Eastern Michigan University - Aurora Yearbook (Ypsilanti, MI)

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AVI-'ZLQRA PVBLISHEDANNVALLV smug SENIQRSAOII-TI-IE-MICHIGAN STATE- NORMAL-COLLEGE VQLVIVXE ' 2, 5 1 153 ED1TQn-xN-cn1r..1:r:- AL1CE.r-IMARNQR BVSINESS-MANAGER - I-l.D.l-IVBBAIQD I f,,,.....,,,,, ,,,..,.,..,,., Q-fm, ,,,, V ,.,. ,..,,,,..,....,..,,,..,......,...,,,......,,.,,,...,.,.,,...,,,.....,.... , ,. .,.,,,,,,...,.......,., .,A. . ...,,..., , ....... ....,....,... 1 2 .,.A...,.,, 1 :::,.::g,,,.,,:111i:'2 H ,. '- 1 ..... ......... J - -7 5 1 DEDICATIO I To WEBSTER H. PEARCE, IN APPRECIATION OF HIS SINCERE INTEREST IN SCHOOL ACTIVITIES, HIS UPRICHTNESS OF CHARACTER, AND HIS CHRISTIAN CITIZEN- SHIP, WE DEDICATE THE AURORA OF 1916 WM ww ? W 6 7775 1 ff? 9 eg! W MMM ww M 47 mazfsa ffff www! XM 4? if MWMH .w,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,.,,..,,..N,,.,,.,,,,, ,....,,.,.c... 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It is impossible to put into this book all ofthe thoughts and feelings that we have for our College, but if you find embodied within its pages those phases of College life that have appealed most to you, then we have accomplished our purpose. To you we leave the Aurora with this parting injunction, "Open its pages with- out knocking and close them in the same Way. 5' W MM 411 4 ffl :yea MQW, 651 J fa M411 f 9? LW 010, .. wg, fl M11 W Q91 Z: 1 W ,mf W fffffff W f f ff H, ZW? fi' Mm ff 5? ' M fly 4 ,, M 1,11 ef 5-1315, H--T175-if353353-735l7f?3TTlTI11-----A----W-----hi-. M .A,' 1 , X5 ,.,. fx '723 'Q--4,.I""--. 0 5162.5 'FW' yn, 4, 1 2 A . "'---.3---. Y ag' ::f 145 7,1 f"M,,, , 'ff H J Rik 34312:-Nw-M J.::,,.f.mf.,, .,.,a,A,,,..4nfm,pg-5..gvq,5mfZfAi3,g,Q,14' 41:1 ,,,,, 1:v.1v "'---M-.w.f AJ --M..-...,z.,.::..ggi::::::::::::::::::::::::gt::,L-.,-..-k.-u,.. ,Qmmfff.n:2 ...,, ' ' . ' - "'A"' ... ' 'A""' ' ' :.'...'f""'t."'.J Order of the Books THE COLLEGE Wezos The Faculty 1 2 THE CLASSES Degrees Seniors Jzmiors 3 ORGANIZATIONS u S an ociejes Cl I1 d S 1 Sororities and Fraternities 4 ATHLETICS 5 IRISH LITERATURE 7 ll pf 4M 1 : QM 4f,,,,, fa ' f A 5 eff f - 1f C C-jqwj Wglfvga ii . f . V.,.,, .Wen ,. The School Teachers' Creed BELIEVE in boys and girls, the men and Women of a great tomorrow, that whatsoever the boy soweth the man shall reap. I believe in the curse of ignorance, in the efficacy of schools, in the dignity of teaching, and in the joy of serving others. I believe in wisdom as revealed in human lives well as in the pages of a printed bookg in lessons taught, not so much by precept as by exampleg in ability to Work with the hands as well as to think with the headg in everything that makes lite large and lovely. I believe in beauty in the school room, in the home, in daily life, and in out of doors. I believe in laughter, in love, in faith, in all ideals and distant hopes that lure us on. I believe that every hour of every day we receive a just reward for all we are and all we do. I believe in the present and its opportunities, in the future and its promises, and in the divine joy of living. Amen. EDWIN Osooon GROVER. Copyright 1901 by Alfred Bartlett. W 6 3311,-,::::::::::::::: ,,..,,,. ::3:t3:1:3.,g.,......,,,,,,-.-.,,,,?4- Jggqyzt f,W,WQ ff fd F- N' Q. E 1 , ,.:.-:1g:..ff' QWW-Q','.1 ' if X M-,. 'f.., 5 QM 4 r ,. ,,4. ,., a .fu f,ff a..,, .,.... ff , :fix .... - f ---Q -,M '-X 'X rf-., W H, ,, . ., .if gy? 4. 7 7 gm- f.,-,-4 MK f.,4!,4gfW74!M7,f1, , , -. 4, Q-1:5 ,,-,4. ,LJ so '--1l1'fIfI'.'I.TIfifflTIIIIIIIJZIIIIZIIIILYIZILIIQ2:11.2MN'.Q,..Q,iQQ.1.1,L,2:?:::::::f:f,1fZ.,W2.1,..1a:,Z1fLif...:...ELJjjI """"" - " - "' . "' 3 ':'...-"""'...3' Greetings from the Seniors Here's Greetings to you, Faculty! But for your kindly thought, Our strivings here would have, We fear, Come to naught. And here's to you, Oh, Junior Class! Dim Future bravely gleams, May Achievement bright, her golden light Shed oaer your dreams. Greetings to you, our school friends all! May Aurora's pages renew, The friendships made and hours you played. Success to you! GLADYS A. Evaxs. V f 44 fi fifwwa ' 1 IW "w:3'7,?:- .Ziff M4 ,,,:,Zf,,, if 'Z 'lima' ZW, I f E' i..,m.i........a,,,M.i,.,. ,,,,,,,,,..,,,, W ,,,,,, N ,,,,,,,,, N ,,,.,,, , I K... ,,,, ,,,. .... .. ........ -... ........ , .............,,. , ........... ............................... ..... ....,....lTI1I,'j,1i"""",j ' -2-.., 5 . 1::::f:'.'f'i4Qagp?f6 '--IX 'wh 1 uf ,1- V fyvlfy -.., x -, A. I 1 . : ft., rg Q ,,.,,,, 1, , 4! '.z,4f, .,,. w.,.f- -f af 1 1-ff :xii ,. I I lb 1125-:-1f:L"i S-::'15fA'?f2WWf wif W ff . 1 ,...,, ..... 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With several additions this is now the college hall, Through its efhcient faculty and scores of alumni, who are doing competent work in almost every state in the Union, the Michigan State Normal College has gained a nationwide reputation. In the preparation of its teachers the institution stands for three essentials: a high grade of scholarshipg the study of education as a scienceg and practice in teaching under expert supervision and criticism. 9 IllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllIllIlllllIllllllllllllVIIIlllllVIII!llllllllllIIIUIIIlIlllHllllllllIllllIlllUlllllllillllllllllllllNIHllllllllHIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllIIIHIIIHKIIE 5 E E E ? 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E ilVIIIUllllllllllHllllNUIIHIIIIHUlllllllllllilllNlIllllNlllllIllllHIINNllllNNllllllllllWFKII4NlllllNllllNHII1WHlllNHIIHNIHWllllNHII1NVllllNIIIHlllllUIIIWWIlllNIllllHIINNill!NNIIIllIllllllllllllllVIII!HllllllllWNIIIHllllNllllNIIIHIIIHVIII!NIHlllllNll!!VIII!NIII!UlllNllllVII!NHllNVIIINIIIHHHlllllNllllHIINVIIIUIIIlHHNlllNlIllNllllWllllNllllNlllllllllNIIINlllllVIHlllllllllNllllNllllNIIINllllWVIIIDII1HI!lllllNIlllllllNIII!lIIHUlliUHNIIIHlllllIllllllllllillllllIIIUlllUlllHlllVllllVIIINllllllllllIII!NIIIHIIINllllNUIIUIIIIUIIHIII1lllllllllilllllllllllllll? , 10 ' glVIIIVlllllVlllllllllHIllUlllllllllVIIIllllllIII4lllllHllllllllDllllTlIlITIIWlI!TIIITlIIIllIlllVlllfllllVVIIUflIl'lIIIfllIlTIlI1Tlll'HIIl'UlllHIIIUIHTIIITVIITYIIHlllllVII4VIIIllllllIIIUIIIUlllllllllllllKlllHilllIllHllllllllHI!HllllllllillllllllVIIllIIUVIIIlVIHlllllIII!lIlllllllllIllllIllllIIlTlIlVIIIUIIHlllllKlllHITHIIHIlllVIIIlLIIUPII4HlllNIUVIIUIIIlVIIIHillHIIlVIIIHillUllllIlllllllVTIITTIITWIHVllllVllllVII!llIlllHHlIIIllIllHHllIllllllllIIIllllllVIIIlVIIIllIIIlVIIllIlllVIHlilllHIIlIII!lllllUllllIIIllllllllllllIlllVIIIVIIIVllllHlllllllllllllllllflllll' E E - s PT6SiLi67Lt,S Home 2 OR a number of years this was the private E residence of Dr. L. H. .lonesg but it was pur- S chased by the state in 1915 for the home of the 5 college president. lfVithin the next year this site 5 will be used for the new library of the college. E ll'l NUI! 11 iii Q35 HT: .1.,n..vi'.f MINUllllUIIHllllllllllllVlllllIII1HlllUlllllIII!lVIIIllill!lllllllVlllllllllVlllllllllKllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllVIHllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllVII!llIlllIlllllllllIllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllIlllUII1lllllllllllllllilllUllllII4lllllllllllIIIUIIIllllllIllllIllllllllilllHllllVIIllIllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllilIIIHIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllIII1lllllillllllllllllllllllFIIlllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllUlllHlllllllmllNIHHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllFlllllllllllllllllllIllllIIIllll!NllllllllllllWIllllIlIVlIlWIllllIlTUg S E .. S 5 ' 1 E e Training School 5 E 3 2 .Was built in' 1896. Previous to this time, the Q 2 Training department was located in the main build- 2 2 ing of the college. In 1910 an addition was built 5 better to accommodate the first grade, the Kinder- 2 garten, Manual Training, and the Household Arts 5 E department. Under the able direction of Superin- E 2 tendent Roberts and a very efficient corps of Train- A K' 2 2 lng teachers, this department of our college has 5 E gained an enviable reputation. A E 5 ' E 2 - - 2 E E EllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHllllllllllllllllUlllllIIIWFIIHlIllllUllllHllllUlllllllllNlllllllllllllIlllllIIIWlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIllllllllllllllllllVlllllllllllllllNIllllIllllIIIIlVIII1lllllllIlllllllllIII4lPIIIllllllVIIIllllllllllllllllNIHVINllllHlllIII!lllllllllllllllllllllKII4llllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllUllllIlllIII!lIllllIllllllllIllllIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllUIWllllllllllllllIlllVIIIlIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllIII!lIllllllllllllllllllllnlli x 1- . . ,. ' 12 1 , - HE Michigan State Normal Training School 2 QllllVIIIIHIIHVIILHIIIIIMIIIHIIHIIIIUIIIHIIIHIII1llllHIIIHIIIIKIIIlVllllVIIIlIllllllliIIIIUIIIIIIHlllllIIIIIIIIIlIIIIllllllllllllllHIIIIIIHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllUllllllllIIIUIllWllllVIII!VllllUIHNIHllllUIUIIIIWlllllllllHHlllllWIIHlllllllliVIIIIIIIIYIIIIlllltlllllllllHllllllllKIIUHI4NIIIHIIHNIll!KlllIIII1lllllllllllllllllllVIIINllllNVII1HIMIIINIIIHIllllllllllltlllllllllllIII!VIIIHIIIIIIIHIIIIllllllllllillllllllVlllllllllllllllllllIIIILIIIMIILlII!IIIINIIIHlllllIlllNHIHHIUIIIMIIHllllllllllllmlllNIHlllllllllllllllIIIDIIIJllllllllillllllllllllllh E "r-.. E Ns. XM is x 4 R X. X X Q E E E 5 E E 5 5 . E E, 5 E. E E E E E E . 5 3 E g , mm r . g . A Gymnasium 'NDER the direction of Mr. Bowen and Mrs. Burton, the Physical Training department has become one of the largest in the college and sis keenly appreciated by every student. The gym- nasium is the center of many college activities, such as basketball games and informal parties. Here is staged one of the most anticipated events of the year, the Junior-Senior Girls' Meet. In 1915 a new men's department was added, and extensive improvements were made in the building until now it is among the best equipped gymnasia in the state. 1 WIIflmlIllIINIIlil!IlllllllHillIILlllllllllllIllLlll1MIl1lJll'IlIllIllIll.lllI!IIIlIKI1!.llIl.l1lIl1IllhlllMllllIlIUIMllllIllllIlllllIlIll!IIIl1lIlI1Hl11I1lUIIlI1l1l'dlILlIIllIlIl1lIlIiIIIi1IillIIRIIU1II!!LIUllIIllIKMHl!EHmHBIXmMMMUWmMWII mM B 'wi 'b ' il- is' 'QUlVIIIllIllllIIIHIIIIllIIIHIIIIlIIIUllllllllllllllllllllVlllilVIIIlVII!llllllIIINlIllllIllHilllHlllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllVIII!lIllllllllVII4lIlllllllHllllllllllllHlllVIIIlPllllllllVIIIHIlllllllHITUIlllfllllllflillllIllllllllllllillHlllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIUIIIIIIIIllllilllllllllIII!!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllmlllllllllllllllUllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIDIIIUIIILlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllVIIlllIIl1llUlIlIllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIFlllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllg E E E E lllIlllllll'llllVIllfllIlTlIlllIIlllIIlTllIl E E 5 E E S E E 5 5 E E Science Building E 2 HE Science Hall is a thoroughly modern 2 2 structure built in 1903. It has spacious and E 5 well equipped classrooms and laboratories for the 5 2 departments of biology, chemistry, and physics. 2 E E E A E 2 E E E E E ilvllllllllIllllIIIIIUlllllllllllllllUlllllIIIUUIIUVlllllllilllllllUWUIlllPIIIlllllllllllllllllUUI!lllllllHHUIllllIlllVIIIlllllllllllllVllllVIIIllIIIlVIII!llllllVIIINVII!lLllllUIUlllllllIIIllIIIlVIII!lIlllPIIIllIllllIIIHIIIllIIIlNIII!lIII4lNI4llllllVlllllIlilVIIIlNII4lIIIIllllllNIHIIIUNIUlllllbllllIllllIllllIII4lIllllllllVlllllIlllVIIIllIllllllllillllllllllllllllllIll!lIIIllIIIllIIIllIIIUII1llllilllllIIIllIIIllIllllllllIIIIlllllllllllllllIIIUIIIlVllllVIIIlllllVIII4lVHlFIIUlllllIIIlVIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllVIIIlllllHlllIII!llllllIIIllIlllIIIIUIIIIPIIIUIIIIIIIHE f gEMIlI1lIII1TlIIllIIII1hIlJVIII!HII1VIII!HIIIHllllIIIIILIIIlllllWVllllllllllllllllllVIIHIII!lIIIHIIIHIIIUlllHIIHIIIIIII!lllllllllllllillllHIIUIIIIlIllllllllllllHIMVllilKIITIIIIHIIHKIIIVIIIlIIII4IIIHIIIUIllMII!IlllllllllIIIHIIIUIIIHI!lIIIUIH!PIII!WIllW!II1lllllVIIIlllllUI!!HIIMKIINlllllllllHlllHII1lIII1III!!III!!IIIUHIMIIIJVIII!HIIUIIIUIIINKllllllllVIII!VIII!lllliIKIIJHII1lllllIIII4lllllVIIINlllllFIIINKIIHllllllllllIIIHlllilIII!NIII1NIHlllllVlllillllllllllVIIIllllllVIIIUIIIWVIIIllllllllllUIIINIIIllllillllllllllllllllllllNllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllg K 9-f?'Kf . E QNX. f'1. . E E 5 E 3 Z 5 E E E : E E S Campus S cene 2 5 5 2 E 5 L' PON the campus we love to roam g 5 In dear old Ypsi, our college home." 3 - E E S 5 E 2 E E E E 2 E 5 E E 2 Q 9 . 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This 3 2 thoroughly modern school building was erected in ii 5 1901. s E 51llllllUII1UIIIUUllllllllllIllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllVIII!lllllllllllUIllllllllllllllllIIIUUIIHlIINHIIUlIII1lllllllIII1lVII!llllllHIIIVlllllIlllllllilllllllllllUIIIHIIIHIIIHNIUVllllllllllllllHIIUIIIIlVIIIllllllVIIIllIlllllllHIII1lIII!lllllllllliVIII!HII1llllllllllUllllVIIIlVIIIlllllllllllllllUlllllIIIlVIIIlVIIIlllllllIllllllllllllllIIIlPIIIllIHUIllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllIlllllllilllllllllllIII1lIIIIlIII!llllllllllllllllIlllIlllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIHIIIHlIIHIIIlIIIIllIllI11E'E ' 16 gillHllllIllllllllUllllIlllllIllllllllIlllllIlllUI!lPIIINNIUlllllllllNlllllIIIllIlllIllllIllllIlllVIIIDllllIlllllllNIII1lIllHIlllNIllHlllNIUlIlllNVlllIIIUIlllVII4lVIIIllIlllIIIlVIIUFIIHIllllIlllllllllllllIllllllllIll!llllllIlllFIIlNIHVIIIlVlllHIIllKllllIlllllllllllllIlllVIIIlVII4lHlllIII4NIIIDlllDII1llllllIlllVIIIlHI4lVII1lFIIIlil!NlIlllIllllPlllNVIINlPINlII!lNIIINlIlllIII4lHHlKilllVII!WNIIINVIHNVIHllIINlllllIII4lVII4lVIIlNIIINlPIIllVIIlllllllVIHllllllIII4NIIINlIIIllIINNlllllHHlVIHNVIIIlVIIIlllllllIlllIIIllVIIHVIIlNIllNlIIIllIIIlNVIIllFIIllVlllllllllllllllllllllll L E E 5 3 2 E E E e E 5 r IIIIFIM , unmmmnmmumnummsmn River Scene HE Huron River will always hold -a large place in the hearts of our students. With the Hrst breath of spring comes the call of the Huron with its gaily painted canoes and attractive camp- ing spots, and until late Fall "going up the rivern is a pastime that appeals to all alike. 17 E fillllllIIIllIlllNlIINllllllllllllllllllllllllllHllllllllllPIIIlllllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllHWIlllPIIIHIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIHHHIlllIII!lllllllllllIlllillllIlllPIIIlllllllllllllllIlllIII!lllllllllllllVIIIVIIHHIIIll!lIllllllllllllllllflllWllllllllIll!llllllllHllllllllllllHIMlllillllllIINVIHlVIIlllllHIIHHHllllHllllllllIIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllVlllDI!VIIlllllllIlllIIIlllllllllllIII!HHlIIIlllllllllVlllllllllIIIUlllHII4lIIIllllllIIIllllllilllllllllllHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 5 E 2 5 5 E 5 E , Health Cottage Q EALTH Cottage, commonly known as the 2 College Hospital, is in charge of the trained C nurse, Miss Emma Cross. The students who are 5 ill and need special care are always taken to Health ? Cottage. Except in cases of protracted illness or : when additional nurses are necessary, no hospital 5 fees are charged the students. 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I , -541 1 f YI Training School and Tower 2 HIS scene is familiar to both college students 2 and residents of the city. Pressure to force the S water supply to all parts of the city is furnished 2 by this tower. S 3 .NIIlTIIIlllII7lTllIIIIl'WI1TIll'l'IT!lllIIIlll 19 E 5 llll llllllll D1!llU!lIllllll.'ll1!ItL!lIl2llIllllKIJlllIl1llI!UllllUIIl1.lIIIDkIIJlllllllllIll1lIl1Il ' umY.EJL'JrJl.ElmJLLI glHUII1MIIWUII4HIIIUKII4NKlllNHIMllllNNIHNIKIWIIHPIIIUVIHNHHHIIHNIHHI1HIIHNIHWVIIINVIHNVIIINPIIIUHHNIIHUIIIMIWIUIHIIIHHI1UIIWHIUKIIUKHNllllNHIHIIIHIKIHIIHHIIHill!MIINHIIVIIOIIIHllllNWHVIIINIII1NIHNIIHIIIHNIllNH11HIIHIIUNIHlllllllllNIHMII!PIIINIII1UIIHIIIUIINlllllillllilllUII1HIIHIIHIII1HII1VIIlIflIl1HII'HIl11iII1IHIHIIINllmlllllllllfllmlllNllllHIIHllllNIIHIlmillllllllUIHIIIIVIIIITIIUXIIHVIIIWNIIIIIIIIIIIHIIHNIlllllllHIIIIIIIIUlllllllVIII1IIIITlIIllIIIUIIIIilll!HIIIIIILUIIIHIIIDIIIIIIIIUIIE . 1 M E - 2 2 ' 5 E E g 5 - E ' 5 E 5 I 3 5 E E 5 E E Another Familiar Scene Along ,E the Huron 2 E S E xiWllllWlllllWUIHYWIII!WNllNNill!!lllllYlilNHHHNHWI1HIll!WWWIll'WWHUHllWil1WWK5NUNIUWll!1WWWVIWW1WIllWWHHNWHHWNIUWWIII!WllllNUIINHlliWWNIUUIWWWll!WWIllWWVIIWWWIllWWVII1WWll!NWIII!WWIllWWIllWWIIIWWWIHWWIIUWWINWWPHWWlllUWH1WHHWWIliWHllWPHIWNllWNKIWWUlWWWllWHillWNUNHI1NNIINNNIliNIllNNIllNNIllNNII!NNIllNNIllNVIHNHUUIHNPHNNillNNllNNNHNNIHNUUNHI!WUHWWU1NlilNWWH1NIHNNillNNilNNNKUNUHNIllNNNIllllllNIUNIHNNVHNHIUNHNIIIHFIINUllNNIllNNIllNVIIIHlllNFII!NVIINNillNHHWIINUllNNll!NNIllNVllllNIHNIHNIll!UlllNIIIIIVIIWIIINIIIIE 20 - E E 5 4 Q'QL11111LQ?17:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. ..,.....,... : :::::::.--' .........., ,... ...,,. Z .,.. , .f Q ,f2 ,...,. .,., ,,., . ' X .... ..,.. . 3 ,.... , Miz? .,.,,,.... W ..... .. fw'f,.' 'fpvh , 1 f'-f-.., ww. ,,,,,, M, ,ff-V :ff 5541? :-7152112 5:5117 4f'Q,,1'!f',W! Ziff fa, ' f 'ff'-"--"' 3135-55455753-ffl 'f'-- ff-' I l PRESIITENT CHARLES MCKENNY "A POET is born, not madef' says the proverb. Equally is it true that a college president is born, not made. For tl1e qualities of successful leadership are inborn as truly as poetic genius. Besides integrity of character and high ideals of life, virtues essential to true success in any calling, the president of a college must have other qualities quite as important. He must possess a powerful and magnetic personality to win the loyalty and devotion of the students. His heart must be kindly and sympathetic, inviting the confidence of the young. Further, he should be broadly educated, acquainted with the best in the past and thereby qualified to plan the best for the future. And last, he must be a man of vision, always following the gleam of that ever greater college that is to be. Charles McKenny is a president, born not made. And of the qualities mentioned above, perhaps the last is most conspicuous in him. He is dreaming dreams of the future greatness of this college, and he is making his dreams come true. ww ' ww ZW f 5 7 1 f fa if 5077 Z1 7 0, MMU 'Mia XMWW My ,fa MWGWWW W4 42' f f 54 22 C'':Z117"ix:::::::::::::::::::::::::7:'L::::::,.,.,p,g:...-....z1N.-..-,.,s...4...4g,., --zffzrizf-3g5gf51,,,. jiiiiiiiiiiifi J -'f-. 1 I E: ,ynvfrdlf -" ',qff?fL, "-f., W1 5 hp' Z-.44 1 ' FS 2 2: :fvzifb-mia, fl! MWA '--fs, '- mf-.9 ff v 1 X. CSX H we .. -1-fa! ' , ' 5 5 5 "'-N...,,."'f--fr, :5-' 55:5 gifs: :v 4:-.. -5-fgg. ".'. X4- 7, ,. ,WL ., 3 3, "2 5 3" :mi ,..,, tx A2 594 22' 1 f' f ' .ff-4 .ff 'f is ifgffjf 5"':fifi't33iZ1Z11g"'- f'ffff --f'333-"rw """ """""' i VVORK a farm and teach school to make a living," is what Dr. Harvey might answer upon inquiry as to his occu- pation. He is one of the hardest workers on the faculty, and as a leader in educa- tional work, and as head of the department of Pedagogy, he is a true exponent of the finer arts of his profession. He makes his teaching fit the practical needs, of the modern teacher as is evidenced by the ex- pressions of appreciation for his work by those who are out in the field. His deep, sympathetic interest in their welfare has inspired many students to press forward with added zeal toward the mark of their ambition. Not only is he admired by every Normal student, but the people of Ypsi- lanti showed their appreciation this Spring of his active interest in civic welfare, by choosing him as a nominee for the mayor- ship of the city. NATHAN A. HARVEY, PH.D. Department of Pedagogy NE of the best known and best loved men upon the campus is Mr. Laird, a man who is always nobly striving to ele- vate the social, intellectual, and moral sides of student life. Those who have met him in the class room and have felt the personal touch that he gives to his work there, and those who have profited by a more intimate acquaintance all appreciate Mr. Laird as a man strong in personality, rich in character, and a true friend of all. SAMUEL B. LAIRD, A.M. Department of Psychology ll VM! Wm W W f we ff f ff ff f . MMM ef M fyf C.. ........,.,........,.,,....,,..,.....,.,. ., ....,.... ,....,.,..,.,,... .... ,..,.. .,...... ,. ......,. . ... .,..,,..,.- ....., ,,.....,. ....... ......... ,.... ,..,........,............,,.,,K-J .,.. ..... .....,.. ....-,,, f-...uh fp. .... 4.7 ,xlib f.,.......,,, -f f M Hs 1472792 51 .-1...-fr-hw -1 , .. a a-rn ,I . W-M. E , f1??75g:ss5s22r?':-"Wai"W51-:-152, 'W " 142555 i .M N, E W .... .Y ,, 36,4 , ,.,. ,A,,., f fa .... 2, .....,, ., M Y L f .. ',-- r RS. FRENCH stands for the truest, most genuine and sincere ideals of womanhood, inspiring the girls with whom she comes in contact with ideals which are upheld with reverence and esteem where- ever they may go. Her pleasant smile and cherry words are always ready at the moment a girl most needs encouragement. AIARTI-IA H. FRENCH Department of Domestic Art ITH her charm and sympathy of manner, Miss Blackman has found a secure place in the hearts of the Domestic Science students. Her hearty smile is a source of inspiration to the girls in her de- partment, and the quiet, dignified way in which she conducts her work wins for her the heartfelt praise of all who know her. EDITH BLACKMAN, B.S. Department of Domestic Science ymw ,WMM f fa 44123 A ,V f if 7 4, 471 ffygi M me 1 f 1' 2 ' gen., ' -------- .. ...,.......,...,..,..,........,,...............................................,......... .,...,.. .... ,... .... ............a........ .... ..,..,.,..,.i-, ,n.,,,,. ..... ......... .... , ..... ...U !,, ,..,, ,, ,,,,.,,,, f,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A C., ,,,,, ,.........,,,.,..............,..,,..A..A..........,.. , .,.,, . .,,,.,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,., M ,.,,,, . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, -. ,-.- ,,,,,,,, in , fl 17' , at "" ., . ,..,.... 5 .,....,., 7 j, 1 'ff-f ws, 'H-., 5 .-: ', '..111.:1 V: ' 'f - ff.. , f , I 1 . f 1 . ROFESSOR Mark Jefferson has been connected with the Normal since 1901, and during that time has made a place for himself in the hearts of his associates and the students who have had the opportunity of working under his direction. A scholar in every sense of the word, upholding always the highest ideals, he leads the way for others to follow. He has recently been elected President of the American Geo- graphical Society, is also a contributing editor of the Journal of School Geog- raphy, and was formerly President of the Michigan Academy of Science, These positions show in what esteem Mr. Jeffer- son is held by the scholars of the country. MARK JEFFERSON, A.M. Department of Geography O HIM much has been given, to great intellectual power has been added a depth and richness of experience born of decades of earnest labor as a teacher, to a sympathetic understanding of student nature has been added rare nobility of character and kindly helpfulness of spirit. And of himself much does he give. Dr. Strongis students may well say, "I am in- deed rich, for he is my friendf, EDWIN A. STRONG, A.M. Deparfmevzf of Physical Sciences W1 ZW ZZZZ4. mmpw wif fff a - J 2 Wa., ,-W...-,NWNf...-,aw,,.,-.-,.,...,,..,,.f,..,,,,..,.M,,....,.,,,..W.,.....,..... ....,,. ,..,,,,.,.,..,,,,,.,.,,...,,,,,-f.,,,w..,., ,.....,..... .. ,,,,, ,t,,....,,,,.,.....,,.......,.......,.M...-,...,,,,,...,w.....,..a-.1,.-..,..,...,..,,,,.,,, ,,... ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,m1,w,fA ,,,,.,........,.,.,,,..,,,........,..,.,,....,....,.......,.,.............,,..,.W..,.....,.-...-........-........-.......--.---.-..----.H, --------3-.7.--1--...Mn 7-Nh I-----...,,,,5q5 ,, .,,,....... M5 ""' ,,,..,,.........,....,,..,.,.,.......,,....,,,,,,,.,....,...... N ...... . ,,...,,..,,,.,,,.,,...,.,......,..A..........,,....,,,.... , ......- '.'A'.':: ,,.,,,,, , ,,,43 Zn, ,.,,.,,,,,,' ..,,. 5 1 J WA A, ,, ""-A,,.., '-.. A U W"' 7 if A"-A .,1-'A44 w,.. . --f"-.,.,. , ,. ..,,.,,,. ..4f A,,, "" "" N HER wise judgment and loving consideration of their problems, the students have in Miss Adams a rare friend. I " To know her means to have higher ideals uuii of womanhood and a broader, more beau- tiful concept of the profession of teaching. , The real test of CllEl1'I1CtCl' is the love and V respect one inspires in little children. ' Miss Adams, Surrounded by a group of ,QM eager-eyed children, is a picture long to 5, be remembered. It makes her pre-eminent K f as a friend of childhood. EDITH .4DAMS, M.Pd. Szzperzvisor of Ki11rle1'ga7'tmz We lk we 'xg i .ay V Mal.. -SQ ' ' , -1 N 5-,twig v O MORE scholarly man can be found upon the campus than Dr. D'Ooge. Among the students who come to know him intimately, he arouses a deep respect for his scholarship, an admiration for true character, and a love for the genial, friendly manner that dominates his every activity. Dr. D'Ooge has become well known through the publication of a num- ber of text books, and is now recognized as an authority in ancient languages. BENJAMIN L. D'O0GE, A.M., Ph.D. Department of Ancient Languages s Ns SSX N Ns Sgisx is is is ES X . is QX VN WRX sm :ERS bxq sem sis? SS XE N is QE is i as , GX QS is I? S Isxxb :Egg B QS Ei Q ES N IS X E3 , ,Q :QR fm,,..s kwmmxvi "'"'''''Q"""MTSIIIIIfIILTIfIIIIfffffffffffLTff.'l1TZ'ff.1'IfffI.'IIfTI..r.,,................TfIfflg...lI.T4..1'I.'.. "TlC"7T""" , T",fls.,T.' I N, qQ,.....7!, W , ,,..,,W., , 2 :sf f '-,wc 2 '--- z f I '1 ,... ig-n .-fngigfa cy, 1 ' : .,.... W. .. 1 , j 9 : I Fw' I IIN, "'-.,"-... 3 1. ..""'-V.. ..,... --f-- ' mf7"- '-"' ' ' 11h11?i-Z,'751'4"-H11 7 E-I -1 5,1 ' f?:2: Ei: f", 4 E 725-" 7- If 1, .,:. 9 ,f ', ,'f,',, , 2 3 ' f ..- N 1902 Mr. Steimle graduated from the Normal College, and after teaching for three years returned to assist in the de- partment of mathematics. He was elected to the position of Secretary-Registrar in 1909, and since then has filled it most suc- cessfully. The organization and efficiency that characterize our general office give evidence of tl1e keen business and admin- istrative abilities of the head of the oflice force. CLEMENS B. STEIMLE, A.B. Sec1'eta1'y-Registrar YMPATHY and tact in dealing with his students as human individuals, along with his absolute subject mastery are the secrets of the unobtrusive effective- ness of this "quiet man of the campus." J. STUART LATHERS, A.B. . Department of Reading and Oratory 77? 2 W 6, :mmm . - 4?""? Q7 Y- -11 ---- 1 , N" f . "W--,f"'w..M V"?4a:'a5 4 a f te-.312 0 Za,-42. -0 ,,,., , ,,... bf' YZ f I yrh ..... 1 x ,... ....,,. ' 'm"""'f7h .... L , fya., ' .4., N ' 1 f"'f?1""5 zz. 4--Jw, w., , My -'ffifl' :2':'23s ,- 5, gs- 1522 gg: 14' 5 Ziff-7 ff. ,ff,..ff ' f 1 .....,. , , ...... ..,... 1 z:::,:::::.f::f.,f ....., an ,"'4"'V.'., ,, 1..:'.1', im., .,.....,., ........, .....,.............. ,,...,.,,....,.....,.,...,.,..,.., , , .4 ...,, f, .,.,. .,.,.,.......,,, ,,..,,, , ..,,,..... ,... ...,,, , . . ,,..,,...........,,,. ODERN language students find in Dr. Ford a genial friend, a ready adviser, and a scholarly instructor. A touch of his keen humor lightens the most difficult task and makes his classes eagerly anticipated by his students. Extensive travel, broad reading, and a fine command of the English language give to Dr. Ford a vivid power of description that makes him not only an admirable teacher but also a delightful conversationalist. R. CLYDE Form, Ph.D. Department of D10a'e1'n Lmigzzages , , ., ,, gg? ahaha M 0 M,Q4 5Z fmffofrfs, 0 gg ,,,:::m:3:Z,2i 07, ZZZ Zm5 LL those who have had work with Professor Barbour are keenly missing the inspiration and enthusiasm which he imparts to his classes. His glowing per- sonality, fine sympathy, and loyalty to every interest of the English student has given to him the highest appreciation and love of hundreds of young men and women. FLORUS A. BARBOUR, A.M. Department of English 7 WJ? W! ' W 4 MQ, QQW, 4 4' 0 f 4 M fi ff I ff J fm. 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CHARLES O. Hovr, PH.D. Depuriment QfPhilo.rop12y and Educzzlion NDER the capable supervision of Miss VValt0n, there has been a constant growth and improvement in the various de- partments of the library. The systematic arrangement of all books and periodicals which she has elfected there makes it an easy task to gather material on any dehnite sub- ject. In looking forward to our new library, we see for it broader facilities and greater efficiency under the skillful management of Miss VValton. GENEWEVE M. WALTON Libmriarz X9 .00 ' ' WM WW5 QQHf+wm Zf.C'1'5,,,,,p My ww 3 f 42 "'mmfw.,, f ff 99 QQQQQQQQQ931QfjffffllfIfffffliffiffffffffffffffffffffQTffffl'l'f.'l'f1'f.'f.'Z.....,....f,... .... ...,...,,.Zf,'I...... ........ -............-.. q,,,,,f III' 1 , X. Wfffi. ..,,. - Y .... ffg jy, . ,V , ..., , ,f -z.,5.aff f -1 --f-f f may ,,.,,, gy- ..,., . ..... , ......... - .....,..,.,.,...... ,.,...,. . . .,.,,............,...,v. z:.4f:w,..f,,a,2.M-11: ,,,,.f,,p,g4-ggbllygy, 'gg5z::i'f.?3J'.'.','tg':.c j46141 ..., z :6..:...m:.mff.4.........,f ' .. .,........,,. ff . .,... fm.. I .f., ..,, . 1 ht., ..,,, ,..... , ...,........... .... . . , ,...,. ,,,,,. N .,,,... , ,,A..,,,a..a ,.,. 4..,,,4 ,,,.,, AM ....... ....... , .... - ...,..,. . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, VICTORY really is not won unless the team gaining the larger number of points has played fairly and squarely throughout the game. Nor is the proper athletic spirit inherent in all young men. Professor Bowen is here to see that our teams 'win whe11 they pile up the larger score, to see that they learn to be good losers without getting the habit. Every one who knows him at all is impressed with his broad knowledge of the human body and its vital forces, his untiring energy., and his honesty and love of right action. Over and above all this is his keen sense of humor-the secret of Eternal Youth. For while the heart young, one cannot grow old. YVILBUR P. 'BowEN, MS., B.Pd. Department of Phys-ical .EdIlClllli07l LL meets, exhibitions, and tourna- ments which are staged at the gym- nasium or given by the specializing girls give evidence of Mrs. Burton's ability to plan and manage such events. This re- markable power of organization makes things move, sweeps things along, and develops all possibilities and probabilities into realities. YVhen the occasion arises, Mrs. Burton marshals her forces, lays out the tasks for each worker, and soon the results accomplished testify to Mrs. Bur- ton's faculty as Hnianagerf' FANNIE CHEEVER BURTON M.Pd. Professor of Physical Education . 71 4 yawfwm ,EXW ppm! , H m ffyffwwg ig 45 mivffw, f 4Wm""7:?f'57W"'ffff WKVWWW 7 ff Zfymwmm f 3 - A MWQ W Y- ..,. , W.. . . W-. .............. ..... , ,g.,,4,,....,.1. 1.,agua,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,gw,,...,,,....,,,:,x,:,,,,,,,,,Q,,,,,,55,gm mffgggfgf mi,it,,,1,5341444343375gigggqqgfgqqw,, Q f,,m,,,, ,,,.,,,... .N ......................,........... a...-.--.-..- ..... - ....... -...-..-,.--.- ..... -.- ....... --.-.---- , iw, 5 5f?a47,5,h K M.. N- z fl f V- J- f 1-1fff,z',6,7f,0 f- 5, 6 Q: I -.I ....,.. ,. :7"f?'.-'41 :mx-,.., ,.W1,.-.a::',- My 1 fa ,ff 2 4:2 --7:1 Q11 -1 f? 414 1 1 .,... ..,. ,,.,,,.,,. , ,.,, N MISS FOSTER the students of music find a teacher whose untiring energy and helpfulness, combined with impartiality and justice in her dealings with students and associates, demand from them the greatest respect and appreciation. Miss Foster has a broad knowledge of her work and imparts it to her students with great interest and patience, inspiring them to ends which they might never have attained without her. CLYDE E. FOSTER Super'vis0r of Nlusic, T a 1 I razmvzg Deparzfmenf HROUGH Professor Alexanderls un- 'tiring efforts the conservatory depart- ment has been broadened and enriched. Each day he brings to his students some fresh inspiration, and his teaching carries with it a spontaneity that clearly displays his original and artistic tendencies. He has won for himself an enviable reputation in choir directing, in which work he demonstrates the fullness of his art. FREDERICK ALEXANDER, A.B. Director of Covlservafory of Nlusic WWWW ZW, 05201, X"WZ"7'5 We W mai ,fwmejimfw M ,gf 4 ,W Wff444n,m,m,,,,mjz ..... 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Mr. Roberts is instrumental in secur- ing for thc Training. School one of the most efhcient groups of critic teachers of which this country can boast. DIMON H. ROBERTS, A.M. Superintendent of Training School TUDENTS of the mathematics de- partment are grateful for the oppor- tunity of working under such an able mathematician as Mr. Lyman. Before we came to College, we knew him through his text books, which are widely used in a number of states, and later, when we came into personal touch with him, our respect was kindled into admiration. The merry twinkle of his eyes and the genial smile that lurks behind the firmly set lips make Mr. Lyman one of the friends whom we shall remember. ELMER A. LYMAN, A.M. Department of Mathematics ,, ,rrr N X :QV N SSSSS :wma ENN S vi? Nbtx SS SS ES is sir ask :sax wwe Msg IX X Qi gbwmxxmwwe i as Se 15 reassess may ss? 21.5 in rs it as is EE XE ii EX it mfg Sy SEER ss sexes S Numvxiilvi Q1Z2125g7:7:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::1:::::::: ........ . ....,.................,.. :::::.::::::' """ "" "QiZZ1Z11 I, ,.,.. . ........,, , f f? , 1 -1 1 1 M., f-..., 1 1w.541,,:ff1- 1' f,.frz1f,4,f - yn , 1 , 1 asv, -4 H ,x .sz-.,:f.1: f1fyfyf,,m7.4: fe, yfdf U. 'f . f . ff 1 ,, -..,, , . , : :.:.., ....,. 1.454 fp ff!!! , W ffff . 1 ,. .fbr ,, . ., .W .,., .,, ..,, 1 . 14 .,.,n4fM.f6yAyf.fW,4 , . . N W i,,f1ififfff,f ::5"A"53'"""1':::ifL1'f:: """"""""' ':::::::::' """'A i "" 53 AITHFULNESS has been said to be one of the most precious virtues a per- son can possess. The person who has taken a course in penmanship well knows that in hir. Walker may be found the very essence of this virtue. He loves his sub- ject, and for this reason he unconsciously arouses in his students the desire to master the art of writing. Honor and tribute belong to one who, like Mr. VValker, toils from early morning until late night be- cause he feels the importance of his duties. IJLOYD VVALKER, A.B. Instructor in Pefzmanship l HOUSANDS of men and women over the state have come into touch with Bliss King and have felt the influence of her logical mindg almost countless indi- viduals value her as one of the most benehcent inHuences in their lives. Her keen reasoning power and the wonderful scope of her memory command at once a sincere respect and admiration. She is an untiring student and a gifted teacher with a high sense of her vocation and of the educatoifs work. In creating ideals and in giving form, substance, and spirit to the life yet to be, Miss King stands pre- eminent. JULIA ANNE KING, A.M., M.Pd. Professor Emeritus of History and Social Sciences Wi? WVW ' flfmmfrf HV 4 57727. 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VVe who have enjoyed one of Pro- fessor Sherzer's nature study courses feel that we have through his teaching, gained a glimpse of that broader world which lies beyond the understanding of the casual observer. VV. H. SHERZER, MS., Ph.D. Dep111'tmcn.z' of Nafzzral Science I - HE charm of Miss Goodison's per- sonality blends itself with her artistic talent in making her work with the art students highly appreciated. Study under famous artists and a growing understand- ing of wonderful masterpieces have com- bined to strengthen her own natural abil- ity. VVe understand Miss Goodison through l1er art, and we learn to appreciate the art of the masters through her interpretation. BER,T1AIA GOODISON Dcparfmevit of Art ,WW aww few new W 7 iz if ,M afpfff 14, 15 ff f 1 ff gf Q--A--'--W"-"M"""""""M"""""''' ' "' - ' 'rgfrgfc .,,. , , , X---....s,...,, , , ,r ,-'- .,., "f1 LA!! 701, 1fK.w!zxX f"fi1 .1 yyffyy 1 s ? "" fr' 2 xvxa ,, - ,M :,..::j7'!f,'Z!'j, "" 1. :J N. J if' 'ax I ,tmp - TQ flfwi:-z:f1sZss'Z3fg sag if 444 161-?f4',4, f,f277ffg, , 'f 'A" OME one has said that the best way to have a friend is to be one, and no doubt this is the reason Professor Pray ZW, , has so many loyal followers. No matter how long the waiting line nor how tire- some the task, he is always ready and will- ing to straighten a tangled classification. If you are in need of advice you know that you may go to him with your difficiilty. You feel that he has a personal interest in youg that he expects you to "make goodgn but, even though you fail, that he will still be your friend. CARL E. PRAY, A.M. Departmmzyt of History 1 ISS BOARDMAN has been with the College since the establishing of its manual training department in 1901. The rapid growth of the department and the c-:Hicient work of its students in their schools about the state are sufficient proof of her ability both as instructor and busi- ness woman. Through her broad-minded interest in other lines of College work, and her keen sense of justice, Miss Boardman has won the admiration and confidence of all those who associate with her. ALICE I. BOARDMAN Department of Zlfmzual Training ?f'7W'm, 32727 W ffzwffifg ?ZWW'0MH, f Z' fm' "" """"' " "" Q TISS172IIIIIIfffffIfIIffIIZffffIfIffflf'fffL',,,IfI.'L'fZZIIfffII,.ffT'ff'T"""'""""""""""""""""-"M"433w2::""3"'1'i"""-'-ff... f"""""-H ""15"'vf"""""' we ff -fffff' yfff , -1---A-----I-----M-----..-4--... Hn' .,,, lllvj f ,,,,, f -Hg Wwgyn ,,,., . 5 f M""MJ iff'-119,14 .za-'wfffznfff fffff W!! , 1 " , ""' : f::::I::::::: """ A CHARLES M. ELLIOTT, A.B. Insiructor in Psychology Education JANE L. MATTESON, A.B. Ixrzsfructor in Illathemntics I-IORACE Z. WILBER, A.M. Associate Professor of Philosophy and BERT W, PEET. NLS. Professor of Chemistry ORLANDO O. NORRIS. A.B. Assistant Professor of Ancient Langzmges 36 QWI1g,f,LTZ'.J.S.'ZS5IILT51.71513LTIIfIfjZZ?3LTX:TI5IITZIZ.""""',.- .... , ........ :::.::::::1....'-:fn---rfAf rx",r-of . ' 1 . .,.. '32-:fm-W---... 1-f-:fa'1r:42f2f4f-27 --W--43,712 amffff N N ...,.. R jx-,gwyqT.....,,, ,,,. . .,......... . ......... fmff, ............. 1 ..., f:1f?ff:-:i.5ffff'..Zf2:,5'wff:,,f1-1 "-- 23 ...,.. .......f f an... Li.. ""-u....f W-.1 "-- -... ............... .. .... ..... ..,. ..,.,. . ......,.........,.,........... ,. ..., ,...,....A , H... ,,..,................ u1,1J1Z77lZf.,.f1 .,,,. n.f.i-65.1. ,...,.. I ,.,,. :zz ....,,.V..,,,.,.................. ,.,,.,...,,....f,...,. IDA B. FLEISCHER, PH.D. Insfructor in Illodervz Languages ABIGAIL PEARCE. A.M. Associate Professor of English LUCIA DE NSMORE Trnhzmg Teacher, Second Grade, Woodruyf School BERTHA M. BUELL, A.M. Assistant Professor of History FREDERICK R. GORTON. P1-LD. Professor of Physics WMM ' . W' 42,2 WW Zi? WMM IWW ze We ,Mimi ff 24 0 4 wwf, f ffm if 'MZ f jf? rg 04q,,7ffw,:+4f, ,afffffffff fgywmm ,,4,,.,, f? ? Mae:-f,,Zff , ffff lf' QW ff MM M 1 5 37 fm """"""""""' : ::::::::::::::751::::::::::::::::I::f:f:g .,....4...,,....,., :f::::::::::::::: ........... - ,...... -...::Lt':4::.. "xy ..,, .,...., ' ,,,, 7-N... f Q21 N 'ZYTZ2 f111271Z'1T' xf """"' -ef f "H . ..2..:sm'2!v'f2 . - " W , . ..,.,, ,.... ,,,A,, M, ' ,, M ..,,.,,.. . ..... ,.. 0 0 2 "w ...... ..,..,,.. Q :wr -,,- "aff ,.... 122501 712.zf',ef:fff7f',hu,. f' 1- 1ff-A"A'-'-' """"""""" : :::::: """""""' HENRY C. LOTT, A.M., M.Pn. Professor of Psychology ELIZABETH CAREY, A.M. Insiructor in English BERTRAM G. SMITH, P1-1.D. .-lssisfanz' Professor of Zoology 5 FREDERICK B. MCKAY, A.B. Asszsirmt Professor of Reading mid Orntory GEORGE A. MANNING. A.M. Principal of High School Department 1 ,W WWE 38 r ,f""7f" rmw- ..,. ...i.2I1f, N' y A ' .M 'ima--, . "":f'2L,g,:Y'-fff,- 57 1 EY' 545 5:47 'ff 511' V 3 filiffyf vf'f' 7-4Vf7 ' 7 A2 CRYSTAL WORNER. A.B. Assisinm' in Physical Training WEBSTER PEARCE, A.M. Instructor in Matlzematics GENEVIEVE CLARK Assisifmf in Geography .IOHANNA ALPERMAN, A.M. Assistant in Modern Languages BLY QUIGLY, A.B. Assisirmt in Physical Trczining HARRIET MAC KENZIE. .-LM. Insirucfor in English 1 1 I ' f K Mm , v gg ZA QM mfwfffqj QW HMM Mffdm ZZZWW ,j 5? ww, ,wf'f'f9 22' ff'M3L.""f:-m,,,,,,., MM! 39 C """'1Z1Z11 "" ''17:::::Jx:1::::::::::::i:::::::::Lg'::7:::1t77..,,..g..........f::7:.4...... f,,,I..,,X, Mp., 1 0 , . , .ff 14'-H , - -. , 1. X . M , , - ., qw fy N. 4, W, 4f-..y,- .4 . f Mraz '-his-.N ..., .. M 3 ,Q"f7"'a vv..t-"""""- W: :f'4'?72f2f'f"1'-127 'riff' ffg' .' MHZ w,,..m '. , .fe 7 Q-W. :Q--' va: :ggi 1 Z ff. ' ', ,, . a gm, """ ' "" """ SUSAN STINSON. B.S. Tmini11g Teacher, Eighth Grade LLOYD W. OLDS Assistant in Physical Education IRENE O. CLARK. B.Pn. Assistant in Physical Education ARTHUR G. ERICKSON, A.B. Assistant Professor of Matlzenzntics , MARY A. GODDARD, B.S. Assistant Professor of Bvtmry ADELLA R. JACKSON, M.Pn. Tmiviing Teacher, Second Grade Www WW? ?'fW 4 W if fjif www Q23 2, jfflf1ffM'0 ff 42, , if 2 aw m,,,.:f,.:nw?m ifmfffw 645 f,fwM,0,,m7"ff, f I 1 M ,,,,, ,,,, ,ff M ff, ff I f ff ,,,,.m,fw,,,, f 4 4-0 ---- --Wm ----- N --f-- W- --.-- M--H, ..AA.... N .... .M ....... -..n.,-,,.,.,,.-.,.M .,,. .....,W,,17jL,'li, --3-ff fp, 1 'A - 1- gg. ff 4 ,-J' f 4 " , .fy fg 1 : ef ' VN ff: I , ,.,,, 5 ?- -'Dc--A-45 5 PX-.. 'W'-4. X"-N. ' ' - ' MZ E, .V ff' ffxf fwfi? ' 2 zskrpq-ly, 'Ng aj , ,. ,,gz7Z,57,g11zy vi? :ws-:Z LZ: 2,2514 af. -:Q WW 'f j j J ' 'w,,:.h' ' H E .1--N--.,"'N...., 2--.,, -1 15'-.Nj--,..,A, ' ' """ """'W' 4'I'1J:f?f f Eff,2.':, 'rfb g.. V i .... Q7 .. -Z .5 959' C- .', L W2-'? Q,,' Z., , 2 E L., ......, .Ml may asm. M- ,,...-,f MJ '::::::::::::::::5::::::::::::::::::.'::4::7.11Z11fI1Zif.11Tf,jjg5.131..g.1pQ.L2fzfmff-52,1 , . "5""""" 'B DOROTHEA DONNAN N SARAH VAN DOREN Assistant in Household Arts PAUL B. SAMSON, M.P.E. Assistfmt in Illcmual Tmini Associate Professor of Physical Education 710 J ALVIN YOUNQUIST CARL LINDEGREN W t ELMER D. MITCHELL. A.B. Assistant in Illmzual Trczinivwrf Insfrwzctor in Illvlsic ASS's""'f Pfafesxw of P1'3'S'C"' A Influcuflon 7 1 75507 Mm, My Zag A M M f 0 ,f,,fff 4 fiymwfnzgrh f if ? 6'Wv333,,v1-ji:-:M ,9WO1!f"fW W1 if , W,,.::,,,, ff 14,1 E' 41 ,,,,,,,A yf, ,,.,.. ..............--....f.......,,.-.--A...- , -.-... A ----f---- A ---.W--.-----.W---N ..-- ---m-m--A---4---- I if irwf N-...,f"'f-f. sig. .... I1:1,?,.?t ,.., Z ""' "'- . . . -flf Members of the Faculty Charles McKenny, LLD., President Clemens P. Steimie, A.B., Secretariy-Registrar Marion B. W'hite, Ph.D., Dean of Women ART BERTHA GOODISON Instructor in Drawing. LOTA H. GARNER Instructor in Drawing. LIDA CLARK Assistant in Drawing. ELINOR STRAFER. M.B.S. Assistant in Art. SARAH VAN DOREN Acting Assistant in Art. ENGLISH FLORUS A. BARBOUR. A.M. Professor of English. ABIGAIL PEARCE, A.M. Associate Professor of English. ALMA BLOUNT. PH.D. Assistant Professor of English. ESTELLE DOWNING, A,M. Assistant Professor of English. EMELYN E. GARDNER. A.M. Assistant Professor of English. ELIZABETH CAREY. A.M. Instructor in English. VIDA COLLINS. A.M. Instructor in English. HARRIET MAC KENZIE Instructor in English. ESTABROOK RANKIN Assistant in English. GEOGRAPHY MARK JEFFERSON, A.M. Professor of Geography. GENEVIEVE CLARK Assistant in Geography. MARY CAWOOD. Assistant in Geography. HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE JULIA ANNE KING, A.M., M.Pn. Professor Emeritus of History. CARL E. PRAY, A.M. Professor of History. MARY B. PUTNAM, PH.M., M,l'n. Associate Professor BERTHA BUELL. A.M. Assistant Professor MRS. BESSIE LEACH Assistant Professor FLORENCE B. SHULTES. M.Pn. Instructor in History. HOUSEHOLD ARTS EDITH BLACKMAN, B.S. Instructor in Household Arts. MARTHA H. FRENCH Instructor in Household Arts. DOROTHEA DONNAN Assistant in Household Arts. INEZ RUTI-IERFORD Assistant in Household Arts. ANCIENT LANGUAGES BENJAMIN L, D'OOGE, A.M.. PH.D. Professor of Ancient Languages. , A.M. of Political Economy. of History. PRIDDY, A.M. of History. HELEN B. MUIR. M.Pn. Instructor in Latin and Greek. ORLAND O. NORRIS, A.B. Assistant in Ancient Languages. MANUAL TRAINING ALICE I. BOARDMAN Instructor in Manual Training. MARY E. HATTON Assistant in Manual Training. ALVIN E. YOUNQUIST Assistant in Manual Training. MATHEMATICS ELMER LYMAN. A.B. Professor of Mathematics. WEBSTER H. PEARCE. A.M. Associate Professor of Mathematics. MARION B. WHITE, P1-LD. Associate Professor of Mathematics. ARTHUR G. ERICKSON. A.B. Assistant Professor of Mathematics. ADA A. NORTON. PH.M. Assistant Professor of Mathematics. JANE L. MATTESON, A.B. Instructor in Mathematics. MODERN LANGUAGES RICHARD CLYDE FORD, Pn.D. Professor of Modern Languages. IDA FLEISHER. PH.D. Instructor in Modern Languages. .IOHANNA ALPERMANN. A.M. Assistant in Modern Languages. HARRIET GIES Assistant in Modern Languages. MUSIC FREDERICK ALEXANDER. A.B. Director of Conservatory of Music. CLYDE E. FOSTER Assistant Professor of Music. CARL LINDEGREN I Instructor in Music. ALICE LOWDEN Instructor in Music. ALICE BIVINS A Instructor in Music. CORA VANDEWATER Assistant in Music. ETTA GLAUSER I Assistant in Music. GOLDA CONNELL I Assistant in Music. NATURAL SCIENCE WILLIAM B. SHERZER, M.S., PH.D. Professor of Natural Sciences. JESSIE PHELPS, M.S. . Associate Professor of Physiology. BERTRAM G. SMITH. P!-LD. Assistant Professor of Zoology. MARY A. GODDARD, ILS. Assistant Professor of Botany. CORA D. RIEVES. A.B. I Acting Instructor in Physiology. X www - .44 44, Q4 fff 1210 Ma, ff 7 gf gy mm ' my , ,M ff 59111 1 114 A 0'gg,m,jfff,,, f ff 1 if 4-Q ,... ....,....... ..-M ..... - .....,..... -.-...-.- .....,......,.. - ..,. - .,...... -.....-...-..,.--c .......... -.-.-.-..-. x, W ,,... -.--...-...W. .,., - ,.... M.- .....,,v..... N ........,..... L..- ......., ..-..-..-.... .,.. ,.-.....- ....... -..If1'J::Zl'f"' """' 1 L ff1TN"'2'3j3'::7ZZZ"" fm... ,.., 5gf'1:::jgrjjjj1'jjj"' !' Taxi 2 ,. bf-wif , .....,. L... H ..,, ,,fgg,fv,'m 22.5.27 fiixmir-QT W--X 1-333 .,... .,...,.. . ...,...:.. 31315. 1 fl. ffiif ..:...?2?5V CW! !fZ2Z?Q.f'f41?'f,,f S.. ....... mffisfif ''"'---....21117::::7:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::71:::5:::::::::::::::::::f:t.'t.:'..L ' :::::::Li, PSYCHOLOGY AND PEDAGOGY SAMUEL B. LAIRD, A.M. Professor of Advanced Psychology and Pedagogy. NATHAN A. HARVEY. Pu.D. Professor of Pedagogy. CHARLES M. ELLIOTT. A.B. Instructor in Psychology. HENRY C. LOTT. A.M., M.Pn. Professor of Psychology. PENMANSHIP LLOYD WALKER, A.B. Instructor in Penmanship. PHILOSOPHY AND EDUCATION CHARLES 0. HOYT, P1-x.D. Professor of Philosophy and Education. HORACE Z. WILBUR, A.M. Associate Professor of Philosophy and Education. PHYSICAL EDUCATION WILBUR P. BOWEN, M.S.. B.P. Professor of Physical Education. FANNIE CHEEVER BURTON. M.Pn. Associate Professor of Education. PAUL B. SAMSON, M.P.E. Associate Professor of Physical Education. IRENE O. CLARK. B.Pn. Assistant in Physical Education. CRYSTAL WORNER, A.B. Assistant in Physical Education. BLY QUIGLEY, A.B. Assistant in Physical Education. ELMER D. MITCHELL, A.B. Assistant Professor of Physical Education. CHRISTINE ERWIN Assistant Professor of Physical Education. LLOYD OLDS Assistant in Physical Education. TRAINING SCHOOL DIMON H. ROBERTS, A.M. Superintendent of Training Department. GEORGE-A. MANNING, A.M. High School. A.M. High School Department. Principal of VINORA BEAL, Assistant in META DANIEL, B.PD. High School Department. Assistant in SUSAN STINSON. B.S. Training Teacher. Eighth Grade. ANNA FIELDS, B.S. Training Teacher, Seventh Grade. MABEL WOMBAUGH, A.B. Training Teacher, Sixth Grade. JULIA M. HUBBARD, B.Pn. Training Teacher, Fresh Air Room. ELLA M. WILSON, A.B. Training Teacher, Fifth Grade. C. GERTRUDE PHELPS. Training Teacher, Fourth Grade. ANNA LUELLA SEAGER. B.S. Training Teacher, Fourth Grade CXVoodruff5. ELIZABETH MCCRICKETT Training Teacher, Third Grade. IVA E. MESTON, B.S. Training Teacher, Third Gracie fwoodruffb. ADELLA R. JACKSON. M.1'n. Training Teacher. Second Grade. LUCIA M. DENSMORE EDITH ADAMS, M.Pn. Supervisor of Kindergartens. HELEN A. FIELDS, B.S. Kindergarten CWoodru1f Schoolj. ANNA WIEKING, A.M. Kindergarten. PHYSICAL SCIENCE EDWIN A. STRONG. A.M. Professor of Physical Sciences. FREDERICK R. GORTON, PH.D. Professor of Physics. BERT W. PEET. M.S. Professor of Chemistry. ALVIN STRICKLER. M.S. Assistant in Chemistry. BYRON CORBIN. A.B. Assistant in Chemical Laboratory. READING AND ORATORY J. STUART LATHERS. A.B. Professor of Reading and Oratory. FREDERICK B. McKAY. A.B. Assistant Professor of Reading and Oratory. IDA G. HINTZ. B.Pn. Assistant in Reading. RESIDENT LECTURER I.. H. JONES, LL.D. LIBRARY STAFF GENEVIEVE M. WALTON. A.M. Head Librarian. ELSIE V. ANDREWS, A.B. Reference Librarian. ELIZABETH F. SIMPSON Chief Cataloguer. LAURA GROVER SMITH Assistant in Division of Periodicals. FREDERICK CLEVERINGA Assistant in Circulating Division. JASPER L. BROWN, A.B. Assistant in Binding Department GRETA R. WILNER. A.B. RUTH A. BARNES GENERAL OFFICE FORCE AGNES MORSE Head Stenographer. MILDRED I. HANKINSON Stenographer. LYLETH TURNBULL Stenographer. BESSIE WRIGHT Stenographer. RUTH LEAS Stenographer. FLORA B. SAUNDERS Stenographer. TRAINING DEPARTMENT OFFICE ETHEL E. TAYLOR Appointment Secretary. CLIO MUMFORD Stenograplier. EMMA R. CROSS Visiting Nurse. Training Teacher. Second Grade Cwoodruifl. MARGARET E. WISE. M.Pn. Training Teacher. First Grade. J. W. STEVENS A Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. Ziff. 7755? 3 ,, 2 4532 41' fffffqfffwf , , f.....,. ..f Mm... ,. . , 1 4-3 r'''Z1211127'''37:121:51::::::1:::::::::::::::::g:'g'::::::::'::1:z,.Ma...,.-...-.::::,.a.-.--,a...... .... 7 . ....,. gram gf.Z1Z1g7w...,,, O , ,, fm., DEAN WHITE Miss MARION B. VVHITE is a graduate of the University of Michigan, received the degree of A.M. at the University of Wisconsin, and that of Ph.D. at the University of Chicago. After taking these degrees, she was professor of mathematics at the Illinois and Kansas State Universities. Miss White also spent a year in studying at the University of Munich. In 19141 she came to the Normal College as Dean of Women and Associate Professor of Mathematics. Arduous are the tasks and constant the duties of one who controls the social life of thirteen hundred girls. It must be a woman who is gentle, just, and far seeing, with large human sympathies, one who is kind but firm, and above all one of high ideals and large purposes, with an unfailing faith in humanity. And such a woman We call, "Dean." 'Z WWW ww 641 6? 262270 fwqmf ff ffWg!::!71::3,,4A-1 M 4 :ZZ if xg MMM' ,0 ,q ff if M ff 44 r , U '5L! 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Strangely, I say, it is 'not found lVhen you have made the teamg Or 'when you to so-me cluh are hound The heights attained may seem. ,-Igree you not that the fairest gift Oar school days here may send Is that God-like gift, a rare uplift The soul of one true friend? el friend who gladly enters in To our hopes, our aims, our joyg This is the perfect treasure to win, A treasure without alloy. I GLADYS A. EVANS. f '47 44 15714, WWW0 MQW? khan, A v 44 Wee zfwwm, J f 54 WM f!4f4fffffW ZZ My M ju , pf, MWOMWW QM elf '0':m27'?eff, X lf! ff 46 Q, Y... PE: ,-, all-,, .M 'J:cfNE'G. -742952 2'-Z. "1 ,-UP. :Q-M... ,xz AG'-X3 .. .1 1 N id in 5 KZ' Fnnrren. CZ!,W.,.7 ..........,, .,,,,,,.. , ..-M .,.,.,. .,..., -.M--,.-..,- ....,. -,-.-..,W....,-..... ,.,. .M .,., ---....... 4 ,.,, T ,Q .,, . f , N" M-Qf"'-f.A : ff-i1.,,Ni 55103?fff.-,w4fffff:z1i??Z3?f7 JWW1 . 5 M N... 1 -mzffzffffwfn-Vfn- 'maya 21 1 2 a-f f M, .,,.,,. ...W,mgwf-mhzfgpyfa m,u...h.f, -M4111 e - ' , ...... ' Vfvff 7 f "ffff-4f'f' --fffffffffffffff fff,',- 1 Degree Class Officers Ruth Ransford 01-10 .I . Robinson Vice-President Sergecmt-at-A rms Ruphus R.. Humphrey Pres1 de nt V I John Hartman Harrxet F. GIGS Secretary Treasurer Vf1 .36 Z Zfyilh WWW ff Q WWW 'zz W ,ff ja, 48 S711I1IQQFLTZIliffIIIILTZIIIfIL'fffL'I.'ff.'lC'IZ2'fL2'L'fff .......... .. .... IIIffflljI.TIII.'Ifff.'fffIZL'IIfL'f.T..'.'ILZI.'fi......-."""'"""""""'Z7lT ,...... , I """"' "" 1 -V "21C"'1 ,s.x. , '-'fffaafwwpf 1 ww 2 f ,fxii -- 'J io--..5o -,,Z"11:r25 1 G ..,,, ,X ffi ,"'i-N-.ZTM--.,, . 2 fZs'5?i?'f?fza 5572 'cfi' 0:41 . W Y .0 'f : ini!! 1 :c 1 .1--5.,,""fr.. ,.,,, z 3-..,. - "" ' "4 f " 'YV 41:15, ' . . fifi 1.ji2f. ...:Z...2,:.17' 1' ? ni' ',:", ,9,g4,,. 1 2 mimi .,.. ff mvssopv'-'---....,,-f 'W'-HI...,.11:'::7::::::5:'::::::z'::::::::::::::::.':::55.27::::::::::::.'.:t::xp..1213157111.ip,.,LJILELQ:.?:zzmmzo:fzp1n1.Zi..J141,22z?Mzf.f2'f2?f::f:::if"I ":::,:7Lii.,3 v MILDRED E. ALLEN Clinton, Mich. Y W C A Histor and ' - .- - -, - Y 1 .IOSEPHINE PEARL English, Junior Degree ALTON Ypsilanti Stoic, Y. W. C. A., President of History Club, English and History, Junior Degree ROSE ARMSTRONG Lima, Ohio Delta Phi, Physical Training Club, Bobugi, HELEN BARTON Manager Junior Figure Elwood City, Penn. arching '14 eet, ' of Physical Training Junior Debree HELEN BREWSTEK Chagrin Falls, Ohio GRACE B. CAMPBELL Ohio Club., Household Smwfliiwk Arts. Junior Degree 0. E. S.. Physical Training Club, Physical Education, Junior Degree BEATRICE C. CARROTHERS Hastings GRACE L. CRISSMAN . Aipho Beta Sigma. . 1 Uma Household Arts. Junior Minerva Society. Y. W. C. Degree A., 'Normal Choir, Household Arts, Junior ' Degree 'VIARY HELEN! DENMANI EDITH DANSKIN ' i Wiziceman, Ohfo , Gmd Ramds l Ohio Club, Y. W. c. A., 1- W- -flu Household 1 Organization Editor of 'I6 Crt? Girls Friendly , Aurora, Household Arts, bociety, Junior Degree Junigr Degree E W1 1 ee., ,wgg 19 16 2 Mg We Qef f -:rr fffv V 49 ff, ,,,,.,. ,V ,, ,.....,... ,,.... , ,........,,...,,...,...........,,.....,,.. . ,... ,. ..., , ,.,,.,,.,. ,,.,.......... - .......,... , ...,,...,... , ,..:...,1:::7"""ze1zfw...,7-'z-vyztzr---...,, 1" ""' '1l""""""""2 1 K ff' f 2 if .,..AA..,. A . .W... 1 ft, N---...Jy og.: yawn, .,..,. 125' JA Q if 1 , we 2 V 1 'et N. f---.M --,za-. ff - -. -1:7 -1.15131 V7 E175 in of 4!'f4,,1wA- fwfr: I 1 "Q 'J' ..,. .,,, . -'-'V w ....,,...,,., 1 nn... ZJLL' ""' -v.- uf "mfr "' IAIV V ...,......................,.,..,......,.,...A,,..f.,ff.-,.,,............, ....................... , ,,............ 1 l'.1,ffZH2JfL.1p fl., n1If.IAln5 ,f...,. ,,., . ..Z1..,,,,.., ,,,, .U,Hu.i............,....-. FRANK J. DRIESENS Grand Rapids Lincoln Club, Y. M. C. A., Men's Union, Prohibition Contest. Class Basket Ball, Bible Class Teacher. History and English, Junior Degree CORA FOTHERINGHAM Bay City Household Arts, Junior Degree HARRIETT F. GIES Grand Rapids ltlinervn Society, Stoic, Student Council, Treasurer Junior Degree Degree 3 BENJAMIN ENGBERS Pella, Iowa Y. M. C. A., History, GEO. VV. FRASIER Marlette Phi Delta Pi, Lincoln Club, Debating Teams '11 and '16, Education, Senior RUTH C. GREEN of Degree. Class. German and English, Junior Degree MRS. EVALYN HANGE Lodi, Ollio Ohio Club, Household Arts. Junior Degree MAE E. HARRIS Houghton Pi Kappa Sigma. Civic League. Household Arts, Junior Degree ' MWQ .24 f W ?? Wff, Ccidillac Household Arts, Junior Degree JOHN B. HARTMAN Harbor Springs Alpha Tau Delta. Sec. of Men's Union, Chemistry Club, Physical Training Club, Football '13, '14, '15, Basket Ball '15, Cross Country Team '13, '14, Track '15, '16, Athletic Council, Junior Degree, Physical Education Q HELEN DORIS HESS Gypsum, O11 io Ohio Club. Wo1nen's Self- Governnlent Association. Honor 'Teacher in Seventh Grade, Household Arts, Junior Degree fff ww " 45 M' 154 fhwfff 4,54 f if ffffffxwvffw iff fg nie- ,my Mwff f f 1 1 wffygum Zg m,,J:m MMM ff,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,mf, ,wwf 50 ff 521119?37::::::::::::::::::::3::::::::::::::::1:'g'::::. ,........ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ...............,.......A. f .,.. ,:"::i' ""' fire. "" ? " f i , ..,.. . -v'E"". "'-'-.R 5: :.:ff:' .:E1,f::w 1'-,"'f'4:L 7. '4' .11 2 H.. 1 ftxiffi 1 is 25' Ffffiiiiflaf?iW7'Glf?7fZZ7W? Af !'Zf' A, : - ,2 -1 5?-'Z 54-A-... "5 1 , ,..,' ,j...':'7?3-V ,.fe,:,,.vt-.:,e11- iiQ,"5?:ff3 -a2,,rj 23: 4, gg' Ef1:::?w', ,j f ,pf ,Z g., ' ' 1 .,., 1 ...... f PHILIP S. HILL A Davison Chi Delta. Y. M. C. A., HAROLD HENDERSHOT Lincoln Club, History and Education. Senior Degree Brooklyn Senior Degree RU FUS R. HUMPHREY Thompson ville BEULAH E. HUMPHREY Illlmifou Beach Lenawee County Club, Household Arts, Junior Degree GEORGE R. HURST Reese Kappa Phi Alpha, Pres. Mathematics Club '13, '14, Thumb Club, Pres. Euclidean Society '15, '16, Baseball '14, Soccer '13, Class Basket Ball '13, Honor Teacher Seventh Grade, Junior Degree, Mathematics and Science BESSIE B. KANOUSE Quincy Natural Science Assistant. Y. W. C. A., Junior Degree. Natural Science Alpha Tau Delta, Stoic, Lincoln Club. Chemistry Club, Student Council, Pres, Degree Class, Pres. Oratorical Board, Sec. Y. M. C. A., Hillsdale Debate '15, Ferris Institute Debate '16, Junior Degree, Mathematics and Science OTTO F. JENS Detroit Chi Delta, Y. M. C. A., General, Junior Degree MILDRED L. KELLY Harbor Springs Zeta Phi, Student Council, Civic League, Household Arts, Junior Degree IRENE KENNY Chief F. I. Club. Household Arts. Junior Degree N01'ff1Af1f1H1S Camp Fire, Manager Junior Rings '14, '15, . Junior Degree. Physical ' Education EDLAH M. KNAPI' "" "'11" ""45Eirii' "11f1' 51 " """"" '"'17::::::::::::::::::::fiI:::.7:::::::::::'::.:'::,,.,.5:3::,:::::::::::::::::::::::il-'"rt," H.. , 7':11':TZ2 i.,m"'KY 2 4 - ,,.,,.. .,""-n.,,,7,w wh : ef 1 ffeizzafeze-, Q 0 7, .. ..... , ,.. ' Z .7 If - r ?5.,,,N,::,fn2 1 1 f 2' H ,,,...,,,..:: ws:,..l,,f,1.fm1r:? ",.i.5iiE5E4E a' Lf si H2 524 all 2 Sw 'pf ',ffi..ff " , 'f , ,....,..,, .,... NELLIE A. KNAPP AGNES E. MARKS Yozmgsrille Morenci Y. W. C. A., Household Y- WV- C, A-. I-CIIHWCB Arts, Junior Degree C0l1YltY Club. H0lIS9llOld Arts, Junior Degree IRENE L. MARTIN HELEN L. NICBAIN Homer Y. NV, C. A., Chemistry Club, Mathematics and Science Club. N121-tllClIl2ltlCS and Science, Junior Degree G1-and Rapids Delta Phi, Bobugi, Physical Training Club, Manager Swedish '14, Balance Beams '15 Girl's Meet. Physical Training, Junior Degree RUBY MAY MILLER GWYENDOLEN Pemskell MARGARETT MORRIS Art Course, Junior Degree Ypsilanti Y. W. C. A.. German and English, Junior Degree VVINNIE NICHOLS Chicago LLOYD OLDS 7 . 4 Household Arts, Junior xpfilmm Degree Arm of Honor. Physical Training, Senior Degree MAUD B. OUTI-IWAITE x G7-and Rapids ESTHER RYNEARSON I Kappa Gamma Phi, Ypsllmm' Education, Senior Degree Treble Clef, CUUIOIIC Students Club, Junior Degree. Mwo iz WWC fmcffffq yl Wmrif 05 f I ,lg , 6 7 llfnmf' , ' 4, 0 H, A1 52 7" "MM-.M f - U-w.TLZ:2 J. ROBERT SCHINDLER FUfl'HUl?67l CORINNE SMITH - Detroit Lincoln Club, Catholic Club, Commercial, Junior Degree GEORGE F. SNYDER Concord Alpha Tau Delta, Student Council, Commercial Club, Degree Editor Aurora, Business Manager May Morning Breakfast, History and Education. Junior Degree MINNIE A. STIMSON Aim Arbor Pi Kappa Signia, Household Arts. Junior Degree RHE 0. TAGUE Consfrmtine Alpha Tau Delta, College Yellmaster, Oratorical Board, Junior Degree MAGDALENA NVASSON Bolivar, N. Y. Sigma Nu Phi, Y. W. C. A., Quadrangle, Girls' Friendly Society, Won1an's Self-Government League, Household Arts, Junior Degree Y. W. C. A.. Detroit Club, Household Arts, Junior Degree ESTHER STAMATS Ami Arbor Pi Kappa Sigma, l-lousehold Arts, .Iunior Degree NORA H. STRONG Wyandotte Y. VV. C. A., Senior Degree G. AVERY WALTER Sears Y. M. C. A., Junior Degree KERNIE M. WOODLEY Cliicfzgo Sigma Nu Phi, Household Arts, .Iunior Degree WW aim MMM? 1, I ll 7' 101, ,, K ,ff44'M7Z?WZ3g .L ........ - ...... -- ff ffff 'H --' ' ""' "" f ' "" 1 "" '1'W"""""""N'u Q??1111111Z5121Lgfg:::::ggg::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,..,, ......... :::::::::::,::::.:::::::L...r..::::::::::1::::-'ZZ ' fjjj'--1 fl.. .... .,.... 0 A . f -ffv f G I I I l 1 VEOLA E. GIFFORD Davison Y. W. C. A., Wodeso Club, Laonian Drama Society, Stoic, Albion Debate. English, Iiearling and History. Junior Degree MYRA R. SMITH Detroit Y. W. C. A., Detroit Club, Wocleso Club, I-Iouseholcl Arts, Junior Degree NELLIE M. CULVER Ypsilanti Zeta Tau Alpha. President Stuc1ent?s Self-Government Association, Y. W. C. A., Physical Training Club, Manager Senior Swimming '15, Physical Training, Junior Degree, Bobugi MABEL A. MATHIAS Michigan City, Ind. Kappa, Psi, Portia Literary Society, Social Chairman Y. W. C. A., Honor Teacher Winter Quarter, Primary, Junior ,Degree MILDRED ZIMMERMAN Traverse City Physical Training Club, Senior Manager Volley Ball '16, Second Grade Honor Teacher, Physical Training, Junior Degree i WW ywfq WWW 6575? ????5. ' mwmw ff , , fc, 2 W H M V 1 , , , 541 , 5 cfjzziiiiyzg3::::::::::::::::::::::::::::5:::7:z:L..............:g-,,,.4...- Ngggzzfi-.Em 2 H35-4. 5 f , .,ff??1:-ff: :V if 'X--.'K"., kh"""' ' f .... .. W .4.. .,,. ?f?1i??f1iif?f,,,. w G 0 V- , M ' ,..... , Efgjfjjii ii111Zff,.f"'4i,5h'""ll"' 'M' """"' Il :::::::::::L'::"' Senior Class Officers Thomm Clayton Ethan B. Cudney Valois Crossley Nica Roocle T7'CLLS'Ll7'C7' President Sergecmt-Ut-Arms Assistant TreC1sw'e9' Julius J. Jameson Florence Martin Bertha Warner Rachel 'Ifoivonen Yellnmsfer Secretary V166-Pl'6S'ldC'IIf Yellmzstress W 2724 Zifif Wm my W Q0 My ff? fgylm, 0 y I 4 f, ,, 1 fi W 4 56 g' "' ' fm f"'5 f""N 'gif W 41 ff fn X.2X'X.f:M I X K UU PC9153 e 1 fx .,,,. Vlgfgzgig :iii Aqul gizgyydgzyf fff f, , , ff 3 JJ ..., ..,....,...........,..A.,...., ..A. , r fV,,,. riff few J .. .....,.. .. ...... ....,, ....,...,... ,.,,,,, . , , ,ff ,,., , vm, ,..., v,..,.,.,,...4 .,... My Senior Class From four corners did you come, From quiet farm and city home, My Senior Class. In each mind there burned an aim, Some for knowledge, some for fame, Others just to change their name, My Senior Class. We have shared our joys and sorrows, Blue todays and briyht tomorrows, My Senior Class. Now our school days all are past, Ambitionfs goal we've reached at last, W'ith the future our lot is cast, ZVIy Senior Class. Soon the parting time will come, Sad it will be to every one Of my Senior Class, But privileged am I to call, And in some future time recall You, my dear friends, one and all, My Senior Class. W'hen my memlry fondly strays To those joyous, carefree days To my Senior Class, l'Vhate'er future their life shall see, Honor will be where it should be, To our Alma Mater, M. N. C.- And to my Senior Class. GLADYS A. EVANS. hw I I6 W? My W 'M' 3 .W JH ' a , 0-4.1.,.2:mc.,f::gg2Lgw- mfg ,,,, , 'NN xx N--,Mp .7-.111 ,F-0-. f 1 m:Q51:::1..4---1, " Mx, w.,, if-as ff-Jr'-4 5 . ' .,.,., W M-.Z::m.. ..., ,... - ' ,'V"11ZZ""1-Q.,, 4--4.,, WZ?" 'Wu A fqf'Mf:"+, """"" :::::::::::::: """""' : :::::::ff: "" : Class Day Y Louis Grettenberger Valois E. Crossley SClIllfUf0l'fCl7L Valedicforicm Martha Swearingen MHTY M- Steffk Proplzetess Pflefe-98 Emily Sayre H. Margaret Scott Harry D. Hubbard Historian Soloist O7'llf0T wk Www M1229 W f Q f,,,,,::1vf:w,, , 1 ,ff 1 5 ,,,.,,,L':-,, - 1 4 5s if f-1..,113,7g,.:.. .,.... ::::::::::::::::::::::,.:J:::::::::1:':::::::::.':::::::::::::5::::::::::::::::::::::::L7':..'.T--"""zr21' 5gj1:jv:,Zg5:::::53Z ..,, , ,,'g3:.,,,.g'jZ11li1j A . .... . ..,. 46' .fm-4'f-ffffgiyvv 'W f "" He. aww! ' ff4i.,,.,, , M... .,..,,,,,,.,,,fy4,,,,..vg A ew... f - - ,. - -' l 2 ml? gay:-Isle., 3 Nm Tm . . . ,,q,,.,,W,,-ez' "lZf'5E'E'E5,Zf VZ: 117221 sz: 12 ff ff ETHEL WV. ACKERMAN I Pigeon REGNA C. ANDERSON Bark River Wodeso Club, Ferris Institute Club, General Y. YV. C. A., Limited FLORENCE B. ANSTERBURG C'07'lC07'd IRENE A. AREND Commercial Teachers' H01l6l7Lf0W Club, O. E. S., Commercial Uppey Peninsula Club, P1'i11uu'y EVA RUTH ARENT Coloma ALBERT ARINK Wodeso Club, Oratorical , , Bozrrd, Laonian Dramatic Y10S1lC171fl Society, .Iok-e Editor of U Ferris Institute Club, Aurora., StOlC, College Girl Y- M, C. A., Meng Union, Oratox' '15-'16, English, Cgeneral Reading and Oratory LILLIAN A. ASHBY Zllorenci Y smic, Public School Music ETHELYN A- ASHLEY Club, Choir, Music and Lyons EUSHS11 Y. WV. C. A.. Ionia-Clinton Club, General THEODORE R. ' EDITH V. AVERS ATCHESON Algonuc Graded Y. M. C. A.. F01'um Club, Lenawee Club. Commercial 'I'eachers' Club. Normal X Choir, Commercial Tecumseh 59 Q, ,,,,,, ......,..,,,.... - ..,,...,,,....,...,.,...,,.,,,.,.......,.. -...- ..................,., ,. ,.,,,, ..,.,,IIfI,.,,.,,,L.,.1,.I.1l""M 'W' c"'w-.. -2 M719 , Mlm 'M'-HQ"-k 2 R . .1 1- ,, .. 4 yd , ff, 1 .. ..,.A . .,.., ,.. .... , .H , , , DALICE M. BARBER Camden, History Club, Laonian MARY ELIZABETH Society, Vice-President of BANGS Lowell Laonian, History and English LEROY H. BALL Hillsdale Chi Delta, Normal Choir, Y. M. C. A.. Commercial Club, Class Basket Ball, Commercial Rl-IEA WINNIFRED BAIRD South Lyon Commercial Teachers' Club, Commercial MARION OSBORN BAILEY Detroit Alpha Sigma Tau, Y. VV. C. A., Senior Kindergarten Club, Individual Clubs 1916 Meet, Junior Vice- President of 1916 Class, Y. VV. C. A., O. E. S., General MARTHA BAKER Boyne City Y. W. C. A.. Honor Teacher in Open Air Room, Special Primary MRS. IRENE D. BAKER Ami Arbor Commercial Teachers' Club, Commercial REX A. BABCOCK Harbor Springs Phi Delta Pi, Y. M. C. A., Athletic Council '16, Soccer '16, Physical Capac Kindergarten Science and Mathematics MORRIS G. AVERY NORMA PHOEBE AXFORD Detroit Thumb Club, Class S. , . - . Baseball, Euclidean lgma ku PIU' Omtorlcal Societv Normal Band '15 Board General ,- ' '- ' and 16, Mathematics and History -1 1 , wif? 5,41 A ff' mm 9 X f 4 nf fi Ae, f , 5 MMWW ZW ,mffldff MZ "'ZLZLZLZZT''17:51:51:::::::::::::::::::::::::J3':1T:::::::::::::::::::Z:::':x7:fl..."'l'-"W"-qqgQIT'5L..- .,,, N ,. ,,., "al "'N"'- ff LM? V .Nm W'-ive Q f-hir-eg QA 1 Nmuqwli 2 11.55, , :LY-z,.:., I -.,,um:-1.,,,,.m 4 55 I ,Ivy ff-n5,.g'h'3"w--M., O 0 egg ,, L., 'M'-fa QW---N J!! W 1 ,iff 271, fi ma R GLENN W. BARNES Alnzom' Chi Delta, Athletic Council Physical Training Club, ' LORAINE BATES R Football '15 and '16, Omeo Baseball '15 and '16, College Eastern Star, Track, Manager High Drawing fvlanip '16, Physical Jr. ucation HAZEL E. BEADLE . JULIA S. BEAL U Melvin Zllanitou Beach gf FK-YC-M551 Euclidean Y. W. C. A., Public School 0019 5- '1 mmf' 105 Muslc Club, .Art Club, Lenawee County Club, Normgxl Choir, Music and Drawmg ENRIQUE BEEMAN Boyne City Men's Union, Vice- , , President of Webster Club, NELLIE L- BELFORD , General Bellaz-re General VVILHELMINA BENGE Milan , 1 'IH ENHARD Kappa Gannna Phi, 0. E. IRMA RU B Buchmwn gi, lCog1mercial'Teachers' Minerva Society Y W C un' ommelclal A., English 21Ht1vHlgt0T3l FLORA BENNETTS Gmfflfffld PEARL BENN1s'1"1's F10IQi21g. giSta:'5'CCllXL Bessemer I-risniryllnfi Engliill " bf 51,ljf"G2g,gg,,S" , W ,ml 191 MW 1 G1 Q ,,, ..,.., 1, ....,.,.. , .,.. ......,.,,.,,.,...,... , ...,...,,....,....,.... -. .,,, -. .,.. ..:i::::::::: .,.. :..,::,:..::::::::..:f::::i:7""" ffiij'-., -W f,1121:zf1g3-7-me 1 1 ff' ' ,. ,,,, , D l. EE? 2 . , ,,,, .. , f 1 ..x .. . .. ,,., . .,f...,f., ,f f....f ff ., 1 A. ,. ., f 1 rffc Q U., e, f ,.,,- ..,.f,. ,, - . 'Nw' 1...-4.5 .-yn .ff W -Mft! MQXWJWA , , 1. J ......, 4... .,,.,,,,..,,,..,.. 1 -. ........A,,,. 1 ,,.. , 1::f.' '- -f,. ,.,,,, "-f..,1 ""f' -f,............... .......,,.,,..,,,..,,,,,..,,...., , ...,,..,,.....,..,,... , ..... , ...,,.,..,,,,...,,,...,,,,..,,,... I 11'.!,!7'1Jl'.L.,1 ,,,,, fihilmmi ,,f.., ,J ,..., 2: .,,.,,,...,,,,.,..,..,,,,,,. ,,.,.....,.....-nm-W ARDIS E. BENTLEY Ypsilrmfz' 1 Gener-11 KATHERINE U ' BERGEGRUN Detroit ETHEL BIEHN Laonian, Y. VV. C. A., Thumb Club, German and English IVAH L. BILHIMER Minerva, Y. W. C. A., Civic League, General BLA NCHE MABEL BIRD Euclidean Society, Thumb Club, Mathematics and History LAURA BIRDSALL Treble Clef, Art Club, Crafts Club, iyillllllill Training Port Huron Oufosso Mayville A drirm mee Alpha Sigma Tau, O. E. S., Soclalitas Latina, Latin BLANC HE S. BIGELOW Lyons Y. W, C. A.. O. E. S., Ionia-Clinton County Club, General VIVIAN L. BILHIMER Owosso Minerva, Civic League, Y. W. C. A., General INA M. BINNS . Holloway Lenawee Club, Y. W. C. 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I if IW I ZLZ21"wa..C 0 Tig n 21224-1 7, '----7-.fa 'gyfff 1 filly? ,.,..g,2s. 22mmQizygzcfyyzfffz , .2 44, . ...4.,. 1 - , - f' --1 -1, .411 1 f , ' ffff' 1 ...... rrv, W KATHERINE I BLACKHURST nlidlfmfz Y. VV. C. A.. General DINA F. BLOOMQUIST Elk Rapids Y. W. C. A., Senior Meet, General VELDA J. BOGERT Plymouflz Delta Phi, Minerva Literary Society. History Club, Y. W. C. A.. Choir, History and English NORMAN E. BORGERSON Sutfons Bay Ferris Institute Club, Men's Union, Vice- President. Forum Club, General PHILIP D. BOYCE VIOLA BLEICHER Port Austin Commercial Teachers' Club, Commercial LOMIRA E. BLUNT Warren Alpha. Beta Sigma, Y. W. C. A., General RUTH M. BOND Saline General PERNA M. BOTT Stockbridge VY. W. C. A., General YPSf""l"' rimwon D BOYLE Phi Delta Pi, President 4 ti ' ' F,,,.,,,f,,,,,On Y. M. C. A.. Stoic, . ' ' lllwsitm Science Catholic Club. Oakland ' Club. History and l+In,gIisli WW 7555? ,aa Mmefffg ZX WM ff ff G3 .-.---4.... 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BUTTERFIELD Bay City Laonian Society, l Y. W. C. A., General MARION W. CAMBURN Macon Y. W. C. A., Lenawee Club, Graded JEWELL CAMPBELL Ypsilcm ti Crafts Club, Art Club, Drawing and Manual Training MARY M. CARNELL l Memphis Limited IDA BEATRICE CARR Yllsilrmti Stoic. Euclidean Society, Y. W. C. A., Mzttlicxuzitics and German ia... ,iii 1916 ww. W , of we A 6.3 C """'''""'"M211:131::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,7.:::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::::::::r'"'::'-..'-,."-'-:Lex vrrf-''1'2::'r::::'---f--., f""""M"'w " - ' N- W:--224 .. flfiffwa ""' f . A., 2 ef "" -.'f:ff.ff 'fo f " 9- , 1 1- f K: ,... ,, ,,... , 1.1:-f,,:, ' , Vi. ...... Y ,'."l'.l Z., ,llv q3:.,,, ,lnvnl ,.,,.. . ., ,..,,, If gf, sg, . jf 33.31, .4.. .ZZZIZ ..,.. 2 ..... "-M-...11::::':::::7:::::::::::::::::::::::::::J1:::1.'11:::5:::::::::::::::::::::.t7,11L'L11iiZifCf.1,i,,,4111. .,., LZL,Qmm..,f.11Zzpp,,.Z., ,.,. MZZZML...7531::::::::::::::::::::::::L .... f::::::::f.la JOYCE E. CARTER Y. W. C. A., Primary HELEN V. CHADWICK Pri mary MARY E. CHA LLIS Y. W. C. A., Oakland County Club, General SARA E. CHAMBERS Art Club, 0. E. S., Crafts Club, Art Editor of Aurora, Art and Manual 'Training RUBY CHASE Pentwater Detroit South Lyon Frankfort Bam' Lake General MATIE M. CARTER Grass Lake Choir, Kindergarten Club, Kindergarten MARGARET VV. l Cl-IADWICK D6fV0lf Primary ETHEL M. CHAMBERLIN Culzml et Y. W. C. A., President '13-'14, General RUTH H. CHARTIER Mt. Clemens FLOR A ESTEL CHILD Ovid L-' :. SENSE 5 SSN. Q ge... . Q EQNSS MS :Q 5 EES lag ii IES lax SESS r. .SSS BNN ...ak esxxxxx :: Nwwwxmg gfsmwmxwwi ws is '- E 22 552585 :-2385 :wg lags is-S E5 Q '4 is Z I C' A SN cn 2 P ES fe SSN V: f- QSSXX 4' 0 2. EEQXXQ Fug' :SN X S E. 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COLE Saginaw Girls' Friendly Society, Y. W. C. A,, Primary HAZEL N. CHURCH Jackson History Club, Girls' Friendly Society, Y. W. C. A., History and English MARY AGNES CLARK Jackson Mu Delta, English and History LEO CLARK 1 Lakeview Alpha Tau Delta, Y. M. C. A., Soccer, Manual Training RUTH MARIE CLEARY Ypsilanti Harmonious Mystics, Commercial Teacher's Club, Commercial ARA B. COLLINS Bay City General 67 Qfllllliy' "" : 25:1::::::3:::::::::::7:::::g'::::g:1..,-...--- .,.,...,, -..,..4,,.:::,,.- ..... t-,.4...... -.3 ,W ow ww. ,,., ,C , 1: ,g-:gg "wc, ..,..... , if Je' Wiz" ,711 , 7114.-7f"',,.. f' ESTHER F. COMAN Portland 0, E. S., Primary ALBERT B. CONOVER Brooklyn Chi Delta, President Commercial Club, Commercial RUTH R. COOK Saline Public School Music Club, Public School Music and Drawing MABEL A. COOVEK Harbor Springs Primary KATHRYN L, CORNISH Lawton Girls' Friendly Society, Y. W. C. A., General JEAN LUELLA COLWELL Detroit Y. W. C. A., General HELEN COOK Ypsilanti Pi Kappa Sigma, Commercial Club, Commercial EDITH E. COONEY i Games Catholic Club, Primary HAZEL M. CORNISH Durand General HELENA CAROL COURNEYA Sto1'ndis7L Primary , fm, new ,, VWMWW fowff Wiz, fall? 1 ,,,,,,:::ff1:w,, 1 0 , fwmm, , 1 68 "'11112l1'H ""' :.':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::t::::x,...,.,::.. ...... .,..s.::1::4 .... --..L..,. -'1 f ,Hn ""w,jf . "in X- 'N-.CW 2 Cscffi. -...,,,4j-..,,M .,,yl.,xi Z . M' 5:1 ,.,. , "wif:--Z., fam!!! ffwfya vZZ......... 0 ,,, ffm in -..E 'L 7 f 'E f A '4-- --.- . 9'2"' 15525552 39475 -C7f'3," ,IQ 'C if 'W' , 25.5"-ella' , nba. an W. -Q, 1-A. 0, .VP I .7 .74 4,-1-wg .Q .WM --1 ffl. 'f7,47 4 y7 I, KN 1. . f 1-. ' 1 21' " --. H N 1 "-1-. . ,.., , ,mv "2'-1,7..,1,fa.:wP'ffEL' 'uf 22151: .551,1:. ef. 32: 51, ', g Jaw ' yy, H,5,q, ff .'f,. 2 5 MARJIE B. CRANDALL Amble NIARION A. CRANE Eafon Rapids Pi Kappa Sigma, Civic League, English and History Y. W. C. A., Primary CLARA M. CROSS Spring Arbor Detroit DOROTHY CROSS General 1 , Sigma Nu Phi. Laonian Society. English and German VA LOIS E. CROSSLEY Middleffm Alpha Tau Delta. Webster RUTH CROSSMAN .1 Club, Hillsdale Debate. Clldlhlllc General General ETHAN B. CUDNEY Owosso President of Junior and Senior Class, Student MARGARET A. Assistant in Chemistry. CUMMINSKEY Howell Lincoln Club, Chemistry Club, Shi-See Club, Football '14-'15, Kappa Phi Alpha, Physical Science Catholic Club, German and History ESTHER M. CURTIS LILLIAN DAVIDSON 7 1.1.i,,ml.5. T' "We 1 Ypsilanti General W9 Q 'Y 1916 f .,,, 5 69 q"'!w,,, ,,,, , ,.... - .,.,.,,, W ...,... - .,.......... -.-f.. W----.U--N---W--------u------- 07, F' Z i 1 'ififaffif ,z'f"' ,-ff? ' fn? 5 ,559 f........... J " W... .,.. ... ..... -..,.,,,...,......... ,,.,.. ....,..,...,.....,........-..,... ,....,. ..........,,,.,.. ,,,,,,, , , ,,.,, ..,., , .,,,, f ...... .......,....., . ...,.,,................- . MARJORIE A. DAVISON Ypsilanti Commercial Teachers' Club, Commercial MARJORIE P. DE BARR A rm Arbor Primary MARY EVELYN DERBYSHIRE Ypsilcmii Primary NELLE DEWEY Concord Y. W. C. A., Limited ELIZABETH J. DENMAN Norway Y. W. C. A., Upper M. ISABEL DARBY Flushing Catholic Club, Sodalitas Latina, Latin and German VIRGINIA B. DAVIS Washington General I-IAZEL A. DE VORE Lyons Delta Phi, O. E. S., Choir, Primary THEAH F. DILTS Hudson Minerva Society, Sodalitas Latina, Latin and German EVA A. DOCKING Peninsula Club, General , Pmckney Commercial Teachers' Club, Commercial ,WW awffwa 22? QZZZQ ' 1 V gl? 57479 Wifi ww. f X f 1 fy ff If ff , f7f,m,"eW,M W. ,Maw .,, 1 ,I 1011VIA111Lnazwwrf-1T1122'r1'ff-iatctitwnzi'gqfq52222147119412212'L2111iGW-111f'1W?f"7'7"""':"""" """ ""' """"' 70 F''11111:f''11111::::::::17:::::::::::1:z'::::::W1 ' -- - . --- - N..- . ,. 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EARLE 1 Sagmaw Alpha Beta Sigma, General JANE VAIL EDWARDS Riiverhead, New York Sigma Nu Phi, Y. W. C. A., Primary BERNICE ELLIOT Ypsilanti Delta Phi, Y. W. C. A., Portia Society, Junior Secretary Class of '16, Student Council '14-'15, General CLARE A. ENGLISH Croswell Kappa Phi Alpha, Y. M. C. A.. General GLADYS A. EVANS Port Huron Y. W. C. A., History Club, Secretary-Treasurer of CivicA League, History and English Www Vwgw fe. f f few wf ny m0.a:.,fm,, iff z 449 w.,,,.::. M MGWVW iff ag ,UWM ' fMffff X ff 79 Qjiiiii5Q7217:::':::::::::::::::::::::::::gt:1:xt:1':::5L1:'::.:7::::::::3::::.::7:.::xr' -"" N-'-'f----.-- ...A..... A ,.,,,, ......... . .,.,, wg '-f'-- - ffm'-"-'nw 1. """""""""" " . "" f -- . P- , f.T7,f'h' 555. 'N--,, ., j ' . 1 :ID -fff-,f:'f7W7'.fW,! f67,.'4"f . I fg' "e 'Q " ,,V,, . ..,.., - LAMONT I. EWALT . A Berrien Springs II Limited H0 and Physical Training Club, S. C. A. Board, Normal Choir, Vice-President Y. W. C. A., Senior Balance Beam Manager '16, Physical Training ALICE MARGUERITE 4 FALLAHAY - - Milliiigton PEARL A. FARRELI. General Detroit Detroit Club. Catholic Club, General LOU ARTHA FAXON - f Lyons ELAINE CLAIRE. Crafts Club, Y. W. C. A., FENSKE Ely,JI.'1ln. O. E. S., Manual Training Y. W. C' A., General GRACE M. FERRY Perry ERNEST L. FILBEK Shi-See Club, General Yifsflflflfi Kappa Phi Alpha, General ISABELLA M. FIRTH U LILLIAN M. FIRTH Sterling gfcrlm, f V A J X. Vl. C. A., General Sortia Society, '. W. C. A., General fm ...Ae M23 1916 .awe M s ij W,,,,...,,M Z '1111 -- ......... '-, v 2 E 'ill qw. ....,..... M ,.,., . ,..,,,,,..,., ,. .,,, ....,.M..,.,..,....m-M.-.,,,...,,-..,-L....s-..MM.-,..-.-.,...,-........,,..4 QVUS HII' N ,W ,,,N.,,ml ,im Z,..,,,,,.7 .....,., ...... , ...........,. .. ...... ,...- ........,....,., . ..,,. .,.........,......,.. , ,.,. N .-...--.,..... ,I ,,,,, f ,.,,, . 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Colniuercial Teachers' Club, C0ll1lllCl'Clill ELLEN M. FREDERICKSON Stephenson Ferris Institute Club, General DOROTHEA E. FROELICI-I Fremont Y. W. C. A., History Club. VVOIHZIIIYS Self-Governiuent Association, History and Mzitheuuitics I I yww ' A QM Z22 A 7 :Z 44 W MM! W wwmw if A 01121921 ,,,,,. 9 ,, ff mmf, Q Z 74 G11QllllylffffffffffffffffffIffII.'ffffL'IfIIffII'II.'f.Z'f.T.'I.'LTf'.......-ff.......,.........L."...,. ....... ....4..l,. - C ff-me EE ...,, , q,A , , .V.,.- . . ...,,, ...,, . , , . . .. X.. .... ff , ,... L . .... .... Mzlrj , .. ..., - ..,, l A 4 DELIA ELLENE GARDNER Bath. Commercial Teachers' . - I Club, Minerva Club, I HAROLD L' Fjliliiufiater Oratorical Board, Ionia- ciinwn Club, Y. W. C. A., A1111 Of H01101w General Commercial ROSEMARY GIBSON Britton Lenawee Club, College Lodge Club, General GRACE A. GARDNER Sparia Treble Clef, Normal Choir, Primary G. VERNEICE GIDDINGS Kalamazoo Secretary and Treasurer of Arts and Crafts Club, GRACE M. 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A., General History RACHEL GROFF Metamora Y. W. C. A., General M, MURIEL GROVER Allen Y. W. C. A., Craftsman's Club., General LENA M. GULLANS Illass GEORGE LEE GUNDRY General Grrmrl Blanc Arm of Honor, Pre-Medic Club, Y. M. C. A., Masonic Club, Physical and Natural Science GERTRUDE HAHN Utica , General LAURA E. HALLELK Pittsford Y. W. C. A., Primary LOTTIE E. HAMILTON Lifdfflffffm x1.xuGARE'1' cs. Y- W- C- A-- N01111211 HAMILTON Niles Chow' Art Alpha Beta Sigma. Catholic Club, General . . T7 ,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,, , ,...,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,..,... , ,,,,,..,.,.,,..,,.,.,,,,..., ,,..,,,.,.,,, - ..,.,.. , . ,......, ,.,.--.....- , if ---'e V' ,W -fm-, .y +72 54f:iiZ:::Z2Ez7?f1' saw? if 2, --f 524'-I "v-fl"'Mf.- - -Joel. 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HAUSE Club, Student Council, Calleton GEHGHII General PW Zyif Zfyif, www of W Www M 7 if I '0f72:4fw,, ly f 1 1 fn ff ' 1' fmwxf , 111 .. ff If If M I, 78 CI"""1'::':Mr7:337:17111::3:17:35:::g:r:::x::z'::::'T' 'N-'V --'A--f"'- rev- f-Q.. ffm... ......, f'1:::'. , IN" 'f A ' """"""""""""""""-'---' " '-"' ,fin"""-1ff'fN-'--.LamMy ag 4 ,41"g"3 5 ff A-.. ,, . ...mf Mmqfdy-.H .. -1 '-.N .Ana f--' V,-H4 1 ix -M. ...,. ..A. . ' . ff.-si. gig., st -. qs., WW. My., . .......g...5.:.Z.,.f .,,-,Z Wa., H M J 1 1. : 1' sirfri. "W-he 2 W- .......,.n,,,. ,, ..-. ,.ae.::a12 -113455. '51EEf if .swf vt? .fo ., 5-fiiftfffffx E?"-WZZZIQJGQJ:'W'-..Z2731:1':::L':3::::::::'::::::1:::::::::::::::::::::::::::f2f::?:1"iZZW7 ff AURORA M. HAWKINSON Lake City Y. W. C. A., General l ARTHUR G. HETTLER Ypsilanti Mathematics Club, Y. M. C. A., Mathematics and Science GLADYS M. HEYING Stockbridge Y. W. C. A., General MARTIN J. HEUSSNER Marletfe Forum Club, Reserve Football, Science and Mathematics VERA MAYNARD HILL Ypsilcmti Commercial . VERA L. HAYNE Lawton Girls' Friendly Society, Primary C. HAZEN HEWITT Brooklyn Arm of Honor, Class Baseball, General MABELLE A. HEYING Stockbridge Y. C. A., Normal Choir, Public School Music Club, Manager Senior Swimming Girls' Meet '16, Music and Drawing ALINA HEGGBLOM ' Illcmistique Primary ELLA F. HINE Holly Y. XV. C. A.. Oakland Club, General WW? ff., rw my 1916 We 79 Ci' K"2ZZ1155117::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::JL7::::::::::1:3:5::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: """ .,., 1 fmt-H-.. ,.- 'ff-' f l M, -.,., X 1 .. , 477 fy, ,jf . , ,ojjy , M ..,,, .. .. . f E iZf322:F5f7'5iii1"-W .... ..... . E 2113.25 2111--e.,4 .,,,. 24555 2 1 L,fZfiii...! Emi!E?5f.Y"M--...,..,i ''''--AA4L12ZZZ'::::::::g':::7:::J::::1:15:55:55:Ji:::::::::::::::::::::Q55:55:75 ,... 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MQW W ,f7Q ?Z ff? ff Wmfiff ,M I ,fy ff ,ff fg "'gg,,5W.,7 I, f gf 90 432211217gt::::::::::::::::::::xt:::::::::1:'::::::::::::::MM- . ..... , ,.-::::::"' . ........ :: ::::::-.:--"jrn21"1 1 .-.ii Lb: r-...J "'-W-...Q , 4... Q . .,,.. M. ..., .,.., GEORGIANA ALICE IIARRY D. HUBBARD HORNE Bay City Ypsilanti Girls' Friendly Society. Bay County Club, Y. W. C. A., General MINERVA HUNTER Shelby! History Club, History and English JENNIE HURJA Crystal Fnlls Upper Peninsula Club, General JOHN A. HYNES Siockbridffe Alpha Tau Delta, Track. Baseball, Soccer, Class Basket Ball, Connnercial Club. Men's Union, General J. .I. .IAMESON Do1vli'n!!, Oh fo Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, - Track Team '12-'13-'14, Yelllnaster '1-l-'15, Yellxnaster, General Arm of Honor, Vice- President of Oratorical D Board. Y. M. C. A., Civic League, Lincoln Club, Student Council, College Peace Orator '16, Business Manager of Aurora, General PEARL G. HUNTER Mears Commercial Club, Cornlnercial FRANCES E. HUSTON Benton Harbor General F. MILRE JACOBSON Charlotte College Lodge Club, Commercial MARY E. JEFFRIES Three Oaks Zeta Tau Alpha, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Laonian Society, Stoic, English and Rezuling ' 3, Cal? .1 if' ,f Ill! W 42 fn, im C"'l1l111II2Q""'1Z2IZJJIIZIIIfL'IIZI5lfJZZ.ZC'IfSXII!IfifJLTZZLZ'3Zf:f3,T1f3:73315171353333yjjjjgjjggggfgjggjg-gg-'--'- ---- -- 7-we-55557-M,,,, qw., ,I-M-m..,,,q-41. -3117, ,----., """-. 1 1 Ajji-'44' 1' if ,,,. "'--..,,' 4'-., W., " -,ff-155 24, Z1 5 E ..,. ,,,. A . f .... U M -f,f J ell?-5 ------ -W-'N-H14 12Zffz.'7'r-i zf1iZf .... C74 riff, f 2. .,.,..., 7 ..., J ..... ,..f "----A.....2171:::::::::::::::::::::::::J:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.L'75.2.,L111111117.1.T,.,iii517612212:.:2f2m:2f,:fZ,...,Z.......,Z? .fff':f:fff:Q??Z''I 2.3 LETTYE RU Wodeso Club, Y. W. C. A., Two Oratorical Contests, Reading and TH JEWELL Alpena Oratory E i v V f MARGARET M. JOHNSON 1 Tawas City Catliolic Club, General PEARL JOLLIFFE J , Plymouth ANNA B. JONES 1 rnmary Leslie Commercial Club, Commercial DAALE P' JUNE? ,I t. GERTEUDE E. JONES ps' an L Hancock Chi Delta., General OLIVE V. JONES Ferris Institu Civic League, Womleso Club, General Snover te Club, Normal Choir, Y. VV. C. A., Senior Public School Music Girls, Public School Music and Drawing MABLE I. JORDAN Janesville General , MARY J. JOHNSON Mancelmm ANNA K. .IUDISH General SfCl'I71bCt1lglL History Club, Upper . Peninsula Club, Catholic Club, General Wi? WWW ? W ?2?f Qfgif. MMMQ W We fdwjf? W V if fm..:::--:vm lu 1 1 1 rj m.Z':- ,,,0up,, 1 ' 82 -----H----'f-A-----'-----'-'-MW--'-'-----'--We--' ' ' --H "---- --W '-' f ile--'M f---ff i--N--M-W ,--,-, --44- '-f- - ---f- N --------f--fff----eW-----A----------ff---l ., an . M'-M : . . 4111 ful- N-..,""-.,, 3 JEL. 12.22 5 Q Q. Nm .. 1' ,...Awf..,cff,f4 I 4, f -. ---..J ,,,, 5 ,, V,...,....-1---7770745404 H a 4-HMM! 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Detroit Club, General -11111 I-V--17233335-A-L-Q.1::-11-M-? W' .......... ---- 1 S3 if K111ZZ1Q717:::::::::::::::::..::::::::::::::::::::Li':::::: ............,..,..,..,,.,..... ,:::::::7::::::::: ......,.....,..,.,... - .... ::::::: "" M "" N 'QZLZZZ ' f , ..., f' -v-..g1 , '4 fgyfynmf .. Q "-A frog 1 Q... ,.,... ,,.. 1 Zi2:gg1,..,,,, I Q ...V get ll if U ,... ""' E 5 l IVA KLOHN Carsonville Commercial Teachers' Club, Commercial Course HARRIET F. KRIENER Defroif Detroit Club, Catholic Club. General LILLIAN H. KUNZE East Trlwus Theta Lambda Sigma. Arts and Crafts Club. General BERTHA F. LA FRAUGH Detroit Commercial Club. O. E. S., Y. VV. C. A., Commercial HAROLD F. LAMB Central Lake Phi Delta Pl, Webster Club, Choir, Glee Club, Y. M. C. A.. Chemistry Club, Baseball, Science and lilathematics BENJAMIN C. KNISEL Jasper Alpha Tau Delta, Lenawee County Club, Commercial Club, Commercial I GRACE C. KRUSE Imlay City Euclidean Society, Civic League. Y. W. C. A., Mathematics and History JOSEPHINE D. LAFONTAINE. i Essex1:1Ile History Club, Laonian Society, Catholic Club, Y. VV. C. A., Choir, History and English liU'l'l-I LAKE Nqshville Choir, Kindergarten CLAIR LANGTON Ypsilanti Arm of Honor, Football , '14, '15, Baseball '15, '16, 1 Basket Ball '15 i 1 1 1 A l , Www Www 3- 0 uw! ff ff ,ffff W M My mw,,'Hf-, 1100, af gg? Wm My ,ffmufw an ff! ff f ffff f I4 f73..., , I ,0 ,ff 14 ff l f 1, fmm,,, firm 14 f 1 1 ff A,.,....,.,,,,,.,,, ,,,m..,.Wm,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,W,...,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,..,,....,,,,..,,,,,..........,....,.,,,,,,..,,,,,,.,,N........,.,,......,......,............,.,....,,...,,,..,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,....,,.muf....,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A 8414 .....,.. ..... H ui I ::::2f:-"ff'..ZW4' ""' ww. af-rf : M.. ., .. .. 4yM,y,,,..., ,, ,, X. , ffm-N ii: "i""-ZF' 5 dm I Jilli ,.... ,. .... jf I i i IRMA H. LAMBERTSON L01-'Cel' VVILLIAM C. LAMBIE Y. W.. C. A., History Club, Ypsilanti L210H121I1 Club, History Kappa Phi Alpha, Athletic 0-Hd Eflghsh gouncil, Physical 4 rlucution ELNA N. LANSON ZX'07'w!12l HELEN N. LAUNSTEIN Owosso Y. W. C. A., Upper Peninsula Club, General MARIAN E. LAYMAN Zlli. Morris Y. W. C. A., Girls' Friendly Society, English and History LUCILLE MARIE LEWIS Bangor Theta Lambda Sigma, O. E. S., General VERA MAY LOGG , n Richmond Limited Shi-See Club. Euclidean Society, lvlatheinatics IREN E LE PARD Charlotfe Primzlry JENNIE LIVING-STONE St. Clair Stoic, Civic League, General ISABEL LOKIE Detroit Sigma Nu Phi, Laonian Society, Catholic Club, Oratorical Board, Reading A -4 sw WM? ' L i 3 9 I , . ffl -yfe L S5 S fi11l111?'-,.v-'iffffffffffififffffff5:53553 --.--- -I-,.--.----M...-.....-.....-.T.1 AMN? I , f "' x:"'-f. h"' 7352? : ,.., , 'T M: gejx, 'fs sat, 5 yyfhjzjf M., ,' 14" ., gg., X MATTIE FRANCES LOWELL Lfmsing Ferris Institute Club, General CORA E. M. LUDEMAN River Rouge College Lodge. Detroit Club, Girls' Friendly Society, General EDNA JEAN MAC CALLUM Cheboygnm Mu Delta, Commercial ANDREW A. MARTIN Chi Delta, Y. M. Commercial Club, Commercial FLORENCE L. MARTIN Zeta Phi, Slii-See, 0. E. S., Kiuderga,rten Club, 1 Secretary Senior Monroe C. A., Corurma Class, Q HELEN M. LUCAS Romeo College Eastern Star, P rimary .IESSIE MAC CALLUM - Badfiaxe Limited GLENN MARLATT Gregory Y. M. C. A., Crafts Club, General EVA A. MARTIN Idaho Sprin gs, Colorado Craftsman Club. Art Club, Y. W. C. A., Girls' Friendly Society, Art and Manual Training LOTTA MAY MARTIN Benton Hrzrbor Kinder'fa1'ten ' D 7 Senior Meet, General l I I 86 ZLJLZZQH''1iZ:::::::::::::::::::5:::::::::::::::J.'5::::J:Q:fri'::3::::::::::::::::::x'::::::::::z::g:'I121'""'jf W' F H fl 'f-f 0 0 . .. ' - ,, - ' ig. 4 1,,5.-XE., N 5-...U ,,,Wm.,,,Z,. F . ,JW .l- ...4i,.7,:'yf.ff -.16 W4 f4z,,. myffqfm :: """" FLORENCE XV. MATTHEWS Ypsilanti Mathematics FRA NCES MATTHEWS C'r0s1ceII General ESTELLE MAUGH . Higlzlnnd PI'1Ill3l'Y AGNES McADAM Ontozzngon Upper Peninsula Club, Connnercial Club. Callmlic Club, Commercial EVA MCBKIDE H0111 :flux Y. W. C. A.. Conuuercisll Cluh, Commercial Course ELEA NOR LUCY MARSHALL Blissyield Lenawee County Club, i Cabinet Member of Y. W. C. A., Choir, History and English HELEN ADELL MAXFIELD Detroit Primary MARJORIE MAYHEW Utica Y. W. C. A.. Limited MARIAN PHOEBE MCARTHUR, Jackson Y. W. A., Kindergarten Club, Kindergarten FAYE MARIE ML-CLEAR TVl1Hmore Luke Catholic Club. Grmlerl . . S7 CM'Llilillw''37:Z:!::::J::.1'::3f11ZISLTIIJFIISEJffZi?ti5Zi'1TIZf:::::.':::::::'M . ....... : Ifri::J:::::J::::::::::::::::::::::::". !""ZZZ'M' "'1iZ2'1Z'Z'f"'1 ,... , 'iff' f 2 j z?'zmC'ae-T""- --1- f ...,.... 1 ,Q ......,,,,,.. .,... ,......,.. fffi :::1inf3 ' I 21,271 ifE?L' ""---........ff RUTH McCLOSKEY l Howard City Choir, Limited Graded HUGH A. MCEACHERN Elkfon Phi Delta Pi, Y. M. C. A., Nllehster Club, Ferris Club, General AVIS MCJURY Three Rivers Harlnonious Mystics, Art Club, Art HELEN E. MCKEON Fculon Catholic Club, Limited ""--,J "Uf...,,,....................,.....,,.......,..,.....,...,,.............,.,....,,, ......,,,.,.....,....,.,,...,,,,.,...u MARY AGNES MCCORMICK Birch R14-n General Limited HELEN McGREGOR Big Rapids Mu Delta, General GLADYS E. McKAY Pinconning Kappa Gauuna Phi, Normal Choir, Kindergarten Club, Kindergarten ORIN W. McMULLEN Belleville Phi Delta Pi, Chemistry Club, Track, Physical Science BURNADETTE , T . A . MCQUILLAIN Jackson ,IOLET U UHJI AN C I. N 1 c-Q J ommerqal Club, J kson Commercial I ac' Coluniercial Club Couuuerclal Course i fwawq Wye? MMM ag IZW54 Wy. Mme , f 17 X fff find on . 