Education: Kudos: Jun. 27, 1927

Men and women, many of them long unaccustomed to the swish of academic robes around their legs, have been marching in mortarboard caps and silken gowns at recent commencement exercises of U. S. colleges and universities. They were the recipients of honorary degrees—kudos conferred because of their wealth, position or service to humanity. Below will be found the names of a number of the distinguished personages so honored during May and June, 1927. It is not necessarily implied that either the institutions or the individuals listed are the "most distinguished."

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