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NORTHWESTERN

UNIVERSITY

One Hundred and Fifth Annual

COMMENCEMENT



SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1963

McGaw Memorial Hall, Evanston, Illinois



THE PLEDGE



Traditionally Taken by Northwestern Graduates
on Receiving Their Degrees

With a solemn sense of my responsibility
I pledge myself

TO HOLD MY DEGREE AS A SACRED TRUST,,
WITH UNTARNISED HONOR TO MYSELF^
IN GENEROUS LOYALTY TO ALMA MATER^
AND WITH FIDELITY TO MY COUNTRY,
MY FELLOW MEN, AND MY GOD.



THE PROGRAM



PROCESSIONAL

(Audience will please remain seated for the Student and Faculty Processional.)

THE NATIONAL ANTHEM (The first stanza)

(Audience will please remain standing until the Invocation has been pronounced.)
INVOCATION BISHOP CHARLES W. BRASHARES

Univerity Trustee

ADDRESS GENERAL LAURIS NORSTAD, UNITED STATES AIR FORCE, RETIRED

Formerly Commander-in-Chief , Supreme Headquarters, Allied Forces, Europe
AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS AND

CONFERRING OF DEGREES james roscoe miller

President of the University

ADMINISTERING THE OATH OF OFFICE
TO CANDIDATES FOR COMMISSIONS

CAPTAIN ROBERT E. HUSE, UNITED STATES NAVY

Professor of Naval Science

CHARGE TO THE GRADUATING CLASS

The President of the University

CONFERRING OF HONORARY DEGREES

DELIVERY OF DIPLOMAS The Deans of the Schools

THE UNIVERSITY HYMN

(Words to the University Hymn are printed inside the back cover.)

BENEDICTION the reverend ralph g. dunlop

University Chaplain

RECESSIONAL

FACULTY RECESSIONAL (Graduates and guests will please remain seated.)
STUDENT RECESSIONAL (Guests will please remain seated.)

Parents and guests are respectfully requested to remain in their seats during the
entire ceremony, including the period when diplomas are delivered. The aisles of
the Hall must be kept clear at all times, and those who leave their seats before the
close of the ceremony must leave the building immediately through the front lobby.



THE HONORARY DEGREES



DOCTOR OF SACRED THEOLOGY — GEORGE ARTHUR BUTTRICK

Distinguished preacher, teacher, author and editor for more than thirty years, he has been
acclaimed as one of America's most distinguished religious leaders. A native of England, he has
sen'ed pastorates in Illinois, Vermont and New York, and from 1927-54 was the senior minister
of Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church in New York City. From that post he was called to
Harvard as preacher to the University, and Plummer Professor of Christian Morals. No stranger
to Northwestern, he has delivered both the Shaffer and Mars Lectures to this university commu-
nity, and frequently has been a Chapel preacher. Author of a score of books, he served as general
editor of the twelve volume Interpreter's Bible, regarded as the most authoritative series in the
past century. Emeritus professor of Harvard since 1960, he is currently professor at Garrett Theo-
logical Seminary.

Presented by James C. McLeod, Dean of Students and Professor of History and
Literature of Religions



DOCTOR OF SCIENCE — SUBRAHMANYAN CHANDRASEKHAR

Himself a star of the first magnitude, he investigates the stars— their internal constitution, their
atmospheres, and the dynamics of their systems. He was born in India, was educated there and in
England. In 1937 he joined the staff of Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay and the University of
Chicago, where he is now the Morton D. Hull Distinguished Service Professor. For his contribu-
tions to astronomy in such books as An Introduction to the Study of Stellar Structure (1939) and
Principles of Stellar Dynamics (1942), and in his editorship since 1952 of The Astrophysical
Journal he has been awarded medals by the Astronomical Society of the Pacific (1952), the Royal
Astronomical Society (1953), and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1957). In honoring
him, Northwestern recognizes his role in the Twentieth century triumph of astro-physics in our
new and greatly expanded understanding of the universe, not only as an outstanding leader in
this field but one of whom it may truly be said that he opened the main channel through which
this great body of learning could flow.

Presented by J. Allen Hynek, Professor and Chairman of the Department of Astronomy



DOCTOR OF LITERATURE — RONALD SALMON CRANE

To the advancement of humanistic learning he has devoted a long and productive life. As editor,
critic, and historian he has helped to shape the course of literary study in America. During his
editorship of Modern Philology he made that journal the medium for the most significant scholar-
ship in its field. If ours is a golden age of literary criticism it is in part because of his brilliant
work as leader of the Chicago School of Critics. Among the embattled theorists he has always
stood out as a champion of reason and sanity. His books and articles have played an important
role in bringing together again the critics and the historians of literature who in the twentieth
century had lost the vision of a common enterprise. He returns today to have his achievements
honored by the university where he began his career. Here, from 1911 to 1924 he laid the founda-
tion of his international reputation in teaching and scholarship.

Presented by Ernest Samuels, Professor of English



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DOCTOR OF SCIENCE — HUGH LATIMER DRYDEN

A scientist in positions of great national importance, he has helped to inaugurate the space age.
He served as associate director of the Bureau of Standards in the 'forties. From 1947 to 1958 he
was Director of Research, the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. Since 1958 he has
been Deputy Administrator, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. In aeronautical
societies and scientific academies of the United States and Great Britain he has taken an active
interest. He is a past president (1943) of the Institute of Aeronautical Science. For these and
other services he has been awarded many medals and prizes, among them the Medal of Freedom
and the Presidential Certificate of Merit. Northwestern joins its predecessors in recognizing his
significant contributions to his science and his nation.

Presented by AH Bulent Cambel, Professor and Chairman of the
Department of Mechanical Engineering



DOCTOR OF LAWS — ARTHUR J. GOLDBERG

His career is a success story in the American tradition. Youngest of eight children of immigrant
parents, he worked gainfully from the age of twelve, supported himself through college and
received his law degree With Highest Honors from Northwestern University. Specializing in
labor law, he became the spokesman for the United Steelworkers and the CIO. As a labor
strategist he played a major role in merging the CIO and the American Federation of Labor.
Appointed Secretary of Labor in the Kennedy Cabinet, he gave public assurance that he would
administer this office without preference or discrimination, stating that in no event would he
return to the practice of labor law. His successful mediation of disruptive strikes created con-
fidence in his innate fairness and impartiality among both the workers and employers so that
when, last August, President Kennedy appointed him a Justice of the Supreme Court of the
United States, the appointment met with enthusiastic approval. As the third citizen of Illinois
and the first graduate of Northwestern ever to sit upon that Court, we acclaim him as a worthy
son of our State and of our University.

Presented by Kenneth F. Burgess, Life Trustee and former President
of the Board of Trustees of Northwestern University



DOCTOR OF LAWS — THEODORE MARTIN HESBURGH

His contributions to the development of the University of Notre Dame have established him as
one of the ablest and best known university presidents in the United States. In addition, his
membership on the Civil Rights Commission and on the Hoover Commission, and the fact that
his advice is sought by such diverse agencies as the Argonne National Laboratories and the Rocke-
feller Brothers Fund attest to the breadth of his interest and to his deep concern with significant
public issues. His books such as Theology of Catholic Action (1945), and God and the World of
Man (1950) are splendid evidence of the fact that he is a scholar as well as a man of affairs. In
honoring him Northwestern pays tribute also to the University of Notre Dame, a friendly neigh-
bor whose heightened academic stature reflects the wise leadership of its President.

Presented by Pay son S. Wild, Vice President and Dean of Faculties of Northwestern University



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DOCTOR OF LAWS — JAMES SCOTT KEMPER

An insurance executive, a diplomat, a philanthropist, he has for decades been a leader of worthy
causes. His career serves as a noteworthy example of enlightened private enterprise. As the
numerous insurance companies of which he is chairman or president have flourished, he has
turned his energies and resources to public needs. He has served the Republican National Com-
mittee in many capacities, and from 1953 to 1956 was United States Ambassador to Brazil. Brazil
and Ecuador have conferred decorations upon him. He has provided scholarships and fellowships
annually to thirty American universities through the James S. Kemper Foundation. In particular,
he has played a leading part in the establishment and development of the Northwestern Uni-
versity Traffic Institute and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. All these and other
public-spirited activities entitle him to recognition as a generous and outstanding citizen.

Presented by Franklin M. Kreml, Vice President for Planning and Development,
Northwestern University



DOCTOR OF FINE ARTS — LUDWIG MIES VAN DER ROHE

In the field of architecture he is one of the genuinely creative minds of the twentieth century.
His foreign architectural designs include the revolutionary German Pavilion at the International
Exposition, Barcelona, Spain, 1929, and the Tugendhat House, Brno, Czechoslovakia, 1930. First,
as associate of the famous Bauhaus in Germany, and later, as the Director of the School of Arch-
itecture, Illinois Institute of Technology, he has taught two generations of students and inspired
numerous disciples whose buildings are prominent in both Europe and the Americas. In Chicago
he found the opportunity for the full development of his powers. He has designed fourteen
apartment towers, the campus plan and most of the buildings for the Illinois Institute of Tech-
nology, and the new Federal Office Building— internationally recognized structures which have
brought Chicago once again to pre-eminence in the architecture of the twentieth century.

Presented by William S. Kerr, Vice President and Business Manager, Northwestern University



DOCTOR OF SCIENCE — RAYMOND JAMES NAGLE

As Dean of the Faculty of New York University College of Dentistry he has acquired an enviable
national reputation. For the problems facing the dental school with the largest enrollment in the
United States he has provided effective solutions. His influence extends far beyond the limits of
New York City. From his untiring efforts in many areas of dental research and education, all
dental schools, his profession and the public have profited. He is a past president of the
American Association of Dental Schools and has represented his profession on many national
boards and commissions. For all these activities, as well as for his textbook and other important
publications which have advanced the frontiers of knowledge in his field, he is being honored here.

Presented by Dr. Alvin H. Grunewald, Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry and
Chairman of the Department, Dental School



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DOCTOR OF LAWS — HERBERT VICTOR PROCHNOW

By his achievements in three professions he has brought credit to his alma mater (Ph.D., North-
western University, 1947) as well as to himself. He has been a banking executive, a government
official, and an author. His present position as executive vice president and director of the First
National Bank of Chicago is evidence of the respect he commands in banking circles. For many
years he has also been director of the Summer School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin.
In 1955 he was appointed special assistant to the Secretary of State. And in 1955-56 he became
deputy Under-Secretary of State for Economic Affairs. He closed his career in government
service as Chairman of the United States delegation for general agreement on tariffs and trade,
Geneva, 1956. With unflagging energy he has in addition been able to write, compile, or edit a
score of books on banking, teaching, and public speaking. In the height of his attainments as in
the range of his interests he serves as an inspiration to those who are graduated today from
Northwestern.

Presented by Gaylord A. Freeman, Jr., Trustee of Northwestern University



DOCTOR OF FINE ARTS — WILLIAM HOWARD SCHUMAN

In his dual capacity as composer and educator he has been a leader in American music for the
past twenty-five years. His achievements in both fields, creative art or educational administration,
provide the basis for a distinguished reputation. His compositions are as varied as they are
meritorious, for he has been a fertile creator of orchestral works, choral works, band works,
theatre works, and scores for films. He has been President of the Juilliard School of Music, and
currently is President of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. He is also a director of the
Metropolitan Opera Company, the Koussevitsky Music Foundation, and the Walter W. Naumburg
Foundation. In addition he has served on cultural delegations for the United States Information
Agency and UNESCO. To the long list of his awards such as the Pulitzer prize for music, and
the award of merit by the National Association of American Composers and Conductors, North-
western adds its recognition of his outstanding contribution to the cultural life of the nation.

Presented by Thar Johnson, Professor and Director of Orchestral Activities, Music School



DOCTOR OF LAWS — LAURIS NORSTAD

After playing an important part in the war in Africa and Europe from 1942 to 1944, he returned
to Washington as one of the youngest generals in the Air Force. His experience and ability on
the General Staff contributed greatly to the early consumation of World War II.
To list the positions of trust and responsibility he has held is to plot the ideal career for a man
in the military profession. By his brilliant performance in his international assignments he has
won the gratitude of his own country and the acclaim of all Western nations.

In 1951 he served as Commander-in-Chief of the United States and Allied Air Forces in Central
Europe. In 1956 he became Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers in Europe. For the tact
and vision he displayed in handling the problems that faced the free world during troubled
years of his administration, the governments of Great Britain, France, Morocco, and the
United States conferred on him their highest possible decorations. Northwestern, today, adds
its tribute.

Presented by Dr. Gilbert H. Marquardt, Associate Professor of Medicine, Medical School



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THE DEGREES IN COURSE



The appearance of a name on this list is presumptive evidence of graduation
but is not to be regarded as conclusive.



THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

Candidates Presented by dean simeon e. leland



BACHELOR OF ARTS



Thomas Struthers Abler
Stephanie Isabel Ackley
Elizabeth Adams
Margot Adams
Kenneth Keith Albrecht
Linda Parson Alenson
Roosevelt Maurice Alexander
Frederick Tirrell Allen, Jr.
Gary Ross Allen
Jeanne Carver Allen
Toni Alterbernd
Eric Robert Anderson
LeRoy Kenneth Anderson
William Alfred Anderson
William Dennis Appier
Louis George Arnold
Sarah Irish Arnold
Herbert McDonald Atherton
Cathie Caton Atkinson
Bonnie Fulford Avard
Robert Harold Bade
Susan Diane Bagdade
Donna Lynne Baker
Sallie Rae Bard
Alex John Bart, Jr.
Richard Eugene Batts
Martha Milnor Bauer
Robert James Baum
Edward Oscar Baur
James Philip Bays
Susan Schnadig Belgrad
Matthew Kenneth Bencic
Barbara Ann Berger
John Colerick Berghoff, Jr.
Roy Nils Bergmann
Judy Helen Berliner
Elizabeth Kraft Berman
Roger Louis Berman
Sally Jeanne Bernard
Joyce Bianchi

Frances Elizabeth Bickelhaupt
Ann Joan Biersach
Ruth Caplan Birndorf
Lois Roberta Boberski
Sarah Corbett Bolles
Gaylor Maurice Bonham



Victoria Booher
Deborah Jeanne Booty
Alan John Bouwmeester
Margaret Edith Bowen
Albert Davison Bowers
Neil James Boyer
Susan Hoffert Boyer
Thomas James Bracken
Barbara Jane Brauer
Lois Helene Braun
Barbara Ann Breden
Julie Sue Bregman
Edwin E. Breitenbach
Carole Bricker
Anne Elizabeth Bridge
Judy Briell
Harold Lee Broberg
Terry Lynne Brotherton
Craig Michael Brown
Karen Louise Brown
Sydney Elizabeth Brown
Roberta Bruce
Nancy Kay Brunstetter
Roy Kent Bryan
Vincent Edward Bryan
Joseph Gordon Buchmann
Sue McBride Bucklin
Elizabeth Ramsey Burroughs
Carolyn Burrows
James Alan Burstein
Robert Buttemiller
Susan Catherine Byron
John Lewis Campbell
Richard James Carney
Sally Carson
Donn Owen Carstens
Mary Susan Casper
Ann Christine Cea
Robert Downing Cecil
David Nathaniel Chamberlin
David Rufus Chandler
Betty Jane Claar
Mickey Kenneth Clampit
Janet Llewellyn Clark
Joseph Madison Clark
Sandra Lynn Cohen



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Martin Leon Collin
James Michael Collver
Walter Ames Compton
Stafford Malcolm Congdon
Shirley Ann Conover
John Clark Cook
Patricia Louise Cook
Roger Lee Cooke
Edithann Cooper
Elaine Hedy Cooper
Phyllis Carlstedt Cooper
Jane Baker Copeland
David Allen Copus
Gail Lawrence Costikyan
Nancy Lou Cox
Meredith Nan Coy
Edgar Griswold Crane, Jr.
Robert Allan Creamer
Daniel Vorhees Crowe
Pamela Sue Culp
Sue Carol Cummings
Carolyn Louise Curtis
Sherman Kimbell Cusack
Michael Dalzell
Marianne Helena Dapples
Diana VanCleve Dasburg
Donna Jeanne Davidson
Harry Hewlett Dawson
Barbara Lucy Detjen
Paul Arthur Dierberger
Carol Ann Dilibert
Forrest Donald Dill
Mary Helena Dollahan
William Joseph Donnelly II
Christine Louise Dostal
Walter James Dowling
Judith Ann Dressel
Ronald Alfred Drumke
Katharine Meriam Dynes
Carolyn Eckel
Bruce David Edison
Elizabeth Penelope Edwards
Anne Eggenberger
Fred Edward Ehrlich
Suzanne Elizabeth Ehrman
Paul William Engstrom
Sharon Laine Engstrom
Eleanor Allison Ervin
Elizabeth Bishop Erway
Wallace Gerald Esgate
Jerald Paul Esrick
Michael Joseph Euringer
Richard Allen Fabish
Virginia Lee Faris
Zillah Martha Fellows
Julia Kay Felt
Alan Currie Ferguson, Jr.
Angela Rose Ferrante
Ricardo Brandao Ferrari
Nancy Nadine Ferrier
Jean Kathleen Fitzgerald
Paul Richard Flatley



Charles James Fleck, Jr.
Suzanne Flemming
Linda Gail Flora
Joan Frances Forster
Joanne Fox
Clara Jane Eraser
Joyce Golda Friedman
Diane Marie Fuglsang
Gordon Andrew Fuqua
Richard Lawrence Furman
Raymond Edward Gaebler
Alyce Louise Gagosian
John Douglas Gambill
Ann Gekas

Nancy Ehlermann Gerdau
Linda Hope German
Edward Rolland Gerrard
William George Geuss
Mary Gail Gibbons
Donald Eugene Gibson
Margaret Anne Gilbreth
William Harvey Gillingham
Bert Eugene Glader
Eric Jay Gleacher
Errol Glustoff
Steven Hirsh Goldberg
Karen Rachel Gordon
Patricia Ann Grabowski
Tracy Ann Graham
Cynthia Sue Green
Nancy Lou Griffin
Gretchen Ann Grigsby
Bruce Theodore Grindal
Jean Margaret Grommes
Diane Rae Gruner
Catherine Anne Gullo
Diane Louise Gustafson
Alan Otto Haakenstad
Donald Witt Hadley, Jr.
Lonnie Edward Haefner
Michael Bossert Hagearty
Kaaren Ellen Hagen
Katharine Virginia Hagerty
Christian Ellis Hageseth
David Burrill Hall
Lucretia Eleanor Hall
Lynn Deanne Hall
Gene Thomas Hamilton
Jack Leonard Hammersmith
Patricia Ann Hanzlik
Carla Josephine Harms
Geoffrey Scott Harris
Jean Ann Harris
June Micka Harris
Craig Reinhold Hassler
Albert Richard Hatfield III
John Harry Hawes
David Allan Henderson
Frank Xavier Henke III
Ellen Heinle Henschen
Charlotte Meyer Herman
Robert Scott Hershey



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Charlotte Marian Heyne
Malcolm Geoffrey Hicks
David Carrick Hill
Douglas Lowell Hintzman
Mary Lee Hoch
Thomas Marshall Hogan, Jr.
William Arch Hoisington, Jr.
John Francis Holcomb
Helen Harriet Hollingsworth
Donna Dickson Holmberg
Elizabeth Erkkila Holmes
Ann Holt
Craig Ward Holt
Philip Edwin Hong
Dolores June Honig
Frances Evelyn Hooper
Jon Earle Horton
Susan Hilary Houston
Laura McGrew Howard
Jonathan Thomas Howe
Larry Gene Howell
Hope Halloran Howlett
Julie Marquison Hoyt
Albert William Hudson
Katharine Davis Hughes
Nancy Ruth Hunton
Anne Christine Huseman
Richard Ward Hutson
Gail May Ingrish
Catherine Evelyn Irvine
Ronald Masato Iwamoto
Timothy Edward Jackson
Allan David Jaklich
Bill Patrick Jamnick
Linda Louise Jenewein
Franklin Culver Jesse, Jr.
Anne Carolyn Johnson
Daniel Frank Johnson
Dixie Eleanor Johnson
Lewis Meredith Jones
Virginia Kirn Jones
Donald Randolph Joondeph
Diane Ruth Joslyn
Steven Howard Judd
Kalman Joel Kaplan
Sandra Rose Katz
David Elliott Kaufman
Penelope Ann Keeling
Richard Owen Kern
Jean Constance Kertesz
Jo Ann Marco Keulks
William Arthur Killen
Marianne Janice King
Sara Elizabeth King
Andrew Peter Klaus
Andrew Klein
Janice Irene Klein
Richard Alan Klein
Ann Cynthia Kneen
Susan Tait Koch
Bennett Eugene Koffman
Kathleen Sue Kohne



Kira Fay Kramer

Sharon Faye Krob

Carol Ann Kroll

Kay Christine Kujala

William Joseph Kunkle, Jr.

Linda Diane Kurtzon

Sarah Rosalind Lamb

Gary Young Larsen

Lawrence Roland Lathom

Dorothy Anne Lattof

Jill Laughlin

William Joel Lawton

Donald Lloyd Lee

Robert Watson Lennon, Jr.

Linda Lerch

Harriet Lee Lerner

Robert David Lerner

Robert Thomas LeSage, Jr.

James Phillip Levine

Rhoda Jean Levy

Edward Jacob Lewin

Cynthia Wattenberg Lewis

Sherwin David Lewis

Caryl Evalyn Libby

George Lee Lincoln

David Herbert Lindelof

Judy Ann Link

Cynthia Anne Lippincott

Richard Alan Lips

Marilyn Schaefer Lockett

Nancy Campbell Loetscher

Paul S. London

Garland Wayne Love

Margaret Ann Lueth

Ashley Franck Lukens

Ruth-Ann Lunt

Alan Cooper Luntz

Linda Lou Lyman

Susan Edwina Lytel

Ann Allyn Macdonald

Elsie Anne MacDonald

Charles Allen Macdonell

Ellen Gaynor MacDonell

Richard Alan Macken

Martha Josephine MacKinnon

Arthur Robert Magnani

John Earl Malmstad

Donald Thaddeus Marleski

Mary Jane Marks

Dalian William Martin

Marcia Ann Martin

Mary Anne Martin

Thomas Emmons Mason

Robert James Masters

Richard Frederick Mayes

David Glenn Maze

Michael Parry Mazur

Stephen Holmes McClintock

William Robert McClintock, Jr.

