FOUNDED BY JOHN D. ROCKEFELLERCHICAGO, ILLINOISTHESIXTY-EIGHTH CONVOCATIONUbe ButumnAUGUST TWENTY-EIGHTHA. D. NINETEEN HUNDRED EIGHTTHE LEON MANDEL ASSEMBLY HALLORDER OF EXERCISESI. THE CONVOCATION PROCESSIONProcessional March "Pomp and Circumstance"Arthur Dunham, F.A.G.O., University Organist ElgarThe 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 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 PROFESSOR CORNELIUSWOELFKIN, D.D., Rochester Theological Seminary.III. THE CONVOCATION ADDRESS"The Political Approach of the Two Americas" by His Excellency JOAQUIMNxsuco, LL.D., Litt.D., Brazilian Ambassador to the United States.IV. INTERLUDE," Elegy" MassenetV. THE AWARD OF HONORSHonorable Mention for excellence in the work of the Junior Colleges ts awarded to thefollowing students:Geneva Katie Bateman Paul MoserHonorable Mention for excellence in the work leading to the Certificate of the College ojEducation is awarded to the following student:May TorreyHonorable Mention for excellence in the work of the Senior Colleges is awarded to thefollowing students:Dwight L. AkersMartha Annette CasonLaura Bird ChurchillMabel ChurchillClinton Joseph DavissonAnthonette DurantElizabeth Rey DurleyBruno Abraham Goldberger Alta Kathryn GreenKatherine HannanGeorge Andrew HarperHarry Colson HeathJoseph Gladden HuttonBertrand Luscombe JonesHulda Rose LudwigLou Ella Miles Lena Rosella MovitzWalter Shoemaker PondWilliam Claude ReavisLucy Ellen SmithNellie Gertrude Van Riper[SpenceFrank Howard StevensHonors for excellence in particular departments of the Senior Colleges are awarded tothe following students:Dwight L. Akers, Political Econ- Clinton Joseph Davisson, Physics Joseph Gladden Hutton, Botanyamy and Sociology and Mathematics Frank Howard Stevens, Mathe-Vue Ching, Political Economy and Alta Kathryn Green, HistoryHistory Katherine Hannan, History andSociology maticsMembers 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:Clinton Joseph Davisson Joseph Gladden Hutton William Duncan Mac MillanVI. 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 SmithCandidates for the Certificate of the Two Years Course in the College of Edu­cation by Dean Nathaniel ButlerCandidates for the degree of Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy, or Science byDean James Westfall ThompsonCandidate for the degree of Bachelor of Education by Dean NathanielButler.Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws by Dean James Parker Hall.Candidates for the degree of Master of Arts, Philosophy, or Science byActing Dean Charles Reid Barnes.Fleming Allen Clay PerrinLoy Jasmine SavageGeorgetta Marian ShippyElsie May SoyerFrank Herbert TempletonCandidates for the degree of Bachelor of Divinity by Acting Dean HerbertLockwood Willett.Candidates for the degree of Doctor of Law by Dean James Parker Hall.Candidates for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Acting Dean CharlesReid Barnes.THE JUNIOR COLLEGESCandidates for the Title of Associate:George AbelioGeneva Katie BatemanJUlia BiedrzyckiAgnes Burns FergusonLily Martin FerryWarren Dunham Foster Samuel Maier Haimoivi.tzAlfred Charles HicksOma Margaret MoodyPaul MoserMary Anna NicholasTHE COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONCandidates for the Two Years Certificate:Helen ConverseMinona Louise Fitts Bessie Alice HoodEstilene PendletonBertrand Luscombe JonesA.B., Wilmington College, 1900Mabel J ennetta LodgeHenry Thompson LouthanLou Ella MilesWalter Shoemaker PondDora Alice PyleNellie Gertrude Van Riper[SpenceMiriam Josephine RitcheyMay TorreyAnthonette DurantCandidate for the Degree of Bachelor of Education:THE SENIOR COLLEGESCandidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts:Caroline Elizabeth BrydieA.B., Atlanta University, 1899Anna Howell BurtA.B., Butler College, 1908Martha Annette CasonAustin Greene CatoA.B., Oakland