ttbe 'Ulnt"ersft� of (tbfcagoFOUNDED BY JOHN D. ROCKEFELLERTHETwo HUNDRED FORTY-SIXTHCONVOCATIONttbe �prtngSECOND SESSIONJUNE FIFTEENTHA.D. NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-ONEROCKEFELLER MEMORIAL CHAPELORDER OF EXERCISESFOR THE CONFERRING OF PROFESSIONAL DEGREES, THE DOCTOROF PHILOSOPHY DEGREE, AND HONORARY DEGREESTHREE O'CLOCKLAWRENCE A. KIMPTON, Chancellor of the University, PresidingI. THE CONVOCATION PROCESSIONProcessional-v-R ubensmarchThe Marshal and the Student AidesThe Candidates for DegreesThe Faculties of the UniversityThe Trustees and Administrative OfficersThe Dean of the University ChapelThe Candidates for Honorary DegreesThe Convocation OratorThe 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.=s. F. SMITH BenoitIII. THE PRAYER vTHE REVEREND JOHN B. THOMPSON, Dean of the University ChapelIV. THE CONVOCATION ADDRESS"Retooling for the Jobs Ahead." R. WENDELL HARRISON, Vice-President and Deanof the FacultiesV. SOLO-"How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel of peace, andbring glad tidings of good things!"-The Messiah HandelMARION DAVIS, Soprano, The University ChoirVI. THE AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN UNDERGRADUATE TEACHINGThe awards jor excellence in Undergraduate Teaching are made toKNOX CALVIN HILL, Assistant Professor of the Humanities in the CollegeFirst appointed as an instructor in 1940, Mr. Hill returned to the faculty of the College in 1946, aftera long and distinguished period of service in the United States Army. A musician and student of music,Mr. Hill first served as a teacher of Humanities I and then, as his present interest in philosophy andaesthetics deepened, as an outstanding teacher of Humanities 2 and the course in the Organization,Methods, and Principles of Knowledge. He is now Chairman of Humanities 2. To all of these difficultand diverse tasks, Mr. Hill has brought an unfailing candor, lucidity, and thoroughness which have wonfor him the highest respect of his students and colleagues.JAMES BAYARD PARSONS, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Dean of Students in the Division of thePhysical SciencesMr. Parsons received the A.B. degree from Washington College, Maryland, served in France in WorldWar I, later attended the University of Grenoble, France, and Johns Hopkins University. He receivedthe Ph.D. degree in 1931 in chemistry from the University of Chicago. As Head of the Physical Sciencesat Wilson Junior College, he developed the General Course in the Physical Sciences and collaboratedwith Ronneberg and Cheronis in the authorship of a well-known textbook in the Physical Sciences. Mr.Parsons came to the University of Chicago in 1946 as Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Dean ofStudents in the Division of the Physical Sciences where he has done outstanding teaching in GeneralChemistry 105-106-107. By his work in bringing together students and faculty in social as well as in­tellectual affairs, he has contributed to the entire Department of Chemistry.H. STEFAN SCHULTZ, Associate Professor of GermanMr. Schultz received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Williams College in 1928 and the degree ofDoctor of Philosophy, in classical archaeology, from the University of Berlin in 1931. Appointed jointlyto the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures and to the College Faculty in 1947, Mr.Schultz has from the first brought his extraordinarily wide knowledge and appreciation of humane studiesto bear upon the teaching of language and literature. In the College he has created a new course for stu­dents who wish to pursue in the German language their work in the humanities. In the Department ofGermanic Languages and Literatures he has served the field of contemporary German literature withparticular distinction. In all of his teaching, his appreciation and enthusiasm for all humanistic studyand endeavor have been a source of insight and inspiration to his students and colleagues.�ean VII. THE AWARD OF HONORSandndelNGafterrusic,T andition,ficult: wonof theVorldeivedencesrated. ofneraILS in-ee of.intly, Mr.udiesr stu­.nt ofwith:tudy Members elected to Beta of Illinois Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa on nomination by theUniversity for especial distinction in general scholarship in the University:Wiley Curtis CrawfordAnton William De PorteHaskell DeutschJoseph Fainberg Jack Isadore KarushJohn Francis KraftPhyllis Findley MaslowHans Otto Mauksch Lyle Alexander PatrickMartin PickerWilliam Austin PryorMembers elected to Sigma Xi on nomination of the Departments of Science for evidenceof ability in research work in Science:Elaine Ruth BermanLaurence Albert BlatzJohn Willard BokmanOliver Hu tchins BownMarie BronskiKeith Ernest ChaveJohn James ChiakulasSarah CountsHarmon Bushnell CraigCalvin Jackson DillahaAlthea GlinesNorman Nathan GreenmanHarriet HarveyHoward Holtzer Richard Beves HoltzmanFrancis Clark HowellJohn Calhoun JamiesonFrederick Arthur Johnson, Jr.William Harding JohnsonAubrey Clayton JonesHerbert KannerLeroy Gregory KavaljianJames William LashAllan Levente LorinczMargaret Wilson MangelLawrence Melvin MatarreseCharles Price McCartney Luiz O. T. MendesGeorge Henry