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WHITE Dean of Women 17 Student DEGREE CLASS EUGENE CRITTENDEN EDNA GEIGER BEATRICE GAXVN E. M. CONKLIN SOPHOMORE CLASS XVILDA BAYES AGNES DODGE EDITH GLASS HARRIET VAN AKEN IXCIYRTELLE ROGERS RUSSELL GEE GEORGE ROWAN FRESHMAN CLASS OWEN J. CLEARY LAIVRENCE DEBOER Council 1917-1918 I-IAMET HOOD' MARION HALSTEAD Y. W. C. A. IVIARGUERITE WATKINS MARY BROBST Y. M. C. A. RUSSELL KENT MEN'S UNION DALE J. CROWE SELF-GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION IVALEEN HOUGH NORMAL NEWS JOHN HUBBARD 18 Q , S Q ' 19 I I 1 I I 1 . I I I I I I I i I I I x I 9 , 9 , Is" ' , , ,V 5' 5 ' WI ' 1 u 1- ff-Nauru' ww ,,, I ff ME-1, I "+"-W+"+'WwP::f8xkwi3,i '?:f'.J'4f-4-'rf-M fc 4 , N , bMf..,. ,. , ,s-gi-:....w-...-....wi,g .1 was-+I , L Liv. .',,,, I I f f ii I- ' Tix - ' A , I It dm -N 'Wx A -:A H s. sw- N 21: 1- my M, I' .,,.. ip- x-,Q,3x:QA,,x,,- XP ' . en, A . 'X ' ii- -- '-2135, I , 3 'Q : wg 15 , ,I , . ' w wf :- . I 1 iw H '- ' x . xg... jg. 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I .. ..r,:1 .,-,.,.,'f.,' '. um! 'n ' ..., . X.. ...I 1 A V Faculty CHARL1.Es BLICIEENNY, LL.D. - CL12MENs P. STEIMLE, A.B. - IXLIARION B. XNHITE, Ph.D. CHEMISTRY BERT VV. PEET, M.S.' Professor of Chemistry. ALVIN STRICKLER, M.S. Assistant Professor of Chemistry. EUGENE CRITTENDEN . Assistant in Chemical Laboratory. EDUCATION CHARLES O. HOYT, Ph.D. l Professor of Philosophy and Education. 4 SAMUEL B. LAIRD, A.M. . Professor of Psychology and Logic. NATHAN A. HARVEY, Ph.D. Professor of Pedagogy. HENRY C. LOTT, A.M., M.Pd. Professor of Psychology. HORACE Z. WILBER, A.M. - Associate Professor of Philosophy and Education. CHARLES M. ELLIOTT, A.M. ' Assistant Professor of Psychology. I ENGLISH FLORUS A. BARBOUR, A.M. Professor of English. ALMA BLOUNT, Ph.D. V Associate Professor of English. ABIGAIL PEARCE, A.M. Associate Professor of English. ESTELLE DOWNING, A.M. Associate Professor of Rhetoric. EMELYN E. GARDNER, A.M. Associate Professor of English. ELIZABETH CAREY, A.M. Instructor in English. ELIZABETH K. WILSON, A.M. Instructor in English. VIDA COLLINS, A.M. Instructor in English. A ' EXPRESSION I. STUART LATHERS, A.M. Professor of Reading and Oratory. FREDERICK B. McKAY, A.B. Associate Professor of Reading and Oratory. IDA G. HINTZ, A.B. Instructor in Reading. ' FINE ARTS BERTHA GOODISON Assistant Professor of Art. LOTA H. GARNER Instructor in Art. LIDA CLARK Instructor in Art. H. ETHEL CHILDS Instructor in Art. FLORENCE COOPER, Instructor in Art. 8 - - P1'eside1z.t Secretary-Z?egisz'rar - Dean of IfV011ze1z GEOGRAPHY MARK JEFFERSON, A.M. Professor of Geography. GENEVIEVE CLARK, A.B. Instructor in Geography. RUTH HANSEN A Assistant in Geography. i HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE CARL E. PRAY, A.M. Professor of History. MARY B. PUTNAM, M.Pd. H Associate Professor of Pol1t1cal Economy. BERTHA G. BUELL, A.M. Assistant Professor of History. BESSIE LEACH PRIDDY, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of History.- FLORENCE B. SHULTES, B.Pd. Instructor in History. HOUSEHOLD ARTS MARTHA H. FRENCH, A.B. Assistant Professor of Household Arts. EDITH BLACKMAN, B.S. Assistant Professor of Household Arts. INEZ RUTHERFORD Instructor in Household Arts. RUTH TUCKER A I Instructor in Household Arts. INDUSTRIAL ARTS ALICE I. BOARDMAN A Assistant Professor of Industrial Art. MARY E. I-IATTON Instructor in Manual Training. ALVIN E. YOUNGQUIST Instructor in Manual Training. FLORENCE COOPER Instructor in Manual Training. KINDERGAJRTEN DIMON I-I. ROBERTS,iA.M. Advisory Head. EDITH ADAMS, M.Pd. Supervisor of Kindergarten. SARA LEWIS Assistant in Kindergarten. I LATIN BENJAMIN L. D'Ooge, A.M. Professor of Ancient Languages. ORLAND O. NORRIS, A.B. Assistant Professor of Latin. CLARA IANET ALLISON, A.B. Instructor in Latin. 22 x I I MATHEMATICS ELMER A. LYMAN, A.B., LL.D. Professor of Mathematics. ' MARION B. NVHITE, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Mathematics. ARTHUR G. ERICKSON, A.B. Assistant Professor of Mathematics. ADA A. NORTON, Ph.M. Assistant Professor of Mathematics IANE L. MATTESON, A.B. Instructor in Mathematics. I. VV. BALDWIN, A.M. Instructor in Mathematics. MODERN LANGUAGES RICHARD CLYDE FORD, Ph.D. Professor of Modern Languages. IOHANNA ALPERMANN, A.M. Assistant Professor in Modern Languages. ELLEN DWYER, A.B. Instructor'in Modern Languages. MUSIC FREDERICK ALEXANDER, A.B. Director of Conservatory of Music. CLYDE E. FOSTER ' Assistant Professor of Music, ALICE LOWDEN Instructor in Music. CARL LINDEGREN Instructor in Music. GRETA FORTE Instructor in Music. GOLDA CONNELL HOGUE Assistant in Music. MARGARET DENLEY Assistant, in Music. NATURAL SCIENCE WILLIAM H. SHERZER, M.S. Ph.D. Professor of ,Natural Sciences ' MARY A. GODDARD, B.S. Associate Professor of Botany. BERTRAM G. SMITH, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Zoology. IESSIE PHELPS, M.S. Associate Professor of Physiology. FLORENCE BLACKBURN Assistant. A MARIAN BILLBOROUGH Assistant. ' PE NMA N SHI P LLOYD WALKER, A.B. Instructor in Penmanship. PHYSICAL EDUCATION WILBUR P. BOWEN, M.S. Professor of Physical Education. FANNIE CHEEVER BURTON, M.Pd. Associate Professor of Physical Education. PAUL B. SAMPSON, M.P.E. Associate Professor of Physical Education. ELTON RYNEARSON Athletic Coach. IRENE O. CLARK, B. Pd. Instructor in Physical Education. CRYSTAL WORNER, A.B. Assistant Professor in Physical Education. RACHEL TOIVONEN, B.Pd. Assistant in Physical Education. CHLOE TODD, B. Pd. Assistant in Physical Education. MABEL BACON, A.B. I Assistant in Physical Education. PHYSICAL SCIENCES EDWIN'A. STRONG, A.M. LL.D. Professor Emeritus of Physical Science. FREDERICK R. GORTON, Ph.D. Professor of Physics. TRAINING DEPARTMENT DIMON H. ROBERTS, A.M. Superintendent of Training School. FREDERICK M. GREENSTREET, A.B. Principal of High School. - VINORA BEAL, A.M. Assistant in High School Department. META DANIEL, A.B. 7 Assistant in High School Department. IVALEEN HOUGH Assistant in High School Department. SARA LEWIS Training Teacher, Kindergarten. MARGARET WISE, Training Teacher, First Grade. ADELLA IACKSON, M.Pd. Training Teacher, Second Grade. ELIZABETH McCRICKETT, Training Teacher, Third Grade. MARGARET COOPER, A.M. Training Teacher, Fourth Grade. ELLA WILSON, A.B. . Training Teacher, Fifth Grade. MABEL WOMBAUGH, 'Ph.B. Training Teacher, Sixth Grade. ANNA FIELD, A.M. Training Teacher, Seventh Grade. SUSAN STINSON, B.S. Training Teacher, Eighth Grade. GRACE I. ERB Training Teacher, Open Air Department ' LIBRARY STAFF GENEVIEVE M. WALTON, A.M. Head Librarian. ELSIE V. ANDREWS, A.B. Reference Librarian. ELIZABETH F. SIMPSON DONNA SULLIVAN, A.B. WINIFRED DAVIS HAZEL BACHELER, A.B. FREDA L. GARRET, A.B. GRACE E. HAUGHTON, A.B. GLENADINE C. SNOVV, B.S. Medical Examiner. ' MATILDA XV. ROBINSON Visiting Nurse. ' CHARLES Og HOYT, Ph.D. Professor of Philosophy and Edncationg Head of Department of Philosophy and Education. A.B., Albion Collegeg Ph.D., Jena. SAMUEL B. LAIRD, A.M. Professor of Advanced Psychology and Logic,' Head of Department of Psychology. B.Pd., Michigan State Normal Collegeg A.B. and A.M., University of Michigan. NA'fHAN A. HARVEY, P11.D. Professor of Pedagogyg Head of Depart- ment of Pedagogy. Graduate, Illinois Normal Universityg student, University of Illinoisg A.M. and Ph.D., Illinois Wles- leyan University. I FLORUS A. BARBOUR, A.B., A.M. Professor of Englisng Head of Depart- ment of English. A.B. and A.M. CI-Ion.D, University of Michigan. A BENJAMIN L. D,O0GE, Ph.D. Professor of Ancient Langnagesg Head of Department of Ancient Languages. A.B. and A.M., University of Michigan, Ph.D., University of Bonn, American School of Archaeology at Rome and Athens. RICHARD CLYDE FORD, Ph.D. ,Professor of Modern Langnagesg Head of Department of Modern Languages. Ph.B. and Ph.M., Albion College, Ph.D., Univer- sity of Munichg graduate student, Albion College, Universities of Freiburg and Mu- nich, research student in Geneva, Paris, London. EDWIN A. STRONG, A.M., LL.D. Professor Emeritus of Physicol Science. A.B., A.M.g Litt.D., Union College. VVILLIAM H. SCHERZER, Ph.D. Professor of Natural Scrierizcesg Head of Deportmem' of Natural Sciences. BS M.S. and Pl1.D., University of Michigan, Graduate Student, Universities of Mich- igan and Berlin. MARIC JEFFERSON, A.M. Professor of Geogroplzyg Head of Depart- ment of Geography. AB., Boston Uni- versity, A.B. and A.M., Harvard, grad- uate student, Harvard. i FREDERICK R. GORTON, Ph.D. Professor of Physicsg Head of D6lJG1'f77l87'lf of Pltyivicsg B.Pd., Michigan State Normal Collegeg B.S. and A.M., University of Michigang Ph.D., Berlin. BERT W. PEET, M.S. Professor' Of Chemist1'y,' Head of Depart- ment of Chemrist1'y,' BS., Michigan Agri- cultural Collegeg M.S., University of Mich- igang graduate student, Q University of Michigan and Columbia University. CARL E. PRAY, A.M. Professor of Hisforyg Head of D8f7U1'flIIUlIf of History. B.L., Olivet Collegeg A.M., University of VVisconsing graduate student, Harvard and University of VVisconsin. BERTHA GooD1soN Assistant Professor of Art. Graduate, Michigan State Normal College, student, Detroit Art School, Harvard University, Teachers' College, Columbia University, Paris, 'and Florence. ALICE I. BOARDMAN Assistant Professor of Industrial' Arts. Graduate, Mount Holyoke College and Sloyd Training School, Boston. ELMER A. LYINIAN, A.B., LL.D. Professor of MatIzie111'at'ics,' Head of De- partment of lldfathematiics. A.B., Univer- sity of Michigang two years graduate study, University of Michigan. LLD. Berea College, Berea, Kentucky. r u fd .' .' .' ., ., ... t X FREDERICK ALEXANDER, A.B. Director of Conservatory of Mnsic. A.B., University of Michigan. CLYDE E. FOSTER Assistant Professor of Music. Director of Public School Music. Graduate Holt School of Music and American Institute of Nor- mal Methods, Boston, Mass.g student with Marie Hofer, Chicago, and Nelson Burrit, New York. . DIMON H. ROBERTS, A.M. Superintendent of Training School. A.B. and A.M., Amherst Collegeg graduate stu- dent, University of Colorado and Clark University. FANNIE CHEEVER BURTON, M.Pd. Associate Professor of Physical Education. Graduate, 'Michigan State Normal Collegeg M.Pd. CI-Ionj, Michigan State Normal Collegeg student, Chautauqua, Harvardt Columbia School of Oratory, University of Utah and Chalif School of Aesthetic Danc- mg. GENEVIEVE M. WALTON, A.M. Head Librarian. A.M., St. M3l'j',S College. I. STUART LATHERS, A.M. Professor of E,t'pression,' Head of Depart- ment of Erpressiolzt. Graduate, Michigan State Normal Collegeg BL. and A.M., University oi Michigan. D EDITH BLACKMAN, 'B.S. Assistant Professor of Household Arts. Graduate, School of Domestic Science, Boston, B.S., Columbia University. MARTHA H. FRENCH, A.B. Assistant Professor of Textiles and Cloth- ing. Graduate, Kraus Kindergarten Sem- inary, New York City, and Oread Institute of Domestic Science and Art, Student at Teachers' College, Columbia University, A.B., Michigan State Normal College. LLOYD WALKER, A.B. Instructor in Penrnanshfip. B.Pd. and AB., Michigan State Normal College. JANE L. MA1'1'ESON, A.B. Instructor in lldathematiics. A.B., Michigan State Nor- mal Collegeg graduate stu- dent, University of Mich- igan and Cornell University. BERTRAM G. SMITH, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Zo- ology. Graduate, Pennsyl- vania State Normal School, Edinborog A.B., University of Michigang Ph.D., Colum- bia University. ADELLA JACKSON, M.Pd. I Training Teacher, Second Grade. Student, Chicago University, Clark Univer- versity, Emerson School of Philosophy, Bostong M.Pd. CI-Ion.D, Michigan State Normal College. 32 .I-IoRAc13 Z. WILBER, A.M. Associate Professor of Phi- losophy and Education. A.B., Michigan State Nor- mal College, A. B. and A.M., University of Mich- igang graduate student, University of Michigan. MARY A. GODDARD, B.S. Associate Professor of Bot- any. B.S., University of Michigang graduate student, Cold Spring Harbor Bio- logical School, Universities of VVisconsin and Michigan. ,,...,--ssl 511, .-34 ALVIN- E. YOUNGQUIST Instructor 'in Industrial Arts. Graduate, Michigan State Normal Collegeg stu- dent, University of Wiscon- sin. to RX X X X IEss1E PHELPS, M.S. Associate Professor of Physiology. B.S. and M.S., University of Michigang graduate student, Universi- ties of Michigan, Chicago, and Marburg. ARTHUR G. ERicKsoN,' A.M. Associate Professor of Math em ati cs. Graduate, Michigan State Normal Collegeg A.M. University of Michigan. CLEMENS P. STEIMLE, A.Bl Secre tary-Registrar. 33 PAUL B. SAMPSON, M.P.E. Associate Professor of Physical Education. M.Di., Iowa State Teachers' Col- lege, M.P.E., International Y.M.C.A. College, Spring- field, Mass. JOHANNA ALPERMANN, A.M. Assistant Professor fiu Mod- ern, Languages. B.Pd. and A.B., Michigan State Nor- mal College, A.M., Colum- bia University. i.. A K I I 1 ELLEN DWYER, A.B. Instructor in M oderu Lau- guages. Graduate, Eastern Illinois State Normal Schoolg A.B. University of Illinois, student, Univer- sity' of Wisconsiii. SUSAN W. STINSON, BS. Traiuiug Teacher, Eighth Grade. Graduate, State Normal School, Castine, Maineg B.S., Columbia Uni- versity. 34 GENEVIEVE CLARK, A.B. Instructor iu Geography. A.B., Michigan State Nor- mal College. CLARA JANET ALLISON, AB. IIlSll1'ItC'f07' in. Latin. B.Pd., Michigan State Normal Col- lege, AB. University of Michigang graduate student, University of California, Columbia University. FREDERICK B. MCKAY, A.M. Associate Professor of Pub- lic Speaking. G 1' a d u a t e Michigan State Normal Col- lege, A.B. and A.M., Uni- versity of Michigan. FLORENCE COOPER Izzstrzlctor in Art. Graduate Art .and Manual Training Course, Teachers' College, Columbia University. l l ELIZABETH CAREY, A.M. Instructor in English. AB. and A.M., University of Minnesota, graduate stu- dent, Chicago University and University of Michigan. 35 , I ORLAND O. NORRIS, AB. Assistant Professor of Latin. B.Pd. and AB., Michigan State Normal College, graduate student, University of Michigan and Chicago. LCTARY E. HATTON ' Iizstrzlcfor in Manual Train- ing. Graduate, Michigan State Normal College, stu- dent, Teachers' College, Co- lumbia University. CRYSTAL VVORNIZR, A.B. Assisfafzt Professor of Plzysiical Education. AB., Michigan State Normal Col- lege. CHLOE M. TODD Assisiarzit in Physical Edu- cation. WILBUR P. BOWEN, M.S. Professor of Physical Edu- cationg Head of Depart- ment of Physical Education. B.Pd., Michigan State Nor- mal Collegeg B.S. and M.S., University of f Michigan graduate student, Univeri - sity of Michigan. 36 IRLNL O. CLARK, B.Pd. Supervisor of Physical Traiiifzinig. Graduate, Chau- tauqua School of Physical Educationg B.Pd., Michigan State Normal College. . ' - RACHEL TOIVONEN Asqisfalzizf fin Plzyximl Edu.- eafzon. Graduate, Mich- igan State Normal College. Bessie LEACH PRIDDY, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of His- tory. Ph.B. and A.B., Adrian College, A.M., University of Michigan, Ph.D. University of Michigan. V ALVIN STRICKLER, M.S. Assistant Professor of Chem- istry. B.Pd. and A.B., Mich- igan State Normal College, B.S. and M.S., University of Michigan, graduate student, University ol Michigan. FREDERICK M. GR1212Ns'17REEr, A.B. I Principal of High School, A.B. De Pauw University, META DANIEL, A.B. Teacher of Natural Science in High School Department. Student, Leland Stanford Uni- versity, B.Pd. and AB., Mich- igan State Normal College. SARA LEWIS Assistant in Kindergarten, Graduate, Michigan State Nor- mal Collegeg Student, Teach- ers' College, Columbia Univer- sity. VINORA BEAL, A.M. A Training Teacher of English in High School and Assistant Principal of High School. B.Pd., Michigan State Normal College, B.S., Columbia Uni- versityg A.M., Columbia Uni- versity. 37 I ' In the great struggle in which we are now engaged the Normal College is represented not only by its boys at the front but also by two former faculty members, Miss Elinor Strafer and Miss Harriet MacKenzie, who have gone to do their bit. Miss Strafer is a grad- uate nurse from St. Vincents' Hospital in New York, having completed the course there before she came to our Art Departmentg so she is well prepared to take up any practical hospital work. At present she is lo- cated at Camp Greene, North Carolina, doing the work of ay regular army nurse, entirely outside the jurisdiction of the Red Cross. It is understood now that all such nurses are to be given commissions as second lieutenants, but Miss Strafer expects that be- . cause of her Germanname she will not be sent to France. The work in the camps is much less ofa physical strain, she tells us, than the training which the nurses receive in the hospitals, the hours, eight hours on and five hours off, are much less confining. Miss Strafer writes very enthusiastically of the life in the Southern camps g. the country itself is lovely in color, and the people there with their prevailing good humor and superb spirit make the work at the hos- pitals altogether a pleasure. When Miss MacKenzie first arrived in France her work was all in the can- teen, but now she has been transferred and isin general charge of all the women's work in the Y. M. C. A. in one base which includes a huge area in miles and serves thousands and thousands of men. A few extracts from a recent letter will be interesting to us. "I have general responsibility as to the placing ,of A women workers sent, arranging physical conditions under which they live, getting rooms, etc. I also have responsibility for their moral and spiritual welfare and am expected to settle any troubles arising that concern women's work in any way. Then I have to plan to make present work more successful and to arrange new kinds of work to meet new needs and new con- ditions. Aside from these duties, I have an office at headquarters, where I put in hours seeing people and, quite often, serving tea to aid in relaxing the nerves I of the overtired secretaries. I am also responsible for having satisfactory meals served to thirty-five I secretaries, hiring the cooks and waitresses and mak- ing all necessary arrangements. .But perhaps most 38 taxing of all, I am official hostess and am in general 'responsible for the running of the Y. 'M. C. A. officer's club-a huge but beautiful building formerly a hos- pital, but now rented to the Y. M. C. A. and run as a sort of a hotel and club room for officers of the A. E. F. ...... I also plan to vvork in one of the huts several nights a Week to keep in closest possible touch with conditions and to be able to advise women workers and to understand and improve conditions for Work ...... The problem of meeting the needs of officers who are under great strain is also an interesting one. It seems hardly like wartime work, but I give a tea and an at-home at the officers' club on alternate Thursday afternoons and even- ings. I invite What,American Women I can find and call on a fevv French people to invite them each time .... . I have been attempting a new kind of work not tried here before. There are remote areo and engineer camps vvhere one hundred to one thousand men are stationed and where there is a "Y" secretary but Where there cannot be women Workers. I've been gathering a small group of women and going out to these camps to be guests at a party. The "Y" secretary arranges that We shall mess with the officers or men and then stay for games of some sort in the evening. "Here," she says, "the Work is especially appreciated." In regard to our boys over there and their work, Miss MacKenzie says: "I'mproud of our boys-I stand up straighter every time I see a new bunch come in and take any hardships as so much sport-i The army is doing perfectly wonderful thing, it seems to me, planning, overseeing, and executing in a Way I had never thought of their being able to do. I'm prouder every day of our American officers and soldiers, and I'm gladder every minute that I'm here to do a little at least." 1 The College is indeed happy to be so ably represented in these fields of service and is proud of the efficient vvork that is being done by Miss Strafer and Miss eMacKenzie. 39 a ' , The Reveille Hark! I hear the tramp of thousands And of armed men the hum, Lo! a nation's hosts have gathered Round the quick alarming drum- Saying "Come, ' Freemen, come! Ere your heritage be wastedfz said the quick alarming drum. Let me of my heart take counsel, War is not of life the sum, A Who shall stay and reap the harvest When the autumn days ,shall come ?" But the drum Echoed "Come! Q Death shall reap the braver harvest," said the solemn-sounding drum. But when won the coming battle, What of profit springs therefrom? ' What is conquest, subjugation, Even greater ills become?" But the drum . I . 