City College,1901Marian Elizabeth DaniellsA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1908 Mabel Claire EasterbrookA.B., Kalamazoo College, 1908Charlotte Dixon EdgertonA.Bo, Butler College, 1:908Bruno Abraham GoldbergerGeorge Andrew HarperA.B., Cedarville College, 1901Nellie lone IsbellA.B., Lenox College, 1903William Claude ReavisA.B., Oakland City College, Ig05Max Lewis RichardsElizabeth Gregory RobertsonFlorence Bell RobinsonPh.B., Kalamazoo College, Ig08Georgia May RoseTheodore Jeannette ScherzHarold Henry SchlabachLoretta SmithLucy Ellen SmithMary Roenah ThomasUrson Richard WallaceEdith Luella WalworthPh.B., Kalamazoo College, Ig08James Walter WheelerHenry Mills WilliamsCandidates for the Degree of Bachelor of PhilosophyCandidates for the Degree of Bachelor of ScienceDwight L. AkersJohn Vincent BalchPh.B., Kalamazoo College, Ig08Celia Mary ChaseDavid Gamble ChaseS.B., The University of Nashville,Ig02Yue ChingLaura Bird ChurchillMabel ChurchillMildred Adelaide CoffmanMarye Yeamans DabneyElma Lucile DidlakePh.B., Butler College, Ig08Anthonette DurantElizabeth Rey DurleyMary Elizabeth FitzsimmonsLaura Viola HalePh.B., Kalamazoo College, Ig04Mary Ridley AppeldoornS.B., Kalamazoo College, Ig08Clyde Maxwell BauerHelen Alexena CampbellS.B., Kalamazoo College, Ig08Irwin Wright CottonS.B., John B. Stetson University,Ig08Clinton Joseph DavissonHoward Wesley DunnS. B., Kalamazoo College, Ig08Frederick Howard FallsVernor Clifford FinchS.B., Kalamazoo College, Ig08 Esther HamptonPh.B., JohnB.Stetson University,Ig08Katherine HannanWilliam Frederick HummelMarion JacksonPh.B., JohnB. Stetson University,Ig08Marcia Hargis JansonAlbert James LobbA.B., Ripon College, Ig05Hulda Rose LudwigThomas S. MillerLena Rosella MovitzElla Josephine MurphyGustavus Swift PaineCharles Cleveland PapeMabel RaichlenCharles Lewis GothamHenry Rowland HalseyHarry Colson HeathS.B., Cornell College, Ig03Edith Renner HullJoseph Gladden HuttonMadge KayLouise LassfolkS.B., Kalamazoo College, 1908Florence Ruth OldhamIrving PerrillClarence Gilbert PoolTHE DIVINITY SCHOOL Mildred PowellS.B., Kalamazoo College, Ig08Clara Adeline RookusS.B., Kalamazoo College, Ig08Clarence William RussellMany Zachary ShapiroFrank Howard StevensFrancis Enos TinkerD.D.S., State University of Iowa,Ig04Charles Francis WatsonJoshua Chitwood WittA.B., Butler College, Ig08GEORGE WASHINGTON CHEESMANA.B., Bucknell University, Ig05Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Divinity:DAVID MA TTl-lIAS GORDON HANDA.B., Central University of Iowa, Ig02 Thesis: 1" he Church and the WorkingmanThesis: The Fellow-Workers oj PaulALBER T FRANCIS BASSFORDA.B., Brown University, Ig06 Candidates for the Degree of Master of Arts:WILLIAM HAMIL TON HANNUMA.B., Ohio State University, 1887 Thesis: The Teachings of Jesus on the Character of God as aBasis for Ethical ConductThesis: Hindu MoralsCandidate for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy:CHARLES BRAY WILLIAMSA.B., Wake Forest College, 18g1D.B., Crozer Theological Seminary, 1901A.M .. The University of Chicag-o, 1907(Biblical and Patristic Greek, Hebrew Languageand Literature) Thesis: The Participle in the Book of Acts/vvJ THE LAW SCHOOLCandidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws:Frank Hayes Swenson Walter Edward Woolf (As of March 17, 1908)Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Law (7. D.):CHARLES NICKERSON[CADWELLA.B., The University of Illinois, 1902Ph. B., The University of Chicago, 1905(As of March 17, 1908) VICTOR HENRY KULP, cum LUTHER DAVID SWAN-laude [STROMPh.B., The University of Chicago, A.B., Bethany College, 19041905IR VIN I. LIVINGSTONALBER T LAFAYETTE HOP- A.B., Illinois Wesleyan University,KINS, cum laude 1905A.B., The University of Chicago, 1905THE GRADUATE SCHOOLSCandidates for the Degree of Master of Arts:FRANK LESLIE BLACK �,.A.B., Christian University, 1905A.M., Ibid., 1905(Latin) Thesis: Virgil's Use of Simile in the Aeneid,'" IRVILLE FAY DAVIDSON"A.B.) Harvard University, 1897(LatIn) Thesis: The Niobe Myth in English LiteratureCHARLES ELIJAH DECKERA.B., Northwestern University, 1906 ;;.,(Geology) Thesis: The Presence of Petroleum and Natural Gas in theUnited States..., HARRIET EUDORA GLAZIERA.