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HON. BENJAMIN S. I'IANCIll'I'l"I' . HON HON . l.UelUs L. I'IUBBARIJ . . WAIJNQR H. SAWVRR HON. VILT'I'OIi M. GORE . LION. .IUNIUS E. REAL . HON. FRANK B. LELAND . 1'ION . WILLIAM L. Cr.laM1zN'rs . Ann Arbor Grand Rapids Houghton Hillsdale Benton Harbor Ann Arbor Detroit Bay City Detroit HON. LIARRY C. BULKLEY . HON. JAMES O.. NIUIUHN . . LION. FRI-zo L. IQIQELIQR, Superintendent of Public Instruction . SHIRLEY W. SMl'1'll, Secretary Of the Board RORIQRT .'X. CAMI'BliI.l., Treasurer of the Board 7-1l't'IIf-X'-f0llf Detroit Lansing -- --nr --- nu-mn4:.:-.: -. ff - f - I- --re: me-.::t nie: mn... 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HENIQY SMITH CARHART, A.M., LL.D., Sc.D., Professor Emeritus of Physics. RAYMOND CAZALLIS DAVIS, A.M., Librarian Emeritus, Beneficiary of the Professor George P. Wil- liams Emeritus Professorship Fund. HENRY CARTER ADAMS, Ph.D., LL.D., Professor of Political Economy and Finance. WBRADLEY MAR'l'IN THOMPSON, M.S., LL.B., Professor Emeritus of Law. ALBERT AUGUSTUS STANLEY, A.M., Mus.D., Professor of Music, and Curator of the Stearns Collection of Musical Instruments. FRANCIS WILLEY KELSEY, Ph.D., LL.D., Professor of the Latin Language and Literature. CHARLES BEYLARD GUERARD DE NANCIIEIJIE, A.M., M.D., LL.D., Professor Emeritus of Surgery in the Medical School. NELVILLE SOULE Horlj, D.D.S., Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry. JOSEPH BAKER DAVIS, A.M., C.E., Professor Emeritus of Geodesy and Surveying. - WARREN PLIMPTON LOMEARD, M.D., Sc.D., Professor of Physiology. JACOB ELLSWORTH REIGHARD, Ph.B., Professor of Zoology and Director of the Zoological Laboratory. TTHOMAS CLARKSON TRUEBLOOD, A.M., Professor of Oratory. THOMAS ASHFORD BOGLE, LL.B., Professor Emeritus of Law. WILEERT B. HINSDALE, M.S., A.M., M.D., Professor of the Theory and Practice of Medicine and Clin- ical Medicine, Dean ofthe Homoeopathic Medical School, and Director of the University Ho- moeopathic Hospital. ROBERT MARK WENTLEY, D.Phil., Sc.D., Litt.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Professor of Philosophy. WILLIS ALONZO DEWEY, M.D., Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics and Acting Professor gf Mental and Nervous Diseases, and Secretary of the Faculty in the Honfoeopathic Medical chool. VICTOR HUGO LANE, C.E., LLB., Fletcher Professor of Law and Law Librarian. HORACE LAFAYETTE WILGUS, M.S., Professor of Law. CLAUDIgShBIiIGH IKINYON, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology in the Homoeopathic Medi- cal c oo. ARTHUR GRAVES CANFIELD, A.M., Professor of the Romance Languages and Literatures. REUEEN PETERSON, A.B., M.D., Bates Professor of the Diseases of Women and Children in the Medi- cal School, and Medical Director of the University Hospital. ROBERT EMMET BUNKER, A.M., LL.D., Professor of Law. FRED NEWTON SCOTT, Ph.D., Professor of Rhetoric. MAX WINKLER, Ph.D., Professor of the German Languages and Literatures. ' The names of Professors Cincludhing Librarianj, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors, and other officers 'of instruction are placed in their appropriate divisions, according to term of appointment and length of continuous service with present rank, l 1'The dagger preceding a name indicates that the member of the Faculty is absent on leave. Tl Died. Trumzty-fir e FREDERICK GEORGE NOVY, M.D., Sc.D., Professor of Bacteriology, and Director of the Hygiene Lab- oratory. EDWARD DEMILLE CAMPBELL, B.S., Professor of Chemistry, and Director of the Chemical Laboratory. ALLEN SISSON WHITNEY, A.B., Professor of Education. FILBERT R0'fII, B.S., Professor of Forestry. G. CARL HUEER, M.D., Professor of Anatomy, and Director of the Anatomical Laboratories. THENRY lM.OORE BATES, Ph.B., LL.B., Tappan Professor of Law, and Dean of the Law School. EDWIN C1-IARLES GODDARD, Ph.B., LL.B., Professor of Law, and Chairman of the Administrative Committee of tl1e Law School. ALDRIEIJ SCOTT WARTHIN, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Pathology Zlllll Director of the Pathological Lab- oratory iu the Medical School. LOUIS PHILLIRS HAI.l., D.D.S., Professor of Operative aIId Clinical Dentistry. EGBERT THEODORE l-0liFlfl.liR, B.S., D.D.S., Professor Of Dental Therapeutics. ' FRED MANVILLE TAYLOR, Ph.D., Professor of Political Economy and Finance. ALEXANDER ZIWET, C.E., Professor of Mathematics. HEIiBEli'l' CHARLES SADLISR, Sc.D., Professor of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. TMOSIES GOMBERG, Sc.D., Professor of Organic Chemistry. WILLIAM JOSEPH HUSSEY, Sc.D., Professor of Astronomy, and Director of the Observatory. GEORGE WASHINGTON PA'1"l'liRSON, PlI.D., Professor of Engineering Mechanics. FREDERICK CHARLES NEWCOMIIE, Ph.D., Professor of Botany, and Director of the Botanical Labora- tory. WALTER ROBERT PARKER, B.S., M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology in the Medical School. TROY BISHOP CANEIELD, A.B., M.D., Professor of Otolaryngology in the Medical School. EMIL LORCH, A.M., Professor of Architecture. CLAUDE HAI.S'l'EAD VAN TYNE, Ph.D., Professor of History. JOSEPH HORACIE DRAKE, LL.B., Ph.D., Professor of Law. JOHN IQOMAIN ROOD, LL.B., Professor of Law. EDSON READ SUNDERLANII, LL.B., A.M., Professor of Law. AI.BEIt'l' MOORE BARRETT, A.B., M.D., Professor of Psychiatry and Diseases of the Nervous System in the Medical School. WILLIAM HERBERT HOBES, Ph.D., Professor of Geology, and Director of the Geological Laboratory and Geological Museum. CIIARLES WALLIS EDMUNDS, A.B., M.D., Professor of Therapeutics and Materia Medica, and Secre- tary of the Faculty of the Medical School. ALFRED HIENRY LLOYD, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy, Zlllfl Dean of the Graduate School. MORI'fZ LEVI, A.B., Professor of French. JOSEPH LYBRAND MAIQICLIEY, Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics. CHARLES HORTON COOLEY, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology. DEAN VVENTWORTH MYERS, M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology, Otology, Rhinology, and Laryugology, and Dean of the Training School for Nurses in the Homoeopathic Medical School . SAMUEL LAWRENCE BIOELOW, Ph.D., Professor of General and Physical Chemistry. ARTHUR GRAHAM HALL, Ph.D., Registrar, and Professor of Mathematics. EDWARD HENRY KRAUS, Ph.D., Professor of Mineralogy and Petrography, aI1d Director of the Min- eralogical Laboratory, and Dean of the Summer Session. MAIQCUS LLEWELLYN WARD, D.D.Sc., Professor of Applied Physics and Chemistry and of Crown and Bridge Work and Dean of the College of Dental Surgery. TJESSE SIDDALL REEVES, Ph.D., Professor of Political Science. EARLE WILBUR DOW, A.B., Professor of European History. WALTER BOWERS PILLSBURY, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology and Director of the Psychological Lab- oratory. ALVISO BURDETT STICVIENS, Ph.C., Ph.D., Professor of Pharmacy, and Dean of the College of Phar- macy. EVANS HOLBIXOOIC, A.B., LL.B., Professor of Law, and Secretary of the Law School. CLARENCE THOMAS JOHNSTON, C.E., Professor of Geodesy and Surveying, Custodian of the Bogardus Tract, and Director of the Davis Engineering Camp. . , ULRICH BONNELL PHILLIPS, Ph.D., Professor of American History. LOUIS A. STRAUSS, Ph.D., Professor of English. TALFRED HOLMES WHITE, A.B., B.S., Professor of Chemical Engineering. AR1'PlUR LYON CROSS, Ph.D., Richard Hudson Professor of English History. EDWARD RAYMOND TURNER, PlI.D., Professor of European History. HENRX' ARTHUR SANDERS, Ph.D., Professor of Latin. TJAMES WATERMAN GLOVER, Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics and Insurance. HENIIY EARLE RIGGS, A.B., C.E., Professor of Civil Engineering. EWALII AUGLlS'FUS BOUCKIC, PlI.D., Professor of German. HORAKIIE WILLIAMS ICING, B.S., Professor of Hydraulic Engineering. , u JOIIN ROBEll'l' EFFINOI-:R, Ph.D., Professor of French, aIId Dean of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. HIQNIQY CLAY ANIJEIQSON, B.M.E., Professor of Steam Power Engineering. CAMl'lll'Il.I. BONNER, Ph.D., Professor of the Greek Language and Literature. T':L'cIIt3'-.tix ERMINIC COWLES CAEIC, Ph.D., Professor of Historical Geology and Paleontology, and Curator of the Paleontological Ollection. S'rANIsLAUs JAN ZOwsIcI QZWIERZCHOWSKIJ, Dipl. Ing., Professor of Hydro-Mechanical Engineer- Ing. 'tWII.I.Is GORDON STONER, A.B.i3LIi3l3., Professor of Law. RALIIII NVILLIAM AIGLER, LL. ., rofessor of Law. Hlililllili'1' IQICHARIJ CROSS, A.M., Professor of Fine Arts, and Curator of Alumni Memorial Hall. WILLIAM CI-IRIs'I'IAN HOAII, B.S., Professor of Sanitary Engineering. ,IOIIN BARKIQR WA1'rE, A.B., LL.B., Professor of Law. LEWIS MlEliIi1'1"1' GRAM, B.S., Professor of Structural EIIgineeriIIg. Louis HOLMIES BOYNION, Professor of Architecture. HIQNIQY 1ilAROLll HIGIIIE, E.E., Professor of Electrical Engineering. EIJWARII DAVIII JONES, Ph.D., Professor of Commerce illlfl IIIdustry. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BAILEY, Ph.D., Professor of Electrical Engineering. CLARENCE LINTON MEAIJIEIR, Ph.D., Professor of Latin, Sanskrit, and General Linguistics. EIIGAR NOBLIE DUlil'lili, A.B., J'.D., Professor of Law. TUIIO JULIUS VVILE, A.B., M.D., Professor of Dermatology aIId Syphilology in the Medical School. 'i'DAV1ll FRIDAY, A.B., Professor of Economics. JAMES BAR'rLE'r'r l'fllMONllSON, A.M., Professor of Education, Inspector of High Schools. 'l'I'IUGH MCDOWl42l.l. BEEBE, M.D., Professor of Surgery, Clinical Surgery, Orthopedics, Electro-TlIer- apeutics, and Roentgenology iII the l-lomoeopatliic Medical School. RoI.I.o EUGENE lVliCCO'l"l'IiR, M.D., Professor of AIIatoIny. CYRI-:Nos GARRl'l"l' lJARl.lNG, M.D., Professor of Surgery llllfl Clinical Surgery in the Medical School, and Professor of Oral Surgery in tlIe College of Dental Surgery. IsAIAII l.Eo SI-IARI-'IvIAN, A.B., .l.L.ll., Professor of Economics. RUSSIELI. VVICLFORII l3IIN'rING, D.D.Sc., Professor of Dental Pathology aIId Histology, and Secretary of the College of Dental Surgery. 'l'ELMlER EIIWIN WARE, B.S., Professor of Chemical Engineering. HIIKQO PAUL TI-IIEME, PlI.D., Professor of French. IVIYRA BEACH JORIIAN, A.B., Dean of VVomen. ALEXANDER GRAN'r RIVFIIVEN, Ph.D., Professor of Zoology and Director of tlIe Museum of Zoology. CI'IAI.InERs j. LYONS, D.D.Sc., Professor of Oral Surgery and Consulting Dentist to tlIe University Hospital. LEROY VVA'I'l'IRMAN, Ph.D., Professor of Semitics. VVILLIAM WARNER Bisuov, A.M., Llll1'lll'l2lll. JOHN CAS'l'I.liRl'IAGll PARKER, A.M., E.E., Professor of Electrical Engineering. 'l'NEl.LIS BARNES FOSTER, l3.S., M.D., Professor of Internal Medicine iII the Medical School. TOIIIAS I. C. DIEKl'l0l"I", Ph.D., Professor of German. HARRISON MCAI.l.lS'l'lCli RANDALL, Ph.D., Professor of Physics. THOMAS ERNEST RANKIN, A.M., Professor of Rhetoric, Zlllll Secretary of the Sunnner Session. EIIWARII MlI.'1'ON BRAGG, B.S., Professor of Marine Engineering and Naval Architecture. CHARLES PHILIP WAGNIIR, P1I.D., Professor of Romance Languages. VVILLARII Trrus BARIIOIIR, A.M., LL. B., B.Litt., Professor of Law. WAl.'I'lEli BURTON FORII, Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics. GEORGE VVILLIAM' DOWRIE, Ph.D., Professor of Political Economy and Finance. JOSEPI-I JOAGIIINI ALIII-:R'r ROUSSICAU, Professor of Arcliitectnre. JAMES GICRRVI' VAN ZWUAUWENUURG, B.S., M.D., Professor of Roentgenology iII the Medical School. GEORGE CARLIETON MIll.l.liN, Lieutenant U. S. Army, Professor of Military 'Science aIId Tactics. HICNIIY KRAEMER, Ph.D., Professor of Pharmacognosy. DAVIII DUNCAN WAI.I.AcE, PlI.D., Acting Professor of American History. CLIFFORD DYER H0l.l.liY, Ph.D., Professor of Chemical Engineering. GEORGE EIIMIINID MYEIIS, Ph.D., Professor of Industrial Education. THERON cilLllER'l' YEOMANS, M.D., Professor of CliIIical Gynecology in the Homoeopathic Medical School. CARL DIIITLICY CAMP, M.D., Associate Professor of the Diseases of the Nervous System iII tlIe Med- ical School. DAVID MURIRAY COWIE, M.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics aIId Internal Medicine ill the Medical School. WILLIAM HIENIIY VVAIT, Ph.D., 'Associate Professor of Modern Languages. HERBERT JAY GOULIIING, B.S., Associate .Professor of Descriptive Geometry llllil Drawing. VVILLIAM LINCOLN MTGGlE'l"I', M.E., Associate Professor of Shop Practice, and Superintendent of the Engincering Shops. l . I I VVILLIAM HENIQV BU'r'rs, Ph.D., Associate Protessor of M8lllCl111lllCS, and ASSlSfEllllZ Dean of tlIe Col- lege of Engineering. n IRA DEAN LOREE, M.D., Associate Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery ill the Medical School. JONATHAN AUGUs'rUs CIIARLEs HILDNEII, Ph.D., Associate Professor of German. RALPH I-IAMIL'I'0N CUR'I'Iss, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Astronomy, and Assistant Director of the Observatory. . JAMES BARKLICY POLLOCK, Sc.D., Associate Professor of Botany. Twc airy-.rcvcn JOSEPH .ALIJRICH BURSLEY, B.S., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering. M0lllilS PALMER TILLEY, Ph.D., ASSOCIZIIC Professor of English. ARTHUR VVHITMORIC SMITH, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics. WILLIAM D. HIENIIICIQSON, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics, Zllld Director of the University Ex- tension Service. OTTO CHARLES GLASER, Pl1.D., Associate Professor of Zoology. CALVIN OIJN DAVIS, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Education, and Vice-Chairman of the Appoint- meIIt Committee. 'f'Pli'l'lER FIELD, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Mathematics. AUDREY TEALIJI, Grad. Roy. Tech. Inst., Livorno, Associate Professor of Landscape Design. Alt'l'I'lUli JAMES DliCliIilt, B.S. CC.E.D, Associate Professor of Sanitary Engineering. TIlliOllOliE RUllf7l.1'l'I RUNNING, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Mathematics. AARON FRANKLIN Sl-lllLL, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Zoology. LOUIS CIIARI.Es KAlll'lNSICl, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Mathematics. DAVID MAIl'l'lN LlCll'l'Y, Ph.D., Associate Professor of General Chemistry. WILLIAM JAY I'iAl.li, Ph.D., Associate Professor of General Chemistry. CHARLICS SCOTT BERRY, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Education. 1'VVAL'I'l'IR TURNER FISHLEIOIYI, A.B., B.S., Associate Professor of Automobile Engineering. JOHN GARRli'l"l' WINTER, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Greek and Latin. JOHN FREDERICK S1-IEPARIJ, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology. SAMUEL MOOIIE, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English. HENRY ALLAN GLEASON, P11.D., Associate Professor of Botany, and Director of the Botanic Garden. ALDERT ROBINSON CRl'l'TliNlJl5N, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Latin. WILLIAM GADD SMEATON, A.B., Associate Professor of General Zlllli Physical Chemistry. JOI-IN EDWARD EMSWILER, M.E., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering. TALFRED HENIQY LOVHLL, M.S.E., Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering. RODERT TREAT CRANE, LLB., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Political Science. RICIIAIKIJ DENNIS TICALI. HOLLlS'l'lilt, A.M., Acting Associate Professor of Oratory. JOSEPH HENDERSON CANNON, B.S. CE.E.j, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering. RANSOM SMITH HAwI.EY, M.E., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering. :HOWARD B. MERRICK, C.E., Assistant Professor of Surveying. WARREN WASIIDURN 'FI.0RlZR, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of German. CARI. EDGAR EGGERT, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of German. GEORGE AUoUsTUs MAY, M.D., Assistant Professor of Physical Training, and Director of the Water- man Gymnasium. JOHN VVILLTAM BRADSHAW, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics. JOHN DIETERLE, B.D., A.M., Assistant Professor of German. 'l'R0llER'l' VVILHIELM HIEKINEIK, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Zoology. JOHN R. BRUMM, A.M., Assistant Professor of Rhetoric, aIId University News Editor. . TCALVIN HENRY KAUl"FMAN. Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Botany, and Curator of the Cryptogamie Herbarium. GEORGE LEROY JACKSON, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Education. HOBAli'l' HURD WILLARD, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Analytical Chemistry. BEVERLICY ROBINSON, B.S.A., Assistant Professor of Architecture. JOI-IN VVILLIAM SCI-IOLL, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of German. WALTER FRED I'IUN'l', Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mineralogy. NIEIL HOOKER WILLIAMS, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physics. HAIQIQY HURD ATWELL, B.S., Assistant Professor of Surveying. JOSEI-H RALEIGH Nl5l.SON, A.M., Assistant Professor of English. 'l'CI-IARLES BRUCE VIDIIERT, A.B., Assistant Professor of Philosophy. 'f'Hl'INlll THEODORE AN'roINE DE LENG HUS, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Botany. ALFRED OUGHTON LEE, M.D., Assistant Professor of Modern Languages. WILLIAM AI.I.EY FRAYER, A.B., Assistant Professor of History. PARISH STORRS LOVEJOY, Assistant Professor of Forestry. CHARLES HOIQACE FESSENDEN, M.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering. EDWARD LARRADEE ADAMS, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Romance Languages. IRVING DAY SCOTT, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physiographical Geology. ROY WOOD SELLARS, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Philosophy. WILDUR RAY HUMPTIREYS, A.M., Assistant Professor of English. DEWI1"l' HENIQY PARKER, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Philosophy. TALHERT EASTON WHITE, A.B., Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering. ANTON FRIEDRICH GREINER, Dipl. Ing., Assistant Professor 'of Mechanical Engineering. 'f'Fl5RlJINAND NORTIIRUP MENEFIEIE, C.E., Assistant Professor of Engineering Mechanics. HIEIXBEIIT ALDEN KENYON, A.M., Assistant Professor of French and Spanish. CLYDE ELTON LOVE, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics. ' I , GEORGE ROGERS LARUE, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Zoology, Honorary Curator of Parasitology III the Museum, and Director of the Biological Station. ALICE EVANS, A.B., Director of Physical Education in Barbour Gymnasium. TRENIE TALAMON, Licencie-es-Lettres, Assistant Professor of Romance Languages. Twenty- eight LI-:IGH JARvIs YOUNG, A.B., M.S.F., Assistant Professor of Forestry. SOI.OMoN FRANCIS GINGERIGII, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English. 'l'ALDER'I' Ross BAILEY, A.B., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering. TI-IOMAS NIACIQAVANAGII, B.S. CE.E.J, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering. FRANK RICHARII l?lNCH, Ph.Ii., Assistant Professor of Descriptive Geometry illld Drawing. GEORGE ili.IClJONAl.ll MCCONREY, B.A..E., Assistant Professor of Architecture. FRANK HOWARD STICVENS, B.S., Assistant Professor of .Engineering Mechanics. VVILLIAM Al.0YSlUS MCl.AlltIl'll.lN, A.B., Assistant Professor of Romance Languages. TI-IEOIIIIIL l.'IliNRY Hll.llIillliANll'l', Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics. XIVILLIAM IJANIEL MoRIARI'I'Y, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English. HUGH BRODIIE, C.E., Assistant Professor of Surveying. CI.lF'1'0N O'NlCAL CAREY, C.E., Assistant Professor of Surveying. Cl'lARI.lES VVII.l"0Rll COOK, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Economic Geology. VVILLIAM FREDERICK HAUl'IAli'l', Ph.D., Assistant Professor of German. 'l'1'IARRY STEVIENSON Sl'll'Zl'PARll, B.E.E., Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering. TJOHN IDAVISON RUE, A.M., Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering. VVALTER FRANCIS COLDY, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physics. JOHN J. COX, B.S. CC.E.J, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering. SIDNEY FISKE lilMllAl.l., M.Arcl1., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of ArchItecture. 'l'.lOHN AIIQICY, B.S., Assistant Professor of Engineering Mechanics. I-IERDERT LESTER AIZIIOTT, B.S., Assistant Professor of Descriptive Geometry aIId Drawing. XIVALTER LUCIUS BADGER, M.S., Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering. ARTHUR EDWARD BOAK, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Ancient History. PAUL HENRY DIEICIIUIIF, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology. FELIX WLADYSLAW PAWLOWSKI, M.S., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering. HARLEY HAIQIIIS BAR'l'Ll'I'I"l', A.B., Assistant Professor of Botany. O'I"ro CHARLES NIARCKWARIIT, A.M., Assistant Professor of Rhetoric. :ROBERT JOHN CARNEY, A.B., Assistant Professor of Analytical Chemistry. DANIEL LESLIE RICH, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physics. FLOYD :EARL BAR'l'ICI.L, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of General Zllld Physical Chemistry. CARL VERNON WELLER, M.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology in the Medical School. CLYDE ELMORE VVILSON, B.S.CM.E.J, Assistant Professor Of Mechanical Engineering. WILLIAM I..Y'l'l.li SGIIURZ, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Latin-American History and Institutions. JOI-IN JACOB TRAVIS, D.D.S., Assistant Professor of Clinical Dentistry. LOUIS HAIQIQY IXIICWVBURGI-I, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine in the Medical School. DAVID LOCRI-1 hlVlCllS'l'liR, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physics. EARL VINcEN'I' MKBOIQIQ, A.M., Assistant Professor of Music, and University Organist. Louis IXLLEN HOPKINS, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, and Secretary of the Colleges of Engineering Zllid Architecture. ' VlNClEN'I' COLLINS POOR, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics. ELMER LICROY WIIITMAN, D.D.S., Assistant Professor of Dental Technics. 'l'GROVliR CLEVI-:LAND GRISMORIC, A.B., J.D., Assistant Professor of Law. GEORGE IRVING NAYI.0It, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Illlil Re- corder of the Homoeopathic Medical School. VVILLIAM ANDREW PATON, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Economics. JOSEPH A. ELLIo'r'I', A.B., M.D., Acting Assistant Professor of Dermatology Zlllil Syphilology iII the Medical School. ROLLIN EDWARDS DRAKE, D.D.S., Assistant Professor of Clinical Dentistry. JOIAIN CROWE BRIER, M.S., Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering. WILLIAM PLA'I"r WOOD, M.S., Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering. JAMES HAIILAN CISSEL, B.S.CC.E.D, Assistant Professor of Structural Engineering. OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION HARRY BURNS HUTCHINS, LL.D., President. SHIRLEY VVHEELER SMITH, A.M., Secretary. ROBERT ALEXANDER CAMPDELL, Treasurer. ARTHUR GRAHAM HALL, Ph.D., Registrar. MYRA BEACH JORDAN, A.B., Dean of Women. JOHN CORNELIUS CHRISTENSEN, B.S., Assistant Secretary and Purchasing Agent. LYMAN R. FLOOK, B.C.E., Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. ' WARREN ELSWORTH FORSYTHE, B.S., M.D., Executive Head and Physician to the University Health Service. GEORGE CARLETON MULLEN, First Lieutenant, U. S. A. fRetiI'edJ, Professor of Military Science and Tactics and Commandant of Cadets. Twenty-nine I I 183- . I' rf S -9-o F ' 'tn "ul, P - . . , . . -. ,Q .. . , , If IE EI rim j1..:s5,x . . . , 3 ,aj-9 , , 4- it-I f 'H . . . ' fir .3 Qi-HUGE., UF ---M vis ' ' I ' I Q i.:5:,?,,,.,,:- 1 X in -. . -. .tt , ' it Qpzzif-f-ff ,. .3 Iii .f .C zrllligig gxvnag, I V xx I. aug- 51.915, m. " 'P---""' K il vi II. 2..-...-........................,........--.-,.......-.. -m,...Q dJ Tlliffhl' CMaintaincd by the Uuivcrsity Musical Socictyj BOARD OF DllrT1fC'l'Oli'.S' FRANCIS W. IQICLSICY, Ph. D., LI.. D. ..... Prcsidcnt HARRY B. HIITCHINS, LL. D. . Vicc-President IJURANII VV. SIIRINIIER, B. S. . Secretary LEVI D. VVINICS, C. E. . . . . . Treasurer ALIII-:Rr A. S'rANI.Ev, A. M., Mus.D. ..... Musical Director G. FRANK AI.I.EMENIIINGIf:R, C. E. SIIIRI.Ev NIV. SMITH, A. M. OTTIvIAR EIIERIIACII WII.I.IAM C. STIcvENs, A. II. V IJIORACIC G. PRli'I"I'YMAN, A. B. VlC'l'fJli C. VAIIGIIAN, Ph.D., Stull., MD. JAMI-ns H. WAllIr2 CI'IARI.I-Ls A. SINK, A. B., Business Managcr FACULTY Al.l5IiR'I' A. S'I'ANl.l'1Y, Mus. D., Director. ALIIERT LOCKWOOII, Hcad ol? Pianolfortc Department. THEODORE HAIIIIISON, Head of Vocal Department. SAMUEL PIERSON LOCKWOOIJ, A. M., I-Icad of Violin Department. EARL VINCENT MOOIIIE, A. M., Head of Organ and Thcory i,ClI2ll'il'I1ClltS. FLORENCE B. P0'I"l'l5R, Head of Public School Music Dcpartmcnt. MRS. BYRI. Fox BACIIER, Dean ol' Womcii and Instructor in Theory. LUELLA BLANCHIC BARNli'l"l', Clcrk in thc Ofliccs of the Director and thu Secretary. MATIE P. CoRNwEI.I., Instructor in Drawing. ALICE EVANS, A. B., Instructor in Physical Training. MEI. GII.I.lCSl'IIC, Instructor in Guitar, Banjo and Mandolin. ANIIREW COMSTOCK HAICEH, Instructor iII Pianofortc. FRANCES LoIIIsE 'HAMII.'I'oN, Instructor in Pianofortc. JAMES I'IAMlL'l'0N, Instructor in Singing. LUCILE HOELZLE, Clerk in the Ofliccs ol' thc llircctor and thc Sccrctary. NORA CRANE I'IUN'l', Instructor iII Singing. MRS. ANNA SCHRAM-lIvIIG, I.nstructor in Singing. ADA GRACE JOHNSON, Instructor in Singing. LUCILIC JOHNSON, Iustrtlctor in Harp. MAUIIE CHARLO'I"l'li ICLISYN, Instructor in Singing and Sight-Singing. EDITH BYRL KOON, Instructor iII Piauofortc. MAIl'l'I1A MERKLE, Instructor in Pizuioiortc. LEE NOR'l'ON PARKER, Instructor in Violonccllo. MRS. VMABLIQ IQOSS-RHIEAIJ, Instructor iII Pianolortc. OTTO JACOB STAI-II., Instructor in Pianofortc and Theory. HARRISON ALBERT STEVENS, A. B., Instructor in Pianofortc. NEI.I. B. S'I'OCKWEI.I., Instructor in Pianofortc. FRANK ALBION TAIIER, A. B., Instructor in Organ. ' KENNlE'l'I'I NEVII.I.E VVESTIERMAN, A. M., Instructor in Singing. ANTHONY I. VVHITIVIIRE, Instructor in Violin. VVILFRICII VVII.soN, Instructor in Wind Instruments. IJOROTHY VVINIES, Instructor in Pianofortc. 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HICINIENIAN, '87, Detroit, Michigan Ensnc S1-:lawn-: PRA'I"I', '04M, Denver, Colorado GENERAL SECRIZTARY XVILl"Rl'Ill BYRON Simw, '04, Ann Arbor, lilichigan THIS MICHIGAA' AI.l1AlA'l'.S' VVILFREII 15. Simw, '04 . ..... . CA'l'HliRlNli XVICNLICY, '16 . . ,Mmizs SCIIICRMICRHORN, JR., 'IS . Prcsiclcnt XviCL'-ii'l'L'SiCiCl1t Sccrct:u'y 'i'I'L'IlSlH'L'l' iiditlll' .-Xssistant Editor Athletics 'fllirly-0 UATE Awiuzo H. LLOYD, l'h.D., Dean N the Spring of 1892 the Graduate School was organized, although there had been graduate students at the University since 1856 and graduate degrees, at lirst the degrees of lVlaster of Arts and Master of Science, had been conferred. The de- gree of Doctor ot' l'hilosophy was offered for the lirst time in 1376. lntroduction of the elective and credit systems in 1877-78 was followed by increased interest in graduate study and the growing demand for better trained teachers was also an important factor. The lirst organization of the School, however, was imperfect, the School being little more than a bureau within the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, and not until 1912 was the present organization completed. The School is now a separate department, re- lated on terms of equality to all the Colleges and Schools of the University and governed by its own Dean and Executive Board. The work of the School in the last four years has certainly justilied the step taken in 1912. Steadily growing in number of students and in interest and achievement, the School 1112ly now claim to have an important place in the life of the University, inviting as it does, advanced study and original investigation in every department of human interest. Besides its work of training teachers for secondary and colleges and universi- ties, of htting others also for positions in other professions and occupations, and of im- buing all its students especially with a spirit of advanced study and independent think- ing, it seeks to stimulate and foster scholarly publications. Important works of various kinds have recently been published by the University under the direction of the Schoo1's Executive Board. Thirty-two as ov l'll'llLli om :UN l'lDVVARlD H. 1iRAUS, l'h.D., .Dean HIC lirst instruction during the summer months was given in 189-l under the cli- rection of a committee of the faculty of the College of 'l.iterature, Science, and the Arts, with the authorization of that faculty and of the Board of Regents. ln 1900 the Board of Regents assumed full control of the work and the name was changed from "Summer School" to the "Summer Session of the University of Michi- gan." At lirst all courses were given for six weeks, but in 1908 the session was length- ened to eight weeks in all divisions, with exception of the Medical School. ln 1910 the instruction in the Law School was extended to ten weeks, consisting of two terms of tive weeks each. The courses of the Summer Session have increased continuously in popularity. During the first Session 46 courses were olliered hy a faculty of 24. For the Session of 1917 the faculty consisted of over 200 memhers and 375 courses were of- fered. Our Summer Session is unique among the Summer Sessions of the country in that most of the instructors are members of our regular faculties and the student body is also to a larger degree than anywhere else composed of those who are regular mem- hers of the University. As the work done during the summer months is equivalent in method, character, and credit value to that of the academic year, the nnmher of stu- dents taking advantage of the summer instruction to materially shorten their period at the University is annually increasing. liach year many students complete the require-- ments for degrees at the close of the Summer Session. Tliirly-llircc W' I iluuxnvfvrfxmnmunnfwnwmmlwwgsnmmnuurgcgmwazfaw arptwwww-"'fufWu.,. lt lr i i. ovvs We If fl-MRM, a.mmnE:3::!nrun:uvu-numwummw.vunnmuvmsmuannn ,-W ,,.-Rib if L ...Q-,'L,.a..-......-..-,..-,..-s.,, -Q ML- f. y " 1s' iiSIR.-mi'.'I"...:iTakIaE5MEa72:13?5.'::''f-T::::ttttear..1:'""'::'111L"2l:1:s.?Lu -S f ,rf fl J pi 53 AL'-aft" .st1'..ii.i1m:',:I-J 1,,1rEi:r.-fs:i'x'12.E4 J . 3-we f ' , A y f l ..... . .... ..., , f ..-ff J " 'm-:: .1 f , , . "'-322'-P Ki' ,- 1511 ' L" f f .W- wW- , .. Holders of Fellowships, 1917-1918 .DORIS A. AIDAl.li, A.B. State College Fellowship in English. lVlURllCL BABCOCK, A.B. State College Fellowship in Rhetoric. IQAY V. BESH.GIi'l'OOR, .B.S. State College Fellowship in Electrical Engineering. FRANK N. BI.ANC1I'ARlJ, A.B. University Fellowship in Zoology. ERIC EpwIN BLOMGREN, B.C.E. R. D. Chapin Fellowship in Highway Engineering. JAMES E. DUNl.Al.', A.B., A.M. Buhl Classical Fellowship in Latin. GEORGE M. EIILERS, A.B. University Fellowship in Geology. ILAY C. FRIESNER, A.B. Emma J. Cole Fellowship in Botany. PAUL H. GEIGER. Acme White Lead QQ Color Works Fellowship in Physics. HAROLD S. E. GOODFELLOW, A.B., A.M. University Fellowship in English. LITELEN GRIififi'1'1f, A.B., A.M. University Fellowship in Rhetoric. NIELLIIE E. GROHE, A.B. Strmf: College Fellowship in English. LEWIS W. HlEI.LIEli, B.M.E. United States Radiator Corporation Fellowship in Mechan- ical Engineering. ELMER IMES, A.B., A.M. University Fellowship in Ql'hysics. SAMUEL KAPLAN, B.S.E. Michigan .Pulp 81 Paper Manufacturers' Fellowship in Chemical Engineering. JAMES A. KEIINS, A.B., A.M. University Fellowship in Greek. HENRY S. LUCAS, A.B., A.M. University Fellowship in History. j'o1iN R. MIJLIDIQIQ, A.B. State College Fellowship in Philosophy. FRANK R. NETILAWAY, B.S.E. Detroit Copper 81 Brass Rolling Mills Fellowship in Chemical Engineering. 1-UCIl.I.1i A. Nouns, A.B. State College Fellowship in Germain MAIQKGARE1' S. l.JENGEl.l.V, A.B., A.M. Wliittier Fellowship in Botany. SUSAN M. RAMBO, A.B., A.M. University Fellowship in Statistics. HELEN 1-I. M. RoELo1fs, A.B., A.M. University Fellowship in English. il':I.SA T. SCTIUEREN, B.S. State College Fellowship in Bacteriology. EARL G. S'I'URDliVAN'l', A.B., A.M. State College Fellowship' in Chemistry. CARL A. TOBlAS,l A.B. State College Fellowship in Chemistry. I lzirty-four U ,,-w-- , . 1 , f .4+4n. H ,v4 ,. ' 44 ,., A ' Uh 4 , ' , A x 1: x , i fl . n 1 - w -A. ., r., x . -1 1 E.A.Pw W uno- .il . v' 'K' ,:. 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L Oo 5 v ,,,...-..-.-...........,, ,, umunrnv-nnnnlnImm4..r.n n-mnmuuwv nl1nw1 ...fv- , I, I V p N -pr? If I MlCMlMAM 5 lg . tl fr' 4 -F l 'ji l I 1 EEE . " " t T 1 i , IW, nvlrivf l .ni Q Img mg I U' 5. Q 3 ' E E .1 Ifi.?i..l'itfI l .. . ' l ' I Eel ' 5325- 19:-fs.. 'ffj I - ew I ll .cs- "U"'3E"' mmuunm vu .fps 'w-W... HIL activities of the Michigan Union have been extensive and varied this year. During the early spring the exterior of the new home of the Union was finished. 'While it will be some time before the building is ready for occupancy, progress has been gratifying in view of the circumstances. The building committee is to be congratulated on the work it has accomplished. A goodly part of the work of the Union and its members, during the year l9l7-18, has been devoted to war activities, and a brief enumeration might be appropriate. The Intercollegiate Intelligence Bureau, through which college men and women have been able to utilize their talents and training in the service of the country is proving im- mensely worth while. The Bureau maintains an index and lists opportunities or "calls" to service and of these the applicants are notified. The Bureau has also conducted a vigorous publicity campaign throughout the State. The Union has been the headquarters for a number of such war activities, chief of which was the Campus Liberty Loan. Then, too, the Naval Reserve, the Naval Auxil- iary, and the course in war telegraphy were recruited at the Union. The Bureau on THE MICHIGAN UNION ON Oeronrzra 2, 1917 7'lIirIy-.tix 'lqlll-I ll'lIf'llItiAN UNION ON Dicemilxiciz 1, 1917 .l'ublic lnformation and lidueation in Wfashington has maintained a very aetive branch in the Union for the dissemination of knowledge about the world at war and the Mich- igan Naval Militia Information Bureau has operated through the Union in exchanging among its members all the news of each other's doings. An official of the Union has been acting as lfxeeutive Chairman of the Thrift Stamp Committee operating in Washtenaw County, and the work, to a large extent, has cen- tered in the Union. The Army Stores Courses have had their headquarters at the Union alsog and the Union has arranged social activities for them of various sorts, especially for the men who formerly have not been students at the University. To fur- ther the work of the Union, a number of the Ann Arbor ladies have kindly opened their homes to the Army Stores men Sunday evenings. 1' .-7 If ki? 1 P: " ,fd g THE lVIlCI'1IGAN UNION ON ,lficiiuimiw 18, 1918 Tlli1'ly-.rrzfvn An extensive course of lectures dealing with the war, its causes, development and consequences, and the organization of group discussions to follow these lectures up were organized under the auspices of the Union,-the discussion groups in conjunction with Y. M. C. A. But the things that concern the Campus have by no means been neglected. A Board is being created to give to students advice and help in choosing vocations. Likewise of an educational nature but also recreational have been the Sunday Mixers, the Commun- ity Sings, the Departmental "Smokers," the activities of the Cosmopolitan Club and the Y. M. C. A., with whom the Union cooperated, in placing before the Campus the new spirit of internationalism. . The purely recreational activities of the Union haveprospered as well. The dances at the Union have been unusually popular this year. Many societies and organizations have held their banquets at the Union, and the Annual Opera was a great success. The Union gave fa Spring Benefit for the purpose of raising money to help support the American University Union in Europe. Throughout the year, the Union has aimed to serve as many people and as many purposes as it could. It has tried to measure its activities by the standards of citizen- ship, to give as much aid as possible to all organizations, for the Union has existed not as an institution itself, but for the purpose of helping other institutions, and other per- sons to work out their own salvation, to help them to do what they have planned to do. The Union has followed the theory of the helping hand. 53325?I5."s i V - ,. , J-' X THE ENTRANCE ON OCTOBER 2, 1917 Tliirly-right Plaoiflcssoi: Cninn.1fs B. Viixuairr Commendation for Michigan's Representative in Paris The following letter from Dr. Anson Phelps Stokes of Yale, President of the Board of Trustees of the American University Union in liurope, shows how effective .l.',1'0fCSS01' Vibbcrtls work for the Union has been. .l.,RlESllllEN'l' ll. B. llU'l'ClllNS, Ann .Xrbor, Michigan. Paris, januarv 16. 1918. lXlv DEAR l.JRlCSlIJlEN'l' l'-lU'rcnlNs:- I want to tell you what splendid work the University of Michiga11's representative is doing in the American University Union. ll do not see how we could get along without .Professor Vibbert, who is the Chairman of the Union's committee on lfrcnch relations. Only yesterday one of the professors of the University of Dijon and a representative of the foreign ollice spoke to me in great appreciation of his sympathetic understanding of the French people and the charming way in which he deals with them. It means a great deal to us to have a professor from a representative American University who knows France so intimately and speaks the language so well. You and your associates on the Board of Trustees I am sure would be delighted if you were here and could see how effectively the Union is functioning. I. have yet to hear a word of criticism from any of the representative French otlicials or men prominent in the various American activities here regarding' the purposes or the work of the Union. I am also under the impression that although we are conducting a simple club most successfully that there are larger educational 'lunc- tions which the Union will want to take on where it will be of real service both to the American troops and to the cause of more intimate mutual understanding between French and Americans,- morc particularly in the period of demobilization. T shall of course report fully on this matter when I return in March. There has been one reception at the Union and a charming concert since my arrival and Mr. Nettleton and Mr. Vibbert are constantly busy making points of contact between the Union and various French ollicials and organizations. NVith lcindest regards, l am, Sincerely yours, ANSON Pnicims STOKES. -Thi? Mirhigmi Alumnus. T11 irly-ninr' 'ts1t'ssrtir13gncgl.,.ars:s Wx 'vv-,W V .M-' jrfuflff . I 'st 'K 1' I fn f'ffe3i1-W 1 4 . Q . 1 .J 5 lf' K' ll! 3' "1 ,ff P7141-pfygy lJ.,Qlmf,- I. .u.,,N- np' I, R , I Q1 ' p.m:4.,:sqg55s5 7f . n 1 LUN! nj Liar: l ffl ,',,,11.'f f f M115 ' jtifgfg'-Q'1'.'as':,s:z:g'i'at:T'-,"i",37""1'-1''----,-3'-1-'Q-mx.-mYl"'K dl K if fi if 1" if 4' " nn fu. , 1, f W- R A 11" 1' www V U H h A' "-r' " H ' , 1' .irfdyif H' V .,,f".',1,f'l.4l, I hllfjigf E J KN., ,gy A ill . .....,..... ..-.....-...-.. - f'--f' s... ......... . ... .... .... ...... ....... -.- - ... 1-J i 'Qulauugl-V vm N' ----- ---- -------- -----U -f-31,1 -- f - l it if fi t.-.....- ...N..-. ........ 1 - .... ..- ..... 1- .... -..- .... - ..... ...-...-...........,..-.. ...... -..-.....--...Q'i. ...-..-1 bmi wiuuxurnunammmwullwwm' 1 nf 1917 Spring Contests HIC freshman class of 1920, which met the Sophomores on May 18th, l1ad already drawn lirst blood by their victory in the fall games of the year before and they were eager to add new laurels to their crown. The sophs were dead in earnestaud were determined to win back their lost prestige. Long belfore the appointed hour, a large crowd had gathered at the XfVall Street bridge to wit- ness the tug-of-war. Promptly at 4:30 P. M. the contests started. The sophomores easily won the first two events. In the lightweight pull, tl1e fresh were hauled into the river in ll minutes while it took the soph middleweights 14 minutes to accoinplish the same result. The 1920 heavyweight team sprung a surprise hy pulling their sophomore opponents into the river in a scant six minutes. This gave the 1919 men the long end of a 2 to 1 score. After the last contest was over, the sopho- mores charged across the river and captured the 1'ope. 111 the pushball contest the next morning, the freshmen were declared winners although they failed to score a goal. At the end of tl1e final quarter, the 1920 men, although they outnumbered their opponents nearly three to one, had succeeded in pushing the ball only 20 feet into the sopl1's terri- tory. The sophomores were able to cinch a victory by winning two out of the three relay races. The lreshmen's lone win in this event came in the first race. The victories in the tug-of-war and in the relays gave the sophomores a total ol' 4 to the l'1'CHl1l11Cl1,S 3. This is the first time since uuderelass contests have been established that the freshmen have met defeat in the spring games. -3- "H-a"'? 559- ' " Eib- L.-f , N . "fr ' S THE TUG or WAR Forty 1917 Fall Contests HIC tlag rush, which heretofore has taken place in the fall, was barred from the University by a resolution passed by the Senate Council on October 15th. ln its place was substituted the bag contest. In this contest, a number of large bags are placed on the center line of the field and the opposing classes try to pull them over their respective goal lines at the ends. The game is divided into two periods of 15 minutes each with a 15 minute interval. The new contest was staged for the first time on December Sth in the midst of a driving snow storm, with the temperature standing at about 20 degrees. From the start the freshman class of 1921 had things very much their own way, and at the end of the final period they had 9 of the bags over their goal line while the sophs had succeeded in capturing only 4. Class spirit ran high and there was a great deal of interest displayed in the new contest. In spite of the inclemency of the weather there was a large crowd of specta- tors on hand to watch the battle. There were no serious mishaps and only a few minor hurts, and the bag contest was declared to be a most acceptable substitute for the flag rush. . a 'A .wil 71' A t 5 4 J THE TUG or WAR Forly-one Forty-two TIIE P US I I HALL CONTEST F .... .......-.-.-.,........ ,..... ... ......... ......,.......-.... ...,. ,.,...... ...,. ..... ..... ......,......... .... ......- .... -.... ...... .... .. .. ......... .................-.,.-......................-............,..-..........-....- W -. 14 -, "WMmW"'t'rW"'rmr'rrrWm'mtrtt""'tr"r': I ' ' 'N K.--'5" .- 'W' 'rg . , - 1, isawanrr 1 gl 1 1,513.,:7::,"1':.:.'I.".2.'II2.L':,."'.L"""":g"i"' 'Lag "" ""' ,5 ' 1 ' 11111213 .fffiftiw Nil' 11112131 ' ' 1 at ite 1 "fi :wtf Q, 1 at -...F i 1 '5?V?lii'1'llEgQ Qiwwvi 1 if M, I 1 .N um ml! ,, - -W-llil M' .L aw' . . . 1 1 11 1. gf it ' " " '15-d "" 'f 5 lp! lg! '----w-----1---i------n--.-.-m--..-.-..-........-................,.,................ .... .....--.--.-.- ..,.. .,....-- ..... .......... .A.. ....... As was i11evitable, the VVar formed a constant background to the 1917 Commence- ment program. The Baccalaureate address was delivered in Hill Auditorium, Sunday evening, June 24, by the Reverend Hugh Black, D.D., of the Union Theological Semi- nary of New York. His topic was "The Ethics of the VVar," in accordance with a re- quest from VVashington that reference at least should be made to the XVar in the course of all speeches. The address was preceded by several musical selections, and the in- vocation, delivered by Rev. Leonard A. Barrett. The exercises were closed by the sing- ing of "America" Following the Class Day exercises on Monday, the next two days were set aside for class reunions. There had been some doubt as to the advisability of holding the reunions following the declaration of war, but fortunately the program was carried thru much as in former years. On Tuesday afternoon, Reunion Day, a Patriotic Mass Meeting was held in Hill Auditorium, at which the Alumni were addressed by Judge Grant, '59, Dean Mortimer PI. Cooley, and Howard li. Colhn, '03ll. Commencement Day, jiune ZS, was decidedly rainy, but between showers the Com- mencement parade was formed and marched to Hill Auditorium. Following the organ prelude and a prayer by the Rev. Arthur W. Stalker, '84, President Livingston Farrand, LL.D., of the University of Colorado, delivered the Commencement address, following which degrees to the number of 1150 were conferred, including six honorary degrees. The exercises were brought to a close with the usual farewell "taps,,' followed by the "reveille." 1917 l':NtllXlil-ZEXS' Cl..x:fs DM' I. I l"nrly-llirr Ill V nr" fy' -'-f "" A fr' 'i ' ".-. WC' ' , j Im K Xl 75 g .V . . . A,- 5- 'j "Il, Q X Zi' 4 "ff F. f'i '?' E 'im 5 1 3 '- I f f ffii ,G 5:1 11- C-:,: ' ',.s,. 'J an if , 3 " " "W . if . 3, ., ,vs W. HL. "qi -1, .g' 5 -gy, ' ' K' " . "iff - ' -- 15' fi: ' Hn' ' 1-7- , A L- Q I I R M v :V L I 1, I I., . 1, i- . D ' -'S 1 . ,. '-i'N42r 5-'all-PW' -mfs A, 7: ' g'i:r"1':"f 'T-'NN '- 1' it at 'L ff- , 3 - . pf 'w N ' , M , 6 I is r 4 1 1 f 62" 1 . or 0 l. We Hli entire University body of regents, faculty, and students met in Hill Auditor- ium on the afternoon of October 12th, 1917, in observation of the hfth annual Convocation, the formal opening of the University year. As usual, the Facul- ties were seated upon the stage of the auditorium, while the student body occupied the main floor. Following an organ prelude by Assistant Professor Earl V. Moore, and a vocal solo by Robert Dieterle, '18, President Hutchins addressed the students in a few words, introducing Dean Henry M. Bates, '90, of the Law School, who delivered the annual Convocation Day address. The topic of the address was the relation of aca- demic life to the Great Warl In his introduction, President Hutchins said: "The student who remains in the University waiting the call from the government is just as patriotic as the one who en- ters the service immediately. Of course, it is the duty of the student to work faith- fully while he has the opportunityf' In reference to Michigan's part in the war, Dean Bates said: "The University should cooperate in every way with the government during the present time of stress. In former wars Michigan has contributed her share, and never yet has she failed to do her part. If the actions of Michigan men now is any criterion, the University will con- tinue her splendid record." Following the Convocation address, President Hutchins on behalf of the Regents of the University, granted the honorary degrees of Master of Arts upon the four mem- bers of the British and French Medical Commission who were guests of the Medical Department at the time, -Captain John Gilmour, Major Edouard Rist, Colonel Thomas Goodwin, and Colonel Charles Dercle. At the conclusion of the program the assembly joined in singing "America," Forty-four 1 -.........-......-..........-....-...........-.-..--...-.-.................-.-...........-...-......................-..........-............,........ -.....-....-...--.--...-.,,...-.-...X tl .,.......... ........... ..........,................................. .,.,.....,,,,..,....,...,..........,.,....,.............,....... l ' Q """""' gg . ,,fgZT!'!!' 1:--,J ' 1 , s wwf' U M E.. N l QSM? 5 "'sf'i'3" "1-ww E ml E. E.. i r if .f f . its yu ,t tat! ini tm 1,-, r , 1 X I 'Wm E Ns . V.. .mx .. 3 XJ vip-w ..... 6 li N M l ' ' 3 . . .- un. , .. .Ll IL ' ' f f --v-41--H 'm- -- ff' -2+ --f 2- ----------....,.......................................,.......,....,...,.,,, 1917-18 has brought great change in the world of the University woman, il' not as great as in that ol the man, at least greater than the total development of many years preceding. The casual observer probably thinks at once of tl1e entrance of women into publications work and the Union opera, but there have been many less sensational changes which have nevertheless made more real difference in the life of the average woman. The VVomen's league, with its strong organization and its membership ol' more than eight hun- d1'ed, has been a leading factor in most of these. The Liberty Loan campaign was entered with a will, and an average subscription among the women was secured, higher tl1an that of the student body as a whole. The work on surgical dressings at Angell house was taken up, girls were taught the habit of dropping in for an hour between classes, and now "hours at Red Cross" are a part of every woman's life. Movements to cut down on luxuries and to simplify social life resulted in the entire renunciation ol formal parties and the establishment of the S-11:30 dance in women's houses. Organization of geographical groups to carry the gospels of food conservation, Red Cross endeavor, and Americanism into their home counties has been ellectecl. Military Food 1, introduced into tl1c X V19 .1 -f- RW' ,:. --:- . :V K i K... 1 s - 1 'rfiilts 9 'f ' 439 riffs 1. H J .tg J us. 131 g ,7,, 3 tif' lin 'A 14" Q ' . , I 4 , l X9 -aw 'H li X. - .KZ Run Cnoss NVORKERS AT Tm: ANGELL RESIDENCE Forty-five Tina Meena VVI-IIPIJINH M' NliWIll'IRI!Y Rl'15IlDl'INf'lC second semester eurrienlnm, was supplemented hy a special food conference held in March, when Dean Arnold of Simmons college and the Hoover commission, spoke. March also saw the registra- tion of the women for war service, so that in case Uncle Sam should call for them l1e would know where to find them and'wha1. they eonld do. The sending of a Michigan alnmnae reconstruction unit to France has been much discussed and may be realized if the eo-operation of other colleges can be secured, The "Back to the Land" movement is being pushed at the present time. And almost every woman has done her bit of knitting. The fall vocational conference was unusually well-attended and the interest displayed in the ques- tion "After college-wwhat?" has led to the arrangement of a series of post-conference leetnres given in March. The annual freshman spread given by the sophomores in llecemher and the lfancy Dre:-as party which occurred in ulillllllll'-Y, like all women's parties this year, were marked by inexpensiveness and jollily. - l'lANCY lJRliSS l.-JAliTY M' lVlAR'l'llA Cool: lluimmmx' :iffy-.Yf.t' llean Myra B. jordan left her work at Christ mas for a year of reenperation in California and has found an able substitute in Miss Agnes XxVells. The Y. W. C. A. began the year with the freshman banquet and has discovered wide fields of usefulness in the weekly vespers, the social work in the hospitals, raising a full share of the Friend- ship fund, Sponsoring the series of popular leetures on "The XfVorld Toda5'," snbborting the l.enteu services, and establishing itself as an indispensable eeuter of Christianity and friendliness. The up- heaval in the lives of many women, Caused by the fuel situation and the subsequent move to Harbour gymnasium, showed how great a part the organization plays. The Athletic association became an independent organization in October, and hockey, tennis, arch- ery, basketball, and now, baseball, are important features in the doings of the season. A course in military marching was introduced by the department of physical training and proved popular and worth-while, and the system of hygiene cards is being tried to improve the general average of health. The Athletic banquet and cotillion showed just how strong the interest in athletics is coming to be, and was an occasion of much pep and bragging as to the outcome of the basketball season. Last year there were four women on the staff of The Michigan Daily. Now there are fifteen, working on both business and editorial staffs. Every technical detail, formerly thought beyond the province of women journalists, has been mastered by them in this war-created emergency. The In- landcr is edited and managed by women and there are women hnmorists and artists on the Gargoyle staff. In oratory the women have been well represented and Athena literary society has been formed to advance proficiency in the arts of expression. The Girls' tilee Club has had a quiet year, but their example inspired the freshmen to the formation of a glee club of their own. Of the women in the opera, so much has been said pro and eon that it needs but little mention here, beyond the fact that most critics agree that the suceess which "I.et's Go!" enjoyed was due to the participation of the women. The junior Girls' play is still a matter of speenlation, but rehearsals give promise of an un- usually good production. Masques is also preparing for the presentation of ".'Xinazons." The third Liberty Loan campaign, the campus elections, spring sports and the athletie exhibition, the annual women's banquet, and the senior girls' play are events whieh loom large on the horizon as this eventful year draws to a elose. - M. F. M. Tina BoAR's lllCAI1 ,yr Nrzwinilnw 1ilCSlliliNt'l-f Iforty-.vr:'ez . Wx - 15,1 fr 2-,f,.M, Vp.,-,.. -N A. ,-w,..y , h , , M Y - . f w ,V , A ,. , .Nw M A J. , 1 v yn. kg.. 3 LA. . . My ,, :xxx f, i... , L 1 f w y fl Mx dwxkaux , Ah 1. 1 m T , a . . Q . V, s w ..1,', M, A X .n - , " 4 . - iii 'f' I 'rv 4 1 'Qs , W, . . . 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' 3IIg i.HIxf?0 IN., U, f 'K v 5,1 A 1,1 X .us IX THE-YOVTH-A-FVLL-GROWN me -,:.1.N " ' lfa 'IX I '.ii'1, p,lf",,' ' I' --.-.'--. ,-yu 'Q-I1Zwe'- ia. 2' 15551 f N QI 'Z 'A"--:I - I I", '- .':Iz32giiE2'5iz!auQ " A , .g.mWf1fIm,14y If '- " 114. f Y F' ,,,gj-q- In W, 5-21 I NS-I KM I I l fv' H 'zi iirgta' A if! f LNB, MAN- WIELDING WITIIWORLD' WIDE'INFLVENCE'AND'VNEOVAI: EDDOWERS' NIVIASTER- OF'A '58 FORCE OF'MIND'WE'FIND'I'IIlVI ' HE'5PEAKS'AND-LOFREMODEL' ING'THEIR'CHARAC'I'ERS'LIVES' ARE CHANGED'MEN'WOIVlI5N-Gif! CLING'TO'HIS WORD A CORD' OFGIGANTIC RESPONSIBILIT- 'l'IIf.S'I.IE5'.IN'HIS'HAND'AND'G591 SVNLIKEA LIKE'A LVIVlINOVS'ORB IIIf'BlfCOlVIIfS'I'IXED WHILE A4591 ROVND-HIIW INNVMERABLBDES TINIES-RIZVOLVE ,. a..f12I?1' -I 4539 I x W I- !-.- -- I-I f ,Ifyfifhf ' 'Q Ta MII.: V' 1, f2?s,i15iIIf yaazwui Oc in I'-"' -AI. W: V: w f :' nl., -,"' f,wg':', X. ' V' N 9111? ffif X , I ff ,rv L 1,1 lT.?T. .. JOE KUCE RA . JAG. Q w1f3D2L-:gui-sf m mf, " F' def'-Qu c65'AFNxfSg!y' QI Al lENS:QQ:5Z iii,f ti S X K 1 X :!gy?1,VhJZg: . CAgQM2ww,TL:.j5WmufjQLP f ff' F T y 1.14. 5 I 4 f I RGLL CF HCNQR r A i 1H1e fohoxving is a hst of die nanues of the nicn of our class wdmo have entered the service of their country. 'The hst has been con1pHed as carefuhy as possHHe,butis by no means accurate, sinec there is no certain manner of ascertaining the names of all the men who have joined the colors. In addition it should be remembered that the mem- bers of the hdedical and IDentalciasses have enhsted as a body in their respecdve re- serve corps, as well as many of the men of the Engineering class. Enlistment in these reserve corps requires die nTen to reniain U1 Hue llnivershgf unth they liave con1pleted their courses. Literary Seniors -1 255572357 7'l?F'7"f7fzf-7150 gg3rewO:sF2DbiEFF -cg, ...' -H'... , wfgjsggrssrgigiskg - :4":- H :-- S?maC... Z5-fjfTFZzL.57 LL Z'-F194-:'-'5'.,Z7 Q S22ZEE9zwm ca IO5nfFfz2'?lffU::2C:-'OZ-?F mFFZ?figQwgFO:FO3 'zsefifsffs-Oe:!Tw 2551.552-BE'-.hgZE"zEP msc -r sogf-T? zz .-. -52,2 O42- Z Z Zwb ZTIE o 2 F39U9OZ7FlI'Uf1FF'7FF"5"Z? ,-, '-4 2.'1O?QlP.'l."'f'Ul-lgZf7'3i7'j'r-'L'TJkJxg" 'mmm' 'Q-S lfU1z'1f1mU1mmV77jEJS"'::e:zO --' .. ZH bf- 5 .- 4-PV-' OO 1:5 xc'-.Z F1 ,1O':7ft..-aC-Avg-, ZC 5? -f-......-f.- TL -:: 5 xzmxll-m-im'-2 'fikmn rf: 2522-ji 7: " "ses : D1 : :-. ' E 1- ir "" .. ,, C x 2 I I. A AIQONS I". C. GOHIJAIHI O A. BRADLEY W. LOCKWVOOD I". E, Qu1N1.AN A. M. M F . . SMALi,vAc:i: L. E. BROWN NV. R. l.oU'r1T C. C. SMITH W. F. BROWN C. lf, LYMAN H. H. SCIIMIDT H. W. BURTON A, D. NlAUl.llE'l'SCIfI H. A. TRUMPOUR U. S. GRANT CHERRY E. M. lWAR'l'lNEK J. M, TAYLOR li. R. CLARK F. K. MlI.I.lili L. S. 'l'HoMl-soN C. G. COIT S. hlAR'l'lNDAl.lC, IR. F. L. Tolmv N. T. DARTELICH P B. lVlAHlER I'1f!y W. M. DARNALL C. C. DUHUAR lf. W. FmvARns J. W. EWING C. W, FISCIIER A. C. FOLEY 0. G. FRICK W. -C. GENTHE R 'l'. i M ETTO DT: MOSIEIQ NV. T. MILLER C. FI. NRTTING VV. F. NIGWTON F. Ri. N0llT1'l WAY J. ll. NICHOLS VV. C. O'KmcFT2 W. L. VLIET' Il. W. WAHI. H. G. WARD A. WAl.l.S H. F. WASHATRA O. I. WATTS K. L. VVEIIMEYER S. I. Wi-IITEMAN L. P. WHELEN W. E. GHENT C. C. IPUTTER F. A. VVILLARII F, W. GLOVER G. F. PHH.I.H's XV. NV. WH.l.lAHs E. R. GoT.m4:x F. PURCEIJ, N I". W. ALOER W. E. ANDERSON R. A. AYERS J. DEAN BALLARD P. E. BAUR L. H. BEACH L. F, BERRY R. F. BLONVERS C. E. BRIGGS J. B, BRILI, W. C. BROCIQWAY I. S. BRussTAR L. H. BURCHARD B. O. BURLINGAME H. L. CALVIN L. O. CASE T. CIIILDS M. P. CHRISTA H. C. CHURCI-I C, A. DANCER H. DEAM C. K. S. DODD B. W. DONALDSON E. G. DIIIILEY H. FC.iS'1'ER W. W. MCKELV'EY, W. C. ALLEE J. M. BARRETT A. P. BOGUE R. L. CARPENTER H. B, COBLENTZ G. J. CONLIN G. M, COULTON R. G. DAY J. M. DONNELLY R. G. DUNN H. I. EAGER B. l... BROADWELL V. G. EAGLE Engineering Seniors J. C. GENIESSIE C. E. GORMSEN I. G. HALL M. li. IIAMIIIOND L. E. HANDY D. M. HATCH P. B. HEARTT M. S. HENLEY F. W. HIGGINS A. C. JENNINGS C. P. ,IEssUI1 J. D. KENYON W. S. ICIRKPATRICK J. S. KNOX J. H. ISU!-INS E. S, LADD C. I. LEMARR R. R. LOVELAND P. S. LOWE J. J. LYONS, JR. W. A. MAYNARII C. A. MAURER R. F. MILLER D C. MITTELSIIORE R. S. MOORE H. MORTON C. G. Mosm I A. L. NICHOLS D. A. NICHOLS LE GRAND W. PARRISI-I F. K. PETERMAN K. L. PORTER II. G. PREIILE P. T. RAYMOND F. O. RKEYNOLDS E. S. ROBINSON R. B, ROBINSON J. N. ROSENTHAL E. C. SCHACHT A. E. SCIYIREOGER F. A. SELLRE K. J. SLOAN O. F. STONE I. G. TAYLOR F. I. TI-IIEME R. G. TOWNER H. B. VAN DEMAN MAX VAN DE GREYN C, VAN ENENAAM W. F. NVETMORE J. S. WICNWIRE E. P. ZINK ARCHITECTURAL SENIORS JR E. H. MEIBEYER Lf! IV SEIYIOR5 D. S. ELLIOTT L. B. EMERMAN I. M. ERWIN D. A, FINKBEINER LEON GREENEIIAUM L. B. HAllI'ER O. W. HEI.SPIL I. F. HOUGIITON H. K. i'IUBER A. S. MONTAGUE H. E. M0llSli PHARMICAL SIZNIORS H. W. GOUDY S. P. GRANDY D. I. PIILLIER C. J. NPIWLIXNID J. D. NICHOLS A. F. PALEY P. C, POTTS L. J. REISCH J. M. SEAIIRICI-IT W. C. SEARLE C. J. TANNEHILI. E. L. WIENI-:R R. F. WILRINS G. W. WILLIAMS T. J. O'MARA H. I. THORNIIURN Fifty-oIIc Elf R College of Literature, Science and Arts . JOHN ROBEIi'f EFFINGER, Ph..D., Dean I-ill College had its origin in the original act passed by the Legislature which created the University, commonly known as the "Organic Act," passed in 1837. Owing to many complications the University was not opened until September, 1841, with two professors, a librarian and six students. The College was conducted along the conventional and traditional lines until 1852, which date marks the advent of Dr. Tappan and the passing of a new act by the Legislature granting the University much greater power. Until 1855-56, no electives were allowed and the degree given was A.B., but with the beginning of this year the seniors were allowed to elect one- third of their work. At this time the College gave three courses, Classical, Scientific and Latin-Scientific, which led to the degree of Bachelor of Philosophy. In 1877 the College was entirely revised, and an linglish course was added, giving the degree of Bachelor of Letters. The elective system had progressed so far by this time that fully one-half of the studies required for the bachelor's degree were elective. In 1901 it was decided to give a single degree, that of Bachelor of Arts, and later this was modi- lied so that students who had done a majority of their work in the science might receive the degree of Bachelor of Sciences if they so desired. In 1895 the technical work in engineering, which had hitherto been done in this college, was separated and the Col- lege of Engineering was created. In 1912 the work of the Graduate School which had been organized in 1892, was separated from this College, and the Regents created an independent Graduate School. I iffy-Iwo Morris P. Tilley S Z1 mark of znmpreeiation and gratitude for the noble qualities of this excellent teaelier and sincere friend, the Literary Class of 1918 dedicate the senior l.it- erary section of the Mieliiganensian to lVl0RlilS l'. 'l'll.l.laY. Ififly-tlwrc 1918 Literary Officers JAMES SCHERMERHORN, Ju. . . President Lois E. MAY . . Vice-President LOUISE IRISH . Secretary CH,ARI.Es F. Boos . ' Treasurer AR'r1fUR G. IPPE1. . Oratorical Delegate Fifty-four 1918 Literary Class Committees Class Day lft'l't.?f7f'l0ll ROLAND F- MERNER, Cllaifmarl C. PHILLIP EMERY, Chairman FRED A. GARIEPY LEE BONAR THEODORE W. ADAMS HENRYETTA BRANDEDURY M ARIIARET H. COOLEY Memorial JOHN E. CAMPBELL, Chairman RAYMOND ADRIANSE- CECIL C. ANDREWS VERA K. KEYSEIQ MARGARET S. AVERY Social PHILIP C. PACK, Chairman CARL W. NEUMANN BERNARD G. KRAUSE LOUISE N. HATCH HELEN S. BROWN M ILIIRED C. M ITGIIELI. Fimluve ROBERT C. PATTERSON, Chairman ROBERT T, MONROE HOWARD W. MINCHIN MARIQARE1' BIRDSELL Senior Slug WALTER R. ATLAS, Chairman JAMES F. MUMMERY OTTO H. EBICRWEIN JAMES D. REEDER DONALD C. STIMSON FRED M. SUTTER GENETTE PIXLEY Allklilli S. PAULUS Swing-out HIiIilllEIi'l' G. VVILSON, Cl1Zl.ll'lT'l?I.ll l7REDERICK C. BOLT JOSEPH PALMA ROLAND lf. HUSSEY HELEN B. BATES PORTIA WALKER S01l'ZN2llil' ALLEN SCll0ENl'lEI.D, NlARl0N L. HOLDEN PANSEY Y. BLAKE VEIQA H. BROWN STUART J. BLASHILI. ALEXANDER BREDE JOHN H. COIIANE Chairman III'z1itatio1l BRUCE A. SWANEY, JACOII M. BRAUIDIC FRED W. SULLIVAN, JR. H. ROGER THOMAS M ILDRED P, l'l'lI.L Chairman Bllllllllfl' h'lAURlTZ G. HEIIIN, Chairman JASI-ER B. REID ROBERT T. MCDONALD IJONALD E. WILSON Pipe and Cam' HARRY A. WELLFORD, Chairman CECIL J. SEELEY BRUNEI! R. PENNIMAN FRANK lVlAR'l'IN, JR. Audifinlg ARTHUR C. GABRIEL, Chairman HERBERT W. GIESSINO LYNN A. GLOVER Cap and Gown JULIUS R. ST. CLAIR. Cliairman ROIIERT B. GOTFREIISON ARTIIUR E. CONE GLADYS GREENINII K. FRANCES lAlANDlIi0 l'roI1II'1IIIdv ARTHUR C. IPPLE, Chairman WILLIAM J. BALGOOYEN CAMTLLE BLINSTRUR GEORGE W. IQELLER JXRMANDO CUSICANQUI !lEANE'l"l'E KIEKINTVELD HIENIQY T. TAKAIIS Fifty-fi L' Senior Literary History HIS year it seems almost unnecessary to write a separate history of the Literary class of 1918, for the classes, no matter on which corner of the campus they are located, have a common and paramount interest----to win the war. When the Michiganensian went to press last year, the war had not yet come to America. This year the class of 1918 has given one life to the great struggle. Frederick W. Hough was killed March thirteenth while in the aviation service in France. Of the long list of one hundred and twenty-seven 1918 men who have left Michigan to enter the service before they could be granted their diplomas, seventeen have written after their names "somewhere in France." They are Albert Foley, Walter Genthe, William Ghent, Alvin Maulbetsch, Goddie Phillips, Dean Seroggie, Roscoe Rau, Herman Schmidt, Frank Tobey, Stanley Whiteman, Charles Bradley, Ezra Lockwood, Mel- bourne Smallpage, James Taylor, David Thompson, William Vliet. These men repre- sent Michigan in every branch of the service from ambulance to privates in the regular army. We have furnished two captains from our ranks, U. S. Grant Cherry, captain of in- fantry at Camp Custer, and David Shand, who is stationed at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Of the one hundred and twenty-seven there is one first lieutenant, Stanley VVhiteman, who is serving in France in the infantry, seventeen second lieutenants, twenty-five ser- geants, and many men acting as petty officers in the navy. With all the war talk it seems a long time since we elected M. S. Colleton presi- dent of the Freshman class and started out in the fall rush to uphold the honor and dignity of the Fresh toque. We lost that fight and we did not seem to have much luck in the two following spring contests for the final scores when we were freshmen were 4-3 and in the next year 3-2, and we were always the last mentioned number. Archie Walls helped us to retaliate as Sophomores in the fall rush and so regain our sense of importance. Being a social group we also took up the "Howdy Frosh" idea and the women were requested to wear a green ribbon to help fix the personnel of the class. This was hardly a success and the green ribbons soon disappeared. Nextcame the fresh mixer, and it proved to be the last where senior dents and engineers were in more prominence than the lonely first-year men. Now there is an efficient taboo as far as the girls are con- cerned, although frequently a stray Law escapes past the powers that be and gets value received for his quarter. By our Sophomore year the campus "celebs" in embryo began to appear. We elected Tom McAllister president, and he served us in that capacity and on the student council till he was called into the service. Owen Watts' name is here as treasurer and Charles Boos was oratorical delegate, while Grace Raynsford and Margeret Cooley di- rected the girls' affairs. Our Soph prom was a huge success, better than the 1917 I-Hop according to per- sons who were not fortunate enough to attend the latter. It was for us to give the last I-Hop which Michigan will see for some time, but the engineers took the honors from us and Waldo McKee led the grand march. Owen VVatts was president of the junior class and he left for war last spring, to- gether with Karl Wehmeyer who was our baseball manager and one of our represent- atives on the Michigan Daily. On the campus, like all senior classes, we have found time to run not only most of the publications, but some of the student council and the Union. There is Robert Fifly-.ri.r l'I'lCl!ARY SEN IDRS lfifty-.wf'rn i.Dieterle, president of the Glee Club and leading man in the opera. Paul Moore was 'second leading man and Eva Bowen, too, was of our class. We have been well repre- sented in the operas, anyway, even back in our sophomore year when Walter Atlas made such a success in "All That Glitters." The Michigan Daily had H. C. L. jackson for editor and with his call to war in the summer, Robert McDonald was appointed in his place. The business manager, too, is an '18 man who has been called to war. l'hilip Emery left this spring and his place has been taken by a junior. Bruce Swaney, as associate editor, is another senior who is with the Daily. The Gargoyle, too, is in the hands of the seniors, for Allen Shoenlield is editor and Philip Pack is on the editorial staff. On the Michiganensian, too, we have authority, for Loomis Kirkpatrick is the business manager. Marian Holden is editor of the In- lander and has several well known campus women assisting her. Freida McClellan was the women's representative on the opera committee. Charles Boos, our treasurer, left for war shortly after he was elected and his place has been filled by Robert Patterson. "Jimmie" Schermerhorn, as our president, after faithfully serving us as oratorical delegate, has divided his time equally between us and the sport pa.ge of the Daily. In the sporting world, so Jimmie tells us, we have had great men. There is Pat Smith, and although Pat was too busy at Great Lakes training camp to participate in any of the games last fall, Selwyn Lambert was acting captain of our team. In track we have been represented by Leland Scofield and U. S. Grant Cherry, and Guy Reem iwas an old baseball star. Allen Boyd and Fred Gariepy are two more of our athletes. ' With the women we have Anna Lloyd, president of the Women's Leagueg Clarissa Vyn, president of the Women's Athletic Association, Helen Bourke, president of the Y. Cz Ai, and Mildred Mighell, woman's editor of the Michigan Daily. Lois May is our -'class vice-president, and Louise Irish is secretary. . ,Qur men are all bravely wearing ,Rx O. T. C. uniforms on the campus, no matter how much they may'frill or pinch. Thecampus is somewhat changed and many of the old faces are gone. Everybody has their attention so closely focused on affairs across the sea that we cannot be sorry to leave. There is a restlessness which prevails more strongly as many of the faculty leave for service. We are losing men each day and when graduation comes, many more will be absent. Some will return for Commence- ment Day, but many will be in camps and on transports by that time. V Michigan, with its good times and strong friendships, -will be a memory which many a man will carry to France. Michigan has trained her young men with a great purpose. It is with her help that we hope to some day play the "Victors" in Berlin. ' . -V. H. B. Fifty-eight v ITICNAR Y SEN MINS Fifty-uinc Sixty I9 wrt I I , . l , .Xk 5 Literary Seniors HliI.liN C. fxl-IRENS . . . l'lzilrid1'lf1lzin, Pa. Delta Gamlna MARY L. ALI-:xANmf:R . . . Por! Clilzlun, O. Alpha Chi Omcgag Classical Club Donor!-tv ALLEN . .... Chicago, Ill. Collegiate Sorosis CECIL C. Axvmucws ..... Ann Arbor Triguug Phi llclta Phi XNALTIQIQ R. ATLAS .... Glu-zzxtcr, O. Zeta llcta Tau MARGARM' S. Avi-:kv .... . Delroil lleltn Delta Delta RUTH L. BAILEY ...... Coldwater -44 Classical Cluhg Girls' Educational Clubg Mor- tarboarclg Senior Socictyg Wyvern ALETHE BAi.nw1N ..... St. Louis Delta Gamma , , w Literary Seniors X'VIl.LlAM I, H,xl.r:0m'12N . . Grand Iflrwvf Knickerbocker Club DORIS M, BALI. ..... Pnrtlrznd, Orv. .Xlplm Phi: Michigan Daily Cl..-xulcxcla H. B,xRNrc'r'1'. . llouglzlon, N. Y. HliI.l41N B. BA'1'1cs . . Ann Arbor Ronlclvr S. B1-:Asn . . . Sf1gfllt1'IU Psi Upsilon XX lx.1.l.xx1 5. lilcclilm . . . lfvuiuu lflurlmr ,Xlplm Killlllil Kzlppnz Nuluy 'l'C:1m Q25 Nl4:l.1.lla A. I'n4:l.l.l-is . . . . Orinn RUTH A. Hm.1.ows . . Frmzkfort L 1 Sixty-one IAV-two 'WT- Literary MAX1I.l.E C. BENNI-:'r'r . GEORGE BENZING, JR. . Seniors . Lansing . . .l'Itl1Hi1f07l,O. Delta Upsilon IVA R. BEVENS . . . . JGl111iHg5 THEODORE F. BINHAMMER. . . Sebewaing MARGARET BIRIISELL . Kappa Kap LAURA BIRMINGHAM PANSY Y. BLAKE . . Waslzifzglon, D. C. pn Gamma . . . . .Dclroil . . Bedford, Pa. ABIGAIL BLACKRURN . Girls' Educational Club: Athena . . . Wyandotte Gamma Phi Bclag Mortar Board Literary Seniors STUART J. BLASHILL . . . . Ann Arbor Actuarial 8: Statistical Society CAM1LLn BLINSTRUB . . . . . .Detroit Polonia Literary Circle ELLA C. Buss ....... Houghton Girls' Educational Club: Classical Clubg Deutscher Vcreing Girls' Glee Club ' RALPH E. BOICE . . . . . . Toledo, O. Phi Beta Pig Deutscher Verein ALBERTA L. BOLEN . . . -. Battle Crook Gamma Phi Betag Classical Club Fmamsurcx C. BoL1: . . . Grand Haven Football C33 LEE BONAR ..... Belloille, W. Va. Phi. Sigma CHARLES F. Boos . . . . . . Detroit Delta Tau Delta: Grifiinsg Druidsg Manager Varsit Football C4J: Class Treasurer C413 Glee dub C23 C453 Union Opera C33 .Yixty-three rlylfnur Maw . ,4 A. .'7f9Rgwii"!mS'f 1 iii-firmer 'Qi' 1 .v . , "i+:vqwr J ' We 'A MQ- hi, -V 1 1 - El ' , , ' V 2. ly i A 'gi il f 5 "Li ,l "Tl" ' ' X, ' A . . l 'li fi . ' I V 4 ' .A Q . 9 1+ H P ,, V Q P .L ' ' mf. , Literary Seniors Fmcnlclucx A. .liormz . . . Crmrdvn, N. J. Phi Beta Pig Class Basketball 125 .HIQLIQN M. Bouxuclc . . . . . . . llrtruit llcltu Gamma IMVIS D. Bovmluu . . Il1!I14'f7I'lIdl'll!'l', lX'!IllA'. Kappa Sigma lim M. BONVEN . . . . . . . . Dviroil llvltzi Delta llcltag Comedy Clubg Mnsqucs ALAN BOYD . . . . l1m'ianapoli.v, lurl. Delta Upsilon. Phi licltn Phi: h'IlClllg?ll11llIl: Sphinx: Ymsily Football 125 C33 C-lj: Basket- hrlll Q-U5 Class Basketball C21 Q32 GJ Hlcxlevl-:'1"l'A BRANDEHURY .... . . . . . . . Uufzlmyloll, H". Va. Vnllugintc Snrosis NIAIQGAIQIUI' lin.-xxsotv .... Hlzlllv Creole ,Linton M, line.-xuluc . . . . Clzivrzgo, Ill. Hein Phi: .Xcolytn-s: Ccrclc l"l'ZlllC1ll5Q Michigan Daily ill: Simlenls' Ilircclury C375 Adelphi Literary Seniors ALEX ANIDEK Biuamz .... H ighlaud Park ROY K, Blum: . .... famcstown, N. Y. Alpha Chi Sigma: Phi Lamhdzi Upsilon l'IA1uu1-:T A. Blames. ..... Toledo, O. Pi lletil Phi xlll.DREll R. Hm'i'zs1us . . . Sault Ste. Maria GER'1'RUli1a.l31iOc1a . . . . . . lonia Culleliiillu SOi'O.is FRANCES M. l3iiO1aN1c. . . .Grand Rapids Michigan Daily JUNE R. BROOKS . . ' . . laclwnn Athena GEORGE M. BROWN . .... Drcrfield Knlniiizmm Nm-nml Club .S'i.rty-fue ,S'i.1'ty-.vim Literary Seniors Gmane V. IXIQOWN ...... SI. fnsvfvlz Kappa Kappa ilznnnm l"lELEN S. l'lRONVN . ..... .flnu Arbor Alpha Phi: Mortar lluarrlq Wyvcrn JAMES C. BROWN ,... Brinqhurst, Ind. Acolytcsg Greek l'l:1y C41 RAYMOND P. BROWN .... Chirago, IH. Della Upsilon RAYMOND R, BRONVN .... . Dclroil 'l'hc!:l Xi VEIQA BROWN . ....... Detroit Chnl Omcgag Nllkilllgilll Daily: Girl:-a' Glue Club Q3 Iosx-:1'n1Nm L. Braucflc. . l.eaz,e:mvurtlz, Kaus. Phi llcltn Alpha A1LEEN BRUSH . . . . . Port Huron Kappa Alpha 'Fhctag Girls' Glee Club C35 Junior Girls' Play Literary Seniors ABRAHAM S. BUCHMAN . . Blaizwville, Pa. Varsity Band DOROTHY T. BUCRLEY . . .Sioux City, Ia. CHARLES E. BUELL ..... ' . . Detroit Alpha Sigma Phi: Union Opera KZDQ Associate Editor of Michiganensizm Q43 1'lELEN P. BULLIS ..... Mable Rapids Girls' Educational Club HELEN C. CAMINS ..... Iron River Theta Phi Alphag Girls' Glee Club ALPHIA J. CAMPBELL. . . . . Milan JOHN E. CAMPBELL . ..... Owosso Acacia: Sigma Delta Chi: Michigan Dailyg Athletic Program NIORSE D. CAMl'BlEI.I. ..... Bay City Delta Theta Phi Sixty-.vczfcu ...., ,.. . af l rr ' vm ,A . l 3 gh.. .5'i.rly-vigil! Literary Seniors LAURA A. CANNON. ..... .-Inu .flrlmr Cmncily Clulu l.Um'y Rl. CANNON . .... ..fllIlLXll'lI1H' Sigma Alpha low: Vnivcrsity Symphony Orchcs- trag ill 121-133 HJ: llirls' lilcc Club C23 LU C455 Girls' Iiclucatiunal Cluhg Junior Play lx'A CARLSON. . . . .... lixrumiluz Rfiiru M. CARl'EN'I'l'1R ..... .Inu .flrlmr l'i Iluta l'lii: 011111-fly Club: Girls' lirluczitimml l'lnl1 VIRGINIA CAVICNIIISII. .llunliziglom IV. Va. iJ:unm:i Phi llutu: XI:isqlufsg Girls' Erlncnlionul Clnlm: llnskullmll 1-lj BlAlil'l7S CuAiiwic'1c . . .S'l1v1lvy:'i1Iv, Ind. Rvrii CnAnwic'N .... . Dvfroit llvltn llclta llclta PAU1.i-:Nic M. Cl'lAM1'LlN.LlHlB Valley, N. Y. llclta Delta. Ibeltn: Mortzirliomdg Wyvcrn: Cc-rclv: l"i'ai1c:1i.a I9 Literary l l 1-:im .-xN H. CHAPMAN Phylon Club: LEON C. Ci-mm-101' . . l'IrcmitvS: tilass llaseliallg llanti IDoi:o'i'liY K. ClII'IS'l'lER . Seniors . . . . Lima, O. Alpha Nu . . lVz'.vl Uuily, O. University of Michigan' . . . . Hillsdale Kappa Kappa Gamma A N N CH RlS'I'l'INSON . llclta Delta Ilcltag HHN R. Clauuc. . . . . . .Ann Arbor Iota Sigma Pi . . . .Crecnvfillc llclta Up:-zilon: tilec Club 1353 Union Opera Q37 CHESTER VV. Ciaxizic . . . . .A1mArbo1' Delta Upsilung Mimcsg Member of Cast of Fool's Pararlise 137 Irsssts E. CLARK . Mmzjonv CLEARY . . Pi Rem . .Ann Arbor . . . Ypsilanti Phi 1..., At 1 V 'gs f f JP' -"1 l I 1 Sixty-nine Svvr my Literary Seniors JOHN ll. Co1:AN1c . . . . Detroit PAULINIC ll. C01-IEN. . . l'itf.s'burgh, Pa. l'lliRMlONli VV. Col1N . . Cairo, Ill. EVA L. Coma. . . . . Dows, Ia. ROBERT C. COLE .... Bloomsbury, Pa. juurrml Clulr LUCILLE M. COLBY ..... Owossn Sigma Alpha Iota: lbcrrtsclxm' Vcrein LoRN1z A. COLLEN ...... St. Charles Alpha Chi Sigmng Phi Lzunhda Upsilon NAN M. Comsrocrc ..... Ann Arbor 8 Literary Seniors CATIHCRINE C. CONNELL .l'aughl:cep.vie, N. Y. Cullcgintc Sorosisg Stylus . AlARY R. CONNELY ....... Dzrfroit T DNA M. COOK . . . Cnofwrsville NTARr:A1z1s'r H. Coomw ..... .flnu Arbor Follcgiate Sorosisg Michignnensiau fsng Associate lizlitur Inlandcr C435 Lit. Editor Michigan' Daily 143: Class Secretary C255 Stylus MARY A. COPELAND . . .Rovhcrtvn N. Y. WINIFRED H. CORCORAN . . . . Saginaw Theta Phi Alpha: Chairman of the Inter- collegiate Committccg Junior Girls' Play ' MARY E. COVELL . . Whitehall NETTIE A. Cow1N. I- . . Mesick rv Seventy-two jllvhg M4- Literary Seniors f2I,.XllYSl.COZAIlD . . . . Orion l.lTi'Il.l.IC Cmssl-xv. . . ' Nappa .Xlplm 'l'lmlzn . . .Or1kl'urk,lIl. l.mx1al. fi. Cnoc'K1':1: ...... .'lnu ,lrlmr l':l.IZ.XI!l'1'I'II M. Czmxm. , lliyhluuri Park Cimrlfz j. IMNA . .... 'l'npcka, lx'r1n.v. .Xlplm Phi XVINIFRICII IJAVY . .... . liffurt .Xlplm C'l1i Oulu-gn lllxklcv I". DAY. . . . .... Climrnr Iiulzmmzuo Nnrnml Huh hI'AREI.KA C. IJ1iNc:I,lcR . . . . lfvanvcrrge Ilcltzl UL-Ita llcltn I8 if gi l l Literary Seniors llowixleu A. IJENNEE . . . . .fIn1l,-flrbor .-llphn Sigma: Cumulizui Club: Cosnmpolitan Club: Uluss Track OJ 125 AI,oNzo ll, Di-2 SPELIIER. . . . ..