
Robert Leslie Hanson 
Lloyd Addis Harris, with High 

Honors in Geology 
Mary Millicent Harwood 
Rosella Mae Hawkins 
Helen Doris Hays 
Myer Harold Hecht, with Highest 

Honors in Chemistry 
Charles Voisin Heck 
Paul Lester Hedrick 
George Z. Helber 
Ernest Elmer Hellmich 
Roy Joseph Hendricks, with Highest 

Tutorial Honors in Philosophy 
Paul Brown Henniges 
Evelyn Marie Hertz, with High 

Honors in English 
Jack William Hey 
Ramona Hope Hicks 
Paul Roland Raymond Hoefener 



Candidates for Degrees, June 12, iQ^g 



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AIabel Viola Hofer 

Jane Frances Hokamp 

xA.RLiNE Holt 

Warren Joseph Holz, with Honors in 

Economics 
Hilas Slone Hopkins, Jr. 
Selma Maxjrine Horn 
Walter Lyle Horn 
Jean Swigart Hoskins, with Honors 

in Economics 
John William Hric 
Robert Louis Hulbary, with Honors 

in Botany 
Rowena Humphreys 
Gladys AIarylyn Hunt 
Edgar Berney Hutchison 
Evelyn AIarie Hutchison 
William Cowing Imholz 
Joseph Anthony George Izzo, Jr. 
Ellen Sylvia Jacobsen 
Margaret James, with Honors in 

Sociology 
Adrian Willl^m Janes, with Highest 

Tutorial Honors in English 
Barbara Jennings 
Eleanor Dorothy Jensen 
Jean Lucille Johnson 
Richard Rudolf Johnson 
\'irginia Lee Johnson 
Emrys Arthur Jones 
Robert Clark Jones, with Highest 

Honors in Chemistry 
William Jay Kaplan 
Philip Hiram Kass 
Charles Arthur Kaub 
John D. Keat 
Barbara Ruth Kendall 
George Norman Kennedy, with High 

Honors in Political Science and 

History 
Eileen Margaret Kenney 
Jean Elizabeth Kent 
Glenn Ansel Kidder 
Ken?;eth Kermit Kinser 
Bruce Winston Kipp 
Adele Jayne Kleban 
Anita Pauline Knapp 
Dorothy ]^Iarie Kowert 
Fern Clara Kreft, with Highest 

Honors in French 
Lucille Catherine Kreuzberger 
Frank James Kriz 
Helen Kuhn 
Selma Annette Kxjhn 
Chester Harlan Kuntz 
Carl Kurtzman 
Beatrice Mabel Lafferty 
John Henry Lange 



John Edgar Larsh, Jr. 

Pearl Euphemia Lawson 

Alva Ileita Leo 

Donald Earl Lerdall 

Helen Saxon Levine 

Alice Jane Leviton 

Judith Lewis 

Robert Meredith Ley 

Dale Brewster Lindsay 

Suzanne A. Little 

Arline Ruth Lloyd, with Honors in 

French 
]\Iargaret Jean Lokke 
Jane Grace Long 
Kenneth Holmes Long 
John Bigelow Lord 
Bette Lou Louwien 
Stanley Jefferson Lovett, with 

Honors in History 
Virginia Adelaide Luse 
Margaret Elizabeth Lyons 
Albert Edmund Lytle 
Elizabeth Helen Macy, with Honors 

in Mathematics 
John Marshall Magner 
Margaret Anne Mainland 
Margaret Louise Maras 
Nick Walter Marchuk 
Lucille P. Marcus 
Robert Louis Marks 
DouciLAs George Marshall 
John Francis Martin 
Alfred Maskin, with High Honors in 

Political Science 
Phebe Curtis McAdams 
Roberta Isabel McAllister 
Thomas Hull McCarty 
Elizabeth Juliette McCoy 
William Edward McCoy 

jACyUELYN McCrEDIE 

George Earl McCullough 
Margaret Hazel McGarry 
Charles C. Linthicum McNair 
John Francis Meissner 
MiLNER DeMott Melody 
Bertram Louis Menne, Jr. 
Jean Claire Mercer 
Albert Merz 
Robert Lee Metcalf, with High 

Honors in Entomology 
Robert Lee Meyers 
Leon Peter Miller 
Sara Miller 
Donald Henry Millett 
Douglas Fremont Milligan 
DoRRis Alice Mitchell 
Ruth Ethel Mojonnier, with Honors 

in Botany 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ipsQ 



Dorothy Lorena Molden 

Edgar William Monke 

James Oliver AIonroe, Jr., with 

Honors in English 
Raymond Rudolph Mooth 
Charles Donald Morgan 
Winifred Ermine Morgan 
Mary Helen Moss 
Phyllis Therese Mrazek 
William George Muller, Jr. 
Mary Verlaine Munday, with 

Honors in French 
Donald Richard Munroe 
Albert Morris Myers, Jr. 
Florence Belva Nadelhoffer 
Dorothy Grace Nearing 
James Henry Neu 
Howard Keith Norris 
Robert Forest Oaks 
Albert Louis O'Berto 
Harold Irvin O'Byrne 
Alice Katherine O'Connor 
Myrna Jane Oesterling, with 

Highest Honors in Chemistry 
Elizabeth Ann O'Hern 
Sarah Orndorff 
William Ralph Otter 
Charles Warren Pacey 
Polly Pearman 
Charles Edwin Perkins 
Betty Jane Perry 
Jean Carol Peterson 
Manuel Mark Petrakis 
Irene Gates Phillippe 
Elwood Brinton Phipps 
Katharine Artelle Pierson 
Martha Elvidge Pile 
Betty-Jean Pinch 
Ruth Dorothy Pitann 
Frank Alois Pitelka, with Highest 

Honors in Zoology 
Loren Hershey Plunkett 
Alberta Irene Pollock 
Fred Hall Potter, Jr. 
Sara Frances Powell 
Eugene August Prange 
Marian Esther Price 
John Julius Proch 
Bettie Janet Quinlan 
Edwin Maynard Raffel 
Jeannette Sadie Rashid, with Honors 

in English 
Morton PIull Raymond 
Robert Harrison Reeves 
Kenneth Lynn Retherford, with 

High Honors in Botany 



Verna Elsie Reuss 
Francis Fedale Rezabek 
Frances Bayles Rhinehart 
Bettie Catherine Richard 
Sarah Tweedale Richardt, with 

High Honors in History 
John Robert Ring, with Highest 

Honors in Zoology 
Yvonne Pauline Rivard 
Catherine Mae Robb 
Gladys Ethel Robb 
Maurine Roberds, with High Honors 

in Spanish 
Alice Laverta Robertson 
Julia Le Robertson 
David B. Rodman 
Jane Ar a belle Rollo 
John Richard Romig, with Honors in 

Chemistry 
Charles Warren Romine 
Mervin Scott Roney 
Charles Porter Root 
Katherine Ropiequet, with High 

Honors in English and French 
Sherman Eugene Rose 
Martin Rosenberg 
Marvin David Rosenberg 
Ronald Rosher 
John Victor Ross, Jr. 
Walter Anton Rotkis 
Robert Louis Roussey 
Margaret Routh 
Lucille Jean Rowley 
Warren Victor Rubnitz 
Lawrence Edward Rueff 
Helen Crawford Rundle, with High 

Honors in Psychology 
Virginia Adair Sackett 
Patricia Dorothy Sager, with Honors 

in History 
Dorothy Sherman St. John 
Mary Christina Saporito 
Merlyn Rayman Scamehorn 
Arnold Rieder Schenk 
Erika Scherf 

Jeanne Jeannette Schneider 
Richard Francis Schramm 
Jane Ann Schulte 
Richard Condit Schultz 
Margaret Wilhilmina Schulz 
William Henry Schulzke, Jr. 
Laurabell Schutt 
Sarah Rose Schwartz 
Carl Ewald Schweickert 
Barbara Jean Sett 
Leonard Shapiro 
Elizabeth Mae Shattuck, with 

High Honors in English 



Candidates for Degrees, June 12, igs9 



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Adelle Florence Shaw 

Helen Naomi Sheets 

Eleanor Louise Shinn 

Hedwig Elizabeth Shroyer 

HiLMAR August Sieving 

Philip Frederick Simmon 

Dorothyann Sinclair 

Raymond Edward Skov 

Carl Oliphant Smith 

Elaine Smith 

Mildred Irene Smith 

Florence June Spaulding 

Mildred j^Iary Speich 

Alice Wanda Spialek 

Helen Margaret Staley 

Thomas W. Stanfield 

George Thaddeus Stanton 

Richard Kellar Stem 

Mack Stephenson 

John Gotthilf Stilli, Jr. 

Walter Beryl Stone, with Highest 

Tutorial Honors in History 
Victor Henry Stortz, with High 

Honors in German 
Elizabeth Frank Stout 
Janvrin Earl Straesser 
Elizabeth Jean Stubbert 
Catherine Gloria Sullivan 
Earl Jay Sundin 
Virginia Lee Swann 
Thelma Swerinsky 
Joe DeLay Taylor 
Clyde Hoesley Tearnan 
Teresa Gertrude Tennes 
Viola Rose Theis 
Theodore Anton Theodoroff 
Dolores Carsell Thomas 
Margaret Ann Thompson 
Margaret Queen Thompson 
Barbara Towne, with Honors in 

History 
Truman Glenn Tracy 
Floyd Abbie Traynham, Jr. 
George Harry Trenary 
Mary Annette Trombold 



Evelyn Mary Tunnicliffe, with 

Honors in Mathematics 
Alberta Gurney Van Petten 
John David Varble 
Joseph Vasta 
John Pfeiffer Vestal 
Walter Henry Voltz, Jr. 
Richard Joseph Voorhees, with High 

Honors in English 

WiLLARD EdMOND WaDE 

Mable Stephens Wager, with Highest 

Honors in Sociology 
Louis Emmerson Ward, with Highest 

Honors in Chemistry 
Mary Ruth Waters 
William Alphonsus Watson 
Eileen Madalene Weilmuenster, with 

Highest Honors in German 
Robert Harold Weinstein 
David Harold Welker 
Alice Katherine Welty 
Janice Hart White 
John Irving White 
Alice Elizabeth Whiting 
Robert William Widdicombe 
Robert Albert Wilbrandt 
Elizabeth Louise Williams 
Grace Vera Willowick, with Highest 

Honors in History 
Barbara Jean Wilson, with Highest 

Honors in German 
David Murray Wilson 
Emerson LaVerne Wittbecker, with 

High Honors in Chemistry 
Albert Harry Wohlers 
Martha Ann Woltman, with High 

Honors in English 
Robert Gordon Yapp 
John George Yapuncich, Jr., with 

Honors in Chemistry 
Vera Lucille Yowell 
Charles Ellingson Zeleny 
Clifton Louis Ziebold 
Catherine Rose Zimmer 
Roland Walter Zimmer 



Blanche Viola Campbell 



In Home Economics 



Betty Ann Knight 



The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Archie Lowell Abney 
Robert Peden Anderson 
Frederick Charles Bauer 



Robert Wedger Bond 
Seymour Brownstein 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ipsQ 



Sherlee Busch 

Laura Mae Coe, with Honors in 

Bacteriology 
Joseph Warren Compton 
Robert James Cordell 
Bernard Arthur Curvin 
Willis Mansfield Decker 
Irving Gerson 
Ruth Opal Goldman 
Roy Axel Hagstrom 
Bernard Halpern 
George Burton Hamilton 
Earl Joseph Harris 
Clarence Gwinner Hatmaker 
Maida Maree Heath, with Honors in 

Bacteriology 
Chester Warren Houston 
William Carl Hoyer 
Edward Murphy Hubbard, with 

Highest Honors in Chemistry 
Max Lloyd Hunt 
Gregory Joseph Jankowski 
Jack Gerhardt Janssen 
WiLMA Jean Kaiser, with Honors in 

Bacteriology 
Verdamae Karr 
Frank Kaslauskas 
John F. Krabbe 
Anthony Kudzma 
Pearl Ruth Lauth 



Yudell Leo Luke, with Highest 

Honors in Mathematics 
Walter Joseph Majewski 
Robert Francis Marwick 
Faris Knobel Moyer 
Mary Margaret Musselman 
Donald Eugene Noll 
Eugene Dennis O'Mahony 
Edmond George Otton 
George Clarence Finney 
Rudolph Herman Pletz 
Garland Poffenbarger 
Winifred May Randolph, with High 

Honors in Chemistry 
Robert William Regan 
Francis Asbury Richards 
Louis Anthony Rittschof 
AIartin Rosoff 
James Albert Rowe 
Joseph Santivansky 
Joseph Ezra Sherman 
Gertrude Catherine Smit 
Lois Carolyn Soderstrom 
Robert William Straw 
Jerome Swimmer 
Harry Joseph Taylor 
Helen Marie Wass 
Melvin Witkin 
Carl Henry Zamzow 
Fredrick Claus Zumsteg 



In Chemistry 



Roll Carl Baughman, Jr. 

