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Commencement Exercises

The University of Notre Dame

Notre Dame, Indiana

The Graduate School

The College of Arts and Letters

The College of Science

The College of Engineering

The College of Law

The College of Commerce

In The University Gymnasium

At -':00 p. m. (Central Standard Time)

June7, 1936


University Grand March

By the University Band

The Conferring of Degrees, by Rev. John F. O'Hara, C.S.C.,

President of the University

·The Address to Graduates, by Dr. William J. Mayo The Blessing, by the Most Reverend John F. Noll, D.O., ~ishop of Fort Wayne [2) Degrees Conferred

The University of Notre Dame announces the conferring of:

The Degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris causa, on:

Most Rev. Edward Mooney, D.D., Rochester, New York Hon. Francis Patrick Garvan, New York City Dr. William James Mayo, Rochester, Minnesota Dr. Charles Horace Mayo, Rochester, Minnesota Graduate School The Graduate School of the University announces

the conferring of:

The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy on:

Y~rk Thomas Basil Dorris, Utica, New B.S. in Ch.E., University of Notre Dame, 1933; M.S., ibid., 1934. Major subject: Organic Chemistry. Dissertation: "The Condensation, of Olefines with Acids in the Presence of Boron Trifluoride.", Rev. Joseph Aloysius Gierut,* Orchard Lake, Michigan A.B., St. Mary's College, Orchard Lake, Michigan, 1929; M.S., University of Notre Dame, 1934. Major subject: Organic Chemistry. Dissertation: "Organic Reactions with Silicon Tetrafluoride."

Donald Bernard Killian,** Canton, Ohio B.S. in Ch.E., University of Notre Dame, 1932; M.S., Ibid., 1934. Major subject: Chemistry. Dissertation: "Some Alcohol Addition Products of Substituted Acetylenes."

Charles Albert Young,** Huntertown, Indiana B.S., Purdue University, i933; M.S., University of Notre Dame, 1934.

:IIajor subject: Organic Chemistry. Dissertation: "The Nature and Properties of Acet::;iene Peroxides."

The Degree of Master of Arts on:

, Jerome Michael Boyle,* Gary, Indiana A.B., University of Notre Dame, 1935. Major subject: Philosophy, Dissertation: "The Concept of Obediential Potency in the Philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas."

• Cum Laude; ••Magna cum Laude; •••JUazima cum Laude.

[8] Francis Edward Cane,* Pasadena, California A.D., University of Arizona, 1934. :Major subject: Boy Guidance. Dissertation: "A Study of Commercial Dancing in the City of Los Angeles with Special Reference to Juveniles."

Brother Justin Dwyer,** of the Congregation of Holy Cross, Notre Dame, Indiana A.B., University of Notre Dame, 1932•. Major subject: Education.

Dissertation: "Classified Abstracts Submitted by Graduate Students in the Department of Education of the University of Notre Dame since the Establishment of the Department, in 1918."

John Lawrence Glanzner, Trenton, Illinos A.B., University of Notre Dame, 1935. Major subject: History. Dissertation: "The Journalistic Expressions of Fred J. Kern."

Thomas Venard Graves,* Galesburg, Illinois A.B., University of Notre Dame, 1935. Major subject: Philooopby.

Dissertation: "Theistic Notion in the Divine Comedy."

Rev. Benedict Leo Rubeck,* of the Order of Friars Minor Conventual, Floyd Knobs, Indiana Major subject: History. Dissertation: "The Practice of Poverty in the Franciscan Order According to the Papal Declarations, from 1230 to 1322."

Robert Francis Simmons, Rochester, New York A.D., University of Notre Dame, 1935. Major subject: Philosophy. Dissertation: "The Doctrine of the Common Good in the Works of St.

Thomas Aquinas."

The Degree of Master of Science on:

Rev. Gilbert Carl Bulfer,* of the Order of St. Benedict, Peru,

-Illinois A.B., St. Bede College, Peru, Dlinois, 1919. Major subject: Chemistry.

Dissertation: "Some Factors Influencing the· Decomposition of Sodium Sulfide."

Alfred Joseph Hiegel,** Conway, Arkansas B.S. in E.E., University of Notre Dame, 1934. Major subject: Physics.

Dissertation: "The Construction and Operation of a High-voltage Belttype Electrostatic Generator."

Edwin William Kenefake,** Robinson, Illinois B.S. in E.E., University of Notre Dame, 1934. Major subject: Physics.

Dissertation: "An Electrostatic Generating Voltmeter."

