University of Michigan - Michiganensian Yearbook (Ann Arbor, MI)

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PROMPTLY . 202,31 Enruumnminjir MICHIGANENSIAN PVBLISHED BY THE 5ENIOH CLA55E5 OF THE UNIVERSITY or MICHIGAN MARION LER.OY BURTON 17 A TT TT 11 C A ro MARION LEROY BURTON PRESIDENT OF THE I ; UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN WE RESPECTFULLY DEDI- CATE THIS, THE 1921 MlCMIGAIVKVSIAN l s ' tlu It Is stamina. n.tf jprnu si 7 J J u 0 411 Maze a m.dL mem. " W Sf t v ' O- J r ' ffcem, that remember across barvnens nvat crounea w Ker v41e IDOS kin of ine conquered Last, ?uled tke at ni kt in iny kumble den I dreexnx Of ike glories ikal uaeJ to be Of Hannibal irikii tke Alpine Trail Oi Drake on tke, ope,n 5ed : rind tker I zander tke ancient oay To tke dream ! love tke best , ale (DM Kirvfc ol Ine ODnquered ruled tk I ALUMNI JHLM.L A s " fc$ m + ur itf rx.-ZJlSL ! ! $jS .. ' , .,- v i t ' jeJ fte 4 m J j LW " i 1 v tf S i , 8MHir mSA j !S v v . v SSni M4HTHA COOBC THIS LIE _. .. i :?..- = tfE5S . v ' " 1 ? " l ' ' r j? .. -;. i-O- " .vv- - ' l- " x . i- ' MrT;.t 3-t ffXH - - . . v -. ' ' VfC- J irfJ; % J 5-L J - .-- _. ci. T .-.- - : -. -; (GYMNASIUMS ' MEMCAJL r-V MAJLL r ' ., ' - W- ' -... .i " : : ' i " : 7 ' a - SENIORS THE -MICH1GANENSIAN- 1921 IX w m CLEMENTS Board of Regents SAWYER BEAL MURFIN LELAND HANCHETT MEMBERS MARION LEROY BURTON, Ph.D., L.L.D., President WALTER H. SAWYER WILLIAM L. CLEMENTS VICTOR M. GORE JAMES 0. MURFIN JUNIUS E. BEAL Lucius L. HUBBARD FRANK B. LELAND BENJAMIN S. HANCHETT SHIRLEY- W. SMITH, Secretary Thirty-three THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 Deans of the Schools and Colleges F.FF1NGER COOLEY LLOYD JOHN R. EFFINGER MORTIMER E. COOLEY VICTOR C. VAUGHAN HENRY M. BATES . ALFRED H. LLOYD . MARCUS L. WARD WlLBERT B. HlNSDALE VAUGHAN BATES WARD HlXSDALE College of Literature, Science and the Arts College of Engineering and Architecture Medical School . Law School Graduate School College of Dental Surgery . Homeopathic Medical School Thirty-four THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 YERKES McMAxis 1921 LITERARY OFFICERS WALLACE FREDERICK J. PETTY . ALETHEA YERKES JEAN A. WALLACE JOHN E. McAlANis . . President Vice President Secretary Treasurer W m Thirty-five rHE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I92I McLouTH JACOBS PORTER ARMSTRONG EATON MCK.EAN BAXTER WIEMAN BURKHOLDER CAMPBELL ANGELL DUFFIELD THORPE JOYCE 1921 Literary Committees SOCIAL PIERCE McLouTH, Chairman HAROLD P. LINDSAY BOYD H. LOGAN ERNESTINE J. HALL BEATRICE N. BECKWITH DOROTHY F. ULBRIGHT MARLAND B. SMALL CLASS DAY ALBERT C. JACOBS, Chairman LAWRENCE C. BUTLER WILLIAM H. INGHAM LEE M. WOODRUFF MARGUERITE E. CLARK ALICE B. HINKSON GLADYS REINEKE INVITATION DONALD J. PORTER, Ch. FREDERICK B. WICKHAM THOMAS I. UNDERWOOD CHARLES DANTO Lois B. DEVRIES MARCELLA B. MOON ALICE E. BECKHAM PIPE AND CANE ERNEST K. ARMSTRONG, Ch. ARTHUR E. PIERPONT FITZHUGH L. BREWER Thirty-six FINANCE PAUL W. EATON, Chairman HUNTER G. GRIFFITH JOHN L. HANLEY AUDITING C. STEWART BAXTER, Ch. JOSEPH W. CUMMINGS MARION L. GILL PROMENADE ROBERT C. ANGELL, Ch. CHARLES C. HAMILL ROBERT L. DRAKE MARY D. LANE HELEN R. KOCH SING ROBERT E. MCK.EAN, Ch. JOHN HENRY DOROTHY DUNLAP BERNICE J. NICKELS CAP AND GOWN DONALD J. THORPE, Chairman VERNON R. PARKS JOHN F. DUNN ERMA SCHREIBER MILDRED P. SHERMAN MEMORIAL ELTON E. WIEMAN, Chairman CHARLES E. MURCHISON WILLIAM H. JOHNSTON KATRINA SCHERMERHORN CECELIA FOHEY BANQUET PAUL W. BURKHOLDER, Ch. PERRY P. HUTCHINSON GEORGE M. GILMORE MARY KIRKPATRICK MARJORIE I. WEST RECEPTION CHESSER M. CAMP BELL, Ch. LOWELL GENEBACH WARREN M. HERRON BENJAMIN J. WINTER AGNES SMITH DOROTHY E. DODGE DOROTHY HERRMAN SOUVENIR DWIGHT P. JOYCE, Ch. JACK GARDNER WILLIAM WIRT HELEN KOLB DOROTHY KINGSFORD PICTURE GEORGE DUFFIELD, Chairman SAMUEL R. ROSENTHAL JACK G. WILLIAMS THE-MICHI IB A. DEAN ADAMS EVAH ANDERSON . Girls ' Educational Society. LEIGH CHARLES ANDERSON . Phi Lambda Upsilon. RACHEL MARY ANDERSON Lansing . Say City . Muskfgon West View, Ohio H. P. ANDRE ASEN .......... Greenville Alpha Beta Phi; Alpha Kappa Psi; Belding-Greenville Club; Cercle Francais; Comedy Club. ROBERT COOLEY ANGELL ..... . . Detroit Delta Kappa Epsilon; Druids; Varsity Tennis (3); Sports Editor, Michigan Daily (3) (4); Class Hockey (3); Glee Club_(3); Pi Delta Epsilon. WILLIAM F. ANGELL ...... ' M i fig Detroit Phi Kappa Sigma; Pi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Xu; Sphinx; Gargoyle (2); Michi- ganensian (3); Alumnus (3). OCTAVE ANTONIO .......... Flint President, La Sociedad Hispanica; Sec ' y, 11 Circolo Italiano. EDITH APFEL . . . . . . . . . . . Ann Arbor ETHEL LUCILLE APFEL Ann Arbor i Thirty-seven THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 DOROTHY ARBAL ' GH Highland Park ERNEST K. ARMSTRONG . ..... Ulillersburg, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Druids; Asst. Baseball Mgr. (2) (3); Opera Committee (3) (4); General Student Committee on Athletics. ARTHUR H. ARNDTS . Trigon; Union Opera (2). HELEN L. ARNOT Kappa Kappa Gamma. ALLA L. ASIRE Chi Omega. Marshall . Jeddo Marquftte GEORGE V. ATHEY Beta Theta Pi. GERTRUDE E. AVER Flavors ' Club. Enid, Oklahoma . Oak Harbor, Ohio JOSEPH ALFRED AVERY .... LBi . South Bend, Ind. Monks; Comedy Club (2) (3) (4); President (3) Manager (4) Cast, " Green Stockings " (2); Class Auditing Committee (3); Photographic Editor, Michi- ganensian (3) (4); Chimes (4); Student Council (4). MARJORIE B. AVERY . Kappa Alpha Theta; Stylus. Ri BY ELLIOTT AYRES . Detroit Coldaiater Thirty-eight LUCELIA M. BADGLEY Girls ' Educational Club. FRANCIS Louis BAILEY Phylon. Grand Rapids Ann Arbor HELEN TARLETON BAILEY . . . Franklin, Ind. Pi Beta Phi; University Girls ' Glee Club; Choral Union; Masques. REN A E. BAILEY . . . . ' . Coldwater Classical Club; Girls ' Educational Club; Senior Society; Junior Girls ' Play. JOHN P. BALLMAN Detroit THELMA J. BANG CHARLES DARWIN BANKS HAROLD E. BARNKS Theta Chi. JOHN SCOTT BARNES . . . . . Les Voyageurs; Phi Sigma; Forestry Club. RAYMOND R. BARTH ..... Commerce Club. Thirty-nine Port Huron Blanchard Kalamazoo Geneva, A . ) ' . Ann Arbor THE-MICHIGANENSIAN I 9 2 1 NARCENA ELSIE BASSETT ......... Detroit International Com., Y. W. C. A. (3); Class Basketball (3). CHARLES STEWART BAXTER ........ Detroit Trigon; Michigamua; Alpha Kappa Psi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Sphinx; Chimes (3), Asst. Mng. Editor (4); Daily (i) (2); Mng. Editor. Directory (3); Lit. Vice Pres.; Union (4); Pres. Student Christian Assn. (4). Dow VAWTER BAXTER . . . . . Forestry Club, Phi Sigma, Secy, and Treas. ESTHER BECK ...... BESS PARHAM BECKER ..... Alpha Epsilon Iota. Hillsboro, 111. . Toledo, Ohio Benton Harbor ALICE E. BECKHAM ......... Toledo, Ohio Pi Beta Phi; Stylus, Motarboard, Wyvern, pres.; Michigan Daily; Class Vice Pres. (2); Invitation Committee (4); Social Committee (3)- Class Baseball (i) (2) (3) (4); Author Junior Girls ' Play; Freshman Spread Committee (2); Asst. Chairman Junior Advisory Committee (3). BEATRICE BECKWITH .... Pi Beta Phi; Mortarboard; Wyvern KARL MATHIAS BEIERLEIN . Phi Chi. ALVIRA B. BELLOWS .... LUCILE BEECHER BENNETT . Marshall . Fort li ' ayne, Ind. Frankfort Ann Arbor Forty THE-MICHIGANENSIAN I MARGARET BERKAW WILLIAM LLOYD BERRIDGE MARIE BERTRAU : . HELEN BIDWELL ROBERT BARRY BIGELOW Zeta Psi. Detroit Detroit Big Rapids South Lyon Ann Arbor IVA BISHOP . . Sjj . ALICI: BLAIR Gamma Phi Beta; Wyvern. ALBRO E BLAKE V. F. W. LYDIA J BLOUNT REINHOLD BOES . Sigma Phi Epsilon. Haven, Kansas Winona, Minn. Coloma East Jordan . Ann Arbor Forty-one THE -MICH IGANENSIAN- 1921 I. BoETTCHER Educational Club. Detroit VELDA J. BOGERT ......... Ann Arbor Caryatides; Girls ' Glee Club; Junior Girls ' Play. A. L. BOGUE .......... Ann Arbor Alpha Nu. J. BERLE BOXD West Branch ALMA P. BOONE ....... . . Troy, Ohio HAROLD F. BORON ..... Acacia; Round Up; Alpha Kappa Psi. ESTHER Lor BOYD ..... Zeta Tau Alpha; Girls ' Educational Club. ELEANORE BOYER . . . . EARL F. BOXELL ..... Alpha Nu, President; Oratorical Board. EDWIN A. BRAINERD Forty-two . Lansing Connellsnilte Pa. Lansing Marion, Ind. Medina, Ohio THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 HENRY N. BRAND Delta Tau Delta. Toledo, Ohio RUSSELL C. BRANNAN ..... . . Bryan, Ohio Sigma Delta Kappa: Captain Cross Country (3); Class Track;Class Basketball. MARIE L. BRAUN Detroit FITSHUGH LEE BREWER .... . . Marshall Chi Psi; Class Treasurer (3); Mimes; Student Council (4); Union Opera (2) (3). ANNA L. BROENE .... Sigma Alpha Iota; Senior Society. WILLIAM L. BROMLEY Craftsmen ' s Club. Grand Rapids L ' niontown, Pa. BERTRAND HARRIS BRONSON . . . . Lawrenceville, A . . Beta Theta Pi; Quadrangle; Acolytes; Choral Union; Symphony Orchestra; Mandolin Club; Phillips Scholarship; Babcock Scholarship. Lois E. BROOKS Girls ' Educational Club. AUBREY D. BROWN BEULAH BROWN . Kappa Alpha Theta. Ann Arbor Detroit . Rochester, N. Y. m Fortv-thrff THE MICHIGANENSIAN -1 921 ETHEL A. BROWN . FRANCIS WILLARD BROWN . Men ' s Educational Club. . Bad Axe . Danville, 111. OSCAR A. BROWN ........ Cleveland, Ohio Adelphi; Acolytes; Delta Sigma Rho; Varsity Debating Team (3) (4). ROLAND P. BROWN ..... ... Cheboygan Delta Sigma Phi; Round Up; Craftsmen ' s Club; Commerce Club. BLANCHE LOUISE BRYAN Kappa Kappa Gamma. Washington, D. C. FRANCES C. BUCKBEE . . . . Rockford, 111. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Students Directory (3); Michiganensian (3), (4); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (4). MARY FLORENCE BUCKBEE ..... . Rockford, III. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Student ' s Directory (4); Michiganensian (3), (4). F. ROBERT BUECHNER Comedy Club. CLARENCE E. BUEHRER Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce Club. JOHN C. BUGHER . . . . Educational Club; Mandolin Club. South Bend, Ind. Archbold, Ohio . Upland, Ind. Forty four THE-M1CHICANENSIAN-I921 BEATRICE E. BUNTING Detroit GLADYS M. BURCH ......... Doaragiac Kappa Kappa Gamma; Masques; Athena Literary Society; Vice President, Girls ' Educational Club (4); Players ' Club (4). LAVERNE BURCHF IELD Maumee, Ohio PAUL W. BURKHOLDER ....... Chicago Heights, III. Phi Gamma Delta; Sphinx; Track (l) (2) (3); Cross Country (2); Freshman Cross Country Coach (3); Chairman Banquet Committee (3). GLADYS M. BURNETT . Pi Beta Phi. . Ann Arbor LEO A. BURNS Track (4); All-Fresh Track (3); Glee Club. BERNICE G. BUSH ..... Girls ' Glee Club. CARLTON EDWARD BUTLER .... V. F. W.; Varsity Glee Club (3) (4). Battle Creek Ann Arbor . Montpelier, Ohio LAURENCE C. BUTLER ...... Indianapolis, Ind. Phi Gamma Delta; Michigamua; Griffins; Sphinx; Track (2) (3); Captain (4); Class President (2). W. SwiNDT BuTTERFIELD Union Opera (3). Jackson Forty-five THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 ALINE CAKE . Caryatides. MARGARET J. CAMEROX Alpha Xi Delta. CHESSER M. CAMPBELL Lake Linden . Detroit Sault Stf. Marie Theta Delta Chi; Michigamua; Mimes; Pi Delta Epsilon; Sigma Delta Chi; Sphinx; " R " Football (2); Michigan Daily (i) (2) (3) (4); Chimes (4); Chair- man Union Publicity Committee (3) (4); Chairman Publicity Committee; Union Opera (3) (4); Class Hockey (2) (4); Cabinet of Student Christian Assn.; Chairman Publicity Committee of Student Christian Assn.; Union Services Committee (4). SARA GERTRUDE CAPLAN ...... Steubemille, Ohio Athena Literary Society; Vice President Menorah Society; Vice President and Secretary Intercollegiate Zionist Society. VIVENCIO G. CASIA Philippine Islands Cosmopolitan Club; Philippine-Michigan Club. MARGUERITE ALDERSON CAVENDISH ..... Huntington, W. Va. Gamma Phi Beta; Masques; Junior Girls ' Play; Y.W. C. A. Committee (4). EDWARD D. CAYIA Crystal Falls MARY C. CHANDLER Wist Plains, Missouri Alpha Xi Delta; Players ' Club; University Girls ' Glee Club. RICHARD C. CHAPMAN . Westerners ' Club; Wolverine (4). T. H. CHEN Ann Arbor China Forty-six THE -MICH1GANENSIAN- 1921 IRENE K. CICOTTE ELLEN CARLSON CLARK . Detroit . Mohawk MARGUERITE ALMA CLARK ....... Stvartz Creek Alpha Chi Omega; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Stylus; La Sociedad Hispanica; Ferris Institute Club; Michigan Daily (i). Night Editor (2), Women ' s Editor (3); Michiganensian (2) (3), Associate Editor (2); Michigan Chimes, Director (4); Class Vice President (3); Freshman Social Committee; Freshman Spread Committee (2); University Services Committee (3) (4); Secretary Women ' s League (3); President Women ' s League (4). WEBB R. CLARK ...... . Greenville, Ohio Alpha Nu (3) (4); Treasurer (3); Republican Club; Treaty City Club; Adelphi; Alpha Nu Freshman Debate; Mid- West Debate; Alternate (2) (4); Treasurer Oratorical Association (2). JOHN WINFIELD CLOSE Craftsmen ' s Club. Ashtabula Harbor, Ohio LUCILE L. CoBB .... Players ' Club; Girls ' Glee Club. HARRY M. COHN . . . . . MARGARET COLCORD .... Kappa Alpha Theta; Girls ' Glee Club. ALICE CALHOUN COMFORT Mount Pleasant Detroit Clairton, Pa. Detroit Gamma Phi Beta; Stylus; Comedy Club; Masques; Classical Club; Cercle Francais. AVA CATHERINE COMIN Mu Phi Epsilon. Ann Arbor Forty-seven THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 I m JAMES E. COMIN ..... Delta Upsilon; Union Orchestra (3) (4). . Ann Arbor WADE P. CONNELL .... . Hot Springs, Arkansas Sigma Nu; Alpha N ' u; Freshman Debate (i), Coach (2) (3); Oratorical Delegate (2) (3) (4) . ADDISON PORTER COOK Zeta Psi. Brooklyn NEIL ESTES COOK ..... . Phoenix, Arizona Craftsmen ' s Club; Quadrangles; University Press Club; Choral Union. FRANCES M. COONEY Theta Phi Alpha. Detroit STELLA MAY COOPER LAURIE KAUFMAN CORK Pi Beta Phi. EDITH M. COUPER WILLIAM YERNON Cox ...... Sigma Phi Ecsilon; Phi Chi; Culver Club, Secretary (4). MARION L. CREASER . Rockford . Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Stevbemillf, Ohio Grand Rapids Forty-eight THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I92 LLOYD KENNETH CRIPPEN Jackson Actuarial Society. MARION CROHN Pontiac Players ' Club; Pontiac Club; President House Organization. MARIE ANNE CROZIER Grand Rapids Chi Omega; La Sociedad Hispanica; Wyvern; Daily; Chairman Vocational Conference; Junior Girl ' s Play. ROBERT A. CURRAN Ecanston, III. Phi Kappa Psi. RUTH MUREL CURTIS Detroit Girl ' s Glee Club (i). LEONENE ALFDIS DAHLSTROM Ann Arbor CHARLES DANTO . ... East Jordan Mu Alpha; Class Football (3); Senior Invitation Committee. MARION A. DAVIS Detroit MARY OTTILIE DAVIS Benton Harbor Choral Union; La Sociedad Hispanica. WILMA M. DAVIS Crass Lake Plavers ' Club. Forty-nine GERTRUDE DOROTHEA DAWSO.N Alpha Phi. HERMAN J. DELANO Otsego EDWARD M. DEN HERDER Delta Sigma Phi. Zeeland WALDO F. DESMOND Xorth IIa:r i , Conn. Players ' Club; New England Club; Class Baseball (2). Lois B. DE " RIES Washington, D. C. Gamma Phi Beta; Masques; Cercle Francais; Mortarboard; VVvvern; President V. V. C. A. (4). WADE DERIES Phylon. MELVIN N. DICK . Phi Mu Alpha. KARL ADAMS DIETRICH .... Sigma Chi. HARRY DIXON Delta Upsilon; Class Track (3). DAPHINE W. DODD Iota Sigma Pi. I Fifty THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 DOROTHY DODDS Mount Pleasant Alpha Chi Omega; Girls ' Glee Club; Junior Girls ' Plav. DARL S. DOVERSPIKE New Bethlehem, Pa. Lambda Chi Alpha; Pennsylvania Club; Commerce Club. ELMER B. DOWNEY .... Sigma Chi; Craftsmen ' s Club. La Porte, Indiana ROBERT L. DRAKE . Ann Arbor Delta Upsilon; Pi Delta Kpsilon; Druids; Gargoyle (2) (3) Business Manager (4); Union Opera (2). MARTHENA DRYBREAD . Franklin, Indiana Pi Beta Phi; Girls ' Glee Club. GEORGE DUFFIELD fcS r ' ' Delta Kappa E ' .psilon; Mimes; Druids; Griffins; Opera (2) (3). Detroit LOUISE J. DUNCAN Detroit DOROTHY Di NLAP I East Jordan Chi Omega. GEORGE CURTIS DUNN Detroit Phi Kappa Sigma. JOHN F. DUNN Ann Arbor Sigma Nu; Sphinx; Varsity Football; Varsity Baseball. Fifty-one 1 (5) THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 W GLENN A. DUTY . Ann Arbor (0} UJJ PAUL W. EATON . . Jackson Psi Upsilon; Michigamua; Mimes; Comedy Club;Board of Directors of Chimes; President Michigan Union (4); Union Opera (3); Acting General Secretary Michigan Union (4): Glee C lub (2) (3); University Services Committee (4). A FRANK G. EDWARDS New York, A.) " . EMILY G. EDWARDS Houghton HAROLD J. ELLIS Jackson ONEITA EMMONS . f Rattlf Creek Alpha Chi Omega. % ANNE M. ENGEL Bad Axe Alpha Chi Omega. W. DIXIE ENGLAND ... . . Wyandottt Delta Delta Delta; Girls ' Glee Club (4); Junior Girls ' Play. JACK H. EVANS Pittsburgh, Pa. Hermitage; Delta Theta Phi. EDNA M. F.XLEY . . . Hancock Fifty-two THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-IQSl ofl CARRIE FAIRCHILD ... Wyandotte Girls ' Glee Club; Comedy Club; La Sociedad Hispanica; Senior Society. ALMOND FAIRFIEI.D Angola, Indiana University Shrine Club; V. F. W. BEN C. FAIRMAN Big Rapids Cygnus; Educational Club. FEI-PENG CHEN China LEONARD W. FERRIS Utica, N. Y. BYRON FISKE FIELD Jackson Alpha Nu; Craftmen ' s Club; V. F. W.; Choral Union (4); Varsity Debate (4). LE E W. FINCH Arcadia i JAMES CRAMPTON FINN Detroit Delta Upsilon. HELEN JEAN FISHER Houghton Kappa Alpha Theta. NORMAN E. FISHER Toledo Fifty-three THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I9 21 W I WENDALL THOMAS FITZGERALD Ogdrn, L ' tali Phi Gamma Delta; Track (3); Class Track. FREDERIC S. FLETCHER Chicago, 111. Sigma Nu; All-Fresh Football; Varsity A. M. A. (2); Students ' Directory (3); Baseball (3). MARGARETTA P. FLETCHER .... Caryatides; Girls ' Educational Club. Harbor Bfach CECELIA FOHEY Ann Arbor Theta Phi Alpha; Masques; Athena Literary Society; Michigan Daily (l); Memorial Committee (4); Senior Girls ' Social Committee; Publicity Chairman Junior Girls ' Play. PHILIP O. FOLEY Monks; Les Voyageurs; Class Track Manager (3). Paris, 111. MELBA M. FOLTZ MARGARET L. FOOTE Jackson Alpha Chi Omega; Girls ' Educational Club; University Symphony Orchestra. DAVID A. FORBES Grand Rapids Phi Sigma Kappa; Phi Alpha Delta; Michigamua; Track (2); All-Fresh Track (l); Class President (2); Vice-President Freshman Laws (3); Inter- scholastic Manager, (2) (3) (4); Board of Control Athletic Association (3) (4); Board of Directors Athletic Association (3) (4); Secretary-Treasurer Athletic Association (3). EVELYN FOSTER Delta Delta Delta. I?ORA FOSTER Alpha Chi Omega; Girls ' Educational Club. Nftvberrv Chelsea Fifty-four THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 FLORENCE ELEANOR Fox Alpha Chi Omega; Class Hockey (2); Baseball (3). Detroit m CLARIS-FINE FRANKFURTH Detroit AUSTIN M. FREASE Ann Arbor Alpha Sigma Phi; Delta Theta Phi. JOSEPH FREEDMAN Vancouver, Wash. Kappa Nu; Cercle Francais; Alpha Nu. RANDALL WHITE BURNS FRENCH Albion Sigma Nu. CAROLA FRITZ Cos s City Alpha Chi Omega. HELEN HARRIET FROST -Inn Arbor Omicron Pi. THELMA FRY .... ' .... Kalamazoo Assistant Chairman, Junior Girls ' Play; Representative, Woman ' s League (4). LOUISE FULKERSON Kent City F.LEANOR WOOD FULLER Niagara Falls, N.Y. Fifty-five THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 LOZIER R. FUNK Bluffton, Ind. Phi Delta Theta; Sigma Delta Chi. CHARLES EDWARD FUTCH Cleveland, Ohio Phi Beta Pi; " R " Football (2); Mandolin Club (4). GEORGE WEEDON GARDNER Eminence, Ky. Dixie Club. Vice-President (4). JACK RUSSELL GARDNER Dowagiac Delta Upsilon; Chimes (4). BRUCE A. GARLAND . . Grernvillt, Ohio Oratorical Delegate (3); Delta Sigma Rho. EUNICE GARRETT -. " , . Detroit GEORGE TALTTON GASKINS, JK Harrisburg, III. ORVILLE E. GATES St. Jo ins Sinfonia: Alpha Kappa Psi. AlLEEN PlERSON GAULT Flint JOSEPHINE FRASER GIFFORD Flint Delta Gamma. i Fifty -six THE- MICHIGANENSIAN j MS W MARION GILL Muncie, Indiana WANDA GILLINGHAM . Bay Port Cosmopolitan Club; Commerce Club; Social Service Committee, Y. W. C. A.; Baseball (4). m GEORGE M. GILMORE Ann Arbor Delta Tau Delta; Druids; Football (4); Swimming (3); Captain (4); Union Reception Committee (4). MERLE W. GLASGOW Enid, Okla. Chi Epsilon. MINETTA M. GOETZ Ann Arbor Actuarial Society. NETTIE GOLDBERG New Bedford, Mass, Educational Club; New England Club. W. ABRAHAM GOLDBERG Detroit Michigan Zionist Society, Treasurer, (3) (4); Adelphi. G] LAURENCE M. GOULD Lacota Phylon. DORIS GRACEY Marietta, Ohio Players ' Club; Commerce Club; Sigma Delta Phi; Class Hockey (2) (3) (4). JOANNA GRAHAM Detioit Athena, Literary Society; Players Club; Ferris Institute Club; Hockey (3) (4); Tennis (3) (4). Fifty-seven x I l THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I92I FRANCES LOUISE GRAVES . . Toledo, Ohio Masques; Girls ' Educational Club. L. S. GRAY Hillidale BERNARD H. GREEN , Kent, Oliic Commerce Club; Boxing Club. CHARL E. GREENE . . J jfKr- U Brooklyn JOHN LUTHER GREENE Linden Lois I. GREENE GLEXNA H. GRIFFIN Junior Girls ' Play. HUNTER GILL GRIFFITH Detroit Chi Psi; Gargoyle (l) (2) (3); Art Editor Chimes (4); Michigan Opera (2). MARY ABBE GRISVVOLD Athena Literary Society. Chicago, III. HELEN ELIZABETH GROFF Indianapolis, Ind. Pi Beta Phi. Fifty-eight THE -MICH1GANENSIAN- 1921 EUNICE M. GROVER Detroit Girls ' Educational Club. ROY WILLIAM GRUMBINE Freepott, III. Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Craftsmen ' s Club. ROSE V. GUTTERMAN Girls ' Educational Club. RUDOLPH HABERMAXX Delta Sigma Phi; Round-up; Craftsmen ' s Club; Glee Club (4). THOMAS DBS MAMPRE HALAJIAN New York, N. Y. HePF . Holland Detroit ERNESTINE HALI Grand Rapids Gamma Phi Beta. CHARLES C. HAMILL, JR. Ann Arbor ANNA C. HAMILTON Bellerue Caryatides; Freshman Girls ' Glee Club (i); Choral Union (2); Girls ' Mandolin Club, President (3). RALPH A. HAMMER Cooperstown, N. D. Sigma Nu; Alpha Kappa Psi; Craftsmen ' s Club; Football (2). CARL EDWIN HAMMOND Ludington Phi Kappa Psi; Gargoyle (2) (3); Student Committee on Athletic Affairs (3) (4); Mandolin Club (2) (3). Fifty -nine THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-192I MARION HANDLEY . Kalamazoo Pi Beta Phi. I GRATIA HANLEY Marlette Glee Club (4). JOHN L. HANLEY Marltttt Beta Theta Pi. WILLIAM HANSHOE Mount I ' trnon, Ind. MILDRED P. HARRIS Atlanta, Ca. Senior Society; Board of Directors Woman ' s League (4). A X CAROLYN HAYES Elsie Cercle Francais. EDWARD HOWELL HAYS Hobart, Okla. Adelphi; Dixie Club. EDITH HELLMAN New York, N. Y. MARY S. 1 HENDERSON Kalamazoo. ABRAHAM HERMAN . Detroit Sixty THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 HAROLD HERMAN Bayonne, N. J . Mu Alpha Society; Bayonne Club; Class Football (3) Union Orchestra. WARREN W. HERRON Centreville Theta Chi. JAMES LORINC HESS Acacia; Round-up Club; Craftmen ' s Club. FRANKLIN B. HETTINGER Kappa Sigma. Cleveland Heights, Ohio Hutchinson, Kan. ARTHUR FISHER HEYL Slippery Rock, Pa. Varsity Band (3) (4); University Symphony Orchestra (3) (4). CAROL J. HEYSETT . Gamma Phi Beta. Ludington W. ARTHUR HICKMOTT Mendon Commerce Club. WARREN F. HILL Marlette JOHN W. HINDES Fremont Delta Sigma Rho; Adelphi; Varsity Debating Team (3); Oratorical Board; Boxing Club; Craftmen ' s Club. ALICE HINKSON ... Lansing Kappa Kappa Gamma; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Women ' s Editor Chimes (4); Vice-President Women ' s Athletic Association (4). Sixty-one THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 THOMAS DOANE HINSIIAW .............. -Inn Arbor Zeta Psi; Union Opera (2); Soph Prom Committee. ESTHER HITCHCOCK ......... .... Washington, D. C, LEIGH HOADLEY ............. Northhampton, Mass. Sinfonia. DEAN R. HOCUE Hermitage. Benton Harbor ' F.STHKR D. HOLLANDS Ann Arbor Chi Omega; VVyvern; Girls ' Glee Club, Vice-President (4); President Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Iota Sigma Pi. DOROTHY F. HOLLIS Delta Delta Delta; Mandolin Club. JOSEPHINE HOOVER NAT WALLACE HOPKINS . SEWARD L. HORNER . Alpha Kappa Psi. DOROTHY B. HOYT . Gamma Phi Beta. Gibson City, III. . . Ypsilanti . Ypsilanli Dowagiac Sixty-two I THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 WILLIAM HENRY HOWE Detroit Kappa Beta Psi. CHI-LANG Hu .. ' ..; Canton. Chi Chinese Students Club. CECIL A. HUBBARD . Rocheste VERNON C. HUFFMAN Commerce Club. HELIM H. HULBERT Ann Arbor Les Voyageurs; Cosmopolitan Club; Alpha Nu. HARRY A. HULSE Sigma Chi; Craftsmen ' s Club; Football Reserve (4). St. Johns PAULINE HUMPHREY Rochester. Massachusetts Delta Delta Delta; Girls ' Educational Club. MILDRED V. HUNT Lansing Classical Club. ALLIS F. HUSSEY Forestry Club; Senior Society; Wyvern; Basketball (4). Ann Arbor PERRY P. HUTCHINSON Marysville, Kansas Round-up Club; Michigan Daily (3) (4); Union Opera (2). Sixty-three THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I92I C. J. HUTTON Yale Monks. DOROTHY IDE Philadelphia, Pa. AMELIA IGEL Pittsburgh, Pa. Athena Literary Society; Players ' Club; Pennsylvania Club; Junior Girls ' Play. WILLIAM H. INGHAM Des Moines, la. Alpha Delta Phi; Druids; Golf (3); Chairman Union Billiard Committee. RETA IREMAN Ann Arbor Glee Club (i) (3) (4). JULIUS HOBSON ISENBURG Kalamawo PAULINE ITTNER Saginaw Delta Gamma. FREDERICK E. JACOB . Lansing Varsity Track (3) (4); Michiganensian (3); Class Basketball (3);Varsity Band (2) (3) (4); Craftmen ' s Club; Mgr. Class Basketball (4). ALBERT C. JACOBS Ann Arbor Psi Upsilon; Druids; General Chairman Union Upperclass Advisers (4); class President (3); Class Treasurer (2); Oratorical Delegate (l); Chairman Class Day Committee (4); Alpha u (3) (4); Comedy Club, President (4): Treasurer (3); Classical Club (i), Vice-president (3), Treasurer (2). EMMA GRACE JACOBS Omicron Pi; Girls ' Educational Club. Detroit _ Sixty-four THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 SAUL J. JAFFE . Flint Cosmopolitan Club; Ccmmcrce Club; Menorah; La Sociedad Hispanica; Michiganensian (2). K HUGH JAMESON R. J. JEAVONS Thcta Delta Chi. ALICE M. JOHNSON Ferris Institute Club. EVART W. JOHNSON Craftmen ' s Club. Cadillac Lakewood, Ohio KATHERINE H. JOHNSON Gamma Phi Beta ARY LUCILLE JOHNSON Sparta Ludington Sigma Delta Phi; Mortarboard; Senior Society; Masques; Junior Girls ' Play; Women ' s League Board (4). OLCA M. JOHNSON- WILLIAM HARCOURT JOHNSTONE Cadillac Alpha Delta Phi. HAROLD A. JONES Detroit Alpha Kappa Psi. Sixty-fiv e THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-ieSl ADA E. JOOST ............... Dtvight, Illinois FRANK J. JORDAN .... ........ Danville, Indiana Commerce Club. DWIGHT P. JOYCE ............ Cleveland. Ohio Beta Theta Pi; Quadrangles; Class Swimming (l) (2); Advertising Manager Daily (4). EARL JUERS Kappa Sigma; Class Basketball (2) (3) (4). Buffalo. X. Y. ANTHONY KABACINSKI . . . Phoenimillt, Pa. Alpha Xu; Polonia Lite rary Society, Treasurer (4); Choral Union (2). IVOR I. KAHX Highland Park CLYDE W. KAMMERER .- ' Pi . . St. Louis, Mo. Commerce Club; Overseas Club; V. F. W. HARRY V. KAMP . . . . Hamilton ROSALIND H. KASAMIR Ann Arbor Cosmopolitan Club; Menorah. ZITA KASPER Faribault, Minnesota Sixly-six SAMUEL KRUFFMANN Rochester, N. Y. Kappa Nu; Rochester Club; Menorah; Class Basketball (3). EDWIN DELAMATER KAY Detroit Delta Kappa Epsilon. 68 WILLIAM SHANNON KF.AVER Amenta, N. Y. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. KEMP KEENA Detroit Theta Delta Chi. ANITA P. KELSEY Ann Arbor La Sociedad Hispanica. ABRAHAM KENIGSON Bayonne, N. J. Mu Alpha; Pres. Bayonne Club (4); Pres. Actuarial Society (4); All-Freshman Basketball. 12J ANNA I. KENT Hardin, Montana nl [I LANA B. KERN ... Decatw ROBERT MORRIS KERR Duluth, Minnesota Tngon; Reserve Football (2); All-Freshman Football; Class Hockey Capt (i) (2); Varsity Hockey Capt. (2) (3) (4); Union Opera (2). FRANCES B. KERVIN Bradford Pa. Pi Beta Phi. Sixty-seven THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 I DOROTHY KINGSFORD . . . . Delta Gamma. HAROLD L. KISYON .... V. F. W. A. DALE KIRK Phi Beta Pi. Varsity Band (i). MARY KIRKPATRICK .... Kappa Alpha Theta. ROBERT VV. KNEEBONE Ann Arbor Class Baseball (2) (3); Class Basketball (2) (3); Class Hockey (3); Class Soccer (4). MARGARET GOULD KNISELY . Westerners ' Club. . Seattle, Washington HELEN RUTH KOCH Detroit Chi Omega; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Secy. Y. W. C. A. (3), Treas. Y. V. C. A. (3); Women ' s Athletic Board. BENJAMIN G. KOHN Commerce Club; Class Baseball (3). ilUl HELEN KOLB Collegiate Sorosis. Cleveland, Ohio Battle Creek PAUL E. KRAUSE Cleveland, Ohio Alpha Sigma Phi. X m Sixty-eight i THE-M1CHIGANENSIAN-I92I WARREN E. KUDNER Pontiac Delta Theta Phi; Pontiac Club; Freshman Glee Club. ELLA MACDYER KUHN Culver, Kansas li HELEN MARY KURTTI Trimountain Athena Literary Society, Treasurer (4); Copper Country Club; Women ' s Research Club; Graduate Club. MILBURN JOHN KUSTERER Webb City, Mo. N. H. KWOK Canton, China Chinese Students ' Club. JOHN S. KYSER El Paso. Illinois Delta Chi. MARY LOUISE LACY Noblesville, Indiana Kappa Kappa Gamma; Women ' s Editor Michiganensian (4). M MISHA LADDON . . Washington, D. C. HARRIET LAMBERSON Colon MARY D. LANE Maysville, Kentucky Chi Omega; Stylus; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Daily (2) (3); Women ' s Editor Daily (4); Y. W. C. A. Vice President (4). I Sixty-nine 1 THE -MICHIGANENS1AN- 1921 JOSEPHINE V. LANG . . . . . . ... Portland, Maim Pi Beta Phi; Commerce Club; New England Club. DONALD LARKINS Acolytes. East Liverpool, Ohio IVA HOLMES LAWRENCE Ann Arbor MILDRED L. LAVVTON Latvian Alpha Xi Delta; Masques. ROBERT K. H. LEE Honolulu. Hawaii ALICE WHITMAN LEONARD . . . . Gamma Phi Beta; Class Hockey (4). ELINOR LEONARD |!P BiJ ; Gamma Phi Beta; Iota, Sigma Pi; Class Secretary (i) RICHARD H. LEONARD Zeta Psi. Dftroit HYMAN LEVINSON CF.CII.E M. LEVY Dftroit Marlirt, Texas . . . Detroit 1 C iillicothe, Ohio Serent THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-192 m E. K. Li . . Tientsin, China TSING LIEN Li . Hong Kong, China Chinese Students ' Club. MARY M. LICHTENAUER Ann Arbor EDNA B. LIEBLEIN . . Lakewood, Ohio Mu Phi Epsilon. NELSON M. LINCOLN ..... Jackson ANNE LINDF.MULDER . Grand Rapids Chi Omega; Masques; Girls ' Educational Club; Girls ' Glee Club. HAROLD PAYNE LINDSAY Escanaba Sphinx; Michigan Daily (2) (3); Spotlight (2) (3); Opera (2); All Frosh Glee Club; Assistant Manager Varsity Band (3); Manager Varsity Band (4). EDWARD WINCHESTER LITTLEFIEI.D Middleboio, Mass. Les oyageurs. JULIA LOCK WOOD Ann Arbor Chi Omega; Girls ' Educational Club. BOYD H. LOGAN Columbia City, Indiana Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Michigamua; Pi Delta Epsilon; Sphinx; Basketball Manager (4); Business Manager 1921 Michiganensian. Seventy-one THE- MICHIGANENSIAN- 19-21 MARY R. LOHRSTORFER Theta Phi Alpha; Girls ' Glee Club (z) (3) (4). Port Huron VIRGINIA S. LOOK Detroit Theta Phi Alpha. NATHAN V. LORAH Class Basketball (3) (4). Cleveland, Ohio RICHARD C. LOSCH West Point, Nebraska Theta Delta Chi; Michigamua; Triangles; Track (2) (3) (4) ;Freshman Track (l). ROY E. LOUNSBURY Englewood, N. J. Sigma Delta Kappa; Union Orchestra; Craftmen ' s Club. HOWARD MASON LUMSDEN Hermitage; Les Voyageurs; Phi Sigma; Forestry Club. HAROLD F. LUSK .... Sigma Delta Kappa. EDWIN H. LYON, JR. Alpha Tau Omega. THOMAS FRANCIS LYONS . HELEN MACDOUGALL rirdcn. 111. . Elsie St. Johns . Iron River Detroit Seventy-two THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-I921 MADELINE LEITCH MACGREGOR . Ann Arbor LEWIS L. MACKEY Port Clinton, Ohio Round-up Club; Class Baseball. m JEAN MCALLISTER Davison Alpha Chi Omega. L. P. McARTHUR Grfeley, Colorado Alpha Delta Phi. JESSIE E. McCALL Yale Delta Gamma; Sigma Delta Phi. BERNARDA FRAZER McCoRMiCK . Harrisburg, Pa. fa ELLA McCuLLY Pittsford Athena Literary Society. CLARENCE R. MCDONALD Manistee Commerce Club; V. F. W. H. C. MCDONALD Manistee Commerce Club. JOSEPHINE McGuiNEAs Oteosso Pi Beta Phi; Masques; Mortarboard; Wyvern. XV fK Seventy-three THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 ROBERT E. McKEAN Detroit Chi Psi; Michigamua; Sphinx; Football Manager (4); Assistant Business Manager Chimes; Assistant General Chairman Opera (3); J-Hop Committee (3); Union Opera (2). Ann Arbor Paola, Kansas RUTH V. MCLAREN MYRA MCLAUGHLIN Kappa Kappa Gamma. PIERCE McLouTH Marine City Delta Upsilon; Druids; Triangles; Student Council (3); Opera Committee (3); Chairman Spotlight Vaudeville (4); Football (3). JOHN E. McMANis .... Kalama-joo Theta Chi; Sigma Delta Chi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Druids; Sphinx; Michigan Daily (2) (3) (4); Michiganensian (3); Sport Editor (4); Class Treasurer (4). FRANCIS LACHLAN McPuAii Alpha Sigma Phi: Students ' Directory (3). ARMAND V. MC?HEE V. F. V.; Basketball (3); Class Track (i); Class JEANNE MCPHERSON CHARLES A. MADISON Intercollegiate Socialist Society; Acolytes. MARTHA ALMA MADISON Classical Club. Seventy-four St. Ignace THE-MICH1GANENSIAN-I921 1 FORREST A. MADI.EM Petoskey Alpha Beta Phi; Varsity Band (2). VERA MAINS Detroit Junior Girls ' Play FRANCES M. MAIRE Ann Arbor Alpha Phi; Comedy Club; Girls ' Educational Club; Junior Girls ' Play; Mich- iganensian (2); Masques. WALTER F. MAULEY Carry, Pa. Phi Beta Pi. E. L. MARK New York, A ' . } " . WM. D. MARQUEDANT Rives Junction WALTER P. MARROX - . Plentywood, Montana MARJORIE MARIAN MARSH Jackson Delta Gamma; Girls ' Educational Club; Junior Girls ' Play; Cercle Francais. HOWARD BLAIR MARSHALI Lyons, N. Y. Lambda Chi Alpha; Craftsmen ' s Club. HOMER L. MARTIN- Corunna Alpha Kappa Ps ; Class Football (2). Seventy-five THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 I HARRY L. MARVIN Men ' s Educational Club. PERRY MASON Varsity Band; Union Orchestra. HELEN MASTER Delta Gamma; Stylus; Wyvern. HOWARD C. MATTHEWS V. F. VV. CHARLES B. MAURER . . . Elm Hall Charlnoix Lansing . orthhampton, Mass. . Champaign, III. w I AGNES VIRGINIA MAXWELL . EVELYN NAOMI MAXWELL . Girls ' Mandolin Club. . .Marion, Virginia . Philadelphia, Pa. CARL I " . MAYER Ann Arbor FRANCES MEADER Ionia WILLIAM H. MESSINGER Fulton, Indiana Alpha Nu; Cosmopolitan Club; Classical Club; Treasurer Oratorial Assn. (4) Seventy-six THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I9-21 KATHRYN MICHAEL La Porte, Indiana Players ' Club; Girls ' Educational Club. HELEN ELIZABETH MILLER Goshen, Indiana Pi Beta Phi. J. DUANE MILLER Michigan Daily (2); Varsity Band, (2) (3) (4). ROBERT F. MILLER Alpha Rho Chi. EMMA JANE MINOR Alpha Phi; Junior Girls ' Play. Bangor Jackson Grand Rapids ANNE LOUISE MITCHELL _ Washington, D. C. Senior Society (4); Masques (2), Secretary (3), President (4); Women ' s League, Chairman Dramatic Committee (4); Cosmopolitan Club (4). MARTHA ALVINE MOHNKE St. Johns DOROTHY F. MONFORT Detroit Chi Omega; Michigan Daily (4). MARCELLA MOON Muskegon Alpha Phi; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Girls ' Educational Club (4). KATHERINE RUTH MORRISSEY Girls ' Educational Club. Grand Rapids Seventy-seven THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 W. WALLACE MUIR Grand Rapids Phi Sigma Kappa. ELINOR MULLETT Ann Arbor w ro LILLIAN M. MUNRO Ann Arbor Caryatides; Actuarial Society (4); Glee Club (4). LEWIS MUNZ Detroit Tennis Team (3) (4); Class Basketball (3). CHARLES H. MURCHISON Jacksonville, Florida Delta Kappa Epsilon; Druids; Dixie Club; Football Reserves; Michigan Daily (2) (3); Class Secretary (2). HELEN E. MURPHY -. Ionia Classical Club. A (( JOHX HARLEY MUTCHLER . . . Paw Paw Sinfonia. W MARION MUTCHLER pfe i " H ' B V ' ' " " ' ' ' " ' " ' " NELLIE NEHER Chenoa, Illinois Caryatides. NEVA M. NELSON -Inn Arbor Mu Phi Epsilon; Cercle Francais; Girls ' Educational Club; Class Basketball (l) (2); Symphony Orchestra. Seventy-eight THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 NORMAN C. NELSON Manistee (QJ NAOMI B. NEUBECK Asheville, North Carolina Alpha Chi Omeea. PAULINE NEWTON Corunna LUCRETIA M. NICHOLSON Grand Rapids Senior Society. BERNICE J. NICKELS Ann Arbor Senior Society Pres. (4); Freshman Glee Club;Girls ' Glee Club (2) (3),Pres. (4); Junior Girls ' Play. HULDA NICOLAI . Hopkins Classical Club (3) (4); Class Baseball; Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Junior Girls ' Play. MILTON A. NICOLAI Adrian Alpha Tau Omega. n ARTHUR F. NISSLY Saline Acacia; Varsity Glee Club (3) (4). FRANK J. NOVAK . . Chicago, Illinois Les Voyageurs; Sphinx; Baseball (2); All Fresh Basketball. FRANCES WILLARD OBERHOLTZER Huntington. West Pa. Michigan Daily (3) (4); Junior Girls ' Play; Masques: Michiganensian (4). Seventy-ni ne THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I92I DOROTHY G. O ' CONNOR Detroit Theta Phi Alpha; Girls ' Glee Club (2) (3) (4); Masques (4); Mich. Daily (2). WINIFRED O ' CONNOR Ann Arbor Cosmopolitan Club; Athena Literary Society. GRACE OHLMACHER . Ann Arbor Kappa Alpha Theta; Masques; Junior Girls ' Play. BLANCHE O ' KANE Theta Phi Alpha. LEAH BARTON OLIN Women ' s Athletic Board. MARION K. OLIVER MARGARET H. O ' REILLY . Theta Phi Alpha; Junior Girls ' Play. ANNETTE ORENSTEIN inneapolis, Minn. ESTHER PAFENBACH Toledo, Ohio Delta Delta Delta; Iota Sigma Pi; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet ; Chairman, Intercollegiate Committee of Women ' s League. RICHARD MARTIN PAGE . Ann Arbor Eighty THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 2 DESSA K. PALMERLEE Detroit [uj HELEN PARKER Ann Arbor HENRY L. PARKER Detroit Delta Kappa Epsilon; Swimming Team (3); Gargoyle (2); Class Baseball; Class Hockey. VERA G. PARKER . Grand Blanc HOWARD F. PATTERSON Saginatt Delta Theta Phi. WALTER CARL PAULIN Kalamazoo mm CARROLL D. PAULSON ... Kalamazoo Delta Kappa Epsilon. w ELIZABETH HILTON PAYNE Saginaw Freshman Spread Committee; Girls ' Glee Club. JAY HOWARD PAYNE Ann Arbor MILDRED E. PEABODY Detroit f. W !A Eighty-one THE-MICHIGANENSlAN-IS l IRENE PEERS Topeka, Kansas Kappa Alpha Theta. C. T. PENNOYER Grand Haven Delta Sigma Phi; Acolytes. A EVERARD F. PERKINS Ann Arbor Zeta Psi. JOHN S. PERRIN Esfanaba Phi Gamma Delta; Michigamua; Football (3) (4); Baseball (3) (4). DOROTHY PETTIT Topeka, Kansas Chi Omega. FRED J. PETTY Muncit, Indiana Kappa Sigma; Druids; Sphinx; Varsity Track (2) (3); Class President (l) (4); Student Council (3) (4); Chairman University Services Committee. IB (jjj EDWARD THOMAS PHENEY Everett, Wash. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Freshman Baseball; Varsity Baseball (2). ARTHUR ! " . PIERPOXT Owosso Delta Theta Phi; Round-up Club, JEAN E. PILSTON Detroit ILLIAM POORXIAN Livingston, Montana Commerce Club; Westerners Club. Eighty-two DONALD J. PORTER East Jordan Kappa Sigma; Druids; Sphinx; Union Recording Secretary (4); Chairman Life Membership Committee (3); Baseball Manager (4); Student Council (3) (4); Chairman Class Invitations Committee (4); V. Pres. S. C. A. (4); University Services Ccmmittee (4). EGBERT R. POST Grand Rapids WALTER LIM POY Detroit KATHRYN PRAKKEN MINNIE LOUISE PRATT Delta Delta Delta; Masques; Girls ' Glee Club. Holland Detroit GENEVIEVE PRESTIDGE .... JH| ! . . Dundee Girls ' Mandolin Club. JESSE WILLARD PROBST j . I I [ I . Toledo, Ohio ALTON EDWARD PVLLON Ansonia, Conn. SARA GRACE RABINOWITZ Eveleth, Minn. M. VIVIAN RAMSAY St. Mary ' s, Pa. Eighty-three MORGAN RAMSAY Bay City Delta Upsilon; Michigan Naval Militia; Michigan Rifle Club; Reception Committee (4); Class Soccer Team. WILLIAM MADISON RANDALL ... Detroit Union Minstrel Show (3); Mandolin Club. HENRY J. RANFT Cleveland, Ohio. Monks; Cercle Francais; La Sociedad Hispanica; V. F. W.; Overseas Club; Michigan Daily (i); Commerce Club. LAKE E. RARIDEN .... Delphi, Ind. Sigma Chi; Delta Sigma Rho; Varsity Debating Team (4). HILDA L. RAYSON Ann Arbor Classical Club. HELEN READE Escanaba Alpha Chi Omega; Girls ' Educational Club. MARGUERITE RECHAT .... Montclair, N. J. Chi Omega; Stylus; Girls ' Educational Club. MYRTLE R. REED Ann Arbor GLEN M. REEM Bengonia ESTELL M. REID Birmingham Eigli v-four THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-19 2I GLADYS K. REINEKE Owosso Pi Beta Phi; Girls ' Educational Club; Mortar Board; Wyvern; Freshman Spread Committee; Business Manager Junior Girls ' Play. EDMUND W. REISIG ' ' N SW " Monroe ALBERT R. RENWICK Calumet MILDRED REYNOLDS Hastings Delta Gamma. STANLEY BURNETT REYNOLDS Benton Harbor MARGARET RHINES Kappa Alpha Theta D. E. RHODES Detroit Ann Arbor LUCILE M. RICE ' . St. Louis, Mo. Senior Society MUZA M. RICE Adrian Cosmopolitan Club. ROBERT BURNS RICHARDSON Bujfalo Hatt, III. Alpha Kappa Psi; Actuarial Society; V. F. W.; U. S. Marine Corps Club. Eighty-five THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-ieai DOROTHY RIDER Cercle Francais. E LIZABETH ROBERTS Iota Sigma Pi; Senior Society; Girls ' Mandolin Club. LULA BELLE RODDA Delta Delta Delta. ALIDA FRANCES ROGERS MADELINE ROOF University Girls ' Glee Club. Detroit Manister Detroit . . . Detroit Cleveland, Ohio. I HERBERT P. Roos Waukegan, III. Kappa Sigma. IRENE JEANNETTE ROSENBERG Detroit Sigma Alpha Iota; Senior Society; Accompanist Girls ' Glee Club; Chairman Music Committee Junior Girls ' Play. JACOB E. ROSENBERG Canonsburg, Pa. Kappa Nuj Intercollegiate Zionist Society. SAMUEL R. ROSENTHAL Manistique Phi Sigma Delta; Yaigne; Gargoyle; Michiganensian (2) (3) (4); Menorah Society, Pres.; Adelph; JOHN FRANKLIN Ross Portsmouth, Ohio. Alpha Chi Sigma. I Eighty-six THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 MARGARET ROTTSCHAEFER Ann Arbor Cosmopolitan Club; Women ' s Athletic Board (3); Y. W.C. A. Cabinet, (3) (4); Senior Society; Wyvern. GRATTAN LAUDER ROURKE Lisbon, N. D. Phi Kappa Psi; Sphinx; Assistant Track Manager (3); Executive Council (3); Chairman Dance Committee (3); Chairman Fall Reception Committee (4); Basketball (i); University Service Committee (3) (4). H. N. ROUSSELLE Iron Mountain Monks; Round-up Club. PRUDENCE ROWE , Marysville MILDRED G. RUESS Grand Rapids Girls ' Educational Club. GAIL EDWARD RUSH South Bend, Ind. Alpha Tau Omega DONALD B. RUSSELL Hunting on, Ind. Quadrangles; Craftsmen ' s Club. DOROTHY SAMUELSON Chicago, III. Iota Sigma Pi. JOHN K. SANDER Evansville, Ind. Varsity Band (2) (3) (4); Phi Beta Pi. CHARLOTTE SANDS Detroit Kappa Alpha Theta. Eighty-seven A THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I92I DAVID J. SANDWEISS Detroit JOANNE RUTH SAVAGE Detroit IRENE SAUBLE Detroit KATRINA SCHERMERHORN Detroit Collegiate Sorosis; Cercle Francais; Comedy Club; Class Hockey, Basketball, Baseball; Athletic Board (3); Junior Girls ' Play Committee (3); Chairman Senior Girls ' Play (4); Senior Memorial Committee (4). HERMAN SCHLOSSMAN Players ' Club; Men ' s Educational Club. LEO A. SCHMIDT Alpha Xu. Ann Arbor ' Manistef ' art Clinton, Ohio. . Grand Rapids JOEL I " . SCHOERGER Michigan Daily (2); Mandolin Club (l) (2) (3). IRMA SCHREIBER . Kappa Kappa Gamma. ROBERT F. SCHULTZ . . Ypsilanti FRANCIS X. SCHUMACHER Dayton, Ohio Forestry Club, President. Eighty-eight THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-ISSI m GEORGE A. R. SCHUSTER St. Louis, Mo. Acacia; Alpha Kappa Psi; Craftsmen ' s Club; Overseas Club, Vice-Pres; Republican Club, Vice-Pres; Round-up; All Fresh Track; V. F. W. JOSEPH SCHWARTZBERG Utica, N. Y. Kappa Xu. ESTHER SCHWINCK .... Sagi-naw Alpha Chi Omega. IRENE SCOLLON . Detroit Classical Club. JAMES M. SCOVILLE, JR. .... fc Warren, Ohio CHARLES DALTON SEAGLEY Sturgis X PAUL S. SEAMAN Faulkton, S. D. Craftsmen ' s Club; Westerners; Union Orchestra. THEODORE C. SEDGWICK . Syracuse, N. Y. Track (2); Michigan Daily (i); Michiganensian (2) (3) (4); Michigan Union Opera (2) (4); All FreshTrack (i); Cercle Francais. MARTHA SEELEY , , . . . Caro Delta Gamma; Mortarboard; Wyvern. WILLIAM J. SEIDEL N. Plainfield, N. J. Les Voyageurs; Forestry Club. Eighty-nine THE MICH 1GANENSI AN- 1921 DALE F. SEIDER Plymouth, Ind. FREDERICK STANLEY SELL Red Lodge, Montana Alpha Kappa Psi; Adelphi (i); Commerce Club; Westerners Club; Montana Club (i); Michigan Daily (i) (2). RUTH ELIZABETH SERGEANT Detroit Omicron Pi; Classical Club. MARY JOSEPHINE SHAFFER Ann Arbor Players ' Club, Secretary. CLARA SHARPE Ann Arbor PHILIP MARTIN SHAW Detroit Phi Sigma Kappa. SHOU TSE SHEN . . . Tientsin, China Chinese Students ' Club. MILDRED PERCIVAL SHERMAN . . Ann Arbor Sorcsis; Choral Union; Masques; Comedy Club; Cercle Francais. HARVEY L. SHERWOOD Buchanan Men ' s Educational Club; Acolytes. SIMON SHETZER Detroit Phi Sigma Delta; Students ' Directory, Associate Editor (2); Freshman Debate; Adelphi House of Representatives (2), Speaker (3); Menorah Society, Secre- tary (3), President (4). Ninety THE MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 TAMES SEBERON SHIELDS Detroit V. F. W. CLARA SHINOVER s " Collins Center, N. Y. MARTHA SHIRKEY Cleveland, Ohio Symphony Orchestra. BENJAMIN SHLAIN Detroit MARK M. SHOEMAKER Washington, D. C. Cabinet Club, Vice President (4); Dixie Club; Class Baseball (4). OTTO RICHARD SIELAFF Detroit fi WILLIAM T. SIMMONS :..,. " .... Greenville R] JOHN D. SIMON Florence, Colorado Sigma Nu. AILEEN A. SIMPSON Detroit Players ' Club. SETH B. SLAWSON Toledo, Ohio A inet -one THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-192! Jift HIRAM L. SLOANAKER Newton, Iowa Westerners Club; Choral Union (3) (4). Lois MAHER SLUSSER . . Maystile, New York Gamma Phi Beta; Stylus; Inlander (2). MARLAND B. SMALL Benton Harbor Acacia; Alpha Kappa Psi; Craftsmen ' s Club; Round-up Club; Commerce Club; Senior Social Committee; Union Opera (3). ROSELLA SMALLDON Sandusky Girls ' Educational Club; Girls ' Glee Club. BERTRAM D. SMITH . i ? ' ' ?. Detroit CARRIE C. SMITH . . . Marion, Indiana Comedy Club; Senior Society; Junior Girls ' Play. Uj D. MARIE SMITH -Sff ' TSTi Hi -Adrian Delta Delta Delta. FRED L. SMITH, JR Detroit Sigma Phi. KATHERINE MARIE SMITH Grand Rapids Educational Club; Classical Club; Freshman Girls ' Glee Club (i). OLIVE N. SMITH Detroit Athena Literary Society; Oratorical Board (3) (4). i Ninety-two THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 R. W. SMITH . . Phi Alpha Delta. MARJORIE SNAVELV Girls ' Educational Club. La Porte, Ind. Ironwood G. SNOW Cheyenne, Wyoming Craftsmen ' s Club; Overseas Club; All-Fresh Track. MALCOLM H. SOULE Albion, N. Y. Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon. ORVILLE McKixLEY SOVTHERD Commerce Club. Hollandsburg, Ohio MARION C. SPAULDING Kappa Alpha Theta; Class Secretary (2). Ionia ELEANOR SPENCER . Muncie, Ind. Kappa Kappa Gamma. JESSIE L. SPIKER Clarksbur " . If. la. ELEANOR STEPHENSON South Bend, Ind. Alpha Phi; Mortarboard. FRANCES E. STEVENS Detroit Delta Gamma; Masques; Players ' Club; VVyvern; Sigma Delta Phi. y. Ninety-three THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-I921 MAXINE STEVENS Ann Arbor Pi Beta Phi. JOHN A. STEWART, JR Ann Arbor Students ' Directory; Union Records Committee; Assistant-chairman Upper Class Advisers. MABLE M. STICKLE Three Oaks Players ' Club. ERNEST A. STILLER Florence, Kansas WILLIS DAVIT STINSON Carmi, Illinois Phi Kappa Psi. HAROLD THOMPSON STOCK . . Detroit Cosmopolitan Club; La Sociedad Hispanica; Commerce Club. HENRY D. STRICKER Detroit Hermitage; Assistant Basketball Manager. m GLADYS MAE STRICKLAND Battle Creek MARJORY M. STRUBLE Detroit FREDA M. STUART Detroit Gamma Phi Beta. Ninety-four THE-MICHIGANENS1AN -19-21 w w MARIE R. SULLIVAN Chicago, Illinois Theta Phi Alpha. QUINNETH C. SUMMERS Port Huron Gamma Phi Beta; Wyvern; Hockey; Baseball. EMMA SUTTON Salt Lake City, Utah Westerners ' Club. H. T. SWANSON Falconer, X. Y. ARCHIE L. SWIFT Shenandoah, la. LEROY E. SWIFT Detroit Alpha Delta Phi. tm tm RUTH MARION SYKES Ann Arbor flf Players ' Club. ' . HSIAO TA . Shanghai, China D. L. TABERN Detroit ADELE TAPPAX Gary, Indiana Sigma Delta Phi; Athena Literary Society. Ninety-jive MILDRED MAY TAYLER Detroit IRMA H. TAYLOR New Berlin, Illinois Junior Girls ' Play; Athena Literary Society. LUCIA DAVIS TELLA Ann Arbor A. DsLoNG THOMAS . Ypsilanti LAWRENCE M. THOMAS , . . Ypsilanti MELVIN G. THOMAS Plymouth, Ind. HARRY D. THORN ... ... Reading, Pa. Acacia; Craftsmen ' s Club; Forestry Club; Pennsylvania Club; Managing Editor Michigan Forester (4). DONALD JAMES THORP Ann Arbor Monks; Alpha Kappa Psi; Comedy Club; Craftsmen ' s Club; Chairman Cap and Gown Committee; Class President (i); Union General Committee; Student Council (3). DEAN VV. TITUS Lansing Delta Lpsilon; Chimes (3). F.RNEST C. TOOMEY Gogebic Range Club. Marenisco w A Nintty-six THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 CLAUDE F. TOWAR . HARRIET TOWSLEY Caryatides; Junior Girls ' Play. RICHARD C. TRAVIS . Kappa Sigma. MERLE M. TREBILCOCK Delta Delta Delta. . Detroit Midland La Porti, Indiana Ishpeming JOSEPHINE TRIPLETT . .... Hillsdale Pi Beta Phi; Girls ' Educational Club; Students ' Directory (4). MYSTIA N. TRUBEY . . . . DOROTHY TRUE ..... Chi Omega; Woman ' s Athletic Board. GEORGE O. TRUE . . . . . Varsity Mandolin Club (i) (2) (3) (4). KARL N. TUNNICLIFFE Les Voyageurs; Forestry Club. GLADYS A. TURNBULL Port Clinton, Ohio Ann Arbor Sarnia, Ontario A Ninety-se t en US i WILLIAM H. TURNER . Mimes; Glee Club (3) (4); Union Opera (2) (3) (4). . Evan CATHERINE ELIZABETH TURTELL . -J,,n Irbor Basketball (i). DOROTHY ULBRIGHT Alpha Xi Delta. HAROLD P. ULLMAN Benton Harbor Chicago THOMAS I. UNDERWOOD . ...... Ann Arbor Psi Upsilon: Phi Delta Phi; Druids; Chimes; Glee Club; Union Opera (3). A. CHARLES VAIJ. Craftsmen ' s Club. GEORGE M. VAIL . Acacia. Middletown, .V. } " . . Lansing PETER J. VAN BOVEN . . Grand Rapids Phi Kappa Sigma; Druids; Griffins; Varsiu- Baseball (2) (3) (4}; Class Base- ball (i); Class Basketball (i) (3). Louis A. VERDUIN FRANCES VIVIAN Grand Haven Ludington Ninety-eight 1 Ai D. F. VOLLMER ........ Harrisburg, Pa. Lambda Chi Alpha; Pennsylvania Club; Union Orchestra. ORA VONWEGEN ......... Toledo, Ohio Delta Delta Delta; Choral Union; Girls Glee Club, Treasurer (3). HELEN C. VOWLES ......... Mt. Pleasant Pi Beta Phi; Girls ' Glee Club; Junior Girls ' Play. WILLIAM A. WAGGONER ........ Ravenna, Ohio H. P. WAGNER . . . Bay City I JOSEPHINE HODGES WALDO ... ... Riverside, III. Caryatides; Girls ' Educational Club; Daily (2) (3) (4); Girls ' Glee Club; Junior Girls ' Play. JEAN ANGELA WALLACE ........ Grand Rapids Kappa Alpha Theta; Comedy Club (]) (4); Class Secretary (4); Junior Girls ' Play. MARGARET ALICE WALKER Alpha Chi Omega. RUBY C. WALKER LYND A. WALKLING Detroit Grand Rapids Merrill Ninety-nine THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 HOWARD C. WALSER .... . . Bluflon, Ind. Sinfonia; Union Opera (2); Varsity Glee Club (2) (3) (4). EPPIE M. WALTER . C. L. WANG . ETHEL LEOTA WARD .... Commerce Club; Ferris Institute Club. HELEN B. WARD WlLHELMINA WARNER Kappa Kappa Gamma. FREDERICK BERNARD WARNER LELAND L. WALTERS Delta Tau Delta. G.W.WATSON . . Detroit Fuhsian, Mukden, China Freeland jgjfifi Munger Jackson Benzonia Lincoln, Nebraska Ann Atbor DAVID A. WATTS ......... Ann Arbor Delta Sigma Rho; Varsity Debating Team (3); Oratorical Board (3) (4); Alpha Nu; Acolytes; Cercle Francais; Classical Club. W I One Hundred THE -MI CHI ft MABEL WATTS Caryatides. FRANK D. WEBB Alto Ypsilanti HOWARD WEEKS . ........ Detroit Psi Upsilon; Griffins; Druids; Toastmasters; Sigma Delta Chi; Chimes (2) (3); Daily (i); Gargoyle (i) (2) (3), Managing Editor (4;; Class Secretary (3); Mimes, Opera Committee (3); Wolverine (2) (3). LEWIS E. WEHMEYER .... Forestry Club; Phi Sigma. HENRY L. WEISS .... Cosmopolitan Club; Educational Club. WILMA E. WELCH . Gamma Phi Beta. Quincy, III. . Cleveland, Ohio . . . Jackson BESSIE WELLS . ....... Toledo, Ohio Delta Gamma; Choral Union; Cercle Francais; Junior Girls ' Play. ARTHUR A. WENDER Commerce Club. ARCHIBALD G. WENLEY Zeta Psi. Sebtwaing Ann Arbor MARJORIE WEST ......... Bellevue, Ohio Delta Gamma; Cercle Francais; Freshman Spread Committee; Girls ' Glee Club; Choral Union; Sigma Alpha Iota; Junior Girls ' Play. One Hundred One X WILLIAM F. WEST . DOROTHEA J. WESTLAKE . Stylus; Girls ' Educational Club. ESTHER WHEELER . Alpha Xi Delta. HILDRETH K. WHEELER THOMAS JOY WHINERY Daily (3) (4). Grand Rapids Ann Arbor Grand Rapids HAROLD G. WHITCOMB Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Varsity Glee Club. GRACE D. WHITE ...... l ' Ki:l l KKIs l . WlCKHAM . . IBL J H KI. B Beta Theta Pi; Basketball (2) (3) (4); Class Basketball (i) BERNARD D. WICKS ........ Phi Sigma Kappa. CLAREXCE H. WIEDER Saginaui Detroit Xortvalk, Ohio Hopkins Detroit One Hundred Two I ELTON E. WIEMAN ... . . . Tujunga, California Kappa Sigma; Michigamua; Griffins; Sphinx; Football (2) (3) (4), Captain (4). KATHERINE DUTTON WILCOX Detroit PHYLLIS GERTRUDE WILEY ........ Detroit Chi Omega; Mortarboard; Class Hockey fi) (2) (3) (4); Class Basketball (i) (2) (3) (4); Class Baseball (i) (2) (3) (4); Secretary Women ' s Athletic Assn (2), Vice President (3), President (4). RUSSELL S. WILCOX ADELAIDE WILLIAMS . Sparta Dayton, Ky. FRANCES ELLISON WILLIAMS Girls ' Glee Club. HATTIE WILLIAMS Ann A ' bor WHliamstown JACK GOETCHIUS WILLIAMS ... . . Detroit Phi Kappa Sigma: Sphinx; " M " Club; Freshman Basketball; Varsity Basket- ball (2) (3) (4); Captain Class Spring Games (2); Class Baseball. GEORGE W. WILHELM Lu CHU Wu Traverse City Canton, China One Hundred Three I X THE -MICH IGANENSIAN- 1921 LEWIS R. WILLIAMS ......... Huron, Ind. Sigma Delta Kappa; Students ' Directory (2) (3); Michiganensian (2) (3). GEORGE W. WILLIAMSON FRANCES E. WILLISON . GERTRUDE G. WILLSON MABEL E. WILSON Kappa Alpha Theta. Indianapolis, Ind, . Sault Ste. Marie . Detroit Detroit NORA WILSON .... Cercle Francais; Girls ' Educational Club. REBECCA WILSON ..... DOROTHY MILDRED WINCHELL . Cosmopolitan Club; Athena. Detroit Ann Arbor Calgary, Alberta ABBOTT L. WINOGRAD ..... . . Nashua, N. H. Kappa Xu; Menorah Society; New England Club; Athletic Program (3); Varsity Glee Club. H. H. HULBERT . Ann Arbor One Hundred Four THE-MICHIGANENSIAN 1 921 WILLIAM H. WISE . Delta Theta Phi; Glee Club (3). DONALD E. WITT Sigma Chi. DOROTHY J. WOOD RUTH ELIZABETH WOOD BERNICE M. WOODBECK Alpha Xi Delta. HARRY S. WOODFORU . Detroit St. Joseph Ann Ar bor Bloomington, Illinois Ann Arbor Goshen, Ind. LEE MACKIE WOODRUFF ........ Grand Rapids Kappa Sigma; Sigma Delta Chi; Griffins; Quadrangle; Daily (3), Chairman Editorial Board (4); Opera Cast (2); Opera Committee (3); Class Treasurer (l); Soph Prom Committee; Cercle Francais. LEILLA MAY WOODWORTH . LENORE BADER Tuha, Oklahoma Grand Rapids One Hundred Five (a) MURIEL WRIGHT Classical Club. KAI-HUNG VVu . Chinese Students ' Club; Cosmopolitan Club. ELIZABETH WYLIE ..... Omicron Pi; Students ' Directory (4); Girls ' Glee Club. FRED F. WYNN . Westerners Club; V. F. W. Fu-PiNG YEN Men ' s Educational Club. Grand Blanc Canton, China . Shilby . Shfrwood, orth Dakota Ilupeh, China ALETHA YERKES ......... Northi-ill? Kappa Kappa Gamma; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Vice President of Woman ' s League; Class Vice President (4). ROBERT G. YERKE S .... ..... Detroit Delta Upsilon; Swimming (4); Daily (i) ( ); Union Opera (2) (3); Freshman Glee Club. LOUISA ALICE YOUNGS .... . Calgary, Alberta Women ' s Cosmopolitan Club; Iota Sigma Pi; Westerners Club; Girls ' Glee Club; Choral Union. One Hundred Si N6 I a JOHNSTON VAN WAGONER BARGER HARRISON 1921 ENGINEERING OFFICERS CLARENCE H. JOHNSTON MURRAY D. VANWAGONER WILLIAM R. HARRISON JAMES A. BARGER President Vice President Secretary Treasurer IN MEMORIUM JOSEPH LINCOLN BAKER BORN JUNE 21, 1897 DIED FEBRUARY 27, 1921 One Hundred Set-en THE-MICHIGANENSIAN -1921 I WETZEL PlLKINGTON HUNTER GRINDLEY STEIN BAUGH DILLON GAINES REILLY PORTER KERBEY MARSHALL GUSTAFSON SMITH STORRER 1921 Engineering Committees ASSEMBLY ERIC A. KERBEY, Ch. DON B. STRATTON WILL R. MEESE AUDITING LEGRANDE A. GAINES, JR., Ch. ERNEST R. JOHNSON BANQUET FREDERICK R. STORRER, Ch. JOSEPH L. BAKER WILLIAM W. WILLIAMS CARL VV. AUER LESTER K. FERRIS PUBLICITY RICHARD D. SMITH, Ch. BRADNER D. WHEELER HAROLD P. MCN ' AUGHTON JAMES D. HUTSON WILLIAM H. GRIDLEY FINANCE ROBERT F. GRINDLEY, Ch. JOHN W. KENNEDY WlLLOUGHBY H. BLODGETT MARK B. COVELL JOHN T. FINLEY One Hundred Eight INVITATION THEODORE R. GUSTAFSON, Ch. HOWARD E. RAMSEY HARLOW H. LIPPINCOTT LESTER S. LUKINS WAYNE F. BARNEY SING SAMUEL D. PORTER MEMORIAL ROSVVELL P. DILLON, Ch. LEIGH B. MIDDLEDITCH DURBAN A. LONGENECKER JOSEPH G. HALL PICTURE DONALD W. HUNTER, Ch. WILLIAM S. CLARKSON DUDLEY W. PITKIN PROMENADE VARNUM B. STEINBAUGH, Ch. SEWARD N. LAVVSON FRED J. PFLUKE GALE L. WESSINGER J. SCOTT CAP AND GOWN JOHN H. PILKINGTON, Ch. RANDLE B. ALEXANDER ROBERT G. FREEMAN KENNETH G. PHELPS EDWIN A. KRUEGER RECEPTION RICHARD B. MARSHALL, Ch. CHARLES P. BEATH GEORGE R. CLEMENS MONTAGUE PEARSON ORRIN S. GULLEY SOCIAL CALVIN G. WETZEL, Ch. LAWRENCE E. FROST GEORGE N. RODERICK MALCOLM E. McGowAN EDWARD F. MOORE SOUVENIR JOHN R. REILLY, Chairman HENRY A. JOHNSON THEODORE H. KEIDANZ HERBERT A. BROWNE ARNOLD R. REYNOLDS THE -MICHIGANENS1AN- 1921 RANDLE B. ALEXANDER Midlothian, Texas Tau Beta Pi; Web and Flange; Cap and Gown Committee; Civil Eng. Society. HENRY N. ANDERSON THOMAS C. ANDERSON Tau Beta Pi. CECIL E. ARCHER JOHN O. ARROWSMITH Alpha Chi Sigma. Aberdeen, Wis. 2fak. Union City Williamsbui g, Ky. Detroit E. A. ASUZANO Cosmopolitan Club. CARL W. AUER, JR. Alpha Sigma Phi; Quarterdeck. ROBERT BULLIS BALL . Round Up Club. J. ADELBERT BARGER Manilla, P. I. Cleveland, Ohio . Ann Arbor Detroit Phi Sigma Kappa; Craftsmen ' s Club; Web and Flange; Class Treasurer (4). DONALD J. BARKER A. I. E. E. Chicago, III, m One Hundred Nine WAYNE F. BARNEY ......... Kalamazoo Phylon; Kalamazoo Normal Club; Al!-Freshman Basketball; Class Basketball C. D. BARROWCLIFF .... JAMES F. BEAL ..... CHARLES PHILIP BEATH .... Triangles; Football (2) (3). BERNARD LAMBERT BECKWITH Cosmopolitan Club, President (2) (3). Cheboygan . Ann Arbor . Escanaba Cordoba, Arg. A. CLARK BENNETT ..... Delta Kappa Epsilon; Vulcans; Quarterdeck; Triangles. ROYAL C. BERGVALL ....... A. I. E. E. FLOYD R. BEUTEL Phi Kappa Sigma. CARL WILLIAM BIESER ....... WlLLOUGHBY H. BLODGETT . . . . . Phi Kappa Sigma; A. S. M. E.; Bay City Club Detroit Stephenson Ann Arbor Dayton, Ohio Detroit One Hundred Ten JOHN E. BOICE ........ Trigon; Mandolin Club (3); Secretary A. S. M. E. (4) SEYMOUR VANBOLTON . Lambda Chi Alpha. CLARENCE W. BOYDELL Phi Gamma Delta. BARNET BREZNER JAMES BAYARD BRILL . Phi Gamma Delta. Toledo, Ohio . New Hartford, N. Y. . Detroit Detroit . Indianapolis, Indiana HAROLD BROOCK .... Phi Kappa Sigma; Quarterdeck. MILFORD X. BROWN . . . . A. I. E. E.; Upper Peninsula Club. HERBERT A. BROWNE Trigon; Alpha Chi Sigma. MERRITT BRUCH .... Beta Theta Pi. WALTER WENDELL BRUNT Detroit Gladstone Trenton . irilmttte, III. Azalia One Hundred Eleven THE-MICHIGANENS AN -I 921 ROY C. BUELL JESSE ALLEN BUMPUS Zeta Psi. MITCHELL GRANT BUNTING GEORGE S. BURR . McKiM CARPENTER Ann Arbor Monrof PAULCARRICK Charlotte Theta Delta Chi; Quarterdeck; Vulcans; Varsity Glee Club (3). ROBERT W. CASE . Beta Theta Pi. ARMOND CASSIL SHUR F. CHAN . W. L. CHAPMAN Bj . liBI ' Ji. Bowling Green, Ohio Detroit Shanghai, China Bay City I One Hundred Twelve THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-ieS N. CHARITON CHARITONIDES Constantinople, Turkey Cosmopolitan Club; Greek Club. C. HENRY CHEN Nanking, China FRANCIS G. CHRISTIAN Ann Arbor W. DER. CHRISTIE Sewaren, N. J. Lambda Chi Alpha; Quarterdeck; Union Orchestra (3). IRVING B. CLARK Ann Arbor Triangles; All Fresh Football; Class Football (2) (3). JAMES K. CLARK Holland Patent, N. Y. GEORGE R. CLEMENS Plymouth Civil Engineering Society; Northwestern Club. ISADORE WILLIAM COHEN Indianapolis, Ind. HAROLD G. CORNELL Sunficld RAYMOND K. CORWIN Ann Arbor Daily; Technic; Union Opera; S. C. A. Cabinet. One Hundred Thirteen NENSIAN-I921 MARK B. COVELL, JR. . Whitehall Tau Beta Pi; Triangles; Michiganensian (2); Asst. Business Mgr. Wolverine (2) Daily (2); Issue Mgr. Daily (3); Spotlight Program Mgr. (3) (4); Union Opera Committee (3); Class Finance Committee (4); Pi Delta Epsilon; S. C. A. Cabi- net (4); Treas. A. I. E. E. (4). m IVAN M. DANSARD ' Monroe Theta Delta Chi. FREDERICK E. DAVIS . Detroit SEGUNDO A. DE " ERA .... San Nicolas, P. I. Cosmopolitan Club; Philippine-Michigan Club. ROSWELL P. DILLON Ann Arbor Theta Chi; Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Tau Beta Pi; Triangles; Bd. in Control of Publications (4); Class President (2); Chairman 1920 J-Hop Committee; Student Council (4-); Treas. Eng. Society (4); S. C. A. Cabinet (3) (4); Chairman Class Memorial Committee (4). i RUSSELL DODD " _i HB B ' J ama ' fa N- Y- Hermitage. J. HASTINGS DOWNIE Detroit Phylon; Varsity Band. CHARLES M. DRAKE ' . . j ' P I B.- nn Arbor Delta Upsilon. ROBERT J. ERNST Detroit Lambda Chi Alpha. Jfl LESLIE G. ESTEP .... . . Detroit Cue Hundred Fourteen H. REED EVERY Brooklyn Theta Chi; Round-up Club; Union Opera (2); Class Hockey, (i); Varsity Band (2) (3) (4)- LESTER K. FERRIS Tau Beta Pi; A. S. M. E. Detroit JOHN T. FINLEY Washington, D. C. Sigma Nu; Craftsmen ' s Club; Cabinet Club. RICHARD O. FISCHER Chicago, 111. Delta Tau Delta; Vulcans; Varsity Track Manager (4) EVERETT W. FOLSOM A. I. E. E. Detroit WILLIAM VAN CLEVE FOULKS . . Canton, Ohio WILLIAM R. FRASER - ... Newport, R. I. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROBERT G. FREEMAN Flint MARTIN D. FRIEDMAN Kansas City, Mo. LAURANCE EWING FROST . Grand Ratids Tau Beta Pi; A. I. E. E. One Hundred Fifteen iVB I f THE -MICHIGAN ENSIAN A. GAINES, JR Texarkana, Texas Kappa Sigma; Michigamua; Pi Delta Epsilon; Crafstmen ' s Club;Tau Beta Pi; Triangles; Dixie Club; Adv. Mgr. Daily (2) (3); Bus. Mgr. (4); Union House Committee (4); Class Sec ' y. (2); Vice Pres. (3); Chairman Class Auditing Com- mittee (4); President Student Council (4); Treasurer (3); Secy.-Treas., Engi- neering Honor Committee (3); Episcopal Vice Pres. S. C. A.; Board of Directors of Chimes (4) ; University Services Committee. LAWRENCE RAY GARMAN KZ Detroit All Fresh Baseball; Class Baseball (2) (3) (4); Class Basketball (3) (4). JAMES S. GAULT Detroit ANDREW J. GAVEY Glen Lyon, Pa. ALFRED H. GEEN St. Thomas, Ontario Kappa Beta Psi; Canadian Club. ROY E. GINDY . Toledo, Ohio C. J. GOGULSKI efiii- B Grand Rapids A. S. M. E.; Football Reserves. REGINALD M. GOODENOW . Flint A. I. E. E.;. Cosmopolitan Club. ERNEST A. GOODMAN Grand Rapids WILLIAM E. GRAINGER Kansas City, Mo- A. S. M. E.; Class Baseball. I m One Hundred Sixteen THE-MICHIGANENSlAN-19 ' 21 HOWARD D. GRANT Ann Arbor t] WILLIAM HAROLD GRIDLEY Detroit Phi Sigma Kappa; Tau Beta Pi; Quarterdeck. W ROBERT F. GRINDLEY Ponliac Delta Kappa Epsilon; Mimes; Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans; Triangles; Asst. Basket- ball Mgr. (3); Gargoyle; Union Publicity Committee; Class President (3); Class Track; Asst. Chairman Union Opera; Student Committee on Athletic Affairs. TULLY A. GROSS Glen Lyon, Pa. Quarterdeck; Keystone Club. ORRIN S. GULLEY . Kff . " - J B Detroit Theta Xi. THEODORE R. GUSTAFSON Nahma Phi Gamma Delta; Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans: Technic (l) (2) (3), Managing Editor (4); Chairman Class Invitation Committee; Pi Delta Epsilon. J. GUY HALL Pengilly, Minn. Phylon. THEODORE R. HALMAN Detroit Kappa Beta Psi; A. I. E. E. EDWARD M. HAMPTON Chevy Chase, W. F. Web and Flange; Cabinet Club. EUGENE ORR HARBECK Grand Haven Alpha Tau Omega. One Hundred, Seventeen HE-MICH1GANENSIAN-1921 KERSHAW HARMS Salt Lake City. Utah Sigma Chi; Alpha Chi Sigma; Mimes; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Triangles; Chair- man Union Fall Reception Committee (3); Union Opera (3) (4); Class Treasur- er (3); Class Football (3); Spotlight (4); Minstrel Show (4); Pres. Chem. Eng. Society (3); Chairman Union Bowling Committee. (4) WILLIAM R. HARRISON- Massillon, Ohio Phi Gamma Delta; Vulcans; Triangles; Assoc. Ed. Stud. Directory (3); Bus. Mgr. Technic (4); Class Sec y. (4). JOHN H. HEARDING, JR , . . Duluth, Minnesota Phi Sigma Kappa. HAROLD H. HELLER Appleton, Wisconsin Cygnus. HENRY T. HELLMERS Lookout, Pa. CLYDE EDWARD HERMAN Kalamazoo HARRY K. HERSCHMAN Washington, D. C. Kappa N ' u. F.RXAL C. HILL Sault Ste. Marie Trigon. GRACE HINDSHAW Atlanta, Texas ARTHUR M. HOLMES Detroit Tau Beta Pi; Eng. Honor Committee (i); Glee Club (4); Union Opera (3). I One Hundred Eighteen THE -MICH ft KEIZO HORIUCHI Tokio, Japan. H. L. HOSKING Laurium Informal Varsitv Hockey (3); Class Baseball (i) (2) (3); Class Hockey (i) (2). DON W. HUNTER Detroit Alpha Sigma Phi; Web and Flange: Sec. Civil Engineering Societv; Technic (2) (3). J. D. HUTSON .... Detroit Treasurer A. S. M. K. STUART IRVINE Kalamawo Phi Kappa Sigma; Michigan Aero Society. OTIS C. ISENBARGER Syracuse, Ind. Craftsmen ' s Club. m SAM C. JACKA Crystal Falls Acacia; Craftsmen ' s Club. ORRIN Louis JENKS Port Huron Phi Gamma Delta. CLARENCE P. JESSUP Ithaca BYRON P. JIRAS .... Aix, France Cosmopolitan Club; Cercle Francais; Vice Chairman A. S. M. E. One Hundred Nineteen THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-I921 ERNEST R. JOHNSON . South Bend, Jnd. Alpha Chi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Class Baseball (i). HENRY ALAN JOHNSON Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon. Detroit CLARENCE N. JOHNSTON ... 4nn Arbor President Engineering Society (4); Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans; Triangles; Class Vice President (l); Class Treasurer (2); Class President (4); Student Council; S. C. A. Cabinet. RALPH E. JONES Craftsmen ' s Club. Greenville, Pa. R JB CHARLES E. JORDAN Bedford HERBERT G. KAMRATH Wells MORTON KATZENSTEIN Cleveland, Ohio JACOB KELLER Newark, N. J. Newark Club. PAUL HOUK KELLER Toledo, Ohio A. I. E. E.; V. F. W. DALLAS S. KENDALL Churchville, N. Y. One Hundred Twenty THE -MICHIGANENS1AN- 1921 I I G. DONALD KENNEDY Ann Arbor JOHN W. KENNEDY .... . . Ann Arbor Alpha Chi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Triangles; President Chemical Engineering Society (3) (4); Class Secretary (3). ERIC A. KERBEY Roger! Les Voyageurs; Tau Beta Pi. ALFRED JOHN KEROLLA . Marquttte Craftsmen ' s Club; A. I. E. E. KUNJ B. KICHLU . Kashmir, India Hindustan Club; A. I. E. E. CHARLES H. KING Alpha Sigma Phi. Battle Creek MAX ARTHUR KOBLISHKE .... ' :f . . . f ff% |g! Muskegon HERBERT KOHN Louisville, Ky. Dixie Club; Kentucky Club; Assistant Manager Intramural Athletics (3); Class Baseball (2) (3); Class Football (3). GEORGE E. KORTEN Grand Rapids Phylon; Tau Beta Pi; Varsity Band (z) (3) (4). JOHN W. KUSCHINSK Battle Creek Trigon. One Hundred Twenty-one rHE-MICHIGANENSIAN ' 1921 W Ml CHO-KWAN LAM Hong Kong, China Chinese Student ' s Club. CHARLES J. LAMARRE Alpena Croix de Guerre; Medaille d ' Honneur; Order of Prince Danilo. vv J. NOBLE LANDIS Indianapolis, Indiana Phylon; Alpha Nu. SEWARD N. LAWSOX . Detroit Alpha Sigma Phi; Aeronautical Society; Technic; Soph. Prom. Committee. HUBERT S. LEADER Grand Rapids ALBERT JOHX LENT ... Saginaw Saginaw Club; Freshman Football Team. A] (fl) DONALD HORTON LESSIG Warsaw, Ind. Overseas Club. ( YI DEAN A. LEWIS Northampton, Mass. Tau Beta Pi; Class Treasurer (l); Class Football (2), A. I. E. E. Hu CHI LIANG Canton, China HARLOW H. LIPPINCOTT . South Bend, Ind. One Hundred Twentv-two THE-MICHIGANENSIAN GEORGE WILLIAM LIPSCOMB Washington, D. C. Alpha Tau Omega; Cabinet Club. B. N. LOBDELL Onaa-ay Phi Gamma Delta. 88 . x MAX LOEWENSOHN Louisville, Kentucky Menorah. DURBAN A. LOXCENECKER . Toledo, Ohio Sigma Phi; Vulcans; Triangles; Assistant Basketball Manager (3); Stage Committee Spotlight Vaudeville (3); Chairman Junior Social Committee; Class Memorial (3); Stage Manager Summer Spotlight; Union Opera (3). KOON CHONG Loo Honolulu, Hawaii V. RAYMUNDO LOPEZ .Mexico City OJ LESTER S. LUKINS Artesia, New Mexico Delta Chi; Triangles; Westerners Club; Varsity Track. HARRY J. MACK . . . . St. Johns Phi Delta Theta. ALBERT MACLEOD Bay City Craftsmen ' s Club. JOHN WOOD MCDONALD Ann Arbor One Hundred Twenty-three THE MICHIGANENSIAN- 19 21 MALCOLM E. McGowAN ... Steubenville, Ohio Alpha SigmaPhi; VulcansjUnion Music Committee (3); Social Committee (4); Class Pub. Committee Chairman (3); Sec. Treas. J-Hop Committee (3); Class Baseball (i) (2) (3) (4); Mgr; (3); Glee Club (l) (2) (3); Committee Eligibility- Athletes (4). HUGH DAVID MCL.EESE Freeland Delta Sigma Phi. ORIN W. McMuLLAN Belleville Phi Lambda Upsilon. HAROLD GRAFTON McNAMEE Cass City Web and Flange; Triangles; Technic (2) (3) (4). HAROLD P. MCNAUGHTON Varsity Band (2) (3) (4). Coldwater AARON W. MANBY .... Niagara Falls, Out, Beta Theta Pi; Aeronautical Club. W. F. MARANDE Bay City Club; Class Football. (2) Bay City AXEL MARIN Manistique STANLEY S. MARQUARD North Muskegon RICHARD BELL MARSHALL Detroit Delta Kappa Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans; Triangles; Daily (2); Chairman Senior Class Reception CommitteejUnionOpera (2) Student; Council (3) (4); Vice-President (4). One Hundred Twenty-jour THE-MICHI ROBERT J. MARSHALL Owosso Round-up Club. JOHN EDW. MARSON Marcy, N. Y. Lambda Chi Alpha; Football Reserve (3); Class Football (2). , WILBUR C. MATCHETT Beaver, Pa. Phylon; Varsity Mandolin Club. FRANKLIN H. MAUGH Milford LAWRENCE C. MAUGH Milford WILL RUTHVEN MEESE Toledo, Ohio Delta Chi; Vulcans; Triangles; Varsity Track (2) (3) (4). fi r WILLIAM J. MERGARD Midland LEIGH B. MIDDLEDITCH Detroit Trigon; All-Fresh Baseball; " A M A " Baseball (3). FERNAND W. MILLER Battle Creek J. MUSSER MILLER ... Harrisburg, Pa. Phi Kappa Sigma; Alpha Chi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Vice Pres., Chem. Eng. Society; Fresh. Cross Country Team. One Hundred Twenty-five DONALD KNIGHT MIRRIELEES Montclair, . J . Sigma Phi; Yulcans; Triangles; Class President (3); Mimes; Alchemists; Union Opera (2) (3) (4): Chairman, Summer Spotlight (4). EDWARD F. MOORE Detroit Tau Beta Pi; Mimes; Cercle Francais (l) (2) (3) (4); Union Opera (2) (3); Class Social Committee (4). JAMES M. MOORE Theta Xi; Fresh Cross Country Team. Pittsburgh, Pa. ROBERT L. MORSE . Kewanee, 111. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Pi Tau Sigma. AXEL G. MORTENSON Marquette Craftsmen ' s Club. DELOS M. PALMER Toledo, Ohio RALPH H. PAQUETTE nn Arbor MONTAGUE PEARSON Saginaw Saginaw Club. WILLIAM V. PEATTIE Flint Kappa Beta Psi; Mimes; Chairman Costume Committee, Union Opera (3) (4); Class President (l). JUSTIN J. PFEIFFER Corning, N. Y. One Hundred Twenty-six FREDERICK J. PFLUKE Dettoit Theta Chi; Students ' Directory, Asst. Bus. Mgr. (3), Bus. Mgr. (4). KENNETH G. PHELPS .... jinn Jrbor W AUGUST LAWRENCE PHILIPP Ann Arbor Phi Lambda Upsilon. JOHN H. PILKINGTON High-more, S. D. Tau Beta Pi; A. I. E. E. Vice Chairman (4); Chairman Cap and Gown Com- mittee (4). STAN-LEY PINEL Kalamazoo Craftsmen ' s Club; Class Baseball (i); Cross Country (i). DUDLEY W. PITKIN . Flushing, N. Y. Theta Xi. NORMAN G. PLAITS Fort Pierce, Florida Cygnus; Dixie Club. y SAMUEL D. PORTER Bliss field Tau Beta Pi; Web and Flange; Vice Pres. Civil Eng. Society; V. F. W.; Swim- ming Team (3) (4); Chairman Class Sing Committee (4). EDWARD H. POTTHOFF Goldfield, Nev. GILBERT W. POTTS Toledo, Ohio m One Hundred Twenty-seven THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 HOWARD EARL RAMSEY Detroit Craftsmen ' s Club; Web and Flange; TrianglesjTechnic (i) (2); Varsity Glee Club (2) (4); Union Opera (4). JOHN RANDOLPH REILLY . . - Ann Arbor Delta Upsilon; Mimes; Sphinx; Students ' Dir. (3), Mng. Ed. (4); Union Employment Chairmen (3); Union Opera Committee (4); Fresh. Lit. Hockey (i); Class Hockey (3) (4); Quarterdeck. HAROLD H. REMINE Kalamazoo A. I. E. E.; Kalamazoo Normal Club; Varsity Mandolin Club. ARNOLD R. REYNOLDS Croswell Round-up Club; Craftsmen ' s Club; Web and Flange; Mgr. Class Football (4); Class Basketball (i) (2) (3) (4); Mgr. (3); Class Hockey (i) (2); Class Baseball (i) (2). CECIL CRANDALL RHODES . ... Ann Arbor Mimes (3) (4); Union Music Committee (4); Union Orchestra (2) (3) (4). VOGLE D. ROBERTSON Romeo GEORGE H. RODERICK . Davenport, Iowa Sigma Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans; Triangles; Eng. Vice-Pres. Union; Asst. Gen. Chairman " Red Feather " : J-Hop Committee (3); Composer, Union Opera (2) (3) (4); Mimes. FREDERICK S. ROSER Toledo, Ohio Hermitage; Michiganensian (2); Glee Club. ALBAN ST. ARMOUR Cheboygan MAXWELL E. SALISBURY Norwich, N. Y. 8 THE ' MICHIGANENS1AN-19 21 FLOYD S. SANDERS .... Phi Kappa Psi; Class Football (i). Traverse City WILLIAM T. SHANCK ......... Pontiac A. S. M. E.; Pontiac Club; Technic; Union Music Committee; Varsity Band (3) (4); Spotlight Committee (3). PHILIP W. SCHNORBACH ........ Manistee Delta Upsilon; Chimes (3); Spotlight Committe e (4). . SCOTT HAROLD C. SEELEY .......... Theta Chi; Varsity Band (2) (3) (4); Symphony Orchestra (i) (2) (3). JOHN MONTAGUE SESSIONS ..... Lambda Chi Alpha. DANIEL J. SHEEHAN ...... New England Club. Detroit Holly Dttroit Northampton, Mass. HERMAN S. SHERMAN ........ Cheyenne, Wyo. Alpha Chi Sigma; Mimes; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Westerners Club; Mgr. Union Orchestra (3) (4); Chairman Music Committee (4); Class Chairman, Social Committee (2); Soph Prom Committee (2); Varsity Band (i) (2) (3) (4); Symphony Orchestra (i) (2) (3); Union Orchestra (2) (3) (4). BERNARD H. SHIRK . . . . . . . . Louisville, Ohio Delta Tau Delta; Vulcans; Varsity Glee Club (2); Union Opera (2). CLAUDE M. SHURTLEFF Craftsmen ' s Club. Cross Village A fin One Hundred Twenty-nine I CARL F. SIEKMAN .... Craftsmen ' s Club; Scalp and Blade. HOMER A. SIZE . . . . Acacia. GRANT HAROLD SMITH Craftsmen ' s Club; Chi Epsilon. HERBERT EWART SMITH Craftsmen ' s Club; A. S. M. E. Lebanon, Ohio Bufalo, N. Y. Branson Petersburg Ann Arbor HOBART F. SMITH ...... Delta Tau Delta; Pi Delta Epsilon; Triangles. Detroit RAYMOND DEMoTT SMITH ....... Cleveland, Ohio Beta Theta Pi; Vice President Aernautical Society; Mandolin Club. RICHARD D. SMITH . ...... Culbertson, Mont. Sinfonia; Triangles; Chairman Class Social Committee (l); Class President (2) Honor Committee (2) (3); Chairman Publicity Committee (4); Glee Club (2) (3) (4); Student Council (3). SCHUYLER B. SMITH . Sigma Xu. STILES C. SMITH Delta Kappa Epsilon. Port Huron Cleveland, Ohio I One Hundred Thirty RICHARD RUSSELL SNOW . HAROLD STARK WALDO R. STEGENGA Grand Rapids VARNUM B. STEINBAUGH ... . . Ann Arbor Kappa Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Veb and Flange; Craftsmen ' s Club; Chairman Prom. Committee; President Civil Engineering Society (4). E. MARLOWE STEVENS ..... . . Owofso Zeta Psi; Vulcans; Mimes; Union Opera (3) (4); Fresh Glee Club; YarsityGlee Club. WALTER C. STINSON Elkhart, Indiana FREDRICK RAY STORRER . . . . ... Owosso Zeta Psi; Mimes; Vulcans; Web and Flange; Triangles; Union Opera Committee U);Glee Club (3); Chairman (4); Sec. Engineering Society (4); Assistant Base- ball Manager (3). DON B. STRATTON r ' Theta Delta Chi; Vulcans; Triangles. HAROLD KIMBALL STROUT . New England Club. W 7 AYNE STOKES THOMAS . Quarterdeck. . Owosso Portland, Maine Detroit One Hundred Thirty-one THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 1 G. RICHARD TITCOMB New England Club. S. W. TRAYLOR . Phi Sigma Kappa; Tau Beta Pi. RANSOM C. TURNER . Phi Kappa Sigma. ARTHUR J. UNDERWOOD . Glee Club (i). WELLINGTON TANNER LRCH . Delta Upsilon. . Gardner, Mass. Alltntown, Pa. . Alltgan . Olcan, N. Y. ' . . Bay City WILLIAM A. DEL VALLE . . . . HAROLD VAN DEMAN ...... Theta Xi; Naval Militia Club; Rifle Club. LEE VAN HORN .... ... Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Tau Beta Pi. . San Juan, Porto Rico Toledo, Ohio Pinckney MURRAY D. ANW AGONER ........ Pontiac Vutcans; Web and Flange; Triangles; Pontiac Club; Football (2) (3); Class Vice President (4). ELTON WILLARD VIETS ....... Youngstown, Ohio Theta Xi; A. S. M. E.; Youngstown Club, Vice President (3) (4). X ftl W I One Hundred Thirty-two THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 PHILLIP HUNTER VIVIAN .... EARL E. WAG NER ..... American Chemical Society. HENRY TIBBELS WARD .... Craftsmen ' s Club; Class Football (2) (3). FRANCES CHARLES WARREN . jff2fl Craftsmen ' s Club; A. I. E. E. GEORGE B. W ATKINS .... Phylon. S. M. WEAVER . _ ROLLIN T. DRAKE Beta Theta Pi. RUDOLPH B. WEREY Alpha Chi Sigma. RALPH W. EGGERT GALE LAVERE WESSINGER Vice President S. C. A. . Calumet Ann Arbor . Sioux City, la. Charlotte Tunkhannock, Pa. Many, N. Y, Ann Arbor . Kane, Pa. Buchanan Flint One Hundred Thirty-three CALVIN G. WETZEL . .... . Windsor, Ontario Delta Tau Delta; Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans; Triangles; Track (2) (3) (4); Studeni Council (4). BRADNER DUDLEY WHEELER . . Washington, D. C. Delta Tau Delta; Vulcans; All Fresh Track; Varsity Track (2) (3) (4). INGLE B. WHINERY EGERTON B. WILLIAMS Phi Kappa Sigma. Grand Rapids Iron on FRANK R. WILLS Chimes (2); Glee Club (2) (3); A. I. E. E. Hancock EDUIN ARTHUR KRVEGER ...... . Manistft Alpha Sigma Phi; Vulcans; Web and Flange; Mimes; Technic (3) (4); General Chairman Union Opera (4); Spotlight (3); Treas. Civil Eng. Society (4).. ALFRED WILKINSON WILSON . . . Detroit Cercle Francais. WARD H. PITKIN . . . . . . . . . Benton Harbor CHARLES OSCAR WILSON . .... Muskegon Sigma Phi; Toastmasters; Vulcans; Football (3). One Hundred Thirty-four THE-MICHIG, J. PAUL WINCHELL Class President (l). Ann Arbor ELWOOD A. WINDHAM . Theta Xi. HENRY WOLFE . . . . V. F. W.; Mandolin Club (3). . Port Huron Chicago, Illinois MILTON WRUBLE .......... Detroit University Symphony Orchestra (i) (2); Michigan Union Orchestra (4). HENRY WHY YEE Chinese Students ' Club. Canton, China AUBREY A. YOUNG . . . ... . . Marquette Monks; Alpha Chi Sigma; Comedy Club; Craftsmen ' s Club. HERBERT L. ZIEGENBEIN ..... ' -:? I , . . Jackson Craftsmen ' s Club. ELMER P. ZINK . . . . . Flint EARLE E. BARTELL ... . Harrisburg, Pa. One Hundred Thirty-five THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 STRAIGHT SCHAEFER ROEMER GoDDEYNE 1921 Architectural Officers EUGENE D. STRAIGHT . GILBERT P. SCHAEFER . JOSEPH C. GODDEYNE . ARMIN A. ROEMER . President Vice President . Secretary Treasurer One Hundred Thirty-six THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 I GLENN H. BENJAMIN ........ Grand Rapids Alpha Rho Chi; Student Council (3); Grand Rap ids Club; Class Treasurer (3). F. M. BURNS .... Alpha Tau Omega; Varsity Band. Toledo, Ohio R. V. GAY . . . . Tau Sigma Delta; Craftsmen ' s Club. St. Johns JOSEPH CHARLES GODDEYNE ........ Bay City Tau Sigma Delta; Bay City Club, Secretary; Class Treasurer (l); President (2) Secretary (4); Fres. Architectural Society. DAVID L. HALPER i, Ohio JAMES WM. KIDENEY Alpha Rho Chi; Class President (3). Bufah, N. Y. PHILIP LEONARD KOKLAUNER ....... Cleveland, Ohio Craftsmen ' s Club; Architectural Society; Ohio Club; Class Secretary (3); Class Baseball (2); Freshman Glee Club (l). One Hundred Thirty-seven THE -MICHIGANENS1AN- 1921 JOHN H. PAGE Tau Sigma Delta. Ann Arbor ARMIN A. ROEMER ......... Detroit Arch. Bus. Mgr., Technic (3); Eng. Honor Comm. (4); Class Treasurer (4). E. R. Rossi A. PAUL SCHOLL . Phylon. Buenos Aires, Argentina . Cleveland, Ohio ROGER V. SHERMAN .... Alpha Rho Chi; Class President (l). EUGENE D. STRAIGHT . . . . Alpha Rho Chi; Class President (4). Jf IH ' B One Hundred Thirty-eight Ann Arbor Creenville THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 1 ENSING BAKER COREY COOK 1921 Medical Officers OSBORN H. ENSING MARY J. BAKER . WILLIAM P. COOK ALTON W. COREY President Vice President Secretary Treasurer IN MEMORIAM SAMUEL M. FEINBERG Born in Bulgaria Died December, 1918 Class of 1921 . One Hundred Thirty-nine THE-MICH1GANENSIAN 1921 I Al.LEN HoTCHKISS SPRINGER DURBIN RUEDEMANN HARRIS BACON SNYDER 1921 Medical Committees HONOR FLOYD P. ALLEN, Chairman JOHN C. DETRO R. EMERSON DESPELDER SAMUEL W. BECKER- FRANK L. DORAN INVITATION WALTER T. HOTCHKISS, Chairman AlARGARET R. REYNOLDS EDWARD P. CATHCART MEMORIAL THOMAS W. DURBIN, Ch. CORYDON L. FORD DEV ' RIES LEWIS H. DARLING CARLETON J. MARINUS ALTON W. COREY PICTURE BRUCE A. HARRIS, Ch. JOHN W. HELFRICH JOHN F. GIPNER WILLIAM P. COOK SOCIAL FRANK L. R. SNYDER, Ch. EUGENE A. Osius JOSEPH D. HEIMAN WILLIAM E. KUECHENMEISTER LAWRENCE W. FAUST AUDITING RUSSELL A. SPRINGER, Ch. ERNEST E. HUBER FRANK E. COUGHLIN RECEPTION ALBERT D. RUEDEMANN, Ch. CARLETON J. MARINUS WILLIAM M. GERMAN CAP AND GOWN LYLE C. BACON, Ch. WILLIAM C. ELLET LLOYD H. McKiM i ft One Hundred Forty THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 LYMAN ANDERSON ADAIR FLOYD P. ALLEN ....... Phi Chi; Phi Sigma; Chairman Honor Committee. J. EUGENE ATEN ...... Craftsmen ' s Club; Keystone Club. LYLF. C. BACON ....... Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha Omega Alpha. Wooster, Ohio Ann Arbor Coraopolis, Pa. Si. Paul, Minn. MARY J. BAKER ....... Alpha Epsilon Iota; Class Vice President (5) (6). HOWARD B. BARKER . Nu Sigma Nu. Sheridan, N. Y. ROBERT E. BARNEY ....... Alpha Delta Phi; Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha Omega Alpha. . Poplar Bluff, Mo. Cleveland, Ohio SAMUEL WILLIAM BECKER ..... . Benton Harbor Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha; Galens; Phi Sigma. ERNEST H. BEERNINK Phylon; Varsity Band (l) (2) (3) (4). CLAUD W. BEHN . Phi Chi. Cooptrsville . Ann Arbor One Hundred Forty-one MICHIGANENS AN -192 1 T. P. BISHOP Hillsdalc ARTHUR F. BOELL Detroit Galens. ALFREDO V. Bou . Coronal, Porto Rico Cosmopolitan Club. REED O. BRIGHAM Gamma Alpha; Sigma Xi. Toledo, Ohio DEFOREST W. BUCKMASTER Albany, N. Y. Alpha Tau Omega; Nu Sigma Xu. EDWARD CATHCART Flint Xu Sigma Xu. J. S. CHAMBERS Murray, Ky. NORMAN E. CLARKE Mt. Pleasant Phi Rho Sigma. WILLIAM PAUL COOK Phoenix, Arizona Craftsmen ' s Club; Class Secretary (6); Choral Union. ALTON W. COREY Owosso Craftsmen ' s Club; Chairman Finance Committee (5) (6); Class Treasurer (5) (6). One Hundred Forty-two THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I9-21 FRANK EDWARD COUGHLIN Luzerne, Pa. Delta Tau Delta. W. G. COWAN ' Walla Walla. Wash. H. LEWIS DARLING Eaton Rapids Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Chi JOHN C. DETRO Rochester, A r . Y. Phi Rho Sigma. CORYDON L. FORD DEV ' RIES Holland Nu Sigma Nu. FRANK DORAN Grand Rapids THOMAS VV. DURBIN McClure, Ohio Alpha Kappa Kappa; Galens; 1920 J-Hop Committee; Honor Committee (5). WILLIAM C. ELLET Three Rivers Round Up Club; Union Opera (4); Glee Club (3) (5); Varsity Band (4) (5) (6). OSBORN H. ENSING Class President (6). Kalamazoo LAWRENCE WILLIAM FAUST . : : Deadwood, South Dakota Phi Rho Sigma. One Hundred Forty-three THE-MICHIGANENS AN-1921 A EDWARD GEORGE GERKEN Toledo, Ohio Phi Beta Pi; Class Basketball (5); Varsity Glee Club (4). WILLIAM McKEE GERMAN .... Ann Arbor Phi Kappa Psi; Nu Sigma u; Gamma Alpha; PhijSigma; Sigma Xi; Alpha Omega Alpha; Galens; Student Council; Junior Research Club. JOHN FREDERICK GIPNER Niles Gamma Alpha; Craftmen ' s Club; Alpha Omega Alpha; Graduate Club. BRUCE ALEXANDER HARRIS Ann Arbor Phi Beta Pi; Craftsmen ' s Club; Alpha Omega Alpha; Galens; Chairman Honor Commit tee (5). JOSEPH DAVID HEIMAN Butte, Montana Craftsmen ' s Club; Westerners Club; Student Directory (2);Dai!y (i); Class Social Committee (6). JOHN W. HELFRICH Ann Arbor Phi Chi; Phi Sigma; Class Pres. (4). LELAND E. HOLLY Woodland Phi Rho Sigma; Phi Sigma. WALTER T. HOTCH KISS Jamestown, N. Y. Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Rho Sigma; Galens. ERNEST E. HUBER Boonville, Mo. Alpha Kappa Kappa; Phi Sigma. JACOB KASANIN Harbin, Russia Menorah Society; Cosmopolitan Club. One Hundred Forty-four THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-IQS W. E. KUECHENMEISTER Blissfield Phi Chi; Galens. HARRY BROWN MACCALLUM Midland Beta Theta Pi; Nu Sigma Nu; Owls; Galens; All Fresh Football; Varsity Foot- ball (3); Union Opera (3); Class Football (2); Class Track; 1917 J-Hop Com. CHARLES H. MCCARTHY Lowell Phi Chi; Theta Chi; Student Council (5); Class Secretary (5). LLOYD H. McKiM Phi Chi; Phi Sigma. Ann Arbor CARLETON J. MARINUS Binghamton, N. Y. Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha Omega Alpha; Galens; Junior Research Club; Phi Sigma; Honor Committee (4) Class President (5). HOWARD B. METTEL . . . . Kappa Sigma; Phi Rho Sigma. NORMAN B. MUHME .... LEO L. KEWFIELD Conntrst ' ille, Indiana . . Toledo, Ohio Detroit CHARLES J. OEHLHOFFER Benton Harbor Alpha Kappa Kappa. EUGENE A. Osius Detroit Alpha Kappa Kappa; Galens; Varsity Band (2) (3) (4) (5) (6); Mandolin Club (4) (5). One Hundred Forty-five THE-MICHIGANENSlAN-1921 ARTHUR PEEBLES Lorain, Ohio Phi Chi. MARGARET RUTH REYNOLDS ........... Ann Arbor Alpha Chi Omega; Alpha Epsilon lota; Alpha Omega Alpha. AARON DUDLEY RIKER .............. Pontiac Nu Sigma Nu. ALBERT D. RUEDEMANN ............ Albany, N. Y. Phi Chi; Galens; Class President (5). EDWIN P. RUSSELL . . Alpha Kappa Kappa. HAROLD A. ST. JOHN Nu Sigma Nu Marquette MAI RICE G. SHELDON I ' fi ' l I- B Olean, N. Y. Phi Beta Pi; Theta Xi; Galens. NED RUDOLPH SMITH Ann Arbor FRANK L. R. SNYDER Fort Worth, Texas Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha Omega Alpha; Galens; Honor Committee (4). One Hundred Forty-six I u RUSSELL A. SPRINGER VanWert, Ohio Chairman Auditing Committee (6). RAYMOND M. STARK Watertown, Wisconsin XI DAVID ISRAEL SUGAR Detroit K. H. TERTSAGIAN Detroit EARL A. THAYER . Toledo, Ohio Craftsmen ' s Club. ATHOI. B. THOMPSON Grand Rapids Phi Delta Theta; u Sigma Nu; Owls; Varsity Track (2); Glee Club. CARLOS E. TIMOTHEE .... San Juan, P. R. RITA B. TOWER Flint Alpha Epsilon Iota. F. BURNELL WIGHT Yalt Phi Rho Sigma. One Hundred Forty-seven THE -MICHIGANENS1AN- 1921 Bouchard Martinek Wolfe Zigler 1921 Law Officers GEORGE BOUCHARD . EDWARD M. MARTINEK ARTHUR E. ZIGLER G. BYRON WOLFE . President Vice President . Secretary Treasurer w 1 IN MEMORIAM GEORGE ANDREW CADWELL, JR. Born December 23, 1898 Died October 14, 1920 Delta Tau Delta Phi Alpha Delta One HunlreJ Forty-fight THE- MICH IGANENSIAN Lewis Mattern Joslyn Loring Zeigler Gault 1921 Law Committees SOCIAL RAYMOND LEWIS, Chairman JOSEPH PLANCK TURNER RUDESILL RICHARD LARWELL INVITATIONS LEE JOSLYN, Chairman DOUGLAS CLAPPERTON HERMAN A. AUGUST OWEN T. SHARKEY MEMORIAL ARTHUR ZIGLER, Chairman CHARLES A. LIBBY CREASE EDITORS BRUCE LORING, Chairman HELMUTH E. MAAG HERMAN A. AUGUST CLASS DAY RALPH GAULT, Chairman FRANK L. WALTERS VALIOS E. CROSSLEY FINANCE LEWIS H. MATTERN, Chairman ANDREW W. LOCTON CARL A. SORLING One Hundred Forty-nine THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 GEORGE BYRON ALAN Goldfield, Nevada HERMAN A. AUGUST . . . . Detroit Delta Sigma Rho; Woolsack; Michigan Law Review;Editor, Athletic Program; Union Opera Committee; Varsity Orator; Varsity Debater; President, Menorah Society. WILLIAM J. BALGOOYEN Grand Haven Delta Sigma Phi; Gamma Eta Gamma. C. B. FISK BANGS ... Charlotte Acacia; Craftsmen ' s Club. OLIVE NEVILLE BARTON White Cloud Caryatides; Kappa Beta Pi; Michigan Law Review. FREDERICK G. BEATTIE Toledo, Ohio Delta Theta Phi. FERDINAND CORTEZ BELL Clearfield, Pa. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Michigamua. P. HARRY BENNETT . . . Meaden ' ille, Montana Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Griffins; Toastmasters; Union Opera; Varsity Glee Club; Mimes. WYNN BLAISDELL . Berkeley, Col. Gamma Eta Gamma WILLIS BLAKESLEE . Quincy, III. Phi Gamma Delta; Michigamua; Barristers; Sphinx; Managing Editor 1921 Michiganensian One Hundred Fiftv I THE -MICHIGANENS1AN- 1921 A. GEORGE BOUCHARD Afunising Sigma Phi Epsilon; Delta Theta Phi; Barristers; Michigan Law Review; Class President (6). ALAN W. BOYD Indianapolis, Ind. Delta Upsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Football (2) (3) (4), Basketball (4). CARL G. BRANDT Ludington Delta Theta Phi; Quadrangle; Delta Sigma Rho; Alpha Nu; Craftsmen ' s Club; Michigan Law Review; Varsity Debating Team (5) ; President Oratorical Association (6). GEORGE AUSTIN BROWN Topeka, Kansas Phi Alpha Delta; Delta Sigma Rho SAM S. CANTERBURY Sigma Chi; Phi Delta Phi. Tulsa, Oklahoma GEORGE P. CANTIEI.L Ann Arbor MELVIN JOSEPH CASSIDY Ottawa. Illinois Zeta Psi. DOUGLAS CLAPPERTON Grand Rapids Delta Upsilon; Phi Alpha Delta; Quadrangle; Barristers; Michigan Law Review. REGINALD McCALL COBBS Akron, Ohio Psi Upsilon; Phi Delta Phi. MILLARD B. CONKLIN St. Paul, Nebraska Gamma Eta Gamma; Barristers; Law Football Team (5). One Hundred Fifty-one THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-192I HARRY DESPOND .-Inn Arbor I EARL DORFNER Seattle, If ' ask. Phi Alpha Delta. THURMAN B. DOYLE Menominee Gamma Eta Gamma; Barristers; Class President (5); Student Council (6). RODNEY DUNNETTE Byron, Minn. Gamma Eta Gamma; Alpha u. RALPH E. GAULT Flint Theta Chi; Phi Delta Phi; Michigamua; Woolsack; Board in Control of Stu- dent Publications (4) (5) (6); Union Recording Secretary (4); President of the Student Council (4); Michigan Law Review. F. L. GREENWALD Whiting, Ind. Craftsmen ' s Club; Basketball (5). CHARLES V. HICKS Alpena Zeta Psi. LYLE D. HOLCOMB Grand Rapids Sigma Delta Kappa; Sackett Club; Law Soccer Team (5). WARD M. HOPKINS Centeroille, N. Y. E. REED HUNT Ramsey, Illinois Sigma Phi Epsilon; Delta Theta Phi; Griffins; Woolsack; Daily (4). One Hundred Fifty-two THE MICH IGANENSIAN- 1921 SYDNEY ARTHUR JACOBS Detroit OLIVE SCOTT JOHNSON Pittsburgh, Pa. Kappa Beta Pi. WALTER O. R. JOHNSON Youngstotvn, Ohio Phi Alpha Delta; Barristers; Youngstown-Michigan Club; Class Baseball (i); Class Football (4). LEE E. JOSLYN, JR Detroit Chi Psi; Phi Delta Phi; Barristers. OSCAR A. KAUFMAN Detroit Yiagne Club. EVA KATHERINE KILPATRICK Ann Arbor Kappa Beta Pi EDWARD KNUFF Johnstown, Pa. Gamma Eta Gamma. i GEORGE RICHARD LARWII.L Adrian Sigma Phi; Phi Delta Phi; Toastmasters. ISADORE E. LEVINE Michigan City, Ind. Phi Sigma Delta. RAYMOND McKiNLBT LEWIS Adrian Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Alpha Delta; Barristers. One Hundred Fifty-three THE -MICHIGANENS AN- 1921 ANDREW WATSON LOCKTON Phi Alpha Delta; Archons. BRUCE B. LORING Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Alpha Delta; Barristers. CLARENCE E. LOTT Delta Theta Phi: Woolsack; Iron County Club. Battle Creek Valparaiso, Ind. Iron River Tripp, South Dakota LEWIS H. MATTERS Beta Theta Pi; Phi Delta Phi; Dayton, Ohio HELMUTH E. MAAG y Delta Theta Phi; Michigan Daily (2). JAMES INGLISH McCLiNTOCK Canon City, Colo. Delta Upsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Michigamua; Woolsack Quadrangles; Sphinx;Basketball (3) (4); Managing Editor Michigan Chimes (5); Chairman Union House Committee (5) (6); Union Vice President (5); Chairman Senior Reception (4); Class Basketball (l) (2); Member of Board in Control of Student Publications (6). FRANK MARTIN, JR. Si. ... Boise, Idaho Sigma Delta Kappa; Westerners Club; Wolverine (3); Chairman Social Committee (4). EDWARD M. MARTINEK Mtnominet Class Vice-President (6). One Hundred Fifty-four THE -MICHIGAN ENS1AN- 1 921 V A CHRISTIAN F. F. MATTHEWS .... Kappa Beta Psi; Mt. Clemens Club. CLARK R. MISSIMORE FRANK CLARK PATTERSON .... Delta Theta Phi. Mt. Clemens Hillsboro, Illinois Saginaw JOSEPH WILMER PLANCK Phi Sigma Kappa; Phi Alpha Delta. C. DONALD PoRRirr Sigma Pi; Pontiac Club. Lansing Pontiac HUGO V. PRUCHA . Gin-eland, Ohio Mimes; Glee and Mandolin Club; Opera Orchestra; Symphony Orchestra; Varsitv Band. JOHN H. RAPP Phi Delta Phi. Fairfield, III. HENRY RAVENEL Washington, D, C. EDWARD J. RICHARDS Homestead, Pa. Sigma Delta Kappa; Barristers; Pennsylvania Club. PAUL D. ROACH . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Alliance, Ohio One Hundred Fifty-fee THE-MlCHIGANENSIAN-1921 RONALD ROBERTSON Sebrina, Ohio Alpha Tau Omega. LEE ROBINSON Hoopeston, III. Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Alpha Delta. MARIAN ROOSE Perrysburg, Ohio Caryatides TURNER M. RUDESILL Rapid City, S. Dakota Sigma Delta Kappa; Barristers NORMAN H. SALLWASSER La Porte, Ind. Monks; Phi Alpha Delta HAROLD M. SHAPERO Detroit Phi Beta Kappa; Woolsack; Michigan Law Review; Adelphi. OWEN T. SHARKEY ! I ' K I 9t Johnstown, Pa. Gamma Eta Gamma. HAROLD R. SMITH Detroit Alpha Sigma Phi; Phi Delta Phi; Michigan Law Review (5) (6); Daily (2) Assistant Business Manager (3); Class Baseball (i). JOSE M. CAJUCOM Manila, P. I. One Hundred Fifty-six THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-I921 HENRY W. SMITH Tyro, Ark. WINTER N. SNOW Phi Delta Phi; Woolsack; Michigan Law Review. CARL SORLING Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Delta Phi. Mars Hill, Maine Moline, III. I CHARLES BRYANT STEGNER Titusi ' ille, Pa. Sigma Delta Kappa; Pennsylvania Club; Class Treasurer (i) (2); Choral Union H. H. STEPHEN-SON . Sigma Delta Kappa. Frtionia, Kansas HUBERT LEROY THORNTON W. ROSCOE TONKIN Phi Alpha Delta; Woolsack; Barristers GLENN TREVOR wfl . Ann Arbor Sft Edwardsburg Moline, III. One Hundred Fifty-seven THE-MICHIGANENSIAN 1 921 FRANK LEONARD WALTERS Lansing Delta Theta Phi; Druids; Sphinx; Varsity Track; Cross Country; Student Council. LESTER E. WATERBL-RY .... Chicago, 111. Delta Upsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Sigma Delta Chi; Michigamua; Phi Beta Kappa; Managing Editor Chimes (6). R. NOBLE WETHERBEE Chi Psi; Phi Delta Phi. Detroit ROSCOE S. WILKEY Urbana, III. Sigma Chi; Phi Delta Phi. BYRON WOLFE Bradford, Pa. Gamma Eta Gamma; Barristers; Class Treas. (6); Class Football; Class Base- ball. ERNEST LVTTRELL ZEIGLER Maysrille, Ky. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Barristers; Daily (2) (3); Class Secretary (6); Varsity Glee Club (2) (3). ARTHUR E. ZIGLER Elkhart, Ind. Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Delta Phi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Barristers; Michiganensian (2) (3) (4);Mngr. Ed. Athletic Program (6);Class Memorial Committee (6); Class Treas. (2);Class Baseball Mgr. (i); Union Opera (3); Asst. Baseball. Manager (3). FAY S. ZIMMERMAN . Phi Kappa Tau; Woolsack. Washington C. ., Ohio One Hundred Fifty-fight THE-MICHIGANENSIAN Cannon Weiss Erbland Butler 1921 Dental Officers RAYMOND F. CANNON BENJAMIN WEISS FLORENCE K. BUTLER HENRY O. ERBLAND . President Vice President Secretary Treasurer One Hundred Fifty-nine I J THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I92I Bellinger Rattner Ruzwick Vernier Forsyth McKnight C. Dyason G. Dyason Woods 1921 Dental Committees SOCIAL DON H. BELLINGER, Chairman JOHN L. REED RAY V. CHASE RUTH M. CON WAY AUDITING ALEC RUZWICK, Chairman CHARLES J. McCANN DONALD C. LYONS JULIA H. NORDSTROM FINANCE EDGAR L. FORSYTH, Chairman JAMES P. GHYSELS LAWRENCE G. RAUB NORMA N. BULLIS CAP AND GOWN CHARLES D. DYASON, Chairman CARL BACCARO PAUL P. PAINE PICTURE WALTER F. WOODS, Chairman ARTHUR TARLOFF PHILIP R. CARROLL ALLAN G. BOYNTON MEMORIAL MOSES RATTNER, Chairman GARY E. WRIGHT ELMER J. KIUVONEN DONALD B. DARLING MICHIGANENSIAN FLOYD L. VERNIER, Chairman FRANK G. MERZ BENJAMIN WEISS HENRY 0. ERBLAND ANNOUNCEMENT GEORGE G. MCKNIGHT, Chairman HENRY O. ERBLAND MAX GREENSPAN- MISS LIEN T. FONG CANE GILBERT E. DYASON, Chairman GEORGE D. BOONE HARRY G. HINCKLEY HENRY HICKS One Hundred Si.v v THE -MICHIGANENSIAN I 92 1 ISODORE M. ALPERT Rochester, N. Y. Kappa Nu. CARL BACCARO Newark, New Jersey President of Newark Club. ( ( J. L. BARNETT Ann Arbor DON BELLINGER Gladwin Theta Chi; Delta Sigma Delta; Class President (2); Class Football; Class Baseball. GEORGE D. BOONE Buchanan Delta Sigma Delta. A. G. BOYNTON Hornell, N. Y. Delta Sigma Delta; Student Council (3) (4); Secretary Dental Society (4) NORMA MARIE BULLIS Maple Rapids Class Secretary (i). FLORENCE BUTLER Rose City Alpha Xi Delta; Class Secretary (4); Class Basketball (l) (2); Choral Union. RAYMOND F. CANNON . .... .... . . Laurium Delta Sigma Delta; Informal Hockey Team (3) (4); Class Treasurer (l); Class President (4); Class Hockey (3). PHILIP CARROLL, JR Hancock Delta Sigma Delta. One Hundred Sixty-one THE -MICHIGANENS1AN- 1921 RAY V. CHASE Psi Omega; Craftsmen ' s Club. RUTH M. CON-WAY Ishpeming Sault Sie. Marie DONALD B. DARLING Inn Arbor Sigma Phi Epsilon; Delta Sigma Delta; President Dental Society; Varsity Glee Club (2). J. N. DONALDSON Detroit CHARLES D. DYASON Pretoria, South Africa South African Club, President (2); Cosmopolitan Club; Captain Varsity Soccer (l) (2), Manager (3); Cap and Gown Committee (4); Tennis (2). GILBERT E. DYASON Varsity Soccer, Captain (3). HENRY ERBLAND Rochestet, N. Y. Delta Sigma Delta; Class Treasurer (4); 1920 J-Hop Committee. Shanghai, China LIEN TSUNG FONG ! ' H Chinese Student ' s Club. EDGAR L. FORSYTH Detroit Xi Psi Phi; Dental Society, Treasurer (3) ; Class Vice President (3) ; Baseball (3) E. T. Fu REY Detroit Alpha Tau Omega; Psi Omega; Freshman Glee Club; Glee and Mandolin Club (2) (3). One Hundred Sixty-two THE -MICH IGANENSIAN One Hundred Sixty-three EARL A. GELHAAR Detroit Hermitage. JAMES PAGE GHYSEES Grand Rapids Delta Sigma Delta. x H. N. GOTSCHALL Minerva, Ohio Delta Sigma Delta; Chairman Cap and Gown Committee (4). MAX GREENSPAN ' Newark, .V. J . HENRY HICKS inn Arbor Psi Omega; Round-Up Club; Dental Society; Craftsmen ' s Club. H. G. HINCKLEY Jamestown, Kansas Xi Psi Phi; Class Basketball (l); Class Football (3); Class Baseball (3). D (Q. FRED G. KNEPPLE L ' Anse Xi Psi Phi. I ELMER J. KUIVINEN If ' akefield Psi Omega; Gogebic Range Club. CARL ANDERSON LUND Muskegon DONALD C. LYON Jackson THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 CHARLES J. McCANN ... St. James Xi Psi Phi. GEORGE G. MCKNIGHT New Castle, Pa. Psi Omega; Pennsylvania Club; Class President (3); Dental Society, Vice- President. FRANK G. MER?., JR . Brooklyn. N. Y. Track (4); Wolverine (3); Daily (2). G. N. MORRILL ' . . . . ||P?5 Ann Arbor JULIA NORDSTROM Negaunee Class Auditing Committee. P. PAL-L PAINE Maple Rapids Psi Omega; Round Up Club; Dental Society; Varsity Band. MOSES RATTNER Detroit Kappa Nu; Athletic Program (3); Varsity Glee Club (3). LAWRENCE G. RAUB . Olean, N. Y. Psi Omega; Round Up Club. J. L. REED .... Butler, Pa. Xi Psi Phi. One Hundred Sixty-four THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-19 H. A. RUSKIN Windsor, Ont. Cosmopolitan Club; Canadian Club. ALEC RUZWICK New Castle, Pa. Phi Sigma Delta. WILLIAM FRANCIS ST. Louis . Walkenille, Ontario HENDRIK JACOBUS SCHOEMAN Cradock, South Africa Craftsmen ' s Club. GORDON SINDECUSE Albion I EDWARD R. STOLIKER Ann Arbor Canadian Club; Rifle Club. ANDRIES M. STRAUSS Pretoria, South Africa Craftsmen ' s Club; Ferris Institute Club; Cosmopolitan Club; South African Club. ARTHUR TARLOFF Toledo Class Football (4). One Hundred Sixty-foe THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-IQSl DOUGLAS M. TEAL Midland Xi Psi Phi; Union Orchestra; Varsity Band. FLOYD L. VERNIER Pontiac Delta Sigma Delta; Class Treasurer (2). BENJAMIN WEISS Newark, N. ]. Phi Sigma Delta; Newark Club; Varsity Basketball (2) (3) (4); Class Treasurer (3); Class Vice President (4); All-Dental Football Team; Class Basketball (i). WALTER F. WOOD Delta Sigma Delta. T. W. WOZNIAK Psi Omega; Catholic Club; Gogebic Range Club. Htrkimer, A . Y. Bessemer GARY E. WRIGHT Conneaut, Ohio Delta Sigma Delta. A. MARK YEAGER Lockport, N. Y. Xi Psi Phi; Lockport Club; Varsity Orchestra (2). VAHAX T. ZOGALIAN jinn Arbor Cosmopolitan Club. One Hundred Sixty-fix THE-MICH1GANENSIAN-192 Traut Young Watts Tavlor 1921 Pharmic Officers ELMER J. TRAUT JOSEPH B. YOUNG NELDA TAYLOR EDWARD C. WATTS President Vice President Secretary- Treasurer One Hundred Sixty-seven WALDO BLACKMER ................ Milan Phi Delta Chi; Craftsmen ' s ClubjAristolochites; Chairman Invitation Com. ELMER L. HAMMOND Craftmen ' s Club; Prescott Club. JOHN- H. HUGAN Prescott Club. Chelsea Flint JOHN MOFFETT INGLIS ............ Madison, Indiana Phi Delta Chi; Prescott Club. CLAYTON B. MATTESON ......... ..... Mason Phi Delta Chi; Prescott Club MIURA Nippon Club; Prescott Club; Cosmopolitan Club. Kumamoto, Japan DALE H. MOATS ........... Harrisville, W. Phi Delta Chi; Prescott Club; Class President (2); Vice President (l). CHARLES H. NEWMAN .............. Muskegon Craftmen ' s Club; Prescott Club. ISAO NISHIMURA ......... ..... Osaka, Japan One Hundred Sixty-eight THE -MICHIGAN ENS AN -1921 HAROLD E. SCHLICHTING Port Sanilac Craftsmen ' s Club. BYRON VV. SWIFT Grand Blanc Aristolochites; Prescott Club. NELDA TAYLOR Pensacola, Florida Alpha Chi Omega; Prescott Club; Class Secretary (2) (3) (4). ELMER J. TRAUT . ffetv Athens, III. Phi Delta Chi; Prescott Club, President; Secretary Aristolochites; Class President (4); Student Council (3) (4). LEONARD R. WAGENER Ann Arbor President Aristolochites; President Prescott Club (2). ' .jS i R. C. WARNER Milan Phi Delta Chi; Prescott Club. EDWARD C. WATTS ... Peru, III. Phi Delta Chi; Round Up Club; Craftsmen ' s Club; Aristolochites; Prescott Club; Class President (i); Class Treasurer (3) (4). JOSEPH B. YOUNG Detroit Prescott Club; Aristolochites; Class Vice President (4). One Hundred Sixty-nine HOMEOPATHIC SENIORS HUGH A. CAMERON ff ' aterbury, Conn. HORACE L. FRENCH Lansing Alpha Sigma; Class President (2); J-Hop Comm. (3) Varsity Glee Club (3). HOWARD HARPST Toledo, Ohio Alpha Sigma; Round-Up Club; Student Council (4); Class President (4). RICHARD B. PENZOTTI Alpha Sigma; Class President (4); Delta Sigma Rho. Orion W. WILBUR WILLIAMS Branson HAROLD E. WISNER Pi Upsilon Rho; Round-Up Club; Craftsmen ' s Club. Ann Arbor One Hundred Seventy THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-1921 HOMEOPATHIC NURSES GERTRUDE BRYDGES Bailey GAIL DAVIDSON Erart ALICE EDWARDS If av land RUTH GILLETTE Kalamazo FERN HARRIS . . . vrv , j B Coopersrille w A BEATRICE EDITH HILL EDITH A. KERR Class Vice President (3). . Ann Arbor Sarnia, Ontario EDNA KXEISLEY Kenton, Ohio LEONA M. LAKE .... Benton Harbor One Hundred Seventy-one MICHIGANENS1AN 1921 MARGARETE F. LAMBERT Chelsea - GLENDA A. MILLER Hersey w w MARJORIE J. OTTO Grand Ledge Class President (3). MARGARET KANE ROGERS Omena Geneva Club; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (i) (3); Lake Geneva Delegate (i); Symphonic League. CLEO ELIZABETH SLAGLE Kenlon, Ohio x w Rl LILLIAN SPEAR Athens, Pa. FLORENCE SUMMERS Grand Ledge MARY ELLEN TOWNS Ludington Class Secretary and Treasurer (3). One Hundred Seventy-two THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I9 9-N-21 Merrill Allen Hartt 1921 Nurses ' Officers HELEN L. MERRILL . EDNA M. HARTT IVA V. ALLEN . President Vice President Sec ' y-Treas. f X One Hundred Seventy-three I THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 IVA ALLEN Class Secretary and Treasurer (3). SIGRID ANDERSON .... - 1 jfl GEORGIANA R. ARMSTRONG Lansing Iron Rivet St. Charles ELLA ARNOLD ................. Edmore HILMA ASIKAINEN RUTH BALLAMY ................ Bay City MARGARET G. BARTLETT ............. St. Joseph EMMA MAY BECKER .............. Senton Harbor FRANCES VV. BERTA .............. Braidtvood, III. HANNAH BINHAMMER ............ . . Scbtwaing One Hundred Seeenty-four THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 ELEANOR BLANCHARD ft Ashtabula, Ohio AMELIA BODEMILLER Toledo, Ohio BLANCHE ETHYL BOLLEY Roana, Indiana HELEN CLIFF Jackson MARTHA X. DAVEY Buitc, Montana MARGUERITE DUNNING Pinckney JUDITH ENGBERG Iromvood HELENA EVISTON Lafontaine ANNA BELLE FISHER Archbold, Ohio ROBERTA ELIZABETH FOOTE Albion One Hundred Seventy-fiat I3S2s THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 GRACE L. GILBERT Traverse City SUE S. GRAINGER Paducah, Ky. m X MARGARET GRAVES Sunderland, ft. New England Club. HELEN M. HANSEN ? CrtenrUie EDNA MAY HARTT Detroit Class Vice-President (3). VIRGINIA HOWELL HARTWEI.I Kirmingham SYBIL HASKINS JVyandotte I MARGARET HERZBERG Toledo, Ohio AGNES HOPLEY Red Oak, Iowa GRACE M. HUMES Marlette One Hundred Seventy-six THE-M1CHIGANENS1AN-I921 MYRTLE L. JOHNSON Whitehall ALMA L. JORGENSEN Inkster ALMA C. JULSRUD Rugby, N, D. ANNA MARIE KUURF. K. RUTH LAR.UE Hancock Rockford, Ohio GRACE LAW Bay City MARGARET H. LYONS Crystal Falls 151 RHEA MACGLINCH Jackson StiiHpnt ( " " minril MARGARET MCCREEDY Caro BURNICE McN T AMARA m One Hundred Seventy-seven THE -MICH IGANENS AN- 1921 MARGARET MASON HELEN LOUISE MERRILL Class President (3). Bay City Sagina-w ALICE LILLIAN MOAG Bay City OPAL MOORE Ligonier, Ind. LUCILLE OHLAND Saginaai FRANCES MARY PASCHE . . . " tS ' -r- Portland EDNA PETERSON Coleraine, Minn. HELEN F. PLATT Manistte CORA PRICE Topeka, Indiana RUTH E. PURDY Rockford, Ohio One Hundred Seventy-eight w THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-I921 HOPE RECKER Woodville, Ohio Class President (2); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Student Council. GEORGIA RUSSELL Bourbon, Indiana FRANCES B. SCHLEETER Lake Linden KATHERINE SILL Jefferson, Ohio DEAN SMITHUICK Port Hope L. ALICE SPENCE . r B ' l B- Adrian RUBY G. SPRING -Is itabula, Ohio Class Secretary and Treasurer (2); Vice President Y. VV. C. A. LEFA WILSON STICE Bangor SADYE TAPSON . Marlette One Hundred Seventy-nine ELSIE M. TURNER Spring Arl o ERMA VANUEUSEN Holly X HELEN R. VYN Pres. Nurses Arhleiic Associntinn (? . drand Haven OLLIE WESTEEN Hut ley, Wisconsin FANNY WOOD . Rowbnn, HELEN M. WOODBUBY ESTHER WOODRUFF (It and Hartn Saginax EVA YOUNG " Traverse City MARJORIE BREEN Chesney One Hundred Eighty CLASSES One Hundred Eighty-one 1 922 Literary Officers I OKA W. RUSH MARGARET R. STONE .... BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL F. M. SMITH .... COMMITTEES SOCIAL HUGH W. HITCHCOCK, Chairman CHARLES E. HOFFER ROBERT J. COOPER NORMAN R. BUCHAN ALFRED W. SPEER BUHER W. HuNGERFORD MARGARET R. STONE SARA M. WALLER DOROTHY J. SPAULDING MARY BLOUGH HOPE CHIPPMAN FINANCE RENAUD SHERWOOD, Chairman STEWART T. BEACH ROBERT B. RITTER KAYE H. BUTTARS BEATRICE E. SMITH HELEN W. WILSEY ELIZABETH B. HOLT MARJORIE DEAM MICHIGANENSIAN PRESTON H. SCOTT, Chairman ZELLA P. CARR G. N. WELCH JOYCE H. McCuRDY CAMDEN R. KITSON BERNICE FRAZER PHILIP L. DECKER DOROTHY E. KAHL . President Vice President Secretary- Treasurer AUDITING L. KEITH LEPARD, Chairman HERBERT L. CHAPMAN JAMES B. WITKER JAMES M. CROSBY LEAH M. WITTERS EUPHEMIA B. CARNAHAN ELSIE W. TOWNSEND MARIE A. STUEFER PUBLICITY Louis M. DYLL, Chairman MYRON S. WILLIAMS JOSEPH A. BERNSTEIN ROBERT F. WIENEKE MAYNARD A. NEWTON EDNA A. GROFF MARJORIE D. PETTIBONE RUTH M. MILLS R. DEVERA STEINBERG One Hundred Eighty-two THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 Dow GOETZ McCoRDIC BRADLEY 1922 Engineering Officers J. DOUGLAS Dow MILTON T. GOETZ EDGAR S. BRADLEY . GEORGE W. McCoRDic President Vice President . Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES SOCIAL ALBERT B. EVANS, Chairman PAUL C. ACKERMAN ROBERT C. CHRISTIAN GORDON F. GODLEY ROBERT S. KERSEY ROBERT C. VOGT ATHLETIC FRANCIS G. HICKEY DANIEL P. KEARNEY KENNETH M. RONAN TRADITIONS DONALD C. DOUGLAS EUGENE HARBECK FINANCE GEORGE W. McCoRDic, Chairman ARTHUR J. STOCK SIGNOR V. PETERSON One Hundred Eighty-three THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 HuBACH RlNDGE MORSE 1922 Architectural Officers CARL C. HUBACH KENNETH RIXDGE FREDERICK J. MORSE . President rice President . Secretary-Treasurer COMMITTEES J-HOP FRANK B. ANDRUS SOCIAL HENRY S. BOOTH, Chairman M. MILES GRYLLS ARCHITECTURAL SOCIETY REPRESENTATIVES FRANK B. ANDRUS Ross BITTINGER One Hundred Eighty-jour THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-192I GoETZ ToRGERSON STONE DEPREE 1922 Medical Officers ANGUS G. GOETZ WILLIAM R. TORGERSON ISLA G. DEPREE . JONATHAN B. STONE President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES HONOR SOCIAL N. WARREN BOURNE, Chairman RALPH O. RYCHENER WILFRED MULDOON WILLIAM R. TORGERSON WILLIAM E. COLA HOWARD H. HEFFERON, Chairman RALPH O. RYCHENER WILLIAM E. COLE J-HOP PAUL M. MOORE, JR. n I One Hundred Eighty-five THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 SPIER REAVILL CLARK EATON 1922 Law Officers JAMES E. SPIER RICHEY B. REAVILL J. FRANK EATON CEDRIC V. CLARK President Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer FINANCE COMMITTEES EARL E. KINCAID. Chairman LEO V. KUHN AUDITING HAROLD E. STORZ, Chairman GEORGE O. BROPHY SOCIAL JOHN A. FRIEDLUND, Chairman ARCHIE D. MCDONALD HENRY A. McCowAN CLARENCE L. SMITH i One Hundred Eighty-six 1922 Dental Officers C. WILFORD WILSON CLARENCE R. BUELL FRANK W. RANKIN FRANS VAN REENAN . President Vice -President . Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES FINANCE ROBERT W. CHRISTIE, Chairman C. WILFORD WILSON CLARENCE R. BUELL FRANS VAN REENAN FRANK W. RANKIN ADVISORY HOWARD C. ELDRIDGE, Chairman FRANCIS C. NAYLOR S. W. VANDERMERRE CASH R. STEVENS J-HOP JAMES O. BEAVIS SOCIAL FRANK H. PEARCE, Chairman JAMES E. MURPHY CHESTER F. WRIGHT J. GEORGE NAYLOR EDWIN C. BEEBE AUDITING CLAUDE R. WOMER MILO M. BOSTWICK GEORGE A. DELANO KIRKE F. HARRINGTON REDVERG E. MERRY ATHLETIC FRANK W. THOMPSON One Hundred Eighty-seren THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 EDISON ERICKSON CULVER ALLEN 1922 Pharmic Officers DUANE H. EDISON . WALTER B. ERICKSON MONICA M. ALLEN . DONALD C. CULVER . President Vice President . Secretary Treasurer G) One Hundred Eighty-tight THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 MEADS JOHNSON PULFORU 1922 Homeopathic Officers JASON B. MEADS WALLACE M. JOHNSON- WILBUR L. CASLKR . D. L. PULFORD President Vice -President . Secretary Treasurer w I X M One Hundred Eighty-nine THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1911 ' rHfe.-L.UC.KV - ' If Hi CAMP DAVIS JUNIOR CIVIL ENGINEERING SUMMER CAMP LAKE DOUGLAS, MICHIGAN One Hundred Ninety One Hundred Ninety-one THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 I HiLLERY ToRREY GIBSON- WAGNER 1923 Literary Officers VERNON F. HILLERY HELENE TORREY MERRY C. WAGNER ROBERT D. GIBSON . President Fice-President . Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES SOCIAL L. PERKINS BULL, Chairman FREDERICK S. RANDALL JAMES HUME VENNER E. BRACE VIRGIL S. TILLY MARION KOCH HELEN PARTLOW SEWARD S. CRAMER FINANCE NORMAN DAMON, Chairman GEORGE PERRIN ADVISORY VERNON F. HILLERY, Chairman HELENE TORREY MERRY C. WAGNER ROBERT D. GIBSON L. PERKINS BULL NORMAN DAMON RICHARD BURCHELL AUDITING RICHARD BURCHELL, Chairman NATHAN ROBERTSON JESSE K. BRUMBAUGH ATHLETIC ROBERT ADAMS. Chairman THEODORE P. BANK GEORGE W. HYDE One Hundred Ninety-two THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 m 1923 Engineering Officers JAMES E. JOHNS ROLAND H. I LAND EDWARD C. HAUG THOMAS J. LYNCH President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer One Hundred Ninety-three X THE-MICHIGANENS AN -I 92 1 FARLEY HUTCHINSON JONES CLARK 1923 Architectural Officers HOWARD L. FARLEY . ELMER V. HUTCHINSON JESSIE M. CLARK DOROTHY E. JONES . . President Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer COMMITTEES SOCIAL FINANCE EARL H. LUNDIN, Chairman HAROLD E. PETERSON DOROTHY E. JONES BRAINARD M. WILSON, Chairman HORACE W. WACHER DOROTHY E. JONES JESSE M. CLARK One Hundred Ninety-four THE-MICHIGANENS AN-1921 DAVIS SMITH STIMSON STONE 1923 Medical Officers WILLIAM P. DAVIS HEWITT SMITH RUTH P. STONE GEORGE A. STIMSON SOCIAL President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES ARCH WALLS, Chairman ROBERT DIETERLIE RUSSELL LYNCH KENNETH M. McCALL ALBERT C. KERLIKOWSKE AUDITING GEORGE H. BELOTE, Chairman FRANK MORAN KENNETH P. JONES HONOR JAMES M. PIERCE, Chairman MARY C. SAXE JOHN F. YONKMAN L. COLEMAN LUDLUM ORLA H. GILLETT BROWN DERBY W T ALDEMAR F. SCHRIEBER, Ch. WERNER W. DUEMLING RUDOLPH J. PRICE JOHN H. SCHLEMER CHARLES E. FUTCH One Hundred Ninety-five THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 ALMOTH LORANGER TOLAN 1923 Dental Officers VERNER H. EMAN RAYMOND W. WALMOTH JOSEPH J. TOLAN STEPHEN D. LORANGER SOCIAL COMMITTEES JOSEPH H. TODD, Chairman AUSTIN A. GILLHOOLEY CHESTER F. SULKERS BENJAMIN F. FRUEHAUF GEORGE F. WEAVER AUDITING HAROLD V " . MALIN, Chairman LEO B. PURDY FREEMAN B. HOVER One Hundred Ninety-six 8 President rice-President Secretary Treasurer :s FINANCE HAROLD P. HART, Chairman OSWALD E. BRODERSON G. H. FISCH ROBERT S. GREGORY B ATHLETICS | i M. P. O ' HARA THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-19 ' 21 VAN SCHOICK GRANT FENTON LOCKWOOD 1923 Homeopathic Officers FRANK VAN SCHOICK . LUCILLE R. GRANT CLEMENT E. LOCKWOOD RUSSELL F. FENTON . FINANCE . President Fice-President Secretary . Treasurer COMMITTEES HONOR CLARENCE H. PEACHEY, Chairman WILLIAM M. LEFEVRE RUSSELL F. FENTON ERNEST W. BAUER FRANK VAN SCHOICK 1 One Hundred Ninety-seven THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-1921 i w m SEARI.E DELAXEY DANIELS BAISLEY 1923 Pharmic Officers JOHN G. SEARLE JAMES H. DELAXEY IRENE BAISLEY . TROY C. DANIELS SOCIAL President f ice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES FINANCE CHARLES M. WARNER, Chairman JOHN A. PALMER HARRY E. FIERO RAYMOND C. SMITH, Chairman THEODORE F. THORSBERG GEORGE C. TASKER m i IS One Hundred Ninety-eight One Hundred Nincty-ninr THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 STEKETEE HAYES WILKINS ROCKWELL 1924 Literary Officers DONALD W. STEKETEE MARY HAYES DOROTHY E. ROCKWELL ROBERT WILKINS President f r ice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES SOCIAL HEBER CURTIS, Chairman JOHN MORSE JOHN BULKLEY JOHN WARREN MAURICE WOOD EDITHE BARBER TENNIE VADON Lois MILLER MARIAN KOLB SUSAN FITCH FINANCE MOREAU S. CROSBY. Chairman DONALD W. STEKETEE MARY HAYES ROBERT WILKINS HELEN DELBRIDGE ADVISORY DONALD W. STEKETEE, Chairman MARY HAYES DOROTHY E. ROCKWELL MOREAU S. CROSBY HEBER CURTIS ROBERT WILKINS HARRY KIPKE AUDITING HARRY KIPKE, Chairman FRANK E. HAWLEY DONALD FREDERICKS MEMBERSHIP WINFIELD ROGERS, Chairman RICHARD BACHMAN LAWRENCE E. DOOGE DOUGLAS FLOOD CLARENCE HEIL HORTENSE MILLER JANET SMITH JOSEPHINE PATTON CATHERINE RIGGS MARTHA KIRKPATRICK ELECTION HARRY HOEY, Chairman RUSSELL THORNQUIST STEWART BOYD EDWARD McCALLUM EDWARD BRANSON Two Hundred THE -MICH ICANENS AN -I 921 BERNARD SUTTER MITCHELL SLAUGHTER 1924 Engineering Officers JOHN P. BERNARD JOHN P. SUTTER HENRY W. SLAUGHTER ROBERT B. MITCHELL ADVISORY President rice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES SOCIAL JOHN P. BERNARD, Chairman JOHN P. SUTTER HENRY W. SLAUGHTER ROBERT B. MITCHELL BASIL R. KRITZ HARVEY E. REED HENRY HUBBARD FINANCE RUSSELL H. PARIS. Chairman JOHN P. BERNARD JOHN P. SUTTER ROBERT B. MITCHELL JAMES H. BOYD JOHN H. EDWARDS, Chairman BENJAMIN F. HAUSMAN DONALD D. WILSON- JAMES E. DUFFY R. WUERTH AUDITING HARVEY E. REED, Chairman JOHN D. BRISCOE DONALD A. TINN FOOTBALL CAPTAIN CAMERON A. Ross PUBLICITY MANAGER F. HlLLANDER Two Hundred One THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-ig l SHERMAN BLOOD Cl.ELA.ND REID 1924 Architectural Officers ROGER Y. SHERMAN . MARIAN F. BLOOD WILLIAM H. REID EUGENE T. CLELAND . President f ' ice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES REPRESENTATIVES TO ARCHITECTURAL SOCIETY ROGER . SHERMAN RHEES E. BURKETT ATHLETIC MANAGER EDWIN F. OLXEY Tivo Hundred T:rc THE-MICHIGANENSlAN-IQ l 1 BATES Bi ETHAN BRUNSTRING BREAKEY 1924 Medical Officers LA MOTTE F. BATES . WINIFRED BIETHAX ROBERT S. BREAKEY Louis A. BRUNSTRING . President dee-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES HONOR GEORGE F. GREEN, Chairman PAUL . DUBOIS WALTER F. MANLEY ROY O. GILBERT IRENE L. MARTIN SOCIAL EARL B. RITCHIE, Chairman FRANCIS J. FITZPATRICK RAYMOND G. FINNIE JOHN L. KLEINHEKSEL NORMAN K. FOLEY ADVISORY LA MOTTE F. BATES, Chairman WINIFRED Bi ETHAN Louis A. BRUNSTRING ROBERT S. BREAKEY WALTER F. MANLEY JOSEPH E. BARSS RUSSELL MUSTARD AUDITING RAYMOND B. DRYER, Chairman YERNON C. ABBOT CLARENCE J. POPPEN FINANCE EARNEST C. BURHANS. Chairman JOSEPH H. FAILING JOHN M. BARNES Two Hundred Three THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-L901 . CHADVVICK DOUGHERTY TONES STEPHENSON 1923 Law Officers w m FRANCIS E. CHADWICK THOMAS S. DOUGHERTY ELMER L. STEPHENSON HAROLD A. JONES COMMITTEES AUDITING GEORGE HEIDEMAN, Chairman JOHN M. WINTERS, JR. CHARLES F. IVES JOSEPH C. HOOPER President Pice-President Secretary Treasurer WILLIAM H. BALES SOCIAL GEORGE F. MALCOLM, Chairman GORDEN M. GALE PAUL R. CASH HOWELL E. HAYES EARL C. EWINS 11 I T-JJO Hundred Four THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 GlLMORE BROOKS NOBERT BLACK 1924 Dental Officers ALLAN E. GILMORE GLENN BROOKS GERALD S. BLACK OLIVER E. NOBERT SOCIAL . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES FINANCE ALBIN L. SWANSON, Chairman EDWARD CROSBY KENNETH HOAGLAND RAYMOND L. WHEATON HOMER TULEY, Chairman HERBERT ARNDT HERMAN MAST ROBERT REIN AUDITING GLENN BROOKS, Chairman GEORGE HUBBARD HAZEN P. COLE CECIL WILCOX Two Hundred five i THE-M1CHIGANENS1AN-1921 ROBY STEFFEY WEXZLER WATSON 1924 Pharmic Officers LYNN B. ROBY . STUART S. STEFFEY . LILLIAN G. WATSON . FREDERIC J. WENZLER . President ice-President . Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES SOCIAL KENNETH J. MACKENZIE, Chairman PAUL L. LIVINGSTON GARNET VAN HORN T-JOO Hundred Six THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 I, ON IK ILLIAMS HENKEL PROMPTLY id MICHIGAN ALUMNUS MEMORIAL HALL 1924 Homeopathic Officers HAROLD J. BRISBOIS . CLARENCE J. WILLIAMS DAVID D. LONIE Louis P. HENKEL SOCIAL H. LOYAL LUMBY, Chairman LODISLAUS J. DANIELEWSKI CECIL C. WILTSE . President ' ice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES ATHLETIC MANAGER MICHAEL J. CRINO Two Hundred Seven THE-MICH1GANENS1AN-192I -e I - v. i5 r!BT-f 7 ' o o Hundred Eight Pictorial ALMANACK For the Years 1920 a Collection of PHOTOS which gives a Pitfurefque and Correct Account 0 Vfo EVENTS a ft HAPPENINGS at the UNIVERSITY of MICHIGAN Collected by or for the MICHIGANENSIANanrf printed in the year i:i.. i:it ii NAS-H Two Hundred Nine Freshmen being pulled into the Huron 1920 Spring Games. April and May are months of much activity at the University. They are the months in which the spring games are participated in by the two under classes, Fresh- man and Sophomore. Rope Tying Contest 1920 Spring Games. Two Hundred Ten 1 -. __r- __ V ' B_ jtfibl Freshmen before Tug 0 ' War in front of Library. Great rivalry is displayed at and before the date of the games between the two classes, and the week before the contests are called, is a precarious one for the Freshmen. Sophomores with coveted Tug 0 ' War rope, after 1920 Tug of War. Two Hundred Eleven Glee and Mandolin Club on western trip guests of a Michigan alumnus in Arizona. May is also the month which marks the Seniors ' first apptarance in cap and gown -such being a rather informal announcement of their coming graduation. Crowd leaving Ferry Field after the Illinois baseball game Spring 1920. Two Hundred Twelve Seniors during 1920 Swing Out entering Hill Auditorium. The thirtieth of this month has always been observed as a day of tribute to those who fought and died for their country and is always commemorated by suitable exercises. Memorial Day parade preceding the exercises held at Ferry Field. Two Hundred Thirteen tgan ASSOCIAl fc.U PKi n MI MI. ii ' BALL TITLE WON Conference Outdoor Track ' Records Two mi:-- Hlrt j . Jv :.- J Ii VOI.VF.KINF.S VIN rilim VKAKs IN SI ( ( I ,SION us H iriHh This- picture speaks for itself and is just a pleasant reminder that the Big Ten championship ball title remained at Michigan for another year after the close of the 1920 season. June is the month, not alone of roses, but of baseball championships and track meets and above all of Cap Night, the one bright memory in the Freshman ' s first year at the University. Commencement for the Seniors of the University also comes in this Cap Night at Sleepy Hollow 1920. Two Hundred Fourteen Meet to firing Many StlrsIIcri . Michitan Track Hi, Michigan was host to the other Conference track teams at the All-Conference out- door meet in June of last year. month of June. This month is noted especially for the study that is indulged in by the students generally, for the breaking of ties of four years of happy residence for the Seniors and for goodbyes and farewells that must always come when one leaves a place perma- nently. A cart load of diplomas on their way to Hill Auditorium to be distributed to gradu- ating classes of last year. Two Hundred Fifteen Sphinx Initiation 1920. might be well to note in the recording of this Almanac that during the last three months enumerated there are constant disturbances and outbreaks, not in any well defined periods , but rather spasmodically disturbances that are not objectionable in any way Triangles Initiation 1920. Two Hundred Sixteen Michigamua Rope Day 1920. but rather spectacular and interesting to watch, during which various honor societies initiate their members and take them into the Mysticism of their portals. Ye Sphinx and Ye Triangles and Barristers and numerous others are quite active at this period Web and Flange Initiation 1920. Two Hundred Seventeen Barrister Initiation 1920. of the year and present for the public eye some rather amusing, and yet highly unob- jectionable, initiations. Vulcans Initiation 1920. Two Hundred Eighteen Druids Initiation 1920. June also witnesses Lantern Night, participated in by all University women at Palmer Field, a pageant which is both spectacular and novel in its presentation and dress. Tr ' A Vj J Lantern Night held at Palmer Field June 1920. Tct ' o Hundred Nineteen Mid-West Conference of the Woman ' s Self-Government Association. W e now come to the Fall of the University year, the months of October, November and December. The principal event of the early Fall of 1920 was the inauguration of Marion LeRoy Burton as President of the University. Representatives of the Unions of the leading schools and colleges met at the Michigan Union last spring for discussion of their own problems and to inspect and learn concerning the Michigan Union. Two Hundred Twenty President Burton ' s inauguration in Hill Auditorium Fall 1920. This inauguration was held in conjunction with the National Educational Con- ference, which drew some of the world ' s best known educators to its meetings. President Burton walking with President Emeritus Hutchins to Hill Auditorium Two Hundred Twenty-one Fall Games 1920. And then come again the Fall games, between the entering Freshman class and the Sophomores in which the Sophomores were victorious. November saw the human block " A " at Ferry Field and the homecoming crowds that witnessed Michigan ' s comeback on the gridiron. Fall Games 1920. Two Hundred Twenty-two Block " M " at the Chicago game Fall 1920. November also brought with it the return of the Michigan-Minnesota Jug to Water- man Gymnasium, where it will be retained until its withdrawal is necessitated by a Minnesota gridiron victory over Michigan. Michigan-Minnesota Jug brought back to Ann Arbor by Minnesota ' s defeat last November. Two Hundred Twenty-three New Hospital in the process of construction January, 1921. December was notable for Christmas spirit and cheer, and hundreds of poor children were made glad by the " Goodfellows " of various student organizations, who gave cheer- fully time, money and pleasure for their happiness. Poor Children ' s entertainment at Lane Hall December, 1920. Two Hundred Twenty-four I I lyiM HIHI IIMBIM III IIIIIIWHII pictures appearing in tbe following see tion are an impartial selection of itliclnrjan men. mabe not for tijeir popularitr, or goob fellowship but rattier for tf)e serbices tijat tfjei ' tjaUe ren bereb to i licijtgan in perpetuating anb furthering time lionoreb actiUities anb institutions. 31 n sncii a list tljere are bounb to be omissions canseb bV temporary absence. sicUness or impossibility to procure tfje picture at tfje time neceg(ar| ' ===but toe beliebe these babe been f eui. Cljc men luljose pictures appear toere cliosen bn a committee com poseb entirely of S tubent Councilmen. Botograbure Section A. J. COHN, ' 2iL Spokane, Washington 1920 Varsity Football Team P. W. EATON, ' 21 Jackson President Michigan Union R. J. DUNNE, ' 22 Chicago, Illinois 1920 Varsity Football Team J. A. BERNSTEIN, ' 22 Lima, Ohio Sunday Editor, Michigan Daily J. E. JOHNS, 23 Lansing 1920 Varsity Football Team Two Hundred Twenty-six otograbure Section C. N. JOHNSTON, ' 2iE Ann Arbor Student Council J. A. AvERY, 2I South Bend, Ind. 1921 Michiganensian Staff ROBERT COOK, ' 21 E Cleveland, Ohio 1920 Varsity Track Team ALBERT JACOBS, ' 21 Ann Arbor Chairman Freshman Mentor Committee T. H. ADAMS, ' 22 Ann Arbor Night Editor, Michigan Daily Two Hundred Twenty-seven kotograbure T. P. BANKS, ' 22 Flint 1920 Varsity Football Team D. A. FORBES, 21 Grand Rapids Interscholastic Manager HUGH HITCHCOCK, 22 Detroit Night Editor, Michigan Daily CALVIN WETZEL Windsor, Ont. 1920 Varsity Track Team G. H. RODERICK, ' 2iE Davenport, Iowa Vice-president, Michigan Union Two Hundred Twenty-eight cuoti H. WEEKS, ' 21 Detroit Editor 1920-21 Gargoyle O. H. ENSING, 2iM Kalamazoo Senior Medical President ROBERT ANGELL, ' 21 Detroit Sports Editor 1920-21 Daily RICHARD FISHER, 5 2iE Chicago, 111. Track Manager 1920-21 ROSWELL DILLON, ' 2iE Ann Arbor Student Council Two Hundred Twenty-nine Section G. W. FROEMKE, ' 21 Sheldon, N. D. 1920 Varsity Baseball Team C. M. ATKINSON, ' 22 Battle Creek Business Manager 1920-21 Chimes J. F. NEWELL, 2iD Yale 1920 Varsity Baseball Team S. R. ROSENTHAL, ' 21 Manistique 1921 Michiganensian Staff Two Hundred Thirty CHESSER CAMPBELL, ' 21 Sault Ste. Marie News Editor, 1920-21 Michigan Daily IH NINETEEN TWENTY OK jRotograbure Section W. F. ANGELL, ' 21 Detroit Intramural Office STEWART BAXTER, ' 21 Detroit President S. C. A. D. J. THORP, ' 21 Ann Arbor Student Council O. W. RUSH, ' 22 Red Oak, Iowa President Junior Lit Class ED USHER, ' 21 Toledo, Ohio 1920 Varsity Football Team Two Hundred Thirty-one Ml MICHIGAN E N SIAN NINE -EEN TWENTY Rotogravure Section TOM UNDERWOOD, ' 21-23!, Ann Arbor Chimes Editorial Staff NELSON JOYNER, JR., ' 22 Bedford, Ind. 1920 Varsity Track Team GEORGE DUFFIELD, ' 23!, Detroit Student Council W. P. FORTUNE, ' 23 L Springfield, 111. 1920 Varsity Football Team BOYD LOGAN, ' 21 Columbia City, Ind. 1920-21 Basket Ball Manager D. P. JOYCE, ' 21 Cleveland, Ohio Advertising Manager Michigan Daily MAYNARD NEWTON, ' 22 Pontiac Union Committees ED MRAZ, 2iE Chicago, 111. 1920 Varsity Baseball Team H MICHIGAN EN S RENAUD SHERWOOD, ' 22 Detroit Night Editor Michigan Daily n J. S. PERRIN, ' 21 Escanaba 1920 Varsity Football Team Two Hundred Thirty-three otograbure fexction E. R. PRIEHS, ' 21 Mt. Clemens Accounts Manager Michigan Daily JACK DUNN, ' 21 Ann Arbor 1920 Varsity Football Team B. P. CAMPBELL, ' 22 Detroit Night Editor, Michigan Daily R. A. BAILEY, ' 22 Detroit Assistant Track Manager 1920-21 WILLIAM GERMAN, 2iM Ann Arbor Student Council Two Hundred Thirty-four jRotograbure CHARLES FREDERICK, 22E Detroit Assistant Track Manager E. A. KREUGER, 2iE Manistee Chairman 1921 Union Opera R. E. SWART, ' 22E Detroit Union Entertainment Committee R. D. SAGE, ' 22 Detroit Michigan Daily Staff GEORGE BROPHY, ' 22L Kansas City, Mo. Managing Editor, Michigan Daily Two Hundred Thirty-five MICH GANENS .e Section W. E. BANDEMER, ' 22E Saginaw Assistant Football Manager, 1920-21 W. R. HARRISON, ' 2iE Massillon, Ohio Business Manager 1920 Technic ED RUZICKA, ' 21 Chicago, 111. 1920 Varsity Baseball Team ROBERT PEARE, ' 22 Rockville, Ind. 1920 Varsity Basketball Team LEWIS MUNZ, ' 21 Detroit 1920 Tennis Team Two Hundred Thirty-six BotograUtire R. C. LOSCH, ' 21 West Point, Neb. 192021 Varsity Track Team FREDERICK PFLUKE, ' 21 E Detroit Business Manager Student ' s Directory, 1920 GEORGE REINDEL, ' 22 Detroit 1920 Tennis Team ALFRED MAY, 22E Detroit Assistant Football Manager WALTER WESBROOK, ' 22 Detroit 1920 Tennis Team Two Hundred Thirty-seven NINETEEN TWENTY ONE (I Rotogravure HUGH WILSON, ' 22 Grand Rapids 1920 Football Team D. J. PORTER, ' 21 East Jordan Baseball Manager Two Hundred Thirty-eight JAMES POLLOCK, Grad. Newcastle, Pa. Debating WALTER REA, ' 22 Erie, Pa. 1920-21 Basketball Team n ' " i SYDNEY SARASOHN, ' 22 Detroit Gargoyle Business Staff MICHIGAN E N SI AN T. W. SARGENT, ' 22 Wichita, Kan. Night Editor, Michigan Daily LEE WOODRUFF, ' 21 Grand Rapids Chairman Editorial Board, 1920-21 Daily A. B. SUNDERLAND, ' 22 Kansas City, Mo. Assistant Baseball Manager W. J. VAN ORDEN, ' 23 Ann Arbor 1920 Varsity Football Team LEE BOYD, ' 23 L Kankakee, 111. Art Editor 1920-21 Gargoyle Two Hundred Thirty-nine MICHIGAN ENSIAN Jxotograburc Section A. O. CUTHBERT, ' 21 E Ann Arbor 1920-21 Cheer Leader F. M. SMITH, ' 22 Lexington, Ky. Assistant Baseball Manager I ELTON E. WEIMAN, ' 21 Los Angeles, Calif. 1920 Varsity Football Team ROBERT WHITLOCK, ' 23 Detroit 1920 Varsity Basketball Team P. J. VAN BOVEN, ' 21 Grand Rapids 1920 Varsity Baseball Team otografaure Section BRUCE VAN DUSEN, 22 Detroit 1920-21 Michigan Chimes ROBERT CHRISTIE, ' 22D Muskegon Student Council A. G. BOYNTON, ' 21 D Hornell, N. Y. Student Council DOUGLAS Dow, ' 22E Detroit President Junior Engineers WALDO GOWER, ' 23 South Bend, Ind. Cartoonist Campus Publications Two Hundred Forty-one otograburc LE GRAND GAINES, ' 2iE Texarkana, Tex. Business Manager, 1920-21 Daily F. M. HEATH, ' 22 Saugatuck Business Staff, Daily Two Hundred Fortv-two R. V. LlBONATI, ' Chicago, 111. Boxing Club ROBERT KERR, ' 23!, Butte, Mont. Union Committees WILLIAM MICHAELS, ' 22 Kansas City, Mo. Gargoyle Business Staff NINETEEN TWENTY ONE (. ROBERT McKEAN, ' 21 Detroit 1920 Football Manager JOHN REILLY, ' 2iE Ann Arbor Editor, 1920-21 Student ' s Directory FRED PETTY, ' 21 Muncie, Ind. Senior Literary Class President GRATTON ROURKE, ' Lisbon, N. D. Union Committees C. M. WILSON, ' 22D Detroit 1920 Varsity Basketball Team Two Hundred Forty-three aburf RALPH RYCHENER, ' 22M Archbold, Ohio 1919-20 Varsity Basketball Captain G. E. PLANCK, ' 23 Kansas City, Mo. Football " AMA " RICHARD ROWLAND, ' Buffalo, N. Y. Football " AMA " CLAYTON SEAGEARS, ' 23 St. Augustine, Fla. Gargoyle Art Staff F. PEMBERTHY, ' 22 Menominee 1920 Cross Country Team Two Hundred Forty-four NINETEEN TWENTY ONE ) PRESTON SCOTT, ' 22 Detroit Debating J. L. WALTER, ' 23 Evanston, 111. Spotlight PAUL BURKHOLDER, ' 21 Chicago Heights, 111. 1920 Track Team A. R. BAI LEY, ' 22 Cedar Falls, Iowa Football " AMA " JOHN CARY, ' 22L Grand Rapids Student Council Two Hundred Forty-five ) VUCHIGANENSIAN CHARLES CRUIKSHANK, ' 21 Detroit 1920 Track Team CHARLES HOFFMAN, ' 22 Corning, N. Y. 1920 Track Team F. J. GARIEPY, ' 23 Harbor Springs 1920 Varsity Baseball Team R. C. BRANNAN, ' 21 Bryan, Ohio 1920 Cross Country Team V. F. HlLLERY, ' 23 Oklahoma City, Okla. Business Staff Daily Two Hundred Forty-six otog;rabure GEORGE BOUCHARD, ' 2iL Munising Senior Law President JOHN DAKIN, ' 22 Detroit Night Editor, Michigan Daily L. B. GENEBACH, ' 22 Battle Creek 1920 Varsity Baseball Team VERNON PARKS, ' 22A St. Johns 1920 Varsity Baseball Captain GEORGE GILMORE, ' 22 Ann Arbor Captain 1921 Swimming Team Two Hundred Forty-seven otograbure Section ANGUS GOETZ, ' 22M DeTour 1920 Varsity Football Captain E. P. LOVEJOY, ' 22E Princeton, 111. Assistant News Editor, Michigan Daily COOLIDGE KREIS, ' 23 Detroit Football " AMA " Two Hundred Forty-eight MICH1CANENS1AN HAROLD LINDSAY, ' 21 Escanaba Manager Varsity Band HAROLD LAUVER, 5 22E Detroit Michigan Union Opera, 1920 m NINETEEN TWENTY ONE (() ' JRotogratoure Section J. E. McMANis, ' 21 Kalamazoo Night Editor, Michigan Daily H. S. SHERMAN, ' Cheyenne, Wyo Spotlight R. F. WEINEKE, ' 22 Detroit Business Staff 1921 Michiganensian F. L. BREWER, ' 21 Marshall Student Council PAUL GOEBEL, ' 23 E Grand Rapids 1920 Varsity Football Team Two Hundred Forty-nine MICHIGANENSIAN NINETEEN TWENTY ONE ' fcotograbure T. R. GUSTAFSON, ' 2iE Nahma Managing Editor 1920 Michigan Technic M. A. GOETZ, ' 22E Sault Ste. Marie Business Manager, Michigan Technic GEORGE GREGORY, ' 22E Corning Student Council J. I. McCLINTOCK, 2I L Canon City, Colo. Michigan Union House Committee Two Hundred Fifty PIERCE McLouTH, ' 21 Marine City Spotlight Vaudeville M1CH1GANENSIAN Botograliu ction W. G. MILLER, ' 23 Oxford, Ind. 1920-21 Varsity Basketball Team HOWARD BATTIN, ' 2iA Marinette, Wis. Student Council BENJAMIN WEISS, ' 2iD Vailsburg, N. J. 1920-21 Varsity Basketball Team MARION SLAUGHTER, ' 22D Brookston, Ind. 1920 Track Team KNIGHT MERRILEES, ' 21 Montclair, N. J. Michigan Union Opera, ' 20 Two Hundred Fifty-one ftotogr cttdn WILLIAM STADLER, ' 22E Lima, Ohio Editor 1920 Athletic Program JACK WILLIAMS, ' 21 Detroit 1920-21 Varsity Basketball Team Two Hundred Fifty-two IN L. C. BUTLER, ' 21 Indianapolis, Ind. Captain 1920-21 Varsity Track Team NORMAN BUCHAN, ' 22 Cleveland, Ohio J-Hop Chairman JOE BAKER, Spec. El Paso, 111. 1920 Track Team jRotogratiure Section RICHARD MARSHALL, ' 2iE Detroit Student Council B. D. WHEELER, ' 2iE Washington, D. C. 1910-21 Track Team HAROLD STORZ, ' 22L Royal Oak 1920-21 Intramural Manager C. H. MCCARTY, ' 2lM Lowell Student Council H. D. STRICKER, ' 21 Detroit Assistant Basketball Manager Section C. W. STUART, ' 22 Chesaning Michiganensian Business Staff FRANK STEKETEE, ' 22 Grand Rapids 1920-21 Varsity Football Team Two Hundred Fifty-four T. J. WHINERY, ' 21 L Grand Rapids Daily Editorial Board F. STORRER, ' 21 E Owosso Manager Glee and Mandolin Club BOWEN SCHUMACHER, ' 22 Highland Park, 111. Chimes Editorial Staff NINETEEN TWENTY ONE ( LESTER WATERBURY, ' 2iL Chicago Managing E ditor 1920-21 Michigan Chimes J. W. HlNDES, ' 21 Fremont Varsity Debating Team J. S. KYSER, ' 21 El Paso, 111. Assistant Track Manager JACK KELLY, ' 23 Great Falls, Mont. Telescope Editor, Michigan Daily RICHARD TRAVIS, ' 21 La Porte, Ind. Glee and Mandolin Club Two Hundred Fifty-fire Stt M1CHIGANENSIAN otograt)ure ROBERT DRAKE, ' 21 Ann Arbor Business Manager, 1920-21 Gargoyle u T G. C. FREEBORN, ' 23 E Hart Cross Country Team CLARENCE HATCH, ' 22 Detroit Assistant Baseball Manager Two Hundred Fifty-six WEST GALLOGLY, ' 22 Detroit Telegraph Editor 1920-21 Daily F. J. CAPPON Holland 1920 V r arsity Football Team NINET EN TWENTY ONE (00 ATHLETICS ' ABillP . Jerome Uunne Carl . f oijnsion ILatorence C. Cutler Walter M KI.MI. rHE-MICHIGANENSIAN-19-21 W m CAPTAIN 1920 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM i Hundred Fifty-eight THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS CAPTAIN-ELECT 1921 VAUSlTY FOOTBALL TEAM Two Hundred Fifty-nine THE MlCHlGANENSIAN-1 9 21 ETRNO.N H . PAUKS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN CAPTAIN 1920-lQai VAUSITY 3ASE3ALL TEAM Two Hundred Sixty THE MI CHIGANENSIAN- 19-21 SPOKANE .WASHINGTON CAPTAIN 1920 VARSITY TRACK TEAM 7 ' a ' O Hundred Sixty-one Y THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 AWRENCE C.BUTLER, INDIANAPOLIS. I m. CAPTAIN-ELECT 1921 VATtSITY TRACK TEAM Two Hundred Sixty-two THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 CAPTAIN 19E1 VARSITY HETBALL Two Hundred Sixty-three THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 WESBRQOK DETROIT. M.ICH. CAPTAIN 1920-1921 VARSITY TEAM. Hundred Sixty-four THE-MICHIGANENS AM-1921 1920-1921 Officers PHILIP G. BARTELME ELMER D. MITCHELL DAVID FORBES ROBERT E. McKEAN BOYD H. LOGAN RICHARD O. FISCHER DONALD J. PORTER H. E. STORZ Director of Outdoor Athletics Director of Intramural Athletics Intersc holastic Manager Football Manager Basketball Manager Track Manager Baseball Alanager Intramural Manager BOARD IX CONTROL OF ATHLETICS Faculty Members RALPH W. AIGLER, Chairman WILLIAM A. FRAYER LEWIS M. GRAM CLARENCE T. JOHNSTON Secretary PHILIP G. BARTELME Alumni Members JOHN D. HIBBARD, Chicago, 111. JAMES E. DUFFY, Bay City CHARLES B. DuCnARME, Detroit ROBERT COOK Student Members DAVID FORBES ALAN BOYD Hundred Sixty-five THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 M MEN 1920-1921 PARKS KIRCHGESSNER PERRIN VAX BOVEN XEWELL VAX ORDEX GARIEPY REA USHER GOETZ ICK WILSOX WEADOCK LATER WHEELER COOK JOHNSON STEKETEE GOEBEL SLAUGHTER IEMAN CAPPON Two Hundred Sixty-six THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 M MEN 1920-1921 t i MUNZ JOYNER BAKER CRUIKSHANK DUNN ' P LOSCH KNODE LANGENHAN FROEMKE MRAZ KARPUS BUTLER BEARDSLEY BURKHOLDER WETZEL LARSON HOFFMAN WILLIAMS SMITH DUNNE WEISS MAYNARD - WILSON Two Hundred Sixty-seven THE -MICHIGANENSIAN M MEN 1920-1921 A JOHNS SCHEJDLER BAN ; K EARLE SAUNDERS HENDERSON REIXDEL RYCHENER WESBROOK Men ANDREWS GILMORE PETRO ROWLAND FOOTBALL BAILEY KREIS PLANCK SEARLE WACHTER FORTUNE LEHMAN PAPER TROUT CROSS PEMBERTHY TRACK LUKINS NAYLOR MEESE DOUGLAS DUNNE REA V BROOME BASEBALL LEON PARKS MlDDLEDITCH HUGH COOK Two Hundred Sixty-eight BASKETBALL GEVIRTZ PEARMAN THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 1 Two Hundred Seventy rHE-MICHIGANENSlAN-1921 I FIELDING H. YOST 1920 VARSITY FOOTBALL COACH ROBERT E. McKsAN 1920 VARSITY FOOTBALL MANAGER 1920 Varsity Football Squad OFFICERS ANGUS G. GOETZ . FIELDING H. YOST . ROBERT E. McKEAN PERSONNEL THEODORE P. BANK FRANKLIN C. CAPPON . ABE J. COHN JOHN DUNN R. JEROME DUNNE . PAUL G. GOEBEL ANGUS G. GOETZ JAMES E. JOHNS VIGGQ NELSON JOHN S. PERRIN FRANK STEKETEE EDWARD T. USHER WILLIAM J. VAN ORDEX HENRY A. VICK ELTON E. WIEMAN . HUGH WILSON . Captain . Coach Manager Quarterback . End . Halfback Quarterback . Guard End . Tackle Tackle Fullback Halfback Fullback . Halfback . Guard Center . Tackle . Guard Two Hundred Seventy-one THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 CAPTAIN GOETZ One of the best tackles in the west, and an All-Conference selection. Gus was leader of the Wolverines for two seasons, and the out- standing player each year. CAPTAIX-ELECT DUNNE Duke was shifted from end to guard, and became a star of the first magnitude at the latter position. One of the most popular men on the football team. Review of the Season Nineteen-twenty was in many ways, a comeback season for the Michigan Varsity football team. The previous year was the worst in the history of the gridiron sport at Michigan, and 1920, while it will never stand out as a banner year in Michigan football, was successful to a great degree, at least when compared to 1919. The Wolverine eleven won five games and lost two, at the same time attaining a Conference standing of .500. Moreover, Michigan outscored the opposing teams 121 points to 21, a record of which any school should be proud. An improvement next year corresponding to the one shown this season would in all likelihood, bring Michigan a Conference Championship, for, although the other Big Ten schools will have just as good elevens as they had during the past year, none of the three leading schools are likely to turn out better teams. It would be senseless optimism to state that Michigan ' s improvement in 1921 will be proportional to that shown in the campaign just closed. But no one can deny that such an achievement is easily within the range of possibility. Of the first string lineman, but two will be lost through graduation. These two, however, are men that will be almost impossible to replace. In Angus Goetz Michigan loses one of the best tackles of late years, a man that twice captained the Varsity, selected by Walter Camp on his second All-American eleven in 1920, and Two Hundred Seventv-two THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 19 21 DIG picked by many western critics on Conference teams. The other loss in the line is that of Tad Wieman, who was prevented from being one of the stars of the past year by an injury in mid-season, which kept him out of the game nearly all fall. To fill these two positions is a task that any coach would own difficult, but Yost has before done the impossible, and may do so again. In the person of Johns, Michigan has a coming linesman who subbed for Wieman in 1920 and was highly satisfactory at all times. Three men from the backfield will be lost to the team this June. These are, Jack Dunn, Abe Cohn, and Jack Perrin. All three were regulars, and, with the exception of Dunn, have three years of Varsity competition behind them. Cohn was especially valuable, filling in at end when the occasion demanded. To lessen the blow of losing one regular quarterback, one fullback and one halfback, Michigan possesses some exceptional material for next year. Bank, who played sensational football in the Chicago and Minnesota games, Steketee, who was placed on many all-star 1920 football teams, Nelson, a defensive player of rare ability, and Usher, one of the most consistent ground gainers of the year, are all letter men who will be available for Coach Yost in 1921. In the line, Captain-elect Dunne stands above others because of his remarkable playing in the 1920 schedule. Next year will be the fourth of intercollegiate foot ball for Dunne, as well as Wilson and Vick. All three of these men played first in the S. A. T. C. year, and have been regulars since. Dunne was early shifted from the position he had held with credit for two years, left end, to guard, and he made himself a star there from the first. Of the other men who are left for 1921 Wilson, Vick, Cappon and Goebel are letter winners. To this list of veterans there will be several added from the list of substitutes, and many from the 1920 freshman team, which was unusually strong in this year. Captain Gus Goetz looking over the scene of battle from the Ferry Field clubhouse window. Two Hundred Seventy-three THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 Captain Goetz, captain-elect Dunne, Usher, Steketee, Vick, Dunn, and Cappon were included in the Collier ' s roll of honor of football players in 1920. Michigan won the annual game from Case, Oct. n, 35 to o, and followed this a week later by making the same score on the Michigan Agricultural College. These early games were without feature, and served merely to get the Michigan machine in readiness for the Illinois game, by far the most important on the schedule. Illinois entered the Michigan game under necessity of winning to have a clear claim to the Conference title. Michigan had lost honor to retrieve. The final result, Illinois 7, Michigan 6, vindicated both elevens, and gave Michigan the right to claim a team nearly as strong as that of the victors, since the margin between was only that of a missed goal. Early in the second quarter, Jack Dunn intercepted one of the famous Walquist to Carney passes, and ran 70 yards for a touchdown. Michigan missed the goal, and thereby lost the opportunity of the year. Holding doggedly to the six point margin, aided by spectacular feats of defensive play on the part of Captain Goetz, Dunne and Steketee, Michigan looked to be winner until late in the second half when Illinois passes scored a touchdown, and what was more important, the resultant goal. Michigan had lost the crucial game of the year, but had so nearly won that she was a factor to reckon with for the rest of the year. The Tulane game, Oct. 30, won by Michigan 21 to o, was an anti-climax, and only the intersectional nature of the contest, and the fact that Germany Schultz, The Michigan line holding Case, when the Wolverines won 35 to o. Dunne and Goebel, are as usual conspicuous on the defense. Two Hundred Seventy-four THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 greatest of Michigan football players, and one of the greatest in the history of the game, was with the team as athletic director, caused any interest on the part of the Michigan students. Captain Goetz, as usual was the brilliant Michigan per- former, with Perrin running him a close race for the individual honors by his fast open field running. The Michigan passing game reached perfection in this tilt. The second and last Michigan defeat was received from Ohio State at Columbus, November 6, when Michigan, after holding the 1920 Conference champions to a 7 to 7 tie for 55 minutes, lost when Steketee ' s punt was blocked behind his own goal. Again Michigan had just failed, perhaps because the team was not quite good enough, or perhaps because of the way the breaks of the game went. Goebel, one of the two sophomore ends, made his name in this game, by the masterly fashion in which he broke up the feared end runs of Stinchcomb. Goetz and Steketee again showed why they were the most feared men on the Michigan team by their sensational playing. A new name leaped in to the ranks of the Michigan stars in the Chicago game, when, due to injuries Jack Dunn was unable to play, Bank was sent in at quarter and proved himself the hero of the day. Goetz and Usher gave him excellent sup- port, and the entire team contributed to the 14 to o Michigan victory. Michigan combined a speedy offense with the most impenetrable defense of the season. By winning from Minnesota 3 to o November 20, Michigan closed a moderately Captain Goetz made a mighty effort to block this punt of Hellstrom ' s in the Illinois game, but fell short. Goetz ' ability to break through and block punts was uncanny. i Two Hundred Seventy-five THE-MICH1GANENS AN-I921 successful season. The olverine points were scored by Steketee on a field goal from the 30 yard line early in the second quarter. Tad Wieman, Varsity captain for 1918, and one of the best liked and respected men on the team, finished his football career in this game, playing the entire time with a badly injured knee. Captain Goetz ' playing again covered him with glory, as did that of Perrin. Although not an especially successful season, it was as compared to that of the year previous, one at least highly satisfactory. Michigan was defeated by the two strongest teams in the Conference, but both the teams had to play the best sort of football to win, and Michigan gained the respect of all by the fight and nerve displayed. SEASON SUMMARY Oct. ii Michigan 35 Case o At Ann Arbor Oct. 16 Michigan 35 M. A. C. o At Ann Arbor Oct. 23 Michigan 6 Illinois 7 At Ann Arbor Oct. 30 Michigan 21 Tulane o At Ann Arbor Nov. 6 Michigan 7 O. S. U. 14 At Columbus Nov. 13 Michigan 14 Chicago o At Ann Arbor Nov. 20 Alichigan 3 Minnesota o At Minneapolis Games won, 5. Lost, 2. Points scored: Michigan 121. Opponents 21. The start of an end run in the Illinois game. Michigan ' s failure to kick the goal after the touch- down prevented a tie and gave the game to Illinois by a 7 to 6 score. Tu ' o Hundred Seventv-six THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I9 21 COHN A heavy, fast player, who was a regular halfback, but could take his place at end or full- back if occasion demanded. He is one of the stars lost by graduation. JACK DUNN Varsity quarterback, who was at the top of his form in the Illinois game, in which he made his sensational 70 yardrunforthe points that so nearly won for Michigan. " H IK An open field play in the Case game. The Michigan eleven was one of the best in the west when on the defense. Two Hundred Seventy-seven THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 CAPPON One of the two ends whose ability made the .Michigan line one of the most powerful in the country. He has a brilliant future ahead of him. BANK Ted filled in Dunn ' s place when the latter was injured. He played the star role in the Chicago game. He is one of the best bets of 1921 Varsity. f Michigan held Ohio State, 1920 Conference champions, 14 to 7. This shows how the attempts at the Varsity ends were treated. Two Hundred Seventy-eight THE-MlCHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 i I GOEBEL A tall lean sophomore who made left end impregnable. One of the many reasons for the success of the 1920 Varsity. NELSON A fullback who never carried the ball, but known as the best defensive player on the team. Nelson and Steketee alternated at the position. I The Michigan offense getting under way in the Tulane game. The Michigan interference was ex- ceptionally good in this game. Two Hundred Seventy-nine THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 i VAX ORDEX liencvcr Wilson or Dunne was taken out, Van Orden took the open place, and proved a terror to opposing linemen. USHER One of the many backs whose brilliant ability enabled Michigan to match with the best in the Conference. Usher has another year at the University. i A defensive play in the Chicago game, won by Michigan, score Michigan 14, Chicago o. Two Hundred Eighty THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-IQSI STEKETEE Yost ' s famous fullback, an All-American selection in 1918, and a member of many all- star teams in 1920. PERRIN A consistent ground gainer whose fight_aided Michigan many times. Usher cutting around end for a touchdown in the Tulane game. Two Hundred Eighty-one THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-192I VV I EM AN Except for injuries Tad would have been one of the most brilliant players of 1920, as he was in past years. A tackle whose place will be hard to fill. Captain in 1918. JOHNS Got his chance when Wieman was injured, and made good from the start. Will aid Yost in filling the place left by Wieman and Goetz. M. A. C. took the usual defeat. One of the plays in that game. Two Hundred Eighty-two THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 VlCK Returned to center from fullback, and be- came one of the best in the Conference. On the Collier honor role for 1920. WILSON A steady player who is at the bottom of every play in his territory. Wilson is one of the fighters of the Varsity, and opposing lineman have had occasion to know it. Usher breaking away in the Tulane game. Ed had a habit of making long gains around end, especi- .allv if a few vards were badlv needed. Two Hundred Eighty-three THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-IQ l ASSISTANT COACHES DERRILL PRATT A. J. STURZNEGGER Two Hundred Eighty-jour BILLY FALLON , S 2 ARCHIE HAHN TRAINER I THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 19-21 A fumble in the Chicago game. n Steketee starting an end run in the Michigan Aggie game. As an end runner there were few equals in the west to this stellar Michigan back. Tzvo Hundred Eighty-five THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-L921 Michigan stopping a Case attempt to plunge through the line. Even Illinois could not do that successfully. An end run in the Chicago contest. He was lucky if he got far. Two Hundred Eighty-Six THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 A Michigan fumble in the Chicago Game. I Usher trying an off tackle run in the Tulane game. Two Hundred Eighty-seven THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 A Case gain through the Michigan line. They were few. Goebel piling up an Ohio advance through right tackle. Two Hundred Eighty-eight THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 Waiting for the victors to return from Minneapolis with the Michigan Jug. r Cheerleader Al Cuthbert leading the crowd in yells as the team left for Minnesota. IH Two Hundred Eighty-nine THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-ie I Two Hundred Kinety Two Hundred Ninety-one THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-192I Sfl Hundred Ninety-two THE -MICH1GANENSIAN- 1921 1920 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM CARL L. LUNDGREN 1920 Varsity Baseball Coach WILLIAM BADE 1920 Varsity Baseball Manager OFFICERS VERNON PARKS CARL L. LUNDGREN WILLIAM BADE Captain Coach Manager PERSONNEL GERALD FROEMKE . FRED A. GARIEPY . LOWELL B. GENEBACH ARTHUR J. KARPUS . WILLIAM KIRCHGESSNER KENNETH T. KNODE . ERIC P. LANGENHAN . EDWARD G. MRAZ JAMES NEWELL . VERNON PARKS JOHN S. PERRIN EDWARD E. RUZICKA NICHOLAS O. SAUNDERS NICHOLAS SCHEIDLER JOHN C. SMITH PETER J. VAN BOVEN ARTHUR W T EADOCK . Catcher . Pitcher Catcher Third Base . Left Field . Short Stop Center Field Third Base . First Base Pitcher Right Field Pitcher . Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher Second Base Center Field Two Hundred Ninety-three I THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-I921 DERRILL PRATT The new Michigan Varsity baseball coach, who will guide the team in 1921. Much is expected from the new mentor, on account of his brilliant record while a member of the New York American League baseball team, with whom he played second base, and was a star batter. In addition to being Varsity baseball coach, Pratt was assistant to Coach Yost, and handled the freshman basketball team. Two Hundred Ninety-four THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-ieSl PARKS Varsity captain for 1920, and on account of his brilliant work, reelected for 1921. Parks is the best college pitcher in the country at the present time. ffi Review of the Season Michigan won the Conference baseball championship for the third successive time in the 1920 season, and demonstrated that the Wolverines deserved to be ranked among the best teams in the country. Strictly speaking, Michigan could claim the national intercollegiate championship inasmuch as the Wolverines were the only team to defeat the powerful University of California in a majority of the games played. The spring training trip was not so successful from the point of view of victories as the regular season itself. The Wolverines were able to win but three out of six of the games played in the sunny southland, whereas they dropped but three con- tests out of the eighteen on northern soil. Western State Normal, California and Illinois were the only teams able to take the measure of the Wolverines. The Normal game was freakish in that Ruzicka allowed the opponents no hits only to lose 3 to o on his teammates ' errors. Captain " Slicker " Parks was easily the individual star of the season. Only once, in the final Illinois game, was he knocked out of the box. As a rule he held Two Hundred Ninety-five THE- MICH IGANENSIAN-1 921 NEWELL First baseman on the Con- ference champions of 1920. Newell was a remarkable field- er, and a consistant hitter who played a great part in making the 1920 Varsity one of the best in the country. RUZICKA The star of the 1918 season who is unfortunate in having his great work overshadowed by the even greater ability of Parks. Ruzicka pitched the only no-hit game of 1920. KNODE The Michigan shortstop whose sensational playing at- tracted big league attention while he was a member of the Varsity. The best all-around player since the graduation of Sisler. the opposing batters helpless. Normally the hostile nine was able to garner no more than four or five hits off the baffling delivery of the Wolverine leader. Eddie Ruzicka was another man who performed well in the box. His no-hit performance has already been mentioned. Scheidler, Saunders, Smith, and Leon Parks also shared in the hurling. Genebach and Froemke divided the receiving, the former doing the bulk of the catching in the early part of the season, w ith Froemke behind the plate in a majority of the later games, after Genebach ' s injury. These two men were in no small measure responsible for the great showing made by the Michigan pitchers. They steadied the hurlers in the pinches and helped them to regain their confidence. Mike Knode, captain of the 1919 team, played a star game at shortstop. Not only did he field his position well but he hit well above the .300 mark and stole bases almost at will. Newell held down the first sack most of the time, although Froemke and Broome each substituted for him occasionally. Van Boven was the choice for the second base job and acquitted himself in fine fashion. Shorty Mraz and Karpus alternated at third, both men playing the position well. Two Hundred A infty-sj THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I92I MRAZ Third baseman in 1918, and again in 1920. A speedy fielder whose playing made his corner of the diamond im- pregnable. FROEMKE Regular first baseman in 1919, last year Froemke took his place behind the bat when Genebach was hurt and became a star in that difficult position. KARPUS Alternated with Mraz at third base, playing in most of the later games. The team was blessed with a wealth of good outfielders. Perrin, Kirch- gessner, Langenhan, Froemke, and Weadock were the men whom Lundgren relied on to handle the garden jobs. Beside their ability as sure fielders, they all hit hard, especially Jack Perrin, who shared batting honors for the season with Mike Knode. The usual indoor practice commenced soon after the opening of the second semes- ter. Coach Lundgren was swamped with candidates, but he managed to weed out the unpromising, and by the time that the weather had become sufficiently mild for outdoor work, he had a good line on the capabilities of his men. The spring training trip began April 9 and ended April 19. The team had had very little outdoor practice previous to this journey which may account in part for the fact that the Wolverines did not make a particularly good showing in the South. Seven games were played in all, with four schools. The opener was against the Kentucky University at Lexington which Michigan won 8 to 3. The next two contests found Alabama Polytechnic as the opposition. Here Michigan tied the first game i to i and lost the second 4 to 3. This school shares with Western State Normal the honor of having a record superior to Michigan ' s in the games Two Hundred Ninety-seven THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 . SAUNDERS One of Lundgren ' s efficient corps of mound men, who pitched in many of the early games. LANGENHAM A veteran of three seasons in the outfield. The best field- er on the team, and a fast base runner. One of the men who will be missed in 1921. KlRCHGESSNER Another of the three star outfielders of 1920. Was a star last summer in professional baseball. between the schools. The University of Georgia split the series with Michigan losing the first 2 to o and winning the second 6 to 3. Vanderbilt turned the same trick, beating the Maize and Blue team 6 to 3 and losing to the Michigan nine 7 to i in the final contest of the training trip. Returning home, The olverines opened their home season by defeating Ypsi Normal 5 to o. After a trip to Indiana and Notre Dame, Michigan returned to Ann Arbor to meet defeat at the hands of Western State Normal. This was the game in which Ruzicka let down the opposing batters without a safety. Following this, games with Ohio State, NT. A. C., Purdue, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Illinois resulted in an unbroken string of 12 victories which was terminated by an 8 to i defeat by Illinois, the only Conference game lost all season. California was played three times, once on the way east and twice on the return trip. The first game resulted in a 4 to o shutout. The second was another shutout for California, the count being 2 to o. The last contest was a clean victory for the Pacific Coast team 7 to i. Between the first and second games California swung through the East, defeating or tying all the schools played in that section with the single exception of Princeton, which nine registered a lone victory over the team from the West. Two Hundred Nintty-tight THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 GENEBACH Made his debut in 1918 as an outfielder, and caught in 1926. A high class player and good batter wherever placed. VAN BOVEN Starred at second base, where his speedy fielding, heavy hitting and fast base running made him one of the best players on the 1920 Varsity. PERRIN The leading hitter of the 1920 campaign, and also one of the best fielders, holding down right field. A sure man for any team in the country. . The whole student body was sorry to hear that, after the close of the season, Coach Lundgren accepted the position of baseball coach at the University of Illinois, his alma mater. Coach Lundgren came to Michigan in 1914 and never failed to turn out a fine baseball team. Three Conference championships in his last three years bear testimony to his ability. However, the sadness of the campus was soon changed to joy when it became known that Derrill Pratt, second baseman for the New York Yankees had been secured as baseball coach for the 1921 season. Coach Pratt is a college graduate himself and knows how to get along with college men. His undoubted knowledge of the game and his congenial personality augur well for his success as Michigan ' s baseball mentor. Two Hundred inetv-nine TH E M I CH I GANENSIAN-L92J SCHEIDLER GARIEPY The " pinch-pitcher " of the Varsity. Sent ne of the pitchers to whom the success of in as a last hope many times, and as often made the ' 92O team was largely due. good. Captain Parks flew to short on this one against California. The Bruins pot three short hits that day, when Michigan won 4 to o. Three Hundred TH E MICH IGANENSIAN- 1921 WEADOCK The utility outfielder of the team. A con- sistent hitter and a good fielder. SMITH Another of the many pitchers that Lundgren had the knack of turning out. This Iowa man may beat this hit out, but the chances are against it, for they only got four hits when Michigan won 12 to 3. T .ref Hundred Onr X [fl THE-MlCHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 Genebach putting on the armor before the game. Froemke hits through second in the Ohio State game. Thret Hundred Two THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-IS l Some one was safe on this play, for the ball seems to have escaped the hands of Newell. Van Boven scoring on Perrin ' s double in the Ohio State game. Michigan won 3 to o. Three Hundred Three THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-I92I j i . v : W . J.rjj-rf Watching the game from the Varsity bench A quick return to first. Three Hundred Four THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 Newell safe on first, one of the practice games. A capacity crowd. The overflow at the California game. Three Hundred Five THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-I921 Knode seems to be in a hurry to get some place. He usually was when on the bases. Mike was Michigan ' s best base runner. Broome, substitute first baseman, gets busy around the bag. Three Hundred Six , THE -MICHIGANENS1AN- 1921 Xewell usually hits ' em fair, not like this foul Record of Games, 1920 Date Opponent April 10 Kentucky University April 12 Alabama Polytechnic April 13 Alabama Polytechnic April 14 University of Georgia April 1 5 University of Georgia April 1 6 Vanderbilt University April 17 anderbilt University April 22 Michigan State Normal April 24 Indiana Michigan Opponents 8 3 i i 3 4 2 o 3 6 3 6 7 i 5 o 10 3 Place Lexington, Ky. Auburn, Ala. Auburn, Ala. Athens, Georgia Athens, Ga. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Ann Arbor Bloomington, Ind. Three Hundred Seven THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-192I Date Opponent Michigan Opponents April 26 Notre Dame Rain April 28 Western State Normal o 3 May i Ohio State 3 i May 6 M. A. C. 5 3 May 7 Purdue 7 3 May 8 University of Wisconsin 5 o May 12 M. A. C. 9 8 May 15 Purdue 5 3 May 17 University of Iowa Rain May 19 Ohio State 3 o May 22 University of Iowa 1 2 3 May 25 University of California 4 o May 27 Notre Dame 5 i May 29 University of Illinois 5 4 June 4 University of Wisconsin 8 4 June 5 University of Illinois I 8 June 22 University of California 2 o June 23 University of California i 7 Place South Bend, Ind. Ann Arbor Columbus, Ohio Lansing, Mich. Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Lafayette, Ind. Iowa City Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Madison, Wis. Urbana, 111. Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Three Hundred Eight THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 p TArirc Hundrtd Ten THE ' MICHIGANENSIAN-ieSl 1920 Varsity Track Team STEPHEN J. FARRELL Varsitv Track Coach FREDERICK W. PARSONS 1920 Varsity Track Manager OFFICERS CARL E. JOHNSON STEPHEN J. FARRELL FREDERICK W. PARSONS Captain Coach Manager PERSONNEL JOSEPH L. BAKER . RAY BEARDSLEY . LAWRENCE C. BUTLER PAUL BURKHOLDER ROBERT COOK CHARLES CRUIKSHANK GEORGE EARLE . CHARLES A. HOFFMAN CARL E. JOHNSON . NELSON JOYNER " . J. E. LARSON . CURTIS LATER . RICHARD LOSCH THOMAS MAYNARD MARION SLAUGHTER . WALTER K. WESBROOK CALVIN WETZEL BRADNER WHEELER . " . . Weights - . ' . Hurdles . Quarter Mile . Half Mile Sprints ' .-. . Broad Jump ' ., . . . Mile Javelin Jumps, Hurdles, Dashes Sprints . Quarter Mile " ....-,. . High Jump Sprints Distance Runs . Pole Vault Pole Vault, Broad Jump . Quarter Mile " . . . Broad Jump Three Hundred Eleven THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-192 1 Hundred Twelve THE-MlCHIGANENSIAN-iesi COACH STEVE FARRELL Michigan ' s veteran coach, who makes a habit of producing championship track teams, and individual stars. CAPTAIN JOHNSON The best all-around track athlete of collegiate America. Holds four Conference records, and was a member of the 1920 Olympic team. Review of the Season A review of the 1920 track season can be no more than a monument to the phenomenal ability of Captain Carl Johnson, and to the indomitable tenacity of the Varsity which enables Michigan, though beset on all sides by seemingly in- superable misfortunes, to fight through a long difficult schedule with a record that places the season high in the annals of a glorious track history. When the squad assembled early in December the prospects for a season of triumph were never more glowing. Coach Farrell ' s call was answered by a host of veterans, stars who had gained national prominence by their performances on the tracks of the East and the West, and to round out the machine, the all-fresh team had graduated several men counted upon as sure point winners. Early season training was completed with a dash and fire that augured well for the later events of the season and the student body viewed the outlook with complacency. Michi- gan was entering on the banner season of her track history. Captain Johnson was hailed as the greatest all around track athlete the country had seen and was practically assured of firsts in the dashes, hurdles, high and broad jump in any intercollegiate circles. Cook, Losch, and Lashmet were stars of Three Hundred Thirteen THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 CAPTAIN-ELECT BUTLER One of the best quarter milers in the Con- ference last year, and able to take his place in any of the sprints, or run a good lap in the relay. Michigan expects much of him in 1921. BAKER A weight man that never failed to place in Conference or Eastern competition. For two years, Baker was the best shot putter in the Bie Ten. exceeding brilliancy being outshone only by their leader in the dashes. Butler, Joyner, Wheeler, Wetzel and Meese formed a quarter mile squad that could not be forced out of points. Lukins and Burkholder took care of the mile and half mile respectively while Maynard was forcing all opponents to the limit in the two mile event. Beardsley was an able hurdler finishing second to Johnson in several meets. Later was consistently brilliant in the high jump. The Wolverine pole vault squad was the strongest unit in the West, succeeding in registering complete shut outs on two distinct occasions during the year. Baker was the star weight man while Stipe rendered yoeman service in this department also. In the special events that were included in the Western Confere nce meet, Hoffman broke the standing record for the javelin throw and Dunne until disqualified by a technicality, was well advanced in this event. All in all the team was a living tribute to the ability of Coach Farrell as a developer of winning aggregations. Expectations were realized in the first meet of the season, when the team won first place at the Illinois Relay Carnival, finishing with a total of 27 points. Illinois was second with 19, and Chicago third with 13 points. Captain Johnson broke the Carnival record for the 75 yard low hurdles by 2-5 of a second, equalled the Carnival record for the high hurdles and won the high jump. Slaughter tied forfirst in the pole vault at 12 feet, z l i inches with Cross of the Kansas Aggies. This was also a new Carnival mark. Baker annexed second place in the shot put and third in the high hurdles. The Maize and Blue overwhelmed Chicago in a dual meet in Waterman gym on March 14, score 66 to 29. Johnson secured four firsts, all the events in which he was entered, sharing honors with Lashmet and Later in the dash and the high Three Hundred Fourteen THE -MICHIGANENS1AN- 1921 Cook beating Illinois ' best in the 100 yard dash. I jump. The meet would have been a grand slam for the Wolverines but for her weakness in the distance runs. The relay was won by a quarter lap by Michigan, an event that had been conceded to the opposition by all forecasts. Michigan secured all three places in the dash and pole vault. In the dash Johnson and Lashmet tied, with Cook and Losch following close. Beardsley 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 Conference indoor meet Illinois nosed Michigan out of the title by four and one half points, Illinois 31 , Michigan 27 , Wisconsin ioK- Johnson established a new record for the 60 yard hurdles at 7 3-5 seconds, and also took the 50 yard dash. Butler contributed five points to the Michigan total by placing first in the 440. Burkholder placed fourth in the half mile, Baker second in the shot put, Cross and Wesbrook tied for second in the pole vault and the Wolverine relay team followed Illinois and Chicago across the finish line. On March 27, Coach Farrell led his men on the first invasion of the east for a dual clash with Cornell at Ithaca. The Cornell squad was composed chiefly of the men who had won the Eastern Intercollegiates in 1919, Michigan had already proven its strength in hard competition and the meet attracted the interest of the country. The most sensational performance for the Maize and Blue was con- tributed by Losch who won the 75 yard dash and came within one-fifth of a second of tying the world record fo r the distance. It was in this meet that the team received it ' s first blow, Captain Johnson strained a tendon and was forced out of competition for weeks. Due in no small measure to Johnson ' s handicap in the events in which he had been counted a sure winner, Cornell nosed Michigan out by six points, 46 to 40. Three Hundred Fifteen THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 Rea high jumping in the Illinois meet. This meet was Michigan ' s first defeat to a Conference school since the re-entrance into the Big Ten in 1917. The indoor season finished, Coach Farrell turned his attention to preparation for two special events, the Drake and the Penn Relay games. At the Drake affair the half mile relay team composed of Butler, Losch, Cook and Wetzel took first honors for the Maize and Blue. Wheeler, Butler, Burkholder, and Wetzel won their heat of the mile relay event but Illinois bettered the time in the sec ond heat and was awarded the prize. It had been planned to enter Captain Johnson in the Penn Relaysjaut his injury prevented, and the only Wolverine representation was the mile relay team composed of Butler, Wheeler, Wetzel, and Messner. In a hard race featured by Larry Butler ' s great performance as anchor man Michi- gan was forced into third place. Illinois opened the outdoor season at Ann Arbor, May 8, in a dual meet that was conceded to the Gold and Blue before the meet because of the loss of Johnson, Losch and Burkholder. The Indians, by scoring slams in the discus throw, javelin throw, mile and half mile, as well as a good proportion of points in the other events overwhelmed the Wolverines by a 91 to 44 score. Beardsley was the heavy point winner for Michigan with firsts in both hurdle events. Cook won the hundred and Butler went out of his event to follow Cook in. Illinois presented a team strong in the departments in which Michigan was weakest and it is doubtful whether the presence of the entire team would have altered the verdict. Fate placed Chicago on the schedule in the position where she was destined to become the victim of Michigan ' s comeback after the Illinois disaster. The Wol- verines swamped the Stagg aggregation, 87 to 48, at Chicago on May 15, clinching the superiority shown in the indoor meet with the Maroons earlier in the season. I Three Hundred Sixteen TH E MICH IGANENSIAN- 1921 Slaughter pole vaulting in the Conference outdoor meet, held at Ann Arbor in 1920. Cook won firsts in the IOO and 220, Butler took the 440 in the near record time of 50 2-5 seconds, Lashmet won the broad jump and placed second in the 100. Dunne was the most brilliant individual performer of the day with a second place to his credit in the high hurdles and third places in the low hurdles, hammer throw, discus and javelin throw. Johnson and Losch were still on the hospital list and the brilliant victory stands out more prominently in view of their absence. Instead of sending the team to the Eastern intercollegiates as had been first planned, Ohio State came to Ferry field, the guest of the Wolverines in a dual meet which the latter won 80 to 4:5. Ten firsts and two ties for first places were captured by the men of the Maize and Blue. Johnson returned to duty for the first time in weeks but was plainly not in condition as he was only able to finish second in the low hurdles and broad jump. Cook again contributed two firsts to the Michigan total by winning the IOO and 220 in fast time. Beardsley captured a first in the high hurdles and tied for first in the low hurdles. Baker repeated his former victories in the shot put with a heave of 42 feet, 8 inches against a good field. Hoffman broke the Ferry field javelin record by throwing the wand 17 feet, 7 ' inches, twenty feet better than the previous mark. Burkholder won the half in 1 :58. Michigan had the honor of entertaining western colleges at the Western Con- ference Track and Field meet on June 4 and 5. Michigan entered the meet handicapped by the fact that Johnson, still not at the top of his form, could not be counted upon for his usual quota of firsts, and Losch was unable to enter at all. Illinois won the meet by taking four firsts and tieing for first place in one event. The Indians presented a well balanced team, and in addition to first places captured, Three Hundred Seventeen K TH E M I CH I G AN E N S IAN-1921 Beardsley showing Illinois the way in the high hurdles. When Johnson was unable to compete, Ray took his place with a high degree of efficiency. put enough men in the other events to assure a victory. Michigan took second place by winning three firsts. Johnson won the broad jump with a leap of 23 feet, 7 inches, Baker won the shot put with a heave of 43 feet, n inches. Hoffman shattered all Conference records in the javelin event with a throw of 172 feet 10 inches, beating the former mark by 7 feet n inches. Dunne, after making two record breaking throws in the preliminaries was disqualified and was unable to enter the finals. Later took third place in the high jump, Cruikshank, third in the broad jump, Butler third in the 440, Beardsley fourth in the high hurdles, Baker fourth in the disus and Cook fourth in the 220. Wesbrook and Slaughter tied for second, with Peterson of California, and Merril of Wisconsin in the pole vault. The individual star of the meet was Scholz of Missouri who won the 100 and 220 in remarkably fast time. With Johnson in the condition he was in when the season opened, the result would undoubtedly have been different, for the Wolverine star would have almost certainly captured the hurdle events and possibly the high jump which would have given Alichigan more than enough points to win the champion- ship. The most outstanding fact of the 1920 season is that the Varsity, crippled by the loss of Johnson and Burkholder at different times during the season and Losch for the entire outdoor season, was able to hold it ' s own as nobly as it did. Three Hundred Eighteen THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 I COOK The star sprinter on Farrell ' s 1920 Varsity. Cook was a consistent point winner in the Con- ference and Eastern meets. LOSCH Another of Michigan ' s star sprinters. Dick made a specialty of the 100 yard dash. When Illinois turned the tables. Emery winning the 220 from Ccok and Butler. Three Hundred Nineteen THE-MICH1GANENSIAN-I921 EARLE HOFFMAN A hard worker who won his letter in the Jumped into prominence by setting a new closing days of his last year on the team. Conference javelin record. A week before he was unknown to track fame. w m Start of the last lap in the mile relay Conference meet. Illinois, the winner, is away in the lead. m Three Hundred Twenty THE-MICHIGANENS AN-I92I WESBROOK One of the best all-around athletes in the University. Could pole vault and broad jump in splendid fashion, and then win a Conference tennis championship. CRUIKSHANK Wears an " M " because he was one of the three Michigan broad jumpers to place in the conference track meet. WESBOOK POLE VAULTING. Three Hundred Twenty-one THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 LARSON A half miler who has given great promiM BuRKHOLDER The best half miler in years. Has run the distance under two minutes, and is a good bet for 1921. Between events in the Conference track meet. Nebraska and Michigan athletes talk over the meet. Three Hundred Twenty-two THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 I JOYNER A highly necessary cog in the Michigan relay team. WETZEL Another member of the fast Michigan relay team. Also a quarter miler of ability. CROSS POLE VAULTING. Three Hundred Twenty-three THE-MICHIGANENSlAN-19 ' 21 BEARDSLEY Next to Johnson, the best hurd- ler on the Michigan track team. SLAUGHTER A pole vaulter of rare ability, from whom much is expected in 1921. Three Hundred Twenty-four 4 WHEELER Another star relav man. LATER A high jumper and weight man who gathered many points for the Maize and Blue. MAYNARD Cross Country Captain and two miler. 1 THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 n Captain Car] Johnson in his favorite event, the running broad jump. Vhen in condition there were few men that could come within a foot of the Michigan leader. Three Hundred Twenty-five THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 19 21 Butler and Wetzel winning from Bartky of Chicago in the dual meet with the Maroons at Chicago, last spring. Three Hundred Twenty-six THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 VV ' esbrook could pole vault 12 feet and broad jump 23 feet. Here he is shown placing in the Conference br oad jump. Three Hundred Twenty-seven THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-I921 1920 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Cross Country Michigan received an overwhelming defeat at the hands of Purdue, score 38 to 17, on Oct. 30 at Lafayette. Furnas of Purdue, Conference two mile champion, won the racein an easy manner, finishing well in the lead. Freeborne of Michigan was the first Wolverine to cross the finish line, placing in fourth position. Whitte- more, Pemberthy, Standish, and Brannon, all of Michigan were the last four men in. The Maize and Blue was forced to trail the M. A. C. squad in the all-state cross country run at Lansing on November 6, the event was a decisive one, inas- much as the Farmers took permanent possession of the state trophy by the victory. The score was M. A. C. 31, Michigan 26, making the third victory for M. A. C. and the one that was necessary to give them permanent possession of the state trophy. Freeborne finished third for Michigan, Whittemore fourth, Pemberthy seventh, Standish eighth, Brannon ninth, and Douglas eleventh. Illinois was the first visitor to Ann Arbor and gave the Wolverines a 16 to 40 defeat on the day of the Chicago football game. Captain Allman of Illinois led the field over the course in the remarkable time of 26 minutes and 27 seconds, the best that has been recorded over the Geddes course in the last seven years. Illinois placed five of the first six men who crossed the finish line, showing a strong well balanced team. Whittemore placed fifth for Michigan, Freeborne seventh, Chute eighth, and Standish ninth. Michigan finished seventh in the conference meet, Nov. 20. Three Hundred Twenty-eight THE MICHIGANENSIAN-1 9 21 I FINISH OF 44O lUJWOIS TENNIS CHAMPION 7 Arcc Hundred Twenty-nine THE-MICHICANENSIAN-1921 The Varsity Band entering the gates of Ferry Field. Three Hundred T iirtv Varsity Cheerleader Alfred O. Cuthbert, whose ability to draw the utmost in enthusiasm from Michigan crowds, both when at home and abroad, was no small aid to olverine athletic teams whether on the gridiron, diamond, or on the basketball floor in Water- man gymnasium. H THE -MICH IGANENS1AN- 1921 Three Hundred Thirty-two THE-MICH1GANENS1AN-I921 a w m EDWIN J. MATHER 1921 Varsity Basketball Coach BOYD H. LOGAN 1921 Varsity Basketball Manager 1921 Varsity Basketball Team OFFICERS ARTHUR J. KARPUS EDWIN J. MATHER BOYD H. LOGAN PERSONNEL R. JEROME DUNNE . ARTHUR J. KARPUS GEORGE W. MILLER ' . WALTER B. REA . BENJAMIN WEISS ROBERT C. WHITLOCK . JACK G. WILLIAMS . KENNETH B. LEGALLEY Captain Coach Manager . Center Forward Forward Guard Center Forward . Guard . Guard Three Hundred Thirty-three ffi I THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-lSSl CAPTAIN KARPUS Combined a rare floor ability with a knack to shoot baskets, both from the field and from the foul line. The high scorer for 1921. 1921 Basketball Season Michigan closed the 1921 basketball season in a triple tie for first position, after one of the most brilliant uphill fights in the history of the Western Conference. Though the Wolverines do not claim the championship, since there were two other teams, Wisconsin and Purdue, tied with Michigan for first place, still Mich- igan does lay claim to possessing the best team in the Big Ten in the past season. Following a six game pre-season trip into the South, in which the Varsity won all games played, and established an enviable record by defeating the best teams on the other side of the Mason and Dixon line, three games were dropped to Con- ference tjlams. Wisconsin was the first to conquer, snatching a three point decision on the Ann Arbor court. A week later Indiana won, and three days after that Michigan basketball was at its lowest ebb when Ohio State held the Matherites to one lone field goal, and won 22 to 10. ith the campus wrapped in gloom over the apparent failure of the team, Iowa, one of the strong quintets of the Conference, came to Ann Arbor, and Michigan won the first game of the year, 19 to 15. The victory was due, in large measure, to the appearance for the first time in the 1921 season, of Captain Karpus and Dunne. With these two men and Williams in the stellar role the Wolverines astonished critics by the defeat of the Hawkeyes. Michigan went to Madison, and sustained the second loss to Wisconsin, and the last defeat of the season. Michigan then established her right to consideration as a powerful quintet by a surprise defeat meted out to Chicago in Bartlett gymnasium, 16 to 14. From that time the flying Wolverine squad was not headed. Purdue and Illinois fell twice. The two Illinois games were the most brilliant of the year, and probably the best that Michigan has ever played. On the home court the Varsity won from the Orange and Blue 24 to 18, in a game featured by fouls, the two teams making 35 together. Michigan took and retained a lead in this contest, which already Three Hundred Thirty-jour WHITLOCK One of the three new men that were able to break into the lineup. A speedy forward with an eye for the basket. DUNNE One of the chief reasons for the remarkable spiirt of the Varsity from mid season on. One of the best centers in the Conference. had been placed in the Illini win column by critics. Ohio came next, and, playing in Columbus, the Michigan basketeers ran wild, throwing 17 field baskets. Mich- igan won by two points the final game from Illinois, the game that closed the 1921 season in glorious fashion. Williams and Captain Karpus, playing their last game for the Wolverines were stars of the first magnitude. It was the injection of Captain Karpus and Dunne into the game that improved the Michigan team. Previous to that time the Wolverines were without an accurate basket or foul shot, and they lacked the fight that these two men were responsible for in the later contests. Michigan won both of the games played with M. A. C., a feat that the Wolver- ines have never turned before. By the addition of these two to the win column, Michigan won a total of sixteen games, and lost only four. It is unfortunate that these games were the very ones that kept Michigan from claiming the Conference championship. In any consideration of the players on the 1921 Varsity, Captain Joe Karpus leads, because of his high scoring ability, and the spirit which he put into the team. Karpus was the leading scorer of the team, both this year and last. He also ranked high in the Conference. It was his foul shooting that pulled more than one game out of the fire, during 1921. His performance in the first Illinois game, when he threw nine fouls out of a possible eleven will stand out as one of the most brilliant individual records of the season. Karpus coupled to his basket shooting ability an uncanny knack at dribbling. With the possible exception of Schuler, Ind- iana ' s speedy little right forward, the Michigan captain was best hand at drib- bling in Waterman gym this past season. Michigan will miss Karpus in 1922, because of the high degree of efficiency with which he could play his position. Three Hundred Thirty-five y THE -MICH IGANENSIAN- 1921 WEISS Played center in the early games. Weiss has a good basket eye, and plays a fast, steady game. WILLIAMS A veteran of three seasons, and at his best in 1921. The Williams-Rea combination of guards proved one of the strongest in the Big Ten. m m Jack G. Williams is the other regular on the 1921 team that will go by gradu- ation. Since his first year on the team, Williams has won all-Conference recog- nition, no matter how poor the quintet that represented the University. A giant in stature, Williams could outreach nearly all opposing players, and thus have control of the ball most of the time. His exceptionally long arms made it possible to block many shots already started for the basket. Another quality was his speed in following the ball, and consequently his ability to break up the enemy plays. These are the reasons that Jack Williams is probably the best standing guard in the conference, and explain more than half of the Michigan victories. In 1920 Walter Rea was a mediocre forward. In 1921 Coach Mather shifted him tp guard, and since that shift, Rea has been one of the most brilliant running guards in the Conference. He is second only to White of Purdue in long range shooting, and in defensive playing is second to none. Michigan ' s impenetrable defence was made up of Rea and Williams, and few forwards were able to break through consistantly. There is no doubt that next year Rea will be one of the most brilliant guards of the Big Ten. His playing this season certainly entitles him to this consideration. Like Rea, Dunne completed his second year on the Varsity. Dunne was learning basket ball in 1920; in 1921 he knew the game, and many an opponent came to realize the aptness of Coach Mather ' s big pupil. Dunne played fairly well in mid season, but developed as the games progressed, until he more than held his own in the final series with Illinois, in fact he became the star on more than one occasion. The second Purdue game, fought out at Ann Arbor, was a personal victory for him, as it was his hand that threw all of the points that won for Michigan. A star on the football gridiron, Dunne proved himself as capable on the basketball court. To complete the list of regulars is George Miller, the only sophomore able to break into the Varsity combination. Like Dunne, he improved as the season progressed. Michigan owes at least the final Illinois game to the accurate shooting of Miller, for he made no less than twelve of the total twenty-six points with his Three Hundred Thirty-six X REA Shifted from forward to guard, Rea became one of the outstanding stars of the 1921 season, and a finished player in every respect. His long accurate shots broke up more than one hard fought game. PEARE A guard whose big year was 1920. Illness prevented him from showing his best this past season. brilliant shots. That this was no unusual feat, however, was proved by the games just preceding, where Miller had an average of eight to twelve points. An earlier start and he would have been the high point maker for the year, as well as one of the highest in the Conference. There is no doubt but that Miller will be one of the stars on the Varsity in 1922 his future should be one of the best in Conference circles. Two others deserve mention in any account of the 1921 quintet. They are: Whitlock and Le Galley. Whitlock worked into the team before Karpus returned, but lacked the accurate shooting ability necessary to place on the team. He is one of the best prospects for 1922. LeGalley was handicapped by size, but played a fighting game nevertheless. He, too, should make a bid for the team next year. To Edwin J. Mather, coach of the 1921 Varsity Basketball team, goes the credit for the brilliant season. It took years to make basketball a high class sport at Michigan, but thanks to the unremitting work of Coach Mather, the Maize and Blue is as high in the court game, as it is in other sports. CONFERENCE BASKETBALL STANDING Michigan . . . Wisconsin . . Purdue Minnesota . . . Illinois Iowa Indiana Chicago Ohio State . . . Northwestern . We 8 7 7 6 6 6 2 Lost Percentage 4 .667 4 .667 4 .667 5 -583 5 .583 5 -546 5 .546 6 .500 10 .167 11 .083 Three Hundred Thirlv-seven I THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I9-2I R MILLER Became regular forward early in the season and was one of the high scorers of the team. LEGALLEY Played guard when Rea and Peare were out. Proved to be a fighter, despite his small size. 1 Michigan Michigan Alichigan Michigan Michigan Alichigan Michigan Alichigan Alichigan Alichigan Alichigan Alichigan Alichigan Alichigan Alichigan Alichigan Alichigan Michigan Alichigan Alichigan 1920-21 GAMES 32 Louisville Y AI H A 28 Nashville 24 Jonesboro 14 Alemphis Y M C A 28 Nashville 21 Vanderbilt 24 Wisconsin 21 Indiana 10 Ohio State 19 Iowa 3 1 Northwestern 17 Wisconsin 16 Chicago 37 M. A. C. 17 M. A. C. 28 Purdue 24 Illinois 19 Purdue 36 Ohio State 26 Illinois 18 16 16 ii it 7 27 27 22 IS 13 25 14 24 10 23 18 IS 22 24 f Hundred Thirty-eight THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 1920 Varsity Tennis Team PERSONNEL WALTER K. WESBROOK, Captain ROBERT C. ANGELL GEORGE REINDEL, Manager Louis MUNZ HOWARD H. KELSEY Three Hundred Forty THE-MICHIGANENS AN-I921 WESBROOK Twice Conference singles champion, and once doubles. Has a high national rating, and is the best player that has ever represented the ' aize and Blue. 1920 Varsity Tennis Season Tennis during the 1920 season enjoyed the most successful year that the game has had at Michigan since it was first recognized as a varsity sport some twenty years ago. The matches for the year not only exceeded in number all those of previous years but were also with the strongest college teams in this part of the country. The schedule was the largest and beyond a doubt the best that a Michigan tennis team has had. Along with this increase and betterment of competition came a better tennis team. The squad which represented the Varsity was made up of well balanced players and in being headed by Captain Walter Wesbrook had the foremost college player in the country for a leader. Incidentally Wesbrook ' s rating for the year was 28th, which was many places above the rating of the next nearest college player. Wesbrook also won the Western Conference singles championship for the second time as well as having shown up to advantage during the summer against the coun- try ' s best amateurs. The results of the dual matches were not at all unfavorable. Of the nine contests, but one defeat was administered to the Varsity that at the hands of Chicago by the score 5 to i. Nevertheless the scores of the individual matches are indicative of the closeness of this match. Victories were scored in six other contests, one resulted in a tie, and one had to be called off because of rain. This constitutes a summary of the outstanding features of the 1920 season. While it is true that the 1920 season was the best in every way up to that time, there is every reason to believe that the 1921 season will exceed it. The schedule for the year is even larger than that of last. It not only includes the best Con- ference teams, namely Chicago, Wisconsin, Ohio State, Illinois, and Northwestern, Three Hundred Forty-one THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 3 ANGELL REINDEL Won more games than any other player, save The only playing manager at Michigan. A Wesbrook, in 1920. careful accurate player whose driving style belied his slight physique. but it takes in matches with the best eastern and western teams. The Eastern trip of the t entative schedule shows dual matches with Harvard, Yale, Cornell, and Williams, the best teams in the East. Furthermore, Leland Stanford and Oklahoma will play in Ann Arbor, and they may be rightly considered the strongest teams in their respective sections of the country. There can be no doubt that this is the hardest schedule that a Michigan Tennis team has ever undertaken. Five of these dual contests are to be played in Ann Arbor, which is more than have yet been played in a single year on the local courts. The other six will be played away from home. Practice matches are to be arranged with the Detroit Tennis Club and the Toledo Tennis Club. In addition to the regular schedule there will also be the annual Conference singles and doubles championships to be played at Chicago. Particularly encouraging in view of the hard schedule is the fact that last year ' s team will remain intact and that every man will again be available this year. No one has been lost through graduation. Furthermore several of last year ' s promising freshmen will be on hand to put in strong bids for places on the team. Of the 1920 team, Wesbrook, Munz, Angell, and Reindel, I men, are all back. Worcester and Kelsey, who received their AMA ' s, are also in school. Of the fresh- men who received their numerals, Sanchez, Zemon and Gregory are available. Other good men who are expected to be out are Bowers, Merkel, and Jerome. This wealth of material assures a squad from which may be picked a very powerful team. RESULTS OF 1920 TENNIS SEASON MICHIGAN, 5 OHIO STATE, i. SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1920 AT ANN ARBOR Munz (M) defeated Judd (O.S.U.) 6-2, 6-3 W. Wirthwein (O.S.U.) defeated Angell (M) 6-3,6-3 Loehnert (O.S.U.) 6-3,6-4 C. Wirthwein (O.S.U.) 6-0,6-3 Judd and Loehnert (O.S.U.) 6-3,6-4 Reindel (M) Borinstein (M) Munz and Reindel (M) Angell and Kelsey (M) Three Hundred Forty-two defeated defeated defeated defeated Wirthwein brothers (O.S.U.) 6-1,2-6,6-3 A THE ' MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 MUNZ Paired with Wesbrook in the double, and one of the best players in the University. KELSEY The utility member of the team. MICHIGAN, 6 NORTHWESTERN, o. THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1920 AT EVANSTON. Wesbrook (M) defeated Munz (M) defeated Angell (M) defeated Reindel (M) defeated Wesbrook and Munz (M) defeated Angell and Reindel (M) defeated Boyden (N) Golan (N) Grove (N) Newey (N) Boyden and Golan (N) Grove and Calhoun (N) MICHIGAN, i CHICAGO, 5. FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1920 AT CHICAGO. Pike (C) defeated Segal (C) defeated Vories (C) defeated Jamieson (C) defeated Wesbrook and Munz (M) defeated Segal and Vories (C) defeated Wesbrook (M) Munz (M) Reindel (M) Angell (M) Pike and Jamieson (C) Angell and Reindel (M) 7-5,6-4 6-1,5-7,6-2 6-3,6-1 6-0, 6-0 6-4, 8-6 6-3,6-1 3-6,6-3,6-1 11-9,6-1 6-4,11-9 6-2, 4-6, 6-3 8-6,4-6,6-4 3-6,6-1,7-5 MICHIGAN, 4 WISCONSIN, 2. SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1920 AT MADISON Wesbrook (M) defeated Fanning (W) defeated Reindel (M) defeated Angell (M) defeated Godfredson - Fanning (W) defeated Angell and Reindel (M) defeated Godfredson (W) Munz (M) Brorby (W) Taylor .(W) Wesbrook and Munz Brorby and Taylor (W) 6-1, 6-1 3-6, 6-3, 6-3 7 5, " -9 6-1, 6-2 7-5, 2-6 default, 6-4, 8-6 Three Hundred Forty-three THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 MICHIGAN, 2 -CORNELL 2. THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1920 AT ITHACA Wesbrook (M) defeated Holt (C) Mallory (C) defeated Munz (M) Pennock (C) defeated Reindel (M) Angell (M) defeated Cassidy (C) Doubles incomplete vs. Holt and Mallory (C) vs. Pennock and Cassidy (C) Munz and Wesbrook (M) Angell and Reindel (M) Wesbrook (M) defeated Munz (M) defeated Reindel (M) defeated Angell (M) defeated Wesbrook and Munz (M) defeated Angell and Reindel (M) defeated MICHIGAN, 6 SYRACUSE, o. FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1920 AT SYRACUSE LeGros (S) Wheeler (S) Champlain (S) Weeks (S) LeGros and Wheeler (S) Weeks and Champlain (S) 6-2, 7-5 6-3, 5-7, 6-4 6-2, 6-1 6-3, 12-10 6-4, 4-5 rain. -7, 10-10 rain. 6-4, 6-2 6-2, 6-0 6-3,6-4 6-4, 6-2 20-18, 6-3 6-0, 6-2 MICHIGAN, o UNION, o. SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1920 AT SCHENECTADY. Matches had to be discontinued because of rain. CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS, SINGLES AND DOUBLES MAY 27 THRU 29, 1920 AT CHICAGO Singles Championship won by Walter Wesbrook (-Michigan) who defeated Fritz Bastian (Indiana) in the final round 6-3, 6-1, 4-6, 8-6. Doubles Championship won by Vories and Segal (Chicago) who defeated Hane and Wirthwein (Ohio State) in the final round 5-7, 6-4, 8-6, 6-3. MICHIGAN, 4 CARNEGIE TECH. 2. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, JUNE 2 AND 3, 1920 AT ANN ARBOR Munz (M) defeated Davis (C.T.) defeated Angell (M) defeated Borinstein (M) defeated Munz - Reindel (M) defeated Davis - Marshall (C.T.) defeated Bailey (C.T.) Reindel (M) Stockslager (C.T.) Marshall (C.T.) Bailey - Stockslager (C.T.) Angell - orcester (M) 2-6, 6-4, 6-2 6-4, 0-6, 6-4 6-1, 6-4 6-4, 4-6, 6-4 6-1, 0-6, 6-1 6-3, 6-2 MICHIGAN, 5- TOLEDO TENNIS CLUB, 2. SATURDAY JUNE 5, 1920 AT ANN ARBOR Saturday, May 7, 1921 Thursday, May 12, 1921 Saturday, May 14, 1921 Monday, May 16, 1921 Wednesday, May 18, 1921 Thursday, May 19, 1921 Friday, May 20, 1921 Saturday, May 21, 1921 Thursday, May 26, 1921 Friday, May 27, 1921 Saturday, May 28, 1921 Saturday, June 4, 1921 Monday, June 6, 1921 1921 TENNIS SCHEDULE Ohio State Oklahoma Pending Wisconsin Williams Harvard Yale Cornell at Columbus, Ohio at Ann Arbor at Ann Arbor at Ann Arbor at Williamstown, Mass. at Cambridge, Mass. at New Haven, Conn. at Ithaca, N. Y. Conference Singles and Doubles Championships. Northwestern Chicago Friday or Saturday, June 10 or II, Leland Stanford at Chicago, 111. at Ann Arbor at Ann Arbor at Ann Arbor Additional matches will be arranged with the Detroit and Toledo tennis clubs. Three Hundred Forty-four INTRAMURAL AND FRE5HNAN ATHLETICS XJ bl Three Hundred Forty-five vM I CH I CAN EN S I AN 1 9 2 1 Intramural Department ELMER D. MITCHELL Director of Intramural Athletics H. E. STORZ 192021 Intramural Manager w 80 Work of Intramural Department MANAGERS FALL SPORTS F. M. SMITH BASEBALL- DANIEL P. KEARNEY BASKETBALL EARL NICHOLSON TRACK- WILLIAM F. ANGELL MINOR SPORTS- WALLACE F. ELLIOTT The season of 1920-21 has been highly successful, and bids fair to include upwards of 4000 student athletes by the time of its completion. Soccer was the first sport on the list, football having been deemed inadvisable because of the lack of necessary training. The interfraternity tourney went to Phi Sigma Kappa with Delta Chi runner-up, while the class contest gave honors to the Lower Lits over the Dent aggregation. In swimming, a newly organized sport, Delta Upsilon took first in the fraternity meet from Trigon, the Sophomores finishing ahead of the Fresh- men in the interclass contest. Alpha Sigma Phi defeated Sigma Alpha Epsilon in the finals of the house basketball series, the Society league championship went to the Michigan Union team, and the Dents took Departmental honors. An inter- class series was also played. Phi Delta Theta won the fraternity bowling, and in the class tournament the Sophomore Lits took honors from the Laws. In the fall tennis tourney Johann Rorick, ' 240, defeated Edwin C. Bowers, ' 21, for the campus title, and Richard Gregory, ' 23, paired with Federico Sanchez, ' 23E, to defeat William H. Riley, ' 23, and Lowell Genebach, ' 21, in the doubles finals. An all-fresh cross country run over a three mile course was held early in the year, Harry Davis taking first and E. A. Leland second. In the all-campus run a week later D. C. Douglas, ' 23 E, finished ahead of J. A. Bacon, ' 23. Three Hundred Forty-six THE-MICH1GANENS1AN-I921 Swimming 1921 INFORMAL VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM ADAMS SMITH UHLMAN HANSON GILMORE, Capt. HYDE CARNEGIE WHITE PORTER SCHWARTZ BABCOCK ELLIOTT, Mgr. DRULARD, COACH STEKETEE YERKES HUBBARD SEARLE RANDALL Thret Hundred Forty-seven THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 19-21 COACH ELMER DRULARD Of the Michigan Swimming Team. History of Swimming Team Swimming was born at Michigan in the winter of 1920, when, under the leader- ship of Coach Elmer Drulard, a highly creditable aggregation was organized. It was possible to arrange for but one dual meet at that time, the Grand Rapids Y. M. C. A. defeating the Michigan swimmers in the closest sort of a fight. The final result was not decided until the swimming of the relay. During the 1921 season Michigan swimmers brought more and more interest to the sport. At the Detroit Athletic Club in particular the Wolverine tank men showed to advantage. They captured four state championship medals at the state meet held there on January 15. Other meets arranged for the past season have been with Detroit Junior College, Grand Rapids Y. M. C. A., Detroit Athletic Club, Cleveland Y. M. C. A., and the University of Pittsburgh. The swimmers have always been handicapped by the lack of adequate facilities for practice and it has been impossible to stage any dual meets in Ann Arbor, the size of the city Y. M. C. A. tank being prohibitory. With the completion of the Union pool, however, swimming will take its place among the other recognized Varsity sports at Michigan, and it is hoped that the resultant block M award will bring out material that has been loathe to work out with little hope of recog- nition. To those men who have appeared in the Y tank throughout the season, and there have been nearly 175 of them, all credit is due. Among those who have more than demonstrated their ability have been, Captain George Gilmore, ' 21, Three Hundred Forty-eight a free style man of exceptional skill; Warren Hyde, ' 23, probably the best all-around swimmer in the school today; Lyle Hubbard, ' 23, a distance swimmer who ranks with the best in the Conference; Francis L. Smith, - ' 23, another good sprint man; Robert Yerkes, ' 21, a plunger whose absence next year will be sorely felt; Samuel Porter, ' 21, another of the graduating class and a back stroke man who is unexcelled in Michigan; Henry Parker, ' 21, and Norman Hanson, ' 23, breast stroke men who have handled the event capably; Otto Dellavo, ' 23, one of the fastest sprint men; and E. L. White, ' 22, former state champion in the fancy diving. Others who have turned out and shown more than ordinary ability are Frank Steketee, ' 22, Andrew Carnegie, ' 22, Lyndon Babcock, ' 22, Tom Adams, ' 22 Jack Searle, ' 23 and Fred Randall, ' 23. The freshman team, captained by Don Nixon, shows the greatest promise for the future. In a dual meet early in January it held the Varsity to a 43 to 33 score. Schuchert, Bowen, Mildner, McNulty, and others have done particularly good work for them and should be splendid material for next year ' s Varsity. Elmer Drulard, ' 20, has had charge of the team since its embryo days and has worked wonders. Wallace F. Elliott, ' 22, has done good work as manager. I 1921 SWIMMING SQUAD Three Hundred Forty-nine THE- MICHIGANENSIAN -1921 Hockey MACDUFF HOSKING 1920 INFORMAL VARSITY HOCKEY TEAM CANNON FLETCHER BARKELL KERR FOLLIS COMB 1921 Hockey Team Adverse weather conditions prevented the 1921 hockey team making a record like that of its 1920 predecessor. In all, only four games were played, as the weather in Ann Arbor was warm all winter, and the ice did not freeze for any long periods. But despite this lack of opportunity for practice, four games were played, and three won. Michigan, on a two game trip to the north, broke even with the Michigan College of Mines. The Rayls were defeated 4 to 2, and the Varsity News of Detroit lost to Michigan 5 to i. The following men made up the regular team: Barkell, Cannon, Hosking, Kerr, MacDuff, Comb, and Rye. Three Hundred Fifty THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 Boxing UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN BOXING CLUB University of Michigan Boxing Club DONALD C. SHELTON MARTIN C. HAWKINS, JR. NORMAN BUCHAN O. W. RUSH President Fice-President Secretary Treasurer The University of Michigan Boxing Club was reorganized in 1920, the former club being in existence before the war, and called the " Michigan Boxing Club " . The University of Michigan Boxing Club started with about thirty members, being handicapped due to the graduation of the older members. The sport has steadily increased in popularity. Under the supervision of Coach Sullivan the science of the game is stressed more than anything else. During the year (1920-21) several bouts have been put on between the halves of basketball games and at various class smokers. The Boxing Club plans several tournaments this year among the old and new members of the club, before initiation which takes place in May. I Three Hundred Fifty-one THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 1920 Freshman Football Squad OFFICERS EDWIN J. MATHER .... GERALD W. FROEMKE, HERBERT DUNPHY LAWRENCE ELLIS I. C. UTERITZ D. B. CAMERON W. C. DEAN LAWRENCE ELLIS J. K. FAIRBAIRN D. E. HATHAWAY WALTER KUNOW R. T. KNODE HARRY KIPKE A. E. SPENCER PERSONNEL DONALD ROCKWELL Coach Assistant Coaches Captain PHILIP MARION J. R. LIPSCHER W. R. KREINHEDER T. M. McKAY J. E. McAuLIFFE A. B. McWooo LsRoY NEISCH L. R. PESKIN D. N. RANKIN D. F. ROBY ft Three Hundred Fifty-two Michigan Bath; Extri IOSMN o K l - 7 7 14 - - j| l S H ? H - L 5 L " Three Hundred Fifty-three " Germany " Schultz, former Michigan gridiron star, revisits Ferry Field, and renews old friendships, when the Tulane eleven met Michigan last fall. The Michigan band, always a feature of football games on Ferry Field. The opening bars of the " Yellow and Blue " between the halves of the Michigan-Chicago football game. Three Hundred Fifty-Jour The only thing that drew a crowd away from a Michigan baseball game. In- specting the machine at the end of the Ferry Field diamond. When the Laws did not go through the Arch Swing Out 1920. It is not a tradition but a time honored custom that during the Swing Out the Senior Laws walk to the entrance of the Engineering Arch and then in contempt and scorn refuse to enter. Swing Out 1920 witnessed the observance of this custom, with the Laws emerging victorious in the slight altercation that ensued. Three Hundred Fifty-five Watching the tug-of-war, 1920 spring games. This is one of the high points of interest in the college year. ! More of the spring games the rope contest on South Ferry Field. Class spiri waxes high at such times as these. Three Hundred Fifty-six Watching Michigan win the baseball title from the press box, the vantage point. It is from here that the play by play reports are relayed to the Daily office where they are revised and set and greet you in the form of an Extra as you make your exit from Ferry Field. A view of one corner of the Michigan Trophy room. The banners represent track meets won, the footballs gridiron victories. Three Hundred Fifty-seven MICHIGMifflLETES CRAIG James B. Craig, ' 14. An athlete who ranked with the best in two sports. As a football player on the Michigan Varsity he was picked by Walter Camp as All American half in 1913. It was his return to the Michigan lineup that caused the great comeback after the disastrous M.A.C. game in 1913. As a member of the track team he won the 220 yard hurdle race in 1912 at the Eastern Intercollegiate meet, and was one of the best performers on the squad at both hurdle races, and the 440 yard dash. E. F. Hughitt, ' 14. Varsity right half back in 1912, and quarterback the two years following. Also played two years as Varsity third baseman in 1913 and 1914. Captain and quarterback of the Buffalo Indian team that won professional football honors in 1920. Joe Homer, Jr., ' 11. One of the best of Michigan ' s track athletes. A cer- tain winner in the shot and discus, which events he captured in both 1910 and 1911 at the Eastern Intercolleg- iates, and.in which he placed in 1909, his first season on the team. In 1911 he ' set a world ' s indoor 16 pound shot re- cord of 48 feet 8 inches. To these feats he added the unique ability, usually denied a weight man, of being one of the best intercollegiate sprin- ters, hurdlers and vaulters of his day. E.D.Mitchell, ' 12. Played three years of baseball while in school, first baseman of the 1910 nine that won the national intercollegiate title and captain in 1912. He was also a member of the championship football squad in 1910. Since grad- uation he has coached at Grand Rapids Union high school, directed athletics at Ypsilanti Normal, coached freshman football and baseball at Michigan. Mitchell was for two years Varsity basketball coach, and le ft that position to become head of the Intramural Athletic department in 1919. HUGHITT HORNER Three Hundred Fifty-eight ENZENROTH C. H. Enzenroth, ' 10. Played base- ball at Michigan in 1908, 1909, and 1910, being captain the last year. For three years after leaving Michigan he played semi-professional ball in Chi- cago, and in 1914 he caught for the St. Louis Americans, and later in the year for the Kansas City Federal league team, where he also played in 1915. Enzenroth was freshman base- ball coach in 1920. W. H. Heston, ' 04L. Heston was the football wonder of his day, and has been placed upon Camp ' s All- time All-American team at half back. As captain of the 1904 Varsity foot- ball eleven he closed his fourth year as a member of an undefeated Michigan team, to which he had contributed a major part because of his remarkable playing. Leslie Carroll, ' 17. The best miler that Michigan has produced. Cap- tain of the team in 1917. In the in- door meets that year Carroll showed great ability, his best race being against Ray, I.A.C. miler when he took second in a 4:20 2-5 race. In the previous year he was one of the best Michigan runners in the Eastern meet. Carroll was also a cross-country runner of merit. In the 1916 Intercollegiate race he was just defeated by Overton, the Yale star, who later set a world ' s mark in the 1000 yard run.J George H. Sisler, ' 1SE. Michigan ' s most noted contribution to baseball. Was a member of the Varsity baseball team for three years, 1913,1914, and captain in 1915. Sisler,who is the best pitcher that Michigan has ever had, led the team in hitting all three years, and played in the outfield, when not on the mound. He joined the St. Louis Browns in 1915 and has been there since, and is now the best all-around player in organized baseball, leading both major leagues in batting, with a total of .407 in 1920. HESTON CARROLL SISLER Three Hundred Fifty-nine MAULBETSCH John F. Maulbetsch, ' 17. A reg- ular on the Michigan Varsity at left half from the first day he reported, three times an All Western selection, an All-American half when a sopho- more and captain of the team in 1916. are a few achievements of the " German Bullet " as Maulbetsch was called after he had torn the Harvard line to pieces in 1914. Since graduation he has coached at Phillips University at Enid, Oklahoma, and has turned out some of the best teams in that section of the United States. Tom S. Hammond, ' 06L. Halfback on Yost ' s great elevens of 1904 05 and ' 06, when with Heston and Long- man he was considered one of the best backs in the country. J. C. Garrels, ' 07. Another great all- around athlete. Garrels was an inter- collegiate winner in both hurdle events, the discus and the shot put. To this he sometimes added the 440 yard dash, in which event he held the Michigan record of 53 seconds for several years. In the discus he was supreme, winning this event every time he competed in it during his col- lege career. He was captain of the track team in 1907, in which year the Varsity won the Penn relay games and the Western Conference title. Not content with honors in track Garrels played Varsity football for two years, and made a great name for himself as fullback of the 1905 and ' 06 elevens. Frank Longman, ' 06. That he was Varsity fullback in the days of Heston and Garrels is high praise, for the re- cord of these mighty years is still sweet to Michigan football supporters. Longman was one of the greatest plunging backs of his time, and com- pleted a perfect backfield. After grad- uation he coached at Notre Dame for several seasons. HAMMOND GARRELS LONGMAN Three Hundred Sixty CRAIG Ralph Craig, ' 12. While in college held the world ' s record of 21 1-5 seconds for the 220 yard dash, and tied the world ' s record of 9 4-5 seconds in the 100 yard dash. In 1910 and again in 1911 Craig won both the IOO and 220 yard dashes at the Eastern Intercollegiate meet, making both of the above marks in that meet. He was a member of the American Olym- pic team at Stockholm in 1912, and won the IOO meter race, the greatest possible achievement for a track athlete. John L. Lavan, ' 14M. Starred at shortstop on the 1912 Varsity nine and was one of the strongest batsmen in the West that season. The fol- lowing season he joined the St. Louis Browns under Branch Rickey, former Wolverine baseball coach, and played throughout the season on this team, although he was not yet through school. He helped coach the varsity nine each year until his graduation and was in- strumental in procuring George Sisler for the Browns. He was sold to the Philadelphia Athletics toward the close of the 1914 season, just a week before the Athletics clinched the Amer- ican league pennant and received a share of the World Series money. When Branch Rickey became inter- ested in the St. Louis Cardinals he got his former pupil back to St Louis where he is at the present time. Harry S. Hammond, ' 08E. Var- sity football end for four years, playing before the freshman residence rule was used at Michigan. HAMMOND Harold L. Smith, ' 16. In his track career at Michigan, Smith was captain of the team twice, and in 1915 won both the 100 and 220 yard dashes at the Eastern meet, and 1916 won the former event and took second in the latter. He placed in both events in his sophomore year, making six Inter- collegiate places in three years, an achievement which ranks him with Ralph Craig among the greatest of Michigan sprinters. LAVAN SMITH Three Hundred Sixty-one The passing of the old ivy covered library caused pangs of regret in the hearts of many. Situated in the center of the campus, it was a landmark long carried in the mind after other spots were forgotten. Thret Hundred Sixty-two University Hall has been the scene of many conflagrations. The one depicted was one of the most serious, and occurred more than ten years ago. The old Medical Building before the fire. Three Hundred Sixty-three 5ROEHM1 SON,-- Wright. Kay O. If it were not for the caption few would recognize this as our enterprising cam- pus publication. It is the first issue of The Alichigan Daily. The shell of the old Medical Building after the fire of 1908. Three Hundred Sixty-four The old Dutch windmill a pic- turesque landmark and the destination of many student hikes. The title page of the first Alichigan- ensian. Mustaches and whiskers were one of the requirements of a baseball player when the above aggregation the first Michigan nine was assembled. Three Hundred Sixty-five This? A view of the campus from the Union tower (if the tower had then been in existence) in 1870. Note the scaffolding of the dome of University Hall. A familiar spot in an unfamiliar setting the northwest corner of the diagonal in the preceding generation. Three Hundred Sixty-six As the diagonal used to look the posts were to keep cattle off the grounds and to furnish hurdles for the freshmen. No, this is not the interior of a church, but an early picture of the rotunda of the old library. Three Hundred Sixty-seven The feet of many famous men have trod this stretch of walk leading to the main entrance of University Hall. This picture was taken at a time when the entire campus was surrounded by a wooden fence. A few of the moderns will recognize this corner famous to Michigan lore but, for the benefit of the younger element, we will name it. It is " Joe ' s. " Note the carved table tops that adorn the walls, recording as nothing else could the various Michigan victories, from year to year. Three Hundred Sixty-eight A squad of gridiron warriors as they appeared in the seventies. The team that won the title of " Champions of America " by defeating Minnesota the strongest team of the West, and tying Pennsylvania, the Eastern champs. The national championship was based on comparative scores. Three Hundred Sixty-nine OreOldandtheNeti) MICHIGAN UNION Porter Eaton Bates Baxter Anderson Shaw Hoi brook Slaughter Rychener Parker Roderick Cohn BOARD OF DIRECTORS 1919-1920 President ice-Presidents Literary Engineering Medical Law Combined Recording Secretary Alumni Secretary Financial Secretary Faculty Members Alumni Members . Paul W. Eaton . Stewart Baxter George Roderick Ralph O. Rychener Abe J. Cohn Marion Slaughter Donald Porter . W. B. Shaw Evans Holbrook Dean Henry M. Bates Prof. J. C. Parker Prof. H. C. Anderson Earl D. Babst Ro D. Chapin Daniel Zimmerman Lawrence Maxwell S. Emory Thomason Three Hundred Seventy The old Michigan Union building. The Michigan Union, today one of the most important centres of campus activity, is an outgrowth of the ' Union idea ' , a plan formulated and actively worked out by a small group of men :n 1904. An organization was sought which The Michigan Union today. Three Hundred Seventy-one Breaking ground for the New Union Building. would furnish the University with a social and recreational centre and which would also provide a meeting place for the faculty, alumni, and former and resident students. Razing the old building. Three Hundred Seventy-two The shell of the New Union. By means of profits obtained from shows, circuses, and the like, the 300 members saved a total of $6000 in three years and this money was applied to the purchase price of Judge Cooley ' s house on South State street. Thus the Union obtained a home and, from the time of the Minnesota game in 1907, its success and popularity Construction midway. Three Hundred Seventy-three The Main Dining Room. were assured. Its membership grew so rapidly that it was necessary in 1912 to erect a ' shed ' at the rear of the building for the great number of smokers, dinners, and other functions. The Tap Room and Cafeteria. Three Hundred Seventy-four The Billiard and Pool Tables on the second floor. In 1919 the present building was completed at a cost of $1,150,000. This amount does not include the cost of wall decorations, or the finishing of the swim- The Dance Floor and Assembly Hall. Three Hundred Seventy -five The Main Lobby looking from the entrance. ming pool or reading room, which are still unfinished. The present Union has a membership of 18,600 and is considered the finest club of its kind in America. The Lower Floor Reading Room. Three Hundred Seventy-six T DLYM R. Jerome Dunne 20 AMES KI.AllIll H.XASH Carl E. Johnson The University of Michigan ' s two representatives on the 1920 Olympic team. Johnson was entered in the running broad jump, in which he took second place, and Dunne in the pentathlon. Three Hundred Seventy-seven Lawrence C. Butler. One of the four Michigan athletes to compete in the final elimination meet at Boston in July. Took sixth in the finals of the 440 yard dash, but was not selected to make the trip by the American Olym- pic Committee. Walter Simmons. One of the fast- est contenders at the elimination meet held in Chicago in June. Joseph L. Baker. Was regarded as a certainty for the pentathlon event, even after the finals had been run off at Boston. Was not, however, on the list of the American Committee. Thomas Hart. Won his way to the finals in Boston of the looyard and 220 yard dashes, but was there eliminated. Three Hundred Seventy-eight : Hannes Kohlemainen, Finnish distance runner, winning the Marathon. Kohlemainen won this race in the 1912 Olympaid. The 1 20 yard high hurdle race which was run between the American, Canadian and English Olympic hurdlers, at Queen ' s club in London. Fred Thomson, holder of the new world ' s record in this event, is at the extreme right. Three Hundred Seventy-nine Richard Landon, Yale high jump champion, winner of this event at Antwerp. The American 400 meter relay team, composed of Paddock, Scholz, Murchison and Kirksey. This quartet set a new Olympic record for the race in 1920. Three Hundred Eighty JEREMIAH W. JENKS Jeremiah W. Jenks, ' 78. Noted political economist, author, research professor of government and public administration at New York Univer- sity. " My whole life since I entered Michigan has been closely tied to it and largely dependent upon it. At the University I felt the influence of some professors, two especially, who have ever since greatly influenced my habits and my taste for work. Michigan has honored me with de- grees and helped me to positions which have not merely been a source of sat- isfaction but which have had upon me and my work a very helpful influence. The memories of my student days are among the sweetest and dearest of my life. At Michigan I made friends who have ever since given me the joys of the most intimate and most valued friendships of any that I have known. " Stewart Edward White, ' 95. Well known novelist. Author ' Rules of the Game ' , : The Rose Dawn ' etc. " If Michigan in its later days of magnitude can have as great an effect on the development of the men under it as it had on me when it was com- paratively small, then it is going some. " Ray Stannard Baker. Former Associate editor of the American and McClure ' s magazines and author, under the name of David Grayson, of ' Adventures in Friendship ' , ' Ad- ventures in Contentment ' , etc. " I have always felt that the great- est inspiration that I got at Ann Arbor came in the seminar discussions with Professor Scott. Nothing now stands out so vividly as these. They set me going. " STEWART EDWARD WHITE RAY STANNARD BAKER Three Hundred Eighty-one ELMER ELLSWORTH BROWN Elmer Ellsworth Brown, ' 89, for- mer professor at Michigan; president National Council of Education, 1915-. 