George William Boyd 

Archie John Deutschman, Jr., wiih 

Honors 
William Dvonch 
John Robert Edmonds 
Gerald William Frank, with Honors 
Robert Crane Garret son 
William A. Jacob, Jr. 
Herman Jass, with Honors 
Russell Clayton Mallat, with High 

Honors 
Morris Meister, with Highest Honors 
Richard Raymond Merner, with 

Honors 
Harold Wilbur Mohrman, with 

Honors 
Vadim Constantin Neklutin, with 

Highest Honors 



Walter Arthur Raczynski 
John Fleming Richardson, with 

Honors 
Kenneth Carl Robbins, with Honors 
Richard Gray Rogers, with Honors 
Wilbur Simon 
Edward Henry Specht, with Highest 

Honors 
William Jouette Tapp, with Highest 

Honors 
Roy William Henry Tess, with 

Highest Honors 
Arthur Dock Fon Toy, with Honors 
Frederick Charles Uhle, with 

Highest Honors. 
Robert Edward Wantz 
Robert Paul Wehrmann 
Robert Lawrence Weil 
John Paul Wilkins, with Highest 

Honors 



In Chemical Engineering 



Charles Howard Adams 
Jerome William Arkis 
Forrest Harvey Blanding, 
Highest Honors 



William Herman Clendenin 
John Corzine Cox, with Honors 
with Vincent Leon Crawford 

Frank Cavan Fowler 



Candidates for Degrees, June 12, IQ3Q 



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Milton Joseph Goldfarb, with High 

Honors 
Melville James Holik 
Robert Cornelius Holmes, with 

Highest Honors 
Arnold Morris Kaufman, with 

Honors 
Joseph Edward Kaveckis, with High 

Honors 
Joseph Anton Konecny 
John Wesley Latchum, Jr. 
James Henry Lloyd 
Elroy Francis Mahlberg, Jr. 
Lawrence Fredriech ^L\rsch, with 

High Honors 



Robert Edwin McDonald, with 

Honors 
Victor Henry Munnecke, Jr., with 

Honors 
Robert Clayton Olson 
Osborne Howard Paddison, Jr. 
Horace Pettee 
John Cleveland Polson 
Robert Francis Trant 
Harold Carl Weingartner, with 

High Honors 
Richard Winer 
Harold Witkin 



In Home Economics 



Dorothy Cleo Bry.a.n 



The College of Commerce and Business 
Administration 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Accountancy 



Raymond Thomas Akins 

George Edwin Allen, with Honors 

Robert Lee Ashley 

DoN.^LD Forrest Babb 

William Taylor Barry 

Walter Nicholas Bertram, with 

Honors 
Albert Francis Billings 
\\'ilbur James Patrick Brady 

LORRAIN ^L\UDE BrAMEL 

Melvin Bauer Breymann 

Dorothy ^Larie Broeg 

Robert ]\Ioses Brook, with Honors 

Carlton Richard Brown 

Otis Charles Carrillo 

George Roudebush Catlett, with 

High Honors 
Richard Boyd Cogdal 
Arden Keith Colby 
Theodore Lester Corwin 
Clarence Wallace Daugherity 
William Orville Derrough 
Kenneth William Dickhut 
Stanley Drell 
Leo E.\tman, with Honors 
Garth William Edwards 
Thomas Fletcher Ellis 
Frank Smith Ervin 
Willis Grant Fariss, Jr. 



Nathan Vaughan Filbey, with High 

Honors 
Robert Freeman 
Herbert Lester Fyie 
Albert William Gebauer, with High 

Honors 
Joseph Christopher Gianotti 
Charles Thomas Gilles 
Arthur Wallace Gillespie 
Vincent Leo Graham 
James Justin Phillip Guild 
Charles Edward Hemphill, Jr. 
Herbert Ivan Henricks 
Lawrence Elmer Hess 
Nathanael Newman Hill, with 

Honors 
Howard Glenn Hoegsted 
Martin Albert Hoffing 
Robert Franklin Hughes 
Ruth Harriet Hllsabeck Jackson 
Seymour Jensky 
Theron Robert Johnson 
Walter Edward Johnson 
William Bernard Kennedy 
Vernon Wayne Kraetsch 
Alfred Edward Levey 
Arthur Benson Loft 
Samuel Richard Mann 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ip^p 



Morris John McCarthy 

Thomas Edward McDonald 

Samuel Melvin Minkus 

Andrew Gilbert Nelson 

Calvin Dallinger Neve 

David Alden Olson 

George Aaron Olson 

Roland Earl Palmer 

Henry Paskin 

Reginald Robert William Peterson 

Robert Marion Prange 

Henry Present 

Maurice Press 

Morton Dennison Prouty, Jr., with 

High Honors 
Colin Jay Reeves 
Howard Rice 
Robert Ernest Rightmyer 
Seymour Dave Rose 
Richard Stebbins Sanders 
Albert Joseph Schneider 
John Kemp Schuder 
Paul William Shipley 



Sister Rita Rose Monaghan 
Frank Charles Sladek 
Donald Wilson Smith 
Robert Frederick Stewart, with 

Honors 
Clyde Wilson Summers, with High 

Honors 
David Deck Suter, with High Honors 
Joseph William Tomaseski, with 

Honors 
Charles Richard Tracy 
Paul Smith Vandervort 
Roger Milton Veach 
Guy M. Villars 
Evert Edward Werner 
Samuel Larkin Wetherell 
Helen Jenene Wexler, with High 

Honors 
Joseph George Wilson 
Robert Edward Winkel, with 

Honors 
Hal H. Woodside, with Honors 
Robert Rolland Zuck 



Donald Eugene Gehring 
Frank Leo Senseney 



In Accountancy and Banking and Finance 

Alva M. Waggoner 



In Banking and Finance 



Ruth Eleanora Bailey 

Ethel Meryl Baka 

Arthur Hale Burgman 

Robert Hartzell Cole, with Honors 

John Wilson Dadmun 

Leonard Burdette Dowell 

Ralph Thomas Favo 

Edward Clark Harter 

John Rew Kidd 



Howard Noble Martin 
Odd Meyer, Jr. 
Albert James Moye 
Arthur Jesse Neumann 
Edwin Junior Payne 
James A. Shinkoff 
Donald Henry Teel 
James Wallace Wingate 



In Commerce and Law 



Robert Ward Booth 
Robert Hamill Clements 
John Joseph Clinch, Jr. 
Henry Davis Freedman 
Harvey Loomis Hensel 
Ralph Lee Jacobs 
Durward Gail Judy 
Karl Frederick Kraus 
Joseph Eugene Lanuti 



Glenn A. McTavish 
Gilbert Stephen Peine 
Robert Shafer Pitzer 
Frank Henry Schniederjon 
James Eugene Sutherland 
Jerome William Charles Van 

Gorkom 
Billy Ben Wiese 
Joseph Marshall Williams 



In Commercial Teaching 
June Eileen Hall, with High Honors 



Candidates for Degrees, June 12, /pjp 



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In Foreign Commerce 



Ruth Louise Alberstett 
Robert Ray Dockson 
Florenxe Ellex Harwood 
Martha Bruce Morrison 



George Harold Pace 
John Henry Reedy, Jr., with High 
Honors 



In General Business 



Margaret Louise Anderson 
Robert Donald Bailey 
Raymond Hedges Benard 
Geor'^.e Cyrus Boddiger 
Virginia Ellen Bowen 
Kenneth Leslie Bowton 
Sidney Wyeth Brinker 
RoLLAND Vincent Brinkman 
Andrew Taverner Brown 
Robert Lewis Brumbach 
Bobby Joyce Bumann 
Burton Burns 
Jack Albert Callender 
Francis William Campbell 
Ralph Oscar Carlson 
Merle Raymond Carroll 
^LacLean Chandler 
William Noyes Chapman 
Mary Emalyn Clark 
Earl Cohn 
Ruth Emma Craig 
Emily Jean Crihfield 
Frank Abram Cronican 
Morris Levine Crouse 
Grant Jordan Cruze 
William Evarts Current 
Joan Gushing 

Edward Stanley Dackiewicz 
Robert Leming Dahme 
Samuel W. David 
Paul Henderson Dean 
Adolph Lynn Denniston, Jr. 
Bernard Francis Derenski 
^Larion Lucille Edler 
John Garth Elzea, Jr. 
XoRMAN Joseph Emge 
Lawrence Samuel English 
Harold Norton Fagel 
James Robert Fakrington 
Jerry AIeyer Finder 
William Harry Fisher 
Gerald Orville Fosslek 
Herbert K. Frazee 
Charles A. French 
Edward Tully Gardner, Jr. 
Frank James Garrett, Jr. 
Robert Eugene Grigsby 
William Grim sh aw Grote 
Richard Carl Grupp 
Leonard Francis Halatek 



George Henry Hamp, Jr. 

David Robert Harsch 

Jane Wayne Hauser 

Robert Stearns Havner 

Robert Allen Heald 

Robert Neville Hecht 

LeRoy Bernard Herbst, Jr. 

Charles Darwin Hesler, Jr. 

Herbert Norman Himelstein 

Daniel Charles Hirsch, Jr. 

Virgil Alden Hokanson 

Edward Prosper Hollman 

Earl Dwight Hoover 

Edward Joseph Hoppe 

Raymond Frederick Hott 

Frederick Ward Howard 

Jack Arnold Howard 

Joseph Charles Hurley 

James William Hussey 

Fred Thomas Jacobi 

William Henry Jarman 

Arnold Oscar Johnson 

Mary Busey Jutton 

Russell Morris Kahn 

Oscar Meyer Kaplan, with Honors 

Chester Karzmar 

Aaron Shaw Y^.ktz 

LoRA Adelaide Kee 

William Charles Keeney 

Edward Ried Kennelly 

Melvin Forest Kerr 

John Joseph Kinsella 

Edward Koops 

Muriel Marie Kring 

Kenneth Arthur Kvistad 

Charles Robert Lammers 

Elmer Charles Link 

Herman Louis Loeb 

David Raymond Lower 

Edward James Lyons, Jr. 

William Stuart MacDiarmid 

Margaret Eileen Mayer 

Clyde Edwards McBride, Jr. 

James William McDonald 

Fredrick Harrison McKinstry 

William Earl Mercer 

Daniel Henry Meyer, Jr. 

Foy Meyer 

Robert Arthur Meyer 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ig^g 



Harry Lyle Miller 

Lewis AIoe, Jr. 

James Woods Morrow 

Grace Freda Mueller 

Ellsworth Herrick Myers 

Herbert George Nieburger 

Stuart B. Nordouist 

Vernon William Norton 

John Patrick O'Byrne 

Clarence Laverne Odum 

Lloyd Frederic Oleson 

Harold Olsen 

Donald Hugh Opel 

George Robert Otto 

John Leo Palka 

Ray Palmer 

Harold Anselme Parmelee, with 

Honors 
Robert Leo Pellican 
Vaughn Raymond Pennington 
Fonda Lenora Perry 
Gordon Kenneth Petersen 
William LaVern Pointer 
Jack Collins Reinhardt 
John Henry Rennels 
Robert Pershing Reuss, with Honors 
William Martin Reuss, Jr. 
Walter Sanford Ricks 
Garnet ATay Roe 
Irving Jacob Rosen, with Plonors 
Harriet Irene Roth 
Howard Janey Russell 
William Jordan Ruth 
Charles William Ruther 
Paul Clement Ryan 



Ruth Marian Salladay 

MoNTiE Sanders 

John Edward Sandmark 

James Schwartz Schindler, with 

Honors 
Jack Schwarz 
Joseph Wayne Sibbitt 
Charles Willard Sigerson 
Walter Herman Skow 
Joseph Newton Smith 
Karl Bolender Smoyer 
William Pressley Springston 
Charles Herman Stotz 
Bradford Carl Sturgeon 
Richard Trelore Taylor 
James G. Thames 
William Busso Thomas 
Robert Emmett Thornhill 
James Fischer Towey, with Honors 
William Henry Tyson 
Gerald Frank Vaculik 
Terence Gregory Vane 
George Paul Wardley, Jr. 
James Victor Weber 
John Junior Weber 
Jackson Hart Wells 
Stuart Hanson White 
Philip Vandervoort Wiles 
Roy Kenneth Williams 
Richard Beck Wilson 
Samuel Oliver Witt 
Lee Lewellyn Wolfson 
William Edward Zempel 
Robert Henry Zenor 



In Industrial Administration 



Robert Paul Bear 
Joseph John Chorvat 
George John Dlesk 
Elmer Evans Dunlap 
Robert Joseph Ellingen 
James Denton Hodges 
Charles Bain Hoffman 
Charles Joseph Hosek 
Jerome Joseph Howe 
Joseph Bernard Jilbert 
James Ashley Koch 
Carl Arno Leupold 



Sheldon Samuel Levey 
Floyd Kenneth Long 
Charles Gilbert IMoreau 
Keith Owen, Jr. 
Byron Theodore Retry 
Philip Raymond Proctor 
William Eaton Rauschenberger 
John Bauman Roadhouse 
John Arnold Sandberg 
Leroy Vernon Simmons 
Samuel Edwin \'an Deest 



Charles Oliver Norris 



In Public Utilities 



In Trade and Civic Secretarial Service 

Frances Virginia Willoughby 



Marion Dorothy Theresa Cederwall 
with Honors 



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In Transportation 

Thomas Willard Bailey Sing-Ming Siao 

Robert Chauncey Collins Richard Edward Younggren 

Edward Earl Kantenwein 
Douglas Laurel Odell, with High 
Honors 



The College of Engineering 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Agricultural Engineering 
William Fl^lenwider Lytle John ]\Ierle Trummel 

In Ceramics 

William Charles Browning Carl Fredrick Schaefer 

Ervin Bruno Bruninga John Joseph Steencken 

Clayton George Haessler, with High 
Honors 

In Ceramic Engineering 

Gilbert Jaycox Cahoon Forrest Wilbur Nelson 

John Edward Cordes, with Honors Anton Rudolph Novy 

William David Ford Leland Dale Perry 

Joseph Goldberg William Joseph Price 

Robert Haynes Green Robert Avron Rosenblum 

Warren Raymond Johnson, with Leland Harold Smith 

High Honors Paul Herman Steencken 
Robert John AIcCann 

In Civil Engineering 

Robert Wayland Burke Leon Edward Leiferman 

Ira Thomas Chapman, with High James Burr Llewellyn, Jr. 

Honors Keith Carson Lowe 

Josiah Seeley Cooper, Jr. Raphael Phil Massarsky, with 
Donald Nathan Cortright, with Honors 

Honors Shamel Moore 

Edward Darwin Ebert, with Honors James William Mose 

Robert Detweiller Evans Richard Palmer Parshall 

George Lester Farnsworth, Jr., with Frank Augustus Reed 

Honors Philip Benjamin Sadtler 

Edward Smith Eraser, Jr., with High Albert Rudolph Starr 

Honors Frank Kenneth Veasman 

Emerson Eugene Hall Clarence Benjamin Williams, Jr. 
D.wiD Helman with Honors 

William Frank Huth Frank Edwin Wisely 
Ralph James Johnson, with Honors 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ig^g 



In Electrical Engineering 



Bertram Jerry Alport 

Amos Weedman Bateman, with 

Honors 
Harold Bunte 

Stephen Frederick Bushman 
John Bernard Cahill 
Carl Albert Carlsten 
Maurice Kilner Carr 
Arne Christensen 
Lincoln D. Cipriano 
John William Robert Creagh 
Frank Tempest DeWolf, with Honors 
Noel Eugene Dillow, with High 

Honors 
Peter Walter Douglas 
George Richard Dreier, Jr. 
Elmer Tryon Ebersol, Jr. 
Bernard Epstein 
Charles Donald Fahrnkopf 
Edwin John Fisher 
Jack Curtis Foss 
Harold Walker Eraser 
Kenneth Mace Gonseth 
Forrest Burton Goodrich 
Richard Owen Gray, with Honors 
Herbert David Harback 
Albert Jerold Hatch 
Alfred Bernard Horn, with Honors 
Theodore Clifton Hunter 
Walter John Korenevich 



Charles Arthur Lane, Jr. 