Patricia Ann McFerren

Dennis Edward McGirr

Susan Fuller Mcllvaine



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Mary Elizabeth Mclnemey
Katherine Parry McMahon
Richard Andrew McMahon, Jr.
Virginia Ruth McMillin
Peter Ernest Medina
Jerry Francis Medler
Sandra Mendelsohn
Stephen McLane Merrick
Polly Hart Merrill
Russell LaMonte Merritt
Ginger Kay Mews
John Michael Meyer
Mary Alice Meyer
Anne Christine Miller
Edward Bingham Miller
Marion Alayne Miller
Shirley Lois Miller
Judson Hirsch Miner
Alice Royce Mintzer
John Carroll Moerk, Jr.
Nan Kentner Moffett
Peter Denis Molan
Richard Alan Moldawer
Kenneth Charles Monahan
Sharon Elaine Monahan
John Rudolph Monson
Charla Tierce Moore
Edwin Flint Moore
Janet Elisabeth Moore
Mary Elizabeth Moore
Sue Carroll Moore
Meredith Moorshead
Mary Pollock Mueller
Dawn O'Hara Munro
Anne Hougen Murphy
James Thomas Murphy
Anita Carol Muse
Lawrence Gerald Myers
John David Nelson
Robert Fredrick Nelson
Sarah Florence Nesti
Neal Peter Nettesheim
John Lebaron Newton
Joseph Gerald Nicosia
Franklin W. Nitikman
Jeanne Elizabeth Nolte
John Dennis Norfray
Kathryn Annetta Nuttall
Steven George Nystrom
Denis James O'Brien
Kathryn Anne O'Neal
Samuel Johnson Orr
Edward Charles Osterberg, Jr.
Susan Gene Otley
Mary Carolyn Overton
Carl O'Neal Page, Jr.
Richard Martin Pagni
Leslie LeVar Paholke
Glenn Lewis Paulson
Theodore Allan Pearson
Bernard Carl Pecaro
Bonnie Joyce Perlman



Jan Billste Persson
Ruth Lyn Pessel
Bruce Lawrence Petersen
Deane Millar Peterson
Kenneth Wayne Petke
Stanley George Petzel, Jr.
Warren Randall Phillips
Paul Edwin Pierce
Carol Ann Pollock
Judith Caroline Pool
John Alden Powers, Jr.
David John Prehn
Sarah Carolyn Price
Nancy Lee Purcell
Marthe Clare Purmal
Eleanor Ann Raglan
Mary Martha Ralph
James Gordon Ramsay
Robin Jean Rawlins
Carter Thomas Reed
Susan Regnery
Joyce Ann Reid
Mary Reis

Marianne Denise Relic
Lois Bonnie Resnick
Philip Dale Retchless
Susan May Richardson
Valerie Stekloo Ritch
William Francis Roberson
Donald Adolphus Robertson, Jr.
Caroline Marston Robinson
Charles Eugene Robinson
Dale Lisabeth Robinson
Forrest Glen Robinson
Patrick Eugene Rocca
Charles Alva Rogers
Suzanne Rohweder
Michelle Lynn Rollins
Barbara Kent Rose
Michael Jay Rosenthal
Harriet Telsa Ruben
Melissa Ruddick Rubincam
Linda Lee Rucker
Robert Irving Rullman
Ira Fred Salkin
David Joseph Salniker
Jeffrey Robert Sampson
John Geiger Sawtell
Mitchell Owen Sawyer
Muriel Smith Savage
Steven Jeffrey Schaffner
Elaine Elizabeth Schilf
Harriet Schiltz
John Williams Schladweiler
Fred Eugene Schlegel
Linda Barbara Schlueter
Judith Anne Schneebeck
Linda Fletcher Schubert
Barbara Rice Schwarz
Georgeann Scoggin
Carol Seidenbach
Janice Byrum Semerad



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Charles Henry Severens
Henry Frederick Sharman
Peter Lee Shaw
Jane Mcintosh Sheldon
Philip James Sheridan
James Jefferson Sherman
Roger Davis Shetterly
Raisa Shpakovskij
Stephen Ralph Shrader
Nancy Josephine Siegert
Rolland James Siiter
Susannah Grace Simonis
Richard Arthur Skall
Herbert Carl Smith
J. MacAlpine Smith
Marilyn Hockenberg Smith
Ward Owen Smith
Cynthia Grace Snyder
Peter Vincent Solber
George Elmer Spink
Fred Dale Stahmann
Lilla Field Stevens
Helen Marie Stewart
Stanley Roger Stoga
Susan Keith Stoner
Richard Jeremy Averill Stowell
Rima Stuogis
Christa Franziska Suttner
Thomas Eric Swarsen
Laura Hope Swisher
Howard Akira Takata
Steven Andrew Tatar
Eleanor Ruth Taylor
Leila Feinberg Taylor
Richard Frederick Taylor
Pamela Marta Teichner
Reaves Stanford Terhune, Jr.
Charles Frederick Thom
Beverly Way Thompson
Donald McRae Thompson
Thomas Anders Thompson
Joyce Thomborrow
Susan Johnson Thome
Lawrence William Thorpe
Robert Lloyd Thorsen



Bernice Elaine Timm
Pweh Boon Tjok
Audrea Lea Tokars
John Andrew Toman
Edward Allan Tomey
John Thomas Tongate
Judith Townsend
Daniel Bigelow Tunstall
Jack Allen Tyler
Thomas John Utaski
Patricia Anne Utz
Mary Culver Vanderhoof
Ernest Neil Vanover
Robert William Venables
Diane Aileen Venezky
Judy Beth Vetter
Mary Judith Walker
Stuart James Wallack
Rita Herkert Walsh
Robert Leigh Ward
Henry Eldridge Warner II
Margaret Rose Weatherly
Alice Mae Welsh
Janice Rae Westlund
Judith Ann Westlund
Susan Ellen Willers '
Susan Carlton Williams
Stephen Milton Wilson
Bess Ruth Winakor
Rebecca Davidson Winkless
Stuart Randy Winston
Robert Clair Wolcott
Dennis Wai Hung Wong
Susan Hanson Wright
Linda Yuriko Yamasaki
Karyl Yost

William Morrow Zachman
Gail Zaiman
Philip George Zager
Chester Raymond Zeiss, Jr.
Corinne Marie Zerial
Donald Gray Zerwer
Lucy Elizabeth Zimmerman
Christine Zukowski



BACHELOR OF

William Frederick Affeld
Jane Ricketts Anderson
Diana Frances Bacigalupe
Barbara Ann Beckering
Melvin James Blakley
Sara Elaine Blomberg
George Bruno '
John Winston Clark
Louis Cohen
Walter Louis Cohrs, Jr.
Clyde Francis Davis
Barbara Price Deuel



PHILOSOPHY

James Leslie Deuel
Harold Arthur Diez
Arnold Francis Dobner
Edward Gerald Dowling, Jr.
Nicholas Jerome Eck •
Rita Madonna Finnegan
Luella Wickert Florez
Julie Ann Frick
Leslie Gerald Friedman
William Edward Glennon
Rose Marie Murray Grisham
Anne Mary Gryboski



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Gerald William Hermann
Anne Elizabeth Horton
William Preston Howard
Marie Alexandra Joaillier
Frank Arthur Johnson
Carol Margaret Keefer
Agnes Shaughnessy Kelly
Robert Emmet Kennedy
Richard Arthur Kirk
Daniel Jerome Kubala
Douglas Clifford Lindgren
Frank Henry Mazzuca
John Allan Millington
Irene Lois Modjeska
Maurice Dennis O'Hern
Ann Bertram Pencik
Richard Joseph Piagari
George Archie Pressley, Jr.
David Fowler Hopkins Priest



Gloria Kerdman Roseman
Walter Joseph Roy
Judd Alan Sackheim
James Tamotsu Saiki
Robert Arthur Schmidt
Neil Stephen Shamberg
Dewey Thilo Sherden
Marilyn Singer
Charles Gordon Snoad
Donald Arthur Soucek
Thomas Michael Stack
Agnes Frances Sterba
Comeff Rhodes Taylor
Arthur William Tinney, Jr.
George Edwin Tumbull
Shirley Washington Venerable
Jeannine Mildred Vestuto
Suzanne Levine Weinstein
Eleanore Lickus Zayner



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN GENERAL EDUCATION



George Anthony Borun
John Anthony Peterson



John Peter Wagner
Shirley Lee Ware Wasnick



THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

Candidates Presented by dean richard h. young



DOCTOR OF MEDICINE



William Conrad Adkins
James Francis Aiken
Patricia Gibford Amstadter

fSusan Frances Anderson
Donald Dwane Bailey
Mortimer Devine Beck
William Michael Bennett
Charles Cormany Bird
Robert Alan Bonebrake
Bruce Bartlett Boyd
Paul Jay Brat
Bruce Arnold Buck
Jerald Dennis Buckley
Robert William Burt
James Joseph Cicero
Guy Storman Clark

flrun Robert Cohen
James Joseph Conway



Roland Dexter Cull
John Deligeorges
William Tegtmeier Dicus
f John Ernest Dunn
Calvin J. Dykman
Dwain Lee Eckberg
Jerry Joe Evans
Frederick William Fitz
Michael Angelo Florio
Sandra Jane Forbes
David S. Forkosh
Nancy Knutsen France
Robert Joseph Frank
Ralph Charles Friedenberg
Ronald Kenji Fujimoto
John Patrick Gartland
Dennis John Garwacki
Frank Michael Gatti



??fWith Highest Distinction



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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY



James D. Geissinger, Jr.

John Patterson Gerber

Robert LeRoy Ghiz

Charles Vincent Gilliland

Thomas Murrell Gragg

J. Michael Gross

Thomas Frank Haas

Donald Floyd Hagen

Stone Matthew Hallquist

Robert Hunt Hamor

Cline Adolph Handy

John Charles Harbert

James Leonard Harpstreith

Harvey Russell Hathaway, Jr.

Robert James Hays

William Joseph Heiser

Richard Moss Heller

John Ford Hick

James P. Himmelwright

Charles Gordon Huizenga

Norman Labe Jacobson

Burton Janis

Richard Kendall Jelsma

Lee Roy Warford Johnson
*Glen Anthony Johnston

Harry Lee Keffer

Lake Charles Kellermyer II

Thomas Frederick Keys

Douglas Lyle Kjellsen

Carl Henry Kjobech
•Lawrence Klein

Robert Jay Kramer

Leonard Irwin Kranzler

Richard Samuel Kronenberg

Richard Henry Larson

Stefan David Laxdal

Richard Eaton Leach

Stuart William Leafstedt

Jay Martin Lebowitz

Thomas George Lowe

Kenneth David Lyon

James Edward May

John Edward Mayo

Alexander Murray McBride

Joel Floyd Miller

David Swaney Moore

Charles Augustine Mudd

David Homer Munger



John Berthold Nanninga

•Thomas Arthur Ncfl
David George Nesset
Marvin Leon Nice
Donald Joseph O'Brien
Donald Paarlberg
Gordon Richard Paul
Bruce Albert Polender
Gerald Sander Poticha
William Edwards Powers, Jr.
Stephen Lee Propeck
William Robert Roalfe
Charles Curtis Robinson
John Frederick Girard Rooks

•Sidney H. Rosenheim
Carl Gene Rowe
Kent Lee Sack
Joel Gerald Sacks
Donald Ernest Sampson
Albert Francis Scaramella
Thomas Edward Schwark
Thomas Alan Seemayer
Emanuel Semerad
William Van Ronkel Shellow
Joshua Shere
Charles Kent Smith
James Jay Smith
Roy Taylor Smith
Richard Norman Stauffer
Jon Herman Stenseth
Robert William Swanson
John Herman Ten Pas
Charles Alfred Terhune, Jr.
Daniel Barret Thatcher
Fred Howell Thornton
Charles Wilson Troup
Kenneth Matthew Uznanski
Richard George Van Dellen
Harold Rapier Wakefield
William Strickland Weir
Earl Frederick Wen del, Jr.
Robert Manley Wendel
Martin Gay White
Palmer Higbie White
David Porter Winchester
Gerald Winkler
Gilbert Won
James Wallace Wood



BACHELOR OF

Charles Meredith Abernathy,
David Byrne Apfelberg
James Albert Aukers
Stanley Zissman Berman
Richard Lester Bettenhausen
William Paul Carney
Charles Anthony Cavallo
Steven George Cooperman

*With Distinction



SCIENCE IN MEDICINE

Jr. Joel Lawrence Cristol

Martin Lawrence Goldman
Harvey Martin Goldstein
Richard Curtis Hein
H. Richard Hinrichs
Earle T. Howard
William Bowman lams
Edward Stanley Kapustka



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ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH COMMENCEMENT



Michael Allen Kass
W. Bruce Ketel
Dana G. Maciunas
Alan Thomas Marty
James Richard Mattson
J. Randall Miller
Mark William Nielsen
Ronald Charles Ochsner
Thomas Robert Powers
Mary Ann Rosanova
Jack Eli Rosenberg



Richard Joseph Ruda
Michael Newton Schreiber
Donald Evens Schwarten
Gary Melvin Silver
Gerald R. Smith
Gary Richard Snyder
Charles David Turek
John Charles Van Stone
Michael Stuart Wald
Joseph Thomas Zerella



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING



Susan Adams

Nancy Beth Allen

Veryl Lois Johnson Barry

Elouise Albie Christo

Kathleen Eleanor Eldred

Gail Findley

Janice Ethel Geschwind

Margaret Louise Gring

Louana Ruth Bezpalec Hall

Jane Ann Heerema

Judith Darlene Herd

Janice Fern Jack

Emily McAndrew Koenig

Gretchen Mary Kolb

Linda Heidi Leatherman



Joan Marie LeSage
Kay Litherland
Elaine Rosene Martz
Mary Ann Mentzer
Audry M. Perkins Minshew
Mary Charlotte Morgan
Marian Woessner Myers
Susan Jane Grodland Peaster
Carol Aline Rackham
Eleanor Belle Schlueter
Lorraine Mae Schon
Marilyn Ann Wagner
Patricia Jordan Wise
Noel Winslow Wyatt



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY
Nancy Lynn Oswalt Barbara Ann Potsic



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

Aloha Irma Bado
Flora Ann Manfredi
Carol Jane Page



IN PHYSICAL THERAPY

Sandra Lee Sebby
Myrna Louise Turner



THE SCHOOL OF LAW

Candidates Presented by dean john Ritchie



MASTER OF LAWS
Kwaku Baah, Diploma in Law, Ghana School of Law, 1962.

Katarika Hildegarde Erika Burkle, Referendarexamen, Bonn University, 1958; As-

sessarexamen, 1962.
Richard Varion Burnes, LL.B., Tulane University School of Law, 1962.
Bernard James Davies, LL.B., University College of Wales, 1962.
Michael DeFeo, LL.B., University of Kansas City School of Law, 1962.
Scott Hodes, LL.B., University of Michigan Law School, 1959.

Dinesh Chandra Pande, LL.B., University of Allahabad, 1952; LL.M., Lucknow Uni-
versity, 1957.

Antonio Viola Viray, Bachelor of Laws, University of Sto. Tomas, Madrid, 1961.
Erich Wetzer, Absolutorium, University of Vienna, 1962.



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JURIS

James Ralph Adams
Richard Anthony Adamy
John Ben Alward
George Paul Annes
Robert Joseph Beranek
William Arthur Bomp
Judith Gail Borg
George Brode, Jr.
Malcolm William Burnett, Jr.
Gerald Martin Caplan
Barbara Gariepy Caruso
John Bernard Cashion
Wayne Irvin Chertow
Burton David Cohen
Richard Hoke Compere
John David Cummins
Thomas Day Decker
William Alan Domm
Joseph Michael Fitzsimmons, Jr.
Joel Martin Flaum
Raymond Michael Frey
William Walter Geimer
Edward Leslie Gerch
James Peter Gianukos
Arnold David Goldstein
Bruce Jay Goodhart
Joan Katherine Graham
James Ryan Green
Otis Harold Halleen
James Joseph Harrington
John Fackler Herrick
Mary Jean Taylor Herrick
George Ardna Hodges
Robert Barry Hoffman
Lester Arthur Jensen
Alan R. Johnson
Lael Frederic Johnson



DOCTOR

Rochelle Liebling Kahan
Michael Joseph Kaplan
Rex Kellough
John Kent
Paul Milo King
Charles Herbert Koehler, Jr.
Philip Michael Kolehmainen
Sol David Koppel
Robert Rhodes Lanham
Duncan Jay Lanura
Harvey Irvin Lapin
Allan G. Levine
Walter Bingham MacDonald
O. Gene Maddox
John M. Mahota
Frederick Manaster
James Lee Marovitz
Michael Lambert McDermott
Roger Kent Metz
Ronald Arthur Nolle
Donald Joseph O'Brien, Jr.
David Theodore Onixt
William H. Oswald
Donald Bondo Pedersen
Paul Dominic Perona, Jr.
Henry Anthony Pictor
George Pitt

Charles William Pollard, Jr.
Alan Norton Prince
Robert Leonard Rabin
Eric Russell Roper
Phillip Jay Rotche
Robert Bruce Serhant
Paul Gorman Slavens
Andrew Roy Spencer
Marc Stickgold
Joel Richard Strote



BACHELOR OF LAWS
Carolyn Jafle Andrew James Donald Pinkerton

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN LAW
David Boies, II Samuel David Dickman



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THE SCHOOL OF SPEECH
Candidates Presented by dean james h. mc burney



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SPEECH



Denis Charles Adam

Mary Jane Aldridge

Susan Jane Anderson

Marilyn Joan Anthony

Nancy Marie Auld

Barbara Helen Baker

Brent Baker

Kate Winn Barnhart

Richard Charles Bartelt

Bea Anita Bash

James Webb Baugh

Ruth Josephine Berkoff

Conrad Joy Bishop

Mary Marsha Blomquist

Luella Jane Bogardus

Nancy Lou Bowman

Nancy Kay Boyd

Roma Linder Bradley

Joan Prescott Brain

John Henderson Buck, Jr.

Zel Canter

Karen Marie Cheli

Ann Davenport Churchill

Carmeline Marie Colombo

Sherald Hunter Congdon

Patricia Jane Conway

Charlotte S. Cooperman

Susan Curley

Joyce Ann DeGroot

Joann Demas

Edward Anthony Dennis

Heidi Marie Deucher

Elizabeth Boswell Fisher Dodds

Kay Louise Domhoff

John Charles Doolittle

Jeffrey Franklin Engler

Olga Wilhelmina Felgemacher

Kenneth Frankel

Susan Lee Freed

Robert Gibson French, Jr.

Carl Lionel Friberg

Natalie Antler Garland

William Thomas Garrison, Jr.

Elizabeth Eileen Gebhardt

Gay Ella Gelb

Julie Ann George

Stephen Paul Giddan

Ginger Ruth Golden

Ruth Michele Gordon

Anita Fay Klein Gutkin

Gilbert Archer Haggart

Caryl Jean Hanna

Corrine Rae Hartman

Joy Hawkins



Josephine Hayes
Jill Henner
Donald Gordon Hohl
Carolyn Gillet Hoke
Lyda Vici Hood
Mary Ann Hotop
Robert Landers Hoyt
Virginia Dency Huntoon
Richard Bruce Hyde
Mary Dee Isador
Barbara Nan Izzett
Vance Jefferis
Dennis Scott Johnson
Susan Lynn Johnson
Suzanne Adele Johnson
Sandra Lee Jordan
Scott Lewis Kennedy
Mary Jo Krueck
John Krumm
Jeanne Kurtzon
Barbara Helen Kurucz
Shelton Blake Leach II
Muriel Gene Kramer Levin
Katherine Belle Lindfelt
Elaine Winkelman Loschert
Jean Meredith Mair
Gloria Marshall
Mary Louise May
Sandra Gail McChesney
Heather Jeanette McDonald
Patrick Murray McGuire
Joanne Elizabeth McNeely
Robert Theodore Melzer
Joseph Francis Miklojcik, Jr.
Susan Phillips Miller
Betty Jesse Moore
Marilyn Patricia Moore
Joseph Anthony Moticik
Barbara Lynne Nichols
Karen Gertrude Nielsen
Barbara Rose Oberg
Lynn Osheroff
William Thomas Page
Andrew Pansic, Jr.
Martha Darlene Parrish
Dell Frazier Pendergrast
Julianne Covey Perlt
Joyce Anne Peters
Sandra Leah Peterson
Virginia Lee Peterson
Myrna Adrienne Plarm
Jonathon Bennett Posey
Mark Harold Price
Margaret Alice Rawlings



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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY



Josephine Joan Redding

Dede Frances Reid

Robert Harry Roviti

Andrea Rose Rubin

Albert Stephen Schlachtmeyer, Jr.

Carol Ann Schneider

Judith Ann Schueneman

Suzanne Sessions

Nancy Louise Sherbondy

Carole Lynn ShirrefFs

Christopher Brian Smith

Joella Felicie Smith

William Stephen Smith

Martha Loleta Reynolds Sorensen

David Melville Spaid

Helene Claire Ruecking Sroat

Cynthia Lee Stiles

Edwin Greenwood Stimpson, Jr.



Judith Lynn Stofer
Elizabeth Dennison Stone
Cody Diane Sweet
Phillip Joseph Tavonatti
Helen Jane Templeton
Lynne Alice Townsend
Val Francis Trinen
Richard Kent Van Der Karr
Martha Van Peenan
Stephen Frederick Veenker
Dennis Jason Vinley
Leor Curtiss Warner II
Grace Elizabeth Westlake
Nancy Beclee Newcomer Wilson
Howard Stearns Young
Lucinda Louise Young
Betty Suzanne Zitko



THE SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY

Candidates Presented by dean george w. teuscher



DOCTOR OF DENTAL SURGERY



Larry George Bamesberger
Robert E. Beck
George Shigeki Befu
Donald Raymond Berg
Stanley Paul Blair
George Boyks
Eugene Choy
Owen Gerald Davis
Wesley Kazuki Dobashi
Norton Lewis Donner
Jere Adler Erickson
Simon Gamer
Robert Edward Garfield
John R. Gassman
Torstein Johannes Gjestrud
Roger Alan Green
Philip Randall Greenleaf
Robert Eugene Griffin
John Nathan Groper
David Ellsworth Harlan
Edwin Chandler Harrison
James Kiyoshi Hayakawa
Niles Walter Herrod
John Crafford Holman III
Daniel Hains Jacobs



Richard Warren Janson
Miroslau Kolenskyj
Harold Joe Koppel
Fidel M. Ling
Abelardo Lopez
Bert G. Louscher, Jr.
Clarence Kwon Hou Lum
George Makepeace
Douglas Riley Marberger
Thomas Allen Marquardt
William Nicol McGilchrist
Jay M. Richardson
Howard Wayne Rinker
Robert L. Roylance
Charles Martin Schoenfeld
Saul J. Schweber
Bernard Serbin
Joel Barry Sykes
Kenneth Alonzo Turner
Kenneth Herbert Walter
Richard Kieth Walter
Raymond Francis Young, Jr.
Sidney H. Zusman
Larry Nelson Zimmerman



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THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Candidates Presented by dean george howerton



DOCTOR OF MUSIC

With Titles of Compositions and Projects

Harold Gene Bauer, B.A., Peabody College, 1959; M.M., Northwestern University,
1960. Composition. Four Sketches for Flute and Piano; Quartet for Oboe,
Clarinet, Violin, Cello; Song for Baritone and Woodwinds (Cummings); Two
Songs for Soprano and String Trio (Cummings); Four Pieces for Piano; Lazarus,
an opera in one act (Libretto by Jack Anderson).

Ann Drake Bowen, B.M., Oberlin College, 1942; M.A., Columbia University, 1952.
Performance. Problems in Performance of French Clavecin Music of the XVIIth
and XVIIIth Centuries; Literary and Personal Allusions Reflected in the Piano
Cycles and Critical Writings of Robert Schumann; Stylistic Differences— A Com-
parison of Hindemith's Ludus Tonalis and Selected Works from Shostakovitich's
24 Preludes and Fugues, Opus 87.

Joyce Alene Gault, B.A., Iowa State Teachers College, 1950; M.M., Northwestern
University, 1952. Performance. The Keyboard Style of Debussy and Ravel. The
Chopin Etudes. The Keyboard Sonatas of Sons of J. S. Bach.

Robert Clair Rayfield, B.M., American Conservatory of Music, 1948; M.M., Ameri-
can Conservatory of Music, 1951. A Survey of Altematim Settings for Organ of
the Mass Cunctipotens Genitor Deus from the Middle Ages to the Baroque. A
Formal Analysis of the Solo Organ Works of Leo Sowerby to 1960. The Ger-
manic Organ Fugue in the Romantic Era.

Dwight Eugene Weldy, B.S.E., Goshen College, 1940; M.M., Northwestern University,
1950. Performance. Robert Franz, His Life and Songs; Musical Treatment of
the Role of the Evangelist to the End of the Eighteenth Century; Extended
Works for Solo Voice and Piano or Chamber Ensemble by Twentieth Century
British Composers.



MASTER OF MUSIC

Mary Louise Almjeld, B.A., Mankato State College, 1962.

Barbara Ann Blakeman, B.A., University of Minnesota, 1961.

Charles Henry Bomgardner, B.M., Northwestern University, 1949.

Elke Bruno, Eq. of Bach., Hochschule fiir Musik, Berlin (Germany), 1961.

Kenneth Robert Burnett, Mus. B., Oberlin College, 1960.

Dorothy Helene Buzak, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1962.

Janice Lee Camp, B.S. (Mus. Ed.), University of Illinois, 1959.

Roger Erwin Davis, Mus. B., Oberlin College, 1962.

Richard Wheeler Ditewig, B.M., Lewis and Clark College, 1962.

Michael Leonard Dreves, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1962.

Donald Robert Ecker, B.M., North Central College, 1961.

Donald Edward Ehrensperger, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1962.

Barry Lee Ekman, B.M.E., Chicago Conservatory College, 1962.

Henry Emanuel Fellin, Jr., B.S., Southwest Missouri State College, 1962.

Merrill Robert Harlan, B.M., Arizona State University, 1962.

Mary Stewart Hawks, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1962.

Wilma Leone Heitman, A.B., Carthage College, 1951.

Leon Leonard Hicks, B.M., Northwestern University, 1962.

Janice Elaine Johnson, B.M.E., Cornell College, 1956.

Ruth Kathryn Johnson, B.A., St. Olaf College, 1961.

Ruth Irene Josephson, B.M., Wheaton College, 1961.

Katherine Rose Karnel, B.F.A., University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee), 1962.
Keum Sun Kim, B.M., Ewha Womans University (Korea), 1950.



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Elizabeth Ann Kirkpatrick, B.M., University of the Pacific, 1962.

Cornelia Mace Kline, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1962.

Jeannette Boston Krecek, B.M., Northwestern University, 1962.

James Miner Leland, Mus. B., Oberlin College, 1962.

Charles Richard Lewis, Jr., B.M., Michigan State University, 1960.

San-San Lie, Eq. of Bach., Academy of Music, Amsterdam (Holland), 1951.

Donald William Looser, B.M.E., B.M., Baylor University, 1962.

Leilani Kathryn Lutes, B.M., University of Redlands, 1961.

James Chester Mattern, B.M., Lawrence College, 1960.

Margaret Ellen McElwain, B.M., DePauw University, 1960.

Eloise Dearborn Merrill, B.A., University of California (Santa Barbara), 1962.

Ruth Ann Harr Miller, A.B., William Jewell College, 1957.

Carolyn Virginia Needels, B.M.E., Central Missouri State College, 1958.

Shirley Carolyn Piper, B.S. in Ed., Southwest Missouri State College, 1962.

Winona Kay Powell, B.A. in Ed., University of Kansas City, 1957; M.A., George

Peabody College for Teachers, 1958.
Sister Maranatha Renner, O.S.B., B.A., College of St. Benedict, 1958.
Edna Jaracz Rossow, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1960.

William S. Rubenstein, B.M., Eastman School of Music of the University of Roch-
ester, 1962.

Elizabeth Karen Sather, Mus. B., Oberlin College, 1962.

Stephen William Schultz, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1962.

John Joseph Scott, B.M., St. Louis Institute of Music, 1961.

Calvert Davies Shenk, B.M., Northwestern University, 1962.

Michael Ford Sherrin, B.M., Northwestern University, 1962.

Frederick Bennett Shulze, B.M., Wheaton College, 1957.

Larry Joe Stewart, B.S. in Ed., Ball State Teachers College, 1962.

Thomas David Thompson, B.M.E., American Conservatory of Music, 1962.

Lois Ann Trester, B.M.E., American Conservatory of Music, 1946.

Bea Mary Van Demark, B.A., The College of St. Catherine, 1959.

Dolores Cadwallader Wiedermann, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1954.

William Sidney Woodruff, B.M., North Texas State University, 1956.

Henrietta Elizabeth Yancy, B.A., Fisk University, 1961.