-'lun .flrbor QQOIIIIIICFCC Club l"1cNNo lf. Dia Vkuas ..... li'I'llIlXfUIl, Ill. l.nmhcl:1 Chi Alpha lim L. Dociu-:RAY . . . Grand Rapids llAI'llNli Domus ...,. .llf. l'lva.mnt Alplm Phi Uincga Gusrfxvoos DONALD . . . lx'var.vargv Lois DONALIJSON .... . . Calumet llclln lk-lla llclln: Ccrclc lirancnis I-TOWARD A. DoNNi-:Li.x' . ' . . . . Delro-it Phi Alpha Holla: Micliigamuug Sphinx: Varsity Track C21 135: Varsity Relay Tcamg XVorlcl's Record Tnrloor Relay '16 ,Mg r ,l l i W ,rl yi l ..l Srvfmlty-tln'cr Swenty-four Literary Seniors MARGARE1' DOUGLAS. . . IfVc.vtfield, N. Y. OTTO H. EBERWEIN ...... Ann Arbor Football 123 GRACE E. EnwARIJs. . . . Detroit ARTHUR W. E1-IRLICHER .... Pekin, Ill. Phi Sigma Kappag Commerce Cluhg Quadrangle WALTER G. ELSNAU . . . . Mauistee C. PHILIP EMERY .... Benton Harbor Sigma Phi Epsilong Griffinsg Pi Delta Epsilon: Druidsg Business Manager Michigan Daily C43 GEORGE W. EMERY . . . Coloma ERNEST L. EMMERSON . . Battle Creek Literary Seniors lXlAleuU1am'l'lc ENIESS ..... Grand Rapids Theta Phi .Xlplmg Ccrclc lfrzmcais S. P,xU1.lil's'1'lalN . . . . liavanuc N. J. . I l!:nyunnc Club: llnnlc Vluhg l'1mluu:ntiun'al Club M. lhcA'l'1uc'1a FALES .... Mcaloua Pi Rota Phi jrn-IN lf. l"AR1uzl.I. ..... Dalton, Mass. HOXVARD F. FENs'1'12RM,xmcx . Berwick, Pa. CI'1lflSlllZlll1 Ccrclc Francais IIIQLEN C. ITERGASON. . Owoxxo Lols A, Frscnlile . . . . . .Ann Arbor FI.0mfNm'l-: D. F1Tz1'A'r1uc'K l'l1iIadr'lpI1ia, Pa. I r u r l I '1 i i r 3 .., 4 ' 1 I ,S'vvcnty-lim' i Svzfenty-.ri.r Literary Seniors Romain' F. Fl'I'Zl'A'l'RICK . .Plzilarlcl1vlu'4z, Pa. Keystone: Wolverine C23 Wu.MAF1.AcK. . . . .If1'vdm1ia, Km1.vu.v Chi Omega Hu.nA M. FLINK ..... Girls' Glcc Club HELEN E. Fox . . . . NIARJORIE i:RAlTl'1 . ORPHA lf'1ml.rcK . . NIARIAN FRISHIE . G. I-lAz1sL l"Ur.LnR .... Classical Club: Imlupcmlcul I . lrovlwrmfl .l11L'A'.YUll . lrowwouzl Jiflaplv City . Toledo, O. l!l'7'Illf0I1l'UillL' iirls' Club - 1 f Literary Seniors A. GERALD GABRIEL ....... Detroit Druids: Totem Club: Union Opera Stage Mgr. C33 C425 Spot Light Vaucleville Stage Mgr. MJ: Mimcs: Commerce Club: Actuarial Society Lvnm P. GALLOWAY ..... Dayton, O. RIARION C. GALTON ...... Algonac Senior Society: Hockey 'l'e:uu: Member Athletic Board: Girls' Glee Club Q FRED A. GARIEPY .... Harbor Springs Druids: Class Basketball 12D 131 Q4D: Football Re- serves CZJ 135: 'Baseball Reserves Q23 133 EARLE F. GASAR ..... Grand Rapids Cercle Francais: Alpha Nu PAUL H. GEIGER . . .... Sturgis HERBERT W. GIESSING . . .SL Louis, Ill. Commerce Club HELEN G. GIFFORD . . . Flint Delta Gamma H X V Seventy-.rrvcn V , . r l 3 n V, P 5'm'r'11!y-ciylil .3 n,,,, I Literary Seniors ROSA li. Grlflfolcn . . l7ni'i.s'o11 llIil,lCN Gl1.Ll-:si-lc . . Battle Creek Josevu H.G1NsnURc .... Mt. Clemens llnsebzill C215 Actuarial Society: Deutscher Vcrcin: Commerce Club BIQATRICH T. GIRVIN .... Buffaloi N. Y. Chi Omega LYNN A. Gnovizu ...... Ann Arbor Commerce Club: Actuarial Societyg Hoa! Club '1're:isu1'er 133 NTINNIE G01-:1f1R1NG . . Grand Island, Neb. Alpha Chi Omcgag Girls' Glec Club RDBERT B. GQTFREDSON ..... Detroit Glaze Club: Associate liditm' Michigancnsian C4 LOUISE COULD. . .... 0100550 Collcginlu Sorosis Literary Seniors LEo I. GOULE1' . . Kawkawliu HELEN GRABLE. . . . . . . .Otsego Classical Clubg Ileutscher Vcrein REBECCA GREENBGRG . . .Meyer.rtowu, Pa. Stylus: Deutscher Yerein: Menorah Prize Essay '16H'17g Menorah Socictyg Associate Editor In- lan cr GLADYS GREEN1NG ...... Ami Arbor Delta Delta Delta: Comedy Club ARTHUR A. GUETTEL. . .Kmz.ra.r City, Mo. PIERBERT A. GUs'r1N ..... Bay City Delta Upsilon OLIVE I. HAGEN ..... Lake Linden Deutscher Vereing Classical Cluhg Senior S0- cictyg Choral Union MAELE L. H'ALL . . .CIcr'vland, O. Seventy-rzine Eighty Literary Seniors PAUL M. HALLER . . Arm Arbor K. FRANCES PIANDIBO. . . . Laurium Michigan Daily I-SABEI. W. I'lARDIE ..... Evanston, Ill. Alpha Chi Omvgag Womun's Leagueg Albion Club: Girls' Glee Club ICATHERINE HARRINGTON. . . Battle Creek Stylusg Girls' Educational Club: Mortar Boardg Wyverng Associate Editor Inlander LLOYD C. I'IART . . .K0komo, Ind. IRENE HARTSUFF ...... f 11m Arbor Actuarial Society ALICE E. HARTZLER '.Cornwell.s Heights, Pa. I.oU1sE HATCH . . Marshall Literary Seniors EDITH HARVEY ...... Port Huron Kappa Alpha Thetag Junior Girls' Play GENEVA K. HAYES . ..... Hastings Pi Beta Phi RUTH HEEBLEWHITE . . . . Armada Choral Union MAUIIITZ G.HEDIN. . . . . .Ironwood Phi Beta Pig Pi Delta Epsilong Wolverine C435 Michigan Daily C435 Glee Club C15 C41 DEWEY R. I'IEETDERKS . . Grand Rapids Educational Club JULIA I-IEIDEMAN . . Calumet MARGARETHENDERSON . . . Arm Arbor Alpha Phi HERMAN HENZE . . . . Iron Mountain Phi Sigma. Kappa Eightyvoue :ly lim: Literary ' S Ihf114'l'HA A. Hlcsslc . Fl.0Rl4:Ncl4: Hl4I'I"I'INKlI4Ili . . . ,J eniors . . . Sayiumu' ll1zla'l1i11.x'rm, JYVUIIX. fhi Omugn: junior hurl:-1' l'l:1y Arwulru T. Human . . . Hermitage: Delta ZORA Hlcxox .... MlCfIAI.liNli C. IAIIICNS . LAWRIQNCIE D. Hua'r'r. . MA1zGu1emT1e I'IlI.L . . . . . Holland Tlluta Phi . Am: Arbor "'! Grand Kaffidx Tolcdo, O. . . . H ar! Theta l'hi Alpha MlI.lllllill HILL . . . JXIplm Chi I . . ff'IH'0?'U, Ill. Jmcga Literary Seniors MARION L. HOLITIEN . . . Grand Rapidx Alpha Phi: Masquesg Stylus: Managing Editor Inlanzler C45 MICIKWIN R. il'IOL'l'ZMAN. North Madixon, Ind. Gargoyle C23 C33 ELLIS I. HOl'Ii1NS . . . Ccntervillv, N. Y. Roy C. Houmiz . . . Ann Arbor ALBEIi'l' E. HOIINIE, IR. ..... Dvfroil Chi 1'sig Michignmuag Sphinxg Michigan Daily C1-2-3-43: Opera Committee C255 Advisory Com- mittee C495 Sigma Delta Chi MERLE F. HOIINER . Eaton Rapids Ror.ANn F. Hussnv. . . . A1111 Arbor Les Voyaguersg Phi Sigma RUTH E. HUs'roN ..... Plymouth Indcpcudcnt Girls' Cluh C333 Athena C453 Junior Girls' Play C35 liiglily-lln'cc l l w l 9 Eighty-four Literary Seniors Louisa Imsu . . .... Mt. Clcwzmzs Kappa Kappa ilznnnm ARTHUR G. IPPEL ...... Saginaw Delta Tau Deltug Grilling Druids LAYLIN K. JAMES ..... Ann Arbor Acolytes EMMA F. I1cNsr:N . . Fowlcrville ETI-Ilil. L. JOCELYN . . . . Ann Arbor Pi Hem Phig Deutscher Vcrein IEIERBER1' li. Im-1NsoN . . . ,. Ironwood Aciuarial Society MoNlc'rA G. JOHNSON . . Moline, Ill. CECIL A. JOHNSTON .... Nortlruille Classical Club I Literary Seniors l'JOleo'rnY JOHNSTON . BICRNICE JONES . LAURA J. JONES . . . . . N Senior Socielyg Girls' Glcc Mmm JOSENHAUS. . . . . llcutsclier Vereing Scniur Society: tional Club JOHN T. IQAYIC . GEORGE W. Kier.l.1alc . NINA M. K1cr.LOr:O . . CHAm.O'r'rlc B. IQELSICV . . . Lallxillg .Holland . Akron, O. Club Arm Arbor Girls' Educa- . Marquette . .Drlrnit Snuffh Hcwcn Ann Arbor Gamma Phi Beta: Clznssiczil Club: Iota Sigma l"ig Mnsqucs O Eighty-live V 1 l Eighty-si,v Q 6 f A .ff I9 Literary Seniors RUTH C. K1cl.slcv ..... Aim Arbor K Gamma Phi llctag Classical Club E1.lzAma'1'H K1-:MP . . . . . . Bad Axe Hella Delta Delta XIIVIENNE KERR. . . . . Dululh,Mi11n. Gamma Phi licta CHRISTINA KEIQSIQY . . Muncie, Ind. VERA Klevslcu .... . . Pontiac Kappa Kappa Gamma RUTH E. KIDMAN .... . Adrian Class Poetl Mu Ph' EPSlibYv, Classical Qluda JICANIETTIS KucK1N'rwm.'r. . Grand Rapids Masquesg Gargoyle MARjfJllll'1 IQILBURY . . Duke Cc11ter,Pa. Senior Society lf' 1 agar ,. A as-ggi X ,, ' he 'rrp '- , : ' . 2'1" '. ff.fv.,iwV -4 - ,A .kwa 19 Literary Seniors Ciacn. A. K1Nc:MAN . . l'i0l'l'.Vl-, O. A. Loomis lqlRlil'A'I'RlCK . . . Ann Arlmr Alpha Sigma 1'hi: Pi llclta Epsilon: Nl'lClllgZll'I1ll?lQ Actuarial Society: lllicliigancnsian Q21 QSJQ llusi- ness Marragei' 143: Michigan Union Opera 1215 ' Class President C33 MARION KLINGLI-:R . . . . I'iIl.rlmrg11, Pa. Kappa Kappa Gamma VIVIAN L. K1.lNr:1.1aR .... Chelsea Delta Gamma JAMES S. lqI.UMl'1' . . . Saginaw RUSSELL J. KNAW . . . . . Ida Phi Sigma Kappa ALICE ICRAFT . . . . . Cleveland, O. FREIJERICK H. lqRANZ . Ear! Aurora, N. Y. Phi Lambda Upsilon liigl1,ly-.vczwn x7 'A ,., . .Iii Eighty-eight Literary Seniors BERNARD G. ICRAUSE .... Cleveland, O. Alpha Sigma Phig Students' llircctory CZJ CSM' Cliairman Social Committee C33 JOHN A. KROUT ...... Tlfill, O. Alpha Tau Omega: Alpha Nu EILFZNE LAMB ....... . Dvlroit SELXVYN A. LAMmclz'1' ..... Bay City Erclnitcsg Phi Alpha Della BLANCHE LANE . ...... Dvlroit Collegiate Sorosis: llnsiucns Manager Inlander LILLIAN LASSICY . .... . Hancock ORLENE IJAWRICNCIC . . 0100550 S'1'AN1f0RD Licifl-'HN .... Joplin, Mo. Signm Chi Literary Seniors ELEANOR LEIGHTON . . Walton, N. Y. NELLIIC LEONARD . . . Interlaken, N. Y. Pi Beta Phi FENG CHU LIU ...... Kirin, China Chinese Students' Club ANNA M. LLOYD . . . . . ' Ann Arbor Collegiate Sorosisg Mortar Board: Wyvernp Pres- ident Womenfs League PEARL E. LOCKHART ..... Detroit EI Atenes Cervantesg Iota Sigma Pi CLARA LUNDELL. . . . . . Cadillac Symphonic League FRANCES M. LYON .... '. St. Johns Delta Gamma BERYL E. MCCLELLAND . . . Birminghanz Eighty-nine Ninety Literary Seniors CLARISSA MCCOI.L0lNI . . Port Huron ED1'rH MCCORMICK . . Glen Ellyn, Ill. DONALD B. MCCRUDLN . . Westfield, N. Y. Commerce Club EL1zABE'rH MCDONALD. . . .Alpena MARY M. MCDONALD . . . .Detroit Collegiate Sorosis ROBERT T. MCDONALIT . . . Norwalk, O. Sigma Delta Chi: Micliigamnag Sphinx: Michi- gan Daily Q13 1295 News Editor f3Jg Managing Editor C43 URSULA MCDONALD . . . Mt. Pleasant HAROLD S. MCKENNAN .... Paris, Ill. I Monks: Round Up Club nj-'If"f'!"f"fr"xQ'11fjj':t"'f"T'f"ZZ'1"'!!1F'T'V"1W'F" 'T ' ' W' .G V Literary Seniors Wtat.'ruA McI,Ac1l1.AN. . . . . . lirwrl Actuarial Society: Sl'llltlI' Society Fatlcm MCLl'II.I.AN ..... l'm'l Iluron Kappa Kappa Gannna: Mortar lltmrtl 145: Wyvcrn 131: Class Vice-Prcsiclcnt CSD: Secretary X. W. C. A. 131: Junior Girls' Play Q32 OI.lv12 MCLoU'r1-i ..... Ann Arbor Mu l'hi Epsilon: Deutscher Verein hlARIlZ iVlACAULAY ...... Caluuwi Senior Society: NVyvcrn: Mortar lloard: Trcas. of NVomen's Athletic Association 129: Vice-pros. 131 lDUNCOMllli A. IVIACINNIES .... Drlroil Chi Psi GORDON C. MACK . . . La Porn-, Ind. Sigma Phi: Michigamua: Alchemists: Managing Editor of Students' Directory: Student Council C435 Manager of Glcc and Mandolin Club C43 FLORIELLA I.. MACKAY ..... Dftrozt Della Gamma DONALD C. MACLACHLAN . .' . . Milan Crraftsxncii: Class Football 423: Class Baseball -1 If l I . 1 it 4 l I N lllL'f-l"0lIl' x 1 l L Ninety-two Literary Seniors RUTH MAcl,,AcH1-AN ...... llvlroil Alpha. Phi: Mortar Board ACATIIIQRINIQ MAcINAUr:liToN . . . Calumvl llclta Gamma ECON L. P. MAI.LlC1C ...... Dvlroit Class Football C11 C25 132 Lois E. NIAY ...... Slockbridgc Kappa Kappa Gammag Masqucsg Comedy Clubp Mortar Buardg Class Vice-Pres. MJ lfl,lZAl!l'2'l'll Nllilflllihl .,.. Battlc Crcvlc llclta Gamma I-IARRIIV1' R. Mlilll'IS .... Grand Rapids Girls' Glce Club C23 1435 Choral Union JACK I. Mm-ILMAN . . , . Toledo, O. llcutsclicr Ycrcin JOSEPH D. MliNClll'llJl'lER . . Cnldwalrr, O. Alpha Nug Sec'y Oratorical Association C43 I I Literary Seniors ANNA B. MERCIEII . . . Weston, O. ROLAND F. MIERNER . . Cedar Falls, Ia. MILDRED C. MIGHELL .... Aurora, Ill. Stylus: Senior Society: Mortar Boardg Wyverng Michigan Daily 1335 Women's Editor 1453 Michi- ganensian C419 Girls' Glee Club C323 Vice-Pres. Women's League ANNA MILLER .... East Orange, N. J. I Alpha Phi: Masques EDITH M. MII.LER . . . Murphysbora, Ill. HAZEN L. MILLER . . . Highland Park Phi Beta Pi: Honor Committee Q33 HELEN M. MILLER .... Ann Arbor I KIRK R. MILLHOFF . . . Cleveland, O. Ninety-three Ninety-four Literary Seniors HOWARD VV. M1NC1-HN. . Roclmslcr, N. Y. Class Finance Committee C41 ' ROBERT T. MONIQOIE ...... Dciroif Classical Club PAUL M. MooRE, JR .... Earlifzyton, Ky. Sigma Chig Mimesg Glee Cluhg Union Opera C43 JAMES F. MUMMEIQY .... A11nA1'b0r Sinfoniag Phylon GLADYS MYERS . . . . . . Vulcan Delta Gamma: Comedy Club: Mortar Board: Wyverng Class Basketball C153 Girls' Glee Club C31 C435 Social Chairman of Women's League C433 Vocational Conference Committee C19 LORAINE MYLL . . . ,. Mount Cll?7lLl'lI.Y ALFRED B. NESLER . . . Dubuque, Ia. Alpha Kappa Kappa CARL W. NEUMANN ...... Dvlroil Trigong Druiclsg Sphinx: Intercollegiate Man- agerg Literary Vice-I'resident Michigan Union L! Literary Seniors Wiwuizn Nicvuia . ..... Champion Adelphi: Craftsmen: Speaker Adelphi House of Rcpresentativvssa C43 HEl.EN R. Nwvs . . . -i'VU.l'hl'llgflIll, D. C. Gamma Phi Beta RUTH G. N0li'l'0N . . . . . Jmuwuillv Athena ALm2R'1' P. OHLMACHER . . . Arm Arbor Trigong Alpha Kappa Kappa JAconOI.'r1-1oF1f . . . Grand Rapids FLoR12Nc12 B. ORWIG .... Toledo, O. Kappa Alpha Theta Pmuv C. PACK ..... Ami Arbor Phi Kappa Sigmag Griflinsg Messe: Pi Delta Ep- silon: lruidsg Michigan' Daily C17 C23 C33 C415 Inlander C351 Wolverine C275 Gargoyle C471 Employment llureau of Michigan Union C35 R. Pmoia ...... l7vrlccr1fillv l Nirmry-five Ninety-.ri.v Literary Seniors ZILPHA PALLISTER . . Detroit FALICE G. PARKER .... Owosso Collegiate Sorosis ANNE B. PARKS . . Cleveland, O. ELIZABETH PATCHIN . . . Traverse City C Alpha Chi Omega DOROTHY E. PATTERSON . . . Elko, Nev. Pi Beta. Phi: Michigan Daily ROBERT C. PATTERSON . . Portland, Me. Theta Delta Chig Griiiinsg Druidsg Commerce Club: Owlsg Pi Delta Epsilong Class Treasurer C43 ERNEST F. PATTON . . Slippery Rock, Pa. Craftsmen: Keystone Club MARIE S. PAULUS ...... Detroit Alpha Phi Literary Seniors OLGA PERSCHBACHER . . . Grand Rapids Senior Society: Geneva Club ELMORE S. PETTYJOHN ..... Detroit l'hi Delta Theta: Reserve Football C45 MARY E. PFIQIFFER .... Corning, N. Y. CLARA M. PHIELPS ...... Kalkaska Alpha Chi Omega DoR0'rHY PIERCE ..... Ann Arbor Pi Beta Phi GENETTE Plxu-:Y . .... St. Joseph Kappa Kappa Gamma josm-H W. PLANCK .... . Union Phi Sigma Kappa Amen E. Po'r'r1Nm:R . . Peru, III. l Ninety-:even Ninety-eight Literary Seniors ALVARE'l"l'A Po'rT1NczER . . . Peru, III. LEROY D. POWELL ..... Piggatt, Arla. Phoenix: Delta Theta Phi META K. PRANGE . . '. . Grand Rapids Deutscher Verein FLORENCE PRICE ..... Clvz'eland, O. Michigan Daily C43 DOROTHY L. PRoBs'r .... . Dvfroil Alpha Phi: Masques LUCILE H. QUARRY ..,. Am: Arbor Collegiate Sorosis: Cercle Francais: Inlander: Stylus VALORA QUINLAN . . . Grand Rapids Theta Phi Alpha: Mortar Board: Wyvern GRACE W. RAYNSFORD . . Highland Park Delta Gamma 1 Literary Seniors MiXlill5 RICARIION .... . Illidlaml ' Pi Bum Phi JAMES D. Ricicnizit . . . ' Ann Arbor ' Phylou JASPI-:R B. Ricnm . . ...... Dm-oil l"hi Kappa Psig Druids: COIIIIIICFCLE Club: Baseball Managerg Student Council 143 FRANCIS D. Rlclmau . . Long l?f'arh, Cal. Phi Sigma Kappa EDGAR G. Rm Num. ...... Drlroil PHILLIS RICHARDSON .New Roclmllv, N. V. Delta Gamma LAvANc1-mRnac:laR . . . . A1mArbvr Classical Club: Deutscher Verein: Secretary Classical Club 143 BERTHA M. ROBINSON . .... Dvh-nit Independent Girls' Clnhz Deutscher Yercin: Choral Union Ni1ir'ty-nine Om' Illunlrzwl Literary Seniors Jm'k.vml Rwru M. Rrmsmm . Cl..'uussA Romcs . Grand Rapids Louis l.. Roslcwluclus . Tolvdo, O. lhxcil-1151. F. Rosl-:N'ruAl. . . l'vlo.vlcr'y RUTII Rnsr:x'1zI.'r .... . llvmlur Chi flnrepm C1-zcll. A. Ross ..... Kfxlanzasoo Kalmnnzrm Normal Cluly . flown!! Hfxzlal, AIJELAIDE Russlcm .... r llcllzx vnnlcs RllllliR'l' . . . , . . Alpha Chi Omega: Girls' Glue Club I on Mnxmlain Ganmmg fflnssiczxl Clulm: lil Ateneo Cer- 5, J 'SPN-.. X 71, .1 316 I9 18 if i. . A im- 'V S Literary Seniors NELSON V. IQUSSHLI ..... . llvlrnil Phi Mn Alpha M1I.'I'ON Rvnolxr . . . Ilzdiazlapnlix, Ind. Signm Phi Epsilon: Round Up LICNA M. SAClili'I"I' .... . . . Charlnfiv Deutscher Yurcin Mmucx. SANUORN . ..... Saginaw El Atcnco Cervantes: Ccrclc Fran'cais MAY SANIHQRS . . Sal! Lalcv City, Utah LOUISE SAUNDIERS .... . . Dvfroil .'hCfll!ll'iIll Society: Senior Society HES1'ER G. SCHAIKI-IRG . . Sagialaw BliN.IAMIN J. SCIIMNMAN. . . Detroit Zeta Hum Tun OHL' .Ii1Hld7't'd OHL' One llltudrcd T-wo Literary Seniors JAMES ScH121aM15uHoitN,Ju. . . . .Detroit Sigma Nug Griflinsg Mcesc: Sigma Delta Chig Delta Sigma Rhog Druiclsg Michigan Daily Q29 C31 1-0: Sport Editor 447: Michiganensian 445: Gar- goyle C415 Oratorical Delegate 1313 Class Presi- rlentffallz Class llaseball ill C333 Class Football CID 3 MARGU1u'ric SCHNICIIJIER . . St. Joseph JQHN B. ScHooLLAN1m .... Grand Rapids Classical Club: Varsity Band NVOLIJEMAR F. Sci-uuznniu . . .Grand Rapids Sinfoniag Gargoyle VERA SCHUKNHCHT . . . . . . Detroit Deutscher Vereing juuiur Girls' Play LEMAN H. Sco'r'r .... Wyoming, Ill Commerce Clubg Fresh Track Team: Glee Club 427 C33 C47 HAZliL SELHY ...... Cincinnati, O. Westminster llouseg Cercle Francais GER'ruUma A. SIQRGEANT . . Battle Creek Delta Gammag Comedy Cluhg Masquesg Michi- gan Daily Staff: Girls Glee Club Literary Seniors h'IARGUERl'l'li S1-zssioxs. . Ann Arbor JOHN SHANI1 . . .l.v11pvming OLIVE B. SHicl.noN ..... Am: Arbor VVumen's League: Classical Club Mn.mu-:n SHn.l.lNr: ...... iVa.vlm'i1lv Delta Delta Hella IXLLICN Si-lo1cNlfucLn . . . l,oui.v71ilIr, Ky, Sigma Delta Chi: Klritlinsg Druids: Toast- nmstcrsg Quadrangle: Meesc: Keniucky Club: Michigan 'Daily flj Q21 C335 lnlanrler C355 Managing Editor Gargoyle 141 JOHN A. Simon . ..... lx'am', Pa. Choral Union HERVA M. Sl.Ar:u'r .... Grand Blanc BEULAI-I SMITH . . . ll"a.vIzingtm:, D. C. Karma Kappa Gamma: Girls' Basketball Man- ager C33 Om' Illmdrcd Tllrcc One H1111drc1i Fozn' Literary Seniors CHARLIQS R. SMITH .... Cn1'11ap11li.s', Pu. Phi llctn Pi -KA'l'H12RIN1cSM1'1'1f1. . . . . A1111 Arlmr Alphn Plli XNILLIAM R. Somcsliv .... Rapid Riwr Alpha Nu: Comedy Club S. A. SODICRMAN ...... Cryslal Falls Upper Peninsula Club BYRON A. SOULE . . . . Albion, N. Y. JAMES G. SOU'l'HWOR'l'l'l . . . . M11111'oe RUSSELL A. SPRINGIZR . . lfvllfl Wcrt, O. CA'r1-IERINIQ S'rA12n . . A1111 Arbor fiwiwfi .,, :dll -'wpge' I . "x V .V "FEM W I .-gay...-1 W -, tj? " ,al rl I . 1 I E MA 1 1 ,"" 'S' 6 J 1 . . .-112: , It I Literary Seniors ,lULlUs R. S'r. CLAIR .... Dulnilz, Minn. l'1elta. Upsilong Griflinsg Triangles: Pres. Junior Eng. C413 Class llasketbull C11 C21 C31 i415 Man- dolin Cluh C21 C31 Q41 ETHIQL STEICLIE . . . Mt. Clemens HARRY M. STEFFEY ..... Ann Arbor Round Up HAROLD S'rRNsoN . . . . . Manistee DONALD C. S'r1MsoN. . , .Eaton Rapids Delta Upsilong Class Football 1115 Class Bas- ketlmllAC21 EMU. A. S'ro1.L1zR. . . . Bremen, Ind. HULDA W. S'rRoEmsL. . . Sault Sie. Marie Deutscher Vereing Senior Hockey Team: Choral Union MARGARE'l' STUM. . . MGdf.YI?71UillG,K3Y. Kappa Alpha Theta One Hundred Five r l One Hundred Six Literary Seniors Rosie B. S'1'Ussl . ..... Tnlvdu, O Chi Omega DAv1n I. SUGAR . . . lx'iwr Nnzzgv FRI-:IHQRICK M. SU'l"l'lCR ...... Detroit Phoenix: C'omiucrcc Cluh: Michigan Daily C25 C311 Union lfinancc C'omn1ittce C235 Senior Rc- cuplinn Committee BRUCE A. SWANEY ...... Ann Arbor Sigma Delta Chi: Griffms: Mcese: Druids: Mich- igan Daily C25 C323 Associate Editor C435 Ath- letic Program C4J: Wolverine Clj C21 ROIYCDIEIQ THOMAS . . . Ann Arbor Lmc M. THUlis'roN . . Central Lake MAIQY TISCIIER ....... Detroit Alpha Chi Omega CHARLIES A. TOWLER .... . Olivet I8 Literary Seniors Gmnvs L. TONVNSIENIJ .... Grand Rapids Chi Omega: Comedy Club: Masques NIARTI-IA A. TONVNSENII . . . Brown City V Kappa Kappa Gamma: Ccrcle lfmncais WARREN H. TOWNSENI1 . . .C'i11vinnali, 0. Alplla Nug Comedy Club ZYLPHA TRAVIS . . . . Musick LOUISE TREMAINE .... Chcboygan Alpha Chi Omega HfkRVlEY M. TRIMRLR. . Indiana, Pa. LOUISE TU'1"r1.1a . . . . Coldwater ,BESSIE A. VAN me VENTER . . I-lasting.: One Jlundrcll Scwn l l , v , L . it lg , ll' l 1 1 ,H P 353. ' 'Y ,, 2' 3 One Iflimdrcd Eight I" V A Literary Seniors JOHN VAN OfJS'I'liN . .Grand Raffidx ' ANN VARDON ....... Nvwlurrry llelta. Delta Delta CLARISSA VYN ...... Grand Haven Chi Omega: Mortar Board' W ver-ug H . y President Womcn's Athletic Association ANNA voN WAL'rHAUs1sN . . Ann Arbor Cercle Frzincaisg Deutscher Verein MARIE P. voN VVALTHAUSIQN. .Ami Arbor Deutscher Vex-cin FRANK E. WALKER. . . . . Bay City Round Up PoR'r1A VVALKIZR ..... Bufffalo, N. Y. Chi Omegag Wyverng Masques FLORENCE NVALZ. . . . . Ami Arbor 8 Literary Seniors NORMAN W. WAssMAN . . . Bellaire, O. Phi Alpha Dcltag Ercmites HARRY A. WELLFORD . . . Memphis, Tenn. Sigma Nu HENRIETTA WELLEORD . . . . Ispeming Alethea CONRAD W. WELTMANN . . St. Joseph HELENA L. WESSINGER .... Ann Arbor Education Club LEILA WHEELER .... Long Point, Ill. Chi Omega JESSIE E. WHITNEY ..... Hillsdale Kappa Kappa Gamma NELLE WILKINSON . . . . .Elko, Nev. Pi Beta Phi One Hundred Nine One Hundred Ten Literary Seniors MARION WILLIAMS ...... Ann Arbor Alpha Pliig Mortar lioard: Wyvern LOUISE WILLIAMSON . . . .Duluth, Minn. Kappa Kappa Gamma: Mortar Boardg Wyvern LU WILLsoN. . . . . . . . .Jackson DONALD E. WILSON ...... Saginaw Beta Theta Pig Michigan Daily C335 Meeseg Un- ion Membership Committee C313 Senior Banquet Committee HERBEII1' G. WILSON. . .Sault Ste. Marie Sigma Delta Chig Druidsg City Editor Michigan Daily C41 RAY E. WISE . . . . . Detroit CONSTANCE WINCHEIL .... Arm Arbor Kappa Alpha Thetag Mortar Boardg Wyvern ALICE M. WOESSNER ..... Arm Arbor Theta Phi Alphag Girls' Educational Society: Wyverng Actuarial Club af""' . f n ii . ,.. . xx K 'U L1terary Semors IZIQRNARD NNOHI. ...... . . Detroit Pi Ilcltu lipsilong Micliignn Daily: Wulvcrinc CLA!! W. VVoon ...... Grand lx'apid.v Trigong Commerce Club SARAH R. WORTH . . . . .Grand Rapids ALICE M. WORUN . . Ironwood Fmmm E. WUmmaL. . . . .Arm Arbor Delta Delta Delta: Deutscher Vereing Wyvcrng Stylus MARGAIQET Wvurz. . Niagara Falls, N. Y. KATIAIERINE B. WYNNE. . . . . Alma Theta Phi Alpha MAIQGARET A. Ymums ..., N grill-0511? One Hundred Eleven Celebrities in the 1.918 Literary Class ESIDES being students, which of course may be challenged, all of us have our pecularities, which sooner or later must "out." After four years of close asso- ciation, we come to know one another by these characteristics or, better still, weaknesses. Our most conspicuous celebrities, after four years of living quite undisturbed by the public's critical gaze, faced their day of judgment finally in the meeting of the Senior Lits, where the fate of each was pronounced. That record was destined to be made permanent in this book of record. Such has been the verdict of that grave as- sembly, and now for a glance at the culprits. Being shrewd is considered a virtue, but when linked with "politician," the virtue becomes somewhat distorted. This honor has been accorded "Kirk" Kirkpatrick. Now Jimmie Schermerhorn is a pretty shrewd fellow, too. He was the presiding oflicer at the meeting, and was also given the title of the handsomest man in the class. Some may not appreciate our type of manly beauty, nevertheless they are powerless to criticise our choice for the prettiest girl-Louise Hatch. No, she is not the only contestant, for Henrietta Brandebury lost by but a single vote. N'Vhat a sad disappointment, when one builds an air castle to have it crumble to ruin over his head. jerry Gabriel aspired to the seat of the handsomest, but that.was just such an air castle. Being the best student is a distinction of no mean value. After much debate the eminent position was 'awarded to our versatile friend, Carl Neumann. Wliat will Father say, Carl? ' In our list of celebrities thus far how could we have failed to mention old man Phil Emery. Little had we suspected campus opinion would have pointed to him as the biggest grind, for even upon close examination nothing of the academic seems to be- tray his true self. That elusive quality so sought by all and grasped by so few-popularity, has capitu- lated to the mighty strokes of Bruce Swaney among the sons of Michigan, and to our little Helen Brown among her daughters. The days of dullness and gloom have been more easily tolerated, when the pretty smile of our jolliest co-ed, Vera Brown, lighted up the class room. "Sporty" has always been a confusing term. This quality, avoided by some, sought by others, is most conspicuous in our class-mate Spike Gotfredson. Among those who seek it is Roger Thomas-another air castle. We have often wondered how Phil Pack succeeded so well in his college work and in everything else he undertook with little or no loss of energy-Odd too, he was elected unanimously the biggest bluffer the class produced. Perhaps the most important item of permanent record, one' which will be sought with curiosity and yearning by girls to come, will be that of the "Biggest Fusser"- Chuck Buell. Shades of the summer school-What? Om: Hundred Twelve l l .6-.:.s.1..v..3.f 1 I.l'1'lcRAuv SEN IORS 0 nv Hlllldffif Tlrirfvcn The Hrst man to realize an ambition which every man harbors, namely, to get mar- ried, is Kirk Kirkpatrick. Are you going to enlist bcfiire or after the ceremony, Kirk? On the other side of the library, Frieda McLellan advances with her claim to be the first girl to get married. Congratulations, Frieda. But is there nothing to remind us of our daily tasks, our studies? Among those which stand out in our memory is, naturally, Sociology, the most beneficial course for those who desire mental exercise. f Then there is the course which keeps the athlete and the fusser in college--the biggest snap course, Poly. Ee. 1. All of us are grateful to Professor Taylor for his boundless generosity. Finally the most enjoyable course, where the very surroundings become ethereal, where the spirit soars to heavenly heights, is Fine Arts I. Herewith ends the labors of the statistical committee, with an apology to those who escaped our notice. Nevertheless be comforted you who are neglected, for, as Gray says: "Full many a flower was born to blush unseen And waste its sweetness on the desert air." One Hundred Fourteen ITIGRARY SEN IORS One Humirrd Fiftrrrn O fm ll lmrlrrd .S'i,vlccu NIARTHA Coma BUILDING Llwlmlu' SIZNIORS 0 ur Hu mlrmi Srwrfrtcvn fi .sf -3 Q 1 EGIEE Colleges of Engineering and Architecture Al0R'l'lMl-IR l':l.XVYN Coom-zv, M.E., LL.D., D.E., Dean HE original Act of 1837 included Engineering as one of the departments of instruction in the University. The first professor in this branch was appointed in 1853-54 and the first class of two men graduated with the degree of Civil Engineer in 1860. Military Engineering was es- tablished in 1861 and instruction given in the spring of 1862. This work was formally abandoned in 1869. A School of Mines was established in 1865 and the degree of Mllllllg Engineer conferred for the first time in 1867. A course in Mechanical Engineering was established in 1868 but the degree was abolished in 1870, 2it.Wl1iCl1 time the main part of this course was included in Civil Engineering. The Legislature of 1875 appropriated money for a School of Mines and provided for the appoint- ment of a professor of architecture and design. The appropriation failing in 1877, architecture was discontinued, hut occasional degrees in mining were conferred until 1896. Engineering was taught in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts until 1895, then made a separate department with Professor Charles E. Greene as Dean. Following his death, in 1903, the present Dean was appointed in February, 1904, together with Professor Joseph B. Davis as Associate Dean. Professor Davis resigned his omce in 1908, and Professor VVilliam H. Butts took his place as Assistant Dean. The first Secretary was Professor Herbert I. Goulding, who served from 1901 to 1906. He was followed by Professor James P. Bird, who held the ollice until 1905. His successor, the present Secretary, is l,.ouis A. Hopkins, with Camilla 13. Green as Assistant Secretary. Architecture was re-established in 1905, being assigned to the Department of Engineering. The title of the Department of Engineering was changed to Department of Engineering and Architecture. In 1913 the title was again changed to Departments of Engineering and Architectu1'e. Professor Emil Lorch, head of Architecture, performs the duties of Assistant Dean for architectural students, but the Dean and Secretary continue to serve for both departments. In January, 1915, the title of the De- partments was changed to the present title, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture. Mechanical Engineering was re-established in 1881, followed by Electrical Engineering, established in l869g Chemical Engineering in 1898 and Marine Engineering in 1900. The degrees conferred on graduation until 1881 were Civil and Mechanical Engineer. But since then the bael1elor's degree has been used, the professional degree being conferred only as a higher de- gree. Beginning with 1917, Bachelor of Science in Engineering will be conferred on all Engineering graduates, and Bachelor of Science in Architecture on all graduates in architecture. But the legend of the diploma will contain a reference to the course of study pursued. Our llnndrnd Eighteen Joi-IN CAs'r1.EREAo11 PARKER, A.M., The 1918 Engineering class cledicates this section to Professor John C. Parker, a thorough scholar, a perfect gentleman, and above all a real American patriot. Oni' lln mlrvd Niuctcen 1918 Engineering Class Ofiicers PI-IILLIP CARROLL . . President EDWARD M. SCHAFFTER . Vice-President DORO'1'I'IY HALL . Secretary LEO TA'r'rERsALL . A . . Treasurer HAROLD M. STEPHENS . . Oratorical Delegate IC 1'lundr4':l 'l'wc'ntv 1918 Engineering Class' Committees Social I. D. HIl3I!AI!ll T. H. H151-vuixun J. G. S1-lAm'1-2 F. J. THIICMIC . H. GALLOWAY M. A. McK1cNzuc F. J. 1701.1-:Y Audiling S. S. A'r'rwoon Kun. BINTZ XXX. B. Slcl:l.l-:R lIl'2'l'fUfi0ll R. C. Gmc M A NSON W. A. IvIcKux1.1ex' R. A. K1Mn1cnLY R. H. Emncv W. R. Gxzoss J. F. FMRMAN G. J. S'rAx1cK . Publicily E. G. DUm.1f:Y I". Kolx'r1c'K H. A. lixmvnsox VV. R. H.xnv1-:Y I. Ll-:Niue Ajfnirx W. S. IYJINXVIIIIIIIC N, ll, lnslcx H. B. I-Lxslilxs D. C. XN'1cs'r l'irt1mr C. H. S'rirm1- O. C. Kmrzx-:le S. Hmm H. C. Ciuxrl-:R VV. C. BROCKXVAY Ief'L'l'f7ff0ll 12. E. iQAYMONIl T. XV. CoN.'xx'r H. NV. ,lowes A. V. L1v1Nr:s'r0N P., C. S'l'1cl'1-H-:N .Ying H. W. COLLINS G. A. Cmmc li. F. M:-:'rz Y. C. Osnolw C. R. SAmN O. BONNICY l'ronu'nnda' P. A. Vlcluales X'VICLl.ANIl GAY XV. VV. O'rls L. NV. Tuoxls R. M. XIVOOIPWARIU XV. C. l.1-:mix Cap and Gum: G. S. I'il-IA'I'lI C. S. LAw'rox J. R. Hum. N. S. Yom' C. L. BAS-Sli'l"l' NV. C. Coon A.V.Vt'lllI7l3' H. R. Scovim. C. B. S'rAmuNm: C. A. HART M. D15 Rumen Om' Hundred lucnfx one VAN DUSIQN Lowm SMITII T'T.'XR'I' I KORTICI SCIIAII Engineering Honor Committee F. J. KORTICK, '18 E . . Chairman E. M. ScHAF1f'r1zu, 'ISE .' . . Secretary C, A, I'IART, '18E R. D. SMITH, '191l C. T. VAN DUSEN, '19 E S, T, Loma, '20 I2 C. R. Fomm, 'ZOE wi T1vMlly-1100 The Honor System in the College of Engineering HE second anniversary of the Honor System in the College of Engineering has been celebrated. It has proved to be the success that any organization of such high ideals should prove among men whose principles of honor are as those of the students of the Engineering College. That the Honor System should originate and receive its notable development entirely from the student body is most conclusive evi- dence of its success. The result of a ballot cast in the various classes in engineering during the latter part of January, 1916, showed that eighty per cent of. the students were in favor of trying out the Honor System during the final examinations which began january 31. This trial was granted by the Engineering faculty, who were unanimously in fa- vor of such an organization among the students. The standard of honor set forth in the Honor System was so well upheld during these final examinations, and the students were so pleased with its simplicity and eiectiveness, that in March, 1916, ninety-eight percent voted for a permanent Honor System in the College of Engineering. Today we can look back with pride upon the way we have grasped one of the greatest and most fundamental principles. XVe feel all the more elated over the success of our organiza- tion of honor, as we recall the jests and perverse prophecies given by our friends on the various corners of the campus, when the Honor System was in its state of infancy in the College of Engineering. lVe all know that the success of our Honor System is due to the very important part which each of us has played to uphold its principles. Our aim now is to make this organization more and more ideal. The ideal Honor System is one in which each does his share perfectly. lf there is a backslider in our group, the little share of some person or group of persons is increased. We are willing to increase our little part when so worthy a principle is at stake. Then there is the added incentive that we are sup- ported by the whole College of Engineering. Let it be made clear that the Honor Sys- tem is not forced on anyoneg the individual may at any time feel perfectly free to take his examination under a proctor. This has, to some extent, furnished an excellent rec- ord of the success of our Honor System, as up to this time we have no record of any student making such a request. As we all strive, shoulder to shoulder, for a more ideal Honor System, we are in return receiving the Standard of Honor so essential ,to a successful engineer and to good citizenship. ' -F. J. K. Om' llnndrcrl Twenty-llircc TK O no Plltildffd Twenty-four Engineering Seniors lVlill.'l'0N l'. Antxms ..... Grant! lt'apid.i' Tau lluta Pi linwlx R. lXIiI'1RS ..... Pwr! Huron VVcb and Flange JUAN R, At.cAvA4:A . . . Ctlllltllllllll, Chili: South American Union: Cusnmpolitan Club Diem-:'t'lt1t1s J. Asi.ANlmf:s . . . . . . . . . . .clUll.S'lflllfl'llUf7ll', T1u'k4',t' Cnsinnpolitan Cluh S'1'icl'H1cN S. A'r'rwo0n .... Ann Arlmr Michigauniag Tau lleta Pi: 'Frianglcsg Union Activities Advisory Committee 1415 Class Presi- clent C331 Class Football CID 1233 Class Foot- hall Muimgcr 121: Student Council C33 f4lC l'i'esiclcnt Student Council MJ: Cltairman Class Auditing Cmntnittcc C45 C. BURTON l!ixuNA1nv. . . . C0ll.VftlllflllL' Alpha Tan Omega NliX'lN C. llARNl'IS .... 1'-l'flllk1llI, Pa. Delta Upsilnn ANflllS E. lifmrox . . . .S'a1:ll.S'lz'. Marie Alchemists: Class Hockey QU i. 'Q-tj X 4. J! A 9 an Engineering Seniors C1..'xlu-:Num A. lifxsluc .... .l.an.viuy Delta 'l'l1ct:t Phi: flnss llistorinu Q45 Cmltlc L. li.-XSSlC'I"l'. . . . G1-n.v.n' lxlw l.m'lllcR H. lllclxcu . .... Ann flrlmr First Place for Points Regatta 133 thou Cup Q35 1 lValcr Marn- Kfutl. liINZ ...... Union Cily, Ind. Tau licta Pi: Mnutloliu Club C433 Secretary A. S. M. li. lifllllfll C45 I.1.m'nI. liIRl'lil-1l.l!.'XXV . .lflf Snckctl Clulm XVILLIAMll,liUICI'Z . . . ORRIS BUNNIQY . . . . Cll1lll'lll1lll Fiuzmcv Cumtuilt DAvln G. liovl-:li . . HlHll'lI!lfUll, Ill. .'1u,1.-110, O.. ffrmld Rnjtirix cc Q31 Rona, Nw. O uc Ilu mlrrd Ttuvufy-fivg .,. ' . O nz' llu mlrml T'wvuly-.wi.r Engineering Seniors xfVAL'l'l5Ii G. Blmvlcu . . . lQUC!lf'.l'll,7', N. Y. Monks: Round-Up VVARNIQR C. BROCKWAY. . . . . Eric, Pa. Trigun: Tau llc-ta Pi: Web and Flange EDMUND M. BROWN . , l"rvdm'z'clclown, O. Lambda Chi Alphag Round-Up ,loslsi-H B. .liircmlcv . . .Ann Av-bar ELMICR C. BURNS ...... Ann Arbor Quartcrcleck RALl'lI H. CAIN .... .Yunll Slv. Maria Tau llcla Pig Web and Flange Ancnnsann F. CAMl'mcI.I, . . . Dvlroit Monks PHIL CARROLI. ..... Dallas, Ter. Round-Up: Vulcans: Class President C435 Var- sity Bancl C21 C35 1455 Prcsillcnt Varsity Band 1435 Mandolin Club C31 l' "Y A , Engineering Seniors F1mN1cl.tN C. CAR'l'l'IR . . . . . Cuba, Ma. Alpha Chi Sigma: Phi Lambda Upsilon: Round-Up Lina O. CASE. .... . . .Ann Arbor Alpha Chi Signing Phi Lznnhtla Upsilon YU CHAI-to Cm-:N ..... Kirin, Cltina Chinese Students Club: lhsniupolitan Club YU S00 Cl-IICN . . Clzazlylvlz, Hunan, Chinn l-IAuoI.n M. Cul-:mtv .... lfujfalu, N. Y. Phi li BUNG Cm-:w Cnov AI.l!l2li'l' l.. Cmuua. GEORGE A. CLARK. Tau Beta Pi: Sagin Michiganensian C47 appzt Psi . . . Ilnnolulu, H. I. . lhxv A101-lll'.Y, lu. . . . . . Sagizzazv nw Clnhg Associate Editor Our llumlrcd T-wcnty-:c1fen One llunrlrril 7'-wcnly crghl ,fi ff rf'-w 1 , Engineering Seniors IEIQNJAMIN ,IQ CI.lcAv1clz . flnn .flrlmr KIYSSI-1l.l. A. Coma . Ornloricnl Delegate IfAROI.D NN. CQLLI NS . . . . . .llvlrnil OJ: Class Relay 'l'can1 C13 . . . . . .llvlrnil lixzcniitesi 'Fan lie.-ta Pig Vulcans: Trianglcsg Mnnesg Chief Electrician Michigan Union Opera 131 4455 Chairman Sing Cmmnittcc C45 VVM. 1-lmmv CoI.l.lNs . . . Illilvlmll, .SI II. 'l"n 1 llcla Pi Amos C. Coxxl-11.1. . . . lflal lfurls Roni-:wr C. Colm-:'l"l' Phi I'lAROLlJ T. CORSON . . . 0r1lcl'rn'k,1ll, Kappa Psi Coldwater Tan llcta Pi: Munllolin Club Q41 l AR'1'ml,x as XV. Cow NG . fazrkxou .3-gf.. if I R Engineering Seniors Ctaififmtn H. CRA mit: .... Cralnur, l'a. Keystone Club liUt:taNt': T. CRANLTII . . . . liz-iv, Pa. Louis S. CRANE . . Clvwlartri, 0. JNIAlt'l'lN lDl5RUl'l'liR . . .tfrrmd Ruf1id.r VV1Lt.tAM S. Dmwtnms. . .l'nrIland, On-. Sigma Phi: Tau Beta Pi: Vulcans: XVeli and Flange: Sopll Prom Committee C235 Mimes: Michigan Union Opera l'o:nmittee Q23 C33 C453 Cltairman Affairs Committee C43 C1m1u.1cs H. lJ0llIiR'l'Y, JR. . t,'rr11tdlx'afvifl.v NIICRLIE B. Do'rY ..... lialllv C'rt't'lc Alpha Sigma Pliig Alieliigznnuaz Alcliemistsg Triangles: Class Basketball C15 123: Vice-Presi- dent Y. M, C. A. UD: Presitlent Y. M. C. A. C43 lLI.tnztnGtc G. DUnt.t4:v .... Orange, N. J. Delta Tau Delta: Tau Beta Pi: Michigamua: Triangles: Ass't Varsity Track Manager CD5 Yisrsity Track Manager C103 J-llop Committee 3 U uc lln udrvtl Twenty-Hin: Om' I-luml1'r:d 7'lll'l'fj' Engineering Seniors Ml-:l.vlN IP. ENc:I.1i . . . l'l7llJ'1lillgf0Il,12. C. Cabinet Club lifllll-IR'I' H. Eimiv ....... Dvlroil Yulcans: Totem Club: Michifzzm Technic C25 f3j Cell: Associate Editor C41 , l':VliRli'l"l' G. FAHLMAN ..... Kanv, l'a. Alpha Chi Sigma: Tau Beta Pig Phi Lambda Vpsilun .lixnlcs lf. FAIIQMAN. . . . . .Rig lfapifix Varsity Hand Q45 liimuum ll, l'.lZA'l'lll'2RS'l'0XI-I , .Tolcrda, O. EIPVVIN Il. Fla'i"1'lc: . . Saginaw FRANCIS ,l. Fomzv, ..... Dollar Bay Alpha Tau Omega Gisoucla H. FoNa: ....... Detroit Chinese Students Clubg Cosmopolitan Club L fl' 11 If S7 . f l X r Engineering Seniors RLXXIRIINU Cf.-xldxlzzix ...... . . 7ll'flll', T4'I'l'iluI'iU ffl' 'l'4'f'l'4', flf4'.l'it'0 ,Lmlas H. ti.x1.1.mv.w .... .S'andu.vky, O. Szlmlusky Club XVICLLANID GAY ........ l.an.viny wyilfillj' Glue Club C45 ROMAN F, fiI'Il.I.AlC . . .Ann Arlmr JOHN C. Gicxll-:ssl-2 . . .Ann Arbor SARU V. GIVRIIPIAN . . ' . .1 t . . - . . . . .X'vrgvf'1lli', ffurul, .flrmvnzu CHARLES W. Coon ....... lfliul Tau Beta Pig Class Fonllmall CED. C351 .CIRSS Baseball 1355 Glec Ululi C435 VICC-flllZlIl'lllZlll A S. M. E. C49 WI-:NDELL V. Gou'roN ..... Ypxiluuli Iliiclxiganensizm Q25 1' 1fllllfil'1't1 One Ilumlrfrl Tltirly-tw-1 Engineering Seniors Clmlmas I-l. Gimlflf ..... illarxlmll Varsity Band 143 XrVAl.'l'liR R, GROSS ....' . . .Sll1glIlClTU Saginaw Club: Chairman Invitation Committee C47 ' W1I.I.IAM F. GUINAN . . Narflmnzplozl, Mass. Alpha Tau Omega CllARI.liS NV. GUSTAVUS ..... Dvlmil liufn-:Nic M. HiAI.liY . . lx'ocl11'.fl4'r,1V. Y. lloatrrny Ham ...... .7'0lvrln, O. 'l'-Square: Iota Sigma. Pi: Class Secretary 115 C33 C37 143 Smxitnci. Hmm ..... y0lllIy.l'f0'ZUIl, O. Youngstown Club CLAIM-:xcic A. 1'IAR'1" .... Port Huron Theta Xi: Michigamuaq 'l'au Beta Pig VVcb and Flange: Trianglcsg Circulation Manager Michi- gan Technic 135: Business Manager 149' Man- aging liclitor Black Fly 1395 Student Council 147: lingineering Honor Committee 145 W vii' T -': 1. SL. 1 I9 Engineering Seniors XX'ix1.r..wnc H. Il,uevl-:Y ...... Adrian Clmirmau A. l. li- li. llrancll I'IowA1ur ll. I-TASKINS ...... Dvlrnil 'Vrianglesg Class llzlskctball ill CD 135: Man- ager C31 Q Anour. Hixssiw . ..b'lll'l'!l.1', l'vr.via DoNM.n M. l'lA'l'CIl. . . . Nruzvlzall Gu.mcu'r F. Hixlvlil-1 . . !l'u.vl1ingt0u, D. C. Cabinet Club: Mandolin Club 143 FRANCIS. G. H1-:ALY . .1Y0l'flIfllIlf710ll, Maxx. Quartcrdcck: Class Football CSD GARDNER E. 1'IliA'l'H . ..... ll-ubbull Round-Up: Mandolin Club: Chairmzm Cap and Gown Committee 1-U Glsoums W. Hmm. . . .- Dviroil Om' llnmlrrd Thirty-thru One Hundred Thifty-four Engineering Seniors TOM ll. lflil'1l'l'lCARll ,.... Jllvndau, O. Round-Up , JOHN D. l.llBBAlill .... lilaxxzmmr, Ill. Sigma Phi: Griflins: Toasttnastcrsg Mimesi Vul- cansg Assistant Cltairinan Michigan Union Opera C335 Soph Prom Committee C251 J-Hop Com- :nittcc C311 f'll!lll'lI12lll Social Committee C45 , JAMES R. HlI.I. ..... Norilt lzaxl, Pa, Sigma Alpha lipsilong Tau Beta Pig Web and Flange 1'Atn. HoI.1,ANn. . . . .ll"tmrIzfillt- JAMES A. l'llIt3llIiS . . .... Dvlrui! Phmnix Club: Manager Cla:-as llockey Team CID: Class Football C31 ' NIILO VV. Hvm-1 . . . ,Ynzcfft liuud, O. NORMAN .l-I. Ilss1iN .... Clnvago, Ill. Delta Kappa Epsilong Vll1lCl1lg2lll1llHQ foastmaa- ters: Owls: Triangles: Gargoyle C23 C31 C453 Business Manager Gargoyle C4D: Union Stu- dent Affairs Committee C4Jg Class Football Manager C3Jg Engineering Honor Committee C3 FRANK JAGonztNs1cr. .Milwaukzvrg Wis. Cosmopolitan Clubg President Polonia Literary Circleg Treasurer A. S. M. li. Branch C42 18, Ii- C J f ., . .ggi A We 1 w 'V' i i Sw., fx N in , Q' . io x W ' l Engineering Seniors XVILLIAM H. JENSEN . . .Ann Arbor W. GORDON JOHNSTON ...... Detroit Theta Xi: Gargoyle C23 C353 Class Basketball C13 C255 Manager C25 i'iiICRIllER'I' KIQIIIANZ . . New York, N. Y. l.,xxvluiNCli V. ICICRIKICR .... StIlld1l.Vh'j', O. Bela Theta Pi: Sandusky Club JOHN J. 1iiLiXli'iR ....... illoxr. Michigan Technic C23 C31 C453 Sales Manager C33 C45 ROIEICIVI' A. iilhl n1cuI.lcY . . .Clc'wlo11d, O. Alpha Tau Omcgag NVcb and Flangcg Union lluusc Connniltce OSCARC. IQLAGICR . . . . .Ann Arbor l Varsity Band C453 Deutscher Verein JULIUS ICLEIN .... Nvwork, N. J. Phi Sigma Delta O uv I-I :mllrcll Tllirly-hw: 4 f- A i lg 'gi , v A 1 . O nr llunrlrcd Th iffy-six Engineering Seniors ,losi-:i-ii K. Kxoi-:lem-2 . . IIf'v.vl l'laiu.v, Illo. 'Flu-ta Xi H. AN'roN KNOWLSON. . . . . Ann Arbor Sigma Phigr Vnlcans: Chairman Union Member- ship Committee C455 Class Treasurer Q21 C335 Baseball Manager CID: Class llnckcy flj C21 C33 FRANK I. C. Koimcic .... lfrzfm' Rouge Vulcans: Engineering llunor Committee 12D Q31 C453 Chairman llonnr C'0mmittce C41 GEORGE F. Kli0NlliXKTll . . . .Monroe VVING C. KNVONG. . .C.'aul0u, China IXLI-'REID VV. LAIRD ..... Ann Arbor Alpha Chi Sigma LAWRIENCE W. LAMB ..... Frvnwvillc Michigan Technic ill 12D CD RAYMOND M. l.ANf:i.icv . WU.fl1fi1l!lfflll, D. C. Sigma Alpha lipsilong Griflinsg Vulcansg Tri- anglesg Varsity Track C23-C431 Interscholasmc Track Manager C47 'ii wk .. all . 'S' 9 ,A if r 'fi . ' . Q5.-w4.n 'l1,I...,i.u.. Engineering Seniors VVILLIAM C. LEMON . . Cormzua JAY LENICK. . . . . . . Saginaw Saginaw Club XfVAL'l'12R T. l.ll.l.ICY .... California, Pa. Round-Up PETICR LEONG l.1M ...... . Dvfroi! Chinese Students Club . . . Crm'11f'illv Hlcimnrrl' VV. LINCOLN . ALAN V. L1viNGs'roN . liliglr-wood, N. J. Trigon: Tau Beta Pi: Michigamuag Trianglcsg General Chairman Michigan Union Opera C433 Mimesg Student Council 00 ALLAN M. MCCONNlil.l.. .lfucln'.vtvr, N. Y. CAlu.'roN D. lVlCliliNZlE. .... Quincy Round-Up: Craftsmen . ra-. .,., . -1 ., , 'W f A J One Ilumirrrl 7'liirIy-.rcmm ad Q ,b G ' fri A' I Ona' I-luftdrcrl Tllirly-ciyltl I9 Engineering Seniors Mtxxwtcm. A. IVICKICNZIIC. II"al!iuyfm'z1, Cllllll. Wah and Flaugeg Student Council C453 Round-up Rfnuxxn H. Ni.XRliliR .... Tulvrln, O. Lanlbtla Chi Alpha lrlfomlau R. Ivltuesux . . . illz11'ry,.V. V. F. Ciuu. lwlrxvllztz ..... Cltrwland, O. Quartercleclc X'VAl.'l'lili A. lVLxYN,utn . . I'fillg.Yf0lI Romitrt' M. NIICIHIAN .... Baillu Crack Triangles: Varsity Track 1215 Cruss Country Club C35 Enom: W. MiaImN1.m. . . Ricltmond, Ind. Kappa Sigma Euutuzu F. Mxarz. : . . l311j"uI0,N. Y. Phyloug Scalp and Blade 71 l ! ---N,- '- f 'X- X sq., It a I v , 'x X K xx X . My xx I V I9 -many , if . ' L" ,U -V X '. , I- 9 1 .C-Q Us U ij, . 'Q . . I I HN i. rv I.. , .---,,' qi? I ' x. E1lg1IlCCI'111g SCHIOTS LOYAI. R. .AIlI.l!lVRN ...... IJ.-lf-nu Vice-Clmairman A. I. li. li. Branch LIARRY E. NION'I'liLlUS . . . Ci1'rlf":'illr, O. Acacia: Vulcans: C'1'aftsman Cluhg Advertising Manager Michigan Tuclxniu Q23 IJw1m:ll'r G. lvloolufnsan .... Clvfwlrrwzrl, U. ll XAYMQND A. MUNICIJ ..... flnn Az-lun' Class Football C231 Flass Ilaschall C23 Iimvmm M. Mum-nv Quarterrlcck: Varsity Class Foulhall C23 CARL F. MliX'I-IIIS . J. ERNES1' N.fxEr:lcr.v. A1A'l"l'llliXV E. N1XRll'.N .c4lt"Zll'lIllIfI, O. nball Rcscrvcs C333 . I'Il'l'kiHll'l', N. Y. Port Allvgally, Pa. Calumet Our Ilumirmi Thirty-nine One Hmulrcd Forty Engineering Seniors HAIQOLI1 F. NEWCOMER. Cliarlatte 'CECIL A. Nou'roN ......, Flint Tucker l-lall Club LAVERNE OIQSEN ...... Mrmistcc L. STANISLAWS OliZliCl-IOWSlil. . . . . . . . . Var.vaw,l'ula11d, Illoginica CHARLES Y. OSBURN .... Sezviclcluy, Pa. Theta Delta Chi VVARREN W. O'l'lS . . Kcudallfuille, Ind. Alchemists: Phi Lambda Upsilon SAMUEL T. PAGE ...... Ann Arbor Lambda Chi Alpha ANTHONY C. PANFIL . . .Ann Arbor Engineering Seniors Mums V. T'ARs11AI.I.. . . . .ClIl'.Y4IlIl1lg Theta Xi Emu. C. PAYNIC .... Drxv Moines, Ia. Lamhcla Chi Alpha PIi'l"l'liR G. PliT'l'ERSON .... Big Rapidx Quartcrdcckg Craftsman Club W,u.i..lxc1a j'. P1c:Go'r'r .... Clweland, O. Alpha Sigma Phi: 'Frianglesg Class Baseball Mzmagcr C313 All-Fresh Baseball QU Hugo W. PLATH ..... . Detroit Totem Cluh HARRY T. PORTER .... Connvaut, O. Tlletn Xi: U. of B14 Rillc Club C31 S'1'I2l'II1iN G. PRATT . . . Grand Rapids Phi Delta Theta EARL E. RAYMOND. . . . . Saginaw Round-Upg Saginaw Club: Associate Editor Michiganensian 4423 Student Council 00: Chairman Reception Committccg Varsity Band 433 C45 .1 , 0 no Hundred Forty-une l l Om' Ilnndrnl Forty-two Engineering Seniors HOXVAIIIJ XV. REINUEL ...... Dclroit Secretary lfngineering Society C43 H:tI2OLD F. ROBINSON ...... livlroil Sigma Nu: Quartcrdeck JACOB N. ROSIENTHAL . . Los Azlgvlvs, Cal. Craftsmen Cain. H. Rncn ...... Tolvdn, O. C,xuL'roN R. SABIN . . .Sault Str. Illfiriv Sigma Chi: Vulcansg Web and Flangeg Upper Peninsula Club: President linginccrnig busi- vn' C43 ELMER C. SCHACHT .... Sandusky, 0. Kappa Sigma: Pi Delta Epsilon: Michigamua: Web and Flangeg Triangles: Michiganensian Q23 C333 Managing Editor C43 Student Coun- cil C33 C435 Assistant Intcrscolastic Manager C331 I-Hop Committee C33 Emvmm M. Sci-IAFFTER. . . . .Detroit Phoenix Club: Tau Beta Pig Web and Flangeg Class Vice-President C433 Secretary Engineer- ing Honor Committee C43 JACK L. SCHNITZ . . , Benton Harbor -' 15. w Engineering Seniors lIiauMAN A. Szzrauna .... . . Toledo, O. Quarterclcck: l'raflsmcn Club Janus ll. Slmlufls . . . . Sault Ste. Marin Sigma Chi: 'l'au lleta l'ig Miclxigamuag Triangles: Upper Peninsula Clulmg Varsity Football Squadg 129 C35 XVARD R, Slclcufle . . . . . Por! Iflnrnn Alpha Tau Omega: 'I'an llcta Pi: Vulcans: W'v:b and Flange: Michigan Union llnnsi: l'0nnnittcc 'Vnmms C. Simi-sox .... Port lim-on G1-:a,u.n J, S'1'aNlc1i .... , Saginaw Saginaw l'lnh Cvan. ll. S'l'alnnNc: . . . . IfUl'lll'.YfC'I' NNE-lm and Flange lflaaomv M. S'I'lil'lIlCN. . .... l7vtroit Delta Tau Di-lla: Uraturical Delegate C43 PMON C. STEI'llliN . . . .S'j'l'tll'Il.YL'. N. Y. 'l'l1cta Delta Vhi: 'l'an llvta l'i: Round-Up O ue H n mirrd Forty-thrre J.L.'i,.'. ' " V 4 Om' llnudrud Forty-four Engineering Seniors CilAieI.lcs O, S'rli'r1.Elz . . . . larkson Lzmilyrla. Chi Alplm W1l.I.mM G. S'rUE1fER . . West Point, Ncb. . . .... xl l'1llUd!I Cldxlelsxulc H. STUAIP 3 K'hairman Picture Commit- 'l'l1L-Ia Xi: Alchcinislr. Ice Q45 . . . . .Fowler KIARIAN I.. STURGIS Rmfmcr, P. Sumuzz . Sun Juan, Porio Rico Cmluc Sw,umf1czU15R ..... glam .-'lrbor Qu:u'tei'dcck Liao 'l'A'r'r1ciesALI. ..... Henderson Hass Treasurer C-U5 Class Ifuotbnll C15 C23 C33 ilxxiw 'l'AvI.0R . . . . Srwammh, Ga. Qiiawtcrdcck Engineering Seniors lfmslmaaiclc J. THIEME, IR. . .Fort Wayne, Ind. Psi Upsilong Alchemistsg Vulcansg Triangles NORMAN T. THURSTON .... Toledo, O. Theta Xig Class Football C25 CORNELIUS VAN EENENAAM .... Zeeland Knickerbocker Club PAUL A. V1c1:r:Rs .... Kansas City, Mo. Trigong Tau Beta Pi: Web and Flangeg Chair- man. Senior Promenade Committee C4 J VERNON D. WAITE . . .ffIL1IJ6l'f01l, N. Y. FORREST E. VVEBER . . . . . . Detroit Craftsmen Club MILTON J. WEED . . . Fennville ADOLPH F. XIVENDLER .... Mt. Clemens Knickerbocker Club: Mt. Clemens Club One Hundred Forty-five . nuff. In i SJW ti fl . t One lllmzlfrfl i'AllI'l1'-J!! i 8 Engineering Seniors RICIIARII I". VV1as1cE. . .Nrw Loudon, Calm. Lamhcla Chi Alpha: Michigamua: 'Frianglesg Var- sity Football Team Q23 C35 143: Class Football Q11 1JuNixl,n C. WEST . . . . limpnria, IX'lIII.Y. lleta 'lhuta Pi: 'Fan llcta P1 llowmuw Wi1.r,Alm-JONES . .Part Clinton, O. Phi Sigma Kappa: Ohio Cluhg Soccer Team C255 Varsity Cllcc Club C41 lJo1m'i'iiY Wnonmmv . . . . .Ann ,flrlmr 'l"Squarc Rit'u.ixlm M. XIVOODWARII. . Ilifl'llbI1I'fj, Illnxx. Phi Gamma Delta: XVclr and Flange Cl..XltliNi'li XV. XVRTGHT . ..-' I 1111 Arbor . .Ann .flrbor NORMAN S. Y0s'r. . VVING 'l'. YOUNG . . . . .Cuntou, China fhinesc Students' Club: Cosmopolitan Club: Class Relay Team C33 1 2 The Film of the 1918 Engineering Class lieing a special four-reel Michiganensian booking, produced at tremendous cost task Dad--he knowsj, and at the expense of four year's time, depicting the ups and downs of the l'Q?lS Engineering class. REEL ONE h The first scene shows us meekly sitting in the outer office of Kaiser Bill l3utt's of- fice, contracting our puffed chests, and wondering whether a prep-school diploma was Wm-th anything, Then after our little consultation with the Assistant Dean, the picture 1'apidly changes and we find ourselves writing our name and address fifteen or twenty times on a long card, after which we are compelled to stand for several hours in the long line at Treasurer Campbell's window. The film shows us being periodically an- noyed with brief lectures on the relative merits of the Miclrigzm Da'il.v, the New York 511171 and the Detroit News, which we were finally able to silence after handing over the two-fifty, only to be met by other well trained solicitors who dwelled upon the benefits of the lVlichigan Union, the lingineering Society, and the Michigan Technic, etc., etc. Our verdancy cropped out on all sides and we felt very strange in the new place where we were forced to take the back seats. The real show began when we elected as main characters, Harry Dake, presidentg li. T. Craig, vice-president, Dorothy 1-lall, secretaryg and C. C. Smith, treasurer. They acted their part well, and whereas the only dance we had that year was a failure Qprob- ably because we were not yet well enough acquainted with the fairer onesj, our first smoker in january and the pow-wow in May, were a tremendous success. The class dinner was well attended also, and we heard the only public performance of the class orchestra, directed by Hoyne Howe. Then the film shows us earnestly listening to the learned heads of the various de- partments of the lingineering College at every assembly, each one trying to ensnare us into his own department with lurid descriptions of the big engineering feats accom- plished only by engineers who chose that particular line. Wfe enjoyed this part im- mensely, and sat up and took special notice on the several occasions when Dean Cooley spoke. XfVe do not particularly like that part of the reel which shows us losing the fall con- tests to the 1917's, but feel that it is offset to a great extent by our victory in the spring. In interclass athletics we made a good showing. The first reel wound up with that memorable Cap Night when it rained like h--- oh! how it rained. REEL TLVO After a short intermission, during which a few decided that there were better shows for them elsewhere, we hnd ourselves confronted with the proposition of selecting a new set of principal characters. This time we chose Wfaldo M. McKee, president, gl. B. Brill, vice-presidentg Dorothy Hall, Secretaryg and H. A. Knowlson, treasurer. There was lots of action in the picture this year. By an eighty-eight per-cent ma- jority, the class accepted the honor system. Nothing has done the Engineering College more good than the inauguration of the Honor System and it had our hearty approval ever since its adoption. Then we see in rapid succession the success of the "VVheel and Axle Rall," the sec- ond class smoker and the pow'-wow up the river. VVe also made up our fall game de- feat of the previous year by vanquishing the freshmen, but this was neutralized by the fresh come-back in the spring, so we stood fifty-fifty on all the class contests. In ath- Ouf- llrrmliwl Ifa1'ty-rcrcl ENGINEERING SENIORS nu. ., 'UW ,.,.w 1, nw----.-., -wr 1 Our lluudrnl l"urIycigl1l letics we- were pretty good too, but the unsettled condition of European affairs was al- ready reacting with that. The year wound up with us doing all the hard work on the Engineering Exhibit and the plot says here that we will get our turn to manage it during our senior year- but the plot changed. REEL THREE It was not long before the faculty had wound up another lilm, and we settled down to watch the show with S. S. Attwood, J. H. Sharpe, Dorothy Hall and H. A. Knowl- son taking the leading parts. In the lirst part of the year, inasmuch as "discriminating people appreciate exclusiveness" Cas the secretary so aptly put itj, we decided to adopt the corduroy trousers, following a similar action on the part of the seniors. After the Campus recovered from the lirst shock, we were able to demonstrate their economic, moral and social benefits. Then the film llashes to the best J-Hop ever given, of which XfValdo McKee was gen- eral chairman. jack Hibbard also did some very creditable work on the decorations. Then came that eventful April 6, 1917, when the United States entered the world struggle, and chaos reigned. Athletics were suspended, as welll as many other activities, and military training began in earnest. E. E. 2 was reorganized Qwhat pleasant news that waslj, and other courses formed with the purpose of increasing our value to the country when we graduated. Many, feeling the strong need for engineers in the army, left at once. So the third reel ends, leaving us all in an unsettled state of mind, not know- ing whether we would see each other in the fall or not. The whole country was going through an extremely restless period. REEL FOUR The last reel opens up with only about two-thirds of the class present. The draft had taken many, and some hesitated to enter because they expected to enter the service soon. Most of us were class 1-A and there seemed little possibility at Hrst of all receiv- ing the coveted sheepskin. Later, the Enlisted Engineer's Reserve Corps was formed and there was much less anxiety. Football was resumed and the film features such stars as A. B. NfVeston, Harold Rye, R. F. VVeske, Louis Crane, -I. H. Sharpe and Fred Hendershot. Military Training was added as a regular course, and the seniors were almost unan- imous in electing it. In the Liberty Loan drive, the class also made a splendid record. S. S. Attwood and H. B. Haskins worked hard on the Liberty Loan Campaign. Then we see the Michigan Union Opera, "Let's Go," and we wonder how it could have been produced at all without such men as A. V. Livingston, general chairman, W. S. Dinwiddie, master of properties and H. VV. Collins as Electrician. In the Thrift Stamp campaign, we see J. D. Hibbard starring, while in other activ- ities we have E. C. Schacht, managing editor of the MICIIIGANIZNSIAN, and R. H. Erley, associate editor of the Michigan Technic. VVe miss E. P. Hardell and R. M. Meehan on the track for they are now in the Serv- ice, but see E. G. Dudley and R. M. Langley doing some excellent work along this line. So now the show is over, and when we think of the friendships we have made, and the associations we will soon have to leave, we feel that the Grand Operator has run the film through a little too fast, but we are able to console ourselves with the thought that some day we will be able to return and renew the old times, spending every effort in the meantime "For America and Liberty." R. H. E. Om: Huudrrd Forly-nine ,Who's Who Above the Engineering Arch T has often been said that the t1'ue value of our college education does not consist of wl1at we might learn from text books, but in the knowledge gained from the companionship and contact with our Iellow students. Moreover, when in the future we look over these four years, per- haps live, spent in college we will not think anout the time spent with books, now and then, but in- stead of friend roomie and his eccentricities and of our classmates and their habits. The human phase of our college life will always be tl1e most interesting. liver since that first freshman assembly 'four yea1's ago, when Dean Cooley addressed us as engineers, we have been becoming acquainted with one another. Now as we are p1'epa1'ing to leave Ann Arbor behind to go away, who knows where, some of us probably "Over There," some to for- eign lands, some to diffc1'ent parts of our own country "to accept positions" as it were, some back home to get the sweetest girl inthe world, we will take with ns memories and recollections of the 1918 Engineers which we will never forget. NVe all know each other, that is what the Engineering Society 1'OOl'l15 are for,-to get acquainted. Smokers now and then, assemblies, and finally the balmy days of spring when we populated the senior benches to smoke and talk, all helped to bring out that chummy spirit and above all to bring us to know each other. So when the special class election day came around, everybody was just aching for a chance to cast a vote for that man, who to his mind was the "biggest fusser," "thc handsomest man," or even let out state secrets as to who would be "the first man married." Before the polls had been open very long the voters began ,to get the spirit of the occasion and no more spirited elections was ever held since the days of 1776, when such affairs lirst became a yearly affliction with ns. Although many scandalous offers of gold by some bashful nominees who simply could not stand the publicity, often sorely tempted the officials in charge of the balloting, the election was held without even so much as a malted milk bribe being accepted, Now the t1'utl1 must come out, and here is the result of the voting: I There was some question as to which cou1'se in the Engineering lJepartment was the most bene- ticial course. Some thought that the palm ought to go to E. li. 2, so endeared to tl1e hearts of those lucky enough to get by the first time. But when some one of the elect1'ical department explained the time of meeting, place, purpose, and general benefit derived from that VCl'y enlightening course called li. 27, given llllfltfl' tutelage of Prof. ,foe Parker himself, all favoritism for any other course vanished, and lf. E, Z7 was unanimousely chosen as the last word in Engineering courses at Michigan. It might also be stated here that since tl1e election the class has grown considerably, due to tl1e enrollment of some students from the mechanical, civil, marine, and chemical departments. These men, while not stars in li. li. 2, did come to li. E. 27 with a real reputation.and,l were Tau Beta pi Clcctions based upon pc,-fo,-mance at 1055 long desk, could have made it easily, hands down. M E 6 Wm, gut as the biggest snap course and when it came to electing the most enjoyable course, it was decided that one could not spend an hour in a more enjoyable manner than by attend- ing Geology lli. For the information of the ignorant public, who for a long time wondered where the Michigan Daily secured all of its official war l'CDOl'tS1 WC Wm 52153 H5 0110 Who k110WS. that Saul bulletins were given out by none other than the instructor in Geology IE and Modern VVarfare'. So there. VVe hope that the publcation of this secret will not hurt our Daily very much, but we simply had to tell the truth. XrVith the question of studies disposed of, the e . eeen Steve Attwood and Phil Carroll, our class lection of the most popular man in the class was next in order. The choice of the class lay betw president, with little choice between the tw and just recently out of office, he was still the uppermost in the minds of the boys, and the count- a minute or so ahead of the boy from down south. . ' . . " 1d without further ado "Little Ev-1 . . . . ' but Buchman got the grapes. Eva sure had been here among ns long enough to be a college widow, o. .As Steve had been our president in our junior year ing of the ballots showed him about Ol' min-sc the most popular girl had to be elected too, ai One llnuilrvd Fifty NGI NICICRI NG SEN IORS 1- llnmlrrd lfiftyvn nevertheless retained all her popularity throughout l1er sojourn in Ann Arbor. At one time "Little Eva" had an offer to teach billiards 32, and 34 at Martha Cook and Newberry, but Eva couldn't leave Huston's in tl1e lurch like that, so she did not accept the tempting offer. Is it any wonder that such a conscientious little body should be the most popular girl? It was a trifle hard to get the boys to label a fellow as the handsomest man, but after a few minutes' discussion, Al Livingston, the Zieglield of the 1918 Michigan Opera "Follies" was chosen from among such selects as Lou Crane, Dick Weske, and Fritzie Thieme, Dick still claims that he should have been elected. Now this man Livingston was there himself on knowing what was hand- some, witness the opera chorus. Let's Go Qon with the electionj. Norm Ibsen was by far the prettiest girl and much fussed too. But Norm left town right after the election and since then some have expressed the opinion that they doubted whether Norm will still be such a pretty girl after a few years of scrubbing decks in the Navy. We'll see. When it came time to elect the best student, the election for a few minutes took a serious trend and "Slim" Dinwiddie was officially recognized as the shark of the class. Mike Galarza, the Mexican wonder, trailed "Slim" quite a ways. ' Next, the class was to elect tl1e most successful bluffer and among the nominees were Dick Woodward, "Brock" Breckenridge, and Ward Sickler. After considerable blufling on the part of the nominees to convince the class that they were not blulfers, all but Ward B. had us stopped and gasping for breath with their wonderful logic. But we were all onto you this time, Ward, and you couldn't fool ns. Jocko, pass the medal to Ward. "Lefax" Sabin was easily the biggest grind, in fact the man of "Lefax" loose-leaf fame was always boning. If you doubt this, ask "Bud" Knowlson, another grind who will verify it. "Bud" came in second. - Many shelves in our general library are occupied with volumes and volumes of books on di- plomacy and politics, but when it comes to a private library on those and kindred subjects, Count Schacht has a pocket edition which is in a class by itself. VVhy, tl1e last year of Count's college course consisted of four eight o'clocks per week. The 1'est of his time was taken up in curling that cute mustache of his' and convincing the profs that he did not have to come to class to learn anything. And he got away with it, too. Count is such a shrewd politician that we look for l1im to be President of our country when the women control Congress. Jimmie Sharpe enjoys the distinction of being the biggest fusser, in fact, he admits that the girls "go wild, simply wild over" Jimmie. Mac McKee and Count Schacht disputed Jimmie's claims, but Jimmie had the goods on them, and after proving to the satisfaction of all concerned that he had done more fussing than any other four men in school, Mac and Count passed out. On the day of the election Tom Heppeard was all dressed up and nobody seemed to k11ow what all the display was about. But the next ballot explained it. The election of the sporticst guy came along and Tom was acclaimed as the Beau Brummel of the class. At about this time during the election the voters became a trifle personal and nothing could stop them from trying to figure out who would be the first man married. "Wallie" Piggott and "Slim" Dinwiddie were the candidates, but "Slim" was disqualified because he had beaten the gun and got away from the boys in single bliss the summer before. So "VVallie" bashfully accepted the honor and the latest reports show him going strong. It is11't ve1'y often that an engineer class has a chance to figure out who would be tl1e first girl married. We happened to have a girl among us who so excellently performed the duties of class secretary for us during the entire four years of our course. Dorothy Hall had at one time stated to a member of the class that she was never going to marry, but the official count of the ballots did not agree with Dorothy's statement. So we are going to watch the society column for the announcement from now on. Such were the results of the Engineering class election of 1918, and whether there may be any difference of opinion or not as to their correctness, it served its purpose. In any event the results reflect to some extent the chumminess of the members of the class. It was all in fun anyway. G. A. C. Om' Ifluudrni Fifty-two Nlil NICICRI NG SICNIONS 4' llnmlrml Fifty-Hn w . . -. rn. Nb, - ' -lf' . s 1. 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"ffl" IX lzfaflli txt-ws' Fifi P14 'fs-'ff nv--'ffvls-is i'm'IVt" fs NVith its permanent steel shacks, water supply, sewage disposal plant, electric gen- erating equipment and other notable features, Camp Davis has in eight years developed into a miniature city. Upon the completion within the next few years of several other projects, the camp will be most ideally equipped to give the student in civil engineering the best possible instruction in Held surveying. Of the many friends of the senior civil engineer, those which were with him at Camp Davis will ever be remembered as the truest, sincerest and most dependable. Recollec- tions and dreams of those days will indeed be fond memories of the eight weeks when all rules of convention were forgotten, all feeling of reserve and restraint discarded to bet- ter enjoy the varied sports which the camp afforded. All was not fun however but the cares of the day were forgotten when all gathered around the camp fire at night to sing of the glories of Michigan. - Life in the 1917 camp was made particularly attractive by the presence of Captain Martin of the Canadian Army, who had seen nine months of service in the front line trenches where he became afllieted with a fever resulting from inhaling poisonous gases. In his lectures given several times each week he gave descriptions of soldier life in and out of the trenches, vivifying them with his own intensely interesting experiences. liv- ery one admired and respected the Captain for his splendid work and wonderful per- sonality. The camp was favored with visits from Dean Cooley, Professor J. B. Davis and Professor W. C. Hoad. W. R. G. Om' I-Iumirvrl Fifly-fuur Vmxvs OF Cum DAVIS O ue Il uudrcd I"ifIy-iw' Om' lflrmlrrd Fifty-six VIEWS OF CAMP DAVIS Vncws mf CAMP DAVIS O lu' fll1lI1iI'l'4i fffffj'-.FL'7.'L'1l 1' llnllflrwl lfiflhv-1'iylll ENGINEERING SENIORS ENGrNlclamNcs Slaxlmes 4' llumlrml lfifly-n , 2. " 4' 'Qi' QlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllll .1 . . llllllllllllllnitgiwif E 1145 t r C 'lf ' 11:'If5:it'.1?' 5-5-l.-.1l"i4f." Hit' -.: fuss, :i5ff:,52zf 1? - -W' :- sf-'AM' J, - "'f -' E C t 'C ' -41 C FC fg1f'Pg.iS?' 1 E- C ll li ' Y i ig. ff ifjifliffffg 'lfff'f-i"ff'jf'i'-f tl . pf f'A iaiiituniiaaitg5 l,u. VEQE The College of Architecture NSTRUCTION in architecture was first given at this University during two years ol' the late seventies. It was then discontinued until 1906, when, upon the request of the architects of Mich- igan, a department was organized, this as a matter of convenience of administration and space being assigned to a place in the Department of Engineering and Architecture, "Colleges" being sub- stituted for "lJepartments" shortly after by the Board of Regents. During the first year all the architectural instruction was given in one class room by one pro- fessor and one instructor on half time. The enrollment increased steadily from 16 in 1906 to 172 in 1915-16, when it ranked fourth among American arcllitectural schools, some of which had been established 35 years earlier. Meanwhile the teaching staff grew to three professors and two instruct- ors, while the architectural library developed from a "five-foot shelf" to one of 1800 volumesg many photographs, l0,000 lantern slides, original drawings by architects and plaster casts of decorative form, serving as additional illustrative material. The dual artistic and practical, constructive function of the architect has been constantly borne in mind and the work strengthened as opportunity permitted. The technical instruction, at first concentrated in the last three years of the courses, now ex- tends throughout four years. With an increased staff, specialized teaching was developed in archi- tectural design, building construction, architectural history, drawing and painting to a highly effect- ive degree. ' The elementary courses in design, architectural, constructive and decorative, and those in draw- ing and painting are now freely elected by students from other colleges of the University. There are three students' organizations, the Architectural Society, which has conducted some in- teresting exhibitions, and done other good work, Alpha Rho Chi, the professional architecture fra- ternity, and Tau Sigma Delta, a national honor fraternity similar in purpose to Tau Beta Pi, but limited to architecture students. The graduates and non-graduates have done well, some as architects, draftsmen and in other fields allied with building. The college has for many years been one of the approved schools of the American Institute of Architecture, and is a charter member of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture. Twelve or more states of the Union have passed laws regulating the prac- tice of architecture, as is done in the case of law and medicine, while the Federal Government has granted preferred classification to architectural students for the completion of their studies as was done for students of satisfactory standing in engineering, medicine and chemistry. Next to the schools of Law, the architectural schools have suffered most severely from the war. The set-back is, however, a temporary one, since immediately after the war there must be an overwhelming demand for trained architects. O ni' H It mired Sixty lfuolflcssolz Glcomsl-1 M. lVlC'CUNliliY To ll generous friencl, and gentleman, who has always lneen willing to lenml zu helping lulnrl, we, the Senior Class of the College of .'Xl'Cl'lllCCllll'C, clefliezlte our section of the 1918 M1cn1c:AN1sNs1AN. Our Ilumirmi Sllifj'-0711 ll 1918 Architectural Class Officers CARI. L. BAUMAN . lilmmm P. BAc1cs1'uom ARNOLD A. BIERICA . RAvMoNn G. Jnvsox GEORGE R. LONG '. 1"inam'u ' I.. W. VVORIIEN L. T. RAY J. A. Domuzx .fludiliny R. L. BAUER la. P. HM K s'r1um II. l3I.UM1usuu Sofia! J. J. liuclclnx W. 1. Dlxux Il. J. llrxmcm lli.vlnriun C. A. lhxsluc lrml .S'l,.l'fX"f7K'I COMMITTEES President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms Sczzior Sing F. G. Srrmuss R. G. JEPSON Cap and Gown A. Af. IWERICA G. H. Buluzows Izwilafiulzr R. KRUGER G. R. Lows Cam' H. I. IIAMER 0 Architectural Seniors EDWARD ,P. BACKSTROM .... Big Rapids Class Vice-President C455 Mandolin Club Q45 RALPH L. BAUER ..... Ti'a11er.re City Tau Sigma Delta: Class Secretary C35 CARI. L. BAUMANN. . . . . . St. Clair Class President C45 l'lERMAN Bnuixrlxauc. . . . . .Detroit Glaoncaia H. Buluiows .... Cleveland, O. Lambda Chi Alphag Class Treasurer C25 ANTON DOHMEN, JR. .... . Milwaukee, Wir. Lambda Chi Alpha Hmmm J. HAMER .... Los Angeles, Cal. Alpha Rho Chi: Round-Up Clubg Class Tennis Team C455 Manager Varsity Tennis Team 1455 President Architectural Society 145 One Ifmzdred Sixty-three Our: Hundred Sixty-four - . ' ' w f .- HH- ' -' www-.l'x.-.,'.. Architectural Seniors RAYMOND G. JEPSON . . .... Sturgis Class Treasurer C45 RUIIOLPH Kuumzn . .... Newark, N. J. Phi Sigma Delta: Varsity Soccer CU: Class Foot- ball UD: Class Track Team Q11 C213 Class Basket- ball Team CZJ Class Athletic Manager C21 C325 Associate Editor Michiganensian 14: Michigan Technic 145: Vice-President Architectural Society 147 Josizvu J. KUCERA ..... Oak Park, Ill. Beta Phi: Michiganensian C23 C31 C4Dgi'Gargoyle C235 Student Council 145 K' Gaokcslz R. LONG . . . .li . Detroit ARNOLU A. NIERICA . , . E .Kendcillvfillty Ind. LAivRr:Ncn T. RAY .... V Ann .Arbor Alpha Rho Chig Michigan Union Opera C23 ' f Lrovn W. WORDEN . . . . . . Lowell Class Basketball Team 125: Class Treasurer 131 History of the 1918 Architect Class Ambitious,-but woefully ignorant,-these were the characteristics of the fellows who presented themselves for enrollment in the fall of 1914. Very few of us knew what was in store. Architecture was but a hazy idea in the minds of most of us, but we soon set ourselves to the task, and, erelong, proved that we were not a bunch of slackers. A month or so after our enrollment, the student council decided that we ought to organize as a class, and P. C. Kelly was elected our first president. Immediately follow- ing our organization, we held a fresh smoker at the old Union building. VVas it a suc- cess? Most certainly! During the year, many of our classmates left us, for one reason or another, and we ended the year with about three-fourths of our original enrollment. About the last of May we tossed our red and yellow buttoned caps into the great bonfire in Sleepy Hollow, thus ending our freshman year. In the fall of 1915 we took a count of those who had weathered the cutting gale of the first year, and welcomed a number of newcomers. As sophomores, we found our- selves, and adjusted our courses with more or less intelligence. Somehow we felt that we were really going to become architects, for weren't we taking design and construc- tion? One of our pastimes during this year was trying to teach the frosh how to render. "Pod" Davis was our sophomore president. In the fall and spring games we did more than our share, Bauman bringing down one of the '19 Banners in the Hag rush. VVe will never forget the swell dance given by the Architectural Society. Oh, yes, the Engineering Exhibit was held in the spring of our second year. The best part of it was the Architectural Annex. The death of Prexy Angell cast a gloom over the spring of our second year at the University. Those of us who knew the "Grand Old Man" felt the loss deeply. Professor Rousseau, from the Beaux Arts School, in Paris, came, during our second semester, to guide and inspire us in Design of Architecture. During the basketball season the Architects captured second place in the all-campus championship. Our third year opened with "On" Stone as our leader. Things looked bright to us until war was declared. As a result many of our boys left to serve our country. Dur- ing the winter our basketball team was fortunate to collar third place in the all campus champs. The I-Hop proved to be a huge success. Our Senior year found but a few of the class of 1918 to carry on the good work. Early in the fall we elected Carl Bauman as our president. The class spirit, depressed but still loyal, lingers on in spite of our depleted ranks. Those of us not in active serv- ice, have enlisted in the Engineers' Reserve Corps, and expect to be called to the colors upon graduationf The words "Bye and bye we'll go out and meet them," have a new meaning now. Swing out and Commencement will soon be a thing of the past. For four years we have lived the life of the University in preparation for a larger and fuller life out there. , C. A. B. Om' Hundred Sixty-five xhql- LE.. 8 llillll' lllll 5 X Wil MW, ll A Y' X. 4 .452 Medical School Col-ox1zl. Vicrole CLARICNCI2 VAUGIIAN, M.C.N.A., MD., l,ll.D., LL.D., lilmx The School of Medicine and Surgery was brought into existence by the organization of a faculty by the University on May 15, 1850. The School formally opened the fol- lowing October with Abram Sager as president. The course consisted of lectures which extended over a period of six months, from the iirst of October to the last of March. l..aboratory instruction was furnished from the beginning, and this was one of the lirst medical schools tolsupply practical work in organic and physiological chemistry. The need of extension in laboratory instruction became apparent early, and in 1872 the labor- atory of Histology was produced. This was followed by one for Physiology in 188-l, Hygiene in 1888, and Clinical Medicine in 1891. Laboratory instruction has always been thorough. In the same year the University Hospital was opened, accommodating about eighty patients. In 1880 the course was lengthened to three years, in 1890 to four years. About 1890 a six year course leading to the degrees of A. ll. and M. D. was olliercd. This combined course has proven so satisfactory that it has been adopted by most universities of the lfnglish speaking countries. A valuable addition to the hospitals is the Psycho- pathic XVard which the legislature some time ago provided. ln this way the medical stu- dent is furnished first hand with an opportunity for the study of insanity and mental dis- orders., The present Medical Building was completed in 1903. It is a well designed and complete structure. The hospital now provides some four hundred and twenty-tive beds. 'A new and modernly equipped Internal ixiffticine and Clinical Microscopy Labora- tory accommodating sixty students, and supplemented by six or seven private laboratories and research rooms, has just been completed. The Out-patient department has been en- larged to accommodate the growing demand for out-patient service, and a new twenty- five bed Dermatology Annex is in the process of construction.- 1 Due to the recent increase in clinical facilities, the students are kept supplied with even more clinical materials than can be utilized for teachiii purposes. One Ilimdrcd Sixty-six Cir,uu.1':s W. lzmivxns, A-X.l!., MJD. I7l'0fL'.N',N'01' of 7'f1v1'41fn'11Iif'.s' mm' flflrziwiaz fl7v:1'i4'u, fum' .S't'r1'i'lf11',x' of lln' .llt'r1'fcal School A gentleman nl' striking personality, stern and exacting' when need he, yet withal just and iinpartial. Teaching a course which in itself is as dry as the Sands of the Sa- hara, he converts it into one of the most interesting and instructive in the Medical school curriculuin. To a respected and sincere friend of the deserving student, the Senior Medical Class take pleasure in dedicating this section. Om' llnmirml S'i.rty-.w'1'r'11 . 1918 Medical Class Ofiicers Ronmrr W. WATSON . RUTH C. WANSTRUM . JOHN T. CONNELL . JOSEPH R. DARNALL . . . President . Vice-Prcsidcut . Secretary . . Treasurer l WEARERS OF THE 19M18 D. K. BACON, F.B. GT J. BUSMAN, B.B. J. R. DARNALL, B.B., T. W. J. GREENFIELD, B.B. G. R. HERRMANN, F.B. C. C. I-Irma, B.B., F.B. C. H. MARSHALL, B.B. A. B. NORTON, B.B., F.B. H. J. PRALL, F.B. J. H. SMITH, B.B., F.B. E. F. TRAUB, W. R. W. WATSON, B.B., W. 5 J 4 J ,,.'..,f,.-M.-.1-mwwummm-.,f.n -T Y ,.-urf.:.--hw.-a..m.xu..,:..w..w ' 'J 'wx wr "'1"'Rf'UwMv1xYfMnn-flakm One Hundred Sixty-eight Honor JANE D. STEVENSON A. H. WA11' G. GRIEVE L. A. HOAG R. I. HALL Picture L. S. WELBOURN H. A. JUDSON J. P. SHEARER A MEL1A Woon Social I'-I. G, T.UNIXFREN T. L. TOLAN E. F. TRAUB C. H. MARSHALL Imitation A. W. ERICKSON I-l. D. DIETERLE G. G. BUSMAN I. R. STEIN C. K. HASLEY Senior Reception B. FEr.Lows C. E. ANDERSON 1918 Medical Class Committees C. W. BRAINARD I. H. SMITH Class Day A. B. NORTON R. M. GEEENTHAL M. R. BURNELL V. A. VAN VOLKENBURGI-I Cap and Gown E. R. SMITH F. M. ALLEN R. I. FRACKELTON LAURA A. BUCK Auditing D. M. BACON C. REYNOLDS L. C. Tonn HELEN GAGE C. F. TANG Banquet G. R. I-IERRMANN M. D. HAAG E. C. BAUMGARTEN P. H. PIPER G. P. WILLATT Promenade W. K. M CCANDLISS C. HARVEY J. H. STANTON M. S. HUR'l'H Memorial H. J. PRALL R. E. BROWNE C. C. HYDE W. J. GRE!