William Dwight Lyon 

Kenneth Dale Malick 

Lewis Edwin McCown, with Honors 

Harold Moyer Miller 

Max Milburn Pehl, with Honors 

Clifford Kenneth Poarch, with High 

Honors 
William Speed Price 
Howard Henry Reisman, with Honors 
Ernest Benjamin Rosner 
William Edward Schreiber 
Dale Howard Shick 
Joe Spengler 

Herbert Charles Stafford 
Robert E. Steinfort 
Paul George Stier 
Thaddeus Joseph Tomczyk 
Francis Kasmir Usalis 
John Samuel Wenger 
Burt Hudson Weston 
John Hubert Wetzel, with High 

Honors 
Richard Anthony Wetzel, with 

Honors 
Carl Edwin Frederick Wilke 
Robert John Williamson 
Robert Louis Zierjack 
Paul Joseph Vincent ZuERCEffiR 



In Engineering Physics 



Paul Frank Elarde 
Roger Kenneth Ericson 



Eldred Wilson Hough 



In General Engineering 



Ray Teed Alexander 
Melvin Edward Filers, with Honors 
William Sawyer Gilbert 
Maynard Michael Hufschmidt, with 
Honors 



Omer Jerome Long 
George Walter Miller 
Avon Joshua Nickerson 
William Allen Robertson 
George Spencer Trees 



In Mechanical Engineering 



Richard Walter Akemann 
Merrill James Anderson 
John Lewis Andrews 
CEaL Van Armbruster 
LoREN Frisk Ashwood 
Stanley Woodward Baker 
Robert Allen Banck 
James Donald Beaumont 



Harold Woodrow Berger 
Fred Theodore Blum, Jr. 
Mont Everett Bodine 
Harold William Bond 
Arthur Smith Brown 
DuANE Johnson Buckley 
Roger Parker Campbell 
Harold Wayne Carlson 



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Robert Henry Christy 

Philip James Stanley Clementz 

RoLLAND Arthur Clinite 

David Herold Cole 

Kenneth William Conerty 

Carter Lane Cooley 

Robert Stevens Darke, with High 

Honors 
Warren Gilbert Dugan, with High 

Honors 
Fred Augustus Eggers, with Honors 
Donald Rodney Elliott 
Carl Frederick Erikson 
Charles Durwood Evans, with 

Honors 
Norman Victor Fehrm 
Leonard Fieman 
Glenn R. Fouts, Jr. 
George Edward Frankland 
Robert William Gaines, with Honors 
Lee Connel Gatewood 
Edward White Geiser 
John Arrin Gillies, Jr. 
John Grennan Grubb 
Gilbert Victor Gullaksen 
Howard George Haake 
Edwin Walter Hagblom 
David William Harvick 
Leo Alfred Heffington 
John Wayland Hernlund 
Edward Carl Heubach 
James Marshall Hoffmann 
Morris Lee Hutchens 
Vi-SiNG Hylti, with High Honors 



Stephen Jacobs 

Ralph Joseph King 

Harold Francis Kleckner, with High 

Honors 
Robert Stafford Kluck 
Leo Frank Koesterer 
Henry Clarence Langille 
Herbert Elmer Lind 
Robert John Lindstrom 
Roy Vernon Lohmiller 
David Rand Mandelson 
Franklin Hotchkiss McKelvey 
Leonard Scott Minick 
Charles Franklin Mitchell 
Richard Paltl Molt, with Honors 
Douglas Clayton Montgomery, Jr. 
Joe Woodrow Morrison, with Honors 
Thomas Milton Morrow, with High 

Honors 
Ralph Moody Oberlink 
William Oliver Odgers 
Sam M. Paradiso 
Frank Joseph Rasmussen 
Robert Dale Rodwell 
Daniel Henry Rouse, Jr. 
Sam Sachs 

Robert Brown Shanks 
Kenneth Morris Smith 
Robert George Spelbrink 
Robert Louis Sutherland 
Elmer Lewis Tandrup 
John Leif Winge 
Wayne Bloomfield Yarcho, with 

Honors 
Vernon Matthew Z wicker 



In Metallurgical Engineering 



LeRoy Oscar Brooks 
Joseph Mueller Brownback 
Charles Dudley Bushee, Jr. 
Louis Phillip Thomas Fresch 
Don Robert Gosch 
Lewis Robert Kovac 
Raymond Dean Leake 
Kenneth Oliver London 
Roy Edward Lorentz, Jr., with High 
Honors 



Robert Erhard Mahr 
Clarence Stearns Nielsen 
Bartlett Root Price, with Honors 
George Frederick Roberts 
Michael William Senew 
Herman O. Smith, Jr. 
William H.\rry Walter 



In Mining Engineering 
John Richard Burns John Perkins Skinner 



In Railway Mechanical Engineering 
George Frederick Bachman Frank Owen Haymond, Jr. 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ig^g 



The College of Agriculture 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Agriculture 



Clyde Harley Ackerman, with 

High Honors 
Donald Allen, with Honors 
Fred Wendell Anderson 
Leland Harvey Anderson 
Charles Ater, Jr. 
Morris Harold Banner, with Highest 

Honors 
Perry Wayne Beal 
Edmond Harold Bennett 
Harold Daniel Bergman 
Russell Laverne Berry 
Orville Wayne Bottrell 
Carl Sylvan Brock, with Honors 
Sherman Corder Brown 
Donald Laurence Carman 
Ellsworth Varns Carmichael 
Robert Seely Cherry 
John Wesley Clifford, with Honors 
Wayne David Crone 
Clifford Ernest Delabar, with 

Honors 
Honshell Francis Dossey 
Joseph Thayer Drake, with Honors 
Richard Potter Drake, with Honors 
John Andrew Edwards 
Glenn Harmon Etherton 
Rollin Branyan Evans 
William Armstrong Ewan, with 

Highest Honors 
Albert Junior Fisher 
Robert Bryce Floyd 
Frank Xavier Fox, HI 
Raymond Matthew Frakes 
Ronald Maurice Frette 
Maurice Gilbert Gantzert 
Glenn Stewart Garvin 
Harvey Christian Graves, with 

Highest Honors 
Gordon Kern Grose 
William Philip Gruensfelder 
Delmar Eugene Gurley 
Raymond Leroy Haun 
Lee Roy Hays 
Herbert Ardell Heady 
William Paul Hendren 
Marvin Ward Hewitt 
Daniel James Holmes 
Joseph Everett Hubbard, with Honors 
Dwayne Orval Huff 
Wayne William Hunter 



Clay Ellis Hurst 

William Franklin Hutchinson 

Eben Junior Irish, with Honors 

Merle Lewis Jenkins 

William Peter Jensen 

Richard Elmer Johnson 

Charles Elvin Jordan 

Henry Menzo Jordan 

Carl Theodore Karlburg 

Harold Leroy Koeller, with High 

Honors 
Robert Kohn 
Jake Luther Krider, with Highest 

Honors 
DuANE Elmont Kuntz 
Meryl Frost Kurr, with High Honors 
Clifford Walter Landwer 
Orris Gail Lane 
Gerald Adam Lee, with Highest 

Honors 
Aaron Jacob Levine 
William Henry Lubben 
Richard Glen Lyon 
Paul Webster Malmgren 
Maurice Adams Marshall 
William Garth Marshall 
William David Masters 
Dan Raymond McClelland 
John Edgar McCue 
Stuart William Miller 
Howard Gray Minch 
James Herbert Moore 
George Allan Muehlhauser 
Leon Edmund Mull, with Honors 
Kenneth Dale Naden, with Highest 

Honors 
Melvin Henry Nelson, with Honors 
Homer Jason Norem 
Harold Edward Noren 
Charles Harvey Oathout, with 

Honors 
Eldon Franklin Oberlin 
Paul Nicholas Odell 
Robert William Oertel 
James Robert Paisley 
Frank Patton, Jr. 
Harold Frank Payne 
John Hunt Peasley, Jr. 
Ortheldo Arthur Peithman, with 

High Honors 
Everett Jefferson Peters 



Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ig^g 



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Kenneth Karl Plambeck 

Harry Joseph Plonsky, with Highest 

Honors 
Dean Harold Quin 
Ernest Lester Ramme 
Russell Fayette Richards, with 

Honors 
John Andrew Ridgway 
Stanley Procter Rouse 
Isaac Harmon Rowand 
Harvey David Safford 
Howard Raymond Satterfield 
Donald j\Iyer Schltltz 
Chester Lorraine Seibert 
Orison Raith Seibert 
Emmitt Albert Shellhammer 
Gerald Noah Shull 
Howard Edward Slibeck 
Nicholas Edward Sloan 
Wheeler Sloman 
Norman Louis Smith, with High 

Honors 



Edmund Peter Staff 
Francis Stuart Staley 
Orland Richard Stephenson 
Russell Kennedy Stivers, with 

Highest Honors 
Carl William Swanson 
Ralph James Thomas 
Gerald Clifton Thompson 
Louis Vexler 

Everett James Warwick, with Honors 
Milan Ellis Watson, with High 

Honors 
Bert Mills Whitlock, with High 

Honors 
Benjamin Herman Witte, Jr. 
Donald Ellis Womacks 
Ralph Bond Woodbridge 
James Edgar Wyckoff 
Henry Thomas Youngren 
DwiGHT Fredrick Zimmerman 
Robert Zinn, with Honors 



In Floriculture 



John Harry Bonhard 

Rex Marsiel Bunch, with Honors 



Anna Caroline Raut, with Highest 

Honors 
Lou Bernard Voigt, with Honors 



In Home Economics 



Bettie Strother Anderson 

Frances Anderson 

Winifred ]\L\ry Barclay 

Minta Jean Bartle 

Caroline Regina Beall 

Violet Marie Benham 

Jane Edna Bingemann 

Rose Elizabeth Brewer 

Margaret Ruth Brown 

Esther Anna Caroline Buhrmann 

Betty Jane Nelson Bushman 

Ellen Elizabeth Clark 

]\L\rtha Jane Coultas 

Fannie Lucile Cowing 

Betty Jean Curtis, with Honors 

Mary Norton Davidson 

Vivian Grace Dorch 

Manesa Amy Edwards 

Nancy Burton Eger 

Effie Ruth Elliot 

Kathyrn Dorothy Gabel 

Alice Lucille Gates 

Alice Glennon, with Highest Honors 

Phyllis Ann Goodwin 

Virginia Mae Gordon 

Ina Fay Hall 

Margery May Harkness 

Margaret Elizabeth Hedgcock 



Mildred Hilda Hemp 

Mary Jane Hinkel 

Helen Hoyt 

Ardis Gwendolyn Hubbs 

Myrtle Joye Iverson, with Honors 

Stella Anne Kanosky 

Helen Lucille Kesner 

Coleta Hotz Knewitz, with Honors 

Ruth Elizabeth Langford 

Helen Wisene Langham 

Wilda Lorene McKeown, with Honors 

Rachel Elizabeth Meharry 

Arlene June Mighell 

Barbara Elizabeth Moore, with 

Honors 
Vora Mosher 
Valera Marie Mulvane 
Muriel Elvera Nelson 
Rachel Thelma, Park 
Barbara June Pitts 
NoLiA Catherine Pope 
Pauline Augusta Rehner 
Esther Louise Riechman 
Esther Jemimia Rutherford, with 

Honors 
Violet Magdalene Schoeppel, with 

Highest Honors 
Helen Elizabeth Shaver 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 12, /pjp 



Lorraine Caroline Sherman 

Elizabeth Maxine Sievers 

Sister Mary Jude Judd, with Honors 

Lois Jane Smith 

Wilma Moose Smith 

Marie Alma Stewart 

Mary Louise Stropes 

Frances Helen Tuma 



Mary Elizabeth Tweedy, with 

Honors 
Esther Ruth Vahle 
Neva Jean Warburg 
Ruth Eileen Wyman 
June Evans Yarnell, with Honors 
Margaret Rose Zirckel 



The College of Education 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Education 



Jerome Ralph Adelman 

Ada Laura Albert 

Stanley Wilson Alcorn 

Evelyn Allard 

Betty Lou Alvey 

Charles Frederic Amaden 

Agnes Marie Anderson 

Alice Elizabeth Anderson 

Grace Elizabeth Andresen 

Robert Edson Arnold 

Dorothy Margaret Asa 

Willi Albert Aust 

Irene Frances Baker 

Phillip Haines Baker 

Virginia Anne Baker 

Betty Behner Barrie 

Avis Eleanor Beede, with Honors in 

Commercial Subjects 
Frances Margaret Bensen 
Glenn Winston Berg 
Irene Marie Bianchetta, with Honors 

in Education 
Gynath Margaret Billeter 
Ruth May Bingham 
Harriett Amalia Blomberg 
Vivian Eliza Blomquist 
Mary Elizabeth Blood 
Betty Bock 
LaMar Elza Borders 
Henry James Bothwell 
Uleta Margaret Brackman 
Clara Harriett Broom 
Florence Marie Brown 
Merlyn Fredrick Burris 
Walter Louis Butterfield 
Ruth Myrtle Byles 
Sam Lawrence Catanzarite 
Eloise Chamberlain 
Robert Bernie Coffman 
Frank Charles Conley 
Edward Joseph Corbett 
Marijane Dahlem, with Honors in 

Biology 
Liberty Rose Daniel 
Lewis Lyman Dehner 



Edward Robert DeZurko 

Shirley Marie Diemer 

Lilly V. Haley Downing 

Ruth Drake 

Lyle Henry Dremann 

Joseph Francis Dunn 

Mary Fae Durst 

Robert Tighe Erie 

Melvin Earl Ewing 

Milton Joseph Feldman, with Honors 

in Biology 
Helen Irene Feleki 
Gertrude Elizabeth Finnegan 
Arthur Gilmore Fish 
Josephine Mae Forrester 
Marianna Maxwell Fowler 
Rosalia Louise Freda 
E. Marlowe Freeburg 
Virginia Jacqueline Freeland 
Minnie Friedlander 
Helen Louise Fuhr 
Shirley Gailen 
Ruth Mary Gallagher 
Eleanor May Garm 
Nadine Hilma Goggin 
George LeRoy Gragg 
Marie Catherine Grych 
Robert Edward Haeflee 
Cleo Alfreda Hall 
LiLLis Frances Hall 
Helen Isabel Hamilton 
Robert Lynn Hamilton 
Bill Donald Haviland 
Catherine Ann Haworth 
Donn Walter Hayes 
Bernadine Catherine Hettinger 
Georgianna Penelope Hogan 
Carroll Brown Holman 
William Hubert Holman, with 