BACHELOR OF MUSIC



Joanne Arlene Lindstrom
Patricia Diane Pettit



Susan Rae Anderson
Robert Martin Bright



Frederick David Erickson
James Alexander Crush



Nancy Ruth Hoffman
Paul Evan Kiesgen



Mary Alice Lott Pulfer
Robert Alan Sanov
Michael Joseph Sellers
Sally Ann Sheirer
Jo Ann Gennock Shrawder
Charlene Whitney Tirro
Mary Hunter Tower
Barbara Ann Wirth



BACHELOR OF MUSIC EDUCATION



Monte Dean Bowker
Richard George Carlson
Patricia Diane Cent
Virginia Ann Cruikshank
Marilyn Rose Dudek
Carolyn Montgomery Edwards
Joan Kathryn Edwards
Carol Elizabeth Froehlich
Lyla Lea Gibson
Carole Sue Gomberg



Mary Lou Hathaway
Peter Roger Herr
Edward Allan ImhofE
June Carol Jacobs
Susan Jane Johnson
Evalyn Judith Kaplan
Grant Duane McDowell
Linda Kay Parker
Judith Faye Pickard
Michael Burr Price



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Carol Jean Richards
Stephen Bateman Ritchie
Sally B. Ritter



Carolyn Lou Traugott
Amy Joyce Utting
Judith Bouzek Vasek
William Ringwalt Warner



Judith Elaine Siegel
Patricia Ann Terone



THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS



Candidates Presented by dean richard donham



MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



Ahmed Wafik Mohamed Abd El-Salam, B. Com., Ein Shams University (Egypt),



Theodore Otto Alcaide, B.A., Amherst College, 1958.

Norman Stephen Anderson, B.A., Valparaiso University, 1957.

Stanley Ira Arenberg, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1954.

Earl Arnold, B.B.A., University of Wisconsin, 1962.

Darl Edwin Ault, B.A., Bowling Green State University, 1953.

John Ernest Bado, B.S.C.E., University of Illinois, 1960.

Roger Leighton Beck, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1962.

Fred Morton Belcove, B.S.Ch.E., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1949.

Meyer William Belovicz, B.S.I.E., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1961.

John Francis Bloomer, B.S.C.E., Northwestern University, 1957.

John Bernard Borsch, Jr., B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1960.

Laurence William Britt, B.S.B.A., Drexel Institute of Technology, 1962.

Anthony Keene Brooks, A.B., Occidental College, 1957.

Charles Rodger Brown, B.B.A., University of Notre Dame, 1962.

Kenneth Russell Brown, B.A., Wesleyan University, 1961.

Willard Barrett Brown, Jr., A.B., Columbia University, 1949.

Thomas Walter Bruett, B.S.B.A., Marquette University, 1962.

William Hugh Buckman, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1951.

Robert Felton Butler, Jr., B.S.Ch.E., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1960.

Morton D. Cahn, Jr., B.A., Yale University, 1949.

Herschel Lee Cain, Jr., B.S.C., Texas Christian University, 1962.

Thomas Henry Carlisle, B.A., Kenyon College, 1961.

David Everett Carr, B.A., Denison University, 1950.

Richard Corydon Carr, B.A., Yale University, 1961.

Robert Anthony Cech, B.S.M.E., Northwestern University, 1952.

Darwin Max Clausen, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1958.

Jack Condon, A.B., Wheaton College, 1950.

Alan Cleland Conley, A.B., Wheaton College, 1949.

William Bland Council, B.S.B.A., University of Nebraska, 1962.

Byron Eugene Coon, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1960.

Jeremy William Coon, B.A., Yale University, 1958.

David Mervin Cowan, B.S.M.E., Case Institute of Technology, 1948.

James L. Davidson III, A.B., Wabash College, 1961.

William Stephen Dee, B.B.A., University of Notre Dame, 1962.

John Edward Delaney, B.S.M.E., Northeastern University, 1961.

Robert Currie Dempsey, B.Com., University of British Columbia, 1962.

Robert Chester Dittus, B.S.I.E., Iowa State University, 1958.

Richard Loren Doege, B.A., Northwestern University, 1961.

Leslie Raymond Dolejs, B.S., University of Illinois, 1956.

Sheldon Israel Dorenfest, B.S., University of Illinois, 1956.

Constantine Louis Doukas, B.S.E.E., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1961.



1958.



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Hussein Hassan Elsaid, B.Com., Cairo University (Egypt), 1959.
Ahmed M. Elsaid Elshormilisy, B.Com., Cairo University (Egypt), 1959.
David Walter Eyre, B.S.Ch.E., Iowa State University, 1961.
Thomas Edward Feiman, B.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1962.
Harold Lester Fike, B.S., University of Toledo, 1950.
Matthew Donald Foran, B.A., University of Oklahoma, 1948.
William Charles Frentz, B.S., University of Illinois, 1957.

George Whittaker Fry, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1950; M.S., University of Wis-
consin, 1952.

William Charles Garriock, B.Com., University of British Columbia, 1961.
James Allen Gerard, B.S.C.E., Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy, 1954.
Donald Benson Greenwood, B.A., Brigham Young University, 1962.
George William Greenwood, B.S., University of Illinois, 1939; M.A., New York Uni-
versity, 1940.

Edward Charles Gross, B.S.B.A., Marquette University, 1950.

Garrick Axel Gustafson, B.S.M.E., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1961.

James Allan Hagan, B.S.B..4., Northwestern University, 1962.

Joseph Wayne Hamman, B.S., Iowa State University, 1951.

Charles Alva Hampton, B.A.B.A., Lake Forest College, 1958.

Stuart Bennett Handler, A.B., University of Michigan, 1961.

George Farren Haney, Jr., B.S., Pennsylvania State University, 1962.

William Jude Hank, B.S.C., University of Notre Dame, 1954.

Hermann Karl Hannemann, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1962.

Dan Aldrich Hardt, B.S.Ch.E., Northwestern University, 1958.

John Mark Harran, B.A., St. Lawrence University, 1961.

Michael Peter Harrington, B.S.C., Loyola University, 1959.

Stephen Armann Heater, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1962.

Charles Zane Hoffing, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1957.

James Parker Holmes, B.S.B.A., Marquette Unviersity, 1962.

Howard Charles Homeyer, B.S.I.E., Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas,
1955.

Ronald William Hoppel, B.S., Iowa State University, 1961.
Jon Noble Huntzicker, B.A., DePauw University, 1961.
Frank Wolt Hunyady, B.S.M.E., University of Illinois, 1959.
Boynton Hussey, A.B., Dartmouth College, 1958.
Reuben Charles Johnsen, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1959.
James Wilson Johnson, B.S.E.E., Purdue University, 1947.
Walter Thomas Jones, B.B.A., University of Notre Dame, 1961.
Thomas Patrick Joyce, B.B.A., University of Minnesota, 1954.
Gerald Lee Kamansky, B.S.M.E., Stanford University, 1961.
Joseph John Kater, Jr., B.S., University of Illinois, 1958.
Ralph Gerald Kauffman, B.S.E.E., Lehigh University, 1961.
Harold John Kelley, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1957.
Timothy Michael Kelly, B.S., Bradley University, 1961.
James Henry Keyes, B.S.B.A., Marquette University, 1962.
Glenn Arthur Killoren, B.S., University of Illinois, 1957.
James Edward Kilponen, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1962.
John Everett Kinsey, A.B., Wabash College, 1957; B.S.Ch.E., Northwestern Uni-
versity, 1959.

Arnold Howard Klugman, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1957.

Roger Davis Knight III, B.S., University of Colorado, 1962.

Neal Erwin Kottke, B.S., University of Illinois, 1962.

Donald Raymond Kreutzinger, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1952.

James Vaclav Kriz, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1959.

Herbert Walter Kuehnle, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1957.

George Joseph Kunzmann, B.S.C., Loyola University, 1954.

Roger Paul Kuppinger, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1962.

John David Laeramer, B.A., Northwestern University, 1961.

Theodore Robert Landgraf, B.S., Northwestern University, 1954.

Floyd Lankford III, B.S.C., University of Virginia, 1961.

Barry Craig Larson, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1962.

Harry Fessler Lavo, A.B., Oberlin College, 1961.



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ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH COMMENCEMENT



John August Lawrisuk, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1960.
Robert Dennis Lewis, B.S.C., Washington and Lee University, 1962.
Thomas Edmund Litzow, B.A., Northwestern University, 1961.
Charles Leo Lockwood, B.A., St. Lawrence University, 1959.
Donald Dwain Longley, B.S.E.E., Columbia University, 1948.
Martin H. Lundquist, B.S.M.E., Northwestern University, 1961.
Thomas Michael Mack, B.B.A., University of Notre Dame, 1962.
Allan Leroy Mager, B.S.Met.E., Case Institute of Technology, 1961.
Edward Stephen Manka, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1958.
William James Martin, B.S., University of Kansas, 1956.
Dale Frank Maycen, B.S.B.A., University of Tulsa, 1962.
Charles Warren McConnell, B.A., DePauw University, 1961.
JuIieAnn F. McGrath, B.S. Loyola University, 1957.
Michael John Mercurio, B.S.M.E., University of Notre Dame, 1961.
Robert Brooks Meyer, B.A., Northwestern University, 1961.
Stephens Fillmore Millard, B.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1955.
Joseph Calder Miller, B.A., Wesleyan University, 1961.
Thomas Edward Miller, B.B.A., University of Notre Dame, 1962.
George Patterson Milne, B.S.B.A., University of Denver, 1957.
Lloyd Barry Morgan, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1962.
Jerry Keith Myers, B.A., Michigan State University, 1962.
Jerry Hunter Nissen, B.S.B.A., University of Nebraska, 1957.
Alan Victor Nordhem, B.A., Luther College, 1961.
Lawrence Novak, B.S., University of Illinois, 1949.
William Walter Oelman, A.B., Princeton University, 1959.
James Joseph O'Sullivan, Jr., B.A., University of Notre Dame, 1957.
Kenneth John Palmer, B.S., University of Illinois, 1958.
Wayne Evans Parsons, B.A., Michigan State University, 1962.
Albert Washington Pearsall III, B.A., Northwestern University, 1957.
Ralph Sigward Perers, B.S., University of Illinois, 1954.
William Robert Perkins III, B.A., Amherst College, 1961.

Oren Taft Pollock, B.A., Williams College, 1949; A.M., Princeton University, 1951.

Jon Carter Poppen, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1960.

Charles William Pratt, Jr., B.S.B.A., Miami University, 1962.

David Preston, A.B., Cornell University, 1955.

Manny I. Price, B.S.E.E., University of Illinois, 1961.

Paul Ingham Puddington, B.S., University of Massachusetts, 1954.

Kenneth Alan Rash, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1954.

Richard Lewis Redmont, Jr., A.B., Brown University, 1961.

Jack Purnell Reiners, A.B., Knox College, 1956.

John Findley Reno, A.B., Dartmouth College, 1961.

George Adelbert Richardson, B.A., Northwestern University, 1959.

George FitzGerald Riordan, B.A., University of Notre Dame, 1955.

Lamont Boyd Ririe, B.S., Brigham Young University, 1960.

Gary Aron Rosenberg, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1962.

Albert David Rossin, B.Eng^.Phy., Cornell University, 1954; S.M.Nuclr.Engr., Massa-
chusetts Institute of Technology, 1955.
Kenneth Allan Sablik, B.S.E.E., Northwestern University, 1961.
Marvin Wallace Schenk, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1960.
Keith Allen Schmidt, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1957.

Harold Casper Scholle, B.S., Northern Illinois University, 1948; M.A., State College

of Washington, 1951.
Jerome James Sheahan, B.S.C., Loyola University, 1955.
Gilbert Lawrence Shelton, B.S., Yale University, 1960.
John Ewart Simpkinson, B.A., St. Lawrence University, 1960.
David Lee Smith, B.S., Northern Illinois University, 1961.
Thaddeus Jan Sobota, B.S., University of Illinois, 1952.
Scott Frederic Sternfield, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1962.
Thomas Roy Sugars, B.B.A., Southern Methodist University, 1962.
Thomas Arthur Swearingen, B.A., Marquette University, 1961.
David Hale Talbot, A.B., Brown University, 1959.
Edwin Richard Thiele, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1957.



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Lee Henry Thurber, B.A., Willamette University, 1961.

A. Lee Thurow, B.S., Indiana University, 1954.

John Charles Vaughan, A.B., Cornell University, 1956.

Edward Gary Victor, B.S., University of Illinois, 1962.

Richard Kent Wagner, B.B.A., Southern Methodist University, 1962.

Thomas Mervin Walkley, A.B., Duke University, 1958.

Thomas Pender Walsh, B.B.A., University of Notre Dame, 1962.

Myron Clyde Warshauer, B.S., University of Illinois, 1962.

William Gray Walters, B.S.Ch.E., Northwestern University, 1954.

George Michael Weber, Jr., B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1959.

Seymour Weinberg, B.B.A., College of the City of New York, 1945.

Edward William Weiss, Jr., B.S.C., Loyola University, 1952.

Robert John Wentland, B.S.Ch.E., Indiana Technical College, 1943; B.S.Ch.E., Illi-
nois Institute of Technology, 1948.
Frederick Charles Werno, Jr., B.S., University of Illinois, 1954.
Michael Byrne Westberg, B.S.C., Loyola University, 1958.
Hugh Robinson Wiley, B.S.E.Me., Purdue University, 1954.
Alfred Cannon Woodcock, B.A., Yale University, 1960.

Phillip Rindlaub Wooledge, B.S.B.A., University of Southern California, 1935.
Richard Thomas Zeek, B.S., Bradley University, 1952.



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN

Donald Philip Abbinanti
George Hixon Alexander, Jr.
Gary Kent Anderson
Michael William Anderson
John William Avard
Franklin Ernest Ayres
Robert Henry Barbour
John Franklin Bard
Karl Theodore Barthelmess, Jr.
Joseph William Beard
George Walter Bechthold
Phillip Jackson Bell
Richard Allyn Bell
James Clark Bender
David Frank Benko
Edward Wolf Bergmann
James Osie Berry
John Henry Blixen
Robert Harry Bloch
Ernest Richard Blondis, Jr.
John Lynn Bock
Kenneth Francis Bonny
James Edwards Bray
Landon Jay Brazier
Willard Don Brittin, Jr.
Mark York Brown
Barry Alan Brune
John Arthur Bunge
Robert Bums Callaghan
Lee Roy Carpenter
Paul David Carrier
William Wesley Carter, Jr.
Steven Marshall Cobin
Martin David Cohen
Sidney Henry Cohen
John Thomas Conley



BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

John Robert Dawson
Terry Edward Dirks
Linda Ennis
Richard Louis Eppinga
Robert Stanley Epstein
Willard John Evans
Rudolph Emerson Farber
Joel Howard Fenchel
Gerald Lee Fishman
Edwin Cutting Gage, III
Maribelle Gannon
James Anthony Gary
James Edward Gordon
Gilbert Louis Grom
Margaret June Habicht
Katherine Karol Hahn
Roger Clay Hampsmire
Frank Kenneth Heap
Bruce Edward Hebert
Charles Robert Heyn
James Arthur Highland
Gary Weston Hobart
Gary Norbert Houdek
William Edward Hull
Carolyn Jacobson
Karen Marguerite Johnson
Morton Wilce Johnson
Dixon Robert Johnston
Jerome Martin Jurs
Kenneth Jay Kaplan
David Lee Klott
Adam Lawrence Kreps
Erich Cosby Kuntze
James Francis Leahy
John Beryle Longman
Roy William Lundberg



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ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH COMMENCEMENT



Richard Joseph Lutz, Jr.
Steven Stanton Marquardt
Bruce William Matson
Robert Charles Meeske
Oren Bernard Meyer
Russell Martin Moore
James Jeffrey Morris, Jr.
Ronald David Morrison
William Finch Moseley
Paul Winn Murgatroyd
David Elwood Neelon
Michael Charles Newbury
Laurance Robert Newman
James William Norris
Arthur Obermeier
Daniel Clyde Gefinger
John Thomas Osborne
Frank Martin Paris
David Strong Patterson
Bruce Wagner Payne
Kirby Floyd Pehoski
Middleton Lee Perry
Ira Daniel Petcher
Fred Lee Phillips
Jeffrey Louis Pope
Franklin George Pyrsson
Allen Earle Raphael
Walter Mougey Rearick
Lawrence Sherwin Revsine
Charles Herbert Rich, Jr.
Michael Barry Rogoff



Chet Rondinella

Michael D. Root

Robert Lee Rosbe, Jr.

Jane Rueger

Paul William Schade

Thomas Gerald Schadt

John Michael Sevcik

John Henry Kelly Shannahan, Jr.

Allan Gregory Shaw

Michael Samuel Sideman

Alan Joel Silverman

Judith Newmark Silverman

Allen Jerome Simon

Ronald Robert Skadow

Mitchell Lee Slotnick

James Lawrence Spalding

Arthur De Forrest Steele, Jr.

David Paul Tessmer

Raymond Morgan Thomas

Terry Douglas Uddenberg

Gilbert Rolph Valentine

Constantine Varelas

Norman Edward Walack

Ronald Ray Welpott

Bruce Lee Whisnant

Jeffrey Lawrence Wien

Kenneth Allen Winge

John Zambreno

Pasquale Anthony Zambreno

Sherwin Stanley Zeitlin

Kent Topping Zimmerman



BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



Kenneth Dale Abrahamson
Chester Frank Andreasik
Nicholas John Balaguras
John Richard Becker
Albert Carl Berman
Raymond Earl Boge
Gilbert Arthur Borke
Merwyn Stuart Brasnick
Boyd Noel Briscoe
Richard Thomas Burns
Robert Alan Carlson
Thomas Dennis Carroll
Sigrid Ortman Cascio
James David Christy
Donald Francis Cronin
Eugene Joseph Dombrowski
Richard John Dombrowski
William Benedict Domuray, Jr.
Duane Dee Dritlein
John Joseph Egan
Vernon John Fischer
Lester Scott Graves
Raymond Hansen
David Leo Harrison
Harry Porter Hartsock
Dave Thomas Hendrix



John Grant Herrick
Robert Garrett Hess
Robert Louis Hudson
Richard Hale Huson
Theodore John Izak
Vanta Bemicc Janulis
Berten Thorwald Johnson III
Edward Joseph Juby
Arthur Simon Kahn, Jr.
John Joseph Kaspryk
Helen Leona Kielbasa
Frank Adam Kolek
Donald George Korta
Ralph Michael Kulesza
Alan Budworth Lange
John Joseph Leonard
John Joseph Lorenz
Del Loseau

Douglas Stuart MacLeish
Harold Elwin Madsen
Ralph John Martin
Leo Anthony Meehan
Frederick Arthur Murschel
Leon Edward Niederkorn
Norman Paul Olson
Norman John Pomerleau



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Jackson Lee Rosskamm
James Harris Schneider
Richard Kenneth Selke
Abe Selman



Thaddeus Marion Suszek
Richard Henry Wagner



Carmen Sgarlata



Donald Charles Siebert
Robert William Spencer
Donald Edward Sunter



George Orson Wells
James Michael Wetz
Gerald Axel Wickstrom
William Peter Wilkin
Ronald John Wisniewski
William Francis Wrightson
Satoshi Edward Yamamoto
Andrew Christ Yiannias
John Henry York




MASTER OF SCIENCE IN JOURNALISM



Mary Clare Ames, B.S. in Journalism, Northwestern University, 1962.
Arthur Edward Ansoorian, B.A., Los Angeles State College, 1962.
John Quinton Beauge, B.A., Pennsylvania State University, 1962.
Frederick Winfield Brown, Jr., B.A., Colorado State University, 1961.
Stella Loretta Brueggen, B.S. in Public Health Nursing, Loyola University, Chicago,
1953.

Maria Dolores Carballo, B.A., University of the Philippines, 1960.

Orman Martin Casey, B.A., Colorado State University, 1962.

Susan Elizabeth Clarke, B.A., Oberlin College, 1961.

Mary Ann Damme, B.S. in Journalism, Northwestern University, 1962.

Joseph Edward Duerr, B.A., Bellarmine College, 1961.

Sel Erder, B.A., Arizona State University, 1962.

William Edward Fainglas, B.A., Bethany College, 1961.

Carl Leigh Harris, B.A., Baylor University, 1962.

Robert Henry Hillebrandt, B.S. in Business Administration, Northwestern Uni-
versity, 1961.

Carol Ann Honsa, B.S. in Journalism, Northwestern University, 1962.
William Robert Hunter, B.A., Southern Methodist University, 1962.
Joe Kenley Jones, B.S. in Speech, Northwestern University, 1957.
William Fletcher Kane, B.S. in Journalism, University of Kansas, 1960.
Herbert Julian Katz, B.A., Michigan State University, 1960.
Paul Howard Lockwood, B.S. in Journalism, Northwestern University, 1962.
Jeffrey Edward Lowenthal, B.S. in Journalism, University of Wisconsin, 1961.
Charles Kirtley Mount, B.S. in Journalism, Northwestern University, 1962.
William Paul Neal, Jr., B.A., Bethany College, 1961.

Donald Eugene Orsino, B.S. in Journalism, Northwestern University, 1962.

Robert Hugh Osborn, B.J., University of Missouri, 1962.

Richard Neil Ostling, B.A., University of Michigan, 1962.

John Leslie Patten, B.S. in Journalism, University of Kansas, 1960.

Jeanne Ellen Peterson, B.S. in Journalism, Northwestern University, 1962.

Virginia Frances Sawyer Priest, B.S. in Commerce, University of Kentucky, 1961.

Douglas Rickert Riggs, A.B., Brown University, 1961.

Judith Ann Robertson, B.S. in Journalism, Northwestern University, 1962.

Clifford Gwynne Rowe, B.A., Pacific University, 1958.

Stephen B. Saler, A.B., Cornell University, 1961.

Larry Lee Shores, B.S. in Journalism, Northwestern University, 1962.

Sandra Kay Spatz, B.S., University of Wisconsin, I960.

Martha Linda Stalter, B.S. in Journalism, Northwestern University, 1962.



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Rochelle Lenore Stanfield, B.S. in Journalism, Northwestern University, 1962.
Richard Eugene Steele, B.S. in Journalism, Northwestern University, 1962.
Thomas Oetken Traband, B.S. in Journalism, Northwestern University, 1961.
Bradley John Weinstock, B.S. in Journalism, Northwestern University, 1962.
Jay Brown Wright, B.S. in Journalism, Northwestern University, 1962.



BACHELOR OF SCIEN'

Ann Valerie Adams
Made Marie Ainsworth
William Fordyce Alenson
Barbara Kay Anderson
Patricia Ann Bart
Karen Gail Bjorkman
Beverly Darlene Blazek
Gary Lee Blonston
Joyce May Bolinger
Duane John Braley
Karen Gase Bma
Leo Edward Bryant, Jr.
Alexander Andre Burkholder
Mabel Gay Capouch
Karen Lee Carpenter
Michael Richard Cart
Charles Winston Carter
Kathleen Eleanor Coffman
John Steven Cratty
John Farrell Cullicott
Gary Pearson Cummings
Jeffrey Stephen Davis
George Nicholas Demopoulos
Betsy Sue Dies
Patricia Rose Dragisic
Robert Thomas Eaton
John Franklin Ernst, Jr.
Elaine Beyer Fandell
Todd Emil Fandell
Kenneth Evan Feltman
Linda Kay Grant
Jeanne Louise Gleason
Stephen Henry Greenwald
Susan Gail Hechtman
Jennie Elzadie Hickel
Marcia Elaine Hill



IN JOURNALISM

Janis Lou Hokin
Michael Stephen Hollman
Werner Ernest Keller
James Allen Kuhlman
Igrun Lafleur
Jackie Lee Lawson
Dennis Patrick Leavy
Martha Alice Lindsey
Linda Locke

Richard Stroud Loveland
Robert Keith Martin
Miriam Louise McClure
Maiy Josephine Meyer
Linda Jean Mohr
Robert James Munro
Susan Katherine Nelson
John Andrew Prestbo
Janice Patricia Richter
Michael Dennis Riley
Everett Anderson Roberts, Jr.
Kathleen Simon Ross
Leslie Steven Rothenberg
Fred Joseph Sacksteder
Larry Robert Smith
Robert Dillon Smith
Diana Ruth Swift
Patricia Asby Thompson
Pearl Ann Tillis
Ronnveig Olsen Tjensvold
Adrienne Blanche Vodak
Jill Barbara Vogel
Michael Dennison Vuchnich
Jane Eleanor Wetton
William Curtis Whitbeck
Deborah Grace Whittier
Joseph Howard Zoller



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THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

Candidates Presented by dean eldridge t. mc swain



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION



Sally Ann Armentrout

Rosalind Minor Ashley

Mary Elizabeth Bates

Margaret Stephany Benson

Jill Jaffe Blumenfeld

Patricia Katherine Boersma

Barbara Ann Bowers

Bonnie Jane Bowman

Claudia Deann Brinker

Dale Susan Brown

Larry Hollis Burrows

Joan Santa Campion

Linda Marie Carlson

Judith Ann Castleman

Janice Cherner

Ommye Rice Clapp

Judith Greenburg Coe

Carol Mary Conroy

Katrina Lawyer Cooley

JoRene Marie Crosby

Cirla Joan Hammerman Dalles

Susan Wilkes Davie

Barbara de Haan

Donald Joseph Dickherber

Louise Owsley Dingledy

Judith Mary Duffy

Linda Elaine Edelstein

Adrienne Rae Eisenberg

Marcia Lee Eisenstein

Sheila Joan Erdmann

Jean Correy Evans

Janice May Fairbaim

John Edward Farr

Ann Frances Feddersen

Karen Louise Field

Melinda Safford Fish

Jane Elizabeth Flewellyn

Margot North Foster

Gloria Ann Freedman

Andrea Diane Gale

Lorna Beth Galpin

Mary Georgacopulos

Sally Haines

Jane Barker Hartford

Malcolm Eugene Hill

David Raymond Hirtz

Susan Harriet Hodges

Marianne Harry Hogan

Barbara Ann Hogrefe

Robert Harry Hunt

Pamela Lore lams

Joyce Lieberman Isaacson

Lorna Beverley Jackson

Iris Nancy Johns



Sandra June Johnston

Barbara Ilene Kaplan

Judith Renee Karp

Kenneth Leo Kartz

Kathleen Gail Keller

Linda Sue Kenoe

Frederick Jordan Kepler

Michele Renee Krauss

Janet Kay Kronen

Marilyn Louise Kuznicki

Gail Ruth Kveton

Judith Kay Lamphere

Marilyn Ruth Larson

Karen Lynn Lasker

Jill Elaine Lower

Kenneth Robert Lutgens

Hannah Linda Lyons

Richard Joseph Walter Machalski

Judith Manier

Jack James Maniglia

Alfred Dean Marley

Judith Ann McAdams

Rose Arlene Michael

Mary Ann Milecki

John C. Miller

Nancy Elizabeth Moore

Elaine Joy Moses

Carole Jean Napoli

Nancy Adair Nash

Florence Ann Nelson

Barbara Jeanne Nichols

Cynthia Nowak

Carl John Olson

Patricia Joanne Park

Elaine Barbara Pass

Thalia Ann Pavis

Nancy Minogue Pearson

Carol Welch Perlman

Judith Phillips

Suzanne Birks Phillips

George Carleton Piatt

Marilyn Joyce Poehler

Adelaide Eugenia Poole

Susan Kay Reeves

James Paul Richter

Mary Louise Rinehart

Lynn Dorothy Rodewald

Kathleen Placide Rose

Sharon Louise Rosenholtz

Anita Louise Ross

Renee Lynne Rotstein

Elizabeth Brownlee Sanders

Douglas Lloyd Schaefer

Diane Scheid



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ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH COMMENCEMENT



Ronald Carl Schoenfeld
Stanley Norman Schrager
Virginia Clare Seidler
Judith Horwitz Shulman
Roberta Harris Silberman
Barbara Jean Sims
Isaac Smith III
Jane Madeleine Solon
Jo Anne Jones Sprentall
Susan Arlin Steinbach
Susan Sutherland
Dorothy Reaugh Swallow
Nancy Goff Swan
Martha Jean Switzer
Renee Cecelia Teichner



Cynthia Thacker
Bonnie Heather Thoney
Kenneth Wayne Thorson
Jerome Bryce Toigo
Constance Friedman Tunick
Nancy Warner Vaughan
Robert Joseph Viola
Hilda Ruth von Holwede
Edith Lucinda Fish Waters
Adinah Weiss
Linda Susan Wilde
Sandra Slough Wilson
Mary Jane Wood
Thomas David Wonders
Tena Rochelle Yashon



THE TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE

Candidates Presented by dean harold b. gotaas



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING



Assad Abi Abssy
Robert Edward Bratke
John Cherny Brown
Thomas John Clunie
Michael Grey Griffith
Edwin David Hausmann
Dennis Raymond Johnson
Robert William Korbel
Aldis Liventals
James Richard Love



Daniel Duane Mickelson
Charles George Nevaril
Keith R. Perry
Robert Allen Phillips
Robert Noble Rice
John Phillips Roberson
John Ernest Rumel
Richard Vernon Westerman
Charles Douglas Young



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING



David William Canton
David Allen Dixon
William Robert Green
Helmut John Haas
James Willard Hedges
Victor G. Hofer, Jr.



