Ube Ulnt"ersit� of (tbicagoFOUNDED BY JOHN D. ROCKEFELLERTHETwo HUNDRED FORTY-SECONDCONVOCATION�bt �pringFIRST SESSIONJUNE SIXTE E NTHA.D. NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTYROCKEFELLER MEMORIAL CHAPELORDER OF EXERCISESFOR THE CONFERRING OF THE BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN THEDIVISIONS AND OF HIGHER DEGREESTHREE O'CLOCKI. THE CONVOCATION PROCESSIONProcessional-Fugue in G MajorThe Marshal and the Student AidesThe Candidates for DegreesThe Faculties of the UniversityThe Trustees and Administrative OfficersThe Associate Dean of the University ChapelThe Candidates for Honorary DegreesThe Chancellor of the UniversityII. HYMN FOR THE CONGREGATION America(The congregation standing until after the prayer)My country, 'tis of thee,Sweet land of liberty.Of thee I sing:Land where my fathers died,Land of the pilgrims' pride,From every mountain sideLet freedom ring. Our fathers' God, to thee,Author of liberty-To thee we sing:Long may our land be brightWith freedom's holy light!Protect us by thy might,Great God, our King, Amen.-So F. SMITHIII. THE PRAYERTHE REVEREND WALLACE WOODSOME ROBBINS, Associate Dean of the UniversityChapel BachIV. SOLO-"Thanks Be to Thee" HandelELEANOR LIMBACH, Soloist of the University ChoirThank'S be to Thee, Lord our God.Thy people hast Thou led with Thee,Israel forth through the sea.Like a Shepherd hast Thou led us, Lord,Thine the Hand that leadeth us.From everlasting Thou hast been our God.V. THE AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN UNDERGRADUATE TEACHINGThe awards [or excellence in Undergraduate Teaching are made toWILLIAM CHAPMAN BRADBURY, JR., Assistant Professor of the Social Sciences in the CollegeMr. Bradbury received the degree of Bachelor of Arts in 1936 from Swarthmore College and the degreeof Master of Arts in 1939 from Columbia University. He served as Instructor in Citizenship and Sociologyat Hobart College from 1939 to 1941. First appointed to the Faculty of the College in 1941, he returnedin 1946 after three years of military service and was appointed Assistant Professor of the Social Sciencesin the College. As a teacher, Mr. Bradbury has been particularly concerned with the actual impactupon individual students and upon the student community of the curriculum of the College. As astudent of the relations among the races of mankind, he has employed his theoretical knowledge in vari­ous practical attempts to improve these relations within the United States. To both collegiate and na­tional communities, he has made contributions of unusual excellence and promise.WILLIAM HERMAN LEWIS MEYER, JR., Assistant Professor of Mathematics in the CollegeMr. Meyer received the degree of Bachelor of Arts in 1936 from Westminster College, and the degreesof Master of Science in 1937 and Doctor of Philosophy in 1947 from the University of Chicago. He be­came a member of the Faculty of the College in 1946, having taught at Bowling Green State University,the Georgia School of Technology, and the College of Wooster; and having served for two of the waryears as a research mathematician. He has been Assistant Professor of Mathematics in the College since1948. As chairman for two years of the Mathematics I course, and of the Mathematics 2 course duringthe past year, Mr. Meyer has contributed substantially, and with conspicuous energy and imagination,to the development of the College mathematics program. His classroom teaching, similarly marked, hasbeen outstanding.JOSEPH JAMES CEITHAML, Assistant Professor of BiochemistryMr. Ceithaml holds two degrees from the University of Chicago, having received the degree ofBachelor of Science in 1937 and the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in 1941. In 1943 he began an associa­tion with the College which has involved various types of service. He acted as College Adviser of pre­medical students. As Head of one of the dormitories in Burton-Judson Courts he played an importantrole in the development of the extra-curricular program. He made major contributions in planning theteaching and testing program of the general course in the Biological Sciences. In 1947 Mr. Ceithamljoined the Operational Staff of the Divisional Biology Sequence in the Division of Biological Sciencesand was put in charge of the Biochemistry component of that sequence. The consistent success of thi�course since its initiation is owed in large part to the planning and management for which he was re­sponsible.VI. THE AWARD OF HONORSMembers elected to Beta of Illinois Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa on nomination by theUniversity for especial distinction in general scholarship in the University:Donald Robert BentzTheodore BowenDotsie EarleEdwin Harold GoldbergerWilliam HamburgerJacob William HaytonLouis Kriesberg Kenneth Edwin LaneRobert B. LeesJanet Louise LippmanKatherine Augusta PodolskyRoy RadnerRita Ann RobinsonBurton Stanley Rosner Thomas Philip RudyGeorge William SeilsSanford Marvin SiegelRichard Theodore StearnsAlice Hermanson WhiteTullius Lowdon Wingo, Jr.Members elected to Sigma Xi on nomination of the Departments of Science for evidenceof ability in research work in Science:William Clark AshbyLeon Morris AtlasRichard George BaderFrederick Carl BockRoscoe Riley Braham, Jr.Joseph Warren BrookhartArthur BrownGiorgio CareriRalph Frederick CarlsonPriscilla Alden CopelandRobert William DotyDaniel Milton EnersonMarian Burton FrankPeter Wolfgang FrankEugene Goldwasser Frank J orgen HammerBurton Louis HoffmanLewis David KaplanSaul KayeGordon Nelson KellerPoul LarsenNoel Edwin LaSeurMorris Wellman LeightonThomas William Lester, Jr.Francis Bernard MahoneyRobert Leo McFarlandMorris Sullivan McKeehanBurlyn Everett MichelPeter Vincent Moulder, Jr.Chester Whittier Newton Harry Alvin Oberhelman, Jr.Norman Alton PhillipsJacques Charles PoirierHans RambergRalph Meldahl ReitanW al ter Joseph SaucierRae Anne ShifrinSaul Marshall SiegelRaymond SieverFlorence SimonHerman Moses SlatisCurtis Andrew SmithDewey Howard Smith, Jr.Sidney SolomonHewson Hoyt SwiftMembers elected to the Chicago Chapter of the Order of the Coif on nomination of theLaw School for high distinction in the professional work of the Law School:Arnold Marshall FlammEdwin Harold GoldbergerJacob William Hayton Virginia Ann LearyGeorge Watkins McBroomWalter Seth Maker Milton Lewis RayCharles Richard WalkerThomas Petry Strauss, FirstThe Florence James Adams Prizes for excellence in Artistic Reading are awarded toDon William Kleine, SecondHarry Merwyn Buck, Jr.T he Milo P . Jewett Prize for excellence in. Bible Reading is awarded toGeorge Victor MatherThe John Billings Fiske Poetry Prize is awarded toFour sonnets: MetamorphosesThe David Blair McLaughlin Prize for excellence in the writing of English Prose isawarded toWilliam Donald Allison Essay: The Novel and George OrwellThe Olga Menn and Paul Menn Foundation Prizes for Short-Story Writing areawarded toAnthony Robert McAloney, First Story: The Free SpiritRobert Irwin Rosenthal, First Story: The Thing FeltJames Marvin Schroeter, First Story: The Man Who Won the GameJohn Rouben David, Second Story: And with No One To ConsoleKarl Raymond Zimmer, Jr., Second Story: IbE. E. CummingsThe Harriet Monroe Poetry Prize to an American Poet of distinction, or of distin­guished promise, is awarded toThe Charles H. Sergei Drama Prize is awarded toBruce Brighton, FirstJames Vincent McGee, SecondHarry Granick, Third Play: Be Quiet, My LovePlay: The SomnambulistPlay: Witches' SabbathThe Howard Taylor Ricketts Award, in recognition of outstanding accomplishment inthe field of the Medical Sciences, is made toS. Burt Wolbach, Emeritus Professor of Pathology, Harvard UniversityThe Political Institutions Prizes are awarded toHarry Noble Fisher, FirstJoanne Emily Gomberg, Second Paper: Labor Unions in a Primary ElectionPaper: Palestine and the Mandate SystemThe Borden Undergraduate Research Award in Medicine, to the member of the graduat­ing class in the School of Medicine whose research is judged to be the most meritorious,is awarded toRobert Donald Tschirgi (M.D., March, 1950)The Elizabeth Susan Dixon Commemorative Honor Award, to a student in the School ofSocial Service Administration for outstanding work in the first year and promise offuture achievement in the field of Social Work, is made to )Mirl Wesley WhitakerThe Elsa Reinhardt Honor