Miller, Jr.Douglas Mills MoreBernice N eugartenJerry S. OlsonJean Hideko OmotoCarol Frances Lundie PembertonHyman RatnerAdelle Lena RoginskyThomas Philip RudyBetty Warren StarrMartin Joseph SteindlerRichard Baker StoughtonMembers 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:Paul Judson AllisonGeorge AnastoploJohn Borst, Jr.Arnold Martin Chutkow Herbert Charles EphraimMiles JaffeRobert Nelson Kharasch Laurence Raymond LeeAbner Joseph MikvaSheldon Robert SteinAnn Macdonald Sweet, FirstThe Florence James Adams Prizes for excellence in Artistic Reading are awarded toGene Patrick Halboth, SecondThe Milo P. Jewett Prize for excellence in Bible Reading is awarded toCarl Eldon WennerstromLafayette Ross GarnerThe John Billings Fiske Poetry Prize is awarded toPoem: DonatusHonorable mention:Stanley Howard RosenPaul Donnelly Carroll Poem: Three Variations on an Egyptian ThemePoem: The Glass ChurchThe David Blair McLaughlin Prizes for excellence in the writing of English Prose areawarded toJoyce Rabin, FirstPatricia Jeannette Cross, Second Essay: The Victim as ExpertEssay: Strength of Will as Tragic Motivation in the Tragedies of IbsenThe Olga Menn and Paul Menn Foundation Prizes for Play- and Story-Writing areawarded toReynold Vincent AnselmoJackson Visscher BurgessPaul M. SillsLeonard Wolfe Play: AnniversaryStory: Old Guy and His HorseStory: The Stone ManStory: Crazy Carey Walks Me HomeThe Charles H. Sergel Drama Prize is awarded toMildred Kuner Play: The New AlcestisThe Howard Taylor Ricketts Award, in recognition of outstanding accomplishment inthe field of Rickettsial Diseases, is made toHerald R. Cox, Director, Section of Viral and Rickettsial Research, Lederle LaboratoriesThe Political Institutions Prizes are awarded toHerbert Lee Caplan, FirstClive Studley Gray � SecondRosalyn Rae Witten Essay : Worker Rights under British SocialismEssay: Obedience to Conscience vs. Obedience to LawEssay: Religious Civil Liberties for the Jews in IsraelThe Borden Undergraduate Research A ward in Medicine, to the member of the graduat­ing class in the School of Medicine whose research is judged to be the most meritorious,is made toJames Henry Eldredge, Jr.The Elizabeth Susan Dixon 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 toHarriet Martin PopeThe Elsa Reinhardt Honor Award, to a student in the School of Social Service Adminis­tration for outstanding work in thefirst year and promise of future achievement in thefield of Social Work, is made toJohn Mike RomanyshynThe Susan Colver Rosenberger Educational Prize for a dissertation reporting the resultsof original research in the field of Sociology is awarded toShirley Ann Star Thesis: Interracial Tension in Two Areas of Chicago: An ExploratoryApproach to the Measurement of Interracial TensionThe Goethe Prize to a College student for excellence in the study of German Languageand Literature is awarded toClive Studley Gray VJHiThe Theodore Lee N eiJ Prize for excellence in the study of French Language and Litera- 11-N.ture is awarded toMilton Willis Finstein D(The Elizabeth R. Norton Prize for excellence in research in Chemistry is awarded toArthur Gerald KowalskyThe Frank Lewis Award for excellence in Mathematics is awarded toHazleton MirkilThe Harry Ginsburg Memorial Prize in the Department of Physiology is awarded toRobert Joseph RaimanThe William A. Bond Medal, to the varsity track athlete scoring the greatest number ofpoints during the season, is awarded toMarcellus Avery GoffThe Daniel Lewis Hoffer Trophy for excellence in Gymnastics is awarded toJames McCaslin JacksonThe W. J. M onilaw Medal, to the second-year College student ranking highest in gener­al athletic ability, good citizenship, and scholarship, is awarded toDavid Garrick UtleyVIII. THE CONFERRING OF DEGREESCandidates for degrees will be presented by the Deans in the following order:Candidates for the degree of Master of Business Administration by Dean Garfield V.CoxCandidates for the degree of Bachelor of Divinity by President Arthur CushmanMcGiffert, Jr., President, Chicago Theological SeminaryCandidates for the degree of Doctor of Law and Master of Laws by Wilber GriffithKatz, James Parker Hall Professor of LawCandidates for the degree of Doctor of Medicine by Dean Lowell T. CoggeshallCandidates for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Dean Ralph Winfred TylerCANDIDATES FOR PROFESSIONAL DEGREES1. IN THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESSFor the Degree of Master of Business Administration:HARVEY ARTHUR ANDERSON, JR.S.B., University of Missouri, 1949WARREN H. BACON, SR.A.B., Roosevelt College, 1948DONALD BAKER BAERA.B., Lake Forest College, 1950 CHARLES CLARE BAKERA.B., George Washington University, 1950MARVIN E. BERNBERGI S.B., Roosevelt College, 1949DAVID MILTON BLOMBERGPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948SPENCER CONRAD BOISEPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948CLYDE SAMUEL BOMGARDNERS. ROBERT BROWARS.B., Purdue University, 1942CLAUDES.CARPENTERS.B., Western Carolina Teachers College, 1940DAVID HOWARD CLAXTONSAMUEL GRIFFIN CLIFFORD, JR.A.B., De Pauw University, 1948MAURICE EDMUND CULHANEPh.B., University of Chicago, 1949CHARLES MICHAEL CULLENS.B.B.A., Boston College, 