Genthon graduation from Manhattan College, NYT 16 Jun 1915

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Genthon graduation from Manhattan College, NYT 16 Jun 1915 - WEDNESDAY. JUNK 10. 1915. French-First,...
WEDNESDAY. JUNK 10. 1915. French-First, Punden-burg; ot P. Xurrea-tlne, of B. S. r-eelved Whyn-man. Schlotter-er. English Composition, Frederick Kull Shield. Jr. ; . James Buydam Prize In Natural Science, Richard Ashman; Jacob Brodhead Classical Prise, Laird Sumner Van Dyck; Elizabeth Applets, Memorial Prlsa la Moral Science, Ruasel I Fleming; KM ward A. Howsar Prise for Civil xCna-lneerlnaT Thesis, El snore Johnson De Witt; Mrs. Ann Van Nest Bussing Prizes in Extempore Speaking, first by Roy Mundy Davidson Richardson, second by Robert Wjrekoff Seerle: Class of 1KT Prlsa in Political Science. Ruaaell Fleming: Jacob Cooper Prise In Logic, Russell Fleming; Theodore Frellnghuysen Vail Prize fur bchoi arshlp, Russell Fleming. 8EN10R AND JUNIOR CI.A8SE8. John Parker Winner Memorial Prize in Mental Science, Edward Whynman; William H. Van Doren Prize for Essay on Missions. Harold William He Bench : Joseph P. Bradley Prlsa In Roman Law, Roy Mundy Davidson Rich ardson; Lather Laflln Memorial Prises in Mental Science, first by Edwsrd Louis Pep-pel, second by Aston Adolph Raven, Jr. SOPHOMORE CLASS. Myron W. Smith Memorial Prtseg in Oratory, first Herbert DeFreest Hamru, second by Frederick Benjamin Heltksmp. FRESHMAN CLAK8. Tunis Quick Prize in English Grammar and Spelling. Jamee Hall Pltssaa; aamuel Sloan Prlsee for Scholar ship, first by Arthur Jscob Wlrth, second by James Hail Pitman : Edward Livingston Barbour Prises In Declamation, first by Mel bourne Sawfard Applegate. second by Irving Walker Soars. GEN BRA 1, AWARDS. Samuel and Louisa Van Vecbten Prise for Esasy on Missions, lawrence Henrr Prench; Chicago Alumni Club Prlsa la Literature and Library Use, Percy Eugene Cunnlus; Alliance Francalso Prise tn French. Edward Stebblna Ingham j John P. Wall Targum Prizes, first by Louis Ginsberg, second by Raymond Bovey Searle and Sherman Llndaley Conklin. " Those elected to Pht Beta Kappa, th honorary fraternity, were: Elmore Johnaon De Witt, Russell Fleming. John Calvin Oreep. Jr.. Uaorge Duaeabery Norcom, William Solomon Porte. Roy Mundy Davidson Richardson, Franklin Morrow Ritchie, Frederick Kull SalclO, Jr., Laird Sumner Van Dyck. Salmon Abraham Wakeman. The alumni dinner was held In th Robert F. BalllanOc Gymnasium 1st this afternoon. The principal ayeaker waa Secretary Of War Garrison, who said that on of th chief trouble of democratic government was the fact that the masses were awayed by their emotion. Their votes wer won. h aid. by some popular Idol, and their cplnlnna war th nun, as his. Emotion waa the great driving force of their lives simply because tbey had never had a different training, but the caae waa different with college men. Kmotional-ism had no place in the directing of their thought nor In the forming ef their opinion. For thl reason th college man was beat qualified to act as leader In th world ot politic. MANHATTAN GRADUATES 38. President T. W. Churchill la Made a Doctor of Laws.- . Manhattan CoHeg held it a-xty-aecond annual commencement exercises at Cay-negie Hall last night. The - RL Rev. Patrick J. Hayes, D. D.. Auxiliary Bishop of New York, presided. W'Ullam C. Red field. Secretary of Commerce, delivered th address to th graduate. Twenty-six undergraduate received baccalaureate degrees, and twelve other received commercial diplomas. The degree ot Doctor of Ltvi waa conferred on Thomas W. Churcmm. president of the Board of Education. Daniel W. Coughltn received th honorary degree of Master of Arts. - Those receiving tha degree of Bachelor of "Arts were Francis Adam Frits. Lorens Joseph Broenan. Richard John Barry, Frederick William Eirmann. Thomaa Joseph Gray. Daniel Jamee Houlihan. Jr.. Daniel Murphy, TSomas Raymond Owens, and William Joseph