Award, to a student in the School of Social ServiceAdministration for outstanding work in the first year and promise of future achieve­ment in the field of Social Work, is made toMary Taylor FriedmanThe Elizabeth Bosworth Wheeler Memorial Honor A ward, to a student in the School ofSocial Service Administration for outstanding work and promise of future achieve­ment in the field of Psychiatric Social Work, is made toNancy LudwigThe Goethe Prize to a College student for excellence in the study of German Languageand Literature is awarded toErwin Harold KitzrowThe Theodore Lee Neff Prize for excellence in the study of French Language and Litera­ture is awarded toEmma Rita HarmosThe Prizes for excellence in French studies in the College offered by the Consul-Generalof France are awarded toEmmett Bernard Lorey, Jr. (First Year) David Nathaniel Devin (Second Year)The Elizabeth R. Norton Prize for excellence in research in Chemistry is awarded toFrank John PiehlThe Frank Lewis Award for excellence in Mathematics is awarded toNorman Tyson HamiltonThe Harry Ginsburg Memorial Prizes in the Department of Physiology are awarded toRaymond Nathaniel Kjellberg Harry Lawrence WilliamsT he William A. Bond Medal, to the varsity track athlete scoring the greatest number ofpoints during the season, is awarded toSolomon Richard CottonThe Daniel Lewis Hoffer Trophy for excellence in Gymnastics is awarded toWalter SeelosThe W. J. Monilaw Medal, to the second-year College student ranking highest in gen­eral athletic ability, good citizenship, and scholarship, is awarded toGlen Close HesseltineVII. THE CONFERRING OF DEGREESCandidates for degrees will be presented by the Deans in the following order:Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Arts or of Science in the Divisions byDean Walter BartkyRita Ann RobinsonEdith Rapoport RothBinah Elizabeth SchorLeslie Robert Schroeder, Jr.Peter SmallGordon Ray ThurowPeter Malia WolkonskyWarren Marshall Yalowi tzCandidates for the degree of Master of Arts or of Science by Associate Dean Sol TaxCandidates for the degree of Master of Business Administration by Dean Garfield V.CoxCandidates for the degree. of Bachelor of Divinity by Dean W. Barnett Blake­more, Jr.Candidates for the degree of Doctor of Law by Acting Dean Harry Kalven, Jr.Candidates for the degree ofDoctor of Medicine by Dean Lowell T. CoggeshallCandidates for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Dean Thorkild JacobsenCANDIDATES FOR THE BACHELOR'S DEGREEI. IN THE DIVISION OF THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCESKenneth Quincy AdamsMarian Patricia AkinJohn Edward Charles AskinAlfred Winthrop BullJules John CorbettAdelaide Marie FritzJames Ivan GabbyPaul Bernard GlickmanJean Lane Hirsch For the Degree of Bachelor of Science:William Hagerman KniselyHenry Samuel KranzlerMarion Louise LennanSophie Zartoohy MarkarianSteven Edward MayerMarie Irene McClureN orman Joseph PanzegrauRichard Wolfe ReillyII. IN THE DIVISION OF THE HUMANITIESGrace Rinkema Dawkins For the Degree of Bachelor of Arts:III. IN THE DIVISION OF THE PHYSICAL SCIENCESWalter Rowley BennDonald Robert BentzLaurence James Cahill, Jr.Jerome Allen ColeAlbert Hayes Forsythe, Jr.Edmund Pendleton Gaines, Jr.William Lawrence GardnerJohn Lee GlennStanley Arthur GoldenElmer Everett JonesMarvin Kraft For the Degree of Bachelor of Science:David Henry KrinsleyMarvin Lee KronenbergRay Alden KunzeMarilyn Fisher LevineRobert Grant LindblomHenry Frederick Lucas, Jr.Gustav Donald MagnusonRalph Dayton MaguireWilliam Joseph McConegheyCharles Mathieson Otstot Leona Marcia PlattRudolph Thomas PlemichRoy RadnerRubin SaposnikKirkbride SattleyTed Cooke ShirleyRobert Lewis TurtonCarl Joseph Vanderlin, Jr.Hans Martin WeingartnerSamuel ZahlCANDIDATES FOR HIGHER DEGREES1. THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTSI. IN THE DIVISION OF THE HUMANITIESEVERETT FRANKLIN BLEILERA.B., Harvard University, 1942(History of Culture)JOHN HARE BLOOM(English Language and Literature)ELAYNE SALMA CRANES.B., University of Pennsylvania, 1949(English Language and Literature)MAURICE AARON CRANE(English Language and Literature)MARTHA MULROY CURRYA.B., Barat College, 1948(English Language and Literature)JOHN PARRISH DAWKINS(English Language and Literature)WARREN GUY DENNISA.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1949(History of Culture) Paper: The Anthropology of Gotthilf H. SchubertWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisMAURICE MOHLMAN GOODNER(English Language and Literature)INGELA KEUP(History of Culture)TIEH-SUN CONRAD KINGA.B., St. John's University, Shanghai, 1946(English Language and Literature)WILLIAM ADOLPH KIRCHNERPh.B., University of Chicago, 1946(Art)ROBERT B. LEES(Linguistics) Paper: A Cultural Study of the American Scene, I92O-jO,through. the Works of Ernest Hemingway, John Dos Passos,and F. Scott FitzgeraldWithout thesisThesis: The Reception of Herman Melville's Work in GermanyWithout thesisPaper: Fountains with Neptune and Sea Horses from the Six­teenth through the Nineteenth CenturiesEDWIN BURTON LEVINEA.B., University of Chicago, 1949(Latin Language and Literature)ESTELLE HADASSAH LEVOWA.B., Brooklyn College, 1949(Latin Language and Literature)DEE DONALD LOWE(English Language and Literature)MYRON MATLAWA.B., Hofstra College, 1949(English Language and Literature)GEORGE FOSTER McFARLANDA.B., Wesleyan University, 1946(English Language and Literature)HELMUT MEYERBACH(Germanic Languages and Literatures) Paper: Relationships among the Germanic Dialects by a Staiisti­cal MethodPaper: The Language and Style of the "Bellum Africum"Paper: The Influence of Ovid on the Language of the "!liasLatina"Without thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisPAUL MARCEL MICHAUDA.B., Laval University, 1948(Oriental Languages and Literatures)LLOYD OTTO MILLER(English Language and Literature)EDWIN PAUL MOLDOFA.B., New York University, 1949(English Language and Literature)NANCEE JANE OXENHANDLERPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947(English Language and Literature)JAY ELIHU RAEBENS.B., University of Connecticut, 1949(English Language and Literature) Paper: Die Wandlung der Lebensauffassung bei Hans Carossavom Burger zum GionThesis: Asoka and BuddhismWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisRODNEY EVERETT RING(New Testament and Early Christian Literature)\JOHN HOWARD SHERWOODPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948(Philosophy)HAROLD LYLE SIMSA.B., University of Colorado, 1948(English Language and Literature)ROBERT PETER SMITH, JR.A.B., Howard University, 1948(Romance Languages and Literatures)DORIS MARIE SPONENBERGA.B., Wellesley College, 1948(Romance Languages and Literatures)RICHARD THEODORE STEARNSA.B., University of Chicago, 1948(Linguistics)JOHN ALFRED TARBURTONA.B., University of Chicago, 1946(English Language and Literature)ARTHUR NORMAN WILKINS(English Language and Literature)_ALBERT MATTHEW WITTEPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947(English Language and Literature)MARY LOUISE WYATTA.B., University of Western Ontario, 1929(English Language and Literature) Thesis: The Early Christian Church and the Problem of SlaveryPaper: Aristotle and Hume on t/ze Nature of JusticeWithout thesisPaper: Le Theme du bon sauvage avant ChateaubriandThesis: Le Tourneur, traducteur des "Nuits d'Young"Paper: Development of the Russian Nominal CasesWithout thesis tWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisII. IN THE DIVISION OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCESRAMON EUGENIO ABARCAA.B., Yale University, 1947(History)PHILIP ABRAHAMSONA.B., Roosevelt College, 1948(History)ROBERT HAROLD ALBRIGHT(Social Sciences)1=19<7 'j ABDUL JALIL ALI AL-TAHIRGrad., Higher Teachers College, Baghdad, Iraq, 1946C ) (Sociology)LC. "en <"'- Ft{ HERMINIA MENDOZA ANCHETA(Education)OActqqII /) /OOOD STEPHEN HARVEY AXILRODA.B., Harvard University, 1948(Planning)GRANT WALTER BARBERS.B., Bowling Green State University, 1939(Education)DONALD STANFORD BARNHARTA.B., San Diego State College, 1949(History)FRANCES CLARA BARRS.B., University of Cincinnati, 1944(Nursing Education)J. JOSEPH BAUXARA.B., University of Oklahoma, 1932(Anthropology)RICHARD LOUIS BECHTOL TPh.B., University of Chicago, 1946(Economics)MILES FRANK BERAN(International Relations)DANIEL VERDUN BERGMAN(Human Development) Without thesisThesis: William Prynne: A Constitutional MonarchistPaper: A Study of Internal Factors Influencing the Effectivenessof an Action GroupThesis: The Arab Community in the Chicago Area: The MuslimPalestinian CommunityThesis: Planning a Curriculum on Occupational Activities forFil-ipino Mentally Retarded ChildrenPaper: Limitations of Partial Planning, with Particular Refer­ence to the Columbia River Basin ProjectPaper: Diagnosis and Correction of Reading Disabilities in theSeventh GradeThesis: The Development of the Surface Transportation Systemof Colombia, I820--I940Paper: An In-Service Program for Head NursesPaper: A Study in the Use of Ethnohistorical Data To Determinethe Ethnic Identity of Archeological ComplexesThesis: Chicago Area Office Unions in Manufacturing Plants:Two Forms ContrastedThesis: The Foreign Trade of Czechoslovakia, I937-49Paper: The Relationship between Counseling Method and ClientS el'[-explor ationGRACE LEVIT BIERMANA.B., University of Chicago, I947(Social Sciences)WARNER BLOOMBERG, JR.Ph.B'1 University of Chicago, I947(Social Sciences)ROBERT KELLER BOWERS.B., Wayne University, I943(Education)ROSE JANET BOWERA.B., Waynesburg College, I94I(Human Development)PN'I7'Q .r.tfT1h.NORMAN OSCAR CARLSON• S.B., State Teachers College, Moorhead, Minnesota,I948(History)SHARON R. GOLDBERGA.B., University of Chicago, I947(Human Development)J-/D IO()CO FRED HARRY GOLDNER(Economics)LOUISE INGALLS CHAMBERLINA.B., Bryn Mawr College, I946(International Relations)JACK NICHOLAS CIACCIOA.B., University of Cincinnati, I947(Economics)JAMES ANTHONY CLEAR ,S.B. in M.E., Illinois Institute of Technology, I932S.M. in M.E., ibid., I935(Education)MARGUERITE PHYLLIS COFFMANS.B., George Peabody College for Teachers, I947(Nursing Education)DORIS MARGARET COOPERA.B., Syracuse University, I948(Social Sciences)JAMES LOWELL DAVIS(Social Sciences)FRANCES B. FABEPh.B., University of Chicago, I944(Social Sciences)ROBERT WILLIAM FAULHABERA.B., Catholic University, I948(Economics)EDITH MARGARET FLEMINGA.B., University of Chicago, I943(Anthropology)HERBERT JULIUS GANSPh.B., University of Chicago, I947(Social Sciences)MORTON GORDONB.B.A., St. John's University, I948(International Relations) ,DAVID HITCHCOCK GREEN(International Relations)WILLIAM HAMBURGERA.B., University of Chicago, I948(Economics)ENID LOUISE HARRISA.B., University of Chicago, I947(Human Development)l:.t PI 000 HORACE MURRAY HERLIHYo A.B., University of Alberta, I948(Economics)H (;;,'1919 MARVIN JAMES HOFFENBERG(International Relations) Paper: Some Suggestions for Increasing Rank-and-File Partici­pation in a Packinghouse Workers' LocalPaper: Industry and/or DemocracyPaper: Principles of Placement Testing at the College LevelPaper: Congruence of Self-picture and Self-ideal of a Group ofClients Undergoing Therapeutic Treatment Compared withThat of a Group Randomly Chosen from the General Popula­tionThesis: A Study of Editorial Comment in the "Chicago Tribune,"I86I-62Thesis: The Circumstances Surrounding the Coup d'etat inCzechoslovakia in I948Without thesisPaper: New Concepts of the Technical InstitutesPaper: Basic Curriculums Leading to a Degree Offered Co­t operatively by Hospital Schools of Nursing and Institutions ofHigher EducationPaper: Some Conflicts between High-School Girls and TheirParents over Heterosexual RelationsPaper: Popularization of Policy-Making in County GovernmentPaper: The Effect of C.H.A. Housing Projects on Near-by LandValuesThesis: Economic Thought in the Massachusetts Bay Colony JI63o-84Thesis: The Correlation of Age and Social Class in the Associa­tions of a Midwestern CommunityPaper: Political Participation and ApathyPaper: Self-perceptions Quantitatively Compared between Verba,and Graphic Projective InstrumentsThesis: Pension Plan Differences between the United Automobile �Workers and the United Steelworkers of AmericaThesis: The American Press and Recent China Policy, I94I-49Thesis: International Role of the Korean Emigrant and Exile,I905-45Without thesisPaper: The Influence of Social Class on Children's Choice ofProbable Occupation and Their Reasons for ChoiceThesis: Canadian Railway Pension SystemsThesis: Government Guaranties for Private Foreign Investment(with Particular Reference to the Point Four Program)H 100COHD/OOOO CHARLES CARTER HOLTS.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1944S.M., ibid., 1944(Economics)SARAH LUANA HOOPERA.B., Middlebury College, 1942N.M., Yale University School of Nursing, 1945(Nursing Education)MATTIE PEARL HOPKINSS.B., Tuskegee Institute, 1940(Education)WILLIAM THOMAS HOPKINSA.B., Southwestern, Memphis, 1942(Education)DOROTHY SWOPE HOWARDA.B., Central Washington College of Education, 1947(Education) .RUTLEDGE LAWRENCE JAY(Psychology)BLY MARION JOHNSONA.B., Marymount College, 1946(Education)RICHARD DAVID JOHNSONA.B., Yale University, 1949(International Relations)COLLEEN KARA VITESS.B., Northwestern University, 1948(History)IRENE THERESA MYRTLE KELLEYPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947(Human Development)WILLIAM ALAN KORNHAUSERA.B., University of Chicago, 1948(Sociology)RALPH VICTOR KORPPh.B., University of Chicago, 1047(International Relations)'LOUIS KRIESBERGPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947(Sociology)KENNETH EDWIN LANEA.B., University of Chicago, 1947(International Relations)MARY LOUISE LAWPh.B., University of Wisconsin, 1942(Human Development)JANET LOUISE LIPPMANA.B., University of Chicago, 1947(Planning)JUDITH DIANE DOWNS LOWNESA.B., University of Chicago, 1946(Sociology)WILLIAM McCORMICK LUNDBERG(Planning)LEWIS CASPER MAINZERA.B., New York University, 1948(Political Science)EDWARD EVERETT MARCUSA.B.; Roosevelt College, 1949(Education)FRANK CLEMENS McCURDYS.B., Kansas State College, 1934(Education)HAROLD DAVIDSON McDOWELLA.B., Marietta College, 1947(Sociology)JOHN LANCER McGRUDER(Political Science)CHARLES OLIVER McNUL TV(Education) Without thesisPaper: Use of Community Resources in� the Basic Course inPediatric NursingPaper: A Program of Supervision for Rural Elementary SchoolsPaper: Locating and Defining the Problems of School Boardsand Superintendents in Policy-Making and Administrationin Public EducationPaper: Development of a Source Unit on Family Life EducationThesis: The Relation between Some Perceptual Factors and SomePersonality CategoriesPaper: Problems of Adjustment Confronting Rural Youth uponMigration to the CityThesis: The Atlantic CharterWithout thesisPaper: Relationships of Sentence-Completion Projective Re­ponses to Academic AchievementThesis: Labor Unions and Race Relations: A Study in UnionTacticsThesis: The British Wartime Debt to the Sterling Area: ItsOrigin, Disposition, and SignificanceThesis: The Relationship between the Business Situation and theConceptions of Security and Success among Chicago RetailFurriersThesis: The Policy of the French Right toward the Franco-SovietMutual Assistance Pact of I935Paper: A Consideration of Psychodynamic Factors in the Etiologyand Course of Communication DisordersPaper: Some Sociological Implications of Urban Planning andRedevelopment, with Special Reference to the Social Effectsof Housing ProjectsPaper : Political A greemeni in MarriagePaper: Planning Problems in the Development of the ColumbiaRiver BasinThesis: Congress and the Problem of Administrative PublicityPaper: A Psychological Analysis of Crisis, with Implications forEducationPaper: The Effects of Broken Homes upon the Personality ofAdolescentsThesis: Osteopathy: A Study of a Semiorthodox HealingAgency and the Recruitment of Its ClienteleThesis: James K. Polk: An Administrative StudyPaper: Inadequacies and Possibilities of the Scientific Method inEducationISABEL LOUISE MUNGENB. App. Sci. in Nursing, University of British Columbia,1941(Nursing Education)ISADORE ABRAHAM NAIMANA.B., Roosevelt College, 1946(Education)l3�Og . S blYl ��JAE�.� !