Honors in Mathematics 
Margaret Rosan Horan 
Omer Charles Houchin 
Frances Leah Howard 
Jessie Howard 
Jane Hubbard 



Candidates for Degrees, June 12, I039 



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Russell Deane Htjbbert 
Aldene Hupp 
Frank Valentine Huston 
Elizabeth Janet Hutchison, with 

High Honors in Biology 
Mary Margaret Inkster 
Lorain Irving Jarand 
William Mary Johnson 
Verna Rtjth Johnston 
Ruth Mae Kane 
Muriel Gloria Katzen 
Charlotte Pauline Keeler 
Martha Elaine Kennedy 
Mary Ellen Kennelly 
Charlotte Evelyn Keplinger 
^Margaret Jane Kimble 
Thomas James Kirby 
Ruth Kirchhoff 
Kathryn Marie Kirkhoff 
Joyce Alice Kiss 
Mildred Florence Kitzmiller 
Caroline Drucilla Knicklebine 
Joseph Francis Koenig 
Thaddeus Dennis Krolicki, with 

Honors in Mathematics 
Virginia Lanphar 
Edyth Leah Lebovitz 
Betty Jean Leggett 
Esther Rosalie Lillman 
Mary Elizabeth Limerick 
Margaret Hendrie Livingstone 
Margery Ann IMabrey 
Mary Elizabeth Manby 
Mary Carolyn Marshall 
Frances Gertrude Mayne 
Anthony Michael Mazeika 
Freeman Erton ]\IcConntxl, with 

Honors in English 
Tom Marshall AIcConnell 
Margaret Catherine McRoberts 
Eva Effie Meradith 
Max Underwood AIetcalf 
RuTHiE Natalie Metzger 
Zelma Bernice Metzler 
Betty Ann Miller 
Mayme Waneta Miller 
Muriel Idele Miller 
Rose Josephine Miller, with Honors 

in French 
^L\ry Elizabeth Mohler 
Robert Leroy Moore 
Katherine Jeanne Murray 
Ruth Elizabeth Musselman 
Margaret Mae Myers 
Patricia Dyan Myron 
Lois Jane Nelson 
Wilma Wave Newcomb 
Raymond Ellsworth Newton 
Tom Nisbet 
Ruth Evaline North 
Helen Dorothy Novark, with Honors 

in Education 
Maxine Yates Oliver 



Woodrow Wilson Packard 

Lonnie Feron Parr, Jr. 

Marian Lucille Pearson, with Honors 

in English 
Philip Anthony Pezzoli 
Gertrude Roberta Pfeil, with Honors 

in Education 
Mary Elizabeth Phillippe 
John Walter Phillips, with Honors 

in French 
Anne Louise Potter 
Florence Antoinette Powell 
Mary Josephine Prather 
Rosemary Putting 
Roberta Frances Raikes, with Honors 

in Biology 
Ethel Louise Reichert 
Victor Charles Reichert 
Reuben Alfred Reingardt 
Marguerite Adeline Remillard 
Walter John Reysen 
John Averil Richard 
Betty Jane Roe 
Katherine Ropiequet, with Honors 

in Education 
Shirley Ethrae Ross 
Ruth Elizabeth Roth 
Irma Sophia Sancken 
Sophia Elizabeth Sanders 
Ruth Louise Sands 
Pearl Schroeder 
Virginia Jean Schulte, with Honors 

in Education and History 
Cary Elizabeth Schuyler 
Kathryn Mabel Scott 
Samuel Nathan Shapiro 
Esther Irene Sheehy 
Eleanor Mary Sheridan 
Phylita Ellen Shinneman 
Joseph Clarence Sibigtroth 
Frank Joseph Skoff, with Honors in 

English 
Eva Zella Smiley 
LeRoy Arthur Snyder 
Charlotte Naomi Soble 
Harriet Louise Solomon 
Gladys Eileen Sparks 
Aaron Spolin 
Rose Mary Stiarwalt 
Roberta Mary Strong 
Howard William Stuebner 
Mary Denise Sullivan 
Ann Jeannette Thilmony 
John Bainbridge Thune, with Honors 

in Education 
Phyllis Maxine Tillitson 
William Everett Truce 
Robert Francis Turner 
Lenore Joanne Ufkes 
Joseph Draycott Unwin 
Alice June Van de Venter 
Charlotte Crackel Van Houten 
Jeanne Van Petten 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 12, ipsp 



Rose Visona 
Robert Bruce Watson 
Barbara Jean Wechter 
Kenneth Earl Wegner 
Robert Joseph Wehrli 
Ruth Weiner 
Thomas Albert Weir 
Mary Jeanette Welty 
Dorothy Esther Westberg 
Hilda Minnette Wetzel 
Roger Wright Williams 



Willard Wayne Witte 

Doris Evelyn Wittmann 

Betty Woller 

Caroline A'Tiller Wright 

Leah Aura Young 

Mary Jane Zahnen 

Roger Lee Zeller 

Solomon S. Zevin 

Mary Alice Zielinski 

Kenneth Walter Zimmerman 

Dorothy Jane Zoern 



In Agricultural Education 



Elden Arthur Crump 
Morton Walter Evans 



Homer Lewis Price 
Oscar Eric Swanson 



In Home Economics Education 



Wavenelle Vera Cole 
Martha Elizabeth Parker, v^rith 
Honors in Home Economics 



Helen Ruth Starck 
Virginia Lela Trappe 



In Industrial Education 



John Alexander Fuzak 
David Edw^ard Graf 

William Edward Nagel 



Paul Pacilio 

Louis Albert Piller 

Walter Everette Weffenstette 



The College of Fine and Applied Arts 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Architectural Engineering 



Donald Ernest Anderson, with 

Honors 
John Spencer Cunningham 
Charles Thomas Donegan 
Nello Farneti 

Willard Clarence Hart, with Honors 
Christopher DeJean Hercules, with 

High Honors 
Frederick John Hoeppner 
Bernard Edward Kinsock 
Kenneth Irving Charles Knudson 



John Edward Martin 

Otis Jennings McCoy 

John Bert Palmer, with Honors 

Howard Emerson Phillips, with 

Honors 
Ronald Milton Porteous 
Andrew Budge Reid 
Harold Nathan Schneider 
Charles Jerome Schreiber 
Richard Burdette Williams 



In Architecture 



Corwin L. Booth 
Bernard Anthony Brunetti 
Paul Rader Campagna 
Glenn Allen Galaway 
George Francis Higgins 
Eric John Thomas Jauch 
Charles Madison Pulley 
Samuel Ernest Sanner 



Leonard Max Schober, with High 

Honors 
George Frederick Schreiber, Jr. 
Eric Wilburn Smith, Jr. 
Lawrence Lattin Smith 
Albert Thornton Smithson, Jr. 
Lambert James Soucek 
Fred Carter Williams 



In Music Education 



Vera Dorothea Britton 
Ruth-Helen Burlison, with High 
Honors 



Stella Mae Chittum 

Anne Rae Cohen 

Ralph Fiorentini, with Honors 



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Janet Flentje Ralph Edwin Shank 

Hagin Perry Harper Howard Grant Smart 

Marjorie Nelle Johnson Marianne Maxine Stephens 

Bernhardt ^Iax "Kuschel Harold Palmer Toombs 

James Gordon Pettigrew Joseph Isaiah Turner 

Wilson Jay Pontius Marjorie Genevieve Ward, with 
Elizabeth Mable Scheddell Honors 

Haskell Orlando Sexton, with High Lewis Kenneth Zerby, with Honors 
Honors 

The Degree of Bachelor of Music 

Miles C. Hartley, with High Honors Glen Cyrus Stewart 

Donald Lawrence Pfohl George Mitchell Turmail, with 
Lee Anthony Pizzuto Honors 

BiRUTE Elizabeth Sarpalius Keith Leroy Wilson, with High 
Rachel Louise Smith, with High Honors 

Honors 

The Degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts 

In Art Education 

David Edwin Bernard Freda Sara Ann Borden, with 

Margaret Hanetta Berr, with Honors 

Honors Sara Mildred Cronkhite 

In Commercial Design 

Martha Ann Huff, with Honors Julius Sartoris 

Louis Sven Petersen 

In Industrial Design 

Dudley Crawford Pulliam, with 
Honors 

In Landscape Architecture 

Alton Ralph Fisher Harris Joseph Mulroney 

John Francis Henry Lonergan Robert LaFollette Zander 

Eugene Richard Martini, with High 
Honors 

In Landscape Architecture, City Planning Option 
Roy Whittaker Clough 

In Painting 

Marguerite Dolch Neil Elwayne Kelsey 

Beulah Pauline Featherstone, with Edith Warrick Squires 

High Honors Mary Louise Strohl 
Eloise Margaret Isley, with Honors 

The School of Journalism 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Journalism 

Harold Kampf Adams Robert Paul Boers 

Phyllis Joyce Antilla Mack Hudson Booze 



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Candidates for Degrees, June 12, iQ^g 



Edward Richard Borman 
John Andrew Bowman 
Bernice Evelyn Brady 
Rodney Joseph Brenner 
Edwin George Richard Bruell 
David Riedinger Buschman, with 

Honors 
William Walker Cassell, with 

Honors 
Carl Peden Croninger 
Charlotte Selma Cushman 
Stanley Ray Dallas 
James William Du Molin 
Howard Stanley Ellmore 
LoRiN Ashley Ellsworth 
Walter Newton Forester 
Virginia O'dear Frank, with Honors 
John Francis Froehlich 
William Robert Gerler 
Norma Jean Gillingham, with Honors 
Franklin Elmore Glass, with Honors 
Richard Leslie Gordon 
William Bernard Grumley 
Robert Leslie Hardaker 
Harrell Ringo Hoffman 
William Bennett Hugill 
James Woodrow Ingram 
Stanley Amos Jones 
Howard Marlin Landwehr 
Jack Dudley Lawler 
Martha Alberta Maier 



Elmer Martin, Jr. 
Olive Lorraine Martin 
WiLMA La Verne McEncroe 
George Wilson McFedries 
Betty McLallen 
Norman William AIisek 
Mary Catherine Moore 
Daniel Benedict Murphy 
Sarah Irene Novick 
Arthur Francis O'Connor, Jr. 
Edward Michael Papp 
Eugene Timothy Reedy 
Thalma-Lee Reynolds 
John Patrick Rogers 
Marilyn Sylvia Romm 
Annetta Schreck 
Robert Doyle Shaffer 
I\Iary Elizabeth Sihler 
Donna Gertrude Silkey 
Elizabeth Louise Smith 
Rosemary Frances Smith 
Alberta Pauline Stocker 
Lois Elaine Tanis 
Francis Mortimer Taylor 
Mary Elizabeth Utterback 
Fred Lawrence Vance 
Marcia Eolene Watson 
Gerald Wayne Whitted 
Lois Jean Winterberg 
Shirley Mae Wolfson 



The School of Physical Education 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Physical Education 



Hiram Aiken, Jr. 

Jack Boswell 

Paul Wesley Brown 

Clarence West Cleveland 

Wayne Hulbert Crawford 

Margaret Elizabeth Fairbairn, with 

Honors 
Charles Elliott Farrington 
Mildred Mary Louise Feres 
Margery Ann Flaningam 
Judith Goldman 
Ruth Leah Goldman 
George William Greenwood 
Gladys Mae Hanson 
Crane Marshall Heflin Hornor 
Mary Jewell Hosford, with Honors 
Josephine Fa Ireland 
Earl Jansen 



Shirley Dinsmore Keller 
Melvin Benjamin King 
Kathryn Eleanor Kipp 
Jane Carolyn Laurence, with High 

Honors 
Wesley Coleman Leverich 
Virginia Ida Lindblad 
Rachel Naomi Means 
Francis Rudolph Minert 
Eleanor Ruth Newman 
James Frank Placek 
Charles Edward Rogers 
Harry A. Ruyter 
Dorothy Jeanne Scott 
Wilson Joe Seldon 
DwiGHT Allen Shanks 
Josephine Agnes Wipior 
Theodore Charles Zayner 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago 
June 9, 1939 



The College of Pharmacy 



The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Pharmacy 



Joseph Benda 

Edward Berger 

Nathan Harold Brin 

Bernard Benjamin Brody, Ph.C, 

1930; LL.B., Chicago-Kent College 

of Law, 1937 
Rudolph Bromberg 
Joseph Frank Celer 
John Joseph Cermak, Jr. 
Ednamae Chapman 
Jack Chester 

BoLESLAUS Theodore Cienciwa 
Martin Henry Cohen 
Richard Luther Cross 
Is ADORE Edwin Cutler 
Thomas Chris Dabovich 

Sol J. FiNKELMAN 

Mylon O. Fisher 

Edward Fried 

Emile H. Gerchenson 

Walter Lawrence Griffith 

Albert Peter Heimsath, with Honors 

John Wilcox Hendricks 

Ben Herman 

Sibyl Virginia Homann 

Emanutl Joseph Kaucky 

Albert ]Mathew Keeper 

Jacob Thomas Keeper 

Julius Carl Klotz 

Frank Kozlicki 

Irving Kravets 

Bernard Krugly 



Raymond Conrad Laczny 

Eleanor Lee Leininger 

Philip A. Lerman 

Louis Levensbaum 

Antoinette Marie Lizzadro 

John Francis Manning 

Francis Anthony Mladinov 

Bruno Robert Modzelewski 

Charles Joseph Mrazek, Jr. 

Hubert Joseph Nudd 

Joseph Bernard Para 

Thomas Michael Payne 

Gordon Dale Ramsay 

Joseph Ernest Riedl 

Lawrence Edward Rook 

Philip D. Rosen 

Michael Anton Sacauskis 

Is.'^dore Silberman, with Honors 

Sister Mary Grace Kujawa, Ph.B. 