1950WINSTON CHURCHILL DALLECKA.B., University of Chicago, 1942LARRY RONALD DARCYLEE ANDRE DAVISS.B., University of California, 1950GRANT WILCOCK DOMINYSc.B., University of Alberta, 1949ROBERT GLINN DU VALS.B.B.A., University of Richmond, 1950KINGSLEY ALVORD ECKERTA.B., Baldwin-Wallace College, 1932ALLEN EISENBERGS.B., University of South Carolina, 1946JOHN RICHARD EKHOLMROBERT DUANE ELHARTABDEL AZIZ ABBAS EL-SHERBINIB.Comm., Fouad I University, Cairo, Egypt, 1948FRED THOMAS FURCHNERS.B., University of Oregon, 1948JOHN DAVID GLASGOW IIIA.B., Denison University, 1947JEROME BLOCK GLENNPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948RONALD HARRY GOLDENSONPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948KENNETH HENRY GRADYCAUSEY ESCO GRAM, JR.B.B.A., Tulane University of Louisiana, 1950EARL JENNINGS GRIMM, JR.S.B., West Virginia University, 1949WILLARD FRANK HAASCLIFFORD LEROY HARRINGTONPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948EDWARD SAMUEL HARRISA.B., University of Chicago, 1949HENRY LAWRENCE HARVEYCHARLES MILTON HEDGESS.B., University of Detroit, 1950VICTOR R. HERNANDEZ-MENDEZS.B. in Ed., University of Puerto Rico, 1948 FRANKLIN JAMES JACOBSA.B., University of Cincinnati, 1940LL.B., ibid., 1948JOHN P. JACOBSONA.B., St. Olaf College, 1937EVERETT ARTHUR JOHNSONS.B., Northwestern University, 1948ALLEN ARTHUR JONES, JR.A.B., University of Chicago, 1948NORMAN NISSEN KAPLANPh.B., University of Chicago, 1949MARIAN KARA VITESGARRETT FREDRICK KELLERORLA JEAN KIMBROUGHS.B. in Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1947HARRYKRAFFCHARLES RADCLIFF LAUTHERSA.B., Oberlin College, 1949DANIEL LAUTMANPh.B., University of Chicago, 1949THEODORELAZARATONPh.B., University of Chicago, 1949IRVING LEVINEB.B.A., College of the City of New York, 1950ESTHER JEAN LEWISS.B., Indiana University, 1946MORRIS LEWISA.B., University.of Chicago, 1947THOMAS BURDICK LINDAHLS.B., Indiana University, 1940CLAUS GEORGE MANASSES.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1950WILLIAM HENDERSON MARLOWPh.B., University of Chicago, 1951DONALD AUSTIN MARTINS.B., Indiana University, 1949JOHN MAURICEA.B., Oberlin College, 1949EDWARD JAY McGOWEN, JR.A.B., University of Chicago, 1949JOSEPH PATRICK McMAHONS.B., Central Y.M.C.A. College, 1939HERMAN JOSEPH MUENCHENB.S.C., Roosevelt College, 1948LEO GREGORY MULHEARNA.B., Bates College, 1941LOWELL JACK MYERSB.S.C., Roosevelt College, 1951WILLIAM NOBORU NAGANUMAPh.B., University of Chicago, 1949CHARLES MILTON NEWBURYA.B., University of Chicago, 1948HARRY P. NIELSENHOBART ROBERT PARKS, JR.A.B., Macalester College, 1950MAX RAPHAEL PEKARSKYS.B., University of Illinois, 1936STANTON BUCHSBAUM HERZOGA.B., University of Chicago, 1948KENNETH WILLIAM HOLMGRENWATTS SHERMAN HUMPHREY, JR.S.B., University of Chicago, 1949S.M., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1950 JOHN EDWINS PETERSONB.B.A., University of Minnesota, 1948VIRGINIA KIVLEY PETERSONA.B., University of California, 1943A.M., University of Minnesota, 1944S.B., University of California, 1946 wR(AlTlJEJCMAlPlB:WNRFlCGHcEv947 WILLIAM SAMUEL PHILLIPSPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948ROBERT EVANS POLLACKARA KAREKIN PRID JIANPh.B., University of Chicago, 1949THEODORE ALLEN REYNOLDSJERROLD HERBERT RUSKINPh.B., University of Chicago, 1945CARL LEROY SACKETTA.B., University of Wyoming, 1942 MAHLON DALE STUARTS.B., University of Colorado, 1941GEORGE FRED SUTHERLANDPh.B., University of Chicago, 1946RICHARD TRESSLER THORNBURYFRANK SHERMAN WALTERS.B., University of Oregon, 1950ROBERT FREDERICK WEGENERA.B., University of Chicago, 1948JOHN GEORGE SAINICKS.B., Lewis Institute, 1941MERLIN EDMUND SEAMONAHMAD FOUAD SHERIFB.S.Com., Farouk I University, Alexandria, Egypt,1947PATRICIA MUIR SHERWOODBERNARD BARUCH SILVERMANA.B., University of Chicago, 1941WILLIAM MATTHEW STAPLETONNORMAN GEORGE STATHAMS.B., Georgia Institute of Technology, 1951RAMONA LEE STEINBERGPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948 NANCY ELENE WILKES.B.B.A., Drake University, 1951GEORGE PIERPONT WILLIAMS, JR.A.B., University of Chicago, 1947ROBERT POORE WINTERSS.B.B.A., Northwestern University, 1950GEORGE ROSS WRENPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947S.B., uu., 1949S.M., tus., 1949JULIUS YACKERS.B., University of Chicago, 1948J.D., ibid., 1951FRANKLIN STEVENS STIRINGS.B., De Paul University, 1949 JEROME ASHER ZIEGLERPh.B., University of Chicago, 1949THOMAS GEORGE ZSEMBIKS.B., Massachusetts Institute of Tecknology, 1948II. UNDER THE FEDERATED THEOLOGICAL FACULTYFor the Degree of Bachelor of Divinity:1. IN CO-OPERATION WITH THE cmCAGO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARYCHARLES LEE BURNS, JR.GEORGE EDMUND BURTONA.B., Washington University, 1947 Thesis: Teen-Age TensionsThesis: The Doctrine of the Church in the New TestamentHENRY AMBLER CAMPBELL, JR.A.B., University of Omaha, 1948 Without thesisCHARLES ORON ERICKSONA.B., Doane College, 1947A.M., University of Chicago, 1950 Thesis: Whitehead's Notion of Permanence as a Contribution tothe Theological Understanding of DeathJAMES MOODY GUSTAFSONS.B., Northwestern University, 1948 Thesis: Max Weber' s MethodologyWILLIAM DAVID WILLIAMSA.B., College of Idaho, 1944A.M., University of Chicago, 1950 Thesis: The Place of Pastoral Counseling in the Total ChurchFamily Life ProgramII. IN CO-OPERATION WITH THE MEADVILLE THEOLOGICAL SCHOOLROBERT MAURICE BOWMANA.B., Florida Southern College, 1949 Wi thou t thesisHAROLD DODGE BUCKA.B., Brown University, 1949 Thesis: A Study in Japanese Amida BuddhismWILEY CURTIS CRAWFORDPh.B., University of Chicago, 1946 Without thesisIII. IN THE LAW SCHOOLHOWARD ADLER, JR. For the Degree of Doctor of Law:THOMAS JOSEPH JANCZYJOHN EDWARD JENSENA.B., University of Chicago, 1947THOMAS MOORE JOHNSONA.B., University of Chicago, 1948ALBERT WELLINGTON JONES, JR.Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1948PAUL JUDSON ALLISON (cum laude)A.B., State College of Washington, 1948MYCHAL PETER ANGELOSARTHUR JOSEPH BAER, JR.Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1947STOJAN ALBERT BAJICM. Juris, University Ljubljana, Yugoslavia, 1924J.D., ibid., 192$JOSEPH JOHN BAUMA.B., University of Chicago, 1947CARYL PETER BONOTTO NORMAN KAPPA.B., Brooklyn College, 1942LL.B., New York University School of Law, 19$0AMES ANDREW KARIGANA.B., University of Chicago, 1947ROBERT NELSON KHARASCH (cum laude)Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1946S.B., ibid., 1948DIRK WICKER KITZMILLERPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948JOHN BORST, JR.A.B., University of Chicago, 1948HAROLD HERBERT BOWMANPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948ROBERT BRONSTEINA.M., University of Chicago, 1948FELIX RONALD BUOSCIOPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948CALVIN COOLIDGE CAMPBELLA.B.-, Howard University, 1949ARNOLD MARTIN CHUTKOW (cum laude)Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1948DAVID GRIFFING CLARKEMICHAEL CONANTS.B., University of Illinois, 194$A.M., University of Chicago, 1946Ph.D., ibid., 1949MELVIN CORNFIELDA.B., University of Chicago, 1948EDWARD RICHARD DEGRAZIAA.B., University of Chicago, 1948FRED JOSEPH DOPHEIDEALLEN HODES DROPKINA.B., University of Chicago, 1948JOHN JOSEPH ENRIGHT IIIHERBERT CHARLES EPHRAIM (cumlaztde)Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1948ELLIOT SAUL EPSTEINPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947WALTER JOSEPH FENNYLL.B., Manitoba Law School, 19$0HERBERT ISRAEL FREDMANLAWRENCE MEIR FRIEDMANA.B., University of Chicago, 1948ALVIN FROSSA.B., St. John's College, 1948WENDELL EVERETT GODWINGERALD BERNARD GREENWALDA.B., University of Chicago, 1948WILLIAM EMILIO GUMMERMANA.B., University of Chicago, 1948FRITZ FELIX HEIMANNA.B., University of Chicago, 1948HUBERT EMIL HERMANEKMAYNARD JOEL JAFFE LAURENCE RAYMOND LEEPh.B., University of Chicago, 1946MANNING KAHAN LEITERA.B., University of Chicago, 1947CHARLES ARONIN LIPPITZPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948MARSHALL EL LOBINMARSHALL LEIGH LOWENSTEINA.B., University of Chicago, 1947ALAN SCHUTZ MAREMONTA.B., St. John's College, 1948ARNOLD IRVING MELNICKABNER JOSEPH MIKVA (cum laude)MARVIN WILLIAM MINDESA.B., University of Chicago, 1948ROBERT McCLELLAN MUMMEYS.B., United States Military Academy, 1944EDW ARD HIROMU NAKAL\1URAA.B., University of Hawaii, 1948ALFRED MICHAEL PALFIA.B., University of Chicago, 1948EUSTACE THEODORE PLIAKASCHARLES HARKER RHODES, JR.A.B., University of Chicago, 1948DAN RONALD ROINPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948PAUL AARON ROSENBLUMA.B., University of Chicago, 1947CHARLES FRANKLIN RUSS, JR.A.B., University of Notre Dame, 1949JACK MARVIN SIEGELA.M., University of Chicago, 1948DAVID MORGAN SLOANPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948JOHN FRED SMITHA.B., University of Chicago, 1948GERALD SHERWIN SPECTERPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947JOHN ROBERT STAIRA.B., University of Chicago, 1948SHELDON ROBERT STEINA.B., University of Chicago, 1948 TlPlElSIHJ(FERJIJS(E(IJ\ISO For the Degree of Master of Laws:HOWARD WALTER EDMUNDSLL.B., Southern Methodist University, 1950THOMAS RICHARD STERNAUPh.B., University of Chicago, 1948PATSY MATSU TAKEMOTOA.B., University of Hawaii, 1948 WILLIAM JOHN WELSHA.B., University of Chicago, 1948FREDERICK GALE WHITEJOHN BARRETT WOLFFPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947ERNEST WALTONSAMUEL WEINERPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947laude) IV. IN THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE OF THE DIVISION OF THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCESJOSEPH AFTERMANS.B., University of Chicago, 1947 For the Degree of Doctor of Medicine:BROWN CROSBY MASONA.B., University of Chicago, 1946S.B., ibid., 1949ROBERT SAUL MENDELSOHNPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947S.B., ibid., 1949CLYDE GAIL MILLERS.B., University of Chicago, 1947FRANZ JOSEPH BERLACHERS.B., University of Chicago, 1949ETHEL MAY BONNA.B., University of Cincinnati, 1947(Honors in Medicine)ROLAND PETER BROWNS.B., Bethel College, 1947WILLIAM JAMES BROWNES.B., University of Notre Dame, 1937S.M., University of Illinois, 1939JOHN LOUIS CAM PICHE, JR.Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1946S.B., ibid., 1948MYRON GROVER CHAPMANPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947S.B., ibid., 1949JAMES HENRY ELDREDGE, JR.S.B., Northwestern University, 1942MARY ELIZABETH EVANSA.B., University of Kansas, 1942A.M., State University of Iowa, 1944SHIRL OSBURN EVANS, JR.S.B., University of Chicago, 1947CHARLES LARKIN FLANAGANPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947 JULIAN ALLEN MILLERS.B., University of Chicago, 1949RICHARD JAY NEUDORFERA.B., Cornell University, 1948CAROLYN CLEARE PALMGRENS.B., University of Idaho, 1947NAOMI RAGINSPh.B., University of Chicago, 1946S.B., ibid., 1947ROBERT JOSEPH RAIMANS.B., University of Chicago, 1947(Honors in Physiology)ALEXANDER PAVLOVICH REMENCHIKS.B., University of Chicago, 1943HERBERT JAY ROTHENBERGS.B., University of Chicago, 1949LEO SADOWS.B., University of Chicago, 1950EDITH GOLDFARBA.B., Brooklyn College, 1944S.M., Yale University, 1945CLIFFORD WILLIAM GURNEYS.B., University of Chicago, 1948(Honors in Medicine)DUANE FRANKLIN HYDES.B., Jamestown College (North Dakota), 1947JAY MONROE JENSEN .S.B., University of Chicago, 1949(Honors in Surgery)WARREN RICHARD JONESS.B., University of Chicago, 1949RICHARD CHARLES KOENIGERIC WOLFGANG LAUTERS.B., University of Chicago, 1949JACK KINGSLAND LEWISHAROLD MARSHALL MALKINA.B., University of California, 1947 WILLIAM HENRY SIPPELS.B., Montana State College, 1949WILLIAM McFATE SMITHS.B., Southern Methodist University, 1947GEORGE ALBERT SPIKESS.B., University of Arizona, 1947(Honors in Pathology)RALPH MERRILL STEPHANARNOLD LAWRENCE TANISPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947S.B., ibid., 1949GEORGE WARREN THOMSONA.B., Yale University, 1946WALLACE WILLIAM TOURTELLOTTEPh.B., University of Chicago, 1945S.B., ibid., 1945Ph.D., ibid., 1948ROBERT DAVID TOWNEA.B., Syracuse University, 1947ROBERT EDWARD TRATTNERA.B., Western Reserve University, 1942D.D.S., ibid., 1945ROBERT LOUIS VOSBURGS.B., Michigan State College, 1947JOHN PAUL WESTERGARTS.B., University of Chicago, 1949 HENRY LOUIS WILDBERGERPh.B., University of Chicago, 1944S.B., ibid., 1949FIROBERT JACQUES WIRTSHAFTERMASA YAMAMOTOA.B., Ohio State University, 1946 PACANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY JC1. IN THE DIVISION OF THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCESDOROTHY JEAN BOTTSS.B., J. B. Stetson University, 1942(Physiology) Thesis: The Elastic Mechanism and Hydrogen Bonding inActomyosin ThreadsMAXWELL DAUERA.B., New York University, 1935S.M., ibid., 1937(Pharmacology) Thesis: The Effect oj Rutin and Related Flavonoids on MortalityJrom Acute Whole Body X-radiation J(GEORGE KARREMANS.B., University of Leiden, Netherlands, 1939(Mathematical Biology) Thesis: Contributions to the Mathematical Biology oj Excitationwith Particular Emphasis on Changes in Membrane Perme­ability and on Threshold PhenomenaThesis: Purine Metabolism during Phage Growth pIRVING BANDAS FRITZD.D.S., Medical College of Virginia, 1948(Physiology) Thesis: The Relationship between Adrenal Cortical Steroids andNeurohumoral Effector Substances in the Hemodynamics ojAdrenalectomized Animals Subjected to StressThesis: An Experimental Study of the Effects oj Electrical Stimu­lation oj the Insular Cortex on Blood Pressure, Respiration,and Gastric Motility in M acacca mulattaBURTON LOUIS HOFFMANS.B., University of Chicago, 1938M.D., ibid., 1941(Surgery)HOWARD PETER JENERICKPh.B., University of Chicago, 1946S.B., ibid., 1948(Physiology) Thesis: The Membrane Potential as a Contributing Factor to theRheobasic Threshold oj MuscleARTHUR LOUIS KOCHS.B., California Institute of Technology, 1948(Biochemistry)HERBERT FENTON LAMPE.B., Chicago Teachers College, 1941S.M., University of Chicago, 1947(Botany) Thesis: Reproductive Activity in7l3romus inermis in Relation toPhases oj Tiller DevelopmentMARGARET WILSON MANGELA.B., Indiana University, 1932S.M., University of Chicago, 1940(Home Economics) Thesis: The Determination oj Methemoglobin in Beef MuscleExtractsNANCY MABEL MINERA.B., University of California, 1935A.M., ibid., 1938(Anatomy) Thesis: Integumental SPecification oj Sensory Neurons in theGenesis oj Cutaneous Local SignJAMES PATRICK SAN ANTONIOS.B., University of Chicago, 1948(Botany) Thesis: The Role oj Coumarin in the Growth oj Roots oj M elilotusalba Desr.ANA TERESA BLANCO DE SARIOLAS.B., University of Puerto Rico, 1940S.M., University of Chicago, 1944(Home Economics) Thesis: The Effect oj Different Intakes oj Vitamin A and Caro­tene on the Serum Levels oj Vitamin A and Carotene and theDar kAdaptation Thresholds oj Men with Initially Low SerumLevels oj Vitamin AThesis: On the Origin oj Bacteriophage Nucleic Acid and ProteinMOHAMED SHAFQAT HUSAIN SIDDIQIS.B., Osmania University, Hyderabad, India, 1941S.M., tu«, 1943S.M., University of Chicago, 1949(Biochemistry)RICHARD RENDIGS WILLEYPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947S.B., ibid., 1948(Psychology) Thesis: An Experimental Investigation oj the Attributes oj Hyp­notizabilityII. IN THE DIVISION OF THE HUMANITIESJOHN PHILLIP NETHERTONA.B., University of Chicago, 1938A.l\f'., tus., 1939(Romance Languages and Literatures)COSTAS MICHAEL PROUSSIS Thesis: The Subordinate Characters in Ancient Greek TragedyGraduate, National University of Athens, 1934(Greek Language and Literature)JOHN FORBES SPEER Thesis: A Critical Study of the "Champion"A.B., University of Oregon, 1946(English Language and