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TO CLASS A1G.W. Dr. Marvin Says Depend ency Will Break Strength of Nation. The strength of the Nation will be broken if political leaders permit a continuance of dependency upon the Government for livelihood. Dr. Cloyd Heck Marvin, president of George Washington University, warned last night in his charge to the 680 gradu ates to whom he had just awarded academic degrees in the institution’s 113th commencement. Secretary of State Hull, recipient of the university's honorary degree of doctor of laws, was among those who heard the educator's warning. ‘‘In your days of responsibility,” Dr. Marvin declared, "the strength, en thusiasm and idealism of youth are much-needed assets. While conven tional positions may be, dependent at titudes assuredly mean a personal and a national liability. The present ten dency of looking to Government for livelihood and subsistence certainly does not follow the strength of our forbears, and if our political leaders permit such dependence to continue It will ultimately break the strength of the Nation." Confers Degrees. Dr. Marvin had awarded the uni versity’s degrees and certificates in course to the university's own stu dents. Likewise, he had conferred honorary degrees upon Secretary Hull and upon John Lloyd Newcomb, pres ident of the University of Virginia, and upon Arthur Cutts Willard, president of the University of Illinois. All other ceremonies of the commencement, held in Constitution Hall, were com pleted, and then Dr. Marvin delivered his charge to the class. It was the only oratory of the graduation exer cises. "As long as man exists," he said, “the selective processes of evolution will exact change in him. From the standpoint of history, the decades out of which we are passing are more ab normal than this day in which you pick your life’s work. Yesterday, so cial organization made for standard ization. Our fellow-beings were dom inated by specific criteria, their art istic endeavors were ruled by canons, their scholarship was designated by conventions, their manners were set by Rubric and their economic life de termined by fiat. Under such condi tions, it is difficult to live intellect ually. Privilege to Advance. “In this day of new definition, change assumes a dominant place. It Is often pointed out that we live in a chaotic world where men are bewil dered. Do not let your minds dwell upon such a negative point of view. It is your privilege and your respon sibility, ever cognizant of the lessons of history, to move forward with un derstanding and enthusiasm. "Do not think of change for the sake of change. Rather let your lives make a development in the character of the processes of change because you understand progress as a natural development. "With such an attitude in this day, you can be happy because all ways are open for minds capable of operat ing unfettered and with creative zeal. In the yesterday you might have had to follow in the ruts of roads already much traveled." At this point in his charge, Dr. Marvin warned of the dangers of too much dependence upon government. Continuing, he said: Be Strong in Endeavor. “Be strong in your intellectual en deavor, for never has a greater chal lenge in social, economic and politi cal thinking been placed before any generation. There needs to be a full consideration of the problems of gov ernment. They are not new prob lems. We have been working upon the problems that arise in the main tenance of the fundamentals of civil liberty or self-government for more than 300 years. Our present form of government has made it possible to make such adjustments as have been necessary to meet at all times the social and economic