1917; Chancellor of New York Univer- sity. " The University of Michigan means to me the notable men who were in its faculty in the latter half of the ' 8o ' s; Angell, Frieze, Cooley, Morris, Hinsdale, Prescott, Thomas, Walter, Elisha Jones, D ' Ooge, and Pattengill. They opened up for me a new world. " found that it was chiefly my mistake, rather than that of the curriculum makers. I believe everything I learn- ed at Michigan has at some time in my wandering career proved to be the very thing I needed. " STRATTON D. BROOKS Stratton D. Brooks, ' 96. School inspector, author, educator, present president of University of Oklahoma. " Michigan to me meant oppor- tunity. " HARRY A. FRANCK Harry A. Franck, ' 03, Author- vagabond, writer of ' Vagabonding Down the Andes ' , ' Around the World on Foot ' , etc. " Though there were some parts of the Curriculum as offered at Michi- gan in my day which seemed of little use or a bore at the time, I have since DR. WILLIAM I. MAYO Dr. William I. Mayo, ' 83. Famous surgeon and founder of the Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. " The influence of a university upon the world ' s work depends upon the contributions of its students to the welfare of mankind. " Three Hundred Eighty-two JOB BARNARD Job Barnard, ' 67. Retired Assis- tant Justice Supreme Court of the District of Columbia. " Michigan has meant a life of activity and, I believe, interest in the world. I often meet alumni and others interested in the University and they have added much to my happiness. Throughout my life I have never ceased to appreciate the months I spent in Ann Arbor. " JOSEPH H. STEERE Joseph H. Steere, ' 76. Judge; Justice of the Supreme Court of Mich- igan. Royal S. Copeland, ' 86. Mayor of Ann Arbor, 1901-03; ophthalmolo- gist; present health commissioner of New York City. " Michigan gave me a profession. It gave me friendships. It gave me contact with life from every part of the globe. It increased my love for ROYAL S. COPELAND democracy. It made me respect men for their virtues and not for their garb. It gave me a healthy body, a sense of proportion in many things, a readi- ness to laugh at my own mistakes and, above all else, a desire to serve human- ity in some useful way. " WILLIAM GRAVES SHARP William Graves Sharp, ' 81. Ambassador to France. " The memories of my days at Ann Arbor have ever been a source of in- spiration to me. An indefinable some- thing growing out of the very atmos- phere which surrounds the student life of grand old Michigan makes for a wider horizon and a broader democracy. Its eminent instructors are worthy suc- cessors to that galaxy of great educa- tors of the days of Angell and Cooley. " Three Hundred Eighty-three WILLIAM W. CAMPBELL William W. Campbell, ' 86E. Astronomer of international recog- nition and present director of Lick Observatory. " In retrospect of my student days at Ann Arbor (1882-86) I prize ever more highly, and above all else: 1. The example of many great men at Michigan Angell, Olney, J. B. Davis and others who have gone, and several professors who still live and serve. 2. The development of reverence for the truth, in whatever form it may appear. " WOODBRIDGE N. FERRIS Woodbridge N. Ferris, ' 73-4. Founder of Ferris Institute and former governor of Michigan. ALFRED BUDGE Alfred Budge, ' 92. Justice of the Supreme Court of Idaho. " The University of Michigan has meant to me inspiration, knowledge and success. " CHARLES MILLS GAYLEY Charles Mills Gayley, ' 78. Pro- fessor of the English Language and Literature and former Dean of the Faculties at the University of Califor- nia. " I cannot express my indebtedness to the University of Michigan; nor can I ever repay what I owe her. " Three Hundred Eighty-four PUBLICATIONS r c THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-192I PROF. SCOTT PROF. BRADSHAU PROF. SUNDERLAXD DEAN EFFINGER GAULT McCuNTOCK DILLON Board in Control of Student Publications FACULTY MEMBERS PROF. FRED N. SCOTT PROF. EDSON R. SUNDERLAND DEAN JOHN R. EFFINGER President Supervising Manager PROF. JOHN V. BRADSHAW STUDENT MEMBERS ROSWELL DILLON, ' 2iE RALPH GAULT, 21 L Secretary JAMES I. MCCLINTOCK, 21 L Three Hundred Eight-five n t- en n C Hundred Eighty-six The 1921 Michiganensian Official Yearbook of the University BOYD H. LOGAN Business Manager JAMES FREY EMERSON SWART LEE BOYD PHILLIP RINGER . SAMUEL ROSENTHAL JOHN McMANis ROBERT SAGE JOSEPH AVERY RENAUD SHERWOOD, MARY LACY BURTON DUNLAP WENDELL HANSELMAN SEWARD CRAMER MARY BUCKBEE FRANCES BUCKBEE JACK DAWSON JOHN SOMPPI LESTER ABEL JOSEPH GOODYNE CARL HUBACH ROBERT F. WIENEKE SHELDON M. BROWN LAWRENCE W. SNELL FRANCES HEARTT UPPER STAFF HUGH HITCHCOCK WOMEN ' S EDITORS EDITORIAL STAFF ELLERY DYMENT RALPH N. DuBois RICHARD EVANS WILLIAM GOODSITE F. E. JACOBS CHARLES GESSNER ART STAFF CLAYTON SEAGEARS SAMUEL POPKINS MILDRED BARTON BUSINESS ASSISTANTS BUSINESS STAFF HAZEL STORZ JOHN C. FROST ELLIS HUNT ROBERT MARTIN WILLIS BLAKESLEE Managing Editor Organization Editor Fraternity Editor Art Editor . Senior Editor . Classes Editor Sports Editor Feature Editor Photographic Editor Publications Editors EVELYN ROCKWELL LARRY MACK PRANCES OBERHOLTZER CHARLES PROCTOR ROBERT RICE ELIZABETH VICKERY ELMER NASH RALPH DuBois WALDO GOWER BRYAN WARMAN CLIFFORD W. STUART WALTER H. VELDE THOMAS F. DANDO SAMUEL GREENBURG Three Hundred FAghty-seven THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-I92I Q 2 1 6 H s Hundred Eighty-eight THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 The Michigan Daily TVzc Greatest College Daily LEGRAND A. GAINES, JR. Business Manager GEORGE O. BROPHY, JR. Managing Editor News Editor Sunday Editor City Editor Editorials Sports Editor Night Editors J. E. McMANis Women ' s Editor Telegraph Telescope JOSEPHINE WALDO G. E. CLARK H. B. GRUNDY G. L. STONE HUGHSTON McBAIN W. W. OTTO WAY BYRON DARNTON WALTER DONNELLY G. P. OVERTON SARA WALLER T. H. ADAMS, H. W RENAUD SHERWOOD. EDITORIAL STAFF CHESSER M. CAMPBELL JOSEPH A. BERNSTEIN BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL LEE WOODRUFF, L. A. KERN, T. J. WHINERY ROBERT ANGELL HITCHCOCK, J. I. DAKIN T. W. SARGENT MARY D. LANE THOMAS DEWEY T ACK W. KELLY ASSISTANTS PAUL G. WEBER GEORGE REINDEL FRANCES OBERHOLTZER W. F. ELLIOTT FRANK McPiKE PAUL WATZEL M. A. KLAVER BEATA HAS LEY EDWARD LAMBRECHT Advertising. Publication Circulation BUSINESS STAFF D. P. JOYCE Classified F. M. HEATH Accounts ELIZABETH VICKERY DOROTHY MONFORT R. E. ADAMS L. J. HERSHDORFER J. A. BACON JAMES HUME E. R. MEISS KATHERINE MONTGOMERY W. H. RILEY H. E. HOWLETT R. W. LAMBRECHT L. W. MILLARD F. A. CRESS D. S. WATTERWORTH T. L. RICE ASSISTANTS B. G. GOWER J. J. HAMEL, JR. ROBT. L. DAVIS N. W. ROBERTSON D. G. SLAWSON . R. O. KERR E. R. PRIEHS V. F. HILLERY SlGMUND KUNSTADTER P. H. HUTCHISON M. M. MOULE R. C. STEARNES R. G. BURCHELL Three Hundred Eighty-nine OVERTOX EATON CHAPMAN RILEY ADAMS SARGENT HILI.ERY MURCHISON KERSEY HAM El. BURCHELI. I The Wolverine Another Year of Wolverine history has passed. The pleasures which come with the management of a successful student paper are a memory. In spite of busi- ness conditions which caused most newspapers to retrench, the Wolverine of 1920 was improved in appearance and had a larger quantity of news space than ever before in the ten years of its existence. Its popularity with summer school students was evidenced by a large increase in subscriptions over the preceding year. As the official paper of the University, the Wolverine directed its efforts to the encouragement of a bigger and better Summer Session. It kept alive Michigan traditions for regular students who were attending, and it sent away with hundreds of teacher-students the true spirit of the Michigan campus. Three Hundred Ninety The Wolverine University Summer School Paper VERNON F. HILLERY, Business Manager THORNTON W. SARGENT. JR. Managing Editor HAMILTON COCHRAN GERALD OVERTON G. D. EATON- EDITORIAL STAFF Issue Editors Column Editor HOWARD WEEKS Reporters THOMAS ADAMS HELEN LE VENE WILLIAM H. RILEY CHARLES MURCHISON E. J. SCHALKER JOHN J. HAMEL, JR. RICHARD CHAPMAN BUSINESS STAFF Advertising JAMES RAWUNGS Publication and Accounts Circulation ROBERT BROWN RICHARD BURCHELL ROBERT KERSEY A Three Hundred Ninety-one THE-MlCHIGANENSlAN-ISCn STEDMAX ESSELS MALLEAUX MCGREGOR TENNENT VILKINS WARMAN KILPATRICK TRUSS WATSON BALL ALLMAN LICHTENBURG IVES GRIFFITH F. M. SMITH B. CAMPBELL SHUMACHER VAN-DUSEN UNDERWOOD FAUST BUCK BROPHY GAIXES McKEAx SCOTT CLARK ATKINSON ATERBURY HIXKSON BAXTER C. CAMPBELL EATON The Chimes Chimes, the newest of Michigan ' s publications, was started in 1919-1920, the year after the discontinuance of the Inlander. Its appeal is wider than that of a purely literary magazine of the Inlander type. Its purpose is the expression of campus opinion, but it has been fortunate in receiving contributions from many prominent alumni, including Roy D. Chapin, James Rowland Bibbins, Harrison B. McGraw, Rob Wagner, Katherine Holland Brown, Stuart Perry, Donald Hamil- ton Haines, and several others. These generally take the form of articles dealing with experiences in different careers. Campus fiction at its best, as represented by the prize winners in a short-story contest, was published throughout the year. Some of the poetry which appeared in the issues of 1919-1920 received honorable mention in the Anthology of College Verse for that year, and an equal showing is certain for this year. This year Chimes had the pleasure of printing President Burton ' s first statement to the campus on his educational creed. During the year faculty articles were printed, written by Dean Bates, Dean Yaughan, Professor Wenly, Prof. John C. Parker, Dr. Cabot, and a number of others. Most of the material, however, is contributed by campus writers. Three Hundred Ninety-two THE -MICHIGANENS1AN- 1921 The Michigan Chimes University Magazine of Campus Opinion C. MAURICE ATKINSON Business Manager EXECUTIVE LESTER E. WATERBURY, ' 21 L C. MAURICE ATKINSON, ' 22 LEGRAND A. GAINES, JR., ' 21 PAUL W. EATON, ' 21 GEORGE O. BROPHY, ' 22L . MARGUERITE A. CLARK, ' 21 CHESSER M. CAMPBELL, ' 21 DR. HAROLD P. SCOTT LESTER E. WATERBURY Editor-in-Chief BOARD OF DIRECTORS . . Editor-in-Chief Business Manager . President of the Student Council . President of the Union . Managing Editor of Michigan Daily President of the Women ' s League Representative of Michigamua Representative of Quadrangle PERSONNEL OF CHIMES LESTER E. WATERBURY, ' 21 L . C. STEWART BAXTER, ' 21 . C. MAURICE ATKINSON, ' 22 .... HUNTER GRIFFITH, ' 21 .... JAM-ES HOUSE, JR., ' 23 ..... ALICE B. HINKSON, ' 21 . FRANCIS M. SMITH, ' 22 .... BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL, ' 22 . BOWEN SCHUMACHER, ' 22 .... THOMAS UNDERWOOD, ' 23 L . VEST H. GALLOGLY, ' 22 THOMAS C. TRUSS, ' 22 ..... HAROLD KILPATRICK, ' 22E NED IVES, ' 22 ...... FRANK MALLEAUX, ' 22E DOUGLAS Dow, ' 22E .... Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor Business Manager Art Editor Assistant Art Editor . Women ' s Editor . Associate Editor . Associate Editor Associate Editor Associate Editor . Associate Editor Circulation Manager Credit Manager . Advertising Manager Publications Manager Foreign Advertising Three Hundred Ninety-three RAPAPAT KELLEY SARASOHX E. MICHAELS HERRICK W. MICHAELS CHAPEL SMITH DRAKE GEIGER WOLFE EEKS BALDWIN SEAGEARS HUBACH Gargoyle The Gargoyle is a perhaps feeble but earnest attempt to tickle the undergraduate funnybone as much as possible. He does not wish to tickle that same part of the faculty with as much force, and in, fact, he is afraid that he used ticklers in the early part of his 1920 career that rubbed the professorial fur the wrong way. It was heard that the first number of the Gargoyle was acclaimed far and wide, then later it was only wide. Since then the Gargoyle has been repentant. Also within his manly breast there has smouldered a spark of indignation. This is inextinguishable. But withal the Gargoyle is a gay beast who sits back upon his haunches laughing heartily at all mortals, and especially those undergraduate mortals who go through this mundane existence with miens all too sober. He delights in pungent pun and jovial jape and little he frets who falls victim to his verbal missiles. He is an ardent and earnest champion of the truth (whatever that is), a jolly jester who wears his cap and bells with pride, who loves to expose the foibles and vanities of this short life, and an active and zealous seeker for all that is best for the students of the University. He particularly delights in picking the flaw humorus from the efforts of his brother publications (and sister, too, including The Daily), but they must remember that none of his satiric shafts are tipped with venom. The Gargoyle has flourished now for some eleven years and has grown into a lusty youth with his own opinions. Around 2600 of him stroll off the press every month and find their ways into the waiting hands of eager subscribers. Jacques of the College Drama, the Gargoyle cries, " Motley ' s the only wear! " Three Hundred inftv-four The Gargoyle University Humorous Monthly (ol ROBERT L. DRAKE Business Manager HOWARD WEEKS Managing Editor Art Editor . LEE BOYD, ' 22 ART STAFF WALDO GOWER, ' 22 CARL HUBACH, ' 22 LEE ATWOOD, ' 23 JAMES HOUSE, JR., ' 23 F. S. RANDALL, ' 23 EDITORIAL STA FF JACK KELLY, ' 23 CLEMENT SMITH, ' 23 ARNOLD PIATT, ' 23 C. W. WOLFE, ' 23 AGNES HOLMQUIST, ' 22 ELINOR CHAMBERLAIN, ' 22 UPPER STAFF, BUSINESS SYDNEY SARASOHN, ' 22 LOREN SULLIVAN, ' 23L WILLIAM MICHAELS, ' 22 HAROLD CHAPEL, ' 22 MILTON GEIGER, ' 22 EDWARD YOST, ' 22 LOWER STAFF, BUSINESS WENDELL HERRICK, ' 23 J. Ross RIFORD, ' 23 EVERETT MICHAELS, ' 23 L. GRANT BALDWIN, ' 23 R. P. SELWAY, ' 23 HARRY RAPAPORT, ' 23 E Three Hundred Ninety-fire GOETZ BRETZ GREGORY MC AMEE STOCK HARRISON- CAMPBELL SHARP XEALE LAWSON GUSTAFSON BARNUM Technic The Michigan Technic, which has the distinction of being the oldest student publication on the campus, has, since 1886, been the official organ of the Engineering Society and in recent years the recognized publication of the Engineering College. The Technic was founded to put into print and record the papers and discussions which were written and held by students of the society. During the last few years, however, the Technic has not adhered strictly to the purpose for which it was founded. Its field of activity has been broadened to make the publication of greater value to both students and graduates. Students are brought to realize the problems and responsibilities of the practicing engineer through articles written by men from outside the University. Graduates are kept in touch with their college through the Technic. The good condition of the Technic at the present time speaks well for the ex- cellent work done by its staffs. y Three Hundred Ninety-six I THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 The Michigan Technic The Engineering College Quarterly W. R. HARRISON Business Manager T. R. GUSTAFSON, ' 21 W. R. HARRISON, ' 21 F. D. JOHNSON, ' 22 H. P. SHARP, ' 22 A. J. STOCK, ' 22 W. P. CAMPBELL, ' 22 R. L. NEALE, ' 22 G. C. BRETZ, ' 21 M. A. GOETZ, ' 22 . G. E. GREGORY, ' 22 . C. N. BARNUM, ' 22 . H. G. McNAMEE, ' 21 G. F. GODLEY, ' 21 C. M. KlNDEL, ' 23 W. P. LYONS, ' 22 H. B. BUTLER, ' 23 R. H. KRAUSE, ' 24 W. A. COTTON, ' 23 H. S. SIMPSON, ' 22 PROF. E. M. BRAGG PROF. A. 0. LEE PROF. J. E. EMSWILER PROF. J. R. NELSON C. N. JOHNSTON ASSISTANTS C. E. PROCTOR, ' 23 H. H. HUBBARD, ' 24 D. A. HOLM, ' 24 D. D. WILSON, ' 24 R. F. COHN, ' 23 W. L. COUSE, ' 23 H. M. PRESTON, ' 24 ADVISORY BOARD T. R. GUSTAFSON Managing Editor Managing Editor Business Manager Associate Editor . Associate Editor College Editor Alumni Editor Assignment Editor Asst. Associate Editor Circulation Manager . Advertising Manager . Publication Manager Asst. Advertising Mgr. Sales Manager A. L. PHILLIPS, ' 23 J. N. GOSINSKI, ' 23 A. H. MAREMONT, ' 24 W. C. KRATZ, ' 24 W. M. SWAGER, ' 23 A. E. PRATT, ' 24 Chairman Secretary Treasurer Advisory Editor Pres. Engineering Society Three Hundred Ninety-seven X CuRRIE Bl ' CKBEE PRESTON CHAPEL LACK STEWART STONE TILTOX MAC!NTYRE JOHNSON GIBSON LLOYD HINDMAN CARTER MITCHELL REILLY PFLUKE TRIPLETT DIXON Student ' s Directory Due to the already large and ever increasing size of the University, some sort of a directory of the faculty and students has become an absolute necessity. For a few years prior to 1908 P. L. Polk and Company published a book intended to meet this need, but it was never found to be entirely satisfactory. In 1908 Carl Smith and Carl Adams, ' 08, published the first Official Students ' Directory under the supervision of the University V. M. C. A. This first book was very similiar in form to the present one although the system of collecting the neces- sary information has been greatly changed and improved. The control of the book has also passed from the Y. M. C. A. to the Board in Control of Student Publications. It has been the earnest desire and endeavor of the present editors to build up a staff capable of effectively handling the publication of the Directory next fall, as so frequently in the past the staff has been almost entirely composed of new men. Three Hundred Xinety-tiglit ntt The Official Students ' Directory Published During November FREDERICK J. PFLUKE, ' 2lE Business Manager JOHN R. REILLY, ' ai Managing Editor ASSISTANT EDITORS PUTNAM C. LLOYD, ' 24.M . MARY BUCKBEE, ' 21 . JOHN A. STEWART, ' 21 . HARRY DIXON, ' 21 . LLOYD JOHNSON, ' 22E . BURTON E. DUNLOP, ' 23 .... LINCOLN J. CARTER, ' 23 . Inspection of Cards Organizations Editor Feature Editor . Telephone Lists Corrections Editor Compilation Editor . Office Manager EDITORIAL STAFF HOWARD S. TILTON, ' 22 SAMUEL M. SUTTER, ' 23E ROBERT D. GIBSON, ' 23 MARGARITE STONE, ' 22 MARGARET MAC!NTYRE, ' 23 J. B. VLACK, ' 23 E S. G. RABINOWITZ, ' 21 JOSEPHINE TRIPLETT, ' 21 MAUDE HINDMAN, Grad. ELEANOR FULLER, ' 21 HIRAM C. BOND, ' 22 HELEN MITCHELL, ' 22 ELIZABETH WYLIE, ' 21 ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER DAVID H. PRESTON, ' 23 CLIFFORD G. CURRIE, ' 23 E D. HARLAN, ' 22L BUSINESS STAFF H. C. CHAPEL, ' 22 Three Hundred Ninety-nine THE-MlCHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 The Athletic Program WILLIAM L. STADLER Business Manager and Managing Editor ALFRED E. QUIGLEE Assistant Business Manager BUSINESS STAFF CHARLES H. GESSNER LAWRENCE E. MACK HENRY D. STRICKER KARL J. MILLER EDITORIAL STAFF Louis GOTTLIEB PAUL WATZEL I. ALLAN GOLDSTEIN Four Hundred THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-l9 i 2 m THE HIGAN ISSUED M5 HLY B} pePr -J U LY ANJ SEF ALUMNI-ASSOCWCT10N-OF -THE ' UNIVE BY THE .MICHIGAN WILFRED B. SHAW, ' 04 . BESS L. AIcLouTH, ' 13 HARLEY L. SENSEMANN, ' u, A. M. ' 15 WALLACE F. ELLIOTT, ' 22 . . Editor Assistant Editor Necrology Athletics Four Hundred One THE -MICH IGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 VOL. XIX, NO. 3 JANUARY, 1921 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW CONTENTS THE SUSPENSION OF THE ABSOLUTE POWER " w S.Ru RSONAI, Ol " TJ) RALPH V. AIGLER Editor-in-Chitf ASSOCIATE EDITORS HENRY M. BATES E. C. GODDARD JOHN B. WAITE EDSON R. SUNDERLAND JOSEPH H. DRAKE STUDENT EDITORS HERMAN A. AUGUST ADELBERT G. BOUCHARD ALAN W. BOYD D. HALE BRAKE . CARL G. BRANDT . FREDERICK D. CARROLL GEORGE D. CLAPPERTON RALPH E. GAULT . PAUL W. GORDON JAMES I. MCCLINTOCK . LEWIS H. MATTERN WILLIAM O ' KEEFE FRANK C. PATTERSON . HAROLD M. SHAPERO HAROLD R. SMITH . WINTER N. SNOW JEAN PAUL THOMAN Michigan Wisconsin Indiana Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Illinois Colorado . Ohio Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Maine Michigan ) Four Hundred Two ORGANIZATIONS Four Hundred Three THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 I SI M e o c IB u (S3 s I 2 o 3 M a o -, Si s S M C M H a z o __ S H Hundred Four THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-192I Glee and Mandolin Clubs EMERY T. JONES X. W. BOURNE WM. B. WHEELER LLOYD KEMP LEONARD J. BROOKS OFFICERS GLEE CLUB FIRST TENORS BUTLER, C. E. FAILING, J. H. HASKINS, E. D. KEENA, KEMP McCoRMICK, C. C, PLANCK, G. E. STEVENS, E. M. WAGNER, H. P. WHITCOMB, H. G. SECOND TENORS BURNS, L. A. JOHNSON, J. E. MEILANDER, L. F. MICHLEMAN, O. C. NISSLY, A. F. SWENSON, N. H. TURNER, W.H. WALSER, H. O. VAN W ' OERKOM, D. POTTER, E. D. FIRST BASS BEATTY, P. f. BUOL, R. S. DAVIS, F. G. McCANDLISS, R. MILLS, C. L. NEWTON, D. PERKINS, E. F. ROSER, F. S. SCHIRMER, A. SCOFIELD, E. W. JONES, E. T. FRANK L. THOMAS G. O. TRUE MANDOLIN CLUB FIRST MANDOLIN CORNWELL, F. M. DuBois, R. H. HALL, H. A. NOWLEN, E. P. SCHLINDER, L. SHOUP, S. S. TRUE, G. O. SECOND MANDOLIN ADAMS, W. M. BAILEY, W. J. BOURNE, N. W. DlEKHOFF, R. F. FUTCH, C. H. HARRIS, L. A. MATCHETT, W. C. RANDALL, W. M. SMITH, R. D. THIRD MANDOLIN BOICE, J. E. BURGHER, J. C. MUSICAL CLUB COMMITTEES FREDERICK R. STORRER CLARK BOOTHBY .... GORDON GODLEY .... JACK HOLDEN .... W. R. HARRISON, Stage Manager Assistants FRANK CAMP C. N. HESS STUART STANDISH H. W. SPENCE, Master of Costumes Assistants S. BENJAMIN R. L. HAGAMEIR W. MOORE SQDNEY SARASOHN, Ch. of Ticket Committee Assistants E. LAMBRECHT MAX SCHRAYER R. C. SMITH FRANK TENNANT President Vice- President . Director Leader Accompanist SECOND BASS BELLES, H. E. BETTENS, W. G. DEWEY, T. E. HABERMAN, R. HOLMES, A. M. KEMP, W. L. McPiKE, F. H. REED, H. D. SMITH, R. D. UNDERWOOD, T. I. Director Leader FLUTE PRUCHA, H. V. CELLO Osius, E. VIOLIN BRONSON, B. H. MANDOLO JONES, E. T. General Chairman Assistant Assistant . Assistant FRANK LEE, Master of Properties Assistants JOHN BURGER ROBERT COOPER GUY WEDTHOFF KERSHAW HARMS, Master of Make-Up Assistants J. CRABBE R. I LAND C. KlNDEL L. STONEMAN EDWARD PRIEHS, Ch. of Program Com. Assistants R. G. BURCHELL V. H. HlLLERY A. J. PARKER R. C. STEARNES BURNS, L. A. BUTLER, W. B. GORDON, M. E. RAMSDELL, E. T. WOLFE, R. C. HARP GUITAR MOTLEY, F. E. PERRY, S. F. GUITAR HANSELMAN, W T . F. m HUGH W. HITCHCOCK, Chairman of Publicity and Advertising Assistants BYRON DARNTON THORNTON SARGENT RENAUD SHERWOOD Four Hundred Fke TH E- MICH IGANENSIAN-l 921 University of Michigan Band WILLIAM C. ELLET . PERRY MASON GEORGE W. COLLINS WILFRED WILSON F. B. THOMAS J R. A. CAMPBELL HAROLD P. LINDSAY SETH R. BIDWILL PICCOLOS D. M. TEAL, ? 2iD G. J. HlGGINS, 22E CLARINETS H. S. SHERMAN, ' 2iE G. W. COLLINS, Grad. C. E. ARCHER, ' 21 E E. L. OVERHOLT, Grad. R. A. COWLES, ' 22E L. STUTZ, ' 230 R. D. HORN, ' 22 E. H. BEERNICK, ! 2iM G. E. BACHMAN, " 23 E A. C. BEAM, ' 23 W. E. COMB, ' 23E W. O. KLINGMAN, ? F. E. JACOBS, ' 21 OBOE W " . H. SEELEY, 22E SAXOPHONES E. T. GRIFFIS, " 22 G. F. GREEN, ' 24M C. A. DEWITT, ' 23 H. P. McNAUGHTON, 2lE C. K. MADDEN, ' 230 I. D. LyMBY, 22E J. E. WILLIAMS, 7 22E OFFICERS CORNETS F. B. THOMAS, ' 22 N. K. DAVIS, ' 22L C. J. COLE, ' 23 W. P. LYONS, ' 22E G. N. HARRISON, ' 23 F.. M. BERRESFORD, ' 22 E. M. APPLE, ! 22L J. H. DOWNIE, ' 21 E H. W. JACK-MAN, ' 23E TRUMPETS B. F. ZINN, ' 23 N. C. ROEGNER, ' 23E B. WARMAN, ' 22 W. E. JACKSON, " 22 HORNS P. MASON, ' 21 J. F. SANDER, ' 23M G. E. KORTEN, ' 2lE W. C. ELLET, ' ziM A. F. HEYL, ! 23M C. E. PERRY, ' 23 W. M. BARTLETT, ' 23 F. C. CUTTING, ' 23 BARITONES I. B. FULLER, Grad. H. R. EVERY, ' 2iE A. A. HEALD, ' 23 DRUM MAJOR E. A. Osius, 2iM . President .. . . Libi arian . Assistant Librarian Director Student Leader Faculty Advisor Student Manager Assistant Student Manager TROMBONES N. V. EDDY, Grad. H.C. SEELEY, ' 2iF. J. D. MILLER, ' 23M ]. D. BROWN, 2iE C. C. RHODES, 2lE W. T. FERGUSON, ' 23E W. PAYNTER, 22E H. L. PACKER, ' 23 SIDE DRUMS K. P. JONES, 23M D. E. RHODES, ' 21 E. F. BACON, ! 22E F. M. BURNS, ! 2iA W. C. KRUGER, ' 23M BASSES E. A. WlSHROPP, 22M J. E. BACON, ' 24M A. D. ALLMANN, ' 23 W. ]. SCHANCK, ' 2lE A. T. WAGNER, ( 2iE BB FLAT BASS J. V. WANNAMAKER. ' 24 CYMBALS H. HERMAN, ' 21 LONG DRUM F. H. PEARCE, 22D Four Hundred Si.v THE-MICH1GANENSIAN-I921 RUSSELL BARNES Author EDWIN KRUEGER General Chairman Fifteenth Michigan Union Opera PRESENTED BY MIMES " TOP O ' TH MORNIN ' " CAST Peggy O ' Dare Marlowe Stevens Molly Albert F. Schirmer Mrs. Patience Mulvaney George Duffield Queen Lawrence W.Snell, Jr. Larry Donovan Kemp Keena Patrick O ' Dare . . Thomas E. Dewey Terrance Mulvaney Howard E. Ramsey Michael O ' Hara .... Herbert Wagner Stephan Finnegan W. Lloyd Berridge Miltiades Fitzgerald Hilliard Rosenthal Fiske O ' Mara .... Earl C. Kneale Prof. Boots .... Richard A. Forsyth Tilly, At the dance . . Earl Powers Lilly Philip Ringer Dennis, a dancer . . William Turner GIRLS CHORUS Sydney Moeller Robert W. Winslow Philip E. Ringer Harold G. Whitcomb John B. Hassberger Harold Lauver George R. Lynn J. R. Peterson Wm. Michaels John E. Cunningham Earl Powers J. Lorenzo Walter Tom Miller Buckley C. Robbins Neil Crane George A. Schemm SHOW GIRLS Irving Goldsmith Edmund H. Fox Gordon Loud Frank Camp, Jr. Irwin T. Sanborn Lawrence W. Snell, John C. Frost, Jr. Jack P. Beckton MALE CHORUS Navarre Marentay Gage E. Clarke Bertrand H. Bronson Reginald J. Jeavons Wm. Turner Jr. Leonard Lewy L. Perkins Bull Robert Angell Edgar D. Flinterman Carl M. Berry Benjamin Groves Ralph H. Ward Donald A. Mclntyre John M. Burge C. Lee Mills Kenneth Anderson Four Hundred Seaen THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 I I GIRLS CHORUS n I PEGGY O ' DARE MARLOWE STEVENS THE QUEEN MRS. PATIENCE MULVANEY LAWRENCE W. SNELL, JR. GEORGE DUFFIELD Four Hundred eight THE-MICH1GANENS1AN-I921 THE " FouR MICKS " QUARTETTE w m MILTIADES FITZGERALD MILLIARD E. ROSENTHAL A CHORUS BEAUTY JOHN C. FROST LARRY DONOVAN KEMP KEENA Four Hundred Nine THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 IVES SUTTON WINTERS RINDGE CAMPBELL STAHL SPENCE GALLOGLY HANSELMAN WEDTHOFF KIELING BURCHELL HUNTER GOEBEL COVELL McLouTH STEDMAN PIATT ADAMS McPHAIL SCHIRMER SMITH K.RUEGER K.ERR HARMS LoNGENECKER STONEMAN HILLERY Michigan Union Opera Committees EDWIN A. KRUEGER, ' 2iE ROBERT KERR, 7 22L Assistants STUART B. SMITH, ' 22E General Chairman ALBERT A. SCHIRMER, ! 22E FRANCIS L. McPHAiL, ' 21 . STEWART T. BEACH, ' 22 A. R. BAILEY, ' 22 PIERCE McLouTH, ' 21 . JOHN M. WINTERS, JR., ' 2 JOYCE M. STEDMAN, ' 22 DURBAN A. LONGENECKER, ' 2iE Assistants Assistants Stage Manager OTTO E. KIELING, " 23 ARNOLD A. PIATT, ' 23 Chairman of Property Committee EDWARD T. IVES, JR., ' 22 ROBERT T. ADAMS, JR., ' 23 WILLIAM W. PEATTIE, 2iE . DONALD W. HUNTER, ' 2iE MARK B. COVELL, 2iE SYDNEY SARASOHN, ' 22 VERNON F. HILLERY, ' 23 KERSHAW HARMS, ' 21 E . WEST H. GALLOGLY, ' 22 JOHN R. SUTTON, JR., ' 23 CHESSER M. CAMPBELL, ' 21 BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL, ' 22 Assistant WILLIAM K. RINDGE, Electrician ' 22E Assistants PAUL G. GOEBEL, Assistants Assistants Assistants MARION B. STAHL, ' 23 . Chairman of Costume Committee H. WIBERT SPENCE, ' 22 Chairman of Program Committee RICHARD G. BURCHELL, ' 23 A. PARKER, ' 23 Chairman of Make-Up Committee LEWIS H. STONEMAN, ' 23 GUY G. WEDTHOFF, ' 23 Chairman of Publicity Committee WENDELL F. HANSELMAN, ' 23 Four Hundred Ten THE-MICH1GANENS AN-1921 PEATTIE BREWER SHERMAN NERTNEY CAMPBELL RHODES SANBORN MIRRIELEES SCHIRMER RODERICK LAUVER KRUEGER STEVENS SHUTER GRINDLEY STORRER EATON Mimes of the University of Michigan Union ROBERT F. GRINDLEY FREDERICK R. STORRER E. MARLOWE STEVENS OFFICERS RUSSELL C. BARNES F. CORTEZ BELL HARRY P. BENNETT FITZHUGH L. BREWER CHESSER M. CAMPBELL GEORGE DUFFIELD PAUL W. EATON RALPH E. GAULT MURRAY F. GARDNER ROBERT F. GRINDLEY THOMAS A. HART HAROLD HERMAN MERLE W. KANN KEMP KEENA EDWIN A. KRUEGER President Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer ACTIVE MEMBERS WILLIAM KRUGER HAROLD J. LAUVER ARCHIE McDoNALD ROBERT E. McKEAN CARL H. MASON D. KNIGHT MIRRIELEES EDWARD F. MOORE PATRICK S. NERTNEY WILLIAM H. PEATTIE HUGO V. PRUCHA PAUL T. QUARRY JOHN R. REILLY CECIL C. RHODES GEORGE H. RODERICK GEORGE E. ROGERS GILBERT P. SCHAFER IRWIN T. SANBORX FREDERICK R. STORRER E. MARLOWE STEVENS ALBERT F. SCHIRMER STUART B. SMITH LOUIS J. SCHINDLER HERMAN S. SHERMAN E. MORTIMER SHUTER WILLIAM H. TURNER THOMAS I. UNDERWOOD PAUL B. WILSON JOHN S. WILSON- JAMES E. WHITE HENRY WHITING HOWARD WEEKS MEMBERS IN FACULTY HENRI T. A. DE L. Hus WILLIAM C. TITCOMB Louis STRAUSS FREDERICK N. SCOTT ALBERT A. STANLEY WILLIAM A. PRAYER JOHN R. BRUMM Four Hundred Eleven THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I9 21 FORSYTH LAURIE WALLACE MAIRE SMITH KEMP SHERMAN COMFORT CAMPBELL KHUEN YOUNG AVERY JACOBS THORP NAPIER SMITH FAIRCHILD HAYDE.V " ICKERY Comedy Club ALBERT C. JACOBS JOSEPH AVERY . CARRIE SMITH . FRANK ANDREWS CARRIE FAIRCHILD FRANK ANDREWS JOSEPH AVERY FRANK BUECHNER W. P. CAMPBELL JOHN CAREY ALICE COMFORT ELWYN DAIRES PAUL EATON CARRIE FAIRCHILD RICHARD FORSYTH CAMILLA HAYDEN ALBERT C. JACOBS ISABEL KEMP OFFICERS MEMBERS President . Manager } ' ice-President Treasurer Secretary RICHARD KHUEN, III WILFRED LAURIE FRANCES MAIRE CAROLINE NAPIER RUSSEL PERSING MILDRED SHERMAN CARRIE SMITH CLEMENT SMITH DONALD THORP ELI?ABETH VICKERY JEAN WALLACE EVERARD WELTON A. A. YOUNG Four Hundred T ' j;eke THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 2] H. TUBBS MCCARTHY R. TUBES BARRETT WRIGHT CURTZE NICHOLS RAYSON MADISON SIMONS CARSON STOKES OTTAWAY COOK WERDELMANN BLOUGH CONNER MATTHEWS TAVARES SNYDER WIRES COMFORT DUNN REESE WIER KERN RHODES R. S. TUBBS RIDEOUT HUNT MicNAB BARRETT The Scroll THE CLASSICAL CLUB OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN In order to make for a greater unification of its aims and to emphasize the dramatic side of its organization more than had been possible before, a revision of the constitution of the University of Michigan Classical Club was drawn up in the fall of 1920, and made the governing document of the organization. As a part of this revision, the constitution now provides for two councils, one dramatic, concerning the writing and presentation of plays, the other a group of those who look forward to teaching the Classics upon graduation. As a result of the changes which the year has brought about, it is hoped that The Scroll may make a noteworthy contribution to the dramatic activities of the Campus, and help in many ways the teachers of the state, since through service alone is such an organization justified in its existence. Four Hundred Thirteen THE- MICH IGANENS1AN I J BACON MATTHEWS LAIDLAW OSMUN HIMELSTEIN GRISIER FRIEDMAN J. C. BROWN GROSVENOR WILLIAMS McCLOY HIGGINS BERESFORD COLE PERRY H. C. SEELEY W. H. SEELEY THOMAS PEIRCE WRUBLE PILKINGTON COMIN LYONS SHERMAN E. V. MOORE C. C. RHODES HERMAN W. MOORE Michigan Union Orchestra EARL V. MOORE HERMAN S. SHERMAN Conductor Manager FIRST VIOLINS CECIL C. RHODES, ' 2iE MORRIS C. LUSKIN, ' 21 HAROLD HERMAN, ' 21 DANIEL H. SINCLAIR, ' 22 SAMUEL HIMELSTEIN, ' 22 LEO R. MATTHEWS, ' 23E BYRON E. LAIDLAW, ' 23E HARRY M. FRIEDMAN, 22D SECOND VIOLINS WALTER MOORE, ' 22E CHARLES GITLIN, ? 2jM JAMES C. BROWN, ' 23 WILLIAM R. MCCLOY, ' 22 MILTON WRUBLE, ' 2iE HERBERT L. GROSVENOR, ' 23 VIOLAS JAMES E. COMIN, ' 21 DONALD K. GRISIER, ' 23 CELLO CARLETON B. PEIRCE, ' 24M BASS JOHN H. PILKINGTON, " 2iE FLUTES DOUGLAS M. TEAL, ! 2iD GEORGE F. HIGGINS, ' 22E HOWARD M. OSMUN, ' 23 E CLARINETS HERMAN S. SHERMAN, ! 2iE RUSSELL A. COWLES, ' 22E SAXOPHONE JOSEPH E. WILLIAMS, ' 22E HORNS WILSON P. LYONS, ? 22E FRANK C. CUTTING, ' 23E C. EUGENE PERRY, ' 23 TRUMPETS FRANCIS B. THOMAS, ' 22 CHARLES J. COLE, ' 23 EDWIN M. BERESFORD, ' 22 TROMBONES HAROLD C. SEELEY, ' 2iE JOHN D. BROWN, ' 2iE PERCUSSION ELBRIDGE F. BACON, ' 22E TIMPANI DONALD E. RHODES, ' 21 PIANO DANIEL J. VOLLMER, ' 21 OBOE WILLIAM H. SEELEY, ! 22E Four Hundred Fourteen ORATORY Four Hundred Fifteen THE -MICHIGAN ENS AN -I 9 ' 2 I RAMSDELL BRANDT GALT HINDES IMMEL BOXELL YOUNCJOHN TRUEBLOOD SMITH HOLLISTER MESSINGER CONN ELL CHAMPION SPIDAL WATTS The Oratorical Association OFFICERS C. M. YOUNGJOHN ....... EARL MILES ........ V. H. MESSINGER . ... ' .. OLIVE X. SMITH ....... EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE C. M. YOUNGJOHN, Chairman EARL MILES W. H. MESSINGER PROF. R. D. HOLLISTER ORATORICAL BOARD OFFICERS C. M. YOUNGJOHN,, President EARL MILES, Vice-President W. H. MESSINGER, Treasurer OLIVE N. SMITH, Secretary FACULTY PROF. T. C. TRUEBLOOD PROF. R. D. HOLLISTER PROF. R. K. IMMEL WADE CONNELL . MARTHA C. SHEPARD J. W. HINDES . President J ice-President Treasurer Secretary CARL G. BRANDT OLIVE N. SMITH EARL F. BOXELL MARTHA C. SHEPARD DELEGATES- AT-LARGE EARL F. BOXELL CARL G. BRANDT LELAND L. GALT EDWARD T. RAMSDELL DONALD SCOTT W. D. SPIDAL DAVID A. WATTS HAROLD H. WARNER O. W. RUSH DELEGATES FROM SOCIETIES Alpha Nu . Athena Adelphi Four Hundred Sixteen THE-MICHIG, SCOTT RARIDEN BROWN Central Debating League Universities of Chicago, Northwestern and Michigan. Question:, ' Resolved that a parliamentary form of government should be adopted by the United States " . NORTHWESTERN vs. MICHIGAN Held at Michigan. MICHIGAN AFFIRMATIVE TEAM PRESTON H. SCOTT LAKE E. RARIDEN OSCAR A. BROWN CHICAGO vs. MICHIGAN Held at Chicago. MICHIGAN NEGATIVE TEAM LEON GRUBAUGH BYRON FIELD WILLIAM H. FRANKHAUSER GRUBAUGH FIELD FRANKHAUSER Four Hundred Seventeen GANENSIAN-I921 RlTTER BOXELL STEINBERG Mid -West Debating League Universities of Illinois, Wisconsin, and Michigan. Question: " Resolved that the Government of the United States should at once officially recognize the Soviet Government of Russia. " WISCONSIN VS. MICHIGAN Held at Michigan. MICHIGAN AFFIRMATIVE TEAM R. B. RITTER E. F. BOXELL D. STEINBERG R. M. JOHNSON ILLINOIS VS. MICHIGAN Held at Illinois MICHIGAN NEGATIVE TEAM J. A. BACON E. RAMSDELL JOHNSON BACON RAMSDELL Four Hundred Eighteen THE-MICHIG, SCOTT GRUBAUGH HINDES BROWN BUCHAN Adelphi House of Representatives Speaker Clerk . Asst. Clerk and Treas. Oratorical Delegate Sergeant at Arms . OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER LEON E. GRUBAUGH N. R. BUCHAN P. H. SCOTT J. W. HINDES O. A. BROWN SECOND SEMESTER A. G. LEONARD O. W. RUSH N. R. BUCHAN O. A. BROWN W. A. HOCKING 1 BILLS COMMITTEE FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER DONALD SCOTT, Chairman O. A. BROWN, Chairman O. A. BROWN L. L. FENWICK P. H. SCOTT R. L. ALEXANDER S. SCHULMAN MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE P. H. SCOTT, Chairman O. W. RUSH, Chairman J. W. HINDES W. A. HOCKING O. W. RUSH F. J. RYAN DONALD SCOTT D. C. SHELTON N. R. BUCHAN D. J. ROXBURGH DEBATE COMMITTEE J. W. HINDES, Chairman P. H. SCOTT, Chairman S. SHETZER L. E. GRUBAUGH H. E. HAYS R. A. HICKS FINES COMMITTEE P. H. SCOTT N. R. BUCHAN O. W. RUSH D. O. COOK FURNISHINGS COMMITTEE S. R. ROSENTHAL J. J. GOULD M. H. STEINBERG M. H. STEINBERG J. B. GLASGOW Four Hundred Nineteen THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-IQIl W APPLE WALLACE SEELYE EARL F. BOXELL EDWARD M. APPLE GLENN O. WALLACE . WILBUR M. SEELYE WADE P. CONNELL ROLAND ALLABEEN WILLIAM F. ANGELL EDWARD M. APPLE CHARLES D. BANKS HAROLD E. BARNES WALTER M. BARTLETT PARLEY C. BINGHAM GUSTAV H. BOBERTZ ARCHIE L. BOGUE EARL F. BOXELL CARL G. BRANDT JESSE K. BRUMBAUGH WEBB R. CLARK JOHN P. COMSTOCK, JR. W T ADE P. CONNELL THOMAS J. DONAHUE J. KYUANG DUNN BYRON FIELD RICHARD P. FLECKENSTEIN CONALD B. FREDERICK MILTON A. GOETZ RALPH D. HARPER Four Hundred Twenty BOXELL Alpha Nu Founded 1843 OFFICERS CONNELL ROLL STANLEY S. HAWKES KEITH W. HEISS JOSEPH C. HOOPER HELIM HULBERT JACK W. KELLY PHILLIP H. KELLY J. W. KELLOGG JAMES P. KERR ALBERT C. JACOBS FRANK LAMBERSON ALFRED E. LINDBLOOM GEORGE M. LOTT JAMES H. MARTIN WILLIAM H. MESSINGER MAURICE M. MOULE EARL NICHOLSON JACK H. PAGE DAVID J. M. PARK ALFRED J. PARKER FRANCISCO PENBERTHY JAMES K. POLLOCK EDWARD C. PROPHET President Vice President . Secretary Treasurer Oratorical Delegate WALTER REA EDWARD T. RAMSDELL ROBERT B. RITTER W. KENNETH ROBERTSON MORRIS C. ROBINSON WILBUR M. SEELYE GEORGE SELETTO LEO A. SCHMIDT CLARENCE L. SMITH JOHN A. SPAEDER WILBUR D. SPIDAL A. SUMNER TERRY THOMAS I. UNDERWOOD EGBERT H. WALKER GLENN O. WALLACE DAVID A. WATTS GEO RGE N. WELSH KIRK S. WHITE DONALD E. WILLIAMS LEWIS R. WILLIAMS WILLIAM A. WISE CRIS M. YOUNGJOHN Four Hundred Twenty-one Sigma Xi NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR ORIGINAL SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION AND RESEARCH ORK MICHIGAN CHAPTER, Established June 4, 1903 JOHN C. PARKER ....... A. FRANKLIN SHULL . . . . A. J. DECKER PETER OKKELBERG ....... . H. WILLIAMS, H. H. BARTLETT, U. J. WILE Members Elected June 3, 1920 President Vice President Treasurer Secre ' ary Councillors FACULTY ROCKWELL M. KEMPTON, Instructor in Pediatrics CHARLES FERDINAND MEYER, Instructor in Physics WILLIAM WARNER SLEATOR, Asst. Professor in Physics FRANZ PERRINE ZIMMERLI, Instructor in Chemical Engineering ALUMNUS JOSEPH BEAL STEERE, Professor of Zoology and Curator of the Museum of the University of Michigan, 1879-1891 GRADUATE BETHEL J. BABBITT (Physics) HARRY J. BAKER (Exp. Psychology) FREDERICK F. BLICKE (Org. Chem.) LEE BONAR (Botany) JOHN D. BOND (Mathematics) CLIFFORD C. BUCKLER (Org. Chem.) DWIGHT C. CARPENTER (Chemistry) FRANCIS H. CASE (Chemistry) EDNA I. GORDON (Psychology) MARTHA GUERNSEY (Psychology) CAMPBELL HARVEY (Medicine) JOHN HEMENWAY (Physics) RICHARD F. KEELER (Chemistry) THOMAS J. LEBLANC (Bacteriology) WILLIAM J. McGiLL (Pharmacy) TANZO YOSHINAGA ANAH L. B. McQuiNN (Zoology) MARY L. MORSE (Chemistry) JOHN P. PARSONS (Medicine) WALTER H. PIELMEIER (Physics) LEWIS S. RAMSDELL (Mineralogy) RICHARD A. ROSSITER (Astronomy) MAURITS W. SENSTIUS (Geology) ERNEST B. SKAGGS (Psychology) CHESTER B. SLAWSON (Mineralogy) HAROLD R. SNOW (Org. Chemistry) AVERY B. SOULE (Chemistry) Louis D. STERN (Bacteriology) MANUEL D. SUMULOXG (Anatomy) PAUL A. WARREN (Botany) ELLIOTT A. WHITE (Psychology) (Anatomy) UNDERGRADUATE GORDON R. ANDERSON (Elec. Eng.) LEE O. CASE (Chem. Ene.) JAMES M. DARBAKER (Mech. Eng.) ROBERTA E. DEAM (Botany) ERWIN E. DREESE (Elec. Eng.) JOHN E. GOODWII.LIE (Mech. Eng.) WALTER R. HICKLER (Chem. Eng.) DALE W. KAUFMAN (Mineralogy) RAYMOND J. MCLHANNON (Elec. Eng.) CARL R. YMAN (Mech. Eng.) FRANCIS I. SHEAHAN (Mech. Eng.) MELVILLE B. STOUT (Elec. Eng.) HAROLD R. SWIFT (Astronomy) EDWARD S. WELLOCK (Mech. Eng.) Four Hundred Twenty-two I IBS! ft 1 1 1 1 GRIDLEY KERBEY HOLMES ALEXANDER TRAYLOR COVELL SHERMAN RODERICK CASE KORTEN LEWIS WETZEL MILLER VAN HORN STEINBAUGH GARDINER E. R.JOHNSON KENNEDY E. F. MOORE PILKINGTON MARSHALL GOLL DILLON T. C. ANDERSON G. R. ANDERSON FERRIS GAINES A. D. MOORE PORTER GRINDLEY C. N. JOHNSTON FROST GUSTAFSON GOOD Tau Beta Pi NATIONAL HONORARY ENGINEERING FRATERNITY MICHIGAN GAMMA CHAPTER, Established in 1906 HONORARY MEMBERS E. D. CAMPBELL E. LORCH C. J. TILDEN M. E. COOLEY G. W. PATTERSON G. S. WILLIAMS G. W. GOETHALS H. E. RIGGS A. W. WHITE W. C. HOAD H. C. SADLER A. ZIWET H. C. ANDERSON B. F. BAILEY, ' 98 J. A. BURSLEY, ' 99 J. H. CANNON, Ind. Alpha. A. J. DECKER, Mich. Alpha J. E. EMSWEILER H. J. GOULDING, ' 93 L. M. GRAM, ' 01 H. H. HIGBIE, N. Y. Alpha, W. J. HUSSEY, ' 89 C. T. JOHNSTON, ' 95 H. W. KING, ' 95 A. H. LOVELL, ' 09 R. B. ALEXANDER G. R. ANDERSON T. C. ANDERSON L. C. CASE M. B. COVELL R. P. DILLON L. K. FERRIS L. E. FROST J. H. GARDNER RESIDENT ALUMNI MEMBERS J. C. PARKER, ' 01 C. UPTHEGROVE, ' 14 A. H. WHITE, ' 04 G. L. ALT, Kan. Alpha. H. BOUCHARD, ' n H. T. CORSON, ' 19 W. F. DAVIDSON, ' 13 E. E. DREESE, ' 20 H. W. DOUGLAS, ' 90 W. R. DRURY, ' 13 R. W. ELLIOTT, ' 18 C. W. GOOD, ' 17 R. S. HAWLEY, Col. Alpha. ACTIVE MEMBERS H. K R. K M. F GEO. T.J. C. R. C. T. M. J. L. C. J- C. E. B. C. S. L. A. GAINES M. E. GOLL W. H. GRIDLEY R. F. GRINDLEY T. R. GUSTAFSON A. M. HOLMES E. R. JOHNSON C. N. JOHNSTON J. W. KENNEDY E. KERBEY G. E. KORTEN D. A. LEWIS R. B. MARSHALL C. J. WETZEL G. H. RODERICK E. F. MOORE . HOLLAND, ' 08 HOLLAND, ' 08 . JOHNSON, Mich Alpha LEWIS, ' 08 MITCHELL, ' 12 NYMAN, ' 20 OLMSTEAD, Ohio Alpha ORBECK, Min. Alpha POPE, N. Y. Gamma. PALMER, 111. Alpha. SCHULTZ, ' 20 SCHOEPFLE, ' 14 J. M. MILLER J. H. PILKINGTON S. D. PORTER E. F. POTTER A. D. MOORE H. S. SHERMAN V. B. STIENBAUGH S. W. TRAYLOR L. VANHORN Engineering students who have maintained a rank in scholarship in the first eighth of their class up to the second semester of their Junior year or in the first quarter of their class up to the first semester of their Senior year and who may be thought worthy by reason of their personality and good-fellowship may be elected to membership by the active chapter. Four Hundred Twenty-three THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 Alpha Omega Alpha HONORARY MEDICAL FRATERNITY CHAPTER ROLL UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA HARVARD UNIVERSITY SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY INDIANA UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN CORNELL UNIVERSITY McGiLL UNIVERSITY TULANE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI VICTOR CLARENCE VAUGHN G. CARL HUBER CHARLES WALTER EDMUNDS JAMES G. VAN-ZWALUWENBURG ALBERT M. BARRETT CARL YERNON WELLER ALBERT G. FURSTENBURG FREDERICK G. Now ALDRED SCOTT WARTHIN HUGH CABOT FREDERICK A. COLLER JOHN ALEXANDER WAYNE JOHNSON FRANK N. WILSON RALPH E. BOICE NORMAN F. MILLER FACULTY SECTION R. BISHOP CANFIELD UDO J. WILE Louis H. NEWBURGH JOHN W. SHERRICK JOHN T. CONNELL CARL W. EBERBACH LYLE B. KINGERY MERRIT D. HAAG THEODORE L. SQUIER HARTHER L. KEIM ROLAND S. CRON AUGUSTUS KIRCHNER HAROLD G. WALLER CHARLES N. WELLER LYNN HOAG ROY GREENTHAL UNDERGRADUATE SECTION CARLETON J. MARINUS LYLE C. BACON JOHN F. GIPNER ROBERT E. BARNEY FRANK L. SNYDER BRUCE A. HARRIS MAGARET R. REYNOLDS SAMUEL W. BECKER WILLIAM M. GERMAN The undergraduate section is a self perpetuating body, elections being held at the end of the second semester of the Junior Year, at which times one half of the members are elected, the remainder being elected during the first semester of the Senior Year. Elections are made from lists approved by the Faculty Section. Scholarship is held to be the most important qualification, although individuality, originality, and moral character are also considered. Four Hundred Twenty-jour THE -MICHICANENSIAN- 1921 MC IULLEN KENNEDY PHILLIP FINK B.A. SOULE M. A. SOULE BRITTON MC LL E.R.JOHNSON H. A. JOHNSON ANDERSON GENIESSE CARR GLADHI WHITCOMB MILLER YANHORN SHERMAN SMITH CASE SCOTT DILLON BAKER Phi Lambda Upsilon DELTA CHAPTER HONORARY CHEMICAL SOCIETY S. L. BlGELOW A. B. STEVENS HONORARY MEMBERS E. D. CAMPBELL VV. D. BANCROFT (Cornel!) JULIUS STIEGLITZ ASSOCIATE AND RESIDENT ALUMNI R. K. MC.UPINE C. C. MELOCHE D. M. LICHTY J. H. HODGES VV. G. SM EATON H. N. COLE A. L. FERGUSON R. J. CARNEY C. C. GLOVER C. C. BUCKLER W. F. CAKE K. HARNES F. W. SULLIVAN H. R. SNOW F. F. BLICKE D. C. CARPENTER O. W. McMuLLEN J. W. KENNEDY T. A. PHILLIP WM. L. FINK B. A. SOULE M. A. SOULE J. W. BRITTON W. MC LL A. F.. WHITE A. H. WHITE W. L. BADGER E. H. LESLIE H. N. WILLARD C. S. SCHOEPFLE C. UPTHEGROVE W. P. WOOD F. F. BARTELL ACTIVE CHAPTER H. A. JOHNSON E. R. JOHNSON L. C. ANDERSON J. C. GENIESSE A. R. CARR H. E. GLADHILL H. G. WHITCOMB J. M. MILLER L. VANHORN H. S. SHERMAN G. F. SMITH S. 0. CASE E. O. SCOTT R. P. DILLON E. M. BAKER Four Hundred Twenty-five BREAK BROWN POLLOCK BRANDT HlNDES PROF. TRUEBLOOD Yoi ' NGJOHN CROSSLEY AUGUST WATTS Delta Sigma Rho INTERCOLLEGIATE HONORARY DEBATING FRATERNITY ALPHA CHAPTER FRATRES IN FACULTATE PROF. THOMAS R. TRUEBLOOD, Pn.D. Founder PRES. MARION L. BURTON, PH.D., L.L.D. PROF. I. LEO SHARFMAN, A.B., L.L.B. PROF. CLARE E. GRIFFIN, PH.D. PROF. E. D. DICKINSON, PH.D., J.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CARL G. BRANDT, A.B., ' 2iL ROBERT F. MATTHEWS, L.L.B., ' zcL HERMAN A. AUGUST, A.B. ' iiL GEORGE A. BROWN, A.B. 2iL DAVID WATTS, ' 21 H. D. BRAKE, A.B. ' 22L V. E. CROSSLEY, A.B. ' 2iL JAMES K. POLLOCK, A.B. OSCAR BROWN, ' 21 C. M. VOI ' NGJOHN, ' 21, 23L Four Hundred Ttventv-iix SWIFT WARNER WATTS WAGENER YOUNG TRAUT Aristolochite Society L. R. WAGENER E. C. WATTS . E. J. TRAUT . B. W. SWIFT OFFICERS BLACKMER VAHLTEICH Prtsident I ' ice President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS IX FACULTY PROF. E. H. KRAUS PROF. C. C. GLOVER PROF. C. E. STOCKING MR. W. J. McGiLL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY J. B. YOUNG R. WARNER T. W. BLACKMER H. VAHLTEICH E. J. TRAUT L. R. WAGENER B. W. SWIFT E. C. WATTS Four Hundred Twenty-seven THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 -Jit LORCH LOUIS J1. BOiWON JJ. ALBERT BOUSSEAU AUBREY TTALDf ALUMNI FACULTY 1BERS E5 BLA1NE NEWMA,, - I CONKEY ILAN O. WH1TTEMORZ :LJEMEIE:R, ITY OF MICHIGAN JOSEPH CGODDfYA _ EMILG.Jt1LE - I LESTEfiAABCI KAKL W. FCRAW2 + 4 ALABENCE :v .. JOHN f. OMPPI A-pMi JULIET A.Pf DDU . Jl BOBfRT rLAJMSWMI HAROLD A. BE JOHNH.PAGL - UNIVE four Hundred Twenty-eight THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 Phi Sigma J. VAN OOSTEN R. C. HUSSEY . Dow VAWTER BAXTER M. H. HATCH PROF. E. C. CASE PROF. M. M. PEET PROF. H. H. BARTLETT PROF. O. M. COPE DR. R. S. CRON PROF. B. M. DAVIS DR. L. R. DICE PROF. J. H. EHLERS MR. F. M. GAIGE DR. G. P. GRABF IELD MR. F. C. GUSTAFSON OFFICERS HONORARY MEMBERS President Vice President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary PROF. R. W. SELLARS PROF. R. M. WENLEY FACULTY MEMBERS PROF. L. J. YOUNG DR. L. V. HEILBRUNN MR. C. L. HUBBS MR. C. LARUE PROF. G. R. LARUE PROF. E. E. NELSON PROF. L. H. NEWBURGH PROF. P. O. OKKELBERG DR. J. F. SHEPARD PROF. U. J. WILE RESIDENT ALUMNI MEMBERS DR. F. N. BLANCHARD DR. J. T. CONNELL MR. E. A. GALLUP DR. O. E. MADISON F.P. ALLEN S. D. ANDERSON JOHN BARNES D. V. BAXTER S. W. BECKER LEE BONAR W. K. BOWEN W. E. BROTHERTON W. E. CAKE F. R. CLARK G. COLLINS B. F. COTNER C. W. CREASER L. 1. GARIEPY MR. W. J. McGiLL DR. T. L. ZQUIER DR. A. C. STARRY DR. E. W. SINK ACTIVE MEMBERS W. M. GERMAN M. H. HATCH J. W. HELFRICH L. J. HERMANN C. P. HICKMAN L. HoADLEY L. E. HOLLEY E. E. HUBER R. C. HUSSEY A. KlRCHNER J. E. LUDWIG L. C. LUDLUM H. M. LUMSDEN L. H. McK E. B. McKlNLEY C. J. MARINUS J. H. MuYSKENS A. I. ORTENBERGER C. E. SANDOW H. B. SHERMAN W. SIMPSON H. L. SMITH H. SMITH J. B. STONE F. L. TOBEY W. R. ToRGF.RSON J. VAN OOSTEN P. A. WARREN L. E. WEHMEYF.R Four Hundred Twenty-nine B. CAMPBELL HITCHCOCK R. ANGELL ATKINSON BERNSTEIN GUSTAFSON PRIEHS W. ANGELL GAINES BAXTER COVELL C. CAMPBELL Pi Delta Epsilon HONORARY FRATERNITY IN JOURNALISM FRATRES IN FACULTATE PROF. MORRIS P. TILLEY, PH.D. PROF. J. RALEIGH NELSON, A. M. PROF. EDSON R. SUNDERLAND, LL.B. A.M. HARLAND H. JOHNSON FRATRES IN URBE QUIN R. RYAN PHILLIP C. PACK FRATRES IX UNIVERSITATE JAMES I. MCCLINTOCK ROBERT C. ANGELL WILLIAM F. ANGELL C. STEWART BAXTER CHESSER M. CAMPBELL MARK B. COVELL, JR. THEODORE R. GUSTAFSON ROBERT L. DRAKE BOYD H. LOGAN FRED M. THOMPSON LEGRAND M. GAINES, JR. THOMAS H. ADAMS C. MAURICE ATKINSON JOSEPH A. BERNSTEIN BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL HUGH VV. HITCHCOCK EDWARD R. PRIEHS, JR. ROBERT D. SAGE THORNTON W. SARGENT RENAUD SHERWOOD JOHN E. McMxNia Four Hundred Thirty THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 The Order of the Coif IN THE LAW SCHOOL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SENIOR LAW HONORARY SOCIETY W. N. SNOW J. P. THOMAN H. A. AUGUST A. G. BOUCHARD LESTER E. WATERBURY JAMES I. MCCLINTOCK LEWIS H. MATTERN ALAN W. BOYD HAROLD R. SMITH Four Hundred Thirty-one THE -MICHIGANENS1AN- 1921 DR. COPE NICHOLSON SMITH GLASGOW YEO DR. IDEN CHASE DEGRACIA OGDON WATSON TAYLOR REV. P. F. ARTHUR MERLE W. GLASGOW WILLIAM D. OGDON . ARTHUR B. NICHOLSON WILLIAM D. CHASE Chi Epsilon President J ' ice President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS MAURICE W. TAYLOR WILLIAM D. CHASE WILLIAM D. OGDON ARTHUR B. NICHOLSON WILLIAM L. YEO GEORGE M. FOSTER HOWARD J. WATSON GRANT H. SMITH O. M. COPE THOMAS M. IDEN CATALINO DEGRACIA P. F. ARTHUR MERLE W. GLASGOW LEWIS R. WILLIAMS Four Hundred Thirty-two THE MICH IGANENS AN -19-21 Four Hundred Thirty-three E MICH IGANENSIAN- 1921 EflT- RVILPLR-BflTE.5 CHIEF C7 hLflP-ThlNK-U NLE BULL-FRUC-PLRRIN I " our Hundred Thirty-four i THE-MICHIG. 1 MEESE WILSON JOHNSTON FISCHER STEVENS MARSHALL STRATTON HARRISON YAN VAGONER MERRILEES WETZEL RODERICK WHEELER GUSTAFSON KREUGER GRINDLEY BENNETT LONGENECKER SHIRK STORRER McGowAN C. G. WETZEL . B. D. WHEELER . K. D. MERRILEES G. H. RODERICK Vulcans OFFICERS MEMBERS R. F. GRINDLEY E. A. KRUEGER T. R. GUSTAFSON W. R. MEESE B. D. WHEELER C. G. WET EL M. D. VANWAGONER G. H. RODERICK K. D. MERRILEES C. N. JOHNSTON D. A. LONGENECKER R. B. MARSHALL W. R. HARRISON D. B. STRATTON B. H. SHIRK R. O. FISCHER A. C. BENNETT M. E. STEVENS F. R. STORRER M. E. McGowAN C. O. WILSON President Vice President Secretary . Treasurer Four Hundred Thirty-fine THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 DRAKE GILMORE ARMSTRONG ANGELL GENEBACH DUFFIELD MVRCHISON McLoUTH IxcllAM JACOBS MC.MANIS PETTY UNDERWOOD PORTER Druids I HONORARY DRUIDS JOHN R. EFFINGER MORRIS P. TILLEY ARTHUR L. CROSS DERRILL PRATT THE ORDER OF 1921 ROBERT ANGELL ERNEST ARMSTRONG ROBERT DRAKE GEORGE DUFFIELD LOWELL GENEBACH GEORGE GILMORE WILLIAM INGHAM ALBERT JACOBS PIERCE McLouTH JOHN MC !ANIS CHARLES MURCHISON FRED PETTY DONALD PORTER THOMAS UNDERWOOD HOWARD WEEKS Four Hundred Thirty-six THE-MICHIGAN CoHN RICHARDS ZIEGLER LEWIS RUDESILL TONKIN RUDINE LORING BOYD HALL DOYLE MATTHEWS CLAPPERTON BLAKESLEE BOUCHARD CONKLIN WOLFE Barristers BARRISTERS OF THE FACULTY HENRY M. BATES JOSEPH H. DRAKE EVANS HOLBROOK EDSON SUNDERLAND GROVER C. GRISMORE BARRISTERS IN THE UNIVERSITY T. B. DOYLE W. O. R. JOHNSON RAY LEWIS HOWARD DONNELLY WILLIS BLAKESLEE W. C. HALL R. W. MATTHEWS ALLAN BOYD A. E. ZIGLER TURNER RUDESILL LEE JOSLYN W. ROSCOE TONKIN G. D. CLAPPERTON GEO. BOUCHARD G. B. WOLFE B. B. LORING A. J. COHN E. J. RICHARDS M. B. CONKLIN ERNEST ZIEGLER Four Hundred Thirty-seven THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-IQSl DODGE ALEXANDER SLACK PORTER VAN-WAGONER HUNTER MC AMEE KREVGER STORRER KVSCHINSK REYNOLDS STEINBAUGH BARGER RAMSEY HARVIE HAMPTON Web and Flange 1920-1921 HONORARY MEMBERS PROF. C. T. JOHNSTON PROF. H. E. RIGGS MR. G. S. WILLIAMS PROF. H. W. KING PROF. T. J. MITCHELL MR. G. L. ALT DR. W. E. FORSYTHE OFFICERS F. R. STORRER E. A. KREUGER . J. W. KUSCHINSK H. G. McNAMEE R. B. ALEXANDER H. P. DODGE E. A. KREUGER J. W. KUSCHINSK H. G. MCNAMEE Four Hundred Thirty-eight MEMBERS H. W. SLACK V. B. STEINBAUGH F. R. STORRER M. D. VAN VAGONER J. A. BARGER A. R. REYNOLDS President Vice President . Secretary Treasurer V. H. HARVIE E. M. HAMPTON D. W. HUNTER S. D. PORTER H. E. RAMSEY THE-MICHIGANENSlAN-19 ' 21 W w ALL-CAMPUS SOCIETY GRIFFINS HONORARY FACULTY GRIFFINS JOHN L. BRUMM I. LEO SHARFMAN JOHN B. WAITE JOSEPH H. DRAKE ACTIVE GRIFFINS Grand Griffin . . . Vice Grand Griffin ...... Griffin of Apollo, Guardian of the Manuscripts Griffin of Miday, Guardian of the Gold Griffin of Nemesis, Guardian of the Suppliants Griffin of Mercury ...... Griffin of Pluvius ...... Griffin of Neptune ...... Griffin of Castor . Griffin of Hernos ....... Griffin of Hermes . . . . . . Griffin of Charon ....... Griffin of Xylos ....... Griffin of Appolinaris ..... Griffin of Bacchus ...... Griffin of Ares .... Griffin of Diodrus FREDERICK R. WALDRON HOWARD H. CUMMINGS " HUGH " HITCHCOCK . " LEE " WOODRUFF . " REN " SHERWOOD . " HOWDY " WEEKS " MARION " SLAUGHTER " WHITEY " WILSON . " JACK " DUNN . " ToM " HART " JOE " JOSEPH . " GEORGE " DUFFIELD " CHUCK " EADES " DAVE " LANDIS " BUTCH " FROEMKE " HART " HART WELL . " BOB " MCKEAN " CURT " SCHNEIDER " EDDIE " BOWERS Four Hundred Thirty-nine ICHIGANENSIAN- 19 21 COLE SMITH GOETZ McKiNLEY TAYLOR LUDWICK MULDOON MOORE BOURNE RYCHNER WIEDER TORGERSON BOELL BECKER DR.VANZWALUWENBERG DR. PEET DR V ' ICKET GERMAN KUECHENMIESTER SNYDER DURBIN Osius HARRIS . MCCALLUM MARINUS Galens WILLIAM McKEE GERMAN WALTER HOTCHKISS BRUCE A. HARRIS DARWIN RUEDEMANN OFFICERS DR DR DR DR DR DR DR DR HUGH CABOT G. CARL HUBER REUBEN PETERSON H. H. CUMMINGS M. D. HAAG R. BISHOP CANFIELD MARTIN F. MINER SCARBORO DR. THEODORE ADAMS ARTHUR F. BOELL CARLTON MARINUS MAURICE SHELDON WILLIAM TORGERSON HUME TAYLOR ANGUS GOETZ RALPH O. RYCHENER HONORARY MEMBERS DR. MAX PEET, PREFECT DR. UDO J. WILE DR. V. C. VAUGHN DR. MARK MARSHALL DR. JOHN S. SHERRICK DR. L. KINGERY DR. THOMAS L. TOLAN DR. THEODORE SQUIER DR. CARL BADGLEY DR. WARD HARRYMAN ACTIVE MEMBERS WM. KuECHENMEISTER HARRY MCCALLUM FRANK SNYDER EARL B. McKiNLEY JAMES A. SMITH JOHN LUDWICK WILLIAM E. COLE President Vice President Secretary Treasurer DR. VA ZWALUWENBERG DR. A. C. FUERSTENBERG DR. L. H. NEUBERG DR. C. PARNALL DR. ALBERT D. WICKETT DR. HAROLD D. BARNARD DR. HORACE PORTER DR. PAUL IRELAND DR. WILLIAM STINSON THOMAS DURBIN EUGENE A. Osius SAMUEL W. BECKER WILFRED MULDOON LESTER WIEDER N. WARREN BOURNE PAUL MOORE n j Four Hundred Forty MCALMONT CHRISTIE AUER SCHULZ LARSON REILLY BENNETT ADAMS BROOCK WILLIAMS GRIDLEY PROF. LINDBLAD PROF. BRAGG PROF. SADLER SATO ZIMMERMAN THOMAS FERGUSON GARRICK CROSS WRIGHT KEIDANS Quarterdeck UPPER CLASS SOCIETY, MARINE ENGINEERING PILOTS DEAN M. E. COOLEY PROF. H. C. SADLER PROF. E. M. BRAGG ASST. PROF. A. F. LINDBLAD W. H. GRIDLEY . J. R. REILLY J. E. ZIMMERMAN C. W. AUER . B. F. ADAMS A. C. BENNET H. BROOK P. CARRICK W. CHRISTIE OFFICERS SEAMEN G. W. FERGUSON T. A. CROSS T. KEIDANS J. E. LARSON J. C. McCALMONT J. D. OMEARA Commodore Vice Commodore Purser Steward W. F. SATO E. B. SCHULTZ W. S. THOMAS E. B. WILLIAMS J. V. WRIGHT Four Hundred Forty-one THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 BERNSTEIN CAMPBELL STEKETEE DAKIN ATKINSON SUNDERLAND REA SMITH REINDEL PEARE WIENEKE JOYNER HENDERSON ILSON XEWTON HITCHCOCK DUNNE SHERWOOD FREY Sphinx JUNIOR SOCIETY, LITERARY COLLEGE HONORARY SPHINXES C. H. VAN-TYNE CHARLES P. WAGNER Pharaoh ...... Woofwoof, Assistant to His Nibs . Gotrox, Tender of the Filthy Lucre . Corona, Scrivener of the Papyrus Roll . PhaTass, Imperial Drive Wager . Horlick, Milker of the Royal Cow . Ruphnek, Wielder of the Heavy Paddle . Phussum, Heart Breaker of the Harem Gazinta, Harem Inspector . Pheebee, Caresser of the Sacred Bones Shrymp, Bearer of the Imperial Grin Palmolive, Keeper of Unguents Gawdelpus, Cleopatra ' s Pride Phulbak, Booter of the Oval Tanc, Taster of the Royal Cellars . Shymee, Wiggler of the Wicked Wing . Durham, Thrower of the Sacred Bull . Cutie, Cut-up of Sacred Council . Mittem, Shaker of the Gladsome Fist . Smashescups, Breaker of Profane Goblets J. A. C. HILDNER FRANCIS BACON " HUGH " HITCHCOCK . " DUKE " DUNNE . " NEWT " NEWTON " REN " SHERWOOD . " JiM " FREY . " BILL " HENDERSON . " ERNIE " VICK . " BUD " REA . " GoB " WILSON . " Bos " PEARE " SMITTY " SMITH . " SUNNY " SUNDERLAND " JACK " DAKIN " STEK " STEKETEE . " GEORGE " REINDEL . " Bus " CAMPBELL . " JOE " BERNSTEIN . " Bos " W T IENEKE . " MAURRIE " ATKINSON " NELSE " JOYNER m Four Hundred Forty -two 1 THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 VAIL McCoRDic Fox WELCH STAUFFER SIMMONS CARSON GOETZ BRADLEY GODLEY Dow BARNUM SWART GREGORY SCHIRMER BANDEMER LAUVER MADDEN MAY LOVEJOY Triangles JUNIOR SOCIETY, ENGINEERING COLLEGE A. E. WHITE H. H. HIGBIE GEORGE E. GREGORY J. DOUGLAS Dow EDWARD H. Fox EMERSON SWART ' TED " BANDEMER " CHARLIE " BARNUM ' En " BRADLEY ' Eo " CARSON ' Douc " Dow ' EDDIE " Fox ' GoRD " GODLEY HONORARY H. E. RIGGS OFFICERS A. H. LOVELL J. A. BuRSLEY MEMBERS " MiLT " GOETZ ' GREG " GREGORY ' HAL " LAUVER ' PAT " LOVEJOY ' JOHNNIE " MADDEN ' A L " MAY President Vice President Secretary Treasurer ' RED " McCoRDic ' AL " SCHIRMER ' WALT " SIMMONS ' EM " SWART ' ART " STAUFFER ' Bos " VAIL ' Doc " WELCH Four Hundred Forty-three MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 ASPERGER THORPE EDSON REDEMSKY YOUNG McKiE COUGHLIN COREY SHURTLEFF WATTS MOORE METHOD EWING LEWIS SCHUSTER GILCHRIST HUMPHREY COLE STRAUSS LAMKIN McCoRMiCK EISELE FREY BELL COLLINS CAMPBELL SMITH WARD XEELANS KETTERING Craftsmen ' s Club OFFICERS NED SMITH . . . ROBERT COLI.IXS HENRY T. WARD JAMES G. FREY MUSIC COMMITTEE LLOYD E. THATCHER FRANK CURTIS HUGH M. BELL President 1st. Vice President 2nd. Vice President Secretary and Treasurer DRAMATIC COMMITTEE WALTER G. McKiE AUBREY YOUNG LEWIS H. MATTERN An organization composed of Master Masons who are students at the University of Michigan. The purpose of the organization is to keep the Masons on the campus in touch with the workings of the organization while they are away from home. Four Hundred Forty-four THE-MICHIGANE I I " our Hundred Forty-five M rHE-MICHlGANENSlAN-1921 f ,? t. | J 3 J. j t: 3 ! 5 3 J 5 ? ft. J. REMINE HALMAN DEFRANCE BUCHANAN KEROLLA BUELL GOODENOW TREFRY CRANE BARKER BERGVALL FOLSOM GAULT KELLER MOORE KICHLU FROST PILKINGTON COVELL VANVOLKENBURG FOULKS SCOTT CORNELL MARTIN COOK WILLS LEWIS JOHNSTON WARREN American Institute of Electrical Engineers STUDENT BRANCH OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN L. E. FROST J. H. PILKINGTON F. D. JOHNSTON M. B. COVELL D. J. BARKER R. C. BERGVALL R. C. BUELL G. M. BUNTING H. G. CORNELL M. B. COVELL, JR. E. W. FOLSOM W. V. FOULKS L. A. GAINES, JR. J. S. GAULT A. B. BUCHANAN W. E. COOK P. W. CRANE S. J. DEFRANCE Four Hundred Forty-six OFFICERS 1921 R. M. GOODENOW T. R. HALMAN P. H. KELLER A. J. KEROLLA G. E. KORTEN D. A. LEWIS W. J. MERGARD J. M. MOORE B. S. MOULTON C. H. PASMORE 1922 A. G. HOYT F. D. JOHNSTON A. J. MARTIN J. W. MUNGER 1923 J. N. GOSINSKI Chairman Vice Chairman . Secretary Treasurer J.H. H. H. L. A. H. C. D. A. L. L. R. D. D. B. D. E. F. C. PILKINGTON REMINE SEARS SEELEY SEVILLA SHIPPY SMITH STRATTON TREFRY WARREN P. G. SCHLOTTERBECK R. VAN VOLKENBURG H. J. WATSON W. VEAVER THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 KERBEY SHARP SCOTT BECKWITH DUY CORWIN SCHANCK CHRISTIAN GARMAN SALISBURY MARIN BELSER GRINGER GOGULSKI LUKINS LoVERIDGE SMITH UNDERWOOD EvANS MEYERFIELD PlTKIN GULLEY BoiCE HuTSON FERRIS JlRAS VlETS BURTON American Society of Mechanical Engineers UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN BRANCH OFFICERS PROF. H. C. ANDERSON L. K. FERRIS B. C. JIRAS . J. E. BOICE . J. D. HUTSON F. BENTEL W. BLODGETT C. W. BELSER J. E. BOICE B. L. BECKWITH H. T. BROHL C. A. BURTON B. B. BEEBE B. C. COLCORD L. CHAPMAN R. K. CORWIN F. G. CHRISTIAN M. E. COLL F. L. DAVIS R.. DUY C. W. EVANS L. K. FERRIS J. T. FlNLEY W. F. GRAINGER L. R. GARMAN C. J. GOGULSKI O. S. GULLEY R. E. GINDY MEMBERS W. R. HARRISON L. K. HOWARD K. HORIUCHI J. D. HUTSON M. G. HINKLEY P. H. HALLER C. S. HOLIHAN J. H. HEARDING E. C. HILL B. C. JIRAS C. H. KING A. J. KOETSIER H. J. KAMRATH A. K. KRAUSE H. H. LIPPINCOTT L. S. LUKINS H. A. LEWIS C. K. LAM W. C. MATCHETT W. M. MEYERFIELD H. P. McNAUGHTON E. MACHOLL W. MASON Honorary Chairman Chairman Vice Chairman Secretary Treasurer A. MARIN J. W. OLTMAN M. PEARSON P. W. STEELSMITH M. E. SALISBURY A. J. ST. AMOUR E. SWART W. J. SCHANCK H. E. SMITH D. S. SHEROTSKEY P. W. SCHNORBACH L. J. SCOTT A. J. STOCK A. TESSIN G. T. THOMPSON R. C. TURNER A. J. UNDERWOOD W. T. URCH H. C. WORKMAN I. B. WHINERY W. W. WILLIAMS S. YONEMOTO H. L. ZlEGINBEIN Four Hundred Forty-sfvne MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 The Engineering Society OFFICERS CLARENCE JOHNSTON HENRY N. ANDERSON ROSWELL DILLON FREDERICK STORRER President Vice President Secretary Treasurer The Engineering Society is the oldest organization of its kind in the Engineering School. As it was first organized, it provided a time and place for meetings of all students of engineering, at which gatherings many topics of engineering were dis- cussed. Out of these meetings with their discussion grew the Michigan Technic, to supply a medium through which the papers read in the meetings could be printed and made useful to others. Since then the Technic and the Society have worked together to the benefit of both. The Society is in no way in competition with the other professional organizations in the school, but serves as a sort of bond between them. All students in the engi- neering school are eligible to membership in the Engineering Society, while upper classmen only are eligible to membership in the professional organizations. The latter become members of the Engineering Society, automatically upon admittance into the professional organizations. Four Hundred Forty-fight THE-MICHIG- w I Chemical Engineering Society J. W. KENNEDY J. M. MILLER . WARD H. PITKIN OFFICERS President Vice President Treasurer The Chemical Engineering Society was organized several yea ' rs ago by Juniors and Seniors in Chemical Engineering who felt the need of a society of this kind. The work of these students was such that they could no longer enjoy the full benefits of the Engineering Society, whose rooms and offices were in the Engineering building. At first the membership was very small; but in recent years it has grown, till now it includes some 150 students. The aims of the Chemical Engineering Society are to promote a feeling of com- radeship among the students engaged in this work and to acquaint these students with the problems met in the industries, thru the medium of outside speakers and the faculty. Now this society is a branch of the Engineering Society and its policies are such that it will aid the parent society in promoting a closer relationship among all Engineering students. Four Hundred Forty-nine E-MICHIGANENS1AN-19?! Civil Engineering Society OFFICERS VARNUM B. STEINBAUGH SAMUEL D. PORTER DON W. HUNTER RANDLE B. ALEXANDER JAMES A. BARGER WAYNE F. BARNEY JAMES F. BEAL JOSEPH S. BOWDAWKIN BARNET BREZNER GEORGE C. BROWN WALTER BRUNT PHILIP BURNHAM GEORGE S. BURR E. STUART CAPRON McKiM CARPENTER ARMOND CASSILL CHARITON CHARITONIDES GEORGE C. CLEMONS HENRY COUECE ALFRED O. CUTHBERT IVAN M. DANSARD CHARLES K. DODD T. EDISON EUBANK H. REED EVERY C. S. FlNKBEINER CLARENCE B. GARLOCK MEMBERS GUY J. HALL EDWARD M. HAMPTON JOHN R. HARDY W. H. HAWIE CLYDE E. HEIMAN CHI LIAUH Hu DON W. HUNTER PRESTON W. HUSTED OTIS ISENBARGER S. C. JACKA ORRIN L. JENKS R. E. JONES G. DONALD KENNEDY JOHN W. KUSCHINSK DONALD H. LESSIG GEORGE W. LIPSCOMB MAX LOEWENSOHN JOHN E. MARSON FRANKLIN H. MAUGH LAWRENCE C. MAUGH HAROLD C. McNAMEE EARL J. MESNER President f r ice President Secretary Treasurer FERNAND W. MILLER V. M. NAGLER RALPH PAQUETTE STANLEY I. PINEL SAMUEL D. PORTER HOWARD E. RAMSEY ARNOLD R. REYNOLDS GEORGE E. ROGERS FREDERICK S. ROSEN ERWIN T. SANDBORN JOHN M. SESSIONS GRANT H. SMITH WALDO R. STEGENGA VARNUM B. STEINBAUGH WALTER C. STINSON FREDERICK R. STORRER HAROLD K. STOUT C. STEWART WARNER J. P. WINDELL E. A. WlNDHAM E. A. WESSINGER M. D . VANWAGONER R. L. VASGUEZ Four Hundred Fifty Friars ARCHITECTURAL SOCIETY HENRY S. BOOTH FREDERICK J. MORSE ROBERT F. SWANSON KENNETH RINDGE MARTIN LEXEN OSCAR HALBERG JOHN J. ESTERHELD MORGAN C. ALDRICH Ross BETTINGER ROBERT H. AINSWORTH FRANK E. BEADLE JOSEPH ZIMMERMAN ERVIN BAILEY WARD A. DAVENPORT ALGER LUCKHAM FRAZIER SLATER HAROLD E. PETERSON I Four Hundred Fifty-one THE -MICH1GANENS1AN- 19 ' 21 R i WAGNER WALTON GOETZ CLEMENTS MAN BY ARCHER SMITH GUNDERSON PAWLOWSKI ROSENBAUM PAH LOW MANTLE DEpRAN ' CE RONAN PETERSON LAWSON IRVING S. J. DEpRANCE R. D. SMITH S. LAWSON W. E. GOETZ C. E. ARCHER C. D. BARROWCLIFF A. S. BOSCHAM E. F. BOXELL A. D. BUCHANAN L. B. BURDICK L. W. CLAY N. V. CLEMENTS F. S. CORBY S. J. DEpRANCE W. GARDNER W. E. GOETZ M. W. GREEN C. H. GRIFFITHS L. A. GUNDERSON Four Hundred Fifty -two Aeronautic Society HONORARY MEMBERS PROFESSOR M. E. COOLEY PROFESSOR F. W. PAWLOWSKI PROFESSOR H. C. SADLER OFFICERS ACTIVE MEMBERS C. W. HASKINS P. HAYDOX R. M. HAZEN J. A. HEILBRUM H. C. HEYM L. B. HICKS S. IRVING F. KRUEGER W. F. LAWRENCE S. LAWSON E. A. LELAND D. I. LUMBY A. W. MANBY L. J. MANTLE President Vice President Secretary Treasurer R. F. McFADDEN J. M. MOORE F. I. PAHLOW K. W. PETERSON K. PORTER H. B. RAISKY E. G. REID K. M. RONAN W. L. ROSENBAUM R. G. SHERRICK R. D. SMITH C. TRUMP J. G. VlNKEMULDER J. H. WALTON L. P. WEIL THE-MICH i I ! M IM ' I ' v I Lrl ' Uv. ' UnLU i i; .l;l ' .C Has IC O- !