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The Degree of Bachelor of Arts on:

Robert Carl Albert, • Racine, Wisconsin Joseph Clarence Barber,* Erie, Pennsylvania Nell Charles Barnett, Saginaw, Michigan Carmi Anthony Belmont, •• Fall River, Massachusetts Roman Peter Belmont,• Geneva, New York Glenn Arthur Blake, Canton, Ohio Sebastian Bonet y Berga, Barcelona, Spain Charles Joseph Boyle, Duluth, Minnesota John Francis Britton, Pawling, New York Hamilton Paul Brown, Hibbing, Minnesota Brother Remlgius Bullinger, c.s.c.,• Notre Dame, Indiana John Charles Burke, c.s.c.,• Notre Dame, Indiana Robert Thomas Burke, • Louisville, Kentucky John Joseph Busichio, Elizabeth, New Jersey Conal Joseph Byrne,• Ardmore, Pennsylvania Anthony John Camperlengo, Yonkers, New York Frederick Joseph Caridoo, Mount Vernon, New York Paul Eugene Carrico, •• Lakeville, Indiana John Jeremiah Cashin,* Fayetteville, New York August Joseph Church,* North Plainfield, New Jersey Charles Henry C1ark, Plattsburg, New York John Vincent Coyne,• Chicago, Dllnois Harry James Cozad,* Rock Island, Dlinois Francis Xavier Deery, Indianapolis, Indiana John Joseph DeGarmo, Niles, Ohio Charles William DeGroote, Rolling Prairie, Indiana Henry Edward Dendler, • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Paul Marco DiGiovanni, Kansas City, :Missouri Salvatore Samuel DiGiovanni, Kansas City, l\Iissouri William Robbins Dillon, • Crafton, Pennsylvania Patrick Albert DiZenzo, Hackensack, New Jers-ey ·Alan Eugene Donovan, • Willimantic, Connecticut Donald Maxine Draper, Gridley, Kansas Edward Reardon Dunn, Chicago, Illinois Francis Anthony Dunn, Joliet, Dlinols Brother Dominic Elder, c.s.c.,* Notre Dame, Indiana William James Farrell,* East Orange, New Jersey Thomas John Fennelly, Brooklyn, New York Patrick James Fisher, Indianapolis, Indiana [5] James Henry Fitzgerald, Brockton, Massachusetts Joseph Leo Fit=aurlee, Grimms, Wisconsin Charles Sprague Fitzslmon!f, Buffalo, New York William Edward Flannery, New York City David Van Wert Flynn, •• Geneva, Dlinois James William Fox, Hot Springs, Arkansas Karl Dwyer Fulnecky, Frankfort, Indiana ·John William Gairey, c.s.c.,• Notre Dame, Indiana Brother Matthew Gara, c.s.c.,• Notre Dame, Indiana William Francis Gillespie,• Long Beach, New York Daniel Maria Gleason, c.s.c.,• Notre Dame, Indiana Irwin Leonard Goldman, New York City Herman William Green, New Castle, Pennsylvania Arthur Clarence Gregory, • Canon City, Colorado Elmer George Gross, c.s.c.,• Notre Dame, Indiana Paul Arthur Guarnieri, Warren, Ohio John Joseph Haley, c.s.c., Notre Dame, Indiana Robert Joseph Haley, Fort Wayne, Indiana Daniel Joseph Hanrahan, St. Albans, New York Jess Bradford Hawley,• Boise, Idaho Brother Quentin Hegarty, c.s.c.,• Notre Dame, Indiana Henry Andrew Heintskill, c.s.c.,•• Notre Dame, Indiana John Simon HeUenthal,• Juneau, Alaska Andrew Link Hellmuth, • Springfield, Ohio Andrew David Hufnagel,• New York City George Martin Ireland, Madison, Wisconsin Norman Lyle Johnson,•• South Bend, Indiana Daniel Ferdinand Kalczynski, • South Bend, Indiana Kevin O'Neill Kehoe, Chicago, Illinois John Edward Kennedy, Alton, Dllnois Edward Stephen Kirby,•• Newark, New Jersey Roman Sebastian Lndewskl, c.s.c.,•• Notre Dame, Indiana George Phillip Leyes, • Mishawaka, Indiana John Donald MacDonald, • Malden, _llfassachusetts Joseph Vincent MacDonald,•• St. Albans, Vermont Robert James MacDonald, • Flint, llflehigan Joseph Augustus Mahar, Kingston,_ New Y01·k Charles Joseph Mahoney, c.s.c., Notre Dame, Indiana Patrick Harrington Malloy, • Tulsa, Oklahoma John Martin Maloney, Buffalo, New York Robert Andres Manning, Sioux City, Iowa Joseph Francis Mansfield, Fall River, Massachusetts John Joseph Marek, c.s.c., Notre Dame, Indiana. Arthur Raymond Martin, Chicago, Dllnois Robert Francis 1\fcCabe, c.s.c.,• Notre Dame, Indiana Bernard Aloysius McCaffrey, c.s.c.,• Notre Dame, Indiana Bernard Patrick McCormick,• West.Brownsville, Pennsylvania..

