'II,I'QCbt fMntbttutt1? of ctbtcagoFOUNDED BY JOHN D. ROCKEFELLERCHICAGO, ILLINOISTHESIXTY-SIXTH CONVOCATION\the SpringMARCH SEVENTEENTHA. D. NINETEEN HUNDRED EIGHTTHE LEON MANDEL ASSEMBLY HALLoK.��VllftJmftg Rtoo""'.Processional March "March from Tannhauser " WagnerORDER OF EXERCISESI. THE CONVOCATION PROCESSIONTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO MILITARY BANDFredric M. Blanchard, DirectorThe Marshal of the University Congregation.The Candidates for the Associate's Title.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 Recorder.The Vice-President of the Board of Trustees and the Convocation ChaplainThe President of the University and the Convocation Orator.II. THE PRAYERThe Convocation Chaplain, The REVEREND ROBERT MORRIS KEMP, Rectorof St. Chrysostom's Church.III. THE CONVOCATION ADDRESS"The Rational Limits of Academic Freedom," by ANDREW SLOAN DRAPER,LL.D., Commissioner of Education for the State of New York.IV. INTERLUDE," Allegretto"EDITH SHOPE REIDERUniversity Organist BrysonV. THE AWARD OF HONORSHonorable Mention for excellence in the work of the Junior Colleges 1,S awarded to thefollowing students,'Honorable Mention for excellence in the work of the Senior Colleges is awarded to thefollowing students,'Honors for excellence in particular departments of the Senior Colleges are awarded tothe following students,'George Harold Anderson, History Frances Catharine Baker, Romance Marguerite Ellen Marks, Latinand Political Economy Alice Freda Braunlich, Latin and Rose Josephine Seitz, GermanGladys Russell Baxter, Household Greek Althea Hester Warren, EnglishMembers are elected to Sigma Xi on nomination of the Departments of Science for evidenceof ability in research work in Science. The election of the following students isannounced:Members are elected to the Beta of Illinois Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa on nomination by theUniversity for especial distinction in general scholarship in the University. The electionof the following students is announced:Samuel Barnard ArveyWillowdean ChattersonLee Joseph LevingerGeorge Harold AndersonHattie Rebecca AndersonFrances Catharine BakerGladys Russell BaxterAlice Freda BraunlichCharles Wallace CollinsAdministrationGeorge Cromwell AshmanRobert Earle BuchananWilliam Weldon HickmanDwight LaBrae AkersGeorge Harold AndersonHattie Rebecca Anderson Myra Halstead NugentKatharine May SlaughtLouis Daniel SmithMathilde DroegeHarvey Benjamin Fuller, Jr.Paul Vincent HarperHilda Evelyn HiemenzBertha Elizabeth LangMarguerite Ellen MarksPaul Vincent Harper, SemiticNilsine Johanna KildahlElwood S. MooreFranklin Chambers McLeanMathilde DroegeHarvey Benjamin Fuller, Jr.Jeannette Barry Lane Albert Arthur SmithNina YeomanThomas Canady MiddletonJune McCarthyJennie Willing McMullinRose Josephine SeitzAlthea Hester WarrenHerman Augustus SpoehrFrank Adolph St. SureDavid Duke ToddElsie SchobingerRose Josephine SeitzVI. 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 Alexander Smith.Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy, or Science byDean James Hayden Tufts.Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Education by Dean NathanielButler.Candidates for the degree of Master of Arts, Philosophy, or Science byDean Albion Woodbury Small.Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Divinity by Dean Shailer Mathews.Candidates for the degree of Doctor of Law by Dean James Parker Hall.Candidates for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Dean Albion WoodburySmall.Grace Mary Robertson AbbotSamuel Barnard ArveyHoward Painter BlackfordWillowdean ChattersonMay Theresa ClarkJohn Flint DilleIsaac Edward FergusonRobert J. HartEugene Corthell HoadleyHelen Elisabeth HurdMary Lillian KenneyLee Joseph Levinger THE JUNIOR COLLEGESCandidates for the Title of Associate:Samuel Esleeck LingleClarie Margaret LynchMyra Halstead NugentHelen Fisher PeckJulia ReichmannHarry Spencer RichardsFred Emanuel RobergRuth RobertsonClara Strong RoeMarion SchaffnerEmily Amanda Schmidt India Ethelyn SharpKarl Park ShuartKatharine May SlaughtPersis Dorothy SmallwoodAlbert Arthur SmithLouis Daniel SmithAnnie Cleary TempletonFlorence Alice TyleyOlive Lorena UnderhillRoma Fern VogtNina YeomanTHE COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONCandidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Education:Adelaide May ChapinHazel Cummings Gertrude Olive DickermanMathilde Droege Nellie Belle GreenCandidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts:Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Philosophy:Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science:Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Divinity:Hattie Rebecca AndersonAlice Freda BraunlichGeorge Harold AndersonFrances Catharine BakerElizabeth BarnhartGladys Russell BaxterCharles Wallace CollinsS.B., Alabama Polytechnic In­stitute, 1899Florence ComptonGertrude Olive DickermanMathilde DroegeHarry Richard HoffmanROBERT LINCOLN KELLEYA.B., University of Minnesota, 1902ALBERT CLARENCE SAXTONA.B., University of Idaho, 1903JOHN COWPER GRANBERY�.B., Randolph-Macon College, 1896(N·B., Vanderbilt University, 1899ew Testament)RALPH ROLLIN KENNANA.B., Hillsdale College, 1891�.M., o«; 1893.B., IbM., 1896(New Testament)KITTO STANLEY CARLISLEA.B., Kenyon College, 1903EDGAR NOBLE DURFEE, cumlaudeA.B., Harvard University, 1904ALBRECHT ROBERT CARLKIPPA.B., Indiana University, 1906 THE SENIOR COLLEGESPaul Vincent HarperHilda Evelyn HiemenzMagaretta Syvilla EaslyGeorge Reinhard FaustHarvey Benjamin Fuller, Jr.Etta May LacyBertha Elizabeth LangLida Meredith LaytonPh.B., Indiana University, 1903Marguerite Ellen MarksRobert Rollins MixEloise LockhartHarrison Andrew LydingTHE DIVINITY SCHOOL Thomas Canady MiddletonA.B., Tarkio College, 1904Carter Godwin WoodsonWalter Thomas McAvoyJune McCarthyJennie Willing McMullinElla SatterthwaitRose Josephine SeitzN ora Belle StevensonMorgia Jane StoughAlthea Hester WarrenMary Evelyn ZurawskiAdelaide Albertina SpohnJohn William ThomsonThesis: The Doctrinal Emphasis of the Great Evangelistsbeginning with Charles G. FinneyThesis: Judicial Decision of the Persecution of the Quakers inNew EnglandThesis: Relation of Apocalyp#c to ProphecyThesis: Jewish Ideas about the Future of the Wicked and TheirRelation to New Testament TeachingTHE LAW SCHOOLWILLIAM HENRY LEARY,cum laudeA.B., Amherst College, 1903PERRY J. LONG, curn'TaudeA.B., Ohio Northern University, 1903Ph.B., The University of Chicago,1907· HORACE GARNER REED,cum laudePh.B., The University of Chicago, 1906CHANNING LOVELL SENTZA.B., Oberlin College, 1905Candidates for the Degree of Master of Arts:Candidate for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws:Gasper EdwardsCandidates for the Degree of Doctor of Law:THE GRADUATE SCHOOLSCandidate for the Degree of Master of Arts:JAMES MARCUS GORDONA.B., Trinity University, 1903(Latin) No Thesis RequiredCandidates for the Degree of Master of Philosoplty:JESSIE REID ROW A TA.B., Western University, 1906(English, General Literature, History) No Thesis RequiredJOHN ELBERT STOUTA.B., Cornell College, 1904(Philosophy)BENNETT T AYLOR WAITESS.B., Valparaiso College, 190ID.B., Vanderbilt University, 1907(Sociology) Thesis: Utilization of the Social in Secondary School Organi­zation and ManagementThesis: Child-Labor in the Cotton Mills oj AlabamaCandidates for the Degree of Master of Science:AMANDA EDDY GEIGLEYS.B., Knox College, 1901(Botany)JOSE IGNACIO DEL ROSARIO YVALDEZCOA.B., Ateneo Municipal, Manila, 