5? A ,fir 222' MM , 194, , ff ' "Lazy-0 if ,,,iM,,,.,,,.,.,.,,,,..,,.,,,.,...,..,.M,,,w,,,,,,,,,,W,,,...,W.M,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Wwfw' 88 fi?111Eff,,:::::::::::::::::::::::xi::::::::::::::""- . ......... '-' .. L , ,-M342 fe 2 x, Mini -A-LY:-Z' 22-f 1 fye2,..,,' "" 0 jf 'fAf 'lfflfl ., f .. - yf!il79 1 fv :V--Z ,A ,CM :,,---:ff-,wily .,,'f- 1-'If' fffwfi- 1'-lfhfi' ft f ' -. . i f 1 1w.'-..'N-.. N "1-. 2 E'--. MMI...-zvffzi yn.: nf.:-in -Wm.-::-?-:-if'-21:1 1: fi 'W , ji z z BEATRICE A. MEAD Ypsilanti Alpha Beta Sigma, Y. W. C. A., Girls' Friendly Club, Commercial ALICE J. MILLER Negamiee Upper Peninsula Club, 1 Catholic Club, College Lodge Club, Primary ELSIE M. MILLER Mt. Clemens Sodalitas Latina, Latin and German IRENE M. MILLER Ypsilanti Y. W. C. A., General ELIZABETH H. MILNE Standish Commercial Club, Commercizll GEO. M. MEAD Ypsilanti Arm of Honor, Physical Training Club, Student Council. Glee Club, Y. M. C. A., Athletic Council, President Men's Union, Football '14, '15, Baseball '15, Basket Ball Team 'lil-, Capt. '15, Physical Education CATHERINE A. MILLER Detroit Primary A. EUGENE MILLER Petersburg Kappa Phi Alpha., Commercial Club. Commercial Course MARION MILLIKIN Caro Craftsman Club, Manual Training MARGET M. MITCHELL Lorrfin., Ohio Y. W. C. A., Ohio Club, Primary .,eeee f ..... S9 4. .....-.... ,.. .. 1 ,.., Max 2 K, ,..9,f,, ,.... ... .,....,. ..,.. ...............,.,........,..... ,. .................,................,..,.,...... ...N-...... ......... ............i , Zggfjqzggzni ...,. ,, w. .. .. , .. ,ff,- .,.. ff. fm., ...X f f, ff J ff- ff . y ,4-H4 E, ff-., , ,.,-Z., , .. , ,...- yn-.1 ....4.-7.:.y.- .. .4 4,4 mffyv W ffywfr, ff x . --ff ,,,.... , ...,., 1 in ,mm ,,,, 3,375 3,53-, '-.,4 '- f,:f::'.:::::L.. ,,,... ,..::::A:. .......,. : .... fza..........,i......-i.. RUTH MONTGOMERY Detroit Y. VV. C. A., General ELMA C. MOORE Hersey Ferris Club, Wodeso Club, Euclidean Club, General GERTRUDE MOORE Pf. Huron General MORRIS B. MURRAY East Jordan Arm of Honor, Baseball '14, '15, Basketball '15 Physical Education MARTHA RUTH MUIR Grmld Rapids General wwww S x S E ff 4 If 7' Z f 1 ,,f X MARGARET E. MOON Lcmsioig ' Mnnager of Rope ' Clunbing. General EMILY R. MOORE Ypsilanti General MORGEANA MOSHER Reading Commercial Club, Conunercinl Course RUTH MULVENA Alpena Y. W. C. A., General CHARLO'l"1'E MUSSER Lc1Grm1g1e, Ind. Prima ry ww 0 f 25 , M1411 I ef ff----A --'- -----f-- ---- M -----'1---'------41----,'----- -f.-.-.-44,-. I wifi' ......,. .-......-,...,.,,. 1, Qazwyylgx fefbai fff: N... 2 M... we , ,,,., ff , if 'ge f A L , 0 77 '-. . . f 'JW -fdwgi 1,5 sh 5,:q.,-,,: QQ-...I . --,-- -v-'f'-2-4--f'-- W V-5,11-541, Quin: fee 3:5 li 1 ff 3 c,-...J new "L-A--J W.: NA---.1Z1i7::::::::::7:55::::::3':::::::::::::::::::::::liff1lfiiifiiilfifillilZZtf?ZZ:2f22ELEf5i?2,i1li2.1222ElieWML.f2f??f:f?f:f::iff':7.-..M""".D FLORENCE MYERS Conklin Alpha Beta Sigma, Art Club, Art NELLIE MARIE NELSON Jemlings Y. VV. C. A., General TILLE D. NICHOLS Pewtwafer Laonian Society, History Club, Y. W. C. A., History and English LOUISE K. B. NILL Detroif Y. W. C. A., Detroit Club. General Course AGDA NYBERG Dui-nth, Jlfmz. General VICTORIA M. NASH Adrian Commercial Club, Y. W. C. A.. Commercial .IOSEPHINE E. NICHOLS Battle Creek College Lodge Club, General FANNY E. NILES Newbez-1111 Comniercinl RITA NOYES Scoftville O. E. S., Civic League, General BYRON J. OAKES Marletfe Phi Delta Pi, Y. M. C. A.. Student Council, Stoic. Forum Club. Football '1-L, '15, Mutliernntics and Science res 7753 in M403 4 13110 44,3537 ,I f- " --lrf L . T-jew fffff If .,.., ff-'f'1 gl 111 ill ....., .7:::...:...W.::W,-.- ....... -:::....-,.4....- 0 X 3 1 .:::,,-,M-gyfz, ,.,,.-. WJ N'-. -.. M., f: 4 1 "'-Q. 5 ! . ' 2 X22 ..,. M ,,..,.,, . ML , 1 zz, Nw'-., "--.. 1 "'.1,jg2.,,,,,20 :ggwfiv f 521525421 4 si 42: zz: 357 if 2 izazif ' vga fffh ff iq, I 3 I ESTHEK LUCILE OBERLIN Adrirln 4 OLIVE ODELL Q ' Clinton Zeta Phi, Commercial Y Club, Conunercml , VANCE L. OGDEN Clinton Conunerciul Club, CUIlllllEI'Cl2ll Course RUTH ELEANOR OLDS Bevzfon Harbor College Lodge, Y. W. C. A., General J. RUSSELL PAISLEY Chicago, III. Kappa Phi Alpha, Manual Training and Art MARY A. l'ALLIS'I'Eli Detroit Alpha Beta Sigma, Catholic Club, Detroit Club, General , ...WJ Lenawee County Club, Graxled SOPHIA J. OSNER Grand Haven Mu Delta, Y. W. C. A.. Student Council, German and English ZOLA M. OTIS Mason Soclalitas Latina, Latin and German BERNADETTE PALLISTER Highland Park Detroit Club, Catholic Club, S. A. Club, General ETHEL Ol-IMAN Saginaw Treble Clef, Physical Training Club, Senior Manager of Marching Girls' Meet, Physical Training 4 0, ,fl 40, 7 4' 1 92 I ,,.,..., M., X, ,... ,.-., ..........,....... . ,.., , ,..,,,.. . ,,... ...,... L ,.... ...,.. g.:::::::.5..,-...-1::.t1'.. fi 'f-H-v....z.. '44 .. ..... :ez-Z.-KQMMMW 'ef ,Mum MAA! ' 0 . V- ,Y : "f A 1: 'f , -faffzf..ffz.a,.'...:f?iz.I'ff7'fT25E5f555,2 W 7 f ' Z1 fin : 7 2 --f"'- FLORENCE VICTORIA . PALMER Laurium MARIAN F' PALE-gfgzklwl Upper Peninsula Club, General History Club, College Lodge Club, 0. E. S., Y. W. C. A., History and English MARY CATHERINE Y PALMER Frfmkfw-t CLARA D- PARB U Catholic Club. Junior- General Memmma Senior Meet, General LEDA R. PATTON Harbor Springs Y. W. C. A., W0n1an's League, English and History OLA B. PECK Dryden Girls' Friendly Society, Chemistry Club, Scientilic Society, Euclidean Society, Physical Science and Mathematics Rl-IODA I. PEMBERTON Howard City Y. W. C. A., English and History ZILPHA PEARSALL Ypsilanti Art Club, Public School Music Club, Music and Drawing MARION A. PELTON Hadley Physical Training Club, Y. W. C. A., Newcomb Manager of the Meet of '15-'16, Physical Education ESTHERHPENMAN Sault Sie. .llaric 0. E. S., General . ... 93 qjlllililQ7Lt::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ........ zl'-,..--..,l ......, 3:55,-...- ,... ::-"- . ... , ...... : fag?-l f ........ ef ., .,... , " ---f .-fav'-fl 2 577: -'fm ,a.My, I "" 1, ..,. .... 1 .,..,, ,f ,, 4'n".3S A GN ES C. PEIiROT'l' Commercial Club. Commerclal Course ELSIE GRACE PETERS Hlnznrer LOUISE E. 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Club, Athletic Council, President Comme,-cial Glee Club, Choir, Physical Club, Comme,-cial Club, General Manager Men's Meet '16, Junior Manager Shot Put, Football '14, '15. Track '15, Captain '16, Physical W Training LILLIAN JANE REYNOLDS Bn!! Cify GRACE LUYIA KEN.-xtn l-'ricnrlly Society, General . Sfmn SW' JI"""3 General we V 1 16 2,521 wg Q3 W5 W M rigs, aff 'rm f fn? 9.3 fm' """""' ""''''NfIIZZIZIL'fIIISfZISIfZZf7fIZZTII1"ffL'L'f. .A.,.... ...., . ' """' """" """""""""""" ""' Z"' 1. 'f'?'7"1TffI""""f-1. 2 "W-. I' """' 'ZZTT3 f"""""""'s ,Q K, ,,.,.,. ?,!,,,. . . ,. W ,. , , , ..,,,...,.,...,,....,.,,.....,,.........,....... e.............. . Hvzmttiziy-Zu.,,.t.,,,,,Aj. 4 ,,..,, , 23555 ,.A..,.. - , ' Q 0 , ' .,,, i 7 'V - ..V,, 1 . 1.-,ni -s 2, I ,,,. wa 'f f iE4EE' .,5',:: 415 555 124 54' 2 WM' vp' 'ff ,ff ' f . '7 2 "" "" H '--""'- 3 -333 '-""""""" Z """"""" : LOTTIE LUCILLE RHORA L'Lllli7lgf0II CARLTON N. RICHARDS Art Club, Art Course RUTH RICHARDS Illilskegmi I'i Kappa Sigma, Physical 'Training Club, Physical Training Course MARGARET J. KIORDAN Crystrzl Falls Upper Peuiusulzi Club, Catholic Club, Commercial Club, Cornmerciul MARION F. RODGERS Highlrmd Park Kappa Gzumnn Phi, Y. W. C. A., PI'llIlZll'y MABEL MILDRED ROI-IRBAUGI-I Clzicfrgo, III. I-Izirmonious Mystics, Primary . Moscow Commercial Club, Commercial Course IRENE A. RIKER Lyons Ionia-Clinton Club, Primary Course. MAUDE W. ROBINSON Frankfort Zeta Tau Alpha.. Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Vice-President of Self- Government Association, lwiathematics MAURINE ROGERS Ypsilanti Theta Lambda Sigma, Y. W. C. A., Modern Languages NICA M. ROODE Newczygo O. E. S., Sodalitas Latina. 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History and English BRIGGETTA SCHA FFER Greenland General Course ANNA SCI-INELLER JOHN LEWIS ROY Applegate Y. M. C. A.. Chemistry Club, Ferris Institute Club. Webster Club, General EMILY JANE SAYRE Mason Alplul Sigma Tau, Y. W. C. A., Civic League, Sorority Editor Aurora, English and History KOSENA SCHANEK Ypsilrmfi Art Club, Public School Music Club, Music and Drawing EVA M. SCHULTZ Lfrurium hmm Catholic Club, General Choir' Catholic Club' Ionia-Clinton Club, General Course HARRY , SCHWARZENTKAUB V , , , S,,,,,,,,sky . MARIE SCIIWILILEIR I I Civic League. Choir, , 1. I V1 f'ff""f Natural Science . "Umm m - ,,,,,.,, ,aw fzhif. y. ...... 1 .,.,, 1 .sgexnfu.-mf4ff,:rm:."51'.'f.,4fg? ffgi? 97 C""'1111"":::::::::::::::::::::::::::jg.1.1:7::...-...- ...,.. W.-- .A.,,.,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,m,-.,., W f "Mi 5. , 7 5,:i.::.---qi. "" X, Sm L., 1 ,.,..,.,,, V .-.J , . K. If-f.......-....-.. ' 'he-4:::'H ' ..,.., . J Z4 j E 4 ELEANOR SCOTT Detroit Zeta Phi, Sorority Council, Kindergarten HENRY E. SEINEN Zeeland Alpha Tau Delta, Treasurer of Ferris Club, Oratorical Board, Webster Club, Y. M. C. A., Hillsdale Debate '15, History mul Mathematics MABEL L. Sl-IARRARD Cupric General ELSIE MAY Sl-IILLADY Detroit Kinclergarten Club, Detroit Club. Kinclergurten ELMEK M. SHUMAR Almont Alpha Tau Delta, Forum Club, Chemistry Club, Y. M. C. A., Men's Union, Class Baseball. Class Football, Trzlck. General I E i H. MARGARET SCOTT Howard City Alpha Sigma Tau, Y. W. C. A., Normal Choir, Public School Music Club. Art Club, O. E..S., Music and Drawing Rl-IEA VIOLET SHANE Grand Ledge 0. E. S., Girls' Friendly Society, Choir, Primary RUTH DOROTHY SHEA Sagiwru' Delta Phi, Commercial Club, Commercial IRENE LUCILE SHORT Quincy Choir, Limited FLOYD D. SHUMVVAY Pewamo Y. M. C. A., Ferris Institute Club, General i V73 ,WW Www 5572 gfyifl ffqfw , gi? mZ7'h'w fi Auf' 4 ?, mfffxmm f f if fl 'gf I yo Mf ff ffflly I 4, If 1' vw If f 4 M 98 -s.,qf"'- -'-' T' "" 112j"',TZIIL'IJf .... -....'LTL'I'.IlTJZI5iIIZ1'...-..-.--...- .......,.......... -:,1,.-,,,..-,,l "" j"g'vj:":j7--u..,,, 3 1' ' ...Q-':1..31? yy., 4 25 !"'.fVf'a ' s ---Nm.. ..,... 'ff .,,. :g.:"fi-. ' -QQZTM---., 22 :ai iw ' "" . 1: 2 5. . ia' E5 fi-if111i?ffW''f-f'73,'3'.7f" 4 ,H A., - f," ' Zzgsze-:M-., R 'S-. '- :sg.:f!Z.,7 :ZW aff 1- if ia AGNES C. SIEVEVVIEECEIEQIL KATHERINE S. Y. un C. Au Pl-ilmlry WSRELLENGER, Cadillac Cieneral EDYTHE M. SKINNER Saline ANDREW 0. SKYE Y. W. C.'A., German C'hw'lewir and English Euclidean Society, Ferris Institute Club. Mathematics and Science EDNA M. SMITH Hadley GRACE A. SLOAN Portia Literary Society, Nortlzvflle History Club, History and English Y. W. C. A., Ferris Institute Club, General GLADYS L. SMITH Luther Iiglistfgrff Club, History and Montrose -4 fr ' ' nt' bl Y. W. C. A., General ' HAZEL IRENE SMITH I-IEWITT M. SMITH Laingslrurg Alpha Tau Delta, Webster LIXNIE ADELL SMITH gllub. cgI'2l:0l'lCiEdH lioard, Quim-,, onia- in on ' , g -, ' Football lieservg, Class Cenex ll Course Football, General ima 1916 M! 5 film' f 0 0 ..... .......... . . ...,. . ... . ... ..,. 99 5:12.ff137QfffffffffffIIIIfffffffffffffffflffffffffffI1'fff.'f.'f.'ffffffffff:lT.I'If, .....,,... .,.....I.'f.'..'.Iff.'ffffff....4....... V V K' .,,, , ,..... . .. .511---iiizzzlf:-1-.. .... 0 -' .... 2 5524321111''NJ''"iii.."2""''311Z117::::::J::::::::::::::::::.:':::::15::J::5.':5:::::::::::::::::::::::Liiiliiiffifi2,fIfJi15111225,ZZ22mm5ff,af2..ni....M1.if2ffKmzQ::::::::::::::::::::::::::1.-,f::L':::::!,i,.L1 MEDA LEE SMITH Ypsilunii Worleso, Girls' Albion Debate. Primary MILDKED L. SMITH Defroit Detroit Club, Kindergarten Club, Kindergarten Course BERYL LUDINDA SNIDECOR Ypsilanti Y. YV. C. A,, General V. RUTH SNYDER Ypsilanti Sodallitas Latina. Teniperauce Organization, Lutin and German LILLIE SOLOMONSON Norurny 0. E. S., Y. W. C. A., Upper Peninsula Club, Art Club, Choir, Art my ,..,. , .,,,,,,,,,,, MILDRED ELLA SMITH Yozmgsville Alpha Beta. Sigma, General ELLA A. KUNZE East Tczwus Theta Lambda Sigma, Arts and Crafts Club, Nlllllllill Training GRACE G. SNYDER Detroit Minerva Club, Kinclergarten Club, Kindergarten EDNA G. SODDY Calumet Y. W. C. A., General OLINE SORENSEN Robinson Y. W. C. A.. Wocleso, Ferris Institute Club, General yf 24, Z4 69247 Wynn fa W If W 144 if ff fzf f "Iggy , ju, y f I ff ff 4 ,,f,,,.,xy0 ., ,I If W If 100 f--- K. -k .,.. 44' ,... ,,..f..fW:flyw Zh .,...,.. Mme! , ,. , ,..... -.-ffl ., A 4 f f .. .'.. If .M . 1 Y 2.43. ,...., T. ........ ,E .5335 W-I , QQ. U ynfffnj .gba ...,. ,III -N f :Mi ivgwgg W 1 .... 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STEALY Clrarlofte Primary PEARL E. STEPHENS Viroqua, Wis. 0. E. S.. Shi-See Club, Y. W. C. A., Honor Teacher First Grade, Primary ' VIOLA I-I. STIELER Wwmdolle Sigma Nll Phi. General 101 ' "" 133'-:::::::::::37::::3'z::'.,-..........-..-::'.-.,.....i. .. 0 L - Y 1-...E-JJ 31525-gi:Aij-53:3--:gi-.....-.......----....,- ..... ..... 3 CLARA E. STILES Pt. A llsfin Commercial Club, Commercial Course LILLIAN STREIT Carleton, Y. W. C. A., General MARJORY STRUBLE Detroit Kindergarten M. EVELENE STURTEVANT Cnpemish Ferris Club, Wodeso, Y. W. C. A., Choir, History and Natural Science JEAN J. SUTI-IERLAND Vassar Y. YV. C. A., General MARGURETTE STOLL Escmmba Alpha Beta Sigma. Kindergarten Club, Upper Peninsula Club. Kindergarten NINA A. STRONG Adrian Y. W. C. A., Lenawee County Club, Honor Teacher Second Grade, Primary BERTHA L. H. STURTEVANT Ravemm History Club, History and Mathematics MAYME E. 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TAYLOR Sparta Arr club, Y. W. C. A., ALFRED RAY TATE Art Grandville Y. M. C. A., Ferris Club, General E. WINIFRED . THOMPSON Salem Y. W. C. A., Comulercial MAY LILLIAN TODD Club, Choir, Commercial CILCUOUUCW- Normal Choir, Primary ANNA RACHEL TOIVONEN Hancock Senior Yell Mistress, Physical Education Club, President of Upper , MILDRED N. Peninsula, Club, Phvsical ' , . TORNQUIST Laurium Education General GROVEH TORREY 2 Ofiszfille N Chemistry Club, Th b ' , Club. Baseball. Classm 1 EVA MAY TRIPP Basket Ball, Class ' Q LZIOHS Football, Science and . f'Gn'C1'211 Mzrthenmtics , l I E 5 - img ....,. . 103 C"""'''"""''"'':::::::::::::::::5:3:::J:::::5:::3:5:37::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::''7:::'r"" "-' 'r---:--'-'M--W -V 1,...,..-..,E..L,.. ..., .,..' ,VII ,,, ,.., mm ,.,'A , L., 1,2 ,,,....,,-.,,4 Z K ,,,,,.. f,,, . .,,.,,, -cm ,, ..., .,,,,,,.. " ,.,, ,,,,,I 4- .... . .rt .,,, V .... WMQZWW ------ a,ufgg5ggjj,,,f my .... 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Science f y A 1-,l.im,u. ancl Mathematics X' W' C' " L y yfmo' ,fam VWMM jwwm, fgf y 'Q wif' fix zz, W 7 if W wmffffw iff ff fffff f 104 ro' """"' -'''x:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::r::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::r::::x:::::::::::::::f::' "" " -.ff:gr--1'9gp:::1:::::1'f-,...,,, w'11:i1'1i'1'Z"'i " ,.., ,, an , . .V...,., ,.,. 1 . ..., ....,.. I ' , ,,..,,.... . e - -0 , 1 l i 1 GRETA WAHLSTRGM MAUD E' WAITE Manton Mfmton General Y. W. C. A., Honor Teacher Fourth Grade, General LENA VVALKER MADELIN E. WALKER Jackson Ypsilanti Y. W. C. A., General JANET WARDEN Rushton Y. W. C. A., Primary BERTHA MARIE WARNER Ypsilanti Kappa Gamma Phi, Physical Training Club, Vice-President Senior Class. Manager Figure Marching '15 Meet, Manager of Dash in '16 Meet, Choir, Physical Education SADIE MARGARET WAY Gram! Rapids Stoic, Sodalitas Latina, 0. E. S.. Volley Ball, High Julup Junior-Senior Meet. Latin and Secretary Self-Government League, Y. W. C. A. 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JUNE WHIPPLE Benton Harbor College Lodge Club, Limited AUSTIN MILLS WILBER Ypsilanti Phi Delta Pi, Track and Soccer '15, General VfWf 4400 1, MZ W QE Q 4,110.3-, 0 X I' I' M WW :ef IQ li MMWW If w xxx 1916 . A sw E S I S S S X S N S X E Q E m 5 N S S S N S N S S is 5 Sz Ei ss is S? lx 9 FRIEDA WEINKAUF Ypsilanti Y. W. C. A.. College Lodge Club, Physical Education. Manager Meet ,I-lr. '15 MARIE A. WENG Marine City Worleso Club. Chemistry Club. Euclidean Society, Girls' Friendly Society. Mathematics and Physical Science FRANCES A. R. WHITNEY Ypsilanti Pi Kappa Sigma. Choir, Limited EVA WICKMAN ' Webbernille Art Club, Arts and Crafts Club. Drawing and Manual Training 1 MARGERY WILHELN 1 Portland Treble Clef, Kindergarten Club. 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WILLSON Royal Oak President Oakland County Club, Ferris Club, Men's Union, Rowima Club, Soccer, History and Mathematics l-IENRIETTA L. WOLFF Jlrmcllesler Y. W. C. A.. Euclidean Society, Mntlienmtics and l-Ii story ONA F. WIKEL Huron, Ohio Ohio Club. Priinnry EDITH MARIA WILLIAMS St. Joseph Normal Choir, Priinary IVONE E. WILLIAMS Williamston. Primary FLORENCE B. WILSON Bellevue Y. W. C. A.. Choir, Limited JOHN XVOODS Denim: Kappa Phi Alplm. Chemistry Club, Euclidean Society. Choir. Glee Club. Detroit Club, Track 'l5. '16, Science and Blntlienmtivs il u " Q' "" vifffffff T ig ,... 7!,,, ,..... , ....,..,, W. ,...,, .,.,,... , ,..,.....,,. .....,..,.,..........,.....,,....,.,.........,,,,..,.......,,.,,..........,.. N. llll mlhtlaxlgxtzla ! oi. M'-5 2 'Q 7"VZ11'45 5 ...,.. . , 0 In 32, 'ffm . .,.,. , , ,Q 1 x 5 WM if fb... ., , 2 1 2 ze-ig , , - - A ,Z 1 ,s ,... 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ZIMMERMAN Niles Catholic Club, Limited Beldiwy I ADA CROLL Ferris Club, Wocleso Club, I , TZCWH-96h Adrian Debate, General Lllillted IGERNA CROLL FERN QDELL I I Tecumseh Rochester Llmlted - Commercial Club, Commercial Course i I l!fff0 !l"'7l awe ww' ffww 5 f 0 iw fn ffydww W y if 4 f,,,,.x::-aw, , 1 ,'f 1 2 WWA. ,,, 1 1 108 i , A X N V W 4: A lUlIlIlIllI.HIlIlllI UUUillIQJJ NHHNI mf ' Q , I -- xi ffl' ' A ' W .- a Wx ! y' W QM fy . j K J- idvlx 6 El' g H -J,, 'Y 2 N qwif' Yak 9 AH XX gg .1:ffmaisagasiasmaeasasms. Q X 4 Ax v"'11n1lummmnunnanumuu Y A , x X W ' , Q 5 M . ,, V fl - ml JuNlo K,,IZIIZIIIfZ1IfIL'I1'ffZfLT,'jf.Tfjjjjj1T.TfIfLI..............., ..... -.-..-I.'L......-.......lT f4?Ef'a Qlliiiiku-.. O Q "---'11 fqxil i f ' """'f-..,"""--.. P'Q"' E5"'5.'5'77E :Eff I-Z7 QWWJZVWZW 1 . 547- KAHJ :fm-x. m ----, ..Z,,,..W,. .,,,, Z, fwfr I my vw vufffinykyfybfn 1: -"' --'- Jumor Class 0ff1CCfS if-X I . f-3: X , iz .Y Florence Morse George Lawson Vice-President Preslrlelzl J. Palmer Liudow Claude Benner Secretury Treasurer Esther Thompson Jerome Sherzer Assistrmt Trenszrrer S6I'!l6!I7lf-flt4A7'I77S Marjorie Struble - John Seuey Yell Mistress Yell Muster 110 Q' p.....?7,,..-s....-...--.-...5113153515173331715117 ,.,, ,-.,.,,s-,, ,,,,,4A, ,,,,,N::-,,,,,,,,,--T ff g ,, .4 , x F' s ,jfxsf ,.. Xb., X i 15- -,,1,14:::,:v,'6jf1f S-..,,'-Q., 2 5-'way-1,1 X , , ,, y MM ,,f .M ., ff.,, , ,. 4V. . ..... Q '--'-- ff L-.,, ,,.,. J 's...s "'---1-.11:1:::::rr:17::::::::::::::::::::::::.t:::::::::::::gg'11'"" ' ,,.. f,...f.Q.2.22i?::::a::f:L1fZ ,..,., ,.... . """ 3 'L ""' i'f'f:?"'f"e'-J 5 Flashlights of Junior History HE Class of 1917 arrived in Ypsilanti in installments anywhere between the twenty-first and twenty-fifth of September, 1915. Some came by rail, some in other conveyances and others via the personal propulsion route. Those who came in the earliest part of the period mentioned above almost decided to return to their homes and mothers before school opened. Saturday, September the twenty-fifth, stands out vividly on the horizon of our first year's College memories. On that day, after wriggling and writhing to and fro through the seething mass of would-be school teachers in Normal Hall for some hours, we, poor, verdant, unsophisticated mortals that we WVERE, succeeded in bringing to completion that task of tasks, our first classification. Sunday, the twenty-sixth, was a long, long day, and the thoughts of the members of the Class of '17 who were away from home for the first time were long, l-o-n-g thoughts. Every church service was considered "an opportunity to be embraced." There was a large attendance at the cemetery in the afternoon, and many persons were seen reading the inscriptions on the gravestones with unusual avidity in attempts to find a name that savored of home. At last, after many days, the day ended. Monday, the twenty-seventh, was full of new wonders. None of us knew what the day would bring forth. Each of us, as we crept silently and expectantly into our respective recitation rooms, felt like a condemned man sitting in the electric chair waiting for the current which would send him into eternity. Each instructor appeared like a big, black monster, crouched, ready to spring and tear us to pieces upon the slightest provocation. But all that was due to the strangeness of our sur- roundings, for now We have come to revere and cherish the privilege of daily asso- ciation and contact with the members of the faculty. Our first class assembly was called on Monday, October the eighteenth. "Cud" presided, and after extending greetings in behalf of the Student Council, he appointed a committee to draft a constitution for the class. On the following Monday morning the constitution was adopted and the ofhccrs for the year were elected. Also on this memorable day as we sallied forth from our rooming houses, we were confronted and terrified by a preponderance of hideous and threatening posters addressed to us. Until this time we had been sailing along before pleasing and favorable breezes of self-content, self-appreciation, and self-importance, but oh, that array of paper and words took all the wind from our canvas, and we were brought face to face with the full significance of our insignihcance, as it were. Some of the bravest of our men, partially regaining their equilibrium and self-control during the day, called a secret meeting to see what could be done about the calumny and challenges which had been hurled in our very faces. That night about twenty of the bravest of them, under cover of the darkness, gathered around the organ in Nor- mal Hall and decided then and there that the Seniors' challenge should be met straight from the shoulder. The valorous twenty left the main building, enlisted several of their more timid classmates, and under the leadership of Lawson, their president. they marched through the streets with the purpose of giving the upper classmen an opportunity to attack. After they had done considerable marching, the attacking party put in its appearance and hostilities were engaged in on Cross Street 11ear the Rowima. A HOT fliteral meaningj skirmish resulted in several of the men on both sides separating from various parts of their wearing apparel, shirts being especially inclined to take leave of their owners. llfhcn the smoke had cleared away, the Juniors were still on hand, but the Seniors were a missing quantity. However, the men of '17 thought that this action might be a ruse on the part of thc enemy to make easier their Vandalic acts on the following night. lVith this in mind. the Juniors appeared , . 4 79 ww .. ff ZW for ffwfffffa Q? 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But alas, this was not all, for Cudney, the '16 president, and a few of his cohorts were taken prisoners. This was indeed the climacteric instant. The Junior posters with their acceptance of all challenges had been received from the printers. Also, two pails of rich, creamy paste and two brushes were in readiness for use. It was decided that the Senior leader was the man best fitted for the task of posting the bills-and he did post. QTO whom it may concern: Mr. Ethan B. Cudney is a competent billboard advertiser. He is an artist with the paste and brush, and is a willing worker-especially so, when several Juniors with healthy persuaders are kept in close contiguity to him.-Editor's note.j Following this incident, the members of the Class of '17 were able to travel around the campus more or less unmolested. The tug-of-war which was to have occurred November 10, was not held, because, although they had made the challenge, the Seniors did not fancy the prospect of a plunge into the icy waters of the Huron. It might be stated here that this event was not called off until the Class of '17 had been worked up to a state of eagerness and fervor for the contest by their enthusiastic and etfervescent yell mistress, Marjory Struble. The annual inter-class football game, which was played on November 27, ended in a 20 to 0 victory for our warriors. In fact, Crane, our quarter, not only whipped his own men into shape for the fray, but he was responsible for the Senior team put- ting in an appearance on the field. The next big event in our history was the girls, indoor meet. Our girls elected Grace Ryan for their general manager and, indeed, they made a wise choice, for although tl1e members of the class responded royally, the leadership of Grace was largely responsible for our wonderful amount of "pep" and the excellent showing which we made. Notwithstanding the fact that in the meet proper on the evenings of March 10 and 11 we won a safe majority of the events, yet we lost out in the final scores on attend- ance and tl1e preliminaries. Wfe have no alibi to offer. The Senior girls beat us fairly and squarely and with a splendid spirit. Our girls fought hard and lost like true sportswomcn. The male members of our class, under the management of Arthur Erwin, suc- ceeded in winning the men's indoor meet on March 18 by a small margin. However, the Seniors questioned the judges, decision and declared that the outcome of the meet really depended on the basket ball game which was to be held the following week. These objections went by the board when our men came out on top of a 32 to 26 score in this event. As we go to press, we are expecting to win the baseball game, the tug-of-war, should our Senior brothers care to run the risk of immersion when the water warms up, and the outdoor track meet. VVe make this statement not in the spirit of brag- gadocio, but we are going into each event determined to land on top, and we have found from past experience that such is the spirit that wins. VVe are just finishing the last lap of the first mile of our College course. Although we have made many missteps we feel we have run hard. Now, as the time draws near when we, in place of our worthy Senior friends who are going out into the field, will be asked to take their places of responsibility and leadership, our earnest wish and desire is that we shall be able to fill these places as they have done., with credit first to our College and then to ourselves. a f,y My aj 3374 f, Wg A f y!fQ44ff'W Z5 ZZWMZZQWW M ji? fa, Wfaawm ,M0oQa f5 112 c'f'1i "F' 1?-Lf T ' 'n f 'ifzw I BDDK Ill THE A CAMPUS I L v m an L 4 QQ Muni T A ' ' W H 1z'2:wz+:+'fwzwzvz+:w:0z':+' 1 'g12o'3M'ff'W! 1 J VI ui ' Y C, ,,,,, ,, ,... ..- ..,,,... - ...........,...,..,..,... ,.,,. ,..,,.,..,,,. ' '-Q f K - .--, .. .... : 11.2 ..., ,,,,, I I ' 0 0 lf, Y' The Aurora Board Eva. Ruth Arent George Snyder S?Il'2lll Chambers Jokes Degrees Ari' Samuel S. Starr Alice F. Warner Hzirry D. Hubbarrl J. Palmer Linclow Fraternities Editor-in-Chief Mary Helen Denman Emily Sayre Business Jlmzuger Jun-iors 'l'lmmzls Clayton Lillian Priestap Orgfmiznfians Sororifies A ilzletics ASSfSfll71f Edifw' WW? VW? ggwwm Zzygf M521 WW My y wi iw 1,5 dzwdwq Q v ff f ,fy ff f f"ff 5 f 54 114 " "" """M"'-""""""- """' W-' ' ' - W- ....' A .,.. F " . 'M '-'- 1 . 'wg -.4-.4.,,----V... , g. ,,.. .iris 2 Q'-'wx af Q 5: ssfwfseriqyiezwfagfgwf- , !fW',, - AURORA BOARD wk MM 1916 ' ,,,112. H 111: 1 115 "'1::2112111"'M''175::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::17::::::::5:::::::::::::::zz:::::::J:::::::::::::::::::::::.'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-s"'e- .. ,,,.. 1 11:1 4 : ,.- w- f .1 Q: . iw "-ii'-If "HW f' "1 .. . ..., . V -... , ,... '. "f' "" fy " w' -4 "wa if 11: f , -.1 f , 5-. N, 91... 1 1:9-ff.:::', 5 z, ,- f.":',gx1. , f' LJ . ,,,. N 3,1 - - - 1... 2:29. Wfwa ,s . A .. f f 5 Z lllvl G ....,, , ,, -pg. Ng, Y? 25221 WE mfg 4J!'f'41."7Z I X "M, if Student Council S IN olden times, it is true now, that the things which are beneficial to a group as a whole, start in inurinurs among the individual members of that frrou . And ros uerous is that institution which has an ear delicate enou0'h to CD C7 hear these murniurs. The Student Council is that ear for the M. S. N. C. It is made up of repre- sentatives froin the classes and the most democratic organizations of the Col- lege. Through the efforts of its members, the Council has been able to hear the campus niurniurs and to legislate for the best interests of the students. The members of the Council are: Prosirleiizf . Vice-Pre.s"id1211l Nc41'1'0f1m'y . fl'l'9ffSIII'0J' , DEGREE Rufus R. Hinnplirey George F. Snyder Harriet Gies Frank Driesens SENIOR Ethan B. Cnrlney Thomas Clayton George Ingersoll Lillian R. Priestap Helen Voorheis OFFICERS . . . Byron J. Oakes Ernestine Pierce Lillian R. Priestap Thomas Clayton Y J. Philip D. Boyce J. Palmer Linclow Byron J. Oakes . M. C. A. Y. WV. C. A. Helen Rysdorp Ernestine Pierce Sophia Osner Marguerite Watkins MEN'S UNION George Mead Harry D. I-luhhard J UNIOR ?elm'ge LHWS011 WOMENS SELF-GOVERNMENT o in Seney ASSOCIATION Mildred Rathhnn Nellie Culver E NORMAL COLLEGE NEWS Nat Hopkins Wifi yfm , 423 4, fjygil . , W 1 ,fof f g . f 5 f.. H, .,,,..,W...,..,,,,,,.,,...,,,.,,...... ...... .....,....,,,,..,,.....,....,..........,,.,....,....,, ..... . .......,. ........ . .,., . .... . . .............. ..,W.,....,..........,,.,.,...,..,..,....,...,.,.......,,,.,,.....,,,,.,,,,,A 116 ,, .,......, , ........,, , ....,,, ..,. ....... ,,, ,.... ,,Qk1i:::::::"'1TZ.,.,fm..:4:.Z:Zfiff Li:,4...Z"'M331-.."x:'lf?L 'A"""Q F.. IFPXVEEN fx Q,--X iYi.4i..i is 'jjjjwx Ylifff 522-'ff 5 1 x.? if x 5 1 E lf.:J:3""' I . I X .X,XX 4 .... I wa -s f ,X Q, Qs : YN 'Vw 5 5 x N XX STUDENT COC NCIL aww wwe aww , Z 3,4 fi Q24 ,LQ Wffqmg Q. 22wm,,g,,v If , fi EL Qziwm-, ,fff4fLfWfq,g azyfmmw-1f,,,, M! in bmw. ww My fm fs ,.x:f:gzf,, 1 45 f f 2' IIT 'L11311'N':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:'::1:.:1.-...--.,,.,,,.,,,i,--,L.,,,, 35 ,,,,V.. y ,mm y , ,LMA A- N1 5 fa- Wfzifii .... 4Afw ' fha-, .... at ..., , ,, tffi' 3, 11 -f K, ,Q-tum 2 ., It-N ----- -We-Eff Wifiwe'.WW'212E2cf,1, :-5' 1171 ff?-2".wfl'.v,,,, , ' . The Women's Self-Government Association HE women students have been given an opportunity this year to express themselves through the Self-Government Association. They began the College year by meeting the Junior girls at the trains, helping them to classify, and giving an informal reception for them in the evening. The spring term will see another innovation, the organization of classes in social form. Long have they been neededg may their mission be fulfilled! A spirit of unity is developing among the women of the College through the efforts of this organization. It is our sincere hope to establish a precedent among colleges because of the wholesome way in which our students respond to the responsibilities of self-government. OFFICERS President . Nellie Culver Vice-President . Maude Robinson S'ec1'etm'y . Madelin E. Walker Treaszwer Lillaine Wise 118 C flllllliidn'f,'fIf.T.'fffIlTL1'If.'l'fff.'IfL'fffflTfffIIlT.TIffl.TIII.'...-....--- ,,,,, ,...,,..,,T.,.L.....T-L K ..,,. 'Ns-3 N.,-M "fAf..,3.i:gg3z:jg yes,-1 223-Q:-ms. NX f"x diva...--Zia, WM-,,..:w,' IJ? sf 'ef M if The Civic League N THE summer of 1912, a group of students and teachers united in an effort to help on the Michigan Equal Suffrage campaign. At the close of this campaign the organization was continued in the form of a Civic League, which was to have as its purposes the arousing of civic interest and the render- ing of civic service, in the city and on the Normal campus. To enable the League to do effective work the members were divided into small groups under individual leaders, and each group undertook some par- ticular line of civic activity or study or both combined. There have been eight different groups in all since the beginning, and many of them have performed a real service for the institution. To the "Anti-Hy" group, for example, must be largely credited the interest Ypsilanti has shown in getting rid of flies, the "Out-doorsn group gave us our campus baskets and our bird-houses, and have had a hand in providing the campus with shrubs. - The Bulletin-board Committee, under the leadership of Professor Buell, has for two years kept the students and faculty in touch with matters of vital in- terest by means of posted clippings chosen with disc1'imination and good judg- ment. Still another group has had charge of the Daily Calendar which has done something toward systematizing our announcements and making our cor- 1'idors look less like the entrance to a moving-picture show. Miss Vena Califf has been the leader of the Temperance Committee, and has done valiant work in a1'ousing campus interest in the pressing problem of temperance. This com- mittee has had charge of the anti-liquor posters which have been seen on or near the campus throughout the year, and it was altogether through their efforts that the State Prohibition Contest was brought to the Normal College in April. These are only a few of the League,s activities, but they illustrate the varied and fundamental interests of this organization. It believes in open eyes and open minds, it stands for cleanness, beauty, justice, service, and it maintains that every member of any social group is responsible for helping to secure these things for the good of all. During the year Dr. Eugene Shippen of Detroit addressed the student body on the theme f'Civic Enthusiasm." He spoke under the auspices of the Civic League and those who heard him know in large part what League members believe and what they are trying to do. ?"'fZ Ziff? yapwafmxmzq 525 1 3556? V WWW? nffwwid f -L X ' E ,ffgpwf 5 W - M , l ...Y .... 119 Qx ,,,. K, ,.......... 13.5. ........, II..LTL?SS5.TL7fI,TIZZIJIIL2T....."...'flTI.IIi."'TiI?'.."'l"i"""' M--W 1 ..,'f ' mv .. '- 1' 1-. qv.--..z:::a..-4 2 'Am-1flQ""'1j, "'- M--.... IQ.. 13713 in ' ,....... 4..,. 0 0 A 2-'-Def--Z fu.. ' - - 7 IW' rf 5 1 A.4,,,.:h,' 'ai ..... zn."'-2 '-'M-...., f-Aff we f ' , 1 ,: . ,z . 2 .. ,iss-' 1- wr' V-', ' aa K....e.,., ..,. ff :auf .... If "H-..z "-M.V...11I:317::::::::::::::::::::::::::.t::::::::::::::::::::.'::.3Lt7.1521 ' ..L,,.fL,,L,,,Zf:m,::f.:?2 ...,. ,... The Young Women's Christian Association Not a cluh Not a creed Bui a coinradeship based on the clcinocracy of a connnon faith. OFFICERS OF LOCAL ASSOCIATION Pr1r.virlm1l . l'iz'e-l"r0.vir7m1l S0l'l'6fll1'.U Tref1.v1n'01' Helen Rysclorp Eclna Fairbanks Hazel King Veola Gifford CI'I.Xll'iMEN OF STANDING CO3lMl'1"1'EES Mfmnberslzip-Edna Fairbanks Social Servir'e-Be1'yl Sniclecor Bible Study-I,nc'y Marshall Associalion New-s-Mary Jeifries Couferezzce-Margnerite NVatkins Socialw-Mabel Mathias Reliyimzs JIM!ings-Margaret Scott Nixsimznry-Madelin VValke1' l"'imz111-rf-Maude Robinson .IIlI2ill'l'-Ylll16OClOl'il Quick House-Gladys Hansen General Secretcmry-Beulah I. Bowen ZZ? WW VWWW if 34 7,727 WAWW fy f Q., ffjy ,ffm X , gf UM WOWWW W6 ,' ' M1141 X 190 f' 'WMHM'HW"0'UWMMM'"''"''""''M''""'""'NWM'"''M''H""""""""""""""'-T ,,gZ"n' 3:37 '?mQ3! ff--.. z 7 "' .. .. -N....,f '--N. .zz .. 4 ' fr: V' 5 'Y f,.- g,,,.:. N., ,gr-41 ,,..:y,-M: 1 ..n,,,,,, 41,1-1-"1" 5, ,,,,, 4 , V, ,I . -f W 1 2 2' ' 1- l'm""- ' ' 7123-4' "l,f'fZ70,fWZ bffbdrv' ' ggx -'-4.5-.R ,N - -. - I ,-Me V Q , , .,... Z . 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In its attempt to secure a spirit of friendly good fellowship among the men through the nfeedsv and other social affairs, and in its effort to promote the physical well-being, to broaden the mental and spiritual outlook and to raise the ideals of its mem- ers 0 a 1i0'1er s an ar i las me wi 1 Crra i Vino' resu s. b t lgl tdd,tl ttlgtftg It The social gatherings have been numerous and hi0'hlv en'ovable. Chief among them are the Thanksgiving party with its memories of the pie-race, the menls banquet, attended by almost one hundred men, and the enthusiastic, 'fpep-full" meeting accompanying the installation of new officers. These meet- ings, with the social hours following the Sunday programs, have drawn the men together in tics of friendship that shall long endure. In other than social work the Association has not been idle. The lectures given under its auspices by Dr. Seerley have met the need of the men for help in their personal problems. Inspirational talks by faculty members have made the Sunday meetings a force in campus life. Addresses by such men as Prof. Ryder of the M. A. C., Prof. Henderson of Ann Arbor, Prof. I-Iarrop of Albion, Dr. Andrew Thomas Smith of the Thomas Normal Training School, and Fred B. Smith, one of Americais greatest Y. BI. C. A. workers, have been a part of the Associatioifs campaign for College betterment. The service rendered to new students through the publication of a Student's Hand-book and through the work of the Employment Bureau exemplifies its spirit of helpfulness. Its Bible Study groups, Sunday programs, and wide opportunities for committee or personal work have given its members growth through study and service. This year's membership list includes over two-thirds of the College men. The work of the Association has had the loyal support of both students and faculty. It is recognized that in the College life there is a large place which it alone is able to fill, a work which it alone can do. It will surely continue to be a strong uplifting force in the years to which it looks forward. 71 Vmfp 27 ,MQW Zzffwa f f 5, Zg,WQ,j'W0m,, ,MQZQQ ZZ 1Z?0,, M! rg W Wfwafw fff mf ff 122 Q',M'-.7 M-,122215527-TIIILT-315-21'IlTiT ---f I NW 'XNl'm .,.,.,. 1 , ---.,,m.h.N I I Aw1'..ff,," 1 .ff I-ff, ...sw ,',H,f.,,: 0 0 w 5 1 '--.. 'M-., I "': :Q :5:5:f:::r'q1-yA:'ffffip25w', L- V -C 1' nf . ff , 'Q ' ,zxjf 227.-,V N., 'K 'N F'-N .. ., 91.1112--.-ffm..,,.v4,:Wf,MZ-4:-.p,,, 5?':'Ef:f53Q4E5'Z??? safer rf ffa:g:2fv'Ju'ff , If 'n 1 f z 1' :ga "4bf'b-.,"- N ' ,N-4, v. w..,, 4'--- ' " " -'WfWvMM'.,-:QM , - 1-.4 4.1 ,ow ..... a.r:..uC ,... ra ..,z.g::f'4 1 1 1 Lfflfff 5"N..3X--.T.7:T:::L::::::::::::.''., " ' . ' ' ':::::::f:::::fZI'i.''lgXYZffii2Lp2fzm2ff,:?2111..iff.,141.52 Lffff:.f:.'f7?:.ff:.- ' " . ' 5 :.'f'.L ""' Y. M. C. A. CABINET , my . A- 123 LZQ ..,,,... 7!,,,- ....,.,.,...., 9 ,,... ................................... ..... . . T .........,... -.--- ,,.. ,.-:::.,..-...---.T xy ,'-- 5 v1,:Zgj:,,Z5,-f,,:Zf5 vrlv .I -c....,,li an 'V -, ...... .. 0 tx ' 4 ...,. 4 ' 0 . The Men's Union OFFICERS FOR YEAR 1915-1916 Prfnvirlmzf . George Mead Vice-Presidclzt Thomas Clayton Sea-rotary .Iohn Hartman Yll'0lISlll'0l' . . . Theodore Jefferson . '. . P ' " I'lIll'ILH,1f R0p1'ese11Ini11'r1.v . Bsxgle f'Ul'l'!'S110I1liillfj Secretary . C. P. Steimle HE organization known as the Bleifs Union was established early in Oc- tober, 19111, after several previous efforts to organize l1ad proved unsuc- cessful. Every man in the College was made eligible, and might become a member upon the payment of a nominal membership fee Following out the purposes for which it was organized the Union has exerted itself to bring the men into as intimate touch with each other and the needs of the College as possible. Last fall when the new students arrived, members ol' the Union were on hand to give the men a hearty welcome, and to help them in whatever way they could. Later several informal parties were given at the Gymnasium, but the big event for the Union this year was the staging of the annual banquet at the 111. E. church. Practically every man was in attendance, and with the help of a professional magician from Detroit, the occasion was, indeed, a wide- awake one. It was through the efforts of this organization that the high school Basket Ball tournament was brought to Ypsilanti this winter and the visiting teams were so well entertained. Steps are now being taken to acquaint the boys in high schools about the state with the advantages offered at the Normal, so that next year the male membership of the College will, no doubt, be materially increased. With this large attendance in view, the 1XIen's Union is looking forward to a very active year of 1916-1917. 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H! 1111112355: ---. WJ "'-...3 'H'--..,.,.. .... .. .... 1.1.1Iffflflffffffffffffffflfffffffflfflllllfl..,.f.....1..Q., ...,. -LQ.',,,fQh!h::::::i::.1fZL1,,,2..'...'.a:,ii.ffffi...fLfffffffIffffffl'fIffflf4f1"..j'"I The Oratorical Association HE activities of the Oratorical Association are carried forward by the Oratorical Board, consisting of nineteen representative students and Professor McKay of the faculty. The elective officers for 1915-1916 are Rufus R. Humphrey, degree, president for a second year, Harry D. Hubbard, '16, vice-president, Hewitt M. Smith, '16, secretary, Orlo J. Robinson, degree, treasurer, Philip D. Boyce, '16, state delegate, and George Lawson, '17, reporter. ' The annual Interpretative Reading contest held in April, 1915, was won by Veola E. Gifford, '15, who was awarded a ten dollar gold piece. The second place and a five dollar gold piece went to Isabel Loliie, '16. The honors of the second annual Junior Public Speaking contest held in June, were awarded to Harry D. Hubbard. Eva Ruth Arent received second place. The prizes given were fifteen dollars and ten dollars. During the last week of the spring term the second annual Awarding of College Honors was held in Normal Hall before a large audience of students and faculty, and with appropriate speeches and amid great enthusiasm, those who had engaged in intercollegiate contests were presented with gold medals. This year may readily be called the banner year in debating and oratory. A new woman's debating club, the VVodeso, was organized in November with Elma C. Moore, '16, as its first president. Accompanied by fifty-five rooters, the first Normal woman's team went to Albion College for a debate on the minimum wage for women question on January 1-Lth. Although defeated, they put up a worthy fight for honors. The men conducted a dual debate with Hillsdale College on December 10th on the question of legalizing boycotts, both sides winning on their opponents' platform by a divided decision. On February 18th occurred the second debate with Ferris Insti- tute, a dual contest in which the Normals distanced their opponents and received the unanimous decision of the judges in both places. A single debate witl1 Adrian College is to be held at Adrian, lNIay 12th, for which our team is industriously pre- paring, as the Aurora goes to press. In no year has so much really able material shown up in debate. It may be added that no little credit is due to Professors Elliott and Pearce for their efhcient work as critics of the Forum and VVebster clubs. Our representatives in regular oratory were Leo E. Duvall, '16, and Eva Ruth Arent, '16, who did commendable work in the state contest at Hillsdale, March 3rd, each received fifth place. In the contest of the Michigan Peace Oratorical Associa- tion held at Albion, March 17th, witl1 high-class competition, our orator, Harry D. Hubbard, '16, was awarded first place and a fifty dollar testimonial, and will enter the interstate contest held at the James Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois, on May Sth. A strong oration entitled, "Peace for YVar," combined with a brilliant delivery made his effort an event in the year's activities. This year we consider ourselves firmly established as a member of the Michigan Intercollegiate Prohibition Association. Strenuous preliminaries, in which ten contestants entered, resulted in the selection of Orlo J. Robinson to represent the College in the state prohibition contest to be entertained in Pease Auditorium, April 21st, He was awarded fifteen dollars in money. The interests and machinery making for platform effectiveness have never worked together more smoothly, nor has better spirit prevailed. 1Ve look backward with pride and forward with anticipation. Win? Zemfw, 211 Z 2324 mmm ,y fy al adv 420420, Q 7 f fl gZ 1 if W 1 f rw 2 ,aaa-,'fff ff , 1 126 '--1--..a .... ,.- 'jf .,,,, 2 ,,.., , ,,,,pV:5,,,?, ' If fzvfiqa ' ..,,,:j'q 5w:f:'c"a fa "" ,, ,440 -f 51- 1' QSM "m-.SM-MN, g 24"--lm-M'-M.... -"" ' ""' "M" ' "A' '"'f'f"??47i?4'Wffvifsf ff 142- . ,.v,:?42-"f, 'Q fifzfiyl,-','1 ' V ifiafw-M,..,f' ' "M-.3X-w1L'f1T:::::'::5::::Lt:::::L':::::Z2g::Z."..."'f"'TLfg.illfiii3,52fhm5ff.afZ,1-.Z1f.m,ii4Ziif:f'.''f4:.yf.'.'f:"'.'.5"'."L3x THE ORATORICAL BOARD 127 C- --.-...... 7.- ..........,..... - .... -.-.- ..... - ......,..., - ..,.,...... ,.,,,,,,. , M, - Ex 4, ifflfl. 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Yet ever is he held back from their realization by a principle that through the centuries has made man exalt personal pre- rogative above the general welfare. 9' 5' That principle op- poses reform, oppresses the poor, sullies our politics, and tyrannizes over labor. Yes, we Americans illustrate it, for it pervades our social life, our industry, our politics, and the question everywhere crying out for answer is, "Whz1t are we going to do about it?'i In our social life there is a spirit of each one jealously guarding what he has and reaching out for more. The new social age in which we live has accentuated competition in every field and intensified the age-long struggle of man. it it Vile covet for the race purity, strength, happiness. Yet we harbor the veritable enemy of our prosperity. Year after year the voter is given a chance to free his community of this organized evil and year after year he disregards the most solemn truth of human society: "No man liveth unto himself alonej' and casts his vote to keep it in his midst. Thus he silently balances personal interests against an ideal. And thus he illustrates the principle that runs through the warp and woof of our social life, a principle that seals his lips, blinds his eyes, and deafens his ears to what is right. Do you ask what that principle is? None other than selfishness-human selfishness. Industry is another battle ground for the war of selfishness. XVhy is it that we have a labor question at all? For the reason that the laborer and the employer are not intimate associates as they were in the past. it 'Y' it lndividualism, rampant in its selfishness, still pervades great organizations operating on a scale and with a control over the many business. Business political "machine" encouraged by our making and gained hopelessly, for the the uplands where where we can look unprecedented in history. How about the field of government? Consider the relations existing between politics and men have allowed themselves to think that they must be allied with the for self-defense. They have gone so far as to say that this alliance is political system. "Big Business" has crept into the by-ways of our law protection within the walls of state and federal capitals. it if But not people and the politicians are going to climb the slow road together to the air is fresher, where the whole talk of mere politicians is stilled, into each other's faces and know there is nothing to conceal. Today, as centuries ago, man still labors for personal interest. But always before him are ideals brightening the darkest day with hope. Selfishness arrayed against them seems at times to defy their realization. Undaunted, steadfast, man struggles on toward the goal. For to him has come a vision-a vision of what is best for him, best for his country, best for pos- terity. Ladies and gentlemen, we stand today in the presence of a revolution, a revolution in which we Americans shall gain in practice the ideals we have always professed, a revolution that shall cut down the barbed-wire entanglements of dissolute politics, storm the Dardanelles of social injustice, scale the Alps of industrial greed, a revolution that shall leave in its wake a better America, a nobler American. Citizens of the United States, with determination deep graven on our hearts, we must go forth to play our part intelligently, courageously, devotedly, to square practice with preach- ing and performance with promise, to push back, back the hordes of selfishness until victory crests our banner and the day is ours. VVith the first great American whose ideals were woven into the splendid realities of our nation, "let us have faith that right makes might, and in that faith let us to the end dare to do our duty as we understand it." WWW 4 f fi fre! Wwfrwh 62234 5444 MM, my ff 47 MW U4 whim, y ang? HW ,Wf fy 42 ff ,nf if 130 i i..5,,,s:2Z'f'i2fj,yf' my - 211-,P 1, , -.N ,.,, - f H .,,, ,, 5 'J An extract from the oration given at Hillsdale by Leo DuVall Labor's Hope HIS is a day when the agitator demands a thousand reforms. VVhen his call becomes irresistible, men pause, first to think, then to feel, and ultimately to act. Yet how labored is society's advance! Politics are still infected with evil practices. Religious ideals are still seen, as through a glass darkly. Men still live in wrong social relations. 9' 9' 99 Vlhy has the church constantly striven to bring about a spirit of brotherhood between men and to spread a wholesome influence over the earth, and yet, in the light of world conditions, met with so little response? Why have social organizations, coming into closest touch with men and demonstrating the power of organiza- tion, not penetrated to the heart of society9s need? Why has education, cultivating the power of reasoning and the passion of sympathy, not revealed the way to social contentment? VVhy has the press, extending its influence to the very borders of civilization, not brought home to man's consciousness the funda- mental weakncss of our industrial struggle? Yes, all these agencies of reform have led mankind up into eniightenment, but they have not thrown into full focus the central cause of today's evils. Why are these agencies ineffective? Because they have never recognized the fact that reforms for the laborer must come through the medium of his everyday life. 9' 9F It is at his labor that the needs, opportunities, hopes, and purposes as expressed in his plain work- a-day activities make manifest the real man. 9' 99 9' Consequently the common man's problem cannot be worked out directly by the church, the social organization, the school, or the press, but must come through the establishment of equitable relations between the great laboring masses and the potent employing classes. Existing relations between labor and capital make clear the need of reform. On the one hand are the labor unions with the strike and the boycott as weapons, on the other, the employers' associations with the black-list, spies, private detectives, and strike breakers as instruments to their ends. 9' Here is the obstacle to reform. The two great economic forces of the land are grappling in endless struggle and neutralizing the value of both to society. Wha.t is the remedy? Two years ago a great captain of industry had a vision of these powerful organizations uniting their forces in the interests of both. In their common ranks shoulder to shoulder he saw employer and employee. He put that vision into practice and we know him today as Henry Ford, the champion of the laboring man. 96 9? 9' This suggests the solution of today's greatest problem. The employers' associations must take the first step. They must give to the workman a wage sufficient for him to live in decency, must teach him how to use it, and shorten his hours that he may build up a model home life. The labor unions must respond by encouraging the laborer to co-operate with the employers in the perfecting of these purposes. As we turn to the future, magnificent with possibilities, we see these two great classes uniting to fight their common enemies-bitterness, greed, and selfishness. The workman hastens to his home at the close of day to greet the happy wife and revel in the companion- ship of his children. The employer returns to his home after a day's supervision of the work he and his men have accomplished. He contrasts with satisfaction the bitter antagonism of thel old days with the spirit of genuine interest and co-operation which now everywhere prevai s. ' How shall labor's hope be realized? Capital must learn that the laborer is worthy of his hire. Labor must found its future on the rock of concord and good will. We, as American citizens, can unite in a mighty and constructive protest, intelligent and sympathetic, that shall mould a public Opinion in the home, in society, in the church, at the polls, everywhere, and always, sounding its slogan of co-operation. Under the sway of wise legislation backed by public spirit these forces shall join hands and in the words of the bard, "Those opposed reyes, lVlz'if,-ll like the meteors of a troublefl Ilearon, All of one zmture. of one sulzstnnce bred, That did lately moe! in the infesline shock, Slzall now in mutual 1r'ell-beseonzizlg ranks, Illnrclz all one ll'l1.1j.ll Then shall the barriers of distrust be swept aside and in a new land and the light of a new day shall shine the sun of labor's hope. fg QW f 2 We 49, 4 44, 'fa V 7 If o ee fa f 1 'eww za, r aM X f Y ---- -- - - -- ---- V - --- ---- ---'M-fbi:-2:21 --'- 1---ff-'-f----'ww--'f '- - ----- -fe-Y Y V , in J-Mazza............4......,,,.,,.,,,,,,M.Z,:,,,,A lfll Q fillfliliif'''QlfflIIfifffiffffffIfIffff.'ffL'ffZI1'.'ff.Tff.'.'ff.2'L'f ,.... .... , .., ,, ' .,, ' .. ' 'IIY '-Qu:Th'vf"' -' !r""D7.g R- ff ,ee -a . 1 -.M 5. ff ,M ---- - ,a1.:f...,'vW " 2-me! :ff-1, .. Ulf, fm-1:01-7-ff : M91 jf-4 . "4 ff , --A--, . fi 2131122101 ""' ' """"" ' """""' : :::::: """""""""" 5 :::::::.::::iif'Tllififffii'flLL.,L1Z1Qi,LZ.IQ2fmL'I ..,,. 'c""'-W' 3 An extract from the oration given at Ypsilanti by Orlo J. Robinson Construction Versus Destruction Ilfli is a serious business for any living species. It always has been and always will be. It is serious for the species as a V ' whole, and for each component individual. Every living species has '5 ' 3. behind it a life history, and ahead of it the problem of perpetuating V' . f itself upon earth. This is the meaning of "the struggle for exist- ,K - ence,"-not a struggle of individual against individual, but a racial ' -'I struggle, wherein each normal individual contributes his mite in the " . ' ,915 in larger interest of the racial whole. This is true of all the lower ' . " ' species: it is equally true of man. gf ' 1 ulq: , ,,f,fl?Q.,5g,,, Of all the members of the luunan species, we of the United States are specially favored, favored by our traditions of the past, and 'it' ig -", by our ideals for the future. The race as a whole needs today our I' example and service in its great., interesting, and all-absorbing strug- gle for continued, immortal existence upon earth. if i' W Before " "t'f-rs -'t' we can prove efficient either as leaders or as comrades in arms with- greed and alcohol,-gree out neighbors, we have on hand a very present struggle with our- selves. Our greatest contestants in this struggle are ignorance. d, which emanates from ignorance and thrives upon it, and alcohol, which thrives upon both. at 'f' it I need not portray the evils that follow in the train of alcohol. if' On the battle-- fields of Europe, where greater endurance and efficiency are today required than were ever manifested in the peaceful pursuits of industry, military and medical authorities agree that alcohol is the greatest single enemy of individual and national welfare. it it it Against the dawning of our ideal tomorrow, the American saloon rears its frowning aspect as a foe that must be wrestled with, an issue that must he met. One answer only can we give to its challenge. IVe must banish it from our land, banish it, not only for our own sake, as a nation, but for the sake of the universal human family. it it In the successful and permanent achievement of this object, three movements must con- stitute the main factors. NVe must have a national prohibitory amendment, we must have universal sudrageg and we must develop a type of education consciously directed to the reach- ing of our national ideal. it if if Local option in various units, and even statefwide prohibition, though valuable and use- ful, have .not proved adequate. Experience shows that we must have nation-wide prohibition, registered in the form of a constitutional amendment. To this end, the strong manhood of the country nmst give its strength. its courage and its unflagging interest. In addition to a constitutional amendment, we must have universal suffrage. it if ii' I hold that woman has at least an equal racial and national interest with man, and equal capacity for deciding the great questions that affect the life and progress of the race and nation. The male voters do not truly represent the most vital interests of the day, and therefore I demand universal suffrage as a means of eliminating the saloon with the full consent of the governed. it it it Besides universal suffrage, we need a new type of education that will embody clearer and more compelling ideals of national and racial life. Ignorance is the condition by which the saloon rules and holds its sway. We nmst educate both the man and woman, and prepare them for a high sense of responsibility, to fight with a ballot, until we finally triumph. 'i tt The dawn of such an era is surely approaching. Present reforms are shedding forth their light upon the future and ushering in a better and brighter day. From its zenith the sun of progress shall send down its beams upon a nation of happy homes where fathers. mothers, and children shall be bound by the ties of love, health, and justice, where all mankind shall be united by the bonds of brotherhood. The stars above shall witness their glory reflected in the stars of our national banner, and those sacred stars and stripes, the emblem of a truer liberty and a nobler justice, shall ever float above a people of mighty achievement. whose lofty ideals have demanded as the price of its progress the banishment of the saloon. IWWM nf Z, 44944 Wm, 429 fffcfffff QM in fy, X f 94 MW Wlwffffw fn 43 ,W ffffff I 34 132 C 5ll1l1ll?-7-ff--3537333lTfff35ffffffffl'-171If ---- -----------t------------ 60? 42243322 .. s. ..,A ' 0 0 1 -sro., 5: ,EI Y - - .a 315155, .... ..,. ,fA,,.:gg,,,yf5Q4-,,,,yf,fpffff I Ep. eff , . ..,. k,S1ZfL..! inf! 