1C:bt mni\lttuitp of €bicagoFOUNDED BY JOHN D. ROCKEFELLERTHESI XTY -FIRST CONVOCATIONUbe 'tlllltnter-DECEMBER EIGHTEENTHA. D. NINETEEN HUNDRED SIXTHE LEON MANDEL ASSEMBLY HALLCHICAGO, ILLINOISORDER OF EXERCISESI. THE CONVOCATION PROCESSIONProcessional March "Coronation March" SvendsenTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO MILITARY BANDFrederic 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 Vice-Presidentof the Board of Trustees.The President of the Board of Trustees and the Convocation Chaplain.The Acting President of the University and the Convocation Orator.II. THE PRAYERThe Convocation Chaplain,REVEREND EDWIN McNEIL POTEAT, D.D., LL.D., President of FurmanUniversity, Greenville, South Carolina.III. HYMNrrgd f8 0* Of: I d � � Id Ho God, be-neath Thy guid - ing hand Our ex- iled fa - thersI ........V. II Scenes from Wonderland" HerbertThou heard'st, well pleased, the song, the prayer:Thy blessing came, and still its powerShall onward, through all ages bearThe memory of that holy hour. Laws, freedom, truth and faith in GodCame with those exiles o'er the waves;And where the pilgrim feet have trod,The God they trusted guards their graves.And here Thy name, 0 God of love,Their children's children shall adoreTill these eternal hills remove,And spring adorns the earth no more.L. BACON (1833)IV. THE CONVOCATION ADDRESS"Works and Days," by HAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE, L.H.D, LL.D.VI. THE AWARD OF HONORSElection to membership in the Beta of Illinois Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa is awardedto the following students:Gertrude Sarah BoutonHarry John CorperJune Glathart Launer John Yin-bong LeeLucille Rochlitz Agnes WhitefordMaude Josephine WilcoxHonorable Mentionfor excellence -in the work of the Jun-ior Colleges is awarded to thefollowing students:Alice Freda BraunlichAlbert Dudley Brokaw Solomon Menahem DelsonHelen Dewhurst Bertha Elizabeth LangHonorable Mention for excellence in the work of the Sen-ior Colleges is awarded to thefollowing students:Anna Fredericke BodenGertrude Sarah BoutonCarrie ClineHarry John CorperEda Delphine FlaggEdith Hall Ralph Rollin KennanGrace Edith MayerWard NewmanMary Craig PalmerLucille Rochlitz Clara Gertrude SeymourStella Burnham VincentAgnes WhitefordMaude Josephine WilcoxDudley Weldon WoodardHonors for excellence in particular departments of the Senior Colleges are awarded tothe following students:Harry John Corper, ChemistryEdith Hall, HouseholdAdministratIon Clara Gertrude Seymour,EnglishStella Burnham Vincent,Zoology Maude Josephine Wilcox,HistoryVII. THE CONFERRING OF DEGREESCandidates for titles and degrees will be presented by their Deans in thefollowing order:Candidates for the title of Associate by Dean George Edgar Vincent.Candidates for the Certificate of the Two Years' Course in the College ofEducation by Dean Nathaniel Butler.Candidate 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 Master of Arts, Philosophy, or Science byDean Albion Woodbury Small.Candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Divinity by Dean Eri Baker Hulbert.Candidates for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Dean Albion Wood­bury Small.THE JUNIOR COLLEGESCandidates for the Title of Associate:Benjamin Casey AllinIrene Grace AnthonyAlice Freda BraunlichAlbert Dudley BrokawSarah Louise CappsHarley