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BVEfttfNfc LBDeBR-PHILABBLPHlA THURSDAY, JWE 1, 1916.
JOBS AWAITING EACH
'3Vntjr-four Methbers'bf Fcbru-
, $at Glass Also Receive Degrees
' t Commencement Exercises.
List of Graduates
MANY PRIZES AWARDED
"When tho 80 graduates of the June
)asses of tho Philadelphia Trades Schools,
fcsth day ami evening-, receive their di
plomas tonight they will have the addi
tional satisfaction of knowing that every
no of their number cither has a "Job" al-
i ready, or else has one he can go to at any
Ttventy.four members of the February
class of tho day school, who have been nt
Work In various trades for several months,
lso will receive their diplomas tonight
at the commencement exercises, which wilt
be hold In the William Perm High School,
16th and Wallaeo streets.
An addross to tho graduates will be made
tonight by Dr. Frank P. Graves, dean of
the school of education nt tho University
Of Pennsylvania. Dlnlnrrmn will hn nn.
rented by 'William Itowen, chairman of the
Committee on Elementary Schools of tho
Board of Education. Prises will bo award
ed by William O. Ash, principal of tho
school, and by representatives of tholr
donors. Many of these prises havo been
given by trade associations of tho city.
MASTERS DEQIIEB GIVEN.
The master plumbers' ptisto will bo prc
ente'd by Edward F. Roberts, tho Richard
H. Watson prize by tho Rev. William J.
Cox, tho Master Shoot Metal Workers' As
isolation prise by Benjamin F. John, sea
rotary of tho association; tho pioneer class
prize by J, Hans Gclpe, who was president
of tho class of 1909, and tho John T. Lewis
Brothers Company prises by E. Newton
Wlgfall, plant superintendent of tho com
pany, Tho graduates will go Into tho world
quipped with a skill nlmost equivalent to
that of a Journeyman workman.
ino nonor students will receive prlieo aa
Silks and Satin Give Way to
Plain Cap and Gown as 262
Recelvo Diplomas at
ESSAYS AND SONGS HEARD
GLASS OFFICERS WM. PENN HIGH SCHOOL
Aiurreu DoDDini Tcrlwa Day, Honrr
6J,?!,.?8ri82,tPu mecfianlcal drafting: DavFil
Kornaln. electrical construction! Victor Marnak
SSklSJ. antUol ""man d Bel.er. pattern
prlio John J. Taylor,
Illchard ir. Watson prize nocco Prete, plumb-
BtifliL.if hM.t MeUJ Workers' Association
,ri5.I'uIa Mattes, sheet metal.
rSffiaSaflSflfiSr" 8Uw"rt D- "'"'"'
John T. Lewis ft .Brothers' Company prise
I?Oeorf a"il,r- William Torrcnco. Elmer
FoUowmff aro tho graduates:
DAT SCHOOL. FEBRUARY CLASS.
.ra.iEE5fTTmAiIji DRAFTING Ralph Gold
te.,Kn?r.Jtw.,m1'nCr' Leon Llchtensteln,
SWJKJ5J?KX aor Holmach.
t1?.,e9tria1' . .construction Aioiph
5a-'' ,J,r" firt "i Col- " nichard Hart
man. Harold Lee. Frederick Ley, Harold Ma
Eire. Paul R. Spaeth. Ronald Suillfre. William
ijnirir nUntf T' Whltaker, William A.
amSSiIAt,?ICAI'T DRAFTINC1 nichard P.
Ai?le.rlcV-11"Pry, J2,E",n- James n. Knlcht. Max
lary. Frank: J. Bchata, Harold Upp.
PATTERN MAKINO-Isamuel Kau.
PRINTING Howard J. Krlckboutn,
.,CHiT?F?TUrPAR DRAFTINO Harry Den.
Jamln, Harold D. Cassel, Munroa w. Copper.
Jr.. Etewart B. Harknrss, Thomas H Hewlett;
John L. Jones, Lionel W. Lancaster, Italph c.
M. Larimer. William J. Uothwell. oionte II
Bcr.7Slf5vS??iw,H- Urwljer. Robert Wadetl.
n CARPENTRY Joseph 1J. Hannlgan, Moies
Oeorso J. Kemper. Ell wood Loltenberaer, Johr
Two hundred and fifty-two girls, clad In
gray caps and gowns, received diplomas
from tho Wllllom Penn High School at the
commencement exercises held this morning
In the auditorium of tho school at 16th and
Tho gray caps and gowns were Indicative
of economy, an effort mado on tho part of
officials of tho school and tho officers of
tho class to prevent extravagance and to
avoid putting the girls to unnecessary ex
pense. In every way the cost Incident upon
graduation has been minimised, and even
the expenso of printing the commencement
program, a cost borne by the city, has been
lessened by having the work done nt the
Philadelphia Trades School,
There were no outsldo speakers at tho
commencement, with the exception of the
Rev. Dr. Hugh Morris, who offered tho Invo
nnfinn All nt th rinmmenccment orntlons
were by graduates. An essay on "Festival
Days," written by Henrietta Smith, was
read by Marjorlo Olonlngor; an cseay on
"Fostlvnl Instinct," written by Augusta
Cohen, was read by Mildred E. Wllllard;
a poem, "Fulfilled Creation," written by
Martha Taylor, was recited by Lillian Cur
toy, and tho valedictory address, "Tho Com
mencement Festival," written by Florenco
Llndcmann, was delivered by Laura Wober,
president of the graduating class.