1901(Chemistry) No Thesis RequiredThesis: Stereoisomerism of ImidoestersCandidates for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy:GEORGE LANE MELTONS.B., Kansas State Agricultural College, 1893Ph.B., The University of Chicago, 1902(History, Political Science) Thesis: Development of the Lake Superz'or Iron RegionROWLAND HECTOR MODEA.B., University of Toronto, 1898A.M., rst«, I899Th.B., McMaster University, I90ID.B., Ibid., 1902(Assyrian, Hebrew) Thesis: Babylonian Tablets in the Haskell MuseumROY LEE MOODIEA.B., University of Kansas, I905(Paleontology, Zoology) Thesis: Contribu#on to a Monograph of the North AmericanExtinct AmphibiaThesis: A Study of Sensory Control in the Rat... FLORENCE ELLA RICHARDSONA.B., University of Nebraska, 1902(Psychology, Education)MAR Y EMILY SINCLAIRA.B., Oberlin College, 1900A.M., The University of Chicago, 1903(Mathematics, Astronomy) Thesis: On a Compound Discontinuous Solution Connectedwith the Surface of Revolution of Minimum AreaVII. THE PRESIDENT'S QUARTERLY STATEMENT ON THE CONDI­TION OF THE UNIVERSITYWords bynnWIN H. LEWIS. Music adapted and arranged for mixed voices b,PAUL MANDEVILLE.•VIII. UNIVERSITY SONG-" Alma Mater"��v t 13: J 1 J II: i + tid: J i i f i� PPOf all fair moth-ers, fair - est she, Most wise of all that wis - est be,We praise her breadth of char - i - ty, Her faith that truth shall make men tree,For - dec - ades and for cen > tu - rles, Its bat • tle- ment-ed tow'rs shall rise,Arrangement copyright, 1898, by Paul Mandeville, Chicago.IX. THE BENEDICTIONTHE CONVOCATION CHAPLAIN.X. THE RECESSIONRecessional March, "Coronation March" MeyerbeerMARSHALJOSEPH EDWARD RAYCROFT, Marshal of the Uniuersity CongregationASSISTANT MARSHALSHENRY PORTER CHANDLERHENRY GORDON GALEGLENN MOODY HOBBS PRESTON KYESJAMES WEBER LINNDAVID ALLAN ROBERTSONCOLLEGE MARSHALSALVIN FREDERICK KRAMER, Head MarshalNEIL MACKAY GUNNNORMAN BARKERPAUL ARTHUR BUHLIGEDWARD GEORGE FELSENTHAL PAUL VINCENT HARPERCHARLES BUTLER JORDANHAROLD HENRY SCHLABACHWILLIAM EMBRY WRATHERLUTHER DANA FERNALDHARVEY BENJAMIN FULLER, JR.COLLEGE AIDESSTELLA ANDERSONSARAH LOUISE CAPPSMARY ETHEL COURTENAYALICE GREENACRE MARY FISK HEAPWINIFRED KELSOHELEN TYTLER SUNNYTHE STUDENT COUNCILSWINTER QUARTER, 1908FOR THE JUNIOR COLLEGES:Albert Dean Henderson, Chairman,· Willowdean Chatterson, Secretary,' BradfordGill, Raymond Deforest Penney, Edith Prindeville, Allen Sayles, Katharine Slaught,Clara Bertha Spohn.FOR THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:Jessie B. Strate, Chairman,' Lucy BarrolI, Secretary,' Florence Brecht, Adah MayJandt, Margaret Stevens.FOR THE SENIOR COLLEGES:William Embry Wrather, Chairman,' Frances Catharine Baker, Secretary,' NormanBarker, Florence Jeannette Chaney, Harriett Grim, Henry Rowland Halsey, HarryArthur Hansen, Harry Winifred Harriman, Ruth Marion Kellogg, William PatersonMacCracken, Paul Peter Princell.FOR THE MEDICAL COURSES:Donald Putnam Abbott, Robert Booth Acker, Robert Cochran Crumpton, JamesGarfield Earl, Erastus Smith Edgerton, Harry Richard Hoffman, Thomas ArthurJohnson, John William Miller, George Banker Schwachtgen, John Joseph Sprafka,Charles Henry Swift, Eleanor Elizabeth Whipple.FOR THE DIVINITY SCHOOL:Douglas Clyde Macintosh, Chairman,' Joseph Kinmont Hart, Secretary,' IngramEbenezer Bill, Claude Edward Boyer, George Washington Cheesman, Charles Wal­lace Collins, Guy Carlton Crippen, Bruce Edmund Jackson, Mark Frank Sanborn.FOR THE LAW SCHOOL:Frank Samuel Bevan, Howard Edward Flanagan, Hugo Morris Friend, Jose WardHoover, Heber Peart Hostetter, Perry J. Long, Harry Dale Morgan,Norman HathawayPritchard.FOR THE GRADUATE SCHOOLS:Charles Read Baskerville, Clarence Addison Dykstra, Roger Miller Jones, CharlesHouston Shattuck, Clarence Stone Yoakum.