Calgary Herald

1953-05-08 - Page 30


Fifteen Albertans Receive Degrees 

Fifteen Alberta students at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon received degrees today at the University's 42nd annual  convocation. Included in the 427 degrees was the Doctor of Philosophy degree of Douglas Villy Cormach of Edmonton. He previously received a Master of Science degree from the University of Alberta.
Edmonton city graduates included Blair Francis Barnes and Francis Murray Clare, Bachelor of Arts; James Donald Henderson,Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering.
CALGARY STUDENTS included: Joseph Donald Chisholm, Bachelor of Arts; Norman Douglas Knowles, Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering; Edward Hays Watson, Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering with distinction; Lawrence Benjamin Levine, B.A., Bachelor of Laws, and Jean Margaret Cowell, Bachelor of Science in pharmacy with distinction.
Lethbridge students Laurence Higa and David Austin Wilson received the degree of Bachelor of Arts; Takenorie Nishimura, Raymond, Bachelor of Arts; Vincent Erik Erikssen, of Czar, Bachelor of Arts and the Balfour Memorial scholarship and honors bursary in philosophy. George Rodney Knaut, Llb, Camrose, Bachelor of Arts; and Isor Chorneyko, Grassy Lake, Bachelor of Arts.

Extracted by J. Kynman 2014-10-19