Education: Kudos: Jul. 2, 1928

"Cleveland's Proud Record with Music" was a headline in a New York newspaper when Nikolai Grigorovitch Sokoloff, conductor of the Cleveland Orchestra, received two honorary degrees—one from Western Reserve University, one from Capital University (Columbus, Ohio).

Other recipients of honorary degrees, in addition to those listed in TIME, June 18 and 25, are:

Dartmouth College

Newton Diehl Baker, lawyer, onetime Secretary of War (1916-21) LL. D.

George Higgins Moses, U. S. Senator from New Hampshire. LL. D.

Mark Sullivan, political correspondent Litt. D.

Charles Adams Platt, architect Litt. D.

Harvard University

Bronson Murray Cutting, U. S. Senator from New Mexico M. A.

Herbert Putnam, head of the Congressional Library LL....

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