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Six Become Masters of Laws, Others Win Special Honors


The University yesterday conferred degrees on 40 Law School students who completed their studies during the spring term. Six of the degrees were for Masters of Law.

Bachelor of Laws degrees, magna cum laude, were received by Lawrence F. Ebb '39 and Harris K. Weston '40 both as of the class of 1943. Those winning cum laude awards were Garfield H. Horn '40, Robert A. McDowell, William P. Reiss, as of the class of 1943; and James A. Lake, class of 1946.

Those receiving Masters of Laws degrees were Joseph D. Block, Donald M. Cormie, James E. Cotter, Evans G. Fitts, Joseph S. Gill, and Alfred Schulman.

Bachelor of Laws degrees were awarded to:

Alfred A. Hampson, Jr., Warren C. Hennrich, William M. Higgins, Jr. '36, Alvin Slater, Arthur C. Warner, and William H. Witbeck.

As of the class of 1944: Wendell A. Garrity, Jr., Richard G. Martens, and Milton A. Rudin.

As of the class of 1943: Joseph V. Cavanagh, Omar F. Elder, Quentin L. Housholder, David S. Kapell, John R. Mahoney '37, Frederick S. Pillsbury, William D. Pinansky, and Jerome E. Rosen '40.

As of the class of 1942: Ray P. Baker, Jr. '39, Occar M. Bate, Jr., James M. DeLoreto, James C. Evans, Robert S. Hellendale, Norman E. Henkin, John H. Miller, 2nd, Herbert F. Schmelzer '39, Alf R. Stavig, and Thomas P. Webster, Jr.

As of the class of 1940: John A. Platz '35.

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