A. D. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FIVE1Cbt Wnt\ltt�ttP of ctbtcagoFOUNDED BY JOHN D. ROCKEFELLERTHEiFIFTY-FOURTH CONVOCATIONIUbe SpringJ MARCH TWENTY-FIRSTTHE LEON MANDEL ASSEMBLY HALLCHICAGO, ILLINOIS'/(. fr-r- �•.1 .: C (i 'IIORDER OF EXERCISESI. THE CONVOCATION PROCESSIONProcessional March-" Grand War March," from" Rienzi" . WagnerTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO MILITARY BANDFREDRIC M. BLANCHARD, ConductorThe Marshal of the University Congregation.The Councilors of the Junior Colleges and the Candidates for the Asso­ciate's Title.The Councilors of the School of Education and the Candidates for Cer­tificates and Degrees.The Councilors of the Senior Colleges and the Candidates for theBachelor's Degree.The Councilors of the Graduate, Divinity, and Law Schools, and the Can­didates for Higher Degrees.The Alumni of the University.The Members of the University Congregation.The Faculties of the University.The Convocation Committee.The Members of the University Senate and the University Council.The Official Guests of the University.The Trustees of the University.The Vice-President of the University Congregation and the Recorder.The President of the Board of Trustees and the Convocation Chaplain.The Dean of the Faculties and the Convocation Orator.The Convocation Chaplain,THE REVEREND JAMES SAMUEL STONE, D.D.III. THE CONVOCATION ADDRESS"The State and Research," by Herbert Putnam, Lit.D., Librarian of Con­gress, with introduction by Clement Walker Andrews, A.M., Librarianof the John Crerar Library.II. THE PRAYERIV. OVERTURE- "Merry Wives of Windsor" NicolaiV. THE AWARD OF HONORSElection to membership in the Beta of Illinois Chapter OJ Phi Beta Kappa isawarded to the following students:Albert Wesley EvansNellie Adele FullerVictor Henry KulpJoseph Louis Lewinsohn Nanna MarxDaisy Myrtle MeyerEleanor Murphy J ames Sheldon RileyRuth Shelton SaundersCharles Albert ShullPaul Van CleefHonorable Mention for excellence in the work of the Junior Colleges is awarded tothe following students:Benjamin BraudeFrances Carver Robert Emmet DohertyAngeline Beth Hostetter Arno Benedict LuckhardtCaroline Leonora MacBrideHonorable Mention for excellence in the work of the Senior Colleges is awarded tothe following students:Charles Dominic BertaHelen BoyceEmma Perry CarrMartha Caroline DowellAna Jule EnkeAlbert Wesley EvansHelen Ruth Friend Nellie Adele FullerJohn Leonard HancockVictor Henry KulpJoseph Louis LewinsohnLillie Mathilda LindholmNanna Marx Daisy Myrtle MeyerKatharine Maurice MoranEleanor MurphyJean Ingelow OdellKeith PrestonJ ames Sheldon RileyPaul Van CleefHonors for excellence in particular departments of tlte Senior Colleges are awardedto the following students:Charles Dominic Berta,MathematicsEmma Perry Carr, ChemistryMartha Caroline Dowell,Latin and GreekAna J ule Enke, Romance andGermanic Albert Wesley Evans, Chemistry Lillie Mathilda Lindholm,Nellie Adele Fuller, Latin and Latin and RomanceGreei: Daisy Myrtle Meyer, EnglishJohn Leonard Hancock, Greek Eleanor Murphy, Historyand Latin Keith Preston, LatinJoseph Louis Lewinsohn, James Sheldon Riley, SociologyPolitical Economy and AnthropologyVI. THE AWARD OF FELLOWSHIPSThe annual award of Fellowships will be announced in the Weekly Calen­dar of April I, 