1L:bt mui\lttS3itp of <!tbicagoFOUNDED BY JOHN D. ROCKEFELLERTHESIXTIETH CONVOCATIONUbe RutumnAUGUST THIRTY-FIRSTA. D. NINETEEN HUNDRED SIXTHE LEON MANDEL ASSEMBLY HALLCHICAGO, ILLINOISORDER OF EXERCISESProcessional March-March from "Lenore"EDITH S. REIDER, University Organist RatJI. THE CONVOCATION PROCESSIONThe 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 Cer ..tificates 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 Can ..didates 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 Vice-Presidentof the Board of Trustees.The President of the Board of Trustees and the Convocation Chaplain.The President of the University and the Convocation Orator.II. THE PRAYERThe Convocation Chaplain,THE REVEREND CHARLES RICHMOND HENDERSON, D. D.III. THE CONVOCATION ADDRESS"Culture, What and How," by William Watts Folwell, LL.D., Professor ofPolitical Science in the University of Minnesota.IV. "Spring-time Sketch" BrewerV. THE AWARD OF HONORSElection to membership in the Beta of Illinois Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa is awardedto the following students:Luise HaesslerJulian Pleasant Bretz Marcus Wilson Jernegan Edward Benjamin KrehbielHonorable Mention for excellence in the work of the Junior Colleges is awarded to thefollowing students:Cora Campbell Mary Virginia Ellis Leo Weil HoffmanHonorable Mention for excellence in the work leading to the Diploma of the Collegeof Education is awarded to the following student:Mildred WeigleyHonorable Mention for excellence in the last two )'ears of work in the College ofEducation is awarded to the following student:Louise StanleyHonorable Mention for excellence in the work of the Senior Colleges is awarded to thefollowing students:Benjamin Griffith BrawleyRaymond Hugh BurkeFrances Moss ClendeningJohn Baxter ClevelandEmily Bancroft CoxFlorence Adah CutrightJohn Franklin DanielArleigh Lee DarbyLuise Haessler Teresa PattersonMabel Winearls PorterMary Esther SabinCaroline Lydia GreenleafScalesLena Augusta SchaeferJames Jeremiah WhiteEmilie Barrington WrightRobert Wood KeetonPorter Hodge LinthicumMeyer MitchnickRalph Howard MowbrayEugene Franklin McCampbellGeorge Emra N unnLydia Marie OlsonAgnes Esther OsbornOlive Sewall ParsonsHonors for excellence in particular departments of the Senior Colleges are awarded tothe following students:John Baxter Cleveland,MathematicsEmily Bancroft Cox, RomanceJohn Franklin Daniel, Zoology Luise Haessler, German Lydia Marie Olson, GermanPorter Hodge Linthicum, Anatomy Lena Augusta Schaefer, LatinRalph Howard -Mowbray, History Emilie Barrington Wright, LatinGeorge Emra Nunn, HistoryThe Sele Scholarship, for the 'Young woman student who completes the first year ofthe Junz'or Colleges wz'th the hz'ghest standing z'n the studies of that year, isawarded toMary Ethel CourtenayVI. THE CONFERRING OF DEGREESCandidates for titles and degrees will be presented by their Deans 10 thefollowing order:Julia Florence AlexanderCora CampbellMary Ella CoppersmithIda May DensmorePeter Francis DunnMary Virginia Ellis Charles Darwin EnfieldBena HansenElizabeth Cecelia ConstantiaJankeGeorge Warrington LawThomas S. Miller Katherine Marion MorsePaul Whittier PinkertonNatalie Helen SkoraJohn Wesley Tope, Jr.Candidates for the title of Associate by Dean Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge.Candidates for the Diploma of the Two Years Course in the College ofEducation by Dean Nathaniel Butler.Candidates for the Diploma of the English Theological Seminary by Acting­Dean Franklin Johnson.Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Education by Dean NathanielButler.Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy, or Science byDean Francis Wayland Shepardson.Candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Laws by Acting-Dean HarryAugustus Bigelow.Candidates for the degree of Master of Arts, Philosophy, or Science byDean Francis Wayland Shepardson.Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Divinity by Acting-Dean FranklinJohnson.Candidates for the degree of Doctor of Law by Acting-Dean Harry AugustusBigelow.Candidates for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Dean FrancisWayland Shepardson.THE JUNIOR COLLEGESCandidates for the Title of Associate:THE SENIOR COLLEGESEnoch George PayneMabel Winearls PorterLena Augusta SchaeferLydia Little SmithA. Ho, Kalamazoo College, 1903Myra Dyer Hall StevensonA.B., Butler College, 1906Edwin Gillespie StoutOrris Otto WhiteA.B., Butler College, 1906Forbes Bagley WileyA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1906Georgiana Jane YoungsJoachim Phineas EelitchYousephoffLuise HaesslerAda HawesA.B., Atlanta University, 1897Robert Wood KeetonAmelia Elizabeth KirklandA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1903Archie Wallace LeechA.B., Geneva College, 1903Helen Frances ManvilleA.B., John B. Stetson University,1906Elizabeth Izora MathenyMeyer M itchnickRobert Edwin McKayJoseph Vincent McNallyOlive Sewall ParsonsAnnie Nadine HoldenPh.B., John B. Stetson Univer­sity, 1906Mary Elizabeth HoughPh.B., Kalamazoo College, 1905Joseph Wood KingS.B., Alabama Polytechnic In­stitute, 1898S.M., ibid, 1899Elmer Alvin LanningJ ames Henry LarsonMargaret Mary MarkeyMeta MierswaClara MillerRalph Howard MowbrayJean Sterling NelsonLydia Marie OlsonAgnes Esther OsbornEmily Belle JohnstonCharles Reinhard von KolkowPorter Hodge LinthicumA.B., Yale University, 1901Frederick Dill MabreyMary Edith MacklinArthur Allen MorrEugene Franklin McCampbellTorrance Hugh MacDonaldS.B., Kalamazoo College, 1904THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONLouise French MathenyCornelia Robertson WalrathCandidates (or the Degree of Bachelor of Arts:Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Philosophy :Joseph PedottHelen Miriam PostA.B., Maryville College, 1905Mary Esther SabinCaroline Lydia GreenleafScalesDelbert William SmithPh.B., Kalamazoo College, 1906Susan Ella SmithLetitia May SteelmanPh.B., Kalamazoo College, 1904Bertram Smith WebberJames Jeremiah WhiteFlorence WinslowPh.B., Kalamazoo College, 1906Emilie Barrington WrightHorace Carpenter WrightCandidates for the Degree oj Bachelor of Science:George Emra NunnTeresa PattersonTurner Burton SmithAlfred Adolf Stra ussAlvin Charles Tanner -Claude Stelle TingleyS.B., John B. Stetson University1906William Kirhy UpjohnS.B., Kalamazoo College, 1906Fordyce Barker WileyMary Erskine HeilmanCandidates for the Diploma of the Two Years Course:Mildred WeigleyJosephine Genevieve BesawA.B., Butler College, 1906Benjamin Griffith BrawleyA.B., Atlanta Baptist College,1901Helen Louise BryantA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1906George Miller CalhounA.B., John B. Stetson University,1906John Baxter ClevelandIda Grace CramerA.B., John B. Stetson University,1906Florence Adah CutrightArleigh Lee DarbyA.B., Waynesville College, 1899Charles Rivers FrazerRalph Williams BaileyBertha BainMarcus Phelps BakerPh.B., Kalamazoo College, 1906Inez May BeamPh.B., Kalamazoo College, 1906Lilian Clara BergoldClara Caroline BoekeMyrtle ClappFrances Moss ClendeningClark John DyePh.B., Kalamazoo College, 1906Albert Blaine EnochJames Douglas FloodHarry Struble FreemanMary Angelica GavinRaymond Hugh BurkeHarry Garfield BurnsS.B., Kalamazoo College, 1906Raymond Frank CashnerS.B., Kalamazoo College, 1906John Franklin DanielJoseph Spiro EisenstaedtHerman Charles GromanA.B., Yale University, 