(:$ Prescott Club E. J. TRAUT J. B. YOUNG HELEN ANDERSON H. SCHLICHTING DR. E. H. KRAUS PROF. C. C. GLOVER PROF. C. E. STOCKING WILLIAM J. McGiLi, Miss M. M. ALLEN E. F. BACH T. W. BLACKMER E. BUCK D. C. CULVER M. COSTA J. DELANEY D. EDISON A. FENTON E. L. HARRIS, JR. E. HAMMOND C. HANFT President Vice President Secretary Treasurer B. SWIFT J. M. INGI.IS A. L. KROUPA Miss F. LUTES A. LAMPERT M. MIURA K. MACK.EN7.IE N. OHTOMO J. PALMER A. PING EL W. PRINGNITZ E. POWERS W. RUTHERFORD L. ROBY Miss E. SANDBERG S. STEFFY W. STROTHER Four Hundred Fifty-three ANENSIAN-1921 REED WILKINSON MILLER LOCKE NELSON ALLISON PUTNAM BEAKEY BARRETT NOLDE FUESS BANZHAF GILLIS BROWN AMICK KOENIG DELMET HARRIS LETTS SHUPF.RT WEBB MILLER LIETH MITCHELL BAKER FERY CLARK LITTLEFIELD BAXTER TSAI DAUGHERTY TOY MUNSEY MAULBETSCH THORN TURNER SAMPLE SCHUMACHER ROTH BARNES LUMSDEN HUSSEY SEIDEL PERRIN Forestry Club FRANCIS X. SCHUMACHER MILO W. SAMPLE JOHN SCOTT BARNES . LEWIS M. TURNER . H. MASON LUMSDEN D. K. ANDERSON . President Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer Corresponding Secretary MEMBERS GRADUATE HERMANN KERBER D. V. BAXTER Miss ALLIS HUSSEY EDMUND W. LITTLEFIELD GEORGE BANZHAF VICTOR D. BROOKS STANLEY O. BROOME R. CARLYLE BAKER CARL S. FERY J. E. FISKE HAROLD LETTS STANLEY LOCKE WALTER G. McKELVEY ALBERT W. ALLISON K. B. AMICK LEONARD J. BARRETT BERT A. BEALEY IRWIN S. BOOTH SENIORS ALVIN MAULBETSCH WILLIAM J. SEIDEL JUNIORS ARTHUR BROWN Louis FUESS C. EUGENE GILLIS JOHN R. WAY SOPHOMORES DANIEL MILLER HOMER C. MITCHELL GEORGE F. NOLDE LOUIS A. POMMERINING ROBERT W. PUTNAM FRESHMEN W. H. COLE HAROLD H. DOBBERTEEN GERALD HARRIS OTTO S. KOENIG, JR. HARRY D. THORN- KARL NYE TUNNICLIFFE Louis WEHMAYER GILBERT STEWART WILLIAM TOY GERALD TSAI ROLAND M. SCHMIDT HAROLD B. SCHUPERT ALFRED C. SUMMERS MARTIN R. WEBB GUY M. WILKINSON- KENNETH WILLIAMS W. G. KRAFT ERNEST NELSON JOHN A. PUTNAM SIDNEY REED J. E. SASS Four Hundred Fifty-four SAMPLE SEIDEL SPAIN LlTTLEFIELD TuNNECLIFFE I.EHMANN HuLBERT HICKS BARNES TURNER TOY FUESS LOVEJOY FOLEY CASE PROF. CASE KERBEY DR. PEET PROF. YOUNG W m Les Voyageurs A SOCIETY OF Our-DooR MEN FACULTY MEMBERS ERMINE C. CASE, PH.D. LEIGH J. YOUNG, A.B., M.S.F. RUSSELL S. WATSON, M.S.F. ASSOCIATE MEMBERS MAX M. PEET, A.M., M.D. FREDERICK M. GAIGE, A.B. ACTIVE ROLL FRANK J. NOVAK JOHN S. BARNES WILLIAM J. SEIDEL PHILIP H. SCHREYER HELIM H. HULBERT HOWARD IVi. LUMSDEN KARL H. TUNNICLIFFE ERIC A. KERBEY MILO W T . SAMPLE CHARLES E. GILLIS EDWARD W. LITTLEFIELD Louis C. LEHMANN, PHILLIP 0. FOLEY WILLIAM TOY THEODORE J. CASE THOMAS H. SPAIN E. PARISH LOVEJOY STANLEY O. BROOME HERBERT S. HICKS Louis W. FUESS LEWIS M. TURNER CARL S. FERY ROLAND M. SCHMIDT JR. Four Hundred Fift fi?f IGANENSIAN-192I II Circolo Italiano GEORGE SELETTO KATHERINE D. WILCOX OCTAVE ANTONIO FRANK VALVO MICHAEL DE FILIPPIS GUISEPPE LETA SALVATORE FIORDELIS JAMES G. FREY OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Advisor Executive Committee HONORARY MEMBERS PROFESSOR STEVEN SCATORI PROFESSOR HERBERT CROSS PROFESSOR PIERRE ZAMPIERE GEORGE SELETTO JAMES G. FREY OCTAVE ANTONIO FRANK VALVO EDWARD MATHIEU FRANK TRECKELO JOHN MAURIEL ACTIVE MEMBERS MICHAEL DEFILIPPIS GUISEPPE LETA ROLAND LIBONATI KATHERINE D. WILCOX F. PORRETTA SALVATORE FIORDELIS HERMAN D. SCARNECHIA CHARLES J. SCAVARDA MICHAEL CRINO ALBINA M. Rvrri EVERETT L. HACKES FRANK FIORDELIS VICTORIA WORDELMANN II Circolo Italiano was organized in March of the year 1920 under the name of Circolo D ' Annunzio. Most prominent in its organization were Mr. Steven Scatori and Mr. Everett L. Hacke?. The inspired aim of the Society is best described in the comprehensive language of its constitution: " in order to foster that which is best in the Italian language, literature, and art. " The Society is democratic in spirit. The main requisites for membership are a good record and a sincere love for those ideals which originally led to the founding of the Society. At present the club is presenting lectures on Italian subjects under its auspices from time to time, and also plans giving short plays in Italian to promote interest in the language. Four Hundred Fifty-six I DjIRAS WARSAW THIEME BECKETT McARTHUR SPENCER SHARP RANFT CLOPPETT HOUGH WATTS MOORE NELSON Le Cercle Francais FRENCH SOCIETY WILLIAM G. SHARP, JR. MARGARET BECKETT . BEE WARSAW EDWARD F. MOORE J. P. CLOPPET HAROLD ALLEN STEWART BEACH MARGARET BECKETT ALICE COMFORT BYRON DJIRAS JACK DAKIN JOSEPH FRIEDMAN JACK GARDNER HARRIET GUSTIN HUGH HITCHCOCK ATHALIE HOUGH ADRIAN JONES FAY KENRICK MILDRED SHERMAN OFFICERS MEMBERS PERRIE LONG GORDON LOUD BEATRICE BECKWITH LAURENCE McARTHUR EDWARD F. MOORE NAVARRE MARENTAY NEVA NELSON ALAN REEKIE DOROTHY RIDER HENRY RANFT EDWARD SEYMOUR WILLIAM SHARP, JR. ELEANOR SPENCER President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Director RENAUD SHERWOOD KATRINA SCHERMERHORN FLORENCE THIEME Lois DEVRIES HAROLD VELLEMAN HAROLD VOTEY ALFRED WILSON LEE WOODRUFF NORA WILSON THOMAS WHINERY BKE WARSAW DAVID WATTS ETHEL WILLIAMS MARJORIE WEST Four Hundred Fifty-seven La Sociedad Hispanica SPANISH SOCIETY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN NORMAN L. WILLEY, A.M. OCTAVE ANTONIO DOROTHY E. BAISLEY MARGUERITE CLARK . H. THOMPSON STOCK Facility Advisor President rice President . Secretary Treasurer ENTERTAINMENT JAMES S. GAULT HARRIET M. WILSON COMMITTEES PUBLICITY H. THOMPSON STOCK ALBERT M. THAYER LECTURES DOROTHY BAISLEY ALLAN SUNDERLAND DRAMATICS KATHERINE D. WILCOX MARIE A. CROZIER CARRIE FAIRCHILD MEMBERSHIP HARRIET M. WILSON H. THOMPSON STOCK GIFFORD ADAMS OCTAVE ANTONIO DOROTHY BAISLEY MARGUERITE CLARK M. OTTILIE DAVIS HARRY DOBBS DIXIE ENGLAND MARVIN FAUST CARRIE FAIRCHILD CELIA GUZMAN JAMES S. GAULT SAUL J. JAFFE ALICE M. JOHNSON ANITA KELSEY ANNA T. KENT ACTIVE MEMBERS MARGARET MOYE GAIL RUSH H. THOMPSON STOCK MURIEL STURTZ A. J. SCHMIDT EMILIO SERRA ALLAN SUNDERLAND ALBERT M. THAYER ESTHER WADS WORTH HARRIET M. WILSON KATHERINE D. WILCOX MARIE CROZIER LELAND J. KALMBACH Louis ERLENBACH GILBERT F. GOVVER Four Hundred Fifty-eight HOSBEIN NICHOLS MARCY SCOTT Commerce Club OFFICERS GLENN H. MARCY SYLVIA HOSBEIN DONALD SCOTT . ARTHUR O. NICHOLS President Vice President . Secretary Treasurer All students in the University who are taking work in the Economics Depart- ment, i.e. courses in Political Economy, Business Administration, and Sociology are eligible to membership. The aim of the Commerce Club is to further the interests of the students of the department in every way that it can. Speakers of practical experience are brought to Ann Arbor, who speak along lines of study. The club operates an information and employment bureau for the benefit of its members. All students in the department who are really interested in their work are mem- bers of the club. Four Hundred Fifty-nine E- MICH IGANENSIAN ft SLAZIUSKI KOLWICZ A. KRZYMINSKI FROUCZAK KLATT JAGODINSKI PROF. PAWLOWSKI CZEDERSKI B. KRZYMINSKI DANIELEWSKI KRUSZKA PAVULESKI KABACINSKI STACKOWIAK PAUSZEK WOJCIECHOWSKI Polonia Literary Circle LADISLAUS DANIELEWSKI JOSEPH F. KRUSZKA . JOHN S. WOJCIECHOWSKI ANTHONY KABACINSKI President Vice President . Secretary Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS PROF. FELIX W. PAWLOWSKI LEON A. MAKIELSKI FRANK JAGODZINSKI MEMBERS JOSEPH E. FRONCZAK JOHN N. GOSINSKI FRANCIS JARZEMBOWSKI LEON L. KLATT BOLESLAUS V. KRZYMINSKI LEO A. MOWODWORSKI THOMAS B. PAUSZEK JOHN R. SKUBA LEONARD A. SLOWINSKI EDWARD F. WALICIOI LEO J. WILLSONSKI HEDWIG WOLSZYNSKI T. W. WOZNIAK MARTIN F. CASIMIR GOGULSKI JOSEPH GEVIAZDOWSKI ANTON JANKOVIAK PETER KOLASA ALEX M. KRZYMINSKI LEO I. NIEDZIELSKI GERTRUDE PARILESKI STANLEY H. SKRENTNY LEO W. SLAZINSKI STEPHEN J. STACHOWIAK AUGUST S. WALKOWSKI JULIAN T. WISNESKI SOPHIA M. WOLCZYNSKI STRANZ Four Hundred Sixty THE -MICH BANKS COTTIN FAIRMAN KKRR WANG WEISS BUGHER SEARLES ANDERSON BOETTCHER THOMAS YEN- CHEN BROWN Lu LEONARD LOWREY WICKETT WASHBURN SHERWOOD SCHLOSSMAN MARVIN ABADA LEIGHLY GRUBAUGH Men ' s Educational Club MEMBERS CHARLES D. BANKS JOHN R. COTTIN JOHN C. BUGHER BEN FAIRMAN ROBERT KERR C. F. WANG HENRY WEISS CLAIR K. SEARLES LERov BOETTCHER M. G. THOMAS Fu P. YEN LE HUNG CHEN M. S. Lu F. W. BROWN- RICHARD LEONARD HOWARD W ' ICKETT H. H. LOWREY EDWARD WASHBURN HARVEY SHERWOOD HERMAN SCHLOSSMAN HARVEY MARVIN ESTEBAN ABADA JOHN LEIGHLY LEON GRUBAUGH A. C. ANDERSON Four Hundred Sixty-one SlAN-19 ' 21 MlCHELMANN GRUBAUGH BECKWITH WEISS CoVELL BoYER DILLON WALLICK JOHNSTON WESSINGER CORWIN EVANS GAINES PORTER BAXTER PETTY CAMPBELL Student Christian Association Of the University of Michigan CABINET 1920-1921 I OFFICERS PRESIDENT C. STEWART BAXTER VICE PRESIDENTS GALE F. WESSINGER ..... CLARENCE N. JOHNSTON . . . . ALAN F. KING ...... LEGRAND A. GAINES, JR. OSWALD MICHELMANN ..... LEON E. GRUBAUGH DONALD J. PORTER . . COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN ROBERT F. GRINDLEY ..... FRED J. PETTY ..... DONALD J. PORTER ...... ROSWELL P. DILLON ...... B. L. BECKWITH ..... RICHARD C. LOSCH ...... CHESSER M. CAMPBELL . . . . HENRY L. WEISS ...... Four Hundred Sixty-two . Baptist Congregational Disciple Episcopal Lutheran Methodist Presbyterian University Services Extension Services . Finances . World Service Foreign Students Employment Bureau Publicity Student Volunteers Offices of The Student Christian Association University Services Committee Student Volunteers Student Employment Bureau Ann Arbor Bible Chair Baptist, Disciple, Congregational, Lutheran, and Presbyterian Student Work. Cosmopolitan Club. Chinese, Japanese, Hindustan and Phillipine Clubs Jewish Student Congregation, Menorah, and Zionist Societies Christian Science Society Moving Pictures and Lectures The " Y " Inn Four Hundred Sixty-three THE-MICH1GANENSIAN-I921 BoYNTON DARLING DR. BUNTING FORSYTHE Dental Society of the University of Michigan D. B. DARLING . G. G. MCKNIGHT A. G. BOYNTON . E. L. FORSYTHE Founded 1920 OFFICERS . President Vice President . Secretary Treasurer HONORARY MEMBERS DR. C. G. DARLING, M.D. DR. U. G. RICKERT, D.D.S. DR. M. L. WARD, D.D.Sc. DR. R. B. HOWELL, D.D.S. DR. N. S. HOFF, D.D.S. DR. F. R. WOODS, D.D.S. DR. L. P. HALL, D.D.S. DR. R. A. MACDONALD, D.D.S. DR. R. W. BUNTING, D.D.Sc. DR. M. D. MACKOY, D.D.S. DR. C. J. LYONS, D.D.Sc. DR. A. J. IRVING, D.D.S. DR. J. J. TRAVIS, D.D.S. DR. R. B. VEDDER, D.D.S. DR. E. L. WHITMAN, D.D.S. DR. A. J. HALL, D.D.S. ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS AND JUNIORS IN THE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY ASSOCIATE MEMBERS SOPHOMORES AND FRESHMEN IN THE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY Four Hundred Sixty-four THE-MICHlGANENSlAN-l9 i 21 Four Hundred Sixty-five 1CHIGANENSIAN-19-21 GALLOGLY BRANDT WEIMER MATTE RN SCHUSTER TRAVIS LANDER SPIER DINIUS BANGS XICHOLS POLLOCK SPRAGUE FURLONG BORON OBERHOLTZER FREY FAGERBURG VICKERY The Republican Club of the University of Michigan PRESIDENT C. B. FISK BANGs-Michigan VICE PRESIDENTS DEWEY FAGERBURG-Illinois WEST GALLOGLY-Michigan CARL G. BRAXDT-Michigan WILLIAM ANGELL-Michigan G. A. R. ScHusTER-Missouri RECORDING SECRETARY JAMES E. SpiER-Michigan CORRESPONDING SECRETARY JAMES K. PoLLOCK-Pennsylvania TREASURER JAMES G. pREY-Pennsylvania MEN ' S EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE F. HAMILTON LANDER-Illinois H. F. BoRON-Michigan HAROLD FuRLONG-Michigan HASKELL L. NicnoLS-Michigan LEWIS H. MATTERN-Ohio WOMEN ' S EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Miss FRANCES E. WEiMER-West Virginia Miss ELYATELL A. MENGEL-Kentucky Miss DORIS M. SpRAGUE-Michigan Miss LENORE DiNius-Indiana Miss ELIZABETH TRAVis-Indiana Miss FRANCES W. OBERHOLTZER-West Virginia Miss ELIZABETH ViCKERY-Indiana Four Hundred Sixlv-six HOFFMAN STEGNER DOVERSPIKE SHEPARD Pennsylvania Club OFFICERS CHARLES B. STEGNER, Titusville DARL S. DOVERSPIKE, New Bethlehem . MARTHA C. SHEPARD, Parnassus . FOREST HOFFMAN, Windber President V ice President . Secretary Treasurer SOCIAL COMMITTEE D. F. VOLLMER, Harrisburg NEIL A. MOORE, Erie WILLIAM L. NEWBERRY, New Castle FLORENCE DERRICK, Tarentum SYLVIA J. RALSTON, Butler ADVISORY COMMITTEE JAMES K. POLLOCK, JR., New Castle JAMES G. FREY, DuBois RICHARD KHUEN, 3RD, Sewickly HARRY D. THORN, Reading JAMES H. EARLEY, Shenandoah FRANCES KERVIN, Bradford ESTHER L. BOYD, Connellsville UNIVERSITY EXTENSION COMMITTEE ARTHUR B. THOMAS, Knox DANIEL J. MURPHY, Scranton LEWIS W. FUESS, Erie DAN A. COLL, Johnstown HELEN A. LEVENE, Philadelphia ELIZABETH FORSYTHE, Mercer MADELINE McGuRK, New Castle Four Hundred Sixty-seven THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 VAN VAGONER WALTER WILSON PRESTON Pontiac Club MURRAY VANW ' AGONER JOSEPHINE WALTER DAVID H. PRESTON . CHARLES WILSON MAURELL BAXTER STEWART T. BEACH KATHERINE BEARDSLEE WILLARD BEATTIE CHAUNCEY L. BRACE JOHN D. BRISCOE HUDSON C. COVERT MARION CROHN WADE DE ' RIES WILLIAM EWART DONALD A. FILDEW HAROLD A. FURLONG PAUL D. HAMMOND CLIFFORD HAM MARY K. HEALY GEORGE HUBBARD JANICE HUTCHINS HAROLD V. KELLY VIOLA KERR MARY K. KESSELL EARL KNEALE HELEN KEYSER WARREN KUDNER MERRITT LILLIS ILAH LUMBY LOYAL H. LUMBY WILSON LYONS CECIL McCALLUM JOHN Four Hundred Sixty-fight OFFICERS MEMBERS President . Vice President . Secretary Treasurer RAY C. MEDDAUGH JOHN D. MILLIS LOTTIE A. MILLER MAYNARD A. NEWTON ERWIN P. POMFRET DONALD C. PORRITT HOMER B. PORRITT DAVID H. PRESTON- ROBERT W. PRESTON AARON D. RIKER CHARLES G. ROBERTSON WILLIAM J. SCHANCK WILLIAM H. SEELEY KENNETH L. SLATER VARNUM STEINBAUGH GLADYS TEGGERDINE MILDRED VANCAMP RONALD VAN-TASSEL MURRAY D. VANW ' AGONER FLOYD L. VERNIER JOSEPHINE WALTER ARCH WALLS FREDERICK W. WARNER, JR. CHARLES R. WEBB LUCILE WHITFIELD MAC T. WHITFIELD STUART E. WHITFIELD CHARLES E. WILSON THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 DAWRS WAITE SHARP WEYAND BUTLER HAUG CARNOCHAN STAUFFER SIEKMANN SENIOR WRIGHT CAPRON TRAMP KING w 88 Scalp and Blade BUFFALO CLUB Founded at Cornell University 1893 CHAPTER ROLL CORNELL UNIVERSITY ' UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA RENSSELAER POLY TECHNIC COLGATE HOBART DARTMOUTH MASS. INST. OF TECHNOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER CARNEGIE TECHNICAL INST. ILLINOIS WILLIAMS JOHN M. BUTLER E. STEWART CAPRON ANDRE A. CARNOCHAN HARVEY P. DAWRS EDWARD C. HAUG RUSSEL H. PARIS WILLIAM C. KRATZ MEMBERS PAUL S. KING RICHARD H. ROWLAND HAROLD J. SENIOR HOWARD P. SHARP CARL F. SIEKMANN CHARLES M. SPAULDING PLEDGES GEORGE H. METZ ARTHUR D. STAUFFER GEORGE D. TRAMP EUGENE B. WAITE FREDERICK WEYAND JOSEPH V. WRIGHT STACY R. BLACK FRANCIS R. MURPHY Four Hundred Sixty-nine ICHIGANENSlAN-19 ' 21 i? Kentucky Club OFFICERS F. M. SMITH . ROBERT E. ADAMS JOHN M. BURGE J. M. DURBIN . President f ' ice President. Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS R. F. MATTHEWS G. W. GARDNER F. M. SMITH R. E. ADAMS J. W. MOREY J. M. DURBIN N. L. GOLDSMITH A. S. HOEFFLIN W. SELIGMAN C. TANDY M. BERMAN G. C. BRETZ DON S. WOOD L. B. CURRAN M. PlLCHER FLOYD POINDEXTER ELMER C. LAMPE I Four Hundred Seventy J. H. KING C. B. VAN ANTWERP T. M. DICKERSON JOHN M. BURGE GEORGE R. LYNN, III M. C. ROBINSON S. SLOSS WILLIAM FLEISCHAKER G. W. FISKE V. P. JOHNS W. C. MARSTON W. B. HALLEY R. LAIB P. BOHNE CHARLES H. HARNEY OLIVER McAoAMS J. S. WHALEY PLAMBECK HOWSON S. B. HOWSON A. PLAMBECK . R. G. GROSS . R. BECKWITH R. VOGT H. E. ARNDT W. E. BANDEMAN H. R. BECKWITH A. J. BERST H. H. BLACK S. BOLTON R. M. BOYD J. H. BRITTON J. A. BURKE F. W. CASE C. J. CLARK E. CORNWELL W. E. CRANE R. K. CuBBAGE D. C. CULVER H. D. DRAPER L. P. ERLENBACH G. H. FISCHER W. H. GRAUSE R. J. GROSS M. A. GUENIN E. R. HICKS S. B. HOWSON BECKWITH GROSS VOGT Saginaw Club OFFICERS Member MEMBERS J. E. JOHNSON K. E. KAUFMAN P. KEELER A. G. KLEIKAMP A. J. LENT H. A. MACGREGOR R. MACGREGOR L. N. MERRILL H. E. MILES H. F. MITCHELL R. H. MOONEY W. NORRIS W. C. O ' KEEFE O. C. OLSEN A. W. PALMER H. F. PATTERSON M. PEARSON R. A. PIERCE D. H. PIETZ A. PLAMBECK E. G. RICHARDSON F. R. SCHEMM G. A. SCHEMM H. R. SCHEMM President Vice President Secretary Treasurer of Executive Committee A. F. SCHIRMER C. J. SCHMIDT G. J. SlLHAVY W. J. SMITH R. F. SMITH J. A. SPENCE G. F. STONE G. L. STONE G. R. STRIMBECK R. H. TAYLOR F. G. TELMOS T. A. TIMCHAC N. K. TRACKETT R. C. VOGT T. A. WALKLING E. E. WEADOCK L. E. WHALEY H. E. WHITCOMB F. J. WHITNEY G. W. WHITNEY A. A. YAEGER U. H. YAEGER W. L. YEO Four Hundred Seventy-one =11 THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 i HoBERMAN WoLINITY MsLTZER L.EVINE KLEIN WEISBERG KENIGSON LINDER HOCKSTEIN ABRAMSON HALPERIN HORWECH LIPSHUTZ KELLER HORWECH PICKER Bayonne Club ABE KENIGSON JOSEPH LINDER JACK WEISBERG BEN HOCKSTEIN OFFICERS President Vice President Stctetary Treasurer MEMBERS HAROLD HERMAN SAMUEL LIPPMAN MAURICE RIPPS SOL HABERMAN GEORGE WOLINITZ Louis MELTZER NORMAN LEVINE EDWARD KLEIN .JACK WEISBERG ABE KENIGSON CHARLES GITLIN JOSEPH LINDER BEN HOCKSTEIN JOSEPH ABRAMSON MAX HALPERIN BEN HORWECH CHARLES LIPSHUTZ SAMUEL KELLER PHILIP HORWECH IRVING PICKER IRVING SCHALLIT 1 Four Hundred Seventy-two THE -MICHIGANENSIAN PRIGNITZ A. PINGEL ELLIOTT HACKER DENG PETTIBONE MATTHEWS JOHN BURK XOE WOLFSON SPIER PRIEHS C. PINGEL HAHN BRODERICK HAYES TURCOTTE Mt. Clemens Club OFFICERS J. E. SPIER E. C. MEYER . E. R. PRIEHS . ALVIN WOLFSON C. A. PINGEL President Vice P resident . Secretary Treasurer Sergeant at Arms I MEMBERS WILLIAM F. PRIGNITZ A. J. PINGEL HAROLD ELLIOTT CLARENCE HACKER ROY DENG T. M. PETTIBONE CHRIS MATTHEWS PAUL L. ULLRICH NORMAN SCHROEDER DANIEL J. BOCKLEY HAROLD C. JOHN EARL A. BURK ALTON H. NOE EDGAR HAHN NORMAN BRODERICK LAUGHLIN HAYES VINCENT TURCOTTE SHEPARD GREEN SAMUEL MALBIN GORTON MONTIQUE Four Hundred Seventy-three E-MICHIGANENS1AN-I921 SASHIDA MIURA KOBAYASHI NISHIDA HORIUCHI MIHARA TANAKA KATSUIZUMI MRS KATSUIZUMI OTSUKI OSAWA MATSUMOTO FUKUI SHIMODA UYEHARA ATSUMI SUGIURA OHTOMO SADAKATA IDE Nippon Club OFFICERS K. HORIUCHI, ' 2iE . KAMEYO SADAKATA, ' 22M G. H. MIHARA, ' 22 . N. OHTOMO, ' 21 MEMBERS KITA FUKUI, ' 23 K. HORIUCHI, ' 2iE DR. SOBEI IDE, Faculty G. IKEDA, Grad. H. IwANAGA, ' 21 R. A. KIMURA, ' 24 M. KOBAYASHI, Grad. S. KATSUIZUMI, Grad. MRS. N. F. KATSUIZUMI, Grad. G. T. MATSUDA, ' 22 MATSUE MATSUMOTO, ' 23 SUGI MIBAI, Grad. G. H. MIHARA, ' 21 M. MIURA, ' 21 Four Hundred Sfi ' entv-four . President Vice President Secretary Treasurer YONE MORIYA, ' 23 D. NISHIDA, GRAD. I. NISHIMURA, ' 21? N. OHTOMO, ' 21 YUKI F. ASAWA, Grad. G. J. OTSUKI, Grad. KAMEKO SADAKATA, ' 22M S. SASHIDA, Grad. N. F. SATO, ' 2iE K. SHIMODA, ' 21 E. T. SHIMBORI, ' 24 S. S. SUGIHARA, ' 24E T. T. TANAKA, ' 22 M. UYEHARA, Faculty mm THE-MICHIG, SYLVESTER SHIMODA KATSUIZUMI ABADA SUGUITAN RINDELHARDT HERD ESTEVES PABLO STRAUSS PICKARD SOMPPI LEJARZA RODAS BuSTAMANTE JlRAS OnTOMO Lu LlU MARANON HuSSAiN StOCK BAILEY JAVIERTO CAJUCON ROIG GRUNWALDT NELSON OKKELBERG HUTCHINS HILDNER MERCADO BECKWITH GOLDIN COHEN Bou CAPISTRANO FERNANDO JOSE MANAGO CASIA CHARITONIDES SASHIDA DELROSARIO JASLOW MONDRAGON DEERA MESSENGER MIURA The Cosmopolitan Club of the University of Michigan OFFICERS 1920-1921 BERNARD L. BECKWITH, ! 2iE RAMON CAPISTRANO, Grad. PROFESSOR J. A. C. HILDNER President Secretary Treasurer DIRECTORS PROF. J. RALEIGH NELSON REV. LLOYD WALLICK MR. THOMAS LOWRIE F. C. Liu, ' 2iL J. THOMPSON STOCK, ' 21 HONORARY MEMBERS DR. MARION LsRoY BURTON DR. HARRY B. HUTCHINS DR. JOHN R. EFFINGER MR. ALBERT LOCKWOOD REGENT JUNIUS BEAL Four Hundred Seventy-foe THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 WANG Li SHEN TSAI Lui Ni Li Wu Hu CHEN KWONG Mu Liu CHOW POY KWOK TSAO Lu LAM Tsi Koo Li TANG Yu I,oo LEE FONG CHOU TOM Li CHEN CHAN HSIAO TONG PEI Tsou Liu WANG DONG CHEN GIANG Xi YEN CHOW CHEN SETO Liu WONG Wu TSAO YEE LOK Yu Chinese Students ' Club UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN OFFICERS K. H. Wu . HELEN L. WONG M. T. DONG . Z. T. TSAO C. K. CHOW F. P. CHEN Y. S. SETO F. C. Liu HELEN L. WONG K. H. Wu Z. T. TSAO HENRY W. YEE T. K. LOK H. F. Yu C. L. TONG K. H. PEI T. Y. Tsou G. T. Liu C. F. WONG M. T. DONG D. S. CHEN A. L. GIANG T. G. Ni G. H. TSAI Four Hundred Seventy-six MEMBERS F. P. YEN W. H. Yu K. C. Loo ROBERT LEE L. T. FONG S. H. CHU L. W. THOMS T. L. Li T. H. CHEN S. F. CHAN T. HSIAO C. Y. Liu L. H. CHOW W. L. POY P. C. KWOK C. C. TSAO S. H. Lu C. K. LAM Y. M. Tsi President Vice President Secretary Treasurer PERCY Koo L. L. LEE K. Y. TANG C. F. WANG S. H. Lt S. T. SHEN C. R. TSAI S. C. Lui W. NYI E. K. Li JOHN Wu K. L. Wu HENRY C. CHEN M. T. KWONG L. Y. Hu Miss F. T. Tsu Miss L. T. Tsu C. T. YAH M. S. Lu S. Y. CHENG THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-I921 CASIA FERNANDEZ SUGUITAN DUERME SUYAT TANGUILIG ROA VILLANUEVA TECSON MANAGO KAPARAS MARANON ABADA FERNANDO SANCHEZ SANTOS JAVIERTO CAJUCOM CAPISTRANO DELROSARIO PABLO DEV ' ERA JOSE Philippine-Michigan Club OFFICERS EMETERIO ROA VICENTE M. DELROSARIO JOSE MA. CAJUCOM FAUSTINO K. MANAGO . MANUEL S. PABLO E. R. ABADA E. A. ASUGANO V. CASIA J. MA. CAJUCOM J. CAPARRAS R. J. CAPISTRANO F. DUERME S. FERNANDEZ A. A. FERNANDO C. DEGRACIA M. K. JAVIERTO E. L. JOSE MEMBERS G. R. VILLANUEVA President Vice President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer J. MARANON F. MANAGO M. S. PABLO E. ROA V. DELROSARIO F. SANCHEZ T. M. SANTOS J. SUGUITAN D. SUYAT P. D. TANGUILIG P. S. TECSON S. DEVERA Four Hundred Serentv-set ' en V THE -MICHIGANENSIAN CAMPBELL SUTTON ERBAUGH SHELTON The Westerners OFFICERS A. B. CAMPBELL CHARLES ERBAUGH YOLANDE SUTTON DONALD SHELTON COMMITTEES ATHLETIC COMMITTEE EARL MARTIN M. R. NORCOP SOCIAL COMMITTEE DORIS KELLAR EMMA SUTTON LEONE SMITH D. H. CONDIT W. C. STANDAHER G. M. LOTT MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE MARJORIE LANG GEO. K. FOPRFSTER President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Four Hundred Seventy-eight THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-192I Youngstown-Michigan Club OFFICERS MERLE SMITH ELTON VIETS DAVID ENDRES . MYRON GRAVER PAUL BASSOW WARREN CORYELL FRANK HELANDER JOSEPH LIPSCHER RAMOND POWERS SYLVAN SAMTER LAWRENCE WELLER THELMA HENDERSON MEMBERS CHARLES CAMPBELL WALTER CRAVER HARRY HOEY JOHN MULFORD WALTER ROCHOW KENNETH THOMPSON HONORARY MEMBERS DOROTHY PRATT MADELINE VINOPAL President Vice President . Secretary Treasurer EUGENE CLELAND CHARLES DEVENDORF ROBERT KERR CHAUNCEY OLSON GEORGE RUBENSON HAROLD WARNOCK JOSEPH WOODWARD GERALDINE SACKETT Four Hundred Seventy-nine THE- MICH IGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 GROSSMAN ROBERTSON CHASE FISHER GUREVICH A. KELLEY DANFORTH SAUNDERS BREWER LOHR DEARBORN HOWARD SCHOEMAKER HAMPTON FINLEY WHEELER BUCKLER BURKET THORSON P. KELLEY ENGLE ROE AHEARN Cabinet Club OFFICERS EDWARD M. HAMPTON, ' 2iE MARK M. SCHOEMAKER, ' 21 CLINTON H. DEARBORN, ' 2iE EARNEST S. SHEPARD, ' JOHN T. FINLEY, ' 2iE GEORGE WM. LIPSCOMB, ' 21 E ROSTER 1921 1922 JOHN BARNES, ' 22-24M JAMES E. BURNES, ' 22E PERCY O. DANFORTH, ; 22E RALPH N. DuBois, ' 22E President Vice President Secretary- Treasurer HENRY RAVENEL, ' 2iL BRADNER WHEELER, ' 2iE OGDEN A. KELLEY, ' 22 ALLEN V. LOHR, ' 22E ALFRED W. SANTELMANN, ' 22E HARRY P. AHERN, ' 23 E NATHANIEL BREWER, ' WILLIAM D. CHASE 2j GEORGE I. GROSSMAN, ' EDMUND K. ELLIS, 23E JULIAN A. FISHER, ' 23E 1923 RHEESE E. BURKET, ' 24A PARK F. ENGLE, ' 24 1924 PHILLIP H. KELLEY, ' 24 BERNARD J. GUREVICH, ' 23E CLAUDE M. PICKENS, ' 23 E NATHAN W. ROBERTSON, ' 23 ARTHUR T. SAUNDERS, ' 23 E KENNETH W. SPENCER, ' 23E CHARLES E. TURNBULL, ' 23 E RAY P. TEELE, ' 24E CLARENCE G. THORSON, ' 24 Four Hundred Eighty THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 DUNN GLISSON KULLMAN MARTIN LAIB GRAIN BOHNE HALLEY NIEHUSS ELLEDGE SLOSS COKER ROBINSON FLEISHAKER NEWELL LEWRIGHT FISKE HALL COLORING HILLERY TII.LY BURGE LEWIS ROBINSON YOUNG SELIGMAN HAYS RUTHERFORD VAjjAsTWERP JOHNSON SHEPIDAN DUCKWALL COSTON KINCANNON FITZGERALD ADAMS PI.ATT KOHN MITCHELL KING GARDNER GRAY KERR HAYS The Dixie Club J. HOWARD KING GEO. W. GARDNER FRANK K. MITCHELL R. E. ADAMS, JR. D. D. ATKINSON P. O. BOHNE H. L. BRADLEY G. C. BRETZ R. J. COKER W. COOLEY H. GRAIN F. C. CROSS P. DUCKWALL W. T. DUNN G. R. ELLEDGE J. M. FARLEY L. H. FENNO G. W. FISKE, JR. BOB FITZGERALD W. FLEISCHAKER P. M. GLISSON C. E. FUTCH P. R. NEWELL W. C. MARSTON MEMBERS A. E. GRAYSON E. HACKETT JOHN HALL W. B. HALLEY R. R. HAYS H. E. HAYS V. F. HILLERY J. J. JOHNSON S. JOHNSON JAMES KERR A. KINCANNON J. H. KING H. KOHN W. M. KULLMAN R. P. LAIB E. C. LAMPE A. R. LEWIS F. K. MITCHELL L. J. MANTLE H. E. GRAY A. H. GAINES President Vice President . Secretary W. NORTON M. V. PILCHER N. G. PLATTS A. ROBINSON M. C. ROBINSON N. ROBERTSON J. M. Russ H. H. RUTHERFORD R. H. SCOBEE W. J. SHERIDAN S. E. SLOSS R. C. STEARNS V. S. TILLEY T. C. THOMPSON C. B. VAN ANTWERP J. B. YOUNG R. LEWRIGHT M. S. COLORING G. W. GARDNER M. L. NIEHUSS W. H. MARTIN Four Hundred Eighty-one THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I92I Canadian Club of University of Michigan OFFICERS WILFRED R. LAURIE ARCHIE D. McDoNALD DANIEL C. MACKINNON BRUCE A. IRWIN CECIL H. RUBY THOMAS G. LAWTON DOUGLAS G. KERR J President . 1st. Vice President 2nd. Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sergeants at Arms HONORARY MEMBERS PROF. WILLIAM G. SMEATON MR. WILLIAM H. VEATMAN MR. NORMAN H. ANNING PROF. ARTHUR E. BOAK PROF. STEPHEN LEACOCK PROF. JESSE S. REEVES NORMAN H. ANNING HAROLD S. ARNER THOMAS E. BAILEY EDWIN M. BERESFORD JAMES A. BERESFORD DONALD E. BROWN G. DONALD CLARKE STANLEY F. COPP R. ELLERY DYMENT DONALD S. DOUGLAS HAROLD B. FENECH FRED M. HARLEY FRED M. HARVEY HENRY O. HERD GEORGE A. HOLMES ACTIVE MEMBERS FRED A. HORN GEORGE I. HUTCHESON EARNEST R. JOHNSON DOUGLAS G. KERR WALTER F. KING ALAN F. KING THOMAS G. LAWTON WILFRED R. LAURIE EDWARD C. McCosB DANIEL S. MACKINNON STEWART E. MCLAREN ROBERT McLEAN G. N. MERRILL WESLEY L. MURRAY ARCHIE D. MCDONALD DOUGLAS F. PARK JOHN E. PICKARD MORLEY M. PlGGOT MERFIN L. POOLE KARL F. RINDELHARDT CECIL H. RUBY HARRY A. RUSKIN WILLIAM A. SPINDLER EDWARD R. STALIKER WILLIAM J. TAYLOR W ' lLLIAM A. TuRNBULL HOWARD B. WELCH EARL C. WHITE EYRA L. WHITE Four Hundred Eighty-two THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 ? T 1 f. v l. f yf f f I U. S. Marine Club OFFICERS ALFRED F. HIRTH PAUL W. GORDON CHRIS YOUNGJOHN . G. M. GALE . ROBERT A. ANDERSON E. W. BATTY LINCOLN J. CARTER FRANCIS E. CHADWICK CHRIS. 0. CHRISTENSON FRANCIS J. CLARK HOWARD L. COOPER WILBUR F. DAVIS M. L. DE VRIES EARL T. DURBIN HAROLD D. GOLDS WILLIAM C. HICKS R. A. HOOT T. O. MALSTONE ALFRED H. RANDALL ROBERT E. REID PAUL K. READ ROBERT B. RICHARDSON HOWARD E. ROWSE EDWARD E. RUZICKA President Vice President Treasurer Secretary RAYMOND V. SMITH ELMER L. STEVENSON W. L. STODDARD LAMONT SWANSON NEWMAN W. WHITE BEN W . WINTER CHRIS. M. YOUNGJOHN HENRY B. TIBBITTS RAY H. GILDER J. J. GUADAGNE H. H. GRAY f. W. VAN VALKENBURG H. R. DEAN J. F. SEEWERKER G. F. YOUNG NELS A. ULSETH SCHUYLER L. SAVAGE LLOYD A. W T ERTMAN ARTHUR ROGGEN Four Hundred Eighty-three THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States RICHARD N. HALL Richard N. Hall Post 422 Up on the mountains fog was hanging over Hartmanns when word was brought to us that Richard Hall had fallen on the Field of Honor. Gentlemen at home, you who tremble with concern at over-run puts, who bristle at your partner ' s play at auction, who grow hoarse at football games, know that among you was one who played for higher goals the lives of other men. There, in the small hours of Christmas morning, when mountain fought mountain on that hard-bitten pass under the pines of the Vosgian steeps, there fell a very modest and valiant gentleman. Dick Hall, we who knew you, worked with you, played with you, ate with you, slept with you, we who took pleasure in your company, in your modesty, in your gentle manners, in your devotion and in your youth- we still pass that spot, and we salute. Our breath comes quicker, our eyes grow dimmer, we grip the wheel a little tighter we pass better and stronger men. Section Sanitaire Americaine No. 3 American Ambulance Field Service in France. Moosch, Alsace, December 27, 1915. W. V. R. GILBERT, ' 22E W. W. GOWER, ' 23 B. F. FIELD, ' 21 . B. W. BURBRIDGE, ' 23 H. COCHRAN, ' 22 H. C. MATTHEWS, ' 21 N. K. CHAMBERLAIN, ' 22E G. M. GALE, ' 23!, . B. F. HAUSMAN, ' 24E G. A. R. SCHUSTER, ' 21 . A. L. McCAFFERY, ' 23 DR. C. C. WALCOTT . Four Hundred Eighty-four POST OFFICERS Commander Senior Vice Commander Junior Vice Commander Adjutant Quartermaster Chaplain Officer of the Day- Officer oj the Guard Sergeant Major . Quartermaster Sergeant Post Historian Post Surgeon THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 Muster Roll DR. Louis P. HALL, D.D.S., HONORARY MEMBER ABELL, H. Q. DURBIN, J. M. ISAMINGER, M. P. POHN, A. B. ALDRICH, G. F. EATON, P. W. ISBISTER, G. H. PORTER, S. D. ALLEN, H. J. EDDY, B. H. JESSUP, C. P. POTTS, O. A. ANDERSON, R. ELESON, E. R. JOHNSON, G. W. RAMSEY, H. E. APPELHOF, G. ELLISON, C. D. JOHNSON, W. J. RANFT, H. J. APPLEBEE, W. T. ELLSWORTH, C. S. JOHNSTON, C. K. REDNER, J. A. ARTHUR, R. EUSTROM, H. H. KAMMERER, C. W. REID, R. E. BALL, R. B. FAIRFIELD, A. KEARNEY, A. REIGELMAN, L. BANCROFT, W. J. FENWICK, L. L. KELLER, P. H. RHODES, M. P. BANK, T. P. FIELD, B. F. KELLEY, O. A. RICHARDSON, R. B. BARKMAN, F. J. FOSTER, L. S. KELLOGG, R. B. RICHMOND, D. M. BARNETT, J. L. FREEBORN, G. C. KERR, J. P. ROHAN, M. J. BEAVER, W. B. FREY, JAMES G. KERR, R. B. ROHNS, H. G. BEBAU, J. J. FURLONG, H. A. KlNYON, H. ROSKOSKEY, S. J. BENSON, G. T. FUSTINSON, H. W. KUSTERER, M. J. ROWE, H. D. BELL, H. M. GALE, G. M. LAROUCHE, F. W. ROWE, J. R. BEVINGTON, H. G. GALLAGHER, F. T. LAIN, D. SATTERTHWAITE,|.C. BLAKE, A. E. GARDNER, WM. LAKE, O. W. SCHLEUTER, W. A. BLOCK, H. H. GERRIE, T. E. LASHA, S. S. SCHULTZ, A. L. BONNER, G. . GIBSON, D. G. LAVENS, J. G. SCHUSTER, G. A. R. BOOTH, B. G. GILBERT, W. VAN R. LAWTON, J. P. SHIELDS, J. S. BOUTELL, N. D. GLASGOW, J. B. LIDDICOAT, R. T. SHIPPAM, W. BRANNAN, R. C. GLEW, H. H. LINTON, R. C. SHRINER, W. O. BRAYBROOKS, WM. GOLINSKI, S. W. LOCKE, A. B. SLOANAKER, H. L. BRUMM, D. H. GOULD, L. M. LORANGER, S. D. SMITH, B. D. BUCHANAN, A. B. GOULDER, B. S. LOTT, G. M. SMITH, C. H. BUCKNER, G. H. GOWER, W. W. LOWE, W. F. SNOW, L. G. BURBRIDGE, B. W. GREEN, P. B. LUTH, C. H. SPEER, A. W. BUTLER, C. E. GRUBAUGH, L. E. MADDEN, C. L. SPIER, J. E. BUTLER, R. M. HABERMAN, R. MARCY, G. H. STARKE, E. BYLAND, N. 0. HAGUE, R. F. MARSTON, S. STODDARD, W. L. CANRIGHT, C. M. HANNA, M. E. MAST, E. F. SWEENEY, J. P. CARPENTER, H. R. HANSON, J. G. MASTERS, R. W. TAYLOR, W. H. CARROLL, E. M. HARRIS, 0. B. MATTHEWS, H. C. THOM, C. W. CASE, R. B. HAUSMAN, B. F. AIlLLER, B. UTLEY, F. H. CASWELL, W. W. HAYDEN, J. R. MILLER, C. R. WALTERS, F. L. CHAMBERLAIN, H.G. HAZEL, J. K. MILNE, A. H. WARNER, C. S. CHAMBERLAIN, N.K. HEATH, B. L. MOORE, R. S. WEAVER, W. CHAPMAN, G. C. HECKERT, J. K. McCAFFERY, A. L. WHELAN, L. P. CHRISTENSON, C. O. HEMENWAY, E. L. McCLATCHER, R. WHITTAKER, T. A. CHRISTMAN, L. R. HERMAN, C. E. McCoRMACK, J. J. WHITTAKER, R. R. CLARK, H. D. HILTON, O. R. MCDONALD, C. R. WILKINS, K. D. COATES, A. E. HINDES, J. W. MCDONALD, J. W. WlLLEMIN, H. E. COCHRAN, H. HIRTH, A. C. McKlNNEY, T. B. WILLIAMS, L. R. COLE, L. S. HOCKING, W. McPHEE, A. V. WOHLWEND, L. F. COOK, V. H. HOORN, F. W. NAHIKIAN, D. M. WOLCOTT, DR. C. C. COUGHLIN, F. H. HORNBERGER, D. J. NELSON, N. C. WOLFE, T. H. DEAN, H. R. HOSTETTLER, H. D. NEWELL, J. F. WOLFE, S. H. DETWYLER, M. HOSTRUP, J. W. NICHOLS, A. O. WOODS, H. A. DEVENDORF,C.VAN R.HOWARD, W. J.. O ' HARA, E. M. WRIGHT, Q. L. DICKINSON, J. C. HUMPHREY, H. D. PARKER, H. A. WYNN, F. F. DONALDSON, L. F. HUNTER, T. F. PEARS, D. R. YOUNG, F. E. DONNELLY, C. H. IREY, P. R. PETERSON, E. W. YOUNG, P. N. PGANCK, G. E. Four Hundred Eighty-five THE -MICHIGANENS1AN- 1921 -I - I? Four Hundred Eiglily-.n, FRATERNITIES THE-MICHIGANENSlAN-1921 General Fraternities In the order of their establishment at the University of Michigan CHI Psi ALPHA DELTA PHI DELTA KAPPA EPSILON SIGMA PHI ...... ZETA Psi . Psi UPSILON ..... BETA THETA Pi, 1845, re-established PHI KAPPA Psi .... DELTA UPSILON ..... SIGMA CHI .... DELTA TAU DELTA, 1874, re-established PHI DELTA THETA, 1864, re-established SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON THETA DELTA CHI DELTA CHI .... KAPPA SIGMA ' . SIGMA Nu .... PHI GAMMA DELTA, 1885, re-established SINFONIA ...... ALPHA TAU OMEGA, 1888, re-establ ' shed ACACIA ...... PHI KAPPA SIGMA ALPHA SIGMA PHI ZETA BETA TAU . . . SIGMA PHI EPSILON . . . . KAPPA BETA Psi LAMBDA CHI ALPHA . . . . ALPHA BETA PHI (BETA PHI) PHI SIGMA KAPPA .... PHI SIGMA DELTA THETA CHI . . . . . KAPPA Nu ...... HERMITAGE . . . . . DELTA SIGMA PHI 1845 1846 1855 1858 1858 1865 1867 187? 1876 1877 1880 1887 1888 1889 1892 1892 1902 1902 1902 1904 1904 1905 1908 1912 1912 1912 1913 1913 1915 1916 1919 1919 1919 1920 General Fraternity Rushing Rules Adopted by the Inter-Fraternity Conference ARTICLE ONE Section I. No prospective matriculate or freshman shall be pledged to any fraternity prior to the tenth day preceding the opening day of the college year in which he matriculates. Section 2. All pledging must be done in Ann Arbor. Section 3. 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. ARTICLE Two Section I. No student shall be initiated into a fraternity unless such student has received, either: (A). Eleven (u) hours of credit earned in one semester in this University with a grade of at least " C " in each course constituting said eleven (n) hours credit. (B). Or has received an average grade of " C " in all his courses taken during one semester in this University, provided that the courses taken amount to thirteen (13) hours of work. ARTICLE THREE Section I. The failure of any pledgeman to fulfill the above 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. Four Hundred Eighty-seven I THE-MICH1GANENSIAN-19-2I Chi Psi ALPHA EPSILOX Established in 1845 FRATRES IX FACULTATE WALDO MACK ABBOTT, LL.B, A.B., ' n FRATRES IX URBE Louis PAUL BUCKLEY, LL.B., A.E., ' 03 GUY LANSDELL WOOLFOLK, A.B., A.E., ' 14 HARRY SEGER SI.IFER, A.M., J.D.. A.E., ' i i LEE EVFREIT JOSLYN, JR., A.E., ' 17 Ross XOBLE WETHERBEE, I.iTT.B., A.E., ' 18 FRATRES IX UXIYERSITATE ROBERT EDWIN McKEAN JOSEPH WINTERS CUMMINCS RICHARD GRANVILLE CREEDON 1921 RICHARD QUIGLEY ROBERT EMERSON SWART ALFRED Louis MAY EDWARD TAYLOR IVES, JR. KENNETH MERCEREAU DAVENPORT STEWART TAFT BEACH CHARLES MACMILLAN GREEN FREDERICK STEWART RANDALL DAVID MIDDLETON KENNEDY, JR. FRANK ELMER CAMP IQ22 1923 RANSOM MILES SHERMAN HUNTER GILL GRIFFITH FITZHUGH LEE BREWER GEORGE HERBERT LONGSTAFF GEORGE LEO BANZHAF ALLAN HUTTON REEKIE RENAUD SHERWOOD THOMAS ARTHURS BELKNAP DANIEL HARTLEY SINCLAIR HARRY EDWARD MILES JOHN CLIFFORD HANNA WILLIAM CHARLES VALENTINE XORMAN CLARK KOLB CHARLES JOHNSON MOCK COLEMAN MOCK CHAUNCEY LAMAR BRACE EDWARD LATHROP BRANSON, JR. ROBERT WEYMOUTH WILKINS JAMES EUGENE DUFFY, JR. 1924 GORDON EDWIN STRASSBURGER THOMAS BLACKBURN WHEATLEY FRANK EUGENE HAWLEY CHARLES EDWARD BLODGETT JOHN McWniNNEY TREBLE Four Hundred Eighty-eight THE MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 CM Founded at Union College in 184.1 BRACE BLODGETT WHEATLEY DUFFY C. J. MOCK C. MOCK BRANSON HAWLEY RANDALL SHERMAN VALENTINE WILKINS STRASSBURGER D. KENNEDY HANNA SHERWOOD SINCLAIR BANZHAF GREEN CAMP KOLB REEKIE BEACH MAY SWART DAVENPORT BELKNAP MILES CUMMINGS GRIFFITH CREEDON LONGSTAFF McKsAN BREWER WETHERBEE JOSLYN Four Hundred Eighty-nine I THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 Alpha Delta Phi PENINSULAR CHAPTER Established in 1846 FRATRES IN FACULTATE HARRY B. HUTCHINS, PHB., LLD. HENRY M. BATES, PH.D., LL.D. WILLIAM H. Burrs, A.M. ROBERT C. CRANE, A.B., PH.D.,LL.D JESSE S. REEVES, B.S., Pn.D. EVANS HOLBROOK, A.B., LL.D. CHAUNCEY H. SHEARER, ' 79 FRATRES IN URBE CARL C. WARDEN, ' 92 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE WILLIAM CHAUNCEY ABBOTT TRUMAN MILLER BIGELOW LEROY ERNEST SWIFT THOMAS HAMMOND ADAMS JAMES MOSELY CROSBY, JR. THOMAS FOLCER CUSHING EDWIN BARBOUR HENRY THOMAS CRAIG FERGUSON, JR. 1921 JOHN McApFEE WINTERS, JR. WILLIAM HARVEY INGHAM ILLIAM HARCOURT JOHNSTONE HOWARD GRANGER FISHACK WILLIS MARTIN KELLEY GORDON LOUD WILLIAM GRAVES CLOUGH SHARP FRANK WALLDER STEKETEE JOHN STEKETEE CARL FOLGER CUSHING JOHN LEROC DAVIS DAVID MACTAGGART DONALD REED MC. RTHUR 1923 JOHN LORENZO WALTER THOMAS BEVERLEY MOORE WILLIS CULVER RICHARDS GEORGE ASHLEY SCHEMM JOHN GIDEON SEARLE RICHARD WEBSTER BACHMANN ERNEST SALLING CORNWEI.L MOREAU STEPHEN CROSBY II JOHN HENRY EDWARDS JOHN NOBLE WARREN 1924 BERNARD DAVID HOLBROOK ABNER LEECH ROE HENRY RIPLEY SCHEMM HENRY WINSTON SLAUGHTER PAUL DEE SPEER Four Hundred A inety THE- MICH IGANENS1AN-1 921 Founded at Hamilton College in 1832 McARTHURG. SCHEMM DAVIS WALTER IACTAGCART RlCHARDS MoORE C. Cl.TSHINC SEARLE ADAMS FERGUSON SHARP ! ' . STEKETEE WINTERS J. CROSBY T. GUSHING KEI.LEY LOUD J. STEKETEE ABBOTT JOHNSTONE INGHAM BIGELOW SWIFT HENRY HOLBROOK R. SCHEMM BACHMANN CROSBY SLAUGHTER WARREN EDWARDS CORNWELL ROE Hundred A inet -one THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 I Delta Kappa Epsilon OMICRON CHAPTER Established in 1855 FRATRFS IN UNIVERSITATF. 1918 THOMAS F. MCALLISTER STILES C. SMITH JAMES V. CAMPBELL ROBERT B. ANGELI. GEORGE DUFFIELD HUGH V. HITCHCOCK JOHN I. DAKIN EDWIN D. KAY 1920 ROBERT COOK 1921 ROBERT F. GRINDLEY 1922 FORD ARCHER HINCHMAN, JR. EDWARD A. HUNTER JOHN M. BULKLEY JOHN D. BRISCOE FRANCIS L. TILDEN S. DOUGLAS FLOOD, JR. RICHARD B. MARSHALL 1923 F.BENEZER BUSHNELL HAYDN PALMER HARRY L. PARKER A. CLARK BENNETT V. KENNETH RINDGE CHARLES H. MURCHISON ALBERT F. SCHIRMER 1924 MORRIS J. MUZZY YENNER E. BRACE ARTHUR B. DAVIDSON PAUL R. REED G. TYLER MARSHALL, JR. WINFIELD H. ROGERS JOEL C. STERLING Four Hundred A inety-ttvo THE MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 Telta ftappa Epsilon Founded at Yale College in 1844 STERLING BULKLEY REED ROGERS MUZZY BRISCOE FLOOD TILDEN DAVIDSON BRACE HUNTER HINCHMAN G. T. MARSHALL RINDGE HITCHCOCK KAY R. B. MARSHALL MURCHISON SCHIRMER DAKIN COOK BENNETT ANGELL DUFFIELD PARKER GRINDLEY BUSHNELL Four Hundred Ninety-three I rHE-MICHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 Sigma Phi ALPHA OF MICHIGAN Established in 1858 FRATRES IN URBE MORTIMER ELWYN COOLEY CHARLES ARTHUR HOWELL EGMONT GOETZ HILDXER EDWARD DE VITT KINNE JAMES VAN DYKE WILLCOX DE VITT CLINTON MILI.EN FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CHARLES OSCAR WILSON 1920 GEORGE RICHARD LARWILL DONALD KNIGHT MIRRIELEES GEORGE HOLMES RODERICK MAXWELL MILES GRYLLS ROBERT FREDERICK BARIE BUCKLEY CUTLER ROBBINS SAMUEL JAMES McCoRMicK HOWELL NEWBOLD TYSON RAYMOND CLARK LEONARD JULIAN ELLIS MACK JOHN ALEXANDER BOWEN 1921 FREDERIC LATTA SMITH 1922 192.5 1924 DURBAN ALFRED LONCENECKER GAYLORD HUSTON STUART ALEXANDER FRASER JOHN ROBERT SUTTON BYRON P ' RANCIS DARNTON JOHN EKIN DINWIDDIE JOHN AVERY BILLINGS HENRY EARLE MAURICE WARD WOOD Four Hundred Ninety-four THE-MICHIGANENSIAN -1921 Founded in 1827 I . : . w j McCoRMICK RoBBINS DlNWIDDIE GRYLLS FRASER MlRRIELEES LONGENECKER RODERICK BILLINGS LEONARD WOOD BUTTON DARNTON TYSON HUSTON BARIE SMITH WILSON LARWILL MACK BOWEN EARLE Fonr Hundred Ninety-five THE-MICH1GANENSIAN-1921 ! V Zeta Psi XI CHAPTER ' Established in 1858 FRATRES IN FACULTATE HERBERT L. CROSS, ' oo PHILLIP C. BURSLEY, ' 02 WILBUR E. BROTHERTON, ' 14 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE EZRA WILLIAM LOCKWOOD, A.B. CHALMER CLINE TAYLOR, A.B. CHARLES VIRGIL HICKS ROBERT BARRY BIGELOW ARCHIBALD GIBSON WENLEY THOMAS DOANE HINSHAW FREDERICK RAY STORRER WILLIAM HORACE WAGGONER ADDISON PORTER COOK GEORGE FARNAM STONE JOHN HILTON BRITTON JOHN WALLACE PAGE THORNTON W. SARGENT 1919 1921 1922 LOTHROP PERKINS BULL FRANCIS LIVINGSTON SMITH WENDELL PHILLIPS MOORE IRWIN CHARLES UTERITZ CHARLES C. CHAPPLE, JR. RAYMOND CASSIDY WILLIAM THOMPSON WHITE Four Hundred Ninety-six STUART STANDISH 1923 1924 PERRIN HAMILTON LONG CHARLES CHAPIN TERRY, JR. MELVIN JOSEPH CASSIDY J. ALLEN BUMPUS EMERSON MARLOWE STEVENS F.VERARD FURGUSON PERKINS RICHARD HOVEY LEONARD FREDERICK ALDEN BRADFORD DANIEL P. KEARNEY HAROLD ELLICOT STAFFORD CLARK RUSSELL WARREN H. WIBERT SPENCE, JR. JOHN CRAWFORD FROST R. FRANK MCFADDEN COURTLAND K. LARNED MuRDOCK MULHOLLAND ELLWOOD N. JOHNSON EDWIN FRANK RITCHIE THOMAS S. EDWARDS CHARLES JEROME MERRILL ' SI- Founded at University of New York in UTERITZ BULL McpADDEN SMITH JOHNSON MULHOLLAND STANDISH MOORE LARNED SARGENT FROST PAGE WARREN STAFFORD SPENCE STONE BRITTON TERRY HlNSHAW BlGELOW M. CASSIDY STORRER PERKINS WENLEY TAYLOR CoOK LEONARD BRADFORD LOCKWOOD HICKS BUMPUS WAGGONER STEVENS R. CASSIDY EDWARDS WHITE MERRILL CHAPPLE RITCHIE Four Hundred Ninety-seven THE -MICH IGANENS AN -19-2 1 Psi Upsilon PHI CHAPTER Established in 1865 FRATRES IN FACULTATE GEORGE W. PATTERSON, JR., A.M., B.S.. BETA, ' 84 HENRY FOSTER ADAMS, PH.D., Xi, ' 05 FRANCIS W. KELSEY, PH.D., UPSILON, ' 80 GEORGE G. BROWN, ' 17 FRATRES IN URBE FRANK I. CORNWALL, IOTA, ' 98 CHARLES W. GRAHAM, OMICRON, ' 10 CHRISTIAN N. MACK, PHI, ' 16 NATHAN S. POTTER, Phi, ' 08 FREDERICK R. WALDRON ' 97 DANIEL F. ZIMMERMAN, Phi, ' 01 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE WARD CULVER PAUL EATON CARLTOK FINKBEINER CHARLES IRVIN ALBERT JACOBS RICHARD KHUEN. Ill FREDERICK LATTNER MASON BARR JOHN BOLTON FRANK COTTER EDGAR FLINTERMAN JOHN LANE GUY MOULTHROP RALPH BACKUS WILLIAM COLBURN JOSEPH CRABBE SMITH BOLTON THOMAS CRABBE WILLIAM MARSTON HAROLD NUTTING Four Hundred Ninety-eight 1920 THOMAS UNDERWOOD 1921 FREDERICK WORCESTER 1923 SIDNEY MOELLER JOHN McCALMONT RAWSON ROBBINS CEILAN RORICK JAMES SPENCE HOWARD WEEKS BEN WILSON WILLIAM NORRIS HARRY PARSONS BOWEN SCHUMACHER ROBERT SMART JAMES WITKER FRANK WEBBER GUY WEDTHOFF 1924 PROSSER WATTS PAUL DUNAKIN WILLIAM HETTRICK JOHN MULHERON JOSEPH SHAW HUGH SMITH SHERMAN SPITZER EDWARD WEADOCK THE -MICH1GANENSIAN- 1921 si (Jpsilon Founded at Union College in 1831 3 t W T - A, j SMART HETTRICK WEDTHOFF MULHERON DUNAKIN COLBURN CRABBE MCCALLUM BARR MOULTHROP WEBBER SCHMACHER PARSONS WITKER LANE FLINTERMAN COTTER MORRIS WILSON IRVIN ROBBINS LATTNER KHUEN JACOBS WEEKS RORICK FINKBEINER SPENCE BACKUS MOELLER KERR UNDERWOOD CULVER G. WEADOCK COBBS MCCALMONT EATON T. CRABBE SMITH SHAW BOLTON NUTTING WATTS MARSTON SPITZER E. WEADOCK Four Hundred Ninety-nine w 80 ffi w 86 I fl Beta Theta Pi LAMBDA CHAPTER Established 184; Re-established in 1867 EARL W. Dow, A.B., ' 91 FRANK E. ROBBINS, PH.D., M.E., ' 06 FRATRES IN FACULTATE WILLIAM W. WAITT, PH.D., ' 79 ALLAN S. WHITNEY, A.B., ' 85 JUNIUS E. BEAL, ' 82 J. J. GOODYEAR, ' 84 WARD W. HARRIMAN HARRY B. MACCALLUM JOHN C. SMITH ROLAND B. RUST FREDERICK H. LAUDER ROLLIN E. DRAKE, JR. FREDERICK B. WICKHAM MAXWELL F. BADGLEY EDWARD J. ELLIOTT RALPH R. BRUCH LAWRENCE W. SNELL, JR. ROBERT V " . V. RICE JAMES A. RUSSELL BRUCE C. CHANDLER WARD E. CAREY JOHN D. MILLIS Five Hundred FRATRES IN URBE DWIGHT H. RAMSDELL, ' 86 WELLINGTON H. TINKER, ' 89 EDWIN R. PARKER, ' 96 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JOHN B. TRIMBLE LEWIS H. MATTERN PARKS A. NUTTER MERRITT BRUCH RAYMOND CAMERON 1921 CHARLES L. MACCALLUM JOHN L. HANLEY WILLIAM S. CLARKSON GEORGE W. ATHEY 1922 IVAN GRAHAM EDWARD H. YOST STANLEY S. KRESGE 1923 DONALD M. RANKIN FREDERICK A. BROSSY CHARLES L. GREENWAY WALTER FISK 1924 FREDERICK T. MOORE, JR. BURR L. ROBBINS KENNETH O. KERR EUGENE S. CLARKSON, JR. ELMER E. BEAL, ' 94 LEONARD H. BARRETT, ' 89 LESTER SANDERS ROBERT FITZGERALD WALDO G. HARBERT THOMAS H. SPAIN CHARLES CURTIS RAYMOND DEMOTT SMITH BERTRAND H. BRONSON DWIGHT P. JOYCE W. CYRUS RICE, III WEST H. GALLOGLY OTIS T. GRAHAM WILLIAM H. SCHWARTZ JOSEPH R. STADFIELD RAYMOND J. ROTH JAMES A. RICE WILLIAM K. GALBRAITH BeteL Tketa " Pi Founded at Miami in 1839 RUSSELL BROSSY FISKE SNELL R. RICE SCHWARTZ RANKIN O.GRAHAM STADFIELD GALLOGLY KRESGE ELLIOTT YOST C. RICE BRUCH I. GRAHAM SMITH BRONSON DRAKE JOYCE WICKHAM HANLEY BADGLEY ATHEY CHANDLER GALBRAITH CARY MOORE J. RICE ROTH KERR MILLIS Five Hundred One THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 Phi Kappa Psi MICHIGAN ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1875 FRATRES IN FACULTATE JOHN ROBERT EFFINGER, Pn.D. EDWARD HENRY KRAUS, PH.D. DR. CHRISTOPHER G. PARNALL, A.B., M.D. WILLIAM McKEE GERMAN, A.B.,M.S. PHILIP GEORGE BARTELME CLAIRE FROST LYNAM, A.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE HAROLD ELLS COVERT, ' 19 ROBERT ATLEE CURRAN, ' 20 ELWYN GEORGE DAVIES WILLIS DAVID STINSON PETER MUIR PENICK STUART BRAINARD SMITH WOODBURN BARNES WALBRIDGE CYRENUS GARRETT DARLING ROBERT JEROME DUNNE BRUCE BUICK VAN DUSEN JOHN GORDON HILL 1921 1922 CHARLES ALFRED HUMMER ARNOLD ALAMANZO PIATT WARD KELLEY CONOVER JOSEPH MAY CHASE 1923 FLOYD SCHAGER SANDERS, ' 19 GERALD WILLIAM FROEMKE, ' 20 HARRY ALBERT ATWOOD ELMER HARDY LUTHER Louis CLARK PAISLEY GRATTAN LAUDER ROURKE CARL EDWIN HAMMOND HUGH EDWARD WILSON WILLIAM PHILLIPS CAMPBELL BREWSTER PHILLIPS CAMPBELL ROBERT CASS VAIL EDWARD SNOVER REID HOWARD HARLEY RICH HARRY JAMES WALKER, JR. JAMES HUNTINGTON PATTON CORNELL EBENFZER WALBRIDCE JAMES HENDRY PRENTIS GEORGE EDWARD GLOVER 1924 PAUL DAVIS MC ULTY Gus CARLTON HILL KENNETH CHANDLER COOMBS MILO EDWARD OLIPHANT Five Hundred Two m THE ' MICHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 T lii Kappa Tsi Founded at Jeffrrson College in 1852 t; ft t MI PIATT HUMMER REID CONOVER WALKER PATTON RICH WILSON DARLING DUNNE CAMPBELL VAIL HILL VAN DUSEN CHASE WALBRIDGE ROURKE PENICK ATWOOD FROEMKE COVERT SANDERS SMITH CURRAN PAISLEY STINSON DAVIES LUTHER HAMMOND GLOVER OTTE McNuLTY COOMBS HILL PRENTISS WALBRIGDE OLIPHANT Five Hundred Three Delta Upsilon MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established in 1876 FRATRES IN FACULTATF ARTHUR LYON CROSS, PH.D., HARVARD, ' 95 JACOB ELLSWORTH REIGHARD, PH.D., ' 92 JOSEPH HORACE DRAKE, PH.D., LL. B., ' 85 WILFRED BYRON SHAW, A.B., ' 04 WALTER BURTON FORD, A.M., M.D., ' 98 " PHILIP HADLEY, PH.D., M.D., BROWN, ' 03 CLARENCE L. MEADER, PH.D., ' 91 FRANCIS BULKLEY VEDDER, A.M., D.D.S., ' 17 HARRISON MCALLISTER RANDALL, PH.D., ' 92 CLEMENT H. MARSHALL, M.D., ' 15 FRATRES IN URBE ALBERT E. GREENE, PH.D., C.E., ' 95 HARRY MACK HAWLEY, A.B., ' 15 HENRY WEED NICHOLS, ' 98 MERRITT MATTISON HAWKSHURST, M.D., ' 98 ARTHUR WILLIAM STALKER, A.B., ' 84 GEORGE HUNTINGTON BROWN, ' 84 HORACE GREELY PRETTYMAN, A.B., ' 85 EDWIN JAY HUNTINGTON, C.E., ' 19 JOSEPH H. DRAKE, A.B., ' 16, M.E., ' 17 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE LESTER E. WATERBURY, Phi Delta Phi ALAN W. BOYD, Phi Delta Phi JAMES I. McCLiNTOCK, Phi Delta Phi Douglas Clapperton, Phi Alpha Delta GEORGE F. GREEN, Phi Rho Sigma JAMES CRAMPTON FINN ROBERT G. YERKES JOHN R. REILLY MORGAN RAMSEY JOHN R. GARDNER PIERCE McLouTH RICHARD G. BROMFIELD GAYLARD F. LAFER RICHARD B. SCHEURMANN FREDERICK WALKEM L. GRANT BALDWIN, JR. ROBERT D. GIBSON SAMUEL M. SUTTER WILLIAM W. OTTOWAY DAVID E. MCLLVEN HAROLD M. SLATER LAUREN P. STOKESBERRY WILLIAM T. COLLIER 1921 PHILIP W. SCHNORBACH 1922 HARRY DIXON WELLINGTON T. URCH CHARLES M. DRAKE ROBERT L. DRAKE DEAN W. TITUS JAMES COMIN LLOYD JOHNSON 1923 1924 FREDERICK NOVY FRAZEUR S. SLATER HOWARD S. TILTON ALEXANDER Y. MALCOMSON CHARLES W. MCLLVEN JOHN Ross RIFORD CLAYTON B. SEAGEARS LINCOLN J. CARTER EDWARD C. McCoBB CHARLES E. SCHEARER WILLIAM CLORE JAMES E. BERESFORD DONALD NIXON Five Hundred Four 1Pi8 v psil on Founded at Williams College in 1834 I BALDWIN OTTAWAYSUTTER C. McELLVEN GIBSON RIFORD CARTER SEAGEARS TILTON MALCOLMSON LAFER F. SLATER BRONFIELD JOHNSON SCHEURMAN REILLY McLouTH DIXON C. DRAKE WALKEM URCH FINN RAMSEY TITUS YERKES SCHNORBACH GARDNER R. DRAKE BERESFORD NIXON H. SLATER Now CLORE D. MCLLVEN COLLIER McCoBB STOKESBERRY SHEARER Five Hundred Five THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 Sigma Chi THETA THETA CHAPTER Established in 1877 FRATRES IN FACULTATE FRED M. TAYLOR, ' 76 LEWIS M. GRAM, ' 01 HENRY C. ANDERSON, ' 97 FRATRES IN URBE FIELDING H . YOST, ' 97 DURAND W. SPRINGER, " 08 CARL EBERBACH, ' 14X1 CURT PAUL SCHNEIDER, ' 24 I J. GRIFFITH HAYS, ' 11 ALBERT H. STONEMAN, ' 97 CARL M. SMITH, ' 04 PAUL M. MOORE, ' 22 1 NAVARRE PHILLIP MARENTAY, ' 24M LEWIS A. STONEMAN, ' 94L FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE WALKER H. MILLS, ' 16 E. DONALD WITT KARL ADAMS DIETRICH KENNETH GIBSON BLOUGH WAYNE KELLY DAVIDSON CHARLES EDWARD HOFFER WILLIAM JOHN MENKE ROBERT MCMASTER WINSLOW HARRY JOSEPH BYRNE J. PHILIP BREWER ALFRED CARROL HIRTH JOHN FLETCHER LARKIN 1921 1922 1923 1924 RONALD MALLOCH SCHRODER HERBERT WILLIAMS HOYT NEWTON MELVILLE FORSYTHE JAMES SMITH CLARKE CHARLES KENCHEBE WALDEN GEORGE TYLER TOWNLEY GEORGE I. MURPHY, ' 16 HERMAN J. DE LANO LAKE ERIE RARIDEN ALLEN BOLTER SUNDERLAND CARL CLARKE HUBACH RICHARD ELLIOTT GALE ROBERT SWAIN PEARE LEWIS HARLAN STONEMAN KEITH MALCOLM SCHRODER EDWARD PAUL REILLY THAIN L. FARLEY KIRK S. WHITE CHARLES STEDMAN HOVER EUGENE EMERSON WHITEHILL JOHN PINKERTON BERNARD DONALD KINGSLEY ROBERT BRIGHAM MITCHELL Five Hundred Six THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 Sigma CHi Founded in 1865 FORSYTHE R. SCHROEDER CLARK HoVER BERNARD WALDEN ToWNLEY HoYT FARLEY WHITE WINSLOW LARKIN MITCHELL BYRNE STONEMAN -BREWER REII.LY K. SCHROEDER HUBACH PEARE MENKE GALE SUNDERLAND HIRTH MILLS RARIDEN WITT DELANO BLOUGH MURPHY HOFFER DAVIDSON Fire Hundred Seven Delta Tau Delta DELTA CHAPTER Established in 1874 FRATRES IN FACULTATE RALPH H. CURTISS, PH.D. XED R. SMITH, A.M., D.P.H. JOHN ALEXANDER, A.M., M.D. FLOYD E. BARTELL, PH.D. ARTHUR H. BLANCHARD, C.E., A.M. HoBART H. VVlLLARD, PH.D. FRATRES IN URBE ROBERT C. MACKENSIE WARREN H. FLORER, Pn.D. S. D. INGHAM EMERSON GEORGE P. MCCALLUM FRED W. SHAFER STEWART E. DOOLITTLE ROBERT S . BUOL EARL McKiNLEY, A.B. F. P. ARTHUR, D.D. J. BARNES FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE HFNRY BRAND BRADNER D. WHEELER CALVIN G. WETZEL HOBART SMITH RICHARD O. FISCHER NATHAN SHIELDS GEORGE CLIPPERT WENDELL HANSELMAN ROSCOE SPANNAGEI. ROBERT BERNARD BERNARD KIRK ROBERT YOUNG JACK PAGE HERBERT FLORER 1921 1922 1923 RALPH HUDSON 1924 GEORGE M. GILMORE EDWARD USHER HENRY MARTIN BERNARD SHIRK LELAND WATERS HARRY SIEGEL W ' ALTER SIMMONS NATHAN ROBERTSON ANDREW KINCANNON HARRY CLARK CHESTER HESS CLARENCE LOCKHART HAZEN HATCH ROBERT WARE PALMER TEELE Five Hundred Eight qjelta Founded at Bethany College in JOHNSTON HANSELMAN SPANNAGLE BERNARD ROBERTSON KINCANNON CLARK SIMMONS CLIPPERT HESS SIEGEL MARTIN WATERS USHER SHIELDS FISCHER GILMORE WHEELER SMITH SHIRK BRAND ETZEL KIRK HATCH YOUNG EXCEL TEELE PARE WARE Five Hundred Nine THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 N Phi Delta Theta MICHIGAN ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1864 Re-established in 1887 HENRY A. SANDERS, PH.D. ALBERT E. WHITE, A.B. EARL V. MOORE, A.B. WALTER STEPHENSON ATHOL B. THOMPSON RALPH PETERSON- SIDNEY C. MC!NTOSH GLEN BE AX FRATRES IN FACULTATE FRATRES IN URBE CHARLES W. EDMUNDS, A.B., M.D. ERMINE W. CASE, PH.D. GUY M. WHIPPLE, PH.D. D. K. MESSNER LEO A. BURNS FRANK CORBEY WALLY MENDENHALL KENNETH W. BOND FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE WILLIAM G. BADE WILLIAM S. ISHAM JAMES A. KENNEDY, JR. HARRY J. MACK EDWARD C. DAVIDSON THEODORE CASE WILLIAM G. CHRISTIE NORMAN C. DAMON JACK P. BECKTON WILLIS R. LEENHOUTS JAMES E. JOHNS BRADFORD APTED PAUL BLUM CLARENCE HEIL CHARLES HULSWIT HARRY KIPKE 1921 1922 EDWARD BRADLEY 1923 DOUGLAS ROBYE 1924 HARRY RUDINE MORRISON W. SCOFIELD JOHN HENRY JOSEPH GEBBART WILLIAM W. MICHAELS GEORGE KEIPER W. GRAYDON MILLER RAY M. OLDS EDWARD K. PILCHER WALTER H. VELDE HERBERT DUNPHY EDWARD MOUCH DONALD STEKETEE WILMOT SHAW HARDY McGRATH HEBER CURTIS Fine Hundred Ten THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 Founded at Miam i University in 184.8 APTED MOUCH SHAW KIPKE BLUM STEKETEE MAGRATH CURTIS HULSWITH HEIL DuNPHY ROBY PlLCHER BECKTON MlLLER CHRISTIE VELDE JOHNS OLDS DAMON BEAN LEENHOUTS CASE KEIPER DAVIDSON BRADLEY MICHAELS MC!NTOSH PETERSON ISHAM RUDINE KENNEDY MACK BADE NESSNER SCOFIELD HENRY GEBHART PETTYJOHN Five Hundred Eleven Sigma Alpha Epsilon MICHIGAN IOTA BETA CHAPTER Established in 1888 FRATRES IN FACULTATE ROY V. ELLIOTT, B.S. SCOTT C. RUNNELS, M.D. ARTHUR D. MOORE, B.S. (E.E.) OTTO H. HANS PAUL M. IRELAND F. CORTEZ BELL WILLIAM C. O ' KEEFE HARRY P. BENNETT FRATRES IN URBE ERNEST L. ZEIGLER JAMES W. HALFHILL EUGENE VERNOU CARL E. BIRD MELVIN L. PAGE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE DEWEY F. FAGERBURG ERNEST K. ARMSTRONG JAMES G. FREY PERRY M. HOBBS JAMES BOWERS MELVIN D. MOERSH ROBERT O. KERR F. MAYNARD REED MARTIN A. COLLISON CHARLES A. COREY NED SEYMOUR SHELDON M. BROWN JAMES B. HOOVER GEORGE J. DUNLEAVY LYLE C. STAINFIELD BEN MACK BUTLER NEAL P. RENEHAN WILLIAM A. WEEKS SENIORS JOHN C. COWING JUNIORS SOPHOMORES RICHARD SWEET FRESHMEN BOYD H. LOGAN FREDERICK SULLIVAN HAROLD LAUVER MARVEL HICKS CARLOS A. SPIESS DEAN D. ATKINSON EVERETT BENSON AARON WEBSTER ROBERT WHITLOCK FREDERICK H. BENNETT RONALD P. SELWAY EUGENE B. POTTER FRANK STILES TALBERT A. BOWERS CHARLES MONROE JOHN H. WILSON MARION F. COLLISON LEO ROESSNER Five ' Hundred Twelve THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 a Epsilon Founied at University of Alabama in l8$6 STAINFIELD WILSON ROESSNER BUTLER MONROE STILES HOOVER BROWN WEEKS COLLISON BOWERS RENEHAN SEYMOUR SELWAY COLLISON WHITLOCK POTTER COREY SWEET WEBSTER HoBBS MOERSH BoWERS L.AUVER ATKINSON HICKS BENNETT REED FAGERBURG SPIESS LOGAN KERR FREY SULLIVAN ARMSTRONG BENSON COWING Five Hundred Thirteen A MICHIGANENSIAN-I92I V A on Theta Delta Chi GAMMA DEUTERON CHARGE Established in 1889 FRATRES IN URBE W. H. BUTLER, PH.D., L.L.B., ' 91 EDWARD D. WARNER, L.L.B., 9i H. E. GROVES, ' 16 HARRY McCi-URE, ' 04 HARRY O. POTTER, A.B., ' 12 FRATRES IN FACULTATE KEMP KEENA, A.B., ' 20 i EUGENE R. ELZINGA WADE W. STONE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE HUDSON FLEISCHAUER HOWARD HEFFRON FRANK D. PEASE CHESSER M. CAMPBELL PAUL E. CARRICK IVAN M. DANSARD REGINALD J. JEAVONS CLARK N. BOOTHBY GEORGE E. GREGORY BENJAMIN E. GROVES HAROLD T. HALL JOHN P. HOLDEN GRENVILLE D. ANDREWS LELAND T. ATWOOD DONALD D. BOOTHBY WARREN O. CLARKE CLARENCE D. DE PUY DONALD W. CRAINE LEWIS P. FAVORITE WILLIAM F. GRAVER, JR. ELMER G. WELLIN Fife Hundred Fourteen 1921 DONALD H. VAN HORN 1922 RICHARD C. LOSCH WESLEY L. NUTTEN, JR. DONALD B. STRATTON FREDERICK M. THOMPSON, JR. 1923 REYNALD L. WOOD 1924 FRANK LOSCH DONALD E. MAYTHAM MARION B. STAHL ROBERT Q. WASSON GORDON E. WHITBECK ROBERT C. FREELAND NORMAN R. HANSON JOHN D. HERMANN CHARLES M. K.INDEL FRANK H. McPiKE THOMAS G. K.INDEL JOHN H. MORSE, JR. TYLER R. STEVENS WILLIAM REBEC THE-M1CH Founded at Union College in 1847 CLARKE FREELAND DsPuY WOOD HANSON McPiKE ATWOOD D. BOOTHBY HERMANN F. LOSCH ANDREWS C. KINDEL HALL HOLDEN GREGORY MAYTHAM R. LOSCH WASSON WHITBECK C. BOOTHBY STAHL CARRICK CAMPBELL JEAVONS THOMPSON NUTTEN DANSARD STRATTON VANHORN GRAVER REBEC MORSE FAVORITE BAKER WELLIN T. KINDEL STEVENS CRAINE Five Hundred Fifteen THE-MlCHlGANENSlAN-1921 W. R. MEESE B. W. WINTER E. C. P. DAVIS K. P. MONTIGEL W. R. LAURIE A. L. WELCH H. E. STORZ J. H. HOOVER V. F. MACKEL G. A. ABBOTT O. S. DETWEILER T. S. STEVENS L. E. EISELE Fine Hundred Sixteen Delta Chi MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established in 1892 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1920 J. L. BAKER 1921 1922 1923 1924 W. SMITH J. S. KEYSER L. S. LUKINS D. F. PARK H. S. SIMPSON H. H. AKERS R. L. NEALE C. J. SMITH L. E. MUSTARD F. L. LARKIN M. KLAVER W. BRACKEN D. M. MARVIN R. A. SPENCE IB f I I Founded at Cornell University in 1890 EISELE BROCKEN HOOVER WELCH SIMPSON SMITH LAURIE MONTIGEL BAKER DAVIS SMITH SPENCER AKERS MACKEL STORZ WIRT KEYSER LUKINS DETWEILER STEVENS LARKIN NEALE PARKS MEESE WINTER Five Hundred Seventeen I THE MICH IGANENSIAN- 1921 Kappa Sigma ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER Established in 1892 FRATRES IX FACULTATE ARTHUR EVANS WOOD, PH.D. W. FREDERICK PETERSON, A.M. FRANK HOWARD STEVENS, B.S. FERDINAND N. MENEFEE, B.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE LAWRENCE BASSETT SCHNEIDER, Phi Rho Sigma PAUL THOMAS QUARRY WILLIAM PETER FORTUNE HAROLD RICH ROEHM, Phi Rho Sigma PAUL WALKER GORDON, Phi Alpha Delta WERNER WM.DUEMLING, U Sigma Xu HOWARD BENNETT METTEL, Phi Rho Sigma BRADFORD CLAUD COLCORD WILLIAM ROLAND FRAZER LEGRAND ABNER GAINES, JR. FRANKLIN BROKAW HETTINGER NEWTON HALSEY JOHNSON EARL HOWARD JUERS JARL EVERT LARSON 1921 FRED J. PETTY DONALD JAMES PORTER GEORGE EARL ROGERS VARNUM B. STEINBAUGH RICHARD CHURCHILL TRAVIS ELTON EWART WIEMAN HAROLD Louis YOTEY LEE MACKAY WOODRUFF CHARLES MAURICE ATKINSON WILLIAM EDWARD MATHEWS JOHN RAYMOND MERANDA DOUGLAS RAGAN DEWEY ARNOLD HANS DUEMLING VERNON S. FOOTE 1922 1923 RAYMOND ALBERT ARNDT BEN OLIVER CLOUSER LAWRENCE EDWARD DOOGE ARTHUR HARRIS GAINES EDWARD HOWARD MARTIN- HOWARD MICHAEL WOLF 1924 MAYNARD A. NEWTON LOREN EDWARD SULLIVAN GEORGE HOWARD WALDOCK ALLEN HENRY MILLS REAMUR COLEMAN STEARNES, JR. BERT EDWARD L EBELE MATTHEW VERDUN PILCHER ARTHUR ROBINSON- MAC. T. WHITFIELD STEWART ELTON WHITFIELD DONALD SIMPSON WIEMAN Fire Hundred Eighteen THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 Founded at University of Virginia in 1867 DOOGE ROBINSON ARNDT MARTIN CLOUSER S. WHITFIELD A. GAINES M. WHITFIELD PILCHER DUEMLING MILLS UEBELE WOLF SULLIVAN WALDOCK HETTINGER FOOTE MERANDA STEARNES JOHNSON ATKINSON NEWTON QUARRY COLCORD LARSON WOODRUFF MATHEWS STEINBAUGH WEIMAN VOTEY GAINES GORDON PETTY PORTER TRAVIS ROGERS Fief Hundred Nineteen X fin THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 Sigma Nu GAMMA NU CHAPTER Established in 1902 W. CARL RUFUS, PH.D. FRATRES IN " FACULTATE HARRY F. BECKER, M.D. FRATRES IN URBE RUSSEL T. DOBSON FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE HARRY C. WILSON, Phi Delta Phi H. W. RIGGS, Phi Beta Pi. C. D. SARGENT Phi Beta Pi LEELAND L. HOLLY, Phi Rho Sigma JEAN P. THOMAN, Phi Alpha Delta J. E. SPIER, Delta Theta Phi. MILO BOSTWICK, Psi Omega ROGERS F. WAKEFIELD, Phi Beta Pi. JOHN ZIMMERMAN, Alpha Rho Chi PHILLIP M. BURNHAM JOHN F. DUNN JOHN T. FINLEY ROBERT E. ARMSTRONG, JR. F. M. SMITH WALTER G. CONLIN MURRAY W. COLLIE ALFRED H. RANDALL HAROLD HAWKS A. R. BAILEY ARTHUR E. STONE LLOYD S. NASH F ' RANK LEE TENNENT JAMES W. HUME HENRY G. HAMMER JAMES H. WHEELER FERDINAND ROCKWELL JOHN C. CLARKE H. W. BAKER ROBERT B. PATON WILLIAM H. MERNER WILLIAM S. LLOYD 1921 WADE P. CONNELL 1922 RUSSEL S. PERSING 1923 1924 Fitf Hundred Twenty ALLEN W. LOHR JOHN J. ZIMMERMAN FRANK B. ROYSTON LOWELL J. CARR HAROLD W. SLABAUGH J. D. SIMON TED FINGER HAROLD DANGLADE ROBERT H. SONNEBURN SCHUYLER B. SMITH RALPH A. HAMMER FREDERICK S. FLETCHER R. A. BAILEY CHARLES HARRISON HARNEY T. BENNETT McKiNNEY WATTS F. LINDERMAN ALLEN D. BYERS GEORGE RENE LYNN, III CHARLES E. PROCTOR HARRIS D. McKiNNEY RICHARD B. EVANS CARVEL PHILLIPS THOMAS B. LALLY ROBERT T. KNODE ARTHUR W. BECKMAN PAUL H. BIERY JOHN H. EVANS JAMES J. McMiLLiN HENRY BIEKER DON COWLEY THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 Founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1869 TENNENT PROCTOR PATON R. EVANS LALLY NASH KNODE H. G. HAMMER HUME PIERCE STONE CONLIN F.M. SMITH RANDALL PERSING COLLIE HARNEY R.A. BAILEY LINDERMAN HAWKS TED McKiNNEY R.A. HAMMER ARMSTRONG S. SMITH FINLEY DUNN FLETCHER CONNELL A. R. BAILEY CLARKE J. EVANS BIEKER BIERY BECKMAN ROCKWELL BAKER MERNER COWLEY LLOYD Five Hundred Twenty-one THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-192I Phi Gamma Delta ALPHA PHI CHAPTER Established in 1885 Re-established in 1902 FRATRES IN FACULTATE HENRY E RLE RIGGS, A.B., C.E. JOHN CASTLEREIGH PARKER, A.M. HERBERT CH RLES S DLER, A.B., C.E. SHIRLEY WHEELER SMITH, A.M. ALEXANDER ZIWET, C.E. JAMES BARKLEY POLLOCK, Sc.D. EDSON REID SUNDERLAND, A.M., LL.B. MDRRIS PALMER TILLEY, Pn.D. F. L. D. GOODRICH, A.B., B.L.S. ALFRED S. WARTHIN, PH.D., M.D. JOSEPH RALSTON HADDEN, M.A. CHARLES FERDINAND MEYER, PH.D. FRATRES IN URBE LLOYD C. DOUGLAS, A.B., D.D. ARTHUR E. ZILGER, Phi Delta Phi GEORGE O. BROPHY, Phi Delta Phi JAMES BAYARD BRILL BENJAMIN NOYES LOBDELL JOHN STEPHENSON PERRIN WILLIS BLAKESLEE JOHN SHEPHERD THOMAS TOM OUTLAND FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1921 PAUL WHITAKER BURKHOLDER SAMUEL RIGGS, Phi Alpha Delta JAMES A. ROLLS, Phi Rho Sigma ORRIN Louis JENKS WENDELL THOMAS FITZGERALD WILLIAM RIDDLE HARRISON LAWRENCE COLLIER BUTLER CLARENCE WILLIAM BOYDELL THEODORE ROOSEVELT GUSTAFSON JOHN DONALD CRUISE DAVID HATFIELD DECKER, III JOSEPH AGNEW RIGGS NELSON JOYNER, JR. JOHN CARL MARTINDALE JOHN MADDEN BENJAMIN GRAY GOWER ROBERT OWEN MARTIN HERMAN WILLIS HEIDBREDER GEORGE FRANKLIN PERRIN JOHN GERALD WHITE WILLIAM H. HATTENDORF JAMES L. COSSITT RICHARD H. KRAUSE FREDERICK E. GILNER 1923 1924 GERALD PARKER OVERTON HENRY SCRIPPS BOOTH WALTER BURNETTE REA CHARLES NORMAN BARNUM JAY STANLEY CARTER ADOLPH KARL KRAUSE JOYCE MERRIL STEDMAN JEROME GALE THOMAS RICHARD HENRY ROWLAND CLEMENT ANDREW SMITH HUGH GEORGE BENSON FORREST I. YEAKEY JESSE A. McGRAW HOWARD SERVATIUS A. GEORGE ABBOTT, JR. Firf Hundred Twenty-Hoc THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-I921 Phi Gamma Delia Founded at Washington and Jefferson in 184.8 ZlEGLER R. KRAUSEHATTENDORpGlLNER ABBOTT CoSSITrSERVATIUsYEAKEY SMITH BENSON CARTER OVERTON WHITE ROWLAND J. THOMAS G. PERRIN MARTIN HEIDBREDER JOYNER C. KRAUSE MARTINDALE REA STEDMAN CRUISE DECKER GOVVER BOOTH RIGGS BARNUM MADDEN JOHN THOMAS HARRISON BURKHOLDER BROPHY JENKS J. PERRIN BLAKESLEE BRILL LOBDELI. GUSTAFSON BUTLER FITZGERALD BOYDELL Fife Hundred Twenty-three TH E M I CH I CAN EN SIAN-192J Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia EPSILON CHAPTER Established in 1902 FRATRES IN FACULTATE OTTO J. STAHL PETER OKKELBERG EARL V. MOORE FRANCIS W. KELSEY R. A. CAMPBELL WILLIAM WHEELER CHARLES A. SINK SAMUEL P. LOCKWOOD ALBERT L. LOCKWOOD WALTER F. COLBY LEVI D. WINES ANTHONY WHITMIRE ALBERT A. STANLEY H. RUSSEL EVANS ROBERT R. DIETERLE GEORGE H. HEIDEMAN NELSON RUSSELL EARL B. RITCHIE FRATRES IN URBE LLOYD KEMP LAWRENCE N. RUT?. WALDEMAR F. SCHREIBEK EDWARD C. APPLE GEORGE N. EARLE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE RICHARD D. SMITH ORVILLE E. GATES LEIGH HOADLEY CARL H. STURMER GEORGE HUTCHISON JAMES W. GLOVER D. BYRON AYRES GORDON F. GODLEY LOREN S. GANNON THOMAS E. DEWEY OLIVER B. McGiLLicuov MALCOLM G. BOURNE ROBERT MOORE, JR. JAMES KENT TORRF.Y H. SHERWOOD RECOR ELDRED H. SCOTT 1921 KARL RIXDELHARDT 1922 192.? 1924 JOHN MITCHELL J. HARLEY MUTCHLF.R HOWARD C. WALSER MELVIN N. DICK GRANT A. SMITH WILLIAM B. WINES DON C. REED HAROLD W. SCOTT GEORGE K. FORRESTER LYLE B. TORREY CARL FERY C. LEE MILLS GEORGE D. TRAMP GEORGE L. STONE JAMES M. LIGHTBODY VICTOR ABBS JOHN C. WARREN Fii ' f Hundred Twenty-four THE-MICHIGANENSIAN -1921 PHI MU ALPHA (Sinfonia) Founded in 1808 WARREN MOORE GLOVER GODLEY HUTCHISON STONE STURMER TRAMP McGiLLicuov E. SCOTT L. TORREY G. SMITH GANNON FORRESTER K. TORREY MILLS MITCHELL H. SCOTT AYRES DEWEY LIGHTBODY FERY DICK RINDELHARDT ABBS BOURNE RUTZ RUSSELL MUTCHLER GATES R. SMITH HOADLEY SCHRIEBER WALSER Five Hundred Twenty-five THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-I921 Alpha Tau Omega BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER Established in 1888 Re-established 1904 FRATRES IN FACULTATE U. B. PHILLIPS, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. C. N. FESSENDEN, M.F.. J. H. CANNOB, B.S. H. W. EMERSON, B.S., M.D. W. R. HUMPHREYS, A.M. DERRELL PRATT E. R. CHAMBERLAIN, B.S. in C. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE WALTER HOTCHKISS, J PS CARL A. SORLING LATHROP F. BERRY AUBREY H. DORNAN GALE E. RUSH EDWARD O. KUNZE J. EDWARD V. BURNS GERALD K. O ' BRIEN ROBERT J. COOPER MARVIN L. DE ' RIES JOHN SHACKELFORD ROBERT E. ROBERTS CHARLES E. McDuFFiE FREDERICK E. LLEWELLYN CARL E. ENGGAS HAROLD J. LEYDA Five Hundred Twenty-six HAROLD B. FRENCH 1921 1922 1923 HENRY V. WOODRUFF 1924 DEFOREST W. BUCKMASTER, NZN KENNETH C. McCoLL EDWIN H. LYON, JR. EUGENE O. HARBECK GEORGE W. LIPSCOMB P. STUART NERTNEY DONALD F. FILDEW THOMAS C. TRUSS STUART E. ULLMANN BARYON J. MOTHERSILL PHILLIPS P. ELLIOTT WILLIAM MCGREGOR EDMUND K. ELLIS HOWARD A. VISEL RONALD R. OWENS CAMERON K. f aadial NSIAN-192I m Alpha Tau Omega Founedd at Richmond, I ' irginia in 1865 MCGREGOR ROBERTS WOODRUFF SHACKLEFORD McDuFFiE MOTHERSILL BERRY FILDEW COOPER O ' BRIEN ULLMANN TRUSS DE ' RIES BURNS KUNZE LIPSCOMB DERNAN HOTCHKISS NERTNEY LYON SORLING McCoLt HARBECK FENECH RUSH ELLIOTT OWENS YISEL ENGGAS ELLIS LLEWELLYN LEYDA Five Hundred Twenty-seven HE-MICHIGANENS1AN-19-2I Acacia MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established 1904 FRATRES IN FACULTATE MARION L. BURTON, Ph.D., L.L.D. MORTIMER E. COOLEY, Eng.D., LL.D. NEVILLE S. HOFF, D.D.S. FREDERICK G. NOVY, M.D., Sc.D. ARTHUR G. HALL, Ph.D. CLARENCE T. JOHNSTON, C.E. JUNIUS E. REAL ROBERT A. CAMPBELL WILLIAM C. HOLLANDS CHARLES A. SINK FRATRES IN URBE RAYE C. EASTMAN- RUSSELL W. BUNTING, D.D.Sc. WILLIAM L. MIGGETT, M.E. HENRY H. ATWELL, B.S. HERBERT W. EMERSON, B.S., M.D. LLOYD E. THATCHER, A.B. LOWE F. BERGER, A.B. ROBERT GRANVILLE ROBERT F. NORRIS JOHN LlNDENSCHMITT FRED H. STEGATH FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE C. B. FISH BANGS, A.B. ARCH WALLS, A.B. GLENN C. FORRESTER, A.B. JESSE H. ALTENBURG HARRY R. BELL HAROLD F. BORON JAMES L. HESS SAMUEL C. JACKA ALLEN P. BELKNAP THOMAS F. CARSON ARTHUR E. COATES ROBERT B. COLLINS PIERCE H. ROBINSON ROY ANDERSON WILL D. AUSTIN HOWARD G. CHAMBERLIN ARTHUR W. GREENFIELD JACOB W. HOSTRUP Five Hundred Twenty-eight 1921 GEORGE M. VAIL 1922 HOWARD I. SHAW 1923 ARTHUR F. NISSLY GEORGE A. R. SCHUSTER HOMER A. SIZE MARLAND B. SMALL HARRY D. THORN COLIN C. McCoRMicK NORMAN C. ROEGNER FLOYD A. SERGEANT CHARLES E. WILSON PLEDGES CHARLES W. THOM BEN W. WEIR CARL G. EISELE JOHN R. ROWE HOMER A. TULEY CHARLES E. TURNBULL HOMER O. WEITZ JOSEPH M. WOODWARD THE-MICHIGANENSIAN- 19 21 Founded at University of Michigan in 1904. AUSTIN HOSTRUP ROWE TURNBULL CHAMBERLAIN TULEY ANDERSON THOM SEARGENT HESS SIZE WILSON ROBINSON VAIL COATES BANGS SCHUSTER SHAW BELL WEIR CARSON ALTENBERG ROEGNER JACKA THORN McCoRMicK BELKNAP WALLS BORON FORRESTER NISSLY SMALL Fife Hundred Twenty-nine THE-MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 Phi Kappa Sigma ALPHA OMICRON CHAPTER Established in 1905 FRATRF.S IN FACULTATE HERBERT ALDEN KENYON, A.M. WILLIAM A. MACL.AUGHLIN, A.B. JOHN R. BRUMM, A.M. ELMER DAYTON MITCHELL, A.B. FRATRES IN URBE ROSCOE O. BOXISTEEL, L.L.B. WILLIAM E. BROWN, JR., A.B. EARL HEXRY CRESS, A.B. CHARLES JAMES RASH GEORGE CHANDLER ADIE, B.S., M.D. LEONARD JOSEPH BROOKS, JR.. A.B. BRUCE B. LORIXG FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE OWEN JEFFERSON WATTS, A.B. PETER J. VANBOVEN NELSON ANDREW BEECKEL RALPH HOLMES WARD WILLIAM FARLEY ANGELL HAROLD BROOCK JOSEPH MUZZER MILLER W. HORACE BLODGETT RUSSELL L. EDISON WILBER E. GOETZ OTTO K. HOLLAND HORACE W. HITCHCOCK DAVID S. WATTERWORTH RICHARD P. FLECKENSTEIN I ' .THKLBERT SpURIER 1921 1923 DOUGLAS F. McCoLL GEORGE CURTIS DUNN STUART IRVINE DONALD EARL TREFRY F.GERTON B. WILLIAMS RANSOM CARLTON TURNER JACK GETCHIUS WILLIAMS FLOYD R. BEUTEL LELAND R. BOYD! GORDON R. MAITLAND HAROLD S. KILPATRICK FREDERICK J. BAKER LEONARD C. VANBOVEN CHARLES E. FOSTER CARLYLE C. EUBANK Fk ' e Hundred Thirty ENSIAN-I921 appa Simmer Founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1850 I I t 3 ?. JJ L.VANBOVEN FLECKENSTEIN SPURRIER EUBANK FOSTER McCoLL WATTERWORTH MAITLAND EDISON KILPATRICK BOYD HITCHCOCK BAKER GOETZ TREFREY TURNER ANGELL MILLER WARD BEECKEL HOLLAND BEUTEL. E. B. WILLIAMS BLODGETT BROOCK J. G. WILLIAMS IRVINE DUNN P. VANBOVEN Fite Hundred Thirty-one THE -MICH IGANENSIAN- 1921 Alpha Sigma Phi THETA CHAPTER Established in 1908 FRATRES IN FACL ' LTATE THOMAS E. RASKIN-, M.A. RALPH W. AIGLER, LL.B. A. FRANKLIN SHULL, Pn.D. FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE W. ELLWOOD CAKE HARVEY L. CLARKE J. ARTHUR FRIEDLUND MALCOLM E. McGowAN DONALD W. HUNTER SEWARD N. LAWSON CARL W. AUER, JR. PAUL E. KRAUSE WILLIAM E. BANDEMER LOWELL B. GENEBACH J. FREDERICK HARDING E. PAUL WISE ROBERT D. PATTON WILLIAM H. RILEY, JR. ROLAND H. I LAND RUSSELL K. OSGOOD H. STOUGHTON BENJAMIN 1921 1922 WILLIAM P. HENDERSON 1923 EDWARD J. JEFFRIES, JR. HAROLD R. SMITH FREDERICK W. SULLIVAN, JR. EDWIN A. KREUGER CHARLES H. KING WILLIAM H. HOWARD FRANCIS L. McPHAiL AUSTIN M. FREASE CHARLES C. EADES CHARLES S. WARNER DAVID L. BEERS ROBERT F. WIENEKE ROBERT D. SAGE FREDERICK WEYAND ROBERT L. DAVIS WENDELL H. SWEET HAROLD R. SENIOR RICHARD G. BURCHELL JOHN L. STEPHENS H. ARCHIE MCGREGOR ERWIN E. MEYERS IRVIN G. BIESER PLEDGES A. BYRON McWooo WILLIAM C. KRATZ, JR. OWEN S. ERHARD WILLIAM J. ALEXANDER, JR. Five Hundnd Thiriy-twi THE-MICHIGANE Alpha Sterna Phi Founded at Yale University in I ERHARD KRATZ McWooo MCGREGOR MEYERS ALEXANDER STEPHENS BlESER OSGOOD lLAND SENIOR RlLEY DAVIS WEYAND BuRCHELL BENJAMIN EADES BEERS HENDERSON BANDEMER PATTON GENEBACH SWEET SAGE FREASE McPnAiL HARDING KING WARNER WIENEKE KREUGER HUNTER HOWARD LAWSON McGowAH HEYM KRAUSE AUER Five Hundred Thirty-three THE -MICHIGAN ENSIAN- 1 921 Zeta Beta Tau PHI CHAPTER Established in 1912 FRATRE IN FACULTATE I. LEO SHARFMAN, A.B., LL.B. FRATRE IN URBE ROY GREENTHAL, M.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE MINARD JACOBS HlLLIARD E. ROSENTHAL JOSEPH A. BERNSTEIN MELVIN GOGGENHEIM IRWIN KOCH LEONARD B. LEWY MYRON CHON IRVING B. GOLDSMITH CHARLES KUHN EDWIN MEISS EARL ROSENGARTEN JOSEPH HIRSCHMAN BERNARD Km u WILLIAM KLEISCHAKER 1921 1922 1923 1924 NATHAN STIX JULIAN MARKS PHILIP RINGER SIDNEY SARASOHN GUSTAV WEINFELD EVERETT MICHAELS Louis NOBIL MORSE RABINOWITZ MAX SCHRAYER PAUL WEISKOPF ROBERT LOEB JOSEPH WEIL IRVING BERK Five Hundred Thirty-four THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 au Founded at the College of the City of New York in iSgS W m NOBIL RABINOWITZ MEISS CHON WEISKOPF GOLDSMITH MICHAELS GUGGENHEIM SARASOHN LEWY KUHN MARKS KOCH SCHRAYER WEINFELD MARKS ROSENTHAL STIX JACOBS BERNSTEIN RINGER WEIL BERK LOEB HIRSCHMAN KOLB Fine Hundred Thirty- five A IHIGANENSIAN-IQCM 1 I ft Sigma Phi Epsilon MICHIGAN ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1912 FRATRES IN FACULTATE A. GEORGE BOUCHARD, A.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE SHELBY W. WISHART, A.B., i PZ JAMES E. CROUSHORE, J BII GEORGE J. NAYLOR, fi E. REED HUNT, A.B., A64 HAROLD K. SCHILLINGER, J IHI JOHN DONOVAN, JR. VIRGIL W. WAITE REINHOLD E. BOES IRWIN T. SANBORN EDWARD T. PHENEY ROBERT L. MORSE LESLIE P. WHELAN WILLIAM S. BENNETT THOMAS H. MILLER BENJAMIN H. HAMNER, JR. DONALD G. SLAWSON KENNETH M. GRAY LUNES F. BALDWIN NEIL R. CRANE J. P. SWEENEY WILLIAM WHEELER GEORGE CONOVER JOHN CROUSHORE HOWARD WELCH DONALD DOUGLAS CLARENCE O. ROTHROCK 1922 JAMES F. NEWELL JOSEPH V. HODGSON, JR. JOSEPH F. HACKETT FRANCIS C. NAYLOR DONALD B. DARLING JULIAN H. JOSEPH WILLIAM V " . Cox EDWIN C. BOWERS, JR. WARREN H. KELLAR 1923 PLEDGES RAYMOND G. SHERRICK PETER VAN DOMELON, JR. RALPH B. CHENOT FRANKLIN C. CAPPON EDSON P. STOCKWELL JOHN H. WIGLE JOHN C. MC NNIS STEWART BOYD IRVING REYNOLDS BENJAMIN BLACKISTON RAYMOND BOND WALLACE MOULE Five Hundred Thirty-six ENSIAN-1921 I Founded at Richmond College in I REYNOLDS CONOVER CROUSHORE WHEELER WELCH BOYD GRAY BOND SL WSON CHENOT WIGLE CAPPON CRANE STOCKWELL SWEENEY MTLLER KELLAR VANDOMELON HAMNER SHERRICK BALDWIN JOSEPH WAITE HACKETT MORSE NEWELL BENNETT WHALEN SANBORN NAYLOR PHEXEY DARLING BOWERS HODGSON Cox DONOVAN Five Hundred Thirty-seven E-MICHIGANENSlAN-19 ' 21 Kappa Beta Psi ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1912 FRATRES IX FACULTATE CLARENCE T. JOHNSON, C.E. WARREN E. FORSYTHE, M.D. FILIBERT ROTH, B.S. EDWARD L. ERIKSON, B.C.E. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CHRISTIAN F. MATTHEWS, A.B. ALFRED H. GEEN WILLIAM H. HOWE CLIFFORD W. STUART STANLEY O. BROOME LESTER R. RODENBERG LARRY B. GRUNDY FRANK B. ALDRICH ANDREW CARNEGIE WALLACE F. ELLIOTT JOHN E. CUNNINGHAM EARL R. SCHAEFER DELBERT D. EHRESMAN R. ELLF.RY DYMENT CLIFFORD B. MCK.ECHNIE 1921 LLOYD E. CURRIER ALDEN S. MARVIN GEORGE H. BEIER ROGER W. ATYEO 1923 HENRY J. MORTON 1924 HALDON H. CITES, A.B. WILLIAM WINN PEATTIE THEODORE R. HALMAN EDWARD R. PRIEHS FRANCIS M. HEATH WILMER B. HOGE MORROW C. MILLER DONALD J. LEWIS HARVEY E. BUMGARDNER JOHN A. GUSTUS ARTHUR H. STUART CLIFFORD G. CURRIE PAUL F. SCHULTZ ADOLPH B. SEMAR HAROLD C. WHITE WILLIAM H. REID Louis MELLEN CHARLES S. GLIEM I I t ' iff Hundred Thirty-eight i THE-MICH1GANENSIAN-I921 .appa t eta rsi Founded at the University of Michigan in 1912 WHITE CUNNINGHAM MELLEN CURRIER BEIER REID McKECHNiE MARVIN DYMENT A. STUART CURRIE MORTON GUSTUS SEMAR SCHULTZ EHRESMAN MILLER SCHAEFER LEWIS GRUNDY CARNEGIE RoDENBERG ATYEO HoGE BuMGARDNER ELLIOTT CITES HOWE PRIEHS GEEN MATTHEWS C. STUART PEATTIE HALMAN HEATH Five Hundred Thirty-nine MICHIGANENSIAN-IQSl W W Lambda Chi Alpha SIGMA ZETA CHAPTER Established in 1913 FRANCIS M. SESSIONS FRATRES HONORARII STAFFORD B. NICKELS JOSEPH BALL FRATRES IN FACULTATE WILLIAM G. SMEATON, A.B. PAUL E. GIBSON RICHARD F. WEEKS CHARLES BROWN HARCOURT L. CAVERLY, A.B. FRATRES IN URBE KENNETH L. PORTER PRESTON VV. HUSTED THEODORE WILLIAMS FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE SEYMOUR V. BOLTON CLARENCE E. BUEHRER WALLACE D. CHRISTIE ROBERT J. ERNST RALPH P. KELLEY JOHN E. MARSON HOWARD B. MARSHALL BENTLEY F. ADAMS DON M. ANTRIM LUMAN Y. DuECHLER ROBERT D. ENO Louis W. FUESS FLOYD F. ADAMS SMITH C. CHILDS CHARLES J. COLE EINAR A. FRANDS HOWARD R. DEAN DONALD K. GREISER ROBERT S. REED WILLIAM J. RICE CAMERON Ross GEORGE METZ FRANK EDWARDS SENIORS DANIEL F. VOLLMER JUNIORS LEON PARKS SOPHOMORES JOSIAH ROSS FRESHMEN DARL D. DOVERSPIKE NEIL A. MOORE JOHN M. SESSIONS CHARLES M. SPAULDING WREN E. TURNER VERNON PARKS THOMAS L. TOMLINSON HUBERT L. GLATTE GORDON C. HARRIS HOWARD E. ORR JOHN W. SHANNON ROBERT M. TRUE KENNETH E. TAFT ROBERT W. TOWNSEND C. PAUL SELLARDS RIVARD KLIPPEL MARTIN C. HAWKINS WARD SHANNON KING S. ANDERSON CRAIG M. SAGE WARD WILLET WILLIAM G. OGDEN BRAINERD WILSON Five Hundred Forty Founded in IQOQ, Boston University ? f i t w X HAWKINS ANDERSON CHILDS TOWNSEND GREISER SELLARDS RICE REED T FT COLE SHANNON Ross ADAMS PARKS TRUE DEUCHLER ANTRIM HARRIS KLIPPEL ORR FUESS DOVERSPIKE END BuEHRER MARSHALL KELLEY SESSIONS AoAMS ToMLINSON MOORE ERNST VOLLMER FRASDSEN EDWARDS SAGE METZ CHRISTIE MARSON Ross WILLET SHANNON Five Hundred Forty-one THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 Beta Phi ZETA CHAPTER Established 1913 DR. WALTER F. HUNT FRATRES IX FACULTATE W. X. ST. PETER FRATRES IX UX1VERSITATE FORREST A. MADLEM GEORGE L. PETERSON H. OTTO KRIEGER C. RICHARD POTTER HARRY W. LUNDAHL JUSTIN A. BURKE CARL BEUTHEIN EDMUND STARKE, JR. JOHN A. FOSTER WALTER DUDEK GEORGE V. WATSON HERMAN C. KAPPLER HANS P. ANDREASON 1922 1923 ALFRED B. CURTIS FRANKLYN C. KUGEI. WAYNE G. ANDERSON PAUL KETTLEHUT WILBUR F. DAVIS ROBERT F. HAGUE RALPH P. FEATHER m Five Hundred Forty-two THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 ' Beta Pki FEATHER DUDEK FOSTER DAVIS STARKE PURVIS POTTER LUNDAHL HAGUE BEUTHEIN HENDERSON KETTLEHUT KUGEL CURTIS BURKE WATSON KAPPLER MADLEM KRIEGER ANDREASON PETERSON fl Five Hundred Forty-three THE -MICH IGANENSIAN-1 9J21 Phi Sigma Kappa DELTA DEUTERON CHAPTER Established in 1915 FRATRES IN FACULTATE WARD DAVIDSON, B.S. (E.E.) EBER CARROLL, A.B. HOWARD MERRICK, C.E. GEORGE O. WHITE, B.S. JOHN L. GARVEY, M.D. FRATRES IN URBE DONALD J. BARNES, M.D. HAROLD C. WALLER, M.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE GEORGE D. ANDERSON, A.B., A.i PAUL H. GARVEY, AKK JOSEPH W. PLANCK, A.B., 4 AA ANDERSON D. MEADOWS, AA PAUL O. STRAWHECKER, AA OTTO C. DAVIDSON- SAMUEL W. TRAYLOR JAMES A. BARGER DAVID A. FORBES JOHN H. HEARDING, JR. EDMUND H. Fox DAVID GRAY I. ARTHUR HILLS FREDERICK KALMBACH THORNE J. BROWN PAUL G. GOEBEL ROBERT GRAY 1921 WILLIAM D. GRIDLEY 1922 WILLIAM W. MUIR PHILIP M. SHAW BERNARD D. WICKS 1923 GEORGE E. PLANCK JAMES N. SAVAGE ARTHUR D. STAUFFER JOHN C. WATSON ERNEST R. WOODMANSEE VOLNEY C. HARMON JOHN H. HILLS SAMUEL R. POST FRANK C. CUTTING HAROLD GOLLA THEODORE Osius PLEDGES ROBERT M. STODDARD PAUL H. JESERICH EDWARD MURANE EDWARD SWINK Five Hundred Forty-four THE -MICH IGANENSIAN- 1921 phi igma Founded in A 1 ? SwiNK MURAINE OsiUS BROWN GoEBEL G. PLANCK PoST CUTTING J. HILLS STODDARD R. GRAY JESERICH DAVIDSON STAUFFER D. GRAY Fox WOODMANSEE GRIDLEY ANDERSON WICKS A. HILLS HEARDING J. PLANCK SAVAGE HARMON WATSON FORBES BARGER MUIR KALMBACH SHAW Five Hundred Forty-five THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 Phi Sigma Delta ETA CHAPTER Established in 1916. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ISADORE E. LEVIXE, A.B. HARRY E. AUGUST ARTHUR S. PURDY WILLIAM H. KAPLAN ALEX MILLER SAMUEL R. ROSENTHAL ABE H. BRODKEY ABRAHAM H. BARON ALBERT L. FEDERMAX I. ALLAN GOLDSTEIN A. EDWARD ASHKINS HAROLD FRIEDMAN CHARLES H. GESSXER Louis R. PESKIN JOSEPH R. LIPSCHER LESTER D. ALEXANDER 1921 SIMON SHETZER 1922 1923 1924 STANLEY E. SLOSS LESTER A. ABEL WILLIAM KRUGER SAMUEL POPKINS ALEC RUZWICK BENJAMIN WEISS WILLIAM VACHS WILL Z. GOODSITE S. LAWRENCE LEWANDORF GEORGE C. RUBENSON MYER C. WEINSTEIN JEROME H. SAMUEL MELBOURNE SCHWARTZ EDWARD JACOBSON HAROLD B. GESSNER ARTHUR S. MODE FREDERICK H. SIMS Five Hundred Forty-six THE MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 I I Founded at Columbia University in IQTO H. GESSNER POPKINS FRIEDMAN ALEXANDER C.GESSNER SIMS AUGUST ASHKINS BRODKEY LEWANDORF RUZWICK SCHWARTZ FEDERMAN PESKIN GOODSITE ROSENTHAL KAPLAN GOLDSTEIN BARON WEINSTEIN MILLER SHETZER PURDY LEVINE KRUEGER SAMUEL ' ABEL WEISS Five Hundred Forty-seven THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 Theta Chi ALPHA G AMMA CHAPTER Established in 1919 FRATRES IN FACULTATE JAMES HARLAN CISSEL, B.S., C.E. LIONEL GEORGE CROCKER, A.B. ERWIN E. DREESE, B.S., E.E. GEORGE STARR LASHER, M.A. HAROLD J. MCFARLAX, B.S., C.E. CHARLES BRUCE YIBBERT, A.B. FRATRES IN UXIVERSITATE RALPH E. GAULT DON H. BELLINGER CHARLES E. McC-ARTY HAROLD E. BARNES ROSVVELL P. DILLON H. REED EVERY WILLIAM H. GRANSE WARREN W. HERRON ALAN F. KING 1921 ARCHIE D. M, cDoNALD JOHN E. McMANis FREDERICK J. PFLUKE HAROLD C. SEELEY A. RANDALL WAGNER HARRY C. WORKMAN MORGAN ALDRICH JOSHUA E. BACON- HAROLD R. CHAPEL KINGSLEY D. CHURCH JOHN I. ESTERHELD CASPER P. HAI.LER ROBERT M. MERSEREAU LESTER W. MILLARD MAURICE R. NORCOP HOWARD B. STEGGALL JOSEPH WOOLFENDEN JOHN J. HAMEL, JR. VERNON F. HILLERY LESLIE NOBLE DAVID H. PRESTON 1923 PAUL A. REHMUS VIRGIL TILLY HERBERT R. TWINING DARCY WILKINSON ARTHUR WALTON ARNO I.. BADER CHARLES D. CROSBY THOMAS RICE THEODORE BANK THOMAS QUINLAN PLEDGES CHARLES E. SHEPHERD LEON SMITH JAMES STEVENS ROBERT W. PRESTON GEORGE BARNES Fhf Hundred Forty-eight THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 ; Tketa CM Founded at Norwich University in 1856 QUINLAN STEVENS CROSBY BADER SHEPHERD RICE REHMUS TWINING PRESTON WILKINSON TILLY HAMEL MILLARD BACON CHURCH WOOLFENDEN MERSEREAU WALTON HILLERY F.STERHELD NoRCOP STEGGALL HERRON HALLER WAGNER ALDRICH BELLINGER BARNES EVERY GRANSE PFLUKE MC !ANIS WORKMAN SEELEY Five Hundred Forty-nine I THE-MlCHIGANENSIAN-ieSl i Kappa Nu MU CHAPTER Established in 1919 PRATER IN FACULTATE JACOB E. ROSENBERG FRATER IN URBE STANLEY I. GLAZER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE MAURICE L. RIPPS ISADORE M. ALPERT JOSEPH FREEDMAN HARRY K. HERSCHMAN 1921 SAMUEL KAUFFMAN MOE RATTNER JOSEPH SCHWARTZBERG ABBOT L. WINOGRAD MORRIS COHEN MORRIS E. GORDON ELMER GREENSTONE SOLOMON KROHN HARRY M. RAPAPORT JACOB FREIDEN LLOYD W. FRIEDMAN- MEYER FRANK HARRY F. GOLDBERG 1922 ABRAHAM B. SHARPE 1923 PLEDGES IRVING WITTY MILTON LANDY MORRIS H. MARKS JOSEPH C. MORRIS NATHAN SCHLAFER MORTON H. STEINBERG MILTON KLEE SAMUEL GREENBERG DAVID J. SEDER BERNARD SEGALL Five Hundred Fifty THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 Kappa, II Lu Founded at Northwestern University in IQII RAPAPORT SHARPE LANDY FREIDEN STEINBERG SCHLAFER MORRIS MARKS KROHN GREENSTONE GORDON COHEN SCHWARTZBERG RlPPS FREEDMAN ROSENBERG RATTNER KAUFFMAN HERSCHMAN VVlNOGRAD AbPERT KLEE FRIEDMAN FRANK GOLDBERG WITTY SEGALL GREENBERG SEDER Fife Hundred Fifty-one THE MICH IGANENSIAN- 1921 Hermitage Established in 1907 FRATRES IX FACULTATE RALPH V. AIGLER, LL.B. ROY V. COWDEX. A.M. Louis M. GRAM, B.S. HERBERT C. SADLER, Sc.D. DEAN R. HOGUE RUSSELL DODD EARL A. GELHAAR HOWARD M. LUMSDEX FRATRES IX UX1VERSITATE 1921 HENRY D. STRICKER FREDERICK S. ROSER JACK H. EVANS HOWARD H. SCHLUNTZ SHELDON J. SAUER WILLIAM L. STADLER RALPH L. STADLER KARL J. MILLER EDWARD A. HULBERT HERBERT M. SHAW FREDERICK VV. HARTMANX ROBERT F. KILE LAWRENCE E. MACK PAUL WATZEL EUGENE GULP 1923 BRUCE H. BACON- CLARKE E. BRIGGS HAROLD M. BARRETT HENRY A. MELLOCHE RICHARD HEATH LEE S. McCLEXAHEN OTTO G. KOENIG CHARLES A. MILLER PLEDGES WILLIAM McCLENAHEN V. DONALD DIEBEL GEORGE R. XELLIS EDWIN BRUMFIEL Fire Hundred Fifty-two THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-I9-21 O ermitad e HEATH GULP BARRETT BACON MELLOCHE W. MCCLENAHEN DIEBEL L. McCLENAHEN Y ATZEL BRIGGS MACK HALL KlLE W. STADLER R. STADLER HARTMANN MILLER EVANS HULBERT ROSER STRICKER SHAW LUMSDEN HOGUE DODD SAUER Five Hundred Fifty-three 1 THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 Delta Sigma Phi ALPHA THETA OF MICHIGAN Established in 1920 FRATRES IN URBE JETHER RUBLEY, M.D. A. J. COOK, ' 22L C. H. DALEY, ' 2 2L JOHN F. VONKMAN, ' 2 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE BERNARD MOLL, Grad. ARTHUR ROGGEN, Grad. A FRANK F. CORN-WELL, ' 22L WILLIAM J. BALGOOYEN, ! 2iL RUDOLPH HABERMAN CLARENCE T. PENNOYER 1921 ROLAND P. BROWN EDWARD M. DEN-HERDER M. N. BOONSTRA L. H. J. DORNBOS RALPH DIETERLE 1922 GUY H. CHARTER HUGH D. McLEESE ARTHUR F. KAATZ HAROLD D. GOLDS VERNON H. SAUBLE DlRK ROTTSCHAEFER DANIEL VAN VORKOM WILLIAM A. VAIL ARTHUR VANDUREN HAROLD SLACK 1923 PAUL A. J. BOONE GEORGE GOLDS HAROLD C. HUNT ALBERT BOUMA CHARLES E. HOWARD ROBERT R. SHARP HERNDEN TAYLOR KENNETH J. ALLEN RUSSELL A. SURBROOK, ' 24 B. EDWARD BABBITT, ' 24 1924 PLEDGES JOHN ALFRED PUTNAM FRANKLIN B. MILLS, ' 23 EDWARD C. MAEDER, ' 24 Five Hundred Fifty-four THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-192I ' Delta Si ma ' PKi Founded at the College of the City of Nezv York in lS ) ) t 9 I f t i t v 9 9 t I I TAYLOR BOONE SAUBLE BOUMA H. GOLDS VANWORKOM G. GOLDS VAIL CHARTER KAATZ BOONSTRA DORNBOS MCL.EESE DIETERLE ROTTSCHAEFER MOLL DALEY HABERMAN COOK BROWN ROGGEN PENNOYER DENHERDER SLAGH MILLS HUNT BABBITT ROBISON ALLEN Five Hundred Fifty-five HOUSE C LUB TRIG OH MONKS PHYLON Five Hundred Fifty-six Five Hundred Fifty-seven THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 W Trigon Founded in 1905 HONORARY MEMBERS ALBERT LEWIS LOCKWOOD ALFRED HENRY LLOYD, Ph.D. CHARLES JOSEPH TILDEN, B.S. S. LAWRENCE BIGELOW, Ph.D. WILLIAM CHRISTIAN HOAD, B.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE GEORGE COURTNEY STUCKY ALBERT PHILLIP OHLMACHER PALMER EVANS SUTTON ALBERT CHARLES KERLIKOWSKE LEIGH BENJAMIN MIDDLEDITCH, ex ' 19 RICKEY BLENDON REAVILL, ex ' 19 ROBERT MORRIS KERR, ex ' 20 STANLEY TILTON LOWE, ex ' 20 JOHN WESLEY KUSCHINSK 1921 HERBERT ALLEYNE BROWNE ARTHUR HENNE ARNDTS CHARLES STEWART BAXTER ERNAL CHARLES HILL JOHN EDWIN BOICE EDWARD WARD BATTY, ex ' 20 ROBERT B. FRENCH FRANK HOWARD LEE, JR. 1922 GORDON TARBELL WAITE KENNETH H. QUAIL STEWART RANDOLPH BOYER, ex ' 20 JOHN MCDONALD BURGE LEWIS BOTTO Cl ' RRAN RALPH LAWRENCE HAGAMEIR LUCIEN FREDERICK SWEET HORACE ELY MCKNIGHT BURTON EBERLE DUNLOP AFTON L. PHILLIPS GEORGE WARREN HYDE ARTHUR DWIGHT HYDE THOMAS GREEN LAWTON 1924 HARVEY ELWYN REED CHARLES L. MORGAN, JR. NAVARRE THOMAS BARRON Five Hundred Fifty-eight THE-MICHIGANENSIAN ' 19 ' 21 I LAWTON DUNLOP G. W. HYDE SWEET A. D. HYDE REED HAGAMEIR MCKNIGHT BURGE CURRAN BOYER LEE PHILLIPS QUAIL WAITE BROWNE KUSCHINSK HILL BOICE ARNDTS FRENCH LOWE KERR STUCKY REAVILL MIDDLEDITCH BATTY BAXTER Fi-. ' e Hundred Fifty-nine THE-MICH1GANENS1AN-I9-21 Monks Established in 1910 DEAN ALFRED H. LLOYD ANGUS G. GOETZ NORMAN H. SALLWASSER DONALD J. THORPE HENRY J. RANFT FREDERICK L. WARFEI CLIFFORD J. HUTTON MILTON J. SALLWASSER MILTON A. GOETZ NICHOLAS E. LACY ARTHUR B. OTIS FREDERICK A. CROSS HOWARD L. BRADLEY LINTON E. WHALEY ALDERRICK HUBERT HAROLD WOOD FACULTY MEMBERS ] INACTIVE MEMBERS ACTIVE MEMBERS 1921 PROF. WILLIAM A. FRAYER ROGER I. MAN WARING EDWARD N. LONG JOSEPH A. AVERY 1922 1923 CARL R. PRATT PLEDGES AUBREY A. YOUNG HUBERT N. ROUSELLE PHILIP O. FOLEY FRANK A. MURPHY DONALD A. MC!NTYRE Louis W. SCHUMM HARRY H. HAIGHT ALVAH A. HEALD WINCHESTER COOLEY, [R. GEORGE P. SAWYER DANIEL RANKIN HENRY GILDNER EDGAR ELDREDGE Five Hundred Sixty (Tlonks t t I t Eldredge Gildner Wood Rankin Hubert haley Lacy Otis Maclntyre Goetz Pratt Cross Haight Heald Sawyer Schumm Warfel Foley Young Hutton Cooley Bradley Murphy Avery Dean Lloyd Thorpe Prof. Frayer Rouselle Ranft Fi?e Hundred Sixty-one THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I9-21 Phylon HONORARY MEMBERS NEWTON C. FETTER THOMAS M. I DEN ROY C. JACOBSEN WILLIAM S. TREWIN WAYNE F. BARNEY EARNEST H. BEERNINK J. HASTINGS DOWNIE WADE E. DE ' RIES LAWRENCE M. GOULD O. RICHARD BAKER RALPH L. BELKNAP WILLIAM L. BETTISON DONALD C. DOUGLAS JOSEPH C. HOOPER ROBERT D. HORN HENRY V. JOHNSON AMOS C. ANDERSON BENNET F. AVERY HUGH M. DALZIEL A. Ross Fox EARL G. KEIM BRADFORD B. LOVELAND STANLEY S. HAWKES WILMER S. FLEMING PAYSON C. GREGORY ACTIVE MEMBERS 1921 A. PAUL SCHOLL 1922 1923 PLEDGES J. GUY HALL GEORGE E. KORTEN J. NOBLE LANDIS PAUL E. MORRIS GEORGE B. WATKINS CYRIL L. KENDALL EARL R. LAIDLAW EDWARD F. PARSONS WALLACE A. ROE GEORGE N. WELSH ARTHUR H. STEELE GEORGE A. STIMPSON ALLEN G. McDiARMio HUDSON T. MORTON ROBERT J. NEWCOMBE G. JAMES O ' MARA EDWARD T. RAMSDELL HENRY H. WATSON CLAYTON W. WELLS WILBUR C. MATCH ETT GLENN A. MIDDLETON m t Fi: ' f Hundred Sixty-two THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-ieai Morton Kendall Xewcombe DeVries Keim Fox Roe Douglas Beernink Laidlow Fleming Loveland Dalziel Barney Landis Hawkes Gould Watkins Avery O ' Mara Gregory Steele Matchett Welsh McDairmid Johnson Baker Hooper Wells Hall Downie Bettison Scholl Korten Ramsdell Five Hundred Sixty-three THE MICH IGANENS1AN- 1921 Professional Fraternities In the order of their establishment at the University of Michigan PHI DELTA PHI (Law) .... . . 1869 Nu SIGMA Nu (Medical) . . . . .1882 DELTA SIGMA DELTA. (Dental) . . 1882 PHI DELTA CHI (Scientific) . 1883 ALPHA SIGMA (Homoeopa thic) .... . 1888 Xi Psi PHI (Dental) . . . " . 1889 PHI RHO SIGMA (Medical) ... . . 1897 PHI BETA Pi (Medical) . 1898 PHI ALPHA DELTA (Law) .... . 1905 PHI CHI (Medical) ... ... . 1905 Psi OMEGA (Dental) . . . . . 1905 ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA (Medical) .... . . 1906 Pi UPSILON RHO (Homoeopathic) .... ' . . 1906 GAMMA ETA GAMMA (Law) . . . . 1910 SIGMA DELTA CHI (Journalistic) ..... . 1910 DELTA THETA PHI (Law) . .1911 ALPHA RHO CHI (Architecture) . . . . 1914 THETA Xi (Scientific) . . . I9H SIGMA DELTA KAPPA (Law) . . 19 ' 4 ALPHA CHI SIGMA (Chemical) . . 1916 ALPHA KAPPA Psi -- 192 fire Hundred Sixty-four PROFESSIONAL: FRATERNiTiEE Five Hundred Sixty-five THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-I921 Phi Delta Phi KENT CHAPTER Established in 1869 FRATRES IN FACULTATE PRESIDENT EMERITUS HARRY B. HUTCHINS, A.B., LL.B. DEAN HENRY M. BATES, Ph.D., LL.B. DEAN JOHN R. EFFINGER, Ph.D. THOMAS A. BOGLE, LL.B. (Retired) HORACE L. WILGUS, M.S. VICTOR H. LANE, C.E., LL.B. ROBERT E. BUNKER, A.M., LL.B. (Retired) EDWIN C. GODDARD, Ph.B., LL.B. EDSON R. SUNDERLAND, A.M., LL.B. JOSEPH H. DRAKE, Ph.D., LL.B. EVANS HOLBROOK, A.B., LL.B. RALPH W. AIGLER, LL.B. JOHN B. WAITE, A.B., LL.B. EDGAR N. DURFEE, A.B., J.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE SAM S. CANTERBURY, A.M., Sigma Chi REGINALD M. COBBS, Psi Upsilon FERDINAND C. BELL, A.B., Sigma Alpha Epsilon ALAN W. BOYD, A.B., Delta Upsilon GEORGE O. BROPHY, Phi Gamma Delta RALPH E. GAULT, A.B., Theta Chi SEIGEL W. JUDD, B.S., Dartmouth College, Phi Gamma Delta PAUL F. JONES, Sigma Alpha Epsilon LEE E. JOSLYN, A.B., Chi Psi GEORGE R. LARWILL, Sigma Phi EZRA W. LOCKWOOD, A.B., Zeta Psi LEWIS H. MATTERN, A.B., Beta Theta Pi THOMAS F. MCALLISTER, A.B., Delta Kappa Epsilon JAMES I. MCCLINTOCK, A.B., Delta Upsilon JOHN HARPER MOORE. A.B. WILLIAM C. O ' KEEFE, A.B., Sigma Alpha Epsilon VICTOR H. SIMMONS, A.B., Phi Delta Theta HAROLD R. SMITH, A.B., Alpha Sigma Phi WINTER N. SNOW, A.B., Delta Tau Delta CHARLES E. TURNER, A.B. LESTER E. WATERBURY, A.B., Delta Upsilon R. NOBLE WETHERBEE, Litt.B., Princeton University, Chi Psi ROSCOE S. WILKEY, A.B., Sigma Chi HARRY C. WILLSON, Sigma Nu ERNEST L. ZEIGLER, Sigma Alpha Epsilon ARTHUR E. ZIGLER, Phi Gamma Delta Fire Hundred Sixty-six THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 Founded at the University of Michigan in iS6 ) Isham Turner Lockvvood Jones Moore Wetherbee illson O ' Keefe Bropliy Sorling Simmons Canterbury Larwill Zeigler Zigler Smith Mattern McClintock Waterbury McAllister Snov Wilkey Joslyn Judd Boyd Bell Gault Cobbs Five Hundred Sixty-seven THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-192! Nu Sigma Nu ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1882 DR. V. DR. C. DR. R. DR. F. DR. G. DR. VV DR. A. DR. C. DR. U. DR. C. DR. D. C. YAUGHAX B. DE T ANCREDE PETERSON G. XOVY C. HUBER R. PARKER M. BARRETT W. EDMUNDS J. WILE D. CAMP M. COWIE DR. S. L. BIGELOW DR. I. F. BREAKEY DR. C. J. DARLING A. D. RIKER H. B. MACCALLUM DEF. BuCKMASTER A. B. THOMPSON H. A. ST. JOHN P. M. MOORE, JR. A. G. GOETZ HAYDEN PALMER Y. . DEUMLING S. O. CHAMBERS J. E. BARSS R. S. BREAKEY J. V. CAMPBELL HARVEY CLARK F. J. FITZPATRICK FRATRES IX FACULTATE DR. H. EMERSON DR. L. B. KINGERY DR. F. N. WILSON DR. C. H. MARSHALL DR. D. M. MORRILI. DR. C. S. WRIGHT DR. C. EBERBACH DR. W. S. O ' DoNNEi.i DR. G. C. ADIE DR. W. W. HARRYMAN DR. WAYNE JOHNSTON FRATRES IX URBE DR. JOE PALMA DR. I. L. LOREE DR. MARK MARHSALL DR. CARL C. WARDEN FRATRES IX UXIYERSITATE 1921 E. P. CATHCART 1922 1923 1924 R. E. BARNEY C. L. F. DF.VRIES F. L. R. SNYDER H. B. BARKER W. M. GERMAN W. W. STONE W. A. SMITH W. P. DAVIS A. J. KARL J H. LABADIE ROY GILBERT E. A. KAHN PUTNAM BOYD P. H. LONG GEORGE STEVENSON Five Hundred Sixty-eight Founded at the University of Michigan in 1882 1. 1 . f ,t . I Stevenson Fitzpatrick Gilbert Breakey Lloyd Clark Long Karl Chambers Davis Barss Goetz Kahn Duemling LaBadie Campbell Palmer Smith Barker MacCallum Cathcart Snyder Moore Stone Kingery Buckmaster Riker St. John DeVries Barney Thompson German Fk ' e Hundred Sixty-nine i THE- MICH IGANENSIAN- 19 21 DR. L. P. HALL DR. C. J. LYONS DR. M. L. WARD DR. E. L. WHITMAN DR. V. G. RICKERT D. H. BELLINGER G. D. BOONE A. G. BOYNTON R. F. CANNON P. R. CARROLL H. O. ERBLAND H. A. ANDERSON J. O. BEAVIS W. M. BROWN C. A. DYER W. J. FOLLIS H. W. FOWLER J. H. HUTCHINS F. T. CZYSZ R. E. GEORGE R. H. GIER A. A. GlLLHOOLEY H. P. HART G. L. LOCKWOOD D. B. DARLING O. K. HOLLAND R. P. GRIFFIN W. C. GREGG C. D. AUSUM H. E. ARNDT R. J. BARBER G. A. BLACK F. P. BODIN W. M. BULLOCK Delta Sigma Delta ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1882 FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. N. S. HOFF DR. J. J. TRAVIS DR. R. W. BUNTING DR. M. T. WATSON DR. R. B. HOWELL DR. F. B. YEDDER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1921 H. N. GoTSCHALL J. P. GHYSELS D. C. LYONS F. L. VERNIER D. E. WRIGHT W. F. WOOD W. C. McBRIDE E. C. MYERS, C.E. W. J. PETERSON F. W. RANKIN E. M. SNYDER F. W. THOMPSON J. K. WRIGHT D. B. MADISON V " . R. RICHARDS, A.B. L. F. RlTTERSHOFER J. H. SHACKELFORD R. F. SOMMER F. L. STRAITH C. A. WILKIE 1924 A. E. GlLMORE PLEDGES H. H. BURKART G. R. MAITLAND R. K. OSGOOD C. E. ELY H. COLE G. HUBBARD R. V. LEVITT J. K. LYONS O. E. NOBERT A. L. SWAWSON R. L. WHEATON 1923 Five Hun ' dred Seventy THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-I9-21 ' Delta Sigma ' Delta, Founded at the University of Michigan in 1882 J i 5 JL J I ! I it t 1 Czsyz Straith Wheaton Richards Holland Snyder Wilkie Madison Gilmore Black K. Lyons Ausum A. Brown Cole Boden Nobert Swanson Levitt Barbour Shackleford Rittershofer Arndt Bullock Follis Maitland Thompson Gillhooley Lockwood George Osgood Giffen Sommers Gotschall Vernier Cannon Erbland Wood D. C. Lyons Bellinger Ghysels G.Wright Carrol J. K. Wright Hutchins Bearis Over Bovnton Peterson Fowler Rankin Five Hundred Seventy-one I Phi Delta Chi ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1883 FRATRES IN FACULTATF. V. C. VAUGHN, M.D., Ph.D., Sc.D., LL.D. H. H. WILLARD, Ph.D. C. W. EDMUNDS, A.B., M.D. C. C. GLOVER, M.S. THEOPHIL KLINGMAN, Ph.C., M.D. H. W. EMERSON, B.S., M.D. R. J. CARNEY, Ph.D. R. K. MCALPIXE, A.B., Ph.D. CHAS. E. STOCKING, B.S. (Rho) FRATRES IN URBE LA VERNE O. GUSHING, Ph.C. C. W. MERKEL, Ph.C., M.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE T. WALDO BLACKMER JOHN M. INGLIS H. JAY THORBURN DALE H. MOATE C. NORMAN FLETCHER HARRY D. CONNELL MAX A. COSTA HERBERT F. VoxEwEGEx DUANE H. EIDSON CHARLES M. RIDGWAY BRUCE A. IRWIN G. CARL TASKER TROY C. DANIELS JAMES H. DELANEY ROBERT D. THOMAS SMITH J. THORRINGTON LYNN B. ROBY itt Hundred Seventy-two 1921 1922 HARVEY A. WHITNEY 1923 1924 CLAYTON B. MATTESON ELMER J. TRAUT EDWIN CECIL WATTS HANS W. VAHLTEICH RAYMOND C. WARNER ARTHUR E. LAMPERT W. LEE McCABE DONALD C. CULVER EARL A. POWERS WALTER MATTSON CHARLES M. WARNER PMAR F. DICKRAGER MARSHALL A. HESS RAYMOND C. SMITH ARTHUR T. SAUNDERS FREDERICK J. WENZLER STUART S. STEFFEY PKi " Delta CKT Founded at the Unive rsity of Michigan in 188} f SI n, f Whitney Ridgway Irwin Tasker Delaney Lampert Daniels VonEwegen Costa McCabe Culver Thomas Mattson Connell Warner R. C. Warner Vahlteich Fletcher Moats Blackmer Inglis Traut Thorburn Matteson Thorrington Dickrager Hess Smith Roby Powers Eidson JO? Hundred Seventy-three Y THE-MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 Alpha Sigma MU SIGMA ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1888 VV. A. DEWEY, M.D. DEAN- W. MYERS, M.D. HUGH BEEBE, M.D. SCOTT RUNNELS, M.D. A. L. FRENCH E. LUTZ A. S. SHELDON C. VV. BAUER R. O. DAVIDSON H. P. BUCKINGHAM C. L. PEACHEY L. H. LUMBY N. MARENTEY K. SCHNEIDER A. M. BEGOLE FRATRES IX FACULTATE DEAN W. B. HINSDALE, M.S., A.M., M.D. 1921 H. HARPST 1922 1923 1924 PLEDGES GARTH BOERICKE, M.D. LYNN BOYD, M.D. RAY WYNN, M.D. JAMES K. DURLING, M.D. R. B. PENZOTTI R. H. HOLMES H. S. WILLSON J. K. COLE J. VICK G. L PTON P. KoBER M. J. CRINO J. A. HOOKEY A. J. Bu ' CKBAUER H. B. JONES I Fire Hundred Seventy-four i THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 Founded at New York Homoeopathic Medical School in iSi)l Mu Sigma Alpha Fraternity founded at the University of Michigan in iSSS and amalgamated with Alpha Sigma in IQOO Crino Hookey Schneider Brickbauer BeGole Jcnes Marentey Upton Vick Kober Lumby Cole Willson Buckingham Peachey Davidson Bauer Lutz Harpst Sheldon French Holmes Five Hundred Seventy-five THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 Xi Psi Phi ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1889 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE H. G. HlXKLEY J. C. PORTER J. L. REED A. M. YEAGER C. J. McCANN E. L. FORSYTH F. J. KNEPPLE D. M. TEAL C. W. WILSON R. W. CHRISTIE M. D. SLAUGHTER G. F. WEAVER H. B. C.A. E. C. W. R S. D. W. C. CM. T. E. H. R. R.N. STEFFY LUND BEEBE . MclNNES LoRRAXGER O ' HARA DROSTE PHELPS NlCHALS WEAVER PLEDGES R. F. DEEBACK M. E. HANNA C. D. HIXON B. E. BROTHERTOX A. C. GIBSOX E. F. MAST P. N. KIEF D. H. ERPELDING H. A. DENGLER D. T. BEYERS J. E. MURPHY C. R. WORMER C. W. CARTIER W. J. MCCARTHY H. F. LOWN W. F. STREIT D. C. CHAPMAN H. D. MAST J. LUZUNARIS T. R. PORTER H. W. LUNDAI.L J. F. SMIGGEX ii ' e Hundred Sf?rnt -six THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 I Founded at the University of Michigan in BYERS DROSTE WALMOTH HIXSON DEEBACH EPELDING E. MAST O ' HARA DENGLER CHAPMAN LORANGER MC!NNES BROTHERTON MURPHY STEFFY LUZUNARIS KIEF CHRISTIE WILSON SLAUGHTER HANNAG. WEAVER BEBE LABBE GLOVER FORSYTHE YEAGF.R HINCKLEY MCANN JEAL REED PHELPS LOWN STREIT H. MAST CARTIER PORTER R. WEAVER NICHOLS STREIT Five Hundred S Phi Rho Sigma ZETA CHAPTER Established in 1897 FRATRES IX FACULTATE ft WARREN P. LOMBARD, A.B., Sc.D., M.D. R. BISHOP CANFIELD, A.B., M.D. THOMAS TOLAN, B.S., M.D. PARKER HEATH, B.S., M.D. A. L. JACOBY, A.B., M.D. F. O. COLLER, A.B., M.D. T. W. ADAMS, A.B., M.D. FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE L. E. DANIELS, A.B., M.D. W. K. REXFORD, A.B., M.D. R. M. CLEARY, M.D. H. F. ROWLEY, M.D. R. L. FINCH, A.B., M.D. R. S. CRON, A.B., M.D. WALTER T. HOTCHKISS, B.S. LYLE C. BACON, A.B. JOHN C. DETRO LAWRENCE W. FAUST CARROLL S. DAVENPORT EUGENE R. ELZINGA RALPH B. FAST W. LOYD KEMP, A.B. JOHN E. LUDWICK CLARKE M. McCoLL 1921 FREDERICK B. WIGHT LELAND E. HOLLY, A.B., M.S. CARLETON J. MARINUS, A.B., M.S. HOWARD B. METTEL XORMAN E. CLARKE, A.B. 1922 ROBERT S. BLIOL WILLIAM H. BRACE, A.B. STEWART E. DOOLITTLE ROBERT DIETERLE HAROLD R. ROEHM, B.S. J. ALFRED ROLLS, A.B. LAWRENCE M. RUTZ WALDEMAR F. SCHREIBER, A.B. EUGENE VERNOU, A. B. GEORGE F. GREEN- CHARLES C. MERKEL EARLE B. RITCHIE JOHN M. BARNES EARL B. McKiNLEY 1923 JAMES H. MATHEWS HOWARD H. HEFFRON RAYMOND M. SLATE WILLIAM H. STOKES EDWARD WISHROPP, B.S. EDWARD P. GILLETTE, A.B. 1924 HUDSON H. FLEISCHHAUER CECIL B. HERT EVERRETT V. JOHNSTON FRANCIS N. KIMBALL LAWRENCE B. SCHNEIDER LE MOYNE SNYDER, A.B. WALTER M. SIMPSON SHELBY W. WISHART, A.B. HAROLD A. FURLONG WILLIAM F. HOOVER Louis G. HERRMAN JOHN M. HOLT, JR. PAUL Du Bois Five Hundred Seventy-fight Founded at Northwestern University in 1890 RITCHIE GREEN Du Bois VERNOU BARNES FURLONG HOOVER MERKEL HERRMAN HOLT SCHNEIDER BUOL DOOLITTLE KIMBALL FLEISCHHAUER ROLLS HERT WISHART RUTZ SCHREIBER SNYDER SlMPSON STOKES McCoLL ELZ1NGA RoEHM BRACE JOHNSTON SLATE GILLETTE KEMP MATHEWS FAST LUDWIG McKiNLEY DAVENPORT HEFFRON WISHROPP METTEL WIGHT MARINUS HOLLY HOTCHKISS CLARK DETRO FAUST BACON X Five Hundred Seventy-nine THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 Phi Beta Pi BETA CHAPTER Established in 1898 FRATRES IN " FACULTATE ALBERT C. FURSTENBERG, B.S., M.D. RALPH E. BOICE, B.S., M.D. GEORGE SLOCUM, M.D. WILLIAM D. STINSON, A.B., M.D. ERWIN E. NELSON, Ph.D. HAZEX L. MILLER, B.S., M.D. HAROLD D. BARNARD, B.S., M.D. CHARLES N. WELLER, B.S., M.D. CARL E. BADGLEY, B.S., M.D. E. FORREST MERRILL, M.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE BRUCE A. HARRIS WILLIAM E. COLE, B.S. Louis J. GARIEPY, JR., B.S. JOHN A. LUKENS EARL W. MCKELVEV WILLIAM A. CORCORAN JAMES E. CROUSHORE WARD E. DENISON CHARLES E. FUTCH RALPH E. HALL, B.S. E. WALTER HALL, A.B., A.M. E. T. JONES 1921 GEORGE E. GERKEN 1922 1923 J. A. BACON- LA MOTT F. BATES NORMAN K. FOLEY FRANK LYNN ROGERS WAKEFIELD WILLIAM J. SHERIDAN- FRANCIS N. SCOTT- JOHN WRIGHT HAVEN DOAKE RICHARD J. BAILEY GEORGE A. STIMSON 1924 L. M. ANDERSON- PLEDGES MAURICE D. SHELDON- HENRY L. SMITH, B.S. CULLEN E. SUGG, A.B. J. HUME TAYLOR, B.S. E. CARROL YATES A. DALE KIRK HERBERT G. KLEEKAMP WALTER O. K.LINGMAN, A.B. JAMES M. PIERCE HAROLD W. RIGGS, A.B. JOHN F. SANDER C. DOUGLAS SARGENT WALTER F. MAN-LEY WILLIAM R. MCGREGOR CLYDE OSBORN HAROLD K. SCHILLINGER EDWARD M. VARDON DAVID L. BEERS CHARLES EADES NICHOLAS LACEY JESSE G. HALL WALTER E. TOBIN Five Hundred Eighty THE-MICH! Founded at University of Pittsburgh in IQI PIERCE VARDON SARGENT KLEEKAMP CORCORAN RIGGS MCGREGOR R HALL DENISON CROUSHORE LINN BEERS FOLEY E. HALL FUTCH YATES SAUNDER KIRK JONES BAILEY I. HALL STIMSON PRICE TAYLOR LUKENS SUGG GERKEN DR. SLOCUM SHELDON HARRIS COLE GARIEPY SMITH LACEY MCKELVEY ANDERSON KLINGMAN SCHII.LINGER TOBIN HOFFMAN BATES MANLEY WAKEFIELD OSBORNE DOANE WRIGHT SHERIDAN BACON SHOTT Five Hundred Eighty-one Phi Alpha Delta CAMPBELL CHAPTER Established in 1905 FRATRES IN FACULTATE GROVER C. GRISMORE, A.B., J.D. 1921 W. O. R. JOHNSON, A.B. RAYMOND M. LEWIS J. PAUL THOMAN NORMAN H. SALLWASSER BRUCE B. LORING GEORGE A. BROWN, A.B. HOWARD A. DONNELLY, A.B. JOHN C. CLARK, A.B., A.M. PAUL O. STRAWHECKER WALTER A. KIRKBY PAUL GORDON, A.B. ANDERSON D. MEADOWS MILTON J. SALLWASSER RUSSELL W. SMITH. A.B. 1923 G. DOUGLAS CLAPPERTON, A.B. W. ROSCOE TONKIN, B.A. LEE C. ROBINSON ANDREW W. LOCKTON JOSEPH W. PLANCK, A.B. EARL DORPHNER HEBER HUDSON, A.B. LEONARD J. BROOKS, A.B. SAMUEL H. RIGGS GEORGE D. ANDERSON J. ARTHUR FRIEDLUND OWEN JEFFERSON WATTS WAYNE VAN OSDEL F. B. HETTINGER (j Fire Hundred Eighty-two AlpKa Delt Founded at A orthivestern University in 1897 SMITH SALLWASSER KIRKBY ANDERSON GORDON HETTINGER VAN OSDEL WATTS CLARK STRAWHECKER MEADOWS BROOKS RIGGS FRIEDLUND HUDSON LOCKTON PLANCK LORING BROWN THOMAN SALLWASSER JOHNSON DONNELLY ROBINSON LEWIS TONKIN CLAPPERTON DORPHNER Five Hundred Eighty-three i X THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 Phi Chi PSI CHAPTER Established in 1905 FRATRES IN FACULTATE ROLLO E. McCoTTER, M.D. W. E. FORSYTH, A.B., M.D. V. A. Ross, M.D. E. VV. SINK, A.B., M.A., M.D. C. R. HILLS, A.B., M.D M. F. MINER, M.D. JOHN SHERRICK, M.D. J. MANTING, M.D. L. T. FOSTER, M.D. H. H. CUMMINGS, M.D. FRATRES IX URBE CONRAD GEORG, M.D. FRATRES IX UXIYERSITATE F. P. ALLEN C. W. BEHN W. C. COWAN L. H. DARLING J. W. HELFRICH, A.B. J. H. EARLEY J. L. CURTIN L. B. HEWITT G. KESKEY S. H. CROSSLAXD GUY CULVER C. VV. HARDY K. P. JONES VV. G. KILBURY VV. L. FAUST A. S. JOHNSON M. A. HUNTER M. P. ISAMINGER H. K. ANGLE K. M. BEIERLEIN D. H. CONDIT H. B. CROWELL S. E. SOMERS J. A. WHITE 1921 J. A. SMITH 1922 1923 1924 PLEDGES W. E. KUCHENMEISTER C. H. MCCARTY L. H. McKiM T. A. PEEBLES A. D. RUDEMANN J. C. McCLURE R. O. RYCHENER F. STURM C. R. STRAATSMA G. E. MILLER H. F. MIKSCH A. C. KERLIKOWSKE R. R. SHAFTER D. R. WRIGHT G. R. BOYD J. L. KLEINHEKSEL T. B. PAUSZEK C. J. POPPIN E. RuEDEMANN W. C. Cox H. O. CROSBY J. H. MARSHALL F. A. MURPHY M. J. HOLDSWORTH ' j;r Hundred Eighty-four THE-MICHI Founded at University of Vermont in 1882 m 5 H ,? J J I I 5 ff . SoMERS E. RuEDEMANN ANGLE IsAMINGER MARSHALL XoRTON REESE PoPPIN HoLDSWORTH CROSBY WHITE BEIERLEIN M. JOHNSON HOWER A. S. JOHNSON PAUSZEK CONDIT BOYD KLEINHEKSEL STRAATSMA STURM KESKEY McKiM ALLEN DARLING EARLEY RYCHENER SMITH McCtURE CURTIN HEWITT HELFRICH COWAN A.D. RTEDEMANN SCARBORO Ross KUECHENMEISTER FORSYTHE SINK BEHN PEEBLES WRIGHT HARDY ' CuLVER MILLER CROSSLAND JONES KILBURY MIKSCH SHATTER Five Hundred Eighty-fife Psi Omega GAMMA KAPPA CHAPTER Established in 1905 FRATRES IN FACULTATE A. G. IRVING, D.D.S. J. B. CRILL, D.D.S. M. D. XUcKoY, Ph.G., D.D.S. G. M. PARSONS, D.D.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE R. V. CHASE HENRY HICKS E. J. KUIVINEN C. R. BUELL N. A. BEECKEL H. C. ELDREDGE F. J. Fox R. C. GORMAN R. G. ALEXANDER F. H. BRADSHAW M. M. BOSTWICK R. B. COLLINS RICHARD DE LOOP V. H. EMAN R. S. GREGORY F. B. HOVER H. H. BUGH E. K. CROSBY KIRK GARDHAM H. L. HOUVENER R. J. MASSELINK 1921 G. G. MCKNIGHT 1922 1923 E. E. WHALE PLEDGES R. A. WAGNER P. P. PAINE L. G. RAUB T. W. WOZNIAK F. C. HARTWELL V. P. LEARMONT J. G. NAYLOR F. C. NAYLOR R. E. KLINESTEKER O. J. KINSEL C. K. MADDEN H. V. MALIN C. D. REED C. F. SULKERS J. H. TODD J. J. TOLAN H. A. TEWS D. F. McCoLL L. A. SOULTS A. E. TAYLOR T. H. TUCKER W. A. VlGNETTO Fire Hundred Eighty-six A rsi Ome4 a. Founded at Baltimore Dental College of Dental Surgery in i8g2. ff.f t Tt IV I I HOVER TEWS TODD EMAN WHALE SULKERS MALIN DE LOOF BRADSHAW GREGORY ALEXANDER PATHE TOLAN BUELL BEECKEL BOSTWICK HARTWELL ELDREDGE T. NAYLOR ROTHROCK WEBER KLINESTEKER LEARMONT Fox RAUB SANREGRET GORMAN CHASE HICKS WOZNIEAK KUIVINEN MCKNIGHT KINSEL J. NAYLOR HOUVENER CROSBY MASSELINK McCoLL TUCKER BUGH SOULTS GARDHAM VIGNETTO WAGNER Five Hundred Eighty-seven rHE-MICHIGANENSIANjJ921 Alpha Kappa Kappa ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER Established in 1906 DR. MAX MINOR PEET DR. MERRITT D. HAAG DR. PHIL L. MARSH DR. JOHN J. GARVEY DR. DON |. BARNES FRATRES IX FACULTATE DR. THEO. SQUIER DR. XORMAN F. MILLER DR. CARREL HYDE DR. LEROY ABBOTT, (Sigma; FRATRES IN URBE DR. PAUL M. IRELAND DR. HAROLD G. WALLER DR. FRANK E. CURTIS FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE S. WILLIAM BECKER EUGENE A. Osius ROBERT J. MCCANDLISS ALBERT P. OHLMACHER LIONEL X. MERRILL WALTER A. BAUER X. WARREN BOURNE MORGAN G. CARPENTER JAMES R. HALFHILL, JR. G. HAROLD BELOTE C. HARRISON CREGO, JR. RAYMOND G. FINNIE EARL X. V AN ORNUM KENNETH D. BOND VERNON C. ABBOTT REA BECKWITH LIONEL CAMERON SENIORS CHARLES J. OEHLHOFFER JUNIORS THOMAS W. DURBIN EDWIN P. RUSSELL ERNEST E. HUBER ALFRED W. VEIT SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN PLEDGES HENRY D. STRICKER LESTER M. WIEDER PALMER E. SUTTON NOEL F. SHAMBAUGH RALPH G. CAMPBELL MYRTON S. CHAMBERS FAUL H. GARVEY RUSSELL E. LYNCH THEO. I. BAUER ROBERT L. GLASS GEORGE E. MORELAND ROBERT H. PHILLIPS FRANK HACKETT GEORGE PLANCK VOLNEY C. HARMON Five Hundred Eighty-eight THE-MICH1GANENSIAN-1921 Founded at Dartmouth College in 1898 f Jl f t I 1 I ft I f f f I I I f f f -I f ! CREGO HALFHILL BAUER GARVEY LYNCH BELOTE BOURNE CARPENTER BAUER CAMPBELL SHAMBAUGH WIEDER CHAMBERS MERRILL SUTTON VEIT OEHLHOFFER HUBER BECKER Osius DR. FEET DR. HYDE DURBIN RUSSELL McCANDLiss PHILLIPS GLASS GABBY ABBOTT FINNIE HACKETT VAN ORNUM BOND Fife Hundred Eighty-nine Pi Upsilon Rho VERTEBRA OCTA Established in 1906 FRATRES IN URBE G. IRVING NAVLOR, B.S., M.D. DAYTON T. PULFORD R. F. FENTON M. A. GOLDSMITH, B.S. G. T. WAGGONER C. J. WILLIAMS C. C. WILTSE D. RADCLIFFE D. H. PIETZ G. A. TUTTLE, JR. H. D. SCARNF.CHIA C. C. WOLCOTT, A.B., M.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1922 C. B. STOUFFER, M.D. 1923 F. VAN SCHOICK 1924 L. HENKEL PRE-MEDIC JOHN HUTTON SPECIAL II. E. WlSNER G. W. CHAMBERS W. M. LAFEVRE, A.B. C. C. BAILEY H. W. GALSTER F. G. COOK D. LONIE H. J. BRISBOIS f. W. LARSEN G. M. CHII.DS C. McRAE Five Hundred A inrty Pi Upsilon TJho Founded at Hahnemann Medical College, Chicago, in i$J7 WILLIAMS PIETZ CHILDS GALSTER TUTTLE FENTON Mi KAI RADCLIFFE SCARNECHIA LONIE COOK VANSCHOICK BRISBOIS WILTSE GOLDSMITH HENKEL LE FEVRE WAGGONER BAILEY PULFORD DR. STOUFFER DR. NAYLOR DR. WOLCOTT CHAMBERS WISNER Fivf Hundred Ninety-one THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 X HTA Gamma Eta Gamma Established in 1910 T. B. DOYLE Ross G. WALKER GEORGE B. WOLFE C. E. PAIGE F. B. DARDEN- F. PENBERTHY R. E. DUNNETTE O. T. SHARKEY EDWARD KNUFF M. B. CONKLIN H. G. SALTER WYNN BLAISDELL DON M. HARLAN C. H. DALEY W. J. BALGOOYEN F. J. EATON H. E. McCowN CLYDE V. NUTTEN JAMES OLDS J. E. WEST HARVEY A. FISCHER JOHN W. KELLY E. E. KINCAID ARCH. D. WILSON- CLARENCE C. WATSON H. C. MARTIN J. D. WOLFE CHARLES BOYLE RAY McCALL DAN COLL L. A. LLOYD PLEDGES C. PENBERTHY M. H. DOYLE Fire Hundred inrtv-tteo THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 Gamma Eta Gamma Founded at the University of Maine in KELLY C. PENBERTHY DARDEN FISCHER SALTER WOLFE DALEY NUTTEN F. PENBERTHY EATON PAGE WEST HARLAN McCowN WALKER SHARKEY DUNNETTE KNUFF WOLFE DOYLE CONKLIN BLAISDELL BALGOOYEN DOYLE BOYLE LLOYD McCALL WATSON MARTIN COLL WILSON Fii ' e Hundred . inetv-three THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 Sigma Delta Chi MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established in 1910 FRATRES IN FACULTATE PROF. FRED XEWTON SCOTT, Ph.D. EDWARD SIMPSON EVERETT, A.B. PROF. JOHN R. BRUMM, A.M. ALBERT D. CON KEY, A.M. HAROLD P. SCOTT, Ph.D. FRATRES IN URBE CONRAD X. CHURCH, A.B. WILFRED B. SHAW, A.B. BRUCE A. SWANEY, A.B. FRATRES IN UXIVERSITATE THOMAS H. ADAMS STEWART T. BEACH JOSEPH A. BERNSTEIN GEORGE O. BROPHY BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL CHESSER M. CAMPBELL GAGE E. CLARK XORMAN C. DAMON BYRON DARNTON CLARENCE HATCH HUGH HITCHCOCK JAMES A. KENNEDY DAVID B. LANDIS JOHN E. McMANis G. P. OVERTON WILLIAM H. RILEY, JR. ROBERT D. SAGE THORNTON W. SARGENT, JR. RENAUD SHERWOOD HERBERT R. SLUSSER FRANCIS M. SMITH LESTER E. WATERBURY HOWARD WEEKS LEE M. WOODRUFF Five Hundred Ninety-four CLARK SAGE RILEY HATCH ADAMS OVERTON BROPHY BEACH BERNSTEIN SHERWOOD SMITH SARGENT HITCHCOCK WATERBURY CAMPBELL SLUSSER Sigma Delta Chi NATIONAL JOURNALISTIC FRATERNITY Founded at DePauto University, IQOQ ROSTER OF SIGMA DELTA CHI CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA DENVER UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON PURDUE UNIVERSITY OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN UNIVERSITY OF IOWA UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS UNIVERSITY OF OREGON UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY OF INDIANA UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA IOWA STATE COLLEGE STANFORD UNIVERSITY STATE UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY KANSAS STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF MAINE BELOIT COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA MIAMA UNIVERSITY KNOX COLLEGE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY GRINNELL COLLEGE PITTSBURG UNIVERSITY COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO CORNELL UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA OREGON STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI CHAPTERS DETROIT SEATTLE MILWAUKEE Five Hundred Ninety-Jive THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 Delta Theta Phi CHRISTIANCY SENATE Established in 1912 Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity is the result of the consolidation in 1912 of three law fraternities: I. Delta Phi Delta, founded in 1900. 2. Alpha Kappa Phi, founded in 1858, reorganized in 1902. 3. Theta Lambda Phi, founded in 1903. MEMBERS 1921 E. REED HUNT, A.B., Sigma Phi Epsilon CLARENCE E. Lorr, Phi Kappa Psi WALLACE C. HALL, A.B., L.L.B. FREDERICK G. BEATTIE FRANK G. PATTERSON, B.S. HELMUTH E. MAAG GEORGE A. BOUCHARD, A.B., Sigma Phi Epsilon CARL G. BRANDT FRANK R. WALTERS, A.B. JOHN C. GARY, A.B. WILBUR A. ELDRIDGE, A.B. JOHN M. CHASE, A.B. CLARENCE L. SMITH, A.B. CARL G. SCHMIEDESKAMP, A.B. JOE N. WHITE FRED A. GARIEPY ROBERT B. CUNNINGHAM, Sigma Xu JAMES E. SPIER, Sigma Nu 1922 ALBERTUS J. COOK, Delta Sigma Phi JACK T. EVANS, Hermitage RICKEY B. REAVILL, Trigon ROGER I. MANWARING, Monks HENRY J. LEASURE DELBERT G. BARCLAY CLEM F. STORCKMAN GEORGE E. LONCSTAFF LESLIE P. WHELAN, Sigma Phi Epsilon 1923 EDWARD J. JEFFRIES, Alpha Sigma Phi WILLIAM BALES, Sigma Nu PAUL R. WILSON ROBERT B. RICHARDSON CHRIS M. YOUNGJOHN J. HOWARD KING AUSTIN M. FREASE, Alpha Sigma Phi WARREN E. KUDNER EARLE C. KNEALE EDWIN W. GREENLEAF HOWARD F. PATTERSON D. BYRON AYRES, Phi Mu Alpha ARTHUR E. PIERPONT ALFRED E. LINDBLOOM 1924 WILLIAM H. W ISE WILLIAM A. BUSSE HAROLD E. HOWLETT GLENN O. WALLACE ALFRED W. SPEER CARL H. SMITH ROLAND R. WHITTAKER Fi:-f Hundred Ninety-six THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 Delta TKeta Founded at Cleveland Law School in 1913 ALPHA KAPPA PHI, 1858; DELTA PHI DELTA, 1900; THETA LAMBDA PHI, 1903 Consolidated in 1913 i PATTERSON ELDRIDGE EVANS SCHMIEDESKAMP LEASURE BUSSE KNEALE KUDNER SPEIR SMITH DUNCONSON CHASE MANWARING CUNNINGHAM YOUNGJOHN COOK GREENDLEAF WHITE LOTT BRANDT MAAG HALL HUNT BOUCHARD BEATTIE WALTERS GARY BALES KING AYRES RICHARDSON STORCKMAN LINDBLOOM PIERPONT WISE BORDAY JEFFRIES Five Hundred Ninety-seven 1 THE-M1CHIGANENS AN -I 921 Alpha Rho Chi I KTIXOS CHAPTER Established in 1914 FRATRES IX FACULTATE PROF. EMIL LORCH PROF. Louis H. BOYNTON PROF. J. J. A. ROUSSEAU PROF. HERBERT R. CROSS PROF. G. D. McCoNKEY ERNEST H. BARNES LEON A. MAKIELSKI FRATRES IN " UXIVERSITATE EUGENE D. STRAIGHT GLENN H. BENJAMIN FREDERICK J. MORSE RALPH DEMMON ALGER LUCKLAM HAROLD PETERSON HERBERT STANLEY ALFRED NASER ROBERT AINSWORTH HOWARD FARLEY LEO CHAMBERLIN WILLIS BURDICK LAWRENCE BURDICK 1921 1922 1923 PLEDGES EDWARD OLNEY JAMES W. KIDENEY ROBERT F. MILLER ERVIN BAILEY FRANK ANDRUS JOHN J. ZIMMERMAN WALLACE GILL WARD DAVENPORT MAX COLTER ERIC MILDNER THOMAS MURPHEY ROGER SHERMAN JULIAN COWAN EUGENE CLELLAND Five Hundred Ninety-eight THE-MICH1GANENSIAN- AlpKa 1 0 CKi Founded at the Universities of Michigan and Illinois in 11)14 CLELAND L. BURDICK COWIN CHAMBERLAIN W. BURDICK SHERMAN MILDNER OLNEY BADGER FARLEY PETERSON COLTER NASER MURPHEY BAILEY GILL STANLEY AINSWORTH DEMMON ZIMMERMAN CONNETT DAVENPORT MORSE GRAY MILLER STRAIGHT KIDENEY BATTIN BENJAMIN ANDREWS Five Hundred Ninety-nine |E H K THE MICHIGANENSIAN-IQQI )J|C= K jSgl9jg f I f 1 Theta Xi I . SIGMA CHAPTER Established in 1914 WILLIAM C. HOAD, B.S. FRATRES IX FACULTATE HENRY H. HIGBIE, E.E. 1 [51 HERMAN R. BEUHLER WALTER R. DRURY FRATRES IX URBE MAURICE G. SHELDON E. CARROLL YATES i ORRIN S. GULLEY JAMES M. MOORE DUDLEY W. PITKIN 1921 HAROLD D. VAN DEMAN ELTON W. VIETS ELWOOD A. WINDHAM ! WESLEY L. BATES GEORGE I. BLACK, JR. MYRON J. GRAVER PAUL DUCKWAI.L, JR. 1922 HARVEY E. FRYE CARL M. KRUEGER HOMER F. ROSBACK CECIL H. RUBY KENNETH COLE WILLIAM A. GRIFFIN- EDWARD C. HAUG DwiGHT F. McDoNAI.D ALBERT C. McKiNLEY ) HENRY J. CORSETTE CARLTON W. CRUMB 1923 PLEDGES B. RAYMOND KRITZ THEODORE V. NICHOLS REX G. REASON JOHN P. TYNES RICHARD B. TYNES RALPH W. VOSPER JOHN A. MORELAND FREDERICK S. KRATZ W 5 Six Hundred THE-MICHIGANENSIAN- 19-21 Theta Xi Founded at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in I R. TYNES COLE VOSPER REASON HAUG J. TYNES MCDONALD ROSBACK RUBY BLACK KRUEGER GRAVER NICHOLS FRYE BATES GULLEY MOORE VIETS PITKIN WINDHAM VANDEMAN DUCKWALL McKiNLEY CRUMB MORELAND KRATZ CORSETTE GRIFFIN Six Hundred One Sigma Delta Kappa ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1914 FRATRES IN URBE GEORGE W. SAMPLE, LL.B. WILLIAM M. LAIRD, LL.B. FRATRES IX UXIYERSITATE FRANCIS E. CHADWICK V ' ALOIS E. CROSSLEY JOHN M. DURBIN LELAND L. GALT CARROLL D. HIPP LYLE D. HOLCOMB LEO W. KUHN ROY E. LOUNSBURY HAROLD F. LUSK ROBERT F. MATTHEWS FRANK MARTIN, JR. HOMER MARTIN- LOUIS A. PARKER RUSSELL C. BRANNAN CEDRIC W. CLARK CLAUDE K. CONKLIN JAMES K. POLLOCK, JR. GEORGE E. QUINNELL EDWARD J. RICHARDS TURNER M. RUDESILL EDWARD E. RUZICKA RAYMOND V. SMITH HERBERT R. SLUSSER CHARLES B. STEGNER ELMER L. STEPHENSON HERMAN H. STEPHENSON KENNETH L. THOMPSON DONALD L. WOOD LEWIS R. WILLIAMS WILLIAM H. WILMOT PLEDGES KLTON F. HASCALL RUSSELL A. KENT A. HILLARD WILLIAMS WALLACE A. WOODLOCK Six Hundred Two THE-MICHIGA Ita Xappa Founded at the University oj Michigan in 1913 i I I 3 I SMITH C. STEPHENSON THOMPSON DURBIN CHADWICK PARKER KUHN CLARK WILLIAMS GRINNELL GALT RUZICKA POLLOCK HIPP LOUNSBERRY H. STEPHENSON STEGNER WOOD HOLCOMB MATTHEWS CROSSLEY RUDESILL F. MARTIN RICHARDS LUSK BRANNAN SLUSSER KENT WOODLOCK H. MARTIN CONKLIN HASCALL COKER Six Hundred Three THE MICH IGANENSIAN- 1921 X Alpha Chi Sigma ALPHA BETA CHAPTER Established in 1916 FRATRES IN FACULTATE PROF. EDWIN M. BAKER PROF. WALTER L. BADGER PROF. FLOYD E. BARTELL PROF. ROBERT J. CARNEY ALFRED FERGUSON, Ph.D. J. HALLETT HODGES, Ph.D. PROF. S. LAWRENCE BIGELOW EUGENE H. LESLIE, Ph.D. PROF. CLIFFORD C. MELOCHE ROY K. MCALPINE, Ph.D. PROF. CLAIR UPTHEGROVE PROF. WILLIAM G. SMEATON PROF. HOBART H. WILLARD r HONORARY PROF. ALFRED H. WHITE PROF. EDWARD D. CAMPBELL FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ADAM GLEN AITCHISON JOSEPH O. ARROWSMITH WAYNE W. ALLBRIGHT JOSEPH W. BRITTON HERBERT A. BROWNE EGBERT K. BACON LEE O. CASE GEORGE W. COLLINS ROSWELL P. DILLON JOHN H. GARDNER KERSHAW HARMS WALTER R. HICKLER HENRY H. JOHNSON DONALD C. LAMB STANLEY LOWE THOMAS J. LYNCH THERON G. FINZEL GEORGE G. BROWNE ARTHUR G. CAMPBELL JOHN S. FRANCE JOHN KENNEDY PLEDGES JOSEPH M. MILLER WILLIAM J. MC LL RICHARD A. NUGENT ALBERT PLAMBECK WARD H. PITKIN JOHN F. Ross HERMAN S. SHERMAN GEORGE F. SMITH MALCOLM H. SOULE GEORGE STRUMBECK STEWARD ULLMANN LEE VAN HORN RUDOLPH B. WEREY HAROLD G. WHITCOMB AUBREY A. YOUNG PETER VAN DOMELAN BENNETT L. HEATH MARION A. TANNER MILTON A. DIXON ELTON B. TUCKER Six Hundred Four THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 Founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1902 t tt I..1IJ E. R. JOHNSON YOUNG MC LL G. BROWN WEREY Ross STROMBECK GARDNER PLAMBECK H. BROWN KENNEDY SOULE PITKIN BRITTON LOWE SMITH H. JOHNSON GENIESSE CARR NUGENT BAKER ULLMANN WHITCOMB MILLER VAN HORN SHERMAN CASE COLLINS SCOTT BACON LAMB GLADHILL TANNER LYNCH FRANCE HEATH CAMPBELL TUCKER HICKLER AITCHISON VAN DOMELON FINZEL DILLON DIXON ALBRIGHT Six Hundred Free rHE-MICHlGANENSlANjJ_92J Alpha Kappa Psi . PHI CHAPTER Established in 1920 FRATRES IN FACULTATE HENRY C. ADAMS FRED M. TAYLOR I. LEO SHARFMAN DAVID FRIDAY WILLIAM A. PATON CLARE E. GRIFFEN FRATRE IX URBE HAROLD A. JONES FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE EARL L. HEMENWAY MARLAKD B. SMALL HANS ANDREASEN C. STEWART BAXTER H. F. BORON ORVILLE E. GATES FREDERICK I. GREENWOOD THEODORE B. McKiSNEY EUGENE P. XOLLEN 1921 1922 Six Hundred Six RALPH A. HAMMER SEWARD L. HORNER HOMER L. MARTIN DONALD J. PORTER ROBERT B. RICHARDSON GEORGE A. R. SCHUSTER DONALD J. THORPE FRANK H. LEE, JR. ROBERT F. WIENEKE THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1911 HAMMER SCHUSTER WIENEKE JONES HEMENWAY MARTIN- SMALL NOWLEN BORON THORPE RICHARDSON GATES LEE Alpha Kappa Psi CHAPTER ROLL NATIONAL COMMERCIAL FRATERNITY Founded at New York University in 1904 ALPHA BETA . GAMMA DELTA . EPSILON ZETA ETA . THETA . IOTA KAPPA LAMBDA Mu . Nu Xi . OMICRON Pi RHO . SIGMA TAU . UPSILON PHI CHI . Psi NEW YORK UNIVERSITY . UNIVERSITY OF DENVER NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY . UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS UNIVERSITY OF OREGON . UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA . OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY BOSTON UNIVERSITY HARVARD UNIVERSITY . UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA . . . . GEORGIA TECH. . UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON COLORADO COLLEGE OKLAHOMA A. AND M. COLLEGE . UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY OF BUSINESS UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS Six Hundred Seven AT ICS ORGANIZATIONS S O R O Pv.1 T I E S DORMITOPJES Six Hundred Eight WOMEN THE -MICHIGAN ENSIAN- 1921 Ranees Elizabeth Oberkoitzer Vijckery Mary 5. Lane Hundred Nine Y w m x S Hundred Ten Six Hundred Eleven THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-1921 St p I Six Hundred Twelve wSb - Tiu a-- : s sy fkft ;s f . - ' dftf ii Fft ' iyifff : ' S x Hundred Thirteen THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 ToWNSEND KOCH McDoNALD McGuiNEAS ROCKWELL CoSGROVE BECKWITH SPRAGUE BROWN OLIN SUMMERS WEIMER WILEY BISHOP TRUE Women ' s Athletic Board PHYLLIS WILEY, ' 21 ALICE HINKSON, ' 21 . FRANCES WEIMER, ' 22 HELEN BISHOP, ' 22 . President Vice President Secretary Treasurer REPRESENTATIVES QUINNETH SUMMERS, ' 21 CAROL MCDONALD, ' 22 MARION KOCH, ' 23 MARION WILLIS, ' 24 ELSIE TOWNSEND, ' 22 BEATRICE BECKWITH, ' 21 . DOROTHY TRUE, ' 21 DOROTHY BROWN, ' 23 EVELYN ROCKWELL, ' 22 GRACE FRY, ' 23 LEAH OLIN, ' 21 DORIS SPRAGUE, ' 22 . JOSEPHINE McGuiNEAS, ' 21 . Senior Representative Junior Representative Sophomore Representative Freshman Representative Hockey Manager . Tennis Manager Archery Manager Hiking Manager Basketball Manager Baseball Manager Indoor Meet Manager . Record Keeper Publicity Manager a Six Hundred Fourteen THE-MIC1 GRACEY HINSHAW SEELEY WILEY SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM BLAIR DEVRIES BROENE LEONARD SCHERMERHORN GRAHAM BECKWITH WILEY SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM KOCH APFEL BASSETT WILEY SENIOR BASEBALL TEAM SUMMERS STEPHENSON HINKSON BECKHAM SCHERMERHORN HALL Six Hundred Fifteen I THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 JUNIOR HOCKEY TEAM BISHOP WEIMER JOHNSON FREEMAN TRICK ROESE MUELLER ROCKWELL CLARK KlRKPATRICK ToWNSEND ZlMMERMAN SpRAGUE ROCKWELL JUNIOR BASKETBALL TEAM WERMUTH WEIMER STORZ MUELLER BOGGS ROCKWELL WEIMER Six Hundred Sixteen JUNIOR BASEBALL TEAM KIRKPATRICK FREEMAN SIMONSON ROESE BISHOP TOWNSEND ZIMMERMAN SPRAGUE THE -MICH1GANENS1AN- 1921 D. BROWN KOCH POTTER SOPHOMORE HOCKEY TEAM SCHLOTTERBECK OlESEN DoDD CoSGROVE HUBER FRY DOUGHERTY M. BROWN WALDRON SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM MILLER ADAMS COSGROVE KOSHETZ POTTER SOPHOMORE BASEBALL TEAM POTTER BEBEAU BROWN KOSHETZ MILLER COSGROVE HARRIS HORWITZ KOCH Six Hundred Seven ' een W I THE -MI CHI CAN ENS AN- 19-21 KOCH HINSHAW HUMPHREYS FRY AMES KRAUS MILLS SCHURZ MURBACH SANDERS POTTER BURTON OIESEN TORREY WAGNER SAFFORD McCoNNELl JONES MAC!NTYRE SCHLOTTERBECK HUBER TRAVIS Freshman Spread Committee i MARGARET MAC!NTYRE FRANCES AMES THEODOSIA BURTON GRACE FRY ANNE HINSHAW LUCY HUBER ELIZABETH HUMPHREYS DEBORAH JONES MARION KOCH MARGARET A. KRAUS GLADYS McCoNNELL Chairman CARA MURBACH ELSA OIESEN KATHRYN POTTER HELEN SAFFORD MARION SANDERS MIRIAM SCHLOTTERBECK CHARLOTTE SCHURZ HELENE TORREY ELIZABETH TRAVIS MERRY WAGNER LAURA MILLS Six Hundred Eighteen Six Hundred Nineteen THF-MirHICANENSIAN- 19 21 I POTTER WALDO DRYBREAD TODD BOGERT FRY SHIREY DEEMER COBB MURKETT BAILEY WEIMER COLCORD VANALSTYNE KOEHN MILLER LAMBERTSON MILLS HASLEY GAMBLE N ' UTTEN WILLIAMS SCHULTZ M. SAFFORD WILEY WATKINS DODDS RoESE W ELTY IREMAN HuBER HEYER STAEBLER HoYT LoHRSTORFER O ' CONNOR TRAVIS LAWSON LINDEMULDER SCHLOTTERBECK PRATT EHRLICH THOMPSON WITTER DEAM BARTON HERRICK FAIRCHILD YOUNGS FISCHER HANLEY PAYNE ROOF MUNRO WISHROPP ZIMMERMAN GUSTIN ENGLAND ROCKWELL NICKELS HUNT HOLLANDS ROSENBERG FULLER University Girls ' Glee Club BERNICE J. NICKELS . ESTHER D. HOLLANDS DIXIE ENGLAND EVELYN ROCKWELL FIRST SOPRANOS FLORENCE BUTCHER DOROTHY E. DODDS LUCILE L. COBB W. DIXIE ENGLAND GRATIA HANLEY BEATA HASLEY FLORENCE HERRICK MARIE HEYER ESTHER D. HOLLANDS ELIZABETH S. HOYT LUCY HUBER RITA IREMAN LOUISE LAMBERTSON MARY JANE LAWSON ANNE LINDEMULDER MURZA V. MANN CHRISTINE MURKETT BERNICE J. NICKELS ELIZABETH H. PAYNE EVELYN ROCKWELL MILDRED SAFFORD HELEN A. SPRICK FRANCES TODD ELIZABETH TRAVIS MERRY C. WAGNER JOSEPHINE H. WALDO ESTHER M. WELTY President Vice President Secretary Treasurer HARRIET GUSTIN ELEANOR FULLER NORA CRANE HUNT IRENE ROSENBERG Librarian Auditor Director Accompanist MEMBERS ALETHA YERKES SECOND SOPRANOS HELEN BAILEY M. ROSE BARTON ALICE BLAIR BERNICE G. BUSH MARJORIL DEAM MARTHENA DRYBREAD SALLY H. EHRLICH IVA M. FISHER HARRIET C. GUSTIN ISABEL M. KEMP RUTH MILLS LILLIAN MUNRO EDELAINE RODEN IBENE L. SCHULTZ LUELLA SMITH MARGARET STONE FREIDA WISHROPP LOVISA YOUNGS FIRST ALTOS K. MARGARET COLCORD RUTH DEEMER ATHALIE HOUGH GENEVIEVE M. KOEHN MARY R. LOHRSTORFER GERALDINE MILLER ELIZABETH MONNETT ADA B. NUTTEN DOROTHY G. O ' CONNER KATHRYN POTTER DOROTHY SANDERS ROSELLA SMALLDON LEMOINE THOMPSON FRANCES E. WEIMER ADELE ZIMMERMAN SECOND ALTOS VELDA J. BOGERT EDITH CADY HELEN M. CHAMBERS MILDRED CHASE ORA VON EWEGEN CARRIE FAIRCHILD GRACE FRY ELEANOR W. FULLER MARGARET GAMBLE MINNIE LOUISE PRATT THEKLA ROESE MADELINE ROOF M. A. SCHLOTTERBECK IRMA SCHREIBER FLORENCE SHIREY JOYCE VAN ALSTYNE HELEN C. VOWLES ELIZABETH WYLIE Six Hundred Twenty THE -MICHIGANENS1AN- 1921 STEWART LAWTON KEMP VADEN WHITE LUTZ BEARDSLEE ROWE FAIR McAuLiFFE SLY DUFFIELD YOUNG WIGHT WOOD WYLIE WESTPHAL HACKBARTH POUNDSTONE HALFERT BARNES HOLLON LONGOBARDE PLIMPTON MERETSKY WONDERLIC GILHAMS GRAHAM MAGNUSEN WOODWARD KIRKPATRICK HYDE HEATH BARR COOK J. SMITH HUNT PROHASKA BOWBEER SCHER Freshman Girls ' Glee Club Miss NORA C. HUNT . JANET SMITH ...... LOUISE J. GRAHAM ..... EVELYN COOK . . . . RUTH N. BARNES Lois E. BARR KATHERINE BEARDSLEE NORMA BOWBEER EVELYN L. COOK ELIZABETH DUFFIELD EVELYN EVANS MARY FAIR DORIS GILHAMS LOUISE J. GRAHAM ERMINE HACKBARTH ELIZABETH HALFERT SADYEBETH HEATH HARRIETT HOLLON LAURA E. HYDE HELEN M. KEMP MARTHA MAY KIRKPATRICK SHIRLEY LAWTON AMELIA LONGOBARDE IRENE LUTZ ALMA[. YOUNG Director . President Secretary and Treasurer . Librarian LUCILE C. MAGNUSEN MARY G. McAunrrE FLORENCE MERETSKY BEATRICE E. PLIMPTON L. MARJORIE POUNDSTONE DOROTHY PROHASKA DOROTHY ROCKWELL PAGE ROWE LILLIAN SCHER HELEN SLY JANET SMITH FRANCES STEWART TENNIE VADEN DOROTHY A. WESTPHAL VIRGINIA WHITE FAYE B. WIGHT EDNA I. WONDERLIC MARY P. WOOD KATHRYN WOODWARD DOROTHY WYLIE SI ' .Y Hundred Twenty-one WALLER HOLLIS KRAUS SCHLOTTERBECK MAXWELL STONE KOSHETZ BROWN WILSON ROBERTS PRESTIDGE FRAZER MANN- HOEK I DEAM Girls ' Mandolin Club OFFICERS CAPTAIN WILSON BERNICE FRAZER SARA WALLER . EVELYN MAXWELL Director President Treasurer Librarian w I DOROTHY HOLLIS MIRIAM SCHLOTTERBECK EMMA KOSHETZ BESSIE ROBERTS MURZA MANN MARGARET KRAUS EVELYN MAXWELL DOROTHY BROWN MARGARET BROWN GENEVIEVE PRESTIDGE BEATRICE HOEK SARA WALLER MARGARET STONE BERNICE FRAZER ROBERTA DEAM BERTHA HERBST Six Hundred Twenty-two m ROMINGER STAUFFER CARLYON HALL COBURN MACGREGOR LOVEWELL COZAD GlNGERICH WoOD HAINE LlTSON ScHElDLER ELLIOTT PURVIS ALGER KLEINE (Director) STRAUB PEOPLES HAINE ROME University School of Music Glee Club OFFICERS GENEVIEVE ALGER HELEN ELLIOTT RUTH PURVIS HELEN HOWE IRENE STRAUB . GENEVIEVE ALGER DOROTHY BRIDGES MARGUERITE CALDER CATHERINE COBURN GERTRUDE CARLYON DOROTHY COZAD HELEN ELLIOTT NITA FAUGHT FLORENCE GINGERICH DORIS HOWE HELEN HOWE MAYBELLE HALL MEMBERS President Vice President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary . Treasurer LOUISE LETSON CAROLYN LOVEWELL MADELINE MACGREGOR RUTH PURVIS GENEVIEVE PEOPLES BERNICE ROWE ALICE ROMINGER RUTH SCHEIDLER MARY STAUFFER IRENE STRAUB CORINNE WOODWOR TH MARY WOOD y Six Hundred Twenty-three THE -MICHICANENSIAN GINGERICH CARLYOX CLARK INGLERIGHT HARKXESS SUTTOX ROMINGER School of Music Symphonic League EXECUTIVE OFFICERS LUCY CLARK GERTRUDE CARLYON CORNELIA HARKNESS VIOLET INGLERIGHT ALICE ROMINGER . FLORENCE GINGERICH President Secretary and Treasurer Social Chairman Advisor . House Sanitation COMMITTEES ADVISORY COMMITTEE VIOLET INGLERIGHT DORIS STARKWEATHER CAROLYN LOVEWELL ANNA FEAD WILMA SEEDORF MARY BAILEY RUTH STILLER HAZEL WILTSEE FLORENCE REILLEY GERTRUDE CARLYON SOCIAL COMMITTEE CORNELIA HARKNESS MARYBELLE SCARBORO DORIS HOWE CORINNE WOOD WORTH MARGARET PRICE HELEN MCLAREN Six Hundred Twentv-four LEONARD TlBBALS THE-MICH1 1922 JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY COMMITTEE SHIREY VICKERY PROF. BRUMM GROFF GUSTIN CADY WEIMER 1922 JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY CASTE LOOMIS MOYE FEETHAM KEMP LARKIN VICKERY ROESE SMITH ACKERMAN CONDON LOCKWOOD BISSELL TOWNSEND MANN MURKETT STAEBLER ROCKWELL GOODHUE CHASE TRICK McCuRDY FREEMAN MILLS Six Hundred Twenty-five SCENE FROM THE 1920 JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY The Junior Girls ' Play is an annual production given by junior women in honor of their senior sisters. Play, manuscript, lyrics and music are written by the juniors, who also compete each year for male and female leads and places in the choruses. Great secrecy as to the author, plot and characters of the play is main- tained until the opening performance. 1 i i SCENE FROM THE 1920 JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY Six Hundred Twtnty-six i ifi) McCuRDY GREENOUGH GUSTIN JEFFERY MURKETT F. AMES MARY HAYS OlESEN O ' CONNER OnLMACHER Go ODHUE SALISBURY HAMER RODEN FOSTER DEVRIES MAIRE L. HAYS FOHEY VICKERY TRICK CAVENDISH LOOMIS GRAVES BAILEY SUMMERS ROCKWELL RIGBY V. HAYES REINEKE BURTON BURCH BOGGS NELSON MITCHELL PRATT KEMP CHASE MACPHERSON ELLIOTT CHAMPION MARTIN GAYLORD OBERHOLTZER WELTY ZIMMERMAN SWAN Masques OFFICERS ANNE LOUISE MITCHELL FRANCES STEVENS MINNIE LOUISE PRATT GERTRUDE BOGGS FRANCES AMES HELEN BAILEY GERTRUDE BOGGS GLADYS BURCH THEODOSIA BURTON MARGUERITE CAVENDISH BEATRICE CHAMPION MILDRED CHASE Lois DEVRIES GRACE DOUGHTY HELEN ELLIOTT CECELIA FOHEY VEO FOSTER LESLIE GAYLORD RUTH GOODHUE FRANCES GRAVES CATHERINE GREENOUGH HARRIET GUSTIN ELIZABETH HAMER LUVERNE HAYS MARION AMES MEMBERS MARY HAYS VERA HAYES HoRTENSE HOAD MARY IVES DOROTHY JEFFREY OLGA JOHNSON ISABEL KEMP MILDRED LAWTON AMY LOOMIS FRANCES MAIRE FINETTE MARTIN- HELEN MASTER JOYCE McCuRDY JOSEPHINE McGuiNEAs JEANNE MCPHERSON ANNE LOUISE MITCHELL CHRISTINE MURKETT ANNE MUSHKIN LUCILE MYERS FRANCES OBERHOLTZER GRADUATE MEMBERS ELIZABETH OAKES President President Secretary Treasurer DOROTHY O ' CONNER GRACE OHLMACHER ELSA OIESEN MINNIE LOUISE PRATT MARGARET REINEKE ELIZABETH RIGBY EDELAINE RODEN EVELYN ROCKWELL SHIRLEY SALISBURY DOLLY SANDERS MILDRED SHERMAN WINIFRED SMEATON CATHERINE SMITH FRANCES STEVENS BERTRAL SUMMERS ISABEL SWAN MILDRED TRICK ELIZABETH VICKERY ESTHER WELTY ADELE ZIMMERMAN MARY PALMER Six Hundred Twenty-seven Y THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-IS ' ZI McGuiNEAS LOOMIS CLARK MILLS YERKES NEIL MCDONALD Board of Directors of the Women ' s League MARGUERITE CLARK . ALETHA YERKES AMY LOOMIS JOSEPHINE McGuiNEAS . RUTH MILLS . HELEN MASTER ELEANOR NEIL MARY IVES . President Yice President Recording Secretary . Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Senior Director Junior Director Sophomore Director Six Hundred Twenty-eight I AMES NEIL CLARK HINKSON YERKES Judiciary Council of the Women ' s League MARGUERITE CLARK ALETHA YERKES ALICE HINKSON ELEANOR NEIL FRANCES AMES . President Vice President Senior Representative Junior Representative Sophomore Representative H Six Hundred Twenty-nine THE-MICHIG, NEWBERRY HALL Student Christian Association WOMEN ' S DEPARTMENT Y. W. C. A. OFFICERS Lois DE ' RIES LAURA SNYDFR COMMITTEE BEATRICE BECKWITH MERLE TREBII.COCK NORMA JUDSON . MARGARET ROTTSCHAFER GERTRUDE BOGGS FRANCES BUCKBEE . CAROL McDoNAi.D . MARGARET SPALDING ESTHER PAFFENBACH NEVA LOVEWELL DOROTHY WINCHELL . GERTRUDE CARLYON ROSE STURM ER MERLE TREBILCOCK Six Hundred Thirty President . Secretary CHAIRMEN Membership Hospital Social Service . Social Service for Children International Forum and Finance . Conference and Conventions . Publicity Social and Tea Room Librarian Religious Education . Student Volunteer Representative School of Music SECRETARIES Acting Secretary Assistant MONTGOMERY KELLY SCHINOVER TAYLOR O ' CONNER McGuRK SMITH ADAMS LOCKWOOD GRACEY NEIL GRAHAM MlDDLESWART GRISWOLD SlMONSON HASLEY CARNAHAN STEINBERG luTZI KURTTI DERRICK SHEPARD CHAMPION MORIYA SUTHERLAND STAFFORD Athena Literary Society OFFICERS BEATA M. HASLEY . EUPHEMIA B. CARNAHAN CELMA SIMONSON HELEN KURTTI MARTHA SHEPARD . . . President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Oratorical Delegate HONORARY MEMBERS PROFESSOR THOMAS TRUEBLOOD RAY K. IMMEL MARGARET ADAMS SARA CAPLAN EUPHEMIA CARNAHAN BEATRICE CHAMPION ADA COGSWELL REBECCA CONDON FLORENCE DERRICK AGNES DIEHL CECILIA FOHEY JOANNA GRAHAM MARY GRISWOLD BEATA HASLEY VERA HAYES ACTIVE MEMBERS AMELIA IGEL GRETTA IUTZI DOROTHY KELLY HELEN KURTTI OLIVE LOCKWOOD ELLA McCuLLY FRANCES McCALL MADELINE McGuRK ALEXANDRIA McRocc HELEN MIDDLESWART KATHERINE MONTGOMERY YONE MORIYA ELEANOR NEIL WINIFRED O ' CONNER MARTHA SHEPARD CELMA SIMONSON CATHERINE STAFFORD OLIVE SMITH DEVERA STEINBERG MARGARET STONE RUTH SUTHERLAND ADELE TAPPAN IRMA TAYLOR ADELE UNGER SARA WALLER Six Hundred Thirty-one ENSIAN-I921 MITCHELL YOUNGS MOORE SAXE WINCHELL McCALL DINGER MITCHELL MORIYA O ' CONNER MATSUMOTO GILLINGHAM ROTTSCHAEFER TsuNG-Tsu SERVIS FUKUI MRS. RUFUS ZOK-TSAO KING PAU-TSONG Women ' s Cosmopolitan Club OFFICERS WINIFRED O ' CONNER KYUNG-PAU TSONG YONE MORIYA MATSUE MATSUMOTO President Vice President Secretary Treasurer ASSOCIATE AND HONORARY MEMBERS MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MARION L. BURTON HARRY B. HUTCHINS FREDERICK JORDAN J. A. C. HILDNER KING MRS. OHLINGER MRS. RUFUS ME-TSUNG DONG KITA FIRKIN CELIA GUZMAN Lois HOUSEL ROSALIND KASANIN TSING-LIEU Li SUGI MlBAI ANNE MITCHELL YONE MORIYA CONSTANCE OHLINGER MUZA M. RICE Six Hundred Thirty-two MRS. GoDDARD MRS. KRAUS MRS. WHEELER Miss LEMERT Miss HELEN BISHOP Miss ELLEN MOORE Miss HULDAH BANCROFT MEMBERS MARY C. SAXE VERA STOCK KYUNG-PAU TSONG LAN-TSUNG Tsu HELEN WONG LlEU-TSUNG FoNG WANDA GILLINGHAM ASHA LATIKA HOLDAR EDITH JENSEN RUTH KING FRANCES McCALL MATSUE MATSUMOTO MAY V. MITCHELL WINIFRED O ' CONNOR YUKI OSAWA M. ROTTSCHAEFER ETHELYN SERVIS ZOK-TSUNG TsAO FONG-TSUNG TSU DOROTHY W T INCHELL LOVISA YOUNGS YERKES PAFENBACH LANE KOCH REINEKE McGuiNEAs BECKHAM DE ' RIES SEELEY WILEY JOHNSON STEPHENSON CLARK HINKSON MOON BECKWITH Mortarboard ALICE HINKSON ALICE BECKHAM MARCELLA MOON BEATRICE BECKWITH President Vice President Secretary Treasurer ACTIVE MEMBERS ALICE BECKHAM HELEN KOCH PHYLLIS WILEY MARCELLA MOON JOSEPHINE McGuiNEAs ESTHER PATENBACH Lois DEVRIES ELEANOR STEPHENSON BEATRICE BECKWITH MARY D. LANE MARGUERITE CLARK GLADYS REINEKE OLGA JOHNSON MARTHA SEELEY ALETHA YERKES ALICE HINKSON Mortarboard, a national honorary society for Senior girls, elects to its membership approximately fifteen girls each year, eligibility being based upon scholarship, campus activity, and personality. The purpose of the organization is to advance the general welfare of the Senior class and to promote a spirit of loyalty and co-operation among University women. ix Hundred Thirty-three ANENSIAN-I921 LOOMIS ROCKWELL NEIL GROFF HOLMQUIST HASLEY SPRAGUE EIMER GuSTIN JUDSON DEEMER McDoNALD APIER ScHXAPLE PETTIBOXE SNYDER SPALDING SWAN BISHOP ROESE BOGGS LARKINS STORZ THEKLA ROESE HELEN BISHOP . EDNA GROFF THEKLA ROESE EVELYN ROCKWELL CAROLINE NAPIER ELEANOR NEIL AGNES HOLMQUIST HAZEL STORZ GERTRUDE BOGGS KATHRYN LARKIN DANA PETTIBONE DORIS SPRAGUE Wyvern OFFICERS President . Secretary-Treasurer ISABEL SWAN BEATA HASLEY CAROL MCDONALD AMY LOOMIS NORMA JUDSON RUTH DEEMER MARGARET SPALDING MARGARET SCHNAPLE LAURA SNYDER HARRIET GUSTIN FRANCES WEIMER HELEN BISHOP Wyvern, an honorary society for Junior girls, elects to its membership approxi- mately twenty-five girl? each year, eligibility being based upon campus activity, scholarship, and personality. The purpose of the organization is two-fold: to further a spirit of co-operation among Freshmen and Junior girls and to promote the general welfare of the Junior class. Six Hundred Thirty-four CLARK ROCHAT ADAMS WESTLAKE OSAWA SLUSSER HoPKIN GUERNSEY BRUNT BECKHAM LANE Stylus ADELAIDE A. ADAMS ALICE E. BECKHAM STELLA BRUNT MARGUERITE A. CLARK MARTHA GUERNSEY CONSTANCE HOPKIN MAUD HINDMAN MARY D. LANE HELEN E. MASTER YUKI G. OSAWA MARGUERITE ROCHAT Lois MAHER SLUSSER DOROTHEA J. WESTLAKE MARJORY AVERY X flfl Stylus, an honorary society organized in 1908, to bring together a limited number of the University girls who are interested particularly in the profession of letters, that they may come to know and help each other in literary work. S; ' .v Hundred Thirty-five VlCKERY TAPPAN SHEPARD KEMP McCALL GRACEY STEVENS JOHNSON HASLEY CONDON ROCKWELL CARNAHAN ALPHA BETA . GAMMA Sigma Delta Phi NATIONAL HONORARY ORATORICAL FRATERNITY CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN . UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY Founded in igi8 SORORES IN URBE VERA ANDRUS ELIZABETH OAKES MRS. T. C. TRUEBLOOD SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE EUPHEMIA CARNAHAN REBECCA CONDON DORIS GRACEY BEATA HASLEY OLGA JOHNSON ISABEL KEMP JESSIE McCALL EVELYN ROCKWELL MARTHA SHEPARD FRANCES STEVENS ADELE TAPPAN ELIZABETH VICKERY I Si ' .v Hundred Thirty-six I T-Square Society JULIET PEDDLE RUTH PERKINS . CATHERINE HELLER JESSIE CLARK . OFFICERS President . Vice President Treasurer . Secretary ALUMNAE MEMBERS MRS. DOROTHY STURGEON WOODBURY LAWRENCE BUNTING SIMS HONORARY MEMBER MRS. CAMILLA B. GREEN T Square Society: The purpose of the T Square Society is to further the com- mon interests of the women of the colleges of Engineering and Architecture and help make up for the lack of social relationships with the other women of the cam- pus, prevented by the nature of their work. X Six Hundred Thirty-seven I MICHIGAN EN SI AN- 1921 R. BAILEY BADGELEY SMALLDON GUTHERMAN ROCHAT HUMPHREY LINDEMULDER WESTLAKE JACOBS ANDERSON NELSON WALDO GOLDBERG WILSON FOOTE FLETCHER MARSH BURCH MOON BADER READE FOSTER JOHNSON BOYD TRIPLETT MORRISSEY RUESS Girls ' Educational Club MARCELI.A MOON GLADYS BURCH . LENORE BADER MEMBERS EVAH ANDERSON RENA BAILEY Lois BROOKS AlARGARETTA FLETCHER FRANCES GRAVES PAULINE HUMPHREY NETTIE GOLDBERG EMMA JACOBS ANNA KENT FRANCES MAIRE HELEN MASTER KATHERINE MORRISSEY HELEN READE MARGUERITE ROCHAT ROSEI.LA SMALLDON JOSEPHINE TRIPLETT DOROTHEA WESTLAKE President . 