Ryan. Bachelor of Science; WITllsm Metchlov Hauck, Mat hiss Herman Wei den. George Connolly. John Costs Charlea J. Dalton. Frederick P. Faracl. Bernard J. Farrall. Rene M. Genthon, William Loughran, Jr . Wool son MoCormick. Joseph A. McEntire, Thomas Basil Murray, Raymond O'Connor, Francis J. O'Mara. Francis Scsnlsn. .Tames Ik Smith, and William Philip Smith. Commercial diplomas: Walter JS. ' A. Plakemors, James Cavanagh. Thomaa Connors, John Foley. Paulino Fetintee. Joseph Haugh, George leclerck, Pet rick 8. Mason, Thomas J. MrOee, Hugh Nolan, Robert X. Quina. Patrick A. Ward. Pour of tha graduatea, Thomaa Orsy, William Lourhman, Jr.. Richard Barry, and George Connolly, delivered essays on "th compensation of war. Connolly won th alumni prlxe of li for the best essay, and Barry the medal for oratory. Francis Adam Frits took th medal for philoriophy and history. The medal for civil engineering went to John Joseph Costa. . ADELPHI'S COMMENCEMENT. 45 Boys and Girls Graduate from Brooklyn Academy. The commencement exerclsea of Adel-phl Academy, Brooklyn, were held fatal eight in the aesembly hall ot the academy. Diplomas were awarded to forty five students. Tha Harlow med 1 . for highest rank lr the High rchool Department.' went to Mis Margaret Bear Adam, anl the Alliance Francais medal lor ernciency In trench to Harold Franklin Hopper. In addition to thesa there wer prize for good citixenahlp. locution, attendance, and athletic. . Th young women who received dl plomas were: Misse II. H. Abbott, M. A. Adams. j. Albert. M. Beattie. L. C. Beatty, M. A. Bennett, 1. P. Urower, D. K. Brown, A. E. Camp, F. Crsndell. R K. L Krbardt. H. M. Uregnry. U. Houghton. F. C lvle, V. M. Jaqunlard. C. . Jesaup. E. U. Kurgrok, K. M. Um. R. C. Marvin. E. W. McNeill. C M. Mcisherrv. L. Meyer. M. S. Middle- j tun, j sillier, x. o. Aiiner, A. uui, N. A Perogo. It. P. Pettit. M. C. Kyan. E. Mmllii, A. M. Struse. K. K. von Glahn. M. E, Vorb-ss, and H. V. Wild foerater. - Th youths who received diploma were D. C. Alford, W. H. Bard well. A. B. Behman. A. C. Hamlen, O. C. Hor-per, J. A, Monfort, J. V. Nlcolay, R, iL Perry, K. K. Story, Jr.. G. A. Vaughn. Jr and William A. Win.-vnt, Jr. The exercises were opened by a procession of graduatea. honor student, and th Faculty into th hall. Th Rev. John E. Adams delivered the Invocation, after which Mlsa Margaret Adama read an eaaay on "The Panama t'anal." William A. Wlnant, Jr.. delivered an oration on " The American Indian In the Twentieth Century;" and honorable men. lion for essay want te Willi II. Bard well, Florence C. I vie. and E!va B. Miner. John Krneet McAfee mad aa addreaa. and th Key. F. C, trbaru; apoke the benediction. . PROGRAM CUT AT CORNELL. Shower Puts Some Class Day Exer - clses Over Until Today. Special to Yks e Tovh Time. ITHACA. Ni T.. June li. The elaas day exercises of the clasa of 1915 at Cornell Unlverelty were eut short today bv a heavy ahower. The President's address by Clement L. Bpelden of Mont clair. N. J., wag postponed until tomorrow, aa was the annual ceremony of passing th ptp from th senior to junior claaa. Most of the program, however, waa carried out In the outdoor amphitheatre. - William Dudley Smith or Schenectady delivered th claa oration extolling Kara Cornell and Andrew D. White as models for routh to follow. Mis Marion Floyd Sturgea of Brooklyn read th clasa poem and Mlsa Grace Florence Marcua ef Catdwell. N. J.. read the class essay urging; the college man not to try to live up to the romle standardisation ot the college student In fiction as being different from other human beings. Wlnalow Ridge Cuthbart of Tuckahoe read th claa history and Durne Spencer Match of Greenwich delivered the memorial oration, announcing that the class of 1915 had pledged Xti,jX yearly toward the alumni endow-tnT.t, The Cornell Truatee today announced the appointment ot Professor . Frank

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