Harold Edward Howell
Donald Robert Lee
Robert Louis Getting
Robert John Strazer
John C. Widerquist
Harold Edward Zealley



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING



Thomas Bailey Brown
Ward J. Collis
Robert M. Cooney
Eugene M. Cummings
Donald William Drumtra
Michael Francis Elliott
AUois Fredrick Geiersbach
Gerald C. Happ
Paul Hentzel
Gerald D. Hosier



Paul Roy Kalata
Richard H. Kruse
Melvin Stanley Lindberg, Jr.
Edward R. Meyer
Thomas James Rollins
William Mair Russell III
Barry L. Smith
William F. Stasior
Paul H. Wittman



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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN

Robert McLean Aiken
Keith Richard Boyle
Keith L. Crandall
John Albert Dantico
Julian Stanley Eberhardt
Marvin Earl Garrett
Richard Holmes Hamilton
Gilbert Thoreau Howard



INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

Robert Lawrence Kuhn
Kenneth William McMahon
David Perry Phipps
William J. Readdy
Jon O. Sampson
James Milo Utterback
Carl William Vogel
William Henry Werber



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN

Vernon Leslie Bailey, Jr.
Eugene Jonas Beckman
Melbourne George Briscoe
Ignazio James Coniglio
George Bernard Cook
Francis Herbert Dietz, Jr.
Laurence Howard Donchin
Brian Webster Doyle
David Allen Freiwald
Robert Michael Graven
Roger Dennis Jable
Douglas George Janisch



MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

George Chris Michael
James Alexander Morton III
Bernt George Peterson
Thomas M. Runnette, Jr.
Wes Ernest Sanders
Edward Griffin Sheppard, Jr.
Robert Francis Sullivan
Thomas Wayne Tourville
John Walter Van Schoyck
Karl Frederick Wagner, Jr.
Howard Bruce Witt



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN

Carroll Ikerd Ammar
Bonnie Jean Austin
Ronald Arthur Bare
Robert William Bickes, Jr.
James K. Bomzin
Gary Lynn Bostwick
James David Buch
Dietrich Adolf Carter



SCIENCE-ENGINEERING

William Carl Gilmore
Peter T. Guenther
Melvyn Evans Huff
Malcolm H. McLain
John William Rotter
Sherman McKay Shand
William James Steingrandt
Robert Emmanuel Streitmatter



THE GRADUATE SCHOOL

Candidates Presented by dean moody e. prior

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY
With Titles of Dissertations

Nordin Curtis Anderholm, BA., University of Minnesota, 1959. Physics. Magneto-
striction of Non-Ferromagnetic Metals.

Robert Joe Angelici, B.A., St. Olaf College, 1959. Chemistry. A Kinetic Study of
Substitution Reactions of the Manganese Pentacarbonyl Halides.

Robert Lee Arnold, B.A., Knox College, 1959. Chemistry. Nitration of Cycloalkenes
with Acetyl Nitrate.

Russell Brooks Butler Barber, B.A., University of Puget Sound, 1957; M.A., Stanford
University, 1959. Speech. Eurovision as an Expression of International Coopera-
tion in Western Europe.

Walter J. Bartling, B.A., Concordia Seminary, 1945; B.D., 1948; S.T.M., 1949; M.A.,
Washington University, 1961. Classics. Megalopsychia: An Interpretation of
Aristotle's Ethical Ideal.

Mary Ellen Batinich, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1948; M.A., 1958. Education.
Selection of Pupils for and Practices in the IC Readiness Program in the Chi-
cago Public Schools.



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V. Gilbert Beers, A.B., Wheaton College, 1950; M.R.E., 1953; B.D., Northern Baptist

Theological Seminary, 1954; Th.M., 1955. Speech. The Preaching Theory and

Practice of John Henry Jowett.
Edward George Biskis, B.S., Pennsylvania State University, 1957; M.S., Cornell Uni-
versity, 1959. Chemical Engineering. The Effect of Pulsation on the Rate of

Mass Transfer in a Chemically Reacting System.
Stanley Freeman Blount, B.A., Wayne State University, 1952; M.A., 1959. Geography.

A Regional Analysis of the Changes from 1950 to 1961 in Rural Land Use in the

Isabela Irrigation District, Northwestern Puerto Rico.
Richard Alan Brody, A.B., San Francisco State College, 1958; M.A., 1959. Political

Science. Some Systemic Effects of the Spread of Nuclear Weapons Technology:

A Study Through Simulation of a Multi-Nuclear Future.
Robert A. Brusenbach, B.S., Northwestern University, 1950; M.S., 1951. Chemical

Engineering. A Microscopic Analysis of Fluidized-Bed Heat Transfer.
Sarah Frances Patterson Campbell, A.B., Smith College, 1938; M.S., State University

of Iowa, 1939; M.A., Northwestern University, 1958. Psychology. Responses to

Sinusoidal Inputs in a Two Choice Situation.
Robert Dean Carnahan, B.S., Michigan College of Mining and Technology, 1953.

Materials Science. Point Defect Relaxation, Optical Absorption and Dislocation

Damping in Rutile.

Robert Anton Chalmers, A.B., Princeton University, 1952; M.S., Northwestern Uni-
versity, 1957. Physics. Polarization of Protons Elastically Scattered from Deu-
terons.

Yi-chun Chang, B.A., Southeast Missouri State College, 1954; M.A., University of

Wisconsin, 1955. Political Science. The Foreign Policy of Communist China in

the Underdeveloped Areas.
John Peterson Charles, B.A., University of Minnesota, 1949; M.S., Northwestern

University, 1958. Psychology. Acquisition and Generalization of a Secondary

Reinforcer.

Nirendra Chandra Choudhury, B.A., Bengaleasi College (India), 1951; M.A., Uni-
versity of Calcutta, 1953. Anthropology. Acculturation of the munda: A Study
in Differential Change and Caste Formation.

Calvin K. Claus, B.A., Carthage College, 1949; M.S., University of Illinois, 1951. Edu-
cation. Learning as a Function of Reinforcement During Playback of Recorded
Verbal Behavior.

Converse Dilworth Clowse, B.A., University of Vermont, 1951; M.A., 1953. History.

The Charleston Export Trade, 1717-1737.
Barry Emerson Collins, B.S., Northwestern University, 1959; M.A., 1960. Psychology.
An Experimental Study of Satisfaction, Productivity , Turnover and Comparison
Levels.

Joseph Henry Condon, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1958. Physics. The Fermi
Surface of Calcium as Determined by the de Haas-van Alphen Effect.

Herbert Reece Coston, Jr., B.A., University of Florida, 1947; B.D., Garrett Biblical
Institute, 1954; M.A., Northwestern University, 1957. Religion. The World's
Student Christian Federation as an Ecumenical Training Ground.

Richard Garner Cox, A.B., University of North Carolina, 1949; M.A., 1951. Music.
Choral Texture in the Music of Franz Schubert.

Derek French Crawley, B.A., University of Manitoba, 1947; M.A., Oxford University,
1954. English. Character in Relation to Action in the Tragedies of George
Chapman.

Burton Davidson, B.S., Syracuse University, 1958; M.S., 1960. Chemical Engineering.

Kinetics of the Catalytic Oxidation of Sulfur Dioxide.
Donald D. Dirks, B.S., St, Louis University, 1955; M.S., University of Kansas, 1959.

Speech. Factors Related to the Reliability of Bone Conduction.
Paul J. Dovre, B.A., Concordia College, 1958; M.A., Northwestern University, 1959.

Speech. A Study of Nonpartisan League Persuasion, 1915-1920.
Kathleen Drummond, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, 1939; M.S., University

of Illinois, 1940. Education. A Study of Problems Relating to the Employment

of Women 35 Years of Age or Over in Clerical Occupations in Louisville,

Kentucky.

John F. Ely, B.S., Purdue University, 1954; M.S., Northwestern University, 1958.
Civil Engineering. The Problem of Two Elastic Materials in Bipolar Coordi-
nates.



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Pearl Kathryn Englund, B.A., University of Minnesota, 1949. Anthropology. Ngbaka:

Phonology and Verb Morphology.
Millard John Erickson, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1958; B.D., Bethel Theological

Seminary, 1956; M.A., University of Chicago, 1958. Religion. The Apologetic

Theology of the New Evangelicalism.
James W. Fernandez, B.A., Amherst College, 1952. Anthropology. Redistributive

Acculturation and Ritual Reintegration in Fang Culture.
Robert Alan Friedlander, B.A., Northwestern University, 1955; M.A., 1957. History.

The July, 1936, Militaiy Rebellion in Spain: Background and Beginnings.
Robert John Fulton, B.Sc, University of Manitoba, 1959. Geology. Deglaciation of

the Kamloops Region, British Columbia.
Daniel R. Gahl, A.B., Valparaiso University, 1936; M.A., Northwestern University,

1947. History. Indiana and the Sectional Pattern, 1828-1842.
Jo Ann Gilpin, B.S., Purdue University, 1955. Chemistry. Synthesis of New Peri-
Substituted Naphthalenes.
Benjamin Maurice Gimarc. B.A., Rice Institute, 1956. Chemistry. Calculation of the

Electronic Energies of the Helium and Lithium Atoms by the Least Squares

Local Energy Method.
James Allan Goldman, A.B., University of Chicago, 1958. Chemistry. Errors in

Precipitation Titrations.
Arthur Monroe Hanhardt, Jr., B.A., University of Rochester, 1953; M.A., Colgate

University, 1958. Political Science. The Deutsch Akademie der Wissenschaften

zu Berlin and the Organization of Research in East Germany.
Arthur Cornelius Heidebrecht, B.Sc, University of Alberta, 1960; M.S., Northwestern

University, 1961. Civil Engineering. Analysis of Dynamic Response of Inelastic

Structural Systems.

Everett David Hinkley, Jr., B.S., Washington University, 1958; M.S., Northwestern

University, 1961. Physics. Oscillatory Magnetoresistance in Gray Tin.
John Barry Hinni, B.S., Southeast Missouri State College, 1958; M.S., Northwestern

University, 1959. Biology. Modified Development of the Duodenum of Chick

Embryos Hypophysectomized by Partial Decapitation.
Mary E. Homrighous, A.B., University of Illinois, 1947; M.A., 1949. Speech. The

Grand Guignol.

Stanley Jacobson, B.S., University of Illinois, 1959; M.S., Northwestern University,

1961. Anatomy. Intrinsic Mechanisms of the Cerebral Cortex as Demonstrated

by the Nauta Method for Degenerating Axons, and the Colgi Neuron Stain.
Francis Joseph Kendrick, D.D.S., Northwestern University, 1952. Dentistry. Some

Effects of a Chemical Carcinogen and of Cigarette Smoke Condensate Upon

Hamster Cheek Pouch Mucosa.
Geoffrey Keppel, A.B., University of California, 1957; M.S., Northwestern University,

1961. Psychology. Facilitation in Short- and Long-Term Retention of Paired

Associates Following Distributed Practice in Learning.
Jaan Kiusalaas, B.E., University of Adelaide (Australia), 1956; M.A., Northwestern

University, 1959. Mechanics. On Toroidal Shells Under Axially Symmetrical

Loading.

David J. Kuck, B.S., University of Michigan, 1959; M.S., Northwestern University,

1960. Industrial Engineering. A Multicontext Problem Solving System with
Natural Language Inputs.

John Charles Kukral, B.A., University of Illinois, 1950; M.D., 1954; M.S., 1955.
Surgery. Biochemical Aspects of Plasma Protein and Ammonia Metabolism
After Experimental Lesions of the Liver.

Randolph D. Lanier, B.A., Vanderbilt University, 1959. Chemistry. The Study of
the Rates and Mechanisms of the Exchange Reactions of Transition Metal Ions
by a Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Technique.

David Walter Larsen, B.A., Dana College, 1958. Chemistry. A Study of Some Com-
plexes of Iodine by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance.

Marcia J. Lawton, A.B., Pembroke College, 1959; M.A., Northwestern University,

1961. Psychology. Trust as Manifested by Delay of Gratification in a Choice
Situation.

Roger Lee Levin, B.S., Pennsylvania State University, 1958; M.Eng., Yale University,
1961. Materials Science. Kinetics of Oxidation of Iron-Chromium Alloys and
the Transport Properties of the Oxides in Carbon Dioxide-Carbon Monoxide
Mixtures.



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ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH COMMENCEMENT



Rolf Eugene Lindquist, B.S., University of Illinois, 1952; M.S., 1953. Physics. The

Infrared Optical Properties of Single-Crystal Gray Tin.
Walter R. Lynn, B.S., University of Miami, 1950; M.S., 1954. Civil Engineering.

Process Design and Financial Planning of Sewage Treatment Works.
Ago Mais, B.A., Baker University, 1954. Chemistry. The Stereochemistry of Ketoniza-

tion of the 1^-Enol of 1-Decalone.
Allen Kent Marler, B.A., Idaho State College, 1956; M.A., Montana State University,

1957. Speech. A Descriptive Study of Speech Departments in Co-Educational,
Senior, State Supported Colleges and Universities.

Douglass Hall McNeally, A.B., Bowdoin College, 1948; M.A., Columbia University,

1950. History. Constitutional Monarchy in France, 1814-1848.
Richard Megargee, A.B., Princeton University, 1952; M.A., Northwestern University,

1954. History. The Diplomacy of John Basse tt Moore: Realism in American
Foreign Policy.

Vinodkumar S. Mehra, B.S., University of Bombay (India), 1956; M.S., Northwestern
University, 1960. Chemical Engineering. Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Constants
for Ethane-n-Butane-n-Pentane and Ethane-n-Butane-n-Heptane Systems.

Kenneth Rogers Merrill, A.B., Bethany-Peniel College, 1954; M.A., Northwestern
University, 1956. Philosophy. Whitehead's Theory of Givenness.

Edwin F. Meyer II, B.S., DePaul University, 1959. Chemistry. The Catalytic Deutera-
tion of Some Acetylenes and Diolefins on Palladium Alumina,

Ralph J. Mills, Jr., B.A., Lake Forest College, 1954; M.A., Northwestern University,
1956. English. The Development of Apocalyptic Vision in Five Modern Poets.

Karlen Mooradian, B.S., Northwestern University, 1956; M.S., 1957. Journalism.
Armenian Journalism: A History and Interpretation.

James Daniel Morrison, B.Sc, Franklin and Marshall College, 1958. Chemistry.
Reactions of 8-Quinolinebronic Acid.

Hamid Mowlana, Eq. of bach.. University of Teheran, 1958; M.S.J., Northwestern
University, 1960. Journalism. Journalism in Iran: A History and Interpretation.

Israel Opeyemi Ola, B.A., University of Minnesota, 1958; M.A., Northwestern Uni-
versity, 1959. Political Science. Conditions Essential for Cooperation in Region-
al Organizations.

Young Horn Park, B.A., Seoul National University, 1957; M.A., Miami University,
1960. Education. A Study of Relationships Between Personnel Records and
Success of Elementary and Secondary Student Teachers at Northwestern Uni-
versity.

Kent Parsons, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1958; M.S., 1959. Electrical Engineering.

An Apparatus for the Measurement of the Inductive Effect of Hall Currents at

Microwave Frequencies.
James Lecil Patty, B.M., Hendrix College, 1942; B.A., 1943; M.M., University of

Michigan, 1953. Music. Maurice Ravel's Orchestral Transcriptions of Piano

Works.

John Joseph Peradotto, Jr., A.B., St. Louis University, 1957; M.A., 1958. Classics.

Time and Pattern of Change in Aeschylus' Oresteia.
Luis Arturo Peralta, S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1953; S.M., 1956.

Mechanical Engineering. Initial Response of a Fluid Filled, Elastic, Infinitely

Long Circular Cylindrical Shell to a Shock Wave Traveling in the Surrounding

Accoustic Medium.

John Eric Peterson, B.A., Kalamazoo College, 1954; M.A., University of Colorado,

1955. History. Freetown: A Study of the Dynamics of Liberated African Society,
1807-1870.

Julia Camilla Piquette, B.S., Northwestern University, 1948; M.A., 1952. Speech.
A Survey of the Contemporary Outlook Relative to the Teaching of Creative
Dramatics as Evidenced in Selected Writings in the Field, 1929-1959.

Jack Arthur Pontney, B.A., Redlands University, 1953; M.A., Northwestern Uni-
versity, 1956. Economics. An Economic Analysis of the Retail Automobile
Market.

George Post, B.A., Queen's University (Canada), 1956; Economics. Capital Ex-
penditures in Canadian Manufacturing.
Andrew Karl Prinz, A.B., Augustana College, 1957; M.A., Northwestern University,

1958. History. Sir William Gooch in Virginia: The King's Good Servant.



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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY



Jan Rem, Eq. of bach., Technological University of Delft, 1958; M.S., Northwestern
University, 1960. Mechanical Engineering. A New Theory for the Thermo-
dynamic Functions of a Plasma Via the Binary Correlation Function.

Merrill K. Ridd, B.S., University of Utah, 1954; M.S., 1960. Geography. The In-
fluence of Soil and Water Conditions on Agricultural Development in the Delta
Area, Utah.

Stanley Gene Rives, B.S. in Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1952; M.S., 1955.
Speech. Dialectic and Rhetoric in Congress: A Study in Congressional Considera-
ation of the Labor Management Relations Act of 1947.

Rudolph J. Rummel, B.A., University of Hawaii, 1959; M.A., 1961. Political Science.
Dimensions of Conflict Behavior Within and Between Nations.

Andrew Richard Schaefer, B.Ch.E., Cornell University, 1958. Chemistry. The Appli-
cation of the Stirred Flow Reactor to Heterogeneous Catalysis.

Ashis Kumar Sen Gupta, B.Ch.E., Jadavpur University (India), 1956; M.S., North-
western University, 1961. Chemical Engineering. Mass and Heat Transfer in the
Flow of Fluids Through Packed and Distended Beds of Spherical Particles.

Frank George Splitt, B.S., Fournier Institute of Technology, 1952; M.S., Northwestern
University, 1957. Electrical Engineering. An Investigation of Multiple Time
Shift Keyed Transmission Systems.

Laszlo Stein, B.S., Northern Illinois University, 1953; M.A., Northwestern University,
1957. Speech. Auditory Behavior in Hemispherectomy and Infantile Spastic
Hemiplegia.

Waltraut Johanna Hedwig Stein, B.A., Youngstown University, 1957; M.A., Ohio
University, 1959. Philosophy. Intersubjectivity and Schizophrenia.

Leonard Irwin Stiel, S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1959; M.S., North-
western University, 1960. Chemical Engineering. The Transport Properties of
Pure Gaseous and Liquid Substances.

Denis Gartland Sullivan, B.A., Oberlin College, 1955. Political Science. Towards an
Inventory of Major Propositions Contained in Contemporary Textbooks in
International Relations.

Robert Peter Sylvester, A.B., Amherst College, 1949; M.A., Northwestern University,
1955. Philosophy. An Examination of the Ethical Philosophy of G. E. Moore.

Joel Arthur Tarr, B.S., Rutgers University, 1956; M.A., 1957. History. William Lori-
mer of Illinois: A Study in Boss Politics.

Robert Douglas Thibodeau, B.Sc, University of Toronto, 1958; M.Sc, Assumption
University of Windsor, 1960. Chemical Engineering. The Dynamic Optimization
of a Two-Stage Reactor System.

Thomas Arthur Tutko, B.S., Pennsylvania State University, 1958; M.A., North-
western University, 1960. Psychology. Need for Social Approval and its Effect on
Responses to Projective Tests.

Helene Tzitsikas, B.A., Lake Forest College, 1952; M.A., Northwestern University,
1954. Romance Languages. Las Obras Literarias de Santiago Ramon Y Cajal:
El Tema de la Voluntad.

John T. Von der Heide, Jr., A.B., Clark University, 1954; M.A., 1955. History.
Heinrich von Sybel and the Prussian School: A Study in Historical Inter-
pretation.

Richard Currey Warder, Jr., B.S., South Dakota School of Mines and Technology,
1958; M.S., Northwestern University, 1959. Mechanical Engineering. Micro-
wave Diagnostics of Arc-Heated Argon Plasma Flows.

Henry Young Warnock, A.B., Mercer University, 1942; M.A., University of Georgia,
1949; M.A., Northwestern University, 1953. History. Moderate Racial Thought
and Attitudes of Southern Baptists and Methodists, 1900-1921.

Jay Warshawsky, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1948; M.S., Purdue Univer-
sity, 1950. Electrical Engineering. The Focussing Servomechanism of the
Human Eye.

Peter Charles Wayner, Jr., B.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1956; M.S., Massa-
chusetts Institute of Technology, 1960. Chemical Engineering. Film Boiling of
Liquid Nitrogen with Suction on an Electrically-Heated Horizontal Porous Plate.

Keith M. Wellman, B.S., South Dakota School of Mines, 1958. Chemistry. Bromoke-
tones: Their Reaction with Carboxylic Salts and Their N.M.R. Spectral
Parameters.



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Kai Wai Wong, B.S., Duke University, 1959; M.S., Northwestern University, 1960.
Physics. Application of Non-Local Field Operators to a System of Hard Core
Bose Gas.

Rodney David Wood, B.Ed., Yale University, 1954; M.S., Michigan State University,
1959. Chemical Engineering. Heat Transfer in the Critical Region— Experi-
mental Investigation of Radial Temperature and Velocity Profiles.

Allen John Wysocki, B.S., Loyola University, 1958. Chemistry. Synthesis and Cata-
lytic Properties of 2-(2-Pyridylethynyl) Benzeneboronic Acid.



DOCTOR OF EDUCATION

Donald Arthur Canar, B.S. in Ed., University of Wisconsin, 1940; M.A., North-
western University, 1947. Education. An Analysis of Ten Significant Forces
Related to the Development and Organization of Junior Colleges.

Robert Wellington Kyle, A.B., Manchester College, 1934; M.S., Indiana University,
1947. Education. A Study of Business Education in the Secondary Schools of
Lake County, Indiana, with Implications for the Development of Instruction.

James Louis Lehman, Ph.B., University of Detroit, 1950; M.Ed., 1951. Education.
Pupil Mobility and its Relationship to Age, Intelligence Quotients and Achieve-
ment.

James Robert Parker, B.S. in Ed., Northern Illinois University, 1949; M.A., North-
western University, 1952. Education. An Analysis of Children's Concepts of
Selected Occupations.

Herbert Jerome Schiff, B.Ed., Chicago Teachers College, 1946; M.S., DePaul Uni-
versity, 1948; M.A., 1953. Education. The Effect of Personal Contactual Rela-
tionships on Parents' Attitudes Toward and Participation in Local School Affairs.



MASTER OF ARTS

Janet Elliott Abbott, B.A., Albion College, 1961. Religion.
Anne Darden Acey, A.B., Greensboro College, 1954. Religion.
Margaret C. Algeo, B.A., Smith College, 1960. History.