'Q Answered "Come! You must do the sum to prove it," said the Yankee answering drum. What if, 'mid the cannon's thunder, Whistling shot and bursting bomb, When my brothers fall around me, Should my heart grow cold and numb ?" e But the drum A Answered "Come! Better there in death united than in life a recreant.-Come!" Thus they answeredfhoping, fearing, Some infaith and doubting some, Till .a trumpet-voice, proclaiming, Said, "My chosen people, come !" Then the drum, ' Lo! was dumb, A . For the great heart of the nation, throbbing, answered, "Lord, we come !f' , A -Bret H arte 40 1 - Y W I I r 1 ' + li' i P 2 i 2 F I l J i , Q. 3 1 V 1 N E W P 1 N 1 x f i 4 l UV' ' " 1 " ' 4' ffl' - ' X131 -.x . ', v. u.-. .,,. . I I g 11 H1 W II v, Iifi'iEfm0 ll "" -1 If E lr:-71:11-3 , , E-idlglfw QE.'Sg fi midi n6?5!FF' f :S if X " u LSE Eff N f :ii ggggi-C 1 S249 Nvli., I ' x.-7' , l 3 , KXXXXWIL DNP - '-A M177 ' Nl, Kurqelo 41 L1 Xa! 1, , , WW, -V1.5 1 "1 "f K v. rw W N DEGREE CLASS OFFICERS EUGENE CRITTENDENI . . President LUCY M. FERBER . Vice-President MAURINE A. JONES . . Secretary RUTH STEADMAN! . Treasurer 42 y.. I X u X FLORENCE M. fXCKERLY Ionesville Natural Science FLORENCE E. BELL . Ann Arbor Household Arts Club Chemistry Club Household Arts . ALICE BURRELL Wyandotte Sigma Nu Phi Household Arts Club Sorority Council Household Arts VIOLET LEONE CALL A Mason Minerva Literary So- ciety V Y. W. C. A. ' Normal Choir Conservatory English History MARY CLAY Perrysburg, Ohio Ohio Club Household Arts Club Y. W. C. A. Chemistry Club Household Arts, B. S. JOHN B. ALFORD Ypsilanti Arm of Honor Education, A. B. LAURA MAUD BULKLEY Alpena ,Arts and Crafts Club Y. VV. C. A. Young People's So- ciety, Episcopal Church Industrial Arts B. S. Treasurer, King Hall DAISY IONE CALL Mason Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet S. C. A. Board Minerva Literary So- ciety Stoic Kindergarten Club VVomen's League Student Volunteer Kindergarten MARJORIE E. CARR Sparta Alpha Sigma Tau Household Arts Club Household Arts 4 EnMUNn M. CONKLIN Oak Grove Phi Delta Pi Oratorical Contest Education, A. B. EUGENE CRITTENDON Saline Alpha Tau Delta President Degree Class President Student Council Chemistry Club Scientific Society Assistant in Chemistry and Physics Men's Union Y. M. C. A. Physical Science FLORENCE H. DEPEXV I Ada Y. VV. C. A. . Civic League History Club Senior Degree, A. B. LATONA E. EXVING Pontiac Kappa Gamma Phi Physical Education LUCY M. FERBER Berlin Heights Vice-President Degree Class . Y. W. C. A. S. C. A. Board CSec.J Ohio Club Household Arts Club Congregational Club Household Arts BEATRICE GAWN Lorain, Ohio Secretary of House- Hold Arts, Degree Class . Household Arts Club Secretary and Treas- urer of Ohio Club Student Council Y. W. C. A. Household Arts ANNIE DEAN Ithaca Normal Choir Household Arts Club Y. W. C. A. I Household Arts EDNA M. DEWEY A Monroe Treble Clef Sorority Council. CSec.j Physical Education Club Catholic Studentsf Club Physical Education A EDITH FAIR - Sturgis Household Arts Club Congregational Club Chemistry Club Household Arts MARIE FLUEGEL Ann Arbor Physical Education . Club i General Manager Girls' Out-door Meet Publicity Manager Girls' In-door Meet Physical Education, A. B. EDNA M. GEIGER Defiance, Ohio Student Council Y. VV. C. A. Secretary Congrega- tional Club Ohio Club Household Arts Club Houschold Arts is A inf-' if--V. -,fs Ma-' , I Ruru M. l'l.XNSlCN ' N o r w :ilk Mu Delta F. I. Club . Girls' Friendly So- ciety Y. XY. C. A. ,luuior Degree IVALEEN F. HoUGH Almont Laoniau President XYomen's League Oratorical Board College Girl Orator- '17 Student Council Y. XY. C. A. Wfodeso '17 Normal Choir Civic League Assistant in High School English and History 1 CMRs.b EMMA IQEEN St. Clair Critic HELEN E. LACY Detroit President of House- hold Arts Degree Class President of Housee hold Arts Club Normal Choir- A Household Arts joy M. OSBORN Maple Rapids Y. W. C. A. English and History if 9 Y RUBY LETrA HAYES Mt. Clemens Euclidean Society Eastein Star Club Y VV C A. Mathematics and His- MAURINE A JONES Ypsilanti Theta Lambda Sigma Minerva L1terary So- ciety History Club Secretary of Degree Class History and English PEARL LUCILE KING Ossian, Indiana Household Arts BEss1E T. MEYERS Morenci Household Arts Club Y. VV. C. A. Household Arts SIDNEY I. POWERS Deckerville Degree ' 1 18 ... . X Q I tory I ii 45 F1zANcEs B. SEELEY Ypsilanti Household Arts Club Chemistry Club A Household Arts HDITH E. SNYDER Lapeer Y. NW. C. A. Physical Education Club Ukulele Club Athletic Council Bobugi Camp Eire Physical Education Doius B. STURGES Ann Arbor Sigma Nu Phi Household Arts VADA V. VERNON 1 Ypsilanti Delta Phi Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Vice-Pres. '16, '17 Euclidean Club CPres.D ' 1. VVomen's League Class Historian, '17 Student Council Mathematics CHAUNCEY WARREN Fremont Chi Delta Y. M. C. A. Euclidean Society Wfebster Club History Club History and Mathe- matics ' SUE SILL Cadillac Crafts Club Industrial Arts and Physical Education RUTH STEADMAN Elsie Delta Phi Y. W. C. A. Household Arts Club Treasurer Degree Class Civic League Household Arts RACHEL A. TOIVONEN Hancock Physical Education Club Upper Peninsula Club Laonian Discussion Club Physical Education ' ALICE F. WARNER Ypsilanti Delta Phi Euclidean Society Y. W. C. A. Editor in Chief 1916 Aurora Degree Editor, 1918 Creneral Manager All College Comedy General Manager S. C. A. Vaudeville Stoic Mathematics BQARGUERITE A. WATKINS Cleveland, Ohio Zeta Tau Alpha Pres., Y. VV. C. A. High lump Manager, '15 Meet Dumb Bell Manager, '16 Meet Physical Education Club Ohio Club Student Council Camp Fire Physical Education L WEN DOLYN XNfeBsir12R Ypsilanti Degree FRANCES L. XMIMER Coldwater Y. NN. C. A. Cabinet Sodalitas Latina XNvO1T1C11yS League Minerva Literary So- ciety Senior Degree, Eng- lish X Latin EDITH VVOODRUFF Lorain, Ohio Vice-President Ohio Club A Y. W. C. A. I Physical Education Club Shutanka Camp Eire Physical Education VERLE E. WYBLE . Vermontville Kappa Phi Alpha 1917 Pre-Medic Club Lincoln Debating Club Treasurer Men's Union Vice-President Chem- istry Club Secretary-Treasurer Eastern Star Club Degree A RUTH Joyce WILSON ' St. Anthony, Idaho Physical Education Club Bobugi Camp Fire Physical Education AsA H. Woon Blanchard Y. M. C. A. Cabinet Member 81 Chorister Normal Choir College Quartette ' Euclidean Society F. I. Club Webster Debating Club Mathematics and Sci- ence DoRorHY,M. WORDENL Vassar Household Arts Club Y. W. C. A. Household Arts IQATHERINE ZERKLE Troy, Ohio Ohio Club, Pres. 1918 Y. W. C. -A. Honor Teacher, 3rd Grade Household Arts Club Ukulele Club Household Arts, B. S. C K K l I K Young' Fellow My Lad VVhere are you going, Young Fellow My Lad, On this glittering morn of May?" I'm going to join the colors, Dad, They're looking for men, they say." But you're only a boy, Young Fellow .My Lad,- You aren't obliged to go." I'm seventeen and a quarter, Dad, And ever so strong, you know." So you're off to France, Young Fellow My Lad, And you're looking so it and bright." I'm terribly sorry to leave you, Dad, But I feel that I'm doing right." God bless you and keep you, Young Fellow My Lad, You're all of my life, you know." Don't worry. I'll soon be back, dear Dad, And I'm awfully proud to go." VVhy don't you write, Young Fellow My Lad? I watch for the post each day, And I miss you so, and I'm' awful sad, , And it's months since you went away. And I've had the fire in the parlor lit, And I'm keeping it burning ,bright Till my boy comes home, and here I sit Into the quiet night." . What is the matter, Young Fellow My Lad?U No letter again today. , ' Why did theipostman look so sad, And sigh as he turned away? - I hear them tell that we've gained new ground, But a terrible price we've paid: God grant, myboy, that you're safe and sound, But Oh, I'm afraid, afraid." . They've toldme the truth, Young Fellow My Lad: You'll never come back again: COh -God! the dreams and the dreams I've had, And the hopes I've nursed in vain!j , For you passed in the night, Young Fellow My Lad And you proved in the cruel test Of the screaming shell and the battle hell That my boy was oneiof the best. So you'll,live, you'll live, Young Fellow My Lad, In the gleam of the evening star, In the wood-note wild and the laugh of the child, In all -sweet things that are. And you'll never die, my wonderful boy, While life is noble and true, For all our beauty and hope and joy We will owe to our ,lads like you." -Robert VV. Service. 48 ! S X X S f X YNNwxsx ' S S ww M2 A79 "1 X riff gwtll X klif- X 1 F 1' -3904! ' 7 X XXX I Q Mx ' . . 'f T' , -X . 5 , L ff -Q. , lk: ' ' V I if f ,N N l 'ku XE 5 ,' xv- ' ' S 1 . X 9 S S- as 1-Xi" S Nev- ff 'ZF YL ' - 5 -", 9 I ,gf 1- 'if X Z' 5' 4 L ' " r L XM x S .S SN Q WX QX Y SX YN WW Q Q x. XX xx X R X N XXXX 09 Q ll- " . ll ' '9 In "" """ ml q uunu .f..'.. Q H u B.M.!-I I nh 4, Y f1u,,,,,, I 49 A SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS WILDA BAYES . . . President MYRTELLE ROGERS . .Vice-President LAURA MACNEIL . . . Secretary RALPH CARPENTER . . . .Treasurer GLENN BANKS . . . Sergeant-at-Arms LEWIS LASH . . . Yell-master 50 hlARlON N. ABBOTT Maple Rapids Y. XV. C. A. Fine Arts SYLVIA ALDRICH Lyons Y. W. C. A. Student Volunteer General ELOISE BLANCHB ALVER- SON ' Adrian Sec. of Lenawee Club Y. W. C. A. General THORA ANDERSEN .L Manistique Y. W'. C. A. Civic League Upper Peninsula Club Die Genossenschaft Tocamfigi Camp Fire General Course CLARA M. ARNDT Saginaw Normal Choir Y. VV. C. A. German and English Louisa AFRICA Newark, Ohio Y. W. C. A. Ohio Club College Comedy Gen'eral BERNICE ALLEN Grand Ledge Graded HEDVIG ANDERSON ' Manistique General Annna 'RJ-IODA ARM STRONG p Ypsilanti General ETHEL C. BADE ' g Farmington Alpha Sigma Tau g Kindergarten Club Y. W. C. A. Kindergarten MAUDE R. BALL Milton, Ind. General MILDRED IRENE BARBER Petoskey V Kindergarten Club Kindergarten FLOYD J. BARKMAN Lake City Kappa Phi Alpha , Pre-Medic Club, '17 Normal Choir, '17 Normal Band, '17 Reserve Basketball Team Library Staff Pre-Medic ' M . MILDRED BARNES Lansing Y. W. C. A. Minerva Literary So- ciety English, History BERTHA BARTLETT n Ypsilanti Y. W. C. A. Sec. Normal Choir Student Volunteer Primary GLENN E. BANKS Ypsilanti Alpha Tau Delta Athletic Editor of Au- rora Y. M. C. A. Sec. Oratorical Board Treas. . Lincoln Debating Club Sec. Sergeant-at-Arms, Sophomore Class Men's Union Class Basketball Varsity Football All College Comedy Mathematics FLORENCE BARBERA Greenland Catholic -Club S Upper Peninsula Club History Club History - ELSIE BARNES Cass City Commercial E. RU'1iH BARRITT Shelby Sigma Sigma Sigma Commercial Club Commercial HELEN M. BARTON Ypsilanti Kappa.Gamma Phi Gen'l Mgr. Girls' Meet, ' 17, '18 Normal Choir Physical Education Club Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet W7omeu's League Vice-Pres. Mgr. Dash Girls' Meet, '17 Class Athletic Mgr. Physical liclucatiou SARAH J. BATCH ELER Howell Limited XVILDA BAYES Bryan, Ohio Portia Literary So- ciety Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Civic League ' Student Council Honor Teacher Primary GRACE W. BEACOM Pickford Y. W. C. A. Portia Literary Society Normal Choir U. P. Club College Comedy Primary ELVIRA I. BEDINGER Berrien Springs Commercial Club Commercial -a PEARL L. BELL , .Ravenna Webster Debating Club, President English and History FRED C. BATES Mancelona Arm of Honor Chemistry Club Pre-Medic Club CORA M. BEACOM Pickford Portia Literary Society Girls' Friendly Society U. P. Club Camp Fire Y. W. C. A. 2 Indoor and Gutdoor Meet, '17 , Primary IRENE LoU1sE BEAN P Royal Oak Y. W. C. A. . General V PAULINE BEHLER A Lowell L Mu Delta Sorority Y. W. C. A. Primary HILDA S. BERG Dollar Bay Y. W. C. A. U. P. Club Euclidean Club Mathematics BERNICE BERNO T Ypsilanti Y. W. C. A. Primary BERTHA M. BIELBY Lake City Zeta Tau Alpha Normal Choir Y. VV. C. A. -Cabinet Senior Public School Music A Art Club Music and Drawing INA M. BINNS Holloway Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Lenawee County Club General I A Esrmzn BLITON Ann Arbor Limited S RUTH. BOCKES p . Cheboygan Kappa Gamma Phi Y. W. C. A. General GENEVIEVE L. BIEHLER Stanwood General MARION BILLBROUGH Ypsilanti Natural Science and History jizssna D. BIRD Ypsilanti Mathematics and Ger- man T TVIARIAN BoCKEs R Cheboygan Kappa Gamma Phi Y. VV. CLA. General OLLAND BOGUE Cassopolis Chi Delta Soccer Team Track Normal Band Special Student BIARTIN D. Bos Zeeland Cl1i Delta Lincoln Debating Club Ferris Institute Club General ALEC BOYD Vermontville Y. M. C. A. 9 Euclidean Club , - Chemistry Club A Physical Science and Mathematics MARY E. BRADLEY Plymouth Sodalitas Latina Normal Choir A Die Genossenschaft Guardian of Tionesta Camp Fire Tocamiigi Camp Fire Latin and German JAMES R. BREAKEY, jr. Ypsilanti Stoic . Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 1917-18 Lincoln Club 1918 I Pres. State Representative of Oratorical Board Athletic Council 1917 -18 . F. I.-M. S. N. C. De- bate ' I. S. N. C.-M. S. N. C. Debate History fClub Vice- president Student Council 1917 Men's Union - Aurora Business Mgr. History and .French GLADYS BRIDGER Perry Tocamfigi Camp Fire Civic League Shi See Club Limited ' VERA E. - BOYCE Stockbridge Normal Choir Primary ALETHA BRADEN ' Byron Y. W. C. A. College Eastern Star Civic League Shi See Club Tocamfigi Camp Fife General . MDNETA BRAUN Ypsilanti Dramatic Club Y. W. C. A. General EMILY BRIDGE Trenton Y. W. C. A. Craft Club Industrial Arts MARGU1-:RITE E. BRINGLOE Ypsilanti Sigma Nu Phi Stoic - D Y. W. C. A. Girls' Friendly Society Primary V PHYLLIS BROAN Houghton Sigma Sigma Sigma Minerva Literary So- ciety History Club Y. W. C. A. History and Geogra- phy DORIS BROOKS Flushing Laonian Drama SO- ciety Public School Music Club A Q Normal Choir Music and Drawing BKARGARETE I. BROWN Birmingham Y. W. C. A. General ' MARGARET BUCHANAN M Detroit General LUELLA D. BUNKELAMAN ' Dundee Normal Choir Treasurer, Kindergar- ten Club t Kindergarten ' BEATRICE BROOKS Cheboygan Y. VV. C. A. Primary MARY BROOKINS N. Manchester, Ind. General, MARIE BRUNETTE ' Laurium U. P. Club Catholic Students' Club Arts and Craft Club Primary HELEN E. BUCKLE Tawas City Y. W. C. A. General JEUNE BUNTING Henderson Harmonious Mystics ' Shi. See Club General L1coN Y. BURRELL Ypsilanti Men's Union Crafts Club lXlanual Training RUTH L. CAIRNS Ypsilanti Primary EDITH M. CARGILL Marlette Y. VV. C. A. Euclidean Society, Treasurer Mathematics and Nat- ural Science FRANCES CARMODY W'atervliet Iunior Degree DARLEEN CARR Ionesville Primary LAURA E. BUSCH Big Rapids Euclidean Society Normal Choir' Mathematics and His- tory PEARL CALDWELL Irnlay City Y. W. C. A. General OLIVER CARLsoN - .I Albion Arm of Honor Baseball, '17-'18 Physical Education - RALPH CARPENTER It . U - ,Dexter Chi Delta Commercial Teachers' . Club Soccer '17 , Class Basketball, '18 Reserve Basketball, '18 Y. M. C. A. ' Men's Union Class Treasurer, '17, '18 Commercial - MARY G. CARR ' Ionesville Commercial Teachers' Club Commercial HOMER CARTER Ypsilanti I. S. N. C.-M. S. N. C. Debate Sophomore Represen- tative Oratorical Board Euclidean Society Vtfebster Club English and Mathe- matics ' MARTHA I. CHAPIN Eden Mu Delta Sodalitas Latina, Treasurer Latin and French BEATRICE A. CLARK Coudersport, Pa. Y. W. C. A. Physical Education Club Shutanta Campfire Guardian Tawasi Campfire Physical Education MABEL A. ' CLARK Muskegon Ferris Institute Club, General MILDRED CLARK Bad Axe Thumb Club Y. W. C. A. Limited A CAROLYN A. CASE Ypsilanti General EMELIA V. CHIABOTTO Negaunee Catholic Club U. P. Club Commercial DORIS I. CLARK A P Grand Rap1ds ' Alpha Sigma Tau Kindergarten Club, President Kindergarten T MARADIA B. CLARK Wfhitehall Sodalitas Latina Bobugi Camplire Latin-German NORA CLARY Hastings Physical Education Lomax M. CLAWSON Sliaftsburg Sodalitas Latina Latin Play 1917 ' Latin German Em M. CLOUGH Ypsilanti General Iocia CoGG1Ns I 'Grand Blanc , Catholic Students' Club History Club History and French AGNES CoNDoN Laurium Catholic Students' Club , U. P. Club General ' EDNA I. COOK' H Onondaga A Primary ' CAROL M. CLEMENT Hillsdale Y. W. C. A. Normal Choir Graded BERTHA M. CLYNE Yale Y. W. C. A. ' Sodalitas Latina ' College Eastern Star . Girls' Friendly Society Thumb Club . Latin Play 1917 . Camp Fire Latin-German MARIE, CoGG1Ns . ' Flint Catholic Students' Club General LUCILLE Co1QIE Pontiac Y. W. C. A. General DORIS E, COOLEY Manchester Theta Lambda Sigma Commercial Teachers' Club A -S. A. Club Commercial HAROLD G. COOBIBE Osceola Y. M. C. A. General IWARGUERITE H. CORCORAN Escanaba Public School Music Club Art Club Normal Choir U. P. Club Catholic Students' Club Music and Art IHILDRED CORNWELL Cadillac Y. W. C. A. General IWAUDE R. COULTER Owendale College Eastern Star Thumb Club Y. W. C. A. Camp Fire Normal Choir Primary RHEA E. COVERDALE De Witt Y. W. C. A. General GENEVIEVE COONEY Gaines Catholic Students' Club Physical Education Club Camp Eire Physical Education HELEN CORN WELL Cadillac Y. W. C. A. General HAZEL COTA in Belding Primary EDITH M. COUPER Azalia Sigma Sigma Sigma Primary IQATHERINE C. CRAIG Marshall Crafts Club, Vice- President Industrial Arts 'n tj 'via Gi-LRTRUDE CRISS MAN Utica Minerva Literary So- ciety Normal Choir Y. VV. C. A. Civic League General DIARY J. CRONINGER ' Normal Choir General AG-NES CRYDFRMAN - Ravenna History Club Y. W. C. A. History and English FRANCIS M. CURRIE Detroit Kappa Psi V Euclidean Society Mathematics V FLOYD CUTCHER A Armada Chi Delt Y. M. C. A. Science Club A Normal Choir Physical and Natural Science MRS. Bzzssnz B. CRONE Palous e, Washington Y. W. C. A. Dramatic Club C Woman's State Ora-- torical Contest at Kalamazoo, March . 1,1918 Expression DALE' I. CROWE . Saugatuck Alpha Tau Delta Men's Union, Secre- tary '18 Senior Athletic Man- ager, T18 Track '17, '18 Football, .'17 Basketball, '18 Student Council, '18 Athletic Council, '18 Physical Education NiNA M. CUNNINGHAM' Ypsilanti Lenawee Club, Treas- urer Y. W. C. A. Primary RUTH G. CURRY Highland Park Kindergarten Club Kindergarten Y. W. C. A. NVANDA DAGGY Michigan City, Ind. Euclidean Club, Secre- tary, '17, '18 Dramatic Club Mathematics and Ex- pression RU'fH DAVEY Rives Junction Rural DORIS DAVIS Big General M. EVELYN DEER Rapids Birmingham ' Normal Choir Y. VV. C. A. 'General' BERNICE M. DELL Y. W. C. A. General Lansing ALICE M. DENMAN A Y. W. C. A. U. P. Club General Norway IVA M. DAVIDSON Mason Commercial Club Commercial NINE'f'l'A DAVIS . Ypsilanti General MRS. MAY L. DEGREENE Ypsilanti Civic League W History Club Stoic Discussion Club History RUTH E. DEMAROIS Hubbell Catholic Students' Club U. P. Club Kindergarten Club Kindergarten NlE1'A lX1A12 DENNISON Detroit Harinonious Mystics Public School Music Club Fiue Arts Club Music and Art Gxouuilx LUENTON Richmond Normal Choir ' General HILDEGARD DIETZ Toledo, Ohio Ohio Club . Y. NV. C. A. German and History ANNIS DRIGGET'l' ' Charlevoix Kindergarten Club Y. W. C. A. Civic League Tocamfigi Campfire ' Kindergarten LILA E. DUNNINGTON Hartford Civic League Y. W. C. A. l English and History EL1sE DURAIN I Lancaster, Ohio Stoic Portia Literary Society Ohio Club Kindergarten Club Y. W. C. A. Assistant Editor of Aurora, '18 - ' Kindergarten ANNA D. DICKINSON Charlotte Y. W. C. A. . Civic League General AGNES E. DODGE . Ringwood, Illinois Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Editor in Chief '18 Aurora ' i Student Council, Vice- President President of King Hall Akita Zanki Camp- iire ' Manager of Ropes, '17-'18 Physical Education Club Physical Education CORA B. DRIGGETT g Charlevoix Y. W. C. A. ' Normal Choir Civic League Tocamfigi Campfire Primary . 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FORD Buchanan General LYDIA F.. Foxy Trenton Y. W. C. A.' General GLADYS FRASER A Detroit Catholic Students' Club ' is General, EMMA G. FRENCH Grand Rapids Alpha Sigma Tau General 3" ox! 3 y W ig 5 gk Qwix 1? gs XXXXX XNQ X NN? X EX X Q. A 54 fb mrst .W-wx ' Q . ::.s:r:Vf4i 0'-' wifi'-,1. , 'xi A ' if -"' 1 13.155, 5':,.:f:f f f fiiia f ,, , ' "YN ' Q . .- ' .V " , f ,ffff -.af S1 ie: V gg: ,wg , . a::g::'z::'w-:g':'-"xg., s . ' M .,-:sggsay ' . 2:5-+25 wv ,vrsexfl-f.f.fSxv . Nm 1 7-seq.. f rx : ' 1 A ss, -V: 'ini f:.:'ri 4 A:--,: J , M ATILDA FOLEY Luzerne Discussion Club History Club Oratorical Board W'odeso Club i Y. VV. C. A. A History and Spanish ' LUCILE FoRL:sTr:R Dearborn Theta Lambda Sigma Primary HUGH FRANCIS Ontonagon Alpha Tau Delta Oratorical Association, President U. P. Club, President ormal Choir History Club Catholic Students' Club Lincoln Debating So- ciety . S.-N. S.-M. S. N. C. Debate History and Education ANTOINETTE FRAZER Cheboygan Mu Delta General . 