De Paul University, 1933 
Ben Isadore Smaller, with High 

Honors 
Joseph Louis Sokolov 
George Sorokin 
Morey James Spivak 
Daniel Ollie Stevens 
Sam Tenner 

Victor Lennes Threlkeld 
Carl William Weber, with Honors 
Melvin Weinstein 
Aleck Zeitz 
John Joseph Zugich 



The College of Dentistry 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Dentistry 



George Herman Belkin, A.B., 

University of Alabama, 1936 
Glen Eugene Bone 
Russell Wilford Cauldwell 



Herman Joseph Cohen, A.B., New 

York University, 1937 
Elmer Arthur Eckert 
Albert Ferencz 



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40 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June g, IQS9 



Jesse Goldstein 
Herbert Francis Heaton 
Walter Morris Hollander 
Franklin Frederick Hulswit 
Seymour Joseph Kaplan 
Wayne Joseph Kin singer 
Stanley Marvin Kowalski 
Leo Lefkow, A.B., University of 

Michigan, 1933 
Bernard Samuel Levin 
Samuel S. Libbin 



Charles Bernard McAloon 
Philip James Modjeski 
Frank Joseph Orland 
Ross William Remensnyder 
Arthur Hulvei Schoondermark 
Milton Joseph Silowitz 
Roger Kenneth Stockton 
Everett Lindsey Upton 
Rudolph George Weihe 
Norbert John Wilde 
Arshag Arthur Yakoubian 



The Degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery 



Alfred Block, A.B., University of 

Michigan, 1934; B.S., 1937 
John Victor Borden, B.S., 1938 
Alexander Donshik, B.S., 1937 
Morris Eigen, B.S., 1937 
Eric Falkenstein, Dr.Med.Dent., 
Friedrich-Wilhelms University 
at Bonn, 1931 
Nathan Haynes Feinstein, B.S., 1938 
Jack William Goodman, B.S., 1937 
Richard Holic, B.S., 1937 
Irving Julian Holstein, B.S., 1937 
Franklin Andrew Johnson, B.S., 1937 



Harold Kasden, B.S., College of the 

City of New York, 1935 
Maury Massler, B.S., New York 

University, 1932, with Honors 
Henry Stanley Radziewicz, A.B., 

New York University, 1935 ; 

B.S., 1937 
James Eugene Sayler, B.S., 1938 
Abraham Silverstein, B.S., 1937 
Solomon L Smith, B.S., 1937 
William Robert Stanmeyer, B.S., 1937 
Roger Kenneth Stockton 
Edward Joseph Sullivan, B.S., 1937 



The College of Medicine 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Medicine 



Raymond Henry Abrams 

Armand Dorrance Albrecht 

William Appel 

Herbert Isadore Arbeiter 

Marvin Arenstein 

Theodore Benell 

Leslie Mathew Bodnar 

Loren McClellan Boon 

Ctimir Silas Brazda, D.D.S., Chicago 

College of Dental Surgery, 1925 
Harold Louis Briskin 
Donald Larue Brubaker 
Merton Ervin Burhans 
William Joseph Butler, with Honors 
Alfred George Chione 
John Sheldon Clark, Jr. 
Albert Cohan 
James Thomas Cunningham 
Lawrence DeRenne 
Alfred Aron Diamond 
James Theodore Donosky 
Arnold Plaine Drucker 
John Gates Ersfeld 
Edith Farr 



James Brierton Flanagan 

Sam Fogelhut 

Samuel Henry Fraerman 

Alex Gerber 

Robert Ginsberg 

Lloyd Arion Gittelson, with Honors 

Edward James Giunta 

Milton L. Goldberg, with Honors 

Bernard Gomberg 

Harry Yerkes Greeley 

Robert Leslie Grissom, with Honors 

Marc Hale Hollender 

Robert Martin House 

Allen Charles Hrejsa 

Samuel Richard Joseph 

Selma Kaderman 

Sidney Charles Kahn 

Sidney Joseph Kaplan 

William Francis Kiely 

Herbert Wolfgang Korngold 

Charles Tash Lane, B.S., 1936 

Henry Michael Levinson 

Philip Joseph Lopresti 

Samuel Sidney Lyon 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June g, iQSP 



41 



Edward Valentine AIadejczyk, with 

Honors 
Robert Arthur Milroy 
Ivor Hugh Morris, Jr. 
Leland James Mortenson 
Jack Arthur Moskovitz 
Joshua Oden, Jr. 
Irving Robert Ohrenstein 
Joseph Frank Orrico 
Marvin Pershing Padorr 
Roy Frank Perkins, with High 

Honors 
Walter John Piotrowski 
Esther Ruth Pizer, with Honors 
George Washington Post, IV 
Samufi. Paul Roark, B.S., University 

of Notre Dame, 1937 
Arthur Attilio Rodriquez 
Jack Rodriquez 
Jasper Newton Ross 
Laurence Hyman Rubenstein, with 

Honors 
Lester Howard Rudy 
Truman Benjamin Schertz 



Edward Jacob Schwartz 
Adrian Russell Magill Sears 
Alvin Seltzer, with High Honors 
Sidney John Shafer 

AVIVA SiLBERT 

Emanuel M. Skolnik, with Honors 

Herbert Pearl Sloan 

Joseph Louis Spezia 

Georgia Agnes Stancik 

Richard Mitten Steinberg, with High 

Honors 
William Steinman 
Robert Fred Stokes, with Honors 
Herman Hull Stone 
Marvin Harold Strick 
Lawrence Kimbrough Taylor 
Harold Forrest Trafton, with 

Honors 
George Hugh Waller, Jr. 
Shirley Sarah Waxler 
Julius Jakle Weinberg 
Leon Herbert Weiss 
Alvin Allen Zeman 



The Certificate in Medicine 



Morris Ail^n Adland, B.S., 1937 
Donald William Anderson, B.S., 1937 
Stanley Edward Anderson, B.S., 1937 
G. William Arends, B.S., 1937 
Soddie James Barkett, B.S., 1937 
Adolph Bartoli, Jr., B.S., 1937 
Leonard Albert Becker, A.B., B.S., 

1937 
Robert Archie Beebe, B.S., 1937 
Palt Binder, B.S., 1937 
Jack James Bocian, B.S., 1937 
Emmert George Boeke, B.S., 1937 
George Borshevsky, B.S., 1939 
George Joseph Brebis, B.S., 1937, with 

Honors 
Theodore Wallingford Brown, B.S., 

1937 
William John Brown, B.S., 1937 
Alexander Maurice Buchholz, B.S., 

1937 
Joseph Harry Buckley, B.S., 1937 
Michael Joseph Campbell, B.S., 1938 
Stephen ^L\tthew Chasten, B.S., 

1937 
George Joseph Cooper, B.S., 1937 
Raymond Francis Corpe, B.S., Eureka 

College, 1934 
Melvin Hugh Crocker 
Thomas Stewart Gumming, B.S., 1937 
David Thomas Curtis, B.S., 1937 



Emil Stephan Danishek, B.S., 1937 
Albert Harold Diamondstone, B.S., 

1937 
Sheldon Edward Domm, A.B., North 

Central College, 1934; A.M., 1935, 

with Honors 
Ralph Marvin Dorne, B.S., 1937 
AIaurice Joseph Drell, B.S., 1937 
Jack Walter Dworin, B.S., 1937, with 

Honors 
Louis Ehrlich, Ph.C, B.S., 1933, 1937 
Norman James Ehrlich, B.S., 1937, 

with Honors 
Harold ^Martin Engle, B.S., 1937 
Robert Birger Engstrom, A.B., 1935 
Peter Thomas Esposito, B.S., 1937 
Edith Farr 

James Cone Fash, B.S., 1937 
Lawrence Edmund Foster, B.S., 1937 
Kieffer Evans Frantz, B.S., 1937 
Leon Philip Gardner, B.S., 1937 
Harold Xen Gerber, B.S., 1937 
Norman Byron Geyer, A.B., Carleton 

College, 1935 
Hyman Harry Gordon, B.S., 1937 
John Theodore Gregorio 
Harold Anthony Grimm, B.S., 1937 
Edward Stanley Grossman, B.S., 1937 
William Louis Grossman 
Norton Robert Groth, B.S., 1937 



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Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June g, 1939 



Thrift Gene Hanks, B.S., M.S., 1936, 

1937 
Florence Eunice Hart, B.S., 1937 
Melville Daniel Hartman, A.B., 1935 
Fred Albert Heimstra, B.S., 1937 
Jack M. Hellman 
Robert Rudolph Herbst 
Raymond Hofstra, A.B., Calvin Col- 
lege, 1933 
Howard Russell Hone, B.S., 
Wheaton College, 1935, with 
Honors 
Andrew Jerome Hurter 
Rex Leroy Iler, A.B., 1935 
John Baptist Ioriatti, B.S., 1937 
Arthur Israel Janus, B.S., Univer- 
sity of Chicago, 193 1 
Harold Herman Joffe, B.S., 1937 
Aldona Ann Juska, B.S., 1937 
Benjamin Barnett Kaplan, B.S., Uni- 
versity of Chicago, 1933 
Delbert Cleo Kelly 
Herman George Klamka 
Harold Todd Klein, A.B., New York 

University, 1936, with Honors 
Louis Klein, B.S., 1937 
Sidney Klein, Ph.G., B.S., 1926, 1937 
Sidney Kligerman, B.S., 1937 
Sydney Maurice Kolodny, B.S., 1937 
Paul Kotin, B.S., 1937 
Charles Rudolph Kudolla, B.S., 1937 
Edward Wickliffe Kunckel, B.S., 

1937 
Joseph Francis Kuzma, B.S., 1937 
Morris Lang, B.S., 1937 
IsADORE Lerner, B.S., 1937 
Philip Lerner, B.S., 1937 
Lawrence Arnold Levitin, B.S., 1937 
Robert Lippert 
Samuel Sebastian Lombardo, B.S., 

1938 
Howard Arthur Lowy, Ph.C, B.S., 

1934, 1937 
Edward Steven Lundgren 
Lawrence Stanley Mann, B.S., 1937 
CoYE Carlton Mason, B.S., 1937 
Delbert Wesley McKinney, B.S., 

1937 
Jack William Millis, B.S., 1938 
John Anthony Mirro, B.S., 1937 
Chauncey Lee Morton, B.S., 1937 
George Harley Moseley, HI, A.B., 

1936 
Carl Robert Newman, B.S., 1936, 

with Honors 
Dorothy Jean Niederman, B.S., 1937, 

with Honors 
Benjamin Francis Novack, B.S., 1937 
Adrian Robert Oleck 
Seymour Leon Osher 



Amiel Lewis Palermo, Ph.C, Val- 
paraiso University, 1929; B.S., 

1937 
James Donald Pierce, B.S., 1938 
Edward Bernard Plattner, B.S., 

1937, with High Honors 
David Morton Porte 
Jerome Casimir Prusinski 
Anita Esterre Rapoport, B.S., Lewis 

Institute, 1934 
William Elon Rapp, B.S., 1939 
Frank Kondziorski Raymond, B.S., 

1937 
Irving Maynard Reingold, B.S., 1937 
David Rest, B.Mus.Ed., Northwestern 

University, 1931 
Gordon Laraway Richards, B.S., 1937 
Julius Benjamin Richmond, B.S., 

I937r with Honors 
Robert Dixon Roane, B.S., 1937 
Albert R. Rosanova, B.S., 1937 
Leo Leiff Roseman, B.S., 1935 
William Elles Russell, B.S., 1937 
Arthur Keller Salberg 
Francis Joseph Sazama, B.S., 1937 
William Rhinehart Schick 
Isadore Joseph Schiff 
MiLO Hill Schosser, B.S., 1937 
Adrian Leonard Schreiber, B.S., 1937 
AIanuel Schreiber, B.S., 1937 
Edward Emil Schumacher, B.S., 1937 
Louis Schwartz, B.S., 1938 
MoREY Max Segal 
William Thurman Shaffer, Jr., B.S., 

1937 
Maynard Irwin Shapiro, B.S., 1937 
Thomas Victor Shiels 
Benjamin Franklin Shirer, Jr., B.S., 

1937 
Albert Joseph Simon, B.S., 1937, with 

Honors 
Melvin Simonson, B.S., 1937 
Robert Rice Snively, B.S., 1939, with 

High Honors 
Herman C Sprecher, B.S., 1937 
Bernard Strassman, B.S., 1937 
Albert Sumner, B.S., 1937 
Evert Anders Swensson, B.S., 1937 
William Porter Swisher, B.S., Beloit 

College, 1935 
Leo Tepper, B.S., 1936, with Honors 
Ralph Strong Turner, B.S., 1937 
George Edward Twente, B.S., 1937 
Boris Sergei Ury, B.S., University of 

Chicago, 1935 
Roger Alan Van Atta, B.S., 1937 
LeRoy Eugene Walter, B.S., 1938 
Edward Francis Webb 
Homer Fauquier Weir, A.B., 1935, 

with Honors 



Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June p, iQS9 43 

Philip Thomas Weisbach, Jr., B.S., Evelyn Martha Witthoff, B.S., 1937 

1937 Laddie Walter Zeman, B.S., 1937 

Henry Sol Weiskopf, B.S., 1937 William Joseph Zimring, B.S., 1937 

Alvin Weiss, B.S., 1937 Irving Herman Zitman, B.S., 1937, 
Irving Weissman, B.S., 1938 with High Honors 

Carl Elmer Westmark, B.S., 1938 

The Degree of Bachelor of Medicine 

Cornell Leonard Derengoski, B.S., Eugene Spierer, B.S., 1937 

Notre Dame University, 1934 Harold Israel Tarre 

John Stephen ^Martin, Ph.G., B.S., Glenn Clarence Wolf, A.B., 1936 
1926, 1937, with Honors 



The Graduate School 

The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

In Anatomy 

Russell Lowell Mixter, A.B., Wheaton College, 1928; M.S., Michigan State 
College, 1930. On the significance of the pleural milk spots. 