Chester Darlington Solomon Menahem DelsonHelen DewhurstHarriet FurnissHugo Philler GoodwinHarriett GrimJane Merwin Haven Arthur William HummelWilliam Frederick HummelHobart Russell HunterCharles Hammer IrelandVesta Lenore JamesonJacob Martin Iohlin, Jr.Charles Butler JordanBertha Elizabeth LangAnna Emilia LaurenMarinda Winsor MillerMary Reynolds MortonFrank Clay MurrahHelen Edith McKeeClarence Theodore MacNeilleElizabeth McNeil ParkerIrving PerrillMary Adelaide Pitkin Ruth Mary PorterMaude Olmsted PostMax Lewis RichardsHenry Buell RoneyTheodore RubovitsHarold Henry SchlabachRose Josephine SeitzLeo SpitzAddie Albertina SpohnClyde Ernest StackhouseTHE SENIOR COLLEGES Marguerite Katherine SyllaVivien Madeleine UllmerIda Belle VedderFred Mitchell WalkerPaul WanderHarriet Estabrook WilkesMarie Denning WilliamsRuth Elizabeth WilsonPaul Spencer WoodMary Evelyn ZurawskiCandidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts:Gertrude Sarah BoutonCarrie ClineA.B., Tri-State College, 1905Royal Haigh FisherA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1906Channing Wallace Gilson Ralph Rollin KennanA.B., Hillsdale College, 1891;A.M.,ibid.,1893; D.B.,ibid .• 1896Frank Sherman LovewellMary Craig PalmerLucille Rochlitz Otto Gustave SchmidtA.B., Heidelberg University, 1899Clara Gertrude SeymourAgnes WhitefordCandidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Philosophy:Charles Frederic AxelsonAnna Fredericke BodenB. Pe., Drake University, 1899Alice Maude ChesneyPh.B., Kalamazoo College, 1905Francelia ColbyDavid Charles Cook Eda Delphine FlaggEdith Maia Holbrook LathamGrace Edith MayerHerman Mendel, Jr.Ward NewmanTheodate Catherine Nowell Auburn Ray NowelsLinnae May PineAlice Maude PorterMaude Josephine WilcoxGrace WilliamsonCandidates for the Degree oj Bachelor of Science:Frank Christian BechtHarry John CorperRObert Stevenson DenneyGeorge Owen FairweatherJ ames Richard Greer Edith HallOwen Earl MacBrideCharles NewbergerOrlando Franke ScottTHE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION John Thomas Strawn,Eleanor Van Ness Van AlstyneStella Burnham VincentDudley Weldon WoodardS.B., Wilberforce University, 1903Candidates for the Certificate of the Two Years' Course:Jessie Cecelia BoyingtonHazel CummingsMila ParkeCandidate for the Degree of Bachelor of Education:Helene Marlette SeeTHE DIVINITY SCHOOLCandidate for the Degree of Bachelor of Divinity:ROY WILSON MERRIFIELD Thesis: Paul's Conception of Freedom from Law as AppliedA.B., University of Chicago, 1903 to Practical Life.Candidate for the Reenacted Degree oj Bachelor of Divinity:EMIL TRIBOLETCandidate for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy:ROL VIX HARLANA.B., Columbia University, 1899A.M., ibid., 1901D.B., University of Chicago, 1902 Thesis:. John Alexander Dowie and the Christian CatholicApostolic Church in Zion.THE GRADUATE SCHOOLSCandidate for the Degree of Master of Arts:RUTH BLEEKMANA.B., Beliot College, 1902(English, Philosophy) Thesis: Poe as CriticCandidates for the Degree of Master of Philosoplzy:CLYDE PARK LAMARA.B., Valparaiso College, 1897 No Thesis Requiredv TORU SATOGraduate of University of Waseda, 1901(Philosophy) Thesis: Ethical Theories in ChinaCandidates for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy:WILLIAM RICHARDS BLAIRS.B., University of Chicago, 1904(Physics, Mathematics) Thesis: The