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118 THE CRISIS Clark, Kelly Miller, Jr., receives the degree of Master of Arts. Three girls graduate from Radcliffe: Miss E. B. Dykes receives her degree "Magna Cum Laude"; Miss F. O. Grant was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa in her junior year and took second year and final honors in classics; Miss N. F. Wright finishes the course in three and one-half years and has already been appointed to work for the Health Survey of Cape Cod. Miss A. E. Sears receives the Bachelor of Arts degree from Wellesley. She has been active in sports and received three scholarships. From Smith, Miss C. E. S. Lee receives the Bachelor of Arts degree. THE STATE UNIVERSITIES. The University of Michigan sends out five Bachelors of Arts: J. R. Crossland, J. S. Price, W. S. Wickliffe, and the Misses P. W. Waters and H. E. Wilson. Mr. Wickliffe has been a member of the track team. Mr. G. A. Ferguson receives his Bachelor of Science degree in agriculture from the University of Illinois and M. A. Chandler takes the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in chemistry. Mr. Chandler is a member of the Phi Lambda Upsilon and of the Sigma Chi. He has held a fellowship in chemistry for two years. The University of Wisconsin graduates V. C. Turner from the two-year course in agriculture. Indiana University graduates the following Bachelors of Arts: G. H. Brown, E. F. Cox, T. C. Johnson, A. E. Meyzeek and Robert Skelton. Mr. Johnson is married and has supported his family during his college work. Mr. Cox belonged to many of the departmental clubs and was secretary and treasurer of the Physics Club. There are two graduates from Ohio State University: S. M. Taylor, Bachelor of Arts, and Miss J. Brassfield from the College of Agriculture. The University of Kansas graduates A. Hawkins and Miss M. L. Jones as Bachelors of Arts, E. S. Perry in Fine Arts and T. G. Marton in engineering. Mr. Marton would like to get in touch with every Negro engineer in America and plan a suitable organization. The Misses P. Jackson and E. Anderson graduate in Home Economics from Kansas State Agricultural College with the degree of Bachelor of Science. The following receive the degree of Bachelor of Arts from the State University of Iowa: a. A. Keene and the Misses V. London, I. J. McClain, M. Graves, R. Southall, and M. Morgan. Mr. Keene did "superior" work in German and had "unusual" ability in Spanish. Iowa State College graduates three Bachelors of Science; R. A. Hamilton, W. M. Cain, and E. Moore. Mr. Cain won three prizes in a landscape designing competition, was a member of the college fruit judging team, and won three prizes in a speaking contest. He is secretary of the Horticultural Club and a member of the "Da Luk." The Rev. E. W. Daniel, assistant rector of St. Philips Parish, receives his Master of Arts degree from New York University and the Misses S. L. Jones and A. C. Stewart receive the degree of Bachelor of Science. The University of Nebraska graduates Miss F. F. Cooley as a Bachelor of Arts and D. M. Prillerman, son of the president of West Virginia Collegiate Institute, receives his Bachelor of Science degree from Michigan Agricultural College. THE LEADING COLORED COLLEGES. HOWARD University graduates 56 Bachelors of Arts and Sciences, 21 being from the Teachers' College, and 35 from the College of Arts and Sciences. The ranking scholar in the College of Arts and Sciences is John L. Berry. Miss J. E. Baer ranks the Teachers' College. Fisk sends out 32 college graduates with C. W. Wesley, "Magna Cum Laude," as ranking scholar. Hereafter no student will be admitted to college rank at Fisk "with less than fourteen units." Atlanta has 9 college graduates with B. F. Sherard as ranking scholar. Gifts and pledges amounting to $65,000 have been made to Atlanta during the year and courses in organic chemistry and biology have been added to the curriculum. Wilberforce sends out 16 college graduates with Miss Margaret Watkins as ranking scholar. A hospital has been completed during the year and a recitation hall and gymnasium are being erected. Lincoln graduates 32 students, 29 of whom receive the degree of Bachelor of Arts and the others the degree of Bachelor of Science. Willis G. Price is ranking scholar. Morehouse has 10 college graduates ranked by J. P. Barbour. The college has just celebrated her fiftieth anniversary and dedicated a new $30,000 dormitory. Biddle is also celebrating her [[16 images]] MISS T. WILLIAMS, Knoxville. C. W. WESLEY, Fisk. F. R. LAMPKIN, Ga. State. N. S. ROBERTS, Fla. A. & M MISS C. V. MOSLEY, Shaw. I. D. WOOD, Biddle. W. A. DANIEL, Va. Union. L. A. MAHONE, Talladega. MISS A. M. K. JOHNSON, Philander SMith. E. BAILEY, Wylie. J. P. BARBOUR, Morehouse. W. G. PRICE, Lincoln. MISS M. WATKINS, Wilberforce. J. R. FERGUSON, Ark. Baptist. E. B. TROTMAN, Morgan. B. F. SHERARD, Atlanta. 119
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