changes, and no argument advanced at present convinces as to the necessity for change in our supreme law. “Of one thing I can assure you. The day of mechanized endeavor is past and the change of our form of government will be of no value un less such change is the result of a common appreciation of the needs of men living together. Such a national attitude cannot be created under stress, nor is it likely to be born Minerva-like from theorizing. It must evolve out of protracted investigation and sympathetic adaptation of per fected usage.” Academic Procession. The commencement was preceded by the academic procession. Dr. Wil liam Allen Wilbur, provost, announced the convocation and Rev. Dr. J. Hill man Hollister asked the Invocation. Candidates for degrees were presented by the deans and directors of the various schools and divisions in the university and the degrees were con ferred by Dr. Marvin. The award of honorary degrees fol lowed the granting of the degrees in course and the presentation of pro fessors emeritus. Secretary Hull rose and faced Dr. G. W. U. Honors Notables George Washington University at its 113th annual commencement last night conferred honorary degrees of doctor of laws on Secretary of State Hull, John Lloyd Newcomb, president of the University of Virginia, and Arthur Cutts Willard, president-elect of the University of Illinois. In the photo, left to right: Dr. Willard, Secre tary Hull, Dr. Cloyd H. Marvin, president of George Washington, and Dr. Newcomb._—Star Staff Photo. Varvln. Addressing him, the univer sity president said: ■'Citizen; Gifted in qualities that lurn men toward salutary action; pub lic servant of acknowledged fineness and proved poise; natural leader in !flairs of stale who tempers judgment with high loyalties; representative at London and Montevideo; of his place in the latter conference our minds turn to the words of Isaiah: ‘They helped every one his neighbor; and every one said to his brother, be of good courage.’ Cordell Hull. Secretary of State of the United States of Amer ica in this year of our Lord, 1934.” Dr. Newcomb Gets Degree. Dr. Marvin then placed the mantle over the shoulders of the cabinet officer. In conferring a similar degree upon Dr. Newcomb, Dr. Varvin cited him as ‘‘a worthy son of the common wealth; engineer, administrator,” and humble follower of ‘ The father of the University of Virginia.” Dr. Cutts he cited as a ‘‘teacher, engineer, out standing in the grasp of the principles underlying such practice; leader, gifted in practical idealism.’' The professors who were awarded the status of professors emeritus were Prof. Charles Sidney Smith of the department of clasiscal languages, who was presented for the honor by Clarence A. Aspinwall, one of the trustees, and Prof. Edwin Charles Brandenburg, professor of law who was presented by Chief Justice Alfred A. Wheat, also a trustee of the uni versity. Certificates and degrees were award ed as follows: Junior College. Certificates—Fred Steele Bauknight, Thomas Edward Berry, Alice Evelyn Breck. Albert Seymour Bright, Joseph Francis Brisebois, Ruth Curry Brooks, Helen Stewart Bunten, Richard Henry Cassedy, Harry Lawrence Clark, jr. (with honors), William Duvall Claudy, Myrtle Cohen, Claire Hayden Collins, Richard Paulette Creyke, Caroline Edna Davis, Theo dore R. Edfeldt, Marion Laura Ervin. Gretchen Feiker, Janet Feiker, Leila Fern, Mary Margaret Ferry (with honors), Jane Wilton Ficklin, Fred Royce Franzoni. jr. (with honors); Lucy Fairfax Frazier, Susan Ottilia Futterer (with honors), Herbert Wil Uam Gediman, Eleanor Sappho George, Jacob Gilman, Nathan Gold man, Armand Byron Gordon (with honors), Irving Grodstein, Elis Grubic, Z. Selma Maria Gustavson, Earl