The Degree of Master of Science 

In Bacteriology 

Charles Harrison Harp, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1936 
Glenn Clarence Wolf, A.B., 1936 

In Dental Histology 

Fred Herzberg, B.S., D.D.S., Northwestern University, 1932 
Murray Mitchell Hoffman, B.S., D.D.S., 1935, 1937 

In Medicine 
George Joseph Brebis, B.S., 1937 

In Neurology and Neurological Surgery 

David Rest, B.Mus.Ed., Northwestern University, 1931 
Boris Sergei Ury, B.S., University of Chicago, 1935 

In Obstetrics and Gynecology 

George Fielding Hibbert, B.S., University of Chicago, 1918; M.D., Rush Medical 
College, 1921 

In Orthodontia 
James William Adams, D.D.S., Ohio State University, 1936 

In Pathology 
Roy DuPont Templeton, B.S., University of Chicago, 1923 



44 Degrees Conferred in Chicago, June p, iqs9 

In Pediatrics 

John Stephen Martin, Ph.G., B.S., 1926, 1937 

Homer Fauquier Weir, A.B., 1935 , 

In Physiological Chemistry 

Harold Robert Cohen, B.S., University of Chicago, 1938 

Norman James Ehrlich, B.S., 1937 

Harold Xen Gerber, B.S., 1937 

Ruth Virginia Madison, B.S., 1937 

Lawrence Stanley Mann, B.S., 1937 

Leo Joseph Novak, A.B., 1935 

In Physiology 

Adolph Bartoli, Jr., B.S., 1937 

Herman Paul Carstens, B.S., University of Chicago, 1932 

Mary Cornelia Patras, B.S., M.D., Loyola University, 1932, 1935 

Edward Bernard Plattner, B.S., 1937 

Julius Benjamin Richmond, B.S., 1937 



Degrees Conferred Since the Last 
Commencement 



Conferred in August and October, 1938, 
and in February, ipSQ 

The Graduate School 

The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy 

In Agronomy 

Eric Winters, Jr., B.S., M.S., 1927, 1930. The migration of iron and manganese 
in colloidal systems. (October) 

In Bacteriology 

Doris Schneider Cook, A.B., A.M., 1932, 1933. A study of pathogenic torulae. 
(October) 

In Chemistry 

John Anderson, A.B., Georgetown College, 1934. Syntheses of some substituted 

coumaranones. (October) 
Charles Roland Eddy, B.S., Brown University, 1935. An investigation of the 

influence of impurities on the dissociation of gases in the electrode-less 

discharge. (October) 
Sylvan Owen Greenlee, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1935; 

A.M., 1936. Activity of the methylene group in the isomeric nitrobenzyl-p- 

tolyl sulfones. (February) 
Alva Joseph Johanson, A.B., A.M., Brigham Young University, 1931, 1934. 

Some analogues of sulfanilamide. (October) 
Errol Bathurst ]Middleton, A.B., M.S., 1919, 1921. Coordination compounds of 

some polydentate cyclic amines. I. Tridentate amines. II. Bidentate amines. 

(October) 
William Jennings Peppel, B.S., University of Michigan, 1936. Rearrangements 

of polyynes. (February) 
Sister Mary Josetta Butler, B.S., St. Xavier College, 1935; M.S., 1936. A 

study of the derivatives of sulfamic acid. (February) 
Roderick Wharley Spence, A.B., Huron College, 1933. A study of the properties 

of iodine films on tungsten. (February) 
Virgil Richard Sullivan, B.S., M.S., 1921, 1936. New instruments in volumetric 

analj'sis. The electron beam sectrometer. Line operated vacuum tube 

titrimeters with cathode-ray tube replacement of the micro-ammeter. 

(February) 
Michael Sveda, B.S., Toledo University, 1934. Alkyl and aryl sulfamic acids 

and their derivatives. (February) 
WiLBERT August Taebel, B.S., Elmhurst College, 1935 ; M.S., 1936. Observations 

on the rare earths. I. The reduction of Europium to the divalent state. II. 

Studies on the chemical reduction of ytterbium. (October) 
Willard Philip Tyler, B.S., M.S., Oregon State College, 1931, 1933. X-ray and 

physical-chemical studies of hydrous lead oxide and normal and active lead 

monoxides. (October) 

In Classics 

Gaylia Myrna Goode, A.B., Eureka College, 1935 ; A.M., 1936. The appropriate 
name in Petronius. (October) 

45 



46 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

William Millard Seaman, A.B., College of Wooster, 1930; A.M., 1931. The 

appropriate name in Plautus. (February) 
Palmer Louis Zickgraf, A.B., A.M., Indiana University, 1930, 1931. Aspects of 

tax exemption under the Roman Empire. (February) 

In Economics 

Robert R. Hudelson, B.S., 1912; A.M., University of Missouri, 1915. The 
appraisal of farm land with special reference to Illinois. (February) 

In English 

Daniel Robert Lang, A.B., Elmhurst College, 1928; A.M., Washington Univer- 
sity, 1930. Dr. Samuel Johnson in America. A study of his reputation: 
1750-1812. (February) 

Hilda Josephine Lawson, B.S., Miner Teachers College, 1934; A.M., Howard 
University, 1935. The negro in American drama. (February) 

Robert Gibbs Mood, A.B., Southwestern University, 1920; A.M., Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1925. Maria Edgeworth's apprenticeship. (February) 

Charles Harlen Shattuck, A.B., A.M., 1932, 1934. The dramatic collaborations 
of William Charles Macready. (October) 

Harold Peyton Wheeler, A.B., Wofford College, 1928; A.M., Duke Univer- 
sity, 1929. Studies in sixteenth century English literature of rustic life. 
(October) 

In German 

Guy Waldo Dunnington, A.B., A.M., Washington and Lee University, 1928, 
1929. The relationship of Jean Paul to Karl Philipp Moritz. (October) 

Karl-Heinz Planitz, A.B., A.M., 1934, 1935. Das Vernaeltnis des Koelner 
Liederbuechleins CA. 1580 zum Frankfurter Liederbuechlein 1580. (October) 

In History 

Sister Mary Gilbert Kelly, O.P., A.B., Rosary College, 1925; A.M., 1931. A 
history of Catholic immigration colonization projects in the United States, 
1815-1860. (October) 

William Gerbing Wood, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1927 ; A.M., 1933. 
The annual ships of the South Sea Company, 1711-1736. (October) 

In Mathematics 

Morris Teles, B.S., Tulane University, 1933 ; M.S., University of Chicago, 1935. 
Geodesic correspondence between Riemannian spaces. (October) 

In Political Science 

Gilbert Gillespie Lentz, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 
1931 ; A.M., 1932. The enforcement of the orders of State Public Service 
Commissions. (October) 

In Psychology 

William Berkeley Singer, A.B., A.M., Reed College, 1932, 1934. An experi- 
mental study of the specificity of affective responses. (October) 

In Romance Languages 

Wilson Cathey LaDue, A.B., Greenville College, 1924; A.M., University of 
Michigan, 1928. Paul Bourget and the French Roman A These. (February) 

In Zoology 

Howard L. Gravett, A.B., James Millikin University, 1933 ; A.M., 1934. Phono- 
genetic studies in the bar series of Drosophila Melanogaster. (February) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 47 

The Degree of Master of Arts 

In Chemistry 

Leallyn Burr Clapp, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1935 

(Februan,') 
Herbert Milton Irwin, Jr., B.S., Harvard College, 1937 (October) 
Robert Bruce Moffett, A.B., Hanover College, 1937 (February) 

In Classics 

Ruth Eloise Birney, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1932 (October) 

Lexxie Lenora Gross, A.B., Wheaton College, 1931 (October) 

Lois Virginia Hunt, A.B., 1932 (October) 

LaVerne Marjorie Sammons, B.S., 1937 (October) 

Aline Elizabeth Schultz, A.B., 1933 (February) 

Clarice Vivian Swinford, B.S., 1930 (February) 

Edwin Richard Tallmadge, A.B., Wheaton College, 1937 (August) 

Margaret Aldythe Taylor, B.S., 1933 (February) 

In Economics 

Cornelia Yaeger Miller, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal Unuiversity, 

1934 (October) 
Hwei-Ylten Ni, A.B., University of Nanking, 1931 (February) 
Sister Mary Michael Flynn, A.B., Clarke College, 1924; B.S., 1931 (August) 
Harry Lawless Wilkey, B.S., University of Iowa, 1930 (August) 

In Education 

Lotns E. Aaron, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1936 

(August) 
Frank Seymour Albright, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1928 (August) 
Charles Robert Allen, Ph.B., Shurtleff College, 1931 (February) 
Frederick James Armistead, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1938 (August) 
"William Francis Bealer, B.S., 1937 (August) 
Hugh Othel Belford, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1933 

(October) 
BoN Oliver Brown, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 

(August) 
Helen Louise Burgoyne, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1937 (August) 
WiLLi.\M Horace Carruthers, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal LTniversity, 

1929 (October) 
Fred H. Chapman, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 

(October) 
Helen Chiles, A.B., Illinois Woman's College, 1922 (August) 
Nellie Zehner Clabaugh, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1925 

(August) 
Helen Hollandsworth Clark, A.B., 1917 (August) 
Eileen Connolly, A.B., Mt. Mary College, 1933 (October) 
Patricia Connolly, A.B., Mt. Mary College, 1932 (October) 
Earl Ries Davis, A.B., McKendree College, 1931 (August) 
Clark Emerson Dennis, A.B., Eureka College, 1923 (August) 
Elery Ralph Donaldson, A.B., Lombard College, 1920 (October) 
Fred Carl Exter, B.S., 1930 (October) 
Lodge Oneal Grant, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1933 

(August) 
Bert Ethan Gum, A.B., McKendree College, 1931 (August) 
Anna Nelson Headley, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1923 (August) 
Eldo Rufus Henricks, A.B., Mt. Morris College, 1927 (August) 
Robert Jacobs, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1935 (August) 
Walter Leon Kimmel, A.B., Wabash College, 1912 (October) 



48 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

Harold Preston Kirkhus, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1933 (August) 

Warren Wesley Krughoff, A.B., 1933 (October) 

Bernelle Lois LaFollette, A.B., 1927 (October) 

Harry Donald Lovelass, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1936 

(August) 
Raymond Woodrow Mason, A.B., 1935 (February) 
Alyce Larimore McCarl, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1934 

(October) 
Lloyd Vere Mercer, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1929 

(August) 
Charles Edward Meyers, B.S., 1937 (February) 

Frank Orrell Miller, B.S., Iowa State Teachers College, 1929 (August) 
Helen Mae Moore, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1930 

(August) 
Elmer Henry Morenz, A.B., James Millikin University, 1937 (February) 
Mary Jeannette Munce, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1928 (August) 
Genevieve Bonita Munson, B.S., 1937 (October) 
Claude Cullom Neville, A.B., 1928 (October) 
Thomas Wayne Perdue, B.S., 1932 (October) 

Leroy Raymond Eugene Peterson, A.B., Augustana College, 1931 (October) 
Jennie Eileen Powers, B.S., 1934 (August) 

William Lee Reaugh, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1935 (October) 
Frank Gordon Scott, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1933 

(October) 
Marie Orr Shere, A.B., James Millikin University, 1916 (February) 
William Burdell Smith, A.B., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1932 (October) 
Mae Lane Spaulding, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1935 (October) 
Charlotte Ellen Spurlin, B.S., 1927 (October) 
Helen Kathryn Stoutenborough, B.S., 1936 (August) 

Blanche Doris Stutzman, A.B., Bluffton College, 1925; B.S., 1928 (August) 
Lorraine Elliott Taylor, A.B., Knox College, 1931 (February) 
Katherine Minerva Vance, A.B., 1932 (August) 
Indya Parmeley Wade, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1928 

(August) 
TiNSiE Mae Welsh, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1933 

(October) 
Marvin Greene West, A.B., Culver-Stockton College, 1928 (August) 
William Byford Westbrook, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1931 (February) 
June Willis, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1930 (August) 
Dorothy Evangeline Wright, B.Ed., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 

1929 (February) 

In English 

Josephine Anderson, A.B., DePauw University, 1928 (August) 

Bernice Mae Bonnet, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1930 (October) 

Marjorie Grace Brittain, B.S., 1931 (August) 

Margaret Helen Bullock, A.B., 1923 (October) 

Redmond Ambrose Burke, A.B., 1936 (August) 

Alberdena Wall Cedeyco, B.Mus., University of Rochester, 1927 ; A.B., Georgia 

State Woman's College, 1936 (October) 
Edward Nicholas DeLaney, B.S., 1934 (October) 

Roberta Paulina Jones, A.B., MacMurray College, 1937 (October) ■• 

Mary Jane Lassiter, A.B., Lambuth College, 1935 (October) 
Florence Winifred McCoy, B.S., 1933 (October) 
Alice Josephine McHenry, A.B., Greenville College, 1936 (October) 
Bernard Peter Porzak, A.B., Wabash College, 1936 (February) 
Laurie Clayton Puckett, A.B., Mississippi State College for Women, 1931 

(August) 
Howard Edmonds Rawlinson, B.S., McKendree College, 1931 (August) 
George Scouffas, A.B., Bates College, 1937 (August) 
Dorothy Gladys Sharp, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1930 (October) 



Degrees Conferred Since Lost Commencement 49 

Sister Louis Bertrand Gassensmith, A.B., University of Notre Dame, 1930 

(October) 
Sister ^Mary Isnard Marron, O.P., A.B., University of Notre Dame, 1934 

(FebruarjO 
MiNA AIaude Terry, A.B., Illinois College, 1927 (August) 
Mary Emma Walker, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1929 

(October) 

In Geography 

Lavinia Mary Barton, B.S., 1936 (August) 

James Thurman Edgar Henry, B.S., 1933 (October) 

Edward Vogel, A.B., Carleton College, 1929 (February) 

In German 

Norma Mae Gourley, B.S., 1936 (October) 

Elsa Louise Hohenadel, A.B., 1936 (October) 

Charles Wenceslas Kolek, A.B., St. Procopius College, 1933 (October) 

Amanda Marie Schroeder, A.B., 1926 (October) 

In History 

B. Leslie Adams, B.S., 1930 (October) 

Theodore Lee Agnew, Jr., A.B., 1937 (August) 

Lee Melville Burkey, Jr., A.B., 1936 (August) 

Robert Pierson Burns, A.B., Aurora College, 1933 (August) 

Arthur Joseph Cole, A.B., University of Toronto, 1937 (October) 

Aretas Arnold Dayton, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1936 

(February) 
}klARY Catherine Ellis, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1934 (October) 
Harold Guy Felty, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1934 

(October) 
Leona Bertha Anna Jacob, A.B., McKendree College, 1935 (August) 
Alma Magnusson, B.S., 1934 (August) 
Elizabeth Lucile Rowland, B.S., 1935 (August) 
James Harvey Young, A.B., Knox College, 1937 (August) 

In Library Science 

Grace Alberta Campbell, A.B., Missouri Wesleyan College, 1912 (February) 
Esther Irene Duggleby, A.B., University of Denver, 1926; B.S. (Lib.), 1931 

(August) 
Theresa Witherstine Gillett, A.B., Rockford College, 1926; B.S. (Lib.), 1931 

(February) 
Lucile Huntington, A.B., A.B. (Lib.), University of Oklahoma, 1925, 1935 

(August) 
Reva Xearhood, A.B., University of South Dakota, 1932; B.S. (Lib.), 1936 

(October) 
Sister Mary Ada Weirick, A.B., DePaul University, 1929; B.S. (Lib.), 1934 

(October) 
Henry John Waltemade, A.B., State Teachers' College (Kearney, Nebraska), 

