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-V " ' ' m , " V , 1 ' - ' .- I - ' H m . m fir , m -- ' m ' ml - ' III Published bvi the SENIOR CLASSES or the UNIVERSITY e MICHIGAN Tidson R.Sunderlanci till! DEDICATION EdsoaRSunderland A.M.,LL.B. Professor of Law ,,Tlhm whose untiring L1J rr j O f efforts and wise counsel the present hiA. standard of the publications of the University of Michigan has been attained, we respectfully dedicate the 1922 MICHIGANENSIAN HT SUm FOREWORD lothimj attains perfec- Jtion ft is not the aim of the editors to enfold between these covers per- fect bits of artistry. 5t Rather it is their hope, that in the years which now await us, the suggestions and intimations pictured within, may be fruitful as reminders of THE GREATER MICHIGAN IN 1922 CONTENTS Seniors Classes Features Athletics Publications Organizations Fraternities Women e. - MARION LnRov BURTON. PH.D., LL.D. President of the University of Michigan Nineteen 3n jHemoriam HENRY CARTER ADAMS Died August nth, 1921 Professor Adams was the head of the Economics Department of the University of Michigan for thirty-three years, serving in that capacity until the time of his death. He was loved and respected by everyone who knew him, and it is this loving memory that recalls the lines used in The 1900 Michiganensian, dedicating that year book to him. Yet greater than these in his words and works, In the good that he leaves behind. In his wisdom ' s scope the nations ' hope Is the man of the master mind. Twenty SENIORS ATKINSON REA SHEPARD TRUSS 1922 LITERARY OFFICERS WALTER B. REA MARTHA C. SHEPARD THOMAS C. TRUSS . C. MAURICE ATKINSON . President V ice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Twenty-two BERNSTEIN CAMPBELL FREY OVERTON PEARE SMITH STEDMAK STEKETEE RUSH MICHAELS WlENEKE SARGENT NEWTON WESBROOK 1922 LITERARY COMMITTEES AUDITING GERALD P. OVERTOX, Chairman ROBERT D. PATTON LuCILE M. KlLBOURN BANQUET WILLIAM W. MICHAELS, Chairman RUFUS A. BAILEY HORACE V. HITCHCOCK DORIS M. SPALDING MARGARET SPALDING CAP AND GOWN ROBERT S. PEARE, Chairman Louis W. FUESS ROBERT D. HORN MADALYN L. KIRKPATRICK HARRIET A. JOHNSON CLASS DAY JAMES G. FREY, Chairman ALFRED H. RANDALL PRESTON H. SCOTT GEORGE D. SELLARDS EDNA A. GROFF GERTRUDE L. BOGGS THEKLA E. ROESE FINANCE FRANCIS M. SMITH, Chairman HAROLD VOTEY HELEN BISHOP JOSEPHINE WALTERS INVITATION JOYCE M. STEDMAN, Chairman CLIFFORD W. STUART ALLEN B. SUNDERLAND EDWARD T. IVES RUTH MILLS HELEN SPRICK FRANCES WEIMER MEMORIAL FRANK W. STEKETEE, Chairman SYDNEY R. SARASOHN CLARENCE HATCH CAROLINE NAPIER AGNES H. HOLMQUIST PICTURE BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL, Chairman RUSSELL S. PERSING AARON H. WEBSTER PIPE AND CANE WALTER K. WESBROOK, Chairman CARL H. STURMER PHILLIPS P. ELLIOTT PROMENADE JOSEPH A. BERNSTEIN, Chairman CLAUDE F. FOWAR GEORGE G. REINDEL ISABEL M. KEMP ATHALIE HOUGH PUBLICITY THORNTON SARGENT, Chairman FRANCIS M. HEATH ELIZABETH VICKERY BEATA M. HASLEY GLENN A. MIDDLETON RECEPTION ROBERT F. WIENEKE, Chairman Louis M. DYLL FRANK H. LEE FLOYD A. SERGEANT ADELE M. ZIMMERMAN EUPHEMIA B. CARNAHAN RUTH H. GOODHUE SING ORA W. RUSH, Chairman EDWIN W. BERESFORD MARJORIE DEAM EVELYN F. ROCKWELL SOCIAL MAYNARD NEWTON, Chairman HUGH WILSON MELVIN D. MOERSCH BRUCE VAN DUSEN HELEN MC!NTOSH LAURA SNYDER HAZEL STORZ Twenty-three ESTEBAN R. ABADA Kabankalan, Occ. Negros, P. I. Cygnus; Players ' Club; Cosmopolitan Club; Men ' s Educational Club; Philippine Michigan Uub. MARION L. ACKERMAN Detroit Alpha Phi; Freshman Spread Committee; Junior Girls ' Play. ALMAB. ACKLEY Stockbridge CEDRIC ADAMS Ligonier M. WILLIAM ADAMS ' Litchfield Mandolin Club. MARGARET ELIZABETH ADAMS Detroit Athena Literary Society, Vice-President (4); Commerce Club. THOMAS H. ADAMS . . Ann Ar }? Alpha Delta Phi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Sigma Delta Chi; Druids; Informal Vanity Swimming (2); Daily (i) (2) (3); Michiganensian (i). MORGAN C. ALDRICH Dozvagiac Theta Chi. RUTH ALEXANDER Hartford City, Indiana Hockey (4). JESS H. ALTENBURG Lansing Acacia. SAMUEL S. ALTSHULER Detroit AMOS C. ANDERSON Cambridge Springs, Pennsylvania Phylon; Men ' s Educational Club; Phi Delta Kappa. EVA ANDERSON Anderson, Indiana HELEN LUCILLE ANDERSON Grand Rapids Press Club; Girls ' Educational Club. Twenty-four KATHARINE ANDREWS Detroit DON M. ANTRIM . . Polo, Illinois Lambda Chi Alpha; Marine Corps Club. CLAYTON PEARSON ARMITAGE Harbor Beach Beta Phi Delta; Craftsmen ' s Club. LIONEL F. ASHBOLT Massillon, Ohio Phi Mu Alpha; Choral Union; Commerce Club. C. MAURICE ATKINSON . Battle Creek Kappa Sigma; Michigamua; Pi Delta Epsilon; Sphinx; Daily (l); Chimes (2), Business Manager (3); Class Treasurer (4); Student Advisory Committee (3) (4); General Chairman S. C. A. Cam- paign (4); S. C. A. Cabinet (4); Board in Control of Student Publications (4). W. ROGERS ATVEO Ann Arbor Kappa Beta Psi. FRANCES AVERILL ... Grand Rapids Girls ' Educational Club; Choral Union; Junior Girls ' Play. LYNDON Ross BABCOCK Detroit Informal Varsity Swimming (2) (3), Captain (4); Editor Whimsies (4); Freshman Swimming; Players ' Club, Chairman Play Writing Committee. EGBERT K. BACON Sault Ste. Marie Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon. CECILE B. BAER Hancock Mummers. R. A. BAILEY Detroit Sigma Nu; Varsity Track Manager (4); Chairman Athletic Board of Directors (4); Class Banquet Committee (4); Stage Committee, Union Opera (2). DOROTHY E. BAISLEY Detroit Delta Delta Delta; Sociedad Hispanica; Junior Girls ' Play. STANNARD L. BAKER Lansing SHIRLEY L. K. BALLINGALL Chicago, Illinois Twenty-five MARY BALOYAN Grand Rapids Students ' Press Club. GENEVIEVE BANKS Blanchard GEORGE L. BANZHAF Milwaukee, Wisconsin Chi Psi. ROBERT F. BARIE, JR Detroit Sigma. Phi; Union Asst. Recording Secy. (3). D. MASON BARR Detroit Psi Upsilon. ALBERT G. BARTON .... Cleveland, Ohio Lakewood Club; Varsity Cross Country; Class Track. CHARLES P. BAYLESS Detroit Delta Sigma Phi. M. I. BAYM Ann Arbor Acolytes. STEWART T. BEACH Pontiac Chi Psi; Druids; Sigma Delta Chi; Daily (2) (3) (4); Chimes (3) (4). MARGARET ELIZABETH BECKETT Bay City Cercle Francais, Vice-Pres. (2) (3) (4); Girls ' Educational Club, Secy-Treas. (3) (4); Senior Society; Cercle Francais Play (2) (3); La Sociedad Hispanica (3) (4); Mummers (3) (4). H. REG. BECKWITH Saginaw RITA M. BEEBE Battle Creek Senior Society; Girls ' Educational Club. HUGH M. BELL Indiana, Pennsylvania Craftsmen ' s Club; V. F. W. EDWIN M. BERESFORD Sarnia, Ontario Alpha Epsilon Mu; Round-Up Club; Canadian Club; Cosmopolitan Club, Pres. (4); Commerce Club; Varsity Band (i) (2) (3) (4) (5); Union Orchestra, Secy-Treas.; Union Music Committee (3) (4); Architectural Society (i) (2). Twenty-six SIGRID BERLING fl ' aterbury, Connecticut ALBERT A. BERMAN Detroit JOSEPH A. BERNSTEIN Lima, Ohio Zeta Beta Tau; Michigamua; Sigma Delta Chi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Sphinx; Michiganensian, Sports Editor (i); Daily, Sports Editor, Issue Editor (i), Telegraphic Editor, Night Editor (2), Sunday- Editor (3), Asst. Mng. Editor (4); Union Publicity Committee, Chairman (4); Union Opera Publicity Committee (3);Union Life Membership Committee (2). MARTHA BEST Imlay City Botanical Club. EDWARD L. BETZ, JR. . Hagertown, Maryland University Symphony Orchestra. DONALD BICKNELL Clare VlNEFRED BlETHAN Blockfoot, Idaho Athena Literary Society; Westerners ' Club (i); Daily (i); Vice-Pres. 1924 Medic Class (3). GEORGE E. BIGGE . . . Ann Arbor Alpha Xu. MARGARET HELEN BINDER Ann Arbor M. ETHEL BISBING Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Chi Omega; Pi Lambda Theta. HELEN BISHOP Winona, Minnesota Gamma Phi Beta; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Women ' s Athletic Assn., Pres. (4), Treas. (3). HERBERT E. BLACHFORD Royal Oak F. RUSSELL BLAKESLEE Ypsilanti Trigon. R. WILLIAM BLASHILL Ann Arbor Les Voyageurs; Forestry Club, Pres. Twenty-seven GERTRUDE L. BOGGS ... Battle Creek Pi Beta Phi; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Class Social Committee (3); Baseball (l) (2); Basketball (i) (2) (3); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3); Pres. Y. W. C. A. (4); Masques (2), Treas. (3). HIRAM C. BOND Royal Oak Students ' Directory (2) (3) (4). CLARK N. BOOTHBY Benton Harbor Theta Delta Chi; Michiganensian (i) (2) (3); Asst. Manager Glee and Mandolin Club (3); Union Opera Committee (2). JAMES M. BOWERS Dayton, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Nu Sigma Xu. JOHN P. BOYCE Ypsilanti CHARLES JOSEPH BOYLE Johnstown, Pennsylvania Gamma Eta Gamma. HOWARD LESTER BRADLEY Cumberland, Maryland Chi Phi; Dixie Club; Daily (i); Union Membership Committee (i). ESTHER D. BRENNEMAN Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Athena Literary Society. PHILIP J. BREWER Battle Creek Sigma Chi. VIRGINIA BRIDGFORTH Pickens, Mississippi JOHN H. BRITTON Saginaw Zeta Psi. VICTOR D. BROOKS Ann Arbor Forestry Club. ARTHUR A. BROWN Conneaut, Ohio Forestry Club. ELEANOR A. BROWN . Wayne Senior Society; Junior Girls ' Play; Mummers; Players ' Club. Twenty-eight FORMAX G. BROWN- - Otsego Composer, i6th Michigan Union Opera. JAMES V. BRUCKER Toledo, Ohio FRANCIS BRUNXER . . . Santa Monica, California Westerners; Reserves, Football (4); Fresh Track (3). STELLA BRUXT Ann Arbor 5 us; Whimsies. FRAXCIS H. BRYCE . Grand Hare Veterans of Foreign Wars. CATHERIXE BRYSOX Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Chi Omega. XORUAX R. BUCHAX Cleveland. Ohio Beta Phi Delta; Union Life Membership Drive; Union Swimming Pool Drive; Class Social Com- mittee (3); Adelphi (i) (2) (3) (4); Players Club (3) U); Boring Club (2) (4), Secretary (3); Chair- man J-Hop (3); S. C. A. Drive (2) (3). GEORGE SYDXEY BUCHANAN . . - Cheney, Washington Beta Phi Delta; Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Boxing Club; Westerners Club; Junior Track and Basket- ball. Louis A. BUCK. JR Ann Arbor Delta Sigma Pi. DUDLEY F. BUCK Detroit BLAXCHE J. BULLOCK Grand Rapids Press Club. CARRIE A. BULLOCK Goodrich BERXICE BUXKER . Grand Rapids Pres. Educational Club. ERNEST BURHAXS Lansing Chairman Fresh Medic Finance Committee; Soph Medic Social Committee. Tzcentv-nine P ' ' ... EDWARD J. BURKHARD Johnstown, Pennsylvania Kappa Sigma. ELIZABETH BURRIS Cincinnati, Ohio Kappa Alpha Theta. PHYLLIS NYE BURTON Detroit LOREN LANNING BUTLER Arion, Iowa Craftsmen ' s Club. KAYE H. BUTTARS Pellston Craftsmen ' s Club; Commerce Club Executive Committee (3) (4). MRS. LILLIAN D. CADWELL Ann Arbor Alpha Phi; Junior Girls ' Play (3). EDITH CADY Sault Ste. Marie Sen ior Society; Girls ' Glee Club (2) (3); Junior Girls ' Play Committee; Senior Girls ' Play Com- mittee. MARGUERITE ALICE CALDER Detroit School of Music Glee Club (3); Choral Union (3); University Girls ' Glee Club (4). HENRY C. CALVI Iron Mountain BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL Detroit Phi Kappa Psi; Michigamua; Sigma Delta Chi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Sphinx; Daily (2) (3), Managing Editor (4); Chimes (2) (3); Class Secretary (3). JEANETTE CAPLAN ' Detroit EUPHEMIA B. CARNAHAN .... Detroit Players ' Club; Athena Literary Society, Pres. (3); Mortarboard; Senior Society, Pres.; Sigma Delta Phi; Junior Girls ' Play. RICHARD B. W. CARNEY Battle Creek Theta Delta Chi; Class Football. LELLA MAE J. CARPENTER Ann Arbor Thirty ZELLA P. CARR Peru, Indiana GEORGE H. GARY, JR Lapftr Gamma Eta Gamma; Daily (2). ELINOR CHAMBERLAIN . . . . Musktgon Alpha Phi; Stylus. HELEN MAY CHAMBERS Ithaca Senior Society; Junior Girls ' Play; Choral Union; Girls ' Glee Club. H. L. CHAPMAN Grand Ledge Class Basketball (2). HAROLD R. CHAPEL Flint Theta Chi; Alpha Kappa Psi; Directory (2) (3); Gargoyle (2) (3); Union Committees; S. C. A. Cabinet (2). GUY H. CHARTER Jackson Delta Sigma Phi. MILDRED L. CHASE Detroit Delta Delta Delta; Masques; Comedv Club; Junior Girls ' Plav; Senior Girls ' Plav Committee; Girls ' Glee Club. HAROLD CHATLIN Detroit IVA CHESTER Sharon, Wisconsin Pi Beta Phi. ERNEST CHRISTIANSEN Manistee Craftsmen ' s Club. AYNE D. CHUBB Armada Craftsmen ' s Club; Men ' s Educational Club; Commerce Club. HSIANG-CHING CHUNG Hupeh, China ORTON HORACE CLARK, JR ' Kalamazoo Les Yoyageurs. Thirty- one GAGE E. CLARKE t ' assar Sigma Delta Chi; Daily (2) (3); Glee Club (2) (4); Union Opera (3). LEOTA CLARKE Jackson Hockey (i) (2) (3). GEORGE FREDERICK CLIPPERT Detroit Delta Tau Delta. SADIE MARGARET CNOSSEX Holland SIDNEY B. COATES Ann Arbor Sigma Delta Chi; Daily (3) (4); Choral Union (3); Glee Club (4). HAMILTON COCHRAN Detroit Delta Sigma Pi; Pi Epsilon Delta; V. F. W.; Commerce Club; Round-Up Club; Players ' Club; Daily (2) (3); Wolverine (2); Union Summer Spotlight Committee (2); Upper Class Advisory Com- mittee (4); Underclass Conduct Committee (2). Lois M. COCHRAN Port Huron HARRIET COLCORD Clairton, Pennsylvania Kappa Alpha Theta. OLIVE COLEMAN Marshall Pi Beta Phi. DOROTHY M. COLLIER Detroit HELEN B. CONDON Detroit REBECCA D. CONDON Hancock Kappa Alpha Theta; Athena Literary Society; Sigma Delta Phi. HARRY G. COOK Muskegon Heights Wrestling (3). JOHN COOK Hillsdale Delta Tau Delta, Kappa Chapter. Thirty-two ROBERT J. COOPER Detroit Alpha Tau Omega; Nu Sigma Xu; Literary Vice Pres. Union (4); Union Registration Committee (3). ROSE LILLIAN CORBETT Detroit Theta Phi Alpha. JOHN RICHARD COTTIN Augusta, Georgia Omega Psi Phi; Monon Club; Lnion Upper Class Adv isory Committee. MILDRED IRENE COULTER Detroit Delta Delta Delta. MARGARET V. COWAX Crafton, Pennsylvania MARY COYNE Detroit Girls ' Educational Club; La Sociedad Hispanica. JESSIE LANE CRAIG Ann Arbor Delta Sigma Theta. HAROLD D. CRANE Owosso MARGARET CRITTEXDEN Takoma Park, D. C. Gamma Phi Beta. DONALD CROSBY Kalamazoo Theta Chi; Class Baseball (3); Class Basketball (3). KATHLEEN CURRAH Windsor, Ontario Alpha Xi Delta; Masques. CHARLES EDGAR CURTIS Wadsworth, Ohio Beta Theta Pi. FOLGER TOM GUSHING Elyria, Ohio Alpha Delta Phi; Class Hockey. RICHARD DANA CUTTING Kalamazoo Delta Tau Delta; Daily (4); Press Club. Thirty-three JOHN I. DAKIN Pasadena, California Delta Kappa Epsilon; Druids; Sphinx; Daily (i) (2) (3); Union Opera (2). NORMAN C. DAMON Detroit Phi Delta Theta; Sigma Delta Chi; Daily (i) (2); Chairman Union Sunday Meetings Committee (3); Chairman Class Finance Committee (2). GERTRUDE HASKELL DATES Cleveland, Ohio KENNETH W. DAVENPORT Rochester, New York Chi Psi; Daily (i); Wolverine (3). MILDRED R. DAVIS East Lansing JOHN P. DAWSON, JR Detroit Phi Delta Phi; Daily (2) (3); Night Editor (4); Michiganensian (3) (4). CLARABELLE S. DAY Marshall Daily (2); Junior Girls ' Play. MARJORIE DEAM Niles Zeta Tau Alpha; Girls ' Glee Club (2) (3) (4); Junior Girls ' Play; Classical Club, Secy. (2). VICTOR H. DEBAEKE Detroit BERTHA E. DEBOER Grand Rapids RUTH DEEMER Fremont, Ohio Pi Beta Phi; Mortarboard; Wyvern. JOSEPH E. DEFLEY Des Moines, Iowa MARY ALBERTA VANDEINSE Greenville Women ' s League Publicity Committee (3); Senior Society. LOUISE DEKRAKER Grand Rapids Players ' Club. Thirty-four DON T. DELMET Wakeficld Gogebic County Club; Forestry Club; Union Upperclass Advisory Committee. GAIL E. DENSMORE Mason FLORENCE BURD DERRICK Tarrntum, Pennsylvania Zeta Tau Alpha; Comedy Club; Mummers; Athena Literary Society; Girls ' Glee Club; Pennsyl- vania Club; Junior Girls ' Play. GLADYS TEELE DETWYLER Yonkers, New York Kappa Kappa Gamma. HENRY C. DEVEREAUX Howell Ferris Institute Club. PHILIP DIAMOND . . Buffalo, New York Mu Alpha Society; Union Opera Composer (2); Union Orchestra (2); Mimes (2). RALPH DIETERLE Detroit Delta Sigma Phi; Round-Up Club. JOHN MORTON DODSON Rochester, New York Delta Upsilon. JAMES F. DOETSCH MarquetU LAWRENCE H. J. DORNBOS . Grand Haven Delta Sigma Phi; Players ' Club. EDNA RENILDE DOUGHTY Beacon, New York Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Girls ' Glee Club; Choral Union. EGBERT V. DOUGHTY Brooklyn, New York OTTO T. DRAEWELL Detroit Delta Sigma Pi. YALTER G. DRAEWELL . Detroit Thirty-five DOROTHY DEAN DUBUAR . . Northville Kappa Kappa Gamma. Louis M. DYLL Helena, Montana S. C. A. Cabinet (4); Pres. Lutheran Student ' s Club. RUSSELL L. EDISON Grand Rapids Phi Kappa Sigma. GLADYS C. EDMONDSON . Morgantown, West Virginia Players ' Club. SALLY HARRIET EHRLICH ... . Detroit Alpha Epsilon Phi; Junior Girls ' Play; Girls ' Glee Club. WALTER G. EIBLER Ann Arbor PHILLIPS PACKER ELLIOTT Ypsilanti Alpha Tau Omega; Cygnus; Adelphi; S. C. A. Cabinet. ROBERT D. ENO Hamburg, New York Lambda Chi Alpha; Round-Up Club. JAMES M. A. ERBAUGH Denver, Colorado Alpha Nu; Players ' Club; Westerners. FRANCIS H. EYRE Little Palley, New York ISABELLE L. FARNAM Flint Daily (i) (2). ALFRED C. FARRELL Cass City FRANKLIN D. FARRELL Waterbury, Connecticut Alpha Nu. NEAL B. FEARRON Sparta Thirty-six ALBERT L. P ' EDERMAN Cleveland, Ohio Phi Sigma Delta. HELEN FEETHAM Sault Stf. Marie Collegiate Sorosis; Choral Union; Junior Girls ' Play; Freshman Spread Committee. THOMAS CRAIG FERGUSON ' , JR Grand Rapids Alpha Delta Phi, Union Opera (i). DONALD A. FILDEW Pontiac Alpha Tau Omega. DOROTHY JANET FINK Detroit ELLEN L. FINLEY Dowagiac Theta Phi Alpha. ELOISE FITCH Jackson EDWARD E. FOESS Mount Pleasant Rainbow Club. GRACE WENTWORTH FORD Mill ( ' alley, California Alpha Chi Omega; Athena Literary Society; Westerners; Women ' s League Finance Committee. HAZEL C. FORRESTER Empire Alpha Chi Omega. VIOLET H. FOSTER Hudson Zeta Tau Alpha; Classical Club; Girls ' Educational Club, V ice-Pres. WILLIAM H. FRANKHAUSER Hillsdalt Delta Sigma Rho; Chicago-Michigan Varsity Debate, (3); Cheerleader (3) (4). BERNICE FRAZER Cheboygan Educational Club; Mandolin Club. FLORENCE FREEMAN .... Flint Alpha Phi; Hockey (i) (2) (4); Baseball (2) (4); Junior Girls ' Play cast. Thirty-seven JAMES G. FREY ... .... DuBois, Pennsylvania Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Michigamua; Sigma Delta Chi; Sphinx; Pennsylvania Club; Daily (i); Managing Editor 1922 Michiganensian; Union Reception Committee, Chairman (4); S. C. A. Cabinet; Chairman Class Day Committee (4); Craftsmen ' s Club; II Circo ' .o Italiano. JOHN C. FROST, JR Detroit Zeta Psi. MRS. CARL H. FRY Ann Arbor Louis W. FUESS Erie, Pennsylvania Lambda Chi Alpha; Forestry Club; Les Voyageurs. NORMA ALTHA FULLER 4nn Arbor Mu Phi Epsilon. MARIE A. GAERTNER Shamokin, Pennsylvania Theta Phi Alpha; Scroll; Students ' Directory (4); Freshman Girls ' Glee Club. JAMES ARTHUR GALLERY Caro LELAND L. GALT Ardmore, Oklahom a Sigma Delta Kappa; Oratorical Board (2) (3); Press Club. MARGARET E. GAMBLE Detroit Zeta Tau Alpha; La Sociedad Hispanica; Players ' Club; Girls ' Glee Club (3) (4). W. H. GARRETT Detroit JULIA C. GARST . .... Wichita, Kansas Players ' Club. JANE GARTLAND .... Canandaigua, New York MARGUERITE WALKER GEIGER Dryden Kappa Delta; Junior Girls ' Play. MILTON S. GEIGER . Alliance, Ohio Gargoyle (i) (2) (3) (4). Thirty-eigh i " ' " ' " ' " " ' " " " " " " ' " " ' " ' " CHARLES WXLKER GIBFORD Adrian Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Michigan Alpha Chapter; A. I. E. E. FREDERICK GIELOW Detroit R. ELIZABETH GIER Lansing Collegiate Sorosis. WILLIAM GIBERSON GILBERT - Grand Rapids Sigma Phi. DAVID GILCHRIST, JR Berra, Ohio Adelphi; Craftsmen ' s Club; Players ' Club. MARCUS GINSBURG Detroit Athletic Program (l) (2). A. LAWRENCE GLEASON Lansing Phi Chi; Chimes. JAMES V. GLOVER Ann Arbor Phi Mu Alpha. JAMES DAVID GLUXT Union City, Indiana L " . of M. Rifle Club; Quadrangles; Craftsmen ' s Club. I. ALLAN GOLDSTEIN . St. Clair Phi Sigma Delta; Adelphi (i); Commerce Club; Classical Club; St. Clair County Club; Daily (l); Athletic Program (3) (4); Class Baseball (i), Soccer (i), Tennis (l); Freshman Debate; Pres. Menorah Society. GEORGE S. GOODELL Lansing RUTH HEWITT GOODHUE .... Cleveland, Ohio Kappa Kappa Gamma; Sigma Delta Phi; Masques; Yice-Pres. Y. W. C. A.; Junior Girls ' Play. DAVID M. GOODMAN Flint Commerce Club; Cosmopolitan Club. WILL Z. GOODSITE Sioux City, Iowa Phi Sigma Delta; Varsity Baseball (l); Michiganensian (3) (4). Thirty- nine MORRIS E. GORDON ... Newark, New Jersey Kappa Nu; Liberal Club; Newark Club; Mandolin Club (3) (4); Union Swimming Pool Campaign Committee; Union Upper Class Advisory Committee. FRANCIS A. GORMAN Detroit DOROTHEA GOSPILL Ann Arbor Louis GOTTLIEB Detroit GILBERT F. GOWER Farmington, New Mexico Adelphi; La Sociedad Hispanica. WALDO W. GOWER South Bend, Indiana Craftsmen ' s Club; General Chairman, Union Upper Class Advisory Committee (4); Student Coun- cil (3); Gargoyle (l) (2) (3); Michiganensian (i) (2) (3); V. F. W., Sr. Vice Comdr. (2). IVAN F. GRAHAM Croswell Beta Theta Pi; Class Baseball (3). DAVID GRAY Grand Rapids Phi Sigma Kappa. GEORGE F. GREEN Dowagiac Delta Upsilon; Phi Rho Sigma; Chimes (i) (2); Varsity Band (2) (3). FRANCIS A. GREENBAUM Muskegon Municipal Administration Club (4); Players ' Club (4); Freshman Glee Club; Varsity Debate (4). EDWIN GREENLEAF Bay City Delta Theta Phi; Round-Up Club; Craftsmen ' s Club. FRED J. GRETZINGER . Ironwood Craftsmen ' s Club; Gogebic Club. LAURA GRIDLEY Detroit Gamma Phi Beta. EARL T. GRIFFIS Ann Arbor Alpha Epsilon Mu; Varsity Band. Forty JOSEPH B. GRIGSBY New Castle, Pennsylvania Sigma Delta Kappa; Pennsylvania Club. EDNA GROFF Grand Rapids Delta Delta Delta; President Women ' s League; Girls ' Educational Club; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Chimes, Board of Directors; University Services Committee (4). HARRY B. GRUNDY Taylonille, Illinois Kappa Beta Psi; Sigma Delta Chi; Daily (2) (3) (4); Wolverine Sports Editor (3). LESTER H. GUENSBURG Menominee Phi Epsilon Pi. MELVIN E. GUGGENHEIM Chicago, Illinois Zeta Beta Tau; Union Recording Secy. Committee (3). HARRIET CUMMING GUSTIN Bay City Gamma Phi Beta; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Masques; Cercle Francais; Girls ' Glee Club; Bus. Mgr. Junior Girls ' Play; Bus. Mgr. Senior Girls ' Play. CARL W. GUSTKE Detroit JOHN A. GVSTUS, JR Detroit Kappa Beta Psi. RUTH HADDOCK Greenfield, Iowa Girls ' Educational Club. HAZEN HAFER 4drian HA RLAND F. HAGADONE .... .... Big Rapids Cygnus. HAROLD T. HALL . . . WcstMd, ' ev York Theta Delta Chi; Union Opera (2). ANNA HALLIDAY Detroit CLIFFORD WILLIAM HAM -Inn Arbor Municipal Administration Club, Pres.; Ferris Institute Club, Pres. Forty-one Us? ELIZABETH JANE HAMER Los Angeles, California Masques; Players ' Club; Girls ' Educational Club. BENJAMIN HAROLD HAMNER, JR Williams-port, Pennsylvania Sigma Phi Epsilon. PAUL D. HANSHOE Mount I ' ernon, Indiana Phi Kappa Psi, Indiana University. F. MORRIS HART Anderson, Indiana Phi Delta Theta; Delta Sigma Pi; Commerce Club (3), Executive Committee (4). HOWARD W. HART Berthand, Colorado Delta Sigma Pi. HARRY HARTMAN Detroit LEWIS H. HARTZEIL Latrobe, Pennsylvania Sigma Phi Epsilon; Les Voyageurs; Forestry Club. BEATA M. HASLEY ' Monroe Sigma Delta Phi; Senior Society; Wyvern; Daily (2) (3); Girls ' Glee Club (2) (3) (4); Athena Literary Society; Junior Girls ' Play; Girls ' Mandolin Club (2); Girls ' Educational Club. ROBERT W. HASTINGS Joliet, Illinois Theta Delta Chi. CLARENCE HATCH, JR Detroit Sigma Delta Chi; Union Dance Committee (3), Publicity Committee (4); Assistant Baseball Mgr. (3). HARRY S. HAWKINS J ' ermillion, South Dakota HAROLD HAWKS Colorado Springs, Colorado Sigma Nu; Gargoyle (i); Chimes (2); Publication Manager (4). CAMILLA LOUISE HAYDEN Tecumseh Collegiate Sorosis; Comedy Club; Choral Union (l) (2) (3) (4); Mortarboard; Chairman Inter- collegiate Committee (4); Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Hockey (i); Comedy Club. MARY KATHERINE HEALY Pontiac Theta Phi Alpha; Pontiac Club; Junior Girls ' Play. Forty-two FRANCIS M. HEATH Saugatuck Kappa Beta Psi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Druids; Daily (i) (2), Publication Mgr. (3), Advertising Mgr. (4); Assistant Business Manager Chimes (4.). RALPH V. HENEMAN Pembina, Xorth Dakota Alpha Kappa Psi; U. S. M. C. Club. ETTA MARGARET HENRY Detroit Adelia Cheever House Sec. and Treas.; Northwestern Club. MILDRED LOUISE HENRY Detroit Gamma Phi Beta; Masques; Comedy Club; Sigma Delta Phi; Baseball; Hockey. ARLINE HERNAM Grand Rapids JULIUS JOHN HERSCHEY Otvosso JEANETTE ELLEN HEWITT ..... ... Manistique FRED P. HIBBERD Detroit GEORGIA K. HICKS Afaysrille, Kentucky Delta Gamma; Junior Girls ' Play. ALBERT E. HILDEBRAND Owosso JOHN GORDON HILL Port Huron Phi Kappa Psi. RAYMOND G. HILL Colon I. ARTHUR HILLS Grand Rapids Phi Sigma Kappa. SAMUEL H. HIMELSTEIN ... Grand Rapids Union Orchestra. Forty-three ' " ' " ' " ' " ' " ' ' " = === ' " " = HORACE VV. HITCHCOCK Fenton Phi Kappa Sigma; U. of M. Boosters. HUGH WELLMAN HITCHCOCK Detroit Delta Kappa Epsilon; Michigamua; Sphinx; Pi Delta Epsilon; Sigma Delta Chi; Daily (i) (2) (3) Assistant Managing Editor (4); Michiganensian (2) (3); Wolverine (3); Publicity Manager of Musical Clubs (2) (3); Student Christian Association, President (4); Cercle Francais; Soph Prom Committee. BEN HOCKSTEIN Bayonne, New Jersey MILTON H. HODGE .... Jackson HYMEN HOFFMAN Ann Arbor LLOYD HOFFMAN Gallon, Ohio WILMER BROWN HOGE Grand Island, Nebraska Kappa Beta Psi; Union Committees (3) (4); Executive Council Commerce Club (3). CLAYTON E. HOLCOMB Redford JACK PHILIP HOLDEN Toronto, Ontario Theta Delta Chi; Players ' Club; Comedy Club; Union Opera (2); Sociedad Hispanica; Glee and Mandolin Club (3). AGNES HOLMQUIST Cleveland, Ohio Stylus; Wyvern; Gargoyle (2) (4); Daily (i) (2) (4); Chairman Publicity Committee Women ' s League (2). ROMA HOOPER Detroit ROSAMONDE ALLEN HOPKINS St. Glair Collegiate Sorosis. TOM N. HORAN . Detroit ROBERT D. HORN Lowell Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Classical Club; Band (i) (2) (3) (4). Forty-four ATHALIE HOUGH Plymouth Theta Phi Alpha; Women ' s Editor 1922 Michiganensian; Cercle Francais; Girls ' Glee Club (2) (3) (4); Junior Girls ' Play; French Play (2). HELEN LOUISE HOUGH Mulvane, Kansas Kappa Kappa Gamma; Players ' Club. Lois E. HOUSEL Ann Arbor MELVIN R. HOUSEMAN Grand Rapids LEAH ELIZABETH HOWARD Ann Arbor Alpha Phi. MARIE K. HUFF Detroit Highland Park Club; Players ' Club; Press Club; Choral Union. ROBERT B. HULETT Marshall ILI.IAM H. HUSBAND Ann Arbor KATHRYN HUTCHINSON . . . ' Huntington, Wesl Virginia Kappa Kappa Gamma. H T. M. INNES Cleveland Heights, Ohio CHARLES EDGAR IRVIN Jackson Psi Upsilon; Student Council (3). GRETTA IUTZI Alma Athena Literary Society; Girls ' Educational Club; Players ' Club. EDWARD TAYLOR IVES, JR Detroit Chi Psi; Advertising Mgr. Chimes (3); Assistant Business Mgr. Chimes (4);J-Hop Committee; Union Spotlight Committees; Master of Properties Union Opera. WARREN E. JACKSON Birmingham Class Hockey (2); Varsity Band (3). i Forty-five ABRAHAM JAFFE Soynt Falls Educational Club; Commerce Club; Up-Stater Basketball Team (2); Menorah Society. HELEN L. JAMES l ron Mountain ROBERT B. JAMES Ann Arbor Beta Phi Delta. CLAYTON F. JENNINGS H a i e HARRIETT ALICE JOHNSON Erie, Kansas Zeta Tau Alpha; Kansas Club; Hockey (3). JENNIE SOPHIA JOHNSON . . Ironwood Girls ' Educational Club; Phillips Scholarship (2). HAROLD A. JOHNSTONE Wheeler ESTABAN L. JOSE Dumaguete, P. I. Philippine Michigan Club; Cosmopolitan Club. NORMA JUDSON Grand Rapids Wyvern; Freshman Spread Committee Chairman; Junior Girls ' Play. ARTHUR F. KAATZ Grand Haven Delta Sigma Phi. G. FREDERICK KALMBACH Grand Rapids Phi Sigma Kappa. LYMAN RUSSELL KALMBACH North Baltimore, Ohio BESSIE B. KANOUSE Quincy NATHAN N. KAPLAN . Hartford, Connecticut New England Club; Menorah Society, Treas. Forty-six VILLIAM B. KEEGAN Waterbury, Connecticut DOROTHY G. KEHL Northport GEORGE F. KEIPER, JR LaFayttte, Indiana Phi Delta Theta; Gargoyle (2). WARREN H. KELLER LaPortt, Indiana Sigma Phi Epsilon; Craftsmen ' s Club. OGDEN A. KELLEY Washington, D. C. Delta Tau Delta ; V. F. V.; Cabinet Club. MARCIA LUCILE KELLY Ann Arbor Delta Gamma. ISABEL M. KEMP Bad Axe Delta Delta Delta; Junior Girls ' Play; Class Social Committee (3); University Girls ' Glee Club; Sigma Delta Phi; Masques; Comedy Club; Players ' Club. CYRIL L. KENDALL Titusville, Pennsylvania Phylon; Cosmopolitan Club; Pennsylvania Club. ESTHER ROBBINS KENNEDY Lansing Collegiate Sorosis; Freshman Spread Committee. RUSSELL A. KENT Ypsilanti Sigma Delta Kappa. OSCAR F. KERLIN Ann Arbor L. ARMSTRONG KERN Mattoon, Illinois Acacia; Pi Delta Epsilon; Craftsmen ' s Club; Classical Club; Daily (2), Editorial Board (3), Chair- man (4); Managing Editor Wolverine (4); Associate Editor Michigan Alumnus (4); General Chair- man Western Conference Radio News Service (4); " Red Feather " (2). OSCAR FREDRICK KEYDEL, JR Detroit RICHARD KHUEN, III . . Sewickley, Pennsylvania Psi Upsilon; Comedy Club; Pennsylvania Club; Asst. Chairman Union Membership Committee (3) (4); Union Opera (2); Class Baseball; Glee and Mandolin Club (l) (2) (3). Forly-set ' en " " ' " ' " " ' " ' " " ' " " r 1 " ' " ' " " ' " LUCILE KILBOURNE Ann Arbor NEWTON KING ... Detroit Phi Epsilon Pi. MADALYN L. KIRKPATRICK Battle Creek Pi Beta Phi; Classical Club; Chimes; Hockey (2) (3) (4); Baseball (3). MARGARET W. KIRKPATRICK Topeka, Kansas CAMDEN R. KITSON Ann Arbor EARLE C. KNEALE Pontiac Delta Theta Phi; Craftsmen ' s Club; Pontiac Club; Press Club; Union Opera (i); Freshman Glee Club; Choral Union. FRED B. KNIFFEN Superior, Wisconsin Beta Phi Delta; Sigma Gamma Epsilon. JULIUS H. KOEGLE Sandusky, Ohio Alpha Chi Rho. J. MARION KOEPCKE Detroit Junior Girls ' Play. Louis FREDERICK KOLB Bay City BEULAH KOLLAR . Lakewood, Ohio CHESTER KONDRATOWICZ Gaylord DONALD PERKINS KOTTS Toledo, Ohio H. OTTO KRIEGER Petoskey Alpha Chi Rho; Symphony Orchestra (l) (2); Varsity Band (2). Forty-eight CHESTER F. KUHX . . . Detroit Minstrelsy (2); Union Spotlight (3); Union Opera (3) (4). SIGMVND KUNSTADTER Chicago, Illinois Daily (2), Classified Mpr. (3); Asst. Chairman Union Upper Class Advisory Committee (4); Union Committees (2) (3) (4). SIDNEY LEWIS LAFEVER Corning, Kew York Phi Chi. ETHA LAMB . .... London, Ontario KENDALL V. LAMKIX ... Good Hart Craftsmen ' s Club. BELINDA LANCASHIRE ...... Chtboygan D. IOHN LANDIS . . . Goshen, Indiana ' Alpha Delta Phi. GLENN A. LANDON . . Battle Creek JOHN C. LANE . Detroit Psi Upsilon. MARGERY LANG .... . ... Denver, Colorado Players ' Club; Westerners ' Club. FREEMAN ARTHUR LANSON .... Tionesta, Pennsylvania Varsity Glee Club. KATHRYN LARKIN Dowagiac Collegiate Sorosis; Y. V. C. A. Cabinet (3); Wyvern. MILDRED LARuE . Kingtvood, West Virginia GEORGE ERVIN LATCHAW Kibbie Educational Club. Forty-nine WALTER H. LATHERS Ypsilanti MARY JANE LAWSON Detroit Pi Beta Phi; Y. W. C. A. Social Committee (3); Girls ' Glee Club; Junior Girls ' Play. FRANK HOWARD LEE, JR Detroit Trigon; Alpha Kappa Psi; Union Opera Committee (2); Union Recording Secretary (4); Episcopal Vice-President S. C. A. (4). R. ARTHUR LEE . Detroit University Symphony Orchestra. SALVADOR M. LEJARZA Cranada, Nicaragua CAROLINE MAE LEONARD Detroit Chi Omega; Players ' Club; Class Social Committee (2); Soph Prom Committee; Asst. Chairman Junior Girls ' Play. L. KEITH LEPARD Grand Ledge Beta Phi Delta. MEYER M. LEVIN . . Detroit JANE K. LEVY Munising SAUL LAURENCE LEWANDORF Newark, New Jersey Phi Sigma Delta; Craftsmen ' s Club. BEN W. LEWIS Mount Pleasant Acolytes; Press Club, Secretary; Commerce Club, Executive Board. LEONARD B. LEWY Chicago, Illinois Zeta Beta Tau; Informal Varsity Swimming (i) (2); Chimes (i) (2); Class Swimming; Union Opera (3) (4)- ALFRED E. LINDBLOOM Moline, Illinois Delta Theta Phi. JOSEPH LINDER Bayonne, New Jersey Bayonne Club; Class Football; Class Basketball; Class Baseball. Fifty W. F. LINDERMAN Oswego, New York Sigma Nu. HAROLD BYRON LIPSITZ Highland Park Players ' Club. ALLEN B. LOCKE Port Huron OLIVE ELIZABETH LOCKVVOOD Milford Athena Literary Society; Senior Society; Junior Girls ' Play Cast; Players ' Club; Mummers. HERBERT A. LOEB, JR Chicago, Illinois CLINTON V. LONGWILL Indiana, Pennsylvania Sigma Phi Epsilon. AMY GOODHUE LOOMIS . Grand Rapids Chi Omega; Comedy Club; Masques, President (4); Players ' Club; Stylus; Vyvern; Secretary Women ' s League (3); Junior Girls ' Play. GEORGE M. LOTT Denver, Colorado Delta Sigma Pi; Alpha Xu; Boxing Club; Y. F. VV.; Commerce Club; Westerners Club; Chimes (2) (3); R. O. T. C. GORDON LOUD Detroit Alpha Delta Phi; Cercle Francais; Mimes; L ' nion Opera (2) (3) (4). NEVA M. LOVEWELL South Lyon Mortarboard; Senior Society; V. W. C. A. Cabinet (3); Bd. of Directors Women ' s League (4). HAROLD J. LOWRY Tecumseh Craftsmen ' s Club; Mgr. Freshman Glee Club (i); Glee Club (2) (3) (4). HsiNG-HuAN Lu Anhwei, China Chinese Students ' Club; Cosmopolitan Club. HERMAN G. LUSTFIELD Crystal Falls Craftsmen ' s Club; Iron County Club; Daily (i); Symphony Orchestra (i). HENRY W. LUTZ Adrian Alpha Tau Omega. Fifty-one ESTHER LYON Owosso Kappa Alpha Theta. JOSEPH W. McAuLiFFE Albion Delta Tau Delta; All-Fresh Football. FRANCES McCALL Kronan, Saskatchewan DUNCAN ALLISTER MCALLUM Detroit Psi Upsilon. HELEN McCALLUM Ann Arbor Delta Delta Delta. WILLIAM R. McCLOY Bay City Delta Sigma Pi; Varsity Track (2) (4); Freshman Track (i); Union Orchestra (3) (4); Yarsity Glee Club (4); Overseas Club (2); V. F. W.; Gun and Blade; Craftsmen ' s Club; Commerce Club (3), Executive Committee (4); Union Upper Class Advisory Committee (3). MARIE McCoRMACK Ithaca Players ' Club. HELEN JOYCE McCuRDV . Detroit Kappa Kappa Gamma; Comedy Club; Cercle Francais; Mortarboard; Yice-Pres. Women ' s League (4); Masques; Players ' Club; Sigma Delta Phi; Junior Girls ' Play. CAROL G. MCDONALD . Holly Chi Omega; Wyvern; Chairman Junior Advisors; Bd. of Directors Women ' s League (3) (4). EDNA HARDY McFARLAN Ann Arbor JOHN CHARLES McGiNNis Pitcairn, Pennsylvania Sigma Phi Epsilon. GERTRUDE C. McGRAiN Clyde Theta Phi Alpha. R. WILLIAM MCGREGOR Birch Run Phi Beta Pi. HELEN MC!NTOSH Toledo, Ohio Kappa Alpha Theta. Fifty-two DONALD A. MC!XTYRE ...................... Yale Chi Phi; Alpha Kappa Psi;Craftsmen ' s Club; Union Dance Committee (3); Union Opera (3); Commerce Club Reorganization Committee. WILLIAM MACKEXSEX ..................... inn Arbor Acolytes (2) (3) (4); Glee Club (i) (2). LORATIUS Lucius McKENZiE ............... Mindrn, Louisiana Omega Psi Phi. CHARLES Louis MADDEN ...... ....... ........ Bay City MARJORIE MAHER .... Montclair, New Jersey Alpha Phi. AXXE S. MAKIELSKI .................... Ann Arbor Kappa Delta. LOWELL J. MANTLE ................. Kenova, West Virginia Aeronautical Club; Dixie Club. GLENN H. MARCY .................... Conneaut, Ohio . F. .; Gun and Blade; Commerce Club President (4). NAVARRE MARENTAY .................. Kingsville, Ontario Sigma Chi; Alpha Sigma; Cercle Francais; Union Opera (3). JULIAN S. MARKS .................... Cincinnati, Ohio Zeta Beta Tau. BRENTON J. MARLAXD .................. Cincinnati, Ohio FRANCES W. MARRIS ................... Grand Rapids Players ' Club; Girls ' Educational Club; Choral Union (i) (2) (3). WESLEY MARSTOX ..................... Kalamazoo Commerce Club; Symphony Orchestra. FIXETTE MARTIN ................ ..... Toledo, Ohio Kappa Alpha Theta. Fifty-three MARGARET A. MARTIN Kalamazoo BEATRICE MARTHA MASON ... ... . Saginaw Pi Beta Phi. G. T. MATSUDA lyo, Japan ARTHUR N. MATTHEWS . . .... Detroit MARY S. MENGES .... York, Pennsylvania Mandolin Club; Choral Union. MAURICE BERNARD MENKE Greenville, Ohio CORINNE E. MERKEL Euclid, Ohio ROBERT M. MERSEREAU Dowagiac Theta Chi. Louis A. MICHAEL Kansas City, Missouri WILLIAM W. MICHAELS Kansas City, Missouri Phi Delta Theta; Mimes; U. of M. Boosters; Druids; Gargoyle (i) (2) (3); General Chairman Spot- light Vaudeville (3); Hutchins Portrait Committee; Union Opera (2); Minstrel Show (2); Student Council (4). OSWALD CARL MICHELMANN Grand Island, Nebraska Varsity Glee Club (3); S. C. A. Cabinet (2) (3). HELEN MIDDLESWART ... Marietta, Ohio Alpha Chi Omega; Comedy Club (3) (4); Athena Literary Society (2) (3) (4); Daily (2); Junior Girls ' Play; Y. W. C. A. Tea Room Committee (3). DORIS MILLER Milan Mu Phi Epsilon. FRED L. MILLER ... Sturgis Fifty-four GERALDIXE L. MILLER Adrian Kappa Kappa Gamma; Girls ' Glee Club (3) (4). JESS F. MILLER Ypsilanti MORROW C. MILLER Detroit Kappa Beta Psi. THOMAS H. MILLER Detroit Sigma Phi Epsilon; Union Opera (3). WENDELL S. MILLER Nortkville Men ' s Educational Club; Craftsmen ' s Club; Commerce Club. RUTH MILDRED MILLS Detroit Alpha Chi Omega; Treasurer Women ' s League (3); Soph Prom Committee; Hockey (2); Baseball (2); Glee Club (2) (3) (4); Junior Girls ' Play Cast. HELEN G. MITCHELL Flint Chi Omega; Students ' Directory (2) (3); Junior Girls ' Play. MAY V. MITCHELL Ann Arbor Cosmopolitan Club. SYDNEY D. MOELLER Decatur, Illinois Psi Upsilon; Union Opera (3). M. D. MOERSH Lakftcood, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilon. KATHAREXE MONTGOMERY Ann Arbor Delta Delta Delta; Mortarboard; Daily (2) (3) (4); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (4); Athena Literary Society. JOSEPH WARREN MOREY Detroit Junior Vice-Commander, University Post American Legion; Dixie Club; Kentucky Club; Football Reserves (2) (3) (4). NATALIE MORGAN Adrian HELEN MOSELEY . Chicago, Illinois Alpha Phi. Fifty-five = MARY HORTON MOSELEY Chicago, Illinois Alpha Phi; Baseball; Hockey; Junior Girls ' Play. BARTON J. MOTHERSILL Windsor, Ontario Alpha Tau Omega. GUY R. MOULTHROP Bay City Psi Upsilon. MARGARET ISABELLA MOYE Detroit La Sociedad Hispanica; Junior Girls ' Play. HELEN MUNGER Holly MARIE MUNRO St. John; HELEN MUNSON Greenville CHRISTINE MURKETT Chattanooga, Tennessee Pi Beta Phi; Junior Girls ' Play; Glee Club; Pi Epsilon Delta; Comedy Club; Masques. RUSSELL L. MUSTARD .... Midland Phi Beta Pi; President 1924 Medical Class (4). H. MAREE MYER Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Alpha Epsilon Phi. CAROLINE NAPIER St. Joseph Alpha Phi; Wyvern; Comedy Club; Class Vice-President (2); Baseball (l) (2) (3) (4); Hockey (i) ( 2 ) (3); Junior Girls ' Play; Freshman Spread Committee. JEROME L. NATHAN New York, New York Phi Epsilon Pi. ARTHUR W. NEELEY Paulding, Ohio ELEANOR M. NEIL Detroit Mortarboard; Wyvern; Senior Society. fifty-six ' " ' " ' " ' " " ' " ' ' " " " ' ' " " ' ' " ' " " = CHESTER E. NELSON Marquette MAYNARD A. NEWTON Pontiac Kappa Sigma; Druids; Sphinx; Daily (i) (2); Union Life Membership Committee (2), Chairman (3) (4); Chairman Union Swimming Pool Campaign (3); Spotlight Vaudeville Committee (2) (3); Band Bounce Committee (2) (3); Class Social Committee (3), Chairman (2) (4). LVCILE NICHOLS ... Danville, Indiana Choral Union; Classical Club. MARIAN M. NICHOLS Hampton, f ' irginia Kappa Delta; Daily (2); Hockey (4). EARL H. NICHOLSON Grand Rapids Alpha Nu; Craftsmen ' s Club; Intramural Basketball Manager (3); Class Basketball (2) (3). WILLIAM T. NOACK Detroit IRENE MASON NORRIS Sluffton, Indiana Y. LEROY NL-FER Florence, Kansas Varsity Glee Club. ADA B. Nt-TTEN . Detroit Pi Beta Phi; V. V. C. A. Social Committee; University Girls ' Glee Club; Junior Girls ' Play Cast. ESTHER DEAN NYLAND Grand Haven Gamma Phi Beta. FRANK WILLIAM OAKES Detroit Rainbow Club. RUTH ANN OAKES . Detroit Comedy Club; Junior Girls ' Play. HELEN OWEN O ' LEARY Detroit Gamma Phi Beta. LAWRENCE OLSON Cadillac Fifty-seven ERWIN C. OVERBECK Ann Arbor GERALD P. OVERTON Martinsville, Indiana Phi Gamma Delta; Druids; Sigma Delta Chi; PiDelta Epsilon; Daily (i) (2) (3), Night Editor (4). EUGENE PAKES Omaha, Nebraska Actuarial Society; Union Opera Orchestra (2). EDITH PARKER Detroit Chi Omega. EVANGELINE PARKER Ann Arbor Pi Beta Phi. GENEVRA PARKER Caro Delta Gamma. HOWARD L. PARKER Clinton Commerce Club. LAURA M. PATTERSON Fayette, Ohio Zeta Tau Alpha; Junior Girls ' Play. ROBERT DEMING PATTON Grand Rapid. ' Alpha Sigma Phi; Alpha Kappa Psi; Gargoyle; Union Life Membership Committee; Union Swim- ming Pool Campaign Committee; Mandolin Club. THOMAS BERNARD PAUSZEK Dunkirk, New York Phi Chi; Polonia Literary Circle. ESTHER E. PEARCE Republic ROBERT S. PEARE Rockville, Indiana Sigma Chi; Druids; Sphinx; Student Council (4); Varsity Basketball (2) (3); Football Reserve (2); Class Baseball (2). THELMA F. PECKHAM Lowell ALFRED M. PELHAM . . Detroit Fifty-eight FRANCISCO PENBERTHY Mtnominte Gamma Eta Gamma; " arsity Cross Country (2) (3), Captain (4); Varsity Track (l); President 1924 Law Class (4). RUSSELL S. PERSING Clyde, Ohio Sigma Xu; Druids; Chimes (3), Advertising Mgr. (4);Gargoyle (i) (2);Class Picture Committee (4); Class Social Committee (i). M. DANA PETTIBONE Detroit Collegiate Sorosis; Vyvern. ROSE PHELPS Manton ELIZABETH PHILLIPS Goshen, New York Kappa Alpha Theta. GRACE PIERCE Ann Arbor ROELOF JOHN PIETERS Muskegon CARL A. PINGEL Mount Clemens Mt. Clemens Club. PAULINE PIPER California, Pennsylvania Delta Gamma. GEORGE E. PLANCK Kansas City, Missouri GEORGIANA B. POCKMAN New York, New York Alpha Phi; Vyvern; Freshman Spread Committee; Baseball (i) (2); Hockey (i) (2) (4). FLOYD POINDEXTER Cynthiana, Kentucky Cygnus; Sigma Gamma Epsilon. DORIS M. PORTER Grand Rapids HAROLD JOHN POTTER Niagara Falls, New York Delta Sigma Pi; Commerce Club (3), Executive Committee (4); Union Upperclass Advisory Com- mittee; Varsity Glee Club (2) (3) (4); Fall Band Bounce (3); University Choir (3). Fifty-nine KENNETH POTTER Lennon A. OSCAR POTTS Adrian ROGER K. POWELL . Mount Cilead, Ohio Varsity Football Squad (3) (4). JEHLE ESTER PRICE Grand Rapids LAURENCE A. PRICE Ithaca Alpha Tau Omega; Delta Sigma Pi. RUTH HELEN PROBST Detroit JOHN BOWMAN PROPER Tionesta, Pennsylvania A. H. RANDALL ... Fort Wayne, Indiana Sigma Nu; Chairman Class Financial Committee (2); Class Football (2); Marine Club. MARY FOOTE RANDALL Ann Arbor Collegiate Sorosis. CHARLES J. RASH Ann Arbor Phi Kappa Sigma. HARRY N. RATH Utica, New York Delta Sigma Pi; Boxing Club, Secretary (3) (4); U. of M. Boosters (4); Commerce Club President (4)- WALTER BURNETTE REA Erie, Pennsylvania Phi Gamma Delta; Michigamua; Sphinx; Varsity Basketball (2) (3), Captain (4); Varsity Track (2) (3) (4); Class President (4); All-Fresh Basketball, Captain; All-Fresh Track; Student Council (4); Student Advisory Committee (3) (4); S. C. A. Cabinet (4); Chairman University Services Com- mittee (4). ALAN H. REEKIE Detroit Chi Psi; Cercle Francais. FLORENCE REINER Detroit Kappa Kappa Gamma; Michiganensian (3) (4). Sixty ' IB " L Ba a ' ' ' " gl al = MAURICE P. RHODES Bowdle, South Dakota V. F. W.; American Legion; Students ' Directory (4). INES F. RIECER Ann Arbor Alpha Xi Delta. JULIAN CLARENCE RILEY Townsend, Montana Players ' Club; Union Library Committee Chairman; Union Housing Committee. PHILIP E. RINGER . . . .... Chicago, Illinois Zeta Beta Tau; Mimes; Michiganensian (i) (2) (3) (4); Union Entertainment Committee (3); Union Opera Committee (4); Union Opera (i) (2) (3); Players ' Club. DORA RITCHIE Saull Stf. Marie Delta Delta Delta; Junior Girls ' Play. ROBERT B. RITTER ... ... Oakwood Alpha Nu; Players ' Club, President; Varsity Debating Team; Delta Sigma Rho. Fivus RIVKIX Highland Park E RAWSON ROBBINS Dttroit Psi Upsilon. V. KENNETH ROBERTSON . East Orangt, .Yra- Jersey Cygnus; Alpha Nu; Players ' Club; Commerce Club. RUTH ELISABETH ROBINSON Medina, Ohio Kappa Kappa Gamma. EVELYN FAY ROCKWELL Pontiac Chi Omega; Players ' Club; Masques; " Red Feather " (2); Sigma Delta Phi; VVyvern; Junior Girls ' Play; Michiganensian, (3) (4); Basketball (2) (3) (4); Baseball (2) (3) (4); Hockey (3); University Girls ' Glee Club, Treas. (3). RICHARD F. RODE Grand Rapids Alpha Tau Omega. EDELAINE RODEN ... Grand Rapids Players ' Club; Masques; Michiganensian (i) (2); Girls ' Glee Club; Junior Girls ' Play. ALDEN F. ROE . . Palisades, Colorado Sixty-one WALLACE A. ROE ... ' ... Ann Arbor Phi Kappa Alpha THEKLA E. B. ROESE Mount Clemens Alpha Chi Omega; Mortarboard; VVyvern, President; Stylus; Girls ' Educational Club; Board of Representatives Women ' s League, Secretary (2); Hockey (i) (2); Tennis (2); Baseball (i) (2) (3) (4); Mummers, Treasurer (3); Junior Girls ' Play; Players ' Club Program Committee (4); Univer- sity Girls ' Glee Club; Senior Girls ' Play Committee; Vocational Chairman Women ' s League (4); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3) (4); University Services Committee. CHARLES C. ROGLER Cottonwood Falls, Kansas JACOB ROGVOY . . Detroit EMMOR P. ROOD Toledo, Ohio ESSE V. ROSENBERG . .... Canonsburg, Pennsylvania ISIDOR ROSENMAN .... Cleveland, Ohio ESTHER Ross . . Toledo, Ohio Kappa Alpha Theta. HAROLD D. ROWE Eloomfield, Iowa V. F. ' W.; Craftsmen ' s Club. SARAH ROANA ROWE LeRoy, Kansas Gamma Phi Beta. WILLIAM H. ROWE . . .... Beacon LORENE ROWEN Joliel, Illinois ORA W. RUSH Red Oak, Iowa Beta Phi Delta; Delta Theta Phi; Union Committees (4); Class President (3); Class Basketball (2) (3); Varsity Glee Club (2); Oratorical Assn. President (4); Players ' Club; Boxing Club (2), Treasurer (3); Adelphi; S. C. A. Cabinet (4); Varsity Debate (4). ROBERT SAGE Detroit Alpha Sigma Phi; Sigma Delta Chi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Daily (2) (3) (4); Michiganensian (2) (3); Union Opera (4). Sixty-two SYDNEY SARASOHN . Detroit Zeta Beta Tau; Pi Delta Epsilon; Druids; Gargoyle (l) (2) (3), Bus. Mgr. (4); Opera Program Committee (2) (3), Chairman (4). THORNTOX V. SARGENT, JR. . ... . . . Wichita, Kansas Zeta Psi; Sigma Delta Chi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Druids; Daily (i), Night Editor (2) (3); Magazine Editor (4);Mng. Editor 1920 Wolverine; Athletic Editor, Michiganensian (4);Student Council(3), Treasurer (4). MADELINE SCALES Saugatuck University Girls ' Glee Club. MARGARET SCAMAHORXE Steubenrille, Ohio Zeta Tau Alpha. MILTON G. SCHAXCUPP Flint C. HENRY SCHERER Detroit RICHARD SCHEVRMAN Bay City Delta Upsilon. ELIZABETH SCHIEFFELIX IPellsboro, Pennsylvania Kappa Alpha Theta. KARL HAROLD SCHILLINGER Detroit Siama Phi Epsilon; Phi Beta Pi; Varsity Mandolin Club; Union Orchestra; Union Opera; Fresh- man Glee Club. NATHAN SCHLAFER Detroit Kappa Nu. JAMES JOSEPH SCHMALTZ ... ... Chicago, Illinois EVA R. SCHMIDT .... Saginaw IRMA SCHNAUFFER Lakewood, Ohio Alpha Omicron Pi. MARGARET SCHNAPLE . . Detroit Delta Gamma; Vyvern; Mortarboard; Chairman Senior Play; Junior Girls ' Play. Sixty-tkrtt CURT P. SCHNEIDER Peru, Illinois Sigma Chi; Alpha Sigma; Daily (l) (2) (3); Varsity Band; Glee Club, Asst. Bus. Mgr.; Union Orchestra. JAMES STANLEY SCHOFF Hilton, New York Delta Upsilon. HAZEN C. SCHOUMAN St. Clair Phi Kappa Sigma; Union Dance Committee. ALFRED L. SCHULT? . Moline. Illinois Varsity Baseball (3) (4). CATHERINE LILLIE SCHULZ Grosse Points Alpha Xi Delta. BOWEN E. SCHUMACHER Highland Park, Illinois Psi Upsilon; Pi Delta Epsilon; Druids; Chimes, Asst. Mng. Editor (4); Daily (i) (2); Captain Union Life Membership Drive Team. HAROLD W. SCOTT Marine City Phi Mu Alpha. PRESTON HAINES SCOTT Detroit Beta Phi Delta; Adelphi Speaker (4); Delta Sipma Bho; Student Council (4); Varsity Debating Team (4); Vice-Pres. Oratorical Assn. (4); S. C. A. Cabinet (3) (4); Players ' Club. VILBER MORGAN SEELYE ( Inn Arbor Sigma Delta Kappa; Alpha Xu, Treasurer (2) (3), Vice-President (4); Freshman Debating Team; Oratorical Board Delegate. MERCILE SEERY Ann Arbor GEORGE DAVIS SELLARDS . Ann Arbor CLARA SELLER Manistique Players ' Club. LOWELL S. SELLING Detroit Football " R " (3) (4); Class Swimming; Players ' Club; Rifle Club; Aero Club. FLOYD A. SERGEANT Roscommon Acacia; Craftsmen ' s Club; Shrine Club; Round-Up Club; Commander Univ. Post American Legion. Sixty-four ALFRED Y. SETO Honolulu, Hawaii JOHN " ARREN SHANNON .... Bath, New York Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce Club; Class Track Team (l). WILLIAM G. C. SHARP Elyria, Ohio Alpha Delta Phi. ABRAHAM B. SHARPE Nashua, New Hampshire Kappa Nu; Players ' Club; Boxing Club; Commerce Club; New England Club; Union Life Mem- bership Committee (2) (3); Hutchins Portrait Fund Committee. HELEN SHAW . Ann Arbor Alpha Phi. MARTHA C. SHEPARD Parnassus, Pennsylvania Zeta Tau Alpha; Athena Literary Society (2) (3) (4), Pres. (4); Sigma Delta Phi; Pennsylvania Club, Secy. (3); Class Vice-President (4); Oratorical Board (3), Secy. (4). RAYMOND G. SHERRICK Canton, Ohio Sigma Phi Epsilon. FLORENCE A. SHIREY Ann Arbor Cercle Francais; Senior Society; Girls ' Glee Club (2) (3), Accompanist (4); Junior Girls ' Play Music Chairman; Senior Girls ' Play Music Chairman. RAYMOND R. SHROYER Muncie, Indiana Delta Sigma Pi. LYNDELL D. SIBERT Fruitport Delta Sigma Pi; Executive Committee Commerce Club. GRACE ROBESON SIGERFOOS Greenville, Ohio HELENA SILVER . ' Eaton, Ohio Alpha Omicron Pi. D. HARTLEY SINCLAIR Trenton, New Jersey Chi Psi. HOWARD RANDALL SITLER Berwick, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Club; Players ' Club; Press Club. Sixty-five JOHN D. SKOW Ellsworth MARGARET SLATER . Ann Arbor Alpha Xi Delta. HAROLD H. SLOCUM Bay City Theta Chi; Men ' s Educational Club; Monteith Club; Commerce Club; Bay City Club. CLARA B. SMALLIDGE Ann Arbor ROBERT F. SMART Chicago, Illinois Psi Upsilon. GEORGE O. SMILEY Coldwatcr Cosmopolitan Club; Monteith Club. BEATRICE E. SMITH Detroit Alpha Omicron Pi. ELISE BENNETT SMITH Louisville, Kentucky Collegiate Sorosis; Junior Girls ' Play; Freshman Spread Committee. ELWYN L. SMITH Adrian FRANCIS MACGREGOR SMITH Lexington, Kentucky Sigma Nu; Michigamua; Sphinx; Sigma Delta Chi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Kentucky Club, Pres. (3); Chimes (2) (3), .Managing Editor (4); Union House Committee (4); Daily (i); Class Treasurer (3); Class Football Manager (2); Sophomore Prom. Comm; Varsity Band (i) (2); Asst. Varsity Baseball Manager (3); Intramural Soccer Manager (3); Chairman Class Finance Comm. (4); S. C. A. Union Services Committee (4). GRANT A. SMITH St. Clair Phi Mu Alpha. HARRIET L. SMITH Rydal, Pennsylvania L. C. SMITH Detroit Theta Chi; Varsity Baseball (4); Class Baseball (3). LAURA ELIZABETH SNYDER Detroit Collegiate Sorosis; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Treas. Freshman Spread; Class Social Commi ttee (4); University Services Committee (4); Secy. Y. W. C. A. (4); Chairman Women ' s League Point System (3). Sixty-six RITA F. SNYDER Rockport, Indiana DORTHEY J. SPAULDING Ionia Kappa Alpha Theta. RENA FLORENCE SPATHELF Ann Arbor MARGARET SPALDIXG Chicago, Illinois Pi Beta Phi; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Chairman Junior Girls ' Social Committee; Senior Play Com- mittee; Class Basketball (2) (3); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3) (4). ALFRED V. SPEER .... Caldwell, Xea Jersey Delta Theta Phi; V. F. VV. H. VIBIRT SPEXCE, JR Detroit Zeta Psi; Costumes Committee Opera (3), Chairman (4). DORIS SPRAGUE Cheboygan Gamma Phi