-INFIELD H. B. SPAULDING Finanee R. M. KEMPTON W. Rx. McK1NNoN M. N. VVILKINSON J. ALUM Sing T. S. BAlzNE'r'r T. H. ROBERTSON P. HEATH P. W. BEAVEN Cane J. F. Foss D. M. MORRILL W. P. STOWE I. RODRIGUEZ One Hundred Sxxtx nme E 1918 Medical Class History Name .' War- M edics. Age: Full-term. .flda're.v.r ftemporaryj: Ann Arbor. Swv: Mixed fbut not to excessj. h Occzifvaifovr' Varied, but chiefly along lines of scholastic endeavor and search for igher intellectual enli htenment. Date: 1918. g Nationality: Pro-Ally. flffzzritaf I-li.vz'01'y.' R. li. Brown, "Max" liurnell, "Bert" l"ellows," "Judge" Lirieve, "Frack" Frackelton, "Gus" Haag, Clyde Reynolds, "Shorty" I-loag, "Kemp" Kempton, and "Harry" Prall. Otherwise negative as far as can be determined. Pa.rtHf.vf01'y.' Our first two yea1's in the Lit. College were spent in normal labor. Upon entering the Medical School, however, we found many environmental obstacles to overcome. For instance, it was difficult for us to become accustomed to the aromas of the third floor incense chambers which would follow us home at night, and stick by us through thick and thin. It was in those old days that some illustrious member of our class told Dr. McCotter that the nerve supply of the toes was fro,n the pampiniform plexus! Those were the days of real manual labor,-days when fresh air was a luxury. But we were eager and willing, and thirsting for knowledge, anl did not complain. The least said, the more pleasant the memories of our lst year grind. XVe can still see "Cam" Harvey, at the bidding of some sophisticated Senior, rush- ing down to Quarry's for a dozen round ligaments and a set of liallopian tubes. Christmas Carroll Hyde fwho prefers the simple professional title of "Doc"j was our first president. Led by "Tom" Tolan, our second president, we plunged into our second year and suffered two acute exacerbations of chronic Pathology, one each semester Cand some of us suffered morej.- "My, My, My, what a rotten class,-no originality! Not a sin- gle idea! just like a bunch of playful puppies,-and just as intelligent!" Dear old "Al," -so unsophisticated, so high-minded, so gentle and modest. lt was this kind old gentle- manfs easy-going, good-natured sense of humor that led him to brand us a good-looking bunch of young boys, with thin legs, flat chests, and nothing above our ears but hair and dandruff. About this time Dr. Novy made himself popular with the Homeopathic department by removing the barnacles that had been clinging to us for two years. It was a long, hard winter, but we waded through Protein Split Products, Sewage Disposal, etc., until one fine morning Dr. Lombard shuffled into his gambling den ar- rayed in his gray Norfolk uniform,-and we knew that spring had come. Dr. Dar- ling's spring lectures materially broadened our conception of Regional Anatomy, and life would have been worth living but for the the fact that our eminent pathologist grimly demonstrated that he could still cut sections. Our third year was a very satisfactory one in some respects. VVe had plenty of work to do between exams, and plenty of exams. Unfortunately, we had to conform to the arbitrary standard of a short 24-hour dav, and as this was entirely alloted to quizzes, lectures, demonstration sections, and study, we had very little time for such luxuries as food and sleep. , "Judge" Grieve was Class president this year, and although a married man, 'he made a very good executive. The first semester passed very smoothly, and with the exception of red marks added here and there to our office records, we were well satisfied. Our All-Medic football team, with "Abc" Norton in the line and "plunging Doc" Hyde in the backfield, demonstrated that even without the time or facilities for prelim- inary practice, eleven real football men could not be beaten. Coached by "Bob" Watson, our team easily walked into the championship series and won the Campus Championship 0 rw flu utlrvtl .S'uve111y Mxamcm. Sx2N1ous 5 rr llumln-fl .N'rc'mlty-oru' by defeating the Senior Engineers Z7 to 7, with the thermometer registering below zero, and two inches of snow on the ground. The whole Medical Department took an after- noon off, fell in behind our 20-piece All-Medic Band, and marched down to Ferry Field to cheer our heroes on to victory. Then with the approach of spring came the appeal for military training, and on April 3rd, Michigan students voted 4 to 1 in favor of compulsory training. That night our All-Medic Band, organized on the spur of the moment, led an impromptu, never-to- be-forgotten parade of three thousand enthusiastic Michigan students through the streets of Ann Arbor. The hastily constructed banner, bearing the legend, "Michigan for Amer- ica," typified the spirit of every loyal Michigan man, not only on that night, but for all time to come. The next day, following Dr. Vaughan's suggestion, we organized a voluntary class company, for the purposes of military drill and instruction. Officers were elected by the class as follows, and later approved by Major Castle, our first Commandant of Cadets: Captain, "Joe" Darnallg lst Lieutenant, "Harry" Spauldingg 2nd Lieutenant, Parker Heath. Drill continued for the rest of the year. It was more or less of a recreation, as it gave us at least three hours a week out of doors which had before been devoted to class work. "Baumy" Baumgarten was chosen to represent the class on the Student Council, and his sedate, authoritative, business-like methods no doubt went a great way towards re- forming that organization. Our last lap has started with a wartime rush. "Bob" Watson has been chosen to lead us on our final spurt, and we hope he will prove himself as good a president as he was Varsity line coach. Even Warthin will admit that he is a hard man to down. This, our Senior year is perhaps the most interesting of all. Those of us who took our Medicine section during the summer before our Senior year will always remember the occasion when Dr. Gilbert explained carefully that sialodochitis, or inflammation of the salivary ducts could be relieved by massaging. With twelve hours per week added to our Senior schedule,-with the heads of all the clinical departments in the Army,-with more than twenty-five clinical faculty mem- bers in the Military Service, and more going, we think we are working harder than any Senior Class worked before. Most of us have already enlisted in the Medical Section of the Enlisted Reserve Corps. Perhaps that is why we are working harder. Present Trouble: Restlessness. Diagnosis: An occupational condition, the result of numerical atrophy with a quali- tative compensatory hypertrophy, associated with an apprehension that the atrophy may continue and the hypertrophy undergo retrograde changes. Prognosis: Bad with regard to hyperplasia. Good with regard to hypertrophy. Treatment: We feel that we have received the best that any University can offer 3- that the co-operation of faculty and students has been maintained to the fulfillment of the highest possible efficiency,-and we wish to thank the members of the Medical Faculty, each and every one, for the personal interest they have shown us as individuals, and the courtesy they have bestowed upon us as a class. We hope that the Service we may be able to render our Nation will be a real service, and will refiect naught but credit upon our Class and upon our University. Whether we will live up to our own expectations and ideals, can only be determined by retrospec- tion in days to come. We will ever cherish fond memories of our Ann Arbor days, and strive to add to the achievements of Michigan men. Our Day is over, and now we pass on into the dark- ness of the Night, ever hoping,- "That the night shall be filled with music,. ' And the cares that infest the day, Shall fold their tents like the Arabs, And as silently steal away." One Hu ndrrrl Seventy-Muo Medical Seniors FLOYD M. ALLEN .... . Keisters, Pu. Phi Chig Keystone Club Joss ALUM ....... Arecibo, P. R. CHARLES E. ANDERSON, B. S. . . . Ironwood Phi Beta Pig Phi Sigma DONALD K. BACON .... St. Paul, Minn. Phi Rho Sigma: Alpha Omega Alpha THEODORE S.BARNET'1' . . Potsdam, N. Y. Nu Sigma Nug Varsity Glee Club ELDEN C. BAUMGARTEN. . . . Richmond Phi Beta Pig Galens: Student Council: Vice- President C45 PAUL W. BEAVEN .... Rochester, N. Y. Phi Rho Sigma CLIFFORD VV. BRAINARIJ, B. S., Battle Creek Phi Rho Sigma: Varsity Band Q22 C35 C41 0 ne Hundred Seventy-three 4? in n. . .. Ont Il nndrcd Srufvnty-four Medical Seniors llunicwi' li. BROWN . . . . Danville, IH. MAN R. HURNELL ....... Flint ,Sixznia Xi: Nu Sigma Nu: Union Opera Orchestra C23 C11-:omni-31, BUSMAN ..... Coofumv-:'ilIv Phi Chi: Class Baseball CID C21 Josiwii R. lDARNAl.L . . ll'ashi11gIon, IJ. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Alpha Kappa Kappa: Grif- lins: Galensg Cabinet Club: Dixie Club: All-Fresh Track: Class Track C19 C25 C315 Class Baseball Clj CZD: Secretary Board in Control of Student ,Publications C415 Class Secretary CID: Class Treasurer C23 C31 C453 Associate Editor 11118 Mirhigancnsian C4Jg Board in Control of Atlllvtics 44? llminmkr D. D'IE'I'lElil.E, A. B. . Ann Arbor Phi Beta Pi Arevm W. ERICKSON, B. S.. . Ironwood Phi Beta Pi Bmw' Fi-:LLOWS . . . . Lansing, Ia, Phi Chi JGHN F. Foss ..... Dunkirk, N. Y. Phi Beta Pi Medical ' Seniors RALPH I. FRACKELTON. . . Aim Arbor Sinfonia I'lELEN L. GAGE . . . . . . . Wi.1'07ll Alpha Epsilon Iotag Class Vice-President C33 NVILLIAM J. GREENFIELD . Clara City, Minn. :Jin Chig Knickerbocker Club: Class Baseball Q13 25 Rov M. GREENTHAL. . ..... Detroit Zeta Beta Taug Alpha Omega Alphag Phi Sigma AIERIT D. HAAG, B. S .... Wauseou, O. Alpha Kappa Kappa: Alpha Omega Alphag Varsity Band QU QZJ 133 CAMPBELL HARl'EY . ..... Detroit Nu ,Sigma Nu: Alpha Sigma Phi CLYDE K. HASLEY . . . . . Monroe 4 Phi Rho Sigma PARKER HEATH . . . . . Ann Arbor Phi Rho Sigma Our Hundred Sczfruty-fi'ue 0 ne I'l1l ndrrd Scvclily-:i.v Medical Seniors G1-:oRo1s R. H1-:RRMANN . . . Ft. Wayne, Ind. Phi Rho Sigma: Alpha Omega Alpha: Class Foot- ball QU LYNNE A. HOAG ...... Ann Arbor Phi Chig Phi Sigmag Alpha Omega Alphag Gamma Alpha MATHIAS S. HURTH . . Roscoe, Minn. CARROLL C. HYDE ...... Addison Alpha Kappa Kappa: Class President C135 Class Football 111 12, 1315 Class Baseball OJ C21 l'lERIiERT A. JUDSON . . Hangchow, China Rocicwnu. M. KEMrfroN . . North Adams Alpha Kappa Kappag Varsity Band UD CZD: Glee Club C23 C335 Opera Orchestra C23 ICARBI C. Knmvrzu .... .Lahoue, India l'lARRY G. LUNDGREN ..... Ironwood Phi Beta Pi: Galens I8 J . , ar ,V 5 1 -3-V ' NJ! V " A Medical Seniors W1i.x.mM li. XlrCANm.lss . lloilww, China hVll.LlAM R. hlCKINNON . . . Calumet CLEM H. lh'lARSIlAI.L .... Grevmfille, O. Delta Upsilong Nu Sigma Nug Class Baseball C15 C233 Manager C33 DONALD M. h'l0RRlLL .... Hig Rapids Kappa Sigma: Nu Sigma Nu Alosi-:s E. NIORTON . . I.owud1-.rboro,Ala. Alpha Phi Alpha Awruuk B. NORTON ...... Den-ait Class Baseball ill C251 Class Football CID 121, Manager Q31 PAUL H. PIPER, M. S.I'. I-l. . . . Alamo Gamma Alpha: Phi Sigma: Galens HAIIRY J.PRAI.I.. . . . . . .Pontiac Phi Chi: Alpha Tau Omega: Class Baseball: Class Football 1' llrlmlrfil .K'L'1'ul1Iy-:tv 'ff 3 A1 I Om' I-lirmlrrfl .S'1'vcuty-aight Medical Seniors Cl.Ylll'1lQP:X'NOl.llS . 'lkm ll. R0msR'rs0N. .... Sigma Phi Epsilon: Round-L'p ..'-111 u Arbor JUAN Roxmmuczunz . . . Jllafzati, P. R. Jollx P.SH12ARI2R . . . . . 1 ' .J Pmzfiar Phi Chi: Alpha Tau Omega ROGERS SMITH. . . . Rivhmozzd, Ind. Phi Kappa Psi: Nu Sigma Nu: Phi Sigma: Alpha Omega Alphag Galcns JAMES l-l. SMITH. . H. . Coudvrsport, Pa. Alpha Kappa Kappa: Alpha Omega Alpha: Class Baseball C13 C235 Class Football Manager CID: Class Track Manager C31 I-laiuw B. S1'AU1.mNG . . RllISf0l1,0lx'1G. JOHN M. STANTON . . . Rirhmond, Ind. Phi Sigma: Round-L'p ..fln11 .-lrbor' W ik- ? 1, rj: , 5: 1 ui , ,QA 41 a I Medical Seniors JAMES R. S'rE1N. . . . Detroit JANE D. S'rEv1aNs0N. . . . . .flkron,O. Alpha Epsilon lotag Class Vice-Prcsiclcnt 111 W. PARKER S'rowE .... North East, Pa. Alpha Omega Alpha: Phi Sigma: Galensg Class Secrctary C33 Cnow F. TANG. . . Hangf-how, Chino . Detroit I.r:sTi2R C. Tonn ...... Phi Chi: Alpha Omega Alpha 'l'uoMAs L.'1'oLAN . . . . .Ironwood Phi Rho Sigmag Owls: Galens: U. P. Clubg Class President 1235 Medical Dept. Vice-P1'v:si- dent of Union C43 EUGENE F. TRAUB . . . .Dubuquc, Ia. Alpha Kappa Kappa: Light-weight Wrestling Champion C23 V. ARTHUR VANVOLICENBURGH. . Detroit Alpha Kappa Kappag Class Basketball Manager C33 .F One Hutldrmi Sl"I'l'1lfy-Illllff ..- 1 1 O rm I-lnm1r1'd Eighty Medical Seniors RUTH C. WANSTROM .... Rockford, Ill. Alpha Epsilon Iota, Class Vice-President C41 ROBERT W. WATSON .... Ludingtou Alpha Kappa Kappa, Michigamuag Galens: Var- sity Football C11 C21 C319 Assistant Varsity Foot- ball Coach C415 Class Baseball C11 C21g'Heavy- weight Wrestling Champion C213 Class President C4 ' ARCHIBALD H. WATT . . .Providefice R. l. I Sackett Club: Galcns: Class Secretary C21 Class Baseball Manager C21 L. S. WELBoURN, B. S. . .Union City, Ind. Alpha Kappa Kappa Q NIACNAUGHTON XVILKINSON, B. S. . . . . . . . . . . Clarkson, N. Y. Alpha Delta Phi: Phi Rho Sigma GAn.LAim P. Wn.x.ETT . ,. . i Elmore, O. - AMELIA T. Woon. . University Place, Neb. Alpha Epsilon Iota: Class Vice-President C21 IWICHICJXI. Smlons Um' Ilumirfd Iiigllly-om: 1918 Medical Statistics T was a solemn occasion when our Class convened on Nov. 19, 1917 to vote on the various qualifications of its members. The results may be outlined as follows: Jane Stevenson was proclaimed the most popular girl, with Ruth VVanstrom a close "runner- up." "Harry" Spaulding, "Cam" Harvey, and "Tom" Robertson all received honorable mention. "Rog" Smith most certainly deserved recognition as most popular man. The class realized this and he was elected, with "Tom" Tolan running a good second. "George" Willett and "Kern Ker- well were mentioned. Nearly everyone must have voted lor himself as handsomest man, as 37 different names were voted upon. "Mort" Morton won with 7 votes, but "Ted" Barnett was close "runner-up" with 6 votes. It was nip and tuck race from start to finish,-blonde vs. brunettes,-and the brunette emerged victor. "jose" Ahnn was third with three votes. We all expected "Ted" to win out and were not looking lor a dark horse. "Banmy" Banmgarten was elected most persistent fusser, with "Tom" Robertson a close second. VVe hold the Nurses Training School responsiblef - R. E. Brown was admitted to be the biggest "Hell-raiser" by a huge majority. Judson and "Reg" Smith were poor second and third respectively. If there was every any deviltry going on, Brown was usually at the bottom of it. We have admired, feared and lamented his reckless, head- strong attitude. "Lynn" Hoag was chosen best student, with Haag and Herman tied for second. This triple "H" combination can't be beaten. Spaulding and Kerwell were again mentioned, but only in a whis- per. Tang was chosen as best qualified in the art of camouflage. He had no competition at all. Ever able to assume an expression of potential knowledge, and yet hid behind a mask of misunder- standing and linguistic dexterity, Tang has won an immortal place in Hades as Most Eminent Su- preme Master of the Camoullagistic Art. At this stage of the election, we remembered our old comrade and fellow 'frounder," and elected "Al" Warthin most popular Laboratory teacher. He probably said more to us, and did more to us, than any teacher we have ever had. Dr. Marshall was picked as the most popular clinical teacher, but was hard pressed by Drs. Elliott, Darling and Loree. They are all exceptionally good clinicians and teachers. Our only regret is that we have had so few of their clinics to attend. "Joe" Darnall wo11 the hottest fight of the day, by nosing out "Shorty" I-Icrmann for recogni- tion as best politician. Joe and Shorty each had 12 votes u11til the final ballot was cast. Each had their "Dirty Dozen" on the job. But Darnall withheld his ballot until the very last and then voted for himself. Shorty was at a further disadvantage since Darnall counted the votes. "Tom" Tolan and "Reg" Smith were poor thirds, with two votes apiece. "Sing, Oh! Sing of Lydia Pinkham" was adopted as the Class Anthem, but it has been suggested that a new song be written entitled, "The Hohenzollern Funeral March." ' The Onion, symbol of strength, tl1e radiant Sunflower, representing wisdom,-and the sturdy Toadstool, symbolic of Democracy, constitute our class bouquet. 1fVe would like to take this opportunity to thank the Regents for the very efhcient bathing fa- cilities lnrnished the Seniors. The Surge1'y amphitheatre makes an excellent Turkish bathroom. Those of us who attend our classes are guaranteed at least three hot baths a week. . Last, but not least, Col. Victor C. Vaughan was unanimously proclaimed the most popular dean on tl1e campus. Of all the facility men witl1 whom we have come in contact, we will ever place him foremost. As a teacher, as a scientist, as an administrator and as a soldier he has proven himself worthy. His interest in the Michigan Medical student has endeared him in the hearts ol' each and every one of us, and as the years go on, so will our pride increase that we have had the opportunity of coming in close contact with sucl1 a pleasing personality, and with such a truly great Medical man. One llumlrcd Eighty-two LIICIIICAI. Slmlolzs Um' llu mlrrd liiglxfy-thrfe 1918 Medical Class Prophecy N ominous silence-followed by a tremendous crash,-then vivid streaks of flame Hashed into the darkened, starless heavens. Everything about me seemed to change, and I found myself on the outskirts of Ann Arbor, with a vague idea that I had been sent to look up the records of my classmates. I must have been "hitting the ties" for a long time. My feet were tired, and I was about to sit down and rest when a slow freight rumbled along. Witli the alacrity of by-gone days I hopped into an empty box car and found myself face to face with a bearded, rough looking tramp, who called me by name and welcomed me as a lost brother. On closer observation I recognized my old friend "Don" Bacon. As he was reciting his hard luck story the train came to a sudden halt and an over- alled freight official appeared at the door, club in hand, and ordered us out. "'Doc', don't you know us ?" I cried out joyfnlly. But no, "Doc" Hyde did not remember us, and advanced threaten- ingly, so we were forced to run. "Don" and I took opposite directions, so we did not see each other again. The train had stopped on the siding just behind the hospital, so I climbed the hill and entered the new hospital. Everything was different. None of the old staff were around,-but suddenly- "News, Journal, Saturday Evening Post," and I knew old Taylor must still be on the job. The voice came nearer, and imagine my surprise when I saw that it was not Taylor, but "Ted" Barnett. His story was a pathetic one, and he does not wish it made public. We had a long chat and he told me of the progress and whereabouts of many of the "old gang." John Foss, soon after graduation, married a pretty nurse. They left soon after the wedding and rumor has it that they are fighting somewhere in Europe. Paul Beaven is selling nipples for a rubber goods firm. Frackelton is hunting parasites in South Africa, and "Billy" Greenfield is selling hair tonic for the Shinola Cosmetic Company. "Bert" Fellows volunteered as a Medical missionary to China, and has taken up a permanent residence in the Orient. V A - Helen Gage has taken over Lydia Pinkham's extensive practice. It is rumored that a pretty romance is budding between Helen and a prominent embalmer's son. "Harry" Lundgren is studying toxicology, and hopes to secure a position as cook or dish-washer in Dr. Warthin's kitchen. Judson and McCandliss-are bartenders in the new Y. M. C. A. grillroom, and jack Connell is in the Army, and is still the same old "Fiter." , "Bob" Hall started out as a hard-working intern and is now head of the Surgery department. That was all "Ted" could tell me, so I bought a paper and hurried over to the Bungalos, hoping that the nurses could give me some news of "Tom" Robertson. They say he is manufacturing Pat- ent Plcthora Pills, and has his face on every package. It is guaranteed to kill or cure. I hated to leave the nurses, but it was getting late and I wanted to reach the Medical School office before it closed. So I hurried off, but not direct to the office. Something prompted me to go by way of Observatory Avenue and take alpeek at the Cemetery, .and I found it well worth my time. There, deeply chiseled in a huge granite tombstone was this epltaph: u "Beneath this rock lies R. E. Brown, A wealthy brewer of renoun, When all the country voted dry He thought it time for him to die." Deeply touched that my classmate had come to such an untimely end, I hurried on, and got to the office just as "Pinky" Stanton was about to close it. He was the new Prof. of Pharmacology and Secretary of the School, and had all the latest dope on our classmates. Q Stein had degenerated into a novelist, and had just completed a thrilling novel entitled, "Close Shaves I Have Had." "Jane" Stevenson is soon booked to appear in a gripping picture drama with Vivian Van- Valkenburgh. Ruth Wanstrom, Laura Buck and Amelia Wood are all Red Cross Physicians in war-torn Mon- tana. ' ' "Harry" Spaulding, new dean of the Detroit Medical School is writing a paper which will revolutionize our conceptions of gangrene. "Reg" Smith is practicing Christian Science in the little town of Eukelele, N. I. Our Hundred Highly-four Word has just been received from "Gus" Haag, soliciting bids for shell-fish. I-le has organized a crabbing company on Chesapeake Bay. His Ann Arbor experience should help him to make good. To use a political phrase "Shorty" I-Iermann "spilled the beans" during his undergraduate political career. Now, however, he has developed tact, caution, craftincssland all the other qualifi- cations of a good politician, and is a powerful ward boss in New York City. "Archie" VVatt is still traveling for the Fireproof Coftlu Co., but is looking forward to a live- lier job in an undertaking establishment. "Lee" VVelbourn has taken over the Ann Arbor branch of Sehmuek's Xlfholesale Clothing busi- ness and is Grand President of the Tired Men's Lodge. Several years ago he answered the "call of the ring" and married the Fat Lady of Alum and I-Ioag's circus. Poor old "George" XVillett,-you all remember the man with the military bearing and patriotic ideals?-He is Prof. of Military Science and Tactics at an Old Ladies' Home in Ohio. I hated to keep "Pinky" away from his dinner, so I left, promising to return for more news the next morning. I wandered downtown toward Ioe's and as I was passing Cook's Livery, "Cam" Harvey, shovel and broom in hand, rushed out to greet me.. I was surprised to find that a Medical man had chosen such a vocation, but then, the stabIe.quaht1es wlneh he demonstrated in the class- room assured him such a position, should he ever desire to enter that profession. The next morning, as I was looking up the record of "Bob" NNatson in .the Medical School oftice, everything seemed to turn red--and I felt myself drifting again, back into. the' land of Re- ality. I was cold and wet. It was snowing-a raw,.wet snow, and 1 was half buried in mud. The roar of the big guns had ceased. The elouds'had disappeared and the sky was studded with stars. The moon was just sinking beyond the horizon. Here andbthere moved dark forms silhouetted ' tth sk XfVh'it were those Sll'ICl0Wip Men? Yes, Michigan men,-mv classmates! VVhat agams e y. . 5 . . , . . .. b A ' an odd dream I had had! Yes, it was all a dream,-and I laughed softly. lo think I had been looking for the records of the 1918 Medies in Ann Arbor! Such records could only be obtained in France and in Belgium. Yes, hack in France and llelgium,-for tonight we had crossed the Rhine! it Rr , -, til?-1 ' -jim?-um 1 ! 1 -. Q . gn X , . "OVER 'ri ni Tor" On: lllurriwd lfighfy-ffm' E p - "' " .ri..l-111 VV "M The Law School, :EDWIN C. Gonnmm, Ph.B., LL.B. C1l4IiI'llIl77l of the .'10l7'1l7:71i.S'f7'llfi'Z!6 C011LmiZ'tee of the Law School This school was provided for in the Organic Act in March, 1859. It was opened on October 8, and included three professorships, which were later styled Marshall, Kent and -lay chairs. james V. Campbell, Charles VValker and Thomas M. Cooley were elected to fill these chairs, with Professor Campbell acting as dean. The first class was gradu- ated in 1860. The original home of the school was the old chapel, and not until October, 1863, did it have a home of its own. The building was reconstructed and greatly en- larged in 1893. Again in 1898 it was practically demolished and rebuilt as it now stands. A fourth professorship was established in 1886, and named for the Honorable Richard Fletcher, of Boston. This chair was first filled by Ashley Palmer. The fifth chair was the Tappan professorship established in 1879, hrst filled by Alpheus Felch. In 1871 Pro- fessor Cooley became dean of the department. The original course consisted of two terms, each six months long, lasting from October through March. The instruction was entirely by lectures, and at the completion of the course the degree of LLB. was given. In 1877 an entrance examination in English was required. In 1884 the terms were length- ened to nine months each, and in 1895 a third year was required for the completion of the course. The Practice Court as it now stands was established in the year 1892-1893. In 1912 the entrance requirements were increased to include at least one year of college work and an optional fourth year was added to the law course. Beginning with the aca- demic year of 1915-1916, the entrance requirements were increased to include at least two years of college work. O rf Ilzzurirctl liiggllly-511' PROFESSOR THOMAS A. ROGLE In token of the inspiration derived from his life as a thorough student of the law, an able teacher, a sterling gentleman, and friend of man, the law students dedicate their section of the B'IICllIl,iANlCNSIAN to Professor Thomas A. Bogle. 14' lllnulwil l51gl1ly.vM'z'11 V i l Gnovma C. Giusnoiuc 1,ROFIiSSOR tioiuiox NV. S'roNl-:ii Military Roll of Honor of 1918 Law Class lXI.l.lCli, XV. C.----Received Zncl Lieut. from lst R. 0. T. C. at Fort Sheridan, stationed at Camp Custer. ' BAim1c'r'r, -ll. M.---2nd Lieut. Tnf. from-Ft. Benj. Harrison, August, 19173 expected to go to France at once. lloGUI2, A. l'.--A-XVi13l1 Harper Hospital Unit No. 36, Detroit. CARr'i2Nf1'i21e, R. I..-XVitl1 Harper Hospital Unit No. 36, Detroit. Com.EN'rz, 1-I. llelinlisted in Navy, Detroit. CONLIX, G. J.-fZncl Lieut. F. A. from 2nd R. O. T. C., Fort Sheridan. Coulxrltlc, C. M -lst Lieutenant U. S. A. Merl. Res. Corps of U. of Mich., training at Allentown, l'a. DAXY, R. ti.-Drafted, sent to Camp Slierman, Chillicothe, Ghio, transferred to Avia- tion Camp at Columbus, Ohio, Nov., 1917. DoxN1cl.l.Y, hl. M.-2nd Lieut. from 1st R. O. T. C., Fort Logan H. Roots. ZDUNN, R. G.-AU. Naval Coast Defense, Newport, R. I. 1JUNN, R. H.----JU. S. Naval Coast Defense, Newport, R. I. Y , EAGIEIQ, H. 1.-l'rov. Zncl Lieut. Reg. Army from 1st R. O. T. C., Fort Logan H. Roots, with 34th U. S. lnf., now at Fort Bliss, Texasg expects to cross soon. ne I1'lHlli1'6'd liigllly-sigh! ELI.1o'1"1', D. S.--2nd Lieut. Art. from lst R. O. T. C., Fort Snelling. QEMERMAN, L. BJ-Left this semester to accept position in judge Advocate's oHice at Montgomery, Ala. ERWIN, J. llfl..-Enlisted, june, 1917. FINZKBIQINER, D. A.-Drafted, in Camp Sherman, Chillicothe, O. G1u212N121sAUxr, L15oN.-Enlisted in Navy. HARPER, L. B.-U. S. A. Med. Res. Corps of U. of Mich., training at Allentown, Pa. fHEI.Sl2l., O. NVQ-Enlisted this semester in Ordnance Corps, lingr. College. I'IOUGIll'l'ON, J. F.-Enlisted in Army. Human, H. K.-Entered lst R. O. T. C., at Fort Snelling. lVlON'l'AGUlC,, A. S.-Enlisted in Michigan Naval Reserve Corps, trained at Camp john l'aul jones, Great Lakes, Ill., commissioned ensign in U. S. Naval Coast Defense, now Assistant ,Paymaster in Quartermaster's Dept., XiVashington, D. C. fMOliSlE, H. llj-Left this semester to enlist in Army. NEXVLANIJ, C. j.-ln R. O. T. C., at Presidio, Cal., May to August. N1CIltDI.S, J. D.-Enlisted in U. S. Naval Coast Defense at Newport, R. I. 1g'AI.12v, A. F.-U. A. Med. Res. Corps of U. of Mich.g now at Allentown, Pa. 1'o'r'rs, P. C.-Enlisted in Mich. Naval Reserve, training at Great Lakes, Ill. RIEISCII, L. J.-Enlisted in Ill. National Guard, May, 1917. S1iAmuGH'1', I. M.-U. S. A. Med. Res. Corps, of U. of Mich., training at Allentown, Pa. SIEARL, VV. C.-Drafted, training at Camp Custer, selected for third R. O. T. C. TANNIEITILL, C. J.-Entered Znd R. O. T. C.g received commission as 1st Lieut. and was assigned'to Camp Lee, Va. CNVIENER, E. L.j-Left this semester to enlist in Navy. XV11.1cINs, R. F.-With Harper Hospital Unit No. 36. WIIJJAMS, GEORGE NVAIQID-U. S. A. Med. Res. Corps of Univ. of Mich., now at Allen- town, Pa. Om' llnmlrrcl liigllty-u HECTOR A. MCCRIMMON LEs'r1sR S. H1-zcm' . LELAND S. Fomuss'r . JOHN P. CoLm2N . PAUL U. IRELAND . One Hundred Ninety 1918 Law Class OHicers President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Oratorical Delegate rf ,, ..,, Q' mud' ,,., .. . , . M' MW' ' . Y- :1 - L if 5 K lfx. Ex-Y PJ .Q 'WWW W-'W2"1'm1v2:'."Av1wuf1:'L1Q.,.w,cw 1 A 1 L . . . , f -1 ,V 'Q xrmvtxrlv:wr':nfg1-f'v"lr?2-2-,v:'t'f-,-,-- ,.-ww. - r'.v',g:1-1-:Ag-.q,..M,,,.,,,,- -,M . ij E. 5. is 5? an -3 ,www 15 9 1918 Law Class Committee 'M Social S. G. Plexus, Chairman J. H. CARTWRIGHT A. C. RUIHLEY M. B. BOWMAN A. G. ROGESKI , Auditing D. N. SIMONS, Chairman B. S. Mo'r'rER H. C. HART t Michiganemiau W. WALLACE Vlsscl-nan JOHN J. Pouzsm Hue llnmlred Ninety ang L One Hundred Nirlvly-luv: J Law Seniors OIIN Q. ADAMS, A. B. . Clnlumlria Cily, Ind. Rmslalrr M. ALLEN ....... Dntrnil DL-Ita Phi: Ilarristvrsz 'l'mcn1g Glcc Club Q25 C32 453 Hfxlcmzlz D. lirxlle.-xxl, .-X. H. . l'ufvlm.v, Cj'f7I'lI.S .'XR'l'HUR BOHN ....... :Inu .Alrlmr Order of thc Coifg Michigan Law Review Lucius C. BOL'l'WO0D,A. H.. . Grand Kf1pia'.x Order of thc Coif: Qllsulranglcg NVo0lsack3 Michigan Law Review IJUNALIJ R. BROWN . - . .X"0rf0lk, Va. XVll.l.mM F. HROWN,,'X. H.. lliawasscv, Ga, Class Finance ifmnnmitlcc C33 Emwuen C. BUTLER . . . Arion, Ia, ' Harristcrs ss: Q. -4 Law Seniors juries ll, CA1:'rwR1c:11'1',jle. A. 13. Orvgnn, III. Gamma lita Gamma: VVoolsackg Barristcrsg Archonsg Class Vice-Presimlenl 132 SAMUM, L. Comm, Al? .... . l'irginin, Minn. Zeta Beta Tau JOHN P. COLIIEN ....... Clarion Sigma Delta Kappa: VVcbslcr: Class Treasurer CD JOSI-2l'II B. CoMsTocK, A. B... . .flnn Arbm- Phi Sigma Kappa: Phi Alpha Delta: Barristersg Archons: Class Baseball Manager CD5 Glcc Club CID 127 JOHN V. COTTON, A.l3.. . . Hud.mn, O. Gamma l-Ita Gamma ICENNIETII K. Cox. . . . Ro.w', Kaus. llanonn M. EASLEY .,.... Deiroit Phi Alpha Delta: llarristersg Arclmns: Michigan Union Opera C25 C37 1439 Glec Club C25 Q37 C47 C55 465 JOHN F. FORAN, A. B. . Clzatcaugay, N. Y. l J Ona Iluudrm' Ninctyvtlrrvc One Hundred Ninety-four Law Seniors LADY W1LL1E FORBUS, B. S. . . Laurel, Miss. LELAND S. FORREST, A. B. Siloam Springs, Ark. Phi Alpha Deltag Class Secretary C33 RAYMOND A. Fox .... Wichita, Kans. Order of the Coifg Woolsackg Michigan Law Review MELVIN R. GOMBRIG .... Chicago, Ill. DOUGLAS A. GRA!-IAM,A. B. .... Detroit Phoenixg Oratorical Delegate CZD CSD HENRY' C. GRESS, A. B.. . Meyersdale, Pa. Craftsmeng Keystone Club WALTER W. HARRrs,A. M. Lewisburg, Pa. ' HENRY C. HART, Ag B. .... Kalamasloo ,ng . .wx ffi'l2"f V Q' .zf,,M:.,!-. . 'f .9 1 at .t . Q 4 l C l I l Law Seniors 1,1551-ER S, l,'lECl-XT, PH.B.. . Lock Haven, Pa. Zeta Beta Tau: Michigan Law Review fJRIS W. HliI.SEI. . . . . . Pratt, Kan. Sigma Delta Kappa Davin I. Hunan, A. B. ...... Detroit Phi Sigma Delta: Woolsack: Class Secretary C15 Gaoltrsla F. HURLEY, A.B.. . . Chicago, Ill. Phi Alpha Delta: Toastmasters: Mimes: Bar- ristcrs: Archons: President Michigan Union C35 NEAL D. IRI-:LANIJ .... Florence, Kaus. Sigma Delta Kappa: Delta Sigma Rho: Ora- torical Delegate C35: Class Football C25: Glec Club C25 C35: Varsity Debating Team C25 C35: President of Oratorical Association C25 Avlalu' K. JONES . .East Los Vegas, N. M. JOHN F. JORDAN .... Pittsburgh, Pa. N Sigma ,Phi Epsilon: Keystone Club: Michigan Daily Editorial Staff C25 C35 C45g Class Basket- ball C15 C25: Class Football C25 WlLL1lxM S. IQAMMERER. . .Loui.c2'ille, Ky. Phi Alpha Delta: Barristers: Archons: Class Baseball C15 C253 Class Football C15 C25 t"l One Ifnudrcd Ninety-five glnbn r W J Q ,4 I I One Hundred Ninety-.fix Law Seniors 'l'noxi.xs S. KERR, A. B. . . Sf!Yllf0l'd, Mont. l7liANK S. KREMER, B. S. . Kappa Sigma: Phi Delta Phi: llarristersg Archons . Brnolcings, S. D. .fX'rnor, li. l.A'rEn. . . . Sigma l'hi Epsilon: Round-Upg Varsity Track Team: Class Basketball 125 . . Rigby, Idaho llolmrliv V. h'lCCORMICK . . Ilarrixlnzirg, Pa. llr:c'roR.'X.McCiuMMoN . . . Czisvvillc Gamma lita Gamma: Michigan Law Review: Class President C335 Chairman Class Advisory Cmnlnittce GJ: Cup Debates I.Es'ri-:R A. NlEEKS, A.l2.. . Calwslon, Ind. Lumbrla Chi Alpha: Rouml-Up: Class l"romcnndc Committee C333 J-Hop Committee Q21 Joie 3lEYl-IR ..... Ho! Springs, Ark. lllARf'US R. NORTON . . Phunmcr, Idaho Law Seniors ALI-ZJANIIRO QI. PANILIO. . . Pampauga, P. I. Cosmopolitan Club SAMUEL G. Prclcus. . . . .S'1'nu.r City, Ia. Michigan Law Reviewg Editor of "Crease" JOHN I. POLESKI . . . .... D4-frail Delta Tan Delta: Barristersg Associate Editor 1918 Michiganensiang Varsity Cheer Leader CSD: Class Basketball C15 C233 Polonia Literary Circle Amex I. Rocoslcl .... Lifllv Rork, A1-lc. Phi Alpha Delta: Dixie Club l'IENRlA'I'TA E. RosEN'rnA1., A. B., A. M., . . . ....... Ann Arlmr Michigan Law Review ALONZO C. Rumucv ..... Archbold Phi Beta. Kappag Order of the Coifg Woolsackg Michigan Law Review JAMES E. RYAN . . . , . Mt. Plt'GfV611f Chairman Memorial Committee: Comedy Club HURI.AND J. Scmmonoucu . Youugktown, O. One Hundred Ninety-:even One Hundred Ninety-eight Law . Seniors DANIEL C. SIMONS ...... Arm Arbor I Chairman Class Auditing Committee GJ FREDERICK V. SLOCUM, A. B.. . .Ann Arbor EDWARD O. SNETHEN, A. B.. Walkerton, Ind. JAMES W. THOMAS, A. B. . . Plymouth Delta Theta Phig Griffinsg Woolsackg Barristersg Archonsg Sphinxg Michigan Law Reviewgg ln- ter-Collegiate Manager Qljg Board in Control of Athletics C33 LESTER B. VINCENT, A.B.. Chesaw, Wash. Michigan Law Review: Chairman Class Finance Committee C35 WILLIAM. W. VISSCHER, A. B. . Hollahd 5Knickerbocker- Club: Order of the Coifg Asso- ciate Editor l918 Michiganensian C31 - LAW Sl2N10Rs I- -'Q V Om' Ilumired Ninety-nine 1 Two llumlrmi LAW Slmlolcs V .vn- -. . ...W-'Qisx A R A ...V I ff., A V .. . . .4 A - -I - 'AHA Tm-' Gawain' Auuu ON 'rm-2 CM 0 llllllflrml Om' if' College of Dental Surgery B1AltCUS L. XVARU, D.D.Sc., Dean H12 first agitation for the creation of this department came in 1865, and in 1875 the Legislature appropriated 33,000 per year, for a term of two years, with which to establish a school of dentistry at Ann Arbor, and in May of that year the Regents took steps to provide for the department. Two professorships were created and first filled by Jonathan Taft and A. Watliiig. The department had its early existence under the general supervision of the Medical Department. The course consisted of two years' work, the terms being only six months long, October to March, but in the fall of 1884 the terms were lengthened to nine months. In 1899 the course was finally made to con- sist of three years of nine months each. The degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery has al- ways been given. The first accommodations were in the west ward of the old Homeo- pathic hospital building, then in the building now occupied by the Department of Civil Engineering, and in 1891, at the completion of the new University Hospital, the Dental Department moved to the old University hospital building. At this time the Dental So- ciety of the University of Michigan was organized, and assumed charge of the publish- ing of the Dental Journal, which ceased publication in 1902. The new Dental Building was erected in 1908 and is one of the best equipped and most complete dental buildings in the world, especially in its Technical Laboratories and Operating Rooms. The Taft Li- brary is located in the Dental Building and contains almost every book on dentistry, and practically complete files of every Dental journal published. The Dental museum is also located in this building, and the odontological collection is especially strong-probably the largest and best of its kind to be found in any Dental college. It contains the collec- tion of the late Professor Ford and Dr. VVilliam Mitchell of London, England. The mu- seum has been named the Ford-Mitchell Museum, Beginning with the session of 1917- 1918 the course of study will be extended to a four year course. 'An optional four year course was offered October, 1916. Iwo lllIllll1'l'll T':i'n Clmlmisres J. l.voNs To Chalmers il. Lyons lD.D.Sc., a courteous gentleman, a proficient teacher and a man who has been of untold beneiit to the school, respected for his high professional ethics and iknowledge. VVar1ned hy his pleasing' disposition and good fellowship, we, the inembers of the Senior Dental Class of 1918, express our high esteem for Chalmers Lyons. Two llunrlrrd Three 1918 Dental Class Officers Fmzlmlcluclc J. HENRY . . President B. C. HANSON . . Vice-President VICTOR ADAMS, III . . Secretary NIAX M. WILLIAMS . . Treasurer Two l'l'll mln-fl Four lll'l'IHlfi0Il C. A. Mu.1.laR, Chairman J. A. VrKNlJliNI30SClfI V. E. PE'1'1aRSoN C. B. RATHBURN W. SWEli'l' J. E. Domus Social T. M. JAMES, Chairman N. A. WVILLIAMS F. O. CLIFFORD J. L. LUNDBERG H. J. JONES Memorial F. B. Vnnmsu, Chairman L. j. POR'l'liR G. E. THRUN A. R. COLLINS W. J. Goum: Picture J. F. BULMER, Chairman I. O. Goonsnu., JR. 1918 Dental Class Committee A. I. MAC DoNAI.n F. A. VAN RIPER W. H. GRAHAM Cali and Gown W. W. DENIG, Chairman E. J. BAUMAN P. I. Hour R. P. CRANSON L. J. SCHMIDT Cane H. E. BARLOW, Chairman F. H. TINSMAN A. W. E14S'rElzN G. F. SI-IEFFIELD G. K. BOLENIIIER Auditing C. E. STEVENS, Chairman W. J. B. MASON F. S. BUuKHo1.mzR lfillalm' J. M. Pli'l'liRSON, Chairman I. E. BACKIQR F. VV. S'l'0CK'l'ON F. H. ESSN: R. U. HIIQIVOS Advisory F. J. LIENRY, Chairman ' B. C. HANSIEN V. AnAMS, III. N. NVILLIAMS E. N. BACH H. C. CRAMIQR Military Affairs B. C. HANSEN, Chairman T. J. Romznrs C. TU'r'r1.n W. Sxvlam' I. A. VANDENBOSCH T-wo Hu nhrl Fwe Class History -ARLY in the fall of 1915 the largest freshman class in the history of the college, consisting of one hundred and forty-two members began the study of the dental profession. We were told of the many pitfalls and encouraged on our way by Dean Hoff, soon learning, however, that the most important goal to reach was the highly prized initials of L. XV. upon our prosthetic technic. Being unable to govern ourselves we chose Carl Stevens as our guide. After we had survived the ditiicult course in dental anatomy we journeyed to the medical building where under the eyes of Dr. Huber, his famous and pretty caniliculi, we learned many things which we never dreamed existed. In our first year we surprised the campus by winning the championship in football and gave two men to the all-Fresh squad. Along the social line a very successful smoker at the Union and a dance at the Packard were held. VVe entered the second year with thirty-six less members and at once chose "Dutch" 'Bach to lead us. Under Paul De Kruif our souls were stimulated with "Sweet Essences of Sarcasm" but we learned many "Little Things" in Bacteriology. During the second semester as each of us passed under the "Mortui Vivos Docent" we breathed our little prayer of de- liverance and success for the days to come. Carving bone teeth during our leisure hours, sometimes carrying them when we went fussing, was also a favorite stunt. An All-Dent smoker was held at the Union, jan. 16, 1917 and about three hundred members were present. A class dance at the Packard and the Dental Formal completed the social functions. During the following summer several members faced the minister and said, "I do," so when school opened more houses were needed. ' Dr. Marcus L. Ward became dean at this time following the resignation of Dr. Nev- ille S. Hoff. The faculty were unfortunate in losing the services of Dr. Bailev who took up a position in New York City. Dr. Smutzler is now in charge of Clinical Thera- peutics. A We entered the senior year one hundred strong, chose Fred Henry as our president, and at once busied ourselves trying to learn the schedule of classes. Finally we gave up and contented ourselves with following the crowd. At nine o'clock on Tuesday morning we enjoyed a film play featuring "Theda" XVoodland in "Mal-occlusion" and on Thursdays and Saturdays we looked, for the fol- lowing remark from Dr. Loeffler, "Now I just want to say a few words about these clips." About half the class is enrolled in the Medical Reserve Corps and we are now drilling and receiving the instruction of a military organization. I NVhen we receive our diplomas and leave Ann Arbor to go to our respective com- munities, here and abroad, to be of service to humanity we will lose the association of the faculty members whose influence and kindly interest should have a distinct bearing on the remainder of our lives. To them we say "Au Revoir." D. L. M. Two Hundred Six D1cN'r.-xl. SHNIORS Twv llnmlrrrl Scwn 'L l I Two Hundred Eight Q 1 43 455 I JEES I :L 1 5' in X Dental Seniors V1c'rolz ADAMS, III. . . Litllv Falls, N. V. I. I. . Xi Psi Phi: Class Treasurei' Q35 AVIEIINIE H. Amuuaws .... Varsity Band C25 C33 1zvoN Ali0N Ale0z1AN .... Craftsmen Club l2uN1ss'r N. BACH . . . . . Delta Tau Deltag Delta Sigma Delta dent CZJ R1f:AMr: 1.. BAILEY . . . Round-Up Club IRVIN4: lilesw' BAKER. . . P Delta Sigma Delta .Ann Arbor . l21'l7'0f! . Hill.vdnlv 9 Class Presi- .Ponliac vxllffgn, l'Vi.Y. Ronlilwo C. BARBOSA. . . San Juan, P. R. Cosmopolitan Club H. EARL BARLOW ..... Grand Rapids Xi Psi Phi: Social Committee: G lee Club UD Dental Seniors G. R. BARNES . . . Elk Rapidx J. FRANK BAUMAN .... Mount Clemens Delta Sigma Delta HliIiBER'l' L. BERGISR ...... Toledo, O. ROBERT VINCENT Blllll. . Capr Town, .SI A. Psi Omega: Beta Phi: South African Union: Vice President, S. A. Union GEORGE KARL BOLENDER ..... Sparta Psi Omega: Glee Club C21 133: Varsity Band 131: Opera 125 A. L. BROCK ...... Milroy, Pa. Delta Sigma Delta J. GERALU BROWN . .Grand Rapids JOHN F. BULMER . . . Youngstown, O. Psi Omega: Round-Up Club Two Hundred Nine 1 . 'M-iiaSilii'.'i E Y u:".'-'. ,L-.V 4. 23, 4 ,I 1. ..,. -1 Y. .f , v Y. 'MZ' ,. ' Wim ml lm Wi f.,fq,'w,e.. .Mi-r,.," i-.gm :ig .- nl fb ,. ar 'Q 'L I fl f I9 18 4 fy, -" U ' - 15 I 1 Two Hundred Ten Dental Seniors FIQLIX S. BlIRKl'lOI.lllCR .... Milray, Pa. Xi Psi Phi WM. F. Cimmvicic. . . . . . Muir Delta Sigma Delia Ai.mciz'r RAYMoNn CoLr.1Ns . . Billie, Mont. Psi Omcgag Sigma Chi: Hockey CU HAROLU C. CRAMER. . . I'Vllft?1'f0'ZU7l', N. Y. Phi Sigma Kappa: Class 'l'i'e:isurcr 123: Chairman Finance Committccg Student Council f3jg Class Football C11 C21 REX P. CRANSON. . . . . . Bronsozi Var:-:ity Baud 12D CSD Hmmc E. IJICMING .... .Jaclcxmz Psi Omega XViiT.'l'l2R NV. DIQNIG .... Cmwoji, O. Psi Omega JOHN EDWIN Donczn . . . Oakley, Kam. Xi T'si Phi ,., ,f ww ,V .g.,3,:f ' - :K Dental Seniors G1-:mmm D. DRUDGE . ..... f',I1'lA'l'll A1.nl1:u'r W. E1cs'ru1aN . Piqzwilu-rg, S. flfrim Xi Psi Phig S. A. Union: Cosmopolitan Club F. 1-IAuor.n Esslc . . I'IIRAM B. FAsslz'r'1', Ju. HICNRY C. FUNK1-:Y . GARLAND Gmc. . lSMlclzAI.11 J. GARI.oc1c Class Track K1cNN1a1'H R. GIBSON . . . Uu':vr1yi1IC Ht'lIllfllgf0lI, VI. . . . .S'4'lI1m'l' . C'u1l.x'Ia11li111' . 1f'fll'uII.vlf1 . I.!Illl'llllII ' ' il Two Hundred Eleven 1 96 A I9 4 l -. P i tt V L.. T-wo Hundred Twcwa Dental Seniors I. OIl'1'ON GOODSELL, JR. . . . . .Saginaw Delta Sigma Deltag Griffinsg Saginaw Clubg Var- .sity Football Team C35 Class Athletic Managerg Class Football QU FRANK A. GORMAN. . .... Saginaw WILLIAM J. Goumz. . . Middlrport, N. Y. WM. HENLEY GRAHAM ..... Dcfroit J. H. HALEY . . . . Ogdcusllurg N. Y. Psi Omega GERALD GRAHAM HALL. . . . .Dvlroit Delta Sigma Deltag Phoenix Clubg Round-Up Club SIGNE I'IAMAl.AlNliN . . . .Ann Arbor BIDWELL C. HANSIEN .... Butte, Mont. Xi Psi Phi: Montana Club: Class Vice-Presi- gentcfllgjg-Class Basketball 121 1335 Class Foot- El f 1 i 4-J! Dental Seniors FuEnEmcK JQOSICPH HENRY. JlIary.wil1v, Kaus. Psi Omcgag Round-Up Club: Kansas Club: Class President 131g Class Basketball 1135 Class Foot- ball CU R1cnAan U. I'l:lRNVAS . . . . ffiilillll Psi. Omega PAUL JOHN I-Iorfr . . . . . Iintlvr, Pa. Xi Psi Phi: Keystone Club EDGAR A. TIONEY ...... Kalamazoo Della Sigma Delta LEWIS EDWIN lPluo1-ER . . . . .lf'iclm'ia Bl'IR'l' V. INc:1.l-1 . . Cain- Town, Africa South African Union M1XNI.Y L. JAMES, jk. .... Yjwxilfuzti Delta Sigma Dellag Alpha Tau Omega HAl:ol.n J. JONES ..... Alffmua, Pa. Xi Psi Phig Keystone Club 8 . ,Q ,,'. W,-.fm . ' 2- '-'ffiiiif "vs , rj,-'fm XM ,Z ,kg 1 , ' IU-L Qi Ziff' ,l -' W, ix: 1 if. ,.W'1.l A '. , I "AQ .1 - Tis: . .47 A 1 4 ,gig-."' I , , ,ff 1 ' W- wir-:Q .L tw -g. up fgfgw- ,l xl. ,. X X' . x 'I gin Q A f A f 42 -i - - .' X A s V Two l'l1mdr."d 'I'lzirtccn . 43'-'xjgydrfi ' .Q ,L- Two H luzdrml Fourteen Dental Seniors VIC'FOll R. KAUFMAN. . . . . lauia FRANCIS HOXVAIlD ICELLY . . Madrid, N. Y. Delta Sigma Delta G. EUGENE IQLAVIER .... Grand Haven HAIIRY S. LAML1z1N ..... Port Huron Xi Psi. Phi DHILVE D. LANGLOIS . . .Dclroit Psi. Omega HliliBhIli'l' H. LICHTIG .... Mt. CILLHLCIIS Mt. Clemens Club JOHN L. LUNBEHG ...... Lanxing Psi Omega Varsity Band L25 C3jg Symphony Orchestra flj QZJ ALBEW1' MACDONALH . hawnfvart, Wasil. Round-Up Club ,. lt, Q i 4L'.,s, Dental Seniors Romcirr MCl,JlJNAl.ll ..,.. Par! Iolurmz Xi Psi Phi Pllaxiiiucic J. Mmmls . Ru!u'rl.vtm, .SI Afrira South African Union Clams. ,l. lWARClNKIEXV1liZ .... .Di-frail Delta Sigma Deltag Polonia Literary Circleg Class Baseball QU WM. ,IIQNNINGS BRYAN lvhxscm. . .Sagizzfzzu Delta Sigma Deltag Saginaw Club A. Roumrr MIEI.Cl-Ilili. Killzlwrlvy, S. .flfrifa Cosmopolitan Clubg S. African Union: "Magic Carpet" and "All Nation Revue" Carts CLARIQNCIQ G. MlI.I.I2ll . . . .Detroit Xi Psi Phi DoNAr.n L. Mrrcl-:ELL . . . . . Leslie Psi Omegag Round-Up Clubg Owlsg I-Hop Committeeg Associate Editor Micliiganensian C33 ELWOOII W. Momns. . Prrry tom., 1 Two Hundred Fifteen Two H11 udrcd .S'i:vtee n Dental Seniors JOHN M. O'LliAIiY . . Corllmzd, N. Y. OTHO CARL Osuoxuv. . . MIlllf!jfIlI1l'7'j' Mom SAMUEL PERLIS . . Tolvda, O. Glcoumc M. Pla'1'1aRs0N ...... Dalroit Chjairman Finance Committee C335 Mandolin Club 1 VERNE EDWARD PIJPIQRSON. . Axlilalzula, O. Psi Omega Lowlula I. Polman .... Grand Kapidx Xi Psi Phi: Phylong Auditing Committee C313 Varsity Band C23 C335 Symphony Orchestra QU C23 C33 CA1cLYl.1i BAx'rmc RA'rmzU1eN.WuIcotl, N. Y. Psi Omegag Round-Up CLAmeNClc A. REmaN'1'1scH. .Grand Rapids Varsity Band C23 C35 QE-r l l . W i 'yi 5115.9 K if- fg A M avg: Y in inn N Dental Seniors Ar.nmz'r G. R111111-:RING . .Grand Rapids 'l'l5kRY J. 1QOIlIiR'I'S . . . . .Mnplvlx'ap1'ds Psi Omega Runlcm' A. Ross ....... Dvlroil I.. J. SC1-mlm' . . .Willowzzmrzy S. Africa Psi Omega ALBIQIQT SIQELIQ. . . l'l'vIIl'll7ll?'fj, S. Af7'l'CU Cosmopolitan Club: S. African Union G. F. Srtlzlflfll-11.11. . . . . Bcllvwm, O. Psi Omega MA'I"l'1IliNV O. SIVULA . . Islzpezning HILDA M.SM1'r1r. . . .... Dftroit Class Secretary Q25 Two ilu ndrcd Srvcnlrfen l l l 19 I8 I Dental Seniors CLAYTON li. S'rlav1iNs .... Ismay, Mont. X Class President C13 FRANK NV. S'1'oc1c'roN . . Jnzufxvlmwl, N. V. Xi Psi Phi Omvi-:iz M. S'rRoNr: . , . . Milclzvll, S. II. Delta Sigma Deltag Round-Up Club NKVRIGYVL' Swlcl-71' . . . Nnrllz Baltz'nmrr', O. Delta Signm Delta EARL H. Trcmzicr.. .- . . . . livlroil GIQRHARD E. THRUN .... Ann .flrlwr Round-Up Club: Class Football Q21 FRIQIIIQRICK Homme TINSMAN. Klum z'11'bor Delta Upsilon: Delta .Jigma Delta: Class Ath- letic Director 1115 Class Football C135 Glee Club C21 C35 C45 C653 Union Opera C32 HJ: Choral Union CU C23 C31 Pi-:rl-:ie C. 'l'lucL1iAvEN .... I.!lll.Tf1lg Rouurl-Up Club: Glce Club CID Two Hundred Eighteen Dental Seniors CLYDE E. Tu'i"ri.ia ...,. . lonia Delta Sigma Delta MiI.I.A1m R. Twlss ...... lava, N. Y. Psi Omugag Varsity Band C25 13? Fmcn A. VAN RIVER . . . . Hartford Psi Omega I. ANTIIONV VANIHQNISOSCII . Grand Rafridx Piclilw V. NfV1r1'rAiil-:le ..... Flint Dcltu Sigma Dehag Round-Up Club H. liimoi. XVi1.1,mMs. . .iYn1'-:my MAX M. NV1I.l.iAMs ..... .Ozumvxo ' Psi Omega: Union Secretary Q35 N N1zxvi.ANns A. VVILLIAMS . . Por! flnron Xi Psi Phi Two Himdred Nineteen Here They Are l IQHOLD! Secret ballots reveal many surprises and these surprises represent the ballot judgment of that great composite of intelligence, the 1918 Dental Class. Those whose ,names do not appear on this page should not be discouraged but rather, if, it were proper, we should offer you our hearty congratulations. These little eccentricities of our classmates represent the truly human phase of our college life. "Fat" Goodsell was unanimously chosen as the most popular man, but they say "Sister" Treleaven looks very much disappointed. 1 I After several recounts Miss Smith and Miss Hamelainen were elected the prettiest gir s, "No man has ever passed my course without buying a freshman outht-" Dr. lfVhitman. Speak up boy! Tell him who you are and receive the honor. The dental world was recently startled by "Swede" Klavers' thesis on "Magill Bands on Molars for Rotation of lncisorsf' .X new man has joined the band-Dr. Hoff by name. . The All-American Football Team led by Capt. Hansen: Full Back ...... HT'lliNRYH Pl2RF1lCI.I7 Left Half. . Hlalilillffu AIQOZIAN Right Half . HSISTICRM TRIQLIQAVEN Quarter Back . iiABSEN'If,, Ross Left End. . "CoRPoRAI." I'10OPER Right End "C1.ARizNc13" FUNKEY Left Tackle . HJERRYU HALL Right Tackle . "BA'r'ri.ING" IQAUFMAN Left Guard . "RED" GRAHAM Right Guard . "HvPo" LICI-tru: Center ..... "Mols" .l'1:R1.1s Leo Beger is still training in the South. "Dutch VandenBosch and "Hank" Starikoff were chosen utility men. One of the doctors reported that a student was discovered sealing desensitizing paste in a cavity he had prepared on a Davis crown. No one speakslll , Please take careful notes on this lecture as you will not find them in any book. -Dr. Rickert. "Pee-wie" Whittaker and "Bob" Melcher entered the contest for their fussing abil- ity, but "Pee-wie" seemed to have gotten away the best. . In the handsome-man class "Levon" Arozian with his rosy complexion and beauti- ful hair, especially after coming in contact with the alcohol lamp, took iirst place. However, several fellows nominated "Matthew" Sivula and "lid" Honey. Our class is void of any real grinds, but we will give "Bill" Mason that most cov- eted honor. Opinions varied as to the most enjoyable course, but Orthodontia led over Thera- peutics. "Friday" Andrews and "Bill" Mason as questionnaires, "Sleepy" Hirwas and "Cor- poral" Hooper should also be mentioned. Seven of our class play in band and several belong to the Glee'club. "Fat" Goodsell proved to be a credit to the varsity football team. Oh! Doctor. I You wouldn't sacrifice time for good judgment, would you ?- Mr. Thrun. - D. L. M. Two Hu ndrcd Twenty D1cN'rAI, SICNIORS Tivo lIln1u'rr'd Tu'cnlyAmlc 'College of Pharmacy Aixiso Buimi-:'r'r S'rlcx'icNs, I'h. C., l'h. D., Dean HIC Colleg'e of l'harmacy was organized in 1868 as a part of the College of Litera- ture, Science and the Arts. The lirst degree was conferred in 1869. ln 1876-7 the college was reorganized as a separate department of the University. From the lirst class the college combined laboratory methods of instruction with class work whenever practicable. In 1897 the Iirst degree of 13. S. in Pharmacy was conferred. The requirements for entrance and the number of hours required for graduation in the ll. S. degree have always been the same as for other similar collegiate degrees given by this University. l3eginning with the fall of 1913, the College of Pharmacy ottered three degrees, requiring a tvvo years' course for the degree of .l'h. G., a three years' course for l'h. C. degree, and a four years' course for ll. S. degree. In the fall of 1917, the course leading to the degree of l'h. ti. was dropped and now only the de- grees of l'h. C. and Il. S. are given. The entrance requirements for these degrees are graduation from an approved high school or its equivalent as found by examination by the university examining committee. Since the completion of the new Chemistry and Pharmacy building in 1910, the col- lege has had advantages of line commodious quarters, with as complete working equip- ment as could be desired. There is an abundance of apparatus for regular work and class illustration, a Hue prescription room with modern equipment, and also a splendid library, including recent publications and periodicals of chemistry and pharmacy. Two llrrmlrvzi T'zvrn1!y-Iwo JULIUS O. SCIII.O'I"I'lCRliIECK As :1 partial expression of their high regard for the man and the teacher, the grate- ful friencls and pupils of Dr. Julius O. Sehlotterheelc cledieute this section ofthe lX'lICll- 1f:ANl':NsmN to the memory of their lute Dean. All who are so fortunate as to have made his acquziintzmee are inspired by the vigor of his scholarship and lmenefitecl by the radi- ance of his amiable personality. Although it came to an untimely end, his life never- theless renclerecl notahle service to his pupils, to his college, :incl to the world. Two Illllldlifd T'1c'c11ty-tlzrcv 1918 Pharmical Class Oflicers ERN15s'r R. CRANIIALL . President ALIPREU F. BLACK . . . Vice-President M. EI.1zAB1s'1'H IDUNLAP . . Secretary NfVlr,1.1AM I. BONlS'I'IEEI. . . Treasurer Two Hundred Twenty-four 1918 Pharmical Class Committees Iwuilatiou ' Cane HENRY C. VAIQNUINI, Chairman ALFRE11 F. BLAcK,,Chai1-man DOUGAL J. HILLIEIQ JUSTIN L. POWERS Miclzigaifzensiaaz ELMER H' VVIRTH HERSCHEL B. MCWILI.IAMS, Chairman Ff"f"'f'f ARTHUR J. ZUVER ERNEST R. CRANRALI., Chairman VERNE G. EAEGLE M. ELIZABETH DUNLQP Cap and Gown XIVILLIAM J. BONISTEIEL M. ELIZABETH DUNLAP, Chairman WILLIAM J. BONISTEEL HAROLD W. GAUDY Two Humired Twenty-five History of the 1918 Pharmacy Class T was in the fall of 1914, shortly after the Great War started, that some fifty odd men declared a mental war of their own and came to Ann Arbor with the intention of capturing with unconditional surrender the knowledge of how to roll pills, analyze foods, capture the elusive bacillus, and to spot various Solanaceae. Upon alightiii from the train they were immediately attacked by robbers disguised as taxicab drivers, but the enemy was repulsed with only a few casualties and the in- vaders at the top of the hill saw before them the promised land. Rooms were rented from another enemy, the Ann Arbor Landladiesg their names were written in a hundred different places at the Secretary's Office and the struggle began. Miss Elizabeth Dunlap lead the first year's charge and Pharmacy I, Botanies 5 and l0, Math, and a few minor subjects were easily overcome and cast aside for greater things. I-Iuston's should' not be forgotten at this time as it was there that they recuperated for a fresh attack on the enemy. After a sunnner's rest they returned for a new campaign, and by the use of much midnight oil, Physics, German, and Pharmacog were captured and cast aside. Whether the midnight oil was used entirely for this purpose or not cannot be stated. Don Cross was the leader. A second time they returned, fewer but wiser. VVirth led them, and at the end of the year it was found that they were still fewer in number because some had listened to and heeded the call of the Greater War. Carl Thorington, David Smedburg, and John H. Smith enlisted during the junior year. And now on the last lap the number is further decreased. Some have fallen by the wayside, but more have gone into Uncle Samis service. With lf. R. Crandall at the head, the last attack has been made and the enemy is completely subduedg the last Blue Book has been written, and victory is won. It is hoped that "The Four Years WVar" has not been waged in vain,-that each member of the class may, with credit to him- self, apply his training toward the alleviation of troublesome maladies among his mor- tal brethren. Two Hundred Twmzty-six PHARMICAL Slcmolzs Two lluudrcd 7"wvnly-.rrrcn Two Hundred Twcniy-sight Pharmical Seniors OTIS N. AUER. . . . 1. .Sta1n1tou, Ill. Prescott Club Amman F. BLACK .... Tifazffmve City Alpha Chi Sigma: Aristolochiteg Phi Lambda Upsilong Prescott Club WILLIAM J. BONISTEEI. .... Ami Arbor Phi Delta Chig Prescott Clubg Class Treasurer C43 ERNEST R. CRANDALL .... 4 .Ami Arbor Aristolochite: President Prescott Club C453 Class President C43 M. ELIZABETH DUNLAP. . Oalejield, N. Y. Iota Sigma Pig Prescott Club: Class Secretary C37 C47 DOUGAL J. HILLlER ...... Flint Phi Delta Chi: Round-Up Clubg Prescott Club: Varsity Band C4D HERSCHEI. B. MCVVILLIAMS . . . . . . . . . . . W'a.vhmgton. Ind. Phi Delta Chig Aristolochiteg Associate Editor Michiganensian C4J: Student Council C33 C4J: I-Hop Committee C33 NICHOLAS S. MILLER .Ro11tleo11koma, N. Y. Prescott Clubg Class Treasurer C339 Class Athletic Manager CSD: Indoor Baseball C23 Pharmical Seniors HAROLD C. STORICK . . . Berrien Spring.: Phi Delta Chi: Prescott Clubg Class Secretary 111 PAULINE M. TRssM1sR ..... Ann Arbor Prescott Club Russsu. A. THOMAS. . . . . Lawton Prescott Club: Class Vice-President C453 Varsity Band C41 HENIQY C. VARNUM . .... Jomnwillv Prescott Club: Varsity Band 14D ELMER H. W1R'rH . . . .S'andn.vley, O. Alpha Chi Sigma: Phi Lambda Upsilong Aris- tolochiteq Sandusky Clubg Class President LSD: Varsity Band 121 C33 C45 JAMES A. XIVYMAN . . . . Fonda, N. Y. Phi Delta Chi: Prescott Club V ARTHUR J. ZUVER . . . . Tionesta, Pa. Fl? Delta Chip Prescott Clubg Class Baseball l Two Hundred Twenty-mne what i Homeopathic Medical School X'Vll.l4I2R'l' ll. l'T1NSI7Al.lC, A.M., MD., Dean HE Homeopathic Medical School was established under act of the State Legisla- ture as one of the departments of the University in 1875. It affords the unex- celled advantages of a university department. Residence in a community of stu- dents pursuing a great diversity of professional subjects is itself of much cultural value. It aims to give the student who is prepared to register in its classes a thorough training in medicine and surgery and bases its therapeutics upon the idea that the homeopathic principle is an adequate and successful guide in the selections of medicine. The school places emphasis upon the objective or clinical methods of instructiong such methods can be carried out only in a properly equipped hospital under entire control of a staff of competent teachers and demonstrators. The University Hospital Ql-lomeo- pathicj is in the immediate vicinity of all university activities, being just across the street from the original campus, occupying a large space of ground so that its expos- ures to light and free atmosphere cannot be impeded. The hospital is conceded to be one of the hnest structures of the University, is always the scene of practical work which is carried on primarily in the interest of instruction, and secondarily that those who are attracted to its service may receive the most careful and skillful attention. A feature of this department is a laboratory for pathogenetic experimental work. There are two nurses' homes in connection with the hospital training school, and some small shacks for the purpose of demonstrating the "open air" methods of treating tuberculosis. lt also has a fully equipped clinical laboratory with a skillful director in charge. There is a separate building for the lying-in patients, also a building for the departmental offices. ' Two Ililndrcd Thirty Docrou XV. A. DEWEY To us who know him a profound scholar, To the people a valued friend, And to the profession an honored educator. Two lf1Hld1'L'd Thirtymnc' 1918 Homeopathic Class OHSICCTS BYRON W. MAI.P'lifJlll . EDWARD C. Swnmxs . GARTH W. Bomucmz . HUGH I. STRATHEARN . . . . . COMMITTEES Iwvitatiou J. D. CooNs, Chairman E L. H. GRICE Cam: and Senior Memorial J. H. STAACKE, Chairman L. J. Bovn Two Hundred Thirty-two President Vice-President Treasurer Sccrctary Cap and Gown H, J. S'rRA1'HEAnN, Chairman O. RIGGLE , C lass Day C. S. EMERY, Chairman C. B. PILLSBURY ' H. W. Guovnn . History of the 1918 Homeopathic Class H13 members of the class of 1918 were born, reared and graduated under the low- ering brow of Mars. The great struggle was but an echo to us in 1914, today every mail brings us word from our graduates over there. We hope also to go, and once there, in those blackened wastes who shall say that we will not look back and see again the quiet campus and hear the chimes even as these men have done. We are supposedly writing class' history but it comes to us that the real history of the class of 1918 is yet to come, for we are not going to be separated, each man to his chosen field as in peaceful times, but we are going together and we hope to carry the Michigan banner to greater fields, in a greater cause. The class has passed through the four years with no increase or decrease in member- ship, two men dropped back and two were added. The first two years were passed with only an occasional celebration when Malfroid got through a course. Boyd, the Light- ning Pathologist, won fame by always getting out hrst every clay from Path. Lab. and Boericke is considered an authority on Physiology Con. Examinations, Emery has too clean a record to be interesting and Johnson would start to argue given the slightest cause. Strat is our most bloodthirsty member and Shaw the athlete of the class. All but one of our members have selected the army but Stebbins is going to pace the quarterdeck-no mud for old immaculatus. Come to think of it, the army will have a few specialists in this class-there is Grover, our seed man, who sows seed when he is not studying Path. Pillsbury, roentgenologist, gloats over impacted fractures rife on the western front. Coons loves to rustle the test tubes and plays chess on the side. By unanimous consent Louie Grice has been detailed as Home Guard over Billy Voigt, our alien enemy. Voigt is the only man who has penetrated the sancta sanctorium of Dr. Wfarthin and has come away unscathed. Nvith the going of this class the I. O. F. F, disbands. No need to elucidate for this club though uncharted is a tender memory to all recent graduates-wartime neces- sity, and like the Ku Klux, it has served its purpose. The trials and cons of our medical education are safely passed-the pleasures of our associations we can still enjoy and cherish the memory of our Alma Mater. G. W. B. Two Hundred Thirty-threc Two Hundred Thirty-four Homeopathic Seniors GAli'l'H W. BOERICKE . .San Francisco, Cal. Beta Theta Pig Alpha Sigma: Associate Editor 1918 Michiganensiang Class Treasurer Q41 LINN I. BOYD ....... Lansing Alpha. Sigmag Student Council C43 JOHN D. CooNs ...... Lebanon, Ind. Pi Upsilon Rho CLAYTON S. EMERY . 1. . . Kenton, O. Alpha Sigma: Class Vice-President C135 Presi- dent C215 Secretary C31 LEWIS W. GRICE . . . . . St. Clair Alpha Sigma HARRY W. Gnovzn . . . . . Vassar Phi Alpha Gamma A. LLOYD JOHNSON . San Bernardino, Cal. Alpha Sigma A Homeopathic Seniors BYRON W. MALFnom ..... Houghton Alpha Sigmag Class President C4D: I-Hop Commit- tee C35 C. BURDETTE PILLSBURY . Minneapolis, Minn. Alpha Sigma OLIVER RIGGLE . .... Freewater, Ore. Phi Alpha Gamma JOHN H. STAACKE . . . Duluth, Minn. Alpha Sigma EDWARD C. STEBBINS. . . Brooklyn, N. Y. Theta Delta Chi: Pi Upsilon Rho HUGH I. STRATHEARN. . .Jackson Pi Upsilon Rho: Class Secretary Q45 I Two Hundred Thirty-ive Two '111flIll7'l'fI Tl1irly-:Lv IAlcm1au1'A'1'HlC Snxlons University of Michigan Training School for Nurses FANTINE PEMBERTON, R. M., Superintendent of Nurses HE University of Michigan Training School for Nurses, which was established by the University in 1891, offers to young women desirous of becoming professional nurses a course of practical and theoretical instruction extending over a period of three years. To maintain a high standard it has been deemed advisable to receive into the School only those having a diploma from a four-year high school recognized by the University or an equivalent of such instruction which in all instances is determined by the Literary Department of the University. By lectures and demonstrations the Hospital Staff and other members of the Med- ical Faculty assist Miss Pemherton, the Superintendent of the Training School, and her corps of eighteen graduate assistant nurses in the theoretical and practical training of the pupil nurses. The course of instruction has been arranged to meet the requirements of the Michigan State Board of Registration of Nurses and it is expected that each nurse upon graduation will take the examinations given by the Board and become a registered nurse. The University Hospital offers unusual advantages for the education of nurses. Its size and' scope make it unnecessary for the student nurse to go elsewhere for any branch of hospital work, since, in addition to a varied experience in the medical, surgical, gyne- cological and obstetrical wards, she receives systematic instruction in the Cl1lld1'CI'l,S, eye, ear, nose and throat, contagious and psychopathic wards. VVide experience is received in the operating rooms connected with the various departments of the Hospital. Two Hundred Thirty-scvcn ' 1 ,B I l ' Senior Nurses ELTZABETI-I JOHNSON. President VIRGINIA BRYANT . Vice-President IONI2 ORR . Secretary and Treasurer CLASS HISTORY , Three years-the lifetime of our class-have brought many changes in us as a class and in our surroundings, and in the staff at the head of our department. Our former in- structor, Miss Perry, left at the end of our iirst year for the superintendency of the hos- pital in Champaign, 111.5 the position of assistant superintendent left vacant by Miss VVare's marriage was taken by Miss McCready. Other changes in the personnel of the staff have been made from time to time. In the hospital itself we see many changes since our probation days. The old sec- ond floor nurses' home has been remodeled into a new Orthopedic ward. The third floor has been converted into class rooms. A medical out-patients' department has been estab- lished in the medical building, and a new Dermatology ward has been built. The old surgical supply room would scarcely be recognized by former graduates. This year there has been begun the affiliation of our school with various others about the state. The academic and theoretical side of our training is now- receiving more emphasis than formerly. Modern class rooms and an increase in the number of nurses make this possible. The third floor of Palmer Building has become an admirable place for class work, as it now includes lecture and demonstration rooms, laboratory, diet kitchen, din- ing-room, and rest rooms. Courses in sociology, chemistry, and physical culture have been added to the curriculum, while much more complete instruction in the other branches has been made possible. XVc who are leaving U. of M. Training School go into a world with ever increasing demands and possibilities. Varied memories are ours as we look back, and varied dreams and hopes are ours as we look forward to finding our particular niches to fill. , Two Hundred Thirty-eight Senior Allopathic Nurses LILLIAN BAIIID . . MARY ELLEN BLISI4 BONNIIQ BRONVN . OLIVIQ I. Buowx . :XI.II'Iz HIIAIIIIIIIW . VIIIGINIA IiIIvIxN'I'. . GLII:ssNI-'II CIxIzIIU'I'IIIaIIs EMMA l2c'I4IfIIcI,II . . . Nnrllz lfflllllfll . . JoI1I'.vz'i1IIr . Trczmxxclz . . . l'lyI1I.0utlI ldalm l"all.I', ldalm . . . 1101111111011 Yi. !lII!1I01Iy, Idaho . . . I1lll.0lI7f'iI1L' Two Hundred Thirty-nine L .., ,:.:l-., .- L .Lg -W, ,- ,-wx-.. .1 'H'-H Two H u mired Forty 4,7- Senior Allopathic Nurses ESTLE ELLSXVOR'l'l'l ELLEN I. FIICLII . ELEANOR FISCHICR JULIA Fm: . . DOROTHY FRANK VIOLET Home . MILDIQED Htsslav. . PEARL JAFFICRY . Ithica . Mason . . Bcldiug . Zllarion, Ind. . Besxcnzcr , . LC'U!'7'l.lIg Sfu'lrcm'11illc', O. . . Ironwood A .n 4 Senior Allopathic Nurses IEuzA1m'm A, JOHNSON IQATIIERINE LUTZ . . VVILIIELMINA MEYER . MILDRIED Moul-'ORD . . EMMA NN. O1.'rMAN . IONE ORR . . . JEAN P1c'rl-:rcs V. . . LILLIAN lf. Pl-:'1'1-IRSON . Lawlou . . Adrian . .Holland . IjlLf0lITll.Hl? . Obfrlin, O. . . . Mason lugfrsoll, Oni. . Hu1'lf'y, Hfis. i Two Hundred Forty-one 1 I x '1 W - 5 f QQ li , 3 . .pri ' - 1 1 L- ,, . .......Y a V, f.. -.N , . g M iff , fr N X I t . . .., M J! 11 ' ' "X J x ' Semor Allopathlc Nurses X A ., 5 - 1 N" Q X' Q ,fl J " BERNICE RET'r1c. . Garrett, Ind. X ' 'ff 5 ,RM f , ' ' . I x r in I RETHA ROBBINS. . Mendon, O. Q 1 j ' ' K R ,lm 1 g FAY WILLE . . Mflg Pleasant , f j i: 2: 1 x 1 1 ' V r P M . ' . X 31 ,I I .'45fiVi,f1' G , W f A .f11yff-lfff-A i 5 gql Alu' ,W-W 4-W. w- + - Q. -,Q NE, f w -A 1 - ' 2- " LKnf"mW1 f ,K ,, , - X ,,JlL,,i---.AQ L ' 'N '-it -- ' 1 XX,-' vf' 2 I 5- ' ' f- Q, I -, V h X 7,7 1' ' -5 -fl' W4 ' fm , ' - , -f - , 'Q 'ig A .ei w',, ., . , 4 5 ' Q ,af - 1- + X L ,rug X YQ., ?75,p,,,',5 . ,. If ,j mit -f i 1 w , A . .- 'V9,44Q, I ,Ng ,,-- . ' 1 I - 1 - ,, 'QM fe--v.. , f- - ,- ,4 ? wa x . - 2 +- ' - ' 7 r im ' . 34k"3mf11'ff4"" ""' ' ' '-FIV: l , ll ' ' r' - 4 - P , .. Y? APIW -,.f-139.2 ' - - ", . 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KJ, -- 2' S 1 A Ii 'A ' ' '--1?-'df' f7:-1512752-fi? -SW . -- - - 'Q-iff"--mls af' - ---,Z-if-rf T'vf"'f- aa B A' ' 'S' . . "' - -,:.',1,5,v,:,-I'F:4.Q,k , limlfww ,-M35 "-A W "" MMM '- 1 A' -V ..,,. ' gy", 1 qi 5 J . . ' 1 4 M A' EQ.. - ' ' . '- 3' N , -LA.. ,.,..,-,,...........,f.:::....,..........,-.n.-m----w- ' ""' M-------N ---f ' 1 fQff'fQQfffQfQQiQ'QfQ,ff W x"m' 1 9 1 8 M'mQf...fifMf.'.'.w..T.m.... .J Two Hundred Forty-two J I l l f.. f, Senior Homeopathic Nurses ETHEI. E. A1.m2RMAN . . Ruxhtawn N M ANTOINE'I"1'E S. ALGER . . Clarkiv Lake MYRA E. BEEBILA . .Dclroil H: . As'rRm DAHLBERG . . . . Excanaba fi Class Treasurer ' . C. W I ' A ff' EVA L. GRAHAM . . Waterloo, Ia. SQXV. ' . . , is FRANCES HILL. . . .Aim Arbor I ' A , .,, A' V 5LQ'5f,gfj ' Bass M. Kmuon . - Arcadza r '71 - 1- .. .-'nu I Q. ' f - Egg' . A 1 Ht 1EJVVw,v-' AL I , r W W .A T4 .fs - LAL?" ' " .sv gg-lr! 9,iJImf:fw :f?.?:i..A1gf,w f fi 1' Q ' 3f1wl1W It i..lli"55f 1'f-1 ' 'I . 3 1, V ami.. . .,.i,w,: . I 1 or g: 221.16 ' fr .A f 1 TV .ego A fiisw-... A ' 4 'r A- 2 . ' , 3.149 175' I J 5 'Q ,4- xuj-:.v..f, i w B ' ' , G, ," 11' Y X . .,':l.'z.,,e- '.n,'J"' 13. . wa .A . 1-. aft: ' , . . I fi M. 1, 4 317'sff,L..g-3. .. ga 4. ' ffsyi'-f 1 - ' 5 fi.,-'Ik y ' - H sf.. ' An-.Fld pol 1 . 31 ui ' ' W fwwmw-rum-un -MH re-. www-.1 .l:'r-ufrvapxfm,-.vw l'TL'h2V2"Pfl"' ---u -.3-lr gf, .np ee. 1 I Two Hundred Forty-three X A 4 1 , Q.. Senior Homeopathic Nurses MABEL MAUN . . . . . Benton Harbor Class Vice-President Arm' PARDON. . La Salle SARA PURTELL . . 4. . . . .Amt Arbor Class Pfesident RUTH RENWICK . '. Detroit ETHVL SPARLING . . Mason MINERVA WEI.l.S . . Ithica fi". 1 ' v mt :, ' 'Ln '3 'V : 1' 'eff 4 A QI, ' -iiwzt A T ' t"'Mff'l ,C t ' t 'nf' 1 Two Hundred Forty-four . A Q3 UNHCQRS HEJCONCIEVES-AND UNKNOWINGLY ' RE FINENIENTOFGRACE AND-BEAUTYSPEIXK' TO-HIM ' UNRESFOF MIND- URGE5'HlM ON 5 K . ,Jw 53 QU 1919 Literary Class Ofiicers JOSEPH H. Bnomcmcx ...... President FRANCES H. MACDONALU Vice-President ANNA F. NIACNIAHON . Secretary GIQRALU T. NVI4I . . . Treasurer WILLIAM. J. Kl'1NNlCli . . Oratorical Delegate VERA ANIDRUS . . Womexfs Oratorical Delegate Two Hundred Forty-six 1919 Engineering Class Oflicers C. T. VAN DUSEN . . . . . President HARRY J. MACIC . Vice-President W. R. CRUSH . Treasurer NV. C. BAnR1'r'r Secretary Two Hundred Forty-seven 1919 Mecflical Class Oflicers C. E. Rosmc . . . President MARGARIE1' A. MILLER . . Vice-President C. E. BAGLEY . . Secretary R. M. MCICEAN . Treasurer Two Hmzdrrya' Forty-eight O. P. LAMBERT S. J. SLAVENS E. D. KIRKBY L. L. PoLLocK NV. E. Bunny . Auditing . Finance . Social . Advisory. 1919 Law Class Officers President Vice-Prvsidcnt Secretary Treasurer . . . . . . . . Oratoricnl Delegate CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES . . . . . . C. L. Kixul-'MAN . J. W. SARGIQN1' D. T. LICKONIQ O. P. L,x:x1nER'l' Clix officiol Two Hundred Forty-nine M, H. Mules H. G. Licwls . .X. C. Scuiuiucu . A. H. 130141-lx1.l-:IN . F. W. BURTON Two Hundred Fifty 1919 Dental Class Officers President Vice-Prcsiclcnt Sccrctziry 'lfrcusurur Cllziirmzm Social Committee 1919 Architectural Class Officers C1 l.XRl.l-IS J. SUl.1,lx',x N lJl':i.1c:H'l' Swisxiax' . SAMUHI. NV1liNl2R . I-.Vxi'izi4:xt'1c S. lvliuwz Fizlcm-:lueli J, Z0liI.I.IN CHARL1-ns M. Xolrrox NVAL'rER M. Nrtzi-:x'r President Vice-President Secretary 'I're:1surcr Se1'gc:mt-at-Arms CilZiil'l11ill'l Social Committee Chairmzm Finance Committee , Q Y , -'rl " il Two Hundred I-'iffy-one Two Hfmdred Fifty-Iwo IUNIORS JUNIORS Two Iluudrca' FiffyAllzrre 1 , f ',. Fx .X l . ' :- 4 im: lllrlnlrml lfiffylff L. ' W r 4 ,..,. 5' ltf. 4 I U 1" K 1 sf .' '- 1 f 1 ,.A 1 . Ls ...., ,,, f S,.':- I: -. P JS .' A Suv.-14' ' j ' -Ma,c6, u YV. 9 .1 fi I '.,L"L1'ri" A I, 55.941 . ,M-., ,,.,.,.,,,, '12 A 1 A 9 ,. , 3 A . , ,.Du.4iq,,f-, VNIORS ,I Vwmlcs ff A Q - X2 ,X va llnmlrvfl Fifly-.viv LIN IVI'IRSI'I'Y H1Xl.I T . I 1 I I 1920 Literary Class Oflicers Imvm A. Foam:-:S . ELSIIC L. Elm-:Y . lXLx1uaul5re1'l'l2 CHAIIIN Cummlcs B. S'1'1auN1a1z RICHARD A. Fousv'ru IJouo'rHv IJ. W1r.1.mMs Two Hundrrd Fifty-cigln President Vice-P1'esirle11t Secretary Treasurer Oratorical Delegate NVomcn's Oratorical Delegate 1920 Engineering Class Oflicers CARI. T. HQGAN . . . . . President CARL O. BARTON . . Vice-President JOHN T. DICKINSON . Treasurer JOSEPH V. TRACY . . Secretary W'.xI.no G. H:XliIilili'l'. . Oratorical Delegate Two llnmlrvd Fifty'-nine N. F. MlI.l.IiR C. R. SMITH H. R. MOOIIE J. A. Kr-:RWIN Two Hundred Sixty 1920 Medical Class Officers President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer R. K. ST. CLAIR M. D. CAMPBELL MARGARET Hrzssox ' I. D. WATTS . A. W. Bovn . 1920 Law Class Offlcers President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Oratorical Delegate Two Hundred Sixty-one 1920 Dental Class OfHcers F. B. CHILI. . . Prcsiclcnt S. C. BROWN . . Vice-President I". F. Suacril. . . Trcasurcr M. VV. FROST . . Secretary Two Hundred Sixty-two Sm-1 1 oxmulas Tivo llnmlrml Sixty-Ill 44 Two ll n mired Sixty-four S01-Holvrolms S01-1-umoluas 'CLI' nw: llnmlrm SOP! IOM ORICS 'v I 2. 1921 F 111211 j. P12'r'rv. . DOROTHY HERMANN .ELINOR D. LEONARH LEE M. WOODRUI-'I-' . . MARGARWL' O. Mc:IJOxlx1.n AL1mR'r C. JACOBS . . Finance Enwlx G. BOVILLE, Ch Tim lllrmiwrl' .S'i.riy-mglll Literary Class Oflicers . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Oratorical Delegate Oratorical Delegate COMMITTEES Social GEORGE DUI-'1-'11fLn ELEANOR C. Svlcxelslc AI.m2n'r E. I'II'I'CI-ICOCK RAYE. LOUNSBURY Amen E. COMLOSSY Bl-:Annexe N. .BICCKWITII Wrzsmcv L. Nl"l"I'IEN, ju. Auditing airmau RAYMONn R. S1-movlsu, Chairman 1921 Engineering Class OECCTS ,fosmfu P. WINCHIQLL CLARENCE N. JOHNSTON Ronlam' H. BROWN . LAWRENCE B. SIMS. JAMES A. S1-ENCE . President Vice-President T1'CllSlll'Cl' Secretary Oratorical Delegate Two J'Illll!fl'l'd Si.rty-:lim 1921 Medical Class Of'Hcers J. W. Hlau-'lucu . KA'rHlcmNlc A. RAIIICIQ . L. R. VVAY . . W. G. COWAN. Honor E. P. CA'r1-lcAu'1', Clmirmzul NIARY I. Bmucn 1.. W. FAUST W. P. C0014 D. W. Bucl:M.xs'1'r:u Finaucz' VV. T. HOTQIHIQISS, Cllairmau V1o1.A M. YOUNG L. R. WAY J. VV. HEI.FlilCH W. G. COWAN Two Hundred Sevenry . . . . COMB ll TTEES . President . Vice-President . Secretary . Tl'CIlSllI'Cl' .S'm'ial A. D. Rum-imc, Cluxirman C. H. McC.xu'rx' F. A. BO'l'l'lIi M.'xur:Amc'1' R. ,REYNOLIIS HI-:LIQN SLAUml'l'12R Audiliug F. L. R. SNVIIER, Clmirmun H. B. NICCALLUM -D. I. Suc,z.xR I, A TWU llnmlrml .N'1':'r'I1l,x'-ff m "xg cw, M K sk I ,X ,, . , 1 3 Y -. 1, xy, ."w.--'-2: tn,-r, ' M "' 1' H. ., -' I -'Y 'ffl , 'Y"R'.: 3 M1 Y " ' f Q.. 'L".'H""'j'4l1 'f N414 ' ffl tw E . ' H " fq3'?"v f fw w?2us'11ww.f.ff we - - f 2. - f x 'M .A Q 'V-I-..L:ef,.?1:.'1" Itvsflw K, . r ' , v .ea.", ' I X , K V I v . 1 v . Q 1 , . X H... V , fe' - 1 . 1 I . 1 ,I . n A nn f ' 1 f . I .1 ., v 1 K ,x I Y 1 ll A Y ' A ' a X -- - .. , V X . 1 w V , , " . . , . . 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Hl'1XVI.l'I'1' 7'wa Ilnndrfd Seventy-four FOOTBALL BA.S'El3f4 LL Gr-:ORf:xi xVAI.'l'liRll0l'Sl'I BASKETBALL J. ORTON GOOIJSIQLI. JOSEPH A. HANISII CJSCAR P. LAMmaR'r Cmcs'1'l5R C. MORRISON XKVTLBURT E. RYE CLIFFORD M. SPARKS ELTON W. VVIEIMAN R101-r.xRn F. Wnslclc FXRCHIE B. VVESTON XYILLIAM K. NIIQMANN GVY A. Rmcm Ifxmlcs I. MCCl,IN'I'0ClC EHWARR E. RUZICKA RALPH O. RYCHICNIZR uf A .1 'I-1" t Q f. . . . Q ... .. ...... .... .... . ..... v, ...E . 1 3... .. .. . .UW ye Wi1,.ARE,,E?L.f:s : ..,,, .f . x I' I' . .ax I7 5 L,.1,.s...w W 'TE"B.E:.. '- v my V l"OO7'l3.fll.l. Crimes.:-:s P. BlCA'I'll Lula lioxme I-IARQLU M. Cmamev 1-Ion.'xu'r M. BmMlNm:HAM Ronlxxn C. Coolflau Ronlclu' 13. DANCER Flu-:IJ A. GARIIQI-Y BURIlI'I'l"l'li Gm-:NN JOHN Y. Hlxlnmu H. H. H.ORWlTZ WAI.'r1aR C. Jon-INS W1u.r.xxr li. ICIRCIIGICSSNER ' Nxcnoms 15. l3Au'rz L. O. li. l.1xns'rlecm Bf'l.S'lili'. ILL BASIC I 5 'I 'IM LL Cl.'R'l'lS C. LA'r11e ,I 0 H N H. li M I-ZRY Tnmms C. 