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1896(Ma thematics) Thesis: Properties of Curves Generated by the Focus of anEllipse and an Hyperbola as They Roll on aStraight LineMARY VINCENT HILLMANA.B., College of St. Elizabeth, 1904 ,,j'(English) V Thesis: Hawthorne's Attitude totoard TranscendentalismRUBY LEE LAMBA.?, Kalamazoo College, 1907(SBI�lical and Patristic Greek, EcclesiasticaloClOlogy) Thesis: The First Three Years of Paul's Career as a ChristianRELLA MIRIAM LOWA( .B., Iowa College, 1907Greek) Thesis: Adolescence in PlatoCLARA GERTRUDE SEYMOURA(E·B.,.The University of Chicago, 1906nghsh) Thesis: The Stage History of Shakespere's Comedies in theEighteenth Century.. FLORENCE AURELIA ST. CLAIRA(L·B:, Des Moines College, 1906ann, General Literature) Thesis: 7 he Prologues of Plautus and TerenceI WALTER OWEN WEBBERA(R'?" Defiance College, 1904IS tory , Sociology) Thesis: History of Pension Legislation in the United StatesJESSIE SHAFER WENNERA(L·B .. , Woman's College of Baltimore, 1896atin) . Thesis: Tacitus' Attitude toward the EmpireCARTER GODWIN WOODSONA(H'�" The University of Chicago, 1908 • j.istory) � Thesis: The Policy of France in the War of the AustrianSuccessionCandidates for the Degree of Master of Philosophy:V ARCHIBALD MOWBRAY BURNHAMA.B., Toronto University, 18g8(English)/ V' DAVID GAMBLE CHASEV S.B., The University of Nashville, Ig02Ph.B., The University of Chicago, Ig08(History)fV � MYRTLE CLAPPPh.B., The University of Chicago, Ig06(English)f. / CHARLES McCLAIN CORRELLV V Ph.B., The University of Chicago, Ig07. (History)ANNA EVELYN NEWMANPh.B., The University of Chicago, Ig07(English)NELLIE VIRGINIA POWELLA.M., Randolph-Macon Woman's College, Igoo(English),WILLIAM ODELL SHEPARD\,.1' V Ph.B., The University of Chicago, Ig07 �,(English)/ i MARGARET SOUTHWICK ,,;:'v A.B., The University of Wisconsin, Ig06(English)OTTIS BEDNEY SPERLIN'V/ .. f A.B., Indiana University, Ig03 ,';!((English)'f .; MAURIE ELIZABETH WENDEL ,.Ji� Ph.B., The University of Chicago, Ig07 V(General Literature)TSING NYUH WOOA.B., Wabash College, Ig07(Sociology and Political Science) Thesis: Humanitarian Fiction from I830 to I880Thesis: The Administration of President Buchanan basedupon his Messages and PapersThesis: The Relation between Hawthorne's American Note­Books and His RomancesThesis: The Prize Leases of I86aThesis: Sentimental ComedyThesis: The Literature of Manners of the Sixteenth andEighteenth Centuries ContrastedThesis: A Study of Thomas Lovell BeddoesThesis: Beginnings of the Reform Movement in EnglishComedyThesis: The Relation of Otway's Tragedies to the HeroicPlayThesis: The Woman's Part in Homeric LifeNo Thesis RequiredCandidates for the Degree of Master of Science:HELEN MARR COLLINSV./ S.B., The University of Chicago, Ig05(Geography)CHLOE MAY FOSTERA.B., Indiana University, 1905(Mathematics).,/ / MEYER GABA\S.B., The University of Chicago, Ig07 $(M athematics). ,,/ V ROBERT MEADE GINNINGS11.1" A.B., The University of Missouri, Ig04 W(Mathematics)ARNO BENEDICT LUCKHARDTS.B., The University of Chicago, Ig06(Physiology)\i/O /' JOHN GASTON RYANS.B., Penn College, Ig07S.B., The University of Chicago, 1907(Physiology)ROBER T RAMAP A T AM WILLIAMSS.B., The University of Chicago, 1907 \ �(Chemistry) Thesis: Geographic Influence in the History of IllinoisThesis: Discussion of the Curves generated by the Centers ofan Ellipse and Hyperbole as They Roll, withoutSliding, on a Straight LineThesis: On the Cremona Trans/ormation of CurvesThesis: Motion of