1 ' ice President Secretary and Treasurer LUCELIA BADGLEY ESTHER BOYD MARGARET FOOTE IZORA FOSTER EUNICE GROVER MARION GILL ROSE BUTHERMAN KATHERINE JOHNSON ANNE LINDEMULDER MARJORIE MARSH KATHRYN MICHAEL NEVA NELSON GLADYS REINEKE MILDRED RUESS KATHERINE SMITH JOSEPHINE WALDO NORA WILSON The Girls ' Education Club: The purpose of the Girls ' Education Club is to foster a professional spirit in respect to teaching. Membership, which is controlled by the Educational Faculty, is based upon scholarship and general attitude toward educational matters. Six Hundred Thirty-eight DODD McBRIDE DICKINSON SAMUELSON ROBERTS ALLEN AMES HOLLANDS PAFENBACH YOUNGS DEAM Iota Sigma Pi HONORARY SOCIETY IN CHEMISTRY Eight Chapters PHOSPHORUS CHAPTER MRS. S. L. BIGELOW MRS. R. K. PATRONESSES MRS. C. C. MELOCHE MRS. W. G. SMEATON MRS. A. H. WHITE ELIZABETH ROBERTS MARION AMES . JANE DICKINSON . ESTHER PAFENBACH MONICA ALLEN MARION AMES ROBERTA DEAM JANE DICKINSON DAPHINE DODD FLORENCE FENWICK ESTHER HOLLANDS OFFICERS MEMBERS President . Vice President . Corresponding Secretary Secretary and Treasurer MARGARET HOOVER ELEANOR LEONARD LAVINIA McBRiDE ESTHER PAFENBACH ELIZABETH ROBERTS DOROTHY SAMUELSON LOVISA YOUNGS Phosphorus Chapter of the Iota Sigma Pi was founded at the University of Michigan in nineteen seventeen. It is a national, honorary, chemical sorority, having for its purpose the promotion of fellowship and mutual advancement in chemistry among women students. The organization considers for membership upperclass women who are specializing in chemistry and who are eligible as to scholarship. Six Hundred Thirty-nine THE-MlCHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 ROBERTS NICHOLSON JOHNSON MITCHELL SMITH HUSSEY BROENE HARRIS NICKELS BAILEY ROTTSCHAEFER FAIRCHILD TAYLOR RICE ROSENBERG Girls ' Senior Society RENA E. BAILEY ANNA BROENE CARRIE FAIRCHILD MILDRED HARRIS ALLIS HUSSEY OLGA JOHNSON ANNE LOUISE MITCHELL BERNICE NICKELS LuCRETIA NlCKOLSON LUCILE RICE ELIZABETH ROBERTS IRENE J. ROSENBERG MARGARET ROTTSCHAEFER MILDRED TAYLOR CARRIE SMITH Six Hundred Fortv Six Hundred Forty-one Kappa Alpha Theta ETA CHAPTER Established 1879 MRS. S. L. BIGELOW MRS. C. H. COOLEY Miss ALICE CROCKER PATRONESSES MRS. I. C. WHEAT MRS. H. L. WILGUS MRS. ALICE WOODBRIDGE MRS. J. F. LAURENCE SORORES IN URBE MRS. H. C. ADAMS MRS. S. C. RUNNELS MRS. NELLIE BENDER MRS. A. G. RUTHVEN MRS. WILBUR BROTHERTON MRS. G. R. SWAIN MRS. A. G. CANFIELD MRS. F. B. VEDDER MRS. R. J. CARNEY MRS. J. J. WALSER MRS. DELIA S. FOGG Miss GAY WILGUS MRS. OTIS GREEN MRS. HENRY WISNER MRS. A. M. HIGHLEY MARJORIE AVERY BEULAH BROWN MARGARET COLCORD HELEN J. FISHER MARY KIRKPATRICK GRACE OHLMACHER ELIZABETH BURRIS HARRIET COLCORD REBECCA CONDON Lois ELWOOD ESTHER LYON ISABELLA SWAN ELSA OIESEN DOLLOFF BRAYTON MARY HAYS SHIRLEY LAWTOX 1921 1922 1923 1924 IRENE PEERS MARGARET RHINES CHARLOTTE SANDS MARION SPAULDING JEAN WALLACE MABEL WILSON ALICE MCDONALD HELEN MC!NTOSH FINETTE MARTIN ELIZABETH SCHIEFFELIN DOROTHY SPAULDING DOROTHY TREVOR FRANCES SWAIN MARGARET NEWTON AUGUSTA STEWART TENNIE VADEN SLV Hundred Forty-two m Iv aa pp Irieta Founded at DePauw University in 1870 4 4 4 A J. i ' -- NEWTON ELWOOD SWAIN PEERS RHINES VADEN MARTIN WALLACE FISHER SPAULDING BURRIS TREVOR COLCORD STEWART BROWN CONDON OHLMACHER OIESEN KIRKPATRICK HAYS MC!NTOSH COLCORD WILSON SANDS AVERY LYON SCHIEFFELIN SPAULDING SWAN i ' Hundred Forty-three I THE- MICH IGANENSIAN- I9 21 Gamma Phi Beta BETA CHAPTER Established in 1882 SORORES IN MRS. WALDO ABBOT MRS. EDWARD ADAMS MRS. RAY BASSETT MRS. JAMES BREAKEY Miss KATHLEEN CUTTING MRS. WARD DAVIDSON MRS. HENR DOUGLAS MRS. R. E. DRAKE Miss LINDA EBERBAUGH MRS. EGMONT HILDNER URBE MRS. JONES MRS. EDWARD KINNE Miss MELINDA KINYON MRS. NATHAN POTTER Miss MARIE SCHERER MRS. I. N. SCOTT MRS. WILFRED SHAW Miss ELINOR SHELDON DR. ELOISE WALKER MRS. GRETCHEN WOLOVER SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE GRADUATES VIRGINIA CAVENDISH 1921 ALICE BLAIR MARGUERITE CAVENDISH ALICE COMFORT ERNESTINE HALL DOROTHY HOYT KATHERINE JOHNSON JANE DICKINSON ALICE LEONARD ELINOR LEONARD Lois MAKER SLUSSER FREDA STUART QUINNETH SUMMERS WILMA WELCH HELEN BISHOP MARGARET CRITTENDEN HARRIET GUSTIN ESTHER D. NYLAND DORIS CLARK LAURA GRIDLEY HELEN HALL KATHLEEN HATTON 1922 1923 MERRY WAGNER DORIS SPRAGUE BERTRAL SUMMERS FRANCES W 7 EiMER ETHEL WILLIAMS CONSTANCE LING HELEN O ' LEARY DOROTHY SANDERS CARABELLE SCHMIDT DOROTHY BISHOP CATHERINE GREENOUGH HORTENSE HOAD 1924 DOROTHY WEIMEP. DOROTHY A!AITLAND PAULA MILLER WINIFRED SMEATON Six Hundred Forty-four THE -MICHIGANENSIAN Gamma Phi Befa Founded at Syracuse University in 1874 STUART WAGNER F. WIEMER NYLAND LING B. SUMMERS D. BISHOP SMEATON CLARK D. WIEMER SCHMIDT MAITLAND H. HALL DE RIES SLUSSER MILLER H. BISHOP GREENOUGH HOAD GUSTIN CRITTENDEN E. LEONARD E. HALL COMFORT BLAIR A. LEONARD WELCH HOYT O ' LEARY Q. SUMMERS WILLIAMS SPRAGUE HATTON SANDERS CAVENDISH GRIDLEY JOHNSON Six Hundred Forty-five THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 HI w m MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS Delta Gamma XI CHAPTER Established in 1885 HONORARY MEMBERS EDWARD CAMPBELL MRS. HUGO THIEME MORTIMER COOLEY MRS. GARDNER WILLIAMS MRS. KARL GUTHE SORORES IN URBE RALPH AIGLER MRS. HARRY RASCHBACKER WILLIAM BROWNE MRS. HENRY JOHN EFFING ER CHARLES RASH MRS. STONEMAN SANDERS MRS. SHIRLEY SMITH MRS. IRVING SCOTT SORORE IN FACULTATE MlSS MlNA WlNSLOW SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE GRADUATE NANCY B. THOMAS JOSEPHINE GIFFORD PAULINE ITTNER DOROTHY KINGSFORD MARJORIE MARSH HELEN MASTER 1921 MARJORIE HEARTT GEORGIA HICKS MARJORIE WEST 1922 JESSIE McCALL MILDRED REYNOLDS MARTHA SEELEY FRANCES STEVENS BESSIE WELLS LUCILE KELLY GENERVA PARKER MARGARET SCHNAPLE DOROTHY BROWN WINIFRED BUCK JOSEPHINE CONNABLE FRANCES EATON 1923 FRANCES HEARTT . FLORENCE HOFFMASTER LAURA MILLS MARGARET WHYTE DORIS CROUSE HOPE HALLADAY Lois MILLER CATHERINE EVANS 1924 JOSEPHINE PATTON CATHERINE RIGGS CONSTANCE SMITH KATHERINE WOODWARD Six Hundred Forty-six " Delta Gam ma Founded at University of Mississippi in 1872 CONNABLE BROWN EVANS PATTON MILLER MCALL HALLADAY GROUSE F. HEARTT RIGGS MILLS BUCK HICKS EATON WHYTE HOFFMASTER SMITH KELLY SCHNAPLE SEELEY STEVENS M. HEARTT PARKER WARREN TIFFORD WEST MARSH MASTER KINGSFORD REYNOLDS WELLS ITTNER Si ' .v Hundred Forty-seven THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-IQ I Collegiate Sorosis Established in 1886 RESIDENT ALUMNAE Miss HELEN BATES MRS. HENRY M. BATES MRS. CHRISTINE M. BREED Miss GERTRUDE BROCK MRS. JOSEPH A. BURSLEY Miss LYDIA CONDON Miss MARGARET COOLEY MRS. KATHERINE CAMERON Miss MARGARET CAMERON MRS. EARLE W. Dow MRS. EGDAR N. DURFEE Miss FLORENCE GREENE MRS. J. GRIFFITH HAYS MRS. HARRY HAWLEY Miss Lois INGLIS Miss ANNA LLOYD MRS. Miss Miss MRS. MRS. Miss MRS. Miss MRS. MRS. MRS. Miss MRS. MRS. MRS. Miss EARL V. MOORE NATALIE MURPHY CAROLINE PATTENGILL GEORGE W. PATTERSON WALTER B. PILLSBURY DOREEN POTTER HARRISON RANDALL HESTER REED JESSIE S. REEVES CHARLES SADLER WILLIAM H. SELLEW BERTHA SHAW RENE TALAMON AUBREY TEALDI VICTOR C. VAUGHN GRACE WEBB DOROTHY HERRMANN HELEN KOLB 1921 ELIZABETH A. MENGEL KATRINA SCHERMERHORN MILDRED P. SHERMAN HELEN FEETHAM CAMILLA HAYDEN ROSAMONDE HOPKINS ESTHER R. KENNEDY KATHRYN L. LARKIN 1922 LOUISE W. BULKLEY BEATRICE CAMPBELL RUTH CHAPMAN MARTHA T. DODD RUTH N. BARNES HARRIET BURY LILLIAN CRANE W T INIFRED WILSON 1923 MARJORIE DANA PETTIBONE MARY RANDALL ELISE B. SMITH LAURA E. SNYDER HELEN T. THORPE 1924 ALICE RUSSELL ELIZABETH D. GRISWOLD SIDNEY HELEN HUFF MARY IVES HELEN C. SCHERMERHORN EUNICE HUMPHREY MARY CATHERINE KESSELL MARIAN KOLB Si. Hundred Forty-eight Founded in 1886 DoDD BuLKLEY IvES HuFF H. ScHERMERHORN GRISWOLD WILSON PETTIBONE SNYDER SMITH LARKIN KENNEDY HAYDEN RANDALL KOLB HERRMANN K. SCHERMERHORN MENGEL SHERMAN FEETHAM KOLB RUSSELL HOPKINS BURY CHAPMAN KESSELL CAMPBELL HUMPHREY BARNES I Six Hundred Forty-nine I Pi Beta Phi .MICHIGAN BETA CHAPTER Established in 1888 PATRONESSES MRS. ALBERT BARRETT MRS. MARTIN D ' Oocr. MRS. FRANCIS KELSEY MRS. ISRAEL RUSSEL MRS. HUGH CABOT SORORES IN MRS. CHARLES BERRY MRS. ERMINE CASE MRS. ALBERT CHIPMAN MRS. CHARLES COGSHALL MRS. HUDSON FLEISHAUER Miss MYRNA GOODRICH MRS. HAROLD GROVES MRS. HOMER HEATH MRS. HEMINGWAY MRS. CARL HUBER SORORES IN UNIV URBE MRS. LOCKWELL KEMPTON MRS. GEORGE LEWIS MRS. RALPH MILLER MRS. EARL McKiNLEY MRS. FRANK PARKER MRS. CLIFFORD RANNEY MRS. HENRY RIGGS Miss MARCHIE STURGIS MRS. ALBERT WHITE MRS. ALFRED WHITE ERSITATE ALICE BECKHAM BEATRICE BECKWITH GLADYS BURNETT RUTH CLEARY GERTRUDE BOGGS HOPE CHIPMAN OLIVE COLEMAN LENORE DINIUS HAZEL STORZ GRADUATE GRACE GRIFFIN 1921 MARION HANDLEY FRANCES KERVIN JOSEPHINE LANG JOSEPHINE McGuiNEAS 1922 ELIZABETH HOLT MADALYN KIRKPATRICK MARY JANE LAWSON CHRISTINE MURKETT GLADYS REINEKE MAXINE STEVENS JOSEPHINE TRIPLETT HELEN VOWLES ADA NUTTEN EvANGELINE PARKER ANITA SOWER MARGARET SPALDING MARGARET TIBBALS 1923 ELLEN CANFIELD MARY GRIFFIN ELAINE MCLROY RUTH DEEMER GERTRUDE HAYES MARGARET REINEKE MILDRED DOUGHERTY LUCY HUBER RUTH SOUTHERTON ELIZABETH TRAVIS LUCILLE WEIDMAN MADELINE BROWN NATALIE GLOVER 1924 NANETTE CARNAHAN HELEN DELBRIDGE DOROTHY JEFFREY Six Hundred Fiftv i Seta 9hi founded at Monmouth College in 1867 LAWSON LANG REINEKE McGuiNEAs STEVENS BECKWITH BECKHAM VOWLES TRIPLETT KIRKPATRICK PARKER TIBBALS COLEMAN DEEMER BOGGS MURKETT DINIUS SPALDING STORZ SOWER CHIPMAX CANFIELD HUBER HAYES MCELROY SOUTHERTON WEIDMAN TRAVIS GRIFFIN REINEKE NUTTEN BROWN GLOVER CARNAHAN DELBRIDGE HOLT DOUGHTERY JEFFREY Six Hundred Fiftv-one m THE -MICH IGANENS1AN [1921 Kappa Kappa Gamma BETA DELTA CHAPTER Established in 1890 PATRONESSES MRS. L. A. BARRETT MRS. MARION L. BURTON MRS. ALFRED LEE MRS. SAMUEL MOORE MRS. STANLEY STEVENS MRS. ALLEN WHITNEY SORORES IN URBE MRS. O. P. BOOTH MRS. O. H. BUHR Miss MARGUERITE CHAPIN Aliss LANDIRA CROCKER Miss POLLY LITTLE MRS. PARISH LOVEJOY MAUD HINDMAN BLANCHE BRYAN FRANCES BUCKBEE MARY BUCKBEE ALICE HINKSON MARY LOUISE LACY GLADYS DETWYLER DOROTHY DUBUAR RUTH GOODHUE THEODOSIA BURTON GENEVIEVE HOYT ELIZABETH HUMPHREYS MARGARET MAC!NTYRE AMANADA McKiNNEY GRADUATES 1921 1922 1923 MRS. HERBERT MALLORY MRS. K. C. McMuRRAY MRS. E. E. NELSON Miss SARAH PARKER MRS. ULRICH PHILLIPS Miss ROSE STURMER RUTH MCCLELLAND MYRA MCLAUGHLIN IRMA SCHREIBER ELEANOR SPENCER WILHEMINA WARNER ALETHA YERKES JOYCE McCuRDY LUCILE MYERS RUTH ROBINSON HELEN PARTLOW FRANCES SUTTON HELENE TORREY JOYCE VANALSTYNE DOROTHY VANDEURSEN DOROTHY WHIPPLE HARRIET ACKLEY STATIRA BUTMAN NETTA MAE JEFFERS HELEN KEYSER 1924 FAYE WIGHT MARTHA KIRKPATRICK HELEN MCBRATNIE JANET SMITH RUTH STURMER Six Hundred Fifty-two THE-M1CHIGANENS1AN-I921 mm s Kappa Kappa Gamma Founded at Monmouth College in iSjo BRYAN SPENCER BURTON VAN ALSTYNE McKiNNEY KEYSER SUTTON JEFFERS STURMER McLouGHLiN DETWYLER MCCLELLAND F. BUCKBEE M. BUCKBEE VAN DEURSEN ACKLEY DUBUAR WIGHT TORREY MAC!NTYRE ROBINSON MYERS WARNER SCHREIBER McCuRDY SMITH MCBRATNIE PARTLOW YERKES GOODHUE HUMPHREYS HINKSON LACY WHIPPLE HINDMAN Si.v Hundred Fifty-three MAUDE ABBOTT EMMA CALL Alpha Epsilon Iota ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1890 HONORARY MEMBERS ELIZA M. MOSHER FLORENCE SABIN STUART BERTHA VAN HOOSEN PATRONESSES MRS. REUBEN PETERSON MRS. VICTOR C. VAUGHAN SORORES IN URBE MRS. S. W. BECKER MRS. EDWARD BRAGG MRS. DAVID MURRAY COWIE DR. JEANNE C. SOLIS MARY J. BAKER MILDRED J. GROESBECK FRANCES M. HOWELL EMILIE A. ARNOLD ISLA G. DEPREE SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 1921 1922 1923 EDITH A. McLEoo MARGARET ROTTSCHAEFER RUTH P. STONE MARGARET R. REYNOLDS MRS. GLENADINE SNOW RITA B. TOWER FRANCES O. DWORAK HELEN SLAUGHTER MARY C. SAXE LORNA M. SPENZER n Six Hundred Fifty-four DWORAK McI.EOD ARNOLD TOWER REYNOLDS GROESBECK SAXE DEPREE SPENZER STONE ROTTSCHAFER w m Six Hundred Fifty-five THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I92J MRS. JUNIUS BEAL MRS. D. CLARK MRS. A. H. LLOYD Alpha Phi THETA CHAPTER Established in 1892 PATRONESSES MRS. CHRISTOPHER PARNEL MRS. R. PETERSON MRS. FRED WALDRON . MRS. R. M. WENLEY SORORES ADA ARNOLD MINNIE BOYLAN BEAL HELEN BROWN IONE BROWN RUTH BROWN ESTHER BURY CLARKE JEANETTE SMITH FLCRER FRANCES GILL LUCILE RUFFE GRANT ELIZABETH HALL HAYDEN FRANCES F. IN URBE HILDEGARD HENSEL ALICE SMITH MAY KATHERYN SHAY MORRILL MARY PALMER GRACE FLAGG RAIKES KATHERINE SMITH MARGARET SMITH MABEL CCOK TILLEY MARION WILLIAMS MARION WOOD ZIMMERMAN SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE DOROTHEA DAWSON FRANCES MAIRE MARION ACKERMAN ELINOR CHAMBERLAIN FLORENCE FREEMAN ELIZABETH HOWARD JUDITH JENISON FRANCES FLORER ANNE HINSHAW DEBORAH JONES LAURA BARTLETT 1921 LUELLA MARSH EMMA JANE MINOR 1922 MARJORIE MAKER MARY MOSELY CAROLINE NAPIER GEORGIANA PCCKMAN DOROTHY PRESCOTT 1923 DOROTHY JONES GRACE QUARRY CHARLOTTE SCHURZ 1924 ELEANOR FERRY MARCELLA MOON ELEANOR S. PEACOCK HELEN SHAW VERA STOCK JEAN THOMAS BARBARA WAGNER JOSEPHINE WALTERS FLORENCE THIEME GRETCHEN WALSER MARGARET WARTHIN SUSAN FITCH GRACE HENDRICKSON MARY HENDRICKSON Si.v Hundred Fifty-six Alpha Phi Founded at Syracsue University in 1872 D. JONES JENNISON JONES FITCH G. HENDRICKSON MAHER PRESCOTT MOSLEY SHAW M. HENDRICKSON SCHURZ WALSER HINSHAW WARTHIN THOMAS FREEMAN THIEME CHAMBERLAIN HOWARD QUARRY FLORER STOCK WALTERS MAIRE DAWSON MINOR MOON STEPHENSON MARSH WAGNER NAPIER Six Hundred Fifty-seven Si MRS. C. O. DAVIS Miss RUTH CAVANAUGH MRS. C. N. CHURCH MRS. I. B. CLARK Miss CATHERINE COBURN Miss LYDIA CONDON MRS. C. C. GLOVER MRS. W. M. GERMAN Miss M. HA VXHURST Alpha Chi Omega THETA CHAPTER Established in 1898 PATRONESSES MRS. N. S. HOFF SORORES IN URBE MRS. G. HEIDEMAN MRS. C. K. HILLS MRS. R. B. HOWELL Miss MAUDE KLEYN MRS. C. F. KYER MRS. LEONARD MILLER MRS. H. B. MILLS MRS. U. J. WILE Miss MYRA MOON MRS. H. W. NICHOLS MRS. A. P. OHLMACHER Miss M. REYNOLDS MRS. C. R. SINK MRS. H. B. TROSPER MRS. T. WILLIAMS MRS. S. M. YUTZY SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE GRADUATE DAPHNE DODDS MARGUERITE CLARK DOROTHY DODDS ONEITA EMMONS ANNE ENGEL MARGARET FOOTE GENEVA BACON MILDRED BARTON LESLIE GAYLORD HELEN MIDDLESWART FLORENCE BUTCHER GLADYS CATHERWOOD LYLA CHRISHOLM RUTH CHRISTENSEN HAZEL ECKHART LOUISE GRAHAM FLORENCE HEMINGWAY HORTENSE MILLER Si-v Hundred Fifty-fight 1921 IZORA FOSTER FLORENCE Fox CAROLA FRITZ 1922 RUTH MILLS HELEN PIPP GRACE PUTNAM THEKLA ROESE 1923 MlNA GUILFORD ELIZABETH HAWXHURST AVON RICH 1924 KATHLEEN PATTERSON FLORENCE RANKIN JEAN MCALLISTER NAOMA NEUBECK HELEN READE NELDA TAYLOR MARGARET WALKER MARIE STUEFER HELEN WALDRON SARA WALLER MARION VANVALIN BERNICE ROWE JUNE RUELLE KATHRYN SPAFARD ADELE UNGER ESTHER WELTY MARJORIE ROSACRANS ELSIE. STEVENS MARION SCHMIDT C Kt Orrve a Founded at DePauw University in 1885 3 , j j j -3 2 J - }- H ' WELTY CHRISTENSEN HAWXHURST ROWE GUILFORD CHISHOLM BUTCHER RUELLE SPAFORD UNGER GAYLORD WALDRON STUEFER VANV ' ALIN MIDDLESWART PIPP BARTON BACON MILLS ROESE MCALLISTER FOOTE Fox FOSTER TAYLOR READE WALKER ENGLE EMMONS ROSACRANS SCHMIDT PATTERSON RICH RANKIN MILLER GRAHAM STEVENS NEUBECK HEMINGWAY ECKHART Six Hundred Fifty-nine THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 19 ' 21 Mu Phi Epsilon GAMMA CHAPTER Founded in 1904 NATIONAL HONORARY CARRIE JACOBS-BOND SOPHIE BRESLAU MADAME CAHIER CECILE CHAMINADE JULIA CULP MAUDE FAYE MABLE GARRISON LUCY GATES ELMA GERHART ALMA GLUCK KATHERINE GOODSON MAGGIE TEYTE MEMBERS JANE OSBORN HANNAH MADAME SCHUMANN-HEINK LENORA JACKSON MARGARET HAYES ETHEL LEGINSKI TINA LERNER NINA MORGANA A!RS. ELINOR PEACOCK ROSA PoNSELLE GERMAINE SCHNITZER MYRXA SHARLOW MRS. C. H. EATON M-RS. C. W. GILL MAEME AUDETTE NELL BROWN MRS. A. L. CLARK ALICE HALL MRS. A. J. HALL ESTHER HOOD PATRONESSES MRS. R. J. KEMPF MRS. E. S. PERRY MRS. L. D. WINES SORORES IN URBE FRANCES SEELEY MRS. GRACE KONALD EDITH KOON MRS. M. MACKOY A!RS. HARRY AlcCLURE OLIVE McLouTH MRS. D. E. SEELEY SORORES MARY BAILEY AvA COMIN WINIFRED DICKINSON NITA FAUGHT NORMA FULLER MARYLAND HARTLOFF MARION HATCH MILDRED HATCH EDNA LIEBLEIN HELEN MARSHALL ALTHEA BIRD MARY KILLALEA IN UNIVERSITATE DORIS MILLER GLADYS MORTON NEVA NELSON EVELYN PACE DOROTHY PATON WILMA SEEDORF EDITH STAEBLER EDNA V OSPER DOROTHY WICKHAM MRS. ELLA WILSON PLEDGES ALICE MURPHY DORIS STARKWEATHER Six Hundred Sixty BIRD FAUGHT STARKWEATHER MORTON KILLALEA HARTLOFF ULVILD WYCKHAM SEEDORF PACE COMIN STAEBLER WILSON DICKINSON MILLER NELSON HATCH HATCH LIEBLEIN FULLER Six Hundred Sixty-one ICHIGANENSIAN-192I Chi Omega ETA CHAPTER Established in 1905 PATRONESSES Alas. ELLIOT K. HERDMAN MRS. THOMAS E. RANKIN MRS. WILBUR HUMPHREYS MRS. F. V. STEVENS MRS. C. K. KAUFFMAN MRS. C. C. WASHBURNE MRS. L. C. KARPINSKI SORORES IN URBE Miss HENRIETTA CALHOUN MRS. ELMER MITCHELL MRS. PAUL DEK.RUIF Aliss IRMA NEUMAN MRS. JAMES FAIRMAN MRS. JULIUS SCHLOTTERBECK MRS. EDWIN C. GODDARD MRS. EDWARD T. SEARLES MRS. W. J. HUSSEY Miss LONA TINKHAM SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE MARTHA GUERNSEY ALLA ASIRE MARIE CROZIER DOROTHY DUNLAP ESTHER HOLLANDS CAROLINE LEONARD AMY LOOMIS CAROL McDoNALD MARION CROFT J. CLIVEOUS HANCOCK MARION KOCH KATHERINE BEARDSLEE ELIZABETH CAIN GRADUATE 1921 HELEN KOCH MARY D. LANE DOROTHY MONFORT DOROTHY PETTIT 1922 HELEN MITCHELL EVELYN ROCKWELL 1923 GERTRUDE NEUMANN ELIZABETH ORNDUFF 1924 DOROTHY ROCKWELL HILDAH SHIELDS LAWRENCE SIMS MARGUERITE ROCHAT DOROTHY TRUE PHYLLIS WILEY ANN LlNDEMULDER FRANCES TODD MARION TRUE THEKLA WERMUTH ELIZABETH RIGBY HELEN ROBERTS MIRIAM SCHLOTTERBECK MARY WILEY FRIEDA WISHROPP Six Hundred Sixty-two THE-MICHIGANENSI. (g w Founded at Fayttteville, Arkansas in i$Qj D. ROCKWELL WILEY WISHROPP ORNDUFF CROFT CAIN SHIELDS M. KOCH RIGBY ROBERTS NEUMANN M. TRUE LEONARD MCDONALD TODD LOOMIS HOOD WERMUTH HOLLANDS LOCKWOOD CROZIER LANE PETTIT ASIRE E. ROCKWELL MITCHELL DUNLAP D. TRUE WILEY GUERNSEY ROCHAT H. KOCH LINDEMULDER MONFORT Six Hundred Sixty-three I MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 Theta Phi Alpha ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1912 PATRONESSES MRS. MORRIS BLACK MRS. MARIE K. CORCORAN DR. DEANE MRS. ANNA DOYLE MRS. THOMAS MACKAVANAUGH MRS. W. A. MCLAUGHLIN MRS. WILFRED N. ST. PETER Miss JULIA WILLCOX SORORES IN URBE LAURA DAVIS EILEEN DONOHUE MRS. J. J. QUARRY SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE FRANCES COONEY CECELIA FOHEY MARY LOHRSTORFER VIRGINIA LOOK ELLEN FINLEY MARIE GAERTNER KATHERINE HEALY SYLVIA HOSBEIN A!ARY HOWE 1921 1922 MARIE WILLIAMS 1923 DOROTHY O ' CONNER BLANCHE O ' KANE MARGARET O ' REILLY MARIE SULLIVAN ATHALIE HOUGH GERTRUDE McGRAiN GERALDINE TROY MARCELLA GFELL KATHERINE KONWINSKI MADELINE McGuRK ZELDA ZILIAK 1924 DOROTHY MORROW FRANCES O ' HARA FRANCES O ' REILLY AlADELINE VlNOPAL MARY V r . ZILIAK Six Hundred Sixty-four ' PKi AlpKa Z. ZILIAK HOWE HOSBEIN MORROW O ' HARA GAERTNER TROY HEALY WILLIAMS HOUGH McGRAiN FINLEY O ' KANE SULLIVAN M. O ' REILLY COONEY LOHRSTORFER O ' CONNOR FOHEY M. ZILIAK F. O ' REILLY McGuRK GFELL VINOPAL KONWINSKI Six Hundred Sixty-Jiff THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-I92I Delta Delta Delta IOTA CHAPTER Established in 1894 Re-established in 1915 MRS. HORATIO ABBOTT MRS. HORACE W. KING PATRONESSES MRS. CARL BRAUN MRS. EDWIN H. KRAUS SORORES IN URBE MRS. JOHN R. BRUMM MRS. CHARLES S. MILLEN Miss EMMA D. BURKE MRS. A. T. MONTGOMERY MRS. ARTHUR H. COVERT MRS. MELVIN E. PAGE MRS. WILLIAM A. PRAYER MRS. LEIGH J. YOUNG SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE DIXIE ENGLAND EVELYN FOSTER DOROTHY HOLLIS PAULINE HUMPHREY DOROTHY BAISLEY ALMENA BARLOW MILDRED CHASE MILDRED COULTER DOROTHY HARD 1921 ORA VONWEGEN 1922 ESTHER PAFENBACH MINNIE LOUISE PRATT LULA RODDA MERLE TREBILCOCK JEAN WATERBURY ISABEL KEMP FRANCES LUTES KATHERINE MONTGOMERY HELEN McCALLUM DORA RITCHIE 7 IRENE BAISLEY CONSTANCE BALDWIN FLORENCE BOOMHOVER RUTH GILHAMS 1923 ELIZABETH HUTCHINS MARGARET KRAUS MAXINE KILBOURNE HELEN MILLER WINIFRED W r iLMOT DOROTHY ALTON ELIZABETH CARSONS FRIEDA DIEKHOFF 1924 DORIS GILHAMS KATHLEEN GODDARD LAURELLA HOLLIS ELIZABETH HUMPHREY Hundred Sixty-six ' Delta ' Delta Delta Delta Delta founded at Boston University in iSSS PRATT ALTON MONTGOMERY WATERBURY KRAUS GODDARD MCCALLUM D. HOLLIS D. GILHAMS H. MILLER BALDWIN HARD RITCHIE KEMP I. BAISLEY R.GiLHAMS BARLOW M. MILLER VVlLMOT BoOMHOWER ENGLAND KlLBURNE P. HUMPHREY LuTES RoDDA VoN ' EwEGEN TREBILCOCK FOSTER COULTER CHASE PAFENBACH DIEKHOFF CARSON D. BAISLEY HUTCHINS E. HUMPHREY L. HOLLIS Six Hundred Sixty-seven x I Alpha Xi Delta ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER Established in 1920 PATRONESSES MRS. H. H. SEELEY MRS. J. W. Cox MRS. C. J. LYONS MRS. G. S. WILLIAMS MRS. DwiGHT GODDARD Miss MABEL VANK.LEEK SORORES IN URBE MRS. ALBERT R. CRITTENDEN MRS. ROY W. COWDEN MRS. A. FRANKLIN SHULL MRS. HERBERT SMITH SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE MARGUERITE BARRELL FLORENCE BUTLER MARGARET CAMFRON MARY CHANDLER ENID HOUGH CATHERINE LILLIE JOSEPHINE BARTON ELIZABETH BOYD MILDRED BUTLER EVELYN COUGHLIN PAULINE FEAD DAMA GODFREY 1921 1922 HELEN SPRICK 1923 1924 EDNA WONDERLIC MILDRED LAWTON DOROTHY ULBRIGHT ESTHER WHEELER BERNICE WOODBECK INKS RIEGER MARGARET SLATER CATHERINE HALSEY MARTHA MACLEAN DOROTHY YATES MARIE ZIMMERMAN MARJORIE POUNDSTONE BEATRICE PLIMPTON Six Hundred Sixty-eight .Alpha Xi Delt!L Founded at Lombard College in 1893 BARTON CAMERON HOUGH SLATER F. BUTLER BOYD WHEELER COUGHLIN YATES ULBRIGHT WOODBECK SPRICK CHANDLER LILLIE ZIMMERMAN MACLEAN GODFREY REIGER LAWTON HALSEY PLIMPTON Si.v Hundred Sixty-nine I I CH I G AN E N S lAN-1921 Caryatides Established in 1918 PATRONESSES MRS. HARRY BACKER MRS. R. W. COWDEN MRS. V. H. LANE HONORARY MEMBERS OLIVE N. BARTON MRS. F. P. WARD SORORES IN URBE ELEANOR FULLERTON ELLA HYMANS ELLEN STEVENSON SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 1921 VELDA BOGERT ALINE CAKE MARGARETTA FLETCHER ANNA C. HAMILTON LILLIAN MUNRO NELLIE NEHER MARIAN ROOSE HARRIET TOWSLEY JOSEPHINE WALDO MABEL WATTS MONICA ALLEN MARIAN NICHOLS BARBARA BAKER MARJORIE BRONSON BEATRICE CHAMPION VIOLA ALLEMAN BLANCHE KYNAST Six Hundred Seventy 1922 MARTHA RATLIFF ELSIE TOWNSEND MARGUERITE WALKER r ' 9 3 GRACE TRY LEONE JACOBS KATHRYN POTTER HELEN SAFFORD 1924 MARIAN WILLIS AIILDRED SAFFORD EDNA STEVENS ELIZABETH WASON ALVA MOORE ELIZABETH STIMSON Caryatides M. SAFFORD POTTER TOWNSEND FRY STIMSON H. SAFFORD ALLEMAN CAKE NICHOLS SCHMITT ALLEN BAKER WILLIS MUNRO WASON NEHER WATTS FLETCHER WALDO HAMILTON BOGERT ROOSE STEVENS CHAMPION RATLIFF TOWNSLEY WALKER JACOBS BRONSON Six Hundred Seventy-one MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 Zeta Tau Alpha ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER Established in 1920 SORORES IN URBE MRS. E. M. DICKENSON Miss LUCILLE LITAKER Miss ADELIA HOBBS SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 1921 ESTHER Bo YD FLORENCE DERRICK VIOLET FOSTER ALICE DOWNING ELIZABETH FORSYTHE EVELYN NAYLOR SYLVIA RALSTON HELEN RORICK 1922 1923 MARGARET SCAMAHORNE MARTHA SHEPARD MARGARY RORICK OTTIE SHAKER ELISE THIELMAN MARGUERITE WARREN MARIAN WOODMANSEE 1924 HELEN ROBINSON RACHAEL RENO JOSEPHINE THOMPSON Six Hundred Sfrent -txo THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 w m WOODMANSE H. RoRICK HoBBS M. RoRICK SHAKER WARREN RENO DOWNING SHEPARD BOYD FOSTER THOMPSON SCAMAHORNE TnlELMAN DERRICK ROBINSON RALSTON Six Hundred Seventy-three Omicron Pi Established in 1920 PATRONESS MRS. R. W. BUNTING GRADUATE DOROTHEA COMFORT IDA E. GRATTON LELAH STEPHENS HELEN WOLFE INACTIVE MEMBERS FLORENCE WILSON MARJORIE WYLIE HELEN FROST EMMA JACOBS HELEN SILVER TONE ELY ANNA GABLER LUVERN HAYS MARJORIE KERR ACTIVE MEMBERS 1921 1922 1923 1924 IRENE SWAIN RUTH SERGEANT ELIZABETH W T YLIE BEATRICE SMITH HELEN HOWARD LUELLA SMITH LORNA KETCHAM DOROTHY WYLIE Six Hundred Seventy-four fl JACOBS KERR SMITH SILNER ELY GABLER HOWARD SERGENT WYLIE HAYS WYLIE FROST SMITH w m Six Hundred Seventy-five WOMEN S DORMITORIES J etoberrp esibeme jfflartfja Cook Bormttorp Parbour piicopal Donnitorn 3Korban CLM EK. H .M S 1 Si Hundred Seventy-six THE-MICHI WlSHROPP CAREER ELY CAKE WlTTSON KNISELY LOVE MORRIS JAMESON PETERSON ADAMS MULLEN WHITE SMITH WELTY HAYES COPE CATHERINE W. MULLEN VERA HAYES MARY E. JAMESON Hall House OFFICERS . President Vice President Secretary- Treasit rer SENIORS ALINE CAKE MARGARET KNISELY GRACE WHITE JUNIORS DORIS ADAMS RITA LOVE VERA HAYES SOPHOMORES RUTH ALICE COPE FRANCES ELY CATHERINE W. MULLEN PHYLLIS NORRIS ELIZABETH LUCILE WELTY BARBARA PETERSON FRESHMEN RUTH CAREER MARY ELIZABETH JAMESON VIRGINIA WHITSON FRIEDA H. WISHROPP Six Hundred Seventy-seven MlCHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 Helen Newberry Residence A residence for women erected by Truman Handy Newberry, John Stoughton Newberry, and Helen Newberry in memory of their mother, Helen Handy New- berrv. BOARD OF GOVERNORS MRS. HENRY B. JOY MRS. ALEXIS C. ANGELL MRS. HENRY DOUGLAS MRS. MYRA B. JORDAN Miss CLAIRE SANDERS Miss HELEN C. BISHOP Miss NELL M. ROYER Miss BESS G. SOLAR Miss MARY GRISWOLD OLGA M. JOHNSON EUPHEMIA CARNAHAN BEATRICE CHAMPION . ANNA BROENE . ANNA BROENE BEATRICE BUNTING EUNICE GARRETT DORIS GRACEY FRANCES GRAVES EUNICE GROVER ELEANOR BROWN STELLA BRUNT PHYLLIS BURTON EDITH CADY EUPHEMIA CARNAHAN FRANCES AMES BEATRICE CHAMPION OUIDA DANIEL GRACE DOUGHTY ILENE FISCHER AL DELINE ARNOLD KATHLEEN BAILEY MARGERY BRANDO Lois BARR MADELINE BROWN PAMELA BROWN ELIZABETH CAIN HELEN DELBRIDGE ROSALIE DUNLAP CHARLOTTE ERMANN HOUSE DIRECTORS Social Director . Business Manager Assistant Business Manager . Night Chaperone HOUSE OFFICERS HOUSE ROLL 1921 MARY GRISWOLD CAROL HEYSETT OLGA JOHNSON JOSEPHINE McGuiNEAs VERA MAINS LUCRETIA NICHOLSON LUCILE RICE 1922 MILDRED CHASE AGNES DIEHL SALLY EHRLICH EDNA GROFF JOYCE McCuRDY 1923 KlTA FuKUI ELIZABETH HUTCHINS MABEL KADOW RUTH KING MATSUE MATSUMOTO 1924 ROSALIND FREUND AILEEN HARLEY ELIZABETH HALFERT SADYBETH HEATH RUTH INGRAM DOROTHY JENNERS EMILY JENNERS MARION KOLB MARJORIE POUNDSTONE President President Secretary Treasurer IRENE ROSENBERG PRUDENCE ROWE AGNES SMITH CARRIE SMITH ADELE TAPPAN MILDRED TAYLOR HELEN MIDDLESWART ELEANOR NEIL CLARA SELLER LILLIAN STUDNESS ISABEL WOLFSTEIN HELEN SAFFORD MILDRED SAFFORD MARION SANDERS EDNA STEVENS LILLIAN SCHER ELSA SCHULER JANET SMITH CATHERINE STAFFORD RUTH SUTHERLAND VIRGINIA TANNER DOROTHY WEIMER EDNA WONDERLIC DOROTHY WYLIE MARY WYLIE .S ' .v Hundred Seventy-eight STUDENT BOARD OF DIRECTORS OLGA M. JOHNSON . EUPHEMIA CARNAHAN BEATRICE CHAMPION . ANNA BROENE . ELEANOR BROWN FRANCES AMES HELEN SAFFORD JOSEPHINE McGuiNEAS JOYCE McCuRDY . ELIZABETH HUTCHINS . MARJORIE POUNDSTONE President Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer Social Chairman Fire Captain Sanitarian Senior Representative Junior Representative Sophomore Representative Freshman Representative I w I Si Hundred Sfi ' fnty-nine Martha Cook Building A residence hall for women erected in memory of Martha Wolford Cook. First opened for students in October, 1915 BOARD OF GOVERNORS MRS. ANNE SHIPMAN STEVENS MRS. CHAUNCEY F. COOK Miss GRACE G. MILLARD HOUSE DIRECTORS Miss GRACE GREENWOOD .... Miss FRANCES C. MACK Miss LOUISE ROE Miss GLADYS BURCH ..... ELIZABETH ROBERTS LUCILE JOHNSON ELLA McNEiL . RUTH DEEMER . DOROTHY ARBAUGH LENORE BADER LUCELIA BADGLEY HELEN BAILEY NARCENA BASSETT MARGARET BERK AW ALMA BOONE ELEANOR BOYER MARIE BRAUN GLADYS BURCH LAVERNE BURCHFIELD KATHRYN CASEY LUCILE COBB RUTH CON WAY MARGARET COLCORD RUTH CURTIS WILMA DAVIS RUTH DEEMER Lois DEV ' RIES EDNA DOUGHTY LOUISE DUNCAN EDNA EXLEY CARRIE FAIRCHILD MELBA FOLTZ CAROLA FRITZ THELMA FRY ELEANOR FULLER MARION GILL WANDA GILLINGHAM HOUSE OFFICERS STUDENT RESIDENTS 1921 JOANNA GRAHAM Lois GREEN GLENNA GRIFFIN GRATIA HANLEY MARYLAND HARTLOFF MARY HENDERSON ESTHER HITCHCOCK DOROTHY HOLLIS DOROTHY IDE EMMA JACOBS LUCILE JOHNSON ADA JOOST ANNA KENT MILDRED LAWTON EDNA LIEBLEIN NEVA LOVEWELL HELEN MACDOUGALL JEAN MCALLISTER EVELYN MAXWELL ANNE LOUISE MITCHELL KATHERINE MORRISSEY MARION MUTCH LER PAULINE NEWTON JULIA NORDSTROM DESSA PALMERLEE ELIZABETH PAYNE JEAN PILSTON KATHRYN PRAKKEN GENEVIEVE PRESTIDGE SARA GRACE RABINOWITZ . Director Business Manager House Director Night Chaperon . President Vice President . Treasurer . Secretary MUZA RICE VIVIAN RAMSAY MYRTLE REED ELIZABETH ROBERTS ALIDA ROGERS MADELINE ROOF MILDRED RUESS DOROTHY SAMUELSON IRENE SAUBLE EVA SCHMIDT RUTH SERGEANT CLARA LOUISE SHINOVER MARTHA SHIRKEY AILEEN SIMPSON ROSELLA SMALLDON KATHERINE SMITH OLIVE SMITH MABEL STICKLE JOSEPHINE TRIPLETT MYSTIA TRUBEY ESTHER WHEELER FRANCES WILLISON GERTRUDE WILLSON DOROTHY WINCH ELL MARGARET VINTON LEILLA W T OOD WORTH ELIZABETH WYLIE LOUISA ALICE YOUNGS MARGARET ZELLER Si.v Hundred Eighty 1 (Dartha Cook Dormitory GERTRUDE ANDERSON MARGARET BECKETT MARGARET COWAN HARRIET COLCORD MARJORIE DEAM DOROTHY DUBUAR Lois ELWOOD HELEN FEETHAM VIOLET FOSTER 1922 DOROTHY HARD CATHERINE HELLER ROMA HOOPER ALICE JOHNSON MARGARET KIRKPATRICK FRANCES McCALL ELLA McNEiL CORRINNE MERKEL HELEN MITCHELL SELMA MUELLER 1923 JEAN LUNDBERG GRADUATES ASHA LATIKA HALDAR IRENE NORRIS JULIET PEDDLE LORENE ROWEN GRACE SIGERFOOS MILDRED TRICK FLORENCE TULLEDGE MARY VANDEINSE MARION VOSBURGH LOREEN WRIGHT STUDENT BOARD OF GOVERNORS ELIZABETH ROBERTS . LUCILE JOHNSON ELLA McNEiL . RUTH DEEMER KATHERINE PRAKKEN VIOLET FOSTER . President Vice President . Treasurer Secretary Senior Representative Junior Representative Six Hundred Eighty-one THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 X Betsy Barbour House i erected by Mr. Lev! L. Barbour i First opened for students in October, 1920 A residence for women erected by Mr. Levi L. Barbour in memory of his mother, Betsv Barbour. BOARD OF GOVERNORS MRS. JOHN R. EFFINGER .... MRS. MYRA B. JORDAN MRS. JULIUS A. SCHLOTTERBECK . . Miss MARY TURNER . MRS. A. W. DIACK Miss ELEANOR SHELDON Miss NELL ROYER Miss OLIVE BARTON JESSIE E. McCALL . CAROL McDoNALD CONSTANCE BALDWIN FLORENCE BROWN RENA BAILEY MILDRED HARRIS FRANCES AVERILL HARRIET BURTON BERNICE BUNKER BLANCHE BULLOCK FLORENCE BROWN HELEN CONDON HELEN ANDERSON FRANCES BAIRD BARBARA BAKER CONSTANCE BALDWIN ESTHER CAKE JOSEPHINE CONNABLE HELEN CURRIE HELEN DIXON HARRIET ACKLEY RUTH BARNES DOROTHY BISHOP DOROTHY BOGAN RUTH BREITENBACH KITTY BROADHEAD HARRIET BURY HELEN CHIDESTER BERNADETTE COTE LORA COTE DORIS CROUSE Six Hundred Eighty-two HOUSE STAFF HOUSE OFFICERS HOUSE ROLL 1921 HENRIETTA KUIECK MADELINE MACGREGOR 1922 HELEN CHAMBERS N ' ORMA JUDSON FRANCES MORRIS CAROL McDoNALD EDITH PARKER DORIS PCRTER 1923 LOUISE ECKERT FRANCES BEYER MARGARET FAIRBANKS GRACE FRY Ai LAN GIANG SADYE HARWICK NATALIE JORDAN EMELIE LEVIN 1924 INIFRED CRAIGIE DORIS GILHAMS WlNONA Hi B BARD HARRIET HOLLO N RUTH HOWELL LAURA HYDE IDA JENKS HELEN KEYSER HELEN MCBRATNIE MADELINE AIcGuRK MARY McKiNLEY . Ann Arbor . Ann Arbor Ann Arbor . Detroit Detroit Director Business Manager Night Chaperon President President Secretary Treasurer JESSIE McCALL NORA WILSON RUTH PROBST KAMAYA SADAKATA GERALDINE TROY JEAN WATKINS HELEN WHITE KYUNG PAU TSONG GLADYS McCoNNAL HELEN MILLER CARA MURBACH ESMERALDA RODERICK FRANCES SUTTON ERA STOCK KATHERINE SWAYZE JEMIMA MILLER Lois MILLLER GAIL NICKERSON FLOY ROBISON HELEN SLY VIRGINIA SMITH DOROTHY SOBER HELEN STARR RUTH STURMER ISABEL WATERWORTH KATHRYN WOODWARD THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-192 etsy D arbour House EXECUTIVE BOARD JESSIE MCCALL CAROL McDoNALD CONSTANCE BALDWIN FLORENCE BROWN . MADELINE MACGREGOR RUTH PROBST GRACE FRY DORIS CROUSE President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Senior Representative Junior Representative Sophomore Representative Freshman Representative Si.v Hundred Eighty-three tBIBSS SI fH E M 1 CH I CAN E N S IAN-192I Alumnae House DAPHINE DODD House President SENIORS DAPHINE DODD HELEN GROFF JUNIORS KATHARINE ANDREWS RUTH PERKINS SOPHOMORES MYRTLE MC!NTOSH ELSIE RUMMEI, ALVA GORDON MABEL SNYDER MARY LAUGHLIN SHIRLEY SALISBURY FRESHMEN JEANNETTE STUDLEY HAZEL SMITH ADA COGSWELL SHIRLEY LAWTON VIRGINIA WHITE BERNICE TOWNSEND Six Hundred Eighty-jour I THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-19-21 oxxse LAUGHLIN COGSWELL WHITE PERKINS SALISBURY MC!NTOSH GORDON GROFF BROCK SMITH STUDLEY RUMMEL TOWNSEND DODD ANDREWS 1 I THE MICH IGANENSIAN- 1921 Kent Hall Founded in 1918 MRS. W. H. BUTLER MRS. F. W. STEVENS PATRONESSES MRS. A. H. WHITE MRS. L. KARPINSKI SOCIAL DIRECTOR Miss MARTHA S. HILLS MARION CROHN KATHRYN MICHAEL LUCILE WHITFIELD CAROL WALTERS OFFICERS President Vice President . Secretary Treasurer SOCIAL CHAIRMAN FRANCES VIVIAN EVAH ANDERSON MARION CROHN JUDITH JENISON EDITH JENSEN FLORENCE SLAWSON WILMA DEMUTH HELEN HALL DOROTHY ALTON LOUISE COATES EVELYN COOK 1921 1922 1923 1924 KATHRYN MICHAEL FRANCES VIVIAN IRIS VIDEAN HELEN WILLIAMS LEONA WRIGHT CAROL WALTERS LUCILE WHITFIELD MARY CATHERINE KESSEI. GLADYS TEGGARDINE MARION VAN NESS Six Hundred Eighty-six ANDERSON VANN ' ESS KESSELL DEMUTH COOK VIVIAN WRIGHT COATES JENSEN TEGGARDINE VIDEON SLAWSON JENISON HALL WILLIAMS MICHAEL CROHN HILLS WHITFIELD WALTERS I Six Hundred Eighty-seven THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 Episcopal Dormitory Founded PATRONESSES MRS. V. O. RAYMOND MRS. CHARLES T. WEBB BEATRICE SMITH HELEN WILSEY . RACHEL ANDERSON LEAH OLIN CATHERINE HALSEY SOCIAL DIRECTOR MRS. W. D. RIGGS OFFICERS President . Vice President Secretary Treasurer House Representative SOCIAL CHAIRMAN MARGARET STONE LEAH OLIN MARGARET STONE HELEN WILSEY ADELE UNGER AGNES NISSEN IONE CHAMBERS DOROTHY MAITLAND BARBARA WHITCHER MEMBERS 1921 1922 1923 1924 RACHEL ANDERSON BEATRICE SMITH CLARICE SMITH LUVERNE HAYS CATHERINE HALSEY MILDRED JOHNSTONE MURIEL STURZ HELEN LEE I Si.v Hundred Eighty-eight THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 l piscopa.l L ormltory JOHNSTONE UNGER NISSON HAYES HALSEY CHAMBERS STONE SMITH OLIN ANDERSON WILSEY WILSON LEE MAITLAND HITCHER STURTZ UDDENBURG I THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 EMERSON LURIE CREASER ROBERTS WICKERHAM COLLIER COULTER FULKERSON Loss MRS. HEARTT CRANE DOTY THOMAS RIGBY GODDARD GOULDER WESTLAKE WELLS RlCH FELSKI HEARTT WlGHTMAN MINNIE E. WELLS MARJORIE HEARTT MARION CREASER Jordan House President Secretary and Treasurer League Representative .S ' l.v Hundred Ninety 1921 MARION CREASER LOUISE FULKERSON MINNIE E. WELLS DOROTHEA WESTLAKE 1922 MILDRED COULTER MARJORIE HEARTT NELLIE Loss 1923 ABIGAIL LURIE ELIZABETH RIGBY AVON RICH ABIGAIL ROBERTS IRENE WICKERHAM 1924 BERTHA COLLIER LILLIAN CRANE LOCA DOTY NORMA EMERSON LYDIA FELSKI KATHLEEN GODDARD PORTIA GOULDER DOROTHY THOMAS HELEN WIGHTMAN THE-MICHIGAN Our Aa vorti sers I n will be found the ammuncGmenis of mam reliable merchants who have contributed materially to the success of this volume. We bespeak ybur patronage m re turn Illllllllllllll I fix ' Ilillllllllllll ijlllllllllllllllll ' s - Illlllllllllllllll Hlllhalim THE-MICHICANENSlAN-19 ' 21 The well-groomed Young Man invariably singles out this Great Store for distinctive apparel. Bird ' s standard of quality the highest known is the power- ful argument that convinces the patron of our superiority. 1219 Woodward Ave. Detroit ' s Largest Clothiers m THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 SERVICE 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 thousand and one things that bear on daily and business life BUT the greatest of all 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. J. L. Hudson Company DETROIT w w TH E - MICH ICANENSIAN- 1921 GRAHAM ANN -ARBOR History of The University of Michigan By W. B. Shaw mailed to any address in the United States Four Dollars Michigan Song Book Revised Edition By Mail Four-Fifty Mail Orders Solicited GRAHAM (Both ends of the diagonal walk) IV f, THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 Bebtcatcb to tijr Class of 1921 Hpnbon Co. i THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-IQ I EAT )er ' Cream Some way every day. Kalamazoo, Michigan The Boyer-Campbell]Co. TOOLS MANUFACTURERS SUPPLIES Detroit V, THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 STUDENTS Our Photographs Must Please You I I Portraits Quality by PHOTOGRAPHY. Courteous Treatment Prompt Service Studio 619 East Liberty Phone 604W VII 1 THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-19 ' 21 The Store of Individual Service Everything to suit the Fastidious Woman Coats, Suits, Hats, Shoes and Dresses, exemplifying the Newest Style Tendencies Established 1857 VIII I I THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-1921 " Continuous Patronage Means Satisfaction " long experience, modern equipment, and attention to detail has won for us the confidence and business of colleges throughout the Country, who appreciate QUALITY PRINTING W m I Rogers Printing Company Dixon and Chicago, Illinois IX THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 THE UPJOHN COMPANY Makers of FINE PHARMACEUTICALS Kalamazoo, Mich. Branch Houses NEW YORK KANSAS CITY, Mo. SAN FRANCISCO i Literary and General Scientific Publications Law and Medical Engineering Dental We present the best inducements to Michigan Alumni for the purchase of Library and General Book Supplies that can be secured anywhere in the United States. Our Mail Order Business Extends to every State of the Union and to all foreign countries Libraries Bought and Sold Estimates furnished for Secondary, School, College and Univer- sity Libraries. : : : : : Discounts of 10 per cent and up from the publishers ' prices are allowed to school libraries on all publications. Transportation charges prepaid on all orders, large or small, received through the mail. GEORGE WAHR Bookseller 103-105 N. Main St. Importer 316 S. State St. Publisher Ann Arbor, Mich. TH E- MICH IGANENS1AN- 1921 I " Everything for the Shop " We carry a very large and complete stock of: Metalworking Machinery Woodworking Machinery Pulleys, Belting, Hangers General Shop Supplies THE CHAS. A. STRELINGER CO. DETROIT 149-165 E. Larned St. Cad. 7080 ffi m The Favorite Fraternity Jewelers of the University of Michigan BURR, PATTERSON COMPANY DETROIT, MICHIGAN XI THE-MICH1GANENS1AN-1921 There are a lot of features you will like about a Harvard Chair and many of these same features will have a pleasing effect on your patients. The latest Harvard is equipped with the supplemental child ' s seat, automatic head rest, low- pressure, dust-proof oil pump and new Harvard foot rest. Write for installment terms and a copy of the Harvard catalog. Harvard Company Canton, Ohio, U.S.A. XII THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 Ann Arbor Dairy Company 121 Catherine Street Phone 423 Absolutely Pure Pasteur- ized Milk and Cream; Butter; Cottage Cheese. Extra Heavy Whipping Cream The only distributor in the city employing an ex- pert bacteriologist and chemist daily. Inspection invited XIII THE-M CHIGANENS AN-I9 ' 21 PHONE 163 PHONE C. H. HECK SON WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Coal and Coke Main Office and Yards 212 East Madison Street All Grades from West Virginia Kentucky Ohio and Pennsylvania Fields Kyer Whitker Dealers in Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables WHOLESALE AND RETAIL When you are in the market for any quantity ASK US- Sole Dealers in Vegaco Margarine, the best in the market 114-116 E. WASHINGTON STREET Phones 326, 327, 328 XIV I THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 " pin a sTrrlmirnl G. C. MAEDEL, Prop. Phone 598 121 E. Washington St. XV THE -MICHICANENSIAN- 1921 Q4IALITY EMGRAVING and prompt delivery Kave built for us one of the largest endravinj and art establishments in the country. Courtesy; co-operation and personal interest in our customers are additional inducements we offer in return for your business. JAHN , OLLIER ENGRAVING CO. 554 WEST ADAMS STREET, I XVI THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-I921 Ask the man or woman who has an account in this bank either office about our Service. Then come in too and get acquainted Ann Arbor Savings Bank Organized 1869 Capital and Surplus $600,000.00 Resources - - - $5,500,000.00 xvn THE -MICHIGAN ENS AN- 19 ' 21 W m Graduates and Undergraduates As always, you will find the Trolley Way to Ann Arbor the most convenient road of travel from Detroit. Handy to the ' Varsity and Ferry Field. Frequent ser- vice. The lowest of fares Detroit, Jackson Chicago Ry. XVI 1 1 BILLIARDS PIPES CIGARS Huston Bros. " We try to treat you right. " CANDIES SOFT DRINKS LIGHT LUNCHES A. E. Gilberg Co. (Incorporated) CANNED FOOD PRODUCTS COFFEES TEAS GROCERS ' SPECIALTIES Pure Fruit Pure Fruit Jams C. R. TILLY, Jellies Representative 229 NORTH STATE STREET, CHICAGO XIX I THE-MICHIGANENSIAN-192I Photographer Our Aim: Quality in Portraiture Satisfaction to Patrons All Negatives made at our studio from 1890 to the present time have been carefully pre- served so that one or more portraits can be finished for you at any time 319 E. Huron St. Phone 961 M XX THE-MICHIGANENS1AN-I921 TWO WINNERS No. 94 CABINET Thousands of dentists are using this cabinet and like it. Why experiment? Its interior conveniences are fully equal to its exterior attractiveness. No. 2 OPERATING TABLE WITH CABINET The table has been in use for a long time and found convenient. Adding the cabinet gives you an ideal auxiliary cab inet or a cabinet for pro- phylactic work. Our goods can be combined with others and purchased on the installment plan if desired. Shall we mail you a catalog? The American Cabinet Co. Two RIVERS, WISCONSIN XXI MICHIGAN ENS1AN- 1921 Quality Service State Street Across from Campus Ann Arbors New Portrait Studio We make our strong pull on QUALITY, SERyiCE and guaranteed satisfaction to you Portraits Groups, Flashlights, Views, Artistic Framing Pictures in Oils Dey Studios Hillsdale 303W Ann Arbor XXII 1 rHE-MICHIGANENSlAN-19 ' 21 I Telephone Main 2010 Experience 40 Years Mehring Hanson Company HEATING, COOLING AND VEN- TILATING SYSTEMS POWER PLANTS POWER PIPING GENERAL STEAM FITTING 118-120 NORTH FRANKLIN STREET Near Washington Street CHICAGO XXIII THE-MICHICANENSIAN-1921 The Ann Arbor Press When 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 of the old town " and not commercial or fac- tory-like, write to your old acquaint- ance The Ann Arbor Press Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co. FORMERLY CALKINS DRUG Co. For thirty-three years druggists to the Students at the University of Michi- gan and going stronger every day. 324 So. State St. 808 University Ave. 711 Packard St. EXCLUSIVE ENERGINE CLEANERS CLEANING PRESSING REPAIRING Kindly notice how much longer our Energine Cleaning stays clean over any other Cleaning you ' have had. 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 2508 White ' s Studio 1 10. E. HURON ST. FINE PHOTOGRAPHS COLORED PORTRAITS HAND CARVED FRAMES " Why pay the up-town price? " Established 1873 A. H. Petting Manufacturing Jewelry Company MANUFACTURERS GREEK LETTER FRATERNITY JEWELRY 213 N. LIBERTY STREET BALTIMORE, MD. William Hochrein PLUMBING, STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING REPAIRING Bell Phone 525 211 S. Fourth Ave. TAPES Have played a large part in the World ' s Surveying, Engineering Construction projects and are univei sally recognized " RELIABLE " On Sale Everywhere. Send for Catalog New York SAGINAW. MICH. Windsor, Ont. XXIV THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 Haller Fuller JEWELERS OPTICIANS STATE STREET ANN ARBOR. MICH. Itttorattij ii Mrs, JH. fH 601- B05 East Williams Street Ann Arbor, fEirfjtgan Publishers of the Michigan Song Book San Felice and El Verso Cigars For Men of Judgment and Good Taste The Deis el- Wemmer Company, Makers Lima, Ohio CURTAINS Net, Voile and Marquesette Curtains Made to order at the CURTAIN SHOP PILBEAM MARZ CO. Phone 2380 301 N. Main St. The Hemmeter Cigar Co. MANUFACTURERS Detroit, Mich. FACTORIES DETROIT BAY CITY MONROE, MICHIGAN Davis Ohlinger PROMPT PRINTERS Phone 432-} 109-111 E. Washington St. Quality in Flowers ? ? WHAT IS IT r " A DISTINGUISHED AND CHARACTERIS- TIC EXCELLENCE OR SUPERIORITY " ( Century Dictionary ) Blu Maize Blossom Shop NICKELS ARCADE EVENING CLOTHES FULL DRESS and TUXEDO SUITS 1921 PRICES $52.50 to 95.00 Tinker Company CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS, HATS So. State St. at William St. I xxv - MICH IGANENSIAN-191J ' . ' E . :vv College is Over What ' s Next? Your career is ahead of you, with all its opportunities and possibilities. If you are go- ing to be a success, you must have, in addition to your professional ability, a comprehensive view of the business side of dentistry,- the side that has to do with " Dollars and Cents. " Successful dentists are realizing the import- ance of environment on their patients, and the effect exerted on them by modern, pleasingly appointed offices, and up-to-date equipment. hen you buy equipment for your office, select the kind that will give you the most efficient and lasting service; the kind that will save your time, and the time of your patients. Ritter Equipment will do all of these things, and more. It will give you a big impetus on the way to financial success. RITTER Dental Mfg. Co. (Incorporated) I In XXVI THE -MICHIGANENSIAN- 1921 " VV7HICH, as all the undergraduate world knows, would be a penalty more severe than restricted privileges, demerits, and the most cutting maledictions of the entire discipline committee. We are sorry Mr. MacDonall drew such a mischievous picture to place before the young, but he would do it in spite of anything we could say. Censorship committee please note our own desire to be freed of responsibility in the matter. THE GENESEE PURE FOOD COMPANY Le Roy, New York Bridgeburg, Ontario XXVII THE -MICH1GANENSIAN- 1921 Index to Advertisers American Cabinet Co., The . XXI Ann Arbor Dairy Co. . . XIII Ann Arbor Press .... XXIV Ann Arbor Savings Bank . XVII Jahn Oilier Co. ... XVI Kver Whitker . XIV Bird, S. L. Sons ... II Blu Maize Blossom Shop . XXV Boyer-Campbell Co ..... VI Burr, Patterson Co. . . . XI Busv Bee . XXIII Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co. . XXIV Davis Ohlinger XXV Deisel-Wemmer Co., The . XXV Detroit Jackson Chicago Ry XVIII Dey Studio XXII Petting, A. H., Mfg. Jewelry Co. . . XXIV Genesee Pure Food Co. XXVII Gitberg, A. E. Co. . . . XIX Graham ' s Book Stores . . . IV Haller Fuller XXV Harvard Co., The .... XII Heck, C. H. Son . . . XIV Hemmeter Cigar Co., The . XXV Hochrein, Wm XXIV Hudson, J. L. Co. . . . Ill Huston Brothers Co. XIX Lufkin Rule Co., The . . XXIV Lyndon Co. V, Mack Co VIII Mehring Hanson Co. . . XXIII Pilbeam Marz Co. XXV Piper Ice Cream Co. ... VI Randall Studio . XV Rentschler Studio ... XX Ritter Dental Mfg. Co. . . XXVI Rogers Printing Co IX Spedding Studio .... VII Streligner, Chas. A. Co., The . XI Swiss Garment Cleaning Co. XXIV Tinker Co XXV University Music House . XXV Upjohn Co., The X Wahr, George X White, D. E. Studio . . . XXIV XXVIII GENERAL INDEX Acacia 528 Adelphi House of Rep 419 Aeronautic Society 452 Almanak 209 Alpha Beta Phi 542 Alpha Chi Omega 658 Alpha Chi Sigma . 604 Alpha Delta Phi 490 Alpha Epsilon Iota 654 Alpha Kappa Kappa 588 Alpha Kappa Psi 606 Alpha Nu 420 Alpha Omega Alpha 424 Alpha Phi . ... 656 Alpha Rho Chi 598 Alpha Sigma 574 Alpha Sigma Phi 532 Alpha Tau Omega . . . .526 Alpha Xi Delta 668 Alumnae House 684 Alumnus, The Michigan 401 " aMa " . Men 268 Am. Inst. of Elect. Engineers 446 Am. Soc. of Mech. Engrs 447 Aristolochite Society 427 Athena Lite rary Society 631 Athletic Assn 265 Athletics. Intramural and Freshman . . . 345 Athletic Progran 400 B Band, U. of M 406 Barristers 437 Baseball ... .291 Basketball 331 Bayonne Club 472 Beta Theta Pi 500 Betsy Barbour House 682 Board in Control of Student Publications 385 Board of Directors of Womens League .- 628 Board of Regents 33 Board of Directors of Womens League . 628 Board of Regents 33 Boxing 351 Cabinet Club 480 Campus Societies 433 Canadian Club 482 Caryatides 670 Central Debating League 417 Chem. Engineering Society 449 Chi Epsilon 432 Chimes. The 393 Chinese Students Club 476 Chi Omega 662 Chi Psi 488 Civil Engineering Society 450 Classes Senior Literary 35 Senior Engineering 107 Senior Architects 136 Senior Medical 139 Senior Law 148 Senior Dental 159 Senior Pharmic 167 Senior Homoeopathic 170 Senior Homoeo. Nurses 171 Se nior Alleo. Nurses 173 Juniors 181 Sophomores 191 Freshmen 199 Coif. Order of the 431 Collegiate Sorosis 648 Comedy Club 412 Commerce Club 459 Cosmopolitan Club 475 Craftsmen ' s Club 444 Deans of Schools and Colleges 34 Delta Chi 516 Delta Delta Delta . . 666 Delta Gamma 646 Delta Kappa Epsilon 492 Delta Sigma Delta 570 Delta Sigma Phi 554 Delta Sigma Rho 426 Delta Tau Delta 508 Delta Theta Phi 596 Delta Upsilon 504 Dental Society 464 Dixie Club Druids . . 481 436 E Engineering Society 448 Episcopal Dormitory 688 Events of the Year 209 Feature Section 353 Football 269 Forestry Club 54 Fraternities, General 487 Fraternities, Professional 564 Freshman Athletics 345 Freshman Football Scjuad 352 Freshman Girls ' Glee Club 621 Freshman Spread Committee 618 Friars 451 Galens ............................. 440 Gamma Eta Gamma ................. 592 Gamma Phi Beta ..... ............... 644 Gargoyle, The ........................ 394 Girls ' Educational Club ............... 638 Girls ' Mandolin Club ................ 622 Girls ' Senior Society ................. 640 Glee and Mandolin Club ............. 405 Griffins ............................. 439 H Hall House ......................... 677 Helen NewBerry Residence ............ 678 Hermitage .......................... 552 Hockey Team ....................... 350 Honor Societies ..................... 421 House Clubs ......................... 556 I II Circolo Italiano Intramural Athletics Iota Sigma Pi 456 345 639 Jordan House 690 Judiciary Council of the Women ' s League 629 Junior Girls ' Play Cast 625 Junior Girls ' Play Committee 625 Kappa Alpha Theta 642 Kappa Beta Psi 538 Kappa Kappa Gamma 652 Kappa Nu 550 Kappa Sigma 518 Kent Hall 686 Kentucky Club 470 La Sociedad Hispanica 458 Lambda Chi Alpha 540 Law Review, The Michigan 402 Le Cercle Francais .- . . . 457 Les Voyageurs 455 Literary Societies 445 M " M " Men 266 Martha Cook Dormitory 680 Masques 627 Men ' s Edicational Club 461 Michigamua 434 Michigan Daily 389 Michigan I ' nion 370 Michiganensian, the 1921 387 Mid West Debating League 418 Mimes 411 Monks 560 Mortarboard 633 Mount Clemens Club 473 Mu Phi Epsilon 660 Music and Drama 403 Nippon Club . Nu Sigma Nu N 474 568 Olympic Games 377 Omieron Pi 674 Opera, Michigan I ' nion 407 Oratorical Assn 416 Oratory 415 Organizations. Womens ' 619 Pennsylvania Club 467 Phi Alpha Delta .582 Phi Beta Pi 580 Phi Chi 584 Phi Delta Chi 572 Phi Delta Phi 566 Phi Delta Theta 51O Phi Epsilon Rho 59O Phi Gamma Delta 522 Phi Sigma 53O Phi Kappa Psi 502 Phi Lambda Vpsilon 425 Phi Mu Alpha 524 Phi Rho Sigma 578 Phi Sigma 429 Phi Sigma Delta 547 Philippine-Michigan Club 477 Phylon 562 Pi Beta Phi 650 Pi Delta Epsilon 430 Pictorial Almanac 209 Polonia Liu rary Circle 462 Pontiac Club 468 Prescott Club Psi Omega 586 Psi Upsilon 498 Publications 385 Quarterdeck 44L R Republican Club 466 Rotogravure Section 225 S Saginaw Club 41 1 Scalp and Blade 469 Scientific Societies 445 Scroll ' 413 Sectional Clubs 465 Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Sigma Chi O6 Sigma Delta Chi 594 Sigma Delta 6 2 Sigma Delta Phi 636 Sigma Nu 520 Sigma Phi 494 Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Xi Sinfonia j 24 Sororities Sphinx Students Christian Assn 462-630 Students ' Directory 39 Stylus 635 Swimming 347 Symphonic League Tau Beta Pi 423 Tau Sigma Delta 428 Technic 397 Tennis Team 33 Theta C hi 548 Theta Delta Chi 514 Theta Phi Alpha 664 Theta Xi X Track Team 30 Triangles Trigon 558- T-S(iuare Society 637 U U. S. Marine Corps Club 483 Univeisity Girls ' Glee Club 620- Univ. Sch. of Music Girls ' Glee Club ... 623 V Varsity Captains 257 Veterans of Foreign Wars 484 Vulcans 435 W Web and Flange 438 Westerners, The 478 Who ' s Who 381 Wolverine, The 391 Women 608 Women ' s Athletic Board 614 Women ' s Athletics 613 Women ' s Cosmopolitan Club 632 Women ' s Dormitories 676- Wyvern 634 PERSONAL INDEX Abada. E 461-477 Abbot, Xlrs. W 644 Abbott, A. G 522 Abbott, V. C 203-588 Abbott, W. R 490 Abbs, V 524 Abel, L. A 387-546 Abell, H. E 485 Abramson, J 472 Ackerman, XI 566 Ackerman, P. E. . . . .83 Acklcy, H 683-652 Adair, L. A 141 Adams, A. D 37-635 Adam? B F 441-540 Adams D 677 Adams Xlrs. E 644 Adams F. F 540 Adams G 458 Adams H. C 434-606 Adams XI 631 Adams R. E .389-420-470 Adams R. T 410 Adams R 192 Adams T. H. 389-391-430- 440-490-594 Adams, T. W 578 Adams, W. XI 405 Addams, H. F 498 Adie, G. C 530-568 Ahern, H. P. . . . 480 Aigler, R. W. 265-402-532 550-566 Ainsworth.R 598-451 Aitchison, A. G 604 Akcrs, H. H 516 Alan, G. B 150 Aldrich, F. B 538 Aldrich, G. F 485 Aldrich, XI 548 Aldrich. XI. C 451 Alexander, J 424-508 Alexander, L. D. . . 546 Alexander, R. B. 109-438- 450-419 Alexander, R. G ' ... 586 Alexander, R. L 419 Alexander, W. J. . . . 832 Alger, G 623 Allaben, R 420 Allbright, W. W 604 Alleman, V 670 Allen. F. P. . .140-141-429- 584 Allen, H. J 457-485 Allen, I. V 173-174 Allen, K. J 554 Allen, M 670-639 Allen, XI. XI 88-453 Allison, A. W 454 Allman, A. D 406 Alpert, I. XI 550-161 Alt, G. L 423-438 Altenberg, J. H 528 Alton, D 666-686 Ames, F 618-627-629- 679 Ames, XI 627-639 Amick, K. B 454 Anderson, A. C 562 Anderson, D. K 454 Anderson, E. ..37-638-686 Anderson, D. G 582 Anderson, G 681 Anderson, G. D 544 Anderson, 422-423 Anderson, H. 423-447-453- 504-570-683 Anderson, H. P. . 542 Anderson. H. W. . 109-448 Anderson, K. S. Anderson, L. C. Anderson, L. XI. Anderson, R. XI Anderson, R. A. .540-407 37-425 580 . .37-688 483-485- 528 174 429 109-423 . .37-606 592 Anderson, S Anderson, S. D Anderson, T. C. Andreason, H ' P. Andreason, W. G ..... Andrews, F .......... 412 Andrews. G. D ....... 514 Andrews, K .......... 684 Andrews, V .......... 636 Andrus, F ............ 598 Andrus, F. B ........ 84 Angell, R. C. . .36-37-229- 340-266-389-430- 407-436-492 Angell, W. F. .37-231-346- 420-430-466-530 Angle, H. K .......... 584 Aiming. N. H ........ 482 Annnn, J. H 423 Antonio. (). ..37-458-456 Antrim. D. M 540 Apfel, E 37 Alfel. E. 1 37 Appebei, V. T 485 Appelhof, G 485 Apple, E. C 524 Apple, E. XI 420-406 Apted. B 510 Arbaugh. D 38 Archer, C. E. 109-452-406 Armstrong. E. K. . 36-38- 436-512 Armstrong. G. R 174 Armstrong. R. E 520 Arndt. H. E 471-570 Arndt. H 205 Arndt, R. A 518 Arndts, A. H 38-558 Arner, H. S 482 Arnold, E 174-654 Arnold, XI 679 Arnot, H. 1 38 ArrowsmitK J. (). . 109-604 Arthur. F. P 432-508 Arthur, R 485 Arylls, XI. XI 84 Asawa, Y 474 Ashkins, A. E 546 Asikainen, H 174 Asire, R 38-662 Asugano. E. A. . . .477 109 Aten, J. E 141 Athey, G. W 38-500 Atkinson, C. M. .230-393- 430-442-518 Atkinson, D. D 481 Atkinson, E. B 512 Atwell, H. H 520 Atwood. H. A 502 Atwood. L. T 395-514 Atyeo, R. W 538 Auer, C. W. 109-108-441- 532 Auer, G. E 38 August, H. A. 150-140-402- 428-430 August, H. E 546 Austin. W. D 528 Averhill. F 683 Avery, B. F 562 Avery, J. A. . .38-227-287- 412-580 Avery. M. B 38-642 Ayres, D. B 524-596 Ayres, R. E 38 B Babbitt, B 422 Babbitt, B. E 554 Bacearo. C 160 Bacearo, C 161 Caeh, E. F 453 Baee, W. C 510 Bachman, G. E 406 Bachman, R. W 490 Baeker, H. P 568 Bacon, B. H 552 Bacon, E. F. .314-406-442 Bacon. E. K 604 Bacon, J 658 Bacon. J. A. . .389-418-580 Bacon. J. E 548-406 Bacon, L. C.. 141-140-421- 578 Backus. R 488 Bade. W 293 Bader, A. L 548 Bader. L 105-638-680 Badger. W. 1 425-604 Badgley, C. E. . . .440-580 Badgley. 1 39-638-680 Badgley. XI. J 500 Bailey, A. R. .245-410-520 Bailey, B. F 423 Bailey. E 451-598 Bailey, F. 1 39 Bailey. K 679 Bailey. XI 624-660 Bailey, R 39-268-638- 640-683 Bailey, R. A 234-520 Bailey, K. J 580 Bailey, I. C 482 Bailey. W. J 405 Baird. F 683 Bailsey, D 488-666 Baisley K.I 198-666 Baker. Barbara . . . 670-683 Baker. EM 425-604 Baker, F. G 530 Baker. H. J 422 Baker. H. W 520 Baker, J 252-378 Baker, J. I.. . 107-108-267- 311-314-516 Baker, XI. J 139-141 Beardslee. K. .468-621-662 Beardsley, R. .267-311-324 Beath, C 108 110 Blackston. B 536 Blair, A 620-644 Blaisdell, W 150-592 Baker. XI 654 Baker, O. R 562 Beattie, F. G 150-596 Beatty, P. J 405 Blake, A. E 485 Blakelce Willis 150-387- Baker, R. C 454 Baldwin, C 666-683 Baldwin, L F. 536 Beattie, W 468 Beaven, P. W 490 Beaver W B 485 473-434-522 Blakey. R. S 203 Blanchard H 508 Baldwin, L. C. . 395-504 Beavis, J. O. . . . 570 Blanchard E 175 Bales. W. H 204-596 Becker, E. XI 174 Blanchard, F X. 492 Balgooyen. W. J. . 150-554- Becker, H. F 520 Blodgett, C. E 488 592 Ball, D 393 Ball J 540 Beckett, M 457-681 B?cker, S. W. 140-141 424- 429-440-586 Blodgctt. W. H. .108-110- 447-530 Blood M F 202 Ball, R. B 109-485 Beckham A. ..36-633-635- Blough, K. G. . . . 506 Ballman 39 650 Blough XI 82 Balloway, R 174 Beckman A W 520 Blum P 51O Bancroft. W. D 425 Beckton. Jack P. 407-510 Bockley D J 473 Bancroft. H 632 Beckwith, Bernard 36-447- Bodemiller A. . . 175 Bancroft, W. J. . . . 485 457-475-6 14-632-633-650 Bodin F P 570 Band. K. D 588 Bandemei. T 443 Beckwith, B. L. . .110-462 Beckwith, H R 471 Boell. A. F 142-440 Boericke, G 576 Bandemer. W. E. 236-471- Beckwith, R . . 471-588 Boes RE . 534 532 Bebe B B 447 Bang. T. J 39 Beebf , E C 87-576 Bogan D 683 Bangs, C. B. F. . . 150-466- Beebe, H 574 Bogert V ... 620-670 :,2.s Bank. T 192-268-271 Beech, S. T 488 Beecher, R. L 530 Boggs, G. 627-630-634-650 Bogle T A 562 278-485-548 Beecker N A 586 Bogne A L 420 Banks, C. D. . .39-161 420 Banks. F. P 228 Banzhoff. G 454-488 Barber. E 200 Beernink, E. H. . 141-406- 562 Beers, D. L 532-580 BeGole A XI 574 Bohne, P 470-481 Boice, J. E. . . 1 10-405-447- 558 Boice R ' E 424-580 Barber. R. J 570 Barclay D G 596 Behn, C. W 141-584 Beirlein K XI 584 Bolley, B. E 175 Bolton J 498 Barger. J A. . .107-109- Belknap A P 528 Bolton S 471-498-540 438-450-544 Belknap, R G. . 562 Bonar L 422-429 Barie, R. F 494 Belknap T A 488 Bond H C 399 Barker, D. J 109-446 Bell F C 150-411-512-516 Bond J D 422 Barker, H B 141 Bell H XI 444-485 Bond K W . 510 Barkman F. J 485 Bell R H 528 Bond R 536 Barlow, A 666 Barnard H. D. . . .440-580 Barnes, D. J 544 Barnes, G 548 Belles, H. E 405 Bellinger, Dan H.. 160-161- 548-570 Belote G H 195-588 Bonner, G. C 485 Boomhover, F 666 Boone, A 680 Boone G D 160-161-570 Barnes, H. E. .39-420-548- Belser, C. W 447 Boone P A. J 554 598 Barnes. John .429-480-508 Barnes. J. XI 203-578 Barnes, J. D.. . 39-454-455 Benjamin, G. H. . . 137-598 Benjamin, J. S. . . .405-532 Bennett, A. C. . . .110-135- 44 1-492 Boonstra, XI. N 554 Booth, B. G 405-485 Booth, H. S. . ..84-451-522 Booth I S 454 Barnes Russell 407-411- Bennett F H 512 Boothby C N .514 434-621648-683 Barnett, J. L 161 Barney. D. E 568 Barney, R. E 141-424 Barney, W. F. 108-110- Bennett, H. R. . .150-411- 512 Bennett, W. S 536 Benson, E 512 Benson G T 485 Boothbv, D. D 514 Boron. H. F. . .42-466-528- 606 Boschan, A. S. N 452 Bostwiek XI XI. 87-520- 450-562 Benson H G 522 586 Barnum, C. N. 397-443-522 Bentel, F. R. .110-447-530 Bou. A. V. . 142 Baron, A. H 546 Benthein C ... .542 Bouchard G. 148-151-247- Barr, Lois 621-679 Barr, XI 498 Barrel! XI 668 Beresford, E. XI. .314-406- 482 Bere=fcrd J H 482-504 402-430-437-596 Bouchard. H 423 Bonisteel R O 530 Barrett L J. . . 454 Berger L F 528 Barrett L H 500 Bergball R C 110-446 Bourne W G 524 Barrowcliff. C.D.I 10-452 Barse. H. D. 490 Barss J E 203-568 Berk, I 534 Berkan, XI 680 Herman M 470 Bourne] N. W. 85-405-440- 588 Bowbeer, U 621 Bartell. E. E 135 Bartell, F. E. .425-508-604 Bernard, R 508 Bernard. J. P 201-504 Bowdawkin, J. S 450 Bowen, J. A 494 Bartelme P G 265-434- Bernste in Joe 82-226-389- Bowen W K 429 437-502 430-442-534-594 Bowers EC . . 536 Barth R R 39 Berridge W L 407 Bowers I A 512 Bartlett, XI. G. . . 174 Bartlett H H 422-429 Berry, L. T 526 Berry C M 407 Bowers, James 512 Bowers W 439 Bartlett, L 656 Bartlett W XI 406-420 Berst, A. J 471 Berta F W 174 Boxell, E. F. . .42-416-418- 420-452 Barton. J 668 Barton Xlildred 387-620- Bettens, W. G 405 Boyd, A. W. .151-265-402- 437-504-566 658 Bettison W L .... 562 Boyd, E. 42-672 Bassett. N 680 Bassett Mrs R 644 Beuhler, R. H 600 Bevington H G 485 Boyd, E 467-638-668 Boyd G R 584 Bassow P 479 Beyers D ' T 576 Boyd J H 201 Batty E. W 483-558 Bidwell S R 406 Boyd, Lee 239-387-530-574 Bates, Henry, XI. 392-402- 434-490-566 Bieker, H 520 Biery P H 520 Boyd, R. XI 471 Boyd, S . . 20O-536 Bates, L. F 203-580 Bates, W. 1 600 Bieser, C. W 110 Biethan, W 203 Boydell, C. W. ...111-522 Boyer. E. . 42 Batten, H 251 Bauer, E. W 197-574 Bauer, T J 588 Bigelow, S. L. ...425-568- 568-604 Bigelow T M. . . 490 Boyer, S. R 42-558 Boyle, C 592 Boynton, A. G. . . 160-161- Bauer ' W. A 588 Baxter. C. S. . . . 36-23 1-370- 393-430-4 34-462-558- 606 Biglow, R. B 496 Billings, J. A 494 Bingham, P. C 420 241-464-570 Boynton, L. H 598 Brace. C. L 468-488 Baxter, D. V 429-454 Baxter XI 468 Binhammer, H 174 Bird A 660 Brace, V. E 192-492 Brace, W. H 578 Bird C E 512 Bracken, W 516 Beach S T 82-410-457- Bishop D 644-683 Bradtrick, N 473 468-594 Bishop E 632 Bradford, F. A 496 Beadle F. E. . . 451 Bishop H. ..614-634-644 Bradley, E 83-443-510 Beal E. E. 500 Bishop T P . 142 Bradley, H. L. . .481-560 BealR E 475-528 Beal, J. F. ... 110-450-500 Bittinger. R 84 Black, R. I. Jr. 205-570-600 Black H H 471 Bradshaw, F. H 586 Bradshaw, J. W 385 Bragg EN . . 441 i? :., " rrT Brapp H T 447 Bean. G. . . . .510 Black ner, T. W. 68-453-572 Brainerd, E. A 42 Brake, E. H 402-426 Brand H N 42-508 Bucll, R. C 112-446 Bugh, H. H 586 Brandt, C. G, 151-402-410- 420-426-406 Brando M 579 Busher, J. C 44-461 Bulkley, J 200-492 Bulkley L . .648 Brannan, R. C. 43-246-485- 602 Branson, E 200-488 Braun, M 43-680 Bull, I,. P. ...192-407-496 Bullis, N. M 160-161 Bullock, B 683 Bullock, W. M 570 Brayb rooks, W 485 Brayton, D 642 Bumgardner, H. E. . . .538 Bumpus, J. A 112-496 Breakey, J. F 568 Breakey, R. S 568 Bunis, E 642 Bunker, B 683 Bunker R A ' 562 Breitenbach, R 683 Bretz, G. C. ..397-470481 Brewer, F. L. . .36-43-249- 411-488 Brewer J P 504 Bunting, B 44-679 Bunting, G. M. . . .112-446 Bunting, R. W.464-528-570 Buol, R. S. . ..508-578-605 Burbridge B W. .484-485 Brewer, N 480 Brezner B 111 Burch, G. .45-627-638-680 Buroliell R G 192-389- Bridges D 622 391-405 410-532 Briggs C E 552 Burchficld, L ..45-680 Brigham R O 142 Burdick L B 452-598 Brill J B 111-522 Burdick W ... .598 Brisbois, H. J 207-590 Briscoe J D 211-468-492 Burge, J. M. .407-470-558 Britton J H. 471-496 Burgher, J. C 405 Britton, J. W 425-604 Broadhead K 683 Burhans, E. C 203 Burk E A 473 Broderson, O. E 196 Brodkev. A. H 546 Broene;A 43-640-679 Bromley. W. L 43 Bronson, B. H. 43-406-407- 500 Burke. J. A 471-542 Burkett, R. E. . . .202-480 Bvirkhart, H. H 570 Burkholder, P. 36-245-267- 311-322-522 Burnliam P 450 Bronson. M 607 Broock, H 111-530 Brook H 441 Burns, F. N 137-406 Burns, J. E 480-526 Burns L A 45-405-510 Brooks, G 205 Brooks, L. E 43 Burr, G. S 112-450 Bursley P. C 496 Brooks, L. J. .405-530-582 Brooks, V. D 454 Broone, S. O. 268-454-455- 538 Broomfield, R. G 504 Burton, C. A 447 Burton, H 683 Burton, 679 Burton, T. ...618-627-652 Bury H . . 648-683 Brophy, G. O. 86-235-389- 393-434-522-566-594 Bush, B. G 45-620 Bushnell E 492 Brossv F A 500 Busse W A 596 Brotherton, B. E 576 Brotherton, W. E. 429-496 Buscher, F 620-658 Buster I G 532 Brown A . . 43-454 Buthcrman R 638 Brown B 43-642 Butter B M 512 Brown C 540 Butler C E 45-405-485 Brown, D. 482-014-622-646 Brown, E 44-679 Brown, F 683 Butler. F. K. 159-161-168 Butler, H. B 397 Butler J M 469 Brown F W 44-461 Butler L C 36-45-252- Brown, G. A. 151-426-504- 582 Brown, J. C 314-450 Brown, J. D 314-406 262-267- 311-31 4-378- 434-522 Butler, M 668 Butler, R. M 485 Brown, M. ...622-650-679 Brown M N 111 Butler, W. B 405-514 Butman S 652 Brown, O.. .44-417-419-426 But tars K H 82 Brown, P 679 Butterfield, W. S 45 Brown, R. P. ..44-391-554 Brown, S. M. ... 512-387 Butts, W. H 490 Ever F .... 683 Brown, T. J 544 Byers A D 520 Brown W F 530 Byland N O 485 Brown, W. M. 570 Byrne H J 506 Browne, G. G 498-604 Browne, HA. . . 108-111- 558-604 Bruch, M 111-500 C Cabot, H.W. .424-440-392 Cacia, V 477 Bruch, R 500 Cadwell, G. A 148 Brudges, G. . 171 Cady E . . 620-679 Brumbaugh J K 192-420 Caerie D M 568 Brumfield, E 552 Cain E 679 Brumm, D. H 485 Cajocom, J M 477 Brumm J. R. 385-411-439- 530-594 Cajucom, J M 156 Cake, A 6? 7-670 Brunstring, L. A 203 Brunt S 635-679 Cake, E 683 Cake W E 429 Brunt, W. .11 1-450 Calder M . 623 Bryan, B 44-652 Buchan, N. R 82-252-351- Cameron, D. B 352 Cameron L 588 419 Cameron, M 668 Buchanan, A. B. 485 Buchanan, A. D 452 Camp, C. G 568 Buchler, C. C 422-425 Buck, E 453 Camp, F 405-407-488 Campbell, A B . 478 Buck, W. 646 Campbell A G 604 Buckbauer, A. J 574 Buckbee, F. . .44-387-630- 652 Buckbee, M ..44-387-389- 652 Buckingham, H. P. . . .574 Buckmaster, De F. W. . 142- 520-568 Buckner G H 485 Campbell, B. P. . . .82-234- 387-393-4 10 130-442- 502-594-648 Campbell, Chas . . .36-389- 393-434-479 Campbell. C. M. .230-410- 4 1 1-430-462-5 14-594 Campbell, E. D. .423-425- 604 Buechner, F. 44-412 Campbell J B 492 Buehrer, C. E 44-540 Campbell, J. V. 568 Bucll, C. R 87-586 Campbell. R. A . . .406 PERSONAL INDEX Campbell, R. G 588 Campbell, W. P. .397-412- 502 Canfield, E 650 Canfielcl. R. B. ..424-440- 578 Cameron, R. F . . 159-161- 570 Canrifrht, C. M 485 Canterbury, S. S. . . 151-566 Cantiell, G. P 151 Caparrar, J 477 Cape, O. M 429-432 Cape, R. A Capistrano, R. ...475-477 Caplan. S 631 Cappon, F. T. 256-266-271- 278 Capron, E. S 450-469 Carey, J 412 Carev. W. E 500 Carley, M. E 434-441 Carlyon, G. ..623-624-630 Carnahan, E. .82-631-036- 679 Carnahan, N 650 Carney, R. J. .425-572-604 Carnochan, A. A 469 Carpenter 422-425 Carpenter. H. R 485 Carpenter, M. G. 112-450- 588 Carr, A. R 425 Carr?.P 82 Carriok, P. E. 112-441-514 Carroll, E 485-544 Carroll, F. D 402 Carroll, J. P 161 Carroll, P. R 160-570 Car-tons, E 443-666 Cartier, C. W 576 Carter, . I. S 522 Carter, I.. J 399-504 Carvan, W. C 584 Gary, J. C 245-596 Case.E C 429-455 Case, E. W 510 Case, F. H 422 Case, F. W 471 Case, L. C 423 Case. L. 422-604 Case, Q 510 Case, R. B 485 Case, R. W 112 Case, S. 425 Case, T. J 455 Casey, K 680 Cash, P. R 204 Casler, W. L 89 Cassidy. M. J 151-496 Cassidy, R 496 Cassil, A 112-450 Caster, L. J 483 Caswell, W. W 485 Cathcart, E.P. 142-140-568 Catherwood, J 658 Cavendish 627-644 Cavendish, V 644 Caverly, H. L 540 Ceyser " , H 468 Ch ' adwick, F. E. .209-483- 602 Chamberlain, H.. 485 Chamberlain. N. K 484-485 Chambers, G. W 590 Chambers, H 620-683 Chambers, 1 688 Chambers 142 Chambers, M. S 588 Chambers, S. 568 Chamberlain, E. . .395-656 Chamberlin, L 598 Champion, B. 627-631-670- 679 Chan, S. F 112-476 Chandler, B. C 500 Chandler, M 608 Chapel. H. C 399 Chapel. H. R 395-548 Chapman, D. C 576 Chapman, G. C 485 Chapman, 1. 447 Chapman, H. L 82 Chapman, H 391-648 Chapman, W. L 112 Chappel, C. C 496 Charitonides, C. ..113-450 Charter, G. H 554 Chase, J. M 502-596 Chase, M. 620-627-666-679 Chase, R. V. . 160-162-586 Chase, W. D 432-480 Chen, D. S 476 Chen, F. P 476 Chen, H. C 113-476 Chen, F. P 53 Chen, T. H 461-476 Cheng, S. Y 476 Chidester, H 683 Childs, G. M 590 Childs, S. C 540 Chipman, H 82-650 Chrisbolm, L 658 Christenson, C. O. 483-485 Christensen, R 658 Christian, F. G. . 113-447 Christian, R. C 83 Christman, L. R 485 Christie, R. W. 87-241-576 Christie, W. D. 113-441-540 Christie, W. G 510 Chow, C. K 477 Chow. L. H 476 Chu, S. H 476 Church, C. N 594 Church, K. D 548 Cissel, J. H 548 Cites, H. H 538 Clapperton, G. D 437 Clark, C. J 471 Clark, C. W 86-002 Clark, D 644 Clark, F. J 483 Clark, F. R 429 Clark, G. E. . .389-409-594 Clark, H. D. .485-508-568 Clark. J. B 113 Clark, J 637 Clark, J. C 520-582 Clark, J. K 113 Clark, J. M 194 Clark, L 624 Clark, M. .36-393-458-628- 635-633-629-658 Clark, W. R 420 Clarke. C. D 482 Clarke, J. C 520 Clarke, J. S 506 Clarke, N. E 142-578 Clarke, W. 514 Clarkson, E. S 500 Clurkson, W. S. . . 108-500 Clapperton, D. . . 149-151- 402-504-582 Clay, L. W 452 Cleary, R. M 578-650 Cleland, E. . . .202-479-598 Clemens, G. R. .. .113-108 Clemens, J C 450 Clements, N. V. . . . 452 Cliff, H 175 Clippert, G 508 Cloppet, J. P 457 Clore, W 504 Clouser, B. 518 Coates, A. E 485 Coates, L 686 Cobb, L 620-680 Cobbs. R. M 157-566 Coburn, C 623 Cochran. H. . .484-485-391 Cozswell. A 631-684 Cohen, M 550 Cohen, R. F 397 Cohen, R. W 113 Cohn. A. J. . .226-206-271- 277-370-437 Coker. R. J 481 Cole, W. E 85 Colburn, W 498 Colcord. B. C 447-51S Colcord, H 642-681 Colcord, M. .620-642-680 Cole, C. J 406-314 Cole. C. J 540 Cole, H. N 425-570 Cole. H. P 205 Cole, K 574-600 Cole, L. S 485 Cole.W. E. ...85-440-580 Cole, W. H 454 Coll. D. A 467-592 Coll, M. E 447 Collar, F. A 424 Coller, F. 578 Collie, M. W 520 Collier, B 690 Collier, W. T 504 Collins, G. W. 406-429-604 Collins, R. B 444-586 Collison. M. A 512 Cotter, M 598 Comb. W. E 406 Comfort, A. 457-644-412- 060 Comin, J. E 314-504 Comstock, J. P 420 Condit, D. H 478-584 Condon, H 683 Condon, R. . . .631-636-642 Concey, A. D 594 Conklin.C. K 602 Conklin, M. B. . ..151-437 Conlin, W. J 520 Connable. J 646-683 Connel. W. P 420 Conncll, J. T 424-429 Connell, H. D 572 Connell, W 416-520 Conover, W. K 502 Conway, R. M. 160-102-680 Cook, A. J 554-596 Cook, A. P 496 Cook, E 621-686 Cook, F. G 590 Cook, H 268 Cook, R. 227-311-265-266- 319-434-492 Cook, V. H 485 Cook, V. 419 Cook, W. P 139-142 Cook, W. P 140 Cooley, M. E. 423-452-494 Coolcy, W 481 Coombs, K. C 502 Cooney, F 664 Cooper, H. L 483 Cooper, Robt 405 Cooper, R. J 82 Cooper, S. M 48 Copp, S. L 482 Corby, F. S 452 Corbey, F 510 Corcoran. W. A 580 Covell, M 446 Corey, A. W. . . 139-140-142 Corey, C. A 512 Corycll, W 479 Corwim, R. K 113 Cork, T. K 48 Cornell, H. G 113-446 Cornwall, F.J 498 Cornwell, E. S . . .490-471 Cornwell, F. F 554 Cornwell, F. M 405 Corsette, H. J 600 Corson, H. T 423 Corwin, R. K 447 Cosgrove, M 614 Cossett, J. L 522 Costa, M 453-572 Cote, B 683 Cote. L 683 Cotter, B. F 429-498 Cotton, J. R 461 Cotton, W. A 397 Coughlin, E 668 Coughlin, F. E- 143 Coughlin, F. H 485 Coughlin, F. E 140 Coulter, M 660-690 Couse, W. D 397 Couper, E. M 48 Covell, M. B.. 108-1 14-410- 423-430 Covert, H. C 468-502 Covley, W 560 Cowley. D. .- 520 Cowan, M 681 Cowan, W. G 143 Cowling, J. C 512 Cowles, R. A 314-406 Cowan, J 598 Cowden, R. W 552 Cox, W. B 48 Cox, W. C 584 Cozad, D 623 Crabbe, J 405-498 Crabb, T 498 Craigie, W 683 Craine, D. W 514 Craine, H 481 Cramer, S. S 192-387 Crane, L 648-690 Crane, Neil 407 Crane, R. C 490 Crane, W. E 471 Cransbore, J. E 580 Craver, W 479 Craver, M. J 479-000 Creaser, C. W 429 Creaser, M. L 48-690 Crecdon, R. J 488 Creegs, C. H 588 Cress, F. A 389 Crill, J. B 586 Crmo, M 207-456-574 Cripper, L. K 49 Crosby. C. D 548 Crosby, E. K 205-586 Crosby, H. 584 Crosby, J. M 82-490 Crosby, M. S 200-490 Crom, R. S 424-429 Crocker, L. G 548 Croft, M 662 Crohn, M 49-468-686 Cross, A. L. . .268-436-504 Cross, F. A 441-560 Cross, F. C 481 Cross, H. L 456-496 Cross, H. R 598 Crossley, V. E. . 149-426- 602 Grassland, S. H 584 Crossman, G.I 480 Crow, R. S 578 Crowell, H. B 584 Crozier, M. A. .49-458-662 Cruikshank. C. . .246-267- 311-321 Cruise, J. D 522 Crumb, C. W 6OO Crouse, D 646 Cubbage, R. K 471 Culp, E 552 Culver, D. C. .88-453-471- 572 Culver, G 584 Culver, W 498 Cummings, H. H.. .44-439- 584 Cummings, .1. W. .36-488 Cunningham, J. E. 407-538 Cunningham, R. B. 596 Curran, L. B 470-558 Curran, R. A 49-502 Currir , Helen 683 Clinic, C. G 399W538 Currer, L. E 538 Curtin, J. L 584 Curtis, O. B 542 Curtis, C 500 Curtis, F 444 Curtis, H 200-510 Curtis, R 680 Curtis, R. H 508 Gushing, L. V. . 572 Curtis R. M . ' .49 Gushing, C. F 490 Cuthbert, A. O. ..240-450 Cutting, Miss K. . 644 Cutting, F. C. 314-40 544 Czysz, FT... 570 Dahlstrom, L. A 49 Dair. J. D ' _ 443 Daires, E 412 Dakin, J. 247-457-442-389- 492 Daley, C. H 554-592 Dalziel, H. M 592 Damon, N. C. 510-594-192 Dando, T. F 337 Danforth, P. 480 Danglade, H 520 Daniel, 679 Danielewski, L. . . .207-460 Daniels, L. E. ... 573 Daniels. T. C. . . 198 572 Dansard, I. M. 114-450-514 Danto, C 36-49 Darbaker. J.M 422 Darden.F. B 592 Darling. C. G 464-502 Darling.C.J 568 Darling, D. B. ... 160-16?- 464-536-570 Darling, L. H. 140-143-584 Darnton, B. .389-405-495- 594 Davey, M. N 175 Davenport, C. P 518 Davenport, K. M 488 Davenport, W. A. 451-598 Davidson, A. C 492 Davidson, E. C 510 Davidson, G 171 Davidson, O. C 544 Davidson, R. O. . . . . . .574 Davidson, W 644-544 Davidson, W. F 423 Davison, W. K. 506 Davies, E. G 502 Davis, B. M. ... 429 Davis, E. C. P. . . 516 Davis, F. E Davis, F. G .405 Davi s, F. L 447 Davis, J. L 490 Davis, M. K 406 Davis, M. A. . 49 Davis, M. O .49-458 Davis. R. L 389-532 Davis, W. . . . 680 Davis, W. F 542 Davis, W. M . 49 Davis, W. P 195-568 Dawson, D 656 Dawson, G. D 50 Dawson, John 387 Day, R 447 Deam, M 82-620-681 Deam, R 422-622-639 Dean, H. R. . .483-485-540 Dean, W. C 252 Dearborn, C. H 480 Decker, A. J 422-423 Decker. D. H 522 Decker, J. H 522 Decker, P. 1 82 Deebock, R. F 576 Deemer, R. . 620-634-650- 680 DeFrance, S. J 452 DeGracia, C 432 DeLand, G. A 87 Delaney, . . . 198-453-572 DeFillippis, M 456 Delano, H. J 50-506 Delbridge, H. .200-650-679 DeLorf , R 586 Demmon, R 598 DeNancredo, C. B. . . .568 Dengler, H. A 576 DenHerdcr, E. M 554 Denoth, W 686 Deng. R 473 Denison, W. E 580 DePree, 1 85-654 DcPuy, C. D 514 Derrick, F. . . .672-467-631 Desmond, W. F 50 DeSpelder, R. E 140 Despond, H 152 Detmeiler, O. S 516 Detro, J. C. . . 140-143-578 Detwyler, G. 652 Detwyler, M 485 Devendorf, C 479-485 DeVera, S. A 114 DeVries, C. L. F. 140-143- 568 DcVries, L. 50-36-457-627- C30-633-680 DeVries, M. L. . . .483-526 DcVries, W. . . .50-468-562 Dewey, D. R. ... 518 Dewey, T. E. 389-406-407- 524 Dewey, W. A 574 DeWitt, C. A. 406 Dice, I,. R 429 Dick, M. N 50-524 Dickinson, J. .485-639-644 Dickinson, W 660 Dickinson, T. M 470 Dickinson, E. D. . . 426 Diebel, W. D 552 Di.ehl, A 631-679 Diekhoff, R. F. . . .405-666 Dichrager, P 572 Dietcrle, R. . . 195-524-554- 578 Dieterle, K. A. ... 50-506 Dillon, R. P. . 108-114-229- 385-425-423-448-462-548- 604 Dinius, L 466-650 Dinwiddic, J. E 494 Dixon, H 339 Dixon, Helen. . .50-504-683 Dixon, M. A 604 Doane, H 580 Dobberteen, H. H. ...454 Dobbs, H 458 Dodd, D 50-684 Dobson, R. T 520 Dodd, C. K 450 Dodd, D 51-639 Dodd, M 648 Dodd, R 114-552 Dodds, D 658 Dodds, Daphne 658 Dodge, D. E 36 Dodge, H. P 438 Donahue, T. J 420 Donaldson. J. N. . . 162 Donaldson, L. F 485 Donavan, J 535 Dong, M. T 475-632 Donnelly, C. H. . 485 Donnelly, H. A. ..437-582 Donnelly, W. . 389 Dooge, L. E 200-518 Doolittle, S. E. ...508-578 Daman, A. H 526 Doran 140-143 Dorfner, E 152-582 Dornbos, L. H. J 554 Doty, I- 690 Dougherty. M 650 Dougherty, T. J. . 204 Doughty, E 680 PERSONAL INDEX Doughty, G 627-679 Douglas, D. C 83 Douglas, D. S. 482-536-562 Douglas, L. C 522 Douglas, H 423-644 Doverspike, D. S 51 Doverspike, D. D 540 Dow. D 83-241-393 Dow, E. W 500 Downey, E. B 51 Downie, J. H 114-406 Downing, A 672 Doyle, M. H 592 Doyle, T. B. . . 152-437-592 Drake, C. M 114-504 Drake, J. H. .437-439-504- 566 Drake, J. Y 402 Drake, R. E 644 Drake, R. L.36-51-133-256- 430-436-395-500 Diake R. T 133 Draper. H. D 471 Dreese, E. E, .422-423-548 Droste, C. M 578 Drulard, E 348 Drury, W. 1 425 Drury, W. R 600 Drybrcad, M 51-620 Dryer, H. B 203 Dyer, C. A 570 Dubuar, D 652-681 DuBois, P 578 DuBois, R. H 405 DuBois, R. N 387-480 DuBois W. F 203 DuCharme C. B 265 Duckwall P. J. . . .481-600 Duechler L. Y 540 Duemling A. H 598 Duemling W. W. . 195-568 Duerme F 477 Dufficld, E 621 Dufficld, G. 51-36-232-407- 411-408-436-439-492 Duffy, . I. E. ..201-265-488 Dunakin, P 498 Duncan. L 51-680 Dunlap, D 36-51-662 Dunlap, R 679 Dunlop, B E. 387-399-558 Dunleavy, G. J 512 Dunn 51-530 Dunn, J ' F. 51-36-234-267- 271-277-439-520 Dunn, J. K 420 Dunn, R. J. . .226-271-272- 259-333-335-377-442-502 Dunn, W.I 481 Dunnette, R 152-592 Dunphy, H 352-510 Dunning, M 175 Durbin, ET 438 Durbin, F 440 Durbin, J.M. .470-485-602 Durbin, T. W. 143-140-588 Durfee.E. W 566 Durling, J. K 574 Duty, G. A 52 Dworak, F 654 Dyason.C.D 16O-162 Dyason.G.E 160-162 Djiras, B. P 457 Dyll, L. M 82 Dyment, R. E 387-482 E Fades, C.C. ..439-532-580 Earle.G. N. . .268-311-320- 524 Earle.H 490 Early, J. H 467-584 Eastman, R. C 528 Eaton, J. F 86 Eaton, F. G 592-646 Eaton, G. D 391 Eaton, P. W. . . 52-36-226- 370-4 12-393-4 1 1-434- 485-498 Erbaugh, L 644 Eberwach, C. W. .425-506 Eckert, L 683 Eckhart, H 658 Eddy, B. H 485 Eddy, N. W 406 Edison, R. L 530 Edison, D. H 88-572 Edmunds. C. W. .424-510- 572 Edwards, E. G 52-171 Edwards, F. G 52-540 Edwards J. H. .. .201-490 Edwards, T. S 496 Effinger, J. R. 385-436-475- 502-566 Eggert, R. W 133 Ehlers. J. H 429 Ehresman, D. D 538 Ehrlich, S 520-679 Eidson, D 453 Eisele, A. G 528 Eisele, L. E 516 Eldredge, E 560 Eldredge, H. C 586 Eldredge, W. A 596 Elledge, G. R 481 Ellet, W. C. . . 140-143-406 Elliott, E. J 500 Elliott, W. F. .346-389-538 Elliott, H 473-623-627 Elliott, R. W 423-512 Elliott. P. P 526 Ellison, C. D 485 Ellis, L 352 Ellis, E. K 480-526 Ellis, H. J 52 Ellsworth, C. S 485 Eleson, E. R 485 Elwood, L 642-681 Ely, C. E 570 Ely, F ... 677 Ely, 1 674 Elzinga, E. R 514-578 Email, V. H 196-586 Emerson, H. W. .526-528- 566-572 Emerson, N 690 Emerson, S. D 508 Emmons, 52-658 Emsweiler, J. E 423 Endres, D 479 Engberg, J 175 Engel, A. M 52-658 Enggas, C. E 526 England, W. D. . . .52-458- 620666 Engle, P. F 480 Eno, R. D 540 Ensing, O. H ' . 139-229-143 Erbaugh, C 478 Erbland, H. O. . . 159-160- 162-570 Erhard, O. S 532 Ericksoii, W. B 88 Erikson, E. 1 538 Erlenbach, I.. P. . .458-471 Ermann, C 679 Ernst, R. J 114 540 Epelding, D. H 576 Estep, L. G 104 Esterheld. J. J. ...451-548 Eubank, C. C 530 Eubank, E 450 Eustrom, H. H 485 Evans, A. B 83 Evans, C 447-646 Evans, E 621 Evans, H. R 524 Evans, J. H. ...52-520-552 Evans, J. T 596 Evans, R. B 387-520 Everback, C 568 Everett, E. S 594 Every, H. R. 115-406-450- 548 Eviston. H 175 Ewart, W 468 von Ewegen, 620 Ewins. E. C 204 Exl.y, E. M 52-680 Fagerburg. D. Failing, J. H. Fair, M Fairburn, J. K Fairbanks, M. Fairchild, C. Fairchild. A Fairman, B. C. Farley, H. L. . Farley, J. M. Farley, T. L. . Farrell, S. J. . Fast, R. B. Faught, M. Faust, L. W. . Faust. M. ... Faust, W. L. . Faust, L. W. . Favorite, L. P. Fead, A Fead, P. ... Feather, R. P. Federman, A. I Feetham. H. . Feinberg, S. M Felski, L Fencch, H. B. 466-512 203-405 621 352 683 .53-412-458- 620-640-680 .... 53-485 ...53-461 . . . 194-598 481 506 ...311-313 578 . . . 623-660 578 458 584 143-140 514 624 ...668- 542 [ 546 681-648 ..139 ...690 ...482 Fenno, L. H 481 Fenton, A 453 Fenton, R. F 590-197 Fenwick, F 639 Fenwick, I,. S 419-485 Fernandez, S 477 Fernando, A. A 477 Ferguson, A. L. . . .425-604 Ferguson, G. W 441 Ferguson, T. C 49O Ferguson, W. T 406 Ferkin. K 632 Ferris. L. K. . 