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XJ A JW, rl ,,a7,',35QS 'QSgg"g:' . ifldfglls' .4 ' 1 2, Ded1caJcecl'l69 5 ,flxfg if PRESIDENT HARRY BURNS HUTCHINS ,,,.-' 2. .. , f.. A ,NQXRX Q--'Q l ftlsllx vi ' 1 4:3 W - 1 ' .: .-1 1 'rf xg.-, -' '- - ' as-fa: Q 2 ..,, - , ' I -,' ...cT'i-':f'f:1'::E. - A s TX. .,,,.,k, g...,.,. ln future years when these days at Michigan, here portrayed, will have become dim and even more pleasant memories, University history will be divided into two eras, -Michigan Be- fore the War, and Michigan After the War. ' ' For students who will soon be gradu- ated it has been the privilege of the 1920 MICHIGANENSIAN to record the first year of' the latter period. To what extent it has done so, adequately, will be judged,-ten-twenty-thirty -years from now,- by the frequency with which those students revert to the following pages. CONTENT SCENES TI-IE' UNIVERSITY SENIORS CLASSES I ATHLETICS PUBLICATIONS ORGANIZATIONS FRATERNITIES WOMEN 1 uni' -I . im A " . V... N - ' ..- -' ""E!?J A . 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D. tlcgrvv. xummn cum lnnxlr. ll'lllll Yzllv, lmving lawn mwlnim-ml in ilu- ihiign-g:1tiu1111l ministry in 1905. llc svrvcnl :ls :ll-Gsistzim prnlcssm' ul ?-ySlK'lllIlllC tllvulogy :xl Nl-xx llZlVt'll in IWW :xml WHS, :xml thu: following ytnr HS pnslnr of the f.lllll'l'll ul llic l'nlgrums, llwmlqlyn. New Ynrli. Ilia riivcl-ff llh prvsinlcnt of Smith Lfollcgv, Nortlimnpwn, AlIlhFllk'llllhl'llr. vzuiscml his sm-lcclimx :if pu-simlcnt ul' ilu- l'11ixl-wily of 1uillI3C50lZl in 1017. President Ilnrtnn is ilu- :mtlmr aff: ."'lihc Sri--wi pf .Xrliiuv-mm-nl." "'l'l1c l'mlmlvm uf l-Ivil," "Our lntvl- lccmal Altituclc in :ui Ago ul' L'ritiv:ism.' "l.11L- Xlliicll is l,il'c lmlcn-cl." :xml "l"irsl Things." 33 - Board of Regents RECENT Munrfm, Dl'1Tl!0ITQ Rnamcur SAwyEn, IIILLSDALEQ Rxcuxm-r Umm, IZKNTON luxuzong Klcxm' BEM., ANN Anson: SECRETARY S. W. SMITH, ANN AIIBOR, MICH. RECENT LELANII, Drrrnom-3 R1fol4N'r I1Ul!llARU, IIOUGIITONQ PRESIDENT Iflurclllns, ANN Almong Rlcnn' IIANCIIHTT, GRAND RAPIDS: Rr:r:l':N'r CLI-:Mr:N'rs, BAY CITY. MEMBERS - 1'IARRY B. IIUTCHINS, T..T,.D., Prcsiclcnt Lucuzs I.. I1UBllARD JUNIUS If. BICAL BIQNJAMIN H,ANCHE'l"I' FRANK B. LELAND WALTIQR H. SAWYER WILLIAM L. CLEMENTS VICTOR M. Gonrz JAMES O. MURFIN SIIIRLICY W. SMITH, SCCl'Clill'-Y 34 Board of Directorsof the University of Michigan Union 1 , ' ' W' S 1 l ,A t . Q . .1 ., .gxnigj PARKER ' srrAw.' ' 4, f BATES' 1. - . lionmzoox 7 ' 1 W IIQDAQI 'scuAPr-:R V ' 1 I 1roGAf Vg MCKINLEY ' ctmiro .gHOli.MAKER ' Mc CrI.NTOCK . lllllgjljw 'I ' i V 5 I V . I CARL T. HOGAN . ' . . . President CLARENCE J. CLEMO, Combined ' WILLIAM W. HINSHAW, Literary EARL B. MCKINLEY, Medical . ViceJPrcsidents CLAYTON S. SHOEMAKERI Engineering JAMES I. McCLIN1'ocK, Law GILBERT P. SCHAFER WILL-'RED B. SHAW . EVANS HoLnRooK . HENRY M. BATES LAWRENCE MAXWELL JOHN C. PARKER HENRY C. ADAMS . Roy CHAPIN EMERY THOMASON DANIEL ZIMMERMAN EARL D. BAEsT . 35 Recording Secretary . Alumni Secretary Financial Secretary . Faculty Members . Alumni Members Student Council, 1919-1920 IRVIN MASON no'r'ruM NASD BoYN'roN lrlmnin CARL E. JOHNSON . W. W. H1NS11AW, JR. FRED J. PE'r'ry . - . DAviD D. NASH . LR GRAND A. GAINES, LI TERA R V DAVID D. NASH '20 G. D. ANDERSUN '20 W. W. HINSHAW, JR. '20 KARL VELDE '20 FRED J. PIBTTY '21 CARL H. MASON '20 D. K. MESSNETQ '20 HI'INliY VV1-IITING '21 CHAS. E. IRWIN '21 ARCHITECTURE GRAYSON W. Glu. '20 r-R11-v mzsszum nnnynnn cArNns IIINSIIAW JOHNSON ANDERSON HOGAN Vlil.Dl'Z SLAvnNs HIRTM BLACKERT McLou'ru OIVIFICERS . . . . . . . President . . . . Vice-'President . Corresponding Secretary 5.1.1 . . . MEMBERS ENGINEERING CARI. T. 1'lOGAN '20 F. W. PARSONS '20 C, li. BoT'rUM '20 l'rERt:R MCLOUTH '21 IWEDICINE CHAS. H. MCCAR'l'Y '21 JOSEl'l"I KIRVIN '20 PHARMACY FRANK J. Hi-:LDIG '20 CAMPU5' AT LARGE CARL JOHNSON, '20 LR GRAND A. GALNRS JR., 'ZIE Recording Secretary . . Treasurer LA W I'1ENRY l. RACER '20 SAMUm. Sr,Av1':Ns '20 DEN TAL L. R. HIRTH '20 A. G. BoYN'roN '21 BIOMEOPATHIC MIl,NFLli S. BALLARD '20 Members of the Student Council are elected at an all-campus election once R year, trom the various classes of the different colleges of the University. The purpose of the orgzmizntion is to have a repre sentative group from the entire student body whose function it is to regulate and properly Supervise or govern, student affairs. Cap-Night, freshmen discipline, fall and spring games, mass meetings, md many other activities in which the entire student body is engaged, or interested, are conducted md arranged for by members uf the Student Council. 36 ' 37 38 N 39 40 Reserve Officers' Training Corps Cnr. Ronan-r Ann-run Carr. Joxm P. Lucius Professor ot' Military Science and Tactics. l'rot't-ssor of Military Science an-d Tactics. With the World VVar now over the country is faced with the problems of bringing order out of the chaos of destruction that has been raging since 1014. The reaction from the terrible excitement and anxiety of war is natural and it is also natural that the most of the imrest and discontent should be among those classes of the people who have the least education. The experience of Russia under the Lcnine-Trotzky regime have proved this. The part that the universities of the country will play in the reconstruction period, therefore, is tremendous, because to the graduates of these institutions of learning the nation always will loolc for leadership. This is a responsibility that cannot be shirked by university men. Statistics show that the man with no schooling has one chance in 150,000 of performing distinguished serviceg with elementary education he has four times the chance, with high-school education eighty-seven times, and with college education eight hundred times the chance of the man with no education. Brut if the obligation of leadership rests upon our university and college .men in time ol peace it certainly rests upon them with even more weight in time of war. Recognizing this fact, and recognizing, furthermore, that the oliieers of our future armies--due to the great increase in number and power of technical weapons and appli- ances used in modern warfare--would have to be well educated men Congress incorporated in the National Defense Act of 1916 the organization of the Reserve Officers Training Corps. By this Act a certain number of ofticers of the Regular Army were detailed for duty at selected educational institutions to establish courses of training leading to a com- mission in tl1e Reserve Corps of the United States Army. The University of Michigan has, at present, two units, one of Signal Corps, and the other of Coast Artillery, under the direction of for.mer Lieutenant-Colonels John P. Lucas and Robert Arthur. 41 University Health Service WOLFERT WAGENER HAND ANDREWS STI HLINC BUNTIN lil-.VNOLDS STOUFFER WALKER l'0RSY'1'll HEATH SINK The unprecedented attendance at the University has taxed the already inade- quate facilities of the Health Service. Although health of the student body is generally good, and so far free from epidemic diseases, the normal amount of sickness and accidents in so large a number exceeds previous records. With the return of normal University life considerable work was started this fall. In-eco-operation with the Departments of Physical Education a complete medical examination was given to all persons entering the University for the first time. 4 1 A series of six health lectures was given to the freshmen of the Engineering college. The same series was later delivered to the freshmen of the Literary col- lege directly, after Spring Vacation. The personal hygiene lecture given by Dr. Aldred S. Warthin in the University under the auspices of various organizations for the past twenty-five years is now arranged for by the Health Service. A much appreciated new activity is the testing of eyes and the fitting of glasses at the Health Service building. This enables a student to secure very necessary attentionconveniently and with little delay. There remains consid- erable to be done before the Health Service reaches its proper sphere of useful- ness to the student body and the University in general. The dispensary facilities are inadequate to meet the demands in the care of sick students. and a new and suitable building for the organization is a pressing necessity. 42 43 X 44 I K 45 v . ' 4 46 X N A 47. , M I 49 3 50 'lf gin ' """ I7 Y l Sciftool , o fflustc University School of Music BOARD Ol" DlRliCTOlf.S' ANI? OI7l7lC1fRS FRANCIS W. KELSEY, PH. D., L.L.D ........ President HARRY B. HU1'CIIINS, L.L.D. . . Vice-President DUIQAND W. SRRINGER, B. S. . . . Seeretaryv LEVI D. WINES, C. E. .... . Treasurer ALBERT A. STANLEY, A, M., Mus. D. ..... Musical Director G. FRANK ALLMIENDINGER, C. Ii. SHIRLEY W. SM1T1-1, A. M. O'1"I'hiAR EBIERBACH WILLIAM C. S'rEvENs, A. B. HOIQACE G. PllI'I'l"I'YMAN, A. B. H Vic'roR C. VAlItilIAN, PH. D., Sc. IJ., M. D. JAMES H. VVADE MRS. BYRL Fox BACHER, Dean ol Women LUIELLA IILANCIIIC IiARNIC'l"I', Assistant to tht- Director and St-crt-t:u'y LOUISE SMITH, Clerk in the Offices ol' the Director and Secretary FLORENCE VVUICRTH, Clerk in the Ollices ol' the Director and Secretary CHARLES A. SINK, Business Manager F.flCUl.'l'V IXLIIERT A. STANLEY, Mus, D., A. M., Director ALBERT Locnwoon, Head of I'ianol'orte Department VVILLIAMiVVIIEIiI.IiR, PH. li., I-lead oi Vocal Department SAMUEL- IIIICRSON Locncwoon, A.M., Head of Violin Dep:u'tmt-nt hARL VINCENT Mooiuc, Head of Organ and Theory Departments RUSSICL CARTICR, Head of Public School Music Department VVILI-'RED XVILSON, Head of Band Instrument Department INSTRUCTORS r in at 'raining 'Inns NORTON PARKI-IR, Instructor in Violoncello MRS. MAIlI.I'I Ross-RuEAn, Instructor in Pianoforte OTTO JAFDIK Srxul., Instructor in Pianoforte, liar- mony and lfouutcrpoiut A IIARRISUN AI.lIl'1R'l' S'I'l'IVlCNS, A. B., Instructor ln l'ianof0rtc NI'fI.l. li. S1'ot'lcwl-:l.L, Instructor in Pianoforte FRANK AI.IlIllN 'l'Anl-:R, A. M., Instructor in -Organ .XNTIIUNY J. XVIIITMIRIC, Instructor -in MIUIIII g IJURO'I'IlY Illllillli NVINICS, Instructor tn I.'iannforte MARloN IVILIVIC Woon, Instructor in Physical Iitluration BYRL Fox BACIIICR, Instructo- ' IC ' 'l MATIIE P. CoRNw1-:LL, Instructor in Drawing MARION DAWLEY, Instructor in Physical Education IIIEL GILLICSPIIC, Instructor in Guitar, Banjo and Mandolin .ANDREW CoMs'rot'K IIAIGII, lrmlriwlnr ru Pitmaforlr JAMES HAMILTON, Instructor in Singing NoRA CRANE I'IUNT, Instructor in Singing GRACE JOHNSON-KONOLD, Instructor in Singing MAIIDIE CIIAIILOTTE K1.nvN, Instructor in Singin Iim'ru IIYNL KooN, Instructor in l'ianoforle CLARA I.UNIlIiI.I.. Instructor in I'mnot'orte MARTHA D. MERKLE, Instructor in i'immforte ' Ahscnt on leave. 51 3 Y N 'W Y . ivtiiit. l Growing Medicinal Plants in Michigan "I P Iflwff' 5' aithe oftiichlgaii, r rl 4 . Q . S Believing in thegreat educational value of a medicinal plants garden, and believing. that it will confer an inestimable benefit on. the pharmaceutical industry of 'this country by ppening new sources ofgsupply of crude drugs, the House of Stearns has adopted plans Eubmittedg by Dr. Henry Kracmer, Dean of the College of Pharmacy, and Professor of Pharmacognosygand has agreed to! supporrfulancially the University of Michigan in this work. ffhe Board of Regents have approvedtlie-.plan. - . , E It is often suggested, that theaglifferenccs of climate and soil make it impracticablc to raise a very great varietyi oE'medi'cinal plants in Michigan, but there are many instances at hand in which plants have grown and flourished under conditions far different from those of their original habitat. Last summer's experiments at the Botanical Gardens show that Southern Michigan mucklandsiand temperate climate are eminently fitted for the cul- tivation of a great variety of plants not heretofore grown in these regions. ' A garden ofithis kind will serve to furnish material for investigation and promote re- search. These studies will be conducted along a number of different lines as follows: Morphological and taxonomic study' of the plants. Breeding for yield of drug and increase of active principles. FU? C. Critical study of assay methods. D. Chemical constitution of thc active principles. Fa Pharmacological action of the chemical constituents. In order to be of the greatest value, a garden of medicinal plants must have a close relation to the manufacturing drug industries, and it should not only have a great many plants in it, but a number of plants should be grown on a sufficiently large scale to give data which will be of practical value. All ,data collected on the University of Michigan experimental plots will be utilized for publication and distribution to growers of medicinal plants. oioimusi i enowma COMPANY PU-NTS GARDEN'- ANN ..,., 52 1919 Swing-Out I . Swing-out, the start of the final lap of the career of the 1919 senior classes, was held Tuesday, April 23. YVith Laurel A. Lundquist, president of the graduating class as master of ceremonies, the Reverend Lloyd C. Douglas opened the meeting with the invoca- tion. Lundquist preceded the speech by 1-'resident Hutchins with a few remarks concerning the origin of the term "swing-out," telling how it came to be applied to the annual senior exercises. In the early history of the University all of the classes had regular seats in one large hall, and when one class left its seats at the end of the year the next lower class: "swung-out" into the seats ahead. He then introduced President lelarry 'Burns Hutchins, who spoke of the aims, ideals, and outlook of the graduating class. After the playing of "The Victors," led by President Lundquist and Ralph E. Gault, president of the Student council, the.seniors,marched around the campus to the steps of Alumni Memorial hall, where picturesawnere taken of the various class groups. . 53 SPRING GENES lflzuzsllml-:N l.u:1l'r-xvl-rmlrrs Rlcmn' I-'flu 'run-: l'uLl. Soruomonus Tool: Two on 'rmz Tumm Tues-or-Wim 54 xv fd . Ellal-Ll - .1 l .U , ' Q its ,y ill y, E pg qnvr. llllllll I D K W Winning two ol' the three events set by the committee in charge, the members ol' the class of 1923 Won the Final decision in the fall games of 1919. The sophomores were out- numbered more than two to one, which advantage contributed heavily to the success ot the first-year men in the bag rnsh. The bag rush was the first event ol' the program, the sophomores meeting first one, and then. another, half ol' the yearlings. The halves were 10 minutes long, and the fresh team sent in in the second period was sullieient to rush the bags a distance ol' 100 yards, as compared against the 82 gained by the sophomores. Seventy-five ot' these eigxhty-two were given to the second-year men hy the committee as a result of fouls made by the freshmen. The shuttle race, run by twenty .members of each class, nearly resulted in a win for the class of '23 when a member ol the other team dropped his baton in the heat ol' the race. The lost distance was fortunately made up and the sophomores emerged with their only win of the day. The hardest fight of the whole lighting day was in the cane spree. Of the 17 canes for which the two classes l'ong'lit I2 were captured by the freshmen, 2 of the remainder going to the sophomores and the other 3 being.: draws. Points at stake in the bag rush, all of which were awarded to thc lreslnnen, were three. To these the first year men added the two given for victory in the cane spree. The only points that the sophomores won were the two for the shuttle race. Tum BAG Rusn 55 56 57 Initiations NIHTIIIHAMIIA Rowe DAY, MAY 7. 1010 . "ns t GuufvxNs' Sl-:COND INLTIATION, MAY 24, 1919 S8 gall ff' ... ..- J...L.-. ,.... ,. V. A ,thx ix... SPIIINXI-TS Arm NPIl3l'llX'Tl4TS, MAY 14, V719 l 5 lv ,l'RIAN42I.I'IS' l"Al.l. INITIATION Novlcmnl-tu 3, 1010 1 59 TH, , 1 CLASS Glcour, R1-:uNmN DAY, JUNE 24, 1919 OLD Grams Hun PICK-UP BALL GAMES ou rm: CAMPUS 00 ,..'.4..,. ,.,.... ....-.....k.g......... ,...... .... . .. 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Lrovn, PHD., DEAN The Graduate School 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 first the degrees of Master of Arts and Master of Science, had been con- ferred. The degree of Doctor of Philosophy was offered for the first time in 1876. Introduction 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 Hrst organization of the School, however, was imperfect, it 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, related on terms of equality to all the Colleges and Schools of the University and governed by its own Dean and lixecutive lloard. The work of the School in the last seven years has certainly justihed the step taken in 1912. Except for the interruption of the war, steadily growing in number of students and in interest and achievement, the School may now claim to have an important place in the life ofrthe University, inviting, as it does, advanced study and original investigation in every department of human interest. During the war all the resources of the School, as of the whole University, were at every point possible in the government service. liesides the work of training teachers for secondary schools, colleges, and universities, of fitting men and women also for positions in other professions and occupations, audi of imbu- ing all its students especially with a spirit of advanced study and independent thinking, the School seeks to stimulate and foster scholarly publications. Im- portant works of various kinds have recently been published by the University under the direction of the School's lixecutive lioard. 70 Summer Session 1-SIHVARIJ ll. litmus, l'lIl.D., DEAN llli first instruction during summer months was given in 1894 under the direction of a committee of'the faculty of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, with the authorization of that faculty and of the Board of Regents. .ln 1900, the Regents assumed 'full control of the work, and the name was changed from "Summer School" to the "Summer Session of the University of Michigan," At first all, courses were given for six weeks, but in 1908 the session was lengthened to eight weeks in all divisions except the Medical School. In 1910, the instruction in the l'.aw School was extended to ten weeks, consisting of two terms of five weeks each. The courses of the Summer Session have continuously increased in popu- larity. During the lirst Session, 46 courses were oH:ered by a faculty of 24, while during some ofthe recent sessions, the faculty has consisted of 250 members, with about 375 courses offered. The Summer Session is unique among the summer sessions of the country in that most of the instructors are inembers of our regular faculties, and the student body is also to a larger degree than anywhere else composed of those who are regular members 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 number of students taking advantage of the summer instruc- tion to materially shorten their period at the University is annually increasing. Each year many students complete the requirements for degrees at the close of the Summer Session. 71 SVMMER SESSION Z e ERAR College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. JOHN Roiiiciu' lil"I"lN1il'IR, l'n.lJ., .1DlC5.XN llli College of Literature, Science, and the .Xrts had its origin in the orig- inal act of the Legislature which created the University, commonly known as the "Organic Act," passed in 1857. Uwing 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 tradi- tional lines until 1852, which date marks the advent of Dr. Tappan and the passing of a new act by the Legislature granting' to the'University much greater power. Until 1855-56, no electives were allowed, and the degree given was All., 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. ln, 1901, it was decided to give a single degree, that of llachelor of Arts, and later this was modified so that students who had done a majority of their work in science might receive the degree of ,llachelor of Sciences if they so desired. In 1895, the technical work of linginecring which had hitherto been done in this College, was separated, and the College of lin- gineering was created. ln 1912, the work of the Ciraduate School, which had been organized in 1892, was separated from the College, and the Regents created an independent Graduate School. Witli the organization ol the S. AX. '1'. C. in October, 1918, the college year was divided into three terms ol' twelve weeks each 1, new courses were offered, and old courses were revised to meet the needs of military instruction. Upon the demobilization of the training units, the old semester system was re-established. The present college year saw a greater enrollment in this College than ever before. Class rooms and lecture rooms are so crowded that something must be done in the near future to relieve the congestion. 72 V 1 73 'E 1920 Literary IIINSIIAW ABBOTT HART Jomzs 1920 Literary Offlcers WILLIAM HINSHAXV . . . . . . . . . . President RUTH ABBOTT . . . Vice-President GRETCHEN JONES . . . Secretary J. Plzmmeoxlz HART . . TYCHSLIYCF 74 JOIINSON VELDE A VAN BRUN1' POPP HACIIMAN JOHNSON TOWAR LEITZI RICISS CHANDLER CAREY Committees Class Day P. J. Mtfillllflflli CARI. Joi-INSON, Chair. BRUCE MILLAR CARL MASON GEORGE ANIIERSON MARGIIERITE CIIAPIN ANNA M. YORKS IELSIE ERLEY Reception CARL VELTJE, Chairman lizRA Locxwoon ELMER CRESS MARIIE T1IOliI'E IJOR0'l'H IEA FLINTERMAN Social WILLIAM A. E. LEITZINGER AUIIREY DORNAN RAYMOND SMITH PAUL TOWSLEY SUSAN x7IiRLICNIlEN MARGAliE'l' SPAIN MAIIJOIKIIE VANNORMAN Invilation DAVID NASII, Chairman HENIIY HocH , C h. GEORGE H. HEIIIIIIAN KA'rI-IYRN GLASS FLORENCE F I ELII AIMIEE RICNKICS l:'ilI0llL'L' CIIARLES R. LDSIUS, JR., HARRY W. H IQFFNICR IDIZWIEY FAGICRIEURG Audilifzg EARL JOIINSON, ClI:Iirman EARL CRESS 1110111 Iwrxhill A. P. VANBRIINT, Chairm IRVING CIIAPIN ROSE STIIRIIIER I.IIcY 1'IUFI-'MAN Pfllfllvflllldl? REEII BACIIIIIAN, Chair. ,IOIIN PIERRIN LINCOLN AVERY GRACE HALL 1'IARRlIi'l' WOOIIWORTH Cap and Gown x'VAI.'l'liR IQIHSS, Chairman CII 75 I lll' all NGER OSIUS NASH BADE G. W. FROEMRE GEORGE EARLE IJOROTHY JONES RUTI-I JIQNNINGS ' Memorial HARRY CAREY, Chairman HARRY 1'IAUSE MAIIIQ E1-ILBERT ANNA IQIRKPATRICK CONSTANCE HOPKINS Banquet LESLIE POI'P RUSSELL BARNES C. EDGAR VAN CLEEF JAMES R. GABELL Pipe and Cane MA'F'l'1IICW S. TOWAR, CII DAVID B. LANDIS CLARK W. BISHOP PETER I. VAN BOVEN Senior Sing air DANIEL K. MESSNER, Chau' WILI.IAM BADE LAWRENCE VANNESS 12. S. LARSEN in RUTH A. Alslso'r'1' ..... 367 lflfellctts St., Birniivltglzarn Alpha 1'l1ig Mortar Board: Wyverng Secretary Junior Class: Vice-1'resicl'cnt Senior Class. AGNES LoU1slcA1nf:r.iz. . . . . . . . . . Saginaw Theta Pi Alpha: Michigan Daily C255 Asst. Bus. Mgr. Mich, '- Daily CSM Business Mgr. Wolverine 19185 University Girls' Glue Club C25 C33 145. lilaurucilz All!-ILMAN . , Jjmwmer ADELAHHQ ALICE Almms ...,., , , Battle Creek - Stylus: Girls' Educational Clubg Classical Clubg ,Senior Soci- ety: Inlancler '18-'19. V1C'1'OliIA Almms ...... 162 Belmont Ava., Detroit Cooley Clubg Athena Literary So:-ictyg Business Staff Daily. JOHN R. ADAMS ...... 308 Tlzompson, Amt Arbor Quadrangleg Acolytcs. ' ADAM GLENN AITCHISON . . . . . Madrid, New York Alpha Chi Sigma. RU'rc:Eks AL1:xANu1zR . .V . . . . . Grand Ledge Delta Theta Phi. ' 76 of M p 7x AMELIA M1LLER AL'rvA'rER . . St. Johns HUGH ALTVATER. . . . . . . . . . .Ann Arbor University Symphony Orcllcstrag Babcock Musical Fellowship. MARION AMES. . . . . . . . . . . . .Lansing Mortarboardg Senior Socictyg Wyverng Iota Sigma Pig Iudi- ciary Council: Masquesg Junior Play Committee. GEORGE D. ANDERSON ...... Evanston, Wyoming Phi 'Sigma Kappa. " H. HART ANDERSON ....... . . . . . Flint Sigma Nug Assistant Mgr. Footballg Fresh. Football Mgr. CASS ANDREWS . ...... . Geneqeo, Ill. Les Voyageurs. PHn.o P. ANDREWS . . . W. Main St., Conneant, Ohio , Theta Xi ANNABEL A. ADRIANCE ...... . Gobleswille Athena Literary Society. 77 'RC EDNA LUCKING APEL ..... 256 Lincoln Aw., Detroit Senior Society: Michiganensian C31 C41: Daily C21 C31 C41: Music Editor Intercollegiate Committee: Girls' Glee Club C31 C41: President l-lclen Newberry Residence: Red Feather: Junior Girls' Play. A . FAITH ARMSTRONG ....... . Winnebago, Ill. Kappa Alpha Theta. HARIQY E. AUGUST ..... 205 lj. Kirby Ave., Detroit .X Phi Sigma Delta: Menorah Society: Adelphi: Yargne Clubg Michiganensian C313 Fresh. Lit. Football. LINCOLN Avenv, IR. ..... 801 Court St., Port Huron Beta Theta Pi. PAUL O. Avlzuv . ..... 306 Main St., Three Rivers Monks: 'Round Up: Glce Club 'C41. - -Q REED E. BACHMAN ......... Toledo, Ohio Phi Kappa Psi: Michigamua: Sigma Delta Chi: Pi Delta. Epsilon: Sphinx: Gargoyle C11 C21 C31 C41g Art Editor C23 C31: Managing Editor C41: Miehiganensian Art Editor C27 C41: Art Editor Chimes C41: Opera, C31 C41: Assistant Foot- ball Manager C31: Union House Committee C31: Union Art Committee C415 Union Opera .Posters C11 C21 ,C31 C41. DONALD H. BACON . . . .... .... C helsea Craftsman: Round Up: Senior Lit. Football. WILLIAM G. BAD1: . . . . 5108 Kimbork Ave., Chicago, Ill. Phi Delta Theta: Druids: Baseball Mgr. C41: Glee Club C21.- 78 Q Y PM' YZF JAMES M. BAILEY . . 703 Wasltington St., Cedar lfallr, Ia. Sigma Nu: Commerce Club: Class Treasurer UD: Glee Club , up 429 tau. CA'l'Hl'IRlNli BAlI.Ll0 . . 1729 Albert Sl., Alexalzdrin, La. FREIJERICK CLRVER BAl.D . '. 173 Glenmvre Aw., Detroit 'Z ve SELMA LAURA BANDRMI-:R .... 806 Hoyt Ave., Saginaw Iota Sigma l'i. - MAliGAIili'l' BARLUW ...... .80 Bethune, IV. Detroit Delta Delta Delia: Girls' Glee Club: Girls' Mandolin Club. ESTHER LAUREL BARNES . . . . . Gladwin Students Directory. RUSSELL BARNES .... 52 Wright St., I-Iuntingtou, Ind. Phi Delta Theta: Griflinsg Quadrangle: Mimes: Sigma Delta Chi: Sphinx: Editor Wolverine C255 City Editor Daily 123: Publicity Chairman 1919 Opera: Senior Baseball Mgr.: Author 1920 Michigan Union'0pera, "George Did It": Publicity Chairman General Student Committee on Athletics. Emrn BATTERSIBEE . . . . . . . . . Croswell Kappa Delta Sorority. 79 C I' THIELMA BAUGIIMAN . 271 W. Jllaflisnzz Ave., Yomzgslown. O. Muauai. BAUMAN .' .... 497 Campbell Ave., Detroit Inlanrler C255 Student Directory f2Jg Michigan Daily C331 MARY S. BAVLY . . 198 li. Iierry Aw., Dvlroit RAvMoNu R. B1zAizns1.isv .... 25 Diana St., Muskegon V Alpha Sigma Phi: Griffinsg Druids: Track '17, '18, '20. All Fresh. Track .'15. I. VV. BHCIQMANN . . 4171 Magnolia. Sl. Louis, Mo. iDORCAS BEEIIF! . . 2623 Fulton Sl.. Tolvdo, O: ADRAM C. BENJAMIN . . 223 James Aw., Grand Rapids HARliY P. BENN1s'r'r ..... 29 Main, Meadwillc, Mont. Sigma Alpha Epsilong' Griffin: Mimcig' Toastmaster-sg Asst. Track Mgr.g Varsity Glee Club: Michigan Opera. 80 X x A . Glaurulma C. BENSON . . . . 710 N. Chestnut St., Lansing r' Classical Club: University Girls' Glec Club. ELIZABIETII MYli'l'l.I41 Blclc . . . 3.11 Pionvrr Aw., Negamwc Alpha Chi Omega. MARGAlili'l' LUCY Bum . . . . . 929 Church, Ann Arbor Girls' Educational Club. CLARK W. Blsfuol' . . . . 16-I Biddle A-ur.. Wyandotte Zeta Psi: Druids. EDGAR S. BLACKMAN . . Hillsdale EDNA BLAKIQ . . 319 N. Main, Ann Arbor F. MAY Bnzncnsnma . . . . . . . . . . Kalamazoo Girls' Glcc Club: Junior Girls' Play 133. HANNAH BLUMENTHAL . 2969-73 Woodward Aw., Detroit Senior Societyg Girls' Glee Club 1419 Junior Girls' Play 135. 81 Q, o BLANCHIE B. BLYNN . . . . . . . . . . Recd City Sigma Delta Phi: Athena Literary Society, Oratorical Board. MARY CECILIA HOGAN . . Detroit KENNli'fH D, BOND ..... . . . Kohala, Ha-wait Phi Delta Theta: Varsity Mandolin Club C-0. W1LFuIapRmaR'r BORINSTEIN, . 3516 Central Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. Basketball 123 C35 C-05 Tennis OJ 423 4355 Football 113 C435 Baseball 113. "' EDWIN C. Bowlcns ....... . . Toledo, Ohio Sigma Phi Epsilon. EMILY BOWMAR . . . . . . . . Versailles, Kentucky Collegiate Sorosis. t GLAllYS BoY.lNa'roN . . . . . . . . Iron River Athena Literary Society. NAOMI S. BRADLEY . . . . . . . . . Bolivar, N. Y. Kappa Kappa Gamma: Girls' Glee Clubg Comedy Club. 82 HELEN MliRRll,L BRAMBLE . . . 299 Maple St., Balflc Creek Delta Gammag Cercle Francais. HAROLD W. BRANSON ..... . . . Farmland, Ind. Les Voyageurs: Craftsman Club: Forestry Club: Basketball UD. Fouurzsu' SILAS Bnmcs . . . 445 Madison St., Gary, Ind. Hermitage. l ELMER O. BRINKMAN ...... . Franklin, N. Y. . OLVOIQZ 18Y'l-YTUHX Alpha Nug Craftsman. ARTHUR W. BROWN . V. . . . 311 Tlzonzpson, Ann Arbor " Sigma Chi: Michigan Daily 432. IONI-I B. BnowN ...... 725 Church St., Ann Arbor Alpha Phi: Mortarboarclg Wyvern. LENA VELMA BnowN1al.1. .h . 825 Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti HAnor.n W. BUCK . . Portland 83 f 0 C CLIFFORD C. BUEHRER .... 401 Ferdinand Ave., Detroit Alpha Rho Chi. Roulsm' S. Buol. . . . . . . . . New Brittian, Conn. Delta Tau Deltag Phi Rho Sigma. LAWRENCE H. BURCHARD ..... 802 lfirst St., Jackson Alpha Tau Omvga. EL1zAm2'l'H BURGESS . 341 S. Pasadena Ave., S. Pasadena, Cal. Delta Gamma. VERA BURKE . . . , . 518 Orchard Lake Ave., Pontiac Alpha Chi Omega. n Ronv MCKINI.EY BURIJQY . . . 650 Scioto St., Urbana, Ohio Q4 Craftsman Club: Michigan Naval Militia Cluh. Q MARGARET E. BURNHAM . . . 314 Monroe St., Kalamazoo LYLE T. BURR . . 417 Oak St., Manilvtique ' 84 MAIIION lfLIZAl!E'l'H BUSH . . 815 N. Johnson St., Bay City Alpha Chi Omega. JEAN BU'l'ClllER . . . . . . . Vassar Alpha Chi Omega. Hier.:-:N G. CADY . . . 621 Territorial Rd., Benton Harbor Girls' Educational Club: Intercollegiate Committee: Masquesi Music School Glee Club 123: Choral Union C23 C33: Comedy Club: Junior Girls' Play: Y. WV. C. A. Vesper Committee. Lois CALKINS . . Pnrkard Rd., Ann Arbor 5 DONALD M. CAMi'm-:LL . . 29 S. Sl., Gvmgrro, N. Y. EDNA A. CAMPISELI. . . 504 llf'c.ri Stl: St., 7'ra'w'r.rc City Hl'1l.EN E. CAMl'lllCl.l. . . . 1135 Marlin Pl., Ann Arbor Etlucationtal Club: Womcn's Athletic Board. HARRY M. CARRY ..... 807 Howard St., Port Huron Trigun: Michigamua: Grililins: Commerce Club: Sphinx: Michigan Daily Q13 123: City and News Editor C33: Managing Editor 143: Board of Directors of Chimes: Union House Committee: Chairman Class Memorial Committee: University Union Services Committee: Sigma Delta Chi: Pi Delta Epsilon. 85' x X wc ll xf ' . Am li. Cancun . . Bellevue URL A. CARl'liN'l'lCR .' . . . 16 .lem1ing.s'Sl., Corning, N. Y. Sigma Nu: Phi Beta Pi: Griffinsg Round Upg Class Pres. KDS Mandolin Club CZJ Q33 14,3 Varsity Band Q33 C429 University Symphony Orchestra QU. FRANCIS H. CASE .... 1609 S. U11itfcr.vily, Ann Arbor Phi Delta Theta: Alpha Chi Sigmag Phi Lambda Upsilon: Q Michigan Daily 421. A. BEATRICE CATLIN . . . . . 161 Seward Ave., Detroit Delta Delta Delta. HIENRY I.. CAULKINS ..... 188 Parker Ave., Detroit Psi Upsilon: 1917 Opera Committee. RUTH CAVHNAUGII ...... 808 Tappan, Amt Arbor Alpha Chi Omega. Roy A. CnANm.12u ......... Sylvania, Ohio - Sigma Delta Kappa: Commerce Club: Assn. Bus. Mgr. Mich- iganensian 131 Michiganensian 1425 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 142. IRVING S. CHAPIN . ..... . Lincoln, Neb. Beta Theta Pi. 86 fy i Q . ' N! 2 Manmzlalwrlc CHANN ..... 43 Chandler Ave., Detroit vp- Kappa Kappa Gamma: Mortarboardg NVyverng Pres. Woman's League. W. Krzrrr-1 C111mas'rmz . . . . 411 W. Grron St., Hastings Knickerbockerg Acolytes: Classical Club: Cosmopolitan Club. Cnnsrrxcu CHAuL1':s Cmwv ..... . Lakcwood, Ohio Alpha Sigma Phi. C. K. CHOW . . 29 Nvrrralion Nd., Tim1f.vi11, China -0' PTELEN CllRlS'l'liN . . . . 422 Madison Ave., Toledo, Ohio Pi Beta Phig Michigan Daily f3J. MAl!GAliE'I' Culusm-1 .... 36 Walker Aw., Bradford, Pa. Kappa .Kappa Gammag Michigan Daily: Ch. Vocational ' Conference. . I , liAl.DON H. Crrlcs .... . . . Wmzalah, I1Id.X 171 C' GFI Q Kappa Beta Psi. IRVING G. CHMIMAN . . ..... 29 Parson, Den-oi! Chi 1?sig Glee C1ub.' 87 Q oz e, . V Al,nHu'1' A. CLARK .... . . . . Birmingham Alpha Delta Phi. CHAul.1cs l.ll'SON Cmlcxlc ..... . Colaiwalerx Phi Della Theta. FRED R. CLARK ...... . . A .... Saranac Cosmopolitan Club: Phi Sigmag Michigan Academy of Science. FINS S. Cor.r.:Ns . ..... . Dillon, Muni Western Club. 54 lJ0ll0'l'Ill-ZA CM.uouN Cum-'ou'r . . 419 Svvoud Aw., Detroit Senior Society: Stylusg lnlander KID. MARGARM' C. Coou . . 419 Asylum Sl., Iflini l.:-:NA F. CORHIN .......... Grand Ixlc, VI Girls' Mandolin Club HAROLD l'Ilam.s Covl-:wr ...... . Ann Arbor Phi Kappa Psi. 88 0 mv 'v Y 2 xi Wn.l.lAM D. CRAIG ..... 240 VanDyke Aw., Dal:-oi: Delta Kappa Epsilon. J. VERNE CRANIMLI. . I . Luther Emu. I-I. Clnass . . 624 Slxazwmzl Sl. N. W., Grand Rapids Phi Kappa Sigma: Pi Delta Epsilon: Football CU: Fresh-Lit. Basketball: Michigan Daily 123, 131. ELMIER W EIRICH Cnuass 624 .S'hmc'n:nI SI. N. H Grand Rafwidx ...- Phi Kappa Sigma: Druids: Grand Rapids Club: Football: Basketball: Senior Arrangements Committee. AR'rm,m G. Cuoss ...... . . . . . Muskegon Trigun: Michigamna: Varsity Track 129 135 143: Fresh. Track. Douo'rHv M. Cuoss . . 224 Montgonwrg: Aw., Detroit Ifmrucnclc Ckoznck .... 416 Crescvnt Sl., Grand Rapid: Chi Omega: Y. YV. C. A.: Girls' Glee Club. DENMAN CRll'I"l'l'iNllliN . . 2034 Grow Aw., Quincy, Ill. Delta Theta Phi: Michigan Daily 115 131. 89 0 0 we Cil.lCNN H. Cummmrzs .......... lidznorc Sigma Phi Epsilon: Commerce Clubg Varsity Band. I.ll,l.lAN Clfiumn . ' . . 160 Onlclhc Aw., Windsor, Ont. Cam. L. DAIILSTROM . . . 669 Tnrnvr. Grand lfapidx Cmmaxcia I'iliRl1l'2R'l' DALEY . 1027 Iiasl Uniz'vr.riIy, Ann Arbor Knickerbocker: Gamma Eta Gamma. S Wu.l.mM M. DAIQNALI. . 1816 Lamont St., Washington, D. C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Cabinet Clubg Michiganensian UD. Elma A. DASKAM .... 307 Ifourllz Aw., Ann Arbor Girls' Basketball CID 12D 431. Gmnvs C. DAUM . 531 East Sfrond St., Port Clinton, Ohio Kappa Kappa Gamma. CLARENCE PAUL DAVIQY . 246 Midland Aw., Highland Park 90 4 WILLARD I. l3AVlliS . . .S'nudn.rlcy, New York Enwmm C. P. DAVIS .... 26 Fremont St., Battle Creek Delta Chi Fraternityg Union Opera CSD: Varsity Mandolin Club. G1zolzc:1A M. DAVIS . . 818 Third St., Fort Madalrou, Iowa Senior Societyg Girls' Education Clubg Junior Representative Women's Leagueg Assistant Business Manager Junior Girls' Play. ' , R0l3l'ZR'l'A E. DIEAM .......... Bluffton, Ind. Delta Delta Delta: Iota Sigma Pig Freshmen Spread Com- mittee: Girls' Glee Club. FRANCES lJlil"Nli'l' . . .-250 Lake Shore Drive, Escanaba Theta Phi Alpha. CARL li. Dia Ml-:1u'r'r .... 405 East Loc-nxt St., Morenci ' Mcn's Educational Club. V JANE I.. lllCKlNSON . . . 50 Prospect -Sl., Ashtalmla, Ohio ' Gamma Phi Beta. RUTH M. Dmmal. . . 405 Hampiou St., Bay City 91 .0 ll Dum l'JIm'1aus ..... . 654 Conlon Ave., Detroit Knickerbocker Club. MAUID BAR'l'I.li'I"l' IJISBROW . . lflf"c'.rl Boxford, Ma.vsacl1uscHs University Symphony Orchestra. JEAN I.oU1sla D1xoN .... 91-I Liurolrz Aw., Ann Arbor Gamma Phi Beta. HAIQIRY li. l'J0lsnlNs .... 625 S. Union St., Ada, Ohio Forestry Club. THOMAS Liao DONAHOI-1 . 325 lf. Main St., lValc'rbury, Conn. Delta Theta Phi: Men's Educational Club: New England Club: Mimesg Union Opera 123g Comedy Club QZJ 435. MYONA L. Dovv . . . 200 Longfellow Ave., Delroit Chi Omega. Aunmcv H. DORNAN . . 208 Virginia Ave., Charter, Wes! Va. Alpha Tau Omega. ESTHER L. DORRANCI-1 . . . 195 Wert Euclid' Ave., Detroit Girls' Glee Club. 0 92 I X - HAROLD D. DRAPER .... 656 South 4th Ave., Saginaw Saginaw' Clubg Glee Club. CHARLES C. DUBUAR . . . 139 Main St., Nortlrv-ille GEORGE K. DARLING . . 220 N. Lyman St., Wadrworth, Ohio HELEN SAYRE DYKICMAN 325 E. Orange St.,Sltippen.rburg, Pa. GEORGE N. EARLE . 88 Buena Vista, Highland Park, Detroit Sinfonia Fraternityg Cross Country Tcamg Varsity Track Team. NELSON W. Ennv ...... 915 Third Aw., Alpena Craftsmen: Varsity Band CU C23 C475 University Symphony Orchestra KID CZD 1323 Choral Union MJ. EDWARD LEWIS EDWARDS . 1104 North 2nd St., Plzoenix, Ariz. Delta Chig 'Manager Varsity Band Q3Jg Assistant Manager Glee Club. MARK K. EHLBERT Apartment 4, The Dixmont, C inrtinnanti, O. Sigma Delta Chip Pi Delta Epsilong Meeseg Dixie Club: Michigan Daily Q13 C239 Telegraph Editorg News Editor: Associate Editor: Assistant Managing Editor C415 Athletic Program C115 Managing Editor Wolverine 1415 Opera Com- mittee QQZD: Publicity Committee C255 Spotlight Vaudeville Committee C23 f3jg Classical Club OJ. ' 1 93 Hamel. L. lilcume . . Cvliua, Ohio WILBUR A. ELIIRIDGE .... 404 N. Linn Sl., Bay City Delta Theta Phi. FLORA Iilil. ELLIS ........... Bridgeport Caryatide: Vice-President Oratorical Association 133 145: Womrn's League Board 121 133: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 133 143. JENNINGS B. ELLIS . . . . . . . . Hasvlton, Indiana Crai'tsn1en Club: Cosmopolitan Club. MlL'l'1JN F. liLL1s0N ....... . Kinde Alpha Tau Omega. S. D. INGHAM, EMERSON . 307 S. Rebecca St., Pittsburgh, Pa. Alpha Tau Alpha: Griffmsg Druids: Assistant Manager Basketball 121 131. Gnoamc W. EMI-:RY . .... . R. R. 3, Coloma Glee Club. W. HOMER ENGLEI-IART . . 17 I5..Maiu St., Bloomvlmrg, Pa. Craftsmen Club. ' 94 1 ARNOLD ENSEL . . 437 N. 6tlt St., Springfield, Illinois Zcta Beta Tau. ELSIE ERLISY ........ 927 East Blvd., Detroit - Mortarboard: Senior Society: Wyverng Girls' Glee Club C23 Q33 C4J: Girls' Athletic Board 125 132: Class Vice-President 1235 Class Teams Q13 Q23 Q35 C499 Vice-President of Women's League 645. , A EMMA L. EVANS . . . 249 West Main St., Norwalk, Ohio Dlawxiv F. FAGLRBURG . 353 S. lflfasliiitgton St., Paxton, Illinois - Sigma Alpha Epsilong Michigaumua: Sphinx: Michiganensian C23 C37 Business Manager 141: Manager Fresh. Lit. Baseball Team: Student Council CU. EVELVN FAVRRAU . . 557 Clialmerx Ave., Detroit HAR0l.ID B. Fnmscu . . 65 Victoria Ave., Windsor, Canada Alpha Tau Omega. LILLIAN FERGUSON . . .... Sault' Ste. Marie FLORENCE FIELD . .... 585 Field' Ave., Detroit Sorosis, 95 wt liuvrn Fmc . . 1376 East 85th St., Cleveland, Ohio RUTH FLANAGAN . . . . 1376 Hamilton Blvd., Detroit Kappa Kappa Gamma. l..Aw1u1:Nc1s H. FLECK . . . 121 West Clmrles St., Greewuille WlLl.lAM MAILK FLEISCHMAN . . 995 Second Ave., Detroit HELEN Loulsla FLINN . . 615 Walnut St., Erie, Pa. lJouo'm1aA FLlN'l'liRMANN . 2975 West Grand Blvd., Detroit Gamma Phi Beta. THOMAS S. FLOURNOY . . 300 Ii. Main St., Morgrmfield, Ky. Kentucky Clubg Les Voyaguersg Forestry Club. ALBERT C. Fouav .... 415 West Chestnut St., Paris, Ill. Monks: Les Voyageursg Class Baseball CU C235 Class Basket- ball C3j 445. 96 J. Sw 0 r MARClEI.l.A C. FORSTER . 1327 S. University Ave., Ann Arbor Iota Sigma Pi. G. C. FORRESTER . . . . . Empire RICHARD A. FORSYTH . . . 614 Wisconsin Ave., Gladstone Commerce Club: Alpha Nu: Comedy Club: Oratorical Dele- gate CZJ. W. P. FORTUNE, JR. . 717 North 6tli St., Springfield, Illinois Kappa Sigmag Sphinxg Fresh. Football Cljg Varsity Football C23 C33 C433 Gargoyle. LAURA F. FRENcH'. . 626 Forest Ave., Ann Arbor Lucna E. FRENCH .... 626 Forest Ave., Ann Arbor Class Baseball C335 Girls' Mandolin Club. ARMIN FRIEDMAN . . . 2355 East 63d St., Cleveland, Ohio Commerce Clubg Varsity Glee Clubg Choral Union: Spotlight Soloistg Chairman of Michigan Industrial Committee. MAURICE D. FRIEDMAN . 9207 Parkgate Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 97 Q3 i fl' Z' 6 Louis HILL FIQEIDENISERG .... 98 Rowena St., Detroit Michigan Daily: Union Membership Committee. GERALD WILLIAM FROEMKE .... Sheldon, North Dakota Phi Kappa Psi: Michigauma: Griflins: Sphinx: Varsity Foot- - ball: All Fresh. Football: Baseball: Cap and Gown Committee. MARGARET FULLERTON . . . . . 720 Arbor St., Ann Arbor Caryatides: Michiganensian 139: Student Directory 135. CYRUS R. FUNK .... . .... . . Cassopoli: Vt' Alpha Tau Omega: Football 122 135: Class Football 147. f JAMES R. GABILLL . . . 311 Rockwood Ave., Dayton, Ohio Commerce Club: Varsity Glee Club 119 139 141. Cacn. FLETCHER GALLOWAY . 214 East 12th St., Wahoo, Neb. Varsity Glee Club. MERLE PERRY GAMBER . . . . 808 Packard Sl., Ann Arbor Theta Chi. EARL F. GANSCHOW . . . . . . . . . . Saginaw Sig-ma Nu: Druids: Michigan Daily: Athletic Program. 98 " sa BURTON AnAM GARLINGHOUSE. . . . . . . Tecumseh Quadrangle: Acolytcs 143: Managing Editor Inlander 133: Glee Club fzy Q39 my Mandolin club 429 435 wg comedy Club Q32 00. HALR GARNER ........... Walled Lake Craftsmen: Men's Educational Club. D CONSUELO GARWOOD . . . . 621 Forest Ave., Anu Arbor Pi Beta Phi. Dx-:Lcm GILBERT . . . . . . . . . . . . Moline Senior Society: Student Directory: Union Opera 435. , DOUGLAS J. GILCHRIST . . . 14 Seminary St., Auburn, N. Y. Roscor-: Mori' Glues, JR. . . Skaneateles, New York FRANCES TREAT Glu. . 1710 Cambridge Road, Ann Arbor Alpha Phi. KATHRYN C. GLASS . . . 206 S. Jefersou St., Battle Creek Kappa Kappa Gamma: Mortarboard: Wyvern. 99 CLARENCE E. GODSHALK . . 309 Main St., Three Rivers S. EMMANUEL GOLDBERG . . . 110 Medbury Ave., Detroit Michiganensian 121: Treasurer Menorah Society: President MYRNA E. ALFRED S. Zionist Society 141: Cosmopolitan Club. GOODRICH . . . 1001 E. Huron St., Ann Arbor Pi Beta Phi. GOORIN . Commerce . . 1156 Portland St., Pittsburg, Pa. Club: Boxing Club: Culver Club. FRANCES GOSPILL . . . 827 N. Dearborn Ave., Chicago, Ill. Theta Phi Alpha. WILLIAM GRANSE ..... 1011 S. Washington, Saginaw Theta Chi: Saginaw Club: Gargoyle 121 131: Union Com- mittees 121 131 141. IDA E. GRATTON ....... . . Duluth, Minnesota Sigma Delta Phi: Comedy Club 141: Senior Society 141: Ora- torical Board 131: Athena 121 131 141: President Athena Club 141: Varsity Debating Team 141: Delta Sigma Rho 141. EDWARD GRAY . . . . . North Adams, R. R. 3 X 100 DQ . RAYMOND L. GREEN . 927 W. Woodruff Ave., Toledo, Ohio GICRTRUIDIZ J. GR1-:ENING . 2258 Glenwood' Ave., Toledo, Ohio GRACE GRIFFIN . . . Majestic Apts., No. 8, Lima, Ohio Pi Beta Phi. CoNs1'ANcr: D. GRM-'RITH . . . . . . . . Ames, Iowa Keystone Clubg Students Directory C-0. MARY FRANCES GRo1-'if . . R. R. 2,Box 415,Indianapolis, Ind. Pi Beta Phi. M. GERTRUDE GRow ..... 293 Putnam Ave., Detroit -n- I Alpha Chi Omegag Assistant Business Manager Michigan- , ensian CD 147. ' KARL W. GUENT1-i1zR .... 110 East Willow St., Lansing Acolytes: Quadrangles. ,' HERMINIA GUZMAN . . . lvlayagnes, Puerto Rico I Q 101 B! vc JULIUS HAAB . . . 344 S. Division St., Amt Arbor Enwmm H. -HAAN ...... 340 Maple Ave., Holland Monks: Comedy Club: Class Football 441. Bnvmlcr-: Mama HAGENS . . 56 Packard Ave., Grand Rapids Junior Girls' Play. ANDREW Comsrocx Hman . . 174 Srminole Aw-., Detroit + ' Zeta Psi. Kr-:Er W. I-IALBr:R'r . . R. 4, Battle Creek GRACE HALL . .... 80 Commonwealth St., Detrvii Pi Beta Phig Wyverng Womcn's Athletics 111 121 C31 C417 Women's Athletic Board C21 C315 Class Vice-President 1392 Junior Girls' Playg Freshmen Spread Committee. MARcAnE'r LEWIS HALI. . . Bad Axe RUTH HALL . .. Elsie 102 0 9 X RUSSIQLI. H. l'lAMMliI. . - Rvfldiflg VI'N'I'ON HAMMEL5 , , , . .... Glendale, Arisolla Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Varsity Football 135 141: All Fresh. Football Ul- Ros1zMARvHANmno. . . . - . Lflllfillm MAuc:Auls'r H. l-Imzmso . . 6740 Boxworllz Aw., Chicago, III. Urhversity Girls' Club 123 133 145: Girls' Educational Club 133 143- J. Pmannoxa HART ....... Pawnee, Oklahoma Delta Kappa Epsilon: Griflins: Sigma Delta Chi: Pi Delta Epsilon: Druids: Sphinx: Michigan Daily 121 133: Sports Editor 133: Class Treasurer 145: Class Basketball Manager 1-0: Publicity Manager Varsity Glec Club 137: Michigan Union Opera 123. Tnoxvms A. HART ...... 206 State St., St. Johns Acacia: Comedy Club: Craftsmen: Round-Up. OLA HAR'PSHORN . . . 340 Indiana Ave., Pcrryxburg, Ohio Cerclc Francais: Senior Society: Y. W. C. A. Asm.Ev HATCH ..... 218 N. 72 Ave., Oak Park, Ill. Cercle Francais: French Play 123. 103 flf-A -9 'll' HARRY D. HAUSE ..... 2540 Fulton St., Toledo, O. Alpha Sigma Phi: Sphinx: Ass't Baseball Manager C25 139: Michigan Daily CU Q23 CID. Blzzmzlcs HAVINGPIURS1' . . 546 S. Detroit Aw., Toledo, O. . . FRED TRUMAN HAWLEY. . . . . . . Traverse City Glec Club 423 449: Mandolin Club 425 MJ. HARRY W. HIEFFNER . . . 306 Mound St., Circleville, Ohio Alpha Delta Phi: Druids: Sphinx: Manager Basketball Team 133 147- Glfolzclf HICIIIEMAN . .... 637 Pine Street, Calumet Sinfonia. RUTH HELM . . . 712 W. State St., Marghall LUDWIG O. HENZE ....... . Iron Mountain Phi Sigma Kappa. JOHN I'Il2RLll-IY ...... 79 Milk St., Boston, Mass. Acacia: Varsity Cross Country Team 123: All Fresh. f1'rack and Cross Country Team CU. 104, XO H. HAIQIJY I-larn .... 319 Earl Ave., Montpelier, Ohio Acacia: Craftsmen: Quadrangle: Comedy Club: Sigma Delta Chi: Michigan Daily 143: Chimes 143: Gargoyle 143: Wol- verine 133: Chairmen Red Feather Publicity Committee. FRANCES CAROLYN I-Innnaltn . . . 147 Lodge Ave., Detroit Gamma Phi Beta. A. .l0Sl'2l'H I-I1MMmI.Hoc1-I ..... 116 Eliot St., DetroitX'X4 Adelphi 113 123 133: Cercle Francais: Freshmen Debate: Michigan-Northwestern Debate 123: French Play 123 133. Wn.l.mM VVADE HINSPIAW, JR. 802 Oakland Ave., Ann Arbor Zeta Psi: Toastmasters: Mimes: Druids: Lit. Vice-Pres. Michigan Union 143: Opera Committee 123: President Senior Class: Christmas Social Committee 133: Ass't General Chair- man Opera Committce 133: Spotlight Vaudeville Committee 123 133: General Christmas Dance Committee 133: Student Council 133 143: Vice-President Student Council 143. FLORIAN H. Hiss .... 525 N. Lincoln Ave., Bay City Commerce' Club: Bay City Club. A ADELIA Homss . . . . . . Chester, Wes! Virginia Zeta Tan Alpha. S HENRY Glaonma Hocn . . . . . 317 E. Maumee, Adrian Zeta Psi. HAZIEI, M. H0lfFMAN . .... 811 Pine Sl., Port Huron Delta Delta Delta: Wyvcrn. 105 I .K + THEDA SHAW I'l0LIiN .......... Bronxonyi Alpha Xi Delta: Western State Normal Club: Delta Sigma Rho. MARY HEl.EN HOLMliS'. . . 102 .SI Huron St., Ypsilanti Gamma Phi Beta. EDWARD FORREST HOL'l'ZMAN . . . . North Madison, Ind. - Actuarial and Statistical Society. D. R. HOOK . ..... 234 Mt. Vernon, Detroit Les Voyagcurs. MARGARET Hoovleu ....... . Whitmore Lake Iota Sigma Pi. CONSTANCE E. Hom-:IN .... . . . . ,. . Alttwni Delta Delta Delta: Girls' Educational Club: Stylus: WyvCf!1- GRACE M. Hovwoon . A . 1016 University, Ann Arbor E HAR0l.D I. HORNBERGER .... 11 S. Normal, Ypsilanti "" Actuarial Society. 106 Douo'rHY I'I0llGl-l'l'ON . . 1463 Eaxl 123rd Sl., Cleveland, O. FLORENCIC V. Howie ....., . . . Paw Paw Delta Delta Della. Jorm B. Hunrmnn . . 421 W. Mit-higan, Ypsilanti LUCY MAY HUF:-'MAN . . . . 110 Spoleanv Ave., Detroit Chi Omega: Pres. Women's Athletic Associationg Treasuxfer Women's Athletic Association: Mortarboardg Wyvvcrng junior Girls' .Play Committee. HELEN DOROTHY HUNT . . 513 East Jrfjferxon, Ann Arbor E. Rrzlan HUNT . . Ramsay, Illinois S JAMES F. HUN'r1clx . . 720 Yoimgxtown Avo., Warren, ANNE HUTCHINGS .... ,620 Woodward Aw., Deiroi! Delta Gamma. 107 so Es1'm.L12 R. JACKA ...... 210 Eighth St., Calumet Zoology Journal Club. LEILA M. JAc1csoN . ..... . . .Sturgis Fnovo B. JACQUES . . Columbia Sta., Ohio CLARA M. JAMES .... 554 Arden, Place, Toledo, Ohio '1'um.MA G. JAMES ..... 1475 Sixteenth St., Detroit Girls' Educational Club 133 143. RUTH E. JENNINGS . . . 1824 Geddes Ave., Ann Arbor Kappa Kappa Gamma: Mortarboard: Wyvern: University Ser- vices Committee 143. CARL E. JOHNSON . 1930 West Eighth Aw., Spokane, Wash. Phi Kappa Psi: Michigamua: Sphinx: Griflins: Varsity Track 123 133 Captain 143: Captain All Fresh. Track: Pfresident Student Council 143: Class President 133: Spotlight Vaude- ville Com. 123: Union Opera Com. 123: Union Member- ship Drive 123: French Memorial Com. 143: Roosevelt Memorial Com. 143: Union, House Com. 143: Board of Directors of Michigan Chimes 143: University Services Com. 143: Chairman Class Day Com. 143: Student Member of ' Senate Committee on Student Affairs 143: Chairman Ferry Field War Memorial Com. 143. EARL M. JorrNsoN. . . . . . . . .Grand Rapids Sigma Phi: Auditing Com. 143. 108 -41 34 0 h O LIONEL H. JOHNSON . . 436 S. Lafayctle Sl., Grand Rapids Sigma Phi. RENUS E. JOHNSON ......... Osceola, Ncb. Les Voyageurs: Forestry Club: Phi Sigmag Pres. Forestry Club. Z ROY W. JOHNSON .... 1040 Cayanga St., Grand Rapids VERNON T. Trigong Football OU. JOHNSON . . .... . . . .Crele,1ll. Cosmopolitan Clubg Varsity Band. WALTER O. P. JOHNSON 11 E. Woodland Ave., Youngstown, O. Archonsg Youngstown Club: Varsity Football CZJQ Fresh Footbnllg All Campus Baseball C335 All Campus Football C35 C47- WILLIAM P. JOHNSON . . . . 10 E. Ionia St., Muskegon ' Sigma Delta Kappa. DOROTHY E. JONES ........... Lawton Chi Omega: Cercle Francais: Junior Girls' Playg Athletic - Board: Basketball C293 Hockey Team Q21 Capt. 431. GRETCHEN JONES .......... Akron, N. Y. Senior Societyg Morrarboard: Wyverng Class Sec. C4Jg Glee Club. 109 NADHAN joNl':s . . 1850 Jos. Campau, Detroit HIELPZNIC li. JUDSON . ' .... 1130 Hill St., Ann Arbor f... Kappa Alpha Theta. Mlckua W. KANN . . 220 lf. Diamond St., Kvndallville, Ind. Mimesg Glee and Mandolin Club: Varsity Band: University Symphony: Composer Union Opera Musicg Orchestra 123 133 143. . SAMUHI. S. KAlJh'MAN ......... Lebanon, O. Zeta Beta Tang Lebanon Society. Romf:R'1' A. KECK . . . 730 Walnut, Mt. Vernon, Ind. Monks. PAUL KEMPF ..... 312 S. Division St., Ann Arbor Phi Kappa P:-:ig Michigan Union-Opera 1335 Glee Club 127- Rom-:RT MI1.'roN Klum . . . ..... Titusville, Pa. Hermitage: Pennsylvania Club. KENDRICK K1MuALI.. . . . . . . . . .Yunab,Wis. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Sigma Delta Chi: Quadrangle? Sphinx: Baseball 1335 Michigan Daily 123 133 143: Union Com. 133 143: Inlander 1335 Gargoyle 1333 Assistant Editor Gar80YlC 1435 Michiganensian 143. ' v 110 MAlijOlilli KING ...... 317 Mulberry St., Marshall Alpha Chi Omega: University Girls' Glee Club. FRANCES M. KINZEL . .... 284 Hollcen Ave., Detroit -- V Alpha Chi Omega. JOSEPHINE Klux . ..... . South Haven Y. W. C. A. ANNE KIRK!-A'rRrcK. . . . . . . . . .Ann Arbor Kappa Kappa Gamma: Mortarboard. , Pman J. KLA:-HAAK . .... 411 S. Main, Ann Arbor Cosmopolitan Clubg Phi Sigma. JOHN LI-:WIS Kl.EINl-IFZKSEL . . . . Holland Phi Chi. BENJAMIN M. A. KLINE . . 407 Avenue C, Bayonne, N. J. Bayonne Club. WALTER O. KLINGMAN . 610 Madison St., Watertown, Wir. Phi Beta Pi. lll F1 C.uu.maN E. KLOCKE . .... . . . . Three Rivers Classical Clubg Cerclw: Francais: Michiganensian C335 Students' ' Directory 131. Gxmfi-'1'rH R. B. KLUMPP . Colonial Apts., Huntington, W. Va. Sigma Alpha Iota. EUNICE E. KR.-xl-'T ...... 209 N. Clay St., Sturgis Kalamazoo Clubg Choral Union. KARL W. KRANZ . . 207 Center St., East Aurora, N. Y. BESSIE KRASA . ...... 556 25th St., Detroit Cosmopolitan Club. WILLIAM Kuucnn .... 335 Camden S t., Newark, N. J. Phi Sigma Delta: Union Opera Orchestra "Come On, Dad?" All Fresh Trackg Varsity Band 00. ANNA ELIZABETH KUNERT . . . Newberry Athena. V Lao KUSCHINSKI . . Detroit 112 0 -1 1' G. V. LANcAs'r1aR ............. Oden 4- Sinfoniag 1919 Operag Varsity Cheer Leader 003 Glee Club. LEROY C. LANCER .... 2111 W. 58th Sl., Cleveland, O. DAvm B. LANDIS . . . . . 323 S. Fifth St., Goshen, Ind. Alpha Delta Phig Sigma Delta Chig Sphinx: Grihinsg Daily C23 C35- CHERRY LANE . . . . . 60 Delaware Ave., Detroit Delta Gamma. RoLANn VER12 LAMKIN . . Good Hart ELLEN W. LARDNER . . . . . . . . . Niles Athena: Michigan Daily. S LEE R. LARocm:LLi: ..... . . . . Marquette X Delta Chig Senior Football. E. S. LARSEN . . . . . . . Detroit Chi Psi. 113 . bb X7 .-Q DON L. LAWRENCE . . Brook, Ind. P: A. LAWRENCE ..... 106 Elm St., Valparaiso, Ind. Commerce Club. BCRAY M. LAWRENCE ....... . Albion Delta Sigma Phi. Hsmmm' F. LAYLE . . . . . . . . . . .SL Clair Sigma Delta Kappag Adelphi. - Smack: H. Lramfma , I . 3 Eighth St., Leipsic, O. WILLIAM A. E. LEITZINGER . . 225 Cherry St., Clearfield, Pa. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Sigma Delta Chi: Michigamua: Griffins: Sphinx: Michigan Daily C15 C21 C355 Opera Com. 1313 Chair- man 00: Chairman Soph. Prom. Com.g Class Treas. 133. FRED D. LEONHARD . . , 1215 Maywood Aw., Kalamazoo Men's Educational Club. Q DoNALn T. LESTER . . . . . . . . Richburg, N. Y. Sigma Phi Epsilon. P 114 6 S1MoN Llcvlw . . . . . 178 li. Ifvrry Aw., Delroit Adelphi. Blcssn-: R. L1':v1NsoN . . . . Birmingham D. W. LEWIS .... 1242 Memphis St., Springfield, Mo. Treasurer Educational Club. '1'sAo CHIICN LI . '. . . .... . . Canton, China President Chinese Students' Clubg Cosmopolitan Club. DXJAMES M. LINDEMUTH . . . . . . Ann Arbor Educational Club. Em LiPKIN . . . . . 185 E. Kirby Aw., Detroit -- Menorah. TING MIEN Liu . . . . . . . China Cosmopolitan. Ezlm W. Loclcwoon. , . . .3049 E. Grand Bl'v'd, Detroit 'X Zeta Psi. 115. Y FREDA B. LOEWENSTEIN . . 80 Massachusetts Ave., Detroit ALVIN E. Loucxs .... 1000 Watson St., Grand Rapids M Clubg Football 131. MARIE J. LOUGHLIN . . . 319 Thompson St., Ann Arbor HARRY R. Louis .... 8205 Euelid Ave., Cleveland, 0. Sigma Delta Chig Griffms, Mecseg Sphinx: Michigan Daily OJ 1215 Class Trcas. 125. - CHARLTON G. LoUKs ....... . LUNG' Sigma Alpha Epsilon. M. S. LU. . . . ..... . . .Hankow,Chi11a Cosmopolitan Club: Chinese Students' Club. RALPH A. LUCKR-. . . . . . . . Carleton Gamma Eta Gamma. W. GALE LUSH ...... 10 West St., Galeton, Pa. Lambda Chi Alphag Les Voyageurs: Varsity Band Q21 'CU Vice-Pres. 145. 116 Y ESTHER MACDONALD . . 131 Pornrmouth St., Jackson, O. HILLEN MACGREGORY .... . . . . . . Cass City Treasurer Senior Society: Girls' Glee Club. GRACE J. MACKINNON . . Oxford DONALD M. MAJOR ..... 305 East St., Three River: Quadrangleg Acolytesg Asst. Bus. Mgr. Daily CJD: Michigan- ensian C335 Athletic Program C375 Gargoyle C35 4425 Choral Union C23 Q33 145. NAZARIQTI-I L. MANGOUNI . . 3 Noble, Detroit g CLARON SIDNEY MAIQKHAM . . . . Benton Harbor Hermitage. LAURA MAR'1'IN ...... 1414 State St., St. Joseph Kappa Alfmha Theta. JULIA MERCEREAU MARTINDALE . 715 Fourth St., Clinton, Ia. Alpha Chi Omegap Educational Club. 117 XY V CARI, P, MAli'I'Zl.!JFlf . . . 104 Linden Ave., Buffalo, N. Y ' Alpha Chi Sigma: Scalp and Blade: Fresh. Glce Club: Var- sity Glcc Club C25 C3J 143. M. Llili MARX . i . . 45 Rhode lxlond' Ave., Deavilla B1anNAlm S. MASON . . Salim' CARL H. MASKJN . . . . . Cranford, N. J. Sinfonia. , in :DOROTHY MASON . . . Chardon Road, Euclid, O. GLADYS E. MA'F'l'HliWS 417 Lafayrtlc Ava., N. E. Grand Rapids CLAYTON C. MAU . . . 146 Cenlral Ave., Fredonia, N. Y. Della Sigma Phi. THOMAS R. MAYNARIJ . . Bridge Sl. Road, Grand Rapids Phi Kappa Sigmag Sphinx: Captain Cross Country MJ. 118 X -6 Cnfxs V MCALPINIQ ...... . . . Ha.wm, N. Y. MLn':-1 Qliducational Clubg Senior Lit. Football. . I'llllN Mc.Al.1'.lNls . - . 1794 47lh Sl. l4f'v.rl, Cleveland, 0. DONAI n W MLIC:tJIlMlCli . . ....... Owosso Acaciag Cl'2iflSl1'lGl'lQ Round Up Clull. KINNI in A. Mcfimmv ...... . Toledo, O. Lamhila Chi Alpha. lE1.lzAnlc'rH ANN!-1 MCl.l0NAl.ll . .1323 Woodward Aw., Delrozi Collegiate Surosis. Pl-lll.ll' G. Moliulflfm ...... . Jejferxotl, I Alpha Tau Omega. Umm MCELWNN . . 1804 Delaware Ave., Wilminglon, Del i 1 f ANNA MIIIIAM MCGURK . 703 Butler Awe., New Castle, Theta Phi Alpha: Comedy Club C413 Masques 135 Q4J ate Committee Oratorical Board C35 C439 Sigma Delta Phi Athena C21 Q32 f4Jg Mid West Dobating Team. 119 Michigan Daily C453 Girls' Educational Club C437 Intercollegi- Rosswm. A. MCIVER . ...... . . . Alpena Actuarial Society: Varsity Band. D. G. MCKliNZlE .' . 524 Packard, Ann Arbor LUCILLIIC MCKENZIE . . 524 Packard, Ann Arbor -r JUNE MCLAREN . . .... 114 Kailey Ave., Detroit Chi Omega. Y LUCILLE MliRRITT ....... ' . Randolph, N. Y. Theta Phi Alpha. D. K. MESSNER ........... Oxford, Ind. ' Phi Delta Theta: Michigamua: Griftina: Sphinx: Student Councilg Track C21 CSD. Jassnz I.ovmuNc METCALF . . 1905 W. Grand Blzfd, Detroit Collegiate Sorosisg Iota Sigma Pip Wyvern. V1v1EN METTLER . . . . . . . Q . Groton,S. D. Sigma Alpha Iota. Q 120 x 9 ANNA IRENE MEYER 803 Cottage Grove Ave., South Bend, Ind. '- Alpha Xi Delta, Junior Girls' Play. S. G. Msvsus ........ 168 E. Ferry, Detroit ROLAND ALVIN MIcKELsoN . . . 416 12th St., Racine, Wir. I Craftsmen Club. Bnucs MILLAR . . . . . . . . . . . . Manistique Sigma Delta Chi: Michigamua: Quadrangles: Sphinx: The Michigan Daily 111 12J: Telegraph, City, News, Editor 135: Athletic Program 121: Board of Directors Chimes 142: Class Track Manager 123: University Boxing Club: University Ser- vices Com. 141: Union House Com. 145: Class Day Com. 142: Pi Delta Epsilon: Managing Editor 1920 Michiganensian. 1 ALEX MILLER ..... 2701 E. 55th St., Cleveland, O. Phi Sigma Delta: Cleveland Club. , . ,S FRANK K. MILLER . . . . . . . New Richmond, Ind. Acacia: Michigamua: Sphinx: Baseball 125: Basketball 111 C27 133- MARY ELAINE MILLER . . . . . . . . . Pdrma Alpha Xi Delta: Classical Club. JOHN W. MILLION, JR. . . 1001 S. Jefferson, Mexico, Mo.. Football 145. l2l J Im i':S'l'lllilt IVIINIBS . . . X46 Svcunzzl Sl., lfall lriwr, I'lflu.I-s. Cosmopolitan Club: Girls' liducatioual Club: New England Club: The Michigan Daily C235 Athena Literary Sucictyg Menorah Society, l'.I'csidt-Ilt MJ. ' lll'2l.IiN l.OlfIsI-: MONROE . . 456 Muurm' Blvd., Soulh llnwn Kappa Alpha 'l'lIcta. MARION I. MOON . . 26 Taft Ave., Delroil JOIIN HAItl'l'1It MlJllltl'I . ,. . , 426 7'rowbri1fg1', Allrrgau Cooley Club: Michigan Daily. S. C. MKJIQIQIS . . 7'lIrvv Oales I-IOWARII D. MIJSPIS . . . . 1206 l'VllJ11lI'1lll'lU, A7lI'I Arbor Ailulphig Northwestern Club. gg MARION LIQI-1 NIOSIES . . . . 1206 Wrmlxlcflaw, Ann Arbor Swimming Team: Oratorical Association Play C317 Michigan Union Opera 121. CVRII. l-l. IvIO'I'uI.sRv . .,. '. . . . lJHIlllIj'Ilt', Iowa Craftsineu Club. . 122 VVILFRIII E. MuI.1mooN . . Yomgslown, O. A FA1'1'H C. MllI1I.li'l"l' . . Ann Arbor TIELEN El.lZAIllC'l'll MUMMICIIY 1144 lxzfayvllv .S't.,Dem1vr, Col. FRANK El.lll'IR'l' MUIQITOLTIC .... . Cordell, Oklu. ' Glue Club. WA1.uo J. Ml,lRl'1'lY . .... . Cadillac Theta Xi. DAVID D. NASH ..... 413 Main St., Dunkirk, N. Y. Phi Mu Alpha: Druids: Mimes: Comedy Clubg Manager Class Track Team 643: Invitation Committee Chairman C455 Glce Club Leader 643g Secretary-Treasurer Junior Hopg Secretary Student Council 145. ' EARL H. NELLER . . 1118 N. Walnut, I.am'ing LIARY CHARLOTTE NELSON . . 514 N. Third SI., Marquette 123 X CYRENIUS A. NEWCOMB . A ..... R. F. D. 3, Pontiac Alpha Delta Phi. LEILA E. NEWELL ., . ' .' . 1602 Tenth St., Eldora, Ia ANNA Lucius Noam-: .Q . . . 506 Virginia Park, Detroit Pi Beta. Phi: Mortarboardg Junior Girls' Play Music Chair- man: Girls' Glee Club C21 C35 C455 Social Committee C05 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C435 Freshman Spread Committee. ELLswoR'rH C. NORTON .... 739 N. Main St., Charlotte Craftsmen Club. Hu:roN M. NOWLEN . . . . . . . . Benton Harbor Commerce Club: Cross Country Club. PARKS A. NUTTER . . . . . . . Martinsville, Ind. Beta Theta Pi. GERALD F. NYE . . . . . . . . . . Plainzfiew,Neb. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ELIZABETH B. OAKES . . Wellsburg, W. Va. 124 ELIZABETH H. OATES . 211 Youell Ave. S. E., Grand Rapids WILLIAM C. O'KEEFE .... 520 Millard St., .Saginaw Sigma Alpha Epsilong Michiganensian 129. HELEN OLMSTEAD ...... 212 Ellis Sl., Ypxilanti Kappa Kappa Gamma. ELVA OLSEN . .... . Mamlvtique X Choral Union STANLEY G. OLSON ....... . . . . Ironwood Upper Peninsula Club: Monks: Football MJ. GLENN A. OMANS .... . . . . . East Lansing Craftsmen Club: Men's Educational Club. ARTHUR I. ORTENBURGER . . 196 Collingwood Ave., Detroit Les Voyageurs: Phi Sigma. GEORGE E. OSBORNE . . . . . . . . Bolivar, N. Y. Monks. 125 'va Cl-IARLICS R. Osrus, JR. . . 2621 Military St., Port Huron Delta Chi: Sigma Delta Chip Grifhns: Quadrangleg Druids: Managing liditor Michiganensian 1315 The Michigan Daily 1139 Night Editor C213 City Editor 133: Associate Editor 110: Summer Students' Directory Managing Editor 135: Opera Committee 113 123: Class Committee Chairman 133 145: Glee Club 121 133 147: Manager 135 141: All-Fresh. Glec Club UD: Ferry Field War Memorial Committee 143. DORA OSH-:uni-:uc . . . . . . . 506 Lake St., Cadillac 4: Alpha Chi Omegag Girls' Glee Club. FLORENCE I. Om: . . Wimfsor, Ontario FAITH PAr.Mmu.a1f: . . . . . . . . . . Lapeer Chi Omega: Iota Sigma Pi. JANET PARKIQS ., . . . . . . . Mancelona Cercle Francais. WARREN C. PARMENTER . . 803 W. Market St., Lima, O. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DoRoTHY ELIZABETH PATON . 1033 E. University, Amt Arbor Mu Phi Epsilon. CARLETON C. PATTERSON .... 221 N. Saginaw, Ppntiac Phi Gamma Delta: Craftsmen Club: Gargoyle: Freshman Reception Committee. 126 R0llI'1R'l' I-l. i,A'l"l'liRSON .. . 302 Ii. Madison, litlwardsbnrg CLARA M. l'Avr:'1'l'l-: . . Ontario, California WALT!-:R Ross PAYNIQ . . . . 833 Iimcrson Sf., Saginaw Sigma Nu. Wu.LAnn I.. PEACH .... 501 Front St., Fremont, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilong Michigamuag Ohio Club: Western State Normal Clubg Varsity Football Q23 4472 FFCSHYHCH Football- ' I. PRESTON PlaAm.MAN . . . 710 Brush Blvd., Detroit G. BUELL PEARSON . . . . . . . . Swca City, Iowa Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CARLETON B. Pnaucr-1 . . . . . . . Galesburg, Illinois Tau Kappa Epsilon: Michigan Union Orchestra 1201. , WILLIAM H. PEIIINE ..... 185 E. Warren St., Dctroil Forestry Club. 127 fx . MAIIGI: PERRINI-: . . Emlenton, Pa. ARTHUR PERTZOVITZ . . 51 Lincoln St., Newark, New Jersey Phi Sigma Delta. KENNETH H. PETRIE ..... 329 Stimson St., Cadillac Alpha Kappa Psi: Round Up Club: Commerce Clubg Glee Club: Union Opera C195 C2025 Red Feather. D. H. PHILLIPS ...... 433 Hanchett St., Saginaw Alpha Chi Sigma: Phi Lambda Upsilong Saginaw Club. S-'53 Gonnm FQ PIIILLIPPS, JR. . . 204 E. Lovell St., Kalamazoo Sigma Chi. MARTIN A. PHILLIPS . 2735 Commercial Rd., Cleveland, Ohio E Alpha Nu. ' HAZI-:L KATHERINE PLATT . . . . Carlsbad, New Mexico -- Chi Omegag Iota Sigma Pi. SEWELL H. PLATT ..... 302 N. Adams St., Ypsilanti Delta Tau Delta. ' 128 T78 4 lift- WT' 2' 1,llll.l.ll'S K. PLA'l"l'S . . Fort Pierce, Florida JAMES K. Po1.I.oc1c, Jia. ....... Newcastle, Pa. if Sigma Delta Kappa: Oratorical Association Treasurer CD C435 - President Pennsylvania Club 131 C413 Alpha Nu: Mid-West League Debate 441. ' A - N 1 Qliavles L. fic H. LESLIE POPP . . 1044 Woodward' Ave., South Bend, Ind. Sigma Nug Druidsg Assistant Track Manager C353 Chairman of Senior Banquet Committee: Freshman Glee Club HJ: Board oi' Control of Athletics. DOREEN POTTER .......... East Lansing Collegiate Sorosis: Wyverng Women's Research Club. JAMES POTTINGER ...... 76 East Euclid St., Detroit Trigong Commerce Club. XPERCY J. PowER ..... . . . . . . Farmington Delta Theta Phi: Craftsmen. STANLEY WINFIELD POWLEY . . 420 West 5th Ave., Flint P. I. QUAKENBUSI-I . 169 Kearny Ave., Perth Amboy, N. J. Sigma Nu. 129 X X X LINCOLN A. QUARBERG , . 630 Langdon St., Madison, Wls. Delta Phi Epsilon CWis.Jg Sigma Delta Chi: White Snades CWis.Jg Sports Editor Cardinal C2Dg Editor-in-Chief Badger C35- GEORGE C. QUINNELL . . . . . . Pickford Ferris Institute Club. DAVID RACOOSIN ...... 228 Cameron St., Detroit Board of Directors Menorah Society: Bayonne Club. HI-:RTI-IA E. RAID .... 8003 Elsa Sl., Cleveland, Ohio Kappa Alpha Theta. ' HENRY K. RANSOM . , 730 W. Main St., Jackson LEs'1'r:u G. RARIG . . Catawissa, Pa. CLARENCE L. RASMUSSEN. . . . . .Lewiston, Illinois Acaciag Commerce Club. 63 Roscoe R, RAU . .... 625 S. Monroe St., Monroe Phi Sigma Kappa. 130 I l f HX THELMA R1aus'rocK . . Crystal Roach, Onlario fxKENNlE1'H RELYEA. . . . . .New Brilain, Connevlicut Delta Tau Delta. AIMEE RENKES . . . . .... . . .Midd'Icw'lle Pi Beta Phi: Girls' Glee Club. MINA REv1zNo . , . 70 Stanton Aw., Dvfroit MARGERY REYNOLDS . . . . 605 W. Green St., Haxtings 1-Z Delta Gamma. ALICE B. Rnomzs . . Oswego, New York EDGAR L. RICE .. .. .. 1603 E. Main Sz., Massilon, ohio Pi Delta Epsilon: Quadrangleg Comedy Club: Michigan Daily CD 121 C33 C433 Wolverine 1355 Red Feather. DEAN M. RICHMOND .... 502 Cherry St., Arm Arbor ' ' Round Up Club. 131 ol 0 W WALTER S. R1Ess . . . 807 South State St., Toledo, Ohio Zeta Beta Tau: Sigma Delta Chi: Pi Delta Epsilon: Business Manager Gargoyle C21 C3J: Business Manager The Michigan Chimes C4J: Union Opera Comm. C25 C3J: Griffin: Toast- master: Mimes: Comedy Club: Glee Club Asst. Business Mgr. C15 CZD: Athletic Program CSD: Executive Comm. Union C4J: Chr. Cap and Gown Comm.: Devils: Owls: Publicity Chr. Band Bounce CZD: Michiganensian C13 Student Comm. Athletic Affairs C-0: Union Services Comm. C4J. VINCENT H. RIORDEN 1637 Niagara Ave., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Sigma Delta Chi: Sphinx: Michigan Daily C25 C313 Freshmen Cross-Country ' Team. MAURICE L. RIPPS . 776 Boulevard St., Bayonne, New Jersey Kappa Nu: President of Menorah Society: Boxing Club: Board of Directors Zionist Society: Bayonne, New Jersey Club. -' WALTER H. RISING . . 165 Bridges! St., Corning, New York THOMAS B. ROBERTSON . 6 Melrose Ave., Chevy Chase, Md. Delta Tau Delta. MARION BELLE Roon .... 1014 Church St., AM -4fb0" FANNY MARTHA Roolf . ----- Climax MARGARET LUCILLE Rosa . . . . 120 South St., Chel-fed Advertising Mgr. CU 132 A 16 Liao S. Ros:-:N . . . Muskegon Y'- Hll.I.AI! RoslaN'rHAL . . 1014 E. Genesee St., Syraeuse, N, Y. Pnmwcxs E. Ross Zeta Beta Tau. . . . Manistee HENRY GLENN Ross . . . . . . . Mansfield, Illinois Illinois Club: Craftsmen Club. ' HENRY Vmcu. Josavn EMILY I J. ROUSSIN ...... 504 Main St., Durand Commerce Club. A. Rowuzys ..... 304 sm sf., Lorain, Ohiobl Phi Kappa Sigma: Craftsmen Club. RumNs . . . 94 Garden St., Newark, New Jersey - Newark, New Jersey Club. R.UEr.LE. . . . . . . . , Den-gif Alpha Chi Omega. 133 Q ' Q. RALPH O. RYCHENER ..... . . . Arclzbold, Ohio Phi Chi: Michigamuag Varsity Basketball C33 C43 C535 Cap- tain Basketball Team 155. WILLIAM P. SANFORD . . 123 E. Division St., Kewanee, Ill. Phi Sigma Kappag Delta Sigma Rhog Varsity Debating Team 427 C45 BUNZADURD SAS!-IIDA ..... Tachikawa, Tokio, Japan Cosmopolitan Clubg Nippon Club. HAROLD J. SAUNDERS ....., Belfast, New York Lambda Chi Alpha: Druids: Grifiinsg Varsity Baseball 125: Fre hmen Baseball Team: Lit. Basketball Clj. J. O'rTo SCHERER . . 33 East Kirby St., Detroit E. HAIQOLIJ SCHETZER . . . . . 115 So. Larch St., Lansing Zeta Beta Tau. EDNA ANN ScH1EAR . . 269f'McCorrnick Place, Cincinnati, O. A Kappa Alpha Theta: Masques. Louis H. SCI-IIMMEL . . 4. . 127 E. Boulevard, Pontiac varsity 'Track 425 435. ' 134 CARI. G. Scnxvilisnlasxlxisii' . 308 N. 24111 Sl., Quincy, llliizois Delta Theta Phi: Michigan Daily 125. CARLTON L. SCHMOK . 1868 Rosalind Aw., Clevelaudl 0. Hermitage: Michiganensiau: Mandolin Club. EVELYN Hmzwoou SCHOLL . . . 917 lfonrxl Aw., Ann Arbor Girls' Educational Club. Mus. Gmnvs E. VINTER Scuulxrz 14 Collingwood Aw., Detroit Pi Beta Phig Girls' Glee Club. Mll.DllPID Scuuurz . . 114 Aldine St., Rochcsler, New York 1 Theta Phi Alpha. MORRISON W. SCO:-'mlm . . 214 S. Third St., Slerling, Colo. Phi Delta Thetag Glee Club C21 Q31 MJ. l'lm.lcN Sl-:I-31.1-Lv ....... 428 W. Frank SI., Caro Delta Gamma: Iota Sigma Pi CChem.j Wu.l.mM H. Sw:-' . . 714 Amrwiraii Bldg., Baltimore, Md. l35 0 1 H Glcokms SICLICTTO . .... . Witt, Illinois Alpha Nu. LAwmaNclc HOWARD SELTZIQR . . 270 Fredoltick St., Detroit "4- Adelphi CSecreta.ry-Treasurerhg Acolytesg Prbsident Cercle Franqaisg French Play 121 133. , B. 4VERNON SEVERANCE ..... Willsboro, New York Lambda Chi Alpha: Round Up Club. RAYMON W. SEVERANCE . . . . . Willsboro, New York ' Lambda Chi Alphag Round Upg Varsity Band 143. g FRED W. S1-imma ..,.. 802 Kingsley St., Ann Arbor Delta Tau Delta. JACOB T. SHAPIRA . . 1012 N. Nehley Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. Zeta Beta Tau: Business Staff Gargoyle f2l. lm SHELOW . . 3932 Floral Avo., Norwood, Ohio OTHO C. SHERRICK . . . . . . . . . Bowen, Illinois Craftsmeng Varsity Band: University Symbhony Orchestra. 136 ,DX K1 X ',- PAUL Sn Sigma rangle INKMAN . . 127'Gold' Aw., Was! Grand Rapids Delta Chi: Pi Delta Epsilon: Comedy Club: Quad- Cosmopolitan Club: Michigan Daily C23 C35 143: Union Opera CZJ: Comedy Club .Play 131. DONNELI. R. SHol-'FNER . 342 Main. St., Grcviisburg, Indiana Sigma Chi: Daily Advertising Manager: Sigma Delta Chi: Commerce Club. SADIE S101-:L . . 832 Otlawa Ave., Grand Rapids Mmun SIMMONS . 433 5111 Ave., Huntington, West Virginia FRANCIS' L. SKAU .... ..... . , Detroit Nu Sigma Nu QOmicronJ V, HERBERT Roon SLusslfR . .' . 910 Golf Lane, Wheaton, Ill. Sigma Delta Kappa: Quadrangle: Sigma Delta Chi: Michi. gan Daily CBJ: Union Opera Committee. X BENJAMIN T. SM1'ru . . . 57 Summer Ave., Grand Rapids CLARENCE L. SMITH . ..... . . . South Lvon Delta Theta Phi: Alpha Nu: Varsity Track 423. 137 . A F4 HENRY L. SMITH . .r . 408 E. Washington St., Ann Arbor M, Phi Beta Pig Craftsmeng Phi Sigma, IRENE SMITH ............ Union City LELAND D. SMITH . . . . Franklinfoille, New York Manu: E. SMITH . . 121 Woodbine Ave., Youngstown, Ohio " Cooley Club: Youngstown Ohio Club. RAYMOND CONRAD SMITI-I . . . 