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W. C. A. Euclidean Society CVice-Presgb Mathematics and His- tory ESTHER A. HAAS ' - Ypsilanti Y. W. C. A. Civic League Dramatic Club General Course LULU F. HALE Saranac General A MARY HALLENIUS Gaylord Graded VADNA R. HALLER Michigan City n . Y. VV. CL A. U Primary H1:L1:N HANDLON General Carson City LUCIIIL' E. HARRX Vlfodeso Millington Y. VV. C. A. Oratorical Board ' Albion Debate HELI:1x HEATH Primary' ' Ypsilanti MARY F. HEBDRICIQ Graded Grand Ledge 8 sk EDITH L. HAMLIN Decatur Y. XV. C. A. General VVIBIFRIID I. HARLAN Hudson Y. XV. C. A. . Lenawee Co. Club Rural SARAH C. HAXNVLEY Belding Civic League Niormal Choir General Course OLWE G. H12ND12Rsoi Cassopolis Zeta Tau Alpha Art Club Normal Choir All College Comedy Girls Meet 17 Camp Fire Fine Arts Z. RUTH HERBAN 'Frankfort O. 12. S. 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' General JOHN BOYCE HUBBARD , Ypsilanti Alpha Tau Delta Editor of Normal News Pres. Lincoln Club "Y" Cabinet A Stoic Student Council Oratorical Board Alt. on F. I. 'Debate junior Class Sec. All College Comedy S. C. A. Vaudeville RUTH A. HULBERT Saint Ignace Upper Peninsula T Club General , PEARL HULL Dimondale Y. W. C. A. Primary HELEN H. HOUSEWORTH Ypsilanti Kappa Psi Sorority Y. W. C. A. All College Comedy General HELEN C. HOWLETT Ypsilanti General RUTH E. HUGHES Imlay City Thumb Club Euclidean Club Wodeso Club Mathematics and Eng- lish . FLORENCE B. HULETT Armada General DOROTHY HUNT Bellaire Craft Club Civic League General 1.4. will 'iw aff BEULAH I. HUNTER Vermontville Y. W. C. A. General LILIAN HUTCHINSON Lake Linden Delta Phi English and History GLENN P. JACOX Belleville Physical- Education f GEORGIANA JICHELLS Grand Ledge Latina Soldalitas Latin and German ETHEL E. JOHNSON Norway General ANNE E. HURJA Crystal Falls U. P. Club General EDITH IE. JACKSON. 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Civic League General .AGATHA M. IQELLY Chelsea Catholic Students' Club General GLADYS IQENDRICK Lansing Stoic Society Art Club - Y . NY. C. A. Art NIARY E. KENNEY Milwaukee, lNis. Physical Education Club Catholic Students' Club . Shutanka Campiire Physical Education RUSSELL A. IQENT Toledo, Ohio Alpha Tau Delta History Club Oratorical Board, '16 Sec. '17 VVebster Debating ' Club, Pres. Pall term '17 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet '16, Pres. '17 College Orator, '18 Student Council College Comedy ' History ZAIDA E. ICEYES Nashville Y. VV. C. A. ' English and History KA'l'HliYN C. IQELLY Bay City Catholic Students' Club ' General Domi C. KENNEX' Milwaukee, Wfis. Catholic Students' ' Club Sodalitas Latina. Latin and German NELLE GERTRUDE ICENNEY Muskegon ' Y. XM C. A. 'Civic League ' English and History ZENIILY IQISSKEY Hubbell U. P. Club Arts and Crafts Club Primary lumix RosE Knin ' Utica General ELLA L. KILE Caro Laonian Drama So- ciety Primary N ETTA ICINCI-I I Grindstone City Ferris Institute Club General KATHRYN M. KINNEY Grand Rapids Catholic Students' . Club Ferris Institute Club Civic League General ' ' GER'mUD13 KNOPIDLOSKI l Ironwood Catholic Students' Club A U. Pg Club General MARGARET' M. KOUDELKA . Ludington Kappa Gamma Phi Catholic Students' Club General I 76 LOUISE H. KINCAID I-Iersey Zeta Tau Alpha Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Senior Public School Music Club ' Library Staff, Junior Ass't ' Normal Choir Public School Music English MILDRED KING y Howell Y. W. C. A. Arts and Crafts Club General GRACE E. KITCHELL Lakeside Normal Choir Graded VIOLA KOPPELO - Paines dale Limited MARIE ELIZABETH KRAYER Troy, 0l1iO Ohio Club Y. XV. C. A. Ukulele Club College Eastern Star All College Comedy General I F 5 .s il -l I l l l 1 l l I 5 2 5 li 2 is -1 . l l I E t f 1 5 .l -1 l l i t 4 , 1 1 Q 3 E 7 ,..n....-.V-,M.. a se.-,,....,,, i f.-.wma-W BERTHA TQRIEDERMAN Cheboygan General EDNA A. KUNZE East Tawas Theta Lambda Sigma Primary ELIZABETH LANE Hopkins Alpha Sigma 'Tau Kindergarten Club Kindergarten IENNIE N. LARSEN A Oninnesec- Y. W. C. A. U. P. Club Primary BERNIECE LAWLER Williamston Zeta Tau Alpha Commercial Club Catholic Students' Club All College Comedy Commercial . li GRACE D. KRUSE Lima, Ohio Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Laonian Drama So- ciety - Ohio Club VVomen's League Congregational Club, Pres. General HORTENSE LA BERGE East Tawas Catholic Students' Club Kindergarten Club Kindergarten . DOROTHEA LANGSTON Jackson General g LEWIS M. LASH Lowell Alpha Tau Delta Y. M. C. A., Vice- President All College Comedy, Stage Mgr. Normal Choir Camposity Editor, Au- rora, '18 Class Yellmaster, '18 Men's Union Chemistry IXDAH M. LEACH Shiloh Ferris Institute Club Y. VV. C. A. Normal Choir General CLARE LEDWIDGE Pinckney Catholic Club Stoic Society Honor Teacher in 7th Grade General CARMEN LELAND Pinckney Y. XV. C. A. O. E. S. . 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MACNEIL ' Deckerville Thumb Club Junior Library Staff Secretary of Class, '18 General LYDIA IVIARR Howell i 'Commercial Teachers' Club L Y. VV. C. A. Commercial HELEN M. MARTIN - V Charlotte Pi. Kappa Sigma 'Y. NN. C. A. Primary . ' S I 9 NELLIE C. LYNCH Cheboygan Primary FLORENCE I. MACLAREN Sault Ste. Marie U. P. Club ' General VVINIFRED lV.l:ADDAUGH East jordan Primary ELOUISE A. MARTIN Muskegon General PEARL LLXRTIN Royal Oak Mu Delta Y. XV. C. A. Primary FREDERICKA H. MARTINI A Lansing Stoic Normal Art Club, Acting President Y. W. C. A. Normal Choir Art Editor Aurora Fine Arts ' FRANCES MAUDE A Grand Rapids Sigma Sigma Sigma Physical Education Club Normal Choir Y. W. C. A. General ARLIE MCBAIN A Mancelona A Akita zanki Camp Fire Mathematics LUCILE MCCLENATHAN Detroit' Primary EFFIE R. MCDOUGALL Imlay City Mathematics, Natural Science MARY M. MASSE Muskegon Catholic Students' Club Primary Course M. ROBINA McAUsLAN St. Johns Primary HARRIET MCCLELLAN . 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RICE ' Big Rapids Ferris Institute Club General KI RHEA RIEED . Stanwood Y. W. C. A.' Normal Choir Senior Public School Music Club Public School Music LILLIAN B. REEvEs Caseville Pres. Thumb Club Civic League ' Science Club General Com A. RENWICK Salem Y. YN. C. A. General ELISABETH RICE Midland Thumb Club, Sec.- Treas. Civic League Y. VV. C. A. All-College' Comedy English and Science ESTHER RICHARD Howell Sodalitas Latina Latin and English MARY HELEN RICHARDS East Tawas Theta Lambda Sigma General CATHERINE M. Riccs -lonesville Commercial Club Commercial A RACHEL Riccs ' Belleville Y. W. C. A. ' General LOVISA RoBER'rs , Sandcreek Mu Delta Lenawee County Club Civic League General FLORENCE I. Roor Minneapolis, Minn. Theta Lamba Sigma Kindergarten Club Kindergarten 9 1 A , ,gin c MAUDE L, RICKERT Freeport King Hall Y. W. C. A. Limited EDNA J. Rrecs Belleville Arts and Crafts Club General GRACE RILEY - Ypsilanti 'Manager Dumb Bells, '1 Physical Education Club Physical Education MX'l1TELLE ROGERS Detroit Physical Education Club Stoie Manager Girls' Indoor Meet '17 Athletic Council Student Council Physical Education Glconmc Ronxxn ljnrinzi Chi Delta Stoii' Student Council Normal Choir Pres. Coinnwrciall 'l'c:1cl1ers' Club Comincrcinl SYLVIA I. RU NCLMAN Chelsea Eastern Star Club Y. VV. C. A. Civic League General RUTH RUTTER - Romulus Primary OLGA ' SALMU Hancock Kindergarten Club Kindergarten - MARGARET A. SANGSTER Decker Thumb County Club Limited RTAREE SCHAEFFER N A Olney, Illinois Y. W. C. A. . General ETHEL RUTLEDGE Newark, Ohio Ohio Club Y. VV. C. A. - College Comedy ' General A. NORINE RYAN Baraga Catholic Students' Club Upper Peninsula Club Primary ' PAUL V. SANGREN Ravenna Wfebster Debating Club Terre Haute Debating Team F. I. Clubg Y. M. C. A. General ES'1'ELLA MAE SAYERS Saginaw Thumb Club General GRACE SCHENK Chelsea Harmonious Mystic Art Club Public Music Club Choir Music and Art ELLA L. SCHNEIDER ' Saranac Normal Choir u ' Eastern Star Club General DOROTHY L.SCHUMACHER Chelsea Y. W. C. A. ' Primary CATHERINE L. SCOTT ' Howard City Alpha Sigma Tau Kindergarten Club A Y. W. C. A. Kindergarten A BEATRICE SEAMAN Minden City General I MARY L. SEYFARTH Silverwood Y. W. C. A. Limited MARION M. SCI-INOOR Marine City Harmonious Mystic, Pres. Normal Choir Public School Music Club Pres. of Sorority Council Y. W. C. A. Music and Art RosE SCHUTZ ' Durand Catholic Students' Club General EVA L. L. SCOTT Dimondale English and History IRENE SEWER Ypsilanti Primary HIQLEN Su .xw Ynssar Manager jump, '17 Mnnaxgci' Unsli, 'IS Physical lid. Club Slllllillllill Czunpiirc Vlxysiczxl liducation KATHLEEN SHANV ' St. Clair Delta Phi Dramatic Club Expression and His- tory MARGUERITE SHEA A Laurium I Catholic Students' Club U. P. Club General CELEsTE SHERMAN - Detroit General LORETTA M. SLACHCIKOWSKI Bay City Catholic Students' Club General W BLANCHE M. SMITH Corunna Normal Choir General JA l NIYANDA SI-IUAW Grand Ledge Y. W. C. A. Civic League All College Comedy General A FLORENCE C. SHEFFIELD Oxford Y. W. C. A. Minerva Literary So- ciety A Watseya Campflfe Normal Choir English and German BERTRAND F. SIBLEY Ann Arbor General EDITH L. SLEEPER South Haven Physical Ed. Club Physical Education CARRIE SMITH Algonac Y. VV. C. A. General GRACE M. SMITH Allegan - Catholic Students' Club Primary VERA I. SMITH Ovid Treble Clef Normal Choir Primary V LILLTAN I. SPEER Ypsilanti General ALTA L. SPEERS , Williamstoii Zeta Tau Alpha All Comedy Concert Mathematics and Ger- man RUTH SQUIRE Brighton Y. W. C. A. General 19 -21 ' REVA SMITH Petoskey Minerva Literary So- ciety Euclidean Society Stoic Mathematics and Eng- lish JANET SOUTHARD Harbor Springs Treble Clef Physical Ed. Club Campfire Physical Education Luciui E. SPIZER Ypsilanti Normal Choir Primary L12o1.1N12 L. Svixrxnmi Rudyard Y. XY. C. A. XN'odcso Club Discussion Group . General l.m'1l.ic S'r.xNFoRn Miidlamd Siginn Nu Phi Vliysicaxl lid. Chili hlzunnici' -lnnioi' liais- kci linll 'l7 Shnlnnkn fzunptirc l'hx'sicnl I-lliicntimi IHARION STANLEY New Britain, Conn. Harmonious Mystics Kindergarten Club Kindergarten DORA I. STEIN Harbor Springs Treble Clef Sorority Council History Club, Treas. History and Expres- sion MAUDE L. STYSHENS Birmingham Y. W. C. A. Graded THELMA F. STEVENS Breckenridge Wodeso Club Suffrage Club, '17 Expression and Eng- lish IRETA AMAE STEWART VVren, Ohio Ohio Club Y. W. C. A. Primary MYRTLE STEADMAN Pigeon Eastern Star General A MARIE STEIN, Belleville Y. W. C. A. Civic ,League ' Ukulele Club ' General GLADYS E. STERLING Ludington Catholic Students' Club Commercial Club Commercial Iosnz STEVVARD A Arcadia Xkfodeso General BINA STINCHCOMB General Sunfield I-IARRIET STOFER Chelsea Commercial FLORENCE STOLTZ Saginaw Commercial Club Commercial LENA G. STRENG Lansing General LOUISE SWARTHOUT Fowlerville Treble Clef English and History MARY LoU1sE-TAVIBNNER Parkersburg, W. Vir- gmia Alpha Sigma Tau Normal Choir Conservatory Quartet Public School Music sVf . 9 GLADYS S. STOLL Lansing Y. W. C. A. Civic League General LOUISE STONE Lima, Ohio Laonian Drama Soci- ety, Pres. Minerva Literary Soci- ety , Ohio Club Stoic Aurora Staff Y. VV. C. A. Honor Teacher, Sec- ond Grade S. C. A. Vaudeville Primary ELZADA B. SU M MERS ' Mayville Primary lEu.121zN TALFORD U Clayton Primary lSI.SllE M. T.xx'I.oR Mason Y. NV. C. A. lil'llll1ll'j' MARY H. TAYLOR 1 Sparta Kappa Psi Y. W. C. A. Civic League Crafts Club General EMMA TENNANT Munger Graded VVAHNEETA B. THOMP- SON n .OWOSSO Y. W. C. A, Shi See Club Ukulele Club General GLADYS THORNTON Farmington Euclidean Club Akita Zanki Camp- ' Fire German and Mathe- matics IANETTE TIBBI'l'S Saginaw Sigma Nu Phi Normal Choir Primary VVINIFRED M. TEMAN Grand Ledge General ADELAIDE THOMPSON Owosso Harmonious Mystics Primary IMZARION THOMSON Detroit Delta Phi Y. VV. C. A. Congregational Club Portia Literary Soci- ety Primary BLANCHE THROOP . Milali Y. VV. C. A. General RUTH PE. Timzy Greenville Harmonious Mystics V. BERNICE TIFFANY P Jonesville Minerva Literary. So- ciety Sodalitas Latina Y. W. C. A. Civic League Latin and English Q RUTH H. TORNQUIST Laurium Normal Choir Y. W. C. A. History and German MAIQION ELLA TRUMBLE St. Clair Portia Literary Soci- 'Cty A Girls' Friendly Society General ESTHER E. UNRUH Lansing General' N. HliI.EN VOGLL Sterling Commercial Teachers' Club Commercial 98 xiz I LYNELL L. TODD ' Cheboygan Normal Choir Civic League Primary MYRL13 TREXVARTHEN Ouinnesec Normal Choir U. P. Club Graded . ELSIE TUCKER Calumet Normal Choir General 1-I.'xR1m-:'1' Xi.-KN .AKEN Detroit Kappa Psi Student Council Primary lXl.1xx' YuooM.xN Muskegon llcights l'rim:1ry I was ,ws- RUTH L. WAGNER ' Saginaw Mu Delta Primary HULDA B. WALKER Ypsilanti Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Art Club, Treas, A Fine Arts AGNES VVARDROPER - V Ypsilanti Harmonious Mystics Piano EMMA WATSON Adrian Y. W. C. A. Commercial Club Lenawee County Club Commercial ' MIRS. MARY H. VVATTERS Mancelona Primary ZELLA VVALDRON ' Coldwater Y. VV. C. A. Limited LUCILE XVALLACE - Denton Harmonious Mystics . History Club ANNETTA XNATL1 NG Ypsilanti Mathematics and Phy- sical Science GUY R. XVATTERS Mancelona Mathematics and Sci- ence CATHERINE XNEBER ' Owosso Harmonious Mystics Shi See Club S. A. Club Primary DORIS E. WELCH Tecumseh ' Lenawee County Club Y. W. C. A. Limited CLARA E. WENDT A b Bay City All College Comedy Y. W. C. A. General FRANCES E. WHITE Grand Rapids General MARION L. WHITE Detroit Alpha Sigma Tau Fine Arts ORA WILcox Lansing Girls' Friendly Society History and Geog- raphy 98 Ja 0 TIQELYS ' O. WELLS ' Charlotte Primary CORA IRENE VVHITE Gladstone U. P. Club Ukulele Club Limited IVIAUDE NVHITE St. Johns Primary Lois J. XYHITEI-1E.xD Newaygo Kindergarten Club lilIldCl'gZ1I'lQCIl 1.1-t.-xii M. XYILDE Saginaw Mn llcltzi Catholic Slllklk'lllS'Killll1 l'rim:n'y EMILY G. VVILLIAMS Grand Ledge Civic League Y. VV. C. A. . General JENNIE M. WILLOUGHBY Memphis W Y. W. C. A. iPrimary EYELYN T. WILSON Almont Y. W. C. A. Euclidean Society Wodeso 'Club Civic League Mathematics E and His- tory ' KA'fE A. WILSON Central Lake, Antrim County General ISABELL VVINEGAR Escanaba Pi Kappa Sigma Catholic Students' Club Kindergarten Club Kindergarten ETI-IEL E. VVILLIAMS ' Seneca Lenawee County Club Y. VV. C. A. p General , QLGA C. VVILLS Capac Thumb Club Graded ISABEL S. VVILSON Romeo Laonian Drama Soci- ety Euclidean Society Y. VV. C. A. English and Mathe- matics REBECCA WILSON Ann Arbor Degree Lois XVINKLER Saginaw Kappa Gamma Phi Portia Literary Society General JESSIE L. WITHERELL Saginaw Delta Phi Pres. Portia Literary Society Laonian Drama Soci- ety ' Y. W. C. A. Honor Teacher N Sorority Council Primary FRANCESCA M. Woon Elsie Tawasi Camp Fire Interpretive Reading Contest , General MILDRED C. WRIGHT. Coldwater Normal Choir 1 Primary DORA YOUNG Ortonville Minerva Literary Soci- ety. ' History Club Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Civic League History and English IRMA ZAPF Monroe Treble Clcf General gli I 9 ....ll,.. ELLEN P. VVONDERO Mt. Clemens General Brass LUc1EL VYORMLEY Hillsdale Sodalitas Latina Saccus Malorum Y. VV. C. A. Campfire Latin and German ELSA VV. X7AUCH Houghton Upper Peninsula Club Public School Music Club Normal Choir Music and Art li'1'1e1 1-21. li. YL11I.I. Ha1'1'isx'ille Gemwnl lS.XlH-XI. LQ. ZIQHNER Stevelmsvillc lialllmlic Students' Club li1':ulv1l GERTRUDE BARKMAN W Lake City General EVA MACKENSIE Primary Calumet xl' U 98 I-IAVZEL LARKIN Pontiac General IRENE TIDEY Greenville Physical Ed. Club Tennis Team 1917 Akita Zanki Camp Fire Tennis Manager 1917 Class Basketball Team ' 1917 Physical Education What, Not Who The world has changed since long ago, - Has changed, and tho it's funny, A man's known not by his graceful bow, Nor alone for his pater's money, The world loves not the baser view, It looks for actions nobly true, We ask to-day not "Who are you," But just, my boy, "What can YOU do ?" Bold youth strikes out with vaunting air And makes wide proclamation,- "Behold," he cries, "my record fair, I come from ancient nation, My family tree contained the glow , Of a crown and cross in the long ago, My blood is blue,-" "But hold! Fen so," ' eWe cry: "My boy, what can 'YOU do ?" Sweet maid looks wide upon the world And sighs for the conquest's admiration 3 For her the joys, but slow unfurled, Breaks forth in eager contemplation. She, too, descends from ancient blue, The Pilgrim Fathers, and Generals, too,- But soft. My child, the times are new, Not what They were, What can YOU do? Worship not the titles of long ago, p ,Nor the dead in the far-gone past, Worship not the blood that used to glow, Nor the legends of domains vast, All that in song may softly play, Or tales and rhymes may beauty But in the strife of stern today 'Tis not dead past.--VV hat can YOU do? sh ow, So in this fray gird armor on, Nor fail to know the mandate stern, That Life means Strifeg when' once begun We from our follies soon must turn, And with deep faith and highest vow Turn face to Heaven and Forward go: Forget the past and live in NONV: And show the VVo1'ld what YOU can do. F7't,CiC7"ilT Zc"fQr"'l1, 1 C'ln.v.v of 7001 104 jf 1 105 1 b FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS OWEN CLEARY . ' . . Presidut JANET HOOD Vice-President HAROLD FOX . . Treasurer ALICE CHURCH . Secretary lfllw Freshmen Snap Shots Freshmen ! Ready always to do our best, Earnest of purpose,-the best to teach, Sincere in effort to meet each test, Happy in striving the heights to reach, Merry in all the Work we do, Every freshman loyal to you, Normal! . Pep, pluck, perseverance and patriotism personified by the Freshman class. As for our assemblies, We are willing to have them compared with any class as- sembly that ever took place, they are snappy, though no snap. The roar of the big Berthas on the wes- tern front has nothing on an acclama- tion vote at a Freshman class assembly. The Freshmen are to complimented on the promptness with which they arrive at Assembly, and the desire of all to gain front seats. Books--yes, even blue books are not beyond us! , One of the chief characteristics of the Freshman class,-the intensive coopera- tion of the feminine and masculine ele- ments at the beginning of the year. Prof. Lott does not lead us, shove us, or direct us, but guides us through our difficulties. e Freshmen class assemblies are surely wildly exciting. Indeed, some of us are scarcely able to attend to our knitting. Scholarship will out. VVitness the beam- ing faces of the Freshman at blue-book time. 107 4 Wx ' X V W 0 Xf v My g-S' M5 A CZWO H9 f O, n .4 6 1 Ea? x ' . 1 :i f N ll . w , Q' ,. f p 2 A 7 ' v igil' r ' A 'I ,yum N I -.,,.h.,'-, , - 1.22.8 .' I- A Tp , 5 N I u 4 -3.av,- - A m.vzQyn0md5. I V Camposity Section DEDICATION 4 VV'ith charity toward none, with malice toward all that wish to get malicious, with a strong right arm for those who seek revenge, with a hope that those Whose names appear herein will exercise their sense of humor half as much as We have overworked ours in collecting these episodes, with apologies to those who are really wronged if there are such, vvith a prayer that at least one gurgle of delight may bubble to the surface as you scan these pages, to you, gentle attendants of the M. S. N. C. We dedicate this Camposity Section. YPSI LIFE Menu from a Leading Boarding House BREAKFAST Corn flakes, Toasted Diluted Fluid of Bovine ' Encrusted Doughpiles, Browned Meat, in absentia Essence of H200 Filtered Mock Coffee, with condemned milk Napkins VDINNER Soup in bowls Bread, individual slices Vegetables sometimes Roast Beef a la tuffo Essence H20 refiltered 'Mock Coffee heated Desert Q Q Pie Fillet de Vacuum Napkins, Folded SUPPER ' Beef, resurrected Potatoes, with eyes Hot Canines, deaniniated Aqua PUT3, 111 g121SSGS, Mock Colfee again A Desert Dried apricots, bonded vintage 1763 Cookies, a la hardtack from Plymouth Napkins, Refolded llll ,Popularity Contest r NVho has 'done the most for M. S. N. C. in 1918? The,Student Council. The vote was unanimous. XVho is the Best Athlete? Genevieve Cooney vvon the majority of votes with her standing broad grin. I ' NVho is the Best Dancer? Eva Toivenen, who j igged her vvay into the hearts of the voters. XVho' is the Best Student? Any- Stoic, of course. ' N A Wfho is the Most Loquacious? Glen Banks-his "pep" speeches in assembly and weighty discussions in classes easily place him first in this class. XfVho is the Biggest Bluffer? Glen Banks. How does he vvork it? See, above. W7 ho Who W7 ho lfVho - XV ho is the thinks is the is the is the Most Reiigiaus? Alice "Church," ' she is? Frances Wimer. Fussiest Fusser? Francis Threadgouldq Biggest Heartbreaker? james Breakey. g Biggest Knocker? Russell Gee. He is the one that sees the hole in the doughnut. Q ' Who is the Biggest Booster? 