N. U. Students Are Honored
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Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 24 Oct 1912, p. 3


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24 Oct 1912
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Northwestern University
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.04114 Longitude: -87.69006
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Statistics for 1912-13 Reveals Many Notables and They Were Honored at Chapel Friday.
Valuable Books Gifts
The chapel services Friday were truly for the student body, and the occasion was one which comes but once a year. It showed the final results of a year's work and the successful ones are more worthy to be published as winners of college honors as are many of the celebrities who appear in these columns.
The appearance of certain names in the lists reveals the truth of the statement of President Harris that the man or woman who is the best in scholarship is more likely to be the most active and efficient in college affairs.
Of those who graduated with highest honors into the junior class Alexander Arragon is the one who shows a card without a blemish. Howard C. Greer, graduating into the sophomore class, also received everything of "A" grade throughout the year.
The six men and the six women receiving the highest grades on graduation from the freshmen class were called to the front by Dean Holgate and presented with valuable books as a sort of reward for their efforts. The six highest men are Howard C. Greer, Fanrose Siddill, Dean Traxler, James Grantham, Phillip Peterson and William Elmer. The women are Ruth FitzSimons, Marjorie Judson, Zohanna Zander, Gertrude Halsusha, Mertie Griner and Miss Cozart.
The statistics show that in the sophomore class of last year the women ranked higher than the men but in the junior class the men have made a better showing.
The honor lists that have been posted are composed of one-sixth of the members of the classes. The lists are as follows:

Sophomore Men - Edwin Blomquist, Harold Bryant, Arthur Burch, David Carlson, William Elmer, Justin Follett, James Grantham, Howard Greer, Thomas Harwood, Lewis Kelley, Fonrose Liddil, Donald Mills, John Millstead, Earl Norris, Howard Osborn, Philip Peterson, Leland Pierson, Dean Traxler, Arthur Van Vlissingen, William Walter, Adolph Wickman.

Sophomore Women - Marie Bellinghausen. Isabelle bridge, Florence Clark, Edith Cook, Deny Cozad, Edna Erickson, Joyce Farr, Ruth FitzSimons, Evelyn Frederickson, Vera Gofford, Cammie Gray, Mertie Griner, Gertrude Haluska, Louise Hartmann, Lillia Harwood, Eleanor Hill, Eleanor Holgate, Marjorie Judson, Lenore Kennedy, Maurine Lane, Kirby Lane, Louise Lewis, Mildred Logan, Fern Loring, Ledorne Seewald, Bertha Smith, Rebecca Soderholm, Ruby Steele, Ruth Umphrey, Ether Vincent, Johanna Zander.

Junior men - Alexander Arragon, Horace Campbell, Olra Flick, Arthur Hedrick, Gilbert Loveland, Caryl Nelson, Howard Pratt.

Junior Women - Anna Collins, Elise De Celle, Helen Decker, Mary Eskins, Lois Halpin, Florence Hawley, Mary Maclearm Eleanor Pruen, ruth Sanders, Helen Shipman, Adele Simonsen, Marjory Steart, Amy Stodola.

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