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List of Today's 62 Degree Recipients

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Following is the list of those who were awarded honorary degrees at the Tercentanary Exercises this morning:

Edgar Douglas Adrain, of the University of Cambridge, Physiology. Nobel Prize winner.

Charles McLean Andrews, of Yale, History.

Masaharn Anesaki, of the Imperial University of Tokyo, Religion.

Edward Battersby Bailey, of the University of Glasgow, Geology.

Sir Joseph Barcroft, of the University of Cambridge, Physiology.

Friedrich Berglus, of Heidelberg; Chemistry. Nobel Prize winner.

Norman Levi Bowen, of the Carnegle Institute in Washington, Petrology.

Rudolf Carnap, of the Deutsche University at Prague, Philosophy.

Elie Joseph Cartan, of the University of Paris, Mathematics.

V. Gordon Childe, of the University of Edinburgh, Archaeology.

John Harold Clapham, of the University of Cambridge, History.

James Bertram Collip, of McGill University, Biochemistry.

Arthur Holly Compton, of the University of Chicago, Physics. Nobel Prize winner.

Douglas Berry Copland, of the University of Melbourne, Commerce.

Edward Samuel Corwin, of Princeton, Jurisprudence.

Peter Debye, of the University of Leipzig, Physics.

Edward Joseph Dent, of the University of Cambridge, Music.

Leonard Eugene Dickson, of the University of Chicago, Mathematics.

Charles Harold Dodd, of the University of Cambridge, Divinity.

Sir Arthur Stanley Eddington, of the University of Cambridge, Astronomy.

Hans Fischer, of the Technische Hochschule, Munich, Chemistry. Nobel Prize winner.

Ronald Aymler Fisher, of the University of London, Eugenics.

Etienne Gilson, of the College de France, Paris, and the University of Toronto, Philosophy.

Corrado Gini, of the University of Rome, Sociology.

Louis Ginsberg, of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, New York City, Talmud.

Adolph Goldschmidt, of the University of Berlin, Art.

Godfrey Harold Hardy, of the University of Cambridge, Mathematics.

Ross Granville Harrison, of Yale, Biology.

Paul Hazard, of the College de France, Comparative Literature.

Johan Hjort, of the University of Oslo, Marine Biology.

Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins, of the University of Cambridge, Biochemistry. Nobel Prize winner.

Bernardo Alberto Houssay, of the University of Buenos Aires, Physiology.

Werner Wilhelm Jaeger, of the University of Berlin, Classical Philology.

Pierre Janet, of the College de France, Psychology.

Howard Mumford Jones, of the University of Michigan, English.

Charles Gustav Jung, of the Technische Hochschule, Zurich, Analytic Psychology.

Hans Kelsen, of the Institute Universaire des Hautes Etudes Internationales, Geneva, International Law.

August Krogh, of the University of Co-penhagen, Zoophysiology. Nobel Prize winner.

Karl Landsteiner of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research in New York City. Nobel Prize winner.

Andrew Cowper Lawson, of the University of California, Geology.

Tullio Levi-Civita, of the University of Rome, Rational Mechanics.

Robert Morison MacIver, of Columbia, Political Philosophy and Sociology.

Bronislaw Malinowski, of the University of London, Anthropology.

Rene Maunier, of the University of Paris, Colonial Legislation and Sociology.

Friedrich Meinecke, of the University of Berlin, History.

Wesley Clair Mitchell, of Columbia, Economics.

Eduard Norden, of the University of Berlin, Classical Philology.

John Howard Northrop, of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, New York City.

Antonie Pannekoek, of the University of Amsterdam, Astronomy.

Paul Pelliot, of the College de France, History.

Jean Piaget, Geneva, Scientific Thought.

Frederick Maurice Powicke, of the University of Oxford, History.

William Emmanuel Rappard, of the University of Geneva, Public Finance.

Dennis Holme Robertson, of the University of Cambridge, Economics.

Michael Ivanovich Rostovtzeff, of Yale, History.

Leopold Rusicka, of the Technische Hochschule, Zurich, Chemistry.

Kiyoshi Shiga, of Kitasota Institute, Tokyo, Medicine.

Hu Shih, of the National University of Peiping, Philosophy.

Filippo Silvestri, of the Regia Scuola Superiore de Agricultura, Portici, Italy, Zoology.

Hans Spemann, of the University of Freiburg, Boology. Nobel Prize winner.

The Svedberg, of the University of Upsala, Sweden, Chemistry. Nobel Prize winner.

Leopold Wenger, of the University of Vienna; Law

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