'john Hubbard, thru the instrumentality of the Normal News, does more to boost his fraternity, promote college activities, lighten our spirits by his clever C?j humor, and furnish us with pages of adver- tising to read than any other student. Who is the Greatest Scientist? Burton Cllflontravillej Wood. He wishes to invent something to destroy the Kaiser, but he nearly had heart failure when a chlorate exploded in his test tube. t Who is the Handsomest Man? Van Amber Baker. He is a secondtDoug- las Fairbanks. VVhom do the girls think is the Handsomest? Hugh Francis. Wfho is the Wisest? Why "Wisdom" herself, "Breeze," you knowg VVho is the Most Patient Man on the campus? Professor Wilber. Imagine having the eleven members of the Aurora Board, the editor of the Normal News, his capable assistant, Lee Van Horn, and a few loafersholding forth in your office, and then try to picture yourself remaining calm and unruffied. 111 l I ,Q ! . l +5 A l is-2 H l ,Cx x ' z X X . f ', , .Q Q o X x . X W . I g ff g r I rr W y .Wiz fam' f77 3 s Lt., - 5 i if J, 'l , l I l l l l I 'mr Amrrncfxw am. Flour 1 l EVOLUTION THOU WORKEST WONDERS ' QFreshie,rcalling up a girl that he has known all his life.D Hello is this the house where Miss Alfalfa lives? Is she there? May I speak- B Hello is this Lau-er Miss Alfalfa? This is George Owl speaking. XrVhy-erfah-I-er- 3 just called up to see ah-if ah-you could go to a party at the gym Friday night? CGasps 1 weakly.D f 5 You have--ah-you are? Well, that's too bad-ah-er-I'm sorry. CAwkward pause.D if Well-ah-uh-um-I'm sorry. ,Il Well-Good-bye. P T l .CThree months later, same Freshie, calling girl he happened to see on campus.D r l K l r l li Hello is this the Pi Phace House? Is Helena Skirt in? If you please. Lg Hello, is this Helena? l-low are you today? , Fine, considering that I have not seen you for a long time. Why, don't you know? Can't you recognize my voice? This is George Owl. Wfhat, why surely you do-of course you have! The idea that I should call up a girl without ill -Oh Helena! I met you at the S. C. A. reception last fall. Don't you remember? Wfhat? You must have been sick some other time. lie There seems to be some misunderstanding here. You must let me come over and get lf it settled in person. Ah-how Friday night do ?-excellent show at the Martha. l, You have-Well how about Saturday? Or Sunday? I Qi All full-Well, when in the' next two months have you a vacant moment? Six weeks from Friday-all right., I suppose that will have to sullice. But- Y Oh, yes I do. Every word. You clon't realize what au earnest little person I am. N I took a prize in Sunday School once for being so purposeful. Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Et Cetera acl lnlinitum. l 1. nz f I 1 0 I gif .m.,., .. W 113 , ,I 1 S 114 , iv K f-TX Q s .11 it if I l r l 'A' s I Xl l A ' ' NX l 1 fx 1,1 f' f if 1 ff ls, 4 Xt rf ,A - 5 , ii I til 4 . A sa be f, - 3 1 lflllllllllll. l . . f p sez..- X ., K., A ' Q' .j " "" E rl - -,.-1.4-45 .. 3-Cy X i, dj ii-QXELM - 'g . . ' 'NORMAUTE' Escofznmo "Frantz" BACK ro HIS frmsmcu I Oft-Heard Expressions I regret to inform you- S I don't know, Prof.- h Are you going to be busy tonight? There will be an important meeting- Want, to trade a dance? Who're you taking? What'd you get on that blue-book? What's on at the movies tonight? We will close the assembly by singing- Who's the Jane? Can't. I got to study. Is he eligible this semester-P Miss Clark Cin geography classD-"Com- pare the rainfall and population of eastern and western Turkey." i Prospective teacher-"The rainfall is scanty and the people are thin."- The Sim-"Wilt thou." The Collar-"I wilt." "Beautiful sight down at the house last night." "What kind of a sight F" "Anthracite, my boy, anthracitef' Think It Over There are girls in every college Whose household science' knowledge' Never gets beyond the holding of a spoong They are mighty goodat flirting, But the truth is disconcerting, And the fact is they'll not marry very soon. Now our wisdom is not scrumptious 1 And we hate to seem presumptious, But we want to speak a little word or two, As the cuckoo clock's sweet cooing Keeps all mankind up and doing, .So do girls who learn to cook before they coo. M1iSS Alperman Creviewing idioms in French classj-"Mr. Wood, I want you." Advice to the Lovelorn DEAR Miss FAIRASK : I am in love with a young man who calls every Saturday night. The last time he called he nearly proposed, and I am sure that next Saturday night he intends to do so. Now I am a careful girl, and I want to do everything properly. Should I get permission from the Dean to accept him? Aus.-By no means, my dear girl, ask the Dean. - Such an affair is purely personal, and it is unnecessary to take anyone into your confidenceg besides it is not safe here, for your confidence might be betrayed. Do not be afraid that you are doing wrong, my dear. If you love him,.do not lose a chance to win him. Willing men like him are rare here at the M. S. N. C., and I am sure that your heart tells you what is wise. Good luck to you. . . DEAR Miss FAIRASK: I love my dog and my fiance equally well. Vlfhat can I do? FOUR EYES. ' Ans.-Poison your fiance. . Russell Kent, drinking a glass of grape juice, "Here's to my girl's beau, the best fel- low on earth." Mr. Powers "Slicker" was asked how many subjects he was carrying and replied that he was carrying one and dragging three. 3 115 : ,,.t,.-,,,-, , .,.., I ' I wx I Y z L 1 N 1 1 A S E M l 1, 1 e ,4 i '?'. 5 X 5- 'll i i 0.2 N N 1 W YI mt iff we. I l 'gf .. ggi? X N1 ax r 1 2 W l i f f f s W Nl I H s, if sl V 4 1411 ' ,N 1 AE 1: .5 5 V1 -li In V1 ,A IH l! 1 My 5 Q V I E 5 in fi ' l Ml M F V1 ,N M 4 X ,i 2 5 F A Ill ' I may ,Q NAR 49? fvzqfx, I Ji. , Q54 1X ,,, nw 5 ,A X' ,I xrfxx KQAQSXY Cx, Q 1 X 4 Xxx X ,xX,,4 -1' .A , H. , M.. Q '1 c 'tm , Q .g . , , ' Wggjfe. ,5n,.-f-,- a Q ,..,,--, . ..-V ,.,- , .. ' .va . N . . - -1q2b:,,gQ 4 1- ff V'1'fgQ"g ? - , 31,2 .V + x -' .qn..,3 - TN N K '- u 4,4 ' 1953: 1, O, . if 'I h ,KL ! Nz., . V 1. ' A ' . ,, Af, g5,fNef:a,1 fL.,:355??5Q,., ..,' V gibig- ' .fffffif-- Fl", ggi- Q, -. 'PE' ,f 1 '4.-fi' ' f Q.-5 Ljgqzhi 'fy7,qj,, ,.-,Y ' T 1 5" N . V .,.f -ff, 1 .. Nlf Wi V, VA A F 44,1 M ix L , . ,,,4,f: , M! QV, .Q V Q f., A ,4,W,,, qw , if , I . , ' ,f' -V - ma.. If . , - , X 3 Normal College News Clippings September ZS-Sophomores arrive in Old Ypsi and register at the m October November December gif - Z9-Freshman Frolic! Three cheers for the Seniors! What good, 5 peppy, congenial mixers they are! 1-Horrors! Board 34.00 and no meat on Friday! 6-S. C. A. Reception. Hoover Refreshments! ' 7-Freshies becoming acclimated. I 11-EX-President Taft speaks in Pease Auditorium. Lecture good-laugh better. 13-U. of M. Fresh Team Rings Up an 18-0 score against Home Team. A . ' 17-Sascha jacobinoff, Violinist, opens Concert Course. 20-Olivet came down with evident intention of Winning a football game. They did it. We played a clean game-Olivet? Nuff sed! 24-Green and White VVarriors pull down 28-0 score against Canadians! , f , 26-Girls enjoy Hallowefen Party at Starkweather Hall. Z7-Mt. Pleasant loses in Ypsi by gentle score. of Z6-0. A 1-State Teachers' Association at Grandi Rapids. Oh! Joy! Two days' holiday! Yea Faculty! A A 2fNo Smallpox! 1 i ' 14-Y. M. -C. A.. Drive is now on. President Dickey of Albion ad- dresses assembly. . ' , ' ' 17-Normal tie Cricketeers in opening soccer. 23-All College Comedy! Great Success. 25-"YM Fund reaches S4,500! ' , . Sophomore class gift S250 to "Y" Fund. 29-Cricketeers wreak vengeance on Normals. We eat our turkeyfless Thanksgiving dinner at ,boarding houses. 1-Windsor here. The game was won-three to one. '- 7-Societe des Instruments Anciens carries audience back to days of . . Courtier and Fair Lady. 9-Impressive service held in memory of Dr. Jones. 11-Miss Douning goes to Suffrage Convention at VVash- ington, D. C. ' ' 12-Soccer at Walkerville, Canada. Last game, but best. 13-Normal Choir sings with exceptional UD beauty. 14-Classification inwafternoon. 20-Convocation. Masterful address by Francis CT. Blair - f A of Illinois. ' . : - 21-Coal Shortage! Hurrah! We go home ,a whole day A A earlier and stay' at home a week longer! - . -'ix K . 1 ! A , rin' 117 January 8- XVe haveyfeasted and been merry-tomorrow we work. 12-Normal hands defeat to Detroit Lawyers. VVin by smashing score of 44-25. Some Team! 16-Philadelphia Qrchestra thrills their audience. . 17-Miss McClaren reads "Bought and Paid For." Q We win a nip and tuck fight with Bowling Green, Ohio. 19-Alma, our next victim. 21-S-H'-H! A Dead Secret! i S-H-H! Normal News Pay Up Day! 23-Twenty-ninth Annual Oratorical Contest. Kent is our college O1'3tO1'. . 25,-College is trimming all activities to save coal. r. ,la .,i .,' , J' gm!! 1 f Zvi V. fer , p 'W ,f ff 5351511 .Q f ,,,, v ,aff iz, i3gi,g?a-.f,szggg f g 4, f iv ijiif Z! , 24 ,Jr Eau. 'E wr, . 5 , . f. nf 1 , , 1. ff if - 1 W Af" ,. M, , 'f,'y gj,y,. iiiig'ff,f2M f 3. 4 s .. - , , ff. f ff fi . ' -ff-wh 1' A, .-,LJ .2 ,g .fy ,f 1 , gage., , ,, 4 , f- wf V W. f Q . V., 154 ,A , i, ,,,.y,!,, ,uf , 'lyfv 'Q jg, 'Q Q , .i ,fm , 25 ,fir gpg, , Many 1 -Q r as-if ff ..,.., . ., Sf V' lqeef' 1' Ai, iff H '7,:f!,jm5f'f" - A , W. , ,Q Il ,ef f f V f .Ai f 1 5 ' - ' , .V . ff -WZ? -X' B 2 i . y . Heatless, lightless nights! Sans lib- rary! Sans parties! Sans every- M3,3,.V thing ! l l 26-VVe swallow defeat in basket ball with Detroit Central Normal. Annual Fancy Dress Party at Gym. r Big Success! ' Miz: 2 .4 'ii - 28-Annual Newcomb Tournament. Final game won by Ruth Harper's team. February 2-Normal Wfarriors get back old iight- ing pep. Clean up on Detroit College f - of Law. ,-asf 5' , 'QW " ,wfifffiii in fig fit' " " A '31 if 'L L 7 .W , , . Y. NV. C. A. is making whirlwind cam- paign lOl . 725. af, Ogvgi WZ W Ll-Sign of sprin . ., f fihffifiksekfff if Q 4- r , 1,g.w:.m'ff'z llb! l i 1 f' 1 1 . A , , , 5-king Hall, oui pioneei co-operative house, more than proves a successful experiment. i 6-Lincolnites, as victorious debaters cop sumptuous feast, fur- nished by the Webster's. ' l ll-Beatrice Forbes Robinson gives brilliant address on "Feminism and the Great War." ' 16-Another needless and unnecessary announcement-the. Normals win two more games, Assumption and Mt. Pleasant. . A 17-+She is wedded! Who? Oh, just another Conservatory stu- dent. . E 21-Spring is here! '27-Normal wins hottest game of the seasonq Detroit junior College forces our team to an over time. March 2-Freshmen swim to victory in annual swimming meet. - 5-Mrs. Perkins urges girls to do not only their bit, not only their best, but their all. 6-Red Cross Concert. Good crowd-better program-best yet, 3375 for a good cause! J 7-Dr. Edward A. Steiner gives masterful address on the prob- lems of immigration. 8-Bessie M. Crone captures second place for us in the annual state contest at Kalamazoo. 9-Sophomores, as usual, win Fifteenth Annual Indoor Meet. 12-Mrs. Mary Masters Needham, a former member of the faculty I gives an interesting illustrated lecture on reconstructive work in France. 14-Dr. Van Tyne of U. of M. lectures on war. 15-We wake up to find part of our city washed away by the Huron. Mrs. Bessie Crone takes first place in annual reading contest. 19-Women students show their patriotism and register for na- tional service. 22-Convocation. Dean Willet of Chicago addressed the- class of six- ty-five graduates. P. M. We are off for vacation! ! 119 April .. Q ff 4. l-We have an extra day of vacation. April Fool! 3-Montraville Wood takes audience by storm with his wit and scientific wonders. ' 8-Our Red Cross gauze room is officially opened. 13-NVe opened our baseball season rather inauspiciously by being , Walloped by Assumption. ii 14-Sousa sends his jackie Band to help Ypsi go "over the top" in the Third Liberty Loan. ' 20-We take our first victory ofthe season from Alma. 25-Kollege Komedy! Snappy Program! Biggest event on campus. 26-Editor calls for calendar! - 27-Editor calls again for calendar! 28-Editor gets calendar! ! ! 120 CGGPUS FSCTIWTIES -' M 5 A 5 . Y I 1, ' f,'f' 4Mww!nm K ' MQMJMNMMJ ,M f 'E""T5i?-Q.'-'ia 3 I 5 . ' . it ' lk ' llllll II Illlllllll W f - ,. h . "rg l- I In A- -4 . f Z ,- v - ' V . 4 I . 1 X - IM f X C 121 D i 5 l .,i r s C 1 Q. I I I r l I I v ll ii i ,. i X. 1 I . r I v-' 1 l x 1 w . l , Y. M. o. A. The Y. M. C. A. is one of the largest organizations of the World. The out- standing feature of the Y. M. C. A. is service. Its members are the most active citizens in the vvorld's work today. The Y. JM. C. A. of the State Normal College has served unceasingly throughout our college life, not only its own members, but also the needy ones in foreign lands. The Sunday and mid-Week services have given immeasurable help that no human mind is able to estimate. Character making and physical upbuilding are intimately connected with the Y. M. C. A. When our connection is severed with college and our careers do carry us elsewhere, ever will our memories run back to the college Y. CM. C. A. , I OFFICERS ' RUssELL KENT . . . . . President LEWIS LASH . Vice-President 1 GLENN BANKS . . . Secretary ' LAURENCE DEBOER . . Treasurer Pro-tem . CHAIRMEN OF STANDING COMMITTEES CHAUNCEY WARREN. ...... . Religious JOHN HUBBARD . , Social RUSSELL GEE . , Bible JAMES BREAKEY . Membership - BURTON Woon A. . Advertising 123 x Rx 1 15 mc X J. :X K xl X XQX N X - Rx xx X Lx X X N X R RQXX X 'fix ri - wx X fi X X xx X xn. lx X X -Q N XXi X X X XM A X X LILLY STRONG . Y. W. C. A. . OFFICERS ' MARGUERITE WATKINS . . President WILDA BAYES . V ice-President BERTI-IA BARTLETT . Secretary HELEN BARTON. . Treasurer MARY GODDARD , ABIGAIL PEARCE - MRS.. CHARLES K HARRIET WORTLEY AGNES DODGE HCLDA WALKER BERTHA BIELBY LOUISE KINCAID DORA YOUNG ' General Secretary ADVISORY BOARD LAMB CABINET 124 MRS. BESSIE PRIDD SUSAN STINSON ELIZABETH CAREY MARIONB. VVIIITE DAISY CALL GRACE IQRUSE INA BINNS FRANCES XNIIMER VADA VERNON A 5 A The Catholic Students' Club In the years past the Catholic students attending the Michigan State Nor- mal College and Cleary Business College have attempted tomeet in a social way. About six years ago a permanent organization was established, and today it is a flourishing Clublwith a membership of one hundred fifty-hve. The meetings are informal gatherings held twice a month in The Catholic Club House. Besides thersocial functions and business meetings, the members are privileged to enjoy short talks onavital and interestng subjects by men and women of standing who have a message Worth while. The Club is governed by a simple constitution and is .maintained by moder- ate dues. The organization was established to promote social intercourse, social betterment, and a deeper appreciation of responsibilities and possibilities. . ADv1sERs p Miss ELIZABETH MCCRICKETT ,MRs. ARTHUR G. ERICKSON . Miss ELLEN DWYER ' Miss GRACE HAACK Miss MARY MCDER,MOTT Miss AGNES FORBES p MR. CLEMENS P. STEIMLE OFFICERS MARGARET BROOKS . . President ANNABEL SANFORD . Vice-President KATHLEEN MCCAULEY . . Secretary CLEMENS STEIMLE . - Treasurer 126 College Debators and Orators Top row, Left to Right-Francis A. Threadgould, James R. Breakey, Jr., John B. Hubbard, Russel A. Kent, Paul V. Sangren Hugh Francis, Lawrence DeBoer. - , Second row, Left to Right-Harold Fox, Lee Van Horn, Prof.F. B. McKay, Prof. O. 0. Norris, Prof. J. S. Lathcrs, Chauncey A. NVarren, Pearl L. Bell. Lower row, Left to Right-Nancy Jackson, Gladys A. Placeway, Josie Steward, Victoria Shaw, Bessie B. Croue, Della M McLachlan, Luciel E. Harry, Florence Brooks, Eloise Ewell. . The Oratorical Association The activities of the Oratorical Association are under the management of the Ora- torical Board consisting of the following oliicers for the present year: Hugh Francis, president, Ivaleen' Hough, vice-president, Russell Kent, secretary, Glenn Banks, treasurer, james Breakey, Ir., state delegate, Harold Fox, reporter, Lee Van Horn, Lincoln repre- sentativeg Laurence DeBoer, Webster representative, Homer Carter and Matilda Foley, sophomore representatives, Francis Threadgould and Helen Chew, freshman representa- tives, and Professor McKay, faculty representative. The closing event of last year was the public awarding of college honors to those who had participated in the intercollegiate speaking and.athlet1c events for 1916-1917. At the final assembly of students on June 13, 1917, the winners were seated upon the platform, Professor Bowen presided, and an enthusiastic program was carried' out. Gold medals were awarded to Geneva M. Ratliff, Martha I. Horton, and Lois A.. Sullivan of the woman's debating team, Clarence I. Ponton, Homer L. I. Carter, Hewitt M. Smith, Oakley Johnson, Henry E. -Seinen, Claude L. Benner, and Louis E. Grettenberger of the mens debating teams, and Ivaleen F. Hough, Oakley C. johnson, and Clarence I. Ponton in oratory. The last two men were 'conspicuous both as orators and debators. The honor list also included George C. Quinnell, james R. Breakey, jr., Myraum E. Burket, and james W. Williamson, who participated in the debate with Ferris Institute. The Webster Club was awarded the Switzer Cup for the year from the Lincolns,.they having a margin of ia number of points in a hot contest. This campus event constitutes a unique and climactic close to the oratorical events for the year and stimulates anew the student desire for speech efficiency. . The interest in speaking activities for the present year, in spite of war conditions and the absence of. older men upon the campus, 'has shown a substantial improvement. The competition between the Lincoln and Webster debating clubs has been unusually keen and spirited. The possession of the Switzer Cup was the bone of contention that prompted many an extra hour of preparation. ' If the Websters secured it this year, it was theirs permanently. The tryouts in oratory resulted in giving the Websters a lead, whereupon the Lincolns whipped every available man into line in the tryouts for the debate with Indiana State Normal School. It was a tooth and nail fight to the last and seemingly ended in a tie, both clubs claiming one point over the other. For days the fortunes of the trophy were in doubt, the decision hanging on the disposition of the fifth and sixth men in the preliminaries. Finally the case was taken to court with Professor Lathers as presiding judge. Both sides quoted the law and heckled their opponents, while their attorneys de- livered themselves of- eloquent speeches. The climax came when the judge in a solemn speech proclaimed the cup the property of the Lincoln Club. Both clubs have done splen- did work and thelfinal-awarding of the cup next year will give an added impetus to good work. The real fightis coming. , The Ferris Institute debate was dropped this year on account of war conditions and emphasis put upon the 'debate with Indiana State Normal School. The question for debate is, "Resolved, that the Mon- roe Doctrine should be abandonedfl It was interestingly debated in general assembly by picked men from the two clubs on February 6th. The wager in this contest was a free supper given to the winning club by the losers. Paul V. Sangren and Pearl L. Bell of the Webster Club represented the negative. The affirmative, defended by Francis A. Threadgould and James R. Breakey, Jr., of the Lincoln Club, won the decision. The Websters staged a delightful occasion at the home of Professor Norris, their critic. The men composing the teams for the Indiana debate were Chauncey A. Warren, Hugh Francis, and Paul V. Sangren, who debated the negative at Terre Haute, and Francis A. Threadgould, Lee Vanl-Iorn, and Harold Fox, alternate, who upheld the afnrmative on the home platform. Due to illness, james R. Breakey. Ir., of the affirmative 'team was unable to participate. The affirmative won the unanimous decision of the judges while the negative lost by a two to one vote. The woman's debating society, the XVodeso, has done excellent work this year. It accepted the gage of battle again with the Albion girls and put on a dual debate, April 19th. Misses Nancy Jackson, Iosie Steward, and Gladys A. Placeway defended the aftirma- tive at home and Misses Della M. McLachlan, Eloise Ewell, and Luciel E. Harry the negative on Albion's platform. They put up a spirited and commendable fight in both places but were defeated. In oratory, the peace contest has properly been waived for the period of the war. In the state contest in general ora- tory, held at Kalamazoo College, March lst, our speakers were Mrs. Bessie B. Crone, whose subject was. "Freedom Beacons," and Russel A. Kent with the subject, "America, the Hope of the NVorld." Mr. Kent was suffering serious throat infection and at the last minute was unable to participate. Mrs. Crone delivered one of the strongest orations in the contest, making a close run for lirst place and being given second place by the judges. The sixth annual intcrpretative reading contest was held March 14th. There were 35 entrants in the preliminaries and in the strong hnal contest, Mrs. Crone was again awarded first place, and a ten-dollar gold piece. Miss Nancy jackson received second place and tive dollars in gold. The Dramatic Club has put on a number of short scenes: nothing pretentious has been attempted. The varied activities under the auspices of the Oratorical Association spell confidence, growth, life to the numerous students who avail themselves of its opportunities. 