1905.VII. THE CONFERRING OF DEGREESTHE COLLEGESThe Title of Associate is conferred by the University upon the following students:Arthur Marion BarnesHugo Frank BezdekBenjamin BraudeHerbert BunzelMargaret Ernestine BurtonFrances CarverEllyn Kelter CooneyRobert Emmet DohertyKatherine Marie FennessyAlbert Jarvis Hopkins, Jr.Angeline Beth HostetterCora Hannah Johnson Irvin Sunthimer KoltinskyJulius Ernest LacknerHelen Stoddard LovelandArno Benedict LuckhardtMarcus William LumbardFrederick Dill MabreyIrene Josephine MooreCaroline Leonora MacBrideMary Rose McElroyIsabella McIntyreJean Sterling NelsonTheodate Catherine Nowell Paul Maurice O'DonnellBessie Hudson PalmerJoseph PedottJohn Jeffrey RadfordIda Clara SchraderReuben SchutzLeRoy Andrew Van PattenHenrietta Lynn Van WormerEvon Zartman VogtAnna Payne WellsMabel Ernestine WilsonLeonard Bloomfield ZeislerThe Degree of Bachelor of Arts is conferred by the University upon the followingstudents:Charles Dominic BertaWilliam Joseph BradleyJohn Alvin Dean Martha Caroline DowellNellie Adele FullerLottie Agnes GraberJohn Leonard Hancock Susan McCoyVanja Estelle RundquistAlice May WilsonThe Degree of Bachelor of Philosophy ts conferred by the University upon thefollowing students:The Degree of Bachelor of Science is conferred by the University upon the followingstudents:Ana [ule EnkeHelen Ruth FriendHans Ernst GronowVictor Henry KulpCharlotte LeekleyJoseph Louis LewinsohnEmma Perry CarrAlbert Wesley EvansAllan Perry JohnstonJesse Robinson Kauffman Lillie Mathilda LindholmMoses MaierDaisy Myrtle MeyerAgnes Ruth MillerKatharine Maurice MoranEleanor MurphyIrene Miriam McKibbenWayland Wells MageeNanna MarxErnest Wilson MillerElsie MorrisonTHE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Jean Ingelow OdellEditha Caroline PhelpsKeith PrestonGeorge Tilden RagsdaleJ ames Sheldon RileyIaroslav Joseph ZmrhalDavid C. StrausElsie Woods ThronePaul Van CleefRuth WillistonThe Diploma of the Two Years Course is conferred by the University upon the fol­lowing students:Lillian Monegan Edith Elizabeth PettiboneJane Kellogg AtwoodHelen BoyceThe Degree of Bachelor of Education 'is conferred by the Uniuersity upon the fol­lowing students:The Degree of Bachelor of Law ts conferred by the University upon the fol­lowing students: Cecil Seldie ClarkJulie ServatyTHE LAW SCHOOLFloyd Ell wood Brower William Corbett HealionAaron Clyde HarfordJoseph Horace Johnson_eo Klein Ota Patty LightfootHenry Ellis SampsonThe Degree of Doctor of Law ts conferred by the University upon the (ollowingstudents:THE DIVINITY SCHOOLThe Degree of Bachelor of Divinity is conferred by the University upon the follow­ing students:JOHN CHARLES GARTHELMER HENRY MYERS Thesis: The Monastery of Cluny as a Reformatory Force.Thesis: The Theological Significance of Huxley's Agnosticism.THE GRADUATE SCHOOLSThe Degree of Master of Arts ts conferred by the University upon the followingstudents:ROBERT LACEY BORGER (Mathematics)HENRI CHARLES EDOUARD DAVID(Romance)ROBERT LINDSAY McGHIE (Latin) Thesis: The Determination of the Galois Groups of CertainSpecz'al Equations.Thesis: L'Alexandrin d'andre Chenier.Thesis: Pre-Tacitean England us, the England of theAgricola.The Degree of Master of Science is conferred by the University upon the followingstudents:WILLIAM