43 Pallister Ave., Detroitif Phi Gamma Deltag Commerce Club: Bowling Com.5 Class Trasurer 1135 Senior Class Social Committee. S WILLIAM A. SMITH . . 1107 N. 6th St., Springfield, Illinois EDWIN S. SNYDEII ..... 234 Hamilton Ave., Detroit Alpha Sigma Phi. ' Ronmrr H. SoMI:RvII.LIz . . . 720 S. State St., Ann Arbor Round Up Club: Business Staff Michigan Daily. 138 'JC STEWART L. SONNE . . 1212 Permylvania Ave., Warren, Pa. Phi Kappa Sigma: Michigan Chimes CCredit Manager-D. WALTER T. Sokc . . . 812 S. Lincoln Ava., Massilon, Ohio Phi Kappa Sigma. MARGARET E. S1-A1N .... 127 Melbourne Ave., Detroit Pi Beta Phi: Stylus: Mortarboard. F. ALISON SPENCE ........ . Cass City Kappa Kappa Gamma. Emu. H. SPIESBERGER ...... 1214 .Sth St., Bay City Commerce Club: Cercle Franqais: Bay City Club. EUGENE A. STANCHI . . 54 Conselyea St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cosmopolitan Club: Dante Club: Treasurer Greater Newark, New Jersey Club: President Circolo D'Annunnw:in. RUTH A. STANTON . . 301 W. West St., Sturgis Momus S'rAmc . . Detroit 139 ly' , LELAH R. STEPHENS . 124 N. Lcridenn Ave, Logrmsport, Ind. I Athena. ELLEN B. STEVENSON . . . 712 Kingsley St., Ann Arbor Caryatides. ARTHUR EDWARD STILES . . 1833 Woodside Ave., Bay City Men's Educational Club: Classical Club. EVELYN V. STOCK . . . . 518 W. Warren St., Detroit Alpha Phi. HAROLD F. STOTZER . . ...... Archbold, Ohio -F Lambda Chi Alpha: Mimesg Round Up Club: Opera Orchestra C25 C33 C473 Varsity Band Q23 C33 C435 President Varsity Band 147. SAM P. STRAUSS . 2118 N. New Jersey St., Indianapolis, Ind. NORMAN H. STUMPF . . 693 Elliott St., Buffalo, New York Phi Sigma Kappa: Scalp and Bladeg Michigan Union Bowling Committee 143. Rosle STURMER . . . . . . 709 Wall St., Port Huron Kappa Kappa Gammag Mortarboardg Wyvern. 140 -5 A I - R RALPH LA RUC TALLMAN . 209 E. ll"n.rl1ington St., Greenville I'l0llGH'l'0N WELLS TAYLOR 1117 Clinton Sl., Fort Wayne, Ind. MAlIlllCIi W. TAYLOR . . 317 W. 5th St., Tulsa, Okla. ...f HAROLD R. TELFER . . . . . . . . . Sarnia, Ontario Phi Kappa Sigma: Michigancnsian: Manager Class Football Team 141. X ANNA TlaM1'I.n . . . . 480 W. Hancock Ave., Detroit Alpha Xi Delta. MYRTLE B. TENCH . . 210 N. Lotus Ave., Chicago, Ill. BERYL S. TI-IOMAS . . . 98 Prall Sl., P00505 ,fx AGNES M. THOMPSON . . . 209 Morrison St., Grand Rapids Theta Phi Alpha. 141 vi.- DALE NIOORE THOMPSON . 5916 Troost St., Kansas City, Mo. s Trigon. HOLLAND THOMPSON . . 231 Burlingame Ave., Detroit MARIE THORPE . . . . .... 1066 2nd St., Detroit Delta Gamma: Mortarboard. DOROTHY TICHENOR . . Dowagiac MA'Vl'llEW S. TOWAR ........... Detroit Sigma Phi: Grifl-ins: Toastmasters: Mimcs: Druids: Assistant Manager Football 1333 Union Opera 133. PAUL G. Towsusv . . . 310 Norwood Ave., Grand Rapids Commerce Club: Round-Up Club: Union Dance Committee: Senior Social Committee. Es'1'1-nan A. TRAINOR . . Brown City MARION Tm2AnGOLn .... 2721 Military St., Port Huron Collegiate Sorosis. ' 142 HAROLD A. TRUMI-OUR . . . 313 So. Main St., Chrboygan Knickerbocker Club. CLARA IRENI-3 Tunns . ........ . Frvvsoil Alpha Chi Omega: Iota Sigma Pi. I'lSlN CI-IIA TUNG ...... Luho, Nauking, China Cosmopolitan Club: Chinese Students Club: Winner of Mid- West Chinese Conference Oratorical Contest: President of Prohibition League of Chinese Students in America: Chairman of International Relations Committee of the Cosmopolitan Club. . .. , 7 j' ' NORNAI. UNlHzXNlx . . 11-0 lane Sl., Konxax City, Mo. Alpha Phi Alpha. DE ELMICR C. Ul"l'fJN . . . 4062 Conmwicnt SI., Sl. Louis, Mo. Commerce Club: Craftsmen Club: Glee Club C23 135. A. PE'rx5R VAN BRUNT . 3604 Frederick Blvd., St. Joseph, Mo. Beta Theta Pi: Druids: Michiganensian QZD: Bowling Com- mittee: Chairman Membership Committee Michigan Unioh 443. S CHARLES li. VAN Cnicicv, JR. . . Oklahoma Cily, Oklahoma Phi Delta Theta. LAWRENCE R. VANNIESS . 4747 Beacon Sl., Chicago, Illinois' Phi Kappa Psi: Sphinx: Freshmen Glee Club: Varsity Glee Club CID C21 135. 146 ui il ,xf MAI!-ltllllli C. Xf'AN NORMAN . , 464 Vtincwood Ave., Detroit " Chi Omega: Comedy Club: Mortarboardg Michiganensiang Class Hockey 131 145: Class Basketball Q39 141: Girls' Glee Clubg Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. EARL N. VAN OIINUM . . Iron River HARmE'r'r VAN WINKLE ..... 417 Court St., Howell Chi Omega. D KARL H. VICLDE .......... Pekin, Illinois Phi Delta Thetag Toastmastersg Griffinsg Druids: Commerce Clubg Board of Control of Student Publicationsg Students' Directory KID: Bowling Committee: Chairman Reception Committee: Chairman of I Hop Committee 433. SUSAN S. Vlilll.ENIlliN .... 15 Ridge Ave., Darby, Pa. Delta Gamma: Mortarboardg Wyvern. H. BLAKE VINKEMULllElt . . 473 Fountain St., Grand Rapids Phi Sigma Kappag Member of Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. 'QL MARJORIE S. VIVIAN . . 1740 Depot St., Calumet RUTH VOKES . .... 2498 Gratiot Aw., Detroit ,L Senior Society. l44 Doms v0l.l.ANll ..... . 236 Ingalls Sl., Ann Arbor '- Collegiate Sorosis. JOHN VIEICNON K. NVAGAR . 237 N. Mari.-el St., Wooster, Ohio -Q EUGENE ,l. WAIT . ....... Reynolds, Illinois ' Sigma Vhi. HARLAN N. WALK:-in .... 114 Glendale Ave., Detroit Trigong Triangles: Varsity Football CSD. Ross GRAHAM WAl.lu':R ...... . Baflle Creek Gamma Eta Gamma. Ruin IREN1-1 WAl.lil'Il! ....... R. R. 2, Dam-'ville Alpha Xi Delta. ' JAMES M. WALLEY ..,. 201 Liuroln Sl., Sieelton, Pa. Les Voyagcurs Gl'INl'IVlliVl-I ANN VVALSII . . 338 E. Catherine St., Ann Arbor Theta Phi Alpha. l45 .1 -0 17 'N MARION ALICE WANSTROM 20 Ravcrtscroft Rd.,A.rheville, N. C. . MARY VVARD . .... 2516 Robinwood, Toledo, Ohio Girls' Educational Club. C. JAMES WARREN . . 721 W. Boulevard, Rapid City, S. D. Alpha Delta Phi. H. H. WATSON . . . . . Sault Ste. Marte Phylon. S WALLACE F. WATT . . . 337 East Liberty St., Amt Arbor -Q Phylonp Michigan Daily 121. OWEN J. WATTS .- ....... Wagom-lf, Oklahoma Phi Kappa Sigmal VALnAL.WA'r'rs. . . . . . . . . . . . .Alto Acacia Fraternity: Craftsmen Club: Michigan Daily QZJ. JEAN E. WEEBER . . . . . . . Seymour, Indiana Caryatidcs. 146 WT. Poi' CYRII. B. XJVlil3S'l'liR . . . 315 S. Cl1L'fl'ySf., Van Wert, Ohio Phylon: Les Voyageurs: Forestry Club: Editor of Michigan Forester. LILLIAN C. W1sus'rER . . . Route 2, W'ilm-ington, Delaware Alpha Chi Omegag Girls' Cosmopolitan Club: Girls' Educational Club. ' FRIEDA A. Wiznnxwiravmla . . . Chvlsva VIRGINIA VVARREN Wmaxs 2 Rutland Place, Rochvillc Center, Long Island, N. Y. Alpha Chi Omega: Girls' Educational Club: Michiganensian. KARL L. W1snM1zvlsR .... 920 Oakland St., Ann Arbor Phi Kappa Sigma: Sigma Delta Kappag Wolverine CID: Michigan Daily QU 421. CARr.'roN FRANK WELLS . . 802 Wheaton. Ave., Kalamazoo Quadrangle: Alpha Nu: Kalamazoo Normal Club: Varsity Glee Club. FRANCES Wnsusv ...... 503 Eric St., Port Huron Collegiate Sorosis: Mortarboard: President of Y. W. C. A. C39 C45- 3 HARRY GREENWOOD XNESTBROOK . .... . . 39 Sanderson Aw., Balllo Creek Trigong Craftsmen. i 147 XX' BRAYTON W. VVES'l'C0'l"l' ...... Kingsville, Ontario .Sigma Phi Epsilon. I JAMES STERLING Wrcxcwuuz . 234 W. Washington, Jackson Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Class Manager Baseball Teams. ARCH D. WILSON . 501 W. Washington St., New Castle, Pa. Gamma Eta Gamma: Pennsylvania Club: Class Track Teams C25 C33 C49- DOROTHY WILLIAMS . . Hancork m ROLLIN R. VVINSLOW .......... vSt. Joseph Alpha Delta Phi: Phi Delta Phig Toastmasters: Owls: Bar- risters: Archons fljg Vice-President of the Union. Enwmzn VVISI-IROPI' . .... . . Paola, Kansas Phi Rho Sigma. Hl'Il.EN Womfli . . 2309 Park Aw., Norwood, Cincinnati, O. JOHN Tl-lORN'l'ON Woo1J1f'oR1J. . . . . .Pari:, Kentucky Sigma Delta Kappag Kentucky Club. ' 148 .. Af 1 -Q MAIUAN E, Woonkumf HARRIE1' WooDwoR'rH Collegiate Sorosis: M. Ouvn Wmcam' . Qumcv L. VVRIGHT . . R. R. 67, Sharon, Pa. Washington Ave., Lansing Comedy Club: Sigma Alpha Iota. ' . . 1822 Cherry St., Toledo, Ohio Pi Beta Phi. . . . . . . Tennyson, Indiana Sigma Phi Epsilon. RALPH lVIA1,'mc1-: WRIGHT . . . . Ttfuqzs Commerce Club. DONALD P. YERKliS,'J'R. . . . . . . . Norlhwlle Phi Delta Theta. ANNA MAY YORKS ......... Highland' Park Senior Society: Mortarhoaril. 149 I l ' 150 M I 151 152 i i 153 154' I' 155 156 1. ,I N V157 E GIBNEERING Q AllCHITECTVRE Warm? Ll 1 .df Colleges of ,Engineering and Architecture lVlo1iT1MER ELWYN Coomcv, M.E., LL.D., D.E., DlCAN HE original act of 1837 included Engineering as one of the departments of instruction in the' University. The first professor in this branch was ap- pointed in 1853-54 and the first class of two mengraduated with the degree of Civil Engineer in 1860. Military Engineering was established 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 Mining Engineer conferred for the first -time in 1867. A course in Mechanical Engineer- ing was established in 1868, but the degree was -abolished in 1870, at which time the main part of this course was included in' Civil Engineering. Engineering was taught in the College of'l.iterature, Science, and the Arts until 1895, then made a separate department with Prof. Charles E. Greene as Dean. Following Professor Greene's death in 1903, the present Dean was ap- pointed in February, 1904, together with Prof. Joseph B. Davis as Associate Dean. Professor Davis resigned his office in 1908, and Prof. William I-1. Butts took his place as Assistant Dean. The first Secretary was Prof. Herbert J. Goulding. He was followed bv Prof. ,lames P. llird, who held the office until 1905. His successor, the present Secretary, is Louis A. liopkins, with Camilla B. Green as Assistant Secretary. Architecture was re-established in .l905, being assigned to the Department of Engineering. The title of the Department of Engineering was changed to De- partment of Engineering and Architecture. ln 1913, the title was again changed to Departments of Engineering and Architecture. Prof. 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. ln January 1915, the title of the Departments was changed to the present title, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture. 158 kvllhue Miwliilrxuimnnu M ltlhur JIRHFEMI ?EEnuquirnmr1rn'inurg1 lNP1I1HIl11Il1R in rmmlrrrilifnullag SKPFIFUTIUWTU lm QIlTrrru11fu'nmmw11r Wwmllnwmt UI. Hfxuknllnw. 159 1920 Engineering fwi' MC KI-IH DARBAKER RENIGICR ANDERSON WYMAN COOK LIVHRMONE 1920 .lznglneerlng Oflicers WA1.no Muff, MeKlclz ........... President ARCH!!-: B. WESTON ....... lst semester Vicc-President G. R. ANIJIERSON . . .r . 2nd semester Viec-President HIENIQY N. ANIJEIISON ............ Secretary JAMES M. DARBAKER ........... Treasurer IIONOIC C'OMMfT7'fflf MADDEN WICTZICI. MAY CAIN!-Q nn1"ruM scu1Nnx.1 R I60 1920s Engineering Committees D. D. BOVAIRID, Clmirman L. L. SM1'rH R. B. ROBINSON J. H. ROUGH C. J. HEATH Asscvlzbly V. -D. WAITE, Chairman C. A. STEMMER Izmfifafinu H. G. SPARKS. Cllairmzm P. L. WEL'roN J. E. LARSON J. W. SMART L. M. ILGENFRITZ Publicity G. W. FRANCIS., Chairman J. L.'BAKER W. S. CLARKSON F. H. LIVERMORE H. RYE L. E. IDAIGLE W. COLLIER Banq-zwt W. G. I'IARliER'1', Clmirman J. C. EDWARDS R. FORD . G. ERNST . WO A. C. HliIMEliDINGER Memorial W. R. FAVORITIC, Chzuirman E. BERRY G. R. HAIillING'1'0N W. S. IQILPATRICK W. F. SHEPARD Rr'cvf1t1'0u H. S. PIERCE, Chzxirman 161 we 2 w-AM 'UQ ,... 2 ,. .vt-:AA 'fm 'U' YQ EE'-an 1 C1 Sign, Z A2251-seofl 3 Q 155522552 E E S -gaming 5 Q 5 92 Q A E- E. E 3 E ,- SJ g .. .. "' 5 Z U O 1 -1 'f' :zwgmw lf 513 2 mlqzfi?-ifn E ' .. un :F 7520 9 - ,Vw-3:-cm: o -4?z V5-1-9 :.Z.'. :Am a' Q V E 5 ri 5 ':. .4 : SD 'Q 2: E ... '4 :1 "' '21 V1 vwemw ram 1 f-aww? D592 .H , . mf' I w M :JQUZ Ecbg E 0 5 gr' x Z0 ,..o . ,- 'WEEQCEE-' 5 r' :peg Zi Z S 5 Z QQ" g: E. a E 3 5 u E P. LANGEN1-iAM Cap and Gown O. BEACH, Chairman O. BURLINGAME J. E. GooDwu.1.1E M. E. NAMPA I. SHEAHAN W? FIFJFI ffl w : 32136 Mini 255'-23 QQ? mai' Ei 33 3 W. S. MOIQEHOUSE M. F. GARDNER Sing C. R. NYMAN,.Chairman E. P. HARDELL ' life f ,Yi D. S. ABELQ. . - .... Boa' 32 R. F. D. 1, Toledo, Ohio 4 Kappa Sigma: Tau Beta Pi. J. GERALD AMES . .f . . 168 Lincoln St., Manislee FREDERICK JOHN ANDERSON 921 W. Franklin St., Elkhart, Ind. - Vulcans: Web and Flange: Class Wrestling Team 123. GEORGE FRANK ANDERSON . . .1204 Grand Ave., Astoria, Ore. A Quarter Deck: Tau Beta Pi, ' GORIXJN R. ANDERSON . . . 298 lflfcst St., Brantford, Ont. Round-Up: Tau Beta Pi: Vice-Chairman American Institurc , of Electrical Engineers: Varsity Baseball 133: Class Hockey CU C455 Soph. Prom. Committee 121. HENRY N. ANDERSON . 405 N. Broadway, Aberdeen, Wash. Alpha Dclta Phi: Vulcans: Triangles: Class Secretary 645. W ogovx ELLIS J. ARNOLID .... 514 S. Wennna Avo., Bay City 'tute of Electrical Engineers. "' SAMUEL S. ASHROL1' . . . 26 Maple Sl., Massillon, Ohio Sinfonia: Michigan Technic. 162 Phi Gamma Delta: Tau Beta Pi: Craftsmen: American Insti- - as wi MAIQQIJIS H. AYERS ..... 1101 Cass Ave., Detroit Varsity Soccer 127: Associate Editor Michigan Technic. C. O. Bmxcncic . . I-Iarbor Springs GEORGE Ai.mucH Bixiusv . . . 755 livnileau Blvd., Detroit American Institute of Electrical Engineers. Josnvrr LINCOLN limclau ........ El Paso, Ill. Delta Chi: Griffins: Vuleans: Triangles: Varsity Track 125 C35 147: All Fresh Track. S. D. BALi.Ann . . . 1103 Washington St., Ann Arbor Marine Society: Quarter Deck. 9 VALROY S. Bmuu-:'1"rA . . . N. Valley Aw., Vineland, N. J. ' CARI. O. BARTON . V. . 707 Prosper! St., Sault Ste. Marie A-.. Sinfonia: Tau Beta Pi: Soo Club: Upper Peninsula Club: 1920 Engineering Directory: Class Vice-President 125: Class Hockey Team C17 MJ: All Fresh. Glee Club: Varsity Glee Club 122 Q35 C455 Engineering Honor Committee CSD. Am.:-:N O. lil-:ACH ..... . 108 Otlawa Sl., St. Johns Chairman Cap and Gown Committee 643. ' 163 l 5' Y Q JOHN IDEBAUN BENJAMIN . . 223 James Aw., Ciraud Rapids EARL BERRY ..... i .... 1117 Dalia, Gl'ad.i'ionc Engineering Society 625: Upper Peninsula Club: Football Reserves 125. ' C5 LATI-1li0l' F. BERRY ...... llfildwaod Apts., Jackson Alpha Tau Omega: Mimcs: Michigan Union Opera 121 135. Q JUAN A. BoNN1c'r. . . . . . . .ViCQ1tf'.f,1,tIl'f01Y'lc'0 -,-. 'Cosmopolitan Club: Cerclew Francais:iSociedad Hispaniea. 'CURTIS Bo'r'1'uM. . . . . . . . . . .I-Iastinys ,.... Lambda Chi Alpha: Student Council: Tau Beta Pi: Vulcans: V Web and Flange: Engineering Honor Committee CZD CSJ C4D. G DAVIS D. BOVAIRIJ . . 202 S. 6th St., Indepmdcncc, Kansas Kappa Sigma: American Society of Mechanical Engineers: Chairman Auditing Committee 442. HARRY T. BROHI. . Q 313 Lawrence St., Sandusky, Ohio EDMUND M. BROWN . .... . . 1irr'derif:ktow11, Ohio Lambda Chi Alpha: Round-Up. 164 FRANK PERRY BROWN . . P GEORGE CARLTON BROWN . Mandolin Qx ' HAIQLAND H. BUCK . N BRUCE OSCAR QBURLINGAME . 120 Balmoral, Toronto, Canada . . 540 Packard' St., A1111 Arbor Club 135 143. ' . Lyonx 140 Camllbcll Pl., Grand Rapids VN Tau Beta Pig American Institute of Electrical Engineersg Cap and Gown Committee 443. CHARLIQS A. BURTON . . 1485 Winton Ave., Lalcmvood, Ohio CLARIQNCH W. CAMPBICLI. . . Lockporl, N. 1' C, P A. RAYMOND CARR .... 1032 Vaughn Sl., Ann Arbor Alpha Chi Sigma: Phi Lambda Upsilon. Vugmy Lil 5 GARUNER H. Cl'llDliS'l'ER ......... Hastings' Alpha Chi Sigma: Phi Lambda Upsilong Tau Beta Pi. 165 Y EDGAR S. CHIPMAN . . R. li. D. 6, Arm Arbor CURTIS R. CHYNOWIETI-I ...... . Houghton Class Hockey C23 C4D. GI-zontsrz ROBERT Cmtucia . . . 1566 W. Grand Blvd., Delroitx Cosmopolitan Club: Class Footballg American Institute of , Electrical Engineers. N VVILLIAM S. CI.A1f14soN. . . . . . 76 Gladstone, Detroit Beta Theta Pi: Michigan Daily C313 Michiganensian C3J. Hovwum N.,COLL1NS ...... 20 Martin Pl., Detroit Beta Theta Pig Vulcansg Trianglesg Chairman Red Feather Operag Michigan Union Rooming Committee: Class Reception Committee C433 Chairman Entertainment Committee CZJ. Rotxlawr CooK . . . 11429 Glenwood Ave., Cleveland, Ohw Delta Kappa Epsilon: Griflinsg Vulcansg Trianglesg Varsity ' Track C23 C33 C455 Class on Athletic Affairs. " WA1.'rER DL COOK, . VVn.r.mM Colwm . 166 Hockey C13 C415 Student Committee . Saline . St. Louis, Mo. xl . H. J. LELAND COTTON . . . 209 Ml. Iffcruon Aw., Dvlroit 'Trigong Alpha Chi Sigma: Class Secretary UD. Howlum S. CUMMINS . . N. Ii. D, No. 6, Toledo, O11-io ' ARTHUR O. DA:-z1.maRf: . . 1327 Slrplmmm Aw.. l5.n:a1mba Tau Beta Pi. LAWRENCE li. lJAllil.E . . Dearborn .4111 Delrail la JAMES M. DARBAKI-nn ........ Vandergrifl, Pa. Kappa Sigmag Tau Bela Pig Vulcansg Triangles: Class greas- urer C425 President Engineering Society 143. VERNON lJ1cl,AMla'1'z-:R . . 805 li. I-lnrou SI., Ann Arbor I' Au'rm,:n Wlc1.1.s lllaw ..... 118 Garfield Sl., Jackson " Bela Phi. JOHN T. IJIQKINSUN . . . .. ..... Ifcmwille Monks: Alpha Chi Sigma: Vulcansg Triangle-sg Michigan Technic 4333 Class Treasurer 123. 167 N CHARLES K. Doon ....... . Coloma Ferris Institute Club. RAYMOND A. Dow . . 3851 Guilford Ave., Iildiauapolix, md. BENJAMIN DOUGLAS . . . . . . . . . .A Gro.v.ce Ile - Trigong Alpha Chi Sigmag Phi Lambda Upsilon: Tau Beta Pi. Enwm IE. DREESIE . . . . . . . . . Alauson Theta Chi: Tau Beta Pi. ' ALBERT E. lJYMliNT ....... Wax! Flamboro, Ont. Kappa Beta Psi: Round-Up: President 'Canadian Club HJ: Michigan 'Dcchnic Q17 1239 Alumni Editor Michigan Technic 425. fx Hlclmxzwr L. DUNl'lAM . . . . . 125 King Ave., Delroil Alpha Sigma Phig Michiganensian QZJ. HAYNES E. EDISON .... 338 Pans Ave., Grand Rapids Phi Sigma Kappa. R JOHN C. EDWARDS ..... 14 Avery Pl., Uiira, N. Y. 'M Lambda-Chi Alphag Class Football Q13 C29 147: Varsity Band f2j OJ. 168 I u CI.AIzI:NcIa liAItI.Ic liIcIIIeI.uIcItt:I2It . . Union Bridge, Maryland Craftsmang American Society of Mechanical Engineers. WII.I.IAIvI PI-:ItIIIN FAVQRITIL . 605 N. Va1IBIIrc1I St., Bay City 5 Theta Delta Chi: Mimes: Vulcansg .Bay City Club: Enter- tainment Committee 143: Opera Stage Manager C23 f3J C435 Chairman Memorial Committee. LJ CI-IAIu.i:s R. lfoun . . 290 W. Main, Moorcstown, N. J. Hermitage: Tau Beta Pig Vulcansg Triangles: Quartercleck. GI.I-:NN C. FoItIeIas'I'I2It . . . . . Empire, 'X Acacia. FRANK P. FOSTER . .... . Holly Theta Chi. 9 Hunmn' F. Fos'rEIt ...... . . . . Grass Lake - American Society of Mechanical Engineers: Society of Auto- mobile Iingineersg Engineering Society. f W GEORGE W. FRANCIS ......... Lake Odessa Web and Flange: Editor The Black Fly: Chairman T':IhTi- catiun Cmnxnittcc. Roswl-:I.I. E. FIQANKLIN . n . S'clzcIIecIad'y, N. Y. 169 . U A WM. RONALD FRAZER .... 416 W. Second Aw., Iflznt Kappa Sigma: Mimesg Trianglesg Opera Music Comm. 1353 Junior Vic'c-Presidenti Michigan Union Opera Cast KZD. Wrzusnz l.. FULLER .......... M l. Pleasant Acacia: Craftsmen Club, Sec-Treas.g Web and Flange: Glce Club. I HAROLD O. FULLERTON . . . 492 Logan Aw., Sharon, Prix Alpha Sigma Phi: Michigan Daily 1315 Class President Ulg ' - Glee Club 1-0. MIYRRAY FRANK GARDNER . . 508 N. Capitol Ave., l.mLs'irlg '- Alpha Delta Phi. . . . l315 S. .swf sl., Ann Arbor :fx JOHN C. Gi:Nnasss . Alpha Chi Sigmag Varsity Mandolin Club. Phi Lambda Upsilon: 1 E. DUNCAN GIAUQUE 32 Sf. Clair Avo., Niagara Falls, Ont. . . . .129 Fourteenth Sl., Ann Arbor iq EARL12 D. GLA'rzlcL . American Institute of Electrical Engineersg Football KU C47- , STANLEY IMIQRMAN GLAZILR .... . . . Kalkaska Kappa Nu: Craftsmen Clubg Gargoyle C359 Secretary of the. Jewish Students Congregation. 170 XF X , MILES E. GOLL . . 18 Mendendenhall Bldg., Dayton, Ohio - q JOHN S. GOODMAN . . Hemlock J. ERWIN GOODWILLIE .... 703 Church St., Ann Arbor Trigun: Tau Beta Pig Sec. Y. M. C. A. C315 Pres. Y. M. C. A. 1435 I Chairman Student Branch A. S. M. E. . Vx ,HAROLD A. GORDON . . 302 Monroe, Owosso VJOHN Gnoss ....... West Palm Beach, Florida Round Upg Triangles. HAROLO F. GROVES ..... 110 Twelfth St., Ann Arbor Theta Delta Chig Social Committee 443. K. HPZIQMANN GRUNWALDT . . . . . . 1 Mayo No. 215, Concordia, Argentina I Ross GUNN . . . . . 369 W. Lorain, Oberlin, Ohio Secretary of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. 171 tl 3 --'fx qw RICHARD ALLYN HAlGlI ..... 174 Seminole, Detroit Zeta Psi: Michigamixag Triangles: Track 113 123 133: Football 123 143. LEE D. I-IANnv . . . . . . . . 70 Blaine Ave., Detroit Phi Sigma Kappa: Craftsmen Club: Mich. Naval Militia. WALDO G. l'lARl!ICR'l.' . . . 287 Commonwealth Ave., Detroit Beta Theta Pi: Toastmasters: Vulcans: Alchemists: Triangles: Michiganensian 123: Ch. Social Comm. 113: Oratorical Dele- gate 123: Ch. Banquet Comm. 143: Ass't Basketball Mgr. 133: J Hop Com. 133. i CHARLES E. HARDY . . . . . . . . . Kenosha, h'Vl.S'.'7k Zeta Phi Epsilon: Glee Club 113 133. CLARENCE H. HARl'S'l' . . 830 E. Bancroft St., Toledo, Ohio tx T. , . , rlgon, Varsity Band, Opera. I GEORGE R. HARRLNGTON. . . . . . . . .St. Louis Sigma Phi Epsilon: Memorial Committee. A. C. HEIMERDINGRR . . . 1302 Seymour, Lansing ..- HAROLD C. HEYM . . . . . 123 Collingwood Ave., Detroit Alpha Sigma Phi. l72 0 W. R. l'llCKI.liR ....... . Milwoukro, Wis, Alpha Chi Sigma. Louis B. Hlclcs . . . 214 Broadway, Mishawaka, Ind. v- IVAN N. ITIITCHCOCK . . . 1122 Mill Sl., Kalamarsoo 'X PAUL VVM. Hom: . . Marshall U CARL T. HOKIAN . . . JS W. Sewntlz St., Williston, N. D. Trigun: Michigamua: Griffinsg Tau Beta Pi: Web and Flangcg President Union 1459 Class Treas. Cljg President C233 J-Hop Comm. C355 Student Council C33 141. n 0 C1AlA1u.I2s SCI-Illflfltn l'lOI.llIAN . . 333 Garland Ave., Detroit Jos. A. HOVSlil'lAN ..... 53 Kaudfcll St., Hyde Pork Cosmopolitan Clubg American Chemical Society. L. K. HOWAIIIJ . . . 1323 Elm St., Youngstown, Ohio 173 ALDEN L. Howfuw . . . Washington, D. C. SAMUEL Llcsur: Hum: . . . 100 Northwestern Ave., Detroit Sinfonia: Mandolin and Cree club cap 449. ALBERT J. Hmmm-:'l"1' . . . . . R. D. No. 1, Ceresco LESTER MOIi1'ON ILGENFRITZ . . . . 36 Prentis Ave., Detroit Theta Xi: Chairman American Institute ofllileclrical Engineers. HAIIOLD H. JENNINGS . . St. Joseph YNHOWAIID W. JONES ..... 705 Boalt St., Toledo, Ohio Phi Sigma Kappa: Craftsmen: Ohio Club: Soccer Team OJ CZJ: Varsity Glee Club UD 12J. C LLOYD R. KALMBACH . , Chelsea DALE W. KAU1-:MAN ..... 721 Atwood Street, Flint Craftsmen. U ' 174 IX THE0 KEIIDANZ' .... 135 :fmt asa sf., New york Cay Craftsman: Track Team. fgfc hav-06 8 1.41611 A WILLIAM S. KxL1'ATR1cK , Q - ' ..... 616 N. Ainsworth Ave., Tacoma, Wash. Kappa Beta Psi: Tau Beta Pi: University Symphony Orches- tra in qzp. r U ALAN F. KING . . . 386 Dufferin Ave., London, Canada Theta Chi: Cosmopolitan Club: Adv. Mgr. Technic 435: Bus. Mgr. Directory C415 Union Opera 143. VVINI-'IELD C, KING . . 16 Leamington Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. Scalp and Blade. RUSSELL F. KlNGS'l'0N .... 235 Josephine Ave., Detroit Lambda Chi Alpha. ALBERT KINZIE . . Wyandote Envvzxuus M1No'r l.ANE .... 60 Delaware Ave., Detroit Phi Gamma Delta. Vice-Pres. Fresh. Engineer. Track CU. rb ERIC P. LANGENHAN . . 1530 Waterbury Rd., Lakewood, O. Sigma Phi Epsilon: Vulcans: Web and Flange: All Fresh. Baseball: Varsity Baseball 121 C35 145. 175 X J. E. LARSON ........... Cryxlal Falls Kappa Sigma: Quaigterdeckg Track C13 C23 C32 00. SIM:-soN C. LEONARD . . . 422 ll". li. Houlmfard, Dvtroil -N Kappa Sigma. HIQRMANUS S. LICROUX ..... Bctlmliv, South Africa South African Union: Cosmopolitan Club. JOSEPH Lllil'AH ...... 175 Frederick Si., Dviruit Cosmopolitan Club. ' 'Q FRED HAliliISfJN LIVRRMORE . 2036 18th St., 'Waslzinglom D. C. ,.. Tau Beta Pi: Cabinet Club: Base Ball Manager 141. D BRUCE GEORGE LOGAN .... '. . . Theodore, Alabama Alpha Chi Sigma. , ,.... HORACE C. LOGAN . . 8 Morrison St., Niagara Falls, Ont. Hockey: Basketball. C7 FRANKLIN LoUcKs .' . . 1000 Watson St., Grand Rapids 176 Nik . ,z Fmsnmuc Auc LOUIIICN ..... 810 Millard, Sngiflaw Quartcrdeckg Saginaw Club. S'rAN1.i-:v T. Lowlc .... 203 Clmvlzzul Sl., Bnlllc Crvclc Trigong Alpha Chi Sigmag Vulcans: Triangles: Pres. Fresh. Class. Basketball CU. ROllliR'l' li. MANl.liY . . -. 211 lfl"v.vl Crrvn, SI., Olvan, N. Y. R. T. MANN . . 604 l7i'z'i.vion Sf., Albion ALOIS L. MAR'r1NlaK . . . . 228 Smith Avo., Detroit ea Sigma Alpha lipsilon. -9 Al.lilll'ID C. MARWINSKE . . . . 211 South 7th St., Saginaw Saginaw Club: Varsity Glue Club. H . A '- 9 Wr:N111zr.r., E. MASON ..... 308 Grove St., Petoskey A. S. M. li. ' U RAYMOND J. MClEl.l-IANNLDN . 614 Md. Awe., l'V0.Y1ll1lgf0H,D. C. Cabinljl club. 177 - X WALDO MCC. McKEE . . 418 N. Grand Ave., Grand Rapids Kappa Sigma: GriFflnsg Toastmasters: Vulcansg Triangles: Member of Board oi' Control of Student Publications: Presi- dent C4Jg Class Pres. '18 'l6g Varsity Band: Chairman I-Hop '17. Russuu. S. MLTNl'1Il. . . 215 Shawnee St., Tecumseh QQ D. G. MCKliNZlli . . 524 Packard, Ami Arbor Q HAROLD J. M1'rcHm.l. ..... 157 North Street, Milan Phylon. 6 W. S'rAN1.1sv Moulsuouslc .... 9 Graaf St., Utica, N. Y. Manager Class Track Team C4J. JAMES C. MOIQISON . 188 S. McLean Blvd., Memphis, Tenn. CLARENCL: MOULTHROP ...... 1501 5th St., Bay City Psi Upsilon. FREDERICO L. Mouncmlzlz . . Bczmos Aires, Argentine 178 .XX 'X WILLIAM H. NAEGLY . . Port Allegany, Pa. l M. E. NAMPA . , Calunigf HAROLD GEMMELL NEELANS . . R. F. D. I-lasardville, Conn. Crafstmeng A. S. M. E.: Pres. New England Club C43. D EARL CHESTIQR Nm-'lf . . 210 N. Main St., Royal Oak JAMES F. NIEWELL ......... . Yale Vulcansp Baseball C13 C23 133. RUUOLPH 'CARL NYMAN .... 314 Sufollc Sl., lrouwood Monksg Tau Beta Pig Vulcansg Vice-Pres. A. S. M. E.: Class Football Manager 113g Class Basketball Manager Q13 Q23 C33 443i Class Football C235 Class Basketball Q13 Q23 Q33 Q43. A GEORGE E. OLl:s . . Harbor Beach J. V. OARIS . . . Aylmcr, Ont., Canada 179 X N. W. l',xQu1-:'r'1'1a . . 3930 Marllm SI., Toledo, 0, 1-'arzniciucu W. Pmtsoxs .... 300 Maple Aw., New York Delta Tau Delta: Pi Delta Epsilon: Vulcansg Trianglesg Managing Editor Michigan Tcchnicg Student Council 1429 Varsity Track Manager C4J. CLARK H. PASMURI-1 ......... . Muniflz American Institute nf Electrical linginccxs. FIQANK D. PHASE ..... 232 La Mullzv Amr., Detroit Theta Delta Chi: Class Secretary 133. .'N1mAs'n'.xs IJ. l'1-LLIIQAS . . . . . Kurylju, Uf'G1'fC 1 TTODGSON S. PIICHCIC . . 206 Raymond Aw., Bay City Q Louis A. Pl.A'I'll . . . . 236 Sl. Clair Ave., Dvlfvil Mtci-mist, Pl.Al"l' . . -1177 Ruxr llillfflw., Cincinnati, O. Zuta lit-ta Tau. 180 N wa CARL W. Polrrlcu ........ Clarendbn, Virginia Craftsmen: Qnarterdcck: Triangles: Cabinct Club CID QZJ 135 143: Michigan Technic flj 125. liuNlcs'r lf. l,U'l"l'ICR . 1832 Niagara Amr., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Tau Beta Pi. l.lCS'l'l'IR A. i,RIlPGl'ION ......... Muulgomvry Alpha Chi Sigma: Craftsmen Club. 4 LOUIS RAYMAN . . Bfllfllll Sf., Tolvdo, Ohio C MAX H. Rlmlczl-:lc ....... 204 N. 8111 St., Lan.ving --L - Trigon: Web and Flange: Football Manager 133: Union Opera CSD. Hum A. Iillfuxcu . . Roy:-rx City ICARL F. RlNllICLl'lARll'l' . . . S05 Talbol Sf., Lomlon, Ont. Sinfonia Fraternity: Canadian Club: Cosmopolitan Club: Choral Union. Louis B. Roc:m:lNs .... 10-I 16111 Aw., 1Vvzc'ark,.N. J. Newark New Jersey Club. 181 Allozbri 'rg ' Bw, WILLIAM ROMANOFF . . Toledo, Ohio JAMES H. ROUGH ..... 334 Mitchell Aw., Negaunce Acacia Fraternity. T. P. RUSSELL ..... 225 Terrace Ave., Grand Rapid.: Tau Beta Pig Treasurer, Student Branch American Society of Mechanical Engineers. WILFOIQD B. RUSSELL .... 332 Madison SI., Ann Arbor Web and Flange. HENRY M. SALISBURY . . . 79 Lathrop Ava., Battle Creek Craftsmen: Chemical Engineering Society. IIQWIN' T. SANISORN ..... 740 Virginia Ave., Detroit Sigma Phi Epsilong Choral Union: Union Opera Mig Spotlight Vaudeville 12? 145. NA'FHAN H. Scmaizmlzu . . 55 Colorado Ave., Highland Park Q Louis J. SCHINDLI-ZR . . 2616 Scottwood Ave., T0lCd0, 01150 Sigma Nu: Union Opera C33 C413 Chairman Musical Activities C435 Class Honor Committee MD: Varsity Mandolin Club 133. 182 HEiuw:R'r J. SCHLEE . . . 1038 Marlin Plaec,.Anu Arbor ..,... Sinfoniag Michigan Technic MJ: Glce Club Q22 Q35 Q4j, ERNEST B. SCHULZ . 1743 Holyoke Ave., East Cleveland, O. Kappa Sigma: Quarterdeck. FuANz G. SCHWALEE . . 2120 La Grange St., Toledo, Ohio Monksg Tau Beta Pi: Vulcansg Triangles: Quarterdeckg Class Sophomore Prom. Committee: Chairman Picture Committee QZJ5 Secretary of American Society of Mechanical Engineers. FRED A. SIELKE ............. Hawks American Institute of Electrical Engineers. CLARENCE W. SHEA ...... 114 Tawar St., Alpena American Institute of Electrical Engineers: Class Football Mjg Varsity Band 125. 0 -" W11.LAnn F. ISHEwum . . St. Clair DEMETRIUS S. SHIEROTSKY . . . . . . . . Posdioch -- Cosmopolitan Club: Mandolin Club. 4 0 JEROME H. SHERZER . . 9 Summit St., Ypsilanti 183 LEONARD G. SHIRK . . 541 Elisabeth St., Ann Arbor CLAYTON S. SHOEMAKICR i. . 302 W. Water Stfi Elmira, N. Y. Theta Delta Chip Michigamua: Mimesg Trianges: Manager Basketball Team: Vice-President Engineers Miciigan Uniong General Chairman Union Membership Campaigri C335 Chair- man Ticket Sales Spotlight Vaudeville C339 Assistant Stage Manager Union Opera CD. Q JOHN F. SILHAVY ...... 616 Walnut St., Saginaw Saginaw Club: University Symphony Orchestra. LAWRENCE B. Suvts . . 214 33d SI., Newport News, Virginia ,,, Chi Omega Sorority: Iota Sigma Pig Secretary Class C23 1335 T-Square Society. I-loWARn W. St.Ac1c .... 409 S. Blatrkxlomf Sl., .loclnron Craftsmen. JACKSON W. SMART . . 1411 Hyde Park Blvd., Chicago, Ill. Psi Upsilong Illinois Club: Business Staff Michigan Daily . C21 135. HICLIEN A. SMITH . ..... 755 25111 St., Dvtroit T-Square. HARRY G. SPARKS ...... 4.16 Second Sl., Jackson up 'Kappa Sigma: Vulcans: Varsity Cheer Leader C455 Union Opera Committee C335 Chairman Class Invitation Committee: 1 - Varsity Glee Club 623. 184. X1 CL11-1-'olw L. S'rANLlsv ...... Porlagc, II-"a.vl:1'uglon Quarrcrdcck. CLARIQNCIQ A. S'r12MMlcu . . . 722 Roberts St., Uiica, N. Y. -- Monks. . Ronmw L. S'ronuucR . ..... . Owosxo Zeta Psi: Triangles. NIICl.Vll.LI'I B. S'1'oU'r . . . I'lf'oodru15f Sl., Pillslmrglz, Pa. 'Theta Chi. - RAl.l'1-I Swu-"r . . 207 Algvr Aw., Dclroii . FRANK H. TAYLOR . .... 508 lilm. SI., Ann Arbor Tau Beta Pi. RAI..l'Il l3lcomuNs 'l'.xvl.0lc ..... l'a'z'ilInu, New York Lambda Chi Alpha: Round-Up Club: Business Manager Blackfly. Russ:-31.1. C. 'I'Avl,me . . New York City 185 N4 AIITHUR H. TESSIN . l 1:,.L,c1m,d Q ELTON S. TIIAYER . I M,'l,-Y, Branch I1I.x.IIQ fg .I A Q, ' 'X 0 EMERY T. Toocoon . . 1245 Terrace Aw., Grand Rapids -. Bon G. TOWNER ........ . Byron Centre 'XIX Acacia: Web and Flange. josIzPI-I VINCENT TRACY . . 10 Saunders St., Allston, Mass. Kappa Sigma: Vulcans: Triangles: Class Secretary 1255 Glee Club C25 13Jg J Hop Committeeg Chairman of Senior Souvenir Committee. WILLIAM Sco'r'I' Tnowunmcr: ..... Wa.rhington, D. C. Beta Theta Pi. CHA1n.I2s F. TURNER . . Litchfield, Ohio JOHN F. WALIQEII . . . 26 S. Forest Ave., Youngstown, O. Web and Flangeg Youngstown Club: Track Teamg Glee Club CZJ 133 C433 Red Feather. 186 OAKLEY Cu'rL12R WA1.i41cn . 12 Westland' Sl., Worccslvr, Ma.v.r.' Sigma Alpha Epsilon. FHRN P. WALTER . . . 1210 Washtenaw Ave., Ami Arbor Class Baseball QU. A ' Amman B. WAREHAM .... 132 Calmncl St., Laurium American Institute of .Electrical Engineers: Copper Country Club. EARL R. Wlzlzmzn . .... 35 Quimby St., Grand Rapids Web and Flange. W. H. VVELCH, JR., ..... . . 610 Main St., Romeo ' Acacia: Craftsmen Club. E. S. VVIELLOCK . . . . . . . . . . Harbor Beach American Society of Mechanical Engineers: Craftsmen Club. 0 PAUL LYMAN W12L'roN . . . 419 N, Ingalls Sl., Ann Arbor Quarterdeckg American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Q 7 W. F. Wirrmomc. . . . . . . . . . . Jonewille American. Institute of Electrical Engineers. 187 9 Joi-IN H. WHl'FNEY ...... R. R. 2, Mount Clemens Beta Phig American Institute of Electrical Engineersg Mount, Clemens Club. RX HARRY T. VVINSEMIUS .' . . 722 Paris Aw., Grand Rapids Varsity Band C25 C35 445. DONALD D. WRIGHT ...... . La-.vlie ff Alpha Chi Sigma. SHINJ1 YONEMOTO ..... Stczfeston, British Colombia Adelphi: American Societyhof Electrical Engineersg Nippon Club. 188 , e 189 7. 'G r 1 '190 191 L J K W 192 I 'N I 93 or .3 194 195 , 196 Emil liars!! Elin 1gumu1!rr1l'nuI1 Lumn1rn'n'1Ksu1Ii1unu mf' Mmm aumllyilmmrnnumnuit lfmm' mrhnumuutinnxu. muh him pru- fmmimnn. num' Enrrmrrmltn' nmnnrr mwrilmnu m11HH11n' RHIMTI 59lU'Jt1cHpmmnuwnunmunu in Illhrnfrmmr Emil Enrrly. 197 1920 Architects WIFNER SCIIMITZ SOMI'I'l WONG 1920 Architectural Ofiicers H. D. SCI-lMt'rz . SAM G. VVIENER . JOHN E. Somvvr . S. Q. WoNc . Advisory H. J. BISREE JOHN PAGE I. Gonrrmn . . Q . . . . - . . - COMMl7'7'EliS I-Hop L. SCHOTT l99 . . . President . Vice-President . . Secretary . Treasurer Sllfillf ,l. L. Ewmzrs J. ZIMMERMAN AD. L. HALPER Architectural Seniors Llssrlsu A. Amar. . . . 6114 Stony Island Awe., Cflzicngo, Ill. Phi Sigma Delta: Upper Peninsula Clubg Qlunior 'I-lop Cum- mittee CD. PAUL O. DAVIS ....... Santa Anna, California Kappa Beta Psi: Tau Sigma Deltag Class Secretary CU: President C233 Treasurer Student Council 135. GRAYSON W. Glu. . ....... Oak I-larlmr, Ohio Student Councilg Craftsmen. MAUIQICFZ E. HAMMOND . . .1 . 18 Lexington Pl., Ponfim' Alpha Rho Chi: Round-Up Club: Class Prcsiclcnt C233 Class Basketball 125. Mlcnma N. Honmzs ....... . Dryden Craftsmen Club. CLARIQNCIQ EDWARD Hoxrrox . . 218 Helen St., Flint 199 Architectural Seniors ARTHUR CLARK IRVIN . .... . Mt. Morris, Ill. Alpha Rho Chi. EMIL G. jrsnuc ...... 390 Woorthncrv Aw., Detroit Beta Phi: Tau Sigma Delta. SAMUEL Povxms . ...... 310 Kirby West, Detroit. A Beta Phi: Class Vice-President 1333 Sergeant-at-Arms 125. . SM HERBERT D. ScHM1'rz ..... 427 Thomson, Ann Arbor QV' Alpha Rho Chig Class President 143 'Treasurer 123. ' it 1 0l'l'l ALnr:R'r E. SCHOERGER 218 W. Second St., Fort Clinton, Ohio Gu.ulaR'1' PHQRSON SCHAFER . . 516 W. Market St.,Lima, Ohio Alpha Delta Phi: Michigamua: Griffins: Toastmastersg Record- ing Secretary of Union 143. JOHN E. SOMPPI . . . 127 E. Sutherland Ave., Ironwood Tau Sigma Delta: Class Secretary 1435 Historian 143. 200 Architectural Seniors ORRIN F. STONE ....... 23 James St., Pontiac Alpha Rho Chig Tau Sigma Delta: Class Treasurer 143. A. RANDALL WAGNIQR ......... . . Colon Theta Chig Varsity Band 125 C35 C435 Union Opera CSD. RICHARD WooLslcv WARE . 214 Warren Ave., Grand Rapids Alpha Rho Chi: Sergeant-at-Arms GD. SAMUEL J. VVIICNICR . . . 726 Christian St., Shreveport, La. Zeta Beta- Tau. S. Q. WONG .... . ...... Canton, China Cosmopolitan Clubg Class Sergeant-at-Arms 141. BERTHA L. YEREX . . . 711 Catherine St., Ann Arbor T-Square. 201 .r - -l""?'L Wllllll' mlm Qs W0 iq fl l 1 -r 1 Q .A The Medical School CoI.oN1sL Vicrou C. VAUGIIAN, M.C.U.S.A., MD., PILD., LLD., DEAN I-Ill Medical School was the first professional school established in the University. Provision was made for it in the legislative act of 1837 by which the University was organized. lt opened for students in 1850 I lt' . . . . .. - n 810 the tum of study was extended to four years of nine months each. Clinical instruction and laboratory work in Chemistry, both organic and physio- logical, was provided from the beginning. In 1870, however, greater need for l I . ' .-. ..' 1 , ' aioiatory mstiuetion became apparent, and resulted in the establishment of the Laboratory of 'I listology in 1872. The Laboratory of Pharmocology was estab- lished in the same year. 'Ifhese were follo K l l l 1 L I wer my tic aboratories of Physiology in 1884, of Hygiene in 1888, and of Clinical Medicine in 1891. ln 1869, the University llospital was established, and has grown from a small beginning. when it accommodated about ei ht Jatii tx t z lz ' 1 " ' A' ' ' ' g yl tn s, o 1 nge hospital which takes caie of four hundred and fifty. ln addition to the general hospital, there is a Psychopathic unit which accommodates sixty patients. In 1890, a combined curriculum covering six years of work was introduced. Tl . 1 1 . . . 1 1. .. ns course carried with it the giantmg of two degrees, BS. and MD. The curriculum has proved very satisfactory. and the school now has a similar arrangement with several colleges in the state, so that students who desire to take tl . 1 1 . . 1 1 1 . ien prchmmaiy woilt in one of the smaller colleges have the same opportunit s C sl y' of securing two degrees. In such cases, the college in which the preliminary work is done grants the literary degree. The last legislature made a generous appropriation for a new hospital, contract for which has been let. lt will accommodate 800 additional patients and will provide abundant facilities for diagnostic and laboratory work. livery patient in the hospital may be used for teaching purposes and when the new hospital is com l t l ' ' A A ' ' ' United States. pe ec, it will bc the largest teaching hospital in the 202 Qfgruuus 05. Ilqarrlilrg cw :LnnlipnuN,na, 'IRQ-NK' fmunumnvf vwwmmul Mamma wrmn.m3Ifi1z.l1lq13 iwriumzww dm AQEIRUFHHIRYUAL m ltllym 1l"3wji'1'iUr :WahlMynmunumnrmgnm. 203 Medical Seniors CLEARY STEVENSON KERVIN l'Al.MA SMITH 1920 Medical Ofiicers josiavn A. KERVIN ...,...... . . President R. M. CLIEARY . . . Vice-'President MARION S1'1:vizNsoN . . Secretary H. W. SMITH . . . Treasurer 204 1920 Medical Committees , X A 'x . MERRILL MC CUTCIIEON 0'DONNEL IRELAND STI NSON SCHUSTER BROWN Honor CARLON R. HILLS, Chairman ROIIERT E. ANSLOW MELVIN J. BUDGE XDONALD F. KUDNER CHARLES R. SMITH Invitation FRED J. SCHUSTER, Chairman HOWARD F. ROWLEY CHARLES N. WELLER Social LINUS J. FOSTER, Chairman JOHN L. GARVEY GEORGE C. ADIE HARRY M. NELSON Reception ' PAUL M. IRELAND, Chairman DONALD F. KUDNER THEODORE W. ADAMS ALFRED W. CoxON Banquet SORHRONOUS MCCUTCII ICON, CII. GEORGE F. MOORE RUDOLPI-I W. STREAT LEO J. GOULET Finance WILLIAM S. O'DONNELL, Ch. HUGH R. MOORE FRED W. ANDREAS FRED W. GOUNDRY v."'i, Memorial WILLIAM D. STINSON, Chair. NORMAN F. MILLER WARD M. HARRYMAN LAWRENCE W. HAYES Cap and Gown JAMES S. IQLUMPJ Chairman RUSSELL J. COLLER ARTHUR E. CONE Picture GEORGE M. BROWN, 205 Chairman L KLUMPP FINCH MARCUS DONALD J. BARNES CLARENCE A. KRETZSCHMAR RALPH E. BOICE. Class Day SARAH MARCUS, Chairman CECIL A. KINGMAN SAMUEL J. RUBLEY LI.oYD HART Cane FORREST MERRIIAY. FITZGERALD H. CLARK EDWARD O. LEAHY CARL YEISLEY Auditing RUSSELL L. FINCH HAZEN L. MILLER JACOB MANTING HAROLD G. WALLER Class History JOSEPH PALMA, Chairman FREDERICK H. BUSBY .SAI WX Medical Seniors T1-uzonoun W. ADAMS ..... 1421 Hill SI., Ann. Arbor Alpha Delta Phi. Giaoimlc C. Amie .... 57 lfranlelin St., Barre, Vermont Phi Kappa Sigma: Nu Sigma Nu. Flllill W. ANUREAS . . . 1051 East 98th St., Cleveland Ohio Alpha Kappa Kappa: Class Football CID. Rourzm' E. ANsl.ow ....,. . Ionia Phi Rho Sigma. DoN j. BARNES ........... Ann Arbor Phi Sigma Kappa: Alpha Kappa Kappa. RtcHAnn D. HAv1.1aY .......... Marcellus " RALPH Home . . . 2460 lllaplcwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio Phi Beta Pig Alpha Omega Alpha. Glaolzulc MAXWIQLI. BROWN ......... Dverfield Craftsmen Clubg Kalamazoo Normal Club. 206 xl Medical Seniors M1-:l.vIN ,l. BUITGIQ . . 544 lilisalwtlr, Ann Arburbq l71'l'zm:lclmLn 1-I. CLARK 513 l'l'. Tlzird Sl., fdlllt'.S'f0'ZK'll, N. Y. Phi Rho Sigma Rolxlcm' M. CI.IcARY . . 176 N. 'l'1'mlsi1 SI., I,ovkporl, JY. l'. Phi Rho Sigma: Owlsg Class Vic'u-Presiclent C4J: Class Foot- ball Managcr f2Jg Class Football 423. ,lol-1N l'l'llWARlD CUHAN1-Z . . . 3597 Clflt'l'l'j' 1.c1':c'l1, Dvlroil Phi Chi. Russian. I. C0l.l.l'IR . . . . . Viukxlzzu-g Phi Chi. .... :XR'1'lllf1: E. Cowl-1 . . 1604 C'oIli11g'zuuorI flw.. 'l'0Ivrln, Ohio A. W. Coxox ..... 50 S. 25th Sl., l'ilt.i-luwyli, Pa. Phi lleta Pi: Cl'IlflSll1l'l1 Cluli. Fimrm Cl'R'l'lS ...... S05 N. Slalw SI., Big Rapids Alpha Kappa Kappa: Craftsmen Club. 207 X ,. Medical Seniors ISLA G. Dr: Puma .......... Grand Rapids Alpha Epsilon Iotag Class Vice-President 123. Russtzu. L. FINCH . . .... . Marquette Phi Rho Sigma. EVA M. Lonnwvcx FINN ..... . Detroit Alpha Epsilon Iota. LINUS J. Fos'rER ..... 1331 Washtenaw, Ann Arbor Phi Chi: Round-Up Club: Honor Committee 125: Social Com- mittee C433 Class Football QU CD. 1 joHN L. GARVEY ......... Iron Mountain Phi Sigma Kappa: Alpha Kappa Kappa. Luo J. GoUl.Ia'r . - Kawkawlin F. W. GOUNDRY ......... Chateaugay. N- Y- Giee Club Q23 C32 VVARD W. i'iARRYMAN. . . . . . . . -07110550 Beta Theta Pi: Nu Sigma NU' 208 -Medical Seniors L,OMM0llORli LLOYD HAil'l' . . Kokunm, Ind. RALPH linNlas'r I'IAWl.lCY . . . 502 li.v.rc.v St., Lynn, Maxx. Classical Club: New England Club: Fencing Club. LAURENCIE W. Hfwias . . . 1343 Pa-wry Aw., Grand Rnpidx X CARLOW R. HILLS .... 1128 Walnut SL, Bvrleelvy, Cal. Sigma Chi: Phi Chi. PAUL M. IRELAND ........ Washington, D. C. ' Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Alpha Kappa Kappa: Phi Sigma: Galcns: Cabinet Club. JOHN T. KAYIQ . . 629 High Sf., Marqzwllv JOSl'Il'll A. Kxcuvm ......... ls'radfo1'd, Pa. Class President C53 165. CECIL A. KINGMAN ........ . Forrst, Ohio 209 X Medical Seniors Auausrus Kmcx-man ...... 877 14th Ave., Detroit Alpha Omega Alpha: Phi Sigma. JAMES S. Kl.Uh1l'P ..... 1015 Lapeer Ave., Saginaw Galensg Saginaw Club: Class Treasurer 137: Athletic Man- ager 1495 Class Football C425 Manager Varsity Band 00. CLARENCE A. KRETZSCHMAR 348 E. Grand Boulevard, Detroit Alpha Omega Alpha: Picture Committee. DoNA1.u KUDNEII . ........... Lapeer Sinfonia: Nu Sigma Nu: Alpha Omega Alpha: Galena. H. M. KYPRIANIDI-:s . . Ann Arbor O. LEAHY . . Liberty Center, Ohio GORDON T. MACPHEIISON . . R94 "' Granite St., Butte, Mont. Alpha Kappa Kappa. ' VN S. A. MCCU'FCl'lli0N' ......... Bradford, Pa. Phi Chi: Galens: Class Treasurer CID. 210 v Medical Seniors JACOB MANTINGH .......... Grand Haven Phi Chi: Knickerbocker Club. SARAH MAIQCUS .... 9804 Adams St., Cleveland, Ohio Phi Beta Kappa, Western Reserve University: Secretary Class 113: Chairman Class Day Committee 145: Pathology Staff 123. PHIL L. MARSH ...... 774 W. Main St., Jackson Alpha Kappa Kappa. -r' L. JACK MIEPILMAN , . . 829 Greenwood' Ave., Toledo, Ohio E. FORREST MIERIIILL .... . 303 Mi.v.vis.vippi, Joliet, Ill. Phi Beta Pig Monks: Varsity Band. HAZEN L. Mll.LEli . . 108 California Ave., Highland Park Phi Beta Pi. NORMAN F. MILLER. . . . . . . . .Iron Mountain Hera Theta Pi: Alpha Kappa Kappag Alpha Omega Alpha: V Phi Sigma: Class.President C2bg Pathology Staff 123. 'yg WILLIAM JEAN MOERDYK ....... . .Zeeland Knickerbocker Club: Volunteer Band. 211 X- 'xi' Medical Seniors GEORGE F. MOORIi ..... 406 N. School St., Normal, Ill. Phi Rho Sigma: Alpha Omega Alpha: Galen. H. R. Moomc ..,....... . . Union Oily Sigma Chip Phi Chi: Galen: Class Secretary 121. GENTOK NAKM . . . . Osaka, Japan I-LARRY M. N1aLsoN . . . Kaur. Pvmm. ALFRED BENJAMIN NliSLl'IR . . .170 Madi.m11 St.. Dubuque, Ia. Alpha Kappa Kappa. HOPE H. NICHOSON ....... . Luther Alpha Epsilon Iota. WILLIAM S. O'DONNELL . . . 805 Trumbull Ave., Detroit Nu Sigma Nu. JOSEPH PALMA ..... 214 Perrin Aw., Lafayette, Imi- Kappa Sigma: Nu Sigma Nu: Alpha Omega Alpha. 212 Medical Seniors Louis L. ROSIQNIIICRG . . 2012 N. 12111 St., Toledo, Ohio HOWARD H. Rowuzy . . . 69 Quincy St., Rochester, N. Y. Phi Rho Sigma: Rochester Club: Varsity basketball 131: Class basketball 143. SAMUEL j. Runuzv .......... Arm Arbor Craftsmen Clubg Varsity Band CU Q25 C35 149. NATHAN l.. SALQN . . 1212 Broadway St., Fort Wayne, Ind. Zeta Beta Tau. FRED JOHN Scuusrmz . . . 3400 Mapledale, Cleveland, Ohio Craftsmen Club. BENJAMIN SH.l.AlN . . 85 E. Warren Ave., Detroit ' EMORY WA1.'ricu Simi ......... Ann Arbor Phi Chi: Sigma Xi: Phi Sigmag Junior Research Club: Amer. Assoc. Adv. Science: Acolytesg Class President QU. CHARLES R. Smrrn .- ..... 408 Mill St., Coropolis Phi Beta Pi: Craftsmen Clubg Class President 121. 213 Medical Seniors HAROLD W. SMITH ......... Campbell, N. J. Phi Beta Pig Galcnsg Class treasurer. ALLEN C. STARRY . . . Walla Walla, Washington MARION STEVENSON ..... 105 Balch Sl., Akron, Ohio Alpha Sigma Iota: Class vice-president C239 secretary 443. WILLIAM DAVID S1'INsoN ..... . Mt. Vernon, Ind. Phi Beta Pi. EMII. ALFRED STOLLER . . Bremen, Ind. RIIUDOLPH W. STREAT ...... 220 E. 8th St., Flint Nu Sigma Nu. HENRY TAKACS . . 603 E. Hnron St., Ann Arbor . lf- ME-IUNG TING .......... Shanghai, China Cosmopolitan Club. ,- ' I In mm 214 X , Medical Seniors HAROLD G. WALLER ....... Little Valley, N. Y. Phi Sigma Kappag Alpha Kappa Kappa: Alpha Omega Alpha. Cl-iARl.I'IS NEIL VVIQLLHR ...... '. . . . Ithaca Phi Beta Pig Alpha Omega Alpha: Phi Sigma. MAX WERSI-row ...... 400 S. Penn Ave., Lansing Zeta Beta Taug Phi Chi: Phi Sigma. CARL J. Ymsmzv . ' . 608 E. First St., Port Clinton, O AI 215 216 217 1 The Law School lellamw M. liixrlas, l'1I.Il., Ll..li., lJ1f1.xN HIS School was provided for in the Organic Act of March 1859. lt was opened October 8, and included three professorships, which were later styled the Marshall, Kent, and jay chairs. james V. Campbell, Charles Walker, and Thomas M. Cooley were elected to hll these chairs, with Professor Campbell as Dean. The first class was graduated 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, which was reconstructed and greatly en- larged in 1893. Again, in 1898, it was practically demolished and rebuilt as it now stands. A fourth professorship, established in 1876, and named for Honorable Richard Fletcher, of lioston, was first filled by Ashley Palmer. The fifth chair was the Tappan professorship established in 1879, filled by Alpheus Felch. In 1871, Professor Cooley became Dean of the School. 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. ln 1884, the terms were lengthened to nine months each, and in 1895 a Court was established. In 1912, the entrance requirements were increased to include at least one year's college work, and an optional fourth year was added to the law course. Beginning with the academic year of 1915-16, the entrance requirements were increased to include at least two years of college work. The School now confers three degrees, Bachelor of Laws fLL.B.j, which is the usual first degreeg Master of Laws CLL.M.j, conferred upon law school graduates who have completed a year of graduate law study, and juris.Doctor U.D.j, conferred upon holders of the degree of A.B. who have completed the three year law course with exceptionally high scholarship. 218 fjuhgc 'glllirinr 3521112 Elin Ilhm' "QUJhrrrIFmr1I fI1RSmnu1IIln'nnuunu" mlhmwm EKIVLHKLYIEYIIPIF :umm lmmuixnung lpzunnm Ihnrmnu mun- rxmrmwlln' mum mmm iuunppimmzxmikimmu fm itkplrm' guxrmrra, mmm' mmtrlfuullqy mnuh mlfltlrrriimunu- znkrrlg hmhimrznilnv Mym arnmimrr llmm mmrlrimnu mf tllpm MIM! Mimkpigumnirnuaimnu. 219 Senior Laws f Mosmn xmwmrru bf Awrnuws li, li. MA'rH1:ws . Hormca S. HAwma'ru R. F. MERNER . . DUKIV: W. TJUNBAR . 1920 Law Oficers 220 MERNER . President Vice--President . Secretary Treasurer Senior Laws POLLDCK RUPI' STRUCKMAN LARKE LAMBERT PATTERSON ' TOOIIY DUNHAR 1920 Law Committees COMMITTEES Social Clam Day Exercises C. K. PA'I"l'liRSON, Chairman S. N. W. WASSMAN A C. C. ANIJRICWS L. S. SHAR'I'IiI. l11t"ilaI1'on L. G. W. STRUCKMAN, Clmirman A H. T. BAssla'r'r B. T. Hunwrrz C. Publication L. L. G. RUPP, Chairmzm R. F. MA'r'r1-mws D Editor.: of C'rca.s'c Paper n A. S. BUZBICIZ, Chairman if", R D. T. Mosmn 221 A. LAMma1e'r, Chairman E. TANNEI! O. '1'1zI.1flsR Cane D. LARKI2, Chairman F. PALEY M cmorial M. TOOHY, Chairman KAWIN Finance W. DUNBAR H, S. iHAWOR'l'H F. MERNER Senior Laws CHARLES CECIL ANDREWS . . -. 731 Haven Ave., Ann Arbor Phi Delta Phi: Trigon. l'lARRY E. BARNARD . . Denver, Colorado HAIIVEY T. BASSETT ...... 153 Alger Ave., Detroit V Delta Chi. N ELMORIC J. BLACKERT .... Royal St., Jackson, Tenn. Student Council. HUGO E. BRAUN . . . 1219 N. Michigan Ave., Saginaw Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Phi Delta Phi: Barristers: Archons: Griffins: Mimes. RAY H. BRIGGS . ...... . Clinton, Ind. Hhi Alpha Delta. RAYMOND A. BUTLER .... 155 W. Grand Ave., Detroit Delta Theta Phi: Barristers. ' RONALD A. BUTLER .... 1010 Monroe St., Ann Arbor Theta Delta Chi: Phi Alpha Delta: Phi Beta Kappa: Woolsack: Archons. 1 222 ,f 'L ff ALVIN S. Buznian .... 2426 Broadway, Little Rock, Ark. " Senior Laws Delta Theta Phi: Barristersg Archons. Mouse D. CAMPBELL .... 606 W. Midland St., Bay City Delta Theta Phi: Woolsack: Michigan Law Review: Archons: ' Class Vice-President 113. RAMON CAP1s'rRANo. . . . . . . . ROLLA L. CARPENTER Alpha PAUL E. Theta cation Opera . Manila, P. I. Cosmopolitan Club. . . . . . 109 Seward Ave., Detroit Delta Phi: Phi Delta Phi. i CHoLLET'r12, JR. . . . 288 W. Euclid Ave., Det Chig Pi Delta Epsilong Michigan Daily C23 1353 Publi- Manager C335 Business Manager 153: Michigan Union Committee KZJ 1339 All-Fresh. Debating Team. ZZ.. roit X GLENN M. Couurnk ........ Clzittcnango, N. Y. PZ Theta Chi? Phi Delta Phi. SELDEN BENNn'r'rs DAUME. . . . . . . . .Calu Sigma Phi Epsilon: Delta Theta Phig Archonsg Glee Club CSD C6J: Michigan Union Opera f6j. met HENRY B. DAVIS . ' . 535 Fountain Sf., Grand Rapids 223 Q 'sz X Senior . Laws ROIIERT Goss DAY ...... 33 Rice Sf., Alliance, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilong Phi Delta Phig Woolaack: Michigan Law Review. HOWARD A. DUNNELLY .... 1648 Grand Blvd., Dclroil Phi Alpha Delta: Michigamuag Barristersg Sphinx: Archonsg Varsity Track C23 C315 Member of World's Record Relay Team 19l6: Captain Varsity Track 145. DUKE W. DUNnAR . .... 2867 Maine Sl., Quincy, Ill. Gamma Eta Gamma: Class Treasurer 145. R. GLEN DUNN ....... 824 Peck St., Muskegon Phi Alpha Delta: Griffmsg Barristers: Archonsg Varsity Foot- ball CZJ C435 Class Football 1113. Basketball 421. ROBERT H. DUNN .....,. 824 Peek St., Muxkegon ' Hhi Alpha Delta. HENIQY I. EAGER ......... Hopkinsville, Ky. Delta Theta Phig Michigan Law Review: Barristers: Wool- sackg Student Council. DOUGLAS S. E1.L1o'r'r . 117 N, Duluth Ave., Sioux Falls, S. Kappa Sigma: Phi Alpha Delta: Barristers: Archons. JOHN MAR'fIN ERWIN . . . . . . . . . Groton, S. D. Kappa Beta Psig Barristersg Archons. 224 - I XJ Senior Laws DoNA1.n A. FINKIIIHNER . . . . . Pcrrysburg, Ohio - Psi Upsilon. Roumvr EARL Fowucn 813 4th Aw. North, Great Falls, Mont. Sigma Phi Epsilon: Phi Alpha Delta: Archons. EDGAR GlaoRmaGo1e110N . . . . . . . . Temperance Delta 'l'au Dclta: Barristers. VVALLACIE C. HALL ........... Bad Am- Delta Theta Phi: Quadrangle: Craftsmen: Barristers. .- Iloim PEYTQN HAmv'roN 436 W. 12th St., Oklahoma City, Okla. -- Wuolsack: Archons. I'IORAClC S. HAwou'rH ....... High Point, N. C. Gamma Eta Gamma: Dixie Club: Class Vice-President 145. ORIS W. Hnnsiar. . .... . . . . Pratt, Kas. Sigma Delta Kappa. JOHN FRANCIS HICIGINSON . 146 Commonwvnltlz Ave., Detroit 225 71 Mi Senior Laws 71 J. F. HOUGlI'l'0N ...... . . . Petersburg, Ill. Phi Alpha Delta: Barristersg Archons. BERNARD T, HURWITZ ..... . Kansas City, Mo. Zeta Beta Tau. O 'FNEAL Dow IRELANIQ. . . . . . . .FIorence,Kansa.r Sigma Delta Kappa: Delta Sigma Rho: Kansas Club: Class Orator: Class Football 125: Glee Clubg Varsity Debating Team C17 123. SIDNEY JACKSON . . . . . . . . . .Ligonier,Imt. Assistant Cheer Leaderg Class Secretary 00. LOUISKAWIN. . . . . . . . . . . .AnnArbor Woolsackg Michigan Law Review. MILTON J. KEIEGAN . . . . . . . . . Alliance, Neb. Phi Delta Phi: Phi Alpha Tau. SAMUEL LELAND KENNEDY . . . . . Kimbolton, Ohio Alpha Nut Craftsmen. ' GEORGE HENRY KRETZSCHMAR . 348 East Boulevard, Detroit Delta Theta Phi: Michigan Law Review. 226 ly' ,V Senior Laws SELWYN A. LAMBER1' . . . 313 N. Van Buren Sl., Bay City Theta Chi: Phi Alpha Delta. LAURENCE D. LARKE . . . . . . . . . Rogers City Gamma Eta Gamma: Les Voyageurs. GEORGE F. Loan ..... 311 W. Loncks, Sheridan, Wyo. Western Club: Inlander Business Staff 125. EDWARD W. MAsslE. . . . . . . .Bessemer Gamma Eta Gamma. P 3 BEN B. MATHEWS . . . 422 Orange SI., Hot Springs, Ark. Phi Alpha Delta: Sigma Nu: Woolsack: Michigan Law Re- view: Barristers: Class President 145. Romani' F. MNr1'HEws ........ Shelbyville, Ky. Sigma Delta Kappa: Alpha Nu: Classical Club: Cooley Club: Delta Sigma Rho: Kentucky Club: Varsity Debater C25. ROLAND F. MERNER . . 910 Washington St., Cedar Falls, Ia. Barristers: Archons: Class Secretary 165: Varsity Band C35 Q45 'CSB C67- ALEXANUER S. Mt5N1'AGllI5 . . 645 W. Grand River, Howell Delta Theta Phi. 227 Senior Lawis Pla'r1cR NIlHlil.Cl'llCli . , Ca1,,,,,L,g D12 T1-IURSTON Mosnzu . . . .... Muskogee, Okla. Phi Kappa Sigmag Phi Alpha Delray Barristers. PERRY E. ORT . .... . .... Clzurubusco, Ind. Thi Alpha Delta: Arclmns AMOS F. PALEY . ..... 36 Edi.vouASt., Dubuque, Ia. Phi Alpha Delta: Barristersg Archonsg Class Football 00. CIARENCE K. 'PA'l"l'liRSON . . . 145 .S'.-Sngizlaw SI., 1'011fi0f Beta Theta Pi: Phi Della Pllig Barristers. THOMAS EARL PHILLIPS ........ Ralou, N. M. Woolsackg Class Football Q4J. LISLE Liao Pol.Loclc. . . . . . . . . . .Decatur Sigma Delta Kappa: Woolsackg Barristers. Anovsms H. REAGON , . . . 224 S. Thayer St., A1111 Arlmr Gamma Eta Gamma. . N 228 . X' Senior Laws LoUIs J. REISCII . . 321 W. I-lvrndon Sl., Springfield, Ill. Sigma Nu. I FRANK J. RILEY . ..... . Blimjield PlIi Delta Phi. JOHN C. RoIIIaR'I's . . . 716 Ohio Ave., East Sf. Louis, Ill. Phi Alpha Dcltag Barristers: Archonsg Varsity Football 125. J. ADRIAN RosI':NIIuRI: . . 1697 Francis Sr., .larksou LYMAN G. Rum' ....... . . lillislmz, Ohio Phylon: Woolsack. l'lAYhliN DWITIZ SIiII.xIfI-'NIcR. . . Falls Creek, Pu. l.lil.AND N. ScoFIIf:I.II , ........ Sterling, Colo. Phi. Dclta Theta: Phi Delta Phi. JESSE MOIIRISON SIQAIIRIGIII' . 4876 Je,1fTerson St., Bellaire, 01110 Kappa Sigmag Phi Delta Phi. 229 74 Senior Laws WILLIAM C. SEARL .... 406 E. Walker Sl., Sl. Johns Delta Theta Phi. S'ruA'l"1'oN SHARTEI. ......... Neosho, Mo. Sigma Chi: Phi Delta Phig Barristers. SAMUEL J. SLAVENS ........ Oak Hill, Ohio Delta Theta Phi: Pi Delta Ensilong Bari-isters: Archonsg -Editor and Manager Michigan Handbooks C29 C355 Student ouncil. CHARLES L, S'rRAUss ...... . . Saegerlown, Pa. Sigma Delta Kappa: Woolsackg Keystone Club. S GEORGE W. STRUCKMANN . . . . . . . . Berwyn, Ill Delta Theta Phig Barristersg Archons. ARVID B. TANNER .... 803 6th St., S. Moorhead, Minn Delta Theta Phi: Woolsackg Archonsg President Board of Editors, Michigan Law Review. CLARENCE J. TANNEHILI. . . 589 Forest Ave., Bellevue, Pa J LAUREs'roN O. TELFER .... 177 S. Vidal St., Sarnia, Ont. Phi Alpha Delta. 230 Senior Laws CLIFFORD MAli'l'lN Toonv . . . . . Leslie Sinfonia. SYl.VAS'l'liR R. UltI3ANSlil . . 307 Dexter St., Toledo, Ohio NORMAN WILLMM VVASSMAN ..... Bellaire, Ohio Theta Chi: Phi Alpha Delta. Ross F. WILIQINS . . 103 Bloomfield St., Dorchester, Mass. Sigma Delta Kappa. GEORGE W. WILLIAMS ........ Primghar, Ia. Phi Delta Theta: Phi Delta Phi. ROLLIN R. W1NsLow . . ....,... St. Joseph Alpha Delta Phi: Phi Delta Phi: Toastmastersg Owls: Bar- ristersg Archonsg Law Vice-President of Michigan Union. Josmu-I A. YAGER . . . . . . . . .Owen.wi1le, Ind. Gamma Eta Gamma. ARTHUR P. BOGUE .... 715 E. Catherine St., Ann Arbor Sigma Delta Kappag Class President C235 Class Football Team 1375 Member Cup Debate 19163 Treasurer Oratorical Association. 231 232 b 2 ,fi College of Dental Surgery MARCUS I.. NVARD, D.D.Sc:., DEAN HE first agitation for the creation of this department. came in 1865. In 1875, the Legislature appropriated 553,000 per year for a term of two years with which to establish a School of Dentistry in the University, 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 J. A. VVatling. 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 consist of three years of nine months each. The degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery has always been given. 4 The first accommodations were in the west ward of the old Homoeopathic Hospital building, then in the building now occupied by the Department of Civil Engineering. In 1891, at the completion of the new University Hospital, the Dental Society of the University of Michigan was organized. Tt assumed charge of the publishing 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 Library is located in the building containing 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 collection of the late Professor Ford and Dr. William Mitchell of London, England. The Museum has been named the Ford-Mitchell Museum. An optional four year course was offered in October 1916, and, beginning with the session of 1917-18, the four year course was made compulsory. 234 'Gln Cfflgalmers E. lilfguns Hmlhurn ligumilmn mu mnuumullvlm gmmmfiimwnu inn Him mmlfmminmnu, nuulhm inn mu nunullimrimu z1lIuui1fn'nu1I.mi1 inuugninwinwl mufrllym. annum zu Mnnwnrmllifr mmmnu nmzinrlip nm' Mpuimllnfrnmil imvsullzn, numv rhlmmrznnm Itlhnm nmrrlmmlnu :mf lrhfm JILEHELUI 1MlfrmHpm3uaunumnuzvi1annu. 235 1920 Dents WILLIAMS H. B. Hlxcmmx IJWIGH1' Gnovlalz O. C. XNILLIAMS H. S. PIORN . IIINCII MAN Il HN 1920 Dental OfHcers rimvlen . . . . . . . . . . President 236 Vice-President . . Secretary Treasurer WILLIAM S IIIRTJI HORN PORTER Rltlxl RT IFCII R VORVS MARTIN ' 1920 Dental Committees Am1o1mccn1vnt.r P. F. SRIGI-zl., Cll1li1'l112lll S. C. BROWN , C. C. l.A'1'12R Audiiing F. B. GRILI., Chnirmzm G. C. GLOVRR Mvfrzorial M. D. 1YIAR'I'lN, Cll2lil'l11I1l1 O. C. XMILLIAMS 'Hmiquvl J. M. PARSONS, Chairman XV. A. GORDON li. 12. CODY Clrrsx fIi.fl01'il'1H G. B. CHILI. 1 - Sofia! G. B. RIKER, Chairman I 1-I. '11 Mt-MANOR C. j. CLRMO 4 l'iclurv , . H. S. HORN, Chz1irm:111 O. H LURRI4: M. W. FROST . Financial O. C. NVILLMMS, Chuirmzuu li. R. IJRRVRA1-II. H. S. HORN Crum IT. P. PORTIQRI, ClHlil'l11I1ll I.. BRAUN O. D. DT. VAN Sczm1.Rwx'1: Cap and Gown H. C. v'0RYliS, Cl1:1i1'ma11 N. O. SCIIIQIULER Mrss M. DICIQIEIISON Dental Seniors Louis BRAUN . . . . . . . . Delrnil Delta Sigma Delta. STANLEY C. BROWN .... . . . . . . Ithaca Psi Omegag Class Vice-President 125. KEGHAM Q. CHUTJIAN . . Haistings, N. Y. CLARENCE J. CLEMO . . . . . . . Niagara Falls, N. Y. Xi Psi Phi: Union Vice-Presidentg Class Secretary 133. ERNEST E. Conv . . 711 Haven Ave., Ann Arbor Mrnmmn W. DICKERSON . . . R. F. D. 8, Delaware, Ohio ELM!-:R R.DRHvnA1-IL. . . . . . . . . .Manistique ' Delta Sigma Deltag Class President 115. M.W.FRos1'. . . . . . . . . . . .Muskegon Psi Omega: Class Secretary 1233 Class Vice-President 135. 238 BZ Dental Seniors JAMES D. GLERUM . . . 622 Hawthorne Sl., Grand Rapids Delta Sigma Delta. J. DWIGHT GLOVER .... . . . . . . . . Wayne Xi Psi Phig Class Vice-President Q4J. A. VVILLIAM GoRDoN . . . .... . Fenton Theta Chi: Psi Omega. HAROLD B. HINCHMAN . . . . . . . . Muskegon Psi Omega: Class President 442. Lnovu R. HIRTH . . . . . . . . . . . Chelsea X Psi Omegag Student Council 145. HERMAN S. HORN . . . . . . . . Bellefontaine, Ohiox Psi Omega: Theta Chig Class Treasurer 145. 239 Y , Dentaliv Seniors ARNOLD J. Lfxmm .... -... C anal F1lll01z,'Olzio Xi Psi Phig Class Treasurer C331 CURTIS C. LATER .......... Rigby, Idalzo Sigma Phi Epsilong Griffmsg Freshman Track: Varsity Track C235 Varsity Baskmball CSD. OSCAR H. Lumen . . . . . D1l7l10ll, Natal, South Africa Beta Phig South African Union. MAL1N D. MARTIN ...... . Powell, Pa. - Psi Omega. ' HARRY THOMAS McMAnoN . . . . Syracuse, N. Y. A Psi Omega. JonN C. Pormsu. . . . . . . . . Hugl1c.wilIc,Mo Xi Psi Phi: Class President 135. 240 Dental Seniors Greolzcm B. RIKER ......... Grand Rapids Phi Gamma Deltag Psi Omega: Dental Socivtyg Varsity Glee Club Q25 133. NICHOLAS O. SCHEIDLER . . . 722 Packard St., Ann Arbor Delta Sigma Deltag Varsity Baseball CSD: Class Football 1329 Class Basketball C-lj. PAUL F. SIEGEL .... 1583 Elbur Ave., Cluwflatzd, Ohio Psi Omegag Dental Societyg Class Treasurer 4255 Class Basket- bal CZJ. O. D. I. VAN SCHALKWYK . . . Trompsburg, South Africa H. C. Vokvs. . . . . . . . . . .Lanca.vler, Ohio Psi Omegag Round-Up Club. OMER C. W1l.L1AMs . . . . . . . . . Corumza Psi Omega: Class Secretary 145. 241 2 K 243 HAIZN College of Pharmacy lliaxlzv liR.XliMl'IR, l'n.D., Diaxx ,llli study of pharmacy was first begun in the University in 1868, when it was included as a department in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. The first degree was conferred a year later. Dr. Albert li. Prescott, America's foremost chemist, was entrusted with the department's organization and was its director during the period from 1868 to 1876. In 1876, the department was made a separate college in the University with Dr l'rescott as its Dean, in which capacity he continued to serve until his death in 1905. 'l'herefore, three-fourths of the life of the College was under the leadership of its brilliant founder. ,l-le recognized the importance of labora- tory training and from the very first required laboratory work every after- noon throughout the college year. ln this respect the College of l'harmacy of the tfniversity' of Michigan differed from all other colleges of pharmacy. For a period of three years, only one year's study was required for gradua- tion. Then the course was extended to two years, of two nine-months' terms. The original idea of the college was to prepare its students for pharmaceutical dispensing, but many of its graduates have found positions as chemists, while others have made a reputation as teachers and analytical chemists. In order to better equip its students, a four-year course was established in 1896, for which the degree of llachelor of Science in l'harmacy was given. ln 1913, the require- ments for the degree of l'harmaceutical Chemist was extended to three years. ln 1916, the two-year course leading to the degree of Graduate in Pharmacy was dropped and the conferring of said degree was discontinued after 1919. The entrance requirements have been the same as for the entrance to the College of Literature, Science, and Arts, that is, graduation from an approved high school or its equivalent. After Dean ,l'rescott's death in 1905, Dr. Julius O. Schlotterbeclc was chosen Dean. ln this capacity he served until his death in 1917. Dr.'A 13. Stevens next served as Dean from 1917 until 1919. Dr. Henry Kraemer, known internationally as the "1"ather of l'harmacognosy," was next elected to the leadership of the College of l'harmacy. 244 Ulu ,Blfrch glfreeman Q.3Iz1zIz EWHTHHUER' mlmmnnuunm. lfrirmnm, mum umllymlm, nunlhlncn annum' frllym unupxrmnum zmmrvi- IHUFI? Ummm' M11prPrr1r,1I1l1niu merr1Kiurnnu mf Mpm 115131211111 0HlEimHp1irgmnwnuuis1nu M mmmmtlfnulllgq imemnrxuilmh. Ginn Hmrmnw Rymiunu :umm 111111 Ilmmmr Ihrirnnu. muh lim him nunuitirnnmvkqg mmm, Wdimlllri- gunna Ilpms unumfmmmh Mlm llmw mf an lmgugumil mmnu. 4 245 r 1920 Pharmics IHLLIICR NVYMAN KlI!CIIfIliS5Nl'Zll IIELBIU l'Il'lC'I'T VIIYIR 1920 Pharmic OPEICCFS FRANIQ 1'flCI.BIG . ......... . Prcsirlcllt JAMES XVVMAN . Vice-'Prcsidcnt l7o17m:.xL I. I-Ill.I.ucR . . Sccrct:u'y N. IJ. M1r.1.1c1: . 246 'l'1'c:1su1'u1' -Pharmical Seniors lJOR0'l'I-IHA l.ot'isia l.lRls':'ot. . . '806 Packard Sl., Amt.Arbor Pi-t-scott Club: Class Sodial committee my on-R' Giee Club. ' ' Roi' H. CLARK . .' . . .' . ' . GlvJ1r0't'k,'ll"y0ming ' Phi Delta Chi. ' NORMAN C. FLIIEGEI. . . . . . . . . . . .S'cI2czc'aing Round-Up: Aristolochiteg Prescott Clubg Class Athletic Di- rector Qlbg Varsity Banfl'C2J 1312 WALjr12R N. FRANK . . . . I . '19 ,Trowbridge Ave., Drfrail Zeta. Beta Tau. FRANK J. Hicunc . . , . 550-.1 Vfilitfllfgllll Aw., Chivago, Ill. Phi Delta Chig Phi Lambda Upsilong Aristolocliite: Class President C31 443: Student Council 135 C455 I-Hop Com- mittee C31J5.Px'escott Club. DouGLAs J1'T"MliS I'llI.l.ll'IR . . . . . 611 .S'm-and Aw., Flint Rountlvlfpg Prescott Club: Representative Michiganensian: Class Secretary C-U: Varsity Randi Michigan Union Opera Orchestra. 247 '54 Pharmical Seniors HIIIETE IKEBE . .... '. . . . . Kuamoto, Japan I Prescott Clubp Aristolochite: Nippon Clubg Cosmopolitan Club. EUGENE L. JACKSON . . . . . 36 South St., Oberlin, Ohio Phi Delta Chi: Aristolochitcg Class President CSD. W. E. KIRCHGESSNER . 566 Lafayetlc Aw. S., Grand Rapidrif Alpha Chi Sigma: Aristolochiteg Prescott Clubg Varsity Base- ball CZDQ All Fresh Baseball. CHARLES VINCENT Knour . . . . . . . . Tifin, Ohio Alpha Tau Omega: Michigan Union Opera C333 Prescott Club. GEORGE LEE . . . . .. . . . .Honolulu, T. H. Prescott Club. NICHOLAS S. MILLER . . ..... Ronkonkona, N. Y Prescott Club: New England Club: Class Treasurer C33 GJ. 248 '54 Pharmical Seniors Hmwiw E. SAYLES . . . . . 91 Elmlmrst Ave., Delroit Craftsmen: Prescott Clubg Class Trackg Class Basketball. NELDA TAYLOR .... 1503 Jackson St., Pensacola, Fla. Alpha 'Chi Omegag Prescott Club: Class Secretary 133. Mhx H. VANN . . . . 207 S. Green St., Portsmouth, Va. Alpha Phi Alpha: Prescott Club. ' H. JAY THORBURN. . . . . . . . . . . .Mason Phi Delta Chi: University Symphony Orchestra QU: Varsity Band C23 1395 Michigan Union Opera C233 Prescott Club. JAMES A. WYMAN ......... Fonda, N. Y. Phi Delta Chi: Class Vice-President 1439 Prescott Club: Crafts- men. 249 250 V 251 .fx lllllitll? .10 Homoeopathic Medical School XVir.i:1f:R'r ll. l'lINSlD:XI.IiV, A.lXl., MJD., IJICAN I-Ili Homoeopathic Medical School was established as one of the depart- ments of the University in 1875, and affords all the advantages of a university school. lt aims to give to 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 l'Iomcx:opathic principle is an adequate and successful guide in the selections of medicines. The school places emphasis upon the objective or clinical methods of in- struction. Such methods can be carried out only in a properly equipped hospital under entire control of a staff of competent teachers and demonstrators. The lflomoeopathic University llospital is in the immediate vicinity of all University activities, being just across the street from the campus proper, and occupying a large space of ground so that its exposure to light and free atmosphere cannot be obstructed. The building, conceded to be one of the Finest structures of the entire Uni- versity, is always the scene of practical work, carried on both in the interest of instruction, and to provide those who are attracted to its service with the most careful and skillful attention. A children's building, with a capacity for 70 beds, was erected during the summer of 1918, as an annex to the main building. An- other feature of the l-lospital is a laboratory for pathogenetic experimental work. There are two nurses' homes in connection with the Hospital Training School, and some small structures to demonstrate the "open air" methods of treating tuberculosis. The School also has a fully equipped clinical laboratory in charge of a skillful director. The building for "lying-in" patients, likewise that serving for departmental offices, is separated from the main hospital. . 252 NL V Homoeopathic Seniors Mu.N1au S. BALLARD ..... 516 Walnut Sf., Ann Arbor X Alpha Sigma: Class Secretary C23 C331 Class Treasurer 145: Student Council Q4Jg Glec Club Llp L23 135. PAUL GLEN HANNA ......... Iowa Cify, Ia. Phi Alpha Gammag Class President MJ. KENNE'1'II T. KNODE . . 311 E. North Ave., Baltimore, Md. Pi Upsilon Rho: Michigamua: Grifiins: All-Fresh Baseballg Varsity Baseball: Varsity Footballg Class President CSD. Nmwizu. E. LAvi-:LY ......... NmLs OLSON Pi Upsilon Rho: Class President 00. X Bay City .......,...LakeMills,Ia. Phi Alpha Gamma: Class Treasurer CD. 253 Homoeopathic Nurses f ,lmx .Nl'rK1':x ..., VIS .Ywilzlnzr .fl-rv., Saul! Slv. Aluriv Iixauxlvla A. lil-:vmfm . . . .... 4-1Ilff7Ilfl'fll. L'ulz'f, l':'I'llI'Il, GRAY .... . . N. Nu. 3, llillxzlalf' Arm:-is HITl.I'l'I"I' .... . llurlmr .S4f7l'fllfj.Y lim' NIU.-ws . . ..... Hfllfilll llurlmr ll:-tl.:-Lx I'.xmu':u . . . .C'ulclQvr1l1'r n Y .rw l N' a , f ' I 1 t w V QW xml w-af-1-+ 5, 4- . J- M 1 .I ' QA' . If. x ' K . all , XA ' 1 X A rg. f 524.2f f ..q-,M I I V J. z 3. -R . 3 I1 , T -iixaf' '? fx . ,,, , V -w.M.,,,- 254 255 .n.n.n.A.n.n.n.a.A University of Michigan Training School for Nurses MARY NVI-1l.Cll, R. N., Superintendent ol' Nurses. The University of Michigan Training School lor 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 applicants with diplomas from a four-year high school, recognized by the Uni-- versity, or with an equivalent ol such instruction which in all instances is determined by the College ot Literat.ure, Science, and the Arts of the University. By lectures and demonstrations the hospital staff and other members of the medical faculty assist Miss NVelcl1, Superintendent of the Training School, and her corps of graduate assistant nurses in theoretical and practical trainingxlor the student nurses. The course of instruction. has been arranged to meet the requirements of the Michigan State Board of Registration ol Nurses and each nurse, upon graduation, takes the examination given hy the Board to become a registered nurse. The University Hospital offers unusual advantage for the education of nurses. Its size and scope make it unnecessary lor the students to go elsewhere lor any branch of hospital work. In the medical, surgical, gynecological, and obstetrical wards they receive systematic instruction in children's eye, ear, nose, and throat diseases. The operating rooms connected with the various departments of the Hospital also ol't'er a wide range for experience. The past year several changes have been brought about through the efforts of Miss NVelcl1, Dr. Parnell, and the student nurses themselves. The eight hour system has been established, a new five year cotu'se has been offered, three years ol which are to be spent in the University and two in the University Hospital, alter which the student nurse receives a B. S. degree together with the University Hospital Diploma. The nurses have established a Y. W. C. A. of their own, which serves as a branch of the University Y. W: C. A. Startingthc new year Student Government took its place amongthe other new improvements. 