William D. Lewis, prlnclpat of tho school,
presented diplomas to tho following grad
Marram u. i,usenesrs
Katherlne M. Losan
Edith E. Lowa
Rllse O. Luck
Dorothy A. Luti
Anna 8. McCarrick
Thoresa M. .MeDevltt
M. Esther MeFejIden
13. Beatrice McNIchol
saran o. wevey
i mWm" rlWmzikM 4 '7m
CATHOLIC fflGH SCHOOL
(ilVES DIPLOMAS TO 78
AND PRESEiYTS PRIZES
Left to right: Miss Bessie Amsterdam, treasurer: Miss Mnry Hnr
shaw, secretary; Mls3 Laura Weber, president; Miss Mnry Albert
son, vice president.
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
WIN CLASSICAL PRIZES
Miss Ruth Brandt and Rcns-
.Belaer Wright Leo Successful in
upton. Prescott Mitchell. Walter Muria. Jo.
i8, Patterson. Havard E. itamsey. llarn
Babel,. Andrew II. Schommer. Josinh n.
Coonea. Frank Oarabetlan'
twn. y, ivosicxi. jonn tr.
Bcnrelber. W. Earl Sbeneman, J. Albert Byl-
MHUIAKIUAI, DHAFTINO Philip N.
H. JlowUnd Orovs,
C5;l"j "' J?nn .iutie, waiter Locko,
"ifPSjIz J.leJ"'i Alexandar M. namser. .
PATTERN JIAklNO Harry BormanT Frank
EVENTNO TRADES SCHOOL NO. 1.
SrftmKJNOx-no, n. Kltchln
- ""w ,wuii 'wuinman Anern.
Armstrong;. Albert llannan. Harry Beck. James
S?K2rft'amV,, Conway. John Cort.7 ChiVlM
A5J,1i.J,n.Pe'Ay- Aloyslns JJ. Dovlln. Charles A."
&1nr,?.iNar?,n father. Charles qunther
William Hales. Harry Howard. Qeorzo Keebler!
A.. Morris Lans, Charles Loeb. John A. Luti;
i0?.h.iL,V,uu- S?w.ard MeDevltt. Edward lib.
Sonoufh, Ilarry Nlederbereer. nou ton Trender-'
K' ilocco Pr'- EdsartH.Hoss.- John San.
Weln. Speera, .John, j,js Taylor, Herry
SHE.ET 'METAL Louis Mattes.
lUinSSy." CIUBAL enAFTlNa Felli C.
MECILVNICAL DRAJTINO Victor Marnak.
A,f,xA5iU'??,t0"j ot,o Wolflnser. ""
nfhlP1iU.?ltlTy Flaeher. Andrew O.
li'if.t?.'' -yi!!1mcllalcr- Jm McKeone. Isaac
Smith. Walter Sueasencuth. 7
CAIIPENTOT Joseph L. Peckworth.
j,uAKCHITECTUnAL DltAIfTlNOWoseph A.
DiitiXji' BCTAU I'ATTEIW DRAFTINO .
SSS Itrush3.ylahoJy"ff.hBw-an"tgn'r' '
Official Forecast ' "v
WASHINGTON, June 15.
For Eastern Pennsylvania and New
Jersey: Probably showers tonleht and
yrlday; not much change In temperature;
moderate east to south winds.
Showers over Irregular areas have'
covered about three-fourths of the country
east of the Hocky Mountains during the
last 24 hours. The chief- exceptions are
JJeyv England. New Totk. and a strip aloner
the middle Atlantlo coast, the central
Mississippi valley, and a portion of the
...(mI nlfllna O... HIL. . '
v..u. ij.unio giuioj, ino temperatures
have fallen at most places, the greatest
decrease being about 10 degrees In eastern
Pennsylvania. Delaware and northeastern
Maryland. There Is a deficiency of from
degTees to 10 degrees this morning from
the Itocklea eastward,
U. 8. Weather Bureau Bulletin
t Obserratlona taken at 8 a. m.. Eastern tlm.
8 last Rain- V!oo-a-m.
Mary C. Alberston
Violet II. Anthony
Frances L. Ashton
Mary 13. Ashwortn
Jennie M. llandlera
Kmma M. Desley
Clara M. Ilerkowlts
Alice T. Blttner
Mildred A. Ulttner
Ilarbara I. DOnd
Mary II. lloycr
Mary R. Drown
AdeUno E. Cantley
Inex II. Cortledgo
Helen M. Carver
Ethel C. Caton
Julia K. Cawley
Reba F. Chalmers
Dorothea O. Chllds
Dorothy M. Chubb
Esther 8, Clair
Pauline O. Cohan
Lillian S. Cohen
Mary L. Crook
Lillian K. Curley
Anna E. nickel
Elsie K. Dledel
Kmlly K. Diets
Ilertha R. Malnwarlns
Frances B. Mann
Annette II. Markowlts
Aiariruerite u. aic7
Mildred D. Michael
Gladys M. Miller
Mnrinn II. Miller
Dorothea E. Mllti
Dorothy S. MoskorlU
Paulina Muller .