Beta; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Class Hockey (2) (3) (4); Class Baseball (2) (3) (4); Athletic Board (3) (4); Y. W. C. A! Cabinet (4). HELEN- SPRICK . Quincy, Illinois Alpha Xi Delta; Girls ' Glee Club. WILLIAM L. STADLER Lima, Ohio Hermitage; Craftsmen ' s Club; Adjutant, American Legion; Mng. Ed. Athletic Program (3). STUART STAXDISH Oak Park, Illinois Zeta Psi; Varsity Cross Country (3) (4); Varsity Track (3) (4); Class Track (i). MARIE E. STAPLES Whitehall Alpha Xi Delta; Choral Union. DEVERA STEINBERG Traverse City Delta Sigma Rho; Sigma Delta Phi; Phydelians; Athena Literary Society (2) (3) (4); Players ' Club; Yice-Pres. Zionist Society (4); Mummers; Varsity Debating ' Team (4). JOYCE MERRILL STEDMAN Flint Phi Gamma Delta; Chimes (3); Union Opera (3); S. C. A. Cabinet (4). FRANK W. STEKETEE Grand Rapids Alpha Delta Phi; Michigamua; Sphinx; Football (l) (3) (4); Class Pres. (i); Chairman Class Memorial Committee. First All-American Football Team (Walter Camp ' s), 1918. Sixty-seven W. L. STEPHENSON Enid, Oklahoma Phi Delta Theta; Phi Delta Phi. GILBERT I. STEWART Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Forestry Club; Class Cross Country (i). CLARENCE G. T. STIPE Ann Arbor Varsity Track (4), Freshman Relay Team. NELLIE STOBIE . Ypsilanti MARGARET STONE ... Cleveland, Ohio Athena Literary Society; Student ' s Directory (3); Class Vice-President (3); Girls ' Glee Club; Girls ' Major Mandolin Club (3) (4). HAZEL I. STORZ Royal Oak Pi Beta Phi; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Michiganensian Business Staff (4); Class Hockey (2) (3) (4); Class Basketball (l) (2) (3); Senior Rep. of Judiciary Council of Women ' s League; Class Social Committee (4). AERIEL E. STRANAHAN Flushing Players ' Club. SADYE GLADYS STRAUSS . . Denver, Colorado Phydelians; Menorah, Vice-Pres. (4). CLIFFORD W. STUART Chesaning Kappa Beta Psi; Craftsmen ' s Club; Michiganensian (2) (3); Union Reception Committee; Class Invitations Committee (4). LILLIAN STUDNESS Grand Rapids MARIE STUEFER Grand Rapids Alpha Chi Omega. CARL H. STURMER . .... Port Huron Phi Mu Alpha; Mandolin Club. PHILIP BEACH SULLIVAN Detroit ALLAN BOULTER SUNDERLAND Kansas City, Missouri Sigma Chi; Druids; Sphinx; Asst. Baseball Manager (3); Class Invitation Committee (4). Sixty-eight DONALD C. SUTHERLAND IVaterbury, Connecticut WILLIAM R. SUTHERLAND Vassar Players ' Club; Comedy Club; Adelphi; Union Opera (4). ISABELLA E. SWAN Detroit Kappa Alpha Theta; Masques; Wyvern; Baseball (3); Corresp. Secy. Women ' s League (2); Fresh- man Spread Committee; Women ' s Banquet Committee (l) (3). BLAIR KIXCH SWARTZ Reading, Pennsylvania Delta Sigma Pi; Glee Club (2). DOROTHY TALCOTT Chicago, Illinois TSUNEZO TANAKA Tokyo, Japan Cosmopolitan Club; Commerce Club; Nippon Club. ROBERT R. TANNER Corning, New York Alpha Chi Sigma; Mimes; Phi Lambda Upsilon. WILLIAM JENNINGS TAYLOR Bessemer Gogebic Range Club. FLORENCE THIEME Ann Arbor Alpha Phi. B. SCOTT THOMAS Kalamazoo Western Normal Club. FRANCIS BUNDY THOMAS Cincinnati, Ohio Delta Sigma Pi; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Commerce Club; L ' nion Music Committee (2); Union Or- chestra (2); Union Opera (3); Union Minstrels; U. of M. Boosters. JEAN ANDREW THOMAS Detroit Alpha Phi; Girls ' Educational Club. FLORENCE THOMPSON Williamston LLOYD THOMSON Mount f ' ernon, Indiana Sixty-nine HELEN THORPE Laming Collegiate Sorosis. MARGARET TIBBALS Detroit Pi Beta Phi; Stylus; Class Secretary (i); Lyric Chairman Junior Girls ' Play. FRANCES B. TODD Ann Arbor Chi Omega; La Sociedad Hispanica; University Girls ' Glee Club. MARGARET JULIA TODD La Mesa, California WILLIAM TOMSICEK La Crosse, Wisconsin Varsity Band (4). ELSIE W. TOWN-SEND tfaterbury, Connecticut Kappa Delta; Masques; Athena Literary Society; Mortarboard; Hockey (2) (4), Captain (3), Manager (3) (4); Baseball (i) (2), Captain (3); Chairman Point System (4); Junior Girls ' Play; Board of Directors Women ' s League (4); Women ' s Athletic Board (3) (4). WILLIAM TOY National Mine Forestry Club; Les Voyageurs. MAUDE TREBILCOCK Ishpeming DOROTHY FORMAN TREVOR Detroit Kappa Alpha Theta. GERALDINE TROY Grand Rapids Theta Phi Alpha; Girls ' Educational Club; Junior Girls ' Play. MARION TRUE Detroit Chi Omega; Junior Girls ' Play. THOMAS C. TRUSS .... .... Brantford, Ontario Alpha Tau Omega; Pi Delta Epsilon; Druids; Chimes (2) (3), Business Manager (4); Class Secre- tary (4). GERALD HOWE TSAI Kiangsi, China Cosmopolitan Club; Chinese Students ' Club; Forestry Club; Informal Varsity Soccer Team (2) (3) (4)- TSUNG YEN Tsou Tientsin, China Seventy LAN-TSUNG Tsu Shanghai, China Chinese Students ' Club. CmH-HsiN TSUNG Hankow, China ROBERT S. TUBBS Andover, New York Delta Sigma Phi. FLORENCE B. TULLEDCE Frankfort Kappa Kappa Gamma; Junior Girls ' Play. C. B. VAN ANTWERP Mount Sterling, Kentucky Delta Kappa Epsilon; Cygnus; Dixie Club; Kentucky Club. XINA VANATTA Aledo, Illinois Players ' Club. . JOHN VANDERWILT Oskaloosa, Iowa Cygnus. BRUCE B. VAN DUSEN Detroit Phi Kappa Psi; Chimes (2) (3) (4). CARRIE E. VAX HORN Otsego DOXALD H. VAN HORN Elmira, New York Theta Delta Chi. RUTH GENEVIEVE VAN HORN Kalamazoo ELIZABETH VICKERY ... Evansville, Indiana Ccmedy Club; Mortarboard; Senior Society; Junior Girls ' Play; Michigan Daily (2) (3), Woman ' s Editor (4); Michiganensian (3) (4); Business Staff Chimes (4); Class Publicity Committee (4); Masques; Junior Girls ' Play Committee; Senior Play Committee; Sigma Delta Phi; Press Club. IRIS VIDEAN Detroit J. GERALD VINKEMULDER Grand Rapids Acacia; Craftsmen ' s Club; Aero Club. Seventy- one LILLIAN VINSON Mansfield, Ohio MARGARET EUGENIA VINTON Springfield, Missouri Delta Delta Delta. GRAY VOGELSANG Grand Rapids Commerce Club; University Choir. MARION ELEANOR VOSBURCH Voorheesvitte, New York Girls ' Glee Club; Girls ' Mandolin Club; Choral Union. HAROLD Louis VOTEY Ada Kappa Sigma. BARBARA WAGNER Terre Haute, Indiana Alpha Phi; Junior Girls ' Play. MRS. MARY BLOUGH WAGNER Harrisburg, Pennsylvania The Scroll; Junior Girls ' Play. JUANITA WAITS Ludington Junior Girls ' Play. FREDERICK WALKEM Niagara Falls, New York Delta Upsilon. EGBERT H. WALKER Fargo, North Dakota Choral Union (i) (2) (3) (4); Alpha Nu Debating Society. LUCILLE WALLACE Detroit SARA MAY WALLER Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Alpha Chi Omega; Players ' Club; Mummers; Athena Literary Society; Stylus; Daily (2) (3); Mandolin Club; Author Junior Girls ' Play (3); Class Social Committee (3). JOSEPHINE WALTER Clarketon Alpha Phi; Comedy Club; Vice-Pres. Pontiac Club; Junior Girls ' Play; Class Finance Commit- tee (4). IVAN HAROLD WARE Washington R. O. T. C. Club; Commerce Club; Technic (2). Seventy-two FREDERICK LESLIE WARFEL Ansonia, Connecticut Chi Phi. BRYAN WARMAN inn Arbor Delta Sigma Pi; Commerce Club; Chimes (3); Michiganensian Art Staff; Spotlight Committee; Freshman Band; Varsity Band (3); Band Bounce Committee. BEVLAH WARNER Ann Arbor CLARKE RUSSELL WARREN Oak Park, Illinois ' Zeta Psi. BERNESE WARSAW Grand Rapids EDWARD ROGER WASHBVRN Decatur JEAN MARGARET WATERBURY Detroit Delta Delta Delta. ELIZABETH JEAN W ATKINS Ann Arbor Girls ' Glee Club (i) (2); Junior Girls ' Play; Union Opera (l). JOHN CAMPBELL WATSON Cleveland, Ohio Phi Sigma Kappa. FRANK F. WEBBER Detroit Psi Upsilon. A. HARRY WEBSTER Detroit Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Union Opera (2). ALVIN F. WEICHEL Sandusky, Ohio Players ' Club; Alpha Xu; Ohio Club; Union Life Membership Drive (3). FRANCES E. WEIMER St. Albans, West Virginia Gamma Phi Beta; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Secy. W. A. A. (3); Treas. W. A. A. (4); University Girls ' Glee Club; Freshman Spread Committee; Costume Chairman Junior Girls ' Play; Finance Chairman V. . C. A. (4); Chairman Senior Girls ' Social Committee. FRANCIS P. WEISENBURGER Defiance, Ohio Seventy-three LUCILE WELLS ..................... Grand Rapids Choral Union. GEORGE NATHANIEL WELSH ................. Chicago, Illinois Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Nu; Craftsmen ' s Club; Union Life Membership Committee. THEKLA WERMUTH .................. Fort Wayne, Indiana Chi Omega; Class Basketball (i) (2) (3); Class Baseball (i); Class Hockey (i). WALTER K. WESBROOK ..................... Detroit MichiRamua; Varsity Track (2) (3) (4); Varsity Tennis (2) (3), Captain (4). HILDA E. WESTER ........ ...... ...... Neaiberry Girls ' Educational C lub; Cercle Francais; Players ' Club; Junior Girls ' Play. S. JAMES WHALEY .................. Cynthiana, Kentucky Alpha Tau Omega, Mu Iota Chapter; Craftsmen ' s Club; Dixie Club; Kentucky Club; Cygnus. LINTON E. WHALEY ..................... Saginaw Chi Phi; Craftsmen ' s Club; Commerce Club; Saginaw Club. GENEVIEVE WHALLEY .................... Kalamazoo VIVIEN J. WHIGAM .................... Akron, Ohio Delta Gamma; Phi Sigma. DOROTHY A. WHIPPLE ..................... Detroit Kappa Kappa Gamma; Michigan Daily. Lois ELIZABETH WHITCOMB ................ Seattle, Washington Players ' Club; Stylus. HELEN GRACE WHITE ..................... Detroit MARGARET D. WICKETT ................... Toledo, Ohio ROBERT F. WIENEKE .... ................ Detroit Alpha Sigma Phi; Michigamua; Pi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Kappa Psi; Sphinx; Business Manager 1922 Michiganensian; Student Council (4); Varsity Glee Club (2); Chairman Class Reception Committee (4); Student Advisory Committee. Seventy-four ERWIN G. WIESEHI-EGEL La Crosse, Wisconsin Forestry Club. CLARIBEL WIGGINS Fenton Girls ' Educational Club. ALFRED W. WIITANEN Mass Commerce Club; Men ' s Educational Club; Choral Union. HELENE H. WILD Ann Arbor DARCY B. WILKINSON . Grand Rapids Theta Chi; Commerce Club (3). D. E. WILLIAMS Traverse City Alpha Xu; Craftsmen ' s Club. ETHEL WILLIAMS Chtboy an Gamma Phi Beta; Cercle Francais. HELEN WILLIAMS Hancock MARIE WILLIAMS Clinton, Iowa Theta Phi Alpha. MYROX S. WILLIAMS Laurium RUTH WILLIAMS Oakland, California Pi Beta Phi. HELEN W. WILSEY Cass City Girls ' Educational Club. BEN H. VILSON Toledo, Ohio Psi Upsilon. BRAINARD M. WILSON Genesco, Xew York Lambda Chi Alpha; Class Baseball (2) (3); Class Basketball (2) (3). Seventy-five CLARICE WILSON Romeo HUGH E. WILSON . Grand Rapids Phi Kappa Psi; Michigamua; Sphinx; Varsity Football (i) (2) (3) (4); Baseball Manager (4); Class Hockey; Student Council (3) (4); Underclass Conduct Committee. RUTH I. WILSON Ann Arbor WINIFRED S. WILSON Lansing Collegiate Sorosis; Girls ' Educational Club. CLARK MILO WIMBLES Howell Craftsmen ' s Club; Captain Class Baseball Team (2) (3); Class Basketball (i); Class Athletic Com- mittee (4); Varsity Glee Club (2); Freshman Glee Club. BEN W. WINTER Detroit Delta Chi. ARTHUR M. WIRTZ Chicago, Illinois E. PAUL WISE . North Canton Alpha Sigma Phi; Craftsmen ' s Club; Varsity Glee Club. JAMES B. WITKER Toledo, Ohio Psi Upsilon. LELA WITTER Ann Arbor Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Girls ' Glee Club (2) (3); Junior Girls ' Play. Union Opera (i). SOPHIA M. WOLCZYNSKI . Detroit Polonia Literary Circle, Vice-Pres. (2); Players ' Club; Symphony Orchestra. ALVIN WOLFSON Mount Clemens Players ' Club; Press Club; Mt. Clemens Club; Baseball " R " (3); Michiganensian (2); Class Base- ball (i) (2) (3); Class Basketball (i) (2); Union Opera Poster Designer (4). ISABEL MET A WOLFSTEIN Cincinnati, Ohio Alpha Epsilon Phi; T-Square Society (i) (2) (3) (4); Class Hockey (i) (2) (3) (4); Class Baseball (2) (3); Players ' Club; Junior Girls ' Play, Costume Committee. SHIU HUNG WONG Canton, China Seventy six X. COULTICE WOOD Kenova, West Virginia Players ' Club. FRED WOODWORTH, JR Kansas City, Missouri FREDERICK L. WORCESTER Cebu, Philippine Islands Psi Upsilon; Varsity Tennis Squad (2) (3); Class Tennis (i); Chimes (2); Union Opera Committee (i); S. C. A. Cabinet; Committee on Athletics. ALFRED J. WRIGHT Waynesville, Ohio Commerce Club; Wolverine (i); Union Upper Class Advisory Committee. E. LOREEN WRIGHT Oshkosh, Wisconsin LEONA FRAXCENE WRIGHT Detroit Players ' Club; Girls ' Educational Club. RENAUD SHERWOOD Detroit Chi Psi; Druids; Sphinx; Daily (i) (2) (3); Sigma Delta Chi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Cercle Francais; Student Council, Secretary (3); Bd. in Control of Student Publications. Lo CHANG Yo Hong Kong HARRY E. YOST Detroit FLOYD E. YOUNG . Detroit N. N. V.; V. F. W.; Class Basketball. FRANK L. YOUNG Lansing MARGARET L. ZELLER Sault Ste. Marie Senior Society; Michiganensian. ADELE ZIMMERMAN Euclid, Ohio Comedy Club; Masques; Girls ' Glee Club; Commerce Club; Players ' Club. CHARLES B. ZIPF Freeport, Illinois Seventy-seven McCoRDIC Fox HARBECK TfBBS 1922 ENGINEERING OFFICERS GEORGE W. McCoRDic EDMUND H. Fox . EUGENE HARBECK . HOWARD D. TUBES . . President V ice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Seventy-eight ACKERMAN BANDEMER LAMBRECHT FINKBEINER HICKEY KERSEY KRUEGER RONAN SCHIRMER SIMPSON SPAIN TUBES 1922 ENGINEERING COMMITTEES AUDITING WILLIAM E. BANDEMER, Chm. ELTON B. TUCKER BANQUET THOMAS H. SPAIN, Chm. GEORGE A. LARSON FRANK H. COUGHLIN ALLEN L. WELCH WILLIAM W. ALBRIGHT CAP AND GOWN KENNETH M. RONAN, Chm. ROBERT L. NEALE ALFRED W. SANTELMANN FINANCE CARL KRUEGER, Chairman GEORGE W. McCoRDic EDMUND H. Fox MILTON A. GOETZ INVITATION PAUL C. ACKERMAN, Chm. ALLEN D. BYERS FRANKLIN D. JOHNSTON PICTURE CARLETON FINKBEINER, Chm. HERBERT M. SHAW GEORGE F. EMERY PUBLICITY RICHARD W. LAMBRECHT,CAm. NORMAN V . CLEMENTS MARTIN N. BOONSTRA PROMENADE ALBERT F. SCHIRMER, Chm. DARWIN T. WARNER GEORGE M. CHUTE JOSEPH A. RIGGS ROGER K. BRAUN RECEPTION HAWLEY S. SIMPSON, Chm. WILLIAM C. NAYLOR ROBERT S. STUART CHARLES S. WARNER SING HOWARD D. TUBES, Chm. SOCIAL ROBERT S. KERSEY, Chm. EDGAR S. BRADLEY ARTHUR D. STAUFFER ROBERT C. VOGT SIGNOR PETERSON SOUVENIR FRANCIS G. HICKEY, Chm. JOHN E. SOMMERS ERIC J. KERMATH Seventy-nine PAUL C. ACKERMAN Erie, Pennsylvania Tau Beta Pi; Chairman Class Social Committee (3); Chairman Class Invitation Committee (4); Honor Committee. BENTLEY F. ADAMS Blacksburg, Virginia Lambda Chi Alpha; Round-Up Club; Quarterdeck. JOSEPH AISHISKIN Detroit W. WAYNE ALBRIGHT Munger Alpha Chi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi. CAMILO RAUL ARGUELLES Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico Cosmopolitan Club; A. I. E. E.; A. S. M. E. EDWARD B. AYERS Detroit Phoenix Club. ELBRIDGE F. BACON Ann Arbor Alpha Epsilon Mu; Aero Club; Tau Beta Pi; Varsity Band; Mich. Union Orchestra. SCOTT A. BAKER Lansing MILTON S. BALD Detroit WILLIAM EDWARD BANDEMER Saginaw Alpha Sigma Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans; Web and Flange; Triangles; Assistant Football Mgr. (3). RICHARD H. BARKELL Hubbell Web and Flange; Informal Hockey Team (2) (3) (4); Class Baseball; Informal Soccer Team. PAUL V. BARMANN Mobile, Alabama A. S. M. E.; Dixie Club. CHARLES N. BARNUM Wauwatosa, Wisconsin Phi Gamma Delta; Quarterdeck; Triangles; Michigan Technic (i) (2); Publication Mgr. (3). ELMER DORAL BARTLEY Detroit Eighty . " == = ' ' " ' " ' mS JAMES L. BATEMAN Ann Arbor Kappa Beta Psi; Craftsmen ' s Club; Rifle Team (l). THOMAS P. BATEMAN Deerfield JAIME A. BAUCIS Parana, Argentina Informal Soccer Team. PHILIP JAMES BEATTY Battle Creek Cosmopolitan Club; A. S. M. E.; Glee Club (2) (3) (4); Choral Union. JOSEPH J. BEBEAU Rockland V. F. W. THOMAS A. BELKNAP Chicago, Illinois Chi Psi. HUGH A. BENNER Detroit Craftsmen ' s Club; Boxing Club. CARL BEUTHIEN ... Lake City Alpha Chi Rho; Camp manager, Camp Davis (4). ERNEST A. BIEFELD Watertawn, Wisconsin Class Baseball. ALBERT F. BISSON Akron, Ohio GEORGE INGLIS BLACK, JR. Erie, Pennsylvania Theta Xi; Engineering Society. J. R. BLACKIXTON Flint Engineering Society; A. S. M. E. HERMAN H. BLOCK Saginaw MARTIN NELSON BOONSTRA Zetland Delta Sigma Phi. Eighty-one ALEXANDER S. BOSCHAN Detroit Aeronautical Club; Wrestling. EDGAR S. BRADLEY Detroit Beta Phi Delta; Web and Flange; Triangles; Class Secretary (3); Sophom ore Prom Committee (2). BRONSON BRANT Coloma ROGER K. BRAUN Ann Arbor WILLIAM E. BRENNAN Detroit GARDNER WESTINGHOUSE BROWN .... Fitchburg, Massachusetts Theta Chi. ARTHUR BURRIS BUCHANAN Sault Stt. Marie HARVEY E. BUMGARDNER . Highland Park Kappa Beta Psi. ALLEN D. BYERS . . Clyde, Ohio Sigma Nu; Web and Flange. WILLIAM A. CAMBURN Burr Oak W. R. CAMERON Calesburg, Illinois Beta Theta Pi. OLIVER F. CAMPBELL .... Lerering EVERETT STUART CAPRON Buffalo, New York Scalp and Blade. FRANK H. CARLTON Laurium A. I. E. E. Eighty-two H. B. CARPENTER Bcnton Harbor THEODORE JOHXSTOX CASE Ann Arbor Phi Delta Theta; Les Yoyageurs. FRANK CERVENY : Wilmington, Illinois Engineering Society; A. S. M. E. ELMER F. CHAMBERLAIN Port Huron NEWELL KIRBY CHAMBERLIN Lakewood, Ohio Veterans of Foreign Wars, Commander (4); Tau Beta Pi; Cleveland Club. V. E. CHENEY Milwaukee, Wisconsin FRANCIS G. CHRISTIAN Ishpcming Engineering Society; A. S. M. E. GEORGE M. CHVTE Toledo, Ohio Vulcans; Tau Beta Pi; Cross Country Team (3) (4); Track (4); Mandolin Club (4). CHESTER J. CLARK Saginaw Engineering Society; A. S. M. E.; Saginaw Club. NORMAN VICTOR CLEMENTS . Grand Rapids U. of M. Boosters; Aero Club; Chairman Class Publicity Committee (4); Class Hockey (4); Class Baseball (4). ARTHUR EMMETT COATES S . Louis, Missouri Acacia; Round-Up Club; Baseball Squad (3); All-Fresh Baseball. JOHN G. COGGAX Detroit THOMAS R. COOK Xorwalk, Ohio WILBUR EARL COOK Plymouth A. I. E. E. ice-Chairman; Craftsmen ' s Club. . Eighty-three FRANK S. COREY St. Louis, Missouri Phi Delta Theta; Swimming Team (3). F. H. COUGHLIN Escanaba CLAUDE F. COWLEY Detroit Craftsmen ' s Club. RUSSELL A. COWLES Detroit Alpha Epsilon Mu; Varsity Band (l) (2) (3) (4); Union Orchestra (2) (3) (4); Union Opera (3) (4). CARL C. CRANE . . Homer Union Upper Class Advisory Committee (4); A. I. E. E. DWIGHT M. CRISPIN Detroit ALFRED B. CURTIS Cadillac Alpha Chi Rho; Technic Staff. ALFRED O. CUTHBERT Ann Arbor Web and Flange; Engineering Society; Freshman Track; Class Athletic Mgr. (4); Class Baseball (2) (3) (4); Varsity Cheerleader (3) (4). PERCY O. DANFORTH Washington, D. C. Cabinet Club. WAYNE K. DAVIDSON Chicago, Illinois Sigma Chi. WALTER CLARK DEAN Albion Sigma Chi, Alpha Pi Chapter; Tau Beta Pi; Football (4); Freshman Football (i). CLINTON H. DEARBORN Socket Harbor, New York Cabinet Club. SMITH J. DEFRANCE Battle Creek Craftsmen ' s Club; Aero Club; Vulcans. PHILIP W. DES ROCHES Detroit Freshman Glee Club. Eighty-four JCS LUMAN V. DEUCHLER Lyons, New York Lambda Chi Alpha. MARTIN R. DICKIE Indianapolis, Indiana WILLIAM F. DIETRICH Mutkcion Class Basketball (2). MILTON A. DIXON . . Sault Stt. Marie Alpha Chi Sigma; Michigamua; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Tau Beta Pi; Varsity Baseball (3) (4). HARLAND PRAY DODGE Whitman Lake Web and Flange. CARL TEMPLAR DOMAN Elbridge, New York DONALD CRAIG DOUGLAS Ann Arbor Pi Kappa Alpha; Vulcans; Cross Country (i) (3); Track (2) (3) (4); Freshman Track. DOUGLAS Dow Detroit Vulcans; Quarterdeck; Triangles; Chimes (2) (3); Chairman Union House Committee (4); Class Vice-Pres. (i); Chairman Class Social Committee (2); Class Pres. (3); Chairman Soph Prom Committee; Chairman Eng. Honor Committee Summer Session (3); Student Advisory Committee Secretary (3), Chairman (4). RALPH X. DuBois ... Washington, D. C. Tau Beta Pi; Cabinet Club; Daily (i) (2); Michiganensian (2) (3); Mandolin Club (2) (3) (4). WILTON R. DUDLEY Bath, New York A. I. E. E. WILLIAM HILL DUNSTER St. Ignace EDWARD C. EARHART Ann Arbor FRED D. ELLIS Mount Pleasant Boxing Club. HARVEY H. ELSOFFER Cleveland, Ohio Engineering Society; American Chemical Society. . Eighty-five CLIFFORD R. ENDERS Coloma THOMAS EDISON EUBANK . ' Louisville, Kentucky Theta Chi; Kentucky Club; Dixie Club. ROY EDWARD EVERETT Jackson Ross EWING Marquette A. I. E. E.; Craftsmen ' s Club; Shrine Club. ARTHUR S. FETTERS . Detroit A. I. E. E. CARLETON S. FINKBEINER - Perrysburg, Ohio Psi Upsilon; Vulcans; Web and Flange; Student Committee on Athletic Affairs (3) (4). THERON G. FINZEL Monroe Alpha Chi Sigma. RICHARD FLEMING, JR Westfield, New Jersey Alpha Chi Sigma. EDGAR D. FLINTERMAN ... Detroit Psi Upsilon; Soph Prom Committee (2). ROGER H. FOLTZ Lockport, New York Engineering Society; Lockport-Michigan Club. GEORGE M. FOSTER ... Galien Craftsmen ' s Club; Chi Epsilon; Class Baseball (i) (3); Class Basketball (2); Class Soccer (3) (4). ELMER B. FOUNTAIN Brighton EDMUND H. Fox Detroit Phi Sigma Kappa; Vulcans; Triangles; Interscholastic Mgr. (4); Athletic Assn. Board of Directors (4); Union Dance Committee, Chairman (4); Class Secy. (2); Class Vice-Pres. (4); Union Opera (2) (3) (4). MAX MARK FROCHT Ann Arbor Eighty-six EMMETT JAY FROVNFELKER Jackson WARREN VAX RENSSELAER GILBERT . Detroit Craftsmen ' s Club; Underclass Conduct Comm.; Cmdr. Veterans of Foreign Wars (3); Director, U. of M. Boosters. MILTON A. GOETZ Sault Sit. Marie Chi Phi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Alpha u; Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans; Web and Flange; Triangles; Technic, Business Mgr. (4); Class " ice-Pres. (3); Class Hockey (2). EDWARD RALPH GOLDMAX Port Huron Asst. Basketball Mer. (3); Manager Class Athletics (3). JECHIEL GOLDMAX Detroit S. WILLIAM GOLINSKI Xtzrark, eir Jersey Treas. Newark Club (3) (4); V. F. W.; All-Fresh Football; Class Baseball (2) (3)- ARTHUR JOHN GOOD Faithorn Glee Qub (2) (3); Choral Union (4). ALFRED MAXWELL GOODISON Detroit HENRY W. GOODMAN Grand Rapids C. M. GREEN Onionagon Chi Psi; Phi Lambda Upsilon. GEORGE E. GREGORY Corning, Kac York Thcta Delta Chi; Vulcans; Triangles; Adv. Mgr. Technic (4); Union Opera Com. (3), Dance Com. (4), House Com. (4); Student Council (2) (3), ice-Pres. (4); University Sen-ices Committee (4); Tau Beta Pi. PALL C.HAAS Mendon SOLOMON HABERMAN Bayonne, Xew Jersey Bayonne Club; Class Basketball, Baseball, Football. HARRY H. HAIGHT Crystal Falls Chi Phi; A. S. M. E. Treas. (4); Iron County Club. Eigkty-seren C. PAUL HALLER ........................ Theta Chi; Class Basketball (3); Fresh Football; Wrestling (3), Captain (4). EUGENE HARBECK ..................... Ann Arbor Chairman Class Social Committee (i); Class Vice-Pres. (2); Class Secy. (4); Student Council (4). GORDON W. HARRY ...................... Flint RICHARD L. HART . . ................... Owosso Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A. S. M. E. FREDERICK W. HARTMANN .................. Grand Rapids Hermitage; Tau Beta Pi; Web and Flange; Class Track (i). W. H. HARVIE ............ ........... Lum Acacia; Craftsmen ' s Club; Web and Flange; Varsity Track (4); Freshman Track. DONALD E. HATHAWAY ..................... Ovid Alpha Tau Omega, Beta Omicron Chapter; A. I. E. E.; All-Fresh Football; Varsity Football Squad (4). PHILIP A. HENAULT ................. Norwich, Connecticut Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ARIAN WILLIAM HAVEN ................. -. . Grand Rapids WILLIS BOYD HAYES, JR ................. Crafton, Pennsylvania Sigma Phi Epsilon; Round-Up Club. R. M. HAZEN ................... Larimore, North Dakota Tau Beta Pi; Chairman A. S. M. E. (4). G. A. HEARD ....................... Ontonagon JOHN D. HAUSELT .................. Wettsville, New York Tau Beta Pi. DONALD F. HERRICK ...................... Albion Delta Tau Delta, Epsilon Chapter; Rainbow Club. Eighty-eight E. DOXALD HERRIXGSHAW Toledo, Ohio FRANCIS GLEXX HICKEY . Middleport, fine York HERBERT S. HICKS . . ... Ann Arbor Les oyageurs. GEORGE JVDSOX HIGCIXS Ann Arbor Alpha Epsilon Mu; Union Orchestra; Varsity Ban d. HOWARD G. HODGE Jackson Engineering Society. LAWREXCE S. HOUK Dorer Ohio Beta Theta Pi. ALDEK G. HOTT Rochester, Near York Rochester Club; A. I. E. E. EDWARD A. HCLBERT Detroit Hermitage. WILLIAM E. R. IRWIX Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Sinfonia. EXDELL J. JAXTZEX . Phoenix, Arizona A. I. E. E. HOWARD W. JELLIFFE ... . Mansfield, Ohio Class Basketball. GORDOX L. JEXSEX Jackson A. R. JIMEXO Buin, Chile HENRY V. JOHXSON- Mancelona Pi Kappa Alpha. ' JH JACOB K. JOHNSON Lakewood, Ohio LLOYD JOHNSON Ontonagon Delta Upsilon. FRANKLIN D. JOHNSTON .... Ann Arbor Tau Beta Pi; Technic, Associate Editor; Chairman, A. I. E. E. DONALD G. JONES Lockport, New York HERMAN C. KAPPLER Coldwater Alpha Chi Rho. DANIEL P. KEARNEY ... Bath, New York Zeta Psi; Vulcan?; Union Summer Dance Committee (4);Class Football Mgr. (3);Class Athletic Committee (3); Intra-mural Baseball Mgr. (3); Minor Sports Mgr. (4). P. S. KEELER Saginaw Saginaw Club. ERIC JAMES KERMATH Detroit ROBERT S. KERSEY Muncie, Indiana Beta Phi Delta; Wolverine (3); Class Social Committee (3) (4). HAROLD STUART KILPATRICK Toledo, Ohio Phi Kappa Sigma; Chimes (3). Louis CLIFTON KINGSCOTT Lansing WALTER H. KOEPP Marquttte Engineering Society; American Chemical Society; Marquette Club; Choral Union. AREND JOHN KOETSIER Grand Rapids A. S. M. E.; A. I. E. E.; American Chemical Society. A. K. KRAUSE Rockford Phi Gamma Delta. Ninety HAROLD KRIPKE Toledo, Ohio CARL M. KRUEGER Detroit Theta Xi: Web and Flange; Class Basketball (3) (4). PENG Kuo Honan, China Chinese Students ' Club. GAYARD F. LAFER Detroit Delta Upsilon; Gargoyle (i); Chimes (2); Glee and Mandolin Club (l) (2). DONALD C. LAMB Grand Rapids Alpha Chi Sigma; Chemical Engineering Society. RICHARD WALDO LAJIBRECHT .... . Detroit Sigma Chi; Wolverine (2); Asst. Bus. Mgr. Summer School Directory (2); Daily (2) (3); Chair- man Class Publicity Committee (4); Chairman Engineering Society Publicity Committee (4). GEORGE A. LARSON Bessemer Gogebic Range Club; Web and Flange. EDWIN S. LAUER Rochester, Keto York Delta Upsilon; Informal arsity Soccer (4). HAROLD JACKSON LAVVER Detroit Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Yulcans; Triangles; Union Opera (2) (3); Mimes. ROBERT L. LAWRENCE Chelsea Class Basketball (2) (3). LEO J. LEVIT Beaufort, South Carolina HAROLD G. LIFE Morris, Illinois HARRY LIFSITZ Detroit RE GINALD G. LINDEMAX Grand Rapids inety-one DANIEL S. LING Mean Class Basketball. C. Y. Liu Kaifeng, China Chinese Students ' Club; Aero Club. GEORGE LOGAN Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ALLEN W. LOHR Washington, D. C. Sigma Nu; Cabinet Club. KENNETH M. LORD JVaverly, New York FRANCIS P. LOURIM Jackson Class Baseball (4). HOMAN L. LOVERIDGE Coldwater A. S. M. E. HAMANN LYON Ann Arbor WILSON PARKE LYONS Pontiac Web and Flange; Advertising Manager, Technic (2) (3); Union Music Committee (2) (3); Prop- erty Manager, Union Orchestra (2) (3); Union Opera Orchestra (2) (3); Varsity Band (i) (2) (3); Advertising Manager, Comedy Club (3). W. L. McCABE . Bay City Phi Delta Chi; Phi Lambda Upsilon. JOHN C. McCALMONT Birmingham Psi Upsilon; Quarterdeck. MORTIMER FRANCIS MACAULAY Calumet GEORGE W. McCoRDic Royal Oak Tau Beta Pi; Web and Flange; Triangles; Class Treasurer (2) (3); Class President (4); Vice-Presi- dent, Engineering Society (4); Student Council. M. H. MCCORMACK Otter Lake Ninety-two LESTER G. MCLHOSE SharonciUe, Ohio ROBERT A. McGEACRY Sarnia, Ontario Canadian Club. HERBERT D. MCKECHXIE Toledo, Ohio Theta Xi; Union Orchestra. WALTER G. McKiE Marqurtte Craftsmen ' s Club; Union Information and Announcement Committee. ALEXANDER C. MCL.ELLAN Bad Axe Cygnus. ADELBERT MC ERNE Y Cleveland, Ohio KARL J. MAKINEN Ishpeming EDWIN L. MAUI Worcester, Massachusetts Theta Chi. HARRY M. MARTEXS Richland ALLEN J. MARTIN Orid A. I. E. E., Secretary. JOSE A. MARTINEZ Tacubaya, Mexico Engineering Society; Cosmopolitan Club; Cercle Francais. ALBERT I. MASLIX Ann Arbor Tau Beta Pi; A. I. E. E. FLOYD D. MATTHEWS Ypsilanti R. DONALD MAXWELL Rochester, Sew York Rochester Club; Class Soccer (4). Hinety-three ALFRED L. MAY Detroit Chi Psi; Michigamua; Tau Beta Pi; Triangles; Varsity Football Manager (4); Class President (2); Board in Control of Athletics; Board of Directors, Athletic Association. VICTOR MEERSON Detroit LEONARD F. MEILANDER Bay J ' illage, Ohio Union Music Committee (4); Glee Club (2) (3) (4). JOHN R. MERANDA Richmond, Indiana Kappa Sigma; Varsity Basketball (3) (4); Freshman Basketball. WILLIAM S. MEYERFELD Detroit A. S. M. E.; Class Soccer (4). HARRY E. MILES Saginaw Chi Psi; Saginaw Club. LESTER W. MILLARD .... ... Gladwin Theta Chi; Daily (2) (3). EDWIN C. MILLER River Rouge Class Baseball Manager. KARL J. MILLER St. Joseph Hermitage; Athletic Program; Union Library Committee. EDWARD F. MOORE Detroit Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Xi; Mimes; Student Council (5); Union Vice-President (5); Union Opera (2) (3); Chairman Costumes Committee, " Red Feather " (3); Class Social Committee (4); Cercle Francais (i) (2) (3), Treasurer (4), President (5). WALTER ERWIN MOORE Bay City Alpha Epsilon Mu; A. S. M. E.; Union Orchestra; Union Opera (i) (2) (3). JAMES EDWARD MORAN Escanaba Freshman Track; Freshman Glee Club; Union Opera (i); Technic (i). JOSEPH C. MORRIS Detroit Kappa Nu; Adelphi; Union Entertainment Committee; Freshman Debate. WALTER WEBSTER MOTT Jackson Ninety-four DONALD WRIGHT MUXRO Detroit Union Upperclass Advisory Committee. LAWREXCE P. MURPHY Wabash, Indiana Craftsmen ' s Club; Engineering Society; A. I. E. E.; Union Reception Committee. WILLIAM CHARLES XAYLOR La-peer Yulcans; Varsity Track (2) (3) (4). ROBERT L. NEALE Union City Delta Chi; Technic (2) (3), College Editor (4); Chairman. Union Information and Announcement Committee (4); President R. O. T. C. Club; Round-Up Club. HAROLD BEVERLY NEAR Detroit DUDLEY NEWTOX Detroit Pi Kappa Alpha; Glee Club. FRANCIS I. NOLAN -Inn Arbor RICHARD A. NUGENT ... Bad Axe Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon. GEORGE OEHMKE Hamtramck HOWARD E. ORR Rochester, Xeur York Lambda Chi Alpha; A. I. E. E.; Class Baseball. J. WALLACE PAGE idrian Zeta Psi; Class Football (2). FRANCIS IRVING PAHLOW Ishtobula, Ohio Quarterdeck. ALFIO CARL PASINI Providence, Rhode Island Theta Chi, Epsilon Chapter; New England Club; Class Football; Class Soccer. RALPH H. PATTERSON Lockport, .Vr York Ninety-jut " ' " " " " ' " ' ' " " " " ' " f " ' ' ' " ' ' " ' " WILLIAM PAYNTER Flint A. I. E. E.; Copper Country Club (2); Varsity Band (2) (3) (4). DEMETRIO R. PENA Santiago, Chile Cosmopolitan Club. SIGNOR PETERSON Iron River Iron County Club; Class Baseball (2); Class Finance Committee (3); Class Social Committee (4). JOHN PETRIWSKI Cleveland, Ohio THEODORE M. PETTIBONE Mount Clemens BRACE M. PICKENS Riga WARD H. PITKIN Benton Harbor Alpha Chi Sigma; Treasurer, Chemical Branch Engineering Society (3), President (4). ALBERT OTTO PLAMBECK Saginaw Alpha Chi Sigma; Union Summer Spotlight (3); Union Summer Dance Committee (3); Saginaw Club. ROBERT THEODORE PLATE Lima, Ohio CHARLES R. POTTER Ishpeming Alpha Chi Rho. KENNETH H. QUAIL Croswell Trigon. JOHN WILLIAM RALSTON Detroit BURNEY V. REANY ' - . . Marquette CLYDE H. REID Birmingham Ninety-six ELLIOTT GRAY REID Detroit Aero Club; Class Hockey (2) (3)- FRED J. RENSHAW Solaria ELWOOD G. RICHARDSON Saginaw Sigma Nu. JOSEPH A. RIGGS . . Ann Arbor Phi Gamma Delta; Web and Flange; Vulcans. ROLAND R. ROBINSON . Pcekskill, Sac York Cygnus; Alpha Xu; Players ' Club; Engineering Society; Educational Club; Union Upperclass Advisor) Committee; Choral Union; University Choir. GEORGE E. ROGERS, JR Grand Rapids Kappa Sigma; Web and Flange; Glee Club (l); Mimes. CLAUDIO R. ROIG Gualeguay, Argentina Cosmopolitan Club. MVNOZ CARLOS ROLDAX La Paz, Bolivia KENNETH M. RONAN Marshall Varsity Baseball (3); Class Baseball (2); Class Football (2). GEORGE CECIL RUBENSOX Youngstown, Ohio Phi Sigma Delta; Youngstown-Michigan Qub. CECIL H. RVBT Kitchener, Ontario Theta Xi; Tau Beta Pi; Canadian Club. ALFRED W. SANTELMANN Washington, D. C. Cabinet Club. BENTON J. SAUPPEE AUentown, Pennsybania Craftsmen ' s Qub. JAMES NICHOLAS SAVAGE Detroit Phi Sigma Kappa. Ninety-seven CARLETON R . SAWYER Redford Alpha Tau Omega. RAND G. SCHENCK New Kensington, Pennsylvania FRANCIS R. SCHERER Rochester, New York Tau Beta Pi. J. OTTO SCHERER Detroit ALBERT F. SCHIRMER Saginaw Delta Kappa Epsilon; Mimes; Vulcans; Triangles; Glee Club (2) (3); Union Opera (2) (3) (4); Pi Epsilon Delta. RICHARD WILLIAM SCHOLL ... Newport, Kentucky Theta Xi; Kentucky Club. J. M. SECOR Branson Anacia. H. B. SEELEY ... New York, New York Tau Beta Pi. STANLEY M. SEIDMAN Cleveland, Ohio HOWARD P. SHARP Lockport, New York Craftsmen ' s Club; A. S. M. E.; Scalp and Blade; Technic (i), Associate Editor (2) (3). H. D. SHAW Col ax, Iowa Omega Psi Phi; Monon Club; A. I. E. E.; Varsity Football Reserves (i); Class Track (3). HERBERT M. SHAW Detroit Hermitage. GEORGE E. SHIMEL .... Grand Rapids STANLEY S. SHOUP Bay City Mandolin Club (2). Ninety-eight " " Sii! WARD S. SIKES Benton Harbor A. S. M. E.; Engineering Society. WALTER H. SIMMONS Richmond Delta Tau Delta; Michigamua; Triangles; Varsity Track (3), Captain (4). HAWLET STARR SIMPSOX Lansing Delta Chi; Tau Beta Pi; Web and Flange; Technic (3) (4); Michiganensian (2); Assistant Band Manager (2). G. B. SINGH Golf Bansanscala, Sialkot, India Cosmopolitan Club; Hindustan Club. LEONARD SLOWINSKI . Detroit A. S. M. E. EARL J. SMITH etc Castle, Pennsylvania STUART B. SMITH ... Hinsdole, Illinois Phi Kappa Psi; Mimes; Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans. JOHN E. SOMMERS Clifton Springs, Xea York THOMAS H. SPAIN . . oskciUe, Tennessee Beta Theta Pi, Beta Lambda Chapter; Les Voyageurs; Round-L " p; Dixie Club; Aero Club. CHARLES M. SPAULDING Buffalo rx York Lambda Chi Alpha. CLINTON A. SPRINGER Whitehall Engineering Society; American Chemical Society. RALPH A. STADLER Lima, Ohio Hermitage. ARTHUR D. STAUFFER . Buffalo, A ' rtr York Phi Sigma Kappa; Tau Beta Pi; Triangles; Scalp and Blade. HAROLD H. STEELE Jackson Xinety-nine HOWARD B. STEGGALL Bay City Theta Chi. MELBOURNE G. STEWART Sault Ste. Marie HUGH D. STILLMAN Council Bluffs, Iowa Phi Gamma Delta. ARTHUR J. STOCK, JR Detroit Pi Delta Epsilon; Technic, College Editor (3), Managing Editor (4). LESLIE WARREN STODDARD Detroit Union Bowling Committee (4). DEV ' ERE G. STRANAHAN Flushing G. R. STRIMBECK Saginaw Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Saginaw Club; Daily (l). FRANK HENRY STRITMATTER Toledo, Ohio Class Football; A. S. M. E. ROBERT SIMPSON STUART Constantinc JUAN C. SUGUITAN Laoag, I. N., Philippine Islands Engineering Society. OLIVER E. SUNDQUIST Muskegon PEDRO M. TELMO Philippine Islands Cosmopolitan Club; Philippine-Michigan Club; Engineering Society; A. S. M. E.; Asiatic Club; Spanish Club. LEW WALLACE THAYER Jackson Engineering Society; Union Lpperclass Advisory Committee. REGINALD A. THOMSON Glens Falls, New York New York Club; A. S. M. E. One Hundred THEODORE ANDREW TIMCHAC Sagimxv Sapinaw Club; Varsity Football Squad (i) (2) (3), Assistant Freshman Football Coach (4); A. S. CHARLES L. TOMLINSON Dayton, Ohio Lambda Chi Alpha. FRED ROBERT TRUCKS Plymouth ROBERT M. TRUE Jackson Lambda Chi Alpha. YIXG Mixc TSE Canton, China HOWARD D. TUBES Andover, Krw York Delta Sigma Phi; Players ' Club; Class Treasurer (4); Freshman Glee Club; Varsity Glee Club (2) (4); Camp Manager, Camp Davis (4). ELTON B. TUCKER . . ! Otsego Alpha Chi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon. STUART E. ULLMANN Elmhurst, Illinois Alpha Tau Omega; Alpha Chi Sigma. ROBERT C. VAIL Chicago, Illinois Phi Kappa Psi; Tau Beta Pi; Triangles; Vulcans; Students ' Directory- (i); Engineering Honor Committee; Vigilance Committee (z); Assistant Football Manager (3). ALLEX SCHULER VALK Mmkegon Quarterdeck. PETER VAX DOMELEX, JR Grand Rapids Sigma Phi Epsilon; Alpha Chi Sigma; Engineering Society; Union Upperclass Advisory Com- mittee; Union Membership Committee; Class Baseball. DANIEL B. VEXTRES . Holyokt, Massachusetts Craftsmen ' s Club; New England Club; Union Information and Announcement Committee; Class Track. FERREIRA MILTOX VIAXXA Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Alpha Tau Omega; President Brazilian Students ' Association. WlLLARD F. VlGXOE .... . DflrOlt One Hundred One ROBERT CARL VOGT Saginaw Saginaw Club. WILLIAM A. VOIGT . Detroit CHARLES S. WAGNER Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Sigma Alpha Epsilon. GORDON TARBELL WAITE Menominee Trigon. SIDNEY LEWIS WALKER Jackson C. STEWART WARNER Detroit Alpha Sigma Phi; Web and Flange; Class Football (i). DARWIN T. WARNER Detroit ROBERT Q. WASSON Columbus, Ohio Theta Delta Chi. C. K. WATROUS Cheboygan HOWARD J. WATSON La Porte, Indiana Engineering Society; A. I. E. E. CHARLES E. WATTLES Kalamazoo ERNEST FREDERICK WEEKS East Orange, New Jersey A. S. M. E. ALLEN LANDON WELCH Battle Creek Delta Chi; Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans; Web and Flange; Triangles; Golf (2) (3) (4); Union Upperclass Advisory Committee; Class Soccer. REX J. WELLS Athens A. S. M. E.; Engineering Society; Union Upperclass Advisory Committee; Class Basketball (2), Soccer (4); Choral Union. One Hundred Two E. LAWRENCE WHITE Walkerville, Ontario Informal Varsity Swimming (2) (3) (4). JOSEPH E. WILLIAMS . Ann Arbor Alpha Epsilon Mu; Union Orchestra (2) (3); Varsity Band (2) (3) (4.); School of Music Symphony Orchestra (2). LINCOLN B. WILSON Southern Pines, North Carolina Delta Tau Delta; Varsity Basketball (3) (4); Class Baseball (3). RICHARD C. WOLFE Chicago, Illinois Mandolin Club (2) (3) (4). JOHN CARPENTER WOOD Springfield, Illinois Class Track (2) (3) (4). ERNEST R. WOODMANSEE Maywood, Illinois Phi Sigma Kappa. R. EMERSON SWART Detroit Chi Psi; Michigamua; Tau Beta Pi; Mimes; Triangles; Michiganansian Sports Editor (2), (3); Daily Night Editor (i), (2); President Michigan Union (4); Chairman Union Entertainment Committee (3); S. C. A. Cabinet; Chimes Board of Directors; Student Committee on Athletic Affairs. WING-CHOW WOOH Hong-Kong ROSCOE X. WOOLEY Coloma JOSEPH T. WOOLFENDEX Denver, Colorado Theta Chi; Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda L ' psilon; Western Club. ALBERT A. YAEGER, JR Saginaw JAMES C. ZEDER Boy City Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; A. S. M. E. EDWARD G. ZIEGELER .... Laurium JOHN E. ZIMMERMAN Detroit Quarterdeck. One Hundred Three RlNDGE CALDER AINSWORTH MORSE 1922 ARCHITECTURAL OFFICERS W. KENNETH RINDGE RALPH R. CALDER . ROBERT H. AINSWORTH FREDERIC J. MORSE. . President V ice-President . Secretary . Treasurer COMMITTEES ATHLETIC LAWRENCE E. CALDWELL, Chairman HARVEY J. BISBEE MARTIN F. LEXER FINANCE FREDERIC J. MORSE, Chairman CARL C. HUBACH LAWRENCE S. MARTZ REPRESENTATIVES TO ARCHITECTURAL SOCIETY HAROLD A. BEAM JOHN J. ESTERHELD One Hundred Four ROBERT H. AIXSVVORTH Shateano, Wisconsin Alpha Rho Chi; Tau Sigma Delta; Class Secretary (4). ERVIN BAILEY Ann Arbor Alpha Rho Chi; Class President ' 16. HOWARD H. BATTIX Marinette, Wisconsin Alpha Rho Chi; V. F. W.: Class Vice- President (3); Student Council (4). HAROLD ALBION BEAM Detroit Tau Sigma Delta; Class Vice-President (2). HARVEY J. BISBEE Moline Class Secretary ' 16; Architectural Society Vice-Pres. (3). WILLIAM A. BLAIR Ann Arbor HENRY SCRIPPS BOOTH Birmingham, Alabama Phi Gamma Delta; Friars. ABE H. BRODKEY Sioux City, Iowa RALPH R. CALDER . Detroit Tau Sigma Delta; Class Vice-Pres. (4). LAWRENCE E. CALDWELL White Pigeon Western State Xormal Club; Craftsmen ' s Club; Class Baseball; Class Football. EARL T. DURBIN Grass Lake Gun and Blade Club; Tau Sigma Delta. JOHN JACOB ESTERHELD Rochester. New York Theta Chi. One Hundred Five CARL C. HUBACH Ilarrisburg, Pennsylvania Sigma Chi; Gargoyle (i) (2) (3) (4); Class Pres. (3); Class Baseball. L. S. MARTZ Kansas City, Missouri Kappa Beta Psi. FREDERIC J. MORSE Chicago, Illinois Alpha Rho Chi; Class Treasurer (4). ST. CLAIR PARDEE Jackson JULIET A. PEDDLE Terre Haute, Indiana T Sauare Society; Tau Sigma Delta; Senior Society. WILLIAM KENNETH RINDGE Grand Rapids Delta Kappa Epsilon; Tau Sigma Delta; Architectural Society, Sec. (3), Pres. (4); Union Hutchins Mem. Committee; Class President (2) (4); Class Vice-President (3); Electrical Committee Opera (3), Chairman (4); Engineering Honor Committee (4). C. H. SKINNER Chester, West J ' irginia FRAZEUR S. SLATER Ntwcastle-on-Tyne, England Delta Upsilon; Friars; Class Sec-Treas. (2). JAMES A. SPENCE Saginaw Psi Upsilon; Saginaw Club; Varsity Assist. Track Manager (3); Union Opera; Class Oratorical Delegate (i); Freshman Glee Club. ARCHIE L. STRIEGL Milton Junction, Wisconsin Gun and Blade Club; Tau Sigma Delta. J. ROBERT F. SWANSON Mittsdale JOHN J. ZIMMERMAN Auburn, Indiana Alpha Rho Chi; Sigma Nu; Architectural Society, Pres.; Tau Sigma Delta. One Hundred Six MULDOOX JOYCE DEPREE STOXE 1922 MEDICAL OFFICERS WILFRID E. MULDOOX STANLEY J. JOYCE . ISLA G. DE?REE . JONATHAN B. STONE . President rice-President . Secretary Treasurer L Z7 " " " . " -- ___._? ' 7 One Hundred Seven CuRTIN GOETZ RYCHENER ELZINGA GARIEPY MERRILL TAYLOR TORGERSON 1922 MEDICAL COMMITTEES AUDITING Louis J. GARIEPY, Chairman PERCIVAL C. STRAUSS EDWARD P. GILLETTE CAP AND GOWN LIONEL N. MERRILL, Chairman GEORGE I. KESKEY EARL B. McKiNLEY HONOR J. HUME TAYLOR, Chairman JAMES C. McCLURE . CLARKE M. McCoLL JOHN W. NAGLE WADE W. STONE INVITATION WILLIAM R. TORGERSON, Chairman PAUL M. MOORE CLARENCE R. STRAATSMA EDWARD A. W T ISHROPP MEMORIAL EUGENE R. ELZINGA, Chairman NEWTON W. BOURNE DEWEY R. HEETDERKS MERLE D. PIERSON HENRY L. SMITH RECEPTION RALPH O. RYCHENER, Chairman PERCY F. GUY JOHN E. LUDWICK E. CARROL YATES PICTURE JAMES L. CURTIN, Chairman RALPH G. CAMPBELL ROBERT M. FONNER CULLEN E. SUGG SOCIAL ANGUS G. GOETZ, Chairman JOHN H. CURTIN HOWARD H. HEFFRON LELAND V. HEWITT COLIN C. McCoRMicK One Hundred Eight EMILIE ARNOLD Canton, Ohio Alpha Epsilon Iota; Qass Secretary (3). WALTER BAUER Crystal Falls Alpha Kappa Kappa; Qass Treasurer (;). WILLIAM L. BETTISOX " . . . nn Arbor Pi Kappa Alpha X. WARREN BOVRNE Hamburg, New York Alpha Kappa Kappa; Galens; Mandolin Club (4) (5) (6). DONALD R. BRASIE Ann Arbor D. WILMOT BRUSIE ffortk Branch NILS O. BYLAND Battle Creek R. G. CAMPBELL Kern Castle, Pennsylvania Alpha Kappa Kappa; Phi Gamma Delta. MORGAN G. CARPENTER BlissOeld Alpha Kappa Kappa. ISADOR M. COHX Spokane, Washington JOHN H. CURTIN . . Chateaugay, New York JAMES L. CIRTIN Forest, Ohio Phi Chi; Class Baseball (5). CARROLL D. DAVENPORT Dalton, Pennsylvania Phi Rho Sigma. ISLA GERTRUDE DE FREE . Grand Rapids Alpha Epsilon Iota; Class Vice-President (4); Class Secretary (5) (6). One Hundred Kine FRANCES E. DWORAK Colorado Springs. Colorado Alpha Epsilon Iota; Phi Beta Kappa. JAMES H. EARLEY Shenandoah, Pennsylvania Phi Chi; Varsity Track (2); Freshman Cross Country. CROSBY D. EATON South Haven EUGENE R. ELZINGA Grand Rapids Theta Delta Chi; Phi Rho Sigma. RALPH BRYAN FAST Celina, Ohio Phi Rho Sigma; Phi Delta Chi; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Aristolochite Society; Alchemist; J-Hop Committee (3). HAROLD B. FENECH Windsor, Ontario Alpha Tau Omega. ROBERT M. FONNER Jackson I. H. FRIEDMAN Cleveland, Ohio Louis J. GARIEPY Harbor Springs Phi Beta Pi; Phi Sigma. EDWARD P. GILLETTE Toledo, Ohio Phi Rho Sigma. ANGUS G. GOETZ DeTour Nu Sigma Nu; Chi Phi; Michigamua; Toastmasters; Griffins; Galens; Varsity Football (2) (3), Captain (4), (5); Union House Committee; Union Reception Committee; Class President (5); Class Baseball (5); Student Council (3) (4) (5), President (6); Student Advisory Committee (5); Board in Control of Athletics (4) (5) (6); Boxing Club. O. M. GRUHZIT Ann Arbor PERCY F. GUY Seattle, Washington DEWEY R. HEETDERKS Ann Arbor Phi Chi; Educational Club. One Hundred Ten 1 HOWARD HEFFRON .... Adrian Phi Rho Sigma; Theta Delta Chi; Owls. LELAND V. HEWITT Brooklyn Phi Chi. STANLEY F. JOYCE Detroit Class Yice-President (6). WILLIAM LLOYD KEMP St. Clair Phi Mu Alpha; Phi Rho Sigma; Mimes; Glee Club (i) (2) (3), leader (5), Assistant Director (4) (S) (6). G. I. KESKEY . Wakefield Phi Chi; Gogebic County Club. EARL R. LAIDLAW Oxford JOHN E. LUDWICK Spring Lake Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha Omega Alpha; Phi Sigma; Galens. JOHN ALFRED LUKENS Toledo Ohio Phi Beta Pi; Round-Up Club. JAMES C. McCujRE .... Lone. Rapids Phi Chi; Class Baseball (5). CLARKE M. McCoLL Port Huron Phi Rho Sigma. COLIN MCCORMICK Oteosso Acacia; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Round-Up Club; Craftsmen ' s Club; Class Secretary (2); Glee Club (l) (2) (3)- EARL B. McKiNLEY Ann Arbor Phi Rho Sigma. HAROLD JAMES MATHEWS Niagara Falls, New York Phi Rho Sigma; Akenaton. LIONEL N. MERRILL Saginaw Alpha Kappa Kappa; Saginaw Club; Chairman Class Cap and Gown Committee. One Hundred Eleven CLINTON CROMWELL MILLS Ann Arbor PAUL McNARY MOORE, JR Earlington, Kentucky Sigma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu; Mimes; Galens; Union Medical Vice-President (6). FRED E. MOTLEY Firden, Illinois Glee and Mandolin Club (2) (3) (4) (5) (6). WILFRID MULDOON Youngstown, Ohio Phi Chi; Galens; Class Honor Committee (5); Class President (6). JOHN WILLIS NAGLE Detroit Honor Committee (4). ALBERT PHILIP OHLMACHER .... Ann Arbor Trigon; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Varsity Baseball (2) (3). EDWARD F. PARSONS North Amherst, Massachusetts Phylon. MERLE PIERSON Milwaukee, Wisconsin RALPH O. RYCHENER Archbold, Ohio Phi Chi; Michigamua; Galens; Varsity Basketball (3) (4), Captain (5); Class President (5), Union Medical Vice-President (6); Honor Committee (6); Asst. Director Intramural Athletics (7); Stu- dent Council (7). NOEL FRANKLIN SHAMBAUGH Kokomo, Indiana Alpha Kappa Kappa; Craftsmen ' s Club. HOLLIS L. SIGLER Pinckney Alpha Omega Alpha. HELEN SLAUGHTER Babylon, New York Alpha Epsilon Iota. HENRY L. SMITH Ann Arbor Phi Beta Pi; Phi Sigma. J. A. SMITH Muskegon Phi Chi. One Hundred Twelve WILLIAM A. SMITH Springfield, Illinois Xu Sigma Xu; Alpha Omega Alpha. WILLIAM H. STOKES Battle Creek Phi Rho Sigma. JONATHAN B. STONE Aspen, Colorado Phi Sigma; Class Treasurer (5) (6). WADE W. STONE Toledo, Ohio Xu Sigma Xu; Theta Delta Chi. CLARENCE RALPH STRAATSMA Grand Raflids Phi Chi. PERCIVAL C. STRAUSS . Milwaukee, Wisconsin FREDERICK A. STURM Three Oaks rni Uhi. CULLEN EDWARD SUGG . Mount Fernon, Indiana Phi Beta Pi; Phi Delta Theta; Round-Up Club. J. HUME TAYLOR Lapeer Phi Beta Pi; Galens; Alpha Omega Alpha; Chairman Honor Committee. One Hundred Thirteen WILLIAM R. TORGERSON Ann Arbor Sigma Chi; Phi Delta Phi; Alpha Omega Alpha; Class Vice-Pres. (5). JOSEPH J. TROMBLEY, JR. . . Detroit Phi Rho Sigma. ALFRED WALTER VEIT Wapakoneta, Ohio Alpha Kappa Kappa. LESTER MERRILL WIEDER Ann Arbor Alpha Kappa Kappa; Galens. EDWARD A. WISHROPP Paola, Kansas Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha Omega Alpha. JAMES S. WOLFSTEIN Cincinnati, Ohio Glee Club (3) (4). EARL CARROLL YATES Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Phi Beta Pi; Theta Xi. One Hundred Fourteen WATTS PARKER DAVIS SPEISS 1922 LAW OFFICERS OWEN J. YATTS Louis A. PARKER EDWARD C. DAVIS CARLOS A. SPIESS . President ice-President . Secretary . Treasurer One Hundred Fifteen BROOKS REAVILL CLARK FORSYTH CARROLL WILLSON 1922 LAW COMMITTEES CLASS DAY HARRY C. WILLSON, Chairman Louis A. PARKER HENRY A. McCowN CREASE DANCE RICKEY B. REAVILL, Chairman ARCHIE D. MCDONALD HARRY SUNLEY GEORGE O. BROPHY DEWEY F. FAGERBURG FINANCE RICHARD A. FORSYTH, Chairman SHELDON J. SAUER GEORGE MURPHY MEMORIAL LEONARD J. BROOKS, Chairman DAVID C. PENCE JOHN F. DODGE PROGRAM FREDERICK D. CARROLL, Chairman ROBERT B. CUNNINGHAM THOMAS S. DOUGHERTY SOCIAL CEDRIC W. CLARK, Chairman GLENN L. HOLLENBECK J. FRANK EATON JOHN A. FREIDLUND PAUL W. GORDON One Hundred Sixteen G. F. ALDRICH Ann Arbor Kappa Beta Psi. GEORGE D. ANDERSON Evanston, Wyoming Phi Sigma Kappa; Phi Alpha Delta; Barristers; Student Council (3) (4). EDWARD M. APPLE . Ann Arbor Smfoma; Alpha Nu, ice Pres. (4); Alpha Epsilon Mu; Craftsmen ' s Club;Union Music Committee- Varsity Band (i) (2) (3) (4), Vice-Pres. (5). MAXWELL F. BADGLEY .... Jackson Beta Theta Pi; Phi Delta Phi. CYRIL EDMUND BAILEY Detroit C. O. BAY Ironwood ROBERT MCDOWELL BOYD Sasinaw Delta Chi; Alpha Xu; Saginaw Club. DAVID HALE BRAKE j nn j rbor Rainbow Club; Delta Tau Delta; Law Review. LEONARD J. BROOKS Goshen, Indiana Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Alpha Delta. GEORGE O. BROPHY, JR. . Kansas City, Missouri Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Delta Phi; Michigamua; Sigma Delta Chi; Barristers; Michigan Daily (i) (2) (3). Managing Editor (4); Union General Secretary (5); Board in Control of Student Pub- lications (5); Board in Control of Athletics (5). LAWRENCE E. BROWN Ypsilanti RAMON CAPISTRANO Manila P I Cygnus; La Sociedad Hispanica; Secretary Board of Directors Cosmopolitan Club (6); Philippine- Michigan Club, President (6); Captain S. C. A. Campaign (5); S. C. A. State Extension Service. FREDERICK DORAN CARROLL Manistique Quadrangle; Alpha Kappa Psi; Barristers; Law Review. JOHN M. CHASE Clearfield, Pennsylvania Delta Theta Phi. One Hundred Seventeen HALDON HIXON CITES Wanatale, Indiana Kappa Beta Psi. CEDRIC W. CLARK Corvallis, Oregon Sigma Delta Kappa; Class Treasurer (5); Chairman Class Social Committee (6). FREDERICK E. CLARY Jamestown, New York Delta Tau Delta. HOBART R. COFFEY . . Creston, Ohio Delta Theta Phi. FRANK M. CORNWELL Jefferson, Ohio Delta Sigma Phi; Mandolin Club (i) (2). F. WARD CULVER Detroit Psi Upsilon. ROBERT B. CUNNINGHAM Louisville, Kentucky Sigma Nu; Delta Theta Phi. CLARENCE HARRY DALEY Ann Arbor Delta Sigma Phi; Gamma Eta Gamma; Alpha Nu; Barristers; Ferris Institute Club; Class Orator N. O. L. (2); Student Council (5) (6). JOHN W. DALTON Junction City, Kansas Delta Theta Phi. EDWARD CARLOS PITT DAVIS Battle Creek Delta Chi; Barristers; Michigan Law Review; Class Secretary (6); Mandolin Club (3) (4); Union Opera (3). MORRIS KEARNS DAVIS Salt Lake City, Utah Varsity Band. JOHN F. DODGE Webster City, Iowa T. S. DOUGHERTY Chenoa, Illinois Class Vice-President (5). JOHN M. DURBIN Cynthiana, Kentucky Sigma Delta Kappa; Dixie Club. One Hundred Eighteen ]. FRANK EATON .................... Proctonille, Ohio Gamma Eta Gamma; Barristers. W. ALEXANDER ELDRIDGE ................... Bay City Delta Theta Phi. EARLE E. EWINS ..................... Ann Arbor DEWEY F. FACERBURG .................. Paxton, Illinois Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Michigamua; Phi Beta Kappa; Barristers; Sphinx; Business Manager 1920 Michiganensian. WILLIAM SPENCER FLINT ................. Omaha, Nebraska RICHARD A. FORSYTH ............ . ..... Gladstone Phi Alpha Delta; Pi Epsilon Delta; Mimes; Comedy Club. JOHN ARTHUR FRIEDLUND .................. Chicago, Illinois Alpha Sigma Phi; Phi Alpha Delta. MILTON HARRIS GOLDBERG ................. Sullivan, Indiana PAUL W. GORDON .................. Oquawka, Illinois Kappa Sigma; Phi Alpha Delta; Daily (i). WILLIAM HENRY GRANSE .................... Saginaw Theta Chi. PERRY ROBERTS GREEN ................... Waco, Texas RAYMOND L. GREEN .................... Toledo, Ohio DON M. HARLAN ....................... Hudson Gamma Eta Gamma. G. L. HOLLENBECK ..... . ................ Lapecr Barristers. One Hundred Nineteen WILLIAM ISHAM Fowler, Indiana Phi Delta Theta; Phi Delta Phi. CHARLES F. IVES Detroit Phi Delta Phi. MARION F. JONES Woolstock, Iowa PAUL F. JONES ... Danville, Illinois Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi. WALTER A. KIRKBY Jackson Phi Alpha Delta. LEO W. KUHN Salina, Kansas Sigma Delta Kappa; Michigan Law Review. FREDRIC P. G. LATTNER Ann Arbor Psi Upsilon; Phi Delta Phi. F. HOULTON LAUDER Monmouth, Illinois Beta Theta Pi; Phi Delta Phi; Griffins. WILFRID R. LAURIE Chatham, Ontario Delta Chi; Canadian Club, President (4); Union Opera (5); Class Soccer (4); Comedy Club (3) (4) (S)- HENRY J. LEASURE Cleveland, Ohio Delta Theta Phi; Masonic Club. FRED DEWEY LEONARD Wagoner, Oklahoma Craftsmen ' s Club; Dixie Club. JULIAN T. LETT Marion, Indiana GEORGE E. LONGSTAFF Huron, South Dakota Delta Theta Phi; Michigan Law Review. ARCHIE D. McDoNALD Ormond, Ontario Theta Chi; Barristers. One Hundred Twenty " " ' ' " ' J " " ' ' " " ' ' " " " ' " " ' ' " ' " ' " ' ALEXANDER Y. MALCOMSON Detroit Delta Upsilon; Union Opera (6). ROGER I. MAN-WARING Ann Arbor Chi Phi; Delta Theta Phi. RALPH ALEX MAYER Detroit ANDERSON D. MEADOWS Hinton, West Virginia Phi Sigma Kappa; Phi Alpha Delta; Crease Committee. WALKER H. MILLS Decatur, Illinois Sigma Chi; Phi Delta Phi. KENNETH B. MONTIGEL Alma Delta Chi; Union Upper Class Advisory Committee; Union Life Membership Committee; Class Track (3). JOHN HARPER MOORE .... Alleean Phi Delta Phi. E. B. MORCOM Omaha, Nebraska Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi. SAMUEL C. MORRIS Chicago, Illinois Alpha Nu; Daily (2); Gargoyle (4). JOE A. MORRISON . Drayton, North Dakota Phi Alpha Delta. HOWARD D. MOSES Ann Arbor GEORGE MURPHY Harbor Beach Sigma Chi. WILLIAM C. O ' KEEFE Saginatv Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Michiganensian (2); Michigan Law Review (5). JAMES OLDS Mount Gilead, Ohio Gamma Eta Gamma. One Hundred Twenty-one WILLIAM C. PALMER Ann Arbor Louis A. PARKER . . . ' ' . ' ' ' Sioux Ra f ids ' lowa Sigma Delta Kappa; Barristers; Michigan Law Review; Class Vice-Pres. (4). DAVID C. PENCE Ottawa Lake STEPHEN FURMAN PERRY . Jefferson, Ohio Mimes; Mandolin Club (l) (2), Leader (3). GEORGE CAMPBELL QUINNELL Pickford Sigma Delta Kappa; Ferris Institute Club. RICKEY B. REAVILL Denver, Colorado Trigon; Delta Theta Phi; Barristers; Sphinx; Class Vice-Pres. (5). SAMUEL HYNES RIGGS Ann Arbor Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Alpha Delta; Glee Club. WILLIAM RAIMOND RINGER Williamsport, Indiana Gamma Eta Gamma. SHELDON J. SAUER Piano, Illinois Hermitage; Class Basketball (4) (5) (6). HERMAN J. SAULSON . Detroit CARL G. SCHMIEDESKAMP Quincy, Illinois HI Delta Theta Phi. ULRIC C. SCOTT St. Cloud, Minnesota Delta Kappa Epsilon; Phi Alpha Delta. GEORGE SELLETT Witt, Illinois Alpha Nu; Phi Beta Kappa; Michigan Law Review. CHARLES J. SMITH Ottumwa, Iowa Delta Chi; Barristers. One Hundred Twenty-two CLARENCE L. SMITH South Lyon Delta Theta Phi. JAMES E. SPIER M ount Clemens Delta Theta Phi; Sigma Xu; V. F. V.; Round-Up Club; Craftsmen ' s Club; Republican Club Sec (5), Treas. (6); Mt. Clemens Club, Pres. (5); Class Pres. (5). CARLOS A. SPIESS Santa Fe, New Mexico Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi. JUDSON LUTHER STARK Hymera, Indiana E. L. STEPHEN-SON Kansas City, Missouri Sigma Delta Kappa. MERLE CHARLES STITT Ann Arbor CLEM F. STORCKMAN _ f ount Carmel, Illinois Delta Theta Phi; Class Basketball (4) (5). PAUL OLIVER STRAWHECKER Grand Rapids Phi Sigma Kappa; Phi Alpha Delta; Barristers. HARRY SUNLEY ... Detroit Delta Tau Delta; Druids; Barristers. CHARLES E. TURNER Mount Sterling, Illinois Phi Delta Phi; Barristers; Michigan Law Review. One Hundred Twenty-three PAUL G. WEBER Canton, Ohio Daily (2) (3) (4); Union Upperclass Advisory Committee; Cooley Club. JEWEL E. WEST Tipton, Indiana Gamma Eta Gamma. H LESLIE P. WHELAN Muskegon Sigma Phi Epsilon; Delta Theta Phi. WILLIAM M. WEBSTER Dixon, Illinois HARRY CLIFTON WILLSON Nevada, Missouri Sigma Nu; Phi Delta Phi; Barristers; Class Vice-Pres. (6). ARCH D. WILSON New Castle, Pennsylvania Gamma Eta Gamma. CHRIS M. YOUNGJOHN El Paso, Texas Delta Theta Phi; Delta Sigma Rho; Westerners; U. S. Marine Club; Midwest Debate Team (5); President Oratorical Association (5). One Hundred Twenty-four =40= " " RAXKIX TOMPSON HuTCHIXS BEEBE 1922 DENTAL OFFICERS FRANK W. RANKIN . FRANK W. TOMPSON JOHN H. HUTCHIXS . EDWIN C. BEEBE . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer One Hundred Twenty -fivr TT1 " 3 CHRISTIE KLEINESTEKER MAITLAND MCBRIDE ROTHROCK TAYLOR VANDER !ERWE WILSON XAYI.OR 1922 DENTAL COMMITTEES ANNOUNCEMENT GORDON R. MAITLAND, Chm. JAMES 0. BEAVIS KIRKE F. HARRINGTON CLARENCE R. BUELL CAP AND GOWN C. WILFORD WILSON, Chm. RICHARD C. GORMAN ARTHUR H. BROWN EDWARD C. MEYER MICHIGANENSIAN ROBERT W. CHRISTIE, Chm. OTTO K. HOLLAND HAROLD D. BILLMEYER FRAIN C. HARTWELL AUDITING CLARENCE L. ROTHROCK, Chairman CHESTER F. WRIGHT GEORGE A. DEL.AND FRANK H. PIERCE FINANCE WILLIAM M. TAYLOR, Chm. FRANS VAN REENEN WESLEY I. FOLLIS GEORGE J. NAYLOR PICTURE RUSSEL E. KLEINESTEKER, Chairman CYRIL A. DYER CLAUDE R. WOMER NELSON A. BEECKEL CANE S. W. VANDERMERWE, Chm. YERVANT J. HARRIAN HAROLD W T . FOWLER ROLAND G. SANREGRET MEMORIAL WALTER C. McBRiDE, Chm. JAMES E. MURPHY CHARLES WEBER EARL M. SNYDER SOCIAL FRANCIS C. NAYLOR, Chm. DOROTHY G. HARD J. KENT WRIGHT MARION D. SLAUGHTER JOHN W. PETERSEN One Hundred Twenty-six EDWIN C. BEEBE Howell Xi Psi Phi; Class Treasurer (4); Class Baseball. HAROLD DUANE BILLMEYER Brooklyn MILO M. BOSTWICK Flint Sigma Xu; Psi Omega. M. J. BROODRYK Johannesburg, South Africa South African Club. ARTHUR H. BROWN- Ttcumseh XELSON ANDREW BEECKEL Fermillion, Ohio Phi Kappa Sigma; Psi Omega; President, Dental Society. CLARENCE R. BUELL ... . Bay City Psi Omega; Round-Up Club;Lnion Program Committee; Class Vice-President (3). ROBERT WILSON CHRISTIE Muskcgon Xi Psi Phi; Craftsmen ' s Club; Student Council (2) (3) (4). DIRK P. CILLIERS Bethlehem, South Africa South African Club. BERNARD J. DUNN Grand Blanc CYRIL A. DYER Port Huron Delta Sigma Delta. JOHN X. EASTLAND Detroit BURTON EDER Detroit HOWARD C. ELDREDGE . Cleveland, Ohio Psi Omega; Round-Up Club; Dental Society; Class Baseball. (2), Basketball (2) (3), Hockey (2), Football (2). One Hundred Tu ' enty-stren " ' ' ' ' " ' " ' ' " ' " " " " ' " r ' " ' " " ' ' " ' " EUGENE R. ELESON Elkhart, Indiana V. F. W. WESLEY FOLLIS Sault Ste. Marie Delta Sigma Delta; Informal Varsity Hockey; Class Hockey. HAROLD W. FOWLER Hillsdale Delta Sigma Delta. FRANK J. Fox Allendale Psi Omega. ARTHUR ARCHIE GINSBERG Detioit Phi Beta Delta. RICHARD C. GORMAN Waddington Psi Omega. ELMER GREENSTONE Rochester, New York Kappa Nu; Treasurer, Dental Society. DOROTHY G. HARD Detroit Delta Delta Delta; Class Secretary (2). Y. J. HARRIAN Highland Park KIRKE F. HARRINGTON Paw Paw FRAIN C. HARTWELL Reading Psi Omega; Sigma Chi; Griffins; Dental Society; Gargoyle (i) (2); Michiganensian (i) (2); Class Football (2); Assistant Manager Glee Club (2). C. R. HENNING Louis Trichord, South Africa Secretary, South African Club. FRANCOIS HOFFMANN Bethulie, South Africa South African Club. O. K. HOLLAND Wellsville, Ohio Phi Kappa Sigma; Delta Sigma Delta; Class Football; Class Soccer. One Hundred Twenty-eight ALFRED A. HOOK ... Ann Arbor JOHX H. HUTCHINS . Detroit Delta Sigma Delta; Gass Secretary (4); Qass Vice-President (l). FREDERICK S. JERMAIX Calumet Copper Country Club. RUSSEL E. KLIXESTEKER Dorr Psi Omega. V. T. DEKocK . Cradock, South Africa South African Club. WALTER C. McBRiDE Casecille Sigma Chi; Delta Sigma Delta. GORDOX R. MAITLAXD Port Huron Phi Kappa Sigma; Delta Sigma Delta; Chairman Class Announcement Committee (4); Qass Soccer (3). MANUEL G. MIRAXDA Pta. de Tierra, Porto Rico S. V. VAX DER MERWE Stellenbosch. South Africa South African Club, President. EDWARD C. MEYER ... Mount Cleme ns Delta Sigma Delta; Mt. Clemens Club. J. EARL MURPHY Schenectady, etc York Xi Psi Phi; U. of M. Boosters. FRAXCIS C. NAYLOR Ann Arbor Sigma Phi Epsilon; Psi Omega; Round-Up Club, Pres. (4); Dental Society. Social Committee; Union Dance Committee (3); Class President (i); Qass Football (i) (2) " (3); Qass Basketball (I) (2) (3)- J. GEORGE NAYLOR . Ann Arbor Sigma Phi Epsilon; Psi Omega; Round-Up Qub; _iass President (3). J. WALTER PETERSEX Manistique Delta Sigma Delta; Qass Treasurer (2). One Hundred Twenty-nine " ' " ' ' " ' ' = = l==!= =i : . . ... S M ,. .. FRANK H. PIERCE Ann Arbor Psi Omega; Class Vice-President; Class Football; Varsity Band; Glee and Mandolin Club. F. W. RANKIN . . Hart Delta Sigma Delta; Vice-Pres. Dental Society (4); Class Secretary (3); Class President (4). C. L. ROTHROCK Steubemille, Ohio Sigma Phi Epsilon. Louis ADRIAAN Roux Bethulie, South Africa South African Club. R. J. SANREGRET .... ... L ' Anse Psi Omega; Catholic Students ' Club; Copper Country Club; Informal Varsity Hockey (4). JOHN HARVEY SHACKLEFORD Mobile, Alabama Alpha Tau Omega; Delta Sigma Delta; Varsity Baseball; Class President. EARL M. SNYDER Detroit Delta Sigma Delta. CASH R. STEVENS Edwardsburg DWIGHT S. STUART Chateaugay, New York One Hundred Thirty WILLIAM M. TAYLOR Flint Chairman Class Finance Committee; All-Fresh Football. H. H. THEI XISSEX Cradock, South Africa South African Club; Class Soccer (3); Informal Varsity Soccer (3). FRANK WALTER TOMPSON Detroit Delta Sigma Delta; Class Secretary (i); Class Vice-Pres. (3); Class Football (2); Class Baseball (2); Class Basketball (2). F. VAX REENEN Ladybrand, South Africa EARL H. WALWORTH Battle Creek Choral Union. DANIEL DE WET Boshop, South Africa C. WILFORD WILSON Detroit Xi Psi Phi; Griffins; Varsity Basketball (2) (3) (4); Class Basketball (i); Soph. Vigilance Com- mittee; Class Pres. (3); Athletic Manager (2); All Dent Football. | CHESTER F. WRIGHT Cassopolis Delta Sigma Delta; Class Football (i); Class Baseball (i). J. K. WRIGHT Conneaut, Ohio Delta Sigma Delta; Class Treas. (i); Mandolin Club (4). One Hundred Thirty-one VON EWEGEN TASKER ALLEN LUTES 1922 PHARMIC OFFICERS HERBERT F. VON EWEGEN CARL G. TASKER MONICA M. ALLEN . FRANCES M. LUTES . President F ice-President . Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES AUDITING MAX A. COSTA, Chairman NAMIO OHTOMO BANQUET KENNETH E. PARRY, Chairman CHARLES H. NEWMANN SARAH E. KAPLAN INVITATION C. NORMAN FLETCHER, Chairman MONICA M. ALLEN MICHIGANENSIAN WALTER A. MATTSON, Chairman ARTHUR E. LAMPERT PAUL M. FAULKNER CANE CHARLES M. WARNER, Chairman JOHN A. PALMER One Hundred Thirty-two MONICA ALLEN Harbor Beach Kappa Delta; Prescott Club, treasurer; Iota Sigma Pi; Aristolochite Society; Class Secretary. A. MAX COSTA Norway Phi Delta Chi; Prescott Club. PAUL FAULKNER MiddleriUe CLARENCE N ' ORMAN FLETCHER Wellington, Ohio Phi Delta Chi; Prescott Club; Fresh Glee Club. SARAH ELIZABETH KAPLAN Hartjord, Connecticut Menorah Society; Xew England Club; Prescott Club. AMOS L. KROUPA Ann Arbor Prescott Club. ARTHUR E. LAMPERT Grand Rapids Phi Delta Chi; Class Basketball. FRANCES LUTES . . Richmond Delta Delta Delta; Prescott Club; Class Treasurer (4). WALTER MATTSON Wattefield Phi Delta Chi; Prescott Club; Class Basketball. One Hundred Thirty-three ' " NAMIO OHTOMO Sendai, Japan Nippon Club; Prescott Club; Cosmopolitan Club. JOHN A. PALMER .... Chelsea Prescott Club. KENNETH E. PARRY Port Huron Prescott Club, President. G. CARL TASKER Lake Odessa Phi Delta Chi; Aristolochite Society; Prescott Club; Class Vice-Pres. (4). KYUNG-PAU TSONG . . Nanking, China Chinese Students ' Club; Cosmopolitan Club; Prescott Club. OSCAR VARGAS San Jose, Costa Rica Cosmopolitan Club. HERBERT F. VON EWEGEN Toledo, Ohio Phi Delta Chi; Aristolichite Society; Prescott Club, Secy.; Class Pres. (4); Student Council. CHARLES M. WARNER Middletown, Ohio Phi Delta Chi; Prescott Club; Class Basketball. One Hundred Thirty-four MEADS CASLER HOLMES Pl ' LFORD 1922 HOMEOPATHIC OFFICERS - JASOX B. MEADS WILBUR L. CASLER ROY H. HOLMES DAYTON T. PULFORD . President Vice-Presiden 1 . Secretary . Treasurer AUDITING EARL F. LUTZ, Chairman ALLACE M. JoiIXSOX COMMITTEES FINANCE GEORGE V. CHAMBERS, Chairman JASOX B. MEADS WILBUR L. CASLER DAYTOX T. PULFORD WALLACE M. JOHXSOX One Hundred Thirty-Are WILBUR L. CASLER Marquettt Phi Alpha Gamma; Class Vice-President (4); Class Secretary (3). GEORGE WALTER CHAMBERS Inderson, South Carolina Pi Lpsilon Rho. ROY HERBERT Hoi MES Alpha Sigma; Class Treasurer (2); Class Secretary (4). EARL F. LUTZ . . Alpha Sigma; Class President (2); Student Council (4). Grand Rapids . Wyandotte JASON B. MEADS Tecumseh Phi Alpha Gamma; Class Vice-President (2); Class President (3) (4); Class Basketball (3) (4). DAYTON T. PULFORD Toledo, Ohio Psi Upsilon Rho; Craftsmen ' s Club; Class Vice-President (i); Class Secretary (2); Class Treasurer (3) (4). One Hundred Thirty-six PAGE CASWELL ALBER FRENCH 1922 EDUCATIONAL OFFICERS JAMES S. PAGE INEZ E. CASWELL LUCILE M. ALBER ROBERT B. FRENCH. . President Vice-Preside n t . Secretary . Treasurer AUDITING COMMITTEES GEORGE L. BREWBAKER, Chairman BERXICE B. FRAZER FLORENCE S. KELLY FINANCE JEWEL SPARLING, Chairman Ross E. WIGENT SOCIAL WILLIAM T. WATSON, Chairman MRS. EDITH I. CARR FLORENCE A. BROWN- RITA I. LOVE One Hundred Tkirty-seren DORIS V. ADAMS Kalamazoo LUCILE M. ALBER Ann Arbor MILDRED ALLEN Clinton Players Club. DOROTHY G. AVERY Ann Arbor GEORGE L. BREWBAKER St. Johns Educational Club. FLORENCE BROWN Stockbridge MRS. EDITH I. CARR Ann Arbor INEZ E. CASWELL Birmingham HOPE H. CHIPMAN Ann Arbor Pi Beta Phi. ANNE CORCORAN Wayne Players ' Club. MARGARET JOYCE DURFEE Ann Arbor CHARLES E. FORSYTHE Milan Educational Club. ROBERT B. FRENCH Redford Trigon. HAZEL I. GEER Ypsilanti One Hundred Thirty-eight ADA GIFFIN Detroit MARGARET GILLIES Grand Ledge Kappa Delta. CELIA GUZMAN " fa aguez, Porto Rico Cosmopolitan Gub; La Sociedad Hispanica. AGNES ANNA HAIRE Grand Rapids ALICE L. HARVEY AUegan AARON EDGAR ISKOWITZ Detroit Choral Union; Varsity Glee Club. RUTH E. KEITH Shelbyrille, Indiana Girls ' Educational Club. FLORENCE KELLY Marne Ferris Institute Club. DONALD GORDON LEITH . Ann Arbor MARION LINCOLN Jackson RITA LOVE Detroit Girls ' Educational Club. HENRIETTA Lurz Ann Arbor M. BLANCHE MANN ... Ann Arbor MURZA VALARIE MANN Ann Arbor Ferris Institute Qub; Freshman Girls ' Glee Club. Sec-Treas. (i); Girls ' Glee Club (j) (4); Mandolin Club (3) (4); Junior Girls ' Play; Choral Union. ' One Hundred Thirty-nine w| ELSIE M. MILLER Mount Clemens MABEL M. MOORE . . East Leroy Choral Union (4). VERA MORRELL Escanaba Choral Union. FLORENCE E. MORRISON Ann Arbor MADGE I. NEWLIN Hutson-Alle, Illinois FLORENCE PRINDLE Detroit JEFFERSON L. PURCELL New York, New York Boxing Club (i) (2) (3) (4); Varsity Reserve Cross Country (4); Class Cross Country (2). ARNOLD IRWIN RUMSEY Birmingham Adelphi; Christian Science Society (2) (3) (4); S. C. A. Cabinet (4); Rochester Club (2). ELMER M. SHUMAR Almont BLANCHE M. SMITH Corunna, Indiana Players ' Club; Y. W. C. A.; University Chorus. FRANK SMITH Wagoner, Oklahoma Kappa Kappa Gamma. JEWEL SPARLING Ann Arbor ELLA VON SPRECKEN Ludington Alpha Xi Delta. EDNA STEVENS Oak Park, Illinois Kappa Delta; Girls ' Glee Club. One Hundred Forty m m m ... ,,i in in 11 n ... in in in in 11. ' 1T1 nil JOHX S. THOMAS Detroit Phi Gamma Delta. LIXA J. WARD Sagittate ALICE F. WARNER Ypsilanti Kappa Delta. WILLIAM THOMAS WATSOX Detroit - SADIE M. WAV Grand Rapids JEAXXETTE C. WOESSXER Lansing Theta Phi Alpha. ELLEX P. WOXDERO Mount Clemens Players ' Club; Girls ' Educational Club. MARGARET L. WOTTOX Los dngeles, California Girls ' Educational Club. One Hundred Forty-one GIBSON WARNER MAHOOD 1922 NURSES OFFICERS GRETTA GIBSON KATHERINE WARNER GRACE MAHOOD . President I ' ice-President Secretary- Treasurer COMMITTEES AUDITING STELLA GRIES, Chairman MABEL COOPER MILDRED JOHNSON LUCILE COLE FANNIE VANDEUSEN COMMENCEMENT MYRN MOMEYER, Chairman MARY BELLE BIBLE CARRIE BULLOCK THELMA NUNN MARGARET ENGELS FINANCE VIOLA KERR, CHAIRMAN MARTHA JOHNSON EDITH KITCH MARIAN TUCKER FLORENCE GATES MICHIGANENSIAN EVA SCHMIDT, Chairman DORIS CLEMENTS GERALDINE MC!NTYRE EMMA POPE SOCIAL EULAH OGDEN, Chairman FAY YELTON LENORE RUTZEN HELEN KRUSE DORIS STANNARD STUDENT COUNCIL MARY BELLE BIBLE, President VIOLA KERR, Secretary-Treasurer One Hundred Forty- two AXXA ALSPAVGH . CARRIE A. BULLOCK DORIS CLEMENTS . LUCILE COLE . MABEL COOPER Ionia Goodrich Lansing . Baltic Marietta Lois CULP . RUTH A. DEXSMORE HELEX DUSBIBER . FLORENCE L. GATES Constantine . Charlotte . Ypsilanti . Bay City MAE GAVERX . GRETTA GIBSON- STELLA M. GRIES . MARTHA IDA HAI K . MARTHA C. JOHNSON . . . Detroit Columbus. Ohio . Lake Linden Bluff on, Indiana . Chief One Hundred Forty-three MILDRED G. JOHNSON Fenton VIOLA L. KERR Pontiac Secy-Treas. Nurses Student Council; Member Social Committee Nurses Y. W. C. A. EDITH M. KITCH Bourbon, Indiana CHARLOTTE KOOB Crystal Falls Iron County Club. HELEN M. KRUSE Ishpeming ETHEL LUTY Bourbon, Indiana GERALDINE MC!NTYRE Altadena, California GRACE MAHOOD Columbus, Nebraska Class Secy-Treas. (4). EULAH OGDEN Jackson GRACE OGDEN Jackson DOROTHEA L. PIERCE Brooklyn JANET F. RILLSTON Ann Arbor LENORE E. RUTZEN Bay City VERA M. SAGE Parker, South Dakota One Hundred Forty-four EVA R. SCHMIDT . . DORIS STAXXARD . FAXXIE F. VAX DEUSEX Sagintar Petoskey . Holly KATHERIXE ARXER Class Yice-Pres. (3). DOROTHY WEED . . . . . PeUston PlainfieU, Wisconsin LlLLIAX S. VlLLIAMS FAY VELTOX East Palentine, Ohio . Butbr, Kentucky One Hundred Forty-fire 1922 HOMEOPATHIC NURSES JANICE ARLONE DESF.RMIA Class Secretary-Treasurer (3). GRAYCE ROYE JOHNSON . Class President (i) (2); Lake Geneva Delegate; President, Nurses ' Y. V. C. A. Onsted Sparta MINNIE ROYS Ypsilanti MILDRED I. SYMES Class Secretary. Sparta LENA THOMET Class Treasurer. FLORENCE A. TUNISON Class President (4). Burlington Colon One Hundred Forty -six CLASSES BANK PARTLO V OODMANSEE MILLS 1923 LITERARY OFFICERS THEODORE P. BANK HELEN A. PARTLOW MARIAN A. WOODMANSEE C. LEE MILLS. . President I ice-President . Secretary . Treasurer COMMITTEES ATHLETIC WALTER VELDE, Chairman GEORGE PERRIN BURTON DUNLOP HOWARD LIVERANCE AUDITING SHELDON BROWN, Chairman THOMAS DEWEY ROBERT RICE PUBLICITY MARION STAHL FINANCE CHARLES HUMMER, Chairman THOMAS RICE SOCIAL ROBERT GIBSON, Chairman PAUL ATZEL RICHARD BURCHILL JOHN HAMEL NATHAN ROBERTSON RUTH SOUTH ERTON ESTHER WELTY MIRIAM REID MARY READ One Hundred Forty-eight GoEBEL JOHXS HALG COTTON 1923 ENGINEERING OFFICERS PAUL G. GOEBEL J. EDWARD JOHNS EDWARD HAUG WILLIAM COTTON . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES AUDITING RICHARD H. ROWLAND, Chairman CALVERT A. BOYD FRANKLIN CAPPON FINANCE THOMAS J. LYNCH, Chairman VERNOR H. COOK CHARLES D. MALLOCH ATHLETIC ROLAND I LAND SOCIAL LELAND KIRKPATRICK, Chairman CARL BERRY FRANK CAMP ALBERT McKiNLEY CHARLES PROCTOR GEORGE A. ABBOTT PUBLICITY FREDERICK HORN One Hundred Forty-nine FARLEY TURNBUI.L WACHTER BUTTON 1923 ARCHITECTURAL OFFICERS HOWARD L. FARLEY WILLIAM A. TURNBULL HORACE W. WACHTER FRANCES F. SUTTON . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES FINANCE HORACE W. WACHTER, Chairman FRANCES F. SUTTON WILLIAM A. TURNBULL HOWARD L. FARLEY DELBERT D. EHRESMAN SOCIAL EARL H. LUNDIN, Chairman EDWARD K. PILCHER LAURA L. ECKERT ALFRED R. NASER One Hundred Fifty GlLLETT SAXE HEATLEY BABCOCK 1923 MEDICAL OFFICERS ORLA H. GILLETT . MARY C. SAXE ROBERT F. HEATLEY WARREN W. BABCOCK . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer COMMITTEES " BROWX DERBY " CHARLES A. McXEiL, Chairman STEWART E. DOOLITTLE JOHN F. YONKMAN HAROLD V. RIGGS JAMES A. ROOLS FIXAXCE AXD AUDITIXG ARTHUR F. HEYL, Chairman THEODORE I. BAUER JAMES W. TOWNSEND HOXOR JAMES V. HALFHILL, Chairman WALTER O. KLINGMAN KENNETH P. JONES WERNER W. DUEMLING HENRY K. RANSOM SOCIAL JAMES W. HALFHILL, Chairman HOWARD C. WALSER JOHN H. LABADIE CLARENCE W. HARDY A. DALE KIRK UXDERGRADUATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATIOX DELEGATES L. COLEMAN LUDLUM GEORGE H. BELOTE RUTH P. STONE One Hundred Fifty-one WATSON MORRIS HAYS YNN 1923 LAW OFFICERS CLARENCE C. WATSON CLYDE Y. MORRIS . HOWARD E. HAYS . FREDERICK F. WYNN . President V ice-President . Secretary . Treasurer COMMITTEES AUDITING GERALD K. O ' BRIEN, Chairman WILLIAM H. WILLMOT HARRIE L. WICKEY FINANCE JUSTIN A. ROBERTS, Chairman WILLIAM R. WALSH SOCIAL FRANK M. PARRISH, Chairman HERBERT E. WILSON LLEWELLYN E. LLOYD FRANKLIN B. HETTINGER EDWARD J. JEFFRIES One Hundred Fifty-two SHACKLEFORO ALEXANDER Pl RDY MAST 1923 DENTAL OFFICERS JOHN H. SHACKLEFORD RUSSELL G. ALEXANDER LEO B. PURDY ERWIX F. MAST . President Vice-President . Secretary- Treasurer PUBLICITY GLEX C. BEAN. Chairman ROBERT M. WINSLCW YERXER H. EMAN BENJAMIN H. STICKXEY COMMITTEES SOCIAL RUSSELL K. OSGOOD, Chairman CLARE K. MADDEN RAYMOND W. ALMOTH RAYMOND J. HALLIXEX ATHLETIC MANAGER VERXE R. RICHARDS One Hundred Fifty-three ' " = DANIELS SEARLE ANDERSON WHITNEY 1923 PHARMIC OFFICERS TROY C. DANIELS . JOHN G. SEARLE HELEN M. ANDERSON HARVEY A. WHITNEY . President Pice-President . Secretary . Treasurer COMMITTEES ATHLETIC RUSSELL L. TAYLOR, Chairman ROBERT D. THOMAS ALLEN L. FENTON AUDITING CAROL N. WHITE, Chairman LEONARD E. WEAVER ALICE HOOVER SOCIAL RAYMOND C. SMITH, Chairman IRENE E. BAISLEY WILBER W. SYLVESTER One Hundred Fifty-four BAUER GRANT WISDOM PEACHEY 1923 HOMEOPATHIC OFFICERS ERNEST V. BAUER . LUCILE R. GRANT . INEZ R. WISDOM CLARENCE H. PEACHEY . President f ice-President . Secretary- Treasurer COMMITTEES AUDITING PAUL M. JERRELL, Chairman RUSSELL F. FENTON SOCIAL FRANK M. VAX SCHOICK, Chairman HENRY P. BUCKINGHAM FINANCE GEORGE R. UPTON, Chairman CLEMENT E. LOCKWOOD ATHLETIC MANAGER RUSSEL O. DAVIDSON One Hundred Fifty-fire HUNT RIDEOUT BUTCHER DUNCAN 1923 EDUCATIONAL OFFICERS HEROLD C. HUNT . LYDA RIDEOUT FLORENCE V. BUTCHER CLARENCE DUNCAN . President V ice-President . Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES FINANCE ADDISON D. VAN AKEN, Chairman ADELE UNGER HEROLD C. HUNT LYDA RIDEOUT CLARENCE DUNCAN AUDITING SOCIAL CARL CHANDLER, Chairman DOROTHY KOEPEL LAURA KETCHAM ROSE BARTON PAUL G. SCHROEDER ANDREW J. GREEN, Chairman MARION RUSSELL ELIZABETH M. HAWXHURST One Hundred Fifty-six KlPKE DlEKHOFF TAYLOR LAWTOX 1924 LITERARY OFFICERS HARRY G. KIPKE FRIEDA S. DIEKHOFF MARION F. TAYLOR JOHN P. LAWTON . President f ice-President . Secretary . Treasurer CAMPBELL Ross HVBBARD KRATZ 1924 E X G I X E E R I X G OFFICERS CALVIN A. CAMPBELL CAMERON A. Ross . HENRY H. HUBBARD FREDERICK S. KRATZ . President rice-President . Secretary . Treasurer One Hundred Fifty-seven ' " ' " " Co WIN HARLEY EVANS MARVIN 1924 ARCHITECTURAL OFFICERS JULIAN R. COWIN . FREDERICK M. HARLEY LEWIS J. EVANS ALDEN S. MARVIN . President ice-President . Secretary . Treasurer MUSTARD KAPPES VAN ORNVN BRUNSTING 1924 MEDICAL OFFICERS RUSSELL L. MUSTARD LCUISE O. KAPPES . EARL N. VAN ORNUN Lcuis A. BRUNSTING . President V ice-President . Secretary . Treasurer One Hundred Fifty-eight JESERICU WAGNER TAYLOR AXSUM 1924 DENTAL OFFICERS PAUL H. JESERICH . DONALD M. AGXER WALTER E. TAYLOR CLARENCE D. AXSUM . President ice-President . Secretary . Treasurer MORRIS CARTER HAXFT DILLOX 1924 P H A R M I C OFFICERS RAYMOND MORRIS . CHARLES L. CARTER CYRIL F. HAXFT RICHARD W. DILLCX . President I ice-President . Secretary . Trf usurer One Hundred Fifty-nittf SCHNEIDER HENKEL CRINO BRICKBAUER 1924 HOMEOPATHIC OFFICERS CURT P. SCHNEIDER Louis P. HENKEL . MICHAEL J. CRINO . ARTHUR J. BRICKBAUER . . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer LAURANCE POWELL BRIGGS JOHNSON 1925 LITERARY OFFICERS RICHARD L. LAURANCE ALICE L. POWELL JEANE E. BRIGGS DONALD E. JOHNSON . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer One Hundred Sixty MERRIAM L ' XDERWOOD RAY GlLPIX 1925 ENGINEERING OFFICERS CHARLES V. MERRIAM RICHARD L. UNDERWOOD MURIEL H. RAY JAMES R. GILPIN . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer VlLLS DAVENPORT KuKEN " n ' ELD BLACK 1925 ARCHITECTURAL OFFICERS DAVID H. WILLS . TALMOX A. DAVENPORT . GERTRUDE KUKEXTVELD KENNETH C. BLACK . President Pice-President . Secretary- Treasurer One Hundred Sixty-one VlCK HOFFMAN ZWEMER STEELE 1925 MEDICAL OFFICERS HENRY A. VICK CHARLES A. HOFFMAN NELL E. ZWEMER . ARTHUR H. STEELE . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer m PENBERTHY WELLS BROWN BIDWELL 1924 LAW OFFICERS FRANCISCO PENBERTHY GLADYS WELLS OSCAR A. BROWN SETH R. BIDWELL . President Fice-President . Secretary . Treasurer One Hundred Sixty-two CARTIER SCHWARZ VlELllETTI GRAVES 1925 DENTAL OFFICERS WILFRED C. CARTIER HERBERT O. SCHWARZ HENRY M. YIELMETTI ORIN X. GRAVES . President Vice-P res ide n t . Secretary . Treasurer TWINING CAREY ROWE 1925 P H A R M I C OFFICERS MATTERX ROSCOE H. TWINING HAROLD J. CAREY . FREDERIC I. ROWE . LOUISE H. MATTERS . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer One Hundred Sixty-three CHILDS MACK TUTTLE BRANDO 1925 HOMEOPATHIC OFFICERS GEORGE M. CHILDS HAROLD C. MACK . GEORGE A. TUTTLE RUSSELL G. BRANDO . President . ice-President . Secretary . Treasurer TUG OF WAR SPRING GAMES One Hundred Sixty-four One Hundred Sixty-fire Fran Smith, ' 22, of Lexington, Ky., intellectualized the cam- pus through the Chimes he edited? and Em Swart, ' 22, of Detroit, sat in the president ' s chair at the I ' nion? and Jaek Kelly, ' 241., of Groat Falls, Mont., rolled the cam- pus with laughter at his Gar- goyle? and Duke Dunne, ' 24L, of Chicago, 111., led the ' 21 foot- ball team through a success- ful season? and Frank Steketee, ' 22, of Grand Rapids, won many games for Michigan with his " drop kick " toe? and Paul Goebel, ' 23E, of Grand Rapids, played such a whale of a game that he was elected captain of the ' 22 team? One Hundred Sixty-six and Bill Miller, ' 23, of Fowler, Ind., caused a sensation by sinking baskets from any point on the floor? and Bud Rea, ' 22, of Erie, Pa., captained the basketball team through a hard fought season? and Bus Campbell. ' 22. of Detroit, dictated the policies of the Daily? and Hugh Hitchcock. ' 22. of Detroit, missionary-ed for the campus as president of the .S. C. A.? and Joe Bernstein. ' 22. ofLima. Ohio, founded and directed the Michigan News Bureau? and Bullets Stahl, ' 23. of West Point. Xebr.. kept late hours night-editing the Daily? and Jim Frey. ' 22. of DuBois. Pa., put out the Michiganen- sian? and Bob Adams. ' 22, of Louis- ville, Ky.. had his supper brought to him once a week when he put out his issue of the Daily? and Pat Lovejoy. ' 23, of Prince- ton, 111-, taught the cubs to be newspaper men, as citv editor of the Daily? and Annie Kern, ' 22, of Mat- toon. 111., headed the editorial board of the Daily the second One Hundred Sixty-seren and Ted Heath, ' 22E, of Sauga- tuek, helped support the Daily, on the business staff? and Warren Hyde, ' 25M, of Detroit, crawled back and forth at the Y tank, winning firsts for the swimming team? and Lyndon Babeoek, ' 22, of Detroit, captained and breast- stroked the informal swimming team through a successful sea- son? and Bill Van Orden, ' 23, of Ann Arbor, hurled the iron ball for victories in the shot put? and Ed Usher, ' 22, of Toledo, Ohio, tore through the lines of the opponents for yard after yard? and Vern Hillery, ' 23, of Tulsa, Okla., managed the business of the Daily? and Tom Truss, ' 22, of Brant- ford, Ont., took charge of the Chimes business staff? and Syd Sarasohn, ' 22, of Detroit, saw to it that the Gargoyle made expenses? One Hundred Sixty-fight and Rufus Bailey, ' 22. of De- troit, arranged the track me ets and managed the team? and Maurie Atkinson, ' 22, of Battle Creek, informed the stu- dents " where to go " with a re- cord breaking circulation? and Bob Wieneke. " 22. of De- troit, cheerfully offered funds to the editor of the ' Ensian, as a business manager nhanln do? - and Larry Snell, ' 23. of Detroit, assisted the manager of the track team? and Seth Bidwell. ' 24L. of Nile , managed the varsity band? and Mavnard Newton. ' 22, of Pontiac. raised $2.50.000 with his committee, for the Union? and Paul Watiel. ' 23. of Lan- sing, was appointed city edi- tor of the Daily for the second semester? and Nate Robertson, ' 23. of Chevy Chase. Md., acted as publication manager for the Daily? One Hundred Sixty-nine 1 and Pink Cramer, ' 23, of Ann Arbor, compiled the organiza- tion section of the ' Ensian? and Cy Hummer, ' 23, of Chi- cago, 111., led the J-Hop? and Boh Martin, ' 23, of Bed- ford, Ind., assisted on the ' Ensian business staff? and Al Cuthbert, ' 22E, of Ann Arbor, put fight into the teams, as cheer leader? and Ed Moore, ' 22E, of Detroit, was made president of the Union for the second semester? and Johnie Ross, ' 23E, of Sault Ste. Marie, sat in the Student Council? and Johnie Johnson, ' 23, of Brookhaven, Mis., played and sang at the Mimes theatre? and George Gregory, ' 22E, of Cooning, N. Y., presided over the Engineering Society? On? Hundred Seventy and Jerry Overtoil. ' 22, of Martinsville. Ind.. put out one issue of the Daily a week? and Howard Liven-nce, ' 2 3. of Williamstown, amased the con- ference batters with his as- sortment of curves? and Milt Dion, ' 22E. of Sault Ste. Marie, hurled the ' 21 baseball team to a near champ- ionship? and Bo Schumacher. 24L. of Highland Park. 111., helped on the Chimes editorial board as assistant managing editor? and Ed Meiss. ' 23. of Cin- cinnati. Ohio, surveyed the campus wit with his Telescope? and Al Schirmer. ' 22E, of Saginaw. vamped the stage door " johnies " as the " wicked lady " of the Opera? and Forman Brown. ' 22, of Otsego. added " Michigan Me- to Michigan ' s famous and Frank McPhail. graduate, of Detroit, general chairman- ed the Opera? Out Hundred Sfffnly-onf and Harry Willson, ' 22L, of Nevada, Mo., represented the Law school in the Union, as vice-president? and Gus Goetz , ' 22M, of De- Tour, presided over the Stu- dent Council? and George Brophy, ' 22L, of Kansas City, Mo., as general secretary of the Union, organ- ized the Union committees. and Nels Joyner, ' 22, of Bed- ford, Indiana, stepped the quarter-mile for Michigan? and Walt Simmons, ' 22E, of Richmond, led the conference dash men, and captained the track team? and Utz Utoritz, ' 23, of Oak Park, 111., nabbed hot liners for double plays at second? One Hundred Seventy-two and Jack Shakleford, ' 23D, of Mobile, Ala., terrified op- posing pitchers with his con- sistent doubles and triples? and Thornton W. Sargent, Jr., ' 22, of Witchita, Kan., edited the Sunday supplement of the Daily? - and Bob Kerr. ' 22. of Duluth. Minn.. carried Michigan ' s colors to the frown waters? and Bob Rice. ' 23. of Grand Rapids, assisted the manager of the basket-ball team? and Max Schrayer. ' 23E. of Chicago. 111., helped on the ' Ensian staff? and Dick Rowland. ' 23E. of Buffalo. N. Y., represented his class on the Engineering Honor Commission? and Ernie Vick, ' 22. of Toledo. Ohio, made center on Walter Camp ' s All America first team? and O. W. Rush, ' 22. of Red Oak. la., was president of the Oratorical Association? and Ed Fox. 22E. of Detroit, was sent to the Union by the engineers as rice-president? and Charlie Proctor, " 23E, of Forest Hills, Long Island, ed- ited the publication section of the ' Ensian? One Hundred Seventy-three and George Reindel, ' 22, of Detroit, took charge of the sport page of the Daily? and Chuck Mcrkle, ' 24M, of Ann Arbor, headed the tennis team? and Louis Curran, ' 23E, of Louisville, Ky., won his M, as end, on the football team? ' and R. V. Libonati, ' 24L, of Chicago, 111., founded the Boos- ter ' s club? and Gordon Godley, ' 22E, of Port Huron, was manager of the Glee Club? and Hugh Wilson, ' 22, of Grand Rapids, finished his fourth year as guard on the football team? One Hundred Seventy-four and Doug Roby, ' 23, of Hol- land, hit off tackle time after time for first down? and Robert Knode, ' 23, of Baltimore, Md., followed the footsteps of his brother on the baseball diamond? and Bob Whiilock. ' 23, of Detroit, could be called from the bench at any time to stren- gthen the basketball team? and Rex Reason. ' 23E, of De- troit, used to grab the ball from the center ' s tip off, and give Michigan the oppor- tunity to score? and Gil Ely, " 24D, of Waldron . out-jumped every opposing cen- ter? and Jack Searie, ' 23P. of Evao- ston. 111., circled the ends for and Bert Duulop. ' 23, of Duluth, Minn., edited the sen- ior section of the ' Ensian? r. - :;,. .::.., -,.- Technic? MeCordic, " 22E, of ik. presided at the - :. :-: - .--- u - - and Bob Deebach, ' 23D, of Hollywood, Cal., was elected vice-president of the Cnion by the combined departments? One Hundred Sf f ty five and Milton Goetz, ' 22E, of Sault Ste. Marie, arranged the business details of the Technic? and Walter Velde, ' 23, of Pekin, 111., assisted on the business staff of the ' Ensian? and Henry Strieker, ' 2oM. of Detroit, managed the basket- ball team? and Frank Cappon, ' 23E, of Holland, smashed the line for first down so many times? and Ted Bank, ' 23, of Flint, ran the team from quarter until he was injured while fighting against M. A. C.? and Clayt Seagers, ' 23, of St. Augustine, Fla., drew all sorts of pictures all over the Gar- goyle? One Hundred Seventy-six and Hardy Hoover, ' 23, of Buffalo, N.Y. t helped the weary students forget their troubles by his eomic articles in the Gar- goyle? and Bob Neale, ' 22E ,of Union City, chairman-ed the Informa- tion committee of the Union? and Robert Cooper. ' 22, of Detroit, attended the meetings of the directors of the Union as the Literary vice-president? and West GaUorfy, ' 24L, of Detroit, aided th e editors of Chimes as a member of the .; : - - .- and Eocene Harbeck, ' 22E. of Ann Arbor, served in the Student Council for the senior and Tom Whinery. ' 23L, of Grand Rapids, was chosen chairman of the editorial board of the Daily for the first i ester? and Bill Goodsite, ' 22. of Sioux City, la., took charge of Music and Drama for the ' Ensjan? and Wendell Hanselman. ' 23, of Cincinnati, Ohio, mas frater- nity editor of the and Chuck Gessner. ' 23. of Eacanaba. headed the class section of the ' Ensian? and Al Parker, ' 23. of Middle- viUe, did the advertising work on the Daily business staff? One Hundred Sfrf ty-sf?fn t and Jimmie Hume, ' 23, of Jackson, took charge of the advertising of the Chimes? and Bill Lichtenberg, ' 23, of Detroit, was selected from the assistants as 1922 football-man- ager? and Paul Moore, 22M, of Earl- ington, Ky., was Medical vice- president of the Union? and Jack Dawson, 21L, of Detroit, took his turn behind the round desk at the Daily? and ,1. P. Stevens, ' 23, of Munhall, Pa., ehairman-ed the book exchange at the Union? B and Carl Berry, ' 22E, of Ann Arbor, sold music on the Opera trip, as assistant general chair- man? One Hundred Seventy-eight and Phil Ringer, ' 24L, of Chi- cago, worked as co-editor of the athletic section of the ' Ensian? and Sheldon Brown, ' 23, of DiiBois, Pa., ran the adver- tising department of the ' Ensian? and Bert Uebele. ' 23E, of Chicago. 111. .sided the manager of buketbal] s assistant man- ager? and Charles Futch, ' 23M. of Cleveland, Ohio, was president of the Glee Club? and Sam Greeoberg. ' 23. of Detroit, straightened the ac- count for the ' Enian? and P. H. Scott. " 22. of Detroit, fought for Michigan on the varsity debating team? and W. W. Go-er. ' 22, of South Bend, Ind.. fathered the freshman class as chairman of the upperclass advisors com- mittee? and George Stone. ' 23. of Saginaw. shot snao shots for nearly all the publications? and Tom Lynch. ' 23E, of Niagara Falls, N.V was sent to the Student Council by the junior engineers? and Perkins Bull. ' 23. ofJOak Park, 111., amused the members of the Union through his enter- tainment committee? On Hundred Seventy-nine ., and Sandy Currie, ' 23E, of Detroit, distributed the Direc- tories as business manager? and Norm Damon, ' 23, of Detroit, brought famous men to the Union to speak on Sun- day afternoons? and Fran Penberthy, ' 24L, of Menominee, captained the cross country team? and Howard Hoffman, ' 24M, of Ludington, broke the con- ference record in the javelin throw? and Johnie Landowski, ' 23, of Milwaukee, Wis., vaulted high above the heads of all rivals? and George Chute, ' 22E, of Toledo, Ohio, won an M in cross country, the second Mich- igan man to achieve this honor? One Hundred Eighty and Clark Dean, ' 22E, of Al- bion, place-kicked in the pinches for the football team? and Al May, ' 22E, of Detroit, managed the football team? and Ren Sherwood, ' 22, of Detroit, was elected to the Board in Control of Student Publications? and G. D. ., " 23, of Redford. aroused the campus by his literary contributions to well known magazines? and Frank Lee. ' 22, of Detroit, kept the Union records as recording secretary? and Bernie Kirk, ' 23, of Ypsi- lanti, held down the left wing of the line so well that scarcely a play went around his flank? and Ed Johns. ' 23E, of Lansing, fought at tackle with sameness that aroused sport critics? and Ron Selway, ' 24L. of Salt Lake City. Utah, managed the books at the Gargoyle? and Wallace Elliot, ' 23, of Oakland, Cal.. developed intra- mural athletics to a point never before reached? and James House, ' 24L, of Jackson, drew for the Chimes, and was art editor? One Hundred Eighty-one James Rowland Angell, who received his M.A. in 1891, left his position as Dean of the Graduate School of the University of Chicago to become President of Yale University. One Hundred Eighty-two Ed ' xin Denby, of ihe law class of 1896, was appointed Secretary of the United States Navy by President Harding. One Hundred Eighty-three Dr. William Mayo, ' 83 M, is head of the Mayo foundation in Rochester, Minnesota, and is one of the most prominent surgeons in the country. One Hundred Eighty-four Harry Dougherty, ' Si LLJ}., as a tribute to his success at law, was appointed to the Cabinet as Attorney General oj the United States. One Hundred Eighty-fire Avery Hop-wood graduated in poj to become a playwright. He came into prominence when he succeeded in having five of his plays on Broadway at the same time. One Hundred Eighty-six George Sister, ' ij E has become one of Michigan ' s most prominent athletes, since, as member of the St. Louis American League baseball team, he has batted with the leaders of the league. One Hundred Eigkty-serrti Dr. Hubert Work, ' 84 M, spent two years at Michigan in the Medical School, and is the third Michigan man to be appointed to the Cabinet. One Hundred Eighty-eight One Hundred Eighty-nine The track team journeyed to California and met Doug Fairbanks and enjoyed the trip by " warming up ' every time the train stopped and in the mean time the football team began spring practice. APRIL One Hundred Ninety The class games brought the annual ducking and the seniors swung out while the tennis team volleyed on Ferry Field until the season opened and the frosh captain aras held captirt M A Y by the sophs until the battle was orer. One Hundred Ninety-one Graduation brought back the old grads to class reunions the " call of the Huron " was heard by those who preferred a " cool dip " to a " hot quiz " examination worries were forgotten on the tennis courts. JUNE One Hundred Ninety-two JJ m? The engineers kit out for the north of Michigan to their rummer camp tchilf the geologists left for the sunny Soutk- the land of watermelons to spend the summer in the hills of Kentucky, and houseboating on the rirer. SUMMER One Hundred Ninety-three ... ... Fall brought the football season, crowds on Ferry Field, the band homecoming day with houses brilliantly decorated and colors flying and the beginning of another year on the campus. OCTOBER One Hundred Ninety-jour f The nac stadium was completed in time for the Ohio State fame, and strange vehicles brought supporters of the Scarlet and Gray and crowds sang, yelled, and cheered as the team left for the Illinois game. OCTOBER One Hundred Sinety-fee The Minnesota game brought more visitors to Ann Arbor the War Memorial was uncovered Michigan men traveled to Wisconsin for the game and crowds welcomed Marshall Foch as he passed through Ann Arbor. v I f NOVEMBER One Hundred Ninety-six The verdant yearlings assembled in tke rain before tke meeting with tke sophs Armistice Day was celebrated by a di oats Whimsies opened a sales office and tke soph band played ' ' Hot time " after tke games were over. NOVEMBER One Hundred Ninety-seven Snow and ice brought winter sports, and skaters flocked to It ' einberg ' s the Opera made a two week ' s tour after playing a week in Ann Arbor and classes were forgotten as trains hurried the students homeward. DECEMBER One Hundred Ninety-eight Hoctev yas tht popular sport staged daily at the Coliseum or on thr Huron Farrell track men on thfir long grind and tkf campus seas corered sri A a blanket of snow thai hindered walking on tke diagonal. J A X U A R Y One Hundred Ninety-nine Baseball began in the cage the Chicago meet opened the track season the JHop caused loads of furniture to be brought to the gym for decorating the booths and Ernest Shuter opened the new .Mimes Theatre for the Union. FEBRUARY Two Hundred I, The cheer of the Tap room attracted many on chilly March nights gym, boxers and wrestlers froliced to keep in trim and the ' Ensian spring subscription drire teas launched by the sorority girls. MARCH Two Hundred one In the spring of the year a shrill war cry pierces the air, and the Tribe of Michigamua ropes in the most prominent pale faces of the senior class to impart to them the old Indian secrets. In the junior class, the foremost engineers are taken into Triangles, and the lits into Sphinx. The senior engineers are taught to pound the anvil before being admitted to J ' ulcans, the senior engineering society. Two Hundred two Around the traditional Druid Rock, ike senior lits to be honored art jiwn the trackings of die senior literary society. The promising young lawyers are locked in stocks, and then initiated into Barristers, the senior late honorary society. Web and of the rod and level. eal meaning Taro Hundred three The ' 01 football team at Mt. Lowe,Pasedana, after the great intersectional game, are " hitting the high spots " to celebrate the victory. L. M. Dennis and E. D. Campbell, both B. S., in chemis- try in 1886, are now directors of the chemical laboratories of Cornell and Michigan respectively. The IQOI football team, the first eastern team to play a New Year ' s Day intersectional game at the Tournament of Roses. Michigan defeated Leland-Stanford 49 to o. Two Hundred four ' Tl ' " ' 1921-1922 DIRECTORS FIELDING H. YOST EDMOND H. Fox ALFRED L. MAY HENRY D. STRICKER RUFUS A. BAILEY HUGH WILSON . DANIEL KEARNEY Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Interscholastic Manager Football Manager Basketball Manager Track Manager . Baseball Manager Intramural Manager RALPH W. AIGLER, Chairman WILLIAM A. FRAYER BOARD IN CONTROL OF ATHLETICS Faculty Members LEWIS M. GRAM CLARENCE T. JOHNSTON Secretary FIELDING H. YOST Alumni Members JOHN D. HIBBARD, Chicago, 111. JAMES E. DUFFY, Bay City CHARLES B. DuQjARME, Detroit ANGUS GOETZ Student Members ALFRED MAY GEORGE BROPHY Two Hundred Six w H a o o Hundred eight FIELDISG H. YOST 1921 Varsity Football Coach ALFRED L. MAY 1921 Varsity Football Manager 1921 VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD OFFICERS ROBERT JEROME DUNNE FIELDING H. YOST ALFRED L. MAY . Captain Coach Manager PERSONNEL THEODORE P. BANK . FRANKLIN C. CAPPON Louis B. CURRAN . V. CLARK DEAN R. JEROME DUNNE PAUL G. GOEBEL . JAMES E. JOHNS HARRY G. KIPKE . BERNARD KIRK ROBERT T. KNODE . STANLEY E. MUIRHEAD LsRoY E. NEISCH . CHARLES C. PETRO . DOUGLAS F. ROBY . JOHN G. SEARLE FRANK W. STEKETEE DONALD SWAN . EDWARD USHER IRWIN C. UTERITZ WILLIAM J. VAN ORDEN HENRY A. VICK . HUGH E. WILSON Quarterback . Halfback , End Halfback Guard . End Tackle . Halfback . End Quarterback Tackle . End Guard . Fullback . Halfback . Fullback . Guard . Halfback Quarterback Guard . Center Guard Tmo Hundred Nine (Drawn by B. Lovell) CAPTAIN DUNNE One of the best guards in the West was handicapped by injuries during the season but made the All-Conference just the (Drawn by B. Lovell) CAPTAIN-ELECT GOEBEL made the right side of the line impreg- nable. He hurled the pass to Roby that tied the score at Wisconsin. REVIEW OF SEASON Although Michigan did not win the Conference football title nor even place within the first three, her 1921 gridiron season may be regarded as successful. When everything is taken into consideration and the proper allowances made for all unexpected and unusual circumstances, the outcome of the year should not be regarded as poor. After two weeks of practice, Alt. Union came to Ann Arbor on October I for the opening game on the schedule. It was but a practice game and before the final whistle had blown Coach Yost had sent in every man he had on the bench except the cripples. The score 44 to o is an indication of the trend of the game. The Michigan backs cavorted at will whenever the ball was in their possession and the Michigan line smothered all offensive attempts of Mt. Union when the latter had the ball. The game with Case the next Saturday was much the same as the one of the previous week, except that the score was even more decisive. The same lineup that started the opening game took the field against the Clevelanders. It found Kirk at left end, Cappon at left tackle, Dunne, left guard; Vick, center; Wilson, right guard; Muirhead, right tackle; Goebel, right end; Bank, quarterback; Usher, fullback, with Kipke and Steketee at halves. Case was completely routed 64 to o. Again the backfield was the center of attraction. It was expected that Michigan would beat M. A. C. the next Saturday without a great deal of difficulty. Such was the case, but it only came about at a great expense to the team. Michigan beat the Aggies 30 to O but suffered the loss of several of her stars. Ed Usher was carried from the Two Hundred Ten field with a torn ligament in the knee, and Bank suffered a ' similar injury. They were definitely out for at least a month. Ohio State, next came to Ann Arbor to test its strength with Michigan. The Maize and Blue was crippled physically but not mentally and the game which resulted was a great struggle. Because of the injuries to Bank and Usher in the M. A. C. game, Uteritz began at quarter and Roby at fullback. Kipke and Steketee were the other backs. The line was the same as against M. A. C. and Case. With this group of men Michigan more than held Ohio evenly in the first quarter. But one first down was made in the first period and that by Michigan toward the end. Kipke, Michigan ' s speedy halfback, broke away for a beautiful open field run which netted Michi- gan 35 yards. It was the longest run of the game and took the ball to the Ohio 18 yard line. But this play probably robbed Michigan of her chance to annex the game for Kipke was injured when tackled by the only man between him and the Ohio goal line and forced to leave the game. From this point on, the quarter being over shortly, it was a different story. In the second period a short, backward-rolling Michigan punt was scooped up along the sideline by the fleet-footed Stuart and before any one was aware of what had happened he had dashed across the Michigan goal line for a touchdown. It was an unfortunate break in the game that had caught the Michigan team asleep. From then on for two periods, the Maize and Blue fought a losing battle and lacked the drive to carry the ball across when an opportunity presented itself. Ohio was jubilant and when a pass carried the ball well into the Michigan territory early in the fourth period, State carried the ball over for another touchdown. Michigan was beaten but fought gamely to the end. It was with a greatly crippled team that the coaches began preparation for the Illinois game which was next on the schedule. The matter of another running mate for Uteritz, Steketee, and Roby was a big problem. In his high school days the versatile Cappon had been a fullback. This past fall, however, Yost had no tackles and Cappon was shifted from end to left tackle. Now after the year was half over, Yost needed a good back and Cappon was called upon to fill the job. Thus again Michigan went onto the field with a last minute change in its line-up and with men in places they had not played before. Ed. Johns was on the line at left tackle in place of Cappon who was in the backfield. Spirit was a big factor and the rejuvenated team not only won 3 to O, but outplayed their opponents by a bigger margin than the score would indicate. Wilson breaks through the M. A. C. line. Two Hundred Eleven It was a hard played game throughout with Michigan having all the advantage in midfield. The muddy field made impossible any attempts at an open style of play and for this reason straight football was resorted to. The Wolverine team drove down the field repeatedly, making first downs in rapid succession. The Illinois line crumbled before the plunges of Cappon and Roby. This pair tore through for gains on almost every attempt. Steketee at the same time was a most vital factor in the Michigan victory. It was his field goal in the second quarter that gave Michigan its winning points after plunges by Cappon and Roby and his own end runs had carried the ball within kicking distance. His punting also was all that could be desired. Time alone saved the Illini from a worse beating. In the fourth quarter following a failure at an attempted field goal by the Illini, the ball was put in play on the Michi- gan 20 yard line. From there the Wolverines hammered their way down the field for six successive first downs; the whistle only saved Illinois before the onslaught of Steke- _. tee, Cappon, and Roby. The game ended with Michigan ' s mfs - A ball on her opponent ' s 15 yard line. The next game on the schedule was with Wisconsin which up to that time had been regarded as the best team in the Conference. With no game on November 5, the coaches had two weeks in which to prepare the team for the Badger game. Usher, Banks, and Kipke promised to be in shape for the biggest game of the year on the Alichigan schedule. It was a matter of much conjecture