Quentin Preston Almstedt, B.S. in Ed., Concordia Teachers College, 1961. Mathe-
matics.

Francis Nels Anderson, B.A., Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1961. Speech.

Sallie Jo Anderson, B.A., University of Arkansas, 1961. German.

Martin Goodman Aronstein, A.B., Cornell University, 1962. Mathematics.

Asa James Baber, Jr., B.A., Princeton University, 1958. English.

Bruce French Baker, A.B., Dartmouth College, 1961. Philosophy.

Ruth Randolph Malone Balmes, B.A., Washington University, 1946. Speech.

John Warren Barkey, B.A., University of Nebraska, 1955. Sociology.

Michael Barkun, B.S.J. , Northwestern University, 1960. Political Science.

Elizabeth Stone Barnes, B.A., Carleton College, 1961. History.

Willard William Bartlett, Jr., B.S., U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, 1947; B.A.,

Colorado College, 1951; B.D., Pacific School of Religion, 1954. Religion.
Michael William Bartos, Ph.B., DePaul University, 1955; M.Ed., 1959. English.
Anthony S. Bashir, B.S., Northwestern University, 1962. Speech.
Jo Anne Baughan, B.A., University of Chicago, 1959. Anthropology.
Alexandra D. Bertash, B.A., Millikin University, 1961. English.

John E. Biegert, A.B., University of Kansas, 1954; B.D., Evangelical Theological

Seminary, 1957. Religion.
John Frank Binder, B.A., DePaul University, 1962. History.
David M. Blomquist, B.S., Northwestern University, 1958. Speech.
Christopher Alfred Borman, B.S., Indiana University, 1956. Education.
Robert Cook Braddock, A.B., Middlebury College, 1961. History.
Marc Edouard Briod, B.A., Haverford College, 1961. Philosophy.
Elizabeth M. Brock, B.Ed., National College of Education, 1957. Education.
Paul T. Brockelman, B.A., Dartmouth College, 1957. Philosophy.
Jonathan W. Brown, A.B., Harvard College, 1959. Psychology.
Lawrence Alan Brown, B.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1958. Geography.
Eileen Powers Buchanan, B.S., Northwestern University, 1962. Speech.



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Edith C. BufFett, B.S., Adrian College, 1948. Religion.

Katherine M. Burgess, B.A., Sarah Lawrence College, 1958. Philosophy.

Ronald Joseph Busch, B.A., Miami University, 1961. Political Science.

Russell Lawrence Carlson, A.B., Olivet Nazarene College, 1952; B.D., Nazarene

Theological Seminary, 1955. Religion.
Cecil Robert Carlton, B.S., Georgetown College, 1957. Mathematics.
Lucille Beckman Carnahan, B.A., Iowa Wesleyan College, 1930. Education.
William R. Caspary, B.A., Wesleyan University, 1958; M.S., University of Chicago,

1960. Political Science.
Joan Patricia Caton, B.A., Marquette University, 1961. English.
Daphne Bartley Chin Quee, A. B., Nazareth College, 1960. English.
Doris Chorny, B.A., Oberlin College, 1960. Art.

James Hal Cone, B.A., Philander Smith College, 1958; B.D., Garrett Biblical Insti-
tute, 1961. Religion.

Dennis Earl Cook, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1962. Political
Science.

Jane Piatt Cooper, B.A., Duke University, 1959. Religion.

John Ross Cooper, B.A., University of California, 1959. Psychology.

Richard Lee Crabbs, B.A., Baldwin-Wallace College, 1953. Religion.

Helene Lindsay Craig, B.A., Northwestern University, 1959. German.

Helen Louise Crede, A.B., Morris Harvey College, 1959. Religion.

James Harold Grouse II, B.A., College of William and Mary, 1960. Psychology.

Mary G. De Huszar, A.B., Indiana University, 1935. English.

Patrice G. de Mestral, B.A., State College (Switzerland), 1953. Religion.

Heidi V. De Ocampo, B.A., University of the Philippines, 1961. Speech.

Melvyn R. Diamond, B.A., Brooklyn College, 1959. Anthropology.

Charles G. Dilworth, B.A., Oxford University, 1960. History.

Judith Ann Rosendahl Donaldson, B.A., DePauw University, 1962. English.

Patricia Ruth Dresback, B.A., Lawrence College, 1957. Education.

Etienne Duval, B.A., Ottawa University, 1946; LL.B., University of Montreal, 1950.

Romance Languages.
F. Carroll English, B.S., Florida State University, 1954. Religion.
Joretta Marie Eppley, B.S.J. , Ohio University, 1960. Religion.
Iris Mandel Fanger, B.F.A., Columbia University, 1957. Speech.
Robert A. Fippinger, A.B., Duke University, 1962. Political Science.
Jewell Pingree Fitzgerald, B.S., St. Louis University, 1957. Speech.
Ann Kathryn Flagg, B.S. in Ed., West Virginia State College, 1945. Speech.
Mary Elizabeth Flagler, B.A., Western College for Women, 1960. Religion.
Angel Luis Ortiz Garcia, B.A., University of Puerto Rico, 1958. History.
Elizabeth Geider, B.A., DePauw University, 1962. English.
Patrick Joseph Gilpin, B.A., Parsons College, 1961. History.
Susanne Kraus Glink, B.S., Northwestern University, 1958. Education.
LeRoy Garfield Goldman, B.A., Drake University, 1960. Political Science.
Ruth G. Goldrich, B.S., Northwestern University, 1947. Education.
Gail Newman Goldstein, B.S., University of Illinois, 1958. Education.
J. Gordon Greene, B.S., East Tennessee State College, 1962. Speech.
Roger Louis Griffioen, A.B., Calvin College, 1956. History.

George Robertson Grimmett, B.A., University of Queensland (Australia), 1955;

B.D., 1958. Religion.
Charles Edward Grimsley, B.A., Georgetown College, 1961. Speech.
Dorothy Hantman, B.S., Northwestern University, 1945. Speech.
Kathy A. Harms, B.A., DePaul University, 1961. German.

Harold Marcus Herman, A.B., University of Michigan, 1953. Political Science.

Margaret Gladden Hermann, A.B., DePauw University, 1960. Psychology.

Paul George Hoffmann, B.A., Northwestern University, 1961. Geography.

Katherine Howell, B.A., Grinnell College, 1961. Education.

Clarissa H. Hug, Ph.B., Loyola University, 1949. Education.

Yvonne Marcel Jackson, B.A., San Jose State College, 1960. Speech.

Robert M. Johnson, B.S., University of North Dakota, 1961. Speech.

David Glen Jordan, B.A., University of South Dakota, 1962. Speech.

Merle Gordon Kaminsky, B.S., University of Illinois, 1960. English.

Peter J. Kellogg, B.S., Davidson College, 1960. History.

Naomi Pearl Kershman, B.Sc, McGill University, 1962. Speech.



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ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH COMMENCEMENT



Naomi Eleanor Kies, B.A., Swarthmore College, 1962. Political Science.

Young Ja Kim, B.A., Ewha Woman's University (Seoul), 1961. Speech.

Mary Catherine Kitkowski, B.A., College of Mt. Saint Vincent, 1961. Education.

Jay L. Kramer, B.S., Northwetern University, 1958. Education.

Peter C. Kraus, B.A., University of Akron, 1962. Speech.

Richard Robert Kretschmer, Jr., B.S., Northwestern University, 1962. Speech.

Ingo Horst Edward Kreuzer, Eq. of bach., Hamburg University, 1961. German.

Douglas Bellamy Kurdys, B.A., Hanover College, 1961. English.

Gabriele Renate Lachmann, B.A., University of Illinois, 1958. German.

Bettie E. Ladd, B.S., University of Chicago, 1944. English.

Paul T. Larsen, B.A., St. Olaf College, 1961. History.

Mildred B. Levy, B.A., Northwestern University, 1958. Economics.

Beatrice S. Light, B.A., University of Chicago, 1944. Education.

David Eugene Lofdahl, B.A., Northwestern University, 1959; B.D., Garrett Biblical

Institute, 1961. Religion.
Nancy Elizabeth Lynn, B.A., University of Missouri, 1962. English.
Bailey Magruder, B.S., Murray State College, 1959. Economics.
Frank Manuella, B.S., New York University, 1960. Speech.
Lawrence G. Martin, A.B., University of Notre Dame, I960. History.
Claude Sam Mazzocco, A.B., University of Notre Dame, 1951. Education.
Mary Jo McCune, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1958. Speech.
Susan Dart McCutcheon, B.A., Connecticut College, 1942. English.
John Harold McFadyen, B.S., Loyola University, 1960. Mathematics.
Margaret McKerrow, B.A., Lake Erie College, 1961. Speech.
Edward L. Miszczak, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1960. History.
Jane P. Mitchell, B.A., Cornell University, 1957. Political Science.
Rudolf Alan Morrison, B.A., Blackburn College, 1958. History.
Phoebe Elinor Moyer, A.B., Cedar Crest College, 1962. Speech.
Sharon Florence Mrotek, B.A., DePaul University, 1962. Speech.
Glenn F. Nellist, B.A., State College of Iowa, 1959. Speech.
Mary W .Octigan, B.S. in Education, Northwestern University, 1944. Speech.
Miriam Charlotte Oesch, B.S., Oklahoma State University, 1960. Speech.
Felix N. C. Okoye, B.A., University of London, 1962. History.
James Neil O'Neill, B.A., University of Mississippi, 1962. History.
Karl Frederick Otto, Jr., B.A., Aquinas College, 1962. German.
Alan Paskow, B.A., Haverford College, 1961. Philosophy.

John Pawlowski, Jr., B.A., Northern Illinois University, 1959. Romance Languages.
Joseph Neal Peacock, A.B., University of Tennessee, 1950; B.D., Yale University,
1954. Sociology.

Deloras Knepper Pemberton, B.S., Northwestern University, 1960. English.

Leslie St. John Phillips, B.A., Pembroke College, 1962. Speech.

Shirley G. Pittman, B.Ed., Chicago Teachers College, 1958. Education.

Sandra Sue Powell, B.A., Northwestern University, 1962. Political Science.

Carol Anne Purkhiser, B.Ed., Central Washington College, 1961. Speech.

Pauline Richter, B.S., Concordia College, 1957. Education.

Don M. Ricks, B.A., University of Wyoming, 1961. English.

William Robinson, B.A., University of Minnesota, 1957. Romance Languages.

Aryeh Samuel Routtenberg, B.A., McGill University, 1961. Psychology.

Mary Loomis Rule, B.A., University of Arizona, 1961. Speech.

Ellen Samuels, A.B., University of Michigan, 1961. Political Science.

Hans-Eckart Scharrer, Eq. of bach.. University of Hamburg, 1962. Economics.

Philip Stanley Schuman, B.A., Wabash College, 1962. Political Science.

Melvin Lewis Schwartz, B.A., New York University, 1959. Psychology.

Allen J. Scott, B.A., Oxford University, 1961. Geography.

Hugh J. Scullen, Jr., A.B., University of Detroit, 1958. Philosophy.

Ralph Wesley Shannon, B.A., Wheaton College, 1953. Latin American Studies.

Diane Kallis Shaw, B.S., Northwestern University, 1956. Education.

Mary Parker Shelton, B.S., District of Columbia Teachers College, 1959. Education.

Susan Odette Shipman, B.S., Northwestern University, 1962. Speech.

Donald L. Singer, A.B., Cornell University, 1957. History.

William Barott Skelton, B.A., Bowdoin College, 1961. History.

Sharon Kaye Skidmore, B.A., Millikin University, 1962. Romance Languages.

Solomon Albert Smith II, B.A., University of Colorado, 1961. Anthropology.



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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY



Stephen Carl Smith, B.A., Duke University, 1961. History.

Laura Susan Spielvogel, B.S., Pennsylvania State University, 1962. Speech.

Ramona G. Spinka, B.A., Roosevelt University, 1961. Romance Languages.

Glenna Sue Spitzer, B.A., Douglass College, 1961. Political Science.

Edwin Murdoch Stirling, B.A., The University of the South, 1962. English.

Bethany Sue Strong, B.A., Duke University, 1962. English.

Noreen Ann Sullivan, B.A., Trinity College, 1958. Art.

Rudolf H. Szillat, B.A., University of Illinois, 1962. German.

Thorlund W. Thorson, B.S., Northwestern University, 1937. Speech.

Nestor Angel Urbina Torre, Jr., B.A., Xavier University (Philippines), 1960. Speech.

Judith E. Trost, B.S., Northwestern University, 1962. Speech.

Victor Chikezie Uchendu, B.Sc, University of Ibadan (Nigeria), 1962. Anthropology.
Barbara Page Van Cleve, B.A., Duchesne College, 1958. English.
Edgar Perry Vandevort, B.A., University of Idaho, 1961. Speech.
Johanna Van Lente, A.B., Hope College, 1962. German.

Lillian K. Vittenson, B.M., American Conservatory of Music, 1946. Education.
Obiajunwa Wall, B.A., London University, 1959. English.
Evelyn Allene Walters, B.A., Southern Illinois University, 1960. Religion.
Barnett J. Weiss, B.S., University of Chicago, 1959. Speech.
John D. Wenum, B.A., Lake Forest College, 1961. Political Science.
Sarah Whitehorn, B.A., University of Michigan, 1936. Education.
Mary Veronica Whiteman, B.Ed., Pestalozzi Froebel Teachers College, 1956. Edu-
cation.

Janet Marie Wickstrum, B.S., Northwestern University, 1962. Speech.
Philip J. Wilkiemeyer, A.B., University of San Francisco, 1962. Speech.
Homer Eugene Williamson, B.A., Carlton College, 1962. Political Science.
Kay Louise Windram, B.A., Denison University, 1962. German.
Clifton Russell Witt, B.S., Northwestern University, 1962. Speech.
James E. Wood, B.S., Texas Wesleyan College, 1960. Political Science.
Margaret Lee Wood, B.A., Boston University, 1948. Education.
Harry William Zitzler, B.A., Roosevelt University, 1958. Philosophy.



MASTER OF ARTS IN TEACHING

Don G. Beardsley, B.S., Drury College, 1951. Education.
Catherine Nissim, B.A., University of Talonica, 1944. Education.
William Burns Shaw, B.A., Northwestern University, 1961. Education.



MASTER OF SCIENCE

Robert D. Amott, D.D.S., Northwestern University, 1958. Dentistry.
Delmar Eudean Anderson, B.S., Kansas State University, 1961. Geography.
Kishore Atit, B.S., State University of Iowa, 1961. Chemical Engineering.
Allen David Bagdade, D.D.S., University of Michigan, 1961. Dentistry.
Norman Robert Baker, B.S., Northwestern University, 1961. Industrial Engineering.
George D. Balacko, B.Sc, University of Manitoba, 1959. Civil Engineering.
Ronald G. Barile, B.S., University of Illinois, 1961. Chemical Engineering.
Jose Antonio Blanco, Licenciado, Universidad de Oviedo (Spain), 1957. Chemical
Engineering.

John R. Booth, B.A., Oxford University, 1961. Geography.
Robert Theodore Breyer, B.A., Dartmouth College, 1961. Physics.
Richard W. Bungay, B.C.E., The Cooper Union, 1960. Mechanics.
Norman Thomas Burak, B.S., Clarkson College of Technology, I96I. Mechanical
Engineering.

Frederick Frank Cadek, B.M.E., University of Detroit, 1961. Mechanical Engineer-
ing.

Robert Jordan Checkley, B.S., Rose Polytechnic Institute, 1961. Physics.
Bill Kung-Yu Chow, B.S., Taiwan Cheng-Kung University, 1956. Electrical Engi-
neering.

Servulo Jacinto Cola^o, B.Che., University of Bombay (India), 1957.

George Michael Cornwall, B.S., University of Toronto, 1961. Civil Engineering.



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James Arthur Cunningham, B.S., Northwestern University, 1961. Civil Engineering.
Richard D. Dastyck, B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1959. Geography.
Michel M. Dawance, Eq. of bach., Universite de Liege (Belgium), 1961. Materials
Science.

Kenneth Joseph DeWitt, B.Che., University of Detroit, 1961. Chemical Engineering.
John Bullard Dinklage, B.A., Grinnell College, 1960. Electrical Engineering.
Bernard Darmawan Djonoputro, B.Sc, Bandung Institute of Technology, 1953;

M.Sc., 1960. Physics.
Homer Eugene Easley, B.S., Aurora College, 1959. Physics.

Beshir Ahmed B. El Abbadi, B.S., University of Khartoun, 1961. Mechanical En-
gineering.

Murray Leo Elowitz, B.S., Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1960. Electrical Engi-
neering.

Fawzi Philip Emad, B.S., American University of Beirut, 1961. Electrical Engineer-
ing.

John A. Enright, B.M.E., Marquette University, 1961. Mechanical Engineering.
Pacita Manalo-Estrella, M.D., University of Santo Tomas, 1955. Pathology.
Leonard Feigenbaum, B.S., Roosevelt University, 1959. Biology.

Franz Felberbauer, Eq. of B.S., Montan. Hochschule (Austria), 1960. Materials
Science.

Philip S. Fenster, D.D.S., Columbia University, 1959. Dentistry.
Leonard George Filppula, D.D.S., Northwestern University, 1955. Dentistry.
Raymond W. Flumerfelt, B.S., Lomar State College of Technology, 1961. Chemical
Engineering.

Jeannette Fontaine, B.S., University of Rochester, 1961. Chemistry.
James G. Gibson, B.S., Northwestern University, 1961. Mechanical Engineering.
Richard Patrick Griffin, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1960. Chemical Engineer-
ing.

Alvin Victor Gursin, D.D.S., University of Detroit, 1956. Dentistry.
Thom Hammond, B.S., Robert College (Turkey), 1945. Mechanical Engineering.
Donald Eads Haselwood, B.S., Purdue University, 1958. Electrical Engineering.
Paul Charles Hermann, B.S., Northwestern University, 1961. Mechanical Engineer-
ing.

Erika Di Cyan Hessman, B.S., Syracuse University, 1959. Biology.
Gerald Edward Holmberg, B.S., University of Kansas, 1960. Physics.
James Albert Horak, B.S., University of Illinois, 1958. Materials Science.
Wayne Edward Hoyt, D.D.S., Northwestern University, 1959. Dentistry.
Steven K. Hu, B.A., St. Olaf College, 1961. Physics.

Terence Joseph Hughes, B.S., South Dakota School of Mines, 1960. Materials
Science.

Calvin J. Hunter, D.D.S., Northwestern University, 1956. Dentistry.
Kama! Chandra Jain, B.Che., University of Bombay (India), 1961. Chemical En-
gineering.

James Franklin Jordan, Jr., B.S., University of Texas, 1961. Physics.
Rena V. Kalonaros, B.S., Fairleigh Dickinson University, 1961. Dentistry.
Joel A. Kaplan, M.D., Chicago Medical School, 1959. Pathology.
Sheldon Kelman, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1961. Civil Engineering.
Charles J. Kircher, B.S., Marquette University, 1962. Electrical Engineering.
Alexander Paul Kocsy, B.S., New York University, 1961. Chemical Engineering.
Dale Michael Landi, B.S., Northwestern University, 1960. Industrial Engineering.
Ronald James Leonard, B.M.E., Clarkson College of Technology, 1961. Mechanical
Engineering.

Henry K. Lese, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1961. Chemical Engineering.
Laurence A. Lewis, B.A., Antioch College, 1951. Geography.

William Limpinsel, B.S., Chicago Technical College, 1940; B.S., Illinois Institute of
of Technology, 1955; D.D.S., University of Detroit, 1961. Dentistry.

Daniel Prentiss Lipke, D.D.S., Marquette University, 1959. Dentistry.

Denis Martin Manelski, B.S., Syracuse LIniversity, 1959. Industrial Engineering.

Betty L. McConaughy, B.A., Whitman College, 1959. Chemistry.

John Oden Mecom, B.S., Louisiana Polytechnic Institute, 1961. Biology.

Walter A. Michel, B.S., University of Illinois, 1955. Electrical Engineering.

William Francis Milbury, B.S., Drexel Institute of Technology, 1961. Civil Engineer-
ing.



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Elmer Touru Mizuno, B.E.E., Cornell University, 1961. Electrical Engineering.
Alfred Moretti, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1961. Electrical Engineering.
Elizabeth Fortner Moser, B.A., Vassar College, 1954. Biology.

Daniel Cornelius Moynihan, Jr., B.S., Northwestern University, 1960. Chemical En-
gineering.

James A. Musich, B.S. in Ed., Northern Illinois University, 1958. Biology.
George Peter Nassos, B.S., University of Illinois, 1961. Chemical Engineering.
Everett J. Nienhouse, B.A., Hope College, 1958. Chemistry.
William Robert Obermann, B.S., Lafayette College, 1961. Civil Engineering.
El-Sayed M. Omar, Eq. of bach.. University of Alexandria, 1959. Civil Engineering.
Heinz Ernst Otte, B.Sc, University of Nebraska, 1961. Mechanical Engineering.
Robert Warren Otto, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1957. Civil Engineering.
Paris Jean Ren6, Eq. of bach.. University of Nancy (France), 1958. Chemical En-
gineering.

John Hollis Peacock, B.A., Harvard College, 1960. Anatomy.

Kenneth C. Petersen, Ph.B., Northwestern University, 1960. Chemistry.

Thomas A. Phillips, B.M.E., University of Detroit, 1961. Mechanical Engineering.

James J. Pipan, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1958. Civil Engineering.

Robert W. Porter, B.S., University of Illinois, 1961. Mechanical Engineering.

Thimmappaiah Prabhakara, B.Sc, University of Mysore (India), 1954; M.Sc, 1955.

Industrial Engineering.
Stephen Lee Propeck, B.S., Northwestern University, 1960. Physiology.
Raphael Razi, B.S., University of Miami, 1961. Mechanical Engineering.
Nandlal Sanmukhdas Reejhsinghani, B.Che., University of Bombay (India), 1960.

Chemical Engineering.
Jose Henrique Rizo, B.S., Universidad Javeriana (South America), 1959. Civil

Engineering.

France Rode, Dipl. Engr., University of Ljubljana (Yugoslavia), I960. Electrical
Engineering.

Arnold Morton Rosenthal, D.D.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1958. Dentistry.

Graham Lindsay Drury Ross, B.S., University of Cape Town (South Africa), 1948.
Civil Engineering.

Leon Rossman, D.D.S., New York University, 1957. Dentistry.

Ragnvald Sagen, B.S., Technical High School (Norway), 1957. Civil Engineering.

Alan O. Sandborg, B.S., Valparaiso University, 1959. Engineering Science.

Nandivada L. V. R. Sarma, M.Sc, Osmania University (India), 1954. Chemical En-
gineering.

Gordon Wilfred Schultz, B.S., University of Detroit, 1951. Civil Engineering.
George Philip Shuraym, B.E.E., American University of Beirut, 1962. Electrical
Engineering.

Vibhay Ranjan Sinha, B.Sc, Birla Institute of Technology (India), 1961. Mechanical
Engineering.

Edir Barros Siqueira, M.D., School of Medicine, University of Minas Gerais (Brazil),
1955. Anatomy.

Raymond Granam Slavin, M.D., St. Louis University, 1956. Medicine.
Max Spindler, B.S., The Cooper Union, 1961. Civil Engineering.
Douglas Earle Teed, B.Eng., Nova Scotia Technical College, 1961. Mechanical En-
gineering.

John Joseph Uicker, Jr., B.M.E., University of Detroit, 1961. Mechanical Engineer-
ing.

Antonio J. Venezia, Jr., D.D.S., University of Tennessee, 1954. Dentistry.
Charles K. Vilim, Jr., B.S., Northwestern University, 1955. Mathematics.
Richard Kazuto Watase, D.D.S., Northwestern University, 1959. Dentistry.
Elden A. Wegner, D.M.D., University of Oregon, 1955. Dentistry.
Jack Leo Wert, B.S., Pennsylvania State University, 1961. Chemical Engineering.
Martin Gay White, B.M., Northwestern University, 1960. Physiology.
Sherman Hsiu-huang Wu., B.S., Northwestern University, 1961. Electrical Engineer-
ing.

Joseph Simon Zelasko, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1962. Civil Engineering.
Lloyd Bradford Zimmerman, B.S., Northwestern University, 1961. Electrical Engi-
neering.



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THE DIPLOMAS

THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

Candidates Presented by dean simeon e. leland



DIPLOMA IN LIBERAL ARTS



Laverne Marilyn Kauke
Lois Marjorie Overend



Ruth Lucille Thousand
Anita Weber



THE SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY

Candidates Presented by dean george w. teuscher



DIPLOMA AS DENTAL HYGIENIST



Karin Lynn Allison
Rhonda Kay Blevins
Nancy Lee Bolin
Merrill Ann Campbell
Beryl Jean Churchill
Carlene Grace Collins
Lynda Frances Connor
Lynda Ann Fields
Frances Frehner
Sharyn Joan Grant
Beverly Jean Hartley
Gail Emma Heitbrink
Judith Lynn Henry
Mary Jo Hill
Jaye Elizabeth Hoblin
Barbara Sue Horwitz



Karen Marie James
Christina Maria Jezierski
Bonnie Lee Keefer
Mary Ellen Lebsack
Joan Karen Lodeski
Anne Morgan
Karen Jo Nelson
Margit Eleonora Peterson
Judith Rabin
Eloise Kathrine Ramm
Gail Adrienne Recher
Sharon Lee Riley
Janis Renee Seifer
Eileen Barbara Sont
Nancy Christine Thomas
Diane Elaine Williams



THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Candidates Presented by dean Richard donham



DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS



??Gene Leonard Anderson
??John A. Bertalan
fRobert Clarence Brauneker
??f Melvin John Bubley
??Javier Cicero-Robledo
??AIexander John Collins
??Wilbur Richard Daw
fMary Genevieve Halligan
fBilly Jake Happe
??Hubert Heifer



•f-Donald George Hime
??Gerald Lowell Hitzeman
??Frederick Joseph Kochan
??Kenneth Earle Leverenz
??Roger Keith Loeffler
Ijames Robert Miller
??John Oster, Jr.
f Harald Dieter Pitz
fRalph Joseph Politano
??Steven William Radek



??To receive the Sixty-Hour Diploma in Business

fTo receive the Sixty-Hour Diploma in Professional Accounting



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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY



??Ernest James Sampson
??Edward Frederick Schmidt, Jr.
??Norbert August Serocki
??Frank Rudolf Tarelko



fWilliam John Trammel
•fCeorge Russell Turdik
IJoseph Edward Waddell, Jr.