1933; B.S. (Lib.), 1935 (August) 

In Mathematics 

William Forest Buckler, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1932 

(August) 
Emma Mae Large, A.B., 1932 (August) 
Forest Eugene Montgomery, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 

1932 (August) 
Vivian Rose Nuess, B.S., 1934 (February) 
Helen Margaret Peifer, A.B., College of St. Theresa, 1933 (August) 



50 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

In Political Science 

Anna Louise Beatty, B.S., 1932 (October) 

Paul Louis Beckett, A.B., Monmouth College, 1935 (October) 

John Marcus Boyer, A.B., 1936 (August) 

Maurice Melvin Meredith, A.B., 1936 (October) 

Mildred Raphael, A.B., New York University, 1937 (October) 

Leon Hiram Weaver, B.S., 1936 (October) 

In Psychology 

Grace Belden Cox, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1932 (February) 
John Andrew Smith, A.B., Asbury College, 1935 ; B.D., Asbury Theological 
Seminary, 1936; S.T.B., Boston University, 1937 (February) 

In Romance Languages 

Marguerite Rebecca Evans, A.B., Northwestern University, 1919 (August) 
Bruce Hale Mainous, A.B., College of William and Mary, 1935 (February) 

In Sociology 

Merlin Estes Garber, A.B., 1937 (February) 

John Albert Mayden, A.B., B.S., Drury College, 1927 (October) 

Donald Edwin Rasmussen, A.B., 1937 (October) 

The Degree of Master of Science 

In Accountancy 

Russell Wayne Carr, B.S., Eureka College, 1936 (August) 
Robert Chang, A.B., Fuh Tan University, 1935 (February) 
William Harold Martin, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1935 

(August) 
Robert Kuhn Mautz, B.S., University of North Dakota, 1937 (October) 
Glen Isenhour Myers, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1933 (February) 
Orville Milton Piehn, B.S., North Central College, 1932 (October) 

In Agricultural Economics 

Byford Washington Bain, B.S., 1934 (October) 

Glenn William Freemyer, B.S., Purdue University, 1937 (February) 

Melvin Phillip Gehlbach, B.S., 1937 (August) 

Denzil Ray Halcom, B.S., 1932 (October) 

Norman Bernardus McClure, B.S., 1929 (February) 

George Eilt Toben, B.S., 1936 (October) 

Forest Glen Warren, B.S., Purdue University, 1937 (February) 

In Agronomy 

Edgar Emerson Hartwig, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1937 (February) 
Harold Eugene Line, B.S., 1933 (February) 
John Stanley McVickar, A.B., 1935 (February) 
Orvall Oran Mitchell, B.S., 1924 (October) 

In Animal Husbandry 
Robert Johnson Webb, B.S., 1937 (February) 

In Architecture 

Marvin Robert Dobberman, B.S., Armour Institute of Technology, 1930 
(February) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 51 

In Bacteriology 

John Clifton Ayres, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1936 (August) 
Arthx.tr Ray Grismer, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1929 (October) 
Felix Edward Pansy, B.S., Rutgers University, 1937 (February) 
James M.^dison Severens, B.S., Michigan State College, 1935 (February) 

In Botany 
Bessie Landram, B.S., 1930 (October) 

In Business Organization and Operation 
Harold Leroy Budde, B.S., 1938 (February) 

In Chemistry 

Granville Verne Blythe, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1934 

(October) 
Virgil Albert Bolen, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1935 

(February) 
Joseph Thomas Botts, B.S., University of Missouri, 1926 (August) 
Paul Henry Bowman, B.S., 1933 (August) 
Stanford William Briggs, B.S., California Institute of Technology, 1937 

(August) 
Harold Wonderley Bryant, B.S., University of Richmond, 1934 (August) 
Joseph Harold Burckhalter, B.S., University of South Carolina, 1934 (August) 
George Frederick Croad, B.S., 1937 (August) 
Emil Ferdinand Frech, B.S., McKendree College, 1936 (August) 
William Lewis Hancock, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1937 

(August) 
Charles August Herfurth, B.S., Central Missouri State Teachers College, 1926 

(October) 
Clark Alonzo Holloway, Jr., B.S., Purdue University, 1937 (August) 
Maloye Ronald Holmes, A.B., James Millikin University, 1931 (October) 
Martin Curtis Howd, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1929 

(August) 
Eileen Hannah Jarodsky, A.B., DePauw University, 1934 (February) 
Russell James Korty, B.S., 1935 (October) 
Russell Carl Ludwig, B.S., Alma College, 1936 (February) 
William Harrison Nebergall, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 

1936 (February) 
John Joseph O'Connell, III, A.B., 1937 (August) 
Carl Elmo Renshaw, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1933 

(February) 
Elmer Elsworth Rigg, B.S., McKendree College, 1932 (February) 
Berwyn M. Robinson, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1934 

(August) 
Horace Weber Smock, B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1937 (February) 
Montgomery Palmer Stoddard, A.B., University of California at Los Angeles, 

1936 (August) 

Lester Lee Stout, B.S., Indiana University, 1936 (February) 

Leon Francis Szerlong, A.B., Knox College, 1936 (August) 

Earl Adam Weilml'enster, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1937 (August) 

Eldred Welch, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1937 

(February) 
Glenn Career Williams, B.S., 1937 (October) 
Michael Witte, B.S., Loyola University, 1937 (August) 



52 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

In Civil Engineering 

Emery Donald Olson, B.S., Iowa State College, 1936 (February) 
Charles Orville Reinhardt, B.S., 1934 (February) 

In Dairy Husbandry 

Armand John Hahn, B.S., Armour Institute of Technology, 1935 (August) 
Sherman Grant Menefee, B.S., 1936 (February) 
Sherman Paul Sparks, B.S., 1932 (October) 

In Economics 

Harold Victor Lundgren, B.S., James Millikin University, 1926 (August) 
Ora Polk, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1934 (October) 

In Education 

Daymond John Akin, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1931 

(October) 
Berneice Besore Amyx, A.B., 1932 (October) 

Glenn Leonard Anderberg, B.S., Shurtleflf College, 1926 (October) 
Hazel Ruth Anderson, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1933 

(February) 
Anton Frank Antonides, B.S., 1930 (October) 
Estelle Marian Peterson Antonides, B.S., 1929 (October) 
Mary Winifred Arford, A.B., 1927 (August) 

Harry Franklin Augspurger, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1927 (October) 
Clarice Irene Brodman, B.S., 1928 (October) 
Marvin James Carlton, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1934 

(August) 
Ruth Margaret Cole, B.S., 1930 (October) 
Fannie Mae Croupe, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1935 

(August) 
Hazen Alonzo Curtis, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1934 

(October) 
Glenn Darnaby, B.Ed., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1933 (August) 
Charles Franklin Dayton, B.S., 1934 (August) 

Forest LaVern DeWeese, A.B., James Millikin University, 1933 (October) 
Joseph Harmon Dunscomb, B.S., Washington University, 1921 (October) 
Margaret McCarthy Edwards, A.B., 1938 (August) 
Earl Frederick Gehle, A.B., Wabash College, 1932 (October) 
Chester Gillette, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1931 

(August) 
Marvin David Clock, A.B., University of Nebraska, 1934 (August) 
Herman Wallace Grace, A.B., 1928 (August) 
Rachel Viola Graves, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1934 

(October) 
Louis Edwin Hagstrom, B.S., 1934 (August) 
Carl James Henning, B.S., 1927 (August) 

Virgil Henry, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 (October) 
Thomas Alexander Hood, B.S., 1934 (August) 
Paul Jerome Houghton, B.S., 1927 (October) 
William Logan Huffman, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1931 

(October) 
Wiley Emery Hunt, B.S., 1923 ; B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1936 

(October) 
Ardell Carl Jones, B.S., 1934 (October) 

James Arthur Keefe, A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University, 1927 (October) 
Lowell Violus Kinser, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1932 (August) 
John Henry Kott, B.S., 1933 (August) 
Ray Albert Laird, B.S., 1932 (August) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Comtnencement 53 

Mary Florence Lavvson, Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1910 (October) 

Frank Wesley Lockhart, A.B., Lake Forest College, 1931 (October) 

Floyd William Lynch, B.S., 1932 (October) 

Othel Phillip Mansell, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1935 

(February) 
WiLBT.TR Henry Marshall, B.S., 1931 (October) 
Leo James Martin, B.S., 1934 (October) 
George Preston Mathis, B.S., 1928 (February) 
JUANiTA Irene McAlister, B.S., 1937 (August) 
Allen Edwin Metternich, A.B., Carthage College, 1928 (August) 
Freda Pike Michael, B.AI.E., Northwestern University, 1931 (October) 
Glen Gilbert Millikan, B.S., 1933 (August) 
Forrest Verle Monical, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 

(August) 
Alfred Everett Mooberry, B.S., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, 1933 (August) 
Robert Eugene Norris, B.S., Northwestern University, 1931 (October) 
Lester Eriv'est Ogden, B.S., Mt. Morris College, 1926 (August) 
Orville Porter Orr, B.S., 1935 (October) 
W^iLLiAM Frank Peters, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1931 

(October) 
Louise Gladys Piano, B.S., 1935 (October) 

Walter Arthur Plewe, B.S., Marquette University, 1934 (August) 
WiLBA Jane Priest, A.B., Illinois College, 1933 (August) 
Roger Earl Reeder, B.S., 1935 (October) 
Mary Beulah Rogers, B.S., 1933 (August) 

Gertrude Louise Seyb, B.S., Kansas State College, 1931 (February) 
Roger Morey Shaw, B.S., 1936 (August) 

Sister Mary Agnes Cecile Teders, A.B., St. Mary's College, 1932 (August) 
Orville Alfred Sullivan, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1934 (October) 
Albert Lyman Talbert, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1932 

(October) 
Donald Lee Taylor, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1930 

(October) 
Theodore Brewster Thompson, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal Univer- 
sity, 1931 (August) 
Chester Martin Thomson, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1934 

(February) 
Ruth Marlowe Van Deventer, B.S., 1922 (October) 
Homer Manvil Waddle, B.S., 1934 (August) 
Ervin Kincaid Wax, B.S., 1932 (October) 
Kenneth Everett Yates, B.S., 1936 (October) 

In Geology 

Beryl Kenneth Beam, A.B., 1930 (August) 
John Lawrence Lester, B.S., 1937 (February) 

In Home Economics 

Dorothy Eloise Henry, B.S., 1937 (October) 

Rosaline Elaine Mills, A.B., Earlham College, 1936 (October) 

In Library Science 

Helen Margaret Cooper, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1935; B.S.(Lib.), 

1936 (February) 
Ruth Miriam Heiss, B.S., Purdue University, 193 1 ; B.S.(Lib.), 1932 (October) 
Elizabeth Op.^l Stont;, B.S., Northwest Missouri State Teachers College, 1926; 

B.S.(Lib.), 1929 (August) 
Elizabeth Arnold Windsor, A.B., B.S.(Lib.), 1931, 1932 (October) 



54 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

In Mathematics 

Cyril George Peckham, A.B., 1936 (February) 

Henry Schutzberger, B.S., Central Y.M.C.A. College, 1937 (August) 

In Physics 

Norman David Coggeshall, A.B., 1937 (February) 

John Wesley Coltman, B.S., Case School of Applied Science, 1937 (February) 
George Royce Gamertsfelder, A.B., North Central College, 1937 (February) 
William Earl Good, A.B., Kalamazoo College, 1937 (February) 
Daniel William Martin, A.B., Georgetown College, 1937 (February) 
Robert Franklin McCune, A.B., Manchester College, 1937 (February) 
Sister Maria Consolata Voss, A.B., A.M., St. Mary's College, 1920, 1921 
(October) 

In Zoology 

Julian Marion Greenlee, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 

1929 (October) 
William Albert Howe, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1932 

(August) 
Fanthea Veronica Rediger, B.S., Wheaton College, 1934 (August) 
Douglas Henry Salisbury, B.S., 1931 (October) 
Alice Tennyson, A.B., MacMurray College, 1932 (August) 
Carl Eugene Williams, B.Ed., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1928 

(February) 

The College of Law 

The Degree of Bachelor of Laws 

Harriet Jewel Brown, A.B., 1937 (February) 

Luther Dearborn, A.B., 1930 (February) 

Roger Sherman Greene, II, A.B., Harvard College, 1934 (August) 

IsADORE Arthur Kamien, Jr., A.B., 1936 (February) 

Robert Vail Hult Ostrom, A.B., Augustana College, 1935 (February) 

Richard Martin Shelton, A.B., 1937 (February) 

Harley Stiehl, A.B., 1936 (August) 

Elza Dale Wilson, A.B., McKendree College, 1928; A.M., Indiana University, 

1932 (February) 
Benjamin Warren Wise, B.S., 1936 (February) 

Lynn Alvah Woollen, A.B., James Millikin University, 1931 (February) 
John Beadles Wright, A.B., 1935 (February) 

The Library School 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Library Science 

James Hugh Conway, Ph.B., DePaul University, 1931 (August) 

LuRA Elizabeth Crawford, B.S., 1928, with Honors (August) 

Elizabeth Cummings, Ph.B., DePaul University, 1931 (August) 

Elizabeth Louise Hale, A.B., Washburn College, 1936 (August) 

Lemuel Elliott Hardaway, A.B., A.M., Vanderbilt University, 1935, 1937, with 

Honors (August) 
Hazel Merle Ingli, A.B., Carroll College, 1929 (August) 

Eugene Bernard Jackson, B.S., Purdue University, 1937, with Honors (August) 
Getlow Kalberg, B.S., University of Oregon, 1931 (August) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 55 

Helen Marie Koupal, A.B., 1922 (August) 

Marion Anthony Milczewski, A.B., University of Michigan, 1936 (August) 

Grace Monica Mostue, B.Ed., State Teachers College (Moorhead, Minnesota), 

1932; A.B., St. Olaf College, 1935 (August) 
Frances Louise ^Iunson, A.B., West Texas State Teachers College, 1933 

(August) 
Pansy Marie Myers, A.B., University of Kentucky, 1922, with Honors (August) 
Florence Agnes Ratliff, A.B., Earlham College, 1904 (August) 
Christine Lenore Reb, A.B., Baker University, 1934, with High Honors 

(August) 
Louise Frances Rees, Ph.B., Shurtleff College, 1931 (August) 
Lois Lucile Riffle, B.S., Purdue University, 1928, with High Honors (August) 
Dorothy Evelyn Ryan, A.B., University of Tennessee, 1935 (August) 
Lillian Marguerite Simmons, B.S., A.M., Northwestern University, 1919, 1920 