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ICING Howmm F. Rowucv I 4 A 3, M fr 1 xh. uiilgilua ,f'LZZ1' ," flismq ,Jr JLL""" I vgrfffg' u hy' nuulnplj .-fl V, sf' fl if if 3, gang! 525. .Mx . 5f:5f?Q"'7'f'f'17'in,h 'bil' -V N GN, .sy L N. I I 'f I I X 1917 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM CA R'1-xx' 11 1 fi 1 1 '11 CEL VER GOETZ CRL's15 BIORRISOX L.xx1u12R'1' XX 155192 CO1-IIQX FoR'1'1'N1a B1xRTE1.M12 Goovsnu. S1'.X1:Ks BOYD XX 121x1.xx HXNIS11 RYE GENEBAC1-1 FROE 31 KE XX'Es'rox Center l FIELIJING H. YOST Cu.xm.1is F. Roos Head Coach Sfl1fI'l'lIl llffanagvr 1917 Varsity Football Team l"1-znmc C. Smrrn . l:Ilil.lllNG H. Yom' . l'mQN'r1ss lJol1m.As:1 Roni-:wr XAXATSON . Hixlzkv 'llU'I'HlLL . PHILLIP G. BAle'rlcl.1x114: . Cir.-ximcs lf. Boos . J. DUNCAN CAMERON . llox.-xml M. Smzlmczi-:re . Ci-mimics P. HIQATH Cz1M:1D . Ll-:I-3 A. l5oNAle Qzxlvlztj , . ALAN VV. Bovn CMJ . , Oscixlz H. CAR'l'wlm:1fl'l' CMD . I'I.'XROl.Il M. Cl-llcmev f:1MaD . AISRAIIAM J. COHN CMJ X'YII.l.IAM R. CRUSIC CMD NVARU F. Cuuvlciz CMD . . JOHN H. EMERY CuM:tH. . X'Vll.l.lAM P. FURTUNIC, juz. CMD G1cu.xl.n W. Flzolcmm-2 CMB . 'lhiomixs Cf. Gmuu-:'r'l' Cnlvlnb . l.0XVICl.L IS. CQIQNI-:nfwll CMJ . .XNGUS G. Goiaiz CMJ . ,l. OIi'l'4JN Goolislml, CMB. JOSEPH A. HANISII CMD FRED l'lliNIllZRSl-IOT faMaj Osama P. l4AMlll'IR'I' CMD. I.. O. l.lNns'1'uoM Cnlwlnl . Clll-:sir-:le C. lVl'0RRlSON CMJ . i'l.-XR0l.ll Rvl-1 CMD . . . CI,1ifwmn M, SPARKS CMJ . I-Iiymx li. VVIQIMAN KMH. lQlL'l'l.'XRll F. Wlcslclc CMD .Xlcviill-1 li. VVl1:s'roN CMD Olflfl C15 RS l'lil6.S'ONNl5l. Czlpluiii Head Co Assistzuit zush Conch Assistant Coach Trziincr Grzicluzitc Dircctoi' Mzmugcr Assistuiit Mzmagci' Assistant Maimgcr Center Right End Right End Right End Left End Left Half Right Half Right Guard Loft Gunrcl QllI1l'tC'l'll1lCk Fullhnck Qll1ll'lCl'lJ2lCk Loft lfncl Loft Tackle Right Half Left lfiicl Ccntcr Loft Giizirrl Right Gimrcl Right llztlf Right l'l:1lI' lfulllmck Right 'l':u'klv C?l12ll'fCl'll2llilC Two ll lIHtIl'I'1l S'1'r'r' Ilfj'-flilll' 'FRAINI-:ic 'l'ir'riln.l. ANI! Coixcn Yost The 1917 Football Season t Michigan's first war-time football team didn't land any championship banners, it played only one Conference game and lost that, but it did avenge a few past defeats, settled a few old scores, and made a good record for itself. The Wfolverines fell before Northwestern and Pennsylvania, but buried Cornell so far that the Ithacans couldn't be seen for the Ferry Field mud that covered them, while M. A. C. took its military band back to liast Lansing after suffering 27 to 0 defeat. The two setbacks the Yostmen received came at the end of the season after the team had won eight straight games. ,Pennsylvania took advantage of the VVeston-less aggre- gation and rolled up 16 points over Lambert's prostrate form. Northwestern found Yost minus Lambert, Wfeston, and Culver and using a strong aerial attack managed to roll up one more touchdown than the Froemke-piloted Wfolverines could secure. At that Michigan made 304 points to 53 for their opponents and had it not been for a slight reversal of form at the end of the season, Yost might have been the coach of the nation's champions. Nebraska, Cornell, lVl. A. C., University of Detroit, Kalamazoo Nor- mal and Kalamazoo College, Case and Mt. Union all found the blue warriors of cham- ship class. The Nebraska game late in October proved to be the stellar game of the season. The Cornhuskers, like Lochinvar, came out of the west seeking fame and honor. They fled about as swiftly as that hero of literature but all they took with them was a strong coating of whitewash-and several buckets of Ann Arbor mud. The heavy Field, soaked by a week's rain, hampered the Nebraska boys while the lylichiganders seemed to revel in the goo. Case opened the season in October and received its traditional walloping. The Cleveland team went down -ll to O, Yost's newly formed machine just working smoothly enough to roll down the Held for six touchdowns. Michigan presented a lineup that Iwo llIl7IlIl'1'll lfliglllfj' l ELTON E. VVI-:IMAN Clcniue Smrrn' Captain Elect Capluin boasted hut few men of former Varsity experience, and thc new players worked well into Yost! formations. Kalamazoo Normal's eleven fought the Yost men from start to linish and live min- utes before the end of the game managed to slip over its second touchdown, gaining a 13 to 10 lead. Rye, a newcomer at halfhaclc, ran the kickoni hack 35 yards, Colm smashed for a like distance, and hefore the schoolteachers were aware of the fact, Mich- igan had raised its total to 17 and had nosed out a second victory. Sparks was hurt in this game and did not fully recover the rest of the season. An easy game with Mt. Union followed the next Saturclay, the Ohioans falling be- fore Michigan 69 to O. Yost' uncovered a new star at quarterback, "lleak" VVeston pilot- 'l'vr'n llnmlrril Iiiglity-om' BOYD SPARKS WESKE ing the team in the absence of Sparks and running up the majority of the VVolverine's points. VVCStOll smashed oigf tackle, skirted the ends, and slid through guard in a man- ner that classed him among the greatest of Michigan quarters. The following Weclliesclay, Yost unleashed a new twinkler for the fans. It seemed as though the lfVolverine mentor was afraid to let all his talent out at once, so he held Lambert, center, in check until the University of Detroit game. The West Virginian managed to make about 50 per cent of the tackles and would have made more but for the fact that the rest of the players got jealous and started to work, Detroit held Mich- igan to a l4 to 3 score, Allen scoring for the VVindy City boys on a drop kick from the 35-yard line. M. A. C. journeyed to Ann Arbor a short time after and then wished it had called Ott athletics because of the war. Only the kindest sort of consideration on the part of VVes- ton, Lambert and gang kept the VVolverines from substituting the Aggies for the mop that Harry Tuthill carries over his shoulder. Michigan scored four touchdowns, aggregating VVEs'roN CAR'rwlur: l'I'l' LA M iilfim' Iwo lllmdred Eighty-t-wo GOODSELL Ciuxsli Fo1c'rnNl-1 27 points, and then went back to sleep. NfVhen the players woke up, the lfarmers had gone back home to tell how it all happened. Yost worried over the Nebraska game. The Cornhuskers boasted a team that had not met its match in years and Fielding I-l. was somewhat afraid that Dr. Stewart would pilot a winner. But .lfroemke spied a convenient fumble when the game was ten minutes old and waltzed 90 yards for a touchdown. After that all was Michigan. NVieman kicked two goals from the lield just to keep in form and XN'eston added another touchdown, mak- ing lVlichigan's 20. Nebraska did have a strong team, but the VVolverines on that day looked more like the l-leston-led machine of the early years than anything that has ever worked on Ferry Field since. Kalamazoo College had a dream once. It had it before the Michigan game. The Ka- zooites were sure they were going to score on the VVolverines! Yost was quite sure that Kalamazoo was mistaken. After the game Yost was very sure, and the Celery City lads were positive of it. XVeston had a gala day and a few others took up the sport when "Beale" lost his wind. The X'Volverines put 62 points up on their season's record and lost about eight pounds to the man running with the hall. Kalamazoo still speaks with pride of its team that played Michigan-but it's the Normal team they mean. Momusox HA N ISI! 1?Rm.3M 141.3 Two Iluudrvd Eighty-llwce GENEBACH COHN Gom-Z Cornell found Ann Arbor with pennants tlying and bands playing and Weston and Lambert feeling like the historical million dollars. The Ithacans felt more like the ligura- tive thirty cents when the Michigan band left Ferry Field to the tune of 42 to 0 victors. Dr. Sharpe wasn't greatly satisfied. The figures kept changing so rapidly on Michigan's side of the score board that the Cornell coach thought the hot weather had gone to his head. 'Twas a big day for the game, a bit too warm for playing but just dandy for the bright rags in the stands. Some 20,000 people braved the sun to see the combat and a great many left early unable to stand the sickening spectacle of so much carnage. Cornell had one chance when the referee became unkind and penalized the Wolverines for several off-side plays. But Hoffman gurnmed the drop kick and the whitewash started sprinkling all over the nice red sweaters the Ithacans wore. Michigan journeyed to Philadelphia to wipe up the earth with Folwell's men. Weston became too anxious and mixed up in a little personal stuff with Miller and Strauss and Miller alone remained in the game. Goodsell wished that "Heinie" too had been boosted for the Penn leader insisted on putting the Michigan tackle out of the play. Even without Westoii, the Wolverines managed to scrap along until Geneback fumbled on the five-yard line and Berry booted the first of his three held goals. After that God was with the east and Penn made merry at the expense of the Wol- verines. Only one thing bothered "Bob" lfolwell. That thing was Lambert who insisted on getting his hands-or hair-all tangled up in the feet of the Penn backs. In fact, if the scrappy center hadn't been in the game-oh, perish the thought! Yost said they would have scored a million, and Doug raised him fiveg Harry Tuthill called the bunch and Won on a billion. ' Several little matters, such as Conference rules and studies, kept several Michiganders out of the Northwestern fray one week later. It was decided that Lambert had played enough football, although he was ranking high in his studies. Sparks was hobbling about with a cane two days before the contest and Westoii was smoking a pipe right in the face of the coach. Math, or something like that, had tackled "Beak" and thrown him hard. This situation caused Douglass to remark that "Michigan's offense was in citizens clothes," while Yost added that "the defense was in the Law library." Lambert is a lawyer in embr o. - lzlorthwestern used an intricate attack. They didn't attempt to rush the ball, they just threw it. The Wolverines must have been suffering from sore necks or something but they never saw the pigskin in the air, they just looked around the ground and Two Hundred Eighty-four l114:N111z11s11o'r B1cA'1'11 sometimes they stopped the Purple warrior after 10 or maybe 20 yards. Michigan did score two touchdowns with apparent ease, but Northwestern celebrated with three and a 21 to 12 victory. - It was Michigan's reception back into the Conference-and some hot reception. They had bands out and a "home day" and lots of spirit and things and then Michigan just naturally had to step in and do the right thing and let Northwestern win. That is, the men on the team thought they were doing the right thing. The funny part of it all was that they gummed the proceedings. Nobody expected the Evanston lads to cop and they were so surprised that they forgot to celebrate. XValter Eckersall, who will testify to the prowess of the Michigan teams in 1902 and on for a few years, picked Westoii on his All-American football team and placed Lambert on the second All-American eleven. He put both men on the first All-West ern aggregation and had nothing but words of praise for both of them. Because they were not in the Northwestern game, these two men lost their chance for All-Confer' ence berths. Shortly after the close of the season, "Tad" Vlfieman was elected captain for the 1918 season-and then "Tad" enlisted. With him went Sparks and Weston while Cul- ver followed a short time after. Boyd, Goodsell, Weske, Lambert and Rye graduated and so Michigan faces another football season with little material. "Phil" Bartelme, taking advantage of Yost's absence, went out and lined up Cor- nell, M. A. C., Chicago, Minnesota, Ohio State, and Northwestern on the 1918 sched- ule. It is understood that there are strained relations now between the coach and the director of athletics. - 1917 Varsity Football Record Dale' .S1t'lU'l' .Sl1'01'1' f'lr11'1' Oct. Michigan Case Scientific School . . Ann Arbor Oct. Michigan Kalamazoo Normal College . Ann Arbor Oct. Michigan Mount Union College . . Ann Arbor Oct. Michigan University ol' Detroit. . . Ann Arbor Oct. Michigan Michigan Agricultural College fxllll Arbor Oct. Michigan University of Nebraska . . A1111 Arbor Nov Michigan Kalamazoo College . . . ' Ann Arbor Nov Michigan Cornell University . . . ' Ann Arbor Nov Michigan University of Pennsylvania . Philadelphia Nov. Michigan Northwestern University . Evanston Two 111111111111 Iiiglzlg live The Case Game 'l'l1c M. A. CA. Gzung Two III: mlrcrl l51'glLI3'-xi.1' I1 Grws ,lillI'0llf.fll thc- fmmll I mc 45 n H at v n l':u1k Xkfcinmn Crossing No Mans Land 4 Tllc Lim- llolcling in thu PCIIII Gzumk ll lllrmlrwl i- VVvston li1'c:1king Away X'Vl'ilTI1lll Smushcs 'l'l1rougl1 n , Two llzmdrzwl liiyhly-night Sparks Goes for 11 'l'0l.lClld0WIl . wks 'l':1cklcml lmt Still fgilillillfl I unhcrt Mnkinpg His 17111110115 Tuck liclwccn llzllvvs 7 lllzzzfllwl Ifiyllly-n ONE OF THE PLAYS THAT BEAT Us AT PENN WESTON UNABLE T0 PENETRAT1-: THE QUAKER LINE Q ,- 1917 ALL-FRESH F00'1'1z,xLL TEAM 1917 GEORGE C, UIiSCHliI.L . ELMER D. M1'rcHEL1. ALLEN R. BAILEY . EDWIN G. BOVILLE . JOHN H. BRITTON . CONRAD J. CLIPPERT. GUY D. CULVER . FRED FLETCHER . JEAN P. FREEMAN . JOHN' HENIQY . . PERRY M. Honus . ARTHUR J. ICARPUS . ALBERT I. LEN'r -. GEORGE P. MCNICHOL . EDWARD PEococ1c . THOMAS M. REED . BARRY STUART . . THEODORE A. TIMCHAC . GEORGE C. URSCHELL . EDWARD USHER . . MURRAY VANWAGONER . CALVIN G. VVETZEL . . Michigan Freshmen . Michigan Freshmen . Michigan Freshmen . Michigan Freshman . Michigan Freshmen . All-Fresh Football Team OFFICERS PERSONNEL 1917 ALL-FRESH RECORD . Captain . Coach Right Half Right End Right Half Right Tackle Left Tackle Left End Let' t Tackle Right Guard Center Left End Left Guard Center Right Tackle Left Half Fullbaek Left Guard Quarterback Fullbaek Left Tackle Right End 21 M. A. C. Freshmen . 42 Michigan Military Aeademv. 12 Heidelberg College . . 19 Ypsilanti Normal College . 19 Notre Dame Freshmen . Two Hundred Nmcty three -4 Ai. Q Q N N 5 i 2 5 '? Sk Q Q lIIIlIIlIIl 1 l ,L IIH I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII llllllli fn ' A W l i S'l'lCI'lIEN J. 1"A1mla1.l. ELBRIDGE G. Dunusy Cmiclz 1918 Sl1ldl'l1l Manager L1-1sl.1la CA1uz0l.I. . S'rla1'nr-:N I. FA1uncl.i. PllIl.l.ll' G. BAR'r1cL1n Ii JOHN IZ. SANm-:us . El.nlunm': G. Dunmsv Fm-:nl-:mme J. 'l'1IlIiMl'1 1917 Varsity Track Team OI"FlClZlf.S' l'EN.S'ONNliL Rfxvmnxn R. BIQARIJSLIA . . . . limxuxnn ISQUMA . I-l. l.ESl.nc CA1uzoLL . CI-ICII. Cuoss . . S'1'.xx1.m' G. FoN'rANN.x . ALLAN Fox . . ALLAN ,l. TIAIGII . EL M 1-:lc l'. l'IARlblCI.I. . Enwix j. 1'lUN'l'ING'l'0N JOHN I. KllIVlNI'2N . R. M. LANf:1.icv C. C. LATER . Gramm:-2 l. Mum-nv . Vicnm Smnnxs . 11.-XROI. Ci-:muc 1.1-:LAN Siillzmvfmn XV. S1-inc: n li. fylillll-IX. Sxrrrn . . n N. Sl'Ul"llil.ll O. C. XV.u.lua1z. . Two llruulrcd Aylilflj'-51.1 XVICI' Captain Coach Graduate llirectm' Manager Assistant Man Assistant Man ager ager I-I urcllcs Distance Runs Distance Runs NVcights Quarter Mile Distance Runs High Jump Quarter Mile Quarter Mile Distance Runs Distance Runs High Jump Distance Runs High ,lump Dashcs Mfeights Quarter Mile Distance Runs Distance Runs The 1917 Track Season At the close of the 1917 indoor season the team was fast developing into a well bal- anced organization. There were a few old men left from last yearls team and Coach Far- rell was developing some promising youngsters but shortly after the close of the season, due to the declaration of war, 'Varsity athletics were discontinued. This meant that the outdoor schedule was abandoned. The indoor season can be remembered specially by the work of Captain Carroll. Two of his races are specially commendable though he was defeated in each event. At the Missouri Athletic Club Meet on March tenth, he rana close second to Joie Ray, the sensational miler of the Illinois Athletic Club, Ray's time for this race was 4:20 215 and Captain Carroll was close at the finish. His other notable performance was when he was defeated in a hotly contested race by Boynton of Cornell. Boynton's time for this race was 4:18 1f5. Much was expected of Captain Carroll had he been given a chance to show his ability outdoors. The Coach was worrying a little about the sprints, but O,Brien showed up very well in the indoor season and much was expected of him also when the team got outside. Many of the team were inexperienced men, but had shown form and natural ability during the indoor season. Many of the sophomores, who will no doubt do the major part of the work during the 1918 season, received a lot of good experience during the short season of 1917. Many of the men who expected to return in the fall, worked under Coach Farrell outdoors and during this time several interesting meets between the classes were held. This in short gives a brief summary of the work of the 1917 track team. RECORD OF YEARZS' COMPETITION Indoor Season, 1917 Feb. 17. Notre Dame University at Ann Arbor. Michigan 46, Notre Dame 31. Feb. 22. At Syracuse-Syracuse vs. Michigan. Michigan 43, Syracuse 43. March 3. At Champaign, Ill.-Western Intercollegiates. Chicago, firstg Illinois, second, Wisconsin, tliirdg Michigan, fourth. March 10. At St. Louis-Missouri Athletic Club Meet. Carroll second in mile, time 4:22. Simmons third in high jump, height 6 ft. lk ins. March 17. At Ann Arbor-Cornell vs. Michigan. Cornell SOM, Michigan ZOM. Outdoor Season CCancelledD April 21. Drake Relays at Des Moines, Iowa. April 28. Pennsylvania Relays at Philadelphia, Pa. May 5. Varsity Meet at Ann Arbor. May 12. Notre Dame University at Ann Arbor. May 19. Syracuse University at Ann Arbor. May 25-26. Eastern Intcrcollegiatcs. Two ll imdrrd Nmetyvtetfr Tum 1917 Cuoss COUNTRY VFEAM The 1917 Cross Country Team SIIICRXVALII W. Slalusxvlctx. S'l'lCI'IlICN .l. FAmu1:l.1. . P. G. BAR'1'I'II.M I-1 . . Ii. G. Ilmmav . CuAm.laS VV. S'ro1.1, H. A. I'JoNNlcI.Lv CllAm,lf:s E. Fmess ua Ilnmlruzl Nim'l,v-figflll O l"l"lC'lflx'.S' l'lflx'SONNlil, Cfuptnin Cu:xcl1 CS1':ul11:1lc IJi1'L'CtO1' Mzumgcx' RUlll'1R'l' Nl!-II-IIIAN Trmmfxs R. M,xvNfxmn SH l4:uw.'x1.lm XV. SICIIGWICK Ill III lL:l-L I pl Hz IIIIIIIN ' llllllllllllllllllllllulllllmy IIIIIII Ill ' -M f M L-Y, Q .. ...... 1 . n.uq.L pwpn nH 1917 VARSITY BASKETBALL T1-:AM I-Il.M1c1e 17. lWl'l'ClllCl.I. GERALD F. NYE Coach Sf1L0'C1If Manager 1917 Varsity Basketball Team OFFICERS ALAN XV. Born . ELMER D. IXIITCI-IELL . PHILLII' G. BA1z'1'15LMlc . GERALD F. NYE . NICHOLAS 13. .BARTZ CaMaJ SAMUEL C. BolzNS'1'1f:IN QHMHD. ALAN W. Bovn CMJ . JOHN H. EMERY QMD . T1Mo'rHY Y. I'II5XVLI'l"l' CMJ CUR'r1s C. LA'ruz CaMaD . JAMES I. MCC1.1N'rocK CMD EDWARD E. RUZICKA CMD RALPH O. RVCHIQNER CMJ PERSONNEL Captain Coach Graduate Manager Director Center Forward Guard Forward Forward Center Forward Guard Guard Thrcs Ilundrcd Om' The 1917-18 Basketball Season Though failing to win a single Conference game, and suffering defeats in 12 of 18 games played, Michigan's first Varsity basketball team did not have such an unsuccess- ful season as the records would seem to indicate. The Wolveriiies started the year without an experienced player on hand and Coach Mitchell was not only forced to build a new team-he was also obliged to get that team into such condition that it could face the best fives in the Big Ten. Michigan did not take any Conference quintet into camp, but the blue basketeers made things warm for every team they faced. Aside from the second Minnesota game, played at Minneapolis, Michigan did not stiffer a severe trouncing all season. In this game the Gophers defeated Mitchell's men 49 to 10. Chicago and Ohio State also won from the VVolverines in rather easy manner in the first games played, but at the end of the season all Conference teams were forced to travel at top speed in order to down Al Boyd and his Hghting players. Michigan's victories include two over M. A. C., one over Case, one from Hope, one from Camp Custer, and one from Kalamazoo. Chicago, Minnesota, Ohio State, Northwestern, and Indiana each took two games from the Wolverines, while Case and the Great Lakes Jackies each snagged one win from the fire. Michigan started off with a two point defeat at the hands of Case at Cleveland, but came back and won from Camp Custer, Case, Hope, and M. A. C. in a row. Indiana played the first Conference game here and won it 21 to 17 after the hardest kind of a scrap. All of the other Conference teams we played trounced the Vifolverines the next few weeks, but Northwestern was forced to the limit to win, despite the fact that the Purple team was conceded to be one of the best in the west. At the start of the second semester, Michigan lost the services of Bartz at center, but gained I-Iewlitt at forward. The jackies beat Michigan in a close game, and Kala- mazoo College went down 42 to 8 before the new aggregation. From then on until the end5of the season, Michigan won but one game, beating M. A. C. at East Lansing 31 to Z . Chicago and Ohio State played the last two games of the season in Waterman gymnasium and though both teams won from Michigan, they had the hardest kind of a time doing it. Michigan led Chicago at the end of the first half and it was only in the l'lINII'IRY Bow Riizlclm fhrrv ll1mdv'cd Two Ji .Z R vc: I IQNIQR MCCLI NTOCK HiswLl'r'1' last minutes of the closing chapter that the M aroons forged into the lead. They won Z2 to 15. Ohio State presented a strong offensive team but its defense was so weak that Michigan scored more points in that game than in any other Big Ten tilt. The Buckeyes 37011 just before the game ended, several lield goals giving them the long end of a 34 to score. Though more was hoped of the Michigan live, little more could have been expected. The XfVolverines were meeting teams experienced in Conference basketball and the Blue players were forced to learn the fundamentals and the line points at the same time. Mitchell worked hard to get a winning combination, but succeeded mostly in preparing his men for next year. The VVolverines suffered also by injuries and losses. 1-Ianisli, acting captain at the start of the season and a fine running guard, left school before the end of the lirst semes- ter. Rowley, a line floor man and fast on his feet, was ready to take Hanish's place when he was injured. Bartz was declared ineligible at the end of the first semester. Considering the odds and the circumstances, the team did well, and the quintet next BouNs'i'lf:IN B.Nl!'l'Z Three llimdrcd Thrre Rowuzv Cnass season should be strong. Captain Boyd, guard, is the only man lost through graduation, and Mitchell has some promising freshmen coming up who have been showing class on the yearling five this season. . McClintock was the big scorer for Michigan, but his points were made mostly in the early games. Hewlitt and Emery proved to be themost effective against Conference teams on offense, while Boyd was a bear cat on defense. Mitchell declared that Captain "Al" was the best standing guard in the Conference. Emery was one of the hardest fighters on the team and wasnin the game from start to finish. 1 Rychener, Emery, Hewlitt, Bartz, Later, McClintock, Cohn, Bornstein, and Cress, of the Varsity squad, are expected back next season. RESULTS OF THE SEASON Michigan . . 44 Camp Custer 28 Michigan . 25 Case . . . 27 Michigan Case . Michigan Hope . . Michigan M. A. C. . Michigan Indiana Michigan Chicago . Michigan Ohio State . Michigan Minnesota . Michigan Northwestern Michigan Iackics Michigan Kalamazoo . Michigan Minnesota . Michigan Indiana Michigan Northwestern Michigan Chicago Michigan M. C. A. Michigan Ohio State . TOTALS Michigan Opponents . Tlwm: Humircd Four . . . ... 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In the past, athletic interests have been in the hands of a department or board of the Wo111en's League but general campus interest has grown so enormously during the last two or three years that the development of a separate body has bee11 inevitable. Under the able leadership of Clarissa Vyn and Miss Alice Evans, director of physical education for women, the association has been able to make great progress and avoid the usual period of struggle to become established. The athletic board, which governs the destinies of VV. A. A., consists of president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, directors from each of the three upper classes, sport managers, publicity manager, physical director, and dean of women. The year was well begun with a membership campaign which succeeded in enrolling a very considerable proportion of the women in the University. Xll0MliN'S A'ru1.14:'r1t: liomm Tlx rvc Hu mired F1 The fall sports, hockey, tennis, archery, an l I ifing had many adherents. The jun- iors won the hockey championship but all of the games were hotly contested. The sea- son ended with a wienie roast and picnic supper at forestry farm in which both regular and substitute teams found ample reward for all the bruises they had sustained in combat. The rains almost annihilated tennis but it is hoped that spring weather may allow the racket stars to show what they can do. An all-campus mixer which the association put on was a supreme success, finan- cially and socially, and may be repeated. X'Vitl1 the beginning of cold weather and indoor gym, basketball became the major sport. The military marching class whose appearance in the department of physical training for women aroused so much general campus inter- est in the fall continued its maneuvers on Harbour gymnasium Hoor. Basketball teams were chosen immediately after the beginning of the second semes- ter and on the evening of March l the hundreds of women present at the athletic ban- quet and the cotillion of the department of physical education showed how universal was the interest taken in the fate of the basketball cup. The freshmen won the cup offered for the best showing at the banquet. The dream of University women interested in athletics, a club-house on l'almer held, has been forced, like so many plans of the kind, to remain visionary for the period of the war. But if interest in women's athletics continues to grow, there can be little dil'Iiculty in realizing it when the time comes. M. C. H. l VVoMriN's HZOCKICY TEAM ' 7'ln'1'v llundrrd .S'i.r x Sk'l1iUI' Huskvllrzlll rlivlllll Senior Bnsclmll Tcnm rm' llnmirmi S Y I jfwws, .N-F I : X- .Jin A, .,g .V in 1, I Military Michigan "I have heard the conditions at Michigan called deplorable," said a prominent alumnus recently, "but were they in lilly manner otherwise, I might call them that. Conditions at Ann Arbor are in every way admirable." It always takes a crisis to bring to light the soul of a mang just so it is with Michigan. With the ranks of students and faculty depleted by the call of service, Michigan struggles on,-on like the thoroughbred that will drop when the tape is reached, but not before. Militant Michigan she is called, but Patriotic Michigan surely. At the front, on the seas, at the training camps, everywhere where life is regulated by the sound of the bugle, are Michigan men. And in Ann Arbor as well, in the fevered atmosphere of unrest, of indccision, in the class room and on the campus, Michigan is "carrying on." Those who are left behind are striving to keep alive the traditions of Michigan, the spirit of Michigan for those who are to follow. - Several months before the declaration of a state of war with Germany, two divisions of the naval militia were drilling on the campus, preparing to answer the call for immediate service. Shortly after war became an actuality, both divisions were ordered to report for duty at Great Lakes, Illinois. Lieut. J. R. Hayden, formerly of the department of political science in the Univer- sity, left at the head of the two divisions when they left Ann Arbor in May en route to the training camp. Shortly after the organization of the naval militia, a call came from the government through the Michigan Intercollegiate intelligence bureau, headed by Francis Bacon, '02, for the organization of two sections of ambulance men. Such enthusiasm was manifested by the student body over the prospect of immediate overseas service that the three sections were authorized by the war depart- ment, and temporary commands were given to Sergeants Weaver, Coulter and La Marre. All three sections left for Allentown in June, for intensive training, and within a few weeks after their arrival, section 591, commanded by Sergeant La Marre, was chosen as one of the contingent to sail for France as auxiliary to the French army on the western front. Among the men who won first lieutenancies at Allentown are Glen Coulter, '18L, E. E. Pardee, '17 and Fred Beattie, 'l5. These men elected to remain at Allentown, after the disorganization of the two remaining Michigan sections, to take over commands in the national army. In addition to the federal ambulance corps organized in Ann Arbor, a unit of the American Red Cross field service was organized under the direction of Thomas McAllister, '18, The unit left the University in the spring for France, and was largely financed by the alumni of the University. Early in the spring of '18, a unit of the naval auxiliary, organized by Luther Beach, '18E, left for Cleveland to commence a six months' term of duty, preparatory to accepting commissions in the transport service. For the first time in the history of the University, a reserve officers' training corps has been entered in the curriculum of studies. The success of the first attempt is shown by the present vol- untary enrollment of 1,800 students. . More than 1,200 students from the different colleges entered their names on the roster on Octo- ber 4th, and despite the fact that a large number of the men joined the various branches of the service through the draft, enlistments, and the many reserve organizations, the R. O. T. C. has risen from a mere possibility to a thoroughly trained and efficient organization. The present year also marks a new epoch, for the khaki and the cap and gown are parts of the equipment of the grad- uate. A large number of students leaving the University will have a khaki uniform beneath the light black gown. Four retired army officers were sent by the 'war department to train the members of the R. O. T. C. for positions of commissioned officers. Lieut. George C. Mullen, U. S. A., retired, carried on the work alone until he was assisted by Lieut. Losey I. Williams, P. S., retired, late in the fall.. Be- fore the Christmas holidays ended, two first sergeants were also detailed to report for duty at the University. , The cadets are now fully equipped with the regulation R. O. T. C. uniform, comprising an out- fit of uniforms, caps, puttees and shoes. They have been drilling one and one-half hours per day with Krag rifies. Athletic and gymnastic contests, under the direction of Dr. George C. May, con- sists of indoor and outdoor work, including a thorough course in boxing. One inter-company in- door track meet, and a series of inter-company basketball games were held during the second se- mester. A large quantity of hand grenades and ammunition was received this spring. The men were given instruction in grenade throwing under near trench conditions. More than 120 rounds of am- munition per man were allotted to the cadets in the gallery range practices. Several high scores were recorded. Military instruction in the R. O. T. C. enables students to qualify for commissions in the reserve corps, while the work fits them for leadership both in a temporary military career, and ultimately in life itself. The training, if not pursued for more than even a short time, enables the cadet to advance over his fellows. - It is the desire of the military authorities of the University to train every cadet in every branch of military tactics and science. The training is intensive and extremely thorough. The amount of work accomplished during the first year of the organization's existence proves the wonderful effi- ciency of the men in charge. I ' VVith the government offering men attending the University every opportunity to gain a voca- tional and military training, the enrollments in the R. O. T. C. next fall are expected to nearly double those of the present time. J. C. T. M. Three Hmzdred Ten . 111 Clmrgc of lXliChigZl.l1'S R. O. 'l'. C. r 4 w 1 "iw 1 ---J ' First Licutcuzult GI-Illlillli C. 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Mczxbngelg - Flo:-noe 12.-xu. .r,x'le. -rixws. .E.x'le., Tlzrvc Ilumlrvd Tmvmiy-tl1rrc -6- 11-Nfumg .H.c.L. .J.1Ck,of,. .M. re. wuma -'1K"5- .Lx Wo. .L-1 'le. .UJ.l1., P.. Ioiyl .. lb. 'K wwf' .Hd fold. llrxdrfu. ..l.l H51.. g..f,....f. v...4.,., .T-.,,l, .L. K,fh'r:f., .Fr l,.s.w, .H rf..f,-V I ..' n Q,5,y40,1 U, .cym f-xu,b0zr.. JW-'-11111011 fy 14,2 'ml' 7 1 "5 Tllrvc' Il ll mlrrfl Twrnty-lollr --...,, -' ,-g.....a-f-,IN M 9'!u.A ' - ' Nt, L 1, '-4Q,,?-I Swim- uf Miclligzmlfs R. O. 'l'. if llunpsulics llrilli 1 +f'fl"!vb.n1 rm' llnmirml 'l"wvuIy-ll L' A Gruup of the Stuclcnt Members of the lil 6.-'ITC Three ll nudrcd Tuucuty-.vxx Faculty Members of the R. O. T. C. I -, v.3r::f.- n qw, " "- -71, J vf ,Q',v,cl4:f' ,q . I . Af ,,S.f..,.. A , ., u, t E :Ht- tif' .11 - f H 'A-u , , . kg, ., , f7?3,, .hx si. X L Ld.'- nf,-. ,,m,.,?.l '. 1 rf Jnw v ,M 4 W J,-'w'f:.i1 'M-L., w 1-34 ii! Q" -' t,, ,x .V , 3, , kgf'1Q.-W ,,.,,,.,, ' Lb f.. 7" L y E' ,,"" ' F., ...A 'W I- aw F 'V - - F A M I , ,A., iii. . . ,. ,, W L . t W , 5 , ' A f ,ff jr , ' ' , ,.J X 'I . . Q A g Wiigiw - I ' if 1 , -. I ' 1 Board of Directors of the University of Michigan Union 1917-1918 . . , . President President in Abscntia GEORGE F. HUIQLIQY . . CHARLES W. Fiscincu, JR. . . CARI. W. NIilIlNlANN, Literary I VVALIIO M. MCiil'1l1Z, Engineering I . THOMAS L. TOLAN, Medical l Vice-Presidents JAMES H. CAR'l'WRlGH'l', Law I JUSTIN L. Powicus, Combined 1 Cizcu. C. ANIYIQIQWS . W1L1fRrcn B. SHAW . EVANS HOLBROOK . VVILLIAM A. FRAYICR JOHN C. PARKER DR. RIQURIQN P1c'r1cRsoN HENRY W. DOUGLAS STANLEY D. MCGRAW l I LAWRENCE NIAXXVICLL P VVALTRR E. Ox'roRv G. FRED RUSH Three Hundred Tfvnuty-eight I J Recording Sccrctaryl Alumni Secretary Financial Secretary Faculty Members Alumni Members Michigan Union Opera Committees V. 1.lvlNc:S'l'0N, 18 12 .... iicncrzll Cll1li1'111Zl11 S. IJINXVHIIIII-I, '18 li . . A111511-it ul' l'ropc1'tics G. Il'1'1Cl., 18. . . Ivlzmsu-1' of Costmm-s W. S1-zmzwlcxi, '18 . Clmirmam Music Pulvlisliing Cummittcc G. GAIERIICI., '18 . . Stage Maumgcr W. Comlxs, '18 Ii . Stage Iiluctricizui C. .LXNIIRI-INVS, '18 ..... Cfllairmzm Vulnlicily Committee IL. I-Iouxla, '18 ..... fii11l11'11l1l11 i'1'0gf1'ZlI1'l Committee A.S'.S'l.S'TANT.S' TO CilfA'lilx'AI. CfllAlRIllA.'Y F. C. 1S14:1.l., '19 lflell-:lm INIt'C1.lc1.l.AN, '18 I . D. M. S1-Rlxczlcle, '1 714. C'O.S'7'U11lli.S' COM!1llT7'liIZ Ru'rH CUNN1-:x.v, '18 Rl1'l'11 lV1cl.1xc1lI..'xN, '18 C. M. Nf51i'1'1JN, '19 E C. VI. Sl1l.1.lV.'XN, '19 12 Mnmmcn Su'r'roN, '18 1-1,x1uulc'r'r Bumczs, '18 S. C. ZYr.s'r1m, '19 l'ROl'lil1'Tllf.S' C'OMMI7'Tlil5 J. M. Clmslc, '19 A. L. iWi:XR'1'1N1iK, '19 E J. H. lklwlulclclvlc, '19 .S"l'AGli C'O1llI1Il'l'Tl5Ii R. li. GAl1l,'1', '19 Wll.l.mM F,xvou1'r1-i, '20 VV. W. HINSIIAXV, '20 MUSIC7 l'l7l:'l.l.S'IIINCi C'OJ1lM1T7'li1? C. li.-1o1lNs0N, '20 GI-20. M.xsoN, '20 H. T. Fl.1'I'1'l'l'1liR, '20 l'UHl.lt'ITY C'O11Il1IIT'l'lili M. K. i':111.I11iR'l', '20 C. M. Cixmvm-zu, '20 PROCjlx'AI1I C'0llI!1llT7'l5li E. I.. Ellwmms, '20 bl. 1'n'l"l'1N1:lcR, '20 I. 12. GOOIIXVILLIIC, '20 C A. NIQXVCOMIIIZ, '19 P. E. ClIOl.l.li'I"1'1-2, '20 L 1.. A. S'roluucle, '20 Tlzrrr' llumlrrwx' Tzuuty-nine THOMAS lVICXlV1l.I,1AMS IQUCERA McCI.lN'1'ocK MACK McK1cNzuc NIADISON RAYMOND Clmlxllau BAUMc:An'1'12N HART A'r'rwoon l.IvINc:s'roN Bovn Rum SMYIII Student Council 1917-1918 O1"l"lCI5li'.S' lfirxl .S'wm'.vIf'r Svmud Sl'HIt'.Yl1'l' S. S. !X'l"l'XVO0D, 1,l'CS1C1Cllt C. A. H.-xR'r, President li. C. BAITMGAR'l'1CN, Vice-President bl. I. 1V1L'CI.IN'I'0Cli, Vice-Prcsidcnt H. C. Cflmzxlliu, Recording Secretary I.. J. Bow, Recording Secretary A. V. Llv1Nr:s'roN, 'l'1'casurcx' H. C. Cymmlau, Trcasurcl' C. A. HART, COl'1'QSD0lK11l1g Sccrctary li. li. R.-wmoxn, Corresponding Secretary I-1. B. 1VIctNNn.1.1AMs, Auditor Ii. C. l3,wMcsAlz'l'1cN, Auditor MliMlflZR.S' l.i!4'rm'y lfnzyilzvvriug Law G. C. MACK S. S. lX'I"l'XVOOll j. VV. 'I1nn1x1As J. B. Rum M. A. MCKIQNZH1: F. VV. SUl.l.lvAN IC. li. Ihxvmoxn 11lm'i4'i11c J. I. 1XICCl,lN'l'0l'K li. C. Scrmc'n'r 1... C. ygmmmlifl-,CN . R. D. SMITH Ih'ulz'.rlry llmzlvofmlllic l,fI!1I'IIIlll'j' H. C. CRAMICR j. L. Bovn HQ B. 1VfCVVlI.I.lAMS !ll'Cflfft'l'fIH'c? C,'ml1fv1a.v al Lnrgv Gradnalf' J. I. Kuclclm rgg lllrmllwl llrlrlvx' C. A. 1'1'AR'l' A. V. LlvlNc:s'roN O. Ii. M,xmsoN The Student Council V The work of the Council has been made difficult this year on account of the frequent changing of personnel. Several experienced councilmen who LlI'lClCl' usual conditions would have remained until the end of the year were compelled to resign early either on account of enlistment or other equally good reasons. Early in the fall the Council was obliged to discontinue its preparations for the usual Sophomore-Freshman flag rush on account of a Senate Council resolution which abol- ished both the flag rush and the push ball contest. The resolution further stated that should a suitable and less dangerous substitute be found for the rush, no objections would be offered to such being held at the earliest opportunity. Since student sentiment seemed to be strongly behind the holding of some sort of fall contests, the Council started the search for a desirable substitute. Information was gathered from twelve univer- sities regarding the nature of their games, and after deliberation the Council selected the "Bag Rush," as held at the University of Maine, to be the most suitable. Accordingly the "Bag Rush" was held the first week in December-incidentally in a heavy snow storm. It is the opinion of the Council that the contest was as successful as the weather con- ditions would permit. Only a few minor injuries resulted. The large turn-out of un- derclassmen under the difficult conditions shows quite strongly that the contests are ap- preciated and desired. The proper relationship of the Student Council to the student body is becoming more and more of a problem. The Council can never be more nor less than the expression of student attempt at self-government. If the student body shows little interest in univer- sity matters, the Council cannot possibly fill the place which it should occupy in the work of the campus. The constructive features for a better and more democratic student government have been well outlined and defined by men of previous Councils. Their success depends pri- marily upon an assumption of greater responsibility by the student body, a feature which is too little in evidence on the campus at the present time. A university should properly be a place of instruction for good citizenship. The chief efforts of the Council might well be directed toward the bringing about of this increased interest in university affairs. In order that the desired interest be awakened and that a real self-government be evolved, the present Council feels that the following policies, as derived from the con- structive criticism of previous years, are worthy of support by this and future student bodies: 1. Since the Student Council should properly be the manifestation of the student body's desire for self-government, the provisions of its consti- tution in their main details, should be decided upon by ballot by the student body. Furthermore, the President of the Council should be a campus choice, selected from the council by a ballot. 2. The representation should be so arranged that it would adequately rep- resent each individual upon the campus. Sophomore representation should be seriously considered. 3. Vital, worth-while questions which affect student life should be thor- oughly discussed and finally balloted upon by the student body. Such referenda might well be held twice during the school year. It has been the belief of a few individuals in the past, that at some future date, the Union and the Student Council, in their social and political spheres respectively, will stand side by side in their influence on Michigan student life. Such a condition neces- sarily assumes only the vaguest of forms to us now but the possibilities of the idea prom- ise a wonderful opportunity for future work. C. A. H. Tlirui- llu mlrvzi Thirty-one iw ' 1. The University Health Service The University llealth Service, with its headquarters on South Ingalls Street next to llill Au ditorium, was inaugurated in 1913. At this time there were three physicians in charge representinl., hoth the l-'lomeopathie and regular School ol Medicine. At the present time there are, in addition two lady physieians on the stall, for women students, although anv memher of the stall' may he con- sulted hy any student. The entire staff consists of five physicians, lwo nurses, a lahoratory clinician a registered pharmacist, a sanitarian, and a stenographer. The llealth Serviee l'harmaey is located in the Cl1Cf1llSll'y lluzldnng, where prescriptions, issued hy the physicians ol the Service, are com- pounded. A blanket assessment ol H-36.00, payalrle each year with the regular University fee, is made upon each student, which entitles him to all medical care, hospital attention, when neeessarv, and all med- ieines. 'l'he Serviee will care lor an student in the llniversitv hos mitals for a meriod ol' sixty days .Y . l l . . without any extra charge. This will include operation, nursing, and alter care. 'l he numher ol ealls made at the Service, yearly, average more than 25,0ll0, representing nearly t1,ll0tl dillerent students The one hig work of the Health Service is along the lines ol preventative medicine and the early care ol' those who are siek. , ,, I I . .f 1 i l. . lt O V I lt 1.4 . rw llnurlrml 7l11'v'l3'-lwv Students' Christian Association lw'O.fIlx'l? Ol" TRlf'.S'Tlflf.S' PRO!-'. C. T. ,louxsrox ...... 1'rt-sitlcnt jtfmzls V. H. 1-.xxr1 Mies. 'I'. li. RANIQIN Mu, G. F, A1.LM1-:Nl11Nr:r:1z Niles. A. li. ,Il4:NNlNt:s Pleol-'. XY. W. lhcx1.txN IJ:-:AN M. li. blown.-xx MR. II. ,l. AIlll0'I"l' Miss Ill-11.1-:N Ilotuuufz, i,l'L'S. Y. XY. C. A. IDR. li. C. llftuucle Mu. Ml-:rm-2 li. lJo'rv, Pros. Y. M. C, A. Pltolf. M. l'. 'l'u.1.r-:Y Miss lim I.11:M1-zwr, St-tx Y. XY. C. .-X. Pleolf. I.:-:nov WMI-:1mAN MR. N. C. lf:-:'l"l'1-:u,,l1e., St-t-. Y. M. Cf A. Mn. ii. 621.1-:N l-Ir-zlesxmx, lfiuauucinl Soc. S. C1 A. Young Men's Christian Association o1f1f1t'1s1vx M1':m.1c 13. lJo'1'Y . . . . . . Prcsitlt-nt IQIINVIN K. ClYNI.lI"I'I-I . . . Vice-I"1't-sitlcut ,l. l'il.l.SXVOR'I'Il Romxsox ...... Soc1'ct:u'y-T1'c:1surel' C'llUlx't'll lx'lfl'lx'lf.Silf:YY'flTl!'ILS' Lloxl-11. ii. CIHICIQI-Ili, Baptist JAM!-is F. A'ilTMMl-IRY, Methodist XYAl.'1'l':u R. S'1uxRt'l4, l'rt-shytcrinu M. S. B.XI.I.ANlv, Church of Christ XVIl.I"RIill liumoxs, lipisuopztl MR. IIARRY Mtcvlfzk, Congregational CI'IAIRJlll5N Ol" C'OMJlllT'l'l5lf.S' Auax C. CiROClil'2'I"l', Social Scrvicc H. li. Stoltz, Mcmlwcrship E. K. ClfNl.llfl-'15, Full XX'ork :uid XY:u' Campaign O, H. h'i0R'I'UN, XX":u' xxfllfk C. S. NASH, Foruigu Students PM.1x1l-in Su'r'roN, lfrcshmzm NVork 1'IAmeY C.-xluiv, I'ublicity NICAl.lRl-1l.ANl1, Iimploymcut Tltrvr Ilamdrrrl Thirty-Ihrrc ,-v ,- .X I' i - -1 '.,'. JPN NEXX'll1CIiIiX' PIALL Young VVon1en's Christian Association OI"1"lCliN.S' lixxsv BLAKIQ, '18, Secretziry i'IliLliN Bouiucii, '18, President RUTH FLY, '19, Vice-Presitlent COMMlT7'lili CHAIIYMEN HAZIEI. SHO!-'1"1NlAN, '19, Religions liclueation OLIVI5 VV1Gt:lNs, '19, Publicity Ml1.Il1lED M1ii1l1i1.l., '18, Intercollegiate CLARISSA VYN, '18, Conference 1VLxl:t:uif:1u'i'i-: Cifiixvix, '20, Vespers 1 HAM-:L Bl-ICKWl'l'1'1, '19, House ICMILY LOMAN, '19, Treasurer. 1VIARGA1u4:'1' A'1'1i1NSON, '19, Social IQUTH CoNNl4:LY, '18, Social Service i'Ilil.liN BROVVN, '18, Membership i':Ml1.Y l,0MAN, '19, Finance Rumi 1iLv, '19, Emergency FLoiucNric W'A1.i4icR, '18, Music SIZCRIE TA Rlli.S' - livix 1-1cMi':la'l', General V. Fiuanix Sl'IIliNVOli'l'l'l, Social Service HilILllAIl BixNciio1f'r, Assistant NIARION F. Siowl-1, Religious Ecluczition ADVISORY BOARD Mies, A. lC. Ii-:NNINGS Mus. L. C. IQARVINSK1 H. Kimus I Mus. 'l'. li. RANIQIN, President Mics. M. 13. Jommw Mus. H. F. iifwillciz W. A. Frm Yi-:iz Mus. lf. Mus. VV. H. 'l'rN1uci: Mics. Xi. li. llifmvilin-:vs Mies. 1VlARt:Aizlc'i' M. S'I'l'IXVAli'l' Mies. Tlxrrr Hundred Tlii1'fy-four ANNA M. LLOYD, '18 MILDIQED MIGIiELL, '18 OLIVE WIGGINS, '19 ADA ARNOLD, '19 . MARflUIE1il'1'lE CHAPIN, '20 CLARISSA VYN, '18 . RUTH DAILY, '19 . EIIITII DUEMLING, '19 Ruru JENNINGS, '20 MAIQGAIIET ATKINSON, '19 HELEN BOURRE, '18 PAIILENE CI-IAMIILIN, '18 VVINIFRED CORCORAN, '18 LUCILLB DUEE, '19 . BEATRICE FALES, '18 JEAN MALTI,liNNAN, '19 RU'I'IfI MCl.1XCHI.AN, '18 ANN MACMA1'ION, '19 NONA MEYERS, '18 . LAURA PEACOCK, '20 SUE V1i1lI.liNI1lER1E, '20 CLARISSA VYN, '18 . Women's League ROARIJ Ol" l7lRliCTOR.S' C'Olll1lll'l"l'lfli C'llflllx'Mli.X' President Vice-President Treasurer Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretzlry Senior Representative junior Representative junior Representative Sophomore lQClJ1'CSCl1lI1llYC House Committee l'resirlent, Y. NY. C. A. Vocational I11l.Cl'COllCg'l2ltL' Social Service llrznnutie Red Cross lVlL'1'l'll1C1'Sllll1 Annual l4lll1Cl1CO1l Soeinl Publicity Point System l'reSident, Athletic Assn. BOARD Ol" lflil'Rli.S'liA'7'.4TIVIi.S' IONE BROWN LUCY CANNON MA11I'II, BANNISTIER MINNIIC GOICHRINC M1XI1flA1lli'l' BARLOW FRANCES GOSI-1LL 1'IAzEL B1'ICli1VI'1'l'l MAl1l'1l. HALL FRANCES 1'IAN11IBO ROSE MARY HZANS lVl1tilll'Il.l., ClIrIi1'I1IaII M1l.ll1lIiD li1I.1'A'1'RlCK JOSEIIIIINE ROSENBLUM HEI.1iN LONVRIE BARIIARA MAIIQIYIS ANNAIIELLE M1ililTl'11i EN JESSIE Ml-1'l'CA1.1f' IVIIRIAM CLARKE ELIZA IIARRIS 1-11-:LEN NICIDOUGALL LUCY CoLLIER ALICE l'1AR'l'Zl.l-IR L1Ie1LLE Nouns Lots l,1iVllI1iS GRACE ,EMICRY G1iR'l'RU11Ii I4AS11ROUCK lSI.lZAli1i'l'11 OIXIQIQS liliR'1'RUlJ1E SARc:I:N'r 1-IELI-:N SCOTT MILDIQIEIJ STONE .l 1CAN1i'1"1'Ii SIIIIAW KA'l'Il1.l'IlCN TICER AGNES '.l'1'10M1'SON lg1iRN1C1-I UIIRIRE IVIIRIAM I-IEIIIEMAN lf'l'111iL MAliY POWERS l':S'I'lIl'IR VNURORY IIEL1-IN Fox ANN l'lU'I'C'll1NGS ELLA RASMUSSEN IVIARCELLA FORSTIQRIVIARGARIE1' -IICWIELI. I-1ES'1'I-IR REEII FRANEI-:s GLENN .ll1I.lN1-I lflilili CYLAIIYS REINERE MARY NVAR11 JICSSII-I XVIIITNEY f.1IARI.0'I"1'l'2 XVILIQINSON Thrcv llzanldrvd Ilinlx fi c Judiciary Council ANNA Ll.ovn, '18 Cas l'residt-nt ol' the XYoinen's Lcaguel. Mlrnlucn Mltzlll-:1,l., 'IN Cas tfhairinan ol' the lloard ol' lit-presentativesl. llICI.lCX llRtlWN, 'lH, Senior lieiwesentative. Ill-:Ll-:N fJSIlANIl, 'l9, -lunior Reiwesentative. lnxlvim lll'2Al'0t'K, '20, Sophomore Representative. The -ludiciary Council stands in the same relation to the women of the University as the Student Council does in respect to the inen. lt serves to interpret and enforce the laws made hy the faculty, and to propose and make etjfeetive rulings of importance to all women students. XVhen originated in l9l3, and authorized hy the University Senate, it seemed hest to associate it with the XVoinen's League, the largest organization for women on the campus, as the hest way of reaching all of the women students through the Board of Representatives. The class representatives are entirely independent of this organization, however, being elected hy the women of the class as a whole at the animal spring meetings. 7 hrrv lI1lHtf7l'f1 Thirty-.nr 11 QT Society of the Sigma Xi MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established, 1903--Local Membership, 152 OFFICERS ALBERT M. BARRETT, M. D. . . P1'CSldCl1t Joan C. PARKER, E. E. . Vice-President . H. H. WILLARD, Ph. D. . Secretary A. J. DECICEII, B. S. . . . Treasurer COUNCIL J. R. ALLEN M. GOMEERG C. W. EDMUNDS ELECTIONS TO MEMBERSHIP Faculty JosEPH A. ELLIOT, M. D. HORACE W. KING, B. S. SVEN FROEEERG, Ph. D. H. M. MALIEJAN, M. D. Res1'dmzt Graduates CARL R. BROWN, A. B. A. BAIRD HAS'1'1NGS, B. S. W. C. Down, B. S. N. A, LANGE, A. B. RAY C. FRIssNER, A. B. DORA E. WARE, A. B. WM. MCK. GERMAN, M.-S. RUSSELL WATSON, M. S. F. MINA E. VVINSLOW I Uizdergraduates ' FLORENCE FENWICK SAMUEL.E. KATZ JOHN B. FRANKS W. C. RUSSELL W. S. GONNE THEODORE L. SQUIER The following, and no others, shall be eligible to active membership in the Michigan chapter: Cal any professor or instructor of the University who has shown noteworthy achievement as an original investigator in some branch of pure or applied scienccg Cbj as a non-resident member, any professor, instructor, or investigator, connected with a neighboring educational, scientific, or profes- sional institution not having a chapter, who would otherwise be eligible for active membershipg CCD any resident graduate who has by actual work exhibited an aptitude for scientific investigationg Cdl any undergraduate in the fourth year class, or else in the class substantially equivalent thereto, who has shown marked ability in the prosecution of some piece of work, done either independently or as a collaborator, or has shown evidence of originality in the solution of intricate problems and power to do constructive work with experimental data. All candidates must be vouchcd for by two or more active members of the chapter. . Three I-Iuurlred Thirty-ciglil Tau Beta Pi fNA'l'10NAL HONORIXRX' ENGINEERING FRA'1'lERNl'l'YQ MICEIIGAN GAMMA CHAPTER E.rfabI-islmd in 1906 HONORARY MEMBERS J. R. ALLEN H. B. Ml2RR1Cli G. W. PA'r'rERsON H. E. RIGGS H. C. SADLER C. J. TILDEN G. S. WILLIAMS A. E. WHITE RESIDENT ALUMNI MEMBERS J. C. PARKER H. H. HIGllI.li, N. Y. Alpha W. W. IQUESTICRMAN, Ky. Alpha A. D. MOOIQE, Penn. Gamma M. OSGOOD, '11 I. R. FLOOK, '13 R. S. ARCHER, '16 H. A. HICKS, '16 S. HOL'l', '16 F. A. NAGLER, Mich. Alpha M. I. OIQBECIQ, Minn. Alpha J. C. PALMER, Ill. Alpha UNDERGRA D UA TES E. D. CAMPBELL M. E. COOLEY j. B. DAVIS W. C. HOAD G. W. GOE'l'HAl.S E. LORCH A. ZIWET V. H. LANE, '74 H. W. DOUGLAS, '90 H. J. GOULDING, '93 C. T. JOHNSTON, '95 H. W. ICING, '95 J. K. CANNON, Ind. Alpha A. J. DECKER, Mich. Alpha J. E. EMSWILER B. F. BAILEY, '98 L. M. GRAM, '01 G. E. LEWIS, '08 R. K. HOl.LANlJ, '08 H. K. HOLLAND, '08 M. P. ADAMS S. S. A'l"rwOOD C. R. AVIERY K BIN'rz W. C. BROCKWAY R. H. CADY G. A. CLARK H. W. COLLINS W. H. COLLINS H. T. CORSON VV. S. DINWIDDIE D. M. DRAKE - E. G. DUDLEY E. G. FAI-ILMAN R. C. GI-:RMANSON C. W. GOOD C. A. HART J. R. I-IILI. A. V. LIVINGSTON!! W. A. MCliINLEY E. M. SCHARTER J. H. Sl-IARl'li W. B. SICKLIER P. C. STEPIIIEN I. NV. 'Fl-IOMS P. A. VICIQIEIRS D. C. VVEST Engineering Students who have maintained a rank in scholarship in the first eight of their class up to the second Semester of their Junior year or in the First quarter of their class up to the first se- mester of their Senior year, and who may he thought worthy hy reason of their personality and gooclfellowship, may he elected to membership by the active chapter. Tllrvt' l'I11nd1't'd 'I'l1irly-umm' Alpha Omega Alpha Natiolial I-Iouorary Medica! Fralvrnzily CHAPTER ROLL UNIVERSITY or ILLINOIS UNTVEIISITY or CHICAGO NfJlt'l'lAIWliS'l'lCl!N UNIVERSITY VVICSTERN RESERVE UNIVlil!SI'fY JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA XIVASHINGTON UNIVERSITY UN1VEIiSI'1'Y OF CALIFORNIA JOIINS HOl'lilNS LlNlVl2RSl'l'Y 'UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO UNIVIERSl'l'Y OF MlNNlESO'l'A LlNlVlERSl'l'Y OF MIGIIIGAN :HARVARD UNlVlEliSI'l'Y CORNELL UNlVl5liSl'l'Y SYRACUSE UNlVEllSl'1'Y MCGlLI. UNlVlCllSI'1'Y l.lNIVliRSI'l'Y OI-' NIEIBIIASICA TULANE UNIVlillSl'l'Y COLUMBIA UNlVliliSl'l'Y UNlN'liliSI'l'Y OF PITTSIIURGII . INDIANA UNIVIQRSITY FA CU L TY SECTION V1C'l'l5li CLARENCE VAUGI-IAN FRIQDERICK G. Novv C. CARL 1'IUl!liR ALIJIIEIJ SCOTT VVARTHIN CHARLES WALTER EDMUNDS R. BTSI-IOI' CANEIELD JAMES G. VAN ZWALUWENBURG UDO J. WII.E AI.BlEll'l' M. BARRl2'1"l' LOUIS H. NEWIIURGI-I CARL V. VVIELLIER MARK MAIQSHALL JOSEPI-I A. EI.l.l0'l"l' 1'XLlll2R'l' C. FURSTIENIKURG QlIlN'l'lili O. GlI.l!lER'I' EVAN G. GALBRAITH LYLE B. KINLIIQIIY THAROLD HENDERSON HARTI-IER L. KEIM FRI-:D. C. CURRIER JOHN B. GRANT ROLAND S. CRON RAYMOND J. NLl'l"l'lNG UNDERGRADUA TE Sl'ZC7'ION E. ROGERS SMITH DONALD K. BACON GEO. R. HlEliliMAN,N J. HAROLIJ SMITH W. PARKER STOWE JOHN F. CONNELL ROY M. GREENTHAL MlERI'1"1' D. HAAG LYNNE A. HOAG LESTER C. TODD The undergraduate section is a self-perpetuating body, elections being held at the end of the second semester of the Junior year, at which one-half of the members are elected, the remainder being elected during the first semester of the Senior year. Elections are made from lists approved by the faculty section. Scholarship is held to be the most important qualification, 'although strength of character, individuality, and originality and moral character in the broadest sense, including un- selfishness, respect for one's self, and for others with high ideals, are required. Three Hundred Forty p... If.. D. A 5 . 8: Phi Lambda Upsilon DELTA CHAI-'run HONONAR Y M.EMl?ER.S' 9 T BIGELOXV JULIUS STIEGLITZ fCl1icagoJ CAMl'l:1cr.L W. D. BANCR01-'T CCor11ellj A. B. S'r1cvlaNs RESIDENT ALUMNI AND A.S'SOClATE JIIEMBIZRS XV. L. BAIIGER F. E. BAR'I'lil.L R. J. CARNIQY H. N. Com A. L. FIQRGUSON C. C. Gmvlcu NV. FORSYTHE VV. J. HAI.:-: F. IJ. HASIQINS J. VV. RomNsoN H. H. VV1l.LA1m VV. P. Wfoon f1C'7'lI'li Mliilllfli E. C. Blu'r'mN N. A. I.ANm-: J. S. RICIITIG E. E. SCHUMACIIICR F. C. CAR'1'11:R E. G. F.xHI.m.xN R. K. Blillfli F. R. Nwrl-mw.xv E. H. W :mn F. H. KRANTZ NV. F. Z1 Nur: R. S. Ancmm H. H. BAR'l'I.Ii'l'T O. E. MAIJISON J. C. BRIICR C. F. SM.xR'r R. K. MCALPINE D. M. L1cH'rv C. C. MlCI.fJClll'Z R. L. Novv XV. G. SMIQATON C. S. SCH01cvFr.1a J. S. LAIR11 NS NN. E. CAKE C. N. FERGUSON NN. G. FRANCIA: F. NN. SULLIVAN L. A. COLLEN R. P. Russm. P. A. IQEICNE E. G. S'l'uu1nf:vA N1 BLACK A. F. W. VV. O'rIs Three Hundred Forly-one HUIIACIQ V Icrolz Rolalcm' H li N Ie Y If I nv I N The Order of the Coif CII! 1110 Law School of thx' l'niz'I'r.vi1'y L. NfVII.c:IIs H. LANL E. BLINKIQR M. BATES C. GQIIIIARII JOHN R. Roon Iinsox R. SIINnIaIzI.ANn l"AC'Ul.7'Y Nl5Jl1HIiR.S' Guovmz C. Glusmoluc of Michigan? .IOSICPII H. DRANII EVANS HOLIIIIQOIQ NV. GOIIIION STONIQR RALPH W. AIGLER .IOIIN BAIIKIQII XIVAITIZ EDGAR N. DUIII-'EE WILLAIIII T. BAIIIIOUR .S'TUDli1VT NliJVI1?1Zl?.S' Class of 1918 Ali'l'lIlYli BOIIN RAYMOND A. Fox LIICIIIS C. Borfrwoon ALoNzo C. RUIHLEY Tlwcc l'Inmirud Forty-two WILLIAM W. VISSCHLR IIONORARY MEMBERS PROF. RALPH W. AIGLER PROF- EDWIN C. GODDARD Pmw. Enmu N. DURFEE PROP. Grzovlzn C. Gmsmoulc VVILLIAN Ii. Bumsv Guouclc I.. FHQLU C11AuL1cs I.. GOI.DS'l'IElN l2Uc:lzNl4: IJ. TCIRKRY AIHQAHAM J. LEVIN Llsma I.. POLLOCK ACTIVE MliMl?lilf.S' RONALD A. BUTLIQR IJONALD F. Glzmwzs CHARLES L. IQAUFMAN OSCAR P. .LAMBERT THOMAS E. PHILLIPS J. WIRTH SARGEN1' 'l'1n'cc Hwmdrcd Forty-II1 rec I I Delta Sigma Rho Ilzlvrcollvgiaiv Pulzlic Spcalcing Fratvruiiy LINIVERSITY OF NIICHIGAN-ALPI-IA CHAl"l'lZR Ifozmded 1906 MEMBERS Ancnnc Lr:v1Nrz . . . . Jmxnss SCHIQRMI-zunolm . Romani' W. VVARU . NEAL D. IRELAND . ' ..... . AFFILIA TED MEMBERS P1101-'. THos. C. Tnumznoon Pnov. R. PROP. I. Liao Sr-IARFMAN Persons who have participated in intercollegiate oratori membership in Delta Sigma Rho. Three Hrmdrnl Forty-fvxn President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurci' Gavel Editor T. Hor.I.1s'1'1z1z cal events atc eligib le for 'T I X Ag if 4 fi! l fam . . vulgar. Urn A .i."'?'7i"E. E ll ' ,.,.-,, y Q., ,. .',v- A-, X -lj, .Ev , ,655-r " . ""' ' '.,f!r,Q,.J"? 9 ' A , v'-1 v.. ' Aristolochite Society HONORARY MEMBERS A. B. STEVENS VV. S. HUBBARD HENRY :KRAEMER FACULTY MEMBER C. C. GLOVER ACT! VE MEMBERS E. R. CRANDALL ELMER H. VVIRTH GEO. K. TINZEL ALFRED F. BLACK HERSC1'IEL B. MCWILLIAMS RALPH B. FAST WALTER E. IQIRCHGESSNER Any person of good moral character, being a student in the College of Pharmacy of the Uni- versity of Michigan and recommended by the Faculty, said recommendation to be based upon ex- cellence in scholarship, shall be eligible for membership in the Aristolochite Socictyg such person be- comes a member only upon tl1e unanimous vote of the active membership. Three Hundred Forty-five 1? .1155 . S-ANI. , P Tau Sigma Delta ALPHA CHAPTER Honorary Fraternity in Architecture and Allied Arts G HONORARY MEMBERS Pnox-'. EMIL LORCI-I ASSOCIATE PROT. JosEI'H J. A. RoUssEAU Pnol-'. Louis H. BOYNTON ' ASSOCIATE PROT. AUBREY TEALDI AssIsTANT PROP. FISKE KIMBALL ASSISTANT PROT. BEVERLY ROBINSON RESIDENT MEMBERS AssIsTANT PROT. GEORGE M. .MCCONKEY H. O. WHIT'rEIsIoRE ERNEST H. TRYSELL ACTIVE MEMBERS ' PAUL O. DAVIS ORRIN SToNE PHILIP B. MAHER RALPH L. BAUER Three Hundred Forty-.viz Phi Sigma Society UNIVERSTTY OF MICPIIGAN CHAPTER HONORARY MEMBERS PROF. H. H. BARTLE'l"l' DR. MAX M. PEET PROF. OTTO C. GLASER PROF. ROY SELLARS DR. QUINTER O. GILBERT PROF. ROBERT M. XVENLEY THEODORE W. ADABIS CHARLES E. ANDERSON FRANK N. BLANCHARD JESSIE L. BOLLMAN LEE BONAR HERMAN E. BOZER WILBER BROTHERTON, JR. ERNEST K. CHAPIN RAY C. FREISNER XIVILLIAM GERMAN ROY M. GREENTHAL LYNNE A. HOAG ROLAND F. HUSSEY PAUL U. IRELAND NORDERT A. LANGE H:OWARD S. LIIDDELI. FACULTY MEMBER MAX W. GARDNER ACTIVE MEMBERS MAX W ERS1-1 ow ORIN E. MADISON THEO1-HILE RAPHAEL JOSEPH S. R1cHT1c: HAIQLEY B. SHERMAN CHARLES R. SM1T1-I THEODORE L. SQUIERS JAMES H. STANTON NORMAN R. STOLL XVAS1-IINGTON P. STOWE ELHA E. VVATSON Thrcv Hundred Forty-.seven -167 C .5 WAY 4 ii Pi Delta Epsilon CI-Ionorary Fraternity in f01H'l'lt'lil'.YllLD Founded at Syracuxe Uniffcrsily in 1909 ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA BETA . ALPHA GAMMA ALPHA DELTA. ALPHA EPSILON ALPHA IoTA . ALPHA KAPPA BETA ALPHA . BETA BETA . BETA GAMMA . BETA DELTA . BETA EPSILON . BETA KAPPA . CHAPTER ROLL Syracuse University University of Nebraska Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ohio Wesleyan University Columbia University Colgate University University' of Michigan Lawrence College Hamilton University Coe College University of Arkansas University of Illinois University of Toronto NORMAN IBSEN C. PHILIP EMERY PHILIP C. PACK CECIL C. ANDREWS SAMUEL SLAVENS ELMER C. SCHACHT RUSSELL D,O0GE Three Hu n dn-ii Fo rty-eight FACULTY MEMBERS MOliRIS P. TILLEY, Ph. D. J. RALPH NELSON, A. M. JOHN A. MOSENPELIJER, A. B. RESIDENT MEMBER I-IARLAN H. JOHNSON ACTIVE CHAPTER ROBERT C. PATTERSON A. LOOMIS KIRKPATRICK MAURITZ HEDIN L. H. MATTERN ARTHUR Hoians BERNARD WOHL 'l- SEYMOUR WILSON ARTHUR ZIGLER Q.:- Iota Sigma Pi CHo11orary Sorority in Chemistryj PATRONESSES MRS. S. L. BIGELOW MRS. C. C. MlEI.0CI'I!i MRS. R. K. MCAL1'1NE MRS. W. G. SMEATON MRS. A. H. WHITE ' GRADUA TE MEMBERS SELMA BANDERMER MABIEL IQEBLER FLORENCE FENWICK OLGA SHINKMAN JUSTINA HILL , BARBARA WILD FLORENCE WLXSON . A CTIVE MEMBERS .ANN CHRISTICNSON MARIAN LEONARD LAIRD ELIZABETH DUNLAP PEARL LOCKHART DOROTHY HALL IOHANNA MOIJEROW MARGARE'f HAWKSHURST MARY MOIQSE CHARLOTTE IQELSEY ESTHER DEPEW TAYLOR Three Hundred Forty-nine 1 1' 'i' ' ,' .L-,.. . ' - 1 - w- , 1 f'f1 -v, F15 P14 ' .v-FLA V. 'hm' ' 'ff' 'I 1 A A -n w. r' 1 f A 5' ' Q' 'Legg 15532 ., 'r' f .Ai'u', jf , A Vx:-,f.,., . ,rw 'A' XX 'Juv -Ah' 'xx X, +L-'Jani , -+A -' w .. ,- 4 , 7-,.v.3 . . ,l1,,l ,L ' '- 4 I- ,Q Q .. -' "'7 " . Fil ,-V-,A . A".'Q,3i19i':QII.,,,:I',.x' flu' ', ,v- 5- . " ir! ": HTA . , 'ff 761' N v 'wfkl ' '.., " A'+-Q" .-' , - . ..uf'.-': - ,- ,J I' I " hi1'4','?"' 'PKQ GQ " , 5 , f , . . A 'I ' ' 24,-p 6'."' r' V,"'U!, 'X 5x94-' 1 -'f . ,.. 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FLI NT'4.IFIUJ ' REEIYI i'HI"1EL-BELLY IYIILLE IZ 5TUlZK- L E65' MHC K TE ETEiZ'TVIi'5lNI'fIUN5 NTf1Kli'VM'EUUD- DUTY LHNE' ZVCN il-1F1IZl7E RED - DUE ' DUNNELLY UM k am.1P.."!i Senior Society, Engineering College JO rec lfmnlrczl Fi fly-f .J 1 1 'f' Tzffkiafgi. ,. .,,..u,. 1 v ,- Qu ' 0117 f'f0.+ f"-as m Fdsufto kv: N E. COOLYI-Y HC ANDERSON C T JOHNSON CJ TILDEH !K,.J.DEQK'11'.P. H C DADLER 3.6. ZOYYSKI J. B DAXH5 J. HCISSEL J 12. 2"s.LLEH il! E.P.1GG5 .1-LHIGBIE Yrntres lv- Co! legio J. D HIBBARD H .W COLLINS 1a.H.m2Lr1Y w1:5.,51cHLE.R N. .1 Jslznznme PHD. Qmamzom. wf5.D1Nw1DD1E 12.c.GE:P-.xflanson 0 fs. con mann EPHAQDELL HAKHOWLSOH F J Kosztmcx n.m.H-.HGLEY wx-1. C1-sm: 1-1.E.MoN1:E1.xus CR. SABIH F. 1.sf?E,!31gAn FJ TH L.w.'I'I'1CJI'l.S Senior Society, l,itcrzu'y Collcgc 'l'l1r4'4' 1,H'Hd7'l'!I Fffly-five Senior Socirty. Law College Barristers MEMBERS IN FACULTY DEAN H. M. BATES PROE. J. H. DRAKE PROF. T. A. BOOLE PROF. G. C. GRISMORE PROF. W. T. BARROUR PROE. W. G. STONER PROP. R. E. BUNKER PROF. EVANS HOLRROOK MEMBERSHIP ROBERT M. ALLAN . MERCHANT B. BOWMAN EDVVARD C. BUTLER JAMES H. CAR'rwRIm-IT JOSEPH B. COMSTOCK HAIQOLIJ M. EASLEY GLENN M. COULTER R. GLEN DUNN JOHN M. ERWIN Yhlcc Hundmd Fifty-.vim JAMES VV. THOMAS IN SERVICE IVIARION S. HAYQLAN GEORGE F. I'IURI.EY WILLIAM S. :KAMMERER FRANK S. :KREMER BENJAMIN S. MO'l"1'E!i JOHN J. POLESKI DONALIJ A. FINKBEINER J. FRANK HOL7Clll'l'ON HElihIAN R. MILLER 5 Iiu Such-ly. Vivil I'1ng'iuucring Q IIIEI5 A IIIIIIIE SENIOR CIVIL ENGINEERING SOCIETY I 14-..- HONOFZAIEY PEUEHDRIG65 PR.0FC.TJOHNST'0N MIZICESIWILLIAMS X PR,OE'H.W KING OFFICERS RZAKIMBERLEY CHIEF ENGINEER I ORLSABIN A5511 ENGINEER, .J L. VNLBSIC-KLEIVJ STAKEIVIAN I , - -49 I my CA.I-IART J. In I-nu. . 5.c.,5c1-:Aoi-IT R, M. WOODWARD I I was Rocxwfw RA. VICKELR3 me AKBR5 R,.H.CADY I c. B, .STARIQING 6. GAMPB DLL m.M.scHAFPT ma mA.MCK1sNz1 5 I I lri. -Y-L I I llzwu llu11IIrc1'I 1'z I IMSDINWIDDI E RECORDER, I HRIACH NICCLIY Senior Sncicty R I' X Owls IIONORARV Jlllillfllilil? DR. HAll0I.Il S. HUI.BlCll'l' RIZSlDliNT GRADUA TES . u ACTIVE MEMBERS 'AHfKliliY,' LICCALLUM "Nolan" Ins!-:N "Uncle" XNORIJXVARD "DON" FINKHEINICR u u U "DON" Ml'l'l'IIliI.!. " Tlx you llnmlrcd Yfifty-aight VVAI.'I'H S'rAlcR1.1-1R CARROLLU COLLINS Bon" PA'r'rrcRsON LARRYH BURCHARO "TOM" TOI.AN Pwnc" SCRIRNIQR GR MARION GALTON MARIE MACAULIEY . RUTH L. BAILEY . MARIORIE KII.BUIiY . JUNE BROOKS OLIVE HAGEN MABLE HALL LAURA JONES MILDA JOSENIIANS Independent Senior Girls' Society Senior Society President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer ACTIVE MEMBERS IXLTCIE KRAFI' W1sL'rHA MCLAC1'ILAN MILIDIIED MIGIIELL OLGA PERSCHIIACHER JESSIE SAUNDERS MARGARE'F YERKES Tlwvc Humlwed Fifty-nine Senior Girls' Society, Literary College RUTH L. BAILEY CLARISSA D. VYN . LOIS MAY . . MARIAN WILLIAMS . MILDRIfD MIGIIELI. . PANSY BLAKE HELEN BOURKI-1 GERTRUJJE BRor1c HIELEN BROWN PAULENE CI-IAMPLIN , KATHERINE HARRINc:'roN ANNA LLOYD Three Hundred Sixty Mortar Board ACTIVE MEMBERS CoNs'rANcE W1 NC H ELI, President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Custodian RUTH MACLACHLAN MARIE MACAULEY FRIEDA IVICLELLANA NoNA MYIERS GRACE RAYNSFOIQD VALORA QUINLAN LOUISE WILLIAMSON Iunior Society, Literary College it Q 'A Y tr-,,, Sphinx H ONORARY SPHINXES C1-rAm.1cs P. VVAGNIQR JOHN A. C. Hn.nN1cu . CHARLES B. VIli13Eli'l' A C T1 VE PHI NXE S Pliaraoh ......... Baldibaldi, Juggler of the Ancient Papyrus Marathon, Guardian of the Golden Shekel Murad, Subject of the Deities.. . . Kahzar, WHl'ldC1'Cl' in the Sahara . . . Getclia, Chaser of the Fliglity Ostrich . . . Zip-the-Zephyr, Peace Interlocutor for Foreign Powers Gomak, Pliaroalfs Little Shaver .... Hascm, Tender ol' the Sacred Bull . VVohlgl1ast, Feeder of Raw Meat . . Optik, Keytcnder of the Imperial Vaults . Bogglczung, Teller of the Trutliful Tales . Sobeit, Sacred Sootlisayer . . . Zubad, Heavcr of the Sacred Boulders . Alibut, Leader of the Death Dirge . . Zuraph, Imperial Sarcophagus Carver . . Orseerus, Trusted Guide of Earthly Destinies . Flitcher, Frcuzied Follower of the Frivolous Dance . Barab, Muzzler of the Royal Alligator . . Ump, Lord of the Replcnished Harem . Sickcm, Trainer of the Caravan Crew . Dodgem, Master Man of Mysteries . . Phalzad, Keeper of the Hidden Beauties . u u at u u xr u u "jim" McClintock "Dick" Hummer ll H ll ll H H ll Spav" Gault Tad" VVicman Siler" Sedgwick Russ" Doogc ' "Al" Fox B1'oody" Howard Hal" Louis Q "Bud" Clark "Bill" Nye Snake" Parks Dick" Reavill Doc" Emery Robbie" Robinson Sharp" Roescr Tom" Maynard Io" Broderick Joel' Hanish Bob" Dancer Hairy" Carey Bruce" Millar Davy" Crockett Three Hundred Sntv one Q LX L., L ,M .. , 1' 1.1 f -I 0 , . 1 V A v ',',,4fzx, ' K, Cyn I' x If ', ,A L A X H Y L N ...J Q LLFS HONOIULILY PXEWHVIE H33.l7QGfC12o 7XfHQLovm.L Hi'lLH1o.eyL'z . JILALLEN d ABULQLEY QFFICW J.IQtbTCLA11U1153s. C. .5PA1Qc99'fc. C-TVAN DUQEN-TLQESMQ. 'B1LL' EMBITT "DHL BEAN 'FLY 51665119 'cmumc' CAMPBELL "cm" canvmg 'E1LL" CIQJSET .EGG"lDOR'1QXNCff 'Tom' GAKKEZJTT 'JACK' Capes LAL" Hagen HHN? HOQNITZ Ill d dSA'tt Mmbzxgfn 'HAP' JHF9 L.O.B'1L1NDsTx10M "HM" MACK " NI 55 MILLER "5L1M'Do1Q'f11 'ILX' ST CLNLQ "D1cK"Em1TH Q "I71.P' SPAQKQ DQN Sbmwcfmq NBQB' 3TO11K?1L 'TED VAN DUSBN gn Upper Class Chemical Society 1 i 1 1 X .4.....lQl..9.,.. .L.. .... , . .A V if 5 I 5' A D Q Y 'fx Q W ' I S .'-'gt igrfqvffuf 1 :ff-5HifH?ff:?3 " 1 I ' A . ' 31 f?f:"f?f Alchemlsts L5 :': , 2 jly 'N HONORARV ,' Pleolf. A. H. XXVI-11'l'l5 Pnolf. S. L. B1c:1sLow N f it j PROF. NV. G. SM1sA'roN PROP. H. H. VVILLARID Pkolf. NV. J. I'IALE MR. K. N. ZlMmlcusH1lc1.1u X , 5 ,' g A PROF, li. E. VVARIE Plcolf. F. E. BAu'l'1cLL f ' , V f ' Q DR. S. C. l.lNu MR. R. S. AllCl'Il'2li g 9 :ffiq ' P 1l.1A.s'T151f f A Q ' iv 1 NQIERIVIYH GICRNIANSON . . . 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S1 x -... . , --......- ,- ... rvr llllmlrvd .Sixty-tlnrce ADA ARNOLD MA1lGAIlI5'F A'1'ICINSON HAZEL BECKWITH HANNAH CHAMPLIN LUCILE DUEF PHYLLIS EGGLESTONE GROESO GAINIES BLANCHE GOODELL GERTRUDE GUNN' IDA BELLE GUT1-IE 7 IH ce Hzmdr ed Szmtyfallr Iunior Girls' Society, Literary College Wyvern HAZEL HOFFMAN EMILY LOMAN JEAN MAcLENNAN ANNA MACMAHON Doms MCDONALD HZELEN OSBAND MARCIA PINKERTON EMILY PONVELL HESTER REED 1 OLIVE VVIGGINS x Inter-Class, All-Campus Society ,P ax 01:01:10 an LI IRIOL onlolsouliixlil lolrolalolaiii 2,5 :i J 5 -: :E E1 '1 9-' -T i Il I . A ' - V ' fill fi l- lili ll llii I :wil 'Tx' " 1' R ,. , g N yg ,I -A X lr ,G f 'I Il ,yiol - io gsm QTFETQLX - Ii.: lfjf x, , I B ,77'r'ff . 1 l uf- M,-fl. I Q J .W , A".' A -. .-I -11,21 .- 'fT1.j:':i'a 1.'-'r'Z'f"':' :T-raj-:fa sipbi-.-.-.5 Griffins HONORARY FACULTY GRIFFINS 10512111-1 H. DRAKE JOHN B. 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Obesitius. u 41 U H H ll U H U H N H "Doc" NYE H ll H H HBRUISEH SWANEY ll 'iMOSEi, LANGLEY "PHIL" PACK "CLIFF" SPARKS l'TAD,, VVTICMAN "IAcK,' ii'illlIlARD "Bon" PA'l"l'lERSON HPHILU EZMERY "Sumo" SIQDGWICK "Cue" ANDREWS REX" ST. CLA1R ART" GOODSELL C1-IUCN" B005 UJIMMTEU SCHERMERI-IORN H YI BEAN W1as'roN Joie" HANISH MIKE" BRo111aRrC'K MA'1'T', TowAR VVALDOH MCKRE AL" SHOlENFlliI.lD I'i:ARRYU CAREY ART" Irivlcl. Hucoi' BRAUN SMALLIEVH MORIQISON FRICKU FRICKEN LAM" LAMRIQRT GABBY,, GABRIEL EM" EMERY GUS" Gomz WAr.1"' ATLAS Three Hundred Sixty-five Inter-Class Forestry Society . s' ., If E ,As G E R S .. 3 .- ' ' .: "aff 5 ,wt . .- f Q,55,4,,i- . Riff' .wi-' If .fn T," 'jkv-A' .. 1941 f 1,114 SIL, x ...........f-.M-0 ,,-,.---" .. is X-'HQ'-9..- W""""""71f41w:ff:fifr????rrrw:Q.f..e.- - .Q 95 192 :- 1:-f - ' " 'fl'E144f-.1-osz.::-1225.1 pg- .- "if ?::f 1 ' f A . I ----"M 'f' l-ie? gg:-5-ag.. , . 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Wm' KLA, f""'B5i:g"'-,Q- '11, .- . - 12-. wo' A l h-'fn' . I 3:-,.'.'. .1 X --.15 -. X - Q.:-1 ' ... - V zghgfffjff-,f if .Qi .P X 5 , AM' ' ,fl I j.'5,gi5 N - .. . 2, 52" 'A' 4'-E: f V ' A "5'q2:X' x 1 ' ' X Three Hundred Sixty-.ri.1' is h ' P53921 'NX1 fi 1 Upper-Class Society, Medical School flu , VUW"W 'u"'n' U'4M m 1i Q r.I'W 1 ,u -ffflll..!',mIIHJ H mu yn MV ll' 4 'HHMII!ilN1Xl'U"'5u'f"" 1HW Sf1m'fill1,,lWua1v'f1 " 1 'W hMNn., T W1 MN fwfL'1 "5 !W""'M 1 , IH K 1 Il?'mlHwl' Il1II Hill!! Lffdffqf IH W"1"'WN U: A A E N M 1iffn,r11asw QV ,, ,,41JE2IJWI'l'l'l1'N If I Wm WL1:11,l'?N"' .L W HQNQIQAQY V, . ilk DRMGVAUQHAP1 DI2.rm.PEz::'r. My X Q- DEGG-HUBER DRA.c.fusmrm5fe6 s Q , , D12..m5.cAnF1r1.n D2.cn5.5m:12mcrx. AX., DR.H.H.crmmNG.5 DR.Q.o.er1.brm. V' n1e.R.PfTrr25oN DR.H.HENDfR5OH X '30 y DEU-I WILT. DR.Tl.G.GALDRAIT1-I f ' DR.r1.mAR.sHALL DR.G.I'19CLUi2f. 'QS' 17ra.:n15.ci1zANT. ff ? ACTLVE. N f I I ' ' ' , f 1 2522322 Jssaazsim, ZQQZEETQEY M ESX ssageafgzffq W LM G- CTEIF-VE fo. mov? A A SMQQQQLL Qsaiaszap M x 1an1Hf.1,L. wzlmgrsffrx ' E.c.15ATJr1cfAmfn c.r..Ro,sf12. fs -X ! X A.H.WATT. TfffTHALNf.'K H- I V X 1 f g I Al' ,K J HIM W 4 W ff: X W m f X 2 V 1 w F Y N' k w flpf f li L Wiz H' gahiflnuufnmuugn ' .: ' f ,. , mm m UM M ll!Illllllllllllllllillliilliill IIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINXIIL A 'ML new : A Tl HddS' Junior Society, Law School Archons HONORARY MEMBERS PROF. RALRH W. AIGLER PROF. JOHN B. WAITE 1917-1918 ARCHONS PROF. EVANS HOI.BROOIC MEMBERS IN ABSENTIA A WALTER O. R. JOHNSON LEE E. JOSLYN JAMES E. CHENOT HUGO E. BRAUN EMIL ANNEKE RONALD A. BUTLER HAROLD B. CORWIN LESLIE G. FIELD DONALD F. GEDDES Three Hundred Sixty-:ight ERNEST L. ZEIGLER ACTIVE MEMBERS ROLLIN R. WINSLOW LESTER E. WATEREURY ROBERT 'I-I. WILSON LAURIENCE D. LARKE J. WIRTH SARGENT ABRAHAM J. GORNETZKY EUGENE D. KIRKBY OSCAR P. LAMBERT DON T. MCKONE JOHN C. ROBERTS ARTHUR L. CROSS LYMAN L. BRYSON WALDO MCC. MCKER GEORGE F. IIURLEY HAROLD C. L. JACKSON ALLEN SCI-1o1aN1f112LD Inter-Class, All'Campns Srcifty ' r I 4 Toastmasters HONORARY MEMBERS H1cRm2R'r R. CROSS ACTIVE MEMBERS THOMAS F. MCALLIS1'EIi CHARLES B. VIIIBERT HAI!0I.D P. Sco'r1' JOHN DAVIS HIBRARD NORMAN H. IBSEN HoRAcra KEMP KEENA ROLLIN R. WINSLOW Three Hundred Sixty-nine Upper-Class Society, Marine Engineering AJNVW' ffw ' 'RR 'R fffiaf-- 1' fjrfw W. BIND T U rpikc 14 5 I :RE -T-ff ff! 3 3? ei'-. . 5-5 , -7 YM W . Hlmf-1 3 ff- . 'R 4, ' C. C.. Q1-C .R f 7 E: J +R' - if f Quarterdeck OFFICERS ' H. F. ROBINSON, Commodore E. M. MURPHY, Steward F. G. HEALY, Vicc-Commodore H. M. STEPHEN, Purscr HONORARY MEMBERS H. C. SADLIZR, Sc. D. C. BURNS C. S. LAWTON C. F. MAYEIQ G. L. PETERSEN H. A. SEEGER Thru' llundrcd Seventy E. ACTIVE MEMBERS L, C. H D A M. BRAGG, B. S. E. STEPHENSON SWARTFIGUER TAYLOR S. WARD M. YOUNGQUIST THE 1918 BIICHIGAXENSIAN STAFF J 12l,M1gN C, SCIJACHT A. LOOMIS KlRKI'A'l'RICK Iblarmgillg Editor 1gll.Vl'IIl'XS Illnuagvv' ELMER C. SOHACHT. . A. LOOMIS .KlRKI'A'l'RICli . REED E. BACH MAN . . MILIJRED NIIGHELL . . JAMES SCI-TIERMICRHORN, JR. HUGO BRAUN . . SEYMOUR B. VVILSON . LEWIS H. 1VIA'I"1'liRN ROY E. STRTNTQER . . CARL H. NVILMIYI' . . LA NDER VV. B1 l'l"l'liRl"1 l'II.I'l. PHILIP C. PACT: . . E. LEO NL7GEN'1' . JOHN D. CAMERON . ROY A. CHANDLER . JOSEPH H. BRODICRICK . The 1918 Michiganensian Managing Editor Business Manager Art Editor VVomen's Editor Sports Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Assistant ASSO CIA TE EDITORS Business Manager ROBERT B. GOTEREUSON CHARLES E. BUIELL, JR. H LOUISE IRISH RUDOLPH C. GIERMANSON A. PETER V1XNBIllTN'1' SAMUEL R. ROSliN'I'l'IAL LAWRENCE R. VANNIESS SYLVESTER E. GOLOEERO DEWEY F. FAGERBERG HEliIlIiIi'l' L. DUNHAM VVALIIO G. HAIillIER'F JOSEPH J. IQUCERA CLAYTON S. EMICRY FDI'1'Oli'l'Al, STAFF BUSINESS STAFF ART STAFF MA RI :A R ET K. J EW ICLT. ,JOHN L. POLESIQI JOSEPH R. DARNALL DONALD L. MITCHELL HERSCHEL B. MCWILLIAMS JAMES H. TUTTLE VVILLIS BLAKESLEE VVICRNERVV. DUEMLINO J. ERWIN GOODNVILLHC All'1'1'IITll E. ZIGLER SAM S. 1xAU1fMAN H. CORNELL SMITH JAMES XV. ROBERTSON Thrm' l'lnmlrt'zl Scvcntg than- THE RIICHIGAX DAILY S'IzxIfF, 1917-1918 RORER1' 'I'. MCDONALD C- PHILII' EMERY Managiigig Editor l3u.ri11v.s'.v jifllllllfjff The Michigan Daily IQOBICR1' T. MCDONALD C. PIIILII- EMERV . C. S. CLARK, JR. . . HlElillliR'l' G. VVILSON. . JAMES SCIIERMERHORN, ju.. BRUCE A. SWANEV . . IVIIIJIRICIJ C. MIfil'IIiI.I. . lVl'ARGARli'l' I-T. COOLEY . J. ELLSWORTH ROBINSON . HAROLD MAKINSON . . PAUL E. CHOLET'l'E . BERNARD WOHL . HAlQOI.D R. SMITH . NIGHT- EDITORS Managing Editor Business Manager News Editor City Editor Sports Editor Telegraph Editor Women's Editor Literary Editor Circulation Manager Advertising Manager Publication Mmiagcr Subscription Manager Credit Manngcr RUSSELL C. BARNES C. R. OSIUS, JR. CLARENCE L. ROIESER J. R. MCAI.PINIi M. G. HEDIN WILLIAM W. Fox ljOROTHY E. PA'I"l'ERSON LOUISE IRISII V. H. RIORDEN FLORENCE M. PRICE VERA BROWN GERTRUDE SERGEANT PAUL A. SIIINRMAN BUSINESS STAFF WM. A. l..El'1'ZINCER EARL H. CRESS ROBERT SE'r'rLE HELEN CHRISTEN C. G. SCHMIEDESKAMP GEORGE A. CADWELL, JR. C. M. CAMPBELL VV. R. A'I'LAS MARK H. EIILlIER'r HORACE E. HUN'l'l2I! RILl.A A. NELSON K. FRANCES HANDIIIO PIIILIR SLOIwIOv1'1'z FRANCES BROENIC IDA E. MlNl'ZS SAMUEL LAMPORI' EDGAR L. RICE DAVID B. LANDIS HARIQY IJ. HAUSE L. A. STORRICR KATHERINE liII.l'A'l'RlCK AGNES ABEI.IE ' FRANCES H. MACI DONALD FRANCIS H. CASE Thrcc Ilumlnd Seventy 'ue - S'I'UlllCN'l' T'um.lcA'r1oN Orrrcns The Michigan Daily V To follow the development of the Michigan Daily from its incipient stages in 1890, as the U. of M. Daily, to its present status, is to review in brief the demonstrative history of practical journalism in the University. The U. of M. Daily began its five-year career above a Main street fruit store. Quarters were cramped, equipment poor, and the resultant product erratic in policy as well as in appearance. Not- withstanding its inefhciency and ineffective practices, the paper existed until 1895. Six years later the official publication problem was solved in the consolidation of the contem- porary, the 'Varsity News, and the reorganized U. of M. Daily, under the name of the Michigan Daily-News. . In 1903, the journalism department having so far progressed, the University deemed it advisable to make the publication a privately owned corporation. To the equipment in 1915 was added the New York Sun news service. Later United Press was adopted and at present the Michigan Daily's connection with the outside world is by means of As- sociated Press. With the change of control came a renaming of the paper to the Michigan Daily. The Daily's purpose as the ofhclal publication of the University students is to publish the news of t11e campus as well as to provide a field for practical experience in the department of Journalism. The editorial staff consists of thirty-two regularly appointed journalists, who have earned their positions through actual merit and performance. Seventeen members of the business staff are re- sponsible fer the advertising and circulation departments of the publication. In addition to this, thirty-five cub reporters as well as many business assistants are trying out for permanent staff ,po- sitions. Due to inroads made by war, as shown by the thirty-two stars on the service flag of the. paper, women have become .active as staH members. Two women have taken positions as night editors, a new departure in policy. Ten women have been accorded staff positions. . As the only morning paper in Ann Arbor, a city of 20,000 population, the Michigan Daily has won a place in .the homes of the townspeople and an enviable position as one of the best equipped and handled university newspapers in the United States. Iltrvz' H1111d1'urI S1"vz'11Iy-.vi.r MICHIGAN AW REVIEW PUBLISIIED MONTHLY DURING Tllli ACADEMIC YEAR, EXCLUSIVE OF OCTOBER, BY THE LAW SCHOOL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN " BUIBCRIPTION PRICE 52.50 PER YEAR. 35 CENTS PER NUMBER RALPH W. AIGLER, EIII'1'oR-IN-Cn-IEE IiIJl'l'ORIAL BOARD Faculty HENRY M. BATES JOSEPH DRAIQE 1inw1N C. GOIIDARIJ VlC'l'0li H. LANE VVILLARD T. BARIIOUR Stndcnt.s', alflvoiulvd by llw Faculty from the Class of 1918: AUTILLYJK BOIIN, of Illinois. 1'IECTOR AIQTIIUII MCCIIIMMON, of Michigan. Lucrus Comsrocxc BOLTVVOOD, of Michigan. SAMUEL GooowIN PICKUS, of Iowa. SAMUEL Louis Com-:N, of Minnesota. 1'lENRIETTA ELIZAIIETII ROSENTIIAL, of Michigan. RAYMOND ARcII1RAI.u Fox, of Kansas. ALoNzo CLISMENS RUIIILEY, of Ohio. MELVIN RALPII GOMBRIG, of Illinois. JAMES WILLIAM TIIoMAs, of Michigan. LESTER SANDER lliceur, of Pennsylvania. LESTER BENTON VINCLINT, of Washington. EARL LOIEII XVIENER, of Louisiana. NOTE AND COMMENT THE HRIGI-ITU 'ro BREAK A CoN'rRAc'1r.-It is common knowledge that the fully developed common law ailords no means to compel the performance of a contract according to its terms. Does it follow from this that there is no legal obligation to perform a contract, or if obligation there be, that it is alternative: to perform or pay damages? A note in the XIV MlCl'l. L. REV. 480 appears to give 3.11 aflirmative answer to this question and at least one court Clirye v. Hubbell, 74 N. H. 358, at p. 374D' has taken the same view. Probably the most forcible exposition of this position is given by Justice Holmes in his admirable address, "THE PATH OF THE LAWN C10 HAIKV. L. REV. at p. 4625. The passage is suihciently picturesque to deserve auotation: "Nowhere is the confusion between legal and moral ideas more than in the law of contract. Among other things, here again the fights and duties are invested with a mystic significance and explained. The duty to keep a contract at that you must pay damages if you do not 'omit a tort, you are liable to pay a to pay a com- is all the WHS 7'ln'rcH1mdrcd S'vzcnM vcvcn L ALLEN S1'l01iNFIliLIl, '18 NOIQBIAN Ins1iN, '18 12 XXVAIJIAICR Rncss, '20 . Roy H. FRICKICN, '19 Rlzlcn E. l3,xcnMAN, '20 The Gargoyle Managing Editor Business Manager Business Manager Associate Editor Art Editor Editorial Staff i I. VV. Romale'1'soN, '20 Plump C, PACK, '13 1VIARGA1m'r Jmvnm., '20 JEAN!