EVANSTON HOSPITAL SCHOOL
OF NURSING



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING (SCHOOL OF MEDICINE)

Gail Findley Susan Jane Grodland Peaster

Kay Litherland Eleanor Belle Schlueter

Audry M. Perkins Minshew Lorraine Mae Schon



Candidates Presented by director louise stinson



DIPLOMA AS GRADUATE NURSE



Jo Ann Abrahamson
Cheryl Jean Anderson
Linda Ann Bark
Patricia Ann Black
Sherry Mae Boeke
Barbara Jean Brand
Janis Ann Brandes
Sharon Lynn Campbell
Judith Ann Clarke
Patricia JoAnne Conlon
Elaine Ann Crane
Sharon Lynn Day
Roberta Lee Dix
Lucille Ann Donahoe
Virginia May Dufour
Karen Louise Earnest
Carol Jean Fabrycki
Kathleen Gale Farrell
Margaret Elaine Feldt
Gail Findley
Sandra Kay Fogel
Constance Lynne Fredrickson



Lani Gene Fredrickson

Helen Louise Hartmann

Jacquelyn Allan Hattstrom

Jean Ann Jackson

Gladyce Marie Lindberg

Judith Clara Maag

Judith Ann Mandel

Dorothy Evelyn Miller

Carole Lynn Swanson Mitterling

Arlene Marie Nelsen

Joan Elizabeth Norberg

Jean Rae Oakland

Janet Marie Ohmen

Susan Jane Grodland Peaster

Anna Marie Piper

Marlene Catherine Schaller

Karen Lee Schmidt

Marjorie Louise Sherman

Sharon Louise Smith

Joanne Ruth TenPas

Linda Rae Wilson

Carol Jean Wolf



CHICAGO WESLEY MEMORIAL
HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING (SCHOOL OF MEDICINE)



Susan Adams
Nancy Beth Allen
Veryl Lois Johnson Barry
Kathleen Eleanor Eldred
Janice Ethel Geschwind



Margaret Louise Gring
Louana Ruth Bezpalec Hall
Jane Ann Heerema
Judith Darlene Hord
Janice Fern Jack



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ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH COMMENCEMENT



Gretchen Mary Kolb
Linda Heidi Leatherman
Joan Marie LeSage
Elaine Rosene Martz
Mary Ann Mentzer



Mary Charlotte Morgan
Carol Aline Rackham
Marilyn Ann Wagner
Patricia Jordan Wise
Noel Winslow Wyatt



Candidates Presented by director e. Elizabeth geiger



DIPLOMA AS GRADUATE NURSE



Susan Adams

Nancy Beth Allen

Marian Louise Anderson

Veryl Lois Johnson Barry

Karen Ellen Berg

Joan Marjorie Broughton

Connie Jo Burkett

Katherine Louise Carlson

Lois Diane Clavey

Susan Elizabeth Cobner

Gloria J- Connor

Celia Sue Coonrad

Phyllis Marie Carlstedt Cooper

Charlene Lynette Danek

Judith Ann Decker

Nancy Jo Eastbum

Kathleen Eleanor Eldred

Mary Pat Ellis

Joyce Marie Endres

Marilyn Esther Evers

Jean Kathleen Fitzgerald

Carol Lee Foldi

Janice Ethel Geschwind

Margaret Louise Gring

Janis Karen Haak

Suzanne Mary Hanson

Jane Ann Heerema

Linda Jean Henry

Charlotte Katherine Meyer Herman

Judith Ann Hilgeneck

Carolyn Anne Hobbs

Karen Michele Huegli

Jane Sue Janik

Barbara Marie Johnson

Trudy Kay Johnson

Mary Lou Jones

Sandra Jean Kasprzak

Carol Lynn Kikke

Carole Ann Kimble

Sarah Rae Jameson Klenske

Alison Lee Knight

Charlotte Lee Kobe

Gretchen Mary Kolb

Carol Lou Korth

Karen Jean Lange



Gloria Ann Larimore

Onnette Grace LaRoy

Linda Heidi Leatherman

Carole Leah Lehman

Joan Marie LeSage

Karen May Longford

Jerrilyn Julia Looney

Barbara Louise Lussow

Susan Kay Maclnnes

Hannelore Maiershofer

Susan Steen Mallach

Elaine Arvilla Hallstrom Markus

Elaine Rosene Martz

Diane Lorraine Mason

Carolyn Elizabeth Matchett

Lucinda Englert Heim McClellan

Patricia Ann Pertle McFarland

Mary Ann Mentzer

Mary Charlotte Morgan

Susan Elaine Birkett Morrow

Margaret Diane Mosimann

Rosella Mary Schaudenecker

Murton
Janet Karen Nelson
Patricia Ann Nelson
Mary Elizabeth Normington
Melinda Lodean Simonelli Orlando
Patricia Louise Porter
Carol Aline Rackham
Karen Lee Schauland
Lois Anne Smerz
Karen Luise Stumpf
Karen Lee Subcleff
Lynn Viola Svestka
Audrea Lea Tokars
Julia Ann Merritt Trenker
Marcia Jean Ulrich
Karen Beth Vander Wall
Carol Naomi Vavruska
Marilyn Ann Wagner
Margaret Ann Walker
Grace Carol Wilkins
Carol Jean Wilkinson
Patricia Jordan Wise
Noel Winslow Wyatt



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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY



PASSAVANT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
JAMES WARD THORNE SCHOOL
OF NURSING



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING (SCHOOL OF MEDICINE)

Elouise Albie Christo Marian Woessner Myers

Emily McAndrew Koenig

Candidates Presented by director bernyce r. bieganski

DIPLOMA AS GRADUATE NURSE



Ellen Jean Albro
Virginia Ann Baumgart
Elouise A. Christo
Susan Lucille Coppage
Joan Marie Fisher
Anne Pringle George
Mary Lynn Gilbert
Marilyn Ann Gilbert
Lois Elaine Knuth
Charlotte Ann Hothan
Kathryn Kolken
Sharon Kron

Patricia Lynn Gregory Lutgens
Patricia Lea Mclntsoh
Lynn L. Minehart



Virginia Sue Moore
Marian Woessner Myers
Judith Ann Piepenbrink
Sandra Lynn Rasmussen
Susan Ellen Ryder
Marilyn Sallack
Carol Mae Schroeder
Sandra Sue Sievert
Dorothy Gayle Sorn
Lynda Turner Streeter
Cynthia Lee Tucker
Sharon Ann Warkentien
Karen Lee Wingate
Jean Worth



THE TRAFFIC INSTITUTE

Candidates Presented by
GERALD o'coNNELL, Assistant Director



DIPLOMA IN TRAFFIC POLICE ADMINISTRATION



Sylvester B. Billbrough
Joseph A. Bohan
John J. Bonner
Clarence E. Braasch
Alfredo J. Cossi Bunsen
Earl Burden, Jr.
Daniel N. Cameron
Robert D. Cisco
Thomas J. Critchley
Norman Darwick
Richard M. Dawson
Danny R. Emory
Paul S. Gall
Douglas H. Gassett
Jay Golden
Benjamin Goldstein
Lloyd A. Gramling
Robert N. Greene
Lawrence P. Griffin
James R. Halas
James S. Hughes
Walter Kodman
Benjamin H. Lawwill



Thomas J. Lyons
Ernest M. Magby
James H. Martin
Donald F. McBreen
Ursinus E. Medellu
Gerald W. Merritt
Merlin E. Miller
Robert B. Murphy
Daniel L. O'Brien
Walter R. O'Connor
Robert D. Osmondson
Wilford L. Palmer
Lewis A. Pendergrass
Robert F. Ralph
James F. Simms
Mark C. Thanasouras
Arthur J. Thiry
Richard J. Whalen
Gerald O- Williams
Lester Winningham
Gerald D. Wright
Joel Ernesto Zaldumbide



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DEGREES GRANTED

previously since June, 1962



Academic Year 1962-63



JURIS DOCTOR



H. Stanton Bloom
Robert Peterson Boyd
Woodruff Arthur Burt
Benjamin Haskel Cohen
Clifton Langsdale Elliott
Carol Greenwald
Ronald Glenn Hagstrom
John Eugene Hicks
Eugene Joseph Kelley, Jr.
James Philip Kirk, Jr.



Marvin William Leiter
Gilbert Henry Marquardt, Jr.
Richard Charles Meyer
Patrick Vincent Reilly
S. Jack Sauer
Arnold Malcolm Schwartz
Dave Andrea Schvi^artz
Edwin Henry Shapiro
Elsie Cox Spears
Benjamin Bruce Steinberg



BACHELOR OF LAWS

Burton David Gould James Thomas Moreno

James Arthur Lindmark

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN LAW
Kenneth Allen Postlewait



DOCTOR OF DENTAL SURGERY



Mark Wayne Blackburn
Lawrence A. Blackstone
Michael Eugene Boles
Donald Kent Boyden
Carol Lynn Dietz
Joseph Louis Janette, Jr.
Wayne Leroy Jensen
Charles Masaru Kawahara



Richard David Kentala
George William Lingen, Jr.
John Cordell Lufkin
Basili Michael Patakas
Roger Lawson Price
Christopher Laidlaw Sturridge
Delbert Vernice Warner



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING

Loretta J. Nedved Linderholm Meta Ruth Salisbury

Jean Ingeborg McGarvie



Summer Session 1962



BACHELOR OF ARTS



John Lee Babcock Eston Nicholas Case, Jr.

Judith Helen Berry Vernon Lawrence Evans, Jr.

Irene Cox Burt William Everett Green



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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY



Ruth Hemminger
Leonard Richard Hoerneman
Florence Higa-Mizuno
Tom K. Hickerson
Gene Myron Igolka
Randall Lee James
Melita Margaret Kolb
Robert Draper Kraft
Judith Eliot Long
Betty Lou May
John William McCullough
Sanders Hyman Milens
Thomas Dale Morgan



Joyce Lynn Myers
Eugene Pitts III
David Alan Reichert
Mark Aynsley Ross
Edward Von Saher
Allan Joseph Salkowski
Lynn McKay Snyder
John David Stoffels
Elmer Harold Thogersen
Charles Holmes Wager, Jr.
Lynn Carter Wilkinson, Jr.
Robert Allen Yolles



BACHELOR OF PHILOSOPHY



Otelia Elizabeth Champion Robert Bernard Friedman

William Edward Crawley Charles Edward Haines

Mary Ruth Doolittle Ayako Hattori

Joseph Edward Farnham Irmgard Kuenneth



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN GENERAL EDUCATION
Martha Elizabeth Bekken



MASTER OF LAWS
Yung-Fang Chiang, LL.B., College of Law, Taiwan University, 1958.



JURIS DOCTOR

Bruce Ward Behrman Jerry Glen Popko

Cecil Carter Butler Michael Edward Thoyer

Maurice Rothschild Glover Eleanor Srago Weiner

Richard Carl Moenning



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SPEECH



Bonnie Kirkland Brown
Judith Milgrom Carnoy
Shyrl Michele Formberg
Valerian Alexius Ginter
Judy Ann Lybrook



Janet Ellen Mclntire
Ronald Norwood Pierce
Glen Edward Riley, Jr.
William Anthony Walberg
Shirley Kuhajek Wiley



MASTER OF MUSIC

Paul Vincent Backlund, B.S., University of Minnesota, Duluth Branch, 1957.

Gloria Matilda Benson, B.M.E., Augustana College, 1954.

Clifford Earl Biggs, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1958.

Carolyn Louise Bolick, B.M., Wesleyan College, 1959.

Paul Meredith Bolman, Jr., B.M.E., Drake University, 1954.

Grace Lillian Butler, B.S., Xavier University, 1958.

Phyllis Mae Clendening, B.A., Coe College, 1954.

Diane Greenberg Craane, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1955.



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ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH COMMENCEMENT



Nanci Manville Crewe, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1959.

Ned Russell Dejournett, B.A., Marshall College, 1958.

Larry Wayne Edwards, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1961.

Roger James Folstrom, B.S. (Mus. Ed.), College of St. Thomas, 1956.

Gary Elmer Forsleff, B.M., Western Michigan College, 1960.

Louanne Jean Fuchs, B.M., Oberlin College, 1961.

Deborah Ewing Gunther, B.M., Northwestern University, 1961.

Thomas Gilbert Harris, B.M., Northwestern University, 1960.

Rosana Therese Klich, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1961.

Edward George Kovarik, Jr., B.M., B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1959.

Rosalie Anne LaGrow, A.B., Knox College, 1959.

Peter Marti, B.M., DePaul University, 1958.

Susan Jane Mitchell, B.M.E., Knox College, 1955.

Joyce Wells Pence, B.M., MacMurray College, 1955.

Stephen John Platko, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1960.

Dwight William Robinson, B.S. in Ed., Ohio State University, 1952.

Richard Elson Schneider, B.M.E., University of Wichita, 1961.

Rodney Arthur Schrank, B.S. in Ed., Concordia Teachers College, 1957.

Paul Martin Schultz, B.M. (Mus. Ed.), University of Michigan, 1950.

Robert Leigh Selig, B.M., Northwestern University, 1961.

Robert Eugene Smelser, A.B., Fresno State College, 1953.

Ruth Marie Spies, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1954.

Avonelle Stevenson, B.M.E., Oberlin College, 1953.

Judith Ann Vanarsdall, M.M.E., Augustana College, 1958.

Stanley Joseph Vesely, Jr., B.M., Coe College, 1957.

La Fayette McDowell Wall, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1959.

Melanie Warmack Wilson, B.M., Northwestern University, 1951.



BACHELOR OF MUSIC

Wenda Abelle Brink Meng Kong Tham

Barbara Wallace Sheldon



BACHELOR OF MUSIC EDUCATION

Wenda Abelle Brink Marsha Louise Graff

Mary Josephine Corcoran Marsha Louise Neill

Danny Joe Duncan Robert Alwin Swanson

Stephen Lee Funsten



MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Ronald Wayne Done, B.S.B.A., Northwestern University, 1955-
Harvey Richard Tucker, B S.Ch.E., Purdue University, 1958.



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Richard Kern Austin Fred Balch Johnston, II

Peter Nicholas Bikos Thomas Melvin Kalin

Friedrich Otto Alfred Boehm Arthur Allen Morr

Edward Walter Cislo, Jr. Malcolm John Smiley

Ramiro Mor^ Collazo Burdette Lee Stuckey

Donald Carl Croson David Charles Weiss
Fredric Merrill Dale



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BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Robert Lawrence Carlson Henry Paulman III

Steve Michael Klos Harry Herbert Tiedemann



MASTER OF SCIENCE IN JOURNALISM

George Wandelohr Dunn, Jr., B.S., Indiana University, I96L

Hope Justus Ehrman, B.S. in Journalism, Northwestern University, 1960.

LeRoy Alvin Reeder, B.S. in Journalism, Northwestern University, 1961.



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN JOURNALISM

Helen Carolyn Bruckner Nancy Milburn Hodges

Jere Waite Bruner Joanne Tandy LaMonte
Gary Martin Dunk



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION

Frances Carol Ashley Betty Jean Reynolds

Jeanine Margaret Bern Neena Roumell Rich

Linda Marie Hall Julie Murphy Rothaug

Edward Patrick Killian Sally Ann Stimpson

Elbert Leon Kimbrough Myra Jane Tank

James Lee Knowles Edward Fellis Wingler
Joan Alice Moore

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

John Lucas Cooper, Jr. David Walter Olson

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Edward Arthur Anderson, Jr. George Thomas Munsterman

Gary B. Laymon

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
Donald Harold Relyea

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Bruce Donald Hayward

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY
With Titles of Dissertations

No6 Altschuler, Eq. of bach.. University of Buenos Aires, 1954. Biochemistry. Some

Aspects of the Regulation of Erythropoiesis in the Rat.
Richard Lee Arnold, B.A., State University of Iowa, 1950; M.A., 1951. Speech. The

Changing Concepts of Realism in Scenery on the New York Stage from 1900 to

1915.

Drory H. Ben-Israel, B.Sc, Israel Institute of Technology, 1955; M.Sc, 1959. Materi-
ials Science. Precipitation Studies in Nickel Titanium Alloys.



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ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH COMMENCEMENT



Gerald O. Bierwag, B.A., University of Idaho, 1958. Economics. Optimal Land Dis-
tribution Schemes: An Application of Linear Programming Techniques, Ireland,
1953-1960.

Robert N. Bluraenthal, B.S., Northwestern University, 1957; M.S., 1961. Materials

Science. A Thermodynamic Study of Nonstoichiometric a-NbiO^ and TiO^.
William Thomas Brannen, Jr., B.S., DePaul University, 1958. Chemistry. Effect of

Electron Withdrawing Groups on 5n2 Displacements.
Grant Allan Brundrett, B.A., Northwestern University, 1951; M-M., 1952. Music.

Rameau's Orchestration.
Raymon Thomson Carpenter, B.S., University of Kansas, 1954; M.S., 1956. Physics.

The Electric Dipole Gamma-Ray Strength Function for Heavy Even-Even

Nuclei.

Kenneth Harold Coffman, B.S., Greenville College, 1958; M-S., Illinois State Normal
University, 1959. Education. A Descriptive Analysis of Consultant Services in
Selected Illinois School Districts in the Field of Guidance.

James Harrington Conover, B.A., St. Ambrose College, 1951; M.A., Northwestern
University, 1955. Speech. A Structural Analysis of Six Plays by Thomas Dekker.

Clifford James Creswell, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1958. Chemistry.
Investigations of Hydrogen Bonds by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance.

Peter J. Dallos, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1958; M.S., Northwestern Uni-
versity, 1959. Electrical Engineering. A Small Signal Analysis of the Human
Eye Fixation Mechanism.

Marvin Eugene De Boer, A.B., Franklin College, 1950; M.A., Northwestern Uni-
versity, 1951. Speech. A Rhetorical Analysis of Selected Addresses of the Nation-
al Commanders of The American Legion, 1919-1954.

June Richey Dollohan, B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College, 1937; M.A.,
University of Illinois, 1946. Education. A Study of the Preparation of Teachers
of College English in Selected Public Junior and Four Year Colleges.

Maurice Paul Drake, B.A., University of Colorado, 1950; M.S., Northwestern Uni-
versity, 1956. Biochemistry. The Introduction of Intramolecular Covalent Cross-
links into Ichthyocol Tropocollagen Using Formaldehyde.

Ronald L. Duckers, B.A., Lake Forest College, 1956; M.A., Northwestern University,
1960. Education. A Study of Teacher Concepts of the Nature and Measurement
of Intelligence.

Russell W. Fenske, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1952; M.B.A., Northwestern Uni-
versity, 1957. Business. Measurement of Productivity at Job, Department, and
Plant Levels-

Sherri Rhoda Forrester, B.S., Duke University, 1958. Chemistry. /. A New Example
of Assistance at a Distance. II- The Proof of Structure and Reactions of Two
5 ,6-Dithydro-l ,4-dioxepins.

Edgar Brand Gangware, Jr., B.S., Wittenberg College, 1943; B.M., 1947; M.M.,
Northwestern University, 1948. Music. The History and Use of Percussion
Instruments in Orchestration.

Raymond Stuart George, B.A., University of California, 1958. Chemistry. Investiga-
tion of the Nature of Chelates Formed by Boric Acid in Aqueous Solution.

Harold M. Grutzmacher, B.A., Beloit College, 1952; M-A., Northwestern University,
1953. English. Wordsworth's Peter Bell: A Study.

Naresh Guha, B.A., Ripon College, 1943; M.A., Calcutta University (India), 1945.
English. W. B. Yeats: An Indian View.

Arthur Claude Hastings, B.A., Tulane University, 1957; M.A., Northwestern Uni-
versity, 1958. Speech. A Reformation of the Modes of Reasoning in Argu-
mentation.

Jack Morgan Hicks, B.A., San Jose State College, 1955; M.A., 1956. Psychology. Zero-
Point Scaling of Social Objects as Affected by Scaling Method and Context.

John Lester Hudson, B.S., University of Illinois, 1959; M.S., Princeton University,
1960. Chemical Engineering. Problems in Convective Heat Transfer.

Arthur Patrick Hurter, Jr., B.S., Northwestern University, 1956; M.S., 1957. Eco-
nomics. A Production Function for an Industrial Process: Petroleum Refining.

Margrethe Gloria Isaac, B.Ed-, Chicago Teachers College, 1947; M.A., Northwestern
University, 1950. Education. A Study of the Professional Problems of Beginning
Teachers Who Were Certified by the Chicago Board of Education in 1958, 1959,
1960 to Teach in the Kindergarten-Primary Grades.



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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY



Marilyn Ann Jackson, B.A., University of Miami, 1957; M.A., Northwestern Uni-
versity, 1960. Psychology. The Effects of Frequency, Extremeness, Consistence
and Order of the Stimulus on Clinical Judgment.

M. Bruce Johnson, B.A., Carleton College, 1955. Economics. Some Theory of Urban
Transportation.

Ik-Ju Rang, B.S., Yonsie University (Seoul), 1955; M.S., 1957. Physics. /. Higher
Born Approximations for the Coulomb Scattering of a Spineless Particle.
II. The S-Matrix Rules in the Extreme Relativistic Limit in Quantum Electro-
dynamics.

Richard Ira Kermode, B.S., Case Institute of Technology, 1957; M.S., Northwestern
University, 1959. Chemical Engineering. Chemical Reactor Dynamics.

Nicholas G. Koumoutsos, B.S., National Technological University (Athens), 1948;
M.S.. Illinois Institute of Technology, 1959. Mechanical Engineering. A Study
of Detonation Wave Structure.

Sanford J. Larson, B.A., Wheaton College, 1950; M.S., Northwestern University, 1954.
Pathology. The Connections of the Cingulate Gyrus and Insula in the Monkey.

Naomi F. M. Lemkey, B.S., University of Michigan, 1954; M.S., Northwestern Uni-
versity, 1955. Pathology. Esterases and Phosphatases of Adult and Developing
Mouse Brain: A Histochemical Study of Enzymes Separated by Zone Electro-
phoresis in Starch Gel.

Ray B. Loeschner, B.A., Albion College, 1953; M.A., Northwestern University, 1957.
Education. A Comparison of Two Systems of Dormitory Control Coexisting in
the Men's Housing Program at Northwestern University.

Chester Clayton Long, B.A., University of Washington, 1957; M.A., Northwestern
University, 1958. Speech. A Study of the Role of Nemesis in the Structure of
Selected Plays by Eugene O'Neill,

Russell Jacques Love, B.S., Northwestern University, 1953; M.A., 1954. Speech. A
Study of Some Aspects of the Receptive a?id Expressive Oral Language Behavior
of Twenty-Seven Cerebral Palsied Children and Their Matched Controls.

Edward Fredric Lutsch, B.S., Northern Illinois University, 1952; M.S., Northwestern
University, 1957. Biology. Rhythmic Variations of Oxidative Metabolism in
Bean Seedlings.

Janet Kuhner Maloney, A.B., Ohio University, 1956; M-A., Northwestern University,
1957. Romance Languages. The Theater of Samuel Eichelbaum.

Peter Spencer McHugh, B.A., University of California, 1957; M.A., 1959. Sociology.
Order and Disorder in Social Time and Space.

Donald John Miedema, B.S., Northwestern University, 1949; M-A., 1952. Education.
Practices and Problems Related to Articulation Between the Eighth and Ninth
Grades in Northern Illinois Secondary and Unit School Districts.

George Calvin Moore, B.S., Western Kentucky State College, 1958. Physics. Deriva-
tion of Corrections to the Debye-Hueckel Free Energy by the Method of Gaus-
sian Random Functions.

Lewis G. Neal, B.S., University of Idaho, 1957; M.S., 1959. Chemical Engineering.
Local Parameters in C-Current Mercury-Nitrogen Flow.

Anne Theodora Nelson, A.B., Augustana College, 1935; M.A., University of Colorado,
1949. Romance Languages. The Critical Reception of Selma Lagerldf in France.

Edward J. O'Connell, Jr., B.S-, Illinois Institute of Technology, 1958; M.A., North-
western University, 1961. Psychology. The Effects of Probability of Reinforce-
ment, Cooperative-Competitive Set, Sex of Model, and Sex of Subject on Imita-
tive Behavior in a Two Choice Situation.

Fuat Odar, M.S., Technical University (Turkey), 1956; M.S., Northwestern Uni-
versity, 1958. Civil Engineering. Forces Acting on a Sphere Accelerating in a
Viscous Fluid.

Roderick B. Ormandy, B.A., Emerson College, 1949; M.A-, Northwestern University,
1952. Speech. The Development and Application of Equipment for Measuring
Masticatory and Lingual Forces-

Jack H. Reiske, B.M.E., Northwestern University, 1956; M.A., 1957. Education.
Attitudinal Differences of Counselor Educators and Student Personnel Adminis-
trators in Higher Education.

Ellen Robinson, B.A., Brooklyn College, 1956; M.A., 1958. Psychology. The Effect of
Amygdalectomy on Fear Motivated Behavior in Rats.

Paul Conrad Rosenblatt, B.A., University of Chicago, 1958; M.S., Northwestern Uni-
versity, 1961. Psychology. Persuasive Value of Threat and Amount of Attitude
Change Advocated.