128 L ORATORICAL BOARD 129 Indiana State Normal Debate - AFFIRMATIVE TEAM James Breakey Lee VanHorn Francis Tbreadgould Harold Fox, Alt 1 Question: Resolved, that the Monroe Doctrine should be abandoned. The affirmative team Won the unanimous decision at Ypsilanti. Thenegative team lost by a two to one decision at Terre Haute. I N 1cc:A'r1vlc Tm M Chauncey Warreli Paul Sungrcn llugh Francis l,illlI'l'IlCC llcliocr, Alt L30 Albion Debate ' AFFIRMATIVE TEAM - Gladys Placeway Josie Steward ' A Nancy Jackson Victoria Shaw Question: Resolved, that at the close of the present war an International Police. Force should be established to maintain peace. 4 Both decisions were unanimously in favor of Albion. The Ypsilanti pgirls were .not defeated in spirit. NEGATIVE TEAM i Luciel Harry Eloise Ewell Florence Brooks Della McLachlan 131 1 1 Freedom Beacons Extract from Oration given March 1,'1918, at Kalamazoo, by Mrs. Bessie B. Crane. How slowly the great human masses move forward! How doubtingly-e and fearfully they grope for the truth! How reluctantly they loosen their grasp on traditions! The mystic unknown speaks with strange, uncanny, voices. The venture of the future lures them on. They falter. They hope. "Oh, that we knew!" They cry. As they face the hazard of the unknown oceans, when, ' g "Behind them lie the gray Azores, Behind the Gates of Hercules, ' Before them not the ghost of shores, Before them only shoreless seas, And the good mate says, "Now must we pray, For lo! the very stars are gone!" g then how they long for some leader, some Columbus to stand upon the upper deck and, with eyes hired upon the far-off goal, send down the confident command, "Sail on! sail on! sail on'an on !" I p True of past ages, it is as true of the history of our own country. The principles for which, three hundred .years ago, our fathers braved the stormy deep, were put in jeopardy by the tyrannical policy of George III. What was to be done? Should they resist? VVas their cause just? How unite their forces? How sacrifice all? In the confusion of interests and issues, they needed some clear voice to catch the ear and inspire them to action. Out of the wilderness came a clarion call to arms .... The spirit of '76 was aroused and after six long years of struggle, they "proclaimed liberty throughout the land to all the inhabitants thereoff' The stars and stripes, Hung to the breeze recorded the achievements of its defenders, heralded the heroism and sacrifices of its heros. America was ,God's destined heritage, a. land not for tyranny, not for aristocracy, but for freedom and democracy. ' The first, the colonial crisis, -was safely passed and liberty attained. . . Q For fifty years our national life was uncertain. . .' . Was the flag of Bunker Hill to wave unchallenged over a wide domain, or be parted into fragments by the bickerings of a group of jealous principalities? Who should declare the na- tion's purpose? Standing in the Senate of the United States, towered the majestic presence of Daniel Webster. The nation's heart thrilled and echoed when, to Patrick Henry's immortal watchword of "liberty," he added another equally momentous, "union"-"Union and liberty3" . . . Then followed four years of bloody strife, a civil war .... Out of the chaos rose a new nation, mighty in resources, widened in territory,'and with a Hag that spells union and liberty. So' passed our nation crisis. Today-and what of today? An issue not of colonies, not of states, but of nations. . . . The issue involves no less a gigantic assumption than that all peoples of the human race shall be free and united in a mighty federation of the' world .... Again in the crisis a great man speaks and nations listen: "But the right is more precious than peace, and we shall fight for the things we have always carried nearest our hearts4for democracy, for the right of those who submit to authority to have a voice in their own govern- ments, for the rights and liberties of small nations, for a universal dominion of right by such nations and make the world itself at last free." . . . The bearing of the inspiring message of President Wilson toward a-war-torn and fearful world is unmistakable. That is the issue we face .... E We have met the issue by declaration of warg by calling into sixteen great cantonments for training one and a half million of our best defendersg by equipping our navies to struggle on the seas, by calls for billions of dollars for the industry of our peopleg by urging upon every man, woman, and child to conserve the nation's resources, and share in the sacrifice of this crucial hour .... Again, come ,ringing to our ears the deathless words of Patrick Henry. . --. -. - - The United States has declared war because, she wished to vindicate her membership, ing the sisterhood of nations. We advance withgladness because our entry is not prompted by greed or revengebut by a desire to deliver the world from violence and thus establish a lasting peace. This is the issue. Shall we cringe before a government which knows n'o law beyond its will and its necessity, a Government which trods under foot an innocent peopleg a Government which murders mothers and even children in arms: a. Government which upholds a principle against which humanity has been fight- ing for centuries--that might makes right? . . In the stern presence of action, the differences which divide us must cease. Prejudices, selfish ambi- tions, the greed of men, the cowardice and disloyalty of those who shirk duty must not continue. Fgght, light, not only confident of the justice of our cause, but alert against those forces within our own boun- daries which stand ready to divide us and thwart our purpose .... . Men and women of America, we are paying as the terrible price of our delivery, our own flesh and blood. Millions of women are being denied their right to motherhood and love. But-no matter how horri- ble, how maddening, if it means that the world thas been purged of militarismg if it means that old time systems have been abolished: .if it means that the nations have come a step nearer the kingdom of Christ: if it means that there has been established a fellowship binding men together in an everlasting bond of union that shall some day cover the earthg if it means that men have learned "to do unto others as they 'would be done by,"-then the sacrifice has not been in vain. Then it has been worth while for even mil- lions to die. A mighty future is before us. Peace will come and God's purpose will be achieved. Let our hearts catch up the triumphant note of the soldier-poet of the trenches: "The God who gave the cannon, gave the cross. The power that order out of chaos fashions, Smites fiercest in the warth-red forge of War- Have faith! Fight on! Amid the battle hell Love triumphs, Freedom beacons, All is well!" 132 L if nv tl -2. 3 fl Y il' -iv 'W Ai Fl uni -1 ,pu I of f -0 ad we Q7 4 4 Y 3 ,v 'K NNW MN a .9 .1 'E' America the Hope of the World Extract from Oratioiz given at Kalamazoo, by Russel A. Kent. I-n Harry sEmerson"Fosdick's latest book occurs this striking sentence: ' "The nineteenth century made the world a neighborhood., the twentieth will make it a brotherhood." The human' race-istoday .achieving a soli- darity never before dreamed. GPiutotracytis,-Wwefbeiieve, fmakingiits final stand with a mighty preponderance of power arrayed against it. The common man is experiencing a deeper sense of responsibility to his gen- eration and to generations yet unborn, and though bound by 'supersti- tions, bound by institutions, bound by his own human weakness, is slow- ly freeing his body from slavery and his mind from terror. In that human evolution, political organization has again and again made or broken human advance and held man's future as in the hollow of the hand. .Nat1ons, once the hope of the world, have lost their vision of humanity, and leadership has passed to another. At the present hours there can be no more fruitful study than that of the virtues that have exalted nations and the passions that have brought them low. . Greece was the first great nation that gave the world a democratic culture, beauty, and art. She con-V quered and forced the world to Grecianize. Individualistic success became her watchword .... Greece the hope of the world, fell .... ' The mantle of progress fell upon other shoulders. Rome, the city of seven hills, vigorous, strong, assumed theleadership of civilization .... But the "Ides of March"' came. . .A . Then the age of soft, luxurious peace sapped her vitality. The. weakening of human life left her helpless before the barbaric world .... E The modern age comes, bringing new visions. Other nations aspired to be the hope of the world. In Europe a great nation sprang up in the nineteenth century .... Germany was heralded as an exponent of modern civilization .... But her statesmen and thinkers taught that blood and iron were the fittest means of world advancement, . . . that German 'fKultur" must be imposed by will and force upon other nations .... Her military achievements unbalanced her former civilization and Ger- many . . . has been hurled headlong into fuedalism and blindness .... She has become the bitter enemy of internationalism, democracy and twentieth century service. She has sacrificed her place and possibilities of leadership within the future family of nations. T Out of the -north-another nation came forth as the leader of mankind. England, young in experi- ence, strong in vitality, gave the world constitutional government and civil liberty. . . . She gave the first true realization of the right of the individual to his own life, . . . While A-she is defending her future upon the battle fields of Europe, . . . she cannot become the world's hope because her ideas have become fixed, immobile through countless generation, added to this, class distinctions, a national debt, the .accumulated :waste -of past .wars pyramided by the frightful cost .of the present in billions of dollars and .millions of'her sons 'raise serious doubts as to herf1desriny .... 'Civilizationilooks again for a -savior. 'It caflls -aloud. It -calls' Asia,.but she has nothing to give. It calis..Aifrica, but she, too, lies .dorm'a.nt. Ittcalls America. Is she :fitted to answer? . . . America draws inspiration from 'the fountainsof- finer 'past-colonial independence, religious tolerance, free .institu- itons, the liberty of the black, the-rbu-lwark of democracy. The patriotism that once fought at Lexington and Bunker Hill that America might be the abode of democracy has now burst the shackles of time and place and . . . has announced democracy as the universal condition of human existence in the interest of the present and all future generations. America is fitted to answer the call of greater things. How will she answer? As democracy has always answered when heart calls to heart and soul to soul .... We have answered already with a solemn.pledge to rid the earth of scientific barbarism .... We are going to the defense of democracy and will remain there until the scourge of man is wiped from the earth, and until . . . man can rise above his forefathers in the making of a bigger and a better world. ' But how of the larger thought needed to make the future secure? . . . International service must be ouruwatchword, the' great war message our motto .... Our government must carry into practice' the great principles of liberty and justice. . Our social life, rising above class. distinctions and old prejudices, must find its better self in the larger ideal of brotherhood. Our industries, emancipiated and humanized, must guarantee to every man the fruits of his toil. Our religion, .idealistic yet v1brat1n'g with the common touch, mustbe the guiding star of government, of social life, of industry .... Oh! America, awake to the vision before you .... Be a beaconllight shining even to the darkest places 'of old earth that man, everywhere, seeing you may take cheer and follow your example into ever greater and nobler racial worth. , . . . . . Grece was weighed and found wanting because she suppressed human rights and growth. ' Rome with all her might and glory failed because she did not heed the call of humanity. Germany aspired to lead mankind by force and she too must go the way of Greece and Rome. America, reading the lessons of history written in the rise and fall of nations, has asserted the right of men to govern themselves in a common brotherhood. She seeks not to exploit the efforts of others but to grow'from'YC3f .YQ Year into a greater and fuller worth to all the races of men. And we, who have caught this' clarified vision of America's destiny, must dedicate our lives to the new task that the age lays UPON QS, That man to giant the world o'er shall brothers be for a' that," and thus shall America, in deed and in truth, become The Hope of the Worldf' 133 PROF. NORRIS Critic. MELVIN SILER Treas. spring term, '18 CHAUNCEY WARREN I. S. N. S. Debate, '18 PEARL BELL Pres. winter-term, '18 LAWRENCE DEBOER Sec'y Winter term, '18 I. S. N. S. Alternate Representative on Oratorical Board RUssEL KENT ' Pres. fall term, '17 Orator at Intercollegi ate Contest at Kala mazoo, '18 LLOYD GULLEN Treas. fall term, '17 HOMER CARTER Representative of sophomore class on the Oratorical Board SIDNEY POWERS Pres, fall term, '17 BERNARD BECKWITH Vice-Pres. spring term, Y 18 ASA Woon I Sec'y fall term, '17 PAUL SA NGREN I. S. N. S. Debate, '18 Assembly Inter-Club Debate, '18 HARVEY LYNCH Sec'y spring term, '18 E. M. CONKLIN Pres. spring term, '18 , 1 PROP. F. B. MCKAY . Critic. 4 I JAMES R. BREAKEY, JR. Treas. winter and spring terms, '17 Pres. winter term, '18 Assembly Inter-club Debate I F. I. Debate. '17-'18 I. S. N. S. Debate, f18 O. CARL Hoon Treas. spring term, '18 MARTIN Bos A Sec'y spring term, '18 I GLENN E. BANKS Sec'y fall term, '18 Inter-Club Debate VERLE E. WYBLE Yellmaster, fall term '17 HUGII FRANCIS Vice-Pres. fall term '17 Inter-Club Debate I. S. N. S. Debate ARTHUR BENNETT Yellmaster, spring term, '18 FRANCIS THREADGOULD Vice-Pres. winter term, '18 Pres. spring term, '18 Assembly Inter-Club Debate I. S. N. S. Debate 101-IN B. HUBBARD Pres. fall term, '17 Yellmaster, winter term, '18 Oratorical Contest, '18 CARL W1-IEATON Vice-Pres. spring term, '18 HAROLD Fox Reporter, fall term, '17 Sec'y, winter term, '18 I. S. N. S. Debate Alternate LEE VAN HORN ' Reporter, winter term, '18 Representative on Oratorical Board I. S. N. S. Debate Roy O. WEBB Treas. winter term, '18 1915 Florence Brooks 1 Ruth Bogue Eloise Ewell Elizabeth Ferguson Helen Frost Matilda Foley Luciel Harry Alice Hutchinson Wodeso MEMRERS 1918 Ruth Hughes i Nancy Jackson Della McLachlan Gladys Placeway Victoria Shaw . Helen -Sooy Josie Steward Leoline Sprague' MARJORY KWENBERG OFFICERS NANCY JACKSON . . . . . President VICTORIA SI-IAw . . Secretary A JOSIE STEWARD . . '. . Treasurer LUCIEL HARRY . . .h Rep. to Oratorical Board ELIZABETH FERGUSON .. .... Reporter . PROF. LATHERS . . Critic The girls of the Normal College interested in debating met together in the autumn of 1915 and founded a Woman's Debating Society. The iirst two let- ters ofieach word were blended together to form the word "VVodeso." The object of the club was to be, and has been, to promote the art of debating and of public speaking among the women of the college. A Though young, the club has grown in enthusiasm and interest. Each year it has entered into an intercollegiate debate and will continue the practice this year. At home the club has shown ability in discussing the live questions of the times. 138 N. r-4 Q0 KO The Laonian Drama Society The Laonian Drama Society was organized in 1913 under the patronage of Professor Abigail Pearce. The purpose of the society is primarilythe study of modern dramatic literature. In 1917 one play, written by Lady Gregory, was given in the Ypsilanti Playhouse. During 1918 special War relief work was done in connection with the study of various plays. OFFICERS V LOUISE STONE . . .' . President ELAINE HERBERT . . Vice-,President CAROLINE GRETZINGER . . . Secretary ISABELLA W1LsoN . . .Treasurer MEMBERS E Doris Brooks ' Esther Collins Kathryn Lockwood Kathleen McCauley Margaret Du Bois Helen Farley Thekla Forsythe Hazel Greanya Caroline Gretzinger Elaine Herbert Ella Kile Grace Kruse Louise Lightbofly Florence pMcDonald Gladys Pflueger Ruby Purdy Freida Smith Louise .Stone Eva Toivonen Joyce VVeaver Rachel Toivonen Isabella VVilson JESSIE VV 1TH ERELL 140 l 141 Minerva Society We, the Minervas, are twenty-four. Qur name comes from a goddess of yore, We believe in the wisdom of Manners, 3 The Wisdom of Morals and Mirth. Ou-r work on the campus wins honors, And brings us the fame of true Worth. BERNICE TIFFANY . GERTRUDE CRISSMAN DORA YOUNG . . MILDRED BARNES . . President .Vice-President . . Secretary . .Treasurer ESTELLE DOWNING EMELYN GARDNER Mildred Barnes Ruth Bogue M Phyllis Broan' Daisy Call Violet Call Helen Chew Helen Cota Gertrude Crissman lla Detwiler I . Aileen Donnelly . Louise Stone 142 Faustine Dresser Eloise Ewell Alberta Eisenlohr Blanche Herrington Maurine jones Katherine Stapleton Florence Sheffield Bernice Tiffany Frances Wimer Dora Young ':.'.Y'X1 X , ,,- 4, .v-xA- . t' ' .' .' .. my -, -.,4,4 V. .. x V o 1 1 w L ' 1 W W :I iw . 1 ,x 1, f I , i:. I 4 4, I1 1 L 143 Portia Literary Society These maids a bond of friendship formed, A To help all kin by each good deedg With purpose high and each heart warmed, They stand firm in the nation's need. FACULTY MEMBERS Mrss ELIZABETH CAREY Miss ESTABROOK RANKIN Dorothy Arbaugh Wilda Bayes Cora Beacon Grace Beacon Elise Durain ' Thekla Forsythe Marion Goldbach Daisy Milks - Miss ALMA BLOUNT A MEMBERS Vera Whaley 144 Anna Moore Katherine Petite Blanche Priest Marion Thomson Marion Trumble Marion Sharpe Jessie Xvitherell Lois Winkler 1 1 ' ' i v Q 0 i I i W , r i X K ' I ' 1. i Established 1911 i ti l till Ml Thepurpose of the Art Club of the Michigan State Normal College is: to promote scholarship, as it is organized on an honorary basisg to create a social spirit among the membersg to actas an advisory body A-for junior specializing studentsg and to further an interest inc all branches of Art study. U The Normal Art Club has been oneof the most active organizations on the campus during the 'past year. It is our earnest desire that the future members Willcarry on the Work to a still higher plane of activity. MISS BERTI-IA GooD1soN PATRONESSES Miss LIDA CLARK , g ' gHONORARY MEMBERS Miss ELINOR STRAFER Miss MARY HATTON Miss LoTA GARNER MIss FLORENCE- COOPER I OFFICERS , A FREDERICKA MARTINI .... . Acting President ' NETAN DENN1soN. .' . . Secretary A HULDA WALKER . . .Treasurer W A MEMBERS Bertha Bielby Marguerite Corcoran Fern Cornville Neta Dennison Lola Fish Isabel Haffey Olive Henderson l46 Myrtle Kargela Gladys Kendrick Helen Morrison Fredericka Martini E Grace Schenk Hulda Wfalker Dorthy Wfillis uv v f r E I i i I - l f E 2 l l l i t v i W ' r D 5 Q 5 I , i 1 ? N 1 6 1 i 1 l 1 . I l 5 ? 1 I 1 i 147 1 ! A Y VVomen's League I You've heard before of big sisters I know. iBeholcl those of this college here in a row! They make life for Hfreshies' the rosiest hues, And even for sophomores chase away blues. VVon'L you, next year, be a big sister too? Caroline Gretzinger Wfilda Bayes Katherine Lockwood Frances Wfinier Ivaleen Hough Daisy Call Grace Kruse Helen Barton 148 Commercial Teachers' Club Since its origin a few years ago, the Commercial Teachers' Club has become a worth while organization, having a membership of about siXty-five students. Twice a month meetings have been held at Cleary Collegeg very interesting talks have been given by former students and members of the faculty. The purpose of the club has been to establish a closer relationship between the students and better to prepare them for their work in becoming commercial teachers. GEORGE ROWAN. DORIS COOLEY . ETHEL GREENPIELD GLADYS FRENCH ETHEL GREENFIELD CARL D. WHEATON HAZEL PHILLIPS , OWEN J. CLEARY RALPH CARPENTER Fred Allen Ogalalla Boden ElVira Bedingere Seeley E. Breen Margaret Billmeyer Grace Bradley Lena Bimkle Ruth Barritt Elsie Barnes A Clarence Cannon Margaret Cavin Emelia Chiabotto Ralph Carpenter Mary G. Carr Gwen Cleary Doris Alice Pearl Hope Edna Cooley Colby Cash Cornwell Dwight Charlotte Duddles OFFICERS First Term o . . Q K. 1 . Second and Third Terms MEMBERS Ctillie Davis A Iva Davidson LyleVDeCamp Marion Edsall Gladys French Ethel Greenfield Freda Gilchrist Clara Grahek Mary Hall Agatha Kelly Florence Lester Meda Longnecker Bernice Lawler I Ried Luse Foster Luse George Merrill Helen Montgomery Lydia Marr Gladys Marshall Helen Mitchell Warren Marsh Ruth Neil 149 . President . .Vice-President . Secretary i '. Treasurer . President . .Vice-President . Secretary be ' Treasurer . Sergeant-at-Arms ' Marion Post Hazel Phillips Marie Pickard Jennie Quckenbush Ersyl Rider Catherine Riggs Marguerite Ream Percy Shavvley Agnes Smith Marion Simons Mary Sullivan Harriet Stofer Gladys Sterling Florence Stolz Helen Vogel Emma Watson Homer E. West Carl Wheaton Rosalie Clifford Arleen Thompson George Rowan COR 4 MlCRC fl!Xl, 'l'l'X1llllxH LIUI Nil F COMMERCIAL TEACHERS' CLUB 151 L., -M .N i. W., 44. . W A, A .. ..