108-115-420- 447 Ferris, L. W 53 Ferry, E 656 Fery ' C. S. . . .454-455-524 Fessenden, C. N 526 Fetter, N. C 562 Feust, M. D 393 Field, B. F. . . .53-417-420- 484-485 Fiero, H. E 198 Fildfw. D 468-526 Finch, L. W 53 Finch, R. L 578 Finger, T 520 Fink, W. L 425 Finkbeiner 450498 Finley, E 664 Finley, J. T. 115-447-480- 520 Finn, J. C 53-504 Finnic, R. G 203 Finzell, T. G 604 Fiordelis, S 456 Fisch, G. H 196 Fischer, G. H 471 Fischer, H. A .-, : Fischer, R. O. . 1 1.V26. " - 135 Fischer, A. B 175 Fisher, H 642 Fisher, H. J ' 53 Fisher, I. M 620 Fisher, J. A 480 Fisher, N. E 53 Fiske, G. W. .481-500-420 Fiske, J. E 454 Fitch, S 656-200 Fitzgerald, R 481-500 Fitzgerald, W. T. .54-522 Fitzpatriek, F. J. 203-568 Fitzpatriek. K 4:i4 Fleekenstein, R. P. 420-530 Fleischaker, W.470-381-534 Fleisehauer, H. H. 514-578 Fleming, W. S 562 Fletcher, C. N 572 Fletcher, F. S 54-520 Fletcher, M. P 54 Fletcher, M 638-670 Flinterman, E. D. 407-498 Flood. S. D 200-492 Florer, F 656 Florer, H 508 Florer, W. H 508 Fohey, C. .36-54-627-631- 664 Foley, N. K 203-580 Foley, P. O. ...54-455-560 Follis. W. J 570 Folsav. E. W 446 Foltz. ' M. W 54 Foltz, M 680 Fong, L. T. . .476-160-162 Foote, M. S. . . .54-638-658 Foote, R. E 175 Foote, V. S 518 Forbes, D. A. .54-228-265- 434-544 Ford, W. B 504 Forrester, G. C 528 Forrester. G. K. . .478-524 Forsyth, R. A. ..407-412 Forsyth, W. E. 438-538-584 Forsythe, E. L. . . 160-162- 464-467-576-672 Forsythe, N. M 506 Fortune, W. P. 232-268-518 Foster, C.E 530 Foster, E. 54-666 Foster, G.W 432 Foster, 1 54-638-658 Foster, J. A 592 Foster, L. 8 485 Foster, L. T 584 Foster, V 627-672-681 Foulks, W. V 115-446 Fowles, H.W 570 Fox, A. R 562 Fox, E. H. ...407-443-544 Fox, F 658 Fox, F. E 55 Fox, F. J 586 France, J. S 604 PERSONAL INDEX Francis. E. A ' . . .540 Gault. R. E 149-152-402- Goodenow R M 116-440 Grover, HE 514 Frank, M 550 Frankfurth, C 55 Frankhauser N H 417 548-566 Gault, R. E 411 Gavey A J 116 Goodhue, R. . 627-652 Goodrich, F. L. D. ...522 Goodsite W T 387-546 Groves, Benjamin .407-514 Grubaugh, L. 461-462-419- 417-485 Fraser, S. A 494 Gav, R. V. . . 137 Goodwillie, J E 422 Grumbine, R. W 59 Fraser W H 115-518 G Goodvear J J 500 Grundy H B 389 Frazer, B 82-622 Gaylord. L 627-658 Gordon E I 422 Grundy. L B . . 538 Frease A M 55-532-596 Gebbart, J 510 Gordon A 684 Grvllf M M 494 Frederick, C. B. ..235-420 Geen, A. H 116-538 Gordan, M E 4057550 Guadagne, J. I 483 Fredericks D 200 Gelhaar E A 163-552 Gordon P 402-483-518-582 Guenin M A 471 Freeborn. G. C. ..256-485 Geneback, L. B. ..36-247- 267-293-299-436-532 Gorman, R. C 586 Gosinski J N 397-446-460 Guernsey, M. .662-422-635 Guilford M 658 Freeland. R. C 514 Geneback, L. B. . .30-247- 267-293-299-436-532 Gottlieb, L 400 Gott chalk H T 570 Gulley, O. S. .447-117-600- 108 Freeman. R. G. . . . 108-115 Freiden. J 550 Freidman, L. W 550 French, A. I. 514 French, H B 526 Geniesse, J. C 425 Gcorg, C 584 George, R. E 570 Gcrken, E. G 144 Gcrkin, G. F 580 Gotschall, H. N. ... 163 Gould, J. J 419 Gould, L. M. ..57-485-562 Goulder, B. S 485 Goulder P 690 Gundcrson, T. A 452 Gurevitch, B. J 480 Gustafson, F C 429 Gustafson, T. R. .522-108- 435-397-250-423-430-1 17 French, R. B 558 French R. W B 55 German, W. M. . . 140-144- 234-424-429-440-502-568 Colliding, H. J 423 Gower B 389-522 Gustin, H. . . .044-457-627- 634-620 Freund, R 679 Gerrie, T. E 485 Gower J F ... .458 Frey J G. 387-442-444- Gessner, C H. 387-400-546 Gower W W 241-387-395- Gutterman, R. F 59 456-467-466-485-512 Gessner H B 546 484-485 Guzman C 458-632 Friday, D 606 Geviazdowski, J 460 Gevirts S E 268 Grobfield, J. P 429 Gracey D 57-636-679 H ' Haberman H 59-405-554 Friedlund J A ...86-532 Gfell, Marcella 664 DeGraeia C 477 Friedland J 582 Ghyseis J P 160-163-570 Groff E 634 Haekbarth E ..621 Friedman H M. 314-546 Gianig A L . 476-683 Graham C W 498 Hackbett, F. ... .588 Friedman, M. D 115 Gibson, P. E 540 Graham I 500 Hacker, C 473 Fritz C . . 680 Gibson D G. 485-576 Graham J 57-6317680 Hackes, EL . . .456 Fritz C 658-55. Gibson, R U. 192-399-504 Graham L . .621-658 Hagarneir, R. L. . .405-558 Froemke, G. W. .230-267- 293-297-352-439-502 Gieger, M 395 Gier, R H. . . . .570 Graham, O. T 500 Hague, R. F 542 Halm, A 284 Fronczak, J. E 460 Frost H 674 Gifford, J. F 56-646 Gilbert, G. L 176 Grainger, W. E. . .116-447 Gram L M 265-423-506- Hahn, E 473 Haight, H. H 560 Frost, H. H 55 Frost, J C. . . .387-407-496 Gilbert, R 568 Gilder. R. H 483 552 Granerlle R ... 528 Halajian, T. D. M 59 Halberg, O 451-598 Frost, L. E. 36-108-420 146 Gilbert, W. V 484-485 Grant H D 117 Halfert. E 621-679 Fruehauf, B. F 196 Gildner, Henry 560 Grant L R 197 Halfhill J R 588 Fry, G. . .618-620-670-683 Fry, T .... 680-55 Gilhams, D. . .621-666-683 Gilhams R 666 Grause, W. H 471-548 Grause D 683 Halfhill. J. W 512 Hall G 528 Fuess, L. W. .454-455-540- 467 Gill, M 36-57-638-080 Gill W 598 Graver, F 514 Graves F L 58-627-038- Hall, Dr. A. J 464 Hall E 36-59-644 Fukui, K 679 Fulkerson. L 690-55 Fuller. E. W. .55-399-620- Gillett, O. H 195 Gillette, E. P 578 Gillette, R 171 679 Graves, M 176 Hall, E. W 580 Hall, Helen . . .514-644-086 Hall H A 405 680 Fuller J B 406 Gillhooley, A. A. . 196-570 Gillinghnm W 57-680 Gray, H 483 Gray K M 536 Hall, J. G. . ..108-117-450- 562-580 Fuller. N T . . 662 Gillis C E . . .454-455 Hall Dr L P 464 Funk L R 56 Gilmore E 205-670 Gray ' R 644 H-ill M 623 Furey, E. T 162 Furlonir, H. A. 578-466-468 Gilmore, G. M. 36-57-247- 268-436-508 Grayson, A. E 48 Green B H 58 Hall. R. E 580 Hall W C 437-596 Furstenberg, A. C. 425-440- 580 Gilner, F. E ' 522 Gindy, R. E 116-447 Green, Mrs. C. B . . ..637 Green CM 488 Halladav, H 646 Halley W P 470 Fustinson, H. W 485 Ginrich, F 623-624 Green, G. F. 203-406-504- Hallis D . . . . .680 Futch, C. E. ..56-481-580- 195-405 Gipner, J. F 144-424 Gitlin C 314-472 578 Green L 680 Halimai. T. R. . .117-446 Hallon H 621-683 Gladhill. H. E 425 Glasgow. M W 57-432 Green, M. W 452 Green S 473 Halper, D. L 137 Halperin " M 472 G Glass, R. L 588 Green, P. B 485 Halsev, C 668 688 Gabler, A 674 Gaertner, Marie 664 Gaige, F M. 429-455 Glatte, H. I, 540 Glazer, S. J 550 Glew H H 485 Greenberg, S 550-387 Greene, A. F 504 Greene C E c8 Ha Wit, C 510 Ham 468 Hamel T J 389-391-548 Gaines, A. H 518 Gaines, L. A. 108-116-242- 389-393-423-434-446-462- 518 Gaines, L. M 430 Gagnlski. C. J 447 Gliem, C. S 538 Glisson, P. M 481 Glover, Prof. C. C. 425-427 453-472 Glover, G. E 502 Glover, J. W 524 Greene, J. L 58 Greenfield, A. W 528 Greenleaf, E. W 596 Greenough, C 644-627 Greenspan, M. ...160-163 Hamer, E 627 Hamill, C. C 36-59 Hamilton, Anna 670 Hamilton, A. C 59 Hammer, B. H 536 Hammer H G 520 Gamble, M 620 Galbraith. W. K 500 Gale.G. M. .204-483-484- 485 Glover, N 650 Gnau, H 393 Goddard. E. C. . . .402-566 Goddard, K 666-690 Greenthal, R 534-424 Greenway, C. L 500 Greenwood, F. M 606 Grecg W. C 570 Hammer, R. A .. 59-520-606 Hammond, ...59-502 Hammond. E 453 Hammond EL 68 Gale, R. E 506 Gallagher, F. T 485 Galleys. E. A 429 Gallogly, W. H. . .256-393- 410 166-500 Goddlyne, J. C. . . 136-137- 387 Godfrey, D 668 Godley, J. F. . 83-397-405- 443-524 Gregory, G. E. 514-443-250 Gregory R. S 196-586 Gregory, T. C. ... 502-397 Gridley, L 644 Gridley, W. D 544 Hammond. P. D 468 Hampton, E. M. .117-438- 450-480 Hancock, J. C 662 Handlev, M 60-650 Galster, H. W 590 Gait, L. L .416-602 Gannon, L. S 524 Garber, Ruth 677 Gardham, K 586 Gardiner, J. H. ...423-604 Gardner, G. W 56-481 Gardner, J. R. .36-56-457- 504 Gardner, M. F 411 Goebel, P.G. 249-266-271- 279-410-544 Goethels, G. W 423 Goetz, A. G. ..85-248-252- 266-271-272-273-560-568 Goetz, M. M 57 Goetz, M. A. 250-397-420- 560 Goetz, M. T 83-443 Goetz, W. E 452-530 Gridley, W. H. . 108-432- 441-117 Griffon, C. E 606-426 Griffin, O. H 58 Griffin, G 650-680 Griffin, M 650 Griffin, R. P 570 Griffin. W. A 600 Gnffis, E. T 406 Griffith, H. O. 58-488-393- Hanft 453 Hanlev, G 60-020-080 Hartley, J. 1 30-00 500 Hanna M. E 576 Hanna, L. C 488 Hans. O. H 512 Hanselrnan. W. F. 387-410- 405-508 Hansen. H. M 176 Hanshoe, W. . 60 Gardner, W 452-485 Garipy, F. H 246 Garicpv, F. A. . . .200-293- 300-4 29-580-5BO Garland, B. A 56 Garlock, Clarence, B. .450 Gannon. L. R. . . .116-447 Gogulski, C 116-460 Goldberg, N 57-638 Goldberg, W. A 57 Goldberg, H. F 550 Golds, H. D 483-554 Golds, G 554 Goldring, M. S 481 36 Griffiths, C. H 452 Grindlcy, R. F. . . 108-462- 117-423-492-411-435 Grisier, D. K 314-540 Giisrnore, G. C. ..582-437 Griswold. E. . 648 Hanson, N. R 514 Harbeck, E 83-117-526 Harbert, W 500 Hard, D 666-681 Harding, J. F 532 Hardy, C. W 584 Hardy J R 450 Garret, E 56-679 Garvey J L 544 Goldsmith, N. L 470 Griswold, M. A. ..58-679- Harkness, C 624 Garvey, P. H 544-588 Gasdner, A. W 470 Gaskins, G. T 56 Gates. D 668 Goldsmith, M. A 590 Goldstein, I. A. . . .400-546 Golinski, S. W 485 Goll M 423 Groesbeck, M 654 Groff, E. A 82-679 Groff, H. E 58-604 Gros s R G 471-477 Harley, A 679 Harmon, V. C. . . .544-588 Harms, K. . . .118-410-405- 604 Gates. O. E. . . .56-524-606 Gault. A. P. 56 Gault. J. S.I 16-385-446-458 Golla, H 544 Good, C. W 423 Goodman, E. A 116 Gross, T A 117 Grosvenor, H. L 314 Grover, E. M. .638-59-079 Harnev, C. H 470-520 Harpst. H 572 Harriman. W. W. .5(1(1-568 Harrington, K. F 87 Harris, B. A. 140-144-440- 580 Harris, E L. Jr 453 Harris, G 454 Harris, G. C 540 Harris, L. A 405 Harris, Mildred 60 Harris, M 683 Harrison, G. N 406 Harrison, W. R. .107-118- 397-435-447-522 Harryman, W 440 Hart, H. P 196-570 Hart.T. A 411-439 Hartloff, M 66-680 Hartmann, F. W 552 Hartt, E. M 173-176 Hartwell, F. C 586 Hartwell, V. H. . . .176-439 Harrie, W. H 439 Harwcck, S 638 Hascall, E. F 602 Haskens, E. D 405 Haskins, C. W 452 Haskins, S 176 Hasley, B. .. .389-020-031- 634-630 Hassberger, .1. B 407 Hatch, C 594 Hatch, H 508 Hatch, M 660 Hatch, Marion 660 Hathaway. D. A 352 Hatten, J. R 522 Hattendorf, W. H 522 Hatton, K 644 Haug EC... 193-469-600 Haugh. A 664 Hausman, B. F 201 Hawkes, S. S 562 Hawkins, M. C. ..351-540 Hawks, Harold 520 Hawky, F. E 200-488 Hawxhurst, E 658 Hayden, C 412-648 Haydon, P 2 Hayes, C 60 Hayes, G 506-650 Hayes, H. E 204 Hayes, 1 473-627 Hayes, M. ...200-627-642 Hayes, V 627-631-077 Hays, E 60 Hays, L 074-688 Hazen, R. M 452 Hcald, A. A 406-560 Healy, K 664 Healv. M. H 468 Bearding, J. H. Jr. . . .118- Heartl, F 387-646 Heartt, M 640-090 Heath, B. L 604 Heath, F. M 389-538 Heath, P 578 Heath, R 552 Heath, R 621-679 HetTran, H. H .85-514-578 Heyl, A. E 406 Heidbreder. H. W 522 Heideman, G 204-524 Heil.C 200-510 Heiman.C. E 450 Heiman, J. D 140-144 Helander, F 479 Helfrick, J. W. 140-144-584 Heller, C 637-681 Heller, H. H 118 Hellman, 60 Helmers, H. T 118 Hemenway, E. L 606 Hemingway, F 658 Henderson, M 60-680 Henderson, T 479 Henderson, W. P. 268-442- 532 Hendriekson, G 656 Hendriekson, M 656 Henkel, 1 207-590 Henry, E. B-. 490 Henrv, J 36-510 Henry, W. G 135 Herbst, B 622 Herman, A 60 Herman, C. E 118 Herman. H. ..61-314-406- 411-472 Hcrrick, F 620 Herrick. W 395 Hcrpnan, L. G 578 Hermonn, J. D 514 Herrmann, D 36-648 Herron. W. W. 36-61-548 Herschman, H. K. 118-550 PERSONAL INDEX Hcrsehborfer, L. J. ...389 Hoover. J 512-516-62 I Johnston, C. N. . . 120-423- Kennedy, E 648 Hert, C B 57S Hoover M 639 Ide D 64-680 435-448-462 Herzberg, M. 176 Hoover, W F ... 578 Ide, Dr S 474 Johnston. C. T. . 423-438- Kennedy J 604 Hess, C. N 405-508 Hess, J L. . 61-528 Hopkin. C 635 Hopkins N . 62 Iden, T. M 432-562 Igcl ..64-031 528 Johnston. E. V. . 578 Kennedy, J. A 510-594 Kennedy G D 121 Hess. M. A. . .572 Hopkins, R 648 Ikeda, G. . 474 Johnston, F. D 466 Kennedy J W 108-121- Hettinger, F B. 61-518-582 Hettrick, W . . .498 Hopkins, W. M 152 Hoplev, H 176 Hand, R. H. . .193-530-405 Immel, R K ... .416-631 Johnston, W 36-568 Johnstone, Mildred . . 688 423-425-449 Hewitt. L B 48 Hever M 620 Horn. R. D 562-406 Homer S 62 Ingham, W. 36-64-436-490 Ingleright V 624 Job-atone, W. H. . .65-490 Kent, A 67 Heyl, A 61 Homer, S. L. . . . .606 Inglis, J. M. . . .68-453-572 Jones, D 618-656 Kent, A 680 Heym H C 452 Hornichi K 474-119-447 Ingram R 679 Jones, D. E 194-656 Kent A T . 458 Heysett C 61-679 Horwech, P 472 Ireland, P 440-512 Jones, E. T 405-580 Kent, R A 602 Hibbard J 265 Hosbein Sylvia 664-459 Ireman R 64-620 Jones. H. A. . . .65-204-606 Kenyon H A 530 Hibbard] W 683 Hickcy, F. G 83 Hickler W II . 604 Hosking, H. L 119 Hostrup, J. W 528 Hotchkiss W T. 140-144- Ireman, R 64-620 Irey, P. R 485 Irvin C 498 Jones, P. F 566 Jones, H. B 574 Jones, K. B. . . 195-406-584 Kenyon, H. L 68 Kenyon, M 644 Kerbcr H 454 Hickmott C 61 578-526-440 Irvine S 119-530 Jones, R. E. 120-450 Kerbey E 108-121-423 Hicks C V 152-496 Hough A . .457-620 Joost. A 66-680 455 Hicks E R 471 Hough E 662 Irving S 452-586 Jordan. F G 66-632 Kirlikowski C 195-558- Hicks, ' L. B 452 Hirks G 646 Howard, W H 538 Isaminger, M. P. .584-485 Isbister G H 485 Jordan, N 683 Jordan C E 120 584 Kern I. . . 67 Hicks G H S 455 House J 395-393 Isenbargcr O . . 119-450 Kern L 389 Hicks H 160-163-586 House! L 632 Jose E L 477 Kerney A 485 Hicks. M 512 Higbie H H 443-600 Houvener, H. L 586 Hover C S 506 Isbam. W. F 510 Ittner P 64-646 Joseph, J. H 536 Joslyn L E 149-153- Kerolla! A. J 121-446 Kerr E A 171 Higgms G F 314 Hover F B 196-586 lutzi G 631 437-566 Kerr D G 482 Higgins G J 406 Howard C E 554 Ives C F 204 Joyce D P 36-66-233 Kerr M 674 Hildner Mrs E 644 Howard E 656 Ives E T 410-488 :!sd-.-,on Kerr J P. .420-481-485 Hildner J A 475-B35 Howard, H 674 Ives, M 627-628-( 48 Joyner, Nelson, 232-311- Kerr, R. M 558 Hill B E 171 Howard L K 447 Ives N 393 323-267-442-522 Kerr R B . .485 Hill, E C 118-447-558 Hewlett HE 389 Judd. S W 566 Kerr ' R. 67-242-389-410- Hill, J. G 502 Howe D 623-624 Judson. N. . .634-638-383 461-479-500-512 Hill Wirren 61 Howe H 623 J Juers 66-518 Kerr V 468 Hillander F 201 Jacka S C 119-450-528 Julsrud A C 177 Kersey R S 83-391 Hillery V F 192-389-391- Howe P 87 lacknmn H W 406 Kervin F 467 410-548 Howe Will 63-538 Jackson W F . 406 K Kervin F 650 Hillery V H 405 Howel ' l F 492-654 Jacobs A C 36-64-227- Kaat7, A. F 554 Kervin F. B 7 Hills C R 584 Howeil ' R 683 490-412-435-498 Kabacinski 66-460 Hills I . 544 Howelf Dr R B . 464 Jacobs, E. 64-638-674-680 Kadow, Mabel 679 Kessell M. C 648 Hills J H 544 Howie ' H H 450 Jacobs, Fred 378-64 Kaffman, A. . 550 Kessell, M. C 686 Hilmer J . . 442 Hewlett H E 596 Jacobs F E 406 Kahl, D E . . . . 82 Kessell M K 468 Himelstein, S 314 Hinckley H G 163-160- Howson. ' s. B 471 Hoyt D 644-62 Jacobs, I eone 670 Jacobs MI. ... 534 Kahn, C. A 568 Kahn, I J ... 64 Ketcham, L 674 Kettlehtit, P 542 447-576 Hoyt ' E 620 Kalinback, F .546 Keyser H 652-683 Hinchman, F. A 492 Hindes.J. W 61-416 Hindman AI 652-399-635 Hoyt ' , G 440-652 Hoyt, H. W 506 Hsiao T 476-95 Jacobson, E 546 Jacobsen, R. C 562 Jacoby A L 578 Kalmbach. I.. J 458 Hammerer. C. W.. .66-485 Kamp H V 66 Keyser, J. S 516 Khuen, R 412 Kuuen R 467-498 Hindshaw, G 118 Hinkson 652-661-393- Hu, C. L 450-63 Hu I Y 476 Jaffe, S. J 65-458 Jagodzinski F 460 KamratK H. J. . . . 120-447 Kann M W 411 Kichen, K. B 121 Kidenev J M . . . . 137-598 36-614-629-633 Hubach C C 506-395- Kaplan W H. 546 Kief P N 576 Hinshaw, A 618-356 Hinshaw, T 496-62 Hipp, C. D. 602 387-84 Hubbard, C 63 Hubbard , G . . 205-468-570 Jameson, M. E 677 Janroviak, A 460 Jaras. B. C 447 Happier. H. C 542 Karl, A. J 568 Karpus, A 263-267-293- 297-333-33 4-4 34 Kielnig, O. E 410 Kilbourne, M 666 Kilbury, W. G 584 Kile R F - -552 Hirth, H. E 506 Hitchcock. E 680-62 Huber, E. E. . 140-144-588 Huber G C .56H-440 Javierto, M. K 477 Kasanin, A 66 Killaha, M 660 Kilnatrick, E. K 153 Hitchcock, H. W. 594-457- 405-82-530-442-439-389 Huber, L 618-650-620 Hubert A 560 Jeffers, N. M 652 Jeffery D ... .627-650 Kasanin, R 632 Kasper, 7 66 KilpatrU; H. S. . 393-530 Kimball F. N 578 Hixon C D 576 Hudson Heber 582 Jeffries E J 532-596 Katsurzumi Mrs N F 474 Kimura R A 474 Hoad H 627-644 Hudson J D 447 Jenison J .... 656-686 Kincaid E E 592 Hoad W. C 600-558 Hudson A 508 Jcnks I 683 Kaufman O. A 153 Kincaid E. E Hoadley L. 524-62 Huff S H 648 Jenks O I. 119-450-522 ' Hoag M D 440 Huffman V C 63 Kaufman D W 422 Kindel T G 514 Hoagiand, K 205 Hobbs, P. M 512 Hoekett J F 536 Hugan.J. H 68 Hulbert, E. A 552 Hulbert H H 455-104-63 Jenners, E 679 Jensen, Edith 686 Jeserich P H 544 Kautman, K. E 471 Kay, E. D 6 -492 Kearney, D. P. 83-346-496 Kindel. ' C. M. 397-405-514 King. A. F. . 462-482-548 King C H- ..121-447-530 Hockstein, B. . 472 Hulse H 63 Jesup OP 1 19-485 Keaver, W. S 67 ! " ' H W 423-438 Hodges J H 604 Hume J Q 192-389-520 Jiras B P 119 Keeler, P 47 1 King J H ..470-481-596 Hodgson, J V. . 536 Humes G M 176 Johnson AS 504 Keeler, R F 422 King PS 469 Hoett ' in A S 470 Humphrey K 666-648-652- Johnson E N 496 King Ruth 679 Hock B 622 618 John H C 473 409-411-514 King W F 482 Hoey H 479-200 Hummer C A 502 Johns I E 192-226-268- Keidanz, T H 108-441 Hoff Dr N S 464-570-528 Humphrey P 63 271-282-510 Keim, E. G 562 Kingerv I.. B. 424-440-566 Hoffer C E 506-82 Humphrey P (566-638-526 Johns V P 470 Keim H. L 424 Kingston! D .36-68-646 Hoffman, C. . .267-311-320 Hoffman F 467 Hungcrford, B. W 82 Hunt E R 535-506-152- Johnson. A. M 458 Johnson C W 265 Kciper. G 510 Kellar D 478 Kingsley, D 506 Kinne ED 494 HofTmaster F 646 387 Johnson C E 201-266-31 1- Keller J 120 Kinne Mrs E 644 Hogc, W. B 538 Hogue. D. R 62-552 Holbrook, B 1) 490 Hunt, H. C. . .554-620-621 Hunt, M 63 Hunt W F 542 313 Johnson, E. R. . .120-108- 423-42 1-482 Kellar, W. H 536 Keller, P. H. 120-446-485 Keller. S 472 Kinsel.O. J 588 Kipkc, A 200-352-510 Kirchgessner . 266-293-298 Holbrook, E 490 Holcomb. L. D. . .602-152 Holden, Jack 514-405 Hunter, D. W. 1 19-450-108- 410-532-438 Hunter E A. 492 Johnson, E. W 65 Johnson, F. D 395 Johnson. G. W 485 Kelley, O. A 480-J85 Kelley, P. H 420-480 Kellogg, R. B 485 Kirchner, A ; 424-429 Kirwonen, E. J 160 Kirk D 58O Holdsworth M J 584 Hunter M 584 Johnson H A 108-120-425 Kellogg, J W 420 Kirk B 508 Holihan, C. D 447 Holland. O. K. , . .570-530 Hollands. E ..639-62-662- 620 Holler C P 548 Huntington, E. J 504 Hus, H. T. A 411 Hussey, A 640-154 Husted, P. W 450-540 Johnson, H. H. . .430-6-4 Johnson. J. E 405-471 Johnson, J. J 439-481 Johnson, K 638-644 Kelly, D 631 Kelly, H. V 468 Kelly, J W. 255-389-395- 420-592 Kelly L 646 Kirk, ' A. D 68 Kirkby, W. A 582 Kirkpatrick, Madalyn .36- 621-642-652-650 Kirkpatrick Martha 200 Holler P H 447 Hutchins E 666 Johnson L 397-502- 80 Kelly R P 540 Hollis, D 666-62-622 Hollis, L 666 Hutchins. J. H 570 Hutchins II B 475 Johnson, M. L. 5-177-423 Kelly, Win 490 Kelsev A 340-458 Kitson. C. R 82 Klatt L L 460 Holhster, R. D 416 Hollv, L. E. . . 144-578-520 Hutchinson, E V 194 Johnson. O. . . .65-627-633- 636-640-679 Kelsey, A. P 67 Kelsey, F. W. 408-524 Klaver, M 389-516 Klee, M 550 Holm, D. A 397 Holmes, M 405-118 Hutchison, P. . .36-63-389 Hutlan C J 64-56 Johnson, O. S 153 Johnson R M 418 Kemp, H. M 621 Kemp Isabel 412-620-627- Klein, E 472 Kleinhekse! J I. 203-580 Holmes, R. H 574 Holmquist, A 395-634 Hutson. J. D 119-447 Hutton, John . 108-590 Johnson, A 65-681 636-666 Kleekamp, H. G 587 Holt, E. B. . 82 Hutchins, J 468 Johnson, H. B. . . 562 Kemp, W. L. ... 40 -578 KlinesteVer, R. E. . 584 Holt, E 650 Holt, J. M 578 Hvde, A. D 558 Hvde, G W 192-558 Johnson, W. M. 36-89-424- 568 Kempton, R. M 422 Kendall, D. S. ... 120 Klingman, T 572 Klingman. W. O 406-580 Hookey, J. A 574 Hooper. J. C. .562-204-420 Hooper, R 681 Hyde. 1 621-683 Johnson, W. O. R. . 153-437- 528 Johnston, C. H. . . 107-227 Kendall, C L 562 Kenigson, A 67-472 Kennedy, D. M 488 Klippel, R 540 Kneale, Earl C.407-468-596 Kneebone, A 68 PERSONAL INDEX Kneisley E 171 Ludwig J E . . 429 Marshall, G. T 492 Knepple, F. G. ... 163-576 Knisely, M 68-677 La.Marre, C. J 122 Lamb D C 604 Libby ' , C A. . . .149-154 Libonati R . . .242-456 I.ukens, J. A 580 I.tikins, L. S. 108-123-268- Marshall, J. H 184 Marshall, R. B. . ..108-435 Knode K 267-293-296 447-516 Marshall, H. B. 75-540-660 Knode, R. K. . . 352 Lichty D B 425 Lumby, D. 1 452 Marshall, M 440-368 Knode, R. T 520 Knuff E 153-592 Lambert, M. F 171 Liddicoat, R. T 485 Lieblein E B 71-660-680 Lumby, H. L 207 Lumbv I . .468 Marshall, R. B. .124-253- 423-492 Knure, A. V 177 Kober, P. . . 574 Lambrecht! R ' . w! 389 Lampe E C 470 Liezanaria, J 576 Lightbody J M . 524 Lumby, L. H 468-574 Lumby. S. D 406 Marshall, R. J 125 Marson, J. E. . 125-450-540 Koblishke M A 121 Lillie C ' 668 Lumden H M 72-429- Marston J . . 485 Kobuyashi. M 474 Koch, H. R. . . .36-68-633 Landis, D B. " ' . . . .439-594 Landis, J. M 122-562 Lillis. ' M 468 Lindbloom, A. E.. .420-596 454-455-552 Lund, C. A 163-576 Lundahl H W 542-576 Marston, W. C.420-481-498 Martin, A. J 446 Martin, E 478-518 Koch, M. 192-614-618-662 Koehn, G. M. . 602 633-635-662 Lindbla ' d, A. F 441 Lindemulder 71-620- Lundberg, J 681 Lundin, E. H 194 Martin, J 154-602-627 Martin, F 642 Koenig, O. G 552 Lang J V 70-650 638-662 Lundgren, C 293 Martin, H 602 Koenig, O. A. . 454 Lang M 478 Luninick, J 440 Martin, H. C 592-508 Koetsier, A. J. ... 447 Langcran T 267-293-298 Lindcr J 472 Lurie, A 690 Martin, H. L 75-606 Kohn, B. G. . 68 Larkin F L 516 I inderman W F ... .520 Lusk H. F 72-602 Martin, I. L 203 Luskin M C 314 Martin J B . .420 Koklauner, P. L 137 Kolasa, P 460 Larkin! K 634-648 Larkins D 70 Lindsay, H. P. .71-248-406 Ling C 644 Luth, C. H 485 Luther E H 502 Martin, R. 387-522 Martin, V. H 481 Kolb, B 534 Lamed C K 496 Lutes F 453-666 Martindale, J. C 522 Kolb, H 36-68-648 Larsen ' J W .590 I ' ipelcr ' J - -479 Lutz, I 621 Martinek, E. M. . . 148-154 Kolb, M 648 Kolb, Marion 679 Kolb, M. . . . 200 Larson ' , J. E 267-311- 322-518 LaRouche F W 485 Lippinc ' ott, H. H. 122-108- 447 Luti, C 574 Lynam, C. F 502 Lynch F J 193-604 Marvin, A. S 538 Marvin, D. M 516 Marvin, H. L 76-461 Kolb, N. C. . . . 488 LaRue C 429 inscoinb ' G W 123-450- Lynch, R 195 Mason, C 411 Konwinski, K 663 LaRue ' G R 429 480-526 Lynch RE ... 195-588 Mason, M 178 Lipscher J R 352-546 Lynn F . . 580 Mason, P 76-406 Korten, G. E. 121-406-423- Larwell, R. . ' 149 Lipschitz, C 472 Lynn! G. R. . .407-470-520 Lyons C J 464-568 Mason, W 447 Masselink R J 586 Koshetz, E. 622 LaSha ' S S 485 Lyon ' EH 526 Mast, E F 485-576 Kraft, W. G. . . 454 Lasher G S 548 Liu C Y ... 476 Lyon E V 72-642 Mast, H 205-576 Kratz, B. R QQQ Later C 226-311-324 Liu ' F C 154-475-476 Lyons, D. C. . 160-163-570 Master, H 76-627-628 Kratz, F. S 60 Kratz, W. C. .397-469-532 Lattner, F 498 Lander F H 500 Liu! G. T 476 Li u 8 C 476 Lyons, M. H 177 Lyons, J. K 570 635-638-646 Masters, R. W 485 Kraus, Dr. E. H. 427-453 .502 Kraus, M. ...618-622-666 Krause, A. K 447-522 Krause, P. L. . 68-532 Laughlin, M 684 Laurie W ...412-482-516 Lauver, H. ..248-407-411- 443-512 Livingstone, P. L 206 Lloyd, A. H 558-560 Llewellyn, F. E 526 Lloyd, L. A 592 I loyd P C 399-568 Lyons, T. F 72 I yens, W. P. ...314-397- 406-468 M Matchett, W. C. 405-447- 125-562 Mather, E. J 333-352 Mathews, C 473 Mathews, J. H 578 Krause, R. H 397-522 Kremheder, W. Q 353 Kreis, C 248-268 Law, G. 177 Lawrence, T. H 70 Lawrence W F 452 Lloyd] W. S 520 Lobdell, B. N 123-522 I ocke S 454 Maag.H.E 149-596 Machell. E 447 Mack, C M 498 Mathews, R. W 437 Mathews, W. E 518 Mathieu, E 456 Kresge, S. S 500 Lawson S N. . . 108-122- Locke ' A B 485 Mack, H. C 123-510 Matsuda, G. T 474 Krieger, H. O. 542 452-532 Lockhart E ... 508 Mack, J P 495 Matsumoto, M 474- Kritz, B. R 201 Kroupa, A. L 453 Krueger, E. A. . . 108-134- 235-407-410- 411-435-483-530 Krueger, F 453 Kruger, W. C 406 Kruger, W 411-546 Kruszka, J. F 460 Krzyminski, A. M 460 Lawson, M. J 620-650 Law-ton, M. L. ...70-627- 668-680 Lawton, T. D 482-558 Lawton, T. P 485 Lawton, S. ...621-642-684 Leader, H. S 122 Learnout, V. P 586 Leasure, H. J. 596 LeBlanc T J 422 Lockton A. W.149-154-582 Lockwood, A. L. .475-524- 558 Lockwood, C. E. . . 197-496 Lockwood, E. W 566 Lockwood, G. L 570 Lockwood, J 71 Lockwood, S. P 524 Lockwood, 531 I oeb R 534 Mack, L. E. ..387-400-552 Mackall, V. F 516 MacCallum, H. B 568 Maolntyre 399 Mackey, L.T 73 Mackinnon, D. T 482 Mackoy, M. D 464 MacLeod, A 123 Madden, E. H 406-586 632-679 Mattern.L. H. .154-149- 402-444-466-500-566 Matteson, C. B. ...68-572 Matthews, C. F. . . 155-538 Matthews, H. C.76-485-489 Matthews, L. R 314 Matthews, R. F 426- 470-602 Matteson, W 572 Kryzminski, B. V 460 Lee F H 558-606 Madison ' B B .... 570 Maugh F H 125-450 Kuchenmeister, W. E. 584 Kuchner, W 4gg Lee, Helen 688 Lee L L 476 Logan, B. H. 71-232-36- 65 333-387-430-434-512 Madison, C 74 Madison M A 74 Maugh, L. C 125-450 Maulbetsch 454 Kuchner, W. E 596 Kuchner, WE 69 Lee!R 70-476 Leehouts W R 510 Lohr, A. W 480-520 Madison! O. E 429 Madlem I 75-542 Mauley, W. F 580 Mauriel J 456 Kuechenmeister, W. E. 140 LeFevre W. N 197 I eG alley 338 Lok, T. K 476 Maeder E. C 554 Mairff H E 154 Maxwell ' , A. V 76 Maurer C B 76 Kugel. F. C 592 Lehmann, L. C. ..268-455 Long P ' 457-496-568 Magnusen T ....621 Maxwell, E 680 Kuhn, Ella ... 69 Maher M 656 Maxwell E. N 76-622 Kuhii, C 534 Kuhn, I,. W 86-602 Leighly, J 461 Leland, E. A 452 123-410-494 Longobard, A 621 Mains, ' V 75-679 Maire F . . .75-412-626- May A 237-443-488 Mayer, C. F 76 Kuieck, H. 683 Lemert, M 832 Lent A J 122-471 Longstaff, G. E. . .488-596 627-638 Maitland D 644-688 Maynard, T. .267-311-324 Kunstadter, S 39 Lent ' A J 122-471 I oo K C 123-476 Maitland G R 570 Meadows ' D 544-582 Kunze, E. O ' 526 Kuivinen, E. J. 163-586 Leonard, A 70-644 Leonard, C 662 Look, V. . ' 72-664 I oomis 627-628-634-662 Makielski, L. A.. ..460-598 Malbin 8 473 Mcadcr, C. T 504 Meader, T 76 Kuohn, S. ... 550 Leonard E. ...70-639-644 I opez V R 123 Malcolm G F 204 Meads J B 88 Kurtti .Helen 69 Kullman, W. M. 481 Kurth. H . ' ;631 Kusckinsk, J. W. 121-438- 450-558 Leonard, R. C. . ..461-494 Leonard. A. H 70 196 Lepard. L. K 82 Leslie, E. H 429-604 Lessig, D. H 122-450 Lorah, ' N. F 72 Loranger, S. D. 196 185-576 Loreh, E 423-598 Loring, B 149-154-437- 530-582 Malcomson. A. Y 504 Malin, H. V 196 Malleaux, F 393 Malstone, T. 483 Meddanger, R. C 468 Meese.W. R. ..108-125- 268-435-516 Mebara, G. H 474 Meilander, L. F 40.5 Kusterer, M. G 69-485 Leta G 456 Lorree S L . 568 Manby W 124-452 Neiss F H 389-534 Kwock, N. H 69 Kwock, P. C. ... 476 Kwong, M. T 476 Kynast, B 670 Letson, R 623 Letts, H 454 LeVene, H. A 391-467 Levin, E 683 Losch, F 514 Losch, R. C. . .72-237-267- 311-319-434-462-514 I oss N 690 Mauley ' W. F 75-203 Mann, M 620-622 Manting, J 584 Mantle L J 452-481 Mclle ' n, 1 538 Melloche, C. C 425 Mclloche.H. A 552 Meloche, C. C 604 Kyser, John 69 Kyon, J. S 255 Levine, I. E 153-546 Levine, N 472 Lott, C. E 154 Lott, G. M. . .420-478-485 Loud G 407-457-490 Manwaring, R. I. .560-596 Marande, W. F 124 Metzgcr, L 472 Mendcnhall, W 510 Menefee F M 518 L Labadie, G. H. 268 Levitle, R. V 570 Levy, C. M 70 Loudy, M 550 Lounsburv H E 72-602 Marcy, J. H 459-485 Mengel, E. A 466-648 Menke W J 506 Lacy, M. L. . 17-49-131- Lewendorf, S. L 546 Love R 677 Marentay N 407-457- Meranda J R 518 69-387-560-652 Lewis, A. R 481 Lovejoy E P 248-443-455 574-506 Meretskv F 621 Lacy.N. E 560-580 Lackstein, B 472 Laddon. M 69 Lefer, G. F 504 LaFevre, W. M. . . . 590 Lewis, D. A. ..122-423- 446-538 Lewis, G 423 Lewis, H. A 447 Lewis, R 149-437 Loveland, B. B 562 Lovell, A. H 423-442 Lovcwell, C 623-624 Lovewell, N 630-680 Lowe, S. T 558-604 Marimis, C. .1. . . 140-145- 578-440-424 Marin, A 224-447 Marion, T 352 Mark, E L 75 Mergard " . W. J. ... 125-446 Merkel, C 572-681 Merkle.C. C 578 Merner, W. H 520 Merrick, H 544 Laib, R 470-481 Laidlaw, B. E 314 Laidlaw, E. R 562 Lain, D 485 Lain, J ....498 Laird, W. M 602 Lake, L. M 171 Lewis, R. M 582 Lewis, R. McK 153 Lewright, R 481 Lewy, L 407-534 Lexen, M 451 Leyda, H. 1 526 Li E. K . 71-476 Lowe, W. F 485 Lown, H. F. 8 576 Lowrey, H. H 461 Lowrie, T 475 Lu, M. S 461-476 Lu, S. H 476 Marks. J. S 534 Marks, M. H 550 Mauiuard, S. S 124 Marquedant, W. D. . . .75 Marron, W. D 75 Marrow, D 664 Marsh L 656 Merril, C. J 496 Merrill, E. F 580 Merrill, G. N 482 Merrill, H. L 173-178 Merrill, L. N 471-588 Merry, R. E 87 Mersereau R M 548 Lake, O. W 485 Lally. T. B 520 Li, S. H 476 Li, T. L 71-476-632 Ludlum, L. C 195-429 Ludwick, J. E 578 Marsh, M. M.. .75-638-646 Marshall, C. H. . . .504-568 Mcrz, F. G 160-164 Mesner, B. K 510 PERSONAL INDEX Mesncr, E. J 450 Messinger, W. H. ..76-416 Messinger, W. H 420 Mettel, H. B. . 145-518-578 Metz, G. H 469-540 Meyer, C. F 422-522 Mever, E. C 473-532 Moore, N. A 467-540 Moore, O. . . . 178 MeCann, C. J 160- McNeil, E. . 681 Novak. F. J 79-455 Now, F. G 424-504- 528-568 N ' owlen E P 405 164-576 McCarty, W. J 576 McCarty, C. E 548 McNulty, P. D 502 McPhail, F. L. .74-410-532 McPhee A V 74-485 Moore, P. M. ..85-440- 506-568 Moore, R. S 485-524 Moore, W. ...314-405-496 Moran, F ... 195 McCarty, C. H 145- 253-584 McClelland, R 652 McPherson, J 76-627 McPike, F. H 389- 405-514 McQuinn. A. L. B. . . .422 McRae, C 590 McRoog, A 631 McWood, A. B 352 Nugent, R. A 604 Nutten, A 620-650 Nutten. C. V 592 Nutten, W. L 514 Xutter, P. A 500 Nutting, H 498 Nyi. W . . . 476 Meyerfield, W. M 447 Mibai, S 474-632 Michaels, E 395-534 Michael, K. ...77-638-686 Michaels, W 242-395- 407-510 Mitchell. T.J 423 Michelmann, O. C. 405-463 Middleditch, L. B. 108- 125-168-558 Middlcswart, H 631- 658-679 Middleton, G. A 562 Miggett, W. L 528 Mikach, H. F 584 Millard, L. W 548 Mildner, E 598 Miles E . 416 Moreland, G. E 588 Moreland, J. A 600 Morey, J. W 470 McClendahen, W 552 McClintock, James S. 154- 250-385-402-430-504-566 McCloy, W. R 314 Morgan, C. L 558 Moriya, Y. . . .474-631-632 Morrill, G. M 164-568 Morris, F 683 Morris J C 550 McClure, H 514 McClure, J. C 584 McCobb, E. C. . . .482-504 McColl D F 530 MacDonald, A. D. ...411- 482-548 MacDonald. Dr. R. A.. 464 MacDougall, H. . . .72-680 MacGlinch, R 177 Nyland, E. . ... 644 Nyman. C. R 422-423 O Oakes. E 627-636 Oberholtzer. F. W. . . 466- 79-387-389-627 O ' Brein J K 526 Morris, P E . 562 McColl, K C. 526 Morrisey, K. R. 77-638-680 Morse, F. J. ...84-451-598 Morse, J 200-514 Morse, M. I, 422 Morse, R. L 126-536 Mortenson, A. G. . 126 Morton, G 660 Morton, H. T. . . 538-562 Moslly, M 656 Mothersill, D. J 526 Motley, F. E 405 Mouch, E 510 Moule, M. M. 389 420-4 ' 5 Moule, W 536 Moulthrop, G 498 Moulton, D. S 446 Mowodworski, L. A.. . .460 Moye M 458 McColl, C. M 578 McConnel.G 618 McConkev, G. D 598 McConnal, G 683 McCordie, A. W. . . 83-443 McCormick, S. J 494 McCormick, C. C. 405-528 McCormick, B. F 73 McCormick, J. J 485 McCottcr, R. E 584 McCowan. H. A 86 McCown, H. E 592 McCreedy, M 177 McCully, E 73-631 McCurdv, J 82-627 652-679 McDiamond. A. G 562 McDonald, A. .86-123-642 McDonald, C. . . .485-614- 630-634-662-683 McDonald, D. F 600 McDonald, C. R 73 McDonald, H. C 73 McDonald, J. W 485 McDuffie, C. E 526 McElhannon, R. J. . . .422 McEllven, D. E 504 McEllven.C. W 504 McElroy, E 650 McFadden, R. F.. .452-496 McFarlan, H. J 548 McGillicudv, O. B. . . .524 McGil!, W. ' J 422-425- 427-429-453-604 McGowan, M. E. 108-124- 435-532 McGrain, Gertrude. . . .664 McGraff.H 510 McGraw, J. A 522 McGregor H 532 MacGregor, M 683 MacGregor, M. L. 73-623 MacGregor, R 471 Maclntyre, M. ...618-652 MacKay, M. D 586 MacKensie, R.C 508 MacKensie. K ...206-453 MacLaughlin. W. A. . .530 MacNeil.C. K 526 MacTaggert, D 490 O ' Connor, D. G.. . .80-664- 620-627 O ' Connor. W. . .80-631-632 O ' Donnell. W. S .168 Oehlhoffr. C. J. ..588-145 Ogden W D 432 Miles, H. E 471-488 Millard, L. W 389 Milieu, D. C 494 Miller A 546 Ogdon. W. G 540 O ' Hara. E. M. . . . .485 N Naikian, D. M 485 Nagler V M 450 O ' Hara, F 664 O ' Hara M P 196 Miller, B 485 Miller C A 552 O ' Hara W C 576 Napier, C 412-634-656 Nash, E 387 Naser, A . . 598 Ohlmacher, A. P. .558-588 Ohlinger C 632 Miller, C. R 485 Miller, D 660 Miller, H. W. ...125-450 Ohlmacher, G 80-642- 627 Ohtomo. N 474-453 Oissen. E 618-627-642 O ' Kane B 8O-664 Nash, L S Miller, G. E. 172-333-338- 584-620 Miller. H 583 Miller, H. E 77 Miller, H. L. . . .200-580- 658-666 Miller, J. D 77-406 Miller, J. H 530 Miller, J. M. . 125-423-149- 423-604-683 Miller. K. J 400-552 Miller, L. A. . . .200-468- 640-683 Miller. M. C 538 Miller, N. F 429-125 Miller, P 644 Miller, R. F 77-598 Miller, Tom 407-536 Miller, W. D 454 Miller, W. G 251-510 Millis, J D 468-500 Mraz, E. .233-267-293-297 Mueller, S 681 Muhmc, N. B 145 Muir, N. N 78-544 Muira, M 474-453 Muldoon, W 85-440 Mulford, J 479 Mulheron, J 498 Mulholland, M 496 Mullen, C. W 677 Mullett, E 78 Munger, J. W 446 Munro, L 670-620 Muni, L. .78-236-267-341 Murane, E 544 Murback, C 618-683 Murchison, C. H. 36-78- 34-436-492 Murkett, C. . . .620-627-650 Murphy, A 660 Navlor, E 672 Naylor, F. C 536-586 Naylor, G. D 536-590 Naylor, J. G 87 Okkelberp. P. .422-429-524 O ' Keefe, W. C. ..402-471- 512-566 Olds, J 592 Olds. R. M 510 O ' Leary H 644 Neale, R. L 516 Neher, N 78-670 Neich, LeRoy 352 Neil E 628-629- 631-634-679 Nell ' s G D . 552 Olin, L. B 80-688-614 Oliphant, M. E 502 Oliver M K . . 80 Nelson, E 454 Nelson, E. E.. ....429-580 Nelson, J. R. ... ..430-475 Nelson, N. . . 457-638-660 Nelson, N. C 79-485 Nelson, N. M 78 Nelson, V 266-271-279 Nertny, P. S . .411-526 Neubeck, N 658 Neubeck, N. B 79 Neuman G . . 662 Olland, 1 178 Olney, E. F 202-598 Olsen, O. C 471-479 Olmstead, C. T 423 Oltman J W 447 O ' Mara G J 562 O ' Mara J D 441 O ' Reilly F 664 O ' Reilly. M. H ... 80-664 Orbeck " M J 423 Mills, C. L. . . .407-405-524 Mills, F. B 554 Mills L 618-646 Murphy, F. A. ...560-584 Murphy, F. R 469 Murphy, G 506 Murnhy, H. E 78 Murphy, J. E 87-576 Murphey, T 598 Murray, W. T 482 Mushkin, A 627 Mustard, L. E 516 Mustard, R 203 Mutehler, J. H 524 Mutehler, M 78 Mutehler, J. H. . . 78-524 Mutehler, M 680 Newberg L H 440- McGregor, W. R. .526-580 McGuiness, J 73-536- 614-627-628-633-650-679 McGurk, M 467-631- 664-683 Mclnncy. W. R 576 Mclntosh, H 642 Mclntosh, M 684 Mclntosh. S.C 510 Mclntyre. D. A. .407-560 McKay. T. M 352 McKean, R. E. .36-74-243- 265-27 1-4 1 1-434-439-488 McKechnie, C. B 538 McKelvey. W. G 454 McKelvev. E. W 580 McKenney, T. B 520 McKim, I,. H. .140-145- 429-584 McKie.W. G 444 McKinley A C 600 424-429 Newberry, W. L 467 Newcombe. R. J 562 Newell, J. F. .230-485-536 Newell, J ....266-293-296 Newell, P. R 481 Newfield, L. 1 145 Newman C H 68 Ornduff E 662 Mills, R. . 82-20- ' J58-628 Mills. W. H 506 Milne, A. H 485 Miner, M. F 440-584 Minor, E 77-656 Mirrielees, D. K. 126-251- 411-435-491 Mhsimore, C. R 155 Mitchell, A. L. ..77-627- 640-632 Mitchell, E. D. 265-346-530 Mitchell F K 481 Orr G C . . 540 Ortenberger, A. 1 429 Osawa F ' . 632 Osawa ' Y 635 Osborri C . 580 Osgood. R. K. 532-570 Osins, E. A 140-406- 145-588-405-440 Osius, T 544 Ottoway, W. W. ..504-389 Otto M 172 Newton, D 405 Newton, M. A. ...82-468- 642-442-233-518 Newton, O. N 150 Newton, P 79-680 Ni, T. G 476 Nichols. A. 485-459 Nichols H L 466 Otis B 560 Mitchell, H. ..399-662-681 Mitchell, H. C 454 Mitchell, H. F 471 Mitchell, J 524 Mitchell, M 672 Mitchell, R. B 201-506 Mitchell T J 438 Muzzey, M. J 492 Myers, D. W 574 Myers, E. C 570 Myers, I. 627-652 Me McAdams, 470 McAllister, T. T. .492-566 McAllister. Jean 73-658-680 McAlpine, R. K 425- 572-604 McArthur, D. R. . 490 McArthur, L 73-457 McAulifTe, M 621 McAuliffe, J. E 352 McBain, H 389 McBratine, Helen .652-683 McBride, W. C 570 McBride, 1 639 McCabe, W. L 572 McCaffery, A. L. .484-485 McCall, D. F 586 McCall, F. ...631-632-681 McCall, J. 73-636-646-683 McCall, K. M 195 McCall, R 592 Otsu ' ki.G. J 474 Outland T 522 Nichols H W 504 Overholt E L 406 Nichlas HI .576 Overton.G. P. .. .522-594- 3S9-391 Owens. R. R 526 P Pablo. M. S 477 Pace E 660 Nichols, M 670 Nichols, T V 600 Nicholson, A. B 432 Nicholson, L 679-640 Miura. M 68 Moan, A. L 178 Moats, D. H 69-572 Mock, C. H 488 Mode, A. S 546 McKinley, E. B.. .429-440- 508-578 McKinlej , Marv 683 McKinnev, A 652 McKimicv, H. D 520 McKinney, T. B. .485-606 McKnight.G. G. 164-464- 586 McKnight, H. E 558 McLaren, H 624 McLaren. S. E 482 McLaren, R. V 74 McLaughlin, M. . 74-652 McLean, Robert 482 McLean, M 668 McLead, E 654 McLeese.H.D. ..124-554 McLooth, P. ...36-74-250- 410-436-504 McMani?, J. E. 35-74-249- 387-389-430-436-548-594 McMillan, J. J f80 McMullan, O. W. 124-425 McNamara, B 177 McNamee, H. C. . 124-436- 450-397 McNaughton, H. P. . .108- 124-406-447 Nicholson. E 346-420 Niholson. T M 79 Niehels. B. J 36-79- 620-640 Niehels, S. B 540 Nickerson, G 683 Nicolai, H 79 Pack, P. C 430 Packman, G 656 Pafenbach, E 80-630- 633-639-666 Page, J. H. ... 138-420-508 p a ge J W 496 Moeller, S 407-498 Mnersh, M. D 512 Mohuke, M. A 77 Molin, H. V 586 Monfort, D. F. 77-389-662 Monnett E 620 Niedzielski, L. T 460 Niehuss. M. L 481 Nishida. D 474 Nishimura, 1 68-474 Nissen, A 688 Nissly, A. F. . . . 79-405-528 Nixon D 504 Page] M. L 512 Page R M 80 Monroe, C 512 Montgomery, K. 389-631- 666 Montigel, K. P 516 Montique, G 473 Moon, M 36-77-633- 638-656 Mooney, R. H 471 Moore, A 423-512-670 Moore, E. F. 108-126-411- 423-457 Moore, E. V 510-524 Moore, F. T 500 Moore, I. B 490 Moore, J. H t.568 Moore, J. M. 120-446-452- 600 Pahlow. F. 1 452 Paige C E 592 Paine, P. P. . 160-164-586 PaisOev. L. C 502 Palnia J 568 Noble. L 548 Nobert, O. E 568-205 Nobil, L 534 Noe A H 473 Palmer. A. W 471 Palmer DM. . . 126 Palmer, H 492 Palmer, J 198-423-453 Palmer, M 627 Palmer P 568 Nolde, G. F 454 Nollen, E. P 606 McCallum, G. P 508 McCallum. C 468-500 McCallum, E 200 McCallum, H. B. 145-440- 500-666 McCalmont. J. C 441- 468-498 McCandliss. R. . . .405-58H Nonias. R. F 2S Norcop. M R. . . .548-478 Norton, W. . . 481 Palmerlee. D 81-680 Paper, M 268 Paquette, R 126-450 Parileski G. . 460 Nordstions, J. 680-160-164 Norris, J. 680 Norris, P 677 Norris. W 471-488 Paris, R. H. . .. 201-469 Park. D. F. . IV- ' Park. D. J M 420 Parker, A. J 405-420 Parker, E 500-650-683 Parkei, G 646 Parker, H 81-406- 485-492 Parker, J. C 392-422- 423-522 Parker, L. A 602 Parker. V. S 81 Parka, 1 268-540 Parks. V 36-247-260- 266-293-295-434-540 Parnnal. C. B 440-502 Parson, E. F 562 Parson, T. W 311 Parsons, G. N 586 Parsons, H 498 Parsons, J. P 422 Partlow, H 652 Pasehe, F. M 178 Paton, D 660 Paton, R. B 520 Paton, W. A 606 Patterson. F. C. . . 155-402 Patterson, F. G 596 Patterson, G. W 423 Patterson, H. F 81- 471-596 Patterson, K 658 Patton, J 200-402-646 Patton. R. D 532 Paulin, N. C 81 Paulson C. D 81 Pauszek, T. B, . . .460-584 Pawlowski, F. W. .452-460 Payne, E. H. ..81-620-680 Payne, J. H. 81 Paynter. W 406 Peabody. M. E 81 Peachey, C. H 197-574 Peacock, E 636 Pearce, F. H 87-406 Pearce. R 236-267- 337-442-506 Pearman, C 268 Pears. D. R 485 Pearson. M 108-126- 447-471 Pease. F. D 514 Peattie, W. W. . . . 126-410- 411-53X Peddle, J 637-681 Peebles, A 146 Peebles, T. A 584 Peers, 1 82-642 Peet. M. M. . .429-440-455 Pei, K. H 47fi Penick, T. M 502 Pennoyei, C. T. ..82-554 Pemberthy, C 592 Pembcrthy F 244-268- 420-592 Penzotti, R. B 574 Peoples, G 623 Perkns, E. F. .82-405-496 Perkins, R 637-684 Perrin G. F 192-522 Pen-in, J. S. ..82-233-266- 271-281-293-299-434-522 Perry, C. E 314-406 Perry, S. F 405 Persmg. R. S 412-520 Peskin, L R 352-546 Peterson, B 677 Peterson, E. W. . . 178-485 Peterson, G. L 542 Peterson, H. E. 194-451-598 Peterson, J. R 407 Peterson, K. W 452 Peterson, R 510-568 Peterson, S. R 83 Peterson, W. J. . . .518-570 Petro. C 268 Peterson, R 440 Pettibone, M. D 82- 634-648 Pettibone, T. M 473 Pettit, D 82-662 Petty, F. J 35-82-243- 436-462-518 Pfeiffer, J. J 126 Pfluke, F. J 108-127- 237-548 PheJps, K. G 108-127 Phelps, T. E 576 Pheney, E. T 82-536 Phillips, A. L. 127-397-558 Phillips, C 520 Phillips, R. H 588 Phillips, T. A 425 Phillips, V. B 526 Piat. A. A. ...395-410-502 Pickard, J. E 482 Picker, 1 472 Pickens. C. M 480 Pielmeier, W. H 422 Pierce, C. B 314 Pierce, J. M 195-580 Pierce, R. A 471 Pirpont, A. E. ..35-82-596 Pictz, D. H 471-590 Piggot, M. M 482 Pilcher, E. K 510 Pilcher, M. ...470-481-518 Pilkington, J. H. .108-. 27- 314-423-446 Pilston, J. E 82-680 Pingil, A. J 453-473 PingilC. A 473 Pinel, S. 1 127-450 Pipp, H 658 Pitkin, D. W. . 108-127-600 Pitkin, W. H. .134-449-604 Plambeck, A 471-604 Planck, G. E 244-268- 405-485-544-588 Planck, J. W 149-155- 544-582 Platt, H. F 178 Platts, N. G 127-481 Plimpton, B 621-668 Pohn, A. B 485 Poindexter, F 470 Pollock, J. K 238-420- 426-466-467-522-602 Pomfret, E. P 468 Pommerining, L. A. . . .454 Poole, M. L 482 Poorman, N 82 Pope, L. C 423 Popkins, S 387-546 Poppin, C. J 203-584 Porretta, F 456 Porritt, C. D 155-468 Porritt, H. B 468 Porter, D. J. ...36-83-238- 265-370-436- 462-518-606-683 Porter, H 440 Porter, J. C 576 Porter, K. L 452-540- lilS-1120 Porter, S. D 108-127- 423-438-450-485 Porter, T. R 576 Posmal, C. H 446 Post, E. R 83 Post, S. R 544 Potter, C. R 542 Potter, E. B. .405-423-512 Potter, H. 514 Potter, K 670 Potter, N 644 Potthoff, E. H 127 Potts, G. W 127 Potts, O. A 485 Pounstone, M 621-668-679 Powers. E. ...407-453-572 Powers, R 479 Poy W. L 83-476 Prakken, K 83-680 Pratt, A. E 397 Pratt, C. R 560 Pratt. D 284-294- 436-479-526 Pratt, M. R. . .620-627-666 Prcntiss, J. H 502 Prescott, D 656 Prestidge. G 622-680 Preston. D. H. ..399-548 Preston, H. M 397 Preston, R. W. ...468-548 Prettyraan, H. G 504 Price, C 178 Price, M 624 Price, R. J 195 Priehs, E. R. .234-389-405- 430-470-538 Pringnitz, W 453-473 Probst, J. N 83 Probst, R 683 Proctor, C. E. 387-397-520 Prohaska. D 621 Prophet, E. C 420 Prucha, H.V. 155-405-411 Pulford, D. T 89-590 Pullon, A. E 83 Purdy, A. S 546 Purdy, L. B 196 Purdy, R. E 178 Purvis, A. H 542 Purvis, R 623 Putnam, G 658 Putnam, J . A 454-554 Putnam, R. W 454 Quail, K.H 558 Quarry, P. T. .518-411-656 PERSONAL INDEX Quigley.A.E 400 Quigley. R 488 Qinlan.T 548 Quinnell ' G.C 602 R Rabinowitz, S. G . . 83-680 Rabinowitz, M. A 534 Rachet, M 638 Radcliffe, D 590 Rainnie, M 179 Raisky, H. B 452 Ralston, Sylvia, ..672-467 Ramsay, M 84 Ramsay, M. V 83- 504-680 Ramsey. H. E. . . . 108-485- 438-450 08-407-128 Raimdell, D. H 500 Ramsdell, E. T. . .416-418- 420-405 Ramsdell, L. S 422 Randall. A. H. ...520-483 Randall, F. S 192-488 Randall, H. M 504 Randall, M 648 Randall. W. M 84-405 Ranft.H. J 560-485- 457-84 Rankin, D 56-500 Rankin, F 658 Rankin, F. W 87 Rankin, T. E 532 Rapp, J. H 155 Rariden, T. E. .84-417-506 Rarkre, A 410 Hash, C. J 530 Ratliff, M 670 Ratti, A. M 456 Hattner, M 550-160-104 Raub, L. G.... 586-160-164 Ravenel, H 155-480 Raw-ley, H. F 578 Rayson, H. L 84 Rea, W. B. . .522-420-442- 266-268-333-33? Read, P. K. 483 Reade, H 84-638-658 Reason, R. G 600 Reavill, R. B. . .86-596-558 Rebec, W 514 Rechot, M 84 Recker. H 179 Recor, H. S 524 Rednor, J. A 485 Reed, C. D 586-524 Reed, F. N 512 Reed, H. D 405 Reed, H. E 558-201 Reed, J. L. ...160-576-164 Reed, M. R 84-680 Reed, P. R 492 Reed, R. S 540 Reed. S 454 Reekie, A 457 Reem, G. M 84 Reeves, J. S 490 Rehmus, P. A 548 Reid.E. G 452 Reid, E. M 84-502 Reid, R. E 483-485 Reid, W. H 202 Reigelman, L. . . . ' 485 Reighard, J. E 504 Reilley.F 624 Reilly, J. R 108-128- 411-441 Rein 205 Reindell, G 237-442- 268-389-340 Reineke, G 36-638- 627-633-650 Reinike, G. K 85 Reineke, M 650 Remine.H.H. ...128-446 Renehan, N. P 512 Reno, R 672 Renwick, A. R 85 Reynolds, A. H. ..450-128- 438-108 Reynolds, J. 1 536 Reynolds, M 85-646- 424-654 Reynolds, M. R. . . 14B-140 Reynolds, S. B 85 Rexford, W. K 578 Rice, J. A 500 Rice, L 640-679 Rice.L. M 85 Rice. M. M 85 Rice, Muza 680 Rice, R. V. V 500-387 Rice, T 548 Rice, W. C 540-500 Rich, Avon 658-690 Richards, E. J. 602-437-155 Richards. W. C 490 Richardson, E. G 471 Richardson, R. B. .85-606- 483-596 Rider, D 86-457 Rickert, Dr. A. G 464 Ridgway, C. M 572 Ried, W. H 538 Rieger, 1 668 Riekie.A. H 488 Rigby, E 662-627-690 Riggs, C 646-200 Riggs, H. W 580-423 Riggs, J. A 522 Riggs, S. H 582 Riker, A. D 468-146 Riley, J 243-504 Riley, W. H., Jr. ..594-532 Rindelhart, K 524-482 Rindge, W. K. . . .410-492- 451-84 Ringer, Philip 407-534 Ripps, M. 1 550-472 Ritchie, D 666 Ritchie, E. B 578-203 Ritchie. E. F 496 Ritter, R. B. .82-418-420 Rhines, M 85-642 Rhodes, C. C. 314-128-406 Rhodes, D. E 85-314 Roa, E 477 Roach, P. D 155 Robbins, Buckley C. .407- 494 Robbins, B. T 500 Robbins, F. E 500 Robbins, R 498 Roberts, A 690 Roberts, B 622 Roberts, E. 86-640-639-680 Roberts, H 662 Roberts, R. E 526 Robertson, C. G 468 Robertson, C. G 468 Robertson. N. 389-508-192 Robertson. N. W 480 Robertson ' R 156 Robertson W. K 420 Robertson. V. D 128 Robinson, A 518-481 Robinson, Floy 683 Robinson, H 672 Robinson, L. C 582 Robinson, L 156 Robinson, M. C 420- 481-470 Robinson, P. H 528 Robinson, R 652 Roby, T 453 Roby.L. B 206 Rochat, M 635-662 Rochow, W 479 Rockwell, D 662-621 Rockwell, D. E 200 Rockwell, E. .636-614-620- 627-634-662-387 Rockwell, F 520 Rodda, L 86-666 Roden. E 620-627 Rodenberg, L. R 538 Roderick, E 683 Roderick, G. H. ..108-128- 435-228-370-423-494-411 Roderick, W. 435 Roe, A. L 490 Roe, W 238 Roegner. N. C 406-528 Roefm, H. R 578-618 Roemcr, A. A 136-138 Roese, T 658-620-634 Roessner, F 512 Roger, A. F 86-680 Rogers, G. E.... 450-518-411 Rogers, M. K 172 Rogers, W 200-492 Roggen, A 554-483 Rohan, M. J 485 Rohns, H.G 485 Roland, R 244 Rolls, J. A 578-522 Rominger, A 623-624 Ronan, K. M 83-452 Roof, M 86-620-680 Roose, M 156-670 Ropaport, H. M 550 Rorick, C 498 Rorick, Margary, 672 Rorick, Helen 672 Rosacrans, M 658 del Rosario, V 477 Rosen, F. S 450 Rosenbaum, W. F. . . .452 Rosenberg, I. ..86-640-679 Rosenberg, J E. . . .86-550 Rosengarten, E 534 Rosenthal, Hilliard,. . .407- 534-409 Rosenthal, S. R. 36-86-387- 230 19-546 Roser, F. S 405 Roser, F. P 552-128 Ross, C 201-540 Ross, H. P 86 Ross. J. F 86-540-604 Ross, V. A 584 Rossi, E. R 138 Rossiter, R. A 422 Roth, F 538 Roth, H. J 500 Rottschaefer, Dirk 554 Rottschaefer, M. ..87-640- 630-632-654 Rourke, G. L. .87-243-502 Rousseau, J. J. A 598 Houssclle.H. N. ...87-560 Rowe. Bernice, ...658-623 Rowe.H. D 485 Rowe, J. R 485-528 Rowe, P 679-621 Rowen, L 681 Rowland, R. H 522- 268-469 Rowlings, J 391 Rowse, H. E 483 Royston, H. B 520 Roxburgh, D. J 419 Rubcns-on, G. C. . .546-479 Rudberg, J 554 Ruby, C. H 482 Rudcmann, A. D. . 140-584- 146-449 Rudesill, T 149-156- 602-437 Rudine, H 510 Ruedeman, E 584 Ruelle, June 658 Ruess, M. G.. . .87-680-638 Rufus, Mrs 632 Rufus, W. C 520 Rummel, E 684 Runnells, S 574-512 Rush, G 87-458-526 Rush O W. 82-416 19-231 Rusig, E. W 85 RusHn.H. A 165-482 Russell, A 648 Russell, D. B 87 Russell, T. A 500 Russell, G 179 Russell, E. P 146-588 Russell, N 524 Rutherford, H. H 481 Rutherford, W 453 Rutz, L. M 578-524 Ruzicka, E. E. ...602-293- 296-236-483 Ruzwick, A. ..160-16E-546 Ryan, F. G 419 Rvchener, R. O. ..85-584- 440-244-370 Rye, 434 S Sader, D 683 Sackett, G 479 Sadakata, K 474-683 Sadler, H. C 552-452- 434-423-522 Safford, H 670-679-618 Safford, M. . . .670-679-620 Sage.C. M 540 Sage, R. D 594-235- 430-532-387 St. Armour, A. J.. .447-128 Salisbury, M. E. ..447-128 Salisury, S 684-627 Sallwasscr, M. J. . .560-582 Sallwasser, N. H 560- 582-156 Salter, H. J 592 Sample, G. W 602 Sample, M. W 454-455 Samter, S 479 Samule, J. H 546 Samuleson, D. . . 87-680-639 Sanborn, I. T... 427-4 11-536 Sanchez, F 477 Sandberg, E 453 Sander, F. S. .466-129-502 Sander, J. F. . .87-406-580 Sander, D 644 Sanders, H. A 510 Sanders, L 500 Sanders, M 679-618 Sandow, C. E 429 Sands, C 87-642 Sandweiss, D. J 88 Santas, T. M 477 Santelman, A. W 480 PERSONAL INDEX Sarge, J. R 88 Scobee, B H. 481 Sherrick, J.584-452-440-424 Sherry, R. G 536 Sherwood, H. L. . ..90-461 Sherwood, R. .82-405-594- 457-439-442- 389-233-430-488 Shetzer, S 419-90-346 Shields, H 662 Smith, H. L. . .580-429-508 Smith, Harold R 402- Stanley H 598 Sarasohn, S 405-410- 238-534-395 Sargent, C. D 580-520 Sargent, T. ..405-594-239- 430-496-386-391 Sashida, S 474 Sass, J. E 454 Sato, N. F 474-441 Satterthwaite, J. .....485 Sauble, J 88-680 Sauble, V. H 554 Scofield, M. W 510 Scofield, E W 405 Stark, H 131 156-522 Smith, H W 157 Stark R M 147 Scollen, L 89 Seott, D 416-419-459 Scott, E. H 524 Scott, E. 425 Scott, F. N 385-411- 580-594 Scott, H. P 393-594 Seott, Mrs. I. N 644 Scott, Le R. J. ... 108-129 Scott, L. J 129-447 Scott, P. H. 82-245-4 17-4 19 Scott, W. B 524 Starke E 542 Smith, J. A 584-440- 267-293-301 Smith, J 200 Starkweather, D. .624-660 Starr, H 683 Starry, A. C 429 Stauffer, A. D. 443-469-544 Starz H. 265-346 Smith, J C 500 Shields, I. S. 485 Smith, J. H. 450 Shields, N. . .508 Smith, Janet, .621-652-679 Smith, Katherine .638-680 Smith, Leone. .478-474-548 Smith, Luella 620 Smith, M 479 Smith, N. R. .146-444-508 Smith, Olive . .416-631-680 Smith, R. C. . .405-198-572 Smith, Raymond D. . .500- 130 Smith, Richard D. 130-108- 452-405-524-446 Smith R F 471 Starke, E. . ...485 Shields, J. S 91 Stauffer, M 623 Stearns, R. C 389-518 Stearns R E 405-481 Shemonda. K 474 Shimbori, E. T 474 Shinover, C. L 91-680 Schippan, W 485 Sauer, S. J 552 Saunders, A. T. ..480-268- 293-298-572 Saunders, D 620-627 Savage, J. H 544 Stedman, J. M 410 Steese, J. B 422 Steelsmith, L. N 447 Scoville, I. M 89 Seagears, C 244-387-504 Seagley, C. D 89 Shiffey, L. L. . . 446 Shirey, F 620 Steffey, S. S 572 Steffy H B 576 Savage, S. L 483 Sawyer, G. P 560 Saxe, M. C. . . 195-654-632 Scamahorne, M 672 Scrawboro, M Scarboro, M 440-624 Scarnechnia, H. D. 456-590 Scatori, S 456 Shirk, B. H. . . 129-435-508 Shirkey. M 91-680 Shlain, B 91 Seaman, P. S 89 Searle, J. G. . . 199-268-490 Searles, C K 461 Staffy 206-453 Stegath, F H. . . 528 Shoemaker; M? M. .91-480 Shoup. S S 405 Stegenga, W. R.. . . 131-450 Stegyqll H B 548 Sears, L. A 446 Seder, D. J. . . . .550 Shriner, W. O. 85 Smith, R. V 483-602 Stegner, C. B. 157-467-602 Steiglitz, J 425 Steinbaugh. V. . . .468-450- 131-108-438-518-423 Steinberg, D 418-613 Steinberg, M. H. . .419-550 Steinberg, R. D 82 Steketee, D. W. ..200-510 Steketee, F. . .254-266-271- 281-442-490 Steketee, J 490 Sedgwick, T. C 89 Seedorf, W 624-660 Seeley 129-314- Shull, A. F 422-532 ShurtlefF, C. M 129 Smith, R. W 582 Smith, S. B 130-411- Scavarda, C. J 456 Shurts. R. B 130 Shuter, E. M 411 Siegel, N 508 Siekman C F 130 520-502 Smith, S. C. 130-492 Schaefer, G. P. . . .136-411 Schalkcr, E. J 391 Schallit, 1 472 406-446-548 Seelev, M 89-633-646 Seeley, W. H. .314-406-468 Seelye, W. N 420 Smith, Schuyler B. 130-520- 410 Smith, S. W 522 Smith, V 516-683 Smith W J 471 Schanck, W. J. . . .406-447 Scbeafer, E. R 538 Sielaff, O. R. 91 Seewerker, J. F 483 Segal B 550 Sigerfoos G 681 Scherer, C E 504 Silhavy G J 471 Scheeter, F. B 179 Schleider, R 623 Seidel, 89-454-455 Seider, D. F Silver, H 674 Sill K 179 Smithwick D 179 Snell, Lawrence W. . .387- 407-500 Snow 654 Snow, H. R 422 Snow, L. G 485 Stephens, G. R 532 Stephenson, E. L 204- 602-633 Stepehnson, H. H. 157-602 Stephenson, W 510 Schemm, F. R 471 Schemm, G. A 407- 490-471 Schemm, H. R. . ..471-490 Scher, L 679-621 Seletto, G 420-456 Seligman, W 470 Sell, F. S. . ... .90 Simmons, W. T. ..91-443- 508 Simm.s. L. B 637 Simon, J. D 91-520 Simonson, C 631 Simpson, A. A 91-680 Simpson, H. S. ...397-516 Simpson, W. M.. . .578-429 Sims F. H. 546 Sellards. C P . 540 Seller C 679 Snow, R. R 151 Snow, W. N. . 157-402-430 Snyder, F. L. R. . 140-146- 440-424 Snydre, Le Mayne. . . .578- 630-648-634 Snvder, M 684 Sterling, J. C 492 Stevens, A. B 425 Stevens E . . . 679 Scheree, M 644 H Scherm Q rhoin 648 Selway, R. P 395-512 Semar A B 538 K. Schermerhorn . . . .457- - 648-36 Scheurmann, R. B. ...504 Scheidler, N. . 268-293-300 Schuffelin, E 642 Senior, H. J 469-532 Sensteins, M. W 422 Sergeant, F. S 90-528 Sergeant R 674-680 Stevens, E 131-496- 411-658-670 Stevens, F 646-636- Sims, L 662 Sinclair, D. H Sindecuse, G 165 Sink, C. A 528-524 Sink, E. W 584-429 Size, Homer, A. ... 130-528 Skaggs E B 422 627-514-518 Stevens, J 516-548 Stevens, Marlowe 407-408- 650-131-94-435 Stewart, A 642 Serra E 458 Somers, S. E 584 Sommpi, John 387 Sonneburg, R. H 520 Sorting. C. A. .149-157-526 Sott, C. E Soule, A. B 422-425 Soule, M. H 604 Schillinger, H. K. .580-536 Schipert. H. B 454 Servatius, H 522 Service, E 632 Schindler, L. J 411 Sessions F M 540 Schirmer, A. F. ..405-407- 443-4 1 1-492-409-4 10-47 1 Schlafer, N 550 Schlemer, J. H 195 Schleuter, W. A 485 Schlichting, H. E. ..69-453 Schlinde, L 405 Schlotterbeck, M.. 662-6 18- 620-622 Schlotterbeck, P. G. . .446 Schlossman, H 88-461 Schluntz, H. H 552 Schmidt J 458 Sessions, J. M. 129-450-540 Seto, Y. S 476 Stewart, F 621 Skrentny 460 Stewart, G 454 Stewart, J. A 94 Stice, L. W 179 Sevilla E A 446 Skuba J R 460 Seymore E 457 Slabaugh, H. W 520 Slack. H. W 438 Slagh H 554 Southerton, R 650 Seymour, N 512 Shackelford J 526 Sower, A 651 Spader J A 420 Stickle, M 94-680 Stiles, F 512 Shafer, F. W 508 Shaffer M J 90 Slaghl C. E 172 Slate R M 578 Spafard, K 658 Spain, T. H 455 Spalding, M 634-650 Spanagel, R 508 Spaulding. C. M. .469-540 Spaudling. D. J 82-642 Spaulding, Margaret ..630 Spaulding, Marion . . . .642 Spear L 172 Stiller, E. A 94 Stiller, R. M 624 Shatter, R. R 584 Shambaugh, N. F 588 Shanck W T .... 129 Stimson E . . 670 Slater H M . 504 Stimson, G. A. ... 195-580 Stinson, W. C. 131-440-450 Stinson, W. D. .94-502-580 Stipe, T 268 Slater K. L 468 Shanck, W. J 468 Shaner O 672 Slater, M 668 Slaughter, H. W 201- 654-490 Slaughter, M. 439-266-311- 324-251-370-576 Slawson. D. G. . . .536-389 Slawson F 686 Schmidt, C 644 Schmidt C J 571 Shank W. t 129 Stock 83-346-447 Stock, 94-458 Shannon T H 540 Schmidt E 680 Shannon, W 540 Shapero, Harold M. . .402 Sharfman, I. L.. . .606-439- 426-534 Sharkey, O. A. 149-156-592 Sharpe, A. B 550 Sharpe C 90 Speer, A. W. . . .82-485-596 Sper P D 490 Stock, J T 475 Schmidt, T. A 78-420 Schmidt M 658 Stock, V 656-683-632 Spier, J E. 466-596 Stockwell, E. P 536 Stoddard, R. M 544 Stoddard, W. L 483 Schmidt. R. M. . . .454-455 Schmiedeskamp, C. G...596 Schnaple, M 646-634 Schneider, C 439-506 Schneider K 574 Slawson, S. B 91-422 Slazinski L W 460 Spiess, C. A 512 Spence, H. W. .403-410-496 Spence, J. A. .471-179-498 Spence, R. A 516 Slocum, G 580 Slutor. W. M 422 Stokes W H 578 Stokesberrv, L. P 504 Stoliken, E. R 165 Sharp, H. P 469-397 Sloanaker, H. L 485 Sloss, S. E. ...546-470-481 Slowinski, L. A 460 Slusser, H. R 602-594 Slusser, L. M 635-644 Sly Helen 6S3-6 9 ! Spencer, E 457-652 Spencer, K W . 480 Schneider, L. B. . .578-518 Schnorbach, P. W. ... 129- 447-504 Schoerger, J. F 88 Scholman, H. J 165 Schoepfle.C. S 423 Scholl A P 138 Stone, A. E 520 Sharp, W., Jr 457-498 Shartell B 437 Spenzer, L. . . . ' . 654 Spidal, W. D 416-420 Spier, J. D 520 Spier, J. E 86-473-485 Spindler, W. A 482 Stone G F 471-496 Stone, G. L 389-524 Stone J B 85-429 Shaw H I 528 Shaw, H. M 552-656 Shaw J 498 Stone M ... 82-620- Smalldon, R. .638-680-620 Smart R 498 622-688-631 Stone, R. P 195-654 Shaw, P. M 90-544 Shaw, Mrs. W 644 Shaw, W. B. . .594-504-510 Sheahan, F. 1 422 Sheehan, D. J 129 Sheldon, A. S 574 Sheldon Elinor 644 Spitzer S 498 Schrayer, M 403-534 Schreiber, T. ..88-652-620 Schreider, W. F 195- 578-524 Schreider, E 36 Schreyer, P. H 455 Schroeder N 473 Smsaton, W. G. . .540-644- 604-425-482 Smiggon, J. F 576 Smith, A 36-679 Smith, B. D 485 Smith, B. E. . . .82-674-688 Smith, C. A 522 Smith C H 485-596 Sprague, D 466-644- 614-634 Sprick, H 620-668 Stone W W 514 Stoneman, A. H 506 Stoneman, L. .405-410-506 Stoneman. L. H 506 Spring D W 506 Spring R G 179 Storckman. C. F 596 Springer, R. A 14CM47 Sprurier, E. . . 530 Storrer, F. R. . 131-108-254- 411-496-405-435 Storz, H. E 86-253-650 Storz, H. E 516 Sheldon, M. G. ..146-580- -440 Shelton. D 478 Shen. S. T 90-476 Shephard, C. E 548 Schroder R M 506 Squier, T. L 424 Schroder, K. M 506 Schuler E 679 Smith C J 516 St John, H. A. 146 Smith C M ' 506 St. Louis, W. F 165 Storz, H. 1 387-634 Stout, H. K 450 Schulman S 419 Smith, C. L. . . 86-596-420 Smith, Carrie 412-679 Smith, Clement, .413-640- 646-688-395 Smith, E 648-677 St Peter, W. N. 542 Schlutz, A. L 485 Schlutz, E. B 441-423 Schlutz J 620 Stachowiak, S. J 460 Stadfield, J. R 500 Stout, M. B 422 Shepord J F 429 Stower, F. R 450 Sheridan W J 580 Stadler, R. L 552 Stra, N 534 Schlutz, P F 538 Shepard, M 416-636- 467-672-631 Sheridan, W. J 481 Sherman H B 429 Stadler, W. L 252-552 Staebler, E 660 Straatsma, C. R 584 Straight. E. D. 598-136-138 Stranz M F . 440 Schlutz R F 88 Smith F L 496-594 Schumacher, B 254- Schumacher, F. X. .88-454 Schumm L W 560 Smith, F. M. . .82-470-520- 442-393-346-240 Smith, G. A 524 Smith, G. F 425-604 Smith, G. H. Smith, H 195-429-498 Smith, Hazel 884 Smith, Herbert E.. 130-447 Smith, Hobart E 130 Smith, H. G. . ..130 Stafford C 631-679 Stafford, H. E 496 Strassburger, Mike . . .482 Stratton, Don B. .131-108- 435-446-514 Straub, 1 623 Sherman, H. S. . . 129-314- 604-406-249- 423-425-411-129 Sherman, M. P. 90-412-648 457-36-627 Sherman, R 598-202- 138-488 Sherotskey, D. S 447 Stahl, M. B 410-514 Stahl, O. G 524 Schurz C 61S-656 Stainfield, L. C 512 Schuster, G. A. R. .89-466- 484-485-528-606 Schwartz 500--546 Schwartzenberg, J. .89-550 Schwinck, E. ., . . .89 Staliker E R 482 Strauss, A. M 165 Syalker, A. W 504 Standaher, W. C 478 Standish, Stuart 405 Stanley, A. A 411-524 Strauss L. . . .411 Strawhecker, P. O. 544-582 Streit W F 576 PERSONAL INDEX Strieker H D 552-94- Tertsagian, K. H 147 Trimble, J. V 500 Walton, A 548 588-253 Tessin A 447 Trisolette, J . 399 444 Walton, J H 542 Strickland, G. M 94 Strimbeck, G. R 471 .Strothwr, W. . . 453 Teies, H. A 586 Thatcher, L. E 528 Thaver, A. M 458 Triplett, J. 97-638-650-680 Trubey, M 97-680 True, D 97-614-662 Vardan, E. M 580 Vasper, E 660 Vasqueg R. L 450 Wang, C. F 461-476 Wannamaker, J. W. . .406 Ward, E. L 100 Strout H K 131 Thayer A E .147 True, G O 97-405 Veatman W H . 482 Ward, H T 133 Stuart, A. A ... 538 Thielman, Elsie 672 True, M 662 Voider F B ... 504-568 Ward, Di. M. L. . .464-570 Stuart, W. . . . 254-538-387 Stuart F 94-644 Thieme, F 457-056 Tho C W 485-5283 True, R. M 540 Trueblood T C 416-426 Vedder, R. B 464 Veguet Wv A 586 Ward, R. H 407-530 Warden C C 568 Strublc MM 94 Thoman J P 402-430- Trump, C . . 452 Veit A W . 588 Ware, R 508 Strumbeok, G . . . . 604 520-582 Truss, T 393-526 Veldo, W. H. ... 387-510 Warfel, F. L 560 Stucky, G. C 558 Studley, J. 684 Thomas, A. B 467 Thomas, A. D 96 Tsai, C. R 476 Tsai, G. ...454-476 Velleman. H 457 Vera de S 477 Warman, B 406 Warner. C. M. ... 198-572 Studness L 679 Thomas D 690 Tsao, C C 476 Verduin L .98 Warner, C S. 450-485-532 Stuefer, M 82-658 Thomas F. B 314-406 Tsao. Z. T 476 Vernier, F. L 66-160 Warner, E. D 514 Sturm F 584 Thomas Frank L 405 Tsao, J 632 468-570 Warner, F. B 100 Sturmer C H 524 Thomas J S ... 522 Tsi Y M 476 Vernon E 512-578 Warner, F W . 468 Sturtz M 458 Thomas J G 522 Tsong, K. P . .632-683 Vibbert, C. B. . . 548 Warner, H. H 416 Thomas J 656 Tsou T Y 476 Vick H 266-27 1-283-442 Warner R C 69-426-572 Thomas L M 96 Tsu F T 476-632 Vick J 574 Warner W 100-652 Stutz L ' 406 Thomas M G . 96-461 TSH K 632 Vickery E 387-389- Warnock, T. . 479 Squier T ... 440 Thomas, R D 572 Tsii, L T 478 412-466-627-636 Warren, C. R 496 Sugar D I 147 Thomas W S 131-441 Tucker E B 604 Videan, I 686 Warren F C 133 Sung G E 580 Thompson, A. B. . . . 147- Tucker, T H 586 Viets, E. 132-478-600 Warren, J. C 524 Sugihara S S 474 568-570 Tuley H 205-528 Villanueva G R 477 Warren J N. 200-490 Thompson F W. .87-430- Tulledge, F 681 Vinkemulder, J. G. 452 Warren, P. A 422-429 Suckers C F 586-196 570-514 Tunnidiffc K N 97- Vinopel M 479 Warren M 672 Sullivan, 532-512 Thompson, G. T 447 454-455 Vinton, M. . 680 Warsaw, B 457 Sullivan 395-518 Thompson 1C 481 Turcatle, V. ... 473 Visel H A 526 Warthin A S 424-522 Sullivan M R 95-664 Thompson, J 672 Turnbull, C. E 528 Vivian, F. 98-686 Warthin, M 656 Summers, . . . 627-644 Thompson, K 479-602 Tiirnbull. G. A 97 Vivian, P. H. . . .133 Washburn, E 461 Tuinbull W A 482 Vlack J B 399 Wasson E 670 Summers, Q C ..95-4.54- Thorns. L. W 476 Turner. E. M 180 Vogt, R. C 83-471 Wasson, R. 514 644-614 Thorburn, H. J 572 Turner, L. M 454-455 Voiles H 720-650 Watehpockct, J 468 Smunlong, M. D 422 Thron, H. D. ..96-454-467 Turner, C. E 566 Vollmer, D. E. 99-340-467 Waterbury, J 666 Sunderland, A. . . .458-442- Thorne, H. B 528 Tumor, R. C. .132-447-530 Vollmer, D. J 314 Waterbury, L. E. 158-255- 239-506 Sunderland, Edson R 402- Thornsquist, R 200 Thornton, H. L. R. . . . 157 Turner, Wm 98-405- 407-411-540 VonEmegen, O. 99-572-666 Vosburgh M 681 504-594-434-393-566 Waters L 508 437-385-566-430-522 Thorp, D J ...36-96-231- Turtell C E 98-480 Vosper R W 600 Waterworth I 683 412-560-606 Tuttle, G. A 590 Votey ' H 457-518 Watkins G B 133-562 Sutherland, Ruth. .637-679 gutter 201 Thorpe, H 648 Thorrington, S. J 572 Tynes, J. R 600 Tvson, H. N 494 Vowles, H. C 99 Vyn H R 180 Watkins, J 683 Watson C C 592 Sutter 584 Thorsberg, J. F 198 Watson G W 100-542 Thorson C G 480 u W Watson H H 562 Sut ton, F 652-683 Tibbals, M 650 Uebele. B. E 518 Wacher, H W 194 Watson, H J 432 Sutton J R 410-494 Tubbits H B 483 Ulbright D F 98-668-36 Wachs W 546 Watson J C 544 Sutton P E 588-558 Tilden C. J. ... 423-558 Vllnmn HP 98 Wadsworth E 458 Watson L G 206 Sutton Y . ... 478 Tulden. F. L 492 Ulliman. S. E 604-526 Wagener L R 69-427 Watson M T 570 Suyat, D 477 Tilley. M. P. .430-436-522 I ' llrich. P. L 473 Waggoner G T 590 Watson, R S 455 Swain F . 642 Tilly, V 192-481-548 Ulseth N. A 483 Waggoner T A 99-496 Watterworth D S 530 Swan, 1 627-634 Tilton, K. A 397-504 Underwood, A. J. . 132-447 Wagner A R 548 Watts D 100-416-420- Swaney B A 594 Timerae, T. A 471 Underwood, T. I. 232-98- Wagner A T 406 426-457 Swanson, A. L.. . . 205-483 Timothee, C. E 147 420 05-498- Wagner B 656 Watts K C 07-09-427-572 Swanson, H. T 85 Swanson, R. F 451 Swart H 447 Tinker, W. H 500 Tinn, B. F 406 Tinn, DA 201 436-411-392-36 Vngcr, A 631-658-688 I ' pthegrove, C. 423-425-604 Wagner, E 133 Wagner, H 99-405-407 Wagner M C 192 Watts, M 101-670 Watts, O. J 530-582 Watts P 498 Swart R E 443-387- Titcomb G R 132 Watzel P 552 335-488 Swayze, K 683 Titcomb, W. C 411 Titus. D. W 96-504 I ' rch, W. T. . . 132-447-504 Usker, E. . . 266-271-280- 620-644 Wagner R A 586 Wav, J. R. . .454 Weadoek E E 471-498 Sweeney, J B 485 Tobey, F. L 429 231-508 Wagner, C P 442 Weathcrbee, R. N. 566 Sweet, E. F 558 Tob ' n, W. E 580 Vteritz, I. C 352-496 Waite E B 469 Weaver G F 106-576 Sweet, R. 512 Todd. F 662 Vtley F H .85 Waite G T 558 Weaver R N 576 Sweet, W. H 532 Todd. J. H 196-586 t ' rjchara, M 474 Waite J B 402-437- Weaver S N 133 Swenson, N. H 405 Togalian, V. Z 66 439-566 Weaver W 485 Swift, A. S 95 Tolan, J. J. . . . 196-440-5S6 Waite B W 536 Webb C R 468 Swift B W 69-453-427 Tolan Thomas 578 V Waite W 500 Webb F D 101 Swift, H. R 422 Tomkin, W. R 437 Vadon, T. 200-621-642 Wakefield, R 580-520 Webb M R 454 Swift, L. E 95-490 Vahlteich, H 427-572 Walbridge, C. E. 502 Weber F 498 Swink, E 544 Tonaka, J. T 474 Vail C 98 Walbridge, W B 502 Webster A 512 Sykcs, R. M 95 T Tong, C. L 476 Tonkin, W. R 157-582 Todmey, EC 96 Vail. G. M 98-528 Vail, R. C 443-522 Vail W A 554 Walcott, C. C 484-485 Walden, C. K 506 Waldo J 99-020-638-670 Wedthoff, A 498 Wedthoff, G. G. . .405-410 Weeks H A 101- 9 29-391- Tabern, D. S 95 Torgerson, W. R. 85- Valentino W. C 488 Waldock G H 518 4 1 1-436-430-594 Taft K E 540 429-440 Valle de W A 132 Waldon F R 439 Weeks R F 540 Tandy, C 570 Torrcy, H. ... 102-618-652 Valvo F 456 Waldron F R 408 Weeks W A 512 Tang, K. Y 476 Tanguilig, P. D 477 Tammer, M. A 604 Torres, J. N 524 Torrey, L. B 524 Towar, C. F VanAlstyne, J. . . .620-652 VanAntwerp, C. B. 470-481 VanBolton, S. . Ill Waldron, H 658 Walicki, E. F 460 Walker E H 420 Wehlan. L. P 485 Wehmeyer. L. E. . 101-429- 454 Tanner, V 679 Tower, R. B 147-654 VanBoven, L. C 530 Walker, Dr E 644 Weidman L 650 Tappan, A.. 95-637-636-679 Towns, M. E 172 VanBoven, P. J. . .98-240- Walker, M ... 658-670 Weil, J. B. ... 534 Tapson, S 179 Townley, G. L 506 266-293-299-530 Walker F 504 Weil L R 452 Tarloff A 160-165 Townsend Bernire 684 VanDeinse M 681 Walker H J 50 Tasker, G. C 198-572 Taylor A E 586 Townsend. E. W 82- 614-670 VanDcman, H. I. . .32-600 Walker, M. A 99 Walker R C 99 634-620 Taylor, C. C. 496 Townsond, R. W. 540 VanDeusen, E 180 Walker R G ,59 9 Weineke R 249 -539- Taylor, F. M 606 Towsley, H 97-670 VanDomelon, P. 536-604 Walklang T 09-471 44 1 -387 Taylor, H.... 440-554 Toy W . 454-455 Walkowski S 460 Weinfold F 534 Taylor. I. H 96-637 Taylor, J. H 580 Taylor, M. F 506-679 Trackett, N. K 471 Tramp, G. D 469-524 Traut, E. J. ... 67-69-268- VanDusen, B 241-502 VanHorn, G 206 VanHorn, D. H 514 Wallace, G. 420-500 Wallace, J. A 35-99- 412-042 Weinstein, M. B 546 Weir,,B. W 528 Weiskpof, P. .534 Taylor. M . 640 427-453-572 VanHorn I. 132-423- Waller H C 544 Weiss B 160-60-159-251- Taylor, M. M. ... 96-432 Travis, . .466-618-620-650 425-604 Waller, H. G. 424 546 Taylor, Nelda 67-69-658 Travis J J 570 VanNess, M 686 Waller S 82-622- Weiss H L 101-461-462 Taylor, R. H 471 Travis, R. C.. . 97-225-518 VanOrnum, E. N. 588 63 1-058 Weitz H O ,5 ' 8 Taylor, S. W . . 132 Tray G 664-683 VanOrden, W J 238-266- Walhck L 475 Weicl) A L 516-443 Taylor, W. H 485 Taylor, W J . . 482 Tray, G 664-683 Traylol S W 132-423-544 VanOsdel, W 582 VanOosten J 429 Walls, A 195-468-528 Walmoth R W 196 Welsh, G. N 82-420 Welch H B 482-536 Teal, D. M. . .66-314-406 Trebilcock, M. 97-630-066 VanReenan, . 87 Walser G 656 Welch W 101-644 Tecson, P. S 477 Teele, R. P 480-508 Treble, J.McW 488 Treckelo, F 456 VanS hoick. F 15)7-590 VanTassel. R. . 468 Walser, H. C. . 100-405-524 Walters C 686 Weller, C N 580-424 Weller C V 424 Teggardine, G. ...468-686 Trefry, D. C 446-530 VanValin, M 658 Walter, E M 100 Weller L 479 Telia, L. D 96 Trenor, D 642 VanValkenburg, J. W. 483 Walters, F. L. 149-158-485 Wellin, E. G. . . 514 Telmows, F. G. 471 Trevor, G. 157 VanWagoner M D 107- Walters F R 500 Wellock S S 422 Terry, C. C 496 Trewin, W. S 562 1 32-435-438-450-468 Walters J 407-408-050 Wells B 101-646 Terry, A. S. . .. .420 Trick, M 627-681 VanWorkoem, D. .405-554 Walters. I,. F. 100-245-490 Wells. C. W. . . .562 PERSONAL INDEX Wells, M 690 Welsh G W 06 ' Whitehill E E 506 Williams M 664 Witters L M 82 Wu K L 47ft White W F 496 Williams M. S 82 Williams N H. 422 Wu L C 103 Welter, E 412 Wetty, E. .... 620-658-627 Welty, L 677 Whitine, H. . . .411 Wohlend, L. F 485 Woiciechowski, J. S. ..460 Wolcott, C. C 590 Wolczynski, S. M 460 Wolfe, B 158 Wuerth. R 201 Wylie, D 674-721-679 Wvlie, E. . . . 106-674-680 Wylie, M 679 Wynn, F. F 106-485 Wynn, D 574 Y Yaeeer A A. . . . .471 Whitfield, L 468-686 Whitfield, M. T. . .468-518 Whitfield, S. E 518 Whitloek, R 240-512 Whitman, E. L. . .464-570 Whitmeyer, A 52 Whitney, F. G 471 Whitney, F. G 471 Whitney, A S . 500 Williams T 540 Williams W. W. . . . 108 Williamson, G. W 104 Willis, M 614-070 Wender, A. A 101 Wenlev. A. G 101-496 Wenly, M 434-392 Wenzler. F. J 206-572 Werey. R. B 133-604 Werniuth, T 662 Wiilison, F 104-680 Wills, F R 134 Wolfe, G. B. . .437-148-592 Wolfe, Henry 135-518 Wolfe J D 592 Willson H C 566 Willson H S 574 Wolfe, R. C 405 Wolfe, S. H 485 Wolfe, T. H 485 Wolfaon A 473 Wertman, L. A 483 Wesbrook, W 234 Willson, G 104-680 Willsonski. L. G 460 Wilmot, W. H. ...602-066 Wilsey H 82-688 Whitney, G. W 471 Whitney, H. A 572 Whitson, V 677 Whittaker, R. R. .485-596 Whittackei, F. A 485 Whyte M 646 Weisberg, J 472 Wesaiger, E. A 450 Wessinger, G. F 462 Wessinger, G. L. . . 10S-133 West, J. E 592 West, M. . .36-101-457-646 West, R. M 134 West, W. F 102 Westbrook. W. . .264-268- 311-321-340-434 Wenteen, 180 Westfall, D 621 Westlake, D. . 102-635-690- 638 Wetherbee, R. N Wg Wetzel, C. G. 108-134-228 508-134-435-267-31 1-323 Weyand, F 469-532 While, E. E 586 Wolfstein, 1 679 Yaeger, U. H 471 Yah C I 476 Wilson, A 457 Wilson D 592 Wolinitz G 472 Wolover, Mrs. G 644 Wolszynski, H 460 Womer, C. R 87 Wonderlie, E. .668-679-621 Wong. C. F 476-100 Wong, H. L 476-632 Wood, A E 518 Wood D J 105 Yates, E. C 580-600 Yaeger, A. M 66-576 Ycakey F I 522 Wilson W 134 Wickerham. 1 690 Wickett A D 440 Wilson, B. ... 194-498-540 Wilson, C. E 468-528 Wilson. C. M. 439-266-333- 576-243 Wilson. Capt. 622 Yee H. ' W 135-476 Yen. F. P. ... 106-461-476 Yco W L . . 432-47 1 Wiekett, H 461 Wickham D 660 Wiekham, F. B. 3(1-102-500 Wicks. B. D 102-544 Wieder, C. H 102 Wieder L 440 Yerkes, A 35-106-620- 628-629-633-652 Yerkes, R. G 106-504 Wilson, C. W 87-406 Wilson, D. D 201 Wilson, Mrs. E Wilson, F. M 568-424 Wilson, H. . . .442-267-502- 238-271-283 Wilson, H. M. ... 458 Wood D L 602 Wood D S 470 Wiedner, I.. M 588 Wieman, D. S 518 -Wieman, E. E. . . . 103-236- 36-240-266-27 1-282-434-5 18 Wieneke, R. F 82-606 Wigh, F 621-652 Wight F B 578 Wood, Fanny 180 Wood H 560 Yonkman, J F. ..195-554 Yost EH . . 395-500 Wood, M 200-621-623 Wood, M. W 494 Wood, RE 105 Wood R. L 514 Yost ' F H 271-506 Young, A. A. 135-412-444- 560-604-621-632 Young, A. Y 135 Young, Eva 180 Young, J. F 483 Young, J. B. ... 67-69-427- 453-181 Young R 5O8 Wilson, J. E 411 Wilson. J. F 512 Whaley, J. S 470 Whaley, L. E 471-560 Wheatlv, I. B 488 Wheaton, R. L. . . .507-205 Wheeler, B 480 Wheeler. B. D. . . 108-134- 266-311-324-435 Wheeler, E. . . 102-668-680 Wheeler, H. K. 102 Wilson J S 411 Wood, W. F. . .66-425-570 Woodbeck, B. M. 105-668 Woodbury, Mrs. D. S. 637 Woodbury, H. M 180 Woodford, H. S 105 Woodlock W A 602 Wight, R. B 147 Wightman, H 690 Wigh J H 536 Wilson. M 642 Wilson, M. E 104 Wilson, M. 104-457-638-683 Wilson, B 411 Wilson, P. R. 596 Wilcox. C 205 Wilcox, K. D. 103-356-458 Wilcox, R. S 103 Wile, A. J 440 Youngjohn, C. M. 416-120- 426-483-596 Youngs, L A. 106-620-639- Yu H F . .476 Wilson R 104 Woodmansee, E. R. . . .544 Wilson, W 648 Wiltse, C. C 207-590 Wiltzic. H 624 Winchell, D. M. . 104-680- 620-632 Winchell, J P 135 Wile, U J 422-425-429 Woodruff E 180 Wheeler, J. H 520 Wheeler, W. B. . . .405-536 Whelan, L. P 536-596 Whinery, I. B. 134 Wilev, M 662 Wiley, P 614-633-662 Wilhelm, G. W 103 Woodruff, I,. M. .439-105- 239-36-389-457-439-594 Woods W. F. . 160 Yu V H 476 Z Zampiere P .456 Wilke C A 570 Woods, Dr. F. R 464 Woods, H. A 485 Woodward, J. M. 479-528 Woodward, K. 646-683-621 Woodworth, C. . . . 623-624 Woodworth, L. M. 105-680 Wolfenden, J 548 Whinery, T. . . 102-2.54-457 Whipple, D. 652 Wilkey, R. S 506-158 Wilkins, R 200-188 Wilkinson, D 548 Wilkinson, G. M 454 Willard, H. H. ...425-508- 572-604 Willcox, J. Y 494 Willemin, H. E 485 Willett, W 540 Willey, N. L 458 Williams, A. H. ... 103-602 Williams, C. J. ...207-590 Williams, D. E 420 Williams, E 457-644 Williams, E.B. 134-441-530 Williams, F. E 103 Williams, G. S. ...423-438 Williams, H 103-686 Williams. J. . 207-333-336- 36 Williams, J. E. . . .314-400 Williams, J. G. 103-252-530 Williams, K 454 Williams. L. R. . . 104-420- Windel.J. P 450 Wmdham, E. A. . 135-450- 000 Wines. L. D 524 Wines, W. B 524 Winograd, A. L. . . 104-550 Winslow, R. W. . .407-506 Winter, B. J 36 Winter, B. W. 483-516 Whipple, G. M 510 Whitbeek G E 514 Whitchcr, B 688 Whitcomb, H. E 471 Whitcomb, H. G. 102-405- -125-001 White, A. E. .443-510-425 White, A. H 423-425 White, A. H 604 White E C 482 Zcigler. E. L. 148-158-437- 512-566 Zeller, M 680 Ziegenbien, H. L. 135-435- Zigler, A. E. . 149-158-437- 522-566 Ziliak Mary 664 Woicestei.F 498 Wordelmann, V 456 Wormer, C. R 576 Workman, H. C 548 Wozniak, T. W. 66-460-586 Wright, C. F 586-87 Wnght C L 485 Winters, J. M. 204-410-490 Wirt, W 36 Wise, E. P 532 Wise, W. H. . . 105-596-420 Wishart, S. W. . . .536-578 Wishiopp, F 677-620 Wishropp, E. A. .406-578- 662 Wisner, H. E 590 Wisneski, J. F 460 Wissinger, G. L 133 Wit, E D. 506 White, E. L. . 482 Ziliak! Zelda 664 Zimmermann, A. .620-627 Zimmennann, D. F. . .498 Zimmermann, F. S. ... 158 Zimroermann, J. E. 441-520 Zimmermann, J. J. 451-520- 598 Zimmermann, M 668 Zimmerli, F. P 422 Zink E P 135 White, Grac e 677 Wright, D. R 570 Wright, D. R 584 Wright, G. E 66-160 Wright, J. V 441 White, G. D 102 White, G O 544 White, Helen 683 White H C 538 Wright, J. B 469-180 Wright, J. K 570 Wright, 1 681-686 Wright M 106 White, J. A 584 White, J. J. .. . . .522 White, J. N 596 White M W 483 Witcomb, H. G 407 Witkcr, J. B 498-82 Witt. D. E. 105 Wruble, M 135 Wu John 476 White, K. S 420-500 White. Vinrinia . .621-684 Ziwet, A 423-522 Zouire. T. 1 429 Wii. K. H 106-476 432-435-602 HP 9 HH _. m .4 n


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