256 a URS jfllfurg fmufm Qlmelulg SUM qjmuitwhul augmg,1r1rm1riw,uMmnu num imrfmmlm ithswr Nnummu' vmrltmnu im mmm' Usnvlnunmh llmuiiwfrr, :nmnurrqu :ZMumuns,u kUIElI1M11rRy. 257 1920 Nurses 'lIll'w:I'if'N XYl'l!lH"NA SCIIUUNMAKICR LORD NHCVSMA SMITH 1920 N urses' Oflicers Hrmcl-1 W. VVUIHKICNA . ' . .' ...... . . President .'XI.IH'ZR'l'A Clmsr: . . . . Viccdlfrcsiclc-111 III-:r,lf:N SclmoNxl.-xlsncu . . . . Sbdy :md 'l'1'cns. lil.IZAllI'l'I'll P, Romxsox ....... Pres. ol' Stuclcnt Council 258 X v Senior Nurses MINNIE ANDERSON . . . 211 S. Mansfield, Ironwood FAITH ANGELI. . E . Harbor Springs HAZEL M. A'rwoon . . . Trempcaleau, Wis. BETTY BANKS I. 'I .... . Rockford, Ohio GI.AnYs BONNIQR . . . Jewell, Ia. -NIILDRED BROWN 4. . Monielona ALBERTA E. CHASE . . Elsie RUTH EAs'rl4:lu.Y . ..... . . Ithaca Y. w. c. A. 259 VI Senior Nurses Eusuz Mmm: Iimcu . . . 416 Ilu1npl1rr'3l,S't., Monroe Es'rHlaR FALL . . . 728 Arlamx St., Iron River VEIQA FRANKS . . . Ifowlerville I. E. HAGER ...... . . Crystal Ilalls NAN C. HALBERT .... 1201 Jefcrson St., Waco, Texas Collegiate Alumnae Association. AMANDA KELLER . ..... R. F. D. 10, Howell, Ind. NINA A. LA BARGE . . l .' . . Slandluh G1.Anys Tuonmz LEMON . . . Blue Island, Ill- 260 Senior Nurses 'NANCY LINDSTROM ........ . . . Marquette LUCILE F. Lolm . . . . Mirmeapolzk, Mina. MYRA MAllL.N'l"1' . . . . 543 Norman Sl., Lansing ANNE MC'CARN ...... . . . Allegan MARY E. MCCAli'l'l-lY .... 56 Sycamore St., Tijin, Ohio GENEVIEVE MCKEREGHAN . ' . . . . Ishpeming MYRTLE MISAIBON . ........ Howell EVA GRACE MILLER . . . 1147 Lincoln Pl., Boulder, Cola 261' Senior Nurses FREDERICA NIEUSMA . . . . 47 E. 14th St., Holland RosAMoNn Pimrfzarak .... 421 Douglas Aw., Iialamgggg Collegiate Alumnae Association. GF.u1'num: L. REIMANN . . . 216 Carnegiv Ave., Iron River HELEN Rom-:n'rsoN . . . 219 N. Mitchell St., Cadillac EL1zABm'x-I P. ROBINSON . . . Abbott Road, East Lansing HELEN SCHOONMAKEH . . . 323 South Ave., Toledo, Ohio KA'l'I:lLliEN S1-maLl.s . . Crystal Fall-S' Lmlx I.. SMITH . . 7 Sycamore St., Ashtabula, Ohio 262 Sd 4 Senior Nurses MAGNA C1fmlz'rA T1I.Lo'rsoN . . . 312 E. 12th St., Erie, Pa. Nlmzjolcus M. WATSON . . Parkersburg, Ia. BmzwlcraWr1l'r'rr:Moms . . . Ann Arbor CH1us'r1N12 C. VVo01.ru11G1: . . . . Pierport GRACE W. XNUBBIENA ....... . . Standish Class President C47. 263 W 264 265 n 266 . ff- X-V, .,'.. .. ,.,,k--. ,,,g: -, , , ,., ,. , ., ,. V ,,-, ,l - 'im,1f. ..., ,, 1 , 1. , -.. ...- .m.. .N..1L1.-.' . .... 1' .,, U ,,..f,,,' W 267 1 N 268 269 I 4 270 "f22, 1921 Literary Officers xi CI ARK JACOBS WEEKS BREWER AI uisivr C. JACOIIS . . President MAliGI7Elil'I'E CLARK . Vice-President FI rlI-IUOII BIIEWIQII . Treasurer HOWAIQII VVEICKS . Secretary L'0MMlT7'I5liS Social Finance CULAN Roiucic, Chairman KA'l'Iil NA Sc H IQIIM Ian HORN 1'IENRY W'III'I'ING ALIcIc BIQCKHAM DOIIOTHY IJUNLAP GRATTAN ROIIIIKI: FuANm'Ias MAIIIIQ -JACK GAIIIINIQII EI.I2ANoII SI'IcNcI3:II RICHAIIII Kl1llEN Audiling Lim XNOOIIIIIJFF, Chairman EI.IzAIIIa'I'II MIQNGIEL JOSEPH AVIQIIY GIIACI-: OI-II.IvIAcHIzIz VAI.nmIAI: VVATTS ELINOII LEONARD 272 Frrz HUGH Biuawmz, Chairman GLAIIYS RICINCKIC WILLIAM INGI-IAM BLIINICIQ: NlL'KliI.S AUL EATON D0llO'I'HY HISRIRMANN DONALD PORTER DONALD SHI5L'I'oN JOSIil'l'IlNI'Z MCGIIINIQAS AIICI-IIIIALII WENLEY Mmrzbvrslzifv HELIM HIII,IIIaII'r, Chairman CECELIA FOI-my HARCOlIIi'F JoHNs'I'oNs LOIS MAI-Ima JOIIN S'rnwAR'I' Es'rI-Inn HOI.I.ANDS JOHN HENRY 1921 Engineering Oflicers KENNEDY R. F. Gm NIILICY . L. A. GAINES . J. W. Klf:NNr:rn' . C. G. Wic'rzlc1. . GRINDLEY GAINES WETZEI. . . President Vice-President . . Secretary . Treasurer COMM! TTIEIZS Social D. A. I.oNc:1cN1zC1c12u, Chairman C. A. WIIIQELER M. M. Rxvmm R. P. DILLON ' Publicity M. M. MCGOWAN, Chairman R. O. Flsr-mu D. B. S1'1:A'r1'0N Finanrv F, R. STORRIQR, Chairman 2 73 VV. .ALTER .fx K. I'ilYN'l'ER Audiliug MACl.0U'rH, Chairman M. STEVENS G. MCNAMEE I-Hop P. IJILLON, Chairman B. MARSHALL H. RODERICK M. MCGOWAN 1921 Architectural OHicers KIDENEY J. W. K1.1:lzN1zv . H. H. BA'r'r1N . A. A. Romuan . VOYLR Ro1sl':R'1'soN BATTI N ROBFRTWON 274 ROEMER . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer 1921 Medical Officers MC CARTY MARINUS BAKER CARLTON I. MAIIINUS .. MARY BAKER . . CHARLES H. MCCAR1'Y . ALTON W. CoREv . . Committees Auditing CHARLES H. MCCAll'l'Y, Chairman EDWARD P. CATHCART XCALFRED D. RlJQEIllCM.NNNX Control . WILLIAM E. KIJICCPIICNMlClS'l'l'IR, Chuirmzm NoRMAN W. CLARK THOMAS W, DUREIN C. C. CHAMBERS HOWARD B. BARR1-:R ' ' 275 COREY . . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer Social , MARY BAKER, Chairman ATHOL B. THOMPSON HOWARD B. ME'rTI.E J-Hop THOMAS W. DURBIN Finance ALTON W. CORIZY, Chairman EUGENE A. OSIUS F. BURNELL WIGHT 1921 Law OHSICCTS WATTS DOYLI-T MATTERN THURMAN B. Dovma Lawns MATTIQRN . JOHN D, WA'l"rs . CLARIQNC15 PAGE . JOHN D. WA'l"l's . Auditing PAGF Jonwsou COMMITTEES W. R. O. Jo1rNsoN, Clmirman ARCH Llzvmn Sofia! JOHN IJ. WA'r'rs, Chairman BRUCE LORING 276 . . President Vice-President . . Secretary . . Treasurer J-Hop Representative P. J. POWER G. A. HENICK Finance Cr.A1ucNcra E. PAGE AR'rHu1z ZEIGLER 1921 Dental Oflicers WEISS G. G. MCNIGIIT . E. L. FORSYTHE . JULIA NORDSTROM . BENJAMIN Wmss . Social H. HICKS, Chairman QI, L. REED A. G. BOYNTON P. P. PAINE F. A. BUTLER MC KNIGHT FORSYTIIE NORDSTROM . President Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer COMMITTEES Finance CARL A. LUNU, Cwlmirman A. M. STRAUSS IQUTH CONWAY Athlfrlic H. G. I-TINc'RL1cY Auditing DOUGLAS M. TEAL, PHILIP CARROLL J. KUIVINRN ALEX Ruzwlcnc 277 Chairman 1921 Pharmic OHicers WATTS CLARI-:NCR J. LEMP CHESTER G. Fmss NELDA TAYLOR . E. C. WA1'rs . LEM P FIESS . . President . Vice-President . . Secretary Treasurer 278 1921 Homoeopathic OHicersxX FRENCH IIARPST Howmelm H. HARPST . . . . . President LEs'rr:R H. FRENCH .. Secretary :md Treasurer 279 r 1 280 0 281 l - 282 Y + 1 285 6 287 S 289 290 1922 Literary Offlcers EADES NAPHCI! I M IYRFIIISUN STONE NEWTON RHJ-IY RANUAIJ. Ml' HAHNICS CHAm.l'1s C. Ffxmcs . . . Prcsiclc-nl CAuo1.1Nr-3 NAPHQR . Vice-Pm-sidcnt CnAR1.1f:s MU1ccmsoN . . . Som-vim-y GI-zumsrz F. STONE . 'I'rcz1su1'cr COMMITTEES .qllffdl C. I.. PICARMAN MAYNARD NI'2W'l'0N, Clmairmzm CAROLINE I.lcoNAmm HUGH I-Irrctucocx RUTH M1l.r.s F. M. SMITH DAVID L. Bruins Finnnre A. H. RANllAI.l,, Ch nirman 292 I.mu':N Sl'1.l.lvAN Audiling XV. H. RILEY, ChZli1'l'l1Zlll C. A. I-lol-'1-'MAN C. H. Cnrrz Alhlvlie' joux M. IMRNIQS, Chairman 1922 Engineering Ofiicers FOX MAY IIARIIICCK X1 L CARmc 0l"l"lC,'liR.S' fXLFREll MAY . . . . . . President EUGICNI-I l'fARB!iClC . Vice-President EDMUND Fox . . . Sccrclzxry G. NV. MCCORIJIS . .... l 'l'1'ez1surc1 .S'm'illl DIAMHS IJ. Dow, C11 ALRRI-:n IE. EVANS I'IARRY PARSONS EDGAR FL1N'r1cR1vrA N EDGAR BRAIILEY IZMIQRSQN SWAR1' THOMAS BICLKNAI' MERCER PIAIHC Rom4:R'l' SMART VVARRIEN GILIZICRT HARRY XVA1-IA COMM! TTISILS' 1lil'.l'l1Zll1 A R'rH U R I J. S'l'AUIf'Fl'IR Publivily li. PARISH Lovlcjov, Clmirmzm C. M. QQRICICN ,lOSl'Il'l-I E. XVILLIA Ms lDl.S'C'll',l,lNli C'OI1lJlll7"l'1il5 Mlm-:s GRYLLS lx:-:1'r1-1 RANRIN ,l. A. Ruzrzs RVOIlIfIR'I' VA11. FRAN Ii Czvsz ' fXI.FRIiID NIFAY J. C. McCoNm.:-:ss 293 I 1922 Architectural Officers RINDGYC SLATICR ' SWANSON NV. K. RINIIGIE , . . President ROIJICRT SXVANSON . . Vice-President FRAZEUR Sr.A'rlcR . ..... Sccy. and Trcas. COMMITTlili.S' All1Ictic FRANK BEAUI.E, Chairman FRANK ANDREWS MORGAN IXLIIRICI-I 294 Social FREDRICK MKJIQSIE, Chairman CARL HURACH HIELIEN PIPP Ross BETTIENGER 1922 Medical Oflicers MC CURM ICK R. 'O. Rvvl-IIQNER . ISLA GQ IJIQPRHIQ '. . COLIN C. MCCORMICK . VVADIC MQ STONE . . I-Iouor I.. M. VVIIEIIER Flmvmzn NVISHROPI' RYCIIENIER STONE W I li Dli R COMMITTEES 295 President . Vice-President PAUL MOORE C. E. Sum Secretary Treasurer 1922 Dental Officers NAYLOR N XYI Oli J. fxliiiltfll-I Nfxvmle . Wll.l.l.vxM H. BROWN l'liTl'TRSUN IIHOXVN HARD IIIRLI NIINOV President . Vice-Prcsidcxlt l10R0'l'l'lY Hmm . . Secretary XlvAl.'I'liR AI. Pla'l'l-ZRSON . Tl'C1lSlll'Cl' CO1lfIMlTTl5li.S' fllhlclic Social XfVll.I'llI!D NV, NV11,soN, Clmuirmun F. Clecll. NAvl,mc, Chzmirmun ,fludiliny H. A. .Hlessu-1 F. Pucucra, Cllzxirmnn C. A. llvrzm' Ifizzalrvv F. IJ. LINMAN Cr..xmf:xcfr': liulcm., Chuirmzm N. W. CIIRISTY I' I I-ox 290 Tllllkl :faux I 1922 Homoeopathic Of'Hcers HOLMES lamu. I+. lLU'rz . JASON Il. Mmns . ,DAYTON T. PUI.lf0Rn Rov H, Holm:-is . LUTZ I' U I. F0 R D 297 NIEADS President Vice-President Scc1'cl:u'y T l'C2lSL1 rcr 298 1 W 299 1 300 4 1923 Literary Officers ROIlEl!'l' RICI-2 . . . MAIifilJliIil'l'lE MACIN'I'Ylil5 ELIZABE'l'H HUMIIHREYS CI-IARI.Es MCDIIIIEIIQ . . . President Vice-President . Sccrctdly Treasurer COMMITTEES FiIIa1Ire LAWRENCE W. SNICLI., JR., ChZlil'I1121l1 MAIKY IvEs MARGARET MACIN'!'YIiE CHARLES MCDUFIIIE ROIIERT RICE Sofial NVARD CANOVICR, C1Iai1'maII ROBERT GIBSON RICIIARII SWI-:E'I' OTTA DALI.Avo WILLIAM BOWEN GENEVIEVE Hovr HELEN FISHER II,I-:NI-1 FISIIER A N'I'0I NE'I"I'E SC I IA N'rz KIVIIIERINE GRI-NIILEY Auditing JACOII VANDEVISSE, Cluzirman VVARIJNICR TALMER GERRIT IJEIIMINIQ Advixory RoIIER'If RICE, Chairman MAIIGAIQET MCINTYRE EI,lZAl3E'1'H H'UMI'I-IREYS CI-IARI.Es MCDUEFIE JACOII VAN DEVISSE LAWRENCE W. SNELI. WARII CANOVER 1923 E11gi11CC1'iI1g Oflicers ADAMS MCFARLAND KOLD TI NNI NT GOICHIEI. DONALD T. MCFARLANU . . . President IQORMAN E. Kam: . . Vice-President PAUL G. GOIQISIZL . . Secretary FLOYD T. AIIAMS . . .... Treasurer COMMITTEES Snvzal Fizlanrc' FRANK TENNANT, Chairmzm L. W. IflLPA'l'RlC, Clmirmqn ARTHUR K1aLLoc:u Afhlvlic CHARLES E. Puocrrm Audiling G. D. TRAMP, Chililhlilll 303 E11wA1w K. PILCHI-IR, Chairman H. L, Coovlzu W. H. SCllNV.XR'I'Z 1923 Architectural Officers IIELLICR BENJAMIN PETICRSON QIII LIAIU' H. S'l'UUf2Il'I'0N BENJAMIN- . . . President HAliiJI.ll I'xa'rl21cS0N . . Vice-President ,'lCSSlE M. MCGILI. . . . Sccrctzwy CA'rH1cmN1-: I-I1cl.1.lcu . . . Treasurer VVALLACIC A. GILI. . ..... Scrgezmt-at-Arms - COMMITTEES Fizlawrc .S'm'ial BlcvHm.v FAIRCHILU, Clmirmzm .'XR'l'HlTR RUSSIQLI., Chairman HEI.EN L. KING llouowllv ,lows HAIIOLII LUN11 Au'1'Hun UUDMAN ' . 304 1923 Medical Officers .uh aa, .I-naw. ...I . - MORAN PIERCE GLEASON ROTTSCIIAFER JAMES M. PIERCE . . President N A. GI.EAs0N . Vice-President F T. MOIlAN . . . Treasurer MNliGAlilC'l' R0'l"l'SCHAFER .... . . Secretary COMMITTEES Honor S'l'liWAR'l' H. CRASSLAND GEORGE STIMSUN, Chairman F. N. KIMXiAI.I. NV. A. CORCORAN RU'rH P. S'r0NE - Fiuaure EVERETT JOHNSON, Chairman PAUL GARVICY VVILLIAM P. TJAVIS Social WALTER SIMPSON, Chairman LAWRENCE R. VAN NESS PAUL QUARRY 305 CHARLES E. FUTCH Auditing FRED T REIII. Chairman OLIVER K, MCADAMS PORTER A. HITCHCOCK Advisors JAMES M. PIERCE, Chairman N. A. GLEASON F. T. MOIXAN MARGARET Ro'I"rScHAFER JOHN SANDER RUDOLPH J, PRICE CECIL B. HERT 1922 Law Oflicers LANDIS JOHN C. CARY . IJAVID A. FORBES . DAVID B. LANDIS . EARL C. DUNN Social RIUIARD A. FORSYTI-JR, C1-mrs M. YOUNGJOHN GEORGE D. ANDERSON LEONARD I. BROOKS E. W. LOCRWOOO CAREY FORBES DUNN . . President . Vice-President . . Secretary . . . . . Treasurer COMMITTEES Auditing CllZliI'l112lll VV. A. ELDRIDGE, Cl1?1iI'f'l1Zll1 P. F. JONES A. D. MCDONALD F, M. THOMPSON, IR. I. IZ. SPIER 306 1923 Dental OfHcers COLLINS MAST MADDEN E. F. MAST . C. K. MADDEN . W. B. CUSHMAN . ROBERT COLLINS . Social C. K. MADDEN, Romsur GIBSON R. K. Oscoon I. J. TOLAN CUSHMAN COMMITTEES Chairman 307 . . President . Vice-President . . Secretary Treasurer F. S. CARTWRIGHT Finance L. F. Rr'rT12RsHoF1aR, VV. R. MCINNIS W. H. MCCRACKEN Chairman 1923 Pharmic Oflicers DANIELS WHITNEY ANDERSON HARVEY A. VVH1'rNEY . . HARRY FIERO . . TROY C. DANIELS . . HELEN M. ANDERSON . . .... COMMITTEES JOHN A. PALMER Social JOHN C. SEARLE, Chairman IRENE E. BAILEY 308 FIERO President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer 1923 Homoeopathic Officers BAUER 1 BUCKINGIIAM KOBER RUFFE HIfNliY BUCMNGHAM . . President LUCILLE RUFFE . . Vice-President EAARNEST W. BAU1-zu . Secretary PAUL M. Komiu . Treasurer 309 xl- 310 i 1 . Athletic Association Sll0I-IMAKER MITCIIELI. IIARTIELME SCOFIELD PARSONS FOIMHCS WATTS IXAIJI-I Pl-IILII' G. BAR'rm.Ml2 . ELMER D. Mrrcnicu. . LELAND N. SCOFIELD . CLAYTON S. S1-IOIQMAKER WILLIAM BAIJE . . . FREDERICK W. PARSONS . DAVID Forums . . . JOHN D. WA'r'rs . . 1919-1920 Officers . . . . . . Director of Outdoor Athletics . . Director of Intramural Athletics . . Football Manager . Basketball Manager . . Baseball Manager . . Track Manager Interscholastic Manager . Intramural Manager Board in Control of Athletics FACULTY MEMBERS RALPH W. Aiczman, Chairman Lewis M. GRAM WlI.i.lAM A. FRAYICR CHARLIQS S. BERRY .S'liCRl5TARV l'Hn.ll- G. BAR'l'Iil.Ml'I ALUMNI MEMBERS' .loim li. l'l'lHlSARll, Chicago, Illinois JAMES lhiififv, Bay City CllARl..l-IS B, IJIICIIARME, Detroit .S'7'I7l7l5N7' MEMl?I?R.S' FERDINANII C. BELL lJAvln Fokmis I-lialcxzi-:wr I.. Pm-P 311 312 1919 FOOTBALL SQVAD 1919 Varsity Football Squad FIELDING H. Yosr Coach ANGUS G. GoIa'rz . FIDLDINI: H. Yos'r . LELAND N. SCOFII-IL1! JOHN C. CARY . IELMDR CHESS . . WILLIAM R. CRUSH . VVARD CULVRR . . FRANK Czvsz . . R. GLENN DUNN . R. JDROMR DUNND . DONALD A. FINKBEINER WILLIAM P, FORTUNE GICIQALIJ W. FRo12MIua ANGUS G. Golvrz . JAMES V. HAIvIMm.s WILLIAM HENDERSON ICENNETH KNODD . ' ALVIN LoUcKs . . WILLARD L. PEACH . HAIi0LIJ RYE . . CLIFFORD M. SPARKS ARCIIIIQ B. VVESTON HUGH WILSON . . HENRY A. VICK . V OIVFICIER5' P15 NSC I A"A7l5 L 515 LELAND N. SCDFIIZLD Manager . Captain . Coach . Manager . End . Center . H al f back . Center . Guard . Tackle . End . Tackle . Guard . Halfback . Tackle . Tackle . . End Quarterback . Guard . . End . . End Quarterback . Halfback . Tackle . Fullback Summary of the Season L00 K0 l7'l' A ll EAD! T'he.l9l9 football season marked an epoch in the gridiron history of the University of Michigan. A series of disastrous defeats, repeatedly inflicted, has jarred Michigan out of her condition of self-destroying complacency. The student body, accustomed for years to the taking of victory as a matter of course, never sharing in responsibility, has been made to realize thatqits unanimous and innceasing support is necessary to success. The vast alumni body, aghast at this sudden reversal of Michigan'.s football tradition, has hastened to hold meetings and pledge itself to Michigan's athletic support during this crisis. The Faculty has become vitally interested. A 'In short, the entire university, students, alumni, and faculty, has attained a new spirit. Unified in purpose, these three bodies have already taken great steps toward reorganization and a new and brighter day for Michigan in football. Yost was'handicapped at the beginning of the season with a shortage of material. Reports circulated the previous spring concerning the large number of "M" men that were expected to report were discouraging to the new candidates. Fall found thirteen of these "M" men ineligible and Yost with a squad of only twenty men out of which to pick a team to win the championship of the VVest. The mentor's first official act was to forewaru the University against over-optimism, saying that "a team cannot be built on paper." With Goetz captaining the outfit and strong in the line, and Sparks and XVeston in the backfield, 'both with experience and reputation, Yost prepared for the coming contests. The first game of the season was the annual match with the Case eleven, Michigan's twenty-'third game with the Cleveland scientific school. The customary defeat was administered to the visitors by a score of 34-0. Cruse, filling the full back position in the absence of Vick, scored the first touchdown of the season during the first quarter, when Case fumbled on its own thirty yard line. Cruse handled the bacldield job unusually well and registered two more touchdowns in the third quarter, bringing the stands to their feet with some phenomenal gains. Two touchdowns secured by VVeston and Knode in the second quarter completed Michigan's scoring for the afternoon. A series of substitutions followed Cr.use's third touchdown and the game ended without further counters. For an early season contest the Varsity displayed a good brand of football throughout the entire contest. V 316 'i L, - ..,..,.. , .. an ' it I V s l I - ..., 1 . YOST AND GOETZ TALK IT OVER For two weeks following tl1e Case victory, 'the team underwent a continuous and grueling daily practice. Yost was exerting every effort to whip his men into shape for the M. A. C. game. The fourteenth animal scrap with the Farmer team gave Michigan what seemed to be a good send-off for the season. The final score, 26-0, secured for the Wolverines their eleventh victory over the Lansing outfit. The battle was witnessed by twenty thousand spectators. During the first two quarters the final issue was not at all evident, the only touch- down being scored by Weston in the second period. At the end of this quarter the Aggies rallied considerably and started on a march down the field, but their attempts at the Michigan goal were interrupted by the blowing of the whistle. The second counter for the Yostmen was registered when the Farm.er fullback fumbled and Czysz, recovering the ball, ran for a goal. In the third quarter a thirty yard nun by Sparks and a twenty yard sprint by Weston gave Michigan its third touchdown. A blocked kick and a pass from Sparks to Dunne accounted for the last tally. The game was hard fought, both backfields finding gains through tthe line difficult. Goetz, Rye, and Vick performed well in the line and in ofiense. The M. A. C. game was excellent preparation for the coming battle with Ohio State and high hopes were prevalent as to the future. Arriving at Ferry field with an eleven consisting of a strong line and a backfield which included two All-American men the O. S. U. aggregation was for the first time in history victorious over the Maize and Blue. Unable to gain in any other manner, Michigan was forced to resort to the aerial method. A serious loss was suffered by the Varsity in the first minute of play, that without a doubt affected the team throughout the season, when Rye, in coming-down on trhe first kick-ofif, suffered a broken t-high. Ohio scored its first touchdown in the first quarter when a punt by Sparks was blocked and the ball was carried for a goal. A feature of the game was the punting duel between Sparks and Harley, in which the Michigan quarterback displayed unquestionable superiority. In the second period Sparks booted a spectacular field goal from a difiicult angle scoring the only points that were secured by Michigan. 'Passes to Dunne were impossible to complete, 317 Doc May believes in keeping the boys cool. l-le splashed a lot of water during the intermission of the Case game. the Ohio hacks knowing the weakness of the Yost eleven with Rye out of the play. The third'and fourth quarters were scoreless. Final tally, 3-13. The Northwestern game was hy far the most spectacular of the year from the Michigan standpoint. Rescuing in the last few minutes of play what seemed to be a hopelessly lost game, the Michigan comeback was dramatic in effect. The Wolvcriiies displayed a fighting determination and irresistible offensive power that finallywon the contest. The Yostmen were held scoreless for the first two quarters. At the end of the third the Purple eleven had accounted for two touchdowns while Michigan had succeeded in nailing down only three points hy a safety, Score 13-2. Attacking with a ferocity that astounded the Northwestern team, the first touchdown for the Maize and Blue resulted from a kick blocked hy Goetz and a recovery hehiiid the line hy Glenn Dunn. A fake pass from Vick to Sparks gave the quarterhack an opportunity by an almost superhuman effort to carry the hall over the goal for the winning counter. Never since the famous comeback in the Syracuse game of 1916 had Michigan eq-ualled her performance in this contest. A week of secret practice followed the Northwestern game as preparation for the Chicago match. But the Yost machine could not prevent the Stagg eleven from crossing its goal line twice, final score 13-0. Sparks .met his punting equal in Graham, the husky Maroon quarterback. Possessed of a set of ground-gaining hacks and a defense superior to that of the Wolverines, the unfortunate outcome for Michigan was inevitable. The Maize and Blue fought a losing game from the first kick-off. The initial score of the Midway eleven was made in the last few minutes of the second half when McDonald, the Stagg right end, nahhed a pass on the goal line. A scoreless third quarter made it appear that one touchdown was all that the Chicagoans could register hut early in the fourth period a completed pass and a five yard gain gave Chicago the hall on Michigan's one yard line. The sphere was shoved over for the last touchdown. The Illinois victory over Michigan was decisive. The VVolverincs held the Illinois during the first quarter hut hegan to give way heforc the Urhana outfit in the second periodi The first touchdown for Illinois came in the second half when Crangle plunged through the 318 Tun ni,ocK "M" Michigan center to the one yard line. XNalquist in another rush carried the ball over. A Field goal executed by Fletcher gave Illinois its second tally. In tl1e third quarter repeated and successful passes netted two more touchdowns. Miehigan's only score was recorded in the last quarter when Vick ran forty yards for the goal line. The later Conference champions presented an attack that could not be stemmed by the Yostmen. Score 29-7. The Minnesota game, the best attended of the year, saw Michigan hopelessly out- classed by the visitors. The Minnesota .team had reached perfection in the execution of a confusing shift that rendered the VVolverines helpless. The Gopher eleven experienced no dilhculty in carrying the ball from the kickoff down to the Michigan goal without inter- nuption. Michigan's line would not hold and the Minnesota backs waded through at will. Oss, the Minnesota halfback, distinguished himself throughout the whole game. This visitor was always good for at least five yards through Michigan's fighting defense. The first touchdown was made by Lampi, Minnesota tackle, who broke loose in the middle of the Checkerboard and ran forty yards for a goal. Michigan's single touchdown was registered when Sparks booted the ball on the kickoff over the Gopher goal line and Cruse, outrunning the Minnesota tackle, fell on the ball behind the goal. line. In the Final quarter Oss scored both of the Gopher touchdowns. running eighty yards around the VVolverine end for the last one. The Michigan team fought with a desperateness that resembled a frenzy. It was in this match that Goetz did the work that unquestionably won him acknow- ledgmcni among the All-Conference selections. University of Michigan Football Scores for 1919 October 4 ..... ... ,... Michigan Case 0 October 16 .... .... IV Iichigan M. A. F. October 25 .... .... M ichigan O. S. U. November Michigan Northwestern November Michigan Chicago November Michigan Illinois November 22 .... .... M iehigan Minnesota IXLLMENDINGIER Assistant coach. Guard on Mich- igan's famous comeback team of 1913. Chosen by Walter Camp in his All-American selections from service teams. The Coaching Staff Yos'r I-lead coach of Michigan elcvens for nineteen years. Six of these years Michigan did not lose a game, and won for four years without a defeat. Yost is the real "Champion uf the West" in the coaching lin'c. Individual picture: by courtesy of William Knrusrl 320 LUNDGREN Assistant coach. The baseball coach whose services on the grid- iron were appreciated when the "Hurry-up" man was in dire need of assistance. and The Detroit News. Sparks opened the season with some good work in the Case game. Here he is slipping around tl1.e end with four of the engineers after him. - PT' Liolyrz Captain for 1019 and reelected for 1020 an unusual honor. He was the onlv member of the Sgnad to receive mention in l:Ickelrsall's .Xll-6.0lll.L'l'CllC1L selections. "Gus" is ilie superb tackle and 1 1. end of every play found lnm in ihe huttmn of thc pile. .521 I l l 1 ' i , , l ' I i , 5 l Michigan pushed the hall over five times in the Case game. Here the Wolverines are laying it down right between the goal posts. 1 ,v,,Hfljl'iW Y HM- SPARKS WESTON f I ' H d . . . . One of the mainstays o tic team. 'e is- Anfnhqr Simi 'llflmlmllmg the backneldl Af hls played admirable abilily in Held generalship and best. in hnding .his way down a broken held, his did not mee! his equal in Punting. agllity at dodging being the feature of his playing. 322 l I 4 l l L Crusc making up his mind which hole to dive through during the Ca:-xc game. He scored three touchdowns in this lllllltll. Cuusra Was proficient in picking lmlcs in thc cncnly line and in taking :nlvanlage of thum, DUNNE At thc cnnl position could certainly turrilim: try for a pass and hc had a habit ing lhusc that seemed the most inlpussiblc. 323 make a of nail- -nv. A mixup like this was not unusual during the victory over M. A. C., 26-0. , Q - ' 'Vi' . x , I Jay, fmxM,,.,f,giu,l!fP...Ly,, JJ, Ry . M- g M' :fr M-ll'-f 9 ' ' 'Wifi iflfie-wllsll'l?iYiS.V'lfaEQ"i-645293 iw V. KI-naw. NJN ,VJ 1 '44, lisxumi JOHNSON -l'E1ySf lgiilf-iClJHll T10 well' that lvife DXIYCCIERIAWEOR Is the strung man of the University. Probably "mc 0 lm 011 ' 'J gm 'Wm' Yoweverf 1 e some of the opposing lcznns are as well aware look charge several times anil hanclled matters with of this as we. more than his usual efficiency. 324 - ii' wVL'Sl1lll hrcnking :iwny from the Fnrnmcr dufcnsu and nlmost free. Rev Huan W11.soN 1'ok1'uN11: llzis :L "iig'hting func" that is ilislurhing to the A vcturzin lincninn. 'I'l1e: kind Michigan is lu morale of thc enemy. ing' fur. 325 I I 4' l L........4 , A . 'Ihr Ohio Start: qzxrnu was one of the most momentous of the season. HAMMELS LOUCKS Is a lineman of the first order but was handi- This gllflfd had 3 flfm ami persuasive Wi! of capped throughout the season by injuries, dealing with anybody who attempted to slip his part of thc line. 326 I , 1 i V . 1 3 ,..1.- .. 'ml . This is the play that gave Ohio State the victory. Ilarlcy is making up his mind whcthcr to pass to Stinuhomb or to plunge through Michigan's bewildered linc. C. 0. Wuson W Cunvlsn A halfback with promise of establishing a Center. brilliant football record. 327 -fi-L The knowledcge that they were doing it for the First time since 1897 and after thirteen successive defeats probably accounts for the over-zealous manner in nliieh the O. S. U. team applied themselves to victory. l'W4W1'H!V0'f" Vicnc Fnorrmxrc Filled the vacancy left hy Steketee. "liat'nic" was llas linislrctl his last season on a Michigan team. always ready to plunge through the line for a few He made one of the most timely gains of the badly needed yards. season during the Minnesota game. 328 hog Weston downed after having' dodged through the cncmy's territory for a 15-yard gain during the Northwest:-rn game. RYE PEACH Miuhig'an's line-up was weakened early in thc .Another vulunlslvs ond whose loss hy gradua- son when Ryo sut'fv:r'cd u broken thigh in one tion will be fclt. Too much credit can not be thc inilinl gmngm, tendered hun for his work in the Maize and Blue ranks. 329 Michigan staged a eunuback in the last few minutes of the Northwestern game that had not been equalled since the historical Syracuse game of Iflllr. Cmass Czvsz An experienced player at handling the center A second year man with two Varsity football position. "M's" to his credit. The kind of material from which Coach Yost is going to build his new team. 330 , s. gt .. .,.. f..Aa.,.w.x.,in . The Chicago eleven turned the tables un the Yostmen they were clefeateml tl axis'-si hy defeating Michigan by the same score by which IC lll'i'ViUllS FUZISUH. Wmmoclc A quarterback who comprises some of the most protniring nmterial on the reserve list. BIIAGIIATH A husky end with a bright future before him 331 A.,, ,A i 5 The Illinois eleven won the Conference chzunpionship VAN W.xz:oNi:n HAMll.TON Ong nf the most stalwart of the defensive nicn A reserve who displayed an aptitude for the who will he on hand in the fall. center position. ' 332 . . I r -. - 4- , , .I . i , v o ' ..- 1 - - - 1 ' - L: r .' 4 The Yostmen gave Illinois more trouble than the score would lead one to believe. l'IlEND1iRSON TIMCIIAC Another look into the future and here is A tackle with recognized gridiron ability another end looming large. , ' 533 F' p h .14 . 7 ,f fd., IMT". H' 'f- 'lv 9 . L , v .V A LJ?" ' , f v: - ' 1 . V .. ,, - V4 1 M- Y - , :.' 'gr :, , .Z i- l A 131 " .. l v,,- I ' IZ' Kg'-' v A ' ,' , .. f , 1 . s . . fl . ' , J ' Sternaman, the Illinois halfback, broke away for two touchdowns in the third quarter. ' V A Ifimns ' BREAKEY In the backfield .is in the process of development. A second string man with an admirable pluck More will be heard from him. and aggressiveness. 334 llun is uncc whcn Oss, thc Nimlusoln wmulvr, was nuilcsl lrchiml his own mlv.-fcnsv. 4 w nxwsutn making u first down, :ln :uitugctlu-r um frcqwunt uccurrvncc. Sparks cornered by thc Llupllcx' lincmcn. 335 Previous Records against 1919 Football Opponents Year Wo11 L Tied Mich. Opp. 18 9 2 0 1 2 0 1880 1 0 o 1 0 ' 199 3 1881 0 3 0 4 28 1903 11 0 1882 No outside games 1904 10 0 1883 1 3 01 11 64 1905 12 1 1884 2 0 0 36 10 1906 4 1 1885 3 0 0 82 0 1907 5 1 1886 2 0 0 74 0 1908 5 1 2 1887 3 0 0 66 1 0 19119 6 1 1888 1 1 0 30 32 1910 1 0 1889 1 2 0 33 80 1911 - 1 18190 ' 4 1 0 129 36 1912 5 2 1891 3 5 0 106 114 1913 6 1 1892 7 5 0 298 172 1914 6 1 1893 7 3 , 0 278 102 1915 4 1894 9 1 , 1 1 244 84 1916 7 2 1895 8 1 0 266 14 1917 91 2 1896 9 '1 1 0 262 11' 1918 0 1897 6 1 1 168 31 1919 1 4 1898 10 0 0 305 26 19 127 24 1899 8 2 0 176 43 , Y- ,, 1900 7 2 1 117 55 C1ra11c1 lotals, 41 23 y. 94 31 4 2688 902 221 55 Michigan 22 A Tied 1 1916 9 0 1894 13' 3 . 1918 21 6 1898 23 5 1919 26 0 1899 28 6 14 11 373 55 1900' 24, 6 Michigan Tied '1 1901 57 ' 0 ,Minnesota 3' 1902 48 1 6 1892 6 16 1903 31 0 1893 1 20 34 1904 33 0 1895 20 0 1905 36 0 1896 6 4 1906 28 0 1897 14 0 1907 9 0 1902 23 6 1908 1 16 6 1903 6 6 1909 3 0 1909 15 6 1910 3 3 1910 6 0 1911 24 0 1919 7 34 1912 34 0 10 g. 123 106 1913 48 0 Michigan 13 Tied 2 1914 69 0 Ohio State 1 1915 14 3 1897 36 0 1916 19 3 1900 0 -X 0 1917 41 0 1901 21 0 1918 331 0 1902 86 0 1919 34 0 1903 36 0 2315. 673 46 1904 31 6 Michigan 11 Tied 1 1905 40 0 31. A. C. 2 1906 6 0 1898 39 0 1907 22 0 1902 119 0 1908 10 6 1907 46 0 1909 33 6 1908 0 0 1910 3 3 1910 6 3 1911 19 0 1911 15 3 1912 14 0 1912 55 7 1918 14 1913 7 12 1919 3 13 1914 3 0 1651. 304 34 1915 0 24 336 YO.S'7".S' R1l5CO1ilJ 0 550 0 644 1 565 0 567 0 495 0 72 0 107 1 , 128 0 116 3 29 2 90 0 158 0 175 0 233 1 130 0 245 0 304 , 0 96 0 93 8 4797 Years: 12 7485 M1C1111.1'2l11 5 Illinois 1 1898 12 1899 5 1900 12 1905 33 1906 28 1919 7 651. 97 Mic11ig:u1 4 Northwestern 2 1892 8 1893 72 1898 6 1901 29 1917 12 1919 16 6g, 143 Michigan 10 Chicago 6 1892 18 1893 6 1893 28 1894 6 1895 12 1896 6 1897 12 1898 12 1900 6 1901 22 1902 21 1903 28 1914 12 1905 o 19181 13 1919 o 168. 212 'l'i 0 12 6 22 2 30 6 81 34 9 38 65 21 '08 81 56 53 6 1112 692 1504 ed 0 1- :s 0 0 0 9 29 43 Tied 0 10 0 6 0 21 13 55 Tied 0 10 10 10 4 0 7 21 11 15 0 0 0 12 2 0 13 115 .fll.l.-lfRl5.S'H FOOTBALL SQUAD , H. G. DUNPIIY, Captain 15mvlN I. MA'l'l'llil!, Coach Gul-:N VILLIQ ANDl!l'2XVS . . . . . . .llliNNli'l'T Avxalw . THICOIIORE BANKS . . RALMI K. BRENNIQIQ . FnAN,m.lN CAPON . HARRY M, CLARK . BEN CLAUSIER . . XVILLIAM G. COLIKURN . H. G. TDUNPIIY . . PAUL G. Gmamar. . I. E. JOHNS . . . Glioumc D, .l0HNS'l'ON . Vlcrou Ml2'I'lIOS . . C1-rA1u.1cs li.MACEI,I4VIiN Mmvrcu PAPER . . . Rormm' RANKIN . . Rrcrmlm H. Rowr.ANn . .TACK SICARLE . . . VVILLTAM J. VAN ORDIEN H'0RACli XN7ACH'rER . . . Hal flrack . Guard . Hal fback . Tackle . Fullback Tackle Tackle . Center Hal f back . Furl Guard End . Tackle . Guard T-Tal flwack Hal flmack . Guard Quarterback . Guard . Guard 1 338 339 340 w M .gf an 4 v"'EY -62 pl Q ff G 'l95f+f VW 'Q WW' ' m mfgzukh .419 QSXXX X ' xx X 'NQ EQQ f N A 1 V 2 KSN ASE BALL - '- 'mf ' - .f -' "':p".' if ' . ' . ' 1 klli-V -71:5 .L .,V ..r,,,:'A., .I . I - V -4. Q i 1-E- l" " 3-.4 ff: '7',f,'. '."-'-.55 -2 -' 'P 1, 5-' ' H: ,. :U gli' .' 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' .' .ffl-.." - iq' ful, . - - Q .EL 4f:.,...::,,V..' 1,.Lj:...,.-1 . 9 I . ffff. lf", .5'lf.',1i-"jf - ,13,f' 4f ' . 1 - 2 A' -f l If , V ' ".""T-f527'T,.3' 4 'jf ' . ' 1 1, 1? ' 9 1 .27" M '-' ' J ' J':liTf'L!Z ,lp 1 9' ' - -' - - ' ' ' ' ' "H, Va' ' " ' ' - - 1135 . Q ..,'g2'5-.5:az,' ' . A . g,.f.Qf'iQ.' ' 'S r . - . .P'iv:'x, ' ' - -.g:,g.7QCt+m',7.5'? 1 7.3:,'.5.bf?',g',A3.L':-I:gy , N 'HP f . ' . N 44 , . . xx K ' R 'NX QTITAX -A-...R ' ' ' ' k 1, "NZ5i'-:H xv-RSX . ' V. f 4 we-.4,...,x , ba A lx? XYESTERN COXFICRFNCE l'lI:XAlP10NS FOR 19 1919 Varsity Baseball Squad CARI. L. LUNIIGREN WILLIAM BAM: Conch Kl4:NNl1:'1'l1 T. liNOllli CARI. I.. l.I'NllflRliN l"l'1lilIlN.XNIl V. Ill-:l.1. lflI1XN'.XRll Ii, lillXX'l'1RM .fx N ROLAND S. Cool-ma . f1lclml.lm XX. l'RIllzMlxl'. 'IHIUMAS C. GARRE'l"l' l'll'Rllli'l"l'lC GL!-:NN . l'lICNRY K. l'llTI5l'IR . AR'I'IllFR il. limwxfs lil-:NNI-:Til T. KNUIIIC lima' l'. l.,xxc:icNl1.-xx YI-:RNUN H. l'.4x1clQs . Ol"lflC'liN.S' l'lili'.S'O1X-'Nlil 343 1020 Mziiiagcr . Captain . Coach . Maiizngcr Left Field . Right Field First Base . Third Rasa: . Pitcher . . Catcher . Third Basc' . Second Base . Ccntcr Field . llilclim' C .Q qt 53 x I K f .. ,sp ya , ,Q kv' ' . n stil' - i' f,f,: - .V I ,f 1' Q-V -i ii' ' t . 1 1 K ,F 51' 5 l :till 'Lv LQ . '4 ,f ,tt y " ' . .. Ji 1 .., 1 - f - 4, f 'i XXX. Z I 1 't f ' X lift 4411 I " t, ,Ulf . X t J, il, , I . I ,lx I I pi iff"-T ' ' l , : A Y- i 1, Q x . l l r .. '-"'I- I5 'I vi, ," -' .4 o ig :sf-" . . " 'iffge 3' 1' . 1 i' f17"1'gfg1'g 4 - .mf 'yi' f"k ls: 'eg -411 , 7,-:Q-4' p,-.3 Coaen Lunuom-:N ' PARKS Vl'ith four years in collegiate hasehall at Illinois, Captain for 1020: A twirlcr whose sensational and seven years with the Chicago Nationals in the pitching was the feature of the l9l0 Conference big league, Coach Lundgren's record at Michigan race. llc held Illinois' runner-up for the title, speaks for itself as to his coaching ability. to a noshit, novrun game. ' 1919 Baseball Season Annexing another Conference baseball championship title and displaying from first to last a marked superiority to all comers, the 1919 baseball team has added another page to Michigan baseball history that seldom has been surpassed. Coach Lundgren at the initial practices of the season had assembled a squad that bid fair to keep the title in Ann Arbor. Parks, Glenn, Scheidler and several others were a pitching stali' of the first orderg Knodc, Garrett, Huber, Froemke, Karpns and Van Bovcn comprised the prospective infieldersg Cooper, Langcnhan, Bowerman, Pheney formed a promising string of applicants for the outfield positions. Starting with the annual pre-season practices in the gymnasium it was not long before the weather 'permitted oudoor work. Close on the heels of a week or more of outdoor work. followed the customary southern trip, when the squad was taken to Columbus, Ohio, to take on the American Association team of the city. The showing that was made against the professionals was not phenomenal but the important factor of the work was the valuable practice and training that the team derived from this southern sojourn. Captain Knodc was by far the outstanding individual star of the season and during the Columbus trip displayed a brand of baseball that gave rise to much favorable comment among the professional baseball men. 344 'N f' x I . fl ,t i l Q 'K , . ' ' . F' ASK. -: 5 'N 5 1 3. KNoun Captain for 1910, and the individual Still' of the team for the season both at bat and in the Held. Ilis base running is spectacular, stealing base on twenty occasions during the year. I-Ie is -the best hall player Michigan has turned out since the time of George Sisler. ft Q ...f V.. fl". '. I , jf i, ft ' ' - X - . V, - . . x KW. I H . hs 2'-A . 1 ,fi L ' l ' Q ' 4,7 i fig 'A . y. l . ' . 't ' 'f " pi , it ,f . .V , :Q ir ?,.i.1J.-.k' gin. i , -,:z.5?'t'e ,H ,F , RUZICKA Was the individual star for-the 1918 season, but did not play in 1019. lie returns to the squad this spring as one of Miehigan's best bets. Less than a week after the return to Ann Arbor, Michigan played the Case School of Applied Science and completely outclassed the engineers in every department of the gamc with a score of 10-0. The following Saturday, April 26, Michigan lined up against the first Conference team of the year when Indianafs measure was taken to the tune of 6-O. Parks allowed Indiana only one hit, no runs and-struck out nineteen men. Michigan began scoring in the second inning with one run and scored another in the third. In, the fo-urth, Captain Knodc tripled with the bases full, by far thc most sensational moment of the game. Froemke's development at first base was one of the features of the games at the earlier part of the season. This was an entirely new position for the gridiron star and his unusual work attracted no small amount of attention. ' The Maize and Blue defeated Ypsi Normal, 5-3, excellent preparation for the Chicago game. A decisive beating was administered to the Windy City nine by a score of 7-3. The M. A. C. match was an easy win for Lundgren's men and when, three days later a return match was played with Chicago, all doubt as to the Wolverines superiority was dispelled. The battle was won only after a ninth inning rally, after it appeared that the Chicago nine had avenged their former defeat. A hit by Bowerman was the deciding Factor in this eleventh hour comeback. Michigan won the Iowa game on May 19 in the first inning. The Wolverines complete lineup was at bat in the First frame after which the game was practically won. The M. A. C. match on May 22 at Lansing was one of thc hard fought games of the year. 345 ,. 4 i Wg'--t vt 'IG4 i X it if t i ' Uv-el t .. -. , S .. ' ' I 1. 3 . it -L L- ful'- F , ' Y 'L Q f .- Kaavus SAUNDIQRS The third baseman whose steady fielding work , Another returning pitcher who won his "M" made his corner of the diamond air tight. in 1918. The addition of this twirler 'completes the all-star pitching staff. Iowa's second defeat at the hands of the Michigan men on May 24 on Ferry field was unusually decisive, score ll-l. The poor fielding of the visitors cost them more than half of the runs scored against them. The downing of Purdue by a score 10-0 was followed closely by the only defeat administered to the Vifolverines during the season, the game with Notre Dame. The Catholics finished ahead by a close margin of one counter. The feature of the season was the Illinois game on May Sl. It was generally granted among critics that the cpuestion of the ownership of the title was between Illinois and Michigan, and .much stress was laid upon the importance of this match. Parks on the Illinois field pitched a no-hit, no-rtm game. It was one of the most complete and sen- sational shut-'outs ever registered by Conference champions over the runners-up. Score 7-U. The Ohio State game made more certain the rights of Michigan to the Big Ten title, while the final game of the year was a return match with Illinois June 7, when the XVolverines scored another slam, 4-0. The team at the end of the year was we -:aanet lll l -d, fielding steadily, oftentimes bril- liantly, proficient at intelligent base running. The team will lose hy graduation: Bowerman, Cooper, l-luher, Garrett, Glenn. UN1lf'1iRSl'I'Y Oli MICHIGAN BASISBALI. SCORES FOR 1919 April 19. Michigan... .. ............ 10 Case ...................... . ....O April 26. Michigan. .. ... 6 Indiana ......... .. ....O April 30. Michigan ..... ... 5 YPSil2l1Ii Normal . . . . . .3 May 3, Michigan ..... ... 7 Chicago ........... ,,,,3 346 My-v-., A.. . I rv-W . . -riff 1' 1' J 'X . + 7 w f if XII E51 WI' Q ts ,iii .gb WN 'K . . 1' C iiainm: K .NJ 5Cl If I.ANm-:NnAN W'as alwa?'S 011 IIN! IUIJ fill' Mlllhigflll Whfll H Is wilhnul clouht a remarkable outliclmlcr, and SICPNIY, 001151510111 'HHH WHS UUCCIUI Ill 'IIC IJOX- CVIYIIDIIILLQ with this ahilily an aclcptncss al wielding I IL' SIIC '. - May I4 Michigan .... M. A. C. . .... 0 May 17 Michigan .... Chicago .. .... 3 May 10. Michigan .... Iowa ....... .... I May 22. Michigan .... M. A. C. ... ....Z May 24. Michigan .... Iowa ....... .... 1 May 26. Michigan . . Purclnc ......... ... 0 May 29. Michigan. . . Notre Dame . . . . . .3 May 31. Michigan .... - Illinois ....... ll june 3. Michigan .... Ohio Statc .... ...ll ,lunc 7. Michigan .... Illinois ..... .... 1 I Totals I6 VVon, 135 Lost, 15 Tied, 0. Batting Average A.II. R. III S.II. .500 Schluntz 2 1 1 0 .375 Bowermzm 32 9 12 .365 Knoclc S2 17 10 .292 Cooper 48 7 14 .273 Schcicller 11 0 3 .273 Phency 11 3 3 .269 Parks 26 5 7 .267 Langcnhan 30 10 S .240 Frocmkc 50 S 12 .240 I-I-uber S0 9 12 .218 Karpns 55 0 12 .184 Garrett 49 3 0 -1 .125 Van Bovcn 16 0 2 0 .000 Glenn 13 I 0 443 SR II4 2 Team halting avcragc .256 -1 l ,, f X Y p: i 0' t' X 'CV 'iii 'Y' EJ 'Lis u" S' . we fin in 3 4 f. 1' i at .itil . 1' 1 fn 7 'N in , xx VAN BOVEN Qi l l l 1' MFAZDI8 d' b k 4 - l ' 4, .er tie utters in an is ao KTIT, fa? E sh025t0p,,lG'fttf,, wglf x ' X this season. lt will be it close race 1193 gstpqf wi 2,11 I L WM' . between him alul Knmle for tirst 'S I C 0 huom MSE' ' , Q- place honors this y'c:u'. . ! X" 1 ,: A A in 4.1 v ' f l l. ' I 1 i 44 v 4 ,f .. I ff ,V - I, -W., .V avr P.: if M 4 i . x ', ,f M ' ' ' , . to . it . . ws, 441 i ,. , ,,, ' 1 ' 41:-l. ii ff r 3 it Fnolcmkn .ff '- " 'Dicln't know he could play base- T ,, I, ' 0 hall until last season. Now he is a ' ' 5 V' . f 4. First baseman of the First order. 'b ' .H , is. gl,-. , . ' H-H ' 1 I " al ' 8 f 4 A .- ',, V ' h. k',ll'!r. ' .,4,v" 3, ' ' 'I I V if 'l ,5:gg.'i:.' -I ' Gsuxzmlcu Kmcucszzssruzn Another winner of an "M" in Filled the left field position in 1918 who has returned. Genehach 1018. His fast fielding and unusual was both a catcher and outfielder batting had made him a reputation two years ago. that has not been forgotten. 348 1 AMPIOS5 UF THE XYESTHRX CHNYERENCIE IX 1 1919 Varsity Track' Team STM-HEN J. FARRELL Coach Sul-:uwfxum W. S:-znrzwlcna S'l'Iil'llIuN j. l4ARRlc1.I. . ,lmucs H. Cmuncl-1 . Jos!-:ml I., lifxlu-'uc . IQIPWARII Houmfx . Bullclc G, ISUIZLI. . I.Awm-:Nc:1f: B11'1'1.len . Rcml-:RT Coma . ARTIIUR G. Cuoss . CARI. Ii. JOHNSON . L. O. .IL I.1Nns'rurm . NICIIARII Losvu . XfVll,1.1AM R. Nfl'1I'ISl-I CICIIIHC C. SMITH . . Sill-:1ewAI.n W. Slcxupxvlcri xfVAl.'I'lCli li. XIVICSIEIHJUIL . K FRICIIICIUCK W. PARSONS 1020 Manager OIWICEICS l'lilx'.S'O1VNliI. . lmims, Hill . Captzlin Cc-zncll . M imager . Wbigllts . llistzmccs Half Mile Quarter Milu . Ilzlslu-24 Pole Vault rcllcs, Unsllvs . Wfciglmts .. IJZISIICS . Uzlsllvs . WCigIltS . llislnnccs . Volc Xwmll I31'o:ul.llln1p 351 'ev ,+ ' TJ . w I A 1 7. ' I fs, ur' ' .V y WW, L .. 4, . Ng, 9'--"f" "W " ' I any 'ffl' 4 , .. 'I Vw -v---- 0:1----V "' 4 -.W 1- 1.-,,,.a,,1... . .-5, .QL R . J . . ., I-In - V-. 17.-...u...-J .... 2f".,,,,1.kf,-.,,.'m. La ' , Jonsson DEFEATING 'rm-: mms or 'run ms-r IN 'nm BROAD JUMP, sonnnzn STADIUM, HARVARD IN 1-ng EAs'r1zRN 1NT1zncoLLIzc1A'rEs IN 1919 ' 352 1919 Track Season 5. f l fri , 'xl s , v jst rl!! 'l '-.yi l 1 . ia .si ' ' ik! -. :5 .Qt Q - A .14 CROSS IN Tlllf POLE VAULT Michigan's prospects for retaining the championship of the VVestern Conference on the cinder path were not the brightest early in january 1919. Several dependtables had failed to report but three intercollegiate letter men, Captain Sedgwick, johnson, and Cross, were a nucleus about which Coach Farrell was to build his team. A good turnout soon put a favorable outlook on the situation, however. The team was strong in dashes, having johnson, Cook, Losch and Meese to bring in the points, johnson took care oi the hurdles, Butler, Messner, Petty, Meese, and Metzel were in the quarter mile event, Sedgwick and Bouma represented Michigan in the distance runs. linrkholder and Larson were the half milers, wrhile Weslnrcnok and Cross .upheld their end in the pole vault. Baker, Smith and Walls were in the weight events. johnson and VN'eslrrook competed for Michigan in the Jumps. - Notre Dame furnished the first competition ot' the season and went down to a decisive defeat, 63-23. Johnson and Gilfillen of Notre Dame vied for the individual honors. Butler in a sensational sprint won the relay by a yard. The following week Michigan met and defeated -Chicago on her own track by a score of 44-33. The Maize and Blue took all of the dashes and showed 'her unrivalled skill in the Held events. The -indoor title was almost certain as the indoor Conference meet neared. Coach Farrell took 14 mfen, a well developed and well balanced team, to the meet. johnson won the individual championship by annexing first in the 50 yard dash, the 60 yard hurdles, and the 'high jlump. One of the features of the day was the .two mile race between Captain Sedgwick and McCosh, captain of Chicago, when the .Michigan captain won by inches, Both Srmith and Walls brought in their expected poinrts in the weights. Michigan's ability 353 THE lIIG'II IIURDLES AT TIIIC 1919 Wl'1S'l'I'IltN INTICklI0l.l.l'ZGlATl-15, WON HY CARI. JOHNSON to register at the critical moment was well proven, and when the Farrell quartet entered the relay under the necessity of taking one ol' three places to win the .meet they came out second and not far in the rear of the Chicago four. Michigan's outdoor season opened on May 17 on Ferry field, with Chicago furnishing the opposition. Despite the bad weather good time was made in all events. Final tally, 33-12. The Wolverines scored slamzs in the shot put, high jum.p, javelin throw, and in both as es. Two weeks later, Michigan met Notre Dame on the Carter field. The Notre Dame team made a determined effort to reverse the defeat earlier in the year, hut the Wolverines left South Bend, a decisive victor. Captain Sedgwick broke the Carter field record by 20 seconds. Coach Farrell took seven men to the Eastern Intercollegiatcs, each one considered a sure point winner. In them lay Mic'higan's hope to ontelass 16 of the big universities and col- leges of the East. In the preliminaries, Michigan lost only one of her competitors. In the final showing Michigan was fore-ed to admit the superiority of only two schools, Cornell and Pennsylvania, taking third place. Sedgwick took third in the two mile. Johnson was first in the broad jump at 23 feet, IOM inches, second in the 100 yard dash and tied with Hampton of Pennsylvania for second in the running high jump. Cook took fourth in both tlae 100 and 200 yard dashes. Baker and Smith placed fourth and fifth, respectively, in the s ot put. The Wolverines closed the season on june 7 on Stagg Field with a score of 44M points and the -undisputed champions of the West. The Maize and Blue was victor over Chicago, her nearest rival, 10M points. johnson was again the outstanding performer of the day collecting 20 ploints for the Wolverines. He established two Conference records, in tlhe broad jump at 24 feet, 1 inch, and in the high jump, 6 feet, ZW inches, in addition to, taking the high and low hurdles. Captain Sedgwick took second in the two mile event which was won by Foleman of the Kansas Aggies. -Cook and Loseh took second and third in the century. Cook also finished third in the 220 yard dash. Baker won the shot put with 42 feet, ZM inches, also placing 'fourth in the discus. Smith was first in the hammer throw and third in the shot put. VVeshrook tied for thi1'd place in the pole vault. The 1919 season will go down in the annals of Michigan as one of the most brilliant on record. - 1920 Track Season Coach Farrell has developed at the beginning of the 1920 season a team, which, if it cannot equal the record of the Conference champions of. 1918 and 1919, will uphold the tra- dition of par excellence track teams at Michigan. 354 JOHNSON ICSTAIILISIIINIZ A WICSTI-CRN RICCOIIII FUR TIIE IIIGII JUMI' IN 'I'lI1-1 1919 WESTERN INTI-ZIICOI.I.12GIATES AT STAGG I Il l ll CII Il'Al"U A lineup weal-3 in the distance runs but strong in the dashes and hurdles has represented the Maize and Blue during the indoor season. johnson, is, ol course, the largest point collector, and stands out as the individual star in every competition that he has entered. Early in the year he was chosen by the ollieers of the Amateur Athletic Association for two honors on the mythical teams selected from the foremost track athletes of America. john- son was awarded the 60 yard dash on the All-American team and the 220 yard dash in the All-College lineup. At the annual Illinois Relay Carnival on March 6, 'Captain Johnson broke the Carnival record for the 75 yard low hurdles lry 36 of a second, tied t-he Carnival record for the high hurdles and won the high jump. Slaughter tied for first in the pole vault at 12 feet, ZW inches with Cross of the Kansas Aggies. This also was a new' Carnival lmark. Baker annexed second place in the shot put and third in the high hurdles. Only one point was secured by Michigan in the relays but her success in the feature events won the meet by a comfortable margin. Michigan 27, Illinois 19, Chicago 13. The Maize and Blue overwhelmed Chicago in a dual meet in Ann Arbor on March 14, score 66-29. Johnson secured four Firsts,-all the events in which he was entered, sharing honors with Lash-met and Later in the dash and high jump. The meet would have been an absolute shut-out for the VVolverines but for their weakness in the distance runs. The relay was won by a quarter lap by Michigan, an event that was conceded to Chicago in all the predictions. Michigan took all three places in the dash and pole vault. In the dash, Johnson and Lashmet tied for first, Cook and Losch following closely. Bcardsley was not far behind Johnson in the hurdles and Baker did some of the best work of the season, heaving the shot for 42 feet, 2 inches. At the indoor Conference meet on March 20, Illinois nosed out Michigan for the title by four and one half points, Illinois, 31M, Michigan 27M, VVisconsin IOM. Johnson estab- lished a new record for the 60 yard hurdles at 7556 seconds, and also took the 50 yard dash. Butler took First in the 440 yard event, contributing five points to the Michigan total. Burk- lmolder placed fourth in the half mile, Baker, second in the shot put, Cross and Wesbrook, second in the pole vault, the Wolverine relay men finished tthird. On March 27, two of the strongest teams of the East and West clashed when Michigan met Cornell at Ithaca. The Cornell squad w-as composed chiefly of men who won the Eastern Intercollegiates in 1919. Final tally 46-40. 355 :ff X kl ivy! .- gf . A '5 V if-:ply l I Jn . nf "' ' 1 1 l 1 l v X 1 S l ll J ., 0 ' it , 3 ,, I ! 2' COAcn FAl!llli1.I, JOHNSON The man tn whom much credit for the sitcom-as liillflflllli fm' 1920- Ulllllslllllfll llNllVldl-la! Stal' of Michigan in gymnasiuln and un Cinder track Uf lllf WCS! Hllil' CQ'l5lll0l'Cll, by IUFUIY crmcs as is due, the furcnmst athlete in America today. Holder of innumerable ll0ll0l'S and records, Michigalfs two 1918 and l9l9 Conference chzmtpionships were made possible by his unequzillvd abilities. E' 1 "' l" .: f :A H! . .J . 1 .X 3, M 71 t i t t " f 4 hi,L ' u -A G :, i ,I. A ' f t. F A l. .. 'fl' re 5 1 I lu M 'i ' CROSS 15u1'L1su fOne of Michigan's vaulterg who has been gi An experienced quarter miler who came through cnnsistent point winner. with a first in the 440 yard event in the indoor Conference meet when the points were most needed. 356 if 1 X A ' tri.,- X, ' . fail JW ' ' yr? 5 Q"l.ff1. X Q X 1 X. s' ' . -tl A l l" ,s x , t- 1 . K le. 4' ' H. 4' " M , -1 lm .T M .. .., -fi., N BAKER In the shot put has collected many points for Michigan, taking second in the 1920 Indoor Con- ference meets and firsts in several other dual meets. , , '. .T i V' ,H 559. ' H., ' Q, s .L 4 1 l. if 'E r nv, , . ' .'. QI. ,. 1 M . f. 5 A 4 ' A 5 r I f Loscu, A veteran dash man. Dick has captured several seconds, following closely on the heels of Johnson. He came within 1-5 of a second of the world's record for the 75 yard dash at Cornell. 2, lil lv t , ... 5' ., l 31, I A " .A s , 1 7 ' . s , . - . arf- Ili-1 '- , W' t. 4. 'W w x 21 f f' B in LATER Is in class A in thi: high jump ix - during the indoor season and handles the weights later in the year, A the Michigan 357 . Q' TF' r A Sv A V ri S R -ir it 3 Xml ' 1' 4 UEARDSLEY Another athlete who places with frequency. Beardsley is never behind Johnson in the hurdles. far - ','-,',?'F: gn' ,rw ' - -ff.. A , :qi YV ' S2132 H! ' , ' F' 1 e , l. 1 , ' .'l?l'e . km. ,J H . L W. s xl L ts t M 1, V . 1 , ." N t avi- ' if. , A Eb. r 3,5- K 1l,uu1uL1. miler who served on squad before the war returned. A quarter and has now 1 , 'riff 1' V -V: it.,tl"S1 1, f ' I f . l 4 l A J l l r y, fy' ' .fy ' f f K Y' ., '-it vl 4 '. " an 1 ' 6,53 fM 3 g 272.1 . ' Ax gi as J ,.' , 4 V ,Q . A 2 . V. ji, A , , ' gg.: 1 R' ,, Q., gf-, ge ., l . F h 5-I-' ' laxi 1.3 4' , w A . ff N vi I V . gr ' ,lfe fa-fl!" 1 - ...-.. h Q je ,. X bLAUGllTliR LASHMIZT 1 Anutliur one of the three dc- lllls not becll !Cl1flCl'0Cl CHOUI-ll'l pt-nclalmle vaulters on the Michigan credit for his work- He SUCCCCGCU 4' lineup. These men succeeded in ll! llffllsflng Yhe MP0 Wllll J0hUS0l1 f- ' lu registering two complete shut outs at the Chicago meet. 1 if during the 1920 indum' season. 5, - ' ,VM "V n . ,. Cook One of the most dependable :nth- letcs on the lineup. During several ' .. ' ' 1 years of Varsity competition, ie has seldom failed to place in the dashes. . Joslcml PET.,-Y A clistancc man in the process oi' development. A Hap. .lor .1 hi' d d., Michigan has been in need of distance men ' ll ' U. lm Wm 'S 0110 ere 'td Mem Qc.. for the Maize and Blue. . . ason. througlwut the pr 358 ble work 1919 Cross Country Team S'l'lil'll ICN J. FARRIQLI., COHCll LOUIS Il. SCIIIM MEL ,IULIAN Il. JUSICPII ll!-ZORHIC N. ICARLIC I"RANi'lS1'0 l'lCNlllCR'l'Il Y TIIURLKS MAYNAHIJ PAUL XV. lIURKIl0l.DliR Michigan plucccl sccoml to M. A. KT. :ll the Michigan Collegc Mccting at M. A. C on November 8. - 1 Michigan lost to Illinois in 11 cllml H1001 Novunilmcl' li, Illinois, 19, MlClllLIIll1, 36 Allman, CIll.j 28:31, Scliimmcl, 28:48. Michigan plzwccl sixth in lllu Cmifvrcncc runs :xl CUlllll1llllS, Ohio, on NtJVCl11lTCl' 22 Standing: Ames, XYiscfmsin, l,lll'1llIi', NllllllL'SOl1l, Ollin, Miclligmi, lllinois, ClllCZljI0, Olmcrlin, Cincinnati. X f' l."'7l! J , J aj . h ? r I l .N 5 i'.xl"rAlN lllAYNAlllJ I 359 ' 360 1 F WClBygq Tun 1920 B.xSxETB.u.1. SQYAII 19109921 6161 1920 Varsity Basketball Team EDWIN J. MATlllilZ CI.Av'roN S. SIIOIQMAKEII Coach RALI-I-I O. RYCIIIQNI-:II EDWIN J. MA'I'IfIIeR . CI,AY'I'0N S. SIIOIQMA R. jIfIIoIvIIa 1,UNNl'I . VVII.I,IAM HI-:Nm-:IISON AIITIIIIII J. KAIIIIIIS WAL'rIaII B. RAR . RALIIII O. RYCIYIIQNEII JACK G. VVILLIAMS . xAfll.FRliIl WILSON . BIINJAIIIIN Wrzlss . K ER Olflfl C,'lilI'.S' 1'li1I'.S'0NNlil. ' 363 hIRl'lJlg1'l' Captain Coach AIZUIIUICI' Center l"m'xv:II'd lfc n'w:u'd l'1Ul'WZ1I'Cl Gu,:II'd Guard G1lZll'L1 fIllIll'd 1920 Basketball Season llYlf ll HN lull A formidable player who cap- tained, the team during the i920 season. lf'.fVll-'lili'.S'l7' ' J " ' 1 l Cl MICHIGAA BASKETBALL .S'COlr'l5,S' FOR 1920. ,lanuary I7 ....... Michigan U Indiana ,lanuary 24 ....... Michigan 22 Chicago january 26 .,..... Michigan 14 Illinois ,lanuary 31 ....... Michigan 18 Ohio State February 14 ...... Michigan I3 Wisconsin February 16 ...... Michigan Zl Minnesota lfebruary 21 ...... Michigan 19 Chicago March 1 .... .... M ichigan 21 Illinois March 6 .... .... M ichigan 23 Wisconsin March 8 .... .... M ichigan 30 Minnesota March 13 ......... Michigan Z0 Ohio State March I5 ......... Michigan I8 Indiana 'l'oI:1ls 228 Finishing' the season with a team which, if used against the opponents of Michigan earlier the' season, would have made a different story of it, the Wolverine basketball quintet finished eighth in the Conference race. Nine preparatory games were scheduled for the early part of December and the Christmas vacation before Michigan met her first Conference rival, Indiana. Four of the five men entering the game on the Michigan lineup were playing their first Conference game. A severe disappointment was suffered by the Michigan rooters at the outcome of the match, score 22-9. The loss of the game was attributed to the newness of the players and a persistent nervousness in basket shooting. Coach Mather put his men tlhrough several weeks of intensive drill and the team that left to play Chicago and Illinois had undergone a complete metamorphosis. But the VVolverines were taking the measure of the leaders of the Conference in the court game and were hopelessly outclassed. Dunne showed some of the stuff in this game which characterized his play for the rest of the season. 364 1, -, . , ,hui ' mt A IJEARMAN llas the envied knack of basket shooting and has dis- played his ability on several oerasiotls. -4132 valve' A 'W WILLIAMS Was the outstanding indi- vidual player of the 1920 season. The rally of the Michigan forces at the end of the season was in no small measure due to the re- entrance of Williams into the game. The Illinois victory was easy for Illinois. A brilliant start of the game by Michigan was maintained for only a few minutes. Wilson and Dunne featured this scrap with their work, and the score of 41-14 is not sig- nificant of the real opposition that the Wolverines put np. The defeat at the hands of Ohio State was one of the bitterest to swallow and was closely followed by a beating by Wisconsin. The Minnesota scrap was the bright spot of the season. The Mich- igan men reversed their previous record and inHicted a defeat on the Minnesota quintet to the tune of Zl-20. Karpus had returned to the game after a semester of ineligibility and his work had immediate effect. Ry-chener, Peare and Wilson com- prised a guarding trio that rendered the attack of Oss, the Minnesota star, hopeless. The return games with Chicago and Illinois resulted disastrously for the Wolverines, these two fives being rivals for tfhe Conference titleg the improvement over the early season games with these quintets attracted mttch attention. "Jack" VVillia.ms had recovered from an attack of appendicitis and was back in the game. The combina- tion of Williams, Karpus and Wilson was working in fine shape, these three men having a year's experience at the Varsity court game. A new spirit was imbued into the play and a well- balanced, fast and consistent team was soon developed. The VVisconsin game, the Hrst of the last two matches that the Wolver- ine team was to play on the home floor, gave Michigan a complete tri- umph over the visitors. The team was in fine working orderg Hender- son had reappeared on tthe lineup af- ter an absence of over a month due to an attack of pneumonia. Williams and NrVilson formed an impregnable defense that only Taylor, of the Wis- consin squad, was able to surmountt. Karpus scored eleven points, three field baskets and five fouls. The two 365 t RAE One of Michigan's most valuable forwards, blessed with a eool head and an ilCClll'illC eye. - li Mu-us The best point-getter. on the Michigan lineup. This t'orward's reputation is well known in Conference circles. Karpus is captain for next year. li0ltlN5TlilN A veteran of tlre lUl9 sea- son whose steady work has won hi:n recognition. H11 'IJ '- 'g'E. ,,- I, I IICNDICRSUN Despite a setback owing tu an attack of pneumonia forward's work at beginning and entl of the season inth- cated his ability. tenns alternztely took the lead in SLOIIIIQ but in the second h tlf Dunne gave Michigan a decided edge on the visitors by tossing two successive b ts- kets. A long throw by Rae com- pleted the scoring of the Wolverines. The victory was a particularly grati- fying' revenge for the early season defeat for it was not until this late hour that the Michigan had struck her stride. The Minnesota game on March 8 established without a doubt Michi-' gan's new worth, for a seve1'e drub- bing' was administered to the Minne- sota five, score 30-16. The victory was not ditlicult for the team in comparison to the close game of February lo. Miehigan's last two games on the home floor were triumphs for the Maize and Blue and it was with t-he squad in tip top shape t-hat Mather took his men on the final excursion of the year to meet Ohio State and Indiana for the second time. The Ohio State game was one of the big' disappointments of the year, for, despite the frenzied fight in the Michigan five, they could not stem the attack of the Ovhio State men, and the final score reached 34-20 in favor of the Buckeyes. The absence of Williams in the Maize and Blue lineup was in no small way account- able for the final defeat. Michigan finished the season with the Indiana contest. The score of 19-18 is indicative of how wtell the two teams were tnatched. Michigan fought this last game harder than any one of the season. Williams. ,injured in a bad fall and also in the first stages of an attack of influenza, refused to leave the play and finished the game under a terrific strain. Basketball as a Varsity sport, is still young at Michigan, the season of 1920 being its third year. Each year a stronger team has been pro- duced to represent Michigan in the court game. Not many winters will pass before this sport will take its proper place among the traditionally prominent athletics of Michigan. 366 l'laAlu-: Is a comer. Another year and a great deal more will l me heard from hun. IVIIQRKHL A likely forward with two more years before him. Cool: Wtl,soN One of the hartlest llglttvrs on the squad and one whose lighting was effective. VVith hvllllfllllh thin man forms lhe itleztl gumtling' vuln- hination. DvNNic One of the yc:1r-rmtml athletes. Dunne at the center pusitiuu starred :ull llte early season games. .Uv zest when he develops at emisixtt-:ivy ul' play. .Q N -. ,ox Al Glcnvlfz Wiciss Though his work was not steady. A vera:tlile player whose two this forward's performance at tunes years' work un the Nlieliigan squad was spectacular. has secttretl a letter for ltiin. 367 T n it ,-42 X 1919 Varsity Tennis Team .fig ' . ,fu ie . 'ym'i'b .'.' ' ' ,. ,f , - fv. 1 , 5 .42, , A , , , , M ity. NVE, ,. Q 1' "H 34 i. .,,,.m , ,,,,.w f. . ., f .f Q' ff' - 4 . 4' " f '-F . b 1 ' , -' N1 g 1 - 3' i I ' Qi- H 5 af 'Ffa neil . 2 2-3 -in 1, , 1 , . 1 i, ti. ,J 1 12 f , 'N A 2.3, gk - 5 ' X' V Epi? Q gn . V,-Q 5 L 1 f-1 Vg f""', ' 7. 5,32 g , QR' . 'f' ,J ...J " ' 3 Ag "' 4 gf' fm .H ' u qilwfiv , ,,.,n!2 . NICHUY-A5 H- BIWTZ W'Al.1'1an K. WIESUIQKIKJK 1919 All-Fresh Tennis Team GEMM. G Rmunm. 1"Itl-IDICRICK L. Woncmsw 370 R Tennis Tennis, like all other sports at the University, has returned to its pre-war status. The tirst step toward esltablishing it in its former position was taken last fall when the Board in Control of Athletics gave its approval to the plan which called for the return to the four-man tennis team over the two-man squad' which represented the University for the two years during the war. ln further promoting the sport, a. schedule has been arranged for this spring such as has seldom been equaled at Michigan, either with respect to the nature of the com- petition or the number of matches to be played. The extensive plans for the year are merited through the interest in tennis shown by the student body. ln no other year have there been so many out for the Varsity or was the universal interest in the annual fall tournament ever so keen as it was last fall. As far as campus play is concerned, the year has been very bright. Some ninety men entered the all-campus singles tournament last October and thirty odd doubles teams were in the race for the doubles championship. Over the large field of players, a ver - - y promising freshman, Herbert G. Stephens, took the singles title, and the team work of lf. Bowers and R. Creedon won for them the doubles. From the tournament all letter men were excluded, nevertheless the victory of Stephens was over a nn.mber of men who are counted on as strong Varsity material this spring. For this year's team, Walter VVeslJrook is the only old Varsity man left. Nick Bartz, the other member of last year's team has been lost through graduation. His absence will be k-eenly felt but from the material on hand there are a number of men who should be able to fill at least to some favorable degree the hole left by him. Bartz and Wesbrook went through the entire year without a defeat. Not only did they win all dual matches, but Wesbrook won the Conference championship in singles and, paired with Bartz, the two won the doubles title of the Big Ten. lneidentally. N1Vesbrook's national rating in the United States last year was 55. For this year's team there is a wealth of material from which to select a four-man team which should compare favorably with any school in the Conference. Wcsbrook is, of course, the outstanding figure. Three men will be picked to act as his team mates and the determination of these three men will be quite a task for coaches, Dr. Lee and Chris Mack. They will have to pick from some twelve men who are all likely contenders for a place on the squad. The outstanding n1en are Munz, Angell, Worcester, Kelsey, Reindel, Bower, Borinstein, Merkel, and Fraser. All play on a par and it will require the closest kind of weeding on the part of the coaches. This year's schedule includes matches with hve Conference teams, an Eastern trip of three days in the course of which the team will play Cornell, Syracuse and Union Colleges and the regular Conference Championship. Matches are pending with the Univer- sity of California. which is sending its team east this year, University of Oklahoma, Oberlin College, and the Toledo Tennis Club. M. A. C. has a place on the schedule but the date has not been dehnitely settled. .1920 'ITENNIS .S'CHEl7Ul.E May 1, Saturday . . . . . . Detroit Tennis .Cluh at Detroit. May 8, Saturday . . Ohio State University at Ann Arbor. May 13' Thursday , . Northwestern University at Evanston. May14, Friday , ' . 'University of Chicago at Chicago. May 15 Saturday , . University of Wisconsin at Madison. May 20, Thursday . ..... Cornell at Ithaca May 21' Friday , , .... Syracuse at Syracuse. May 22, Saturday . . . . Union College at Schenectady. May 27' Thprsdayl- , . Conference Championship at Chicago, May 28. Fflday - fsingies and Doublesj May 29, Saturday l . May 31 Labor Day . - - , - ,- - 3 - - Pendmg June 4, Friday ......... University of Indiana at Ann Arbor. June 5, Saturday, ............... Pending. Matches to be arranged: University of California. University of Oklahoma. Oberlin College. M. A, C. Toledo Tennis Club. 371 372 Intramural Department l':l.hll'1R ll, lVlI'l't'l'll-ILL, Director .l'l"N D- lfVA"""5- Milmltlm' fl .S'.S'l S TA N 'IIS' Fiuaniaiueia S. Fi.i-:remix A l.l'Ili ,l. Ihnueows DONALD A. lJuNcANsoN F. M. SMITH iHl'IRl!lili'l' lion N For three years Michigan was without intramural athletics. due to the war. How- ever, this year the 1-ntramural Department has been revived and has enjoyed unpre- cedented success. Statistics of the different sports show that twice as many -men have taken part this year as compared with, years previous. XVith the revival of intramural athletics last fall, Iilmer D. Mitchell, previously baskets ball mentor. and coach of the Freshmen football and haseball squads, was selected to direct the Department. In addition to his wide knowledge of the competitive sports, Coach Mitchell had had previous experience in playground supervision which made him a capahle man to assume charge of this kind of work. Much credit is also due his assistl ants, Duncanson and Fletcher, for the manner in which they handled the coaching of teams and the refereeing of gamesg also to john XfVatts, the Intramural Manager, for the untiring' attention he gave to promoting the ditiferent activities. in wk Pk bk an if FOOTBALI-.--In the interclass league, the comhined Law School team won the championship of the campus. The lntert'raternity league hrought out 21 orp.fanizations. The cup went to the Alpha llelta Phi team. , From the interclass league, an Allecampus team was selected as follows: Ends-W Bailey '23, Hinckley, ll.: Tackles--Kendall, l.. Hobie 'ZZISQ Guards-Adams M, Freeman, Lg Centers--Seagers ,ZZQ Quarterdeelc-faDunn CCapt.J 'ZOQ l-lalfhaeks.