�J!! ��!!s�:-Of Beirut, 1948(Political Science)J\<.q9�'i'fC 9�'lDS�'1t'l CURTIS CASEAL MELNICKS.B., University of Chicago, 1936(Education)ANA CLEONA MIESSES.B., Ohio University, 1941(Education)EVANGELINE MISTARASPh.B., University of Chicago, 1946(Sociology)RAY CLARK MONTGOMERY(Political Science)GERALD THOMAS O'MARA(Economics)EVERETT EGGERS PETERSONS.B., Montana State College, 1939S.M., ibid., 1943(Economics)KATHERINE AUGUSTA PODOLSKY• Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1950(Economics)GLEN ALAN PURDOM, JR.A.B., University of Florida, 1948(Education)IRWIN DANIEL RINDERA.B., University of Idaho, 1947(Sociology)FRANCES MILDRED RULES.B., University of California, 1039(Nursing Education)ROBERT MILL RUNDES.B., George Williams College, 1943(Education)WENDELL HARKER RUSSELLPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948(Political Science)EDWIN HENRY RUTKOWSKI(Political Science)JOSEPH ISKANDAR SALAMEH .A.B., American University of Beirut, 1947(Political Science)WILLIAM SAMOREA.B., University of Missouri, 1949(International Relations)MARY LOU KHANTAMOUR SAVAGEA.B., Chapman College, 1948(Education)GEORGE KENNEY SCHROCKA.B., Oberlin College, 1947(History)FLORENCE SIMONPh.B., University of Chicago, 1946(Anthropology)WARD ELLIS SISLERA.B., Tarkio College, 1939(Education)ZOY A SANDOMIRSKY SLIVE(Sociology)JAMES GERALD SMITHPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948(Anthropology ) Paper: The Need for School Camps as a Part of Public EducationPaper: Developing a Program in Adult Education through GroupLivingThesis: A Study of First- and Second-Generation Greek Out­Marriages in ChicagoThesis: An Inquiry into the Relationship of Liberalism to theEconomic Situation of 1750 to 1832Paper: The Manual as an Administrative Tool in Provincial andCity Health Departments in CanadaPaper: Objectives of the Jewish School Curriculum and Ways ofAchieving ThemThesis: John Stuart Mill and SocialismThesis: A Consideration of Some of the Short-Run Effects ofRent DecontrolWithout thesisThesis: Monetary and Fiscal Aspects of the Recession of 1937Paper: Practice and Theory of SupervisionThesis: An Examination of the "Rank Order of Discrimination"HypothesisPaper: A Suggested Plan of Instruction for Students during Eve­ning and Night Practice Periods in a School of NursingPaper: A Field Study of Student Personnel Services in a Com­munity CollegeThesis: Aids for State Legislatures with Particular Emphasison IllinoisThesis: Recent American Contributions to Catholic Church­State ThoughtThesis: The Syrian Social Nationalist Movement-1932-49: A. Political EssayThesis: Statelessness: Its Causes and SolutionsPaper: Evaluation of College Counseling ServicesWithout thesisThesis: Changing Norms of Child-rearing PracticesPaper: Some Aspects of the Guidance Program in Junior CollegesThesis: The Relation between Family Sociai Position and Friend­ship among First- and Third-Grade ChildrenPaper: The M atarrah Variant of the H assuna AssemblageBENJAMIN SOLOMON(Economics)HELEN FANNIE SOMMERS.B., University of Buffalo School of Nursing, 1948(Nursing Education)ROBERT EDWARD STEARNSA.B., University of Chicago, 1948(International Relations)EUGENE THOMAS SWEENEY(History)DOROTHY MAE TAYLORA.B., University of Chicago, 1946(Education)EARL CO]\T\V AY VALENTINE(Sociology)FRANCISCO ANTONIO VELEZ(An thro pology)JOHN JOSEPH WALSHS.B., Boston College, 1949(Education)WILLIAM CONRAD WATSON(Human Development)ALFRED JOHN WEST(Education)ALICE HERMANSON WHITE(In tern a tional Relations)JAMES EDWARD WHITEA.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1949(History)MARGARET WIESENFELDERPh.B., University of Chicago, 1945(Economics)DAVID AUGUSTUS WILLEYA.B., University of Colorado, 1946(Education)t-t D J 0 00 0 ALLEN KEITH WILLIAMS(International Relations)Bf I � 11 TULLIUS LOWDON WINGO, JR.A.B., University of Chicago, 1948(Planning)DONALD CHARLES WOODSA.B., University of California at Los Angeles, 1943D.B., Garrett Biblical Institute, 1948(Human Development)KARL PEAK ZERFOSS, JR.Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1948(Economics)JERVIS SHARP ZIMMERMANA.B., University of Illinois, 1942D.B., McCormick Theological Seminary, 1945(Psychology) Without thesisPaper: The Use of University Student Personnel Services in aGuidance Program, for Preclinical Nursing StudentsThesis: Soviet Policy touord American ReportersWithout thesisPaper: Leadership as a Distributed Function of the GroupThesis: The Occupational Expectations of the Normal-School Stu­dentlGroupsPaper: Social Factors in SlaveryThesis: Some Changes in the Conceptual Structure of EducationalResearchPaper: A Study of Perceptual DistortionPaper: Preschool Age Data in School RecordsThesis: Scandinavia and the Problem of Security since the End ofWorld War IIThesis: The Japanese of Hawaii, [94[-45Thesis: Union SecurityPaper: A Study of Democracy in School AdministrationThesis: Saudi Arabian Oil: A Study of American PetroleumInterests in a Foreign CountryPaper: Some Special Problems of Partial Planning in Unde­veloped Regions and Localities, with Reference to the ColumbiaBasin ProjectPaper: Religious Membership and Character of High-SchoolSeniorsThesis: Changesin the Composition of the Money Supply in theUnited States, [920-49Thesis: Measuring Verbalized Expressions of Discomfort andRelief in Phonographically Recorded Counseling. Enid Louise HarrisProfessional Certificate for Elementary-School Teachers:Professional Certificate for Secondary-School Teachers:Grace Levit BiermanElayne Salma CraneMartha Mulroy CurryFlorence Dasaky James Lowell DavisHelmut MeyerbachLloyd Otto MillerEthel Elise Rasmusson George Kenney SchrockRobert Peter Smith, Jr.Raymond Carl StraussJames Lowell DavisProfessional Certificate for Junior-College Teachers:Arthur Norman WilkinsIII. IN THE DIVINITY SCHOOLOWEN MILTON WEATHERLYA.B., Furman University, 1947 Thesis: A Comparative Study of the Social Ethics of WalterRauschenbusch and Reinhold NiebuhrIV. IN THE GRADUATE LIBRARY SCHOOLZ. J Oct q q (IJtS)CATHERINE FLETCHER NICHOLSON Thesis: A Proposal for Centralized Processing for School Li-S.B., University of Alabama, 1944 braries in the Chicago Area21 a q 'I? as s\ SISTER �H�ISTIN.A VARNER• ".J S.B., University of Minnesota, 1938S.B. in L.S., The College of St. Catherine, 1945 Thesis: The Development of Special Libraries in St. Paul andMinneapolis, Minnesota, 1849-1949V. IN THE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE ADMINISTRATIONCALVIN RICHARD AXFORDJOHN ERVIN BARNWELLS.B., George Williams College, 1948MERLE BEEBEA.B., Maryville College, 1932LOUISE BISSONNETTEA.B., University of North Dakota, 1930OPAL MADELINE BOSTONA.B., Indiana University, 1932ROBERT EARL BROWNA.B., Indiana University, 1948NORMAN ANTHONY BRUEHLA.B., Lawrence College, 1939MARTHA ELIZABETH BURTONA.B., Texas College of Mines and Metallurgy, 1946ANNETTE A. CALLOWAYA.B., Carleton College, 1929RITA COHENA.B., University of California at Los Angeles, 1948WILLIAM JOSEPH CROTTYA.B., University of Notre Dame, 1947GERTRUDE BROWN CURTISPh.B., University of Chicago, 1931ANTHONY DEMARINISA.B., Colby College, 1937MARIANNE ELKISCHA.B., Ohio State University, 1943LOUISE BARBARA FASSLERS.B., Syracuse University, 1942CONSTANCE FRASERA.B., Radcliffe College, 1945VIVIAN HEDWIG FRAUENHEIMPh.B., Marquette University, 1948LAWRENCE THOMAS HANCOCKA.B., Acadia University, 1932A.M., iu«, 1932B.S.W., McGil,1 University, 1947MIMA-LOIS HARVEYA.B., Texas State College for Women, 1933S.B., ibid., 1935A.M., University of Texas, 1938 Without thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithou t thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisJANET GRAY HAYESA.B., Indiana University, 1948KATHERINE FRANCES JOHNSONB.S.S., University of Chicago, 1948ROBERT HARRY KOSCHNICKA.B., Syracuse University, 1948MARGOFRANCESLEDEEA.B., Hunter College, 1948ARNOLD MURRAY LEVINA.B., University of Massachusetts, 1949VIRGINIA BOLIN LINKA.B., University of Maryland, 1948ROSINE K. LOSHKAJIANA.B., Lake Forest College, 1948NEUREE COLLIER LOVEA.B., Fisk University, 1940JOHN REGINALD MAUFFPh.B., University of Chicago, 1934EMMA BEALE MAXWELLB.S.S., University of Chicago, 1949 .K. AMMU KUNHIKUTTY MENONA.B., Annamalai University, 1940DOROTHY NYLETA MURPHYA.B., Aurora College, 1940MARGARET MACGREGOR NORRISA.B., University of Wisconsin, 1947MARJORIE HANDS PETHERBRIDGEA.B., Smith College, 1945MARJORIE SCHUSTER PHILIPPh.B., University of Chicago, 1946CORNElL HICKLIN PILLOWA.B., Washburn College, 1937LOUISE PITTMANS.B., Alabama College, 1935WILBUR LEE PORTERFIELDA.B., Ohio University, 1948WILLIAM CHESTER RICHARDSONA.B., University of Denver, 1948ANNE ELIZABETH RITTERS.B., Florida State College for Women, 1945BLANCHE ROBERTSONA.B., Huntingdon College, 1931FRANCES JOSEPHINE ROTHSTEINA.B., Hunter College, 1947EMILY THERESA SAMETHA.B., University of Washington, 1948GEORGE ARTHUR SCHROEDERA.B., San Jose State College, 1947MYLES EVELYN