-umm .-ML, ELA , - -- - ---Y------A--f--4 'I-I ---Y' -V -'WW' ' " ' "' I I I i': 4 7 al If ll l I I -ll' ,QE iw Ii, II II SI I I l 'I 1II,- lg? ITL il 'I V1 'l I'-li l,,II,, thi! -,fps 1,5 IMI IY E I I l U LI 5 UI ml II, :Iii ,I ,III I Hi l. Y I'5I ith Ill 'I li III 'lik' I', i:lII V I i II if ,, ,I , .1 Il VI, Norman Arthur Rellis Barr is Clarence Bahnmiller -Oscar Brundage Crafts Club Established 1911. "WITH THE COLORS" Burl Ott Russell Paisley Russell Reader Erwin Saunders II li Rolland Campbell Leigh Simpson I Perry Frazier Albion Taylor Glenn Hannan William Tedrow Walter Higgins Dana Willbee Il ll Howard Hutchinson Louis Wolters IIIi+II I I P' 1 FACULTY MEMBERS' I ii MIss ALICE I. BOARDMAN I Mlss lVlARY E. HATTON MR. .ALVIN YOUNGQUIST Miss FLORENCE COOPER :li ll If I yi! ii, OFFICERS ' -- ' ROY .Ig MCMURRAY. . . 4 . . President i J KATHERINE PCRAIG . .Vice-President SUE SILLA. . . Sec'y and Treas. . I I I I ACTIVE MEMBERS , Romia Baker Edith Woodward-Leith , Emily Bridge Ruth McMillan We Qscar Brundage Roy J. McMurray I Marie Brunette Lucile Newton ii Laura Bulkley Creorgianna Pratt Leon Burrell Marie Raschka Lila Cicotte Edna Riggs II, Ii W Katherine Craig Dora Ruggles , I gy' l Margaret Despins Sue Sill Grace Durham Charlotte Stockham Dorothy Hunt Mary Taylor Emily Keskey Earl XV ebb Mildred King Iidi-idii X7OOl'l1C6S-Xvldglit l 5 f i fi P lg 152 1 5 Ii 'N i I , I I :I I I V I a I 1 1 Q I l I it I 3 I? I. I ,, iI, ii if II I Ei li ll I 9 I I, , E i I 1 3 K5 i i l i i 5 2 l I i I gl ,Z I 5 i l i E i i if 1 I i e I i 1 i 5: 5 3 i di i 3 fm, 'NV 15 'X xf X SY 3' MW- fywyf X yy, . ,, XX Wg , " N X x J ,. 1-. E, . 'ii .-" , . 2 "" , :,: .Af , N ' X 5. f il f ' 7 57 A, 1 ,ff - df 'R 42 xg x X Q X ef X 5 m ,fx xx, X ? +54 f H. :X ll' ' l. F .i i . 3 1 I 1 ' P I I I 4, 'I L I 1 5 I -I 3 I I I I l . W ' . 9 0 A Euclidean 'Society ill .. I Breathes there a man with soul SO dead, I Who never to himself hath Said, ' I - . , , . 'lg I ' Mathematically, there S variety 4 U 0 V 4 I' In the Euclidean Society. ill Sgt 1 OFFICERS I I EVELYN WILSON . . . . A . President ' CATHERINE GUNN . .Vice-President Q, VVANDA DAGGY. . . Secretary li. I EDITH CARGILL. A .Treasurer Il I I lf A VHONORARY MEMBERS - A PROFESSOR A. LYMAN PROFESSOR ADA A. NORTON lj PROFESSOR A. G. ERICKSON MISS JANE L. MATTESON PDEAN MARIOICT B. WHITE MR. I. W. BALDVVIN IV A I' . ACTIVE MEMBERS Hilda Berg Bernice Giffels T Jessie Bird ' Ruth Hughes 1 Florence Blackburn George Maxwell I l Laura Busch ir I Edith cafgiii I . 1 l l ll. gli 3 Homer Carter 'Frances Currie 5 Wanda Daggyi Q Elizabeth Ferguson 2 l I 1 l ' I i . 1 l I Catherine Gunn Ruby Hayes 11 Elma Hills ?1 Q 71 I l 154 , r l . I I I I : l l I Reva Smith Gladys Thornton Vada Vernon Alice XN7arner Chauncey Wfarren Guy VVatters W Evelyn VVilSOn Isabel Wfilson Asa XVOOd 5 l 1 6 Y Q i i LI 4 f 155 ' F Hg 1 I V1 N V i I, n 1, if lfy 3 , 1 E2 lg ,'i 1 1' IE ll I1 'll ,Lili :I Hi ll! W M ' v fill 4 sl Q' ull 1 1! ll il ill al l ll 'J W , . V ' 1 I ll A l. 'L I, "lf ,y L! il lu, 11 yi. lr I 11 is ll, ,l .f Ii, if ali 1 1 1 it il 1,1 4 4 , I lv , 1 ' 1 ' leg 1 15 1 H Q H 1 E , V1 ,Q 1, 1 If 1 1 EJ :R I1 ll il A U 1 1 L9 1 1 1 il il 1 1 la rl 2 if 1 fl 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 , J l 1 fi 1 History Club The History Club for the year of 1917-18 has been studying Michigan History. PATRON CARL E. PRAY COLORS Red - White - Blue OFFICERS DoRA YoUNG . . . . JAMES BREAKRY . PHYLLIS BRAUN . DORA STEIN . . CHAUNCEY WARREN A MEMBERS Florence Depew Olive Hall A 1 Louise Niles Thelma Henry Ruth McIntyre Lawerence DeBoer Viola' N eveaux Martha Foley Inez Pechtel - Francis Threadgould Mrs. Mae De Green Jenny Caldwell Iocie Coggins Florence Gibbs 156 . . President .Vice-President . . Secretary Treasurer . Reporter Maurine Jones Hazel Larkin Marie Huff Gladys Smith Mae Dryer Clara Hockridge Faith Randell Russel Kent . Edith Braithwaite Agnes Crydernian Ruth Shuniaker Ennnet Corrigan Hugh Francis 7 1 5 ff 1 1? I L 'L fl - 2,3 . ,N 1 r' J 93 H I 93, Q .- X4 o Q DoR1s CLARK . MARION STONE. . MAE CLUTTER .A . LUELLA BUNKELMAN . . .N I Kindergarten Club A 'N' t 'I Merry Kindergarteners are we, V gg No jollier bunch could ever be, ' For in our work and in our play, Good guidance have we all the way: V Adams, Lewis, and Coppens, too, And Captain Roberts complete our crew. OFFICERS MEMBERS A Lucile Ainslee Bessie Hawkins Ethel Bade Mildred Barber Georgiana Boehnlein Mollie Burnett Daisy Call ' Katherine Clark Ruth Curry ' Ruth Curry Annis 'Driggett Elise Durain Evelyn Ewald Helen Foster Jeanette Fineburg Catherine Fritz Leona Goodwill Elaine Herbert Lillian Hoag Marjorie Howard Ruth Jacobs Marguerite Johnson Roxie Jones Hortense LeBerge ' Elizabeth Lane Helen Lattin Dorothy Lee Mabel Lester Pearl McNutt Ruth Meyers Beatrice Miller Marjorie Mitchell Florence Morse Mildred Morse i Josephine Morton Gertrude Munn Gladys Nagle Zelpha Nichols Elsie Orr 'Ellen Peterson Manila Peterson Mildred Plato Louise Porter Hattie Pugh Emma Reckling Ethel Reiclienbach Dora Robertson I ., I .President .Vice-President , . Secretary Treasurer Florine Root Ethel Rowe Olga Salmu Viola Sanders Catherine Scott Clarissa Seemeyer Dorothy Schafer Marion Stanley Helen Straughn Marion Thompson Marjorie Wfenberg Lois Wliiteliead VVilma W'idmer Edna VViggins Isabelle Vifiuegar ., is A L- iN ply" -Ci X 9 'I f VX ISS ew Q' 9 bb nun 9 YNEQA E Lg AE' gg dggusnsx jf, - 3 E Q 5 RQQTEZ. . E figs V' iegai F H 7" E fl . V2 A Q RUNS ' Girls' Friendly Society The Girls' Friendly, Society, modeled after and in alliance with The Girls' Friendly Societies of England, Ireland, and Scotland, wasestablished in Ameri- ca in 1S75, and has steadily increased in numbers and usefulness until now it numbers about S00 branches and more than 17,000 members. St. Lukes Branch, Ypsilanti, was organized in 1907. ASSOCIATES Miss LIDA CLARK ' MRS. JOHN HAVILAND ' Miss GENEVIEVE CLARK - OFFICERS FLORA BALL SAUNDERSV ,... . .y President HORTENSE LEwis . . . .Vice-President ELAINE HERBERT . . . Secretary CLIO MUNFORD ...... Treasurer ' RESIDENT MEMBERS Marguerite Bringloe Sophia Johnson Gracia Carroll Bertha Clyne Gwendolyn Eade Vivienne Eddy Mary Hallenius Ruth Hansen Elaine Herbert Eleanor Beach Harriet Bennett Emily Bullard Clara Clark Edith Danskin Ermine Elms Norma Hartsig Caroline Hubbard Clara Kicherer Edna Kunze Q Adelaide Lewis Hortense Lewis Ruth Geer Lewis Florence Mahler Ethelyn Morrison NON-RESIDENT MEMBERS Margaret Hupfer Thora Johansen Edna Johnson Edith Kemp Cora Ludeman Adah Mason Ethel Sternberger-Mass Beatrice Merrifield 159 Flora G. Mumford Clio Munford Katherine Munford Anna Glson Flora Ball Saunders Helen Alford Saunders Marjorie Sweet Gra Wilcox Maritena Moore Matilda' Moore Thelma Nauman Flora Totten Harriet Trumble Carolyn Ross Marjorie Smith Mable Weddel v Sodalitas Latina The members of the Classical Department organized the Sodalitas Latina to promote friendship among classical students, and to increase the interest In the classical studies. The Society presented the play, "Saccus Malorum In Pease Auditorium for General Assembly, Dec. 12, 1917. L . PATRONI DR, B, L, D'OOGE PROFESSOR O. O. NORRIS PATRONA . MISS CLARA J. ALLISON OFFICERS BESS LUCIEL WORMLEY .' . . . FLORENCE U. REGAL . LOLA M. CLAWSON MARTHA CIIAPIN BERTHA M. CLYNE Elizabeth Nehs Bernice S Tiffany Mary Bradley Georgiana Jickells Gerda Peterson Beth Oates . A Mary Horn Blanche Aldrich Maradia Clark Freida Smith Grace Schroeder Edith J. Glass Carola' Fritz Lena Michetti SODALES NIARY I. RICE 160 . . President . .Vice-President . . Secretary .Treasurer . Reporter Esther Richard Ruth Edwards Mabel Fenner Frances Wfimer Dora Kenney Margaret Wyckoff Dorothea Elbing Evelyn Pace Ruth Schumacher Dorothy Arbaugh Claribell Lundy Anna Broecker Alice Farnum Catherine McKenne3 ww if 154 V 1 f s vu 4 l v a V I '4 I J a I i Y I 161 Q V , 5 13 5 Normal Choir Perhaps those who have been privileged to work with the choir can best ap- preciate the transformation from a motleygroup to a unified whole which takes place during the course of the school year, in the organized body called the Nor- mal Choir. These 200 singers, selected from among some 350 volunteers, pro- duce whatnmost nearly approaches folk-singing, with the added-zeal and spirit of the Crusaders of the Middle Ages. ,There is inithis music the voice of spir- itual exaltation, reverence, and religious devotion, which can come only from a pre-vision of the noblest ideal. 1 ' E . . i This vision, kept constantly in the minds of the choir, is eventuallymade a living possibility through the inspired patience and persistence of the.Director, Mr. Frederick Alexander. For years he has studied with his choir only the greatest of brief masterpieces of mediaeval ecclesiastical music, designed to be sung without accompaniment, and always with the thought of sometime bringing them to an adequate appreciation of that greatest of sacred compositions-the St. Matthew Passion of Bach. A choir of 100 voices had prepared the first chorus parts with a view to giving the Passion this year, but this plan had neces- sarily to be abandoned on account of the lack of -men's voices. "Apres la guerre,',+Mr. Alexander hopes to have this great masterpiece sung here.- The Choirimade ten appearances this past year, six of which were in Detroit before ,a distinguished clientele-at St. Paul's Cathedral, before the Society of Arts and Crafts, and at the Detroit Art Museum. These singers have also been heard by such eminent artists as Leopold Stokowski, Societe des Instruments Anciens, Percy Grainger, Louis Graveure, and many others. 'That these young people can be brought to voice high class music in a really marvelous way is an evidence of the power of genius, and of the noble ideals of great teaching, the influence of which cannot fail to "carry on" thruout the life of each member of the Normal Choir. ,, 162 1 'ar -p-A ... -. 4... ..,,. , ., L' f+'v X 0q,:'o, 3 45102067 , ' , K "o""' QW" -ew. me 1 ? I sc' I, 1 "v I g , A , Ki, , -vt, 4, 4i.4744. ,f 1.4.1-, W x , I 4- ' haw J- ! v ' f - ff 2 .vu , X ff ?fi A u-A bd -my .Q J"w.k-44.3. bn.. Senior Public School Music Class MISS FORTE MRS. GEORGE PARSONS LoU1SE KINCAID . GRACE SCHENK Abbie Pearson Lonise Tavenner . Doris Brooks Marion Schnoor Kathleen Fitzgibbons Bertha Bielby ' Mabel Newell PATRONESSES MISS FOSTER OFFICERS . Q MEMBERS 164 MRS. HOGUE . . President . . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Elsa Youch Lola Fish Blossom Garland Rhea Reed Tillyer Ruth Harper Marguerite Corcoran Nita Dennison Nw tm mf- 2 .. A 4 V 5 ,i-ga :U . ,, Wi . , x Marie. Crayer Esther French Geraldine French Gertrude London Irene Wliite Margaret Kelsey Catherine Verkle Lottie Stockhan Ukulele Club Isca lVlcClaughry lim Marie Steen Clara Eichbauer Lucille Upton Edith Snyder Margaret Moon Harriet Pugh Ruth Bell Lillian Blackliurst College Eastern Star PATRON PROFESSOR C. O. HOYT , PATIRON ESS MRS. C. 0. HOYT HONORARY MEMBERS PROFESSOR H. Z. WILBER A MRS. 'H. Z. VVILBER PROFESSOR J. STEVVART LATHERS LILLIAN ERICKSON FAY PLACEWAY. Aletha Braden Hazel Bradley Doris Chaplan Alice M. Church Bertha M. Clyne Maude R. Coulter Dawn Evans Latona Ewing Esther French Lorina Grant Ruby Hayes Ruth Z. Herban Anna johnson Ethel Kalniback P Katherine Keep OFFICERS 1 MEMBERS Ella Schneider 167 .E VVOrthy Matron . Secretary-Treasurer Hazel Lee Carmen Leland Jane McDonald Eunice McLeod Bernice Miller Esther Tinsman Marriette Murray Ruth H. Myers Fern C. Otis Manila L. Peterson Bernice Pettit Gladys Placeway Georgianna Pratt Sylvia I. Runcinuan Myrtle Stedman Chemistry? Club ' ' OFFICERS LELAND HEWITT . ..... President FLORENCE E. BELL . . Secretary and Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS PROFESSOR B. W. PEET b ALVIN STRICKLER A MEMBERS ' A. L. Albersold R. A. Anibrose Florence E. Bell Arthur Bennett Alec Boyd Mary Clay Eugene Crittenden H. G. Dunston Edith Fair Elizabeth Ferguson Lorina Grant Verle E. VVyble I N58 Leland Hewitt Florence Mahler Ethel Ottgen Sidney Powers Daisy Quimby Frances B. Seeley Grace Simmons Paul Smith Earl Wfebb Roy Vlfebb Dorothy VVorden ,.4 CN C .-.-...-...,...N...,....,...,........,.....,..5w,f,,.,....-.15,. ,J vig.:.:TY,3.,:-, ,L 'lil' .- .h1ii:0v?:x:2 ,qi V .1454 TY , W Y 4.7 Q- fy-, , -... --.Y A- , X v V' sp MD, ai Nac:KEN7f 'E 7 L fwf' 'W-Milf' ffm, Q Z, f "Z - Q ESE KENNEy PO QXOY xl X11 QOQ9 QQQX Q9 eco kf Q0 ,fx 45' 5 so 7 K M il X I I ff , , , A ff ' , 0 -X DI For I Q 219 2? 773 in 8 - Q A W Q .5 S fm: 5 'Q 5 KS CHPIP FIRE GIRLS COLLEGE GUARDIAN Miss MABLL P BACON HONORARY MEMBERS VVILBUR P Bom EN PAUL B SAMPSON BOBUGI MRS Cecil Wisler My rtelle Rogers Edith Snyder Alice Yorker Nora Cleary SHUTANKA Mlss MARY A GODDARD MRS PAUI B SAMPSOIN P Bom ER Guardian Margaret Moon Doris Beanaon Esther Collins ' 0 O .W . fr, B ' F 5 ' P Mrss Edyth Kerr Edith Woodruff ' Emma Reckling Dorothy Snell Bess Wormley R Helen Shaw R Genevieve Cooney Beatrice Clark Ethel Mclntyrc . WASTEYA Miss NIARADIA CLARK, Guar Myrtelle Hanson - Edith Glass Bertha Cline Marie Staples 171 ' MABEL BACON, Guardian Mary Kenny Frances Merrill Maxine Gdell ' Florence Yeoward Lillian Harger Lucile Stanford Ruth Nixon Janet Southard Mary Foulke dian Florence Sheffield Maude Golter Florence Blackburn Clara Wfalper I l I C 1 YJJW, wfrfp, LM A,,,A ,,,, ,A .,,,,..4..., B, xv-JA mg . 1. ,.- -- ,Klip "Y . I ' V'.':r.wff,, 1',. W : xi 'Qs' f'55Hw,, t f 3 1 f f-f, :rg N-ri. :qw "A" 3332: V. f S" 'N ' I3 ig: aw. ' , LJ.EM-JEJLII . 55458, Fgif--4-qw.: .A , -,q , 2 M Q, ...N fx A 4 .v , , as , imfvgrb P' . 5 M 3,3 is af f 9 XS' K J I . QS? ni ij ' ' ,.x Q .I 4,5 1 if -, , Mifres 'mas , V , ig ,T .lf M M - - wk K, Yjxfx 'ffl H ,353 172 f 2 if CAMP FIRE GIRLS ' I Addie R. Armstrong . Myrtle Budd Agnes Dodge Marian Edsall ' Leila Lord - Arlie McBain Florence Jones Belle Jones Francesca' Wood Isabelle Peterson Evelyn Ewald Marjorie Wenberg Gladys Placeway Thora Anderson Mary Bradley Ruth Bradley Gladys Bridger AKITA ZANKI Miss MARGUERITE VVATKINS, Guardian Ehna Niemela Gladys Thornton Irene Tidey Leora Ellsworth lla Detwiler A Helen Lattin TAWASI Miss BEATRICE CLARK, Roma -Baker Grace Pierce A Ruah Post. Agnes Hagran TOCAMFIGI Nellie Quick Laura Stanton Margaret Kelsey Edna Wiggens Eva Beuthien Margaret Kelsey Guardian Hazel McLelland Eidith Spaulding Ingeborg Braa Miss CI-Iron TODD, Guardian Althea Braden Cora Driggett Annis Driggett Dawn Evans Sophia Johnson Annan Johnson ' Ruth Lincoln wa Della McLachlan Hilda McCloy Ruth Myers Anna Qlson Fay Placeway Zada Summers r 4 1 ZH hz, L.. ,mg I H N '11 E LT E2 L'-1 Z1 L .5 U1 9 Physical Education Club OFFICERS ALICE YORIZER . . . . . President LATONA EWING VvlCC-P1'CSlClC1'1t MARGARET MOON . Secretary EDITH SNYDER Treasurer A FACULTY MEMBERS y ' W. P. Bowen , Mrs. SHOW F. C. Burton Elton Rynearson P. B. Sampson Irene Clark Crystal Worner Ruth Richards Mabel Bacon Racheal Toivonen Chloe Todd . Helen Barton Mary Brobst Doris Beeman Clarence Beeman Eva Beuthien Genevieve Cooney Dale Crowe Beatrice Clark Oliver Carlson Nora Clary Esther Collins ' Wilma Carter Ilah Detwiler , Roland Drake Walter Draper Edna Dewey Agnes Dodge Latona Ewing Leora Ellsworth Marie Fluegel Mary Gooding Betty Greene Marion Halstead Louis I-Ialloway Margaret Kelsey Edith Kerr Donald Lawler Margaret Moon Francis Merrill Ethel McIntyre Allen Morris Eleanor Engle Mary Kenney ACTIVE MEMBERS l7f1 Muriel Towers Wilmot N ancarrow Ruth A. Nixon Alma Niemela Maxine Odell Marion Otis Myrtelle Rogers Lucile Rice Grace Riley Elton Rynearson Frank Rietzkat Dorothy Snell Edith Sleeper Hazel Stevens Janet Southard Marie Staples Edith Snyder Helen Shaw P. B. Shaw Sue Sill Irene Ticley Irene Taylor Eva Toivonen Lucile Troy Mr. Earl NV ebb Marguerite XV atkins Carrie lVarner Edith Wfoodruif Florence Yeoward Alice Yorker Frances Maude Dorothy NVestendarp Altllea XVilli:m1son uivhn' - Y- - -ig , -" ' ---A-nle1::tlau- -L-: 'QW :"" A-gg,-gig--:-5,17 Y, ,:- --W -44.-.A-'-' , Y, 1-,vi vga, V n n-1 XI XI LJ.. M . , , , , , -J -Zf,.,,,.1 ' 4i....... L. .. - . f - .:.. ...... .. - ..-....L...,. , -.,......,-.,,l.... - fu.-- f AK.. ......4,,f- W The Ferris Institute Club I I One bond of love our hearts unites, In F. I. C. our F. I. C. While here we meet for friendshipis rites 'I In'F. I. C. our F. I. C. An outstretched hand to each We hold N We loyal F. C. Afs of old And welcome each to our dear fold - In F. I. C. our F. I. C. L. HoTCHIss . CLARA KENNEDY KATHRINE REED M. D. Bos . Mrs. Auble 'Pearl Bell Miss Clark Doris Davis ' Mrs. L. Hotchkiss tO. 'C. Hood Ruth Hansen Etta Kinch Miss Katke Adah Leach Edith McAllister Della McLachlan .Vida Mackey OFFICERS MEMBERS Ethel Yuill F l78 . . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer Margaret McGinnis Louise B. Niles Grace Pearce Clara Price Mabel Prentice Eva M. Rosky Miss Rue H. Seinen Paul V. Sangren Mildred A. Thompkins Mildred Travis Helen QIQLIHZITJHHD Taylor Asa W'ood l 2: 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 il il ! I I . L 1 V 1 l l 1 -5 l i 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 ., -z Q i E 5 5 1 I 1 5 1 Q 1 1 .1 E 1 A 1 3 , , 1 1 3 J 3 1 I I 1 I E 1 I 1 DY I 1 I 1 1 1 4 1 1 E . 179 Q 5 1 1 1 1 1 1, ohio Club Colors-Red and White ' FIOWCF-CGFHHUOU OFFICERS KATHERIIXIE ZERKLE . . .. . . . President EDITH WOODRUFF . A . . Vice-President BEATRICE GAWN Secretary and Treasurer PATRONESSES Miss HARRIET MACKENZIE MISS META DANIEL HONGRARY MEMBERS. Miss FLORENCE COOPER in Miss IOI-IANNA ALPERBIIXNN ACTIVE MEMBERS H I Louise Africa A Edith vvoodwafd Leith Helen Chew Elta Mackall Mary Clay Lucile Miller Gayle Cole Lilias Miller Hildegard Deitz Virginia Page Lucy Ferber Florence Regal Beatrice Gawn Katherine Ruggles Edna Geiger I Ethel Ruthlidge Marion Goldback Ruth Schurnacker Q Elma Hills Ireta Stewart Marie Krayer Elizabeth Squire j Grace Kruse Louise Stone Helen Lamot Edith Woodruff , Katherine Zerkle The Michigan State Normal College has never been without its goodly repre- sentation of girls from the grand old Buckeye State. The Ohio Club takes care of these lonely aliens and after getting them acquainted with their Michigan sisters and ........ brothers continues to watch over thein. The Club has been unfortunate this winter in losing their patroness, Miss Harriet MacKenzie, who is serving her country in France, but it greatly feels the honor of having one of its members in such noble work. 180 .n I XX 181 Thumb Club The Thumb Club has been organized to encourage an acquaintance among the students from the "Thumb" counties of Michigan, to cultivate a home pride on their part, and to encourage others from this section to come to the Normal College. Colors-Rose and Gold LILLIAN REEVES 'LAURA MACNEIL . ELISABETH RICE Q Irene Amos Pearl Cash Mildred Clark Maude Coulter Janet Coffern Alice Farnum Hazel Gwinn Ruth Hughes V Clive Hall Frances Hermann Edith Hopson Florence jones Belle Jones Edith Jones Mildred Jameson Edith Jackson Catherine Fritz Carola Fritz Ruth Fritz OFFICERS PATRON PRoFEssoR YXVILBER MEMBERS IN? . . President Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer Elizabeth Ferguson Mrs. P. M. Keen Edna Pringle . Margaret Sangster Hilda McCloy Laura MacNeil Flora McRae Mary Nurenberg Bessie Nichol Anne Parks Fern Otis Nellie Quick Lillian Reeves Ethel Rowe Elisabeth Rice Pearl Smith Beulah Shutt Estella Sayers Olga XVells I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I X I iz II s ,I II ' I, II I I I I I I I I A I I I I I I I W I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . 183- I I I 'f hr Upper Peninsula Club , OFFICERS HUGH FRANCIS A . . . f . . .President EVA MACCLAREN . ViCe'Pfe51dent GLADYS NEBEL . ' . - Tfeasufef RACHEL TOIVONEN ..... Secretary FACULTY MEMBERS ' ARTHUR ERICKSON CLEMENS P. STEIMLE ' ' MEMBERS Irene Amesse Thora Anderson Hedwig Anderson Roma Baker Cora Beacon Grace Beacon Jessie Bennett Ingabarg' Braa Marie Brunette Emelia Chivabotta Harold G. Coome Marguerite Corcoran Ruth E. Demorois Alice M. Denmon Margaret Despius Myrtle Dunstan Gwendolyn Eade Olive Edwards .Leora Ellsworthy Adrienne Ericson Lillian Erickson I Bertha Fisher Katherine Forman Thekla Forsythe Hugh Francis Caroline Gretzenger Ivadell Goldworthy , Clara Grehek - Agnes I-Iogren Ruth Hubbert Margaret S. Jones Kathryn Kostelich Eva Keating Emily Keskey Ralph Koppana Gertrude Kropidloski Florence Larson Jennie M. Larson Ruth Lindsey Hazel Madison Margaret McGrath Bernice McLeod Ethel McCofferty Eva MacKenzie Eva MacLaren Flora MacDermott Mary MacDonald Adelaide Martensen Claire Mulholland Mae,Munn Gertrude Munn Mary Murphy Ruth Myres Lena C. Mitcheli 184 Gladys Nebel Wilmot Nancarrow Mathilda Nicholson Viola Neveaux Esther Norden Isabella Nuncarter Elsie Orr Cora Paul Dorrie E. Pascoe Isabella Peterson Carrie Prisk Viola Robbins Elsie Reep Ruth Russell Norrine Ryan Katherine C. -Shaffer Marguerite Shea Leoline Sprague Marguerite Sullivan Eva Toivonen Rachel Toivonen Myrtle bl. Trevartlin Elsie Tucker Ruth Tornquist Marjorie IVenberg Irene VVhite Viola Koppello Elma' Nieniela Q f L X 0 .V bg ,,, ,Z 1-af" Sf' ,nr an ... WSF 6' ywnV"'- 5-Mft av' ' -ff' 4 r 1 1 la lr l llzg lr l ll xi? i li. . ,H l ,ll ..,, liz l . li ll l ll M , ul: i li 1 . ll ,gl , . Alumni Association l" The Michigan State Normal College has graduated. an army of 10,500 students in il ll 1 since its establishment in 1853. li! 'll ,li Individually and collectively these alumni have exerted a marked influence in determining the educational policy of the state, as well as in promoting the in- terests of the college. 1 . E Local alumni organizations are found in all the larger cities of Michigan 7 and in many cities of the western states. County alumni clubs are ,numerous in These groups hold meetings during the year, with the ultimate aim of promoting good. fellowship and of keeping in touch with college affairs. In addition to these smaller gatherings, the official college organization, known fl' . as the Alumni Association, meets twice each year-in the late fall, in connec- , tion with the State Teachers' Association, and at Commencement time. ljll The fall meeting is always very well attended by both faculty and alumru and its banquet much enjoyed by all. M l .... fl unions of classes. This year effort will be made to bring together as many lk? ll alumni as possible from the classes '08, '98, '88, '78, '68, '58, as well as the class l 1 I fl of 1918. The meeting held at Commencement time lays special stress on decennial re- . V . 1, , l A 1: I i l The officers of the alumni association for the year 1917-1918 are: l l P g President-MARGARET E. WISE, '87 ....... ..... ......... Y p silanti if I Vice-President-CHARLEs M. NOVAK, '03 .. Detroit l Sec'y-Treasurer-CLEMENS P. STEIMLE, '12, .. .... Ypsilanti Executive Committee: ' l l FREDERICK H. ZEIGEN, '01 .... ..... X 'psilanti 1 A. L. WALLING, '07 ....... ....... C helsea MRS. T. I. KNAPP, '96 .............. . . Highland Park ll NCCfOlOglSt-ARTITUR GQ ERICKSON, '02. .. ..... Ypsilanti i . l " 'r 1 V l i 1 l ,. ,I 1M ll 1 l I :R gif' yi- , N- AW if wth r 111-is MJF 'Q" ,af Sorority Council p This Sorority Council was organized during the year 1915. The purpose of the organization is to bring about a feeling of unity and co-operation in the ac tivities of the sororities of the College. This Council is made up of twenty four members, with two representatives from each sorority. 1 MARION ScHNooR . ELAINE HERBERT . EDNA DEWEY . Pi Kappa Sigm a Isabel Winegar Joyce Weaver Sigma Nu Phi Lucile Stanford Elizabeth Cates Harmonious Mystics Kathlene Pitzgibbons Nita Dennison - Alpha Sigma.Tau Zelma Jones A Marion Parsons Kappa Psi Elaine Herbert, Dorothy Jerome Sigma Sigma Sigma Irma Miller Ruth Elzinga 1 OFFICERS 0 - 1' if 187 . . President Vice-President . Secretary Treble Clef Edna Dewey Dora Stein Delta Phi Jessie Vtfitherell Alice VVarner Zeta Tau Alpha Marie Roche Marguerite XV atkins Kappa Gamma Phi Gladys Nagle Ruth P-ockes Mu Delta Martha Chapin Pauline Behler Theta Lambda Sigma Grace Parkhurst Irene M cQueen Aurora Board AGNES E. DoDGE . Editor-inChief ELSIE DURAIN . . . Assistant Editor JAMES R. BREAKEY, JR. . Business Manager DEPARTMENT , EDITORS FREDERICKA MARTINI . GLENN E. BANKS . ALICE F. WARNER . RUSSELL L. GEE . LEWIS M. LASI-I . HAZEL M. HARRINGTON LOUISE STONE . . FRIEDA M. LOOMIS . . Art . Athletics . Degrees Fraternities . Jokes . Juniors Organization .Sororities UWM Q 57 E I FR EDA LOOMIS I LEWIS LASH ' genes:-nes I JQKE5 RUSSELL CEE K J FRATEHNITIES ' - . i X j , . ' A K A my A, ' I X-ff'-'M Q -VS N 3' N A V - JAMES BFCEMEY AGNES , W W Business mm ' -Eamon-:N-LHseF f' 2 , . it V AN V X A 4 U, ' 1 ' .X-, , J' 24, 1 ' ' . W X W 75 Louise STONE' X, .,.,A Q' " G A "' ALM WARNER ORVANSLRTIDNS ' 45" , 1 .J ' mx DEGREES. I . , N w fgi 3L? ' 5 Q5 m ay W i ZXQQSJ ' 'GLENN 'BANKS P I, mXXWfwW Z z ' f - ATHLETIQS W 'f 715 ' ' - .HAfEL. s-mamwerow EU:-JE DURAN f f FRESHMEN . ' ASSISTANT sorrow ,. .4,,. ' . 'V 189 ...A A The Lenawee County Club One of themost interesting social organizations on the campus is the Lena wee County Club. It was established in 1915 andiscomprised of the Cleary and Normal students from "Old Lenawee." The activities consist of business meetings and a social affair each quarter. Colors-Yellow and White. PATRONESSES . MRS. BESSIE L. PRIDDY Miss VINORA BEAL OFFICERS INA M. BINNS . . . , I. . . . President LAVELLE V. HOAGLAND . Vice-President ELoIsE -ALVERSON. . . . Secretary NINA CUNNINGHAM . . . Treasurer ' ' MEMBERS Eloise Alverson Ina M. Binns Mary Bloomer Magdolen Blum John Bowen I Beatrice Brooks Nina Cunningham Ruth M. Curry Mae Dwyer Velma Evans -I-Ielen Ferrick Martha Hale Winnifred Hailan Gladys Harrington Berna I-Ieying Lavelle Hoagland Edna Kingman 190 I-Iarold Lossing Reid O. Lush Edwin D. Mahrle Ethel Mclntyre Bessie Myres Mildred Morse Ester Oberlin Eunice Qrr Frances Peters Clinton Rich Nona Riley Levisa Roberts Thurlow Sweet Eileen Tolford Emma Wfatson Doris Wfelcli Ethel Wfilliains . 4. wg, 5' iff KN f. L "H QAM-ls e lf 1 N A . ff? 5 ' X. gg- ! 4.-JVWD WNQUW nuuEx?N1quivrn1W,r.ggggvyfwxxxlmfxxfxvfflmlitfiwlxi -ew W L 6 fu ww-Qwwdwvf 'S' V!'?Sf ?4:'5N:f'xSf , V ysuuinso 191 N- Pi Kappa Sigma Established 1893 ' Colors-Turquois and Gold I FIOWCT-'D-3ff0di1 ' PATRONESSES " MISS MARY B. PUTNAM MISS ALICE LowDEN ' . SORORES IN FACULTATE E ELLEN DWYER ' INEZ RUTHERFORD I Cora Bowen Gladys Cook Helen C ook I Madeline Follmor Margaret Brooks Alleen Clark Helen Cole Evelyn Alpha. . Beta. . . Gamma Zeta. . . Eta. . . Delta. . Upsilon Fowle A Lilias Miller .. ...- . . . . . . . . .-. ..-. Theta .... Iota... Grand i Grand Grand Grand Grand President ..... Vice-President .... .......... Secretary ........ ...... Treasurer .... Historian and ' ' Charlotte King ' I ... .....-Qi.-..- ..--......-.-.. ' l RUTH RICHARDS I SORORES IN UREE I i Esther Fletcher Ruth Rouse - Marjorie Stevens Frances Whitney Antoinette Willey Eleanor Gardner - Lena Knapp Mellencamp soRoREs IN CoLLEGIo A , w . I Helen Martin Florence Topping I .Helen Morrison Agnes Nelson Irene Owen A 5 Isabel Winegar Joyce Weaver Pearl Weaver u Winifred Winchester PLEDGES' , Helen Foster - - 4 1 CHAPTER RoLL p Michigan State Normal College, Ypsilanti, Michigan . Q ................. State Normal, Alva, Oklahoma ...Central State Normal, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan I . . . . . . . . . .State Normal, Indiana, Pennsylvania l . . . . .Miami University, Oxford, Ohio ...State Normal, Milwaukee, Wfisconsin . . . . . . . . . .State Normal, Cheney, VX7ashington . . . .University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio ................. State Normal, Emporia, Kansas NATIONAL OFFICERS .FREDERICKA BRETCH, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania A ..... HELEN CooIi, Ypsilanti. Michigan I . 4 Editor... .... EDITH Topo, Detroit, Michigan , y I 1 192 I 1 i 4 i ll fi i ALICE LowDEN Y Silanti Micliiffan .1 ! 9 b .MARTHA ZIEGLER, Cincinnati, Ohio i l l Q- xox Ti Nw 1 1 i I ii l i I il E lv o . I ll' Fl I, li if I 4 vi . -2 . ii li fl 'r I! gl tl .. 'w Ig fi Vi ,in ,, 14 1 L .ii ii' 1 2 :gi 1211 L, i ,ly 'I 15, H M ii i 4 J J l 1, 1, 1 4 1 5 4 , 1 4 -,J li ll Im l ill 0 in l V J ll lv. it 1 Ni Sigma Nu Phi Colors-Yellow and White Flower- MRS. W. I-I. SHERZER I FACULTY MEMBERS lALlCE BOARDMAN CRYSTAL WORNER RUTH TUCKER Alice Burrell Ruth Nixon A Nellie Stobie Lucile Stanford Arleen Thompson Irene Van Auken Marguerite Worner Martha Hale Kathryn Donigan BERTHA GooD1soN it ACTIVE MEMBERS Jeanette Tibbits Ruth Boardman Mary Brobst Gladys Baxter Marion Halstead Marguerite Bringloe Lucile Rice Elita Bird Beth Oates Rosalind Hook ' ALUMNAE CHAPTER Marguerite Beta . . ' r .... Detroit, Michigan l l l 1'N'9"P'nu- .. 5 Alpha Sigma Tau Established 1898 Colors-Emerald and Goldi P' Flower-Yellow Rose PATRONESSES . MRS. El A. LYMAN - MISS ADA A. NORTON MISS ABIGAIL PEARCE FACULTY MEMBERS MISS ELLAVVILSON MISS GRACE ERB MISS LOTA GARNER MISS CHLOE TODD MISS ELEANOR MESTON MISS FREDA GARRETT . HONORARY MEMBERS MRS. F. A. TODD RESIDENT ,MEMBE EDNA GINGERICK-DAWSON FLORENCE MORSE ' Ethel Bade Ruth Barlow Marjorie' Carr Doris Clark -' Judith Clark , Mae Clutter ' Cynthia Dodge A Emma French Hazel 'Georgia Lois Georgia Lillian Gifford Zelma Jones Alpha H Beta . Gamma . Delta Q . . Alumni Chapter Alumni Chapter RS MARIE DAWSON NON-ACTIVE MEMBERS LAURA COE-BANGH ART 'ACTIVE MEMBERS A Hilda Glassford Elizabeth Lane Frieda Loomis Hilda Meeker Josephine Morton Marion VVhipple-Parsons Catherine Scott Dorothy Shafer' Hazel Stevens Marion Stone Muriel .Towers Louise Tavenor Marion Wfhite CHAPTER ROLL 196 -. .Ypsilanti, Michigan . Mt. Pleasant, Michigan . Milwaukee, Wfisconsin . Indiana, Pennsylvania . . Detroit, Michigan Pittsburg, Pennsylvania I A i 1 , I F 1 1 i 4 J I ? I i I P 1 gfff' sf , sw' In ff' f Q 2 .4 H' . 197 - I 1 1 n 1 1 yq l,mklK', 1 J'-ff iii , -a,,w3'w"- , Sigma Sigma Sigma Established 1898 g Flower-Purple Violet Colors-Purple and Vlfhite. , . PATRONESS MRS. PAUL B. SAMPSON FACULTY MEMBER lxiiss LTINSON HONORARY MEMBER Miss ALL1soN ACTIVE MEMBERS Mary Allen Frances McIntyre PhyUiS Broan Edith Couper Florence Regal Dorothy VV'illis Ruth Elsinga Bernice Pettit BC-2I'ffiCC Miuef Irma Miller Grace Poast Marian GUS Frances Merriman Mary Gooding Georgiana Boehnlein Florence Butterfield Frances Maude Ruth Barritt Aileen Donnelly - NON-ACTIVE MEMBERS VIOLA LISTER Mas. BEIZTRAM G. SMITH CHAPTER ROLL . Alpha-State Normal, Farmville, Virginia Sigma Phi-Union University, Jackson, Tennessee. Kappa-Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Zeta-State Normal, Buffalo, New York. Phi-Ohio University, Athens. Ohio. Iota-State Normal, Greely, Colorado. Lambda-State Normal, Indiana, Pennsylvania. Mu-State Normal, Kirksville, Missouri. Nu-State Normal, VVarrensburg, Missouri. Xi-State Normal, Alva, Oklahoma. Omicron-State Normal, Ypsilanti, lXIichigan. Pi-State Normal, Emporia, Kansas. NATIONAL OFFICERS Grand President-MABEL L. VVALTON, XVoodstock, Virginia. Grand Vice-President-MRS. J. B. DEVOR, Clarksburg, XYest Virginia. Secretary-HAZEL GEER, Ypsilanti, Michigan. TTCHSUFC1'-CARRIEVMASON, Mattoax, Virginia. Inspector-MARc3U13:RITE PIEARSEY, Georgetown, Kentucky. Editor of Triangle-MRS. J. J. EATON, Biriningliznn, iklabaina. Business Manager of 'IIl'lZ1llglC--NIABEI. XVEST, Oxford, Oliio. 108 , ig 3,1 . - vs ." gm' id wiigg .1 5 I-larmonious Mystics V ' Established 1900 Colors-Cerise and White. Flowers-Cerise and White Carnation A ' PATRONESSES I MRS. B. L. D'GoGE MRs. CARL LINDEGREN HONORARY MEMBERS GEORGIA RicHARDsoN-Baskerville ELEANOR HAZZARD-Peacock ACTIVE MEMBERS june Bunting Marion' Schnoor Lucille Curtice-Henning Mary Sproule it l I Neta Dennison R y R Marion Stanley Helen Easton Grace Schenk Kathleen Fitzgibbon Ruth Tidy Leona Goodwill Adilade Thompson Evelyn Hammerlund Lucille Wallace, ' Frances Nichols Agnes W'ardroper Rachel Ricketts . Catherine Weber FACULTY MEMBERS Marion Dickinson 1 Vera Richardson Madge Quigley ASSOCIATE MEMBERS' Fay Allen W Gladys Tyler Newton Clara Brabb McAndreW Florence jones Schaefer Laura Cruickshank Florence Vliet Sweet Mabel Barbour Britton Maude Danis MacAlliste1' Dee Deuble McKee Frances Goetz Mabel Gass George Grace Emery Lorinda Smith Clifford Marie Goetz W'ood 200 I r w 1 Q W W Y N A I I I I V W I I I 5 k ,-f, 201 x , A ,: Ll W Af H- -Y , .1 ' X l :rl I I l -1 Jiri gil iii MQ . ! . V I Kappa PS1 y 1901 lil! , - . U Colors-Pink, Green, and VVh1te. Flower-Apple Blossom. 14 g. g PATRONESSES I w MISS MARY E. HATTON 1 MISS CLYDE E. FOSTER l I Fin: . .HONORARY MEMBERS, FACULTY MISS VIDA COLLINS I MISS GERTRUDE PI-IELPS MISS FLORENCE COOPER MISS MARGARET COOPER ACTIVE MEMBERS Mildred Chadwick Ruth McIntyre yy Bessie Churchill ' Rose Mulcahy Eleanor Engel Florence MacDonald Constance Gray Marion O'Brien 1,51 Bertha Green Louise Porter Genevieve Hurley Agness Quinn Isabel Haffey Mercile Rogers, Elaine Herbert Annabel Sanford Helen Houseworth Hazel Smithi Wi' Dorothy Jerome Helen Straughn Quill Wilma Johnson Mary Taylor i l Mae Kellogg Harriet Van Aken 1 ' Kathleen McCauley Florence Yeoward l I , gil ' HONORARY MEMBER' FRANCES M. CURRIE PLEDGES Fi LILLIAN HOAC RUTII NEIL I l l 1 li ' 202 E, i 1 . 1 Treble Glef Established 1905 Colors-Royal Purple and Pearl Gray - Flower-English Violet MRS. N. A. HARVEY PATRONESSES , ' MRS. ANNIS D. GRAY MRS. VV. P. BowEN HONORAERY MEMBERS MISS MARY MCDERMOTT MISS IDA HINTZ ' ASSOCIATE MEMBERS ii MISS GRACE HAACK MISS MARGARET DENLEY 1 U ' MISS PAULINE DERBYSHIRE Dora Stein Vera Smith Helen Chew Louise Sworthout Grace O'Brien Edna Dewey Janet Southard Anne Rovvden Ruth Poster ACTIVE MEMBERS PLEDGES' 204 Irma Zapf Bertha Fisher Jessie Bennet Johanna Clifford Lela Cieotte Agnes Smith Hilda Smye-Stevens Lillian King Bertine McC1'eary 3 Delta Phi Established 1909 PATRONESSES MRS. C. O. HOYT' MRS. F. R. GoR1'oN FACULTY MEMBERS MISS LIDA CLARK MISS ADELLA JACKSON MISS GRETA FORTE RESIDENT MEMBER HELEN HAYWARD HATCHER A Wilda Bayes Norma Craine Elizabeth Ferguson Marion Hall Marjorie Howard ACTIVE MEMBERS Gladys Hungerford Louise Lightbody Kathryn Lockwood Isca McClaughry Catherine Petit g Thelma Henry Helen Mitchell Margaret Vlfyckoff PLEDGESN Maybelle Reid Marion Riggs Mariel Robbins Ruth Robbins Loraine ,Severence Kathleen Shaw Ruth Steadman . Marion Thomson Alice Vlfarner Jessie VVitherell Lilian Hutchinson Lucille Miller 206 l J..b....'-5 - 3 -L.fQFi5:g1E?FY 2 l t Zeta Tau Alpha Established 1910 Colors-Blue and White Flower-VVhite Rose L PATRONESSES h MRS. DEH. ROBERTS Miss ELIZABETH MCCRICKETT FACULTY MEMBERS Miss JOHANNA ALPERMANN . Miss MABEL VVOMBAUGH Eva Beuthien Bertha Bielby Marion Button Ilah Detwiler Clara Eichbauer Frieda Gilchrist Elsie Gutmann Clive Henderson ACTIVE MEMBERS i Edna Wiggiiis 208 Margaret Kelsey Louise Kincaid Berniece Lawler Ethel McCrickett Eunice Niblick Marie Roche Alta Speers Marguerite W7 atkins F., . f I 209 Theta Lambda Sigma ,Sorority Established I 1912 Colors-Crimson and Black Flower-American Beauty Rose MRS. CARL PRAY MRS. ALVIN STRICKLER GoLDA CONNELL Grace Parkhurst Florence Root -Irene McQueen Edna Kunze Doris Cooley Mary, Richards Mary-Horn Maurine jones Hope Conkey Isabel Hutton Ruth Hastings Alpha Beta . Delta . Epsilon Gamma Ypsilon PATRON ESS MRS. H. Z. WILBER HONORARY MEMBERS I MRS. ELMER D. MITCHELL MRS. BEYERMAN C q FACULTY MEMBERS LUCIA DENSMORE ESTABROOK RANKIN A ' ACTIVE MEMBERS Corda McCarty Eloise Cooper Leita Cooley Helen Ferrick ' Grace Simmons Lucile Forster Myrtle Dunston Irene Stuart Ruth Templeton Ruth Schumacher Lena Binkle CHAPTER ROLL 210 . Chicago, Illinois . Rogers Park, Illinois . Fort Wforth Texas . Little Rock, Aikansas Valparaiso, Indiana Ypsilanti, Michigan 2 4 ,, I ' 1 1 iifi Lil 1 1 ll! yu 1 Kappa Gamma ll Q. Established 1914 4 1 Colors-Blue and Wliite - . .1 11 1 : , 1: , V Phi Flower-Violet Fl A A PATRONESS MRS.'0. O. NORRIS FACULTY MEMBERS MISS SARA LEWIS A MISS FLORENCE MCCLOUTII l , 5 1 HONORARY MEMBERS - I : Z . ' MISS JESSIE LAIRD MISS VVINNIFRED LACEY 'S Q MISS IEMMA R. CROSS Cln servicej i l i l 1 ACTIVE MEMBERS Gladys Marshall ' Helen Barton Francine Brown Lillian Harffer li l b if Lois Winkler Katliryne Keep ' Ruth Bockes Gladys Nagle ' Marian Bockes Margaret Koudelka Emma Reckling Doi-ice Pascoe Alice Yorker Latona Ewing I LuluMay Charlton Lenip PLEDGESL Wiliiiot Nanncarrow Ethel Mclntyne E sl V? LE Q l lull li ' A 212 g? F 1 I I 1 L. x,:,,xm., ,- X - X . ',.. 5 , 1 YW Y' X . Q K F .4 N X .- " ' . b L xlx: 2 wr - x ' Mu Delta Sorority y - gLambda Chapter Established 1914 Colors-Pink and White i Fl0WC1'-Pink R056 PATRONESS MRS. BESSIE I. PRIDDY Ctemporaryj FACULTY MEMBER RUTH HANSEN I I HONORARY MEMBERS GRETCHEN K. LUTZ ' LUELLA SEAGER I ' I F. VERLE COPPENS i , A ACTIVE AMEMBERS Pauline .Behler Lovisa Roberts' Betty Green A M Leah Margaret Wilde Amelia Bartlett - Antionette A Frazer Jeanette Fineberg 'Pearl Martin Helen McBrathie Alpha . Beta. Delta L Epsilon . Zeta. Eta . Theta . Iota. Kappa . Lambda . Mu . Nu . ' Ruth Wagner Mae Dwyer Martha Chapin E. Gayle Iles Margaret Despins Margaret Burns Mary Nurenburg Helen Taylor Marjery Robinson PLEDGES Georgia Denton CHAPTER RoLL . ' ...... Wfooster, Chio . Lewis Institute, Chicago, Illinois . . . Summit, New fersey . . Los Angeles, California .VVicker Park, Chicago, I 'ii, inois . Irving Park, Chicago, Iffinois . North Shore, Chicago, Ilfinois . East St. Louis, Ifinois . Norwood Park, I '.'i inois . . Ypsilanti, lVIICl.llg'Z'll1 . East Orange, New jersey . . . Flint, Micfiigan 214 ' N n. . . ,W vm -if .qw .p-H.. POV ff 1-4- 49" 5 Norman Arthur Norman Borgerson Philip' Boyce Ernest Brigham Marvin Carr Carl DeForrest George Duncan Glenn Fraser Clark Frasier Perry Frasier f Z 5 2 2 f W .lyzf y, L4 - ' ,ig Mi' A Pf ff' " gf , , 3, an QM: 325 - W f--pw 1 .wif-, f .ff if 'f 2,121 2 ffl 'w w ., Nf fh , -A if ,-.f- , , -,. ,fw- Wf ,H ,,.,.i,4.., . ,. 'M-I ' ffwwffzz nz. . ' r ua ,. 9 , X MQ' 1 Q ww. MEMBERS IN SERVICE Harold Lamb Earl Larrahee Paul Lockwood Foster Luse Reid Luse ,Clarence Morrall Hugh' Morrison Byron Oakes Benjamin F. Pittengei George Quinell Grlo Gill John Seney Francis L. D. Goodrich Allan Sherzer Wallace Hall Cyril Sutton Nat. W. Hopkins Arthur Sweet Oliver Johnson Mills Wfilber Merland :Kopka Harlow XV ood Oscar Wfood 216 Phi Delta Pi 't Established 1892 Incorporated 1900 ' Colors-Pink and White i A Flower-Pink Carnation PATRON DR. CHAS. O. HOYT MEMBERS J. S. Lathers, '93 I H. Z. Wilber, 'OZ C. M. Elliott, '10 A. Youngquist, '13 John Aliber, '17 Russell Gee Dale Wilber Chester Kondratowicz Eaton Bemis Fred Seaver 217 Francis Threadgould C. P. Steimle, 'OZ A. G. Erickson, '03 A. Strickler, '13 E. M. Conklin, '12 Roy McDougall, '18 Cecil Millard Owen Cleary Harvey Lynch Arm of Honor Established 1895 Incorporated 1915 C R - PATRON DR. B. L. D'OooE FACULTY MEMBERS PROP.. O. O. NORRIS R y P MR. CARL LINDEGREN ' BROTHERS IN SERVICE Franklin Armstrong Roy Blanford Cleve Bradshaw Clarence Brown Thurman M. Clay Fred Currier Dale Curtis Herbert 'Dunbrook Arthur Erwin files Freeman Neil Gardner Harold Gaudy Dana Willbee Hazen Hewitt Harry Hubbard Howard Hutchinson Leonard Juhl Claire Langton I Donald Lawler Alex Longnecker Malcolm McGregor Arthur McKenny Lawrence McKenny Clifford McMillen Edward McRae W BROTHERS IN TOWN George Becker Guy Bedell A Don Bell W Clarence Cannon Joseph H. Thompson John Alfred Fred Allen Fred Bates Oliver Carlson Herbert Cooney Wesley Dawson John Deubel G. C. Handy Seward H. Horner ACTIVE MEMBERS Rolland Drake Waltei' Draper Chas. N. Gilson -Leland Hewett Robert S. Hewett Encell Swem 218 DR. R. C. FORD George Meade Edward Millis George Parsons Roy Parsons I Howard Pearl LaReau Peterson Russel Reader Orlo I. Robinson Elton Rynearson Claude Scriber Raymond. Sides John Thomas Louis W'olters Mac Morrison Sewell Platte Thurlow Riley Ernest Rynearson Dr. Leo I. Wfitmire Louis H. Hollway Roy McMurray J. E. Maurice Merrill Edward Powers Elton Rynearson , X1 V. it ,,.. Y V 'ii I 17:4 'wa ' 2 xl Y , X 3, 5 Alpha Tau Delta Established 1907 Incorporated 1910 Colors-Maroon and Gold -Flower-Maroon and Gold Tulip PATRON DR. NATHAN A. HARVEY BROTHERS' IN FACULTY DR. FREDERICK H. GORTON . PROF. BERT W1 PEET ' ' PROF. FREDERICK B. IXTCKAY Ambrose, Rell A. Bennett, Arlo A. Bernhardt, Hugh Corbin, Byron S. Campbell, Oliver Culver, Guy Dunsmore, Philo Fistler, Dwight Fuller, I. Burns b Grettenburger, Ru Hartman, john B. Harvey, Alfred L Henninger, Archie Hogle, Frank H. Banks, Glenn E. Carr, Allen BROTHERS IN SERVICE C. en A. Wiliiiot, Hazen Holen, Alvin Humphrey, Rufus R. Hynes, John A. I Holmes, R. A. jefferson, Theodore Lee, Frank H. Poe, Wilber Ponton, J. Clarence Shimp, Hiram H. Smith, Harry L. Smith, I-Iewett M. VanTiffen, XV111. H. Vtfard, Robert E. W7irth, Carl BROTHERS IN COLLEGE Crittenden, D. Eugene Crowe, Dale DeBoer, Lawerence Fox, Harold Francis, Hugh Haydon, Frank Hubbard, John B. 220 Kent, Russel Lash, Lewis M. Parson, Howard Rich, Clinton H. Siler, Melvin XVaring', NVilli:11u Wfest. Homer XVebb, Roy O. Wfood, Burton 2 Chi Delta Established 1914 Colors-Lavender 'and Gold ' PATRON PROFESSOR CARL E. PRAY A FACULTY MEMBERS V DR. W. H. SHERZER PROP. PAUL B. SAMPSON Bernard Beckwith Clarence Beeman Rolland Bogue Martin Bos Ralph Carpenter Floyd Cutcher Lloyd Gullen . Carl Hood R Daale jones ACTIVE MEMBERS 222 Merle jones Harold Knickerbocker Arthur Roberts George Rowan Ranson Townsend Lee Van Horn Milton Ward Chauncey Warren Carl Wheaton Y I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ws. ,, M, . -P' II I ff - I I I I I I5-,, I - .I 1 ,, . 