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236 The Crisis [[image: photo of Reginald St. Clair Reed, Honor Student A.&T. College of N.C.]] [[image: photo of D.E. Johnson, Valedictorian Lincoln University, Pa.]] [[image: Leon Myers, Honor Student Voorhees N. & I.]] [[image: photo of Daniel Andrew Collins, Ranking Student Paine College]] [[image: photo of Hattie Mae Whiting, Honor Student, Prairie View State]] Religious and Social Work. She was awarded her B.S. degree. Miss Marechal Neil V. Ellison received the degree of master of arts in sociology from the University of Pennsylvania. She was one of the few students rewarded for meritorious work done in the graduation school. William Allen an instructor in Howard university school of music for six years, was awarded his master of music degree from Oberlin conservatory of Music. Mr. Allen has been appointed an assistant professor at Fisk. Owen Dodson was graduated from Bates College with degree of bachelor of arts. He received honorable mention for hs work in the Phi Beta Kappa reading contest. Sammuel G. Fletcher received his master of arts in education from the University of Pennsylvania. Miss Amy Joyce J. Denniston received her M.A. degree from Boston university. Miss Winfred Mason receive her M.A. in education from York university. Miss Valerie Justiss received her master of arts degree from the University of Toledo. Lawrence Bertell Wilson was awarded his M.A. degree political science from the University of Illinois. He is a member of the American Political Science Association and Phi Beta Sigma fraternity. T. Everett Henry received his M.A. from New York univeristy. Miss Ruth Gwendolyn Smith, a member of the Paris-Columbia group, studied abroad at the University of Paris and was awarded her master of arts degree in French from Columbia university. Miss Lucy Price Graves was graduated from Hunter college. Miss Florence R. Beatty received her M.A. from the University of Illinois. Miss Carol Blanton received her certificate from the Juilliard Institute of Musical Art. Miss Katherine L. Bonner was awarded her B.A. in sociology at Howard university. Dr. Charles Lionel Franklin received his Ph.D. from Columbia university. A.H. Turner, Jr. received his master of business administration degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Miss Katherine Elizabeth Bell was awarded her master of arts degree in French at Columbia university. She was a foreign exchange student in 1932-33 at the College d'Orleans, France. J.R. Lillard received his B.S. degree in education from the University of Nebraska. Sylvester Warren Dickson was awarded his master of of arts degree in geology and geography at the University of Illinois. B. Alfred Cox received his bachelor of science degree in industrial education with honors from West Virginia State College. The Rev. J. Raymond Henderson received his master of sacred theology degree at Andover-Newton Theological Seminary while on leave from his duties as minister in the Wheat Street Baptist church, Atlanta, Ga. Besides those receiving the bachelor's degree, the following degrees have been bestowed on Negro students: Doctors of Philosophy, 10; Masters of Arts and Science 139; Master of Law, 1; Bachelors of Law 9; Doctors of Medicine, 69; Doctors of Dental Surgery,12; Doctors of Law, 2; Civil Engineer, 1; Juris Doctor, 1; Bachelors of Divinity, 27; Masters of Education, 6; Pharmaceutical Chemist, 1; Doctors of Education, 2. Other degrees: Bus.B., 5; Mus.M., 1; Ph.B., 3; M.B.A., 1; B.F.A., 1; B.P.E., 1; S.T.M., 3; B.B.A., 2; B.S.M., 2; Th.B., 9; D.D., 4. [[3 column table]] School | Number Enrolled | A.B. or B.S. | Howard | 1,805 | 139 | Tennessee A.& I, State | 1,049 | 95 | Tuskegee Institute | 922 | 80 | Alabama State Teachers College | 886 | 22 | Prairie View | 866 | 73 | Virginia State | 847 |83 | Lane College | 689 | 31 | Wilberforce | 681 | 22 | West Virginia State | 655 | 88 | Morris-Brown | 590 | 37 | A.& T. College of North Carolina | 543 | 33| State A.& M College, Orangeburg, S.C. | 486 | 92 | Louisville Municipal College | 474 | 32 | Morgan | 461 | 51 | Shaw | 459 | 39 | Clark University | 450 | 48 | Bishop College | 414 | 21 | Lincoln University, Mo | 410 | 37 | Fisk | 370 | 48 | Morehouse | 356 | 44 | A.,M. & N. College, Pine Bluff, Ark.| 350 | 23 | Georgia State Industrial College | 334 | 35| Johnson C. Smith | 320 | 48 | St. Augustine's College | 308 | 37 | Bluefield State Teachers College | 303 |24 | Tillotson | 294 | 19 | Meharry | 280 | -- | North Carolina College for Negroes | 280| 24 | Lincoln University, Pa | -- | 24 | Spelman | 274 | 34 | Talladega | 264 | 45 | Bethune-Cookman College | 256 | -- | Livingstone College | 225 | 27 | Paine College | 222 | 14 | Claflin University | 179 | 19 | Cheyney Training School for Teachers | 159 | 32 | Barber-Scotia College | 141 | -- | Atlanta University | 132 | -- | Jarvis Christian College | 117 | -- | [[end table]] (Continued on page 252) [[image: photo of William, Allen, Mus. M. Oberlin]] [[image: photo of Amy Joyce J. Dennison, M.A. Boston University]] [[image: photo of T. Everett Henry, M.A. New York University]] [[image: photo of Sylvester Warrant Dickson, M.A. University of Illinois]] [[image: photo of Winifred Mason, M.A. New York University]]
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