Edna J. Munnlck
May E. Nalsby
Ruth C. Nase
Cecelia C. Noeanow
Evansellne M. O'lloyle
Lcona C. Oppenhelmer
Oraco A. Qvlnston
Maria L. Paean
Laura S. Palmatary
Ethel 1). Pierce
Anna E. Posern
Eitella E. Ravltch
Esther A. Richardson
Ruth A. Riddle
Sara II. Rlttenberr
Alice E. Robinson
Margaret O. Robinson
T.ucltlo H. Rosanbarr
nlra M. Dreher
Helen M. Eberle
Emily F. Epple
Eva Epstein .
Anna L. Essllntrer
Ilesslo IU Feldman
Emma W. Fetterolf
Rose Anna Frelbers
Theresa V. Frommer
EUa Heavier Gardner
Anna K. Oavett
Estelle D. Olnsburs
Llllle M. Qlonlnser
Annie W. Koaentoor
Barah It. Ross
Fannla E. Ruley
Resale A. Saunders
Mae E, Saurman
Maria D. Sautter
Miriam O. Savase
Mollle R. Schleln
Ethel F. Schmld
Elsa K. Schumann
Alma K. steel
Oraco II. Shepherd
Marie A. Shmldhelser
-- - jiciin, aj. aiiiirr
i-iorence i. uoiaenoerc jeannette S. Silver
Ooldle L. aoldman Henrietta A. Smith
Loretta A. Oowen Esther 11 Snyder
Elizabeth 11. Qozlnker viola Snyder
Ousslo Ornuner Frances M. Snyderman
Sarah Oreenblatt Helen E. Hpecht
Eva M. Oreensteln Helen A. Stambersar
Florenco Q. Oresc Oertrudo A. Stanley
Nellie M. Oreth Mollle Stein .
Carolina Lehe Orubler Anna R. Stelnsort
Norma Ounthorp Sora Stevens
Henrietta L. Qrossman SofJtBtomel
Rose Grossman h5i?i2 ,V S,r.eeiL
Veronica C. E. Haran Zi" Y- gutelllfe
Helen Wallace Hall i rimr,J,JiwArt
Anna Fiances Halllday rcta t1 ?&"
Maud Beatrice Halllday fnSaTfavrJb
uwonuoiyn Harrison I.lllijtn if Tnvln.
Beatrice M. Henkela
Marsuerlte H, Hesske
Helen M. Hill
Mary I. Hill
Irene M. Illrtz
Cella M. Hoffman
Anna M. Hotz
Maud E. Howard
Freada R. Joseph
A 17-ycar-old girl, tho daughter of a
Reading Railway engineer, and an 18-yoar-old
boy, son of a Central High School pro
fessor, will recolvo tho Latin-Greek prizes
oflored by the Philadelphia Classical Club
to tho girl who can mako tho best grado
among tho girls of the city and tho boy who
can mako tho highest among Philadelphia
boys preparing to enter college this year.
Tho young woman Is Miss lluth Brandt,
daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brandt,
1209 Cambria street, a member of tho grad
uating class of tho Philadelphia High
School for Qlrls. The young man is Rensso
laer Wright Lee, son of Prof, and Mrs.
Francis II. Leo, 4712 Windsor avenue,
nnd graduates this week from tho West
Philadelphia High School for Boys.
Both havo takon part In school activities
ns well as kept up their work. Before going
10 uins- High Miss Brandt attended Qer-
mantown High School. Whllo thcro sho was
In tho Choir Club, tho Classical Club nnd
was secretary of tho Debating Club. Sho
won a prlzo essay thero on "Roman His
tory." Tho prlzo which tho young students havo
won by tholr superior work In Latin nnd
Greek Is to bo offered annually by tho
Philadelphia Classical Club to tho girl
who can pass tho highest Latin-Greek ex
aminations of all girl contestants nnd to
the boy who can fulfil tho same require
ments from the young men prepnring to ou
ter collego from tho Philadelphia high
schools each June.
Honorable mention has been given F.
Mortimer Graves, of tho Penn Charter
school; Miss Follco E. Dnrkow and Miss
Hlldegarde J. Fitz-Maurico, both of tho
Philadelphia High School for Girls, othor
The committee of the Philadelphia Classi
cal Club, which awarded the prizes, con
sisted of Prof. Wilton W. Blnncko, Central
High School; Professor Dennlson, Swnrth
moro Collego; Prof. J. Doolitllo, Episcopal
Academy, and Prof. Georgo Dcpuo
Hadzslts, of tho University of Pennsylvania.