1904Bernard Lyman JohnsonS.B., Kalamazoo College, 1906Helen Elizabeth Purcell Edwin Gillespie Stout Edith Mary WilcoxL.B., University of California,1905Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Education:THE DIVINITY SCHOOLCandidates for the Diploma of the English Theological Seminary ;GEORGE CLIFFORD CRESSEDWIN TAFT SHERMANCHARLES GILBERT WRIGHT Thesis: The Jesuit Missions in Paraguay, I6IO-1767Thesis: Did Jesus Live?Thesis: 7 he Wall of Separation between Jew and GentileCandidates for the Degree of Master of Arts:NOAH CALVIN HIRSCHYA.B., Oberlin College, 1897D.B., Oberlin Theological Seminary, 1898WILLIAM JASPER HOWELLA.B., Wake Forest College, 1896Graduate Rochester Theological Seminary, 1899 Thesis: The Return of the Jews from the ExileThesis: Social and Moral Conditions in the Roman Empirein the Days of the Apostle PaulCandidates for the Degree of Bachelor 0/ Divinity:AMBROSE MOODY BAILEYA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1902A.B., University of Chicago, 1903WILLIAM HENRY BEYNONA.B., Denison University, 1901 Thesis: Interdenominational Co-operation and Denomination­al Loyal£tyThesis: The Twentieth Century MinisterROBERT THORNWELL COlTA.B., Davidson College, 1902JOSEPH FRANKLIN FINDLEYA.B., Butler College, 1890WALTER IRVING FOWLEA.B., DesMoines College, 1902A.B., University of Chicago, 1903 Thesis: Elihu Speeches of the Book of JobThesis: The Church and the WorkingmanThesis: The Relation of Evangelist and Teacher in ForeignMission WorkJAMES PLEASANT McCABE, JR.A.B., Richmond College, 1901A.M., ibid., 1902 Thesis: The Influence of Marcion on the Formation of theNew Testament CanonCandidate for the Reenacted Degree of Bachelor of Divinity:ENOS LARKIN SCRUGGSTHE LAW SCHOOLCandidate for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws:DAVID DURWARD MADDENCandidates for the Degree of Doctor of Law:LESLIE JAMES A YER, cum laudeS.B., Upper Iowa University, 1899VICTOR ERNEST KEYESPh.B., Colorado College, 1905EUGENE TULLIUS LIPPINCOTTA. B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1904Ph.B., University of Chicago, 19OO JOHN JEFFERY RADFORDPh.B., University of Chicago, 1905MILLIMAN WHITE SWEET, cum laudeA.B., Oberlin College, 1900WILLARD WALTER WYNEKOOPPh.B., University of Chicago, 1904THE GRADUATE SCHOOLSCandidates for the Degree of Master of Arts:Candidates for the Degree of Master of Philosophy:,/ JOHN NEWMAN BROWNA.B., Emory and Henry College, 1904(Latin)PETER FRANKLIN BROWNA.B., Emory College, 1890(English)MARGARET LANSDELL BRUNSONA.M., Furman University, 1896(Latin)ELLA MARIA FREEMANA.B., Vassar College, 1884(Chemistry)ROY GITTINGERA.B., University of Oklahoma, 1902(History)SUSAN ALLEN GREENA.B" Smith College, 1905(Botany, Zoology)JESSIE MAY LYONSA.B., University of Texas, 1905(English)DORA ANN A SCRIBNERA.B., Wellesley College, 1889(English)GEORGE ASBURY STEPHENSA.B., Baker University, 1899(Sociology)HOWARD FRANK TAYLORA.B., Yale University, 1902(Latin)v JESSIE ANDREWSL. B., University of Texas(German)FLORA MOREY EDWARDSA.B., Beloit College, 1903(English Literature, History, Philosophy)HAR VEY WILLIAM ELAMPh.B., Antioch College, 1901(Sociology)ELIZABETH ASENATH HALLA. B., Indiana·University, 1905(English)KATHARINE JACOBSONA.B., University of Minnesota, 1902(German)FREDERICK WILLIAM LUEHRINGPH�·B., Northwestern University, 1905IS tory, Psychology, Sociology)SUSANNAH JANE McMURPHYA.B., Vassar College, 1903(English)MARIE BAKER NICKELLPh. _B., University of Chicago, 1901(History)VALERIE DEBORAH OHRENSTEINPh.B., .University of Chicago, 1904(Cheml�try) Thesis: The Epithets in Virgil's AeneidThesis: The Influence oj Spenser jrom I800 to I832Thesis: The Literary Evidence Bearing upon the Positionof