-1'1"l'l-I 1qllCKlN'l'VI5I,IJ, '18 B,,xi,,0U fmff ALICE M. BUn'rLnss, '18 L. 5' ROSENY '19 Mies. Cr.A1uzNcra BAKER GOSIIORN, '19 Sq-UART SONNICI '19 JAMES ScHlclzMmuIolzN, JR., '18 Hoymm- SN11'1'1-I' '20 Ay! Sfaff 1'IOI1IiR'l' BUOL, '20 5. G' Wnanmz, '19A HAROLD I"fAWKES, '20 Three I-lundred Scwnty-eight GORIPGN C. ALKCK, '18 AR'l'IlUR IC. Nouns, '19 jwflllflfjilly ffdilor l?n.ri111'.v.v fW!llIllfjl'1' University of Nlidligilll OfHcial Students' Directory 1917-1978 lil7I7'ORl.4L STAFF 1'IAR0l.ll S. 'FRUI-IMAN, '19, Associate Iiditm' IJAVIS A. I311-'lf1cNmeR1fl-:R, 'ZOE CARL T. I'IOGAN, 'ZOIE EDNVARD I. Jlilwlzlfas, '20 XVILMI-:R B. VV1cA'1'm-:Rs, '20 F1.oRtAN H. Hlss, '20 ICAR1. H. Smrcsm-:R4:1cR, '20 1fU,S'lNliS.S' STAIVIV Russxau. C. BARNES, '20 LAURIEI. A. I.UN11QU1s'1', '19 Rom-:R'r M. HlcI,1.r:R, '20 IQARL H. V14:1.mi, '20 Three Hundred Seventy-nine THE MICHIGAN TECHNIC. 269-271 New Engineering Building Ann Arbor, Michigan OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Published quarterly in the months of October, December, March, and May by the Engineering Society Technic Staff W. C. BABBITT, '19, Managing Editor C. A. HAR'1', '18, Business Manager R. H. ERLEY, '18, Associate Editor M. H. Avmzs, '19, Transitory Slants W. H. DORRANCE, '19 Circulatioi , 1 Manager XV. H. Dow, '19, Assignment Editor I. J. KQILMER, '18, Sales Manager ASSIS TAN TS A. E. DYMEN'1', '20 H. J. L. COTTON, '20 F. W. PARSONS, '20 A. F. KING, '20 ADVISORY BOARD PROP. E. M. BRAGG, Chairman isis, Secretary ASST. PROP. J. R. NELSON, Advisory Editor AssT. PROF. J. E. RMSWILER, Treasurer C. R. SABIN, '18, Pres. Eng. Soc. Assr. Pnor. A. O. L Thru' I'I1rudrmi Eighty Gigs Zlnlanber A A Literary Magazine, Founded 1891, Published by Students of the University of Michigan EDITORIAL STAFF Managing Editor . .... MAli1ON4HOLDEN, '18 Consulting Editor . LUCILE QUARRY, '18 Faculty Advisor . ...... ROY W. COWIJEN ASSOCIATE EDITORS MRS. CLARENCE GOS1-IORN, '19 MARGARET COOLEY, '18 IQELSEY GUILEOIL, 'ZOL ROGER THOMAS, '18 CATI-IERINE CONNELL, '18 HELIEN DAVIS, '19 Business Manager MARIE PAULUS, '18 MARJORIE VAN ZANDT, IQATHLEEN BRENNAN, '19 MURIEL BAUMAN, '19 A SSI S TA N TS REBECCA Glil'IlENlllCllG, '18 INGLE VVHINNICRY, '17 IQATHERINE HA1llilNG'fON, '18 LEWIS P. WALIIO, '18 MIRIAM HEIDIEMAN, '19 KA'1'1ILEEN TEER, '19 PAULINE BENEDICI, '19 BUSINESS STAFF A S SIS TA N TS ' 19 BLANCHE LA NE, '18 MAliGAR1E'1' JEWELL, '20 HOPE FERGUSON, '19 AI.nA HENIJERSON, '19 HARRIET WOODWORTH, '20 Three Plzmdred Eighty-one JOHN li. CA1w1l'mcI.r., '18 Bruuflc SNVANIEY, '18 jlftlllllfjlllg Editor and l3u.vilzc.vs lfditm' Amociaiv lfdifor Nlmuc K. EHI,I!ICR'l', '20 Buucl-1 I. MIl.I.AI2, ' Thru' Hundred Eighty-two University of lVllClllg2lll ATHLETIC PROGRAM Oilicial Publication of the University of Michigan Controlled by The Board in Control of Student Publications EDITONIA L A.S'.S'I.S'TANT.S' DoNAI.n C. Bnomuav, '20 A SSIS TA N T If U Sl N I 5 .S'.S' M A NA GER Emu. F. GANSCHOXV, '19 19 Board in Control of Student Publications PROFESSOR R. SUNIQERLAND PROFESSOR F. N. SCOTT PROFESSOR J. W. BRADSHAW DEAN I. R. EFFINGER Josmfl-I R. DARNALL ARTI-IUR G. IPPEL VVALDO M. MCKEE Three Hmuircd Eighty-three Tllrcc llmulnwl Eighty-fam' Tm: C1-mMIs'mv 1Zm1.mNr Michigan's Year in Oratory and Debate The early publication of the NITCTIIGANIENSIAN this year makes impossible a com- plete record of the year's work in Oratory and Debate. But a general idea of platform activities can be given. Mr. Ralph M. Carson, with his oration,"The Scholar and the Socialist," last May won second place in the Northern Oratorical League Contest, held at Minneapolis, un- der thc auspices of the University of Minnesota. Mr. Logan Hall, of Northwestern, won the hrst honors. In the class contests this year, Mr. C. H. Daley won the right to rep- resent the sophomores, Mr. H. A. August and Mr. Kelsey Guilfoil the Juniors, and Miss Lois May and Mr. Robert VVard the Seniors. Last spring, Mr. james Schermerhorn, -Ir. won the State Peace Oratorical Contest held at Ypsilanti. The national situation shortly afterward grew serious and our nation was involved in war with Germany, and the inter-state and national contests were not held. By common consent, the colleges of the state this year allowed the Peace contest to lapse, as it was felt that the subject of Peace was too delicate to handle during war times. Michigan's efforts in the Central League Debates this year were not crowned with success. We lost to Chicago three to nothing, and to Northwestern two to one. The question was "Resolved, that compulsory arbitration should be adopted for all labor dis- putes involving railroads and other public service companies." For the first time in the twenty years of the League's history women held places on the teams. Northwestern and Chicago each had one woman debater. Michigan's debaters were all men. Our af- firmative team debated Chicago at Chicago, and our negative debated Northwestern at Ann Arbor, both on January 18, 1918. The Mid-west debates were held March 22, 1918. Michigan's affirmative team met Wisconsin at Ann Arbor, the debate resulting in a victory for Michigan by an unani- mous decision. Our negative team met Illinois at Urbana, and the debate was won by Illinois by a 2 to 1 decision. The question was, "Resolved, that the cabinet-parlia1nen- tary form of government should be adopted to replace our present state governments. Last spring the Cup Debate series was completed. The Adelphi House of Represen- tatives, having won the cup the greatest nu nber of times in twenty years, the cup passes into their permanent possession. An extemporaneous speaking contest has been arranged this year to take the place of the cup debate. Thrcz' Hundred Eighty-.ri.r . 1 The Oratorical Association O l"l7fC'lflx',S' Nmr. IJ. IRl'1I..'XNIl, 'IS . .... 1,l'CSidCllt Qov H. l"le1c'141-:N, 'IO . . . . Vice-Prcsidcnt Iosrcvll IJ. Nll'1NL'IIII0l'I-IR, '18 , Secretary lollx C. CARY, '19 ........ 'l'rc:usurcr l5XliC'UTll 'lf C.'0M!l'llTTl5li N1-:AL U. Iruamxn ,Im-IN C. CARY ,loslcvll D. Mlcmcllllolfr-:le Nov H. Flelcmm Plcolflcsson Rlcllfxulm D. T. Ho1.l.ls'1'1f:R ORA'l'ORlC'AI, lf'0f1Rl7 lf.1' ojiirio l.fft'l'Ul'j' C.'Ia.v.v lh'l4'y11l4'.v IEIICAI. l,.vERIiI..-XNIJ ARI,-HUR G' 1I.,,mq '13 'WY H- l4'f'f"4'fN Wu.r.mM J. IQENNICK, '19 DIOSICPII IJ. Mrcwmlllmfm VERA ANDRUS, -19 .IUHN C- CARY Rlcx-:Arm A. Fcm:-1Y'rH, '20 j:m.Ul,y Doumnv XN'11.1.mMs, '20 A1.mau'r C. vlfwoxzs, y2l Prem-'. IQICIIARII D. 'l'. Hol.l.1s'r1cu MARGARH MCDONMAD, ,gl Mu. Rfxv K. lmmlcl. MR. SAMITI-IL ,l. SIQINNIQR l5,,Uf,,N.,.i,,0 M.Ga MXN. 4: ' ' Ri ,mfm H Nl R T-T.xuo1.n M. S'l'lc1-HIQN, 'ISIE 505117105 XfvII.l..'XRll H. How, 'l9li mflilili R. Cmlzlq, '20, Alplm Nu XV.-x1.l:u G. H.-xlml-:1e'r, 'ZOIE I-TIQIQMAN A. Avc:Us'r, '19, Aciclphi Ilnllcs A. Sm-:NCI-2, '2lli Lum' Tlolwrzms A. GR.-XILXN, 'ISL NNll.I.mM Ii. liumsv, '19l. ALAN W. Hmm, '20l. NOICTI-IISRX ORf17'ORlC'Al. I.lifIffUli NEAL D. Iklcmxln . . . . . . . . Scvu-tzu'y Tlrrvv Ilnmlrvzl Eiflllf-X".S'l"Z'l'7l Central Debating League Universities of Chicago, Northwestern and Michigan Qzccstiow' "Resolved, that compulsory 211'lJ1t1'Zlf1011 should be provided for all labor disputes involving railroads and other public service companies." CIIICYIGO uv. 11IlC.'lllCi!IN Hmm AT Culemso, ILL., JANUARY 18, 1918 lllifllifjllllf fljirzzlalitu' 'l'va11l, CARL G. l3RANn'r, '20 NIEAL D. I1z1f1I.ANn, 'ISL I'I1iR11lCR'I' PAIQZIQN, '19 SAMUEL M. EPSTTEIN, '19, alternzxte X'Von by Cliicago, three to lIO1llll1,Q'. N0 NTI!Wl5.S'Tl5RN wx. MIC! I IG!! N I'Ir:Ln Ai' ANN Amsolc, NIICIIIGAN, JANUARY IS, 1918 Niflligcul !Vl'f1flf1'Z,'l' Tram H1iRMAN A. AUc:Us'1', '19 Romlzm' NN. NVARD, '18 I2AR1.1c NN. DUNN, '20 A. Josxavir I'llMNliLll0Cll, zmlternzxte Wfon by NCJ1'tllXVCStL?l'11, two to one. Three Hundred liighty-eight Mid-West Debating League Universities of Illinois, VVisconsin and Michigan Q11estion.' "Resolved, that the eabinet-parliamei1ta1'y form of government should be adopted to replace our present state governments." WISCONSIN uv. MICHIGAN HlfI.D AT ANN Auuou, MARCH 22, 1918 MiCll'igd1'L llj7i1'111aliv1r 7ll'IIIll AR'1'1-IUII J. ADAMS, '19L Ronlsm' F. MA'1"l'Hlaws, '20L JOHN A. IQROUT, '18 VV1tnn R. CLARK, '20, alternate ILLINOIS w. MICHIGAN HEL11 A'r URIEANA, ILL., MARCI-I 22, 1918 Miclzigan IVcga1iwr Tva111 DON BELL, '19 Mounts PARIS, '19 DoN T. MCliONIE, '19L IQICLSICV Gu1L1-'o1L, '19, alternate Tllrrr lfllllfiffd liiglity-uim' II1A1Mx':1.rloc11 1,Av1.1c CuAs1a GU1L1-'mL XXUGUST NISVUE BRAURE GAUI Adelphi House of Representatives OFFICERS Pirx! .S'l'IlII'.Yfl'7' St'tf0lId Sl'llIl'.Ylt'?' SIWCAKI-IR, JACOB M. BRA Uma SPIQAIQIQR, XMIl.l"Rlill M. Nl'IX'Ul2 CLIQRR, RALPH E. GAULT CLIQRK, JOHN CHASE Asshr CLI-ZRK, A. J. I'IIMMliLllOClI Ass"1' CLIQRIQ, lixcnsuv Gulnlfou. SIQRGVQANT-A'1'-ARMS, W. Nlcvuli SlcRc:lcANT-A'l'-ARA1S, I'II'IRllliR'l' LAx ORA'roR1cA1. 1JliI.I'IGA'l'E, IJICRMAN Auczlfsw' 'I-IIQRMAN Auczusu' .lAmR M. IZRAURIQ T. TJORRAN CARRol.r. FRANUIS CASE jm-iN CHASE VYALOIS li. CR0ss1.1av RALPH 12. GAUIJL' Hlililll-Ili'l' N 11:11. X'VIl.I.IA M Go1.l1s'1'1c1N Kmslcv Gmwmr. A. Jos. 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NII'lNL'IIII0l4'I'IR, hI11s1:1'11 IJ. x7INl'IiN'l', All-IIiRII,I. I7. TI1r1'1' ll1111zIrr'1l Nillffy-UIIU 'Q f':W:V :W w . b .152 -, Tlzrrz' lhrmlrml Niuvty-two THE Mramcm. AND C1-112M1s'r1zY BUILDINGS SOCIETIES'- SCIENTIFIC AND LITERAIN . ' ' Vq' 'A , x CA'rHER1NE CONNELL MA1iGAIili'1' Coor.EY Gr.A11vs GOSI-IORN REBECCA GREENRURG IQATHERINE I-TARRINGTON MUIQIIEI. BAncocK Three Hundred Ninety-four Stylus Fnzuzdcfl in 1898 AC7'IVIi MIZMBERS' AGNES. TRUE GRAD UA TES ALICE WIEBER MARION HOI.DEN JEANE'l"I'lE ICIEKINTVELIJ EMILY MACT! NIILURED MIGHELL LUCILE QUARRY MARGARET ICLIEI N ENGINEEIHNG SOCIETY Rooivi U. of M. Engineering Society Ifoiiudvd in 1882 To encourage original investigation in engineering and seientilic subjects, publish sueli information as may be deemed of interest to the profession and of benefit to our- selxes, and to promote a social spirit among students and members of the profession." Publishers of the Michigan Technic. President Vice-President Secretary Vice-Secretary Treasurer Cliairman Vice-Chairman Secretary Treasurer Cliairnian Vice-Cliairmau Secretary Treasurer Cllillflliiill Vice-Chairman O1"lflClfR.S' i A. Ill.. li. li'1CAiTlC1fl i A. li. lli. BR.fl1Vt'H Cl! I 'Ili 13R.hNC!iI Secretary-Treasurer C. R. SABIN W. B. S1clu.1cR H. W. REINn1c1. R. A. K1Mn1c1u.1av P. CARROLI. W. MCli1NI.liY C. W. Goon K. BINTZ F. E. JAGonz1Ns1u W. R. HARVEY L. R. M1LBUllN T. W. CoNAN'r G. S. HEATH R. A. IQIMBERLIEY W. GAY J. R. HILL Tlwrz' Ijzrfzdrfd Niozcty-fim- American Institute of Electrical Engineers UNlVl'1llSl'l'Y ov MICIIIGAN BRANCH Ci12Li1'lTl2lIl . Vcic-Clmirmzul Secretary . 'T1'casux'c1' . W. R. HARVEY L. R. MII.BURN T. W. CONANT . G. S. I'Il'IA'l'H 1918 L. R. Mil.lllJIiN NN. 1-I. Co1.r.1NS C. R. MYI'IliS T. VV. CONAN1' A. T. Nlawnotn A. C. CONNIELL V. K. OSISIJIQNIQ H. C. CRAMER C. Y. OSllOIiNI'I M. ID. ENGLIQ R. C. .PARKS j. F. FAIRMAN VV. L. PORTER li. B. FICATIIl'IIlS'I'0Nl'1 12. E. RAYMOND F. G, MAIiS'l'lil.I.Ali A. F. S1cI.K1l-: G. A. Fom: VV. G. S'1'Ulclf1-'RR S. V. G1vRlr:lAN L. W. THOMS VV. V. GURTON U. C. WEST VV. R. HARVIEY N. S. YOS1' O. E, HAUSIQR H. VV. LlNcoI.N G. VV. I-Ilcrucl, E. J. IASLANIIJI-IS G. S. i'IICA'I'H NV. B. Bovcl-: N. NN. HAll'l' Pam. CARROLL J. J. KILMICIQ 1 A. N. CLARK VV. S. KlI.I'A'I'liIL'li G. A. CLARK O. C. K1.Ar:lcR H. XV. Col.l.lNs j. IQLINIC J. LRNICK 1919 PIi'I'I'IR XXVICRSCIIOOR A. I.. CHRrs'rn-: Thr1'r ll1rud1'c-rl Nilrvtymix M 1 LLER CRANIJALL HA M MON n Prescott Club 1917-'18 Ol"I"IC.'liR.S' I'rcsidcnt . . . , E. R. CRAN1mI.r. Vice-President . R. A. THOMAS Secretary . . N. S. MII.I.Iili Treasurer . li. L. HAMMOND Reporter ........... C. J. LICMI' I 1 'llrrz' lllmzirvd Niurly AHQH IH QTV AL H1 f,,. R rw 'K' w ., 5-fx' .zu :H543 z,f'3'5gy g J fh 1! 522553. -EEUU! N 1 Hiiffglf Y' I ifigfgd .- ..Wi .1 ,MMS2 1- - A W2 . 'N Un ,fri 151. AMW! ' ' if 7I73'z',:r. ,',,'W.' U Arch1tectu1'a1 SOCICIY I M5 ' :mf lg X LMI: M... YV Q OFFICERS if HIRAM I. HAMER . . . President - A QI 'W HW' mm ""1IL. RUDOLPH KRUGER . . . Vice-President 2 NW". ?f'9f'h"'gm""'v' LAWRENCE S. MARTZ . . ,Secretary '- NX W- ""' HL"'4,' -HIE! Gi ! SAMUEL C. WIISNER . . Treasurer ' ' ' LH"WL4g 'W' OSCAR H. CAR'rwvRIGH'r . . Sergeant-at-Arms 5 '-'ku Ei '- 'iv .F 2 5 DIRECTORS E1 gh? Lvgfgffgf j ii 5 . . ' r KP' 1, V ' H. I. HAMER S. G. WIENER g k 5 fluff :QM Ii R. KRUGER C. H. CARTWRIGHT I , 5 Q ff f ggi! xii 15 L. S. MAn'rz J. J. KUCERA Sfdbafj, H51 if - lj-fagygig-fggfg f . L x 'Z Sigzglh IT A' Htlgz -L35 E, av.. I 'K' V f azz' W9 if 571 ' r i I, 3 5 9 - 5 S :Q .iii LIM IS lbw' K' 43f:,.'7 '.i Rf . Si . ' 1 W' S' . 'fu nd - 5A - 'J - Ei 2 .-- F7 if '7 32252 .fm R-gf Qwffxw Lf 41.3 Qgwpx .AGRC A5145 1 T25-5-3ff?'S57x . 4 T 3 pb Q Esxx S. he is .L X X QE X IN g V A X ., J. .0.,."RQ53.35Yff Mx 1 me XX I l iv' 5 IMA Nh r qx Z.. 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'WM 5 I ,ll E I r - V Vw.: Y if N . P V k X ' S . a - G fl 2 wwf' "' W i vim' - A . - .- Ll.i.W1.1Wl.LHf f' . . .. '. 1. :af i..'.- - ' N I R""f - .-R Three Hundred Ninety-eight W.. '4,- V J I D rsmvz ru University Of Michigan Commerce Club ROBERT C. PATTERSON . HERBERT W. GIESSING . W. G. ELSNAU . . CARROLL W. COLLINS . H. C. ADAMS F. M. TAYLOR J. W. GLOVER PRO1-'. PROE. PROF. ASST. JAMES P. ADAMS JOHN E. CAMPBELL HARRY M. CAREY ROY A. C1-IANDLER CARROLL W. COLLINS CECIL R. CUMMINGS ALONZO B. DESPELDER ARTHUR W. EHRLICHER W. G. ELSNAU A. G. GABRIEL HERBERT W. GIESSINO JOSEPH H. GINSBURG LYNN A. GLOVER OFFICERS . President . Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS PROF. G. W. DOWRIE ACTIVE MEMBERS HERBERT' A. GUS'rIN Q PROF. I. L. SHARFMAN PROF. E. J. JONES SECRETARY S. W. SMITH R. R. LOUNSBURY D. B. MCCRUIJEN HITl'ON M. NOWLEN ' ROBERT C. PATTERSON CLARENCE L. RASMUSSEN JAMES A. RINGS JASPER B. REID LEMAN H. SCOTT ROY E. STRENGER FREDERICK M. SUTTER CHARLES A. TOWLER HAIQIQY R. WASSON CLAD W. WOOD RALPH M. WRIGHT Three Hundred Ninety-nine F i ," f 5. M1 Q 4-P3 A .5 N ' I Actuarial and Statistical Society IJNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN HONORARY MEMBERS PROF. JAMES W. GLOVER MR. HARIIY C. CARVER MEMBERS IN THE SERVICE :HAROLD J. HORNBEllGER, '18 CHARLES W. LEGEMAN, '18 WILLIAM E. GHENT, '18 CHARLES C. DUDUAR, '18 ACTIVE MEMBERS OFFICERS President . . . . JAMES G. SOUTHWORTH, '18 Vice-President . Secretary-Treasurer . DR. ARTHUR B. FRIZELL OLIVE E. OUTWATER A. LOOMIS IQIRKPATRICK JESSE L. SAUNDERS WELTHA A. MCLACHLAN STUART J. BLASHILL IRENE E. HAR'FSUFF LYNN A. GLOVER - MARION WILLIAMS DORIS C. MCDONALD lllmflrwl 'POST-GRADUA TES WARD H. TAYLOR 1918 1919 GERTRUDE GUNN LYNN A. GLOVER, '18 GERTRUDE GUNN, '18 SUSAN RAMBO MARIE F. TILBE JOSEPH H. GINSBERG RAYMOND R. BROWN HJERBERT E. JOHNSON ALICE M. WOESSNER JAMES D. REEDER JAMES G. SOUTHWORTH A. GERALD GABRIEL HOLLAND M. COWEN Polonia Literary Circle of the University of Michigan l"on11fl1'fl in 1909 l'lllx'l'O.S'li.S' To promote fellowship among Polish students ztttencling' the University of Mieliigrui. To perpetuate Polish Lzuiguage, and the study of Polish History and Polish Liter- attire. To CHCOLITZIVTC liifflier education anion f 'the Poles in America and to oiifer uid to such A I In h x seeking it. OF1flC,'l?R.S' F. E. IAr:onz1NsK1 . .... . President' MARIE V. BLECKI . . . Vice-President F. CHENIK . . .... Secretary C. A. IDOMZALSKI . .... . T1'ez1su1'cr ' HONORARY MliJ1IHliR.S' P1101-'. S. I. ZNVIICRZCHOXVSKI Puoif. L. C. ICARPINSKI Pnolf. F. VV. PAwl.ows1ii Puoif. C. C. NIICAIIICR CAMn.i.ic B1,1Ns'1'xun: A. C. PHANFIL Mus. A. C. P1mN1f1I j. J. Pouzsici S. L. ORZICCHOWSKI S. F. SKARIEINSKI M. J. Czmwzusxl j. Pononsm I.. A. MxXliIl'II.Slil A CTI V15 Mlillfll? ERS J. POIIULSKI A. Cle'1'1.1Nsl41 . Cic'rNixu . jixxowslil IQAIKACINSKI A. Nowomvoizsm I C'm'tnsl'1 J A . I I 1. X H. Pixliszixli FOIII' ll: vlrtlnwl 5 BANNIS'1'l:IR GRRARD1 N H U s'1'o N Athena Literary Society RUTH HUSTON CELIA GICRARIIIN . VIC1'OliIA AIJANIS . ABIGAIL BLACRRNRN MABI.lE BANNlS'l'ICR . VERA ANURUS JUNE BROOKS FLORA ELLIS B1zA'1'R1Cli HAv1Nc:ll URST MAIIIIS H'ONIiYNVlil.I. BRRNICP: Jorms ANNA KIINI-Ili'I' Four H11 ndrcd Two CHARTER MEMBIZRS NIAIQGAIQITI' YALE BLACRRURN AIIAMS . President Vice-President Secretary . T1'e:1su1'e1' . . Orato1'ic:1l Delegate IHA MINES ANNA NICGURK RUTH NoR'roN H ENR I m"rA P 1a'rlaRsoN L1-:NA SAcR1c'1"1' KAB'lEYO SA11A1cA'1'A El.A1Nl4: TAPPAN HONOR.f1R V 1W1iNliliR IQAY K. IMMRI, A,S'.5'OC1A T15 Ml511llfl5R MvR'r1.1a VV11 me CJ Ivllffl AND DVAIZSJ GLEE AND M.xXDo1.1N CLUB.. 1917-IS University of Michigan Glee and Mandolin Club LEONARD O. ALIJIUCH, '18E THEODORE S. BARNE'1"1', '18M . . , , REX ST. CLAIR, '18, HARRY SUNLISY, '26 , ROBERT R. DI1i'1'1Cli1.lE, '21 M HAR01.1l M. EASLEY, '18L LEWIS H. MA'1"l'1iliN . THEODORE HAIQIKISON . FRANK N. TADER, Grad. . EARLE V. M0Olili . . GORDON C. MACK, '18 . RICHARD H. lil-IUEN, '191i STUART L. SONNIE, '19 . 'THEODORE HAIIIQISON . ROBERT R. lDlI2'l'ERLE, '21 M OF1"1C,'I?RS President Vice-President Secretary and Leader Ol' Glce Club Leader of Mandolin Club Glee Club Representative Mandolin Club Representative . Glcc Club Director Mandolin Club Director Faculty Manager Student Manager Assistant Manager Assistant Mzumger GLUE CLUB . . . llirectoi' . Leader G . A. GARLINGIIOUSE, '20 R. M. ALLAN, '18L G. K. BOLLENDER, '18 T. S. BARNET'l', 'l8M W. li. COLE, '20 R. E. BOES, '20 W. G. BADE, '20 P. 12. CAVANAUOI-I, '19D F. W GOUNDRY, '20M C. W. GOOD, '18 E M. S. BALLARD, 'ZOH C. W BARTON, 'ZOE N. 13. BARTZ, '19 L. G. CROCKER, '18 R. R. lDIlCTI'IRl.Ii, '21 M G. R. BYRNIE, '19 W. GAY, '18E R. B. G0'l'FRIiDSON, '18 M. G. HIEIJIN, '18 F. T. HAW1.1iY, '19 FRANK A. TADER . I. R. ST. CLAIR . . I. R. ST. CLAIR, '18, '19l2 G. li. ljAKlE, '18E L. H, MA'l"I'1CRN, '19 EF. O H H. T. S'l'IClilC'I'l-IIC, '10 MORTON, '19 CORSON, '18 E Guitars PHIL CARROLL, '18E H. D. REED, '20 E. MO1'I.IiY, '19 A. C. CROCKE'1"l', '19 A. D. HONICY, '18 D K-4 F' QW: SSE' U14 SN :-'Nl T2 :E wa EPP' me-F wi? 5332 SSS I' :Ri-gm F1 xi O 2 m :s Second Tenorx . E. HiOLI.Y, '21 M . C. MAIQWINSIQIE, 'ZOE J. PALMA, 'ZOM G. B. RIRER, 'ZOD First Ba.v.re.v H. M. EASLICY, 'ISL A, T. l'lEUER, '18 E. J. JONES, '19 P. R. lilEM4l'F, '20 D. L. LAWRENCE, '20 P. M. MOORE, '19 Second Ba.r.rc.v C. S. LAWTON, '18 L. A. LUNSQUIST, '19 C. P. NIAR'1'ZLOFF, '20 D. T. MCICONE, '19L R. Osius, IR., '20 MANDOIJN CLUI? O Fir.tt'1lfIrIIIilOliII.i S. G. PRATT, '18E F. NV. BICCKICR, '18 V. A. CARPliN'l'lER, '20 Serond Maridnliizx BEN GLASER, '20 DB1 . P. BACKSTROM, '18A . A. CADWICLI., '20 Third fl'f0IId0liII.Y . SIIEROTSRY, '20 . S. HEATIVI, '181i Violin RORERT BICRMAN, '19 CDU C vllo XV. MOORE, '18 li . Accompanist L. H. SCOTT, '18 J. V. TRACY, '20E E. C. Ul"1'0N, '20 H. P. VVAGNICR, '20 VV. R. STARR, '19 F. W. SULLIVAN, JR., '18 A. 13. THOMPSON, '21 M J. H. TU'I"l'LIE, '20 C. F. VVELLS, '20 . IJ. NASH, '20 . E. ROGERS, JR., 201i H. J. SCHLEIE, '20 M. W. SCOEIELD, '18 F. H. 'rINSMAN, '18D ll G H. D. RIEEII, '20 S. J. SHII-MAN, '19M R. D. SMITH, '19E L. R. VAN NESS, '20 J. F. WALKER, '19E . Director . Leader lqxklil. l3IN'rz, '18 E H. SUNLICY, '20 C. H. C0'l"l'lNliTON, '19 N. VV. BOURNE, '20 S. P. TORIAS, '19FI G. F. T'l'AU1ili, '18 If lflulv H. V. PRUCIIA, '19 lfmn' HELEN CAAIINS EMILY LOMAN M.NRION GAIJION . MINNIE GOICHRING . IQATHARINE IiII.l'A'l'RlCK AGNES ABliI.E LUCY CANNON XVINIFRICD COROORAN HILDA FLINK MARION GAL'roN NIINNIE GOEIIRING GERTRUIIIZ BENSON ELSIE EARLY PIIQLEN AHRENS GRETCIIIQN JONES ELLA BLISS HELEN CAMINS Four llzrudrcrl Six Girls' Glee Club Ol7lflC'lflx'.S' FIRST .S'Ol'l6flIN'O.S' MAIiGAliIC'l' HARRISON LAURA JONES KA'I'IfIERINE KILI'A'I'RIcK IIARRIICT MEIIES ANNE NOBLE AN'I'RYNE'I"I'A POEI. SECOND SOPRANO5' NONA MICYIZIQS AI MI-IIE RAN KERS ROSE S'I'I,IRIxIER FllI'S'l' ALTOS BEA'I'RIcE MCIiNIGT'I'l' EMILY POWELL SIECOND ALTOS IiA'l'HliRINIi :DAVIS .fl CCO MPA NIS T EMILY POVVELL DIRECTRESS MISS NORA IHIINI' President Vice-Prcsiclcnt Secretary '1q1'CZlSl1I'C1' LilmI'aI'iaII HTAZICL RU llIER'l' GRACE RAYNS1-'ORII Glili'I'lilTllli SARGEANT ISAEELLE HAIIIJY KA'I'I-IERINE COBURN IWARIIC ,fIIORl'I2 FLORENCE NVALTON IRIIIA ROBINSON NIARGIERY RI2YNOI,I5S LOUISE IQREUGER EMILY LOIIIAN SUE VI'ITiI.I'ZNIlliN The University of Michigan Band X1'I1.lfRI'II1 VVILSON . JOIIN R. Bleuixlm . GIQRALII F. NY1'I, '19 l"z'cCOIo I. F. Fmlm,-xN, '18 lflzflaxv I-1. V. 1'Rl1CI1A., '19 C. H. GR.-xl-'lg '18 E ClfZl'1lIl'f.V H. 'l'. VVINSICMIITS, '20 L. H. ANIIIQICXNVS, 'ISD -l. H. MU'1'cm.l-nz, '20 I.. ,I. 1'0R'I'1iR, '181J 12. F. 1QU1lIl.IiY, '19A C. 1'Lxlwls'1', '201fI C. S. GLIQZI-:N, 'l9F l.. SAYNIQR, '191i li. lilalcuxxcix, '21 M Olravx R. A. Mclvl-zu, '19 G. K. BOl.l'INl1l'IR, '181J Ba.1's0o11 E. H. XlV11i'I'l'I, '181' .S'u.1'oj1l10l1.cs S. xl. 1QlIBL1CY, '20 M C. L. C1m1zPI0'1', '18 li. NV. Colmv, '18 .l'fflC.S'ONA'l5L Hu1'il0m'.r R. P. CRANSON, '18 IJ H. XV. GOIIDARII, '18 M H. R. Ev:-mv, '201i .Yiclc IDVIHHS H. GRAY, '19 IC R. V. SMITH, '20 C. XV. BRAINAR11, '18 M J. C. Elmwfxlms, '20 If C0 V110 fx C. A. 1QlCllliN'I'1SClI, 'ISD Al. L. LITNIIHICRG, '181D H. I. Goomvfxw, '19 D D. C. ARNI-zle, '191.J 112. F. 1WliRRII.l., '20 M R. li. MIQRNI-ZR, '18 L VV. G. Luslr, '20 M. R. TWISS, '18D N. C. Rol4:c:Nlc1z, '20 15 C. 13. CAM1'11I'11.L, '19 E C. C0u1.l4:v, '19 M A. S. BUCHMAN, '18 11. N. 1'1A1.GR1iN, '20 1 Director Faculty Mzmngcr 3111110111 Mllllilgifl' FIOTIIX E. F. 1.lCXVIS, '19 M R. A. 'l'lm11ms, '181' P. AIASUN, '20 L M. 11. 1VIAR'1'1N, 'ZOD R. A. XV,xc:N11:u, '20E TI'0llIII0llt'.1' N. NV. Fruw, '19 F.'xus'r, '21 M . F. S'ro'rm-zu, '20 L H. O. 1iRI1CG1iR, '20 O. C. KI..-xmcle, '1812 17. H. IBAA11, '20 L Ii. A. XMI81IROI'1', '20 L. H I J !I.1'.1'l'.1' 1'1.C.XfARNl'1N1, '18P XV. NV. C0sl.l-rr, '20 H. S. 11011411-1, '20 li Long l,I'llHlf "' rx- 1-'. C..-xlmml., 181. Cylzzlmls 12. F. IQAVMONII, 'ISF llrum Illajor Ii. A. Oslus, '19 Four Hxmrlrmi .S'z'zIcn FRANK A. 'l'An0le . T'TAROLll bl. Lowlcv . ICRNI-:s'r K. AuMs'rRoNc: XVu.1.xAM A. BLAIR . FICRNARID VV. Nfll.I.I'IR F. I.l':s1.ll-: VVARl"l'Il. I.r:oN li. GRIIBAIHSII IQUNALII I.. Mll.I.l'II! Iiolrrzl..-xs F. MCCALI. IJ. Clrlasrmz NIALTIQY Ol:v1l.l.1-: RICICI! lXfIAm.oxvlc S'r1iv1':Ns I.l'.flN I.. blllvm' F. S. Roslclc lEl':1eNA1um Slulm IC. H. X'VIl.l.lANS l2nwAlzn Wlcsu' JX. .l. UNIIICRXYIJUID Rom-:u'1' uRINIlI.I'1Y l+'lu-imalcrvlc R. Swmmcu l'.RNl'fS'l' lx. AR5IS'I'I!IlNG 111 llHHfI'1'1l lfiglllt Freshman Glee Club IVIRST TENO RS frlihkfili IJUI-'FIIGLII CARl.lC'l'0N FINKISICINI-ZR I.1csr.nc COA'I"I'S G1-:ouulc MCMICHAI-11. SECOND TENORS I'IAROI.U J. Lowlev FRANK B. Kr-:nan j. Ll-:STI-:R KonActK1-:R ICDWARIL FU RICY EIIXVARIJ H. BASSli'l"l' Rmxlcwl' ANr:lal.I. BA RITONES MARK YI-:Aman I'IvAROI.ll P. LINDSAY Hovn l.oc:AN Mc K1 N N CAm'1f:N'l'1-:la IJ. Folelelwl' lircvlclzs 6511.1-is BARR PAUL RIS!-rl-zulaumcle SIFCTOND BASSES IC. F. P1-IRIUNS GRANT IE. MI'l'CIlIIiI.I. R. C, Momusl-:Y R11'1lAlm B. MARSHALI l.cnclc1' Pl'CSiClClll :md Mzumgcr Publicity Mzmzugvx' PlZll1lSt G. P. SMITH IJoNAl.n Rnomcs l.. I.. SlllI'I'Y PAM. lJl4:sRm'mes Nun NIORAN J. Llclmv Rm-in F. A. GRICICNHAUM F. VVAI.KIi1NT T, MARSHALI. Rr-:I-:n H. K. SCllll.l.lNm:l2u li. F. FIQRNI-:Aly UI. H. SPICNCH EAM. KN1eAI.11: XV. li. KUHNI-tu H. B. 1X1A1zsHALI. P. B. I'Ir"1'n'nlNSoN juss XV. BAIRU Wolff Kingsearl . Percival Kingsearl . George Jessop . Captain Bands . Charles . . . Mrs. Percival Kingsearl. Miss Susan Abbey . Millicent Farey . Henrietta Hobbs . ARTHUR J. ADAMS . JEAN MACLENNAN . LOIS E. MAY . . WATER S. RIESS . WARREN H. TOWNSEND ARTHUR J. ADAMS, '18 WALTER ATLAS, '18 MADEL BANNISTER, '19 FERDINAND C. BELL, '19 HARIQY P. BENNETT, '19 EVA BOWEN, '18 NOAMI BRADLEY, '20 JOSEPH ISRODERICR, '19 MARY BROWN, '18 GILBERT H. BYRNE, '19 WARREN H. TOWNSEND, '18 4-.QV 6613 13 GE f 11111 Il A ll ,IA All -dl gif 5 CO NV 1 f QCUUUTD Presenting Miss Hobbs A Comedy BY JEROME K. JEROME CAST OFFICERS MEMBERS LAURA CANNON, '18 RUTH CARl'liN'1'ER, '18 JOHN C. CARY, '19 RICHARD A. FORSYTH, '20 GLADYS GRIEENING, '18 EDWARD HAAN, '18 EVA HERZBEIQG, '19 JENNY JACOBS, '19D EDMUND J. IQRICKER, '20 LOIS MAY, '18 JOHN C. CARY RICHARD A. FORSYTH GILBERT H. BYRNE WILLIAM R. SOBESKY EDMUNII J. ICRICKER EVA M. HEIQZIBICIQG NONA MYEIQS MARY BROWN JEAN MACl.lENNAN President and Manager Vice-President Secretary Treasurer and Publicity Director JEAN MACLENNAN, '19 JosEI-II NIICNCI-l I-IOEEER, '18 NONA MYEIQS, '18 MAY OVERMAN, '19 FAITH PALMERLEE, '20 WINIERED PARSONS, '19 WALTER, S. RIESS, '20 GIERTRUDE SARGENT, '18 WILLIAM R. SORESRY, '18 GLADYS TOXVNSEND, '18 HARRllE'l' VVOOIJNVORTH, '20 Four Hu ndfed Nine G Bureau du Cercle P1-Osiclente . Vice-Pr6sidcnte Secrvitaire . 'I'r6sOrier Directeur M. LUDWIG ICUIJALA MLLE. DOR0'1'HY GRUSS MLLE. VERA ICEYSER M. JACOB M. BRAUDE M. EDWARD ADAMS GRUSS ADAMS CORNVIN RRAUDE Four Hundred Ten MEMBRES ACTIFS JAMES CIIENOT IIAROLD CORWIN JACO1: BRAUIJE VERA ICEYSER DOROTHY GRUSS LOTS DONALDSON MARTHA TOWNSEND LUDWIG IQUIIALA GILBERT BRYNE DORIS PORTER H ERBERT GUSTIN ALFRED NIASON HOWARD FENSTEMAKER HOWARD DflNEE PAULINE CHAM1'1.1N MAlii9UliRl'l'Ii IENESS CHRISTINE IQERSIEY LEWIS IWATTERN ANNA VON VVAULTIIAUSEN A. IOS. 1'-IlMME1.11OC1f1 LUCTLLE QUAIQIQY PIESTER REED KAT1-1RvN GLASS ICENETHA BERRY LAWRENCE SELTZER FLOYD BUELL ' IJOPE FERGUSON Gmus FAUGHT Cimm Wmum-:Y LUNDELL Symphonic League of The University School of Music OFFICERS RUTH CRAIG . .... President Nmx FAUGM1' . . Vice-President CLARA LUNnE1.L ....... Secretary YIZNDYS C. MARSIIALI. ...... Treasurer . COMMITTISE CII.-IIRMAN Fimwrizs Wnmniav ....... Social M,xm:A1eia'1' iXfiChlVILI.lAMS . House Jlissm E. 'l'Al'iiie'1' . . Sanitation I.AUmz'1'TA Gnins . Red Cross Four llnudrcd Eleven The Mimes of the University of Michigan Union CECIL ANDREWS WALTER ATLAS H. W. C0Lr.1Ns W. S. DINWIDDIE L. T. DONAHUE L. B. EMMERMAN A. G. GABRIEL A. J. GORNETZKY I'IOMER HEATH JOHN D, PIIBBARD GEORGE PIURLEY PIENRY DEL HUSS FRED N. SCOTT JOHN R. BRUMM A. V. Llv1NuS'roN A. G. GABRIEL A. J. GORNI-:'rzl4v Four Hundrrd Twelve ARTHUR E. ZIEGLER IQEMP ICEENA R. I. MCCAUGHEX' Joi-IN NEUMAN JOSEPH PALMA A. V, LIVINGSTON P. M. M0Oli-E CHESTER LAWTON EARL MOORE A. J. WHITMIRE S. W. Slznczxvlcflc CARLOS ZANELLI FACULTY MEMBERS OFFICERS A. A. STANLEY LYMAN BRYSON LOUIS STRAUSS . President . Secretary . Treasurer MARY PALMER LoIs MAY . . ETHEL GLAUZ . VIRGINIA CAVENDISI-I MABLIE BANNISTER MELBA BASTIDE DYME BODENSTAB EVA BOWEN BEATRICE FALES DoRoTHY Gauss EVA HERZBURG MARIAN .HOLDEN DELIA IMMERMAN JENNIE JACOBS MRS. F. JORDAN Masques ADVISORY BOARD President . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MARY ESTHER OAKES MRS. I. R. EFFINIIER Four Hundred Thirteen ROBERT T. MONROE RUTH C. IQELSEY . LAVANCIIE G. RJEGER ROGER THOMAS ADELAIDE ADAMS GRACE E. ALDRACHT MAIIY LOUISE ALEXANDER MARION AMES RENA E. BAILEY RUTH L. BAILEY GIERTRUIDE BEIERLEIN ELLA C. BLISS MARY C. BOOAN ALBERTA BOLEN FOREST BOOSE GISHAIJWINIC BRASIIE HAROLD BRITTON VIC'1'Oll BROCK JEAN BUTCH HR RALPH M. CARSON SARAII CAUGI-IEY NNILLIAM K. CI-IIDESTER EI.lZAIll'I'I'H CONNOR ANNA M. CROW COLE'l"1'li DAUNER l'1LIZABli'l'H DOUGHTY GEOROE DUEFIELD LOUISE DUNCAN ALICE FARRELL PROE. ARTHUR EDWARD BOAK PIQOF. AND MRS. CAMI-BI-:I.L BONNER DR. ORMA FITCH BUTLER MR. AND MRS. W. GRANDlN CALRINS PROF, AND MRS. ALBERT CRITTENDEN PROF. AND MRS. JOSEPH HOIQACE DRAKE PROF. AND MRS. FRANCIS W. ZKELSEY MR. ROSS I-TAMLIN MCLEAN Four H1ma'rcd Fourteen Classical Club OFFICERS ARTIIUR C. IQEMJILE, CENSOR HAZICI. FllI.I.lil! HELEN GRARLE ALTHEA GRANGIER OLIVE HAGEN JOHN HAYMAIQIEII ZORA HICICOX ALBERT JACOBS ADA E. JOOST KA'1'HIiYN JOHNSON MONETA JOHNSON CECIL A. JOHNSTON LENADA E. IQAY CIIARLOTTE liIELSEY RUTII KELSI-IY .ARTHUR IQEMBLE JAMES A. IQICRNS EIJNA R. IQIIIMAN FRANCES M. ICINZEL VVILFRED LAURIIE HELEN E. MAS'l'l5li WII.LIAM H. MFlSSTNGlEli RORERT T. MONROE ELINOR lVTULLIi'I"l' I-II,II.DA M. NICOLAI ELIZABETII B. OAKES HONORAR V MEMBERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer ELVA A. OLSEN FAITH PALMERLEE ANTOYNETTE POEL MAliY N. PORTER ETHEL REESE GLADYS REINEKE LAVANCHE G. RIEGER ADEI.AIlJE RUSSELL JOHN B. SCIIOOLLAND ELEANOR SCOEIELD CLARA SHARPE OLIVE SHELDON KA'1'Hl2liINE M. SMITH ROI: ICR T II O M A S MAIQY C. THOMPSON EVIELYN VAN TYNE CLARISSA x'YN JOSEPH INE VVALDO LEWIS P. XIVALDO DAVID VVATTS GEORGE W ILNICR ARCI-I XNOOIIFORII MUIITEI, VVRIGI-IT CLARA E. YNTEIIA PROF. CLARENCE L. l.A'l'EADER PROE. AND MRS. JOSEIIII RALEIOII NELSON DR. FRANK E. ROBBINS PROF. AND MRS. HENRY SANDERS MR. AND MRS. GEORGE SWAIN ' ' DR. GILBERT H. TAYLOR PROF. AND MIQS. ROBERT M. XVENLEY PROP. AND MRS. JOHN G. WINTER The.Freshman Girls' Glee Club Es'rI1ER H ULLANIJS . CAMILLA l'lAvnEN . H,El,EN BUTLER . NOIQA CRANE TIUNT , GRACE ETI-IEI. AIJIRACIIT HELEN BUTLER RIUTII CURTIS IIELEN DECK GEORGIA D0NAI.IIs0N CARRIE FAIRCIIILD ANINA CORNIELIA HAMILTON ALICE HARIIST CAMILLA I'IAYDEN ALICE HINI:soN ESTIIIQR HOLLANIJS DOROTHY I'IOLLIS RETA IREMAN OFFICERS MEMBERS President Secretary-Trcusurer Lib1'H.l'i2ll1 Director NLSIIC JoIINsoN IX I ADIELI NIC M AIGREGOR LUIS MAIIER LILLIAN AIUNRO HERNICE NICIQIELS 'IIULIIA NIi'OI.IXI I3I.lZARlE'l'll PAYNE IXIARY lf'owRIE RU'rI-I SQIIWINCIQ KA'rIII-:RINE SRIITII IXIINNII-1 S'I'AIrI,AIcE ICNICLYNE VAN TYNE FRANCES VVILLIAMS Four Huudrvd Fiftccn The University Choral Union BOARD OF DIRECTORS FRANCIS W. KELSEY ........ President HARRY B. HUTCHINS . . . Vice-President D. W. SPRINGER . .Secretary of the Board LEVI D. WINES . . . . Treasurer ALBERT A. STANLEY' . . . . Musical Director G. FRANK ALLMENDINGER WILLIAM C. STEVENS OTTMAR EBERBACH VICTOR C. VAUGIIAN HORACE G. PRETTYMAN JAMES H. WADE SHIRLEY W. SMITII CHARLES A. SINK ......... Secretary A PRE-FESTIVAL CONCJERTS 1917-1918 October 11-Amelita Galli-Curci, Soprano, in Song Recital November 9-Eugene Ysaye, in Violin Recital December 10-Ethel Leginska, in Piano Recital January 16-The New York Symphony Orchestra, Walter Damrosch, Conductor February 15-Max Rosen, in Violin Recital MAY FESTIVAL-MAY 15, 16, 17, 18, 1918 WEDNESDAY EVENING-Opening Concert, Margarete Matzenauer, Contralto, and Riccardo Stracciari, Baritone, Solists, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fred- erick Stock, Conductor. A THURSDAY EVENING-"Beatitudes" CCesar Franckl, Paul Althouse, Tenor, Robert Dieterle, Baritone, Bernard Ferguson, Baritone, James Hamilton, Tenor, Nora C. Hunt, Contraltog Lois M. Johnston, Soprano, Arthur Middleton, Baritone, Joel Thomas Morgan, Baritone, Odra O. Patton, Tenor, Emma Roberts, Contralto, University Choral Union, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Albert A. Stanley, Conductor. FRIDAY AFTERNOON--"Into the World" CChildrenj CBenoitJ, Rudolph Ganz, Pianist, Children's Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Albert A. Stanley and Frederick Stock, Conductors. FRIDAY EVENING-Artist Concert, Claudia Muzio, Soprano, Soloist, Chicago Sym- phony Orchestra, Frederick Stock, Conductor. SATURDAY AFTERNOON- Organ Recital, Joseph Bonnet, Organist. SATURDAY EVENING-"Carmen" fBizetj , Giuseppe DeLuca, Baritone, James Hamilton, Tenor, Ada Grace Johnson, Soprano, Lois M. Johnston, Soprano, Giovanni Martinelli, Tenor, Margarete Matzenauer, Contralto, Arthur Middleton, Baritone, Odra O. Patton, Tenor, Myrna Sharlow, Soprano, University Choral Union, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Albert A. Stanley, Conductor. PERSONNEL OF THE CHORUS DR. ALBERT A. STANLEY, Conductor GRACE ETIIEL ALBRACHT, '21 EINER B. ANDERSON, '19M MRS. HARRY J. BAKER MARIE ROSETTA ALEXANDER DOROTHY A. ARMSTRONG, '19 HARRY J. BAKER HAZEL LOUISE ALLMAN SAMUEL S. ASHBOLT, 'ZOE CHAS. D. BANKS, '21 AGNES ROSALIND ANDERSON, '21 BENNETT F. AVERY FLORENCE BARNETT MRS. BERNICE B. ANDERSON, '18 DOROTHY G. AVERY, '20 ANNA L. BARTON Four Hundrerl Sixteen CARI. O. BARTON, '20 E FRED BAUER, '20 LAURA M. BAUER GOLIIA M. BEATTY MAllfiAIili'l' M. BECKLEY, '19 NVINONA J. BECKLEY, '19 HIillIllEli'l' BELL RUTH M. BENHAM GERTRUDE C. BENSON, '20 C1IARLO'l"l'lS R. CRAIG FRIED L. CRANE ESTHER C. CRISTANELLI MRS. E. N. CROSSMAN FLORENCE S. CROZIER, '20 FRANCES G. CROZIER HELEN R. DAILEY, '19 LAURA M. DANIlCI.S, '19 GLADYS C. DAUM, '20 BELLE IDAVIENPORT BEULAH B. DAVIS HELEN I. DAVIS, '19 NINA M. DAVISON AILEEN C. DEVANEY MAEEL H. DEVINIE WINIERED M. DICKINSON VIOLA E. DIETLE ROBERT R. DIETERLE, '18 AMELIA M. DISDERIDE ESTHER L. DOIQIQANCIE, '20 LAWRENCE R. DUTTON, '21F. GEORGE N. EARLE, '20 IRVING S. ELLISON, '18 EARLE J. BIGELOW, '21 ABIGAIL BLACKIIURN, '18 ALICE BLITON ESTHER BLITON HELEN M. BLUMROSEN, '21 BEATRICE F. BOWEEER, '21 CECILIA F. BRAHM GRACE S. BRIER CORA A. BROWN EILADEAN A. BROWNE, '19 GEORGE M. BROWN, '18 JOHN C. BROWN, '19 VERA I-I. BROWN, '18 MARGUERITE O. BULLEN HELEN C. BURDICK MARIE G. BURG WINII-'RED L. BURKHOLDER HARRIET BUSH FLORENCE K. BUTLER, '20 LAUDER W. BUTTERFIELD, '19 RU'1'I'I Ii. CANN, '19 GICR'l'RU11li R. CARSON ANDREW A. CARTER, '20 Phar. RUTH A. CARTER CIECILIA A. CASIIARI KA'l'I'Ilili1NE R. CASIIARI ETI-IEL M. C1-1ADW1CK ERNEST K. CHAI-IN, '18 MA1i4iAlilE'I' D. C1-IIESTER M. ADELINE CHIRMAN MARION E. CI-IRISTIANCY MIRIAM O. CLARKE MARCIA M. COIIURN HAIll!lIl'1' COLE MRS. J. L. COLE MAIRY P. COLLIIER MRS. H. C. COONS MABEI.I.1i R. EMEURY XAIINIFRED D. ENGLAND, '21 GEORGE W. EMERY, '18 JOSEPH H. FAILING, '20 CARRIE FAIRCHILD, '21 E. 1qA'l'HERINE FARRAH EVIELYN M. FAVREAU, '20 EVA I. FEETHAM BERNARD F. FERNEAU, '21 MRS. RICHARD O. FICKEN RICHARD O. FICKEN NELLIIC G. FIELD S. E. FIELD MIIS. S. E. FIELD BIERNICDA P. FRACKELTON RALPH J. FRACKEL'roN, '18M MARTAN FRISBIE, '18 IRICNE E. FRITZ NORMA A. FULLER BURTON O. GARLING1-IOUSE, '20 CLARENCE B. GARLOCK, '20 E MAIJIQICE GAY, '18E WELLAND GAY, '18E LOUISE L. GAYLORD MlCliI.lE L. GEI2 EDMUND D. GIAUQUE, 'ZOE JANET E. GILCHRIST BEN GLASER, '20 LOUISE J. GOULD, '18 ETHEL GREEN FLORENCE W. GREENE GARNET I. GRIEVE HELEN M. GRIEVE BURTON G. GRIEVE CONSTANCE D. GRIFFITH, '20 NIARY G. GROW, '20 - MARTI-IA GUERNNICY, '19 DOROTHY V. HAEEER OLIVE I. HAGEN, '18 HINZICL E. HALLER JAMES HAMILTON LILLIAN P. I'IARTOM HELEN I-I. HASliliLL, '19 ELLEN J. HAWIKINS, '21 CAMILLA L. HAYIIEN, '21 HELEN D. HAYMAICER DUDLEY L. HAYS, '21 RUTH A. HEBBLEWH1'l'E, '18 IZSIDORA J. HENRY LILLIAN B. I'IER'I'LER I NIARGUIERITE M. HEWITT, 19 FRANCES C. HIBBIERD, '20 ZORA N. HICKOX, '18 MII.l1liI2ll P. HILL, '18 ALICE B. HINICSON, '21 .ALICE M. HOIHGE HEllBlEll'1' A. HOIJGIE HAZEL M. HOFFLIAN, '19 ARTHUR M. HOLMES, '21 E ESTHER D. HOLLANIJS, '21 KEIZO HORINCI-II, '21 E FRED T. HOWI.IEY NORA CRANE HUN'l' ALLIS F. HUSSEY, '21 RUSSEL C. HUSSEY MAIi'1'I1A H. HYDE BERT V. INGLE, '18D RETA F. IREMAN, '21 JAMES J. JACKSON, '21 E ADA G. JOHNSON ICATHRYN S. JOHNSON, '19 KATHERINE H. JOHNSON, '20 BERNICE L. JONES, '18 GRETCHEN JONES, '20 RUTH L. JULEI-'E AN'1'HONY ICABACINSKI, '21 MARION J. KAIIP WILSON J. KELLAR WILLIAM J. ICENNICK, '19 MRS. A. C. KORLIN ELVA R. KIIJMAN, '18 ANNA B. IQIEFEI. MABICL F. KING JESSIE R. KIS1'LEll OSCAR C. ICLAGER, 'ISE MAUIJE C. KLEYN EARLE C. KNEALE, '21 Four Hundred Seventeen l'fIiL15N C. KNOWLSON LOUISE M. ISREGER, '19 ALICE G. KUEBLEIQ HEI.ENA M. LANDWEHR MIIS. C. A. LANGWORTI-IY HEI.EN O. LATH ROP DONALD L. LAWRENCE, '20 VICTOR E. LEGG, '19 WILLIAM E. LEGG DONALD T. LESTER, '21 GEORGE A. LINDSAY A. LAURA LONG HAROI.D JOHN LOWRY, '21 MIIS. JOSEDIIINE N. LUCAS ANNA E. LUDWIG MIIS. VERNA LUTHER IQATIIICRINE S. MACBRIDE RUSSELL L. MACDOUGALI., '21 MA1lGUlEli1'l'E E. MCEN'1'ElE, '19 MAIJELINE L. MACGIIEKSOIQ, '21 MAI.COI.M E. MCGOXVAN, '21 BEATRICIE E. MCKNIGHT, '19 DONALD M. MAJOIQ, '20 D. CIIESTER MATTY, '21 HELEN L. MARSHALL CARL P. MA1l'I'ZL01fF, '20 H:ARR1lE'1' R. MlEIlIiS, '18 IJUANIE MII.I.I5R, '21 LAURA P. MII.I.E1l IRVING B. MILI.1E1! RONALD L. MILLli1i JOIIANNA M. MODERON, '20 OLIVE!! H. MORTON, '19 JAMES F. MUMMEIIY, '18 HELEN B. MUIi1'HY DAVID D. NASI'I, '20 NISVA M. NELSON, '21 BERNICE NICKELS, '21 CATI-IARINE li. PURTELL CORA LEE RAVN DOROTI-IY V. REESE, '20 AIMEE G. RIENKIES, '20 NIARGICRY E. REYNOLDS, '20 MlLIJlilEll R. REYNOLDS, '21 ICARL F. RINDELHARDT, 'ZOE EDITH M. RITCHEY HAZEI. RITCHEY BLANCHE H. ROBINSON ESTHER ROBINSON, '19 JOHN E. ROBINSON, '19 VICTOR H. ROCHO, '19E ALICE E. ROMINGER GEORGE E. ROOI' HICLIEN S. ROSE FLORENCE R. ROSENTHAL, '18 HAZEL M. RUI3E1i'1', '18 AIJAI.AIDIi RUSSELL, '18 JAMES H. RUSSELL NELSON V. RUSSELL, '18 LAWRENCE M. RUTZ, '20 IZSTHER W. SCHWINCK, '21 RUTH G. SCHWINCK, '21 IRWIN F. SANBORN, '20E MIIS. F. L. SCHNEIDER EVELYN H. SCHOLL, '20 IIQMA SCHREIBIER, '21 l..1CA'1'HA F. SCHREIBER VVALIJIEMAR F. SCI-lREIBliR, '18 MAli'1'k1A SEELEY, '21 HAZliL S. SELEY, '18 1iA'l'1IER1N1E L.-SIEYLER, '19 PAUL A. SHINKMAN, '20 BERNARD H. SIIIRK, '21 E IRIENE H. SKINNIER JOHN A. SKOOG, '18 BIZULAH SMITH, '18 LEO ANDREW NOWODWORSKI, '2-1 M1iS. CARL H. SMITH PAUL O. OBERG BERTHA OIJII.INfilCR GRACE OHLMAC1-HER, '21 ELVA A. OLSEN MARGA1i12'1' G. PARKS E :DOROTHY E. PATON, '19 FELTX W. PAWLOWSKI MA1lGIiI2'1' A. PEETS, '19 FREDERICK W. PETERSON HENRIETTA PETERSON, '18 MII.DRED I. POTTER, '20 EMILY POWELL, '19 MAEEL POWELL Four Hundred Eightccu CARRIE C. SMITH, '21 MILIJIIED I. SMITH, '20 PAUL T. SMITH, '19 RICHARD D. SMITH, '19E VIVIAN G. SMITH IDA M. SBATHELI-' OTTO J. STAHL ESTI-IER L. STALKER MIQS. MAUD STANDLEY JOYCE M. STEDMAN, '21 CHARLES B. STEGNER CLARENCE E. STEVENS ETIIEL M. STRENG, '21 HULDA W. STROIEBEL, '18 STUSSI ROSE, '18 fJ'1"1'lLlE C. SURE MERCILE R. SWEERY ANGELIA R. SWEET RALPH T. SWEZEY JESSIE E. TADERT ADELE S. TAPPAN, '19 HENRY M. TIDRITS, '19 FREDERICK H. TINSMAN, '18D MARY J. TINSMAN, '19 SUSANNE B. TRIBLE W. H. TURNER, '21 JAMES H. TUTTLE, '20 BERNICE A. Ul'U11iE, '20 MII.DIiED C. VAN AMBERG R. A. VYANDIERLINDI2, '19 EVELYN I. VANIQYNE, '21 I'I15RBliR'1' F. VON EWEGEN ORA L. VON EWEGEN, '21 SUSAN S. VlEIiI.1EN1lEEIiE, '20 MAIQGAIKET H. WAGNER FLORENCE NVALKER PORTIA WALKER, '18 ERIC!-I E. WALTER, '19 ELBA E. WATSON ALMA M. WEBER CARL H. WELCH WILMA E. VVELCI-I, '20 EDWARD J. WATT, '20 MAIIJOIIIE I. WEST, '21 LAURA M. WHELAN MARJOIQIIE M. ANI-IELAN AVIS M. VVI-IITE MYIi'1'1.1i M. WHITE, '18 MRS. ALIDA M. WICI-IERS IONE A. VVILBER ' CARL H. WILMOT, '19 GEORGE D. VVILNER ELLA F. NVILSON RIITII I. NVILSON L. A. NVINC1-I LEVI D. NVINES ARTHUR E. VVOOD HARTQTET P. WOODWORTH, '20 BERTHA F. WRIGHT HORTENSE E. WRIGHT NVINTHROI' R. WRIGHT ELIZABETH L. WYLIE FROMILIJA A. YOUNG LOUISA A. YOUNGS, '21 LORA B. ZAEWN The University Symphony Orchestra CONCERTS 1917-1918 November 22,1917-Albert Lockwood, Pianist, Soloist. January 24,1918-Orchestral Program. February 28,1918-N. D. Falcone, Clarinettist, Soloist. April 4,1918-Mrs. George B. Rhead, Pianist, Soloist. IWERSONNEL OF THE ORCHESTRA SAMUEL PIIERSON Locicwoon, Conductor A. J. WH1'rM1RE LUCY CANNON ETHEL IQENNEDY GRACE Ar.nRAcu'r DoRo'rI-rv I'IAYMAKliR F. L. PUvoGEL H. S. LUJDELI. NEVA NELSON MII.DliED SUTTON I. H. LYONS C. RHODES R. WORTH E. A. SCllAIElSliRLli C. POST M. W. ICANN H. V. PRUCITA H. R. EVANS N. D. FALCONIS E. H. VVIRTII E. E. NVATSON L. M. VVEAVICR ' N. VV. Ennv Firrt V-iolins MRS. S. P. Loclcwoon M. LUSKIN I. NEUSS H. AI.'l'VA'l'l12li A. M. YEAGER N. C. ROEGNER Second lfzolins . N. ALLR'lENlJ1Nlllill J. SILHAVY D. C. MIEliVlS W. F. 'l'ScnAEcnE M. WRURLE L. W. liliRLlKOXVSKE Vinlax W. VVn.SoN M. C. SHIENVCRAI-"l' Violmzcnllox C. S. GREENE liasr D. E. NVI-IITIE Picrolo D. M. TEAI. Irlltflhl' MIiS. F. I.. 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Cl.Al'SAliI1I.l'I C0I.0Nl1:L OI,C'lI'l"1 Four Hundrcrl Twenty-two Tum CHORUS ,FROM ul..li'l'JS Go" NllCN,S CHORUS NII-IS IN KNl'l"I'lNf2 HM: CUS'I'UMF'9 Tum PONIICS IN UNIFORM fur llllmlwd 'l'1w'lliy-tlzrm 'I' I I Ii PON l"0lH' lllnlrllwvl Twrllty-four Freshman Spread Committee The 'l'l1irty-seventli Annuztl Freslimun Spread, given by the women of the University, took place in the Barbour Gymnasium on Saturday evening, December 8, 1917. IQ I7 .S'l'Rli.--ID COMM! TTIIIE Kiwi I lil! 1 N 11: LOVIQLA 11, Chairman IQUTII AliIZO'I"l' PALJLIQNI4: BIENEIJICT NAOMI Bieixmncv B12A'r1z1el-: Cix'rI.1N 1vIARGU1clu'l'11: CIIAPIN MARc:Am1:'l' Culus'l'l1c ROI1l'IIl'1'A DEAN IZLSIE Elemzv KATIIRYN GLASS ur' Ilumlrml Twcrzly-.vi,z DOIlll'FIl V XVILLIAM s GRACE Gunfl-'1N GRACE HALT. Lucy QHUFFMAN ANN I'IUTCH1NGS IJELIA IMMERMAN RUT1-1 JENNINGS EL1ZABli'1'1lf MCDONAI.IJ T..AU1m PIEOCOCK DORIZEN Porrulz AIMEE RIENKES J ,A fgmfsgf. v . 35303 BROWN IARAVIQR RAYMUNI1 CARROLL Q Ivfvo fl X X UP 4. .. Round Up Club f1O.vOR.R11eV MEMBMS JOHN C. PARRIQR, A. M., E. E. JONATHAN F. ScO'r'1', PI1. D. ROY S. Sw1N'rON, B. C. li. . 4 QUTNTICR O. GII.Ill'1R'I', A. M., M. D. OFlflC'1ilCS E. M. BROWN . . . . . Prcsiclcnt 12. 12. RAYMOND . Vice-President NV. G. BRAYIQR. . . . . Secretary PHIL CARROLL . W. G. BRAYIER Ii. M. BROWN J. F. BULMER H. T. CANNON P1-uL CARROLL F. C. CARTER I. H. CAR'1'wRIG1f1T A. L. CLARK F. O. CL11-'FORD J. W. COMLOQUOY 'II NV. CONANT J. D. CROSSLEY R. E. CURTYSS W. I. DIXON A. J. DOI-ILIIEN W. C. ELLIQ1' C. P. EMIERY W. C. FL11zcx2L .flCTIl 'IS M!iMH1iRS 1 A. G. GOls'rz I. H. CROSS G. G. HAI.I. H ,l. HAM ER G. S. HliA'l'LI 11. J. HliNliY T. . HliI'l'liAIiIl H D. I. LIILLIER H. S. 1iI'INNAN A. LA'r1R VV. T. LILLEY A. MACDONALII C. D. MCICYENZIIC M. A. MCKICNZIIE L. H. MAIINIIIEIQ L. A. MIZIEIQS M. H. MlAliS D. L. MTCl'IlEI.L C. PAYNFZ C. E. pgfzp31:p1u:p'Qomow1'v1w+a+a 'l'1'c:1s111'c1' B. RATI-IIIURN 12. RAYMOND H. IQOIXICRTSON M. ILYIROLIJ G. SOU'l'1lNVORT1'I H. 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Hrs IIUI' .fl C "l'l I 'lf Ml5.'1ll?l'RS IQI8 IOIQ 19:0 llle.xlvN1c1c D. XVII!-:1-1 IQJI' . . ., Gll.lxlc1u' lf. I-f.xl'l4la RAvMoNn M. L.xxm:1.1-:Y Cmas'rlcu R. IURAPICIQ Rlxvmoxn bl. NIL'I':I.II.XXNON rI'HOM.xs B, RUIBI-IR'l'SUN LHR AI.l!ICll'l' F. T'II'l'ClIL'UL'Ii GI-:oualc NV. Lwscomn AI"liliIl NV. SAN'1'lcl.MANx Mmuq Slum-im.-xlusu Kentucky Club HONORAR Y MEMBER PROF. W1LL1AM lf. MAliS'l'Iil.I.lER OFFICERS N0li'l'0N I.. GOL11sM1'rH . VVILLIAM S. .KAMMERER . ROBERT M. SE'r'rL1z . ROBERT F. MA'l"1'HEWS . E MEMBERS BLIEICH, HAIQIQY E. BOWEN, 1qARL W. BRl2'rz, Golemzr. EUBANK, THOMAS E. F1NN11z, RAYMOND G. FLOURNICY, THOMAS S. GLASGOW, JAMES P. GOLDSMITH, N OR'rON L. HAIQGIIOVE, ROr.L1N B. HICNIJIEIKSON, VVALLACE IQAMMERER, WILLIAM S. WOODFORD, JOHN T, I President ViCC-P1CSlllC11t Sccrct u y Tl'C2lSlll Ll KO1-IN, HI-Ililil4IIi'l' LAHORE, DAVIII R. MA'l"l'l'IliNVS, ROm4:R'r F MOOIQIC, PAUL M. SCI-IOICNFIICLD, AI.l.l'fN SCHOLL, RICHARD W. SliT'l'I.lE, ROIll'IR'l' M. W1LL1AMS, Iinwm L, NVOOIJ, Cl.ARl4:Nvl': WOOD, IJONALD L. Woomfomv, ARCl'l Fon: Ilzmdred Thnty om' The Cosmopolitan Club ".-Ilmw ,-Ill .'X'r1tin11.v lx ffILIIItIIIl'fj'U l'Nli.S'llIli.Y'l' II. Cm.lHcm' lxlmz, Cfmlw. - HO.-IRI! Ol: lJlNl5CfTOR.S' 5f1ldL'llf.V So'rolc1cH1 KA'rsmxuMr, '17 FENG CHU LIU, '17 Plcol-'. ,I lfurlzlty Nvnzlnvzav A. C. 1'IlI.l?Nl'IR .Al.x'.x'm"i11!4' JUv1l1In'1'.x' MR. N. F. ALLEN CAm.os G. I.o1-liz, '17 If A. Rorzlcm' lVI1':r.cl11-211, 'ISD Puolf. I. R.x1.r:1c:l1 Nz-:r.soN Rlcv. Lmvn C. llomsms llO.N'Ol?.-IRB" Mlijllilflfb' 'l,RlCSIllI.N'I' Hfxluev JS. ,l'flT'I'CIllNS Vlqolf. Il. Rmlalfzrr Nl'1I.SClN Puolf. j. A. C. l'IIl.llNlCR Pleolf. A1.m-:le'r Locliwoon bmi AT LANSING Tm-t Mmm: CA1u'14:'l' Four ll 11 mlrmi Thirty-two C. H. I-ISIA I. H. NIEW F. C. LIU D Y. C. CHI-:N II. C. CIIIIY Y. S. CI-IIQN T 1' III T C' Wm' C " Iow I1 I I IM C F 'Pwr' . . 4.. . 1.4 .. ,. Ix. CI .4.. .111 I.. VV. 'PHOMS F. M. CHAN S. Q. NVUNI: W. T. YUUNII K. T. VVUNII G. I-I. FONG fI..XIlYS IDINH CMISSD, M. I, TINII CMISSD, W. C. KXVUNG, I.. T, FUNK! QMISSJ, T. I.. I.IcI-: CMISSD Chinese Students Club K. T. WIINI: . . MISS M. I. 'I'1NG . W. C. KWIINH. . C. K. CIIUW . 1'. I.. I.III . W. T. YIIUNG . F. C. I-Il1 . If. M. CHAN, '20 I2 I W. S. CIIANG, Grad 'I' F . . CIHCN, GI':IcI. Y. C. CHEN, '18 Ii Y. S. CHI-iN, '18I2 . K. CHUW, '18 .C. CHUY, 'ISE MISS GI.,xIIvS IJINIQ, C. H. FUNII, 'ISIQ MISS I.. T. FUNIQ, 'Z C. T. Ho, Grad. C. II. 1'-Ism, Grad. C 11 XIV. C. TQXVONG, 'ISE MISS T. 1.. 1.IcIc, '21 T. P. LIQIQ, '19 M OFFICERS 11ll?,1llilfRS . PI'csirIcIIt . Vice-P1'csic1cI1t . Rc-co1'cIiIIg Scc'I'cl:H'y . CO1'1'L?SD011iT111jI Sc-cI'ct:I1'y . il'l'C11.5l11'L'l' Assistant 'I'I'c:IsIII'cI' . Auditor :If 1'. I.. I.HxI, Ihl. XVIII I.HxI, '21 F. C.L1l1, '18 T, G. NI-inc, Grad. I. H. Nliw, '19 C. If. 'I'IxNI:, '18 M MISS M, I. TINII, '20 M 1-. XV. TIHIIIIS, 'ISIC Q. TTSIANG, Grad. K. T. VVONG, cI1'I1.iT. S. Q. XIVONG, '19 A 11. C. YANG, Grzul. If. YIQN, Grad. ,IOSIIIIH YOUNG, '211' NV. I. YOUNG, 161. l"nII1' 1I1HlIII'!'d TlII'rty-lllrvc A. GlclcAI.lw GAHIUI-:L . I-Lxuom M. NVISNI-tlc. EDWIN S. SNYIIICR . C. NVM. lfmss . RC11iIiIi'l' 111. 1'1R1.I'IV A. Glalmw Glxnlm-:L 1-1. 17lrNc'A N lil-Yrv H VM 1-1A1ml.1n M. NVIS N1-IR Rmsl-:lc'1' ICRNS1' RALPH Gllflfl-:N Llcxvls l'l.1x'1'u STEXVA RT BAX'l'1'lR ARTHUR N1CPf1" Gxfourzlc IQITSICN XVAL'1'1':l: C. GI'1IiN'I', '1712 Rlclmrzlm Cilcoucslfz, '19 Lucm: 121zNlcs'1' C. x'Vl'NSl'11 TIICNRY F. 1X'TAsSNwli, '18 Aman-:1c'r P. f,IlI.AlAk'III'IR, '18 Farm' lln 71II7'l'4l Th f1'ffV'f0l17' K1 H 0 FP FD 5 S 1-J E O ,- : U' ' E!E.Eu.:? -I Orgazzisrd in IQ r I OFFICERS . . T'1'csidc11t Vice-P1'csidc11t Sccrctzlry . 'I'1'CZlSl1l'CI' IQIS Hmm XV. PLA'1'lr CLAIQI-:Nara A. KRI'Z'I'ZSC11AlAR 1919 Iinwm S. SNvm':lz Glcolusl-1 H. Km-:'rzsc'1lMAR C. NVM. Fmss 1920 N47liAl.'XN GAIELI-I 1.Mx'1z1-:Nui RUTZ XVA I.'I'I-IR F. TSC1I.XI'ZL'HI'1 C:11x1u.1as 11or.llmN 1921 O'r'ro R. Slllzml-'lf Roxxl-:rw Ricci: Ilolxlcm' XKIARII KXNRITN A. Romml: l.V Till? SIZNVICIS IQOIYICIVI' limlxslf, 'l912 ITILNRY SWICKI-ire, '20 MAX F. KUHLMAN, '20 I2- ICNSIGN 121-zlmmlxt D. Sun Mawr, '19 HAROLD C. Cuweclr, '1SE C1..xR1cNr1a 12. N1-:'r'rrNc:, '18 CLARK F F. RAYMQNI1 XV. R. Glzoss . . NVM. J. li. JWASON . 0. A. CLARK . J. STANICIQ. Guo. A. CLARK E. J. Fl'I'l"l'lG J. O. G00llSI'II.I., JR. F. A. GORMAN W. R. Gnoss 1 1 H. Ta. BRAUN, 191 E. F. Gfxxscrmw WM. I-I. Grmxsra L. J. BURROWS J. S. GOODMAN F. 1-011111-ax Wm. F. Bnomcs J. H. Blcl'r'r0N J. S. Gomnxmx A. I.EN'l' LIASON H STAN IC li Gnoss RAYMONII Saginaw Club OITFICIERS Mli.1llilfR.S' IQIS A. G. II'l'liI. J. S. Kl.l'AIl'I' J. S. K1-xml' J. 1.1-:NICK WM. J. IE. M.xsox IH..-KIll'lJ1N It , C, I.. Rules:-:xc IJ R I920 NYM. P. JVIARTZOXVKA A. ff. NJ'AI!XX'lNSli.X R. J. 51x1l'1'll 1921 L. N. NfI'2RRll.I., '21 M Il. Ji. l'.xl:l41Nsux, 'Z J. A. SPI-:NUI-3 'l'. .X. 'l'mc'll.xc 1919 NN UlJ'I'I-'lil' ww' 'I O M IM President Vice-President Sccrctzury iliI'C21SllI'C1' Committccmrm F. PA'I"l'l-ZRSON li. Rfxvmoxn A J. Smwlcli li. X'Vu.soN 1 '.. . lx. Sum. H. Txcssx N NV ICAIJOC' K K. 'l'1mcucm' I-J. V or rr G. XV I rrrcrm I3 SCIII-IM M Four ll1m1l1'z'n' Tllirfj South African Union Club Dum Comix . . nm' V. linen . X A SIEICLIS . JENNIIC JACOBS A. R. NIELCH 1-:R OFFICERS Prcsidcnt . Vlcc-Prcsulcnt . Sccrctzxry and Treasurer l?O.'lRD OF DIRECTORS H. I. NIARAIS NICHOLAS VAN H1clc1zlJl2N 1918 R. V. Bum A. VV. Ii1cs'1'lanN H. I. MAIQAIS , A. B. Mm.cmcR L. J. SCHMID1' A. A. Slcxcuc B. V. INc:l.1-: 1919 ' IDAVIII Comm I. HAYWAIQIJ I. M. D0Nr:Ess G. LUB1c1c M. D. IMMERMAN G. G. SM11' P. S. THIQRON C. MAI,AN Mus. me VII,I.lIiRS Miss J. E. JACOBS NICl'IOLAS VAN IflErzmmN 7920 O. H. Lumua O. D. T. VAN SCHALKWIJK I. S. me VII.I.TlEIiS W. H. ICLUGE 1921 I. Lnvy G. E. DYASON A. M. S'rRAUss W. WRUM HONORARV MEMBERS ' .HARRY N. Com: Fmvn A. Rowrc O. M. Coma, A. M., M. D. ALUMNI MEMBERS Du. B. H. MASSliI.lNK, '08 Dcnt. DR. J. E. Ro1xHuTsoN, '16 Dent. DR. VV. Rom2R'rsoN, '16 Dent. DR. C. G. MAIZEIC, '17 Dent. DR. Tum. voN Rx-:ENEN-ENc:E1.s, '17 DHNT. Four Hundrrd Thrrty-:iz Mount Clemens Club IIONORJR1' xlllidllflilf l"1zmf. ALLIQN S. XMl1I'1'NliY AHOI.P1-l lf. Wl4:Nn1.lf:le 1-Irsnnl-:rw H. l.IClI'l'I1i 13mcNlc'r'r MALIHN . . IAIAROLII M. 1YJONAI.l1S0N . VVILLIAM W. Fox . . .-IC' FRANK J. 13,xlmmN, 'ISD Dwlczlfu' ,I. CAN1f11a1.n, '18 E HAROLD M. IDONALIDSON, '2012 VVILLIAM XV. Fox, 120 .1051-:I-11 H. Grwsm-zma, '18 1'I1iR1lI-IR'I' H. l..ICI1'I'lG, 'ISD I3maNlc'r'r M.1xI.mx, '19 D Olfl'lCl5lC.S' Tl! 'lf MIZQUH Alwormll I". Wlaxlwma . Prcsiclcnl X Vice-1'1'csidcnt . Sccrctznry 'lxl'C21Sl11'L'1' SCVQCIIII1-Ill-fXl'1'I1S l'R S' Roscolc J. IVIASUN, 'IS Ii CIIRISTIAN I". lVIA'l"l'l1lCXVS, 'IS G0le'r0N J. NION'l'IGl1li, '21 D Rov XV. N1m'lml.soN, '21 NN'u.I.mM XV. 1'm'l"l'l1i, '21 E LAWN!-:Ncl-1 lf. SvHo'r'r, '21 E Fm-ilmlclucli T, SC1IU'I"I', '19 IE la, lb lu Fam' Hnmirrd Tlzirty-.raven 1314. S. Im-1 . S. X7AN1AS1Il'I'A 13. Sxxsullm . The Nippon Club U!"l"lC'lil1'.S' .l6"l'll 'lf ,1llf.1llHilx'.S' P11-simlclrt Yicc-P11-siclcllt SL-c1'c:t:11'y and 'l!I'CI1S1Il'CI' N. Flrnmslc, M. 13, Ci. Nlxlul, 'ZOM 12. I1.'X'l'AS1I1'I'.'X, '24 M H. NAK.'xAl1'1e.x, '21 K. IIURIITCIII, '211C M. X,xli.xx'.'xm.'x, '171'1 S. Im-3, M. 19. Miss K. S,x1v,x1c.'x'm, '19 V T. lim, '18 li If. Slxsllllm, '19 H. IKICIKIC, '2111' M. -1 f Uvlclmrm, S4-11,ul' Mus. b.Ix.-x'l's1'1zm1l 17 1 XXx'1vx1l1x111f M IJ , . 1. . ., . . M. Mlmm, '20 T. Y.-xrxlfuurm, Sp. S. YA M.'XS111'1'A, Grucl. l'1n'fm.vr.v: 'lla CXC11Z1l1g'C knmvlcclge, cultivate high ideals and train fm' self-gox'c1'11me11t Four Ilnmlrml Thirty-aight x .. ,.w,...,, A . M ', " HAM "-nfl-. ,L My-I ,- p-i . Il fm . 4 ' ,UV . "N A. e Vg. i"'i3' ' 'M ' "'AE':f5,i'12:,'L ' J' 4' iff- 59 + -1. 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I-'vm' I-hmdrcd Farty4t'wo rc-established 1845 1846 1855 1858 1858 1867 1874 1875 1876 1877 1887 1888 1889 1892 1892 1902 1902 1902 1904 1904 1905 1908 1912 1912 1912 1913 1913 1915 General Fraternity Rushing Rules fldofvled by the lllft'I'-lfl'IIft'l'Ilffy CtllIfl'l't'IIt't' Alx'7'lC'l.l5 ONI5 Sl-:e'rxoN 1. No prospective matriculate or freshman shall he pledged to any fraternity prior to the tenth day preceding the opening day of the col- lege year in which he matriculates. SIilf'l'ItlN ll. All pledging must he done in Ann Arbor. S1':e'r1oN III. Any pledgeman who has failed to become a student in the University within thirty days after the First opening day of college follow- ing his pledge shall forfeit his pledge. Ali"l'lt'l.li TIVO SIiC'l'l0N 1. No student shall he initiated into a fraternity unless such a student has received, either: CAD. lileven Qllj hours of credit earned in one semester in this Uni- versity with a grade of at least "C" in each course constituting said eleven Cllj hours' credit. CBJ. Or has received an average grade of "C" in all his courses taken during one semester in this University, provided the courses taken amount to thirteen CISD hours of work. A R TICLE THREE Slac'rloN l. The failure of any pledgemau to fulfill the ahove require- ments for initiation, as stated in Article Two, for two semesters after his entrance in this University shall render his pledge void and render him ineligible for any fraternity in this Conference. The following' resolution was passed hy the senate committee on student affairs on October 20tl1 after a formal request by the inter-fraternity con- ference: i "Rv.rnlv12d, That in view of the peculiar situation created hy the war, the rule restricting initiation into fraternities to students having earned eleven CHD hours' credit of at least "C" grade, earned in one semester, he waived for the year l9l7-lS." 1 f-I Four I'l1md1rd lun fillet - ,DQ E. 5' I .xv 'af- Qd Lfl' " 4' . LZZQ, , , 'Tr' i ', ,A Th.. 1- VH- I TNQ? X E - Y.. .ww " Wi.: tr - r. ., 1 'iii NN Q, 1fI.,M in f ID -gif?" gg 1. I J, Q ' 'x ' 5 Chi Psi ALPHA EPSILON .vtablislzcd in 1845 FRA TRES IN URBIZ W. W. DOUGLAS, A. E. 1870 IGNATIUS DUFFY, A. E. 1898 - Rlcl-IAIID M. WALDO M. AuIzo'I'1', A. E. 1911-13L DONALD GIQDDLS, A. T. 1914-A. E. 19L MCKEAN, A. E., 1916-19M FRA TRE5' IN UNIVERSITA TE ALI3Iili'l' EDWARD HOIINE, Ju. DUNCOMBE ARTI-IUII MCINNES AUSTIN CAIN HARMON FRANK CONKLIN NDWELL HOWARD FRANCIS MCGI.ASSON JAMES STRANAHAN ELY EDWIN SKINNDR LARSIIN ' CORNEALIUS WILLIAM BI.oM GEORGE IHIERBERT LONGSTAFF Ronmm' EDWIN MCKEAN THEDDDRIQ N. IQAMPF JOSEPH VVINTIZR CUMMINGS Frmmaruc TRITSCHLER PT-lTN'I'I-IR GILL GRIFIfI'1'1I FITZIYIUGH Llama Blcmvlfzu Fam' Hundred Forty-four I " ' Founded at UIIIOII College in 1841 UNION COLLEGE WILLIAMS COLLEGE MIIJIILEEURY COLLEGE WESLEYAN UNIVEllSl'I'Y HAMILTON COLLEGE UN1VEllSI'l'Y OF MICHIGAN AMHERST COLLEGE CORNELL UNlVlERSl'I'Y UNIVEIiSI'1'Y OF MlNNlESO'l'A - ROLL O17 ALPI-IAS 'UNlVEliS1'I'Y OF WISCONSIN RUTGERS COLLEGE STEVENS INS'I'I'l'U'l'IS OF TECHNOLOGY UNIVlEliSI'FY OF GEORGIA LEHIGH UNIVERSITY LELAND STANFORII, JR. UNI UNIVEliS1'1'Y OF CALIFORNIA UNIVERS1'I'Y OF CHICAGO UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS NEW YORK, NEW YORK IJETROIT, MICHIGAN COLUMEUS, SOUTH CAROLINA IYIIDDLETOWN, CONNliC'l'lCU'1' HOBOICEN, NEW JERSEY SCHENECTAIIY, NEW YORK NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY NVASI-IINGTON, DlS'1'IlIC1' OF COLUMIIIA CHICAGO, ILLINOIS PHILADELPI-I IA, PENNSYLVANIA LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA DES MOINliS, IOWA Pl'l"l'SBURG1-I, PENNSYLVANIA MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN NVEST DULlJ'1'11, MINNESO'I'A ATLANTA, GEORGIA ST. LOUIS, MISSIJIIIII BOSTON, MASSIKCI-IUSlE'1'TS PORTLANIJ, OREGON IQANSAS CITY, MISSOUIQI VIZRSITY ' Four I-Iuudred Forty-five 1-lARRv B. IATUTCHINS, Ph. B., LL. D., Penn., 1871 VVILLIAM H. BUTTS, A. M., Penn., 1878 HENRY M. BATES, Ph. D., LL. QD., Penn., 1890 RCJBI2Ii'l' T. CRANIQ, A. B., Ph. D., Alpha Delta Phi FRA TIRES IN FA CULTA TE 1'IAROI.ll D. BARss, A. B., M. D., Rochester, 1908 J'I'ZSSI5 S. Rlclcwas, B. S., Ph. D., Kenyon, 1891 EVANS ,HoI.IIRooIc, A. B., LL. B., Penn., 1897 LL. B., Johns Hopkins, 1902 ITRATKIES IN URBE Josuvu ROGERS, Bowdoin, 1875 CARL C. WAIKIJIEN, Penn., 1892 CHAUNCILY H. SIIIQARIQR, Cornell, 1879 MCNALJGI-I'l'0N NVILRINSUN, Rochester, 1914 PAUL NV. BIQAVIQN, Rochester, 1913 RoIIIcR'r RYON, Cornell, 1903 FRA TRES IN U N I VERSI TA TI? 1918 C. ,IAMI-:S NVARIUCN ROLLIN R. WINSLOW 1919 RI1III4:R'I' 12. BARNI-:Y AI.lIER'l' A. CLARK C. RICIIARII BIcAvIcR CYRIQNIUS A. Nlaxvcomu, 31-d , 1920 . HYCNIQX' NN. ANDERSON MIJIQIQAY F. GARIINICR LIIIQS J. BIIRROWS HARRY NIV. HEl-'1fNlill G. ,Im-IN IJIICKICMA IJAVIII B. LANIIIS JAMES W. GAMIILII ROIIIIRI' XV. PIII-1Ll'S GILIll2li'l' P. SCHAFICR . 1921 VV I LLlAM C. A l!lKYl"l' TIQUMAN M. Blul-:I.ow CHARLES M. BRYAN - Four Iluudrca' l"01'Iy-.vu RALIIH C. 1jUNIil2I.IlIiRG ,TAMIQS T. Hovl-:R VVILLIAM H. ING1-IAM 1-IA MILTON . Cor.UM1,nA . YAl.lf . .tXMHliRS'1' . B now NoN1 A N :i'iUllSON . BOVVDOIN . DA1z'1'A1on'l'l I PEN! NSULrXR Roc 1-I lcsrl-:R . W n.r.IA Ms . M l1lIlLl5'l'0N . K1cNvoN UNION C0liN1cr.r. . P1-ri KAPPA . Ionxs Holnc M I N N l4IS0'I'A illORON'I'0 . CHICAGO INS MCGILI. . NVISCONSIN . CALIFORNIA . ILLINOIS . S'rANFoim . lplma rDelta Cplxi Founded at Ilmuiltnn College in 1832 CI-IAPTER ROLL . . - . I Hamilton College Columbia University Yale University Amherst College Brown College NVcStern Reserve College Bowdoin College llartmontli College University of Michigan University of Rochester XVilliams College XVesleyan University Kenyon College Union College Cornell University Trinity College johns Hopkins University University ol' Minnesota University of Toronto University of Cliicugo McGill University University of X'Visconsin University of California University of Illinois Stamford 'University Ifnna' Hun rlrml l"o1'ly-,ru 1- 'I' ' 0. fz ' 31. I I " 'lb W, . ,CTW .4-.II U IAQ. ,. ' I -0 Q31 ' x' i f '.. Si eb -v ' 9j K MA,,,.,-NJ.. ff 'N-YQMQEGII ' Delta Kappa Epsilon OMICRON CI-IAl'TliR Eslablished in 1855 1918 VVILFRICIJ V. CASGRAIN THOMAS F. NICAI.L1S'I'lili PHILIP B. MAIAIEI2 NORMAN H. IIISEN 1919 WILLIAM D. CRAIG ROIIERT L. BIGGERS 1920 PAUL L. BOOTH JAMES V. CAMPIIELI. HARRY ALI'liElJ IVIANN EIIENEZER BUSIINELL 1921 ROBISIQT' C. ANGELL GEORGE DIIRIfIEI.II HAIQIQY L. PARKER G. VOIGIIT PERKINS WILLIAM W. SCOTT IQOBERT T. PERRY CHARLES F. LAMIIERT 1'IARRISON L. GOOIISIIEEII J. PEM IIROKE HAIi'1' STILES C. SMITI-I RANDOLPH ROGERS HAIJYN PALMER ROIIERT COOK BARRY STUART ALVIN C. BENNETT ROIIERT GRINIILEY H1iNliY W1-II'I'ING I lffmr llzlmiruu' Forty-cigllt 1 X I I I If I I 5. ,Founded at Yale Collfge ill' 1844 CHAPTER ROLL YALE UNIVERSITY BOWIIOIN COLLEGE COLIIY COLLEGE AMI-IIEllS'1' COLLEGE VANIIERBIIJI' UNIVERSITY UN1VliliSI'l'Y OF ALABAMA BROWN UNIVERSITY NORTH CAROLINA UNIVEliSI'fY UNlVlEIiSI'I'Y OF VIRGINIA MIAIVIA UNIVERSITY ICENYON COLLEGE DARTMOUTII COLLEGE CENTRAL UNlVIiliSl'l'Y MIIIIILEIIIIRY COLLEGE UNIVEIiSl'l'Y OF MICHIGAN VVILLIAMS COLLEGE LAFAYETTE COLLEGE HAMILTON COLLEGE COLGATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF Tl-Ili CITY OF NEW YORIC ROCI-IESTER UN1VIERSI'1'Y OF IQENTUCKY TEXAS UNIVE RIITGERS COLLICGIC DE PAUW UN1VICliSl'1'Y WESLEYAN UNlVEliSl'1'Y RICNSSI-ILAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVl5liSI'FY CORNICLL UNlVliliSl'l'Y UNIVI2liSI'l'Y OF CHICAGO SYRACIISE UN1VlERS1'fY COLUMIIIA UN1VIEliSI'l'Y UNIVERSITY OF CALIEORNIA TRINITY COLLEGE UN1VEliS1'1'Y OF MINNESOTA MASSACI'IUSli'I"l'S INST. OF TECHNOLOGY TULANE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 'UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA MCGILL UNIVIiRSI1'Y LELANII STANEORII, IR., UNIVERSITY UNIVlil!S1'1'Y OF ILLINOIS UNIN'l.IiSl'1'Y OF WISCONSIN UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON RSITY Four Hluldrcd Forly-11iIIc I' ,ek A0-V f A ,, fl:j,? ' .' . 1' Fiff 'PES' 5 I flwgi 55,9 "1 QW-Azifm '5,' ::afi-yield! I V, an ,f 'x,5,g A M 4, Slgma Ph1 ALPIIA OF MICHIGAN Establislwd in 1858 FRATRES IN URBIZ . EDWARD DEWITT IQINNIC JAMES D. V. VVILCOX MORTIMER ELWYN COOLEY JOHN FULLER LAWRENCE :DliVVI'I"l' CLINTON M I LLEN FRA TRES LV UN! VERSITA TE JOHN DAVIS HIDDARD CARLETON SPEAR SCRIDNER GORDON CHARLES MACIC WIr.LIAM S'I'ARRE1'T DfNXY'IllIlllf HIENIQY AN'I'lION KNONVI.SON MA'1"1'IIENV SCOTT TOWAR GOLTDWIN CARRINGTON DlNXX'lIllllE DONALID IQNIGHT MI!iYlIliI.IiliS Four ll l11Hl'1'Z'li Fifty HAROLD THOMDSON FLE'rcHER GOLIINVIN REDFIELD S'1'ARRE'l"1' GEORGE HOLMIES RODERICK PHILIP HARDIE . DURDAN ALI-'REU LONGIENICCKER RIIEDIQN BIOELOW ROBERT NELSON BRADLEY FREDERIC LA'I"I'A SMITH ALI'1lA or Nliw x,0RK . BETA or N law YORIQ . . ALl'HA or IDIGLTA or IXLPHA or AL1'l-IA or ALPHA or 1VIAss.xen lIS1C'l"l'S Nlaw YOIQIC . Vvl'IR1NION'l' . MICHIGAN. . P1zNNsvi.x',xxiA . EPSILON or Nl-:xv YOIQIQ . ALPHA or Wiseoxsix ALPHA or CA1.nfoRN1A l"ou1rn'vd in 1827 CHAPTER ROLL . . Union College . . I-lzunilton College . Willizuns College . . I-1o1mu1't College . . . l'nivCrsity of Vermont . University of Michigan . Leliigli University . . Cornell University . . University of Wfisconsin . University 01 California I 1827 1831 1834 1840 . 1845 1858 1887 1890 1908 1912 nr lImnil'4'd Ififlx r ll Yavxri 0 .41 , 'ii "WA gif.: nfQ55'NNW 1 51 SVU Q' . 'film ii A 'T ' fp A fb - ,, , D K 4 'ff .1 Al, fly: kg", fn.,- ffww AQR3' rf Zleta l?S1 XI CHAI-TER Establixlzed in 1858 FRA TRES HEIQBERT R. CROSS, A. M., E., 1900 - FRHTRESI RICHARD ALLYN HAIGH . CLARK WALLACE BISHOP ROBERT LEROY STORRICR . . FREDERICK JOHNSTON ZOELLIN WILLAIQIJ ROBERTSON SHAMBAUGH MIiI.VIN JOSEPH CASSIDY . WILLIAM WADE HINDSHAW, JR. ROBERT JAMES PATE . . ROBERT BARRY BIGELOW. .. JOHN WILL1AM COMLOQUOY . THOMAS DOANE HINSIIAW . FREDERICK RAY STORRER . VVILLIAM HOIQACIC WAGGONER. AIJDISON PORTER COOK . . JESSE ALLEN BUMRUS . . EMERSON MAIQLIJNVE STEVENS. EVERARD FERGUSON PERKINS . CIYIARLES CHAPIN TERRY . Pour Hundred Fifty-t-wo IN FACULTATE PHILIP BURSLEY, A. M., Xi, 1902 N UNIVERSITA TE Detroit VVyandottc Owosso Chicago, Ill. Ft. Wayne, Ottawa, Ill. New York City Clcvcland, Ohio Ann Arbor Boyne City . New York City Owosso Ravenna, Ohio Jackson Detroit Owosso Alpena South Bend, Ind. Ind. PHI . ZETA . DELTA . SIGMA . CHI . EPSILON iKAl'PA TAXI . Urs1LoN XI . LAMBDA Psi . Io'rA . GAMMA THETA Xi . ALl'l-IA . ALPHA Psi . Nu . ETA . . MU . . ALPHA Bmux Al.I'lIA Evsn.oN . LAMBDA Psi. lfoimded al the lfIIi'ZlN'Slf'l' of New York in 1847 CI-IAPTER ROLI. New York University VVi1liams College Rutgers College University of Pennsylvania Colby College Brown University Tufts College Lafayette College University of North Carolina University of Michigan Bowdoin College Cornell University University of California Syracuse University University of Toronto Columbia University McGill University Case School ol' Applied Science Yale University Leland Stanforcl, jr., University University of Minnesota University of Illinois University of NNisconsin Fam' Hundred Fifty-three FR 7'4 21 img 0 f . f- Wf?Tf lm! 1 4 FH ,,, LP 41 . . J-922. fr 2492 V. In . f ' l '- iffy Zi h dJ1x61,116uW" f Psi Upsilon P111 C11A1"1'1au E.1'tabli.v1zr'ri in 1865 FRATRES IN FACULTA T12 .xxcls W. K1':l.sl':v, Ph. D., 1880 GEORGE W. PA'1"1'151esoN, JR., A. M. Q84 HICNIIY Fos'1'1c11 Almms, P11. D., 1905 1516.4 T1C15.S' IN UNIVERSITA T15 Ronzxcm' S. 131-1.1011 IQICHARIII'f.1fIIl1I'IN F. NVAIU1 Cl1l.vl-:lc W 11.1.1 A M H Vrcu coo lc RONAL11 N. Hoslux jmfx R. Ivxes f.1XRI.1'I'I'17N 5. l'1Nlxn Cll,1m.1cs 12. IRVIN 12. Ronucwr 1smf:1.1. AI.IiI'1R'l' C. Iocuxlas R1c'11,11enK11l1lcNH1 nr 1-lnmlrl-.I 1"if!v,fnnr N I" R 1918 PIIILII' I. VVILSON, IR. 1919 I 1920 1921 Glcolum P. NVlcA1:1 11' Ii Run-'US H. 1XNIliII'I' Cldxlelcxfli A. Mm1L'r1lle0l NIARVIN H. RORICK R.-11.111-I S'ruN1-:, Ju. Al1'1'11l1R A. XAIICAIIOFK C11-20:11:15 P. MA17 NIiTl'lfJI., JOHN C. MC'CjAI.MflN'l' CIQILAN H. RORICK HOWA 11 Il VV 1211: 14 S HHN H. VVILSON T ll I"'l' I lJl2l.'l'A . BI-:'I'.-x . SIIIIIIA GAAIMA ZIc'Iux . LAMIIIIA liAl'l'A Psi . XI . Lll'Sl I.oN' Io'I'A . PIII . OIIIIQG.-I PI . CIII . l3I':'ml1Ic'I'.-x . li'I'.-I . 'lf.xII . MU . R I I 0 . lCI'SII,0N Om IeIeoN DI-:I,'I',x lJI.l.I.X 'lllllC'I'A 'l'III I I , ., J F0'ILlldU!l' al Union C'allegI' in 1833 CfllAl'7'l5R ROIJ. Union College New York University Yule UIIiveI'sity lirown UIIive1'sity Amherst College l,2l1'll11Ulllll College Cfllllllllllil University llowcloiu College l'lZl1'l1lll0l1 College XIVesley:uI UlllV1'l'Sllj' Roclwstex' University Kenyon College UIIiveI'sity of Mll'lllLI1lll llIIiveI'sity of Chicago Syracuse University Cornell University 'l'I'iIIity College l.elIiglI College UIIiveI'sil5 ' ol l'eIIIIsylv:IIII:I lllllYL'1'Sll,j' of lX'liIIIIesotzI LllllYCl'Slty University University Xxvlllllllllbl College of NViseoIIsiII ' ol' C:IlifoI'IIi:I ' of Illinois lvIllY1'l'Sltj' of XV:ISlIiIIgtoII Four Hu mlrcwl Fifty-fivxe I., fi? ,n h vw D' Iv., ,MU .z . . wp? -'vi O! ,,.. L, Uqi F I I I. I I I I3 , , IR... Beta Theta Pi LAMBDA CHAPTER Eslablished in 1845 IIRATRES IN FACULTATE EARLE W. Dow, A. B., 1891 VVILLTAM W. WAITE, Ph. D., 1879 FRANK E. ROEEINS, Ph. D., M. E., 1906 ' ALLAN S. WHITNEY, A. B., 1885 WILLIAM F. GERHARDT, B. S. E., 1917 FRA TRES IN URBE JUNIUS BEAL, 1882 LEONARD H. BARRETT, 1889 J. J. GOODYEAR, 1884 ELMER E. BEAL, 1894 DWIGHT H. RAMSDELL, 1886 EDWIN R. PARKER, 1896 WELLINGTON H. TINIZER, 1889 ' ROLLIN E. DIIAKE, Jr., 1920 FRATRES IN 'UNIVERSITATE EDWARD J. CORAM JAMES M. FRAZIER THEODORE H. CONKLIN LAURENCE V. KERBER J. SPEED RODGERS NORMAN F. MILLER CLAYTON S. EMERY DONALD M. DRAKE 1918 HARIQY B. MCCAI.LUM DONALD 12. VVILSON DONALD C. WEST 1919 HOLLANIJ M. COWAN LEWIS H. MA'l"1'li1iN VVILLIAM H. GOODRICH 1920 WALDO G. HARBER'F . A. PETER VAN BRUNT ALFRED R. WA'r'r CHARLES L. MCCALLUM DUANE JONES Four Hundred Fifty-six VVILLIAM ScO'r'r TROWIIRIDGE ROBERT CARY 1921 FRICIJIERICK B. WICKHAM JOHN L. HANLEY JOHN A. HAESELER WILLIAM CLARKSON HOWARD N. COLLINS CLARENCE D. BLESSED MAXWELL BADGLEY GEORGE C. URSCHEL AM IIIERST BOSTON IEOWIIOIN COLUMBIA RIITIIIQRS COLc:A'I'Ia CORNELL ST. LAWRIQNCIE IJICKINSON JOHNS HOPKINS IJAVIIISON BIETHANY I'If:NNSvI.vANIA STATIQ CIsN'I'RAL CINCINNATI MIAMI CASE IJICNNISON IQIENYON IJEPAUW HANOVICIQ BI2I.OI'I' CHICAGO ILLINOIS MASSALTI-I IISIc'I"rS INST. OI-' TECHNOLOGY Ct tBetag lI'1eta. I lfOIIIIcl'I'd III JWIIIIIII in 1839 LfllI4l"l'l5lI' lI'Ol'.l. IOWA IOWA S'I'A'I'Ic K A NSAS NIISSOURI ORLAIIOIIIA TI':xAS COLORAIIO CAI.IIfORNIA GRIQIION IIROVVN DA RI' III Ol I'I'IfI MAlNli S'I'I2vIcNS IIIAIAI0 U'l'API XVIcSI.IcvAN YALE SYRACUSIC IFORONTO 'UNION LIQIIIGII IDICN NSvI.vANIA NOR'I'IfI CAROLINA VIRGINIA WRST VIRGINIA OIIIO WASH lNG'I'0N ANII LIQIQ J CJIIIO S'I'A'I'I-: WI'I"I'IcNIIIIRI: OII I0 X'YI'ISI.I-IYAN VVI':S'I'I:RN RI-:SI-1RvIa PIIRIIIII2 NVAIIASII INIIIANA K NOX M ICIIIGAN Nf3Il'l' I I W I'1S'l'IiRN WISCONSIN MINNIQSOTA NICIRICASIQA TIII,ANI: VANIlICl!IllI.'l' VVASIIINIITON WIQSTM INS'I'IiR COLORAIIO MINICS IJENVICR STANIPORII WASIVIINIITON S'rA'I'E SOIVIII IJAKOTA COLORAIIO COI.I.Iec:IS KANSAS S'l'A'I'li VVASIIINGTON -,I If:I-'IIIQRSON XNfIfII'I'IvIAN COI.I.I:IIIa lfmu' lllrudrrrl lfifly-.Ir':'r 'x 'Ox ,VW 515 2131 'V xx Q. 145' nigga ' Delta Tau Delta DELTA CHAPTER , Established in 1874 FRATRES' IN FACULTATE WARREN W. FLORER, Ph. D. RALPH H. CURTISS, Ph. D HOBART H. WILLARD, Ph. D. FLOYD E. BARTEL, A. M. NED R. SMITH, A. M. HERBERT L. ABBO'1"1', B. S. W FRATRES IN URBE DR. ROBERT G. MACKENiIE JOHN J. POLESKI VICTOR C. DIBBI,E EDWARD COUGHLIN H. E. CHAMEERLAIN E. G. GORDON FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1918 CHARLES F. BOOS ARTHUR G. IPPEL CHESTER C. NIORRISON H.4XllliY SUNLEY STEWART E. DOOI.1'1"1'LE FREDERICK R. PARSONS ROBERT S. BUOL JOHN B. :M'ERTON FRANCIS K. BRIDCMAN NATHAN L. SHIELDS JOHN L. WARREN HI'f11fI C. VVHITE For r H1 uirci Fifty-eight ELBRIDGE G. DUDLEY HAROLD M. STEPHEN 1919 S. D. INCI-IAM EMERSON J. DUNCAN CAMERON 1920 GEORGE A. CAIIWELL THOMAS B. ROBERTSON ELTON J. BEAULIEII B. DIINDY VVI-IEELER FREDERICK E. CLARY HOBAli'l' F. SMITH 1921 EDWARD H. BASSETT CONRAD I. CLIDPERT IQENNETH RELYEA RICHARD O. FISCIIER CHARLES I. PRICE B11 1:UHflldl'd at Bl'HI1ll'ly L'ollI'yIf in 1859 ALLEG II EN Y COLLEGE OHIO UNIVIERSITY VVASHINGTON ANII JIiFl"l2RSON COLLEGE UNlVIEliSI'l'Y OF MICI-IIGAN ALBION COLLEGE AIIEI.EER'I' COLLEGE HIILLSDALE COLLEGE VANDERBlL'F UNIVERSITY OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSl'I'Y LA IfAYli'I"l'li COI.I.EGE STA'rE UNlVlERSl'l'Y OI-' IOWA UNIVlEliS1'I'Y OF MlSSlSSII'1'I STEVENS INS'I'l'l'U'l'li OF TECIINOLOGY RENSSICLAICR POLY'l'lCCHNlC INSTITUTE VVASHINGTON ANII LEE LINIVICRSITY KENYON COLLEGE PENNSYLVANIA S'I'A'l'lE COLLEGE LINIVliRSI'I'Y OI-' PENNSYLVANIA INIIIANA UNlVI2RSI'l'Y DEPAUW UNlVFZRSl'l'Y UNIVliRSI'1'Y OF GEORGIA LINIVIERSITY OF WISCONSIN I-EMORY COLLEGE UNIVERSITY UNIVlEliSl'l'Y UNIVERSITY UN1VlEIlSl'1'Y LINIVICRSITY LICH IGII UN OHIO STATE C IIICAGO NEW YORK CINCINNATI SAN' FRANCISCO PHII,.'XDIiLPH IA INOIANAIIOLIS BOSTON PORTLANII INIIIANAIIOLIS THIS SOUTII MlNNliSO'l'A VIRGINIA COLORADO IVERSITY UNlVliIiSI'I'Y ROC I-I ESTER CLEVELANII PI'I'TSIIURG IQICH MONII JACKSON NEW ORLEANS FAR EAST WAS I-I I NGTON Cfl-IAPTIIIC ROLL DALLAS FARGO KANSAS CITY LOS ANGELES ATLANTA SEATTLE SIIOKANE SIOUX CITY I TUI-'TS COLLEGE MASSACI-IUSETTS INST. Ulf' TECI-INOLOGY BROWN UNIVERSITY NIV A IIA S H COLLIAZGE UNIVERSITY OI-' CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF CI-IICAGO ARMOUR INS'I'I'l'U'I'li IJAR'I'MOU'I'I'I COLLEGE WEST VIIIGINIA UN1VliRSI'1'Y COLUIVIIIIA UNlVIiIiSl'l'Y GEORGE VVASIIINGTON UNlVliI!SI'1'Y WESLEYAN UN IVERSITY BAKER UNIVliliSl'I'Y UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS U,NlVIEliSI'l'Y OF MISS0lIliI PURIIUE UNlVl4IliSI'l'Y UN1VEI!Sl'I'Y OF VVASI-IINGTON UN1VERSI'l'Y Olf' MAINE UNlVliIiSI'l'Y OF CINCINNATI SYRACIISE UNlVl'1IiS1'l'Y IOWA STATE COI.LEGE UNIVlEliSI'l'Y OF OREGON UNIVERSITY OI' Pl'l"l'Sl5URG 'UNIVICRSITV OF ICANSAS TIILANE UNlVlillSI'I'Y CORNELL UNlVlCIiSI'I'Y N OR'I'I-IWES'I'ERN UNIVERSITY LELANII STANFORII, JR., UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF NIEBIQASKA UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS ALUMNI CH,4I"I'I?RS SAN AN'l'0Nl0 HARVARII CLUI BUFFALO LIMA OIcLAIYIOIvIA GRAND RAPIIIS IUENVICR ST. PAUL I BIRMINGHAM VVARREN MINNEAII0I.IS MILWAUKEE Four limzdord I'IfiT mm' I 'EN Q Y . I 'W I ,I f, 'X- L, .f SN I-nf I .--Pa KKPPA Phi Kappa Psi MICHIGAN ALRIIA CI-IAIITER Lf.YfI1IJlLY11l?d in 1875 FRATRES IN FACULTATE , JOHN RORERT EFFINGER, PII. D. WILLIAM FRANK VIZIQNI-Ili, B. S. EIIWARII HLENRY ICRAUS, HAIQOLIJ M. CHERRY JOIIN M. MCKINNIZY Ph. D. VVILLIAM MCIQIEIE GERMAN, I-I ILLI I' GEORGE BAR'I'EI.M li FKATRES IN URBIZ HAIIOLIJ E. COVIERT CIIARLES L. CRUICKSI-IANK ROIIERT C. COR'1'LE'l"l' FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JASI-ER BRALEY REID .s4EA1101e.s' CLAIRE FROST LYMAN ROBERT BENJAMIN GOTI-'REDSON J UN I ORS CHARLES HALS'1'IiAD COTTINGTON RICHARD PAUL HUMMER CHARLES SPENCER CLARK SEYMOUR BURLING WILSON CHARLES THERON x7ANDUSEN SOPH OM ORES REED ERNEST BACHMAN GERALD WILLIAM FROEMKE CARL EDWARD JOHNSON PAUL REUDEN ICICMPF WOODEURN BARNES WALDRIDGE ORVILLE EDWARD REED MUIR PENICK HARRY ALBERT ATWOOD LEWIS CLARK PAISLEY JOHN LEWIS PENTECOST Four Hundred Sixty LAWRENCE REED VANNESS PLEDGES FRANK BELFORT IQEOGH ELMER HARDY LUTHER ELWYN GEORGE DAVIIES I JACK MCFARLAND . WILLIS DAVID STINSON STEWART BRAINARD SMITH GRATTON LAUIIER ROURKE A.B Founded in fe1?'r'r.IoII Collvge 'in 1852 CIIAPTEII' ROLL NVASIIINGTON .XXII ,IICFFICRSON COI.I.EGE ALLEGHENY COLLEGE HUCKNELL UNIVERSITY PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE DICKINSON COLLEGE FRANKLIN ANII NIARSIIALL COLLEGE LAFAYETTE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA SWARTIIIIIORE COLLEGE S'I'A'l'li COl.l.liGli OF PENNSYLVANIA DARTIVIOII'I'H COLLEGE AM H ERST COLLEGE BROXVN UNlVIiliSl'l'Y CORNELL UNlVlEliSl'I'Y SYRACUSE UNlVlil!Sl'l'Y COLIIMIIIA UNIVERSITY COLGATE UNlVliRSl'1'Y JOHNS HOPICINS UNlVliI!Sl'l'Y UNlVIil!SI'l'Y OF VIRGINIA WASHINGTON ANII LEE UNIVIIZIQSITY UNIVlERSl'I'Y OF WEST VIRGINIA VANllliRBIL'f UNIVERSITY UNlVl2RSI'I'Y OF COLORAIIO UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS OHIO VVICSLEYAN U NIVERSITY XNIT'I'I'INBURG UNIVERSITY OI-IIO STATE UNIVliRSl'I'Y CASE SGIIOOI. OF Al'l'l.lIill SCIENCE IJEPAUW UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF INIIIANA PIIRIIUE UNlVliRSI'FY NOR'I'HWlCS'1'PIliN UNIVERSITY 1JNIVERSI'l'Y OF CHICAGO UNlVIEliS1'l'Y OF ILLINOIS UNlX'lilQSl'l'Y Ol' MICIJIGAN UNlVliI!SI'l'Y UF VVISCONSIN BELOIT COI.I.I-:GE UNIVERSITY Ol: NIINNI-ZSO'I'A UNIVERSITY OE IOWA IOWA S'I'A'lAlC COLLEGE LINIVIERSITY OF MISSOURI lINlVliRSI'l'Y OF KANSAS UNlX'lERSl'I'Y OF NIEIIRASKA LIAILANIJ STANEORII, JR, UN UNIVlil!Sl'l'Y OF CALIFORNIA UNlN'ERSI'l'Y OF VVASI-IINGTO IVICRSITY N Four lIIuIII1'ed Sixly-one 1' Il 'C IQITNHIL 7 J 0 ,O W., W A LSI ,.,,. WE Ii- 4 .A gr,......'D gr l e1I'wj I EI W I 'V' .A A' " ".- 9 9,12 41 T09 A - . k. Delta Upsilon MICPI IGAN CHA1"l'liR lf.vlabli.IlIcd in 1876 FRATRES IN FACULTA TE AR1'HUR LYON CROSS, Ph. D., Harvard, 1895 HA1iIilSON MCA1.I.lS'l'lili RANDALL, Ph. D JOSEPH HO1iAC1i DIQAIQIC, Ph. D., LL. B., 1885 1893 WALTER BURTON FORD, A. M., M. D., 1898 JACOB ELLSWORTH REIGHARD, Ph. D., 1892 CLARENCE L. MEADER, Ph. D., 1891 SIDNEY FISKE IQIMBALL, A. B., M. Arch WILFRED BYRON SHAW, A. B., 1904 Harvard FRA TRES IN URBE ALBERT EMERSON GREENE, Ph. B., C. E., 1895 FRANCIS BACON, A. B., 1902 HENRY WEED NICHOLS, 1898 HARIQY MACK HAWLEY, A. B., 1915 ARTHUR WILLIAM STALKER, A. B., 1884 MER1iI'1"1' MA'f'l'ISON HAWX1-ll1liS'F, 1898 HORACIIE GREELY PRli'l"l'YMAN, A. B., 1885 GEORGE HUNTINGTON BROWN, 1884 HAROLD JULIAN VVEEKS, 1907 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE FRANCIS B. VIEIJIJER, A. B., 1916, Dclta Sigma WAYNE A. JOHNSTON, Nu Sigma Nu Delta MlE1lCHAN'F B. BOWMAN, Nu Sigma Nu BERNHARD H. V'OLI.ER'l'SliN, A. B., Rochester, CLEMENT H. MARSHALL, Nu SIgma Nu 1915 FREDERICK H. TINSMAN, A. B. 1916 1918 GEORGE EDVVARD DA KE DONALD CARR STIMSON ALAN WILSON BOYD RAYMOND PIERRE BROWN . LEE MlI1IJI.E'l'ON LIMIKERT HElQIlIEli'l' ALEXANDER GUSTIN JULIUS REGINALD ST. CI.AIR 1919 CLYDE JAMES HlCIX'l'l1 ALFRED MASKJN JAMES INGLISI-I MCCLINTOCK 1920 GEORGE EMMETT BISHOI' JOHN RANDOLPH RI-:ILLY RORERT GEORGE YIER KES MOIQGAN RAMSAY ROIIERT MCGII.I. Sl'I'l"I'LIi EDWARD LAXVRIENCE MOLONEY WILLIAM MEliI.1N BOYII DAVID BULL DICCKER 1921 Four H-Imdrcd Si.:- JACK RUSSELL GARDNER CHARLES MERRIT'f DRAIQIE ROBERT LINCOLN DRAKE PEIRCE MCT.0L1'l'T1 GEORGE ty-two JOHN WESLEY MOON. PHILIP VVICIR SCHNORIIACH WELLINGTON TANNER URCH FREDERICK VVALKIEM HOIIEWELI. MASON vw H' I F0lHIl1t'd at LVlAHilllllA' Collvgc in 1834 WILLIAMS COI.I,I-:mc UNION UN1N'liliSI'l'Y HAM1L'1'ON COLLRGII AM IfIIsRS'r COLLRGIQ WIf:S'rIcRN RIQSIQRVI: UNIVERSITY COLIN COLLEGE UNIVICRSITY OF ROCHI-:S'rIcR MllJllI.I4IIlUliY COI.I,l4:Glc BOWIIOIN COLLIQGIQ RlI'l'GEliS COI.I,IcGI-1 COI.GA'I'Ia UNlVI1IIiSl'l'Y NEW YORK UNlVliliSl'l'Y MIAMI UNlVICIlSI'l'Y BROWN UNIvERSI.'rY CORNELL UNIVERSITY MARIE'1"PA COLLEGE SYRACUSE UNlVIiliSI'l'Y UNIVERSI'1'Y OF MICHIGAN Nflli'l'HNVliS'l'IERN UNIVERSl'fY HARVARD UNIVEliS1'1'Y UNIv1sRS1'rY OF VVISCONSIN CI-IAP Tlilf ROLL LAFAYli'l"l'lC COI.I.IaGIc LIQHIGII UNIVIQRSITY COI.I,IMIIIA UNlX'I-IliSl'l'Y TUFTS' COLLIQGI: DEPAUW UNIVlEliSl'1'Y 'UNlV1:ZRSl'l'Y OF PENNSYLVANIA UNIVIIRSITY OF MlNNliSO'I'A MASSIXCllUSI'l'l"I'S INST. OF TRO:-INOLOGY SWAR'I'I-IMORIs COLLEGE LRLANII STANFORII JR., LJNIVICRSITY UNlX'IiliS1'1'Y OF CALIFORNIA MLTGII.L UNlVlillSI'l'Y UNlVIiRSI'l'Y OF NRIIRASRA UNIVliliSl'1'Y OF TORONTO UNlvIcRS1'I'v OF CHICAGO OIIIO S'I'A'1'I: UNlVIiliSl'1'Y UN1Vl2llSI'l'Y OF ILLINOIS UNlVIiliSI'l'Y OF WASI-IINGTON PIQNNSYINANIA S'I'A'rIc UNIVIEl!S1'fY IOWA S'rA'I'1a COLLIQGIQ PIIRIIIIR UNIVIQRSVIY UNIVIQRSII-v OI' INIIIANA f . I Four Hundred Sixty-lhfzrre ki! .mir m , Ig. . jg.. L 'A-'E "' sigma Chi THIETA THETA CHAPTER Establislzed in 1877 JfRATRli.S' IN FACULTATIZ FRED M. TAVI.0li, '76 HENRY C. ANDERSON, B. M. E LEWIS M. GRAM, S. B., '01 FRATRES IN URBE FIELDING H. YOST, LL. B., M. M., '97 DURAN!! W. SRRINGER, A. P., '86 PREN'r1cE P. DOUGLAS, Theta Theta, '08 OSCAR P. LAMDERT, M. M., '19 M.-xx BURN!-ZLL, A. P., '14 CARLTON J. POWERS, '19 FRA TRES IN UNIVERSITA T15 1918 CARLTON R. SAIBIN STAN1-'oRD LIEFFEN STEVENS S. CLARK PAUL M. MOORE, JR. E. DONALD W1TT HIEIRMAN J. DIELANO HURLEY G, HUST KENNETH G. BLOUGH FREDERICK J. TEBBE CHARLES E. HOIFFER EDWARD I. BENNETT Four Hundred bsxty four 1919 1920 1921 JAMES H. SHARRE BRUNER R. PENNIMAN DONALD M. SPRINGER EUGENE J. WAIT PAUL M. STIMSON LAVERNE B. STEVENS CONANT H. HA'l'CII GEORGE M. MCROB1ER'l'S KARL A. DIE'1'RlCH J. TEDFORD BACHMAN Rov E. HAMMOND "ND CHAPTER ROLL MIAIYII UNIVliRSl'1'Y OIIIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA GEORGE WASI-IINGTON UNIVERSITY WASIIINGTON ANII LEE UNIVERSITY PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY INIIIANA UNIVliRSI'l'Y DENISON UNIVIERSI'1'Y DliPAl.INV UNIVIERSI'l'Y IJICRINSON COLLEGE LAFAYETTE COLLEGE BUTLER COLLEGE HANOVER COLLICGIC UNIVIiIiSl'l'Y OF VIRGINIA NOR'l'I'IWI2S'1'liRN UNIVIERSITY HOI3Ali'l' COLLEGE UNlVliliSI'l'Y OF CALIFORNIA OIIIO STATE UNIVERSITY UNlVlCI!SI'l'Y OF NIZIIIIASIKA Blil.0l'l' COLLEGE STATE UNlVEl!SI'1'Y OF IOWA MASSAtlIllISIC'l"l'S INST. OF TECIINOLOGY ILLINOIS VVICSLI-IYAN UNlVIElISI'l'Y UNlVIiRSl'l'Y OF WISCONSIN UNlVliRS1'l'Y OF TEXAS UNlVI'IRSI'l'Y OF KANSAS TULANE UNIVIERSI'l'Y ALBION COLLEGE LIEIHIGH UNlVlCRSl'l'Y UNlVEliSl'l'Y OF MlNNIiS0'l'A UNlVlZRSI'l'Y Ol' NOR'l'H CAROLINA UNIVERSITY OF SOUTII CAROLINA CORNELL UNlVliI!Sl'I'Y PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE x7ANlIERl!IL'I' UNlVliRSl'I'Y LIELANII STANEORII JR., UNIVERSITY COLORAIIO COLLEGE WUNIVERSITY OF MON'1'ANA UNIVIZRSITY OF UTAII UNlX'l'IRSI'l'Y Ol' NlJIi'l'lI DAKOTA CASE SCHOOL OF AI'vI.II-:IJ SCIENCE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF Pl'l"l'SIlURG UNIVERSITY OF OREGON UNIVERSITY OF OIiI.TKI-IIIINIA TRINITY COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF COLORAIIO BROWN UNIVERSITY PURIIIIE UNlVlCliSl'l'Y WAIIASI-I COLLEGE CENTRAL UNlVIEliSl'l'Y OF IQENTUCKY UNIVERSI'l'Y OF CINCINNATI l3AR'l'MOU'l'lI COLLICGIC UNlVICRSl'fY OF MICIAIILQAN UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA UNlVIClISl'1'Y OF ILLINOIS - S'I'A'I'lQ UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSI'l'Y COLUMBIA UNlVIERSl1'Y UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI UN1VERS1'fY OF CI-IICAGO UNIVERSITY OF MAINFI WASHINGTON UNIVERS1'l'Y UNIVPIRSl'l'Y OF PENNSYLVANIA SYIIACUSE UNIVERSI'l'Y UNIVIERSI'1'Y OF ARKANSAS Four Hundred Sixty-five - 'YA .PJ - Rf, vfx 'ju , 2 x 'lr I it 'l f Phi Delta Theta MICI-IIGAN ALI'HA CHAPTER Extalzlixlrcd in 1864. Rv-vstablislzed in 1887 FRA TRES IN FACULTA TE HENRY A. SANIIERS, Ph. D. CHARLES W. EIIMUNIIS, A. B., EDWARD D. JONES, Ph. D. ERMINE C. CASE, Ph. D. EARL V. MOORIE, A. B. Fl?ATRE.S' IN URBIE BENJAMIN S. MOTTER LESLIE C. TAYLOR ATHOL B. THOMIISON STANHOPE T. FLOURNAY FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Q V 1918 STEPHEN G. PRATT ' ELMORE S. PETTYJOHN 1919 EUGENE F. STERE'I'EE FRANK FREEMAN HARRY J. MACIC DONALD P. YERKES JAMI-:S D. BONII 1920 MORRISON W. SCHOEIELII WILLIAM G. BAIIE DANIEL K. MESSNIEIZ KARL H. VELIIE WILLIAM ISHAM, JR. ROBERT M. HELLER FRANCIS H. CASE RUSSELL BARNES KENNE'l'H D. BOND DONALIJ R. TEAL 1921 HARRY E. BLEICH JOSEPH R. GEIIHART RICHARD G. MARSHALL FRANI: H. HOI.M12S Four Hundred SIxty-six GEORGE C. PRATHER ROBERT P. TEAL ' H. EVAN WILLIAMS, JR. JOHN HENRY M.D I IWW. N, . -..,,.,. -N., +- -rn -f. gl I I , , 1'xlJIHIl1't'd al Miami ljllI'Z'I'I'.fIfj' Ill 18-IS C'l'lAl'TliR ROLL MIAAII 'UNIVI-:RsI'I'v INIIIANA UNIvIf:IzsI'IY CIcN'I'RAI. UNIvIaRsI'I'v VVAIIASII COI.I.IsI:Ic UNIVEIiSI'l'Y OI' XIVISCONSIN BI,I'I'I.IaR COI.I.IcI:Ia OHIO VVESLICVAN UNlVl'IIiSl'l'Y FRANKLIN COI.I.IcI:I-: HANOVIQR COI.I.If:GIc UNIV!-ZIlSI'I'Y OI-' MICIIIIIAN UNlV'l'1l!Sl'1'Y 01" CI-IICAOO DI':I'.xIIW UNIvIcRsI'I'v OHIO UNIVI-:RsI'I'v , UNlVIiRSI'I'Y OF MISSOURI KNOX COLLICIIIC UNlVIiRSI'l'Y OI-' GIQOROIA EMORY COLLIEIIII: IOWA VV IQSLI-:VAN COLI.1-:III-1 MIQRCIQR UNIvIcRsI'I'v CORNIQLL UNIX'l42Y!SI'I'Y LA FA Y Ic'I"I'II: U N IvIcRsI'I'v UNIX'liIlSI'I'Y OI-' CAI.IIfORNIA UNIvIcRsI'I'v OI-' VIRGINIA RANIJOLIII-1-MACON COLLIQIQII: UNIvI':RsI'rY OF NICIIIIASIQA PENNSYLVANIA COI,I.I-:calc NA',ASlllNG'I'0N ANII JIeIfI-IQRSON COI.I.I-:III-2 XfYANlllCRI3Il.'I' LINIVERSITY UNlVliIiSl'l'Y OII ALAIIAIII A LOIII Il.