'QCbe mnt\let1lttJ! of <tbtcagoFOUNDED BY JOHN D. ROCKEFELLERTHESIXTY-FOURTH CONVOCATIONUbe ButumnAUGUST THIRTIETHA. D. NINETEEN HUNDRED SEVENTHE LEON MANDEL ASSEMBLY HALLCHICAGO, ILLINOISORDER OF EXERCISESI. THE CONVOCATION PROCESSIONProcessional March "Triumphal March" from Incidental Music to "Henrythe Eighth" SullivanEDITH SHOPE REIDERUniversity OrganistThe Marshal of the University Congregation.The Candidates for the Associate's Title.The Candidates for Certificates.The Candidates for the Bachelor's Degree.The Candidates for Higher Degrees.The Faculties of the University.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,PROFESSOR GEORGE BURNHAM FOSTER.III. THE CONVOCATION ADDRESS"The Writer and the University," by WALTER HINES PAGE, Editor ofThe World's Work.IV. INTERLUDE," Oriental Sketch" BirdV. THE AWARD OF HONORSHonorable Mention for excellence in the work oJ the Junior Colleges is awarded to thefollowing students:Katherine Burgie Cole Jeannette Barry LaneHonorable Mention for excellence in work leading' to the Certificate of the College ofEducation is awarded to the followz'ng student:Violet Virginia Collins� _., � � ��'" >' "\1, '__.-.-.-'-------� _ --- ----- � --......-- --,,"""""" -- '���-�t'�Honorable Mention for excellence in the work of the four years' course in the College �Education is awarded to the following students:Flora Estelle Pope Helen PutnamHonorable Mention for excellence in the work of the Senior Colleges is awarded to th.following students:Helen BallyArthur Manly BoyerJohn Franklin EbersoleMinerva Fairbanks Fonda Katherine Elisabeth ForsterLila Kemble MorrisGertrude Farr MurrellAnna Evelyn Newman Henry SchwarmHenry William SumnerEdwin Sydney WertsHonors for excellence in particular departments of the Senior Colleges are awarded tethe following students:Arthur Manly Boyer,Political Econ- Katherine Elisabeth Forster,amy EngliskJohn Franklin Ebersole, PoliticalEconomy Anna Evelyn Newman, EngliskHenry Schwarm, GermanElection to membership in the Beta of Illinois Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa is atoardecto the following student:Paul Vincent HarperThe Sels Scholarship, for the young woman student who completes the first year of theJunior Colleges with the highest standing in the studies of that year, is awarded ttMarie Louise OuryVI. 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 Robert Morss Lovett.Candidates for the Certificate of the Two Years' Course in the College o:Education by Dean Nathaniel Butler.Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy, or Science bjDean Francis Wayland Shepardson.Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Education by Dean Nathaniel ButlerCandidates for the degree of Master of Arts, Philosophy, or Science b)Acting Dean Francis Wayland Shepardson.Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Divinity by Acting Dean Herber:Lockwood Willett.Candidates for the degree of Doctor of Law by Dean James Parker Hall.Candidates for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Acting DearFrancis Wayland Shepardson.THE JUNIOR COLLEGESCandidates [or tke Title of Associate:Katherine Burgie ColeDaniel Webster FergusonMary Ella HarrisonFred KahnMarie Lucile Kellogg Waunetah Beigh KephartDelbert Harrison LairdJeannette Barry LaneFountain Pierce LeighAlbert Stoneman LongTHE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Ethel Thompson LyonFlorence Ruth OldhamSydney WalkerUrson Richard WallaceIsaac Leo W olkowCandidates for tke Certificate of tke Two Years' Course oj tke College of Education:Harriet Emma Peet Flosse E. Wright����/�Candidates for tke Degree of Bachelor of Education:Florence Emily BicknellViolet Virginia