Literature)MARIE ANITA SIMMONS WILSON Thesis: The Language of "Joseph of A rimathie "A.B., Agricultural, Mechanical, and Normal College,1942A.M., Indiana University, 1944(Linguistics)PHILIP JAY WOLFSON Thesis: Friedrich Meinecke: A Study in German HistoriographyA.M., University of Chicago, 1947(History)PAUL JOHN ALDUSS.B., University of Detroit, 1931A.M., University of Michigan, 1935(English Language and Literature)FREDRIK GEORGE FELTHAMA.B., University of Chicago, 1940A.M., ibid., 1940(English Language and Literature)lalityJOHN ALLAN STEWART ADAMSPh.B., University of Chicago, 1946S.B., ibid., 1948S.M., ibid., 1949(Geology)FRED SHUNJI ARIMOTOS.B., University of California, 1942(Chemistry)FRED DONALD BLOSSS.B., University of Chicago, 1947S.M., ibid., 1949(Geology)JOHN WILLARD BOKMANPh.B., University of Chicago, 1945S.M., ibid., 1949(Geology)EDWARD FRANCIS FAHYS.B., National University of Ireland, 1942S.M., ibid., 1944(Physics)JOHN VERNOR FINCHA.B., Oberlin College, 1938A.M., University of Wisconsin, 1940(Mathematics)MATTHEW PAGE GAFFNEY, JR.S.B., Harvard University, 1943(Mathematics)MURRAY GERSTENHABERS.B., Yale University, 1948.S.M., University of Chicago, 1949(Mathematics)ROBERT JOSEPH GNAEDINGER, JR.S.B., University of Chicago, 1945S.M., ibid., 1950(Chemistry)NORMAN NATHAN GREENMANA.B., University of Chicago, 1941S.M., ibid., 1948(Geology)BUDDY ROSS GUESTA.B., Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1942A.M., University of Nebraska, 1947(Geography): andcs ofimu­tion, Thesis: The Use of Physical Comic Means in English Dramafrom 1420 to 1603Thesis: The Quality of the Wit in the Comedies of Etheredge,W ycherley, Congreve, and ShadwellThesis: The "Novelas espanolas contemporaneas" of PerezGald6s: A Study of Methodo the III. IN THE DIVISION OF THE PHYSICAL SCIENCESitionrme-sclethenustro­the-umleinyp- Thesis: Some Experiments with the Diffusion of Cations throughGeologically Significant SolidsThesis: The Chemistry of Hydro-peroxides: The Formation ofFree Alkoxy Radicals in SolutionThesis: Relationship between Light Absorption and Compositionin the Solid Solutional Series between Ni (NH4MS04) 2 • 6H20and Mg(NH4MS04)2' 6H20Thesis: Petrology and Genesis of the Stanley and Jackfork For­mations, Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas and OklahomaThesis: Investigations on Large Cosmic Ray BurstsThesis: On Banach Spaces with Inner ProductsThesis: The Harmonic Operator for Exterior Differential FormsThesis: Rings of DerivationsThesis: F-bands in Mixed Crystals of the Alkali HalidesThesis: The Origin of the Randville Dolomite of Dickinson andIron Counties, MichiganThesis: Resource Use and Associated Problems in the UpperCimarron AreaCHARLES GUSTAVUS HAAS, JR.S.B., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1944S.M., University of Chicago, 1949(Chemistry)JOSEPH HALPERINS.B., University of Chicago, 1943S.M., ibid., 1950. (Chemistry)GREGORY DEXTER HEDDENS.B., University of Chicago, 1942S.M., ibid., 1950(Chemistry)YEE-CHUANG HSUS.B., Tatung University, China, 1945(Physics)FREDERICK ARTHUR JOHNSON, JR.S.B., Harvard University, 1944S.M., University of Chicago, 1949(Geology)LEWIS DAVID KAPLANA.B., Brooklyn College, 1937S.M., University of Chicago, 1947(Meteorology )SEYMOUR PAUL KELLERS.B., University of Chicago, 1947S.M., ibid., 1948(Chemistry)JERE JOHNS LORDA.B., Reed College, 1943S.M., University of Chicago, 1948(Physics).DAVID McCRAY MERRIELLA.B., Yale University, 1941S.M., University of Chicago, 1947(Mathematics)CLAIR EUGENE MILLERA.B., Park College, 1943S.M., University of Chicago, 1948(Mathematics)GEORGE LOUIS MONTETS.B., Louisiana State University, 1940S.M., University of Chicago, 1949(Chemistry)DANIEL ORLOFFS.B., University of Chicago, 1942S.M., ibid., 1947(Mathematics)CLAIRE CAMERON PATTERSONA.B., Grinnell College, 1943S.M., University of Iowa, 1944(Chemistry)NORMAN ALTON PHILLIPSS.B., University of Chicago, 1947S.M., ibid., 1948.(Meteorology)ROBERT ALLEN PLANEA.B., Evansville College, 1948S.M., University of Chicago, 1949(Chemistry)FRED LINDEN RIBES.B., University of Texas, 1944S.M., University of Chicago, 1950(Physics)WALTER JOSEPH SAUCIERS.B., Southwestern Louisiana Institute, 1942S.M., University of Chicago, 1947(Meteorology)DENIS MARTIN SHAWA.M., University of Cambridge, 1948(Geology)LEE CHANG-LI TENGS.B., Catholic University (China), 1946S.M., University of Chicago, 1948(Physics) Thesis: I. Volatility of Manganese Chloride in Hydrogen Chlo­ride. II. Extraction of Gold Chloride by Isopropyl EtherRGThesis: Oxygen Transfer in Oxidation-Reduction Reactions AThesis: Evidence for the Existence of Steric Inhibition of Reso­nance in the Ultraviolet Spectra of Bicyclic A ryl-Alkyl KetonesJIThesis: Relation of Antiferromagnetic Structure to the BindingEnergies of Some b.c.c. Transition MetalsThesis: Fabric of Limestones and Dolomites TThesis: On the Pressure Dependence of Radiative Heat Transferin the AtmosphereIGThesis: A General Quantum Mechanical Treatment of ChemicalBinding EnergiesGThesis: The Altitude and Latitude Variation in the Rate of Oc­currence of Nuclear Disintegrations Produced in the Strato­sphere by Cosmic RaysThesis: On Almost Alternative Flexible Algebras FGThesis: The Topology of Rotation Groups JThesis : Use of the