who would begin for Michigan in the backfield. Yost finally selected the four that had played against Illinois, Uteritz, Steketee, Cappon, and Roby. The line was the regular one. One of the most exciting games ever witnessed took place between the schools on November 12 when they came together on Camp Randall Field. It ended in a 7 to 7 tie. Victory was within the reach of both teams on two occasions, but neither could put it away. The game was all in Michigan ' s favor during the greater part of the first half, while Wisconsin had the similar advantage (Drawn by B. Lovelf) ERNIE VICK was not only the best center in the West but in the entire country. At least that ' s what Walter Camp thought, for he placed Ernie on his All- American. Vick was in every play, and he usually, stopped the opponents for a loss. Two Hundred Twelve Jts in the second half. In the final minute of play, Michigan had a golden opportunity to take the game when Clark Dean was sent in to try a field goal. He missed by only the narrowest margin. Both teams scored their touchdowns in the second quar- ter, Wisconsin being the first to register. Sundt ' s punt had stopped dead on the Michigan I -foot line directly underneath the goal post. Michigan was forced to kick and Steketee with his back to the wire fence and only 8 yards from the line of scrimmage was hurried in getting the ball off. It was high and short and upon landing bounded back toward the Michigan goal line where Tebell fell over the line with it. Sundt kicked the goal. Undaunted by this break, however, the Wol- verines came back immediately thereafter and put across the touchdown that tied the score. Following the Michigan kickoff, Wisconsin was forced to punt and the ball was in Michigan ' s possession on the 50 yard line. Here on a trick play, a beautiful long double forward pass was executed from Uteritz to Goebel to Roby with Roby carrying the ball for 20 yards and a touchdown. Goebel kicked goal and from then on neither side was able to score again. Michi- gan ' s team was riddled with injuries and it was practically a new team that finished the game. Captain Duke Dunne had to leave the struggle with a dislocated shoulder. Kirk suffered a sprained ankle and had to retire. Goebel ' s foot was also injured and Michigan ' s other regular end went out. Under this condition Yost had no more good ends and Cappon was shifted from the backfield to left end, a position he had not played this year. Usher went in at halfback. Shortly after his leg was again hurt and he had to be carried from the field. The Michigan team returned to Ann Arbor in as crippled a condition as it had been all year. Minnesota was the only team left on the schedule and to it Yost started to point his team. Kirk, Dunne, and Usher were out of the game for the rest of the year. Petro began at Dunne ' s place and Dean replaced Kirk at left end on the offensive. Cappon was selected to play the end place on the defensive alternating with Dean between the backfield and end. (Drawn by B. Lorell) FRAXK STEKETEE was on Camp ' s All-American as full- backinigiS. Since then he has played two years for Michigan in which he distinguished himself by his brilliant running and splendid kicking. Two Hundred Thirteen That Minnesota was routed most completely is indicated by the score of 38 to O. At no time all year did the Michigan team display such an attack as that which bowled over the Gophers. It was the worst beating that Minnesota had ever received from Michigan and the worst she had received all year. Michigan scored in every period and twice in the last quarter for good measure- The " little brown jug " remained in Ann Arbor for another year as a result of this victory. It was a most fitting closing to a season which had been eventful and unusual in every respect. Michigan ' s record for the season shows five victories, one defeat, and one tie. The Conference games resulted in two wins, a defeat, and a tie. Of the men winning letters the following six will be lost through graduation, Dunne, Usher, Steketee, Dean, Vick, and Wilson. The rest are eligible to play next year as would be the case with Steketee should he choose to stay over. An unusual thing about the men who received letters is the fact that u of the 22 scored touchdowns in regular games. After the end of the season, Vick was accorded the highest honor in football by being named as center on Walter Camp ' s All-American. Captain-elect Goebel, Captain Dunne, Cappon, Kipke, and Kirk were given honorable mention, and were selected on various mythical teams. A Michigan run in one of the practice games. The Wolverine backs usually went a long way before being tackled in these contests. Two Hundred Fourteen iy ' TT iwi SEASONS ' SUMMARY October I Michigan 44 Mt. Union o October Michigan 64 Case O October 15 Michigan 30 M. A. C. o October 22 Michigan o Ohio State 14 October 29 Michigan 3 Illinois o November 5 (Open) November 12 November 19 Total Michigan Michigan Wisconsin Minnesota Michigan 186 7 o Opponents 21 There is such a jam here that the Aggie back could not have made much ground in this attempt. Two Hundred Fifteen f GOEBEL Vfas elected captain for 1922. He made right end impregnable. CURRAN Louie filled in at end when injuries took out one of the re- gulars, and he did a good job of it. CAPPOX Cappie began the season at tackle, was shifted to half for the Illinois game and was so good at bucking the line that he was kept there except when Yost ran out of ends. There is a big hole in the center of the Aggie line, and it looks as if the Wolverine back would get through for several yards. Two Hundred Sixteen DEA.V A 45 yard place kick was his record in the Minnesota gai He in the Minnesota game, vas also a good punter. BAXKS Ted hurt his knee in the M. A. C. game, and did not get back until the Wisconsin fray. He was a quarterback and also played half. JOHNS An aggressive lineman, who played offensive tackle and de- fensive center. It was hard ot gain ground through him. Lteritz has the ball. It looks as if he were going to drop back and forward pass. TVo Hundred Seventeen I KlPKE Was one of the most valuable men on the Wolverine team. He could usually be counted on for a substantial gain around end or off tackle. Injuries handicapped him, however. KIRK Bernie turned plays in from left end. He was also kept from reaching the highest efficiency by injuries. KXODE Could be used at quarter or half, and always acquited himself creditably. Steketee could not have gone very far on this end run against Ohio, for Slyker was waiting for him. Most of the interference seems to have been lost by the wayside. Two Hundred Eighteen MuiRHEAD Each game saw this sophomore tackle improve. Next season he should be one of the best in the West. XEISCH Yost hoped to turn this sopho- more from end into a tackle at the first of the season, but in- juries kept Xeisch out of the game until late in the season when he played at end. PETRO When Dunne or Wilson could not play, Petro usually had the first call as substitute guard. Captain Walquist of Illinois always worried the Michigan rooters at Urbana when he returned Steketee ' s punts. This time he went quite a distance before he was brought down by a Wolverine tackier. Ttev Hundred Sinttfrn SWAN A very capable substitute at guard. He was the only sub- stitute to get in the game at Illinois. ROBY Had the duties of a fullback to perform after injuries took out Usher. Needless to say, he handled the position in a most satisfactory manner. STEKETEE One of the fastest men on the team. He was credited with many pretty end runs, and did the kicking also. M 9 Steketee ' s field goal from the 15 yard line in the Illinois game was the only score of the day. Two Hundred Twenty USHER Yost had planned to use Kg Hearted Ed at fullback in 1921. His injury in the M. A. C. game prevented his playing until the Wisconsin game when he again hurt his knee after a few minutes of play. UTERITZ Gaby took over the quarter- back job after Banks was hurt. He did so well that he played there the rest of the season. VAX ORDEN Was another man, whom Yost could send in as a guard. Coach Yost couldn ' t tell us what this play was all about. It may have been one of William ' s end runs or it may have been a forward pass. At any rate everybody seems to be there, so that the Badgers must have been pretty close to the Wolverine goal line. Tan Hundred Twenty-one VlCK Walter Camp could not find a better center in the country. That ' s why Ernie made the All- American. No plays got by him. WlLSON Helped make the center of the Wolverine line impregnable. There may have been better guards in the Conference, but there were none who fought harder. Michigan ' s opponents were always watching Harry Kipke, but this fast Michigan back usually broke away for some long runs. Here you see him eluding the Minnesota team. Two Hundred Twenty-two YOST WIEMAJJ THE MICHIGAN COACHING STAFF GOETZ FISHER MATHER STCRZEXEGCEK HAHN nirt.nl In the first quarter of the Ohio State game. Steketee tried a field goal from the 30 yard line, but he barely failed to make good on this attempt. Ttce HunJrfd TscfiOy-tkree Illinois made most of its ground against Michigan on passes such as this one. Fortunately, they failed to make one good for a touchdown. AMA MEN 1921-1922 CRAWFORTH GARFIELD FOOTBALL GUNTHER HENRY KEATLEY LANDOWSKI NOVY RICHARDS SMITH WlEMAN BURKE STANDISH REA TRACK SPURRIER SCHMIDT TIDEY PLATTS CHUTE NAYLOR FREEBORN KELLEY MERZ HOFFMAN BASEBALL MUDD HlCKEY ABBOTT DUNN TOREY LE GALLEY BASKETBALL H. MACGREGOR PIPER WHITLOCK ZEMAN TENNIS BRICK Two Hundred Twenty-four a w J J 05 Two Hundred Twenty-six RAY L FISHER 1921 Varsity Baseball Coach DONALD J. PORTER 1921 arsity Baseball Manager 1921 V ARSITY BASEBALL TEAM OFFICERS PETER J. VAX BOVEX RAY L. FISHER . DONALD J. PORTER . Captain . Coach . Manager PERSONNEL MILTON A. DIXON LOWELL B. GEXEBACH JAMES J. JOHXSOX ADOLPH KLEIN . ARTHUR KARPUS . HOWARD J. LIVERAXCE JOHN S. PERRIN DOUGLAS A. ROBY . KENNETH M. RONAN . ARTHUR J. SCHULTZ . JOHN H. SHACKLEFORD HENRY A. YICK IRWIN C. UTERITZ PETER J. VAN BOVEN . Pitcher . Left Field First Base . Right Field . Third Base . Pitcher Center Field Right Field, Catcher . Right Field . Pitcher . First Base Catcher Second Base . Short Stop Two Hundred Twenty-seven fli Derrill Pratt, coach of the Varsity a t the first of the season, working with " Slicker " Parks, and Captain Van Boven. This fellow mav have hit safely. Two Hundred Twenty-eight VAX BOVEX Varsity Captain in 1921. Played short stop, and was one of the fastest fielders in the Con- ference. VICK Was catcher in 1921, and be- cause of his brilliant work was elected captain for the next season. He was undoubtedly the best catcher in the Conference. REVIEW OF THE SEASON Until the last inning of the final Conference game, the Michigan baseball team of 1921 was a contender for the championship. It was not until the defeat by Wisconsin that Carl Lundgren ' s proteges from Illinois were able to force Michigan from first place in the Big Ten for the first time in four years. When it is realized that Michigan made that record without the services of " Slicker " Parks, who was re-elected to the captaincy for this season, but was forced out of competition through a charge of professionalism, the record of the 1921 team can Be considered little short of remarkable. The indoor practice for the season took place under the tutelage of Derrill Pratt who remained with the team until the spring trip in the South. Ray Fisher took over the coaching of the trip after this and a great deal of credit for Michigan ' s victories must go to him, particularly for his effectiveness in developing new twirlers. After considerable indoor practice but very little outdoor practice, the squad invaded Kentucky, Alabama, and Georgia during spring vacation and managed to win three out of five contests, drop- ping one to the University of Alabama and one to the University of Georgia. The defeat by Ala- bama was avenged by downing them in a second contest. While not particularly successful in the number of victories won, the trip gave the team a chance to round into form, and the pitchers, Dixon, Schultz, Ruzicka and Liverance a chance to test their effectiveness. Tx-o Hundred T ctnty-nine DIXON Was the mainstay of the pitch- ing staff. Control was his chief asset, and when working well, he could hold the best teams in the Conference to a few scattered hits. GENEBACH Played in right field, where he took everything that came his way. In 1920 he was the regular catcher. JOHNSON Substitute first baseman, who handled the initial sack when Shackleford was out of the game. The first week after the return from the South the team won a rather easy contest from Ypsi- lanti Normal and started a string of fourteen victories which was not broken until the end of May when Illinois took the count of Fisher ' s men. Western State Normal had to be content with the short end of a 2-0 game in the last contest before the Conference season opened with a win from Purdue. After meeting and defeating Kalamazoo Normal, the team traveled to Notre Dame when it had to go an extra inning before coming out ahead in an 8-7 fray. In the ninth inning the team came to bat with the score 6-2 against Michigan, but when the inning ended the score was tied. Throughout the season, the heavy end of the batting order was able to come through with hits and runs when they were needed. It is largely due to " sluggers row " , consisting of Uteritz, Van Boven, Perrin, Shackleford, and Karpus that the scores were piled up. Frequently Ernie Yick came through with a double which helped the team considerably. Jack Perrin was particularly effective with the bat and at the end of the season had a remarkable batting average around the .400 mark. To Captain " Pete " Van Boven a great deal of credit must go for the timely homers he made which were responsible for at least two v ictories. The pitchers, too, displayed their effectiveness on numerous occasions. From the O. S. U game until the end of the season, Dixon bore the bulk of the burden for the moundsmen, for in that game when he held Ohio to one hit he showed that he could be counted on. But the work Two Hundred Thirty KARPUS When a hit was needed in a pinch. Coach Fisher could usually count on Joe who handled third base in a remarkable fashion. It was Rarpus ' third year on the Var? I KLEIN Developed into one of the best hitters on the team. He played right field. LIVERAXCE Won his share of the games as pitchers. Livy was just a sopho- more and has two more years to develop. of Schultz, Liverance, and Ruzicka placed Michigan ' s pitching staff on a par with the twirlers o f any of the Conference nines. After the one-hit pitchers ' duel at Columbus the team took a trip west and had little difficulty in piling up large scores against both Chicago and Iowa. Returning to Ann Arbor, the team faced the hardest task of the season, encountering the three best teams in the Big Ten in four days. On Friday the team faced O. S. U. It was not until ten innings had been played that Fisher ' s men came out with the long end of a 4-3 contest. The following day the team met Illinois and suffered the first Conference defeat of the season by losing to the Indians in the last inning by a score of 3-2. With just a day of rest the team encountered Wisconsin on Monday and after eighteen innings of a grueling contest won the game by a score of 9-8 after Jack Perrin had tied the score in the ninth inning with a home run, and Pete Van Boven had tied the score in the fifteenth by knocking a homer with one man on base. The contest was full of thrills and even- available pitcher, also third base- man Karpus, was used by the Michigan team. It was a fitting finish to the home season. The last trip of the year started well when the team avenged their Illinois defeat by downing the Indians 10-4. The Wolverine sluggers had a good day collecting one homer, three triples, and a few doubles. Liverance started to pitch in the final Conference game. When he was unable to hold down the Wisconsin hitters, Dixon, with only one day of rest went into the box. But the Ttre Hfidred Thirty-one PERRIN Led the Varsity in hitting. Jack was a fast man and one of the best outfielders in the Conference. ROBY Understudied Vick as a catcher and also played in the outfield. When Doug connected with the ball, it was usually good for several bases. RONAN A reliable man in the outfield. He played in many of the games. team as a whole played the poorest game of baseball of the year and Wisconsin won 7-6, which gave the title to Illinois taking the baseball championship from Ann Arbor for the first time in four years. During Commencement week the team met Waseda, the oriental team traveling in this country, and in two close contests the Varsity defeated them 2-1 and i-o. The catching of Ernie Vick was one of the remarkable features of the season. There was little wonder that he was chosen by the team to lead them in their attempt to regain the title the follow- ing year. Two Hundred Thirty-two " ' ' " =Hi SCHULTZ " The third member of the Wol- verine pitching staff. He has two more years on the Varsity. SHACKLEFORD Covered first base for the Var- sity. He was a heavy hitter, and vied with Perrin and Karpus for honors. UTERITZ Attracted Big League scouts by the way he covered second base. Whenever Gaby got on first, the opposing catcher was usually worried. RECORD OF GAMES 1921 Date April 10 April 12 April 13 April 14 April 16 April 21 April 23 April 27 April 30 May 2 May 4 May 7 Mav II Opponent University of Kentucky University of Alabama University of Alabama Oglethorpe University of Georgia Ypsilanti Normal Purdue Kalamazoo Normal Notre Dame Purdue Western Normal Chicago M. A. C. Michigan Opponents 9 2 6 16 4 ii 9 2 8 5 8 7 7 i ii 5 8 6 i 3 o 7 o o 6 6 Place Lexington, Ky. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Atlanta, Ga. Athens, Ga. Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Ann Arbor South Bend Lafayette Ann Arbor Chicago Lansing 7 " :ro Hundred Tkiriy-tiirtf Del Pratt shows the squad how to go into second base. May 14 May 1 6 May 1 8 May 2 1 May 23 May 27 May 28 May 30 June i June 4 June 6 June 28 June 29 Iowa O. S. U. Notre Dame Chicago Iowa O. S. U. Illinois Wisconsin M. A. C. Illinois Wisconsin Waseda Waseda Michigan 9 5 6 12 IO 4 2 9 8 10 6 2 I Opponents 4 o 3 3 2 3 3 8 5 4 7 i o Ann Arbor Columbus Ann Arbor Chicago Iowa City Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Urbana Madison Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Two Hundred Thirty-jour two outs, two strikes on Captain Van Boven, and VV isconsin two runs in the lead, it looked rather hopeless for Mich- igan in the fifteenth inning, but Uteritz was on base, and Pete hit the ball so far over the center fielder ' s head that he came into home standing up. Michigan finally won in the eighteenth inning. Tan Hundred Thirty-fee Schultz burns one over Tuo Hundred Thirty-six Somebody Scores Two Hundred Thirty-eight STEPHEN J. FARRELL 1921 Varsity Track Coach RlCHAJlD O. FlSCBER 1921 Varsity Track Manager 1921 VARSITY TRACK TEAM LAWRENCE C. BUTLER STEPHEN J. FARRELL RICHARD O. FISCHER OFFICERS Captain . Coach . Manager PERSONNEL LEO A. BURNS PAUL BURKHOLDER LAWRENCE C. BUTLER CHARLES CRUIK.SHANK DONALD C. DOUGLAS DAVID A. FORBES R. JEROME DUNNE . HOWARD B. HOFFMAN FREDERICK E. JACOBS CHARLES V. LEWIS . RICHARD LOSCH LESTER S. LUKINS CHARLES D. SARGENT Y ALTER B. SIMMONS CLARENCE G. STIPE . LEROY E. SWIFT WILLIAM VAN ORDEN JESSE P. WALKER WALTER WESBROOK . CALVIN WETZEL BRADNER D. WHEELER Half and Quarter Mile . Half Mile Quarter Mile . Hurdles, Broad Jump . Mile Quarter Mile Discus, Hammer, Javelin Javelin Discus . Quarter Mile Sprints . Mile . Hurdles Sprints . Shot Put, Hammer Low Hurdles Shot Put High Jump Pole Vault, Broad Jump Quarter Mile Quarter Mile Two Hundred Thirty-nine u -o o 1 CJ Two Hundred Forty CAPTAIN BUTLER The best quarter miler in the Conference. He won both the indoor and outdoor 440 yard dashes. CAPTAIN-ELECT SIMMONS One of the fastest sprinters in the Conference. His best time in the loo was 10 seconds. REVIEW OF SEASON Although Coach Steve Farrell had no Carl Johnson around whom to build up a team in 1921, the track mentor managed to build up an all-around team which placed second to Illinois in the Conference meet. And although there was nothing spectacular about the performance of any of the men as compared with that of the captain of the preceding year, there were several men who could always be counted on to pick up a few points. Without them Michigan would have come far from making the showing which she did. Captain Butler could always be counted on for first place in the quarter mile. His perform- ance in this event was consistently better than any other quarter-miler in the Conference. Cruik- shank was another point-winner who could be counted on for points in the broad jump and the hurdles. Losch and Simmons were the star performers in the dashes, Van Orden in the weights and Hoffman in the javelin were men who could always be counted on no matter how stiff the competition. The indoor track season began with a dual meet with Chicago at the Windy City, when the Wolverines swamped the Maroons with the final score 64 to 31. All the first places went to Michi- gan except in the half mile and the mile. The outstanding performance of the afternoon was by Captain Butler who smashed the Maroon Gymnasium record by winning the 440 in the fast time of :5i 4-5 seconds. Two weeks later the team went to the Illinois Relays, where the relay teams won second places for Michigan in the mile and two mile events. In the special events Wesbrook took first in the Tiro Hundred Forty-one BuRKHOLDER A fast half miler. He could always be counted on for points He also ran the mile occasionally. CRUIKSHANK Was sure of a first in the broad jump in which he could do 23 feet. He usually led the individ- ual scoring, for he ran both hurdle races also. DOUGLAS Michigan ' s best bet in the mile in 1921. He is also a fast half miler. pole vault, Cruikshank took first in the broad jump, and Walker tied with Alberts of Illinois and Paige of Ames for first place in the high jump. Burkholder was second in the 1000 yard run and Burns third in the 600 yard run. On March 19 the team traveled to Evanston for the indoor Conference meet and gathered 2 5 points placing them second to Illinois who finished with 45. Michigan was just ahead of Wis- consin who finished with 23. In the fifty yard dash Simmons and Losch were first and second respectively. Captain Butler won the only other first place for Michigan by winning the 440 yard dash. Van Orden and Stipe placed second and third in the shot put. Sargent took third place in the high hurdles, and W ' esbrook was third in the pole vault. Burkholder was fourth in the half mile. The relay team came in second to Illinois, thereby adding another three points to the total. The final indoor competition of the year was against Cornell and the Wolverines came out at the long end of a 50 to 35 meet. In this meet the team showed strength in the dash and weak- ness in the distances. Losch, Kelly, and Simmons took the three places in the fifty yard dash, but this was evened up when the Ithacans got a sweep in the mile. Spurrier placed third for Michi- gan in the high jump, first and second going to Cornell. Eight points were added when Van Orden and Stipe took first and second in the shot put. Cruikshank was the only Michigan man to place in the high hurdles and he crossed the tape third. In the quarter mile Wetzel finished first with Larry Butler on his heels. Up to this point the meet was tied, and the points needed to win were added when Wesbrook took first in the pole vault, Burns placed first in the half mile and Cruik- shank and Swift took first and second in the low hurdles. The relay team added five more points when Lewis, Forbes, Wetzel and Butler broke the gymnasium record for the eight lap relay by making the fast time of 2:41:3. Two Hundred Forty-two The longest trip that a Michigan track team has taken in years took place early in April when the squad travelled to the Pacific coast to meet California in one of the most disastrous encounters of the year for Michigan. When the totals were added up the score board showed the final results California, 95; Michigan 43. Out of the sixteen events only two first places were won by the Wol- verines, one by Stipe in the hammer throw and one by Cruikshank in the broad jump. Throughout the entire meet California completely outclassed Michigan, but in every event Michigan managed to place. Losch took third in the 100 yard dash and the 220. Simmons placed second in the 220. Butler, the best quarter-miler in the Conference, took third in that event. Cruikshank was easily high point winner for Michigan for besides winning the broad jump he was second in both the low and high hurdles. Dunne, Van Orden, and Hoffman who collected points in the weights were out- classed by the best weight men in the country. But the showing of the entire team is not to be underestimated in view of the later showing of the Californians when they proved the best team in the country by winning the Eastern Collegiate meet, the first time that a western team has accom- plished that feat. On Alay 7 the team met Ohio at Columbus and in the closest meet of the year managed to nose out the Buckeye cinder aggregation by winning the last event, the hammer throw. The final score was 69 to 66. Simmons won the 100 and the 220, and Wetzel was second in the 220. Pittinger of Ohio beat out Butler in the 440 with Wetzel third. In the distances Michigan had to be content with thirds which were won by Burkholder in the mile and Standish in the two mile. In the weight Simmons and Losch came in some distance behind the winner this time. Hutchinson and Arkley took first and second in the 100 yard dash in fast time in the California-Michigan dual meet at Berkeley. Two Hundred Forty-three DUNNE Was Michigan ' s second best javelin thrower. He was always just a few inches behind Hoffman, and came in second at the Con- ference meet. He also threw the hammer and discus. HOFFMAN Western Conference javelin throw champion. He holds the Big Ten record of 178 feet 4 inches in this event. LEWIS A dependable quarter miler, who helped make Michigan ' s mile relay team the fastest in the Conference. event Stipe won the hammer and tied for another first in the shot put. Dunne contributed two seconds and a third. Hoffman won the javelin throw. Cruikshank and Sargent added ten points in the high and low hurdles. In the broad jump, Cruikshank was second. Walker added a first place in the high jump and Naylor did likewise in the pole vault. The weakness of the team in the distances was never so noticeable as in the dual meet with Illinois at Urbana when the Conference champions defeated the Wolverines by the score of 82 to 53. As usual the Michigan team proved more than a match for their opponents in the dashes and gathered fourteen points in the two dashes when Simmons took first in both events while Wetzel added a second and a third. The only points won in the two hurdles were when Sargent came in first in the high hurdles. Captain Butler contributed more than his usual number of points when he was second in the half mile in addition to his usual first place in the quarter mile. All the points in the mile and the two mile went to Illinois. Wesbrook and Naylor placed first and second in the pole vault. Alberts of Illinois was too much for the Michigan high jumpers and broad jumpers and the best that Walker and Cruikshank could do was to come in second. All the firsts in the weight events went to Illinois as well; Van Orden, Stipe, Hoffman, Dunne, and Jacob winning only a total of twelve points. Just as the indoor meet with Chicago had turned out to be a one-sided affair, so it was with the outdoor meet. When the totals were added up, Michigan had outdistanced the Maroon cinder Two Hundred Forty-four Hii artists to the tune of 108 to 27. Eleven of the fifteen first places went to Michigan and in six events Chicago did not place. A hasty glance at the score book would almost lead one to believe that it was not an intercollegiate meet but a local contest to determine which of the Michigan track squad were the best in their respective events. The final event of the season on the track calendar was the outdoor Conference meet at Chicago on June 4. Illinois proved easily the class of the Big Ten, but a close competition took place be- tween Michigan and Wisconsin for second place with the resulting totals, Illinois, 61 ; Michigan, 35 2 ' , Wisconsin, 29. Twenty of Michigan ' s points were from first places. Captain Butler com- pleted his collegiate competition by winning the quarter mile. Cruikshank, also competing for the last time, took first in the broad jump. Hoffman placed first in the javelin throw, and the relay team made up of Lewis, Burns, Wetzel, and Butler won that event. Six more points were added when Dunne placed second in the javelin throw and Van Orden second in the shot put. Simmons took third in the 220, Losch was fourth in the 100. The remaining points were added by W ' alker who tied for fourth in the high jump and by Burkholder who was fifth in the half mile. Taken as a whole Michigan, and the veteran track coach, Steve Farrell, can be well satisfied with the season. Captain Butler was not running up to his usual form in the meet with California, but even so, it was no disgrace to be beaten by Hendrixon, who won the Eastern Intercollegiate quarter mile later in the year. Two Hundred Forty-five LOSCH One of Michigan ' s sprinters. Dick took a fourth in the 100 yard dash at the Outdoor Con- ference. SARGENT Michigan ' s mainstay in the hurdles. He was a steadv runner. WETZEL Michigan students were deeply grieved to learn of Cal ' s death by drowning during the summer. Besides being an unusual fellow, he was a fast quarter miler, and a member of the mile relav team. Walker high jumping. Two Hundred Forty-si WALKER Echigan ' s best high jumper. He could do six feet easilv. WESBROOK His illness at the last of the season cost Michigan points in the Outdoor Conference meet, for he was good for twelve feet or better. VAN ORDEX The best shot putter at Mich- igan. Could put the weight 43 feet- There were few in the West better than Van. The first lap of the half mile in the Chicago meet. Captain Butler won this event as well as the quarter mile. Burkholder and Douglas also took points for Michigan. Two Hundred Forty-seven Paul Burkholder ran a nice half mile in the California meet. He was second to Sprott, whose time was 1 157 2-5 seconds for the 880. Jacob was Michigan ' s best man in the discus. Two Hundred Forty-eight Wesbrook pole vaulting. Michigan quarter milers scored a slam in the 440 against Chicago. Captain Butler led the way in r o 3-5 seconds, followed by Lewis and heeler. Two Hundred Forty-nine Van Orden took second in the shot put at California with a put of more than 42 feet. FORBES Was another quarter miler and also did some high jumping. BURNS Half and quarter miler. He made his best time in the Cor- nell meet indoors when he turned the half in 1:58 1-5. Two Hundred Fifty WHEELER Was the fourth member of the fast Wolverine mile relav team STIPE Was the best W 7 o!verine in the hammer. He also put the shot. JACOB Threw the discus for Michigan. Two Hundred Fifty-one The low hurdles in the Chicago meet. Hall of Chicago had just finished ahead of Swift and Cruikshank, who can be seen coming to the tape. i Ti - Hoffman threw the javelin 182 feet against Chicago. It was his best record in two years of competition for Michigan. Two Hundred Fifty-two Cruikshank won the broad jump in the Outdoor Conference meet by leaping 25 feet 2 K inches. Two Hundred Fifty-three CROSS COUNTRY CAPT. PENBERTHY Although not exceptionally high in Conference rating, Michigan ' s Cross Country team in 1921 showed an improvement over that of the previous year. With four veterans left as a nucleus for the team, Coach " Steve " Farrell was forced to develop several men. Michigan engaged in four meets including the Conference meet at Lafayette. The Wolverines opened the season at Ann Arbor on Oct 23 with Purdue as opponents and lost the meet by a 32-23 score. Furnas, the best man in the Big Ten, was given a close race by Chute who finished second only a few seconds be- hind the Purdue runner. Chute was followed by Whittemore of Michigan and then by four Boilermakers. The other Michigan men to come in were Bowen, Marston, and Standish who finished eighth, ninth, and tenth respectively. On Oct. 29, Michigan engaged in a triangular meet with Illinois and Ohio State at Urbana. In this meet the Wolverines finished second losing to the Illini. The scores were Illinois, 19; Michigan, 41; Ohio State, 60. Chute again finished second in this run a few seconds behind Allman of Illinois. Other Wolverine har- riers to finish were Standish eighth, Penberthy ninth, Whittemore tenth, Marston twelfth and Bowen fourteenth. On Nov. 5, at Lansing, Michigan defeated M. A. C. in the annual hill and dale run, 29-38. Chute was the first man to cross the tape and was followed by Captain Thurston of the Aggies. Arndt, running his first race as a member of the Varsity, finished fourth, followed by Whittemore seventh, Standish eighth, Bowen ninth, and Captain Penberthy tenth. Michigan finished fifth in the annual Conference meet held at Lafayette. Chute, the first Wolverine runner to come in, placed seventh and thereby won his Varsity " M " . Chute was followed by Arndt twenty-third, Whittemore thirtieth, Penberthy thirty-fourth and Bowen thirty-seventh. At a meeting held shortly before the Christmas holidays Jack Bowen, 24E, was elected captain of the 1922 team. ARNDT EARHART 1921 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY TEAM STANDISH CAPTAIN PENBERTHY COACH FARRELL CHUTE WHITTEMORE BOWEN Two Hundred Fifty-four Basket Ball Season i92i i922 I i m Walter B.Rea Captain 1Q21 - 1922 w H 03 CO Hundred Fifty-six EDWIN J. MATHER 1922 Basketball Coach HENRY D. STRICKER 1922 Varsity Basketball Manager 1922 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM OFFICERS WALTER B. REA . EDWIN J. MATHER . HENRY D. STRICKER . Captain . Coach Manager PERSONNEL HOWARD M. BIRKS GILBERT C. ELY CHARLES PEARMAX GEORGE V. MILLER MEYER PAPER . HARRY W. KIPKE . WALTER B. REA Guard Center Guard Forward . Guard Forward Guard Two Hundred Fifty-stccn CAPTAIN BUD REA Was one of the big cogs in keep- ing the opponents ' score down. He was injured in the Wisconsin game, and kept out until the last two games. CAPTAIN-ELECT ELY Generally considered the best center in the Big Ten. He was fifth high scorer in the Conference with 101 points. 1922 BASKETBALL SEASON Michigan closed the 1922 basketball season in a dual tie for second place by duplicating the remarkable record of the previous year when the Wolverines turned the second half of their sched- ule into a clean sweep of victories, winning from the best teams in the Conference. Michigan shares with Wisconsin the right to second honors, each team winning eight games and losing four and is headed only by Purdue, who holds the championship with eight victories and one defeat. It is significant that these three leading teams are the ones that were locked in a three cornered tie, for the Conference Championship in 1921. Although Michigan and Purdue did not meet this year the Wolverine five lays claim to being the strongest defensive team in the Conference, by virtue of the small number of points scored against it. Opposing Conference teams scored fewer points against Mather ' s combination than against any other five in the Big Ten circuit. Coach Mather opened the season minus the services of three veterans, Karpus, Williams, and Dunne, all of whom had contributed largely to Michigan ' s success in 1921. Karpus and Williams had been lost through graduation while an injury sustained on the gridiron kept Dunne out of com- petition. Added to the difficulty of replacing these men was the loss of Miller, owing to illness, through all of the pre-season games. With but one veteran in the lineup, Captain Rea, Michigan opened the season December 9, against Western State Normal. The Wolverines encountered little difficulty in winning from the Normal five by the count of 25 to 16. A week later Michigan made a trip through Ohio meeting the University of Cincinnati and Case Scientific School, both of whom fell victims to the Wolverine attack, the former by the score of 25 to 18 and the latter by a 29 to 20 score. During the holidays Carnegie Tech journeyed to Ann Arbor for a two game series in which the easterners were twice defeated, the first contest going to Michigan by the score of 36 to 17 and the second by a 48 to 21 count. M. A. C., the next opponent, lost in a hotly contested overtime game, 27 to 26. Ohio State opened the Conference season at Waterman gymnasium in a close game which the Buckeyes took by the score of 25 to 22. The contest was a heartbreaker for Michigan as Ohio Two Hundred Fifty-eight BIRK.S When he was called upon to fill a place at guard, he came thru. Mather expects him to be one of the best running guards in the West next vear. KIPKE Kept the Michigan team go- ing at a swift pace. He was the speediest man on the squad, and although not a dead shot, got his share of the baskets. MILLER Was the high Michigan scorer and was third in the Conference with 139 points. There was no better free throw shooter than he. State did not come with an impressive record, and it was only by a sensational finish that the Buckeyes were able to take the long end of the score. Chicago was the next quintet to face the Wolverines. Strengthened by the return of Miller, Michigan displayed great potential power in downing the Maroons 21 to 16. Miller ' s addition to the squad gave Coach Mather the added offensive strength necessary to round out the play. At Madison, Wisconsin, the Badgers and Wolverines met in one of the hardest fought games in the history of the Western Conference. At the expiration of the two regular periods the two teams were tied 16 all. Wisconsin had held the advantage during the first half, but sensational guarding on the part of Cappon and Rea in the second period held the Badgers scoreless from the field while Miller ' s scoring tied the count. In the five minute overtime period Caeser of Wiscon- sin dropped the ball through the basket for the tally that decided the game 18 to 16 in favor of the Badgers. Illinois at Urbana was the scene of the next engagement for Mather ' s team. Michigan started the game by going into the lead. The score see-sawed back and forth with neither side holding a decided advantage until early in the second period when Kipke was forced out of the fray with a dislocated shoulder. Illinois then took the lead which it maintained until the end of the game which went to it by the score of 20 to 17. Cappon ' s close guarding was the feature of this contest. After the Illinois game Coach Mather had nearly a month in which to correct the faults of his team. The results of his work were clearly manifest in the opening game of the second semester when Michigan ' s concentrated attack fell heavily upon Ohio State and overpowered the Buckeye team 38 to 17 on the Columbus court. Ely, tall Wolverine tip off man, distinguished himself in this fray by amassing 20 counters. Michigan appeared powerful in every department of play against Ohio, and seemed to have struck its stride, only to lose to Indiana at Bloomington, 15 to 14 the next night. The Wolverine five led during the greater part of this contest, but a long basket scored by Indiana in the closing minutes of play deprived Mather ' s team of a victory. The Wolverines, holding the lowly position of seventh place, then began their remarkable ascent which carried them from seventh to second place over a schedule of six games in which Michi- gan was victorious in every contest. The fast flying Wisconsin five met Michigan in a return game Two Hundred Fifty-nine PAPER Did not get into the earliest games on the schedule, but with each contest he became better until at the end of the season he was a regular in the line-up. PEARMAN Substituted in several of the carries, and acquitted himself so well that he won his letter. which was closely waged from start to finish, the Wolverines winning 18 to 17 chiefly through the unerring eye of Miller who threw fouls, when points were needed, with infallible accuracy. In a return game with Indiana, Michigan encountered little difficulty in disposing of the Hoosiers, 24 to 1 6. With the percentage column standing at an even .500, Michigan met the speedy Illinois five led by the famed Carney. Coach Mather was facing a difficult problem in this game in the matter of stopping the high scoring Illinois leader, for both of Michigan ' s experienced guards, Captain Rea and Cappon, were unable to play. To Birks and Paper was assigned the task of breaking up the opposing offense, while to Ely and Miller fell the task of outscoring the Illini. When the game opened it was evident that Michigan ' s team work had reached its highest point of perfection for the Wolverines counted baskets from every angle while their opponents were unable to penetrate the five man defense designed for them by Mather, with the result that Michigan was the victor by a score of 42 to 16. Ely played at the height of his form, outjumping both Carney and Still- well and scoring 10 field baskets. Paper and Birks thwarted all attempts of the opposing forwards to score while Miller and Kipke were in evidence at all times. At Iowa City, Michigan met strong opposition from the Hawkeye five. During the initial half the Wolverines experienced little difficulty in outscoring their rivals, but Miller was forced out of the play in the second period with the result that Iowa reached a total of 20 when the game ended, while Michigan held the lead with 22 points. In a return game Michigan was forced to play at top speed to win from the fast climbing Hawkeyes 25 to 19. Miller was the big cog in Michigan ' s scoring machine during this game while Shimek threatened for Iowa. Northwestern closed the season with the Wolverines in a game in which Michigan won by 29 to 19. Michigan led throughout and was not forced to extend itself to maintain the advan- tage. Ely, Birks, and Paper featured in the closing game. Birks ' dribbling in the closing games was a noteworthy point of the Michigan play. Captain Rea, who had been out of the play with an injured shoulder entered the final game long enough to close his Conference play with one of the long baskets for which he was famous. Of the 1922 squad but two, Captain Rea and Pearman, will be lost by graduation. Coach Ma- ther should have a strong nucleus for next year with five " M " men with which to open the season. Two Hundred Sixty Captain-elect Ely, Miller, Kipke, Birks, and Paper, the combination which closed the season for Michigan, will all be back next year, while the " AMA " men, Piper, Whitlock and McGregor, will also be available. In addition to the regulars that will return next season, Coach Mather will also have Cappon and Reason, both of whom appeared in most of the games of the first semester. In- eligibility took both these men from the squad, however, and prevented their receiving letters. Cappon ' s playing in these first games was such as to mark him as almost certainty for All-Conference teams. The team this year was the strongest, offensively and defensively, that Mather has yet de- veloped. Two men, Ely and Miller, were among the five high scorers of the Conference and both of these men have been chosen, by critics, for positions on mythical All-Conference fives. 1921-1922 GAMES Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan 26 25 26 36 48 27 22 Western State Normal 15 Cincinnati Case Carnegie Carnegie M. A. C. Ohio State 18 20 17 21 26 25 Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan 17 38 H 18 24 42 22 Illinois Ohio State Indiana Wisconsin Indiana Illinois Iowa 20 I 16 16 20 Michigan 21 Chicago 16 Michigan 25 Iowa 19 Michigan 16 Wisconsin 18 Michigan 25 Northwestern 19 CONFERENCE BASKETBALL STANDING Won Lost Percentage Won Purdue 8 I .889 Chicago 5 Lost Percentage 7 -417 Michigan 8 4 .667 Ohio State 5 7 -417 Wisconsin 8 4 .667 Minnesota 5 -417 Illinois 7 5 .584 Indiana 3 7 -300 Iowa 5 6 . 454 Northwestern 3 9 -250 Two Hundred Sixty-one TENNIS Undoubtedly the 1921 team was the strongest that has ever represented the University. Not only were the leading Conference schools played, but also the best teams of the East, West, and South. Ohio State, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Chicago were decisively beaten in the Big Ten. Okla- homa, the best in the South suffered like defeat. In the East, Cornell and Amherst were beaten Only the one, two, three teams of the country could win from Michigan. They were Leland Stanford, Harvard, and Yale When one stops to con- sider that the strongholds of tennis are in California and along the Atlant ic coastboard, the showing of the Varsity was de- cidedly impressive. The personnel of the 1921 team was made up of Captain Walter Wesbrook, Lewis Munz, Robert Angell, Charles Merkel, and George Reindel, Jr. Before the season was hardly more than half over, however, the team was dealt a severe blow when Captain Wesbrook was stricken with appendicitis, and was out the rest of the year. His services were greatly missed in the later matches, but Stanford alone was able to beat the Varsity even without Wesbrook. Up to the time of his opera- tion, Wesbrook was generally regarded as the best college player in the country. Despite the absence of Wesbrook, Michigan made a creditable showing in the annual Conference tournament in the person of Lewis Munz. Munz went through to the final round in a field of some CAPTAIN W. WESBROOK ANGELL REINDEL WESBROOK MERKEL Two Hundred Sixty-two L. Muxz C. MERKEL 32 players. He lost the singles title to Fritz Bastian of Indiana after three ' hard sets. The doubles title again went to Vories and Segal of Chicago. For the 1922 team, it is still too early to make any forecasts or predictions. Three of the best men, Wesbrook, Munz, and Angell, of the 1921 team have been lost by graduation. This leaves but two veterans, Charles Merkel and George Reindel, Jr. for a nucleous to this year ' s team. Mer- kel was elected captain to succeed Wesbrook, and Reindel was chosen manager. Being still in college, Wesbrook has offered his services in coaching the team. Two AMA men will be avail- able in the persons of Frederick Worcester and Julian Zemon. Last year ' s freshman team showed a number of players of promise among whom are Edward Kline, Weldon Hames, Charles Hodgman, Fred Tracy, Cornell Walbridge, Paul Dunakin, and Howell Zook. Other players of abi lity on the campus are Johann Rorich, Frederic Sanchez, Ernest Brick, Richard Gregory, and John Gustus. From this list of men Coach Wesbrook assisted by Professor Alfred O. Lee and Professor Arthur E. Boak should be able to build up a team of considerable strength. RESULTS OF THE 1921 SEASON MICHIGAN-. 