'NJ'tN-lZZT:iT.:ZT::::::2':::::::::::::::':::::::::::::':ffL1'11Z',.."t"''fQ,L1liLf.ZIpZmm:.:fZL .,.. """ '.4 ""A"""""" 3 :i.'A'M':'.J An extract from the oration given at Albion by Harry D. Hubbard Peace for W ar TltL'GGl.E is essential to life and progress. it True of animals, it is equally true of man. ti 9' History makes clear that only by contlict have modern nations attained their places in the world. NVhen a nation ceases to expend energy in virile struggle, 1'eal struggle, it inevitably loses its courage, its zest for life, and has already entered upon the downward road to extinc- tion. So vividly has this been illustrated and so successfully has war served as a medium for liberating national energy, that this program has impressed the idea that only through the cultivation of the iron spirit, the fighting, masterful virtues, can a nation in- sure its future. it it it True, war has advanced civilization. "' if It has supplied the element of struggle for the centuries of the past. XVhy not con- tinue it in the future? Because the inhuman crueities of modern warfare have aroused the general disapproval even of belligerent nations. Obsessed with the idea of domination, men devise new implements of devastation, demanding a complete alteration of the tactics of war, and tripling the sorrow and miseries of the unfortunate. From the blood- soaked fields of Alsace to the barren plains of Siberia, from the surging waters of the Dar- danelles to the ruins of Belgium, echo the distressful lamentations of the victims of this reign of terror. Never before has the world been forced to witness a scene so enveloped in hor- rors and so steeped in the repulsions that have persisted from a bygone age. if 't 9' Does not the world today face the demand for a new force to take the place of war? A force that involves all its competition, strife, labor, and domination, yet which eliminates its brutalities, one which will insure the maintenance of a vigorous, hardy and enduring race. The fault of the peace advocates thus far, and a principal reason for their failure hitherto, is because their ideal of peace lacks the elements of war. They anticipate a quiet, peaceful country, glowing with prosperity, with nothing to molest the even flow of sluggish content. But if peace is to take the place of war it must not he to realize this Utopian condition. Its purpose must still be struggle. at it it The most successful nation in the world today must accept for its watch word, freedom, yes, liberty, yes, but above all, discipline. The American must accept the doctrine that man lives for society and not society for man, he must subordinate his own interests to the interests of the whole. it 'f' tt The first problem confronting the peace advocates is that of readjust- ing the Americans concept of liberty, of establishing the idea that man must live for others and not for himself alone, that he is a part, a necessary part, but only a part of a broad compre- hensive system which has for its slogan, co-operation and unity. If the strenuous life which war supplies is to be continued in the future, then man must be given such work to per- form as will develop the manliness and courage so strongly advocated as the true valine of war. V' 4' 4' If you call this Utopian, if you still insist that without War-swept helds and mine- spread seas, national and racial integrity cannot be maintained, I point you to Colonel Goethals in his war upon the slides of Panama, to Pasteur, who marshalled an army of physicians against the deadly microbeg I point to Franklin, Marconi and Edison who har- nessed the thunderbolts of Zeus, I point to the doughty Hollanders who, centuries ago, drove back the sea and from their sturdy breastworks repel with eternal vigilance the threatening of the stormy deep, I point to the humble pioneers of our own land who, with axe and pick and plow, subdued the forest, the mountains, and prairies and forced from them a tribute of wealth and happiness. The great need of today is that man shall be trained to know his real enemies and, knowing them, to make his struggle a disciplined, scientific, aspiring, and invincible contest for supremacy over a primeval nature and a primeval society. it it " This new period of enlightenment with its new vision of conquest will dawn upon a country full of life and vigor. 4' 'ii A new type of warrior will then be developed, the tvpe which Paul foresaw, Paul the Apostle, who himself fought the good fight, before him buckled the breastplate of righteousness. On his head the helmet of salvation, in his hand the sword of the spirit, his fight "is not against Hesh and blood, but against the principalities. against the powers, against the rulers of world darkness, against the hosts of wickedness in high places." Glowing with the spirit of accoinplishment, he will endow society with that richness of nature, that puritv of manner, that loyaltv and wisdom which can only be possessed bv those who have reiected the follies of war and have turned their energy to higher and more helpful struggles, struggles that uplift and not destroy, struggles that are constructive and not destructive. .Xud when that day shall come. strong with the strength of a nobler courage. .Xmerica shall demonstrate to thc world the value of peace for war W WM - We new Worm awe W Kwik fzwfm, V if 2 Za'b4"'fZ:f"'ffq Lg? ffmf?"m, Z 5 WAi17m.,::f::f-,f,"'fmm, MWMZfd4b1ff ff W! W,f,.M,Z"A'w-vf,, ,JZMQQMK Mg? 133 q?L11L111.7 ,j::.,: .... :,:::.:.:::::::::::,::.,.:::.:1'::::7....,....-..--.-::l..,-..-.1 .5 ,.,., K, mg: ...f ? N----.J x,N:..,,, UIIA . I .1A4 ,,,,.... 4 fy - f H .,., ,, , f .miw Q O D OV 10 0 Q ' w D 1 1 . It 0 D o , J X 1 M? D ELMA Momma 9,4 Hcfrsey X President. 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'l'reusurer Fall Terin, President Winter, Spring Terms, Hillsdale, Ferris, Adrian Debntes i i HARLEY Z. VVOODEN Hunoifer, Mich. pring Term J. ROBERT SCHIXDLER Frli1'Hrr1'er1,Miz'h. 'frezisurer Winter 'l'erm. Lincoln-VVodeso Debate 1 1 ,X-, 1 4 : " N N N ek 12,1 .Lf .J il" I 1 i i I 5 ' f lf f .QW i l is,4,,-f ,,,, ,.,4. A i ,f f Y 1 Q i X Q V xi -f. 136 Q:'5lI11?F11'ffffflf.'"I'IffffIIIf'ff ct . Rx F LT:::f:fff ,J 2 2 ,PAQ .. ,..., , 5t.:T::,,umm3 QM3 IUAIAIA .A,.. ..,.. . , 232521, ,.j ff 21555.-M--u-..--i 'MJ "'--I--.1171.7:::::.::::::::::::::::3::::::::::::::::::::.'::if""ff.7.?..LQ.jjj.L12.13Zgg,2fam21:32 ..,,. ' "" - 2f3:.".'i'..""':f Q Q D . l G 1 0 Q I , 5 . l i HARRY D. HUBBARD I 5 Ypsilanti i . fr- Secretary Fall Term, W I E .1125 Peace Orator in State. , it f l, .I I ' , Inter-State, and National I f. .wuts E 5 Contests gg ! ' , 5 I 5' l gf 1 ' ' l U- I .V S FRANK J. DRIESENS l ' G7'U,7'l.d Rapids y fi' 5 Secretary Winter Term E ' I 1 l I , A, . GEORGE W. FRASIER 5 A , I I g .gifspfx Illarlette ' 2 1 7. Ferris Debate 5 g , .. 1 ,A,, 1 ,W ,,' , I J. LRONARD JUHL lllrzrletfe V S E I l . i l . I ' i 5 CLARENCE J. REID . Wayne l 1 V- - jj, Vice-Presiclent Winter 1 ' 'l'erm, Secretziry Spring ' VAIV I' 1 , .x Term 55552 ' MYRON HANCOCK "' ' l Mason, V W ' Tl'6?lSl11'61' Spring Term j I H. BLAIR DUVALL I A IlICBlli'?1 W g'e-llnnasfer Vtlinter and f ,,,, g prlng "erms l 111.15 . 1 A 1 , Q ? J oRLo J. ROBINSON 1 g 1471121710 5 17- 'ff l'1'ol1ibition Orator in Q ' ' l ' State Contest 1 3 - l 1 1 I R. RDCHE MCCLEAR -A---1 N 1 U'l:itmore Luke I Reporter Winter Term . 1, : Q lf' p N3 I xxx x fl . NX, f' 5 Xt 4 A f',.'J V . A. i --- W -V V---.1 L-,ffl xx. K Xgxxx J X Wm 1 1 6 Eidam ,Waxing W 0ff,,,,:4-Q:-rififm-f,,,A, ,ffQ4f49W Q, 54W ' "'- fffff47fM,,. 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PLOEGER A"'-'vw'-----'A C'np11c Q N ZA 1 , Wlml ,AMQ 2? 133 '::1121"'-:.::::::::::::::::::::::::z:,:::gg.......- ..-rl -.-.U ----A fx:-1:1 rn ':.-- 35 ff ' ' 2 fm-W. Q X ey wk-.,.., T'--:7:N,s,.,.N ., ..,.. ..4:gp..::, ,,f - 'z,sf,f7 '25 2 Q--T"'--W.-. 'N' "" ' "M" ' ' "'L"'ff'1'ffH1fW1!2 41165, 7 ff .'f1,Js4Es5i,f ..,,, CZ.7,f,z771gf-Zvi!!-Jw Y-l-...Z...1 Qiiffifiiv ,'..W.,.f 44 N----,...,:::::::::::::.7::::::::::L::.7:::::::t::...1L'ZZ.1..gN .... jf,.1i,LZmfm5f5aE2: ,,.. X..-" D V ' ' o .J O 0 U 0 .. I THEODORE R. -V ,i.. :: V ATCHESON Tecumseh M' f 255515 T -' I Zggzxg ' ' I f ' ff- NORMAN E. Bolmmusox Suffm1'sBuy 4' 1 Vice-I'1'esident Winter .Ti Term l I MARTIN HEUSSNER , Jlarletfe V 7 . 1 'if' ' SAMUEL S. STARR I Yps i In 11 fi f ""' 1 Vice-Presifleut Fall TBI'll'l ' 2gQ? .s?2i SHAKLOT MACDONALD 5 'UW " "fi Deckerlfille YQ. ,f 4?- zl' GEOKG E S H A W Lgyi 111111 fi V i 15 LYLE cmxuc I Stockbridge I ' PERCIVAL S. DAY N Al ' l' if ' Ypsilrmfi X . 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Adrian. -1 Debate, President Spring Kg 1 'l'e1'n1 H Ii fri, Ei, ' ENRIQUE BEEMAN Boyne City 1 Inter-Club Tryout for I Ferris Debate, Vice- Presiclent Spring Term ' HEVVITT SMITH Lc1ingsl1'urg 'x 'l'rezLsu1'er Spring Term, All School Contest for l Ferris Debate 3 4 i PHILIP BQYCE i 2 l Ypsilanti 1 i ltresideut Fall Term, Hillsdale Debate, Ferris I Debate N JOHN ROY . A Applegate Secretary XVinter Term Q p L I E X V .WW Wh WWW? fzf W MQW QW W f 2, 1440 K-1 -"- W- ""' f-f-A "---'-,'-- - '-"f-'4f---ff--4-- ----4---N---------------------.-...-.---..+ '-H g C ::1-ff'-'ygqaxffgizf gg, ,fm '-.,,:-.:3,.::5 9,1-wg. Xf,,.gggy.t.l ,.,,.. ..., 1 Y W ,,,. , ...... .xggrzf ,. ,.....,, J w.f1,,f.f N-m..M,.f E-of '--w--.....- ........ ..g:L:::::::::::::::::L11::.LLL.L,.W,,..g.Q,..L..,mw51g:?2 ,..,, .... 6f.:1Zf4ZMgg:::::::::. 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SEINEN I ' l Z eelfm d 2.14" 1 i Representative on ' yt" l i Oratorical Board, 6 Hillsdale E EDMUND BREMER Detroit H- X X , l l p Q xXx I l J A 7 , ' R ,f,Ni R , ' I X xx-Rxkx, ,J W ,,,,.fJ WW Vffq WW, fm fffwifwi, ,wffff 141 "'111111, "'A '5:122J:3::::::::::::::::::::::::1?::.7::7:::: .,..,,,. -,,,,,, ,,,,, -,,,,,-,-,mt-1 ,M , , ,f f X ew., 5 , ,zz mn.----1: '-..,,Y "f.,,5gf,4 5 3 ,..A g X 23:-X, Y - - ILM-2 933-'5"'i --ff'- "-, 5 Laonian Drama Society HE Laonian Drama Society was organized in 1913 under the patronage of Professor Abigail Pearce. The purpose of the society is primarily the study of inoclern clramatic literature. During the year of 1915-1916 particu- lar attention has been paicl to Irish plays, especially the works of J. M. Synge and Lady Gregory. The society has also worked out the dramatization of some short stories, and cxpects to write an original one-act play. Eva A. Arent Mary Jeifries Isabel Lokie Gertrude Butterfield Dorothy Christian Ethel Biehu Kline Duless Dalice Barhei Inna Limheitson Grace Brown . 2 . . K' MEMBERS Viola Giflord Theressa Kile Flora Bennetts Dorothy Cross Tillie Nichols Helen Rysdorp Selina Swanson Grace Young Josephine Iiafontaine Alys Dufresne I WWW Vfwfwg 55022 ?Z?Z5, wmfw , ?2 ZZ"w, f f4m"f'ffgg:fg53, 71, ffl ff gwvf f IM 45 ,,Z,,mZW, jf ff ,f W fig wmfwfwffw ,,,.,,.,W,,,.,,.,,,,,.w,.,,,,,,w,,,,,,, .,,.,, , HW ,,,,. ,,. .,,,,.,,, ., ,.,,., , , ,.,, , ..,,...,,....,...,.,,,,..,,,.,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,m,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,m,,A 142 I .-A -S Q, ::::::1TLTI:.T:::::g:,:-------.. 2 -""""""-N-44..N.M-..,, -N I A ,MS , , ,,,,:. nw! QW' ',.Lr xx' H, ' mf zaf::y,:V-qw., M 'A-., M Y ' ' we gh -wwf ff, 5,8 5 5 4 0 -, fan, ,H ,,..W,f M- .,., ...J r-I-an 7 " 'M M., , ,,. ,b .,,N:.,,,.Nu-Mn i ,f V 53 ,E ali, Y Mg,"-, ic N' mu- -.-- I "4 .M ....,..... fififfffy -- A441 6275+ . ..,,. , , ...,. ...... f, ,lf L nf' -' rf 5 1. xii? 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F' "',' ' ,fu .. - gg gf: ' ff :bf ' 1 Y QE f .,.x if' an .F 'egg ,gf a,:.,f' I 54,1 LAONIAN DR AMA SOCIETY Y 5f'5bZQM Zz' apjqfmhl If V . ,fffpgzwwi , ,,l...L.,,,.,,.,,:af:xz:::4zz:49fW7fffffjM ffm ,,.,,,.MN...V.xL26xc':mcm14mfm. ,,W0 fg 4 . ,f b ...,. -f-W...,,:,z'z'::z::Z7f 1 13 " "" ' ' ' ' 'M """" """""""' 'W' W ff'2.'rL T, twfi -f-A 0 0 ,, "A' " ' me ' ,. The Minerva Literary Society HE year of 1915-1916 has been of exceptional interest in the Minerva Literary Society. VVith the help of Miss Downing, Miss Collins, and Miss Gardner, we have taken up the study of prominent living writers and their works, and some of the important and interesting problems of today together with the leaders. This study' has proved to be not only extremely interesting, but very instructive. Miss Estelle l STUD rzfsirlzfiil , ive-l"1'esiflel1I 71'0fl.YlH'0l' . N f'z'r1'ta1'y CRITICS Downing Miss Emelyn Gardner FAFULTY MEMBER Miss Vida Collins E N T ALTERNATE CRITIC Theodora Quick OFFICERS Harriett Gies Theah Dilts Velda Bogert Marion Davis ACTIVE MEMBERS I-larriett Gies Theah Dilts Marion Davis Velda Bogert Grace Crissnian Delia Gardner Aura Tabor Grace Snyder Vivian Bilhimer Iva Bilhiiner Jennie Eldridge Florence Eldridge Bernice Steed Hazel Jackson Alice Harrison Edith Haviland Hattie Williams Irma Benliard Theodora Quick Edith Sedelbauer Marguerite Erwin -1 1 1 PL 13 D G 11. 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Erickson ACTIVE MEMBERS Hazel Beaclle Blanc-he M. Bird Beatrice Carr PC1'L'lVill S. Day Helen GilTord George Hurst James L. Kassner Helen Launstein Elma C. Moore Ola B. Peck Ralph Roukf? lll2ll.I1'lCC Sowerby liitllllil E. Hopkins Arthur Hettler Gladys Hansen Andrew Skye Alice F. lVarner Henrietta L. XVolff Grace C. Kruse Marie V'eng WWWAW w Kg fiyw, mm, fr m If fffff f 44 ff! mm mv 7 W ff ff 4 4 ,f MZ 4 ,,,,,w,,,,,,,,,,m,, fm11-H:-.uw11wwe4w,,W....,,,fMaw,ff:,QJM,1,,M1nw,,mfm,,a1-wiewgyfque1-,,11,.f,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,z-,,,,ws:.:..,,....,.,...,.w,.,.f..f.,..LZLZ...,......,..f,.W...4u-J11M,Z' 7C',M',7J.C, 150 ,W ,.... ,- ..,....,....,............,.,....,... ::::::Lv::::.:t:::::g:':::::::::::::::::::"MWH -"'-- -'---W-nf-U---------M 'N-' ,, 'f.V ------ --f----A-.-.--A -.. , f-'.. . .,.f.,., .,.. ,. 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L. 6!K- -gil di? 53 RAFTS CLUB M Z e 1 - 'f fq LYZQE f:?i.QQ-'51 fi - HE desire to create a stronger class spirit and a closer fraternal rela- tionship among the specializing students of the Manual Training Depart- ment suggested and promoted the organization of the Craftsman Club in the winter of 1912. It was hoped that the club would afford its members an opportunity to study the actual industrial requirements as related to the schools, and to gain a broader knowledge of the field of education. VVith this in view reports have been given relating to the history and development of the different branches of manual training. The social side, while not especially emphasized, is encouraged and accepted as an important factor in all educa- tional work. Practical in its purpose, broad in its aim, with efliciency as its watchword, the club faces the future confident of a widening Held of usefulness. f'Z 429 Wfffffirw 0 ff! fwfff iff W7 WW'f55'fw""'10 f 1 f 54 MW faffffw , yfff ,vwfffffw ng fy fi 11,1 f gf 1.32 gf ,..... ,fn f---.--f--f i ff-f---f- i --.f-f,-.f--ff.---fff--- , f.f-f- --,.-W------N--..W....m..N-.-..,-M4.....- N: 1 an ,,AMny.f'-V, -f., '. I 4 . f. 1 - 1 ,. ..,. , -... . ..,, .,.. I 3,3..,5,e,,-,L,-'MQ' 76 Afflwfz M, ,. .,..A, ,..... ,.,W-,,.-,far , W, , 1, -:jf 1215- :gs 2:2325 5 fa? 014441 j i The Craftsman Club ACTIVE MEMBERS G. Vernice Gicldings Marion Milliken Laura Birdsall Glenn Hannan Leo Clark Lou Faxon Zelma Doyle Ella Kunze Eva Martin Helen Van De Carr Roverta Hickman Marcia Dunlap Marion Blight Grace Durham Russel Reader Lester Robbins Jewell Campbell Muriel Grover Erwin Saunders Harold Hodge Erma Orschal Elaine Dickinson Luc-ile Newton Ada Buck Catherine Beck Pauline Lange Dorothy Palmer Laura Peek Adelaide Cole Irene Clement Mary Bury Eva VViCkman Sara Chambers Albert Case iWillia1n Goodell A. J. Hammond Mary Osgerhy HON ORARY MEMBERS Alice I. Boardman Mary E. Hatton Alvin Youngqnist Sarah VanDoren MMM fi 734 ,iz 1 16 W-W,ree M455 .... 'W' V YYYY Y- V-V---- .. ,..,,.,,,.,,,...,.,,w,,,,,,.4 153 Q fn .,,,,. 7 ,.,.,,,,.,.....,......,....... , ........,............,..............................., , ,... ..,,...,..,.... , . .,.. ..,,....., . ,........-- .Mitzi f 2 1 I , 1:y.:.z4,.,,fwc ..,,.., '--., ' 1 .... .,,, ' ...A., . , """" Senior Public School Music Girls PATRONESSES Miss Clyde E. Foster Prexirlenl . Vif'e-Prffxirlwll . 500174111fllf-Tl'0lIS'llPFI' Zilplm Pearsall Gertrude Jones Neva Greene Maylwelle Heying Rosena Schaner OFFICERS MEMBERS Lillian Ashby Miss: Cora Vanflewater H. Margaret Scott Gertrude Jones Rosenu SChZlI1Gl' Julia Beal Florence Flynn Florence Earnley Ruth Cook H. Margaret Scott WW fygi dfyif www My y 0 wifi ffhfwq 4 r pf X gg? WZWWM fl f41f'9 diy if' W0"WM7Wf, 1 1 f j 24 W, ,ff MQWWW nf fa ,,,,,,,,,:-,fm fl f ff X ff 1544 "'Z1121::"""'37:51::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::17:::::,.h ..,.,... ..,W...-.-.-4::::::z. ' :... .A ,.,- ., I I .,,..... 1 D 2 EM: 1 ikflx H "'-. K 'H-. -f2f:ef7.,,9vf9 Hdfw: :z-:rg :ffm :-. 4? 114 j 5 '- . 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WCWMIWQZ nafmff 0 .. ,, ,, , 1, .f . ,,f,,, mlb.. ,, .. 1 1 ..,, ,,,.. , .. ,,,....,,..,.,....., , ......,.,.,............. g...:.L.iff ..,, 1.1-sffu...f,m:,:4 fyv, f ' 2. ..,,.... . .,... r' - ..... :itil ..,.,. f "wwf '4 -4.. ,,,,.,,..Y...V....,....,,..........................,.,......,.,,,,.,.....,.. .,,,..,,,..,..,,,.... ...,,.,...., 1 1 . i!llX1I:Ji,3,, ,,.,., 1 ..,,,. Alun, ,,,.... I ..,., zz .....,...,....,,,A.,.,,.., ,,.,.,,,.....,i, ....f Art Club HE Normal Art Club was 0l'O'?l.lllZCfl on an honorarv basis in 1915. This D .. plan has been continued during the present year with the view of raising the standard of scholarship in the Art Department. It has been the aim of the Club to make it a permanent organization of the institution: one which will promote the interests of the Normal College, and especially those of Art in the wiclest sense. The social activities of the Club have been for the purpose of creating eo- operation and fellowship among the members. It is the sincere hope of the Art Club of 1916 that those of future years will not only continue the work already started, but will raise it to a much higher plane of activity. TVQ bequeath to them what little we have done with O L' P-: ,. '1 ,.,. vs ... r-I 0 Ik -of O ': f-P .-1 .. 0 H. '-: CD I" .. Q 'U 0 an PATRONESSES Miss Bertha Goodisou Miss Lida Clark HONORARY MEMBERS Miss Elinor Strafer Miss Edith Chi1ClS Miss Mary Hatton Miss Lota Garner Miss Sarah VanDoren OFFICERS President . . . Vice-Presiclerzl . Secreim'-y and Tl'ec1su:'e:' MEMBERS Eva 'Wickman Fae Wilcox Luella XV ebb Lillie Solmonson Golcla Connell Mary Steel: Margaret Scott Lottie Rhora Russell Paisley Rose-na Schaner sammy' :v X Ixxif S 'mess as S lib . X is is is Cl :MX :rss "' : was 'svkx tsssrxx ESESX-,X gsssyx scmws NNW, 1 1916 .N :S :X 23 EE :X is is :Q Aww X x X Z7 W , M W Dorothy Christian Florence Myers Russell Paisley Adelaide Cole Julia Beal Florence Earnley Eva Martin Florence Myers Dorothy Christian Olive Taylor Avis McJury Sara Chambers Zilpha Pearsall Mwlw A V '4 m,,m,,0f,, I f If H, ff .,..,. .,..,............,....,...... ...,..........,....,.. ....-,....,......,.....-......,............. . ,,,,, , ,..... . ,... - ........... ,. ,.,...,,....,. ,...,.......... ...,..........,.....,,..,,.....,.,......,.,.., N , . .........,,. ,.., ...., M . ...-.......... ' :"'2'2"::::7-.ml 57-.M ,MM-m.,.,,gg5z2 WW---1-A-.,, if .-'-' I ..,.. G 0 , ,,..f 1' "'Q- ' gf ,: .-:,-wwf: vw. an 2. ,A 1.1, , ff' '- z M. ,-... Y 3- 41 - - ,gg 4, zlawffy 3' I 4 "ff X : 4 :E hi 25?--.' 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Burns George VV. Ingersoll George Lee Gnndry Daniel R. Herkinler Ethan B. Cuclney Leain Ledwiclge Verne H. VVyble Helen Voorheis Elmal' M. Shuxnar Orlo Robinson Orin MeMullan v my Z 'fo ' M14 f 4 Vfmma 241 42 4444, WWW 44' "'fy5:ff"g, fy M M yfff ff fg 5L,,,m-,,0v,,, 1 1 ,f gf 160 1 7f,, ..... ,..,.. ............., . . ...,...,,.....,... -- ..,.. ,..-..N..-.-.....,.......'..Z4L....g:.g:4.1Zl 'K ev.. if '-"12f1ief"5y.?!W'155:22-,NN' ,... f 7 X E -. .,.,., 2 jg-...mu ....., 1 gig 7f ,,,. JMD Mt " 5.-I 1, , Y' "ffQ f-mm' '-f,..,,,Z4 2 fyff-Wh.. . 'M'-M-fi " ff f fl ze A Wm... .,W,:W,,f-za :gave-se.Z': Z, 5.1157 Wffze. jf Commercial Teachers' Club OFFICERS FIRST QUARTER A. Eugene Miller Presizleni . I'ice-Presirlent Secwetm-y . Treasurer IJJ'0.Vitl0Ilf . Vice-Presicleni Se0re1'ury . Tl'6ll.Vll Ver President . Vice-Presiclent Secretary . Treusu rel' SECOND QUARTER TH IRD QUARTER DIEBIBERS Otto J. Duguid Albert Conover Theodore Atcheson Viola Bleicher Marie Goodnow Burr XV. Ashley Sara Ravell Andrew Martin Marie Goodnow Mrs. Irene Baker Andrew Martin Raymond Scott Marie Goodnow Margaret J Riordfui Minnie Flood Russel H. Bradley Burr XV. Ashley Mary Kremmin Ruth E. Carhart Maude Faulkner Albert Conover Theodore Atcheson Vlilliam Norton Nellie Spink Alma Empkie Laura Vlleting Victoria M. Nash Eva A. Docking George Shawley Iva Klohn Ethel Clemens IVayne Sharland Viola Bleicher C. R. Cane Xenia Cornell Melvin E. Dell Marjorie Davison Zaida Ellis Raymond H. Scott Miss Berkhart Ruth Bittner VVinnifred E. Thompson Clara Stiles Elizabeth Milne ,Marie Goodnow Sara Ravell Delia Gardner Rhea Baird Mrs. Irene Baker Vera Stautz VVilbur H. Berry Hazel Sanford DeForrest E. Rector Ermina Emery Leo C. Burnor Carlton Richards Edie YVolvin Andrew A. Martin Bertha LaFraugh Morgeana Mosher Neva Goodrich Helen Greaves Ruth Hogan Pearl G. Hunter Edith Lee Estella LaBarge Madeline Folhnor Gladys Raymond VVilhemina Benge Harold R. Smith LeRoy Ball Mary Sullivan Emma C. Rupp Bernice De Mosh Norrine Hogle Agnes McAdam Benjamin Knisel Vance Ii. Ogden Milre Jacobson Roy Ganfield Eudora Champlin Veronica Fohey Doreen B. Jacobson Anna B. Jones Marian Earles VVi1liam D. Grandy Owen A. Rood Ethel Millard Augusta Moss Bernadette McQuillan Violet McQuillan Florence Swanger Ruth M. Cleary Eleanor Follnior Eva Mn-Bride Norrine Mollhagcn Katherine Switzer V., 7 ' 'ME 1 WW, if an M155 1 ff n ffffff 'z ,,f?W ' 5 161 6... .......,..,,....,..........,....,.......... . ..,,......... - .............. . ' """ !""Z1ZZ1,1" ' ,f.1.-WD w M ,,,, ,,,,..,.,A...........,.,,...,.,.,.,..,,....,,...,.....,........,,,.................,,,,......,....,.,,..,,,..,....,,,............,,.,.,.,,... I V4.4I' VAIV' 1 f' "w, 1 : o,...-f:- ,,,,,.f ,,,- 006 ,.4Z4f,,... , 9-f-1,6-.41 : 1 ..,. ..,..,,.. , .,.,., -. ,,....,..,.., ff 2.1271 imp ....,.,, N--,.,i ' ..,,, .... -.,...... .,..... .. ...W ....,.,.,....,..,.. .,. ......, ,. ,,,.,. . ,,,.,. ..,,.... . .,,f,',::'.4:.::1..., ,,... , ,,,. .. .... 1 ., ....,,,.,,., an .,,,, , ....,,,........,........, COMMERCIAL CLUB . WM HW 1 ff W f W, mf 9030? ffffgfffwff I 4 1916 162 Z ,MZZ'27,.w,""Z5Z23A...,m1233,,,,.m1' , WWW V IW' I ,,,,,, W., 3, .,,AA.,,A., , 1,,:!!IIZ!K1iii:E3'Z!5:f:331i7I:l17552512liZiiiJJJiJ1i!!L'7L'77H1Jii1iii222222,ii27iiiiilff'iYf27f 4 f?..,,.7!,,, ,..... . ,....,,. -, ,.,.,.. ,....... ...,...... 1 A ,....,. . .,,.. 4 .JL7I:"..::"""..,.-...-::,T.Z:7:.":i?":Z?g W-2. 1 : "ff-I.. -1?:::1z2h-21024 ..,.... NN: X, "- 252 5 ff' f-JN? 5 4 2 5 "" :I x'---f 5 Q Ns + fracgemqffzhfzfm y' 14-,ru : Pfs:::Z7mg,'NN.N G , X ,, ....., .... Jrzjlf 1 ff M, ,-5:-az 244-wp',..,,M.,w, f if -f-f , 0 ., 3. R-,N "-Q, '-.,, ,,- f - V - - Whiz, 555.5-,Y . fwffy 1 E ax 1 I N3 sgkgiw?-., NE "' ..,Wy:faM--- . ,m,:,.w 'MZ E?'.'E'E?' 1'Z?1f? 51: ff 4J4"'4 'rdf 1 f BH J ..,.,,,., COMMERCIAL CLUB V V414 QSX M' W2 We 1 "" V 163 f f, ...,, ,,.. , .,,,,.......................,.,.,......... ..,. ........, , . . ,W ..,..,,,....,,,,. -...:..- .... --- .....,,.. :3:::4.....M "':::.g2E? ' 1 i 2, ,,,,, s rl-W .,., 44 ,,,,.,, .,,, f,mf.yf ,-..,..,, ""'---He, 2' ':':,f:',-,?'i?,2:7...fa iv. 1' 3 .., ,l Z-iq, ....,.... .,.,... 0 4---.,. 1,--445522 3 M70 . " .. ...... Y - - ,E ,... Wwe ,,,, ,.,. .,,.. .... w...iii11i.ii.,,f " 2 H """"""" :::::::::::::::::::: """"" '::::::::::::::::::::' '1ii...iZ" f' ,..,,, Q5Lf,1,p:mmz,1z:2nm.,Mme.MZWQ..5:5535:::::::::::::::::::::L..g:::::::L.J College Eastern Star PATRON Professor VV. H. Pearce PATRONESS Mrs. XV. H. Pearce HONORARY MEMBERS Professor H. Z. NVilber Mrs. H. Z. XVilber Professor C. O. Hoyt Mrs. C. O. Hoyt Professor J. Stuart Lathers OFFICERS lfV0l'flI-lj Illflffllll . Erma Hodgson Necrfflary . Ruby Green Treasurer Lucy Menerey MEMBERS Florence Ansterburg Vera Anderson Blanche Bigelow Pearl Bennetts Mary Bangs Lordine Bates VViIhelmina Benge Katherine Bergegruu Emily Church Mary Collins Sara Chambers - Belle Crawford Bernice Dickerson Hazel Durfee Dorothy Dunn Hilah Eddy Cleo Flagg Lou Faxon Ruby Green Esther Goldstick Helen Gifford Bernice Grant Norine Hogle Fern Hall Mae Holcomb Cleo Harris Janet Joy Lucile Lewis Helen Lucas Anna VValworth Esther Love Bertha La Fraugh Jennie Matson Hazel Milks Florence Martin Minnie Nestroln Mathilde Nestrom Rita Noyes Rhoda Pemberton Dorothy Palmer Elsie Peters Marian Palmer Ruth Palmer Esther Penman Marguerite Richards Erie Richards Nica Roode Norma Rose Vera Stantz Lillie Soloinonson Gladys Smith Pearl Stevens Edith Snyder Rhea Shane Margaret Scott Lola Stuart Anna Thors Sadie VVay Elizabeth Yan Deusen WW? 2724 mmf. Www , 7' 0 f l" fiffm X f 4 ff W Q we fnfdffw ff if ff fjff 44,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,N,,,z:,,,, ,,,,,M1,,a95,mS55Z,,,,,,,,,,,,w,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,w,,,,,,,,,,,,,W,,,,,,,,,,A2,L,W..,,,mammaf,,,52mMmf,,,,WWm4,,,,,mf,z1,x5,,,,m161.,Wy ,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,W,,,,m,....W,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,N,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,..r..,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,..,.....,,.,,,,,,,,,.,..,,,.,,,,N,,....,.......,,....w...,..,,...,.,,,...,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,MWA 1 6-14 ,,,,,,,...,.,..,.,,........---W-----f------ ,,,,5,W,,,,,,.,..Z.,.W--m----+-'-'- nr!"":Zi-2w::,:c1WZ-V, 'Hu xxx, N-.., -ff 'NJ , ,.... ,.7!, ,,..... , , 2 , llll 1353: jpin. E : 0.2 f.., f ,,.""-mae ': I W, eyiiiffwfyyifkzf'Iwi . '-" .5 ge ,e , .A 5 M' ?:532s:'3 ef: z1Vf24' zz: '-21 22' 2 21451 ' W' 4f,.:77j,fL ,' f ' --fv ""' 4 4:f"'-A """" ' ........ "" 5 """' 1'J,:W"'1'fffQ2Qi, .,,,, QQ, ..,,.., ,,h:x:z::::::.1.2,...,4...:::A:.,: .,..,. w zz ---. ' "" "" """' 3 :.: ....., W ,,., ,.... ff 'h""fff,,! iZ::2'f1?i2.'- ' f-f-- H-f 7fVAll7 MV! '91 1 6 ag, f M, Q MW,MgW? Z , ,,,.....g.Z E Hmm, , ,A,, 165 C''"121111i1"W'''1117:::5::::::::::::::::5::I:::::::::::::::L::3'::::L7::::::::::::::,-TM.,-:::::1T::-g...g--"T ,3551",. . 'g,7T,.M, -.IB.f"'T,N g2'f4,g ff'Q."Q".,,,,,, gf' ' g,...,,12:,gf,-f.,, .fxma f' -M Q-..hg,,,f,,,:f:6 M ..... 1 ........ U I .Q .,,.. . v.,..,,1Za 4... N ,, ,, 'Q .. .... . fy .440 The Catholic Students' Club N THE years past the Catholic students attending the Michigan State Nor- mal College and Clca1'y Business College have attempted to meet in a social way. About four years ago a permanent organization was established, and today it is a flourishing Club with a membership of one hundred seventy-five. The meetings are informal gatherings held twice a month in St. Johifs Club Rooms. Besides the social functions and business meetings, the members are privileged to enjoy short talks on vital and interesting subjects by men and women of standing who have a message worth while. The Club is governed by a simple constitution and maintained by 1nod-- crate dues. The organization was established to promote social intercourse, social betterment, and a deeper appreciation of responsibilities and possibilities. PATRON Clemens P. Steimle PATRONESS Miss Elizabeth MeCrickett HONORARY MEMBERS Elinor M. Strafer Julia Hubbard Helen Kneip President . . . . Eugenie Thompson V'ir'e-President Mary Donnelly Secretary , Edith Cooney Treasurez' E. R. McC1ear . Wifi few f if 166 ...,,..A........... - ........ - ...,...... .... ,.-...N-.-.....1.--,.....-...-.-.......1,-........... . X ,f fiiiitifw 277: ....., ...,, A . G .,,.. , .1 .A,,, If -' , 5, 2 iatxtmxw M... ..,. ff -I. I ,314 13, - ..,. Q! f ,iff 1 . if Sorority Council OR some time there has been a feeling among the sororities that there should be some kind of an organization to bring them into closer relation, and in view of this fact in the spring of 1915 action was taken toward the organiza- tion of a Sorority Council. During the term ofticers for the year 1915-1916 were elected and the work definitely begun. The purpose of this organization is to bring about unity of action and eo- operation among the sororities. The Council is composed of two representatives from each sorority and meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month. Presiclent . V'iz:e-Presidellt Sec1'etcl,r'y . P1 Iiaififa SIGMA Helen Hageman Catherine Bailey SIGBIA NU P111 Kernie Woodley Dorothy C1-oss ZETA PHI Eleanor Scott Janet Joy HAIIDIONIOUS Mvs'rIcs Ruth Cleary Agnes Wardroper ALPIVIA SIGMA TAU Chloe Todd Margaret Seott IQAPPA PSI Angie Brink Constance Loveday OFFICERS MEMBERS Angie Brink Eleanor Scott Ruth Cleary MU TDICLTA Mary Alice vV1'Cl'1I1 Vena Hinyan 'l'm21zL1: CLE? Ethel Ohman Laura Birdsall DELTA PI-II Augusta Harmon Genevieve Maeklern ZETA Tau IXLPIHA Mary Jeffries Maude Robinson TIIETA LAIVIBDA SIGBIA Adelaide Cole Alfrieda Hutton AI,PIIA BETA SIGBIA Florence Meyers Marion Tlioiiipson IQAPPA GAMAIJK PHI Marion Rodgers Anne V int Vmmi 11-4 4 11 6 Neff talk ,swfail 19 l -- - it ,,,,,,, l67 1 ., .X I..-...Nh ,. ..... ..... . A , ,,.,..... ....,. ,, ,,,,.,.. 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Ball Harriet Bennett Marguerite Bringloe Eva Emily Bullard Marjorie Babcock Evelyn Banks Ethel Brown Hazel Burns Clara Clark Kathryn Cornish Hazel Church Ethelyn Cole Florence Doherty Rylma Friedt Helen I-Iurdley Ruby Hooker Margaret Irene Hnpfer Ida Derua Hale Georgiana Alice Horne Ellie Marion Horne Vera Hayne Thora A. Johansen Bessie Kay Edith Marie Kemp Clara Kicherer Marion E. Layman Cora Ludeman Hortense Lewis Adelaide Lewis Elizabeth Milne Eva Martin Clio Munford Theodora Quick Lillian Jane Reynolds Marjorie Sweet Rhea Shane Bernice Steed Maude Soderquist Bernice Shurnar Marie Sweatland Lizzie Stevens Maria Ellen Vall Alma Wardroper Hattie VVilliarns Magdalena Mlasson Margaret Young NON-RESIDENT MEMBERS Inez Black Gussie Benton Ellen Bringloe Harriet Trumble Blanche VVoods Katherine Sehnoor Erminie Elms Mrs. Ethel Sternherger Mass Caroline I-Inhhard Mildred VVinkler Adah Mason Nellie Young WWW4 t 22734 4532 mwnw v 1 ,'f ff xg hmxw, ' 168 ,X ,,,. C4 X, ,....... ...... - ,...................,.....,.,,.,..,..... ...,.,....,.., . ,...,.........,....., , ........ . ..,.. --... ....... mf" .. n ..:::r""""-' 'fgjgzihfgiiiiiiijjj .A.. M.z,.n,,,,- 'iff' I EQQWWQZZZ mmf! .MN -4 ,.,,, . ,f ZiZfif.,,fii4,1f2 W.l.,f2 """-1-1221127 "" :::::i:::':"':::"' """"""""" "" ' ''::f::5L'::::::.':::.f:i1""'fi?""'Q,QIJIZQ11121:LLZfzfif22L2fgi?Z,,1,,2 ,,,, 1 Ionia-Clinton County Club OFFICERS President . Vice-P resident Secretary . T1'0Il.9'Ill'6I' MEMBERS Ethelyn Ashley Blanche Bigelow I"1o1'n Child Edith Crane Valois Crossley Sarah Van Doren Dana Dinsniore Hilah Eddy Eliza Eldridge Delia Gardner Derma Hale Ruth XVelrste1' Sara L. Rzivell Grace Ryan Flora Child Josephine Taylor Laura Halstead Kathleen Keating Sarali Ravell Grace Ryan Viola Smith Bertha Schutz Floyd SlllIlHXV2ly Muriel Studt Hewitt Smith Helen Smith Josephine 'l'nylnr ' ff ' , 9 wr- 'Z,"+f,. ff f fffffff Z? yn-m,12u-m,, 1 , ,-mN.:,.h M. ,yfgff ,,,f40w 15 wx:-.f-,,ff, 11 i9 fn-ffwwf W ? f I , ..................... ...,.,.. .,...... ,. ..... ..,,. ..,... N..........,.-.......,,.,.........,..............,. 2711111122 , W, ., C . . , X 1 , ,... , "N--,J f' V -,...n , ,.v, N 'nu A - " .. """'v. 7.1. - ..., .... . ,,,,, ,, ,,,,....,., ---- 5- lff... , fvff ,111 GHZ. HIL' ""U+ ..,ff u "'u,,f '- ,,,-.,..,..... . ...,....,., .. ........., 1. I-.-lf,..-...A---,,f.....,.,.1......,.,, ..,....,.....,..... ,,,.,,,,,.,.,. f 1 I' lfgffxfilfiul .,... r.v.... A ful ...f..A. f ..,. Qui.. .A..,.,,,.,...,.....,,,....,.... .,....,......, . The Pre-Medic Club E5'l'.'XBI,lSHliD 1916 HE newly formed Pre-Medic Club was organized under tlie auspices of tlie Science Department anal recognized by tlie Normal College. Tlle ob- ject. of tlie Club is to unite and give 0I1tlll1Sl2LSlll to a group of stuflents wlio are contemplating a meclical course. The meetings have been interesting and well attenclecl. VVitl1 Dr. Bertram Smith as patron and a number of enthusiastic members, the Pre-Meflic Club promises to become an important factor in Campus activities. MEMBERS Ruby Green Ethan B. Cuclney Robert Tlioinpson Daniel Herkimer George Lee Gunclry Hewitt Smith Leaim Ledwidge Alexander Longnecker Arthur C. Erwin lille O. Tague Robert J. NVojc-inslci Irene Martin Claude Scriber Clarence Carpenter 17 CWL132111111'"W'17:5::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::f,4::':::""---e'-'------- --Q---ru-S. . rx. f-'N If ' """""'M""""""' """' 'Q 1 ,,.-,f:ff'1':L77f,ZfM4Q29yy'Q 2 V'u4f'f4f .4 ,5f.,p,4W'4g:'4,z6 ,,.. ,,j1" ,haw , KZ-1 ff: Q :ga M44sfz'g:fW-A,ew,",0ge3 V ,,., ., e - - ,,,A, f .... ..,, . ..,., .... 1 if .ZiiifZ,.,f .,,, , ,,,, 1 "'''f-r-..Z7::::::::::::::::::::::5:::::::::1:375:::::Q55:::::::::::::::::::::::giiiifiiiiffiiii Liii,pl.l2fm2.Ef.ii?Z.1.,,Z.LLl2.QE4.ZHM.25:2255:525::::::i3f21f:::::::::.ZQ3 Lenawee County Club ESTABLISHED 1915 Colors-Yellow and VVhite PATRONESSES Mrs. Bessie L. Priddy Miss Vinora Beal OFFICERS President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer . MEMBERS Theodore A. Atcheson J ulia S. Beal Ina M. Binns Lucy Marshall Nina Lowry Leo M. Burner Maurice O. Maynard Marion Camburn Edith M. Haviland Jasper L. Brown Rosemary Gibson Leila Snell Layton VV. Powell Maurice O. Maynard Edith M. Haviland Leila Snell Louise Fox Beulah Humphrey Oliver Odell Estelle Pocklington Albert Mumford Layton W. Powell Nina Strong Reo Vllareham Claude L. Benner Igerna Croll Mary Donnelly Nellie Pilsbury Lourivilla Lutz Ada Croll Fray Croll Lillian Gorham pl. My 1916 '-A- MMQW... l7l We-.. i , - -W.. wwf'-92 .,., 0 1, Oh1o Club Colors-Red and XVhite Flower--Carnation 111-mirlmzt Helen Denman Secretary Florence Wlestfnll Tl'0f1S1U'0I' Helen Brewster PATRONESS Miss MacKenzie ACTIVE IXIEMBERS Helen Barton Marie Kruyer Helen Brewster Muthilda Landafeld Elsie Black Margaret Mitchell Edna Bundy Esther Miller Alice Bristol Edith Myers Helen Bond Katharine Nash Marv Clm' Bernice Ober Dorothy Carpenter Olive Ransburg Helen Dudley Loraine Severance Helen Denman Ella Starr Margaret lnclelkoffer Martha Sweariugen Gertrude Frnter Martha Smith Beatrice Frater Iva Tnmblison Edith Fleming Luella Vlebb Lucy Ferher Ona NVil:el Julia Geisinger Margaret lVickett Helen Gifford Cecil lVisler Beatrice Gown Florence WVestfz1ll Ruby Hayes Kntllarine XVo1f Hazel Houghton Edith KN oodruff Mrs. Hnnge Katharine Zerkel Grace Jones May Xllestfall V I 7 172 ..., if fz'f'f'Tz?"M.fwg-1, '-J x,f.N,.x,5,. .,.. Q X .fag '--. :ff f , ,.f-, -'ff.f'.e'f'f f. uf" 1- ., Q ' ,, 5 ,.... .... ff kfiliiiifff 25:4-I5 'slgjz M--4117::::::. :::::::::::::::::: OHIO CLUB 7 W , 1916 ,,,, H 11A .gfijgi 173 , -6 .... . sf 4: '21,..!f5-31' " , -2:52277 11.16 ,,VV,, l - tgizzw .... .... , O , ....., f 1111: .,...,..., 0 "ff ff"f-'--"' l DCtfO1t Club ESTABLISHED 1912 C'olors-Orange and Black PATRON Professor J. S. Lathers PATRONESSES Miss Vera Richardson Miss Elizabeth Cary OFFICERS IM-wiclfflzf . Mary lfallister Vive-l'rexirle:zl Marie Schweizer Secretary . Mildred M. Kling TI'f'!I.YllI'C'l' . . . Ann Herrmann Clmirmun of Sofia! fl07lII'lIiI4f!'G Marion Bailey MEMBERS Bertha Browe Lillian Kroenlean Marion Bailcv H6l6I1 l.lklC5' Abigail Baker Nellie Langford Minnie Batz Pauline Lang LeRoy Boettcher AgI16S Ladd Viglg Burnett EFI16StlH6 Lau Helen Chadwick Sylvia Lery Margaret Cliadwick Helen Maxfield Jean Colwell Celestine McCanne Dorothy Cro:-ss Catherine Miller Rose Curtis Margaret Muirhead Alice Davis Louise Nill Helen Dunton Bernadette Pallister Edith Egloif Mary Pallister Edna M. Gatz Hazel M. Paro Silvanus Gordon Jane Poole Gertrude Gowman Lillian Priestap YVava Graham Frank Rietzkat Margaret Hamilton Marie Schweizer Mildred Healev Elinor Scott Gladys Heddle Mildred Shafer Agnes I-Iindelang Elsie Shillady Marie Hoffman Mildred Smith Otto Jens Marguerite Tows Careb Johnson Margaret Troester Elen Johnson Mercie Van Aken Gladvs Kaiser Anne Vint Kathleen Keyes Margaret 'Ward Jean Kingston Wi1iif1'ed Williams Mildred M. Kling Robert Wojcinski Henrietta Kriener James xVllllEiIllSOIl fwz iwyb aww Zz? Wh M2144 ww m W f 72 1 7-lf f Q'3:1lllgfpfQTIZIIIZIIIIIIIIIIIIXIIIIffL'.TfIfffffIfffffLC22'f.l'IffLTZTI.....M.ff,.,..,,M......II',.'II.TfIIIfI.1TII.'1'.'Il'..T. 'Z'!22f5S?Zi,ZQ.,., K ,..., !ZZfQZ22"' , ,":' " "" - u.,qW: ,Q -..,,u .., eg- -Q , --., -, .,., W., ,:, ,a -.. T114 ,.,. 31 ,...,.. . .. ,,,. :,..,,,,,.,,3,Z:g6jf3.,,flgffzfbfya ugh 'Rfk ,,,.W...--mi. :Wm-Ee?Zsf?f22Zf21' 'i wf Super Six PATRON George A. Manning MEMBERS Harold Hodge John VVoods Leonard Juhl Dana XVi11bee Russell Paisley Glenn Barnes 1: ,,,,,,, ..A,....... , 121 ""1u'T3 -'f" -1- --ivvb ff' fb -VVV 175 Q ?11ZZ1Z3j7112':IZi::37i3L'f:::::::::Ziff:7f::.7::5:i::3f:7::I:Z..1'::::::Z, ..1 ,....... I 5" , ,,, , .,Z::::::17:::::::::::::LTL':i"'"":: 2317.4,..f'jZ2lZ7LZijj gf-ifcffyglyz ,bA5'.,., , I' " aqma 5 'WQWWWZ . 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'.l'ire a' sn Treusurei' Frieda XV6illkZ1llf MEMBERS Ella Doyle Doreen Jacobson Petronilla Tighe Gladys Heddle Bernice Smith Julia Frye Malva Generous Rose Peterson Maylne Sullivan Agnes I.aNore Adeline Zuehlsdorf Caroline MacDonald Frieda Xlfeinkauf Lillian Abrams F. Milre Jacobson Vira Frye Rosemary Gibson June lVhipple Ruth Olds Lillian GOl'h3l1'x Renata Graves Mary Donley Zada Sullivan Helen O'Neil fif WW fwfm, V f 178 C- ,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.....,,,,,,,,,,,.......... ....,.... ..,,,..,..., ,........ .. ,. . ,.......,. ...... -..... ...... .,..,,..,..,..,...,.,..,...,........- ., E fn- .... yf, ,.,.... -..- ....,,.......,........,,,...,..,.,..,..... ....-M. ...,,., -M...,.M.A..,- ....... -.,-..-,,.-.-.-.--..-....., year ...... 1 P222 : h"""' I Q .,.,.A..,.,., L --1---::,...Z,, " . ,-u:P'.g,,'2f f ,J fgyf , 00 "ZH H2 O 0 A, 2 .,,. .. ,... X E , - 12312 Q ,,,, 9, 3 ,hgh-. ..... -- f--f 1 ff. 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"'-1-un: '-ful -nl.............l.........n......,..,.l..,,...........--nu, inn. ...,,,,,,,..u1',ffff',f7i1lf... fun, fun-1Af.Ju,,,,,.f..,..LQL.....,....,f,......,,,,.,.,,,......,..............f The Oakland C lub HE year 1916 will be marked by two events of widely different nature in the history of Oakland county: the first, the celebration of its one hundredth birthday, and the second, the organization of the Oakland Club at the Michi- gan State Normal College. The former will undoubtedly take the form of a wonderful, historical pageant, showing the progress made since the first white man came to make his home in its wilderness. The latter event, though fraught with meaning to its promoters, can be only a prophecy, but when we consider the object, aim, and personnel of its members, we feel assured that a useful future awaits itg that as the years roll by and class after class passes out from the portals of our loved College, some future historian, in looking over the say, "Verily, those boys and girls of 1916 records of the Oakland Club, may buildcd better than they knew." OFFICERS Presidenf . . . James A. 1Villson Vir'e-Presizlmzl Pearl XValter Secretary . Mona Gow fl'reu.vurer . Eleanor Boyle Colors-Yellow and lVhite Jlolto-'4Sturdy as the Oaks" MEMBERS Rhea Baird Hazel King Eleanor D. Boyle Jessie Kirk Russell Bradley Milderd Laing Mary E. Challis Maxill Mosher Dorothy Christian Hazel M. Paro Evelyn M. Deer Kathleen Parr Olive Dewey Laura Peek Nettie A. Dickerson Edith Phillips Alma E. Ely Ernestine Pierce Anna Field Nancie Porter Mona M. Gow Mildred L. Skarritt Alma E. Griffith Bernice Smith Grace Haack Helen Smith Gladys Hansen Grace Snvder Luella Harriman Florence Stewart Catherine M. Hearn Arthur Sweet May Hill James A. Xlfillson Mae Holcomb Gretta VVilner Ella F. Hine Paul Lockwood Norine Hogle Estelle YMaugh Renna Hopkins Frank Sherman Pearl VValter .180 gf,,..,.,.7 ...., M .,..... 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The Physical Education Club URING the past year the members of the Physical Education Club have enjoyed a program every month. October: lllrs. Burton gave a report of the Teachers' Convention held in Saginaw, after which Mr. Bowen led in a general discussion of physical work. November: Mr. Lawson gave a talk comparing the Physical Education work in the Iowa, Kansas, and Michigan State Normal Colleges. December: A mock vaudeville show was given at the Gymnasium. The great success of this event was due to the excellent way in which it was man- aged. February: Mr. Pearl, the assistant supervisor of Physical Education in Detroit, gave an interesting and helpful talk. April: A business meeting combined with a social meeting was held at Starkweather Hall to discuss the question of the Meets. An informal dancing party was also given at the Gymnasium and was greatly enjoyed by all who attended. OFFICERS President .... T1'easzlre-r .... Chairman of Program Committee Chairman of Social Commitiee . Edward McRay Lillaine XVise Ruth Richards Lloyd Olds Rose Armstrong Nellie Culver Ethel Ellefson Edna Fairbanks Margaret Indelkofer Dorothy Kingsbury Edla Knapp Marjorie Moore Helen McBain Gertrude Oatman Ethel Ohman Marion Paddock Marion Pelton Lillian Priestap Ruth Richards Rachel Toivonen Helen Treat Madelin YValker Bertha Warner Lillaine Wise Mary Alice W'ren Bernice Smith Mildred Zimmerman Grace Ryan Nettie Dickerson Mildred Adams Betty Greene Merle Skroder Latona Ewing Lillian Campbell Edith Snyder Vllinifred Hopkins Mildred Crandall Bernice Dickerson Edith NVoodruff Edna Dewey Zarepha Bartow Alice Bristol Margaret Hoedemaker Irene Van Auken Vera Turnbull Lorraine Severance Irene Lauer Florence Eldridge Ruth Bonghner Naomi Teeter Edna Mae Lodwick Cecil Wisler Irene Lampkin Helen Burton Esther French Ruth VVilson Grace Gillett Dorris Teft Helen McGregor Jessie Vlladhams Angela O'Neill Maud VVilld Clarence Brown Clarence Carpenter George Darling Herbert Dunbrook Charles Engleman Charles Gilson Edwin Hubbard George Lawson John Aliber Glenn Barnes Arthur Erwin Howard Hutchinson Edward McRay Clarence Reid Paul Vollmar Clair Langton Marguerite Watkins Ralph Carpenter Ralph Carpenter v iffy? 4W'?i ' MMJW fffylgfw iff? hiya 7 ,fl , X 4 ff ff, gal 0, f ,4 , ,7 a,,Wf2w,,f'f ff" IV ff 2 'Luxe , f f 1 , Z 182 , .- .... l,-,Mm , 5 S' f lk fx 1 ' ..x. 1 "QQj1'xxX ........-v A r ir":f.f7'ff: izifflff Z :avi f 5 aw! 5 f S Eff 3 I Y , 2 ' 5 mi . 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A special honor was given the Choir through the two invitations extended by the Board of Directors of the Detroit Museum of Art, to give programs on their series of Sunday afternoon lectures. The Board advisedly selected the Normal Choir, because as an art product, they considered it unique, and well worthy of a hearing in that center where only art oft'erings of distinction can be given. Through the courtesy of the Society of Arts and Crafts of Det1'oit, the Choir has appeared three times in St. Paul,s Cathedral, once before the mem- bers of the Society and a few guests, and twice before an interested public, which crowded its very doors. A number of invitations from other sources l1ave been received, but circumstances forbade their acceptance. The Choir sings mainly alla cappella, voicing the music of all nations and of all times, and singing medieval ecclesiastical compositions, as well as modern part songs. Frequently compositions have been given their first presentation in this country, by tl1e Normal Choir. Among the most distinctive features of tl1e College year are the Christmas and Easter Concerts given by the Choir and playing of old carols on the clavichord gives a quaint touch to the program of music of the olden times. Professor Frederick Alexander, the Conductor of the Normal Choir and the Director of the Normal Conservatory of hlusic, is the moving gC1llL1S of this group of singers, who is entirely responsible for the type of programs given, and for the poetic and spiritual interpretation of every number. The College is indeed fortunate in having a man of sound scholarship, broad sympathies, and contagious enthusiasm to give to young people going out over the state such a vision of what is great in the world of music. 'V f W4 WW 215022 ww. 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Afffwfihfffzzuf.-QM 'df ,-51552. , , ,.,,- ,, ., ., . . H A 1 flffff f Ma-,H H 4 fn-faffff' az 3135.1-v..,,,"' --ff -f ,.,.. ....,. . .,... ....... ...... ,, ...,..,.....,. ,::::fff..:,NnM:4'if.-4-,.f:,',WW ,,,,,, ' :gym-M 'v..... ..,...... ,ff z.1::.f.--1'- f ,....,,,. , ..,, .... ....., .,fn.,,,,,,,:z,...A..... X .1 Ferris Club N THE evening of October 9, l.9l5, several former members of the Ferris Institute met and re-organized the Club of 191-L-1915. During the early fall several meetings were held, one of which was a soeial gathering in Starli- weather Hall. On November 27, the Club attended a reception given at Ami Arbor by the University Ferris Club: February 11, a reception, in which the members of the Ann Arbor Club were the guests, was given in the Blasonic Temple. This series of events was crowned by the Annual University Ferris Institute banquet at Ann Arbor, which was attended by old F. I.'s from this section of the state, including the majority of the members of the Ypsilanti Club. The Club has proved to be a very beneficial social organization to its mem- bers. Besides malcing new and firm friends among the other students of lll. S. N. C., they have more firmly cemented the friendships formed at F. I. MEMBERS Rudolph H. Ploeger Ruby G. Potter John ll. Roy Regna Cn Anderson Albert Arink Margaret Bancroft C, ..,.,,... , M , ,.,..,7?' , 71- f X ll 5 JW: 'fi " '9 "':"'f:" Inf 52'-4fLff6f11..Z1ffZ1. 1 Norman E. Borgerson Iva M. Cole Valois E. Crossley George VV. Duncan Ellen Frederiekson Mary F. Graham Ruth Henney Olive V. Jones Alfred E. Kauffman Irene Kenny Hugh MeEaehern Elma C. Moore Anna Paris Verne Wyble Henry E. Seinen Floyd D. Shlunway Andrew O. Skye lltilliam B. Smafield Gladys L. Smith Olive Sorenson Maurice Roy Sowerby Evelene Sturtevant Alfred R. Tate Clara M. Vosberg VVinnifred lllerner Fae Vtlileorc James A. 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I-luhlmard Herbert Dnnbrook Bink Barnes Robert Tlionlpsoii W ood row XV ilsou Edward Cannon Carp Storz Maurice Rogers John Moore fW ay W Wye 4 Www Z7 7 Q felis Wffhm W 7 1188 SORORITIES -F RATE RN IT IES SORORES IN URBE V- .ZigiV'"mlfffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffflf'fffLfffl'fffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff""""" "" " "f""Z'7i'1ffff""""'A f""""""'-I !'75fff'1f"""""""' f If 'C 352 ijfzyqfh f, -,: jf4,5.g ,,... , -.cgfmzf-nag 2 f ..,. 5 ii.. ., 1:15113 . 2 "" 1 :Q 17,-,f-,-f , 7, :aw ff,5i5L1Tl1""'1::"" '--- O , 1 iff? .,...., 1 Ziiizgw- 0 W Z?'ff1:::311'-uf., ' 7. V 72 ' W '5?f'H'Tf 'ff 'L:2f'?i:WM2 ef23.'f?f if? '? U. ' lf P1 Kappa S1gma ESTABLISHED 1893 Colors-Turquois and Gold 1f'!0u:ar--Daffodil PATRONESS Miss Mary B. Putnam SORORES IN FACULTATE Alive Bivins Alice Lowden Blye Quigley Inez Rutherford Cora Bowen Gladys Cook Eleanor Folhnor Madeline Folhnor S O R Katherine Bailey Grave Chuhlniek Helen Cook Marion Crane Pauline Gibson Helen Hageman Mae Harris Charlotte King Lena Knapp Mell Ruth Rouse Antoinette XVilley ORES IN COLLEGIO Sabina Lesezyznska Gladys VVhite Minnie liotz PLEDGES Irene Luther Lila Neil Ruth Richards Jean Russell Esther Stamati Minnie Stimson Esther Thompson Margaret WVarcl Frances NVhitney eneamp Alpha . Beta, . Gamma. Zeta . Eta Delta . Upsilon Grand President G'1'ancl T"-ir'e-President Grand Secretary Grand Treasurer Grand Hfistorian and Editor . Inez I-I a yes CHAPTER ROLL Michigan State Normal College, Ypsilanti, Michigan State Normal, Alva, Oklahoma Central State Normal, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan State Normal, Indiana, Pennsylvania Miami University, Oxford, Ohio State Normal, Milwaukee, WVisconsin State Normal, Cheney, Wfashington NATIONAL OFFICERS . . . . Alice Lowclen, Ypsilanti, Michigan Esther Cline, Seattle, VVashington . Martha Zieglar, Cincinnati, Ohio . . Ethel McRae. Detroit, Michigan Edith Todd, Detroit, Michigan wwf' VW fa f W 4?f 2? M aww, M,fW zZ MAX jeg W 4, ,: 12610 if 2 f f , ff 190 S?lfIZ"'TfiflfjII.TILTfIIfIffIIfffffffff,2'fffff5Iff.,.II.'I .... .... .,.. .L...,... ...... ,.M..Ifl4.........,i...i 75 L If ,fff,...,,,,-,.-,,.2,s,vgagf E3 1.47425 5 3-V-.sl NM?-f,f 641:12 If s Q 0 , Z"1-42-7 if--A. v - - ,M 2 al.-1 2 51129 ff.. ' "' if .S 7 ww. . "A ' fx ,Q - 4 15 ' ' L.1.'1fz5?i-a:2:i 4 1 ,f X.-,f.f, 1 ,. ,,,g:-:4,:v.g,,'::-:g- ,5 ,f ,V If gigs. 4.1 1:15. My ' , 1,1-Lg-. b . 43 af' I I yi Nl 0. , , 1 -'W , f jfgf H W. - ' - .-hug:-:sz M. J ff W, 2 W 1 w ' 1 Z 4 2 if . if I 'fl f dw .0 , Zi Z f , ,,., ,f PI KAPPA SIGMA 7 V169 4 379 M76 ' . WWW f df 4 5 kj M , df f iamwm Mfdwgg 1 1 1 5 191 gf ff ,,.---f--wha - 4 mifilfiffk ' ,, gy 4- f i ' 'M .,., lf' f ' .,,. V- ffw-'1, .,...,., 0 2 'K """' ffl.,-1 f .4,. 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SORORES IN FACULTATE Mrs. Georfria Richardson Baskerville Miss Etta Glauser C . 1 Miss Mary Dickerson Miss Anna NV1ek1ng Miss .-Xlmha Owen Miss Vera Richardson Miss Madge Quigley Miss Christine Erwin Miss Florence Holdorf SORORES IN URBE Miss Fay .Xllen Mrs. Mabel Barhour Britton Mrs. Mabel Cass George Mrs, Edith Jones Shaifer Mrs. Laura Sweet Mrs. Dee Deubel McKie Mrs. Clara Hrahlm Mei-Xndrew Mrs. Florence Vliet Sweet Mrs. l.orinda Smith Clifford Mrs. Carl Lindegren A Mrs. Gladys Tyler Newton Mrs. Marie Goetze XVood Mrs. Maude Davis McAllister Miss Frances Strong SORORES IN COLLEGIO ltuth Cleary Lenora IVittbruckt Neva Greene Florence Holdorf Ellen Kishlar Agnes VVarclroper Martha Swearingen Phoebe Jetterson Grace Emery Lucile Curtice Mabel Rohrbaugh Sally Sniullen Frances Lxoetne Bernice Ewell Avis McJury Eva Peterson Florence Flynn Ethyl Burkhart Julia Geisinger Alice Huntington SSE Sis at Es? H N 3 S 5 SS X ii was SSS S55 ss .W QW Wffyfmfnh? 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Pray FACULTY MEMBERS Golda Connell Estabrook Rankin Lucia Densinore ACTIV E MEMBERS Katherine De Vine Elen Johnson Martha Hanclloser Alfrieda Hutton Estelle Forster Pearl McCormack Kathleen Keyes Ruth Prosser Ella Knnze Rhea Frazier Adelaide Cole Margaret Dillon Lillian Kunze Gladys Owen Maurine Rogers CHAPTER- ROLL A Ipha-Cliicago, Illinois Beta-Rogers Park, Illinois Delta-Ft. XVorth, Texas Epsilon-Little Rock, Arkansas Gamma-Valparaiso, Indiana Ypsilon-Ypsilanti, Michigan mg '. Z ggi? imma ,ami QM M 2 1 QQ in ,f W gi WWW 'wwf ff .. ,,, W z 213 fgilll1ig?3T:::::::::::::L7:ri::::::::::::.':::::::::::::: ..,.. ' ,,,A,, 4 5 1 M...,,,5-...MW 1 '-, :lr-.a...u ..., ,,,, Q - ff' ...13i1Z1j1. ..,...A,. 9... Q, Wh! 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Erwin George Mead Harold L. Fuller Lloyd VV. Olds George Lee Gundry George M. Parsons Hugh German Orlo J. Robinson Chas. N. Gilson DeForrest E. Rector Almarion J. Hammond Russel B. Reader Howard B. Hutchinson Karl M. Schneider Harry D. Hubbard Claude S. Scriber Hazen H. Hewitt Robert O. Thompson J. Leonard .Tuhl Robert L. Vfojcinski Clair V. Langton Alexander J. Longnccker PLEDGES Jiles Freeman Dana VVi1lbee Mew awww f f 22 fwww Zf M fer 41 '''3113"'T::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::g31.1 ,..,,.,,,,,, mm., ,,,,,A,,,,,,, 331,-,,,,,,,, T ,,fgfgg,p,, , . , Q fm X ,gf I' x"S"'- 7 W' 3,1 "J "xQ"x. ' : . 3 -1, ::. ffdyfiz-kyle ,W f-1-...-, Ag ., ,, ,,-1y:,,,f,W4Zy245w?4 - -...,,g, M 0 ,. 515: .1-we X, 7 - - 5 , ff! .f J ,J in " , 1 2 1. 1' 122 - .?:--I"N-. ..,.,. .' 2 552 "" """ ' "L 'L " 'J'"'f'"W71W1l'1i::.,, f' . 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Eugene Miller Vllilliaxn Goodell Burr VV. Ashley Earnest L. Filher Edwin McCauley Clarence J. Reid Ralph J. Jameson Frank D. Vlfebb Leo E. Du Yall Clare O. English Dan R. Herkimer VVillia1n C. Lamhie Edwin E. Hubbard Ralph Cotanch Robert Engehnan PLEDGES R. C. Carpenter Maten Rathbun George Beadle RESIDENT BIEMBERS Alex VVebb James J. YVoods Halnuer Green Charles B. Cleary az WWW Haan f ez fw fffw '42 fa! 2' 216 f----- - -'-f----- A ,--,---,-,'--- - -'--v V- v-,- vvr- .- -.,-- - ...YAv,.---,--,,...... N ...... .......,...... , ,.,... .... .... 1 ...... ,, A .5 1 ' I 105 ,n N-' ' iqzfi. : Q15 ' . f' 'nf Efxx -.., v - ' 'L La ' .L, 1' 'QWQ WWQWQ . H, 'xxfq'---V., fjf 'f g 9 1 , 4,44 j 3 N, . '21 fi? ' . -2: ., . ..., A , 4' ' fjz - 2 ,me-f7..,i'. za,-,,V 'IQ tLn:avzfa2,f"k---.L :NN--.x 'N'-f--.Z'it::::.' ""' QI ::::::::::::..':::: """"""" t:::""' "1LiTfZ4g..---: .,,,, ,pmmwzfz ..... ...,. KAPPA PHI ALPHA WW 73'-'f-P , - ' xg 7 2 I A M., Mali! gg, "h?:m,,,, 0 X M! 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Grettenherger John B. Hartman John A. Hynes Rufus R. Humplirey Spencer H. Smith Hewitt M. Smith George F. Snyder Rhe O. Tague Clarence Umphrey VV. Hazen IVilhnot Ralph IVolfe PLEDGE James VV. VVillia1nson ZW? Z ff f If W f ffff , fg 0,411 f ' !"f!!!m 218 ff, I ...N...,!,,.. .... -..-....-.M-M.. ........,............... ..,.,..., ............. - . ,..M,,,,,,- ,.,, A ,,,A, , ,,,, 1-m,,,,,,.-,-T 1 ff H Ill- f ,,l.""AI.-'I, gg? Hwy? 3 - ' , ..... . ,..Z1Zi13- s X 1 sf ': Q---.M 1: , Q, 4--2 'ff m-.f, Mfr. rye A ,. H1 ff, .zf,,,Qfq,1Q,,g .nm W, .gui .,, 55-,.gN..,,., 3-.Nw 15-..,g-.mg 'ww . -.fff,,, 5 54, f . ,f,, -. .A 9 , 1 . 1 L..- .... ,MJ tv.:'2zsfp-"N--..wf N--w..1:::"'M::::'"1':::::LY::::::::::::::::.':gt:.'" 111ifL.Z-p..,-mL1.2,,,9zfffmsf1.:?21 ..., A""""' :' '4""-". .3 www' A 73751 , ,L V,V. E , , f'-zj,221f3if::1 ' ! 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Springer Harold S. Hodge Samuel S. Starr RESIDENT MEMBER Floyd C. Curtiss WMM egg? im? Mm if ,WM fb' 2 62953, y v 4 W I .m ff 4 gf M, , Q20 '''1?"".,..::::::::::::::::.::::g1?:g..-...---,-,,.,,,,,-.-,,,-,,,,,,,,,,-,-.A- - - - IT: ,mfg ,gain , f.-. - - 'Z I CHI DELTA gm 1916 my Q21 in - -Rf-se' -v N ,,,,. V ,, ,..... - .,.,.... - .A ........... M ......,..,4,....,......... -...-.....-,..........................T ,Z cj"-JDM , ,,,. ,,,, ..., .. ..4,,. 1 ,fllZ?"'5h"A-we -- M" rw. -we ..., 7 " :af Q A , eg '4 X!-A W., 'UL ,QV 125 . mg -1 .X P111 Delta P1 ESTABLISHED 1892 INCORPORATED 1900 Colors-Pink and XVhite Firm-er-Pink Carnation J. Stuart Lathers Horace Z. Vllilber Charles M. Elliott George XV. Frasier PATRON Dr. C. O. Hoyt MEMBERS Clemens P. Steiinle Arthur G. Erickson Alvin Strickler Frecl Newton Philip D. Boyce Arthur Sweet Byron J. Oakes Hugh McEachern John Aliber Percival S. Day Orin MCMullan Foster Fletcher Frank C. Churchill Rex A. Babcock Mills A. XVilbe1' Lee O. Day Nat VV. Hopkins Harold Lamb Clark Frasier Jerome Sherzer John Seney Paul Lockwood J. C. Leavenworth George Duncan Orlo M. Gill PLEDGE Norman Borgerson Alplm-Michigan State Normal College, Ypsilanti Bela-Central State Normal School, Mt. Pleasant P wwe 292, 62726 Mm Z7 W Mo awww, A ' Wmgffgx i y fffff ff ,hir ,01 1 1 , 229 V Q W F'f'7f uf K '17 'iav .ilff Q x .' BDDK IV THE A I ATHLETICS I 1s5,53132:ag-2:5:5:g',.g,332Z55fg:i?5f5f-12-1 iiii ilililil V r I -'i 'LQ g JU ww V'1 J'1 lf' " it "z'2:Wy5f:+w z+:+:f:+2 44 W f 'N , L Ti 1 CC 5111L11ZZQFZIJiff:3:5:::::::::::::::::::::f::::1':I:5::::.-".- ..,. :::::"' . .... - . .., . .,-,::':.-I "ff" .. ,. I 1121111552 "W-5 1 5i'7'l'5'-7552 in r-37 ..:...s ,,.. a ...,., ,, N X V ,xii ... , Athletics ITH athletic facilities embracing two gymnasiums, up-to-date in struc- ture and equipment, and Hfteen acres of outdoor athletic fields, the Physical Training Department of the Michigan State Normal compares favor- ably with that of any college in the country. The large gymnasiums are fitted with four basketball courts, an indoor track, two new swimming pools, and twelve hundred steel lockers. It contains also, offices, class rooms, and rooms for corrective work. The outdoor equipment consists of eighteen tennis courts, a cinder track, and twelve acres of football, baseball, hockey, and soccer fields. Athletics are under the careful and earnest supervision of nine instructors. The two new instructors, Professor Samson and Professor Mitchell, have been a great asset to the department. The former comes to us with practical experience from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute of Troy, New York, and the Kansas State Normal School. A year of post graduate work at the Spring- Held, Massachusetts, Physical Training School has especially fitted him for the position which he now holds. Professor Mitchell comes well prepared from the University of Michigan, where he was a member of the football, basket ball, and baseball teams, having been captain of ,Varsity baseball in 312. He gained more experience at the Grand Rapids Union high school, where he turned out state title contenders in football, basket ball, and track. The Normal College realizes the close relationship between one's physical and mental self, and remembering this relation, it takes as its motto, "Athletics for everybodyf, It stands not only for the physical betterment of the fortunate few who compose its competitive teams, but for the physical betterment of its entire student body. Because of this basic idea, every student before gradua- tion finds himself or herself taking advantage of one or more of the oppor- tunities that are offered in the Physical Training Department. ATHLETIC COUNCIL Professor Bowen, Chai Professor Peet Professor Pearce Professor Samson Mr. Manning Mr. Mitchell Mrs. Burton Rex Babcock I'7HL'l Il Geraldine Vallier George Mead Clarence Reid Q Glenn Barnes Theodore Jefferson XVi1liam Lambie Zfwag Www? I ' V17 I I "9 I 47 fa ww ,M ff 77 0 IQA4 milf' ff . f W ' 22 52244 Qx -,-----.--....--.v......... . ..,.. ..........,. - ..,,. ,,.,,.-gj,-m,,,,,,,-jjgm-,M- -- llhl -Ml r I .,,, z2','2,f'f,j.i, . .M 1 - "Q-.,,"-niyfg'-.ggg 52.161 '? 3 j, " Xx,:s..m ",,...,j7.:1g3-15 0 0 ,, 1"'vQ"" " -. f f - - ',, ' . ...., ff' ZW? 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' ' 'L"u'1.5 Football ITH six old 1nen returning to school and an unusually large number of new candidates turning out for the Hrst practices, the Normal football team of last fall had a promising start. On this account the strong schedule of games which confronted the team was faced with an optimistic spirit by both players and rooters. The season ended with four victories by decisive scores, one tie, and two defeats by the closest of margins. The scoreless tie with University All-Fresh is the best showing that the Normal has ever made against that team. That the team did not finish up as strongly as its early victories would warrant is due to the unfortunate injuries which crippled our backfield. Two of our regular halfbacks did not play at all in the last two games, and the team had to be shifted to make up for their loss. The season was, furthermore, marked by a spirit of unity among the players and a willingness to work. The men gave their best at all times. The Normal spirit was evident in our rooters at all of our home games, and it is unfortunate that our hardest games were played away from home where our team could not be cheered by this enthusiasm. The fine showings of the 19145 and 1915 football teams entitle the Normal to a standing in athletics among the best colleges of Michigan. gveffwwfg gi l vfwwffw g 4 if MWA Q, ZW, if ,fffaawffw az, 1dff4f,64-"Q!fwMlg4 E227 ffLTIIi,..........M....,...