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20 SCHEDULED 10 Seven Seeking Degrees of Master of Science and /- 33 Want Bachelor Title. Twenty men at the School of lncfl arc candidates for decrees at the ijvititutioii'fl thirtieth commencement ivhlch will bfi held June 3. Seven will receive master of science dcnrcc.1 and 13 will receive bachelor of science degrees if /".cholasllc work Is satisfactorily completed between now and June, Registrar W. Milton Brown, who announced the cnndldntca, Dialed that this Is the largest group of candidates to ever apply for degrees More candidates for bachelor of science degrees have applied this year than ever before. Metallurgy. Including ore dressing, was the most ix>putar course with fieven undergraduates and four graduates majoring In it. Geological engineering was the next most popular course with three bachelor of rx:lcncc atu Ihrcc master of science degrees Three of the candidates nre applying for degrees In mechanical engineering, The following candidates for degrees were announced; Master nf Hrlencr, Metallurgical engineering: Walter Diinbnr Wilkinson Jr., Los Angeles; Harold Theodore Johns. Butte; Eugene Charles Little, nuttc; Plato Malazenoss, Oakland, Ca1. Gcoloj/lcjil engineering; Lcvl .J per Merrill. Butle; John Elmer Blixt, Kensington. Minn.; Arthur Oliver Wilson, Von tin Luc, Wis. (Continued on Page 2. Col. ),) •