WEST CHESTER HIGH
TO GIVE DIPLOMAS
Largest Gloss in History of In
stitution Graduated Frank
R. Smith Delivers Valedic
M. A. DEGREE TO TWELVE
Largest Class in History of In
stitution to Be Graduated
Gillian iv. -layior
Martha M. Taylor
Tllllo 8. Thompson
Marlon B. Tlsho
Esther If. Turner
iy.v.v - jit
Cecelia O. Kaplan
Elsie F. E. Kast
Ima F, Kline
Emilia W. Kllnbers
Amelia C. Koch
Elinor C. Koch
Madeline K. Kohn
Kathyrn L. Kraft
Ana L. Kuhn
Jessie M. Lacey
Julia M. Lam
Clara D. Laventhol
Esther fl. I.m
Helen M. Lefferta
Sadye M. LeVene
Estella It, Lewis
yyilhelmlna M. Upmal
Mary V. Vander-
Rebecca E. Waldman
Lauro E. Weber
Pprothy R. Yt'edupsky
Elizabeth ,W. Wesley
Eiva D. West
J-aura, k. wnealan
Ida J. Whltaker
Msrearet f. Whl
Vlnla T. Wlllflnann
Isabel M. Wilson
Martha S. Wtmley
Jfelfn B. Wlntroath
Viola it. Wister
Anna f. Woodward
Anna E. Taezer
Hazst C. , Zalaor
Rose L. Zecca
Maris ret W. Zlecler
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WILLIAM PENN HIGH ANNEX
AWARDS 37 DIPLOMAS
CloainB Exercise3 of Glrla' School Held
Diplomas wero awarded this afternoon
:? 3Ira(luates ' tl,a Northeast Annex or
the, William Penn High School for dlrla In
the auditorium of the -William Penn High
School, 16th and Wallace utreets. The
diplomas wero presented by the prin
cipal, William D, Lewis. Jin essay "Tho
Pageant and the Community." by Martha
Engel, waa delivered by Ethel Doysen,
. .v"IK"1' rtn eaeny on "The History
of the Pageant." written by Katherlne
Keenahan. was read by Florence Golden.
Florence Hlckey and Ethel Nevin rendered
The program was notable for tho sing,
ing of the choruses under the direction of
Miss Amelia J. strodick, assistant director
of muslo. nuth Welsa was the soloist dur
ing the singing of Purcell's "Come Unto
These Yellow Sands."
The graduates are:
,.Fr.'nc Bloomer, Ethel It, Doysen Annie
't,Dfr, May E. Duncan. Martha BnxeH
D. Alary n. iiraii mn. ' ..
alt. 1- Bl.i.Ti;.j:.i.-. ..""? BCOil,
r-iorence k. uoiaen. Marn
Keenahan, Oertrude M. KalUBaarriiSii.'o '
uoroioy. ttoni, Asnsa V. Lents EmlTi
erum. . t
al. &Ienilontltftatf,t1 tnnP..I" i.!r7l'
r.v. v-' .:!" -,
Ethel E. Neyln. Naomi FelrcsT Pearl
iwwMteM vr Mm xacit.
gW. ,Em lie Thelss, Saral C." Thompsoa.
MUdrea I, Upperman, Ruth L. Well., ilibii
5, Wlckf Florence F. Wilson. IjaFt "a Wolif. '
OYSTEK "CROP" THREATENED
IJrumfiah Cleaning Out Beds in Egg
EGO HARBOR, N. J, June 15. Drum
fish In largo schools, which about ten years
agfj cleaned out moat of the oyster btda in
the Great Bay, have again appeared In
schools this year and are grinding up the
profits of the baymen.
Edward Weber, manager of the Booy
Oyster Company, 900 of the largest oyster
growers here, reports tha,t about JO.OvO
bushels of shells planted for seed haye been
reduced to splinters by tho drumfleh. Plant,
ing of all beds owned by the company has
pen eioppoa on account 01 the menace.
The last time drumflah appeared in the
bds dynamite wa used to kill them, but
uus meana or aestrvying them
prohibited y law.
CLASS OF '66 HONORED
AT STATE COLLEGE
Old Grads Receive Honorary Degrees.
Diplomas Awarded to 4G0
STATE COLLEGE, Pa., June IB. Four
hundred and sixty young men nnd women
received diplomas from tho Pennsylvania
Stnto Collego yesterday. Tho exercises
were held In the Schwab Auditorium in tho
presence of more than 2000 persons.
Because of the tlmo required to award
the degrees individually, tho usual com
mencement address wns omitted. This year
tho graduating class surpasses all former
classes by moro than 100.
Following tho academic procession from
the Carnegie Library, tho Invocation wns
delivered by th Rov. John Tryon Marsh
man, of the f-ate College- fnculty. The
valedictory was read by Leo R. Elck, of
A feature of the exercises was the award
of honorary degrees to the graduate mem
bers of tho Class of I860, who are observ
ing their BOth anniversary. Honorary cer
tificates also were awarded to formor mem
bers taf the Class of 180 6.4 These degrees
wore awaraea as roiiows:
Master of arts Abraham A. Broneman,
Now York city; Hugh Hamilton, Harris
burg, and John M. Linn, of Chicago.
Master of Bolonco David II. Barrlck,
Bradentown, Fla., and William O. Warring,
ui tveuu liy, aid.