Particle on a Revolving CircleThesis: The Relative Electrical Conductivity of Serum andLymph and its Bearing on the Theories ofLymph FormationsThesis: On the Mechanism of Secretion of PtyalinThesis: The Effect of Reducing and Other Agents on theSolution of Ferric OxideCandidates for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophyv' GEORGE CROMWELL ASHMANS.B., Wabash College, 18C5�c�·, The University of hicago, 1905emistry, Physics)WAL TER VAN DYKE BINGHAM(\;B., Beloit College, 1901sychology, Philosophy). ROBERT EARLE BUCHANAN�.B., Iowa State College, 1904.M. Ibid., 1906(Bacteriology, Botany)LIBORIO GOMEZ y PINEDAA.B., San Juan de Letran, 1903�M., The Universit0 of Chicago, 1901(p.D., Rush Medica College, 1908athology, Physiology)BANS ERNST GRONOWr�·B., The University of Chicago, 1905erman, History)JACOB HAROLD HEINZELMANfuB., The University of Illinois, 1902 \erman, English)V FREDERICK LEROY HUTSONfeB., Denison University, 1896reek, Latin)WILLIAM DUNCAN MACMILLANA.B., Fort Worth University, 1898t·M., The University of Chicago, 1906Astronomy, Mathematics)CECIL CLARE NORTH�.B., The University of Nebraska, 1902(SB:, The University of Chicago, 1905oClology, Philosophy)W ALES HARRISON PACKARD�pB., Olivet College, 1894hysiology, Zoology)EUGENE BRYAN PATTONA.B., Washington University, 1904(i;M:� The University of Chicago, 1901olthcal Economy, History)V SUSAN WADE PEABODY�pB., Wellesley College, 1886olitical Science, History), WANDA MAY PFEIFFERS.B., The University of Chicago, 1904(Plant Morphology, Plant Physiology)EVAN TAYLOR SAGEA.B., The University of Nebraska, 1902A(L·M., The University of Chicago, 1904atin, Greek, Sanskrit)OSCAR DOUGLAS SKELTONA.�.! Queen's University, 1899(Polthcal Economy, Political Science)I ALMA GRACEY STOKEYA.B., Oberlin College, 1905(Plant Morphology, Plant Physiology)KATASHITAKAHASHI(�g.�kuShi, Imperial University of Tokyo, 1901oology, Embryology)MARION LEE T AYLORA(G·B., Wellesley College, 1895erman, Enghsh) Thesis: Studies in RadioactivityThesis: Studies in Melody and MovementThesis: The Morphology of Bacillus RadicolaThesis: Studies in Rocky Mountain Spotted FeverThesis: Augengrubers Verhiiltnis zum NaturalismusThesis: The Influence 0/ the German Volkslied upon Eichm­dorff's LyricsThesis: SParta in Greek OpinionThesis: Periodic Orbits about an Oblate SpheroidThesis: The Influence 0/ Modern Social Relations upon EthicalConceptsThesis: On Resistance to Lack of Oxygen in AnimalsThesis: The Resumption 0/ Specie Payment in 1879Thesis: The Relation 0/ Government to Public HealthThesis: The Morphology 0/ Leitneria floridanaThesis: The Pseudo-Ciceronian ConsolatioThesis: An Examination 0/ Marxian TheoryThesis: The Anatomy 0/ Iso desThesis: Histogenesis 0/ the Lateral Line System in NecturusThesis: The Technique of Conrad Ferdinand Meyer'sNovellenVII. THE PRESIDENT'S QUARTERLY STATEMENTThe Statement will be printed in the University Record for October.VIII. UNIVERSITY SONG-" Alma Mater"Words byF;DWIN H. LEWIS. Music adapted and arranged for mixed voices b,PAUL MANDEVILLE.���Pfll &lllt�;7 til &lili� ff3Of 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 free,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, "Fackletanz No. I in B flat" MeyeroeerMARSHALJOSEPH EDWARD RA YCROFT, Marshal of the University CongregationPRESTON KYESJAMES WEBER LINNDAVID ALLAN ROBERTSONASSISTANT MARSHALSHENRY PORTER CHANDLERHENRY GORDON GALEGLENN MOODY HOBBSCOLLEGE MARSHALSALVIN FREDERICKBENJAMIN HARRISON BADENOCHLUTHER DANA FERNALDFRED WILLIAM GAARDENEIL MACKAY GUNNNED ALVIN MERRIAM KRAMER, Head Marsha"WILLIAM PATTERSON MACCRACKEN.JR.HAROLD HENRY SCHLABACHJOHN JOSEPH SCHOMMERRENSLOW PARKER SHERERWALTER PETER STEFFENMARIE lONE AVERYSARAH LOUISE CAPPSWILLOWDEAN CHATTERSONMARJORIE DAYHELEN EATON JACOBY COLLEGE AIDESFLORENCE LELAND MANNINGLOUISE CHABRIER NORTONKATHARINE MAY SLAUGHTLULUBEL WALKER