-l'errin. '20, Richards, D3 Fullhack-Cohn, l-. llASKl2TBALL---92 different teams competed in this sport. The season opened with a foul throwing contest won hy Nathan 'l.orah, '23, lay eaging' 83 out of a possihle l00. ln the intcrfraternity league the Phi Kappa Sigma quintet was easily the fastest team. Theta Chi was the runner-up. l0 sectional clnhs made up the intersoeiety league. The Up-Staters proved cham- pions. H, Hard was captain of the winners. ' The interdepartment competition hrought out 19 teams. The Business Ads. under the leadership of Earl Nicholson, routed all opposition and won every game. 22 classes entered the iuterclass league-a nextfreeord. The l020 Lits Eve won the 373 INFORMAL VARSITY SWIMMING TICAM cilangpionship of the University. The Fresh l.its were second and the upper class Laws, tnrc. . - HOCKEY-An informal team was organized to represent the University as therc was no Varsity aggregation in this popular ice sport. The team made an enviable record, win- ning six games from the following teams: Ann Arbor f6-U5 Assumption College C1-OD, 'ljfargmit Webers C3-25 3 Detroit, IJ and I. C5-'lj 3 lletroit VVatersons C5-2D 3 and Detroit Rayls TENNISVA fall tennis tournament was held and 93 net artists put in their appear- ance. An unheralded freshman, l-lerbert Stephens, defeated the best man in the school and was awarded the championship for 1919-20. In the doubles, Bowers and Creedon had little trouble in winning the cup. SWIMMING-Nearly 50 men came out for the inform-al swimming team the past year and many more entered the class contests that took place in March. Good results were accomplished by Coach Drullard and his men in the tank. Hyde, Babcock, Din- widdie, and Goldsmith. did good work during the year. l.t is expected that swimming will become one of the major sports next year as the Conference schools now give Varsity letters to their tankists. This year the team was organized informally to compete with nearby organizations. , CROSS COUNTRY.-In the-cross country event of the year R. C. Brannon, '21, out- distaneed all of the entries. The 1923 Lit team hnished hrst as a class in the marathon. The 3men who received their numerals for this sport were: Cavendish, Vandevissc, Grittin, Lynch, C. S. Brannon, and livans, manager. The time made by these men was better. than-the Varsity Cross 'Country Club made during the season and Cavendish, R. C. Brannon, and Vandevissc should be valuable men next year to the Varsity, ' SOCCER.-The soccer team played only two' games during the season, Ypsilanti Normal being the victim both times by scores of 8-0 and 9-0. Owing to the short fall season, games will be played this spring with strong Detroit teams. C. D. Dyason, captain of the team, G. Dyason, and Tsai did remarkable work. Other men on the team were: WCiI1SfCil1, E- C- Orrin. ,l. V. Orrin, Grnnwaldt, Strauss, Crino, Lnpke. Ringer, San- chenz, Baucis and Merry. 374 INFORMAL VARSITY SULTCER TEAM ALI.-FRESH CROSS COUNTRY SQUAD ...-.- I : -21' .ff - 1, v 'fr I' ....'. ,.:4:.:r::Q,,,, . W, V ,, ,gm V LAN' l"llll'I'I!Al.l. TVAM, Al.l.-!'AXiI'lTS IlI'.l'AR'l'MI'IN'I'.XI. K'IIAMI'IUNS .. AI.I'IIA lPI'fl.TA I'lII l"0fl'I'lhXl.I. 'IkI'1AM, Al.I.-f'.XXll'l'S I'lCA'l'l'QllNl'lX' f'HAXXll'lfYNS 376 ......., D 5 SENIOR l.I'I' 1lASKIi'I'IlfXI.l. TICAXI, ALI.-lfANll'l'S l'l.ASS FIIAMPIUNS IHI KAl'l'A SIGMA IIASKICTHALI. 'l'l'1AM, AI.I,-l'AMl'lYS l"RATIiRNlTX' l'HAMl'l0 377 UPSTATERS BASKETBALL-TICAM, CHAMPION SECTIONAL CLUB TEAMS A 50041 TRIGON HOCKEY TEAM, ALL-CAMPUS FRATERNITY CHAMPIONS 378 INFORMAL VARSVIY HOCKEY TEAM SICNIOII ENGINEER HOCKEY TEAM, ALI.-CAMPUS CLASS CHAMPIONS l'NIY!'fHSI'l'V UF F-IIVIIIKIAN IHIXINII CLUII IHJN ICIHVIN V. IHWVIVHS 1'.XllI'l'S 'll'.NNlS KAIIAMIWUNS fllUl'lKI.l'.Sb 380 'Q ti N A K A Y- 714 f- m f xr R ' Board 1n Control of Student Publlcatlons .A - FACULTY MEMBERS h UPROF FRED SCOTT ' Presxdent Pnor EnsoN R SUNDERLAND Supervxsmg-Manager Pnor Joi-m L BRUMM, Crmtxc DEAN J'oHN R EFFINGER Pnor-' JOHN W BRADSI-:Aw - STUDENT MEMBERS Dfwm B. Lzmnxs, '21L , . . . . . . Q . . . . Secretary RALPH GAULT, '21L CARL Vntm-:, '20 in 5 Xu H l x ' I V Z 4 N X r s 1 i , E . ,,,,,, . C5 . H . an-no - I . Q U2 - ' x . I pg as '51-'ps l ,t'T 9, AAI NTR.ERN I IAN 20:"R' 381 , SQ' A 4 - ml' 7 :ni ff 'Y 'iw'-Q: tk,-5L3H?4 zf!P3'1?ZL3f"ftLf1"3 192U nxcxxcaxsxsms surf The 1920 Michiganeusian Ojifial Ymrlmok of Ihr Urli-zIq'r.rity ' I- s W r ,- I,liXVEY FAGEIIIIURG N Huucie MILLAK Business Manager Managing Editor Ul'l'lilC 5TA1"lf VVILLIS i5I.AIucsLIsI4: . . . . . WILLIAM A'NGIsLL . . . SAIIIUHL R. ROSENTHAL . EMEIISON SWAIIT . . Rlilill BACIIMAN ..... ,loslwi-I AvIsIIY . . . . . . . . WOMl5N'.S' 1ilJ1T0l6.S' MAIIJIIIIII1: VAN NORMAN YIIIGINIA WI-:I-:Ks EDITORYAI. .S'TAI"If . Organization Editor . . Fraternity Editor . Music and Drama Editor . . . Sports Editor . . . Art Editor Staff Photographer HUGH .HITLfllC1JLIIi TI-mouolua SI-:ImGwIcK Rolnclrr SAGIa SAMUEL WIIQNIQII HUN'l'Iili GIIII-'IfITII Lim Bovn W. W. Gowiue RALPH DUBoIs CARL I'IAMMONIl EDNA L. AI-I-:L ,I A M Iss Fmzv IivIcI.Y N Ronin wIcI.I. MA!iX' LOUISE LACY I"IIANIfIcs BIICKIIEIY: MARY l3UcIcIn4:Ia MAIIGUIQIQITI-: CLARK PI-IILTI' Blucwiau Licwrs AIVILLTAMS PHILIP RINGIQII MII.nmQn RAII'roN MAIQY D. LANIQ B U SI N ESS A S'.S'lS"l'A N 'IIS' Bovn H. LOGAN ........ Assistant Business Manager F'IucIJIzIucIc M. 'IQHOMPSON . . Assistant Business Manager GI II'rRUnE M, GROXV . . . Assistant Business Manager CARLTON L. SCI-IMOK ....... Assistant Business Manager BU.S'lNl?.S'S' .S'TAIfF CLARK N. BOOTHRY HENIQY W. Woomzuifr SAMIIEL S. ifAUFMAN ALBERT O. PLAMIIECK MATTHliW LAMPORT CLIFFORD W. STUART Roman BAUMAN Ronrarw F. WTENEKE 383 'nm 1919-1920 uxcnmixx DAILY surf The Michigan Daily Tlia' Grvalcxvl Collvgr Daily PAUL Cum.:-:TTR llmmy CAREY Business Manager Managing Editor MARK K. ElIl.llliR'1' C. M. CA Mi-Rici.1. lil-IURGIZ 15Roi-nv Ifditorizils . . . News . . . Assistant . Assistant . Sports .... VVo,mcn's Dcpzirtmcnt . Tele-gmpli . . . ANNR Mt'f3I'RR MARY D. LANE ,Tosmni I N li XVALDO PAUL C. XVi':in-:R SA M inai. LA M I'flR'I' lfI.lZAl!li'l'H XIICKIERY Advertising . . . Credits and Classified Ads Pufblicntion . . . Circulation R. W. LAMBRECHT R. K. CORXVIN Rom-1RT O. KERR lilIlTOlv'lf1l. .S'T!11flf Niglil liclilors EDGAR L. Ricic JOSEPH A, l3iaRNs'rmN Hum! Hrrcncocx . H. -HARDY Hi-Tri . TnD:nAs ADAMs, T .f1.v.vi.vlc1l1l.v G. li. CLARKE 'l'noAiAs ,l. XIV-HINICI N. XV. XVROIIIMSKI fiiliflltflli Rl-.INIIIZL DOROT i i Y Ni'0N'I'I-'0R'l' AIINNIIC NilTSK.'X'l"I' 1? l ISIN lf.S'.S' .Y T!! I 5 l 5 KY i, Lina M. VVODDRU1-'F RENAUII SHICRNVOOD . JOHN I. DAKIN iikl-INVSTER CA M i'inai.i. R0lIliR'l' C. ANc:1cI.i. MARr:1ncRl'i'i4: CLARK nDRN'roN SARGIENT, JR, XX'iNisifRicii liIl'1'l'I'lAN Ruin-:R'r ID. SAGE MARION Nicimi.s F R A NCI-is O IRICR i i m.'rZER FIINA Ai-Ri. R. P. Loviajov . . . 1.l-IGRANII A. GAINDS. MAIQIC B. Covnu. . i'iENRY VVHITING . EDWARD PRIIEI-IS . . . CURT P. SCHNEIDER, R. A. SULLIVAN f1.v.vi.vln1it.v F. M. HICATH D. P. JOYCE SIGMDND IQUNSTADTER Rom. SoMMRRv1u.E T'iAROLD 'LINDSAY ARTHUR L. GLAZER 385 The Wolverine frnie 1010 WVKYl.VICliINlC LAMl'0R'l' l,AMHRI'lCIlT NVICICKS RH'l'I SK'llNlCIDI'1ll MARX MICR! lll'I'l'll SARGICNT COVICLL RUIHNSON lill l,HI'IR'l' FAM l'llI'Tl,T. IHZRETTA Histories of the major'pnhlieations, which are issued through a period of nine months, generally occupy about tliree-qinarters of a page. By the law ol? proportion, the chronicle of Ti-no VVOLVICRINIC, published during the two months of the Summer Session, should he given somewhat less than one-quarter of a page. The 1919 XfVo1.vi2l:INE is largely a reflection of the Summer Session itself. The Session was the largest in the history of the University and Tin-5 MVoi.v1-:inNl-:, in order to keep pace with the increased enrollment, appeared in an enlarged form, six columns snpplanting the former Five. Another innovation, in the form ol two-column editorials, was introduced. 386 H. J. C. The Wolverine Uniz'vr.viIy .SQIIIIIIIICV Sflzool l'afu'r 1 I. ELLSWVORTII RonINsoN BIARK i'iIll.llI-IRT Business Manager NIARK K. El'ILBlCR'I' . . I. ELLswoR'r1-1 RoR1NsoN Culass1zR M. CAMl'I!liI.L . Mlr,'roN MAIIX . . . I'IOXVARD Wialaus . MAll'I'I-TA GURRNSRY . TnoRN'1'oN VV. SARGIQN1' II' NIARK B. Covlcu, . . H. PIETH F. iiERli'I"l'A P. SCHNICIIIICR THE Hf'0LI"1i1VlA'l5 l6lil'Olx"l'lflC.S' EDGAR L. Rlcl-1 SA :xi ul-ir, LA M l'0R'l' lIt1,I.x ii.0l'IiXYUUIl lil 7.S'lNl5.S'.S' .S"l',4l'l' XX u.Lt.xil' X'X'.M'IlS 387 Managing liditor .Xssistn . Nillllilgillg Editor Business lvlamigcr . . City Editor . Associate liditor . Column liditor . XX'omen's Editor . . Issue Editor ut Ihisim-ss NIIIIIHQCI' RoR1':R'r NY. 'lTAx'1.oR F. G. hililll RIFIIAIQII i..'XNllRlff'HT Chimes 'run 1919-1920 MICHIGAN cniml-is s'rArr GREEN SMITH DOXV VAN DUSHN CAMl'lll11l.L UNDICRWOOD TITUS GUIERNSEY CAREY MII.l.AR HOGAN RICISS MCCI,lN'I'0f'K IIURLICY CHAPIN JOHNSON GARDNER MCKEAN CAIJWI-SLI. WEEKS EACH MAN WATIERBURY ATKINSON IVIQS The past year,-the first of the reeonstruction,-has witnessed many changes ill the customs and habits of the Michigan student body. The publications have experienced a number of these changes, and the most notable innovation, perhaps, is The Michigan Chimes. For a number of years there has been expressed a desire to see some sort of a University forum where the student might-express himself on questions of various sorts without fear of suppression. The Michigan Chimes was instituted to satisfy such a need. Along with this general line of expressing student opinion when any was extant, Chimes has endeavored to run articles on all the various questions that have arisen, endeavoriug to treat every such subject as fiully as possible, and suggesting the changes and policies that might prove helpful if carried ont. These policies and changes have, to a great extent, been the ideas of the Executive lioard of Directors, composed of the most representative collection of men and women possible to obtain from the student body, and their collective opinion has been the foundation of the "policy" of the magazine. Besides being a place for the expression of opinion, Chimes has endeavored, by maintaining other features, fiction, illustrations, humor, and poetry, to issue a standard of a modern college monthly publication. The covers have been color sketches of various university scenes, and these, as well as the other features of the magazine have all been kept as local as could be consistently done. In general, Chimes has followed its professed policies as closely as possible, but in so doing, has discovered a number of things. One of these is that campus opinion is not a very live issue, in general, and only in case of some great tragedy, such as a disastrous football season, does it make itself felt in a very permanent way. In order for Chimes to continue in the way for which it was designed it will have to adopt a broader field for its endeavors, will have to receive more whole-hearted support' in a literary way, and will have to be a part of a more general movement to raise Michigan's standard of enjoyment of things worthwhile in a literary way. 388 The Michigan Chimes UIIiz'vr.s'il3I fwllylhillll' of Cfllllf'Il.V Ofvinion WALTI-:R RIEISS JAMES MCCLINTOCK llusincss Manager Managing Editor IiXliCUTlIf"l5 BOARD Ol" IPIRISCTORS JAMES I. McCI,IN'I'ocI:, '2lL ...... . WALTER S. RICISS, '2lL . ..... . . . Editor-iII-Chief Business MaIIager CARL JOIINSON, '20 . . . . President ol the StlldCllt Council CARL T. HOGAN, '20E . . . President of tlIe MiclIigaII Union GEORGE HUltl.l5Y, 'ISL . . General Secretary of the Michigan Union HARRY M. CAREY, '20 . . . Managing Editor of Michigan Daily MARGUERITE CHAI-IN, '20 . . . President of the XNomen's League BRUCE MIl.l.AR, '20 ...... Representative of Mieliigamua DR. PIAROLD P. Sco'I"I' ...... Representative of Quadrangle AIJVISORV BOARD O17 DIRECTORS Presidents of all Senior Classes of the University I'I5R.S'0NNlil. Olf' C'IIlMIiS JAMES I. McCI.IN'rocIc, '2lL .,..... WALTER S. RIIIISS, '2lI ........ LESTER E, WATIQRIIIIRY, '2ll.. . RIQEII BAC:-IMAN, '20 . . MAl!Tl'IA GIIERNSEY, '19 . HOWARID WEEKS, '21 . . . ROIIERT E. MClqliAN, '21 . . . GEORGE R. CAIIWI-:I.I,, JR., '2lL ...... . STUART L. SONNE, '20 ......... EDITO RIA I. ASSISTA NTS . Ed.itor-in-Chief Business Manager . Assistant Editor . . Art Editor . WomeII's Editor . Humor Editor Advertising Manager Circulation Manager . Credit Manager BRUCE VAN LUUSIQN, '22 HRIICIQ M. PLATT, '22 BREWSTER P. CAMI-IIFLL, '22 G. D. EATON, Spec. F. M. SMITH, '22 BOWEN E. SCIIUMAOI-IIQR, '22 THOMAS UNIIIaRwoon, '21 EVERARII B. VVELTON, '22 FREDERICK L. WORCESTER, '22 VVEST H. STEWART BAXTER, '2l BUSINESS ASSISTANTS GALI.oGI.v, '22 MAlIRlCli ATKINSON, '21 FRANK R. MALLEAIIX, '22 GEORGE F. GRI-:IcN, '22 LEONARD THOMAS C. TRUSS, '22 389 B. LEWY, '22 Gargoyle 'rnic 1910-19.20 c:Am:ov1.n sraifl-' SULLIVAN PATTUN HAMMOND KH-IRYER XVOUIJRUFF XVICICKS HETII IIUBACH SARASIIUN l'liIlSlNlI HICKS l'RA'I'IlICR IIACIIMAN NVIHNICR KIMBALL GUILFUII, SEAGICAIIS PIATT IIUl.MQl7lS'l' IHSRRY HICIQGICR S'I'lLICS RIAJOR ATXVUOD The Gargoyle has rollieked through the twelfth year of its printed life. The Stall' feels that it Ihas carried out its mission-'that of making college life more livable. A large circulation attests the approval of the University ol' their efforts. The Gargoyle has an edito1'ial policy'--perhaps rather vague, perhaps rather elastic, hut nevertheless an ideal ol its own. The policy first aims to give its readers what they want in the way of hiumorg secondly it aims to be clean and' clever at once. In this last respect The Gargoyle has tried to set the pace. lor other college humorous publications, and some ol the better contemporaries have shown lavorahle attitud-e toward this movement for clean college humor. A The Gargoyle entered the judge College VVits competition and carried oft' a goodly portion of the honors, ranking highest ol any ol' the VVestern Schools. Next year, it is hoped, greater interest and success will Ire forthcoming. All those who have talent along this line are urged to contribute their most happy thoughts to The Gargoyle for this contest. The success of a publication' such as The Gargoyle is dependent upon the student hotly. Every aspiring writer with a humorous turn of mind, and every artist who can express a clever idea should "come out" for The Gargoyle. He will not only End a vehicle of expression for his ideas, and gain experience with actual pnhlication work, hut will also be a helpful member of the University. 390 7 The Gargoyle I llif'4'r.viIy I',1HIIUI'U1l.t' Illonlhly G1-:uncle 1,l!A'1'l1l'1R Business Man:tgcr 1JoNAl.n IXTAJUH, '20 . IRANCI-is S'rn.lis, '19 . owAmm XX'l1:lcl4s. '21 . SAMIH-11. XVI-irwlcu, '20 '. CARI, llutxioxtv, '21 Insta liovn, '22 C. S1-:.M:li.1xRS XV. Gowlilt A. Aiworm E. CI'1AMl1ICR1.A1N I. NV. IQICLLY 12. Folsns'nzm.ING Svlwxlsv SAleAso1lN, '22 N1I1.'I'tlN Grain!-in, '22 Rom-im' 1'.fx'l"1'oN, '22 1 ANT .S"l'!1lfI" Rmzn HM: n MAN Managing Editor . Assistant . Assistant . Assistant clitur ditor ditoi' . Aft Ffliltll' i'IUN'1'I2R GRlFl"1'l'H, '21 IQICNNETIIA 13lclmx'. '19 CONTlx'll'fUTOlx'.Si L. A'rwoon C. VVOLFIQ H. Hoovieu A. P1A1"r S. R. ROS1CN'I'lI.'X1. M. C. ALIIRICH 1il'.S'l.X'li.S'.S' STJIITF 391 Rnssum. Pnclesrxa, '22 MAIQVICI. 1-Izcics, '22 KVM. MlCII.'X1i1.S, '22 Technic Tlll-I 1910-1020 :ulc:nu:AN 1'r:fllNl4' s'luufl-' LAWSON CURWIN ASIIIUIIII' Sllll'l'Y IIUNTICR DICKINSON GUS'l'Al'SUN PARSHNS 'l'S4'lIAl-XVIII-I IIAIKRISUN A NUUNAIHIUR GROUI' UI" l'I7llI.ll'ATH7N VVORKHHS 392 SI-IIPPY, '21 . The Michigan Technic The Ifngizivrring Collvyi' Qzmrlvrly vs WA1.TPIR '1'scIIAi:cIIIc Business Manager F. W. PARSONS, '20 . W. F. Tsci-IAI-:cIII-3, '20 . J. T. T. H D. S. S. W. L. L. S. N. IJICKINSON, '20 . R. GIIs'I'AIfsON, '21 . . P. SHARP, '21 . W. HUNTER, '21 ASHBOLT, '20 ., . R. HARRISON, '21 . FRIznI-:RICK PARSONS Managing Editor . Managing Editor .Business Manager . Associate Editor . . . Issue Editor . Ass't Associate Editor . . . Alumni Editor . Transitory Slams Editor . . Advertising Manager . Circulation Manager LAWSON, '21 . . Ass't Circulation Mgr. . . Sales Manager . Assignment Editor E. GRIMORY, '22 A. KRlIliGliR, '21 A. G01-:'I'z, '22 A. S'I'AImI.I-:R, '22 HULRIQRT, '22 SCHLR12, '20 R. K, CORWIN, '21 . . D. H. VAN HORN, '21 . .... . ASSISTANTS H. G. McNAMIaIc, '21 G. A. J. STOCK, '22 E- C, N. JOnNs'I'ON, '21 M- G. C. BRETZ, '21 H. M. S1-IAw, '22 P-- C. N. BARNUM, '22 H- ADVISORY BOARD PROF. E. M. BRAGG ..... . - Assr. PROP. A. O. LEE . . Assr. PROF. J. E. EMSWILER . Ass'r. PRoIf. J. R, NELSON . - J. M. DARBAKER . . . - 393 . Chairman . . . . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . . Advisory Editor Pres. Engineering Society Student's Directory Tllli 1919-1920 5'l'l'IH'IN'l'S' nllulgvroax' s'rw1-'lf xmluuson nu.l. l'l-I.I'IU1 wu.1.m:.rs FRHNCII s'r1cwA1e1' l.I4.l. IKAICN rcs limo xwciuu-:I-3 llAX'I 1-za 1f1.1'.1'c11141z nI1.m' VVith the ever increasing numhers of students who entered the University of Micliipgan in the first decade of this century, the need for a puhlication to function as a directory heeame more and more apparent. As late as the year l'Ill7 there had heen no means devised to puhlish the names of those enrolled in all of the various colleges hy the University. There was, for a few years prior to this time, a directory puhlished hy l'. I.. Polk and Company which answered in a slight degree the urgent need for a roster of students. The chief disadvantages of this directory were two in numher: first it was never pnhlished until January, Fehruary, or March ol the year following: the enroll.meut in the University, and second the size of the hook, and the methods used in tahulatiug the information, made it anything hut convenient for reference. In the fall of 1008, under direction of the l'nix'ersity Y. M. Cf. A., and the direct supervision of Carl Smith, the First efforts toward puhlishing a directory hy the students were made. Inasmuch as no registration card system for compiling information for the directory had heen made use of, the data, had, hy necessity, to he ohtaiued from a house to house canvass and this information checked and compared with the enrollment records in the Secretary's office of the University. 'l'o cover the entire student hody proved to he a most difficult task entailing miuch ti.me and persistent effort. ' After the copy was prepared and edited for the press, the prohlem as to what form should be used in printing athe information arose. lt was decided that all of the data for each student should appear on one line and that the completed hook was to he of 'convenient pocket size. It is said that these two aims were accomplished hy Carl Adams '08, the first Business Manager, who was the only student official in charge of the publication. 'l'here was no managing editor at that time. 394 The Official, Studentsf, Directory Published During A70'lJEM1fII01' V I , . ALAN KING Business Manager STEWART BAXTER ' Ma4naging Editor ASSISTANT B U.S'IN15.S'.S' MANA GHRS ROBERT B. FRENCI-1, '21 Flualn-zlelcli J. P1f1.1'm:, '2lE ,'1.S'.S'OffI.4 T15 12121 TO NS JOHN R. REILLY, '21I2 W11.L1AM R. 1-l'AmusoN, '21E L1aw1s R. XN11.r.1AMs, '22 ICIJITORIAI. .S'TAIf!7 FRANK H. LEE, JR., '22 HIRALI E. BOND, '22 Joi-IN A. S'r1awAR'1', '21 FRANQIQS Bucnuzlzla, ' Eswllau BARNES, '20 Romam' F. WIIQNEIQE, '22 'F1.ouA KIQLLY, '22 21 BUSlN1f.S'S STAIJIV E- C- HILL, J. BACON, ,ZZ F. I.. MCPIAIATI., 395 Z1 The Athletic Program ARTHUR Zum.:-:R l'ImmAN AUGUST Business Manager Managing Editor If U Sl NE SS S TA I "1" Glsoumc O. Buovuy Mu,'1'oN ATLAS SIDNEY SARASUUN MARCUS G1Nsuunc: EDITORIAL ,S'TAF1" Louis GO'l'TI.lIiB More RA'l"I'Nl'IIl B1s'r'1'Y GRATTON I30R0'I'lll'lA Comxfom Kl'2I.SliY Gumvou, 396 The Michigan Alumnus VYILFREIJ-B. SHAW, '04 .... . . . Editor CA'l'HliRlNIE D. W1iN1.Y,"l6 .i .i . . Assistant Editor I-IAm.iaY L. SIENSIQMARN, '11,'A.M. '15 .... - . . Necrology Euvrme D, lVIl'l'C1-,lIi,l.I. -'12, Director of Intramural Sports . . Athletics NV1l.l.lAM F. ANGELL, '21 ........... Assistant THE MlC11ItiAN ALUMNUS is published on the l51li of each month, except July and Sep- tember, in connection with the University of Michigan in the interests of tl1e Alumni. The Alumni -Association of the University of' Michigan V . TI-IE. BOARD Ol' DIRECTORS 'V1c'roR Huoo LANE '74e,' 78l,' Ann Arbor, Michigan 5 .' ' . President Louis PARKER JOCPZLYN,'i87,'Al1I1 Arbor, Michigan . . Secretary - Go'r'rH12LF CARL Human, '87m, Ann Arbor, Michigan .' . . Treasurer' HENllY,WOOLSlEY Dour:1.'As, '90e,'Ann Arbor, Michigan ' , '- DAv1n EQ HEINICMAN, '87, 'Detroit, Michigan ' ' ' ELSIE JONES Coowv, '88, Ann' Arbor, Michigan . . General Secretary HENRY E. BODMAN, '96, Detroit, Michigan WILFRED B. SHAW, '04 .... EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE ALUMNI ADVISORY COUNCIL JAMES R. ANGELI., '90 Cappointed at largej, Secy. of the Committee University of Chicago EARL D. BABST, '93, 941 ............ New York City LANVRENCE NIAXWELI., '74, LL. D. '04 ......... Cincinnati, Ohio WAr.'l'lclz S. Russian, '75 ....... . . Detroit, Mich. JAMES M. Cuosuv, '9lc ........ Grand Rapids, Mich. Pnoifizssou G. CARL Human, '87m, fappointed at largej . . Ann Arbor, Mich. DUANE E, Fox, '81 ......... . Washington, D. C. 397 N '-"' 1 - 'W 1 , ' 5: 5,5 , 'Ehe M'ic'li-igani Law" Review RALfPH OW. 'AIGLER ' 4 .' .' J J J, . Editor-in-Chicf ' 1 . ASSGCIA'TE 'EDITORS A A - HENRY M. BATES ' ' h I ' JOSEPH H- DRAKE EDWIN C. GODIJARD JOHN B. WAITE EDSON R. SUNDISRLANIJ STUDENT 'EDITORS LESTER VVATJICRBKJRY ...... 11131103 FRANK C.. PA'l"l'ERSON Michigan HAROLID M. SHAPIRO Michigan HAROLD R. SMITH . Michigan MOIiSE D. CAM I'1xEI.L Michigan ROIJLA. L. CARPENTER Michigan Louis IQAWIN . . Michigan LISLE L. POLLOCK . Michigan WINTER N. SNOW . Maine ROBERT G. DAY . . Ohio HENICY I.. EAGIER . . Kentucky GEORGE H. Til!!-1'I'ZSCl-IMAR . Michigan LEWIS H. MA'l"i'lillN . Ohio BEN B. MATTHEWS Arkansas JESSE M. SEABRIGHT . Ohio ARvIn B, TANNIER . . Minnesota ALAN W. Bovn . Indiana 398 X Wx su. JUIC llliRNS'I'I'lN ANI! HUZ l'AMI'llI-'ll l'lXV 'l'llli Sl'l'I'I.IiMI-iN'l' I X V . t x v . . ,K tx -A. ftqg "' 1 u , va. , 4. v 4 , .- . Qx bgad, ,. Q ff 1 ""x.,, ,.-' - l'll RH 'li UN 'I'Ill'I IIIQSK XVI'I'll A 'NIU-INVII IIULI-1 .XNIY NU l'lll7IH'll NICXYS cf. "IT PAYS TU AIlYI'Ii'l'lSI-.U hlzlu ll'XAh .409 1 GAIN!-IS 400 V F The University of Michigan Band H. F. S'm'1'ziil4 . VV. G, Lnsn . . XVINFRICII WILSON . JOHN R. BRUMM . E. 12. l.VTlCRI!Il.l. . . I'ic'c0l0.r H. V. Pruclm, 'Z1L D, M. Teal 'ZIIJ C1l'l?'ilIl'lS H. T. NVinsmi-ns, 'ZOE M. R. Fox, 'ZOE J. H. Mutchler, '21 G. H. Cummings, '21 H. S. Sherman, '2l1i E. H. Beernink, '21M W. H. Seeley, '22lf R. A. Cowels, 'ZZIZ C. Harlmst, '2012 FU!" Sayner, 'ZOE E. Jacobs, '21 J. F. Boiny, 'ZZE Sf1.l'0fP1l0Ilt'.S' S. I. Ruliley, 'ZOM T. 13. Lnmgcly 1-T. P. MCNH11fJ,l1tfll1, 'ZIE R. A. Mclver, '20 G. F. Green, '22 R. W. S'CVC1'11llCC', '20 J. E, VVilli:1n1S, '22lS liaxsoon E. T. Griffins, 'ZZ Long Drum F. H, Pierce, 'ZZD Tiwzfwaui TJ. E. Rhodes, '21 G K. F. n. 11. w H w ic. 12. VV M. 19. I. C, 12. V. N. XV H. P. K . W' R . NV. OFFICERS Olllll'J' NV. Collins, Grad D. Horn, '22 C'orn.el.r li. Thomas, 'ZZ J. Hillier, 'ZOP F. Merner, 'Z1l. G. Linsli, '20I,. A. llrinker, '21li P. Lyons, '22lfI F. Merrill, 'ZUM M. Apple, '21 Tirlfas J. Sclianck, '2lE li. Conklin, 'ZlL j. Porter, '21 T7'1!flllf7l'1.T H. Uowinie, 2112 Sclineicler, '22 M. Beresford, '22 T. Qlolinston, '20 C. F. R. P. P. G. Fliegcl, '231' Blzlisclell, '2lT. liarilmmv Every, 'ZOE Paine, '2lD Side l7r1mz.r Tones. '23M' Conklin, '22 V. Smith, 'ZZL Klzlmlciz, '23M 402 . President . Vice-President . . Conductor . Faculty M2l1IZ1gC1' Assistant Cumluctor B 171111 Ha.r.vl'.Y li. NVisl11'o1ip, 'ZZM M. D, .l-licks, 'ZZE TlJ'UHl!70llt'.l' H. I". Slotzer, '20 N. VV. liclcly, 'ZU il. Tliorliurn, '20l ,l. 13. Miller, 'ZJM H. C. Seeley, 'Zlli lf. M, Smith, '22 C. C. Rhodes, 'Z112 G. C. Brown, 'ZOE Solo lfufflmnium. M. 13. Marlin, '20lJ Cynllzals Uri A. Carpenter, '22M l'Iorn.r P. Mason, '21 G. li. Korten, '2112 I. F. Sanders, 'Z3M W. C, lillet, '21M O. C. Slicrrick, '20 A. F. Heyl, '23M 7? If Fla! Ba..v.nf.r A. R. Wagner, 'ZIA J. O. Mory, '22 Drmn. Mnfor 171. A. Osiris, '2lM J Minies of the Michigan Union KANN IHA MUNI? MASON Ivll' IIONAIJI TSC' IlAl'Il'llI'I STOTZI R TOXVAR lllNWIIllllI RICNNA Ill NV! I1 IIXRYIS HOIlI'RIlk DUIIHID NKSII FAYURITI IIINSIIXW MIRRIIIIIS Prcsiclcnt . . Vice-P1'c-sidcllt . . Secrn-tary-'Ix1'c:1s111'c1' CARI. T. HQRQAN ll. KNR:u'r M1RRll-:Ll-1 F. CORT .HELL RALPH GAUIJI' TIARRY ISHN N I'1'l"l' K1-:M R K1-:RNA PAUL 'l'. QIIAIQIQY PAUL I3. VVILSON GEORGE Rom:l4:RS, CLAYTON S. SIIOIQMA Russian, C. ISARNRS NVALT1-:R S. Rucss MA'l"l'lfIl'IXA' S. 'I'mvAR GEORGE iJlYlfl'lIiI.Il I'.S K ICR Ol'I"lC,'IiR.S' . . . XV1l.1,lA M P. FAvoR1'1'1 . . . . lJAvln ll. NASI !lL'Y'lI'l5 11fllillllflflf.S' Rlilili BACH MAN ARQIIII5 IJ. lVlclJuNAI,n CARI. H, NIASON I'1ll1.1.lR lJlAAmNn XNAl,'l'l'lR 'l'scl1.xlf:cul I-2 NIICRLI-I W. KANN I-lARol.u lf. S'1'o'rz1-:R XN'lm.lAm A. L1-:VrzlNr:1-:R GICURGIH H. RODICRICK GILI!IiR'I' l'. SUIAI-'I-:R Hum BRAUN VIOIIN R. Rlclmv Wn.l,1Am R. FRAZI-:R l7!lC'Ul'.7'V MlfMl?l5R.S' H,liNRl 'l'. A. D11 L. HHS Al,llliR'l' A. S'rANI.1cv FRICDICRICK N. SCO'l"I' W1m.1AM C. 'I'l'rcmwn Lows STRAUSS NVl1.I.l.Ax-1 A. FRAVI-:R IOIIN R. BRUMM 403 NVILLIAM XV. IIINSHAW, JR UXIXIERSITY OF MICHIGAN GLEE AND XIANDOLIN CLVI H TTREIJ li. Ari0'I'l.liY CARL- H, Mason Clmnuzs R. Osins University of Michigan Glee and Mandolin Club ' Ol7lflC'liR.S' R , I . . Giaoudls A. CADWELI., IRQ . TTIUGHQ W. 1'Tl'lfCl-ICOCK . Cum' P. SCHNIEIIJER . Gounon- Gonmsv TLARL V.' Moomc ROBICRT A. CAM1'u1c1.r. . W. Lrovn KICMI' Louis J. Sl'HlNllLER . ' , Russicm. Calman 01.1211 lJ1'k'SlC.lCl1t ' Vice-President ' A . M anager .. Assistant Manager, Tickets Assistant Manager, Publicity . Assistant Manager, Advertising -. A '. Assistant Manager, Office Faculty Manager . Faculty Representative Glee Club Representative Mandolin Club Representative Cl. l ll? A . Direcitor, lluxvlp D. Nasir . . . . . . Leader B. A. G.x1n.iNc:Housia .... . . .- - .- Aeeompanist Firxt Tvnonv Sftflllld TCIIOVS liir.vl.l3a.v.w.v Second iBa.v.re.r P. Upton L. li. Holley C. U. lrlarton S. B. Daume J. H. Failing' F.VGoungry IJ. ll. Nash C. lillet ,R-, A' Mayer Il. C. Marwiinske P. J. Beatty C. DL Hixon 1-I, G, Vvhitcoynly H. C. Walser L. G. Crocker W. L.. Kemp K Wi. L. Fuller R. I. Wieneke F. S. Rosen' C. H. Mason C, C, MCCQ1-mick C.1F. Wells M.,W'. Scliolield VV. M. Mackensen C, M, Wimhleg WL l-l. Zurner l-I. J, Schlee ' C. P. Martzloff ' E. S. Kingsferd E- Swanson W. M. Simpson C. R. Os-ius, Jr. ' H. P. Wagner M, Rattner J. S. Wiolfestein R, D, Smith B, ,Ferneau H. E. Ramsey E. R. VCl'l10l1 A J. F. Walker P. R. Wilson A. F. Nissly G. K. Swartz T, I. Underwood C. V. W'ieker L. F. Meilander A. F. Shirmer ll, D, Tubbs F. W. Dunn A. J. Good N. G. Salter If, R, Stormi- T. C. Anderson H. D. Fullerton O. W. 'Rush W. C. Martini R. C, Angell I. H. Friedman. L. IR. Roclenberg R, B, Mm-glmll ' C. F Butler J. H. Fasket C. J. Hutton F. R. Malleaux C. F. Crowley G. W, Emery 5- L- Hllflfl C. F.Galloway S. S. Hawkes P. N. liaton S. S. listerlield N. H. Buell A, IE. lskowitz G. E. Clarke , R7 l1121ll8'C1' L. R. Dutton K. . Petrie ll. G. Clapham ' W. B. Cllenoeweth, M. Atlas E. M. Stevens H, P. Bennett R. S. Buol W.. H. Wise F. L. Marfel L. F. Bates W. H. Johnstone F. A. Wills A. L, Wlingard P. O. Avery V. A. Lancaster li. T. ,Tones A. .Friedman B. Badie I. M. Bailey , J- R: Gabell " IJ. L. Lawrence . J, A. Darscy L. P. Rennell lx. Keena M. FI. McGowan ll-I.fl:VDOI.IN CLUB TIRANK A. 'llxnon .......... . . Director H. T. CTmzsoN . .p ...., .... . . Leader First Mandolins F. T. Hawley C. ll. Garlock E. T. Furey G. C. Bown C. li. Hammond S. W'. lmnierman H, B. Hincliman Ig M001-nwell E. T. Jones L. F. Laverty S. F. Perry ll. L. Corson VV. C. Mateliett E, A. Maelioll I. C. Geniesse P. G. Freeman H. ll. Seeley Flute r H. Sunley R. D. Patton C. Sturmer H. V. Pruclia M. D. Hicks J. Sehoerger VK. D, Bond Cello IRQ, Khuen C. L. Scllmok R. A, Cowles li, A. Osins . , C. H. Mason T. VV'hinery D Violin Ja::l'1a110 li, L. Nowlen N, W. Bourne B. H. Bronson I. S. Wilson H. Sumey R. C. Wolfe l511lr'rfr1im'r.v Tlzflfl-V G. True U, A. Carpenter T. A. Hart VV. G. Conlxn Manda Cello Mandala T. T. Sanborn C. H. Donneley C. V. W'icker Guitmzv J. F. Boiee Third Mandolins F. li. Motley R. Duliois F, C. P. Davis W. Collier 405 ALBIZRT A. STANLEY, John R. Adams Margaret E. Addison Lucy M. Alber Gcneviv'c C. Alger Elizabeth M. Ambrose .Kingsly S. Anderson Prudence E. Appleton Allen E. Arnold Frederick P. Arthur Harry J. Baker Robert H. Baker Mrs. H. J. Baker Helen M. Baker Alfred G. Barth Margaret R. Barton Anna S. Barton Carl O. Barton Theresa H. Bateman! Frederick Bauer Mrs. Pearl M. Bay Philip J. Beatty Louise S. Becker Harold E. Belles Myrtle A. Behm Weldon G. Bettens llarvey J. Bisbee Helen M. Blain John D. Bond Octs K. Bouwsma Hilda C. Bowen Paul S. Brady Lionel G. Brenner Bertrand H. Bronson Raymond P. Brooks Mrs. R. P. Brooks Cora A. Brown Mrs. W. D. Brown George M. Brown Forman G. Brown Mrs. Thomas D. Buchanan Harold W. Buck William M. Buckley Edward Buckner Miriam J. Buck Harry L. Burnett William E. Burr Marie G. Burg Margaret E. Burnham Mrs. A. Bush Bernice G. Bush Florence K. Butler Lucile M. Buzzo Helen G. Cady Gertrude Carlyon Lillia M. Carter Russell Carter Cecilia Caspari Mrs. A. E. Chenoweth William B. Chenoweth Ruth E. Clancy DeWitt M. Coburn Charlotte A. Cochrane Lois M. Cochran Neil E. Cook Gertrude E. Collins Mildred G. Cock Mary Conn Horatia J. Corbin Ruby D. Cozad John R. Crissman Margaret C. Crittenden Florence Crozier Belle Davenport Mary O. Davis Robert R. Dieterle Amelia M. Disderide Buehlah Davis University Choral Union M. A., Mus. 1.7. Conductor DOllU'F'lIY NVIN Mabel H. DeVine Esther L.' Dorrance Edna R. -Doughty Egbert Doughty Esther M. Dunham Helena M. Dyason Nelson W. Eddy Mrs. Wm. H. Egly Helen M. Elliott Margaret M. Elliott George W. Emery Carrie Fairchild Katherine Farrah Anna M. Fenton Allen L. Fenton Bernard F. Ferman Bertha W. Field Shirley E. Field Byron F. Field Mrs. M. E. Fisher Eloise Fitch Marie C. Frieland George K. Forrester Norma A. Fuller Anna E. Gabler Richmond P. Gardner Burton A. Garlinghouse Wayne H. Garrett Louise L. Gaylord Merle L. Gee Edmund D. Giougue Irene S. Gillett- James D. Glunt Florence W. Green Burton G. Grinn Mrs. A. M. Gustine Julius W. l-laab J. F. Habegger Myrtle I. I-Iall Arthur G. Hall l-larry A. Hall Hazel S. Haller James Hamilton Elbert D. Haskins Robert C. Hathaway Camilla L. Hayden Dudley L. I-lays Helen D. I-Iaymaker Lenno R. Higgs Alice B. 1-linkson Florence C. Henrenway Lillian B. Hertler John C. I-Iertle Thelma M. Hohmes Esther D. Hollands Dorothy F. Hollis Josephine M. Holmes Esther T. Hood Esther M. Hitchkiss Keizo Horiuchi S. Lislie l-ludd Enid E. Hough Allis F. Hussey Russell C. Hussey Doris Howe Nora Hunt, Carrie B. Immel Aaron E. Iskowitz Esther B. Jones Nellis M. Kahoc Marion J. Kapp Earl Keim VVilliam J. Kennick James P. Kerr Eva K. Kilpatrick Maude C. Kleyn William C. Knox Emu. V. Mooarz, M. ics, AL'!.'0HlIl!llll'.9l Wilma. Krabble E Eunice Kraft Bessie C. Krasa llenriette L. Kuieck Lucian Lane . lna P, Langworthy Francis P. Lourim Victor E. Legg' Will E. Legg Rose LeMay Lehman Louise Lambertson Raymond P. Lewis Olive E. Lockwood Velma E. Louckes Edith R. Love Carolyn E. Lovewell Anna E. Ludwig . Mt's. Esther Lyons Lawrence Mack Katherine S. Macliridc Greta F. MacDougaIl Helen MacGregory Madeline L. MacGregor listella G. Mackensen llelen L. MaeLaren Donald M. Major llclen L. Marshall Angelrette E. Martin F. R. Mason Perry Mason Henry A. Melloehe Harry G. Mershon Edward C. McCobb Robert J. McCandliss Jeanne I. McPherson Ronald Miller Daniel J. Miller Irving B. Millet' C. Lee Mills John A. Mooney Marthr E. Mornett Helen A. Munson Frank E. Murdock Mary C. Nelson Erwin E. Nelson Mrs. J. H. Nichans Marion Nichols Bernice Nickels Julius H. Niehaus Charles H. Newman Dudley Newton Bertha S. Ohlinger Grace Ohlmacher Alice G. Olrich Elva A. Olsen Joseph A. Packard Edward F. Parson Evelyn L. Pitkin Mrs. Percy L. Potter Kathryn 'l'. Potter Mabel Powell Mrs. Parson Price Catherine E. M. Purtell Cora L. Ravn Blanche H. Robison Evelyn F. Rockwell Mrs. F. S. Rockwell Alice E. Rominger Helen T. Rose Bernice B. Rowe Florence M. Reilley Leo P. Rennell Grace C. Richards Karl F. Rintlelhardt Edith M. Ritchey Frances H. Ritchey Maude S. Rufus Telford M. Rygh 406 A. AJ.Y1:.i'lU11l Conductor Mildred ll. Safford Helen S. Safford lrwin J. Sanborn Ralph Sarager Joseph Satterthwaite Ruth A. Scheidler Evelyn H. Scholl Irma Schrieber 1ren'e L. Schultz Eva I. Shimp o Florence A. Shirey Mildred P. Sherman Irene H. Skinner Hiram L. Sloanaker Carrie C. Smith Mrs. Carl 1-1. Smith Paul A. Snith Richard D. Smith Otto Stahl Esther L. Stalker Joyce M. Stedman Charles B. Stcgner Anna M. Stephenson Clarence E. Stevens John L. Stinson Ruth M. Stiller Kathryn R. Strong Blair K. Swartz Ralph T. Swezey Herbert F. Taggart Agner L. Thompson Florence O. Thompson. Nellie T. 'l'hornton E. Marion Treleven Mildred Tremper Katherine B. Tremper Susanne B. Trible Mary J. Tinsman lloward D. Tubb Robert S. Tubbs NVilliam I-I. Turner Wilhelmina M. Ulrich Arthur J. Underwood Irene VanSlyke Evelyn Van Tyne Ora L. Vonliwegen William A. Vignetto Florence Walker Egbert l-1. Walker Mrs. Walker M. E. L. Watts Erich A. Walter Jesse F. Warner Josephine L. Walsh Karl G. Weisenreder Wanda H. Weske Rex J. Wells Marjorie I. West Margaret E. Wetzel C. V. Wicker Marion C.' Wier Gordon D. Wier George D. Wilner Ruth I. Wilson Hazel E. Wiltsee L. D. Wines . Mary B. Wines Raymond L. Wheaton Myrtle M. Whitei Franklyn R. White' Mrs. E. R. Wightman I-lazel M. Whitling Bryan A. Wolfe Helen H. Wolfe Clifford C. Wood Corinne F. Woodworth Annie M. Young -Q rig P ll IC l.1. BARN!-'S XVI lilllllx M LMTMN IR " A"'i""' A Thr nilmmw .THE MIMES OF The University of Michigan ' PRODUCE Their Tfzirteenth Annual Opera ' "GEORGE DID IT" "Tha Ofwra l1iY0l'1'v11I" IN TWO ACTS AND AN IN'l'IiRl.UDIi i IC. Mrmwrlml-zu Suwrlcu The Dirrvlm' ' 407 Willa1'd Robertson john. Sanborn . Homer Beebe . VVilliam Bradfield Daisy Gardner . Virginia Sherman Myrtle 'MacGowan Caroline Simpson Mary Campbell Hi Simpson" . Deuteronomy . Peter Cartwright U H Tiny" Gtuggenheim Deacon Henderson . Ann Henderson George Cameron "George Did, It" CA 5 T Act' I STUDENTS-Edward F. Moore, LaMott Bates, Fitzhugh L. Brewer, Harry A, NVch ster, Reginald J. Jeavons, Frederick W. Sullivan. . Reed Bachman . Harold T. Hall . George .Dutlicld . Charles li. Price . Jack P. Holden . Irwin T. Sanborn . Karl H. Velde . . Ccilan Rorick Laurence Van Ness . Tho-mas A..Hart . .Chester Chopp Thomas J. Underwood . Paul W. Eaton . Edwin S. Larsen . Paul R. VVilson . . . Kemp Keena CONSTABLES-Lee Anderson, John Dakin, Arthur Holmes, Leo Rennell. TOWN GIRLS-Harold Lauver, Matthew Lamport, Craig Ferguson, George lf. Stone Mirlowe E. Stevens, James A. Spence, VVilliam Butterfield, Marland li. Small, Ch ulcs L Cruikshank, Edmund H. Fox. 4 Aer II Governor Cameron CGeorge Cameron oi Act U ..,. ........ K einp lsleena George Cameron, Jr. fHis Grandsonb ............... .... A lbert F. Schirmer Tom CHis Friendl ...................... ......... .... . . .Knight Mirrielees Mrs. Morrison fAnn Henderson oi Act ID .......... 4' ....... Paul R. Wilsoii Ann fHer Niecej ........................,.................... Harold Lauver Bill Jones CPolitician and Moving Picture Promoterj ........ john S. VVilson Olga Katushkavitch iMovie Vampirel ........................ George DuFfield ,Tack Dalton ............................ .... Thomas A. Hart Butler ................................ .. ladwin S. Larsen Guests, etc. Prologzzv "DAYS OF LONG AGO" . -- by Gordon l.oud, VVilliam' H. Turner, Morrison Scofield, Philip lf. Ringer ., Interlude : George Cameron, jr. CGrands0n of George Cameron of Act ID ...... Albert li. Schniict Tom CI-lis Friend and Nephew of Ann Henderson ol' Act Tj ...... .... l Cnight Miriielccs Mis. Morrison CAnn Henderson ol' Aet IJ ..................... .... T 'aul R. VVtlson Students, Guests, etc. 408 URLSIE lfAMl'IRUN-KICMI' KEICNA ANN llI-INDICRIQUN--l'AUI. R. XVILSON Ill SlMl'S0N-Tll0:X11X5 A. HART CAST mf 'run 1020 BTICIIIGAN UNIHN OI'I'1l!4K, "Glenna:-2 Dm I'1"' 409 .1 Aida. HQIIUN LOUD OLGA KATUSIIKAVITCII-GICHIKIIC IJUFFII-II.D -I MA'l"l'I!EW LAMPORT AND PIIILII' RINGER AVK ' x IIOLIHQN Opera Committees t9c11c1'z11 l3i1'ceto1' ........, IC. M011'1'1M1c11 S11U'1'1s11 Musical Ilircctor . . . . .IiA11I. V. M110111 'r1'C2lh111'C1' ............. Homer L. Heath Gcncrnl C11:1i1'111:111 ....,... -W11.1.1A111 A. 1.151'1'z1Nrs11:1e '20 fl.S'.S'lS7'f41V'l'S TO Tllli tili1X'lilC.fll. C'lflAll1'!l'IA1V Ro111c11'1' C1111N111.1-Lv, '21lC 1i111v1N 1i1z1711ac:1-111, '211i 1111111-:11'1' Mt'1i1':.1xN, 21 Stage M:111:1gu1' ........ V1'l1.1.lAM 1'. 17Av41111'1'1:, 'ZOE A.1'.1'1.YftIllf.1' R1c11A1e11 K11111cN, '21 ti11v S1-1111':1x1A141f:1:, '211E R. O. K1-21111, '22 Muster 111 1'r1111c1'tic-s . ...... S'1'1'A11'1' 13. S1111'1'1f1, '21E .'1.1'.1'1.vlr111l.1' 11111111 11, 1.111:AN, '21 1'11c11111: M1'1.r111'r11, '21 C, M. 111111'1'1111Y, M1lS1l'1' 111 C11st11111cs ...... . . NN. VV. l'1iA'l"l'11i, 'ZIE f1.v.vi.vlr111l.v 19111111 '1'111111111sr1N, '221, Rr1111c11'1' M. K1':1e1z, '21 C11:1i1'm:111 of P11.111iCity Committee . . ,4.v.1'i.1tn11l.v L11:1c WVf1r11111111r1f, '21 111111153 K1cNN1a11Y, '21 C11Z111'111Z111 of P1'c1g1':1111 Committee . . . !l.v.vi.vlr111l.v 'l'11cN11v X1V111'1'1Nr:, '21 MARK Cr1v1c1.1., '211? S111N1cY SA11As1111N Master ot' Milli?-1117 ...... .4.v.1'1'.1'l11 II l .1 Ti. K. A11Ms'1'110Nr1, '21 C11ai1'ma11 ot' Music Cornrnittcc . . '. . 17111111 N1Vr111c1cs'1'1c11, '22 W. 12. 13AN111aM1c11. '22 . C111css1a11 CA1111-111c1.1., .1r1s1f:1-11 H1511 N S'I'1i1 N, '22 '1'11r111N'1'c1N SA11f:1aN1', '22 . M11mzAvGA1111N1211, 12111111612 GR1zc:f111v '22 1i11wA1111 1'1111c11s, '22 1,2 . K1c11S11Aw HA111v1S 1711A NK 1,1215 '22 '21 'ZOE 'ZOE . . 1.01115 Sc111Nr11.121z, 'ZOE A.1'.VI'.Vff1lIf HOWA1111 WEEKS, '21 Electrician ........... ALAN 17. K1NG fl.-'.1'i.1'lr111I.v D11m111N T.c1N1:1cN1cC1c1e11, '211i Mt11lR1S N011C'f1I', '2212 411 1 '2012 Michigan Union Orchestra Ol"l"lC'lilx'.S' . '.1V1'onmf1 . . . . . Uiugtoi lxlu X 11 S Su Q. Q lclexmx . . . . . N1111l1.,L1 IJ. IJ. Atkinson, '221i 12. F. lincon, '22 lf. J. 1iil1'k1111l1l, '21 L. B. liurclick, '21 W1 IJ. Christie, '211C bl. 15. Comiu, '21 R. A. Cowles, 221i A. Davis, '201C M. R. Fox, Grzul. C. Gitlin, '23M H. Hcrmzui, '21 11. ,l. Hillicr, '1S1' Himmclstcin, '22 S. NV. S. Kilpatrick, 'ZOE VVm. Kl'111f.1'C1', '23M R. Loullshury, '22 XV. 1'. Lyons, '221f 11. NIIISOI1, '21 !1lliMls'lilx',S' 412 H . W H. . VV IJ C. C. C". C. NV I-I . H. H. I J. 1: W I, Jf M. 1"l'1Cl1111Ill1, '21I Moore, '221i -I. Morton, '231C IJ. Ogdcu, '23 Pakcs, '22 13. 11'icl'cc, '20 Reicluler, '221J Rhotlcs, '2.11f P. Sclulcidcr, '22 H. Scclcy, '221f S. Shcrmzm, '211i 17. Stolzcr, '20 H. S11'ykCl' M. 'l'4::1l, '211J 13. ri'1lOl11IlS, '22 S. Tscliaeclic, '201 XX':L1kcm, '21 li. NX"i11i:1ms, '22lC 5544, U. of M. Comedy Club Mi NUR I-I-:izs1Nc: CA M l'nici.i. mrl-1 HART VAN NORMAN c:A1u.1Nnlrnus1c sxurn KICMI' I Xl ml nxrn xf:A'rwi. meA'rTuN ,mvuns num nl rn nr 41 lm I Ill, KIIINKMAN vlakilzx lllwm' FORSXIII NAPIIR INIINIIIID DAVIIS Alice Grey Col. Grey . Amy . . Cosmo . Genevra . Steve Rollo Richurclsun Syhil . . Marie . Footman Frank Andrus joseph A. Avery Marion Bath Naomi Bradley Frank Bnechner Helen G. Cady W. Phillip Campbell john C. Carey Alice Comfort lflwyn G. Davies Paul liaton Carrie Fairehilcl Alice Sit-by-the-Fire liv J. M. lifxmul- C 'fl YT rlllillllflilfb' Richard A. Forsyth Burton Garlinghouse Helly Gratton lfdvvarcl l-laan 'l'homas A. Hart Mildred Henry H. Hardy l-leth Alhert C. ,laeohs lsahel Kemp Rieharcl lihuen W""hew Larmport Vl'illrecl l.aurie XValter Riess 413 . RUTII NIINOR . A1.mslrr nlAcons . Nllhllklill I'IliNRY . NlA'I"l'lII'IXV l-AMI'0R'l' . . . ISARIEI. Kimi' . ELWYN G. IDAVIICS . . ANNA MCGURK l'lARRIl"'I' XIVOOIIRUFF Xl A IQ-IDR I I-1 VA N Noam AN . . I'leANl4 ANllllllS Anna MeGurk Ruth Minor Caroline Napier David ll. Nash lilizaheth Oakes Russell ljL'l'SlIIQ' lidgar .l.. Rice Paul A. Shinkman Carrie Smith Marjorie VanNorman lilizaheth Viekcry Harriet XVourlwortl1 Cast of Ccrclc Francais Play "Nos Intimesn Comedy Club's "Green Stockings" Cast ll IIAYIIS HXKIS ANIIRVS 'FH IIAN N ILQTI' I4 VAIXY llA'I'Il I X 41-1 The Unixtersity of Michigan Dramatic Society Presents ' "Red Feather" 415 U. of M. Classical Club GII"I:UICIl SIVJIIN IIUIIN I FIIIITZIC KICRN TITIIIIS RI-IIESIC XIURIIIINI KNN IIRXNII XIIIIIR ,IUUST HI XIII YUNIIIK IIARRI IIOLIISTICIN RKXNUX III! I I ll IxI.0liKI'1 X KN Ill NNI-I 4 XII IVI R 1'lll.IlX lllIOIII'.S SI IHIANI -IAVUIIN l IIIIII YIIR IIIAN1 NIISSIINCIR IxlIlIxI'A'I'I!ICk Adelaide Adams Marion Ames tieraldine Ilrasie Mary llarlrer Margaret lit-ek Mary lilongli Iilsie Butts Barbara llaker ,lean Burr Aliee lllair Irene Cralrh XY. li. Chidester . A. VV. C-nrtze Sadie Cnesson George Carlson Marjory Deam George Dnllield Charlotte M. Field Violet Foster Marie Gaertner I. Allen Goldstein Martin S. Goldring May Graliek Alta Gifford Rolmert D. I-Torn ,llliilllHilx'.S' Harold C. Hunt Ilertlia C. llerbst ,lnlins I". Iluehner Mary Ii. Harris Ada .Ioost Albert C. ,laeolis j. li, johnson john Ci. jones Carline Iileeke Madalyn Kirkpatrick Wilfred Laurie Helen A. l-eVene XVilliam Messinger Iilinor Mnllet Mary li. Miller O. C. Miehelman Martha MacLean Catherine Miller Martha Madison Floella Mackay Madge Newlin lilizalmeth Oakes Madge Perrin Russell D. Parr Ililda I.. Rayson 416 Iflorenee R. Rhodes lissie Reese Mrs. lfern Rielltig l.yda Rideont lflorenee Shiery Clara Sharpe Martha C. Shepard Ruth Sergeant Francis Swain Arthnr Stiles lidna Stevens Marion Sanders Robert 'l'nlihs James Undert'.'ood Adele Unger Mary Van lleinse lidna Vosper I-lc-len Vogel Mnriel lNrii5l1t David IJ, XVatts losephine VValdo Lt-la M. Witlcr Victoria Vllnrdelmann George B. VVilson Katherine Smith The Mucl1'AWoo'd Maiden Presented by the U. of M. Classical Club 41 wav-o-'-.fgnih I III" hIU'I'I.I4'II I l'Alf'I'I"'I'TI" Th:- LIIINQINIIY ul NIICIIILLSIII l'llIUll fl' Almuzml I llfll'l' l'. ll'llli- l'll.l.lf" VV:ls SIIUUCNR I'QYl'I'j' ,Xml "Sl:n'1'm-ml 418 vv "s.xNnv 'HQ' s...D 'I'-'s gs-,z , s I c'5,2z1Ma1w1-Q The Oratorical Association IMIQZS 'I' I: U IC CONNICIJ. IIIIS WATTS MCC l lil IIINIII TRUIZBLUUIJ BRANIVI' QMVI Il IUI I Oi lx CUIL1 UH' O1"l"ICliRS CARL G. BRANIIT . .... . . President FI.0RAIsIcL ELLIS . . . . . Vice-PI'cSideIIt OLIVI-3 N. SMITII .......... . . Secretary JAMIZS K. 1,oI.I.oc?Ic, JR. . '. I ....... . flxl'C2lS1Il'C1' !iXliff'll7'llf'li COM!lll7'7'l5liS CARL G. URANIY1' OLIVIQ N. SMITII FLORAIIIQI. ELLIS EARL F, RoxIzI.I. MR. l..oIIIS EICII EARL MlI.ICS ONATORICAI, BOARD OjiCl'1'A' Sludmll Rcf1rI'.w1Ifatiw's CARL G. BRANIIT BLANCIIII BLYN FLORABIQL ELLIS KIQLSEY GUILFOIL OLIVE N. SMITH ANNA MCGUIIK Faculty DAVID A. WATTS PROF. THOMAS C. TRUIIIILOQII EARL MILES MR. R, K, IMMEL GIQORIIIQ 0. 'FRITE MR, LOUIS EICH EARL BoxIzLI. SOCIETY REPRESENTATIVES Athena . ........... ANNA MCGURK Alpha Nu . .... ..... W Ann P. CONNELL Addphi . SHINJI YONEMOTO 420 Central Debating League LllllYL'l'SlllL'S ul' l'l1ic:1g'11, Nu1'll111'vslc1'11 :111ml Mic l1ig:111 CQUI-IS'I'lllNI hRL'HlllX'Cll, that llu- l'lL'ill'l'Zll clUX'L'I'lIll1L'lll Slllllllil 1111'11 111111 Klllll 111 lllL null 1 111-s ul' thc l 11111-cl States." Nu1'll1x1'cstc1'11 vs. Nllk'lllQ.IZlll llclml al lCv:111sl1111, Illinois 1'IiUSSl.l'IY MILICS litihlll IN ll'l'lC'Illf1',-'IN ,-1l"l"ll1'lll.'I'l'lI'li 'l'l5.'I.7ll l'l.f1111. lXfllI.liS Y. li. Claus ,I1w1Q h11s111Q1N Cl1iC:1g11 vs. Nlll'l1lg'2lll llclml :11 .fxllll A1'I1111', Micl1ig:111 lllll'lllU.fl.'V 1X'liff.'l'l'll'li Tlffllll 1 lm i111.'x'1"1'fmN ll1XVlIb A. XX XI IN XX'11.1.1,1x 11 l'. S11 N 1-111:11 XVATTS SANIII-'URN 421 Mid-West Debating League Universities ol Illinois, VVisconsin and Michigan Qlncsxrlox: "Resolved, that employees, as such, in each industrial corporation, should be allowed to elect from their own ranks, :it least one-third of the hoard ol directors olf such 'eorporation, all directors to have equzil rights and privileges. I Illinois vs. Michigan - Held at Ann Arlyor, Michigan RYGII MCGUIKK HRUXYN !lllC'lllf,'.-'IN Al"lVllx'M!I7'lI'l5 'fliflflfl ANN.'X M. ML'fil'I!Ii Tlzwolum M. llwni Oscuxiz A. lilzowN X'Viseonsin vs, Michigan I-leld nl Madison, NNisconsin X MICHICIXIQV NliGA7'll"!i TEAM Cnlus M. YOITNGDIUIIN JAMES li. l oi.i.ocK JOHN W. HINDES I YUVNUJOHN IIINIJIES l'0I.I,0l'K 422 Adelphi l-louse Of Representatives !lDlff.l'l'll Of'.f"IC,lflX'.Sl SIIICTQZICN lfirxi .Slt'IIlt'A'ft'I' KIaI.sI4:Y GIIII.IfOII. SIMON SIIIc'I'zI1:R WILLIAM VVACIIS SIIINII YONIcIIIO'I'O Mll.'l'LJN A'l'I..NS HIQRMAN A. AIIc:IIs'I' ARIIAI-IAM H. BARON SYIININ BIRNIIAIIIII OSCAR HROVVN NORMAN R. BIIUIIAN FI.OvII A. BURNS HUII'rON FIIIQR HIQNAIAMIN GIZRRIQR NIJIQBIINN GIRSON VVIzN'rwOR'I'II A. GOI.IIII I. AI.I.IcN GOI,IJS'l'l2IN LOIIIS GO'I"I'I.II2II KICLSEY GIIILIPOII. LEON li, GRIIIIAIIIIII I'l0XVlCI.I. li. l'lAVS XVACIIS YIINICMUI lil7Il.F0II. OI"l"lCflilI'.S' .S'vI'OIIeI' .S'vIIII'v!I'I' SIIIION SIII-:'I'zIcR SDL'1lliCl I.I':ON li. GIIIIIIAIIIIII Clerk l.OIIIs C1O'I"I'III-:Ia Assistant flank J. W.xI.'I'IcR lllNllIiS Sargent It Allllx SIIINVII YONI'IMU'I'0 OI-gum-il Il IJQIQ 5fIIRIfR.s'I1lI' ROLL 423 HI-LNRY l'lliR'l'Z J. XVAl.'I'IiR IIINIIIQS llYlfllRIl C. lCANl'Z 1.1-:O lil7SL'IlINSKl SAMIII-LI. I-AMIIOR'I' M'AITIlIi'li MAIQIQS l.IcO lVlIiI.l.I-IN I'.IaO S. ROSRN SAIIIIII-:I. R, Rosle lJONAI.ll SC'0'I"I' N PRIcs'I'ON H. SCIYIVI' SIMON SIIIc'I'zI2R - M0li'I'IJN S'I'IiINIIIcRI: WII.I,IAIsI WACIIS l.I.ovII H. WIQISIQI. SIIINJI YONIf:xIO'I'O Alpha Nu f'iUIllllll'L1 in .ISL9 NVATTS ANGICLL M ILM CON N lilll. M I-TSSI Ntilili fl'residenL . . Vice-'l,rL-sident . Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . Marshall in almsentia Oratorieal Delegate NVilliam F. Angell liclward M. Apple Gerald V. Baltliaser Charles D. lianka NValter M. llarllelt Claude ll. llenner George li. liipggs A. l.. llogne August A. llorsinin liarl F. Boxell Carl G. llranfil lflmer O. Brinkman I. K. llrninlmaiiiglr Bruce Bnclianan W. Bowen Clienowetli W1-lvl: R. Clark Wacle P. Connell Earl VV. Dunn '-sliyron F. Field Charles R. Filzpalriek Joseph Freedman Ul"l"lf'lili'.S' MliM!3lilC.S' llruee A. Garland Milton A. Goetz S. S. Hawkes H. H. Hnllnert Keith lfleiss Kennedy blames ll. Kerr Raymond l'. Lewis Allred li. Linclliloom George Nl. Lott ,lames ll. Martin Manriee Mercer XVilliam Messinger liarl Miles Samuel C. Morris Maurice Monle K. S. Olson T.. T-l. Orrell Carlos li. Palmer Almert I. Parker Franeisco l"enl1er1liy 424 . . . limi. lVlll.l'IS . XfXll.l.l.xM lf. Axmcni. lJAYIIl A. W,x'1"1's lA'Il.l.IANl lVl:l'1SSINfilCR . A. IJ. Mclioxixui NX '.-xnic l'. Coxxicm. lfimil ll. Peterson Marlin A. Pliillips blames K. llolloek lidward T. liamsrlell Rolnert ll. Ritter 'lf Milton Rygli XX'illrnr M. Seelye George Seletlo Leo A. Selimimlt Clarence Smith X'Villinr ll, Spiclel Tliomas l. llnrlerwood Glenn O. Xliallaee . l-larolcl lfl. XAIZIYIICI' David A. XVatls Carlton N. X'Yelsl1 Kirk S. Wfliite Donald lf. VVilliams Lewis R. XVilliarns NA"illian1 A. VVise Chris M. Y0lIllQ'j0l1N sigma X1 NA'FlONAl, SOcII:'rY FOR ORIOINAL SCIICNTII-'IC INvIcs'I'Ic:A'I'ION ANI: RILSIQARCI-I VVORK Jllichigan Clzaplcr, lislalilislrvd June 4, 1902 .President . . .f ......... JOHN C. PARKER Vicc-President A ' . . A. F. SHULL Treasurer . . . . . . . A. J. DECKIZR Secfctary .,....... P. O. OKKRLIIIERG Councillors . . N. IH. VVIl'.LlAMS, H. H. BAR'I'I.Ic'rT, U. J. WILE Illemlmrs Iilunlvd May 16, 1919 FACULTY EDWIN BAKER, Instructoi' in Chemical Engiiicering PAUL W. BEAVEN, Instructor in Pediatrics AIIELINE E. GURII, Instructor in Psychiatry ' CLAIR Ur-'I'I-II4:c:ROvIf:, Asst. Prof. in Chemical Engineering GNADUA TES JIaANIa'I"I'Ic ARMSTRONG CPhysicsJ JUI.IA M. HANVKIES CAstrOn.J RAY V. BESHGETOOR CElcctrical Engj MAliG1KIlli'l' PliNGlil.I.Y CBotanyJ WILBER Bo'rHIzR'I'oN JR. CBotanyD CHAS. E. SANIJO CBotanyJ WALLACE E. CAKE CChcm.J ELLEN SCIIULZ CBotanyJ FRIEDA COBB CBotanyJ ERMAN O. SCOTT CChcm.J JEAN PAUL COOLEY CPhysicsJ PI-IILII' W. Sl-IEPARD CChcm. Engj ROBERT L. DAVIS CElcc. Engj EARL STURIII-:vAN'I' CChem.D WESLIZY G. FRANCE CChcm.J AIIOLR XfX"IaNIII.IzR cCllCl'l1. Eng.J ROY GRIZENTHAI. CMcd. 81 Smal l':l.Ml'lR WIRTIYI CPar.J CIIAS. H. GRIFFITI-IS Cljsycliologyj GIQOROI-: SMITH CChcm.D HZARRY li. HAMMONII flihysicsj U N DERGICA D U A TES IJAVIII G. Bovma fMcclI. lingj MAROARIUI' NIILLER CMcd. Sz Sur.J CLARIQNCIQ B. CAMPBELI, CMcch. Engj FRANK O. NOVY CMcd. Sz Sur.7 CASIMIR DOMZALSKI CMecl. N Sinzj RORIQRT L. NOvY CMcd. Sz Sui-.J ROY W. ELLIOTI' CCivil Eng.D EOWARII L. NUOIQNI' CMcch. Engj HAIKOLIJ GLADHILI. CChem.J SIIINIQY SHIPMAN CMccl. Sz Snr.J WI5sLI5Y HUFF CElcc. Engj HliNliY RICH THOMPSON CMcch. Engj NEl.SON H. HUN'l'I.l5Y CCivil Engl CI-IARLIQS T. VAN IJUSIEN CMech. Eng.J JosLI'I-I P. MCFARLIQN fElcc. Engj l'Ic'rIcR YIQRSCIIOOR Clilcc. l2ng,J 426 Tau Beta Pi BURLINGAIIIIC DAIILIIIERG ANDERSON AIIICLL 'LIVIERIKIORI-I IIRUNSON SMITH SCIIWAIII l' NYMAN KILPATRICK DRIEIQSF CIIIIJFQTI-'R l'l0'l'1'lYM RUSSICLL CASI AVICIIV I'll'l"I'I'IIl XVILSON Sl Il UI l DARIIAI I R XVUJ TASZAK GOOIIVVII 'I I VI RSI IIUOR TAX I Ol! FA M I'IlICI I IIUl't I AN ANIll"RNH'V CAI llNI.R IXIUURIC IIARTUN ARNOI ll Al. R. Al.l.liN Ii. ll. CAMPBIELI . M. Ii. COOLEY J. B. DAVIS H. C. ANIIICIISIJN B. F. BAILEY '98 DT. A. BURSLEY H. K. IDAVIIISON A. H. IJICCKIQR, Mich. L, M. GRAM '01 H. J. GOULmNr: '93 H. H. C. T. JOHNSON '95 D. S. AIIICLI. G. F. IXNIIICRSON G. R. ANnERsON E. Al. ARNO1.n G. AVERY C. O. BARTON C. E. BO'r'ruM S. BRUNSON O. BURLI NGAME L. B. NA 'rlONA1. IIONORARY l'.xc:lNEl-:RINO lfR.x'l'1cRN1'rx' - IVIICIIRQAN GAMMA ClIAI"I'liR lf.vlr1I1li.rl1vri.' in .1906 IIONORANV JlfllZMl3151r.S' G. XV. G0li'l'llAl.S C. J. TILDIEN li, l.ORcn G. S. Wn.1.1AMs G. W. PA'l"l'IERSON A. li. VVIIITIS H. li. Ricans A. ZIWET VV. C. HOAn I-l. C. SAIILICR H. VV. KING A95 A . I-If LOEELL Kl5.S'IDl5N7' ALUMNI MEMBERS I, E. EMSVVILIER C. W. Goon VV. J. I'IiUSSliY H. K. HIOLLANIJ '08 M. F, JOHNSON, Mich. Alpha V. H. I.ANli, '74 G. lf. LEWIS J. P. MCFARLEN '19 I. C, 'PARKER '01 Alpha C. III"l'l'llCGR0yli G. l.. Am' J. C. CANNON, Ind. Alpha HIORIE, N. Y. Alpha I. G G A I. B F H. T. CORSON '19 . O. CASE . lf. CAM1-In-11.1. . H. CHIIllES'I'IiR . O. IDAIILIIICRG M. IUARHAKIER . DOIRQLAS li. DREESE VV. l2LI.iO'r . R. FORD R. C ,l. C. IJALMIC XA' F 7lN1'r' 19 H. VV. IJOUGLAS '90 ACTllf'lf MfiMl3IilfS M. F. GARDNER bl. IZ. GOOIJNVILLIIE C. T. OS R, Ill. Alpha ..4.ln HOGAN VV. S. ICIl.PA'I'RlCK If. H. LIVICRMORIE A. IJ. MOOIQIE C. R. NYMAN li. F. PO'I"I'liR T. P. Rnssiau. in scholarship in li, B. SCHULZ F. G. SCIIWALISIQ F. I. SIIEAHAN I Mun .. I.. S " F. H. 'TAYLOR P. VYERSCIIOOR D. M. Wn.sON I. XN'OJ'1'Asz.x1c the first eighth of Engineering students who have maintained a rank their class np to the second semester Ol their Junior year Or in the first q class up tO the first semester Ol' their senior year and who may he thought worthy by reason of their personality and good-fellowsllip may he elected to memhersliip by the active chapter. 427 narter of their Alpha Omega Alpha , f, - 'X gin, Aff - ,. '- ' " 'IH ' - ' . ,.,. V, 'R' 1' I liz!! EEL 'al , ' NATIONAL HONORARY MEDICAL FRA'1'ERN1'l'Y CHAPTER ROLL UNIVERSlLl'Y OF ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO NORTIIVVESTERN UNIVERSITY WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSI'fY JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO UNIVlERSI'l'Y OF MINNESOTA UNIVEliS1'l'Y OF MICHIGAN ' HARVARD UNIVEliSI1'Y CORNELL UNIVERSITY SYRACIISE UNIVERSITY MCGILL UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA TULANE UNIVERSITY COLUMBIA UNlVliIiSl'l'Y UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH INDIANA LlNlVliRSl'l'Y UNIVliRSI'FY OF CINCINNATI UNll'l2RSI'l'Y OF VIRGINIA FACULTY SECTION VIC'l'0R CLARENCE VAUGIHIN R. BISI-IOP CANI-'IELII G. CARL HUBEII - Uno J. WILE CHARLES WALTER EDMUNDS LOUIS H. NEWIIURGH JAMES G. VAN ZWALUWENBURG JOI-IN W. SHERRICR ALIIERT M. BARRETT ROLLAN W. KRAF'l' CARL VERNON WELLER JOHN T. CONNELL ALIIERT C. FURSTENIIURG CARL W. EIIERDACII FREDERICK G. NOVY LYLE B. KINGERY ALIIRED SCOTT WARTHIN MERRITT D. HAAG MAIQK MAliSKAI,l. THEODORE SQUIER RAYMOND J. NUTTING HAR'l'HER L. KEIM RUSSELL OLD!-'1El.ll UNDERGRADUA TE SECTION FRIQDERICK H. BUSBY RALPH E. BOICIC JOSEPH PALMA CARL E. ROSER AUGUSTUS KIIQLTFINIER DONALD F. KUDNER HAIKOLII G. WAI.l.Eli CHARLES N. WICLLER GEORGE F. MOOJQIC CLARENCE A. ICRETZSCHMAR ' NORMAN F. MLI.l.El! ' The undergradtiate Section is il Self perpetuating body, elections being hcldfat the end of the Second Semester of the Junior Year, at which time one-half of the memibers are elected, the remaimler being elected during the first semester of the Senior Year. Elec- tions are made from lists approved by the Faculty Section. Scholarship is held to be the most important qualification, although individinality, originality, and moral character are also Considered. 428 Phi Lambda Upsilon SOULE CASE DOUGLAS CARR WIIITCOMB IITLBIG CIIIDIESTER CASE I AMI HI I I l!R!1'TON l'IllI.Ll1' KIQELICR CARPENTLR BULTIILHR FRANCIS STURIII VAN1 SMITH SPOKES COTTON DIIIK N JOHNSON JUIINSON !IADllllT SNOYV 4 12. N1X'I'lON1XI. CHEMICAL HONORAEY SOCIETY H ONORARY MlZMB1iR.S S. L. BIOELOW A. B. STEVENS D. CAMPBELL A. H, VV 1-IITE VV. D. BANCEOET QCORNBLLD J. S'i'lliGI,l'l'Z QCHICAGOJ Rl5.S'1DliA'T ALUMNI AND !lS.S'OClATE M1i1lfll?1ZK.S' W. L. BADGE!! F. E. BARTELI. I-I H. BA1c'1'I.E'r'1' W. E. CAKE L. M. BAKER F. F. BL1cHE ' J. W. B1u'1'1'ON E. C. BRITTON C. C. BUcH1.ER J. J. BURLIEY F. H. CASE L. O. CASE D. C. CAu1'EN'1'ER A. R. CARR A. NV H. C. G. G. C. H. II. 4 B. VV R. J. H . L. FERGUSON C. S. SCIIOIJIIU-II.lL . E. FOESYN-IE W. SULLIVAN KRAMER VV. G. SMICATON C. MliI.0C11lE C. UI"I'l'lIifIliOVli !lCTl1f'l5 IIf1'l5Ml31Zl?.S' H. CHIllliS'l'liR Kumi HAIQNIS E. CAMI'llIil,L F. J. HELEN: CLARKE A. H. JENKINS J. L. CO'1"1'ON E. R. JOHNSON M. D1I.I.0N H. A. JOHNSON DOUGLAS R. S. IQEELER . G. FRANCE J. M. IYIILLIER B. FAST W, J. McGn.I. GENIICSSIC L. A. PHI1.1.1PS Ii, G1.Amr11.L D. H. P1111.I.l1'1fS W. F. ZINGG H. H. MlI.I.Allll A. E, W1l1'rE VV . P. WOOD W. SHEPIIAIQD R. SNOW A. SOULE R. SPOKES O. SCOTT F. SMl'r11 S'I'URIJliVAN'l' VANT'IIJl2N W1-IITCOME P. ZIMMEEL The Order of the Coif IN 'l'lIli LAW SCHOOL Ol" TI' IIE UNIX'liltSl'1'Y or M1cmGAN SENIOR LAW HONORARY SOCIETY MORSE DUNCAN CAMPBELL ROLLA Loms CARI-r:N'r1tR RORER1' Goss DAY Louis 1fAWIN Griorxmz H ICN RY IQRETZS 430 BRN BITFORIJ MA'l'IIIiXA'S JICSSIC MOIQIQISON Smmu ARVIII B-IARNE TANNIQR JOSEPH ARTHUR XVAGILR CIIMAR , Y. ' I - Woolsack XX A ,if 42 1 0 X Cr. 40 J 14' I-Ioxrmlnxm' Juxmlc LAW Smtllvzw L. E. XfV.x'l'l-:m:1'uY XV. N. SNOW I. P. 'l'1rox1.xN A. W. Bovn I-T. A. Auc:1's'1' R. Ii. G.x1'I.'r Ii. R. l'Il'N'I' Lf, MX. l.1nm' C. li. l..O'l"l' I., H. NI.fx'l"l'1c1eN I. I. Nl.CCl,IN'I'OCli F. C. I'A'l"l'I-IRSON H. M. Sl'lAl'lRI'J N. R. SMITH W. R. TONIQIN I". S. Zum x11alm.'xx 431 Delta Sigma Rho AUGUST SANFORD 5 MATTIIICWS RYGII URAKV HRKINDI DUNN IRIIAND IN'I'I'1Rl'fll.l,I'1llIA'l'I'l lJr:m'r1Nrz IFR.-X'I'l'1RNI'l'Y l"f1u11,zi'vd April 13, 1906 A1.l'1m CH.w'1'l-:R l"lCA'l'Nli.S' IN l"fIC'Ul.'l'A7'lE Mn. Lmus linux: l'rum1-'I-:same 1. Ll-30 SIIARIFMAN .'XSSIS'l'AN'l' Plumlflcssoxc CI.Alu': li. Gull-'Fix l"lf!l7'lflZ.S' IN UNIIf"!ilx'.S'l7'.fl7'li VV11.1.mM I'. SANFURI! IIIQRMAN A. Alruus'1' N1-LAI. IJ. Imcl.ANn Alarm C. C1.,xm4 Cluu. G. lilmxnrn' 'l'. MIl.'I'flN Rvczu ROIRICIFI' lf. MA'r'1'H1':ws iilcfmczxa A. HRONVN Emu, W. IJUNN H. IDALII: lhmm: 432 Aristolochite Society IHCLBIG WATTS WAGENEII SPOKES IKEIII FLIEGI-L MC GILL FRANK KIRCIICI WGN! R JACKSON HONOR SOCIETY IN THE COLLEGE OF PHARMACY R. E. SPOKES W. J. MCGILL F. J. HELBIG H. IKRBE E. C. WA'r'rs L. R. VVAGIQNICR E. L. JACKSON S. FRANK N. C. FLIIQGIQI. W. E. K1liClIGliSSNER Tau Sigma Delta . . I .A rt 'T l . gi 4 i i qafmr'Q'..., 1 1 i A infra l , 1-5'f:1'3e "-:LZ-'A i ' "",5Z17gUit Q A' l 1:0lHIlIl3d at the Uui'z,'e1'sity of Michigan in 1913 HONOIIAIIY FRA'l'liRNl'l'Y TN ARClIl'I'lCC'l'lTlil4I AND ALLIED ARTS ALPHA . . . .... University of Michigan BETA . University of Minnesota GAMMA . University of Pennsylvania DELTA . University of Syracuse EPSILON .... University oi Illinois HONORARY MIEMBERS' EMU. LORCH J. I. A. Roussmn ALUMNI FACULTY MIZMBERS GEORGE MCCONKEY H. O. llVHI'l"l'l2MORE ACTIVE MEMBERS RUSSELL LARKIE EMIL G. JEHLE DARBY KENYON Leo I. HosMAN ORRIN F. STONE PAUL O. DAVIS WALTEIQ NUGENT JOHN E. SOMPPI D. G. MAcM1LLA 434 HAROLID Kusl-'ER Josnvu C. GODDEYNE N ww . PM Sgma NATIONAI. QHUNORARY ,I3IOl.O1:lCAl. SOCIIUIY CBETA CIlAP'I'liRD. O1-'I-'xcr-:Rs EOR 1920 President . . . . Vicc-President . . . Scc1'ct:u'y-Trcasurex' . . SINR . . . . . . lu. W. . . . . . . . L. J. GARIEPY . . . . . . . I. VAN OOS'l'liN H ONO Nfl R V Ilflli1lfll?I5R.S' PROE. M. M. PEE1' CSu1'gu1'yD PROF. R. PROF, R. VV. Sl'2l.I.l'IRS fPl1ilosophyD M. DVI-ZNLIEY fPl1iIOsOphyD If!!C,'Ul.TY MEMBIERS PROP. H. H. BAR'l'I.Ii'l'T fBOtanyD DR. L. L. BO'rs1fORn CObstetricsD PROF. O. M. CORE CPhysio1ogyD PROF. B, M. DAVIS CBotanyD PROE. I. H. EHLERS CBotanyD DR. L. V. HI42lI.l!llUNN fZoologyD PROR. G. R. LARUIE CZoologyD . PROF. L. H. NlEWllUliG1'I CMcdicincD PROF. P. O. OlCKEI.lllCllG CZoologyD PRO1-'. U. J. WILE CDermntologyD Rli.S'Il2IiNT ALUMNI MEMBIERS DR, F. N. Br.ANc1flARn fZoolOgy DR. QI. T. CONNELI. fClin. Mic.D I-JR, T. D Em A. GALLU1' CCiLy FOrestcrD DR.' J. PARSONS CPcdiatricsD L. SQUIER CMcdicincD ACTH-'li MEMl5'1iN.S' T. W. ADAMS CMcd. 'ZOD F. P. ALLEN CMccl. '21.D R. A. AI.'1'liR CMcd. '22.D H. B. BAKER CG1-ad. Zool.D D. V. BAXTER CLit. '21.D L. BONAR CGrad. BOLD VV. K. BOWEN CGrad. Zool.D W. E. BROT1-1ER'1'ON CG1'acl. Zool.D E. H. BRUNDQUIST fGrnd. Zoo1.D W. E. CAKE CGrad. Bot. F. R. CLARK CLit. '20.D R. H. Do'r'r CGrad. Gcol.D L. JA. GAR1E1-Y QMed. '22.D W. M. GERMAN CMed. '21.D M. H. HA'l'CI-I CGrad. Zool.D J. W. HELERICH CMed. '2l.D L. G. HERRMANN CLit. '20.D C. P. HICKMAN CGrad. Zool.D L. HOAm.Ev CLit. '21.D FJFW' . E. HOLLY fMcd. '21D E. HUBER CMcd. '21D C. 'HUSSEY CGracl. GeOl.D P. M. IRELAND fMcd. '20D R. E. JOHNSON CLit. 'ZOD A. KIRCHNER CMcd. '20D P. J. KLAPHAAK CLit. '20D G. I. LINKICR CGrad. Bot.D C. I. MARINUS CMed. '21D E. LUDWICK CMcd. 'ZZD I. W. J. MCGILI. CG:-acl. Bot.D F. MII.LEl! CMcd. '20D I. ORTENEURGER fLit. 'ZOD REEO QGrad. Bot.D E. ROSER CMcd. '20D E. SANDO fGrad. Bot.D W. SENs'1'1Us CGrad. Gcol.D . B. SHERMAN CLit. 'ZOD W. SINK CMcd. 'ZOD . L. SMITH fMcd. '22D J. B. STONE CMcd. '22D W. R. TOIQGERSON CMcd. '22D J. VAN OOSTEN CGrad. Zool.D C. N. WELLER CMed. '20D MAX WVERSHOW CMed, 'ZOD mwmgoowPZ 435 Pi Delta Epsilon RHESIC PARSONS M C CLI NTUCK TSCIIAI-ICI! I-I IIAIIT l'AMI'BELI. GAINIHS WIIITINK IIAYTIII IRI S SMITH IIACHMAN MIILAR SIIINKTMAN ICIII.BI'IR'I CIIUIIFTI LKRIX LI VIII MARK K. EHLDERT REED E. BACHMAN EDGAR L. RICE EARL H. CREss HOIIART F. SMITH HARRY M. CAREY BRUCE I. MILLAR 'I I IiONORARY FRA'l'IERNI'l'Y IN JOURNALISM IFRATRES IN FACULTATE PROF. MOIIIIIS P. TII.I.I41Y, PII. D. PROF. J. RALICIGII NIiI.SIDN, A. M. PROF. EIJSON R. SUNlJI'1RI.ANll, l.L.B., FRA TREE' IN Uklfli HAIiI.AN H. ,IUIINSON PHII.I.II' C. PACK FRA TlI'li.S' IN UN I lf'lilI'.S'l TA TIE PAUL Ii. CIIo1.ET'1'Ia I. PEM Ill IOKE HART FREDERICK' -W. PARSONS WALTER TIIOMAS CII EssER F. TSCIIAECIIE F. MCALLISTER M. CAMBIELL JAMES I. MCCLIN'f0CK PAUL A. SIIINKMAN 436 A. M. GEORGE C. PIUt'I'IIITR HICNIIY WIIITINI: LIZGRANII A. GAIz:Iis MAIIK B. COVELL WALTER S. RIESS E. STEWART BAXTER FRIED M. 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SPARKS IAV RIT! QC IIXVAI TIF IIAKIR IIARHIRT IICKINQI N SMITH MIIIIR IXOITUM I'NlIlAl1lIl TIKALX LOWE IAN! l NIIAN IARSONS IORD NYMAN DAIIHAKIR SI-1NIOR SOCII-:'I'v IENOINI-:I-:RING COI.I.I-:OH 1f'ACIf'l.'I'Y MliMBl5lf.S' M. F. COOLI-:Y H. C. fXNlll'1RSON C. T. jOIINs'I'ON A. J. IJIQCIQI-:R II. C, SA IwI.IcR C. S. BO'I"I'IIM lf. J. ANIII-:RSON J. M. IJARIIAIQIQR C. R, FORII LANOIQNIIAN A. T. Lowa C. R. NYMAN F. W. PARSONS W. F. TscI-IAIQCHE Ii. P. HARIlliI.I. J. F, N IcwIaI.I. E. M, MII.I.lill E. C. MA'I'lllEXVS FP A CTI! 'li MliMI3ER.S' 439 S. J. ZOWSIQI ,l. B. IJAVIS ,l'. H. CIssIcI. ll. li. Ruins H.. H. H IOIIII: XV. M. MCKIQIE I.. L. SMI'I'II lI'. G. SPARKS F. G. SCI-IwAI.m: V. TRACY . N. COLLINS J. I.. BARIQR W. P. FAvORI'I'I2 VV. G. 1'IARlllCRT R. COOK I-I. N. ANIIIQRSON H. T. TTICKINSON 'L F. GARIINIQR .l. If A Druids NASII MASON VAN IIOVIEN BABE FRI-ISS IHCFFNIER l'Ul'l' uSIl'S HINQIIANV HART Ql'NDll-'Y Vl"l DF SlcNloR Soc'll':'1'v f.l'l'l'IRARV Cm.r.1':r:1c ll0:V0lx'Alx'V IIRUIILS' joux R. li1fF1Nc:laR AR'rH1JR L. CROSS MOIIIQIS P. Tlr.I.IaY CARI, I.1vNnr:Rl':N THIS ORDER OI" 1920 .l. P I-1 M BRO K 1-1 HART f'IlARI.IiS R. Oslus, JR. XX'u.l.lAM G. BAIIIQ KARL H. V1-:Lm-1 f'Il-IRI!!-2R'l' I.. Pom- l'1c'rlcR I. VANROVI-:N .fXl.l-:xANmf:R P. VYANBRUNT 440 Wn.1.lAM XV. IIINSHAW HAI!IlY SUNLHY PIARRY VV. HIZIFIFNICIK DAVID D. NASII NIA'l"l'lIl'1NV S. TOWAR CARL H. MASON ELMER W. CRI-:ss I3arristers D. A. F1N1uu-LINER J. F. HOUc:u'rON J. C. ROBIERTS G. M. COULTI-:R J. M. ERWIN R. G. DUNN DE T. MOSll'Ili F. G. RILEY 3 r- :- fn E r- e 9 ... E z :Zz sr- Zi -,- 35: 0 o : C -ein 35 Wiz KI.. 525. : 5 Hr: z ..f.,,, QIS -l"'-I -. :gg :Q -z :Zz F, ... -iz -6 25 EF 223 IE: zbc IEC -' z z 532 B175 mo: ECE H71 V' w '-'Z 5.2 HSE C-IZ Nl U lf! m CTI? Ownmw SENIOR SOCIETY, LAW SCHOOL MIJMBERS IN FACULTY DEAN PIENRY M. BATES PROFESSOR JOSEPH H. DRAKIE PROFESSOR GROVER C. GRISMORE PROEESSOR EVANS 1'I0l.IlRO0K MEMBERSHIP S. BUSBEE S. J. SLAVICNS W. STRUCKMAN C. M, Toons' B. MATHIGWS A. F. PALIEY E. BRAUN H. I. EAGI-:R C. ANDREWS ' D. G. Smrrlr R. WINSLOW S. S1lAR'r1-21.1. K. l'A'rTERsON S. A. LAMIXICIVI' 441 R. F. NIHRNICR H. A. IJONELLY W. C. HALL D. S. ELLIOTT li. G. GORDON J. K. POLLOCK R. L. CARPENTER R. A. BU'l'l.lCR Web and Flange FRANCIS STICINIKAUGII WVALKICR YVIEEHICK FULLICR Rl'NlG1CRx! f RUSSII TUNVNIR IIFIMIRUINK IR Ili TTUNI IANCI-INIIAN, ROCIRS SMITH AND! RQON Slzxlmz CIYII. I':N1LINI'ZliRINli SUi'Il"'l'Y President . , rI'CIlSlll'Cl' Secretary . Pnor. H. Ii. Rims Pmw. C. 'l'. JOHNSTON C. lf. B0'I"l'I'M L. L. SMITH ff. T. lIor:AN J. J. Awmausox 1lUNOlx'AlfY 1'llliMHIiR.S' Puov, H. VV. IQINII G. L. AL1 !'llliMHlilx'.S' V. B. S'l'I'1lNl!AUGII NV. I.. FUl.l.r:1z G. VV. FRANCIS JOHN F. Wulucla W. H. Russlcm. 442 li. P. LA NGIQNHAN if . li. Rom-:us . C. .I-I1-:lm HRIDINGIZR DR. C. B. S'l'0U1-'nfl-:R Du. Fousvrllls li. R. NV!-:lain-:la B. G, Towmau MAX ll. Rn-:Numan li. C. M.N'l'lIIiWS ALL C. H. COOLEY G. CANFIELD A. STANLEY A-. A . J, P. ADAMS J. R. ADAMS R. BARNES W. W. BISHOP A. G. BOAK BOXELL C. G. BRANIDT J. R. BRUMM W. CALHOUN D. CARROLL J. M. CHASE F. J. J. CHESRIS D. CLA1-1'ER'1'oN C. J. CoE A. D. CONKIEV R. W. COWIIEN R. J. CRANE V. W. CRANE P. H, DEKRUIF W. DliN'1'0N E. D. DICICINSON E. W. Dow L. EICH E. EVliRlE'1"l' W. A. PRAYER D. FRIDAY B. GARL1Nc:HoUSE X " .. L as., .4 L . Quadrangles CAM:-US, FACUI.'l'Y AND STUIIIENT HONORA R Y MEMBERS J. S. REEVES V. B. P.H1Ll.ll'S A CTI V15 M1iMBISKS G. GRIM M B. K. W. GUl'lN'l'1lliR K. GUILFOIL W. C. HAI.I. J. H. LIATHAWAY R. HAYIDIEN H. H. 1'IlE'I'H L. A. I'rzRovrrScu W. H. JliI.l.IEMA O. C. JOHNSON S. IQATSUIZUMI R. D. KII.ll0liN K. L. ICIMIIALL j. I.liBI.ANC E. F. LLoYD I. MCCI.IN'l'0CIC H. S. MALLDRY D. M. MAJIJII MliAIJlili BRUCE MILLAII L. H. NEWISURGH C. R. OSIUS, JR. D. H. PARKER W. A, PATON F. W. PETERSON J. RANKIN C. 443 Socl E'r Y A. H. LLOYD A. L. CROSS H. C. ADAMS RA PH A EL J. E. E. RICE H. RUSSELL L. SCI-IEAK L. SCHNEIDER J. P. F. F. N. Sc0'r'r H. P. Sco'r'r R. W. SJCLLIERS P. A. S1-UNKMAN AIVALTER S1Ml'SON H. R. SLUSSER W. R. STARK A. W. S'l'lCl'lfllENSON H. A. STEVENS F. A. TAIIEIQ J. B. VVAITE R. G. WALRER E. A. WALTER L. W. VVATIERBURY C. M. WEBSTER C. F. WELLS R. M. WENLEY C. V. WICKER M. C. WIER C. D. WILLSON A, E. Woou H. E. YNTEMA Griflims Vlfl DI' Ill"NNl-"I"I' VAN IIOVI-'N LOUIS IXRI I INTI-Ii IIXRTI III Tl I R Nil-SSNI R l"IIOHMKl'Z IIAIIINI S RIl'Sb HQII H TUYVAII FUIII N llOXON.flii'I' I".-It'l,'l.7'I' Gli'll"l"lpX'.S' ,IDI-IN R. BRUMM ,Iomx IS. XX'Al'ris IJRIQDICRICIQ R. XlX'iAI.IlIUlN I. Liao SIIARFMAN ,IUSI-1I'II II, IJRAKH IIUXVARII I'I. Vlwlxiixrzs ACTH 'li Glx'll"l"l.X'.S' Grand Grimm ....... xfICC-GTHIICI Grimm ...... Griffin Grimm Grimm Grifiin Griffin Grimm Griffin Grimm Griffin Griffin Griffin Grimn Grimm Grimm Griffin Grimm Griffin Grimn Griffin Grimm Grmim Griffin Grimm Grimm of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of Apollo, Guardian of thc Manuscripts. Midas, Guardian of the Gold .. Nemesis, Guardian ofthe Smppliamts. Mercury ,..... Pluvius . Neptune . Castor Hermos I-Icrmes Charon Xylos . . Appolimnris Bacchus . Ares . Diodr-us . Desidius . Phycuclides Uranus jupiter Violus Bottn . Zero . Eros . f'omf'mcims . 444 "Cnirc'R" Ossirs Pram" I-IAR1' Cl1R'r" l.A'rlsR Joie" IiAKI'ZR "Bon" Cooli CARI." jomxsox NIA'I"l'n 'IQONVAR WALT" Rm-:Ss "HARRY" III-ixwlari' "OSCAR" CAR'l'WRIGII'f i'MIICIC" KNom-1 RUSS" BARNES "KING" MI'ISSNIiIl "Buren" FROIQMKE IJAVICH LANDIS KARLH VIiI.III'I PM" I'IOG.-KN ACR" PICRRIN- "Ox" FRI-IIQMAN "SI.1cKlcR" PARKS "PETE" VANBOVPIN URII' CARl'IiN'l'I-IR KAIII'i' IQAIIPIIS NICK" BAR'rz Gm." SCIIAFICR . LARRY" I3ilT'l'I.IiR 44 IA ix In u u u u u nj U n ni u u Galens USIl'S KLI7 MI' MC CALLUM IIUTUIIKISS IIICCKEII AIIAMS IIOICLI. SNYDEII Ml' KI"I'4'lII5UN KUIINICII MOORE STINSON IIUCIIAND KINGICRY KERWIN MOURIC SMITH HLIXMAN KICIVTCIIICNMICISTICR IIUIXIIIN IIAIIIIIS SIIICIJION IIIQUIIIQMAN MARINFS Vrcsiclcnt . Vice-President 'IIl'C2lSlIl'Cl' Sccu-ta1'y I'1'cfcCt DR. L IIAUI. IRl'1I.AND S. W. Blzcmzu I. A. KERVIN IJ. F. IKUDNER AR'l'I I U R B0wI.s THOMAS IJURBIN W. T. Ho1'cHR1ss CARLTON MAIQINUS UPPIQR-f'l.Ass S0i'll'1'I'Y, MlClTlt'AI. SCIIOOI. Ol"1flC.'IiR.S' D Joie IQIERVI I Alfl. IRIQLANIJ NVll.l.lA M STI NSON G. F. Moon:-1 DR. A. C, I.:lIRS'l'IiNllURG IIONONARV MliMB1iRS 1920 YLE KIN4ll-ZIQY DR. J. G. VAN !IC.'TlI'lf C'll!1l'Tlflf 1920 I-I. R. Momma H. W. SMITH Tmaonoux-1 ARA Ms W. W. IHARRYMAN 1921 E. A. OSIZUS M. G. SHELUQN VV. M. GERMAN B. A. HAIQIQIS 445 ZXVA LIV I I ICNRIERG .IA M1-:S KLUM1- G. F. MOOIQIE S. MCCII1'CIIlif7N VVILLIAM S'rlNsoN W1l.LlAM IQEUTCHI HAIQIQY MCCAI.I.UM A. D. RIEUDEMAN F. L. R. SNYIIER CN M IEISTER Quarterdeck Puolf. IIALLARD, Il- PURTICIK LARSICN NV!-Il.TliN SVIIWALIKI-I CHRISTIIC TIIUMVSON ANIHK LOITDICN HAI,I.ARl7, NV. STANIIY FOR!! l'RUl". LI NDHLAU PROP. SAllI.l'1Il PRUF. HRAKZG S1'Ill"l'Z ANDICIPQUN U1-vlan-Cr.Ass Soul-1'1'v, NIARINIQ l':NlIlNliliRlNIi l'll.07'.S' H. C. SAIDLIZR I'1un-'. Ii. M. Brmrzrz 's'r. l'umf, A. l.1Nmx1.An lJl5C'lx' 0I"lflC'lflx'.S' Cummoclurc . . C. R. Folm Vice-Commodore . Ii. Ii. SCIIULZ 1,lII'SCl' . . .G. F, ANUHRSON Steward . . F. ii. SCl'lWAl.Ill'I CARI. Avian J. D. HAl,r.Alm C. L. S'rANr.1av J. E. LARSUN .S'liflMliN C, VV. Pmm-:lc L. S. BA1.r,A1m WAI,r,AClc C1lu1s'r1lc 446 STANUQY THOMPSON P. l.. NVIQIJVON j. R. IQICILLY F. j. LOIIIDICN Sphinx CAM l'IllCl.l. STUART POIKTIER M lf M ANIS NUVAK LOGAN PRATIIICR HENRY IKUTLICR l'l'I1"l'Y l'SlIl-ll! 'BAXTER RUZICKA MC KEAN ANGIIILL DUNN LINDSAY IIURKIIOLIDI-ZR ROURKI-I I' jIrNIoII 'l,rI'IcIzAIzv SOCll'1'l'Y IIONORXIICY .S'I'1'll1VXl5.S' CIIAIeI.I-rs l'. XIVAIZNIER JOHN A. C. l'llI,llNICR CLAIJIIIQ H. VANTYNI2 CnAIu.If:s li. VIlsnIcIz'r FRANCIS N. BACON AC."l'll"li .S'l'l'lI1V,X'li.S' Pharaoh ........ Hephcp, Ennnciator ol' Royal Ueerees. Ump, Keeper of Sacred Records . . Zipp, Guardian of the Golden Shekel . Hashi Hashi, Tender of the Royal Alligator . Hansnm, Cleopatra's only Rival . . Pstyx, Feeder of Raw Meat . . Wliitlop, Master Man of Mysteries . . VVump, Valet to the Sacred Symbol . Heavnm, Tosser of the Pill . . . Whirl, Frenzied Follower ol' the Fiendis Pha-t, Pl1Z1I'ZlOl1'S Little Shaver . . Fussnrn, Favorite of the Harem . . Hmz, Guardian of the Scorching' Sands. Zunex, Duster of the Imperial Throne. Cashem., Caretaker of the Camel Caravan Wux, Chaser of the Flighty Ostrich . Hitum, Bearer of the Pigskin . . Jugquip, Winder of the Desert Clock . Wapti, Terror of the Cnhhes . . . Tychie, Sacred Light of the Inner Temple 447 h Dance "FRI-in" PIa'I"I'v "S'I'Icw" HAx'I'IzII "MAC" MCMANIS "Doc" PiIA'rnIcII. HJACKU I'llCNRY "JACK" VVILLIAMS "l.AIzIw" BU'I'I.Icn ulilllllliu Us!