CollinsFlora Estelle Pope Helen PutnamTHE SENIOR COLLEGESCandidates for tke Degree of Bachelor of Arts:John Simpson AbbottS.B., Buena Vista Normal College,1890., A.B., ibid, 1891Florence Milton AshcraftA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1906Pearle Irene DavidsonA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1907Leena Winnifred DickinsonA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1907UrI Morris FoxA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1907Lillian Ethelyn GibsonA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1906 Jessie Brown HayneA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1906Daniel Clarence HoltomA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1907Clare Agnes JeffreyA.B., Kalamazoo College, x906Clara Louise LittlePaul Maurice O'DonnellBenjamin Luther PilcherCharles Hull ProbertA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1907Henry SchwarmA.B., Dartmouth College, x897 Paul Clifford StetsonA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1907Pierce McNeil ThompsonA.B., Atlanta University, 1906Ethel May ToddA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1907Alice Elizabeth VincentA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1907Edwin Sydney WertsRuth WheatonA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1906Candidates [or tke Degree of Bachelor of Philosophy:Ruth AlexanderBelle Lydia BabbHelen BallyWilliam Edington BoydArthur Manly BoyerJabez William BurnsMary Ella CoppersmithCora Deborah CowperthwaiteAnnie Louise CrosbyPh.B., Kalamazoo College, X907Lois Ida CutrightViola DerattPeter Francis DunnJohn Franklin EbersoleSusan Dorothy EllisonPh.B., Kalamazoo College, 1905William Ellis Everett Katherine Elisabeth ForsterJesse Clair HarperMae Belle HiggonsA.B., New York City Normal College,x897Zoe Eolene HutchinsPh.B., Kalamazoo College, 1905Elizabeth JohnstonClara Beatrice jophesWaunetah Beigh KephartStephanie Vervait LockwoodLila Kemble MorrisMax Michael MuenichS.B., University of Wisconsin, 1901Vara Millicent MuffieyPh.B., Kalamazoo College, 1907Gertrude Farr MurrellElizabeth Mace McFarland Anna Evelyn NewmanEsther Amanda OlsenPh.B., Kalamazoo College, 1907Maude Olmsted PostWilliam James PufferPh.B., Kalamazoo College, 1907Ethel May ShandrewPh.B., Kalamazoo College, 1906Frederick Myron SissonAgnes Rodatz SnitjerMaude SparkmanPh.B., Stetson University, 190$Henry William SumnerGertrude Isabelle TaylorPh.B., Kalamazoo College, 1907Bernice May WarrenPh.B., Kalamazoo College, I907Abraham Lincoln WeberCandidates for tke Degree of Bachelor of Science:Alga Charlotte AndersonMary Winifred BurrJane Perry CookGeorge Washington CoxAlexander CraigA.B., Augusta College, 1904Minerva Fairbanks FondaWilliam Wood GorslineJohnson Francis Hammond Eugene Laurence HartiganRalph Voorhees HinkleS.B., Kalamazoo College, 1907Michael LaneMaurice Eaton PostS.B., Kalamazoo College, 1907Bessie Emma RumseyS.B., Kalamazoo College, 1907Milo Myron Scheid John Wesley Tope, Jr.William Butterfield UrmstonM.D., Ohio Medical College, I897John Earl WalkerS,B., Stetson University, 1907Seth Stetson WalkerS.B., Stetson University, 1907Robert Ramapatam WilliamsTHE DIVINITY SCHOOLCandidates for tke Degree oj Bachelor of D£vinity:FLOYD IRVING BECKWITHS.B., Kalamazoo College, 1904S.B., University of Chicago, 1905GEORGE WILLIAM FOGGA.B., Richmond College, 1903A.M., ibid, 1904LEONARD LOUMINO MANNA.B., McAlester College, 1902JAMES McGEEA. B., Kalamazoo College, 1905WILLIAM JOHN PEACOCKL.B., Denison University, 1901LACY PARKS SCHOOLINGA.B., University of Missouri, 1905ALPPlEUS WELBY TANDYA.B., DesMoines College, 1904 Thesis: The Wee Free Church of ScotlandThesis: Christian Sculpture