SCOTTA.B., LeMoyne College, 1940BETTY ANN SEIDELA.B., Boston University, 1946KATE TOBY SELANA.B., University of Illinois, 1947BARRY LEONARD SINGERA.B., Brooklyn College, 1949SARA UNGER SKOLNIKA.B., University of Chicago, 1947MARIAN MARCELLA SMALLEYA.B., Cornell College, 1948ALMALEE STEWARTA.B., Reed College, 1947JEANNE MARY STOLCIS Without thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisILA FERN WARRENA.B., Penn College, 1928DOROTHY COHEN WARTONB.S.S., University of Chicago, 1946MARY ELIZABETH WOLKA.B., State University of Iowa, 1948YIWUA.B., Lingnan University, China, 1944A.M., University of Texas, 1947PAUL ZHITNIKA.B., Roosevelt College, 1948 Without thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisReport: Basic Concepts in Institutional Care of Children (asPrescribed in Pertinent Literature) since 1900Without thesisII. THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCEI. IN THE DIVISION OF THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCESRl CjCfCf ((NI) CL�������f Chicago, 1948(Nursing Education)Q++ '111 «(3j(IVsYRON SHUCHART BACKLARA.B., Washington University, 1948(Anatomy)VERA ELLMAN BUSCHA.B., University of Chicago, 1939(Home Economics)QT CB'I/\ LADDIE ELEANORE DAUKSAf\ I �'1 i I r.J S.B., De Paul University, 1946(Nursing Education)J..C /, 9 'I '1 {J.tI)NAff����t�!n:���� 1946(Human Development)QfV1QQ (8i"l)MARGARET GARVER FIELDHOUSES.B., University of Chicago, 1940(Bacteriology and Parasitology)1>r' t OCi c � til} RAFAEL .AN!,ONIO GO�ZALEZ, JR.1\1,.. -, I . S.B., University of Puerto RICO, 1948(Bacteriology and Parasitology)SANFORD MARVIN SIEGEL(Botany) Thesis: The Use of the Out-Patient Department in Basic NursingEducationThesis: Validity of Inhibition of Staining as Evidence for theExistence of Multiple Alkaline PhosphatasesThesis: Food Patterns of the AgedThesis: Orientation Programs for Staff Nurses in Public HealthAgencies in IllinoisEssay: A Follow-up Study of Clients of a Prioate GuidanceAgencyThesis: Are Paracolon Organisms Pathogenic for Man?Thesis: The Chemotherapy of TuberculosisThesis: Effects of Exposures of Seeds to Various Physical Agents.I. Effects of Brief Exposures to Heat and Cold on Germinationand Light-SensitivityII. IN THE DIVISION OF THE PHYSICAL SCIENCESH 0 10000 EARL OTTO ALTHOFFS.B., University of Chicago, 1948(Mathematics)RODNEY EBON ANDERSONEd.B., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, 1942(Ma thema tics)C��)WALLACE HENRY ANDREWSA.B., Harvard University, 1949(Geography)BOON PHOOL ASANACHINTAS.B., University of the Philippines, 1948(Geography)GEORGE EDWARD BACKUSPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947S.B., ibid., 1948(Mathematics)LAURENCE DEAN BARKS.B., University of Chicago, 1948(Meteorology )HARRY JOHN BEKISHA.B., Yale University, 1942S.B., New York University, 1943(Mathematics) Without thesisWithout thesisThesis: Agriculture in Twenty-one Townships of SouthwesternMaineThesis: Land Utilization in ThailandWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisROY ALFRED BERGPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948(Physics)JOHN ALEXANDER BJORKLANDS.B., University of Chicago, 1946(Physics)THEODORE BOWENPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947(Physics)ARLEN HERBERT BROWNPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948S.B., ibid., 1949(Mathematics)JEAN-FRANCOIS CANU(Mathematics)JOSE ANGEL COLONA.B., University of Puerto Rico, 1944(Meteorology)JOHN RICHARD CRAIG IIIPh.B., University of Chicago, 1949(Geology)MARILYN HESS CROSSS.B., University of Miami, 1948(Mathematics)CURRIE S. DOWNIES.B., Detroit Institute of Technology, 1942(Meteorology )ALVIN WILLIAM ELSTONS.B., University of Chicago, 1947(Physics)LESTER RANDOLPH FORD, JR.Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1949(Mathematics)BURTON DAVID FRIEDS.B., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1947(Physics)ROGER LAWSON GAMBLEA.B., University of Texas, 1939S.B., Georgia Institute of Technology, 1942(Physics)MARVIN GASTA.B., State Teachers College, Westchester, Pennsyl­vania, 1949(Geography)ROBERT NATHAN GINSBURGS.B., University of Illinois, 1948(Geology)JOSEPH HALPERINS.B., University of Chicago, 1943(Chemistry)ROBERT LAWTHERSA.B., Harvard University, 1948(Geology)RONALD LAVERN MARTINS.B., United States Naval Academy, 1944S.M., Michigan State College, 1948(Physics)ROBERT HULL McDOWELLPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947S.B., ibid., 1950(Mathematics)RICHARD CALVIN MOCKLERS.B., Northwestern University, 1948(Chemistry)PLEZ PACKARD MOODYS.B., University of Chicago, 1949(Geography)ROBERT MARVIN NATKINS.B., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1948(Mathematics)LESTER CHARLES PEACHS.B., University of Chicago, 1948(Physics) Without thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisThesis: Areal Structure of Paraguay, Present and PastWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisThesis: Muskogee, Oklahoma, and Its Area: A Study in UrbanFunctionsWithout thesisWithout thesisa 81 o'} � (6J<)JANE FROH RAMSEYPh.B., University of Chicago, I946(Astronomy and Astrophysics)WILLIAM HOWARD ROSENFELDS.B., University of Chicago, I947(Physics)THOMAS PHILIP RUDY(Chemistry)JOYCE WINONA SILK(Meteorology)RONALD JOHN SLADEKPh.B., University of Chicago, I947S.B., ibid., I949(Physics)WARREN HARDING SMITHA.B., Colgate University, I942S.M., University of Illinois, I943(Physics)WILLIAM FORREST STINESPRINGA.B., Harvard University, 1949(Mathematics)H-O JCJ(. C)'(} ((;e�HILIP ARTHUR TRUE';/ A.B., Western Michigan College of Education, I948(Geography)AARON JACK UH:LRICHS.B., University of Chicago, 1943(Physics)FRANK WAGNER, JR.S.B., University of Chicago, 1937(Physics) IMURRAY JOHN YOUNG(M eteorology ) Thesis: Spectroscopic Distance Modulifor 2240 and B StarsWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisWithout thesisThesis: Recreational Land Use in the Mississinewa MoraineWithout thesisWithout thesisThesis: A Study of Lake Snows and the Resulting PrecipitationPattern in the Chicago AreaIII. PROFESSIONAL DEGREES1. IN THE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE ADMINISTRATIONFor the Degree of Bachelor of Social Service:SONIA TALESNICK ROTHA.B., University of Chicago, I946II. IN THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESSFor the Degree of Master of Business Administration:CLARENCE ROGER ANDERSONS.B., University of Chicago, I948ROBERT LEONARD BACONJOSEPH EDWARD BARNESS.B., Carnegie Institute of Technology, I939JACK DARREL BATEMANS.B., St. Ambrose College, I947FRITZ ALEXANDER BAUERS.B., University of Illinois, I926WILSON HOPKINS BENTA.B., Oberlin College, I948DAVID LAEMLE BLUMBERGA.B., University of Chicago, I947PRESTON RODNEY BRANSKYPh.B., University of Chicago, I948EARL WALTER BROMSTEDT, JR.A.B., University of Chicago, 1947 EARL LESLIE BRYDERPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948JAMES BRYANT BURDICKA.B., University of California at Los Angeles, 1948WILLIAM WALLACE BURTONS.B., Case Institute of Technology, 1945DONALD CHARLES CALCATERRAS.B., University of Illinois, 1948ROBERT MURRAY CODDINGTONA.B., State University of Iowa, 1947GENEVIEVE ELIZABETH COGANA.B., Radcliffe College, 1925JOHN HERBERT COOPERS.B., Lawrence College, 1947FLORENCE DASAKYPh.B., University of Chicago, 1946FREDRIK CHARLES NORBERGA.B., University of Colorado, 1948STANLEY OSTAFFB.Com., University of Manitoba, 1949WILLIS ROSS DITMANSONS.B., Northwestern University, 1949ELMER WILLIAM DONAHUE, JR.Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1948WILLIAM EDWIN DOSCHERA.B., University of Chicago, 1949THOMAS MARIAN ENDICOTTPh.B., University of Chicago, 1946ARTHUR HOMER EVANSA.B., Loyola University, 1939JAMES SIDNEY FARRANTA.B., University of Rochester, 1939CLAIR VERN FELKERA.B., Coe College, 1940CAMERON E. GILLINGHAMLESTER HOWARD GOLDWYNPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948ROBERT FRANCIS GRADYPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948WILLIAM SCOTT GRAY IIIPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948ARTHUR ROSS HAMILTONA.B., Acadia University, 1948DONALD EUGENE HANNABARGERS.B., University of Illinois, 1948DAVID KIMBALL HARDINS.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1949CHARLES MICHEL HARPERS.B., Purdue University, 1949EARL WILLIAM HARTUNGRICHARD ARTHUR HElLKENNETH KEMPTON HENNINGS.B., De Paul University, 1948BLANCHE ALTHEA HERRONS.B., De Paul University, 1937 ROBERT JAMES NOBLE, JR.Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1948JOHN JEREMIAH NOLANPh.B., Loyola University, 1948GEORGE FRANKLIN SAWYER IIIA.B., University of Colorado, 1936JOHN WILLIAM SCHEIBELDONALD EDWARD SCHRAMA.B., Knox College, 1948JAMES WILLIAM PERKINSA.B., University of Chicago, 1947LEMUEL EUGENE POLLOCKJOSEPH MURRAY PYLE, JR.A.B., University of Cincinnati, 1942A.M., ibid., 1947ROBERT PERSHING REUSSS.B., University of Illinois, 1939AUGUSTINE SANJEEVI SAVARIRAYANA.B., Madras Christian College, Madras, India, 1938D.B., United Theological College, Bangalore, India,1942HERBERT LEDERMAN SCHWARZS.B., Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas,1949GEORGE WILLIAM SEILSPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948JARED BRILL SHLAESA.B., University of Chicago, 1948JOSEPH PAUL SHUREPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948BENEDICT JOSEPH SMITHS.B., University of Illinois, 1941JAMES ALTON HYDERICHARD LEE JOHNSONS.B., Northwestern University, 1947ERNEST KANRICHS.B., College of the City of New York, 1936PHILIP JOSEPH KINSLERS.B., University of Chicago, 1941ROBERT HENRY KINTNERS.B., University of Arkansas, 1949RICHARD SAMUEL KROHNA.B., University of Chicago, 1947ROBERT GOODMAN LAKES.B., United States Military Academy, 1945WILLIAM LAZERB.Com., University of Manitoba, 1949JAMES HARLAN McCOWNPh.B., Carroll College, 1933JOHN EDWARD'McGRATHWILLIAM MEAZELLA.B., University of Chicago, 1948ROBERT GORDON MINERROBERT WILLIAM MORELLPh.B., De Paul University, 1946 WALTER HATHAWAY ROGER SMITHA.B., University of Chicago, 1941RICHARDSON LARCK SPOFFORDA.B., Harvard University, 1941GEORGE MOULTON STANFIELDROBERT PETER STEVENSPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948JOSEPH URQUHART STREETERS.B., University of Alberta, 1947HENRY EUGENE SWANTZ, JR.Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1947DAVID BURTON TALTYB.C.S., Drake University, 1937RICHARD ARTHUR TEFOPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947FREDERICK TOLLB.Com., University of Manitoba, 1949RAYMOND JAMES TOPPINGA.B., University of Wisconsin, 1937RAY OTIS TRAYLORMARSHALL SCULLY WALLERS.B., University of Chicago, 1940CLIFFORD EDWARD MYERS, JR.S.B., United States Military Academy, 1945 LESLIE JAMES WARDFRANK ALBERT WEBERPh.B., University of Chicago, 1949HENRY NEWMANA.B., Boston University, 1948 AUBREY LINN WILSONA.B., University of Texas, 1947JAMES MAcQUAID WILSONA.B., University of Chicago, 1942S.B., United States Coast Guard Academy, 1945 HUBERT ALBERT ZIELSKES.B., University of Minnesota, I947WALTER WOLFS.B., Loyola University, 1949III. UNDER THE FEDERATED THEOLOGICAL FACULTYFor the Degree of Bachelor of Divinity:1. IN CO-OPERATION WITH THE CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARYROBERT EDWARD ALLARDA.B., Culver-Stockton College, 1944 Thesis: The Problem of Knowledge in Its Philosophical and Re­ligious Aspects in the Thought of William James .Thesis: A Congregational Theory of Worship for ContemporaryChurch LifeThesis: The Theology of Emil Brunner and Religious EducationDONALD LEROY BERRYA.B., Goshen College, 1947DEWEY CONRAD BURTONA.B., Washburn University, 1944ROBERTA LESLIE CROKERGORDON EARL DALBECKA.B., College of the Pacific, 1947YOSHIO FUKUYAMAA.B., Doane College, 1943ROBERT WILSON SIEVERSA.B., De Pauw University, 1944 Thesis: Relation of the Rural Churcb to Community Organiza­tions and AgenciesThesis: Some Modern Experiments in Social OrganizationThesis: The American Board in TurkeyThesis: Thomas Chalmers: Scotch Churchman and ReformerLESTER LEROY SOB ERGA.B., Concordia College, 1942EDWARD LEON TRINDLEA.B., Oklahoma City University, 1946 Thesis: The Relation of the Christology of Luke I and II to Thatof the Gospel as a WholeThesis: The Problem of Freedom in the Works of Andre GideII. IN CO-OPERATION WITH THE DISCIPLES DIVINITY HOUSEJOHN NORTON WILLIAMSA.B., Transylvania College, 1947 Project: Some Problems concerning the Doctrine of the Churchfor the Disciples of ChristIII. IN CO-OPERATION WITH THE MEADVILLE THEOLOGICAL SCHOOLMARY LOUISE GRIBBIN CLEARYS.B., Buffalo State Teachers College, 1943JOHN FORWALTER Thesis: An Approach to Nontheistic MysticismThesis: Andre Gide: A Study of the Relations between HisAesthetic and His Religious PhilosophyIV .. IN THE LAW SCHOOLRICHARD ELMONT ALEXANDERFor the Degree of Doctor of Law:MEYER LOUIS BURSTEINPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947ALLAN BERNARD AARONLOWELL HOWARD BENNETTA.B., Fisk University, 1935ARTHUR H. BERNSTEINA.B., Roosevelt College, 1949 HARVEY GILBERT COOPERDONALD JAY DREYFUSSTANLEY RICHARD FINEPh.B., University of Chicago, 1946JACK ELDON BOWERSDEAN BREEZEEARLE E. BUCKS.B., Syracuse University, 1947 ARNOLD MARSHALL FLAMMPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947JACK EARLE FRANKELA.B., University of Chicago, 1947RICHARD LOGAN FURRYPh.B., University of Chicago, 1944EDWIN HAROLD GOLDBERGER (cumlaude)Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1946SANFORD JACK GREENPh.B., University of Chicago, 1944BYRON THOMPSON HAWKINSA.B., Oberlin College, 1947JACOB WILLIAM HAYTON (cum laude)A.B., University of Chicago, 1946JACK JACOB HERMANJAMES THOMAS HOLTONS.B., Rutgers University, 1947RAYMOND ANDREW JENSENSYBIL MARIE JONESS.B., Howard University, 1944MAXWELL PHOENIX KEITHA.B., Stanford University, 1948CHARLES DAVIDSON KELSO-A.B., University of Chicago, 1946S. THADDEUS KWIATVIRGINIA ANN LEARYA.B., University of Utah, 1947ROBERT LEDERMANMIL TON ARTHUR LEVENFELDPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947 GEORGE WATKINS McBROOMA.B., University of Utah, 1947FREDERICK ARTHUR MORGAN� JR.A.B., Yale University, 1947ESTHER SHULAMITH MUSKINA.B., University of Chicago, 1946JAMES EDWARD PARLEERICHARD KENNETH PELZRAY ELDIN POPLETT, JR.A.B., University of Chicago, 1946JEROME WESLEY SAND WEISSPh.B., University of Chicago, 1946A.M., ibid., 1948FREDERICK MAX SCHUETTEA.B., University of Chicago, 1947RICHARD NEAL SIEGELJOEL STARRELS, JR.HENRY LOUIS STERNPh.B., University of Chicago, �947SHERWIN J. STONEPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947JOSEPH JOHN WAGNERCHARLES RICHARD WALKER (cum laude)S.B., State University of Iowa, 1946A.M., ibid., 1947FRED MARTIN ZIMRINGV. IN THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE OF THE DIVISION OF THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCESDEAN ROBERT BAHLERS.B., Purdue University, 1939S.M., ibid., 1941 For the Degree of Doctor of Medicine:NICHOLAS WILLIAM FUGOA.B., Syracuse University, 1935S.M., State University of Iowa, 1937Ph.D., ibid., 1940DONALD JOHN BARRYRICHARD MONTGOMERY BERNARDS.B., University of California, 1945GEORGE HUGH BERRYMANS.B., University of Scranton, 1935S.M., Pennsylvania State College, 1936Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 1941Cia;/{) ERNEST BEUTLER Effee'" o-f whole hl'J r-RA-yPh.B.! University of Chicago, 1946 :I r If' M!' l!< -f;f' oJ o-n /h c-S.B., zbid;, 1948. . J"Us:c.e p-r, ,.I" f-y 0./ Ihl ce rl(Honors tn Pediatrics) l'Y1f� er>h hi It- I'''' i n.f/Iii'" U /I ,r II J �MARJORIE SPERRY BRAUDEA.B., University of Chicago, 1944S.B., ibid., 1948MARGARET LOUISE CASONS.B., Florida State College for Women, 1945ANNA-MARIE CHIRICOA.B., Seton Hill College, 1946JOHN BENJAMIN CLEVELANDS.B., Purdue University, 1933Mus.B., University of Rochester, 1940JOHN FRANCIS DUNKELS.B., University of Chicago, 1940ROBERTO FRANCISCO FORTUNOS.B., University of Chicago, 1948PAUL GOSTA FREDRICKSON, JR. MARY JEAN GATEWOODPh.B., University of Chicago, 1945S.B., tus., 1948HENRY MORRIS GELFANDS.B., Cornell University, 1940MARVIN CHARLES GOLDMANPh.B., University of Chicago, 1946S.B., ibid., 1947ROBERT EDWARD LEE GUNNINGS.B., University of Chicago, 1940NOEL BENARD HEYRENDS.B., Utah State Agricultural College, 1938S.M., University of Illinois, 1939THOMAS BRUMFIELD HILLJOHN HENRY HUMMELTHEODORE LEIGH JOHNSTONS.B. in Ch.E., Iowa State College, 1943S.B., ibid., 1946ATTALLAH ATTIE KAPPAS PeT' �. J c.Cl C(l"..,(lh:.. It'H-"'·�A.B., Columbia University, 1947...rJ,. ... ,(Honors in Surgery)JOHN ALOYSIUS KEHOEA.B., University of Scranton, 1937A.M., Catholic University of America, 193&Ph.D., ibid., 1942FRANCES OLDHAM KELSEYS.B., McGill University, 1934S.M., ibid., 1935Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1938IVAN CAROLL LECOMPTES.B., St. Martin's College, 1943ABBIE RUTH LUKENSS.B., University