It was announced that tho three highest
ranking seniors in the ml'ltary department
were Paul S. Crossman, North Point. Pa.;
Robert P. Melly, Tyrone, Pa., nnd William
H. Roberts, of Carnegie, Pa.
The John W. White Fellowship was
awarded to Vincent G. Burns, Brooklyn,
N. Y and tho John W. White Medal to Leo
R. Elck, of Driftwood. I
The following students from Philadelphia
Education and psycholog-y Henry C. Klnsbell.
Home economical Miss Esther II. Davis, Was
Sara W. Sweeton.
Agricultural education Raymond L. Davis.
Agricultural chemistry Charles E. lierser.
Brtnton S. Cummins. Oeorso II. tihlsler.
Agronomy William R. Oehrle, John E. Ron
tier. Thomas L. Entwlstle. Ralph D. Fisher.
Maxwell II. Fl.ralnjr. Willis It. Sklllman. Will
Ham c.. West.
An,?!,Ll,.huba5.dr5rrr"VVa""' C. Shroeder,
Horticulture David McKay, Jr., Russell A,
Mover, Samuel L. Smedley, Jr.
Landscape aardenlne Howard N, Ashman.
Chemistry- Frank W. Teaser.
Industrial engineering- John E. France,
u C.,TH engineering Robert N. Berryman, A.
rt H. ifalnwarlni. Andrew R. Craven, John
N, P. Easby. Qeorse E. Hesselbaober, tforman
C. Horner. John A. Irwin.
i,F,Jtrch?,m,1. engineering Carl A. Bartle,
Alfred R. Uechtel. Harry Bmolens. '
t id "u'h"! n,no'ln Herbert U. Dean. AN
Mining geology Livingston P. Teas.
Mechanical engineering Oeorgo N. Larer,
One hundred and thirty-nine other stu
dents from Philadelphia are enrolled In the
various schools and departments of the col.
WEST CHESTER Juno IB. -Tho largest
class over grnduntcd by tho West Chester
High School will recelvo diplomas this
evening nt tho commencement exercises,
which begnn last evening with a claBS
play, which takos tho place of tho former
class day exercises. The diplomas will bo
presented by Professor Addison L. Jones,
superintendent of tho publla schools, and
thcro will bo an interesting program of
exercises by tho graduates. Tho graduating
class numbers B8 and tho members nre:
Miriam Kdlth Bailey, of Northbroolt ;
Russell Cloyd Baldwin, John Kimball Bee
ber, Mary Hall Carter, West GoBhen ; Fran
cis Loo Clark, Horaco Thornton Colchower,
Carlton Bennett Cox, Walter Craig, Aubroy
Taylor Davis, Sarah Mullin Dutton, Beat
rice Edith May Edwnrds, Edith Irene Emp
son. Alta Susanna and Minnie Etty, of
Wllllstown; Allvo Eliza Fell, Anna Mnry
Ganges, Arthur Wilfred Gardner, Amy
Elizabeth Gould, Elsie Agnes Green, Green
Hill; William Carroll Grubb, Clarence
Wnlso Hnideman, Doris Mario Hayes, Ken-
nett square; ucsslo Leah Jacobsun, Mar
garet Mildred Kane, Clara Kauffman,
Thomas Henry Kearney, John Arthur Kln
loy, Mario Elizabeth Laftey, Green Hill;
Mnrlo Thompson Lefevre, Mnrshalltown ;
Mary Edwards McCornack nnd Alice Mlllor
McCormncIc, Helen Mooro Mnrtln, Harry
Black Morton, Kathleen Margnret O'Con
ncll, Mary Noblo Parry, Reglna Mario
Peoples, John Leslie Plnkerton, Edith Han
nah and Grace Emellno Pusey, Elizabeth
Holt Pylo, Gregg David Reynolds, Ruth
Pratt, East Goshen; Kathellno Loretta and
Rosa Ella Shields, Chadds Ford ; Catherine
Albert Short, Emma Frances Strodo,
Thomcs Hodgson Stubbs, Anna Elizabeth
Trimble, Northbrook; Ella Jones Walton,
aicnloch; Dorothy Ella Way, Anna Eliza
beth Weaver, Edith Margaret Webb, Wlni
frcd Bishop Webb, Graco Amy Williams,
Charles H. Williams, Rachel Frances Chey-
noy Williams, Cornelius Scott Woodsldo,
Helen Noblo Worst, Mildred Elizabeth
Wright, Westtown ; Maurice Herbert Years-ley.
Seventy-eight students wero graduated
this morning nt the 23d annual commence
ment of tho Roman Cathollo High School,
held In tho bcIiooI building, Broad and Vine
streets. In nddltlon, tho degree of bachelor
of arts wns conferred on 12 graduates of
The nddress to the 1916 graduates was
by Charles F. Gerhard, of tho class of 1901.
William Ferguson, president of the class,
introduced tho students who spoke. They
wero John J. Lenhoy, salutntorlan; Gerald
F. Flood, who had as his subject "Our
Leisure Time," and Frank R. Smith, vale
dictorian. The degrees and diplomas wero
presented by Monslgnor Henry, rector of tho
Tho class graduated today was the largest
In the history of tho school, tho largest
previous class having been last year, when
thero wore 05 who received diplomas.