-Ilan "Hail N I I-1" VVIIITI NG "l'.nnI1a" RUZICKA 'iMlIt2llSlli,, Rouuklc "l3II.I." ANr:I1:I.I. "l'AvNIc" LINDSAY lf' HFRANKU NKJVAIQ "DoN" l?oIa'1'I2Iz UUARRYU STUART ",l3UIuc" BUIQKHOLDER UJACICU iPUNN "Bon" MLTIQIEAN HCIIESU CAMI'InzLL "SQUIaAIc" LOGAN I f Triangley STURRER MC LOUTII KENNEDY JOHNSTON COVELL LUKINS GAINES LOSCII MARSHALL GRINDLEY LONGICNECKER MC NAMEE STRATTON MEESE MRAZ DILLON RODERICK VAN WAGONEIG JUNIOR Socllfry, ENGINIQIQRING COLLIQGE H ON ORAKY A. E. WHITE H. H. HIGIIEI5 President . Treasurer Sccrctary CLARK BliNNlC'I"I' MARK Covm. "Ros" DILLON "Tax" GAINES "Bon" GRINIJLEY "BILL" HARRISON USISH JoI-INs'roN H. E. RIGGS J. R. ALLEN OFFICIZRS M15 M13 li KS "Run" KIQNNIQIIY "DICK" LoscI'I "LES" LURINS "MAC" MACLOIITH "DICK" MAI!SIlAL!. "MAC" MACNAMEE "BILL" MIEESE 448 A. H. LovI2I.I. J. A. BURSLICY ROBIiR'l' F. GRINIILIQY RICHARD C. LoScH RICIIARIJ B. MARSHALL "DURu" LONGICNECKICR HPINKU RODEIIICK "FRI'rz" STORRER "DON" S'I'RA'I"roN "PATH VAN WAGQNER "CAL" WILTZIQI. . "SI-foR'rY" MliAZ Les Voyageu rs BRANSON KICRHY GILLIS IlI.ASll ILL ANDREWS SCIIRI-1YI-IR NOVAK F0l.l-TY 'LUMSIHEN CASH MOORE LUSH HOOK IIARTZICLL ORTIENIHYRFQICR Slillllil. BARNES FLOURNOY P. 1701.1-IX' TUNNICLIFFIC YVICHSTIER YOUNG JOIINSUN l'lil'fT CASE LARKE J. CASS ANmuaws JOHN S. BARNES 'l'HmIrolzlc CASE JXl.l3liR'I' S. Fouav lilmlaxri V. GILLIS lJoNAI.n R. Home RIQNUS E. JOHNSON I.AwluaNcl2 D. LAIHQE W. GALE Lusu INT1-Ln-C1.Ass Fnmiswv S001 I'Z'I'Y FRANK J, NOVAK PHILIP H. SCIIRICYIER ICARI. N. TUNN1cI.11f1fI2 Cvlul. B. VV1a1ss'l'1iu Cl-zcu. XV. BLASHILL HAl!IJI.ll W. BRANSON T. S'rAN1loP1c FI.oURN1sY 449 PHILIP O. Foul-:Y Tlll'I0llOl1IE H. HUu1sl2LL Llzwrs H. H.AR'l'ZIELL IZRIC A. IQICRHIEY H. M. LUMSIIEN RALPH S. MOOIQE ARTHUR I. OR'l'liNl1URGI'R Wxr.I.1AM I. SEIDEL I. M, XVALLIQY Craftsmen KICNNICIIY l"l'l,l.l-fl! IIANRY lHII,l. TUIKIN 'l'l!IDlll'f0N HUGH HELL HYDE RUBLEY Masonic Srifnn-1N'1' Cuzls The club is an organization of the student Masons of the University. Any Master Mason enrolled in the student body, or faculty, may belong, on application. The Craftsmen Club was founded in the realization ol' the great good derived from a union of studentsg the desire to promote Masonic spirit among the Master Masons in tl1is institution of learningg to encourage and stimulate Masonic Studyg to become familiar with Masonic Law and .llll'lSllI'llClL'llCC and thus be more proficient Masons. The membership numbers more than two hundred, with more than thirty states repre- sented. The Club works in conjunction with the local Masonic organizations. It was honored during last year by being requested to confer the Master Masons degree before thc Grand Lodge. During the present year its degree teams have made several visits to other cities to confer Masonic work. 450 'WWI American Institute of Electrical Engineers f BUCK MARTINVK GHUDMAN GLATZIEI. - SIHCA CORILL GOODALIK THOMAS MERGARD KILI ATRILI I It Jbl' Il HOLY IIOAG WARIEIIAM WIETMORI 'v100llIi SIIIPPY SIARS BLRLINFANII H IIITNIX NH IH XNN4 Iv ll XRKI. ILGHNFRITZ ANDERSON SIWIIII' PASNIORI-I FI XII R Chairmzm . . Vice-Cllztirmzm Secretary . . Trcztsurer . G. R. ANDIiIiSON C. W. CAMPHELI. J. P. Goomma W. S. ICILPATRICK C. H. Pzxsmomz P. E. THOMAS R. G. BARZON G, R. Cmlucla M. B. Covlzu., Ju. W. J. MliliGAl!lJ I. XV. MUNGI-:R LfNIVl'1RSI'l'Y mf RIICIIIIZAN BRANCH 1920 Ross GUNN H. S. Lu Roux L. A. SEARS A. B. NVARIQHAM H. H. BUCK E. D, GLA'1'zm. P. VV. Hom: A. I.. M1Xli'l'lNEK 1921 L. li. FROST 1922 452 L. M. 11.411-1Nxf1u'rZ G. R. ANmcusoN Ross GUNN G. R. CLARKE C. W, Sum W. F. xA,Ii'l'MORIi B. O. Blml.lNm:AM1s S. I. Gmzlik L. M. 1l.filiNl"RI'l'Z R. ,l. Mcliumxwox R. H. S'I'liINlGliR J. H. XVIIITNICY I. M. lvioomc L. L. SIIIPPY D. A. Sl-:VILLA American Society of Mechanical Engineers ClIairm:III . . VTCC-Ci12lil'm2lIl Secretary . . Treasurer . UNIVI-:RSITY OF MICIIIKIAN BRANCII OFF! C I? RS . J. E. G0oIIwILL1E . C. R. NYMAN . F. G. SCHWALBIL . T. P. RUSSI-:LL Hoxiorzury CilZlil'lTI2ll1 . . . . . . . PROF. I-I. C. HIQNIIRRSUN P1'ogI':I.III . Trips . . Social . MCmi5Cl'Sili1J . A. D. AL'l'l'IOUSE M. H. AYl'IliS H. F. FOSTER A. O. BIQACI-I F. P. BRowN H. N. COLLINS H. S. DAvY H. L. DUNIIAM J, E. GooImwII.I.II2 J. R. HAIQIJY A. L. HOWAItll L. R. IQALMIIACH S. N. LAWSON E. A. MACI-IIQLL E. L. MOURC2I.llili C. R. NYMAN K. G, P1-IIILI-S L. SAYNIQR O. S. S1'I0I5MAIcIcR P. W. S'I'IzIcI.SMI'rH A. H. TICSSIN E. S. WIaI.LocK H. N. ANlJICIlSON C. E. EIc1IIcI.III4:Rc:IzIz M. R, Fox C. W. BIIQSIIR C. A. BURTON W. D. Coolc B. DJVIAI. A. E. DY M IQNT Cl-IAIICMHN Ol" C'Oll'lMlTTlil5S M1jMBlilf.S' H. A. GURIIUN H. C. I'IlCYM S. L. HUIIIQ A. F. ICING LEONORD S. C. W. Ii. MASKJN H. G. NliliI.ANS G. li. OI.IaS H. S. PIIcRcI-: L. J. SCIIINIILIQR G. SIIUEMARIQR C. . STICMMICR JL TRACY I-J Qswl FIFFFSD QEJESIZ - .-.- :OPE- 552:25 S EMF 2 E . WIcI.'I'o N UOSDFPPO A. DAlfII.liIEIlG R. Doun G. GOGULSKI O. GULLY E. HILL I. HZUTSON C. H. KING W. M. MCKICE W. S. MOIQIEIIOUSE 453 H. S. PIIIIRCIC A. D. l'XI.'l'1l0USE H. L. DUNIIAM C. R. NYMAN E. C. Nlilfl' J. W. OL'I-MAN D. W. PITIQIN F. G. SCIIWALIIE H. E. SMITIYI W. H, SU'r'rLIs H. E. WATSON P. A. NVIIYL C. R. AYIQRY I. T. FINLIQY V. S. BARIa'r'I'A E. M. BROWN W. S. CLARKSON I. M. DAIRBAICIER R. E. DRAKE M. E. GOLL A. N. GUS'l'INE K. HORIUCI-II H. H. JIQNNINGS G. F. LAI-'RR D. G. MCICICNZIE I. C. MOIQISKTN J, F. NICWICLI. F. W. PARSONS T. P. RUSSIQLL L. G. SI-IIRK H. G. SPARKS R. L. TAYLOR W. H. WELCH S. YoNIzMo'I'o Michigan Engineering Society ENGINEERING Socmry RooM OFFICERS President . . . . . . J. M. DAxmAKis1z Vice-President . A. B. VVIESTON Secretary . R. L. S'l'0mmR Treasurer . . M. F. GARDNER 454 La Socieded I-Iispanica SIIANISIVI SocII-:Tv 01V'1"I C1ilf.S' President . . . . . . GAIL Ii. RUSH Vice-President . . IJUROTIIY E. BA1SI.Iav Secretary . . DoR0'I'IIY li. JONES Treasurer ...... TI-IoIvIAS F. MAYNAIQII ADl"l.S'ORV COMIIIITTISI5 MAR1zUIcRI'I'Ic A. CLARK . . ..,.. Cl1:Ii1-man. EARL GRIIfIfIS lJoR1I'I'IIY E. Joxl-:S PROGRAM COMMITTEE ,IAMIQS S. GAIIIJI' ........ ChZlil'l11ZllI MAIIIIE A. CRozII4:R MAI41lAl!li'l' BARLOW DRAMA TIC COMMITTEE DoR0'I'IfIv li. BAISLIEY ...... MAliGA R ICT FUl.I.lCR'l'0N J1IL1o DICLTORO EIIWARII EARIIART DoRo'I'I1Y BAISLIW ALFRED E. TUIQNIEIZ MAliGUIiIil'l'lC A. CLARK TIIIQLMA JoNIaS MAICIIE A. CRozIIaR EARL GRIIIFIS GRACE M. Hovwoon DoRo'rHv E. JONES JAMES S. GAUL'I' HERTHA E. RAID A SSOC I A TE M If M BERS JUAN A. BoNNIc'r AR1:IaN'I'INo J. BAUCIS ACTIVE MEMBERS TI-1oMAS F. MAYNAIQIJ MAR1:ARIa'I' BARLow HIQLIQN L. MoNRoIc CoNS'rANcIc E. I'IOI'KlNS WILLIAII1 B. LVMI-IQRIS HAROLII T. S'I'ocIc IZIINA DASKAM NATHAN A. ZINAIIER RUTH A. S'rAN'roN LRNA CoRu1N HAlll!IE'l' M. NIVILSON 455 . Clmirm:1II J'II'R'l'llA RAIII S'rI':I'IIIcN ScA'I'oR1 SA M UIEI. GRIaIsNIIIsRG KA'I'lllil!lNlC D. VVILLOY LUCIII E. FRIINCI-1 IDIXIIC ENGLAND Oc'I'AvIc AN'l'0Nl0 MARY C. THOMAS ALIIJA F. ROGICRS CAROLINE M, LIsoNARII MARGARE'f FULLERTON FREDIERIC TIELMOS HARRY Sroclc HR Prescott Club President . . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer PROF. C. C. GLOVER PROFESSOR SCHLICI-I'I'ING E. L. HALIMONIJ TROY DANIELS HARRY FIIERO MINNIE S'I'ANLAIcE MONICA ALI.EN I'IELEN ANDERSON IJOROTHEA BRISTOL SARAH ICAPLAN J. A. PALMER FRANK ANDERSON MIS'l'SUO MIURA SAM LIPPERMAN JAMES HUGIXN S. FRANK J. B. YOUNG DONALD CULVIZR H. D. MA'l"l'liNSliN M. PARRY O MEMBERS DEAN ICRAEMHR L. R. WAGNER I'IARVliY NVI-IITNEY CHARLES WARNER CARL TASKlili FRANCES LU'I'Es NliLIlA TAYLOR GWICNIIOLON LENEESTER IRENE BAISLI-:Y NIINNIE BIC!-IM WILLIAM MCGILL XV. LOVIQLANII XN. H. LYONS EDWARD MAYO NVILLIAM IQIRCIIGESSNIQR "DOC" SULES S. W. COLLINS PAUL FAIILRNER BYRON SXVI I-"l' 456 LEONARD R. XIVAGNER PAUL FAULKNICR NELDA TAYLOR WALDO BLACKMICR G. S. LONG RAY SPORES CHARLIE NICWMAN F. H. SLEGATH J. H. MCCOIQMIC NKJIQMAN FLE'l'CHlCR FRANK HELIIIG MAX COSTA W A LIIO BLACK M ICR CLARENCE LICMI' EDDIE KLEIN ALLEN LANE FI-:N'I'ON THEODORE TIIORSIII-:RG LEONARD XIVICAVICR NVAIJIER MA'l"l'SfJN JACK SIZARLE LOUIS GIDIIONS AMES KROUI-A NICHOLAS S. .NIILLIER GORDON YAIIARII-:I-'F University of Michigan Commerce Club President . . Vice-President . Treasurer . Secretary . E. L. HEMIQNWAY H. M. NOWLIEN H. M. CAREY A. S. Goonm J. R. GABELL JOHN DONOVAN KARL VICLIIIE F. H R. K. P. E. H. Hiss H. Slfllasnrfzleclzn L. MAli'1'IN A. FORSYTI-I Pwrkl IE G. Towsucv M, B. S MALL OFFICERS' MEMBERS R. A. CH AN nuiu 457 P. A. LAW:-:RIENCE D. M. THOMPSON R. C. Smrrn J. A. Po'r'r1NGlsR ARMIN FRIICIIMAN I. M. BAn.1cv H. JOIINSTONIC VV. P. SMITH C. L. RASMUSS1-:N H. I. Roussm L. LANSll0ROl7Gl'I F. D. QARROLL C. S. BAx'rlcR D. A. SHAFFNI-:R P. L. Wn.soN C. E. UI"l'0b' G. H. CUMMINGS F. M. GRICIENNVOOD The University of Michigan Actuarial and Statistical Society MAC DONALD U'KANIi IIORNBICRGICR MICHHNLR BOIIIID DUIIUAR IIAII Bl NNITT MC IVER RUN IIOLTZMAN ANDIH WS l lII LICIIMAN CROSS BROWN PROP. GLOVI-TR I Rl I L ARK! It CULMIQR DR. ROBBINS j "-LL-fin 2, . A VD 'f rf +. 4,3 b , . Q, Ul7l"lf'lflx'.S' President . . . . . . . VIIILO P. ANURIQXVS '20 Vice President . ........ MmNONli'l"r1-1 Um. Grad. Sccrct:u'y-'I'rcasurcr ........ ICINVARIJ F. l'IOI,'l'ZMAN '20 IIOXORANY MliMlf1iR.S' PRO:-'. i'iARliY C. CARVI-:R PROF. .IAMIQS NV. cil.0YliR DR. RAINARD IS. RQRRINS GRADIJ.-17'li lUlffWl3lflx'S' RUTH I. BROXVN CICCII. lf. CROSS Puu.o P. ANRRI-1ws CA'l'IIIiIilNli C. BAILLIO CHARLIQS C. iJUliUAR i.Ut'lI.IC I3. BIQNN1-1'r'r l.I.0vn C. CRll'I'liN f,Rl'llA A. Cl'I,Ml'IR A 'FIIOVXS I 1920 .ICIIMAN GRACE Ii. HALL ICIIWARD F, lIm.'rzMAN 1921 NIINNI-I'l'A M. fi1lI'l'I'Z bull lzl. M. 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PI.A'1"1'S NVARRICN K, LAv'roN VAN LIICU MINOR VVu.r.ARn DAVIES JAMI-:S M. I.1NmsMU'r1'1 A. F. HAI.I. CIIARLI-is V. NICALPINIQ ANRRI-:W O. Smfr: A. C. ANDIEIISON SAMUEL MIQYICIRSON CLARENCE P. DAVICY HAIQVIEY L. Smcuwoon JOHN S. VVOJCIISCIIOWSKI GI.liNN O. OMANS MEMBERS 461 . L1coNARn A. MNIIQCIE . NVAI.'r1cR F. GRIICS . IYYAVIIJ LICXVIS . PROP. J. B. EIINONIISON li. U. C I I Al'lil.l.Ii G. S. l.Asl11cR jo1lN R. Co'r'1'1N Fm-nn IJ, L1coN1-IAR11 'Tnozxms L. DONAHUE M. F. Coma L. C. lJo1cRR HALH GARNIQR GlaoRmc Ii. Bmos A. EIIXVARII S'rrLlas RICHARD M. PAGE FRIQDICRICK T. HANV!.EY LICONARIJ J. CALL I'fARRY J, BAKER SUM. L. A. BUTLER Y. M. C. A. Students' Christian Association IIRAYCWELI. ABI-ILL DUNN CHAPEL GRUIIAUGII FOX D. IJRAEWICLL MICIIELMANN NVIIITYFY FRIUI I'Y CIIANDLFR MILES DILLON MC CANDLISS FAIRMAN XVI I I S FROST FO0IHVIl.LII" l VANS TIIONHSON IRPIAND OFl'IC.'1iR.S' President . . . . . J. ERVVIN GOODWILLIE Vice-President . . DALE M. THOM1-SON Secretary . . LANVRENCE 12. FROST Gcucral Secretary TOM S. livANs C'llAlNMl5Af' OI" C.'OMlVIlTTlil5.S' AXIJ Cl'IUlt'Clfl Rl5l'RE.S'lZNTATIVES D. S'rEnL1Nc: AEELL LEON E. GRUHAUGII ROY A, CHANDLER NEAL D. IRELAND FIAROLU R. CHAPEL K0lllCR'l' J. McCANm.lss ROSWELL P. DILI.0N OswALn MICIIIELMAN O'1"rO T. IDRAENVELL IiAm. IVIILICS WALTER G. DRAICWICLL MAI!lfJN L. MOSICS EARL W. DUNN Awrliulz O. NICHOLS BEN C. FAIRMAN DAI.I1I M. THOMPSON EDMUND H. Fox CAuL'1'ON F. NVICLLS W. HAIQOLIJ GllIIlI,EY GAYNAIQII NVIIITNICY 462 C ., ,A ,I . ,- . 1 . A ' .'. '. ., ' ' X, cg, I-T V nj' I TQ? .-" "" 541' H. ,,. ,v,I , '-TM':..,,,,,,x,q:.,... h . f ,ff -ff' -:'f:ffiiPfw3-3,' .1i': ..::,' vrl yzvlgtrl 1 ,-1:. tiff? " f df ' In wrwfw 'fiffl ff ,, gf if P5 ff. Ada? fb ' 8 ECTIODAL CLU Caiainet Club SAUNDICRS PICKENS DU H015 CHASE CROSSMAN HAMPTON SANTLEMANN SPENCER AHERN SHEPARD MAC ICLIIANNON GURICVICII LIVICRMOHE SIIOICMAKICR PORTISR DHAIUEORN WHEELER O1f1flC.'li1f.S' Prcsiclcut . . . . . CARL VV. PORTER Vice-Presidcnt ELMIQR P. HAIQIJIELL Secretary . IWARK M. S1-1olaMARlcR rrl'CIlSllI'CI' CLI1fFoR11 BUCHLHR FRlan H. LIYIERMORIE RALPH S. MOOliI'1 WH.LlAM M. IJARNALI. THOMAS W. RoR1cR'rsoN ELMER P. IJARDIELL ALDLN L. HowARn WM. Sco'r'r T RGXVBRIDGI2 RAYMOND J. NIACELHANNON CLINTON H. DIQARRORN RALPH N. Dulims EDNVARII M, HAM1"1'0N Ml2MlfliR.S' JOHN R. FINLICY Gr:oRcs1a W. LIVSCOMIZ B. IJUNIJY W1 I 1-LLLIQR AI.l"liIiIJ W. SANTELMANN PICRCY O. DAN1-'oR'1'H JOHN M. BARNES OGIDICN A. K1-:1.1.s-Lv CAROL M. FARQUHAR ICRNIQS1' 5. SIHQRARH G. A. BARRRR XV. IJ. CHASE 464 CLrN'roN I-I. IJICARUORN CLAHmc 1... PICKIENS A. Ii, Ml-:RTON H, P. AH1-:RN J. Ii. BURNS IJICNRY RAvraNm. NIORRIS GUREVICII lil-:RNAR11 GURICVICH NIORRISON CLARK NA'I'IlAN 1iOllliR'l'SON li HN N I'I'I'H SPIQNCICK lilaonczl-1 J. CROSSMAN ARTHH1-3 T. SAUNIIERS President . . Vice-President Secretary . . 'fl'C?I5lII'C1' . ,r- VVlN1f1laLn C. IQING CARL F. ZIEKMANN EARL J. MPISNEIZ LION!-:L G. ISRIQNNAR GRORGE D, TRAM1' FRICIIICRICK WIQYLANU NORMAN H. STUMPF Ii. S'rUAR'r CAPRON I'IOWAl!lI P. SHARP F4 ' f p ,.'?,p1q' ,, A Q 5 wil NOD Scalp and Blad BUFl'AI.ll C'l.l'1: - M15M1fliR.S' ANDIQIC A. CARNOC 465 C . VVINFII-11.11 C. KING . EDWARD C. HAUG . CARL P. MAI!'FZLOFF . NORMAN H. STUMPF EIIXVARII C. I'IAUG EUGENI-1 B. WA1'r1z CARL P, MAli'I'ZI.0Flf CHARLES M. SPAULDING ART1-IUR D. S'rAuFF12R ,Il-:ROME ASIIMOIQIQ PIARVICY P. DAWS PAUL D, KING MlI.'l'0N H. GRAM HAN 'wr Q ' 2. Pxjebsidcpt . . Vice-Presidetit, Secretary 1 Treasurer ,i I F. MA'I"I1IIIsWg .GARDNICRA M JOHN, -BURGE I ROBERT E. ADAMS JOSEPH W. MOIQIEY J, M. DURDIN D. R. DURBIN NORTON L. GOLDSMHII THOMAS J. BEAN CHARLES H. HARVEY A. S. HOEIPIFLIN G. A. COLLET W. SELIGMAN CLAY TANDY MAURICE BERMAN I ' '. v Kelitqgkjf ,Club 'DOF17TCl5If5' H A 44 TMIMIIJITRSQ 'A M 466 ' R. F. - MA1"l'lIliWS F. M. SMITH D. L. Woon T. E. EUBANK . CORNELIUS DOSKER EDWIN SnjI'I'I.I2. HIiRBEli'l' KONN. F. M. SMITH T. S. FLOURNOY G. C. BR1z'rz FLOYD PoINm2x'rIaR JAMES S. WHALEY DONALD L. WOOD T. E. EUBANK J. HOWARD KING C. B. VAN ANTWERP I. T. WOODRUFF R. H. Scomcu Trios. M. DICKIQRSON Saginaw Club JKIIINSUN GUOUIVIAN SI VVHK V Ml RRHI I llll N Prcsimlcnt . . VHCC-Pl'CSi4llTlll Sccrctury . . rFl'C2lSlll'C1' . 1VIC.I1'lllCl' of lfxccl VV. li. Ii.xN1n11:1x1l-:R H. R. lir:cl4w1'1'1l A. j. l3ous'1' H. lf. IBRMIN JACK li1:l'r'1'oN L. ,l. limumws M. H. CASI-1 C. J. Cmlua IJ. C. Cunvl-:R B, K. Cummcsl-1 H. H. DAVIS H. ll. I,RAI'l'IR L. P. lClu.1cNls,xcrI G. H, FISCIIIER VV. C. Full-:us F. F. GANSCIIUNV J. S. G0mmM.xN F. A. GORMAN W. 1-I. GRANSI4: R. J. Guoss E. R. I'IlCliS S. B. HOWSI1lN A. V. Huss 0 l"lflC'lflx'.S' llivc Commiltcc . . . ,l. li. P. H R. A. F. A, L. Il. Jllliflllilflh' lf. ,lmmsnx Ii. K.Xl'lf3.l.XNN S. Km':I,1':R fi. lil.m4.xm11- H. linux-:N 5. lXI.l'All'l' ,l. Ll'.N1 A. Lovin-:N C. lVI.x1ew1 Nslu N. Mr-1lm11,I. F. M I'l'lIIIl'1LL H .wmv Mlm-:S R. H. Muoxlcv V, F. NI'1lTh1zXNN NVM. Nmems NV. C. O'Kl4:11:1flc H. F. l',A'l"l'liRSUN XV. R, VAYNI-I M. PIQARSUN D, H. 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CROWELL K. M. DAVENPORT I'IlfINRY ERvLANn CECIL B. HIEIQT ALDICN G. Hom' MAXWIELI. KA'rz DAVID I. KIESDEN PAUL KORER MORRIS I. LESTER MEMBERS 471 FRANK A. MlIliP-IYIY ' FIAJYI1 S. RIQYNIOLDS P. IJONALIJ MAXWI2I.L FRANK A. NIURPHY HOWARD E. OIXR ARTHUR O. PIERER JAMES RAWLINGS FLOYD G. REYNOLDS 1'IOWAl!D ROWLI-:Y ARNOLD I. RUMSICY ALIVRICD R. SLo'rN1CK RAY TOOLAN IDONALII C. TURNER CI-IARLIES VVALKIER M. G. VVINOGRAD . ROSCOE C. VVRIG1-IT President . . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer . . . R. W. SRVERANCE H. W. STOTZER R. B. TAYLOR E. M. BROWN H. F. BORON - T. A. HART J. A. LUKENS N. C. FLIRGRL D. M. RICHMOND H. E. WISNRR P. G. Towsucv R. SOMERVILLR W. H. KLOG1-:R WM. ELLICT F. L. VVARFIEL P. O. Avl':Rv K. H. PE'l'Rlli D. W. MCCOIIAIICK U. A. CARPRNT1-:R H. G. KLISIQKAMI' P. PAINE R. D. BROWN C. E. SUM: Round Up Club 472 Nun. A. MooRE HOIISON PIERCE P. W. HUS'FED B. V. SEVRRAN-CE W. GREENLEAF R. BUELL E. FUTCH C. DmNN1soN D. WAITE R. TOBIN L. VANWEY HARPS'I' F. BUCKINGHAM F. FERNEAU C. CAREW W. Gonrmav H. BACON P, BELKNA1' W. GREENWOOD STRoz R. ANIJIiIlSON B. ULvu.n G. RAUB J. MARSHALL H. HICKS P. HUTCH INSON H. R. EVERY South African Club MERRY lT11.l,1lCRS 1I1CYNS VAN 111511 M1-I11W'1'1 1115 NVICT RUUX IIOFFMAN IIRUOIJRYK 1711 KUCK 4 111 ASON 11 ROUX l1lIlN1HS1N WIUM 1f1l10T1' N111 11111111 IIAYSUN NKNRIINAN C011 SLI101 'MAN IIXANUN HUNTINI l 11.1-1 l11NNlN1 S111 'KIKNN M11R1NK MA1 11111111 VANROOVIN 1919-1920 1'rcsic1ent . . Yicc-P1'csic1c11t Scc'1'cl:11'y . . . '111'L'Zl511l'Cl' , . ifm1m1il1cc' Member 1.1U11111'l1l1.Cl' Member .,.. O. 1.l.l.m. H. 1. SclmlaM.xN H. 141. '11111i17N1SSliN 11. IIEVVITI' M. 1. Hxwolnul-llc I-I. P. VAN111-in M1-:lewis 15. S'r1cr1MA NN 1. MA1.1Ili1tll1'1 O l"l"lC'lilx'.S' f1C7'll"li MIEMIHZ 1 920 1921 A. M, Swfxllss G. 12. 1JYASON 1922 C. Hl4:NN1Nc: 13. HIQYNS F. VAN RICICNEN R. 12. Mlamw VV. me Koclc 1923 C. VAN ROOYICN 473 R5 11. ,l. Scum-:x1.'xN, '211'J L. H. H. VFIIICUNISSICN, ' IJ. 1Jv.fxsoN, '21D lf. VAN RIQIQNIQN, 'ZZD O 11m H1 11. S. 1.1 C. 14. S D. 1: M. IJ , Ii I-3, 'ZUD S. 1.11: lxoux, 'ZOD -1 Ruvx 11. IJYASON Roux 1iIiS'l'1'IR C11.1,11iRS 1'101"l-' M fx N GOLDIN M1'111Q1 Nc: 2213 Nippon Club SASIIIIIA TANAKA IXVANAGA IIIRAI UTUMO YONICMOTO IZUMA 5l,'Gll7llA IKICIHC Hlli L7XIflIAlx'A MIVRA KATSUIZUMI HDRILOII l'l'Kl'l MATSUMUTO ' KATSUIZUMI MHIAI, BJURIXA OFFICERS Prcsidcut . S. KA'rSUlzUM1 Vice-Prcsidcllt Sccrctnry . Treasurer N. Fmcm NV. l'IAmavAMA H. l'IORIlTCllI Ima H. Imcnm J. lmmm If. IXVANAKZA J. Izumi S. KASAI N. lf. KM'sU1zUM1 S. KA'rsl'1z1fM1 Z. NIATAYUSHI T, INIATSUH.-x M. NfA'I'SUMO'l'0 S. Mmm 474 Y. Os,xwA li. SASIIIIIA . S. l'lmAl H. IYIIIIARA M. Mwm M. IUARIYA G. NAKA1 Y. NISIIIMVRA N. CDIITOMIJ Y. OSAWA K. SAIlAliA'I'A B, Slfcslulm 'I'. TANAKA M. UYICHARA T. NVATANAISE YONliMU'l'lJ H. YosmwAcA Cosmopolitan Club IVU 1.041 KXVOK LU LI XVILSON TONG KICNIIALL MILIES SNVEICT NIP LIN LU IIl7S'I'AMAN'I'IC STUFK IIINKIIIAIXI NI l4III'1N VICN IISICAO IIOIIAS WU JANIKIICFI: I'UIiIII'IA AIIAIIICI. TKIQIIL RINI5ICI.IIAIiII'I' UYICIIARA 'IAVNG MIIIIIA C'IIIiN KASAV NIELANIO ,IAIFFIC LIC IIOUX ICLKINII IIVTKAIIINS IIJXRINll'R II II,I7NI,Il KI SLI-.Ii lIU'I'TI.IIiII GULIIIN SETO SNGUVIA IIURIUCIII MIIIARA KA'I'SIIIZl'NII CAVISTRANII TANAKA III'I1iAIH'IA TZUMI SASIIIDA "!llvm'v All .Yrllirrlzx ix IIIIIIIUIIIIXU I'rq-sirlcnt . . . . . . . . . A. M. ELKIND HOXINIJ Ol" l7llflfCTOlf.S' H. f,IRlTNWAI.lYl', 'ZOE R. C'.x1zsoN S. KA'rsU1zlfM1, Grad. Plaolf. -I. A. C. IIILIINIER P. SHINKMAN, '20 M. IIYIEIIARA H, 'IIIINfI, '20 T. l.owlm4: IIONOICARI' Ml5Ml3liRS PRIiSIIlI'2N'l' II. B. I'IU'l'CIlINS PROP. J. R. Nlc1.soN Picon-'. AI.I!IiIi'l' Lorkwoolm I'reoF. j. A. C. I'III.IlNI'ZR 475 -E 21 '75..4"'- V'-Jr" '11 . 9 .,.,--.W . Qfygggg 1511 QS 5 . 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Q, 4 U N W r 1.9 AAICHIGANENIIAN 4 2.0 " U 476 .Q Y.: f.VN New England Club IIORINBIIEN VICNTRES l,1'CfsiClCllt . . Vice-President Secretary . . . 'l'I'o:IsII1'c1' . . CII:IirI11:uI Of Executive IROIP. A. Ii, VVOOD P OII. .HIIOII CAIso'I' GI-:ORI:Ia AIJIIE IQIRBY ANGI.IC SIGRIII BIQRLING CIIIQSTIQR BONII GIQOROIQ BRIGGS P. M. BURNI-IAM G. M. CAMERON Il DOR'I'I-I ICA C I-IOAT MIJICIQIS COIILN GIQOROIQ IDARLING EIIWARII IDILLON 'l'IIOIvIAs IJONAIIUIQ ROIIIQRT DOOLIEV CLARK IJOWNEY JOIIN EATON FRANKLIN FARRIQLL RICII NIONII GARDNER 'I' I IOMAS FITZOIERALD DORIS CLARK MARIQARI-:'I' GRAVRS N Ic'I"I' I I-1 GOLIIRIQRG DUNA ll UIC 0lfl"lC'lflI'.S' Committcc . . . FACULTY MEMBERS PROF. S'I'I':I'IIIiN FARRELL PROF. I'IARRY CARVIQR M15 MISERS' l'1l.IZAlllC'l'lI GRISWOLD .HARRY HORINIIIIQN MAlll!lCl'I PIIIIBIHAIQIJ CJRRIS 1'IlTLL PAIILINH HUMI-IIRIQYS SARAII IQAPLAN XVILLIAM IQIZICIIAN LOUIS LIQAOIIM EIIWARII LI'I"I'I.IeIfIIcL1I IAIICNRV LEWIS ALIQXANIIRIA MQROIIII IC. M. MIl.l,l'fIi IIIA MINIQS ARNOLII MONROI-1 HAROLII NIiIiI.ANS ,lOsIcI-II FRANIQIQL IELSA OISI-:N FRIQII OVIENS EIINVARD PARSONS H'AZlEI. PRIaN'I'IcIz IJUNALIJ RICSSLIER 477 SAULTS M I NHS 'IQIIUMAS lJON.xIIIfI: IIIA MINIES DANIEL VIcN'I'RIcs EUWARII SAIII.'I's HARRY I'IORl-INRIICN PROP. VVILLIAM SIvII2A'I'ON l"ROIf. L LILO SIIARRIIIAN IQIIWARII SAIIIJIS LOUIS SCIIOIQNFIELD WILLIAM SCI-IwAR'rz IJANII-II. SIII-:IQIIAN ROIII:R'I' S M lil IIIcR'I' CAM.I-III':I.I, SIvII'I'II IQUTIT S'I'ONIc 1'IAROI.ll S'I'ROII'I' IJONALII SIIII-IIcRI.ANII CIIARLIQS TI-:NNIQY IiLsIIc TOWNSIQNII JOSIQIIII VIQRACY ,IOIIN VAI.IcN'I'INIc .DANIIQL VlCN'l'liliS CDAKLICY VVALIQIQR FRHII NNARI-'IQL CLARENCE WIans'I'LR AIlB0'l' WIQNOGIIAII ARRAIIAM S1-IARI-Ia ICLOISIQ GOIIIIARII United States Marine Corps Club President . . Vice-Prcsirlcut Sec1'ct:11'y . . 'rl'C1l!-Zlll'Cl' . . SCl'j.fl'Zllll"'Ill-IXHHS Publicity Mzmngcr ROIlliR'l' A. ANDERSON IJONALU M. ANTRIM LINCOLN J. CARTICR, IR. FRANCIS li. CHAIHVICK Ol"l7lC'lflx'.S' 4 J1lfi11lf?lilx',S' IIDRAVI-i XY. GRAY J. FRlaDlaR1c'R HARIIING XAIILLIAM C. 1-llclcs IQIINVIN A. Hour C1f1RIs'r1AN O. CHRISTIANSON FRI-LD:-:Ric E. PIOLMIQS FRANCIS J. CLARK TIONVARD L. Comm-:R XVILBUR F. DAv1s M. L. DICVIKIICS ICARL T. IDURBIN GI-:DRGR K. DURLIN CAROL M, FARQUIIAR 11AROI.lJ D. GOLIJS ROIQRR A. I-Ioor lRx'lNmz A. hlncxxmcs Cir':DRr:1a F. N1AI.K'0l.M TIIAYNIC O. M.x1.ms'rDN12 AI.l"lil'1Il I-I. RANDALL R0lil'1Ii'1' REID ROI!l'1R'l' ll, lQ1tiu.xRDsDN 478 . FRI-:D R. IfR.xNlu.1N . ALlf'R1f:D C, .l'IlR'l'Il PAUL VV. GDRDDN GICRALD li. GRl'lI'lNW'UOD . frORDON M. GALE EDVVARIJ W. BA'l"I'Y HtlXX'rXI4IP IC, Rmvsl-1 EIINVARII li. RUZICKA RAYMOND V. SMITH Jovcl-1 M. STI-:DMAN ELMIQR I.. S'l'lCl'lll'INSUN NVRSTDN I.. STUIIIJAIACIJ LAMDN1' SWANSDN l J. W. VAN V'Al.KI'INliURG NRWMAN NV. VVIIITIC P. I.. VVILSON BRN VV. WINTI-:R CHRIS M. YOUNIUOHN HDD:-:R'r A. ROBINSON f r .x 1921 I-Hop Committee MC KEAN SCIIOTT I FRENCH MARSIIALI. RODERICK KINGSFOHIJ IIILLUN b, MC GUWAN LICMI' WATTS Kll UE!!! ICRBLAND XVANDA Gn.x.xNGnAM AND Roswuu. JDILLON Luo 'rum Gamma Mzmcn 480 , 1922 Soph-Prom Committee IHCIERS IIITCIICUCK DONV PARSUNS F! INTERMAN SMITH EVANS l.l"0NARU MILLS NICXVTON bIAUlIl ll lfJAx'm I.. BRIQRS HUGH ,Hl'I'C'llli0Cli PIARRY PARSONS CAliUl,INl-I M. l.I'IUNARIl IVIAYNARII A. N1aw'roN Ursms Huw, Cl1:1i1'.m:m ARTIIITR IJ. S'l'AlIFl'l'R l':IlGAR IJ. F1.1N'rlcRM R1"1'H M. MILLS AI.I!liIC'l' Ii. lim NS lf. M. Smwu IQIIIIAR HRAln.r:x' 481 THE 19.21 J-Hor Gruxn XIARCH, :XPRIL 9, 1920 SUPIIOMKIRIC l'1eoM., Mfxnrn 1921 Snlfllomolu-: .l'lmM. 48.5 VIEWS OF THE NEW MICHIGAN UNION Michigaxfs Million Dollar Club-house 'l'III-1 MAIN DININII RIIIIM OF 'rIII-: MIIZIIIIIAN UNIIIN A l,iI.IMI'sIc Ulf 'rIII-: Mum-:I. KITCIIIIN IN 'rIII-: MICIIIGAN UNION lllld IUANCIC HALL IN 'rm-: N1-:w Mlt'lIlGAN UN Mrcumzm QUNION Fmsr Fwmi READING Room ION S'rAHewAv AND I-IN'l'1mN1'l-t IN 'I'lII4 NIICIIIGAN UNIUN x I I 1 A E Tm-: MIfIIlIGAN 'UNION Dnsx AND Lonnv 486 V I w Q , ,M ' --4w""I-fb. Tllli Lonnx' I.oul4lN1: lflmxl 'rm-2 XVI-1s'r ONE Ulf Tllli Mu:nu:AN UNxoN Bun Rooms 487 'l'xvl,N'rY-:fume 'l'Anx.1': NIICIIIIZAN UNION lhl.x.xAlm Ru li 'l'x-:N-Clmlu BIICIIIGAN UNION llmmlpn Sum' ' ' ' v L Jfraternitp Qeneral fraternities iBrnfessionaI jfraternities Zlanuse Qlluhs 489 General Fraternities III oI'IlcI' of their CSt2l1J11Si11T1C1'lt.2lf thc University of Michigan CI-II PSI .... . . ALI-HA IJELTA PHI . DELTA ICAPPA EI'sILoN . SIGMA PHI . . . ZETA PSI ...... PSI UIISILON ...... BETA THETA PI, 1845, rc-established . PHI KAPPA PSI . .I . . . DELTA -UPSILON ..... SIGMA CHI ..... '. . DlEL'1'A TAU IDELTA, 1874, rc-established . PHI DEL'1'1X THETA, 1864, re-established . SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON . . . THETA DELTA CHI . DELTA CHI . ICAPPA SIGMA NU ....... PHI GAMMA DELTA, 1885, rc-established. - . . . . - . . SIGMA . . . . . . SINFONIA. . . . . . . . ALPHA TAU GMEGA, 1888, rc-established. ACACIA .... PI-II IQAPPA SIGMA . ALPHA SIGMA PHI . ZETA BETA TAU . SIGMA PHI EPSILON I KAPPA BETA Psi . LAMBDA CHI ALPHA . BETA PHI . . PHI SIGMA KAI'PA PHI SIGMA DELTA THETA CHI . KA1"1'A NU 490 1845 1846 1855 1858 1858 1865 1867 1875 1876 1877 1880 1887 1888 1889 1892 1892 1902 1902 1902 1904 1904 1905 1908 1912 1912 1912 1913 1913 1915 1916 1919 1919 General Fraternity Rushing Rules Adopted by the Inter-Fraternity Conference AR'r1cLic ONE SIac'r1oN 1, No prospective niatrieulate or freshman shall he pledged to any fraternity prior to the tenth day preceding the opening day of the college year in which he matriculates. SECTION 11. All pledging must be done in Ann Arbor. SECTION Ill, Any pledgeman who has failed to become a student in the University within thirty days after the first opening day of college following his pledge shall forfeit his pledge. AR'1'lCI.l'2 'rwo SECTION I. No student shall be initiated into a fraternity unless such student has received, either CAD. Eleven C115 hours of credit earned in one semester in this University with a grade of at least "C" in each course constituting said eleven UU hours' credit. CBD. Or has received an average grade of "C" in all his courses taken during one semester in this University, provided that the co-urses taken amount to thirteen 113D hours of Work. l AR'r1cr.ie 'l'l-lltlili SECTION l. The failure of any pledgeman to fulfill the ahove requirements 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. 491 f 1 I ,- . '31 ':1 L'....u QM ' .:5?2'111'. I - ' N 2 . ji , . an mi: 'qjgl .F-C' , R-.T QQ: Sf' W yi x'7KI-Qxjxvy ..z,., . . 5-I'.x, b i n .,..X xgiyyf I l R H Q A ...,,Ig? xv. I... , fi '21 I... , In ,. Chi Psi ALPIIA E11 E.v!abli.1l1ed' SILON TH 1845 FKA TRES IN URIKE WALDO MACK ADDOTT, A. B. LL. B., A. E. 1911H. SEGER SLII-'ER, A. M. J. D., A. E. 1911 LOUIS PAUL BIICKLEY, LL. B., A. E. 1903 GUY LANSDELL WOOL1fO1.K, A. B., A. E. 1914 LEE EvERE'I"I' JOSLYN, JR., A. E. 1917 . FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1920 EDWIN SKINNER LARSEN EDWIN LYON ALLEN, JR. 1921 ROBERT EDWIN MCKEAN JOSEPH WINTER CUMMINGS HUNTER GILL GRIFFITII FITZIIUGH LEE BREWER . HOWARD BERNAI 1922 ROBERT EMERSON SNVART EDWARD TAYLOR IVES, JR. WILLIAM TILTON SISLER STEWART TAF'l' BEACH ALFRED LEWIS MAY IQICNNICTH MICIICICIIPIAIJ DAVlENI'0R'l' HOWARD FRANCIS MCGLASSON IRVING GRANDERSON CLAPI-IAM MACLEI.LAN EDGAR KING ROSS NOBLE WETHERDEE RICHARD QUIGLEY RICHARD CREEDON ID KNAGOS - GEORGE LEO BANZHAF THOMAS ARTHUR BELKNAP - ALLEN HU'l"1'0N REEKIE RENAUD SHERWOOD DAVID JAMES GREENAWAY HLARRY EDWARD MILES CIIARLES MACMl'LT.AN GREEN PLEDGES ALEXANDER MORAN TRITSCIILER FREDERICK S'I'I1AR'r RANDALL DAVID MIDDLETON KENNEIJY FRANK ELMER CAMP, JR. 492 JOHN CLIFFORD HANNA WILLIAM CHARLES VAI,EN1'INE CLEMONS HIRAM DAVITT NORMAN CLARK KOLI1 T -- v , , Foundad at Union College in 1841 MAY SIIERWOOD GREENAWAY QUIGLICY CLAPIIAM ' RIEIEKIE WI-ITIII-IRIN-Ili MILES BELKNAI' BANZ IIAF DAVICN PORT GRI-ZICN SWART IVES SISLICR Ill-IAC II MC GLASSON KNAGGS KING GRIFFITII LARSIEN MC KICAN CUMMINGS llRl'IWl'IR ALLEN DAVIS KOLH RANDALL TRITSCIILICR CAMI' ' VALICNTINE KICNNJCDY 493 NX Smi- Alpha Delta Ph1 PIENINSULAR CHAPTER -+ FRATRES 'IN FACULTATE PRESIDENT HAIQIQY B. HU'l'CH1NS, Ph. D. LL. D., Pcuu., 1871 YVILLIAM H. BUT'rs,'A. M., Penn., 1890 HENRY M. BATES, Ph. B., LL. B., Penn., 1890 JESSE S. REEVES, B. S., Ph. D., Amherst, 1891 EVANS HOLBIKOOK, A. B., LL. B., Penn., 1897 ROBERT T. CRANE, A. B., Ph. D., LL. B., Johns Hopkins, 1902 FRA TRES IN URBE CHAUNCICY H. SIIEARER, Cornell, 1879 CARI. C. VVARDEN, A. B., M. D., Penn 1892 FRATKES IN UNI VIZRSITATE TI-IEODORE W. ADAMS, A. B., Penn., 1917 DIGLOS G. SMITH, A. B., Penn., 1917 WILLIAM VV. WILLIAMS, Penn., 1917 ROI.I.A L. CARPENTER, A1 B., Penn 1918 ROLLIN R. W1NsI.Ow, LL.B., Penn., 1918 HI21'11U1lN INGHAM, Penn., 1918 1918 CYRUS J. WARREN JOHN S. WILSON 1919 CHARLES R. BEAVER ALBl'IR'1' A. CLARK CYRICNIUS A. NIEWCOMB, III 1920 HENIIN' N. ANDEIQSON MITIQIIAY F. GARDNER JAMES BLAIR WILLIS E. HARVEY GEORGE K. BRIGGS HARRY W. HEFFNER LEES J. BURROWS DAVID B. LANDIS GERRITT J. DIEKEMA, JR. LAWRENCE P. MCA1i'fIIUR JAMES W. GAMBLE GILBERT P. SCIIAEER 1921 ' WILLIAM C. ABB01"1' VVILLIAM H. INGHAM TRUMAN M. BIGELOW WILLIAM H. JOIINSTONE LEROY E. SWIFT , 1922 THOMAS H. ADAMS JOHN D. LANDIS JAMES M. CROSEY, JR. GORDON LOUD TI-IOMAS F, CUSIIING LOUIS R. LUX TIIOMAS C. FERGUSON, JR. P WILLIAM G. SHARPE, JR. EDWIN B. HENRY FRANK W. STEKICTEE WII.LIS M. IQELLY ' .JOHN S'1'EK1C'l'1E1i JOI-IN M. WINTERS, JR. 1923 J. LAROC DAVIS ALBERT E. GRAYSON GERALD J. HANCHE'I'T DONALD R. MCAR'l'II1,1R DAVID MGTAGGART, JR, 494 TIIOMAS B. MOOIIE WILLIS C. RICHARDS GEORGE A. SCHEMM JOHN G. SEARI.E JOHN L. WALTER alpha rDelfa Cphi Ifaundvrf at Hamilton Collrgv in 1832 SIIARI' LUX HENRY WI NTICRS CROSBY F. STEKETEE J. LANDIS LOUD FERGUSON CUSIIING ADAMS JOIINSTONIC YNGIIAM ARHO'l"l' THGICLOW J. STICKETEIC KIELLEY GARDNER HARVEY IIIEAVER ANDICRSON ll, LANINS IHICKICMA SCIIAFICR KIAMIXLE NIENVFOMIU IIURRUWS BRIGGS BLAIR II IEFFNIQR L. MC ART l'I UR 1 WARREN WILSON CLARK WAl,'I'IiR RICHARDS ,llANL'lllC'l'T DAVIS U. Mi' ARTII UR SCIIICMM SICARLE MUORIC 495 ' S. 'sn I -:E . 1V3QE,5, Q Qfjflfl- ,'- 2 31 I 'M CD D iff 1'X+WE9'-fiiffifr' Delta Kappa Epsilon OMICRON CI-IAI-TER Founded in 1855 1918 THOMAS F. MCAI.I.1S'l'ER 1920 WILLIAM D, CRAIG JAMES V. CAMPBELL J. PEMBROKE HAR'I IEDENEZER BUSHNELL STILES C. SMITH ROEERI' COOK 1921 ROBERT C, ANGELL A. CLARK BENNETT GEORGE DUFF11i1.D BARRY S'I'UAR'r HAIQRY L. PARKER ROBERT F. GRINDLEY GAIUS V. PERKINS I'IliNRY WIIITING, II 1922 HUGH W. HITCHCOCK CHARLES H. MURCHISON IOHK I. DAKIN ALBERT F. SCHIRMER EDWIN D. KAY E. BAR'I'LE'I"r BOOTH W.'KENNE'I'H RINDGE 'I'REvE'r'r C. CHASE RICHARD B. MAIQSI-IALL 1923 VVIZLLINGTON COOLIDGE A CHARLES M. TENNEY FORD ARCHER HINCHMAN, JR. VENNER E. BRAICE . EDWARD A. HUN'1'l5li DAVID G. CARTER FREDERICK S. FORD ARTIIUR DAVIDSON WILLIAM C. S'I'ERLING 496 1 1 'I 4 1 I l"nllllr1'4'rf nl Ynfz' c.UHt'f,I1' in INNI-I X. A. DAVIIISUN IKRACI-2 II U NTICR S'I'I'1Rl,l Nl! 4'AN'l'I-il! KAY SVIIIRMI-TR IIUUTII MUIIKAIIISUN RININIIC VIIASI-I S'l'UAR'I' ANGI-fl.l. MARSIIALI. DAKIN lIlTl'lIl'0i'K Ill-TN N I-I'l"l' INV l"l"l lCI.lI !'I'.Il li I NS l'A R li I-fl! XV Il l'l'l NH GRI NDLIIY HUSIINI-SLI. FAM l'llI'Il.l. SMITH URAIG IIAIIT FUUK M l' Al.l.l5'l' ' HINUIIMAN Tl-INNICY 1'UOI.lDHI-I FORD 497 l DU -4-ow? ' '- , ."" V A +1 2 Y., n .- ' f,-.,,. ,.,.,,- ,,, . 'if'- T- 'df ,I gy'I.5 ' 91- . . ' Lf' '-f' -4 414, Y - '-- . XI -, ' If " .-., 4,P.wf,, v , 'Qi I . .. -0, Aqe, Ig - I: X, V- ' V ,L -I ' '51-. ' . Sigma Phi ALPHA OF MICHIGAN Establislxed in 1858 MATTIIEW SCOTT TOWAR PERCIVAL LOWE WILSON GOLDWIN CARRINGTON DINWIDDIE CI-IARI.Es OSCAR WILSON GEORGE HOLMES RODERICK DURIJAN LONGENECKER MAXWEI.L MILES GRYLLS JAMES MERCER HADE S'I'EwARu WILLIAM KENNETH BROWN . BIICKLEY Cu'rI.ER ROBBINS V SAMUEL JAMES MCCORMICK 1920 IJONALII KNlfiH'l' NIIRRIELEES GEORGE RICHARD LARWILL LIONEL HUBERT JOHNSON EARL MARUICE JOHNSON 1921 ' REUBEN BICELOW A FREIIERICR LATTA SMITH 1922 ROBERT FREDERICK BARIE GAYLORII HUSTON AI,ExA NIIER FRASER f 1923 HOWELL NEWIIOLD TYSON JOHNJROBER1: SUTTON, JR. FRANCIS BYRON DARNTON 498 lfmmdvd in 1827 FRASER BARIIE IIADIE IIUSTON LONGENECKER BIGELOW SMITH RUDERICK TOWAR P. L. WILSON C. 0. WILSON MIRRHQLEES LARWILL L. ll. JOHNSON E. M. JOHNSON MACK IIARNTON SUTTON TYSON BROWN RUBHINSM MC CORMICK BOTTOM 499 ,V I I -Im . :. Mc! ff .1-S. I, ' y-1 0-VT 'Nl rm' . :I 'Iv .NYE Q 'W ' .O 'ig .IE-911. .. 41 Pi' f f Qi' .f-I-Q if A ge 4 ' Il , I:5I?'f" ' ff:1 V ff" 215 . 5' p avg ' rf ' 51. ' ' ff. :-: 4.-'.1':fY'37 r, 6 '-S5 ., Wi?-. -I-my I . 1 E U4-Y . . ' ' ' Zeta Psi XI CHAPTER E.vfabli.I'lIed in 18.58 FRATRES IN FACULTATE HERBERT L. CROSS, Epsilon, 1900 PIIILLII' C. BURSLFIY, XI 1902. NVILBUR BROTIIERTON, XI 1914 FRATER IN URBE JOI-IN C. CHALMERS, Phi 1864 FRA TRES IN UNIVE . 1920 CLARK VVALLACIC BISIIOI- MELVIN JOSEPH CASSIIJY ANDREW COMSTOCR I-IAIGII RICHARD AI.LYN HAIGII CHARLES NVIRGTL HTICKS 1921 ROBERT BARRY BIGIQLOW J. ALLEN BUMPUS FREDERICK A. BRADFORD ADIJISON PORTER COOK THOMAS DOANIC HINSHAW RIGIIARD HOVEY LEONARD ARCIIIBALIJ GIBSON WI 1922 JOHN :HILTON BRITTON JOHN WALLACE PAGE THORNTON W1I.LIAM SARGENT, JR. HENRY WIBIRT SRENCE, JR. STEPHEN WREN CRONAN LOTIIROI' PERKINS BULL CRAWFORD FROST BRADFORD Y. LARNED COURTLAND K. LARNED 1923 STUART STA NDISII 500 RSI TA T13 WILLIAM XMAIIIE HINSIIAW, JR HENRY GEORGE HOCH EZRA WILLIAM LOc1cwOOD'7C, ROBERT LEROY STORRER IDAVIIJ VVOOLVIERTON SIIAND PERRIN HLAMILTON LONG DANIIEI. P. IQICARNEY EVERARII FERGUSON PERKINS EMMERSON MARLOWE STEVENS FREDERICK RAY STORRER VVILLTAM HORACE WAGGONER ZNLICY HAROLD STAE1-'ORD GEORGE FARNUM STONE' CHARLES CIIAIJIN TERRY, JR. CLARK RUSSELI. VVARREN R. FRANK MCFADIJEN WENDELL P. MOORE ROBERT A. PHILLIPS CHARLES H. RAY FRANCIS L. SMITH 170HIldl'f1 at 1110 Uni-z'1'r'.s'ily of Nvw York in IS-I7 PAGE STONE SARGICNT STAFFORIJ WARREN SPIENCIE IIRITTON KICARNICY T. D. IIINSIIANV COOK WAGGUNI-ZR LICONARU STEVI-INS F. R. S'l'0RRl-IR PICRKINS BUMPUS 'IIRADFORD CASSIDY LONG SIIAND BISHOP ll.A.HAlGH IIOCII LOCKWUOIJ W.W.lllNSlIAW IIICKS A.C.IlAlG'll WICNLIEY, IIIGLOW, R.L.STORRliR STANDISII FROST R. Y. LAIKNED HAY FRONAN ML' FAUDICN V I'lIlI.l.lI'S HULL SMITH MOORE C. K. LARNED 501 GEORGE W PATTERSON, JR. if 3-'J JI. I, R -'MCB' -., .. .Lp mm-I . 4 T T ' " 'X 2 3 115 , Iwi ,E Psi Upsilon PHI CHAPTER Extablislzcd in 1865 FRA TRES IN FACULTA TE A, M., B. S. 1884 FRANCES IQELSIEY, Ph. D., 1880 HENRY FOSTER ADAMS, Ph. D. FRA TRES IN UJVIVERSI TA TE , 1917 DONALD FINKIIEINER, 20L 1918 GEDRCI-2 VVEADOCK, 221. 1919 JACKSDN SMART RICHARD KHlJ1iN JOHN KERR HENRY CAULKINS 1920 F. WARD CULVER MARVIN RORICK CECIL B. HERT ARTHUR WEADOCK JOHN IvEs SIDNEY MOELLER THOMAS UNDERwoon CLARENCE MOlIl.'l'HROP 1921 CHARLES IRWIN PAUL EATON BENJAMIN WILSON RICHARD KHUEN III CARI.E'I'oN FINKBEINER ,JOHN MCCALMQNT ALBERT JACOBS CEILAN RoR1cK FREDERICK LA'1'TNER JAMES' SPENCE HowARD WEEKS 1922 MASON BARR DUNCAN MCCAl.LUM JOHN BoLToN GUY MUL'rHRov FRANK COTTER WILLIAM NORRIS EDGAR FLINTERMAN HARRY PARSONS JOHN LANE KEITH RANKIN . WILFORD MASON BOWEN SCHUMACHER FREDERICK WORCESTER JAMES WITKIEII , 1923 VV11.L1AM COLBURN WILLIAM I'IE'I"l'R1CK, J ALI-'RED HUSS GUY X'VED'l'HOFF R. 502 FRANK WEDEER JOSEPH CRAIIIIE KENNETH SI-IAW Jm-IN M11I.111i1VON 174 X , , I , Foundfd at Union College in 1833 7 5 .- G. MOULTIIRUI' SMART MC CAL!-SUM WORCIESTIER PARSONS RANKI FUBBS KIIUEN WILSON SPENCIE C. RORICK JACOBS LATTNER WEEKS R. KIIUI-IN C. FINKIIICINICR EATON MC CALMONT 0. FINKBEINER KERR CAULKINS C. MUULTIIROI' lll:RT UNDIERWUOU IVIES M. RORICK CULVICR IIOSKIN WEADOCK STONE MOELLER J. SMART FLINTIERMAN WICDTIIUFF MULIIIZRICN WIQIHCR COLRURN IIUSS SIIAW Ill-ZTTRICK POTTER LANE 'Y . X NORRIS MASON BOLTON SCIIUMACIIER 503 FRANK E. ROBBINS, Ph. D., JUNIUS E. BEAL, 1882 J. J. GOODYEAR, 1884 WARD W. HARRIMAN HAIKIQY B. MACCALLUM JOHN C, SMITH ROLAND B. RUST W ALIJO G. HAREERT NVILLIAM SCOTT TROWBRIDGE ROLLIN E. DRAKE, JR. FREDERICK B. WICKHAM RALPH R. BRUCH HOMER H. FREEMAN W. CYRUS RICE Ill LAWRENCE W. SNELL, JR. JAMES A. RUSSELL DONALD M. RANKIN 1 ,Iii- -"Y Im ,V QM" r 'EE' Wi.. .I Q11 Beta Theta Pi LAMBDA CHAPTER Established in 1845 FRA TRES IN FA CULTA TE EARL W. Dow, A. B., 1891 WILLIAM W. WAITT, Ph. D., 1879 M. E., 1906 ALLAN S. WHITNEY, A. B., 1885 FRATRES IN URBE DWIGHT H. RAMSDELL, 1886 ELMER E. BEAL, 1894 EDWIN R. PARKER, 1896 LEONARD H. BARRE'l"l', 1889 WELLINGTON H. TINKER, 1889 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE FREDERICK H. LAUDER JOHN B. TRIMELE CLARENCE K. PA'l"l'ERSON LEWIS H. MA1"1'ERN 1920 A. PETER VAN BRUNT WILLIAM S. CLARKSON IRVING S. CHAPIN 1921 RAYMOND DEMO'PT SMITH CLARENCE D. BLESSED ' 1922 I EDWARD J. ELLIOTT DWIGHT P. JOYCE 1923 RODERT V. V. RICE MELVIN R. COLEMAN AVERILL NVORTH S. OTIS T. GRAHAM 504 PARKS A. NUTIER WILLIAM P. SMITH MlE1!I1I1"1' BRUCH GEORGE S. HODOES LINCOLN AVERY, JR. IIOWARD N. COLLINS CHARLES L. MJACCALLUM JOHN L. HANLEY BERTRAND H. BRONSON EDWARD H. YOST ' WEST H. GALLOOLV VIRGIL S. REITER FREDERIE A. BROSSY NVILLARD H. GRAHAM fx eta Theta ini FUlHllfl'l1 in Miami in 18.99 , A I-1l.I,IO'l'T llRl7l'Il IIRUNSUN JOYCI-I XV. Rlfl-I YUST FREEMAN IKIJCSSI-Ill NAV l'AI.l,l'M IIANLICY XVICKIIAXY G.Xl.l.U!lI.Y COLLINS SMITII AVICRY DRAKI-I IIAIHKI-IR'l' Y.XNllRl'N'l' 'l'lUlXVlllHlNlIi 4'llAl'IN ULAIKKSON RICITER IIROSSY CI7l.l'1MAN R. RYCIC SNIILI. AYICRILI. RANKIN XY. GILXIIAM RUSSELL 505 C If 99 I. ff. I 1 ' X i' ir N ' . 4 NX VW PEP, V"Pg1 'X I RAISFA ,I Phi Kappa Psi MICHIGAN ALPHA CHAI"I'ER ' Established' in 1875 FICATRES IN lfACULTATli JOHN ROIII RI h.FllNtlR III D. WILLIAM MCKEE GERMAN, A.B, M.S EDWARD l'fINIRY IXRAUS PII D. I"IIII.I.II- GEORGE BAR'rEI.ME CHRIQIOIIIIR G PARNAII A. B., M.,D. CLAIRE FROST LYMAN, A.H. 1920 ,O- DAVID LOWRY VNNDUS1-IN MAURICE CLARK PIA'r'r HAROLD ELLS CovI2R'r FLOYD SCIIAGER SANDERS RODERI' ATLEE CURRAN ELWYN GEORGE DAVIES VVILLIS DAVID S'rINsON IMUIR PENICK S'I'UAR'r BRAINARD SMITH JOIIN LEWIS PENTECOST, JR. CYRENIIS GARRE'I-'r DARLING ROIIER1' JEROME DUNNE BRUCE BIIICK VAN DIISEN JOHN GORDON HILL HIIOH EDXVARII VVILSON DIIJSICI ARNOLD ALAMANZO PIA'I"r JAMES HUN'FlNG'l'0N PA'r'I'ON WARD KELLEY CONOVER HOXVARD HARLEY RICII 1921 1922 'II MAY 1923 CIIA Rlilill l'1RN1iS'l' BACIIMAN CARI. EDWARD JOHNSON GERALD WILLIAM FROICM KE PAUL REUIII-:N KEMIII-' LAWRENCE REED VAN NESS WOODIIIIRN BARNES VVALBRIDGE ELMER HAIIDY LU'I'HI-:R LI-:wIs CLARK PAISLEY GRA'r'I'AN LAUDER ROIIRKE CARI. EDWIN HAA1 MON!! NOR III A N MCAI.l!I N BROAIJWELL VVII.I.IAIvI PHILLIPS CAMIIDELI. BREWSTICR PHILLIPS CAMPDIHJ. ROIIER1' CASS VAIL LESLIE S'l'lilU.1NG WAI'I'I-: SE , ALLISON GALE JAMES EDWARD SNOWVER REID CI-IARLEs ALFRED HIIMMEII WILLIAM AR'l'1'lI1R BOWEN HAIQIQY JAMES WALKER 506 Founded in Jcjfvrsozx Collvgzr in 1852 PAISLEY VAN DUSICN VAII. DARLING WAlTl4I DUNNIC CAMl'lH4II,l. XVILSUN RUURKE WALBRIDGE PICNTICCOST LUTIIICR DAVIICS SMITH HAMMOND l'lCNll'K STINSUN COVERT VAN DUSHN l'lATT KEMPF VAN NESS FIYRRAN JOHNSON FRUICMKI-1 HACIIMAN SANIYICRS HILL PIATT CONOVER JAMES IKHVICN PATTUN IIROADXYIILI. 507 I1 ga-1 'vu 0 6 11' ' ,, N 1834 r A4 il G.: fgl i- L81 A ,ir , A I, 1, 5 ' - 252'- 4 i i 2.5r N- xi W F X.. J I " L. 1 4 I x Delta Upsilon MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established in 1876 IYRATRES IN FACULTATE AR'I'IIIvR LYON CROSS, Ph. D., Harvard, 1895 HARIIISON MCALL1S'I'1iR RANDALL, Ph. D., 1893 JOS1il'1l HORAC1i DRAKE, Ph. D., LL. B., 1885 JACOB IELLSWORTH REIOHARD, Ph. D., 1892 1A,AI.'l'l'ZR Bl1R'l'0N FORD, A. M., M. D., 1898 SIDNEY FISKE KIMRALL, A. B., M. Arch CI.ARI':NcE L. MEAIIEIX, Ph. D., 1891 Harvard NVILFREIJ BYRON SHAW, A. B., 1904 1"RA7'lflZ.S' IN URBE ' AI.III-:R'r EMERSON GREENE, Ph. D., C. E., HENRY XVEED NlCHflI.S, 1898 Ali'I'lll'1i NVILLIAM STALKICR, A. B., 1884 1-TORACE GRI-:ELY PRE'r'I'YMAN, A. B., 1885 1895 C1'1liS'I'ER W. CLARK, A. B., 1919 HAIQIQY MACK HAWI.EY, A. B., 1915 MPl11I1I'l"I' M.'X'l"1'ISON HAWXIIURST, 1898 GEORGE HIIN'I'ING1'ON BROWN, 1884 FRANCIS B. Vlilllllili, A. B., D. D. S., 1918 EDWIN J. HIIN'rINO'rON, C. E., 1919 1"RA'l'Rli.S' IN UNIVERSITATE CLEMEN'I' H. MAl1S1IAI.T., Nu Sigma Nu JAMES I. MCCLINTOCK, Phi Delta Phi 1..1CS'l'1iR E. VVATICRIIURY, Phi Delta Phi ALAN W, BOYD, Phi Delta Phi 1920 CLYDE JAMES HEATH . JAMES CRAMIYION FINN JAMES A, DOIISEY FREDERICK B. LYON JOHN R. REILLY ROBERT G. YERKIES X 1921 JACK R. GARDNER JOHN W, MOON CHARLES M. DRAKE PHILIP W. SCHNORIIACH ROBER1' L. DIKAICIE VVELLINGTON T. URCH PEIRCE MCLOU'l'1I 1JEAN W. Tl'F11S 1922 A GEORGE F. GREEN JAMES E. COMIN JOHN P. PHILLIRS GAYORII F. LARER RICHARD G. BROMI-'IELD LLOYD JOHNSON RICHARD B. SCI-IEURMANN CHARLES L. JEROME FREDERICK VVALKICM 1923 S. MUNGER FINN ROBERT D. GIBSON EDWIN T. SETTLE HARRY R. CHAPMAN CHARLES W. MCEI.LVEN JAMES H. FOSKETI' L, GRANT BALDWIN SAMUEL M. SUTTER WILI.IAM W. OI"rAwAY FRAZEUR S. SLATER JOHN Ross RIFORII LINCOLN J. CARTER 1 JUNIOR MAI.i'0hISl1N 508 -.., .. I Ifounzdcrl af Williams Collvgc in 1834 CHAPMAN FOSKIETT JOHNSON JEROME IIROMFIELD SCHHURMANN I'1!ILI.IPS LAFER GRE!-IN ll. DRAKE MC LUUTH URCII TlTl'S WALKICM IT. D ARE MOON SCHNORBACII GARDNER LYON I. C. I-'INN REILLY DORSEY HEATH RAMSICY YERKI-ES BISHOP BALDWIN S. M . FIN N RI FORD OTTAWAY SETTLIC N C ICLLVICN GIBSON SLATI-IH SUTTICR 509 Cf-.25 . ,N . .1 -54 ""'55EGW6Es .l4'1".., N'-'..f.I" Sigma Chi THIETA THETA CHAPTER Eslablished in 1877 FRA YLRES IN FACULTATE FRED M. TAYLOR, '76 HENRY C., ANDERSON, '97 LEWIS M. GRAM, '01 FRATRES IN URBE FIELDING H. YOST, '97 ALBERT H. STONEMAN, '97 DURAND W. SPRINGER, '08 WALKER H. MILLS, '17 1 PAUI. M. MOORE, '22M GEORGE I. MlIRI'HY, '17 LEWIS A. STONEMAN, '94 1fRATl?E.S' IN IIIVIVERSITATE , 1920 EUGENE JACOB WAIT GODDIE FREDERICK PI'lIl.I.I1'S 1921 E. DONALD WITT VVADE HAMl'TON MORIQOW STEWART BEA'l"l'I1C HOWSON JOHN TEDFORD BACHMAN KARL ADAMS DIETRICI-I A HAROLD PARKER ROHDE HERMAN JENNER DELANO LAKE ERIE RARIDON 1922 KENNETH GIBSON BLOUOII ALLEN BOLTER SUNDERLAND CHARLES ARNOLD WHEELER CARL CLARKE I-IUIIACH WAYNE KELLEY DAVIDSON RICHARD ELLIOTT GALE CHARLES EDWARD HOFFEIQ CURT PAUL SCHNEIDER WILLIAM JOHN MENKE NAVAlil!E PHILLII' MAl!liN1'A ROBERT SWAIN PEARE' EDGAR' BRISTOL CRANE 1923 JOHN WILKINS EATON ROBERT EDWIN ADAMS GEORGE WALTER FISKE JR. ROBERT Mc MASTER WINSLO HARRY JOSEPH BYRNE J. PHILIP BREWER HARRY HAWKINS JONES ALFRED CARROLI. HIR'l'PI W 510 Y LEWIS :HARLAN STONEMAN' H. DAVENPORT RIDGLY KEITH MALCOLM SCHRODER EDWARD PAUL REILY EDWIN FRANK FLAI'I'z TIIAIN FARLEY ANSELL TURIIER BLAKE JOHN FI.E'I'CH ER LARKIN "W sigma cm f'.UlHllIt'I1 in 1855 FISKIE ADAMS IIYRNIC EATON RICILY I1I.AKli SFIIIIUIHICR IIIRTII MARICNTAY ITALIC SC ll NIQIIIIER CHAN Ii DAVIDSON IZIINILY l'I"AIIl-T ll IIIIACII SIVNIJIQRLANII IlilCl4I'1K IIACIIMAN MICNKIC DI-I LAND IIONVSON IlI,UI'Gll IIARIIIUN IIOI"I"I'IR MII.I.S SIIARTICLI. MITT WAIT MUIIPIIY IIUIIDIC I'llIl.I.II'I'S WINSLOW LAIIKIN IIRICWIQR STUNICMAN JONICS 511 W 4 -x45 F39 ' IW A I A 2:3 II I 'B J Delta Tau Delta DEL'rA CHAl'Tl'1R lI.I'lrIb1i.vl1I'2I in 187-1 I"RATRliS IN IJACULTATE RALPH H. CIIRTISS Ph. D. FLOYD li. l5AR'I'IaI.I. Ph. D. NED R. SMI'I'II A. M., D. P. H. .'XR'I'lIl'li H. BLANCIIARIT C. E., A I'IOl3AR'l' H. VVILLARII Ph. D. IVRATRES IN UKBE ROBERT C. IMACKENZIIC STEwAR'I' E. DO0Ll'I"I'I.IC 1Phi Rho SIgm'IJ WARREN H. FLORER Ph. D. ROIIICRT S. BUOL CPhi Rho Sigmaj S. D. INOI-IAM EMICRSON EARL MC1qINl.EY A. B. CPhi Rho SIg,m'1D GEORIIE P, McCAI.I.IIM - F. P. AR'l'l'lUR D. D. FRED W. SIIAFER FRA TRES IN UNI l"'ER.S'17'A TE 1920 HARRY SUNLEY STANLEY JAY THOMPSON FREDERICK WILLIAM PARSONS FREIJERICK EBERMAN CI.ARY GEORGE ANDREW CADWELI. IR. QHOBART FRANKLIN SMITH THOMAS BRACKETI' ROBERTSON SICWELL ITINCKLEY PLATT . 1921 JOIIN BUSWELL MEIi'fON RICHARD OTTO FISCIIER HENIQY NORMAN BRAND EDWARD HANCIE BASSETI' BRADNER DUNDY VVHEELER BERNARD HARVEY SI-IIRK IXENNETII EDGAR RELYEA EDWARD THOMAS USHER, JR, - CALVIN GERIIERICII XNIETZEL 1922 JOI-IN MCGIQEGOIQ BARNES GEORGE FREDERICK CLIIIIJERT HARRY STUIIIINER SIEOEL GICORIHC MASON GILMORE 19.23 ANIJIQENV ARMSTRONG KINCANNON, JR. XVENDELL FOREST HANSEl.MAN NATPIAN VVOOD ROIIERTSON FREDERICIC CLIFTON JCI-INSTON HARIQY ANIIREXN' S. CLARK ROSCOE TORRICY SPANNAGIEL ROIIERT ATH EY 512 BERNARD "" 15-"l56T'k.'n.'1.n E I A -uf 811 lfmlndvd nl lfvllmlly C'nll4'g1f' in M59 USIIICR XVII l'1liI.FR BRAND Sll'f4Il'Il. Sfllllll-ZS N ICRTUN llA5Sl'1'l"I' IHCLYI-IA IKARNICS FISIII-IR l'I.Il'I'l'IR'I' GILMURIE XVI-ITZI-IL CLARY l'l.A'l"I' RUIII-TRTSON PARSONS SlYNI.l'IY TIIUM PSON FAIIXVI-Tl.I. SN I'l'Il SPANNAHI-fl. JOHNSON KINCANNUN Ill-1liNARIl RUIKI-IRTSON lIANSl-1I,MAN 513 -ng . A Sys? I-f, .jf - Y- X139-1 . Il, 1 A if 'K+ . J , if QT, ' t ,- V4 'ff ..f , ' w if 5 56 ' Phi Delta Theta MICHIGAN ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1864. Re-established in 1887 FRATRES IN FACULTATE HENRY A. SANDERS, Ph. D. CHARLES W. EDMUNDS, A. ALBERT E. WHITE, A. B. ERMINE W. CASE, Ph. D. EARL V. MOORE, A. B. GUY M. WHII'PLE, Ph. D. FRATRES IN URBE ATHOL B. THOMPSON LELAND SCOI-'IELD ELLSWORTH H. SHERWOOD GEORGE W. WILLIAMS RALPH PETERSON RAY H. BRIGGS SIDNEY C. MCIN'l'0SH LEO A. BURNS FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1920 WILLIAM G. BADE RUSSELL BARNES ICENNETH D. BOND FRANCIS CASE CHARLES UPSON CLARKE WILLIAM SLEEPER ISHAM SAMUEL W. KENDALL DONALD P. YERRES CORNELIUS DOSKER I JOSEPH R. GEBHAIQTX JOHN HENRY GEORGE BARNES EDNVARD C. DAVIDSON THEODORE CASE WILLIAM G. CHRISTIE NORMAN C. DAMON FRANCIS M. DEWEY ORIS E. HAMILTON JACK P. BECKTON WILLIS R. LEENHOUTS 1921 1922 1923 DOUGLAS ROBIE 514 JAMES A. KENNEDY, JR HARRY J. MACK D. KINGSTON MESSNER HARRY W. RUDINE MORRISON W. SCOFIELD CHARLES E. VAN CLEEF, KARL H. VELDE FRANK H, HOLMES RICHARD G. MARSHALL GEORGE C. PRATHER EARL K. MCGRATH WILLIAM W. MICHAELS GEORGE F. KEIRER ' W. GRAYDON MILLER RAY M. OLDS EDWARD K. PILCHER WALTER H. VELDE HERBER1' DUNPHY JAMES E. JOHNS WJ. ,.,, i, r 1r- .:., ,,..,..,. ,g.f--fMwm--., .-- ..,- 4 , f' , , . """', Lv -'F' . ,, f .. .. -- . 'fr-M . ..n.. ' .v1.,.1,z.qw. , .M -9 Qi 1 IU t fapv Arg? 1 in I All l I I 1 x w V '1 I I .-.. ........-..4. Founded at Miami Ufziwrsify in 1848 CASE BARNES KEKPEI MICIIAELS DAVIDSON MC GRATII CASE ISIIAM KENNEDY DOSKER GE ART MARSHALL HOLMES PRATIIER HENRY KENDALL SCOFIELD VELDE RUDINE YERKES BADE CLARKE VAN CLEEF MESSNER MACK BARNES BOND HAMILTON OLDS CIIRISTIE VIELDE LEENIIOUTZ MILLER DAMON PILCIIER DEWEY 515 S in -o IWW' I .. ., rg-gm l I ., 5 I A ' ' .2114 I-q f f, ,Y . nf. 1 4- I Q 'fi'-7 I E f2 Il1R. ' I L W V11 I ' ga 2,15 Q3 fi, 'ff 'I' 'NN ..I"f"f'7 . QLPMA EJ QIIIAO AAQ Sigma Alpha Epsilon MICHIGAN IOTA BETA CHA1"l'1ER Iistablislzed' in 1888 FRATRES IN FACULTATE ROY W. ELLIOTT, B. S.. SCOTT C. RUNNELS, M. ARTHUR D. MOOIQE, B. S. CE. EJ FRATRES IN URBE OTTO H. HANS HUGO E. BRAUN PAUL M. IRELAND F. CoRTEz BELL CARL E, BIRD ,IAMES W, HAL1-'HILL MELVIN L. PAGE ERNEST L. ZEIGLER STERLING W. WICKWIRE FRA TRES IN UN I V ERS! TA TE 1920 HAIQIQY P1 BENNETT WILLIAM M. DARNALI. DEWEY F. FAGERIIIIRG VINTON HAMMELS KENIIRICK KIMRALI. WILLIAM I.EI'I'zINr:I4:R ERNEST K. ARMSTRONG IJONALII A. BAILEY JOIIN C. COVVING CHARLTON LOUKS 1921 GERALD F, NYE WILLIAM C. O'KEEIfE WARREN C. PARMENTER G. BUELL PEARSON VVILLARD L. PEACH EUGENE VERNOU ROIIERT O. KEIiIi!y Bovn H. LOOANV FRICIHZRICK W. SULLIVAN 1922 ROGER C. BAUMAN MIXIQVIEI. HICKS HUGH F. BENSON PERRY M. HOIIIIS WILLIAM BENSON I-IAROLII J. LAUVER JAMES M. BOWERS MIil.VIN D, MOEIiSI'I ,TOIIN K. I'J'YIf'I'ON CARLOS A. SPIESS JAMES G. FREY AARON H. WEBSTER ROBERT C. HA MIIJION PLEDGES SHELIION M. BROWN MARTIN A. COLLISON CIIARLES H. CORY EIFGIIZNIC B. POTTER 516 RONALD P. SELWAY EIIWARII T. SEYMOUR RICHARD SWEET ROIIERT C. WHITLOCK ,m.,,.-N-..,.., 1 Uv ,- -gww 1,41-X - , v--,,.- --W.,-.., - rw rf-eww-Q-.,,,.,n,...-Q-N.,.r.-vl-"' ' ,,.. ...M . u - .. , ..., ...J'.....,.U2L.f., ...M . ,,........ ., ,.,,.,.i.......4.1.M.,,,.4J.,,..fN,:.M.....-sm AUCL, O i'1 l'.t7l!ll!ft'll ul lln' lfali'z'vr.v1'!y uf xlfllffllllltl in 1856 HORN' HXYl1l"l' XYlIl'l'l.iN'K l'Il'I"l'I-R t'Hl.l.ISUN IIUIHKS IIAUMAN MOIERSII ll, HICNSHN lllYl-"FUN l,.U'Yl"R NUXYICRS lI.XMll.'l'UN Sl'lI-ISS I-'RIEY KICHR IlAIl.l'.Y UOXYINKE I'. IKICNSUN lIll'KS LOGAN NYIC I'ARMI'1N'l'I'1I! SUl.I,lYAN HAM MPLS lllCNNl'1'l"l' IHXRNI-1I.I. ARRISTIHUNKS YICRNOIY LOUKS l'l'I.Xl'II I"AGl'1Rlll'RU U'IiIfI-IlflI VICARSUN l.I-KITZINQII-kN Sl'1YMlH'R SliI.XYAY IKRUXVN 517 Rf, Z KT- 'A . I l '5-'jig fs , no , QNX Theta Delta Chi GAMMA DEUTERON CHARGE , Established in 1889 FRA TRES IN URBE W. H. BUTLER, Ph. D., LL. B., '91 EDWARD D. WARNER, LL. HARVIEY F. CORNWELL, A. B., '07 HARRY MCCLURIE HARRY O. POTTER, A.B., '12 ' FRATRES IN UIVIVERSITATE RONALD A. BUTLER EUGENE R. ELZING A WADE W. STONE 1920 C1-IESSER M. CAMPBELL DONALD NV. CRABBS VVILLIAM P. FAVORITE HAROLD E. GRAvEs REOINALD J. JEAVONS LOUIS D. BANNON IVAN M. DANSARD RICHARD C. LoscH CLARK N. BOOTHBY EDWARD S. FREY GEORGE E. GREGORY BENJAMIN E. GROV HAROLD T. HALL GRENVILLE D. AND 1921 1922 ES PLEDGES REWS DONALD D. BOOTHEY WARRON O. CLARK 51s HTUDSON FLEISHAUER HOWAIQD I'Il2FFRON KEM1' KENNA FRANK D. PEASIC CLAYTON S. SHOEMAKER GUY S. SHOEMAKER DONALD H. VANHORN JOSEPH H, ROBBINS DONALD B, STRATTON FREDERICK M. THOMPSON JOHN P. HOLDEN DONALD E. MAYTHAM DONALD A. MURRAY . ROIIIEIVI' Q. WAssoN GORDON E. WHITDECK CLARENCE D. DEPUY CHARLES M. ICINIIICI. FRANK H. MCPIICI4Z B91 Founded at Union College in 1847 Y I 4 FREY WIIITBI-ICK C.-BOOTIIHY MURRAY HALL GROVICS WASSON MAYTIIEM GREGORY HOLDEN LOSCH STRATTON ROBBINS FAVORITE THOMPSON BUTLER DANSARD DANNON STONE CAMPBELL VANIIORN JEAVONS KI-INNA C. SHOEMAKICR ELZINGA PHASE G. SIIOIEMAKIZR CRABBS D. BOOTHBY ANDREWS KINDICL WOOD DIEPUY MC PIKE FLARKE 519 1 . . H-I..vwmwcIwrnc1n1w:g,4,,,-zwnwilw 4.4.7 1 '- ' I If V- f 1-511511173-I I fl 1? I I I I I -L, ml- .ifP .MMQIIIILf4I.a.,.f1.ief '1"T""lM'53'1'1" .LL H V awp if iff.-I M . . .......,.,.,.,....,L.... I h 111' 4 '77 f - I E. I II Q : Delta Ch1 MICHIGAN CHAPTER E.rlaI1Ii.vl1z'd in 1892 -. ' 1920 '.'- H'AIIvIav T. BASSICTT JOSEl'l'I L. BA1-:ER -- EIIWAIIII C. P, DAVIS JOHN M..BACON ' CHARLES R. OsI1Is IR. E. TI':vIs EIINVARIYS f 1921 ' ' WILLIAM H. WIRT LEs'I'EII S. LIIKINS LEMAII S. DOYLE WILFIIEI1 R. LAUIIIE BENJAMIN W. WINTER KENNETH B. MONTIGEI. X V .SANFORD R. NICCAREN RonEI1'r ,L. MCCU'lfCI'Ili0N wh WILL R. ' 1922 ' X JOHN S. KYSiER. DoIrcsLAs F. PARKS PTANLEY S. SIMPSON WILLIAM H. HOFFMAN , ' l H. HAIII.ow AKERS X V PLEDGE5' ALLEN L. WELCH DUIILEY L. HAYS .LEO R. LAROCHFILLE Roanm' L. NEAL!! . HAEIJY P. HoovEIz C. PHILIP BAKER '1- CLAUDE E. ESTES ALIIER1' E. BETTELEY 1 'HARRY B, PII'rNEY ANDREW T. LYON .S JOHN EL GAIIVIN- HAROLD E. S'I'oIIz j . '. . .A ., I 1 IX 520 I CDGltZ'IL l"UI1lllil'If al C1Ul'll1'H U11i7'4'1'.x'il,x' in 1890 . NEAL!-: cmnvx N Amzles li vywcn " X mas WIGLC ll LA uoclll-11.1.19 s1'onz :uc m'AmcN nm'i.1': x.,x1'1e11c 1.u1nNs NICFSIC Mc ctuTvn1a0N MONTIGICL osms xmvls 1mss1c'r'1' J. xmruzu lamvmms wrm' WlN'I'l-'R P, ILXKICR l'l7'I'NllY Ill1I'l"I'I-Il.lCX' IIUUVPTR 521 s7f' T ffl C ..j'i"'K' E . --,, -"' Kappa Sigma ALI' HA ZETA CHA I"1'ER Exiablislzed in 1892 FRA TRES IN FACULTATE FRANK 1'IOWARll STEVENS, B. S. ARTIIUR EVANS VVOOII, Ph. D. FERIJINANIJ N. MENEFEE, B. S. . W. FRIEIIERICK PETERSON, A.M. FRATRES IN UNlIR'liRS'17'ATli JOSEPH PALMA, Nu Sigma Nu :HAROLD RICH ROEIIM, Phi Rho Sigma LAWRENCE BASSETT SCHNEIDER, Phi Rho I'IOWARlD BENNE'1"1' ME'l"F12L, Phi Rho Sigma Sigma DOUGLAS STILWILI. ELLIO'I'T, Phi Alpha Delta VVERNER VVILLIAM DUEMLING, Nu Sigma Nu DAVIS 1J0lY'l'l1E'1"l' BOVAIRD, A. B., 1918 1920 RICHARD GREGORY BARZEN JAMES MA'FEEIi DAIRBAKER PAUL WALKER GORDON VVILLIAM PETER FORTUNE WILLIAM RONALD FRAZER JARL EVERT LARSON SIMIISON C. LEONARD, JR. XIVALDO MCCUTCHEON MCKEE PAUL THOMAS QUARRY ERN!-IST B. SHULTZ HARRY GEORGE SPARKS JOSIWII VINCENT TRACY V ARCHIE BRUCE WESTON 1921 FRANCIS THEODORE COLDY DONALD JAMES PORTER BRADFORD CLAUD COLCORD GEORGE EARL ROGERS LE GRAND ABNER GAINES, JR. CLIFFORD MAUIQICE SPARKS FRANKLIN BROKAW HETTINGER VARNUM B. STEINBAUGHIK NEWTON HALSEY JOHNSON RICHARD CHURCHILL TRAVIS EARL HOWARD JUERS X HAROLD LOUIS VOTEY FRED J. PETTY GEORGE HOWARD WALDOCK. LEI-: IWACKAY WOODRUIII' 1922 CHARLES MAUIQICE ATKINSON ROBERT STOCKHOUSE GILLETTE WALTER EDYVARD HART WILLIAM EDWARD MATI-IEws 522 JENNINGS CLAIR MCCANIJLES JAMES S. MILLEIQ, JR. MAYNARD A. NEWTON LOREN EDWARD .SULLIVAN S'7S V 4 , 'ui' 'V' L E , , m lim' N" 1"0Il71dl'tr af Ll11iw1'.s'iIy of lf'irgiuia in 1867 W X CLOUSER HART NEWTON MC CANDLESS MILLER MILLS SULLIVAN IIETTINGIZR WOODRUFF PORTER VOTEY COLBY ATKINSON WALDOCK TRAVIS STEINIXUGII QUARRY BARZEN LARSON JUERS PIETTY JOHNSON ROGERS BOVIARD DARFAKISR WESTON LEONARD FORTUNE FRAZICR SCIIULZ H. G. SPARKS GAINES PROF. STEVI-INS PROF. WOOD MC KEE GORDON TRACEY COLCORIJ WQLF STICARNHS MERANDA , UEBIZLIE DUIEMLING KIEMPNER 523 I -by M1 ag Nfl .1 1 1 ' AA a 3 I 'A" 5 1 'PIL 1 I. 4' N'-Ei M Sigma Nu GAMMA N U ClIAl"l'lCR 1f.Yl!l!JfiA'fIUll in 1902 FRA TRES IN lifl CULTA T13 W. CARL RUFUS, Ph. D. HARRY F. BICCKICR, A. B 1f'lfAT1ili.S' IN lllflili .RUSSIEL T. DOBSON 1"lfA7'Rli.S' IN UNllf'l5R.S'lTATli ., M. D., Pl LONVICLL J. CARR BEN B. NIATHICWS, A. B., Phi Alpha Della LYYH. VV. RIGGS, A. B., Phi Bctn Pi lk ROIIICRT VV. SON NIEIBORN H. F. TQICICLER PAUL M. .HURNHAM ' IIIR pl. D. SARGliN'l', A. B., Phi Beta Pi J. lu. S' a LEELAND L. HZOLLY, A. B., Phi Rho Sigma J. D. SIMON 'NAXJEAN P. THOMAN, Phi Alpha Delta HJXIQIQY C. VVILLSON HAllfJLlJ VV. SLADAUGH, A, B. ' R. NV. li. FRENCH GLEN VVILKINSON, A. li. MILO M. ISOSTWICR M. N. CLARK PAUL NV. S'I'l'Il'ILSMl'l'1'l 2 FRIZDRICK VVILLSON JOHN J. ZIMMERMAN ROBERT B. CUNNINOHAM T. B. MCKINNEY 0 I. W. BROWN 1920 BRYANT W. IJONALIISON' IAN D. PA'I"l'I-ZRSON JAMES M. BAILEY URI A. CARI'l-IN'I'liR ROLAND F. MERNER JOHN F. DUNN XfVAL'l'lCR R, PAYNIC I-l. IHIART ANDERSON H. LESLIE Pom- PERRY J. QlIAlil'INIll1Sll EARL F. GANSCIIONV LOUIS J. ScHiNDLi-:R I.OUnS J. Rl-:ISOH 1921 RORER1' lf. AlilNlS'l'li0Nfi, JR. JOHN T. FINLICY . WADE P. CONNELL FRICIIRIC S, FI.li'I'CHl2R RALPH A. H'AMMliR Sl'IlUYl.liR ll. SMITH 1922 F. M, SMITH RUSSELL Sc'O'r'r PERSING X'VA'l"l'S F: LINIJICRMAN ALFRED H. RANDALL TTAROLII PTANVKS ALLEN D. BYERS CHARLES H'AIlRlSON TTARNEY ALLEN R. BAILEY PAUL T.. SHOUR RURUS A. liA1LEY . GEORGE A. SCHUMACHER GEORGE IQICNH LYNN, III MIIIQIQAY' W. COLLIE X'VAl,'I'ICR GRAY CONLIN 1923 THOMAS J. BEAM DEBER1' NV, CONNICLL FRANK LEE Ti-LNNEN1' HENRY G. HAAIBIEIQ LLOYD S. NASI-I THOMAS B. LALLY RICHARD EVANS 524 lATlCRllliR'l' S'l'I'Il'HI'INS TUONALII T. MCFAliI.ANll JAMES W. I-IUME CHARLES Ii. PROCTOR JOHN F. MOOIQIE HARRIS T. MCTQINNEY ARTHUR li. STONE ii Rho Sigma 1"munl1'rI nl Virginia 1Ililila1ry lnxlilulc -zu 1869 MOORE NASII M l' FARLAND EVANS l.Al.I.Y Il. li. ll A M Al ICR D. CHN NlCI,l, STI-jI'lII1jNH LYNN l'0I.IN ILNNIIAIJ, PICRSING Sl'III7MAI'lIl'flI IIAYVKS R. HAILICY A. HAH BICAM LINIHCIIMAN IIARNICY YV. l'0NNI-II.I. S. SMITH IIVICIIS Slltblvll F, SMITH AIKMSTRUNG l"lNI.I1Y QU-XKI-INIIUSIAI l'A'I"l'ICR50N Sl'IlINIH.lCR IIUNN II. IIANIMIZR Fl I 'H Ill Il PAYNII C'AIIl'l'lN'I'I'fR l'UI'l' J. IIAILICY IIUNAIJISUN NICRNICN ANDERSON 525 X552 .. fin.-. 7713 ffffifi' 0'4" UKTITGU' Phi Gamma Delta ALPHA PHI CI-IAl"1'IiR Established in 1885. Re-enalnlislzvd in 1902 HIENIQY EARLE RIGGS, A. B., C. E. HERBEIl'1' CHARLES SADLER, A. B., C. E. ALEXANDER ZIWET, C. E. 5? EDSON READ SUNDERLAND, A. M., LL. B. FRANCIS LEE DEWEY GOODRICI-I, A. B., B. L. S. JOSEPH RALSTON HAYDEN, M. A.' CHARLES FERDINAND FRA TRES IN FACULTA TE JOHN CASTEREIGH PARKER, A. M., C. E. SHIRLEY WHEELER SMITH, A. M. JAMES BARKLEY POLLOCK, Sc. D. MORRIS PALMER TILLEY, Ph. D. ALFRED SCOTT VVARTI-IIN, Ph. D., M. D. JOSEPH PETTIS MCFARLEN, B. S. MEYE11, Ph. D. FRA TRES IN URBE ' i.I.0Yl1 C. DOUGLAS, A. B., D. D. STUART EAGLIESON, A. B. SAMUEL AGNIEW RIGGS, A. B. FRA TRE5' I N UNI VERSI TA TE ARTHUR EDWARD ZIGLICR, Phi Delta Phi .JAMES ALFRED ROLLS, Phi Rho Sigma GEORGE BRYSON RIKIER, Psi Omega . 1920 JAMES BAYARD BRILL CARLETON CLOUSE PATTERSON BENJAMIN NOYES LOBDELL ELLIS JUSTIN ARNOLD GEORGE OWEN BROIIHY, JR. JOI-IN SHIEPI-IARD THOMAS TOM OUTLAND PAUL VVHTTAKER BURKHOLDER JOI-IN DONALD CRUISE DAVID HA'FFIELD DECKER JOSEPH AGNEW RIGGS NELSON JOYNER, JR. JOHN CARL MARTINDALE ROBERT OWEN MARTIN HERMAN WILLIS HEIDBREDER GEORGE FRANKLIN PERRIN S HARRY RENE COSSITT MINOT EDWARDS LANE NICHOLAS BARTHOLOMEW BARTZ FIBER CHARLES MATTHEWS RUSSELL JAY MCCAUGHEY RAYMOND CONRAD SMITH JOHN STEDHENSON PERRIN WILLIS BLAICESLEE 1921 ORRIN LOUIS JENKS LAWRENCE COLLIER BUTLER WENDALL THOMAS FITZGERALD CLARENCE WILLIAM BOYDELL WILLIAM RIDDI.E HARRISON JOHN HOWARD GATTIS THEODORE ROOSEVELT GUSTAESON 1922 . HENIII' SCRIPPS BOOTH FREDEIt:c'Ic HENRY COSSITT WALTER BURNETTE REAX CHARLES NORMAN BARNUM JAY STANLEY CARTER JOHN MADDEN . BENJAMIN GRAY GOWER ADOLPH KARL KRAUSE JOYCE MERRILL STEDMAN 1923 JOHN GERALD WHITE JEROME GALE THOMAS FRED GEORGE CADWELL RICHARD HENRY ROWLAND ' CLEMENT ANDREW SMITH 526 Phi 'dhniid 'Delta Founded at IfVa.vlziugton and Jefferson in 1848 ROWLAND G. PERRIN IIEIDIIREDER MARTIN C. SMITH CADWELL STIEDMAN J. TIIOMAS GOWER KRAUSE BARNUM RIGGS DECKER REA lk CARTER JOINER F. COSSITT WHITE JQRUISE J. THOMAS BUTLER HARRISON BOYDELL GUSTAFSON MADDEN JENKS ZIGLER ARNOLD BROPIIY R. SMITH LOBDELL RIKER FITZGERALD BURKIIOLDEX ,, IILAKESLEE LANE II. COSSITT J. PICRRIN DRILL PATTERSON MAC FARLAN MATTIII-EWS 527 FRA TRES' IN UNIVE RSITA TE A. STANLEY A . CAMPBELL F. Comw L. KEM 1- C, ICUDNIER .7 A. ASHEOLT O. BARTON N . DICK N. EARLE R. EVANS M. Al'1'r.E K . FORRliS'l'ER 12. GATES M. AYRES VV. GI.0Vl'Il!7Q 11, Rlilill GANNON Avm-is BOURNE IJICKEN 'uyuwf . fl EA 4 . b N 43 A in ,WX wmv f V X' VX, N Q Xb vffw '7'f-56' Sinfonia PHI MU AL1-1-IA liI'sn.oN CI-IAPTICR Esmblislzcd in 1902 FRATRES IN FACULTATE li. V. MOORE S. P. Loclcwoon W, H. WHEELER A. B. Locncwoon F. A. TABER O. I. STAHL ' R. R. Dll'I'1'lCIiLli FRATRES IN URBE W. F. SCHREIBER C. M. Toony 1920 H. PIIEIIIEMAN F. Rx NDLENART L. Hum: M. RUTZ V. LANCASTER I. SCHLEE H. MA:-10N VV. F. Tscl-IAECHE IJ D. NASH 1921 F. Gon1.Ev B. RITCHIE H'0AI1LliY D. SMVr1r L. MII.T.EIi C. VVALSER 1922 W. SCo'r'r R. WILSONX A. SM1'l'II7X B. WINES W. WRIG1-V1' 1923 , M. I.IGTI'I'BODY PLEDGIZS ' I-IvsI.o1' SMITH McG1L1.1cUnnv SM Vrr-r Moomc Sw we M ICR NfIVl'C1ILER 528 Ifoxmdcd in 1898 Pm Mu AI.:-HA , 'Pi RITCIIIE LIGIITROIJY NVILSON R. AYERS WRIGHT GANNON IIYSLOI' GATES FORRESTICR GOIILICY MUTCIILER G. A. SMXTJI GLOVICR STRUMER SCOTT EVANS MOORE WALSER RUTZ EARLIC TSCIIAEIIIK MASON RINDIELIIARDT DICK R. D. SMITH IIOADLICY MILLER SCIILI-IE TOOHY BARTON IIEIDEMAN NASII IIUDD SCIIREIIIER ASIIBOLT LANCASTER TAB!-IR DICKEN MC GILLICUDDY R. C. SMITII ll. AYERS IIOURNIC lf. NV. SMITH 529 V' . 4:- -UJTI . if I '7. A' i'21ff2i'9"' fif15' 41:55 'fffff 522' If If E 1' " 'W . ' W LNGN5' Alpha Tqau Omega ' BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER E.fmb1fs1.fd' in fsss. Re-mabmhed 1904 ' FRATRES' IN FACULTATE J. H. CANNON, B. S. C. N. FESSENDEN, M. E W. R. HUMPHRIES, M. A. H. W. EMERSON, B. S., M U. B. PHILLIPS, A. B., A. M., Ph. D. FRA TRES IN UNIVERSITA TE LAWRENCE H. BURCHARD LATHROI' F. BERRY CARL A. SORLING EDNVIN H. LYON, JR. P. STUART NERTNEY GALE RUSH , JOHN'E. FOLEY C. VINCENT KROUT GEORGE W. LIPSCOMB J. EDWARD F. BURNS DONALD A. FILDEW FRED C., HENDERSON GERALD K. O'BRIEN CHARLES E. MCDUI-'I-'IE HENRY W. WOODRUFF ROBERT J. BYERS BARTON J. MOTHERSILL CHARLES E, RANKIN, JR. 1920 . GERALD A. HERRICK CYRUS R. FUNK JOHN H. RUSH AUBREY H. DORNAN PHILIP G, MCDUEI-'IE 1921 JOHN SHACKLEFORD EDWARD O. KUNZE KENNETH M. MCCOLL ' HAROLD B. FENRCH 1922 . THOMAS C. TRUSS ROBERT J. COOPER STUART E. ULLMANN ' MARION L. DEVRIES ROBERT E. RODERTS I 1923 . 530 WILLIAM MACGREGOR EUGENE F. MAURER' ROBERT F. WIEDER G. SHELTON BARRY CAROL M. FARQUHAR Founded at Richmond, Virginia, 1865 COOPER HENDERSON OIBRIEN TRUSS FILDEW BURNS ULLMAN KROUT FOLEY LIPSCOMB MC COLL FRENCH KUNZE JIARBECK G. RUSH NERTNEY FUNK BERRY SORLING DORNAN HENICK BURCIIARD LYON P. MC DUFFII-I BUCKMASTER J. RUSH MAURER BY!-IRS WOODRUFF MOTIIERSILL RANKIN WIEBER DEVRIES MC GREGOR BARRY T. MC DUFFIE PARQUIIAI 531 90,15 ,mb avepgfnlff Acacia MICI-IIIIAN CHAl"I'liR Established in 1904 FRATRES IN FACULTATE RUSSEL W. BUNTING, D. D., Sc. NEvILI.E S. HOI-'E, D. D. S. MORTIMER E. COOLEY, Eng. D., LL. D. CLARENCE T. JOHNSTON, C. E. ARTHUR G. HAI.L, Ph. D. ' HARRY H, ATWELL, C. 12. C. FRED ADAM, D. D. S. FRATRES IN URBE CHARLES A. SINK, A. B. ROBERT A. CAMPBELL JUNIUS E. BEAL RODER1' NORRIS JOI-IN LINDIiNSCl-IMl'I"l' CHARLES E. HISCOCK ROBERT GRANVILLE, A. M. F. H. STEGATH FRA TRES IN UNIVERSITA TE BOE G. TOWNER SAMUEL C. JACKA WELDIE L. FULLER CLARENCE I. RASMUSSEN JOHN HIERLIIIY FRANK K. MILLER, Ex. '18 HARRY R. BELL JESSE H. AL'l'ENBURG HAROLD F. BORON 1920 JAMES H. ROUGH GLENN C. FORRESTER, A. B. '19 VALDAMAR L. WATTS WILLIAM H, WELSH JR. H. HARDY HETH DONAL11 W. MCCORMICK THOMAS A. HART 1921 C. B. FISKE BANCS, A. B., '19CLawD JOHN W. HIAZIELWORTH CLARENCE W. BANWELL HARRY D. THORN ARTHUR P. NISSLY 1922 ALLEN P. BELRNAI' COLIN C. MCCORMICK fMedicJ TIIOMAS P. CARSON CLawJ 1923 ' ARCH VVALLS, A, B., '19 CMcclicJ PI.IiDGES CIIARLIES W. WILSON CHARLES W. THOM RORERT B. COLLINS JAMES L. HESS PIERCE R. ROBINSON 532 GEORGE M. VAIL GEORGE A. R. SCI-IUSTER HOW'ARD I. SHAW AR'rI-IUR E. COATES MINIQLAND B. SMALL Z lfmnzdvd at lllc l!ni1'vr.vily of Mivhigan in 1904 CARSON ROUGH HART IIHTII ALTI-INHURH NISSLHX' IIAZIQLNVURTII RASMUSSEN FORRESTER IIERLIHY MILLER WALLS TIIORN IHELL D4 MC CORMICK HOLCOMIHE SMALL HANWIELL WATTS FULLI-ZR TOWN!-IR JACKA RURON 'IIANGS WI-ILCII CUATICS NESS SHAW C. MC CORMACK ROBINSON COLLINS WILSON lIIil.KNAl' SCII VSTICR TMO! 533 ,. I'--J , AIA? f ' ' 5 f f 'Z ' gli fflijfgi. y' I g 5 at ..jIf.1EEg: 31' ' ' ', ID ,Q llliifii- fl L el, 5:f3::': fJ::' X' I xt-X J.l:1""n, I Mgr, A lx I vI',, x,Q-J 16- in-I 42OVU!U?i,'V,,,f Phi Kappa Sigma ALPHA OMICRON CHAPTER Established in 1905 FRATRES IN FACULTATE HERBER'1' ALDEN KENYON, A. M. JOHN R. BRUMM, A. M. WILLIAM A. MACLAUGHLIN, A. B. ELMER DAYTON MITCHELL, A. ARTHUR H. NOYES, A. B. FRATRES IN URBE ROSCOE O. BONISTEEL, LL. B. PHILIP CLARKSON PACK, A. B FRA TRES IN UNIVERSITATE GEORGE CHANDLER ADIE, B. S., Nu Sigma N-u LEONARD JOSEPH BROOKS, JR., A. B., Phi Alpha Delta WILLIAM E. BROWN, JR., A. B. BRUCE B. LORING, Phi Alpha Delta DETHURSTON MOSIER, Phi Alpha Delta CARL RASH 1920 WALTER SORC OwEN JEFFERSON WATTS STUART LEROY SONNE HAROLD ROBERT TELFER THOMAS RICHARDS MAYNARD EDMOND TUTTLE GOODRICH WILLIAM SHIREY NELSON ANDREW BEECKEL RALPH HOLMES WARD WILLIAM FARLEY ANGELL HAROLD BROOCK MELVIN MAR!! RIVARD JOSEPH MLISSEIQ MII.LliIi THOMAS JAMES REID R. LAFAYETTE EDISON VVILLIAM FITZHUGI-I BROWNE NVILBUR E. GOETZ LELAND BOYD LlEVlERE'1"l' HI'l'Cl'ICOCK TREAT DAXVIIJ SCIIELL NVATTERWORTII 1921 1 922 l 923 534 KARL LEHMAN WEIIMEYER VIRGIL ALIIERT ROWLEY ELMER WEIRICH CRESS EARL HENRY CRESS PETER JOHN VAN BOVEN GEORGE CURTIS DUNN STUART IRVINE DONALD EARL TREERY'7S JEAN PAUL FREEMAN EGERTON BURNETT WILLIAMS RANSOM CARLTON TURNER OTTO K. HOLLAND JACK G. WILLIAMS ' VVlLI.0UGl'IBY HORACIC BLODGETT GORDON RENWICK MAI1'LAND HAROLD STUART KIL1'A'fRICK PIORACE WILLIAM HITCHCOCK FREDERICK JAMES BAKER LEONARD CI-IARLES VAN BOVEN Founded al the Uuivvrsity of Pcnnxylvanin in 1850 f 1, . f I . 'I'RliA'l' HOYD IIROOCK RIVARD IRVINIC WARD EDISON BROWN IIITCIICOCK TUIKNICR TRI-Il"RV M. Mll.I.liR 1-I. WILLIAMS J. NVILLIAMS Rl-'Ill Kll.I'A'I'Rll'K IIEECKI-il. BAKER GOETZ ANGICLL SIIIIKICY ROWLIEY FRIIICMAN l'. VANIIOVICN GOODRICII DUNN liLOIlGICTT MAITLAND SUNNIC MAYNAR5c SOHC WEIIMICYER 'l'lil.l'lilI ELNHR CHESS MOSUCR NVATTS BROOKS B. LURING EARL CRESS ANDERSON M. LURINKI WATICRWORTH FLECKHNSTEXN L. MILLER I.. VAN DOVEN 535 .. Lx Alpha Sigma Phi TIIETA CIFIAl"1'I'2R Establislzcd 1908 FRATRES IN FACULTATE TIIDMAS E. RANKIN, M. A. RALPH W. AIGLER, L. L. B. 'X A. FRANKLIN SHULL, Ph. D. FRA TRES IN URBE H. C. RASCI-IIIACIIER CAMl'lSl'2I.I.HA1!VliY THIQOIJORE L. SQUIER FRA TREK IN UNIVERSI TA Tl? FREDERICK W. SULLIVAN, JR. HAROLD R. SMITH W. ELLWOOD CAKE CHARLES W. CLARKE N0'l'ERY A. GLEASON 1920 NIERLIE B. DO'1'Y RAYMOND R. BEARDSLEY CHESTER C. CHOIIP EDWIN S. SNYDER LOWISLL B. GENEDACH MALCOLM E. MCGOWEN DONALD W. HUN'fER SEWARD N. LAWSON CARL W. AUER, JR. I. FREDERICK HARDING RUSS!-ILL M. FLETCHER :HAROLD C. HICYBI 1921 I'Il'1RI!liR'I' L, DUNIIAM HAIQRY D. LIAUSE EDWARD I. JEFFRIES, JR HAIQOLD O. FULLERTON PAUL li. ICRAUSE EDWIN A. IQRUEGIER CHARLES H. KING CHARLES S. NVARNER WILLIAM H. HOWARD I. ARTHUR FRIICDLUND AUSTIN M. FREAS1-I 1922 WII.LIAM E. BANDEMER WILLIAM M. RILEY, JR MACQLIOIQN S. NUTTALL CHARLES C. EADES JESSE W. BAIRD DAVID L. BEERS RALPH A. SULLIVAN ROBERT F, WIENEKE ROBERT D. PA'I"I'oN PAUL W. O'HARA PLEDGES DONALD B. BYINGTON' H. S'I'oUGH'I'oN BENJAMIN' FRANCIS L. MCPHAIL RonER'I' D. SAGE LISCOM A. Cox XVILLIAM P. HENDIQIISON I-Z' RoI.AND H. ILAND JOHN L. STEPHENS RUSSELL K. OSGooD LES'rER R. QUARTICL RORERT L. DAVIS 536 1 A , ' v O f U . 1:0IlIllIl'l1 al Yah' l7lli'zf4'r.x'ify in 1845 ILANII IIYINITITIN QUARTIEI. CUX NUTTAI. PATTON DAVIS IIICNJAMIN OSGOOD S'I'ICI'IIIiNS SAGIC WII-ZNIEKIC SULLIVAN II IENDICRSON HHIERS IIANIIICMIER ICADI-I5 0'IlARA RILEY MC PIIAIL KRUEGER FRIEIILANII LAWSON MAC GOWAN IIARDING FII!-ITCIII-IR WARNER AUER IIl'NTICR IfRI'ZASli CLARKE IfUI.I.ERTON IIAUSE HOWARD KING KRAUSI JEFFRIES SNYDER DOTY IIICYM DUNIIAM CIIOPI' lII5ARIlSI.ICX' FATE 537 Zetau Beta Tau PHI CHAPTER Founded in 1912 FRATER IN FACULTATIZ I. LEO SHARFMAN, A. B., LL. B. FRATER IN UNIVERSITATE MAX WVERSHOW, A. B. 1920 ARNOLD ENSEL WALTER S. RIESS WALTER N. FRANK HILLIARD ROSENTHAL BERNARD HURWI1'Z, A. B. NATHAN SALON MINARD JACOBS JACOB T. SHAPIRA SAMUEL KAUFMAN HAROLD ScHE'rzER MICHAPZL PLAUT SAMUEL G. WIENER 1921 STANLEY FRIEIJMAN J. LEs'rER KOIIACKER :NATHAN Snx 1922 JOSEPH A. BERNSTEIN JULIAN MAIKKS MELVIN GUGGENHEIM P1-IILIIJ RINGER IRWIN KocH SYDNEY SARASOHN LEONARD B. LEwv GUs'rAvE VVEINFELD 1925 MvRoN CHON IRVING GoLusMI'rH CHARLES KUHN EnwIN MEIss 538 EVERETT B, MICIIAELS LOUIS NOBIL MAX SCHRAYER ' MIC!-TAEL WEINBERG 1:01Hldl'!1 at the College of ihc Ciiy of New York, 1898 WEINFELD KOCH MARKS LENVY GUGGENIIEIM BERNSTEIN SARASOIIN RINGICR SHAPI RA FRIICDMAN ENSEL STIX ROSENTIIAL KOBACKER JACOBS RIESS FRANK SCIIIETZER IIURWITZ WIENER SALON PLAUT KAUFMAN NCBII, CIION SCIIRAYER MICIIAIZLS KUIIN NVEINBIERG MEISS GOLUSMITH 539 I J f. .LJ - ,M A I .... . .. i fn ,uf T? I,,.,f,,' I I IA L ,I if-.V V. Evil, W w if V3 I 'I 3 ff' 'Lim q' ' I I , Jr.. ' I - "Q, ' I 'S 92 'h " ' ': 'Tri 11 41. '1:wIAIwj'- -- -Zvflfi " Sigma Phi Epsilon MICHIGAN ALPHA CHAP'l'ER E.vtablI'.Ihad in 1912 FRA TREE IN UNI VERSI TA TI? SELDEN B. DAUME, A. B. E. REED HUN'1', A. B. SHELBY S. WISHART IRVING S. ELLISON FRANK I. SI-IEAHAN DONALD T. LESTER EDWIN C. BOWERS, JR. GEORGE R. HARRINfl'f0N VIRGIL H. WAITE REINHOLD E. BOES JAMES E. CROUSI-IORE 1 920 1921 DONALD B. DAIiI.ING LESLIE P. WHELAN CLARENCE L. ROTIIROCK CHESTER C. BOND WARREN H. KELI.EIi EDWARD T. PHENEY WILLIAM S. BENNETT JAMES EDGAR WHITE ROBERT L. MORSE 1922 MALCOLM W. DAVIS CLINTON W. LONGWILL IEENJAAIIN H. PIAMMICR, J 1923 GLENN LARSEN Pl.lZl?GES' FRANKLIN CARI-ON ARTHUR REDNHR NEIL CRANE PETER VA N DO M ELEN JOI-IN WIGLE E. PAGE STOCKWELL 540 ROBERT E. FOWLER CHARLES E. HARDY VVILLIAM J. BOEHM CURTIS C. LATER BRAYTON W. WESCOTT ERIC P. LANGENHAN IRVING T. SANIIORN QUINCY L. WRIGHT SAMUEL B. RENTCI-I JOHN DONOVAN, JR. GLEN H. CUMMINCS VIGGO E. HANSEN LOUIS H. HARTZELI. CECIL A. WARNACUTT JULIAN H. JOSEPH JOSEPH V. HODCSON, J J. FRANK HACKET1' GEORGE J. N AYLOR VVILLIAM V. CON TI-IOMAS H. MlI.l.I'Zl! R. JOSEPH CIIRIS'I'IANSI:N BASIL HACKli'I"l' RALPH HAVILANII DONALD BALDWIN DALLAS MPI'fCAI.II' CHESTER SLAIISON CQ 'J ""w II. NAYLUIQ DAVIS JUSICVII LONGNVI-,l.l. LANGIENIIAN SHICAIIAN HANSICN HAM M I-ZR XVARN.XCU'T'I' lIA4'KlC'l"l' VUMMINGS IIONID NURSE FOX YVIIITI-I YVRIHIIT F. NAYLUR IIKHVICRS Il UNT DARLI NG l.ATlCR UUNAVAN IIUDKISUN lll-TN NIQTT M I I.I.l',R XYAITII SANIIURN IIUYCHM IIARIIY I'lll"Nl-R' l.I'S'l'lCR ICLLISUN XVI-'5Tl'0'I"l' ll,XIHfINli'l'UN 5'l'0l'KXVlCl.l. RLUNI-IR l'llRlS'l'lANSI1N K'Al'l'0IN VAN l1UMI'l.lCN IIOIER 541 'W . Mx .3525 '5,'f..fQ'a:-,Q .' .V "Ns 54' fl' . . -.1 ', ' :W Lf ff 'iii' f fa R. a t 1 ., 1 Q., IJ M: km F H I . ,.,. . V. -SUIT!! .af Va, 2' ,V 1.54. .4 'V-.,:E',-,AIM I I , Kappa Beta Psi Founded in 1912 IFRATRES IN FACULTATE CLARENCE T. JOHNSTON, C. E. FILIBERT ROTH, B. S. NVARREN E. FORSYTHE, M. D. , EDWARD L. ERIKSEN, B C E NVILLIAM L, S'rAN'roN, B. C. E. FRA TREK IN UNIVIZRSI TA TIS JOHN M. ERWIN, A. B. CHRISTIAN F. MA'l"1'HENVS A B 1920 WILLIALI S. KlLl'A'FRICK , ALBERT M. DYMEN1' HALDEN CITES PAUL O. DAVIS , l92l . JAMES L. BATEMAN THEODORE R. HALMAN WILLIAM W, PEATTIE WILLIAM R. HowE ALFRED H. GEEN LAWRENCE F. ScHo'r'r 1922 . STANLEY O. BRooME CLIFFORD W. STUART HIXON CITES ROBERT DYMENT EDWARD R, PRIEHS DAVID A. BURGESS MoRRow C. MILLER , 1923 I 542 ARTHUR H. STUART PAUL F. ScHUL1'z Lf' ' app a fB'eta -IIROOMIE IIONVI-I IIALMAN SCIIOTT C. STUART PRIEIIS KII.I'ATRICK DAVIS EIIWIN PIEATTIIE BATEMAN MATTHEWS GIEEN A. DYMIENT MILLER II. CITES II. II. CITIES IIUIIGESS A. STUART 1 543 ...Ea?SEEIEnf- tlf' I Ie' I My AR Q5 Y ffl . W. . . D . . 1 . ' R A 'ff '51-Q Saw ,T mil Am IJIIRII Y X... W r R "faL3?f 'W 140, MQW 55 fggzwir fu 5:13 1 SSf'? ezwwwwf Lambda Chi Alpha SIGMA ZETA E.rtabli.s'I1ed' in 1913 FRA TRES HONORARII FRANCIS M. SESSIONS JOSEPH BALL STAI-'I-'ORD B. NICRELS -FRATRES IN FACULTATE WILLIAM G. SMEATON, A. B. FRANZ P. ZIMMERLI, M. S. GLENN W. HOLCOMB, B. S. ADOLPH F. WENDLER, M. S. HARCOUR'1' L. CAVERLY, A. B. FRATRES IN URBE EARL C. PAYNE RICHARD F. WESKE PAUL E. GIBSON EARL S. LADII FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1920 VERNON H. PARKS EDMUND M. BROWN WILLIAM S. MOREHOUSE JOSEPH W. TURNER RAYMOND' W. SEVERANCE HAROLD F. STOTZER HOWARD B. MARSHALL CHARLES L. TOMLINSON HAROLD ORR SEYMOUR V. BOLTON HUEERT W. GLATTE GORDON C. HARRIS DONALD M. ANTRIM LOUIS W. FUESS KENNETH E. TAET STANLEY REED CHARLES J. COLE CLARENCE E. BUEHRER WILLIAM G. LUSH HAROLD J. SAUNDERS EDWIN M. REED JOHN C. EDWARDS CHARLES O. STETLER RALI-H B. TAYLOR 1921 RALPI-I B. KELLEY ROBERT D. ENC JOHN E. MARSON WALLACE D. CHRISTY CIIARLES M. SRAULDING 1922 GEORGE N. CARLETON JOHN W. SHANNON LEON D. PARKS I 1923 FLOYD T. ADAMS JOSEPH ROSS EINER FRANDSEN WILLIAM B. RICE 544 KENNI2'l'H A. MCCRORY NEIL A. MOORE CHARLES A. BROWN BERT V. SEVERANCE RUSSELL F. KINGSTON CURTIS E. BOTTUM PRESTON W. HUS'l'E1J JOHN E. OLSON JOHN M-. SESSIONS BENTLEY F. ADAMS HOMER M..HEALY ROBERT M. TRUE CHARLES W. TAYLOR LUMAN Y. DEUCHLER SMITH O. CHILDS CHARLES P. SELLARDS DONALD K. GRISIER ROIIERT TOWNSEND 1 u. Esfablislwd in 1909, Boston, Uaiiwrsity RICE TAFT CHILDS HEALEY SELLARDS GRISER CIIAS. NAYLOR HARRIS ENO ANTRIM PIQDERSON CARLTON FUESS SHANNON MARSHALL OLSON KELLEY STOTZER MOORE CHRISTIE ADAMS MC CRORY LUSH IIUSTED PARKS RRONVN EDNVARUS R. 