Robert Paul McDonough, Parkersburg, We!ft Virginia Leo Paul McFarlane, Lansing, :llllchlgan John Thomas McGee, c.s.c.,• Notre Dame, Indiana [8] Brother Paulus McGary, c.s.c.,• Notre Dame, Indiana.Joseph.Tames McGrath, Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania Robert Frederick McKee, c.s.c.,• Notre Dame, Indiana Daniel Thornton McLaughlin, Minneapolis, Minnesota.Truncs 1\Iahlon McMullen, South Bend, Indiana Thomas.Tames Meagher, Rochester, New York Gerard Maurice 1\fergardt.• Brewster, New York George Audrie Miller, Grand Forks, North Dakota.Joseph Shirley Miller, c.s.c., Notre Dame, Indiana.John.Joseph Moran,• Ne\V York City George.Joseph Moriarty, Lynn, Massachusetts Arthur.Tames Mulholland, Kalamazoo, Michigan Francis.Joseph Murphy, Baltimore, Maryland Alfred.Tames Neff, c.s.c.,•• Notre Dame, Indiana Louis Charles Nemeth, Granger, Indiana.Joseph Augustine Nigro,• Yonkers, New York Stephen Bernard Novak,• Claremont, New Hampshire Daniel Thomas O'Brien, Cleveland, Ohio.Tames Charles O'Keefe, Chicago, Tillnois.Tustin Richard O'Toole, Chicago, TIIinols Lawrence.Joseph O'Toole,• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Edward Francis Owens, •• Denver, Colorado.John Anthony Parish,• Momence, Dlinois Martin.Toseph Peters, Peoria, Til ina is Richard.Joseph Pfefferle, Appleton, Wisconsin Lindsay Bernard Phoebus, • Cumberland, Maryland.John Matthew Pilarski, South Bend, Indiana Theodore Edward Prekowltz, 0 South Bend, Indiana.Joseph Patrick Prendergast, Ware, Massachusetts.John Dell Prentice,• Milwaukee, Wisconsin.Joseph William Ratigan, Bordentown, New.Jersey _.John Sylvester Regan, c.s.c., Notre Dame, Indiana.John.Joseph Robinson, New York City Shelby Andrew Remere, Sour Lake, Texas Francis James Ryan,• Hibbing, 1\IInnesota.John Francis Ryan, Oak Park, TIIInols.Tohn.Toscph Ryan, Chester, Pennsylvania.John Condit Schultz, Beardstown, Illinois Anthony Thomas Scolaro, Arlington Heights, Illinois Brother Simon Scribner, c.s.c.,•• Notre Drone, Indiana Daniel Wallace Sherrod, Robinson, Illinois Roland Gerard Simonitsch, c.s.c.,• Notre Dame, Indiana..John.Joseph Siscanaw, Amsterdam, New York Robert Richard Stapp,• Longmont, Colorado Woodrow August Stillwagon, Mount Vernon, Ohio Homer Edison Strickler, South Bend, Indiana Edward Thomas Sullivan,•• Mechanicville, New York Edgar Stanislaus Szymanski, c.s.c.,• Notre Dame, Indiana Wayne Emmett Thurm, 1\fanchester, Iowa Paschal Anthony Tofurl, Winchester, Massachusetts ('l] John Albert Torribio,• Trinidad, Colorado Maurice Mortimer Tulchinsky, •• South Bend, Indiana Dominick Joseph Varraveto, Chicngo, Dllnois Peter Paul Viviano, St Louis, Missouri Jerome Gross Vogel,• South Bend, Indiana Joseph James Wade, Elizabeth, New Jersey Joseph John Waldron,• Trenton, New Jersey John William Walker,• Keokuk, Iowa William Aloysius Walsh, Yonkers, New York John William Watters, Marion, Ohio Daniel John Youngerman; South Bend, Indiana The Degree of Bachelor of Science in

Physical Education on:

Salvatore Adolph Commisa,• Newark, New Jersey Joseph George Conner, West Springfield, Massachusetts.

Joseph Dominick Donnino,• Jamaica, New York Donald Lewis Elser, Gary, Indiana Francis Joseph Gaul, Waterville, lllaine Harold Joseph Hauser,• \Vindham, New York Charles Bradley Hughes, West Englewood, New Jersey Paul Ernest Krause, Valley Stream, New York John Francis 1\Uclmta,• Detroit, Michigan Anthony Miceli Mitchell, Grand Rapids, Michigan Joseph Cornelius O'Kane, Washington, Indiana Joseph William O'Neill, Springfield, Massachusetts Amerigo Baptist Pagliasotti, Roberts, Montana Lawrence Stephen Palkovic, Johnston, New York Dale Garven Pillers, Pinckneyville, Illinois Andrew James Pilney, Chicago, Dlinols Joseph Mark Sheil,* Madison, Wisconsin.

Kenneth Leonard Stilley, Clairton, Pennsylvania Nicholas Joseph Tancredi, lllechani~ville, New York Arnold Anthony Vclcheck.* Thorp, \Vlsconsin Philip Aloysius Walker,• Brookfield, Massachusetts George Roland Wentworth, Bucksport, Maine [8] The College of Science The Faculty of the College of Science announces the conferring of.

The Degree of Bachelor of Science on:

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