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Richard S. Rosier, B.S., Gonzaga University, 1959. Chemical Engineering. Turbu-
lence Characteristics of a Submerged Water Jet.

Alberto Saenger, Eq. of bach., University of Concepcion (Chile), 1950; M.S., North-
western University, 1958. Mathematics. Numerical Evaluation of Fourier Trans-
forms.

Bruce Byron Schimming, B.S., Northwestern University, 1958; M.S., 1959. Civil Engi-
neering. An Analytical and Experimental Study of Footings Resting on a Co-
hesionless Soil-

Earl John Schulze, A.B., Princeton University, 1954; M.A., Northwestern University,

1956. English. Shelley's Theory of Poetry: A Reappraisal.

Lillian D. Singletary, B-S., Northwestern University, 1950. Physics. A Magnetic
Analysis of Charged Particles from the Reactions of 15 Mev Neutrons with
Nickel.

Fred Sitton, B-A., Texas Western College, 1943; M.A., 1951; M.F.A., University of

Texas, 1954. Speech. The Indian Play in American Drama, 1750-1900.
James Weldon Smith III, B.A., Yale University, 1955; B.D., Duke University, 1958.

Religion. The Image of God.
Richard W. Sroges, B.S., Roosevelt University, 1956. Psychology. A Pharmacological

Analysis of the Reinforcing Effects of Stimulation of the Reticular Activating

System.

Louis William Stern, A.B., Harvard College, 1957; M.B.A., University of Pennsyl-
vania, 1959. Business. An Economic Analysis of the Policy of Retail Price Main-
tenance by Consumer Goods Manufacturers.

Laimonis V. Streips, B.A., Valparaiso University, 1955- Chemistry. Analytical Appli-
cations of the Reactions of Chlorine and Bromine with Organic Thia- and
Dithia-Compounds.

Morris H. Sunshine, B.A., University of Missouri, 1949; M.A., 1954. Sociology.

Anomie, Alienation and Norm Compliance-
Walter Richard Suter, B.A., Northwestern University, 1955; M.S., 1957. Biology. A

Study of the Tree-Fork Microsere.
Walter F. Terris, A-B., Calvin College, 1956; A.M., University of Denver, 1958.

Speech. The Right to Speak: Massachusetts, 1628-1685.
Carl Luther Waldschmidt, B.S., Concordia Teachers College, 1942; M.M., University

of Michigan, 1948. Music- Georg Boehm: His Life and His Works.
Robert Selig Weiner, B.M.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1957; M.S., 1959.

Mechanics. The Effect of Constant Axial Forces on the Free Transverse Vibra-
tion of Beams and Plates,
Charles Edwin Williams, B.S- in Ed., Pennsylvania State University, 1955; M.S., 1957.

Geography. A Geographical Analysis of the Influence of Soil Fertility on the

Cottontail Rabbit, Sylvilagus Floridanus alacer (Bangs).
Arthur Stanley Wilson, B.S., St. Francis College, 1956; M.A., Columbia University,

1957. Psychology. Effect of Amygdalectomy on One-Trial Conditioned Avoid-
ance Response in Rats.



DOCTOR OF EDUCATION

Rpbert Parker Campbell, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1943; M.A., North-
western University, 1954. Education. A Follow-Up Study of the Graduates of
the Arlington Heights Junior High Schools During Their First Two Years in
Senior High School-



MASTER OF ARTS

Georgia Bassett Amster, B.S-, Michigan State University, 1957. Education.
Carolyn Gray Asbury, B.S., Louisiana State University, 1961. Education-
Catherine Ashley, B.A., DePauw University, 1957. Education.
Frank Baker, B.A., Vanderbilt University, 1958. Psychology.
Louis H. Banker, A.B., University of California, 1947. Speech.
Adrienne K. Barnwell, B-S., Northwestern University, 1959- Psychology.
Ronald Eugene Beauchane, B.A., Hamline University, 1956. Economics.



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Anita Bellmann, B.S., Syracuse University, 1957. Speech.
Solveig Reinhartsen Bender, B.A., St. Olaf College, 1957. Mathematics.
Derke Peter Bergsma, A.B., Calvin College, 1951; B.D., Calvin Seminary, 1954.
Religion.

Rose Aion Bestock, B.Ed., National College of Education, 1958. Education.
Brian Betz, B.A., St. Meinrad College, 1955; S.T.B., Catholic University, 1959.
Speech.

Frances Stokes Biersborn, B.S., Florida State University, 1955. Education-
Loren William Binford, B.M., Northwestern University, 1958; M.M., 1959. Geog-
raphy.

Alleyne Lynne Blanning, B.A., Allegheny College, 1956. Education.
Sarah Elliott Bodine, B.S., University of Illinois, 1952. Education.
Allan Joseph Boerschinger, B.A., University of Notre Dame, 1961. English-
Denise Antoinette Boitel, B.A., Connecticut College for Women, 1961. Speech.
Clifford Lee Boyer, B.S., Northwestern University, 1954. Education.
Carrie O. Browning, B.S., Northwestern University, 1957. Education.
Esther Virginia Bullock, B.A., Elmhurst College, 1954. Education.
Sandra Gail Chabner, B.S., Northwestern University, 1961. Speech.
Sue Kathryn Chaney, B.A., Vanderbilt University, 1961. Classics.
Gerald E. Chappell, B.S., Kent State University, 1959. Speech.
Nancy A. Clark, B.A., Monmouth College, 1957. Education.
Josephine CoUetti, B.A., Brooklyn College, 1961- French.
Gina Edris Darrow, B.A., Northwestern University, 1959. Spanish.
Ruby D. DauSchmidt, B.A., Iowa State Teachers College, 1931. Education.
John Merwin Davenport, B.A., Carleton College, 1958. History.
Peggy McCluey Davis, B.S. in Ed., Southwest Missouri State College, 1955. Speech.
Janet Irene DeGrazia, B.A., Mundelein College, 1961. Speech.
George Edward Farina, B.S., San Diego State College, 1961. Speech.
Eugene P. Finnegan, B.A., Woodstock College, 1948; M.A., 1949. German.
Gary Bernard Freeland, B.A., University of Portland, 1959. Spanish.
Walter Gast, B.A., University of Illinois, 1954; B.S., University of Minnesota, 1960.
German.

Phyllis A. Gibralter, B.S., Southern Connecticut State College, 1961. Speech.

Patricia Mae Gibson, B.A., National College of Education, 1949. Religion.

May Lavinia Goldsmith, B.A., West Virginia University, 1955. Speech.

Rosalind Jane Greenbaum, B.S., Syracuse University, 1961. Speech.

Larry Richard Hawkins, B.A., University of Alabama, 1962. English.

Linda Lee Hayes, B.S. in Ed., Kansas State Teachers College, 1961. English.

Ronald Rudolph Hegji, B.S., Northwestern University, 1954. Mathematics.

Maryann E. Heidinger, B.S., Northwestern University, 1954. Education.

Mary E. Lovejoy Hein, B.S., Winona State Teachers College, 1954. Education.

Mary Josephine McAnulty Hicks, B.S., University of California, 1938. Education.

Betty Jean Hoskins, B.S., University of Illinois, 1951. Education.

Margarete Carter Houston, B.A., Xavier University, 1940. Education.

Joseph T. Hron, B.Ed., Chicago Teachers College, 1953. Education.

Judith Ann Hughes, B.A., West Virginia University, 1961. French.

Emanuel Hurwitz, Jr., B.S., University of Illinois, 1960. Education.

Henry Michael Jackson, B.S., Southern University, 1956. Education.

Judith Emily Jahant, B.S., Eastern Illinois University, 1959. English.

Donald Dean Johnson, B.S., University of Illinois, 1961. Speech.

Harriet Ann Johnson, A.B., Augustana College, 1958. Education.

Joan Ann Johnston, B.A., Lake Forest College, 1958. Education.

Judith J. Juers, B.A., Knox College, 1952. Education.

Annette M. Kaleita, B.S., California State Teachers College, 1954; M.Ed., Duquesne

University, I960. Speech.
Anita S. Kapsis, B.A., Northwestern University, 1937. French.

Klaus Joachim Karger, Eq. of bach., Ludwig Maxim University (Munich), 1960.
German.

June H. Kase, A.B., Valparaiso University, 1940. Education.
Carol Ellen Kearney, B.A., DePauw University, 1961. Speech.
Larry E. Kennedy, B.S., Northwestern University, 1958. Speech.
Jane Price Kirby, B.A., West Virginia University, 1961. Education.
Lucille Washington Knox, B.A., Miles College, 1947. Education.



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ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH COMMENCEMENT



Sonja Knudsen, B.A., University of Minnesota, 1960. Education.

George Myron Knudtson, Jr., B.S., Wisconsin State College, 1957. Education.

Janet Lee Kosse, B.A., University of Michigan, 1961. Speech.

Eugene J. Kuklinski, B.S., Indiana University, 1955. Education.

Yvonne Renee Kunz, B.A., Midland College, 1961. Speech.

Otha Lee Kyles, B.A., Rust College, 1946. Education.

Ruth Anderson Kyles, B.S., Rust College, 1952. Education.

Bernard J. Langr, B.S., Mankato State College, 1957. Spanish.

Elisabeth Lapeyre, Eq. of bach.. University of Rennes (France), 1959. French.

Wilma Jean Lawrenz, B.A., Elmhurst College, 1957. English.

Ghislaine Lecours, B.A., University of Ottawa, 1946. Anthropology.

Dorothy Eleanor Lee, B.S. in Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1959. Sociology.

James Edward Lightner, B.A., Western Maryland College, 1958. Education.

Beatrice Kathleen Lusk, B.S., Eastern Illinois University, 1959. English.

Sara Jane MacLean, B.A., Northwestern University, 1949. English.

James Macy, B.A., Sacred Heart Seminary, 1951. Speech.

Dorothy Carlson Marchi, B.S., University of Nebraska, 1943. Education.

George Edwin Mark, B.S., Lock Haven State College, 1961. Education.

Jack Donald McFadden, B.A., Cornell University, 1958. Education.

Lillian Linda McFarland, B.Ed., National College of Education, 1949. Education.

Annie L. Heard McGowan, B.S., Jackson State College, 1951. Education.

Emogene L. McMutury, B.S., A.M. and N. College (Arkansas), 1953. Education.

Evelina Kaminskas Mickevicius, B.A., University of Illinois, 1959. German.

Gwendolyn Missildine, B.A., Alabama College, 1957. Education.

Elizabeth Marie Mittelsteadt, B.Ed., Wisconsin State College, 1958. Education.

William George Mohrhusen, B.S. in Ed., University of Wisconsin, 1946. Education.

James Audrey Moody, Jr., B.A., Vanderbilt University, 1961. English.

Mary Lou Moore, B.S., University of Illinois, 1951. Education.

Ruth V. Morgan, B.S., Platteville State Teachers College, 1942. Education.

Evie Rue Morris, B.S., Winston-Salem Teachers College, 1958. Education.

Donald F. Musil, B.S., Illinois State Normal University, 1958. Education.

Lois Mcintosh Nation, B.S., Southeastern State College, 1935. Education.

Priscilla Mabelle Neale, A.B., Wheaton College, 1956. Speech.

Susan Phyliss Nechine, B.S., Northwestern University, 1961. Speech.

Jack P. Nelson, B.A., Valparaiso University, 1956. English.

John Neubauer, B.A., Amherst College, 1960. German.

Mary Margaret Nilan, B.A., Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart, 1961.
Speech.

Paul Gustave Nilsen, Jr., A.B., Upsala College, 1953. Education.

Wayne O. Olsen, B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1960. Speech.

Virginia Hollowell Ottinger, B.S., University of Illinois, 1956. Education.

Tom M. Pagna, B.S., Miami University, 1954. Education.

Jean Marie Pancner, B.S., Northwestern University, 1960. Education.

Fay J. Paras, B.A., Northwestern University, 1960. History.

Anna Louise Parker, B.S., Northwestern University, 1953. Education.

Meribah J. Peterson, B.A., University of Illinois, 1929. Education.

Charles W. Pezoldt, B.S., Rice University, 1955. Education.

Richard William Pick, B.A., Valparaiso University, 1957. Speech.

Barbara Marland Plotnick, A.B.. Syracuse University, 1960. Education.

Florence Ann Ras, A.B., Barat College, 1945. Speech.

Alene Hickam Reeves, B.A., Southern Illinois University, 1931. Education.
Abigail R. Remaley, A.B., University of Chicago, 1938. English.
Constance Vivian Renick, B.S., West Virginia State College, 1943. Education.
Douglas Grey Robertson, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1957. Speech.
Huraberto E. Robles, B.A., Queens College, 1961. Spanish.
Claudine H. Rolfs, B.A., Parsons College, 1951. Education.
Richard William Ronvik, B.S., Northwestern University, 1958. Education.
Lorraine H. Rubin, B.S., Northwestern University, 1942. Education.
Lucille Reese Ruth, B.A., Northwestern University, 1959. Education.
Mary Jane Schultz, B.S.. Northern Illinois University, 1956. Education.
Donald George Schumacher, B.S., Northwestern University, 1961. Speech.
Donna Melodie Shpikula, B.A., Clarke College, 1961. Speech.
Ruth Priscilla Simms, B.A., Talladega College, 1958. Sociology.



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Tom L. B. Sloan, B.F.A., University of Nebraska, 1960. Art.
Shirley J. Smith, A.B., Wheaton College, 1955. Speech.

Gilbert J. Spanbauer, B.S., Wisconsin State Teachers College, 1944. Education.

Nathaniel Stampfer, B.S., Loyola University, 1961. Education.

Teresa Stilo, B.A., College of New Rochelle, 1961. Speech.

Peter W. Stine, A.B., Asbury College, 1961. English.

Elaine E. Sugai, B.Ed., University of Hawaii, 1953. Education.

Linnea Ann Swanson, B.S., University of Illinois, 1960. Speech.

Richard H. Sweetman, Jr., B.A., University of Colorado, 1961. Speech.

Pauline M. Swisher, B.S., Northwestern University, 1956. Education.

Edith Lee Teper, B.S., Western Reserve University, 1961. Speech.

Deborah Theurer, B.S., Vanderbilt University, 1961. Speech.

William Anthony Toohey, A.B.. University of Notre Dame, 1952; M.A., Holy Cross

College, 1961. Speech.
Gerhard W. Vosshall, Eq. of bach.. University of Cologne, 1960. Economics.
Emily Sue Wadsworth, B.S., Northwestern University, 1959. English.
Edna Lorang Waldron, B.S., St. Xavier College, 1936. Education.
John Thomas Walsh, A.B., Spring Hill College, 1940; M.A., Fordham University,

1942. Speech.

Annie Marie Watkins, B.A., Northwestern University, 1961. Mathematics.

Mariem F. Westrich, B.A., University of Michigan, 1961. Speech.

Carolyn Sue Wetzel, B.S., West Virginia University, 1961. Speech.

Gerald L. Wilkens, B.S. in Ed., Northern Illinois University, 1958. Education.

Rosena J. Willis, B.S., Bluefield State College, 1953. Education.

Mary Louise Zahm, A.B., Mundelein College, 1952. Education.

Donald R. Zauche, B.A., Western Maryland College, 1957. German.

Robert D. Zechel, B.A., Grinnell College, 1956. English.



MASTER OF ARTS IN TEACHING

Steven Kent Bach, B.A., Northwestern University, 1961. Education.

Marion I. Banish, B.A., University of Illinois, 1960. Education. ,

Paul Bestock, B.A., Northwestern University, 1960. Education.

Lucinda Ruth Boyd, B.A., Northwestern University, 1959. Education.

Patrick S. Bresnan, B.S., Loyola University, 1960. Education.

Joyce Kathryn Dudash, B.A., Oberlin College, 1961. Education.

Barbara L. Kegler, B.A., Northwestern University, 1961. Education.

Hania O. Kozminski, B.A., University of Wisconsin, 1961. Education.

Terrence Eugene Leonard, B.A., University of Notre Dame, 1961. Education.

Jack Lowry, Jr., B.A., Beloit College, 1957. Education.

Arthur V. B. Tebbutt, B.A., Princeton University, 1959. Education.

Frances Louise Wagner, B.A., DePauw University, 1961. Education.

Mary Melissa Watson, B.A., DePauw University, 1961. Education.



MASTER OF SCIENCE

Anathakrishnan Vaidyanathan, B.S., Bombay University (India), 1960. Chemical
Engineering.

Franz E. Anderson, B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1960. Geology.

Genevieve Barrieux, Eq. of bach., Maisons d'Education de la Legion d'honneur
(France), 1951. Physiology.

Aziz Behkami, Eq. of bach., Teheran University (Iran), 1959. Physics.

John Nicholas Beshara, B.Eng., Carleton University (Canada), 1961. Civil Engineer-
ing.

Owen Charles Boyle, B.S., National University of Ireland, 1960. Civil Engineering.
Robert John Burm, B.S., Marquette University, 1961. Civil Engineering.
Merrill J. Clark, B.S., Northern Illinois University, 1959. Biology.
Joseph Eugene Doninger, B.S., University of Illinois, 1961. Chemical Engineering.
Okan Ekiner, B.S., Robert College (Turkey), 1961. Chemical Engineering.
George Joseph Farris, B.S., Iowa State University, 1959. Chemical Engineering.
Claude Yvon Gagnon, B.Sc, University of Montreal, 1961. Civil Engineering.



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ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH COMMENCEMENT



Paul William Grabow, B.S., Michigan State University, 1961. Electrical Engineering.
David Lee Guell, B.S., Northwestern University, 1961. Civil Engineering.
Philip Herbert Hartung, B.S., Northwestern University, 1961. Industrial Engineer-
ing.

Jacques Hubert, B.Eng., McGill University, 1961. Civil Engineering.
Thomas J. Keilman, B.S., Northwestern University, 1961. Civil Engineering.
Aizad Nawaz Khan, B.S., Utah State University, 1957. Civil Engineering.
Peter Anthony Kivic, B.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1960. Biology.
Alvin Edward Knox, B.S., Northwestern University, 1959. Electrical Engineering.
Ryotaro Kotani, B.S., University of Osaka, 1958; M.S., 1960. Chemistry.
Lalwaney Narain Shamdas, B.S., University of Bombay (India), 1947. Materials
Science.

Edward H. Liebold, B.S., Northwestern University, 1954. Civil Engineering.
Gustav Robert Lofgren, Jr., B.S., University of Illinois, 1954. Physics.
Mary Janet Long, B.A., Kalamazoo College, 1961. Biology.
Robert Willard Lowe, B.S., Iowa Wesleyan College, 1961. Microbiology.
Gurucharan Prasad Mathur, B.S., University of Bombay (India), 1961. Chemical
Engineering.

Michael J. Moore, B.S., Northwestern University, 1959; M.D., 1962. Anatomy.
William Leo Nighan, B.M.E., University of Dayton, 1961. Mechanical Engineering.
Ramesh Prasad Pant, B.S., Michigan State University, 1961. Electrical Engineering.
Clifford Raymond Perry, Jr., B.S., Wayne State University, 1961. Mathematics.
George Lawrence Peterson, B.S., University of Utah, 1962. Civil Engineering.
Ronald Charles Pfefer, B.S., Illinois Institute of Technology, 1961. Civil Engineer-
ing.

Jose Antonio Plaza Asenjo, B.S., Escuela Tecnica Superior de Ingenieros de Caminos
(Madrid), 1952. Civil Engineering.

James Joseph Rechtien, B.S., Purdue University, 1960. Materials Science.

Lawrence Allen Reed, B.S., University of Minnesota, 1961. Chemical Engineering.

Rene Robitaille, B.Sc, Laval University, 1961. Civil Engineering.

Charles Lee Rulon, B.S., Northwestern University, 1961. Biology.

W. Richard Schmeal, B.S., University of Illinois, 1961. Chemical Engineering.

Robert B. Schmidt, B.S., University of Illinois, 1941. Electrical Engineering.

Yuksel A. Selcukoglu, B.Sc, Robert College (Turkey), 1958. Mechanical Engineering.

Matthew C. Sielski, B.S., University of Michigan, 1938. Civil Engineering.

Thomas Gordon Smith, B.S., University of Detroit, 1961. Chemical Engineering.

William Donald Stillwell, B.M.E., Clarkson College of Technology, 1960. Mechan-
ical Engineering.

Frederick A. Struve III, A.B., Rutgers University, 1959. Psychology.
Richard Ching-An Sun, B.S., Missouri School of Mines, 1959. Materials Science.
Carl Nathan Swerdloft, B.C.E., Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, 1961. Civil Engineer-
ing.

Villem Tammekivi, B.Eng., McGill University, 1956. Civil Engineering.
Alfredo A. Tinoco, M.D., University of Central Venezuela, 1958. Dentistry.
Ford Van Hagen, A.B., Princeton University, 1951; M.D., Northwestern University,
1955. Surgery.

Mustafa Vidinli, M.D., University of Ankara, 1949. Medicine.

Melvin Lawrence Wasserman, B.Che., Cooper Union, 1961. Chemical Engineering.

Stuart D. Werner, B.S., University of Illinois, 1961. Civil Engineering.

Ronald Mitchell Wolosewick, B.S., Northwestern University, 1960. Mechanics.



MASTER OF SCIENCE IN DENTISTRY
Frank S. Ryan, D.D.S., Northwestern University, 1946.



DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS
Peter Ignatius Carberry John Guide Ferrari



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PRIZES AND HONORS



ALL-UNIVERSITY PRIZES

THE JOHN B. KIRK PRIZES IN ORATORY: Herbert M. Atherton (first), Kath-
erine B. Lindfelt (second), Margaret Skorpinski (third)

MILTON s. FLORSHEiM PRIZES FOR DEBATE: David A. Copus, J. Kay Felt,
Jeffrey R. Sampson, James P. Smith, William E. Snyder, P. Gary
Werskey

CUMNOCK DEBATE PRIZES: Samuel A. Bleicher, Charles L. Brock, Jerome
E. Egel, Robert S. Hoberg, Fred T. Plog, III

AGNEss LAW DEBATE PRIZES: Mary Carol Blomgren, J. Kay Felt

NORTHERN ORATORICAL LEAGUE CONTEST: Herbert M. AthcrtoH



HARDY SCHOLARS
In the Graduating Class—School of Law

Gerald M. Caplan, 1960-63
(3 years)

Note and Comment Editor, Northwestern University
Law Review

Lester Arthur Jensen, 1960-63
(1 year)

Reviews Editor, Northwestern University
Law Review

William H. Oswald, 1960-63
(3 years)

Donald B. Pedersen, 1960-63
(3 years)



Clarion

Undergraduate

H. Russell Barefield
Jerome E. Egel
Phillip S. Fry
Allan E. Goodman
Gary L. Goodman
Robert S. Hoberg
C. Wesley Morriston
Fred T. Plog, III
David N. Smith
James F. Smith
William E. Snyder
John D. Strickler
P. Gary Werskey



Hardy Scholars in School

School of Law

David Boies
Craig W. Christensen
Gary W. Dahnke
Howard Friedman
Kenneth G. Hance
Jack C. Morse



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ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH COMMENCEMENT



THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

BONBRiGHT SCHOLARSHIP: Walter Ames Compton
JAMES scholarship: Michael Parry Mazur
MARCY scholarship: Craig Ward Holt
HEARST scholar IN HISTORY: Michael Parry Mazur
SARETT scholarship: Glenn Lewis Paulson



PHI BETA KAPPA



Class of 1963

Stephanie Isabel Ackley
•Herbert McDonald Atherton

Alex John Bart, Jr.
•Elizabeth Kraft Berman

Samuel Abram Bleicher

Barbara Jane Brauer
•Edwin E. Breitenbach

Elaine Hedy Cooper

Sue Carol Cummings

Carolyn Louise Curtis

Forrest Donald Dill

Ronald Charles Flemal

Diane Rae Gruner
•Catherine Anne Gullo

Douglas Lowell Hintzman

William Arch Hoisington, Jr.