'IL NAYLOR TURNER SESSIONS BOLTON MOREIIOUSE BOTTOM Il. SICVIERANCE R. SEVERANCI-I CAVERLY 545 WILLIAM D. Cu'1'HB12R'r ARTHUR W. Draw EMH. G. Glauuc G1-:omni I.. Pl'I'l'liRSON G. VVILLIAM WATSON HERMAN C. KAPPLER JOHN R. KANE ALFREII B. CUR'r1s ARIIEN H. PURVIS HAIQIXY LUNIJAHL jnHN E, WAY H. O'r'ro IQREGICR IRvlNc: Moss WW F wwf lv . . 0,-' ' A : R n ::.,1.i' '-1 f if 1569 V I 7.f5"a X "'A"H1if- " . . lg lib- ffzxllxg, 0151 ' - - lf' , " rm., ...Y Beta Phi ZmA CHAP'rlzR Estrzlnlixllad 1913 1920 S. POPKINS 1921 1922 1'l.lil2GE.S' BYFoRn KANE 546 OSCAR H. Lumuz Lao J. HOSMAN JOHN XIVHITNIEY lfoRRlas'r A. NIADLEH Rou1aR'r A. ISAACS BARNE1' BREZNIZR LYNN C. WINANS CHARLES S'rRozr:NsK1 WAYNE G. HIiNllERSON CARL BEUTIIIIEN Ronmvr HAGUIQ CHARLES R. PO'I"l'ER VICTHR Co1.1.oRD 1 ,, ,L-, J ' , LP IIICUTIIIICN IIAGUE IIICNIDICRSUN STROZICNSKY FURTIS LIYNILXIIL PURVIS l'l1ZTl-IRSON WINANS ISACS WATSON WAY KAPLI-ZR IIREZNER KANIC TIHIMAS DEW SFIIUI-TMAN MADLIQM KRICIGIER NVIIITNEY CU'l'Illll'lH'l' ST. l'li'I'l-IR HOSMAN LUHKI-T JEIILIC l'0l'KINS MOSS I'0I.l.0RlD I'0TTl-IR 547 Phi Sigma Kappa DELTA DEUTERON Cl I A l"l'liR Establisl1.ed 1915 FRATRES IN FACULTATE VVARD If. IJAVIDSON, B. S. CE.E.J EBER M. CARROLL, A. B. HOWAIIIJ B. MEIQIQICK, C. E. FRATRES IN URBE GFOROE O. NVIIITE, B. S. SAMUEL W. TRAYLOR JOSEPH N. SIMPSON FRA TRES IN' UNIVIZN JOSEPH W. PLANCK, A. B, JOH N L. GARVEY HAROLD G. WA I.LER GEORGE D. ANIJERSON EDMUND BURKE EARL W. DUNN I-IAYNES E. EDISON DAVID A. FORBES LEE D. HANDY LUDWIG O. HENZE J. ADEI.BEIl'l' BARGER WILLIAM H. GRIDLEY JOHN H. HEARDING, JR. EDWARD S. KINGSFORD EDMUND H. Fox DAVID GRAY I. ARTHUR HILLS W. WALLACE MUIR H11IiEl!T B. RAISKY TIIORNE J. BROWN PAUL G. GOEDEL ROBERT T. GRAY 1920 1921 1922 1923 Sl TA T15 DONALD J. BARNES PAUL H. GARVEY J'IOWARll W. JONES ANDERSON D. Mwws ROSCOE R. RAU px WILLIAM P. SANEOR PAUL O. STRAWHIECKER NORMAN H. STUMI-If H. BLAKE VINICEMIIIIIJER EARL J. MESSNIili LAURENS A. PACKARD JAMES N. SAVAGE PIIILIP M. SHAW ARTHUR D. STAUFFER ROBERT W. TAYLOR' PETER J. VAN ROSSUM JOHN C, WATSON ERNEST R. WOODMANSEE JOI-IN H. HILLS GEORGE E. PLANCK SAMUEL R. POST X7OLNliY C. HARMON 548 EFS7?fC?E2CD7-LZTYV. '?""'?' fT"5f lax. up: L. 3,1 . , x ' w 1 v J fl! Qs gin ii R 1. q. 1 +1 ,A if EL 5. i ,Sigma Kapp N D l'.0llll!l,l'd in lS7.9 R. GRAY l'US'l' GOICBICL HROWN J. HILLS S1'AIlfFIiR G. PLANCK IIARMON FOX KALMBACII RAISKEY A. HILLS VAN ROSSUM WOODMANSEE MUIR D. GRAY GRIDLIEY MEADOWS EDISON ANDERSON SAVAGE MESNER HEARDING WATSON VINKI-ZMULDER SHAW IIANIJY SANFORD ' IYDRBES I. PLANCK IIENZE DUNN HARGI-Ik STRAWIIECKER JONES A PACKARD! KINGSFORD STU MPF 549 Phi Sigma Delta ETA CHAl"l'lER EIIGLIISIIM III fm I FRATER IN FACULTATE JACOB SHAFFEII, D. D. S. FRA TER IN UIVIVIZRSIYYI Tl? IsAIIoIIE E. LEVINE, A. B. 1920 SAMI'EL C. LEWANIIQIIF SAMUEL R. RosIcN'I'1IAL DAvIn SELIGSON I.oU1E IOSEPH VVILLIAM KIQUGIEI! ALEX MII.I.IER AIITHUII PEII'I'zovITz LESTER A. AIIEL HAIIIIY Ii. AUGUST Louis SIIoEN1fEI.n JOE H. LIZVIN 1921 WILLIAM WACIIS SIMON S1-IETZEII ALI-:C RUZWICK BENJAMIN WEISS 1922 AIIIIAIIAM H. BAIIQN AI.IxEII'I' J. FEIIEIIMAN XYILL Z. GooIms1'I'E AIIE H. BIIOIJKEY I. AI.LAN GoLIIs'rI2IN MYEII C. WEINs'I'EIN LAIIIIENCE LEWANIIOIIF 1923 ,TEIIOMI-2 H. SAMUEL EIIWAIIII A. ASIIKINS l'l.filXili HAIIIILII FIIIEDMAN 550 Cplxi Sigma, qbelta 1fm1un'vd' at Coluznbia Uvziwrxity in 1910 SIII-1'l'J'lCl! ASIIKINS RUSICNTIIAI. RUXIVICK MILLICII IJCVIN AUGUST l.I'1XVANIl0Rl" IIRUDKITY HARUN XVl'1lNS'I'l'1lN SAMUIQLS XVI-ITSS Sl'llAlfl"l.Il I.l'XYANllllIil-' YVACHS lI00llSl'I'lC Sl-ILHISUN JOSl'1l'Il I'ICR'I'ZUVl'I'Z LIIYINIC Alllil. KIHNIICIQ SVIIUVNI l I U 551 ' Theta Chi ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER Established 1919 FRA TRES IN FACULTATE IANIIS HARI..-xx CISSEI., B. S., CC.E.D CHARLES BRUCE VIliBEli'F, A B ' GEORGE STARR LASHER, M. A. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATI5 GLENN M. COULTER, A. B. NORMAN W. WASSMAN A B RALPH E. GAULT, A. B. SELWYN A. LAMBERT, A B THOMAS H. LEHMAN, A. B. CHARLES H. Mc CARTY GAIUS H. DUNLAI' WILLIAM GORDON HERMAN S. HORN 1920 IiRw1N E. DREESE WILLIAM H. GRANSE PAUL E. CHOLET'I'lE ARCI-IIE D. MCDONALD JOHN E. MCMANIS WARREN W. HERIQON DON H. BELLINGER H. REED EVERY HAROLD C. SEELEY G. GANIARD WHITNEY D. KIIIDER WHITE CASDER P. HAI.I.El! ,TAMES F. IJANIELI. HOWARD C. GITCHELL HAROLD R. CHAI-EI. JOSHUA E. BACON JOHN J. ESTERHELD LAWRENCE CALLAHAN IOSEI-H H. CAVENDISII PAUL A. REI-IMUS RAYMOND P. LEWIS A. RANDALL VVAGNER FRANK P. FOSTER ALAN F. KING LIONEL M. CROCKER 1921 HARRY C. WORKMAN MERLE P. GAMDER ROSWELL P. DILLON FREDERICK J. PFLUKE LESTER W. MIU.ARIJ THOMAS E. EUBANK E. BARNES HAROLD FRED G. STIEINHAUGH 1922 ALIJRICH R. LEADER ' MAURICE R. NORCOP I ICTNGSLEY D. CHURCH I RODERT M. MERSEREAU 1923 MVJIQGA N LUTI-I ER DAVID H. PRESTON JOIIN J. HAMEL, JR. VEl!NON F. HILLERY qHl'IRRlCR'I' H. TWINING 552 My I-fSTl-IIIIIICIJ! GlTl'Ill-1l.I. Mi' MA IS 1'lIAl'l-Tl. IIACON I.l-1UlH'IR l'FI.UKIC ICUIIANK Dll.l.llN . XVII ITNICY YVORK MAN IIICRRUN llANIl'1l.I. SIQIVIJCY LA M Ill'IR'l' Mlf llllNAl,I7 XVASSMAN FOSTIEIK XVIIITIC ICVIHNX' DUNLAI' Llill MAN WAGNFIC LTIIOLI-,'l'TIC GIIANSIC FISSI-Il DRICICSIC LASIIICR t'Ul'I,'l'IiR GAl'l."I PIHCSTON IIARN ES FROCKI-IR 553 W! N I f SX : 14 A ,,,..7, U J N-1115 fmg M V .Kappa Nu S'l'ANI.I2Y I. GLAZIER M012 RATTNER ISADORE M. AL1-mr SAMUEL KAU1f1'MAN IRA GOLDMAN ELMER Gum:Ns'roNE ARTHUR L. GLAZER Momus H. MARKS MOR'FON H. S'1'IilNBERG MU CHAPTER Establislmd in 1919 GRAD UA Tli BENJAM 1 N R0'I'H11AUM, 1920 1921 1922 19231 A. B. MAURICI4: L. RIPPS JOSEPH SCH wAu'rzu1auc XIVILLIAM BLUM A1suo'r'1' L. WINOGRAU JACOB E. Roslmmzuc Joslcvu C. Momus Momus COHEN AnRA1-IAM B. SHARP12 NATHAN Sc HLAFER HA1i1iY M. RA1-Avom' 554 app a 1.1, NI' GRI-ZICNSTUNIZ GLAZE11 IULIIMAN SHARPIC MARKS SCIILAFICR RII'l'S ROSHNBHRG . RATTNliR GLAZIZF KAUIFFMAN SCIIWARTZIHCRG STICINIHCIQG RAl'Al'0RT BLUM COIIIQN VVINOGRAD MORRIS ALPERT 555 Professional Fraternities In the order of their cstablisluncnt :It thc University of Michigan PHI DELTA PHI CLawj . . NU SIGMA NU CMec1icalD . . 19IEL'1'A SIGMA DELTA CDenta1J . . PHI DEL1'A CHI CScientifIcD . ALPHA SIGMA QHomocopathicj . XI PSI PHI CDcuta1D . . PHI RHo SIGMA CMcdica1J . . PHI BETA PI CMec1ic:I1D . . PHI ALPHA DE1.'l'A fLawJ . . PHI CHI CMcdicalJ . . Psi OMEGA CDenta1J . . . . ALVHA KAPPA KA1'1'A CMcclica1J PI UPSILON RHo CHomocopathicJ . . GAMMA ETA GAMMA CLIIWD . . SIGMA DI:I.'rA CHI Cjour iizi listicb . . DEL'rA T1-IETA P1-II C1'.aw7 . . ALPHA Rilo CHI fA1'Ci11tCCf111'C, . . THI:'rA XI CScientiHcJ . . . SIGMA DELTA KAIIIJA CLawD . . ALPHA C111 SIGMA CClicmica1J . 556 1869 1882 1882 1883 1888 1889 1897 1898 1905 1905 1905 1906 1906 1910 1910 1911 1914 1914 1914 1916 W .Jw Zi? !",.I , ai o ,ERS . K, 'SRA Lil " A f f ' 5 'f d-2 Lamp' 0 bv... N, .nib . .. nv.. : , R., if ' -w ..e,J,,- fy Phi Delta Phi IQENT CHAPTER Extablishcd in 1869 l"RA7'RliS IN FACULTATE PRESIDENT HARRY B. HU'l'CHINS, A. B., LL. D. EDWIN C. GODDARD, Ph. B., LL. B. DEAN JOHN R. EFFINGER, Ph. D. EDSON R. SUNDERLAND, A. M., LL. DEAN HENRY M. BATES, Ph. D., LL. B. ' JOSEPH H. DRAKE, Ph. D., LL.B. THOMAS A. BOGLE, LL.B. CRetiredJ EvANS HOLBROOR, A.B., LL.B. INIORACE L. WILGUS, M. S. RALPH W. AIGLER, LL. B. VICTOR H. LANE, C. E., LL.B. JOHN B. WAITE, A.B., LL.B. ROBERT E. BUNKER, A. M., LL. B. CRetiredJ EDGAR N. DUIIFIZE, A. B., J. D. FRA TRES IN UNIVERSITA TE CHARLES C. ANDREWS, A.B., Trigon FERDINAND C. BELL, A.B., Sigma Alpha Epsilon ALAN W. BOYD, A.B., Delta Upsilon HUGO E. BRAUN, A. B., Sigma Alpha Epsilon ROLLA C. CARPENTER, A.B., Alpha Delta Phi REGINALD M. COEES, Psi Upsilon GLENN M. COULTER, A. B., Theta Chi ROBERT G. DAY, A. B., Sigma Alpha Epsilon RALPH E. GAULT, A. B., Theta Chi LEE E. JOSLYN, A.B., Chi Psi SIEGEL W. JUDD, B. S., Phi Gamma Delta MII.TON J. KlEF.GAN LEWIS A. MA'f'l'ERN, A. B., Beta Theta Pi THOMAS F. MCALl.IS'I'Eli, A. B., Delta Kappa Epsilon' VIA JAMES I. MCCL1N'1'0CK, A. B., Delta Upsilon CLARENCE K. PATTERSON, A. B., Beta Theta Pi .p FRANK J. RILEY JESSE M. SEABRIGHT, A.B., Kappa Sigma LELAND N. SCOFIELD, Phi Delta Theta HAllOI.D R. SMITH, A. B., Alpha Sigma Phi WINTER N. SNOW, A.B., Delta Tau Delta LESTER E. WATERDURY, A. B., Delta Upsilon GEORGE W. WILLIAMS, Phi Delta Theta ROLLIN R. WINSLOW, Alpha Delta Phi ERNEST L. ZEIGLER, Sigma Alpha Epsilon ARTHUR E. ZIGLER, Phi Gamma Delta Q 558 Fon-udcd at lhc Ulrivvrsity of Michigan in 1869 MC CLINTOCK SMITII MC AI.I.IS'I'If1II ZIGLI-ZR SNOW JOSLYN MATTERN BOYD ANDREWS RILEY GAULT KICICIIAN XVATERBURY IIRAUM SCOFIELD WILLIAMS WINSLUW PATTIQIISUN SICAIIRIGIIT DAY COULTER JUDD CARPENTER ZEIGLER lll-'I.L CDBIIS 559 Nu Sigma Nu Established at the University of Michigall in 1882 FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. V. C. VAUGHAN DR, D. M. Cowua DR. C. B. DENANCREDE DR. I. D. LOREE DR. R. PETERSON DR. M. MARSHAl.I. DR. F. G. Novv ' DR. H. EMERSON DR. G. C. HUBER DR. L. B. KINGEIQY DR. W. R. PARKER DR. C. H. MARSHAl.I. DR. A. M. BARRET1' DR. C. HARVEY DR. C. W. EDMUNDS DR. D. M. MORJQILL DR. C. G. DARLING if DR. C. S. WRIGHT DR. U. J. WILE DR. A. J. OLDFIELD DR. C. D. CAMP DR. C. EBERBACH P. H. DnKRU1E, Ph. D. FRA TRES IN U N I VE RSI TA TE 1920 G. C. ADIE R. W. S'rREA'1' W. W. HARRYMAN D. F. KUDNERZN J. PALMA VV. S. O'DONNELL F. H. Busnv , 1921 A. D. RIKER E. P. CA'1'1-1cAR'1' H. B. MCCALLUM R. E. BARNEY DEF. BUc1cMAs'rER C. L. F. DEVl!IES A. B. THOMPSON F. L. R. SNYDER H. A. ST. JOHN H. B. BARKER 1922 P. M. MOORE I. C. SMITH A. G. GOETZ W. W, S'roNR 1923 W. W. DUEMLING N. A. GLEASON M. J. ScoTT A. J. KARI. S. CHAMBERS L. VANNEss lf" W. DAVIS 560 - 'W-Tivi " 'A ,v- l"n111lr11'1I' ul lln' U11if'm'.vily nf 1'lli4'l1iyuu in ISS? ,x , x U' 1 lmnss SL'U'l"I' umvls HIJVAICI x' mmm: nu ns s'ruNl': nun-:mx.xN1: HOV-1'lxZ' xmmuf: sm :Tu rA'ruc'A1e'r T.lll,7Mj'SON D1-IVIKIICS MM: vA1.1.1vM ST. JUIIN Ill!l'KMAS'I'lfR n.xnm:u mm-pn L 'N STRICAT m,m-'ll-:Ln u'nnNNm.1. srgxlmtle n.ueNl-tv KINGICIH' 1-4xl.xm' ADHD mvsnv KI'l!Nl-'VX KIQIM vAN Nl-:ss Kmu. GLICASUN 561 Delta Sigma Delta AL1'fIA CHAPTER FICATKES IN FACULTATIS L. P. HALL DR. M. L. NVARD DR. R. B. I'IOWl5LL N. S. HOFF DR. E. H, LOEFFLER DR. F. B. VEDDEII C. J. LYONS - DR. M. J. WATSON DR. H. BARROWS J. J. TRAv1s DR. R. W. BUNTING DR. C. T. HALL E. V. NVHITMAN DR. W. G. RICKERT DR. C. F. ADAMS FKA TRIIS IN UNI VERS I TA TE 1920 E. R. IJREYIJAHI. J. D. GLLRUM L. BRAUN N, O. SCHEIDLER 1921 A D. C. LYONS F. L.V1zRN11sR l H. N. GOTSCHALL P. R, CARROLL X G. E. WRIGHT W. F. Woons H. O. ERBLAND A. G. BoYN'roN G. D. BOONE R. F. CANNON D. H. BELLINGER 1922 C. A. DYPIR E. M. SNYDER J. K. WRIGHT W. M. BROWN W, J. FOLLIS O. K. HOLLAND I. H. HUTCHINS H. H. BURKART H. W. FOWLER PLEDGES 1921 I. P. GHYSRLS ' 1922 J. O. BEAVIS L. F. RI1"1'ERHAF.E1! L. A. STRAITH E. C. MYERS L. A. STRATTH 1923 H. P. HART RALPH SOMMER D. B. MAn1soN R. P. Gu-'Fm 562 1- - . ..,. . , . , ,,., ,,,.,,...,v., - , . ..., .xy 1 w ' ,, .- - , 0. ., - Y W - 1 M .ff 5, It 11- xH A i' in if PL H 4 .., .U Delta S1gma Delta ITOIIIIGIIY1 in Nm University of Illiclzigan in 1882 RITTERSHOFICR GOTSCHALI. MERCER GLERU M DRI-ZVDAII I. WRIGHT CANNON RICHARDS 'IIROXVN VVIHGHT CARlL02g. LYONS WOOM ERHLAND HOLLAND PETERSON BEVIS G ll YSICLS IIOYNTON BRAUN IIOUNE IIURKIIART MADISON MI-ZYERS THOMPSON FOWl.liR DYER BROWN SN YDER HUTCHINS FOLIS MART 563 Phi Delta Chi ALP1-IA Cl'1AP'l'liR l"o1mdad in 1883 FRA TRES IN FA CUL TA TE V C. VAUCZPIN, M. D., Ph. D., Sc. D., LL. D. C. C. GLOVER, M. S. H H. WILLARI1, Ph. D. HENIQY 1QRAl,C1VlER, Ph. B., Ph. M., Ph. D C W. EUMONIIS, A. B., M. D. T111i01'1lI1. KLINGMAN, Ph. C., M. D. FRATRILS' IN URBE L. O. CUSHING , C. W. MER1i1CL l"RATlCE.S' IN UNIlf'ERS'l7'AT1? 1920 . ROY H. CLARK EUGENE L. JACKSON T. WALUO BLACKMER JOHN M. INGLIS DALE H. MOATS HARRY D. CONNELL DONALD C. CULVER CHARLES N. WARNER FRANK J. HELBIG :HAROLD J. TI-IORHURN 1921 C. NORMAN FI.12'l'CI1ER CLARENCE J. LEMP 1922 MAX A. COSTA HERBERT F. VONIZWEOEN 1923 TROY C. DANIELS HAIKOLD C. JOHN EARL A. POWERS 564 DOUGLAS J. H I 1.1.1 ER JAMES A, WYMAN C111iS'l11ER G. FUSS 'YL CLAYTON B. MATTESON FILMER J. TRAUT D UANE H. EIIJSON A1i'1'I'IUR E. LAMPERT HARVEY A. WHITNEY MATTISUN INGLIES EDISON CUNNI-ZLL CULYICR YUN ICXVIXTIQN DANIELS l'l.lC'l'Cll ICR COSTA MOATS CLARK IILACKNIER TRAUT LEMP WARNER TIIORBURN 1ll'1I.HIG JACKSON IIILLII-IR WYMAN FUSS o , ,Ju 'WMU W I Alpha Sigma MU SIGMA ALPHA CI-IAPTIZR Eslablislzed in 1888 FRA TKES IN FA C U L TA TE WILEERT B. HINSIIALE, M. D. GARTH W. BOIERICKI-I, M. D. DEAN WENTWORTH MYIEIIS, M. D. RORERT T-T. CRISSWELI., M. D. WILLIS A. DEWIEV, MJD. HARRY RAY WYNN, M. D. HUGH McDOWELL BIZEBE, M. D. CLII-'EORO B. MANIDEVILLE, M. D. SCOTT CLARK RUNNELS, M. D. JAMES K. IJURLTNG, M. D. Fl?.f1TRES IN UNl1f'liR.S'l7'A TIE 1920 M1I,NliIi S. BALLARD EMORY D. NVINFIELDBQ 1921 xg HORACE L. FRENCH RICHARD B. PENNZOTI HOWARD H. PIARPST 1922 ROY H. HOI.M1iS A G. BERNARO ULVILD EARL F. LUTZ 1923 SUIZL A. SI-IELIION RUSSELL O. DAVIDSON :HOWARD S. VVILLSON ERNEST I. BAUER JOHN H. VICK VICTOR F. GORNALL JOHN A. HOOICIEY CARL E. SMITH H. GLENN RUFFE ARTHUR BRICKHAIVICR PRE-MEDYCS 566 I'I1ENRY P. BUCKINGHAM I. KENNETH COLE GEORGE R. UPTON - PAUL A. KOEER CLARENCE H. PEACHY BIIICI-IAEL CRINO ARI M. BEGOLE RONALII K. BEURMANN :HENRY GREENFIELD LUMAN C. RAMSDELL ARM --,,...,...., ,.,, w WY . H ,lm Q w I i xi I ' ' ' 7 lfmlazzlvcl al Aviv Vwk llmlzmwluxlllfr' lllmllvcll tnllvgr In INV- .S'igum fllfvlm lfmlvrzzily fmznzivd al Iln' lfVIlf'T't'l'.YffjY of Aliulliyan in ISSN, a tlHHIlfjflllll1fl'f1 willl, .fllfvlm xfgjlllll in 1900 LUTZ SMITH HOLMES XVILSON BUCKINGIIAM PIHALTIIKY HAUICR PliN1v0'l'I KOIKICR CRINO UPTON FULIC RAMSIH-1l.l. HRIK'KllAUI'IR ULVILLIE llARl'S'I' FRl'1Nl'lI DAVIDSON l1URNA'I.Y. 567 Xi Psi Phi ALI-IIA CHAPTER Founded in 1889 FRA TRES IN FACULTATE A. 1. HALI,, D. D. S. R. A. SELL, D. D. S. FRATRES IN URBE C. H. NELSON, D. D. S. F. C. PALMER, D. D. S. W. S. MOORE, D. D. S. A. W. ScHUR'rz, D. D. S. L, P. FISHER, D. D. S. I"RATRli,S' IN UNIlfIiR5'lTA7'Ii ARNOLD J. LAEIIE I. DWIGHT GLOYIER J. LEROY REED DOUGLAS TEAL E. L. FORSYTI-IE CHARLES J. MCCANN FLOYD D. LINMAN ROBERT W. CI-IRISTIE R. F. DEERACII ERWIN F. MAS'1' CIIARLES D. HIXSON H. A. DICNGLEIQ PHIL N. KIEF B. E. BRO'l'l'lER'l'0N CLARENCE J. CLEMO JOHN C. PORTER A. MAIQIC YEAGER FRED G. IQNEIWLE H. G. 1-IINCIQLEY CLAUDE R. XVOMIIR ' C, W. XIVKLSON ALIIER1' SAMUICLS G. FRANK VVISAVICR 1920 1921 J. EARL MUli1'IIY 1922 M. D. SLAUGHTER 1923 PLEDGES M. E. HANNA W. C. HICICS HOWAIID B. STEFI-'Ev DONALD H. ERPELIIING A. C. EVANS 568 W. S. PE'l'l'1RSON W. R. MCINNIS ' D. FOREST BYICRS ALVAN C. GIRSON .. A .DAUFWI M idsipi lfozmdcd af flu' Ulzivvrsily of Miclzigan in 1889 MCINNIS BROTIII-LIRTON KIIEIP IiIlI'I4LDl NG GIBSON MAST IIYICKS STI-ZFFICY IIANNA DICICIIAITII CHAPMAN IIIXON IJENGIJER PICTICRSON WICAVI-IR SLAUG IITICR WILSON LIN MAN II ICKS YEAGICR SAM UICLS M 4' CAN N II I NI'KI.IiY IFORSYT II IC KNlCI'I'I.IC TICAI. GLOVICR Cl.l-1 MH l'UR'I'I-AR SELL LOIIBE RIQIED 569 yn , SD R+' 'lf' '- 4 it . fy RHO Phi Rho Sigma Zm'A CHAl"lfliR Eslablislzrd in 1897 ITRATRIIS IN IfACUL7'flT13 ' WAIKIQICN P. LOMUARD, A. B., Sc. D., M. D. R. Blsum' CANFIELD, A. B., M. D. LICSLII-I L. Bo'r'rsFo1m, A. B., M. D. Gnomzl-1 MCCI.Ullli, B. S., M. D. PARKER I'l.l'IA'l'H, B. S., M. D CLYDE K. HASHLY, A. B., M THOMAS L. TOLAN, B. S., M. D. R. W1r.soN SHIQLLHV, B. S., M fD. .D. RAYMUNR j. NU'l"l'INfi, B. S., M. D. GIQURGR D. 'I'RlsAnGoLn, B. S., M. D. A. L. JACOISV, A. B., M. D. FICATRIES IN URBE HoN. Rom-:RT G. MCTIQICNZIIC, A. B., M. D. A. S. BARR, M. D. FRA TIRES IN UNI If'liRS1TA TE 1920 T1-1lc0n0R1': W. ADAMS, B. S. RUSSICI. L. FINCJ-I, A. B. GEORGE F. MOORE, B. Ed. RUBliR'l' M. CLHARY ROBERT IE, ANSLOW FITZGI-IRAl,D H. CLARK PTOWARU lf. Rowmzv 1921 7 LANVRICNCI-I VX. FAUST JOHN C, D1i'l'R0 PIOWARD B. MIi'l"I'I.1i, B. S. xi lfVVAL'l'ER T. Ho'rcHR1ss EDVVARII P. GlLLli'I"l'Ii, A. B. VV. Lovn KEMI' EDWARD A. WISHROI-1' PIAROLD J. MA'l'I'IIEWS EUGENE R. ELZINGA VVILLIAM B. S'roR1-Ls L1cr,ANn li. H'0l,l.Y, A. B. BURN:-:LL F. VV1Gn'r l.vL:c C. BACON, B. S. CARLTON J. MAIllN11S,. B. S. NORMAN Cf CLARK 1922 C S ARROI. . DAv1aNvoR'r RALPH B. FAST ff CLARR M. MCCOI.I. JOHN B. Lunwm PIOWARQ H. Hmf1fRoN EARL B. MQKINLIQY, A. B. H'AROLlJ R. Rom-IM, B. S. STEVVAWI' C. 1j00l.l'I"l'LIE WAI.'l'lill F, Scuumm-:R, A. ROBERT S. BUOL CEc1L B. HERT JAMES A. ROLLS WALTER M. SlMvsoN Lr2MovNlc SNYDER, A. B. B. 1923 A TIUDSON NN. FLEISCI-IIIAUER SHICLIIY W. WISI'IAR'I','A, B. l2v1aRI5'1"l' V. JOHNSTON LAWRENCE B. SCHNEUJIQR VVILLYAM M. BRACE, A. B. LAWRICNCE M. RUTZ FRANCIS N. KIMBALL 570 f' 'X' lJ1Mll.I'l"l'I.I'I ' Ii M I' STOKES LITIHYIG IlAYI'1NI'0l4T I-Il.ZI NGA M C FALL ROL II M Fl.lilS1'IlAlFR lil I.l.l'l'l'T IVISII RUPI' KI MIIALI, FIST MATIIICXYS IIACUIN MI'1'l"I'I,Ii CLARK lI0'I'fII KISS IIIQIFFRUN DI'.'I'R0 MAIIIUS FAITSMMI' KINLI-ZY lIOI.I.I"Y ADAMS ANSIJHV MOOIQIC I'I.AIlK I"INI'Il IUlXVI.IiY I'I.I'1ARY XVIKIIIT lll JICLI, JUIINSTUN NYISIIAIET Sl'III!IiIIII'.I4 SNYITILR SIMPSON IIULLS SIUIINICIIII-IR IIRAFIC IIIQIIIVI' RUTZ v 571 2,651 GW' Phi Beta Pi I BETA CHAIYIER Ii.vlalIli.s'1zed in 1898 ITICATIIES IN FACULTATE GEORGE SI.ocUM, M. IJ, ' I HAIi0I.ll D. BARNARII, 13. S., M. D. ALBERT C. FIIRSTENIIERII, li. S., M. Ill! CARL E. BAIIGLEY, B. S., M. D. JOHN O. DIETERLE, B. S., M. D. I3 RA TRES IN UNI VERSITA TE 1920 WILLIAM D. STINSON, A. B. C, NEIL WELLER, A. B. HAIKOLIJ W. SMITH FORREST MIIRRILI. 1921 BRUCE A. HARRIS HAZEN L. MILLER, B. S. RALI-I-I E. BOICE, B. S. CHARLES R. SMITH A. WILLIAM COXON MAIIRICE G. SHELIION GEORGE E. GI-:RKEN 1922 URI A. CARI'I':N'I'I-:R WILLIAM E, COLE LOIJIS J. GARIEI-Y, JR. JOI-IN A. l.IIKIaNs EARL W. MCKliI.VEY HENRY L. SMITH CULLEN E. Sum: HIILIE TAYLOR CARROLI. YATES 1923 WILLIAM A. CORCORAN JAMES E. CROUSI-IORII WARD C. DENISON CHARLES E. FU'I'cII E. WALTER HAl.I, C. DOUGLAS SAROENT If WALTER F. MANI.EY RALPH E. HALL WALTER O. IKLIXGMAN' JAMES M. PIERCE if HAROLD W. RIGGS JOHN F. SANDER LA MO'r'r F. BATES ' DAVID L. BEERS R. WILLIAM MCGIQIEIZOIQ NORMAN K. FOLEY K. HAROLD ScHILI.INc:IcR CHARLES A. HOFFMAN EIJWARII M. VIXIQIWEN . EUMUND E. VISGER PLEDGES CHARLES EADES 572 'b I Ifomzdbd ul lln' rf!'l1I'Z,'l'l'A'IlhV of l'itl.vIn1rgl1 in 1891 . f, , . YISUI-IR SARGICNT CROUSIIORIC RILSHS l'URK'0RAN I-1.XIlI1S IC. NV. IIALI. R. li. IIALL SANIII-IR FUTCII DICNISON IIIEIERS MCKELVICY YATIES COLE I'II-ZRFIC KLINGMAN TAYLUR II. If. SMITH, l'ARI'IiNTlCR GI-IRKICN HARRIS SIII-'LIION LIIKI-'NS SUGGS STINSUN IIUIFIC X C. R. SMITH CUXUN XVIiI.I.I1R MILLICR MICRRILI MANLI Y IIATI-IS MC GRITGUR l'Ul,I Y HOFFMAN 573 Phi Alpha Delta CAMPBELL CHAPTER Exiablislzcd in 1905 , FRA TIEES IN FACULTA TE GROVER C. GRISMORIC, A. B., J. D. VVILLARD BARBOUR, A, M., LL.D 1920 SELWYN A. LAMBERT, A. B. JOHN C. ROBERTS DE THURSTON MOSIEIi PERRY E. ORT - AMOS F. PALEY ROBERT JOHN BRADRIELD DOUGLAS S. ELLIOTT R. GLEN DUNN J. FRANK HOUGHTON, A, B. ROBERT H, DUNN, A. B., A. M. 'HOWARD ALBERT DONNELLY, A. B. GAIUS DUNLAP NORMAN-W. WASSMAN, A. B. EARL FOWLER RAYMOND BRIGGS, A. B. RONALD A. BUTLI-:R, A. B. 1921 ANDREW W. LOCKTON NORMAN H. SALLWASSER :DOUBLAS CLAPPERTON, B. A., A. M. BRUCE LORING tf ,W. ROscoE TONKIN, B. A. I, PAUL THOMAN RAYMOND M. LEWIS GEORGE A. BROWN, A. B. LEE C. ROBINSON GEORGE CADWELL I WALTER O. R. JOHNSON, A. B. 1922 . JOHN C. CLARK, A. B., A. M. DAVID FORBES LEONARD J. BROOKS, JR., A, B. LEO FORD, A. B. PAUL STRAWI-IECKER RALPH L. WILKINS 574 fplwi Alpha qbelta I:01llldt'li at 1VOI'f11'lUl".fft?l'll Ulli'Z!1?7'.VfIy, 1897 WILKINS SAl.LWAS1-Zlill LOCKTON LEVVIS TONKIN LORING I!RAD1flliI.ll DUNLAI' CLAPPERTON BROWN ir., ORT BUTLER MOSHCR ROBERTS BRIGGS MATIIICWS ROBINSON TIIOMAN JOHNSON R. G. DUNN TELFER WASSMAN PALIEY LAMHERT G. DUNN IIOUGIITON ELLIOTT DONNICLLY CLARK IFORBI-IS BROOKS STRAWHECKER 1lUMMl'ZR CADWIELL 575 A ? Kb x X f ls J 'ui 5 EQA al. X14 qv A. .:.x'yfg .rf - iff IL . OT- -5,45 1 A-Npfyw 1' l I A: YQ. ' fg- 2 .22 W' K4 ' ' gf Q. N gr-Q .-,. . , -. K ! ' 4 I B . . if KCNK Q. A1 , 'N '11 259 oh" m EG EE Established in 1905 FRATRES IN FACULTATE ROLLO E. MCCO'f'I'Ell, M. D. OSCAR BIERN, A. B., M. D W. E. FORSYTHE, M. D., A. B. M, F. MINRR, M. D. J. H. COBANR, B. S. R . J. COLLER L. T. FOSTER C, R. I'IILLS, A. B. F. P. ALLEN C. W. BEHN COWAN W. L. . DARLING I. W. PIELFRICI-I, A. C. H P. A. DYKHUIZEN J. H. EARLEY J. C. MCCLURL R. O. RYCHENER S. H. S. CROss:.ANn GUY CULVER - C. W. HARDY A. C. ICERLIKOWSKI Lf DON Ross MH. K. AANGLE M K. . BIQIERLEIN D. H. CONDIT H. B. CROWELL A. S. JOHNSON W. G. KILBURY O. R. Hnss J. L. ICLICTNHEKSEI. B. 'T JOHN SI-IERRICK, M. D, FRATRES IN URBE H. H. CUMMINGS, M. D. CONRAR GIQORG, M. D. W. H. GORIJON, M. D. FRATRE5' IN UNIVERSITATE 1920 1921 1922 1923 '74 PLEDGES ' 576 NIANTING I. S. A. McCU1'cH1zoz?jN H. R. MOOIIE W. SINK, A. B., M. A W. E. IQUECHENMETSTER C. H. MCCARTY L. H. MCKIM T. A. PEEBLES, B. S. P A. D. RUEIIEMANN 54. J. ALEX SMITH C. R. S'rRAA'rsMA F. STURM I. L, CURTIN ROYCIY: Scr-IA1f'r1zR D. R. WRIGHT H. F. MIKSCH F. A. MUIQPHY SPAIIICMAN SOMRRS ,T. A. VVI-IITE M. C. WICKI-IAM VV. C. Cox TZ. H. HOFFMAN H. O. CROSBY I. H. MARSHALL T.. C. S. TE. 'vm 'mi NATIONAL MEDICAL FRATERNITY Founded al the Univm'.s'z'fy of Vermont in 1882 fi, CROWELL COX SCIIAFTER KICRLIKOWSKIE 'IIARDY WRIGHT MURPHY KILRURY MIKSCII CONDIT CROSSLAND STRAATZMA DYKIIUIZEN EARLY CURTIN STURM MC CLURE ROSS JOHNSON RYCIIENER BEIIN RUEDEMANN MANTINGII CORANE IIELFRICH COWAN MC CARTY ALLEN MCKIM MC CUTCHEON COLLIER BIERN MC COTTER 1-'ORSYTIIE SIIERRICK MOORE GORDON MINER HILLS SINK FOSTER SOMERS REIIZRLEIN SPADEMAN ANGLE MARSHALL WHITE CROSBY ff 577 M bmw! szls n. 2 lv J' I . I 3 . 1 5 ' ,, ,Su . V 'M , V. 5 . ay gt N I'-new - L. "4 f - - ' -Lt 1 "A Yah- P , at 'j- 3 1 'H 'Q' -. 'M , .w"V' Psi Omega GAMMA KAPI'A CHAPTER Established in 1905 FRATRES IN FACULTATE A. I. IRv1Nf:, D. D. S. M. D. MACKOY, Ph FRA TRES IN UNI VERSI TA TE 1920 H. B. ITINCHMAN R. W. REESE F. B. CRILL M. W. FROST P. F. SIEGEL H C. VCJIQYS S. C. BROWN J. M. PARSONS L. R. HIRTH H. S. HORN W. G. GORDON M D. MAll'l'lN O. C. WILLIAMS H T. MCMAIION G. B. RIRER C. C. LATER 1921 H. THICKS L. G. RAUI3 P. P. PAINE R. V. CHASE G. G. NI1fKNIGll'l' T. W. VVOZNIAK E. J. KUIVINEN R. C. GORMAN 1922 A. H. MIililiI'1"1', JR. C. R. BUELL R. J. SANREGRET F. H. PIERCE F. I. Fox R. IL. KI.TNICS'I'IilCICR V. P. LEARMON1' I. G. NAYLOIR F. C. HAR'l'WELI. H. C. ELDREDGE G. C. BEAN 1923 E. 'E. WHALE H V. MALIN C. D. REED V. H. EMAN J. H, TODD B. C. CARTE C. K. MADDEN - W. B. CUSHMAN PLEDGES R. B. COLLINS H W. LUNDAHL ' C. SULKERS F. H. BRADSHAW C. L. ROTHROCK F. C. NAYI.0R 578 G., D. D. S si me a, FU1HllIt'li ul ilu' liulliumrv llvlzlal Cullvgv of llvnlal S'1H'flt'?'j' in 1892 ' ' if YIUICLL NAYLOR CIIASIQ MALINIC MICRRITT IHCKS ICLDRIDGIE KLICINSTICKIER FOX MC KNIGHT lIARTWl'II.l. l'I ICRCI-I PARSONS VHRYS FROST WILLIAMS RAUII SA MIQGRICT l'AlNli NAYLUR IIROWN lIlR'l"ll MARTIN l'RIl.l. GORDON MC MAIION SIICLIIJC HORN RIKI-Ill HINCIIMAN LEAK MONT TUHD C.-XR'l'l-I XX'lIAl.l'1 SULCARS IHCAN L'l'SIl MAN li MAN COLLINS MADUEN 579 , I f'v..,l,f4 . 4:5 . f' 'v' ,f . , .Y , I , S V A Yrl. -Tl I 5,11 A Alpha Kappa Kappa ALPI-IA Io'rA CHAPTIER ' Extablislzcd in 1906 FRATRE5' IN l7!lC'UL7'.1IIf DR. Q. O. GILBERT DR, M. D. HAAG DR. M. M. PEET DR. R. M. IqIiMl"Ii0N PI-UL L. MAIISH, A. B PAUL M. IRELAND DR. C. CQ HYDI-I FRA TIRES IN UNI VILRSITA TE 1920 ALFRED B. NESI.ER, B. S. FRANK E. CURTIS DONALD J, BARNES HAROI.D G. WALLER SAMUEL W. BECKER EUGENE A. OSIUS- EDWIN P. RUSSELL ERNEST E. HUBER LIONEL N. MERRILL LESTER M. WIEDER PALMER E. SUTTON NOEL F. SHAMBAUGH ALFRED W. VEIT JAMES W. HALEHILL PAUL H. GARVEY 1921 1922 1923 CARL E. ROSER, B. S. GORDON T. MACPHERSON NORMAN F. MILLER, B. S. JOHN GARVEY FRED W. ANDREWS, B. S. THOMAS W. DURBIN ALBERT P. OHLMACHER, A ROBERT I. MCCANDLISS CHARLES J. OEHLHOEFER WALTER BAUER N. WARREN BOURNE MORGAN G. CARPENTER RALPH G. CAMPBELL ' MYRTON SHAW CHAMBERS GEORGE H. BELOTE RUSSELL E. LYNCH CLARENCE H. CREGO, J 580 J J J -I J Fnzmrlrvi nl l,lll'll1l'0ltl1l Collvgc in 1888 noular-ue emu-x-:N'x'14:1z Clmunl-:us mxa1um.l. sxmmlmuuu xvlnmzn cull-1x14:x.r. sU'r'roN lmume V1-111' malxplloxflfxau 5 osws xucclu-un lcvssl-31. DURBIN nAnN1ss nosxm wA1.1.11:1a IIHCLANII J. mmvlcv Niesman MAC PIIICRSON Awnmms CURTIS IIALFIIILL LYNl'll muano 1xm.o1'1c 1-, mmvlgy 581 1 P Pi Upsilon Rho VEll'l'EBRA Oc'rA Established in 1906 FRA TRES IN FA CULTA TE IRVING NAYLOR, B. S., M. D. C. B S'l'0UF1f1c1e, M. D J, D. VAN SCHOICKLB. S., M. D. FRA TRES' IN UNIVl?R.S'1 TA TE 1920 V K. T. KNODE N 1922 DAY'fON T. Pulmolm 1923 J. V. S'l'liWAR'1', A. B. W R. F. FENTON C. G. T. VVAGGONER H M. A. GOI,I1SMI'l'H, B. S. F. PRE-MEDIC R. E. NPIW'I'0N F. D. H. PIETZ H E. J. ROHAN D. C. C. Wnxrslz - D. G. A. TU'l"l'LE, JR. 1. G. A. CHILDS SPECIALS H. E. WISNER E. 582 R. LAv1f1.Y M. L1zF1sv1m, C. BAILEY W. GALSTIQR A VAN SCI-rolclc G. Coolc J. Bmsnols H. RADCLIFFE D. LONIE VV, LARSEN MEAD Pi Upsilon Rho liuuzlllvd al llallllvllmnzn ,7llvd1'4'r1l Collvgv, Lflzivayo, lllizmix ISU LUN M I-TY CALSTICR TU'I'T1.lC ROHN IIAILICY VAN SCIIOICK FICNTUN COOK STICWARII WILLIAMS WVILTSIC XVAGIIUNIIR WVISICNICR MIQADS LA FICVRIC GULDSNITII LAVIELY NAYIJPIC YAN5l'Illlll'K STUFFIVICR KNUDIC 583 .Q 9 I A A W up HTA r m.-J . ' ,Q My Wx 'Z ., ' fbi- ' ' 'TR I ,'71'V A Q .... A I iw 'I' ', ,1 51 " , 'Inj PE W' QQ1fV"" 2,1'Y5 if L: 1, . Gamma Eta Gamma LEGAL 1920 LAWRENCE D. LARKE HORACE S. HAWORTH Ross G. WALKER DUKE W. DUNIIAR THOMAS E. PHILLIPS EDWARD W. MZASSIE HAROLD HAWICINS RALPH A. LUCKE 1921 THURMAN B. DOYLE RODNEY A. DUNNE'r'1'E G. BYRON VVOLFE ' HAROLD G. SALTER OwEN'T. SHARKEY V I MILLARD B. CONKLIN WYNN F. BLAISIIELL EDWARD :KNUFF Q CLARENCE E. PAGE 1922 FIIEDEIQICH B. DARIIEN VVILLTAM H. BALGOOYEN FRANCISCO PENm-:R'rHv CLYDE V. NU'l"FEN CLARENCE H. DALEY PLEDGES ARCH D. WILSON FRANK J. EATON HENIQY A. MCCOWN ALOYSIUS H. REACAN 584 amma Eta ammo Fomzdvd al llw lfIl'i'I'l'I'.9flj' of Maine in 1901 x 'lil-MSDIWL HM-GOOYI-IN 1-Ama CON Km N DUNIi'l'TlE KNUFF suA1zK1-:Y MASSIH P1I11.LI1's wu1.1f1c 1.AR1c1s 1mox'1.x-: nAwule'ru IJUNHAR NVALKIZR SALTICR NUTTI-IN l'lENlll-IR'l'IlY 1-:A'rnN DARDIEN 1m1.1iY WILSON LUCK! 585 -iffy- J Y ' H Sigma Delta ,Chi MICHIGAN CHAl"1'l-ll! Establislzed in 1910 'IFRATRES' IN 1"ACULTA1l'li PROP. I"R1cD NlLW"l'UN Sco'r'r, Ph. ID, PRU1-'. JDHN R. BRUMM, A M EDWARD Suvufsox Ev1zR1-:'r'r, A. B. 'AI.lllilQ'I' IJ. CONKICV, A. M HAIIOLIJ P. Sco'r'r, Ph. IJ FRA TICILS' IN Ulflili CONRAD N. CHURCH, A. li. XYIl.lfRl'1ll li. SHAW, A. B I"lf.f17'lx'l5.S' IN UNI! 'LiN.S'l TA T15 Iililill BJXLTIIINIANKL Russian. C. BARN:-:s HARRY M. CARRY ARK K. El'lLBIiR'l' J. PEMDROKR HART H. HARDY HETH JAMES A. KENNEDY KENDRICR KlMliAl.I. DAVID B. LANDIS WILLIAM A. I-lcl'1'z1Nm-:R HARRY R, Lows JOHN MCMANIS 586 BRUCE NIILLAR CHARLES R. Oslus, JR. LINCOLN A. QUARILICRG VVA1,'rl5R S. RIICSS VINCENT H. 1ll0RllliN X PAUL A. SIIINKMAN IUUNNICLL R. S1-lolfl-'NER ' I'IliRliliR'I' R. SLUSSER 7, KARL I.. VVIQHMEYER I.I'1S'I'ER li. VVATERBURY PIOVVARD VVEICKS Llcl-2 M. VVOOIVRUI-'I' Sigma Delta Chi NA'I'ltlNAI. -l0lYRNAl.lS'I'IC l:RA'I'liRNI'l'Y lffllllllffli ul l.74'1'tl1l'ZU L'11i':'v1'.vily in 1909 NYA'I'lCRlll'llY QVAICIIIZIHZ XVIII-.KS R131 ILXLI. lil-.NNl',llY CIIURCII HICTII SIIINKMAN lil-.liSl'1 IUUlKIll2N ILXKII MAN NXllUIllil'Ifl" USIUS IIARNICS NUNANIS l'2Ill.1!l'lRT HART LOUIS SllUlfl"NliR I'HUI". 51'4l'I 'I VAR! Y l'HUl'. IIRVMM Mll,l.:XR B-l.l'SSliR 587 Delta Theta Phi CHRISTIANCY SENATE Establislicd in 1912 FO U NDA TION Delta Theta Phi Law Fraterimity is the result of the consolidation in Ninetagn Hundred and Twelve ol' three law fraternities, as follows: 1. Delta Phi Delux founded 111 1900 2. Alpha Kappa Phi fouuclecl in 1858, reorganized in 1902. 3. Theta Lambda Phi founded in 1903. ' GEORGE W. S'l'Rl1CliMANN RAYLIONIJ A. BU'1'I.1f.R VXALVIN S. BUZEEE A. B. MOliS141 D. CAMRRELL, A. B. SELDEN B. IJAUME, A. B. HSENRY 1. lfAGl'IIi JOHN M. CHASE, A. B. IJONALIJ IJ. IJUNCANSON IZ. REED 1'lUN'l', A. B. ' PQ IRVING M. MUMEOROI A. B. H. TZLROU NIAAG 1'l'0WAIlI! F. 'l3A'l"I'ICRSON FRANK C. PA'l"I'ICRSON, B. JOHN C. CARY W. ALEXANDI-Il! l7:LlYRlIXllC CARL G. Sci-IMIEOESRAM1' RUTGERS ALEXANDER ,TACK 1-T. EVANS CHRIS M. YOUNGJOY-IN EARLE C. ICNEALE EDWARD J. ITIEFFRIES, IR. .PAUL R. VVILSON 1 S. MEMBERS 1920 GEORGE H. IQRETZSCHMAR A L ALEXANIJEIQ S. MON'l'1XIlL1l B S VVILLIAM C. SEARL SAMUEL J. SLAVENS, A. B LOWELL W. SQUIER ARVID B. TANNICR I WALLACE C. HAI.L, A. B. 1921 1922 D. BYRON Av Sas PERCY J. POWER, A. B. CHESTER I. SOW1NSlu THOMAS J. TEARS JOHN D. WA'1'tl'S A. GEORGE BOUCHARI1, A FRANK L. VVAL'rERS CARL G. BRANDT FREDERICK G. BEA'l"l'IFI ALBIEIQTUS I. COOK HENRY J. LEASURE DENMAN CRU'r'rENnEN EDWIN W. GREENLEAF WARREN E. KUDNER THOMAS L. DONAHUE VVILLTAM A. BUSSE RES Founded at Cleveland Law School, 1913 ALPHA IQAPPA Pm, 18562 DIQLTA P111 Dlc1.'1'A, 19003 Tmswx LAMBDA P1-U, 1903 Consolidated in 1913 POWER ll. PATTERSON HUZBEE CARY TEARE STRUCKMANN KNEALE ALEXANDICII MUMFURD HUNT KUDNER MAAG CHASE F. PATTERSON CRUTTENDIEN WATTS ELDRIDGE KRETZSCIIMAR DUNCANSON DAUME TANNER SLAVENS SQUIER EAGER IIALL MONTAGUE CAMPBELL BUTLER CARI. SMITII SCIIMICIDIESKAMI' BOUCIIARD AYRES COOK -BEATTIE SOWINSKI JI-IFFICIHES DONAHUE BUSSE 589 A 2 x W'-Hi' ,ga X 41r- --, , . f. E 5'Rlu?eii9f ., "H .-aff 'V' ' R ' .I Iv... -ff .jx - f. 'I I 0 1. -WHEN 'lm -523' AMOR. Alpha Rho Chi IK'I'INOs CHAPTER D Eslablished in 1914 at the University of Michigan FRATRES IN FACULTA TE PROF. EMIL LORCI-I . GEO. D. MCCONIQICY PROF. LOUIS H. BOYNTON ERNEST H. BARNES PROF. JOSEPH I. A. ROUSSEAU LEON A. MAKII-II.SliI PROP. I'IIERlllZR'l' R. CROSS FRA TRIM' IIV UNll"liR.S'lTATli RICHARII W. WARE ORRIN F. STONE MATJRICIE E. HAMMONII A. CLARE IRVIN ROBERT F. MII.I.I4IlQ HOWARI7 H. BA'l"l'1N WILLIAM H. STONE JOSEPH J. ZIMMICRMAN FREDERICK I. MOIKICE JAMES H. FOSKIQTT WALLACE A. GILI. HERBERT R. STANLEY MAX COLTER 1920 . 1921 RALI-II W. DEMO 1922 WARII DAVICNl'0R'l' 1'I.l?DGE.S' ARTIIUR F. DIIDM 590 HERIIERT D. SCHMITZ GLENN H. BENJAMIN CLIFFORD C. BUEHRER EUGENE D. STRAIGHT' I'IAROLD M. IQIEFER MAUIIICIE V. ROGERS JAMES W. KIIJENEY WESLEY L. CONNlC'l"I' N ICRVIN BAILEY ALIIER W. LIICRIIAM PERCY BAIIGER HAROLD E. PETERSON ALI-'RED R. NASE!! AN - lpha 41110 C101 Ifmmdml al lhu IfIlf'2't'I'.Yifit'A' of Alifllifjflll and IHTIIIILK' in 1914 v ZIMMERMAN DAVENPORT MORSE BAILEY KIDENNY STRAIGHT MILLER DATTIN CONNICTT W. STONE BENJAMIN 0. STONE VVARE SCIIMITZ IRVIN BUEIIRER LUCK MAN IIUDMAN l'I.TlHRSON GILL COLTER STANLEY NASER 591 WILLIAM CHRISTIAN ORRIN SMITH GULLEY Y A 'Q JWQ ff 1 ' f: , . r i f I -Im- Q ly? A 50,5 , V . A'Ti'Qv,.I5f 1, f L .1'yII,, " .ID '-Ian. -IV X R .,,, N 11:2 AQ e ., ' , G ., v 00 Ness 0521 9953? ffheta Iii f ' SIGMA CHAPTER Establislwd in 1914 FRATRES IN FACULTATE HOAD, B. S. HISNRY HAROLIJ HIODIE, E. E. FRATRES IN URBE WALTER RHODES DRURY HERMAN RALPH BEUHLER MAUIQICE GERALD SHIZLDON 1920 PHILO PEIEBLES ANIDREWS WALDO MURPHY LESTER MOIQTON ILOENERITZ EARL CARROLL YATES 1921 .VLEON LEVEIQN SI-IIPPY RALPH DEAN LOMBARD WILLIAM TARBELL IAMES MAXWELI. MOORE HAROLD VAN DEMAN DUDLEY WOODBRIDGE PITKIN ELTON WILLARD VIETS RICHARD WILLIAM SCHOLL ELWOOD ANDERSON WINDHAM 1922 XVESLEY LEE BATES 'IARL MARTIN KRUEGER KI5NNE'fH COLE JOHN PREY TYNE5 . DWIGHT FRANKLIN MCDONALD HOMER FRED ROSDACK DONALD HALIDAY HARPPIAM PAUL DUCKWALL EARL HARIlING'fON GORDON MYRON JOHN CRAVER CECIL PIARHIN RUBY PLEDGES , DONALD ELY DEAN RICHARD BATSON TYNES ALBERT CHAMBERS MCICINLEY FLOYD ERWIN STRAITH REX GELORGE REASON VVTLLIAM ARTHUR GRIFFIN RALPH WILLIAM . VOS1'IiIi 1 X X K 1 v 592 1 1 s H. J ' 1 5 1 1 1:01HlI1l'!f at Rv11.v.n'lavr Polylvrlluir lm!-ilulv in 1864 X COLE VOSPIER REASON J. TYNES DEAN 'E GRI FFEN RUBY IIARPIIAN CRAVEN PIIILLIPS HATES KRUIZYGIZR DUCKWALL GORDON SCHDLL SHIPPY VAN LTMAN PITKIN TARBIHLL VIETS LOMDARD MURPHY 'KLGENFRITZ .XNURIEWS MOORE GULLEY ,93 K - T 4 cg., XR Y X EW: RT! wx . "S Q' ' 1 ..., .,.- I QJEOULQ I--.ig y?LciT?7 L" ' """"' ww-Av . . ,,,.. M ---..... -.-,...---f R,-Q X and 1, ' Sigma Delta Kappa ALPHA CHAPTER FRATRES IN URBE GEORGE W. SAMPLE, LL. B. WILLIAM M. LAIRD, LL. B FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Q - 1920 ARTHUR P. BOGUE v LYLE L. POLLOCK ROY A. CHANDLER HERBERT R. SLUSSER CHESTER E. GRAHAM CHARLES L. STRAUSS NEAL 'D. IRELAND Ross F. WILKINS WILLIAM P. JOHNSON K JOHN T. WOODFORD - 1921 ROY E. LOUNSBURY TURNER M. RUDESILL FRANK MARTIN JR.m" W HERMAN H. STEPHENSON ROBERT F. MATTHEWS ' DONALD L. WOOD 1922 J IRv1Nc A. JENNINGS RAYMOND V. SMITH HERBERT LAYLE CHARLES B. STEGNER JAMES K. POLLOCK, JR. ELMER L. STEPHENSON ' PLEDGES .WHOMER MARTIN l LYLE D. HOLCOMB 'X EARL F. BOXELL LEO W. KUHN HAROLD H. WARNER ' 594 I Si maxygf- ubltas Ka.ppa J!-J if..- STEPIIENSOH MARTIN MATTHEWS WOUD JENNING5 DOGUE JOHNSON SMITH GRAHAM MARTIN STEPHENSON' STEGNER WILKINS HUD!-ISILL SLUSSER WOODFORD LOUNSBURY POLLOCK CIIANDLIER STRAUSS POLLOCK 595 RESIDENT ALUMNI MEMBERS U A -Idiw qx w m yh J, 1 r f a 48 Alpha Chi Sigma ALPHA BETA CHAPTER Established in 1916 HONORARY MEMBERS S. LAWRENCE BIGLOW EDWARD C. CAMI-DELL ALFRED H. WI'IT'l'E .HENRY C. KIIAEMETQ WILLIAM G. SMEATON ROY K. MCALPINE HOBART H. WILLARD CLIFFORD C. MELOCHE ALFRED L. FERGUSON ROBERT J. CARNEY W. ELWOOD CAKE ISAY E. SPOKES HAROLIJ E. GLADHILL WILLIAM MCGILL CLIFFORD C. BUCHLER DONALD D. WRIGHT CARL P. MARTZLOFF FRANCIS H. CASE ALFRED R. CARR STANLEY T. LOWE JOHN C. GENIESSE EUGENE W. GENIESSE H. J. L. COTTON WARD H. PITKIN LEE A. VAN HORN JOHN F. Ross RUDOLPH B. WEREY A. A. YOUNG H. G. WHITCOME EGBERT K. BACON ROSWELL P. DILLON EDGAR C. BRITTON FLOYD E. BARTELL WESLEY G. FRANCE EARL G. STURDEVANT ADOLPH F. WENDLER P. W. SHEI-ARD FRANZ P. ZIMMERLI E. M. BAKER ACTIVE M EM BE RS ERMAN O. SCOTT G. F. SMITH CHARLES W. CLARKE GEORGE W. COLLINS DWIGHT C. CARPENTER 1920 BRUCE G. LOGAN 1921 PLEDGES J. ARROW SMITH 596 DUEEER H. PHILLIPS KERSHAW HARMS WILLIAM KIRCHGESSNER ADAM G. AITCHISON WALTER R. HICKLER LESTER PRIDGEON JOHN I. DICKINSON GARDNER H. CHIDESTER J. MUZZER MILLER ERNEST R. JOHNSON H. A. JOHNSON H. S. SHERMAN WILLIAM J. BRITTON MALCOLM SOULE STUART E. ULLMANN RICHARD NUGENT f f Alpha Si ma PRIDGEDN IIICKLER VAN ll0RN IIARMS WI-ZREY ROSS DOUGLASS MC GILL CARR WRIGHT GICNIESSE PITKIN CIIIDICSTER COTTON MILLER MARTZLOFII' ULLMAN SOUL!-I AITCIHSON CARPICNTI-ZR SPOKES L. 0. CASE IP. Il. CASE LOWE GLADIIILI. l'lllLI.ll'S SCOTTS COLLINS BUCIILER E. R. JOHNSON Dll.l.0N ll. A. JOHNSON WIIITCOMB LOGAN NUUIQNT IIACON KIRLIHGIESSNIQJR YOUNG 597 QQ , 4,1 , -up: wiki,-J x H b -2"'m ff 3l7PiIf9I'lliTiBS X K12'ff-XSf"?f'gT fi A A Zia V S 1 ilanuse 625111125 .-1.--Q11 : Girignn ibgrmitage ' + ' Jllnnkd 5 91121011 ki e og ii 19 'f Y B! Nl S, Z ! Q 3'I I-i 598 V W e 4- H H 'V-q,:l.,f.,j5-A ,'g,,L,,f-,,:1,.1m.,,.m f Q iff Ulla x R Q rw- N- A ,V.. I B44 Q ' D " I-,I ff 'Q 'f .I x It NJN 1 1'1gOI1 IIONORARY MEMBERS ' ALBERT LEWIS LOCKWOOD CHARLES JOSEPH TILDEN, B. S. ALERED HIENIIY LLOYD, PII. D. S. LAWRENCE BIGELOW, Ph. D WILLIAM CIIRIS'I'IAN HKJAIJ, B. S. FRA 7'lCli.S' IN UIVIL"li1i'.S'ITA'l'l5 GEORGE COURTNEY STUCIQY CECIL C. ANDREWS AI.IIER'I' PIIILLII' OIILMACHER PALMER EVANS SII'I"I'ON VVILLIAM ROY CRUSE ' ' 1920 HARRY GREENWOOD VVl'IS'l'IZROOK, ex '18 HARIQY MCEI.1llNNIEY CAREY, ex '19 RICHIEY BLICNDON RISAVILL, ex '19 HARLAN NTC1-IOLS WALKER ROV VVILLIAM JOHNSON, cx '18 OSCAR H. CAR'I'wRIGH'I' BENJAMIN DOUGLAS CARL 'THIQODORIC 'HOGAN 1921 LELGH BENJAMIN MlIlI7I.liIl1'I'Cl'I, cx '19 ROBlili'1' MOIIIIIS Klilili, ex '19 JOHN WESLEY KUSCHINSK JOHN EDWIN BOICE ERWIN BREDE 1922 EDWARD VVARD BA'l"l'Y, cx '20 RoIIER'r.B. FRENCH FRANK HOWARD LEE, JR. U. J. LIIZLANII C0'I"I'0N STANLEY 'l'II.'I'ON LOWE l JOI-IN ERWIN G00llWll.1.ll'I JAMES A. P0'l"l'lNGI'1ll ARTIIUR GORDON ,CROSS DALE MOC11iI'I THOMPSON MAX HOBAR'l' RENIGICR CLARENCE H. T'IARI'S'I' Hl'1liIll'IIi'I' A. IBROWNE AIi'l'lIl71i HI-:NNE ARND'I'S C1-IARLICS S'I'IiWAR'l' I3Ax'I'ER ALliliR'I' Cl-IARl.l'IS KERLIKOWSIQI' ISR NAI. CHARLES 'HlI.1. FRANCIS RUSSELL BLAKICSLEIE GORDON TARBELL VVAITIC IQENNETH H. QUAIL PLEDGES JOHN MCDONAI.ID BURGE LOUIS B. CURRAN JOI-IN BAXTER RICHARDS 600 HA1i0I.D ANDREW STEWART RALPH LAWRENCE HAGAMEIR LUCIEN FREDERICK SWEET' ,, Q, ,,,,, SWEET CURRAN TIURLTIC QUAH. lfRl'INL'lI HI.AKliSLl.li IIAIIGENIHIICR STEWART RICHARDS WAITIC IIATTY IIILI. IIAXTI-IR IIROWNIQ ARNDTS KUSCIHNSKIC LINC HOICIG IIARPST COTTON FRUSIC GUUIlWlI.I.H'1 WALKER SUTTON KICRR THOMPSON DOUGLAS C'ARTWRIKilI'I' STUCKY MIIJIIELDITCII REAVILL PUTTINGICR HOGAN JOHNSON Wl'1S'l'HRO0K LOWIC IHCNIUICR Z CROSS CAREY 601 I l. M' Ri mga 'NJ I, N f-WL ,Wx F I J 11115, -gav- . f XX Hermitage FRA TRES IN FACULTA TE RALPH W. AIGLER, LL. B. LOUIS M. GRAM, B. S HI-IIlI!lill'I' C. SAIILICR, Sc. D. 1516.11 TRE5' I N UNI V15 NSI TA T15 CLARON S. MAliKl'IAM CARLTON L. SCHMOR R. MIL'1'0N Kl'IlQli RALPH L. VVILKINS DEAN R. HOGUE FREDERICK S. ROSICR MASON H. LUMSDEN WILLIAM L. STADLER EDWARD A, HlJI.Hlili'f C. MUNRO ECKLIIFF BRUCE M. EATON ROBERT F. KILE GEORGE H. MCRAE PAUL E. WA'1'zEL FLOYD L. HOUCK YIOWARIJ S. HA'l'Cll, A. H. 1920 ROBERT S, K 1921 1922 PLEDCE5' 602 DONALD R. H0014 CDARLI-:S R. FORD ITORRICST S. BRIGGS UICIIN SHICLDON J. SAUER H. HOWARD SCHLUNTZ ,IACR H. EVANS HENRY S. PHILLIPS V' RALPH A. STADLER I'Il'IRBER'I' M. SHAW 1'IliNRY D. STRICKER CLARK E. BRIGGS OLIVER J. HALL LAWRENCE E. MACK EUGENE J. CULP BRUCE H. BACON ermitage WATZEL IIOUCK MACK IIALL CULI' C. BRIGGS KYLE MC RAE IIULIIIIRT SIIAW EATON R. STADLER IVANE ECKLIFF VJ. STADLIIR STRICKIIR WII.KINS PHILLIPS KUEHI' IIOGUE IIARKIIAH HATCH JENKINS SCHHOI EACER I. S. BRIGGS ROSER LUMSDEZN FORD KERR HOOK SCEZLUHTZ 603 Hi A 'Nw F7 Monks N W ' f 3.253 I HONORA RY MEMBERS ALFRED HENRY LLOYD, P JOHN T. DICKINSON FRANZ G. SCHWALBE C. R. N YMAN ROBERT A. KIZCK GEORGE E. OSIIORNE CLARENCE A. STEMMER LAWRENCE A. DIEMARSH ALIIERT C. FOLEY PAUL O. AVERY EDWARD H. HAAN RAYMOND B. ROBINSON STANLEY G. OLSON ARTHUR B. OTIS F. A. CROSS ,TOIIN L. LOOMIS HAIQIQY H. HAIKlH'1' ROBERT D. RANKIN 11, D. WILLIAM A. FRAYICR, A. ACTIVE. CHAPTER PLIZDGES 604 DONALD J. TI-IORI-E F. LESLIE WARFEL EDWARD N.. LONG CLII-'FORD J. I-IUTTON ROGER MANWAIQINIZ DOUGLAS HEIQRIQCK AUHREY A. YOUNG HUDERT N. ROUSSl'ZLLE MII.'FON I. SALLWASSICR MIT.1'0N GOETZ DONALD A. MCIN'l'Ylil5 N. EUGENE LACY PI-III.LII- O. FOLEY' H'0WARD L. BRADLEY B. W. MANWAIQINIZ R. CARTER CHURCHILL CARL R. PRA'I"l' 1 "7:444,r-x -'-' l WARFEL FULEY GUETZ MC INTYRIC LONG HUTTON OLSON RUIHNSUN AVICRY ll l'IIlhlL'K l1'Ul7SSlil.l.l" 'l'IIUl!l'IC MAN NVAIUNG YOUNG POLICY KECK OSIIORNIC NYMAN DICKINSON DEAN LLOYD PHUF. FRAYIZR SCIIWALIIE DE MARSH IIAAN STICMMER IIRAIJLEY CROSS LOOMIS LACY IIAIGHT SALLWASSER OTIS MANWARING 605 THOMAS M. IDEN WAYNE F. BARNEY LAWRENCE M. GOULD HAROLD J. MITCHELL LYMAN G. RUPP J. GUY HALL J. NOBLE LANDIS J. HASTINGS DowNxE A. PAUL SCHOLL JOSEPH C. HOOPER CYRIL L. KENDALL WALLACE A. RoE HARRY T. W1NsEM1Us ORAY R. BAKER ALAN G. MCDIARMID Phylon Roy C. IACOBSON NEWTON C. FETTER 1920 EMERY T, Toocoon GEORGE B. WA1'KlNS WALLACE F. WATT CYRIL B. WEBSTER 1921 EmsoN H. CRAMER WADE E. DEVRIES STANLEY S. HAWKES ERNEST HJBEERNICK GEORGE E. KORTEN ' ' 1922 ' . A EARL R. LAIDLAW EDWARD F. PARSONS RALPH L. BELKNAI' 'x 1923 WILLIAM L. BETTISON PLEDGES ROBERT B. NEwCoMRE CLAYTON W. WELLS HUGH M. DALZTEL 1 606 'Qx fP11,1On WATT nr: vkuzs HALL LAIDLOW BARNEY M1-rvnm.L I nmmlcx Konus uoor-1:11 LANDI5 Ron KENDALL ln-:1.KNA1:Y HAVVXE5 PARSONS MORRIS scuom. wlcnn Toocoon RUP? cR.uu:xz nowum NICWCOMBI-I DALZIIL BAKE! VVELLS wx NSICMIUS 607 women Qrtihities Qtbletiw 11-Blusin aah Emma Qnnietp wrganigatinns Qunnr Societies Sururities ZlBm:mitnries 608 W H- . ,, . ' 'T Q4 -a ii. P' 3 f, Q , n- ns Long after ivy has darkened the windows of the 'lfap-room women will con- tinue to come to the University of Michigan. And as few in numbers as in the past will be the men refusing to matriculate here because Ann Arbor is the seat of a co-educational institution. One by one the arguments directed against co-education have been answered, fully and satisfactorily, save to the hopelessly provincial and narrow-minded: Scholarship has not declined, Michigan has suffered no loss of prestige among other universities, morals have not been corrupted, college manners have im- provedg athletics is still the greatest non-scholastic activity, and the University of Michigan continues to be about as enjoyable a place to spend the under- graduate years as we may be led to believe it was prior to 1870. Following Michiganls example, co-education, in colleges and state univer- sitics, has been championed the length and breadth of the land. And only a few months ago, Oxford, the most conservative of all English universities, opened her doors to women. V It was on January 5, 1870, that the following resolution, framed by Regent Willard, was passed: "Resolved, That the Board of Regents recognize the right of every resident of Michigan to the enjoyment of the privileges afforded by the University, and that no rule exists in any of the University statutes for the exclusion of any person from the University who possesses the requisite literary and moral qualifications. ' Sane-minded men have never doubted that this action was in keeping with public thought and feeling. In February of 1870, the first woman, Madelon L. Stockwell, of Kalamazoo, was admitted. Since that time 7,138 American women and 153 women of for- eign birth have entered the University, making a total of 7,291 who have matricu- lated here up to January 1, 1920. 609 XX - NX I -E-4. "FIsnrcuMAN's NUUKI' ON Tm: HURON Y .. ...,- ,M iqnslewarf-11-xwik vu ,,-. A ,Af ,.. -x - ,pf--NX! ,j- 4 jimi! . .. ' 'HM f 7 'Q FMR V, ,fy , f.4 f Y 1.76 1 1, I 3 Q W- " : ' 1- 9 x 2, ' ,r . I in A ' V i- I ' . .5 ,ff A ,r :. .. . . , V. , . X - L YN 1u.oNa Tllli Rlvmz TRAIL 611 .ax ANOTHER OUTDOOR SPORT 612 --Y. F,- -,,.,,' 'ur I ' x. 4 AN' EARLY MORNING DIVERSION 613 .e. 4 614 615 O 616 . . n fs 617 618 N L 619 J 4 A I 1 1 1 W W I I W 1 620 ...rw The Women's League swine-our Pnocizssion, Ariui. 23, 1919 The Women's League of the Univers-ity of Michigan was organized in 1890 for the purpose of drawing University women closer together, and also for the purpose of making more intimate the association between faculty women and the undergraduates. Upon an invitation from Dr. and M1's. James B. Angell in the fall of 1890 a number of University women met socially and at that time was sown the seed which subsequently developed into the Women's League. The women who were gathered together upon this occasion represented mainly an organization which had been formed previously to carry on social service work in the hospitals, and which was known as the "Fruit and Flower Mission." Consequently, the VVomen's League was originally founded upon the "Help-your-neighbor idea," and this idea has been a prominent feature throughout its history. Realizing the need of a building in which to center its activities, the Women's League set out to interest several alumni in their project and the result was Barbour Gymnasium. Similarly, the League has been the spiritual pioneer in the movement for residence halls at Michigan. Martha Cook I-Building and Helen Newberry Residence were given to the University shortly after the League had initiated its campaign to interest alumni in residence halls. During the course of its history the Women's League has helped in the raising of funds for such pur- 622 cnouv or 1919 sicmon woman poses as Palmer liield, the women's athletic grounds, Alumnae llouse, the Michi- gan Women's War Chest, the Michigan Union in Paris, and the Rose Sidgwick Scholarship Fund. Furthermore, this organization, has secured for general Uni- versity audiences such speakers as Ellen Terry, Joseph jefferson, lleatrice Forbes Robertson, Helen lifrazer, and Jane Adams. In 1919 the Board of Regents voted to allow automatic membership in the Womens League. Hence, every woman enrolled in the University is a member of the League by virtue of a fee of one dollar which is included in the university registration fee. Consequently, the membership has amounted to more than fifteen hundred. The work of the organization is carried on by a system of committees. t The Social committee this year has arranged weekly teas on Friday afternoons. Uni- versity women thus have had an opportunity to meet each other, and to meet faculty women who assist at these functions. The Banquet committee has made plans for an annual banquet at the time of the Schtoolmasters' Convention. This occasion provides an opportunity for Alumnae and l.lUClCl'g1'Z1ClU3fC W0111Cn to meet and to consider topics of interest to both. The Intercollegiate committee organized an advisory system by which the upperclass women just entering, were assisted during registration, and throughout the year, to establish themselves in the unity of the University, several teas were given to bring together the new student women in the University. The Vocational Conference committee arranged for a series of meetings and speakers upon vocations open to women. The Life Membership committee has organized a campaign among alumnae and women students for the purpose of securing life members, whose fees of ten dollars are devoted to the fund to be used in the movement for an adequate women's building. 623 Mon-rAiusoAim CONVENTION, MAY 1919 The judiciary Council, which is the self-government branch of the Women's League, has revised the House Rules, and these revised rules have been accepted by a majority of the University women. Under the auspices of this Council the parlors in Barbour Gymnasium have been opened at the week-ends so that the University houses might have adequate facilities for carrying on the social func- tions natural in a community of this kind. The Judiciary Council has also assisted in arrangements for class functions of a social nature in which both men and women have participated. Moreover, the judiciary Council has taken charge of such matters of conduct and house regulations as have been referred to it by the Board of Directors of the Womenis League, or by the Dean of Women. Thus, the activities of the Women's League fall under four general headings: Educational, involving such efforts as the vocational conferences and the general lectures, Social, which activities strive to promote good fellowship among the University women themselves and among the University and Faculty vwomeng Philanthropicg and 'Self-government. In this last connection iMichigan has held the 1919-1920 presidency of the Middle Western Intercollegiate Association for Women's Self-government, the seventh annual convention of this association being held here in April. 624 J The University Y. W. C. A. DR. CLARA SARGE NT With War days a thing of the past and war work for the most part finished, the Y. W. C. A. returned last fall to its old home in Newberry Hall, ready tQ attack the year's problems with increased energy. The first move after re-opening the Hall was re-establishment and extension of the tea-room. Here dinners and luncheons, ranging in numbers from forty to eighty-five, were served at cost to the girls. liesides relieving a difficult situa- tion resulting from over-crowded boarding houses, the tea-room also provided a home-like atmosphere especially welcome to new-comers. VVith the beginning of other student activities, the Y. VV. C. A. launched its membership campaign. The results were unusually successful. membership total- ing 1251 students and 277 honorary members, thus showing an increase 'of approximately 500 over the preceding year. Witli this increase in membership, came a corresponding increase in enthusiasm, an enthusiasm which wfarranted extended activities and new undertakings. Hospital work has continued on a larger scale than ever before. The com- bined work and pleasure of amusing and tutoring children at the University and Homeopathic hospitals, and of assisting with the entertainment of the older patients, found 75 ready volunteers. Other girls contracting the spirit of help- fulness later enlisted in this branch of service, swelling the number to 154. Special efforts were made at Christmas time to brighten up the holiday season for the hospital patients. Christmas trees were distributed, dolls were dressed, and candy and fruit prov-ided for all the wards. In addition. to this, the School of Music branch of the Y. .W. C. A. contributed a Victrola as a gift to l'almer ward. Under the joint auspices of the Y. W. C. A. and the Y. M. C. A. 51 town children were completely clothed and entertained. 625 S WORK AMONG GIRLS' RI-ISI-TRVI-I C'l.I7IlS At the University hospital, ll new branch of the Association has been organ- ized,-the Nurses' Unit of the University Y. W. C. A. This organization has its own special speakers, vcsper services and social functions. While no mission study classes have been held since religious education has been taken care of by the churches, the Y. W. C. A. has shown its interest in other ways. At vcsper services arrangements were made for various speakers I-Anmmz wzum 1-1.Av1'rME 626 STORY TELLI NG to give short addresses to the girls. Among these may be mentioned Dr. Ida Kahn '97, now a medical missionary to China, Dr. Tomo Inouye '02, of japan, and Miss Ting, Y. W. C. A. secretary to Peking, China. The chief accomplish- ment to be recorded for this year is the support of Dr. Clara Sargent 'l5M, engaged in public health work in China. Besides these activities pursued by the University Y. W. C. A. alone, valuable work has been done in co-operation with the City Association. The Girls' Re- serve movement, begun here this year, is now well under way, with the estab- V 4 A 'rm min-v 627 A PATIENT PATIENT lishnient of 18 clubs of younger girls, led by university women. Tutoring and assisting in sewing school classes are other forms of service which have received the support of Y. W. C. A, workers. These are the activities which have been accorded the time and attention of the Y. W. C. A. members under the guidance and leadership of the Y. W. C. A. secretaries. ,Plans are now being made for more extensive work next year with the aim of higher achievements in a wider field of usefulness. M. VAN. N. A BUSINESS MEET! NG 628 , .,.. ,H L 630 6 31 .4-' Thr ' 1920 BASEBALL FRICNCII IIOVKIN TUBES IIUPFMAN VI-IRLIZNIII-IN ABBOTT KIRKPATRTCK I-ZRLIIY 1920 BASK ICTBA Ll. VAN NORMAN DASKAM VERLENDEN HUFFMAN ERLEY JONES 632 F I 1 r P 4. JI-INNINGS TIIORI' lllVl"l"NAN lu'l"l' 10.20 IIUVKICY lIAl.l, VI'ZRl.l'INlll-IN KIlQKI'A'I'kl JUN I-35 lclu,l-:Y VAN NUR MAN ILZI IIUCKICY GRAHAM IIINDSIIANY GR.Xl'l'fY D1-I VRIICS SEELEY BLAIR Ill-IIAKXVITII XYII.I'Y SVMMIIR5 IHNKSON Sl'lIlIR3ll'Ix'HURN 633 1 -ba 1921 BASKETBALL KOCH APFEL NELSON BICCKWITII XVILICY SCIIEIKMERIIORN 1922 HOUKEY FREEMAN VVEIMER SIMONSON CLARK IIAICR IHSIIOI' TOWNSEND STI-II' IIENSON WOLFSTEIN 634 1922 UASK lC'l'I!Al.l. W' ICR M l"I' ll NVICI M El! IIUGGS lll'l'l-'HI h STURZ STALKI-TR 1922 BASEBALL WEIMICR HOGGS CONDDN PIIIINSUN l!lS'lIUl' TOXVNSFND ROI-ISIC SMITH 635 1923 HOCKEY IIOAS CIIAMPION KILPATRICK FRY CASGNOVIC OISICN IHJOXYN SClII.0TTICRBECK CADY Womens President . Vice-President Secretary . 'l'I'easurcr . . . Senior Representative ,Tnnior Representative . Sophomore Representative Freshman Representative Tennis Manager . Archery Manager Base Ball Manager Hockey Manager . Basket Ball Manager . Walking Manager Indoor Meet Manager . Publicity Manager Record Keeper . Athletic Association SPORT MAN.4Gf5R.? 636 1920 Lucv M. IfIuFIfMAN . . PIIvI.LIs WILEY l'iI.l'1ANOR STEPIIENSON . Amer-: l'lINKSON . CLARA Tvnns . EDITH A1'FEI.x . lfI,oIn2NcI: FRIQEMAN . . EI,sA OISEN MARGAliI'IT Ro'r1'sc1IAIaI'IcIe . lllilll-IN CAMIINIQLI. . III-:I.IcN llISlI0l' . III-:A'ruIcr: BPICKMIITIY KATRINA SCIIISRMIZRIIORN . . Dems Grmcmv . RUTIE IIQNNINGS . l'llCl.l'IN Koen . Donorltv JONES W J 1 . V ,' ,. , ' 7-, , Girls' Glee Club DEAM OSTERBERG APEL SIIIREY FAIRCIIXLD WEIMICR KEN? SCIIREIBIER WALDO BARLOW HOLMES BENSON WITTER DEAM ' BRISTOL GUSTIN MELLS LINDEMULLER ABELI ENGLAND 'WILLIAMS JUDSON IIASLEY WRIGHT CRDZIER MACGREGORY CODY IIAUGII IIINKSON SIIULTZ KING VAN NORMAN HARRISON BLUMENTIIAL MOURAE WYLIE DORRANCE LEVINSON BLAIR IIOLLANDS VAN ICNVICGAN NlC'IlELS JONES ERLEY HUNT PAYNE ROSENBERG STURMER NOBLE IREMAN A L WATKINS ROESE TODD Director . MISS NoRA HUNT President . . . GRETCHEN JONES Vice-President ANNA NOBLE Secretary . . ROSA STURMER Treasurer . ORA VAN EWEGAN Librarian . . . . . BERNICE NICKELS MEMBERS AGNES ABELE BEATA HOSLEY ELIZABETH PAYNE EIJNA APEL ALICE I-IINKSGN TEKI.A ROSE MARGARET BARLOW GERTRUDE BENSON ALICE BLAIR HANNAH BLUMENTH EDITH Conv FLORENCE CROZIER MARJOIQIE DEAM ROBERTA DEAM NONA DOHERTY ESTHER DORRANCE DIxIE ENGLAND ELSIE EARLY CARRIE FAIRCHILIJ HARRIEIT GUSTIN MARGARET HARRISON ATHALIA PTOUGH ESTHER HOLLAND JOSEPHINE HOLMES RITA IREMAN GRETCHEN JONES NORMAN JUDSON ISABEL KING MARJGRIE KING BESSIE LEVINSON ANNE LINIIIEMULLIER MARY LOHRS'TORER HELEN MACGREGGRY RUTH MILLS LILLIAN MONROE BERNICE NICKELS ANNE NOBLE DORA OSTERRERG 638 IRMA SCHREIEER GLAIIYS SCHULTZ FLORENCE SI-IIRREY HELEN SIIRICK RosE STURMER FRANCES Tonn A MAIQJORIE VAN NCHIKMAN ORA VAN EWEGAN JOSEPHINE WALDO JEAN VVATKINS LELA VVI'l"I'ER FRANCES VVILLIAMS BERTI-IA WRIGHT 'K-2 ELIZABETH WYLIE ALETIIA YERR ES Freshmen Glee Club LIPZINGER WELTY WAGNI-IR LIQVINSUN llUFlfMAS'l'ER IIOYT SUIT SMITH VAN ALSTYNE MORTON IIEYER IHJBER MONNETT ANGELL SWARTZ BRONSON VAN SLYKE ELLIOTT PELIIAM IIOAS KILPATRICK BARTON WALTER CADY STONEBAURNER BUTLER SCIILOTTIERHICCK PURDIE ROCKWELL HARRII GARDNER STARR MORIYA BUTCIIER IIERRICK HUNT SCIIEIDLBR RUTH ANCELL ROSE BARTON HANNAH BLUMENTIIAL MARJORIIE BRONSON FLORENCE BUTCHIER MARGAIQET BUTLER EVELYN CAIIY GRACE DOUCIITY HELEN ELLIOTT MARIE GARDNER DOROTHY HAAS FLORENCE I-IERRICK MARIE HEYER FLORENCE I-IoIfIfMAsTER MANA ICILPATRICK LOUISE LAMIIERTSON BESSIE LEVINSON MARTHA MONNETT YONE MORIYA HELEN PARTLOW ORA PFLHAM UNA PURDIE HEI.lEN ROCKWELL RUTH SCIIEIIILER MIIQIAM SCIILQTTERRECK IILIZABETII SMITII KATHERINE STARR MILIIREII SUIT TIIELMA SWARTZ LEMOINE TIIOMI-soN JOYCE VAN ALSTYNE MEIIRY WAGNER ESTIIER WELTY ELIZABETH HOYT CORAL VVALTERS KATHRYN ITARRIS LUCY HUBER IRENE VAN SLYKE I'TARIE'I'T KITZINGER IEIIITII S'l'0NliliURNER Girls' Mandolin Club of the University of Michigan DUFFIES PAFENDACII IIASLTCY IIERBST FRAZER FRENCH CORBIN MAXWELL IKARLONV HOLLIS IIAM ILTON Leader . . . BERNICIQ FRAZICR Prcsiclcnt . ANNA CORNICLTA 'l-IAMILTON Sccrctzwy . . . . MYIQ'l'I.E BAHM Trensu1'c1' . . . LUCY FRENCH lVl,xm:A1uc'1' l1,xm.0W l'lI:2LIEN CAIDY lJOR0'l'l I Y Cor.I.HsR ll0R0'l'l-IY IJAVIS Am DU:-'FRIIES BEATA 'l'lAAZl.l-ZY l31zu'rHA l"lERISS'l' l Pouo'r11 Y l'l0LI.l S l':VliLYN M AXXVIQLI. lis'rm-zu lJAlfICNllACII 640 The University School of Music Glee Club ALGER IIOWE MARTIN KELLIEY WILTSLI' LOVEWICLL HUZZO M. COBURN C. UOHURN FARRAII ROWIE ROMINGER LOVE CLANCICY RAYMOND SEICDORFF ALIJER STEPIIIZNSON SCIIULTZ MARSHALI. KLEYN SIIIMI' DE VINE G12NEv1v1a ALGER Doms Hown ANc:1zN1a'r'r1z MAll'1'IN FLORA ICELLEY HAZIQL W lI.'l'SIiE CAROLYN Lovlawl-:LL LUCILLE Buzzo IMARCTA ConU1zN ICATI-IERINE FARRAH BERNICE Rowla ALICE ROMINGER MIiM131ilx'.S' 041 liiwrn Lovlc RUTH CLANCY IELANCI-nv: RAYMOND XVILMA Slililwoluf Lucy AIINEIQ ANNA MAIE STEPI-IIENSON 11uaN1c Sci-1uL'rz PIELEN MAI!Sl'IALI. NIAUDE C1-IARLOTTI: KLEYN Evla SHIMI' MAllI'II. DIEYINE -xl? Junior Girls' Play ' CAST or 1920 JUNIOII GIRLS' PLAY, PATRICIA IfAssIas "Patricia Passes," written by Alice lieckham, and presented by the class ol 1921 under the direction of Prof. John L. Brumm, was given March 26 and 27 at the XfVhitney 'l'heatre. Appropriate to the increased advantages ol'fered by the big theatre the play was more ol' an attempt in the dramatic line, no care or cleverness being spared in eostuming and setting, nor one whit of finish lacking in the acting. The first act ol the play was laid in an Ann Arbor soroI'ity house where the comic side of local lite was commingled with the mysteries of international complications and German spies. The second act, particularly lovely in its choruses and scenic effects, breathed the spirit ol japan,-old but ever new in her charm of llowers, and fans, and temple bells. Yioto, the little japanese heroine was most appealiugly portrayed by Frances Maire, and her Samurai lover, Saki, by Marguerite Cavendish. lfleanor Stephenson played the diHicult role of the German plotter with a mixture ol comedy and seriousness that was worthy of a professional. Marjorie VVest made a bewitching Patricia, dominating the action of the play lry the vivacity of her acting as well as by the beauty ot her really unusual voice. Andi that brings up' the whole question of music. Probably no junior play has been so fortunate in this important leatureg and no small part of the credit is due to Mrs. Beryl Bacher who has turned her experience as Dean of the School ol Music to the benefit of her literary class. Unfortunately Mrs. Bacher was obliged to give up the work, but Irene Rosenberg assumed the .duties and was ,unusually successful. . The 1921 Junior Play employed in all a cast of l9 and choruses numbering nearly 60. 642 QUALITY STRIEET TRIO Masques Plays,--Dolls "Dolls," as presented by Masques Friday afternoon, December 12, 1919 was undoubtedly the cleverest and most przxiscwortlly drznnzuie production given lmy that org:u1iz:1tiou in the fall. I LEADS IN DOLLS The first scene opened on Christmas eve with mother, l.2lllI'il Martin, '20, and the maid, Frmvces Oberlioltzer, '21, preparing thc. gifts for the little girl, Dolly Saunclers, '23. The second scene staged the tnhle top on which thc dolls, the doll house, and the Clirislnias i 1910 JUNIOR GIRLS' YLAY lrcc were placed. It quite fully removed the 1lllillCllCC to tlic doll world, :mal no littlu amount of llllillilll naturc was rcvcnlccl in tlic collvcmzltioxi Czlrriccl on by lllc dolls, Edna A. Schicnr, '20, as Gcncvicvc, thc worn out, rlilnpiclntctl doll which thc maid haul deposited in thc wzistc-lmskct, gnvc cviclcncc of :in :ulvzmcccl clcgrcc of clrnnmtic nliility. lfrzuiccs Mzlirc, '21, Olga J0lll'lSUll, '21, :mil Clll'lStlllC Murkctt, '22, lmcl thc lnvclicst life-sized boxcs to step from in their r6lcs as balmy doll, socicty doll, :md Mario Antoinette cuouus or Gunn, 1010 JUNIDR urns' 1'r..w LEADS IN JUNIOR GIRLS, PLAY doll, respectively. The other doll parts were Cecelia Fohey, '21, as the Japanese doll, Mary Ives, '23, as the soldier doll and Elsie Oisen, '23, as the Harlequin doll. In the third scene humor was brought in with pathos when Genevieve proves to' be the favorite doll, despite her worthy rivals. A great share of the success of the production should be accredited to the combined efforts of Marian Ames, '20, president of Masques, and Professor j. Raliegh Nelson, the director of Masques. . joint Owners in Spain "joint Owners in Spain" is title of the playlet given by Masques before tl1e VVomen's League on Friday afternoon, November 21, 1919. The scene was laid in an old ladies' home, many Ann Arbor houses loaning their antiques for the setting. The characters were three delightful old ladies, heir to the usual ideas and tendencies ol inmates of an old ladies' home, and the matron of the institution, which part was played by Helen Cady, '20,-Anne Mitchell, '21, Jean McPherson, '21 and Alice Comfort '21, taking the roles of the old ladies. The cast was coached by Sue Verlenden '20. Costumes were planned by Harriet Gustin, '22g staging was supervised by Frances Stevens, '21g and properties were' in charge of Ethel Glauz Lord, Grad. Professor J. Raleigh Nelson, director of Masqucs, had supervision over the entire performance. J. M. Barrie's play, "Quality Street," was given as the annual production of Masques during the first semester of 1919. The well-portrayed characters and the unique stage settings combined to make the play a great success in the history of the organization. 646 MARTHA COOK SWING OUT PARTY After lncing crnlnfmlzllnly sg-ltlvrl in 1111c's ruum :md l1:1vi11g g1'cc'1c-cl :ull old friuxlds, the NVO!1'lCIl'S fcollcgc yczn' may lm said tu lmvc' fairly lu-141111. VVIIL-11 the L'XCill'll1Clll of rcgis lion is ovcr, :1ttc'111im1 is lTCllll'l'l'll 11111111 frmtlrzxll. 'l'l1c wisp full 1'.1c:11I1c-1' is Co11rl11Civc 10 HELEN NICWHICRRY HALLOWEEN PARTY 648 WINNERS OF FANCY DRESS CONTEST interest in women's athletics and this interest is manifested in the hockey and tennis games. One of the most important social events of the winter time is the Freshmen spread. At this party the freshmen are the guests of honor, the sophomores are the hostesses, and the juniors and seniors are the escorts for the evening. The party this year was a beautiful sight with the blending of soft tints and the gay colors of the caps of the Favor Dance. In contrast to the Freshmen spread was the Fancy Dress Party, at which .many campus celebrities became rollicking children. Alumnae House, which appeared as "The Follies of l9l9," was awarded First prize. There were also prizes for the prettiest individual costume, for the most ludicrous, and for class stunts. At Martha Cook building many interesting parties have been held this year. One of tl1e celebrations which has already become established in tl1is dormitory is the Annual Christmas Breakfast, given tl1e morning school closes for the Christmas holidays. Another event was the Swing-out Party, a happy memory for the girls. The Hallowe'en party at Helen Newberry Residence was a festive occasion with its ghosts, witches, and goblins. The women's college year is so complex that many of the things which make it up .must necessarily pass unmentioned. With the approach of ,Tune comes the realization that this year has been marked by real progress and worth while accomplishments. 649 School of Music Symphonic League AMBROSE RAYMOND IIILKINSUN Nflll ITZ IHYTLHKISS President . . Vicc-President Scc1'ct:u'y . . T1'e:1s111'c1' . . . Advisory Chairman Social Chairman . Ol"l'4lC'lf1x'.S' 650 BARTON IESTHER H o'rcHK1ss . ANNA BARTON . IRIENE Sci-rUL'1'z W1N11f1uan DICKICNSON EL1zAnu'rH AMBROSIQ BLANCHE RAYMOND E if HE V k s ,fp 9- .,x any gi., ,, ,Ve 'S N V' r Yu Nr lf. W' T- 9' r 1 9 w ?3,i"x 3 3 x ' K: 59,3 Vr ll I 1 1 2. ami J "JVM 1 'SI .442 ,NU M-Q ,W s, P N r J V-V up Fill". -5 Q V+ 45: lg 'V 5 S 'www 'fn ,im Vp l 'Q 4 3 , 4 Q-JA ual' is wif 4, X ,Q Q F Vi di? WP? 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'.'.f,5 ':v'5'V3w"9 :V QV- 4 ' ' l'fN""V VS U--'4 2'Xhs:,4V 1421- 13- in 'V V VW ' 5,5 V V21 film-A 5"-433, I .v . j 'i 'efcigt .T 4 .21433 gi-V:V,V.VV Van 1174 5. ' . f 'L 2 S5 5-:,f3V 'x.'f+5f,"-'1Q':5- V V. W -V -' 'V4i3,1,,:-f,,xg,g. av VSAYVQV. V,-, yy- 'ma---:f.V-,-migfg ' ,xg A NX- VV. ,fV!4r'2: -.g., ' ,, e. "5 af- V ' H . , ' ' Q!-' 4' V' ,. V'--:K ' .L -,-A ' '-V., V+ ' .r-V.V...V.+f"kf?- V f' ' VV V VgV-VWQ -V V .2 V.:-. . 1jga.fVVV'g'ff-,, V' '11f:.1V,v:fVY, R.-' ' .V-41. VV-f 'Jf2"'Hf5 VV .' 'L' . M VV.V. VV-.V . V- . V .. V . W 159' VV-!V'4-iLW?7'- 5"-fV f . . - , VVV' VF ..'LLJ'f'L-1-,lah A .-4... .Vi4V..'5f: LVX U. fi' ' 3 f - f-1 ff' - -P V ' The Women's League AMES BISHOP NIC FINNIS MOON RICINFCKI' CLARK CIIAl IW! I'lRI.I-BY SWKN Board of Directors of the Women's League Prcsicleiit . . X'YiCC-Pl'CSiCiCllt . Recording Secretary . Corresponding Sccrclzwy 'iiI'CZlSlll'CI' .... Senior Director Junior Director . Sophomore Director . 652 NIARGIII-1liI'l'l-I Cu.-wlw . . IiI.s1ic ICRLIQY MAl!GIIlil!l'l'I'I Crm: K . lsAmcl.I.1'1 SWA N . lvlixlzu-:l.1..x MooN MARION AMI-is . liminvs R1-:1N1cKri U1-:r.1cN Blsmml' University Y. W. C. A. GLASS VAN NORMAN LOVE NOBLE 'rnonrn ROTTSCIIAFI-IR S1-URM lil! JENNINGS nuizcxcss 1zLr.1S xocn me vRms wusmzy mccxwx-rn OFFICERS Prcsitlent . . . . . Vicc-President Secretary . . Treasurer ........... t'O.'llIll!7'Tlil5 C'llA1RMliN Religious Education ........ Membership .......... Hospital Social Service Publicity .... . International . . . Vespers . Finance . Emergency . . Social .,... City Social Service . . Conference :incl Convcntion . School of Music . . Nurses Unit . . . .S'l5CfRli7'ARll5.S' Gcncral Secretary . ..... . Assistant Sccrctary XIIJVISOICV BOARD . . . . . .MIG President .... MIIS. T. li. RANKIN MIQS. W. A. FRAYER MIQS. L. C. ICARPINSKI MRS. M. ll. JORDAN MRS. WV. R. l'lUMl'llRl2YS 653 FRANCES WESLEY . Lois DEVIIIES . . IJICLEN Kocn . BEATRICE BECKWITI-t . ELIZABETH BURGESS . ICATHRYN GLASS . FLORA :BEL ELLIS . . MARIE THORPR MAliGARE'l' ROTTSCI-IAFIER . . RUTH ,IENNINGS . BEATRICE BEc1cw1'rI-I . . Lois D12 VIQIICS . . . ANN NOlll.l'I MAIQJOIRIE VAN NORMAN . . ROSE i.'rRUM1aR . . l':DITH Lowa . llAZEL ATWOOR . . EVA LEM ERT . HULDA liANCROF'l' . MRS. E. H. KRAUSE W. I-T. TINICER MRS. H. F. BACHER MIQS. A .li JENNINGS MRS. MARGARET STEWART Women's Athletic Board CAMPBELL JENNINGS BISHOP GRACEY ROTTSCIIAFICR JONES IIINKSON IIUFFMAN KOCK TUBES APFEL FREEMAN STEPIIENSON IHCCKWITII SCIIICRMIERIIORN VVll.l-IY The Women's Athletic Association Since the year 1915-1916 the Woman's Athletic Association has been an independent organization and has steadily increased in membership until the present time when the great majority of women students are enrolled as members. The Athletic Board, which is the executive body of the organization, consists of president, vicc-prcsi- dent, secretary, treasurer, representatives from each class, sport managers, publicity managers, and record keeper. The Physical Director and the Dean of Women, act as members of the board. The past season was opened with an odd-even hockey game on Palmer Field. A wienie roast, to which all members of the association were invited, followed. All' of the fall sports, hockey, tennis, archery and out of door basketball, were well represented and it was only after a hard battle that the sophomores won the championship from the seniors. The fall tennis tournament went off well, though there were few contestants in this branch, considering the increased enrollment in the University. Greater enthusiasm has been evidenced this spring for this sport. Basketball teams were chosen shortly after the opening of the second semester and like most other classes were crowded. On account of the increased enrollment in the gymnasium classes proper, it was necessary to limit basketball practice to one hour a week. The annual athletic association banquet was given. on March sixth, being followed by the cotillion which, until this year, has been given under the auspices of the Department of Physical Education. For the first time in the history of the organization Michigan has been asked to send a -:lelegate tv the Central Sectional Conference of America, which was held March 19-20 at the University of Missouri Ljolumbia, Missouri. Such a conference offered the Women's Athletic Association opportunity to com: tn contact with similar organizations of other colleges and universities of the Middle West. Uiroughout the entire year the association has felt the lack of facilities for taking care of the exist- ing crowded activities. Graduating members go out with a feeling that in a very short time the Uni versity authorities will find it possible to give the women of the University the greatly needed club house on Palmer held,-the club house for which Michigan women have been working since l915. 654 N judiciary Council of the W0men's League DUNLAI' STI'I Ill'NQON IIRLEY CHAPIN' NIRTI NDIN' President . . . . MARGUIQRITIQ C1-IRPIN Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . DOROTHY' I TUNLAP 121.5112 ERLEY SUE VIiIlI.liNIll'IN ' ICLIQANOR STI-:ilu I-IN?-ON 655 vi' . , 1 X L yy f f T41 ' ff ,A The -Freshnian SISFCSQCIA U " . ' A 1919 SPREAD COMMfTTfE N. m ix, I f 6, Y K as X Y N oamx' JUIZ5QN,'- Chairman ' MARIAN ACKERMAN Esri-:En KENNEQY HERTHA Wxgcnf CAROLINE NAPIEE Donia' SPRAGUE ' HELEN Fttalznii Bass HAME11' LAURA SNYDER ISABEL SWAN HAZEIQ S'roRz- GERTRUDE Bocas no HELEN,BIs1goP V Rufrn. Mmon f HELEN' THORPE ELEANOR STEPHENSON FRANCES Wznvmiz ' AMY Looms Donornv SPAULDING HELEN Mc INTOSH The Thirty-ninth Annual Freshman Spread, given by the women of the Umversxty, took place in Barbour Gymnasium, Decembey 6, 1919. f V "-E N 2 O 6 56 . - . pw --Q, A .. 2-mme'3pw-' 1 E- Qi' M S - 1 ' w - ' ' 33.3. " E 12 QL 1' ' v 'i"4j"'1QU 3 I . - - ' Ea: . I A . ' V- -44, ,v 1: ' 1f4 yv "f" .f,.-fm -E 4- ' .., ,..w,,,--. J-, - A .4-' 4i'3'gun74r,,f,', vw .s,: ,,.,-' , N r. " , - ' 4 5 f Q, 4- '41 Mc, ff 1 1- E 1 -:' f',f Y Lf: Vx ,pq H , M 214 -"W'2'4?Pl3"f ' V ' A' ' Masques SCIIWARTZ 0l!liRIIOI.TZlCR llIiNliXf AMES MORRIL KEMI' MC GUINEAS LINDPMULDI R SVIIICIKIC MARTIN UISICN MAIRIII l"0IlI'Y SIIICIHUIAN DIUIINSUN Vl'IRlJ'fNllI'fN MLI RN N H0 MARTIN ROCKNVICLL GUSTIN CURRAII RICINIEKIC LANVTON MITCIIEL CADY ll VRH9 INIURKITT PRATT CAIN IIIILIRACIIER SNVAN NELSON AMICS VICKIERY n0lmII'rv I P1'CSidCllt . Vil'l!