4 OHIO STATE, 2 SATURDAY, MAY 7 AT COLUMBUS, OHIO Wesbrook (M) YVirthwein (O.S.U.) Angell (M) Merkel (M) Vesbrook and Muna (M) Judd -YVirthwein (O.S.U.) MICHIGAN, 2 OKLAHOMA, i. THURSDAY. MAY 12 AT ANN ARBOR Wesbrook (M) defeated B. Parks (O.) Munz (M) defeated K. Parks, (O.) Darrough (O)_ defeated Angell (M) defeated defeated defeated defeated defeated defeated Hane (O.S.U.) 6-1, 6-2 Munz (M) 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 Carran (O.S.U.) 9-7, 6-2 Judd (O.S.U.) 4-6, 6-3, 8-6 Leohnert and Hane (O.S.U.) 6-2, 7-5 Angell and Reindel (M) 2-6, 6-4, 6-3 6-2,6-3 6-3,6-3 7-5, 7-5 B. Parks-K. Parks (O) defeated Wesbrook-Munz (M) 8-6, 3-5, rain Munz (M) Angell (M) C. Bros (Minn) Reindel (M) Munz and Angell (M) Reindel and Merkel (M) MICHIGAN, 5- SATURDAY, MAY 14, defeated defeated defeated defeated defeated MINNESOTA, i. 1921, AT ANN ARBOR Norton (Minn) B. Bros. (Minn) Merkel (M) Pidgeon (Minn) defeated 6-3, 7-9, 6-2 6-3,6-1 6-2,6-4 6-1,6-4 Norton and B. Bros (Minn) 6-1, 8-6 Pidgeon and C. Bros (Minn) 8-6, 62 Two Hundred Sixty-three Wes brook (M) Munz (M) Angell (M) Merkel (M) Munz and VVesbrook (M) Reindel and Angell (M) MICHIGAN, 6 WISCONSIN, o. MONDAY, MAY 16, 1921 AT ANN ARBOR defeated Treddell (W) 6-1, 6-3 defeated Gotfredson W) 6-3, 6-1 defeated Aagesen (W) 9-7, 6-4 defeated Pickard (W) 6-4, 6-3 defeated Aagesen and Tredwell (W) 6 I, 62 defeated Gotfredsen and Pickard (W) 6-2, 6-2 MICHIGAN, 2 YALE, 4. WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1921 AT NEW HAVEN, CONN. Wesbrook (M) Bundy (Y) Wheeler (Y) Moss (Y) Wesbrook and Munz (M) defeated Williams (Y) 6-3, 6-3 defeated Munz (M) 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 defeated Angell (M) 6-0, 6-3 defeated Merkel (M) 0-7, 6-4 defeated Williams and Bundy (Y) 7-5, 6-3 Wheeler and Moss (Y) defeated Angell and Reindel (M) 6-4, 6-2 MICHIGAN, 2 HARVARD, 4. THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1921 AT CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Wesbrook (M) defeated Fenno (H) 7-5, 6-3 Munz (M) defeated deTurenne (H) 6-4, 1-6, 8-6 Duane (H) defeated Angell (M) 6-3, 6-1 Feibleman (H) defeated Merkel (M) 6-1,6-2 Fenno and deTurenne (H) defeated Wesbrook and Munz (M) 7-5, 7-5 Duane and Feibleman (H) defeated Angell and Reindel 6-3, 6-4 R. ANGELL MICHIGAN, 6 AMHERST, o. FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1921 AT AMHERST, MASS. VVesbrook (M) defeated " Munz (M) defeated Angell (M) defeated Merkel (M) defeated Munz and Angell (M) defeated Wesbrook and Reindel (M) defeated Titus (A) 6-0, 6-0 Snider (A) 6-3,6-4 Plimpton (A) 6-2, 6-4 Brickett (A) 6-4, 8-10, 7-5 Titus and Snider (A) 6-2, 9-7 Arnold and Plimpton (A) 6-2, 6-1 Munz (M) Angell (M) Merkel (M) Reindel (M) Xo doubles played MICHIGAN, 4 -CORNELL, o. SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1921 AT ITHACA, N. Y. Mallory (C) Pennock (C) Fisher (C) defeated defeated defeated defeated Cassidy (C) 6-4, 6-8, 8-6 2-6, 6-2, 6-4 5-7, 6-i, 6-4 8-10,6-1,6-1 Munz (M) Angell (M) Merkel (M) Reindel (M) Munz and Angell (M) MICHIGAN, 6 M. A. C., o. WEDNESDAY, JUNE I, 1921 AT ANN ARBOR defeated Palm (M.A.C.) 6-1, 6-3 defeated Freeman (M.A.C.) 6-0, 6-1 defeated Croll (M. A. C.) 6-3, 5-7, 6-1 defeated Beal (M. A. C.) 6-1, 6-2 defeated Palm and Cross (M. A. C.) 6-0, 6-2 Reindel and Merkel (M) defeated Croll and Beal (M. A. C.) 6-3, 8-6 MICHIGAN, 4 CHICAGO, 2. MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1921 AT ANN ARBOR defeated Segal (C) 6-1, 64 defeated Angell (M) 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 defeated Frankenstein (C) 6-1, 6-1 defeated Hazzard (C) 6-1, 97 defeated Munz and Angell (M) 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 Reindel and Merkel (M) defeated Hazzard and Frankenstein (C) 10-8 5-7, 7-5 Munz (M) Vories (C) Merkel (M) Reindel (M) Vories and Segal (C) MICHIGAN, o LELAND STANFORD, 3. SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1921 AT ANN ARBOR Davies (S) defeated Munz (M) Neer (S). defeated Angell (M) Davies and Xeer (S) defeated Munz and Angell (M) G. REINDEL, JR. Two Hundred Sixty-four 1922 HOCKEY TEAM Michigan ' s hockey team enjoyed a highly successful season in 1922. The ice sextette played u matches and was defeated by only two opponents, Notre Dame and the Michigan School of Mines. The Wolverines opened the season against M. A. C. winning by a 5-1 score. Next came the Detroit Rayls who were defeated 3-2. The Maize and Blue then made a northern trip to Houghton where they suffered two defeats at the hands of the Michigan School of Alines, but in a third game on a neutral floor the Wolverines handed that team a 4-1 defeat. Kerr and Sanregret at right and left wings and Captain McDuff at right defense were the outstanding stars on this vear ' s team. CAPTAIN K. R. McDuFF Following are the results of the 1922 schedule: Michigan 5 Michigan 3 Michigan 2 Michigan I Michigan 2 Michigan 4 Michigan 6 Michigan 4 Michigan 5 Michigan 5 Michigan Agricultural College i Detroit Rayls 2 Notre Dame 3 (overtme) Michigan School of Mines 2 Michigan School of Mines 5 Michigan School of Mines I isconsin 3 Notre Dame 7 (overtime) isconsin I Y indsor Monarchs 2 E. R. GOLDMAN, Mgr. V. COMB. W. LEVI, K. R. McDurr, Capt., F. STEKETEE, G. R. ANDERSON, Coach E. KAHN R. H. BARKELL R. SANRECRET W. FOLLIS R. KERR Two Hundred Sixty-five 1922 WRESTLING TEAM With the acquisition of Clifford Thorne, of Detroit, as coach, wrestling was instituted in 1922 as an informal sport on the campus. Much interest has been shown in this form of athletics and with Coach Thorne heretodirect and supervise the men everything points to the success of the mat game at Michigan. The initial Wolverine team in this sport engaged in several matches with the following results: Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan 44 29 18 18 Detroit Junior College o Detroit Y. M. C. A. 18 Michigan Agricultural College 20 Michigan Agricultural College 15 In the All Campus meet this season C. P. Haller won the championship of the heavyweights, M. R. Smith of the light heavyweights, E. M. Clifford of the welterweights, E. W. Gilliard of the lightweights and G. L. DeFoe of the featherweights. CAPT. C. P. HALLER CAMPBELL CLIFFORD, Mgr. GILLARD CZYSZ BoSCHAN HALLER, Capt. MOFFITT HALBERG DEFOE MEEKER Two Hundred Sixty-six 1922 SWIMMING TEAM Michigan ' s second year of informal aquatic competition was quite suc- cessful, the team engaging in four regular meets and also in several tank ex- hibitions with the Detroit Athletic Club. Valentine, Babcock, and Hubbard in the crawl and backstroke were the high point winners of this year ' s team. Results of the meets were as follows: Michigan 56 M. A. C. Michigan 27 University of Pittsburgh Michigan 22 Cleveland Y. M. C. A. Michigan 16 Erie Y. M. C. A. 12 41 56 CAPTAIN LYNDON C. BABCOCK MILDXER ALDRICH K. BABCOCK ELLIOT K.ERN L. BABCOCK. Capt. ' HITE HUBBARD ULLMAX KOCH VALENTINE JEROME FROST Two Hundred Sixty-seven WORK OF THE INTRAMURAL DEPARTMENT ELMER D. MITCHELL Director of Intramural Athletics WALLACE F. ELLIOTT, ' 23 1921-22 Intramural Manager, First Semester RALPH O. RYCHENER ......... Assistant Intramural Director DANIEL P. KEARNEY . . Intramural Manager, Second Semester SPORTS MANAGERS FALL SPORTS HAROLD S. ARNER, ! 24E BASEBALL WILLIAM H. MERNER, ' 24 BASKETBALL ROBERT W. PRESTON, ' 24E TRACK SEWARD S. CRAMER, ' 23 MINOR SPORTS GILBERT T. JEROME, ' 23E 1920-21 Interfraternity all-around championships Interclass Soccer tournament Interfraternity Soccer tournament Freshman cross-country run .... All campus cross country run Interfraternity cross country run All campus Tennis tournament All campus Tennis tournament, doubles Interfraternity Bowling ... Interclass Bowling ..... Interfraternity Swimming .... Interfraternity Basketball .... Interclass swimming ..... Interclass Basketball ..... Society League ...... Church League ...... Interclass Hockey ..... Interclass Track ...... Freshman Track ...... Interfraternity Track . . . . . All Campus foul shooting .... Interfraternity foul shooting Speedball Won by Sigma Nu; Delta Upsilon, second Won by Senior Engineers; Sophomore Lits, second Won by Phi Gamma Delta; Alpha Sigma Phi, second . Won by E. Isbell, Reinke, second Won by G. H. Griffin W 7 on by Phi Sigma Delta; Phylon, second Won by W. T. Hames; John Gustus, runner-up Won by Dunakin-Zook; Kline-Hodgman, runner-up Won by Delta Theta Phi; Phi Delta Theta, second Won by Junior Lits; Junior Engineers, second Won by Beta Theta Pi; Sigma Chi, second Won by Sigma Chi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, second Won by Freshman List . Won by Senior Engineers; Soph, lits, second Won by Detroiter ' s, Deng, captain . Won by Methodists; Kneebone, captain Won by Freshman Lits; Junior Engineers, second Won by Freshman; Sophs., second High Point winner; Barth, ' 24 Won by Sigma Nu; Delta Tau Delta, second Won by G. T. Jerome; P. E. Warney, second Won by Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Sigma Kappa, second Won by Phi Delta Theta; Alpha Sigma Phi, second Wrestling, Boxing, Handball, Baseball, Outdoor track, Tennis, Horshoe pitching, and golf tournaments to be held later. ARNER Two Hundred Sixty-eight MERNER CRAMER PRESTON PUBLICATIONS Two Hundred Seventy THE 1922 M I C H I G A X E X S I A X Official Yearbook of the University ROBERT F. WIEXEKE Business Manager JAMES G. FREY Managing Editor EDITORIAL STAFF JAMES G. FREY, Managing Editor EDITORIAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE EMERSON SWART EVELYN ROCKWELL JOHN P. DAWSOX PHILIP RINGER BURTON DUNLOP . THORNTON W. SARGENT. JR. . CHARLES GESSNER SEWARD CRAMER . CHARLES PROCTOR . GEORGE STONE . WILLIAM GOODSITE MAX SCHRAYER, ROBERT RlCE ATHALIE HOUGH FLORENCE REINER UPPER STAFF MARION VAX EVERY ART STAFF WALDO W. GOWER Assistant to Managing Editor . Senior Editor . Sports Editor Classes Editor . Organization Editor Publications Editor . Photographic Editor Music and Drama Editor . Feature Edit ors Vomen ' s Editor Assistant Women ' s Editor BETHANY LOVELL BUSINESS STAFF ROBERT F. WIENEKE, Business Manager BUSINESS ASSISTANTS SHELDON M. BROWN ROBERT MARTIN SAMUEL GREENBERG HAZEL STORZ WALTER H. VELDE Two Hundred Seventy-one n 2 O 5 u X H 7 " zco Hundred Seventy-two hr fHtrluunn Daily The Greatest College Daily EDITORIAL STAFF ERXOX F. HlLLERT Business Manager BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL, ' 22 . JOSEPH H. BERNSTEIN. ? 22 E. P. LOVEJOY, JR., ' 23 J. B. YOUNG, ' 24 R. E. ADAMS. ' 23; JOHN P. DAWSON, ' 24 CAMPBELL Editor BREWSTER P. Managing Managing Editor Assistant Managing Editor City Editor Asst. City Editor EDWARD LAMBRECHT, ' 2;: G. P. OVERTON, ' 22; M. B. STAHL, ' 23; PAUL WATZEL, " 23 . Night Editors L. ARMSTRONG KERN. ' 22 . ... Editorial Board Chairman LEO HERSHDORFER. ' 23; E. R. MEISS, ' 23 . . Assistants THORNTON W. SARGENT. JR., ' 22 . . . Sunday Magazine Editor GEORGE E. SLOAN. 7 2 SIDNEY B. COATES, ' 22 . GEORGE REINDEL. ' 22 ELIZABETH YICKERY, ' 22 MAURICE BERMAN. ' 23 JACK D. BRISCOE. ' 24 Y. B. BUTLER. ' 2; R. X. BYERS. " 24 A. D. CLARK. " 24 HARRY C. CLARK, ' 24 J. P. COMSTOCK, JR., ' 24 ROBERT V. COOPER, ' 24 EVELYN J. COUGHLIN. ' ;; W. F. ELLIOTT, ' 23 H. A. DONAHUE, ' 24 DOROTHY G. GELTZ. ' 2 H. B. GRUNDY, ' 22 SADYEBETH HEATH. ' 24 WlXOXA A. HlBBARD, ' 24 HARRY D. HOEY, ' 24 AGNES HOLMQUIST, ' 22 H. E. HOWLETT, ' 23 MARION KERR, ' 23 L. S. KERR. ' 23 M. A. KLAVER, ' 23 22 BUSINESS STAFF YERNON F. HlLLERY. ' 23 F. M. HEATH. ' 22: A. J. PARKER, ' 23 .. NATHAN W. ROBERTSON. ' 23 JOHN J. HAMELS. JR. ' 2; ... ROBERT DAVIS. ' 2;: HEROLD C. HUNT. ' 23 . ASSISTANTS JAMES PRENTISS. ' 24 MAURICE MOULE, ' 23 MARTIN COLORING, ' 2 W. COOLEY. ' 23 L. BEAUMONT PARKS. ' 24 WALTER K. SCHERER. ' 24 EDWARD MURANE. " 24 RICHARD CUTTING, ' 22 TYLER STEVENS. DAVID PARK, ' 23 PAUL BLUM, ' 24 Exchange Editor . Music Editor Sporting Editor . Women ' s Editor VICTOR KLEIN, ' 23 MARION KOCH. ' 23 B. H. LEE, ' 23 ROBERT M. LOEB, ' 24 J. E. MACK, ' 24 KATHRINE MONTGOMERY, R. C. MORIARTY, ' 24 LILLIAN SCHER, ' 24 R. B. TARR, ' 24 YIRGINIA TRYON, ' ' 23 DOROTHY WHIPPLE, ' 22 Business Manager Advertising Managers Publication Manager Accounts Manager Circulation Managers H. WILLIS HEIDBREDER, ' 23 W. KENNETH GALBRAITH, ' 24 JAMES A. DRYER. ' 24 RICHARD HEIDEMAN, ' 23 T. H. WOLFE, ' 24 Two Hundred SfTfnt -lhrfe CO w S 5 U ON W Hundred Seventy-four u THE MICHIGAN CHIMES Campus Opinion Monthly BOARD OF DIRECTORS President of the Student Council ..... ANGUS GOETZ, ' 22M President of the Michigan Union .... EMERSON SWART, ' 22E Managing Editor of the Michigan Daily . . BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL, ' 22 President of the Woman ' s League ..... EDNA A. GROFF, ' 22 Representative of Michigamua ..... JAMES G. FREY, ' 22 EDITORIAL STAFF F. M. SMITH, ' 22 BOWEN E. SCHUMACHER, ' 24.L JAMES HOUSE, JR., ' 24.L WEST H. GALLOGY, ' 24X5 CLEMENT A. SMITH, ' 23; BRUCE VAN DUSEN, ' 22 . GEORGE L. STONE, ' 23 JOHN C. MC NNIS, ' 24!, Managing Editor Assistant Managing Editor Art Editor . Associate Editors Pictorial Editor . Assistant Pictorial Editor Issue Editors . HERBERT S. CASE, ' 23; H. M. DORR, ' 23; HOWARTH GNAU, IRVING B. GOLDSMITH, ' 23; E. C. McCoBB, ' 23; JOHN MITCHELL, ' 23 Editorial Assistants . JOHN STEPHENS, ' 24; BERNARD KOLB, ' JOHN M. RUSSELL, ' 24 BUSINESS STAFF 23 24; Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Advertising Manager Publication Manager . Credit Manager Circulation Department . Foreign Advertising . THOMAS C. TRUSS, ' 22 . F. M. HEATH, ' 22 RUSSEL S. PERSING, ' 22 . HAROLD HAWKS, ' 22 ROBERT W. ACKLEY, ' 23 . AMOS ALLMAN, ' 23 JAMES HUME, ' 23 BUSINESS ASSISTANTS EDWARD J. SWINK, JR., ' 24 LEONARD ETTLESON, ' 24 GEORGE BEEMAN, ' 24 W. SCHERER, ' 24 H. LEYDA, ' 24 ELIZABETH VICKERY, ' 22 MADELYN KIRKPATRICK, ' 22 FRED SIMS, ' 24 Gus H. BOBERTZ, ' 24 R. N. WATKINS, ' 23 THOMAS C. TRUSS Business Manager F. M. SMITH Managing Editor Two Hundred Seventy-five b hi CO O u O Two Hundred Seventy-six Managing Editor Business Manager Art Editor . THE GARGOYLE l ni?frsit Humorous Monthly ART STAFF JAMES HOUSE, ' 2.J.L Y. V. GOWER, ' 23 ELMER G. WELLIN. ' 23 EDITORIAL STAFF JOHN V. KELLY, J 2 L SYDNEY SARASOHN, ' 22 . CLAYTON B. SEAGEARS, ' 23 LEE ATWOOD, ' 23 CARL HUBACH, ' 22 JOHN C. CLARKE, ' 24 LEE BOYD. ' 23 L HARDY H. HOOVER, ' 23 CLEMENT SMITH, ' 23 DONALD CONEY, ' 24 ROLAND V. RANDALL, ' 24 CARROLL B. JONES, ' 24 ROBERT HASTINGS, ' 22 UPPER STAFF, BUSINESS MILTON S. GEIGER, ' 22 J. Ross RIFORD, ' 23 WENDELL HERRICK, ' 23 RONALD P. SELWAY, ' 23 EVERETT B. MICHAELS, ' 23 LOREN SULLIVAN, ' 23L LOWER STAFF BUSINESS HERBERT F. BARRETT, ' 24 DONALD FREDRICKS, ' 24 LEO I. FRANKLIN, ' 24 LEONARD J. GOLDWATER. ' 24 CLAYTON G. HALE, ' 24 HARRY ROBINSON. " 24 DONALD W. STEKETEE, ' 24 DAVID J. SEDER. ' 24 SYDNEY SARASOHX Bu si ness Manager JOHN V. KELLY Managing Editor 7 cr Hundred Se?fnty-seTfx t, d. C 2 H u H w H Two Hundred Seventy-eight THE MICHIGAN T E C H X I C The Engineering College Quarterly A. J. STOCK. JR., ' 22 . M. A. GOETZ, ' 22 . W. P. CAMPBELL. ' 22 F. D. JOHNSTON. ' 22 R. L. NEALE. ' 22 . S. A. REUBEN. ' 23 H. S. SIMPSON. ' 22 . W. A. COTTON. ' 23 A. B. CURTIS. ' 22 J. A. FISHER, ' 23 C. M. KINDEL, ' 23 X. BREWER. ' 23 B. KETELHUT, ' 22 H. LUND, ' 24 . D. GOLDBERG, ' 23 V. F. KING. ' 24 J. N. GOSINSKI. ' 25 H. M. PRESTON. ' 24 V. E. DOTY. ' 24 J. A. BERESFORD. " 24 ASSISTANTS D. A. HOLM, ' 24 R. H. KRAUSE, ' 24 H. H. HUBBARD, ' 24 C. ROBERTSON. ' 25 F. A. KIMMICH, ' 25 S. H. HULSE, " 25 F. A. LEISEN, ' 25 . Managing Editor . Business Manager . Associate Editor . Associate Editor . College Editor Alumni Editor . Transitory Editor Publication Manager Advertising Manager Asst. Advertising Manager Local Advertising Manager . Circulation Manager Art Editor Asst. Art Editor D. D. WILSON. ' 24 K. R. KEYDEL, ' 25 C. A. FULLER, ' 25 R. K. SUPER, ' 25 R. W. MCDONNELL, ' 24 R. McI.NTOSH, ' 24 ADVISORY BOARD Chairman PROFESSOR E. M. BRAGG Secretary PROFESSOR A. O. LEE Treasurer PROFESSOR J. E. EMSWILER Advisory Editor PROFESSOR J. R. NELSON Pres. Engineering Socift GEORGE GREGORY FACULTY ADVISOR MR. C. F. LYMAN M. A. GOETZ Business Manager A. J. STOCK Managing Editor 7 gpo Hundred Serenty-nint THE W O L V E R I X E University Summer School Paper NATHAN W. ROBERTSON Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF L. ARMSTRONG KERN .... GERALD P. OVERTON, JOHN P. DAWSON, JR. HUGH W. HITCHCOCK .... JAMES B. YOUNG ..... HARRY B. GRUNDY .... VIRGINIA V. TRYON . . . . . CLEMENT A. SMITH .... G. D. EATON N. L. DES JARDINS GEORGE E. SLOAN Ross CAMPBELL EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS ROBERT A. BROWN ELEANOR MILLER K. M. DAVENPORT L. ARMSTRONG KERN Managing Editor Managing Editor Issue Editors News Editor City Editor Sports Editor . Women ' s Editor Humor Editor Literary Editor ALFRED J. WRIGHT JOHN S. MORRIS KARL L. HUBELER BUSINESS STAFF NATHAN W. ROBERTSON ... ... Business Manager W. K. GALBRAITH, DONALD F. ALLEN, G. WALTER FISKE, JR. . Advertising HEROLD C. HUNT, TOWNSEND H. WOLFE ..... Circulation OTTO T. DRAEWELL, JOSEPH B. VLACK . . . . Accounts THE 1921 WOLVERINE STAFF Two Hundred Eighty THE STUDENTS ' DIRECTORY CLIFFORD G. CURRIE. 23 E Business Manager ASSISTANT EDITORS LINCOLN J. CARTER, ' 23 MARGARET L. MAC!XTYRE. ' 23 WENDELL HERRICK, ' 23 BURTON E. DUNLOP, ' 23 Managing Editor H. C. BOND. ' 22 JOSEPH B. YLACK, ' 23 E EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS ELIZABETH S. HOYT, ' 23 MARIE A. GAERTNER, ' 23 CHARLES E. HOWARD, ' 23 GERTRVDE N. SCHMITT, ' 23 ANNE KEIDANZ. ' 23 GENEVA C. KENT. ' 23 HELEN C. CRANE, ' 23 MARY E. SIEFERT. ' 23 JAMES A. BERESFORD, 7 HAROLD B. GESSXER, ' 24 MARJORIE SWEET, ' 24 EMILY L. SHEPARD, ' 24 ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER R. ELLERY DYMENT, ' 23E THE 1921-22 DIRECTORY STAFF Txo Hundred Eighty-one " ' " - " ' THE ATHLETIC PROGRAM A large program, exquisitely done in colors and pictures, is published once a year on the occasion of the homecoming football game. Other programs for ath- letic events of all kinds are published by the staff dur- ing the year. BRUCE H. BACON Business Manager and Managing Editor BUSINESS STAFF E. E. HARTWIG F. CHESTER SWIGERT J. E. MACK EDITORIAL STAFF J. W. CROUSHORE B. B. BLACKSTEN Two Hundred Eighty-two VOL. XX, NO. 2 DECEMBER, 1921 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW CONTENTS CONSTITUTIONAL LAW IK 1920-1921, II . . Thomas Reed Pou-ell 135 THE GROW -em-n_v- ' POWER T " JOHN BARKER WAITE Editor-in-Chief ASSOCIATE EDITORS HENRY M. BATES EDWIX D. DICKINSON RALPH V. AIGLER BURKE SHARTEL EDSON R. SUNDERLAND CYRIL E. BAILEY D. HALE BRAKE FREDERICK D. CARROLL ELWYN G. DAVIES . EDWARD C. P. DAVIS PAUL W. GORDON . LEO V. KURN GEORGE E. LONGSTAFF CLYDE Y. 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President PROFESSOR EDSON R. SUNDERLAND .... Supervising Manager DEAN J. A. BURSLEY PROFESSOR M. P. TILLEY STUDENT MEMBERS RENAUD SHERWOOD, ' 22 .. ... . Secretary GEORGE O. BROPHY, ' 22!, C. MAURICE ATKINSON, ' 22 Two Hundred Eighty-four ORGANIZATIONS Robert Frost, poet, has been the guest of the Univer- sity of Michigan during the past year. His presence here has not only been a source of immeasurable pleasure or the student body, but it has been, as well, an inspiration to those interested in the field in which he is considered one of the foremost men of his day. His presence here was made possible by a fellowship endowed by Chase S. Osborne, ex-governor of Michigan. Two Hundred Eighty-six MV.S E C AN n n n n a pdp r ri Tiro Hundred Eigkty-saen u z 13 o Q Q Z O o a u ii o E- Hundred Eighty-eight -s% r U N L I V E R S I T Y OF MICHIGAN G MANDOLIN CLUB OFFICERS GORDOX F. GODLEY LEE AND . Manager THOMAS E. DEWEY . ........ JAMES CROUSHORE . . ... HOWARD C. WALSER . ...... JAMES STEVEVS Assistant Manager Assistant Manager Assistant Manager Program Manager PAUL ATZEL Publicity Manager GLEE CLUB FRANK. L THOMAS Director CHARLES B. FUTCH . President ROBERT R DIETERLE Leader GAGE CLARKE Accompanist FIRST TENORS SECOND TENORS FIRST BASSES KARL FAIRBANKS LA MOTT BATES ARTHUR E. MOORE Jos. J. GUADAGNO STANLEY S. HAWKES PHILLIP J. BEATTY ELBERT D. HASKINS HENRY T. IRVING DONALD B. CHUBB EARL G. KEIM JOHN H. MORSE JAMES O. COATES H. H. EUSTROM LEONARD F. MEILANDER ROBERT R. DIETERLE WILLIAM R. McCix Y ROBERT A. MANCHESTER NELSON JOYNER WALTER J. NICHOLS CHARLES M. MOWER JOE J. LABADIE HAROLD J. POTTER LOWELL K. MOWER LUCIAX LANE ROBERT C. RUMSEY WESLEY L. NUTTEN HAROLD LOWRY HOWARD C. WALSER J. H. TUTTLE F. ARTHUR LANSON HERBERT WAGNER FREIDEL C. WILKENIN C. LEE MILLS PAUL N. YOUNG CLYDE V. NUTTEN W. LsRoY NUFER ARTHUR R. TRUSCOTT FRANK LINN EDWARD MURANE J. O. BEAMS R. H. ROWLAND LINCOLN JONES VERNON H. SAUBLE HERBERT BOSTICK RAY E. YAKES DANIEL VAX WOERKOM DUDLEY NEWTON ROLLIN SHOULDICE MANDOLIN CLUB FRANK L. THOMAS .......... SECOND BASSES HAROLD E. BELLES WELDON J. BETTENS DELBERT CLARK SIDNEY B. COATES THOMAS E. DEWEY JAMES A. DRYER CLAYTON G. HALE WILBERT G. HARTLE LLOYD KEMP HAROLD M. STEPHEN- HOWARD T. TUBBS E. PAUL WISE JOHN F. YONKMAN K. S. ANDERSON Director FIRST MANDOLINS GUITARS SECOND MANDOLINS WILLIAM M. ADAMS WILLIAM S. HOUSEL ALBERT W. ALLISON ILLIAM J. BAILEY WILLIAM N. RANDALL HERBERT P. BOSTICK CALVIN A. CAMPBELL HUGH D. REED NEWTON W. BOURNE HARVEY A. HALL MARTIN CODEL WILLIAM B. BUTLER ALTON H. NOE REIMAR F. DIEKHOFF R. D. PATTON VIOLIN CHARLES B. FUTCH GEORGE O. TRUE HAROLD K. SCHILLINGER MORRIS GORDON- WILLIAM F. YOUNG CHARLES M. HARGRAVE FLUTE RATHBUN R. HIGGINS HEISTAXD E. BROWN OSCAR W. LAKE JAMES H. MAXWELL ARNOLD E. PRATT EDWARD T. RAMSDELL CARL H. STURMER RICHARD C. WOLFE CELLO CARLETON B. PEIRCE Two Hundred Eighty-nine Two Hundred Ninety UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN BAND OFFICERS GEORGE E. KORTEN . EDWARD M. APPLE . ELBRIDGE F. BACON G. URBAN HARRISON WILFRED WILSON- FRANCIS B. THOMAS ROBERT A. CAMPBELL SETH R. BIDWELL . President . y ice-President Librarian Assistant Librarian Director Student Director . Faculty Manager Student Manager PICCOLOS G. T. HlGGINS H. E. BROWN CLARINETS H. S. SHERMAN G. W T . COLLINS G. E. HARRIS K. D. DIEHL R. A. COWLES L. STUTZ R. D. HORN A. C. BEAM G. E. BACHMAN W. E. COMB L. L. THOMPSON W. O. KLINGMAN R. W. MEFFORD SAXOPHONES E. T. GRIFFIS C. A. DEWITT C. K. MADDEN H. P. McN ' AUGHTON J. E. W ILLIAMS A. M. SMITH OBOE Z. KOMAREK CORNETS F. B. THOMAS C. J. COLE G. W. HARRISON M. K. DAVIS E. M. APPLE E. M. BERESFORD C. A. WEIMAN V. E. HANSEN H. W. JACKMAN HORNS J. F. SANDER G. E. KORTEN C. E. PERRY F. C. CUTTING M. B. CURLESS W. H. McCRACKEN TROMBONES H. L. PACKER W. F. FERGUSON J. D. BROWN C. C. RHODES WM. PAYNTER D. J. FRALEY E. L. EMANS DRUAI MAJOR J. P. LAWTON BARITONES A. A. HEALD W. F. TOMSICEK J. H. MAXWELL BASSES K. W. WANNAMAKER A. D. ALLMAN J. O. MORRY J. E. BACON H. R. EVERY C. G. HALE BASSOON J. W. KlRSCH SIDE DRUMS K. P. JONES V. KRUGER E. F. BACON D. E. RHODES LONG DRUM J. M. GLATZ CYMBALS F. H. PEARCE Two Hundred Ninety-one FORMAN G. BROWN LEO I. NlEDZIELSKI SIXTEENTH MICHIGAN UNION OPERA PRESENTED BY MIMES " MAKE IT FOR TWO " Lyrics and Music by FORMAN G. BROWN Book by LEO I. NIEDZIELSKI Mr. Houghton Hobbs . Mrs. Houghton Julia Houghton Jack . Loretta Jim Houghton . Sinbad . Nemo Skinem . Poet . First Guard . Second Guard Dancers MEN ' S CHORUS LAWRENCE W. WELLER LEONARD B. LEWY H. BROCK LADNER PAUL H. BASSOW HENRY W. SLAUGHTER VENNER E. BRACE WILLARD F. GRUSCHOW NORMAN R. HANSON GEORGE Z. HOFFMAN WILLIAM VALENTINE JAMES A. BERESFORD HARRY J. WALKER CAST WILFRED R. LAURIE . EMIL P. LARSON WILLIAM R. SUTHERLAND . HOWARD A. DONAHUE ARTHUR H. HOLDEN ALBERT F. SCHIRMER . THOMAS I. UNDERWOOD . STANLEY S. HAWKES CHESTER F. KUHN . HOWARD S. STIMSON . JAMES DRESBACH CYRUS N. TAVARES DWAN Y. TANG EARL C. POWERS, HOWARD B. WELCH, GEORGE Z. HOFFMAN, JULIAN L. ZEMON GIRLS ' CHORUS EARL C. POWERS HOWARD B. WELCH WILLIAM G. C. SHARP WILLIAM B. HALLEY, JR. GORDON STRASSBURGER ROBERT D. SAGE MAURICE M. MOULE JOSEPH R. STADFIELD CHARLES C. CHAPPLE LODGE D. STAUBACH EDWARD F. LAMBRECHT CORNELL WALBRIDGE LYONEL E. AMES SHOW GIRLS EDMUND H. Fox CHARLES D. COGSHALL CARLTON W. CRUMB WARREN M. SWAGER CLYDE J. VERKERKE GORDON D. WIER NORMAN D. REYNOLDS ROBERT M. WINSLOW GORDON LOUD Two Hundred Ninety-two Two Hundred Ninety-three HILL SCHERER LOEB BRISCOE RINGER MORIARTY LYNCH STONE MORSE FRANKLIN HALE SCHEMM KRATZ NEWELL STEVENS HAMES KINDEL STAHL SARASOHN SNELL PIATT McPnAiL RINDGE BERRY BROWN CAMP MICHIGAN UNION OPERA FRANCIS L. McPnAiL ...... LAWRENCE W. SNELL, JR. ARNOLD A. PIATT LEWIS P. FAVORITE WILLIAM C. KRATZ EDWARD T. IVES ROBERT 0. MARTIN SHELDON M. BROWN Assistants CARL M. BERRY Assistants Assistants ALEX Y. MALCOMSON Assistants GEORGE A. SCHEMM RAYMOND C. LEONARD SYDNEY SARASOHN . CLAYTON G. HALE LEO FRANKLIN MARION B. STAHL . JOHN P. DAWSON ROBERT C. MORIARTY ROBERT M. LOEB LEWIS H. STONEMAN . THOMAS G. KINDEL ROSCOE T. SPANNAGEL KENNETH RINDGE Assistants Assistants Assistants COMMITTEES . General Chairman FRANK E. CAMP Stage Manager JOHN BRISCOE WELDON HAMES Master of Properties HORACE E. MCKNIGHT . Master of Costumes CARLETON HILL GEORGE STONE . Chairm an of Program WALTER K. SCHERER TYLER R. STEVENS . Chairman of Publicity GERALD P. OVERTON JOHN Ross RIFORD JOHN H. MORSE . Master of Make-Up NORMAN C. KOLB Assistants KENNETH D. NEWELL PHILIP E. RINGER JOSEPH SHAW GARDNER E. PALMER Electrician Two Hundred Ninety-four ' " WILSON XERTNEY RHODES McPnAiL RIXGER PERRY MOORE DUFFIELD McDoNALD MICHAELS KEENA LAUVER SHUTER UNDERWOOD PROF. STRAUSS SCHIRMER ROBBIXS MIMES OF THE MICHIGAN UNION THOMAS I. UNDERWOOD ALBERT F. SCHIRMER . BUCKLEY C. ROBBINS OFFICERS President ice-President Secretary-Treasurer ACTIVE MEMBERS R. EMERSON SWART HAROLD J. LAUVER ARCHIE D. MCDONALD PATRICK S. NERTNEY CECIL RHODES PAUL B. WILSON WILLIAM W. MICHAELS GORDON LOUD PHILIP E. RINGER EARL POWERS STEPHEN F. PERRY FRANCIS L. McPnAiL RICHARD A. FORSYTHE WILLIAM L. KEMP EDWARD F. MOORE GEORGE DUFFIELD FACULTY MEMBERS PROFESSOR Louis STRAUSS PROFESSOR JOHN R. BRUMM PROFESSOR FREDERICK N. SCOTT KEMP KEEXA PROFESSOR WILLIAM A. FRAYER PROFESSOR HENRI DE L. Hus PROFESSOR WILLIAM C. TITCOMB Two Hundred Ninety-fiat BROWN COWLES BERESFORD SCHILLINGER PoEHLE McCLOY C. RHODES CARMAN HIGGINS WILSON HALE GiTLIN PIERCE HARTMAN Os.Ml N D. RHODES FRALEY MICHIGAN UNION ORCHESTRA WILFRED WILSON . . Director FIRST VIOLINS CECIL C. RHODES GREGORY B. HARTMAN HERBERT D. MCKECHNIE C. GRAY CARMAN SECOND VIOLINS WILLIAM R. McCLOY HAROLD K. SCHILLINGER HERBERT F. POEHLE DONALD K. GRISIER CELLOS CARLETON B. PEIRCE WILLIAM L. NEWBURY BASS VIOL CLAYTON G. HALE PIANO WILLIAM C. KRATZ FLUTES HEISTAND E. BROWN GEORGE F. HIGGINS HOWARD M. OSMUN CLARINETS HERMAN S. SHERMAN RUSSELL A. COWLES TRUMPETS EDWIN M. BERESFORD TROMBONES JOHN D. BROWN DONALD J. FRALEY PERCUSSION EI.DBRIDGE F. BACON TYMPANI DONALD E. RHODES Two Hundred Ninety-six TUBES BABCOCK LANDY JOHNSON PROF. HOLLISTER PROF. COWDEN LOOMIS RITTER RINGER MRS. MOORE MR. MOORE " ALLER PLAYERS CLUB ROBERT B. RITTER . . SARA M. WALLER . . . . . . EUPHEMIA CARXAHAN ...... ROBERT S. TUBES ...... PROFESSOR R. D. T. HOLLISTER .... PROFESSOR R. W. COWDEX .... PROFESSOR A. D. MOORE President Fice-President . Secretary Treasurer . Director of Programs Director of Play-writing Director of Finance COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN MRS. A. D. MOORE, A. B. . . Program ROBERT S. TUBES . . . Business AMY LOOMIS . . Costume and Make-Up MILTOX R. LANDY . . . Stagecraft RALPH JOHXSON . . . Membership GEORGE KUYPER, A.B. Selection of Literature PHILIP RIXGER . . . . . Audience JOHX HATHAWAY, A.M. . . . Library Two Hundred Ninrty-strett MR. CHARLES HUMMER Miss GRACE PATTINSON Leaders of the Grand March 1923 J-HOP BLOCK " M ' Two Hundred Ninety-eight Hundred Nintty-ninf HASLEY SHEPARD RUSH PROF. TRUEBLOOD STAFFORD ALLABEN GLASGOW REHMUS RAMSDELL BOXELL SEELYE CHAMPION DIEHL BRUMBAUGH ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION OFFICERS ORA W. RUSH . CATHERINE J. STAFFORD MARTHA C. SHEPARD . VICTOR F. DEIHL . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ORA W. RUSH, Chairman MARTHA C. SHEPARD VICTOR F. DEIHL PROFESSOR R. D. HOLLISTER BEATA HASLEY JULIUS B. GLASGOW EDWARD T. RAMSDELL WILBUR M. SEELYE ORATORICAL BOARD ORA W. RUSH . CATHERINE J. STAFFORD MARTHA C. SHEPARD . VICTOR F. DEIHL . President f ice-President . Secretary . Treasurer FACULTY PROFESSOR T. C. TRUEBLOOD PROFESSOR L. M. EICH PROFESSOR R. D. HOLLISTER PROFESSOR R. K. IMMEL DELEGATES FROM SOCIETIES JULIUS B. GLASGOW, Adelphi BEATA HASLEY, Athena FRED R. ALLABEN, Alpha Nu DELEGATES-AT-LARGE EARL F. BOXELL JESSE K. BRUMBAUGH BEATRICE CHAMPION RALPH R. JOHNSON EDWARD T. RAMSDELL PAUL A. REHMUS WILBUR M. SEELYE WILLIAM H. WARNER Three Hundred CENTRAL DEBATING LEAGUE Michigan Chicago Northwestern Question: " Resolved, that the Kansas Court of Industrial Relations for adjusting industrial disputes should be adopted throughout the United States. Michigan Affirmative Team Michigan Negative Team R. R. JOHNSON E. T. RAMSDELL G. E. BIGGE G. DEMMINK G. E. DENSMORE P. A. REHMUS MID-WEST LEAGUE DEBATES Illinois Michigan Wisconsin Question: " Resolved, that the debts due the United States from her Allies in the Great War be cancelled. Michigan Affirmative Team Michigan Negative Team K. F. CLARDY O. E. LOCKWOOD P. P. ELLIOTT J. B. GLASGOW O. V. RUSH F. A. GREEXBAUM Three Hundred Cne ALEXANDER HOCKING COOK GOULD GLASGOW ADELPHI HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Speaker . Clerk . Treasurer . Sergeant-at-arms . Oratorical Delegate OFFICERS First Semester WILFRID HOCKING JOHN J. GOULD DONALD O. COOK RAY L. ALEXANDER JULIUS B. GLASGOW MEMBERSHIP GILBERT APPLEHOF RAY L. ALEXANDER ANDREW C. BEAM FRANCIS J. BRETTLE CLARENCE A. BENEDICT DONALD O. COOK PHILLIPS P. ELLIOTT LEONARD L. FENWICK JOHN J. GOULD JULIUS B. GLASGOW LYMAN J. GLASGOW FREDERICK E. GILNER DANIEL GILCHRIST GILBERT F. GOWER Second Semester JULIUS B. GLASGOW ANDREW C. BEAM GILBERT F. GOWER CLARENCE A. BENEDICT DONALD J. ROXBURGH ACTIVE MEMBERS GEORGE F. HACKER EDWIN C. IDE RALPH R. JOHNSON REGINALD D. LANG WALTER E. LUSTFIELD FENG C. LING HERMAN J. MICHALSKE MILLARD H. PRYOR WALTER E. PEAR ORA W. RUSH JOHN F. RYAN DONALD J. ROXBURGH ARNOLD R. RUMSEY LOYAL B. WILSON WILFRID HOCKING ASSOCIATE MEMBERS NORMAN R. BUCHAN ALEXANDER GREGORY WlLBERT G. SCHWER Three Hundred Two RYAN DIN-N DONAHUE ROBERTSON ALPHA X U DEBATING SOCIETY RONALD M. RYAN WILLIAM K. ROBERTSON THOMAS ]. DONAHUE . ]. KYUANG DUNN President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer FRED R. ALLABEN GEORGE V. BEAN ADOLPH E. BIGGE GEORGE E. BIGGE GUSTAV BOBERTZ EARL BOXELL CHAUNCEY BRIGGS JESSE BRUMBAUGH ROBERT BOYD KIT F. CLARDY JOHN P. COMSTOCK EARL W. CORY WARREN G. CORYELL HOWARD CREWELL GAIL E. DENSMORE THOMAS J. DONAHUE J. KYUANG DUNN JAMES M. ERBAUGH FRANK D. FARRELL BYRON FIELD DONALD B. FREDERICKS MILTON GOETZ MEMBERS HJALMER HANSEN JULIUS HANSLOVSKY RALPH D. HARPER ROBERT K. HENDRIX ADRIAN HESS HENRY R. HOLMES HAROLD E. HEWLETT CHARLES HODGMAN XORMAN B. JOHNSON JOHN KELLY PHILLIP KELLY FRANK LAMBERTSON GEORGE LOTT Ross A. MACFARLAND HARRY J. MERRICK MAURICE MOULE EARL NICHOLSON CHARLES XOONAN HARRY R. OAKES FRANK J. ORTMAN ELLSWORTH G. OWEN JOHN PAGE DAVID J. PARKS ALBERT J. PARKER EDWARD PROPHET WALTER RAE EDWARD T. RAMSDELL PAUL A. REHMUS MAURICE P. RHODES ROBERT B. RITTER WILLIAM K. ROBERTSON MORRIS C. ROBINSON ROLAND R. ROBINSON RONALD M. RYAN ELMER H. SALZMAN THEODORE SCHNEIRLA WILBUR SEELYE JOHN SPAEDER HOWARD TAYLOR HAROLD B. TEEGARDEN EGBERT H. WALKER HAROLD H. WARNER ALVIN F. WEICHAL DONALD E. WILLIAMS Three Hundred Three " They ' ve gone out from Wenley ' s Philosophy " , but they will never forget his keen mind, his caustic comments, his unswerving directness. Professor Robert M. Wenley is a philosopher of the first water, and he is a human in- dividual as well, to whom but one epithet is applied by Michigan students: " He ' s a real man " . As the num- bers that seek admittance into his classes increase, so in- creases the quality of the sin- cerity embodied in this state- ment. Three Hundred Four -IL H T I HUTU Three Hundred Fke HAUSELT KORTEJJ VAIL SCHERER BECKWITH ACKERMAN HIGGINS BACON HARTMANN MOORE HALMAN McCABE MASLIN SEELEY CHUTE COUGHLIN LANDIS PILKINGTON CHAMBERLIN ZEDER ALBRIGHT PETTIJOHN RUBY EMERY WELCH HAZEN SMITH TUCKER DEAN STUART STAUFFER SIMPSON GREGORY GOETZ ALEXANDER McCoRDic BANDEMER MAY SWART JOHNSTON TAU BETA PI MICHIGAN GAMMA CHAPTER OFFICERS GEORGE W. McCoRDic . WILLIAM E. BANDEMER . RANDEL B. ALEXANDER, (First Semester) GEORGE F. EMERY, (Second Semester) . FRANKLIN D. JOHNSTON ARTHUR D. MOORE .... MILTON A. GOETZ .... HAWLEY S. SIMPSON . President . V ice-President Recording Secretary . Recording Secretary- Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Associate Editor of the Bent Cataloguer R. B. ALEXANDER L. O. CASE G. E. KORTEN A. D. MOORE E. F. MOORE J. H. PILKINGTON P. C. ACKERMAN W. E. BANDEMER B. L. BECKWITH R. N. DuBois G. F. EMERY W. FINK T. R. HALMAN R. M. HAZEN F. D. JOHNSTON ACTIVE MEMBERS M. A. GOETZ G. W. McCoRDic A. J. MASLIN A. L. MAY H. B. SEELEY H. S. SIMPSON S. B. SMITH A. D. STAUFFER R. E. SWART E. B. TUCKER W. W. ALBRIGHT E. F. BACON N. K. CHAMBERLIN G. M. CHUTE F. H. COUGHLIN W. C. DEAN M. A. DIXON G. E. GREGORY F. W. HARTMANN J. D. HAUSELT J. N. LANDIS W. L. McCABE E. S. PETTIJOHN C. H. RUBY F. R. SCHERER R. S. STUART R. C. VAIL A. L. WELCH J. C. ZEDER G. J. HIGGINS Three Hundred Six 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 L ' NIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY INDIANA UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO UNIVERSITY OF A!ICHIGAN CORNELL UNIVERSITY TULANE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI McGiLL UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA ALDRED SCOTT WARTHIN G. CARL HUBER FREDERICK G. XOVY CHARLES W. EDMUNDS ALBERT M. BARRETT UDO J. WILE CARL VERNON WELLER FRANK WILSON ALBERT C. FURSTENBURG JOHN W. SHERRICK CARL W. EBERBACH FACULTY SECTION Louis D. STERN FRED P. CURRIER ROLAND S. CRON FREDERICK A. COLLER HARTHER L. KLEIM F. L. SNYDER R. BISHOP CANFIELD Louis H. NEWBURGH HUGH CABOT RUEBEN PETERSON CARL D. CAMP DAVID M. COWIE GEORGE R. HERRMAN LYNN HOAG N. F. MILLER ROY GREENTHAL THEOPILE RAPHAEL C. N. WELLER RALPH E. BOICE H. G. W T ALLER JOHN ALEXANDER A. KIRSCHNER R. E. BARNEY UNDERGRADUATE SECTION JOHN E. LUDWICK WILLIAM R. TORGERSON WILLIAM A. SMITH EDWARD A. WISHROPP J. HUME TAYLOR MERLE D. PIERSON PAUL M. MOORE HOLLIS L. SlGLER JAMES C. McCLURE Three Hundred Seven OETJEN TASKER Ross TANNER CARR BURNS WACENER SHERMAN M. A. SOULE WILSON TUCKER MATTHIAS LITZENBERGER ANDERSON SCOTT LAUKEL COLLINS PRIDGEON McMuLLiN NUGENT WOOLFENDEN CASE BACON McCABE WHITCOMB DIXON PHI LAMBDA UPSILOX DELTA CHAPTER Honorary Chemical Fraternity S. L. BlGELOW HONORARY MEMBERS E. D. CAMPBELL A. B. STEVENS A. H. WHITE ASSOCIATE MEMBERS AND RESIDENT ALUMNI W. L E. M F. E. H. H J. C. R.J. H. N A. L. W. E J-H. BADGER . BAKER BARTELL BARTLETT BRIER CARNEY COLE FERGUSON . FORSYTHE HODGES L. C. ANDERSON E. K. BACON F. A. BURNS L. O. CASE G. W. COLLINS M. A. DIXON W. L. FINK J. S. FRANCE H. E. GLADHILL C. M. GREEN E. R. JOHNSON L. W. KEMPF ' E. H. LESLIE D. M. LICHTY R. K. MCALPINE C. C. MELOCHE C. S. SCHOEPFLE W. G. SMEATON C. UPTHEGROVE A. E. WHITE H. H. WILLARD W. P. WOOD F. F. BLICKE ACTIVE MEMBERS A. K. LAUKEL L. M. LITZENBERGER W. L. McCABE W. J. McGlLL O. W. McMuLLiN G. W. MATTHIAS R. A. NUGENT A. D. OETJEN L. A. PHILIPP L. A. PRIDGEON J. F. Ross H. S. SHERMAN C. C. BUCKLER W r . E. CAKE A. R. CARR C. W. CLARKE C. N. FERGUSON J. C. GENIESSE J. W. KENNEDY E. O. SCOTT H. R. SNOW F. W. SULLIVAN B. A. SOULE M. A. SOULE G. R. STRIMBECK D. L. TABERN R. R. TANNER G. C. TASKER E. B. TUCKER G. VAN ZYL L. R. WAGENER H. G. WHITCOMB R. R. WILSON J. T. WOOLFENDEN Three Hundred Eight Hi HARPER DUNN BELL DENSMORE COZINE STEINBERG FIELD TRUEBLOOD RAMSDELL PETERSON FRANKHAUSER BROWN BRAKE BOXELL DEMMIXK JOHNSON BIGGE RITTER REHMUS DELTA SIGMA RHO OFFICERS BYRON F. FIELD EDWARD T. RAMSDELL RALPH R. JOHNSON . President F ice-President Secretary-Treasurer FACULTY MARION L. BURTON, Ph.D., LL.D. THOMAS C. TRUEBLOOD, (Founder), Ph.D. I. LEO SHARFMAN, A.B., LL.B. P. BRAND BLANSHARD, Ph.D. EDWIN D. DICKINSON, Ph.D., LL.B., J.D. Louis M. EICH, A.M. CLARE E. GRIFFIN, Ph.D. CARL BRANDT, L.L.B. G. S. PETERSON, A.B., M.A. ACTIVE CHAPTER CHRIS M. YOUNGJOHN, A.B. J. J. GOSHKIN, E. W. DUNN, A.B. EARL MILES, E. R. STEPHENS, A.B. ESTELLE M. COZINE, A.B. V. H. FRANKHAUSER, EARL BOXELL, A.B. DAVID BRAKE, A.B. W. R. WINEGAR, A.B. OSCAR A. BROWN, A.B. F. R. HARPER ROBERT RITTER DEVERA STEINBERG P. A. REHMUS GAIL E. DENSMORE GEORGE BIGGE GERRIT DEMMINK DON BELL Three Hundred Nine TASKER VONEWEGEN TRAUT ANDERSON ALLEN DANILES BAISLEY CULVER VAHLTEICH WHITNEY HUNTER ARISTOLOCHITE SOCIETY OFFICERS H. W. VAHLTEICH G. C. TASKER H. F. VONEWEGEN T. C. DANIELS . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY PROFESSOR E. H. KRAUS PROFESSOR C. C. GLOVER PROFESSOR C. E. STOCKING W. J. McGiLi, L. R. WAGENER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY H. W. VAHLTEICH E. J. TRAUT G. C. TASKER H. F. VONEWEGEN T. C. DANIELS H. A. WHITNEY D. C. CULVER MONICA ALLEN HELEN ANDERSON IRENE BAISLEY J. F. HUNTER Three Hundred Ten r- lfc - ' - " - - " - - 510 MA A ONOUMW AUIHMI FACULTY iv ' i v Mr T, ' |w i ! v , iVfU ' ,LJ;Ivu ;S U x ' l N ' rrl ' V V A - - . : ' " . ,,.v-- X F I Three Hundred Eleven ' " " ' STOCK SCHUMACHER CAMPBELL ADAMS ATKINSON KELLY REINDEL BERNSTEIN SARASOHN SMITH KERN OVERTON WATZEL MEISS HILLERY HEATH WIENEKE STAHL GOETZ SAGE TRUSS PI DELTA EPSILON Honorary Fraternity in Journalism FRATRES IN FACULTATE PROFESSOR MORRIS P. TILLEY, Ph.D. PROFESSOR ]. RALEIGH NELSON, A.M. PROFESSOR EDSON R. SUNDERLAND, LL.B., A.M. FRATRES IN URBE HARLAND H. JOHNSON FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE RENAUD SHERWOOD JOSEPH A. BERNSTEIN ROBERT D. SAGE BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL THOMAS A. ADAMS C. MAURICE ATKINSON HUGH W. HITCHCOCK THORNTON W. SARGENT SYDNEY SARASOHN F. M. HEATH THOMAS C. TRUSS ROBERT F. WIENEKE F. M. SMITH GEORGE REINDEL, JR. ARTHUR J. STOCK MILTON A. GOETZ BOWEN E. SCHUMACHER VERNON F. HILLERY L. ARMSTRONG KERN E. P. LOVEJOY, JR. PAUL WATZEL EDWIN R. MEISS G. P. OVERTON MARION B. STAHL JOHN V. KELLY Three Hundred Twelve COLLINS GRIFFIS EDDY KORTEN BACON HEYL JONES PIERCE APPLE CAMPBELL F. L. THOMAS WILSON RHODES HIGGINS CHUTE HORN SANDER P ' . B. THOMAS BERESFORD MOORE COLE ALPHA EPSILON MU Honorary Musical Fraternity HONORARY ALBERT A. STANLEY, A.M., Mus.D. ASSOCIATES R. A. CAMPBELL WILFRED WILSON EARL V. MOORE ALBERT LOCKWOOD S. P. LOCKWOOD, A.M. FRANK L. THOMAS ACTIVE EDWARD M. APPLE ELBRIDGE P. BACON EDWIN M. BERESFORD CHARLES COLE GEORGE CHUTE GEORGE W. COLLINS RUSSELL A. COWLES XELSON W. EDDY EARL T. GRIFFIS ARTHUR F. HEYL ROBERT HORN- KENNETH P. JONES GEORGE E. KORTEN WALTER MOORE CARLTON B. PIERCE CECIL B. RHODES XORMAN C. ROEGNER JOHN F. SANDER HERMAN S. SHERMAN FRANCIS B. THOMAS RANDALL WAGNER JOSEPH E. WILLIAMS Three Hundred Thirteen LYNDON BABCOCK LAWRENCE H. CONRAD STELLA BRUNT FRANCES SWAIN YUKI OSAWA WHIMSIES PATRONS ROBERT FROST GEORGE WAHR ROY V. COWDEN Whimsies was born in the faith that there is among the students an urge for artistic expression, as well as a love for art itself. That faith has now become a conviction. Its aim is to foster this spirit of creation and appreciation to bring together those who can care for man and the world in an unworldly way, who can be mutually appreciative, mutually inspiring. Three Hundred Fourteen iii YOXEWEGEX PARRY TASKER ALLEN PRESCOTT CLUB KENNETH E. PARRY . GEORGE C. TASKER ..... HERBERT F. VONWEGEN MONICA M. ALLEN ...... MEMBERS DR. E. H. KRAUS PROFESSOR C. E. STOCKING WILLIAM J. MC LL LEONARD R. WAGENER HELEN ANDERSON ARVID P. BAINE HUGH E. CASKEY MAX A. COSTA HAROLD CAREY OMAR F. DICKRAGER EAR L A. BURK PAUL M. FAULKNER G. DOWD FREDERICK L. FISCHER C. NORMAN FLETCHER CHARLES H. NEWMAN EDGAR A. GRANT ARTHUR E. LAMPERT TROY C. DANIELS LOUISE H. MATTERN MARGARET J. MUIR WALTER M. MATTSON FRANCES M. LUTES AMOS L. KROUPA THEODORE F. THORSBERG President . Fice-President Secretary . Treasurer SARAH KAPLAN MITSUO MUIRA NAMIO OHTOMO MARGARET E. KOON JOHN A. PALMER ANITA T. THOMPSON- ELMER J. TRAUT HAROLD J. THORSBORN FREDERIC I. ROWE ROBERT D. THOMAS RAYMOND MORRIS RUSSELL L. TAYLOR WALTER D. STROTHER JOSEPH WARNER LEONARD E. WEAVER CHARLES M. W T ARNER CAROL N. WHITE EDWARD F. WALICKI OSCAR VARGAS RAYMOND C. SMITH ESTHER C. SONDBERG FREDERICK J. WENZLER LYNN B. ROBY HARVEY A. WHITNEY Three Hundred Fifteen THE ORDER OF THE COIF In the Law School of The University of Michigan RALPH W. AIGLER EDWIN D. DICKINSON JOSEPH H. DRAKE EDGAR N. DURFEE FACULTY MEMBERS HENRY M. BATES EDWIN C. GODDARD GROVER C. GRISMORE EVANS HOLBROOK VICTOR H. LANE BURKE SHARTELL EDSON R. SUNDERLAND JOHN B. WAITE HORACE L. WILGUS ACTIVE MEMBERS ELECTED FOR 1922 CYRIL E. BAILEY DAVID H. BRAKE FREDERICK D. CARROLL EDWARD C. P. DAVIS WILLIAM C. O ' KEEFE Louis A. PARKER WILLIAM R. RINGER GEORGE SELLETT EDWIN B. STASON CHARLES E. TURNER The Order of the Coif is the national legal honorary society, to which each law school may elect each year not more than ten percent, of the senior students who have shown the highest standard of scholarship. BARRISTERS Senior Society MEMBERS IN FACULTY DEAN H. M. BATES PROFESSOR E. HOLBROOK PROFESSOR J. H. DRAKE PROFESSOR E. R. SUNDERLAND PROFESSOR BURKE SHARTELL PROFESSOR E. N. DURFEE Law School GEORGE ANDERSON WILLIS B. BLAKESLEE GEORGE O. BROPHY FRED CARROLL JOHN GARY C. H. DALY E. C. P. DAVIS JOHN DODGE FRANK EATON DEWEY F. FAGERBURG G. H. HOLLENBECK MEMBERSHIP ARCHIE McDoNAU) GEORGE MURPHY WILLIAM C. PALMER Louis A. PARKER RICHIE B. REAVILL C. J. SMITH PAUL O. STRAWHECKER HARRY SUNLEY CHARLES E. TURNER OWEN WATT HARRY C. WILLSON Three Hundred Sixteen Three Hundred Seventeen BRTTLE-FINhER-BflRTELME WI5E HIEF- HVKHIN5 tflW7E BUlLtER-5flMIR HERP-THIMK- WENLEY PV55UM BELLY FREY MttaUf (TOWH HflKHET HWFMRM MHY MflKER REfl 5IJWN5 FERRET - Ffl E 5MITH 5TEKETEE 5VFT TRLK - 5WflRT 2ULL - W15E - FflPU 75E W1ENEKE W1L5UN Three Hundred Eighteen FOX CHUTE McCoRDic HARBECK Rices STAUFFER LAUVER GOETZ AYLOR K.EARXEY ELCH DOUGLAS FIXKBEIXER SCHIRAIER BAXDEMER V U L C A X S OFFICERS C. S. FlXKBEIXER D. C. DOUGLAS A. F. SCHIRMER V. E. BANDEMER . President Fice-P resident Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS A. F. L. B. G. E. W. E. M. A C. S. W. C J. D. D. C. G. SCHIRMER SMITH GREGORY BAXDEMER GOETZ FlXKBEIXER XAYLOR Dow DOUGLAS . McCoRDic A. D. STAUFFER E. HARBECK J. A. RIGGS E. H. Fox R. G. VAIL S. J. DEPRAXCE G. M. CHUTE H. J. LAUVER A. L. WELCH D. KEARXEY Tkree Hundred Xinetern McCoRDIC TUBES LARSON GOETZ SIMPSON RlGGS EMERY WELCH BANDEMER LYONS HARTMAN FlNKBEINER CuTHBERT CRUISE KRUEGER WEB AND FLANGE 1921-1922 HONORARY MEMBERS PROFESSOR C. T. JOHNSTON PROFESSOR H. E. RIGGS G. S. WILLIAMS PROFESSOR H. W. KING PROFESSOR J. T. MITCHELL G. L. ALT DR. W. E. FORSYTHE PROFESSOR H. BOUCHARD PROFESSOR E. L. ERIKSEN W. E. BANDEMER H. S. SIMPSON . C. S. FlNKBEINER J. D. CRUISE . OFFICERS W. E R. H. E. S. A. D. H. R. F. H. J. D. A. O. G. F. C. S. G. F. . BANDEMER BARKELL BRADLEY BYERS CARPENTER COUGHLIN CRUISE CUTHBERT EMERY FlNKBEINER GODLEY MEMBERS President Vice-President . Secretary- Treasurer M. A. GOETZ F. W. HARTMAN C. M. KRUEGER G. A. LARSON W. P. LYONS G. W. McCoRDic J. A. RIGGS H. S. SIMPSON H. D. TUBES C. S. WARNER A. L. WELCH Three Hundred Twenty G A L E X S OFFICERS P. M. MOORE .... W. R. TORGERSOX L. M. WlEDER X. V. BOURNE U. J- WILE . HOXORARY MEMBERS DR. HUGH CABOT DR. C. PARXALL DR. C. D. CAMP DR. A. M. BARRETT DR. L. C. ABBOTT DR. R. S. CROX DR. G. C. HUBER DR. R. PETERSOX DR. WICKETT DR. BADGLEY DR. BARNARD DR. MIXER DR. HARRYMAX DR. IRELAXD P. M. MOORE WM. TORGERSOX E. B. McKixLEY W. E. MULDOOX H. TAYLOR J. A. SMITH L. M. WlEDER A. G. GOETZ J. LuDWICK X. W. BOURXE R. O. RYCHXER W. E. COLE ALUMNI MEMBERS ACTIVE MEMBERS President y ice-President Treasurer Secretary . Prefect DR. CAXFIELD DR. U. J. WILE DR. J. S. SHERRICK DR. M. MARSHALL DR. CUMMIXGS DR. M. M. PEET DR. XEWBURGH DR. FuRSTEXBURG DR. STIXSOX DR. McCALLUM DR. RuEDEMAX DR. PORTER DR. SCARBORO DR. DONALDSON W. W. BABCOCK J. E. CROUSHORE S. E. DOOLITTLE W. W. DUEMLIXG H. W. FLEISCHAUER J. W. HALFHILL, JR. R. F. HEATLEY H. G. KLEEKAMP J. H. LADABIE L. C. LUDLUM R. R. SHAFTER D. R. WRIGHT Three Hundred Twenty-one QUARTERDECK OFFICERS A. C. BENNETT . E. C. DAVIDSON . J. C. McCALMONT D. D. ATKINSON . Commodore Vice-Commodore Purser Steward SEAMEN B. F. ADAMS T. A. GROSS E. B. WILLIAMS J. E. ZIMMERMAN H. BROOCK G. W. FERGUSON C. N. BARNUM A. S. VALK F. I. PAH LOW S. B. SMITH D. Dow E. BRINKMAN S. JOHNSON, JR. C. K. WATROUS PILOT DEAN M. E. COOLEY PROFESSOR H. C. SADLER PROFESSOR E. M. BRAGG ASSISTANT PROFESSOR A. LIXDBLAD Three Hundred Twenty-two UTERITZ HITLOCK ROBERTSOX STAHL ADAMS VAJ.-ORDEX HILLERY BANKS LIVERANCE JOHXSOX KXODE HUME KELLY ROBY BROWS SPHINX Junior Honorary Society, Literary College HONORARY SPHINXES ROBERT A. CAMPBELL HARRY C. CARVER J. A. C. HlLDXER WILBUR R. HUMPHRIES CHARLES B. VIBBERT CHARLES P. WAGNER ACTIVE SPHINXES Pharaoh ........ Paw Paw, Straw Boss of the Caravan . Ignuts, Safekeeper of the Sacred Scroll Jayhoppo, Zealous Guardian of the Jack Hohum, Purveyor of Stale Quips . Lardazz, Milker of the Sacred Cow Xantippie, Director of the Dancing Girls Fussum, Answer to the Maidens ' Prayer Omark. Master of the Cubbes .... Tretemruffe. Bearer of the Swineskin Kewpiephiz. Grim Breaker of Girlish Gizzards Stringbeanio, Frenzied Follower of the Fiendish Dance Larnyx, Getter of the Umpire ' s Nanny Phat, Pharaoh ' s little Shaver ..... Hashi Hashi, Gatherer of the Ostrich Eggs Hitum, Master of the Bull Pen Murad, Winder of the Desert Clock Hasem, Counter of the Scorching Sands Teenie, Tosser of the Pill ..... Zipp, Blighter of Busy Bees . " ERN " HILLERY " BARNIE " DARXTON ' HOWDY " LIVERAXCE " JIMMIE " HUME . " JACK " KELLY . " Douc " ROBY " BROWNIE " BROWN . " Bos " KNODE . " BILL " MILLER . " TED " BANK . " BERXIE " KIRK . " BURT " DUXLOP " Urz " UTERITZ . " JOHNNIE " BACON " BOB " WHITLOCK " BULLETS " STAHL " JIMMIE " JOHNSON " NATE " ROBERTSON -VAX " VAX ORDEN . " Bos " ADAMS Three Hundred Ttcfnty-tkree CAMP ABBOT Ross CAPPON HAUG OLDS KIRKPATRICK ROWLAND JOHNS CURRAN KINDEL BERRY ILAND HORN PROCTOR GOEBEL COTTON LYNCH TRIANGLES " DICK " ROWLAND " DIXIE " STEARNS FRANK CAMP OFFICERS President Treasurer Secretary MEMBERS " PETE " ABBOT CARL BERRY FRANK CAMP " CAPPIE " CAPPON " BILL " COTTON " LouiE " CURRAN PAUL GOEBEL " EDDIE " HAUG " FRED " HORN " Doc " ILAND " EDDIE " JOHNS " CHUCK " KINDEL " KIRK " KIRKPATRICK " ToM " LYNCH RAY OLDS " CHARLIE " PROCTOR " REX " REASON " DICK " ROWLAND " JOHNNIE " Ross " DIXIE " STEARNS Three Hundred Twenty-four LEWIS FAILING CALDWELL BUTLER HILTON BALDWIN LAMPKIN PASINI COLTTS KAUFMAXX LAMBERTSOX TOWNSEKD HUMPHREY FREY THATCHER TEEGARDEK GRETZIXGER WELLS SELLARDS MURPHY REDEMSKY McKiE CAMPBELL BELL HOSTRUP SAMPLE PVYEAR THE CRAFTSMEN OFFICERS HUGH M. BELL WALTER G. McKiE . FRED V. REDEMSKY LAWRENCE P. MURPHY HEKRY T. WARD President . First Pice-President Second Pice-President . Treasurer Secretary MEMBERS Three hundred twenty Master Masons, including the officers and Degree Team as shown in the picture above; seventy honorary members consisting of the officers of the Grand Lodge of the State of Michigan and the Past Masters of Golden Rule and Fraternity Lodges active members consisting of two hundred fifty Master Masons, students in the L ' niversity. Three Hundred Twenty-fee Three Hundred Twenty-six " r-f-r -r. ..ml 1M LLTtrrBTtrm JJfLl n Three Hundred Ttctnty-seren ANDRUS SCOTT GOWER DUNNE RYCHF.NER LUDLUM CHRISTIE ADAMS MOORE HILLERY Ross GOETZ GREGORY LYNCH VON EWEGEN CARROLL HARBECK WIENEKE BANKS BEADLE BOXELL McCoRDic THE STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS ANGUS A. GOETZ GEORGE E. GREGORY VERNON F. HILLERY THOMAS J. LYNCH JOHN W. Ross President Vice-President . Recording Secretary Corresponding Secertary Treasurer ANGUS A. GOETZ GEORGE E. GREGORY VERNON F. HILLERY THOMAS J. LYNCH JOHN W. Ross R. J. DUNNE ROBERT CHRISTIE HUGH E. WILSON C. H. DALEY RALPH RYCHENER WALTER B. REA PRESTON H. SCOTT ROBERT WIENEKE WILLIAM M. BROWN R. S. PEARE W. W. GOWER EDWARD F. MOORE GEORGE W. McCoRDic EUGENE HARBECK TED P. BANK FRANK B. ANDRUS HERBERT VONEWEGEN EARL F. LUTZ ROBERT ADAMS EARL F. BOXELL L. C. LUDLUM FREDERICK CARROLL E. 0. SCOTT W. B. BEADLE W. W. MICHAELS Three Hundred Twenty-eight ZIEGLER SEELEY HOTT HALMAX KORTEX BUCHANAN ARGUELLES FOLSOM JOHNSTON PILKINGTON CARLTOX MURPHY GOODMAN FETTERS QUAIL VAN YOLKENBURG KOETSIER YOUKGLOVE CHUTE EARHART MASLIX SHAW PARKER COATES ORR DUDLEY OLDS JAXTZEX MARTIN CRAXE FARXAM KUHL JIMENO SEIDMAX HARTLEY COOK ELLIS A M E R I C A X INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS ELECTRICAL F. D. JOHNSTON V. E. COOK . A. J. MARTIN . E. V. FOLSOM OFFICERS 1921-1922 Chairman Vice-Chairman . Secretary Treasurer C. R. ARGUELLES F. H. CARLTON G. M. CHUTE V. E. COOK E. D. BARTLEY V. R. DUDLEY E. C. EARHART F. D. ELLIS R. EWING A. S. FETTERS E. . FOLSOM A. M. GOODISON H. . GOODMAN 1922 T. R. HALMAX A. G. HOYT J. W. JAXTZEX A. R. JIMEXO F. D. JOHNSTON A. J. KOETSIER G. E. KORTEN H. G. LIFE I. W. MCDONALD V. G. McKiE A. J. MARTIN A. J. MASLIX L. P. MURPHY H. E. ORR J. H. PlLKIXGTOX K. H. QUAIL K. H. ROWELLS H. B. SEELEY S. .M. SEIDMAX P. G. SCHLOTTERBECK H. D. SHAW J. E. WILLIAMS R. C. WOLFE E. G. ZIEGLER C. C. CRANE D. B. STRATTOX W. CHAMPE W. J. DREISS C. C. FARXAM J. X. GOSIXSKI R. X. OLDS G. W. YOUXGLOVE J. O. COATES 1923 1924 G. T- O ' MARA C. P. KUHL H. H. PARKER R. VAX YOLKENBURG W. WEAVER W. B. WIXES H. W. BOUSMAN Three Hundred Tarenty-nine THE ENGINEERING SOCIETY GEORGE E. GREGORY GEORGE W. McCoRDic PAUL G. GOEBEL THOMAS ]. LYNCH . 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 discussed. 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 engineering school are eligible to membership in the Engineering Society, while upper classmen only are eligible to mem- bership in the professional organizations. The latter become members of the Engineering Society, automatically upon admittance into the professional organizations. Three Hundred Thirty WlLSOX MILLER ACKERMAX TYXES ROW LAX D CAMPBELL KIDDER VAIL E X G I X E E R I X G H O X O R COMMITTEE 1922 PAUL ACKERMAX ROBERT VAIL, Treasurer 1923 RICHARD ROWLAND, President JOHN TYXES 1924 CALVIX CAMPBELL DOXALD WILSOX 1925 WILLIAM KIDDER HAROLD MILLER Three Hundred Thirty-one THE FORESTRY CLUB CECIL W. BLASHILL MILO W. SAMPLE . ORTON HORACE CLARK MARTIN R. WEBB President Fice-President . Secretary Treasurer CLASS OF 1922 GEORGE L. BANZHAF EUGENE GILLIS LEWIS H. HARTZELL FRANCIS H. EYRE TAC P. GIES E. G. WlESEHUEGEL GERALD H. TSAI WILLIAM TOY CLASS OF 1923 L. A. POMERENING CLARENCE DAUGHERTY RALPH W. MUNCY STANLEY S. LOCKE GEORGE NOLDE ARISTOMENES KYRIAKOPULOS HOMER C. MITCHELL H. B. SHUPERT M. S. GERRED CLASS OF 1924 IRWIN S. BOOTH WILLIAM H. COLE J. A. PUTNAM OTTO G. KOENIG, JR. LAWRENCE M. FOLSOM CLASS OF 1925 IRVAN H. SIMS JOHN K. EVANS SELDEN T. HUNTLING Three Hundred Thirty-two LES YOYAGEURS A Society of Out-Door Men FACULTY MEMBERS ERMINE C. CASE, Ph.D. LEIGH J. YOUNG, A.B., M.S.F. RUSSEL S. WATSOX, M.S.F. ASSOCIATE MEMBERS MAX M. PEET. A.M.. M.D. FREDERICK M. GAIGE, A.B. CHARLES E. GILLIS LARRY GILLIS CECIL V. BLASHILL WILLIAM TOY Louis V. FUESS MILO W. SAMPLE Louis HARTZELL HERBERT G. HICKS E. PARISH LOVEJOY WINCHESTER C. COOLEY ACTIVE ROLL THEODORE J. CASE Louis C. LEHMAXX, JR. THOMAS H. SPAIN- PHILIP H. SCHREYER EDWARD W. LITTLEFIELD R. CARLYLE BAKER ORTON H. CLARK GEORGE H. XOLDE MARTIN R. WEBB KIRK S. WHITE Three Hundred Thirty-three TROY SWAYZE RODEN CARSON Ross KELLY SHIREY SILVER DASKAM CORBETT HOUGH FEETHAM WALDRON GABLER COCHRAN SWAIN WARSAU DOWNER WOODRUFF O ' REILLY LOUD WILCOX SHARPE BECKETT MOORE WILLIAMS MARRIS CHENOT MILLER WELTY CADY WIGGINS NORTH KESSELL STERN KETCHAM McCuRDY . HATTON LE CERCLE FRANCAIS French Society EDWARD F. MOORE MARGARET BECKETT HILDA WESTER . HAROLD J. ALLEN OFFICERS President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer HAROLD J. ALLEN MARGARET BECKETT EVELYN CADY ELIZABETH CARSON RALPH CHENOT HAMILTON COCHRAN ROSE CORBETT MARGARET DASKAM PROBHA DASZUPTA FREDERIC DONNER JOYCE DURFEE HELEN FEETHAM ANNE GABBLER KATHLEEN HATTON ATHALIE HOUGH DOROTHY KIELY MARY KESSEL LORNA KETCHAM GORDON LOUD FRANCIS MARRIS NEIL MILLER EDWARD J. MOORE MEMBERS YONE MORIYA JOYCE McCuRDY VIVIAN NORTH FRANCES O ' REILLY EDELAINE RODEN J. W. Ross HELENA SILVER RENAUD SHERWOOD FLORENCE SHERRY SELMA STERN FRANCES STRYKER FRANCES SWAIN KATHERINE SWAYZE FLORENCE THIEME GERALDINE TROY RUTH WALDRON ESTHER WELTY CLARIBEL WIGGINS CATHERINE WILCOX HELEN WOODRUFF BERNICE WARSAW HILDA WESTER Three Hundred Thirty-four ALEXANDER DOBBS " :LSOX WATT CXOSSEX MARIX HEXDERSOX GREEXBERC JORDAX JOXES MOTE WILLEY WILSCX ALEXAXDER COYXE SCHMIDT WADSWORTH SERRA. WOODRUFF JAT ELLIOTT SCALES LA SOCIEDAD HISPANIC A MARVIN D. FAUST HARRIET M. WILSON . MARGARET I. MOVE GILBERT F. GOWER . XORMAN L. WILLEY, A.M. OFFICERS ALBERT M. THAYER JACK P. HOLDEN . MARGARET I. MOYE THELMA F. HENDERSON- GILBERT F. GOWER ALBERT J. SCHMIDT FORD R. ALEXANDER RUTH ALEXANDER DOROTHY BAISLEY MARGARET BECKETT MILDRED CAMPBELL SADIE CNOSSEN MARY COYNE HARRY DOBBS GEORGE ELLEDGE HELEN ELLIOTT Louis ERLENBACH MARVIN FAUST MARGARET GAMBLE GILBERT F. GOWER SAMUEL GREENBERG CELIA GUZMAN- ROBERT HALSEY THELMA HENDERSON- HARRY A. HART JACK HOLDEN COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN ACTIVE MEMBERS HELEN WOODRUFF President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Advisor . Dance . Dramatic Lecture . Membership Program . Publicity JOHN JAY LINCOLN JONES XATALIE JORDAN- OSCAR KEYDEL DAY-ID LYND FRED MARIN MARGARET MOYE LOWELL XUSSBAUM GORDON OLIVER CLARENCE PETERSON- MADELEINE SCALES ALBERT SCHMIDT EMILIO SERRA MURIEL STURTZ ALBERT THAYER ESTHER WADSWORTH MARION WALKER RALPH WATT HARRIET WILSON KATHRYN WILSON- LOIS BROOKS HOXORARY MEMBERS EILEXE LAMB SAMUEL EPSTEIN Thnt Hundred Thirty-fee HAVEN SLATERY CARTER RATH COMMERCE CLUB OFFICERS HARRY N. RATH . VELMA L. CARTER . RICHARD J. HAVEN THEODORE R. SLATERY . President . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE HARRY N. RATH KAYE H. BUTTARS FRANKLIN B. BUELL LIONEL F. ASHBOLT GEORGE W. TROOST HAROLD J. POTTER GEORGE C. BEEMAN RAYMOND R. SCHROYER LYNDELL D. SIBERT MILTON C. BARBER LAWRENCE A. PRICE FRANK M. HART DONALD VANSTONE GLENN H. MARCY BEN W. LEWIS Three Hundred Thirty-six MURPHY BEECKEL RAX KIN GREENSTONE DENTAL SOCIETY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN OFFICERS NELSON ANDREW BEECKEL FRANK WILLARD RAN KIN JAMES EARL MURPHY . ELMER GREENSTONE . . President V ice-President . Secretary- Treasurer HONORARY MEMBERS MARCUS LLEWELLYN WARD, D.D.Sc. NELVILLE SOULE HOFF. D.D.S. Louis PHILLIPS HALL. D.D.S. CYRENUS GARRITT DARLING, M.D. RUSSEL WELFORD BUNTING, D.D.Sc. CHALMERS JOHN LYONS. D.D.Sc. JOHN JACOB TRAVIS, D.D.S. ELMER LEROY WHITMAN, D.D.S. L RA GARFIELD RICKERT, M.A., D.D.S. ROBERT BROWN HOWELL, D.D.S. FRANK REDMAN WOODS, D.D.S. ALBERT JOHN HALL, D.D.S. REGINALD AUGUS MACDONALD, D.D.S. MORRIS DAVIS MACKOY, Ph.G., D.D.S. ALBERT JOHN IRVING, D.D.S. FRANCIS BULKLEY VEDDER, D.D.S. LAVERXE H. ANDREWS. D.D.S. ROBERT K. BROWN, D.D.S. RALPH H. DIMOCK, D.D.S. PERCIVAL C. LOWERY, 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 Three Hundred Thirty-seven LARDNER MICHAELS MAURIEL HARDY LAUDER VLACK STUNER HOUSEL COOK BIELFIELD POWERS CUNNINGHAM BERNBAUM HUMMER SEGALL CARNEY XAHIKIAN MCKECHNIE MAHAFFY RATH WHITE SHARPE KREINHEDER POWERS BOXING CLUB During the war boxing suffered at Michigan, but in the fall of 1919, interest was again incited, largely through the efforts of R. V. Libonati. The Boxing Club was re-established and the services of Coach Sullivan, formerly instructor at the D. A. C. were secured. A great deal of good boxing material has been discovered on the campus, and a meet with D. A. C., an inter-college meet, and an All-Campus tournament, the winners of which will make up the University Boxing Team, have been planned by the Boxing Board o f Control. Although not definitely decided, it is quite certain that the Boxing team will meet Annapolis the latter part of May. Membership in the boxing club has been attained by the recommendation of the ability of the men by Coach Sullivan. Tournament winners automatically become members. Three Hundred Thirty-eight MAXTIX KLIXGMAX KREIS KIRKPATRICK LYXCH HUMMER GILL HVXT O ' BuiEx R. D. GIBSOX DAXIELS A. C. GIBSOX J-HOP COMMITTEE C. A. HUMMER, ' 23, Chairman H. P. BUCKINGHAM, ' 2jH T. C. DANIELS, ' 23? A. C. GIBSOX, ' 230 R. D. GIBSOX, ' 23 V. A. GILL, ' 23A H. C. HLXT, ' 23Ed L. V. KIRKPATRICK, ' 23E W. O. KLIXGMAX. ' z C. C. KREIS, ' 23 T. J. LYXCH, ' 23 E R. O. MARTIN, ' 23 G. K. O ' BRIEN, ' 23L Three Hundred Thirty-nine STEKETEE CLEVELAND CROSBY CAMPBELL WILSON GLEASON BLOCK WlLKENING WlLLET MARMON BERNARD KIPKE ROBINSON SOPHOMORE PROM COMMITTEE JOHN P. BERNARD, Chairman DONALD STEKETEE HARRY KIPKE MARION CROSBY A. S. MARMON E. T. CLEVELAND C. J. VERKERKE G. S. BLACK C. A. CAMPBELL DON WILSON R. C. GLEASON F. C. WILKENING WARD WILLET CARLETON HILL Three Hundred Forty STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION CABINET PRESIDENT HUGH V. HITCHCOCK, (First Semester) PHILLIPS P. ELLIOTT, (Second Semester) GALE L. WESSINGER WILLIAM G. OGDEN FRANK H. LEE, JR. Louis M. DYLL . EDWARD T. RAMSDELL CLAUDE L. PICKENS ELMER D. HARTLEY VICE-PRESIDENTS Baptist Disciple . Episcopal . Lutheran Methodist Presbyterian Unitarian CHILES B. AX AXTWERP WALTER B. REA . JOYCE STEDMAN . EDWARD T. RAMSDELL . BENNETT AVERT . RUSSELL PERSING . C. MAURICE ATKINSON . MORRIS C. ROBINSON . JAMES G. FREY FRED L. WORCESTER ORA W. RUSH . EDWARD F. LAMBRECHT ROBERT J. DUNNE ROSS A. McFARLAND . COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Church Membership . University Services . Religious Education . World Service . Student Volunteers . Extension Service . Finances . Montieth Social International Friendship Student Conferences Publicity Fresh Air Camp . Vocations CHAIRMAN OF STAFF LEWIS C. REIMAXN Three Hundred Forty-one KAUFMAN TEEGARDEN MORAN REITER DEAN HUGH CABOT FAGERBURG GALLOGLY BADGLEY LAUDER HOSTRUP SPIER THE REPUBLICAN CLUB OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN OFFICERS JESSE S. REEVES, Professor of Political Science WEST H. GALLOGLY ..... JAMES G. FREY ...... MAXWELL F. BADGLEY .... JAMES E. SPIER .... CARL G. BRANDT ..... JACOB W. HOSTRUP ..... HOWARD I. SHAW ..... . Honorary President President First Vice-President Second Vice-President Third Vice-President Fourth Vice-President Secretary Treasurer EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE HUGH CABOT, Dean of the Medical School EVERETT S. BROWN, Assistant Professor of Political Science FREDERICK H. LAUDER HAROLD A. FURLONG Thrte Hundred Forty-two CHAXC MILES Rossi CHU RYAR VARGAS ARCUELLES SMILEY WELLS MEHANDRU TAVARES WANG Hsu SHIMDA ABADA CUSTODIA SAHM SAVANT ANKLESARIA SINGH Yn STUART ]. A. BERESFORO KULACHAN CHEN MUXIR TSAI HILHNER SMITH RATH TAXAKA GOLDIN KAPUR BECKWITH TSAO JOSE Lu TAXG GONDOS CAPISTRAXO E. M. BERESFORD POTTER CAJUCOM BROWN COSMOPOLITAN CLUB OFFICERS EDWIN M. BERESFORD . VICTOR GOXDOS. JR. PROFESSOR A. V. SMITH President Secretary Treasurer ACTIVE MEMBERS U. S. A. JOHN R. ADAMS MILTON C. BARBER EDWARD E. BROWN R. W. DEEDS MARVIN D. FAUST VICTOR GONDOS J. A. HAMILTON JAMES D. LINDSAY CLAIRE F. LYMAN V. V. SYLVESTER JOHN V. VANDERWILT HARRY N. RATH CARLTON ELLS EARL MILES R. S. STUART GEORGE O. SMILEY C. L. DAHLSTROM V. T. CLAXTON A. K. GOODMAN CHINA F. P. CHENG PIXG C. CHEN SHIH Yu CHENG PEI CHIN CHU S. C. Ho Q. L. Hsu M. T. Kwoxc F. C. LING S. H. Lu F. T. G. Ni GEAROLD H. TSAI C. H. TSUXG C. F. WANG W. H. Yu C. C. TSAO L. G. P. Li S. T. CHANG PHILIPPINE ISLANDS E. R. ABADA R. CAPISTRAXO E. CRUZ DELEON S. A. FERNAXDEZ E. L. JOSE I. M. MARANON M. E. PABLO E. ROA E. SANCHEZ T. M. SANTOS G. SARAUGAIJA |. C. SUGUITAN P. S. TESCON FRED WORCESTER JOSE M. CAJUCOM JAPAN YOSHIMASA AMARI MATSUZA HAKASUI TOYOJI HIGUCHI S. KATSUIZUIMI KAGOTA SHIMODA T. TAXAKA M. L ' YCHARA M. MUIRA S. NARUMI N. OHTOMO KEIJI SUGIURA DR. S. IDE INDIA L. C. KAPUR B. L. MEHANDRU S. M. Musi A. N. RYAR A. K. SAVAXT GUR B. SIXCH M. K. AXKLESATIA J. N. SAHXI SOUTH AFRICA GERALD COHEX HARRY GOLDIX S. D. SAMUEL DANIEL DE ET CANADA EDWIN M. BERESFORO JAMES A. BERESFORD D. E. S. BROWX W. K. KING A. D. MACDONALD ARGENTINA B. L. BECKWITH JUAN C. FARIAS C. R. RoiG BuSTAMANTE E. R. Rossi HAWAII KENNETH D. BOND C. N. TAVARES K. Y. TAXG E. T. SHIXBORI PORTO RICO FRANCIS I. BLOISE NAMOIO CORDOVA R. DEL " ALLE, JR. COSTA RICO S. VARGAS MEXICO CAMELO R. ARGUELLES J. A. MARTIXEZ NICARAGUA S. M. LEJARZA PANAMA A. M. THAYE NATAL P. M. SUXDAR SIAM YEU KULACHAU SMYRNA E. S. GURDJIAX BOLIVIA GEORGE RODAS CHILI D. R. PEXA GREECE C. D. DlAMAUTOPOULOS ROUNL NIA G. KRON Thrtf Hundred Forty-tkrte THE ' ' UPPER ROOM ' Michigan men secure three vital character-building assets through the work of the " Upper Room " Bible Class. First, the Bible as the foundation of the work is interpreted in a virile, man- appealing fashion. Second, a warm fellowship results from the contact of fellow with fellow in the atmosphere of the group. Third, a fine Christian leadership is given the men in the personality of Dr. T. M. Iden, revered by all acquainted with the " Upper Room " . The big meeting of the week is held from seven until eight every Saturday evening. Ringing songs, special music, prayer, and the weekly lesson and a strong message it is fill up an hour of genuine inspiration. Promptly at eight the unison benediction, " Blest be the tie that binds " , closes the meeting. The influence of such meetings has reached a total membership of over six thousand, the product of fifteen years at a western college, and since 1914 at Michigan. At the beginning of this second semester the year ' s enrollment ran over 600, the average attendance being slightly under 100. An added word concerning the modest, devoted, richly-endowed leader of the class must be in- cluded in this brief resume. Dr. Iden, as a gifted teacher of science to young men, and through a deep and appreciative study of the Bible, is rarely equipped to present a vigorous, memorable inter- pretation of the Bible as a guide to true living. His optimism, his genial cordiality, and his dis- tinct grasp of the " things that count " , are qualities that cannot go unmentioned; for the " Upper Room " and its able leader are inseparable. Three Hundred Forty-four 53 1. SHAW KEITH GRANT LAWSON JONES JACKSON SLOAN LEE COTTIX ENGLISH Looms KIDD GRANT BROWN HARRIS PARKER MOXOX CLUB MEMBERS G. M. BROWN J. R. COTTIN C. A. ENGLISH B. E. GRANT D. M. GRANT E. L. HARRIS D. R. JONES R. A. JACKSON A. C. KEITH A. L. KIDD B. V. LAWSON A. P. LEE L. A. LOOMIS L. C. PARKER H. D. SHAW J. P. SLOAN Tttret Hundred Forty-jne ' . - " .,_ . 11 ' . , . RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS FIELD AND STAFF COLONEL MOORE, E. F. CAPTAIN McF.LHOSE, L. G. LIEUTENANT-COLONEL MOORE, R. S. CAPTAIN STANDISH, S. MAJOR HINKLEY, M. G. CAPTAIN LOTT, G. M. CAPTAIN THOMSON, L. IST LIEUTENANT GILBERT, V. V. 2ND LIEUTENANT KINNEY, C. W. FIRST BAT TALION MAJOR PILKINGTON, J. H. IST LlEUTENENT GlLLIS, L. R. IST LIEUTENANT SWANSON, L. IST LIEUTENANT WORE, I. H. IST LIEUTENANT ROBBINS, A. H. SECOND BATTALION MAJOR POLHAMUS, J. R. IST LIEUTENANT WATSON, H. J. IST LIEUTENANT ANDERSON, K. S. IST LIEUTENANT WAGNER, A. N. IST LIEUTENANT PUYER, W. H. Co. A Co. B. Co. C Co. D Co. E Co. F Co. H BAND CAPTAIN BRADLEY, E. S. IST LIEUTENANT NEALE, R. L. CAPTAIN BELKNAP, R. L. IST LIEUTENANT NICHOLSON, A. B. CAPTAIN SHINDEL, S. M. IST LIEUTENANT NEWTON, D. CAPTAIN DION, J. E. IST LIEUTENANT PHILLIPS, A. L. CAPTAIN ELESON, E. R. IST LIEUTENANT ELLIS, E. K. CAPTAIN HARRIS, O. B. IST LIEUTENANT BOOTH, B. G. CAPTAIN LEACH, L. L. IST LIEUTENANT TURNER, M. W. IST LIEUTENANT SELLING, L. S. 2ND LIEUTENANT 2ND LIEUTENANT 2ND LIEUTENANT 2ND LIEUTENANT 2ND LIEUTENANT 2ND LIEUTENANT 2ND LIEUTENANT 2ND LIEUTENANT 2ND LIEUTENANT 2ND LIEUTENANT 2ND LIEUTENANT 2ND LIEUTENANT 2ND LIEUTENANT 2ND LIEUTENANT JENNINGS, C. F. PRICE, R. J. HULETT, V. E. GOLDSMITH, P. H. TUCKER, A. C. HOUSMAN, B. F. PRIDGEON, L. A. SECOR, S. M. LAWTON, S. P. STOKESBURY, L. B. HAMEL, J. J. THOMPSON, F. M. OLDS, R. N. GOELLNER, F. J. 2ND LIEUTENANT KILE, R. F. NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RIFLE TEAM WINNERS R. O. T. C. CUP, NATIONAL RIFLE MATCHES, CAMP PERRY, OHIO J. G. GLUNT A. H. ROBBINS S. STANDISH E. F. MOORE R. S. MOORE K. S. ANDERSON L. THOMSON S. M. SHINDEL H. H. HULBERT MAJOR WILLIS SHIPPAM, U. S, C. A. C. TEAM CAPTAIN Three Hundred Forty-six ALLMAND ARCHER LAWTON HOCKING MILLER GUN AND BLADE CLUB The Gun and Blade Club is an organization of ex-service men who are receiving rehabilitory training through the United States Veterans Bureau, all Veterans Bureau students are eligible to membership. This club has a Ladies ' Auxiliary to which the wives of all Veterans Bureau students are eligible for membership. D . F. B. WAHR WILFRID HOCKING JOHN P. LAWTON HARRY H. ARCHER EARL C. ALLVIAND CHARLES R. MILLER HONORARY MEMBERS M. FRAXK CAMPBELL OFFICERS MEMBERS D. F. ALLEX E. C. ALUIAXD H. H. ARCHER A. B. BUCHANAN C. E. BUTLER R. C. BOUCHER WM. BRAYBROOK.S J. A. BOYCE T. P. BANK H. E. BARTLETT A. BENDER J. S. BENSON J. D. BOYD G. E. BONNER R. O. BARTELL L. B. BRAYTON B. M. BAIRD E. V. CAMPBELL C. B. CU-MMINCS I. S. CLARK R. B. CASE A. CANNON E. H. CRAMER H. G. CHAMBERLIN F. H. DAXIELS H. R. DEAN C. C. DEWITT C. E. DOUGHERTY D. C. DEGRAFF E. T. DLRBIN V. G. ElBLER S. ELLETT R. L. EDISON B. H. EDDY C. N. FAIN L. A. FROM J. W. FISH T. J. FlNCER J. 3UIAZDOWSKI R. O. GILBERT T. P. GIES B. GLASGOW . V. GRAY P. V. GORDEN G. M. GALE T. C. GRACY A. C. GIBSON E. R. HELFERICH B. F. HAUSMAX R. B. HALL H. R. HoFFMASTER H. A. K. HART F. R. HAGUE G. B. HARTMAN H. E. HASTINGS O. L. HILTON P. J. HEPPEN W. HOCKING F. D. HUNN D. R. JOXES K. P. JOXES J. C. JELSCH J. H. KEHREN D. S. KENDALL R. A. KENT O. W. LAKE R. C. LlNTOX J. P. LAWTOX R. B. McIxrosH C. R. MILLER G. H. MARCY M. C. MOODY E. L. MALM C. E. MYERS R. L MANWARIXG S. McBRIDE F. B. . LARKEY L. C. MERIWETHER E. NELSON E. M. O ' HARA E. V. OLDHAM J. B. PATTINSON H. A. PARKER M. E. POTTER L. O. PALMITER V. P. RAYNER G. B. RAXXEY H. T. RINGER E. R. ROBINSON H. E. ROSEXE President ri(e-Presidfnt Secretary Treasurer Sergeanl-al-arms R. E. REID R. E. SMITH J. P. SWEENY H. A. STEWART L. D. SANFORD M. A. SMITH J. R. SLOCUM R. L . SODDEY J. C. STEVENS R. J. SHOULDICE V. A. SPIEGAL A. L. STRIEGLE F. A. SERGEANT V. R. SEIBERT H. SPARLING S. E. TAYLOR P. M.TEDROW W. H. TUSTISON O. S. THOMPSON H. B. TEEGARDEN F. M. TOWNSEND C. TURNER V. ]. VANORDEN G. M. VAIL K. F. VOCKE D. V. VAX VOERKOM A. WHITEHEAD C. A. WALTMIRE L. P. WHELAX T. A. WHITAKER Three Hundred Forty-scren VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS OF THE UNITED STATES RICHARD N. HALL POST NO. 422 UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN This post has been named in honor of Richard N. Hall, the first Michigan man who made the supreme sacrifice in the World War. Killed in action December 25, 1915. POST OFFICERS FOR 1922 N. K. CHAMBERLIN, ' 22 W. V. R. GILBERT, ' 22 C. H. SMITH, ' 24!, . G. M. GALE, ' 2jL . L. L. FENWICK, ' 22 B. F. HAUSMAN, ' 24 G. M. LOTT, ' 22 . C. C. WOLCOTT, M.D. . A. L. SPEER, 24.L . W. A. SCHLUETER, ' 24!, L. FOSTER, ' 23 L. F. WoHLWEND, ' 24.L H. EUSTROM, ' 23 J. W. HOSTRUP, ' 23 TRUSTEES LEWIS R. WILLIAMS, ' 23 L Commander Past Commander Senior V ice-Commander Junior Vice-Commander Quartermaster Adjutant . Chaplain . Surgeon . Officer of the Day . Post Historian Sergeant Major Sergeant of the Guard Bugler F. F. WYNN, ' 23 L 3n Jfflemortam C. W. Three Hundred Forty-eight Jts V . F. W MUSTER ROLL DR. L. P. HALL HONORARY MEMBERS PROFESSOR C. I. VIBBERT PROFESSOR W. H. HOBBS R. F. ARTHUR F. W. HOORX J. R. HAYDEX FACULTY MEMBERS R. T. LlDDICOAT W. SHIPPAM C. C. WOLCOTT X. H. AXXIXG R. BALL E. M. CARROL GRADUATE MEMBERS L. H. FEXXO B. F. FIELD L. M. GOULD G. C. GRAHAM G. F. ALDRICH H. H. BATTIX J. J. BEBEAC H. ' M. BELL H. D. BlLLMEYER N. O. BYLAXD(M) A. B. BUCHANAN I. M. COHX (M) F. H. COUGHLIN A. E. COATES H. R. CARPEXTER 1922 H. COCHRAX ]. M. DURBIN (L) B. H. EDDY E. R. ELESOX J.G. FREY V. W. GOWER S. V. GOLIXSKY P. R. GREEX H. D. HUMPHREY R. M. HAZEX R. F. HAGUE J. K. HAZEL O. A. KELLEY F. V. LAROUCHE A. B. LOCKE W. J. LAUDER G. H. MARCY J. XV. McDoNALD L. J. MEXERY C. L. MADDEX J. I. McCoRMACK R. S. MOORE G. E. PLAXCK Y. H. ROWE H. D. ROWE F. R. SCHERER A. SCHULTZ J. E. SPIER (L) R. D. THOMAS L. P. WHELAX C. S. WARNER H. E. WILLEMIX F. E. YOUNG H. J. ALLEX G. APPLEHOF T. P. BAXK G. BENSON H. H. BLOCK G. E. BOXXER J. L. BARXETT X. G. BoiTELL W. AY. CA SWELL L. S. COLE L. R. CHRISTMAX C. O. CHRISTEXSOX A. J. CLARK 1923 H. G. CHAMBERLAIX J. F. HUNTER R. B. HERRICK Y. H. COOK H. R. DEAX J. M. DETWILER J. C. DlCKIXSON C. S. ELLSWORTH J. B. GLASGOW H. D. GOLDS M. E. HANXA H. B. HOSTETLER B. L. HEATH Y. J. HOWARD M. P. ISAMIXGER M. T- ROHAX W. F. LOWE H. A. PARKER S. R. YEXOWIXE R. B. KELLOGG S. LASHA R. C. LIXTON DOLPH LAIX E. F. MAST E. M. O ' HARA D. M. XAHIKAIX O. A. POTTS S. J. ROOSKOSKY L. REIGELMAX C. R. RICHARDS R. F. REID M. P. RHODES W. L. STODDARD T. I. UXDERWOOD W. WEAVER R. W. MASTERS E. R. ROBINSON T. WHITTAKER W. J. BANCROFT H. J. L. BARXETT T. B. S. BOOTH H. D. H. BRUMM G. R. M. BL-TLER (L) J. W. BRAYBROOKS O. H. B. CHAXDLER H. H. D. CLARK A. C. M. CAXWRIGHT (M Y R. B. CASE J. C. D. ELLISOX E J- 1924 A. FURLOXG M E. GERRIE H. GLEW C. GRIMM K. HECKERT (M) L. HILTOX J. BRISBOIS C. HIRTH . HOCKING F. HUXTER R. IREY C. JELSCH O. W. LAKE E. C. J. C. LAVEXS H. A. C. H. LUTH H. W J. P. LAWTOX T. H. W. F. LOWE K. D C. R. MILLER C. J. G. E. MORELAND (M) P. X. K. J. MACKENZIE M. I. R. W. MASTERS E. R. P. MORTENSOX O. B. J. P. SWEEXEY (L) M. J. MlLDXER PARKER . TUSTISOX WOLFE . WILKIXS (L) WILLIAMS YOUNG LOEFFTER ROBIXSOX SCHROEDER ROHAN Three Hundred Forty-nine MONTEITH CLUB MORRIS C. ROBINSON . JASPER J. HIEFTJE OSWALD C. MICHELMANN OFFICERS . President V ice-President Secretary HONORARY MEMBERS PRESIDENT MARION LEROY BURTON PROFESSOR LEROY WATERMAN CHARLES P. BAYLESS, ' 22 WARREN E. JACKSON, ' 22 OSWALD C. MICHELMANN, ' 22 PHILIP ELLIOTT, ' 22 HAROLD H. SLOCUM, ' 22 ROY LAUTENSCHLAGER, Grad. ACTIVE MEMBERS JASPER J. HIEFTJE, ' 23 JULIUS B. GLASGOW, ' 23 CLAUDE L. PICKENS, ' 23 EDWARD T. RAMSDELL, ' 23 GILBERT APPELHOF, ' 23 OVIATT DESMOND, ' 24 PRENTICE C. FORD, ' 25 GEORGE R. MOORE, ' 24 MORRIS ROBINSON, ' 24 RALPH D. HARPER, ' 24 RAYMOND P. LEWIS, ' 24 EDWARD M. GERLACH, ' 24 RALPH W. BROWN, ' 25 The Monteith Club which appears in the Michiganensian this year for the first time is named for the Rev. John Monteith, one of the founders of the institution which afterwards became the University of Michigan. The club was organized in May 1921 and is one of the few institutions of its kind in American universities. During the past year the club has been very active in carry- ing out its purposes which are to interest fellow students in the Christian ministry, to establish closer relations among those so interested, and to provide means for informing its members concern- ing all the phases of the ministry. Membership is interdenominational and is limited to those who sign this declaration. " It is my purpose, God permitting, to enter the Christian ministry " . Three Hundred Fifty SE-CTIONAL CLUBS Three Hundred Fijty-one STONE TRACKETT KEELER SPERRY SAGINAW CLUB TAYLOR P. S. KEELER R. H. TAYLOR G. L. STONE . D. L. SPERRY N. K. TRACKETT M. N. ALLEN H. E. ARNDT W. E. BANDEMER H. R. BECKWITH A. J. BERST J. W. BIRD H. H. BLOCK S. BOLTON J. H. BRITTON M. E. BROWN H. N. BURROWS F. W. CASE M. H. CASE C. L. CLARK C. J. CLARK E. S. CORNWELL W. E. CRANE D. C. CULVER B. K. CUBBAGE L. P. ERLENBACH C. FRIERS L. GOLDSTEIN W. H. GRANSE E. M. GRAVES M. L. GREENBAUM R. J. GROSS Three Hundred Fifty-two OFFICERS Member MEMBERS M. A. GUENIN W. S. HERBERT E. R. HICKS K. E. KAUFMAN H. J. KEHREN H. G. KLEEKAMP W. J. LAUDER W. P. MARTZOWSKA L. N. MERRILL H. E. MILES H. F. MlTCHEL R. H. MOONEY J. E. MOONEY C. M. NORRIS W. C. O ' KEEFE 0. C. OLSON A. W. PALMER K. C. PATTERSON H. P. PAUL R. A. PIERCE A. O. PLAMBECK O. C. RICHTER E. G. RICHARDSON B. J. ROCKWOOD F. R. SCHEMM G. A. SCHEMM President V ice-President . Secretary Treasurer Executive Committee H. R. SCHEMM A. F. SCHIRMER C. J. SCHMIDT F. G. SCHMIDT H. J. SHANNON C. J. SlLHAVY N. J. SMITH J. A. SPENCE H. C. SPENCE J. M. STEWART G. R. STRIMBECK G. E. TIEDKER T. A. TIMCHAC R. E. TOWNSEND C. URE R. C. VOGT E. E. WEADOCK L. E. WHALEY H. G. WHITCOMB K. WHITE H. R. WHITCRAFT F. T. WHITNEY G. W. WHITNEY A. H. WlTHAM A. A. YAEGER W. H. YAEGER BOKER ELLIOTT KOESTER UTKE MCGREGOR D. CRELLY BOLLIXGER PETZIXCER STAUFFER IXXES EHRKE H. HALE Dixox JEXSEX MEILAXDER STERXLIEB MAYER OBROCK GOODYEAR C. HALE FITCH HERRICK HEXDERSCX BLASE WHITE H. SEIDMAX S. SEIDMAX HASKELL T. CRELLY ROCK BLVMEXTHAL BUCHAX MICHALSKE CLEVELAND CLUB CHARLES E. FUTCH WENDELL HERRICK WAYNE G. HEXDERSOX CLAYTOX G. HALE ROXALD GOODY-EAR OFFICERS President ice-President . Secretary-Treasurer Senior Committee Chairman Sergeant-at-Arms MEMBERS XORMAND BLASE J. W. BLUMENTHAL W. R. BOKER X. H. BOLLIXGER H. R. BOWMAN E. T. BRODERICK NORMAX BuCHAN D. A. CRELLY ' T. S. CRELLY H. J. Dixox G. E. EHRKE P. L. EIXSTEIX S. B. ELLIOTT A. L. FEDERMAN L. FRIEDMAX CHARLES FUTCH RUSSELL GOODMAN R. R. GOODYEAR C. G. HALE H. L. HALE . C. HASKELL W. G. HENDERSOX WEXDELL HERRICK T. M. IXXES G. M. JEXSEX C. KOESTER W. R. KREIXHEDER VERXOX LIEBLEIN E. W. MARSH ALEX MACGREGOR A. M. MACN ' ERXEY F. W. MAYER L. F. MEILAXDER H. J. MICHALSKE F. A. OBROCK H. W. PETZIXGER GILBERT ROCK G. W. ROUSE M. SCHWARTZ H. SEIDMAN S. SEIDMAX W. A. STAUFFER M. STERXLEIB R. O. UTKE S. A. WEART H. L. WHITE Three Hundred Fifty-three RHODES GROVES McMuLLAN PATTEE KRETSCHMAR GOLDSTEIN WISHEK LIEBLIG WEIL CHAPMAN LOTT GINELLA CORY HOOPER ROYSTON WoOLFENDEN ORCOP LANG MARTIN GREEN SMITH WYNN GILLIS BIDDLE HAMER LIPPOLD HOBSON FORD STRATBUCKER RUSSELL SPALDING WESTERNERS The membership of Westerners is composed of students at the University of Michigan and the School of Music from the states of Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota. MAURICE R. NORCOP HOMER MARTIN FRANCES KELLER . JOSEPHINE LANG . OFFICERS President Vice-President . Treasurer . Secretary COMMITTEES SOCIAL FRED F. WYNN, Chairman LEON C. SMITH DORIS KELLER RICHARD CHAPMAN GRACE FORD GEORGE PATTEE MARTORIE LANG CLYDE MORRIS DOROTHY LIPPOLD DOROTHY EVANS CATHERINE VON TOBEL PAULINE WAITE MARION RUSSELL ELLESTENA PAZOUR ATHLETIC GEORGE LOTT, Chairman WILLIAM ARCHER HARVEY B. PORTER JOSEPH T. WOOLFENDEN MILTON GREEN ARCHIE MCDONALD HARRY HAWKINS GLENN JEPSON HENRY GROVES MARSTON NELSON HERBERT WEIL WARD ROLLAND MAURICE RHODES MAX WISHEK MEMBERSHIP MARY I. HOBSON, Chairman JOHN E. HILL FRANCIS BRUNNER ROBERT N. DONLEY CAMILO ARGUELLES ROSALEA SPALDING THEODORE GOLDSTEIN ANITA THOMPSON GERTRUDE STRATHBUCKER WINIFRED BIETHAN ALICE PAZOUR MARIE BIDDLE WILLIAM LIEBLIE J. GEINELLA Three Hundred Fifty-four NAKAIIVRA OKTOMO SHIXBORI HISHITAXI KIMARA SHIRASAWA AMARI Jixxo HICCHI NISHIDA Eci TAXAKA MIURA KATSVIZVMI SIGIHARA HAKUSUI NARVMI YOKOYAMA IDE HORI FUKVI OSAWA MATSUMOTO SADAKATA EJISTLAKE NIPPON CLUB OFFICERS YUKI OSAWA X. OHTOMO . YOKE MORIYA KITA FUKUI President . y ice-President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS Y. AMARI CLARA EASTLAKE K. EGI KITA FUKUI M. HAKUSUI E. HATASHITA T. HIGUCHI R. HISHITAXI XOBU HORI DR. SOBEI IDE S. KATSUIZUMI R. A. KIXIURA G. T. MATSUDA MATSUE M. UYEHARA M. MIURA YOXE MORIYA H. XAKAMURA W. T. XAKAMURA S. XARUMI X. OHTOMO YUKI OSAWA KAMEYO SADAKATA E. T. SHIXOORI K. SHIMODA G. SHIRASAWA K. SUGIUR_ Y. TAK. GI T. TAXAKA Threr Hundred Fifty-fee H.P.CHEN CHEW CHU CHIN CHOW H.F.Yu CHENG J.W.LAM Y.Y.YANG P.C.L E E GEE C.S.CHEN F.P.CHEN YOUNG Kuo HUA PEI KWONG P.C.CHEN Y. K. LEE W. LEE TANG W. H. Yu TONG CHANG CHUNG W. L. Hsu TSUNG TSAO Ni CHAO S. C. Ho Miss LEE TSE Miss LOWE G.H. TSAI SICK HUANG HSAIO S. T. CHEN J. M. YANG S. M. Ho K. H. LAM Miss LUCY WANG Miss HELEN WONG SUHO LOH Hu Miss TAO Miss DONG Wu LIEU J. S. Liu SETO D. S. CHEN HAN C. H. CHEN Liu LIANG Lu Miss Tsu Miss GIANG C. Y. Liu TSAO WANG S. H. WONG THE CHINESE STUDENTS CLUB OFFICERS S. H. Lu . Miss G. T. Liu Miss A. L. GIANG C. Y. Liu . C. H. CHEN . President Fice-President . Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS S. T. CHANG C. H. CHEN C. S. CHEN F. P. CHEN D. S. CHEN H. P. CHEN P. C. CHEN S. T. CHEN S. Y. CHENG S. D. CHEW Y. L. CHIU J. T. CHAO F. Y. CHOW P. C. CHU H. C. CHUNG M. T. DONG, Miss C. T. GEE A. L. GIANG, Miss JULIA HAN, Miss S. C. Ho S. M. Ho T. HSIAO R. Hsu L. Y. Hu J. T. HUA RUFUS HUANG T. S. HUANG S. H. JEE P. Kuo M. T. KWONG T. W. LAM K. H. LAM Y. L. LOWE, Miss P. C. LEE W. J. LEE M. LIANG, Miss NATSEN LIEU T. L. LEE, Miss F. C. LING C. Y. Liu J. S. Liu G. T. Liu, Miss T. K. LOH S. H. Lu T. G. Ni K. H. PEI H. T. SIEK Y. S. SETO S. SUHO K. Y. TANG S. H. TAO S. M. TAO, Miss C. C. TONG C. H. TSUNG G. H. TSAI C. R. TSAI C. C. TSAO Z. T. TSAO, Miss Y. M. TZE K. P. TSONG, Miss T. Y. Tsou L. T. Tsu, Miss C. L. TONG T. F. WANG LUCY WANG, Miss H. W. WONG, Miss S. H. WONG S. T. Wu J. M. YANG Y. Y. YANG PAUL YOUNG H. F. Yu W. H. Yu Three Hundred Fifty-six PHILIPPINE- MICHIGAN CLUB DEWEY FORUM OF THE FEDERATED PHILIPPINE SOCIETIES OF AMERICA HOXOR JOSEPH BEALE STEERE CLARENCE G. WRENTMORE, C.E. JUDGE J. P. EISSENHAGEN MAXIMO M. KALAW, A.M.. LL.M. ROLL PROFESSOR J. R. HAYDEX, Ph.D. PROFESSOR WALTER WILGUS JUSTICE E. FIXLEY JOHXSOX, B.S., LL.M. JUSTICE GEO. A. MALCOLM, LL.B., J.D. FREDERICK L. WORCESTER ASSOCIATES GWYNNETH WRENTMORE ACTIVE FORUM GRADUATE ESTEBAX R. ABADA, A.B. RAMON CAPISTRANO. A.M.. LL.B. JOAQUIX MARANON, M.S. JOSE ALxRiA CAJUCOM, A.B.. LL.B. FAUSTIXO MANAGO, LL.M. SALVADOR FERXAXDEZ, B.S. in Ph. RAFAEL TEOPACO, A.B. EMETERIO ROA. M.S. SAXCHO DE LEOX, B.S. C.E. S. A. DE VERA, B.S.C.E. UNDERGRADUATE AvELIXO EXRIQUEZ AfiLASA MANUEL KAPARAS ERNESTO DE LEON- JOSE ALTEZ ENRIQUEZ ESTEBAX LAGRIMAS JOSE PABLO SIMON TECSON MANUEL ENRIQUEZ PABLO FEXERICO SANCHEZ MELANIO B. JAVIERTO RESIDENT RAMON CAPISTRANO . CRISOGONO CUSTODIO . EMETERIO ROA . ESTEBAN L. JOSE . AVELIXO EXRIQUEZ ABLAZA PEDRO MEMBRADO TELMO CRISOGOXO ROPELOS CUSTODIO TEOFILO MACAPAGAL SAXTOS GAUDENCIO OCAMPO SARAXGAYA JUAX CRUZ SUGUITAN PABLO DICCION TANGUILIG SIMON LIMJUCO TEOPACO COUNCIL . Chairman . ice-Chairman . Secretary . Recorder Bursar Three Hundred Fifty-seven PENNSYLVANIA CLUB OFFICERS TULLY A. GROSS, Glen Lyon WILLIAM L. NEWBURY, New Castle MARTHA C. SHEPARD, Parnassus . PAUL N. YOUNG, Greensburg SOCIAL COMMITTEE W. L. NEWBURY, New Castle ANDREW J. GAVEY, Glen Lyon FREDERICK L. FISCHER, Glen Lyon MADELINE J. McGuRK, New Castle RACHAEL D. RENO, Swissvale M. ETHEL BISBING, Philadelphia President Pice-President . Secretary Treasurer RECEPTION COMMITTEE JAMES G. FREY, DuBois RUSSELL THOMAS, Glen Lyon BENTON J. SAUPPEE, Allentown EMORY D. ROGERS, Emporium MARY A. CHASE, Clearfield MARIE A. GAERTNER, Shanokuc PUBLICITY COMMITTEE THOMAS J. DONAHUE, Scranton ARTHUR J. HANNA, New Castle RALPH N. BYERS, New Castle ROBERT B. TARR, Greensburg Three Hundred Fifty-eight " fc J fc J FRATERNITIES GENERAL FRATERNITIES In the order of their establishment at the University of Michigan CHI Psi . . . 1845 ALPHA DELTA PHI . . . 1846 DELTA KAPPA EPSILON . . X 8SS SIGMA PHI ..... 1858 ZETA Psi ..... !8s8 Psi UPSILON ....... 1865 BETA THETA Pi, 1845, re-established . 1867 PHI KAPPA Psi ... 1875 DELTA UPSILON . . .... 1876 SIGMA CHI ... 1877 DELTA TAU DELTA, 1874, re-established . . 1880 PHI DELTA THETA, 1864, re-established . . 1887 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON .... 1888 THETA DELTA CHI ..... 1889 DELTA CHI . 1892 KAPPA SIGMA . 1892 SIGMA Nu 1902 PHI GAMMA DELTA, 1885, re-established i9 2 PHI Mu ALPHA I9 2 ALPHA TAU OMEGA, 1888, re-established . 1904 ACACIA !94 PHI KAPPA SIGMA .... I 95 ALPHA SIGMA PHI . . . 1908 ZETA BETA TAU . 1912 SIGMA PHI EPSILON ...... I9 12 KAPPA BETA Psi . 1912 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA .... I9 J 3 PHI SIGMA KAPPA . . 1915 PHI SIGMA DELTA I9 l6 THETA CHI ... 1919 KAPPA Nu . . 1919 HERMITAGE ...... I9 ' 9 DELTA SIGMA PHI . . 1920 CHI PHI, 1882, re-established . .... 1921 ALPHA CHI RHO 1921 BETA PHI DELTA . . . 1921 Pi KAPPA ALPHA . . 1922 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 (n) hours of credit earned in one semester in this University with a grade of at least " C " in each course constituting said eleven (11) 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. Three Hundred Sixty ALPHA EPSILON Established in 1845 CKI 9s i FRATRES IX FACULTATE WALDO MACK ABBOTT, LL.B., A.B. FRATRES IN URBE Louis PAUL BUCKLEY, LL.B., HARRY SEGER SLIFER, A.M., J.D., GUY LANSDELL WOOLFOLK, A.B., CARROLL G. Ross, A.B., A.M. CHARLES M. GREEN- STEWART T. BEACH ALFRED L. MAY FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1922 KENNETH M. DAVENPORT GEORGE L. BANZHAF ALAN H. REEKIE THOMAS A. BELKNAP HARRY E. MILES R. EMERSON SWART EDWARD T. IVES, JR. DANIEL H. SINCLAIR RENAUD SHERWOOD FRANK E. CAMP GEORGE H. LANTZ THOMAS B. HEATLEY CHARLES J. MOCK COLEMAN MOCK WILLIAM R. RYBURN NATHANIEL ELY NORMAN C. KOLB CLEMONS H. DAVIS 1923 WILLIAM C. VALENTINE DAVID M. KENNEDY FRANK E. HAWLEY JAMES E. DUFFY, JR. STANLEY N. MUIRHEAD 1924 GORDON E. STRASSBURGER CHAUNCEY L. BRACE ROBERT W.WILKINS HUGH W T ELLMIER HENRY F. WINCHER 1925 ELLIOT C. DAVIDSON- BRUCE C. ROBERTSON J. DONALD SCOTT PAUL F. MOORE JOHN M. TREBLE BERNARD B. EDDY ARCHIBALD C. GRAY MORTON HILL WELLMEIR STRASSBURGER SCOTT- DAVENPORT DAVIDSON GRAY DUFFY HEATLEY KOLB SHERWOOD REEKIE BEACH TREBLE C. MOCK EDDY RYBURN HILL ELY C. J. MOCK MOORE CAMP MUIRHEAD BRACE WILKINS BELKNAP GREEN VALENTINE KENNEDY LANTZ SWART SINCLAIR BANZHAF IVES MAY MILES Three Hundred Sixty-one PENINSULAR CHAPTER Established in 1846 FRATRES IN FACULTATE HARRY B. HUTCHINS, PH. D., LL.D. HENRY M. BATES, PH.D., LL.D. WILLIAM H. BUTTS, PH.D. CHAUNCEY H. SHEARER, ' 79 ANDREW A. MOREHOUSE, A.B. FRATRES IN URBE HERMAN KLEENE, ' 03 ROBERT T. CRANE, Ph.D., LL.D. JESSE S. REEVES, PH.D. EVANS HOLBROOK, A.B., LL.D. CARL C. WARDEN, M.D. TRUMAN M. BIGELOW THOMAS H. ADAMS THOMAS F. GUSHING JOHN STEKETEE CARL F. CUSHING DONALD R. MCARTHUR JOHN L. WALTER RICHARD W. BACHMANN ERNEST S. CORNWELL HARRY N. BURROWS BENTON F. DAYTON FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1921 GEORGE K. BRIGGS WILLIAM H. INGHAM 1922 JAMES M. CROSBY THOMAS C. FERGUSON JOHN D. LANDIS WILLIAM G. SHARP, JR. JOHN M. WINTERS, JR. THOMAS B. MOORE GEORGE A. SCHEMM ABNER L. ROE HENRY W. SLAUGHTER THOMAS E. FISKE JOHN M. KELLY 1923 JOHN L. DAVIS DAVID MACTAGGART 1924 MOREAU E. CROSBY HOWARD G. FISHACK, A.B. GORDON LOUD FRANK W. STEKETEE JOHN G. SEARLE LEONARD W. HAYNES RIPLEY SCHEMM CHALMERS H. QUAINTANCE PAUL DEE SPEER 1925 HAROLD E. DEPREE CARL E. SCHLABACH ALBERT T. PECK DONALD W. JAICKS R. SCHEMM ROE SLAUGHTER M. CROSBY QUAINTANCE BACHMANN CORNWELL SPEER MCARTHUR G. SCHEMM WALTER C. CUSHING MACTAGGART MOORE DAVIS SEARLE FERGUSON J. STEKETEE F. STEKETEE CUSHING WINTERS LOUD SHARP ADAMS DAYTON SCHLABACH BURROWS PECK FISKE DE?REE KELLY 1 Three Hundred Sixty-two OMICRON CHAPTER Established in 1855 JNJ tappa Epsilon OSCAR J. CAMPBELL, PH.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE FRATER IN URBE HARRY W. DOUGLAS, B.S. CHARLES H. COOLEY, Pn.D. EBENEZER BUSHNELL ROBERT ANGELL, A.B. E. A. HUNTER F. ARCHER HINCHMAX JOHN M. BULKLEY F. L. TILDEN MORRIS MUZZY WALTER S. GOODSPEED DAVID M. MARTIN JAMES W. McCABE FRATRES IN UNTVERSITATE GRADUATES A. CLARK BENNETT JAMES CAMPBELL 1922 VV " . KENNETH RINDGE ALBERT F. SCHIRMER 1923 WARREN S. MERRIAM YEXNER E. BRACE WILLIAM C. STERLING 1924 PAUL R. REED JACK P. BRISCOE WINFIEID H. ROGERS DOUGLAS FLOOD GEORGE DUFFIELD ARTHUR B. DAVIDSON G. TYLER MARSHALL, JR. JOE C. STERLING MARCUS DUFFIELD FREDERICK J. VOCT WALTER K. WHITEHEAD 1925 CHARLES W. MERRIAM ALFRED CONNABLE E. TAYLOR GEORGE F. HAGGERTY YOGT McCABE TAYLOR C. MERRIAM CONNABLE DUFFIELD MARTIN WHITEHEAD GOODSPEED MUZZY REED TILDEN BULKLEY FLOOD ROGERS HAGGERTY MARSHALL BRISCOE W. MERRIAM W. STERLING HINCHMAX DAVIDSON J. STERLING BRACE BASHNELL RINDGE HITCHCOCK DAKIN SCHIRMER BENNETT HUNTER Three Hundred Sixty-three ALPHA OF MICHIGAN Established in 1858 CHARLES A. HOWELL FRATER IN FACULTATE MORTIMER E. COOLEY FRATRES IN URBE JAMES V. WILLCOX EGMONT G. HILDNER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1922 DsWiTT C. MILLEN R. F. BARIE, JR. G. HUSTON S. A. FRASER W. G. GILBERT B. C. ROBBINS 1923 J. E. DlNWIDDIE R. C. LEONARD J. E. MACK J. A. BOWEN J. A. BILLINGS 1924 H. EARLE C. J. VERKERKE R. SCRIBNER J. MACMILLAN R. Fox J. GRYLLS 1925 J. MILLER E. GRAVES G. RICE J. CLARK J. GRYLLS BILLINGS BOWEN MACK EARLE ROBBINS G. GRYLLS GILBERT FRASER BARIE SCRIBNER MACMILLAN RICE MILLER VERKERKE CLARK HUSTON DINWIDDIE Fox GRAVES Three Hundred Sixty-four XI CHAPTER Established in 1858 HERBERT L. CROSS, ' oo FRATRES IN FACULTATE FREDERICK A. BRADFORD, ' 2 I PHILLIP C. BVRSLEY, ' 02 DorcLAS BEMENT JESSE ALLEN BUMPVS FRATRES IN INIYERSITATE WILLIAM V. HIXSHAW, JR. EZRA V. LOCK WOOD THOMAS D. HIXSHAW PERRIX H. LONG EARL R. STEPHENS CHARLES C. TERRY JOHX H. BRITTOX JOHN C. FROST CLARK R. WARREX DANIEL P. KEARNEY RICHARD H. LEONARD 1922 JOHX V. PAGE H. WIBERT SPEXCE, Ji THORXTON VV. SARGENT, JR. STUART STAXDISH LOTHROP P. BCLL VE DELL P. MOORE 1925 R. FRANK MACFADDEX FRANCIS L. SMITH ROBERT A. PHILLIPS IRWIX C. UTERTTZ R. AXDREW BROWN RAYMOND CASSIDY TALBOTT BARNARD IRWIX F. DEISTER 1924 CHARLES C. CHAPPLE, JR. CHARLES C. MERRILL TOM S. EDWARDS ROBERT J. POTTER 1925 LEOXARD L. GOODMAN LYMAN C. SAVAGE A. VAVCHX HERRICK HERBERT STEGER EDWIX F. RITCHIE WILLIAM T. WHITE WILSOX WARDELL RITCHIE CHAPPLE POTTER WHITE EDWARDS MERRILL BROWN CASSIDY MOORE SMITH MACFADDEN STEPHENS BULL UTERITZ PHILLIPS HIXSHAW HIXSHAW BrMPUs FROST STANDISH LEONARD SPEXCE PAGE BRITTOX WARREN SARGEXT KEARNEY HERRICK GOODMAN BARNARD DEISTER SAVAGE STEGER WARDELL Three Hundred Sixty-fee PHI CHAPTER Established in 1865 FRATRES IX FACULTATE GEORGE W. PATTERSON, JR., A.M., B.S., Beta ' 84 GEORGE G. BROWN, B.S.. Delta ' 17 FRANCIS W. KELSEY, PH.D., Upsilon ' 80 JAMES H. HANFORD, PH.D., Upsilon, ' 04 HENRY FOSTER ADAMS, PH.D., Xi ' 05 FRATRES IN URBE JOHN R. IVES, ' 20 FREDERICK R. WALDRON, ' 97 CHRISTIAN N. MACK, ' 16 NATHAN S. POTTER, ' 08 DANIEL F. TIMMERMAN, ' 01 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE FRANK I. CORNWALL, ' 9 CHARLES W. GRAHAM, ' F. WARD CULVER CECIL B. HERT CARLETON FINKBEINER D. MASON BARR JOHN G. BOLTON FRANK D. COTTER ROBERT E. ADAMS, JR. RALPH H. BACKUS SMITH BOLTON TOM CRABBE RICHARD KHUEN III FREDERICK LATTNER CHARLES IRWIN SIDNEY MOELLER THOMAS I. UNDERWOOD JOHN MCCALMONT 1922 EDGAR D. FRINTERMAN GEORGE REINDEL, JR. JOHN C. LANE BOWEN E. SCHUMACHER GUY R. MOULTHROP ROBERT F. SMART HARRY R. PARSONS WILLIAM C. COLBURN JOE W. CRABBE FRANKLIN J. DICKMAN WlLLOUGHBY S. CHESLEY 1923 PAUL H. DUNAKIN WILLIAM E. HETTRICK, JR 1924 WILLIAM C. MARSTON JOSEPH W. SHAW EDWARD D. McCALLUM HUGH T. SMITH HAROLD J. NUTTING 1925 CHARLES M. NORRIS R. LEO OWEN CEILAN RORICK JAMES SPENCE BEN H. WILSON FRANCIS F. WEBBER JAMES B. WITKER FREDERICK L. WORCESTER JOHN D. MULHERON GUY G. WEDTHOFF EDWARD E. WEADOCK PROSSER M. WATTS DOUGLAS D. LOREE ROBERT D. MOREY HENRY B. PARFET FREDERICK B. PETERS RICHARD L. UNDERWOOD ROBERT E. RICHEY McCALLUM T. CRABBE NU TTING S. BOLTON SHAW WATTS MARSTON SMITH FLINTERMAN MULHERON HETTRICK BACKUS J. CRABBE DUNAKIN ADAMS COLBURN REINDEL MOULTHROP WORCESTER PARSONS BARR LANE J. BOLTON COTTER WITKER SMART PETERS DICKMAN RICHEY LOREE L ' NDERWOOD NORRIS PARFET OWEN Three Hundred Sixty-six iiE LAMBDA CHAPTER Established in 1845 Re-established in 1867 EARL W. Dow, A.B.. ' 91 FRANK E. ROBBINS. PH.D., M.E., ' 06 Juxius E. BEAL, ' 82 J. J. GOODYEAR, ' 84 FREDERICK H. LAVDER ROLAND E. DRAKE, JR. THOMAS F. MORAX LEWIS OSWALD EDWARD J. ELLIOTT RALPH R. BRUCH LAWRENCE W. SNELL, JR. ROBERT V. RICE JOHN D. MILLIS JAMES A. RICE WILLIAM V. KERR, JR. ELWYX G. HARRYMAX FRATRES IN FACULTATE WILLIAM W. WAIT. PH.D.. ' 79 ALLAN S. WHITNEY. A.B., ' 85 KENNETH C. McMuRRAY, A.B. FRATRES IN URBE DWICHT H. RAM SDELL. ' 86 ELMER E. BEAL. ' 04 EDWIN R. PARKER, ' 96 LEONARD H. BARRETT. ' 89 WELLINGTON A. TINKER, ' 89 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE WARD H. HARRYMAX CHARLES L. MCCALLUM JACK CARRICAX WILLIAM HITCHCOCK MAXWELL F. BADGLEY VICTOR TOMLIXSOX LEWELLYX LLOYD CHARLES E. CURTIS W. RAY CAMERON THOMAS H. SPAIX LAURENCE S. HOUK IVAN F. GRAHAM STANLEY S. KRESGE DONALD ALLEN WILLIAM H. SWARTZ CHARLES M BURR L. ROBBINS FREDERIC T. MOORE, JR WILLIAM V. PENOYER JOHN M. BENNETT CHARLES R. KOENITZER A. FREDERIC STOXEMAX 1922 W. CYRUS RICE, III WEST H. GALLOCLY 1923 IRGIL S. REITER JOSEPH R. STADFIELD . GREENWAY, JR. 1924 ILLIAM K. GALBRAITH RAYMOND J. ROTH JOHN YYN 1925 JOHX L. Gow EDWARD N. HARTWICK JAMES H. WILLIAMSOX EDWARD YOST G. WALTER FISKE, JR. WILLARD H. GRAHAM CARL X. SWAYZE KEXXETH R. KERR ROBERT G. CLOSE JAMES H. BERNARD I 1 f. I J 1 ' " " - I I -t v i . J. RICE PEXOYAR GALBRAITH K. KERR ROTH YYX MOORE B. ROBBINS MILLIS SWAYZE STADFIELD REITER FISKE SNELL R. RICE W. GRAHAM SWARTZ GREEXWAY ALLEN DRAKE BRUCH YOST GALLOGLY W. RICE I. GRAHAM ELLIOTT KRESCE . KERR BERNARD HARTWICK CLARKSOX STONEMAN BENNETT HARRYMAN KOENITZER Three Hundred Sixty-seren Kappa 9s? MICHIGAN " ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1875 FRATRES IX FACULTATE JOHN ROBERT EFFINGER. Pn.D. EDWARD HENRY KRAUS, Pn.D. CHRISTOPHER GREGG PARNALL, A.B., M.D. CLAIRE FROST LYMAN, A.B. JESSE ROWE, PH.D. DETLEV W. BRONK, Pn.D. BRUCE B. VAN DUSEN JOHN G. HILL ARNOLD A. PIATT MILO E. OLIPHANT WILLIAM R. PROSSER ALBERT R. PYOTT FRATRES IN URBE WILLIAM FRANK VERNER PAUL RUEBEX KEMPF 1922 ROBERT J. DUNNE HUGH E. WILSON WILLIAM P. CAMPBELL ROBERT C. VAIL HOWARD H. RICH ORMOND S. WESSELS 1923 CHARLES A. HUMMER EDWARD S. REID 1924 JAMES H. PRENTISS, JR. Gus C. HILL ARTHUR J. HOLDEN HARRY J. WALKER MARVIN K. BERRY EDWARD PARNALL 1925 EUGENE L. DUNNE JOHN G. PLAIN BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL CYRENUS G. DARLING LELAND W. KIRKPATRICK E. CORNELL WALBRIDGE ROBERT J. HUMMER PLAIN E. DUNNE PARNALL PROSSER SANDERS BERRY STANCE R. HUMMER OLIPHANT HILL HOLDEN WALBRIDGE PRENTISS FIELD BONSON KIRKPATRICK C. HUMMER PIATT RICH SMITH PAISLEY REID WALKER WESSELS HILL CAMPBELL DARLING R. DUNNE VAIL WILSON LUTHER VANDUSEN CAMPBELL Three Hundred Sixty-eight L clta LJpsilorv MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established in 1876 FRATRES IX FACULTATE ARTHUR LYON CROSS, PH. D., Harvard HARRISON MCALLISTER RANDALL, PH. D.FRANCIS BULKLEY VEDDER, A.M., D.D.S. JOSEPH HORACE DRAKE, PH.D., LL.B.JACOB ELLSWORTH REIGHARD, PH.D. VV. FREEMAN GALPIN, PH.D., Northwest. WALTER BURTON FORD, A.M. CLARENCE L. MEADER, PH.D. ALBERT E. GREENE, PH.D., C.E. HENRY WEED NICHOLS ARTHUR WILLIAM STALKER, A.B., D.D. ROBERT L. DRAKE, Phi Delta Phi GEORGE F. GREEN, Phi Rho Sigma L. GRANT BALDWIN, JR., Phi Rho Sigma H. WILSON SMITH WILFRED BYRON SHAW, PH.D. ALBERT B. PECK, A.M., Syracuse PHILLIP HADLEY, PH.D., M.D., Brown WRAY H. CONGDON, A.M., Syracuse FRATRES IN URBE HARRY M. HAWLEY, A.B. MERRITT M. HAWKSHURST, M.D. GEORGE H. BROWN FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE EDWIN S. LAUER JOSEPH H. DRAKE, JR., A.B., B.S. ROBERT E. ALBERTSON RALPH ALLEN HORACE GREELEY PRETTUAN, A.B. EDWIN J. HUNTINGTON, C.E. MICHAEL BOWERMAN, JR. JOHN M. DODSON ROBERT SEYMOUR HERBERT M. WALLACE 1922 FREDERICK WALKEM GEORGE BISHOP RICHARD B. SCHEURMAN ALEXANDER Y. MALCOMSON.JR. GAYARD F. LAFER CHARLES W. MCLLVEN LLOYD JOHNSON FRAZEUR S. SLATER J. STANLEY SCHOFF 1923 ROBERT D. GIBSON CLAYTON B. SEAGEARS WILLIAM OTTOWAY LINCOLN J. CARTER, JR. S. MUNGER FINN HARRY R. CHAPMAN JOHN Ross RIFORD EDWARD C. McCoBB MARK E. CROXTON 1924 DAVID E. MCLLVEN CHARLES E. SHEARER JAMES E. BERESFORD FREDERICK NOVY FREDERIC W. WARNER LAUREN B. STOKESBERRY 1925 J. QUINTIN WADDELL ROBERT SIEWERT HARRY McCoBB FRANK MC ' EY ALEX. GOETZ LEE FELLOWS FREDERICK MONIHAN DONALD McCABE HALL DEWESSE WILLIAM W. CLORE CLAUDE PAYNE DAVID SUTTER LAURENCE M. CLARK PAYNE STOKESBERRY SHEARER NOVY CLORE D. MCLLVEN BERESFORD CROXTON E. McCoBB WARNER ALBERTSON CARTER CHAPMAN SEAGEARS GIBSON FINN OTTAWAY BOWERMAN SCHOFF JOHNSON SCHEURMAN C. MCLLVEN WALKEM SLATER LAFER SUTTER WADDELL H. McCoBB MONIHAN GOETZ MC " EY SIEWERT DEWEESE Three Hundred Sixty-nine u THETA THETA CHAPTER Established in 1877 FRED M. TAYLOR LEWIS A. STONEMAN DURAND W. SPRINGER GEORGE MURPHY, 22L WAYNE K. DAVIDSON CARL C. HUBACH CHARLES V. BERRY HARRY J. BYRNE JOHN P. BERNARD N. MELVILLE FORSYTHE ARTHUR F. CLOUD GILBERT T. JEROME FRATRES IN FACULTATE FIELDING H. YOST HENRY C. ANDERSON LEWIS M. GRAM DARRELL H. DAVIS FRATRES IN URBE J. GRIFFITH HAYS ALBERT H. STONEMAN CARL M. SMITH T. RARIDON PIERSOL FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CURT P. SCHNEIDER, 24M WALKER H. MILLS, 22L PAUL M. MOORE, 22M 1922 NAVARRE P. MARENTAY CHARLES E. HOFFER CARL EBERBACH ALFRED C. HIRTH, 24.L ROBERT S. PEARE EDWIN P. REILLY KIRK S. WHITE 1923 RICHARD W. LAMBRECHT J. PHILIP BREWER EDWARD F. LAMBRECHT HERBERT W. HOYT RONALD M. SCHRODER 1924 JAMES S. CLARK CHARLES S. HOVER CHARLES K. WALDEN I92S WILLIAM H. STONEMAN JOHN W. DEETRICK HARRY H. VREELAND J. PHILIP ROWE JACK E. SMITH WILLIAM J. MENKE ALLAN B. SUNDERLAND LEWIS H. STONEMAN ROBERT M. WINSLOW ROBERT B. MITCHELL GEORGE E. TOWNLEY J. ROBERT UPJOHN DAVID H. WILLS WILLS W. STONEMAN ROWE FRAZER CLOUD HOYT HOVER TOWNLEY SMITH BREWER L. STONEMAN REILLY WHITE BERRY R. LAMBRECHT HIRTH SUNDERLAND DAVIDSON MENKE HUBACH Three Hundred Seventy DELTA CHAPTER Established in 1874 FRATRES IN FACULTATE FLOYD E. BARTELL, PH.D. ARTHUR H. BLASCHARD, C.E., A.M. HoBART H. ILLARD, PH.D. FRATRES IN URBE ROBERT MACKEXSIE, M.D. STEWART E. DOOLITTLE WARREN H. FLORER, Pa.D. RALPH H. CURTISS, PH.D. NED R. SMITH, A.M.. D.P.H. JOHN ALEXANDER. A.M., M.D LEIGH J. YOUNG, A.B., M.S.F. PAUL D. CAHOW, A.M. SEWELL H. PLATT HARRY S. SIEGEL NATHAN W. ROBERTSON HARRY A. S. CLARK EARL licKmnr, A.B. FRED W. SHAFER GEORGE P. MCCALLUM J. BARNES FRATRES IN UNTVERSITATE 1922 WALTER H. SIMMONS GEORGE F. CLIPPERT EDWARD T. USHER, JR. 1923 ENDELL F. HANSELMAN ROSCOE T. SPANNAGEL RALPH S. HUDSON FRANCIS P. PLATE CALVERT BOYD F. P. ARTHUR, D.D. RICHARD D. CUTTING EARL D. MCBRIDE FRANK H. MARTIN ROBERT H. WARE RUSSELL S. WEEKS SAMUEL L. BAUER FREDERIC I. ROWE EDWARD L. BOWMAN- JACK H. PAGE ROBERT O. YOUNG HAZEN J. HATCH 1924 FREDERICK P. BOWES HERBERT W. FLORER ARTHUR O. GRAVES 1925 E. GIFFORD UPJOHN LEWIS M. WETZEL WILLIAM B. ETHERIDGE FRANKLIN- EDGAR D. JONES, JR. JOHN C. NLACGREGOR EDWARD J. HIGCINS HEPBURN- HARRY D. HOEY RALPH H. FXCELL THOMAS E. CASADY, JR. THOMAS D. YUTZY WILLARD H. WEBB HEPBURN MACGREGOR YUTZY ROWE JONES WEBB BAUER UPJOHN CASADY WARE FLORER HOEY GRAVES WEEKS WETZEL YOUNG EXCELL MCBRIDE BOYD MARTIN BOWES HUDSON SPANNAGEL ROBERTSON CUTTING CLIPPERT SIEGEL SIMMONS HANSELMAN PLATE Three Hundred Serenty-one 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. FRATRES IX FACULTATE CHARLES W. EDMUNDS, A.B., M.D. ERMINE W. CASE, PH.D. GUY M. WHIPPLE, Pn.D. EDWARD C. DAVIDSON FRANK HOLMES FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1922 WILLIAM MICHAELS JOSEPH GEBHART WALTER STEPHENSON THEODORE CASE ELMORE PETTYJOHN JACK P. BECKTON FRANCIS DEWEY WILLIS R. LEENHOUTS W. GRAYDON MILLER DOUGLAS ROBY FRANK CORBY 1923 NORMAN DAMON JAMES E. JOHNS WALTER MENDENHALL PAY M. OLDS WALTER H. VELDE BRADFORD APTED HEBER CURTIS LEONARD H. MAGRATH ELDON MICHAELS 1924 CHARLES HULSWIT PAUL H. BLUM HARRY G. KIPKE WILLIAM L. DUNN RUSSELL THORNQUIST 1925 HARRY HALL NAPIER ALDRICH CARL BIRD PALMER SEELEY HAROLD MARTIN R. HARDY MAGRATH DONALD STEKETEE JUSTINE COMPTON GEORGE WHITWORTH APTED DUNN CURTIS BLUM STEKETEE H. MAGRATH KIPKE HULSWIT THORNQUIST DAMON OLDS LEENHOUTS BECKTON VELDE JOHNS MILLER ROBY PILCHER DEWEY GEBHART W. MICHAELS PETERSON MENDENHALL HENRY HOLMES STEPHENSON CORBY DAVIDSON PETTYJOHN COMPTON BIRD WHITWORTH HALL L. MAGARTH MARTIN E. MICHAELS SEELEY Three Hundred Seventy-two MICHIGAN IOTA- BETA CHAPTER Established in 1888 igmayllpha Epsilon FRATRES IN FACULTATE ROY W. ELLIOTT, B.S. SCOTT C. RUXXELS. M.D. CHARLES T. OLMSTEAD, B.S. ARTHUR D. MOORE, B.S., E.E. CARROLL H. MAY. PH.D. OTTO H. HAXS DEWEY F. FAGERBURG F. MAYXARD REED JAMES G. FREY DEAX D. ATKIXSOX TALBERT A. BOWERS WELDOX T. HAMES W. LELAXD AXDERSOX DAVID M. BRAMBLE FRATRES IN URBE PAUL M. IRELAXD JAMES W. HALFHILL FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JAMES BOWERS EUGEXE " ERNOU JOHX C. COWIXG CARLOS A. SPIESS ROXALD P. SELWAY 1922 MELVIX D. MOERSH HAROLD J. LAUVER ERXEST K. ARMSTROXG MARVEL D. HICKS G. RICHARD SWEET SHELDOX M. BROWX NEAL P. REXEHAX WILLIAM A. WEEKES 1923 1924 FREDERICK H. BEXXETT EDWARD T. SEYMOUR BEN M. BUTLER CHARLES T. KURTZ CHARLES J. MOXROE 1925 RICHARD C. HAMMET FREDERICK G. BETTS ROBERT M. KURTZ JEXXESS J. DAXCER JOSEPH B. MADDEX WILLIAM K. NIEMAX EUGEXE B. POTTER AAROX H. WEBSTER ROBERT C. WHITLOCK LYLE C. STAIXFIELD FRAXK STILES, JR. CASS S. HOUGH JOHX D. LOCKTOX BETTS KURTZ HAMMET LOCKTOX BRAMBLE HOUGH MADDEX DAXCER WEEKES STILES BUTLER BOWERS MOXROE REXEHAX AXDERSOX C. KURTZ WILSOX WHITLOCK SWEET BROWX HAMES STAIXFIELD BEXXETT LAUVER FREY REED MOERSH ARMSTROXG WEBSTER HICKS Three Hundred Serenty-three -IHeta TJelta FRATER IN FACULTATE KEMP KEENA ROBERT FROST REGINALD J. JEAVANS, B.A. W. H. BUTLER, B.A. FRATRES IN URBE r GAMMA DEUTERON CHARGE Established in 1889 EDWARD D. WARNER, LL.B. HARRY McCbUE HARRY D. POTTER, A.B. EUGENE R. ELZINGA FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE HUDSON FLEISCHAUER LAURENCE H. Row WADE W. STONE ALBERT S. CLARKSON HOWARD HEFFRON CLARK N. BOOTHBY BENJAMIN E. GROVES CHARLES N. KINDEL WARREN O. CLARKE FRANK LOSCH ROBERT E. WASSON JOHN P. HOLDEN NORMAN R. HANSON FRANK H. McPiKE 1922 GEORGE C. GREGORY HAROLD T. HALL DONALD 1923 LELAND T. ATWOOD CLARENCE D. ROBERT W. HASTINGS GORDON E. WHITBECK JOHN D. HERRMANN REYNALD L. WOOD MARION B. STAHL HOWARD DONAHUE LEWIS D. FAVORITE 1924 THOMAS G. KINDEL DONALD W. CRAINE TYLER R. STEVENS C. ARTHUR CAMPBELL ELMER G. WELLIN JOHN H. MORSE, JR. WILLIAM REBEC IRA DENMAN MAURICE E. HUNT LESLIE E. CHAPPELL PAIGE E. LEHMAN 1925 FRANK I. ROBERTS BYRON MACCAMPBELL FRANCIS C. WARD JACKSON M. KEEFF.R REBEC DONAHUE T. KINDEL WELLIN FAVORITE C. CAMPBELL STEVENS MORSE CRAINE CLARKE McPiKE DE PUY WOOD HERRMANN C. KINDEL HANSON ATWOOD VANHORN LOSCH HASTINGS GREGORY HALL STAHL WASSON BOOTHBY HOLDEN WHITBECK WARD HUNT B. MACCAMPBELL DENMAN KEEFER LEHMAN CHAPPELL ROBERTS Three Hundred Seventy-four MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established in 1892 " Delta CKi FRATER IX FACULTATE EARL S. WOLAVER, A.B., LL.B. FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE EDWARD C. P. DAVIS, A.B., ' 20 KENNETH B. MOXTIGEL, ' 21 BENJAMIN W. WINTER HARDV HOOVER VINCENT F. MACKEL HARLOW H. AKERS HAWLEY S. SIMPSON- ROBERT M. BOYD 1922 WILFRID R. LAURIE, ' 21 CHARLES J. SMITH, ' 21 DOUGLAS F. PARK ROBERT L. XEALE 1923 MARTIX A. KLAVER LLOYD E. MUSTARD RICHARD A. GREGORY GEORGE A. ABBOTT 1924 HUCHSTON M. McBAiN ARTHUR E. SPEXCER, JR. DONALD M. SWAN- LLOYD E. EISELE HERBERT W. JAMISON WILLIAM W. SMITH HUGH B. McKAY 1925 JOHX H. WlTHERSPOOX BRUCE R. GREGORY EDMUND M. XELSON ALLEN L. WELCH FREDERICK A. HORN- CHARLES D. MALLOCH HUGH T. CAVANAUGH GUY M. XEARING JOSEPH B. PATTIXSON McCoNNELL JAMISON McK. Y EPHLIX WITHERSPOON B.GREGORY XELSOX TARRANT PATTINSOX HARRISON EISELE SWAX HORN MALLOCH McBAix CAVANAUGH SPENCER W. SMITH MUSTARD ABBOTT BOYD HOOVER XEALE KLAVER R. GREGORY MACKEL C. SMITH SIMPSON DAVIS MONTIGEL AKERS WINTER LAURIE ELCH PARKS Three Hundred Seventy-foe MX ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER Established in 1892 FRATRES IN FACULTATE FRANK HOWARD STEVENS, B.S. FERDINAND N. MENEFEE, B.S. ELTON E. WEIMAN ARTHUR EVANS WOOD, PH.D. W. FREDERICK PETERSON, A.M. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JOSEPH PALMA, Nu Sigma Nu HAROLD R. ROEHM, Phi Rho Sigma LAWERANCE BASSETT SCHNEIDER, Phi Rho Sigma PAUL W. GORDON, Phi Alpha Delta WERNER WILLIAM DUEMLING, Nu Sigma Nu FRANKLIN B. HETTINGER, Phi Alpha Delta RICHARD CHURCHILL TRAVIS, Phi Beta Pi WILLIAM E. MATHEWS, Phi Rho Sigma LOREN EDWARD SULLIVAN, Phi Alpha Delta C. MAURICE ATKINSON DOUGLAS R. DEWEY MAYNARD A. NEWTON JOHN R. MERANDA REAMUR C. STEARNS ALLEN H. MILLS 1922 BRADFORD C. COLCORD HAROLD L. VOTEY 1923 PAUL D. HAMMOND HOWARD M. WOLF GEORGE E. ROGERS BERT E. UEBELE ALONZO C. ALLEN LAWRENCE E. DOOGE CLARK L. CHASE SEWARD R. WILLIAMS ARTHUR H. GAINES SIDNEY H. MORGAN JAMES H. WARD, JR. 1924 RAYMOND A. ARNDT EDWIN M. EVERHAM JAMES J. TRUDELL GEORGE K. ZIMMERMAN RICHARD L. LAURENCE 1925 JAMES J. COLLISON PAUL W. MYERS HENRY H. HUBBARD ARTHUR ROBINSON BELDING THORPE ROBERT V. HALSEY ARNDT EVERHAM WARD HUBBARD DOOGE ROBINSON GAINES HALSEY MORGAN WOLF MILLS UEBELE STEARNES TRUDELL ALLEN ROGERS COLCORD VOTEY MENEFEE NEWTON MERANDA ATKINSON HAMMOND CHASE THORPE COLLISON ZIMMERMAN LAURENCE MYERS WILLIAMS Three Hundred Seventy-six iiE JCs GAMMA XU CHAPTER Established in 1902 W. CARL RUFUS, PH.D. LOWELL J. CARR. A.B. FRATRES IN FACULTATE RVSSELL R. PURXELL, A.B. SHORET S. PETERSON. A.B. FRATRES IN URBE RUSSELL T. DOBSOX JOHN F. Duxx FRATRES IN UXIVERSITATE HARRY C. WILSOX, Phi Delta Phi JOHX J. ZIMMERMAX, Alpha Rho Chi H. . RIGGS, Phi Beta Pi WILLIAM BALES, Delta Theta Phi C. DOL-GLAS SARGEXT, Phi Beta Pi C. J. KOESTER JAMES E. SPIER, Delta Theta Phi HAROLD V. SLABAUGH MILO BOSTWICK, Psi Omega ALLAX W. LOHR ROGERS F. WAKEFIELD, Phi Beta Pi TED J. FIXCER 1922 FRAXCIS M. SMITH HAROLD HAWKS ALLEX D. BYERS SCHUYLER B. SMITH JOHX H. EVAXS 1923 GEORGE R. LYXX, III CHARLES E. PROCTOR HEXRY G. HAMMER LLOYD S. NASH ROBERT T. KSODE BERXARD KIRK ROBERT B. PATOX ALFRED H. RAXDALL ATTS F. LlXDERMAX THOMAS B. LALLY HARRIS D. McKixxEY JAMES W. HUME JOHX C. CLARKE HEXRY W. BAKER JOHX G. LAMOREE GEORGE S. WATKIXS E. NEISCH THOMAS C. TRACY CARL L. DAVIS JOHX J. MALOXEY 1924 WILLIAM H. MERXER ERWIX E. MEYER 1925 DAVID S. JUDSOX JOHX KIRSCH EGBERT ISBELL DOXALD BALSON WILBUR R. WIXEGA LORX A. GREEK E. G. RICHARDSOX W. C. HASCALL RL-FUS A. BAILEY RUSSELL S. PERSIXG ARTHUR E. STONE FRANK L. TEXNENT ANDREW P. WYKKEL GEORGE V. COSOVER JAMES W. MARTIN- LESTER G. WITTMAX KIRSCH JUDSOX MARTIN DAVIS LAMOREE TYLER MERNER MEYERS NEISCH LALLY KIRK TRACY CLARKE BAKER KNODE HUME TENNENT McKiNNEY NASH HAMMER PROCTOR PATOX WYKKEL EVANS HAWKS BYERS RAXDALL PERSIXG SMITH BAILEY LIXDERMAX Three Hundred Sfcenty-seze Phi Gamma Delia HENRY EARLE RIGGS, A.B., C.E. HERBERT CHARLES SADLER, A.B., C.E. ALEXANDER ZIWET, C.E. EDSON READ SUNDERLAND, A.M., LL.B FRANCIS L. D. GOODRICH, A.B., B.L.S. JOSEPH RALSTON HAYDEN, M.A. CALVIN RAYBURN, B.S. STUART EAGLESON, A.B. GEORGE O. BROPHY, Phi Delta Phi SAMUEL RIGGS, Phi Alpha Delta J. JOHN S. THOMAS GERALD P. OVERTON JOSEPH A. RIGGS J. STANLEY CARTER GEORGE F. PERRIN JOHN G. WHITE FREDERICK E. GILNER W. HOMER HATTENDORF JOHN P. COMSTOCK, JR. CHARLES B. EMERY GEORGE S. MARTIN HARRY WILLARD MILLER, M.E. FRATRES IN URBE OTIS GREEN, A.B. LOUIS FORSYTHE, A.