Density Matrix in Calculations of CohesiveEnergies FThesis: Invariant MeasuresThesis: The Isotopic Composition of Trace Quantities of Leadand CalciumThesis: A Simple Three-dimensional Model for the Study ofLarge-Scale Extratropical Flow PatternsThesis: A Kinetic Study of the Exchange of Water between Hy­drated Chromic Ion and Aqueous SolventThesis: Electron-Capture Cross Sections for Protons Passingthrough Hydrogen GasThesis: Relations between Pressure and Divergence Fields in theUpper TroposphereThesis: The Geochemistry of ThalliumThesis: Polarization of Vector Mesons Produced in Nucleon­Nucleon CollisionsGEORGE ROBERT TILTONS.B., University of Illinois, 1947S.M., University of Chicago, 1949(Chemistry)ARCHIE SPENCER WILSONS.B., Iowa State College, 1946S.M., University of Chicago, 1950(Chemistry)RICHARD LEOPOLD WOLFGANGPh.B., University of Chicago, 1947S.B., ibid., 1948(Chemistry) Thesis: The Distribution of Trace Quantities of Uranium inNatureThesis: The Stabilities of the Chromic-Fluoride and Gallium­Halide Complexes in Aqueous SolutionsThesis: Absolute Excitation Function of the Be9(d, t) ReactionIV. IN THE DIVISION OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCESTED AIDMANA.B., Ohio State University, 1945A.M., University of Chicago, 1947(Human Development)JOHN ASHTONA.B., Yale University, 1942(History)GEORGE OTTO BAEHRA.B., University of Buffalo, 1939A.M., ibid., 1940(Psychology)GEORGE MYRON BELKNAPA.M., University of Chicago, 1948(Political Science)FLOREN CE BELLE BENELLA.B., University of Michigan, 1931M.S. P.H., ibid., 1933(Education)GUY BLACKS.B., Harvard University, 1941A.M., University of Chicago, 1948(Economics)JOSEPH VINCENT BRADYS.B., Fordham University, 1943(Psychology)FRANCIS SEABURY CHASES.B. in Ed., University of Virginia, 1927S.M., ibid., 1931(Education)MALCOLM CARR COLLIERA.B., Wellesley College, 1930(Anthropology)HEDLEY VICARS COOKEA.B., Yale University, 1927(International Relations)HARRY REX DAVISA.B., Texas Christian University, 1942A.M., University of Chicago, 1949(Political Science)JOHN STERLING DEBEERSA.B., Cornell University, 1937A.M., American University, 1939(Economics)JAMES WARREN DEGANA.B., University of Chicago, 1942(Psychology)GORDON DONALD, JR.A.B., Princeton University, 1939A.M., University of Chicago, 1942(Economics)DOUGLAS JAMES DUFFYTh.B., Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1948D.B., ibid., 1949A.M., University of Chicago, 1949(Education)RALPH MORRIS GOLDMANA.B., New York University, 1947A.M., University of Chicago, 1948(Political Science)RHEA RUBISOFF HILKEVITCHS.B., University of Chicago, 1935A.M., ibid., 1943(Human Development) Thesis: An Objective Study of the Changing Relationship betweenthe Present Self and Wanted Self-pictures as Expressed by theClient in Client-centered PsychotherapyThesis: Wilhelm Dilthey and His Early Critique of HistoricalReasonThesis: The Evaluation of Psychotherapeutic Results with SPecialReference to Self-referred PatientsThesis: A Study of Senatorial Voting by Scale AnalysisThesis: The Evaluation of Community Adult Health Educat-ionTechniquesThesis: Market Controls in the California Grape Industry: AnEvaluationThesis: The Effect of Electroconoulsiue Shock on a ConditionedEmotional ResponseThesis: Factors Productive of Satisfaction in TeachingThesis: Local Organization among the NavahoThesis: Major Plans for Elevation of Living Standards in theNear Eastern Region, 1919-50Thesis: The Political Philosophy of Reinhold NiebuhrThesis: The Mexican Peso, 1941-49Thesis: Dimensions of Functional PsychosisThesis: The Depression in Cotton Textiles, 1923-40Thesis: Financial Promotion in Institutions of Higher LearningThesis: Party Chairmen and Party Faction, 1789-1900: ATheory of Executive Responsibility and Conflict ResolutionThesis: Peer Status and Personality: A Study of Eighth-GradeChildrenDAVID GARDNER HINNERSA.B., Harvard University, 1947A.M., University of Chicago, 1948(International Relations)WILLIAM HORBALYS.B., Kent State University, 1946A.M., University of Chicago, 1947(Geography)MAHMOUD ROUSHDI KHATERA.B., Fouadel-Awal University, Cairo, Egypt, 1941Diploma, Institute of Education, Cairo, Egypt, 1943A.M., University of Chicago, 1949(Education)CHARLES EDWARD KINGA.B., Paine College, 1937A.M., University of Michigan, 1940(Sociology)WILLIAM ANSELM KOIVISTOA.B., University of California, 1943A.M., University of Chicago, 1948(Economics)JOHN MARION LETICHEA.B., McGill University, 1940A.M., ibid., 1941(Economics)SHIRLEY ROBIN LETWINA.M., University of Chicago, 1944(Social Thought)WILLIAM LOUIS LETWINA.B., University of Chicago, 1943(Social Thought)JEWEL GLADYS GOLDEN MAHERA.B., University of Kentucky, 1935A.M., ibid., 1936(Economics)FRANCIS HENRY MITCHELLA.M., University of Chicago, 1946(Hunan Development)EMMET VAUGHN MITTLEBEELERA.B., University of Louisville, 1936LL.B., ibid., 1939A.M., University of Chicago, 1950(Political Science)DOUGLAS MILLS MORES.B., University of Chicago, 1942(Human Development)ROBERT DEAN QUINNA.B., University of Chicago, 1946(Human Development)WILLIAM HOWARD REYNOLDSEd.B., Southern Illinois State Normal University, 1943(Political Science)STANLEY MARVIN RIFEA.B., University of Wisconsin, 1934A.M., Northwestern University, 1939(Human