-l,1'CSiKlL'l1l qcc1'ct:1I'y . l'CilSlIl'C1' . FRANCI-:S .AMES NIARION AMI-:S MARIIJN BATII UliIl'I'Rl7lWlC BOGIIS I':I.IZAI!Ii'I'lI HIII,I.0CIi livI':I.YN CTAIIY 1'l'l'1T.ICN CQAIIY ALICE fY'0MF0R'l' 1fA'l'HI.l'IICN CTIIRRAII I.oIS DE VRIES GRACE IJoIIf:II'I'v f'II:c'II,IA IAKHII-IY 'I l'ARRIli'I' GIISTIN l,AvERN IIAYS MA IIICLI N E HAZIELTON MlI.llliICI1 HENRY IVIARY IVES OLGA ,IOHNSON MILIIRIQII LAWTON ANNE I.INl1lCMlTLT7ER, ,NNY IARIAIIS F'l'lTEI. G. LORD .TOSEPHINE MCGUINEAS ANNA MCGITRIC .TEANNE MCPIIERSQN JIIIZAIIJIENS 657 . MARION AMIC. IQLIZAEI-:'I'II OARIS . ANNE MIIIIIFII . ANNA MCKIURK FRANCICS NTAIRIC J IF1 N I'1'l"l'IC 1WAR'l'l N I.AIIRA M'AR'I'IN H'EI.EN MASTER A N Ii MI'I'CIfIIcI.I. I-'I.I.I-:N MIIRRILI. Q 'I I RISTI NIE NfURKIC'l"l' l.UC'II.E NIYICRS I+fI,IzAIII-:TII OAKIQS FRANCES OIIERI-IoI.'I'zER GRACE f7IlLMAC1IICR "ILS,-X OISI-:N IWINNITC T.. 'PRA'I"I' A'IARGARlC'I' REINI-:NE l'fvEI.vN ROCKNVICLI. I'oI.I.v SANDERS VIINA A. SCIIIICAR fv'1IAl!l.0'l"l'E SCY'IVVAR'l'Z NIILIIRIEIJ SIIERMAN FRANCES STEVENS NERTRAI. SUMMICRS ISAIIELLA SWAN SUSAN VERLENIIEN FLTZARE'I'II V TCKERY UERTIIA XMIIIGI11' Athena Literary Society CLOSE CARNAIIAN IIASIIEY DIICIIL TAYLOR Hill-.THAN MUHHII, Ifildl. OVCONNUR SIMONSON STICINIIURG MC CULLY KURTTI GRACIEY HURCII K UNI-TRT S'I'ICl'Ill'ZNh GRAHAM LARDNIER URGICR MINES GRATTON DLYNN MCGURK V. ADAMS MOWRY AIYHIANL I LAN!-I 'HUUGIITUN MC RU-'Illl I'kHSSl'llHfIl STHNI-I VILTKIHIKY HUYI NGTUN M AUXVIS Olflflf 'HRS President . ViCC-ljl'CSiClCIll ScC1'etzII'y . T1'C2lSlIl'Q'l' . . . OI':ltoI'ic:II Ilelcgnlo ...... . IIIA 15, GIzA'I"I'oN, '20 . VIC'I40IlIA AIIAMS, 22L . IIJA MINIIIS, 20 . BLANCIIII liI.vNN, 20 . ANNA MCGIIRIQ, 20 IIOIVOICI4 If V Iwlffwffffks A PIIoIfIcssoII VIQIIUMAS L. 'I'IIIIIcIsI.uoII MII. R. KIEX'1Ml'1I. !IC7'l'If'l5 MIiMls' ERS M AIII:AIzI':'It A IIA II S xvIC'I'0RlA AIVAMS ANNAIIII:I.I.I-: A IIIIIANCI-1 XVINII-'IIIQII l5IIc'I'IfIAN I'I.ANcI'IIc HLYNN CLAIIVS I?oUc:II'I'oN GI.AIIvs PovINc:'I'oN C?I,AIIvs IEIIIICII GII:Iz'I'IzIIIII4: CAI'I.A N72 l':UI'lll'IMIA CAIINAIIAN I.tIcII,Ic C'I.0sII: NIQIII-:CCA CoNI:oN AIINIQS IJII-LIII. IJoIzIs GRACIQY IIOANNA GIIAIIAM IIIA E. GIzA'I"I'0N RICATA H'ASIiI.Y AMIQLIA Iam, ANNA KUNNIIIIT HELEN ICURTTI V 658 X'lCRA I.ANI-: IfI.I.I':N l.AIcIINI'tIz I'I.I.A Mt:i'lII.I.v ANNA MCKSIIIIIQ A I.IaxANIIIIIA Nlc:IIYoIIII IIIA MINIIS HLLIIN MOIIIIILI. VIIIGINIA MOWIIY WINIFIIIQII O'C'oNNoIz IFLSIIQ l'IIIassI'IIIcIt MAIITHA S1II5I'IfII-:Im SI-:LMA SIMONSON OLIVE SMITH 52.- IJIIVIIIIA STIQINIIIQIIG lIzI.AII S'I'Iav1-IIQN ' MAItcAIIIa'I' STONE AIIIaI.Ia TAIWAN IIIMA TAvLoII AIIIQLIQ UNIQIIIIQ EI.IzAnETH Yrcmarzv ' Women's Cosmopolitan Club KLAPIIOAK YOUNGS WINCHICLL SAXE DIEBICI. MONVRY KRAUQI FUKUI TSU TING MIHAI GIANG TQXS YIESKA MORIYA LI NVONG. MINES MAVIQUXIOTO KINC NC CALL FONG ROTTSCIIAICFIQR SADAKATA STEVENS RUI US OIVFICIZRS President . . . . . . M. lx0llSClIAI'IR Vice-l'x'csimlcut . 1 MCCAIL 'l'rc:1s11rvr . . . 'l SU Sccreltzuy , . .... . 'l FONT Cllilllilllilll of Social Committcc . . V MOWIQY Cliairman of Mcmbership Commiltcf . l '10UN4b CllZlll'lTl1lll of Pl'0LIl'lll11 Committee . . . . . . U VVINLIILI I-IONORARV MIZMBERS Mus. H. B. l1U'l'C1'lINS Mus. Kionlmmm Mus F. JORDAN Mus. litem. MRS lil-'IPINGER MRS. Hll,llNlill ,f Mus S'1'1cv1aNs Mus RUFUS Mus Klmusla T. L, LI RUTH KING R. GAQSKA I. KLAPHACK R, M. llllilllil. BESSIE KRASA MEMl?liR.S' A. E. MINIES A. L. GTANG K. SADA KATA M. SAXE I K. FUKUI M. MATSUMOTO 659 MISS liANc1zo1f MISS l.AM1cm' K. P. rllSONG C. OI.I.lNGlCI! G. Mouvm L. W I2I!S'l'lCR Kumi Z. GALLWIQR E. JENSEN A. Houmr B. LEVENSIN MRS. DYSON I-T. S. ZUNG G. OSAWA 1. Michigan Dames OFFICERS President . . . . . . MRS. H. H. 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LANE JULIA Locxwoon ANNA M. MCGLIRK JULIA M. MAI!'l'lNIlAI.E IIIA E. MINIQS lfLlZABli'l'I'I B. OAIcIzs IEVIQLYN H. SCHOLL MAIiY G. WARI3 LILLIAN C. VVIEIISTIQR VIRGINIA VV. WEEKS FRANCES M. WIQSLIQY Iota Sigma Pi FIELD MI'I'I'CAl.F , l'ARMIiRl,1ilL l'l.A'1'T TUUIKS EATON SIEALEY III-IAM lIAl.I, MURSIC SIMS FICNWICK IIOOVJQR llUHUl'l1I'j7 .S'or0rify in Cl1e1111-i.vl1'y Eight Clunpters P1-1os1'11o1111s S0l'Ili'l'V I-'A Tl?O1VIi.S',S'l5.S' MRS. S. I.. H1151-:Low MRS. C. C, NIlCI.0CI'lE Mus. R. K. MCA1.1'1N1f: Mus. VV. G, SM1aA'1'0N Mus. A. H. VV111'1'1c Olfl"lC'lfR.S' President . . MAIIY MOIQSIE Vicc-Presiclcnt . . . l.Aw111cNc1c SIMS H'1c1.1zN S1a1zL1w COI'l'CSpOINlillg' Scc1'cl:11'y . Secretary :md 'l'1'c:1s111'c1' . Ro111a11'1'A DRAM MEMBERS MONllTA A1.1.1cN MA1z1:A1114:'1' Hoovma S1aL111A .IiAN111c1v114:11 Ii1.1No11 L12oNA1z11 - Ro1s1a11'1'A IDEAM ,I 1css11a MIi'I'CALl-' Sv1.v1A I2A'1'oN MAIQY M0llSli F1.o111cNc1c F1cNw1c1: FA1'1'H PA1.M1211L1a1c F1.o1z12Nc1c 111121.11 HAz1z1. 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HELEN SELLEW IJOROTIIY HERRMANN 1922 LAURA SNYDER ESTHER KENNEDY WINIFRED WILSON HELEN THORPE DANA PETTIBONE ELISE SMITH ' CAMILLI HAYDEN ICATHRYN LARKIN 1923 MARY IVES PENELOPE HARDY HEI.EN HUFF ELIZABETH GRISWOLD HELEN SCHERMERHORN 74, LOUISE BULKLEY MAR'1'HA DODD MARY BURNSIDE CATHERINE HARRIS 674 T' I I J ax 1 H lfmnzdvd in 1868 WILSON SHERMAN LARKIN MIENGI-Il. K. SCIIICRMIERHORN IIIEIKRMANN KIGNNICIIY SNYIHCR IIAVDHN 'l'll0Rl'lE PIETTIBONE SMITH WOODWORTII 1'IliI.ll IIOWMAR POTTER NVESLEY TRICADGOLD Ml-ITCALF MCDONALD HUF? DODD IIULKLEYX IV!-IS BURNSIDE GRISWOLD II. SCIIICRMI-TRIIORN HARRIS 675 ,X ff or X " .I 1E,.3. . cg Nfl! Nik I ' !LE3f,.J.?g I W H- ,Z A A' f -xx ',A ,ff g ' 5 ' 4. 1 I7 Pi Beta Phi MlCHIllAN BETA CIIAPTER E.vlabIi.vl1nd in ISSS .PA TRONliS.S'l5.S' MRS. ALIIERT BARRETT MIIS. MIIS. FRANCES KELSEY MRS. SORORES IN URBI3 MIXS. ALI1I11R'l' UARRli'l'T MRS. MRS. CHARLES BERRY MIIS. MRS. ERMINE CASE ' MIIS. MRS. ALIIERT CI-IIPMAN MRS. MISS MILIIREI1 BACKERS MRS. MIIS. HI,TllSON FLEISCHAUER +MIiS. MRS. HARULII GROVES MISS MIIS. HOMER I'IEATI-I MIIS. MIQS. CARI. HTUBER ' MRS. MRS. LOCKWELI. KEMPTON 1920 MAll'l'l N D'Ooc:E ISRAEL RUSSE1, GEORGE LEWIS RALPH MILLlili EARL MCKINLEY FRANK PARKER CLIFFQRII RANNIEY HIENIIY RIGGS MAIICI-IIE STURGIS ALIIERT WHITE ALFRED WHITE HELEN 'CI-IRTSTEN CoNSUEI.o' GARWOOIJ MYRNA GOODRTCH GRACE GRIFFIN GRACE HALL ALICE BECKHAM BEATRICE BECKWITH GLAUYS. BURNETT RUTH CLEARY ' MAIIIAN :HANDLEY GERTRUIDIE Bocas OLIVE COLEMAN HAliliIE'f DEWIEY l.ENoRE DINTUS MAIIALYN KIRKPATRICK NIARY JANE LAWSON ELLEN CANFIELIJ CATHERINE GRINDLEY GERTRUIJE :HAYES LUCY HIJBER OLIVE WRIGIIT 1921 'Si - 1922 PLEDGES ANNA LUCILLE NOIlI.E AIMEE RENKIQS GLAIJVS VIN'I'ICli SHULTZ MARGARET SPAIN FRANCES SWIFT FRANCES IQIERVIN ,IOSEFIIINE LANGSQ GLAIIYS REINICKE lWAXlNI'Z STEVENS 'HELEN VowI.ES ADA NUTTIQN ANITA SOWER MARGARET SPAULIIINC l'II.IzAIsETII STALKER :HAZEL S'roRz . MARGARET TIBIIALS NIARGARET REINEKE ANTOINETTE SCI-IANTZ RUTH SOUTHERTON ELIZABETH TRAVIS LUc1I.LE WEIDMAK 676 'Pi Beta 'Phi Fu1r1lr1'f'd al Illmlnmulh Collryv in 1867 WICIIJMAN IIUIIER IIAYS TRAVIS SOU'I'lIliR'I'0N GIIINIIIJCY SCIIANTZ IRICINICKIC CANFII-SLI! STOIIZ STALKICR TlI'IIIAl.S KIRKPATRICK l'IIl.I-IMAN IIICIYICY IIOGGS 5I'AUI.IIlNG LAINSO ' NIVTTICN IJINIITS SUXVICR IIUIINIETT IIANIILICY G. RICINICKIC LANG STI-IVICNS IIHCKWITII KIERVIN IIICCKIIAM VOWLES SCIIIII.'I'Z GOODIIICII GRIFFIN SWIFT lIAl.I. NOIILIC CIIRISTICN WRIGIIT SPAIN GARWOOD RENKES 677 A-X ' U- ' . '- ff if fw A. 17 ' 'RATE' 'nf' 'QQ . LS ,. A 4 .A . x . 1 . I 1- , ,g ww . 3. , ,. Q I 'A Kappa Kappa Gamma MIQS. SAMUEL MOORE MRS. EWALU BOUCKE MISS POLLY I.I'I"rLE MRS. PARISH LOVEJOY MRS. H'1CRll1iR'l' MALLORY 15 ETA DELTA CHAPTER Ii.s'labIisl1cd' in 1890 PA TRONE5'.S'E.S' ALEREII LEE ALLEN VVHITNEY MRS. MRS. SO lI'ORliS IN Ulflilf MISS ELIEANOR PAR MliS'. MAIIIC MARSIIALL MIIS. ULRICII PHILLIPS MISS FANDIRA CROCKER RER SORORES IN UNlL"liR.S'lTA Tli ALISON SPICNCE GLAIJYES DAUM KATHRYN GLASS ROSE STURMER RUTH FLANAGAN MARION BEECI-I IRMA SCHREIBER 'FWILHEMINA WARNER ELEANOR SPENCER ALICE HINKSON FRANCES BUCKBEE LUC1L1C MYERS ELIZAIIETH BULLOCK HELEN VAN ZANT DOROTHY VVHIPIILE JOYCE VAN ALSTYNE MAllGAI2I4I'l' MC INTYRE GENEVIEVE I-IOYT MARY BUCKEEE ITELEN PARTLOW GN.-1l7UA Tl? RUTH MCCLELLAND 1920 FLORENCE ROGERS 1921 1922 TIIEODOSIA BURTO 1923 678 MAlliZUE1i1'I'I-I CI-:ARIN RUTH JENNINGS ANNE KIRRRATRICR NAOM1 BRADLIEY MARGA1lPI'l' C1-IRISTIE ALIGTHA YERRES MARION BATH MARY LOUISE LACY MYRA MCLAUGPILIN BLANCHE BRYAN MAUDE I-IINDMAN GLADYS DETWYLER 1NIAR'l'HA MI1.I.S RUTH GOOIIIIUE N . :HELEN STURGIS AMANDA MCKINNEY DOROTHY VAN DEURSEN 1fLTZA1ilE'l'I-I HUMPHREYS 1'1'El.1ENl'l 'FORREY IRENE VAN SLYKE I I I I I7014nda'd at AIOIIHIUIIHI Collrge in 1870 MYERS HULLOCK MC INTYRE MILLS SPENCER DETWYLER VAN ZANT VAN DEURSEN IIOYT WARNER YERKICS SCHNEIDER BATH IIINKSUN MCLAUGIILIN LACY F.BUCK'BEE IIINDMAN BRADLEY FLANAGAN CIIAPIN KIRKPATRICK JENNINGS GLASS BEECII STURMER DAUM CIIRISTIE SPENCIE S'l'l'R4lIS TORkliY M.1lUCKIll5lC MC CLELLAND HUMPIIIXICYS MC KINNEY WHIPPLE PARTLOW HRYAN GOOIHIUI 679 x! B'-3114 9 'P N Ulf 0 ' .1 1 . "' ,qZ2ESgE'5f ' . L13 Lif zlg - Alpha Eps1lon Iota AI.l.'kIA CHAIQTER Estdlrlished in IS90 HONORARY MEMBERS CHARLo'r'1'E BROWN ELZA M- MASPIP3li EMMA L. CALL FLORENCE R. SABIN BERTHA VAN HoosEN PA TRONESSES ' ' MIQS. VIC'1'0R X7AUGHAN V MliS. REUBEN PETERSON ' SORORES IN URBE V DR. JEANNE Sous MRS. EDWARD BRAGD MRS, -DAVID MURRAY CDWIE MRS, PAUL DE KRUII' SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 1920 EVA FINN HOPE NICHOLSON MAIIY BAKER MlI.IlIiED GROICSIBIZCK EMILY ARNOLD MIRIAM BOWMAN ISLA I-JE PREE 1921 R1'rA TowER 1022 680 MARIAN S'rEvENsoN GLENADINE SNOW FRANCES HONVIEl.I. MARGARET REYNOLDS FRANCES DEVARAK BESS PARKAM HELEN SLAUGI-ITER 1A I TUWI-IR mar-lu-:xc GROICSIHCCK AllN0l.Il now:-zu. Nlcnm,soN STICVHNSON FINN smmw BOWMAN lmxuclz mcvAnAK PARKAM 681. MRS. ,IUNIUS BEAL MRS. RORERT VVENLEY MRS, REUREN PICTIERSON Alpha Phi T1-1E'rA CHAPTER E.vtabZi.s'11ed in 1892 PA TR ONE SSE S MRS. ALBERT LLOYD MRS. F. R. WALDRON MRS. C. G. PARNALL .S'ORORE.S' IN URBE M'INN11i IBOYLAN DEAL JEANE'l"1'I'I SM1'r1,r FLORER I?L1zAuE'rH HALL HAYIJEN l'1LIZABli'l'H HOP1'lE1l AGNES A. INGLIS ALICE MAY SMITH ' .S'ORORlZ.S' IN UNl!"!iN 1920 IONE BROWN FRANCES GILL EMMA .JANE MINLTIQ ELEANOR S'I'1il'HTCNSON LUELLA MARS1'I 1.TI.L1AN DAVIS IELINOR CHAMISERLAIN CAROLINE NAPIER MARIAN ACKERMAN LUCILE RUFFIC ELIZA131E'l'I'I HOWAIID FRANCES FLORER GRACE QUARRY DOROTHY JONES GRETCHEN VVALSER JEAN MlLI.Ell MARY PALMER GRACE FLAGG RAIKES MABEL COOK TILLEY MARION O. WOOD FRANCES FARR ZIMMERMAN SITA T15 RU1' rr ArmO'r'r EVICLYN STOCK FLORENCE ORR 1921 FRANCES MAIIQE . MAIKCELLA MOON JESSI15 WATERFALL UCROTHA DAWSON 1922 FLORENCE FREEMAN JEAN THOMAS DOROTI-IY SNOW RUTH MINOR - J OSEPH INIE WALTER 1923 ANNE HINSIIAW MARGARET WARTHIN DEBORAH JONES FLORENCE THIEME CHARLO'l"l'lC SCHURZ 682 1 ' I FOH,1Idf'd al .S'yravu.va U11i1fvr.viIy, 1872 WALSHR sc II Ulu II INSHANV xvA'rliR1fAl.l. WALT:-:R wAu'ru1N IIUWARIJ 'run-zxu 1-1 DAVIS gummv n. mmm nowzum Aux:-:1mAN :fum-.MAN NAPIHR STI'Il'IIICNSUN 'ruowms MAIIKK MOON MARSH SNOW . 1-:. MIN1-n Annfrm- mu, mmww smrx mm 683 K: .V Kappa Alpha Theta MRS. C. H. CIJOLEY MRS. S. L. ISIGELOW MISS ALICE CROCKIER H. C. AIIAMS A. G. RUTIIVICN M Rs. MIQS. MIIS. IJELIA S. Focus MRS. A. G. CANIPIELII MRS. A. M. v111G111.liY MRS. F. H. VEIIIIER M1150 O'1'IS GREEN ETA CIfIAI"1'ER li.vlrIbli.I'l1cd 1879 l '11 TICON I 5 .S'.S'l 5 S MRS. MIQS. NIRS. MRS. H. L. XIVILGUS SOROICILS' IN UICBIS MISS MAIQY J. TINSA MIQS. MIQS. MRS. MRS. IVIRS. MRS. MISS IAN J. 19. LANVRI-INCH 1. C. WI-II-:A'I' ALICE WQIIIIIIRIIIIIE G. R. SWAIN WILIIER lgIlO'l'II1-IR'l'0N R, j. CARNI-:Y J. j. VVALSIIIR N ICLLIE BENIIER S. C. RUNNICLS liIvIIvIA K. RRIIIS .S'OlfOlClf.S' IN llNlVlilC.S'l7'.fl7'li GRADUATE OLIVIA DEMMON 1920 HERTIVIA RAIII HlE1.1CNlC JIIIISON GERTRUIIE GRIIIMAN EIJNA SCIIIEAR HELEN MONIIOIE LAURA MAli'l'IN FAI'I'II ARIsfIS'I'R0NG 1921 MAIUON SPAULIIING BEULAII BROWN ' JEAN VVALLACIC MAIILE WILSON MAlif1A1ili'l' RIIINES CHARLO'l"l'1i SANDS GRACE OHLMACIIER IRI-:NE PIEICRS MAIQJORIIE AVERY DOROTHY BARBER HELEN FISHER 1922 . HELEN MCIN'1'!JSH EI.IZAB1i'l'H PH1I.I.u's ELIZAIIETH SCIIIERI-'I-:I.IN Es'I'HER Ross . IESTHER LYON IDOROTHY SPAULIIING FINE1'I'E MAl!'l'lN ISABELLA SWAN REBECCA CONIJON DO1101'I-IY TREvoR 1923 TERESA FRITCI-IIE FLSA OIESSEN FRANCES SWAIN 684 IIIA BUELL MARGA1i1i'F DICMMON Fouudvd al Dcl'nuw Ulxiwrxily in 1870 F. MARTIN I.. MARTIN JUDSON CONDON IIROIVN SVVAIN OIILMACIII-JR RAID GRIPMAN ARMSTRONG TRICVUR UICMMON SCIIIICAR MCXINTOSH SCIIIICFFI-1I.IN ROSS AVERY PHILLIPS BARBER D. Sl"AIYI.l7ING IVALLACIC WILSON LYON SXVAN IIUELL OIIESSICN FISHER M. SPAULDING RIIINICS PEIERS MONROE . 68.1 A 'If . 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TROSIIER ' .1920 MAIIJOIQIE KING FRANCES KINZEI. MURIEL LAMEERT JULIA MAl!'l'INIJALPI 1921 HAZEL FORRESTI-:R I ZORA FOSTER I I 922 'RUTH MILLS HEI.l5N Pll'P 1923 ELLEN MOIRRILL DOROTHY MACPHERSON GRACE PATTINSON ELSIE PRESSIIRIGK ELIZABETH HAXVXIllJl2S'l' 686 I WJ: 5' lu i 'I I I I I JVWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I.IIIIIIIIIIIII.IU Il JHIL RSE Q5 I J 'fl.kIHlE"I,1.'f' I' ', 3. 3'5iIf?"f1?1H!WE' r:'Iv A1-iIrI-1113.3IIII.II5II,IIIg,,- ' . , I . .....IT.S,.-.I..II..I..I .. IMI 52 '1I?'IJ?IJ3.II!AI'IgW5J" ' in IIIII I - . . , . .-fw'JI'?XI I f' "Amin .I MIKS. C. F. ICYER MRS. LEONARD MILI.liI! , MRS. H. B. MILLS MYIQA MOON MRS. H. W. NICHOLS MRS. A. P. OHLMACHER Y IWARGARHT REYNOLDS MRS. S. M. YUTZYA EMILY RUELLE CLARA TUBES LILLXAN WEESTER VIRGINIA WEEKS DORA OSTERBEIIQ MAE STEPHENSON ESTHER ScHw1NcK NELOA TAYLOR HELEN REAIIE FLORENCE Fox SARA WALLER MARIE STUEFER HELEN WALDRON MARION VAN VALE HARRIET SEWELL KATHRYN SI'AFoRn AIIELE UNGER ESTHER WELTY JUNE RUELLE N A H1686 Famzdcd at DcI'rm'w Uni7.fvr.vily in ISS5 CIIISOLM HUTCIIICR HAWXIIURST CIIRISTIANSICN l'RlESSl'lilCK RUlCI.l.l'2 GILFORD SIEWICLI. WI-ILTY PATTINSON WALDRUN VAN VALICN STliVl'.NSON FUOTE BLAKE I-IMMUNS Mi' I'Ill-ZRSON WALKER READE FORREST!-IR TAYLOR FOX MIDDLIESNVART DODDS BARTON CLARK FOSTER BACON HUTCIIER E.RUlCl.l.E LAMBERT WEEKS KING TUIIRS GROW KINZIEI. Hll'li MAIITINDALIC KlCl.l.I-SY BURKE 687 if Ji' lfikffjf Q ,IR , ixtflj IV :WR Ekfzgfx t' pas" :JP - V I Mu Phi Epsilon GAMMA CHAPTER lfouudvd in 1904 NATIONAL HONORARY MEMBERSV CECILE CI-IAMINAIJE KATHERINIC GOOIISON MAIIAM SCHUMANN-HEINK CAROLINE WIIITE ALICE NEILSON ' MAGKEIIS TEYTE GERMAINE SCHNITZER MAIJYKM CAHIIER LENORA JACKSON JULIA CULI' JANIZS OSISORNIE HANNAII IqA'l'Hl.l'IIiN PARLOW TINA LERNER JESSIE L. GAYNOR CARRIE JACOBS-BOND ALMA GLUCK ELENA GERHARDT MAl!GARE'l' :KEYES CHAPTIER HONORARV MliMBliRS LUCY GATES I MAUDE FAYE MABLIC GARRISON MIIS. R. J. ICEMPF ' MIQS. L. IJ. WINES Q ROSA PONEELLE . PA TRONESSES SOPI1 ll-I BRESLAU MRS. ELINOR HAZZAIQII PEACOCK MYRNA SHARLOW MIIS. E. S. PERRY MIIS. C. W. GILL MRS. C. H. EATON .S'OROlx'li.S' IN URHE MRS. A. J. HALI. MRS. HAIIIIY J. MCCLURE MIRS, D, E. SEELEY MIIS. GRAC I'.S'l'H M ARI H ICLE M. MACKAY E ,TOHNSONJKONALD ICR Hoon M A li M li A ITllli'1"l'E EnI'1'H KOON IJOROTIIY WINES HEI.l2N BLATNE ALICE HALL NELL BROWN ACT! 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SM I'I'll ' MARION NJARION MAIQION MIIQIAM A MY IQOONI IS 1'.vIcI.Y N Roux XVICLI. 690 CRO I+"I' KOCH HOOD SPHI,0'l"l'lCR1!1iCK 'l Thea 1 ff G N L' ul I F 7' 1. M. xocu 'ronn LEONARD Mc noNAx.n NVIERMUTII MITCHELL mm: N1-:mmm N nocuxvl-31.1. sm :Tu LOOMIS M. TRUE noon 9l'lll,U'l'Tl'IRlll11fK ll. TRUE MONFUR1' PICTTIT M. CROZIER DUNLAI' l,lNIH'IKll w11,1-ax' n, Koen VAN w1Nm.m ,Tomas Mc LAREN LANE ROCIIAT lr. cnozn-:n r.u.xlu:nu,1.:1-: nom' sms VAN NORMAN IIUFFMAN 1-r.A'r1' 691 ' M -14.4 fi lfTw uA':4!, b. ' I . .V 'si wg gl I Theta Phi Alpha ALPHA CHAPTER Ifstablislwd in 1912 I PA TR ON E.S'.S'E.S' MRS. MAIIIE K. CORCORAN MICS. THOMAS MACKAVANAGII MRS. ANNA DoYI.E MIIS. W. A. MCLAUGHLIN MRS. MORRIS BLACK MISS JULIA WII.I.Cox MRS. WILERED N. ST. PETER lull. DEANE SOKOICILS' IN URBE LAURA IJAVIS MRS. J. J. QUARRY EILEEN DONOHUE .S'Olx'0k'ES IN UNI! 'l5R.S'l7'A Tl? FRANCES GOSPILL GENEv1EvE WALSII AGNES AIIELE LUCILLE MERlilT'1' VIRGINIA LooK DOROTHY O,CONNOR CECILIA FOI-IEY FRANCES COONEY ATHALIE HOUGI-I IQATHERINE HEALY BEULAH MOIIENCY EDNA MORENCY IQATHERINE KERR 1920 1921 BLA NCI-IE O'IqANE , 1922 1923 692 AGNES THOMPSON ANNA MCGURK FRANCES DEENET MILDIQED SCHULTZ MARY LOHRSTORFIER ELLEN FINLEY MARGARE'l' O,REILLY MA1!IE SULLIVAN EDITH NOLAN MARIIE WILLIAMS FRANCES O'HARA MARY HOWE DOROTHY MoRRow I I I .I I C-Erxefa rplni Alpha WILLIAMS FINLICY II ICAIA' IIUUGII LOOK FOIIICY FIIUNICY 0.I!ICII.LY SULLIVAN OJKANIC 0,CONNOR LOIIRSTORFER AIHQLIC M ERRITT MC KHIRK SCIlI'lI'l'L IIICFNICT GOSl'Il.l. TIIUM PSON NVALSII IIUWIC MOIIICNCY MORIIUW KI-IRR NOLAN MOIIICNCY O'llARA U93 ff 1 MR Hlllllt l l A l E AA ' '-Pf:' ' 1' A' 0.504 4, Rt' - :az -12' ,RN-N . 1,'. ' ' f - :' -' --"Rm I .E .Q ' 4 3 " . Y ""' Y' .V fs . L 70 . ed ' .E ' ' I -Q7 lv yaffwo w O Delta Delta Delta IOTA C1-IAPTER li.vtaI1li.c1u'd in. 1894. Rv-v.vl1zI1li.vlu'd in 1915. 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IRENI-I ' BAISLEY FLORENCE BOOMHOWER MILDRED COULTER ALMA DENGLER RUTH GILHAMS VVINIFRED WILMOT 1920 1921 l 922 l'l.lil7Gli.S' 694 CONSTANCE HOPKIN FLORENCE HOWE HAZEI. l'l0FlfMAN PAULINE HUMPHREY ESTHER PAFENRACH MEIiI.E TIIIEBILCOCK fl'RA VAN lEWl'IfIAN ISAREL KICM 1' l'RANCIiS l.U'rEs lCA'l'I-IIERI NE MONTOO M IZRY 'I ,ORA R1'rc1uE MARGARET KRAUS' MAXINE KILEOURNE HELEN Mc CALLUM MINNIIE LOUISE PRATT LULA RODDA J EAN W ATICRIIURY CD6-I fa elfa xIDe1fa. 17uu11ded' al Hnxlozz Uniwrsiiy in 18.98 TRIEIIILCOCK ll UM I' IUHCY MONTGOM ICRY GILIIA M N C CALLUM WILMOT BUCK PRATT l'AIfl-IN HMI II KIQM I' KRAITS KILBOURNE VAN EWICGAN HITCH I IC lblCNGI.l"R IKAISLICV l'HUl.TI'ZR HARLOW BOOM IIUWI-ZR HARD LUTHS DICA V ADDISON VVA'l'l'1RBURY ICNGLANII IIUXYIC lI0l'KlN lIUl.I.lS IIAISLICY HAIILONV I'A'I I.l N FOSTER HOFFMAN IQODDA 695 I XIAI . l W3 ' 3 .4 - -.'..'-4311" - .f my 1" 'I I - ,, J 4.5 ,V 5 A f A '7 5 " ' ' ' '. Z:,:,g:- 251' 5 , ,ff '1, . . II IL ..,: ' " "-457 ' EO . 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IVULLIERTON ALLEN RATLI Fl' WAI.KICR WASON TOWNSIEND SCIIMITT l'AKl'1 NlCllUl.S JOHNSTON MUNRO WATTS BARTON HAMILTON WALDO FL!-JTCIIER STEVICNSON WICHIH-'R FARRAII ELLIS M. FUILERTON 699 J Bnrmiturirs Zbelen jartnhrrrp Besibrnrr Martha finuk Zlguilhing Qlumnar ilanuse kent ifaall Culpisrupal Dormitory ilaall Iiauusr il Helen Newberry Residence A residence for women crcctccl by Truman Handy Newberry, john Stoughton New berry, :Incl Helen NI-wln-I-I'y joy in memory OE their mother, Helen Handy Newberry, Social ljirector Business Manager . Night Chaperone . President . . Vice-President 'l'l'CHSlll'Cl' . Sl'l'l'C'Ull'j' . liuNA !xl'l'1I. MARION AMES GERTRUDE BENSON MAY BLAKESLEIS HANN.NH BLUMENTHAL BEATRICE BUNTING LILLIAN DAVIS EUNICE GARRl5'I"l' DORIS GRACEY FRANCES GRAVE EIJNICE GROVER ,lOSEl'l-IINE HOLMES OLGA JOHNSON ELICANOR BROWN STELLA BRUNT PHYLLIS BURTON EDITH CAIJY AGNES DIEI-IL SALLY EIIRLICH EDNA GROER VVINIEREII JONES FRANCES AMES BARIIARA BAKER BEATRICE CHAMPION GRACE DOUGHTY HELEN FISCHER ILENE FISCIEIER BOARD OF GOVERNORS MIQS. HIiNRY B. JOY MliS. ALEXIS C. ANGELL MRS. HENRY DOUGLAS MIIS. MYIQA B. JORIIAN MISS CLAIRE SANIIERS H0lf'.S'lf lJllx'liC."l'OlI'.S' I-l0U.S'li OliIflCI'lik.S' I-'IO U.S'lf ROL L GRADUA TE STIJDEN T SUSANNE W. JONES l920 GEORGIA DAVIS RUTH DIEREL HELEN FLINN 1921 WQXN N E LI NDEN I'Lm-1R VERA MAINS HELEN MAS'l'El! JOSEPI-IINE MCGUINEAS LUCRICTIA NICHOLSON LUCILE RICE 1922 LILLIAN LAFER CAROLINE LEONARII AMY LOOMIS BEATRICE MASON HELEN MIIlDLESWAlt'F CAROLYN MYLL 1923 Kl'l'A FUKUI ELIZAIIETH HUMPHRI-:YS ELIZABETH HUTCHICNS MABEI. KAIIOW RUTH liING MA'l'SlTlE MA'I'SIIMtJ'l'0 702 .' MISS HOPE CONKLIN . MISS NELL M. ROYER Miss SUSANNE W. JONES . . EDNA APEL ,IOSEIJHINE MCGUINEAS ROSEMARY HANDIBO . . EDNA GROI-'I-' HELICN MACGRIEGORY MAlilIi STOLZ RUTH VOKES ROSEMARY HANIIIRO ESTELLE JACKA M1LIJlililJ SHERMAN CARRIE SMITH FRANCES STEVENS AIJELE TAPPAN MILDRED TAYLOR JESSIE VVATERFALL IRENE ROSENIIERG PRUIIENCE ROWE ANNA SCHMITT CLARA SELLER LILLIAN STUDNESS ISABEL WOLESTEIN DOROTHY HARD KAMEYO SADAKATA MARY MCEACHRAN ELEANOR NBII. HELEN SAFEORD MILIJIKED SAEEORII EDNA' STEVENS ELIZABETH TRAVIS MARION TRUE MARION SANDERS .S"l'lflJliN'l' li.X'liC'l f"l'lI 'li 140111317 Prcsiclvnt .... Vicc-T'rm-siclcm . 'l'l'C2lSlIl'L'l' . . Secretary . . Social Chairmzln Fire Captain . . Szmilarizm .... Scniox' liC11l'L'Sl'llt2lIiVC . ,lunior Rcprcscnlzxtivc . SODhOl1'lOl'L' Rcprcscntzltivc . Fl'0ShI'I1Illl Representative Fl'CShl112Ill R CDl'CS0l1t1lf1VC FIINA A1-lf! DIOSICPIIINIC NICGUINICAS Rrmsl-:MARY Hfxxmnu . . EIJNA GROFI' OLGA JOHNSON . BlaA'rRlC1a MASKJN . IQLI-ZANOR Iilmwx . MAY lSLAKles1.1-:I-1 . FRANCES GRAVIES . W1N11fR1an JON1-as MAIQION TRU 1-1 . RUTH KING , 1920 Martha Cook Building A RESIDENCE HALL I-'OR WOMEN ERECTEII IN MEMORY OF MARTHA WOLEORII COOK First Opened for Studmils in October, 1915 BOARD OF GOVERNORS MIKS. ANNE SHIIIMAN STEVENS MRS. CHAUNCEY F. COOK MISS GRACE G. MILLARD , HOU.S'lf DIRIECTORS Social Director Business Manager . . House Director' . . Night Chaperone HOU.S'li OFFICERS President . . Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer . . f . . . . . - . . . . . MISS GRACE GREENWOOIJ MISS FRANCES C. MACK MISS CLARA L. BIGELOW . MISS DELCIA GILBERT 4 . GRETCHEN JONES . CARLEEN KLOCKE . . MARION GILL . . JULIET PEDIILE .S'TUIJIiNT BOARD Ol" GOII"IZRNOR.S' President ........... Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer '. .- . Senior Representative . Junior Representative . . Sophomore Representative . STUDENT RESIDENTS AIIELAIDE ADAMS MURIEI. BAUMAN GLAIIYS BOYINGTON DOROTHEA COMFORT ESTHER DORRANCE DELCIA GILBERT MARGARET HARRISON GRETCHEN JONES EUNICE KRAFT VIVIEN ME'VILER IDORA OSTERBURG ALIIJA ROGERS HILIIA SCOTHAN DOROTHY ARBAUGII ELEANOR BOYER MARGUERITE CAVENIIISI-I DOROTHY DAVIS LOUISE DUNCAN HAZEL FORRESTER MARION GILL VNESTHER HITCHCOCK LUCILE JOHNSON SELMA BANDEMER MARY BOGAN HELEN CADY IRENE CRABB ELSIE ERLEY IBA GRATTON CLARA JAMES JOSEPIIINE KIRK FREDA LOWENSTEIN ANNE NOBLE JANET PARKS MARTPIA ROOF MARIIE SIMONS 1921 Hl2l.liN NIACDOUGALL JEAN PILSTON SARA GRACE RABINOWITZ ELIZABETH ROBERTS RUTH SERGEANT MARJORIE SNAVIZLY MUSTIA TRUBEY MARIAN WEAN GERTRUOE WILSON 704 . . GRETCHEN JONES CARLEEN KLOCKE . . MARION GILL . JULIET PEDDLE . . IDA GRATTON . .GLAIIYS BURCH . CORRINE MERKEL ESTHER BARNES MARGARET BURNHAM MARGUElil'I'E CHAPIN ANNE MAY CROW EVELYN FAVREAU CONSTANCE GRIFIPITH THELMA JAMES CARLEEN KLOCKE GLADYS MATTHEWS ELIZABETH OAKES MADCE PERRINE LUCILE ROSE RUTH WALKER LENORE BAUER MARIE BRAUN RUTH CONWAY DOROTHY. Donns CARRIE FAIRCI-IILII ELEANOR FUI.LER WANDA GILLINCHAM DOROTHY IIIE ABA JOOST ll' MARI0N MlI'l'CklI.l'Ili ELLA POWELL VIVIAN RAMSEY LULA Room ROZIQLLA SMALLIION RIITII SYKES HELEN VOWICLS ' EnI'I'I-I WILLIAMS LEILLA Wo0IIEwoR'I'H ELIzA1xE'I'II WYLIE MARGARET BIscKE'r'r RUTH DICIZMER ISABELLE FARNHAM ROMA HO0I'Iil2 ELLA MCNEAL HELEN MITCHELL JULIET PEDIILE HELEN SPEAR I.oREEN WRIGHT MARILAREI' BICRKAXV 'l'IIIcI.MA FRY URACIA HANLI-:Y EMMA JACOIIS ANNA KENT IiI,IzAIII-:'I'II PAYNIC KATIIRYN PRAKKIEN MlVZA RRI: 1922 MARIIAREI' COWAN IEIINA IYJOUGHTY HELEN FICETIIAM NORMA JUDSON CORRINE MEIQIQEI. LEONA NICILLY TIIEICLA ROESE DOliO'1'I-IY TREVOR 705 IRENIC SAITIHJC IXATI I ICRI N li S M ITH ,losEI- I I I N Ii 'l'RI I'I.E'l"l' MARc:ARE'I' W ALKER FRANCI-:s XIVILLISON M.Nlijlll!lIC VVYLIIC GLATJYS .HIIRCII RIITII 'CIIRTIS VIRGINIA IJARROXV MI4II,I!A Forxrz MARIORIE IJICAM liS'l'llliR DUNIIAM VlfJI.l4I'l' FOSTER FRANCES MCCALL RU'I'I-I MILLS IRENIC NQIIQIQIS MARJIIRIE SANDS MAIQY VAN DIENSE MAIQGAIQET ZIZLLER MR: Av. Y A--il Y f? xi, 5 N A fivnmmr Away 'A MRS. MRS. Mrss MRS. MRs. MRS. MRs. MRs. Alumnae- I-Ibuse f R BOARD R OF GQVERNORS ' MYRA PosT CADY . VERA BURRIDGE BATES NIRLLIE HAYES . . LESLIE FRENCH' A. 1 . J'AMES?ANGELL' .' . ERIE LAYTONi' GATES ' . JOSEPH-MARKLEY '. . MYRA B. JORDAN . . LILLIAN CURRA1-T RUBY AYRES . KATHERINE ANDREWS KATHLEEN CURRAH MARIAN. FALK' 'A . . 4 , . . MARY FOSIRR S GERTRUDE HAYES . o -' -' . n a I . Q . -L .-. . . -I 5 Detroit, Mich. .' Detroit, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. . . Toiedo, Ohio . . Chicago, Ill. . 'Bay City, Mich. . Ann Arbor, Mich. . Ann Arbor, Mich. . soc1AL DIRECTOR ' Miss -GERTRUDE Bnocx, '18 1920 '1.921', , MYRTLE TENCH ..'-V.. ,I . 4 Lynm BLOUNT GWENDOYJYYAI TREAT- A ' . 1922 MAR JORIE GRAY . RUTH PERKINS H1923 JAEANETTE STUDLEY DOROTHY SAMUELSON MARGARET REINECKE KATHERINE STARR - AAlCHIGANEN.IlAN. 20 R A 'N I r I I I Y. '- '- . 1-' f Ag.,.,,..., v i. ,' 1, f jug - , 1. fr ,E,p.,, f fu 35 ..a , L , " ' "iii, 4-A iiiib .H.mi:asA1sfE5' isiwM.Ai'4sV w5.fMw+:i 14556 ff 706- -.T W i A A .M 5 I , 1 ' 1 ,. Iv' f,--4-,r,.- A -1'4..?' '-.f.1, ff i f, .vii-'fi .,.f' ""'0'-if . ,'1. . ' ' - " 1 y:f ..f', .A 1 . . , clk . 'f :"L.n-viii-F ri mi- - .' wg-r -' W e E' :AY M . 4 1 1 1 s I 1 99 ni AYHICS I.. CURRAII HROCK STARR TICNCII FALK STUDIJCY HAYES GRAY PERKINS BLOUNT TREAD ANDREWS FOSTER SAMUICLSON K. CURRAII 707 1: ' " " " A, V P 3 H us' ' ' 'Af' F:"m7f'1,1 W Y , xx ,,,, 5 ' - ,y - 0 , 1 , f.,- 1 .. 4 v, It J lg , va A H Kent Hall , 1 fr"f99f4L .l?5Rf'5?T95' ' Q Hf3'5'I,5,?Z3,L ' -M:gQFTIfR.S.'f'1fILfSS- iifjf. 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N! o Xl .Z I is '! 1 I ' - uhm... - . 1 r X I I I .'. l 9 l IG A hl 20 - ' 708 ' ' Y I A -av N, . -4 ' 'K A f -JH. 11: lf .i'4:l'If'- , f - , ' 'J - 4 , +2 4 -"f3f?'f?iV 'L' ' v w' A W J W W-4 f+1 -Q-a'.'w,.a.m .wi-1':l" f ': ff ?' ' ' YW' ' fm' ' w E W' . ff IIICARTII YVOLFF IYOROTIIY JONES Flil'1I'fRlAN L'lbNl.l'1Y XVII ITFHCLII TllUR'l'lCI.L STURGIS GUI'1R'I'NlCR CAIN' DFIKURAII JUN!-IS WALTICRS SLANVSON WRIGHT PATCH IIIQLICN WILLIAMS Vllll-IAN MICIIAICI. HALL YORKS lIlI.I,S ll, XVlI.I.I.X MS I'.XI!NllCRl.l'1I-I VRA 709 fwnnwn' 52:6- Episcopal Dormitory Q Founded 1917 'PA TRONESSES MRS. VW. O. RAYMOND A " MRS.A CHARLES T. WEBB 1 Pfesident .. Vice-President L Secretary '. . , Treasurer .' . . . House Representgtixfe . MRS. H. J. BROWN SOCIAL DIRECTOR MRS. W. D. Rrccs A OFFICERS .nj ., Q SOCIAL CHAIRMAN BEATRICE SMITH A BLANCHE BLYNN . LEA!-i OLIN ' ANNA KUNERT 4MARGARET Cook GLADYS BoUGHToN V GRADUATE LAURA HALSTEAD- X A QMEMBERS I W -. I A mo I V ' BLANC!-fE BLYNN' ' n AIJIIA AKUNERT ' ' A MARGARET Cook , ' - ' ELLEN LARDNER 1921 L' - , y , H --LEAHV OLIN V - f ' IBEATRICE SMITH ' V., I . - 1922 f ' - GIJAIJYS BOUGHTON W MARGARET STONE v .. . A ELEN ILSEY . X f 1 . ' 1923 A X AORIAL HALSTEAD ' A LEONE JACOBS 1 f AGNES ' NISSON A - DORUFHY WILHITE 1 . .A-ADELE UNGER 'A A ' M R MILDRED VALENTINE , . - ' LEXANDRIA c ons x - ' 2 v ' 4 Q . ' Y TIF: ' l 9 .T AAI C I-I I 'I A' ' 20 710 , - , ,nj Q . ',4,a,,'-1 : 1" 7' L W - 23 ff ' 'f wgi-,gg -.11 ,f'gi,',Q. 'ff Qlf. .. " . ! piscopa ormitogf' Mc Ronn IIALSTICAD wlLsl-:Y KUNICRT 0. HALSTEAD LARDNER SMITH STONE vAl.1aN'r1N1c cook N lssox ll0l'GII'I'UN wlmr ITE IILYNN 0l.1N JACOBS mmm: 711 NALAN KRISELY IIHALY VAN ALSTYNIZ CAKE KITZINGI-ZR NVIIIPPLF BURNSIDIC NEWTON WIIITIC U'LEARY HARRIS Hall House . UNIVI-1I!Sl'I'V IJORMITURY IfoR GIRLS SOCIAL DIRECTOR MIQS. H. W. CAKIQ STUDENT OFFICERS President . . . GRACE D. WIIITIQ Secretary . . MARY ELIZABFTH BURNSIDE Vice-President . . PAULTNE NEWTON TFCHSvll1'l'I' . . KATHFRYN B HIARRIS .S'TU17liNT MEMBERS' 1921 ALINIE CARI-1 RDNA ICRLIQY MARc:ARI:'r KI NSILLY KA'l'Hl'1RlNl'1 HI-:AI,v Rosn BARTON I 022 I U23 NIARY IfI.IzA1IIc'I'II HIIR NSIIJE ESTIIIQR CARI: KATHILRYN HARRIS HARIiIIi'l' KIYFZINCEISIK CATIIIQRINIQ MIII.I.EN 712 VAULINIC NI'IVV'l'0N GRACE W HITI: I':lll'I'H NIJLAN 1-1IaI.IcN -O'LIcARv IiI.IzAIsETIAI SMITH B IQR N IC Ii T U RBIET JOYCE VAN ALSTYNE CAROL WALTERS DOROTHY VVHIPPLE MWWW. wMmWMl' mwmwh IHJIIIIIIIFIII. II II I Il. . L II rl' ll .II:lIlIHII:::IIl' " u Il ' In " Illl - 1I In "III ,H u I I In 'I Ill v- "H I 5' ,' :,, ,.1fg1,,g41,,m In,4r1fr1rr1:wfr1ggM,eu up My WuJ,,,H,,,,4y,,l,..M M I -:JI ' ' ""' :I ll: ""' ' 'I nl :NWMWWMWWMMWMMMmMuwWMMwANM IIIIhllllillillliilIhlllllllhliiilJllllill milliiIlfllulultiinllulllllmllnlllillllx G YA A Q ' W u av rhsers 1111119 'Rollo i11gpzgl3es will be fbund the a1111ouQG111c-11115 of nmyf reliable 111e1'cI1a111s who have contributed 111aferia1bf'fo111e success ofthis volume. X We bespeak your pat1'o11a8ciQ1fet111'11 HI lil::HuiIHIIm!:allaIIIHIIalllg::IIIIIIHIHIIII:IIalIIHInlllmlmIlmllililullulli: H H ' .!..II...!...In..!..llI.!!!..II.!!!..11.I!!!..II.!!!..II.!!E..I1.E!!..II..!!..II.!!!..IIl.!!..II.' I Y I crux L . A fa. . :Q f A. G A I , W9 f f W gf 1861 A Q. w .q., . x--,.- ...S N I V Vw Ay, X7 . ,K 1. ,,1A V t w ,. .Haze , - ,,A. V A X -A 4 I 231 J .- N 3 l N i 'V 1 iii? li Ai ' Y if- 1' Jil I f M T5 .,, o f, .,:. ' o 4 3 ' -AZT" "A ,1',' Q .- . V 5511 ,gi ...,. gag, 'W 'A k,'.f .N 7 A l -" a ' Ig . ,I - ,, -1-Cr.n::L:,--, - 9 . - Y .- U . -----M .. swf ... - -'-M -I A-fl 1: Cigarellc Cave, H K. Gold, 39195.00 Sterling .S'il7'vr Cases, 820.00 In 8-70.00 '.S'ilz'vr' Plalvzf C'a.vm'.v al 39.00 Fine Jewelry Dependable Watches First Class Stationery Leading Jewelers Since 1861 Etlirieut Sf'7"Z'1'l'0 by Mail 5 V . xx if ll . v .53 1 a A s- 4 N S 5 ' X . 'if a x J Q wi' '52 fe? 05 it r 4 5 2 X0 7355 .3234 X Z k 4 if 6 fgf 'D Ag QmrmAsYfeg X ig! H Q K 'gg , , DETROIT 155 FRATERNITY JEWELERS AND STATIONERS, X - f ilk New Location, Woodward Ave. at John R. St. 1 Q 1861 ag es on II mxifrb 'YWWUE THIRD Q Q FLooR 3 V ,Young Men's Clothes Shop We Make a Specialty of FINE SUITS and TOP COA TS for college and young business men Latest domestic and imported fabrics Tailored by the best Ready-to-Wear manufacturers in the country q NEWEST MODELS-NEWEST MATERIALS FINEST TAILORING One of the most complete lines of high-grade clothes shown in Detroit, and all very moderately priced. III ' A XE , .' Tx mr!! I' it s , , 57 f S Mofvanon we M X FLATTE RY mc. - I 74-WASHINGTON BOULEVARD DETP OIT. Q Hatter to Men of Michigan Appointed Agents for Celebrated AQU-ASCUTUM COATS H 1 Imported from England THOMAS J. FLATTERY, I 74 WASHINGTON BOULEVARD ' DETROIT . . MICHIGAN Ill Q g ggg Qs .157 X A -' gf 9 EDWARD R. ROEHM A 11-15 MAcoMa AT P4NGREE SQ. FRATERNITY JEWELER. THREE GENERATIONS OF COLLEGE FRATERNITY MEN WEAR ROEHM BADGES Write for PICTURES AND PRICES OF THINGS. THAT APPEAL TO COLLEGE GREEKS V Holland Photo Shop J. D. DuSaar HOLLAND, MICHIGAN Films Developed, per Roll ............................. .... 5 c Any Size or Number of Exposures-Film Packs Developed. . . . . . . IOC PRINTING Vest 'Pocket .... .... 2 he each 324 x 421 .... ..... 4 Mc each Zyl x 221 ..... .... 3 Mc each 3M x SM .... .,... 4 Mc each Zyl x 324 ..... .... 3 Mc each 4 x 5 .. ..... 4y2c each ZZ x 4M ..... .... 4 c each Postals . ..... 4-Mc each 3M x ..... .... 4 Mc each ENLARGING Posfgls ----- 300 Amateur work finished 5 X f ..... ..... 3 Oc d d d 6 X 8 ..... ... ...,.. 40C an 'mf' e Same ar 8 x 10 .... ................. 5 Oc as recelved. Try us-it pays. Special price to dealers. 3 Gumser SAN Store HOLLAND, MICH. Films Developed, per Roll .................. .. 5c Film Packs Developed ......................... .... I Oc .llny Size or Nzunber of li.vf1os'z:rcs PRINTING . Yest Pocket .... ........ 2 c each 214 x 352 ................ 3c each 2M x 42, ..... .... I ...... 3 Mc each Glossy Prints ...... lc extra per print sm X an sy, V Am QSM X SM . ..... -lc each 4 x 5 Postals ENLARGING 5 x 7 ..... ..... 2 Sc Two-cent stamps accepted 6 x 8 ..... ........ 3 5c on all orders of less than 8 x 10 .... .......... 4 Oc 50 cents. We Pay All Return Postage VI ESTABLISHED IBI8 fwewme C625 5 5 ftlemen? Eumishgmg abs, MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY'FOURTH STREET NEW YORK Telephone Jllmfray Hill 8800 Clothes Ready-made or Made to Order for Dress or Sporting VVear English Hats and Haberdashery Fine Boots and Shoes Fur and Shetland Wlool Garments Trunks, Bags, and Traveling Kits Sand for Illustrated Catalogue BOSTON NEWPORT TREMONTCOILBOYLSTON 220 BELLEVUE AVENUE p--- -- .. Kr, F - BROOKS BROTHERS' New Building, convenient to Grand Central, Subway, and to many of the leading llotels and Clubs HOLLAND RUSK it I Better than the best Toast ever browned on a toaster. Goocl for Breakfast, Dinner, or Lunch GOOD ALL DA Y HOLLAND RUSK is macle from none but thehest rairv materials: is niarnlfactured in the bel laggest, andiimost sanitaigdiglt Factory in the world. O A AT ALL CROCERS HOLLAND RUSK CO. HOLLAND - - - MICHIGAN VII Phones 1500, l50I, 1502, I503 ' Weinmann-Geisendorfer Co. I Dealers in GROCERIES, MEATS AND FISH High Grade Table Supplies. 219-ZI-23 EAST WASHINGTON ST. ANN ARBOR X III By and for Michigan Students gr-INF T45 A LUNEHE5 mfylss Liberty at Maynard SAY IT WITH FLOWERS Say it with Howers to the girl you hold dear, Say it with flowers all times of the year, Say it with flowers to mother and clad, Such a remembrance will make their hearts glad. Table Decorations Corsage Bouquets BLUMAIZE BLOSSOM SHOP NICKELS ARCADE Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery Ass'n IX "Everything For The Shop JJ x... 1 , I We carry a very large and complete stock of: METALWORKING MACHINERY . WOODWORKING MACHINERY PULLEYS-BELTING-HANGERS GENERAL SHOP SUPPLIES THE CI-IAS. A. STRELINGER CO. DETROIT 43-51 Larued St. Cad. 7080 KYER 8C WHITKER Dealers in Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables WHOLESALE AND RETAIL When you are in the market for any quantity - A s k U s - Sole Dealers in Vegaco Margarine, the best on the market II4-II6 E. WASHINGTON STREET Phones 326, 327, 328 X Qriisiir flixixaiis Qglus Tffechnizal Clbuuliig x W .555 X gxxxbkg G. C. MAEDEL, Prop. Phone 598 121 E. Washington St XI GRAHAM MICI-IIGAN'S F A S T EST GRO W ING BOOK STORES EFFICIENT MAIL-ORDER DEPARTMENT GRAHAM IIIX f., 'iw 5 1 gm f, s 5 2 16 .V .gl ,gf 425 f,- , P: , ,gy r P I ll' ,I .1 15 lift i . Q 111552: fffff. 1 ramen, f.a::vff.-ff.-.:1,..,, 1 A ........ , ,.., ......... . fm Ziff, M 0 if ' K' 13 gg 5 1 ef wc 5 15 251 wg gi as gif ig: 3: ,az f ii? -v 2 Z -1 1' 4 ' ENG RAVI f X NG QQMPANX efgafzew andffgmrenr f 1,13 yMQiEffQUOMf , ,Q-L Q ZH jig iff AN N UAL A n ' . 'A ,gh ,j :Q Q ,ja-. 4 J, U. 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" gg ge 2 4 52 1' .xii OH' d P! 1 ' ffl 1 -D I-7K Pl iii' il .555-n7'V.AJS?1r?nJ'ffee3"n..2 C H O J11'gv':1:keeff5'I2?A,1tEenaW5'g7'ga:oy ,Q 5" 1 15a . ifi 0 by .A ,,, , A,:,,: m...,,m,.m XIV IHLI GBRO . EVERARD CQMPANY PRINTERS BIN D E RS STATIONERS This co' 'o fll8flMII,'!Iil 1nzen.vimz" 3 fwns jrroduzrea' zromjlfete in our plant. If you like it, fwrife us before I,'0Ilf7'IICfi7Zg for your next 01'l1,l?1' of qzmffiy pfiiniilzg in any Hvflf. KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN XV Uriginal Designs DANCE AND BANQUET PROGRAMS Something New and Distinctive for Every Party The Mayer-Schairer Company ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN HALLER 8: FULLER WATCHES SILVERWARE JEWELRY COLLEGE NOVELTIES COLLEGE JEWELRY FRATERNITY JEWELRY Optical Department We grincl our own lenses ancl assemble frames. Prompt, efficient service. g HALLER 85 FULLER STATE STREET J EWELERS XVI W 1 yi V i i K i V il PHOTOGRA PHER A LL NEGATIKES mqde at our studio q1fe gqfefulbtfiled YW 95" 01'?f1 ifL9f1 ff of mm portraits at qiiy time. 319 E. Huron St. Phone 961-M 1 I al M i . I, XVII GRADUA TES AND UNDERGRADUA TES: As always, you will fmcl the Trolley Way to Ann Arbor the most convenient roacl of travel from Detroit. Handy to the 'Varsity and Ferry Field. Frequent serv- ice. The lowest of fares. Detroit, Jackson 8: Chicago Ry -At this time many workers are enjoying the greatest prosperity in years. Wages are high. Temptations to spend thoughtlessly abound on every side. BUT THOUGHTFUI.. workers know that present wage levels are not permanent ones. When production slack- ens, wages are likely to follow. ln the meantime, these thoughtful ones are living modestly, ancl are saving and invest- ing all they can. They are playing safe. No matter what the future may bring, they are going to he provided for. The progress of the country toward healthful commercial recovery depends on whether or not the American people will save. Do your share. FARMERS 8a MECHANICS BANK ANN ARBOR, MICH. XVIII 4 mhimimh in 1112 Qllzrss nf IHZU 71 gninm 34 Gln. Lilerary cz ll' ci I Law and illvzliral General l5ngi11ecrl'11g Sc'ie11.tllic we e . l7m1fnl We present the best inducements to Michigan .Xlumni for the purchase of Lil2rar3 and General Book Sfzlpplrics that can lie secured anywhere in the United States. Our B4ailCDrder Business lf.1'lvl1d.i' lo i"m'ry Slalv of Ihr' lluimz and In all fUl't'lfjlI r'o1u1lrii'.r Libraries Bought and Sold lf.1'llIlIl1l1?.V f1H'n1'.vl1f'd for .Sl4'L'0lI!ll7l'j', Svllool, College and Uni- 1'er.rlly l.ib1'uria'.v. --:- -2- -:-- -:- -:-- Discounts of 10 per cent and up from the publishers' prices are allowed to school l1lJ1'Zl1'1CS on all publications. 'l'ransportation charges prepaid on all orders, large or small, received through the mail. GEORGE WAHR Bookseller Importer i Publisher lO3-l05 N. Main St. 3l6 S. State St. Ann Arbor, Mich. XIX uuuuu uuw u WFS Q X M' -2 B S - - -2 1 2 5 7 SW mufscfrvluus QUE:-.,Tl0NlD 7 M J-xx IL :sr Luzno DE umruuzuzs TERRA vzm NULLI nw asf 12535 Q , Q- 82' smpzn Pmmrus cmsnz cum vesaus 4-1 a,"'vRT ' FALSIS M Tun Auu Wuuuu Euuuuu Suu Tuuuuus lPuuu5uuuuu -2 IEuurErfuu INIIE is momma Uuumr lRmzu1uusuuuue Sunsuuuxu Tfuamsu Auxuua Hlumuuuguuuuuuulr lluu Tuum IPATIRUIBTDSIVU, VAuuunAuuuJ IFuruuauuuu Mum Auuuuuuui Hu Uuuu Mum? Auuuauusu Euzuuuuuauuuuuu uuuuuuuu uoxuuuum UAIPIPIIIIIJINIWI' Huuvu Ll:u1-.- Immun llf Annnnv. Umm llhuuuc As Eunnruu lFuauuu-u Tfuuuz IFu1ruuu Hlmr Hllu- ?DIElIPTl'EU'l'lIBlElR IN1uuuuuuuuu lH1uuuuuJuzuuJ Auuuu lfuuauuuumuu. I Us Tfuuuumruumu Ilfmrmuuuuv Auuua lDuuuu2uuuuuv Tfun IDDSIUHIAURIEIE uma Enuuuv lH1uTFuuu KU1uuuum1T Wuuu uu ll-U Ile A ufuuuuuuuuu IBu' ID LE E un, Eu uuuuuua Auum IPuu1uuuuauvuuuuu:s Auu5lMlAuuuuuuu IUIHT uuuuas Ilquurauur- uuuuu lluuuuuuuusuuuuen rs Hu Auum uumr us. lP'Auu2uuu1runr llluu IP . uunuuuugrss uurzuvus Auum uuuuuss Kuuu lHluss1uum1TuuuF'U umulIu 'Tuul IFuFuuuuuuua S.Ifh.,T.li,., IAF' Auuuug Aumuunuu, B'I1urLuuuu-auxuu EU-Gus lBumvuEuw Iluu Tfu-um lhnusmeczuvuruuuu um Wumm uuum oss s Husuuuum US., Arm IE- Pmu .. .. ua u.uzAuumIDuu1mMA1uum IHIIJB uimruwi Il-Um WAS Arm HESXIPILIRTJ' Au lRuuuu: Annum llfzmuusuunuu Uklrcvuuuaus. Tfruus Uiuzu I Uuuunzuu ., uwmufu Muvuussuumuuu Tun lluuuuw uuuurr Mummy U3- ILHENJCDIEIR Mu Hmmm A1rWVosuuuuw1rBu1muvu.,llllE. "TI'uum Aumuuumuuu IE-sruuriumusa Illllfrrumuu IBV 'llimm Pmmaumumu MfJZIh Uuurs Asn., Susan. lmlr Mfaxux QW 'Rfb llkuulrunuuuuusua- Holland Furnaces Make Warm Friends A COSY HOME should have first considera- tion in your life's plan. The Heart of your Home, the heating system, should be as dependable as a faithful watch dog. It should be the Holland Furnace. Like the faithful dog, the Holland Fur- nace is "on the jobi' night and day. Simple and strong, yet highly scientific in designg easy and economical to operate, it is the answer to your most exacting requirement for home comfort. Holland Furnace Company General Oflicesz - I- Holland, Michigan XXI HEN you leave the University of Michigan, at graduation, remember the old reliable Ann Arbor Press, Press Building, Maynard St. And if you want a book printed, some day, in style that will be of the "flavor 0 f the old town" and not commer- cial or factory-like, Write to your old acquaint- ance- THE ANN ARBOR PRESS THE BUYER-CAMPBELL CO FINE MACHINISTS' TOOLS FACTORY and MILL SUPPLIES DETROIT 'XXII THE MERRIAM WEBSTER NEW INTERNA TIONAL A COMPLETE REFERENCE LIBRARY IN DICTIONARY FORM "THE SUPREME AUTHORITY" 1920 ATLAS 31355235 GI VEN International Encyclopedia i Everything you Want to know , at your finger tips in TWENTY-FOUR VOLUMES E. VAN ALLEN 9 Nickels 'Arcade TYPEWRITING ENGRAVING MIMEOGRAPHING EMBOSSING O. D. MORRILL Typewriter.: of All Makes Bought, Sold, Rented, Exchanged, C leaned, and Repalred. 17 Nickels Arcade Ann Arbor, Michigan lirnbossed and lingraved Fraternity and Untiverslty Stationery Carried ln Stock. Special Orders Solicited. XXIV We Offer You the Ultimate in Banking SECURITY E B ICE LOCATIO A Capital and Surplus i5600,000.00 Resources 5l54,750,000.00 U BOARD OF DIRECTORS M. J. FRITZ CHAS. E. I-IISCOCK WM. D. HARRIMAN CARL F. BRAUN XVVM. L. NVALZ NNALTIZR C. MACK EMORY F. LIELAND OFFICERS CHAS. E. HISCOCK, CIIZlIl'l112lll of thc Board MICHAEL J. FRITZ, President W. D. HARRIMAN .......................... Vice-President CARL F. BRAUN ................... ..... X 7icc-President WM. L. WALZ ........ ............ C nshicr JOHN C. FRITZ ........ ...... A sst. Cashier ALFRED F. STAEB ..... ...... A sst. Cashier ROY B. I-IISCOCK ..... ...... A ssl. Cashier Ann Arbor Savings Bank INCORPORATED 1869 Northwest Corner Main and Huron and 707 N. University Ave. XXV 77,6 1920 ICHIGAN ENSIAN Bound by The Wm. C. Windisch Co. Manufacturing Bookbinders PROGRAMMES RING BOOKS BOOKS BINDERS ALBUMS LEATHER SPECIALTIES LOOSE LEA1F DEVICES of all kinds 154-160 FORT ST., W. DETROIT, MICH. Phone Main 4106 XYVI fe S C AEBRES STEAM 8 GAS FITTING j .- UNE 215 E. Huron Street Phone 214-F1 Your Photograph Will be a pleasing picture as well g d l k if d TEE T STUDIO. Phone 296-.I You spend most of your time . in the oflice. An office properly arranged and equipped will be an inspiration for your development. Our department for Office Planning and suggestions for of- fice arrangements is at your serv- ice. ' x Caialogs and Descriptive Literature Upon Request Ritter Unit Equipment RITTER DENTAL MFG. CO., Inc. Rochester, N. Y. XXVIII RIVER VIEWS CAMPUS SCENES SWAIN PHOTOGRAPHER 713 E. University 13110116 2312 Ann Arbor Dairy Company Absolutely Pure Pasteurizecl Milk and Cream Creamery Butter Cottage Cheese and Buttermilk Extra Heavy Cream For Whipping l2l E. Catherine St. Phone 423 XXIX MEHRING fe? HANSON C O M P A N Y Heating, Cooling and Ventilating Systems Power Plants- Power Piping General Steam Fitting Contractors for Heating and'Ventilating System in Michigan Union Building, Ann Arbor 118-120 North Franklin Street CHICAGO XXX S s BQ Vg XJ' is 343502 ix if 909 We 655 9 49 Q' og 99 v-V9 Q04 Y+NU'.Y,. X5 B A9 v bv itxliyv ef Lax' 9 4" Q .. ' YQ' 9 o oo 9 of 9 . BURR PATTERSCJN A N D C O M P A N Y Detroit, Michigan THE FRATERNITY BADGE AND' RING MAKERS THE FAVORITE FRATERNITY JEWELERS of THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN XXXI Place of FOIIC1 Memories Q 'il l lf 3.94 1' '- ' -2 1. X 1 ,QE HPOPULAS BUSY BEE XXXII 'Q 33' f ,your s Cgquzjvment THE S.S.WHlTE DIAMOND CHAIR AND No.3 EQUIPMENT STAND The character of the service you render the public is re- Hectecl by your environment. Let your surroundings, your equipment, your facilities be of the best. We can give you valuable help in designing your offices ancl in the selection of your equipment, without the least obli- gation on your part. - Send for "Modern Dental Equipment" a beautiful new catalog free on request. The S. S. iWhite Dental Mfg. Co . "Since 184-I the Strwzdardu PHILADELPHIA XXXIII T is not so much perhaps because of the saving afforded as be- cause of the character of mate- rials and workmanship that Hof- mann Klix Tailored Garments are worn by so many Michigan Men. We are gratified by the ever-in- creasing patronage of those who know good clothes and take pride in wearing them. ' E6ISlVIANN and KLM COMPANY H DETROIT 4' Micil-IIGAN 54 Lafayette Boulevard-Second Floor-Opposite Post Office XXXIV THE STORE for young men and older men of YOUTHFUL SPIRIT Step in, get acquainted, and feel at home with TW I E W uerih Co. SIHEHEQDQU RIERS 7 WHERE Svnnzuztg Qranh Gllntlpen 322-324 So. Main Street Betwcezz l'V1lF7'flL and O7'f711L'1l11l Tlzcafcrs Qllmx QA-uf T ffl .Q 4177?ff7..,"Lf"A4"1 C0 we 5:2 XXXV ncommon Dignit ----in this Dental Cabinet No. 95 brings into an oflice its full quota of dignity. In design it is a happy harmonizing of utility and unobtrusive dignity. There is a "place for everything"-and the efficiently planned drawers of this cabinet encourage good dental Hhousekeepingf' Finish is mahogany, oak or P gray enamel. DIMENSIONS I Height over all, 64-M inchesg width, 30 inchesg height of work- top, 48 inchesg depth, 15M A inches. Shipping weight, 375 pounds. W1'ite for catalog completely describing this and other "Amer- ican" cabinets. Uur goods can be combined - with Chair, Engine, Cuspidor or other furniture and sold on one ' contract on easy payrnents ,Ei , gi 'NU 2 N g No. 95 Patent applied for The American abinet Company Two Rivers, Wisconsin XXXVI U. S. Food Administration License No. G-ZOOI5 Telephone Central 5880 A. E. GILBERC and CO. CANNED FOOD PRODUCTS ' COFFEES - TEAS GROCERS' SPECIALTIES Pure Fruit Pure Fruit Jams C. R. TILLY, RCfft?.Yl'lIfU'fiT'C Jellies 229 North State Street CHICAGO YOU MEN CAN CET GOOD CLOTHE .C AT FINSTERWALDS Cor. MONROE and RANDOLPH - DETROIT 4l6 SUMMIT STREET - - - TOLEDO XXXVII Phone 353-Fl Established I 869 OSWALD A. HERZ Your Decorator 5'Q ev Gif , A f frfql F H2 W. Washington St. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN XXXVIII ERVICE Volumes have been written about efficiency- -the proper preparation for one's life work -faithful attention to details -integrity of purpose -the ability to go on and overcome obstacles -the importance of being in earnest -the right idea of brotherhood -and a thousa-nd and one things that bear on daily and business life- BUT - -the greatest of all of these is SERVICE. Service today means a true appreciation of the square deal in business-doing unto others as you would be done by-giving service not only to customers, but to every employee as well- -so that is why SERVICE is the slogan of the Hudson Store in season and out of season, day after day, month after month and year after year. 7712 J. L. Hudson Company DETROIT XXXIX STUDENTS Our Photographs Must Please You Portpraits Quality . .by I I PHOTOGRAPHY Courteous Treatment Prompt Service Studio 619 A Phone East Liberty 604W XL A full line of Cutlery and flashlights, Alarm Clocks, Shaving Outfits, Elec- tric Grills, Electric Irons, Desk Lamps. Special Copper and Brass Apparatus for laboratories made to order. JNO. C. FISCHER CO. Up-to-the-Minute Hardware Washington near Main St. O Main near Washington St 'X A E t t MWW5 6a Announce the Summer Showing of SPORT and AFTERNOON APPAREL including HATS, FOOTWEAR, DRESSES, SKIRTS, BLOUSES and WRAPS XLI Like Real Lace to a Beautiful Gown on 3 I C E C R E A IVI Adds the Final Touch of Elegance to Any Menu It is more than a mere refreshment. It is a substantial, satisfying dish for the family meals at any time. XLII GEORGE BISGHOI' Florist CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND PLANTS 220 CI-IAPIN STREET ANN ARBOR, Mlcl-1. Telephone Number 809-F-I Calkms ' THREE DRUG STORES Drug Co. Better than the average. and placed where students can find them. Let us supply your wants. 324 S. State Sr. E. Bl S. University Ave. 7I I Packard St. KOCH 8z HENNE FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS LIN OLEUM TRUNKS BAGS VACUUM CLEANERS 300-302-304 S. Main .St. ANN ARBOR - MICHIGAN If You choose your-Clothes at 1 .I n 1 wr HUME'l7F F145Hll7N they're sure to be Right JF JF ,sep .95 ,fl A' Apparel for Women and Children XLIII P IVI I275 ART. MARQUARDT HM MN T1 The H. F. Osborne Co al'0r Importers and Wholesalers SI'lOWIHg of Sprlflg China, Earthenware. Glassware. Silverware, Housewares. Lighting Goods, Novelties, Hotel and Restaurant Kitchen Equipment Complete Outfits Furnishings for Men 606 E. Liberty St. for Serve-Self Cafeterias 7I-73-75 JEFFERSON AVE. DETROIT, Mic:-i D. E. WHITE'S STUDIO 110 E. Huron St. ANN ARBOR, MICH. FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. PORTRAITS and FRAMES FOR SERVICE A. F. DETTLING Phone 2195-R III9 S. UNIVERSITY AVE. TAILORING, DRY CLEAN- ING AND PRESSING HEATING PLUMBING HUTZEL 81 COMPANY 119 East Washington Phone 4 ENGINEERS CONTRACTORS O R E N i S f"Eals" of Quality", Regular Meals fticketsj Canoe Lunches Sandwiches and Desserts Fruits and Candies Cream WaHIes Cigars and Cigarettes Ice Cream and Soft Drinks 1121 South University Ave. XLIV CURTAINS NET, VOILE AND MARQUESETTE CURTAINS CURTAIN SHOP PHMMMXMMUCQ Phone 2380 301 N. Main St. "The Home of Michigan Music" lilniirnrsiig jmusir giinuse Hhs. 59111. QRuut lilll-EIZI5 ZlE215t Qlmillizuu Sh-rr! Linn Qsrlvnr, iiliirliigzxxx Publishers of Hu: Micliigan Song Book The Jamey F offer Home Qf Art TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM CONFECTIONERY AND HOT LUNCHES 338 Maynard St. fljhone l50J Af 4 1 t 5 I 1 The woi'ld's most talkative i3Z11'bCl', l'czz'5 shop is all XVZISIIICIIEIWJS harbor, NVith coons, rabbit hounds, straying loose on the grounds Tl1ei'e's no wiider place in Ann Arbor. XLV E. ' X c Xxx X Cu-Aw! W J ,A 633 f , f . ,K I X .l4l?. I: t f at" , - 1 f , X f w Q? . x fu, x - A, .li Sugclen 4 E' D rug J. L. C'HAPMAN SODA S AffWELER. PURE DRUGS n Oplometrxst PRESCRIPTIONS FOR RELIABILITY And SATISFACTION I State Street I I3 South Main Street Sleep any place -Anbut EXCLUSIVE U Z eat at U ODORLESS 1 'i'1'l"9 . N , . ENERc11vE Rex S CLEANERS f A We Lunch CLEANING-PREss1Nc.-REPAIRING Arbor Street 209 S 4 h A Phone 2508 C. H. HECK 8z SON WHOLESALE AND RETAIL COAL AND COKE . Ann Arbor - - Michigan Phone 1 63 Xl VI Schumann-Hotzel Bakery MANUFACTURERS OF THE HIGHEST GRADE BAKED GOODS Collage Bread a Specialty 219 North Main Street Phone 790-M THE STORE Wimere HOME NEEDS . SURGICAL DRESSINGS AND SUPPLIES and YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS Receive First Attention QUARRY DRUG C0.'S PRESCRIPTION STORE - Phone 308 rfffff 292105 IAII M Rox of chocolates is the best souvenir of M,lcf1l1c:.xN. Ordvrs taken by mail. Blighty ANN Alumlt, NIICII. Q ' Um..r.2l'11'.n..3l..,l.,.,, I f f S i L 0 N ' i I iiri 'Q , K R f Measuring Tapes and Rules Q 2 ACCURATE-RELIABLE ALL WAYS if I A I Distinctive in Quality-The Very Best in 100 Lnlnyctte Stre t SAGINAW, MICH. New YORK BILLIARDS BOWLING HUSTO BROS. "ll'cr fry to irmt you right" . CIGARS PIPES CANDIES XLVII American Cabinet Co. Anclres, S. C. . . fxllll Arbor Dairy Co. . ixllll Arbor Press . . Ann Arbor Savings Bank Bischoff, George . . Blighty .... Blu Maize Blossom Shop Boyer-Campbell Co. . H1-ooks Bros. . . . Burr-Patterson Co. . Busy Bee . ., . Calkins Drug Co. . Chapman, I. L. . . . Connor Ice Cream Co. Derr Studio .... Detroit, jackson 81 Chicago Dettling, A. F-. . . . l311S:1:11', Il. D. . . . lfconomy Hailer Co. . . Farmers and Mecha11ics Ba Fi11sterwald's Clothing Co. . Fischer, jno. C. Co. Flattery, Thomas J. . Foster, James . . . Gilberg, A. E. and Co. . Gl'8llHm,S Book Stores . Grey Shop .... Gumser's Art Store . Haller and Fuller . . Heck, C. H. and Son . Herz, Oswald A. . . Hofmann and Klix Co. . Holland Furnace Co. . Holland Rusk Co. . . Hudson, J. L. Co. . Huston Bros. . . H1utzel's . . . Hutzel and Company . Ihling Bros. Iive1':11'cl Co. . Index to Advertisers . XXXVI . XXVI1 . XXIX XXII XXV . XLIII . XLVI1 . IX XXI1 . . V11 . XXX1 . XXXII . XLIII . XLVI . XLII . xxvu Ry XVIH . . XLIV V1 . XXX1 im . xvn1 .xxxvu . . XLI . IV . . XLV . XXXVI1 . . XII .IX .V1 . . XV1 . XLV1 XXXVIII . XXXIV . XXI . VII . XXXIX . XLVII . XLIII . XLIV . XV Jahn and Ollier Koch and HCIIIIC Kyer and VVl1itker . Lulkin Rule Co. . Lyndon and Co. . Mack and Company Marquardt, Art . Mayer-Schairer Co. Mehring and Hanson Millard, Sid . . Morrill, O. D. . . . Newcomb-Enclicolt Co. . Ore11, Glen . . . Osborne, I-I. F. . . Pilheam and Marz Co, . Quarry Drug Co. . Randall Studio . . . . Rentschler's Studio . Rcx's Club Lunch . . Ritter Dental Mfg. Co. . Roehm, Edward R. . . Schuman-Hotzel Bakery Spedding's Studio . . Strelinger, Chas. A. . . Sugden Drug Co. . . . Swain ....., Swiss Garment Cleaning Co. 'l'uttle's Lunch Room . University Music House Van Alle11, E. . . . VVahr, George . . . Weinmann-Geisendorfer Co. White, D. Studio . . White, S. S. Dental Mfg. Co. . Windisch, Wm. C. . . . Wright, Kay and Co. . . Wuerth, I. F. Co. . -. XLVIII . XIV XLIII X . 1 XLVI1 . XIX . XLI XLIV XVI XXX XLIV XXIV . III XLIV XLIV . XLV XLVI1 . X1 . XVII XLV1 XXVII1 V XLVI1 . XL . X XLV1 XXIX XLV1 . XLV . XLV XXI1 XIX VII1 XLIV XXXII! XXVI . Il XXXV USIN ESS DIRECTORY OF DETROIT A AIlI'0lT NTANTS THOMAS H. EVANS, 2010 Dime Bank Bldg., Cherry 4071. Certlded Public Accountant, Member of American Institute of Accountants. IIANVKINS GIES Q COMPANY, Majestic Bldg. Cer- tltled Public Accountants, Detroit. JOHN A. MeDONALD SL CO., 570-2 Penobscot Bldg., Cherry 1538. Puhllm- Accountants. SMITH McKAY 8: CO., 824 Ford Bldg., Cherry 5255: Puhllc Accountants. Davld Smlth, Certlhed Public Accountant. ROBT. I.. TURNER K: CO., 850 Hook Bldg., Main 3840. ' ADDING MACHINE I BUILROUGI-IS ADDING MACHINE CO., 2nd and Burroughs, Northway 2200, ADDRESSING AND MULTIGRAPIIING MERCER D. LINTON, 135 Farmer St., Main 580. ADVERTISING AGENTS AND AGENCIES BROOKE SMITH K: FRENCH INC., 1-ith Floor Kresge Bldg., Cherry 1402. AGRICULTURAL I M PLEM EN TS INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. OF AMERICA 07 Vermont. IVest 2073. AIR IVASIIERS TI-IE ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONING CORP., 423 Dime Bank Bldg., Cherry 3670. ALUMINUM, BRASS AND BRONZE CASTING-S COLUMBIA CASTINGS CO., Ferdinand tk Wabash R. R., West 2171, Cedar 1500. PENINSULAR SMELTING Sz REFINING CO., 1385 IVest Jefferson Ave., Cedar 2700. ARCII SUPPORTS .IOHNANESEN ROOF CO., 10-I NVQ-st Adams, Cor. Cass, Cadillac 2037. ARTIFICIAL LI MBS GEORGE L. HAR'I'I+'ORD,- 28 Montrnlm 1Vest Cherry 5781. Expert Repairing. MAR'l'lN-HALSTED CO., 40 Nvoodward Ave., Cherry 518. Artlhclal Arms and Legs. Trnssrs. Elastic Hosiery and Abdominal Supporters. ASBESTOS GOODS S. I'. CONKLING, 09 .Tefferson Ave., Cadillac 4507. Tl-IE CAREY COMPANY, 17 Jefferson Ave., Main 0202. Pipe and Boller Covering, Paper and Mill Board, Packlng and Gaskets. IVe furnish Ex- pert NVorkmen for Applleatlon. AIYNINGS THE JOHN .IOI-IXSON CO.. 320 Gratiot Ave., Main 3105. BALL BEARINGS MICHIGAN BEARINGS CO., 805 Woodward Ave., Glendale 5034. Ball Bearings, Roller Bearings, Steel Bearings. BARBER SUPPLIES AND SIIAVING MATERIALS E. J. JAHN 8 CO., 70-74 Grand River, Cherry 4402. J. A. VONIER. 200 Gratiot Ave., Main 6387. IJ. P. BROWN CO., 00-0-I Park Pl., Main 2400. A. NEILL CANFIELD 8: CO., 1023 Dlme Bank Bldg., Cherry 3740. Representlng Hewitt Rub- ber Co., Metric Packing Co., Bonner .Q Barne- wall, Inc. BEDDING IVOLVERINE BEDDING CO., 55 Illlnois Ave., Itiel- rose 4028. BOXES f'Allll.l.AC t'lGAll .BOX CO., 1011 St. Aubln Avo., Melrose 135. MUMANN-CARPENTER Box Co.. 528 Fifth St.. off Peterbore. Boxes Second-Hand, All Sizes. Glen- dale 5000. BOTTLERS COLUMBIA llO'I"I'I.lNG CO., 355 BCHIIDOID St., Main 3842. BOND AND STOCK CERTIFICATE ENU-RAVERS COLUMBIA BANK NOTE COMPANY, 1060 Book Bldg., Cherry ll0l., John Gordon, Jr. Mgr. ' 1xoo1mINm1:ns SUCKERT LOOSE LEAF COVER CO., 72 Lnrned West. Maln 1543. BRASS COMMONWEALTH BRASS CORP.. Speelallzlng in Brass Flttlngs for Automobiles, ,Tractors, Gas Emzlnes. Commonwealth Ave. and G. T. RY.. Northway 2210. SHERIVOOD BRASS IVORKS, Brass Founders and Flnlslxerz-4, Brass, Bronze, Aluminum, Phosphor Bronze and Manganese Castings. 1107 Jefferson Ave, East. Edgewood 2450. BRONZE MEMORIAL TABLETS 'Fl-IE Mr-COX' BRONZE CO., 611 West Fort, West 873. lltnnufacturors Exclusively of Bronze Tab- lets. Bronze Memorials, Honor Rolls, Name Plates, Etc. We make a specialty of fraternity emblems. plates marking for Frat Houses. BUILDERS AR'I' STIICUO MA'l'ElllAI. CO., 1350 Oakland Ave., 1Vcst 864. I-I. .l'. BARBER, 830 Nvaterloo, Edgewood 2359. Builder of all lclnds of Garages. Specialty of guaranteed Asbestos, Stucco. J. D. KENNEDY K: CO., 732 Dlme Bank Bldg., Main 2304. A. Sz VV. COOPER, 1318 Gratiot Ave., Melrose. 4542. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES THOMAS BROS. k CO.. -100 En1l'll"3 0085. Bldg., Cherry FARPETS AND RUGS C. A. FINSTERIVALD CO., House of Llnoleums and Draperies. 321 VVoodward Ave., Cadillac 830. CARPET CLEANING GRANI1 CARPET CLEANING CO. Rates 2511, lower than most Cleaners. 180 Catherine St., Cadil- lam' 1852. Ivllton Rugs. CARTAGE BITNTING CARTAGE CO., Garage 133 Stanley Ave., Northway -1038. CASII REGISTERS VASI-l REGISTER SERVICE STATION, 77 East Adams, Maln 3858. l'nE'l'ROI'1' USED CASH REGISTER CO., 06 Broad- way, Cadlllae 5112. CIIIROPODISTS G. A. BENEDICH, 24-t WVoodward Ave., Room 804, Cherry 5700. Exclusive Hair Dressing Parlor and Expert Chlropodlsts. Appointments made. J. FRANCES MARTIN, 004 Xvashlngton Arcade, Cadillac 5810. GEO. L. RIEGEI., 00 Madison Ave.. Cherry 5376. CHEMICALS PARK CHEMICAL CO., 20-35 Lovett, Walnut 4481. J. N. Bourg, Vlce-Pres.. J. VV. Robinson, Metallur- glst. CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYING WARNER Q WARNER, 200-208 New Telegraph Bldg.. Cadillac 5118. CIGARS AND TOBACCO-RETAIL AND SVIIOLE- SALE R. ALOSH, 100 St. Antoine, Cadlllac 2405. CHAFFEE'S INC., 2807 NVoodward Ave., Hemlock 3772. GREEK AMERICAN CIGAR CO., 107 Monroe, Cher- ry 1133. Cadillac 3024. HARRY W. WATSON CO., Jefferson, Cor, Wood- ward, Cherry 2041. Wholesale Cigars. Durand, Planco, Pastorla, Mllala. CLEANERS AMER WINDOW CLEANING CO., 145 Jefferson Ave. East, Main 2033, Cherry 0271. BROWN. CLEANER AND DYER, 257-03 Oakland Ave.. Northway 1001. EMPIRE CLEANERS AND DYERS, 450 Concord Ave., Edgewood 1058. IMLAY'S GARMENT CLEANING AND, 433-5 Grand Rlver Ave., Glendale 4473. V JACOBY DRY CLEANERS, 10 Custer. Northway 3033. MITCI-IELL'S LAKESIDE CLEANERS AND DYERS, 2418 Jefferson East. PARIS CLEANERS AND DYERS, 1018-20-22 Grand River, Walnut 0. CLOTHING S. L. BIRD, 105-175 Woodward Ave., Main 1031. I-Iats, Shoes, Furnishings for men and boys. Wo- men's Footwear and Hosiery. E. M. BIGSBY, 10 Bagley Ave., Maln 1200. E. R. BOWIE CO., 1504 Woodward Ave., Market 1072. Men's Apparel. GOULD BROTHERS, 334 Gratlot Ave., T1-IE GRAND LEADER, 1,41 Michigan, JACOBS 8.: COVITZ, 105 Mlehlgan, 428-R. JOHNS CLOTHES SI-IOP. 171 Griswold, Cherry 5205 SAM'S PLACE, 57 Brush, Cherry 1033-R. Overalls, VVork Shlrts and everything to wear work at any trade. SCHIMTZ 8: SI-IOODER. 53-57 Farmer St., Cherry -2408-00. Outhtters for Men and Boys. N. SWERENSKY, 307 Mlehlgan Ave., Cherry 6504. TRIANGLE CLOTHING SIIOP, 101 Michigan Ave., Cherry 2172. b CLUBS AND SOCIETIES INDUSTRIAL VVOMEN SER. CENTER, 2431 East Grand Blvd.. Melrose 1745. Of the Young Wo- men's Christian Assorlatlon. STEAMFITTERS' PROTECTIVE ASSN., 23 Monroe, Temple Bldg.. Cherry 2040. WAYNE COUNTY CIVIC ASSN., 228 Broadway Mkt. Bldg., Cadillac 1030. YOUNG MEN'S ORDER, 25 Mt. Elliot, Glendale 7008. UNITED BOOKINGQASSOCIATION. 188 Randolph. Cherry 5825. Illgh-r-lass talent furnlshed for Clubs, Lodges, Smoker Banquets, Dinner Part- les. etc. . COAL AND BUILDERS' SUPPLIES J. CALVERT .Q SONS. 5-0 McGraw Bldg., Cherry 3710. CENTRAL COAL UO., 202 Hastings, Cadillac 4085. I. E. JOZEFLAK, -ll Council Ave. K M. C. R. R.. Hamtramck, Mich. 007 Mcdbury Ave... opp. St. Stanislaus Church, Detroit, North 318, Ridge 786. ALFRED J. OSMULSKL' 252 Hammond and P. M. R. R. Walnut 3030. WAYNE FUEL S.: FEED CO., 340-307 Buchanan, DYING. Cherry V375. Main 420. Ave., Cherry for men who Walnut 100. CONFECTIONERS LOUIS P. BRANDAU, 2133 East Jel1'erson, Illckory 148. M. J. CAMPBELL, 2554 Jefferson, Hickory 1500. PAUL LE MAY, 151 Regular, Cedar 2315. J. L. MARCERO .Q CO., 77-70 Jefferson Ave-. Main 3750. W. J RAPIN, 1705 Grand River, Garfield 770. L. WV. YOUNG, 073 Chene St., Melrose 3350-XV. CONTRACTORS YV. H. ANDERSON TOOL S: SUPPLY CO.. 184 Brush, Cherry 5700. Cl-IAS. C. CARTER, 112 Madison, Cadillac 1552. Fire Appraisals and Repalrs. DULUT1-I-SUPERIOR DRDG. CO., 1715 Ford Bldg., Cherry 0525. Tl-IE LIBERTY TILE Q MOSAIC CO., 120 Cass Ave., Cherry 4122. JOHN ll. HOPPIN, -lth Floor Penobscot Bldg., Cherry 5040. KRIEGI-IOFIP CO., 1187 Bellevue. Melrose 4010. THOMAS KING, 505 Dime Bank Bldg., Cherry 3850. P. H. LORENZ, 520 Woodward Ave.. Cadillac 1371. LAKEWOOD ENGINEERING CO.. 1401 David NVhit- ncy Bldg., Cherry 755. M. A. MAI-IONEY, 400 Penobscot Bldg., Market 1040: Cherry 5040. General Contractor: Estimates Given. Also carry :L crew for Jobblng and Alter- ations. HENRY C. MALOXM 8: SON, 11.15 Meldrum. Mel- rose 244. JOHN A. PACK CO., 823 Dime Bank Bldg., Main 1030. Bulldlng Construction. SOUTHWICK POM. CO., INC., Lincoln 1073. Gen- eral bulldlng contractors, Carpenter work, In- terior NVood, Trim Mlll Work, Jobblng, All Trades. T. E. WALTERS CO., 400 Free Press Bldg., Main 4442. Contracting Eglneers. 'COVERS QCANVASJ THE JOHN JOI-INSONACO., 302 Gratiot Ave., Main 3105. COFFEE ROASTERS JOHN E. KING COFFEE CO.. 220 East Jefferson, Main 2070. CREAMERY BEATRICE CREAMERY CO., 480 Howard, NVest 2400. DANCING ARCAIJIA, 515 NVoodward Ave., Glendale 4587. FAIRVIEW SCHOOL FOR DANCING, 2524 East Jefferson, Hickory 1082. DETECTIVE AGENCY O'NElL SECRET SERVICE, 430 Book Bldg., Cherry 2773. DIAMONDS INDUSTRIAL DIAMOND SETTING CO., 58 Cadillac Square, Cherry 2804. Industrial Diamonds and Dlamond Tools for every Mechanical purpose. WHEEL TRUEING TOOL CO.. 2130 Penobscot Bldg., Cherry 3441-40. Direct Importers of Industrial Diamonds, Mfgrs. Diamond Pointed Tools. DlSTR1l!l"I'0R STORAGE BATTERIES FRANK S. NVRJGI-l'I', l3S4 Grand River, 1Valnut 1350. DRUGS CHARLES HEHLING, 1705 Michigan, Walnut 2027. NVILLIAM BLESSING, 1281. Harper Ave., Melrose 4140. I". A. CALLAN DRUG CO., 230 Randolph, Cadillac 5205. Greenwood K: Canfield, Always cut Rate, Open all n'1ght. C. R. COWE, 1070 Kerchevul, Hickory 1021-2344. DOHANY DRUG CO., 084 Mlchlgan, Glendale 0423. H. L. EASTMAN-ARCHIE PEASLEY, 1354 Nvood- ward Ave., Northway 301. EARLY DRUG, 1470414 Avcf. Xvalnut 4243. BUZZEL tk FOSTER, 2000-3004-3342 Woodward Ave., Hemlock 2405. HOWARD ST. PHARMACY, 1.04 Howard St., Cherry 1020. I-IENNING PHARMACY, 007--3rd Ave., Glendale 507. HARVEY A. 1-IALL, 712 Trumbull Ave., Glendale 80. J. J. HAYES. 227 Porter Avc.. Cherry 0075. N. H. JONES, 2081 Grand River, Gardeld 1047. LAVV 8: LEE, 408 Hurlbut, Hlckory 2380. J. E. MCDONALD CO. PHARMACY, 1340 East Lafayette, Edgewood 1714. 541 East Lafayette, Edgewood 360. NASH'S PHARMACY, 1266-2355. PARKE DAVIS 8: CO., 734 East Atwater, Edgewood 880. PERRIN'S DRUG CO., 1876 Grand Rlver, Garfield 1493. J. E. RICHARDSON, E. G. ROBERTS, 410 8.: FUNKE, 1481 East Grand Blvd., Lincoln ALESEFI' G. RIESTERER, 484 Cass Ave., Cherry d n 3250 Jeflerson Enst, Hickory 1640 Harper, Llncoln 1063. Crane Ave., Hickory 1335. SMITH'S PHARMACY, 033 East Lafayette, Edge- wood 1324. S1VIFT'S DRUG STORE, 1061 East Lafayette, Edge- wood 30. C. P. SMITH, 1306 Oakman, Hemlock 116. STRAND PHARMACY. 2030 East Grand Blvd., Market 2510. WARDENS PHARMACY, :ns Lothrop, walnut 705, A. P. YOUNG PHARMACY, 143 Grand River, DRY GOODS JOILJIE1 ANTEZAK, 1560-02 Mlchlgan, Walnut HARTNER 8: SCI-IONEMAN,'2586 East Jefferson, Hickory 1006-4'W. 1-IAMTRAMACK DRY GOODS CO.. 1873-75 Jos. Camnau. Northway 5725. NEWCOMB-ENDICOTT Co.. 100-200, Woodward Ave.. Maln 3540. Cherry 026. ELECTRICAL SAFETY DEVICES SQUARE D. CO., 1-100 Rlvard, Market -100. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES ME'l'ROPOLlTAN EMPLOYMENT BUREAU, 21 East 'Fort St., Cherry 4031. THE DAISY B. MILLER AGENCY, 525-526-527 Chamber of Commerce, Maln 3277-3278-3270. URBAN LEAGUE, 297 St. Antoine, Cherry 1325. MRS. T. H. WATT, 86 Garfield, Glendale 2002. Reliable Help and Posltlons furnished Private famllles only. EMPLOYERS PERSONAL SERVICE, 611 Congress Bldg., Maln 154. High Grade Posltlons Oflice Executive Technical. ENGINES THE FAIRBANKS CO., 47-40 East Fort St., Main 3015. Mfgs. and .Distributors of Muchanlcal Equipment. EXPRESSING 8 TRUCKING PARKER EXPRESS CO.. 252 Holden St.. 256 Ferry Nvest.. Northway 2477-1002-XV. Baggage to and from all Depots a. Sneclallty. FLAGS THE JOHN JOHNSON CO., 362 Gratiot Avo., Main 3105. FLORISTS BEARD FLORAL Co.. 1617 Grand River, Walnut 1637. The only Florlst Establishment ln Detroit conducted by a Michigan Graduate. FETTER FLOWERS, 1635 Woodward Ave.. 17 Adams East., Market 2688 tk Main 1265. F HOLSNAGLE, 2770 Woodward Ave. Hemlock 00. Members of the Florist Telegraph Assocla- tion. LEWIS MAIRE, 2000 East Jefferson Ave., Hickory 41.01. MIESEL BROS.. 810 St. Clair. Hickory 575. MICHIGAN CUT FLOWER EXCHANGE, 264-266 Randolph St., Cadillac 2742. F. SHNEIDER'S SONS, 335 Linwood Ave., Walnut 3648. Potted Plants, Funeral Designs, Cut FUEL . H. C. NICHOLSON, Commonwealth 8: G. T. R. R. Northway 151-152. -GROCERS AILLO BROS, 201 Orleans, Cherry 8630. JAS. ATHANSON, 541 Gladwln, Hickory 2071. Flowers. ALUIA SL CORRADO, 231 Jos. Campau, Edgewood 221-W. - E. BAUMILLER, 006 Frederick, Melrose 2904-W. ob SONS, 404 Jos. Campau, Edgewood .FO'g5aS WG. CONTOMINIO, 102 HASTIINGS. Cherry NVALTER FILIP, 167 Clcotte, NValnut 3623. GUDENAU BROS. 1087 Mack. Llncoln 203-NV. NICHOLS KARL 302 Cooper, Llncoln 40T-W. J. KIESAS, 163 Macomb, Cedar 4408. ALBERT KUKHAHN 2671 Fort St., 1Vest., Cedar 1465-WV. MARLEY KREFMAN, 144-1 Michigan, Walnut 4382-R. . MAX LEPLER, 440 Theodore St., Northway 700-R. PETER LAPIDUS, 706 Rlvard, Melrose 3580 W. Main 4054. JOHN LAFATH. 206 Rivard, Cherry 7-180-XV. FRANK MUNESO, 746 Fort St., East., Edgewood -114-R. LOUIS MESSRY, 387 Grand River, Glendale 3073. ASSOR MALCOON, 144 3rd St., Cherry 4383-W. Full llno of Fancy S.: Staple Grocerlus. Fresh Southern Fruit IQ Vegetables. TENVFIK NUSSER, 2514 Mack Ave., Hickory 4780-R. FRANK RECITTI, 37 Mack Ave., Melrose 4506-R. JOE POLLINA, 222 Orleans, Cherry 2865-W. POLK BROS., 530 Oakland, Northway 2531-W. JOSEPH RATKOWSKY, 865 Llvernols, Walnut 3221. ROSENSTEIN X: NVE1NER,- 1038 Jos. Campau, Northway 5224-NV. SILVER BROS., 280 Beaubine, Cherry 1003-W. I. G. SILVERMAN, 750 McDougall, Melrose 4052-W. CASIMERAR SOBCZYNSKI, 1200 Hastings, North- way 1406-R. STANLEY SIGIEL, 117 Newton, Melrose 2510-NV.. SOLOMON BROS., 1354 Oakman Blvd., Hemlock 4738-W. YEE CHONG YUNG, 103 Third, Cadillac 1807. I-IAIR DRESSERS T1-IE BEATRICE BEAUTY SHOP, 12-14 Wltherell Ave., Cherry 2008. FERRY FIELD Sl-IOP, Grand River 8: Boulevard, Garfield 032. MARGARET KING, 207 Fine Arts Bldg., Cherry 787. MARGARET G. McLOREY, 435 Woodward Ave., Room 206. Cherry 2872. ' THE VOGUE HAIR SHOP, 605 Vvashington Arcade, Cherry 1060. ' ' MOOR'S HAIR SI-IOP. 244 Woodward Ave., 602-3 Slxth Floor. Main 3208. HATS 85 IIABERDASHERY 4 THOMAS J. FLATTERY INC.. 72-74 Nvashlngton Blvd., Cherry 7228. IMPORTERS THE S. F. BERGER CO., 36 West Adams Ave., Cherry 2277. Excluslve Gowns. Coats, Suits. Street Frocks, Mllllnery and Furs. INSURANCE AMERICAN INDEMITY CO.. 717-18 Farwell Bldg-. Main 4707. Q. F. BURKE, 001 Dlx Ave.. Cedar 157. U CREDIJ 8: CO., 703-04 Ford Bldg., Main 1J.l6. In- surance Brokers. , SAMUEL CRAVVFORD, 803 Dllne Bank Bldg., Chcrly 600. EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE, 504 Unlon Trust Bldg., Cadillac 440. GENERAL CAsUAI.1'rY .e SURETY CO.. 001 Vinton Bldg., Cadlllac 3301. -f JOHN HANCOCK MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO., 51.2- 520 Majestic Bldg.. Main 2083. INTER STATE FIRE INS. CO., 110 West Fort., Cadillac 660. INTER OCEAN CASUALTY Co.. ,503 Dlmo Bank Bldg., Main 180. Health 8: Accident Insurance deslgned especially for Business k Professlonal Men and Women. Chas. F. Sullivan, Gen. Mgr. JOHNSON Rn HIGGINS. 001 Real Estate Bldg.. Cadlllac 3853-4486. . HENRY KEMP. 010 Hammond Bldg.. Maln -1401. J. L. KRIMMELL, 1210 Ford Bldg., Cherry 35. General Insurance Surety Bonds. Tl-Il-I MASH.-X'I"l'AN LIFE INS. CO.. OF NENV YORK, 503 llime Bank Bldg., Main 180. 70 years Faithful Servlcs and Low Rates. RUE INSURANSE AGENCY, 737-733-730 Dlme Bank Bldg., Main 2872. Automobile, Public Llablllty, Teams. Fire, Life, Plate Glass, Compensation, Surety Bonds. JOHN WINTER 8: CO., 1208 Chamber of Commerce, Main 4804. INTERIOR DECORATING ANIJIKEW DUTTON CO., 63 Jel'l'erson Ave., Maln 4165. Upholsterers supplles and Automobile Top Materials. Cadlllac. 