(August) 
Elsa Margarethe Smith, A.B., University of Oregon, 1932 (August) 
Clytie Evelyn Strahler, A.B., Wittenberg College, 1934, with High Honors 

(August) 
Mary Powell Sublett, A.B., University of Louisville, 1928 (August) 
Helen Delight Weaver, A.B., Iowa Wesleyan College, 1917 ; A.M., State 

University of Iowa, 1924 (August) 
Ruth Lillian Whitlock, A.B., 1937 (August) 

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 
The Degree of Bachelor of Arts 

In Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Russell Canaday Ashmore (August) Stanford Ralph Gamm (February) 

Robert Petty Austin (February) Peter D'Arcy Giachini (October) 

Barbara Ann Bailey, with Honors in Jacob Ginsburg (February) 

Sociology (August) AIargaret Willette Gladden 
Helen Payne Bailey (October) (February) 

John Arthur Baldwin (February) Edna Hortense Goble (February) 

Marjorie Hazel Banks, with High Robert Emerson CjOOd (February) 

Honors in Sociology (February) Robert Francis Grubb (October) 

Anna Matilda Berry (August) Wayne Ellis Hammerlund (August) 

Paul L. Black (February) Dorothy Jane Hanley (October) 

Elva Grayce Bonham (August) Robert Edward Hesselschwerdt 
Dorothy Louise Bonwell (August) (February) 

Else Lucie Bretscher, with High Elton Everitt Hill (February) 

Honors in Sociology (February) Hildegard Debora Huebner 
Harriett Elizabeth Bruce (October) 

(February) Frederick Richard Jenks, Jr. 
John Harold Callahan (February) (August) 

Donald Henry Carlson (February) Zelda Murial Johnson (February) 

Richard Henry Chowen (February) Carolyn Loueze Ewers Jones 
Hyman Cobb (August) (February) 

Roesmary Donn.a. Coldwell Omar William Jones (February) 

(October) Mary Anne Kimbell (February) 

Ralph William Cooke, Jr. (October) Dorothy Sarah Klotz (February) 

Albert Del Crognale (August) Grayce Elizabeth Knowles (August) 

John Melvin Dickerman (August) George Kriegman, with Honors in 
Mildred Beatrice Dodd (October) Psychology (February) 

Melma Jeanne Ewert (August) Norman Bailey Lewis (August) 

Muriel Odetta Farmer (August) William Cole Livesay (February) 

James Cue Filson (February) Edward Marion Malerich 
Gerald Grant Gaines (August) (February) 

Virginia Galbraith (October) 



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Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 



Thomas Somerville AIarchant 

(February) 
Carl Benjamin Mast (February) 
WiLMA Virginia McBride, with High 

Honors in English (October) 
Arthur Charles McGraw (October) 
Hermine Emma Meyer (February) 
William Samuel Middleton 

(February) 
Albrecht Bradley Moll (February) 
John August Moritz, Jr. (August) 
Lucy Jane Morrow (August) 
Marion Janet Mosser (October) 
Alexander Mowatt, with High 

Honors in Spanish (February) 
June Marion O'Brien (October) 
Laura Eileen Paton (February) 
David West Pelkey (February) 
Calhoun William James Phelps 

(August) 
JOELLA Frances Poston (February) 
Albert Matthew Prosterman 

(October) 
Cash Ramey, Jr. (February) 
Mose Leon Rattner (February) 
Thalma Lee Reynolds (October) 
James Russell Roy (February) 



Ralph Crismore Schell (August) 
Eleanor Doris Shapiro (August) 
Sister Monica Monahan (February) 
Edna Marcia Soderholm (February) 
Bernard B. Spaulding (February) 
Frank Lee Stone, Jr. (August) 
Eleanor Sylvia Sweney, with High 

Honors in English (February) 
Bertha Eunice Swindall (February) 
Lillian S. Terry (February) 
Elsie Marie Thomas (February) 
Charles George Tisckos (August) 
Asa De Witt Twente (February) 
Paul Mathew Vance (February) 
Charles Melvin Vaughn, with 

Highest Honors in Zoology 

(February) 
Earl Anthony VonDrasek, with 

High Honors in Chemistry 

(February) 
Harriet Ruth Wayland (October) 
William Frederick Wendt, with 

Honors in Political Science 

(August) 
John Crawiord Wilson (August) 
Margaret Lee Witts (October) 
George Robert Zettler (February) 



The Degree of Bachelor of Science 
In Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Julia Louise Bacon (February) 
Charles White Beazley (August) 
Helen Stevenson Burroughs 

(October) 
Paul Philus Busse, Jr. (February) 
Daniel Manroe Clark (February) 
Victor Rudolph Corman (February) 
Elias a. Ellis (February) 
Francis Evalo Gilbert (February) 
Nathanial Manual Ginsberg, with 
Highest Honors in Chemistry and 
in Mathematics (February) 
Ben Sam Greenwood (February) 
Leward Joyce Hardy (February) 



Falls Bacon Hershey, with Highest 
Honors in Chemistry (February) 
Robert Maurice Ingle (February) 
Orville Joseph Johnson (February) 
Virgil Floyd Jones (February) 
James Edward Lewark, with Highest 

Honors in Geology (February) 
George Patrick AIalone, Jr. 

(February) 
Francis Patrick Murphy (October) 
Raymond Lee Patterson (August) 
George Sterba, Jr. (February) 
Edwin Traisman (August) 



In Chemistry 



Gerald William Sears, with High 

Honors (October) 
George Ferris Watson (October) 



Frederick Albert Yeoman, with 
Highest Honors (February) 
Solomon S. Zevin (August) 



In Chemical Engineering 



William Shannon Bonnell, with 
High Honors (February) 

Charles Snowden Cole, Jr., with 
Honors (February) 

Frederick Raymond Geib (February) 



Fenton C. Heninger, Jr. (August) 
Robert Earl Loeck, with Highest 

Honors (February) 
John Bronell McCord (February) 
Howard Arthur Messman 

(February) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 57 

Elwood Edward Nelsok, with High Woodrow Allen Wilson (August) 

Honors (February) Aaron Wolf, with High Honors 
Francis Edward Swartz (August) (February) 

Adolph Joseph Szwaya (August) 

The College of Commerce and Business 
Administration 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Accountancy 

John Dexholm Amerman (February) Gordon Rudolph Knoblich (August) 

Theodore Hubert Bray (August) Robert Jesse Mann (August) 

Kenneth Morton Cahn, with Honors Ora Glenson Myers, with High 

(February) Honors (February) 

Malcolm Howard Finlayson, Jr. Joseph John Nepote (August) 

(August) George Victor Stasukinas 
Wilfred Young Harkness (October) (February) 

Henry Norton Hattendorf (August) John Robert Wiley (October) 

In Banking and Finance 

Richard Pickering Jennings 
(August) 

In Commerce and Law 
Eugene Hamilton Rennick (August) 

In General Business 

Robert Eugene Aurand (February) Gilbert Marcus (February) 

James Collins Bagg (October) Bernard Patrick McSherry 

William Rodney Behrens (February) (February) 

William Albert Brearley (October) Merle Clifford Nash (February) 

Roy R. Bright (February) Earl Lester Nelson (October) 

Walter Blake Broadway (February) Charles Wesley Partlow 

Grant Logan Burris (August) (February) 

Edward Stephen Clancy (February) William Pooler (August) 

John Robert Coghill (February) Howard Paul Schaudt (February) 

Glenn Wood Crance (August) Maurice Herbert Schaudt (August) 

Arch Mitchell Currie (August) John Coffland Sharer (February) 

Norman Sidney Eilertsen (October) Harry Irving Shayman (February) 

William Ticknor Evans (August) James Frank Sneberger (October) 

DoRTHA June Fadler (October) George Emmerson Troutt (August) 

Charles Eugene Francisco (August) Harry William Van Hook 

Carl Herbert Frese (February) (February) 

Charles Fredric Gibson (October) John Richard Vork (August) 

Burt F. (jOldman, Jr. (August) Roy Allen Wilson (August) 

Thomas David Gunning (October) James Edward Wylde (February) 

In Industrial Administration 

Clark Healy (February) Robert Flint Moritz (February) 

Walter Corwin Hitchcock (October) George Dyson Prest (February) 

Leo Lloyd Horn (February) Evan C. Sexauer (February) 

Peter Paul Krivisky (October) James Gordon Ward (February) 



58 Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 

The College of Engineering 
The Degree of Bachelor of Science 

In Agricultural Engineering 
Robert Franklin Skelton (October) 

In Ceramics 
-Paul Martin Corbett (February) 

In Ceramic Engineering 

WooDROW Wilson Carpenter John Newton Teeter (October) 

(February) James Fred White (October) 

Morris Purviance Hall (February) 

In Civil Engineering 

Jordan Socrates Askitopoulos, with Richard Lee Heberer (October) 

High Honors (February) Leo Titus LeBron, HI (February) 

Sidney Berman (February) Joseph John Martan (October) 

William Ludwig Brockob (February) Jim Cammie Petern (February) 

Andrew Jack Burgher, with High John Sebek (February) 

Plonors (February) John Charles Sharav (October) 

Daniel Ehrlich (February) Harold John Spaeder (February) 

Edward Russell Fleury (February) Richard Lathrop Thacker 
Edwin A. Hait (February) (February) 

In Electrical Engineering 

William Bleadon (February) John Thrithart (February) 

Stephen Swayze Doherty (February) Bartholome Asuncion Tuason 
Ernest Stantejsky (October) (February) 

In General Engineering 
Samuel Daccardo (February) 

In Engineering Physics 

Charles Donald Fahrnkopf 
(October) 

In Mechanical Engineering 

Glenn Vernon Bergstrand (October) John Reed Poyser, HI, with Honors 

James Wallace Boughton (October) (February) 

William Henry Bruce, Jr. Andrew Hudson Reid (February) 

(February) Donald Gilchrist Richards, with 
H. C. Davis, H (February) High Honors (February) 

Irving Frank Littman (February) John Julian Roche (October) 

Vincent James Luza (February) Leo Sainati (February) 

Robert Andrew MacCjREGor, with Claude Patrick Wampler, with High 

Honors (October) Honors (February) 

Howard Hinds McCarl (February) Willard James Watchler (February) 
Henry Shaw Morton (October) 



Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 



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The College of Agriculture 
The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Agriculture 



Clifford Ashton Banner (February) 
Arthur Warren Bryant, Jr. 

(February) 
Frank Morris Buchman (February) 
LoREN Roger Carrier (August) 
John Wesley Cazel (August) 
Thomas Marshall Esmond 

(February) 
Marion Scott Griffith (October) 
Robert Love Gumm (August) 
Gerald LaRoy Harper (August) 
Wallace Charles Harris (February) 
Gelasius James Henrick (February) 
Lawrence Giles Hopkins (February) 
Elmer Orrin Hopperstead (August) 

^L'^RSHALL OlANDER InMAN 

(February) 
Carl Woodrow Jensen (August) 
Lawrence Lee Jones (August) 
Harold Frank Kennedy (February) 
WiLLARD Cooper Lane (August) 



Donald Oltman Lindholm 

(February) 
Hugh McClellan Lockhart, Jr. 

(February) 
Jesse Bush Mallow (August) 
Ralph Breaw McKenzie (February) 
Harold Henry Mies (February) 
Harold Gordon Nelson (February) 
Manuel Joseph Newman (February) 
Sam Jack Pettyjohn (February) 
Harlan Conrad Rathe (February) 
Alvin Kermit Ringe (February) 
John Arthur Ruskamp (August) 
Howard Ivan Sadler (February) 
Ralph Clarence Sadler (February) 
Julius Hjalmar Sandberg 

(February) 
Edwin George Sanders (August) 
Irl Wilson Smith, with Honors 

(February) 
John Trapp (February) 
Roland William Winter (October) 



In Floriculture 

William Enos Keithley, Jr. 
February) 

In Home Economics 



Jean Campbell (October) 
Jessie Starr Gore (February) 
Mary Agnes Potter (October) 



Rose Ivez Shinn (February) 

Mary Ellen Wunderlich (October) 



The College of Education 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science 



In Education 



Eugene Sylvester Antrim (October) 
Samuel Norman Atkinson (August) 
Mary Martha Avey (February) 
Ted Paut, Balun (February) 
Eliza Isabelle Basham (August) 
William Rexford Benoit (August) 
Gabriel Betz (October) 
Evelyn Hope Bockal (October) 
Mary Elizabeth Bone (August) 
Morris James Bossen (February) 
Glenn Curtis Bowers (October) 
Louis Goehring Brown (February) 
Hester Cape Burbridge (October) 



Altha Mae Caldwell (August) 
Robert Bordner Campbell 

(February) 
Ernest Joe Canuto (August) 
Wilfred John Colteaux (August) 
Margaret Helen Coon (February) 
Gwendolyn Mabel Craig (October) 
Dewey Mitchell Dawson (February) 
Wilma Anna Davy (October) 
Joseph Henry Dugas (February) 
Dorothy Mary Dunne (February) 
Andrew Reaves Evans (October) 
Paul Henry Fackler (August) 



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Degrees Conferred Since Last Commencement 



LuciLE Farnsworth (August) 
Richard Mellon Fee (February) 
Florence Louise Foster (October) 
Ethan Yale Fullmer (August) 
Daniel Robert Furman (October) 
Sibyl Corinne Garrison (August) 
John Edward Geisz (February) 
Glenn Warren Gladders (August) 
Evalyn Goldstein (February) 
Jeanette Gordon ((Dctober) 
Wayne Tompkins Guthrie (October) 
Edward Hardy, Jr. (August) 
Joy Mae Hardy (October) 
James Theodore Harrison (August) 
William Robert Hasenjaeger 

(August) 
Mable Margaret Heberling (August) 
Lester Franklin Hecicert (February) 
Albert Matthys Hermie (February) 
Clinton Rolland Hummer 

(February) 
Alice Pearl Jarrell (August) 
Bernice Marie Jensen (February) 
Barbara Kathryn Johns (February) 
Vivian Lois Juergens (October) 
John Paul Kanosky (February) 
William Karnes (October) 
James Henry Kennedy (February) 
Alice Belle King (August) 
James Covington Kirk (October) 
Robert Louis Klingel (February) 
Hazel Harris Kott (October) 
Avice Ferne Lee (October) 
Margaret Jean Leslie (October) 
Etha Inez Lindsay (October) 
Daisy Elnora Lon