Those, who received tho M. A. degroo
John Sf. Convery George J, JlyHan
j.uwaru i, wunn
Joseph A. Daly
John J, McFadden
I.eo A. Nayior
llflivnrrt A. Devlne Ifenrv It. fleelaUS
Thomae J, Dougherty Charles J. Bhannon
Thomas M. Healy John J, Bkelly
Honors and prizes were announced as fol
lows: For highest averages In tho general
course Freshman year, Walter Pytko,
John Foonoy, John Tansoy, Julian Zagorskl,
James Cullen; sophomore year, John Gal
lagher, Jamos Brady. Francis Blbersteln,
James Byrno; Junior year, John Long,
Chnrlcs Bclz, Raymond Glceson; senior
year, prlzo of KB offered by tho Cathollo
Philopatrian Literary Institute Francis
For highest averages In tho commercial
course Junior year, John Cahlll, Francis
Sliaef; sonlor year, Joseph Sheridan, Wnl
For Christian branches Frcshmnn yenr,
Robert Butler, Walter Pytko, James Cun
nle, John Tansey, James Cullen ; sophomore
year, John Gallaghor, Frederick Lamb,
John Scnlly; Junior year, John Cahlll;
sonlor year, nrlzo of $10, offered by tho
C1U1III Club, John Casanl.
by Arlo Bates, nnd "Pyramn. ... .
r" Mu??. MMUnTmr?
. . . emucrH 01 the trrnfl.,Vi "
W Dlr hnfh l .a ."""Mint 1
lowing the fashion of BhalES&.S.ft i,
Supper will bo served on ths
8i30. After supper thee. ?.,cVsr
Ing on tho steps of Founders'
tho members of the den.M?-!.,11!!
to recelvS"th.s Kono'r ta al" -k ,
secret. woseiy tUtit
ino oiiicers of tho class afei
HAVE FINAL FLING
AT CLASS DAY REVEL
Revels Include Interclass Base
ball, Cricket Games and Inter
lude From "Midsummer
MANY ALUMNI BACK
Class day Is being held today nt Haver
ford College under tho Ideal conditions af
forded by the Main Line Institution. The
39 members of tho senior class aro Indulg
ing In their last day of fun before they
leave their nlma mater forever. Tomorrow
The class day events begin thts afternoon
with Interclass baseball games and the
playing of several cricket matches. At 6
o'clock, as tho setting sun Is casting Its
Bhadows across tho greensward, two plays
will be performed beneath the trees on the
campus, and there will be singing by the
class double quartet Many members of
the Haverford alumni nro back nt collego
fn.inw in wlrnAoa thn rlnnfl day ovento and
tuu..j m ..,....." -..- - . , lllUlOi 11UV 11 11 1HW." lr. -l.
to share In tho festivities. turned to tho Boy Scouts n rt-.i?! 8' '
plays will be "Her uear ;ar," them on their work. "-ITOt,j
Wllmnr Mason Allen j vice presMi"J.H
Parry Wlnslow; secretary, "1 ,
wV lr,ea8ur,or- ""Jscpii Arthur CoM,ent,t
Tho class day ceremonies have k: -
ranged by n committee headed f b, b'-
L. Corson, and composed of JameiB Tb
son, Jr., Albert H. Stone t!..V
BOY SCOUT 0R0ANI7ATrr7w
DECLARED BULLY BY Wltsoil
Prcaldent Signa Articles of Incon',
tlon for American OrMnU..iirj
WASHINGTON, Juno lB.'Th ,, L fl
Scout movement is bully business." B3
vun ineso woras President Wll . 3
day signed a bill Incorporating X. i"
zatlon known as tho Bov snnt. -i ."'"W-
CIL Livingstone, head of the scout
ment. and James E. Went efT'"?'
ch6f scout executive, witnessed the a1
'There, now It's n law." l,0 mVI.
Niagara to the Sea
OPENS AT BUCKNELL
Exercises Will Conclude With
Graduations Wednesday Many
LULL MARKS VERDUN
FIGHT; GUNS BUSY
Germans Continue Bombard
ment of Chattancourt ajid
LEWISBURG, Pa., June 16. Bucknell
University Is beginning todny its 6Gth
commencement week. A recital of the
elocution clasa tonight will mnrk the start
of the graduation festivities ; which will con
tinue until next Wednesday whon degrees
will be conferred In tho morning, nnd
at noon tho corporation dinner will be
"Our Band", of Shamoltln, a popular
musical organization of this vicinity, has
been engaged for tho entlro week, and
several twilight concerts will bo given on
Many of tho nlumni are back at their alma
mater. Among tho formor students who
will roturn Is tho Rev. Dr. Samuel Zano
Batten, of Philadelphia, a graduate of the
class of '85, who will be the orator nt tho
alumni evening to bo held Tuesday in tho
Following 's a list of tho week's ovents:
Thursday- . :30 p. m.. recital of the Elocution
w". vuiiiiiiDiiueiiiuiil nun.