of Chicago, I942S.M., ibid., I946HAROLD ALBERT MASONS.B., University of Chicago, I947JACK B. McCLURES.B., University of Chicago, I948GORDON LYNN McKINLAYJOHN JAMES PROCKNOWS.B., Oshkosh, Wisconsin, State Teachers College, I940 DONALD ADAMS ROWLEYS.B., University of Chicago, I945S.M., ius., 1950JAMES HEARD RULEA.B., Drake University, I942DONALD PEARCE SMILEYJEAN AILEEN SPENCERS.B., University of Illinois, 1946JAMES McKENZIE SUTHERLAND-"H£PAI�IN ��TRIo\C.Tlcl"'l Ft'{0lY18Ulq)S.B.,Un�versityofChicago,1947Q!)qoq t+ NOI I"IA-L �. I/<.l ADIATC:D{)tJ(it'(Honors m Surgery) 1'" IEJISUYAMAS.B., University of Washington, I94IFAUSTO CORVETTI TANZIS.B., Illinois Institute of Technology, I946 .STANLEY ROGERS ZEMERIV. THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY1. IN THE DIVISION OF THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCESQ PC; (1 C) tSiol) LEO GEORGE ABOOD, . A.B., Ohio State University, I943(Pharmacology )QL9Q't.lt(l]Jql)MARGARET WALTERS CAVANAUGH, , , S.B., Montana State College, I943(Zoology)0� D CHARLES WILLIAM CURE'-V { 9Q, Cli;;/) A.B., I��iana University, I942-{, M.D., ibid., I944S.M., McGill University, I948(Surgery)/J pqqc. (I)ill/J;UGENE GOLDWASSER� , S.B., University of Chicago, I943. (Biochemistry)q H G c� {&..tROBERT LEE MILLERI �, ! '_;i A.B., University of Illinois, I942(Paleo zoology )DAVID EDWARD MISNERJ.13.3 CJ9C'( lfc! )S.B., Iowa State Teachers College, I937S.M., George Williams College, I939(Human Development)Q�q'iq (BiGI) EL}h�:' ifn���� ��fc�g���5S.B., ibid., I947S.M., uu., I948(Botany)/"il( C/�e; 1'0. \\HAIG PAGE PAPAZIAN(...\ =r , \'plfi I) S.B., University of London, 1940(Botany)f.J p, 9a cB'cl\ESTELLE RUBIN RAMEYVi" I '/ A.B., Brooklyn College, I937A.M., Columbia University, I940(Physiology)RCI09 Ca 63;,) FRANK MILTON SCHABEL, JR.I S.B., University of Washington, I939(Bacteriology and Parasitology)ALFONSO SHIMBELS.B., University of Chicago, I945(Mathematical Biology)1"...... \\KUANG SHENG TING"4'Pgq'l (6ID) A.M., National Central University, Nanking, China,I944S.M., ibid., I947(Pharmacology)G{ Rqcl tl lGI,,'iEUGENE DAVID WEINBERGS.B., University of Chicago, I942S.M., ibid., I948(Bacteriology and Parasitology) Thesis: The Action of Morphine on the Carbohydrate Metabolismof the RatThesis: Quantitative Effects of the Peripheral Innervation A rea onNerves and Spinal Ganglion CellsThesis: Experimental Study of the Effect of Altering the Parame­ters of Electrical Stimulating Currents upon Motor Responsesfrom the Precentral Gyrus of the Monkey (M acaca mulatta)Thesis: Physical Chemical Studies of BacteriophageThesis: A Preliminary Analysis of Skull Morphology as Ex­pressed in Terms of MeasurementsThesis: A Study of the Physical Growth, Development, and Mat­uration of a Sample of Private-School Girls by Means of theWetzel Grid, Supplemented by Hand X-RaysThesis: Nuclear and Cell Division in Allium cepa as Influencedby Slow Neutrons and X-RaysThesis: The Genetics and Physiology of the Incompatibility Al­leles and Some Related Genes in Schizophyllum communeThesis: Mechanisms of Muscular Fatigue in AdrenalectomizedAnimalsThesis: St. Louis and Japanese Encephalitis in Hamsters Fol­lowing Natural Feeding of the VirusesThesis: Contributions to the Mathematical Biophysics of the Cen­tral Nervous System with Special Reference to LearningThesis: Studies on Metabolism and Toxicity of ProcaineThesis: Vitamin Requirements of Dwarf Colony Variants ofBacteriaII. IN THE DIVISION OF THE HUMANITIESPl\�82.9 .A��5' BARBARA.ALDENA.B., Wellesley College, 1933A.M., ibid., 1934(English Language and Literature)SHIRLEY AKERMAN BILLA.B., University of Chicago, 1941A.M., ibid., 1942(History)ELLSWORTH FARIS, JR.A.M., University of Chicago, 1948(History of Culture)P_AUL LESLIE FRANKML J , lj 1 ( n1(� Ie) LL.D., University of Vienna, 1928A.M., University of Chicago, 1946(History of Culture)B U 15� (10lYFfMAURICE STANLEY FRIEDMAN,., J, I.,J o. D S.B., Harvard University, 1942A.M., Ohio State University, 1947(History of Culture)D - .\CHARLES OSCAR HUCKERS Cf � or (tal{ f=2IIt) A.B., University of Texas, 1941(Oriental Languages and Literatures)ROBERT NEILL ELLISON MEGAWA.M., University of Chicago, 1947(English Language and Literature)EDWARD ROBERT TANNENBAUMA.B., University of Chicago, 1942(History) Thesis: Differences in the Conception of Othello's Character asSeen in the Performances of Three Important Nineteenth­Century Actors on the American Stage-Edwin Forrest, Ed­win Booth, Tommaso SalviniThesis: The Meaning and Background of the Interstate ComityClause of the Federal ConstitutionThesis: German Corporatism and Its Social Background, ;800-1860Thesis: The Concept of Musical Romanticism in the Light of theComparative Criticism of StyleThesis: Martin Buber, Mystic, Existentialist, and Social Proph­et: A Study in the Redemption of EvilThesis: The Chinese Censorate of the M ing Dynasty, Including anAnalysis of Its Activities during the Decade 1424-34Thesis: Shakespeare's Last Plays: An Inquiry into the ArtisticForm of "Pericles" "Cymbeline " "The Winter's Tale" and"The Tempest" " ,Thesis: The" Action Francoise" before the First World WarIII. IN THE DIVISION OF THE PHYSICAL SCIENCESGGtf!j·?:i (G�) LAWRENCE DOUGLAS BONHAMI; r S.B., Iowa State College, 1943(Geology)QD1091,$ (t) JA�:?O��l�������TS.M., University of Chicago, 1949(Chemistry)(tfDIOC;t:'j4 �<#(C 'FRANK BENJAMIN COLTON• -;/'" S.B., Northwestern University, 1945S.M., ibid., 1946(Chemistry)G � 'MARCEL DEMEIRLEIRS Lie, en Geog., University of Louvain, Belgium, 1946. (Geography)r. ClCjq (EC ': \r....TATHAN JOSEPH DIVINSKY4' I . '/"" S.B., University of Manitoba, 1946S.M" University of Chicago, 1947(Mathematics)FRANK NORMAN EDMONDS, JR.A.B., Princeton University, 1941(Astronomy and Astrophysics)ISIDORE IRVING FRIEDMANS.B., Montana State College, 1942S.M., State College of Washington, 1944(Geology [Geochemistry])GiOla?1. s: (c)JOHN PHILIP HUNTS.B., University of Michigan, 1944(Chemistry)� A r. (€�\RICHARD VINCENT KADISON1.,...) "'flj 9 I Y' S.M., University of Chicago, 1947(Mathematics)TSUNG-DAO LEE(Physics)I'\e I Ot} � ce· K 'uTILLEM VAN RENSSELAER MALKUS\._.'t ·4 /. S.M., University of Chicago, 1948(Physics) Thesis: Structural Geology of the Hoosick Falls Area, NewYork-Vermont, in Relation to the Theory of Taconic Over­thrustThesis: The Acid-catalyzed Decomposition of HydroperoxidesThesis: Relative Reactivities of Organic Free Radicals in SolutionThesis: Manufactural Occupance in the West Central Area ofChicago IIThesis: Power-Associativity and Crossed Extension AlgebrasThesis: On the DijJusion of Imprisoned Resonance RadiationThesis: The Interchange of Water between Hydrated Cations andthe Aqueous Solvent � /Thesis: A Unified Representation Theory for (opological AlgebraThesis: Hydrogen Content and Energy-productive Mechanism ofWhite DwarfsThesis: The Interaction of the Dirac Magnetic Monopole withMatterQDloqq. 5 (9h)R0f.f.,��rcfu���v�����5S.M., University of Chicago, 1948(Chemistry)/:.'A (£d<)CHARLES MORTON PRICE� qc,q Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1944S.B., ibid., 1944S.M., ibid., 1947(Mathematics)A {> 18HN HAMILTON REYNOLDS'-='t "-', C; 't c; (£t:,( A.B., Harvard University, 1943S.M., University of Chicago, 1948(Physics)�c.. fOC¥1 (�c(ri):LEMENS CAREL JOHANNES ROOT­.. HAANDip. of Phys. Eng., Technische Hoogeschool, Delft,Netherlands, 1945(Physics)-. £" t1 (Ge_\ RAYMOND SIEVER,99 '1 S.B., University of Chicago, 1943S.M., ibid., 1947(Geology) .