in AmericaThesis: Henry DunsterThesis: Individual Wrong Doing and Social EvilThesis: The Church and the Conflict of InterestsThesis: The Catacombs of RomeThesis: Unorganized Unitarianism in New England inthe Eighteenth CenturyCandidates for the Degree of Master of Arts:Candidates for tke Degree of Doctor of Pk£losopky:HARRY LEROY TAYLORA.B., Cornell College, 1898D.B., Union Theological Seminary, 1903(Systematic Theology, New Testament)JOHN VANDERMEULENA.B .. Hope College, J895D.B., Seminary of Reformed Church of America(Church History, Sociology)CHARLES BRAY WILLIAMSA.B., Wake Forest College, 1891D.B., Crozer Theological Seminary, 1901(New Testament)FRANK GRANT LEWISA.B., Brown Universi�, 1893Graduate, Rochester Theological Seminary, 1896A.M., University of Chicago, 1906(New Testament, Philosophy)HENRY BARTON ROBISONA.B., Kentucky University, 1893A.M., ot«, J894(New Testament, Old Testament) Thesis: The Influence of the West upon the Nicene CreedThesis: Erasmus as a Religious ReformerThesis: The Influence of the Septuagint on New Testa­ment GreekThesis: The Irenaeus Testimony to the Fourth Gospel: ItsExtent, Meaning, and ValueThesis: The Syntax of the Participle in the Apostolic FathersTHE LAW SCHOOLCandidates for the Degree of Doctor of Law:THE GRADUATE SCHOOLSCandidates for the Degree of Master oj Arts:No thesis requiredLOUIS PAUL BROWNA.B., Yale University, 1901ROBr!KT MCNi(tR DAVrn'.... B Hansard IT 'II shy, 1905JAMES DWIGHT DICKERSON, cum laudeA.B., University of Chicago, 1906ROBERT LLEWELLYN HENRY, JR.Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1902B.C.L., Oxford University, 1901JOHN LAMAR HOPKINSA.B., University of Mississippi, 1896HARRY BAXTER BENNINGHOFFPh.B., Franklin College, 1902(Philosophy. Education, New Testament)\.or" JOSHUA GREGORY BOOM HOURA.B., Colgate University, 1891(Physics),i TERESA REGINA BYRNEA.B., College of St. Elizabeth, 1903(En(:,lish)-r II' GUY ROGER CLEMENTSA.B., Hiram College, 1905)(Mathematics)V· '" ERNEST GUY HAMA.B., Dartmouth College, 1894(Latin)�; V ROBERT HOUSTON HAMILTONA.B., Baylor University, 1899(Political Economy)LILLA McDONALD KETCHEMA.B., Lake Erie College, 1905(Romance)DUDLEY HOWE MILESA.B., Southwestern University, 1902(English)EDA BELLE NICHOL\.t' V IV'".. YV"V' '!¥'\.",-\........ \' A.B., Westminster College, 1898(Latin)EUGENE BRYAN PATTONA.B., Washington University, 1904(Political Economy)MAE VERONICA PRUNERA.B., Wittenberg College, 1899(History)GRACE MARGARET VINCENTA.B�. University of Chicago, 1906(Latm)Candidates for the Degree of Master of Philosophy:LORLEY ADA ASHLEMAN Thesis: The Educational Value of the Dramatic Method inPh.B., University of Chicago, 1905 Elementary Instruction in Foreign Languages(Education)FRANCES MYRTIS BANTAPh.B., Oberlin College, 1900(English, History, Latin)MARY MEEKA.B., Indiana University, 1900(History)JEAN EDITH MACKELLARPh.,B., University of Iowa, 1903(History) CHARLES ANDREWS HUSTON, cum laudeA.B., University of Chicago, 1902YOSHITARO NAKAMURAA.B., University of Washington, 1904ROYAL CHARLES SERCOMBA.B., Beloit College, 1898DANIEL R. SLAUSONPh.B., Colorado College, 1903DUDLEY KEZER WOODWARD, JR., cum laudeB.S., University of Texas, 190IThesis: The Charge on the Ions in Air by Roentgen RaysThesis: The Influence of Early Italian Poets on RosJettiThesis: The Motion of a Particle on a Skew HelicoidThesis: Attempts at Etymology in the Aeneid of VergilThesis: The Railroad Commission of TexasThesis: Marie de Champagne in History and LiteratureThesis: The Relation of " The Nonjurer" to "Le Tartuffe"Thesis: The Life of Atticus and His Relations with CiceroThesis: Precedents as to Treasury Control over the MoneyMarketThesis: The Vice-PresidencyThesis: The Extent and Variety of the Use of .Myth in theWorks of VergilNo thesis requiredThesis: The Campaign of I868Thesis: The Draft in the Civil WarCandidates for the Degree of Master of Science:/'l \I LURA HAZEL ANDERSONA.B., Butler College, 1906(Mathematics) Thesis: The Riemann Surface for w2 =1 _Z3'!,? BENJAMIN BRAUDES.B., University of Chicago, 1906(Physiology) Thesis: The Relative Agglutinating Action of Lymph andSerum on Bacillus TyphosusHARRY MILTON CLEMA. B., Indiana University, 1906(Geography) Thesis: The Pre-Glacial Drainage of the Upper MississippiBasin\.. WILLIAM TALMADGE HUGHESS.B., Yankton College, 1905(Physiology) Thesis: The Comparative Hemolytz'c Action of Serum andLymphSARAH TERESA PATTERSONS.B., University of Chicago, 1906(Botany) No thesis requiredVINCENT COLLINS POORA.B., University of Kansas, 1901(Mathematics) Thesis: The Vibrations �f an Elastic She!!LENA VAUGHANS.B., University of Chicago, 19011(Physics) Thesis: An Attempt to Correct Arrhenius' Formula for Degree0/ Dissociation of (�Oo) by taking Account of theEffect of Concentration upon the Velocity of theIonThesis: On Certain Loci Connected with the Problem of TwoBodiesDUDLEY WELDON WOODARDS.B., University of Chicago, 1906(Mathematics)Candidates for the Degree oj Doctor of Philosophy:EDITH ETHEL BARNARDS.B., University of Chicago, 1903S.M., ibid, 1905(Chemistry, Physics) Thesis: The Effect of Electrolytes and Non-Electrolytes onthe Catalysis of Imt'do EstersKATHARINE BLUNTA.B., Vassar College, 1898(Chemistry, Physics) Thesis: A Study in Catalysis: The Formation of Amidinesv V ROBERT LACEY BORGERA.B .• Florida Agricultural College, 1893A.M., University of Chicago, 1905(Mathematics, Astronomy) Thesis: On the Determination of T ernary Linear Groups ina Galois Field of Order p2MA TILDE CASTROA.B. University of Chicago, 1900(Philosophy, Psychology) Thesis: The Respective Standpoints of Logic and Psychology.> VWILLEY DENISA.B., Tulane University, 1899A.M., ibid, 1902(Chemistry, Physiology) Thesis: On the Behavior oj Various Aldehydes, Ketones, andAlcohols toward Oxidizing AgentsJUNE ETTA DOWNEYA.B., University of Wyoming, 1895A.M., University of Chicago, 1898(Psychology, Philosophy)0" v'GRACE MAXWELL FERNALD"\)' A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1903- A.M., ibid, 1905(Psychology, Philosophy) Thesis: Control Processes in HandwritinfI: An Experi­.. mental Study of Verbal ImageryThesis: The Phenomena of Peripheral Vision as Affected bythe Brightness of Background and by DarkAdaptationROBERT ANDERSON HALLA.B., University of Chicago, 1905(Chemistry, Physics) Thesis: A Study in Catalysis: The Formation oj Guani­dines from Isourea Esters./v IRA CALVERT HAMILTONA.B., Indiana University, 1900(Political Science, History) Thesis: The History of Administration in IllinoisAUGUSTUS RAYMOND HATTONPh.B., Franklin College, 18g8(Political Science, History)v CHARLES ELLSWORTH HORNEA.B., Waynesburg College, 18g7A.M., ibid, Ig00A.M., Harvard University, 1904(Assyrian, Hebrew)'v LOUIS INGOLDA.B., University of Missouri, IgOIA. M., ibid, 1902(Mathematics, Astronomy)1\1' '" NELS JOHANN LENNESS.B., University of Chicago, 18g8S.M., ibid, 1903(Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics)v FREDERICK WILLIAM OWENSS.B., University of Kansas, Ig02S.M., ibid, 1902(Mathematics, Astronomy)V LULA PACEB.S., Baylor University, 1890S.M., University of Chicago, 1902(Plant Morphology, Plant Physiology)JOSEPH PETERSONS.B. University of Chicago, Ig05(Psychology, Philosophy)" FRANK HENRY PIKEA.B., Indiana University, Ig03(Physiology, Anatomy, Physiologica Chemistry)WILLIAM HORACE ROSSS.B., Dalhousie University, Ig03S.M., ibid, Ig04(Chemistry, Physics)V \; . DRAPER TALMAN