Friday s p. m., exhibition of the School of
Music, ,Hucknell Hall,
Saturday 10:30 a. m., orsan recital. School
of Music. Ilaptl.t Church: 7:30 p. m.. exer
cises, Fourth Form Academy, conferrln of
diplomas, llucknell Hall.
Sunday -10.30 a. m baccalaureate sermon.
President Harris. Haptlst Church: 3 p. m
Slendelssohn's "Elijah" Oratorio. llaptlst
Church: 8 p. m., sermon before the Education
Society, the ev. Albert J. Davles. Conahohocken
Monday 10 a. m., art exhibition, studio, con
tinues throuah commencement week; 7:30 d in
class play. Commencement Hall.
Tuesday 8 a. m.. meeting- of the board of
trustees. Carnecta Library: 10 a. m.. commence
ment of the School of Music, conferring: of
diplomas School of Art, Muslo. Elocution,
llucknell Hall: "Our Iland" concert; 11:30 a. m
alumnae reunion and luncheon; I..1U p m
business of Collese Alumni, llucknell Hall: '&
P.- m., alumni parade, forming at Chemical
Laboratory; 8p. m.. twilight concert, "Our
Hand," Shamokln. College Campus; 8 p. m
alumni evening, Colleze Quadrangle: Foe Silas
Suzanna 'Weddell, 'li!; orator, the Itev. Samuel
Zano Uatten. D. D.. '83; llucknell alee Club
and "Our Iland" concert, reunion of classes of
00. '70. -SO. '01. '00. '01, -00 and 11.
ednesday 8 a. m., announcement of de
gree. Bucknell Hall; 0 a. m.. commencement
of the college, orations. Commencement Hall!
address, President Clarence A. Harbour. D 11
llu1kn'eiirIlaIli. ' IS m- "W
Selects Auto License Color
IIARRISBURG, June I5.-The State High
way Department this morning announced
that chocolate brown automobile license
tags had been selected for Pennsylvania
PARIS, Jue J5.
Another lull In the German infantry at
tacks upon the French positions In the Ver
dun sector was reported In today's official
communlrjuo Issued by the French War
The bombardment of the Oermans coni
tlnues, however, the Kaiser's force directing
its Artillery against Chattancourt and Sou
ville. The text of (he official communique fol
""- On both banks of the Meuso there was
no action of the Infantry during tha
night. The German artillery displayed
some activity w the Cpattuncourt
region and in the sector north of Fort
In the Voages a strong detachment '
of the enemy sought to take advantage
of a lively artillery preparation for an
attack on our lines, but was repulsed
by our machine gunfire. Another sur-
DXlSa attack rllrjf,4 aw.ln.1 .., ...-
Is Boif I UoEa.weat of Bonhomma was eomnlatai
SPECIAL PRIZES GIVEN.
Prizes of $10 for best work in history
nnd civics, orfcrod by the class of 1899:
Prizes for best work In bookkeeping:
William Mnnsell and Walter Higglns. For
best work In stenography and typewriting:
James P. Dougherty, Francis Shacf nnd
For penmanship: Francis Stokes and
Frnnk B. McCartney.
Memorial prizo In manual training: Wil
liam Dlllmorc. ,
Scholarships to tho Pennsylvania Academy
of tho Flno Arts were awarded to John
Carplnelll; to tho Pennsylvania Museum
and School of Industrial Art, Edward
I 10 trick.
Tho members of the graduating class and
thd parochial schools from which they en
tered the high school were:
General Course Louis F. Berrodln. Most
Blessed Sacrament; James E. Callahan. St.
Gregory; John A. Cartln, Our Mother of
Sorrows; Charles A. Cassldy, St. Monica;
James J. Colo, St. John tho Evangelist;
Thomas F. Collins, St. Francis Xavier;
Bartholomew A. Collins, St. Joachim;
Thomas J. Daly, Visitation ; David F. Far
ley, Our Lady of Victory; William J. Fer
guson, Ascension ; Joseph A. Fltzpntrlck,
Most Blessed Sacrament; Gerald F. Flood,
Visitation; Louis J. Gale, St. Ignatius; Jo
seph R, Hearn, Cathedral; Edward A.
Hogan, St. Francis do Sales; Charles Q.
Hunt, St. John tho Evangollst; William K.
Leahy, St. Thomas Aquinas; William J.
Magce, St. Francis do Sales; Walter L.
Mason, St. James;; James J. Moran, St.
Joachim ; John A. Morltz, St. Bonaventure ;
William F. O'Nolll, Jr., Our Lady of Vic
tory ; Luke A. Potter, St. Joachim ; Valen
tine F. Pytko, St. Adalbert ; John J. Reuss,
St, Ludwlg; Mark J. Skefflngton. Our Lady
of Mercy; Francis R. Smith, St. Mary of
Special and partial courses John J. Am.
brose, St. Charles; Howard J. Comber, St.
Francis do Sales; James H. Conway, St
Thomas Aquinas; Daniel A. Fitzgerald, St,
Teresa; James F. Geoghegan, Immaculate
Conception, Germantown ; John J. Havlland,
Epiphany; James E. Lafferty, St. Patrick;
Joseph A. McCarthy, St, Carthago ; Charles
B. Schad, St Clement ; James J, Walsh, St.
Commercial course Charles II. Birn
brauer, Holy Angels; Francis P. Burns.