-XRII COLLIQIIIQ ALABAMA IJ0I.Y'I'liCll N II' INs'I'I'I'I I'I'I': AI.LI:O IIIQNY COI.I.IacIa UNIVI-:RsI'I'v OF VERMONT DIKTKINSON COLLIcGIz VVASIIIIURN COI,I.I-:III-1 UNIVERSITY OIf NOR'I'II lJARO'I'.x COLORADO COLLI-:OIC LIIIIIIII-I UNIvIcRsI'I'Y UN1VliIiSl'l'Y OI' U'I'AII IOWA S'I'A'l'lC COI.I.I:uI-1 WIQSTM I Ns'I'IcR COI.I.I1:I:I-1 UNIVliIiSl'l'Y OIQ' MINNI-:sO'I'A UNIvIaRsI'rv OI' IOWA UNIvIaRsI'I'v OF IQANSAS UNIvI4:RsI'I'v OII' 'l'IIli SOIv'I'II OHIO S'I'A'I'Ia UNIvI-:RsI'I'v UNIVlEI!Sl'l'Y OII' TIQNAS UNlVlCliSI'I'Y OII I'I:NNsvI.vANIA UN ION COI.LIccII-: COLBV COI.I.IcGI: COIAIIIIIIIIA UNlX'lil!SI'I'X" LJAR'l'MOU'I'H C0l.l.lCGl'1 UNIvI4:RsI'I'v OF NOR'rII CAROLINA VVILLIAMS COI.I,I4:::Ic SOII'I'IIWIcs'I'IcRN UNIvI4:RsI'I'v SYRACIISII UNIVliIiSI'l'Y VVAsI'IINc:'I'ON ANII LI-:Is UNIvIiRSI'I'Y A M H IcRs'I' COI.I.I4:I :I-: HROVVN U NIvIcRsI'I v TULANIQ LINIVIERSITY VVAS I-I I Nc:'I'ON U N IVlCRt1I'I'Y LI-LLANII STANITORII bl R., UNIVI-:RSITY PIIRIIUIQ UNlVICliSl'l'Y UNIvIcRsI'rv OII ILLINOIS CASIQ SCHOOL OII AI-I'I.II-:II SOIIQNCIQ UNIvIcRsI'I'v OIF CINCINNATI UNIvI4:RsI'I'v OI-' WASHINIITON KI1:N'I'I,IcIiY S'I'A'l'lE COLI.IcI:Ic Mi'Gll.l. UNIvI-:RsI'I'v UNlVlEliSI'l'Y OF COLORAIIO LIICORGIA SCIIOOL Ol' 'ITIQCII NULOGY PIQNNSYLVANIA S'I'A'I'Ic COI.I.I-:me UNIvIcRsI'I'v OF 'l'ORON'I'O UNIvIeRSI'I'v OI-' SOIIIII lJARO'I'.x UNIvIcRsI'I'v OF IIWXIIO UNIvI2RsI'I'v Ulf f,RliflUN DI-:NIS-ON UNIVI-:RsI'I'x' XVII I'I'III A N CfOI.I.I-:z:Ii Four IIII Ilflrvli Sixty-.u":JeaI 5 -R U Y N-cf' I " A . SD. xl -:f4,.J -, , . , , 5.5. lv, ,.., '.1 5"' W My , + I E ' ' . . ,fv . , Q, fs 5 a q,'?qv'lNi 3 114. .gf Y ' 'VAVI1 5 'ff' 4' Kzfir- M Qu If """N-A " --NN --'Mi J Sigma Alpha Epsilon NIICHIGAN I0'l'A BETA CHAPTER FRA TRES IN FACULTATE JOHN J. Cox, B. S., C. E. RoscoE C. GORE, B. S. O'I"ro H. HANS JOSEPH R. IJARNALL FRED W. BECKER HUGO E. BRAUN G. BUELL PEARSON HARRY P. BENNETT GERALD F. NYE DONALD A. BAILEY M. PAUL FLETCHER WILLIAM A. LIEITZINGER EUGENE B. VERNOU HUGH F. BENSON BOYD H. LOGAN Four Hundred Ssxty-eight FRA TRES IN URBE C. E. BIRD PAUL M. IRELAND ACTIVE CHAPTER RAYMOND M. LANOLEY THOMAS C. GARRE'r'r FERDINAND C. BELL JAMES W. HALFIIILL, JR JOHN A. WARD DEWEY F. FAGERBURG LUTHER L. HICKMAN WARREN C. PARMENTER JOHN E. DUF'1'0N PERRY M. HOBBS KENDRICK L. KIMBALL IIUIIIIIIVII lil IIII' UIIif'I'r.vily of .flflllllllllfl lull 18.76 C'Il.fIl'Tlilf ROLI. UNIVl'1RSl'I'Y OF MAINIII BOSTON UNIVICRSITY xi..-XSSACIIUSl'I'l"I'S INST. Ol? TECIINOLOGY ISIARVARD UNIVERSITY XMORLTI-2S'I'l-IR I'OI.Y'I'I-:CI I N II' I N S'I'ITI'TI U.-XR'I'IXl0U'I'll COI.I.I-:GI-3 NISW HA AI I-SII IRE COLT.:-:GE CORNELL UNIVERSITY COLUIIIIIIA UNIVliRSI'l'Y ST. S'l'l'2l'l'l ENS COI.I.I-:GE SYRACUSIE UNIVERSITY V ALI.liGl'IliNY COLLICGIC DICKINSON COLLEGE PENNSYLVANIA S'l'A'I'lC COLLEGE BUCKNIZLL UNlVlil!SI'I'V GlC'I"I'YSl3URG COLLEGE IINIVICRSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA UN1VIiliSI'I'Y OF Pl'l"I'SIlURG GEORGE NVAS1-lINli'I'ON UNlVIiliSl'1'Y UNlN'liliSl'I'Y OF NOli'I'1'l CAROLINA DAVIIISON COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF VIIQGINIA WASIIINGTON ANII LEE UNIVl'IIlSl'1'Y NfJIl'1'I-IWES'fEliN UN1VICIiSl'l'Y UNIVliliSI'1'Y OF ILLINOIS UNlN'lCliSl'1'Y OF CIIICAGO NIILLI REN UNIVlERSI'l'Y FRANKLIN COLLEGE PURIIUE UNIVERSITY UNIVIERSITY OF INDIANA ADRIAN COLLEGE 'UNIVliRSl'I'Y OF MlCl'IIGAN UNlVI'IliSl'l'Y OF MlNNlCSCl'I'A MT, UNION COLLEGE OI-IIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI KDHIO S'l'A'l'Ii UNIVlEliSI'1'Y CASE SCHOOL OF AIIELIEII SCIENCE UNIVIERSITY OF WISCONSIN BELOIT COLLEGE IINIVICRSITY OF ALAIIAIVIA SOIITIII-:RN LTNIXl'1RSI'l'Y ALAIIAIIIA I'OI,v'I'I-:CIINIC lNS'I'l'l'U'l'lE UN IVERSITY OE FLORI IIA L,NIVl'IRSl'I'Y OE GEORGIA MERCER UNIVERSITY ISMORY COI.I.EGE GEORGIA SCIIOOL Ol' TECIINOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF .ARKANSAS UN IVIQRSITY OF IOWA IOWA STATIC COLLEGE LINIVI-1RSI'l'Y OE IQANSAS IQANSAS S'l'A'l'li COI,l.liGl-I LINIVICRSITY Ol' MISSOURI VVASIIINGTON UNIVERSITY UNIVl'1liSI'l'Y 01" Nl'IllIlASliA UN1VlCliS1'l'Y OF SOUTII IDAKOTA UNIVIERSITY OF COLORADO UNIVl'ZliSl'I'V OF DENVER COLORAIIO SCI-IOOI. OF MINICS COLORAIIO IXGRICULTURAI. C0l.I.I'IGli UNIVliliSl'I'Y OF WYOMING LOUISIANA S'l'A'l'li UNIVIiliSl'l'Y TULANIC UNIVIERSITY UNIVIiIiSI'l'Y OF OKLAI-IOMA UNIXVl2IiS1'l'Y OF TIEXAS CENTRAL UNIVERSITY BETHEL COLLEGE KEN'1'UC1CY STATE UNlVICliSl'I'Y SOUTHWESTERN PRESl!Y'l'liRIAN UNIV CUMBERLAND UNIVERSITY VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE UNIVERSITY OF TI-IE SOUTH UNION UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF AIIIZONA LELANII STANFORD JR., UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF CALIEORNIA UNIVERSITY OF NIEVAIJA OREGON STATE COLLEGE UNlVlillSl'I'Y Ol' WASIIINGTON VVASIIINGTON STATIC COLLEGE Four Ilmldocd SMH mur f ,fy R ' fi ' 3. j,Ex1"sifj I .?'a76'- 516 ' 1 Q1 gf. Q, rx rx gait 1 P .. if SAX Q '.o'iX"t '1 .....,,. L.. ,f H! Ak lx.-X: Theta Delta Chi GAMMA IJEUTISRON CHARGE E.vlabl'isl1cd in 1889 FRATRES IN URBE ' W. H. BUTLER, Ph. B., LL. B., 1891 EDWARD D. WARNER, LL. B HARVEY F. CORNWELL, A.. B., 1912 HARRY MCCLIIRIC, 1904 HARIIY REMPEL WASSON HOWARD H. HEI-'FRDN VVILLARIJ H. Dow FRANK D. PEASIE CI'I1'ISSliR M. CAIIIREELL CLAYTON S. SIIDEMARER EUGENE ELZINGER J. R. STINSON L. VVEAVER NV. NU'1"l'EN E. COWELL 1.. BANNON Four Hundred Seventy FKA TRES IN UNIVERSITA TE RONALD A. BUTLER, A. B., 1916 1918 PA'roN C. STEPHEN 1919 1920 1921 CHARLES Y. OSDURN ROBERT C. PATTERSON PAUL E. CARRICK WILLIAM G. BooTI-I IQUSSELL H. DANIELS GUY S. SHOEMAKER B. BooTIIuv W. H. JOHNSTONIZ F. THOMPSON W. WILSON D. S'l'RAT'1'0N Blfrix . . . GAM MA IJIQUTIERON DlsI.'rA IJICUTICRON . EPSILON . . ZETA . . . ZETA D1cU'1'lcuoN . ETA . . . ETA Dl'IU'l'Iil!GN . T I-I ETA DlaU'r1aRoN Io'rA iDlilI'l'l2RON . lifxvinx . . KAPPA iDlill'l'lElt0N. LAMHA IJIZUTERON MU DliU'rE1zoN . NU . . . NU DlcU'r1zuoN . Xl . . . X1 DEII'l'EliON . Omicnon DIEUTIQRON Pr DlilJ'l'liI!ON . Rno DlEU'l'ERON . SIGMA IDICUTERON . TMI 'DIEUTERON . Pm . . . Pm DlELl'l'Eli0N . Cm . . . Cnr DEU'l'El!0N . Psi . . Fmmdvd at Union College in 1847 CHAPTER ROLL Cornell University Unive1'sity of Michigan University of California College of VVilliam and Mary Brown University McGill University Bowdoin University Stanford University Massachusetts Inst. of Technology XfVilliams College Tufts College University of Illinois University of VVashington Amherst College University of Virginia Lehigh University Hobart College University of Toronto Dartmouth College College of the City of New York Columbia University University of VViseonsin University ol' Minnesota Lafayette College University of Pennsylvania University of Rochester George VVasl1ington University Hamilton College Four Hn ndrml Smfeuly-one ROBERT M. ALLAN EDWARD C. DAv1s JOSEPH L. BAKER E. Lxzvrs EnwARns WILLIAM H. WIRT Four Hundred Saw-11ty-two q, .5'1e:a:oi6. , 5 Q c n 1 .15 'K ,f....1.., - ,...-...-., V Q ,,.. X J 3, ,IY 'I' u.fI ff Icy. ., Ig .mfr :'- -1 ff sg 154, ., . fy fr!-I X ' Jffv' , 2: 'I ' I f 'L :Dx -..' w..,2 my. Law .N ,:"- A V' L, wf..h' , 6 .V , V 7'-'41, A ', J -w., rv .qezfgy . t fx, V H wi, 'M Delta Chi Exlalllislzcd in 1892 CHAPTER ROLL LESTIQR S. LURINS E. VIC'l'0Ii IRVINE LEMAR S. DOYLE BENJAMIN W. WINTER SANFORD R. MCCAREN HARRY S. GUNN N I Founded at Cornell U1Li'z1ersity in 1890 CORNELL UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA NEW YORK UNIVERSITY DICKINSON CHICAGO-KENT UNIVERSITY OF BUFFALO OSGOODE HALL SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA CHAPTER ROLL UNION UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY UNIVEIiS1'l'Y OF PENNSYLVANIA UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA LELANIJ STANFORD JR., UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY UNIVERSI'fY UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF UNIVERSITY OF IQENTUCKY TEXAS WASHINGTON NEBRASKA SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA IowA Four Humlrrri .S'1-'ucnty-thru ,S LW727 I ,I +I vo X I I5 f QQQA xl! ,uf Wy! fl :E-ff '41, Kappa Sigma AL1'HA ZETA CI-IA1"1'liR Established in 1892 FRA TRES IN FA CUL TA TE FRANK HOWAIID STEVENS, B. S. PERRY AUGUSTUS FELLOWS, M. S. W. FREDERICK PETERSON, A. M. ROBERT PRICE RUSSELL, A. B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE DONALD MANLY MORIIILL, Nu Sigma Nu JOSEPH PALMA, Nu SigII1a Nu MAURICE CLARK MILLER, Nu Sigma Nu FRANK SIDNEY KREBIER, A. B., Ph ELMER CLARENCE SCHACHT WALDO MCCU1'CHEON MCKEE .EDGAR WARREN MIERANDA ELTON EWART WIEMAN CLIFFORD MAURICE SPARKS BASTIAN RUSSELL DYOOGE WERNER WILLIAM DUEMLING LAWRENCE BASSETT SCHNEIDER WILLIAM RONALD FRAZER VAIQNIIINT FRED J. PETTY LEGRAND ABNER GAINES, JR. ALBERT EDWIN HITCHCOCK RICHARD CHURCHILL TRAVIS EARL HOWARD JUERS HAROLD ALEXANDER DAUGHERTY Four Hfundrrd SL"UL'1lfy-f0lH' 1918 1919 1920 BERT S1 1921 HAROLD ZRICHE ROEHM . RUDOLPH CLEMEN'r GERMANSON DAVIS DOUTHETT BOVAIRD JOSEPH HENRY MICHAEL BRODER HOWARD BENNETT ME'FTEL ' SIMPSON CHARLES LEONARD, JR. JOSEPH VINCENT TRACY JARL EVERT LARSON WILLIAM PETER FORTUNE, JR. 'EINBAUGI-I FRANKLIN BROKAW HETTINGER DONALD JAMES PORTER EDWIN GLADSTONE BOVILLE GEORGE HOWARD WALDOCK RUSSEL STANLEY WILLIAMS LEE MACKIE WOODRUFF i Dglta Phl ICK, J 'rv' I'-0lllIl1l'd nl l741it'z'1'.x'ily of lfffglrllill in J867' CHAPTER ROLL UNlVl'IliSl'I'X' Ulf XZIRGINIA UNIVI-:Rs1'rv OF .'Xl..'XIlA MA '1'mN1'rY Com.:-zczlc NX'As1llNm'oN ANI! I.:-:I-1 Ifxlvlclesvrv or M.xleY1.ANn Mlcreclcu UNIV!-:usrrv X'7ANllliRIlIl.'l' UNlYliRSI'I'Y LTNlVliRSI'I'Y or-' 'I'l-:NNlcsslc1c I .A Ii 1-2 If'om-is'l' UN1vl-:lesrrv S. NV. I'lucslsv'rl':lu.xN UNIVICRSITY UNIVl'lIiSI'l'Y OF 'rm-1 SOIYTII HfXh1l1IiN-SIIINI-IY Col.I.l-11:15 Uxlvlcleslwv OF Tl-:XAS Pulmulc UNlVlCl!Sl'l'X' LTNIX'lCRSl'I'Y 01-' MAIN:-3 S0l"l'llXVI'IS'I'lCRN UNIVICRSITY LOUISIANA ST.-x'rl-1 LINlv1cusl'rY lTNIVI'IRSl'I'Y OI4' 1Nn1AxA ClYMRI'IRl.ANIl UNIV:-:usrrv Swfxwrn mom-1 Com.:-:cal-1 R.-xNl:m.vu-IVIACUN f1OI.l.ICI1li 'l'1'1..xN1i UNIV:-:l:s1'rv XVu.1.l.xM .mn IVIARY Col.l.l-:ul-2 17NIYI'1RSI'l'Y mf Anus.-xNs.xs Iyxxvlllsox Col.l.l-:mc .UNIVI-IRSITY mf I1.1.1N0ls 1'lcNxsx'l,x'.xNu.x S'r.x'rz-: COI.l.lCillC UNlN'l'1llSl'I'X' UF MICHIGAN Glcoluzl-3 W'Asu I Ncrrrm LTNIVI-1RSI'I'Y CoRN1a1.1, UN1v1clesl'rv UNlv1cRsl'rv on-' PIQNNSYINANI.-x UNlVI'IliSI'l'X" mf VYICRMONW' UN1v1cles1'rv OF Nosvru C.xlm1.lN.x NVABASII Co1,l.l4:c:1-: BOVVIIOIN Cm.1.l41c:l-1 CDHIO S'rA'1'lQ UNIVl'IRSl'l'Y GEORGIA S'l'A'1'lc l,TNlVliRSI'I'Y NfIl.l.SAl'S Co1.1,1cc:rc Buclixl-11.1. L'N1x'l-zlesvm' Wl1.1.m M JICNVl'Zl.l. Cm.1.l-:ul-1 BROWN UNIVI-zlcsrrx' R1ulrMoNn C0I.1.l4:c:r: NVASII lNm'oN ANI! 11111-'lfl-:RSON MISSfJlIliI S'l'A'I'l-I UNIXfliliS'l'I'Y UN1vl4:Rsl'1'v mf WISUJNSIN S'1'.'xNlf0Rn UNlx'l':l:sl'1'v A1..'xlx.1xM.x l'm.v'1'lccl1xrc INS'I'I'I'lVI'I5 l.l-:Imam Uxlvlcleslw' Nl-:xv I'l.xMl-sullalc S'r.'x'r1-1 Col.l.1cr:E UNIVIiRSI'I'Y ol-' Cilcumzm K1cN'1'l1c'lw S'I'A'I'l'I Col.1.l-:cal-2 UNIV!-:lesrrv on-' lNfl1NNlcso'm '7Nlx'lcleeuuv rw Cf.xl.llfmzN1.x UNIV:-:nslw OF IDIQNVI-:le IJICIQINSON Cfrn.1.1-:calc UNlx'lc1zsl'1'Y ul-' low.'x XY.'XSIIING'I40N UNlVl'IRSI'I'Y, Mu. IMNI-:iz UNlVl'IRSI'I'Y Ncmlwll CLxlml.1N.x A. .mn M. Colnccslz Cfxsl-1 SCIHJOI. or-' .f'Xl'l'l.1r-in SCIENCE UNIV!-IRSI'I'Y or-' XN'.xs1l1Nc:'mN NIISSUURI SCIIOUI. mf RIINICS C'u1.mml:0 Colm-14:1-: UNIV:-1lzsl'l'v ol-' Omiezox UNlvlil:sl'l'Y mf' CII lcxxrao ffm.rmAl:o SCI-mol. on-' NIINICS h'I,XSSAL'IIl7SIi'I"I'S S'u'.fx'rl': CTm.1.lcc:1c Nlcw Yom: UNIV:-zlcswv IMl:'1'mu1w'1'l1 Uxlvl-zlcsrrv I'1ARVAllIi Uxm-1lesVl'Y LvNIVIiRSI'l'Y rw llmllu lIxlvlc1zsl'1'Y OF O1u..xl1om.x WASH lmwmx S'I'A'l'I'I Cfol.l.lcf:lc Imxwx S'l'A'I'I'I LYN1vr:us1'l'v SYR.'XL'lTSl'I UNIVI-:us1'rv NN.xs1lmvlzN Co1.1.1cr:1-: INCNISON UNM-:lesx'l'Y lTNlVlCRSl'l'Y or-' INZJX N315 UNlVlCliSl'l'Y OI" :NEBRASKA lfmu' llnndrrd Smwxty-five EARL S. SPEAR NNW k y I .P 1415 ' ' -Y ' 4 . . '- . ' A' ,Lily I I ' 513 Q I " VI" .' : JN. WI 1' .IIE .. I L- " ' 5. . Q 'f u -. , I ' 'U ...J--?.v I-L ., LI Sigma Nu GAMMA NI' Cl1.X1"I'l'IR Establislmd in 1902 17RATlfl5.S' IA" Ulflflf RO::EII'r A. IQICIU1 ROLAND lilillli FRA TRIYS IN UNI V1fR,S'l TA Tlf PA I'I. NY. S'l'lCIi1.SM1'I' I-I AC"l'll"l? CHAPTER 1918 v JAMES SCI-IERMERHORN, IR. GEORGE VV. MYERS VVALTICR S. ROGERS ROLAND F. MIEIQNIEIK HAROLD F. ROBINSON HARRY A. VVIELLFORII 1919 fXR'I'l'1MUS G. PICKARD EARL F. GANSIIOW JAMES H. CLARKE, JR. JAMES M. BAILEY A 1920 H. LESLIE Pom' DAVIS A. 'Dll-'lfliN1JliRFI'IR H. CORNELL SMITII HAROLD M. DONALDSON H. HA1!'l' ANDERSON RODER1' E. ARMS'I'RONc:, JR PERCY I. QUAKENDUSH LOUIS J. SCHINDLER 1921 I'IliNRY B. SAEEORD XNADIE P. CONNELL HAROLD S. SMITH CHASE O. CUREN ALAN R, BAILEY RALPH A. HAMMEIK JOI-IN FINLEY FRIEIJERICK S. FLE'I'cHER ALFRED H. RANDALL Four Hundred Sevnzty-six HAROLD HAD' ERNEST C. KIIRRIE 0 -'re' f'i0ltlIdI'd at lf'i1'gIuiri Ilflililary llzslilifte in 1869 Virginia Military Institute University of Virginia Bethany College Mercer University University of Alabama Howard College North Georgia Agric. College NfVashington and Lee Univ. University of Georgia Kansas State University limory College Lehigh University University of Missouri Vanderbilt University University of Texas Louisiana State University University of North Carolina De Pauw University Purdue 'University University of Indiana Alabama Polytechnic Institute Mt. Union College Kansas State College Iowa State University Ohio State University VVilliam Jewell College C,'HAl'7'liR ROLL University of Pennsylvania University of Vermont N. Carolina :rid A. M. College Rose Polytechnic Institute Tulane University Leland Stanford University University of California Brown University Georgia School of Technology Northwestern University Colorado Agricultural College Albion College Stevens Inst. of Technology Lafayette College University of Oregon Colorado School of Mines Cornell University State University ol? Kentucky University of Colorado University of Wisconsin University of Illinois University of Michigan Missouri School of Mines Washington University University of West Virginia ALUMNI CHAPTERS University of Chicago Iowa State College University of Minnesota University ot Arkansas University of Montana University of XA!ZlSlllllgt0ll Syracuse University Case School ot App. Science Dartmouth College Columbia University Pennsylvania State College University of Oklahoma VVestern Reserve University University of Nebraska Lombard College . State College of Washington Delaware College Stetson University Unive1'sity of Maine University of Nevada University of Idaho George Washington University Carnegie Inst. of Technology Colgate University Oregon Agricultural College Maryland State College Brewton Atlanta Minneapolis Chehalis, NV11Sl1. Pittsburg Birmingham Augusta St. Louis Cleveland Providence Montgomery Chicago Baltimore Columbus Salt Lake City Los Angeles Galesburg Omaha Portland, Orc. Spokane Denver Des Moines New York Muskogee, Okla Seattle Wilmiiigtori, Del. New Orleans Buffalo Oklahoma City Tampa Boston Wilmington, N. C. Panama D. de P. Savannah Detroit Akron, O. Philadelphia Four llnmirml Seventy :wen IX . "dvi 1221112-' UKRFEI' Phi Gamma Delta AL1'11A P111 Cl-IAl"1'1iR Exlablislzrcd in 1885. Re-cstablixlwd in 1902 FRATRES IN FACULTATE HERBERT CHARLES SA11LER, Sc. D. HENRY EARLE RIGGS, A. B., C. E. ALFRED SCOTT WAR'1'H1N, Ph. D., M. D. ALEXANDER Z1wE'1', C. E. EDSON READ SUN1wERLAN11, A. M., LL. B. FRANCIS LEE DEWEY GOo11R1c1-1, A. B., B. S JOHN CASTLERIEAGH PARKER, A. M., C. 11. SHIRLEY WHEELER SMITH, A. M. ' JAMES BARKLEY POLLOCK, Sc. D. MOIQIQIS PALMER T11.LEv, Ph. D. FRA TRES IN URBE LLOv1u C. DOUGLAS, A. B., D. D. S'rUAR'1' EAGLIESON, A. B. SA11111E1. AONEW Rmczs, A. B. FRA TRES IN UNI VIZRSITA T15 . AI.1il4lIi'l' ICAR1. S'1'O1.1., Phi Delta Phi ' J. L. DR1SCOL1. J. H. EMIERY A. E. Z101.11R H. R. COSS1'1"1' B. M. E. LA x In R. C. SM1'1'1-1 C. G. PA'1"1'1-QRSON G. B. Rllil-IR B. N. LO1111ELL W1 1.1.15 BLA KESLE1-3 'l'. L. BURKHo1.11ER C. G. VVETZIEL THOMAS OUTLAN11 MliliI.IC JOHNSON Four II11r11l1'cd Seventy-eight GLEN N ALLEN HOWLAN 11, ' Phi 1918 1 R. M. WOORWARI1 1919 1 H. S. TRUEMAN N. B. BAR'1'z R. J. McCA111:1-1Ev R.. F111.1.ER'1'ON . . 1920 J. VV. BA1LExj J. A. ROLLS A W. B. VVEA'1'11ERS J. S. PICRRIN ' W. E. Fl'l'ZGIiRA1.ll D. H. 13110141511 1921 I R. D. M1'Al.l.lS'l'IE1i C. P. BOv11E1.1. ' JOHN T11O1x1AS, LoU1S JENKS Delta P111 Fozmdcd at lfVa.vlIi1Igl0II and Jl3g.4'l'.Y01I in IRIN VVASI-lING'l'0N ANII JEFFIEICSON COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA DEPAUW UNIVERSITY PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA ALLEGIYIENY COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF I'ITTsIIURGII HANOVER COLLEGE WAIIASII COLLEGE COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNlVlEI!S1'I'3f KNOX COLLEGE VVASIIINGTON ANII LEE UNIVliliSI'I'Y OI-IIO VVESLEYAN UNIVERSITY INIIIANA UNIVERSITY YALE UN1VEliS1'I'Y NVESTISRN RESERVE 'UNIVICRSITY OI-IIO STATE UN1N'liIlSI'I'Y VVILLIAMS COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAFAYET'I'Ii, INIIIANA INIIIANAPOLIS, INIIIANA CI-IICAGO, ILLINOIS NEW YORK, NEW YORK PITTSBURGII, PENNSYLVANIA :DENVER COLORAIIO TOLEIIO, OHIO SEATTLE, VVASIIINGTON LINCOLN, NIEBIIASICA ZDAYTON, OIIIO IDIE'l'ROI'I', MIC1'IIGAN CINCINNATI, OI-IIO ACTIVE CHAPTER ROLL AIYIHI41liS'1' COLLEGE TRINITY COLLICGE UNION 'UNIVICRSITY UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN STANEORII UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY OF NIEIXIIASICA LINIVICRSITY OF MISSOURI 'UNIVERSITY OF MAINE VVASII INGTON STA'l'l'1 UN IX'lCRSl'I'Y DARTRIOUTII COLIIICGIE 'UNlVIiRSI'l'Y OF SYRACIISE PURIIIIE UNIVIiI2SI'l'Y BROXVN UNIVERSITY T.INIVICRSl'l'Y OE CIIICAGO IOWA S'1fA'1'Ii COLLEGE COLORAIIO COLLEGE UNIVl'IliSI'l'Y OF OREGON UNIVlCliSI'l'Y OE COLORAIIO .UNIVIEIlSl'l'Y OF OKLAIIOIYIA GRADUATE CHAPTERS O'KI,AI'IOIxIA CITY, CUKLAIIOMA IJALLAS, TEXAS BUEEALO, NEW YORK PEORIA, ILLINOIS SAN AN'1'0N1O, TEXAS IXI.LEN'l'0XVN, PENNSYLVANIA SAN FRANCISCO, C.AI.ll'0RNlA CLICVICLANIJ, OI-IIO ST. LOUIS, MISSOIJIQI OLIYFONVN, MAINIS PIIIIIAIIICLPIIIA, PENNSYLVANIA UN1VIEliS1'1'Y OF ICANSAS BUCKNELL UNlVl'IIiS1'fY LAFAYE'l"l'lC COLLEGE UN1VEllS1.'1'Y OF TEXAS WITTENIIERG COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF MICI-IIGAN DENISON UNIVlEl!SI'1'Y UNIVERSITY OF CALIEORNIA XIVILLIAM ,IEWI-:LL COLLEGE LEI-IIGTI COLLICGH COLGATE UN IVERSITY PENNSYLVANIA S'l'A'l'lE COLLLLL CORNELL UNIVIiliS1'I'Y AIASSACIIUSI-2'I"l'S INST. OE TII IINOI U4 Y UNIVERSITY OF MINNIiS0'l'A RICIIMONII COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE WORCESTER POLYTICCIINIC INSIIIU II: JOIINS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY NEW YOR K U N IV ICRSITY JOSEI-II, MISSOURI Sl'R1NGlflICl,I1, fJlIl0 DES MOINES, IOWA IQNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE RICI-IIIIONII, VIIQIIINIIN IQANSAS CITY, :NIISSOURI COLUMIIUS, OIIIO N IEXVARK, NEW -IICRSICY ALIIANY, NI-INN' YORK MAIIISON, NVISCONSIN PORTLANII, OREGON LOS ANGELES, CALIEORNIA lfnur IIIIIIIIITII SI IIIM ll Four Ilundrad Eighty Qhi.-- J N A I I Q Q9X f a,R, szlfpo 6X Sinfonia PIII MU ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER li.ItaIJ1i.vIu'd in 1902 IIONORARV IUIiMBEl?.S' DAVID BISPHAM F. W. KEI.SliY FREDER IC K STOCK FRA TRES' IN FACULTA T15 WALTER F. COLIIY TI-IEODORE HARRISON ALBERT LOCKWOOD SAMUEL P. LOCKWOOD FRA TRES IN URBE LIQVI D. WINES CHARLES A. SINK EARL V. MOOIQE OTTO J. STAHL ALBERT A. STANLEY ANTHONY I. WHITMIRE ROBIiIl'l' A. CAMPBELL ALAN A. DUIILEY FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE FRANK A. TADER 1918 JAMES F. MUMMERY WALTER C. ROBERTS NVOLDEMAR F. SCHREIBER 1919 WILSON J. ICELLAR J. ELLSWORTII ROBINSON VERNON LANCASTER RICHARD D. SMITH 1920 SAMUEL S. ASHBOLT DAVID D. NASH CARL O. BARTON KUR'1' OPI-ERMAN GEORGE N. EARLE KARL F. RINDELHARDT ORVILLE E. GATES HUGH D. REED ROBERT R. DlE'f1iRLE LAWRENCE M. RUTZ 1921 RONALD F. MILLER EDWARD J. NVICST, JR. 'ALPHA BETA . DELTA . EPSILON ZETA . ETA . Io'rA . MU . N U . X1 . O M ICRON PI . Founded in 1898 CHAPTER ROLL New England Conservatory, Boston, Mass. Combs Broad Street Conservatory, Phil Ithaca Conservatory, Ithaca, N. Y. University School of Music, Ann Arbor University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. adelphia, Pa. , Mich. Cincinnati College of Music, Cincinnati, Ohio. Northwestern University School of Music, Evanston, Ill. School of Fine Arts, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla. Denison University Conservatory of Music, Granville, Ohio. University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan. Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Cinc Simpson College, Indiauola, Iowa. innati, Ohio. Four lluudrcd Eighty-one A ,wb .. x6 ru L7x,Q?: NP Alpha. Tau Omega BETA LAMIIA CHAPTER Established 1888. Re-established 1904 FRATRIZS IN FACULTATE U. B. PHILLIPS, A. B., A. M., P11. D. VV. R. HUMI-IIIIEYS, A. M. FRA 776155 IN UNllf'l5R.S'l7'fl TE ' JOHN P. CAEFEY, A. B. Nu Sigma Nu GERALD H. CLARK, Phi Rho Sigma LEWIS M. JAMES, Delta Sigma Delta DEFOIIESI' W. BIICIQMASTEII, Nu Sigma Nu WALTEII l-I. 1'IO'l'CI1KlSS, Phi Rho Sigma 1918 C. BIJIITON BAIINARD ROBERT A. KIMEEIILEY WILLIAM F. GUINAN FRANCIS J. FOLEY JOHN A. Kll0lI'1' 1919 FIIIQIIIIIIICIQ T. ScHU'I'T TINSLEY R. HARRISON PIIILLII' G. MACIJIIEIIIIQ - 1920 P. S'I'EWAI1'I' NIi1i'l'NEY FRANK VV. BRI'1"l'0N AUISIIICY H. DOMAN 1921 JOHN E. FOLEY EDNVIN L. WILLIAMS V. K. BELLIIOSE C. VINCENT KIIOIVI' GIcOIac:E NVILLI III' H u Hl1I'1'll liighfy A M LIPSCOM Is 1:0lHIdl'd al Riclznmnd, I-'i1'ginia, 1865 UN1X'liIiSl'I'Y or If1,omn,x UN1v1alesl'rv ol-' G1-:omzm EMORY Com.:-24:15 MERCICIQ UNIV!-IRSITY Glaolacam Scuoor. ov T1-14: UN1v1cus1'rY ov ILLINOIS UN1vlc1es1'rv OF Culmczo Rosy-1 Pm.Y'rlcc1lN1c 1NS'I'I'l'lT'l'I Pulumm-1 UNWI-:us1'1'Y ADRIAN Co1.1.l4:c:1c 1-I1I.Ls1m.l-: Col.l.1-:ul-1 UNIVEIQSITY Ol: X'VISt'0NSIN A1.moN CoLL1ar:l-: 'UNlVIiRSl"l'Y 011' MIC'llIfIfXN INMANA UNIX'liI!Sl'I'X' X , LINIVl'1RSI'I'Y Ol' Co1.o1m1,o S1 Au-soN Cotmzfzlc Imxux S'I'A'I'IC Co1.1.1c1:r: UN lVI'IRSI'I'Y UNlvl':usl'1'v Ol UN lvl-zlesvrv ov UNIVI'IliSI'I'Y OF OIF K AN SAS M1 N NI'1SU'I'A lX4lSSOlIRl Nlclxlms lm 'UN1v1':lzs1'rv ol-' XfVYom1Nr: UNIV:-:uslw OF IOWA UN1vl-:nslw mf M1XINl'I Cmuv C4ll.l.l-itil lVLxss.xa'lllfsl-:'1"1's INST, -' " -2 or lln'1lNm,m:v X'Vonac1lcs'1'1cn Po1.v'l'1cu11N1c7 Scrlom. lIN1VliRSI'l'Y ov 'Vl'1RMON'I' Ikleowx UN1vl-:rzsrrv 'IQl'l"I'9 Fm I rm' ST. LAWIQIQNCIQ LTNlX'I'IRSl'l'Y C'rmNrc1.1. LYNIVICRSITY II NUIAJLIY ROLL Ol? Cll!ll'7'lilx'.S' MU1f1r.1cN1sURG COLl.l'IGIi WAsH1Nc:'roN AN11 .I 1-:I-'1fl1:usoN Com.:-:calc LICIIIGII UN1v1-:kerry l'1aNNsv1.vAN1A S'1'A'1'1a Co1.1,1cc:1a UNlvrausl'rv olf I'leNNsv1.v,xNm PIQNNSYLVANIA COLLI-:mc LINIVERSITY ov Nolvrn CAuol.1N,x TR1N1'rY COLLEGE Co1,r,r-:ma OF C1IA1u.lcs'r0N WAslllN1:'1'oN AN11 LEE UNIVIiliSl'l'X' UNlx'1-:Rsl'rv ol-' VIIQCSINTA MOUNT UNION Co1.1.r:4:1c XVl'l"I'ICNIilTRG COI.l.I-X212 Oulu XVICSLICYAN LINIVICRSITY CJIIIO S'I'A'I'I-I, UN1v1cRs1'rv x'VI'1S'I'I-IRN Rl-:sl-:levi-3 UNIVI-:1es1'rY li1eN'ruc14v S'1'A'rl-: UN1vl-:1es1'1'v SOU'I'llXVIiS'I'IiRN PRI'1SllY'l'l'IRIAN UNlX'lil!S1'I'X V.xNlu-11uu1,'r AUNlVIiRSI'l'Y IINIVICRSITY oxf 'rms SOUTH ,UNIUN.LTN1VICRSl'I'Y ' ' A UNlvlausl'1'v ol-' 'l'1cNN1css1c1c P' I.1':l..vxNn S'rAN1f0lzn jk, UNrvliRS1'rY Ux1v1cus1'l'v ov CALII-'ORNIA , UN1vlc1es1'rv OF Om-:c:oN XV.xs ll 1 Nc:'roN S'r,x'rla Colmcmzlt UNlVl'IRSI'I'Y or XfV,xs11lNr:'roN CJRIQHON Ar:1mtu1,'1'1mAL CoLL1ac:1c A14An.-xm,x POI.Y'l'lCCIlNIC 1NS'l'I'l'U'l'Ii S0lV'l'lIlCRN UNIX'lCIiS1'I'Y Uxlvlcusrrv OF ALABAMA 'I'UI.ANIC 'UNlVl'1RSl'I'Y lTNlvl':lesl'rY mv TEXAS l"unr 1lum1l'1'4l Izlulxlx thru e""'f'efQ, g,veP'3""m Acacia MICHIGAN CHAl'TliR Eslablished in 1904 FRATRES IN FACULTATE -RUSSEL W. BUNTING, D. D. Sc. MORTIMER E. COOLEY, Eng. D., LL. D. AR'l'HUR G. HALL, Ph. D. , CHARLES A. SINK, A. B. ROBERT A. CAMBELL JUNIUS E. BEAL NEVILLE S. HOEE, D. D. S. CLARENCE T. JOHNSTON, C. WILLIAM L. ZMZIGGIETT, M. E. E FRATRES IN URBE JOHN LINllENSCHM1IJ'1' CHARLES E. HISCOCK ROBERT NORRIS FRA TR ES IN UNI V15 RSI TA TE CARROLL VV. COLLINS CARL E. GORMSEN VALDAMEIQ L. WATTS CLARENCE L. RASMUSSEN JESSE H. ALTENBURG JAMES H. ROUGH, JR. EDWARD L. GRIFFIN Four Hundred Eighty-four 1918 F. TIFFORIJ Pl-IlLL1PS JOHN E. CAMPBELL CARLOS ZANELLI 1919 JOHN HIERLIITY HARRY E. MONTELIUS CHARLES F. ADAMS JOHN S'rEwART 1920 NORMAN C. ROEGNER 1921 CLARENCE W. BANGWELL GORDON MCKILLOP lViICIflIli.'XN . KANSAS NI4:IIIzAsIaA . CAI.IIfoIzNIA . OI-I I0 S'I'A'rIs . 1-IAIQVAIIII . II.I.INoIs FIIANIQLIN . MINNliSO'l'lX . WISCONSIN . MISSKJUIQI . CORNIQLI. PURDUI2 CHICAGO YALE . COLUMBIA . IowA S'I'A'I'I2. IOWA . . . PENNSYLVANIA STATIC . NVASHINGTON . NoI:'I'HwIas'I'IaI1N . CoI.oIzAI1o . MA N H A 'r'rA N TIcxAs . . SYIcACIIsIs . Founded al ljIli'Z'l'1".Tilj' of Mir!IigaII in 1905! Cl-IA PTISR ROLL 6 University of Michigan University of Kansas University of Nebraska University of California Ohio State University Harvard University University of Illinois University of Pennsylvania University of Minnesota University of VVisconsin University of Missouri Cornell University Purdue University University of Chicago Yale University Columbia University Iowa State University University of Iowa Pennsylvania State College University of WaSllil1gtOll Northwestern University University of Colorado Kansas State Agricultural College University ol Texas Syracuse University Four llfmdrcd Eighty-five . '-"Wg '91 .4 4' A -Q.. I1 : 1 4'-rj., 6:19 - ":: 3g"',rf.Tgf7l5R "3 1: 2' fiff xw - ,.Z?f'33'1 I A 4 .': : : :: i -. L--. A 3 A 43, 525zfff'25.5'f I :gA g,.'zf" f V S LX L , cy +5 0 u U9-pf' .,..,.f Phi Kappa Sigma JXI.l'HA OMICIQON CHAPTIER If.I'II1lIIi.vIIr'd in 1905 FIC!! TNI55' IA' I"AC'lII.TA7'II WILLIS GORDON STONICR, A. B., LL. B. HIQRIII-:R'I' ALIIIQN KIQNYON, A. M. JOHN R- BRUMM, A. M. XIVILLIAM A. ML'LAUI:I'ILIN, A. B. Elllvllill DAYTON N1I'l'CI'1l'21.l., A. 13. FRA TRI55' IN UIVBE ROSCOR O. BONISTIQIQI. f11C0ii1ZlC CIIANIILIQR AIIIIQ, Nu Sigm FRA 'l'I1I?.S' IN UNI! 'lil6.S'I7'f1 T15 1918 PIIILII' CLARRSON l'AcI: 1919 JOSEPII ANTHONY HANISII S'I'UAR'I' LIQROY SONNIQ LEONARD IOSIQI-II BROOKS, ,I R. RALPH HOLM ICS VVARII MYIQON E11l1WOIi'l'1I VIROIL AI.15lEIi'l' ROWLIQY ELMER VVIQIRICH CRIQSS EARL FIENRY CRIass HAIIIKY NIQLS HAI.f2IiICN ROIIRRI' PA'r'I'I4:RsON DOUGLAS 1920 .IIQAN P. l"RI4:I-:MI 1921 WILLIAM FI'rz I I UO H BRONV N15 WILLIAM FARLEY ANOIQLI. FERDINAND M. BROOCK HAROLD M. BROOCH MEI.VIN RIV.NIill ROIEICRT P. NVAI,RRIIII:I-: 1 Fbur Hmxdfcd EigI1ty-:ix TIIORIAS RICIIARIIS MAYN BRUCE NICIIOLAS TAIIPAN HIIINIQY RICH THOMPSON FRANR H. IDI: GOI-:NAIIA RICIIARII RvI1III.I-:v PIQTER JOHN VAN BOVICN GIQORGII: CURTIS IJUNN BRUCII: B. LORING S'I'UAR'r IRVINR 130NAL1l E. TRICFIQY XN DOUGLAS F. MCCOLL JOSEPH M. MILI.IEIi IZIIWARII H. BRINR GIQRARII A. VVILMINK THOMAS J. REID RANSOM C..TURN1ER 2c:I4:R'I'ON B. WII.I.IAIvIs ARI' 'I Nu Founded at the Uniwrxily of I'u1m.vyl1'a1:ifI in 1850 ALPHA DELTA . EPSILON ZETA .4 ETA . IOTA . MU RHO . TAU . UPSILON PHI . . Psi . . ALPHA ALPHA . ALPHA GAMMA . ALPHA DEl.'1'A . AIQPI'IA EPSILON . ALPHA ZETA . ALPHA TI'IE'l'A . ALPHA Io'rA . ALPHA KAl'l'A . ALPHA LAMIJIIA . ALPHA MU . ALPHA NU . ALPHA XI . . ALPHA OMICPON . ALPHA PI . ALPHA RI-IO ALPHA SIGMA ALPIIA TAU PHILADELPHIA RICHMOND CHICAGO NEW YORK PITTSBURG BALTIMORE CHAPTIZR ROLL ALUIMNI CI-IAPTERS SAN FRANCISCO University of Pennsylvania Washington and Jefferson College Dickinson College Franklin and Marshall College University of Virginia Columbia University Tulane University University of Illinois Randolph-Macon College Northwestern University Richmond College Pennsylvania State College VVashington and Lee University University of West Virginia University of Maine Armour Institute of Technology University of Maryland University of Wisconsin Vanderbilt University University of Alabama University of California Massachusetts Inst. of Technology Georgia School of Technology Purdue University University of Michigan University of Chicago Cornell University University of Minnesota Leland Stanford University NEW ORLEANS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ATLANTA HARRISBURG EVANSTON DETROIT Four Hundred Eighty ec-Pen -4 , -Alpha Sigma Phi THE'1'A CHAPTER Established in 1908 FRATRES IN FACULTATE THOMAS E. RANKIN, M. A. A. FRANKLIN SHULL, Ph. D RALPH W. AIGLI'fli, LL. B. H. G. RASCHBACHER, B. S FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CAMPBELL4I'IARVlCY, B. S., Nu Sigma Nu THEODORE L. SQUIER, Alpha Kappa Kappa 1918 Four Hundred Eighty- HARRY L. W. BOWLES WALTER C. GERNT A. LOOMIS IQIRKPATRICK BERNARD G. KRAUSE CHESTER S. LAWTON CHARLES W. CLARKE RAYMOND R. BEARDSLEY HAROLD R. SMITH CHESTER C. CHOPP HERBERT L. DUNHAM LOWELL B. GENEEACH HARRY D. HAUSE WENDELL L. PATTON NELSON R. JEWELL MALCOLM E. McGowAN NOTARY A. GLEASON CARL W. CARLSON eight 1919 1920 HAROLD M. KING 1921 HENRY W. KRYGER PLEDGES JESSE W. BAIRD FREDERICK W. SULLIVAN, IR MERLE B. DOTY XVALLACE J. PIGGOTT WHITLEY B. MOORE CHARLES E. BUELL, JR. EDWIN S. SNYDER LANDER W. BUTTERFIELD J. THEODORE HUETTE W. ELLWOOD CAKE W. GARDNER MASON EDWARD J. JEFFRIES HAROLD C. HEYM DONALD WM. HUNTER SEWARD N. LAWSON CARL W. AUER J. FRED HARDING RUSSELL M. FLETCHER Alplui Sigma Ffhi i Founded al Yah' U1zi'zJv1'.vily in 1845 C'H!ll'Tlilf ROLL ALI'PIA. . . BETA . GAMMA . DEl.1'A . E1's1LoN Z1a'rA . E'l'A . TI-IETA Io'rA . KAI-PA. LAMBDA MU . NU . X1 . OMICRON P1 . R110 . SIGMA . TAU . UPSII.ON . . Yale University Harvard University MHSS1lCllllSCttS Agricultural College Marietta College Ohio Wesleyan University Ohio Stiite University University of Illinois University of Michigan Cornell University University of Wisconsin Columbia University University of VVasl1ington University of Californian University of Nebraska Unive1'sity of Pennsylvania University of Colorado University of Minnesota University of Kentucky Leland Stanford, Ir., University ' Pennsylvania State College xl LUMNI CO UNCILS CHICAGO, ILL1No1s MII.NVAUICEli, VVISCONSIN Cor.UMnUs, O1-uo l'1'l"i'smvur:ir, l'1sNNsvr.vAN1A Nlcw Yflllli, NEW YORK lillH'l'l..XNIb, f7Rl"Il0N iVilNNliAl'0l.TS, NEW LHAVEN, CONNIQCTICUT l7HILAlllCl.l'IUA, P1cNnsYI.vAN1A D1zTRo1'r, MICIIIGAN 'l'ol.iavo, OHIO Cl.ICYlil.ANll, Onto Sli.'X'l"l'l.lC, XVAsn1Nc:'roN iVIlNNI'ISO'I'A livin' llllfnlrufl lfiyllrly-11 Zeta Beta Tau PHI CHAPTER b Founded in 1912 FRATER IN FACULTATE I. LEo SHARFMAN, A. B., LL. B. A FRATER IN URBE MAX WERsHow, D. V. M. . FRATRES' IN UNIVERSITATE EARL L. WIENER, A. B. SAMUEL L. COHEN, A. B. CHARLES L. KAUFLIAN, A. 1918 WALTER R. ATLAS NATHON L. SALON 1919 SAM R. HYMAN JEROME J. FREUNDLICH M1LToN H. FRIEND LAWRENCE L. GOLDSMITH WALTER N. FRANK 1920 E. HAROLD SCHETZER HILLIARD E. ROSENTHAL . ARNOLD ENSEL JACOB T. SHAPIRO 1921 NATHAN ST1x I. LESTER KoEAc1cER Four Hundred Ninety LESTER S. HECHT, A. Rov M. GREENTHAL, B. BEN J. SCHEINMAN SYLVESTER G. MILLER SAM G. WIENER MICHAEL PLAUT HAROLD I. IOSEY WALTER S. RIESS HERMAN S. ZEVE SAMUEL KAUEMAN LEON F. BrALosxv MvRoN I. GLAUBER B A Aim-IA. DELTA . GAMMA THETA KAPPA . LAMnnA MU . ZETA . SIGMA . ETA . Io'1'A . NU . XI . OMICRON PI . TAU . RHO PHI . UPSILON CHI . Psi . OMEGA. lfoimdvd at the College of lhc City of New York, 1898 CHAPTER ROLL . . City College ol New York Columbia University New York University University of Pennsylvania Cornell University VVestern Reserve University Boston University Case School of Applied Science Tulane University Union University Polytechnic Institute ol' Brooklyn Ohio State University Massachusetts Institute of Technology Syracuse University Lousiana State University Harvard University University oi Illinois University of Michigan McGill University CMontreal, Canamlaj University of Virginia . University of Alabama . . University of Missouri GRADUA TE Cl. UBS , New YORK CITY, NEW YORK CIIIcAGo, II.LINo1s CI.Evl2LANn, OHIO Bos'roN, MASSAClIUSlE'F'FS Ifnnr lln mired Ninety-om' Sigma Phi Epsilon MICHIGAN ALPIIA CHAPTER L I Established in 1912 FRATER IN FACULTATE JAMES HERBERT RUSSELLL, A. M., Michigan Alpha TOM HOWARD ROBERTSON JOHN FRANCIS JORDAN, A. B. IRVING SANDERSON ELLISUN LESLIE GEORGE FIELD SAMUEL BURTON RENTSCH CURTIS CLAUDE LATER , DONALD BENJAMIN DARLING EDWIN CHARLES BOWERS JOHN CAROTIIERS HAYMAKEKQ HAROLD KARL SCHILLINGER CLARENCE J. LEMP MAI.COM Frmr Hfrudrrrl Ninety-two 1918 TI-IOMAS MIL'1'ON RYBOIKI' CHARLES PHILIP EMIZRY ATHOL EUGENE LATER 19.19 ' J ELDEN REED HUNT WILLIAM JOHN BOEHM - STEWART CLARENCE HCUS'1'0N HARRY JOSEPH RENNELL 1920 , WILLIS BOYD HAYES, JR. VIGGO ELLIS HANSEN 1921 GLEN HOWARD B. CUMMINGS JAMES ELLIOT CROUSHCRIE IDONALD THOMAS LESTER I PLEDGES EDWIN J. DRAPER ' W. DAVIS BRAYTON WILLIAM WESCOTT o C . , . 1 ffla 1 PSIIOYI Founded at Richmond C'OlII'yI' in 1901 ACTIVE CHAPTER ROLL RICHMOND COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF WEST VIRGINIA UNIVEllSl'1'Y OF ILLINOIS UNIVlEl!S1'1'Y OF COLORADO UNIVlilQSl'l'Y OF PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY NORTH CAROLINA fXGRlCUL'l'URAI. COLLEGE Ol-IIO NORTHERN UNlV1EliSI'l'Y PURDUI-I UNIVERSITY SYRACUSE UNIVEIiSl'l'Y NVASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY RANDOLIIH-MACON COLI.EGE GEORGIA SCHOOL OI' TECHNOLOGY IDICLAWARE STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA UNIVERS1'1'Y OF ARKANSAS LEHIGI-I UNIVIEliSI'I'Y OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY NORWICH UNIVERSITY ALABAMA POLY'l'liCH NIC INS'l'I'1'U'l'IE TRINITY COLLEGE DAIi'l'IVIOU'I'1'I COLLEGE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY BAKER UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA UNIVERSI'l'Y OF Nlil!IRASICA VVASI-IINGTON STATE COLLEGE MASSACllIYSIi'l"l'S fXGRICUI.'l'URAI. COLLEGE CORNELL UNIVERSITY BROWN UNIVlEIlSl'l'Y UNlVliliSl'l'Y OF MICI'lIlIAN IOWA WESLEYAN COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF IJENVIER UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE LINIVICRSITY OF MISSOURI LAWRENCE COLLICGIE PENNSYLVANIA S'l'A'l'lC COI.LEGE OI-IIO WESI.EYAN UNIVERSITY COLORADO AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE UNlVlillSI'l'Y OF MINNESOTA IOWA STATE COLLEGE STATE UN1VIERSI'l'Y OF IOXVA ALUMNI CHAPTER ROLL DIENVIER, COLORADO RICHMOND, VIIIGINIA MINNEAIIOLIS, MINNIiSO'l'A BIRMINGHAM, ALAIIAMA ICANSAS CITY, MISSOIJIQI SPOKANIE, WASHINGTON NIENV YORK CITY, NEW YORK BOSTON, MASSACI-IlISli'l"l'S NVHEIELING, NVEST VIRGINIA PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA SEAT'1'LE, WASHINGTON NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI INIIIANAIIOLIS, INDIANA NVILMINGTON, DELAWARE LI'l"l'I.E ROCK, ARKANSAS YOIINGSTOWN, OIIIO COLUMIIUS, OHIO BALTIMORE, MAliYI.ANIl WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Dli'l'l!0I'1', MICI'IlGAN BU'l"l'lE, MONTANA PI'l"l'SBURG, PENNSYLVANIA CHICAGO, ILLINOIS SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA ATLANTA, GEORGIA ,IN ' ' Four lllrvlclrml NIIIII IIIII 'Yann 'O Af Y? ' - , 35,5 fgym- L Lf v 1 .V .EMU 1 ' I '4 ' VW- 91 Kappa Beta Psi Founded in 1912 FRATRES IN FACULTATE CLARENCE T. JOHNSTON, C. E. VVARREN E. FORSYTHE, M. D LEE H. CONE, Ph. D. EDWARD L. ERIKSEN, B. C. E. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1918 ' HOWARD F. MORSE DONALD C. MCINTYRE Cr-rRrs'rrAN F. MA'l"l'HEWS 1919 HERBERT M. BERGEN GoR'1'oN F. PRICE Louis R. KRELL LAWRENCE S. MARTZ 1920 VVAYNE A. PERROT 1921 CHARLES F. KELLEII W. WINN PEA'r'r1E LAWRENCE F. SCHOTT PIERRE LA FLEISCH JOHN EARNEST Hoos PLEDGES CHARLES M. N0ll'FON, '19 ALFRED H. GREEN, '20 Four I-Iimdved Ninety-fo nv' Kappa A fp si Four Hundred Ninvly-fivc WILLIAM SMEATON STAFF NICKELS EARL PAYNE SAMUEL PAGE FRANZ ZIMMERLI EDMUND BROWN WALTER D1xoN ROLAND MARKER RICHARD WESKE LESTER MEEKS CHARLES STETLER C. E. VANDIER VI'ILDE JOSEPH TURNER JOHN SESSIONS BENTLY ADAMS HOWARD MARSHALL SEYMORE BOLTON Four Hundred Ninety-sir . 'Av A Wim! , , , I A SASL Yfgd ss 'IJ A 4 f"'??LQ, Y I 1 1,6 yi fb J PV o 5' C ig f ' H115 13 2 A '?? 9- - ., x ,IAM . W K 1 4 xxx ,, G .sn I . 'WHEIMW' Lambda Chi Alpha SIGMA ZETA Established in 1913 FRATER IN FACULTATE WILLIAM G. SMEATON, A. B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ACTIVE MEMBERS PLIZDGES FENNO DEVR1Es BURDETTE GLENN GEORGE BURROWS ANTON DOHMEN HAROLD SAUNDER5 VERNON PARKS TIMOTHY HEWLETT CLARENCE BUTLER JOHN OLSON KENNETH MCCRORY GALE LUSH NEIL MOORE HOMER HEALIEY LEONARD MAUNDER ROBERT ENO JOSEPH MCLEAN HAROLD NELLER ALPHA ZETA . GAMMA ZIQTA . EPSILON ZETA . ZILTA ZETA . Io'I'A ZETA . LAMBIIA ZIQTA . BIa'I'A ZI2'rA . SIGMA ZETA PIII ZIz'rA . DIsI.'I'A ZETA PI Z1s'I'A . . OMICIQON Z-ETA . MII ZIETA . . TAI1 ZICTA . ETA ZETA . 'I' H Ic'rA ZETA . UvsILoN ZIZTA . X1 ZETA . . CHI ZETA . O M IQGA ICAPPA ZETA . ZETA . NU ZETA . R110 ZIQTA . . PSI ZIz'rA . . ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA A l.l'll A Al.l'l I A IXLPHA ZETA GAMMA ZETA . ILPSILON ZIQTA. ZETA ZETA IOTA ZETA LAM IIIIA ZIc'rA . BETA ZIc'I'A Established in 1909, Buxton Uviiwvrxily CHAPTER ROLL fZetas in Orderj Boston University, Boston, Mass. Massachusetts Agricultural College, Amherst, Mass. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa. .Brown University, Providence, R. l. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. University of Maine, Oronto, Me. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J. Bnchnell University, Lewisburg, Pa. VVorcester Polytechnic Institute, hA70l'CCSlICl', Mass. Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. University of California, Berkeley, Cal. VVashington State College, Pullman, VVash. Rhode Island State College, Kingston, R. I. Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. Louisiana State College, Baton Ronge, l.a. DePauw University, Greencastle, Ind. University of Illinois, Champaign, Ill. Alabama Polytechnic, Auburn, Ala. Knox College, Galesburg, Ill. University of Georgia, Athens, Ga. Union College, Schenectady, N, Y. Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind. Butler College, Indianapolis, Ind. Unive1'sity of South Dakota, Vermillion, S. D. Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. Colgate Unive1'sity, I-Iamilton, N. Y. Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. . Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis, Ore. . University of XfVisconsin, lXfladison, Wfis. Ifunr lllinidreii Niilffht'-.T!'7'F NW R N 'MW 1V ,vf ,wt I, X. f' ...naw-A ' M1 Q '-Qxt ' - .,. ,A X ada-'spy ' I.. I I , fl' 'llaijifi - ' T:j.j.I,fa, ee' - "aff lf' . if 4 ' an Beta Phi ZICTA CHAl"1'1-:R Establislwd in 1913 FRA YTRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1918 ROBERT V. BIRD MORTON H. INGALL JACOB M. BRAUDE JOSEPH J. KUCERA 1919 DAvIn COHEN LEO J. HOSMAN GEORGE LUEKE WALTER NUGENT OSCAR LUBKE CHRISTIAN R. MALAN LEO NUG1LN'1' ELLIOTT H. RUIHLEY NICIIOI.AAS VAN HEEIIDIEN 1920 I-IANS P. ANDREASEN I SAMUEL BRENNER JOHN R. ICANE 1921 LYNN C. WINANS BARNET BREZNER Four Iflumlrvd Ninety-eight 0 ALPHA . BETA GAM M A Dlzr.TA ZETA ETA T H ETA 5 .,fffX. i in Feta Thi --...AA - ww. '4 E.vIaI1li.v1u'd in 1911 ai ilu' U11iz'M'.s'ily of Cllimgo CTI-IfIl"7'lfR ROLL University of Chicago Northwestern University Armour Institute University of Illinois University of Michigan DePauw Univcrsiy Ro:-xc Polyleclinic Institute Ifmn' llzlmlrcfl Nincly--niur JOSEPH B. COMSTOCK, Phi HAIQOLD C. CRAMER Five Hundred GRANT H. LAING JOHN L. GARVIQY HERMANN Iflrmm: HAIQOLD G. WALLER J'OSr:1'1-I W. PLANCK MlillI,TN A. CUDLIP JAMES N. SAVAGE DAVID A. FORRIQS LUDWIO O. 1'IliNZ1i I-IAYNES EDISON EDWARD S. IQINGSFORIJ I. AR'l'.l'l UR HILLS PETER J. VAN ROSSUM Phi Sigma Kappa DliI.'l'A IDICUTICRUN CHAP'l'liR E.vtaI1lishr'd in 1915 FRATER IN FACULTATE -l'lOWARIl B. MIQRRICK, C. E. IFRATITR IN URBE XVARRHN J. VINTON FRA TRIZS IN UNIVERSITA TE Alpha Delta NORMAN VVILLIAM 1918 RUSSIQLI. J. ICNAPI' 1919 1920 EARL W. DUNN 1921 C. BRNDIQR, Alpha Kappa Kappa C. SKINNIQR, Alpha Kappa Kappa CHARLES Ii. BRIGGS AR'r1ruR W. EI-TRLICIIIR IUONALIJ J. 'BARNES HOWAliIb D. WILLARD JONIS FRANCIS D. RICIIIICR O'r'rO C. IJAVIDSON, R JOHN H. IEIQLRNAI' JAMES A. BAROIQR CIIARLICS W. STOLL BICRNARII IJ. WICKS HUBEIIT B. RAISKY' JOHN A. HEARDING PAUL H. GARVEY ERNEST R. VVOODMANSEE H w-nv' it 4 'i ,., 'Q Ie 'il H 4, 1 3 aff A ALPHA. BETA . GAMMA DELTA . EPSILON ZETA . ETA . THETA IOTA . IQAPPA . LAMBDA MU . NU . XI . OMICRON P1 . SIGMA. TAU . UPs1LoN PHI . CHI Psi . . . OMEGA . . AL1'I-IA Drzurrzuom BETA D1zn'rlaRoN . GAMMA Dlcu'r1cuoN D12r.'rA DI-:n'r14:izoN . l21'sn.oN Dl5U'rlc1zoN ZETA DEU'I'Eli0N . ETA D1cn'l'm0N . Sigma Kappa 1'i01!lldt'd in 1873 CHAPTER ROLL Massachusetts Agricultural College Union University Cornell University University of XfVest Virginia Yale University College of the City of New York University of Maryland Columbia University ' Stevens Institute of Technology Pennsylvania State College George Washington University University of Pennsylvania Lehigh University St. Lawrence University Massziehusetts Institute of 'l'eehn1-l-ist Franklin :incl Mzirshnll College St. johns College llzirtmonth College Brown University Swarthmore College VVilli:trns College University of Virginia University of California University of Illinois University of Minnesota Iowa State College University of Michigan . VVorehester llolyleehnie Institute . University of VViseonsin . University of Nevnclzx Fi? 'r - Professional Fraternities 111 the order of their cstablislzmmzt at the U1Iiw1'sity of Michigan PHIIDMHA PHIQLHWD . . ' . . . . . . NU SIGMA NU CMcdicaD . DHEA SEMA DEMA CDmnmD 'PHIIDMJA CHI CSdcndHcD XI PsI PHI CDcntalJ . . AWHASMMA Ghmummmw PHI RI-Io SIGMA CMedica1D . PHI BETA PI CMcdicalD . PHI ALPHA DELTA QLawJ . PHI CHI, fMedica1J . . PsI OMEGA CDentalJ . . ALPHA KAI-IIA KAPPA CMedica1D . PI UIfsILoN RHO fHomcopathicD . . SIGMA DEL'1'A CHI Uournalisticj DELTA THETA PHI CLawJ . ALPHA RHo CHI CArchitccturcj . XI fSdcndHcj . . DIEL'1'A KAI'l'A CLawD . CHI SIGMA CCl1emicalJ THETA SIGMA ALPHA PHI SIGMA DELTA CScientificj lllmdred Two 1869 1882 1882 1883 1889 1888 1897 1898 1905 1905 1905 1906 1906 1910 1911 1914 1914 1914 1916 1916 AS . X, Q K, - - ,. '.f A ,Q 5gj-my , 5-51.14594 - l . DNITI ,, 1,1 ,L-,g',5 if Phi Delta Phi KENT CHAPTER Established 1859 FRATRES IN FACULTATE PRESIDENT HARIIY B. HUTCHINS, A. B., LL. D. DEAN HENIQY M. BATES, Ph. D., LL. B. DEAN Joi-iN R. E1-'1f1NGER, Ph. D. . PROE. THOMAS A. BOGLE, LL.B. CRctiredJ PROF. EVANS' HOLIXIQOOIC, A. M., LL. B. PROD. HoRAcE L. W1LcUs, M. S. PRDF. JosE1-H H. DRAKE, Ph. D., LL. B PROF. ROBERT E. BUNKER, A. M., LL. B. PROP RALPH W. AIGLER, LL. B. PROF. VICTOR H. LANE, C. E., LL. B. PRoF. W. GORDON STONER, A. B., LL. B PROF. EDWIN C. GODDARD, Ph. D., LL. B. PROF. JOHN B. WAITE, A. B., LL. B. PROF. EDSON R. SUNDERLAND, A. M., LL. B. PROF. EDGAR N. DURFEE, A. B., J. D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1918 ' FRANK S. KREMEIQ, A. B. Kappa Sigma HE1lBEli'f B. RUIJOLPII, A. B., Phi Delta Thcti BENJAMIN S. MO'l"I'lCli, A. B., Phi Delta Thcta 1919 DONALD F. GEDDES, A. B., Chi Psi E. MUllliAY HUDSON, A. B., Zeta Psi ROLLIN R. W1NsLow, Alpha Delta Phi HUGO E. BRAUN, A. B., Sigma Alpha Epsilon OSCAR P. LAMllliI!'I', A. B., Sigma Chi 1920 ALAN W. BOYD, A. B., Delta Upsilon ARTHUR E. .Z1GLER, A. B., Phi Gamma Delta C. CECIL ANDREWS, A. B., Trigon REGINALD M. Conns, A. B., Psi Upsilon FRANK J. RILEY mlrvd Four f f.4!.1,' Cplmi Telfni tplfxi Foumicd at the University of Michigan in 1869 CHAPTER ROLL UNIVlERS1'l'Y OF M1Cl'I1CiAN ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY NORTHWES'1'EliN UNIVERSITY COLUMBIA 'UNIVIERSITY WASHINGTON UNlVEIlSI'1'Y UNIVERSITY Ol' CALIEORNIA GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVIiliSI'1'Y UNION UNIVERSITY BOSTON UN1VlCliSl'1'Y UNIVERS1'1'Y OF CINCINNATI UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA HAIIVAIRD UNIVEliSI'l'Y NEW YORK UNIVERSITY YALE UNIVERSITY CORNELL UNIVERSITY UNIVEIQSITY OF MISSOUIQI UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA UNIVEliSI'1'Y OF M1NNlESO'I'A UNIVERSITY OF BUFFALO UN1VliliSI'1'Y OF OREGON UNIVERSITY Ol' WISCONSIN OIIIO STATE UNlVlCl!Sl'l'Y UNIVEIiSI'FY OF IOWA UNIVERSITY OF NEIIRASRA CHICAGO-IQENT COLLEGE OF LAW LAW SCHOOL OF Ul'l'l4Ili CANAIIA LELANIJ STANEORII, JR., UNIVEllSI'l'Y UNIVliRSI'1'Y OF ICANSAS SYRACUSE UNIVlillSI'l'Y NEW YORK LAW SCIIOOL UNIVERSITY OF INDIANA W ES'l'IiRN RESERVE LINIVI-IRSITY UNIVIQRSITY OI-' II.LINOIS DENVER UNIVERSITY LIN1VIiRSI'I'Y OF CHICAGO NVASIIINGTON UNIVliliSI'l'Y VANIIERIIIIJI' UNIVEliSl'1'Y ST. LAWRENCE UNIVliliSl'l'Y UNIVERSITY OF COLORAIIO UNIVI-ZRSITY OF SOIITIIERN CALIFORNIA YVASIIINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF MAlNli UNIVERSITY OI-I TEXAS UNIVERSITY OF PITTSIIURGIYI TULANE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF OIQLAIIOIIIA UNIVERSITY Ol' NORTII DAIiO'I'.N UNIVERSITY OE SOIITII IJAKOTA Five Himdrrd Fiw' Nu Sigma Nu FRATRES IN FACULTATE VICTOR C. NVAUGHAN, Ph. D., Sc. D., M. D., Ll... D. CHARLES B. DIENANCIQEDE, A. M., M. D., LL. D. CARL D. CAMP, M. D. REUBEN PETERSON, A. B., M. D. IRA D. LOREE, M. D. FREDERICK J. NovY, Sc. D., M. D. . DAVID M. COWIE, M. D. G. CARL HUBER, M. D. MARK MARSHALL, B. S., A B M D WALTER R. PARKER, B. S., M. D. HERBERT W. EMERSON, B. S M ALBERT M. BARRETT, A. B., M.-D. LYLE B. KINOERY, B. S., M D CHARLES W. EDMUNDS, A. B., M. D. HARTHER M. KIEM, B. S., M D CYRENUS G. DARLING, M. D. R. A. A. OLDFIELD, B. S., M D U. J. WILE, A. B., M. D. DAMON O. WALTHALL, B. S M D FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1918 THEODORE S. BARNETT, B. S. DONALD M. MORILL, B. S. CLEMENT H. MARSHAI,I., B. S. JOHN P. CAFFEY, A. B. JOHN M. MCKINNEY, B. S. THEODORE H. CONKLIN, A. B MAURICE C. MILLER, B. S. CARROLL S. VVRIGHT, B. S. GEORGE C. ADIE RUDOLPH W. STREAT, B. S. WARD W. HARRYMAN AARON D. RIKER, A. B. DE FOREST W. BUCKMASTER ROBERT E. BARNEY BENJAMIN R. FULLERTON HAIIOLD A. S'r. JOI-IN Five Hundred Six MAX R. BURNELL CAMPBELL HARVEY, A. B E. ROGERS SMITH, A. B. GLENN GRIPIVE, B. S. 1919 192 1921 RICHARD M. MCIQEAN, A B ROBERT L. NOVY, A. B., M S WAYNE A. JOHNSTON, B. PAUL M. DEKRUIE, B. S. Ph D FRANK O. NOVY, B. S. 0 N WILLIAM S. O'DONNELL JOSEPH PALMA DONALD F. KUDNER CORRYDON F. DE FRIES EDWARD S. CATHCART, A HARRY B. MCCALLUM ATIIOL B. THOMPSON ' LESLIE C. TAYLOR ALPHA . BETA . DELTA . EPSILON ZETA . ETA . THETA . IoTA . ISAPPA . LAMBDA MU . X1 . . OMICRON . IXLPHA IQAPPA Rno . . SIGMA . . TAU . UPSILON PHI . CHI . . P1 MU. . BETA ALPHA BETA BETA . I. C. I. . BETA DELTA BETA EPSILON Psi ""',-ur Founded at Um U1i'i'ucr.fity of Micliwigau in 1882 C1-IAPTEIC ROLL University of Mieliigau University of Detroit University of University of Pittsburgh Minnesota Northwestern Unive1'sity Illinois University University of C1l1ClllllI1tl. College of Physicians and Surgeons, N. Y. DELTA E1's1LoN Io'rA BETA ETA . BETA TI-IETA BETA IOTA . BETA KAPPA . BETA LAMBDA Rush College of Medicine University of Pennsylvania Syracuse University Bellevue Meclieal College Union Medical College W3Sl1lI1gtOll University Ilellerson College of Medicine NfVestern Reserve University Cornell University Leland Stanford University University of California University of Toronto Virginia University University of Maryland Johns Hopkins University University of Buffalo State University of Iowa University of Nebraska - Yale University Indiana University University of Kansas Tulane University Harvard University University of Texas Firw' Hundred Seven Five Hnmirml Iii DR. M. L. VVARD DR. N. S. HOFF DR. E. T. LOEFFLER DR. L. P. HALL DR. U. G. RICKRR1' Delta Sigma Delta ALPHA CHAPTER 1flf'ATRli.S' . IN FACULTA TE DR. M. T. NVATSON DR. R. B. HOWELI. DR. R. W. BUNTLNQ: DR. E. L. XNH1'rMAN DR. DR. C. J. LYONS H. K. BURCH FRA TRES IN UNIVERSITA Tl? F. H. KELLY C. I. MAllClNlill41XX'll'Z O. M. STRONG J. W. Swmfr W. F. CHAIJXVICK L. M. JAMES E. A. HONliY, JR. E. N. BACH C. T. I'IALL F. M. MAIiSH E. B. BOWRRMAN O. B. AUBIN I. L. ICNAPMAN I plz! 1918 C. 15. TU'r'rL12 1919 G. G. H1Xl.I. O. GOODSICLL . V. W n1'1"rARuR F. B. VEIJIIIEIQ T. H. TINSMAN E. BAKER . J. BAUMAN W. J. MASON I. P I. F A. D. KA'1'1l:KN H. A. NELSON L. R. ULIIICH R. E. CURTIS ' S. H. APPr.EcA'r1z Founded in tlzc UIIizIvrsily of Ml'ClLig0IlI in 1882 SUPREME CHAPTER, UNIIf'ER.S'lTV 01" MICHIGAN AU.Yll.IARV CFIAPTEI? ROLL DETROIT AUXILIARY CHICAGO AUXILIARY MINNESOTA AUXILIARY PI-IILAIIELIIIIIA AUXILIARY INDIANA AUXILIARY ICANSAS CITY AUXILIARY ST. LOUIS AUXILIARY PITTSIIURG AUXILIARY NEW YOIQK AUXILIARY CLI'2VEI.ANIl AUXILIARY PACIFIC AUXILIARY IUICNVICR AIIXlI.IAliY TEXAS AUXILIARY SEATTLE AUXILIARY BOSTON AUX1I.1ARY NEW Olil.IiANS AUXILIARY BUFFALO AUXILIARY IOWA AUXILIARY SAN FRANCISCO AUXII.TAIIY PORTLAND AUXILIARY LOS ANGI-:LES AUXILIARY SALT LAKE CITY AUXILIARY PARIS IXUXILIARY ARKANSAS AUXILIARY SOUTH DAKOTA AUXILIARY NICIXIQASICA AUXILIARY ROCIIliS'l'liR IX l ' X I LIARY SI'7l?Ol?l7lA',47'l5 Cll!lPT1?R.S' UN1Vl1ZIiSI'l'Y OF NUCIIIGAN CIIICAGO COI.I.liGl'I OF IJICNTAL SURGERY HARVARII UN1Vl'ZliSI'1'Y LJNIVICRSITY Olf PENNSYLVANIA LTNIYI-IRSl'l'Y OF CALIFORNIA N OR'I'IIwI':s'I'I:RN U NIVIERSITY UNIVliliSl'l'Y OF MINNESOTA VANIIIeRIIILT UNIVliI2SI'I'Y XIVESTICRN RIQSERYE U NIYIQRSITY 'I'IIIfTS DENTAL COLLEGE KANSAS CITY UI:N'I'AI. CULLIQGE INIIIANA IJICNTAI. COLLEGE ST. LOUIS DIQNTAI. COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF BUIfIfALO Pl'l"I'SIlURG DENTAL COLLEGE XVASHINGTON UNIYIIRSITY UNIYI-:RSITY OF COLORADO NOR'I'HIiRN PACIIIIC DENTAL COLLEGE LFNIYIQRSITY OII SOIITIIERN CALIFORNIA CRIQIGIITON LINIVIERSITY GIi0RGli'l'0XVN UNIVERSITY I.I XCOLN LJNIVIERSITY UNIYIQRSITY OI-' II.LINOIS IOWA LJNIVICRSITY lfirr Iluudred Nim- Phi Delta Chi ALl'HA C1-IAP'rER Established in 1883 FRATRES IN FACULTATE ALVISO B. STEVENS, Ph. C., Ph. D. THEOPHIL ICLINGMAN, Ph. C., M. D VICTOR C. VAUGHAN, M. D., Ph. D., Sc. D., LL. D. CI-IARLES W. EIIMUNIIS, A. B., M. D CI.IFIfoRn C. GLOVER, Ph. C., M. S. HOBAR'f H. WILLAR11, Ph. D. HENRY IQRAEMICR, Ph. B., Ph. M., Ph. D. FRATRES IN URBE L. O. CUSIIING RALPH E.,MCGEE DR. CHARLES MERKEL W. M. IQIACH D.XNlIiI. J. D0l.lGI'IE1i'1'Y FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1917 GEORGE K. FINZIEL 1918 HEIQSCIIEI. B. MCWILLIAMS HAIIOLIJ W. GAUDY . VEIINE G. EAEGLE JAMES A. WYMAN ARTHUR ZUVER .HAROLD C. STORICK DOUGAL J. HILLIl5ll WILLIAM J. BONISTEE1 1919 EUGENE L. JACKSON RALIIH B. FAST CLAYTON B. MA'I"l'ESON CHESTER G. Fuss 1920 FRANK HEI.Im: 1921 WATSON S. HALI.OCK DWIGHT L. FEEK I nz' Ilmldlzd lcu NORMAN C. FLETCIIER DALE H. MOATS ALPHA. BETA . GAMMA DELTA . EPSILON ZETA . :ETA . THETA. Io'rA . ICAPPA. LAMBDA MU . NU . XI . OMICRON PI . RHO . SIGMA . TAU . UPLISON 11-1 Foimded at the Uaiirfvrxily of Michigall in 1883 CHAPTER ROLL . . . University of Michigan Northwestern University Columbia University University oi Wisconsin Philadelpliia College of Pharmacy . University of California . Massachusetts College of . University of Minnesota . University of Maryland . University of VV?lSlll1lgtOl1 . University of Texas . University of Pittsburgh . State University of Iowa . Ohio State University . University of Southern C . University of Nebraska . University of Oklahoma . 'University of Colorado . Purdue University . University of Kansas I I Pharmxlcy alifornia lfim' 11 n mlrrd Elf' you , Xi Psi Phi ALPHA CHAPTER Founded in 1889 FRATER IN IVACULTATE A. J. HALL, D. D. S. FRATRE5' IN URBE C. H. NELSON, D. D. S. F. C. PALMER, D. D. S. W. S. MOORE, D. D. S. A. W. SCI-IURZ, D. D. S CLARENCE G. MILLER HAROLD J. JONES BIDWELL C. HANSEN NEWLANDS A. WILLIAMS LOWRIE J. PORTER PAUL J. HOL'i' HARRY S. LAMLEIN HAROLD G. LEWIS GABRIEL G. SMIT JOSEPH A. ZASTROW tXRMIN H. BOEHNLEIN HARRY D. SMITH CLARENCE J. CLEMO JOHN E. PORTER JOHN L. REED CHARLES J. MCCANN GEORGE D. ADAMS A. MARK YEAOER I' Him ir ci T'u'rlz'v - L. P. FISHER, D. D. S. FRATRE5' IN UNIVERSITATI2 1918 1919 . CARLTON J. POWERS 1920 1921 G. J. NIONTIQUE VICTOR ADAMS, III. H. EARL BARLOW JOHN E. DODGE ALBERTUS W. EKSTEEN ROBERT D. MACDONALD FRANK W. S'rOc1c'rON FELIX S. BURKHOLDER RUSSELL D. MERRITT JAMES D. GLOVER FRANK T. NISBE'f EARL W. BEACH M. E. GARNER ARNOLD J. LADEE HOWARD J. STANSFIELD D. FORREST BYERS HOWARD B. STEFFEY ELMER B. HEGG . JAMES E. MURPHY Founded at llre Urlivvrrily of Miclrigmz in 1889 CHAPTER ROLL ALPHA . BETA . GAMMA DELTA . E1-sILoN TI-IIQTA . IO'l'A . KAIIPA . I.AMImA MU . XI . OMICRON R110 . TAU . LlPSILON P1-II . CIYII Psl . . OMIIGA . . ALIIIIA EI-s1LoN . ALIIIIA ALIIIIA TIIETA. . ALIIIIA ICAPPA .fXl,l'1TALAMBIJA . . . ETA . Ann Arhor, Michigan New York, New York Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Baltimore, Maryland Iowa City, Iowa Indianapolis, Indiana San Francisco, California Columbus, Ohio Chicago, Illinois Bullalo, New York Richmond, Virginia 'l'oronto, Ontario Chicago, Illinois St. Louis, Missouri Cincinnati, Ohio Minneapolis, Minnesota Kansas City, Missouri Lincoln, Nebraska Nashville, Tennessee l'ortlancl, Oregon Atlanta, Georgia Los Angeles, California Omaha, Nebraska . . Jersey City, New Jersey ALUMNI Cll.fIl"l'l5lC,S' NIX'I'l0NAl. Al.UMNl ASSOCIATION BUFFALO ALUMNI AssocIATIoN Rom-IIas'I'I2Iz ALUMNI AssoeIA'I'IoN SvIeAeUsI-: ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 1JllIl.AllliLl'TTTA ALURTNI AssocIATIoN CIIICAGO ALUMNI IXSSOCTATKJN ST. LOUIS ALUMNI ASSOCIATION MINNI-:soTA S'I'A'l'l'I IXLUMNI AssocIA'I'IoN A OIi'I'IeoI'I' ALVM TWIN CITY ALUMNI AssocIATI0N NIQIIIIASKA S'l'A'l'lE fXl.UMNI ASSOlTIA'l'ION S0ll'l'lII-INN CALIIfoIINIA ALUMNI ASSOCIATION MICIIIIIAN STATIC ALUMNI AssoeIA'I'1oN INDIANA STATII ALUMNI ASSOCIA'l'ION CINCINNATI ALUMNI ASSOCIATION CALIIfoIINIA STATE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION NIQW Yom: CITY AI.llL1Nl ASSOClA'l'l0N NI ASSOCIATION l"i:'1' 1lIIIIdI'1'fl 7'lIiI'tvrII Alpha SigmO MU SLGMA ALPHA CHAPTER Establzshed in 1888 FRATRES IN FACULTATE W. B. HINSDALE, A. M., M. D. D. W. MEYERS, M. D. W. A. DEWEY, M. D. R. E. fKTCI-IISON, M. D. W. C. R. VOIG1' C. B. PILLSBURY L. I. BOYD L. W. GRICE G. P. Woon E. O. VVINFIELI1 I. K. DURLING H. L. FRENCH D. C. YOUNG H. S. WILLSON G. E. BU1zKHARD'1' V. C. CORNALL Five 1'fIHId1'Cd Fourteen H. M. BEIQBE, M. D. FRA TRES IN URBE F. J. CADY, M. D C. B. MANIJEVILLE, M D R. H. CRISSWIELL, M E. C. GANSHORN, M FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1918 G. W. BOICRICKIC 1919 1920 M. S. Bm.I.Alm 1921 P1'vparal01'y A. L. JOHNSON J. H. XSTAACKE C. S. EMERY B. W. MA1.1fROm L.W. SNOW C. I. KIDD G. R. BULLEN R. H. HOLMES J. H. CONROY H. P. BEISXVENGEI H. B. MCLETCHIE W. M. VVENDT ..-:....7.,,,,.1',v:V. .,. .......,,1K:..,. Q lfouudcd at New York Iflomcopalhic Medical College in 1892 Mu Sigma Alpha Fraternity founded at thc UlIfi?!l'1'.Yifj' of Michigan. in 1 ALPHA BETA . . GAMMA . DEL'fA . . Io'rA IQAPPA. . MU SIGMA AI.PIIA PHI . . . lf.I'SII.0N . Amalgamalcd with Alpha Sigma in 1900 888, and New York Homeopathic Medical College, New York City. IAIU.lll1C111Zllll1 Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa. Atlantic Medical College, Baltimore, Md. Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, Mass. Halmemann Medical College, Chicago, lll. Homeopathic Medical School, University of Michigan. Medical School, University of California, Berkeley, Cal. Homeopathic Medical School, Ohio Slate University, Columbus, O. I lfim' llmlrlrrrl Fiflcvn K C55 :D G ILS M TJ Phi Rho Sigma ZETA CHAPTER Establixlzed in 1897 ' FRATRES IN FACULTATE WARREN P. LOMBARD, A. B., Sc. D., M. D. LIEUTENANT DOUGLAS TREADGOLD, B M MAJOR R. BISHOP CANEIELD, A. B., M. D. JOHN B. GRANT, B. S., M. D. LESLIE L. BOTSFORD, A. B., M. D. ROLAND S. CRON, B. S., M. D. M E BROWNELI., B. S., M. D. RAYMOND J. NUTTING, B. S., M. D I1LU11:NAN'r E. G. GA1.liRAI'l'l-Ili, B. S., M. D. GEORGE MCCI.URE, B. S., M. D. FRA TRES' IN URBIZ T. S. LANGFORD, M. D. R. B. MCKIENZIE, M. D FRA TRES IN UNI VERSITA TE 1918 MCNAUGHTON WILKINSON GEORGE R. HIEIIIQMANN CLYDE K. HASLEY PARKER I'I1iA'l'H LEONARD F. THALNER HAIQIQY F. BECKER THEODORE W. ADAMS ROBERT M. CLIEARY RUSSELL L. FINCH ROBERT R. DIETERLE LYLE C. BACON LAWRENCE A. FAUST NVALTER T. HOTCHKISS LELAND E. HOI.LY lfwc I-Iunlrml Sixteen 1919 1920 HOWARD F. ROWLEY 1921 THOMAS L. TOLAN DONALD K. BACON PAUL BEAVEN CLIFFORD W. BRAINARD SIDNEY J. SHIPMAN R. WILSON SHISLLY HOWARD H. HEFFRON GERALD H. CLARK G. FLOYD MOOIIE JOHN C. DETIIO ROBERT N. ILATE CARLELON J. MARINUS FRIED B. WIGHT 4 NORMAN E. CLARKE ALPHA BETA . GA M M A . lDl2L'l'A . l:Iesu.oN . Z12'rA . . ETA . . Tllli'l'A TAU 1o'rA . . lXAl'l'A l.1XMIBI1A . Mu . Nu . OMICRON . Pr . Nuo . ' SIGMA UPSll.0N . PHI . . . SKULL ANI! Sensi-'mia Cul . . . Psi . . . ALi-1-IA OMEGA ljIEL'l'A OMEGA . . ALPHA BETA . AI.PI-IA GAMMA . ROLL Oli Cll.4l"l'lilC,S' Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, Ill. University of lllinois College of Medicine, Chicago, Ill. Rush Medical College, Chicago, Ill. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Univ. S. Cal., Los Angeles, Cal. Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, Detroit, Mich. Unive1'sity of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arhor, Mich. john R. Creighton Medical College, Omaha, Neb. University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis, Minn. University of Nehraska College of Medicine, Omaha and Lincoln, VVestern Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, O. Medieo-Cliirurgieal College, Philzulelphia, Pa. State University of Iowa College of Medicine, Iowa City, Ia. Medical School of Harvard University, Boston, Mass. Marquette University School of Medicine, Milwaukee, Wis. Indiana Univ. School of Medicine, Indianapolis and Bloomington, Ind. Qlellierson Medical School of l'hiladelphia, Pliilaclelpltia, Pa. University of Virginia Department ol Medicine, Charlottesville, Va. Medical School of Virginia, Richmond, Va. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, lyhiladelphia, Pa. Yale University School of Medicine, New llaven, Conn. University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, Pa. University of Colorado School of Medicine, Boulder and Denver, Colo. University of liullalo Department of Medicine, lluffalo, N. Y. Ohio State University College of Medicine, Colnmlnus, O. Columbia University College ol' Physicians and Surgeons, New York. McGill University Faculty ol' Medicine, Montreal, Quebec. Neh. A LUIUNI C'1'l!ll'7'lflx'.S' HARVARD UNIVEliSl'l'Y, Boston, Mass. N0ll'l'1IERN Oulo ALUMNI ClIiXl"I'liR, XYI-:s'l'icieN Ri-lsr-zuvi-1 l.lNlVICRSl'I'Y, Cleveland, O. l'ii'I'z' l'I1Hlfll'r'1l .S-CT'4'llft A I. Q- l ff., . X, +,' Phi Beta Pi BETA CHAPTER E.vfablisl1c'd in 1898 FRA TRES IN FA CULTA TE GEORGE SLOCUM, M. D. ' THEOPHIL KLINGMANN, Ph. C., M. ALBERT C. FURSTENBERG, B. S., M. D. HAROLD HENDERSON, B. S., M. D. BERYL S. BURNS, A. B. FREDERICK CURRIER, B. S., M. D. FRA TER IN URBII GEORGE F. MUEHLIG, B. S., M. D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1918 ELDEN C. BAUMGARTEN, A. B. ARVID W. ERICSON, B. S. JOHN F. Foss, B. S. 1919 CARL E. BADGLEY, B. S. HAROLD D. BARNARD, B. S. GEORGE R. HAGEMAN 1920 WILLIAM D. STINSON, A. B. MAURI1'Z G. HEDIN C. NEIL WELLER, A. B. A. WILLIAM COXON ALFRED I. BURR H. L. MII.I.12R 1921 GEORGE E. GERIQEN FRED A. BOTHE URI A. CARPENTER WILLIAM E. COLE I. M. PIERCE PLEDGES GEORGE L. GUNDRY Five Hundred Eightvcu HARRY G. LUNDGREN, ,B. CHARLES E. ANDERSON B S. S , . HERBERT D. DIET:EllI.E, B. S. HERBIANN E. BOZER, A. B. LAWRENCE G. BEINHAUICR , B. S.. CHAS. R. SMITH E. FORREST MERR1I.l. JOHN M. GRAFF HAROLD W. SMITH R. E. BOICE CHARLES E. FUTCH FRANK G. ROUNDSVILLE W. E. DENNISON J. A. LUKENS WILI.IAM A. CORCORAN C. E. SUGGS ALPHA . BETA . Di:L'1'A . ZETA ETA . TIIICTA . Io'rA . KAPPA . IJANIIIIIA MU . Xi . OMICRON P1 . 11110 . SIGMA . TAU . l'H1 Psi . CHI . . ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA BETA ALPHA GAMMA ALPHA IJELTA ALPHA EPSILON ALPHA ZETA. iALl'IIA ETA . ALPHA IOTA. ALPHA IQAPIUX ALPHA LAMIKIIA IXLPIIA MU . ALPTIA NU . ALPHA Xi . l'XI.l'H'A OMTCRON ALPHA P1 . ALPHA R110 . Iinzuzded al H112 U11-i7!l'1'.Yil3' of l'itl.rburgh 'in 1891 Cl'l!Il'TlilC ROLL University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. University ol Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mieh. Rush Medical College, Chicago, Ill. Baltimore College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore, Md. jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa. Northwestern University, Chicago, Ill. College ot Physicians and Surgeons, Univ. of Illinois, Chicago, Ill. Detroit Medical College, Detroit, Mich. St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo. VVashington University, St. Louis, Mo. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, University of Iowa, Iowa City, la. Vanderbilt Unive1'sity, Nashville, Tenn. University of Alabama, Mobile, Ala. University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Medical College ol Virginia, Richmond, Va. Georgetown University, VVashington, D. C. John A. Creighton University, Omaha, Neb. Tulane University, New Orleans, La. Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. University ot Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis. Indiana University School of Medicine, Bloomington, Ind. University of Virginia, University, Va. University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. University ot Texas, Galveston, Tex. Oklahoma, Norman, Okla. Ind. University of University of Louisville, Louisville, Ky. University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. Harvard University, Brookline, Mass. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Mcl. University of Wfisconsin, Madison, Wis. Oakland College of Medicine, Oakland, Cal. r Five lfllmdrril lViurlern Phi Alpha Delta CAMPBELL CHAPTER Established in 1905 FRATRES IN FACULTATE GROVER C. GRISMORE, A. B., J. D. WILLARD T. BARBOUR, A. M., LL. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JOSEPH BAKER CoMs'1'ocK, HAROLD M. EASLEY, A. B. LELAND S'rANFoRn FORREST, A. B. GEORGE FRANCIS HUIQLISY, A. B. WILLIAM STEPHEN KAMMER1-:R, A. B. EMIL ANNEKE, A. B. ROBERT C. BROWER Five Hundred Twenty A. B. RONALD A. BUTLER, A. B. J. WIRTH SARGENT, A. B. LAURESTON OLIVER TELFER SELWYN A. LAMIIERT H. A. DONNELLY BRUCE N. XTAPPAN JEAN PAUL THOINIAN NORMAN W. WASSMAN BLAc1cs'roNE STORY . FULLER . WEBSTER . MAliS HALL RYAN . MAGliUlll'Ili CAMPBELL GARLAND . HAY . BENTON . CAPEN . HAM MoNn CHASE . VVILLIAMS RAPALLO . LAWSON . TAFT . CALHOUN GREEN . JEFFERSON GUNTER . T-IAMLIN . CORLISS . Ross HoLMEs . TEMPLE . STAPLES . I'IUGHES . CLAY . IQIENT . DUNBAR . REESE BREWER . HARl.AN . MCREYNOLIJS LIVINGSTON Alpha melta FOIHllif'd al No1'Il1wc.r!crn Uwziwmily, 1897 CHAPTER ROLL Chicago-Kent College of Law DePauw University Northwestern Univ. School of Law Chicago Law School of Chicago University University of VViseonsin University of Illinois University of Michigan University of Arkansas VVestern Reserve University Kansas City Law School Illinois Weslcyaii University University of Iowa Cincinnati Law School Northwestern College of Law New York University University of Missouri Georgetown University Yale University Unive1'sity of Kansas University of Virginia University of Colorado University of Maine University ol' North Dakota University of Soutl1e1'11 California Leland Stanford Jr., University University of California VVashington and Lee University Denver University University of Kentucky- University of Idaho University of NVIlSllil'l,CIt0ll University of Nebraska ,lohn B. Stetson University University of Oklahoma University of Tennessee Columbia University l"i:'r lluudrivl 'lwrvzfy-0 9 ffif EQA 'Y' f 4. pf' Y x,4IJf a 'F' - , ' .1' 44' . 5 I Q45 F . - f!.H"' SQ?-Jfhil, g,...g'i". A451 5 ' .,' Y, gif- 1 I ug H-44 iff" U 1 0 , 3 L' 124 L 3 "EJ E O ET w R1 Ir. Q E 'QE 'N 29 v-L QE Qz B Nz DN Ns ru 'fav Pr: 5:12 56 E Q Fa WS: Fc '70 E 2 D Z SZ FU Sf? SEO Dr? .512 We W. S U lfRA7'1CE.S' IN URBE H. H. CUNMINGS, M. D. C. Glzomzrz, JR., A. B., M. D. ' L. ROMINGER, M. D. FRA TRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1918 G. J. BUSMAN, B. S. B. FELLOWS W. J. G1mEN1f'Im.n, A. F. M. ALLEN L. C. Tonn, A. B. H. J. PRAL1. L. A. HOAG, B. S. J. P. SHEARER 1919 E. W. SINK, A. B., M. S. W. E. Howns, B. S. H. W. PORTER, E. E. E. D. OSBORNE R. H. BENNETT, B. S. M. F. MINIER C. E. Sxfrzmwoolm, B. S. J. M. SCHMIDT 1920 C. R. HILLS, A. B. F. P. ALLEN J. M. MANTINGI-I M. W. Wnnsnow R. J. COLLER L. J. Fos'rER H. R. MOORE S. A. McCu'rcH1:oN 1921 I. A. SMITH J. A. PIEEBLES A. D. RU12n1zMANN R. O. Rvclmmzn I. W. HELI-'IlICI'I L. R. WAY H. E. PARKINSON PLIZDGES C. H. MCCARTY, '21 L. H. McK1M, '21 ' C. VV. BEIIN, '21 W. E. KUECIAIENMI21S'l'Ell, '21 W. G. COWAN, '21 A. S. JOHNSON, '22 L. H. DARLING, '21 Five Iluudrvd Twenty-two G. D. C. CULVIER, '22 ALl'IfIA . . ALI-HA ALI'I-IA . AL1'HA BETA . ALPHA THETA . ALPHA MU . BETA D1c1.'rA . GAMMA . . GAMMA GAMMA DELTA . . EPsu.oN . Z12'rA . THETA ETA IOTA . Io'rA P1 . liAPPA . . liA1'l'A DIiI.'l'rX . IQAPPA Ul'SIl.ON LAMBDA R1-Io . MU . XI . . OMICRON . PI . . . Pl DEI,'FA PIII . RI-I0 . . SIGMA . U1'su.oN Pl PHI . . PHI SIGMA Cnr . . Cm UPsn.oN . Psi . . NATIONAL Mlilllffxll. l7lC.'1TERNITl' limmded al the U11i':u'1'.rily of Vermont in 1882 CHAPTIER ROLL University of Vermont Univeristy of Louisville University of Tennessee Wcsterii Reserve University University of Indiana University of Maryland Ohio State University Bowdoin, Brunswick and Portland Tufts College Medical School Detroit, College of Medicine University of Texas Medical College of Virginia University of Alabama University of Southern California Georgetown University Johns Hopkins University University of Kansas University of Arkansas Indiana University Medical School Texas Christian University Tulane University Vanderbilt University University .of California Rush Medical School Emory University University of Pennsylvania George VVashington University Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery jefferson Medical College Creighton University University of Michigan Five 11llIHll'l'lf Twvllty-?1H'4 N.. 'wx . ' 1. 11:-'94UO2'!ff' .,- I, G MESA 'K . 1 -12" . A 57141 -- R. 111 51152. gf' .-:gf - 1 Q. M xv 16, X .A :'ZgY.xfR" 4' g Psi Omega GAMMA KAl'I'A CHAPTICR E.vIablishz'd in 1905 FRA TRES IN FA CUL TA Tli M. D. MACKOY, D. D. S., Ph. G. A. J. SCHMUTZLER, D. D. S. C. J. ROBERTSON, D. D. S. A. E. I-IAMMONIT, D. D. S. FR.-'ITER IN URBE W. E. GURRRIRR, D. D. S. IIONORARV MEMBERS B. S. SUTIIIERLANID, D. D. S. E. O. G1LL12s1-uc, D. D. S. - 1918 A. R. COLL1Ns, Ph. C., B. S., Sigma Chi F. J. ROBERTS J. F. BULMER J. L. HALEY D. L. MITCHELL R. U. HIRWAS M. M. WILLIAMS G. F. Sm2FF11zr.1m M. R. Twlss G. K. BOLENDER F. J. HENRY C. B. RAT!-IBUIIN H. E. DEMING L. SCHMIDT D. LANGLOIS F. VANRIPEII W. W. DENIG R. V. BIRD J. L. LUNIJBIQRG V. E. PLTIQRSON 1919 A. C. SCI-IRADICR, M. E., Theta Xi D. A. DANIELS A. J. MIA1iS P. E. CAVANAGH W. F. BURTON H. RAUB B. E. FRANRIJN, Alpha Tau Omega M. F. PINCHISS R. VV. Rlzlasu H. B. H1NCI-IMAN K. C. Esvuz O. SWARTZBECK VV. M. ZKIRKLANII E. SWIFT 1920 G. W. MI'I'LfI1E1.I. F. B. CRILL P. F. Smcsm. M VV. FROST S. C. BROWN H. C. VORYS 1921 H. R. CHAPMAN PLEDGE5' I". 11. PATNR L. R. HIRTH VV. H. SCHULTZ H. P. GWINN W M. GORDON H. S. HORN l.. G. IQAUIS C. A. LUND C. T. NlEl.SON Five Hlmdrrd Tzvrnty-fa1n' Lpsi Omega A CTI VE CHAI' TENS Baltimore College of De11tal Surgery New York College of Dentistry Pennsylvania Col. of Dental Surgery, Phila. CCombined with Zetab Tufts Dental College, Boston, Mass. VVestern Reserve University, Cleveland, O. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Philadelphia Dental ,College University of Buffalo, Buffalo, N. Y. Northwestern University, Chicago, Ill. Chicago Col. of Dental Surg., Chicago, Ill. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. University of Denver, Denver, Colo. University of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, Pa. Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis. Harvard University Dental School Louisville College of Dental Surgery Baltimore Medical College, Dental Dept. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Dental Dept., San Francisco, Cal. Ohio College of Dental Surgery, Cincinnati Medico-Chirurgical College, Philadelphia Atlanta Dental College, Atlanta, Ga. Western Dental College, Kansas City University of Maryland, Baltimore, Md. North Pacific Dental College, Portland, O1'e Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio Indiana Dental College, Indianapolis, Ind. University of Illinois, Chicago, Ill. George Washington Univ., Washington, D. C Univ. oi California, San Francisco, Cal. New Orleans College of Dentistry St. Louis Dental College, St. Louis, Mo. Georgetown University, Washington, D. C. Southern Dental College, Atlanta, Ga. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Col. of Dental and Oral Surg. of New York University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. Univ. College of Medicine, Richmond, Va. Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Va. Washington Univ. Dental Dept., St. Louis, Mo Kansas City Dental College Wisconsin Col. of P. and S., Milwaukee, Wis Texas Dental College, Houston, Texas Univ. of Southern California, Los Angeles ALUMNI CHAPTERS' New York City Pittsburg, Pa. Minneapolis, Minn. Chicago, Ill, Boston, Mass. Philadelphia, Pa. New Orleans, La. Los Angeles, Cal. Cleveland, Ohio Seattle, Wash. Portsmouth, Ohio Buffalo, N. Y. Connecticut State Iowa City, Ia. New Jersey State Portland, Ore. Wasliiimgtoii, D. C. Ohio State Wilkesbarre and Scranton, Pa. Atlanta, Ga. Kansas City, Mo. Alabama State San Francisco State Five Ilundred Twenty-fi'uc Fizm I-Imzdred Twcutg xx... ..-? f ' P ' , HQLEIQQQQQ Alpha Kappa Kappa CMedicalD ALPHA Io'rA CHAPTER Establislzed in 1906 . FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. Q. O. GILBISRT Dr. A. D. PRANGEN DR. M. M. PEET DR. R. H. BAKER FRATRES IN UNIVIIRSITATE 1918 J. R. DARNALL M. D. HAAG C. C. Hvmz R. M. KEMRTON I. H. SMITH E. F. TRAUB V. A. VANVOI.KlCNBUliGH R. W. WATSON L. S. VVELBOURN 1919 A. D. ALLEN E. J. CORAM C. F. ROCHE W. C. SKINNER 1920 F. ANDREAS S. W. BECKER J. L. GARVEY 1 N. F. MILLEIR A. B. Nl2SI.ER 1921 T. W. DURBIN E. A. Os1Us H. MATCTNSON R. J. MCCANDLIS '-.1'l.1' S N. C. BENIIER D. W. GUuAIcUNs'r C. E. ROSER T. L. SQUIER D. J. BARNES F. E. CURTIS P. M. IRELAND G. T. MACPPIEIISON A. P. OHLMACHER E. P1 RUSSELL L. N. MERRILL FOIMIdI'd al l9aI'lIIInI1lf1 Cfullvgv in 1888 C,'l'1!lPTl5R ROLL DAIl'I'MOll'l'II COI.LIeI:I-1 CoLLIar:Ia OF PHYSICIANS ANII SIIRIIIQONS TUFTS MIIIIICAL SOI-IOOL UN1vI2RSI'I'v OF VlEIlIX1lJN'I' IEF1-'IaRSON MICIIILTAI, SCHOOL LONG ISLANII COL. ,HOSI-. MI4:IIIc'AI. SOI UNIVI2IlS1'l'Y OI' ILLINOIS MAINIC MIEIJICAI. SCHOOL UN1VliIiSI'1'Y OI' SYRACIISIQ MAliQUli'1"l'Ii UNIvIcRSI'I'Y CORNIQLL UNlVI4IllSl'l'Y UNIVIQRSITY OI' I"IeNNSYI.vANIA RUSH MliIJ1CAI. SCHOOL NOIi'I'1lWliS'l'liI1N UN1Vl1lIQSl'l'Y UNIvIcRSI'I'v OI-' CINCINNATI STERLIN4:-OIIIO MIEIDICAI. SCHOOL UN1VIEliSI'I'Y OIf COLORAIIO UNIVERSITY OF CALIIfORNIA UNIVIIRSITY OF OREGON VANIJIiIlB1L'1' UNIvIcRSI'I'v UNlVIiIiSl'l'Y OI-' NIINNICSOTA UNlVI'IliSl'I'Y OII' TIQNNIQSSIQIE 'l'IH,ANIc UNIvIcRSI'I'v UNlN'l4II!Sl'I'N' OI1 GI-:ORIIIA Nl:t'Gll.L UNlVI'1RSl'I'Y UN IvI-:RSI'I'y OIf 'FORONTO GI-QORIQIQ XIVASIIINIITON UNIVIQRSITY YALI-I MIQIIICAI. SCHOOL UNIVIIRSITY OII TIIXAS UNlN'l'ZI!S1'l'Y OIf MICIIIIIAN MIQIIICAI. COLLIQGII OIF VIRGINIA MI-ZIIIQAL COI.I,I-:III-1 OIf S. CAROLINA ST. LOUIS UNIVI-2RSI'I'v WI-1S'rIaRN RIQSIQIIVI-3 UNIVI-:RSITY UNIvIcRSI'I'v MIcIIIn1AI. COLLIQGII LYNIVICRSI'l'Y OF P1'I"I'SIsURG .I-IARIIARII MIiIlIt'AI. SCHOOL LINIvIaRSI'I'Y OIf SOII'I'HI-:RN CALIFORNIA A'l'I.AN'l'A MIQIIICAI. COLLIQIIIQ LIOIINS I'I0l'liINS MIf1IIII'AI. SCHOOL 1:1718 H1MHlI'I'Il 'l'rI'I'I1ly-.vI':'r Pi Upsilon Rho VERTEBRA OCTA E.v1aInli.vlwd 1906 FRATRES IN, FACULTATE - G. IRVING N.m.0R, B. s., M. D. I "'fif.'15.'Zi1s'1?Q 15.15, AM. S M D C. B. STOUFFEH, M. D. P. E. HAYNES, A. B., M F. R. TOWN, M. D. 1918 V. W. Bl':kGs'moM EDWARD MEAID J. D. VAN SHOICK HOWAIIII COEANE N. E. LAVELV RAY NEWTON W. M. LEFEVRE L. C LEEVER Five Hundred Twenty-aight H. J. S'rRA'1'HEARN, A. B. 1919 H. E. VVISNICR 1920 1921 EARNES1' HICKS PRE-MEDIC R. C. COLE STEBBINS, B COONS, A. B STILES KNODE HYIJE BAILEY Co'rNEn FENTON "LL, ., . Y. '- ,, " -tfal'i'4 ' A K J ' '2T.".'E'ff""'Q""R'!'7,p --Q if-,1'.l5'f7TI' Founded at Halnmmazzn Medical College in 1877 VER Tlfla' I-IA li PRIMA . Hahneznann Medical College, Chicago, Ill. TERTIA . Ohio State University QUARTA , Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa. OCTA . . University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. ALUMNI CHAPTERS CHICAGO, ILL. CLEVELAND, OHIO DETR01'1'J Mlgg, PHILAUELPHIA, PA. .V ROCHESTER, N. Y. - Firc ll xmdrcd Twv HU" "UW I ' I xy I :J I . LX I x. J Slgllla Delta Ch1 MIC H IGAN C l-IA l"I'IiR lZ.s'mI1li.vl11'r1' in 1910 FRATRES IN FACULTATE PROF. FRR11 NEWTON SCOTT, Ph. D. EDWARD SIMPSON EVERETT, A B Five Hufrdr-cd Thirty ASS"r PROF. JOHN R. BRUMM, A. M. ITRATIIR IN URBH VV1LEREn B. SHAW FRA TRES IN UIVIVIiR.S'I7'A TE BRUCE A. SWANEV ROBIiIi'f T. MCDONALI1 ALLEN SI-IOENEIELD JAMES SCHERMERHORN, JR. ALBERT E. HORNE, JR. CHARLES S. CLARKE, JR. CLARENCE L. ROESER I'IERBERT G. WILSON JOHN E. CAMPBELL CHARLES R. OSIUS, JR RUSSELL C. BARNES ROY FRTCKEN DEPAUW . IQANSAS . MICHIGAN DENVER . WASHINGTON PUIQDUE . OHIO . WISCONSIN IOWA . ILLINOIS . MISSOUIQI TEXAS . OREGON . OKLAHOMA INDIANA . NEBRASICA IOWA S'rA'rE STANFORD MON'l'ANA LOUISIANA KANSAS STA MAINE . CHICAGO . BELOIT . MINNESOTA MIAMI . KNOX . Sigma Delta Chi NATIONAL JOURNALISTIC FRA'I'ERN1'rY Founded at DePauw University in 1909 CHAPTER ROLL VVESTERN RESERVE . DePauw University University OE University of University of Kansas Michigan Deliver University of VVashington Purdue University Ohio State University University Of VVisconSin University of Iowa University of Illinois University of Missouri University of Texas University of Oregon University of Oklahoma University of Indiana University of Nebraska Iowa State College Leland Stanfo University of rd University Montana University OE Louisiana Kansas State University of University of Beloit College University of Miami College Knox College Agricultural College Maine Chicago Minnesota Western Reserve University Five 111171117 rd llmli our Five I'lumlr1.'fl Thirty-two Delta Theta Phi CHRISTIANCY SENATE Establislwd in 1911 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE J. VV. Tl-1oMAS J. E. CHENOT. H. B. CORWIN S. J. SLAVENS R. H. LESLIE R. SMITH M. D. CAMPBELL J. D. WATTS T. J. TEARE I. M. MLTMIFOIIIJ A. T. HEUER J. A. JOHNSON W. A. ELDRIIIGE D. H. CRU'l"I'IiNDEN J. C. CARY H. E. HUN1'Ell W. F. MARSTELLER G. L. FIELD C. A. BASKE H. F. PATTERSON E. R. HUNT ' L. D. POWELL E. J. KRICKEIQ P. J. POWERS H. J. LAUT W. E. KUDNER Founded al Cleveland Law Sflmol, 1913 .ALPHA KAI'I'A PIII, 18583 DELTA PI-II DIiI.'I'A, 19005 TIIETA LAMBDA PIII, 19 Consolidated in 1913 LIST OF CHAPTERS CLEVELANII LAW SCHOOL N ORTI-lWliS'I'I-IRN UNlVlEliSl'l'Y DICKINSON UNIVERSITY DETROIT COLLEGE OF LAW CORNELL LJNIVIERSITY DEPAUW UNlVliIiS1'l'Y UNlVICliSI'I'Y OF SOUTII DAKOTA LlNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA UNIVEIlSI'l'Y OF TENNESSEE UNIVERSI'fY OF MINNESOTA WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL CHA'I"l'ANOOGA COLLEGE OF LAW UNTVIEIQSITY OF ARKANSAS JOIIN MARSPIALL LAW SCHOOL UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO CHICAGO IQENT COLLEGE OF LAW VVASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY WASHEURN UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ST. PAUL COLLEGE OF LAW OHIO NORTHERN UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF UNION COLLEGE UNIVEIiS1'l'Y OF PENNSYLVANIA GEORGISTOWN UNIVEIiSI'l'Y RICHMOND COLLEGE UNIVERSI'l'Y OF SOUTH CAROLINA FORIII-IAM UNIVEIlS1'1'Y CREIGIITON UNIVlEliSI'1'Y VVASIIINGTON UNIVlEliST'l'Y UNIVlEIiSI'1'Y OF OREGON OHIO STATE UNIVlEliSl'l'Y ATLANTA LAW SCHOOL COLUIVIIIIA UNIVlEliSI'1'Y VVEESTER COLLEGE OF LAW KANSAS CITY LAW SCIIOOL BOSTON UNIVERSITY NEW JERSEY LAW SCIIOOL UNIVERSITY OF U'1'AI'I UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURG NEW YORK UNIVERSI'1'Y UNIVERSITY OF IQANSAS GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY TEXAS lfiw- III III Il 7lII1M fur-0 GO 1 ww Q, qi. Q ,- -sb i"+"' JJ'-, ' fff-:RM Rf " .1 gr VJ .Y :ig . . . L I f' 'S?I1.k:u '4: I ' . MOR ,. . Alpha Rho Chi I KTINOS C1-IAPTER FRATRES IN FACULTATE PROE. EMU. LOREH PROF. HERBERT R. CROSS PROE. Louis H. BOYNTON PROF. GEORGE MCD. MCCONICIEY PROF. S. FISKE IQIMBALL MR. ERNEST H. BARNES PROF. I. J. ALBERT ROUSSEAU FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE LAWRENCE T. RAY HA1lOI.11 M. ICIEFER HERHE1i'1' P. SCI-IM1'rz GLENN E. ROUTIER GLENN H. BENJAMIN VVILLIAM H. STONE IQUSSEL B. OLSEN JAMES H. FOSKICTT Five Plumircd Thirty-four 1918 1919 CLIFFORD C. Bl,1l'IHRlCR 1920 1921 JAMES W. KIDENEY HIIQAM I. HAMICli RO13ER'F F. MILLER WALTER E. CAMPBELL HOWARD GRAY RICHARD VV. WANE ARCHIE N. WOOD GERALD W. VAN IiEl'1'EL WARD DAVENPORT Qlplfma qllmo Clmi Founded al U11itfvr.vili4'.v of Mirtlligau and lllinoix in 1914 IK'r1Nos . AN'rH12M1os D1zM1a'rR1Us . M1sN1scU1.1zs DE'rno1'r iXLUMNI CHICAGO ALUMNI CI'lA1'Tl5R RO L L ALUMNI Cl4lAl"1'lZli'S University of Michigan University of Illinois Ohio State University University of Minnesota Detroit, Michigan Chicago, Illinois lfivc' Ilrunlrml Tlzirly n .vp-I K I 1 J I 9 t fi- N u A n 'QF M: MV: ' j g' Theta Xi SIGMA CHAPTER Established in 1914 FRATRES IN FACULTATE HARRY STEVENSON SHEPPARD, B. E. E. WILLIAM CHRISTIAN HOAD, B. S HENRY HAROLD HIGBIE, E. E. WALTER RHODES DRURY, B. C. E FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 9 1918 CLARENCE A. HART RAYMOND R. BROWN CLARENCE H. STUMP W. GORDON JOHNSTON T. RAYMOND JEFFS RALPH D. LOMBARD ORRIN S. GULLEY LEON L. SHIPPY CHARLES M. PHILLIPS F1 L 1111111 el lhzrtysix 1919 1920 1921 MILLIS V. PARSHALL NORMAN T. THURSTON HARRY T. PORTER J. KARL KNOERLE MAURICE G. SHELDON E. CARROLL YATES LESTER M. ILGENFRITZ HAIILAN A. MILLS WILLIAM TARBELL ALPHA BETA . GA M MA DEl.'l'A . EPs ILON ZETA . ETA . T H ETA IOTA . IQAPPA LA M BDA MU . N U . Xi . O M ICRON . Pi . RHO . SIGMA TAU . Ul'SIl.ON P 1-II . , CHICAGO, ILL. Nisw YORK, N. Y. PHILADIELPHIA, PA. IDETROIT, M re I i. ' f Founded al Ra11.v.vvlrnrr Pulylcclmic llixtilnlc in 1864 CHA l"7'l5R ROLL A I. UMNI Cll.4PTlilx'.S' SCIIICNECTAUY, N. Y. l3AL'r1MOln2, Mn. Iv,I'l"l'SI3URGH, PA. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Yale University Stevens Institute of Technology Massachusetts Inst. of Technology Columbia University Cornell University Lehigh University Purdue University VV2l.SlllllgtOl1 University Rose Polytechnic Institute llennsylvania State College Iowa State College University of California. State University of Iowa University of Pennsylvania Carnegie Inst. of Technology University of Texas University of Michigan 'Leland Stanford jr., University University of XlVZlSl'llllglQOl'l University Ot NVisconsin ST. Louis, MO. Cl.liYlCI.ANll', OIIIO SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. ST. PAUL, MINN. Five IJ1Ul1l1'!'1l 'l'l1irly-.vc'Uc11 ll li 31 A ' 'aio 3 Yx xf 1, . QQ. 1 ful j' M 4 43 ' Sigma Delta Kappa ALl'H A CIIARTIZR IVRATRES IN UKBE JUDOIQ GI-:ORGIQ W. SAMRLIQ, LL. B. VVILLIAM M. LAIRD, LL. B FRA TRES IN U Nl PERS! TA T15 1918 JOHN P. COLDICN ORIS W. LIELSEL MARION S. HARLAN NEAL D. IRELAND f 1919 SIMON P. BAKER, A. B. WILLIAM E. BURIJY, A. B. - LISLIs L. POLLOCK, A. B. 1920 IQOBERT F. MA'1"1'I-IEWS JOHN T. WOODRORD FRANK IWARTIN, JR. JAMES A. MCLAUGPIIQY ARTHUR E. HOURS .HAROLD F. LUSIL 1921 1922 MERRII.I. DR F. VINCENT 1111517015 ROY E. LOIINSIIURY FRA TRES IN HELLO EDWARD J. RICHARDS XIVALTER E. MOIIIIIS KARL RIINZ ARTHUR P. BOGUE FRIQII N. SEARL WAL'rIzR W. IQOHLER JOHN G. GIITIQKUNSI' ROSS F. VVILRINS fr r' llnmired flzzrlx eight CARROLL D. H11'I', A. M. RAYMOND K. ST. CLAIR DONALD L. WOOD, A. B. VVILLIAM P. JOIINSON LAUREL A. LUNIJQUIST WILIIUR M. BRUCKER TURNER M. RUIJIESILL CARLTON F. SMALL CARLTON H. CRAWFORD HCJWAIID E. COBLENTZ CHESTER E. GRAHAM HOWARD D. GRIFFITH TONY E. ANITSBUECHLER ALPHA BETA . GAMMA DELTA . EPSILON ZETA . ETA . THETA S Sigma, cDel1:a Kappa V Ifozgzlded al the Uuiwrsiiy of Michigan, 1914 CHAPTER ROLL I Q . . . University of Michigan Chicago Law School Benjamin Hzlrrison Hamilton College of Law School Law Benton College of Law Valparaiso University University of Indianapolis CllZlftZ1ll0Og2l Law School ! Five Ilnullrcd Thirty-nine Five lfH11fI1'Ud Forty Q -fmD"v'uf'wn. igffmw J X A' F 'F .ii ' ."'-A f, .. 11. I 41. - ,Ii i 4 ' V, HI QQ Alpha Chi Sigma AI.l'IIA 'BETA CHAPTER E.rtabli.v11.cd, 1916 I-IONORA R V MEMBERS S. LAWRENCE BIGELONV WILLIAM J. QHALIC ALFRED H. WHITE ALUMNI MIZMl?l?N.S' VVILLIA M GAIN! S MIiA'I'ON FLovD E. BAR'rIaLL Rov K. MCALl'lNIE HICNIQY R. O,BIlIEN VVAL'I'lCR L. BADGIER EVEliIZ'I"1' G. FAIILMAN EARLL SCHUMACIII RAY E. SPOKES ORIN E. MAIJISON WESLIQV G. FRANCE ALFRED W. LAIRD ELMLR H. VVIRTI-I ,Toslcl-II L. ILIAYMAN WILLIAM J. MCGILI. XVILLARIT H. Dow IXLFRICII F. BLACK XlC7'llf'li Ml5MIil?l?.S' C R EDWARD D. CA MPIIELL HOl!AIi'l' H. XVILLARD CLIFFORD C. MELOCIIE ALFRED L. FERGUSON NORIIIERT A. LANGIC IosI2PII S. RICI-mc: EDGAR C. BRl'1"I'0N CI.IIfIfoRD E. BUCIILIQR HAIQOLIJ E. GLAD1-IILL FRANK R. NIITIIAWAY CLARIQNCII N. FERGUSON EARL G. S'l'URIlIiVAN'l' FRANKLIN C. CAR'rI2R LOME A. COLLIQN W. ELLVVOOIJ CAKIQ ROY K. BRIIQR VVILLIAM H. GRAvIis, JR CI-IARLIQS W. CLARKE Alpha chi sigma Founded at the U7liZ'CTXiiy of Wi.vcr011.vin in 1902 CHAPTER ROLL 'University of XfViseonsin .ALPHA . . BETA , University of Minnesota GAMMA Case School of Applied Science DELTA , University of Missouri EIWSILON University of Indiana Zm-A , University of Illinois E'l'A . University of Colorado THETA University of Nebraska Io'rA . Rose Polytechnic Institute KAI-PA University of Kansas LAMIHJA Ohio State University MU . New Hampshire College NU Pennsylvania State College XI . University of Maine OMICRON Harvard University PI . Syracuse University RHO . University of North Carolina SIGMA . University of California TAU . Cornell University LIPSILON Northwestern University PIII . Allegheny College CI-II . Yale University Psi . . University of Louisiana OMEGA . University of Pittsburg ALl'l-I1X ALI-HA Leland Stanford, Jr. University ALI-HA BETA University of Michigan ALPIIA GAMMA . . . . University of Kentucky CHICAGO ALUMNI CHAI-TER NEW YORK ALUMNI CHAPTER S'r. LoUIs ALUIXINI CHAPTER SAN FRANCISCO ALUMNI ,C1-IAPTER Five I'imnlrcd Forty-one Phi Sigma Delta ETA CHA1"I'IiII Established in 1916 FRA TILES IN UNIIf"lil?SlTA TE DAVID I. I'IUB1-IR, B. S. SAMUEL C. LEWANIJOIIP AIIIIAIIAM TASSELAII VV ILLIAM KRUGER HOWARD X7liLI.EMAX WILLIAM NIVACIIS 1' 1'lHlldl'1'41 l:ll7'l'VAl'ZC'U 1918 .IIILIIIS KLEIN 1919 1920 AII'I'1fI UR PI4:II'I'zovI'I'z PL 13 D G E S RUIIOLPI-I KIIUGIQII JACOII SCHAFI-'Izla LEWIS SCII0liN14'I-ILD MOIIIKIS E. FENIAS JOSEPH H. GLASS ISAIIOIII2 E. LIWINIL ALPHA. BETA . GAMMA Dm.'rA . EPSILON ZETA . ETA . 4 ' 4 Cphi Sigma fDelfa Founded at Columbia lllziwmily in 1910 C,'I'l!ll'Tl5lC RO Ll. ALUMNI CHAI"l'l5R Nlcw YORK CITY 1. 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WOOD JUNIORS HAIQIQY CAREY RICIIEY B. REAVILL ROY E. STRINGER HARLAN N. WALKER PALMER E. SUTTON WILLIAM R. CRUSE ALEXANIPER C. CROCKETI' OSCAR H. CAR'rwRIGH'r WILLIAM A. MAGLACHLAN CLIFFORD S. ZYLSTRA ROLAND S. COOPER A SOPHOMORES BENJAMIN DOUGLAS I. ERWIN GOODWILLIE CARL T. HOGAN JAMES A. POTTINGER H. I. LELAND COTTON ARTHUR G. CROSS E. VVARII BA'r'rY STANLEY T. LOWE PLEDGES IOIIN NN. KUSCI'IINSii CI.IEIfORD M. TAYLOR llrulr II IM 11' ERWIN F. BREDE STIEXVART R. BUYER 13 . ' I I"i:'v llumlrmi lff-r'ly-.v4'f'vn Five Hzmdrazl Forly-vIglIt X I nr I1 Xa , L V . L . . I A Lim M Hermitage FRATKl5,S' IN FACULTATE RALPH W. AIIILIQR, LL. B. LOUIS M. GRAM, B. S. HIsRIzIiR'I' C. SAIILIQR, Sc. D. FRA TRES IN UNIVERSITA TE EARL A. GICLHAAR RUSSIQLL E. CURTIS DANIICL A. LINIJOWV C. RUSSIQLL FORII ANIIRIIW J. BURRONVS V. XIVILLIA M BIcRI:s'I'RoM 1918 IXRTHUR T. HIGIII-:R 1919 EARL NN. BIQACII 1920 RALPH L. NVILIQINS 1921 GEORGE M. HILLMAN, JR. R. MILTON IQERR NVILLIAM S'I'AII1,IzR PLEDGES IQUBICRT S. KUIQI-IN FoRRIcs'I' S. BRIGGS I'IOWARll D. NIELSON NOIQIVIAN D. EcIcLIIfIv C. MUNRO ECKLIFII H. HOWAIQIJ SCIILUN EARL S. WILLIAMS TZ egrrnifage Five I11l71d7'l'Il lf'm'l3--uinr Eremites FRATRES IN FACULTATE JAMES HARLAN CISSEL, B. S. CC. EQ CHARLES BRUCE VIEDERT, A. B Five Hundred Fifty FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CHARLES H. MCCAR'fY, Phi Chi SELWYN A. LAMBERT HAROLD W. COLLINS A. THOMAS LEHMAN PAUL E. CHOLETTE RALPH E. GAULT VVILLIAM A. GORDON LLOYD A. CAMPBELL HERMAN S. HORN HOWVARD C. GITCHELL DON H. BELLINOER JOHN E. MCMANIS VVARREN W. HERRON 191 191 S 9 OLIVER H. MoR'roN 1920 1921 NORMAN W. WASSMAN HAROLD B. COULTER CHARLES L. CHARPIOT CARL H. WILMOT WILLIAM H. GRANSE EDWARD J. KENDRICKS WILLIAM H. DORRANCE A. RANDALL WAGNER HERMAN J. LEADER JAMES F. DANIELL ' FRANK H. BLY D. CHESTER MALTBY remifes I Ffzw: 1112 ll rlrml Fif Qg ll .Wx so-X5 Q fQ2E1f5QJ 'mmif w JL.. Monks FRA TRIZS IN FACULTATE Ar.:-'REU H. LLOYD, Ph. D. FISKE H. CHURCH, A. B. JONATHAN F. SCOTT, Ph D FRA TRES IN URBIZ .LENIUIEL C. WHITNEY, A B FRA TRES IN UNIVERSITA TE ICENYON H. CASE ARCHIHOLII F. CA M l'B1'I1.I. HAROLI! S. MCKICNNAN ANGUS G. GOE'rz JOHN T. DICKINSON JAMES H. TU'l"1'I.li GEORGE E. OSBGRNE FRANZ G. SCHWALBE F. LESLIE WI-TARIFEL Five I-Im1dr1'ri Fifty-two 1918 1919 PAUL O. AVERY 1920 1921 JOHN B. SLY VvAL'l'liR G. BRAYER EOWARD H. HAAN RAYMOND B. ROBINSON REUISEN B. MUNCIIEIQ, A. ROGER I. MANWAIilNG RoRER'r'A. KECN VVALTIER H. HANICS EDWIN C. BOYLE MERLIN T. FORD Ilzlmimwl lfifiy-Illn NqxX 1 mf! Egg ' ff YN I z 'glix ' I I 'TE-T7 ' Q i' In ' QQ, I 1 Q H itfiililidi' ' Phcfnix ACTIVE MEMBERS 1918 DOUGLAS GRAHAM CARL E. ROSER ARTHUR S. BROCK JAMES A. HUGHES SIMPSON C. LEONARD ALBERT S. WHITE JAMES S. BRUss'I'AR l 1919 EDWIN K. CUNLIFEE HAROLD B. FENECII CHAUNCEY T. HALL I 1920 WILLIAM S. O,DONNIi1.1. IRWIN T. SANDORN 1921 LoUIs J. HERTLEIN EDWARD B. AYERS Fwy Hundred F1fty four LLOYD T. GINN LICROY D. POWELL EDWARD M. ScHAIflf'I'ER FREDERICK M. SUTTER CARL E. SMITI-I GERALD G. HALL MARQUIS H. AYEIQS HAROLD E. S'1'oRz HARRY B. PAULZER RUSSELL F. FENTON BENJAMIN H. LEISHMA HENIIY K. NIXON WILLIAM I. SEIDEL N Five Hmldred Fifty-fi Sororities 111 brdcr of fhvir uslablislznzrvlt at the Uuiw1'.rily of Miclziyan GAMMA PHI BETA .......... Damn GAMMA . COLLEUIATE SOROS1S . Pr BETA Pru . . KANM KAmm GAMMA A1.l'11A EPSILON Io'rA .... fXLP1IA I'H1 ...... KAPVA ALPHA THl4:'rA, 1879, rc-cstablisllcd .- IXLP1-IA CHI OMEGA ..... MU P1-I1 EPSILON CMusicalJ C111 CDNIEGA . . . THMAPHIAUWA . IDELTA IJELTA IUELTA . VVESTMINSTER liousn . im' llnmlru1l l"lfa'.1'4.1'1.!' 1882 1885 1886 1888 1890 1890 1892 1893 1898 1904 1905 1912 1915 1909 SORODITIES 31 fx Gamma Phi Beta SORORES IN URBE EMILY ELY ABBOTT SARAH HARDY ADAMS RUTH BURDSAL BASSIETT GRACE COLLINS BREAKEY MADELLE LEONARD DOUGLAS MARIAN SCOTT GOODRICH HEKMINA HALLER VVINNIFREIV MORSE ICINNIE MELINDA IQINYON MARGAllIi'1' A. LYDECIQER SOROR CLARA' STIMPSON VIVIENNE Klilili PANSY BLAKE HELEN NIl'l'S RUTH KELSEY RUTH ELY MA1iGA1iE'1' WALSH MAIIY CHARLOTTE THOMSON HELEN SPENCER IONE WILDER FRANCES HIBBARD PAULINE BENEDICT LOUISE BOYNTON ALICE BLAIR QUINECH SUMMERS MAIQY RI-IOADES ERNESTINE HALL LOIS DE VIi!IiS Fwe Hundred Fifty-eight MARGUERITE Ml'2LVIN LIVINGSTON CAROLINE COLVER POTTER ISADORE THOMPSON SCOTT MARION DICKINSON SHAW MAIiIE SHEARER DESDELOR0 STEVENS ALICE BECKWITH THOMPSON ELOISE WALKER AGNES WELLS FRANCES RHOAIJICS WEIGAND LOU L. WHITE ES IN UNIVERSITATE Graduates HESTER COOPER MARGARET HOY'1' 1918 .ELINOR TIKUIEMAN ' ALBEIl'1'A BOLEN VIGINIA CAVENDISH CHARLOTTE IQELSEY 1919 DOROTHY DURFEE OPAL MATSON MARGARET LIPPINCOTT HELEN HASKELL 1920 ALICE LEONARD LOUISE DIxON WILMA WELCH KATHERINE JOHNSON FLORENCE WELLES 1921 MARGUERITE ADAMS DOROTHY HOYT ' ELEANOR LEONARD LOIS MAHER MARJORIE LEE POST DOROTHY DUNCAN ALIJHA BETA . GAMMA DELTA EPSILON ZETA . ETA . THETA Io'rA . IQAPPA LAMBDA MU . NU . XI . OMICRON PI . R110 . SIGMA TAU . U1's1LoN PHI . CHAPTER ROLL Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. University of VVisconsin, Madison, Wis. Boston University, Boston, Mass. Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. Goucher College, Baltimore, Md. University of California, Berkeley, Cal. University of Denver, Denver, Colo. Barnard College, Columbia University, New York City University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. University of VVashington, Seattle, Wash. Leland Stanford, Jr. University, Cal. University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore. University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill. University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa Univcrrsity of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan. Colorado Agricultural College, Fort Collins, Colo. Hollins College, Hollins, Va. VVashington University, St. Louis, Mo. Five Hundred Fifty-11 ine MRS. MRS. MRS. M115 MRS MRS. A. B. PRESCOTT GARIINER XMILLIAMS RALIIII AIGLER JOHN EIIIIINGER ISIARRY RASCIIIIA O. L. SIIONSLER HELEN AIIRI-:NS HELEN GIIf1fORII FI.OREI.LA MIXCICIXN' NONA NIEYERS IUOROTIIV ARAISTRONII OLIVE IXNONVLSON ANNE HIITcIIINI:S HELEN SEIELEY MARION BII'I"I'ERIf'II-:LII MAIQJOIQIIE HEA1Z'I"I' HELEN MAS'Fl3llS iDOR0'l'1-IY SI-IIEI.IuS II 1 lIIImll'I'II Six! y CHER TN ' 519' - If .I : K 5 1, L, W, ' I , fi-1 1.4 . -TEE Delta Gamma XI C I-I AI"I'I1:R E.YfUIIli.1'lIL'l1 'ill' 1885 IIOXONXIIH' Mli11ll?12lC.S MRS. l'.IIwARII CAM l'IZIiI.L MRS. KARL li. GIITIIE .S'OROl?lZ.S' IN URHE MRS. MAX 13I'RNI-1I.L MRS. PAUL lvv NIRS. HENRY A. SANIIERS 5016013 IX I".-IC' ,' ,' lf! I'-ITF MINA YVINSLOW SORORES IN UNlVlil6 Gradzmfa ALXIBICI. 1iIRl.I'IY 1918 AI.Ic'I'III-: BALIIWI N XrlVlAN KLINOLER CATIIIQRINE MACNAIII KTRACIC RA YNSI-'ORII 1919 MARIE BLOOA-I lim ILY LOMAN 1920 1iA'l'IIl'1RINl'I l-OvIcI.ANII HIcI.If:N SIIEI-ARII SUSAN X712RI.1iNllEN PLEDGES 1.0l7ISl'I FARMER RIARY BLISS 1-T1IIIIIEI.I. NIILITREII RIQVNOLIIS l2I.IzAIIE'I'H XVELLS XVINIFREU PARSONS Sl T11 TE :II TO N MRS MIKS. MRS MRS MRS MRS ISKIORTIMIER COOLEY HUGO T1-IIEME GERTRUIIIQ CARSON IRVINII SCOTT SI-IIRLEV SMITH W. GORIION STONIQR H'I'ZI.liN BOURKIC FRANCES LYON liI.IzAIIE'I'II M1EC1'TEBT VIIVLLIS RICIIARIJSON IIIA li ICl.l,Ii GUTI IE M A RY LOUISE STEERE MARGIIRY RI-:VNOLIIS NfARII'1 THORIIE AIOSI'Il'HIN1'I G1FFORlJ DOROTI-IY KINGSIIORII NIAR'l'HA SEELEY MA R IORIE VVEST B li'rA . GA M MA lips 11.0 N' Z l'I'I'A . ETA . T1 I l"r x -1 ,N 'pc' My ,.,f- 4 -,. - Io'rA . IQAH-A LAMBDA MU ' . NU . X1 . OMrcuoN Pr . R110 . SILQMA 'FAU . lll'SlI,ON P1-H . Cnr . Psr . . Oxnim . .'Xl.l'HA BETA 1XLl'll'A GAMMA A1.l'I-IA DEl.'l'uK .-Xi-:-HA lfl'SlLON :Xl,l'l-IA ZIQTA ALPHA ETA ALP1-IA 'fllE'l'A M 1'-1-A . Founded at the U11iw'r.rz'ty of Mi.r.ri.rs1'ppi in 1872 CfIlAl'TlflC lx'Ol.l. I S li U5 4 ,el an 4 3 Xv1l.Sl1lllglQ0l1 State University University of Cali lornia Ohio State University .Xlbion College g Akron Munieipul University University ol. University of University ol' 'University ol' University of Lfnive1'sity ol' 'University ol' ,Mlclplii Colle University of Syracuse Uni Nortlnvestern lnclinnu lllinois Nellrnska Minnesota Missouri lclulio Michigan ge lllontunzi versity University University of Iowa I l 1 Lelzlncl Stanford jr. University University of Coloruclo Cornell University Gonehcr College ' University of XYisconsin Swzwtllinore College L'niversity of Toronto Oregon University XVasl1ington University Lawrence College X'Vl1llQlTlZIll Col University of lege North Dakota liizw' Hn mlrcrl' Sixly-0 an xo X ,O na, 'QF 5 'P I 5' i f .- N00 I 'A gfa COlleg1ate SOrOs1s Establislzcd in 1886 ASSO CIA TE MEMBERS MTQS. PAUL R. DUPONT MRS. JESSE S. REICVES MRS. G. S. MORRIS MRS. HENRY M. BATES MRS. VVILLARIJ T. BARBOUR MRS. VIC'1'0R C. VAUGHAN RESIDENT MEMBERS LYDIA CARDELL CONIION MAIQJORIE KNOWL'l'0N .BURSLIEY BERTHA SHAW AMY SAVAGE DURFEE VVINIFRED BEMAN SMALLIEY CAROLINE ESTER PATTENGILL FLORENCE WENTWORTH GREEN MAUD MERRITT DRAKE SYBILAPETTEE DAW ACTIVE MEMBERS HELEN BATES ' LUCILE QUARRY HENIiYli'l'1'A BRANDIEBURY BLANCHIC LANE FRANCES HALL CATHERINE CONNELL MARY BROWN ARIJATH PAUL MAIQGAIIET NOVY HARRIET XNOODWORTH ELIZABETH MCDONALIJ MARIAN TQREAIJGOLD EMILY BOWMAR MARGARET MCDONALD FLORENCE FIELD WINIERED WILSON Fi-ue Hundred Sixty two 1918 GERTRUDE BROCK 1919 HOPE FERGUSON 1920 PLEDGES NIERIL IQOVVLEY PATTERSON IDA MEMIA RANDALL MARGARET MILBANK PILLSBURY ELEANOR DEMMON TEALDI BLANCI-IE ANDERSON MOORE MARGARET CAMERON CATHERINE WENLEY ALICE LLOYD LOUISE POTTER LOUISE GOULD DOROTHY ALLEN FELICE PARKER MARGARET COOLEY ANNA LLOYD MARY MCDONALD S. HES'1'ER REED EVADNE VVRIGHT MARJORIE VANZANDT FRANCES WESLEY FLORENCE BRAUN DOREEN POTTER KATRINA SCHERMERHORN ELIZABETH MENGEL JESSIE METCALFE HELEN KOLB ,wvwf ., C Foundzrd in 1868 SOROSIS NEW Yom: Established in 1868 COLLEGIATE SOROSIS UN1v1Lns1'rY 011' MICHIGAN Establixlzczi in 1886 Five Hundred Sixty-three NIRS. MART! N 1,J'OllllI'1 MISS CA'l'HIiRINE BAGBY MIIS. HENIQY RIGGS MRS. ERMINA CASE MRS. GEORGE LEWIS MIZS. C. SCOTT BERRY GENEVA I'IAYI2S MAli1li REARIION RUTH CARl'I'IN'l'IZR NELLIE VVILEINSON :HELEN Cl-IRISTIEN PRISCILLA BI1'l'LIiR NIARIAN 1'1'I-INIIIERSON VIVIAN SNIITII CATHERINE FROST FLORENCE I'I1iLMICK OI.11'E VVRIGHT ELEANOR HILL GLAIIYS XKTINTER D0liO'1'I'IY TILTON ALICE BECRHAM MAXINE STEVENS I'1 0 Hundred .S'ixty-four f I 'UC ' I W1 .1 1 . ,',f"Z ,lf '7"'Q1ifffENfI"Is'I IA I, 5 ' Mn! If ,P ,, ' QI 6. Pi Beta Phi MICIVIIEAN BETA CHAPTER E.IlablI'.I'lIrd in 1888 PA TR ONliS'.S'ES MRS. ISRAEL RUSSELL AIRS. AI.1lI4Ili'l' BARRETT .S'ORORlf.S' IN URBE MRS. 1-IOM ICR HIiA'I'1'I- MRS. AI.1l1Eli'I' XV1II'I'l-I MIQS. LYMAN BRYSON MRS. FRANK PARKE MRS. CLIEEORE RANNE 1918 HARRIET BRRICS Nl'2l.I.1E ILICONARIX ILTIYIEL JOCELYN 1919 I'IAZIiI, BlCCKXVI'I'lI NIARGARIET COIIIIRN IRMA ROBINSON HII,IlA DE BOS NIARGARIC1' H ESSON 1920 GRACE 1HAI.L GRACE GRI lflfl N FRANCES SXVIFH' GLAIIVS Bl7RNlC'I"I' NIYRNA GOOIIRICII PLEDGES 1ivANc:EI.I N IC PARKE FRANCES IQIQRVIN GI.zXllYS REINIRE RUTH GILLIS Y MRS M RS MRS MRS. MRS MRS. FRANCES ICELSHY CARL IIUBER ALEREII MVHITE RALIIII MILLER AI.l1EIi'1' CHIPMAN XVORTI-I DOROT II v PIERCE BEA'l'RICli FALES 19OR0'l' II Y 1-,A'l"l'ERSON 1x'IARJORY CLEARY IRIQNE lililill MILIIREII KIRKPATRICK 190R0'l'I'1Y CT-IIPMAN HELEN TIIBBALS SARAH I'IALL AIRIEE RENRES CONSUELA GARWOOII ANNE NORLE ALICE CORISTOCK I3E.'x'rRIcIz HECKWITI-I MARION I-IANIILEY JOSERIIINE LANG r lJ0lllI!l'L'd UNlVliliSl'1'Y OF TORONTO M1IJIuI.FIIUIIx' COLLIQOI-1 UN1,V1iliSl'l'Y OF FVIQRIIIONT BOSTON UN IvIcRSI'I'Y SYRACOSIQ UNIvI':RSI'I'v ST, LAWRIQNCIQ UNIvI':RSI'I'v GOIICIIIQR COI.I.IcOIa GIQOROIQ NVASH I NI:'I'ON U N IvIcRSI'I'v RANDOLIIII-MACON COI.I.I2I:F JOHN B. S'I'Ic'I'SON 1JNlYIiRSI'I'Y SWARTII MORI: C0l.I.IiGIi BUCRNI:I.I. LTNlYlCRSl'l'Y DICKINSON CoI.I.I-:OIQ OHIO UNIX'lEIiSI'I'S' O1-r1O S'I'A'I'IQ UNIVI-:RSI'I'v I-III.I,SIIAI.I4: COI.I,I-:OI-2 FRANKLIN COI.I.I':OI1: UNIvIzRsI'I'Y OI' INIIIANA BU'rI.IcR COI.I.IaOIa UN1N'l2IiSI,'l'X' Ulf MINNI-:SO'I'A UNIVI-:RSI'I'x' OF XYISCONSIN LOMIIARII COI.I.I4:c:Ic KNOX COI.I,I-:c:If: NORT1 I VVliS'I'l-IRX U NlVERS1'l'Y 'UNIVl'IRSI'l'Y OI' 1I,I.INO1s JAMIQS lXftII.I.lKlN UNlVlillSl'1'N' CJRIQGON S ,YY ,,.-.. JUOIIIIIOIIIII Collvgc in 1867 CHAPTER ROLL IOWA NVIQSLIQYAN COI.I.I-:cali SlMl'SON COI.I.IaOIc IOWA S'1'A'I'1a COI.I,IzGIz IOWA S'I'A'I'Ia UNIVI-IIiSI'l'Y UN1VlEliSl'l'Y OF NIQVAIIA UNIvIsRSI'I'v OF NIISSOURI VVASH INOTON UNlX'l42liSl'l'X' IJRIIRY COI.I.I-:OI-: UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS KA N SA S S'l'A'l'H A GR I C U LTU RAL COLLEGE UNIvIaRSI'I'v OF ARKANSAS N IEWCOM Il COI.I.Icc:Ic OKLAHOMA TEXAS UN1vIzRsI'I'y OF LINIVICRSITY OF SOIITIIIQRN MIc'I'IIOIIIS'I' LTNIVICRSITY UNIVI-:RSI'I'v Ol? UNlVIiliSI'l'Y OF LINlVlCRSl'I'Y OF XIVYOIII I NG COI.ORAI:O DIQNVIQR LELANI1 STANIFORIJ UNIVl'1IiSl'1'Y CALIFORNIA OF NIQVAIIA OF 0liIilll7N OF XNASII INO'I'ON UNIVliliSI'l'Y UN1v1sRSI'I'Y UNIvIsRSI'I'y UNIVI-:RSI'I'Y XVAS I I I NOTO N S'I'A'I'Ic COI.I.Iim: UNlVl'IIiSl'l'Y OF ARIZONA UNIvI':RSI'rY OF SOIVIIIERN CALIFORNIA 'IATIQ AORIcIII.'IjIIRAI. COLLEGE OF 1"if'I' l'll1Il Iirwl .X'l,l'fj"f'i1'L' ..,' , M77 1 x 5 S, . , f .-' w, .,4. Y. Y. .V lva Af: A :N IZ. 7' gi Kappa Kappa Gamma BETA DELTA CHAPTER Established in 1890 PA T16 ON ES SE S MRS. ROBERT CRANE MIQS. SAMUEL MOORE MISS ALICE HUNT MRS. ENVALD BOUCKE MRS. EDWARD JONES MIQS. ALFIQEIJ LEE SORORES IN URBE MIKS. E. C. ADAMS MRS. ULRICH PHILLIPS MISS POLLY LITTLE MRS. JOHN D. RUE MRS. PARISH LOVEJOY MRS. I. O. GILBERT MRS. RALPH FRACKLETON MISS FANDIRA CROCKER MRS. HEliBER'1' MALLORY MISS MILDRED HINSDALE' MRS. MAIQK MAIQSIIALL MRS. WILLIAM BOOTH Five Hundred Sixty-six MISS HONOII GAINES SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE LOUISE WILLIAMSON MARGAIiEl' BIRIJSELL FRIEDA MCLELI.AN LOUISE IRISH VERA ICEYSER GLYIJE BROWN MARION ACKLEY GROESO GAINES MA1'ILDA HU'1'ZEL KATHERINE GLASS ALISON SPENCE GLAYDES DAUM MARGARET JEWELL RUTH IENNINGS MA1iGARE'l' CHRISTIE IRMA SCHREIBER VIRGINIA DARROW MADELINE STONE 1918 1919 RITA LEE 1920 MARGUERITE CHAPIN 1921 CLARA MEECHAM LOIS MAY MARION KLINGLER DOROTHY CHESTER MARTHA TOWNSEND JEAN PIXLEY BEULAH SMITH FRANCIS MACDONALD FRANCIS YERKES MAIIY OVERMAN FLORENCE WALTON NAOMI BRADLEY ROSE STURMER RUTH FLANAGAN ANNE KIRKPATRICK GLADYS DETWYLER WILHELMINA WARNER MARY LANGDON5 ELEANOR SPENCER PHT . . BETA SIGMA BETA .ALPI-IA Bl'i'l'1X IOTA . Psi . . BETA TAU . BETA PS1 . BETA BETA . GAMMA R1-To BETA Ul'SII.0N LAMnnA . BETA NU . BIETAA R110 . IOTA . MU . Dl2I.'l'A . . BETA .C HI . BETA DELTA Zr . . IYZAPPA C1-I1 . ETA . . UI'SILON . EPSILON . BE'rA LAMEIJA BETA ZETA . OMEGA SIGMA . . BETA MU . GAMMA ALM-TA THETA . BETA THETA BETA Xt . BETA OMICRON BETA PHL . BETA Pr . BETA OMEGA BETA KAI-PA PI . . BETA ETA . Founded at Moumoullz College in .1870 CHAPTER ROLL f.. Boston University Adelphia College University of Pennsylvania Swarthmore College Cornell University Syracuse University University of Toronto St. Laurence College Allegheny College University of XfVest Virginia Municipal University of Akron Ohio State University University ol? Cincinnati DePauw University Butler College Indiana State University University of Kentucky University of Michigan Adrian College Hillsdale College University of Minnesota University of Wiscoiisiii Northwestern University Illinois VVesleyan University University of Illinois Iowa State University Kansas University University of Nebraska Colorado State University Kansas State Agricultural College University of Missouri Oklahoma State University Texas State University Tulane University University of Montana , University of Vlfashington University of Oregon University of Idaho University of California Leland Stanford, Ir., University Five Hundred Sixty-.vcven 'F A V1 '1 K - -. M frffag , NA ' " ',:. .7 H , 325- -Sim,-31 , 'yn NN. " ' im Engel: v , Q., I-p ng e,.,.'gE , Vi. ,,,l,:, . ' ' s u ', ' nl -E Alpha Epsilon Iota ALPHA CHAP'r1sR EstaI1li.rl1cd in 1890 HONORAKY MEJWBERS CHARLO'l"1'E BROWN ELIZA M. MOSIIEIQ EMMA L. CALL FLORENCE R. SABIN BERTHA VANHOOSICN PA TR ON ESSE S MRS. VIC'IA0li VAUGHAN MIQS. RUERIQN 'Pls'r1aRsoN NIRS. N1aLr.ls B. FOSTER SORORES IN URBE DR. ,TEANNE Sous MIQS. EDWARD BRAGG MRS. DAVID MURRAY Cowuz MRS. PAUL H. DEKRUIF DR. HEN1il1i'1"I'A A. CALHOUN SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 1918 AGNES BUCK, A. B. JANE DARLING S'rEvENsoN, B. S. HEI.15N L. B. GAGR, B. S. RUTH CECILIA WANs'rRoM, A. B. IXMELIA TABITHA Woon, A. B. 1919 CATHIQRINE PARR1: ACRLRN, B. S. MARGARET AUGUS'I'A 1WIl.l.l'IR, B. S 1920 RURY RU'rH1zR1-'oRn GREEN NIARION HOPE S'r1cvl-:xsoN, A. BQ FRANCES M. PIOXVICLL, A. B. RUTH E. VVAGNIER, B. S. Hom HI'ZX1'I'1"l' NrcHosoN, A. B. 1921 ' LOUISE S. STAHMER Five IIlHlll'l'l?!'1 Sixty-r'igl1t ALPHA BETA GAM MA DELTA EPSILON ZETA ETA TH ETA Io'rA KAPPA LA M BDA Alpha Epsilon Iota lfomzdvd al llze Unie'erri!y of Michigan in 1890 CHAPTER ROLL . University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. . Rush Medical College, Chicago, Ill. . Miami Medical College, Cincinnati, O. . College ol' Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago, Ill. . University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Min Il. . Leland Stanford, Jr., University, San Francisco, Cal. . Cornell Medical College, Ithaca, N. Y. . W0mCl1,S Medical College, Philaclelphia, Pa. . University of California, Berkeley, Cal. . University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Cal. University of Syracuse, Syracuse, N. Y. f I V1 Firm' Hundred Sixty-nine MRS. JUNIUS BEAL MRS. ROBERT WENLEY MIQS. ELMER BEAL MRS. FLORER MIIS. GUENTHER MIQS. RAIKES MIiS. PALMER RUTH MACI.ACHI.AN MARIAN HOLDEN MARIE PAULUS HELEN BROWN DOROTHY PROBST MARIAN WILLIAMS OLIVE WIOOINS CAROL VVAIJHAMS LOIS DEVEIKEAUX MARCIA PINKERTON ADA ARNOLD MILDRED EDMUNDS RUTH ABBOTT LAURA PEAcOcIc DOROTHY SNOW BARBARA WAONER F171 c Hundred Seventy Alpha Phi TH ETA CHAPTER E.vfal1lished 'in 1892 PA TRONESSES' MIIS. ALBERT LLOYD MRS. ROBERT HEGNER MRS. RlilIBl'IN PIETIERSON SORORES IN URBE HARliIli'l' NELSON AGNES INOLIS ALICE TAYLOR MRS. TAYLOR MRS :DANITI ZIMMr MAN . 1. . -.R MIQS. TILLEY CA1p1IaJ SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 1918 1919 ICENNET1-IA 1920 1921 BERRY MARGARET HENIIERSON ANNA MILLER NAN COMSTOOR GRACE DANA A KATHEIQINE SMITH DORIS BALL ANNE MCMAHON PI-IYLLIS EGOLESTONE THERESA BENNETT HII.DAGAllDE HEUSEL SALLY CLARKSON FRANCIS GILL IONA BROWN DOROTHY WILTON DOROT1'IY KNEELAND EMMA JANE MINOII x ALPHA BETA . GAMMA DELTA. EPSILON ZETA . ETA . THETA 1oTA . KAPPA LAMBDA MU . NU . X1 . OMICRON Pi . R1-I0 . SIGMA TAU . Founrled al Syrafzm' Ulli'Z'l'7'.ftf3', .7872 CHAPTER ROLL Syracuse University. . Northwestern University . DePauw University . . Cornell University . . University of Minnesota . . Goueher College, Baltimore . Boston University . . University of Michigan . . 'University of Wiscoiisiii . . Leland Stanford, Ir., University . University of California . . Barnard College . . . University of Nebraska . University of Toronto . University of Missouri . . University of North Dakota . Ohio State University . . University of VVas11ington University of Oregon . 1872 1881 1887 1889 1890 1891 1883 1892 1896 1899 1901 1903 1906 1906 191C 1911 1912 1914 1915 lfimr Hundred Seventy-one NIRS. LAU R Iam' I-2 I5II:I2I.0xv MIQS. CIIARLI-:S COIILIQY MISS AI.R:Ic CRocRI-:R MRS. Hl'INIiY AIIAMS MRS. ORNVIN BoS'I'oN MRS. WILIIIIR BRo'I'IIIcR'I'0N MIQS. IJINWIIIIIIE AILIQIIN BRIISII LUCILIQ CRISSIQY EIIITH HARVIIY NIARGA R li'l' AI' II INSON EI.IzAIII'1'I'H AVIQRY KA'l'1'llClllNlC DAVIS AILIQIQN CASE OLIVIA DIQMMON LoUISIz EWING ELIQANOR HANLIEY NIVINIRRIQII H0l11lS BARIIARA MAIIQIIIS CORNIQLIA CLARK ELLI-:N SARIIIINI' ALII'I-1 CORILOSSY GRACI: C,llI.MACHICR Iwi' lf1l?ld?l"!l ,S'f'1.IcIIt,v-tivo Kappa Alpha Theta ETA C I I A l"l'liR PA TRONli.S'.S'li.S' MRS. ALICE WOOIIRRIIRQIQ .S'ORORl5.S' IN URBli MIQS. G. G. NVALSICR 1918 CONSTANCIE XIVINCIIICLI. 1919 1920 DORo'I'I'IY XVILLIAMS 1921 ALUMNAE POS T-CRA D UA TE MA1QilAlili'l' VoGIf:L PLEDGES MfXBEI. VVILSON MRS. MRS MRS. NIRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. JIIIIN l..'XXVRI'lNl'l IIIA X'VlIl'IA'l' HORAIJII: W I LIIUSI R. ,l. CARNI-:Y DlEl.1A S. Four: A. G. RU'I'IIvI-:N PIIGHLY I?I.oRIaNCIa ORWIII DORIS PoR'I'IcR MARI:ARI-:'I' S'I'IIm HILIIA MAI.0NlC D0llO'1'1iY MARQUIS D0liO'l'T-IY NIcwIcI.I. HI2LT.EN RAMSl11iI.I, MILDRIEII RICKARII LAIIRA SCHIIQFI-'IcI.IN MAIQY I. TINSMAN HIQRTIIA RAIII GAY VVILGUS EUGIQN IA VVIcN'I'zY 7 GLAIIYS X' lilllllili MAlifZAl!lE'I' RIIINIIS MARION SPAI,II.IvINII IXLVIIA .l3li'l'.-X . GAMMA Dm.'rA . ETA . Io'rA . IQAPPA . LA A1 mm MU . SIGMA . Pm . TAU . CHI . RT-I0 . U1'sn.oN Psi . . OMEGA . .'XI.l'll.-X BETA .'XLl'll.-K GAMMA .'Xl.l'HA lDliI.'l'A ,'XI.l'l'lA ETA A LP H A T H ia'rA A1.1'H.1x 10'l'A XXLPIIA IQAPPA ALPHA Mn . ALP!-IA OMICIRON ALPHA PI . ALPHA Rno ALPHA TAU Al.l'll.'X UPsn.oN !Xl.l'll,-X Pm ALPHA l.AMnnA AALPIIA Nu . ALl'I'IA Xi . ALPHA SIGMA Arm-IA CHI ALPHA Psi . AI.I'l'l.K ORIIEGA BETA l3ic'rA . I apvpa lphh Cnmeta Folrzldvd nt 11l'l,ll1t'ZU Uiiiwrxily in 1870 CI-lAl'TliR ROLL DePauw University Indiana State University Butler College Unive1'sity of Illinois University of Michigan Cornell University University of Kansas University of Vermont Allegheny College Toronto University Stanford University Northwestern University Syracuse University University of Nebraska University ol' Minnesota University ol' Wfisconsin University ol' California Swarthmore College Ohio State University Goueher College Vanderbilt University University of Texas Wfasliington University Adelphi College University of Missouri University of Oklahoma University ol' North Dakota University ol South Dakota' University of Cincinnati NfV2lSlll3lI1'l1 College Neweomh College University of Wfashington Montana State University Oregon State University VVashington State College Purdue University Lawrence College University of Pittshnrg Randolph-Macon XVoman's College Five Hundred Sflflfllljlffhfff 'xv ' f -n -1' 1 , E d u! 'Tw - 1 1551 1 '14 Alpha Chi Omega THETA CHAPTER Founded in 1898 . .f.. . SORORES IN URBE MAUDE BISELL LYDIA COUDON MRS. F. CLARK MRS. V. CRANE MRS. C1 O. DAVIS EMMA FREEMAN JULIA HALLliC1C A MRS. N. F. HOFF MRS. B. HOWELL MRS. THEO. HARRISON FRANCES HAMILTON MRS. G. KYISIQ WINNAFRED DAVY MARGARIE'1' HAWXHURST DAPH NE DODDS ISABEL HARDIE MRS. YUTZY MARY LOUISE ALEXANDER MARIE PHELPS DYME BODENSTAB RUTH CAVANAUGH MARCIA COEURN CATHERINE COEURN MYRTLE BICE VERA BURKE JEAN BUTCHER GERTRUDE GROW PAULINE COLLIER Fwe Hundred Seventy-four 1918 1919 DOROTHY REED 1920 VIRGINIA NVEEKS 1921 IVIAUDE KLYNE EDITH LEONARD M1LI.ER MYRA MOON MRS. J. MURFIN MRS. H. NICHOLS FLORENCE POTTER MRS. C. SINK FLORENCE SMITH MRS. H. MILLS MRS. H. TROSPER MARGAliE'f REYNOLDS ROSALIE WYLIE MILDIQED HILL MINNIE GOEI-IRING HAZEL RUEERT MARY TISCPIER ELIZABETH PATCHIN LOUISE TREMAINE KATHRYN ,Tor-INSON ROZELLA NOBLE ANTOYNETTA POEL LEDA PRITCHARD MARJORIE ICING FRANCES IQINZEL . DORIS SCHMIDT RUTH WARNER HELEN WARNER ALPHA BETA . GAMMA Dlil.'l'A . EPSILON ZETA . Tn1Q'1'A Io'rA . KAPPA . LAMBDA MU . NU . X1 . OMICRON P1 . RHO . S1c:MA . TAU . U1'SIl.ON PHI . CHI . Psi . OMEGA lpha mega Founded ai DePauw llniwrsily in 1885 CHAPTER ROLL DePauw University, Ind. . Albion College, Mich. Northwestern University, Ill. Allegheny College, Pa. University of Southern California, Cal. New Englnncl Conservatory of Music, Mass. University of Michigan, Mich. University of Illinois, Ill. University ol Wliseonsin, VVis. . Syracuse University, N. Y. Simpson College, Iowa University ol Colorado, Colo. University ol Nebraska, Nelm. Baker University, Kan. University of California, Cal. . University of VVz1shington, VVash. . University ol Iowa, In. . Brennn College, Ga. Qlzunes Millikin University . University ol Kansas, Kan. . Oregon State College . University of Oklahoma . W'ashington State College, VV:1sh. Five Ilnndred Sezfenty-five 1. ff: Y n NH C I if 1' ' --Pfzki a X fu. f,77v ,sw lflml' Mu Phi Epsilon GAMMA CI-IAI-TER lfouzzded in 1904 NA TIONAL HONORARY MEMBERS CIZCILE CI-IAIIIINAIIE MAIDAM SCH IJMANN-HIEINIC ALICE NEILSON GERMAINE SCI-INITZER LENORE JACKSON JANE OSIIORNE HANNAH MAGGIE TEYTE IQATHERINE GOOIISON CAROLINA VVI-IITE MAIIAM CAI-IIER JULIA CUI.I'S IQATHLEEN PARLOW TINA LERNER JESSIE L. GAYNOR CARRIE JACOBS-BOND ALMA GLUCK ELENA GERHARIIT MARGARIE'1' IQEYES CHAPTER HONORARY MEMBERS LUCY GATES MAIIEL GARRISON MAUIIIC FAYE . SOPHIE BRESI.AU MliS. ELICANOR HAzzARII PICACOCK PA TRONESSES MIQS. R. J. KEMI' ' MIIS. E. S. PERRY MRS. L. D. WINES MIIS. H. H. SEELEY MRS. I. N. PETRIE ALUMNAE CHAPTER MIIS. R. I. ICEMPF MAEME AIIllIi'1"I'E MIKS. A, J. HAI.I. NELL BROWN MIQS. H. W. MCCl.UllE EIIITII KOON MIKS. M, D. MACICOY ETHEI. SLAYTON MIIS. G. S. MlIliYII.IG GRACE JOHNSON MlQS. D. E. SEELEY MRS. E. S. PERRY MABEI. DE VINE WINIEREII DICKINSON MARION HATCII GLADYS HUNT JESSIE ICISTLER MIlS. LUTIVIER IJELEN MAIQSI-lAI.I. OLIVE MCLOUTH NEVA NEI.SON D0llO'l'PIEY PATON FLOY PETRIE 11110 Hundred SfvcIIt5"-Vi-1' ACTIVE CHAPTER E A Nu, KIHMQN ELOISE YOUNG AGNES REGAN HELISN ROSE FRANCES SEELEY EDITH STAEBLER JESSIE TAPERT MILDIQED VAN AMBE ALMA WEBER RG MRS. ICENNETH WESTERMAN MRS. VVILFRED WILSON FRANCES WRIGLEY' EMILY YANSON AI.i'nA BETA . GAMMA D1c1.'rA E1'sILoN . THETA . Io'i'A ALI-HA KA1-PA . L.-XMBIIA . MU . NU . Xi . fDMlCRON . P1 . SIGMA TAU . LlI'SlI.0N . PHI . C1-xi . . OMEGA . MU ALPHA Mu Phi Epsilon CMusica1J Founded at Ilia Mclrnfvnliiazzi College of M11V.i'ii,', Cizioizmali, Ohio. CHAPTER ROLL .Metropolitan College of Music, Cincinnati, O. New England Conservatory ol? Music, lloston, Mass. University School ol' Music, Ann Arbor, Mich. Detroit Conservatory oi- Music, Detroit, Mich. Toledo Conservatory olf Music, Toledo, O. Kroeger School of Music, St. Louis, Mo. Chicago Musical College, Chicago, Ill. Metropolitan School of Music, Indianapolis, Ind. Ithaca Conservatory of Music, Ithaca, N. Y. ' Brcnau College Conservatory, Gainesville, Ga. School of Music, University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore. University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kaus. Combs Broad Street Conservatory, Philadelphia, Pa. Lawrence Conservatory, Appleton, VVis. Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. University of lNashington, Seattle, Wfash. Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, O. Mount Union College, Alliance, O. Pennsylvania College of Music, Meaclville, Pa. Drake Conservatory of Music, Des Moines, Iowa. Simpson Conservatory, Inclianola, Ia. I .Ficfc H1md1'r'd Sevcfzty-seven I R . 1 A e If--1 I I J KW-'fig 'BZ' 'J if .A ' Q ' - 55- . T 1 . f Nfl' Q ' -'- . -Q - ., , -f I' 'W' IJ, L 417 N.. Wh - -N': RV :".,, f ,. ""J ' , A -I ' 1 'ffitf' V ' V Chi Omega E'1'A CI-IAPTER I?staI1li.s'1Ied in .1905 PATRONESSES MIQS. THOMAS E. RANIQIN MRS. C. L. WASHIIURNE MIQS. ELLIO1' K. HEIQIJMAN MIQS. C. H. KAUb'FMAN MIiS. WILRER H:UMIfHREYS MRS. F. W. STEVENS SORORES IN URBE MIQS. VV. J. HUSSEY MIKS. FREIIERICK MENEFEI-: MIIS. EDWIN C. GOIIIIARII LONA TINRIIAM MIQS MIQS MIQS Five Hundred Seventy-ci . JULIUS ScIII.o'r'rERnECN . PAUL IJEICRUIF HENIiIE1'1'A CALHOUN BLANCHE VVASI-IEURNE HELEN BLAIR . ELMER MITCHl2I.I, SOROICES YN UNIVERSITA TE CLAIUSSA VYN LEILA VVHEI-ILIER VERA BROWN PORTIA VVALRER ROSE STUSSI DORIS MCDONALII EMILY MAGIC EIIITII IJUEMIJNG JANE DUEMLING IRMA N'l5UMANN FAITH PALMERLEE JULIA LOCKWOOD IJOROTHY DUNLAI' LAWRENCE SIMMS IVIARJORIE VANNO DOROTI-IY TRUE ght 1918 1919 lVIAR'rI-IA GUERNSEY 1920 PLEDGES RMAN BEATRICE GIRVIN IQUTH ROSWELT WILMA FLACK FLORENCE I-IETTINGER GLAIIYS TOWNSEND EMMA NOR'l'0N MARIE HOIQNING MAIQY GILMORE Es'rI,IER VlLTlCliIiY LUCY HUFIPMAN JUNE MCIJAIQISN MYONA DOPP PIIYLLIS VVILIEY ESTHER HOLLANDS HARRIET VANVVINICLE HELEN LEVAN A UNIV1iliSl'l'Y' 11163. Founded at the U11l.Tfl?7'Sl.ljY of ArkaII.ra.f, 1895 OF ARKANSAS COLIIY COI.I.IaGIc UNIVlillSl'l'Y OIf VVAS1-l.lNG'l'ON TRANSYLVANIA COLLIQGIQ RANDOI.I'1-l-NIIXCON NVOMANJS COLLEGE TULANE UNIVlEliSI'l'Y, NliNVL'OMll COLLEGI: UNIVEI!SI'I'Y or TIQNNIQSSIQIQ UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS NOIl'1'HNVIES'l'lEliN UNIVEllS1'1'Y UNTXfIiliSI'I'X' OI' NVISCONSIN UNIVIIRSITY OI' CALIFORNIA UNIVlillS1'l'Y OI' IQANSAS UNIVIIRSITY OI' NIQIIRASKA UNIVIQRSITY OF TIQXAS VVIQST VIIQCIINIA L7NlVl:lRSI'l'Y UN1vI5RSI'I'v OI' NIICITTGAN UNIvI:RSITv OII COLORAIIO DICKINSON COLLIQGIQ FLORIIIA NVOMAN,S COI.I,m:Ia FAYIi'1"1'l'IVlLLIC, A R IC A N SA S VVASHTNGTON, D. C. ATI.AN'1'A, GIIORGIA LEXINGTON, KIQNTUCKY OxIfORII, MISSISSIIIIII KNOXVILLIQ, TIQNNIQSSIQIQ CI-IICAGO, ILLINOIS IQANSAS CITY, MlSS0lJIil NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. NEW ORLIQANS, LOUISIANA LYNCIIIIIIRG, VIRGINIA 'UNIvI-:RSITV OII OREGON JACKSON COLLEGE GIQORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SYRACIISIQ UN1X'liIi5I'I'Y OI-IIO UN1VIiIiSl'FY MIAMI UNTVIEIiSl'1'Y UNI,VliIlSI'l'Y OIf MTSS0lJIi1 UNIVliIlSl'l'Y OF CINCINNATI COE COLLIQGIQ UNIVliliST'l'Y OF UTA II LIILANII STANFORII, JR. UNIVERS1'1'Y NIHW HAMI-SIIIRIQ COLLEGE UNIVliliSl'l'Y or' liEN'l'UCKY KANSAS STATII AGRI,CIII.TIIRAL COLLEGE SOUTIIIIRN MIi'l'1ll5IllS'l' UNIVIQIISITY A LUMNI CHAPTERS 1 IUICNVICR, COLORAII0 ' M1I.W1XU1ilili, WISCONSIN PORTLANII, OREGON LINCOLN, NEBRASKA SI2ATTI.Is, VVASIIINGTON LOS ANGIQLIQS, CALIFORNIA BOSTON, MASSAClIIJSE'l"I'S IDALLAS, TI2xAS EIIGIINIQ, ORIQGON BIIRKI-:LIav, CALIFORNIA CINCINNATI, OHIO I I I lfim' 1lIIII1l1'1'd SI"Z'C7Ifj'-ll III dw, . Q -191. iid' 'fa' I iv fa '- 11- v f 'K 4.34 5 -3 'Y L' . 5. " ww f 'N . Theta Phi Alpha AL1'HA C1-IAPTER lf.vfabli.x'l1cd in 1912 HONORARY MEMBERS MRS. L. H. CORCORAN Miss KATI-IERINIZ MCSWI I WFY PA Tl? 0 N E S515 S MRS. J. J. Ql.IAliliY V MIQS. THOMAS MACIQAVANACH MRS. ANNA IJOVLIE MIKS. NIORRIS BLACK ' SORORES IN FACULTATE LAURA DAVIS DR. LUCY BOLAND SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE .5'Ul1itll'A' Q MAIiGUlCIil'I'li ENESS CA'l'I'IERINE WYNNE VAI.0I2A QUINLAN IVIARGUERITIE HILL HELEN CAMINS A ALICE WOESSNER WINIERED CoRCoRAN Junior.: SARAH CAUGHEY VIRGINIA LooKl IQATHERINE CONRLIN MILDRED RAUNER ALLEINIE OYMIEARA ' Sof2h0m0rc.f DoRo'rHY O,CONNOR AGNES ABELE FRANCES GOSPILL LUCILE MERRIT1' BEATRICIQ RAIJICMACHICR FRANCES COONEY Freslmzcn Fire 1111 lllf7'L'II' Eighly ELLEN FINLEY CECILIA FOHEY FRANCES DEFNET MARY LOHRSTORFER Fl"1f'0 Hundred Eiglriy-one MRS. MRS. W Q ,M 0 NMI i -xml it 0 Onwo Avi.. 00- 'IQ ' 5 .01125 4:5 17 . OJ' ' YJ, 1- Delta Delta Delta I IO'I'A CIIAIVIIQR lixlalilislwd in 1894. Rc-cslablislzcd in I'IORA'l'lO J. AI3IIO'I"1' HoRAcIf W. IQING PA TR ONESSES SORORES IN 'URBIZ MISS CA'I'IIIaRINIc AcI4I.I-:N, Delta Gamma MRS. MRS. MllS. MRS CORIJON AVICRY IIOIIN I.. BRUIIIM 1915. MRS. CARL F. BRAUN MIIS. EIIWARII H. ICRAUS MIQS. CI-IARLIQS S. MII.I.IsN MIQS. M1il.X'1N E. PAGE MISS V. FRIQIIA LIEIGWORTH MISS MAIQION F. S'I'OwI: WII.I.IAM A. FRAYIIR, Omega T. A. 1-OwIIv, Gamma MISS V'l0I.A YOUNG, Alpha Thcta .S'OlCORE.S' IN UNI VERS1 TA TIE MARIIARIQI' AVERY EVA BOWIIN AI.IcIz BUR'l'1.liSS IQUTII CHAIIWICIQ PAUI.IzNIc CIIARII-I.IN IXNN C1'1RlS'l'1iNSON MA1iICI.1iA DIcNc:I.I:R RUTII CANN, Alpha Iota I'IANNAH CHAMIILIN IELIZAIIIQTII CONNOR LUcII.Ic 13111-'I' CATH IQRI NI-: GOOIIwII.I.IIc RU'rII GROW LIARGARITI' BARLOXV A. BI-1A'I'RIcI-: CA'I'I.IN CII DINIIQ ICNIILANII EVI-:I.vN FOs'I'IcR DORO'l'HY I'l0l.I.1S PAUI.I:NIc 1'IUMl'l'lRliY Five Hundred Eighty-two 1918 1919 1920 ARl.0'1"l'12 NVILIQINSON 1921 MRS. LI-:IIQII J. YOUNG LOIS DONALIISON' KILAIDYS GRIQENING EI.IzAnI:'rH KICNII' LOwIzI.I.A S II IQRROII NIILIIRHII SHII.I.INc: ANN VAIKIION FRIIQIIA NIVUERIIIII. GIaR'I'RUIIIa PIASIIROUCK HAZEL HOFFMAN ,IIQNNY JACOBS FI.ORIzNcIa MEl.CI-IE!! OLIVE OSOOOII LOIS TILLlC'l"l' MARION CIIRISIIANCY CONSTANCIC HOPIQIN EUNICIQ KNAIII' KA'I'I-IARIQNIQ MON'1'G0hIERY MARY PONVRIE MIzRI.I2 TRIaIIII.c'OcIc fD.glILg gIfaW"DeI+a Ifozmdcd al Boxtavz UlIfZ'l'1'.Yfl3' in 1888 CHAPTER ROLL BOSTON UNIVERSITY ST. LAWRICNCIC UNlVliRSl'l'Y XXIJRIAN COI.I.EOE SIMPSON COLLEGE KNOX COLLEGE OF CINCINNATI OF VIilihION'I' OF IVIINNESOTA IJNIVICRSITY UN I VERS I 'FY UN IvERSI'I'Y .UNlVliRSI'l'V Ol-' MICIIIOAN UNI,VI-IliSl'I'Y OF NEIIRASRA BAKER UNlVliliSl'I'Y UNIVI5IlSI'l'Y OF VVISCONSIN OHIO S'I'A'I'IC UNIVERSITY GOUCHI-:R COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BUCKNELI. UNlX'IiliSl'I'Y NOR'l'I'INA'I4IS'l'lillN U NIvERSI'I'Y UNIVERSITY OF IOWA ITNIVl'IRSl'I'Y OF PENNSYLVANIA STANFORD UNlX'lCliSI'l'Y ADICI.l'llI COI.I.EI:E CORNELL U NIVERSITY XN'ESI.I-:YAN UNlX'l4IllSl'I'Y S'I'E'I'SON COLLEGE BRENAU COLLEGE I'IOLLINS COI.I.IsOE FLORIDA S'I'A'rE COLLEGE RANDOLDI-I-MACON COLLEGE COLEY COI.I.EcE COLORADO 1. TRANSYLVA N IA COLLEGE DEPAUW UNlVI'Il!Sl'l'Y MIAMI UNIVlCllSI'I'Y VANl7lCl!BII.1' UNIVERSITY JAMES MII.I.IRIN UNII'ERSI'I'Y FRA N R LIN COLEIQIQE COE COI.I.E1:E ,TIIDSON COI.I.EcE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS DRURY COLLEGE BU'l'I.ER COI.I.EOE TJNlVliRSI'I'Y OF ALABAMA M'I'. UNION COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOUIKI LINIVICRSITY OF VVASIAIINIITON OF COLORADO OF OKLAIIOMA OF OREGON SOUTH wES'rERN UNlVlCliSI1'Y UNIVI-:RSITY OF TEXAS UNIVl5liSl'1'Y OF XVVOMING I.IN'IVIiRSI'l'Y OF NIiVAI7A KANSAS S'I'A'rE COLLEGE SOIITIYI ERN MIC'1'I'IOIllS1' UNIVERSITY IONVA S'I'A'I'E COLLEGE 1TNIVIiRSI'l'Y OF INDIANA LINIVIERSITY OF MAINE MIDDLEDIIRY COI.I.EOE UNlVliliS1'1'Y OF PI'I"I'snUROII AORIcI1I.'rIIRAI. COLLEGE UNIVI-:RSI'I'Y UNIVI-:RSI'I'Y UN1vI4:RsI'I'Y lfkvv Hmzdred EiyIIly,IlII'r'e Westminster House Eslablixlzvd in 1909 PATRONESSES ' MRS. TRACY MCGREOOR MRS. CALVIN H. KAUEMAN MRS. HERBERT J. GOULIJING MRS. FRANCIS W. ICELSEY MRS. VVILLIAM D. HENDEliSON MRS. VIC'1'0Il H, LANE MARGARET DOUGLAS DOROTHY JOHNSTON CAROLINE WITTMAN MILDRED SUTTON DORIS ANDERSON MARGARE'F CHRISTIE BERNICE UPDIKE Five Hundred Eiglxty-four MRS. THOMAS E. RANKIN ACTIVE MEMBERS 1918 ZILI-HA PALLISTER HAZEL SELEY MARJORIE ICILBURY 1919 A A RUTH DAILEY EDITH BREW LELA DISCHINGER LAURA DANIELS 1920 MAIKJOIQIIC VAN NORMAN HAZIEI. PLATT 1921 JOSEPHINIQ WALIIO ASSOCIATE MEMBER ELLEN STEVENSON, '19 l"i1'v Hundred Eighty-ive Newberry Residence Hall Gizfeu by TRUMAN HANDY NEWEERRY JOHN STOUGHTON NEWEERRY HELEN NEWBERRY JOY In memory of their mother HELEN HANDY NEWRERRY BOARD OF GOVERNORS MRS. HENRY B. JOY . MIQS. ALEXIS ANOELL . Miss CLAIRE SANDERS MRS. HENRY DOUGLAS MRS. MYRA B. JORDAN AGNES E. WELLS . HOR'1'ENSE WIND EILENE LAMB . . EMILY POWELL . MARION AMES . . NVELTHA MCLACHLAN HOPE KEELER . . FRANCES HANDIBO GRACE EMERY . MARGARET BARLOW SOCIAL DIRECTOR BUSINESSS MANAGER HOUSE OFFICERS . President . Vice-President . . Secretary . . Treasurer . . Social Chairman HOUSE COMMITTEE LOIs DE VIWIISS, ALICE HINKSON . . . . . HOUSE ROLL GRADUATE STUDENT MAllY PORTER SPECIAL STUDENT IRENE LAYTON S ENI ORS Grosse Point Farms . . Detroit . . Detroit . .Ann Arbor Dean of Women . Saginaw, Mich. Council Bluffs, Iowa . . Detroit . Marion, Ind. . . Lansing Evart . Concord . Senior . Junior . Sophomore . Freshmen Rll'l'Ii BELLOWS ELLA BLISS FRANCES BROENE SIGNE HAMALAINEN FRANCES HANDIBO ADA ARNOLD Lois BENNALLACK MAISIE CORRIGAN MILDRED EDMUNDS GRACE EMERY Frue Hundred Eighty-six MARGARE'f WYLIE J' U N I ORS MARIE S'roLz R.U'l'lI HUSTON EILENE LAME CLARISSA MCCOI.I.OM WELTHA MCLACIILAN RACHEL ROSENTIIAL HOPE ICEELER MARGARE'F Lll'l'INCO'l'T EMILY POWELL lqAMEYO SADAKATA ZOLA STEELE MARION AMES MAliGAIili'l' BARLOW CORA BASIQE GERTRUIIIE BENSON RUTH IDIEBIEI. ROSEMARY I'IANIJlB0 ALINE CAKE ELEANOR CRAIIIIE GEORGIA DAVIS LOIS IIE Vll1l'IS DOROIIII' DUNLAI' DOROTHY FINE: .EVELYN FOSTER DORIS GRACY FRANCES GRAVES 'EARNICSTINIE HALL CAROL I'IEYSETT ALICE HINIQSON OI.KlfX JOIINSON ELINOR LEONARD BLXRGARIET MCDONALD JUS!-IPIIINE MCGUINESS HELEN MASTER IMARJORIIC MliNllINHAI.I. SO1'HOMORli.S' FRl?.S'1fIMl?N :HELEN MIllil'I'IY DELIA IMIIIIERMAN ESTELLE JACKA NELLE JARVIS GLAIIYS TIICRERMAN I'IARRIET VAN WINKII RUT1-I VOICES IESTER PAFliNl!ACII MARIE POWRII: MILIJIQIEIJ REYNOI,llS LUCILLE RICE N1ARGUliRlTE ROCI-IA'r IRENE ROSENRICRG PRUDIENCIE ROIVE IRMA SCIIREIIIER lVIAR'l'I'lA SEELY ISEATRICE SELLEY CARRIE SMITII E11-IEI. STRENG AIIALA TAPI-AN MILOREII TAYLOR DOROTIIY TRUE FRANCES VIVIAN ORA VON EINEGEN M1XllI.E WILSON Fw: llnudnd lmllfg .rrven 'Si Martha Cook Building A Residence Hall for ,LVOMHTH Erected in Memory of MAR'FHA WOLFORD COOK First Opened for Students in October, 1915 BOARD OF GO VERNORS MIQS. CHAUNCEY F. CooK MRS. ANNE SIIIPMAN STEVENS MRS. GRACE G. MILLARIJ HOUSE DIRECTORS MISS GRACE GREENWOOIJ ...... . Social Director MISS FRANCES C. MACK . . Business Manager MIKS. LULA FRICK TAYLOR ..... . House Director Miss LAURA JONES .' ...... Night Chaperone HOUSE OFFICERS MARGARE'1' YERKES p .... . President ALICE HAWES . .... . Secretary GRETCHEN JONES .... . . Treasurer STUDENT BOARD OF GOVERNORS MAliGARE'f YERKES ...... . . President ALICE HAWES . . . Secretary GRETCHEN JONES . Treasurer HERMIONE CoHN HELEN OSBAND . CONSTANCE THOPKIN DOROTHY HERMANN MILDREII BRITZKE DOROTHY BUCKLEY HERMIONE COHN LUCILE COLBY RUTH CONNELY EDNA COOK NET1'IE COWIN EDITH AITON IRMA ANSCHU'I'Z MABEL BANNISTER MURIEL BAUMAN Five Hundred Ezghty-eight STUDENT RESIDENTS . Senior Representative . Junior Representative .Sophomore Representative . Freshman Representative Seniors ELLEN EIIWARIIS CHRISTINA KERSEY FLORENCE FI'l'ZI'A'l'RICK ALICE KRAFT HILDA FLINK MARION GALTON OLIVE HAGEN MABEL HALL RUTH HEERLEWHITE LAURA JONES Juniors HELEN DAVIS FLORENCE DEE LoIs DE KRUIF ELIZABETH DAUGHTY PEARL LOCKHART HARRIET MEDES OLGA PERSCHIIACKER LOUISE TU'fTLE MARGAIKET YERKES JEAN MACLENNON BEATRICE MCICNIGHT MARGARET MILLER HELEN OSBAND MAliilAIiE'l' BIaCRI.IcY WINONA BICCKLEY IqA'l'HI.IiIiN BRENNAN BIERYL C1IvNowEI'I'1-1 MARCARIUI' COIIURN IRENE CRABB DORIS CLINE MARCIIIfRI'1'E CI-IAIIIN VIRGINIA IDARROVV RoIIER'I'A DEABI MYONIX DOI-v ELSIIE ERLIQY l?IvI':LYN FAVREAU FLORIQNCE FIELI1 B I':A'I'R I CII B ICC I: XVI TH ALICE BLAIR I'IEI,IEN BLAIR BIQAIRICII BOWREIQR HliI.I4IN BRAIILIIY HliI.IiN l5II'I'I.IcR RUTH CURTIS D0liO'l'IIY DAVIS HEI.lCN DECK LOUISE DUNCAN DIXIE ENGLAND ERMINIII ELMS ALICE HAWES AL'l'A HIINIIIQRSON IRENI5 1-IENIIERSON CIIARI.o'r'rE HIIEIINIQR V10LE'1' ICEPLER LOUISE ICREGER ANNA MACMAIIIJN S0phoIIIo1'v.v RI,I'I'1fI FLANAGAN IDICLCIA G1l.IIER'r CONSTANCIQ GRIIfIfI'I'H CLARA JAMES TIIELMA JAMES GRETCIIIQN JONES ALICE LEONARD IMOGICNE MCLEOII FI'l'.Y1I III MI CARRIE FAIRCIIILII NIARIAN GILL DORO'I'I I Y PIER M A N N JYJOROTIIY I'TOI.LIS FIICLICN IQOLR MARY LANGIION MARCI-:I.I.A MOON EI.IzAIIIa'I'II PAYNE JEAN PII.S'I'0N GLAIIYS RIQINERIQ MARCARIQI' RIIINIQS I2I.IzAIII2'I'II ROBI2R'l'S GIQOROI-:NA PARKER DOROTIIY RIQAIIE MlI.IlI!lEll RIQINIIEL IIIA SCHUI.'I'Ic I JORo'I' I I Y S I I I IcI.ImS DORTI-Iv TIIOMAS ICVAIINI: XN'RIGII'r JIQSSIE NIli'l'CAI.I" V IoLE'I' NIM Mo ANNA NoIII.Ic MAIKY 1fS'I'IIIaR OAKES DORA OSTIQRIIERG ROSE S'I'1IRMIaR cQI.AllYS X7lN'l'IiR KA'I'1IIiRINI': SMITH MARION SIIAIILIIING ELEANOR SPENCER QUINNETII SUMMERS DOR0'I'I I Y T II.'I'0N BARBARA NVAGNIQR VVILIIIQLMINA NVARNER MARIIKN WIIAN MARJORIIE WES1' FRANCIS XVILLTSON VVINIFRIEII VVILSON lfivr I'l1IIIdrz'd Iffflllly-1lf?ll! 'fI!Ig,:::,,,If'1'g I- "!""!!. H H'I! HII ll III ' Im.-n., .I I I, I '- ' ul. nl I l'lI1 -In I ll In I I., '1. n, r--.n .' ,I 'I'-I ' ':Z...-I.. . lu- i.lIZIZZ:', ' ful- I' ' . I I Il' iyyInlHiluinHilr1l1i!1llnll1lVzll1ll'i hmm 'um' iIiIIlIIllIIII1IhiIlllmillllllmlllllllI y 4 GLIYIRQVQYUSQYS In the 'f611oWi11gpqQeS will be faouncl the c11111Ot1iG111G11'tS of' 111a9f1'o1iab1e 111C-?1'Cl1f111fS who have comrilouied 111A1IG1'if1lbf 'co the success ofihis volume. X We bespegk ybur paf1'o11a.8g91feT11r11 lllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllll Inlllllllrllnylllxln I II I I II I I II I II IIII II """ l""'1I'"HI:''!!IIII!!!finIl!E!!I1II!!!!!IIll!!!!I'IiI!!!LII!!!!!.IIIE!!HIlf!!f!.hi!!!!lII2!!!!.Ih!!!!.Il""n"" """" 1 P.. 1"'3EiiiifiiiiffQZ1l- Ill: Illl'II lIE"'nn ADVERTISEMENTS l- 1 - 1 1 1111 101Iaiulu1ul1:u1lu--nl1n-ll--n--ql1-ln- -ll-ulill1ll--lninl-1ll-1u I-ICOVER Maker of Steel Balls For the American Motor Industry L. J. Hoover, early in the inception of the steel ball industry, worked as ap-- prentice on the first ball-bearing machine used in Germany for the manufacture of the foreign-made ball which American industry previously thought was the best obtainable. Since that time he has devoted his time exclusively to the scien- tific development of the Steel Ball as an American product. In 1913 he formed the lelloover Steel Ball Company, and with characteristic American efficiency went a step further, originating the Chrome steel, hard sur- face, tough center ball. This construction permits of steel contraction and ex- pansion and allows for fatigue in service. It eliminates breakage. The Hoover Hall is practically made to order. ln our extensive laboratories, we tit the con- struction of the ball to its future use. Today we are making 25 million balls daily. Iiurope now comes to America for the perfect steel ball-America will never look to Europe again. A booklet about Hoover Balls-Free. Hoover Steel Ball Company Ann Arbor, Michigan STEEL LLS II ADVliR'1'1SliMliN'1'S Clothes that Satisfy You men are not satisfied with Chcapness: if you were, you would be wearing denim trousers and canvas coats, and you wouldnt worry at all about Quality. You want Quality,-the highest kind of Quality-you get it here guaranteed. You get Hart, Schaffner SL Marx all-wool clothes: you like the style: you like the fitg you like the pricey you are completely satisfied. You get the most value for your money in our furnishing goods, hats, neckwear and all. REULE, CONLIN, FIGEL CO. The Howze of Hart, Schajfner 39 Marx Clothes Mil- 111111 111111 u n-u or Q01Iw-II1nn--nn1ul1uu1nu1nu-un1il1u1ul1un--41:1 'ii SOCIETY AND COMMERCIAL The end of a i t ' i f i V L P RI TI Perfect Meal Q , i and Engraving 1 " ' '- Numjiom and L "For Ser'vz'ce and Qttczlity Delicious -None Better i i li 9 ! 0 S, S C. F. Meyers Print Shop I C E C R EAM 215 South Main Street fl QOPP. MACK'SJ i I - - -.- - - -. -..-...-..-...-. - -u.-up .in-..-... - - .. - -..............-..- -.-..,- III A Special Rate for Large ADVERTISEMENTS STEAM Es GAS FITTING I -"-"-"-"-"-"--H --------- "'-"-' 1' t DR I .se Es i . e E UNE I I I I I 215 E. Huron Street, Phone 214 F 'l Dedicated to the Class ofI9I8 And when you are through and the chilling winds of the cold, cold world are slapping you on this side and that, Cheer Up! for you can always go back to that old lvlemory llook and your blood will tingle with warm memories of college days. Lyndon's Pictures are the foundation of all Memory Iloolcs for Micliigan Students. Orders 'I 4. - - ---- ---- - - -...-..g. I I I -I 'I' PHONE MAIN 1275 I The H. F. Osborne Co. " Importers and Wholesalers China, Eartlienware, Glassware, Silverware H Housewares, Lighting Goods, Novelties Hotel and Restaurant Kitchen Equipment 'I Complete Outfits H for Serve Self Cafetcrias L 71-73-75 Jefferson Ave. - Detroit, Mich. ll I ..................-..-....-..-... ---- ..-.......-..-up 4..-..-..-..-..-..-...-..-..-..-...-.......-..-..-.. 4. Schumann-Hotzel Bakery MANUFACTURliRS OF THIE Highest Grade Baked Goods I Cottage Bread If a S p e c i a l ty H ZI9 North Main Street Phone 790-M . I n-uuvu 1 1un1un1uu1un1uu-uu1ul-lui -- I1lIl1I0fl ft- A vm 0 T I, Ig. ,zz ,, ' 03's X Ilamx' A ' I IQQEI- '-4:5 11 . ' fffrffg' QQ ' - fi , .. " I V 1 -Ji s A O. 1 ' .J 4 .Mfg ... .A :left .3 Zlinbn '92-gf-' '. :I " caiagzf f 'VS' WRIGIIT, KAY R Co. BUILDING A ' ' 207, 200, 211 woodwm-A Ave. I 5.14 f, 2 DICT'ROI'l' , fp w I A "IX'?y1f4 .gjyy- DS 'iii' WATCHES JE JEWELRY t, I SILVERWARE f+f'f' R 1 FRA'I'ERNI'I'Y BADGES 373 ,ff .- ,1,..v"' . .6417 wi' 'N WE SPECIALIZIC IN 'rl-uc mcs1c:N1Nc: ff" f - . my - sfx-,mix AND MAKING OF 1'llGH-GRADE FRA- I 'miiifl TERNITY jlcwlcmv, Immslcs, Nm'1:I.- JP- 'rugs AND CLASS 1-INS, ETC. P I E SUPERIOR IN QUALITY 1 I "M 'JI , igg I MODEST IN PRICE zgflx, I Efficient ana' Expeditious if Wi Service b Mali! ' WI y ' I. I XI fix X IMT1 fl ,rx v ,-'54, I JEWEL:-:Rs 5 "":N . , Q,:.lNl"-" 'I' I .Qlq . , ix .,.' I , 060169. N " Q I , i n I - MI. I I "a'?:f5" ' 1 ' V ADVIL G E G R G E BISCI-I OFF Florikt Choice Cuz' Flowers ami Plants 220 CHAPIN STREET ANN ARBOR, MICH. TELEPHONE NUMBER 809M I --ir . .. .. l . 'l .. ., ., . l . i . .. .. 1. l . .. . . l . .. H ., l . T. .. . if . .. . .. .. .. .. .. ll 1 -ul1nn1nn--uu1un1un--un-nl1ul1lu--lliuuxn init MENTS JAMES FOSTER HO USE' OF ART Things beautiful from all parts Of the World. 213 SOUTH STATE STREET ANN ARBOR, MICH. iiuuiuui ini 1nninn1nn-.,u1..iqu-.u1p,,- 1 111411.-..1.p1..1..1..1. 1 l.-ggi. 1 ginpi,,.,1,.,.1 Calkins We aim tO Drug have the best Drug Stores and give the best service in Ann Arbor. I 324 South State 1123 South University 711 l7Zl.Cli2ll'Cl q-.g.1uniuuinu-anu..,,1gq1l.....gl1q.1,.1l.1'l1 -. 1 1 1 inn1uniuu1un1un-..un.-1.1.1 1 ... .1 I Schumacher SL Backus PLUMBING HEATING and VENTILATING Vapor Heating a Specialty 308-312 S. Main St., Ann Arbor, Mich. l I T VI ADVERTISEMENTS eerless Harvard Gold Medal DENTAL CHAIRS Bought for the WAR, NAVY and INTE- RIOR D-EPARTMENTS by the U. S. GOVERNMENT, and RED CROSS and DENTAL AMBULANCE SERVICES All the Dental Chairs that went into U. S. IBATTLESI-IIPS and ARMY DENTAL DE- PARTMENTS in the last four years and up to the declaration of war by the United States were .PEERLESS IIARVARDS. The BRITISH GOVERNMENT also be- came purchasers of PEERLESS HARVARDS. The low pressure, all brass pumping' mechanism found only in the PEER- LESS, is a great factor in calculating' the value of a Dental Chair, and makes the PEERLESS eminently valuable for Government uses, particularly in Battle- ships by reason of their being most of the time far from their base of supplies. The PEERLESS HARVARD could not carry the honors of being the only Dental Chair to receive Gold Medals at the International Expositions if it were not the best and most beautiful product. The VEERLESS HARVARD is being more rapidly installed in the highest class offices and Industrial Corporation Dental Departments than any other Chair. This also could not prevail were it not the best Chair. The Harvard Company, CANTON. OHIO BRANCHES Suite 1100 Marshall Field Annex Chicago. 1403 Widener Bldg., Philadelpllia, Pa.3 45 W. 34th St., New York. I. J. Crimmings Co., 136 Boylston St., Boston, Mass., General Sales and Distributing Agency for New England. VII i' I 5 ii ll .l ll i - .. H .- .L U l .. .I - T - T I 1. 1. .- .. 1 I 1 1. i i ll I 1 ll I ll I ! ! I E ! l I 'I' 1:11 1 1 1 1 1qq1l.1,p1.'1l.1.g-I-1- 1y'1un1nn1un1uu1uu1un1nn1nu1nn1gg1.n1..1 1n141...1'51pp1.q1.p1qg-.gp-un-.u'1lq1l.1m,1I, ADVER S E M l1ll1n1ll-I ENTS u1un1qn1nn1nl1ll-ll1ap-1u1nn....n1n11.1 The Favorite Jewelers of The University of Michigan BURR-PATTERSON 56' COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN nfr-'Mr OREN'S SERVICE 'Wei' Hllflzere the Best Costs the Less" Cafeteria 605 E. William St. Serv-Self ' 1121 So. University Ave. Annex CWaiter Serviceb 341 Church St. adn, QQ540f746EZ0L7f 1 'I-'P it ga I it II Tl II il I1 ii li ii II I ill 11 I1 I1 If 31--iv VIII n1uu u1m TUTTLE'S LUNCH R O O M Ask any Grad-ask any Under Grad-They all Say, "GO TO TUTT'S" 338 Maynard Street Phone 150 1 1 1 .-m11ln1.1 11.1.1-up-.ql1l,1 D SEM ' PCRTRAITS AND GRGUPS GENERAL PHOTOGRAPHER Artistic Views The most beautiful and extensive set ever made on the Campus, about Ann Arbor, and along the Huron River. Appropriate SOUVE- NIRS of your "Dear Qlcl College Daysf' 713 East University Avenue Phone 2312 IX ADVERTISEMENTS 1 1 1 11.-.la-..,1..1-.1..1..1.,1,.1..1,,1..1,.1,.1,1 1 ,- 1 1 .-.u.. Qualily - Accuracy - Character Consistency in the maintenance of standards of quality and accuracy are two of the basic operative principles of this com- plete plant, equipped with modern machinery, operated by skilled mechanics, and devoted exclusively to the -manufacture of Ritter Dental Equipment. These standards are reflected in the character of work being done with the tens of thousands of Ritter Chairs, Engines, Lathes, Air Compressors, Distributing Panels and Unit Equip- menlts that are in daily use in dental offices throughout the wor d. Free upon request:-Interesting illustrated literature describing our product and service to the profession and also, if so de- sired, a little booklet explaining the practical and convenient deferred payment purchase plan, which makes it possible to install and have the use of a complete modern outlit, while paying for same. V X. 1 aww? xiii S -0- 2 Mzwcff 5:5993 THE RITTER DENTAL MFG. CO ROCHESTER. N. Y. CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA l NEW YORK I-'.1q.1qu1 1 1 1 1 1 -. 1.51..1511qp1ll1p.1.l-ql1gp1g'-gg-5.1.1111 X ADVERTISEMENTS li! 1 101011 TlITlllillTll-SllliM11llTull1ll1llllll1ll-I-IIITIIS vll--llC1ll1l1llllv-IMT I ll H . D. EDWARDS 85 GO 16, 18, 20, 22 and 24 WOODWARD AVE. KC KC H DETROIT, MICHIGAN General Distributors of F a c t o r y, M in e, Railroad and Marine Supplies : Specialists in Garden Hose, all grades : Fire Fighting Equipment : Rubber Goods Ma1z11fact1l1'4fz's' of I-IARTZ" PATENT STEEL TACKLE BLOCKS JOYH PNEUMATIC HOSE COUPLINGS SMITI-I'S PATENT BELT FASTENERS 1 igniglim,-.gl.... 1..1m.1pq-.qu-.pq.1 -lq1mqim.1.l1..1.gigg..lu1ll-nu1..1u1 P. S. And when you go back to Ann Arbor again take the trolley from Detroit. Fast. Dustless. A ride that costs almost nothing. 1 XI ID :,.1,ih, anhall Stuhin Portraits Fraternity Groups PflZ'71VXfIlkZ.714g7', Artistic, Plus Teclmicrzl Quality All negatives taken since 1899 are carefully preserved. 121 East Washington Street Phone 598 'CII ADVICR'l'ISliMIQN'1'S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1nq1..l.1qq11.l1..1..1nn1..1,.1..1q1 1. 1 1.,1..1g.1gg1g 171 Meet You At Hudson 'S -Spoken Words that voice a tribute of regard for the store of character and qualityg the home of service in merchandise. -A compliment earned by the gratifying of public tastesg by the lifting of popular stand- ardsg by mastery in merchandising. -Soldier Shop-lfirst Floor, VVooclward. -Checking Desks-l"irst Floor, Main. -Versoiial Service llureau-Second lfloor, llflain. -Reading, Xvriting' and Rest Rooms, "The Cor- riclor"-'l'l1ircl Floor, Main. -Shoe Shining Service-l"ourth lfloor, WVood- warcl. -Information llurcau-lfirst Floor, Main. yzmuam Q DETROIT X111 .n1lp1pl-.g1l.1..1..1 1 1 -n1u1u1u1u...u1u1uu1nu1nn1ul-.11 1 1 1 1 1 111.1 1ul1qg1.l1..1.,1 1 1 ADVliR'1'1SliM1iNTS 0 Zi? r 1548 Broadway fExeeutivc Oilicej 557 Fifth Avenue, New YORK Pliotographers to This Book and many other Colleges for :: -- the Season " '- The School and College Department makes available the best skilled artists and modern methods, and also assures promptness and accuracy in completion of Work. Siudios also in Northampton, lVIass. South Hadley, lVIass. Poughkeepsie, N. Y Princeton, N. J. Lawrenceville, N. J. West Point, N. Y. Cornwall, N. Y. Hanover, N. H. Ithaca, N. Y. Ann Arbor, Mich. Lafayette, Ind. XIV 1 11.1-.1l.1.l1..1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1..1ll1.l1pn ADVIIRTISEMIENTS AMBITIO That big feature of yours has a price. It will require just so much time, money, energy and self-sacrifice. The best foundation upon which to build is bank connection. A Personal checking account with all the assistance that it brings to you is the surest way to make your air castles substantial and real. Why not come, open an account and discuss with our Officers the most direct and rapid road to the realization of your ambitions. Safely Deposit Vaults Trrwellers' Checks Farmers E6 Mechanics Bank Member Federal Reserve lOl-105 So. Main St. 330 So. State St. fNiclcels Arcadel ...qui .-. ... 1 -.. 1 1 1 1 1 .. .- .- 1 ..-. -. -. .-. .1 1 1 1H.,.-qu1-nu-.gl-.m.1.llui.1,u1n ning... .- .1 -. ... 1 1 1 1 1 -.p....m1.l1n.1u1.m.-un-. .- ..- 1 1 1 1. -. .- 1 1 lim PHONE 1500 einman - GQTSI-B'lld01'f61' Co. Dealers in Groceries and M eats the place Where Quality Counts and Prices Talk, making a combination that produces satisfaction at minimum cost to the buyer. 219-21-23 EAST WASHINGTON STREET XV -1. ------------------- --- -1- 0 fb 5 :Qi fu Q 42 V Young lVlen's Clothing Shop We Make a Specialty of SUITS AND OVER-COATS For College and Young Business Men Latest Domestic and Imported Fabrics. Tail- ored by the best of Ready-to-Wear Manu- facturers. Two and Three Button Single or Double Breasted, Smart Spring Suits. Newest Mate- rials -- Correct Styles - Finely Tailored. Single or Double Breasted Form Fitting or Loose Box Model Top Coats, and New Trench Coats finished with Regulation or Raglan Sleeves, silk sleeves and yoke. Can be had either in plain colors or in the new Spring Mixtures. One of the most complete lines of high-grade Clothes shown in Detroit and all very mod- erately priced. ADVERTISEMENTS You Make No Mistake 1 nn B K' No. 60 Our new catalogue shows a very complete line of furniture, in c l u d i n g several new designs. Shall we send it? Our goods can be com- bined with others and sold on one contract on easy monthly payments if de- sired. If you select either of the two Cabinets shown on this page. Both are in hundreds of dental ofhces and are giving the very best of satisfaction. Why experi- ment? V No. 94 THE. AlVlE.RlCAN CABINET CO. Two Rivers, Wisconsin '!' ! 1. W iz l ! I l? 1 l li ll ll T V ll T V ll 1. i: rr x 1: ll ll V 1 s un-u - -- ----- -n----u-n.-----u.-I--n-----mf-nu--n--u-.M ------- -.,..-,,,-,+ XVII ADVERTISIilt11iNTS 'F I 1nu1'q1 1 1 1 .- -.--iun1.n1nn1n1,,,4 I 5 t l T H E ! I A A ii L N N R B o R I P I: ! RESS T I Oficial Printers lo lhc It l University of Michigan i L We do more Printing for the Student Body than all other shops combined. 7 PRINTERS OF -O U The Michigan Daily Students' Directory I Michigan Alumnus The Technic l " Michigan Law Review Michigan Schoolmaslcrs' I :I Gargoyle journal u ' F L, S. C. A. Handbook Text Books In English, . I American Tyler-Key- French, Spanish, I 2 stone Etc. T 3 Specialty of Program Work 'I PRESS BUILDING I Q MAYNARD STREET BELL PHONE No. I I T -..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-. - -,.-..,L 4. --an-upil-1np1n1nininina-nur-an--nn1un1uu1-:refs ! 0 - l The lVl1llard Press for the fines! F H Dance Programs I Menus 8: Stationery ' in lhc city 5 L III West Liberty Street Ann Arbor, Michigan H TllillillilliIITIITIITIITllTll1llllDlli'll7lll7lQ T lluill-illillilllllillillTlllll-TIITIITII-illiillq Q A F D TT I If . . E LING , I I u Gia ilu r i I u Dry Cleaning, Pressing 2 and Repairing Phone 2473-W Q II II9 S. UNIVERSITY AVENUE I I ---------------------------------------t--.s .iz- XVIII qtuilll-uni 1 111111111 up--nn1 The Staeb Bakery MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF BAKED GOODS Everything in accordance with the U. S. Food Administration .g..-...-..-..-...-..-...-..-...-..-..-.......-..-..- TELEPHONE CENTRAL 5880 A. E. Gilberg and Co. Incorporated COF FEES - TEAS AND CANNED FOODS GROCERS' SPECIALTIES 305 No. Michigan' Avenue CHICAGO 1un1nu-- 1 -11:11:11un1nn1nn1un..lu1uu1en1nn1 1-In .- 2 The S. S. White Dental Mfg. Co. ADVERTISEMENTS ,..,-t he hite quipment om ination is ii lPatentecl-Patents pendingl Will impress your patients, add to their comfort-make your ofiice distinctive and sanitary. ' ' It Comprises the Diamond Chair and Equipment Stand No. 3 1 The S. S. White Diamond Chair combines strength and light- ness, smooth and positive action with wide range of adjustment. Tilts easily at any desired angle and sets rigidly in all positions at any height. The S. S. White Equipment Stand No. 3 is compact, sanitary, dur- able and complete. It includes S. S. White Electric Engine, Spiral Flush Spittoon, Glass Aseptic Table No. 3, Movable Electric Light. and extra electrical connection for any appliance operating on full voltage. The Spiral Flush Spittoon, with its three-faucet supply head, saliva ejector, tumbler holder, etc., does away with cum- bersome, unsanitary hose or rubber tubing, and permits the use of any caustic cleansing solutions required to assure sanitation. The water, gas, and compressed air are piped directly into the base of stand, with concealed piping quick- ly accessible through removable plate in base. Our Office Planning Service Blue prints of office plans furnished and color schemes suggested, without charge or obligation. Write today for our new catalog of "Modern Dental Equipment," which illustrates and describes our entire line of Equipment Combinations. ,e - "Since 1844 the Standard" 1 PHILADELPHIA "9?-- XIX ADV1iRTISIllNIENTS -.. 1. .. -. .1 1 1 1 1 1. -.. 1 1 1.1.1 1 1.11 1 1 1 11.11.-.ul-..,1..1, T Q2 fd E4 QHAMPloNf 2 v ' a 1 W 1 -.. 1.11.gig-pill-.,....ui..i..11.1.1-. 1 -.. .... ... -. -. ..- 1 .- -. .....l1n1.pq1p .-.u...uin1un1nn1uni..-,ui,I-.I-gl-.lill.-.,.1.u1..1.l1ni.11..1..1..i.l1.,1q.,,..... YOU NEED WHEN YOU NEED- Metal Working Machinery-Woodworking Machinery- Tools of All Kinds-Factory and Mill Supplies-Blaclo smith's Tools-Tinner's Tools-Pulleys--Hangers-Belb ing--Shafting-Compressors-Fire Extinguishers-Paper Balers-Enginecfs Supplies-Oils and Greases-Wire Rope. "Everything for the Shop " THE CHAS. A. STRELINGER, CO. 43-51 E. Larned St. DETROIT 1 -.q-q.1n1l,-.ul-un.. 1 1 1,......1..1..1..1..--111.1 -.. .- 1.1..1-.1.n1,.-n XX cis u1n'1pn1n.-.n1..1. 111111iii 1i11 .- .1..i..1gg.-1.1.4.1nr-pu-ruin:-u lil PHONE l65 PHONE I65 The WHITE WAN LAU DRY Quality and Service If you want the best grade of work in Ann Arbor and quick service, send us your Laundry. Our Hltration and soft Water plant double the life of your clothes. All we ask is a trial and we can convince you. Buy a Cash Card and Save 101 201-205 CATHERINE STREET H. c.. PRETTYMAN. W. B. GRAY. X President Supl. and Mgr. + Iilnililhvulil -- I1-n1n v11i1v In-luv!! vvv111v lnvllisnlcl-1llvll1ll-1 gi. XXI 11111.115-gl.-,g1..1nu1.,1ll1ng1gp1g.1pg1g.1pg1gl1.,1g.1,,.1..1n.1ll1q,1,l1g'1l.1gl 1 1 1.l1l,1.....q,1q.1..1-..1ll1.'1..1..1l,1..1,n1l.1.-1..1.n- 1 1..1..1u.-.11 ADVERTISEMENTS .llIiMlilliRS O17 Tflli FLORISTS' TELIiGI6AI'1'I DELIVERY ASSOCIATION COU I Sc HALL FLORISTS 1002 SO. UNIVERSITY AVF. ANN ARBOR, MICH. 11l1,11my1uI1m--l.1pl1gp1qq1pq1.q1u.1gg... 1 1 1 1..1.,,1..1.m1..1,u1 1n1.q1lg1 1 1 1 1 1 1.l1.,1..1n.1M-M1nn-n'..,,1,.1nq1ln1nn1ql1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ESTABLISHED 1818 'rec Kofi-I llwogbg e11tleQrii??uiTrt,inh51g Quanta, MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTV-FOURTH STREET NEW YORK IOOTH ANNIVERSARY, APRIL, 1918 Clothing for Every Requirement of Men and .lloys Ready-made and to Measure Suits and Overcoats for Business Dress or Snort ., . . ' , 1 lsnglish and Domestic Hats and Shoes Shirts, Cravats, Collars, Pajamas, Underwear, Hosiery, and Gloves Dressing Gowns, 'llI'2LVCllCl'Sl Requisites, Leather Goods Waistcoats, Caps, Sweaters and Mufflers of Shetland or Angora NVool Iniiortecl Piaes, Tobacco Pouches Cigarette Cases, etc. 1 I , Liveries for all Menservants Send for Illzlslwilvd Calalogmr Uniforms for Officers in the Service of the United States BOSTON SALES- OFFICES NEWPORT SALES-OFFICES Tncmoufcon. BOVLSTON STREET 2 2 0 B E 1. 1. c v u E Av: N us 1 1 1-.1g.1,.1,n1..1ml.-n1l.1u1.,1 1 1g,1un.1lg1.g1l.1.l1.q1,..1,.1.-1l.1..1l.1 1..1lg1.l1.1..1..1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -.0101 1 ...lp-14.1 1 Billiards Bowling I-IUSTO BROTHER Cigars Pipes I Candies "We lry to treat you right." XXII 11.111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1111111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.111111111111111 ADVERTISEMENTS 1-11-..-1--11- - -11-11--1-1--11--1.-11-11-1--11-11--11-11-- - - - - - - - I i?2is"J1"-?L,Ql'f-2' 'A Q' I .4.. 11 2 E5 I?" . 'ful ek" EDWARD R. ROEHM 240 WOODWARD AVE-1 DETROIT JEWELER TO NATIONAL AND LOCAL FRATERNITIES FOR MORE THAN 35 YEARS AND CONTINUING A BUSINESS BEGUN IN 1649 ' Wrila for our naw book PICTURES AND PRICES OF THINGS THAT APPEAL TO COLLEGE GREEKS 11.1111 1 11.1111111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1111111.11 111 111111111111 1 111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11.111111111111111 HEEHAN 8: CO A COLLEGE STORE OPERATED BY A COLLEGE MAN 11 Mail Orders given prompt attention QMICHIGANSV OLDEST BOOK STORED XXIII .111 1uIIin1 inniuinuinniui .- ..nu1un1nn1n .g....ni,.1..1......,.-.- .. 1 1. 1. .. 1 -nn ' ADVliRTISEMEN'l'S 660 OMMENCEMENT Guests will en- joy the quiet coziness of the Tea Room-its excellent service and fine cook- ing. Open during shopping hours. Service a la carte and table zfhote. S ECON D FLOOR --.n-m- -In-II -nu-II.-un ------ I-I-n 0? Find I San-Tox Service and Nyal Quality The Sign of The Nurse Home remedies and toilets for all home needs at Quarry Drug Co.'s Prescription Store, Cor. State and N. 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Davis 8: Ohlinger PROMPT PRINTERS li 109-Ill E. WASHINGTON - - ANN ARBOR Phone 432-J V .i.-..-..-..- -......- .. -........ - ........-......-..-..-..-..- ... -.. ...... ..-..... T l it u W If 3 A T A E c M Il H 0 N S S v W- XXVII ' I-.liI.iqI.-g.1I.1.41I.1.gigI.-ug...1.Ii1I1n.-.Ip-..Iqui1.11.14-1.q1l-ini..---lin1l.iq.1u1qp-I ADVERTISEMENTS BUSY BEE was conceived and originated ' by a University of Michigan student. It is managed and operated by University men. It Welcomes All Michigan all the time and is STRAIGHT UNITED STATES 5 ,.-' "1-- - E5 o BUSY BEE W e offer you the zzltzlmzte 192 Banlezhg SECURITY I S E RV I C E LOCATION Capital and Surplus Sl9550,000.00--Resources 5f34,000,000.00 ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK INCOIIPORATEIJ 1869 - Northwest Corner Main and Huron 707 N. University Avenue sfo 1111: 1- -111 nuiuuiuuinuiuu-lu 1-1111- uu- 1 - 1 - sig XXVIII ADVERTISISMICNTS a!u1uu1ns-uu-nu- -- -- - -- iniI11ln1uu:uu1ul1nn1un--un-nu--unilui - 1 1 - inn--u1uu-1:1 L' :Xrthur 'l'. 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P AGE 394 33 411 339 346 369 434 296 362 40 332 30 419 354 274 275 276 357 305 305 306 45 335 336 343 364 333 334 Arlie, C 208 Abbott, Abbott, Abele. Ackley, Adams, Adams, Adams, Adams, Adams, Adams, Adams, Adams, Adams, Adams, A Ruth A ...... William C. . Agnes I. .... . Marion V. . . . ... D. '.3.7.5., . Arthur ,I ..... . .... . Hently F .... George Il. 17... 1. 1 ictoria. .. james P .... jolm Q ..... Marguerite ...... ..... Milton P .... '1'heodore W ...... 55, Victor III .... 208, 204, Adelman, Adrien U ........... ieorge ........ Albracht, Grace E. .. ...415. Adrianse, Homer R .......... Ahreus, Ilelcn C ..... ...... t 10, Aiton, Edith H ...... ...... Akers, Edwin R .... ...... Alcayaga, Juan R .... Alexander, Marie ....... Allmen Alexander, Mary 1. ..... Allan, Allen Allen ,uienl ifioyti M .... Allen Arthur 17 ,... .... Robert M ..... 356, . Dorothy .... . . . . . . . 173. liloyd P ............... llazel 1. ............. Allman, dinger, Nelson' lf. . . ' .1-9,21 ' Alteuburg, jesse .,...... . Altvater, Ilugh ....... . . . Alum Jose ........ . . Ames, Marion A ...... , Anderson, Agnes R .... . .. Hcinheimer, 17. lleuno. . . Anderson, Hernice H ...... Anderson, Charles E.173, Anderson, Eincr, . . . Anderson, llen'ry ll .... Anderson, Ilenry N... Anderson, ,lulia ll ...... Andreas, Fred W. . . Andrcasen. llaus P. . . . . . . 347, Andrews, Cecil, 412, 55, 60, 348. 355. 365 Andrews, l.a1'erne 11. .. Andrus, Vera. . . . . . . . . . . . Angell, Robert C .... Angell, '1Villiam If .... Apple, Edward M ....... Applegate, Stephen G. . . . . Armstrong, llorotliy A .... Armstrong, Ernest K .... Armstrong. Robert E ...... Arnold, Ada C ...... 335, Aroziar, 1.evon A. . . . . . . .. Ashbolt, Samuel S ...... Alsanides Demetrius 1.. 23.2.1 ' 364, Atkinson,, Margaret W. . Atlas, Walter R...412, 409, 55, Attwood, Stephen S..121, 124, Atwood. Harry A ........ . Aucr. Otis N.. ..... August, Herman A. .'3's'7', ' Boyle, Edwin C.. Avery, Cordon R. . .... ..... . Avery, Dorothy G .... Avery. Elizabeth N... . Avery, Margaret . , . , Avery, Paul O .... , Avery, Ruth R ...... Ayers, Edward B ..... Ayers, Marquis 11 .... B Haad. Dale 11 ..... Habbitt, WVill C .... ...... Habcock. Muriel... .. . . . . Bach, Ernest N ..... . . .208, Bachman, Reed ........... 373, Hachman, Tedford ...... Backstrom, Edward P .... I .I 163. Bacon, Donald K.173,340,168, llawn. John M ...... Hacon, Lyle C .............. 113.110, YVillitlm G .... Badgley, Carl E .... Badgley. Maxwell F. . .I '... Bailey, Allen R ..... .3.6.7.y . 570, 426 446 580. 400 566 469, 389 496 512 402 399 192 558 339, 124 347, 516 205, 512 391 486. 506 .55 406, 560 588 357, 12-1 416, 419 124 416 .60, 574 405. 472 526 .60, 562 169, 522 522 416 419 484 .....-119 173, 169 587 416 416 169. 518 .....416 .....-176 .....446 .. 584 526 498 328, 329 504, 546 208, 407 387, 402 408, 448 486 391 508 416,560 408 476 570, 5156 20S 416, 480 124, 346 335, 364, 572 60, 365, 375, 490 330, 339 460 228, 488 388. 390 339 416 572 .55, 582 552 .60 554 554 407 362. 247 394 205, 508 378, 460 464 162, 405 169,516 .50 .....S16 405, 466 248, 518 456 293. 476 ndex w Hailey, llouald A. .. . . . . . . . Hailey. ,loltn W ..... ......... Hailey, Reame I.. .. ..... . . . . . Hailey. Ruth I. ...... .... 6 0, 359, llairam, Harker 11 .... ......... Haird. ,lesse W ..... . . .468, Haker, llurry ,I .... ...... Haker, Irving E. .. .. .208, Haker, ,loseph 1. ..... .... . Haker, Mary ,I -...... ...... Haker. Simon 1' ........ ......... Haldwiu, C. Alcthe .......... .60, llall. Doris M ............... .61, Hallard, Milner S ......... 333, 405, Hanks, Charles 11 ................. Hannister, Mabel E..413, 409, 335, 588, liaunou, l.ouis ll ....... . ....... . Harbusa, Roberts C... ....... llarger, james A .... . ,... ..... Harlow, ll. Earl .......... 208, 205, Harlow, Margaret ......... 582, 335, Harnard, C. llurtou .......... 124, llarnard, llarnld ll .... .... 3 67, Harnes, Donald J .............. 500, Harues, Glenn R .................. Harnes, Nevin' C .................. llarnes, Russell C .... 375, 379, 466, Harney, Robert E ............. 446, Harnett, Clarence 11 ......... .61, Harnett. 'l'heodore S ....... 173 169, Harr, Giles 1' ........ ..... .... Horton, Angus E ............. 124. Hartou, Anna 1. ............. ..... Harton, Carl O ....... 416, 259, 405, Hartz, Nicholas H., ,lr.275, 301 405, llaske, Clarence A ......... 125 162, 1'askc. Cora M ...... ....... .... Hassett, Clark 1. ...... .... 1 21. Hassett, Edward 11 .... .. 408, Hastedo, Mclba G .... ... . . .. Hates, llelen ll... . ..55 61, Hatty, Edward VV. . . . . . . . . . Hauer, lfrederick ............ .... Hauer. Ralph 1. .............. 163, llauman, Frank 1 ..... 209, 205 437, ll:uunaun, Carl 1. ............ 163, Haumgarten, Eldeu C. . . 173, 330, 169. Haxter, Charles S ..... .......... Heach, Earl VV .... .. 512, llcach, Luther 11 ............ .... Hach, Robert S ............., .61, Heath, Charles 1' .... 362, 363, 215, Heardsley, Raymond R ....... ..96, llleaullieu. Elton ,l ................ Heaver, Charles R ................ Heaven, Paul W .... ...173, 169, Becker, Fred W. . . .. . . 405, Hecker, 11arry lf .... .... 3 67, Becker, Samuel XV .... ...61, Beckham, Alice E .... lieekley, Margaret M ..... Beckley. Winona ,I ....... Beckwith, Beatrice N. .... 1-lcckwith, llazcl 1. .... 334 Beernink, Ernest 11 ....... Helm. Claud W' ........... Hciswenger. 11arold P... Helknap. ,lohn 11 .... llell, llon .......... Bell, Ferdinand C... licllcs. Nellie A .... Hellinger, Don 11... Hellrose, Vernon K, Hellows, Ruth A .... Hcndcr, NOIQIIIRII C.. siabf 335 2105: llcircdict, Margaret P ...... 381 llenjamiu. Glenn 11. llcunallack. 1.ois M. Hennett. Alvin C ..... Bennett, Edward G. . . . Bennett, 11arry P ..... Bennett, Maxille C ...... . , . Bennett. Richard 11 ......... Bennett, Theresa 17 .......... Henson, Gertrude C ...... 587, Bcnzing, George, Jr ......... Bergen, Herbert M .... . . . Berger, Herbert 1. ...... Hergstrom. Victor W .... Berman. Robert ........ Merry, Earl ....... -- . . Herry, liennetka W... .SM 589, 268, 364, 5.2.9, 161, 500, 426, 2a'0b'. 4061 5255 .4 110 40 470 68 478 208 360 .192 488 416 508 472 270 531-1 560 570 514 466 6. 2 500 512 587 482 518 526 209 1.2-1 530 506 506 405 .408 363 416 480 478 532 587 1 2,5 458 .413 fm 56.. 546 :416 346 508 1:12 367. 518 434 548 125 454 279 488 -458 -146 514 -168 516 526 564 116 -416 564 564 407 522 518 514 fsoo .389 468 .61 552 1482 586 526 558 53-1 .586 .448 .464 468 .62 1522 .570 416 62 494 . 209 54S .405 .276 .417 Hevens, 'Iva R. . . . . Hialosky, l.cou If. . . Hlce, Myrtle E ,.... Higelow, Earl ,I ...... Higelow, Reuben ...... ... Higelow, Truman M.. Hinhammer, '.l'heodore Hintz, Karl .......... Hird, Robert V ...... Hirckelbow, Lloyd 1... 'I ....121. 339, 395 ilbf 'iid' 3.00. 1 ..62 .4911 .574 .410 .450 .446 ..02 125, 405 .125 524 Hirdsell, Margaret ........, 566, 55, 62 Hirmiugham, Laura G .............. 62 Hishop, Clark W .... .,........... 4 52 Bishop, George E ............... ...462 Hlack, Alfred F .... ...341, 345, 228, 224, 5-10 Blackburn, Abigail ........ 416, 62, 402 lllair, Alice 11 ..... ....... 5 89, 558 Hlair, 11elen ,I ..................... 589 Hlair, William A .................. 408 Hlake. Pansy Y .... 55 62, 334, 360, 558 Hlakeslec, Wlillis .............. 393, 478 Hlauchard. Frank N. ............. 347 Hlashill, Stuart ,I .... ..., 5 5, 63, 400 Blcicll, Harry E ....... ..... 4 31, 466 Blessed. Clarence D, . .......... 456 Hlinstrub, Camille .... .... 5 5, 63, 401 miss. Ella C ......... ...406, 63, 400 lllom. Cornealius XV. . .......... 444 Hloom. Marie L ..... . .. . ....560 Hlough, liemreth G.. . ..., 464 Hlumberg, llermau.. . ..... 163 Hlnmrosen, 11eleu M. . ....... 416 Hly, Frank ll ....... .,....... 5 50 Hodenstab. Dyme ..., .... 4 17, 574 Hoehm. Wm. J ...... . ........ 492 lloehnlein, Armin 121 .... ...... 2 50, 512 Hoes, Reinhold E .... ....... 4 05, 377 Holm, Arthur ....... .... 3 42, 3775 192 lioice, Ralph E... ........ 63, 518 lloice, Wm. H ...... ....... 1 25, 396 Halen, Alberta 1, .............. 63, 558 llolender, George K ...... 209, 205, 405, 407, 524 Hellman. Jesse 1. ..... ............ 3 47 llolt, Frederick C .............. 55, C3 Holton, Seymour V ................ 496 Boltwood, Lucius C .... 342, 377, 192 Bonar, Lee ........ 55, 347, 63, 275, 279 Bond, James D ................... 466 Bond, Kenneth D ............ ..... 4 66 Bonisteel, William I ...... 228, 224, 510 Bonney, Anis, Ir ............. 121, 125 Boos, Charles F..50, 54, 63, 355, 365 273, 279, 458 Booth, Paul L ...... ............... 4 48 Booth. Wm. G ....... ........ 4 70 Boothby, Bryce. ...... ........ 4 70 Bernstein, Samuel C .......... 275, 301 Bosch, I. A. Vanden .....,.. .219, 205 Bothe, Frederick A ........ 270, 64, 518 Bourke, Helen M.64, 334, 335, 360, 560 Bourne, N. Warren ..... ........... 4 05 Bovaird, Davis D ......... ' ..... 474, 64 Bovee, David G .... ' ........ 125 Bovill, Edwin G .......... 268, 293, 474 Bowbeer,,Beatrice F .... , .,... 589, 416 Bowen, Eva M ....... 417, 409, 582, 64 Bowen, Karl W ...... .......... 431 Bowerman, Edward ............... 508 Bowers, Edwin C ........ . ........ . Bowles, 1-Iarry L. W.. 492 Bowman. Merchant B ......... 356, 462 Boyd, Alan W .,..... 64, 274, 261, 279, 301, 387, 462, 504 Boyd, John L ................ 232, 514 Boyd, William M ...... ............ 4 62 Boydell, Clarence W ..... ..... 4 78 Boyer, Stewart R ...... ,,,, 5 46 Boynton, Louise . Bozer, 1-Ierman E .... Bradley, Helen L .... . Bradley, Naomi S .... Bradley, Robert . .....552 ..........5S8 518 .....,.347, S66 ....409, 426, Brainard, Clifford 407,-516 Brandebury, I-lenryetta ..... 55, 64, 562 Brandt, Carl G ............... 388, Branson, Margaret .. Braude, lacpb N. .400, 55, 64, 390, 408 Braun, 1 ugo E ...... 468, 365, 368, Braun, Louis Hraver, Walter G ........ 126, 427. Brede, Alexander. .. Brede, Erwin .... .......1,ss, 450 391 373 504 552 65 546 70, 128 11, 562 Brennan, Kathleen E .... .... 5 89, 381 Brenner, Samuel 1-I ....... 498 Bretz, Goebel C ..... .. . .... 431 Brew, Edith L' ...... ...584 Brewer, F. Lee ..... . ........ 444 Brezner, Barnet .... ............. 4 98 Bridgman, Francis K .............. 458 Brier, Roy K ......... .... 3 41, 65, 540 Briggs, Charles ......... .500 Briggs, Forrest S .... ........ .... 5 4 8 Briggs, Har1'iet A... ...329, 65, 564 Brink, Edward H. . . .......... 486 Brinkman, Elmer O. . ........ 391 Britton, Edgar C .... ..... 3 41 Britton, Frank ...... .482 Britton, John H ....... .... 2 93, 435 Britzske, Mildred R. .. .... 165, 588 Brock, Albert L ..... .......... 2 09 Brock, Arthur S ..... . ............. 554 Brock, Gertrude E ......... 360, 65 562 Brockway, Warner C ..... 339, 357, 121, 126 546 Broderick, Joseph H ..... 409, 329, 361, 365, 373, 246 474 Broene, Frances M ........ 375, 65 586 Bromley, Donald C ................ 382 Broock, Ferdinand M ....... . ...... 486 Broock, l-Iarold ................... 486 Brooks, June R ...... ...359, 65, 402 Brooks, Leonard J. . . . . ...... . . . .486 Brooks, William E ................ 435 Brotherton, VVilher lt., Jr .... .... 3 47 Brower, Robert C .......... ...520 Brown, Bernice I .... ..........,. 5 70 Brown, Donald R .... ............ 1 92 Brown, Edmund .... 126, 427 496 Brown, George M .............. 65 417 Brown, Clyde V ............... 66 566 Brown, Helen S ...... 55, 334, 336, 360, 66, 570 435 Brown, James C .... . . . ........ . . .66 Brown, Jolm C ..... ........ 4 16 Brown, lohn D ...... ........ 4 19 Brown, 'Mary D.. ..... ..... 4 09, 562 Brown, Raymond I' ............ 66, 462 Brown, Raymond R ....... 66, 400, 536 Brown, Robert E ............. 174, 169 Brown, Robert H... ............ .269 Brown, Stanley C ....... . ..... 262, 522 Brown, Vera H .... 66, 55, 375, 578 416 Brown, VVilliam F ................. 192 Brow11e, VVilliam F ................ 486 Bruce, Louise . . . ..... . . .66 Brush, leulah A ..... ...66 572 Bryan, Charles M ..... ....... 