Craig Ward Holt

Susan Hilary Houston

Sara Elizabeth King
•Andrew Peter Klaus



James Phillip Levine
Marilyn Schaefer Lockett
Elsie Anne MacDonald
John Earl Malmstad
•Michael Parry Mazur
♦Susan Fuller Mcllvaine
•Sharon Elaine Monahan

Mary Elizabeth Moore
•Anita Carol Muse

Carl O'Neal Page, Jr.
•Glenn Lewis Paulson
Charles Eugene Robinson
Charles Alva Rogers
Linda Barbara Schlueter
Rolland James Siiter
Christa Franziska Suttner
•Thomas Anders Thompson
Bernice Elaine Timm
Robert Leigh Ward
Susan Ellen Willers



Class of 1964



Carol Lou Carbone
Barbara Ann Fleming
Mary Ann Frase
Roslyn Beth Gill
Judith Claire Greasley
Anne Carolyn Johnson
Edward William Kaiser
Richard Alan Macken



Thomas Ashley McCown
William Ring Paschong
Thomas Edwin Schulze
Elizabeth Ann Schwenn
Morton Sumner Skorodin
Michael Joseph Spector
Susan Kaye Springborg



J. SCOTT CLARK PRIZE: Barry G. Brissman

CHI OMEGA SOCIAL SCIENCE AWARD: Aunc Johnson

FARiCY AWARD FOR POETRY: William A. Henkin, Daniel F. Johnson

NATIONAL LEAGUE OF AMERICAN PEN WOMEN AWARD: Linda C. O'Rior-

dan

SHUMAN SCHOLARSHIPS: Jeffrey L. Gordon, Fred W. Steffen



*Elected as Juniors in 1962



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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY



August, 1962



PHI BETA KAPPA



Thomas Dale Morgan



BACHELOR OF ARTS
Degree Awarded With Highest Distinction
Thomas Dale Morgan

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION
Degree Awarded With Highest Distinction

Myra Jane Tank



THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE



LESLIE BRAINARD AREY (PHI BETA Pi) AWARD: Alcx John Bart

FREDERICK H. RAWSON, JR., SCHOLARSHIP: Douglas Walter Soderdahl
PHI RHO SIGMA AWARD: Susan F. Anderson
EDWARD R. HAYES SCHOLARSHIP: Philip E. Cryer
RUFUS H. SAGE SCHOLARSHIP: Leonard J. Comess



ALPHA SIGMA LAMBDA



Rita Madonna Finnegan
Carol Margaret Keefer
Agnes Shaughnessy Kelly
Maurice Dennis O'Hern



Gloria Kerdman Roseman
Neil Stephen Shamberg
Anita Weber
Eleanore Lickus Zayner



ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA



Susan F. Anderson
Irun R. Cohen
John E. Dunn
Sandra Jane Forbes
Robert Joseph Frank
Robert James Hays
Norman L. Jacobson
Carl Henry Kjobech
Lawrence Klein
Richard Samuel Kronenberg
J. Martin Lebowitz
Thomas A. Neff



William E. Powers, Jr.
Stephen Lee Propeck
John F. G. Rooks
Sidney H. Rosenheim
Joel G. Sacks
Thomas Alan Seemayer
Emanuel Semerad
William V. R. Shellow
Jon Herman Stenseth
Martin G. White
David Porter Winchester



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ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH COMMENCEMENT



THE SCHOOL OF LAW



LOWDEN-wiGMORE PRIZES: Legal Publications Members: Barbara G.
Caruso (first), Gerald M. Caplan (second); Moot Court II: Mer-
ritt L. Murry (best oral argument), Jerome E. Wexler (second
best oral argument), Merritt L. Murry-Thomas R. Slaughter and
W. Kent Brandon-Joseph V. Simeri (tie for best brief), Merritt L.
Murry-Thomas R. Slaughter (winning team), W. Kent Brandon-
Joseph V. Simeri (second place team).

wiGMORE key: Rex Kellough



LOVEDALE SCHOLARSHIP: Vance Jefferis
PHI BETA scholarship: Robert S. Wolf
JUNIOR scholarship: Jacqueline E. Fields
SOPHOMORE scholarship: Donna L. Burton

EDGEWATER DRAMA STUDY CLUB SCHOLARSHIP: Kenneth L. Chomont
DRAMA CLUB OF EVANSTON SCHOLARSHIPS: Niki L. Flacks, Marcus L.
Overton, Jeffrey D. Pomerantz, James E. Shannon

FRIENDS OF DRAMA SCHOLARSHIPS: Rayc John Birk, Lynn Carol Stan-
ton, Robert L. Stark
DELTA ZETA SCHOLARSHIP: Patricia Ann Lutz
WIND RADIO scholarship: Jerry M. Lowe

THE MCA GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP IN CREATIVE WRITING: Allan W. Town-

send

WINIFRED WARD PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN CHILDREN'S THEATRE: Virginia

D. Huntoon

THEATRE DEPARTMENT PRIZE: Kenneth I. Frankcl

MARY PETERSON GILBERT ('97) PRIZE: William E. Snyder

LUCIA MAY wiANT AWARD: Gilbert A. Haggart

RALPH DENNIS PRIZE FOR SONNET READING: Arlcne J. Nadel

INTERPRETATION HONORS: Jcwcll P. Fitzgerald, Young-Ja Kim (grad-
uate); Herbert A. Golden, Jerry M. Lowe (undergraduate)

PUBLIC SPEAKING HONORS: Fred T. Plog, III

RADIO, TELEVISION, AND FILM HONORS: Service Award: David M. Dill-
man; Writing: Heidi de Ocampo and Nestor U. Torre; Announc-



ORDER OF THE COIF



Gerald M. Caplan
Barbara Caruso
Richard H. Compere



Lester A. Jensen
James L. Marovitz
Robert L. Rabin



THE SCHOOL OF SPEECH



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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY



ing: Allen B. Shaw, Jr.; Production: Radio— Claudia J. Griesbach;
Television— Robert R. Sprentall; Film— G. Hayden Brown, and
Linda L. Testement

AUDiOLOGY honors: Judith A. Rassi (graduate), Jeannette I. Seloover
(graduate)

DEAF EDUCATION AND GUIDANCE: Richard R. Kretschmer (graduate),
Mary Jo Krueck (undergraduate)

LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY HONORS: Naomi P. Kershman (graduate)

SPEECH PATHOLOGY HONORS: Barbara B. Walvoord (graduate); Susan
L. Freed (undergraduate); Honor Member of Sigma Alpha Eta:
Sandra Leah Peterson

SPEECH EDUCATION HONORS: Ruth J. Berkoff, Roma L. Bradley, Richard
Bruce Hyde, Barbara Oberg Novak, Nancy Newcomer Wilson;
Zeta Phi Eta Award for Outstanding Achievement: Joyce Ann
DeGroot

THEATRE HONORS: Acting— Niki L. Flacks, Vance Jefferis; Excellence
in Design— Suzanne Sessions; Excellence in Directing— Conrad J.
Bishop



AMERICAN COLLEGE OF DENTISTS AWARD: John Crafford Holman III

THE ODONTOGRAPHic SOCIETY AWARD: Niles Walter Herrod

INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF DENTISTS AWARD: Jamcs Kiyoshi Hayakawa

AMERICAN ACADEMY OF GOLD FOIL OPERATORS AWARD: Larry George
Bamesberger

AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ORAL ROENTGENOLOGY AWARD: Larry George

Bamesberger

THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF DENTISTRY FOR CHILDREN AWARD: Harold Joe

Koppel

AMERICAN ACADEMY OF DENTAL MEDICINE AWARD: William Nicol Mc-

Gilchrist

EDWARD CANNING PRIZE: Stanley Paul Blair

c. V. MosBY awards: George Shigeki Befu, Donald Raymond Berg,
Norton Lewis Donner, Robert Eugene Griffin, Joel Barry Sykes



THE SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY



OMICRON KAPPA UPSILON



Donald Raymond Berg
Stanley Paul Blair
Niles Walter Herrod



John Crafford Holman III
Harold Joe Koppel
Abelardo Lopez



SIGMA PHI ALPHA



Karin Lynn Allison
Joan Karin Lodeski



Nancy Christine Thomas



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ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH COMMENCEMENT



THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC



FREDRiK A. CHRAMER SCHOLARS: Lcon Leonard Hicks, Elizabeth Ann
Kirkpatrick, William Sidney Woodruff

EVANSTON MUSIC CLUB SCHOLARSHIP: Margaret Rose Shultz

WILLIAM T. FARicY AWARD FOR CREATIVE MUSIC: Wilhelmine Bennett

WADE FETZER AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN PERFORMANCE: Margaret RoSC

Shultz

WADE FETZER FUND SCHOLARSHIP: Frederick David Erickson

EDWIN B. GARRiGUES FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP: Barbara Ann Wirth

ANNA SCHAUFFLER LOCKWOOD AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN STRING MUSIC:

Robert Alan Sanov
JOSEPHINE c. MAGNANi FUND SCHOLARSHIP: Joannc Arlene Lindstrom

GERALD OWEN MC DONALD AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN OPERA: William

Sidney Woodruff

RUSSELL v. AND HAZEL B. MORGAN AWARDS FOR SCHOLARLY WRITING IN

MUSIC EDUCATION AT THE MASTER'S LEVEL: Carolyn Virginia
Needels, Stephen William Schultz

MU PHI EPSILON NORTH SHORE ALUMNAE SERVICE AWARDS: Arlene Louise

Hamley, Winona Kay Powell

MU PHI EPSILON NORTH SHORE ALUMNAE SCHOLARSHIP AWARD: Barbara

Ann Blakeman

MU PHI EPSILON NATIONAL STERLING MORTON ACHIEVEMENT AWARD:

Sally Ann Sheirer
PHI BETA scholarship: Carol Elizabeth Froehlich
PI kappa lambda scholarship: Glenda Marie Ostlund
coRiNNE FRADA PICK MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP: San-San Lie
SIGMA ALPHA IOTA dean's HONOR: Nancy Ruth Hoffman
SIGMA ALPHA IOTA ALUMNAE CHAPTER AWARD: Margaret Rose Shultz
SIGMA ALPHA IOTA HONORS CERTIFICATE: Glenda Marie Ostlund
SUMMY-BIRCHARD PUBLISHING COMPANY AWARD: Ruth Kathryu Johnson



PI KAPPA LAMBDA



Mary Louise Almjeld
Susan Rae Anderson
Clifford Earl Biggs
Paul Meredith Bolman, Jr.
Virginia Ann Cruikshank
Ned Russell De Journett
Roger James Folstrom
Carol Elizabeth Froehlich
Arlene Louise Hamley
Wilma Leone Heitman
Peter Roger Herr
Ruth Kathryn Johnson



Cornelia Mace Kline
Camilla Hope Larson
Donald William Looser
Robert Clair Rayfield
Dwight William Robinson
Stephen William Schultz
Jo Ann Gennock Shrawder
Avonelle Stevenson
Meng-Kong Tham
Thomas David Thompson
Dwight Eugene Weldy
Barbara Ann Wirth



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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY



THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS



Graduate School of Business Administration



BETA

Roger Leighton Beck
William Jude Hank
James Edward Kilponen
Harry Fessler Lavo
Robert Dennis Lewis
Donald Dwain Longley



SIGMA

Joseph Calder Miller
James Joseph O'Sullivan, Jr.
William Robert Perkins III
Paul Ingham Puddington
Kenneth Allan Sablik
Harvey Richard Tucker



The Undergraduate School



BETA GAMMA SIGMA



William Lee Achenbach
Phillip Jackson Bell
John Henry Blixen
Ernest Eugene Carter
Rudolph Emerson Farber
Maribelle Gannon
Roger Clay Hampsmire
Jerome Martin Jurs
David Lee Klott
Adam Lawrence Kreps
Michael Newman Maurer



Russell Martin Moore
James Jeffrey Morris, Jr.
William Finch Moseley
Paul Winn Murgatroyd
Jeffrey Louis Pope
Lawrence Sherwin Revsine
Dennis William Rocheleau
John Henry Kelly Shannahan, Jr.
Stephen Dennis Sugarman
Sherwin Stanley Zeitlin



HONORS IN INDEPENDENT STUDY

Phillip Jackson Bell William Finch Moseley

John Henry Blixen Paul Winn Murgatroyd

Katherine Karol Hahn Jeffrey Louis Pope

Russell Martin Moore Sherwin Stanley Zeitlin



THE MEDILL SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM

HARRINGTON MEMORIAL AWARDS: Advertising major: Frederick William
Frailey; Newspaper major: Richard Eugene Steele; Magazine
major: Jeffrey Edward Lowenthal; Television and Radio major:
Richard Neil Ostling

DOROTHY CARLYLE AWARD: Kathleen Simon Ross

SIGMA DELTA CHI CITATION OF ACHIEVEMENT: Jere Waite Bruner

BORDEN award: Karen Stokoe



KAPPA

Jere Waite Bruner
Ingrun Lafleur
Susan Gail Hechtman
John Andrew Prestbo
John Farrell Cullicott



TAU ALPHA

Michael Richard Cart
Mary Clare Ames
Jay Brown Wright
Hope Justus Ehrman



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ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH COMMENCEMENT



THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION



John E. Farr



Honors In Education

Susan A. Steinbach



PI LAMBDA THETA



Pamela Ames
Sally Armentrout
Ellen Bauder
Lynne Bradley
Michele Breit
Linda Burke
Jane Byars
Lucille Carnahan
JoRene Crosby
Sue Cummings
Louise Dingledy
Lilly Eide
Susan Erickson
Gloria Fishman
Alice Garey
Iris Glazer
Ellen Greenwald
Mary Hein
Mary Hicks
Barbara Hosteller
Katherine Howell



Julia Joung
Mary Kitkowski
Nancy Markstein
Alice Murata
Kathleah Nelson
Dolores Nicosia
Hazel Pensock
Mary Ann Rademacher
Donna Reyburn
Ina Rosenblatt
Anita Ross
Lorraine Rubin
Linda Schleuter
Helen Schwede
Adrienne Smith
Susan Steinbach
Nancy Swan
Martha Switzer
Lillian Vittenson
Donna Winn



THE TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE

OVID w. ESHBACH AWARD: Sherman McKay Shand
HAMILTON award: Robert Emmanuel Streitmatter

ALPHA PI MU
Kenneth William McMahon Carl William Vogel



ETA KAPPA NU



Ward J. Collis
Michael Francis Elliott
Allois Fredrich Geiersbach
Paul Hentzel
Paul Roy Kalata



Kenneth William McMahon
Sherman McKay Shand
William F. Stasior
Paul H. Wittman



PI TAU SIGMA



Vernon Leslie Bailey, Jr.
Melbourne George Briscoe
David Allen Freiwald
Bernt George Peterson



Robert Francis Sullivan
Thomas Wayne Tourville
John Walter VanShoyck



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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY



•Carroll Ikerd Ammar
Vernon Leslie Bailey, Jr.
Robert William Bickes, Jr.
James David Buch
Ward J. CoUis
David Allen Dixon
David Allen Freiwald
Allois Fredrich Geiesbach
William Carl Gilmore
Michael Grey Griffith
Edwin David Hausmann



TAU BETA PI

Melvyn Evans HuflE

James Alexander Morton III

Sherman McKay Shand

William F. Stasior

Robert Emmanuel Streitmatter

Thomas Wayne Tourville

Carl William Vogel

Paul H. Wittman

Charles Douglas Young

Harold Edward Zealley



*Honorary Member



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ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH COMMENCEMENT



Additional Prizes and Honors announced too late for publication
in this program in the usual order of listing by schools.



THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

PHI BETA KAPPA PRIZE: Michael Parry Mazur



DEPARTMENTAL HONORS



BIOLOGY



Robert David Lerner
Ann Allyn MacDonald
David Glenn Maze
Sharon Elaine Monahan

CHEMISTRY

James Philip Bays
Sue Carol Cummings
Craig Ward Holt
Larry Gene Howell
Alan Cooper Luntz
Robert Fredrick Nelson
Glenn Lewis Paulson
Judith Anne Schneebeck
Pweh Boon Tjok

CLASSICAL LANGUAGES

Linda Barbara Schlueter

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE

Walter Ames Compton
Mary Elizabeth Moore
Dawn O'Hara Munro

ECONOMICS

Samuel Abram Bleicher
Robert Downing Cecil
Jerald Paul Esrick
Enrol Glustoff
Franklin W. Nitikman
Harriet Telsa Ruben
Thomas Anders Thompson



ENGLISH



Carolyn Burrows
Harry Hewlett Dawson
Karen Rachel Gordon
Linda Lou Lyman
Elsie Anne Mac Donald
Donald Thaddeus Marleski
Susan Fuller Mcllvaine
Bernice Elaine Timm



Ronald Charles Flemal



Jonathan Thomas Howe
Richard Alan Macken
John Rudolph Monson
Michelle Lynn Rollins

MATHEMATICS

Roger Lee Cooke

PHILOSOPHY

Robert James Baum
Edgar Griswold Crane, Jr.
Ann Cynthia Kneen
Susan Regnery

PHYSICS

Charles Alva Rogers

POLiriCAL SCIENCE

John Colerick Berghoff
Gaylor Maurice Bonham
Albert Davison Bowers
James Alan Burstein
Edgar Griswold Crane, Jr.
David Allen Copus
Linda Drown
Paul William Engstrom
Diane Rae Gruner
Donald AVitt Hadley, Jr.
James Phillip Levine
Jerry Francis Medler
Judson Hirsch Miner
Charles Eugene Robinson
Fred Eugene Schlegel
George Elmer Spink

PSYCHOLOGY

Walter James Dowling
Douglas Lowell Hintzman
Kay Christine Kujala
Rhoda Jean Levy
Patricia Ann McFerren
Rolland James Siiter
Janice Rae Westlund

ROMANCE LANGUAGES

Catherine Anne Gullo



Carolyn Louise Curtis

Herbert McDonald Atherton
Joanne Fox

William Arch Hoisington, Jr.



Marianne Janice King
John Earl Malmstad

SOCIOLOGY

Mickey Kenneth Clampit
Forrest Donald Dill



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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY



BACHELOR OF ARTS



Degrees Awarded With Highest Distinction

Herbert McDonald Atherton Catherine Anne Gullo

Edwin E. Breitenbach Anne Carolyn Johnson

Elaine Hedy Cooper James Phillip Levine

Carolyn Louise Curtis John Earl Malmstad

Forrest Donald Dill Michael Parry Mazur

Diane Rae Gruner Bernice Elaine Timm



Degrees Ai

Elizabeth Kraft Berman
Gaylor Maurice Bonham
Roger Lee Cooke
Sue Carol Cummings
Carol Ann Dilibert
Douglas Lowell Hintzman
Susan Hilary Houston
Kay Christine Kujala
Elsie Anne MacDonald
Richard Alan Macken



With Distinction

Sharon Elaine Monahan
Anita Carol Muse
Susan Fuller Mcllvaine
Charles Eugene Robinson
Forrest Glen Robinson
Linda Barbara Schlueter
Rolland James Siiter
Christa Franziska Suttner
Robert Leigh Ward
Susan Ellen Willers



BACHELOR OF PHILOSOPHY
Degrees Awarded With Distinction
Agnes Shaughnessy Kelly Neil Stephen Shamberg



THE SCHOOL OF LAW

JURIS DOCTOR

Degree Awarded With Distinction
Barbara Gariepy Caruso



THE SCHOOL OF SPEECH



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SPEECH

Degrees Awarded With Highest Distinction

Conrad Joy Bishop Mary Jo Krueck

Susan Lee Freed

Degrees Awarded With Distinction

Joyce Ann DeGroot Ruth Michele Gordon

Elizabeth Boswell Fisher Dodds



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ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH COMMENCEMENT



THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC

BACHELOR OF MUSIC
Degree Awarded With Distinction
Barbara Ann Wirth



THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS



MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



Degrees Awarded With Distinction

Meyer William Belovicz Joseph Calder Miller

Joseph Wayne Hamman James Joseph O 'Sullivan, Jr.

William Jude Hank William Robert Perkins III

Howard Charles Homeyer Paul Ingham Puddington

James Edward Kilponen Kenneth Allan Sablik

Harry Fessler Lavo Keith Allen Schmidt

Robert Dennis Lewis Richard Thomas Zeek



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Degrees Awarded With Highest Distinction

Rudolph Emerson Farber Jeffrey Louis Pope

David Lee Klott

Degrees Awarded With Distinction

Maribelle Gannon Lawrence Sherwin Revsine

Roger Clay Hampsmire John Henry Kelly Shannahan, Jr.

William Finch Moseley Sherwin Stanley Zeitlin

Paul Winn Murgatroyd



DELTA SIGMA PI PRIZE: Jeffrey Louis Pope



BETA GAMMA SIGMA
Katherine Karol Hahn



Evening Division

ALPHA KAPPA psi MEDALLION: William Ellis Dell
COMMERCE CLUB DEGREE AWARD: Jaiiies Michael Wetz
CONTROLLERS INSTITUTE ANNUAL AWARD: Frank Adam Kolek
DELTA SIGMA PI PRIZE: Javicr Cicero-Robledo

EPSiLON ETA PHI (MINNIE L. PETERSON) AWARD: Helen Margaret Kelly
LYDiAN LEADERSHIP AWARD: Patricia Harrington



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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY



OFFICE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION OF CHICAGO AWARD: Patricia MaC

O'Halloran

PHI CHI THETA PRIZE: Sigrid Ortman Cascio

PHI GAMMA Nu PRIZE: Mary Genevieve Halligan

psi GAMMA RHO (abner wolpert) PRIZE: Norris Wilbur Woldy

JOSEPH schaffner PRIZE (DEGREE PROGRAM): Sigrid Ortman Cascio

JOSEPH SCHAFFNER PRIZE (DIPLOMA PROGRAM): John Oster, Jr.

H. G. WRIGHT COMMERCE CLUB SCHOLARSHIP AWARD: Robert Charles
Brewer

DELTA Mu DELTA AWARD OF MERIT: Albert J. Escher



DELTA MU DELTA



Sylvia K. Bohrman
Richard Thomas Burns
Sigrid Ortman Cascio
Javier Cicero-Robledo
Wilbur Richard Daw
Lester Scott Graves
Hubert Heifer
Vanta Bernice Janulis



Jean J. Marsh
John Oster, Jr.
Jackson Lee Rosskamm
James Harris Schneider
Donald Edward Sunter
Harry H. Tiedemann
Joseph Edward Waddell
R. Dean White



BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Degree Awarded With Distinction
Sigfrid Ortman Cascio



THE MEDILL SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN JOURNALISM
Degree Awarded With Distinction
Jay Brown Wright

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN JOURNALISM
Degrees Awarded With Highest Distinction

Ingrun Lafleur Kathleen Simon Ross

Degrees Awarded With Distinction

Susan Gail Hechtman John Andrew Prestbo

BASTiAN MEMORIAL AWARD: Jay Brown Wright

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ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH COMMENCEMENT



THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION



Degrees Awarded With Highest Distinction

Sally Ann Armentrout Susan Arlin Steinbach

Marcia Lee Eisenstein

Degrees Awarded With Distinction

Sheila Joan Erdmann Douglas Lloyd Schaefer

Barbara Ilene Kaplan Nancy Goff Swan



THE TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE

Degrees Awarded With Highest Distinction

Vernon Leslie Bailey, Jr. Sherman McKay Shand

Melvyn Evans Huff Harold Edward Zealley

James Alexander Morton III

Degrees Awarded With Distinction

Ward J. Collis Edward Griffin Sheppard, Jr.

David Allen Dixon Thomas Wayne Tourville

Michael Grey Griffith Paul H. Wittman



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THE COMMISSIONS



COMMISSIONS AS ENSIGN IN THE LINE, U.S. NAVY



George W. Bechthold
Francis H. Dietz
Bill P. Jamnick
John L. Newton
John A. Powers, Jr.
Carter T. Reed



Thomas H. Rolfe
John W. Rotter
Raymond M. Thomas
Kenneth W. Thorson
Constantine Varelas
Pasquale A. Zambreno



COMMISSIONS AS ENSIGN IN THE LINE, U.S. NAVAL RESERVE



Brent Baker
John T. Conley
Raymond E. Gaebler
Timothy E. Jackson
Dixon R. Johnston



William A. Killen
Bruce L. Petersen
David P. Phipps
William M. Zachman
John Zambreno



COMMISSION AS ENSIGN IN THE SUPPLY CORPS, U.S. NAVY

Dennis W. H. Wong



COMMISSIONS AS ENSIGN IN THE

David F. Benko
John A. Bunge
Rudolph E. Farber



SUPPLY CORPS, U.S. NAVAL RESERVE

James F. Leahy, Jr.
William R. McClintock, Jr.
John H. K. Shannahan, V



COMMISSIONS AS SECOND LIEUTENANT IN THE U.S. MARINE CORPS

Michael W. Anderson Robert L. Getting

William R. Green Harold E. Zealley

Timothy A. Lamphier



COMMISSIONS AS SECOND LIEUTENANT IN THE U.S. MARINE CORPS RESERVE

Philip J. Bell Ronald R. Welpott

Donald W. Hadley, Jr.



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THE CAP AND GOWN



The cap and gown are worn by each participant in the Commence-
ment exercises. The cap is worn throughout the ceremonies, except
during the national anthem and the invocation. The tassel colors,
which indicate the different schools and departments, are as follows:



Graduate Black

Liberal Arts White

Medicine Green

Law Purple

Dentistry Lilac

Music Pink

Business Drab



Speech Silver Gray

Education Light Blue

Journalism Crimson

Technological Institute Orange

Traffic Institute Drab and White

Evanston Hospital, Passa-

vant Hospital, Chicago

Wesley Hospital Apricot



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COMMENCEMENT CHAIRMEN



UNIVERSITY CHAIRMAN joe w. miller

BACCALAUREATE CHAIRMAN chaplain ralph g. dunlop

CHIEF MARSHAL clarence ver steeg

Baccalaureate Marshal b. j. chandler

Chairman of Marshals for the Faculty at Commencement .... charlotte lee

Chairman of Marshals for Students at Commencement gerald l. smith

Marshal for Recipients of Honorary Degrees howard f. bennett

AUDITORIUM MARSHAL AT COMMENCEMENT . . . .ernest a. nordstrom

Lobby Marshal at Commencement jeremy wilson

Chairman of Door Marshals at Commencement charles longwell

Assistant Chairmen of Door Marshals Joseph downey,

SIDNEY RICHARDSON

Chainnan of Aisle Marshals at Commencement Murray d. myers

Assistant Chairman of Aisle Marshals william e. dietrich

Chairman of Ushers at Commencement Robert b. hatter

Assistant Chairman of Ushers ralph h. peterson

Chairman of Program Distributors charles a. hiatt

Chairman of Checkrooms james progar

Chairman of Parking Lots and Traffic frank m. Andrews

PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION AND

LUNCHEON . . KATHARINE GEORGE, YOLANDA BRUGALETTA, WILLARD J. BUNTAIN

DIPLOMAS CHAIRMAN henry e. mc adams

Diploma Assistants . . . .Robert s. breen, richard h. cole, richard j. doney,

GEORGE mc clay, EWALD V. NOLTE, KURT R. STOEHR, FRED M. WHITING

STAFF PERSONNEL arthur t. schmehling, Raymond e. willemain

CAPS AND GOWNS mrs. natalie weber

MUSIC GEORGE HOWERTON, JOHN P. PAYNTER

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE dr. leona b. yeager

PUBLICITY norbert hildebrand

STAFF ASSISTANTS mrs. melba peterson, mrs. ellen stew art,

MRS. ALED wold

ARRANGEMENTS m. e. ekberg, ernest a. nordstrom, charles l. olson,

J. C. SANDERSON

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