Christy Hackworth (with honors), Robert W. Holder, Wilbur Vaughn Harlan, Harry James Haynes, Wilbur Warren Hiehle, Samuel HlUman, Rob ert Edward Hodson, William Luke Holt, Marlon Howard, James Porter Huss, Dora Mildred Ihle, Winifred Mary Lng. Maxine Elizabeth Kahn, Jean Maryann Kardell, Elizabeth Agnes Kehoe, John Hardy Kerby, Josephine Adeline Kerns, Charles A. Kinser, WiUiam Thurston Lady, Charles David Lenhoff, Muriel Bick ford Lewis (with honors), Helen Janet Leibman. Loraine Evelyn Lincoln, Cal vin Darlington Linton, Rosemary J. Lovejoy, Helen Frances Lyon, Sidney Irving Margolis, Margaret Jane Max well, Sidney Mensh, Adele Stuart Meriam (with honors). Pink Wilson Meriam (with honors). Pearl Mae MlUer, Robert Clarke Moncure, Philip Moulton, Jack Kiguma Murata (with honors), Clarence George Nellessen, William David Nye, Agnes Genevieve O’Brien, WiUiam Frank Persons, jr.; Bernath Eugene PhiUips (with hon ors) , Charlotte Gertrude Pierce, Muriel Alice Pirie, Rae Wagner Potter, Edith Louise Proffitt, Dorothy Viola Quinn, Robert Ralston, jr.; John Paul Rap polt, jr.; Margaret Virginia Read, Max Weymouth Rote, jr.; Rita Lillian Rubenstein, WiUiam George Schlecht, Marjorie Alice Sehorn (with honors), Clarence Simon. Joseph C. Smith (with honors), John Ellsworth Street, Mabel Anne Sweeney, Eunice Reba Swick, Frances Bonelle Thomas, Alden John stone Towberman, Mary Evelyn Via, Charles Dunkhorst Weber, Abraham Allen Widome, Herbert Tuttle Wlld man, WUUam Russell Willhide, John Randolph Wilson, jr.; Jane Frances Winkelhaus, WiUiam Dix Winston, George Waller Wise, Josephine Wit If the OIL in a ZOITOS PERMANENT could talk ... . . j d NO MACHINItY it would say ... no tuciticiTY i I promise you I will transform and glorify your hair!’ » _ Your Hair ij waved by a particular Hot Oil “Treat ment” tbat can be bad in no ordinary Permanent. FIFTH FLOOR—POWDER BOX ITHEHECHTCO hauer, Nettle Dorothy Wolpe and Mor ris Marvin Yood. Columbian College. Bachelor of arts—George Aetopou los, Robert Lee Agner, jr.; Lionel Gerald Angers. Mary Cordelia Bald win, Manuel M. Baralt, Delmar Otis Beasley, Rhoda Margaret Blase, B. Rene Bonnerjea, Clifford John Brink man, Barabara Esther Brown, Martha Hopkins Buchanan, Dorothy Paugh Burton, Vera Sawyer Buzbee, Prances McElroy Carden, Rowna Chaffetz, Jean Ogilvy Christie, Elizabeth Sarah Churchill. William Hedley Clews, Henry Ayre Cockrum, George Thomp son Conn, Clara Etta Critchfield, Lewis Manley Durham, Sylvia Edla vitch (with distinction), John Ells worth Everett, Julia Ruth Fick, Ar thur Forst, Catherine Jeanette Fox, Ella Selina Fraser, Eva M. Galbraith, Louis Gertler, Grace Elizabeth Giffen, Margaret Elizabeth Gilligan, Mazie Viola Goodrich, Bertha Constance Jor don, Pauline Elizabeth Harris, Muriel Frances Hazard, Alfred Boyd Hinds, William Beryl Hix. Priscilla Hol combe (with distinction), John Henry Hutson, jr.: Alice Imlay, William Belt Ingersoll. John Rozell Jacobs, jr.; Helen Hull Jones. Mary Frances Kelly, Christian Raber Kennell, Flor * ence King, Raymond Street King, Jean Caroline Kirkwood, James Kaiser Knudson, Ilse Hilde Kotz. Irving Gil bert Larkey, John Bouse Lathrop, Donald Hurley Lllley, Dennis Clem ence Link, Louise Kent Link ins, Clar ence Irving Lord. Robert Chapin Lowe, Frank Joseph Luchs, Edith Miller Manning, Ellsebeth Marechal, Genevieve McEldowney, Elizabeth Middleman Helen Clark Middleton, Samuel Robert Millen, Kenneth Keith Miller, Helen Blanche Mitchell, Philip Morgens tem, Wilson Jesse Morlan. Charles Martin Murphy, jr.; Esther Nelson. Honora MacArthur Noyes. Margarita P. Osuna, Oliver El wood Pagan, 2d; Flatonia E. Papps. Finis Irving Parrish, Catherine Margaret Phelps, Dorothy Porterfield Phelps, William