4 46 Buebman, Abraham S .... ..... 6 7, 407 Buck, Laura A ........ .... 1 69, 568 Buckley, Dorothy T .......... 67, 588 Buckley, Joseph B ................. 126 Buckmaster, DeForest W. .270, 482 S06 Buehrer, Clifford C ............. A. . .584 Buell, Charles E .......... 373, 67, 488 Buell, Floyd E ......... .... .. ..... 4 10 Bullen, Guy R ...... . ............. 414 Bullen, Marguerite O .............. 417 Bullis, Helen P .................... 67 Bulmer, John F ..... 209, 205, 427, 524 Bumpus. Jesse A .................. 452 Buol, Robert S ............... 378, 458 Burby, VVilliam E .... 343, 249, 387, 538 Burke, Vera G .................... 574 Burkhardt, George E ............ 414 Burkholder, Felix S ...... 210, 205, 512 Burkholder, Paul W. . .. .... . . . . .478 Burkholder, VVinifred L ........... 417 Burnell, Max D .......... 174, 169, 506 Burnett, Gladys M .... ............. 5 64 Burns, Elmer C ...... . ..... 126, 370 Burr, Alfred J .................... 518 Burrows, Andrew J. .......... ..... 5 48 Burrows. George H ....... 163, 162, 496 Burrows. Leo I .............. 435, 446 Burtless, Alice M .... ......... 3 78, 582 Burton, Frederick W. ...... 250, 524 Busman, George J .... 174, 168, 169 522 Butcher, Jean F ........ ...... ..... 5 7 4 Butler, Clarence L ............ . . . .496 Butler, Edith P ..... ....... 5 64 Butler, Edward C .... .... 3 56 192 Butler, Florence K ..... .......... 4 17 Butler, Helen ........ ......... 4 15, 589 Butler, Ronald A ......... 343, 368, 520 Butterfield. l.Ill'llll'l' VV ..-- 373. 417 433 Butterfield. Marion L ............. .560 Byers, DeLloyd F ...... ...... 4 08, 512 Byrne, Gilbert R .... ..... 4 00, 405 Index-Continued CI Cadwell. Geo. A .......... 375, 405, 458 Cady, Ralph H... ..... 339, 359, 126 Caliey, John P .... ....... 4 82, 506 Cake, W. Ellwood ........ 341, 488, 540 Cameron, John D.... .... 373, 279, 458 Camins, Helen C .......... 67, 580, 406 Campbell, Alphia J. ................ 67 Campbell, Archibald F ........ 126, 552 Campbell, Chesser M..329, 375, 276, 470 Campbell, Clarence B ......... 362, 407 Can1pbell, Gordon ................ 357 Campbell, John E ...... 55, 355, 67, 382 399, 484, 530 Campbell, Lloyd A ................ 550 Campbell, Morse D ..... ...67, 261, 532 Campbell, Walter E. . .. ........ . .534 Canlield, Dwight J ................ 437 Cann, Ruth E ................ 582, 41,6 Cannon, Laura ................ 409, 68 Cannon, Lucy M ..... 335, 68, 406, 419 Carey, 1-Iarry M ..... 361, 365, 399, 546 Carlson, Carl W .................. 488 Carlson, Iva V .... Carpenter, McKim ... Carpenter, Ruth M ...... , Carpenter, Uri A. . .. Carrick, Paul E .... .... Carroll, Phil ...... .... 1 20, 126, Carroll, Philip, Jr ....... Carter, Andrew A ..... .. Carter, Franklin C. . .341, Carter Ruth O ......... Cartwright, Jame.a ll., Jr. .3-8. Cartwright. Oscar I-I ..... Cary, Bohn C..409, 276, Case, Case, Francis H... Case, Kenyon H ..... Cassidy, Melvin J .... Cathcart, Edward P. Catlin, Ada B ....... Cavanagh. Paul E .... Cavanaugh, Ruth L. "velyn ..........408 ..409 68564 .......4os, 518 ..........47o 395, 405,407,427 ..........3s4 ..........417 127,427,540 ..........417 2 193. 191, 397,427 .274, 279,546 387, 391, 532 ..........S72 .....37s, soo, 466 .......3c.r., 552 . ......... 452 .... 270,506 ....s82, 426 .....524 .....574 Cavendish, Virginia G ..... .. ..68, 558 Cetlinski, Constantine A .... ..... 4 01 Cetnar, Adam J .......... .... 4 01 Chadwick, Marcus ...... ...... 6 8 Chadwick, Ruth A ..... ...68, 582 Chadwick, William F .......... 210, 508 Champlin, llannah I.. ........ 364, 582 Cham lin, Paulene M. .335, 360, 68, 582 Chandler, Roy A ............. 373, 399 Chang, Wyszie S ...... Chapin, Ernest K ..... . Chapin, Marguerite .... .. ...... .... 4 33 417 .......347, . .334, 335, 589, 258 426, 566 Chapman, 1-larry R ................ 524 Chapman, I-lerman H ..... ...... 6 9, 391 Charpiot, Charles L ........ 69, 407 Chase, IJohn M ...... Chen, 'orman .... Chen, Yu Chang. . . Chen, Yu Soo ................ Chenik, Ferdinand ....... Chenot, James E ..... 409, ......329, , 550 390 ..... .433 365, 368 Cherry, Harold M ....... 127, 363, 279 Chester, Doroth K .... ...... Chipman, Dorotliy Chipman, M. Adeline ..... J ...... 127, 127, 433 433 401 , 532 275, 450 566 .69, .........564 .........417 Cholette, Paul E., Jr ..... 329, 375, 550 Chopp, Chester C. ...... ........... 4 88 Chow, Chung-Ki ..... .......... 4 33 Choy, Bung C ......... ...... 1 27, 433 Christen, Helen F ............. 375, 564 Christenson, Ann .......... 349, 69, 582 Christiane , Marion E ........ 582, 417 Christie, Airthur L ......... ........ 3 96 C11ristie, Margaret ....... 584, 426, 566 Chynoweth, Beryl M .............. 589 Clark, Albert A ....... .......... 4 46 Clark, Albert L ...... .. .... ..127, 427 Clark, Charles S ......... 361, 375, 460 Clark, Cornelia K ................. 572 Clark, Fitzgerald H. M .......... 482 Clark, George A. .339, 121, 127, 396, 435 Clark, Jessie E ..................... 69 Clark, Stevens S .................. 464 Clark, Webb R ........... 387, 389, 391 Clarke, Charles W ........... 488, 540 Clarke, Miriam A ...... ...... 3 35, 417 Clarke, Norman E ..... .. ....... 516 Clarkson, Sall ........... ..... 5 70 Clarkson, Willliam S. ....456 Clary, Frederick E .... .. Clea1'y, Marjory J. . Cleary, Robert M .... Cleaver, Benjamin J. Clema, Clarence J.. Cliilord, F. Orville. Cline, Doris A ...... Clippert, Conrad J. . . Cobane, John H .... . . hh. Cobbs, Reginald bl ..... Coburn, Catherine R .... .. Coburn Marcia M .. Coburn: Margaret Mi . . 1 Cohen, . . , , Cohen, llavid ....... Cohen, Pauline ll . . . Abe J .... . . Cohen, Samuel L.. ....... 377. Cohn, Hermione NV ......... Colby, Lucille 31. ........... . Colden, John P ....... . ..193. Cole, lava L ....... Cole, Robert C ..... Cole, Russell A .... 169, 305: s74. 589, 274, 436, 193, .70, ..70, 190, 1761 170, 2118, 358, 354, 399, Cole, bvlllllllll E .... ........ Collen, Lurne A. . . . . .3-ll. Collier, Pauline .............. Collins, Albert R ......... 210, Collins. Carroll W ........... Collins, llaroltl. .-112, 329, 339, 128, 396, Collins, lloward N ...... ,..,, Collins. William ll . .. .339 Colma. Joseph ....... I Comloquoy, John NV. Comlossy, Alice E... Comstock, Alice l.... Comstock, Joseph ll.. Comstock, Nan, fltfrs. Conant, 1811011138 NV. . . Cone. Arthur E ..... . . . ..3-5.61, .l. lm. 121, sos 128, 2127. 572. sbbi .7o, 396, 293, 405, Conklin, llarriet K .......... .,.. Conklin, 'l'heodore ll .......... 456, Connell, Amos C .............. 128, Connell. Catherine C..7l. 381. 394. Connell. John If ......... 340. 367. Connell, Wade P ............ 391, Colmsly. Ruth ............. 3 Ju, 334, Connor. Elizabeth Nl ......... .... CCOk, Addison P ...... . . . . . . iook. Edna M ...... ...... 7 1, Cook, Robert .......... ..... .... Cook, William 1' ............, ,,,, Cevley- Mnrgmei ll ...... ss. 37s. , 381. 394, CUUHCY. Francis M .... .,.,, ,,,, Coons. Eva 31 ...... ...... . . . Coons, Jolm 11 ...... ...23-l, .232 Cooper, llester 1. .... ......... c,9U1'U'. Roland S .... . . .362, 275, Copeland. Mary A. . . .. ... ,,,, Coram, Edward J ........... -156, Corcoran, William A.. ........ 276, Corcoran. Winifred ll. .33, 71, 580, Corlett, Robert C ........... 1.28, Corley, Cecil ................ .... Corrigan. Maisie ll ............... Corson. Harold ....... 409, 339. 128, C'0SSi!t. llarr R ............ .... Qottioxzton. Charles ll ........ 405, 990011. ll. J. Leland .... . Cotton. Jolm V ........ .... Coulter, llarold B ..... ...... Covell, Mary E ...... ........ Cowan. Walter G ..... .... 2 70, Cowell, Edward 11 ..... .. .. Cowen, llolland 31 .... ..... 4 00, Cowin, Nettie A ..... .... 7 1, Cox. Kenneth K .... Coxon, Alfred W.. lr... Cozarld, Gladys Crabbe, Eleanor G... Crabb, Irene J .. Craig. Charlotte R ............... Cramer, Clifford H ............ 121, Cramer, Harold C ...... 330, 210, mr, Crandall. Ernest R...345, 228, 224, Crane Louis S . . .................. Crimson. Rex P. . . .. , Cress, Earl H ....... Cress. Elmer W .... A . Crissey, Lucille. . . . . ....210 205, 'v ........3,5, 276, I ..... 72, Cristanelli Ester C ..... .......... Crocker, Lionel G .... ..... 3 33, 72, Crockett, Alex C ...... ....333, 361, .458 564 516 128 512 427 589 -458 528 504 574 417 564 279 498 .70 490 588 588 538 .70 528 518 540 574 524 484 121, 550 456 396 193 452 268 564 520 570 427 .55 580 506 396 562 168 476 588 552 452 588 440 270 580 417 528 558 546 .71 526 518 406 460 407 586 405 478 460 546 193 550 . 71 522 479 456 588 193 518 .72 587 589 416 129 205. 500 397 129 407 486 486 572 416 405 546 584 462 Cronin, Elizabeth.. Cross, Arthur G... Crossby, Valois E.. Crossley, John D.. Cxoushore, James Crozier, Florence Crozier, Frances. . . Eff. s .... Crulkshonk, Charles L ........ Cruse, William R.362, 247 274, Cruttenden, Denman .,........ Cudlip, Merlin A. ............ Culver, Frank W ......... 274, Culver, Guy D ..........,..... Cummings, Cecil R ..., ..... Cummings, Glenn ........ .. Cummings, Joseph W ......... Cunliffe, Edwin K ............ Curtis, Frank E .... . ....... .. Curtis, Russell E .... ..... 5 08, Curtis, Ruth M. .. . . . . . . . Curtis, Ruth M ....... ..... D Cusieanqui, Armando D ....... Czaderiski, Masymillan J ...... Dailey, Helen R .............. Dakc, George E .......... .... . .174, 163, Dana, G Daniell, Daniels, Daniels, Daniels, Darling Darling: Darnall, I. James F. aceJ ..... .. '2'7'9', -2-79-, 2615, 3332 427, 416, 405, .72, Dudley Afiff .ff Laura M .... .... Russell ll Donald 13 ............ Lewis H. Joseph R 273, 1'68, Darrow, V . . . Daugherty, Harold A... Daum, Gladys C ....... Margaret Daveirport, Wlartl A . . . . . . Davidson. Otto C., J1' .... Davies, Elwyn G ....... 582 Davis Davis . Davis, Davis Davis Davis Davis Davy,, Doroth D. . .. Edward, C ..... ....... Georgia M ............. Helen I .... ' Katharine N ..... Malcolm W .... Paul O ...... Winifred. .. Day, Harry F .... Dcam, Roberta E. Deck, Helen ........... Decker, David B., Jr... Decker, David H ...... Dee. Florence A ...... .. Defnet, Frances K ...... de Goenaga, Francisco H .... lic-Kruif. Lois M ......... Delirnif, Paul H Dellano, Herman 1 Deming, Harte E. . Dcmmon, Olivia. Dengler, Marelka C ........... Denig, Walter W ......... 210 ..588, .......57 Dennee, Howard A ........... DeNobel, Richard ..... DeRuiter, Martin ....... DeSpeldcr, Alonzo 13... DesRocl1es, Philip W .... Detro, John C ........... Detwyler, Gladys T ...... Devereaux Lois A ...... deVilliers, Elizabeth fieVillicrs, Schalk I. s..fII B ..... DeVine. Mabel ..... .......... DeVries, Gorydon ............ DeVrics, Fenno DeVries Lois B .......... 335. Dickinson, John T ........... Dickinson, Winifred Diebel, Ruth M ......... .... Diekema. G. J. J ............ Dieterle, Robert R.. , , Dietrich, Karl A ............. Diffenderfer, Davis Ding, Gladys F .............. Dinwiddie, Goldwin C ........ Dinwidclie, Wm. S. . .412, 329, Dieterle. Herbert D ....... 174, 405 416 A ....... 357, 121, Dischinger, Lela A . . . . ....... Dixon, Louise ..... . . ,..... M ........ 's's4', 367, ass, 589, 4161 381, .72, sso, 415, 216, 1721 205. '121, .73, i752 587, 259, 576, 169, 480, 579: 339, 129, 9 -11 ..72 .546 .390 .427 .492 .416 .416 .460 546 .532 .500 454 522 .399 .492 .444 554 .526 51? .4111 .589 ..55 .401 570 .550 .524 -116 .410 .492 .522 373, 5243 566 .474 566 .534 .500 .460 .589 .472 .587 416 406 492 i847 574 72 426 589 .462 .475 .588 .580 466 5118 15116 464 524 .572 524 73 i391 129 399 408 . 516 .566 .570 .436 .436 .576 .506 496 558 552 -116 .587 .446 518 S16 .464 476 .433 .450 354, 450 .584 .558 Index-Continued Dixon, Walter J ......... 162, 427, 494 Dockeray, Eva I. .... ........... . .73 Dodds, Daphne A .... ....... 7 3, S74 Dodge, Harland P ................. 419 Dodge, John E ........... 210, 205, 512 Doherty, Charles ll., ,I r ............ 129 llohmen, Anton J. ........ 163, 162, 427 482, 496 Donizalski, Casimir A .... ......... 4 01 Donahue, Thomas ...... ..... 4 12 Donald, Gustavus ......... ........ 7 3 Donaldson, Georgia M ............. 415 Donaldson, Harold M .... .... 4 27, 476 Donaldson, Lois E ............. 73, 582 Donges, Johannes M ............ ...436 Donnelly, Howard A ...... 73, 298, 520 D'Ooge, 13. Russell ........... 348, 361 Doolittle, Stewart E ..... ......... 4 58 Dopp, Myona L ....... .... 5 78, 589 Dorrance, Esther L ................ 416 Dorranee, William ll ...... .... 3 62, 550 Doty, Merle 13 ...... 333, 363, 129, 488 Douglas, llenjarnin ................ 546 Douglas, Margaret ............. 74, 584 Douglas, Robert P. ................ 486 Dow, Willard H .......... 387, 470, 540 Doyle, l.eMar S ..... Drake, Charles M .... .....-172 .....462 Epstein, Samuel P ............. 75, 388 Erickson Arvid W ....... 174, 169, 518 Erley, Elsie L ...... ........ 5 89, 258 Erley, Robert H .... ...121, 354, 130 Ernst, Robert J ..... ........... 4 34 Espie, Kenneth C ..... ......... 5 24 Essig, Frederick I-I .... ..... 2 11, 205 Eubank, Thomas E .... ........ 4 31 Evans, Harry R .... . . . . .419 Every, Horace R... . . . .407 Ewing, Louis ...... .... 5 72 F Fagerburg, Dewey F .......... 373, 468 Fa ilman Everett G..339, 341, 130, 540 Failing, oseph H ........ . .... 405, 417 Fairchil , Carrie ........ 589, 415, 417 Fairman James F .... 121, 130 396, 407 Hales, Marg...-ut 13 ..... .... 3 35, 75, 564 Farmer, Louise C .............. .. 560 Farrah, Elvira K ................. 417 Farrell, John F .................. .75 Fassctt. lliram ll., ,lr ............ .216 Fast, Ralph B ........... 510, 345, 363 Faught, Nita .................... 411 Faust, Lawrence W .... .. .270, 407, 516 Favorite, Wm. P ................. 329 Fead, Fred B .................... 391 Featherstone, Edward 13 ....... 130, 396 Feek, Dwight L .................. 510 Feetham, Eva I .................. 417 Fellows, Bert ........... 174, 169, 522 Feneeh, Harold B ................ 554 Fenias, Morris E ........ . ........ 542 Fenstemaker, Howard ......... 410, 75 Fe11ton, Russell F ............. 528, 554 Ferguson, Clarence N ......... 341, 540 Ferguson, Helen C ..... ...... . 75 Ferguson, Hope E .... ..... 3 81, 562 Ferneau, Bernard F .... ...... 4 08 Fettig, Edwin J .............. 130, 435 Field, Florence L ............. 589, 562 Field, George L. ..... 343, 368, 492, 532 Finch, Russell L ...... ............ 5 16 Drake, Donald M .... .... 3 39, 456 Drake, Robert L ..... .... . . .462 Draper, Edwin J .... ......... 4 92 Driscoll, James L. ..... .... - 405, 478 Drudge. George D ..... ....... 2 11 Dueltgen, Rudolph ..... ....... 3 G6 Duemlin'g, Edith M .... .... 3 35, S78 Duemling, Jennie A ................ 578 Duemling, Werner W ......... 393, 474 Duff, Emma L ........... 335, 364, 582 Dnmeld, Geo ............. 268, 408, 448 Duncan, Louise J ........... ....... 5 89 Dunham, Herbert L.. ......... 373, 488 Dunkelberg, Ralph C ..... ..... ..... 4 4 6 Dunlap, Dorothy I ............ 578, 587 Dunlap, M. Elizabeth ..... 349, 228, 224 Dunn, Earle W ...... ......... 3 88, 391 Dunn, George C ....... .......... 4 86 Durbin, Thomas W .... ..... 5 26 Durfee, Dorothy K .... ..., 5 58 . . . .514 Durling, games K.. ..... Dutto11, aurence R ..... E ....416 Eaegle, Verne G ................. .510 Ear e, George N .............. 416, 480 Easley, Harold M .... 356, 193, 405, 520 Eberwein, Otto H ............... 55, 74 Eckliff, Charles M ................. 548 Eckliff, Norman D. . . ........ .548 Eddy, Nelson W ....... .... 4 07, 419 Edison, Haynes E ....... ......... 5 00 Edmonds, Mildred L .... .... 5 70, 586 Edwards, Edw. L. . . ....329, 472 Edwards, Grace E ..... .... 7 4, 588 Edwards, John C ........ ......... 4 07 Egglestone, Phyllis C ......... 364, 570 Ehlbert, Mark K ............. 329, 375 Ehrlicher, Arthur W ....... 74, 399, 500 Eksteen, Albertus W..211, 205, 436, 512 Eldridge, Wilbur A ...... ........ . .532 Ellet, William C. M ......... ..... 4 27 Ellis, Flora B ......... .... ........ 4 0 2 Ellison Irving S ......... 416, 363, 492 Elms, Ermine A... ........... .sso Elsnau, Walter G .... ....... 7 4, 399 Ely, James S ........ . ...... 444 Ely, Ruth Buchanan... .... 334, 558 Elzinga, Eugene ...... . ........ 470 Embury, Mabell R .... . ....... 417 Emerman, Louis .............. 412, 276 Emerson, Ingham ...... ........... 4 58 Emery, C. Philip ..... 55, 348, 355, 365, 375, 74, 427, 492 Emery, Clayton S .... 373, 234, 456, 514 Emery, George W ....... ....... 7 4, 417 Emery, Grace D ............ ..335, 586 Emery, John H ..... 361, 365, 274, 275. 279 301 748 Emmerson, Ernest Emmons, Wilfred Eness Marguerite Englahd, Winifred i. Engle, Melvin D ..... Eno, Robert D ..... Ensel, Arnold . .. L.- ............. .....41o, 75, ... . .582, 589, . ....... 130, .74 333 580 417 396 496 490 Fink, Dorothy J ...... Finkbeiner, Car eton .... ..... Finley, Ellen L ....... .. . Finley, John L ....... Finnie, Raymond G... Finzel George K ...... Fischer, Lois A ........ Fischer, Richard O. .. Fitzgerald, Wendall 'I' .... Fitzpatrick, Flornce D .... Fitzpatrick, Robert F... Flack, Wilma ........ Flanagan, Ruth E ...... . Fletcher, Clarence N. Fletcher, Frederick S.. Fletcher, Harold T... Fletcher, Margaretta P... Fletcher, Russell M. .. Flink, Hilda M ....... Floss, C. William .......... Flournov, Thomas S.. Fohey, Mary C ........... Foley, Francis J ...... Foley, ohn E ..... Fong, George H ..... Fong, Lien Isung .... Foran, John F ...... Forbes, David A ..... gorlqusbhh . . . 'orc , as. . . . Ford, Merlin T... Forrest, Leland S ........ Forster, Marcella C... Forsyth, Richard A.. . Fortune, William P. Jr... Foskett, James H ..... Foss, John F ......... Foster, Evelyn . . . . . . . Foster. Linus J .... Fox, Helen E ..... Fox, Raymond A .... Fox, William W... Frace, Marjorie L .... Frackelton, Ralph J. . . Fraliek, Orpha E .... France, Wesley G. . . Frank, Walter N ..... Frazer, William R. Freeman, Frank .... Freeman, Jean P .... Freisner, Ra3LC ...... French, H. ester. 408, .5.1.O., I 751 '.'76', 589, .....76 ...121, 130 164, 258 274 174 .M 175 1 v 293, 329, sas, 366, ikbi 396, 258, 122, '1bb1 387, 279, 169, 582, '.'7'6, 342, 169, 1 . .3.41., . 2b5' ' S87 454 580 476 431 363 75 458 476 588 .76 578 566 510 476 450 468 i488 406 434 431 580 482 482 433 433 193 500 194 S48 552 518 335 391 474 534 518 587 522 335 377 437 .76 417 .76 540 490 474 466 486 347 514 Freundlich, Jerome J .......... Frieken, Roy H ..... 365, 378, 387, Friend, Milton H ...... ........... Fries, Earl C... ................. . Frisbie, Marian . . . . ......76, Fritz, Ifelle .... ..... ....... . . . Froemke Gerald ..... 274, 279, , W . Frost, Catherine S ....... Frost, Marcus W.. Fuller, Hazel G ...... Fuller, Norma A ....... Fullerton, Benjamin .. . Funk, Cyrus R ....... Funkey, Henry C.. Fuss, Chester G ..... Futeh, Charles E ..... G able Norman 1 111119691 'f.22i76, G , 2 .......... . ..... Gabriel, A. Gerald .... 77, 55, 329, 400, 412, 365, 399, Gage, Helen .. ........... 175, Games, Groeso G ........ Gaines, LeGrand A ..... Galarza, Maximino Galloway, James H Galton, Marion C.... Gamble, James W. Ganschow, Earl F. Gardner, hack R. ...... Gardner, urray F ..... Gariepy, Fred A ....... 5 ..382, 169, .....364 I1I'ff1i1Q Gahoway Lydm Pffffl' ...... .H .359, 77, sas, 435, 5,'355f 771 Garland, Bruce A ................ Garlin house, Burton A. .....4o5, Garlock, Clarence B .......... Garner, M 'ron E. ............ .362, Garrett, Tliiomas C. . . . . . Garvey, John L ...... .. Garvey, Paul H ...... .. Garwood, Consuelo G.. . . . Gasar, Earle F ......... Gates Orville E ..,..... Gaudy, Harold W ..... Gault, Ralph E ...... 329, Gay, G. IN aurice ......... Gag Welland...l21, 131, Ge hart, Joseph R ............ Geddes, Donald F ........ Gee, Garla11d G. .... Gee, Merle L. ..... . Geiger, Paul H ..... Gel aar Earl A ..... Geller, Roman F ..... Genebach. Lowell B .... Gerken, George E ...... German, YVill1am ...... Germanson, Rudolph C. . Gernt, Walter C .... .... Giauque, Edmund D... Gibbs, Lauretta S .... Gibson, Kenneth R... .339, iisf 279, .....so0 .....3Ebl 390, 4051 368, 3611' 395, 343, ..I9741 354, 373, 121, Giffin, Ralph P ...... . Gifford, Helen G ....... ...-...-.7.7., Giltord, Jzosephine . Gifford, osa E ...... Gilbert. Delcia M. .. Gill, Francis T .... ... our Landon L .... Gillis, Ruth L ..... Gillispie, Helen Gilmore, Mar B ............. Ginn, Lloyd Ginsburg, Joseph H. . .78, 399, Girardin, elila Girvtn, Beatrice Gitchell, Howard C .... Givrigian, Sarb Gladhill. Harold Glaser, Ben . .. Glasgow, James Glass, Joseph H. . Glass, Kathryn Glauher, Myron 400, .78, I ............ ...131, V ..... E .... ....... .....405, P .... .......... 1a.fI 11141lL'4b6Q J ..... ..... ..... Gleason, Notery A .... ......... G1enn', Frances ..... .... Glezen, Carlisle S .... . ..... . Glover, James D .... ......... Glover, Lynn A ............ 78, 399, Godard, Harvey W. ............. . Goehring, Minnie ...... 574, 335, 78, Goetz. Angus G. .365, 274, 279, 427, Gogulski, Cosimer J .............. .490 530 .490 .363 417 .417 460 .564 524 ..76 .417 .506 .276 .211 .510 518 .434 355, 434 568 566 .474 .131 131 .,77 406 .446 476 .462 .446 275 .391 417 .417 .512 276, 468 526 .500 .564 . .77 .480 510 550 .417 417 .466 504 .211 .417 ..77 .548 .131 488 .518 .347 363, 474 .488 .417 .411 .211 .434 560 .560 ..78 .589 .570 .589 .564 ..78 .578 .554 437 .402 S78 .550 396 .540 417 .431 .542 566 .490 .488 .335 .407 .51 .Z 400 .407 406 552 .401 Index-Continued Goldberg, Sylvester E Goldsmith, Lawrence 'iII.. Goldsmith, Norton L ..... Goldstei11, Charles L... ....... .. Goldstein, William ........... ..... .373 .490 .431 .343 .390 Good, Charles W ......... 121, 339, 131, 395, 405 Goodell, Blanche E. . . . ......... .364 Goodman, Jol1n S ...... .......... 4 35 Goodrich, Myrna E ...... .......... 5 64 Goodrich, William H .............. 456 Goodsell, J. Orton, Jr...365, 212, 274, 205, 279, 435, 508 Goodwillie, Catherine L ............ 582 Goodwillie, J. Erwin ...... 329, 373, 546 Gordon, William ................... 521 Gorman. Frank A... ..... 425, 212 Gormson, Carl E ............. 354, 484 Gornetzky, Abrahan1 J ..... 365, 368, 412 Gorton, Wendall V ............ 131, 396 Goshorn, Gladys M ...... 378, 381, 394 Gospill, Francis E ................. 580 Gotfredson, Robert B ....... 55, 373 78. 405, 460 Goude, William J ..... ....... 2 12, 205 Gould, Louise J .... ....78, 417, 562 Gould. Vivian D .... .......... 3 91 Goulet, Leo J ........ .. . .... .79 Goundry. Fred W .... ...405 Grable, Helen D .... ........... 7 9 Gracey, Doris .... ............ 5 87 Graff, C. I-I ........ .... l 32, 276, 407 Graff, Jolm N ........ ............ 5 18 Gral1am, Douglas A ........... 194, 387 Graham, William H ....... 212, 205, 55-4 Granse, 1Villiam H ............ 435, 548 Graves, Frances L ......... . ..... 587 Graves, William ll. Jr ...... .... . 540 Gray, Howard.. ......... .... 4 07, 534 Green, Ruby R .............. ..... 5 63 Greenbaum, Francis A ...... ....... 4 08 Grcenhurg, Rebecca ........ 79, 381, 394 Greenfield, Wm. J...175, 168, 169, 522 Greening. Gladys E ..... 55, 79, 582, 409 Greentlial, Roy M ........ 175, 340, 347, 169, 490 Grice, Lewis ...... ...... 2 34, 232, 512 Grieve, Glenn... ...367, 169, 417, 506 Grieve, Marie .... ......... ..... 4 1 7 Gritiin, Edward L ............ ..... 4 84 Grililin, Grace ............ .... 4 26, 564 Griffith, Constance D ..... .... 5 89, 517 Griiiith, Hunter G ..... .... . .... 4 44 Grindlcy, Robert F ............ 408, 448 Gross, John A .......... . ..... 362, 427 Gross, Walter R ......... 121, 132, 435 Grover, Harry W .... ....... 2 34, 232 Grow, Mary G ...... ...,.. 5 74, 417 Grow, Ruth B ........ . ..... 582 Grubaugh, Leon E .... ..... 4 O8 Gruss, Dorothy VV .... . .... 413 Gudakunst, Don W .... . ..... 526 Guernsey, Martha .... ..... 5 78, 417 Guettet, Arthur A .... . ..... ...... 7 9 Guilfoil, Kelsey ...... .... 3 Sl, 389. 390 Guinan, W'illiam F. .. ...... '. 132, 482 Gulley, Orrin S- ...... .... ..... 5 3 6 Gun'dry, George L .... .. . .... S18 Gunn, Gertrude E ............. 364, 400 Gunn, Harry S .............. .. . . .472 Gustavus, Charles W ......... ..... 1 32 Gusti11, Herbert A ..... 79, 399 410, 462 Cuthe, Ida 11 ................. 364, S60 Gwinn, Hazen P ............. ..... 5 .34 151 Haag, Merit D ....... 175, 340 169, 526 Haan, Edward H ............ . . . . .552 Haefer, Dorothy ..... . ........ ..... 4 17 Haeselcr, Jolm A ........... ..... 4 56 Hageman, George R ......... ..... 5 18 Hagen, Olive I ....... 359, 79, 588, 417 Haidler, John V ............. .... . 275 Haigh, Richard A ............. 362, 452 Halfhill, James W., Jr... . .... .468 llalgren, Harry N ...... ...... 4 07, 486 Hall C. Taylor ...... ....... 5 08. 554 Hall Dorothy ...... .... 1 20, 349, 132 Hall Ernestine J .... ....... 5 87, 558 Hall Frances E ...... .. ..... 562 Hall Grace E ..... .... 4 26, 564 Hall, Jerry ...... . ..... 212 Hall, Mabel L ........ 79, Hall, Robert J .... .......... Hall, Sarah A .... ..... Haller, Paul M ..... Hallock, Helen J ......... Hamalaineu, Signe M ..... Hamer, Hiram J.163, 162, Hamilton, Anna C ........ Hammer, Ralph A ...... Hamn1ond, Elmer L .... . . . . Hannnond. Roy E ........... 397 Handiho, K. Frances. ...... 80, Handibo, Rosemary M ....... Handley, Marion ......... Hanish, Joseph..361, 365, 274, Hanks, Walter H ............ Hanley, Eleanor F ........... Hanley, Jolm L ............. Hansen, B. C ........ 212, 204, Hansen, Viggo E .......... .. Rosmarie ........... 259 Hardie, Isabel W .......... 80 Hardie, Philip. ............. Harding, J. Fred ...... . . . Hargrove, Rollin B .... . . . Hanson, Harhart, Waldo G .... 373, Harlan, Marion S .... .... Harpst, Alice . Harpst. Clarence H .......... Harrington, Katl1erine.360, 80 Harris, Ann E .............. Harris, Walter W ........ Harrison, Margaret II ....... Harrison, Tinsley R .... ..... Harryman, Ward W ......... 335, 359, sas 367, 169 . .... .364 . ..... so .....s10 586, 212 427, 534 .....415 .....474 .....397 .....464 55,33S, 375, sas 587 . . . . .564 279 486 1 .....552 572 .....456 205 ' v 512 . .492 335 387, 574. 456 405 . ... .450 488 .-1-. .. . ..431 536 356, .. . . .415 407 381, 394 .....335 194 406 .....4S2 .....506 Hart, Clarence A...330, 339. 357, 121. 122, 132, 536 Hart, Henry C ................ 194, 191 Hart. Lloyd C. ..... ---. -.---- 3 0 Hartom, Lillian' P. .... . ..... 417 Hartsuff, Irene E ............ .80, 400 Hartzler, Alice E ............... 80, 335 Harvey, Campbell .... 175, 169, 488. 505 Harvey, Edith M ............... 81, 572 Harvey, Wallace R...l21, 133 395. 396 Hasbrouck, Gertrude ........... 335, 582 Haskell, Helen T .............. 419, 558 Haskins, Howard B .......... 121, 133 Hasley, Clyde K ......... 175, 169, 516 Hassan, Aboul..... Hatch, Conant H .... Hatch, Louise N ..... Hatch, Marion C .... .. .....133 .....46-4 ..80. 55 . .... 576 Hauke, Gilbert F ........ .... 1 33 375 Hause, Harry D ............. . Hauser, Oscar .... Havinghurst, Beatrice H .... Hawes, Alice B .......... .. Hawkins, Ellen J ........ .... Hawks, Harold ......... Hawley, Fred T ........ Hawxhurst, Margaret 1I....... Hayden, Camilla L. . . . . Haves, Geneva K ...... . Hayes, Wlillis B.. Jr .... . Haymaker, Dorothy .... Haymaker, Jolm C ..... Hayman, Joseph L. . . Hays, Dudley L.. Hayward, John... Healey, Francis G ..... Healey, I'l0l11C1' M. . . Hearding, Jolm H... Heartt, Marjorie H ........... Heath, Clyde J ............... Heath, Gardner S. . .121, Heath, Parker ..... .... . .175, Hebblewhite, Ruth A .... Hecht. Lester S.. Hedin', Mauritz G ..... Heetderks, Denny R .......... Heffner, Harry W ..... Heffron, Howard H. . . Hegel, George W .... Hegg, Elmer B ..... Heideman, Julia ..... Ileide111an, Miriam ..... Helhig, Frank J ..... Helfrich, John W .... lleller, Robert M .... .377,195. .81, 55, 1 1 405 488 .....396 .....402 .....589 .....417 378, 476 .....40s 574, 349 .....417 .s1, 564 .....49z 417, 419 .....492 .....s4o .....4l7 .....436 370, 133 .....496 .....500 .....5o0 .....46z 395, 396 40s, 427 169, 516 sas, 417 190,490 348,375 405, 51s ......s1 .....446 478, 516 133, 396 .....512 ......s1 335, 381 .....50s 270, 522 379. 466 J orda Ilelrinck, Florence. . . . Ilelsel, Oris W ....... Henrlerslmt, Fred ...... Ilendcrson, Alta ll. .. Henderson, Irene li . . . Henderson, Margaret. . .... .564 .195 538 275, 279 .589, 381 .....589 ..81, 570 Henderson, Ma1'ian M ............. 564 Henry, Escdoro J .................. 417 llenry, Frederick J ....... 213, 204, 205, . 427, 524 Ilenry, John ....... .... . .293, 466 Ilenze, llerman .... . ...... 81, 500 Henle. Ludwig: ................... .500 lleppeard, Tom H ....... 121, 134, 427 Ilerrmann, Dorothy ........... 589, 268 Herrmztnn, George R. . .176, 340, 163, 169 516 He1'ron, XVarren W ................ 550 llertlein. Lawrence J... ......... 554 llerzberg, Eva M ...... .... -l 09, 413 llesse, liertha A ..... ....,.,. 8 3 llesson. Margaret ...... ..261, 564 Hettinger, Florence ............. 82 578 Hettinger, Franklin ll ............. 474 lleue1'. Arthur T ...... 82, 405, 532, 548 Ileusel, llildegarde M ......... .... . 570 Hewitt, Marguerite M .......... ...417 I-Iewlitt, 'lfimothy Y. ...... 274 301 496 1Ieym, llarold C .................. 488 Heysett. Carol J .................. 587 Htlxbard, John D ..... 121, 354, 365, 369, 134, 412, 450 llillherfl. Frances C .......... .417 558 Hickman. Luther L. . . ........ . .468 Ilielcox, Zora ..,82, 417 Hicks, Ernest L ....... ..... 5 28 lliens, C. Michalene ..... ..... 8 2 lliett. Lawrence D ................ 82 Hill, Elea11or B ............. ..... 5 64 Hill, James R..,121, 339 357 134, 395 Hill, Mar M ................. 82, 580 Hill, MildIi'ed P .... ...82, 55, 574, 417 Hiller, Dougal J .......... 228, 427, 510 Hillman. George M. Jr ...... .....548 Hills, Carlo11 R ............. ..... 5 22 llills, Isaac A ............... ..... 5 00 Himmelhock, Alciba J ......... 388, 390 llinchman, llarold li .............. 524 Hinkson, Alice B ........ 587, 415, 417 Hinshaw, Thomas D ....... .. ..... 452 Hinshaw, William W .......... 329, 452 HiPP. Carroll D ,...... ..-8, 538 Hirth, Lloyd R ...... . ..... 524 Hiss. Florian H ............. ..... 3 79 Hitchcock, Albert E ........... 268, 474 Ho, Ching T ................ ..... 4 33 Hoag, Lynne A. .176, 340, 347 169, 522 Hobbs, Arthur E ......... 348, 379, 538 Hobbs, Perry M .............. 293, 468 Hobbs, Winifred S .......... ..... 5 72 Hodge, Harold F ............ ..... 4 07 Hoffer, Charles E ........... ..... 4 64 Hoffman, Hazel M. ..334, 364, 582, 417 Hoffman, L11cy M ........... . ..... 578 Hogan, Carl T ........... 379, 259, 546 Holde11, Marion L ......... 55 83, 570, I 331, 394, 413 Holillan, Charles S ........-. ..... 4 34 Ilollanfl. li. Grace. . . ......... .578 Holland, Paul .... .... ..... 1 34 Hollands, Esther D ........... 415, 417 Hollis, Dorothy F ........ 582, 589, 415 Holmes, Arthur M .......... ..... 4 17 Holmes, Frank H .... . . . .... .466 Holmes, Roy II ...... ...... ..... 5 1 4 Holt, Paul J .,........... 213, 205, 512 Holtzman, Me1'win R ........ ...... 8 3 Honey, Alan D ....... . . . ..... 405 Honey, Edgar A ....... .... 2 13, 508 Honeywell, Marie J. . . . .. . . .402 Hoope1', Lewis E ...... ..... 2 13 Hoos, John E ........... .... 4 94 Hopkin, Constance E .... ..... 5 82 Hopkins, Ellis J ................... 83 Horinchi, Keizo ........... . ....... 417 Horn, Herman S. ............. 524, S48 Horne, Albert E ...... 329, 83 444 530 Horner, Merle F ................... 83 Horning, Marie K ................. 578 Horwitz, Herman H. .. ...... 362, 275 Hoskin, Ronald N ................. 454 Hosman, Leo J. .................. 498 Hotchkiss. Walter T ..... 270, 482, 516 Howe, William H ................. 391 1-lowell, Frances M .... .......... 5 68 Howes, William E .... .,.. 5 22 Index-Continued Hoyt, Dorothy 13 ...... ..558 1-Ioyt, Margaret K ..... ......... 5 58 1-lsia, Chi Hsi ....... .... 3 91, 433 Hubar, David I ....... . ...... 195 Hubbell, Mary 13 ....... ...... 5 60 Hubbell, Theodore l-I... .... 366 Hudson, Edward M ...... .... 5 04 Huebner, Charlotte L ..... . ..... 589 l-lueston, Stewart C .... ....... 4 92 Huette, J. Theodore .... ......... 4 88 Hughes, James A ..... .... 1 34, 554 Hummer, Richard P. .. ..... 361 460 Humphrey, Pauline .. . .... .... 5 82 Hunt, E. Reed ...... .... 4 92, 532 Hunt, Gladys S ....... ........... 5 76 Hunter, Donald W ................ 488 Hunter, Horace E ..,......... 375, 532 1-lurley, George F ........ 328, 356, 369, 195, 412, 520 1-lurth, Mathias S ............. 176, 169 Hussey, Allis F ................... 417 Hussey, Roland F ..... 55, 347, 366, 83 l-lussey, Russell S ................ 417 Hust, Hurley G ..... . ............ 464 Huston, Ruth E .......... 83, 586, 402 Hutchings, Anne E ...... 335, 426, 560 Hutchinson, Perry P .............. 408 Hutzel, Mathilda E ..... . .......... 566 Hyde, Carroll C ..... 176, 168, 169, 524 Hyde, Martha ll ......... .... .417 Hyde, Milo VV .... ......... .134 Hyman, Sam R ..... .... 4 90 I Ibsen, Norman ll.. ...... 348, 358, 369, 378, 121, 134, 448 Ilgenfritz, Lester M ............... 536 Imerman, Delia E ....... 587, 413, 426 Immerman, Maurice D ............ 436 Ingall, Morton ll .... ,...... ...... 4 9 8 Ingham. William H ............... 446 Ingle, Bertram V ............. 213, 417 Ippcl, Arthur G ...... 54, 55, 329, 355. 365, 84, 383, 387, 435, 458 Ireland, Neal D ......... 333. 344, 195, 387, 388, 538 Ireland, Paul U .,... ...... 3 47, 190 I1'e1nan, Hazel I .................. 417 Ireman, Reta F ......... .......... 4 15 Irish, Louise ...... 54, 373, 375, 84, 566 Irvin, Charles E Irvine, Edwin V Irvine, Stuart Isbell, Edward R .... Isham, William . Ives, John R... J ....486 ....454 ....466 ...,454 Jacka, Estelle R ...... ........... 5 87 Jackson, Eugene L ................ 508 Jackson, James QJ .................. 417 Jacobs, Albert C ......... 268, 387, 454 Jacobs, Jenny E ..... 582, 409, 413, 436 Jagodzinski, Frank E ..... 134, 395, 401 James, Clara M ........ ........... 5 89 James, Laylin K .... ..... 8 4, 508 James, T. M. Jr ....... .... 2 13, 205 James, Thelma G ........ ....... 5 89 Janouski, Sigismund A ..... ..... . 401 Jarves, Nelle ........... ....... 5 87 Jeffries, Edward J ...... .... 3 79, 488 Jeffs, T. Raymond .... ...... 3 62, 536 Jenks, Owen L ..... ............ 4 78 ennings, Ruth E ........ 335, 426, 566 ensen, E. Ferne .................. 84 Jensen, William H ...... ..... ..... 1 3 5 Jewell, Margaret K ...... 335, 373, 378, 381, 566 Jewell, Wilson R .... ........... 4 88 jlocelyn, Ethel L ..... ...... 8 4 564 ohnson, Annie L .... .... 2 34, 512 Johnson, Austin S .... ......... 5 22 Johnson, Carl Ed ....... ..... 3 24 460 Johnson, Elsie M ........ ....... 4 15 Johnson, Frederick M .... ....... 4 78 Johnson, Herbert E .... .... 8 4, 400 Johnson, Jcohn A ........... ....... 5 32 ohnson, atherine H ......... 417, 558 ohnson, Katheryn S ......... 574, 417 ohnson, Moneta G .... ..,... . 84 Johnson, Olga M ...... ...... 5 87 Johnson, William P .... .... 5 38 Johnston, Cecil A... ....84 Johns Johns Johns Johns Johns Jones Jones, Jones Jones, Jones ton, to11, ton, ton, Clarence N .... ... Dorothy M ......... W. Gordon ........ Wayne A ........... tone, W. Harcourt ...... , Avery K .............. Bernice L.... ...85, , Emer ..... Gretchen ...... .. .589, , Harold J ....... . ..... . Jones. Jones, n, John F ..... . . Laura J ....... 359, 85, NaDean J ............ Josenhans, Milda .. Josey, Harold I ...... Judson, Herbert A... Juers, Earl H ...... Juleff, Ruth L ..... K Kabacinski, Anthony Kammer, William S. .356, 164' Kampf, Theodore N .......... 133, 135, 462, 111122 111181 213, sas, 1595, .359, 1561 401, 431, 269 584 536 506 470 195 417 405 417 205 406 456 195 85 490 169 474 417 417 520 444 Kane, John R. ........ , .... 498 Kann, Merle W ..... ....... . .. 419 Karpus, Arthur J ................ 293 Kaufman, Charles L ...... 343, 249, 490 Kaufman, Oscar A ........ . ...... 390 Kaufman, Sam S ...... ..... 3 73, 490 Kaufman, Victor R .... ...... 2 14 Kaye, Zahn '1' ....... .... . 85 Keck, Robert A ........ ..... 5 52 Keeler, Margaret II .... .... 5 86 Keene, Paul A ....... 341 Keidanz, Herbert .... . .. 135 Keller, Charles F .... ..... 4 94 .Keller, George W .... ..55 85 Keller, Warren H ........ ........ 4 80 Kellogg, Nina M ................. .85 Kelly, Francis H. ....... . .... 214, 508 Kelsey, Charlotte B...349, 85, 413, 558 Kelsey, Ruth C ............ ....86, 558 Kemp, Elizabeth M .......... 186, 582 Kemp, James S .................. 435 Kempf, Paul R .............. 405, 460 Kem ton, Rockwell M .... 176, 163, 526 Kencliicks, Edward J ............. 550 Kennedy, Ethel .....,........ ..... 4 19 Kennick, William J. .246, 387, 391, 417 Keogh, Frank 11 ............. 408, 460 Keplar, Violet L ................. 589 Kerlekowske, Louis W .... ..... 4 19 Kerr, Eliza J ............ 335 Kerr, Robert ..... .... . .. 548 Kerr, S. Irene 564 Ker1', 'l'homas S .... ......... . .196 Kerr, V. M ....... ........ 8 6, 558 Kersey. Christina .... ..... 8 6, 588, 410 Kervazl, Karin C ..... ........... 1 76 Karvin, Frances I3 .... ........... 5 114 Kervin, Joseph A ............ ..... 2 60 18E1Cl11ll1l. llarry ll ............... 434 Keyser, Vera K ........ 55.86, 410, 566 Khentr, Richard ............. ..... 4 54 Kheun. Richard ll .... 405, -135, -ls-l, 548 Kidd, Charles I .............. ..... 5 14 Kidman. Edna R ............... 86, 411 Kidney, James W. . . ...... 534 Kiefel, Anna li ..... . . . ....... .417 Kiefer. Harold M ................. 534 Kiekintweld, Jean'ette..155, 378, 86, 394 Kilhury, Marjorie ........... 1 59, 86. 534 Kilmer, John J ...... ......... 1 30, 396 Kilpatrick, Eva K ............. 375, 406 Kimball, Kendrick L ............... 468 Kimberley, Robert A ..... 357. 121i 135, 395, 482 King, H. Gilbert .... .......... 4 31 King, Mable F ..... ..... 4 17 King, Marjorie ll ..... ..... 5 74 Kingman. Cecil A .... -.-- 3 7 Kingsford, Dorothy ..... ...560 Kingsford, Edward S .... ..... 5 O0 Kinzel, .Frances M ..... .......... 5 74 Kirchgessner, Walter. ......... 345, 275 Kirkby, Eugene ll ......... 343 368 249 Kirkland, William M ............ ...524 Kirkpatrick, A I.O0ll'l1!-l...3-18, 373, 87, 400, 488 Kirkpatrick, Anna M ............... 566 Kirkpatrick, Mildred W ............ 564 Kistler, Jessie R .............. 576, 417 Kitson, Ernest G .................. 434 Klager, Oscar C.121, 135, 396, 407, 417 Klaver, Eugene G... Klein, lulius ........ Klein, Margaret E... Klinger, Marion ..... Klinger, Vivian 1'..... Kluge, 1Va1ter 11 .... Klumpp. ,lantcs S .... Rnapman. John 11. .. Knapp, Eunice 11 .... Knapp, Russell J .... Kn'ea1e, Earle .......... Kneeland, Dorothy 11 .... Knight, Rufus 11 ...... Knode, Kenneth J. . . Knoerle, J. Karl .............. Knowlson, ll. Anthon.35-1. Knowlson, Olive K ..... Kobacker, J. Lester ..... Kolb, llelen ............ Kortick Frank ,1 ...... 1 5-1. Kraft, Alice ............ Kranz, Fritz ll .... . . . Kranz, Karl 17V ...... Krause, llernard G... Kreger, Louis M ........ Krell, Lewis R ......... Kremer, Frank ...... 356, ..IIi33.' II'.'.QS:7f ...s7. 111975 . ...-408, 136, 121, 136. ltiliii 1 ......581, an 1.21, 1..-. 359. 87. ..... 341 .'.' Bali, . . . . . . 589, "1'o'f.',' 3731 Kretzschmar, Clarence A . . . . . . Kretzsehmar, George 11. . Kricker, Edmund J ..... Krieger, ll. Otto ....... Kruubaeh. George li., Jr. '. lbs: ' 4119, Krout, Charles Y ......... .434 53 Krout, John A ..........,.. 88, 389, Kruger, Rudolph ..... 164, 162, 397, Kruger, William .................. Kryger, Henry YV ................ Kucera, Joseph J .... 164, 330, 373. 397. Kudner, Donald 1' ................ Kudner, Warren E ............ 408, Keuchenmcister, VVilliam E ....... Kttijala. Ludwig lf ...... Kunert, Anna E ........ Kurie, Ernest C' ..... Kusehinsk, John WV .... Kuschinski, Leo ..... Kwong, Wing LT ...... L Labbe, Arnold J ..... Ladore, David R. . . . La Fleiehe, Pierre... Laing, Grant H ...... Laird, Alfred W ....... Lamb, Lawrence W ...... Lamb, Zehma E ........ Lambert, Charles F, .... Lambert, Oscar 1'...3-13. Lambert, Selwyn A ...... Lamport, Samuel .... Lancaster, Vernon . . . Lancer, LeRoy C .... Landis, David 13 ..... Landis, James N .... .. Lane, Blanche E.. .... ... Lang, Josephine V .... Langdon: Mary D. .... . . 1.ange, Norbert A ........ ...,136, '.'.'.'.k'7i3', . . . . 136, . I1 i ii fish: '3biSf'51iti.' 274, 279, . . . . . .ss. . . . .375, ..'.'.k731 HSS, 381, ......589, .34i, 347, Langley, Raymond M...354, 365, Langlois. Dhilve D .... Larke, Lawrence D ...... Larke. Marmaduke A... Larsen, Edwin S ...... Larson, Jarl E. ...... Lassey, Lillian P .... Lathrop, Helen O ....... Lator, Athol E .......... Latir, Curtis C .... 275, 29 273, 296, ......214, .. ....196, 6, 301, 47, Laut, Herman J .... . ............ . Lavely, Newell E ................. Lawrence, Donald L .......... 405, Lawson, Seward N ............... Lawton, Chester S...370, 121, 405, Layle, Ilerbert F ........ Layton, Esther I . ................ Leader, Herman J. . . Lee. Reta M .......... Lee, Tan P ............. Le Fevre. William M .... .53 214 542 394 566 560 436 435 508 582 500 417 S70 454 528 536 450 560 400 562 136 588 .87 391 483 417 494 504 .434 ..2 .407 .136 .482 391 542 . 542 488 162. 498 506 132 ga: 410 402 476 546 Iwo 433 512 431 494 509 540 .136 S86 448 249, 50-1 520 3911 480 391 441 391 562 564 566 419 136. 468 524 .3611 .366 44-1 1474 ..ss 417 427 490 2 .528 417 438 488 390 586 550 1556 433 1528 Index-Continued Le1Ten', Stanford ..... .... 8 8, 46-1 Legtr. Victor E ........ ...... 4 17 Lehman, Albert T.. .... ...... 5 48 Leighton, Eleaner V ...... .... . ...S9 Leishman, llenjamin ll ...... . ...... 554 Lcitzinger, Vtlilliam A ......... 375, 468 Lemon, William C ............ 121, 137 1.etup, Clarence J ............. 397, 492 Lenick. Fay. ........ 121, 137, 396, 435 Lent, Albert j ................ 435, 293 Leonard, Elinor D ....... 587, 268, 558 Leonard, Nellie 11 .............. 89 56-1 Leonard, Simpson C ........... 474, 554 Leslie. Reuben ll ...... ......... 5 32 Lester, Donald '1' .... ..... 4 17 492 l.e Van, llelen R .... .... . ..578 l.evin', Simon ..... ...... 3 90 1.evine, Abe ......... .... 3 43 Levine, Archie R ...... .... 3 44 Levine, lsadore E ...... .... 5 42 Levy, Isaac .............. ...... 4 36 Lcwandorf. Samuel C, .... ....... 5 4? l.ewis, Cyril I1 ....... .. .... 50, 363 Lewis, Elmore lf. ...... ...... 4 07 Lewis, llarold G .... .. .250, 512 Lichtig, Ilerbert ll .... ...214, 437 Liddell, lloward S .... .... 3 47, 419 Lilley, Walter '1' ..... ..... 1 37, 427 Lim, NVai S .......... ........ -1 33 Libert, Lee hl .......... ........ 4 62 Lincoln, Ilerbert NV. . . . . .137 396 Lindsay, llarold P ...... ........ 4 08 1.indstrom, L. 0 .............. 275, 279 Lippincott, Margaret I ........ 586, 553 Lipscomb, George 1M ............... 482 Livingston, Alan V ...... 329. 330, 339 121 137, 412, 546 Lloyd, Anna Mary ...... 335, 3362 3611 89, 562 Lockhart. Pearl E .... .. .349. 89 5851 Lockwood, Julia ......... . ........ 578 Logan, lloyd ll ............... 408. 568 Lohrstorfer. Mary R ............... 580 Loman, Emily L ..... 334, 364, 406, 560 Lombard, Ralph D ................. 536 Long, A. Laura ........ ......... 4 17 Long, George R .............. 164, 162 Longnecker, Durban A .... ....... 4 50 Loring, Rruee 13 ........ ...... 4 R6 Louden. Frederic A .... ....... 4 35 Lotmsbury. Roy E .... ...268, 538 Loveland, Katherine .... ....... 5 60 Lowe, Stanley 'l' ...... .... 1 22, 546 Lowrie, llelen M .... ....... 3 35 Lowry, llarold J ..... ..... 4 08, 417 Lubke, George C .... ..... 4 36, 498 Lubke, Oscar ll ..... .... 4 36, 498 Ludwig, Anna E ....... ....... 4 17 Ludwig, 1Villiam ll. . . . . . . . . .367 Lukens, John A ........ ......... 5 18 Lukins, Lester S ................... 472 Lund, Carl A ...................,. 524 Lundberg, Jolm L...2l4, 205, 407, 524 Lundell,,C1ara ................. 89, 411 Lundgren, Harry G..367, 176, 169, 518 Lutrdquist, Laurel A ..... 379, 405, 534 Lush, Wm. G ................. 407, 496 Lusk, Harold 1' ..... ....... 5 38 Lusking, Morris ...., .. ..... 419 Luther, Elmer ll .... ......... 4 60 Luther, Verna ll .... .... 5 76, 417 Lyman, Claire 1' .... . . ..50, 460 Lyon, Frances 111 .... .... 8 9 560 l.yons, Joseph ll ...... ...... 4 19 Mc McAlpi::e, James R ................ 375 McCallum, Charles L ............. 456 McCallum, Harry 1'1..358, 270, 456, 506 McCa1mont, lohn C ............... 441 McCandliss, Robert J .............. 169 McCanc11iss, William K. .,..... 177, 526 McCann, Charles J ............ .... 5 12 MeCaren, Sanford R ............... 472 McCarty, Charles H ...... 270, 522. 550 McCaugl1ey, Russell J ......... 412, 478 Macaulay, Marie C ........ 359, 360, 91 McClelland, E. Beryl ............... 89 Maclennan, Jean' A ........... 364, 409 McClintock, James I ...... 330, 361, 274, 301, 462 McColl, Douglas F .... .........,. 4 S6 Rlefollom. Clarissa .... .... 9 0, 536 McConnell, Allan M .... ...... 1 37 McCormack, Edith R ............... 90 McCormick, Dorothy V ............ 196 McCrimmon, llector A .... 377. 196 190 McCrory, Kenneth 'l' ............... 496 McCruden, Donald 13 ........... 90 399 McCutcheon, Sophronous A ......... 522 MacDonald, Albert ........... 214, 205 Ncllonald, Archie ll ............... 391 l1'leDonald. Doris C ....... 364, 579. 400 x'Cl7"l1?1lf'l. Elizabeth .Xnn'e ...... 90 562 Macdonald, Frances H...375, 246, 566 McDonald, Margaret O ....... 537, 268, 387. 562 McDonald. Mary M. ........... 90, 562 MacDonald, Robert D ........ 215. 512 McDonald, Robert '1'...55, 375, 90, 530 McDonald, S. Elizabeth ........... 426 McDonald, Ursula ................ 90 MacDougall, Helen ....... .... 3 35 McDougall. Russell L .... .... 4 17 McDuF1'ie, Philip G ....... .... 4 82 McEnte, Marguerite .... 417 McFarland. Jack ...... ...... 4 60 McGill, William J ....... ........ 5 40 McGowan, Malcom E ........ 417, 488 MacGregor, Madeline L ....... 415, 417 Mcfiuiness. Mary J ...... ........ 5 R7 McGurk, Anna M ........ ...... 4 02 Maclnnes, Duncombe A ........ 91, 444 McIntyre, Donald C ..... ...... 4 94 Mclver. Rosswel A ............... 407 Mack, Emily M .............. 576, 394 Mack, Gordon C ........ 330. 363. 379. 01, 405, 450 Mack, 1-larry T ......... 362, 363, 247 Mackay, Florella L ............ 91, 560 McKean, Richard M ..... 367, 248, 506 McKean. Robert E ....... .. .-44-1 McKee, Waldo M ........ 328, 354, 365 369, 383, 474 MeKennan, Harold S .......... 90, 5:12 McKenzie, Carlton D ..... . .... 131. 427 McKenzie, Maxwell A...330, 357. 121. 138. 427 Mc'Kil1op, Gordon L ..... .......... 4 84 McKim, Lloyd H ................. 522 McKinley, William A .... 339, 121, 395 McKinney, John M ...... 367, 460, 506 McKinnon, William R ........ 177. 169 McKnight. Beatrice E .... 588. 406, 417 McKone. Don 'l'..366, 368, 249, 389 405 MacLach1an, Donald C ............. 91 MaeLach1an, Ruth H .... 329, 335. 360, 02, 570 McLachlan, Weltha A .... 359, 91, 586. 400, 546 McLaren, June V ...... . .... . McLaughry, James A... McLean, Joseph ll ............ Mel ellan, Frieda 3l..329. 360 McLeod, D. Imogene ......... McLetchie, Hugh S .......... ' bil McLouth, Olive A ............. 91, McLouth, Peirce ............ .....57R .....53S .-196 :rg .....n89 .....n14 576 .....462 MacMahon, Anna F ..... 335, 364. 570. 589, 246 MeManis, Jolm E ................. 550 McMichael, George C ..... 408 MacNaugl1ton, Catherine M. . MaeNichol, MacPherson, Gordon S .... McRoberts, McWilliams, Herschel B.. . .. McVVilliams, Margaret ....... George P., Jr.. . . . .293 George. M., :lr .... .330. 373, M 228, 454 .....526 .....464 345. 510 411 Madison. Orin E ........ 330, 347, 540 Maher, Lois E ............... 415, 558 Ma'or, Donald M .... ........... 4 17 Malcinson, Harold ..... 375, 526 Malan, Christian R .... ....... 4 36, 498 Malbin, Barnett ...... . ........... 437 Malfroid, Byron W ...... 235, 232, 514 Mallick, Egon L. P.. ............. .92 Malone, Hilda J ..... ......... 5 72 Maltby, D. Chester ..... .. .408 5:10 Manting, Jacob ......... .. . Manwaring, Roger Marais, Hendrik J. Marcinkiewiez. VVaiol J ....... Marinus, Carleton I ......... ...........215 .215 J .... 1. .... . .....522 .....552 436 sos 516 Orwig, Florence Ti. . .. Nash, Carlton E ..... Paige. Edilfif R ----- Marker, Roland .... 138, 496 Marquis, Barbara L .... .... 3 35, 572 Marquis. Doroth ................ 572 Marse, Howard E ................. 496 Marshall, Clement H.....367 177, 168, 169, 460, 506 Marshall, Helen L ............ 576, 417 Marshall, Howard B ........ . ..... 408 Marshall, Richard B .... . ...... 408 Marshall, Richard G .... ..... 4 66 Marshall, Yendys C .... .... 4 11 Marson. Homer R ...... ....l3S Marstetter. William F .... ..... 5 32 Martin, Frank, Jar ..... .. . ..... 55, 538 Martin, Malin ..... ........... 4 07 Martinek, Alois L ................ 329 Martz, Lawrence S... .... 251, 398, 494 Martzolff, Carl P ...... . ...... 405, 417 Marwinske, Alfred C ......... 405, 435 Mason, Alfred ........ .... 4 10, 462 Mason, George H. .... 329, 462 Mason, Perry ....... ..... ..... 4 0 7 Mason, Roscoe J ........... ..... 4 37 Mason, William G .......... ..... 4 88 Mason, VVilliamEJ. B ..... 215, 205, 508 Master, Helen ............ 587, 560 Matson, Opal V ....... ..... ..... 5 5 8 Mattern, Lewis H...348, 373, 405, 410 Mattern. Melvin E ................ 456 Matteson, Clayton B. ............. 510 Matthews, Christian F ....... 437, 494 Matthews. Robert F. .389, 391, 431, 53,1 Maulbetsch, Alvin D ...........,... 50 Maunder, Leonard H .............. 427 M'ay, Lois E ...... 54, 360, 92, 408, 566 Mayer. Carl F .............. 370, 138 Maynard, Tom R. ....... 361, 298, 484 Mead. Edward M ................. 528 Mechem, Clara B .............. ...566 Mechem. Elizabeth C ........ .92, 560 Medes, Harriet R ..... 92, 588, 406, 417 Meehan, Robert M .......... 138, 208 Meeks, Lester A. ..... ...196, 427, 496 Mehlman, I. Jack ................. 92 Melcher, A. Robert ...... 215, 431, 436 Meleher. Florence L ............... 582 Menchnfer. Joseph D. .92, 387, 391, 409 Mendenhall, Marjorie ............ 587 Mengel. Elizabeth A.. .,.......... 562 Meranda, Edgar W ............. -..138 Mercer, Anna B ............ .335, 93 Merner, Roland F ..... 54, 93, 407, 476 Merrica, Arnold A .......... 164, 162 Merrill, E. Forrest .......... 407. 518 Merrill, Lionel ... 435, 526 Merritt, M. Lucille .... . ..... 580 Merritt, Russell D .... ..... 5 12 Merton, Tobn B .... ..... 458 Mervis, David ....... ..... ..... 4 1 9 Messner, Daniel K ................ 466 Metcalf. Tessie T. ......... 335. 599. 562 Mettel, Howard B.... .......... .474 Metz, Eduard F .............. 121, 138 Meyer, Joe ...................... 196 Miars, Marion H. ........ 250, 427, 524 Mighell, Mildred C...55, 334, 335, 336, ' 359. 360, 373. 375. 93. 394 Milburn. Loyal R ........ 139, 395, 396 Millar, Bruce I.... .......... 361, 382 Miller, Anna ................. 93, 570 Miller, Clarence G ....... 215, 205, 512 Miller, Edith M ...... . ............. 93 Miller, Fernand W ..... ........... 4 08 Miller, Hazen L ...... ..... 9 3 Miller, Helen M ...... ..... 9 3 Miller, Herman R .... .... 3 56 Miller, Irwing B. .... ..... 4 17 Miller, Joseph M .... ....... 4 86 Miller, aura P. ..... . .... . ..... 417 Miller, Margaret A .... . .... 248, 568 Miller, Margaret E ..... ......... 5 88 Miller, Maurice C ...... .... 4 78, 506 Miller, Nicholas D .... ..?28. 307. -817 Miller, Norman F ........ 260. -156. 5?6 Miller, Robert F ..... . ........ 362, 534 Mlllr, Ronald L ......... 408, 417, 480 Miller, Sylvester G ...... .......... 4 90 Millhoff. Kirk R .... Mills, Harlan A .... M' h' H lW inc in, o.warc Miner, Martin F. . . . . ........... 536 .....55 94 ... ....... 522 Mines, Ida E ......... .... . 375, 402 Minor, Emma J ............ ....... 5 70 Mirrielees. D. Knight ............. 450 Mitchell, Donald L.. .... 358, 373. 427 215, S24 408 Mitchell, omni 12 .... ......... F . Moats, Dale H ..... ..... .510 Index-Continued Moderow, Eohanna M. . . . . .349, 417 Moloney, dward L ..... . ....... 462 Molter, Benjamin S ..... ...... 1 91 Monroe, Robert T .............. 55, 94 Montgomer , Katharene .... ..... 5 82 Montigue, Gorton J ........... 437, 512 Moon, Hahn W. ....... .. .....462 Moon, arcella B .... .. ..... 589 Moore, George F .... .......... 5 16 Moore, Hu h R ...... ....... 2 60, 522 Moore, Nei? A ........... ......... 4 96 Moore, Paul M., Jr ...... .94, 405, 412, , 431, 464 Moore, Whitley B 405 488 ..... .... , Moorhead, Dwight Morrill, Donald M.. , Morris, Elwood W .......... .'1'i7' ' 166' '4'7'4 ' Morris, Samuel C ...... ..... Morrisey, Richard C.. ..... . Morrison, Chester C ..... 365, Morse, Mary L ......... Morton, Marens R ........ Morton, Moses E ........... Morton, Oliver H...333, 405, Motley, Fred E ............. Moulthrop, Clarence 139 506 . . . . .215 . . . . .391 .. . . .408 274, 275, 279, 458 4151 ' .2.7.6, . A ........ Mumford, Irving M ...... Mummery, James F ....... 5 Munger, Reuben B .... .. Munro, Lillian M.. Munro, Raymond . sf 'kibl' 349 196 177 550 405 454 .. . . .532 333, 417, Murphy, Edward Murphy, Helen B.. Murphy, Helen E.. Murphy, James E ....... Mutchler, J. Harley .... . Myers, Carl F. ........ Myers, George WV.. Myers Nona G .... Myll, 'Loraine O .... N N 1 1.12 sf ..... N:l:11gp:a?,'Matl1eweE ..... .. Nash, David D ..... Neef, Arthur F ........ Neil, Herbert E ........ Neiman, Abraham S Neller, Nelson, Harold E. .. Clifford T.. Nelson, lloward A. . . Nelson, Neva M .... Nelson, Rilla A ..... Nelser, Alfred ll ..... Nertney, Patrick S ..... Nethaway, Frank R . . . . Neuman. lrma M. . . . .. Neumann, Carl W. . .55 Ncuss, Joseph ......... Nevue, Wil red ........ Ncwbold, Alfred 'l' .... Newcomb, Cyrenius A.. Newcomer, Harold F.. Newell, Dorothy G .... . Newell, Frank C ...... Newton. Roy E ....... Nicholson, Roy W ...... 94, 480 552 415 139 139 . .. . .417 . .. . .587 . . . .512 .. ...407 . . . .139 . .476 .94 .94 .....40S, 139 139 333 480 . . . .434 390 390 496 . . . . .524 .......508, ....576 , 328, 548 417,419 .....375 ...94, 526 .....482 .....341, 540 .....578 355. 94, 273, 546 . .... 419 .95, 390 .....396 ..329, 446 ......140 .....572 .....444 .....528 .....437 Nicholson. Hope ll .... ........ 5 68 Nickels, Bernice J .... ..... 4 15, 417 Nicholai, Hulda M .... ........ 4 15 Nimms, Violet M ..... ...... 5 S9 Nipps, Rachel H ..... .... 9 5, 558 Nisbet, Frank T .... .......... 5 12 Nixon, I-Ienry K ...... . .......... 554 Nobbs, Lucille A .......... ........ 3 35 Noble, Anna L ........... 589 406, 564 Noble, Rozctta E .................. 574 Norton, Arthur B ........ 177, 168, 169 Norton, Cecil A .............. .... . 140 Norton, Chas. M... ...... 329 251, 494 Norton, Emma M .... . ............ 528 Norton, Ruth G ............... 95, 402 Novy, Frank O. .......... 347. 367, 506 Novy, Marguerite F ............... 562 Novy, Robert ...... .. ..... 347, 506 Nowlen, Hitton M ..... Nowodorski, Leon A ..... Nugent, Ed L. . . ...... ...373, ......399 411 ...401, 498 Nugent, VValter M ............ 251, Nutten. Wesley L ............ Nye, Gerald F. ..... 361, 365, O Oakes, Elizabeth B .... Oakes, Mary E ...... Obery, Paul O ........ O'Connor, Dorothy G. . . O'Don'nell, William .. Ogoosltevtiz, llarry F Ohlinger, Constance: Ohlmacher, Albert P. Ohlmacher, Grace ....... O'Leary, John M .... . .. Olsen, Elva A ..... Olsen, Laverne .... Olsen, Russell li. .. Olson. John E ....... Olthoff, Jacob ......... O'Meara. Alleine L ..... Oren, Chase O ......... .258 246. 301, 407 1 498 470 273. 468 .....335 ....589, 41.3 .......417 . ....... 580 ....506, 554 ...........390 ...........417 .95, 275, 526, 546 ...........572 . ......... 216 ....417 ....140 ....534 Orzechowski, Stanislas 'f Osband. Helen ....... 336, 364, Osborn, Otho C ........... .... Osborne Earl D ..... Osborne: George E. . . 1 121 140 Osburn, Charles '... Osgood, Olive M ..... Osius, Charles R., Jr ..... 375, Osius, Eugene A .............. Otis. Warren' W .... 341, 363, Outland, Tom ........... . .... Overman, Mary E ....... ..... P Pack, Philip C ....... 55, 3487 3 Pafenbash. Esther M. ........ . Page, Samuel 'l' ..... . . Paine, Paul P ...... Paisley, Lewis C .... ...496 95 . ....... 580 . .......... 476 . ...... 95. 572 . ...... 140. 401 588 413 .....216 .....522 .....552 396, 470 .....582 405, 530 407, S26 121. 140 . .... 478 .....566 . 355. 365. 8, 95, 484 .....587 .140, 496 ........95 .....524 .....-460 Pallister, Zelpha R ............. 96, 584 Palma, Joseph .... 55, 405,, 411, 474, 506 Palmer, Haydn .......... .. ........ 4-18 Palmerlee. Faith E ............ 578, 409 Panlil. Anthony C.. Panlilio. Alejandro J ..... Paris, Morris.. . . . . . .....140 .....197 .....389 Parker, Falice G ....... ..... 9 6, 562 Parker, Georgina M ..... ......... 5 89 Parkinson, Harold E ..... .... 4 35 522 Parks, Anne 'B ....... . ....... 96 Parks, M. Gertrude... ...... .412 Parks, Robert C ....... ......... 3 96 Parks, Vernon H, ....... .... 2 75, 496 Parmenter. Vlfarren C ............ ..468 Parshall, Millis V. ............ 141, 536 Parsons, Frederick W ............. 458 Parsons, Winifred ........ 409, 413. 560 Parzens, Herbert .............. 388, 390 Patchin, Elizabeth .... ....... 9 6, 574 Pate, Robert J ....... ......... 4 52 Paton, Dorothy ........ .... 5 76 418 Patterson, Carleton G. ............. 478 Patterson, Dorothy E ...... 375, 96, 564 Patterson, Howard F .......... 435, 532 Patterson, Robert C...55, 346, 355, 358, 365, 96, 399, 470 Patton, Ernest F. M ............... 96 Patton. Wendell L ................. 488 Paul, M. Ardath .................. Paulus, Marie S .... Paulzer, Harry B. . . .. Pauszik, Thomas B. . . Payne, Earl C ........ .55, 96, 570, .562 381 ....14l, 427 496 Payne, Elizabeth H .... ...... s s9,' Pearson, G. Buell .... Pease, Frank D ...... Peattie, William Peets, Margaret A .... Pellow, William F .... Penick, Muir ......... Penniman, Bruner R. 415 468 . ......... 470 494 . .... 437 . ....... 418 . ..... 405 . .. ...... .460 464 ...55, Pentecost, John L., Jr .... ..... 4 60 Schwartzbck. Otto Peoeoek, T.aura .-X . . . . . . . Perltiiis, l'.verard I' . . . Perkins, G. Voigt. . . Perlis. Moe S ...... Perrin, John S ....... . .33n, 336, .....-108, 426 452 ..........448 ........216 473 276, Perrot, 1Vaync A.. ................ 494 Perschbaelicr, Olga C ..... Pertzovitz, Arthur .... Petersen, George T.. . . Peterson, George M .... Peterson, Henrietta P. . . . Peterson. Verne E. . . . . . .. ..359, 97, 383 '2i6f Petrie. liloy E .......... ..... Petterscn, Petter G. . . . . . 5142 . . . . .370 216. 205 402, 418 205, 524 .....576 .....141 Petty. Fred J. ................ 268, 474 Pettyjohn, Elmore S ...... 97, 276, 466 l'feitTer, Mary E ................... 97 Phelps, Clara M ...... ...... 9 7, 574 Phelps, Robert XV .... ...... 4 46 Phillips. Chas. M. . . ..... 536 Phillips, Thomas E .... .......... 3 43 l'iek:1r1l. Ihl'lC1llZlS G .... ........... 4 76 Picltus, Sam G ........... 377, 187, 191 Pierce. Dorothy E .... ...... 9 7, 561 Pierce. James M ..... ........... 5 18 Piggott. NVal1accJ ............. 141, 488 Pillsbury, Chas ........... 235, 232, 514 l'in'lterton. Marcin ,l'. ........... 364, 570 Piper. Paul H ........ 347 367. 177, 160 Pixley. Genette E ........... 55, 97, 566 Plath. 1111140 W ..... ........ 1 41, 434 Plath, Louis A .... Platt. Hazel K .... . .... ...434 Podolski, Jan . ....... . ....... .....58-1 ......40l Podolski, Paul J ................... 401 Poleski, John J. . .356, 373, 197, 191, 401 Pollock, Ja111cs K.. Jr .........,,.,, 391 Pollock, T.isle T. .......... 343, 249, 538 Popp. He1'bert T. ...... ........... 4 76 Porter, Donald J.. . .......... 474 Porter, Doris E .... ..... 5 72, 410 Porter. Harry 'l' ............... 141, 536 Porter, llorace XV ................. 522 Porter, T.owrie J.216, 205, 407, 419, 512 Porter. Mary N ................. ..586 Post. John C ....... . ...... 419 Post. Marjorie T. ..... ........ 5 88 Potter, Mildred ll ...... ..,. 4 18, 552 Pottinger, Alice E ................. 97 Pottinger, Alvarctta ................. 98 Pnttineer. James ............. 329. 346 Powell, Emily ........ 364, 586, 406, 418 Pflwvll. Leroy TJ .......... 98, 532, 554 l"owC1'. Percy J ................... 532 Powers, Carlton J .... .... ..... 5 1 2 Powers, Ethelmary ................. 335 Powers, Tustin T. .................. 328 Powrie. Mary E ......... 582. 587. 415 Prall. Harry J ...... 177, 522, 168, 169 Prange. Meta K. .................. 98 Pratt, Stephen ....... 363. 141, 405, 466 Precliard. Leda .................... 574 Price, Florence M ........... .375, 98 Price, Gorton F .... .......... 4 94 P1'obst, Dorothy L ,... ...98, 570, 413 Prucha. Hugo 1" .... .... 4 05, 407, 419 Pnvogel, Fred T.. . . ....... , . , .419 Quarry, Lueile 11.98, 381, 395, 410, 562 Quinlan, Valera F ........ 360 98, 580 It Rademaeher. lleatrice C Rader, Katherine A. . . . . . Raid. Tlertha, E ........ Raishy. Hubert Tl .... Raphael, Theophilc .... Ramsay. Morgan' ..... Ramsdell, Helen E ..... ...580 . .... 270 ......572 ........500 ...347, 367 .......462 ......572 Randall, Alfred Tl ................. 476 Rasmussen, Clarence T.. .. Rasmussen. Ella. . . . . . . . . .....399, 484 Rathburn, Carlisle ll. .2l6, 205. 427, 524 Itaub. Howard W ................. 524 Raub, T.awrence G ................. 524 Ranner, Mildred C ................. 580 Ray. T.aw1'cnce 'I' ...... . . .164, 162, 534 Raymond, Earl E..330, 121. 141, 396. 407, 427, 435 Index-Co ntinu ed Raynsford. Grace 112.360, 98. Reade. Dorothy ll ....... Reardon, 11. Maria ...... Reavill. Riel1ey .......... Rebentisch, Clarence ..... 406 .....a7-1, ......99, .....36l, .....-107, Reed, Ernest ......... . . .... . . . . Reed Hester M. ..... . ,410, , 335, 364 Reed, Hugh D ............... 405, Reed. John L ........... Reed, Thomas M .... Reeder, James D ......... Reese, Dorothy V ....... .....408, ..408, ..55, 99, Reese, Ralph W ................. Regan, Agnes C ....... Reid, Jasper B ........ 55, Reid, Orville E .... Reid, Thomas J ...... . Relder, Francis D .... , .. hkbfisi, 273, 300, .....408 'llllibbi Reilly, John Randolph .... ... . .. Reindel Ed ar G , g ....... Reindel, Howard W. .. ...I114Z Reindel, Mildred M .............. Rcineke, Gladys K ....... 335, 589, Relyea, Kenneth E ............... Renkcs. Aimee G .... 406, 418, 426, Rennell. llarry I ................. Rentsch, Samuel B ...... ........ . Reynolds, Clyde ............. 178, Reynolds, Mildred R ............. Reynolds, Margery E ..... 406, 418, Reynolds, Milcrct R ..... 587, 270, Rhines, Margaret L ..... . Rhoades, Mary ..... Rhodes, Cecil C ...... Rhodes, Donald Riach, William M ..... .....572, .III40sQ Rice, Edgar L .......... ...... Rice, Lucile M .................. Richardson, Phyllis M ......... 99, Richtig. Joseph S ............ 341, Rickard, Mildred K .............. Rieger, Lavanche G .............. Riess, Walter S ......... 378, 409, Rtiggle, Oliver ...... .... . 235, Ri er, Aaron D ................. Rikcr, George B ......... 405, 478, Rile , Frank . ........ . .. . . .276, 418 Rincllelhardt, Igarl F .... ...... , Rings, James A ........ Riorden, Vincent H ..... Risheberger. Paul A .... Ritchey, Edith M ...... Ritche , Hazel . ...... . Rivardi: Melvin M ....... Roberts, Elizabeth Roberts, Joh11 C ....... Roberts, Walter C ....... Robertson, J-ames W. . Robertson, homas B ..... .... Robertson, Tom H..178, 169, ..1II373 42k Robinson, Esther H .............. Robinson, Harold F .......... 370, Robinson, Irma N ....... Robinson, J. Ellsworth .... 333, Robinson ohn P .....s64, sau , J ...... ...... Robinson, Raymond B ........... Robson, Ruth M ...... Rochat, Marguerite Roc11o Victor H ..... Roderick, George ll .... H .. Rodriguez Juan ........ 111111701 Roegner, Norman C ...... 407, 419, Roehm, Harold R ................ Roemer, Armin A .............. .. Roeser, Clare11ce L ........... 435, Rogers, George E., J1' ..... ...... Rogers. Walter S ....... ....... Rogoski, Alexis J ..... ...197, Rolls, James A., ...... Romingcr. Alice E .... Rooks, Clarissa F .... Roop, George E .... Rorick, Ailan H ..... ..III4b5Q Rorick, Marvin I-I ................ Rose, Helen ............ 576, Rosen, Leo S ....... .... 412 Rosenberg, Irene J. . .. ..... . . .. Rosenberg, Louis L .............. Rosenblum, Josephine ........... Rosenthal, Florence R .... 100, 586, Rosenthal, Henrietta E. . . . . . .377, Rosenthal, Hilliard E ............ Rosenthal, Jacob N .............. Rosenthal, Samuel R ......... 373, Roser, Carl E ..... 347, 361, 367, 248, 526, Roser, Frederick S ............... 560 589 564 545 216 .347 562 480 512 293 400 .418 .524 .576 99, 460 460 .486 500 .462 . .99 395 .589 564 .458 554 .402 .400 160 .560 560 418 580 .558 .419 419 .363 .375 .587 560 347 .572 . .99 490 232 .270 506 504 480 .399 .375 .408 .418 .418 .486 .589 .368 .480 378 .458 490 .418 142 406 375 .480 .552 .100 .587 .418 .450 169 484 .474 .434 530 .405 .476 191 .478 .418 .100 418 .454 .454 418 .378 .587 .100 .332 418 197 .490 .142 390 375, 554 .408 Rosevelt, Ruth 1' .... .... Ross, Cecil A ...... .. Ross, Robert A .... . Rough. James H .... Rounsville. Frank .... ..... Routier, Glenn E ....... ...... Rowe, Prudence M .......... Rowley, Howard F. ..... 276. Rubert, Hazel M .... 100, 574, Rubley, Samuel J ............ Rueh. Carl I-I. ..........., . Rudolph, Herbert B .......... Ruedelnann, Albert D ........ Ruihley. Alonzo C. ...... 342, Ruihley, Elliot F ........ 377, Russell, Adelaide Russell, Edwin P... Russell. James TT .... . Russell, Nelson V ..... Russell, Robert P ..... . Russell, Walter C ..... 109 578 .100 .....217 ....484 '18 ...NJ .....534 480i 406 1 .587 516 418 .....407 .....142 .....504 .....522 191 402 100 191 498 418 .....526 Rutz. Lawrence M ..... ...... 4 1 Ruzicka. Edward E ........... Ryan. James E ............. Rybolt, Thomas M ....... 101, 274 Ryehencr. Ralph O ...... Rye, Harold ............ 363., E5 Sabin. Carlton R ........ 354, 142, Saekett. Lena M .... ...... Sadakata. Ka111cyo ..... ..... Safford. Henry B ........... St. Clair, Julius R ....... 105 365 Raymond K ....... Ilarold A ......... Salon, Nathan ....... . St. Clair, St. John. Sanborn, Irwin T .... Sanborn, Mabel . . . .... . . . . Sanders, May .............. Sargent. J. VVirth .... 343, 368 Saunders. Harold .......... Saunders. Jessie L ....... 359. Savage. Tames N .......... .. Sayncr. Lawrence . ......... Scarborough, Harland J. . . Schaeht. Elmer C ........ 330. 373, Schafer. Gilbert P .......... Schaffer. Jacob ........... . Schaffter, Edward M .... 120. 122, Scheinman, Ben ............. Schermerlmrn. James, Jr.. 10 365, 373, 375.-378, , SCl1!!l"l1'lQ1'll01'11. Katrina . . . . . Schiejplni, Laura A. . . . . . . . ....-118 101, 418 .....341 .....s5a R 480 274, 301 .....197 427, 400 301, 522 274, 279 357 12L 305 464 101, 402 586, 402 .....476 55.562, 405 462 261, sas ,,,,,3tl6 .....400 418, 554 .....l0l .....l0l 249,520 .....406 101, 400 .....500 . .... 407 .....l9Z 341. 142. 351. 474 .....446 .....542 339, 142, 101, 344. 476 357, 542 490 355. 530 .....562 .....572 Schillingcr, Harold K. . . . . . .408 Schi11dler. T.ouis J.... . Scl1lee. Herbert J ...... Schluntz, Herman H ........ Schmidt, Doris 'l' ........... Scl1midt, James ............ Schmidt, Lennox J.. .2l7, 205, Schmitz, Herbert D ......... Schneirler, Lawrence B ...... Schneider. Marguerite Schnitz. Hack T. ......... Schoenfc d, Lewis .... Scholl. Evelyn ll .... .. Scholl. Richard XV ..... .... Schoolland, John B ..... .. Schott, Lawrence F ....... .... Schrader, A1vi11 C ........... Schreiber, Irma ......... 587, Schreiber, Woldemar F..102, Schuknecht. Vera E .......... Schulte, Ida M .............. Schultz, William H ..... Scl1umacl1er. Earl E .... Schutt. Fred T ........ Schwalbc, Franz G ...... .. T .... Schwarz, John M ..... 492 476 .....405 .....548 .....574 .....522 436 1 524 .....534 . .... 474 ....102 ....142 .....452 415 4k7f 250 415 418: ..-118 .111 102 494 524 566 480 .....102 .....589 54K 437 .524 540 482 .....552 .....524 .....276 Schwi11ck, Esther ..... ........ . .418 Schwinck, Ruth G ............ 415. 418 Scofield, lhI31'l'lS0l'l W.. ..... 405, 466 Scott. 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Herbert .............. 418 Tuttle, Clyde ............ 219, 205, 508 Tuttle, James H .... 373, 405, 418, 552 Tuttle, .ouise ..... ...... 1 07, 588 Twiss, Millard R ........ 219, 407, 522 IJ Ulrich, Louis R.. ..... . .......... 508 Underwood, Arthur J ............ 408 Updike, Bernice A ........ 335, 584, 418 Upton, Elmer C .................. 405 Urch, Wellington T... ........ .462 Ursehel. George C .... ...293, 456 Usher, Edward Jr .... ..... 2 93 A7 Van Armberg, Mildred C ...... 576, 418 Van lloven, Peter J .............. 486 Van Brunt, Alcxanc er P .......... 373 Vanderlinde, R. A ................ 418 Vander Velde, Cornelius C ........ 496 Vandeventer, Bessie A ............ 107 Van Dnsen, Charles"l'. 362, 122, 247. , 460 Van Eenenaam. Cornelius... ..... 145 Van Heerden, Nicolaas H .... ..... 4 98 Van Keppel, Gerald W .......... 534 Van Ness, Lawrence R...373, 405, 460 Van Norman, Marjorie C ...... 578, 584 Van Oosten, John .............. ..108 Van Riper, Fred A .... 219, 205, 524 Van Seliallairjk. Ochert D. J ...... 436 Van Schoick, John D ............. 528 Van Tyne, Evelyn I ........ 415, 418 Van Ynlkenhnrgh. Y. Arthnr..l79, 169, 526 Van Wagoner, Murray D ......... ,293 Van Winkle, Harriett ........ 578, 587 Van Zandt, Marjorie A ........ 381, 562 Yardon, Ann ................. 108. 582 Varnum, Henry .............. 229,407 Vedder, Francis I1 ...... 205, 462, 508 Velde, Karl H .............. 379, 466 Vellcman, Howard S ............. 542 Verlenden, Susan S ...... 335, 406, 560 Yernon, Eugene R ................ 466 Verschoor, Peter .................. 396 Vickers, Panl Amos .... 339, 357, 121, 145, 546 Vickery, Esther K .......... 335, 578 Vincent, Lester B .... ...... 3 77, 198 Vincent, Merrill D ............ 391, 538 Vinter, Gladys V ............ 589, S64 Visscher, William W .... 342, 198, 191 Vivian, Frances V ................ 587 Vogd, Margaret G .... ........... 5 72 Vogt, lloward D ...... .... 4 35 Voigt, Willy C. ..... 514 Vokes, I. D ............ ....... 5 S7 Volk, Ralph L ................... 468 Vollertsen, llernhard H ...... 427, 462 Von Ewgen, Herbert F .......... 418 Von Ewegen, Ora L ........ 587. 418 Von Walthausen, Anna ....... 108, 410 Von Walthansen, Marie D.. ...... 108 Vorys, Harry C .................. 524 Vyn, Clarissa D.108, 334, 335, 360, 578 167 Wachs, William .......... --..542 Wadhams, Carol W ...... ..... 5 70 Waggoner, William 1-1 ............ 452 Wagner, A. Randall ..........,... 407 Wagner, Barbara ....... .... 5 70, 589 Wagner, Herbert I' .... ........ 4 05 Wagner, Ruth E ......... ..... 5 68 Waite, Vernon D ......... .... 1 45 VValbridge. Robert P ........ .... 4 86 Walbridge, Woodbnrn I1 .... ....460 Waldo, Josephine ll ....... .... 5 84 Waldo, ewis P ......... ..... 3 81 XValdoek, George ll... ....... .474 Walkem. Frederick... .... 408, -162 1Valker, Frank E .... .... 1 08, 427 Index-Continued 276 405 418 500 366 558 418 566 108 568 369 468 335 486 433 391 574 408 574 566 4-lt: 458 550 399 419 526 -156 169 418 53,2 43-1 522 454 -15-1 539 478 4711 418 145 4541 574 526 558 518 553 271.1 405 109 437 514 572 522 496 562 109 456 480 560 492 270 478 458 109 418 418 381 508 4.55 418 458 418 448 109 456 500 474 490 490 570 516 558 578 572 548 582 416 564 500 169 416 482 -180 415 466 400 524 XVallcer, Harlan N ........... ... Walker, ilohn F ................. Walker, ortia..55, 108, 578, 413, Waller, Harold G ............... XValley, Mlames M ..... ......... Walsh, argaret V .... ....... VValter, Erich A ...... ...... . .. Vllalton, Florance E. ......... 406, Walz, Florence K ................ Wanstrom, Ruth C ...... 180, 168, VVard, Donald S ..... .......... VVard, Malin A ..... Ward, ary G ..... .... Ward, Ralph H ....... Ward. Robert Iden ............... Ward, Robert William...344, 388, Warner, Helen L ............... . Warfel. F. Leslie ..... VVarncr, Rnth A ..... ..... Warner. Wilhclmina .... .... 5 89 Warren. C. James .... .... ..... 5v31'l'0l1. John' L ............. .... . Vt'assman. Norman VV .... 109, 520, Wasson, llarry R ............ -170, Watson, Ella E .......... 347, 418, VValson, Robert VV..367, 180, 168, Watt. Alfred R ............. ..... Watt. Archibald ll ........ 367 180 1Nalts. Edward C. . . ..... . . . .. Watts. lolm D ....... .... 2 61. Watts. Yaldamar l.. .. ..... Way. Lewis R ............... 270. Weadock, Arthnr ........ 276, 435, Weadock, George 1' ......... ' ..... Wean, Marian C ........ .... ..... Weathers, Wilmer ll... .. 379, Weaver, Lloyd M ..... .. -119. Weber, Alma M ...... .. 576. VVeber. Forrest E .... ..... VVeebs. lloward ..... .... ..... Meeks, Yirginia ...... ..... ..... Welbonrn. l.eland S ...... 180, 169, Welch, Wilma E ...... ...... 4 18, VVeller, Charles N ................. 1Vellcs, Florence M ......... ..... NVellford. llarry A .... 55, 355, 109, Wells, Carlton F .................. 1Yeltman, NV. Conrad .............. NVendler. Adolph F ..... 145, VVendt. Wesley M .... ..... VVen'tzy. Eugenia M .............. NVershow, Max ................ 347, 1fVeske, Richard F .... 146, 274, 279, Wesley, Frances lvl. ......... ..... 1Nessinger, Helena L .............. Vtfest. Donald C. .339, 121, 146, 396, VVest. Edward J ............. 408, West. Marjorie 1 ......... 589, 418, Wescott. llraytun W ......... ..... VVeston, Archie 13 ........ 365, 274, Vtlelxel. Calvin G .............. 293 Wheeler. llradner D .... .... ..... Wheeler, Leila E ....... ..... Whelan, Laura M ....... ..... Vtfhelan. Marjorie M .... ..... VVhinery, lnglc li ....... .. W'hitaker. l'erry Y ..... .. 219, Wliitcomb, llarold ti .... ..... White. Avis M ....... ..... White. llngh C ..... White, Myrtle M... Whiting, llenry ...... ..... VVhitncy. Jessie E ...... 335, 1Vickham, Frederick 11... .. VVicks, llernard D ........... ..... 1Vieman, Elton E.36l, 365, 274 279 VVien'er, Earl L .............. 377. V1"iener, Sam'l ...... 378, 251, 398. VViggins, Olive J .... 33-1, 335, 364, Wight. Fred 'Il .............. ..... Wilber. lone A .............. 418, Wiley. Phyllis G ........ ..... Wilgns. Caroline ti .......... ..... XYilkins, Ralph L ........... .... . NVilkinson, Charlotte M ...... 335, Wilkinson, MacNanghton. .180. 169 Wilkinson, Nellie L ........... 109, Willard-Jones, lloward ....... 146, NVillett, Gaillard P ........... 180, Williams, Dorothy D.572, 258, 387, NVi1liams, Edwin 1. ............ 431. NVilliams, Egertun R ......... 408. WVilliams, Frances E ......... ..... 1Villiams, llenry E.. Jr ...... 219. VVilliams, Marian .... 360, 110, 570, 11"illian1s, Max M ........ 219, 204. 1Villiams. Newland A ...... 219 205, 512 Williamson. l.onise 11 ..... 360. 110, 566 1rVillison, Frances li ............... 589 1Vilson, Ln ....... ................. 1 10 1Yi1min1c. Gerard A ................ 486 Wilmot, Carl ll .......... 373. 418, 550 Wilson, lien 11 ....... ..... - ....... 4 54 Wilson, Donald E .... ...55, 110, 435 1Yilson. Donald E .... .......... 4 56 1rVilson, Glen W ...... ............ 4 70 Vtfilson, Herbert E ............. 55, 355 1Ni1son, llerhert ti ........ 375, 110, 530 1Vilson, Mabel E. ..... . ...... 572, 587 NVilson, Scymonr D ...... 348, 373, 460 VV.ilson, Wlll'1f1'Ctl S ...... 589, 419, 562 1Vi1ton, Dorothv 1. .............. ...570 Winans, Lynn C ................... 495 1Yinch, Lois A. ................... 418 Winchell, Constance M...360, 110, 572 Winchell. Joseph P ................ 269 VV'indes. Guilford R .... .......... 3 91 WinFie1d, Emery 11 ............ 427. 514 Vtfinsernins, llarry '1' ............... 401 1Vins1ow, Rollin R...368. 369. 446. 504 Winter, Benjamin' W ........... ...472 VV1irt. VVm. Howard ................ 472 Wirth, Elmer ll .... 341, 345. 229. 407. 419,540 Wise, Ray E ............ . ......... 119 VVishropp. Edward A .......... 407. 427 Wisner, llarold E ........ 427. 433. 528 Witt, E. Donald .................. .464 VVoessncr. .Alice M. ....... 110. 4110. 5312 1Vnng, Kel 'I' ...... ............ 4 35 1Yong, Som ........... - ..-133 Wohl. llernarrl .... .... 3 48. 375, 111 VVood. A. Neil .... ................ 5 311 Vliood, Amelia 'l'. ........ 180. 169. 568 XVood, Clad W .......... 111, 546. 399 Wood, Clarence L., Jr ............. 431 1Vood, Donald 1. .............. 431, 538 1Voodford. Archer ....... ......... 4 31 Woodford, John VV ........... 431. 538 Woodmansee, Ernest R ............ 500 VVooclru11', Lee M ............. 268, 474 NVoodward. Richard M..121, 146, 478. 357, 358 NVoodworth. llarrict 1"..418. 562, 381. 4119 1N'ordcn, Lloyd VV...l ........ 164, 162 NVorth, Mrs. Sara R .......... 111, 415 VVoodrnlTWoodrnf1'. Lee M ......... 474 VVornm. Alice M ........... ..... 1 11 lrwright, Carroll S ......... ..... 5 06 11Vright, Clarence NV... ....... 146 VV'right, Evadne R ..... .... 5 89. 502 1'1'right, Marie 0 ..... ....... 5 64 NVright, Ralph M .... ....... 3 99 Wrigley. Frances ..... .... 5 76, 411 NVrnble. Milton. .... ....... 4 19 VVnerfcl. Frieda E... .... 111. 532 Wylie, Elizabeth ...... ....... 4 18 VVy1ie, Margaret ..... .... 1 11, 586 W'yn1an. James A. ..... .... 2 29. 510 1Yynne. Catherine 13 ..... .... 1 11. 580 1F Yale. Margaret D .... .--403 Yang, Pei C ....... ........ 4 33 Yanson. Emily ..... .... .--..- 5 7 6 Yates. Earl C ...... ............ 5 36 Yeager. A. Mark ......... 408, 419, 512 Yen. Fang. .........A ............... 4 33 Yerkes, Donald F., Jr ............ JM Yerkcs. Francis E ................. 566 Yerkes. Margaret A ...... 359. 111, 588 Yerkes. Robert G .... ............ 4 62 Yost, Norman F' .... .... 1 21. 146, 396 Young, Donald C .... ............ 5 111 Young, Fromilda A .... .......... 4 18 Young, loseph 11 .... ....-431 Yonng, Yiola M. .... ....... 2 70 Young. NVin'g 'Fong .... .... 1 46. 433 Yonngqnist, Alvin M .... ....... 3 69 Youngs, Lovisa A ..... ..... 4 18 il Zanelli. Carlos A ......... 365, 412, -18-1 Zastrow, Joseph A ............ 276, 512 Zigler, Arthnr E. .341'1. 372. 412, 478, 504 Zinnnerli. Franz 1' ........... ..... 4 96 Zingg, 1fVm. F ........... ......... 3 41 7oe11in. Frederick J... ....... 251 7nver, Arthnr ....... . .220, 510 Zwe. llertnan S .... ....... 4 90 Zylstra, Sidney C... .... 329. 546


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