Epiphany; John C. Casanl, Our Lady of
Victory; Thomas F. Coffey, St. Ludwlg;
James P. Dougherty, Most Blessed Sacra
ment; John M. Dougherty, St. Agatha;
John G. Fallon, St. Francis do Sales;
Charles I. Fox, St. Elizabeth; Thomas A.
Glendon, St. Columba; Walter F. Higglns,
St. Elizabeth; William A. Irwin, St
Agatha; Thomas P, Kelly, Our Mother of
sorrows; josepn t: iicurlde, St. Charles;
James J, McGuckln, St. Thomas Aquinas;
Cornelius J. McNutt, St. Charles: William
G. Mnnsell, St, Columba; Thomas J.
Mooney, St. Elizabeth; George F. Nagel, St
Peter: Joseph J. Sheridan, Nativity;
Robert J. Taylor, St. Patrick; James F.
Walsh, St Elizabeth.
Manual training course John J, Car
plnelll, Sacred Heart ; Edward A. Chambers,
Our Lady of Victory; William J. Dietrich,
Epiphany; Millard A, Dillmore, Epiphany;
Thomas A. Doris, Our Lady of Victory;
John A. Glascott, Gesu ; Thomas F. Han
ratty, St. Francis Xavier; Edward A, Het
rick, Nativity ; Philip F, Jacobs, Our Mother
of Sorrows James E. Kavanaugh, Sf
Clement; Joseph L. Leahy, St Patrick;
John F, Leahy, St Patrick; Bernard J.
Jlcuownn, St. i'-rancis de Sales; Joseph S.
Maher, Our Lady of the Rosary ; Thomas J.
Megencdy, Epiphany; Emmett J, Murtha,
Ascension; Clement C. O'Rourke, St
Charles; Francis X Robinson, Our Lady
of Victory; John E. Walsh, Sacred Heart
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Oatbeo Crsdle ef Kw rrenee as4 Uetkar ef all CeasdUn
ettlitt quint, hliterle, aseleat, a UretDtar ladiatrlal
matropelli, nejMtto la lis Uelstles,
The trip Includes the Thousand Islando, the eg
citing descent of the marvelous rapids, Montreal,
Quebec, and trie famous Saruenay River, with
Its stupendous Capes, Trinity" and "Eternity."
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The Loading Homes Are Alwsyi Open
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(Hotels are all American Plan, unless otherwise noted)
Hotel and Sanatorium
F. L. Young, Mgr.
On tho Ocean Front
American and Euro
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On tha Ocean" Front
Walter J. Buiby
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On the Ocean Front
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r'. 11. oil and
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Central; Near Beach
On the Ocean Front
On the Ocean Front
F.,P. Cook's Bona
On the Ocean Front
J. II. Thompson & Co.
Central i Near Beach
Atlantic City Is only one hour's ride from Philadelphia.
Frequent trains via Penna. n. It! from Broad Street Station,
or Market Street Ferry or Phlla. & Reading Ry, from Chest
nut and South Street Ferries.
Ot service.conifort js
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HOTEL ARLINGTON nM'c,h,!La
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RTSTiRY'S 1BIB Boardwalk, below New
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OCEAN CITV. N. J.
OCEAN ClTr. N. J.
Broker Killed In Auto Collision
NflW YORK, June IB. In a head-on
collision between two automobiles on the
Merrick road at Springfield, L. i early
last night, Henry Stemper, 52, of 305 West
72d street, Manhattan, a broker, was killed.
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CAI'E MAY, N. J.
HOTEL CAPE MAY
CAPS MAY, NEW tJOLSEt ,
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AVALON BY THE SEA
Tha healthiest resort alons the coast,
share end. country combined, freah ra.:
sea food dally. . Hotel Avalon now open.
Fresh farm and
formation and booklet upon requeet.
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ClIKLtlEA. N. J.
CHISLSBA. K. J.
UKDfOUU HPBIMOa. PA.
(PA.) HOTEL AND BATHS
Estate of S00O acres. 1201) (set abote
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yt, Mow open.
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Estate or, juuo acres. J-
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Spend Your Vacation
4000 Feet Above the Sell
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mountain farms. ,,.!.
Danctnr. Tennis. Fine OrehMtra. ManJJ;
cent scenery. Fifty open, wood BW
A special feature at Blty and U tto UvsW
stable of saddle horses. ItadUtjn
Bkyland and connecllna with the P"11rSS
peaks, canyons and mountain strafro s"
numeroua well-graded trails, anordito W
portunitlea to rids undsr condtUons lrt
can ba found nowhere else east of
Illustrated booklet at lder Central, or writ
Q. FREEMAN POLLOCK, Prop.,
gkyland. Pais County, Va,
Open June 1 to """""' ,--,-
BTONB HABUOlt. W. 3.
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mmm py Dot& railroaax, mutor jv'
waterway... Farm sroducta and aaa fop?
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ti safe bathlmr; itaa, Koi
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