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE WILLIS BLAKESLEE JAMES B. BRILL CARL MARTINDALE, Phi Alpha Delta 1922 WALTER B. REA WILLIAM LEWIS J. MERRILL STEDMAN 1923 ROBERT O. MARTIN H. WILLIS HEIDBREDER JAMES J. JOHNSON 1924 FORREST I. YEAKEY F. HOWARD SERVATIUS JOHN P. ANDERSON 1925 CHARLES D. LIVINGSTONE EDMOND MADDEN MARMADUKE H. CHRISTIE KENNETH C. PATTERSON TALMON A. DAVENPORT EARL F. GOWEN ALPHA PHI CHAPTER Established in 1885 Re-Established in 1902 JOHN CASTLEREIGH PARKER, A.M. SHIRLEY WHEELER SMITH, A.M. MORRIS PALMER TILLEY, Pn.D. ALFRED S. WARTHIN, PH.D., M.D. JAMES BARKLEY POLLOCK, Sc.D. CHARLES FERDINAND MEYER, Pn.D. CHARLES N. BARNUM HENRY S. BOOTH DAVID H. DECKER JEROME G. THOMAS NELSON JOYNER, JR. FREDERICK H. COSSITT RICHARD H. S. KRAUSE JAMES L. COSSITT WALTER K. SCHERER JOHN S. PERRIN, A.B. WYLIE E. GROVES, B.S. JAMES A. ROLLS, Phi Rho Sigma J. DONALD CRUISE BENJAMIN G. GOWER ADOLPH K. KRAUSE RICHARD H. ROWLAND CLEMENT A. SMITH DONALD S. SCOTT FREDERICK H. BALDWIN EDGAR H. AILES WILLIAM D. ROESSER G. MARTIN MADDEN GOWEN PATTERSON EMERY ROESSER LIVINGSTONE DAVENPORT AILES SCOTT ANDERSON HATTENDORF GILNER SERVATIUS COMSTOCK YEAKEY CHRISTIE BALDWIN JOHNSON PERRIN HEIDBREDER R. MARTIN CADWELL ROWLAND R. KRAUSE J.G.THOMAS COSSITT CARTER S. RIGGS J. RIGGS DECKER BARNUM LEWIS JOYNER WHITE A. KRAUSE MARTINDALE OVERTON CRUISE J. S. THOMAS BRILL BLAKESLEE REA STEDMAN Three Hundred Seventy-eight EPSILOX CHAPTER Established in 1902 i Mu AlpKa OTTO J. STAHL EARL V. MOORE R. A. CAMPBELL CHARLES A. SIHK FRATRES IN SAMUEL P. LOCKWOOD WALTER F. COLBY ANTHONY WHITMIRE GEORGE O. BOWEN FACULTATE PETER OKELBERG FRANCIS W. KELSEY WILLIAM WHEELER H. RUSSEL EVANS FRATRES IN URBE ROBERT R. DIETERLE LAWRENCE N. RUTZ GEORGE H. HEIDEMAX NELSON VANCE RUSSELL GEORGE N. EARLE EARL B. RITCHIE HOWARD C. WALSER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ALBERT L. LOCKWOOD LEVI D. WINES ALBERT A. STANLEY EDWARD C. APPLE LLOYD KEMP CARL H. STURMER GORDON F. GODLEY 1922 GRANT A. SMITH JAMES W. GLOVER DONALD H. REED D. BYRON AYRES LIONEL F. ASHBOLT WILLIAM B. WINES HAROLD W. SCOTT LOREX S. GANNON- OLIVER B. McGlLLICUDDY ROBERT MOORE. JR. JOHN MITCHELL ELDRED H. SCOTT LYLE B. TORREY GEORGE L. STONE W. HAROLD LIGHTBODY WILLIAM P. FOSTER 1923 THOMAS E. DEWEY MALCOLM G. BOURNE JAMES KENT TORREY SETH R. BIDWELL 1924 GEORGE W. TROOST V ICTOR ABBS EDGAR M. REITZ C. LEE MILLS JAMES M. LIGHTBODY HAROLD L. PACKER EARLE R. WILSON- JAMES A. DRYER GEORGE CLANCY 1925 HAROLD C. TORREY KARL P. HEIDEMAN REITZ DRYER TROOST H. TORREY J. LIGHTBODY H. LIGHTBODY E. SCOTT CLANCY MOORE K. HEIDEMAN BIDWELL WILSON MC LLICUDDY PACKER BOURNE FOSTER MILLS DEWEY MITCHELL J. TORREY G. HEIDEMAN APPLE DIETERLE STONE RUTZ L. TORREY ABBS WINES SMITH H. SCOTT STURMER RUSSELL GODLEY WALSER ASHBOLT GLOVER EVANS Three Hundred Seventy-nine Alpha Tcm Otnetfa r o FRATRES IN FACULTATE U. B. PHILLIPS, A.B., A.M., PH.D. J. H. CANNON, B. S. W. R. HUMPHREYS, A.M. E. R. CHAMBERLAIN, B.S. BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER Established in 1888 Re-established in 1904 C. N. FESSENDEN, M.E. H. W. EMERSON, B.S., M.D. DERRELL PRATT WALTER HOTCHKISS FRATRES IN URBE CARL A. SORLING, Phi Delta Phi R. E. COOPER, Nu Sigma Nu FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE FRED C. HENDERSON GEORGE W. LIPSCOMB DONALD A. FILDEW WILLIAM J. HOWARD GEORGE W. OLDT CHARLES E. RANKIN GEORGE Z. HOFFMAN FABIAN R. TANDLER FRED HOPKINS H. B. FENECH 1922 M. L. DEVRIES, Phi Delta Phi K. M. McGoLL P. STUART XERTNEY GERALD K. O ' BRIEN THOMAS C. TRUSS STUART E. ULLMAN PHILLIPS P. ELLIOTT 1923 W. ARCHIBALD TURNBULL WILLIAM McGREGOR CARL E. ENGGAS E. PERRY LARSON LESTER A. HORNING J. SIMS LAMAR 1924 FREDERICK E. LEWELLYN CAMERON K. MAcNKIL DONALD M. DIXON WILLIAM G. HARRISON 1925 GEORGE B. ADAMS JOHN V. RICHARDS DONALD W. HEDRICK GEORGE F. EDWARDS J. S. SHACKELFORD BARTON J. MOTHERSILL E. K. ELLIS HOWARD J. LIVERANCE HAROLD J. LEYDA JOHN C. CANFIELD ENGGAS McGREGOR HOFFMAN McNEiL LEYDA OLDT LEWELLYN RANKIN ELLIS ELLIOTT LARSON TURNBULL HORNING FENECH McCoLL HOWARD LIVERANCE LAMAR COOPER FILDEW ULLMAN NERTNEY SHACKELFORD TRUSS MOTHERSILL O ' BRIEN DEVRIES LIPSCOMB EDWARDS ADAMS CANFIELD HEDRICK RICHARDS HARRISON HOPKINS DIXON TANDLER Three Hundred Eighty MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established in 1904 MARION L. BURTON, PH.D.. LL.D. MORTIMER E. COOLEV. Exc.D., LL.D. NELVILLE S. HOFF. D.D.S. FREDERICK G. Now. M.D., Sc.D. ARTHUR G. HALL, PH.D. CLARENCE T. JOHNSTON. C.E. FRATRES IN FACULTATE 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. JUNIUS E. BEAL WILLIAM C. HOLLANDS FRATRES IN URBE ROBERT GRANVILLE ROBERTA. CAMPBELL JOHN LlNDENSCHMITT CHARLES A. SlNK FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE GLENN C. FORRESTER, A.B. GEORGE M. VAIL, A.B. ARCH WALLS. A.B. JESSE H. ALTENBURG THOMAS F. CARSON ROBERT A. ANDERSON HOWARD G. CHAMBERLIN HOWARD I. SHAW RAY C. COUTTS WILLIAM D. CONS LINCOLN D. JONES ARTHUR E. COATES WILLIAM H. HARVIE 1922 L. ARMSTRONG KERN- JOHN G. VlNKEMULDER 1923 ARTHUR W. GREENFIELD VICTOR H. METHOD BEN W . W EIR WlLMER E. LEON E. OSMER W ILLIAM C. CRAWFORTH CHARLES E. WILSON W EBSTER 1924 CARL G. EISELE JACOB W " . HOSTRUP HOWARD M. HINDES PLEDGES KARL E. KAUFMANN GEORGE P. VAN NESS KENNETH L. MAC()UEEN HOMER O. WEITZ ROBERT F. NORRIS FRED H. STEGATH FLOYD A. SERGEANT, A.B. COLIN C. McCoRMicK PIERCE H. ROBINSON- NORMAN C. ROEGNER JOSEPH M. WOODWARD WILLIAM H. STEWART JOSEPH D. WILLIAMSON WARREN P. 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CUTTING 1923 1924 JAMES X. SAVAGE ARTHUR D. STAUFFER VOLNEY C. HARMON JOHN H. HILLS PLEDGES GERALD MATHISON JOHN C. WATSON- ERNEST R. WoODMANSEE SAMUEL R. POST ROBERT M. STODDARD WILLIAM AUBREY DONALD WILSON E. R. ARMSTRONG VERNON WARNEY A. M. WHITE WILBOR KRAFT EDWIN T. FLADER CECIL O. CREAL 1925 ARTHUR HARTWELL WILLIAM F. BROWN EDWARD MURANE EDWARD SWINK WILLIAM HEARDING EDWARD XICHOI.S HEARDING XICHOLS HARTWELL WHITE KELLEY W. Osius W. BROWN WALTERS AUBREY FLADER KRAFT CREAL WILSON WORTH MTRANE T. Osius SWINK DUNN R. GRAY T. BROWN HARMON GOEBEL POST STODDARD CUTTING JESERICH Fox WOODMANSEE SAVAGE STAUFFER WATSON KALMBACH HILLS D. GRAY Three Hundred Eighty-eight ETA CHAPTER Established in 1916 Sigma ' Delia FRATRES IN UNIYERSITATE HARRY E. AUGUST, B.S. ROGER S. BLOCH, A.B. WILLIAM KRUGER ALEX MILLER ABRAHAM H. BARON- WILL Z. GOODSITE 1922 ABE H. BRODKEY ALBERT L. FEDERMAX S. LAWRENCE LEWAXDORF GEORGE C. RUBEXSOX I. ALLEX GOLDSTEIX HAROLD FRIEDMAX ADOLPH KLEIN 1923 CHARLES H. 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HILLERY RICHARD E. HEIDEMAN CHARLES E. SHEPHERD D. CHESTER MALTBY FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE ARCHIE D. MACDONALD, A.B. HERMAN J. LEADER WILLIAM H. GRANSE, A. B. JAMES R. GILPIN LEWIS SAUNDERS 1922 JOHN J. ESTERHELD C. PAUL HALLER T. EDISON EUBANK HARRY C. WORKMAN HOWARD H. STEGGALL ROBERT M. MERSEREAU JOSEPH T. WOOLFENDEN DARCY B. WILKINSON LESLIE C. OBLE THEODORE P. BANK HERBERT H. TWINING 1923 PAUL A. REHMUS JAMES C. STEVENS PHILIP B. SPEAR GEORGE S. BARNES, III RAYMOND P. LEWIS 1924 PHILIP J. SCHNEIDER ROBERT W. PRESTON- LESTER W. MlLLARD MAURICE R. NORCOP LEON C. SMITH L. THOMAS RICE ARTHUR W. WALTON GEORGE X. SPEAR ROBERT L. McCuLLOUGH KENT KIDDER MANLEY STEINBAUGH 1925 MILTON D. GREEN CARL B. SCHOONMAKER EDGAR E. 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MORRIS NATHAN SCHLAFER DAVID SEDER OSCAR BROWN HEXRY FREUD LANDY GOLDBERG WITTY SEGALL RAPAPORT SEDER MARKS KAUFFMAN SCHLAFER KROHN SHARPE SCHWARTZBERG FRIEDMAN WINOGRAD GREENBERG RATTNER GREENSTONE RIPPS GORDON GLAZER BLAUNER SEAGLE GREENEBAUM BERNSTEIN ABRASH KLEE Three Hundred Ninety-one ermitagi Established in 1907 FRATRES IN FACULTATE RALPH W. AIGLER, LL.B. Louis M. GRAM, B.S. ROY W. COWDEN, A.M. HERBERT C. SADLER, Sc.D. ALEXANDER G. RUTHVEN, PH.D. FRATRES IN " UNIVERSITATE HOWARD A. NELSON HENRY D. STRICKER RUSSELL DODD EDWARD A. HULBERT SHELDON J. SAUER HERBERT M. SHAW 1922 WILLIAM L. STADLER RALPH A. STADLER FREDERICK W. HARTMANN H. HOWARD SCHLUNTZ H. MILTON BARRETT ROBERT F. KILE MELVIN C. SPERRY 1923 PAUL WATZEL LEE S. McCLENAHEN BRUCE H. BACON GUY F. KASER EDWIN ' . BRUMFIEL WILLIAM A. MCCLENAHEN JIM J. ORR FREDERICK E. MENGEL PETER J. HEPPEN NEIL K. BARBER JOHN R. SHAW BEUFORD HAHS 1924 EARL R. GENTHE ANTHONY C. TUCKER LESTER O. PALMITER 1925 RAY A. BILLINGTON FREDERICK PROCTOR JAMES O. COATES HARRY C. CLARK ALBERT F. KOEPCKE BILLINGTON J. SHAW BACON KOEPCKE BARRETT COATES TUCKER H. SHAW W. MCCLENAHAN HEPPEN MENGEL HULBERT CLARK R. STADLER BRUMFIEL PALMITER KILE ORR W. STADLER SCHLUNTZ GENTHE L. MCCLENAHAN HARTMANN SAUER WATZEL SPERRY Three Hundred A inely-two ALPHA THETA CHAPTER Established in 1920 CLIFTOX DEY CLARENCE H. DALEY PRATER IN FACLLTATE HAROLD R. VOORHEIS, A.B. FRATRES IN URBE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ROGER V. TERRY ALBERTUS J. COOK MARTIX X. BOONSTRA RALPH D. DIETERLE ARTHUR VAX DUREN, JR. PAUL A. J. BOONE HAROLD D. GOLDS GEORGE M. GOLDS KENNETH J. ALLEN RUSSELL A. SURBROOK CLAUDE M. HARRIMAS ARTHUR F. KAATZ FRAXK M. CORNWELL HEROLD C. HUNT C. ELLIOTT HOWARD VERXOX H. SAI-BLE ROBERT R. SHARP ALBERT JOHN A. PUTXAM RAY V. SMITH 1922 HOWARD D. TUBES ROBERT S. TUBES 1923 HAROLD R. SLACK HERXDOX TAYLOR DANIEL VAN WOERKOM WILLIAM A. VAIL I. PARKER 1924 JOHN B. C. ROBISON FLOYD M. TESXOW PLEDGES LLOYD A. MAEDER HAROLD V. SURBROOK HALSEY DAVIDSOX LAWREXCE H. J. DORXBOS GUY H. CHARTER WILLARD B. GASKIXS E. CLARK GIBSON ELMER E. HARTWIG JAMES A. HOUSE, JR. EDWARD C. MAEDER CARL L. GILLIES VAIL R. SURBROOK TESXOW E. MAEDER ALLEN ROBISOX PUTXAM BOOXE G. GOLDS SAUBLE SHARP GIBSOX GASKINS HOWARD SMITH SLAGH HARTWIG HOUSE AX WOERKOM HUXT CHARTER R. TUBBS BOOXSTRA DORNBOS KAATZ DIETERLE CORNWELL H. TUBES AxDuREX PARKER HARRIMAN DAVIDSON H. SURBROOK MAEDER GILLIES H. GOLDS TAYLOR Tliref Hundred infty-tkrfe ALPHA TAU CHAPTER Established in 1882 Re-established in 1921 FRATRES IN FACULTATE ALFRED HENRY LLOYD, PH.D. WILLIAM ALLEY PRAYER, A.B. E. FORREST MERRILL, M.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ANGUS G. GOETZ, Nu Sigma Nu ROGER I. MANWARING, Delta Theta Phi HOWARD C. ELDREDGE, Psi Omega MILTON J. SALLWASSER, Phi Alpha Delta NICHOLAS E. LACY, Phi Beta Pi HARRY H. HAIGHT Louis D. PAINE H. LESTER BRADLEY MILTON A. GOETZ 1922 DONALD A. MAC!NTYRE LINTON E. WHALEY F. LESLIE WARFEL EDWARD T. INGLE WINCHESTER COOLEY, JR. ARTHUR B. OTIS CARL R. PRATT ALVAH A. HEALD JAMES H. TUTTLE ROBERT B. HALL 1923 FREDERICK A. CROSS ROBERT O. RANKIN GEORGE L. SAWYER PAUL O. CORBETT THOMAS F. DANDO FRANKLIN J. KELLEY WALTER J. TRUETTNER HENRY G. GILDNER DANIEL N. RANKIN CLAYTON G. HALE 1924 WILLIAM T. PROCTOR JOHN W. GUNN JASON L. WADE JOHN K. BARTH MATTHEW C. LOCKE ARTHUR H. WITHAM HOWARD Run 1925 MAXWELL E. FEAD DONALD LEAT EVERETT J. VANDER VEEN PROCTER WITHAM OTIS HALL GUNN VANDER VEEN WADE CORBETT SAWYER HALE PRATT R. RANKIN CROSS TRUETTNER COOLEY LACY BRADLEY MAC!NTYRE HAIGHT PROF. FRAYER WHALEY GOETZ PAINE KELLEY FEAD LOCKE GILDNER D. RANKIN DANDO Three Hundred Ninety-four PHI XI CHAPTER Established in 1921 O WILFRED ST. PETER FRANK H. BACON JENNINGS A. FLEISHBEIN JULIUS H. KoEGLE E. C. ACKERMAN ALPHONSO BEUTHIEN CARL BEUTHIEN JAMES B. XEELY GLENN S. BAIN FRATRES IX FACULTATE PROF. JOHN XICKELSON PROF. WALTER HUNT FRATRES IX URBE XORMAN M. CARVER FRATRES IX L ' XIVERSITATE A. WILLIAM HAIDLE 1922 HERMAN C. KAPPLER H. OTTO KRIEGER GEORGE L. PETERSON 1923 ALFRED B. CURTIS FRANKLYN O. KUCEL W. WALTER DUDEK HARRY W. LUNDAHL HARRY S. GOULD WILLIAM G. MERZ WAYNE G. HENDERSON Louis E. YUNKER C. BURKE HULL GILBERT A. ROCK 1924 ELDEN ROXBURGH PLEDGES WILLIAM F. MILLER JOSEPH E. DICKENSON FRANK F. PARRISH HENRY A. VICK CHARLES L. POTTER GUSTAVE R. O ' DONNELL MAX A. SHAFFER WALDEMAR H. VAEGER EDWIN R. SIMON JOHN E. JUDSON DR. HUNT ST. PETER WAY A. BEVTHIEN KUGEL O ' DONNELL SIMON XEELY VUNKER SHAFFER BACON VAEGER GOULD ACKERMAN HENDERSON MERZ DUDEK FLEISCHBEIN CARVER KETTLEHUT C. BEUTHIEN POTTER RAPPLER VICK PETERSON KOEGLE KRIEGER LUNDAHL CURTIS ROXBURGH MILLER JUDSON BAIN ROCK DICKINSON HAIDLE Three BETA PHI DELTA Established in 1921 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JOHN J. GOULD BECKER W. HUNGERFORD EDGAR S. BRADLEY NORMAN R. BUCHAN FRED K. KNIFFEN GEORGE S. BUCHANAN- ROBERT B. JAMES DONALD SCOTT 1922 ROBERT S. KERSEY L. KEITH LEPARD PRESTON H. SCOTT HERMAN J. MICHALSKE ORA VV. RUSH CLAYTON P. ARMITAGE 1923 CARLETON S. ELLSWORTH O. CAMERON MOFFATT WALTER E. PEAR ROSCOE H. SNYDER LIONEL E. AMES 1924 A. GORDON OLIVER DONALD J. ROXBURGH ALBERT F. COOK 1925 ROBERT STRAUB ROBERT HASTINGS KERSEY BUCHANAN SCOTT SCOTT BRADLEY HUNGERFORD STRAUB OLIVER MOFFATT JAMES BUCHAN RUSH ARMITAGE KNIFFEN LE?ARD ELLSWORTH MICHALSKE ROXBURGH SNYDER GOULD COOK Three Hundred Kinety-six BETA TAU CHAPTER Established in 1922 AMOS C. ANDERSON RALPH L. BELKNAP WILLIAM L. BETTISON GEORGE E. KORTEN EDISON H. CRAMER HUGH M. DALZIEL ILMER S. FLEMING HERBERT P. BOSTICK WARREN COE DEAN C. DENMAN l i K. .appa_ FRATRES IX FACULTATE LAURENCE M. GOULD, B.S. FRATRES IN UXIVERSITATE DOXALD C. DOUGLAS ROBERT D. HORX HENRY V. JOHNSON EMERY T. TOOGOOD A. Ross Fox JULIUS B. GLASGOW- EARL G. KEIM 1922 CYRIL L. KENDALL GLENN A. MIDDLETON DUDLEY NEWTON GEORGE N. WELSH 1925 BRADFORD B. LOVELAND PAUL E. MORRIS HUDSON T. MORTON 1924 E. PAYSON GREGORY ERL J. HILTON- ROBERT A. MANCHESTER PLEDGES LYMAN J. GLASGOW NELS R. LIXDQUIST HAROLD I. HOWELL DANIEL J. MORTON- CHARLES M. TAYLOR ROBERT H. WATTLEWORTH EDWARD F. PARSONS WALLACE A. ROE ADOLPH P. SCHOLL ROBERT B. XEWCOMBE GERMER J. O ' MARA EDWARD T. RAMSDELL GEORGE D. LINDBERG BEXJ. D. RAMSDELL IRWIX STEGMEIER _ M J J lift I I-? TOOGOOD GLASGOW MIDDLETOX AXDERSOX KORTEX LINDBERG KEIM BETTISON LOVELAND TAYLOR WATTLEWORTH NEWCOMBE Fox HOWELL RAMSDELL HILTON COE CRAMER LINDQUIST STEGMEIER DALZIEL GREGORY MORTON KENDALL MORTOX ROE MANCHESTER HORN BELKNAP LAXDIS NEWTON IDEX GOUIJ NELSOX RAMSDELL WELSH SCHOLL DEXUAN DOUGLAS STEELE TOHNSON GLASGOW BOSTICK FLEMING O ' MARA Three Hundred A ' ' inety-srcen Raymor Studio Three Hundred Ninety-tight ' " " , - " " " " -- ' " ' ' ' .. JTJZ " .-1 " -? - J= ' " PROFESSIONAL TDATEDNITIES Three Hundred Kinety-nine KENT CHAPTER Established in 1869 FRATRES IN " FACULTATE PRESIDENT EMERITUS H. B. HUTCHINS, A.B., LL.B. PROFESSOR R. DEAN H. M. BATES, Pn.D, LL.B. PROFESSOR R. DEAN J. R. EFFINGER, PH.D. PROFESSOR E. C. GODDARD, Pn.B., LL.B. PROFESSOR H. L. WILGUS, M.S. PROFESSOR V. H. LANE, C.E., LL.B. PROFESSOR J. B. WAITE, A.B., LL.B. PAUL BUCKLEY, LL.B., Assistant Secretary of the University. E. BUNKER, A.M., LL.B. W. AICLER, LL.B. PROFESSOR J. H. DRAKE, PH.D., LL.B. PROFESSOR E. N. DURFEE, A.B., J.D. PROFESSOR E. R. SUNDERLAND, LL.B., A.M. FRATRES IX MAXWELL F. BADGLEY, Beta Theta Pi TRUMAN M. BIGELOW, Alpha Delta Phi ELWYN G. DAVIES, A.B., Phi Kappa Psi M. L. DEV ' RIES, Alpha Tau Omega R. JEROME DUNNE, Phi Kappa Psi DEWEY F. FAGERBURG, A.B., Sigma Alpha Epsilon ALFRED C. HIRTH, A.B., Sigma Chi WILLIAM S. ISHAM, Phi Delta Theta PAUL F. JONES, Sigma Alpha Epsilon F. HOULTON LAUDER, A.B., Beta Theta Pi HORACE M. MECHEM J. HARPER MOORE, A.B. WILLIAM C. O ' KEEFE, A.B., Sigma Alpha Epsilon CARLOS A. SPIESS, Sigma Alpha Epsilon THOMAS I. UNDERWOOD, A.B., Psi Upsilon JOHN M. WINTERS, JR., Alpha Delta Phi UNIVERSITATE DOUGLAS BEMENT, A.B., Zeta Psi GEORGE O. BROPHY, JR., Phi Gamma Delta JOHN P. DAWSON GEORGE DUFFIELD, Delta Kappa Epsilon ROBERT L. DRAKE, A.B., Delta Upsilon WILLIAM H. HINSHAW, JR., A.B., Zeta Psi WILLIAM H. HITCHCOCK, A.B., Beta Theta Pi CHARLES F. IVES, A.B., Delta Psi FREDERIC P. G. LATTNER, Psi Upsilon EZRA W. LOCKWOOD, A.B., Zeta Psi WALKER M. MILLS, A.B., Sigma Chi E. BAILEY MORCOM, A.B., Sigma Alpha Epsilon FRANK M. PARRISH, A.B., Alpha Chi Rho CHARLES E. TURNER, A.B. HARRY C. WILLSON, Sigma Nu KARL H. VELDE, A.B., Phi Delta Theta DUNNE DAWSOX HIRTH DRAKE VELDE BIGELOW UNDERWOOD HINSHAW INTERS DE RIES DAVIES HITCHCOCK DUFFIELD PARRISH IVES LATTNER MORCOM MILLS SPIESS ISHAM BEMENT FAGERBURG LAUDER TURNER O ' KEEFE LOCKWOOD WILLSON BROPHY MOORE BAGLEY Four Hundred ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1882 DR. F. G. XOVY DR. G. C. Hi HER DR. R. PETERSOX DR. V. R. PARKER DR. I. F. BREAKEY DR. C. J. DARLING " . A. Surra V. V. DUEMLIXG J. E. BARSS R. S. BREAKEY J. V. CAMPBELL GEORGE KEIPER HERBERT DVXPHY FRATRES IX FACULTATE DR. A. M. BARRETT DR. D. M. COWIE DR. C. EBERBACH DR. H. EMERSON DR. F. X. WILSOX DR. C. S. WRIGHT FRATRES IX URBE DR. I. D. LOREE DR. MARK MARSHALL DR. S. L. BIGELOW DR. JOE PALMA FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE DR. C. V. EDMI-XDS DR. U. J. WILE DR. C. D. CAMP DR. W. S. O ' DOXXELL DR. G. C. ADIE DR. W. W. HARRYMAX DR. H. L. KEIM DR. D. F. MORRILL DR. C. C. WARDEX A. G. GOETZ 1922 W. W. STOXE S. O. CHAMBERS HARVEY CLARK F. J. FrrzpATRicK HOWARD HOFFMAX 1924 CY. DARLIXG JAMES BOWERS 1925 T. H. BLISS ROY GILBERT E. A. KAHN PUTXAM LLOYD CECIL WATSOX P. M. MOORE J. H. LABADIE P. H. Loxc E. M. STEVEXSOX W. C. WRIGHT F. G. SCHEMM LELAXD HENRY ROBERT J. COOPER BOWERS COOPER SCHEMM KEIPER DARLING WATSOX DUXPHY BLISS HEXRY GILBERT CLARK FITZPATRICK CAMPBELL Loxc LLOYD BREAKEY STEVEXSOX CHAMBERS DUEMLIXG LABADIE HOFFIIAX KAHX DR. WRIGHT GOETZ STOXE SMITH MOORE D R . KEIM Four Hundred Onf DR. N. S. HOFF DR. L. P. HALL DR. M. L. WARD FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. R. W. BUNTING DR. C. J. LYONS DR. J. J. TRAVIS DR. R. F. CANNON DR. J. J. TRAVIS DR. U. G. RICKERT DR. R. B. HOWELL DR. H. A. NELSON ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1882 DR. F. B. VEDDER DR. R. K. BROWN DR. C. T. HALL FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE H. VV. FOWLER J. O. BEAVIS F. VV. RANKIN VV. J. PETERSON F. CZYSZ H. A. ANDERSON L. F. RlTTERSHOFER V. R. RICHARDS H. H. BURKART A. E. GlLMORE H. P. COLE G. R. BROOKS G. E. ELY A. L. SWANSON J. K. WRIGHT G. R. MAITLAND W. M. BROWN VV. I. FOLLIS D. B. MADISON R. P. SOMMERS C. A. WILKIE R. E. GEORGE J. L. KLEINSTIVER W. M. BULLOCK R. V " . LEVITT P. H. JESERICH 1922 1923 1924 J. H. HUTCHISS W. C. McBRIDE E. C. MYER F. W. TOMPSON A. A. GlLLHOOLEY G. L. LOCKWOOD J. H. SHACKELFORD R. H. GIER E. M. CLIFFORD G. S. BLACK J. K. LYONS O. E. NOBERT R. H. KlNGERY J. C. GlFFEN PLEDGES S. L. MENGEL H. M. MAPES O. K. HOLLAND C. A. DYER E. M. SNYDER C. F. WRIGHT F. L. STRIATH R. M. WIN-SLOW VV. C. GREGG H. VV. SHIELDS G. S. HUBBARD R. L. WHEATON H. E. ARNDT H. F. SCHEELE A. V. 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THOMAS 192+ HARRY . FERGUSOX LYLE E. SQUIRE FREDERIC J. WEXZLER DOXALD C. CULVER TROY C. D AX i ELS OMAR F. DICKRAGER LELAXD V. FOUGHT BRUCE A. IRWIX R. GERALD ASHCRAFT WILLIAM A. CORBETT PLEDGES WALTER J. NUXGESTER I A- I t . ' ' u HERBERT F. Vox EWEGEN CHARLES M. WARXER HARVEY A. WHITXEY RAYMOND T. SAVXDERS G. CARL TASKER RUSSELL L. TAYLOR SMITH J. THORINGTOX HAROLD HILSIXGER 1 1 HITXEY DAXIELS HILSIXGER SMITH AHLETEICH WARXER POWERS TASKER OETJEX DICKRAGER SQUIRE CORBETT FERGUSON WEXZLER ASHCRAFT TAYLOR NEWBERRY OTTO IRWIX RIDGWAY SAUXDERS FOUGHT ROBY THORIXGTOX MATTSOX TRAIT FLETCHER LAMPERT COSTA Vox EWEGEN McCABE CULVER Four Hundred Three PROF. VV. A. DEWEY PROF. D. W. MYERS FRATRES IN FACULTATE DEAN W. B. HINSDALE, M.S., A.M.. M.I). PROF. H. McD. BEEBE PROF. L. J. BOYD PROF. S. C. RUNNELS DR. H. R. WYNN DR. H. H. HARPST DR. H. L. FRENCH DR. EDWIN GANZHORN ROY HOLMES ERNEST W. BAUER HENRY P. BUCKINGHAM PAUL M. KOBER FRATRES IN URBE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1922 J. KENNETH COLE RUSSELL O. DAVIDSON GEORGE R. UPTON 1923 PAUL M. JERRELL CLARENCE PEACHEY HOWARD S. WILLSON MU SIGMA ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1888 DR. J. K. DURLING DR. R. R. RIDGE DR. GUY ALWAY EARL F. LUTZ SUEL A. SHELDON, JR. JOHN F. VICK ARTHUR J. BRICKBAUER 1924 MICHAEL CRINO JOHN R. HOOKEY LOYAL LUMBY CURT P. SCHNEIDER ARI M. BF.GOLE FREDERICK BLISS ROLAND BRICKBRAUSER DONALD F. HOYT THOMAS G. MITCHELL 192; RODNEY K. JOHNSON ARTHUR B. THOMAS PRE-MEDICAL HERBERT HOYT RALPH R. RHUMKORFF EDWARD SCHMIEG HOWARD A. STIMSOX HAROLD F. JONES WALTER S. WANNAMAKER DEWITT ' ILLIAMS H. HOYT D. HOYT BRICKBAUER SCHMIEG THOMAS MITCHELL A. BRICKBAUER SCHNEIDER CRINO JERRELL DAVIDSON SHELDON KOBER UPTON PEACHEY HOLMES LUTZ RHUMKORPFF JOHNSON JONES BAUER COLE BUCKINGHAM VICK Four Hundred Four i ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1889 T. E. MURPHY C. W. WILSON R. V. CHRISTIE M. D. SLAUGHTER C. R. W OMER E. C. BEEBE G. F. WEAVE C. W. CARTIER F. D. MdsTYRE G. A. RITCHIE FRATER IN FACULTATE A. MARK YEAGER, D.D.S. FRATRES IX UM ERS1TATE R. F. DEEBACH M. E. HANXA C. D. HIXON A. C. GIBSON E. F. MAST P. X. KIEF D. H. ERPELDINC K. H. VALENTINE W. T- MCCARTHY D. C. MACEWAX P. R. MILLER H. A. DENGLER D. F. BYERS R. W. W ALMOTH M. P. O ' HARA J. LuZINAEIS J. F. SJIIGGEN T. E. PHELPS PLEDGES W. D. Ct RRAX A. H. REIMAX P. L. JONES P. L. WELLMAN C. A. KELLY X. B. PALMER H. R. XICHOLS . F. STREIT V. S. PETERSON H. D. MAST H. F. Lows M. C. LvCKNOR H. F. HAGGERTY G. E. BARTON ft f t ' l-JI l-TI PHELPS XfcCARTHY PALMER ERPELDIXG KEIF KELLY BYERS Lows MAST DEEBACH DENGLER HANNA O ' HARA Hixox WALMOTH MAST GIBSON BROTHERSON XICHOLS SMIGGEN YEAGER SLAUGHTER LUZUNARJS MURPHY WILSON WOMER CHRISTIE BEEBE WEAVER STREIT JONES MclxTYRE BARTON RITCHIE HAGGERTY MILLER CARTIER VALENTINE REIMAN MACWAN Four Hundred Fire ZETA CHAPTER Established in 1897 DR. T. W. ADAMS DR. A. S. BARR DR. R. B. CANFIELD DR. N. E. CLARKE FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. F. O. COLLER DR. L. FAUST DR. R. S. CRON DR. R. L. FINCH DR. L. E. DANIELS DR. C. K. HASLEY DR. S. W. DONALDSON DR. G. R. HERRMAN FRATRES IN URBE DR. R. G. McKENZiE DR. T. S. LANGFORD FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE C. S. DAVENPORT E. R. ELZINGA R. B. FAST W. M. BRACE R. R. DlETERLE S. E. DOOLITTLE J. M. BARNES P. W. DuBois H. A. FURLONG L. G. BALDWIN F. W. BARRY R. W. BENNER E. P. GILLETTE H. H. HEFFRON VV. L. KEMP E. A, 1922 J. E. LUDWICK C. M. McCoLL E. B. McKlNLEY WlSHROPP H. W. FLEISCHHAUER C. B. HERT E. V. JOHNSTON G. F. GREEN L. G. HERRMANN W. F. HOOVER C. A. DEWITT G. W. HYDE J. F. JOHANTGEN 1923 1924 192} F. N. KlMBALL H. R. ROEHM J. A. ROLLS C. C. MERKEL E. B. RITCHIE W. M. SIMPSON W. E. MATHEWS E. B. POTTER T. E. SCHMIDT DR. L. E. HOLLY DR. W. T. HOTCHKISS DR. W. P. LOMBARD DR. H. F. ROWLEY J. H. MATHEWS R. N. SLATE W. H. STOKES L. M. RUTZ L. B. SCHNEIDER S. W. WISHART H. SMITH E. R. VERNOU E. SPURRIER J. J. TROMBLEY BARRY BENNER TROMBLEY SPURRIER WHEELER HYDE W. 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CROUSHORE E. W. HALL. A.B.. A.M. I. M. PIERCE V. C. DENISON A. D. KIRK. B.S. R. J. PRICE, B.S. 1914. L. M. ANDERSON- N. K. FOLEY R. V . MACGREGOR I. A. BACON W. D. IRWIX V. F. MAX LEY, A.B. L. F. BATES E. T. JOXES R. L. MUSTARD. A.B. R. B. DRYER F. Lixx C. OSBORNE E. M. VARDON E. C. YATES J. A. Lukens H. L. SMITH, B.S. H. V. RIGGS, A.B. J. F. SANDER, B.S. C. D. SARGENT G. A. STIMSOX C. B. PIERCE, A.R- H. K. SCHILINGER W. J. SHERIDAN R. F. WAKEFIELD C. E. EADES V. BARTLETT R. J. BAILEY J. BESANCON T. HASSBERGER R. C. TRAVIS, A.B. 1925 N. E. LACY W. C. MARTIN T. MILLER F. A. SCOTT J. D. SUGRUE W. E. TOBIN D. L. BEERS C. A. HOFFMAN SCOTT BATES BACON MANLEY VARDOX OSBORNE JONES SHERIDAX MUSTARD MACGREGOR FOLEY AKEFIELD DENISON KLINGMAN SARGENT KIRK CROUSHORE RIGGS COROCRAN KLEDKAMP PIERCE PRICE STIMSON TAYLOR SMITH GARIEPY DR. EDMX-XDS DR. FURSTENBERG DR. GREENE YATES SUGG COLE SANDER BAILEY ANDERSON IRWIX PEIRVE FUTCH SCHLLINGER LINN DRYER MARTIN LACEY BEERS EADES BESANCON HASSEBERGER SUGRUE WRIGHT Four Hundred Sfrrn Alpka ' Delta CAMPBELL CHAPTER Established n 1905 LEONARD J. BROOKS, A.B. PAUL O. STRAWHECKER SAMUEL H. RIGGS JOHN E. M. MERRILL MILTON J. SALLWASSER RUSSELL W. SMITH, A.B. Louis A. NACK FRATRES IN FACULTATE GROVER C. GRISMORE, A.B., J.D. FRATRES IN URBE ROBERT E. FOWLER, LL.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE WALTER A. KIRKBY ANDERSON D. MEADOWS PAUL W. GORDON, A.B. 1922 J. ARTHUR FRIEDLUND ULRIC C. SCOTT JOSEPH A. MORRISON OWEN J. WATTS, A.B. RICHARD A. FORSYTH, A.B. GEORGE D. ANDERSON, A.B. 1923 WAYNE VAN OSDOL LOREN E. SULLIVAN FRANKLIN B. HETTINGER,A.B. HAROLD A. JONES, A.B. CHALMERS L. McGAUGHEY,A.B.BEN W. WEIR THOMAS J. WHINERY, A.B. JACK CARRIGAN JOHN C. MARTINDALE 1924 RONALD P. SELWAY SETH R. BIDWELL GEORGE H. HEIDEMAN, A.B. EARL F. BOXELL, A.B. GEORGE F. MALCOLM STEWART R. BOYER FROGNER SCOTT SELWAY MARTINDALE BOYER McGAUGHEY BIDWELL SULLIVAN NACK CARRIGAN WHINERY BOXELL MALCOLM SALLWASSER MERRILL WEIR HEIDEMAN HETTINGER RIGGS FORSYTH JONES SMITH VAN OSDOL ANDERSON KIRKBY GORDON MEADOWS STRAWHECKER MORRISON WATTS FRIEDLUND BROOKS Four Hundred Eight FSI CHAPTER Established in 1905 ROLLO E. MCCOTTER, M.D. JOHN SHERRICK, M.D.. A.B. W. E. FORSYTH. M.D. H. H. CUMMINGS, M.D. i. L. Cl ' RTIN . H. EARLEY S. H. CROSSLAND G. D. CULVER C. W. HARDY W. G. BEATTIE L. A. K. M. BEIERLEIN V. L. BONHAM F. J. CLARK D. H. CONDIT FRATRES IX FACULTATE E. V. SINK. A.B.. M.A.. M.D. E. R. SCARBORO, M.D. C. R. HILLS, A.B., M.D. M. F. MINOR. M.D. L. T. FOSTER, M.D. A. D. RUEDEMANN, M.D. F. P. ALLEN, M.D. JACOB MANTING, M.D. J. A. SMITH, M.D. FRATRES IX URBE H. W. PORTER, B.Sc., E.E., M.D. FRATRES IX UMVERSITATE D. R. HEETDIRKS L. V. HEWITT C. R. STRAATSMA V. L. HART K. P. JONES A. C. KERLIKOWSKE G. R. BOYD W. L. FAUST T. B. PAUSZEK R. U. COOPER H. F. GRAFF A. L. GLEASON G. P. GRAVBEIL M. B. TIDEY 1922 G. I. KESKET I. C. McCn-RE F. STURM 1923 V. B. KlLBURY H. C. RUNG H. K. MIKSCR 1924 A. S. JOHNSON J. L. KLEINHEKSEL R. W. WAG GONER 1925 K. . HAZEL M. J. HoLDSWORTH B. E. HYDE J. H. MARSHALL J. O. WETZEL CONRAD GEORGE, M.D. W. E. MULDOON R. O. RYCHENER G. E. MILLER R. R. SHAFTER D. R. WRIGHT S. L. LAFEVER M. W. XORTON R. B. MclNDOE . F. NEUMANN C. L. PENNOYER J. H. STEELE Top Row KLEINSHEKEL. BEATTIE, BOYD, BRUNSTING. NORTON, LAFEVER, JOHNSON, WAGGONER, PAUSZEK, FAUST. Second Row MIKSCH, JONES. WRIGHT, CROSSLAND, HART, CULVER. MILLER. KERLIKOWSKE, SHAFTER, KLINC, HARDY, KILBURY. Third Row KESKEY, HEETDERKS, CURTIN. STRAATSMA, DR. SINK. DR. SCARBORO, DR. CUMMINGS, McCLURE, DR. ALLEN, EARLEY, RYCHENER, MULDOON, HEWITT. Third Row GRAFF, NEUMANN, GLEASON, CLARK, GRAYBEIL, STEELE, TIDEY, COOPER, BONHAM, WETZEL, Bottom Row HAZEL, MC!NDOE. BEIERLEIN, HOLDSWORTH, COXDIT. Four Hundred Mat GAMMA KAPPA CHAPTER Established in 1905 FRATRES IN FACULTATE A. G. IRVING, D.D.S. H. H. HICKS, D.D.S. M. D. MAcKov, PH.G., D.D.S. L. G. RAUB, D.D.S. R. V. CHASE, D.D.S. FRATER IN URBE OTIS SUTHERLAND, D.D.S. CLARENCE R. BUELL ROLAND H. SANREGRET FRANK H. PIERCE ERNEST E. WHALE CLARE K. MADDEN CARLTON D. REED HAROLD V. MALIN J. HAROLD TODD OLON J. KINSEL RICHARD DEL.OFF PAUL D. DAVIS FRANK T. WHITNEY FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1922 FRANK J. Fox FRAIN C. HARTWELL RUSSELL E. KLINESTEKER RICHARD C. GORMAN JOE G. NAYLOR HOWARD C. ELDREDGE 1923 VERNER H. EMAN CHESTER F. SULKERS FREDERICK H. BRADSHAW ROBERT S. GREGORY FREEMAN B. HOVER OSWALD E. BRODERSON HOWARD A. TEWS RUSSELL G. ALEXANDER JOSEPH J. TOLAN REUBEN A. WAGNER DONALD W. SMITH WILLIAM H. STEVENS FLOYD O. BROWN WALTER E. TAYLOR 1924 LEROY F. HILL WALTER A. ZICK 1925 ROLLO J. MASSELINK HAROLD L. HOUVENER ORIN N. GRAVES PLEDGES LESTER F. BEST RICHARD D. AMENT SELWYN P. BURRIDGE EUGENE F. CONNER MILO M. BOSTWICK FRANCIS C. NAYLOR NELSON A. BEECKEL WILLIAM A. VIGNETTO DOUGLAS M. McCoLL HJALMER H. BERGH KINK GARDHAM GEORGE E. ANDERSON WILLIAM J. GARY DEAN H. BRUMM JACK P. BEUKEMA GEORGE B. STANFORD, JR. SMITH DAVIS BEUKEMA STANFORD CONNOR HILL AMENT KINSEL ZICK BROWN HOUVENER DELOFF MASSELINK CARY TAYLOR BEST HOVER VIGNETTO BRODERSON TEWS BERGH MALIN SULKERS REED MADDEN BRADSHAW STEVENS ANDERSON WAGNER WHALE TOLAN GARDHAM GREGORY McCoLL EMAN TODD NAYLOR BOSTWICK KLINESTEKER GORMAN BEECKEL NAYLOR ELDRIDGE Fox HARTWELL PIERCE Four Hundred Ten " ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER Established in 1906 DR. MAX M. PEET DR. HAROLD G. WALLER DR. FRANK E. CURTIS A. P. OHLMACHER L. M. WIEDER FRATRES IX FACULTATE DR. PHIL MARSH DR. LEROT C. ABBOTT FRATRES IX URBE DR. PAUL M. IRELAND DR. XORMAN F. MILLER DR. JOHN J. GARVEY DR. EDWIN P. RUSSELL FRATRES IX IMVERSITATE 1922 W. A. BAUER L. X. MERRILL C. C. McCoRMICK X. F. SCHAMBAUGH R. G. CAMPBELL M. G. CARPENTER DR. DONALD J. BARNES X. W. BOURNE A. W. VEIT 1. W. HALFHILL, JR. " M. s. r . CHAMBERS W. H. GABBY R. L. GLASS G. H. BELOTE P. H. GARVEY R. H. PHILLIPS K. D. BOND 1923 T. I. BAUER C. H. CRECO, JR. 1924 E. X. VAX ORNUM R. G. FINN IE R. E. LYNCH ARCH WALLS J. F. HACKETT F. C. DENMAN A. C. CURTIS F. H. LASHMET X. S. KEELER T. S. HILL 1925 H. D. STRICKER H. S. MORGAN H. H. STRYKER J. H. DELANEY K. S. MclNTYRE STRICKER LASHMET KEELER STRYCKER MORGAN HILL CURTIS DENMAN FINNIE HACKETT GLASS ABBOTT GABBY VAN ORNUM PHILLIPS BELOTE CHAMBERS BAUER WALLS BABCOCK HALFHILL GARVEY LYNCH CREGO McCoRMICK BOURNE CARPENTER MERRILL WIEDER SHAMBAUGH DR. BARNES VEIT CAMPBELL Four Hundred Eleven r ' Upstlon Krio VERTEBRA OCTA CHAPTER Established in 1906 FRATRES IN URBE C. B. STOUFFER, M.D. A. E. A. MUMMERY, M.D. FRATRES IN UNTVERS1TATE 1922 DAYTON T. PULFORD GEORGE W. CHAMBERS 1923 C. C. WOLCOTT, A.B., M.D. R. F. FENTON G. T. WAGGONER C. C. BAILEY F. VANSCHOICK M. A. GOLDSMITH, B.S. W. M. LEFEVRE, A.B. H. W. GALSTER 1924 C. J. WILLIAMS C. C. WILTSE D. H. RADCLIFFE F. G. COOK H. J. BRISBOIS L. P. HENKEL 1925 G. A. TUTTLE F. I. BLOISE D. D. LONIE C. J. RICHARDS G. M. CHILDS H. D. SCARNECHIA P. B. RASTELLO E. ROHAN C. C. McRAE D. L. FLAKER PRE-MEDIC R. W. BROWN F. R. ALEXANDER WILTSE RASTELLO CHILDS TUTTLE McRAE SCARNECHIA WILLIAMS FLAKER BROWN ROHAN ALEXANDER BLOISE RADCLIFFE RICHARDS GALSTER LOME HENKEL WAGGONER COOK VANSCHOICK BAILEY GOLDSMITH LEFEVRE PULFORD DR. STOUFFER DR. MUMMERY CHAMBERS BRISBOIS FENTON Four Hundred Twelve IIT Established in 1910 Gamma Eta Gamma HENRY A. McCowN EDWARD B. STASON I. FRANK EATON DAN A. COLL FRANSICCO PENBERTHY C. H. DALEY FREDERICK B. DARDEN JOHN V. KELLY WILLIAM R. RINGER CHARLES J. BOYLE JAMES OLDS CLYDE V. NUTTEN JEWEL E. WEST DON M. HARLAN HERBERT WILSOX HARVEY FISCHER LLEWELYN E. LLOYD ARCHIBALD WILSON LEONARD FERRIS DONALD K. GILLARD WILLIAM R. WALSH DANIEL J. JENKINS GEORGE B. MILLER ALBERT BALKEMA GEORGE H. CAREY HOWELL E. HAYS EDWARD CUMMISKEY BRUCE G. BOOTH ROWLAND BUTLER HAYES FISCHER LLOY ' D NVTTEN PENBERTHY CAREY RINGER WILSON WALSH DARDEN BALKEMA OLDS A. WILSON CAMPBELL R. HAYES HARLAN STASON McCowx EATON DALEY EST COLL BOOTH GILLARD KELLY JENKINS FERRIS BOYLE BUTLER CUMMISKEY Four Hundred Thirteen F. N. SCOTT SIGMA DELTA CHI MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established in 1910 FRATRES IN FACULTATE JOHN L. BRUMM DONAL HAMILTON HAINES ' ILFRED B. SHAW E. G. BURROWS FRATRES IX UNIVERSITATE THORNTON W. SARGENT, JR. JOSEPH A. BERNSTEIN HUGH W. HITCHCOCK BREWSTER P. CAMPBELL RENAUD SHERWOOD THOMAS H. ADAMS F. M. SMITH JAMES HUME MARION B. STAHL PAUL WATZEL JAMES G. FREY SIDNEY B. COATES HARRY GRUNDY HuGHSTON McBAIN R. ANDREW BROWN ROBERT D. SAGE GEORGE O. BROPHY STEWART T. BEACH GAGE CLARKE GERALD P. OVERTON WILLIAM H. RILEY W. W. OTTAWAY NORMAN DAMON HARDY HOOVER CLARENCE HATCH, JR. EDWIN R. MEISS WALLACE F. ELLIOTT HERBERT S. CASE E. P. LOVEJOY ROBERT ADAMS LEO HERSHDORFER ADAMS SAGE COATES MEISS WATZEL HOOVER RILEY LOVEJOY HERSHDORFER HATCH CAMPBELL BERNSTEIN CASE BROWN OTTAWAY HUME ELLIOTT GRUNDY CLARKE T. ADAMS SMITH STAHL OVERTON FREY McBAIN DAMON Four Hundred Fourteen CHRISTIANCY SENATE Established in 1912 ' Delta Theta Phi 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, re-organized in 1902. 3. Theta Lambda Phi founded in 1903. FRATRES IN UNIX ERSITATE 1922 CARL G. BRANDT, LL.B. ALBERTUS J. COOK, Delta Sigma Phi HENRY DELBERT G. BARCLAY ROBERT B. CUNNINGHAM, Sigma Nu GEOR GE E. LONGSTAFF JOHN C. CARY. A.B. JOHN XV. DALTON JOHN M. CHASE, A.B. JOHN F. DODGE, Phi Kappa Psi HOBART COFFEY, A.B. WILBUR A. ELDRIDGE, A.B. CLARENCE L. SMITH, A.B. JAMES E. SPIER, Sigma Nu ROGER I.MANWARING, Chi Phi CLEM F. STORCKMAN RICHEY B. REAVILL, Trigon LESLIE P. WHELAN, CARL G. SCHMIEDESKAMP, A. B.CHRIS M. YOUNGJOHN WILLIAM BALES, Sigma Nu DONALD D. DUNCANSON AUSTIN M. FREASE, Alpha Sigma Phi 1923 EDWIN J. BURROWS WILLIAM A. BUSSE VIGGO E. HANSEN, Sigma Phi Epsilon HAROLD E. HOWLETT D. BYRON AYRES, Phi Mu Alpha W. BERNARD BUTLER CHARLES E. DI-NSMORE PAUL R. WILSON 1924 TRAVES J. HUNTER ALFRED E. LINDBLOOM JOHN C. McGiNNis CARL H. SMITH 1925 EDWIN VV. GREENLEAF ANGUS R. PASCOE CLYDE F. RICHARDSON LAYLIN K. JAMES EDWARD J. JEFFRIES, Alpha Sigma Phi STANLEY S. HAWKS ALFRED W. SPEER C. FREDERICK STANTON CHARLES K. ANDfREN JOHN R. WEAVER ORA W. RUSH, Beta Phi Delta DONALD J. ROXBURGH, Beta Phi Delta EARLE C. KNEALE BUTLER RICHARDSON HOWLETT SPEER LINBLOOM YANDUREN AYRES BARKLEY BUSSE FREASE BALES DODGE LONGSTAFF DALTON YOUNGJOHN COFFEY SPIER STORCKMAN WHELAN GREENLEAF HUNTER LEASURE BRANDT COOK SCHMIEDESKAMP CHASE ELDRIDGE CARY MANWARING DUNCANSON SMITH McGiNNis STANTON WILSON SMITH WEAVER RUSH JAMES BURROWS DUNSMORE HANSEN ROXBURGH Four Hundred Fiiteen H PROF. EMIL LORCH PROF. Louis H. BOYNTON PROF. HERBERT R. CROSS IKTIXOS CHAPTER - O jt l Established in 1914 FRATRES IX FACULTATE PROF. J. J. ALBERT ROUSSEAU- PROF. GEORGE M. McCoNKEY ERNEST H. BARNES LEON A. MAKIELSKI FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE ERVIN BAILEY HOWARD H. BATTIN FRANK B. ANDRUS FREDERICK J. MORSE JOHN J. ZIMMERMAN ROBERT H. AINSWORTH WILLIAM H. STO NE MAURICE V . ROGERS WARD A. DAVENPORT RALPH W. DEMMON WALLACE A. GILL RALPH B. HERRICK 1923 HERBERT B. STANLEY ALFRED R. XASER HOWARD L. FARLEY LoRENCE B. BURDICK HORACE W. WACHTER EDWARD L. KLINE ERIC C. MILDNER JULIAN R. COWIN RAYMOND WEBER 1924 EUGENE T. CLELAND FRED M. HARLEY WILFRED P. MCLAUGHLIN LEROY E. KIEFER KARL C. KRESSBACH DONALD B. DuBois 1925 KENNETH C. BLACK CONRAD S. JOHNSON VERNE H. SIDNAM BLACK KIEFER SIDXAM HERRICK KRESSBACH MCLAUGHLIN HARLEY COWIN BURDICK KLINE MILDNER CLELAND WACHTER ROGERS GILL FARLEY DEMMON NASER MORSE BAILEY BATTIN ZIMMERMAN ANDRUS STONE AINSWORTH Four Hundred Sixteen SIGMA CHAPTER Established in 1914 TTieta Xi WILLIAM C. HOAD, B.S. FRATRES IN FACl LTATE HENRY H. HIGBIE, E.E. WALTER R. DRURY FRATRES IN URBE HAROLD VAX DEMAN ELTON V. " IETS HERMAN R. BVEHLER IOSEPH KARL KNOERLE CECIL H. RUBY PAUL DUCKWALL, JR. JOHN P. TYXES HENRY J. CORSETTE ALLEN M. AUSTIN FRATRES IN UNIX ERSITATE 1922 P ICHARD W. SCHOLL THOMAS R. ROBINSON KENNETH R. COLE EDWARD C. HAUG MYRON J. CRAVER CARL M. KRUEGER 1923 REX G. REASON- RALPH VV. YOSPER 1924 TRACY H. ANBuREN CARLTOX V . CRUMB BASIL R. KRITZ PLEDGES HOWARD A. REED RUSSELL J. MOODY AYNARDR.VoSPER KuRTKEYDEL GEORGE I. BLACK, JR. ALBERT C. McKiNLEY HERBERT K. PETERSON FREDERICK S. KRATZ CHESTER V. REICHLE McKiNLEY CRUMB TYNES HAUG VOSPER KRATZ COLE NICHOLS REUHL PETERSON VIETS ROBINSON RUBY BLACK CRAVER KRUEGER SCHOLL VAN DEMAN KRITZ CORSETTE MOODY V. VOSPER AUSTIN REED AN-BUREN Four Hundred Srrtntern ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1914 GEORGE VV. SAMPLE, LL.B. FRATRES IX URBE WILLIAM M. LAIRD, LL.B. WILLIAM E. BURBY FRANCIS E. CHADWICK CEDRIC VV. CLARK, B.S. ROBERT J. COKER. LL.B. RALPH D. DIETERLE JOHN M. DURBIN LELAND L. GALT, JR. JOSEPH B. GRIGSBY ELTON F. HASCALL, JR. RUSSELL A. KENT LEO W. KUHN, A.N. ROY E. LOUNSBERY A.B. HOMER E. MARTIN RUSSELL F. MEYER FERNAND D. MILLER, B.S. ARTHUR E. MOORE FRANK G. NEWBERRY ROY T. NOONAN BARTLETTE E. NUTTER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Louis A. PARKER, A.B. GEORGE C. QUINNELL, A.B. MORRIS C. ROBINSON WILBUR M. SEELYE HERBERT G. SELBY GEORGE E. SLOAN RAYMOND V " . SMITH MARSHALL D. SPENCER JAMES A. STARR ELMER L. STEPHEXSON RAYMOND K. ST.CLAIR, A.B. KENNETH L. THOMPSON ROGER J. VAUGHN, A.B. VICTOR J. VOORHEIS ODILLION B. WEED KENNETH D. WILKINS ABSOLAM H. WILLIAMS LEWIS R. WILLIAMS, A.B. WILLIAM H. WILLMOT FREDERICK F. WYNN, A.B. SPECIAL BENJAMIN F. HOWARD, LL.B. PLEDGE ROBERT H. HARPER NUTTER WILLIAMS ROBINSON HASCALL MARTIX SELBY VAUGHN GRIGSBY WYNN COKER MEYER SEELYE THOMPSON WILLMOT WILLIAMS CHADWICK NOONAN KENT KUHN STEPHENSON LOUNSBERY DURBIN QUINNELL GALT SMITH CLARK PARKER MILLER MOORE HARPER SLOAN WEED HOWARD SPENCER Four Hundred Eighteen ALPHA BETA CHAPTER Established in 1916 PROF. S. LAWRENCE BIGELOW HONORARY PROF. EDWARD D. CAMPBELL PROF. ALFRED H. WHITE PROF. V. L. BADGER PROF. E. M. BAKER PROF. F. E. BARTELL PROF. ]. C. BRIER G. G. BROWN V. V. ALBRIGHT E. K. BACON F. A. BURNS G. V. COLLINS R. M. COOK I. E. DION M. A. Dixox T. G. FINZEL M. O. McCLELLAN D. F. BENTON FRATRES IX FACULTATE PROF. R. J. CARNEY PROF. E. H. LESLIE A. R. CARR R. K. MCALPINE PROF. A. L. FERGUSON V. J. McGiLL J. C. GEXIESSE PROF. C. C. MELOCHE J. H. HODGES L. A. PRIDGEON FRATRES IX R. FLEMING J. S. FRANCE B. L. HEATH E. R. JOHNSON D. C. LAMB L. M. LlTZENBERGER T. J. LYNCH K. J. MACKENZIE J. T. WOOLFEXDEX UXIVERSITATE G. W. MATTHIAS R. A. XUCENT A. O. PLAMBECK W. H. FITKIN A. E. PRATT X. C. ROEGXER J. F. Ross . X. Rl ' THERFORD H. G. WHITCOMB L. W. KEMPF F. H. WALKER PLEDGES . G. XF.LSOX F. C. WILKEXING PROF. W. G. SMEATON PROF. C. UPTHEGROVE W. P. WEATHERILL PROF. H. H. WILLARD PROF. W. P. WOOD H. S. SHERMAN P. H. SHERRICK M. H. SOULE G. R. STRIMBECK R. R. TANNER E. B. TUCKER S. E. ULLMANN P. VAX DOMELEN E. L. POTTER VAX DOMELEN BACON FLEMING BURNS LITZEXBERGER Ross TANNER CARR ULLMANX OOLFENDEX ROEGNER LAMB FlNZEL PlAilBECK ALBRIGHT CoLLINS TUCKER DlXON WHITCOMB JOHNSON SHERMAN DION PITKIX PRATT SHERRICK FRANCE XUGENT LYNCH MATTHIAS WALKER MACKENZIE ILKEXIXG BELL McCLELLAX RUTHERFORD HEATH POTTER Four Hundred Nineteen ALPHA KAPPA PSI PHI CHAPTER Established in 1920 FRATRES IX FACULTATE FRED M. TAYLOR, PH.D. WILLIAM A. PATON, Pii.D. I. LEO SHARFMAN, A.B., LL.B. CLARE E. GRIFFIN, PH.D. SEWARD L. HORNER FRANK H. LEE, JR. ROBERT F. WIENEKE RALPH W. HENEMAN H. STOUGHTON BENJAMIN RICHARD C. BAKER RICHARD BACHMAN ROBERT GIBSON ELDBRIDGE NEWHALL EDWARD LAMBRECHT HERMAN DERUITE R HAROLD BEATTIE DONALD McCABE DONALD STEKETEE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE FREDERICK D. CARROLL 1922 HAROLD R. CHAPEL 1923 1924 CHARLES WALDEN JOHN H. EVANS ROBERT D. PATTON DONALD A. MC!NTYRE PAUL T. KILBORN RICHARD G. BURCHELL SMITH CHILDS FREDERICK DONNER HENRY IRVING THOMAS RICE ROBERT T. KNODE LAWRENCE DOOGE JOHN MERKLE GEORGE TROOST EVANS WALDEN MERKLE PATTON MC!NTYRE KILBORN BEATTIE LAMBRECHT RICE IRVING CHILDS DOOGE DERUITER GIBSON CHAPEL WIENEKE BENJAMIN LEE BAKER HENEMAN DONNER NEWALL BURCHELL McCABE TROOST Four Hundred Twenty XI CHAPTER Established in 1921 ii 1 1! r FRATER IN FACULTATE CRAWFORD C. EDMONDS, M.A. FRATER IN URBE ROBERT A. CAMPBELL FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Louis A. BUCK, JR. HAMILTON COCHRAN OTTO T. DRAEWELL F. MORRIS HART HOWARD V. HART GEORGE M. LOTT WILLIAM R. McCLOY 1922 BRYAN V ARMAS HAROLD J. POTTER LAURENCE A. PRICE HARRY N. RATH LYNDELL D. SIBERT RAYMOND R. SHROYER BLAIR K. SWARTZ FRANCIS B. THOMAS CHARLES L. BATCHELOR MILTON C. BARBER WILLARD F. GRUSCHOW RICHARD J. HAVEN CHARLES R. JONES GIFFORD S. ADAMS LELAND J. KALMBACH 1923 PLEDGES HENRY D. COSSITT THEODORE R. SLATERY ROBERT D. VAX STONE MARK V. YOST THANE O. MALMSTONE DOLPH LAIN EVERET K. WELCH A. H. SLINGERLAND KALMBACH HAVEN ADAMS HART THOMAS SHROYER COCKRAN JONES SLATERY BATCHELOR LAIN WARM AN DRAEWELL LOTT CAMBPELL GRUSCHOW BARBER WELCH VAN STONE MALMSTONE YOST SIBERT BUCK SWARTZ PRICE HART POTTER McCLOY RATH Four Hundred Twenty-one LYONEL AMES The " sweet sixteen " pony chorus made a hit with the bald headed row. ROBERT WINS LOW As " Summer in Bermuda " , Sob parched the throats of all at every performance. EARL POWERS AND GEORGE HOFFMAN The " Dagger Dance " caused many a girl to cling tightly to her escort ' s arm. CHARLES COGSHALL The beauty of the show girls blasted Ziegfeld ' s hopes for the " most beautiful chorus " . WARREN SWAGER The graceful twirls of the dancers brought ap- plause even from the critics. Stars and beauties from the Sixteenth Annual Michigan Union Opera, " Make It For Two " . Photos by Raymor Studios, courtesy Paul Stone, Publicity Bureau, Chicago. Four Hundred Twenty-two " ' Founded in 1905 " on ALBERT LEWIS LOCKW OOD CHARLES JOSEPH TILDEX, B.S. HONORARY MEMBERS GEORGE COURTNEY STUCK Y ALBERT PHILLIP OHLMACHER LEIGH BEXJAMIX MIDDLEDITCH RICHEV BLEXDON REAVILL ROBERT MORRIS KERR JOHN WESLEY KUSCHIXSK ARTHUR HEXNE ARNDTS WILLIAM CHRISTIAX HOAD, B.S. PRATER IN URBE HERBERT GALE WATKINS FRATRES IN UNIX ERSITATE ALFRED HENRY LLOYD. PH.D. S. LAWRENCE BIGELOW, PH.D. ALBERT CHARLES KERLIKOWSKE GEORGE WARREX HYDE 1922 ROBERT B. FRENCH FRANK HOWARD LEE, JR. GORDON TARBELL WAITE KENNETH H. QUAIL FRANCIS RUSSELL BLAKESLEE STEWART RANDOLPH BOYER JOHN MCDONALD BURGE LOUIS BoTTO CuRRAX RALPH LAW-RENCE HAGAMEIR HARVEY ELWYX REED CHARLES L. MORGAX, JR. NAVARRE THOMAS BARROX CARL E. OHLMACHER JOHX GRAY GARLIXGHOUSE 1923 AFTOX L. PHILLIPS 1924 1925 WILLIAM EUGENE DIMON LUCIEN FREDERICK SWEET HORACE ELY McK NIGHT BURTON EBERLE DUNLOP JOHX McFARLAXE RUSSELL ARREX GOODELL CoRYELL DAVID NEIL REID EDWIN HARRINGTON PLACE HAROLD W. MILLER OHLMACHER GARLINGHOUSE PLACE RUSSELL REED CORYELL MORGAX KEATLEY PHILLIPS BURGE SWEET DVXLOP BARRON CURRAN LEE WAITE MIDDLEDITCH BLAKESLEE QUAIL FRENCH HACAMEIR MCKNIGHT REAVILL BOYER KERR ARXDTS KUSCHINSK STUCKY Four Hundred Ta:fnt -lhret CYGNUS CLUB Established in 1921 GRADUATE J. R. MARANON W. KENNETH FOBERTSON ROLAND R. ROSINSON HARLAND F. HAGADONE PHILLIPS P. ELLIOTT ESTEBAN R. ABADA ALFRED D. SUMMERS WILBERT T. CLAXTON STACY R. BLACK FRATRES IN UXIVERSITATE 1922 1923 1924 ALEXANDER MCL.ELLAN CHILES VAN ANTWERP JOHN VV. VANDERWILT FLOYD POINDEXTER JAMES S. WHALEY WILLIAM H. STRICKLER CLAUDE L. PICKENS HUGH E. CASKEY SAMUEL H. CONKEY CHESTER A. CLARK PLEDGES ELMER V. HOBART ARNOLD E. STOLL POINDEXTER VANDERWILT PICKENS MCL.ELLAN " HALEY CLA XTON BLACK MARANON ELLIOTT ABADA STRICKLER ROBERTSTON HAGADONE VAN ANTWERP SUMMERS ROBINSON Four Hundred Twenty-four J. BERTRAM HIRSCH. ' JEROME L. NATHAJC STANLEY VV. IMERMAN RALPH COHN EDGAR A. GUENSBURG ARNOLD H. NAREMONT LEONARD B. ETTELSON RONALD XI. GLADSTONE Established in 1921 FRATRES IN UXIVERSITATE A. J. BAER, ' ;;M 1923 VICTOR V. KLEIN 1924 1925 IRVING A. HURWICH J. L. XIooNEY. ' 24X1 NEWTON KING LESTER H. GUEXSBVRG EDWIN OPPENHEIM JULIAN L. ZEMON ARNOLD T. FLEIG ROYAL A. OPPENHEIM JACK R. COHN IMERMAN GLADSTONE ETTELSON XIOONET L. GUENSBVRG KING R. OPPENHEIM X!AREMONT ZEMON KLEIN COHN E. OPPENHEIM NATHAN HIRSCH BAER FLEIG Four Hundred Ttcenty-firf DEAN KRAUS DEAN CABOT DEAN EFFINGER DEAN JORDAN DEAN BURSLEY DEANS DEAN HINSDALE Four Hundred Twenty-six I JOSEPH A. BURSLEY MYRA B. JORDAN MARCUS L. WARD JOHN R. EFFINGER EDWARD H. KRAUS MORTIMER E. COOLEY ALFRF.D H. LLOYD WILBUR B. HINSDALE HENRY M. BATES HUGH CABOT ALLEN WHITNEY EDWARD H. KRAUS Students It omen Dental Surgery Literary College Pharmacy College Engineering and Architecture Graduate School . Homeopathic School Law School Medical School Education School . Summer Session DEAN BATES To Myra B. Jordan, who is retiring after twenty years of faithful and efficient service as Dean of Michigan women, we respectfully dedicate this section. Four Hundred Twenty-eight emmes Four Hundred Ttcrnty-nine Four Hundred Thirty-one Four Hundred Thirty-two CAIN SPRAGUE BISHOP FRY KOCH CARSONS PRICE BROWN CLARK TOWXSEXD WIEMAR POTTER LAUVER H. BISHOP TAYLOR WILLIS WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC BOARD HELEN BISHOP. ' 22 MARION KOCH, ' 23 ELIZABETH CARSON, ' 24 FRANCES WEIMER, ' 22 President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer REPRESENTATIVES DORIS SPRAGUE GRACE FRY MARION TAYLOR ELSIE TOWNSEND ELIZABETH LAUVER LORAINE PRICE LEOTA CLARK ELIZABETH CAIN MARION WILLIS KATHRYN POTTER DOROTHY BROWN- DOROTHY BISHOP Senior Junior Sophomore Hockey Manager Tennis Manager Archery Manager Hiking Basketball Baseball Indoor Meet Record Keeper Publicity Manager = Four Hundred Thirty-three SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM SPRAGUE MOSELEY ZIMMERMAN MAIRE MOSELEY KIRKPATRICK TOWN-SEND BISHOP CLARK WOLFSTEIN STORZ MILLER SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM HAYS CAIN TAYLOR BOWBEER ROCKWELL JUNIOR BASEBALL TEAM FRY BROWN STRATBUCKER OIESEN LONG STODDARD KOCH POTTER CORNELINSON CHRISTIAN Four Hundred Thirty-jour 4.1. .J J I SMITH WILEY LAWTOX BARR CAIN CARSOX BALZ DELBRIDGE HAYS CARNAHAN MAITLAXO BISHOP STAFFORD CROVSE HOLLIS LAUVER IEUAR WOODWARD DIEKOFF FRESHMAN SPREAD COMMITTEE MARY HAYS Chairman JOSEPHINE BALZ Lois BARR DOROTHY BISHOP ELIZABETH CAIN XANNETTE CARXAHAX ELIZABETH CARSOX DORRIS CROUSE FRIEDA FIEKOFF HELEN DELBRIDGE SUSAN FITCH LAURELLA HOLLIS SHIRLEY LAWTOX DOROTHY LVITLAXD CONSTANCE SMITH MARY WILEY DOROTHY WEIMAR KATHERINE WOODWARD ELIZABETH LAUVER Four Hundred Tkirty-jae BOGERT CHURCH PURDY GLOVER CARNAHAN POUNDSTONE WOOD GAMBLE ZIMMERMAN WESTPHAL ROBERTS MORENCY HOUGH GRIFFIN BROWN THOMPSON SLY DOHERTY DOUGHTY KING LANE CHRISTIAN LAMBERTSON BARTON FAIR RICH WELTY STEVENS STONE DEAM HALLON EHRLICH DOUGHTY HUBER DEEMER Miss HUNT HOYT HEYER SHIREY WATERWORTH SPRICK JENKS WISHROPP MANN SHEPARD MAGINSEN HOWELL KETCHAM GABBLER TAYLOR SMITH HOLLIS GILHAMS SCALES UNIVERSITY GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB RUTH DEEMER . ELIZABETH HOYT LUCY HUBER MARIE HEYER SALLY EHRLICH EDNA DOUGHTY NORA HUNT FLORENCE SHIREY FIRST SOPRANOS MARY FAIR ANNA GABLER MARIE HEYER ELIZABETH HOYT LUCY HUBER ROSE BARTON MADELINE BROWN MARGUERITE CALDER NONA DOHERTY ELEANOR DRYSDALE DORIS GILHANS NANNETTE CARNAHAN MARGARET CHRISTIAN RUTH DEEMER GRACE DOUGHTY MARGARET BECK MARGARET BLACK VELDA BOGART HELEN CHAMBERS MILDRED CHASE LEONE JACOBS LOUISE LAMBERTSON MARY JANE LAWSON LUCILLE MAGUNSON JEMIM A MILLER SECOND NATALIE GLOVER LAURELLA HOLLIS IDA JENKS ELSIE KARLE ISABEL KEMP CHRISTINE MURKETT ABAGAILE ROBERTS HELEN SLY HELEN SPRICK CAROL WALTERS SOPRANOS RUTH KING DOROTHY LANE DOROTHY JEFFREY BUELAH MORENCY MARJORIE POUNDSTONE SALLY EHRLICH ATHALIE HOUGH RUTH HOWELL LAURA HYDE FIRST ALTOS LEONA KETCHAM ADA NUTTEN EDALAINE RODIN EMILY SHEPARD SECOND ALTOS EDNA DOUGHTY LORAINE PRICE MARGARET GAMBLE MARY GRIFFIN HARRIET HALLON LYDIA BAIRD UNA PURDIE MARGARET SMITH JOYCE VAN ALYSTNE MARION VOSBURG President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer Auditor Librarian Director Accompanist ESTHER WELTY CONSTANCE WOOD DOROTHY W T YLIE AVON RICH MADELINE SCALES MARGARET STONE VIRGINIA TANNER DOROTHY WESTPHAL FRIEDA WISHROPP MARION TAYLOR LEMOINE THOMPSON ISABEL WATERWORTH MARIE ZIMMERMAN Four Hundred Thirty-six Jts Dixox PETERSON PLTXAM GRISWOLD KXAPP FEET PALMER BROWN IOXES SHERER MCLWAIX SAXDERS BOELKER BLAG DO x MAHAFFY FAST OWENS HARSH McGun BERXARD BAISCHARD SCHAUFXER SWEET BATEMAX BROWX Miss Huxr SPEXCER HALLIDAY HOULE NOTLEY SlXZ ZlEGLER VlXCEXT BARNARD BRIGGS XVETZEL SMITH GlBSOX ScHLECEL HARVEY WHITACRE BECKMAX STYER NELSON TUTTLE BARLOW CARPP FRESHMAN GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB MEMBERS MARION BARLOW MADGE BARXUM HILDAH BATEMAX ELINOR BAUSCHARD LILLIAN BECKMAN HELEN BERNARD CHARLOTTE BLAGDON MARY BRASHEAR JEANE BRIGGS HELEN BROWN HELEN W. BROWN JOY CARPP CATHERINE CAVE MARGARET DIXON SUSAN EDGECL MBE OLIVE FAST JANE FORD FRANCES GIBSON- HELEN GRISWOLD RUTH HALLIDAY XANCY HARSH ELLURA HARVEY ALBERTA HOULE MARTHA HOWELL DOROTHY KXAPP RUTH McCAxx EMILY MCLWAIN MARY MAHAFFY JOSEPHINE WHITE RUTH MOREY FLORENCE NELSON MARION NICHOLS JUNE NOTLEY LORENE OwEXS ELSIE PALMER MARGARET PEET FLORENCE PETERSOX LARION PIERCE ELLENOR PUTXAII RUTH M. ROOKS KATHERINE SANDERS ANNE SCALES ELAINE SCHERER LARGARET SCHAUFNER ETHELYN SCHLEGAL RUTH SINZ CATHERINE SMITH DOROTHY SPENCER CATHERINE STYER MARJORIE SWEET CELIA THOMAS GLADYS TROWBRIDGE RUTH TUTTLE BLANCHE VIXCENT MARGARET OELKER MIRIAM WETZEL ALARY- LOUISE WHITACRE DOROTHY ZEIGLER Four Hundred Tkirty-senen McO-iNTON PARSONS HALLIDAY GOULDER BRADSTRF.ET McMANNUS KELLOG WEISENREDER BROGG COZAD MARTZ ADAMS GREEN LETSON GINGRICH KLEYN (director) PEOPLES BRODERSON KOLLAR TUCKER HALLINS TAYLOR HOCKBARTH MCLAREN BLOCKALLER STANLEY CHORUS OF WOMEN ' S VOICES OFFICERS GENEVIEVE PEOPLES FLORENCE GINGRICH LOUISE LETSON MARGARET KELLOGG RENAH GREEN President . rice-President . Recording Secretary- Corresponding Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS VICTORIA ADAMS VIRGINIA AUER LOUISE BLOCKALLER LOLA BRADSTREET GLEE BAKER MARGUERITE BROOG MILDRED BRODERSON DOROTHY COZOD FLORENCE GINGRICH RENAH GREEN HELEN GOULDER GERALDINE GODFREY CHARLOTTE TUCKER ERMINE HOCKBARTH HOPE HALIDAY GENEVIEVE HALLINE MARGARET KELLOGG IRMA KALLAR LOUISE LETSON HELEN McCuHTON HELEN MCLAREN BEATRICE MCMANNERS MARGARET MARTZ HAZEL PARSONS GENEVIEVE PEOPLES ISABEL TAYLOR MRS. WEISENREDER Four Hundred Thirty- tight MARTZ GINGRICH STRAVB LETSON PEOPLES HOCK EARTH SCHOOL OF MUSIC SYMPHONIC LEAGUE EXECUTIVE OFFICERS IRENE STRAUB MARGARET MARTZ LOUISE LETSON FLORENCE GINGRICH GENEVIEVE PEOPLES ERMINE HOCKBARTH President . J ice-President Secretary Treasurer Social Chairman Advisor Four Hundred Thirty-nine 1923 JUNIOR GIRL ' S PLAY COMMITTEE KRAUSS TORREY KOCH BROWN HUTCHENS FRY PROF. BRUMM OIESEN CONNABLE BAKER 1923 JUNIOR GIRL ' S PLAY CAST SCHMIDT MUSHKIN HALL ROBERTS CAMPBELL SMITH IVES HINMON GOULDER PEOPLES GRAHAM WERKHEISER BRODEL Four Hundred Forty Four Hundred Forty-one I fam and his Four Hundred Forty-two LoVELL Gl ' STIN Ml ' RKETT LOOMIS BROOELL Ross SPEXCER VACNER SALISBURY GREENOVGH KEMP STAFFORD LEVIN PROUDFOOT DOUGHTY PIKE MUSHKIX JEFFREY TOWXSEXD GOULDER SMITH CARTER REIXEKE AMES McCvRDY PROF. NELSON KIXG VICKERY BALDWIN NORTH HOLLIS ZIMMERMAN CHRISTIAXSEX ELTY CHAMPIOX MARTIN SMEATON MILLER FOSTER ELLIOT IVES HENRY HAYS M A S Q U E S RALEIGH NELSON Director MEMBERS FRANCES AMES GERTRUDE BOGGS BEATRICE CHAMPION MILDRED CHASE GRACE DOUGHTY HELEN ELLIOT V EO FOSTER RUTH GOODHUE CATHERINE GREENOUGH HARRIETTE GUSTIX LUVERN HAYS MARY HAYS MILDRED HENRY HORTENSE HOAD MARY IVES DOROTHY JEFFRY ADELE ZIMMERMAN VIRGINIA BRODELL CONSTANCE BALDWIN RUTH CHRISTENSON ELMA CARTER PORTIA GOULDER LAURELLA HOLLIS RUTH KING SARAH LEVIN BETHANY LOVELL HORTENSE MILLER FLORENCE NELSON VIVIAN NORTH NEW MEMBERS ISABELLE KEMP FlNETTE AL RTIN JOYCE McCuRDY CHRISTINE MURKETT ANNE MUSHKIN ELSA OIESEN MARGARET REINEKE ELIZABETH RIGBY EDELAINE RODEN EVELYN ROCKWELL SHIRLEY SALISBURY INIFRED SMEATON CONSTANCE SMITH ISABELLE SWAN ELIZABETH ICKERY ESTHER ELTY ELIZABETH PIKE MATTIE PROUDFOOT RUTH ROST CLARABELLE SCHMIDT HELEN STEGGAL DOROTHY SPENCER CATHERINE STAFFORD ELSIE TOWNSEND ISABEL WATERWORTH RUTH WORKHEISER MERRY WAGNER DOROTHY WEIMER Four Hundred Forty-three FREUND ZIMMERMAN BROWN LOCKVVOOD HOLK McGuRK GAGE McCANN POTTER KEIL STEINBERG WAGNER DERRICK BAER HARDY McLEAN JEFFREY KYNAST GILHAMS SHEPHERD MARTIN WHITACRE BEAI. MUNZ BOOMBAWER HOLLIS THE MUMMERS CLUB OFFICERS FLORENCE DERRICK MERRY WAGNER MARY VAN DEINSE ROSALIND FREUND CECILE BAER President ice-President Secretary Treasurer Member -at-Large MEMBERS CECILE BAER MARGARET BEAL MARGARET BECKETT FLORENCE BOOMBAWER ELEANOR BROWN VELMA CARTER FLORENCE DERRICK ROSALIND FREUND GLADYS GAGE DORIS GILHAMS ELSIE HARDY BEATRICE HOLK LAURELLA HOLLIS DOROTHY JEFFERY MARGARET KEIL BLANCHE KYNAST OLIVE LOOKWOOD AMY MARTIN RUTH McCANN VIVIAN MCDONALD MADELINE McGuRK MARTHA McLEAN HORTENSE MILLER MARIAN MUNZ KATHERINE POTTER LYDA RIDEOUT THEKLA ROESE CORNELIA SHEPHERD DEVERA STEINBERG ROSE