the Freedman in the First Century A. D.Thesis: Complex Salts oj Siloer with Ammonia and CyanogenThesis: Wydij's Theory oj Church and StateThesis: Movements of Marsilia Quadrijo!iaThesis: The Attitude and Opinions oj the Author of the AText oj "Piers the Plowman"Thesis: The History oj Spenser's Literary ReputationThesis: The Juvenile Court System oj KansasThesis: The Uses of the Dative in Caesar's "Gallic War"Thesis: Lessing's Spiiterer Standpunkt den FranzosengegeniiberNo Thesis RequiredThesis: Outlines oj Rural Community LifeThesis: The Attitude Toward Royalty in Later ElizabethanDramatistsThesis: Lessing's Conception' oj the Essence of TragedyNo Thesis RequiredThesis: Shakespeare's Use oj Isolation as an Element inTragedyThesis: The Relations oj England and the West Frank Mon­archy, 87I to 975Thesis: On the Iodine Bases and SaltsThesis: Development of the Sporangium of LygodiumCandidates for the Degree of Master oj Science:Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy:RAYMOND BINFORDA.B., Earlham College, 1901(Botany)DAVID MACLEOD DAVIDSONA.B., Tulane University, 1905(Chemistry)THEOPHIL HENRY HILDEBRANDTA.B., University of Illinois, 1905(Mathematics)LOUIS ALLEN HOPKINSA.B., Butler College, 1905(Mathematics)V·; ZELLA ISABEL PERKINSS B., University of Idaho, 1903(Chemistry)1/ ISABEL ALBERTA PETERSONS.B., Lawrence University, 1902(Chemistry)SAMUEL EUGENE RASORS.B., Ohio State University, 1898(Mathematics)HAROLD LUCIUS AXTELLA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1897A.B., University of Chicago, 1898A.M .. ibid, 1900(Latin, Greek)JULIAN PLEASANT BRETZA.B., William Jewell College, 1899(History, Political Science)ROY HUTCHISON BROWNLEEA.B., Monmouth College, 1898(Chemistry Physics)MILTON ALEXANDER BUCHANANA.B., Toronto University, 1901(Romance Literature, Romance Languages)CHARLES MAcDONALD CARSONA.B., Toronto University, 1898(Chemistry, Physics)WILLIAM CROCKERA.B., University of Illinois, 1902A.M., ibid., 1903(Botany, Chemistry)EDNA DAISY DAYA.B., University of Michigan, 1896S.M., ibid., 1897(Household Administration, Sociology, Botany)NORMAN WENTWORTH DEWITTA.B., University of Toronto, 1899(Latin, Greek, Sanskrit)ALBERT ALLISON FARLEYPh.B., Beloit College, 1895Ph.M., University of Chicago, 1904(Educa tion, Psychology)LAWRENCE EMERY GURNEYV A.B., Colby College, 1899(Physics, Mathematics) Thesis: On the Van t Hoff Law of SolutionThesis: The Limit Surfaces of Linear CongruencesThesis: Discussion of Pupon's CyclidesThesis: The Friedel and Crafft's ReactionThesis: The Disintegration Hypothesis of Radio- ActivityThesis: The Principal Curves on the HelicoidThesis: The Deification of Abstract Ideas Among the RomansThesis: The Extension of the Postal System West of the Alle­gheniesThesis: On Precipitated SulphurThesis: Mira de Mescua's "EI Esclavo del Demonio."Thesis: A Study of the Equilibrium Relations of SA and Sp..Thesis: The Role of Seed in Delayed GerminationThesis: The Digestibility of Starch as Affected by CookingThesis: The Dido Episode in the Aeneid of VirgilThesis: The Rise of the Free Public School Idea in AmericaThesis: The Viscosity of Water at Low Rates of ShearVII. THE PRESIDENT'S QUARTERLY STATEMENT ON THE CONDI­TION OF THE UNIVERSITYWILLIS STOSE HILPERTS. B., University of Chicago, Ig03(Chemistry, Physiology)HEMMING GERHARD JENSENS.B., Cornell University, 1899(Plant Physiology, Plant Morphology)MARCUS WILSON JERNEGANA.B., Brown University, 1896A.M., ibid, 1898(History, Political Economy)EDW ARD BENJAMIN KREHBIELA.B., University of Kansas, Ig02(History, Political Science)JAMES WRIGHT LAWRIES.B., University of Chicago, Ig04(Chemistry, Physics)ALBERT NEWTON MERRITTA.B" Leland Stanford University, IgOIA.M., University