6720. JANITOR SUPPLIES OVIIOLESALED BOCKSTANZ BROS., 81 Park Place, Main 631. JEIVELERS GOLDSMITHS 8: SILVERSMITI-IS INC., Book Bldg., Washlngton Blvd., The Gorham Shop, Maln 446-7. MILLER, THE JEWELER, 351 YVoodward Ave., Maln 1234. MORRIS XVEISS, 220-I VVest Jefferson, Cedar 556-NV. XVEYI-ILING BROS, MFG. CO., 237 VVoodward Ave., Main 2454. Makers of Class Plns 8 Rings, Medals 8: Badges, Fraternity Mountlngs. LAUNRDY FEDEHAI. LAUNDRY, 3rd .Q Elizabeth St., Cadillac 240. NATIONAL VVET XVASH LAUNDRY,'105-07 Farns- worth, Market 2257. One Day Servlce. LAUNDRY MACHINERY DETROIT LAUNDRY MACHINERY S.: SUPPLY CO. 224-258 21st, St., West 358-0. NVashers, Ex- tractors, Drying Tumblers, Ironers, Soap Starch, Cotton and NVool Goods. LOANS AMERICAN LOAN k TRUST CO., 73-75 Griswold, Maln 2325. , GEllSON'S LOAN OFFICE, 101 Gratiot Ave., Main 668. Detrolt's Leading Brokers. LUMBER , THE BILOVVNSLEE CO., River Rouge, Cedar 818. Wholesale Lumber Co., NV. E. Brownslee-'PRES THE CROTSER LUMBER Q FUEL CO., 2701 Grand Rlver, Gardeld 72-73. JOHN M. DIVER LUMBER CO., 310 Hammond Bldg.. Main 415, Cherry 5310. Wholesale Lum- ber Dealers. F. G. Brown-llfgr. J. MQSIJARLE LUMBER CO., 1150 1Vn.bash, Walnut U . GRACE HARBOUR LUMBER CO., Mack 8: Belt Line, West End Blvd., Greenwood S.: Holden, Russel k Woodward, Mack Sc Detroit Tunnel. Melrose 218. , I'l'. NV. HANDING IJUMBER CO., Cor. I-Iamllton Blvd. Q Midland Ave., Hemlock 1040. HUDSON LUMBER CO., East Yard 2167 Mack Ave., -I-llckory 2100. North Yard Palmer Blvd.. nk: Grandy, Hemlock -1070. YV. F. HURIP CO., 200 Campbell Ave., Cedar 466. Interior Finish, Sash SL Doors. KUEHL--BUTI-ICER LUMBER CO.. 117 12th St., West 800. Box Manufacturers. CHAS. W. LEECH LUMBER CO.. 1240 Michigan Ave., West 110. LILLIHILIDGE LUMBER CO.. 642-658 Grand River Ave., Glendale 630. Mr. A. Cooper, Gen. Mgr. WV. A. C. MILLER, 1080 Vlnewood Ave., Walnut 82. Omoo Yard dk Mill. MOWBRAY S: ROBINSON CO., 2401 Fort St.. YVest., Cedar 1360-70. GEORGE I. McCLURE, Clark k Blumer Ave., SL M. C. R. R. West 1342-1360. Kiln Dried Hard- wood Lumber. . AUGUST PASCHKE SONS, 1345 Bellevue Ave., Lincoln 718. Interior finish lath Sz shlnglen. RESTRICK LUMBER CO., West Slde Yard-'Vlne- wood 8: W. Grand Blvd., West 500 East Slde Yard-Russel dz East Grand Blvd., Northway 8. Downtown Yard. Brewster 8: Beaubien. Cadll- lac 4851. J. P. SCRANTON LUMBER CO., 300420 Beautalt, EdK0W0Qd 1615-5. Hardwood Lumber, Scranton Trevor, Sect'y Treas. THE TALBOT LUMBER S: COAL CO., 1185 Trum- hull Ave., Northway 62. I SITEWELL-RUI-ILMAN LUMBER CO.. 30-I Owen Bldg., Maln 326, NVholesale. WOLVERINE LUMBER CO., OF DETROIT. Olnce k Yard, 162 Amsterdam, Northway 2887. MACHINERY GEO. N. BAKER CO., 25 Milwaukee Ave.. East. Metal Kp Woodworking Machinery. Market 763. MANUFACTURERS GEO, V, HANDLER CO., 1000 East Jefferson, Edge- wood 2862. Flreproof Garages nad Steel Bulld- ings. DETROIT BEDDING CO., C. Hubbard, WVest -123, "Bull Dog" Belt Lacers. GIRB INSTRUMENT CO., 348 Palmer East, Mar- ket 1017. Welding Apparatus. HUGHES GELATINE CO., 37 Flrst, Maln 5458. Gelatino M Glue. LIDGERXVOOD MANUFACTURING CO., Branch Office. 707 Hammond Bldg., Detroit, Mich. Tele- phone Maln 2057. Steam and Electric Hoists, Cableways. Ship Auxlllarles, and Derrlcks. MAY AUUTOMATIC PRODUCTS CO., 28 East Can- fleld, Glendale 7506. MEDICINAL AND TOILET PREPARATIONS NY.-ll. COMPANY, 225 Bellevue Ave.,- Edgewood 3160. MERCHANDISE BROKERS MARSHALL BROS., 08 Jefferson East.. Main 1615. MEN'S FURNISHINGS O. R. McLean, 802 Woodward Ave., Near Forest, Glendale 7003. MILK CONDENSING MACHINERY C. E. ROGERS, 200-225 NVitt Ave., Cedar 1351. MILLINERY BURVOI HAT SHOP IFEAN HURNSTEINJ. Snlart Hats for your Indlvldual style, latest New Yorlt and Imported Models, 303 David NVhltney Bldg., Cherry 2586. MILL SIIPPLIES AY RUBBER GOODS H. D. EDNVARIDS .Q CO., 16-24 Woodward Ave., Maln 1101. MOVING C. S. BADE, 148 Grand River. Main 2425. A. Duncan 2484 Jefferson Ave., Hickory 2117. IVORY CARTAGE CORP.. 1623 Russell St., North- way 4350. 'DITCOMR BROS.. Lysander 81 Greenwood, Glendale 1053-0. Par-king Sz Shipping. OFFICE FURNITURE GREGORY, MAYER N THOM CO., 10-25 Cadillac Square. Maln 5350. OPTICIANS N OPTICAL GOODS E. B. MEYROWITZ IN. ' Cherry 3460. WOLVERINE OPTICAL CO., 701 Stevens Bldg., Cadillac 212. Plants also Battle Creek. L. GOLDSMITH, 17 John R., LAXVRENCE V. SMITH. 244 1Voodu'ard Arcade, Cherry tometrist. JOHN C. STEPHENS. President. Nelson K. Stand- dart Company, NVashlngton Arcade, Main 1610. ORCHESTRA FINZEIXS OILCHESTRA, 306 Boston 'I-llvd.. Hemlock 772. C., 1.02 NVashington Blvd., at Grand Rapids and Cherry 6430. Woodward Ave., 401 2725. Exclusive Op- OSTEOPATHS .... ...... ...... GLENN R. WHEELER, 52 Bagp: Ave., Cadillac OVENS DETROIT HEATING Ri LIGI-ITING CO.. IVFIKIIC be- tween Leib 8: Mt. Elliott. Edgewood 2050 or 2051. 3004. PAINTING It TRTMMING ALLIGHT CURTAIN COMPANY. 537-89 Fort St., 1'l'est., 1.Vest 1811. New tops, tops recovered, sllp covers and new cushions. wrecked cars re- built M metal humping satisfaction guaranteed. PHOTO STUDIOS THE PHOTO-CRAFT, 218 Grlswold St., Ground Floor, Up to date Portralts Kodaks and Supnlles, Dlstlnctlve Framing. Open 1Ved. ze Sat. tlll 9 l'.M. Cherry 6785. FRANK SCOTT CLARK, 070 Cass Ave., Cor. Put- nam. Northway 1185. CHARLES HOPP UO.. 403 Llggett Bldg., Cadillac 233-I. Photography In all branches on short notlce. Ml1I'1'1tOPOLlTAN MOTION PICTURE CO., of all kinds of Motlon Pictures. 23 Ellzaheth St., East., Main 2804. BURTON E. POSTE, 1021 Mack Ave., Melrose 1783. Artlstlc Photographer. Bring ln the Klddles, their our Specialty. THE STUART STUDIO, 345 Woodward Ave.. Cadil- lac 0008. PIPE AND ROILER COVERING THE JOHN .IOIINSON CO., 302 Gratlot Ave., Main 3105. PLUMBING A. l'IARVEY'S SONS MFG. Co., 28 Flrst St.. Main 5180. Plumbing and Heating Supplies. Detroit, Mich. S. ll. DORGAN. 104 Randolph St.. Maln 1278. Heat- ing Plumbing .Q Electrical Work. McCORMACK PLUMBING SUPPLY CO., 170-181 Baker St.. Cherry 0710. Cadillac 2033. Plumbing goods of all Kinds. 1'oUL'rnY A ALDERSON-HUARD, 403 Rlopclle St., Cadlllac 5527. Poultry, Eggs, Veal G: Hogs. Car Load Recelvers and Jobbers. FALIIQES MARKET CO., 28 Ellzaheth West., Main .1. PRINTERS ADEVARUL PRINTING CO.. 1145 Rlvard, North- way 5502. Printing done In all modern languages. WVhen ln need of any kind of prlntlng ln torelgn languages, call first at our prlntlng, where you wlll get the best and correct prrlntlng ln the language required. JEFFERSON PRINTING CO.. 124 Cass Ave.. Cherry 2801. U. S. PRINTING CO.. 200 Baker, West 075. -Dls- tlnctlve Prlntlng, Quality dk Servlce. "The mall who advertises means buslness." RADIATOR REPAIRING OYYMPIAN RADIATOR REPAIR CO.. New and Second-hand Radlators for sale. Maln Office 114-10 Grand River, Shop 88 Adams St., Cadillac 2330. BUFFALO AUTO RADIATOR 8: FENDER REPAIR. 23 Maple St.. Cherry 5788. Work called for and dellvered. RESTAURANTS .l'. C. CAMPBELL. 227 Russell, Cherry 5200. CADILLAC LUNCH, 37 Mlchlgan, Cherry 1210. A. CORSO 883 Russell, Main 5845. DIXIE CAFE 8: RESTAURANT. 730 Gratiot Ave.. Melrose 5534. ENGLISH COFFEE HOUSE. 60 Grand River. Cherry 8081. FRED F. JARVIS, 1525 Woodward Ave. North- way 4000. , 'IPRONTENAC CAFE, 14 Monroe Ave., Cherry 1060. KAROWAN LUNCH, 182 East Jefferson. Cherry 0038. Mmvmns LUNCH, 1028 East Milwaukee, Melrose F02. NEW ANDREXVS LUNCH, 1514 Chcnc St., Melrose 1740. PRA'l"I'1S BROS., 200 Mlchlgan, Cherry 2711. PALMS RESTAURANT, 308 Grand Rlver. Glendale 2332. ST. LOUIS .LUNCI-I. Il West Congress, Cherry 108-W. SQUARE DEAL LUNCH, 1315 XVoodward Ave.. Northway 800-W. SILVER MOON RESTAURANTS, 304 Brush. Maln 4170. TI-IESEION RESTAURANTS, 108 St. Antoine, Cherry 2130. D ROOFERS FAIRVIEW' SHEET METAL XVORKS, 284 Engle Ave., Hickory 1025. THE HOWIE CO.. INC., 370-374 4th Ave., De- trolt. Mlch. Flreproof Doors, Windows dz Peer- less Skyllghts. Glendale 271. RITBBER STAMPS REGAL RUBBER STAMP CO., Seals, Stencils dc Supplles. 88 Fort St.. XV., Cherry 2575. RUG CLEANING ' m4:'1'1torr srmlxm esarmr CLEANING wonxs, 120 columns.. st., w., Man. 2151., SALT IIIORTON SALT CO.,.Footv Second. Main 1020. SCRAP IRON Rr METAL KEYWELL BROS. IRON METAL CO.. Leland and G. T. R. R. Melrose 330. Scrap Material- Stralght Cars a Specialty. XVe make u. speclalty ot' yearly contracts with factories and country mixed. SAM PRIEST dz CO.. 358 Brewster, Melrose 2075. I.. ZEIGER Rt CO., 1320 Dime Rank Bldg.. Cad- illac 2108. M. NV. ZACK St CO., 515-17 Beaublen. Cadillac- 3745. Buyer Scrap Iron. Smelters and Refiners of all Klnds ot' Metals. O. L. ANDERSON CO.. INC., 727 West Fort St. West 447. Sheet Metal Parts for Automobiles. J. RRODIE Q SON, 7-0 Jones St., Main 3008. Sheet Metal Work ot' all kinds. SIIOIV CASES IIETIIOIT SHOW CASE CO., 472-400 Fort St.. W.. Cherry 6715. SIGNS LEWIS SING CO., Bonded Slgn llungxers, 1028 Mack Ave. MILLIKEN SIGN CO., 310-320 Gratlot Ave., Cherry 2107. Commercial Electric and Painted Display Advertising Signs. SOOT BLOYVERS DIAMOND PONVER SPECIALTY CO., Detroit, Mich. STEEL F. A. CHAPPER IRON WORKS INC., 128-136 Fort St., East, Structural Steel. Maln 538. COLONIAL STEEL CO., 02 Broadway, Cadillac 200. Carbon, Tool and Hlgh Speed. GENERAL MACHINERY 8: IRON VVORKS, INC.. Corner 10th and Plne Sts., Glendale 7740. Struc- tural and Ornamental Steel. TOOLS AND DIES ACCURATE TOOL CO., 570 Franklin. Edgewood 483. Gages. Dies, Fixtures. ART METAL PRODUCTS CO.. 06 Brush, Maln 1781. Designers and Makers of Precise, Intrlcate and Hlgh Grade Dles. Jigs, Fixtures and Gauges Metal Stamping. Herman M. Graul, Pres. TENTS THE JOHN JOHNSON CO., 302.Gratlot Ave.. Mnln 3105. TRAILERS FRUEHAUF TRAILER CO., 1371-7 Gratlot Ave., Melrose 1004-1005. Seml and 4-Xvheel 'l'ypv. TYPEIVRITERS GlBSON'S TYPEWRITER INSPECTION. 100 Grls- wold St., Main 1878. Our Specialty Cleaning and Refining. UNDERTAKERS FRANK BAGNASCO, 201 St. Aubln, Edgewood 558. C. J. BECKER, 1087 I-Iamllton Blvd., Hemlock 5120. RALPH BURGEOIS, 1100 'Mack Ave., Lincoln 2880. COOPER BROS., 1000 Mack Ave., Lincoln 2634. ALFRED E. CROSBY, 2850-58 WVoodward Ave., Highland Park, Mich. Hemtocx 051-000. Nlght Service. Lady Attendant. JOHN E. DEKAY, 800 Kcrchevel, Hickory 545. I-IUGH DREYER, 1477 Gratiot Ave., Lincoln 350. FRQSIK GALLAGHER. sus west Jefferson, cedar GIEST BROS., 37 Macomb St., Main 2313. ARTHUR GEIST Q CO., 282 Kercheval Ave., Edge- wood 1908. ' ' GEO H. GREEN. 257 St. Aubln, Edgewood 1452. '00 Tlb. U. of M. THE WM. R. HAMILTON CO., 700 Cass Ave., Cor. Alexandrlne. N. F. HAMILTON. Pres. Wm.' J. Otter, V. Pres., C. E. Otter Sec. and Treas. ALBERT I-IILLIKER, 1277 Hamilton Blvd., North- way 457. J. M. MANEY, 43-47 National Avo., Glendale 0541. UPI-IOLSTERERS AMERICAN UPI-IOLSTERING 8: MFG. CO., 146 Jefferson Avo., Main 4559. NATIONAL UPHOLSTERING HOUSE, 506 Mich!- gan Ave., Glendale 4500. VETERINARY S. BRENTON, V. S., 121 Alexandrlne Ave., VVest, Glendale 000. Omce Hours 8-9:30 A. M., 2-3 P. M.. 6-7 P. M. CI-IAS. H. GREENFIELD, C. V. M.. 74 Abbott St., Canine Specialist: The Only Veterlnarlan ln De- trolt Llmitlng Practice to Dogs and Oats. Cad- illac 3880. WALL PAPER MARKET WVALL PAPER STORE, 420 Gratiot Ave., Cherry 2100. Paper and Paints. N. Y. WALL PAPER STORE, 103 Michigan Ave., Main 884. C. R. Johnson. Prop. WAREHOUSING EDGAR SUGAR HOUSE, 12th 8: Lafayette Blvd., WASIIING DIACHINES MAYTAG WASHER SALE CO., C. P. MILLER, 1072- 70 Gratiot Ave., Llncoln 3860, Llncoln 2111. WATER SOFTENING SYSTEM DETROIT LIGHTING FIXTURE CO., 222 Jefferson Ave.. E.. Cherry 2036. Main 5230. Regina Vac- um Cleaner, Easy Washer QVacum Cupj. Simplex Ironer. FREDERICK H. MASON, 014 Moffat Bldg., Main 3794. Chimneys and Power Plant Equqlpment. WHOLESALE MEATS ROBERT ALLINGTON, 411 High East. Mnln 3800. Cherry 2471. JAMES COSTELLO, 36 Western Mkt., Glendale 5048. YVIRE WORK VVITZEL FENCE'k XVIRE WORKS, 03-32 Meld- rum Ave., Melrose 102. West 8. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY OF DETROIT ARCHITECTS C. HOWARD CRANE, 4th Floor Huron Bldg., Muln Main 2750. ' M. J. DARLING, 001-002 Empire Bldg., Main 2200. FRED A. EVANS, 704 Book Bldg., Main 1140. MAURICE H. FINKEL, 303 Chamber of Commerce, Cadillac 5584. AARON H. GOULD 8: SON 011 Empire Bldg. Cherry 12f7. ROLAJND o. GIES, 701 David NVhltncy.Bldg. Mum 4085. ALOYS FRANK HERMAN, 4-11 owen Bldg. caaumc 1528. . MALCOMSON HIGGINBOTHAM 8: PALMER, 404 Moffat Bldg., Main 2543. , R. E. RASEMAN, 1302 Penobscot Bldg. Mnln 050. STA1-Il. 8L KINSY, 028 McKcx-chcy Bldg., Cadillac 005. VAN LEYEN, SCHILLING, KEOUGH 8: REY- NOLDS Archltects tk Engineers, 1115-21 Union Trust Bldg., Detroit, Mich., Main 2007. 201 Walsh Bldg. Fllnt, Mich. B. C. WETZEL Sa CO., 2317-17 Dime Bank Bldg.. Maln 4021. ATTORNEYS JOHN C. ALEXANDER, 423 Moffat Bldg., Main 3050. FRANK W. ATKINSON, 520-30 Dime Bank Bldg-- Maln 1897. C. L. BANCROFT, 8044 Hammond Bldg., Cherry 700. CHARLES L. BARTLETT, 515 Hammond Bldg., Main 5709. T-LECKENSTEIN 85 VVIENNER. 400 Mnjestlc Bldg., Main 4725. BERGER 85 MILBUM, 1248-50 Penobscot Bldg.. Cadillac 2385. BISHOP Q KPLPATRICKJR4-L Mnjelstlc Bldg., Main 4090. DENNIS BOYLE, 1430 Penobscot Bldg., Main 3050. ROBERT M. BROVVNSON, 701 Free Press Bldg., Cadillac 5305. ' OI-IAS. H. BUELI., 1820-30 Dime Bank Bldg., Cherry 5201. IGEQEE CAPIZZI, 447 East Fort St.. Edgewood STANTON CLARKE, 511 Moffat Bldg., Main 708. WM. B. CADY., 004 Union Trust Bldg., Maln 0485. DOUGLAS CAMPBELL, 000 Union Trust Bldg., Main 245. CAMPBELL, DEWEY tk STANTON, 2017 Dlme Bank Bldg., Main 0003. CO1-IANE 85 SILVERSTEIN, Lawyers Practise In All Courts, 705 Free Press Bldg., Main 302. GRANT L. COOK, 1301 Ford Bldg., Main 2580. CLARK C. COULTER. S01 Vinton Bldg., Cherry 4434. IRWIN I. CO1-lN, 502 Hammond Bldg., Main 151. HARRY K. KURTIS, 2005 Woodward Ave., Hem- lock 5438. CLARENCE J. DACEY, 553-554 Penobscot Bldg., Main 1001-1450. THOMAS W. DAY, 1412 Dhne Bank Bldg., Cadillac 0084. ED. W. D. DEVINE, 827 Majestic Bldg., Maln 3030. DONNELLY HALLY LYSTER Sz MUNRO. 1702 Ford Bldg., Main 4053. VVILLIAM P. DREDGE, 1070-72 Penobscot Bldg., Main 4053. FRED DYE., 2025-31 Dlme Bank Bldg.. Maln 2023. S. HOMER FERGUSON, Law "1913." 1018 Penobscot Bldg., Cad. 3434. Cherry 7270. MAURICE F. FITZERALD, 325 Hammond Bldg., Cherry 4105. FITSGIBBON S.: QUAIL, 1001 Real Estate Exchange. Cherry 542. FINKELSTON 8: LOVEJOY, 1000-08 Hammond Bldg., Main 1200. FIXEL 81 FIXEL, 1000-10-11 Hammond Bldg.. Cherry 080. FLEMTNG 8: BAIRD, 513 Dime Bank Bldg., Cadillac 0144. Cl-IAS. E. GEORGE. 515 Stevens Bldg., Main 3409. Ll-IROY GILBERT, 53 Buhl Blk., Main 4301. N. H. GOLDSTICK, 572 Penobscot Bldg., Cadillac 0077. , LEON H. HAMBURGER, 300 Renl Estate Ex- change, Main 1823. HARROLD W. HANLON, 1502-07 Ford Bldg., Mnln 0420. OI-IAS. H. HATCH, 2134 Dlme Bunk Bldg., Cherry 3300. DAVID N. HARPER, 805 Majestic Bldg., Main 104. JULIAN H. HARRIS. 1124 Ford Bldg., Main 1003. JOHN D. HARGER, 10 McGraw Bldg.. Malni 2381. A. J. HART, 1258 Penobscot Bldg., Main 5080. ALBIJRT J. HETCHLER, 203-205 Hammond Bldg., Cadlllac 5708. J' F, HEYUON, 1301 Ford Bldg., Main 2580. C. WALTER HEALY, 1220-30 Dlme Bank Bldg., Main 2225. CLARENCE G. HILL, 1023 Penobscot Bldg., Maln "550. SHERWVIN A. HILL, 004 Unlon Trust Bldg., Main 8485. MAX 1-IULLET, 804 Penobscot Bldg., Cherry 3408. CASS J. JANKOWSKI, 007 Chene St.. Melrose 3777. RAY B. JOHNSTON, 001 Vlnton Bldg.. Cadlllac 800. JOHN KAMISKI. 055 Cheno St.. Melrose 5575. LEE E. JOSLYN-JUDSON M. PERRY, 58 Lafayette Blvd., 303 Owen Bldg., Maln 104. Cherry 145. KERR 8: LACEY, 1710-20 Dlme Bank Bldg., Cherry 1030-1000. EUGENE D. KIRBY. 022 Moffat Bldg., Main 2340. A. A. KOSCINSKI, 015 Chene St., Melrose 2523. Cl-IAS. XV. KURTH. 1003 1Vest Fort St., Cedar 30. FRANK A. KUBEK. 1530 Michigan. 1Vnlnut 4701. JULIUS J. LECHNER, 011 Dime Bank Bldg., Cadillac 4007. C. H. .0 G. M. LEHMAN. 024 Ford Bldg.. Main 0358. BENJAMIN F. LESTER. Legal Matters Transacted. Houses for Sale. 207 St. Antoine St., Cherry 2308. CLARENCE E. LEHR. 1303 Dime Rank Bldg.. Cherry 3250. LEXVIS k ROWLETTE. 270 St. Antolno St., Cadillac 2855. GEO. H. LOVEQUEST, 50 Buhl Block, Main 1122. ARTHUR D. MAGUIRE, 004-5 Hammond Bldg.. Muln 1334. MAHONEY 8 JOHNSON, 255 Equity Hlclg.. 'Cherry 5104. CLARA A. MARKS, 10 McGraw Bldg., Main 471. Deposltlons a Speclalty. Notary Public with Seal. FREDERICK MILLER, 1233 Gratiot Ave., Melrose 3183. MAURICE MOSCOWITZ. 072 Penobscot Bldg. Cadll- lac 7070. GUY XV. MOORE-HAL. P. WILSON, 725-720-727 Hammond Bldg.. Maln 000-001. MONAGHAN-MONAGHAN-O'BRlEN 62 CROWLEY, 814-17 Majestic Bldg., Cadlllac 473. THOGMAS F. MURPHY, 1220 Dlme Bank Bldg., Main 4 ..0. ROBERT B. MURCHIE, 1301. Ford Bldg. Maln 2580. MCINTYRE k ROBINSON, 730 Penobscot Bldg., Mnln 4041. ' XV. MCKINNEY, 207 St. Antoine St., Cherry MCNAMARA Sz SCALLEN, 2025-31 Dlme Bldg., Detroit, Mlch. NELSON .Q DIEHL, 020 Moffat Bldg., Main Bank 2520. 1Vnlter M. Nelson, 1012 Law, Harry Dlehl, 1014 Law. R. NICHOLSON, 297 St. Antolne St.. Cherry 3338. VVESLEY L. NUTTEN, 1540 Penobscot Bldg., Main 1773. M. HUBERT O'BRIEN, 1400-1411 Dlme Bank Bldg., Muln 03. WARD H. PECK, 022 Moffat Bldg., Main 2340. .. FLOYD M. PHINNEY, 028 Ford Bldg., Main 2700. JOS. H. PRIMEAU JR., 2524- Jefferson East., 1-llckory 3000. RABAUT M RABAUT, 71 1Vashlngton Blvd., Cadil- lac 15-14. FRITZ L. RADFORD, 211 Hammond Bldg., Maln 505. U. GRANT RACE WALTER F. HAASS-HARRY ALLEN, 1720 Dlme Bank Bldg., Main 560. C. A. ROXBOROUGH Sl: H. B. TALIAFERRO, 104 Gratlot Ave., Main 2702. F. N. RENAND. 804 Penobscot Bldg., Cherry 3-408. EDWARD A. RICH, 1552 Penobscot Bldg., Cherry 4070. CHARLES R. ROBERTSON. 700-10 Dlme Bank Bldg., Main 4003. ' LOUIS JAMES ROSENBERG, 702-3-4 I-Iammond Bldg.. Cherry 1505. ABBOTT Q SCHOEFFEL, Penobscot Bldg., Cadillac 730. Arthur J. Abott 0-11, Carl G. Schoeftel 13-15. Glenn M. Coulter 17-20 H. GQQOSCHLUSSEL, 417 Free Press Bldg., Cadillac THE SIMONS SALES CO., Willys Overland Motor Cars. 08 Nvlllls Cor. Cass Glendale 1037. KIMBER C. SIGLER, 404 Real Estate Exchange. Maln 3320. W. MCKAY SKILLMAN., 1010 "Law" 1024 Ford Bldg. Maln 0275. HENRY S. SLYFIELD, 2200 Dlme Bank Bldg., Cherry 4781. W. CLARENCE SMITH, 014 Penobscot Bldg.. Cherry 3984. Nl-IWMAN SMITH, 400 Hammond Bldg.. Cherry 2410. EDMUND J. STAFFORD, 520 Dlme Bank Bldg., Main 1807. STEVENSON CARPENTER BUTXEL 6: BACKUS. 1324-20 Ford Bldg., Maln 5401. C. A. C. SVENSON Sz M. F. PATERSON, 814 Chamber of Commerce. Cherry 0875. RALPH M. TATE, 823 Penobscot Bldg., Main 1104. IVILQQIAAI E. THOMPSON, 1221 Ford Bldg., Maln 0. M. H. TINKI-IAM, 013 Dlme Bank, Main 0505. WM. H. TURNER. 512 Moffat Bldg., Cadillac 0708. WALTER 84 HICKS, 017-20 Ford Bldg., Maln 0873. Henry C. Ealters '04. Arthur P. Hicks '03. WARREN CADY LADD 8: HILL, 000-008 Union Trust Bldg. Main 0485. F. H. WATSON, 823-25 Majestic., Cherry 1001. IFICAOZK E. IVHIPPLE. 811 Majestic Bldg., Main J . EDWARD l-' WVUNSCH. 212 Moffat Bldg., Main 3851. Member of flrm of.Henry and Edward F. Wunsch. FORSILZNI. YOKOM, 003-008. Hammond Bldg., Main CHIROPRACTORS J. A. ASHFORD, Registered under Mlehlgun Law, 1074 Gratiot Ave., Lincoln 4283. Ofhce Hours 0-11 A. M.: 1:30-5 P. M. 0-30-8 P. M. Sunday by Appointment. J. R. RIEL, 710 Cheno St.. Melrose 4048. GEO. GOODHEART. 5th Floor Woodward Bldlr.. 107 Medbury Ave., Cadillac 7007. Market 10. Hours 1-4. A. KLWOZNSKI, 1014 McDougal, Melrose 3435. Z B. MEAD, 303 Hodges Bldg.. Cadillac 3220. ARTHUR J. XVRIGHT, Registered under Michigan Laws, Acute Chronic k Nervous Diseases, Suite 500. 02 Broadway, Hours 2-0 8: By Appointment. Ofllce Cadillac 7131. Res. Cedar 1250 M. ' DENTISTS NV. J. ALLAN, 001 Trumbull, Glendale 3011. GEO. K. 'ANSUR, 1172 Oakman Blvd., Hemlock 5843. C. C. APPLEGATE, 800 Xvoodward Ave.. Glendale 21. LEONARD C. AUSTIN, 1-103 Kresge Bldg., Milli! 10F0. A. B.,AUB1N, 1450 Gratiot Ave.. Lincoln 1378. H1-:Nav M. BALLARD, 1425 Mack Ave., Lincoln 023. FRANK J. BAUMAN, 2587 Xvoodward Ave.. Hom- lock 305. DR. U. R. BIRD, 517 Stevens Bldxr.. Maln 1120. C. LEE BLISS, 400 Parkview, Hickory 857. DR. WALTER L. BLACK, 20 Broadway, Cherry 2808. G. C. BOXVLES. 32 1Vat'ren 1Vest. Northway 1888. CARROLL S. BROWN, 2031 Woodward Ave.. Hem- lork 5807. Cl-IAS. H. BRADY, 2010 Jos. Campnu. Northway 208. DRS. BROADBRIDGE k ARTMAN. 2225 West Jefferson, Cedar 403. WV. G. BURROXVS, Cheno 8: Lafayette East. Edge- wood 870. JOHN CAMPBELL, 041 Trumbull Ave., Glendale 0775. DR. Il. NV. CAMPBELL. 023 David Whltney Bldg., Main 1454. GEORGE XV. COSPER, 1355 David 1Vhltney Bldg., Cherry 1717. CHAS. XV. COLTER. 750 David Xvhitney Bldg., Main 34. W. J. COOK, 101 Kercheval Ave., Edgewood 1041. S. M. COPLAND, 003-05 Peter Smith Bldg., Main 140. LIONEL C. CROSS, 030 Thlrd Ave., Glendale 1140. VV. A. DAVIDS, .480 Dlx Ave., Cedar 2133. JOHN A. DORR, 400 St. Aubin, Edgewood 204. L. G. DE SPELDER, 3221 East Jefferson, Hickory 4762. A. H. DREDGE, 1401 WVoodwnrd Ave., Northway 1880. ALEX. S. DIACK, 1013 Davld VVhltncy Bldg., Main 4757. M. F. EVANS, 1580 Fort St., NVest., Cedar 1220. WM. H. ELLIOT, 1530 Jefferson East., Edgewood 512. J. FURIE, 083 Grand River, Walnut 1473. C. W. FARGO, 704 Kercheval, lllckory 1080. MARK A. GARDNER, 023 David Wvhitney Bldg., Main 1454. D. S. GRAHAM, 800 Kresge Bldg., Main 5088, J. M. GREGORY, 287 St. Antolne St.. Cherry 2708. GERALD G. HALL, 707 Davld VVhltncy Bldg., Main 2912. DR. WM. HOWARD, 100 Gratiot Ave., Cherry 1827. WM. A. HART, 2003 Hamilton, Hemlock 4101. GORDON W. HILL, 745 David Wvhitney Bldg., Main 0340. FRANK N. HYDE, 1701 East Grand Blvd., Melrose 4354. R. E. IRVAN. 881 Kercheval Ave., Hickory 3205. DR. CHAS. JOERIN. JR., 010 Phone St., Melrose 1702. ERNEST W. H. JOHNSON. 3-I0 St. Antoine St. Cad- illac 4225. HAROLD C. KAHN, 782 Xvoodward Ave., Glendale 303. S. L. KINGSBURY, 2100 XVest .leffvrson Ave., Cedar 550. l-Llglg. KOHN. 2200 WVest Jefferson Ave., Cedar 0. H. B. KNOWLSON,'407 Concord Ave., Edgewood 1800. P. M. KYPRIE, 02 Broadway Ave., Cadillac 567. C. H. LAND, 044 West Elizabeth, Main 1372. JOHN H. LONGE, 628 Farewell Bldg., Maln 4018. L. C. KING, 1704 Mack Ave. Main 4074. HARRY G. LYON, 1068 Mack Ave., Hickory 4204. ALFRED LOWTHER, 517 Stevens Bldg., 1110111 1126. OSCAR MANTHEY, 833-30 David Whitney Bldg., Main 4403. WVILLIAM R. MULCRONE, 1805 Michigan Ave., 1Valnut 1114. J. C. MERLE, 1581 Beaublne St., Northway 1374. K. J. MARCINKIEWICZ, 1117 Chene St., Melrose S13-R. ROWLAND S. MITCHELL, 730 East Forest, Mel- rose 5578. G. H. MEYERS, 2253 West Jefferson Ave., Cedar 492. E. A. MOELLER, 800 Xvoodward Ave., Glendale 1814. A. J. MACLEOIJ, 435 Woodward Ave., Cadillac 1478. V. H. L. NEXVELL, 73-75 Gratiot Ave., Cadillac 2505. ARTHUR J. NORMAN, 800 Kresge Bldg., Cadillac 2407. R. C. O'DONNELL, 1070 Kercheval, Hickory 062. WINFIELD S. OSBORRN, 1421 Grand River. 1Val- nut 1287. J. H. PENHALE, 1241 Hamllton Blvd., Market 2442. JOHN R. PEAR, 2130 Jefferson West., Cedar 270. HARRY J. POST, 1301 Mack Ave., Lincoln 4402. A. P. PILIDES. 1430 Davld Whitney Bldg., Maul 3033. P. W. RONAN, 2080 Jefferson East, Hickory 8037. W. N. ROULETTE, 1283 Hamilton Blvd., Northway 2804. C. A. REBENTISCH, 2041 Nvoodward Ave., Hem- lock 340. DON D. ROEDEL, 1175 I-Iaznllton Blvd. North- way 1780. E. A. SALISBURY, Bridge 1Vork, 3 Xvest Mont- calm, Cadillac 2006. FRANK L. SHATTUCK, 402 Kresge Bldg.. Main 2850. Shattuck Pyorrhea Cllnlc. A. LSGBSOMMER, 838-30 David Whitney Bldg., Main S. D. SPARKS, 1053 Jos. Campau Northway 1003. S. J. SLAZINSKI, 1500 Michigan Ave., Main 3811. A. W. SQUIERS, 581 Linwood Ave., Vtfnlnut 458. H. STARIKOFF, 400 Hastings St., Cherry 1520. DR. A. D. THOMPSON, S15 David Whitney Bldg., Cherry 1810. R. E. NVATSON, 1402 Chene St., Melrose 3814. J. C. VVILDE, 072 Gratiot Ave., Melrose 5824. 1-1. C. WOOD, 101 Baker Ave., Cherry 0738. ENGINEERS AMMERMAN S: MCCOLL, Consulting Engineers, Mechanical, Electrical Steam Heating and Ven- tilating Engineering: Tests Appralslas Inspec- tions, etc. 2348 Penobscot Bldg., Cadillac 545. MASON L. BROWN .Q SONS, 310-823 Chamber of Commerce, Main 1871. THE CHAPMAN CO., Heating Sz Sanitary Engineer- ing, 00 WV. Larned. Main 2448, Main 1178. NEWELL J. l-IILL, 020 McKerchey Bldg., Cadillac 008. KERMAT1-1-NVHITCOMB CO., 04 Congress 1Vest., Cherry 2074. ' E. R. LITTLE CO. INC., Mechanical Engineers, 2033 Dime Bank Bldg., Cadillac 5358. MATIDEN ENGINEERING CO., 007W XV-'nodward Ave.. Room 200, Glendale 0083. PIIYSICIANS JAS. W. AMES, 104 Gratiot Ave., Koppln' Theatre Hldg., Main 2702. .I'. L. ASSELIN, 750 David NVhltney Bldg.. Main 3817. DAVID BARCLAY, 173 1Vcst Canfield, Glendale -1548. E. V. BEARIPSLEE, 3342 Woodward Ave., Hem- lock 2220. ARTHUR BENNETT, 371 East Fort St., Fnrllllac 4187. HENRY S. HROXVN, 123-I Grand River. Nl'alnut - 3051. FRED. V. RUR!-IAM, 833 Meflellan Ave.. Lincoln 2318. FLORENCE CHADNVICK, 38 Adams NVest. Main 3012. A. Cl-IRISTENSEN, 077 Linwood, Cor. Virginia l'ark, Nvalnut 408. DANIEL M. CLARKE, 3020 Grand River Ave., Garfield 51. L. E. CLARK. 2040 1Voorlward Ave., Hemlock 4003. C. L. CRITTENIWEN, 2040 East Grand Blvd., North- way 2230. Hours 2-3, 7-8 P. M. Strand Apart- ments. S. C. CROW, 2040 Nvoodward Ave., l-lemlock 5423. F. J. CYMAN, 522 Canlff, Northway 2400. E. F. DAVID, 347 Farnsworth, Market 2520. - T1-IOS. J. DOWLING, 107 Gratiot Ave., Main 2570. J. J. DREAK, 301 14th St., Glendale 1870. J. M. EASTON, 2040 Xvoodward Ave.. Hemwck 5048. XVM, C, EDMISON. 005 Oakland Ave.. Market Gtygigfm- S, FIELD, 1202-00 David 1fVhltney Bldg.. Main 1703. Hours 10-11 A. M. 2-4 P.M. Sunday hy Appointment. Residence 2013 1Vest Grand Blvd., Market 1172. JAMES GIBSON, 742 Baldwin, Melrose 3800. D. MILTON GREENE, 302 Tuxedo Ave., 1-Icmlock C. 'c. C1125 F. GREEN, 481 sc. Antoine st.. Cadillac 0381. E. HAGGERTY, 287 NVoodward Ave.. Cherry J. A, 03,661-1ALL, 731-33 David Whitney Bldg., Cherry 3087. NV. G. 1-IASTIE, 307 Fine Art Bldg., Maln 1510. ' L. NV. HAYNES, 1013 David Whitney Bldg., Mam 4777. F, N,,HENERY, 111-20th St.. 1Valnut 57. l J. HENRY, 1545 Michigan Ave., West, Walnut 2000. Hours 8-10, 1-3, 0-8. LESLIE HENDERSON, 2001 Jefferson Ave.. East.. Hickory 2400. CHARLES W. HITCHCOCKH1501 David Whitney Bldg., Main 1843. Practise limited to Mental and Nervous Dlsease. F. LINDLAY I-IOAG, 1873 Jos. Campau. NoI'tl1NYH-Y 3340. . SCOTT HODGE, 504 Llggett Bldg., Main 1017. R. C. HULL, 1571 Harper Ave., Lincoln' 100. ARTHUR J. JONES, 1302 Burn Ave. Lincoln 112. JOS. B. RASS, 1882 Jos. Campau, Northway 5091. Z. L. KADLUBOUSKI, 1502 Michigan Ave.. Walnut 3540. A. KOVEN., 4027 Beauhlen St., Main 481. x I w I R C. KYNEI-I, Michigan .Q Junction. Walnut 571. lies. 28 Vancouver. Gar. -119. A. T. I..-XHERGE, 779 Fairview Ave., Hickory -112. B. HJALMAR LARSSON, 180 Scldon Ave., 1111. I.A1'l.AllE, 2058 Woodward Ave., Hemlock 030. N. R. LAWIIEAD, S-14 Kerchcval Ave., 1-Ilckory 728. Iles. 371 ML-Clellan. 1-llckory 5335. D. J. 1.l'll'l'HAUSElC, 3241 East Jefferson. Hlckory 2508. CHAS. A. LENHARI1, 1.1-17 East Grand Blvd.. Lim-oln 215. I.. J. LENNOX, 32 Adams 1Vost., Main 295. S. l'. 1'l'ES1'ERANCE, 382 Kerr-hovnl Ave., Edmo- wood 2054. M. E. MURRTON, 285 St. Antoine St., Cherry 6-153. 111111317 NUUIJY, 15.19 Woodward Ave., Northway lf'lii-Ki? 'l'. Ill:-CUIIMACK, 1-I1 Chandlor, Market .0' . rufxm. c. nf-cmfn.1..xND, 513-19 Dovlml whitney Wfll-T.. Main 4898. Practise llmlted no Diseases ot' Eye, Eear, Nose. .Q Throat. S. L. Mc-HUGH, 2504 East Jefferson. Hickory 388. Z. l. NAlRIN, 115 East Adams St., Main 42251. J. A. NUNVICKI, 1501 Michigan Avc., 1V:llnut 2048. 41. OSOXVSKI, 952 nuscn, 11101.-ns.-, Qs-73, LQ1' J. PEIXPON, 1075 Mack Avo., Hickory 2408, IH-Q. H. PRIHORSKY, 70-1 m-lrmm-y.-1- omg., cau- lllac 2187. S. J. RANSIER. 29 lloarlmrn Avo.. Cedar 5323, llElNRlC1-I A. REYE. 727 East Jelferson, Edge- wood 2015. DOUGLAS ROTIISCHILD, 15-14 David NVhltney Bldg., Cherry 4808. A, E. R011l'1li'.1'iiUN, 30231 1-lamllton Blvd., Hemlock 598-1. F. P. SEABURY, 1491 XVoodward Ave., Northway 1380. BESSIE B. SHERMAN, 057 Canfield East., Melrose 5000. 1-1. SHILKOVSKY, 222 lllgxh St., Main 3005. VLARENCE V. SMITH, 1709 East Grand Blvd., Mr-lroso 2390. A. M. S'l'lltl.lXG, 1515 David XVhitney 1'1ldy.:., Cherry 2001. I". HARVEY SMITH, 18-1 Alexandrlno Ave.. NV.. Cor. Third Ave.. Oflico lIours:-Afternoons 1-3. l-Ivcnln1.:s 7-S. Sundays hy Appointment. Glcn- dalo 2210. NV. J. S'l'AP1.ETON, 83 Cass Ave., Main 30-10. DR. Sll'l'HER1.ANll, 392 Grand River, Glendale 3097. 1-l. ll. 'l'RASK., 1283 Hamilton Blvd., Northway 98. LOUISE E. ORLEMAN, 112 Bam.: St., Cadillac 19-10. CYRIL VALADE, 1530 David 1Vhltncy Bldg., Main 5110. M1l.l7REI1 XVILLIAMS, S03 Brush, Glendale 1200. Oilico Hours Dally 2 to -1 P. M. Evenings 7 to 8 1'. M. Mondays, 1Vodns-sdays and Fridays. CARL ll. ZU1.1.lKER. 1-HIS Harper Avc., 1.1211-oln 310. DETROIT CHURCH DIRECTORY CIIURCIIES l"lllS'l' l'lIl-ISI-l1"l'ERIAN UIIURCH, 1Voodwnrd Avo., N Edmund Place, Pastor Rev. Josoph A. Vance lk ll. llcv. C. ld. Mlenas. Sunday Services 10:30 A. M. R 7:30 P. M. on.-xNlr nlvlcn AVE. 1?A1"1'IS'l' CHURCH. vm-mom N Grand lllvcr, Sf-rrlcc 10:30 A, M,-T-llblo Sphnol 1l'l-dncsduy Prayer -Q Pray 7:45. Glendale 1. -. . 1-lO1.Y TRINITY CHURCH, 120 Hastlnprs St., Chorry 2040. 114-v. 1'. Zagnl, S. J. -IEXVISH S'l'UDEN'l' CONGREGA'T'1ON OE 'l'I'IE U, Olf' M., Serviccs Sunday Evonlngs at 7. Lane Tflnll, Unlvclsity Y. M. C. A. Rabbi 1.co M. 1"fllll1i11l1, Supervising: Mlnlstor. MESSIAH l.U'1'1-IERAN CHURCH, NVcst lloulc-:ard lk Toledo, NVCSL 2308. SAl.YA'l'lON ARMY, 180 Mir-hig':m Avo., Main 3304. SECOND l4AP'I'lS'1', 119 Monro:-, f'adlllac 800. Min- lstcrs R. Tl. Hradhy, Rvsldcnce 103 Mnllett St., Vhas. A. Hlll. 272 Jay St. JUIINS El'lS4?Ol"A1. CHURCH, 1VoorIward Ave., .Q llhrh Sts., Maln 3200. Sunday Scrvlcos, Holy Communion 7:30 A. M. Morning Survives 11:00 A. M. 1-Ironing Scrvlccs 7:30 P. M. ST. SIIAARY ZEIPAK CONG. CHURCH, 1Vlllls .Q Brush, Glondalo 5107. Friday Preaching.: at 8:15 1'. M. Sat. 9:00 Day Scr. 7-5:30. S'l'. BONAVENTURE CHURCH, 440 Mt. Elliot Ave., Edgewood 1001. Mass 1l'l:. Da. 5:20-0:30-7:30. Sun. -Q Holidays 5-0-7:30. VOl.UN'l'EERS OF AMERICA INC.. 1396 Under the Leadership of Gr-noral Balllnyxton .Q Maud Booth, 105 Michigan Ave.. Free rooms for women and Kirls, 540 East Larncd. fren day nursery, 705 East .leI'I'orson Ave. Home for' Homeless Xvomen .Q Children, 177 First St., Relief Station and Mission Hall. Prison .Q Hospltzll. NVorklm:: Girls Homo 50 Vvaterloo, Cfaptaln Mrs. J. W. Kelly in Ulmrgo of Detroit. ,1'ost, 705 E. Jeflf. Cherry 0778-Edgewood 1280. Edgewood 000-J. XVESLEY lNS'l'l'1'U'l'E, City Home for Young' Men. In f-ormeclion with 1Vosley Methodist Clmrch. 0th .Q I-lagg' nt. Grand River, Dctrolt, Mich. XVOODNVARIP AVENUE 1'RES1?Y'lTERlAN CHURVII, xVOD11NX'!ll'K1, R 1'hiladclphla Avos. Market 1931. .Tosoph Nvllson Cochran. Minister. Dwight: Brook- er Davidson Ass't Minister, Service 10:30 A. M. 7:30 P. M. A f'hurch with a welcome to nll studs-nls. DETROIT AUTOMOBILE DIRECTORY Al"I'0MOBIl,lC ACCESSORIES ' 'l'. B. RAYI. CO., 3 Grand River E. Cherry 5000. All'l'O3IOllII.E BODIES N SHEET META1. PARTS 1-IA YES MFG. CO., 480 Mayhury. 1Valnut 400. Al"l'OMOBlLE BODY IIARIHVARE 8: XVIND SIIIELDS JOSEPH N. SMITH k COMPANY., East Grand Hlvd. .Q Dubois. Northway AIl'I'O51OBlI.E BODY PAINTIING 8: TRIMMING SIEVERS K: ERDMAN CO., 294-298 E. Jeff., Canlllac 01. AlI'l'OMOB1l.IG CARBURETORS ll'OL1lEY CARBURETOR CO., Vancouver S: Ep- worth Blvd., Garfield 1500. AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ACME TRUCK SALES CO., 2333 E. Grand Blvd., Mr-lroso 1371. ' BELL Q ZIIGLINSKY, 300 1V:tl:nsh, Glendale 1778. BEM H ROBINSON CO.. 288-200 E. Jeff., Mnln 3786-7. B111-:CII MOTOR SALES CO., 2-175 XV. Grnntl Blvd., Nvnlnut 5431. CADILLAC MOTOR CAR CO., Detroit Agenvy, 1-103 1VoocIwnrrI Ave. Northwny -1105. CENTURY MFG. CO., Makers of Century Electrle Cars, 133 IC. Cantleld Ave. Melrose -1510-4308. COl,.IIll'1I1IA MOTOR CO., 61711 Mark Ave.. Iflrlgewood 2700. IV. .I. IIOUI-ITY, 0-10 Cosa:-x Ave., Glentlule 4000-5585. THOS. .l. IJOYLE, 732-850 1VoodwurLl Ave., Glendale 4700-7117. MAURIUE IV. FOX k CO., IIOUIIIGVARIIJ nom' Oukluncl, Northwny 5017-2010. FRANK P. CMICLIN UO., Klng and Brlseo Auto- mnhlles, 008 Nvootlwnrcl Ave., Market 410. GORDON MOTOR SALES CO., Iilstrlbutors, Nation- n.I-Elgln SIX'-"I'I'0llIII'l', 1000 Xvooclwnrcl Ave., Northway -1712. R. J. IIANDY, Distributor, F3-I-00 Grand lliver, Glenllnlo 7081-2. l-IAMLIN-IIOLMIGH, MOTOR CO., Front Ilrrvo Motor Cnr. KING MOTOR CAR CO., 1300 E. .Ie1'I't-rson, 16111.50- woml 3-1811. IlAI.l'lI IU, I-ICHNEIIJER AUTO TRUCK SALES HO.. 3-10 Iflnst Jefferson Ave., Cherry -1083. SMITH GLINES SALES CO., 1231-35 11'D0dwnI'tl Av., Mtmrket. 350-351. STUTZ KE'I"l'ENRlNG SALES CO., 1100 Foss Ave., Northway LI-112. STERNS DEROIT MOTOR SALES VO., 1152 E. .Iet'I'- erson Ave.,' Etlgetvoocl 580. NVIGISMAN MOTOR SALES CO., 1-I Ilevt-npnrt. Glulhlnlu 2010. WILFORE AUTO SA LES, I.urp.:t-st Ileulers In Hlgh Grade used Cars In Mlc-htgamn, IrvIn1.: A. Wllroru, tlwner.-CIorc-m'e l'I. I-Inyes. Soles Maumgvr, G21 Nl'oomIwnrd Avo., Phone, Glendale 3813. IIARVI-IY G. WILSON, DIsIr'Ihutor, Auhurn Iieatuty Six, TSN 1Voo4lu'urmI Ave., nt WIIII:-1, tllentlule 7-100 or 7037. AU'I'0MOIIIII.IC GIGARS CROSS GICAR K ENC. CO.. 800 I'Il3I'.T.EVIJE, Mel- rose 1026. ' AI"l'0MOBII.I'I IGNITION 'l'IIE STANIIARII IGNITION VO.. 713 Owen 'IYIKIQ'-. Mnln -I20-I. AlY'I'0NI0IiII.l'J MANI'l"At"I'l'Itl'IIlS AMICIIIUAN FOMMICRCIAL CAI: CO.. GRATIOT -Q l"ren1-In ltd., Mt'1.:rs. nt' XVolverIne Tru:-Ics-'l'I1e Tru:-I: of Good Service, Llnvoln 1877. coN'rlNmN'rAl. '1'nA11.Elc fvol-:Po'RA'rloN. mutu- fneturer or "Continental" Four' NVhet-I :Intl Senn- 'I'rnIIers also I-Ieuvy Duty Trnrlc Bomlles, R35 Sup- erlor St., Melrose 3338. BARTON AUTO TOP CO., R41 XVootlwnrtl Ave., Glendale 5500. ERIIMAN CUIDER CO., 2200 Woodwurd, llentlor-lc -1010. LEHMAN AUTO TOP IQ TRIMMING CO., 1-1 Sull- erlor, Glendale 4107. 1 AI"I'0M0lIII.IC 'I'IllIt'li .Y 'I'RAt"I'0II RADIA'l'0lCh LONG MANUI"AC'I'UIlING CO., E. Ormul RIVLI., CORNER CAMERON, l1lm'ket 2000. MICHIGAN Mlanfvmz co.. 1-mx Fuss,-Nm-tluvny sm. MICHIGAN RADIATOR 8: FENDER REPAIR PO.. 723 John R. Glexnlnle 7570. MORSE CIIAIN CO., Silent Chains for Antonxohlle .Q Power Trrtnsmlsslon, 1003 1VootlwurtI Av-e., Northway 40-13. SAXON MOTOR CAR C'ORI'., 017 Fleuufnlt, Melrose 1050. '1'l'IRNS'I'I+lIv'1' MANUFACTURING VO., Closed Tlorly I-Inrdwnre. Al"I'0BIOI5II.IG PARTS AMERICAN PISTON Q MACHINE CO.. 502-509 Garfield. Melrose 3080. Dl'I'I'RO1'l' GICAR Q MACHINE CO.. 127-151 Frank- lin, Cherry 4720. 1 4 DETROIT MOTOR PARTS CO., 133 SV. Larnco St. Cherry 2052. I'vE'I'l'iO1T PISTON RING CO.. 53-7 Rlvhmuncl. Mar- ket 2025. EAST SIDE RADIATOR CO., 502 Mc-Doup:oll, Mel- rose 4733. EISICMANN MAGNETO CORP.. R5 NVIIIIS, Glendale 8130-8131. ' HANSON TOOL Sz DIE CO., 1330-12th Sl.. N'VuInut -1883. .IIGlf'If'RY lvFlWI'l"I' CO., Spark Plug I'0l'reluillS. Buttlur N G. 'l'. ll. R.. Melrose 5071. JOHNSON CO.. t7ARI'IURE'I'0RS, 515 E, 1"UrGSl. Melrose 710. li. KAPLAN, Auto Parts X: Tlres, 132 Grzuul Rlver, Cherry 0080. KICLSEY IVHEICL COMPANY, In'r'., 1208 Military, 1VnInut 2020. I J. NV. MURRAY MFG., CO., CLAY K St. Aulmin Ave.. Market 2270. S. A. MAt'I'IINI'I CO., 518 1VoorlhrItlge E.. litlge- wooml 3000. SWARTZ AUTO TOP CO., S21 AV00dlYill'tI, blen- dnle 5050. TIMKEN .l1IfI'1'IlOI'l' AXLE CO., 132 Clurk St., 'Neat 22-11. 1VI'IS'1'INtIIIOUSIG AIR SPRING UO., 2200 1Vo0d- wnrtl, Hl!llIItll'Ii 2857. 1YII.t'KI'1 ARMS'I'RONG CO., M70 Monroe, 1'2tI1.-fuwootl 2313.. XYILSON ti, II. BODY CO., Clny R: G. T. RY., Market 2305. AIffI'0M0lllI.lC Sl'l'l'I.lI4IS BOWMAN GOULIJ CO., Automohllo Supplies Nvhole- snle, 3-I-I AVOOt'IXVI'lI'll Avo., Glendale -I0-I. BRIGTEWISCI-IIIIR AUTO CO., 1580 1VootIwnrcl Ave.. Northwny 3275. BIUJIGCICNIGR AUTO SUI'l'LIES, Tlrc Repnlrlng n.n'cI Vulemlizinpq, Af-ees:-sorles, OILS A ND IIREASE, 1037 Yon lvyke, :tt Harper. Llneoln S-I3. JOS. f'AMI'AU IIAIJIATOR Q RI'Il'AIR VO., 1039 Jos. 1'Il.lIIIIlIIl., Melrose -1-127. MANUI"AtITORS TIRE REPAIR CO.. T5 Sl. Anlulno, t'n1liIIne 3831. PEERIQESS TIRE RI'lI'AIR CO., 005 Mlclllgml Ave., GI:-mlule 08. SAI"IC'I'Y TIRE REPAIR CO., 0-10 Grutlot, Melrose 025. SCIIROICIJER PAINT S: GL-XSS OO., IVInd Shlt-Ids Iielmlred, Gloss lfltted K: lleplurocl, -17-55 Cud- illnc Sq. Mnln 5305. SUPERIOR TIRE, REPAIR CO., Agents for Vul- enn tfortl mul Fuhrlo Tlres, Give us n rull on your next repair work. All work gunrunleeml. 1200 tlrntiot, Melrose 4337. '1'IIIANHLI-I TIRE STORE, 1120 Crund Rlver, Wal- nut 511. U VAN SICKLI-IN f'O., 1255 Nvootlwnrd Ave.. North- way 232. MOSS TIRE R IIUBHER CO.. 1100 tlonrortl Av., Ht-t.u'een Crntlot R: Forest, Melrose 2817. XVEST IVARREN STEAM YULCANIZIING UO., 208 Nlfest Wnrren, Glentlnle 7277. CARL E. WARNER CU., 2311 11'ooclu'urtI Ave., I-Ielnlot-I: 5-113. Al"l'0M0llII.I'l TIRES ' III!UNSWICK4IIALKIG KYOLLICNDER CO., 2-17 .lei- ferson Ave.. E.. Mnln 1071. COLLINS TIRE k RUBBER OO. Inn., NVholesuIe and 1:1-toil Iilstrllnxtors, Stmnlnrd Illgh Crude AUTOMOBILE TIRES und TUBES, -129 GITIIILI River Ave.. Glendale 52321. KEYSTONI-I TRUCK TIRE SERVICE CO.. DIS- trihuters ltepuhlle Solid Tlres, Solid Tires Ap- plled. 318 E. Larneal St.. Cherry 7712, M. N IV. TIRE VO., Tlres and Tubes, 1311 1Voosl- wnrcl, Northway 3004. SUPER TIRE SERVICE, 35 Brush St., Mnln' 1003. AlT'I'0M0liILE STORAGE BAT'I'I'IIlII4IS MAC-LAR RA'I"I'If1RY t'O., INC.. 1-10-3111 St., Caulil- Ine 4372. Al7'l'0M0I!II.I4Z IVASIIING IYICTROIT AIITO LAUNDRY, 225--227 Fuss Ave.. Cherry 2473. ' AU'l'0MOBII.IC IVIIICELS C. M. SCHNEIDER, 00 Tlrninurd St.. Glendale 20117. . CYI.lNIlEI!S IlI'll'AIRI'lID N IIICGROUND DETROIT AUTOMOBILE 8 MACHINE WVORKS, Contrnr-t Mnrhlne XVork and XVeIclIng. 1682 Gra- tlot Ave.. Ltnooln 3005, x MACIIINICRY BARBER-COLMAN CO., 790 11'oodwaI'd Ave., Glen- dnlo 484. DAVIS MORAND RICIIY., CO., 536 Book Bldg., Cherry 1588. DETROIT GARAGE EQUIPMENT COMPANY, Re- puh' ldqulpment for Fordson Tractors and Ford Motor Cars, Spec-Ial Machinery, lt. lv, Iiiq-kg. General MnIIaI.:er, 1-12 Colulnhla E., Mnln 2069, CRIMES MOLDING MACHINE UO.. 1218 Hastings St.. Northway 185. HAYES IIIACIYIINIQIW COMPANY., -so-4:-44 E, Lnrned St., Cadillac 2080-3103. I.AAInI-Im' olacll. Ie. vo., 1203 Iilme Imnk Bldg., Main 3850. ' STRONG. CARLISLIII .Q HAMMOND CO.. 270 East .le1'l'erson, Maln 852. MACIIIN IC RY AND 'I'O0 LS CAIDILAU Tool. Co., mn I-'Ifmr Immun- Bldg., cm-, Ju-ffm-rson lllld Brush Sts., Vacllllac' 7335. II. S. I-IQIIIPMENT CORP., 121 West Cong,-,.S, St., Mnln -1-113. Autnmolrile Produrts. Maclnnc Shop, tool Room Iiqnlpment our Spur-Ialty. Bu,-,.,-S, Appraisers, Llqnldators, I1l'0l'!4'llIlIZ0l'S ol' Manu- fll1'llll'IIlg Plants. MAt'lllNIS'I'S A. I". GIILIIICN N CO.. -185 Tlaker St., NVest 1'-13. UICEIQNAII MFG.. CO.. 03 Meldrum Ave., 111411.21-nooll HAYNICS BOWSER ROE UE, . 158 Putnmn, Glendale 931. Haynes Rcmurmg' JAMES MACHINE CO.. 1'roduetIon 1York, Tools and Dies., 427 Ilellerlle Ave., Edlrewood 781, KRAE'I'1iE BROS., Corner E., Grand Blvd., X: St. Auhln, Melrose 3030. AIILLIQIQ Tool. N Mlfu. co., 229--Ilan st., west 1116. XV. M. PATTISON SlYl'I'L1' CO., 1534 Illme Bank Bldpr., Main 0330. SELIK BROS., 1310-2-lth Sl., AYl'St 301311. SI'14IRI.1C1l Q UI-IIIIG, 17 Plquutte, Northway 1718. MAN1'l'At"l'l'lllEltS Olf' SCRl'l11'S and KINIDRICID PRODUCTS Ylt"I'OR St'Itl'IXV XVKS.. 2-I0 John Il.. AIUIII -1150. MOTOR CAR NPICUIALINTS BIEVSII ENGINEERING ASSOCIATION. 713-1-I-I5 Iim-sge Bldg., Main 3037. MOTOR CAR l'l'llOLS'l'l'IRY MANTI-ILL R TAYLOR. 50 East Larned St., Main li-1117. MOTOR Rl'll'AllllNG I'1I.l'IC'I'RICAl. I!I'II'AlR l'lIf1I'O'I', 53 XV. Lnrned St., Cherry 72-11. V - MOTOR 'l'RUt'liS T. R. R. COLLINS '.l'RIIf'K CO.. tleneral Cartatre, Ilrd .Q XV. l-Illzalu-tl: Sis.. Main 385.1 nr Cherry 185. FINANCIAL AND REAL ESTATE BANKS AMERICAN STATE BANK, 115-17 Griswold St., Main -1805. FENTRAI. SAVINGS BANK, Majestic IlIdI.:., Cadil- lac- 1910. DETROIT SAVINGS HANK, Penobscot Bldg., Main 55115. FIRST STATIC BANK, 2082 Joseph Cmnnnu. Market 2837. FIRST STATE BANK OIF DE'I'ROlT, Griswold 8: Lafayette, Maln 5027. 9 LIBICRTY STATIC BANK, Jos. Campau at Norwalk, Northway 3652. NATIONAL BANK OI" COMMEIICIG, -l-l AA'l'Ht 'Fort St., Main 0010. PEOl'I.I'2S NATIONAL BANK, 18-12 Jos. L'llIl1lHl.lJ, NoI'tlm'n.y 4548. THI-I l'lCOl'LES STATIC BANK. Nineteen BI'am'I1es Convenlently Located, Cor. Fort and Shelby Sts. ITNITICII SAVINGS BANK, 204 Griswold, AIllIll SIIG. WAYNI-I COUNTY 8: HOMIC SAVINGS BANK, Mlrh- Igan K: Griswold, Main 800. ' BROKERS XV. I-I. ALLISON, Custom House Broker and l-'or- warding Agent, 07 Fort St., 1Vest. ANDREWS .Q IIANRAIIAN, 80-1 Real Estate Ex- ehamze, Cadillac 2275. BANKERS LAND Q INVESTMICNT CORPORA- TION, 143 Grlswold, Main 2530. lIORNBI.OVt'I'IIt X XVEIGKS, 201 Penobscot Bldg., Cherry 2251. ' lNYES'l'MENTS BENISIPICIAII LOAN SOCIETY, 213 AvOlltIlVllI'tI Ave., Cherry 2072. COMBOSSY .Q CO., -100 Ford Bldg.. Main 6310. DANSARIT-HULL-BUMPUS CO., AICINIICIB Detroit Sleek lalxclmmre, 47 Congress St.. NV., Main 3-110. C. M. IJEAKIN .Q CO., S01 Dlme Bank Bldg.. Mnln 5480. HENRY L. DOHERTY CO., 1231 llhne Hunk Bldg., Oadlllnc 007. FEDERAL BOND QQ MORTGAGE CO.. INC., 00 Griswold St., Cadillac 5989. H,xI:I:Is, SMALI. .Q I..-xwsox, -I4 congress Sn., XY., Mala 3090. - .HOUSE .FINANCIAL CORP., 3rd Floor Dime Bank Bldg.. Main 1320. E. E. MAC CRONIC .Q COMPANY, 301 Pennwu-ot Bldxr., C'herry 7460. ll. XV. NOIBLI-I 8 CO., 318 Dime Bunk Bldg., Main 6026. CHARLES A. PARCELS S: COMPANY, Members Detroit Stork ICXUIIIIIII-70, Bonds, Short Term Notes, Stocks, 352-35.1-350 Penohsm-ot Bldg.. Main 3770. SI'ICURI'l'Y MORTGS., CORP., 540 Mnjs-stle Bldg., Main 2036. ' C1-IAS, E. SMITH .Q CO., 708 Empire Bldg., Cherry 1029. 'l'll1'I BANKERS LAND AND lNV1'1STMEN'l' COR- I'ORATlON, The Million Dollar Housing Col'- poratinn. Olllcesz 143 Griswold St., PIIOHCI NNN 2530, Jllgh Grndo Investments, Our Six Per Cent Real Estate Mortgage Bonds Are The BEST. THOMAS MOltTGAGl'l UO., G Per Cont First Murt- Izanes for Investors, 252-54 aIId 500 l"L'Il0IINl'0I- Bldg., lbetrolt, Mleh., Dallas, Texas and IGNI- porla, Kansas. REAL l41S'l'A'l'I'1 Tl-IIQO, L. BARRY, Real Estate .Q lnsuranee. 31-I Play St., Market 130. H AV111. E. Bender, 1705 lllaek Ave., Hlrrknry 2835. BIQSSENGIQR Moomc LAND fiom-ANY, su Unnm Trust Bldg., Main 1107. BOSWELI. REALITY CO., Real Estate .Q I1l!11ll'1ll110, 2830 Grand River, Gnrih-Id 1503. CHAS. w. mII1'1'oN co., 17:41-:Io Dlme Hunk IMI:-. Main 4073. CAMPAU REALIITY CO., 288 Mc-liougall, Edgewood 028. CITY .Q f'ouN'I'I1Y RIcAI.I'rY Co., IIIl.l'l'y N- Mudue. 2-1 M1-Grnw Bldg., Cadlllae 00. CLIIIMONS KNIGHT MIENARD CO., 725-7 Farwell BldI.:., Cadillac 7200. CONOVER-STENVART, INC., Ojllxway Properties, 3300 Nvoodward Ave., Hemloek 5832. 1 1 1 l . . P 1 . l Q l. i 2 1 1 9 1 I Q. .1 E l4 EW' Y 1. 1 tv CRAIG REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, 54 Rowland Bldg.. Main 2057. HARESY B. DANBY, 29015 Woodward Ave., 1-lemloek GT '. IJICKINSON REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, 205 Old Whitney Bldg., Cadillac 333. EBEI-l'1', 309 Majestic Bldg., Money to Loan on Vacant Lots, Land Contracts Bought, Flrst and Second Mortgages. Will Buy Real Estate Equlties. FEDERAL REAL ESTATE CONST., CO., 1935 Mack Ave., Hickory -173-1 or -1434. Fl-116111: UO., Real Estate Subdlvlslons, 308 Free Press Bldg., Main 3155. .l. J. GAMBLE REALITY CO., 2183 Grand Rlver, Gartleld 1980. NV. NV. GATES, Improved Property MY Specialty, 1013-1-1 Chamher ot' commerce, Cherry 751. HARRY GUJDINGS, Good Real Estate at Reason- ahle Prices, Suhdlvlslons, Residence Sz Investment Property, 302 Penobscot Bldg., Muln 1-189-1908. GREIG M GEORGE, Insurance, Established 1009. 3070 .Jefferson East, Hickory 2378. HAMMET Sz O'MA1!A, 2303 Grand Rl-ver, Gar- field 1715. HAYES REALTY CO., 1103 Chamber ot' Commerce, Main 0-158. l'l1,v1VARD HENKEL REALTY CO., Land Contracts. Real Estate Investment, Insuranr-e, 1305 Dime Hank Bldg., Cherry 2630. A. ID. HILLMAN, Real Estate, Flats-Resldences- Apartments, Factory Sites-Exehnnges a Spe- 4-lallty, 213 llammond Bldg., Main 000. fnfllecy 1l'nlnut 3-12 tresldencej. JAMES S. HOLDEN UO., 500 Holden Bldg., Cherry -1870. 111.1111-I FINDERS, -11-1 Free Press Bldg., Cherry 287. A. S. 1-IUNTER, 1560 Mack Ave., Llncoln,118. JONES. MURPHY k MCKINNEY, Real Estate Bu- reau, T05 Beaublen, Melrose 2170. ' K. XV. REALTY CO., 402 Emplre Bldg., Cherry 3052. GEORGE ll. KEYES 8: SON, Real Estate, In- snranre. and Loans. 203 1Vhltney Bldg. Main 1951. KIRBY-SORGE FELSKE CO., Real Estate-lnsuxw nnve S: Building 1-1111-1-118 Dllne Bank Bldg., Mnln 277. 13122-fum pw-1'-wvfTl' 1+ aff D5 liars H W9 fri -l-.fn alps 1fl"'l'7 falmgniee 13 Q, R0b 3 H ff? Rgmgv' ll. W. LEACll, -117 IIAMMOND Bldg., Main 3295. T. FRED LEE, Real Estate, Leases, Investments and lnsurancc, Member of Detroit Real Estate Board and Natlonal Real Estate Assoeiatlun. PERSONAL SERVICE. 5-18 Penobscot lildg., Main 236-7-8. MASON CU., 2058 Grand River, Garfield 1430. MITCHELSON LAND 61: HOME CO., 717 Ford Bldg., Cadlllac 770. ' IGNATIUS MIRKOVICH, Real Estate, 304 Old Whltney Bldg., Maln 4250. NATIONAL REALTY CO., -102 Real Estate Ex- 4-hange Bldg., Cadillac 393.3 or 3036. J. R. N1X REALTY CO., Rooming House llead- quarters, 513-1-1-15 Sun Bldg., Cadillac 59-15. A. PANTOS, Real Estate and General Brokerage, Translatlons. Cellectlons, 208 St-herer Hldg., Cherry 4841. SEAHOLT-IYIOULIHAN CO., Real Estate and ln- suranee, S McGraw Bldg., Main 2632. ROBERT SEGELL, 0 McGraw Bldg.. Cherry 2-l-10. SPIEGEL BROS., 826 Ford Bldg., Main 4205. A. J. SPOONER, Real Estate .W Flre Insurance, 1170 NVest 1Varren Ave., 1Valnut -1055-G-T, Brnnvh Orl'1c'cs: 101-1 Forest Ave., E., near Semlnolc- Lincoln 2114. 2037 Grand Rlver.Ave., Garfield 2031. ALFRED F. STEINER, 2105 Gratiot Ave., lnnvuln 3590. SUN REALTY CO., -111 l-'ree Press Bldg., Main 1267. Ojlhway Real Estate Exclusively--"The New Steel Clty," Canadian Offlr-e-Unvls rlldg., Windsor, Ont. TERRY REALTY CO., 3-130 VVoudward Ave.. Hem- lock 45142. B. E. TAYLOR, Developer of Improved Hulldlng Lots, 501 Ford Bldg.. Cadillac 4403. ALFRED TROMBLEY, 20118 Gratiot Avo., Llnvoln 1680. EDMUND TYSZKA. 1415 Chene St.. Northway -1371. YVARREN HOMER .Q CO., 1227 Chamber ot' Com- merr-e. Main 0406. XVAYNE COUNTY LOAN .Q REALTY CO., 012 Congress Bldg.. Cadillac 1248. G. NV. ZANGET1 REALTY CO., Speolallsts In West Detrolt T'l'0llC'l'f3', 20 Bagley Ave., Carllllnr' 73114. 1 Acacia . . A Abbott, Ruth ............. 74 512 Index Boynton, A. G ....... Bradshaw, john Brake, H. Dale ...... Brandt Carl G ...... Actuarial Statisticialll Society . . . . . . .458 303 Adams. Floyd ................ ..... Adams, Henry C... ......... . Adams, Thomas. ............ . Adelphi 1-louse of Representa Aigler, Ralplt W. ............ . All-Fresh Football Squad ..... 35 ..... .... 385 tives. . . . .423 ........311 ........337 Breakey, John C ..... Brewer, Fitzhugh Brophy, George .... Brown, George M .... ......198 All-Fresh Tennis Squad .... .... 3 70 Alpha Chi Omega ....... ....686 Alpha Chi Sigma ............. ...596 Alpha Delta Phi ........ ............. 4 94 Alpha Delta Phi Football Team ........ 376 Alpha Epsilon Iota ............. .680 Alpha Kappa Kappa .......... .... 5 80 Alpha Nu ........ .....424 Alpha Omega Alpha .... ..... 4 28 Alpha Phi .......... ..... 6 82 Alpha Rho Chi .... 590 Alpha Sigma .. ..,... ..... 5 66 Alpha Sigma Phi ..... ..... 5 36 Alpha Tau Omega ..... ..... 5 30 Alpha Xi Delta ...... ...... 6 96 Alumni ............ ............. 3 7-40 Alumnae 1-louse ...................... 706 American Institute ut' Electrical Engi- neers ........................... 452 Aineriean Society of Mechanical Engi- neers . .......,.................. 453 Anderson G. D. ................. 36, 160 Anderson Henry N. . .. ...... 160 Anderson Helcnf .... ..... 3 08 Angell, Robert C ..... Angell, William .... Ann Arbor Days . .. Apfel, Edith ..,,,, Architects--1920 ..,,, .........357 Architectural Seniors .... Aiistulochite Society ...... Atlienae Literary Society .. Athletics ................. Athletic Association .... Athletics, XYotnen's ., ,, August H. A. ..... Avery. joseph ...... , ,, B ltabst. lwarl D ...................... Baehman. Reed E ...... 436, Badc. NVilliam ..... ...... Baker, Joseph L ,,,, Baker, Mary ....... Ballard, Milner S. . . , , Barnes, Russell .,,, Barristers ......, , , Bartelme, Philip ,,,,, Bartz, Nicholas B ..... Baseball -.... ............... . .. 383, 391, 311 .....407, . .... 385 ......383 . . . . .63-68 H636 . . . . 199-201 ..433 ..658 . . . .311 . .311 ..629 396 ..383 ii i ,' 1:35, .. 35 408 334 357 . . 275 ...35l, 36 444 4-11 ......311 .. ...370 341 Basketball ........................... 361 13-Wkelhally Phi Kappa Sigma 377 lfflskelbflll. Senior Lit. ....... Basketball Team, Upstatgrg , Bates. Henry M. ......... .. Batlin, H. I-I, , liFlXl'2l'. Stewart.. Bayonne Clubn, Beal, Iunius ...... Beartlsley, Rayu .........378 218 ....35, ......274 .....395 ......469 34 Brown, George A .... Brown, Oscar A .....' .. Brown, William 1-1 .... Brumm, John R ..... Buell, Bruce G ....... Burkholder, Paul W... Burrows, Lee J. . . . . .. Burton, Marion Leroy. Butler, Lawrence Buzbee, A. S .......... C Cabinet Club ........ Camp Davis . ......... Campbell, Brewster '. '.'.lihb, iiiiisst, fffffisi. ..'.'.'.I'.'1bb, kia? ' Campbell, Chesser M ........ 436, , Campus Societies . ..437, 385, Carey, Harry M . . . .. .... 436, Cary, John C ................... Caryatides .... . ....... , ...... Central Debating League .... . Chapin, Marguerite Chapin, Roy ............ . Chitnes Chi Omega ...... Chi Psi ........ Cholettc, Patil li ........ ..... Chinese Students' Chopp, Chester . Clark, ,Ianrcs H. Clark, John C. . Classes Class Officers 1920 Architects 1921 Architects 1922 Architects 1923 Architects 1920 .Dents 1921 Dents .... 1922 Dents .... 1923 Dents 1920 Engineers 1921 Engineers 1922 Engineers 1923 Engineers 1920 lflomeops 1922 Ielonieops 1923 Homeops 1920 Laws .... 1921 Laws 1922 Laws .... 1920 Literary 1921 Literary 1922 Literary .. 1923 Literary . 1920 Medios 1921 Medics 1922 Medics . .. 1923 Medics .. 1920 Nurses . 1920 Pharmics . 1921 Pharmies 1923 Phartnics. Bell, Ferdinand Benjamin, I-I. S... Beny, Chas S .... Bernstein, Joseph Beta Phi ...... Beta Theta Pi. ,, Black, Alfred F.. Blakeslee, Willis C ..... kill. -... . Board ot' Regents ......... Borinstein, Wilfred R ..... Bottum, C. Bouma, Edward Bowerman, Edwar Bowers, Edwin C 2171311 Boxing Club .......... ij' 4 . ,. 4. ....311, .... ....36, 334 304 311 380 546 504 245 383 34 336 427 351 ....343 .380 380 Club... . . . 207- Clark, ,Marguerite ..... Cleary, R. M ............ L ..... . . . Clemo, Clarence J. ..... .... . Clements, VVilliam Collegiate Sorosis Collins, Robert Commerce Club . .. . Commencement .. Convocation . . . . Cook, Robert .... ...35l, Cook, NValter D ...... Cooper, Roland S ..... .... ..... Corey Alton XV, ................... .. Cosmopolitan Club Covell, Mark B. .. 436, 448, ass, 36 381 432 432 334 272 385 205 432 422 296 402 351 359 373 .33 356 321 464 196 385 487 425 389 315 698 421 389 38 388 690 49.2 385 476 408 451 432 310 198 274 394 304 236 277 296 307 160 273 293 303 279 297 309 220 276 706 74 212 292 302 20-1 3 215 295 305 253 246 278 308 272 204 34 35 674 307 457 60 62 190 367 343 275 475 387 Creedon, Richard T ..... .......... Cress, Elmer Cross, Arthur G ........ .... 3 51, 353, Cross Country, All-fresh ............... Cross Country, Varsity .............. Crossley, V. E ........... ........ Cruse. Williatn R ....... .... 3 15, Culver, Ward ...... .... 3 15, Cushman, W. B .... ....... Czysz, Frank R. ...... .... 3 15, D Dakin, John I ......... . . . Dames, Michigan ..... - - . Daniels, T. C ........... Darbaker, James M ..... .. - Darling, Cyrenus G... . . . Delta Chi .......... . .. Delta Delta Delta.. . ... Delta Gamma .' ..... : .... . - . Delta Kappa Epsilon Delta Sigma Delta ..... - .. Delta Sigma Rho .. . Delta Tau Delta... -- .- Delta Theta Phi .... .-.- Delta Upsilon ... - --- Delta Upsilon .. ----- Dcntal Seniors . Dentistry ......... De Pree, Isla G .... Dormitories ....... Doty, Merle B ..... Doyle, Thurman Druids ............... Dutlield, George . .. Duncanson. Donald A .... Dunbar, Duke XV ......... 380 330 356 375 359 421 323 327 307 330 385 560 308 160 203 520 694 670 496 562 432 512 588 508 508 243 . . .238- . ...40S, .....220, Dunn, Earle VV ...................... Dunn, Glenn ........................ Dunne, R. Jerome .... 315, . E liades, Charles C ....... liades, George .. ..... Eager, Henrv I ..... Earle, George N. . . . Eaton. Patil NV .... Eftinger, Iohn R .... lfhlbert, Mark K .... . Eielt, Louis ............. 323. 363. ""iis'52ai" 1 1 Ellis. Florabel Engineering and Arclutecture. . . . . . . . .. Engineering Seniors ............162, Episcopal Dormitory F Fagerburg. Dewey Fall Games .......... .... ..55, Farrell, Stephen J'. .... .... 3 51, 356, Favorite, William Finch. 'Russell L ....... Fiero. Harry ........... - . - Finkbeiner, Donald A .... -.-. Fletcher, Fred S. ...... . . .- Forbes, David A ...... ..... Football, All-Fresh ..... ....... Football. Varsity ...... ......... Fortune, VVilliam P .... .... 3 15, Forestry Club ....... ....... Forsythe, E. T ...... Foster, L. I... Foss, C. G ...... Fox, Edmund .- . .. Fraternities .. General Professional Fraternity Rushing Rules .... .... Frayer, XVilliam A ....... ..... Freeman. Florence ..... ....... French. Lester .... Fresh mon ........ ....30l Frcsltmen Spread .... . ......... ..... Frev. Froernke, Gerald. . Tames ........ . ............... . 328, 343, 348, 244 295 700 189 276 440 410 373 221 432 315 367 292 334 .36 359 408 381 432 432 420 158 196 710 383 57 359 190 205 308 395 373 311 337 313 325 459 277 205 278 293 489 490 556 401 311 636 279 309 656 383 315 rf 0 11 Index-Contin ued 5 1 fi .1 Maynard, Thomas ................... 359 H G ' J b Alb C J 272 11tfieEdlSls'lJRl0nt Bo"'il1"""1ii"lr""'29S 1 ' . . . ' aco s, er! .................... e ica an. row in E ic tgan.. a ggigszg 1121. -1:11222 Joimsorr, Carl E .... 36, 351, ass, asv, 43: Merlgcat School .... ............ 3 32-317 Gamma Eta Gamma -,-. -"'- 5 84 Johnsonu Roy .................. Medical Seniors .............. 6- 1 - . r - . -0 Jones, Lrretchcn ....... ..... .......... 7 4 Meese, William R ....- -....35l mamma lht Beta ..... ..... 6 1 , , i , Ga, ,, 16 , ,,.,,,,.,,, ,,,,, 3 90 Josenh. Julian H .-.- -----.-- 3:8 Merkel, L. C .... 1 ....33rr S Y - . Garrett Thomas llii ,343 Junior Hop ............. ...48O, 482 Merner, R. 1' ..... .......220 r . A . . . ., Gau1t.Ra1p1, F - 381 Junior Ilop Committee .... ........ 4 80 Llerrill, Forrest ....... ...05 - . ', 7' ""' "" ' . ............... ..... 2 80-290 Messher D. K.... ..... 36, 444 Lrencbaclt, Lowell .... ...... 3 48 Juniors , , 7 , , 1 5 I ..- ,, - yr. ."- 7,412 Junior Girls Play. ..... , ...... 64.. Mrclngamua ,,,,,, , ..... 8, 43? George Did It 40 , , Q 39 1 Gevirtz, Milton G..,... ...... 367 M1ch1gan Alumnus, . ..... 1 C111 G,.a.s0n .'."','-.- .iul 3 5 K Michigan Daily ............... .. .... 8 . 5 . . . . 461 C111 w,,11ace A ..'-.'..'.- H... 3 04 , . , Michigan Lducational Club. ...... '--.'.v r ' - f IXHFPUS, Althttl' I.. .... 343, 346, 363, 305 Michigan Engineering Society ........ 454 trials Lducatlonal Club .... ....666 Kappa Alpha Them 684 I , , , ff 382 Girls' Glee Club ............. .,.. 0 38 Kappa Ima PS1 """"""' 1':'g42 M1C111sanc11stanR5ta! ........... .... 3 98 Girls' Glee Club, Freshmen... .... 639 Kappa Kgmm ' 1,78 Mlcgfgdn, fawh Lfvmw """"' ,""'w., Girls' Mandolin Club ........ .... 6 40 K, X1 ' H H ' qq4 ic inn , QC mc. """ """' ' " , - - .- ,"l'l'a f." """""' "" ' Michigan Litton Views .... ...484-488 Glee Club, bchool of Music .... .... l 141 lx 5 ,, 522 , , , - , GI, , 311113 1.4113 --'- ----- - Michigan Union Opera ..... ...407-41- cnn, Burdette .......... . ...... 343 Kemm Kemp 408 M. h. T . Owl 412 cllearnir N. A ........ . ........ 1 os - ' ' , """" ""' , EC 'HHH Ullmf '-'CSlffl--- , ,' D r 1 , 4116 lxelmedl- James lv-H -'-'- -73 Midwest Debating League ........... .422 Glove" Wg" "" """"' ' Kvlltllvkv Club ----- '---- 4 06 Mil"-Q lim-1 ..... ........,. . ...42l Goetz' Angus ""' " ""' 315' 321 Kent Hall ........ ..... 7 08 11111152 1-1,.uce"f"' 383 389 336 141 Goff-.VfC'0" M ---- --'-'--- 3 4 Kfdrney, J. w .... ------ 2 74 Millfrf N. .'...'.iI.I.b.1k.1 goshkml' JFiCkM"' """ Kifwilh 10521111 - '---"-' ----" 3 6v 204 Mimes ............. ............... 4 03 l j1'il'l"v WWW ---- --" - King, Alan F ............ ..... 1 80, 305 1- .-1 1 1' 5,1 vlll H lll. 40f. 139 ?q"3tt0'lL:gfli-,'gk' - - "" Kirchgcssner, William .............. 348 11t1Ex1,E5?' 1Q1,:1g,.nD ..'. H .3111 373 rrecn - oc in ,... -------- Klump, James S ..................... 205 Moore 1:.,,.1 V .411 412 Griftins .... L ...... .. .... 58, 444 K 1 , K 111 T '.-,', 31f, 324' 343, 34j ' " """ " Gri-idler. Robert. .. .... -,--273 Kflrifrf l'le?lm2iit .... ..... 7 ........... 3 ri 52122, '1.j"ffjjjjjjm 'fjjjjggfl Kolb, Norman lu .......... .......... 3 03 Mortar 11031.11 ."."',.-. .-0.1152 L Mount Clleinin? Club .... I. . Mraz, Etwarc r ........ .... H , , , . ' I Murchison, Charles . . .292 4 La Sociedad llispaiitca ........ 4n5 Mu Phi Epsilon ....6R8 H Lambert, S. A. ......... .......... 2 21 Mu,-an, 1',,,,,eg 0 ,,,, 34 Hall, llafulcl 1 ......... ...... -I 08 Lamport, 1Y1an1,cw 'U'4118, 410 Ml1siC and Drm1mH.HU --.401 . H2-ll,110uf-9 ----.-- 1 ---- ------ 4 -712 Lrrmbrla Chi Alpha .... ........ 5 44 gavnllttalr 59l1vl't L ---- ---- 1 larrilis, David ll .... .. .... 306 Mc H -amme s in on ..... . .... . ,, . Lane' View, 11 ,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 19 1 ' Hiiligllt-ui: Eklljallilll - -- ---'---- l'.7lllR'Cl1l13l1. Eric P .... . . .3-13, 347 McClintock, James T ..... . . .35, 389. 4313 FU' CC r 'UHCUC ----- ------ - Larkc, L. D ......... ...... 2 21 IXIJC31-1y, C, II, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 3 6, 27, Hard. Dorothy ---- 296 Larsen, Edwin S .... ..... 4 08 MHC - '14, C, fy, ,.,,,, ,,,,205 1:1ardelI,Il5. P.d .... ...... 3 Larson, JT' 12.1 ..... ..... ' 180 Itflfm-qodrfdii, C. W ...... . .... arpst, 'owar ..... ........ , -1, 1 ,,,,, 353 111.17 1 . 1 5. 1 ...I UH, , Hart, Thomas A ....... ...308 409 Lg:2c,QnI,1ar0??1l .,,,, 357 1117-U?,tfL11l.f0?'1,a,1,.5! H ,,,302 Hart, Pembroke ,....... .... 7 4, 444 Lauver' Harold ,,,,, 408 y.1..1r 1 d' 1. ...3n3 HaW1Jl'Ill, Horace R ..... .... . 220 Law' ................ ..... 2 18 1McGill,mZf .......... ...303 HEMI, Hllmel' ---.--- ---..- 4 11 Law Football Team... ........ 376 M G -k, A ,,,, ...42 Helbig, Frank I ..... . .... 36, 246 Law Seniors ......... .... 2 22-233 MEKEI-, Wdliln ........ ..... 1 60 Helley, Catherine.. .... . ........ 304 Le Cercle Francais... ........ 460 McKinley, lim-l B ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, 35 Henderson, NVillmm ..... ..... 3 33, 366 Leitzingcr, William... .... 407, 411 MCLm,111, Pierce ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, 36 Hermitage .......... ........ 6 02 Leland, Frank Tl .... ...... 3 4 MqMpmig, ff, F, ,,,,,,,, 552, 40, 447, 586 I-It-th, H. Hardy. .... ...... 3 85 Lemp. Clarence J' .... ..... 2 78 McNigh1, G, G ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 227 Hillier, D. I..f... .... 246 Les Voyageurs ..... ......... .... . 4 49 Hills, Carlton R ..... .... 2 05 Lindstrotn, L. O. 'B .................. 351 N Hindes, John W ...... .... ........ 4 2 2 Literary and Scientific Societies ...... 431 ' Hinkson, Alice. .,................ ....636 Literary Societies ................ ...451 Napier' Ca,.011,,c .'... 'lhg h 'H202 . Hinshaw, VVillian1 VV ...... 35, 36, 74, 440 Literary Seniors ...... ...... 7 6-157 Nash' David DHL lll' 36' 440 I'Ill'9!'ll1l1Ell'l. I-T. B .................. ,,.236 Logan, Royd H... ........ 383 Nay' I. George ..,. -."'.. 2 115 , I'l1rth, L. R ............ ..., ........ 36 Lorch, lxtttll ....... .......... 1 97 Newark C1u1, "'...'.. ..'. , 468 Hitchcock, Hugh .... .... 3 B5 Losch, Richard .... 351, 357 N,3w1,e,.,.y Re,1,1e,,cc ,W702 Hockey Team, Senior ..... , .... .... 3 79 Loud, Gordon ..... 408, 410 New 15,,g1a,.,,1 C1u1, .H477 Hockey Team, Trigon .... .......... 378 Loucks, Alvin ..... ...... 3 15, 326 Nimxm 111111, ...'.'. H1474 'Hockey Team, Varsity Informal .... ,.370 Lundgren, Carl L .... .... 3 20, 343, 344 N0,.,15,,.m,,' 11,113 .H277 'Hggm1, Carl T ,,,,,,,, 35, 36, 380, 427 444 Llltl, liarl F ......... .......... 2 07 N05 1111111105 C351 glll' .-.4l4 Hulbrggk 'Evans , Lyons, Chalmers G ..... .. ..... 23a Nm.s1,,g '-.-.'.'... HH H1545 Holden, Jack P ..... ..... ....408, M Holmes, R. H ........ . ........ O l'loxnenpatl1ic Seniors.. . ..... 452, 453 - ' - Honor Soc'eties .... . ....... 425 Lfaclnlyre, M .......... ...302 O'Dennell, NVilltam SH.. ...20S H"t"t. l'0l't11P1l1 S ...- ---.-- 3 36 Madden, C. K ..... .....307 Oisen, Elsa ............ ...636 House Cltths ......... ....593 Magrath, Earl K .... ..... 3 31 Opera Committees ....4ll' Hllllaf. ll9ll1'V K .----- --.4-343 Major, Donald ...... .... 3 91 Opera Cast ........... ...408 1-Iubbarll. Lucius --.- 34 Marcus, Sarah . ........ .....205 Oratory .... ...... ...4l0 H0fTIflFIl1. LUCY ------ ---- 5 36 Marinus, Carlton I ........ ..... 2 75 Oratorical Association .. .,.. 420 Hurley, Ge'-rtze ........ .... 3 89 Martha Cook Dormitory .... ..... 7 04 Order of the Coif ...... .... 4 30 lltttchins, llarry B .... 34 Marx, Milton ............ ...... I 387 Organization ......... .... 4 01 Mason, Carl H .......... .... 3 6, 440 Pago, Clarence E... .... 276. ' Mast, E. F. ..... ....... 3 07 Palma, Joseph ....... .... 2 os' I Masque Plays ..... ...., 6 P Masques ............ ........ . I. Initiations ................ .. 58, 59 Mather, Edwin J.... ...337, 363 1 6 26 Intramural Department .... 373 Mathews, Tl. B ..... ...220, 227 1,3l'kCl'r 101111 C --'---.--. 1 ------ -3 r' 344, Iota Sigma Pi ..... ..... .... 6 6 7 Manern, IJcwis..., ...... . ...... 276 larks, Vernon H ......... . ..... -34.3. Ireland, Neal D. ...' ....432 Matthews, Robert F .... ..... 4 32 Parsons, In W.r.36, 190, 311, 351r 393' Ireland, Paul M .... .... 2 05 Maxwell, Lawrence .. .... 35 Patterson,.C. lx .................. Irwin, Chas. E .... 36 May. Alfred ........ ..... 2 93 Peach. Willard ------- - ----- ---1-315' 329 , 1 . ' ,Ir 0 ,1 f ' .III- ' - z'l-542119. is no .c V?fZ1':vjP?"f 'QQ' 1--QL -' cz.,-0 "w1.."'f 1 M ' A 1 J'g1wl"'1'r1l'.f'1f11.Z .1 1 1 .r. Shoemaker, C. S ........ 34, Quadrangles ..... . . .. . .. vw 1 , 1 L .IF 1 ,A fl. 1 1- S f 31 Peare, Robert S... . Pear , Peterson, Walter Peterson, I-larold I!ett.y,, Fred' I. . . tnan Charles .. 1 .... -.Pharmacy ...... . . . . Phgiitnic Seniors . . Php, --Phl- Alpha 'Delta .... Beta Pi 'Phi Chi ..... Phi Delta Chl -- .Phi Delta Phi ..... 'Phi Delta Theta Phi Gamma Delta .z. Phi Kappa Psi ........ Phi Kappa Sigma ..... Phi Lambda Upsilon .. Phi'Mn Alpha ....... Phi Rho Sigma ..... Phi Sigma ......... Phi 'Sigma Delta ..... Phi Sigma Kappa .. Phylon .......... Pi Beta Phi ....... Pi Delta Epsilon Pierce. james M .... Pi Upsilon Rho ..... Pollack, James K ..... Popp, ll. 1. ......... Popular Professors .. Prather, George C .... Prescott Club ...... P,-ice, Charles E .... Priulis, .lidward . . . Psi .Omega ..... 'Psl Upsilon ...... .. -Publications .......... lfublication Workers Pulford, Dayton . ....... purest? In SLUEC' 54. Quartcrdeck ... . . . . . . - R Rae, Walter 11 'Red Feather ll feor c I .II1I3E.f' 366 365 296 305 's 35 244 ......'2.4.7'-251 574 572 576 564 588 514 526 506 534 429 528 570 435 550 548 606 676 436 305 582 420 311 . . .. .43-50 ....391, 430 .....456 408 ....385 ....578 562 ....381 ....39 2 ....297 ....443 ....446 365 415 370 Remde 1, . .... Reserve Ofhcets liaining Corps. . . . .. R u. l dgai I Rice Robei t Rtess W 1lte1 Rtndge VV 1 nhu tson Vop,le R Robinson I .lllswotth .... . Rochester Llub Rounu A K Roriek Lelan Rosenthal Samuel R Rottschafei 'li trgatct Round up Llub I man C Rycltenei Ralp O Rye llaiold 'Rybll lelford Xl Sadler Iletbett C. Saginaw Club Sanbotn Itwtn 1 Sanford William Satgent 'lhotnton aawyei Walter H Scalp and Blade 'acute Suction Scnafer Gilbert 1 School of Music Schetdlet Nicholas O Schimmel louis H 'Schirmer A I' Schmitz H D Scluuok Carlton L Schneider Curt P Schuster, Fred J Scientific Societtcs Scofield, leland Scott Fred N U 41 485 302 - . . .......... .... 3 63, 5- - - ......... . ......... ti-, 1 - Q ........ 436, VI I sv! ,' :"' I Y 1 , . x ......... 14 . r., ...:3,2:::: ....... .. ' Rupp, .y ' ', 'Ruzicka, Edward E .... - -, . .... as , 3 4, -, ....... 31, L. . u .. 408, wt i- ' " ' .:::" 5 ....... . , 'I .- ' , ' l- ' .... as, 190, :Q --R ' I .. .... V y ,, . ..ff' 311, I1lC1CX--C07Zti'IlIl-Cd Scott, Harold P ....... Sectional Clubs ........ Sedgwick, Sherwald W .... Sedgwick, 'Theodore C ..... .... Seniors Seniors Architects . .. Dents ..... Engineers ... Homeops .. Laws . . . Lits ,. . . Medics .... Nurses ......... Pharmics ......... Senior Society ........ Shaw, VVilfred B ..... Sharfman, I. Leo ..... Sherman, H. N S ..... Sherwood, Renaud .... . .... ...... Shuter Sigma li. Mortimer ....... V ..... 407, ....389 .....-463 .......351 383, 392 69 199-201 238-243 162-196 252-253 222-233 157 217 262 247-251 . 76- 206- 259- .....668 35 ....432 ....412 385 190, 3111.363 411 ,Alpha lipsilmt .................. 516 Sigma Chi ............ Sigma Delta Chi .... Sigma Delta Kappa .... Sigma Nu ............. Sigma Phi .......... Sigma Phi Epsilon .... Sigma Xi ........... ...-.510 ....n86 ....594 ....524 ....598 ....540 ....-126 ....528 Sinfonia ......... Slater, Frazeur ..... .... 2 94 Slaughter. Marion ..... .... 3 58 Slavens. Samuel ..... .... 3 6 Smith, Cedric C ..... ,...351 Smith, F. M ...... .... 3 73 Smith, I'l. NV ............ ..'..205 Smith,- Olive N ................ .... 4 20 Smith, Shirley W ...... ......... .... . 3 4 Soccer Team, Varsity Informal ........ 375 Society ............. ................ 4 79 Somppi, John li ............. .... 1 98 Sophmores ..... 291-300 Soph Prom ..: ..... 481, 483 Sororities ............. .... 6 69 South African Club .... ......... 4 73 Sparks, Clifford M.... .... 315, 322 Sparks, Harry G .... .... 1 89 Sphinx .......... ,. . ' .... 59, 447 ...'.418 Spotlight ............ rin Caine 54 U Underwood, Thomas J ..... ...... 4 08 Union 'Board of Directors ............ 35 Union. Opera .................... 407-412 United States Marine Corps Club ...... 478 University The ...................... 33 University Choral Union .... '. ......... 406 University Glee and Mandolin Cluh..404 University Health Service ........ ' .... 42 University School of Music Glee Club. .641 University Women ............... 610-620 University Y. XV. C. A ............ 625-653 U. of M. Comedy Club .... ...... 4 13 U. of M. Classical Club... .... 416 V Van Boven, Peter I ....... .... 3 48 Van Ness, Lawrence. . .1 ...... . . . .408 Van Wagoner, Murray D ............. 332 Vaughn, Col. Victor C ................ 202 Velde, Karl ............ 36. 381. 408. 444 Vick, Henry A ....... ......... 3 28, 315 Vulcans .............. ....... 4 39 W Watts. David A ........ ....... 421 Watts, John D ............ ....311, 373 Web and lflange .. . .... . .442 Weeks, Howard. .. .. ........ 387, 391 Weiner, Samuel ..... . ............. 391 Weiss, Benjamin., ..... ..... 3 63, 367, 277 Welsh, Mary A ........ ............ 3 57 Wesbrook, Walter K .... .. .... 3:11, 370 Vlleston, Archie B... .... 315, 322 Wetzel, C G ....... ....... 2 73 Whiting, Henry ...... ...36, 385 Whitney, Harvey A .... ...... 3 08 Wiener. Sam G ..... . ....... 198 Wiley, Phyllis ...... ......... 3 36 Williams, jack G... .... 363, 365 Williams, 0. C. . 1 ..... ' ..236 Wilson, C. O... .... ..... 3 27 Wilson. Hugh ..... .... 3 15, 325 Wilson, John S ..... ........... 4 08 Wilson, Paul R ..... ..T'3.408. 409 Wilson, Wilfred ........ . .... 363. 367 Women's Activities .... Women's Athletics. . . . .......321 ......629 Sp g 1 s .......... -- - - - - - -- Stephanson, 1ileanor...... . . . .636 1920 Baseball .. .. ....63.? 389 436 444 Stevenson, Marion ...... .... - 204 1922 Baseball ..... .... 6 35 .........29-4 Stiles, l"rances........ ....3,91 1920 Basketball.... ....632 . . . , . . .. .274 Stinson, William D. . .. . . . .205 1921 Basketball... ,, , ,634 . . . .387 510118, George F... .. . . . .292 1922 Baskethall. . .. . .. .635 ....471 Stone, XVade ....295 1920 Hoekey.... ,,,,633 ....274 Struckmai., G. ....221 1921 Hockey..... . ..,.633 . . . .408 Student Christian Association. .. .. . .462 1922 Hockey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .63-l ....383 Student Council.............. L. 35 1923 Hockey................. ....3.i6 . . . .305 Student Directory . .. . . . . . . , . . . .394 VVomen's Athletic Association. .. . . . . . .336 , , , ,472 Stylus ................ .... 6 64 Wo1nen's' Athletic Board. ....... ' .... 354 , , , , , , , , -421 Sullivan, R. A. . . . . . . . . .. . . . .385 Women's Cosmopolitan Club. . .. ... .359 ,,,,,,,.,345 Sunderland, lidson R. . .. . . . .381 Women's Drama and 'Music. . . . ... .337 , 4, L, 299 Swanson, Robert ........ .... 2 94 Wotnen' Honor Societies .............. 661 ,UU 5 329 Swart, 1':l'l'lCl'S0ll.... .. ... .383 Women's Judiciary Council. . . . . . . . . . . .655 '....-.422 Swingout 53 hV0lI1C1'l'S League................622, 652 Symphonic League ...... .... 6 50 lVomeu's Organizations .... .... ' .. .651 Women's Society .... ..... ...... l 1 47 T ivong, s. Q ............ .... 1 as -------159 Tau Beta 1'i........... ....427 Woodruff, Lee M.... ....385 --------407 Tau Sigma Delta..... ....434 Vlloolsack ....43l . . . . 418 Taylor, Nelda. . . .. ,,,,278 Worcester, Fred L. . .. . .370 -------432 Tennis ....369 xvYm3ll-JRll1CS....... ....246 -----385 Tennis, Varsity............. ....408 WVYVCYH ....663 -- ----- 32 "The Much lVoo'd Maiden". .... 417 ............465 Theta ....ssz X 9 Theta Delta Chi ....518 X.1,,. Pl. , ' 444 Theta Phi Alpha ........ .... 6 92 ' S' " ---- ------- ---- J 6 S Theta ....592 ... .. . . .... 'li10l11Z'lSDll, Emery ........ . . .. 3: . Y -. - - Thompson, Frederick M. . .. .. . .383 ymmgjohn. Chris M' . N . H 422 --'-408 Ifwhyv Cllffofd M -------- ---- 2 21 Yost. Fielding 1-1 ..... .... 3 15 320 . . .198 'lrack .... ............. ..... 3 4 9 Y W C A 621' 653 - . -383 Triangles .............. 59, 448 ' ' ' ' ""' ' ""' ' A .....385 Trigun .....600 4 Z .... . . .205 Trigon Hockey Team. . .. . . . .378 , ........451 Tachaeche. W. ....393 Zeta Beta Tau.... ....358 . . . .315 T-Square ............ .... 6 65 Zeta Psi. . ....... .... 5 00 .......381 Tubbs, Clara..... ....663 Zigler. Arthur.... ....396 ' 1 I 1 r 2 E 3 u45mmH7m:1urmum


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