SCHOONOVERA.B., Washburn College, 18gg(Latin, Greek)V W ALTER ROBINSON SMITH�h.B., Missouri Valley College, 18g9( h:M., University of Chicago, Ig01HIstOry, Political Science)V LOUIS AGASSIZ TESTB.M.E., Purdue University, 1894A.C., ibid, 18g6(Chemistry, Bacteriology)V 'V EDW ARD JOHN WILLIAMSONA.B •• Queen's University, 1898A.M., ibid, Igoo(German, Romance)'- NORMAN RICHARD WILSONA.B., University of Toronto, 1899A.M., ibitl1 1901(Mathematics, Physics)v '" GEORGE WINCHESTER�.B., University of Chicago, 1903Physics, Chemistry)HOWARD WOODHEADA.B., University of Chicago, 1900(Sociology, Political Economy) Thesis: An Introduction to the Study of Civil Service Reformin the United StatesThesis: Personal Names in the Sargon LettersThesis: Vector Interpretation of Symbolic ParametersThesis: Curves in Non-Metrical Analysis Situs with Appli­cations to the Calculus of Variations and Differ­ential EquationsThesis: The bttroduction 0/ Ideal Elements and Constructionof Projective n-space in Terms of a PlanarSystem of Points Involving Order and Desargues'TheoremThesis: Fer#lization in CypripediumThesis: Ohm's Law in Relation to Some Secondary Phenomenaof HearingThesis: The Resuscitation of the Respiratory and Other BulbarNervous Mechanisms, with Special Reference tothe Question of Their AutomaticityThesis: On the Relation between the Radioactivity and theComposition of Thorium and Uranium MineralsThesis: A Study of Corbulo as Portrayed in the Annals ofTacitusThesis: A History oj Dueling in the United StatesThesis: A Study in Catalysis: The Rearrangement 0/Ortho-aminophenyl EstersThesis: Romantic Elements in Grillparzer's Dramas.Thesis: Isoperimetrical Problems Which Are Reducible to Non­isoperime/rical ProblemsThesis: The Effect 0/ Temperature upon the Discharge ojElectricity from Metals Illuminated by Ultra­Violet LightThesis: 'I he Social Significance of the Physical Developmentof CitiesVII. UNIVERSITY SONG-" Alma Mater."Words byEDWIN H. LEWIS. Music adapted and arranged for mixed voIces b,PAUL MANDEVILLE.��%�rll I1Jlli+ fld:JitfliPOf all fair moth-ers, fair • est she, Most wise of all that wls - est be,W 6 praise her breadth of char - i - ty, Her faith that truth shall make men free,For . clec - ades and for cen - tu - ries, Its bat - tic - ment-ed tow'rs shall rise,Arrangement copyright, 1898, by Paul Mandeville. Chicago.VIII. THE BENEDICTIONTHE CONVOCATION CHAPLAIN.IX. THE RECESSIONRecessional March, "Festival March" BatisteMARSHALJOSEPH EDWARD RAYCROFT, Marshal of the University CongregationGLENN MOODY HOBBS, Acting Marshal of the University Congregatz'onASSISTANT MARSHALSHENRY PORTER CHANDLERHENRY GORDON GALEGLENN MOODY HOBBS PRESTON KYESJAMES WEBER LINNDAVID ALLAN ROBERTSONCOLLEGE MARSHALSALVIN FREDERICK KRAMER, Head MarshalNORMAN BARKERPAUL ARTHUR BUHLIGEDWARD GEORGE FELSENTHALHARVEY BENJAMIN FULLER, JR. NEIL MACKAY GUNNHAROLD HENRY SCHLABACHFRED MITCHELL WALKERCOLLEGE AIDESSTELLA ANDERSONMARY ETHEL COURTENAYALICE GREENACRE MARY FISK HEAPWINIFRED KELSOHELEN TYTLER SUNNYTHE STUDENT COUNCILSSUMMER QUARTER, 1907FOR THE LAW SCHOOL:William John Matthews, Secretary; George Puffer Gallaher, Frank Magnus HultmanWilliam Henry Leary, George Thomas McDermott, James Pinckney Pope.FOR THE MEDICAL COURSES:Erastus Smith Edgerton, Jesse Robert Gerstley, George Emmett Knappenberger,Franklin Chambers McLean, Clyde Ernest Stackhouse.FOR THE SENIOR COLLEGES:Frank Samuel Bevan,President; Elton James Moulton, Secretary,' Hugo Frank Bezdek,I vy Hunter Dodge, Alvin Frederick Kramer, Edith Shope Reider.FOR THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:Jessie B. Strate, President,' Sarah Beulah Bass, Sadie May Rice, Althea Mae Ricker,Margaret Cooper Stevens.