of Chicago, 1904(Political Economy, Political Science)HUGH McGUIGANA. B., South Dakota Agricultural College, 1898(Physiological Chemistry, Chemistry)ANDREW FRIDLEY McLEODA.B., University of Chicago, 1903(Chemistry, Physics)ARTHUR RANUMA.B., University of Minnesota, Ig02(Mathematics, Astronomy)v KELLEY REESA.B., Leland Stanford University, Ig02(Greek, Latin) Thesis: The Stereoisomerism of Nitrogen Compounds: Stere­oisomeric Chlorimido EstersEDGAR FRANCIS RILEYA. B., Raker Univ- rsity, 1900(Philosophy, Psychology)FRANCES GRACE SMITHA.B., Smith College, 1893A.M., ibiJ., 1900 •(Plant Morphology, Plant Physiology)BUZZ M. WALKERS.B .• Mississippi Agricultural and MechanicalCollege, 1883S.M., ibid., 1886 •(Mathematics, Astronomy)ER VILLE BARTLETT WOOD�A.B., Beloit College, 190r(SOCIOlogy, Political Economy)WILLIAM KELLEY WRIGHTA.B , University of Chicago, 1899(Philosophy, Education) Thesis: Toxic Limits and Stimulation Effects of Some Saltsand Poisons on WheatThesis: The Dei.eiooment of Elementary and Secondary Edu­cation in England from the Reformation to theGreat Civil WarThesis: The Interdict under Innocent IIIThesis: The Chemistry of the Acetyliden« CompoundsThesis: Federal Regulation of Railway RatesThesis: Oxidations of Various Sugars in the Animal BodyThesis: On Aldol, Pentarrythrose and the Action of CopperAcetate on the Hexoses.Thesis: On a New Kind of Congruence GroupsThesis: The Significance of the Three Actor Law as Shownby tile Extant Greek DramasThesis: Descartes' Theory of the JudgmentThesis: Morphology of the Trunk and Development of theMicrosjJorangum of Bycads.Thesis: On the Resolution of Higher Singularities of AlgebraicCurves into Ordinary Double PointsThesis: Progress as a Sociological ConceptThesis: The Ethical Significance of Pleasure, Feeling, andHappiness in Modern Non-Hedonistic Systems- -��� -.-............._,__--� --._...,�-=-.,..----, � --..,...-- -- - - - - - ---VIII. THE UNIVERSITY SONG-" Alma Mater.'Words byEDWIN H. LEWIS. Music adapted and arranged for mixed voices byPAUL MANDEVILLE.ryt3R nit f+ F 13: I i tbi� ff3Of 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 that truth shall make men free,For dec - ades and for cen - tu - ries, Its bat - tie - ment-ed tow'rs shall rise,-=j?r¥--EfEf e ffl rlF-l, �Ir i � IArrangement copyright, 18gS, by Paul Mandeville, Chicago.IX. THE BENEDICTIONTHE CONVOCATION CHAPLAIN.X. THE RECESSIONRecessional March- Trium phal March from" N aaman " CostaMARSHALJOSEPH EDWARD RA YCROFT, Marshal of the University Congrega#onGLENN MOODY HOBBS, Actlng-Marshal of the University CongregationASSISTANT MARSHALSHENRY PORTER CHANDLERHENRY GORDON GALE PRESTON KYESDAVID ALLAN ROBERTSONCOLLEGE MARSHALSHUGO MORRIS FRIEND, Head MarshalJOHN FRYER MOULDS, Acting-Head MarshalHUGO FRANK BEZDEK ALVIN FREDERICK KRAMERPAUL ROWLEY GRAY SANFORD AVERY LYONNEIL MACKAY GUNNEARL DEWITT HOSTETTER HAROLD HIGGINS SWIFTCHARLES JULIAN WEBBCOLLEGE AIDESHELENA MARIE BASSETTMARGARET ERNESTINE BUR TONMARY FISK HEAPHELEN ELIZABETH HENDRICKS ELIZABETH MARIA MUNGEREDITH EMILY TERRYCLARA KINGSWELL WHEELERTHE STUDENT COUNCILSSUMMER QUARTER, 1906FOR THE GRADUATE SCHOOLS:Earle Brownell Babcock, Edith Ethel Barnard, Stephen Reid Capps, Jr., Daniel AndersonCovington, Emil Goettsch, Albert Lafayette Hopkins, Edgar Francis Riley.FOR THE DIVINITY SCHOOL:WARREN HASTINGS MACLEOD, Chairman,' Edward Atwood Henry, Secretary,' Roy HenryBarrett, Herbert Francis Evans, Charles Arthur Exley, Robert Lincoln Kelley, Bertram G.Nelson, Edgar Storrs Newschwander, John Howard Stoutmeyer.FOR THE SENIOR COLLEGES:Ralph Mowbray, George Nunn, Charles Frederic Axelson, Jose Ward Hoover, AdolphGeorge Pierrot, Donald Stanley Hinckley.