Pite, Lorena Pitts, Catherine Prichard. Arthur Leon Rogers. Jr.; Mary Elizabeth Rose, Miriam Thelma Rothstein (with distinction), Clar ence Arnold Salisbury, Sylvia Inez Salomon, Samuel Loewy Samuel, Da ▼id Harold Schindell, Verna May Schult (With distinction), Frances Marion Stott, Shawn Sheahan, Jo seph Alexander Slzoo, Doris Skinker, Margaret Speight, Mary-Alice Stad den, John McFarland Swayze, Grant Eugene Syphers, Charles Richard Thom, John Roy Thomas, Eleanor Abagail Tulloch, Carol Frances Wan ner, Quentin Durward Watson, Julia Eleanor Wayland, Ademar Grimm Weingartner, William Gustavus Weis brod, Ethel Winifred Weltner, Mary Edith Whipple, Gladys Louise Whit ney (with distinction), Winifred Elle nor Whitney, Blanche Widome, Pau lina Windsor and Arthur David Zahn. Bachelor of science—John Oscar Bell, Houston Vernon Clabom, Claude Everette Cooper, Irvin Leon Cooter, Charles Louis Crltchfleld (with distinc tion). Samuel Bertolet Detweiler, Jr.; Greer Ellis, Marshall Cedric Gleason, John Wellington Knowlton, Charles Monroe Kretchman, Lawson Morell McKenzie, Trenton Meredith, Beatrice R. Miller (with distinction), Herman Jackson Morris, Carroll Blue Nash, Lewis Franklin Rader, Jr.; William Adams Rigg, Harry Edward Schon rank, Francis Patrick Scott, Gordon Oliver Stone, John Keenan Taylor and John Earlton Willard. Master of arts—Herbert Lee Alex ander, Jr.; Margaret Curb Arnold, S. Benjamin Bock, May Louise Brook, Rebecca Brown, Daniel Burman, Paul F. Burnham, Charles Othell Carlston, Mary Chenery Clark, Stet son Conn, Lois Fleming Corea, Helen Louise Eddy, James Harvey Edmoc ston, Martin Ehrlich, Ernest McNeil Eller, George Frederick Emery, Na thaniel Everard, Helen Jean Fugitt, Clarence Hahner, Virginia Klnnard, Marie Nlviaon Llnch, Louis Glenn Locke, Edmund Houston McNally, George Martin Roth, Marie Louise Siegrist, Emily Allnutt Slllln, Samuel william Simmons. Victor Leonidas Simmons, CarroU Newton Smith and Frederic Walter Stewart. School of Medicine. Doctor of medicine—Harry Apter, Alberto Diaz Atiles, William Brainin, Louis Andrew B rod kin. Florence Hearne Brookhart, Henry Lee But ler, jr.; Paul H. Case, Byron Huntington Close, William Ernest Coleman, jr.; James Vincent Con way, Merle Irving Corey, Leland Keetch Culllmore, David I. Diamond, Virgil Jackson Dorset, James Albert Dusabek, Raymond Thorwald Eklund, Harry M. Elder. Richard Epstein, William Feller, Irvin J. Fine, Clyde E. Flood, Aaron Harry Gerber, George Irwin Gould, Maurioe Turk Gromet Edward Gruberman, Hilton Drum mond Haines, Howard Hansen, How ard Edward Harper, James Alexander Henderson, George Henry Hudson Naomi Marilyn Kanof. Joseph Edgar Kent. Richard Isaac Kelsteln. Jamea David King, Aaron Harry Klelman William Luther Knott, Milton Kramer, Edward Carlton Kupers George Paul Lemeshewsky, Samuel Lipschitz, Theodore Edward Mandy Richard Carl Meo, Arthur Minsky Paul Ecret Noonan, Irving Ocheret Lloyd Deerlng Orben, Harold J. Orris Henry Lincoln Peckham, Jr. (wlti distinction), Glen Pincock, Georg* William Reeves, Barton Winters Rich wine, Fred Brinnlng Roache, Irving Robbins (with distinction), Clark Willard Royler, Gilbert Britt Rude Emerson Joseph Sanger, . Arthui Shelnmel, Hubert Francis Shreehan Israel Shulman, John Francis Skelly Carolyn Hannah Snyder, Theodore David Spritzer, Leland Ernest Steven son, Tlmoteo C. Suescum, Norbert Paul Sullivan, James Marlon Suter William Dandridge Terrell, jr.; Mar garet Catherine Weller, Grace Vic toria Young and Clarence Edgai Yount, ir. Law School. Bachelor of laws—Andrew Vangro Allison, Charles Chapin Allyn, Robferi Alpher; Don Darrell Andrews. Faustfnc R. Aponte, Robert Thomas Brown Lawrence W. 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