RAYMOND LONGLEY(Mathematics)ISABEL SEYMOUR SMITH (Botany) Thesis: The Motion of a Particle as a Smooth Sphere the Cen­ter of which is Moving in a Circle.Thesis: The Nutrition of the Egg in Gymnosperms.The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy is conferred by the University upon the follow­ing students:ADOLPH CHARLES VON Not (Germanic,Romance)GEORGE COFFIN TAYLOR (English Lit­erature, English Language) Thesis: Das Junge Deutschland und Goethe.Thesis: The Influence of Lyric Poetry on the Mediaval Eng­lish Drama.VIII. THE PRESIDENT'S QUARTERLY STATEMENT ON THE CONDI­TION OF THE UNIVERSITY(On account of the absence of the President, the Quarterly Statement will not be given.It will be printed later in the University Record.)IX. UNIVERSITY SONG-" Alma Mater."Words byEDWIN H. LEWIS. Music adapted and arranged for mixed voices byPAUL MANDEVILLE.rr� 13: jlJI.� i + � 13: j i �Ij� pPOf all fair moth-ers, fair - est she, Most wise of all that wis - est be,We prize her breadth of char - i - ty, Her faith thattruth shall make men free,For dec- ades and for cen » tu- ries, Its bat • tie - ment-ed tow'rs shall rise,IIArrangement copyright, 1898, by Paul Mandeville, Chicago.X. THE BENEDICTIONTHE CONVOCATION CHAPLAIN.XI. THE RECESSIONRecessional March-" Grand March Radetzky" StraussMARSHALJOSEPH EDWARD RAYCROFT, Marshal ff the University CongregationASSISTANT MARSHALSHENRY PORTER CHANDLERNOTT WILLIAM FLINTHENRY GORDON GALE GLENN MOODY HOBBSPRESTON KYESHARRY GIDEON WELLSCOLLEGE MARSHALSLEE WILDER MAXWELL, Head MarshalCLYDE Al\1EL BLAIR JAMES SHELDON RILEYALBERT JARVIS HOPKINS, JR. FREDERICK ADOLPH SPEIKCLARKE SAXE JENNISON SCHUYLER BALDWIN TERRYCHARLES FERGUSON KENNEDY CHARLES JULIAN WEBBEVON ZARTMAN VOGTCOLLEGE AIDESHELEN ALDEN FREEMANLILLIAN STEPHENSONCLARA HENRIETTA TAYLOR LILLIAN ETHEL VAUGHNANNA PAYNE WELLSCLARA KINGSWELL WHEELERTHE STUDENT COUNCILSWINTER QUARTER, 1905FOR THE DIVINITY SCHOOL:LESLIE MOULTHROP BURWELL, Ctiairman : Edward Atwood Henry, Secretary ; John CharlesGarth, William Ely Hopkins, Roy Wilson Merrifield, Richard Roy Perkins, Walter LeroyRunyan.FOR THE LAW SCHOOL:OLIVER LEROY MCCASKIJ,L, Chairman ; Walter Edward Collins, Secretary ; James BronsonBlake, Frederick Dickinson, Fred Ernest Heckel, Henry Lampl, Ralph Merriam, Earl JayWalker.FOR THE MEDICAL COURSES:JOSEPH EDGAR TYREE, Chairman,' Ralph Stephen Fisher, Secretary,' Frank Warren Cal­houn, Frank Matthew Conlin, Addison Eugene Elliott, Evarts Ambrose Graham, FrankHenry Harms, Gustav L. Kaufmann, Arthur Evarts Lord, Lee Ballou Rowe, Lee MatthewRyan, Roy Eccles Thomas.FOR THE SENIOR COLLEGES:FREDERICK A. SPEIK, Chairman ; Cecil E. Palmer, Secretary, Clyde Amel Blair, CharlesArthur Bruce, Elizabeth Casey, Mark Seavey Catlin, Carrie Pierpont Currens, Jesse RobinsonKauffman, Lee Wilder Maxwell, Strong Vincent Norton, James Sheldon Riley, Lillian EthelVaughn.FOR THE JUNIOR COLLEGES:CHARLES FREDERIC AXELSON, Chairman ; James Howard Dennedy, Secretary,' HugoFrank Bezdek, Peter Francis Dunn, Cyrus Logan Garnett, Frederick Dill Mabrey, CorsenThomas Morris, John Fryer Moulds, Max Lewis Richards.FOR THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION:JANE WARD ROBBINS, Chairman,' Eleanora Anna Binna, Stella Frances Craig, Louise FrenchMatheny, Anna Salome Rondthaler.