-.....Z'.1.......,...,.,T ., "1-wth, H114-.,:,, "ie 5 , 1f11f""44'1" X--5 X- ---.4 ,... 25 ' -"' ' ' :ff-'42 4? fn" C5 2 2 ? , ,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, .,,, , , , ,, , W- 1- , ,, MMM' M 5 , M.-2 TW! f 1. 4-2 .-- -. V- f-. .ff r, ,-f.-f ,ffm - -,f Aff fm . f f ff ff- ' I . f .. N. ., .U , ,. ,.,, f , .ff .ff ...J ., ,J M X ,f ,f, H . 1 '-,J gafvw--. 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In con- tending with VValkerville and the Fords, we met teams composed of foreigners, players to whom soccer is as much a national game as baseball is to us. VValker- ville, our most formidable enemy, had won a trophy for three successive years, making them the champions of the Peninsular League, Canada. They dis- played the true English idea of sportsmanship, being fair at all times, and even in the heated parts of the game offering us valuable advice and words of con- solation. The U. of II. team also had among its men five who were from the colleges of eastern nations where soccer is held above other sports, and helped make up a team of superior opponents. N Taught an appreciation of the game by the good work of Professor Samson, graduate soccer men will go out into the high schools of the state and do much to popularize the sport, so that in a few years experienced material will be fur- nished the college. The outlook for next year's soccer is excellent. VVith four veterans, who know the game, the BI. S. N. C. should have a team which will put this college at the head of the list of those who play soccer. AV V MW ' ZW? 74 M We f 'ff fi f f ,ff elm as fffffdfffwqf ?f7m,,,xf Wm 1 fa ffw,,,.1i1esf. yl0,9M"MfW 12 af ,Mawr-Zww fiff ff f 5 Q31 "' . Tfzilf, -..f.7lW3,"7-:ft .. ., L f,,,,,,,7f,, ,,.... ...., , , ..,. ..., .................,,.................,.......A.............,.....,...... ...-........T.....-.,.-...-..-...- 'T?f5,...,:j:?1?T4gg!f Z X ,zffmraaze::g5--'gyggjggr-HQ xx -ff.N5i:3.fg5 Q.. A.., ,.,, , '4 y ,,,. mwtzrfr ,V ,. ,,.. . ..,, ft-.fjfz we :e sea2f':zz'z4 1 few 'NMAC " Wfwffp iff" f, 'C -, 2 'f "mf, . ..... 0- -'-" ,wnf'vj1m,f, '24-Q ...,, .... X11 . f ,zf'1.-7 'Shar ' ! 2:51515 'M'---3i:1::::N'':::::::::::::::1':::::::::::f:::::Zfi::1iifliiiffifiiiiiZ.ti2mw5fL:Z2:n11Z,.g:.42iQQfAff lff.".54'IgQ12f'!Z"""! Basket Ball THE LINE-UP Left to Right. Upper Row-Murray, Forwardg Hartman, Cl'l1f0l',.' Mitchell, C'ofu'lz,' Langton, Guard Lower lf0'll.'-DllI1lJ1'00lC, Gmzrdg Newton, Gu.ard,' Mead, Captain. l"oru-urd.,' Clzlytllll, G"41"'d! Erwin, Captain-Elect, l"o1'u'ard Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal SCHEDULE 33 Bowling Green Normal 15 4-1 Adrian College . . 46 30 Detroit College of Law . Q-11 20 Ohio Northern University 18 Q5 Detroit College of Law . 17 Q0 Alma College . . 10 Q1 University of Detroit . Q2 35 Hillsdale College . Q1 36 Bowling Green Normal . Q2 ll Polish Seminary .... Q41 Q9 Battle Creek Training School . 19 Q6 Mt. Pleasant Normal . . 32 33 Defiance College . 23 37 University of Detroit 25 www N02 ww gf yy Q 95,6 nigh Amory g ym:g:9,,3ffa,W, fyfmffiw 444 ,gf mwzvfwfy M mf mf fm.. 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There were seven pitchers among the group, and candidates for infield positions were numerous. Only two weeks' time was needed by Coach Mitchell to select the pitching staff' made up of Torrey, Lawson, and Locke. A great deal of anxiety was still expressed on the campus as to who would fill the position loehind the bat, but this feeling entirely disappeared after observing Lamb perform in the initial games of the season. The first game of the season was lost to the University of Detroit by a score of 6-3. The inability of our pitchers to locate the plate was largely responsible for the loss of this game. The second game was played at Assumption College and was won by the Normals with a score of 8-3. The third game was lost to the University of Michigan by a 5-1 score. In the next contest Albion was defeated on the Normal field in an interesting game by a 2-1 score. On the following day Hillsdale took the low end of a 11-3 score, the Normals batting three pitchers from the box and registering fourteen hits. Eleven games now remain on the schedule. The present outlook indicates that the efforts of Coach Mitchell will be repaid by the team's winning a large percentage of these games, thus giving the Normal College one of its most successful seasons in baseball. WZ I avmwqr, v f iZy24., ww I l 1 ' gf-L'g..'7w M411 fi! maczwfa, 237 -M. 2 1 " 'm..g'a115.z, f'-JW2 1 'M-N"-X, H- : z Mmgm MMLMWQWZZ .,.V, mqmwdzw fwMm+.N4, fMfQwwmWWwwhWWmf?Wu aww ff.--4-w.. N ., , . . JW :f..:1,y,:7.vy,,, 1. 4 eff'-QW! WQJWJQW, :f -I K3ig2yi?5ag3, ..,,, :myqgqrfN..M,11::1if1Q1Z1????wQQLgz5fg4wQEga15wgJfQZZZZZ4?ZZZZm9A! 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A1.11.Lifihe,..'.':.'.1':5:::::55:51:15LLLTQ I rack N VIEVV of the fact that only four of last yearts letter men returned to school, the tea1n this year had to be built up of new material. Although not so strong as last year's aggregation, the team was well balanced in all departments. ' ' The indoor season opened with a near deadlock between the two classes. the Seniors having Hthe edge overw their under classmen by less than two points. Several college records fell that night, including the high 'jump and the twenty- yard hurdlesg but the worldls record was equalcfl in the twenty-yard dash. Six men journeyed to Grand Rapids to compete for the indoor championship. Here we met some of the best men in the country, representatives of the State Y. BI. C. A.'s. Although we took fourth place, we stood at the head of the lists of the colleges entered. 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Xl'right, Guard SCHEDULE Normal 4-6 Milam 16 N0 rmul 25 .I ackso n . 30 Normal 52 Mt. Clemens 17 Normal 84 Howell . . Q1 Normal 29 Ann Arbor 3 Normal 37 Howell . . 17 Normal 2-l .Xclrian . . 3 Normal 33 U. of D., H. S. . 22 N01'11wl S2 Mt. Clemens . 9 Normal 95 U. of D., H. S. . 10 Normal 4.3 Alumni 32 Q 414 'M'131:'7::::::::::::::::'::7:::7:::7:g.-...-..-...-.-.-..---....... 9 lzxzvgni., gjlgygiljs 1. ff rx. EN-N153 -mu , fb-15' 'fy-'2',',L::, ... ,4 '. ..,., hi"-ijj-12 ff"-g 5 X-...::,T...s qi rgfzawfeiewz f.,,M'7' irffxzf-..."r---21111. . Y - . - , Er'-lffrzrzi ---V4 K...l:f:..f filly W"-...B H''-:.:'I.TIfIfLTIL'fffff.2'IfIffIIILTfffIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIL''1fj,1..,I.fffQ.1..Q,..,. ..,, .1 ..... Q .,Q?Z12!!Zs::f:L1f2 ,.,.. Z ,,,. 341,11ifffgzlfffffflffffffffffffffn.LLJ High School Baseball Team Catcher ....... Willard Pitcher . Goulding First Base . Dusbiber Second Base . Lamkin Short Stop . Devine Third Base Snyder, fCap'c.j Center Field Kern Right Fiehl Reid Left Field . . . W1'ight, R. Substitute . . . VVri ht, M. 2 Coach . . Edward McRay SCHEDULE April 1-L-Howell . ' - HCFC April Q1-Mt. Clemens . Here April 29-Pontiac . - Here May 3-Milan . Here May 6-Albion . . . There May 13-Port Huron . There May :20-Holly . . . There May Q6-Central High . . Here May 30-Mt. Clemens . . . . There June 2-U. of D., High School . There June 9-Central High . . There ' 1 16 fame iz M O .1 4-5 Thirteenth Annual Indoor Meet Senior Vs. Junior Girls March 10th and IItI1, 1916 SWIMMING- PI'ClIIlIIIlEII'ICS . .. Meet ................ Total . ................ . FIGURE MARCHING- P1'eli111i11a1'ies ..,..... Meet , .............................. Total . ......................,......... . . . FII"TEEN-YARD DASH-Se1ni-Fi11aI-- IJI'ClIl1IIII2lI'lCH ...................... , Meet ................ ..,....... Total . ......... . YOLLEY BALL- PI'6lIlIIIIIZlI'I6i . Meet ........ Total . ......... . FOLK DANCING- PI'ClIlI1llIill'IOS . Meet ......... Total . .........,. . HOPE CLIMBING- l'1'eli111i11a1'ies . . . Meet ........... Total . ....,...... . BAILXNCE BEAMS- IJI'CllIIlIIIill'ICS ..... Meet ........... Total . .... ' ..... . BASKET BALI.- Pl'Clll'l1Il12II'lt'S . Meet ........ Total . ...... . NEWCOMB- P1'eli111i11aries . . . Meet .............. Total . .....,........ . SNVEDISH LESSON- Meet ................................. . INDIVIDUAL ORIGINAL DANCES- Meet ............................... . TRA VELING RINGS- Pl'ClIIIlIIIElI'l64 ....... Meet .......................... l'ota1 . ........4.....,....,....... . . FIl1"I'EEN-YARD DASH-Finals Meet ....................... CLASS CLUB SVVINGING- Prelimirxaries ........... Meet .....,.......... . Total . ................... . RUNNING HIGH JUMP- P1'eli111i11a1'ies ............ M eet .......................... I'otal . ............................. ... 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WWW Www W 47 Waww ff W 031 ,V I 'ZH 5, fg fffmz-,,,w 1 1 1 I if 2418 f f f +947 MZ L HX gt X-I pn , . l W -L' J BO0KV I :msn l 4 I LITERATURE I EEEffmE54-E:wEii:3EifS15f5l:m ..... . 1151125gEf:2f5z113E1i3H9-3352:55555.-51.3 . il 535 52 5 t , . 'IJ yy UL f 1 VH rn F f-. i- -i fa 'Q'"w'ww"r's"vv , A f.ef11y!s9 .m0A '. i '-"' CAHIRS ''111111"'fLt::::::t:::7:7::...., .... t :.-..-...................a-.....T ..,, Q, ,, , si , -- 1, fffyfa- ,f,,.:. --17,55 f--. 5,1-3 , .. . . ,V,, .... wfffv -M.:-N-M., ,-awe lwzmffz mme 1:-1-LI' ,Riff af we z:"' eff- 5.215 2 rrfmzgfg-ZWAW' Wim, .Mio ,, Zz 'NJN ,Lf 2 ,ws ,,,,,, L, .. if . ZW! 21,19 '--M.......J 'Xb S--Iii:13:321:12::.7::::::::::::J::::::11413112.3.11.11113L1:zpafmmaf.'.a62.p1..z,,,,.gaLvl.:ZM54'55155:::::::::::::::L'.''J"'.-"-.3 IRISH LITERATURE "YVhat profession do you think your boy, Louis, will cl1oose?H "Law," replied Mr. Grettenberger. "Louis can talk louder and longer when ll6,S got the wrong side of an argument than anybody I ever heardf, HEARD IN THE LIBRARY Emily Sayre QStudent Assistantj- "Anybody taking care of you?,' Bob Thompson QSmilingj - "No, Are you looking for a job?" PERFECTLY PLAIN Filber Qlnleadinglyj-"And you know I'd be a perfect dear about the house." Frieda-"I always did like venison." HIS PROPER SPHERE Miss Fotheringham-"YVell, Mr. Hendershot, I see you're back again. Are you taking Domestic Science this year?" Hendershot-"Yes, tll3t,S the only thing I havenit tried, and my wifeis going to be the politician, anyway." Herbert Moore-"Do11,t you step on my corns there, girls, or folks will think I'm taking Elementsf, HEARD IN THE TRAINING SCHOOL Student TCHCl'16T'IKIf I have six eggs and take half of them away, what will I have left?" Third Grader Clgfigllt Boyjv"The yolks." First Grader-"I'm going to pass, I know, for I saw my name on a commo- tion cardf, Student Teacher-"Johnny, you mav sit here for the present." I A V Johnny CAS Class was Dismissedj- "Please, teacher, where's that present I "Jerry" CTO animal requires First Graderj-"VVhat least nourishment?" Mary-"The moth." "Jerry" QSurprisedQ-"VVhy?" Maryh-"Because it eats holes." Student Teacher-"And the giant came strutting down the hill with his armor clanking like a-a-a-" Observer QSotto Vocej-"A Ford." I-IOXV NERO ESCAPED A student teacher had been relating the story of the burning of Rome, and touched upon the old tale of how the drunken Nero Hddled while Rome burned. After class two small boys were discussing it: "Some yarn the teacher handed us this morning, wasn't it, Bill,'i said one. i'Say, what I canit See is how, with the whole burg in blazes, Nero stood there and fiddled and didn't get burned himselff' The other studied a minute, then: "lVhy, you big nut, you see the old gent was so soaked he couldn't burn." First Student- "Have you seen Helen McBain F" Second Student-UNO, did you want herPH First Student-"No, but I should like to see Orlo Robinson." Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomor- row you may flunk. YOU KNOW' THESE: Pray-'KDon't you know?" Hoyt-"See the point?" Barbourg"By the way-. Laird-"Now, children-.H Lathers-"lVhat do you know?" Pearce-"Just as sure as can be." McKay-"If you please-f' Lott-"I suspect so." Miss Pearce-"VVe'll put it here for r . :J U . , , Sat fm - convenience. 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V,,,M,,,,,z 5223 gggffb magna? ,,,4Q4W95f ,,, f f HMAQ:-L'f,.., 1 ,M lg ,N.,,,,. ,,., 1 2.51 VVanted: To know why an old maid 4573333331337-'3:gg::::::::::::::::::::::7::::::::::f::::5:::::::::::::::::::::: .......,......... -Zl...-.--H-..- T " 1 1 ff' .4 N N.. i may, .... ' .... N. 4 22477 ' ,..,A,.... ---. '1'Zf.i"f', - - - . ...... f if f ' klfffifff ' 7lisa-L2211Z111f.f,.2""'liiL5"""-11211171Trix::::::::1:::::::5J::::::::::J55:5::55::::::::::2:::215gi?f"'" ,.,....,,..,,,,. LJI..Q.1ii.:2fm2.Eff.:?Z ,.,,, SKETCHES Lengthy, long-lined, enlightened Ly- man. Helpful, happy, hearty Hoyt. Principally, phunny Pray. Perpetual, progressive, pepful Pearce. Jol'e-lovinv' laufrh-makinv' Lathers. X C7 ca 'Q Agitated, advertising Alexander. ADS VVanted: The source of Professor Harvey's stories.-A Hopeful Junior. NOTICE-I wish to call attention to the gross error that was prevalent Monday evening, April 3. VVe did not want a bridal suite.-Rlie Tague. YVanted-Information on "How to Raise a Mustachef'-Spike Mead. Notice-To all people who enter the library: I want nothing but silence in this room and very little of that.- G. DI. IVtZlf0'l1. Wianted-A girl, by the champion light weight fusser.-Bob Thompson. lVanted-A remedy for the fragrant odors which issue from the science Lost-In the wind last week, loves her cat.-Professor I-Iolyt. For Sale-A History of Education, but slightly used.-E. B. Clld71l"y. For Sale-A pleasant disposition.- 0. Bru-ndage. For Sale-A smile guaranteed not to shrink, rip, tear, or ravel.-C. Benner. building. jokes.-Joke Editor. YVanted-The names of students who did not buy Auroras,-Business Maria gCl'. 3. YVanted-Some twentieth century lVanted-A nice, young girl to take to baseball games.-T. Jejfersovz. blonde mustache. Finder return to G. Meade and receive reward. For Rent-Two spacious rooms in my upper story.-R. Paisley. For Rent-My Junior Comp. Themes. -A Ilas Been. For Sale-A volume of extemporane- ous speeches.-H. Hubbard. Junior CAnXiouslyj-"Doctor, what causes these frequent rushes of blood to my head?" Doctor-i'Oh, it's nothing but an effort of Nature. Nature abhors a vacuum." Prof. Norris Cln Mythology Class?- "VVhat did Orpheus go to the lower world for?" Mr. German-"Don't know, Profes- sor. VVhat was his past history?" WANT ADS Waiited-Eleven thickly-padded cells. -Editorial Board. Wanted-A guardian-Juniors. lfVanted-Position as a debater, any- where, any time, on any subject, or with any opponent.-Boyce. Wfanted-A few tender Juniors for the Tug-of-XVar.-Bloodthirsty Seniors. XVanted-Some rooters for ball games.-Cheer Leader. Prof. Barbour QDiscussing Hamletj -"lVhat language did the ghost use?" Bfiss Bean-"Latin," Prof. Barbour-"H'm, naturally! A ,, dead language. Junior QReading Notice on Bulletin Board in Corridorj-" 'Junior Assem- bly in Normal Hallf W'ell, I wonder how they expect to get that whole Junior class in this hall and no place to sit down, either." A wise Senior informed her where Normal Hall was. There's lots of money in the world- in the Utight-wads." QNO evidence of it around the Normalj OVERHEARD AT A FOOTBALL GAME First Kid-"Gee! That was a dirty tackle. Look at his neck." Second Kid-"Aw, that didn't hurt him any, 'Spikes neck is always red." WSW? ,WW Wwfwo new W 4 f my ff, , , ,ff ff R, . , NW wcwfffw fzf er' ffm!! if Q7313g?"i:::::g:7::::::::::::::::::f::.':..:::::.- .,,,,.,.,,,..,,,,,A,,,,,,,, Ili.,-,,-.?,1T xg,-f -I'-1:15 Vw.. s ' 2.11 'HJ ' .212 w.,.'w 4 - VM! ffm' , 2 ?' 1'-,wif E x,,--'mf , f V-.. ggi, ,Mm f, ,Wifi 2 ,. ,-mm , .... , . gf, ,f--1,,4,.1ff,k,,yf4- 0 yeh. X. f,..:-'IAF "K--"" .:s ., ' ' - V. 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Claire Langton-"YVhy don't they make money square so it won't roll away so fast?', Senior-'4Did you ever take chloro- form?" Junior-"Nog who teaches it?" J. J. Jameson-"Professor Hoyt, I have come to thank you for all I know." Prof. Hoyt-A'Oh! Donlt mention such a triflef' Angry Junior fat Classiiicationj- "Keep off! My feet were not made to walk onf' Calm Senior-"VVell, what are they for, then?" "The one who thinks these jokes are poor, NVould straightway change his views, Could he compare the ones I print Xvith those I did not use." F-Fierce lessons I,-Late hours. U-Unexpected company. N-Not correct. K-Kicked out. Lyman-"VVho wants to 0'o to the board?,' Grace Kruse-"I donit know whether I can go right through it or not." D CLASS STONES Freshman-Emerald. Sophomore-Soapstone. Junior-Grindstone. Senior-Tombstone. map for the other class." H. Smith Cin Grammar?-"You put a conjugation on a solid dotted line." Margaret S.-"lVhat could be more sad than a man without a country?" Norma A.-"A country without a man." Prof. Peet-"I fill this cup of water into which I plunge-." Miss Shultes Cto Miss ingj-"Are you sleepy?" Gail Baker-"No ma'am, only I ca11't keep my mouth shutf, Baker yawn- Miss Alpermann-''Tomorrow we will take page 71 and now you may all turn overf, Prof. Pray-"VVhy are you late?" Mr. German-"Class began before I got here." Prof. Pearce-"Mi: Reid, you may do the next problem." C. Reid-"lVhere shall I do it? On my paper or in my head?', Prof. Pearce-"Do it where you have the most room." C. Reid-"All right, I'll do it in my head, then." Juhl QFondly Caressing His Blonde Pompadourj to Druggist-"Give me a bottle of peroxide." Druggist CHanding Him Bottlej- "Forty cents, please." Juhl QStarting Back in Dismayj- "VVhy I never paid more than a quarter for peroxidef, Druggist fPatien'tlyj-"W7ell, you see, this European war is making every- thing higher." Juhl-"Here, give it to me quick be- fore it goes up againfl W? WW Y I' f '4 IIN! 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"Of all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these: 'I'm jilted again., ,'-"Stuff, W'clJb. Every man is a fool at least ten times a day. VVisdom consists in not exceed- ing the speed limit. Advice to Juniors: Neckties and socks should be seen and not heard. It is said that Miss VValton wishes to exert an uplifting influence in the library and yet she encourages low con- versation. HEARD IN THE BACK ROVV AT ASSEMBLY i'Only ten-thirty! Help! I suffer untold agoniesf, "lVhoa, mister! Not quite so much arm movement." "Say, his voice is as good as a dose of soothing syrup." "Nothing the matter with his lungsf, "Cheer up, kid, there ainit no hellfi "VVell, if Heaven is anything like this, I don't want to go there when I dief' "Some day and lots of it." "Isn,t her new hat a perfect scream?" "On Vllednesday mornings at ten olclock I wish I were dead." "Aw! Come on and be a sportf, "Oh, girls, they've got a fine show at the 'Martha' tonightli' "Shall we hand in Gracels slip?" Dear Teacher :-I think I would mark my pupils on effort and not on excellence. If the pupil does the best he can, he does well and should have credit accordingly. It is generally sup- posed that the Recording Angel follows this system, isnit it? "The Juniors." Mr. McKay-"Two people should not use the same fountain penf' Mary Jeffries-"VVhy, isn't it sani- tary?" In Junior Comp-"He jumped into the air and started to run." VVe have worried long about Herbert Dunbrook and his delicate physical structure. His frail body and sunken cheeks have often caused his dear teachers to fear that Herbert was devot- ing too much of his precious life strength to acquiring knowledge. Now let these cruel, heartless pedagogues and pedagogesses read this and let them ponder upon this confession from a soul, goaded to it, 'twould seem, by the tortures of History of Educatioug for quoth Herbert in this very class, "If youire gonna be a student, you haven't time to be healthy." ,Tis the season of epidemics-grippe, pneumonia and mustaches! And M. S. N. C. has them all. The last named has not attacked us in as violent a form as have the first two. In fact, what later proved to be mustaches on the ruddy eountenances of some of our young men were at first supposed to be a little soot from the new post ofhce. A reverend Senior, one Rhe Tague. also has an attack-on the upper lip. As to the whyness of all this whichness we suggest that you inquire of any of the "Do you think he really means u.s'?D attacked gentlemen. yfffffg V750 ffw 7 951 if W9 ,Wa Wm, 9 W ,. ,,..... 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Marion BaileyfOvercome with a sense of her own importance. Grace Brown-Compound fracture of the heart, caused by falling in love. Silently, one by one, in the little books of the teachers, Down go the zeros, the little white blos- soms, the forget-me-nots of the Seniors." Miss Collins-"W-'hat is a synonym?,' Mr. Thompson-"A word to use in place of one you can't spell." Prof. McKay Qin Debating Classj- "In order to make an effective debate one must be full of the subject." Jasper Brown-"Oh, say! But our subject was 'Boozef " Miss Alpermann Cin French Classj- 'KDO you know where Mr. Gundry is?" 'I'ague+"No." Just then the door opened and in walked Gundry. Miss Alpermann-"VVell, Mr. Gun- dry, did you come in for today or for Prof. Peet QLecturing in Chemistry of Foods on Fridayj-"VVe get glucose from corn. The Standard Oil Company puts out several thousand barrels of it each year as a side issuef, Prof. Peet Qin Quiz on Tuesdayj- "IVhat is the source of glucose?" Mr. Leavenworth-"The Standard Oil Company." Boyce Qin Debating Classj-"My opponent made some statements. I've forgotten what they are, but I know they weren't true." Did you hear about Orlo Gill? He drew a potato so realistically that a potato-bug came out on it and he had to draw some Paris green to kill it. Aurora Editor-"There were some jokes left here. Have you seen them?" Joke Editor-t'IVelI-we read them, but we couldn't see them." Newton-"They say Boyce is going to get S100 per." Hopkins-'-'Per what?" Newton-"Perhaps" Mrs. Priddy-"Tell of the Conven- tion of 186O." I Miss Harmon-"I canlt remember the names of the men." Mrs. Priddy-"Just make an effort and the men will come to you." Miss Arent fthe .Iokistj-f'Do you know that however hungry a horse is, it never eats-a bit?" Mr. Cudney-"I wonder if they meant anything by it?f' Mr. Gundry-"By what?" Mr. Cudney-"VVhy, I bought a ticket to a lecture on 'Fools,' and it , , . , . , , , 'C0m0I'1'0W? said, Admit One. 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L'envoi With Apologies to Kipling FVhen the N0rmal's last Annual is published and the editors all have a rest, W'hen we enter that City of Refuge and tahe our seats with the blest, PVe shall sleep, and faith, we shall need it-we shall sleep for a month or two, And nothing will breah our slnmbers, and all care will skidoo! 4 And those who are tired will be rested: they will each have a big Morris chairg They will never again look for "items" and never again tear their hair, ' They will smile when they think of the pictures and classes and "thingsU they'1:e "gone thru 'U And they will say to the Juniors, "There's something lv coming to you. But soon our work will be ended, and soon we shall hear laughs or wailsg But we will be paid for our trouble, as long as we make , ..,,,,. my-, , ., ,553-,Lite ,, N-...f N, - .- 49, ,. ,4,,, x ,.,,, , LQ,-f ,Q , fjgf fy! ff!! Aww ! 22112121 if-ff:-ffjfff in ,, f 12: 15 4 ,fr-A surf-V gffygw Cy, Ziigifi 2? ff! - I, .,,...,,.,. N5 , -www-, fm . 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'A"' I --uw fffr ff.- 1 :ICP """-1 5 "N-w f----- A- ----f ---f-------1-- ---.--, f- -...,. ,... ............,, . . ...,., ..., ...,. ,,,, ,.,., ,,..,,,,..,, ff ,fflfiZIJ1ff,,, ,,,. ,. ,,,, iJ.AI,.1 ........ l.....Zg...........1,.11T- "Our Hubbard Wins State Contest" "Michigan Wins Inter-State Contest Hubbard Brings Home the Bacon" " 'Hub' Lands Third in National Contest" HESE are the posters which have met the gaze of Normal students during the past few weeks. The second one appeared in our main corridor on Tuesday morning, May 9, informing us of our College Peace Orator's splendid triumph in the Inter-State Peace Oratorical Contest held at Decatur, Illinois, the night before. The sight of it sent a thrill of exultation tingling through the veins of every Normal student and faculty member. Then the student body became possessed with an earnest desire to welcome the victor in a manner befitting the significance of his great victory. That desire soon culminated in action on the part of some of the men. 'When it was learned what time the champion would arrive, "Prexy" was consulted and proper plans were formulated. When the 3:30 interurban car arrived from Detroit, twelve hundred wildly enthusiastic Normalites were assembled at Brower street to greet their hero. Imme- diately after he and his coach, Professor F. B. McKay, had stepped from the car, they were placed in the Victorfs chariot elaborately decorated with our College colors, and were drawn by fifty or more Normal men to Pease Auditorium. Arrived there, the illustrious couple were elevated to the shoulders of some of the men and trans- ferred to the stage to be the center of attraction at the best mass meeting ever held in our institution. Everyone was happy, everyone was bubbling over with true Nor- mal spirit, and oh, how they did yell! "Hub" and "Mac" were both cheered again and again during the brief assembly. President Kenny in his speech of appreciation on behalf of the College said: "It is great to win, but it is greater to be a victor and still retain that innocent, sincere modesty which characterizes Mr. Hubbardf, At the close of the big meeting "Hub', and "Mac" were again hoisted onto the scapulas of the men and borne triumphantly to the Waiting "Herobile" in front of the Auditorium. Then began one of the finest exhibitions of student-spirit ever seen in Ypsilanti. A parade line was formed, which was headed by a band of about one hundred mixed instruments, bugles and wash tubs taking precedence over other harmony producers. Then came about one hundred more men, the last group of whom were drawing the conquerorfs resplendent chariot. And now came the best feature of the whole procession. At least five hundred Normal girls followed the gorgeous chariot throughout the entire line of march, proving for all time that they Have Normal Spirit. The line of march led through the main streets and the business section of the city and thence to our herois home. It indeed did the heart of every spectator good to see the affectionate reception by his mother and father and the response of that twenty-year-old youth, the oratorical champion of six of the greatest states in the Union. After several yells for the Hubbards, the procession then led to Professor McKay's home where he was delivered with appropriate ceremony. So much for our pageant. Now for the events leading up to and beyond it. Harry began his oratorical career by winning the Junior public speaking contest last spring. Spurred on by that success, he entered the Peace contest preliminaries last 7 MW g Wifi? 7 fg. 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The victorious orators of six states, namely, Minnesota, VVisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan competed in the Inter-State Peace Oratorical contest which was held at the James Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois, May 8. Pitted against the most brilliant college orators of the central states, Harry came through that contest with first honors, sixty dollars in prize money, and the honor of repre- senting the central group of states in the National Peace Oratorical contest at Lake Mohonk, New York, May 18. There were six contestants in the national contest, each orator representing a group of states, the different groups being classified as Eastern, Southeastern, Southern, Central, lVestern, and Pacific. ln this contest, up against older and more experienced men, Harry did his best and came from the fray the third best College Peace Orator in the whole United States. He also received seventy dollars as a prize in this contest. . Harry, you have done a wonderful thing for yourself and for your College. We salute you. iVith all due respect to Harry's wonderful ability, no small amount of his success is due to the careful training given him by his coach, Professor F. B. McKay. Signed: LINXVAR. Appreciation lVe wish to take this opportunity of expressing to the members of the various classes and organizations our sincere thanks for their interest and co-operation in this work of editing our College Annual. VVere it not for the help given by their encouragement and their active, not passive, interest, our efforts would have been in vain. lVe are especially grateful to Professor YV. H. Pearce, Professor Downing, and Miss Lida Clark for their ever helpful advice and kindly criticisms which have been a large factor in helping us to attain whatever degree of success that we have reached. Special recognition is due the following people for their individual work: CQLADYS EVANS JEVVELL CAMPBELL VERA XVELCHER GERTRUDE FRATER EVA lXlARTIN ROBERT THOMPSON Avis MCJURY ORLO GILL Lo'r'r1E HAh'IILTON EVELYN HALLOCK THE AURORA BOARD. I f ' 9' 7 ,WWWWW 72? M!! ig? Q62 W Q WM . N . . vffff 99 ,4.,,k . , ' . ,QE Q 3 ',,. ' lil if b 5 "" ' "A "" 1,- .f , 11, , , ' 51,1 A Q "-' f G N 4 '75 " I f 1 - 1 v I .Egg 7 , . ,. k i ma T.. '59, 7 4 1 , I ,g :A "M "F w. 'WU ' ' 5 5 ' ,. . .fri h Q 'E jf A V., 'H- ,. .:1. 'l'5L1y1',: rv ' f X , V ' .,- + . 4 1 film-3 . gm 32924 , ff 222, 1 1 6 J W:,:t??3,W W, ffw2g WMMSMW rj MM? 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