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Generally Pollard Braswell JACKSON, (Special)--Three Greenville students were among 75 who received their doctor of mqdicine degrees at the University of Mississippi Medical Center here this month.. They are'.Edwin Hugh Braswell, Peter Roger Generally and William S. Pollard Jr. Dr. Braswell will intern at Children's Hospital of the District of Columbia. Dr. Generelly will intern at the Univeristy of Virginia Hospital in Charlottesville and Dr. Pollard will remain in Jackson at University Hospital for his internship. Dr. Braswell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Braswell of 935 Cannon St., Greenville. He has a bachelor of science degree from Mississippi State University and is a member of Phi Kappa Phi honor society. Dr. Generelly is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Generelly of Bayou Road, Greenville, and is married to the former Charlotte McGree of Leland. He is a graduate of the Univeristy of Mississippi. A member of Phi Chi medical fraternity, Dr. Generelly served as student marshal for the school of medicine ^during graduation exercises and was tapped for membership in Alpha Omega Alpha, national honor medical society. In addition, he,was the recipient of the 1970 Mosby Book Award. Dr. Pollard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Pollard of 1443 Francis St., Greenville. He is a Mississippi College graduate and a member of Aplha Kappa Kappa medical fraternity. He and his wife, Carol, live in'Jackson. HATTIESBURG (Special)--Six Mid-Delta students were among those listed on the dean's list for the spring quarter at the University of Southern Mississippi. To be included in the list, a student must have a grade point average of at least 3.25 on a 4.0 system. The six are Billye Sue Duke of Glen Allan, Linda Dell Shaw of Hollandale, Deane Allen of'Leland and Cheryl Jean B. Gilliam, Gary Eugene Jones and Mary Elizabeth Walters, all of Greenville. SEWANEE, Tenn. (Special)--Van Eugene Ham, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Gatewood Ham of 633 Lotus St., Greenville, received his bachelor,of arts degree magna cum laude from the'Unviersity of the South here in spring commencement exercises. Ham also won the Guerry Award for excellence excellence in English. He was a member of theOrder of Gowns, men and Phi Betta Kappa, held a Longino scholarship and was associate editor of the school newspaper and the campus literary magazine. He is listed in Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. WASHINGTON (Special)--Wilburn Lewis Kent Jr., son .of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Kent of 1255 Kirk Circle, Greenville, was among 99 students at the George Washington University Medical Center receiving the M. D. degree this spring. Dr. Kent was awarded the Jacobi Medical Society Prize for demonstrating outstanding ability in pediatrics. He received the prize at the president's tea on May 29. He received his B.A. degree from the Johns Hopkins University and will serve his internship at the University of Rochester, Strong Memorial Hospital,Rochester, N.' Y. GARY, Ihd. (Special)--Edward Lindbergh Gibbs, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards of 633 E. O'Hea St., Greenville has been appointed to the U. S. Military Academy. He was recommended by Rep. Ray J. Madden. Young Gibbs, an honor graduate at Emerson High School in Gary, is the son of Mr. and Mirs. Lindbergh H. Gibbs of Leavy. He is a member of the National Honor Society. ·' He was, a member of the Chicago Youth Symphony and this year participated in American Youth Performs at Carnegie Hall. In 19G9 he performed with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. LAFAYETTE, Ind. (Special)--William L. Barrentine of the Delta Branch Experiment Station at Stoncville was among 821 students at Purdue University receiving''advanced degrees in commencement exercises at the campus here June 7. Barrentine received his doclrnte in horticulture. COLUMBUS (Special)-- Betty Lou of Glen Allan made the dean's honor with an A average for the spring Mississippi State College for Women. Miss Quong, a biology major, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Y. Quong Allan. - HI- SUPERIOR, Wise. (Special)-- Henry Goon of 121 S. Colorado St., Greenville, one of 451 students receiving their degrees at Wisconsin State University- Superior here this summer. Goon his bachelor of arts degree with a political science and a minor in biology. SAN FRANCISCO-Lt. Col. Leslie Fredericks, son of Leslie L. Fredricks Old Leland Road, Greenville, was students at Golden Gate College here receiving a masters degree during the commencement exercises. Lt. Col Fredericks received his degree in administration. He is a 1946 graduate of Greenville School in Greenville and graduated University of Mississippi in 1951. He wife and two children live at Mather Calif. UNIVERSITY (Special)-- Thirty-two Delta students received degrees during commencement exercises at the of Mississippi this month. Peyton S. Irby Jr. of Greenville his juris doctor degre? and Jerry R. Glen Allan won his tioctor of education degree in administration and supervision. Recipient of the master of education degree in physical education was Blalack Sr. of Drew. Students receiving the bachelors were: Samuel W. Neill of Leland, B. A. political science; Terry D. Pieralisi of Leland, B. A. in biology; Jane R. Greenville, B. A. in sociology; Tillio Avaltroni Jr. of Shelby, B. A. in mathematics; Gloria E. Ward of B. A. in mathematics; Christopher R. of Inverness, B. A. in chemistry., John W. Dannreuther of Anguilla, chemistry and English; George A. Cleveland, B. A. in philosophy, English political science; Charles F. Sudduth Hollandale, B. A. in philosophy; Don Turnipseed of Cleveland, B. A. in philosophy; William B. Waits Jr. of B. A. in history and English. Sidney Brodofsky of Greenville, B. mathematics; Beth A. Lyon of S. in home economics; Mildred L. Benoit,- bachelor of music; Dorothy C. Ferrell of Rolling Fork, B. A. in elementary; Karen A. George of Rolling Fork, B. A. in education, elementary; L. Ganier of Hollandale, B. A. in English; Caroline C. Watts of Greenville, A. in education, elementary. Elizabeth A. Teunisson of Greenville, in education, mathematics ; Sherry A. of Scott, B. A. in education, library Alma M. Mutzi of Shaw,B. A. in library science; Nancy A.Egger of A. in business education; Sarah Hollandale, B. A. in special education, speech correction. William P. DCondon III of Greenville, in pharmacy; Bailey Jue of Indianola, in pharmacy; John D. Williams of B. S. in pharmacy; James C. Mallette Indianola, bachelor of business administration administration in general business; Sledge of Cleveland, bachelor of business administration in banking and finance, Boyd P. Atkinsrn of Drew, bachelor business administration in production management. DRY * 3 BIG One 3-Hour

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  1. The Delta Democrat-Times,
  2. 15 Jun 1970, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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