Development)JOSEPH RUSSELL ROYCEA.B., Denison University, 1941(Psychology)MORRIS S. SCHWARTZS.S.B., College of the City of New York, 1940A.M., University of Chicago, 1946(Sociology)FRANCES ECKARDT SMITHA.B., De Pauw University, 1928A.M., Toronto University, 1929(Psychology)CLARENCE WOODROW SORENSENA.M., University of Chicago, 1947(Geography)BETTY WARREN STARRPh.B., University of Chicago, 1929A.M., ibid., 1949(Anthropology) Thesis: British Policy and the Development of Self-government inBurma, 1935-48 HE}AA(lANIAA(JRICA(Thesis: Agricultural Conditions in Czechoslovakia, 1950Thesis: The Influence of Social Class on the Language Patterns ofKindergarten ChildrenRII)]Thesis: Factors Making for Success or Failure in Marriageamong 466 Negro Couples in a Southern CityThesis: The Value Orientation Problem in Selected IndustrialRelations StudiesEDThesis: Studies in the Theory of the International Mechanism ofAdjustment WIHOThesis: Utilitarians and Fabians: The Socialist Transformationof LiberalsThesis: The Advent of Scientific Economics, 1660-1700 EDThesis: Organization and Collective Bargaining by Radio ArtistsThesis: A Test of Certain Semantic Hypotheses by Application toClient-centered Counseling Cases: I ntensionality-Extension­ality of Clients in TherapyThesis: The Law of Disciplinary Removal of Public Officers inEngland, Massachusetts, and Kentucky: A ComparisonThesis: Developmental Concordance and Discordance duringPuberty and Early AdolescenceThesis: Psychotherapists' Expressions as an Index to the Qualityof Early Therapeutic Relationships Established by Represen­tatives of the Nondirective, Adlerian, and PsychoanalyticSchoolsThesis: The State Departments of AgricultureThesis: The Public and Voluntary Recreation Services of a Me­dium-sized City: A Description, Analysis, and EvaluationThesis: A Factorial Study of Emotionality in the DogThesis: Social Interaction on a Disturbed Ward of a M ental H os­pitalThesis: Word Reactions and TemperamentThesis: The Internal Structure of the Springfield, Illinois, Urbcn­ized AreaThesis: Los Tuxilas: A Study of Levels of Communal Relationsent i» HERBERT CECIL TAYLOR, JR.A.B., University of Texas, I949A.M., uu., I949(Anthropology)ANDREW HUNTER WHITEFORDA.B., Beloit College, I937A.M., University of Chicago, I943(Anthropology )RICHARD ELLIS WORTHINGTONA.B., University of Chicago, I939(Human Development)'nsojriageRILEY CLAY SPROWLSA.B., New York State College for Teachers, I942M.B.A., University of Chicago, I947 Thesis: Social Change and Cultural Death: A Diachronic StudyThesis: The Pattern of Intergroup Relations: A Case Study ofCo-operationThesis: Use of the Personal History Form as a Clinical Instru­mentV. IN THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESSitriol Thesis: A Consideration of the Hypothesis That Utility AnalysisCan Explain Choices Involving RiskVI. IN THE DIVINITY SCHOOLtists WILLIAM ARMITAGE BEARDSLEEA.B., Harvard University, I937D.B., New Brunswick Theological Seminary, I941HORACE ANSON DULMAGEA.B., McMaster University, I937D.B., ibid., 1940EUGENE LYSNE FEVOLDA.B., St. Olaf College, 1940Th.B., Luther Theological Seminary, 1945EUGENE STANLEY WEHRLIA.B., Oberlin College, 1943D.B., Eden Theological Seminary, I945,mojitionm ioion- Thesis: Man in History in the Thought of PaulThesis: An Analysis of the Initial Data for Inquiry concerningGodThesis: T he History of N orwegian-A merican Lutheranism, 1870-90Thesis: The New Testament Conception of N on-Christian Historysin IX. THE CONFERRING OF HONORARY DEGREESFor the Degree of Doctor of Science:ALFRED BLALOCK, M.D., Sc.M. (HON.)A pioneer and stimulating leader in the fields of surgical shock, surgery of the heartand blood vessels, and the principles of surgical care.The candidate will be presented by Dr. Dallas B. Phemister, Thomas D. Jones Profes­sor Emeritus of Surgery.For the Degree of Doctor of Science:WOLFGANG KOHLER, PH.D., Sc.D. (HON.)A psychologist who, by classical experiments in perception, learning, and thinking, con­firmed the traditional philosophical concept that the whole is more than the sum of itsparts.The candidate-will be presented by Dr. James Grier Miller, Chairman of the Depart­men t of Psychology and Professor of Psychology.For the Degree of Doctor of Science:ROBERT FREDERICK LOEB, M.D�A physician who has made important contributions to our understanding of humanphysiology and disease and has attained particular distinction as teacher, public serv­ant, and leader in his profession.The candidate will be presented by Dr. Charles Phillip Miller, Professor of Medicine.ringlitysen­yticl1e-'os-m-X. "ALMA MATER" Words byEDWIN H. LEWIShen- or more,ne'er shall die.f:\.COPYRIGHTXI. THE BENEDICTIONXII. THE RECESSIONAL-Honors March(The congregation remains standing during the Recession) Marriotttt MARSHALHAROLD A. ANDERSON, Marshal of the UniversityASSISTANT MARSHALSJAMES LUTHER ADAMSWALKER MOORE ALDERTONWALTER BARTKYGEORGE V. BOBRINSKOYGEORGE HAY BROWN LEON CARNOVSKYREUBEN FRODINJOHN GOTTHOLD KUNSTMANNEUGENE P. NORTHROPSTUDENT AIDESROBERT ALEXANDER ADAMSROBERT DAVIS BESTANN CREIGHTON COLLARHASKELL DEUTSCHDONALD ROGERS GERTHROBERT ALFRED GILBERT JEAN DOLORES HEFFERNANNANCY ANN LASHERLAWRENCE SHERMANCAROLYN MARGARET WEISTRICHARD CARLTON WOELLNER1