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    Dallas School to Honor 3 of Founders
    (Dallas Morning News, 1960-09-07T00:00:00-07:00)
    Newspaper Clipping titled Dallas School to Honor 3 of Founders. Honorary degrees to be given to Rev. Thomas K. Gorman, Edward R. Maher, and Eugene Constantin Jr. Event will take place on September 28, 1960 at the Founders' Day ceremonies. The University also bestowed honorary degrees on Gen. Douglas MacArthur, Gen. Patrick J. Hurley and Ambassador to Mexico, Robert C. Hill. Dallas Morning News, September 7, 1960, Page 13.
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    General Hurley Remains Opposed to Peiping Set
    (Dallas Morning News, 1960-09-29T00:00:00-08:00)
    Newspaper Clipping titled General Hurley Remains Opposed to Peiping Set. Article discusses how Gen. Hurley was present at the first Founders' Day at the University of Dallas where he received an honorary degree.Dallas Morning News, September 29, 1960, Page 4.
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    Founders' Day Set Wednesday by University
    (Dallas Morning News, 1960-09-26T00:00:00-08:00)
    Newspaper Clipping titled Founders' Day Set Wednesday by University. Article discusses first Founders' Day with an academic procession. Also discusses honorary degrees to be given to: Most Rev. Thomas K. Gorman bishop of the Dallas-Fort Worth Diocese, Edward R. Maher, and E. Constantin Jr. All three are founders of the school and are members of the trustee executive committee. Doctor of Humane Letters degrees will be awarded to Gen. Douglas MacArthur, Patrick J. Hurley, and Robert C. Hill. Ceremonies were held in the school's main administration building (Carpenter Hall). Dallas Morning News, September 26, 1960, Page 4.
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    Real American
    (Dallas Morning News, 1960-09-28T00:00:00-08:00)
    Newspaper Clipping titled Real American. Honorary degree to be given to Gen. Douglas MacArthur by the University of Dallas on Founders' Day. Dallas Morning News, September 28, 1960, Page 13.
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    5 Honorees To Attend Founder Day
    (Dallas Morning News, 1960-09-18T00:00:00-07:00)
    Newspaper Clipping titled 5 Honorees To Attend Founder Day. Honorary degrees to be given to Rev. Thomas K. Gorman, Edward R. Maher, and Eugene Constantin Jr. Event will take place on September 28, 1960 at the Founders' Day ceremonies. The University also bestowed honorary degrees on Gen. Douglas MacArthur, Gen. Patrick J. Hurley and Ambassador to Mexico, Robert C. Hill. Dallas Morning News, September 18, 1960, Page 17.
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    Two Generals Warn of Autocracy
    (Dallas Morning News, 1960-09-29T00:00:00-08:00)
    Newspaper Clipping titled Two Generals Warn of Autocracy. Article discusses honorary degrees of doctor of humane letters were given to Gen. Douglas MacArthur and Gen. Patrick J. Hurley at Founders' Day ceremony. Article contains photo of honorary degree recipients at ceremony, which included: Eugene Constantin Jr., Robert C. Hill, Bishop Thomas K. Gorman, Gen. Patrick J. Hurley, and Edward R. Maher. Gen. Douglas MacArthur accepted his degree in absentia. Dr. Robert Morris conferred honorary degrees. Dallas Morning News, September 29, 1960, Page 12.