�A f,!;cK_J13ADORE MANUAL SINGER(.J{ 1 r 1 l '1 S.B., University of Michigan, 1944S.M., University of Chicago, 1947(Mathematics)QD/Otj9· 5" U:) RUS��Vnf!er�1Eo�����?I��S.M., ibid., 1949(Chemistry)ALEXANDER ROBERT VAN DYKENGO I 0 q s-»... (t) A.B., Calvin College, 1941S.M., Purdue University, 1943(Chemistry) Thesis: The Preparation and Some of the Properties of TetrachlorodiborineThesis: Jordan Division Algebras and Their ArithmeticsThesis: AMass Spectrometric Investigation of Branching inCUM, Br80, Br82, and 1128Thesis: New Developments in Molecular Orbital TheoryThesis: Mississippian-Pennsylvanian Unconformity in SouthernIllinoisThesis: Lie Algebras of Unbounded OperatorsThesis: The Mechanism of Metal Ion Catalysis of Decarboxyla­tionThesis: Methods of Preparing Formaldehyde-C'" ""IV. IN THE DIVISION OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCESLJ33 Cjq'l (l:lkmLBERT MAUCH BATESA.B., Yankton College, 1937A.M., University of Chicago, 1946(Education)ELIZABETH CORDELIA BELLA.B., Pennsylvania State College, 1932E.M., ibid., 1940(Human Development)WILLIAM ABEL CAUDILLA.B., University of Chicago, 1942A.M., ibid., 1948(Anthropology)ROBERT LYLE CHAPMANS.B., University of North Dakota, 1946S.M., ibid., 1947(Psychology )ELIJAH HORACE FITCHETTA.B., Howard University, 1926A.M., ibid., 1927(Sociology)LG 39 af:j JENNIE HELEN FRANSETH7 I A.B., Western Michigan College of Education, 1930A.M., University of Michigan, 1936(Education)L03q 9 9 (�\DOROTHY EUNICE GREEN') S.B., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1937A.M., George Peabody College for Teachers, 1941(Education)BF\9t11 DAVID CHARLES BOTTING, JR.A.B., University of Washington, 1940A.M., ibid., 1947(History)MOLLY ACREMAN BRUCKNERB.B.A., University of Texas, 1943A.M., University of Chicago, 1947(International Relations)ARNOLD CARL HARBERGERA.M., University of Chicago, 1947(Economics) Thesis: The:Morale of Teachers in Public High SchoolsThesis: The Effect of Frustration upon Efficiency in a LearningSituationThesis: History of the Motion Picture in Latin AmericaThesis: The Role of Labor in the Conduct of United States ForeignAffairsThesis: Japanese-American Acculturation and PersonalityThesis: The Objective Measurement of Temperament: The DotComparison TestThesis: The Free Negro in Charleston, South CarolinaThesis: Effectiveness of the Georgia Program of Educating SchoolSupervisorsThesis: A Factor Study of Two Academic Interest InventoriesThesis: Currency Depreciation and the Elasticity of Demand forImports.HDlb006 MALCOLM WILLIAM HOGGA.B., Ohio State University, 1942A.M., ibid., 1943 I(Economics)ALEXANDER HAMILTON HOWARD, JR.A.B., Central Washington College of Education, 1941A.M., University of Chicago, 1947(Education)HARRIET DUFRESNE HUDSONA.B., Wellesley College, 1933A.M., University of Chicago, 1936(Economics)ALBERT LEE HUNSICKERA.B., University of Kansas, 1937A.M., ibid., 1939 '(Human Development)EVA EDITH SHERMAN JAYEd.B., University of California at Los Angeles, 1934A.M., University of Pittsburgh, 1938(Psychology )OJ) JA��� E!����}g2���IsT(Education)ALICE KIERNAN JONIETZA.B., Hiram College, 1941A.M., Ohio State University, 1943(Psychology)ROBERT MARTIN KAMINSA.B., University of Chicago, 1940A.M., ibid., 1948(Economics)1-1 0 10(') 0 e MICHAEL HENDRICK HORAK LOUWA.B., University of Pretoria, Transvaal, Union of SouthAfrica, 1936A.M., ibid., 1942(Political Science)1111u: b9Ct� (61 ALBERT JOSEPH MAYERA.B., University of Chicago, 1947A.M., ibid., 1948(Sociology)RAYMOND HERRON McEVOYA.B., University of Chicago, 1942A.M., ibid., 1947(Economics)LEON FREDRICK MILLERS.B., Southwest Missouri State Teachers College, 1940A.M., University of Chicago, 1946(Education)GEORG KARL NEUMANNPh.B., University of Chicago, 1930A.M., ibid., 1936(Anthropology )C·};./.) ROBERT ARTHUR NOTTENBURGS.B., Massachusetts State College, 1943A.M., University of Chicago, 1947(Education)LADISLAS FRANCIS REITZERD. Juris., Royal Hungarian University, Budapest, 1936D. Pol. Sci., University of Geneva, 1938(International Relations)(cd) HARRY JACK RENDELLA.B., Williams College, 1946(Human Development)EUGENE ROTWEINA.B., University of Wisconsin, 1939A.M., ibid., 1939(Economics)JOSEPH JOHN SISCOA.B., Knox College, 1941A.M., University of Chicago, 1947(International Relations)OSCAR EDMUND SMITH, JR.A.B., Southern Methodist University, 1941A.M., ibid., 1942(Political Science) Thesis: Full Employment Policies and International EquilibriumThesis: The Effect on Film Learning of Narrations Restructuredtoward Specific Behavioral ObjectivesThesis: The Progressive Miners of America, I932-46Thesis: A Comparative Study of the Personality CharacteristicsAssociated with Atopic Dermatitis and DermatophytosisI"Thesis: A Factor Study of Reading TasksThesis: Moral Education in American Public Schools, ,I8o(J-I860Thesis: Changes in Perception after PsychotherapyThesis: The Tax System of HawaiiThesis: The Composition of Government Corporation BoardsThesis: Differentials in Length of Life, City of Chicago: I88o­I940Thesis: The Effects of Federal Reserve Operations, I929-36Thesis: Statutory Provisions for Public School Adult Educationand Their ImplementationThesis: Racial Differentiation in the A merican IndianThesis: The Relationship of Organized Labor to Public SchoolLegislation in Illinois, I88o-I948Thesis: United States-Russian Economic Relations, I9I7-20Thesis: Application of Calculus to Assimilation of ImmigrantsThesis: The Economic Thought of David HumeThesis: The Soviet Attitude toward the Trusteeship SystemThesis: Argentina and the Program of Hemispheric SolidarityHD I06()O ETHEL WINIFRED TAPPERA.B., Aurora College, I935S.B., University of Illinois, I940(Education)HENRY ANDREW TURNER,"JR.S.B., Northwest Missouri State Teachers College, I939A.M., University of Missouri, 1941(Political Science)ROBERT WICKLIFFE TWYMANA.B., Indiana University, 1Q40A.M., University of Chicago, 1942(History)VISVANATHA PRASADA SIMHA VARMAA.B., University of Patna, Bihar, India, 1942A.M., ibid., 1944, A.M., Columbia University, 1948(Political Science)JOHN STEWART WATTA.B., University of Akron, 1948A.M., University of Chicago, 1948(Education)ROBERT SPITZER ZIMMEREd.B., Brockport, New York, State Teachers College,1947A.M., University of Chicago, 1949(Education) Thesis: The Potential Objectives of General Humanities CoursesThesis: The Administrative Theory and Practice of WoodrowWilsonThesis: History of Marshall Field and Company, I865-I906Thesis: Some Aspects of the Political and Social Thought of theAncient HindusThesis: Educational Attitudes and Policies of the Chamber ofCommerce of the United States, I9I2-48 .Thesis: Comparison of Problems of Freshman Students in Inter­racial InstitutionsV. IN THE DIVINITY SCHOOLGILBERT GERALD HARROPA.B., McMaster University, 1939D.B., ibid., 1942EDWARD GRAHAM WARING, JR.A.B., Southern Methodist University, 1943D.B., University of Chicago, 1946 Thesis: Tradition and Dissent in the Eighth-Century Prophetsand JeremiahThesis: Philosophical Aspects of Recent Anglo-Catholic ThoughtVIII. THE CONFERRING OF HONORARY DEGREESFor the Degree of Doctor of Science:OSWALD THEODORE AVERYAn investigator who has inspired his fellow-scientists, a counselor who has won theirgrateful devotion, a bacteriologist who has discovered for them fundamental principlesin biology, in immuno-chemistry, and in genetics.The candidate will be presented by Dr. Lowell T. Coggeshall, Dean of the Division ofthe Biological Sciences.For the Degree of Doctor of Science:WALLACE OSGOOD FENNA physiologist who, by his studies on the activities of muscle and nerve and the role ofpotassium in tissue function" has signally increased our knowledge of the basic processesoccurring in living things.The candidate will be presented by Dr. Ralph W. Gerard, Professor of Physiology.For the Degree of Doctor of Science:CLARENCE COOK LITTLEAn incisive experimenter, in recognition of his fundamental contributions to our knowl ..edge of the origin and transmission of cancer.The candidate will be presented by Dr. Charles B. Huggins, Professor of Urology.For the D_egree of Doctor of Science:SIR EDWARD MELLAN�YA scholar who has made notable contributions to our knowledge of physiology andpharmacology; a scientific administrator who has served his country and his professionwith distinction.The candidate will be presented by Earl A. Evans, Jr., Professor and Chairman of theDepartment of Biochemistry.IX. THE CONVOCATION ADDRESSROBERT MAYNARD HUTCHINS, Chancellor of the Universityx. "ALMA MATER" Words byEDWIN H. LEWISCOPYJUGHTXI. THE BENEDICTIONXII. THE RECESSIONAL-Honors March Marriott(The congregation remains standing during the Recession)ROBERT ALEXANDER ADAMSROBERT DAVIS BESTJESSIE MAcGREGOR CAMPBELL.MARY LORETTO COLEMANMARIAM DUBOVIKROBERT ALFRED GILBERTJOAN VIOLA GITZERDUNCAN NEWELL HANSENBARBARA VIRGINIA KENYONJOHN ACKMAN KEYES RAYMOND JOHNSONNANCY ANN LASHERFRANCIS DUMMER LOGANTHEODORE SCHAEFER, JR.ETHEL FRANCES SCHWEITZERLAWRENCE SHERMANNATASHA SOBOTKACAROLYN MARGARET WEISTRICHARD CARLTON WOELLNERFRANCES LOUISE WYERSMARSHALHAROLD A. ANDERSON, Marshal of the UniversityASSISTANT MARSHALSJAMES LUTHER ADAMSWALKER MOORE ALDERTONWALTER BARTKYGEORGE V. BOBRINSKOYGEORGE HAY BROWNLEON CARNOVSKY REUBEN FRODINJOHN GOTTHOLD KUNSTMANNFRANCIS JOSEPH MULLINEUGENE P. NORTHROPSHELDON TEFFTSTUDENT AIDES