Index of Refraction of Water for Electric Wavesby Interference MethodsEMIL GOETTSCHS.B., University of Chicago, 1903(Anatomy, Pathology) Thesis: The Nature, Structure, and Distributz'on of theOesophageal Glands of MammalsGEORGE TYLER NORTHUPA.B., Williams College, 1897(Romance, German) Thesis: A Text of"EI Libro de los Gatos"FREDERICK OWEN NORTONA.B., Kentucky University, 1893A.M., ibid., 1895(Biblical and Patristic Greek, Greek) Thesis: A Lexicographical and Historical Study of ALO,8-qK7Ifrom the Earliest Times to the End of the ClassicalPeriod.JOHN SUNDW ALLPh.B., Central University of Utah, 1901D.B., ibid., 1902S.B., University of Chicago, 1905(Anatomy, Pathology) Thesis: The Structure of the Lacrymal GlandDANIEL AMBROSE TEARPh.B., Southwest Kansas College, 1896(Education, Philosophy) Thesis: The Logical Basis of Education from the Standpointof Instrumental LogicANTHONY LISPENARD UNDERHILLS.B., University of Chicago, 1900(Mathematics, Astronomy) Thesis: Invariants under Point Transformations in the Cal�culus of VariationsVIII. THE PRESIDENT'S QUARTERLY STATEMENT ON THE CONDI­TION OF THE UNIVERSITYIX. UNIVERSITY SONG-" Alma Mater."Words by�DWIN H. I.EWIS. Music adapted and arranged for mixed voices byPAUL MANDEVILLE.Arrangement copyright, 1898, by Paul Mandeville, Chicago.Recessional March "Grand March" BarnardX. THE BENEDICTIONTHE CONVOCATION CHAPLAINXI. THE RECESSIONHENRY PORTER CHANDLERHENRY GORDON GALEGLENN MOODY HOBBS PRESTON KYESJAMES WEBER LINNDAVID ALLAN ROBERTSONMARSHALJOSEPH EDWARD RA YCROFT, Marshal of the University CongregationASSISTANT MARSHALSCOLLEGE MARSHALSJOHN FRYER MOULDS, Head MarshalPAUL ARTHUR BUHLIGEDWARD GEORGE FELSENTHALPAUL ROWLEY GRAYNEIL MACKAY GUNNEARL DEWITT HOSTETTER ALVIN FREDERICK KRAMERSANFORD AVERY LYONHAROLD HENRY SCHLABACHHAROLD HIGGINS SWIFTCOLLEGE AIDESSTELLA ANDERSONMARGARET ERNESTINE BURTONMARY FISK HEAPHELEN ELIZABETH HENDRICKS WINIFRED KELSOMARGARET SPENCEHELEN TYTLER SUNNYEDITH EMILY TERRYTHE STUDENT COUNCILSAUTUMN QUARTER, 1906FOR THE GRADUATE SCHOOLS:. Robert Louis Benson, Lillian Gay Berry, Clarence Addison Dykstra, Roy Lee Moodie,Edward John Williamson.FOR THE DIVINITY SCHOOL:Warren Hastings McLeod, Chairman; Edward Atwood Henry, Secretary; Roy Henry Bar­rett, Herbert Francis Evans, Charles Arthur Exley, Robert Lincoln Kelley, Vergil VivianPhelps, Charles Henry Scheick, John Howard Stoutemyer.FOR THE LAW SCHOOL:Garfield S. Canright, George Puffer Gallaher, Frank Magnus Hultman, William HenryLeary, Edgar Donald Maple, William John Matthews, George Thomas McDermott, JamesPinckney Pope, Charles Julian Webb.FOR THE MEDICAL COU RSES:Thomas Edwin Flynn, Jesse Robert Gerstley, William Alvah Parks, James Patterson, CharlesHenry Swift, Ted Allen Terrell.FOR THE SENIOR COLLEGES:Nathan Louis Krueger, Chairman, Roscoe Simpson Fairchild, Secretary, Charles FredericAxelson, Paul Arthur Buhlig, Harry John Corper, Leo Wei! Hoffman, Donald StanleyHinckley, Jose Ward Hoover, Harold Glenn Moulton, Adolph George Pierrot.FOR THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:Bertha Blish, Chairman; Florence Rie Scott, Secretary; Florence Emily Bicknell, JessieMay Grant, Mae Belle Higgins.FOR THE JUNIOR COLLEGES:Max Rhode, Chairman; Edith Whitten Osgood, Secretary; Hart Edward Baker, PhebeFrancis Bell, Jean Krueger, Edward Leyden McBride, Elsie Schobinger, Earl Isaac Stewart.