1 'I f Kappa .Phi Alpha Established 1902 l 'Color-Royal Purple Flower-American Beauty Rose Floyd I. Barkman Deon C. Green George Lockwood Edwin J. McCauley John 'Woods Phelp Crouse Halmer Green PATRON PROFESSOR D1MoN'H. ROBERTS HONORARY MEMBER FRED M. GREENSTREET ACTIVE MEMBERS Harold Augustus Andrus Wilson A A George Glover ACharles A. Engleman Clifford Crane RESIDENT MEMBERS Ralph I. jameson james I. Woods Charles B. Cleary Verle E. Wfyble Thomas Clayton Raymond Augustus Don F.. Rogers Alex Wfobln lfVillian1 C. Lambie Frank 'XV ebb I After the present year, the Kappa Phi Alpha Fraternity will disband for the duration- of the War 224 Q .f .,....,.... was-. . Lf' P i , 1 11 . V , , 1 , , , mu ,..,,.1...1 .,-,.,v,-.-.-.-v.::A'-,-g1fn,f.Q1xf.- .-..- - -- f r.. f-. . f N clfwewrfz . x . 44-.'-1L---.a- ian'-'-'1"-gfi'1iM"." 'Q gi ,, , ' , 4 S I I 1 I I I I . I I. I ,.,, I I. I Q. W1 'Q I I I , . I7 I 6 I gi 5. 'I I I I V I , , If I I Ii E. ,I I Il II I I I I II I, I .I I I 52132 VIII If I IQIQ III I I, II fI I ',I III BNI I- IIIEIIE '-5 I IMI .M II IV Je: ' II r I I II I I x. PROFESSOR XVILBUR P. BOXVEN Head Of the Department Of Physical Education 225 Elton Rynereson, Coach Elton Rynereson, who coached Normal athletes last year had a job ahead of him that was enough to make anyone want to give up and quit. A job of coaching in a school with very few men is bad enough in ordinary times, and a great deal worse in these extraordinary times, of coaching teams which he knew would not have that necessary article-backing by the student body, of coaching exceedingly green players+that is enough to make anyone quail. But not "Ryne." He- made a football team that, while not remarkable for the number of games won, put up a good clean article of ball. AI-Iis team was broken to pieces p just before the last game by inroads of Uncle Sam. By sheer determination on the part of they coach a team was put on the field that last day that closed the season with a victory. i His basketball team composed of the most inexperienced players went through a hard season with colors flying-twelve wins out of thirteen starts was their record. Then-he had to go. War called him, and .our well liked and 'respected pal and coach left us. "Ryne" will fight the same as hecoached- never down-hearted, never faltering, always straight, clean and honorable. The Normal athletes who have played under and with him will join us in saying: " 'Ryne,' we hate to see you go." "Ryne"-a clean sportsman, a great soldier, but greater than all--a MAN. ' 226 l 3 X l l Q P EAIZEIZS' - A f gm E: 1 ,L A Q 0 THE A BASEBALL, 1917 Barns ' Carlson McClear Hole Ried Carpenter, R. I1 Crowe Engleman Hutchinsen Price Price Mitchell Croll Webb Reitzkat Banks McMurray . Hoagland Kondratowitz Carpenter, R. C Powers Drake Lawler Powers Dunn . Dunbrook , TRACK, 1917 Edwards Smith, H. R Rollin Rathbun TENNIS, 1917 L Reader Horner L FOOTBALL, 1917 Aliber - Crowe McCauley Ambrose Wilson Cooney soocER, 1217 Hotchkiss Luse Carr West BASKETBALL, 1918 ' Hollway Morris 227 Culver Wolters ' James Hartwell Townsend Lampkin Tidey Morris Q Haydon Walker ' Lawler Boyd Bogue Cleary Crowe Beeman FOOTBALL TEAM Top row-Rynereson, coach, Crowe, Beeman, Aliber, Haydon, Morris, Price Middle row-Mitchell, Lampkin, Croll, Webb, Reitzkat, Banks, McCauley. Bottom row-Ambrose Wilson, Cooney. Abs ent-Lawler, Walker. Center ' Guards , Tackles . Ends . . . Quarterback . Halves . Euuback .F M. S. N. C. . M. S. N. C. . M. S. N. C. . M. S. N. C. . M. S. N. C. . M. S. N. C. . M. S. N. C. . LINE-UP .. . . Haydon . Cooney, Croll, Aliber . Lawler, Mitchell, Price . Morris, Crowe, Banks . Ambrose, McCauley . Wilson, VVebb, Reitzkat . . . VValker SCHEDULE . O Michigan All Fresh . . 18 . 28 Assumption. . . O . 63 Mt. Pleasant . O . O Qlivet ..... 19 . 7 M. A. C. All Fresh . . 13 . O Alma . . . . 27 . 13 Hillsdale 3 223 OO B LL The opening of school found four men of, experience on the job, they were VVolters, Longnecker, Price and Wilson. VVith those men as a nucleus a fairly strong team was formed. The line was heavy and full of fight, the back field fast and clever. But for some reason things seemed to break against the boys -perhaps it was the experience of most of the players 5 it might have been luck. It seemed that in every game things would invariably go against the Green and White. An intercepted pass lost one game, inexperience one, over-confidence another, and Alma with her splendid machine took the fourth. We have no ex- cuse to offer for that game, the boys put up a splendid fight on a muddy field against a much superior team. VVe have only praise for them-and,Alma. However, before the last game, with Hillsdale, the Normals lost three of their best and most effective players-things looked pretty bad. The old light that always makes itself manifest when we play that school, was there, and we closed our season with a victory. An inexperienced team, bad luck, and a disgraceful lack of support on the part of the student body gave the team, a record of but three wins in seven starts. Of course, it is impossible to prophesy what we will have next year because it is not known which of this year's team will be available, but with any kind of an enrollment of those who ought to be back we should put forth a heavy, fast, experienced, and powerful aggregation of players. w ww 229 SOCCER TEAM Top row-Boyd, Bogue, West, Sampson, coachg Hotchkiss, Carr. Bottom row-Luse, Cleary, MacMurray, Hoagland, Kondratowitz, Carpenter 'Goal . . Right back Left back V. Right half . Center half Left half ' . Outside right Inside right Center . Inside left . Outside left M. S. N. C. M. S. N. C. M. S. N. C. M. S. N. C. LINE-UP SCHEDULE . . l 1 3 . . ll Cricketeers Cricketeers VVindsor VValke1'ville 230 . Carr Carpenter . Bogue . Boyd Hotchkiss . W'est Luse . Cleary McMurray Hoagland Kondratowitz 1 . 6 . 1 .4 JP' QU" 5 -i, ,ps QU' tw' an fd iln gal' W" .gywf 1 Soccer y r y . . As was the case with every branch of our athletics, the first soccer call brought out but two veterans and about twenty-five recruits. However, the two veterans were two of the stars of the previous year's team, Capt. McMurray and Hoagland. With such a pair to build on it is no wonder that the team eX- perienced a very successful seasonQ 'On scheduling games the Normal author- ities always' have to arrange contests with either independent teams or with much larger schools that usually-are far out of their class. That being the case, it is almost a custom for our soccer team to lose most of their games. This year even Michigan did not put a team in the field, and we were forced to go to Detroit and Canada for all games. However, our boys went through a very stiff schedule with a wonderful record. The first game of the season was with the Detroit Cricketeers, and to the surprise of every one, the visitors were held to a 1-l tie. A week later the Cricketeers returned with a 'team composed of the pick of the Detroit league. They won 6-1. Then our boys settled down and beat Winsdor Coligate Institute and Walkerville. A successful season ended with good prospects. May next year's team do as well as orbetter than this year's. , p 231 BASKETBALL TEAM Top row-Till, Powers, Rynereson, coach, Hollway, Drake. - Bottom row--Kondratowitz, Morris, Crowe, Beeman. . LINE-UP Forwards . . . . Powers, Drake, Kondratowitz Center .... Crowe Guards . ..... Hollway, Morris, Beeman, Till SCHEDULE M. S. N. C. h. 44 Detroit College of Law . . 25 M. S. N. C. . 31 Alma ..... . 20 M. S. N. C. . 31 Bowling Green Normal . . 27 M. S. N. C. . 16 Detroit Junior College . . 23 1VI. S. N. C. . 37 Detroit College of Law . . 10 M. S. N. C. . 44 Hillsdale .... . 15 M. S. N. C. . 43 Assumption . . . . 22 M. S. N. C. . 50 Mt. Pleasant Normal . . 13 M. S. N. C. . 36 Detroit Junior College . . 34 M. S. N. C. . 49 University of Toledo . . 20 M. S. N. C. . 49 Assumption . . . . 15 M. S. N. C. . 24 Alma ..... . 15 M. S. N. C. . 28 Mt. Pleasant Normal . . 14 232 Basket ball was as uncertain this year as it was last, and another very suc- cessful season has been passed over. Wlien the season ended, we could say again that we had lost but one game, we could also add that a Normal basket- ball team has never been defeated in the new gym. ' At the call for candidates Powers was the only letter manito show up. The coach went through the material with a fine toothed comb, and a winning team resulted. Morris from the Reserves, Crowe and Hollway from class teams, and four Freshmen united with Powers to form a victorious quintet. The whole secret of their success lay in the coaching they received. The value of teamwork was pointed out to them, and they profited. The necessity for short, sharp, continuous passing was also made clear, and they obeyed that rule, the result was that they bewildered every team they faced with their passing. t I Twelve wins out of thirteen starts was the record of a winning team. This compares very favorably with the "seventeen out of eighteen" record of the previous year. May future teams keep' our slate as clean! . The student body showed their appreciation of the boys' work by their splendid turnout at the games, with a result that people had to be turned away from the gym. There is no doubt that that display of spirit inspired the boys on to many a victory. 233 l 4 - BASEBALL A l ' Top row-Bell, coach, Lampkin, Carlson, Morris, Hollway, Snyder, Powers. Bottom row-Draper, Waring, ,Kondratowitz, Bates, Alfred, Fox. , LINE-UP ' ' Catcher . .I Draper Pitcher . '. Powers, ,Carlson First Base . . Hollway p Second Base A . . Snyder .Third Base . ,Kondratowitz A Short Stop . Carlson, Powers 1 Outiield . . Vifaring, Fox, Bates, Alfred, Morris Lampkin Q Q I SCHEDULE M. S. N. C. . . 4 Assumption . .I 7 M. S. N. C. . . , 9 Alma . . 6 M. S. N. C. . . 6 Case . . 1 M. S. N. C. . . 4 M. A. C. . 1 M. s. N. C. . . 0 Hillsdale . S1 M. S. N. C. . St. Marys -. M. S. N. C. . Hillsdale . M. S. N. C. . Mt. Pleasant . M. S. N. C. . Alma . . M. S. N. C. . Olivet . M. S. N. C. . Assumption . 234 ii ig. wx J ' N Ili XA ' QW' ' j lv. A ,J ZX-N , RTK D i f f X "K H . ff x E fin' BSL , - ' wig , .N 1 K , fn! ..-af-it , Xiu, , Baseball has assumed the same proportions in the Normal that it takes all over the United States. From the time when the snow was melted and the air grew warm the thud of the ball against the bat was heard around ,the cam- pus. At the call for candidates a goodly number of men appeared to help make a team. Carlson, -third' base, and Powers, pitcher, are the only ones of last year's squad on the job, but they are receiving a lot of backing from therest of the men. ' A ' , VVhile four games have thus far been played, the places on the team are still uncertainfin many cases because of the keenness of the competition. The first game of the season was lost to Assumption by a seven to four score, but the men came back the next Week and won a nine to six slugging matchfrom Almafs mighty team. The team has struck its stride, and great things are ex- pected from it. Q There are two new schools on our schedule, and the Green and White is having its first taste of big company, in several years. Case and M. A. C. are the schools that introduce us to big time ball. The two teams came here on successive days and the boys sure did themselves proud. Case was taken into camp on Friday, mainly through the good work of the Normal hurlers. Pow- ers and Carlson were on the moundand between them they forcednineteen vis- itors to fan the air-and they .allowed but two hits. The result of such airtight work was a seven to one victory. M. A. C. came here on the next day and Powers set them down with but three scattered hits-one of them questionable. The whole team played remarkable ball, and clouted DeMond, the highly touted M. A. M. C. hurler for nine hard bingles. The result was another victory- this time four to one. With such a start a very favorable season is looked forward to. 235 TRACK TEAM , Top row-Millard, Carpenter, Seaver, Sampson, coach, Boyd, Bennett, Hood Middle row-Cleary, Roberts, Crowe, Smith, Wheaten, VVest. ' Bottom row-VVa1ker, Swem, Hunt. LINE-UP , i Dashes . Crowe, Swem, Millard, Cleary 440 yd. . Cleary, Millard, Boyd 880 yd. . Wheaten, Seaver, Carpenter, Boyd Distance runs . West, Hood, Bennett Relay . . Crowe, Swem, Cleary, Carpenter, Wheaten Hurdles . Hunt, Walker, Smith, Lampkin jumps ' . Walker, Smith, Hunt Pole vault Vlfalker, Hunt ' Shot . . Crowe, Roberts Discus Smith, Roberts, VValker Javelin . . . Walker, Crowe, Hunt Hand Grenade . Vlfalker, Crowe, Roberts SCHEDULE May 10 1 . Detroit Junior College, here May' 18 . M. A. C. Invitation Meet, there May Z5 . Hillsdale, . here May 31 . Detroit Junior College, there 236. A Track Last year's track team was broken up shortly after the season started by the "back-to-the-farm" movement. This year's team is, as before, an uncertain quality, with "Tim" Crowe the only one of last year's squad in school. 'How- ever, he is good for almost enough points to win a meet. The boys have been working hard, and it looks as if Crowe will have an able corps of assistants. As is usually the case it takes the indoor track meet to bring out the material that is represented among the new men. Some regular stars were uncovered at that time, and they bid fair to make. their mark in Normal track history. The team is especially strong in' the dashes, in which our sole veteran spec- ializes. The middle distance and longer runs, as well as the jumps, are being very capably taken care' of by a group of recruits. The weight events seem to be the only things bothering at present, and they will soon be taken care. of. The real strength of the team is still untried, but the prospects are good for a very successful season,-a season with a long list of one-sided Normal victories. A 237 i ff. e I i 1 f 1 1 3 4 H T K Q Q 1 x 3 4 in 5 i ,ii f, 'YH Iii 2, ,,, .ji i .1 lx, l "l Allies' Dance One form of what might be termed "athletics" in which our college girls are trained and in which some excel, isaesthetic dancing. With its combined vigor and grace it affords a popular type of exercise. 1 This year, with our thoughts filled with patriotism, a pretty dance was worked out and costumed to represent the Allies. The dance was given at the Middle Western Physical Educational Conference in Detroit, and at the Annual' Demonstration here in the Auditorium. Theppicture gives tvvo of the four groups who presented it. F. C. B. 238 SOPHOMORE MANAGERS-ANNUAL INDOOR MEET i Winners of the Girls' Indoor Meet 1918 A great interest was manifested in the Annual Indoor Meet regardless of the 'fact that certain restrictions 'were placed upon the program by the war measures of the college. The Sopliomores won by a good margin of over twen ty points altho the Freshmen were close contestants in many of the events Helen Barton . Hazel Smith . Helen Shaw . Genevieve Cooney Agnes Dodge . Maxine Odell . Leora Ellsworth Florence Yeoward 239 . . General Manager Manager of Basket Ball Manager of Dash n Manager of Newcomb Manager of Ropes Swedish Swimming Volley Ball EQ A C FRESHMEN MANAGERS IN THE ANNUAL INDOOR MEET .-TL --l- f as 431 Q! Tennis is as much in evidence this spring as in other years. The courts are in use all day and until dark in the eveningf Everyone gets an equal chance to learn 'the game and some real stars are produced. The best of these are unitedinto tennis teams Who play outside schools. There is usually a men's team as well as a vvomen's. As yet, neither team is formed. The only one of last yearfs experts on the courts, is Irene Tidey., She is easily the best in school andimany critics rank her as the best woman tennis player in the collegiate' circles in the state. In the first tournament of the year, which was played with M. A. C., she had Esther Bernhart as a partner. These two girls easily defeated their rivals in both' singles and doubles. A The competition for places on the men's team is still keen with Shawley, Gilson, Wood and Beeman trying for places. just which one of these will make the grade, is still a question. The men vvere defeated in the opening engage- ment' by M. A. C. in a close contest and feel confident that they can reverse the decision when they meet at East Lansing. p It is vvorthnoting that the girls of the Normal have not lost a tennis match in some years. 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There were in all sixteen schools represented, which is a remarkable number considering the times. As is always the case, thecontest is divided into two sections, the winners' series and the consolation series. All the teams that win their First game enter the winners' series, these teams play an elimination contest in which every losing team drops out, until two are left. These play the finals, in the last game of the tournament, and the winner gets first place while the loser takes home the second prize. The consolation series is played among the teams that lost their hrst game. As each team in this section loses its second game it is dropped until two are left. The winner of the last game receives a consolation reward. In the meet this year the boys from Milan defeated Grayling for first place and Wyaiidotte won the "BOOby" from Dexter. The playing of the two winners was marked by their speed and skill. They passed well, played together like machines, and had little trouble in Ending the basket whenever an occasion presented itself. Neither experienced any difhculty until they met on the last day. It really was a pretty game to see, short accurate passing, machine-like teamwork-extremely good work for high- school teams. The Milan team was just a little better and as a result they took the game by a 30-25 score. The work of Milan was a good sample of perseverence. Two years ago they failed to place, last year they took home theiconsolation banner, and this year they took-first. After losing their first game, Wyanclotte came back strong and had little trouble in defeating the rest of the teams in their section. And now that it is over, we can look back and say that it was a decided success. 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" gi, 5. u CIO ichigan State Normal College FOUNDED IN 1852 A Higli School Graduation Required for Admission EDUCATIONAL PLANT : Campus of 45 acres. Seven buildings with modern equipment. . Training School including Elementary and High School Departments. CERTIFICATES ANID DEGREES: I Life Certificate on completion of Two Years' Curriculum. A. B. Cin educationj Degree on completion of Four Years' Curriculum. SPECIAL COURSES : Household Arts-Four Years' Curriculum, .Life Certificate, B. S. Degree. I Kindergarten-Two Years' Curriculum, Life Certificate. Physical Education-Two and Three Years' Curriculum, Life Certificate. Public School Music-Two and Three Years, Curriculum, Life Certificate. Drawing and Manual Arts-Two Years' Curriculum, Life Certificate. . Commercial-CIn connection with accredited Business Collegesj Two Years, Curriculum, Life Certificate. ' , A Normal College Conservatory of Music Offers Courses in Voice, Piano, Organ, and Violin WRITE FOR CATALOGUE C. P. STEIMLE, Secretary, Registrar YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN Y 4. un u 'lx I+ 2 -16 NS . f , xx t N - X yy t V ru,uuu f l We thank you, the students of the Normal College, for your patron- age, and extend to you our best Wishes for your success in life. iller Studio 'l' 4' 247 4' 4' X This isour- opportunity to thank you for your kind patronage and' to solicit your x orders in the future. When you are away teaching, just remem- ber the place Where you ,did your trading While attending' the Normal, make your Wants known to us, and We will giye you the same courteous treatment in the future as We have in-the past. r A . i ZWERGEL' ' "The Store at the Narnia!" YPSILANTI, MOUNT PLEASANT5 ' VMICI-I. MICH. 'f' 4. 248 -M. --wr- ' 1 "' -1- HLING Ros. VERARD Q- Printers, Binders and Engravers e KALAMAZ00, MICHIGAN College Annuals A Specialty HIS COPY of "The Aurora" was produced complete in our plant. If you like it Write us before contracting for your next order of' quality printing in any field. 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