TOBIAS MARY VAN DEINSE MERRY WAGNER SARAH WALLER LUCILE WELTY MARY LOUISE WHITACRE DOROTHY WEIMER MARIE ZIMMERMAN Four Hundred Forty-foui McDoNALD KUBUIAX AilES STAFFORD GRAHAM HfBER McCl ' RDY GROFF MlLLS BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF WOMEN ' S LEAGUE EDNA GROFF JOYCE McCuRDY KATHERIXE KUHLMAX LUCY HUBER FRANCES AMES CAROL McDoNALD LAURA MILLS LOUISE GRAHAM CATHERINE STAFFORD President Fice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary- Treasurer Senior Director Junior Director Junior Director Sophomore Director Four Hundred Forty-fife BISHOP AMES STORZ McCuRDY GROFF JUDICIARY COUNCIL OF WOMEN ' S LEAGUE EDNA GROFF JOYCE McCuRDY HAZEL STORZ FRANCES AMES DOROTHY BISHOP . President V ice-President Senior Representative Junior Representative Sophomore Representative Four Hundred Forty-six GALLIVER WATERBURY AUBREY GOODHUE BOGGS GREENOUGH JEFFREY MONTGOMERY TORREY KOCH SPAULDING WEIMER SPRAGUE REINEKE YOUNG WOMEN ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION NEWBERRY HALL OFFICERS GERTRUDE BOGGS RUTH GOODHUE CATHERINE GREENOUGH HELEN AUBREY President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES MARION KOCH KATHERINE MONTGOMERY MARGARET REINEKE CHARLOTTE SCHURZ DORIS SPRAGUE DOROTHY JEFFERY FRANCES WEIMER HELENE TORREY LUELLA GALLIVER JEAN WATERBURY ALICE JOHNSON Conferences and Convention Publicity Social Social Service Membership . Association News Finance House World Fellowship Meetings Girl Reserves Four Hundred Forty-eight MONTGOMERY HAVES CHAMPION POLLOCK WELTY RISSELL WAGNER SOITHERLAND TAYLOR McGuRK HEATH ANDERSON GOVLDER CARNAHAN LOCKWOOD SIMONSON SHEPARD STAFFORO ADAMS ECKHART SPAULDING HASLEY ; : : HOBSON STEINBERG MORIYA GRAHAM ELLIOT IVTZI DELF ATHEXA LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS MARTHA SHEPARD CATHERINE STAFFORD MARGARET ADAMS CELMA Smoxsox BEATA HASLEY President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Oratorical Delegate MEMBERS MARGARET ADAMS HELEN ANDERSON ROSE BARTON ESTHER BREXXEMAX MARGARET BUFFIXGTOX EUPHEMIA CARNAHAN BEATRICE CHAMPION- ADA COGSWELL REBECCA COXDOX PHYLLIS DELF HAZEL ECKHART HELEN ELLIOT GRACE FORD FLORENCE FULLER JAXE GARTLAXD PORTIA GOULDER LXJUISE GRAHAM BEATA HASLEY LI-VERN HAYES SADYEBETH HEATH MARY HOBSOX GRETTA IUTZI VERA KADEX DOROTHY KELLY OLIVE LOCKWOOD FRANCES McCALL MADELEINE McGi RK KATHERINE MONTGOMERY YOXE MORIYA FLORENCE POLLOCK MARIAN RUSSELL BEATRICE SANDLES MARTHA SHEPHARD CLARA SHINOVER CELMA SIMONSON RUTH SOUTHERLAND L RGUERITE SPAULDING CATHERINE STAFFORD DEVERA STEINBERG MARION TAYLOR ADELE UNGER BEATA WAGNER LUCILE WELTY Four Httndrfd Forty-nine HAN SKILLEN GALLIGER HOUSEL MITCHELL WONG GUZMAN EASTLAKE KING TSAO Liu SERVIS MARCUS MATSUMOTO Tsu MCALL HALDER WOMEN ' S COSMOPOLITAN CLUB HONORARY MEMBERS MRS. MARION L. BURTON MRS. EDWARD H. KRAUS MRS. HARRY B. HUTCHINS MRS. W. CARL RUFUS MRS. JONATHAN A. HILDNER MRS. F. B. JORDAN ASSOCIATE MEMBERS ELLEN W. MOORE HELEN C. BISHOP OFFICERS RUTH KING FRANCES McCALL CONSTANCE OHLINGER ZOK TSUNG TSAO CLARA EASTLAKE RUTH KING CONSTANCE OHLINGER Lois HOUSE L MAY MITCHELL ETHELYN SERVIS LUELLA GALLIGER JANE SKILLEN FRANCES McCALL ASHA LATIKA HALDAR YONE MORIYA CLARA EASTLAKE President F ice-President Secretary Treasurer Social Chairman ACTIVE MEMBERS MATSUE MATSUMOTO KITA FUKUI YuKI OSAWA MARY MARCUS CELIA GUZMAN ZOK TSUNG TSAO JULIA HAN LUCY WONG LAN TSUNG Tsu GIEN TSIEU Liu NOBLE HORI Four Hundred Fifty McCuRDY BISHOP CARXAHAX WIEMER GI-STIX NEIL YICKERY MONTGOMERY GROFF DEEMER SPAITLDIXG SCHXAPLE Boccs SPRAGUE STORZ LOVEWELL HAYDEX TOWXSEXD SXYDER MORTARBOARD LAURA SXYDER GERTRUDE BOGGS FRANCES WEIMER President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS HELEN BISHOP EDNA GROFF ELEANOR XEIL THEKLA ROESE ELIZABETH VICKERY EUPHEMIA CARNAHAN RUTH DEEMER HARRIET GUSTIN ELSIE TOWNSEND CAMILLA HAYDEN NEVA LXJYEWELL JOYCE McCuRDY KATHERINE MONTGOMERY LvRGARET SCHNAPLE MARGARET SPALDING DORIS SPRAGUE HAZEL STORZ Four Hundred Fifty-one HARWICK FRY AMES HINSHAW KUHLMAN KRAUS McCoNXAl BAKER MILLS REINEKE OIESEN TORREY CHAMPION JONES WELTY MAC!NTYRE KOCH GREENOUGH HUBER PARTLOW WYVERN SOCIETY JUNIOR HONORARY OFFICERS MARION KOCH CATHERINE GREENOUGH FRANCES AMES BARBARA BAKER BEATRICE CHAMPION GRACE FRY CATHERINE GREENOUGH SADYE HARWICK ANNE HINSHAW LUCY HUBER MARY IVES DEBORAH JONES ESTHER WELTY President Secretary-Treasurer MARION KOCH MARGARET KRAUS KATHERINE KUHLMAN MARGARET MAC!NTYRE GLADYS McCoNNAL LAURA MILLS ELSA OIESEN HELEN PARTLOW MARGARET REINEKE HELENE TORREY Wyvern, an honorary society for Junior girls, elects to its membership ap- proximately twenty-five girls 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 Freshman and Junior girls and to promote the general welfare of the Junior class. Four Hundred Fifty-two ' {11. GREEXOUGH HOBSOX SHEPARD STEINBERG STAFFORD SAXDLES ROCKWELL VICKERY CONDON HALSET MARTIN KEIIP CHAMPIOX WELTY SIGMA DELTA PHI NATIONAL HONORARY ORATORICAL FRATERNITY Alpha Chapter founded in 1918 SORORES IN URBE ALICE J. LEFEVRE MRS. T. C. TRUEBLOOD SORORES IN UNIYERSITATE EUPHEMIA CARNAHAN BEATRICE CHAMPION REBECCA CONDON RI TH GOODHUE CATHERINE GREENOUGH BEATA HASLEY MILDRED HENRY MARY HOBSON ISABEL KEMP FINETTE MARTIN- JOYCE McCcRDY EVELYN ROCKWELL BEATRICE SANDLES MARTHA SHEPARD CATHERINE STAFFORD DEVERA STEINBERG ELIZABETH VICKERY ESTHER WELTY Four Hundred Fifty-three CHAPIN KEMP AMES GROFF ANDERSON WOTTEN MARRIS SMITH KELLY JOHNSON WIGGINS MANN CASWELL HADDOCK FORRESTER KEITH WESTER NEWLIN MOVE AVERILL TROY BANKER FOSTER CNOSSEN WONDERO BRYSON BISBING IUTZI SERVIS HAMER MOORE VANHORX THOMAS GIRLS ' EDUCATIONAL CLUB 1921 BERNICE BUNKER VIOLET FOSTER MARGARET BECKETT 1922 JEAN THOMAS HILDA WESTER ETHELYN SERVIS . . . President . I ' ice-President Secretary and Treasurer HELEN ANDERSON- MARGARET BECKETT BERNICE BUNKER HARRIET COLCORD MARY COYNE VIOLET FOSTER BERNICE FRAZER EDNA GROFF ELIZABETH HAMER BEATA HASLEY GRETTA IUTZI JENNIE JOHNSON THEKLA ROESE ETHELYN SERVIS JEAN THOMAS GERALDINE TROY HILDA WESTER HELEN WILSEY WINIFRED WILSON LEONA WRIGHT ETHEL BISBING CATHERINE KEMP ELLEN WONDERO RITA LOVE GRACE FORD MEMBERS HAZEL FORRESTER CLARIBEL WIGGINS SADIE CNOSSEX RUTH HADDOCK MARGARET MOYE RITA BEEBE RUTH KEITH FRANCES AMES INEZ CASWELL DOROTHY AVERY MARGARET WOTTON FLORENCE KELLY MABLE MOORE MADGE NEWLIN MRS. IVALEEN SMITH GERTRUDE BOGGS BERTHA DEBOER MARY MANN CARRIE VANHORN MARTHA CHAPIN FRANCIS MARRIS FRANCIS AVERILL HARRIETT SMITH CLARA SELLER RUTH GOODHUE Four Hundred Fifty-four IDE CHAMBERS BROWN SHIREY CADY VAXDEIXSE PEDDLE BECKETT LOCKWOOD HASLEY BEEBE LOVEWELL CARXAHAX NEIL YICKERY ZELLER SENIOR SOCIETY OFFICERS EUPHEMIA CARNAHAN MARY VAN DIENSE ELEANOR BROWN- FLORENCE SHIREY President Pice-President Secretary Treasurer BEATA HASLEY MARY VAN DIENSE EDITH CADY ELEANOR NEIL HELEN CHAMBERS FLORENCE SHIREY JULIET PEDDLE ELEANOR BROWN ACTIVE MEMBERS EUPHEMA CARNAHAN DOROTHY IDE ELIZABETH YICKERY RITA BEEBE MARGARET BECKETT NEVA LOVEWELL MARGARET ZELLER OLIVE KOCKWOOD FLORENCE BROWN Senior Society, an honorary society for independent senior girls, elects to its membership, approximately fifteen girls each year, eligibility being based upon campus activity, scholarship and personality. The purpose of the organization is to promote good fellowship and to foster a spirit of loyalty among the women of the University. Four Hundred F: DUNCAN EWINS LOCKWOOD SHIELDS GARIEPY WILKINS SMITH BENDER HOFFMASTER TEDROW STARK ROBINSON CORLEY TANNER STILLWAGEN N. ENRIQUEZ CUMMINGS COATES PURDY ANNING MUISKENS Roux GRUHZEIT STEVENS WILKIE LUDWICK HENKLE VANROYEN TUBES FOUST MC NNIS VANOSTEN WILSON BATEMAN BEAGLE GALE GLADHILL CASE ROBINSON BRAYBROOKS BRUEBAKER SECORE MICHIGAN DAMES MRS. LUDWICK MRS. WILKIE MRS. HENKLE MRS. STEVENS MRS. N. H. ANNING MRS. MRS. D. H. BRAKE MRS. MRS. H. E. BARTLETT MRS. MRS. G. L. BRUEBAKER MRS. MRS. R. E. BEAGLE MRS. MRS. J. A. BOYCE MRS. MRS. R. K. BROWN MRS. MRS. T. H. BRADSHAW MRS. MRS. J. L. BATEMAN MRS. MRS. W. K. BRAYBROOKS MRS. MRS. R. B. BEEBE MRS. MRS. A. M. BENDER MRS. MRS. A. E. COATES MRS. MRS. L. J. CARR MRS. MRS. R. B. CASE MRS. MRS. C. B. CUMMINGS MRS. MRS. E. B. CORLEY MRS. MRS. J. S. CLARK MRS. MRS. W. H. CARY MRS. MRS. J. L. DAVIDSON MRS. MRS. K. DUNCAN MRS. MRS. GEO. DUNCAN MRS. MRS. H. S. DAVY MRS. MRS. E. E. EWINS MRS. MRS. ENRIQUEZ MRS. MEMBERS W. L. FOUST MRS. J. W. FISH MRS. L. A. FROH MRS. M. L. FULLER MRS. J. R. FELLOWS MRS. L. GARIEPY MRS. E. GILLETT MRS. O. GRUHZEIT MRS. H. E. GLADHILL MRS. A. D. GARDNER MRS. G. M. GALE MRS. C. L. HUBBS MRS. H. R. HOFFMASTER MRS. R. A. HINDENACH MRS. L. J. JOHNSON MRS. GEO. LOCKWOOD MRS. R. C. LINTON MRS. J. E. LUDWICK MRS. E. B. McKiNLEY MRS. MclNNEs MRS. D. E. MOE MRS. J. MUISKENS MRS. J. E. PASTOR MRS. J. R. PARSONS MRS. L. B. PURDY President Fice-President Secretary Treasurer E. R. ROBINSON L. A. Roux STEVENS B. SEWELL SECORE H. SHIELDS EDWIN SMITH R. W. SMITH HEWITT SMITH N. A. SMITH STARK R. H. STILLWAGEN H. D. TUBES R. R. TANNER PAUL TEDROW J. C. VANNETTER J. VAN OSTEN C. J. VAN ROOYEN VAN ZYL LEE WILSON K. D. W T ILKINS C. A. WILKIE NORMAN WILLEY L. HENKLE Four Hundred Fifty-six CHASE SPAI-LDIXG SHIREY SCHNAPLE VlCKERY GuSTIN CADY KEMP SENIOR PLAY COMMITTEE PROF. BRVM.M MARGARET SCHNAPLE MILDRED CHASE HARRIET GCSTIN MARGARET SPAULDIXG FLORENCE SHIREY ISABEL KEMP EDITH CADY ELIZABETH VICKERY Director Chairman Assistant Chairman Business Manager Costume Chairman Music Chairman Program Chairman Property Chairman Publicity Chairman Four Hundred Fiflv-. ' tren MILLER BRACE TRUSCOTT SIDNEY GRISWOLD PUTNAM HALL GROUSE McVEY BLACKBURN HAYS TROWBRIDGE BROWN FRESHMAN GIRLS ' SOCIAL COMMITTEE KATHRYN BLACKBURN HELEN GRISWOLD Chairman Treasurer MARTHA MILLER GERALDINE TRUSCOTT MARGARET SIDNEY HELEN GRISWOLD ELLENOR PUTNAM GRACE HALL HELEN BRACE ALMA CROUSE VIRGINIA McVEY KATHRYN BLACKBURN MARGARET HAYS GLADYS TROWBRIDGE HELEN BROWN Four Hundred Fifty-eight STRATBUCKER WALLER KRAUS FRAZER HOEK STOXE MAXX ARNOLD BROWN WAITERS HELLER VOSBERG AXTHONY MERGES WAUSTROJJ WALDROX GIRLS ' MANDOLIN CLUB BERXICE FRASER BEATRICE HAEK MARGARET KRAUS Director Treasurer Librarian MEMBERS BERXICE FRASER MARION WAXSTROM MARGARET STOXE SARA WALLER MARIE WAITERS CATHERINE HELLER MARIOX BROWN- LILLIAN VINCENT VIRGINIA ANTHONY GERTRUDE STRATBUCKER RUTH WALDRON MARY MEXZES MARION VOSBURG MADELINE ARNOLD MARGARET KRAUS BEATRICE HAEK Four Hundred Fifty-nine STYLUS An honorary society, organized in 1908, to bring together a limited number of university girls who are interested particularly in the profession of letters, that they may come to know and help each other in literary work. STELLA BRUNT THEKLA ROESE ELINOR CHAMBERLAIN MARGARET TIBBALS ANNA HALLIDAY MARY VAN DEINSE AGNES HOLMQUIST SARAH WALLER AMY LOOMIS Lois WHITCOMB GRADUATES MARTHA GUERNSEY CONSTANCE HOPKIN MARGUERITE CLARK MILLER T-SQUARE SOCIETY A SOCIETY OF ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURAL WOMEN- JULIET PEDDLE .... .... President AUGUSTA STEWART .... ... I ' ice-President FRANCES SUTTON Secretary LOUISE ECKERT . . . . . . . . . Treasurer HONORARY MEMBERS Miss FLORENCE BANCROFT MRS. CAMILLA GREEN ALUMNA MEMBER MRS. LAWRENCE SIMS BARTELL ACTIVE MEMBERS MARION BUELL MARY HUNT LOUISE ECKERT HELEN KING ELOISE GODDARD JULIET PEDDLE CATHERINE HELLER AUGUSTA SUTTON GRACE HINSHAW ASSOCIATE MEMBERS MRS. TECEL ELLIOTT LALAH VAN SICKLE DOROTHY JONES ISABEL WOLFSTEIN Four Hundred Sixty Four Hundred Sixty-ont RENO BULKLEY ORNDOFF MEYER DlEKOFF RuELLE STEWART CHAMPION GREENEOUGH WOODWARD FEAD REINEKE HOEK KRAUS BUCK STORZ OIESEN SMITH MORROW THE MICHIGAN INTER-SORORITY ASSOCIATION Kappa Alpha Theta Gamma Phi Beta Delta Gamma Collegiate Sorosis Pi Beta Phi Kappa Kappa Gamma Alpha Phi . Delta Delta Delta CHAPTER MEMBERSHIP . 1879 Alpha Chi Omega 1882 Chi Omega 1885 Theta Phi Alpha . 1886 Alpha Xi Delta . 1888 Zeta Tau Alpha 1890 Kappa Delta 1892 Alpha Epsilon Phi . 1894 Alpha Omicron Pi 1898 1905 1912 1920 1920 1921 1921 1921 ALUMNAE Miss CONSTANCE WINCHELL MRS. NATHAN POTTER MRS. EARLE Dow MRS. ERMINE CASE MRS. SHIRLEY SMITH MRS. HERBERT MALLORY Miss RUTH BROWN Miss DELEGATES MRS. MRS. Miss MRS. MRS. Miss MRS. ESTELLE HOPPER 1921 HAZEL STORZ ELSA OIESEN ELISE SMITH OFFICERS 1922 WINIFRED BUCK MARGARET KRAUSS BEATRICE HOEK OFFICIAL DELEGATES WALTER STAEBLER CLAIR UPTHEGROVE EILEEN DONOHUE ROY COWDEX EDWIN DICKENSOX KATHERINE FARRAH EDWARD GILLETTE President Secretary Treasurer AUGUSTA STEWART CATHERINE GREENOUGH KATHERINE WOODWARD LOUISE BULKLEY MARGARET REINEKE HELENE TORREY GRETCHEN WALSER FRIEDA DIEKOFF JUNE RUELLE ELIZABETH ORXDUFF DOROTHY MORROW PAULINE FEAD RACHAEL RENO BEATRICE CHAMPION MARIE MYER BEATRICE HOEK Four Hundred Sixty-two ETA CHAPTER Established in 1879 .app eta MRS. S. L. BIGELOW MRS. C. H. COOLEY PATRONESSES Miss ALICE CROCKER MRS. I. C. WHEAT MRS. J. F. LAURENCE MRS. H. L. WILGUS MRS. ALICE WOODBRIDE MRS. S. XV. LADD SORORES IN LRBE MRS. H. C. ADAMS MRS. R. J. CARNEY Miss JOSEPHINE DAVIS MRS. A. G. RUTHVEN MRS. NELLIE BENDER MRS. DELIA S. FOGG Miss CONSTANCE WINCHELL MRS. G. R. SWAIN MRS. WILBUR BROTHERTON MRS. OTIS GREEN Miss DOROTHY BROWN MRS. F. B. VEDDER MRS. A. G. CANFIELD MRS. A. M. HIGHLEY MRS. S. C. RUNNELS MRS. J. J. WALSER MRS. HENRY WISNER ELIZABETH BURRIS REBECCA CONDON HARRIET COLCORD NORIIA BALZ DOROTHY BEAN JOSEPHINE BALZ DALLOFF BRAYTOS JEANE BRIGGS EDITH BISHOP SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE ESTHER LYON FINETTE MARTIN HELEN MC!NTOSH RUTH WERKHEISER ELSA OIESEN 1922 1923 ELIZABETH PHILLIPS ELIZABETH SCHIEFFELIN DOROTHY SPAULDING GAY WILGUS MARY ELLEN READ 1924 MARGARET DEMMON MARY HAYS AUGUSTA STEWART MARGARET HAYS FLORENCE JOHNSTON ELSA OHLUACHER 1925 ELIZABETH STYER MARTHA SCHNEIDER GLADYS TROWBRIDGE ISABELLA SWAN DOROTHY TREVOR ESTHER Ross FRANCES SWAIN SHIRLEY LAWTON CLAIRE SKINNICK KATHRYN BLACKBURN SKINXICK JOHNSON BISHOP BURRIS STEWART N. BALZ LAWTON BEAN- CONDON SWAIN OIESEN SPAULDING BLACKBURN HAYS J. BALZ Ross MARTIN SCHIEFFELIN MC!NTOSH LYON SWAN COLCORD PHILLIPS SCHNEIDER BRIGGS OHLUACHER HAYS TROWBRIDGE STYER READ Four Hundred Sixty-tkree Gamma Phi Befa BETA CHAPTER Established in 1882 MRS. ABBOT MRS. EDWARD ADAMS MRS. RAY BASSET MRS. JAMES BREAKEY DORIS SPRAGUE HELEN BISHOP DORIS CLARK KATHLEEN HATTON DOROTHY SAUNDERS DOROTHY BISHOP MARGARET BARNUM SORORES IN URBE MRS. WARD DAVIDSON MRS. JONES MRS. HENRY DOUGLAS MRS. EDWARD KINNE MRS. R. E. DRAKE Miss MELINDA KINYON Miss LINDA EBERBAUGH MRS. NATHAN POTTER SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 1922 MARGARET CRITTENDEN FRANCES WEIMER MILDRED HENRY ETHEL WILLIAMS ESTHER DEAN NYLAND HARRIET GUSTIN MERRY WAGNER HELEN HALL ELIZABETH PIKE DOROTHY WEIMER MARIAN MCKENZIE LUCILLE OSMER ARDYS STONER CARRIBEL SCHMIDT CATHERINE GREENOUGH CARROLL JENKS 1924 DOROTHY MAITLAND DOROTHY CAMPBELL HORTENSE HOAD CORNELIA SHEPHERD GAYLE ROBINSON MRS. I. N. SCOTT MRS. WILFRED SHAW Miss ELINOR SHELDON DR. ELOISE WALKER HELEN O ' LEARY LAURA GRIDLEY CONSTANCE LING NONA DOHERTY WINIFRED SMEATON VIRGINIA TANNER IMFRED GRIDLEY JENKS D. BISHOP SMEATON D. WEIMER HOAD MAITLAND TANNER SCHMIDT DOHERTY WAGNER HATTON CLARK GREENOUGH HALL H. BISHOP GUSTIN SPRAGUE CRITTENDEN F. WEIMER NYLAND HENRY WILLIAMS L. GRIDLEY McKENZiE CAMPBELL PIKE OSMER SHEPHERD ROBINSON W. GRIDLEY STONER O ' LEARY Four Hundred Sixty-four XI CHAPTER Established in 1885 MRS. EDWARD CAMPBELL MRS. RALPH AIGLER MRS. WILLIAM BROWX. MRS. JOHN EFFIXCER OLIVE KNOWLSON amrrtcL HONORARY MEMBERS MRS. MORTIMER COOLEY MRS. KARL GUTHE MRS. GARDNER WILLIAMS SORORES IN URBE FRANCES LYON MRS. HENRY SANDERS MARY MALCOMSOX MRS. IRVIXG SCOTT MRS. NORMAX MILLER MARTHA SEELEY MRS. CHARLES RASH JEAN SHARPE SORORE IN FACULTATE MlXA WiNSLOW SORORES IN INIVERSITATE LUCILLE KELLY ELIZABETH BELL DOROTHY BROWX GERTRUDE BAKER DORIS CROUSE HOPE HOLLADAY RUTH BlXXS ALMA CROUSE GEORGIA HICKS 1922 GENEVA PARKER 1923 POLLY PIPER WINIFRED BUCK CATHERIXE DODSLEY JOSEPHINE CONNABLE CATHERINE EVAXS HARRIET WILCOX Lois MILLER HELEX MILLIOX JOSEPHINE PATTOX 192+ MARGARET Dixox KJVTHERIXE LIVIXCSTOXE RUTH MAcDoxALD 1925 CATHERIXE RIGGS COXSTAXCE SMITH DOROTHY SOBER MARTHA MILLER LILLIAX WETZEL MIRIAM WETZEL MRS. HUGE THIEME MRS. SHIRLEY SMITH MRS. ILLIAM STOXEMAN MRS. HARRY RASCHBACHER MARGARET SCHNAPLE LAURA MILLS MARGARET WHYTE GERALDINE SPIU. KATHERINE WOODWARD CATHERINE MACDONALD COXSTAXCE MACDONALD MILLER OODWARD HALLADAY ' BIXNS MILLER SMITH RIGGS PATTON D. CROUSE ,SPILL Dixox EVAXS BUCK BROWX HICKS PARKER SCHNAPLE KELLY PIPER WHYTE CONNABLE A. CROUSE LIVINGSTON BAKER SOBER MACDONALD L. WETZEL WILCOX M. WETZEL BELL Four Hundrtd Sixty-fife HELEN BATES MRS. HENRY M. BATES MRS. CHRISTINE M. BREED GERTRUDE BROCK MRS. JOSEPH A. BURSLEY LYDIA CONDEN MARGARET COOLEY ESTHER KENNEDY ELIZABETH GIER HELEN THORPE MARTHA DODD EUNICE HUMPHREY HARRIET BURY ALICE POWELL FRANCES BONER FRANCES CLAP SORORES MARGARET CAMERON MRS. EDGAR DURFEE FLORENCE GREEN MRS. GRIFFETH HAYS MRS. HARRY HAWLEY Lois INGLIS ANNA LOYD MRS. EARL Dow IN URBE MRS. EARL MOORE NATALIE MURPHY CAROLINE PATTENGILL MRS. GEORGE PATTERSON MRS. WALTER PILLSBURY MRS. HARRISON RANDALL HESTER REED MRS. JESSE REEVES SORORES IN CAMILLA HAYDEN MARY RANDALL ELISE SMITH ELIZABETH GRISWOLD LOUISE BuLKLEY UNIVERSITATE LAURA SNYDER HELEN FEETHAM DANA PETTIBONE 1923 HELEN HUFF BONAR VAN ZANDT 1924 MARY CATHERINE KESSELL ALICE RUSSELL MARY McKiNLEY MARIAN KOLB GLADYS WELLS ELIZABETH DRAKE THELMA SMITH 1925 VIRGINIA McV ' EY JOANNA HOLBROOK GERTRUDE PENNANT Established in 1886 MRS. CHARLES SODLER MRS. WILLIAM SELLEW BERTHA SHAW MRS. RENE TALLAMON MRS. AUBREY TEALDI MRS. VICTOR VAUGHAN GRACE WEBB ROSAMONDE HOPKINS WINIFRED WILSON MARY IVES BEATRICE CAMPBELL MARGARET ANN KEEGAN ELENOR MEISEL ELIZABETH MALLOY Lou BLACKWOOD LUCILLE WHITFIELD KEEGAN KOLB RUSSELL BURY VAN ZANDT McKiNLEY KESSELL GRISWOLD HUMPHREY DODD IVES BULKLEY CAMPBELL HUFF WHITFIELD FEETHAM RANDALL HAYDEN SMITH GIER HOPKINS SNYDER PETTIBONE KENNEDY WILSON CLAP TENNANT MEISEL McVEY DRAKE HOLBROOK POWELL LEWIS Four Hundred Sixty-six MICHIGAN BETA CHAPTER Established in 1898 MRS. ALBERT BARRETT MRS. CHARLES BERRY MRS. DETLEV W. BROXK MRS. D. C. CHIPMAX Miss DOROTHY CHIPMAX MRS. HAL CONDIT GERTRUDE Boccs HOPE CHIPMAX OLIVE COLEMAX HELEN BL-STER GEORGIA CHURCH MARY GRIFFIN KATHERINE AIXSWORTH JESSIE BECKHAM GRACE HALL PATRONESSES MRS. MARTIX D ' OocE MRS. ISRAEL RUSSELL SORORES IN LRBE MRS. JAMES CORK MRS. RAY D. FISHER MRS. HUDSOX FLEISHAUER MRS. HOMER HEATH MRS. ERMINE CASE MRS. CARL HUBER MRS. FRANCIS KELSEY MRS. GEORGE LEWIS MRS. RALPH MILLER MRS. EARL McKixLEY MRS. ALFRED HOOKE SORORES IN LNIVERSITATE RUTH DEEMER MADALYX KIRKPATRICK CHRISTIXE MURKETT GERTRUDE HAYS LUCY HUBER MARIAN MCLEAN- MADELINE BROWN- NATALIE GLOVER NAXETTE CARXAHAN ELIZABETH HULBERT 1922 1923 ADA NUTTEN MARGARET SPAULDING HAZEL STORZ MARGARET REINEKE RUTH SOUTHERTOX AXITA SOWER 1924 1925 HELEN DELBRIDGE DOROTHY JEFFREY ELIZABETH LAUVER 5 HELEN PORTER ' MRS. HUGH CABOT MRS. FRANK PARKER MRS. HENRY Rices Miss MARCIA STURGIS MRS. ALBERT WHITE MRS. ALFRED WHITE MARGARET TIBBALS MARY JANE LAWSON FRANCES STRYKER MAUDE TALCOTT CAROLINE WATERMAN PROCTOR SPALDING LUCILLE WHITNEY HELENE SCHUMACHER TOLCOTT STRYKER AIXSWORTH BUSTER HALL PORTER CHIDESTER McLEAN JEFFREY BECKHAM CARXAHAX WHITNEY BROWX DELBRIDGE LAUVER SPAULDING GLOVER GRIFFIX HAYES SOUTHERTON SOWER HUBER REIXEKE NUTTEX MURKETT CHIPMAN TIBBALS COLEMAX Boccs STORZ M. SPALDIXG KIRKPATRICK DEEMER LAWSON Fotir Hundred Sixty-seven Kappa Kappn C jam ma BETA DELTA CHAPTER Established in 1890 MRS. L. A. BARRETT MRS. MARION L. BURTON FANDIRA CROCKER MRS. S. V. DONALDSON GLADYS DETWYLER MARIAN BLOOD ELIZABETH BROWNING SADYE HARWICK HARRIET ACKLEY STATIRA BUTMAN MARIAN JOCELYN PATRONESSES MRS. ALFRED LEE MRS. STANLEY STEVENS MRS. SAMUEL MOORE MRS. JOHN SUNDWALL SORORES IX URBE ALICE HARRISON MRS. HERBERT MALLORY POLLY LITTLE MRS. K. C. McMuRRAY MRS. PERISH LOVEJOY MRS. E. E. NELSON SORORES IN UNTVERSITATE DOROTHY DUBUAR RUTH GOODHUE GENEVIEVE HOYT MARGARET MAC!NTYRE AMANDA McKiNNEY HELEN PARTLOW SADIEBETH HEATH HELEN MCBRATNIE 1922 1923 JOYCE McCuRDY RUTH ROBINSON CAROL PIERSON MIRIAM REID DORIS ROBINSON V RANGES SUTTON 1924 RUTH STURMER FAYE WIGHT 1925 ELIZABETH LAPHAM ELIZABETH RANCK RUTH TUTTLE MRS. ALLEN WHITNEY SARAH PARKER MRS. ULRICK PHILLIPS DOROTHY WHIPPLE HELENE TORREY JOYCE VAN ALSTYNE DOROTHY " AN DEURSEN HELEN KEYSER ELSA SCHREIBER HOYT MCBRATNIE STURMER KEYSER HEATH WIGHT BROWNING D. ROBINSON REID VAN ALSTYNE McKiNNEY SUTTON DUBUAR WHIPPLE McCuRDY DETWYLER GOODHUE R. ROBINSON TUTTLE PARTLOW BLOOD VAN DEURSEN JOCELYN BVTMAX ACKLEY HARWICK PIERSON MAC!NTYRE TORREY RANCK SCHREIBER Four Hundred Sixty-eight ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1890 fcpsilon lota. MAUDE ABBOTT MRS. HUGH CABOT MRS. EDWARD BRAGG HONORARY MEMBERS EMVIA CALL BERTHA VAX HOOSEX ELIZA MOSHER FLORENCE SABIN STEWART PATRONESSES MRS. REUBEN PETERSOX MRS. R. BISHOP CAXFIELD MRS. ALBERT BARRETT SORORES IN URBE MRS. DAVID M. COWIE DR. JEAXNE C. SOLIS EJIILIE A. ARNOLD MARGARET ROTTSCHAEFER MARY C. SAXE SORORES IN UNIX ERSITATE 1922 ISLA C. DEPREE FRANCIS E. DWORAK 1923 LORXA M. SPEXZER 19-4 THELMA C. FREEMAX GERALDIXE M. HAMILTON IREXE M. MARTIX LOUISE O. KAPPES HELEX SLAUGHTER RUTH P. STOKE RUTH C. SXYDER FREEMAX HAMILTON SPEXZER KAPPES STOXE SXYDER SAXE ARNOLD ROTTSCHAEFER SLAUGHTER DWORAK MARTIN Four Hundred Sixty-nine . THETA CHAPTER Established in 1892 MRS. JUNIUS BEAL ADA ARNOLD MINNIE BOEYAN BEAL HELEN BROWN IONE BROWN RUTH BROWN FLORENCE THIEME MARJORIE MAKER HELEN SHAW DOROTHY JONES DEBORAH JONES SUSAN FITCH MARGARET BEAL MARTHA HOWELL PATRONESSES MRS. A. H. LLOYD MRS. CHRISTOPHER PARNALL MRS. FREDERIC WALDRON MRS. R. M. WENLEY MRS. REUBEN PETERSON SORORES IN URBE ESTHER BURY CLARKE JEANNETTE SMITH FLORER FRANCES GILL LUCILE RUFFE GRANT ELIZABETH HALL HAYDEN HlLDEGARDE HEUSEL ALICE SMITH MAY KATHERINE SHAY MORRILL MARY PALMER GARCE FLAGG RAIKES FRANCES F. ZIMMERMAN SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE MARY MOSELEY JOSEPHINE WALTER ELIZABETH HOWARD HELEN MOSELEY MARGARET WARTHIN GRETCHEN WALSER SARAH RANDALL 1922 1923 JEAN THOMAS FLORENCE FREEMAN ELINOR CHAMBERLAIN CAROLINE NAPIER CHARLOTTE SCHURZ LESLEY FROST MARGARET PEET HARRIET WILSON 1924 I 1925 FLOY ROBISON HELEN BRACE HAZEL ALDEN KATHERINE SMITH MARGARET SMITH MABEL COOK TILLEY MARION WILLIAMS MARION WOOD MARION ACKERMAN BARBARA WAGNER LILIAN CADWELL FRANCIS FLORER ANN HINSHAW DOROTHY MACFARLAN FLORENCE GILLIS BETHANY LOVELL BEAL HOWELL PEET WILSON LOVELL BRACE ALDEN MACFARLAN RANDALL JONES HINSHAW FLORER WARTHIN JONES ROBISON FROST SCHURZ THIEME MAKER SHAW MOSELEY WALTER WALSER CADWELL WAGNER ACKERMAN NAPIER CHAMBERLAIN FREEMAN THOMAS MOSELEY HOWARD Four Hundred Seventy THETA CHAPTER Established in 1898 MRS. C. O. DAVIS MRS. C. X. CHVRCH MRS. I. B. CLAM CATHERINE COBVRX LYDIA COXDOX MRS. C. C. GLOVER MRS. W. M. GERMAN HELEX MIDDLESWART GRACE FORD FLOREXCE BUTCHER GLADYS CATHERWOOD HELEX WALDROX HAZEL ECKHART RUTH CHRISTEXSEX HORTEXSE MILLER GWEN SAXTO FLOREXCE PROBST MARGARET VOELKER PATROXESSES MRS. X. S. HOFF MRS. U. J. WILE SORORES IX URBE M. HAWXHVRST MRS. LEOXARD MILLER MRS. G. HEIDEMAX MRS. H. B. MILLS MRS. C. K. HILLS MYRA Moox MRS. R. B. HOWELL MRS. H. V. XICHOLS MAUDE KLEYX MRS. A. P. OHLMACHER MRS. C. F. KYER M. REYXOLDS MRS. HAZEX MILLER SORORES IX UXIV ERSITATE OXEITA EMMOXS RLTH MILLS HAZEL FORRESTER 1922 MARIE STVEFER THEKLA ROESE 1923 MIXA GriLFORD AVON- RICH ELIZABETH HAWXHURST BERXICE ROWE LOUISE GRAHAM JVXE RVELLE GWEX WHITEHOUSE KATHERIXE SPAFFORD 1924 KATHLEEX PATTERSOX MARJORIE ROSECRAXS FLOREXCE RAXKIX ELSIE STEVEXS ESTHER MAVLBETSCH RITH VAX CAMP DOROTHY KXAPP 1925 ISABEL XICHOLS DORIS ARNOLD MARJORIE WESTBROOK MRS. C. R. SIXK MRS. H. B. TROSPER MRS. T. WILLIAMS MRS. S. M. YUTZY DAPHXE DODDS MRS. WALTER STAEBLER SARA WALLER XAOMA XEVBECK A DELE UNCER ESTHER WELTY FLOREXCE HEMIXGWAY KATHLEEX BOYD MARIOX SCHMIDT M ARIOX XICHOLS GERTRVDE MAE DODDS BLAXCHE BROWXIXG RVELLE SALESBURY SEWELL RAXKIX STEVEXS PATTERSOX CHRISTEXSEX SCHMIDT MILLER HAWXHVRST HEMIXGWAY BOYD GUILFORD RICH SPAFFORD UXGER GRAHAM WHITEHOUSE WELTY DODDS BtTCHER XEUBECK ROESE MILLS STECFER MIDDLESWART WALDROX FORD ECKHART ROSECRAXS XICHOLS VOELKER PROBST ARXOLD VAN CAMP SAXTO MAVLBETSCH XICHOLS KXAPP Four Hundred Sr?rn1y-one MU PHI EPSILON GAMMA CHAPTER Founded in 1903 CARRIE JACOBS-BOND SOPHIE BRESLAN MADAME CAHIER CECILE CHAMINADE JULIA GULP MAUDE FAYE MRS. C. H. EATON MAYME AUDETTE NELL BROWN MRS. A. L. CLARK ALICE HALL ALTHEA BIRD AVA COMIN DOROTHY COZAD WINIFRED DICKENSON NITA FAUGHT NATIONAL HONORARY SORORES MABLE GARRISON LUCY GATES ELMA GERHART ALMA GLUCK KATHERINE GOODSON JANE OSBORN HANNAH MADAME SCHUMANN-HEINK LENORA JACKSON MARGARET HAYES ETHEL LEGINSKI TINA LERNER NINA MORGANA PATRONESSES MRS. C. VV. GILL MRS. R. J. KEMPF MRS. L. D. WINES SORORES IN URBE MRS. A. J. HALL MRS. GRACE KONALD ESTHER HOOD EDITH KOON MILDRED HATCH MRS. M. MAC KOY MRS. PAUL KEMPF MRS. HARRY McCxuRE MARY BAILEY ULVILD SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE ANN FEAD DORIS MILLER NORMA FULLER GLADYS MORTON ERMINE HACKBARTH ALICE McVAE NORA HARSH NEVA NELSON LELA JEFFREYS EVELYN PACE MRS. WILFRED WILSON MRS. ELINOR PEACOCK ROSA PONSELLE GERMAINE SCHNITZER MYRNA SHARLOW MAGGIE TEYTE MRS. E. S. PERRY OLIVE McLouTH MRS. RALPH RYCHENER MRS. D. E. SEELEY FRANCIS SEELEY DOROTHY PATON IRENE SCHULTZ RUTH SCHEIDLER DORIS STARKWEATHER EDNA VOSPER MILLER COMIN STARKWEATHER SCHULTZ HACKBARTH PACE FAUGHT RYCHENER MORTON SCHEIDLER McVAE COZAD HOBART BRAGG McHENRY RIMER BRODENSON BIRD Four Hundred Seventy-two ETA CHAPTER Established in 1905 MRS. H. V. EMERSON- MRS. E. K. HERDMAX MRS. F. E. BARTELL Miss H. CALHOUX MRS. P. DEKRIUF MRS. J. FAIRMAN MARTHA GUERNSEY CAROLINE LEONARD AMY LOOM is HELEN DAVEXPORT PORTIA GOULDER J. CLIVEOUS HANCOCK MADELINE ARNOLD ELIZABETH CAIN DOROTHY GOOCH PATRONESSES MRS. V. HUMPHREYS MRS. C. K. KAUFFMAN MRS. L. C. KARPIXSKI MRS. T. E. RANKIN SORORES IN URBE MRS. E. C. GODDARD MRS. E. MITCHELL Miss E. HOLLAXDS Miss I. NEW-MANN MRS. V. J. HUSSEY Miss D. PETTIT MRS. F. N. MEXEFEE MRS. J. SCHLOTTERBECK SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE GRADUATE DOROTHY JONES FAITH PALMERLEE CAROL MC! OXALD HELEN MITCHELL EDITH PARKER ELIZABETH RIG BY THEKLA WERMUTH MILDRED HARRINGTON MARION KOCH FANDIRA LUDIXGTOX FLORENCE MOHR DOROTHY ROCKWELL MIRIAM MANSFIELD ADELAIDE SCHERER 1923 GERTRUDE NEUMANN ELIZABETH ORNDUFF MATTIE PROUDFOOT 1924 MIRIAM WICKSALL MARY WILEY 1925 VIRGINIA MCLAREX AXXE SIMS MRS. F. W. STEVENS MRS. C. C. WASHBURXE MRS. E. T. SEARLES Miss F. TODD MlSS L. TlNKHAM MRS. C. UPTHEGROVE JULIA LOCKWOOD EVELYN ROCKWELL MARION TRUE HELEN ROBERTS MIRIAM SCHLOTTERBECK FRIEDA WISHROPP MARGUERITE McLEOD WICKSALL DAVEXPORT WISHROPP D. ROCKWELL MOHR ARNOLD WILEY CAIN HARRINGTON NEUMANN PROUDFOOT KOCH HANCOCK ROBERTS ORNDUFF GOULDER SCHLOTTERBECK RIGBY E. ROCKWELL LOOMIS TRUE LEONARD WERMUTH PARKER MCDONALD MANSFIELD GOOCH SIMS McLAREx McLEOD SCHERER LUDINGTON Four Hundred Seventy-three AlpKc ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1912 1 MRS. MORRIS BLACK MRS. MARIE K. COROCRAN LAURA DAVIS PATRONESSES DR. DEANE MRS. T. MACKAVANAUGH MRS. ANNA DOYI.E MRS. W. A. MCLAUGHLIN SORORES IN URBE MRS. J. J. QUARRY EILEEN DONAHUE SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE MRS. W. N. ST. PETER MRS. JULIA WILCOX ALICE WOESNER ROSE L. CORBETT MARIE GAERTNER VIRGINIA BRODELL MARY HOWE 1922 KATHERINE HEAI.Y GERTRUDE McGRAiN ATHALIE HOUGH GERALDINE TROY DOROTHY KOEPEL BEULAH MORENCY 1923 DOROTHY MORROW FRANCES O ' HARA MARIE WILLIAMS JEANETTE OESNER LUCILLE TROY MARCELLA GFELL MARGARET KIEL 1924 KATHERINE KONWINSKI ACNES LYONS FRANCES O ' REILLY MADELINE McGuRK EDNA MORENCY MADELYN VINOPAI. KATHLEEN KELLEHER 1925 GERTRUDE MACAUI.EY RUTH MOUNTAIN JOSEPHINE STEARNS GAERTNER MORROW BRODELL LYONS McGuRK MORENCY CORBETT HOUGH O ' HARA E. MORENCY FINLEY HEALY TROY WILLIAMS HOWE McGRAiN STEARNS MACAULEY KOEPEL WOESNER KIEL KONWINSKI O ' REILLY VINOPAL Four Hundred Seventy-four IOTA CHAPTER Established in 1894 MRS. HORATIO ABBOTT MRS. JOHN R. BRUMM MRS. ARTHUR H. COVERT MRS. WILLIAM A. FRAYER MRS. CHARLES C. FRIES DOROTHY BAISLEY MILDRED CHASE MILDRED COULTER FRANCES AMES IRENE BAISLEY CONSTANCE BALDWIN- ELIZABETH CARSON- FRIEDA DlEKHOFF MARION BARLOW PATRONESSES MRS. HORACE V. KING MRS. CARL BRAUN SORORES IN URBE MRS. PAUL WARREN MRS. CHARLES S. MILLEN MRS. THOMAS LOWERIE MRS. A. T. MONTGOMERY Miss MARGARET VINTON MRS. A. I. ORTENBURGER Miss ESTELLE HOOPER MRS. LEIGH J. YOUNG SORORES IN UNTVERSITATE 1922 EDNA GROFF FRANCES LUTES DOROTHY HARD HELEN McCALi.UM ISABEL KEMP KATHERINE MONTGOMERY FLORENCE BOOMHOWER RUTH GILHAMS ELIZABETH HUTCHINS DORIS GILHAMS LAURELLA HOLLIS CHARLOTTE ECKERT " ERNA TREBILCOCK 1923 CHARLOTTE HINRICHS MARGARET KRAUSE MAXINE KILBURN 1924 ELIZABETH HUMPHREY AMY MARTIN 1925 THELMA RAYMOND DOROTHY WARREN- MRS. EDWIN H. KRAUS Miss HANNAH CHAMPLIN Miss CONSTANCE HOPKIN Miss GERDA OKERLAND DORA RITCHIE JEAN WATERBURY HELEN MILLER MARGARET SIMMONS WINIFRED WILMOT ELSA SCHULER MARGARET STAIR ANN SCALES MILLER KRAUS CARSON DIEKHOFF HUMPHREY D. GILHAMS HOLLIS I. BAISLEY KERR AMES R. GILHAMS BOOMHOWER WILMOT KILBURN HUTCHENS CHASE HARD GROFF WATERBURY MONTGOMERY RITCHIE KEMP D. BAISLEY LUTES McCALLUM COULTER STAIR SCALES RAYMOND WARREN BARLOW TREBILCOCK ECKERT HINRICKS MARTIN Four Hundred Serfnt -fy( X T elt ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER Established in 1920 MRS. R. COWDEN SORORES IN URBE MRS. A. R. CRITTENDON MRS. A. F. SHULL SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE MARGUERITE BARRELL MILDRED LAWTON CATHERINE LILLIE SCHULZ INKS RIEGER MARGARET SLATER KATHLEEN CURRAH 1922 HELEN SPRICK MARIE STAPLES ELLA VON SPRECKEN EVELYN COUGHLIN MARTHA MACLEAN MARJORIE POUNDSTONE HARRIET GOODALL 1923 MARIE ZIMMERMAN CATHERINE HALSEY DOROTHY YATES FRANCES PEABODY MARGARET HUEBNER DAMA GODFREY PAULINE FEAD 1924 KATHRYN COLE LAURA HYDE MARIAN HANSON ELIZABETH BOYD HELEN WIGHTMAN LOYCE GUSHING RUTH JARVIS ANNETTA COLE 1925 JUNE NOTLEY RUTH BOWMAN ZIMMERMAN YATES FEAD PEABODY CURRAH SLATER COLE SPRICK RIEGER POUNDSTONE COUGHLIN SCHULZ VON SPRECKEN HUEBNER NOTLEY STAPLES GUSHING HALSEY LAWTON GOODALL BOWMAN HANSON JARVIS BOYD MACLEAN THOMAS HYDE GODFREY BUFFINGTON Four Hundred Seventy-six SIGMA ZETA CHAPTER Established in 1921 MRS. E. R. SUNDERLAND MRS. C. C. MELOCHE MARIAN DAWLEY MONICA ALLEN MARGUERITE GEIGER BARBARA BAKER BEATRICE CHAMPION MARGARET BECK BERXADETTE COTE LORA COTE CHARLOTTE BLAGDON PATRONESSES MRS. HARRY BACKER MRS. R. W. COWDEN SORORES IX URBE VELDA BOGERT ELLA HYMAXS ALINE CAKE LILLIAN MUNRO MARGARET FULLERTON ELLEN STEVENSON SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE MARGARET GILLIES ANNE MAKIELSKI 1922 MARTHA RATLIFF EDNA STEVENS MARIAN NICHOLS GRACE FRY LEONE JACOBS RUTH KING 1923 ELEANOR MILLER KATHRYN POTTER MARJORIE WESTERMAX HELEN GREGORY ELIZABETH HALFERT BLANCHE KYNAST 1924 ALVA MOORE ESTHER SANDBERG ELEANOR STEELE ELIZABETH JAMESON 1925 EDNA CHRISTENSEN OLIVE HYMAXS MARGARET SLAVEXS MARGUERITE SPAULDIXG KATHERIXE FARRAH ELEANOR FULLERTON ELSIE TOWNS END ALICE WARNER ZELLA SENFF ELIZABETH WASON ELIZABETH STIMSON MARION WILLIS PAULINE GALLAGHER ELIZABETH LEIBERMANN ILLIS CHAMPION BAKER FRY KING MILLER LEIBERMAXX SPAULDIXG TOWXSEXD SLAVEXS WARNER ALLEN BOGERT JACOBS L. COTE GILLIES ESTERMAX BLAGDOX STIMSOX POTTER SEXFF NICHOLS KYNAST ' ASOX GEIGER HALFERT SANDBERG CHRISTEXSEX MOORE HYMAXS JAMESOX B. COTE STEELE Four Hundred Seventy-seven ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER Established in 1920 MRS. C. E. GRIFFEN MARJERY DEAM FLORENCE DERRICK MARY BOYD ALICE DOWNING PATRONESSES MRS. BURKE SHARTEL MRS. R. A. SAWYER MRS. LUTHER JAMES SORORES IN URBE MRS. E. M. DICKINSON LUCILLE LITAKER SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 1922 VIOLET FOSTER ALICE JOHNSON MARGARET GAMBLE ISABEL KELLERS MARTHA SHEPARD 19-3 ELEANOR DRYSDALE LAURA MEADER ELIZABETH FORSYTHE SYLVIA RALSTON MARIAN WOODMANSEE MRS. D. H. DAVIS LAURA PATTERSON MARGARET SCAMAHORNE ELISE THIELMAN MARGUERITE WARREN MARGARET BLACK JOSEPHINE FORD HELEN ROBINSON 1924 ANITA JOHNSON MARIAN TAYLOR RACHAEI. RENO MARY MONTGOMERY 1925 MAXINE ROACH DOWNING JOHNSON SCOTT McRosB BOYD DRYSDALE RENO RALSTON MEADER DEAM PATTERSON FORSYTHE FOSTER SHEPARD DERRICK SCAMAHORNE WARREN GAMBLE THIELMAN WOODMANSEE BLACK ROACH TAYLOR A. JOHNSON FORD ROBI NSON Four Hundred Seventy-eight ' " OM1CRON PI CHAPTER Established in 1920 AlpK pna MRS. R. V. BUNTING PATRONESSES Miss HENRIETTA SCRANTON SORORES IX URBE MRS. E. P. GILLETTE Miss HELEN FROST SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE MRS. WILLIAM INGLES IRMA SCHXAUFFER 1922 BEATRICE SMITH HELENA SILVER DOROTHY ABERNATHY ANNA GABLER LUVERX HAYS VELMA CARTER ELEANOR EATON HILDA BATEMAN LILIAN HERMAN BEATRICE HOEK DOROTHY JACOBS HELEN HOWARD MARJORIE KERR IRENE LUTZ 1923 ABIGAIL ROBERTS KATHERINE SWAYZE MARION TANNER 1924 VIRGINIA SMITH IRENE SWAIN- DOROTHY YLIE 1925 MARGARET HANSELMAN RUTH MOREY MARION WHEELER LORNA KETCHAM LORREINE O ' BRIEAN ISABEL WATERWORTH MARIE WAITERS MURIEL RAY TANNER HERMAN V. SMITH WATERWORTH B. SMITH CARTER HAYS JACOBS WYLIE SCHNAUFFER EATON WAITERS HOEK ABERNATHY ROBERTS SWAIN KETCHAM HOWARD WHEELER KERR SWAYZE SILVER GABLER BATEMAN RAY MOREY Four Hundred Seventy-nine ALPHA EPSILON PHI PI CHAPTER Established in 1909 MAREE MYER EMELIE LEVIN BERNICE KAHN PATRONESS MRS. DAVID A. BROWN SORORES IN URBE MRS. MORITZ LEVI MRS. I. LEO SHARFMAN SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 1922 SALLY EHRLICH ROSE TOBIAS RUTH ARIE ISABEL WOLFSTEIN 1923 ANNE MUSHKIN YOLETTE FlNSTERWALD BERNICE FRAZER DOROTHY FRANK 1924 MARION LEVI ELSIE GERARD 1925 FANNIE ROBERTS FRAZER LEVIN WOLFSTEIN FlNSTERWALD TOBIAS ROBERTS MYER ARIE EHRLICH GERARD LEVIN FRANK KAHN MvSHKIN Four Hundred Eighty PHYDELIANS LOCAL 1921 DEVERA STEINBERG 1922 SAYDE STRAUSS CELIA BURKE LEONA HORWITZ 1923 EITA KROM HlNDA RuwiTCH MABEL AUGUST BEATRICE COOPER 1924 HELEN SHETZER SARAH LEVIN- LEAH LEVIN MARION MOVER 1925 JENNIE ZIERER PLEDGES REBA ABRAMSON LILEON KAHN LILLIAN ROSENBAUM SHETZER MOVER RUWITCH AUGUST STEINBERG ZIERER STRAUSS BURKE COOPER S. LEVIN HORWITZ KROM L. LEVIN Four Hundred Eighty-one Martha Cook Dormitory Kent Hall Helen Newberry Residence Alumnae House Betsy Barbour House Hall House Adelia Cheever House Westminster Hall C Four Hundred Eighty-two MARTHA COOK BUILDING A residence hall for women erected in memory of Martha olford Cook. .. First opened for students in October, 1915 (Dartha Cook Dormitory Miss GRACE GREENWOOD Miss FRANCES C. MACK Miss LOUISE ROE Miss MARY GRISWOLD JULIET PEDDLE ALICE JOHNSON BEATA HALSEY DOROTHY IDE BOARD OF GOVERNORS MRS. ANNE SHIPMAN STEVENS MRS. HARRY C. BULKLEY Miss GRACE G. MILLARD HOUSE DIRECTORS HOUSE OFFICERS STUDENT RESIDENTS ALMA ACKLEY DORIS ADAMS HELEN ANDERSON MARY BALOYAN MARGARET BECK MARGARET BECKETT RITA BEEBE ETHEL BISBING CATHERINE BRYSON JEANETTE CAPLAX SADIE CNOSSEN MARGARET COWAN CLARABELE DAY BERTHA DEBOER MARJORY DEAM LOUISE DEKRAKER EDNA DOUGHTY HAZEL FORRESTER VIOLET FOSTER MARION BLOOD HARRIET BLUM VIRGINIA BRODEL MARGARET CHRISTIAN GOLDIE CORNELIUSON KATHRYN DODSLEY FRANCES ELY GLEE FOSLER DOROTHY GELTZ MARION HALL BERNICE FRAZER MARGARET GAMBLE MARGARET GILLIES RUTH HADDOCK ELIZABETH HAMER BEATA HASELY CATHERINE HELLER ARLINE HERNAM HELEN HOUGH IRENE HUNTER DOROTHY IDE GRETTA IUTZI ALICE JOHNSON RUTH KEITH MARGARET KIRKPATRICK MARION KOEPKE MARGERY LANG RITA LOVE - 1922 NEVA LOVEWEI.L FRANCES McCALL MARY MENGES CORINNE MERKEL GERALDINE MILLER HELEN MUNGER MADGE NEWLIN LUCILLE NICHOLS IRENE NORRIS LAURA PATTERSON THELMA PECKHAM JULIET PEDDLE LORENE ROWEN EDELINE RODEN MARION SCALE CLARA SHINOVER MARGARET STONE FLORENCE TULLEDGE LUVERNE HAYS THELMA HENDERSON GRACE HUNTER FRANCES JACKSON- DOROTHY JACOBS FANDIRA LUDINGTON JEAN LUNDBERG DOROTHY MAYWOOD PHYLLIS MELLENCAMP JANET MENGES 1923 LILA MERGARD ANNE MUSHKIN MILDRED NEFF PHYLLIS NORRIS JEANETTE PALMER MARION PATCH CHARLOTTE PHELPS MIRIAM REID MARION RUSSELL MARY SCOVILI. JULIET PEDDEL ALICE JOHNSON BEATA HASLEY DOROTHY IDE EDNA DOUGHTY DOROT HY MAYWOOD GRADUATES ASHA LATIKA HALDAR STUDENT BOARD OF GOVERNORS Dirfctoi Business . fanagrr House Director A ' igA Chapfrone President rife- President Treasurer Secretary MARY VAX-DEINSE CARRIE ' AN HORN RUTH VAN HORN MARGARET VINTON MARION VOSBURGH LUCILLE WALLACE SARA WALLER LUCILLE WELLS HILDA WESTER Lois WHITCOMB CLARABEL WIGGINS HELEN WILSEY ELLEN WONDERO LEONA WRIGHT LOREEN WRIGHT MARGARET WOTTEN MARGARET ZELLER ADELE ZIMMERMAN BERNESE WARSAW ELIZABETH SMITH HELENE SOOY MABEL STRONG MARTHA THAYER SYLVIA VON HASSENZAHL RUTH W ALDON LUCILE WELTY RUTH WERKHEISER VIRGINIA WHITSON EMILY WIRES President rite-President Treasurer Secretary Senior Representative Junior Representative Four Hundred Eighty-three ngngrc UUUIU I. HELEN NEWBERRY RESIDENCE A residence for women erected by Truman Handy Xewberry, John Stoughton Newberry, and Helen Newberry Joy, in memory of their mother, Helen Handy Newberry. BOARD OF GOVERNORS MRS. HENRY B. JOY Miss CLAIRE SANDERS MRS. ALEXIS C. ANGELL MRS. HENRY DOUGLAS MRS. MYRA B. JORDAN Miss HELEN C. BISHOP Miss NELL M. ROYER Miss ELEANOR NEIL Miss ANNE BROENE EUPHEMIA CARNAHAN ILENE FISCHER EDNA STEVENS CATHERINE STAFFORD EUPHEMIA CARNAHAN ILENE FISCHER EDNA STEVENS CATHERINE STAFFORD FRANCES AMES LILLIAN SCHER ANNE BROENE RUTH KING ELSA SCHULER EDNA KADOW ADELAIDE SHERER SENIORS ANNE BREONE ELEANOR BROWN STELLA BRUNT EDITH CADY EUPHEMIA CARNAHAN MILDRED CHASE SALLY EHRLICH EDNA GROFF JOYCE McCuRDY ELEANOR NEIL EDNA STEVENS ISABEL WOLFSTEIN CLARA SELLERS LILLIAN STUDNESS JUNIORS FRANCES AMES DOROTHY BEAN GEACE DOUGHTY IMOGENS FARNUM ILENE FISCHER KITA FUKUI REBA HADLEY MABEL KADOW RUTH KING MATSUI MATSUMOTO ANNABEL PAXTON MARION SANDERS HOUSE STAFF HOUSE OFFICERS STUDENT EXECUTIVE BOARD MARGUERET SIMMONS SOPHOMORES MADELINE ARNOLD GLADYS ALLEN Lois BARR MARGERY BRANDO PAMELA BROWN CHARLOTTE ERMAN ROSALIND FREUND PORTIA GOUI.DER DOROTHY GREENWALD AILEEN HARLEY ELIZABETH HALFERT SADYEBETH HEATH DOROTHY JENNERS EMILY JENNERS MARIAN MACKENZIE MARJORIE POUNDSTONE LILLIAN SCHER ELSA SCHULER GENEVIEVE SPROT CATHERINE STAFFORD RUTH SUTHERLAND VIRGINIA TANNER FRANCES THOMAS LUCILLA WALKER FRESHMEN HELEN BROWN Director Business Manager Night Chaperone Asst. Night Chaperone President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Social Chairman Fire Captain Senior Representative . Junior Representative Sophomore Representative Freshman Representative Freshman Representative FLORENCE FULLER MARGARET ELLIOT DOROTHY GIBSON HELEN GRISWOLD HELEN GUSTINE JULIA HAN EDNA KADOW DOROTHY KNAPP CLARA LAU KATHERINE LIVINGSTONE RUTH MCDONALD MARGUERITE MARKHAM MARTHA MILLER GERTRUDE MACAULAY RUTH MOREY DOROTHY MORRIS FLORENCE PETERSON MARGARET PEET ELLENOR PUTNAM MURIEL RAY ADELAIDE SCHERER MARGARET SIDNEY ANNE SIMS DOROTHY SPENCER JANE SKILLEN RUTH SINZ GERAI.DINE TRUSCOTT BEATA WAGNER Four Hundred Eighty-four 1 1 jQ BETSY BARBOUR - r 1 m fatf HOUSE si - 3.5! M HKJW -l m- - Betsy Bar bour House A residence for women erected by Mr. Lev! L. Barbour in memory of his mother, Betsy Barbour. First opened for students in October, 1920 BOARD OF GOVERNORS MRS. JOHN R. EFFINGER Ann Arbor MRS. MYRA B. JORDAN Ann Arbor MRS. JULIUS A. SCHLOTTERBECK . Ann Arbor MRS. LEROY JONES . Detroit MRS. A. W. DIACK Detroit HOUSE STAFF Miss ELEANOR SHELDON Director Miss LILAH HAINER Business Manager Miss FRANCES MARRIS Night Chaperone HOUSE OF FICERS CONSTANCE BALDWIN President GLADYS McCoxxAL f ice-President JEMIMA MILLER GRACE FRY HOUSE ROLL FRANCIS AVERILL 1922 HELEN CONDON DORIS PORTER FLORENCE BROWN MARIAN FALK KYUNG-PAN TSONG BLANCHE BULLOCK NoRMA JuDSON LINA WARD BERNICE BUNKER FRANCES MARRIS HELEN WHITE HELEN CHAMBERS CAROL MCDONALD HELEN ANDERSON 1923 LOUISE ECKERT GLADYS McCoNNAL CONSTANCE BALDWIN MARGARET FAIRBANKS LUCILE MEYERING EVELYN CADY GRACE FRY CARA MURBACH GEORGIA CHURCH Ai LAN GIANG ELLEN PORTER HELEN CURRIE HELEN DIXON ATALIE JORDAN EM E LIE LEVIN KAMEYO SADAKATA GERTRUDE BAKER 1924 HELEN GILLESPIE ELIZABETH PIKE DOROTHY BOGAN IXONA HlBBARD SARAH RANDALL KITTY BROADHEAD HARRIETT HOLLON FLOY ROBISON DOROTHY CAMPBELL RUTH HOWELL MARYETTE RYAN HELEN CHIDESTER LAURA HYDE HELEN SLY CHARLOTTE CLAGETT IDA JENKS DOROTHY SOBER BERNADETTE COTE MARGARET ANN KEEGAN Lois WATERMAN LOR A COTE JEMIMA MILLER ISABEL WATERWORTH WINIFRED CRAIGIE MARION MURRAY MARGARET BARNUM 1925 OLIVE HYMANS FRANCES MURRAY JEANNE BRIGGS ALPHRA LAUD MARY POSTLETHWAITE ALMA GROUSE ELIZABETH LAPHAM MARGARET SCHAUPNER MARGARET DIXON ROSABEL LEE THELMA SMITH MARCIA ERMAXX ELIZABETH LIEBERMAN VERXA TREBILCOCK ROSALIE FRENGER EMILY MCL VAIN RUTH TUTTLE GLADYS BELLE GAGE ' lRGINIA McV EY LILLIAN WETZEL RUTH HALLIDAY ELEANOR MEISEL MARY LOUISE WHITACRE ELAINE HULSCHER Four Hundred Eighty-five ADELI A CHEE VER HOUSE j Ldelia v neever I ouse A dormitory for women, given to the University by Pamela A. Noble as a memorial to Judge Noah W. Cheever and his wife, ' Adelia Noble Cheever, and to their years of generous hospitality to many students. BOARD OF GOVERNORS MRS. FREDERICK B. JORDAN . . . . . MRS. EDWIN C. GODDARD ..... MRS. E. R. SUNDERLAND ..... MRS. C. L. WASHBURNE . ... MRS. C. O. DAVIS MRS. HARRY ROBBINS Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Detroit DIRECTOR Miss HENRIETTE SCRANTON GEORGIANA POCKMAN FRANCES SPEAKER ETTA HENRY HOUSE OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer ETTA HENRY HOUSE ROLL 1922 GEORGIANA POCKMAN ROSE BARTON HELEN BOWERS JOSEPHINE CLARKE 1923 CAROLINE HEINZ FRANCES SPEAKER BEATRICE TENCH DORIS WILLIAMS MARION GRIFFIS 1924 MYRTLE RHODES ESTHER WADSWORTH NELLIE ASHER CAROL HUNICK RUTH MASON ESTHER MUNGER FLORENCE NELSON MARION PIERCE GLADYS TROWBRIDGE RUTH WEST Four Hundred Eighty-six LEGGERDIXE COOK VIVIAN SLAWSEX WILLIAMS REIXDALDT COATES CONLEY VAX KtEEK HlLLS ROWE DsMlTH WmTFIELD WALTERS HOLMES OSMER FORD MACFARLANE OLXEY KENT HALL FRANCES VIVIAN, ' 22 LUCILE WHITFIELD. ' 23 HELEN WILLIAMS, ' 22 CELIA OLXEY, ' 23 EVELYN COOK, ' 24 OFFICERS President yice-President Secretary Treasurer League Representative MEMBERS FRANCES YIVIAX FLORENCE SLAWSON HELEN WILLIAMS LUCILE WHITFIELD CORAL WALTERS CELIA OLNEY " ILMA DEMUTH ELEANOR REINVALDT EVELYN COOK GLADYS LEGGERDINE LOUISE COATES MARIAN AN XESS DOROTHY VAX KLEECK CARROLL JENKS PAGE ROVVE LORENE COHLEY HELEN HOLMS DOROTHY MCFARLAN LuiCILLE OSMER KATHRYN FORD Four Hundrtd Eighty-seven HANSON PEABODV CAKE ORR SANDERS K. DAUGHERTY HINRICKS SCHLEGEL HAGENER H. DAUGHERTY THOMAS COREY STEARNS BACON HALL HOUSE CHARLOTTE HENRICHS KATHERINE DOUGHERTY LUCILE HAGENER FRANCES PEABODY President V ice-President Secretary and Treasurer Woman ' s League Representative MEMBERS DOROTHY BACON ESTHER CAKE MAUDE COREY HESTER DAUGHERTY KATHERINE DAUGHERTY LUCILE HAGENER MARION HANSEN CHARLOTTE HINRICHS EDITH ORR FRANCES PEABODY KATHERINE SANDERS ETHELYNN SCHLEGEL JOSEPHINE STEARNS NORMA THOMAS Four Hundred Eighty-eight LAUGHLIX WHITE SCHREIBER ROSE STUDLEY LOWE TOWXSEXD SALISBURY ECKHERT MclxTOSH ANDREWS HOBSOX Miss BROCK GARDXER RUUMEL AXTHOXY A L U M X A E HOUSE BOARD OF DIRECTORS MRS. W. B. CADY MRS. JOSEPH MARKLEY ' MRS. STUART BAITS MRS. L. C. FRENCH MRS. CAROLINE KLEINSTUCK Miss XELLIE HAYES MRS. PERCY MARTIN Detroit Ann Arbor Detroit Toledo Kalamazoo Grand Rapids . Bay City SOCIAL DIRECTOR Miss GERTRUDE BROCK PRESIDENT KATHERINE ANDREWS, ' 22 CLASS OF ' 23 VIRGINIA ANTHONY JEANETTE STUDLEY MYRTLE MC!NTOSH ELSIE RUMMEL MARGARET ROSE MARGARET WALKER CLASS OF ' 24 BERNICE TOWNSEND VIRGINIA WHITE SHIRLEY SALISBURY MARY LAUGH LI N CLASS OF ' I:, CHARLOTTE ECKERT ESTHER GARDNER ELEANOR HOBSON ELSA SCHREIBER Four Hundred Eighty-nine WILSON CHAMBERS NISSEN JAMES UDDENBERG HARRIS JOHNSTONE VALENTINE SCANDLING MUTSCHLER DUFFIELD MCLAREN WEIDLER STURX MAASS MASON MARTIN DOMBEY MUTSCHLER WESTMINSTER HALL FOUNDED IN 1921 HELEN MARTIN EDITH DOMBEY FRANCIS MAASS DOROTHY MASON ISABEL MUTSCHLER HELEN MUTSCHLER ELIZABETH DUFFIELD ANNA GRACE KAUFFMAN LAURA UDDENBERG MEMBERS LOIS SCANDLING HELEN WEIDLER ISABEL MACLAREN MURIEL STURTZ MARY HARRIS MILDRED JOHNSTONE IONE CHAMBERS AGNES NISSEN MILDFRED VALENTINE CLARICE JAMES MRS. W. D. RIGGS Social Director PATRONESSES MRS. WILLIAM BLAIR MRS. THOMAS EVANS MRS. WILLIAM HOAD MRS. WILLIAM HENDERSON Four Hundred Ninety Jeremiak Jenks, 7 , eminent political economist. Ex-Gonernor Char- Ifs S. Whitman, of New York. Srir.irssa Sastri, India ' s delegate to the Disarmament Conference at Washington. r, celebrated riolinist. Marshal Ffrdinarid Foch of France. John iilcCormack, famous Irish tenor. J. C. Squire, editor of .Vmirv " . London MICHIGAN ' S V I S I T O R S Four Hundred Sinety-ane Beta Theta Pi, swimming. Phi Sigma Delta, cross country. Theta Chi, conference champions by telegraph. Delta Theta Phi, bowling. Sigma Chi, basketball. Phi Gamma Delta, soccer. INTERFR ATERNIT Y ATHLETIC CHAMPIONS Four Hundred Ninety-two The coach ' s smile shows that his visitor is the famous " three legged ' ' Maulbetsch. " Doc " May holds the deal of a pinochle game to pose for a picture. The ticket crew works nights to mail out admissions to the Ohio State game. Boulevard hikes are what keep Harry Tillotson in shape. Michigan ' s " Mentor " , Yost, and Chicago ' s " Old Man " , Stagg, get together after the Chicago- Michigan track meet. As Varsity starter, " Doc " , has no rivals. " Steve " Farrell and Larry Butler dispute the track squad championship. Four Hundred Xinety-lhree Dr. Marion LeRoy Bur- ton, president of the Univer- sity of Michigan, recognized as one of the greatest leaders of education in this country, marked by a personality that has made a friend of every one with whom he has ever come in contact, noted for his executive ability and his intellectual mind,-the presi- dent swims, motors, and en- joys life to its fullest extent. That the president is one of the objects of keenest admira- tion possible by a Michigan student, has never yet been questioned. 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The National Aniline Chemical Com- pany, Inc., has been a pioneer and a leader in this work, and is to-day the first and largest manufacturer of coal-tar dyes in the United States. National Aniline and Chemical Company (Incorporated) 40 Rector Street, New York NEW YORK BOSTON CHICAGO HARTFORD CHARLOTTE MONTREAL TORONTO PROVIDENCE PHILADELPHIA SAN FRANCISCO in . ' . The Future--- What it holds for you is measured in exact propor- tion to the service you render to others and Service can mean a great many good things. This institution has been built upon this principle. When you step through our doors you immediately sense a friendly atmosphere which evidences itself in worthwhile courtesies and helpful hints, which add greatly to your pleasure of shopping. That is why we hold in memory a friendship of over forty years with Michigan men and women and look forward with pleasant anticipation to an ever increasing circle in the years to come. The J. L. 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Detroit, Mich. 1 A. _ M 1 VII % THE ROAD TO LEADERSHIP UCH a name as Packard has for quality is the product of nothing less than clear purpose. If in the beginning the men who founded the Packard had contemplated anything less than they did, the Packard fame today could not be what it is. If in the more than twenty years since then, there had ever been any compromise with that first purpose, Packard could not be what Packard is now. It has required originality, often to the point of daring, to maintain and to justify repeatedly full leadership in a young and competitive industry. It has required stamina to hold the course of quality when expedience called to profit. It has required resources, in great measure; expenditures, many times denied return; executive foresight, for the joining of high standards with economical production. It has required the inventive genius of many men, and the loyalty of thousands. But always, and at every stage, the reward has been returned. It is a splendid thing to have meant, to a generation of men, the unqualified best. It is a satisfying thing to have set for an entire industry a standard for fineness, for accuracy of manufacture, for soundness of design, for fair- ness, for honesty of dealing with a world-wide public. It is a gratifying thing to have seen the tradition of quality take form, shaping an enterprise into an institution, and commanding the utmost loyalty of men. It is a great thing to have a real purpose and live by it for that is to have and to embody in everything you build the priceless thing called character. PACKARD MOTOR CAR COMPANY MOTOR CARS MOTOR TRUCKS ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE VIII IT ' S NEW AND IT ' S PRACTICAL Special Features Prism Glass in doors. Far more expensive, but also far more attractive. Verde Antique Marble Base is more costly than other marble, but more beautiful Interior is more complete in arrangement of details than any other cabinet on the market. Special Features Steel Drawer Bodies with mahogany or oak fronts. No more swelling or sticking of drawers. No. 125 CABINET Patent Applied for Medicine Closets lined with White Glass. All other white medicine closets turn yellow, especially when enamel is painted on wood. THIS STAYS WHITE BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED and the interior was arranged by one who is in constant touch with dentists who know. Our goods can be combined with Chair, Engine, Unit, etc., and purchased on one contract on easy monthly payments, if desired. You cannot afford to purchase your office equipment until you have seen this Cabinet. Our catalog will be mailed on request. THE AMERICAN CABINET COMPANY Two Rivers, Wisconsin IX " Schroeder Paint and Glass Company Paints, Oils, Colors; Varnishes, Artists Materials, etc. Plate Glass Desk Tops Plate Glass Dresser Tops Plate Glass Mirrors Window and Automobile Glass of Every Description No. 119 - 137 Cadillac Square Detroit HAR V ARD New designs and unsurpassed feat- ures of beauty and utility mark the Harvard accomplishments of the season. The above illustrates the utilities of the new Harvard plat- form. For artistic effects, convenience to yourself and comfort to your patients see Harvard chairs, cabinets, electric engines and have them demonstrated to you. Write for catalog. The Harvard Co., Canton, Ohio Metallurgist J. Mitchell Watson Michigan, ' 09, E Views of the Metallurgi- cal Laboratories of the Hupp Motor Car Corpor- ation. OF the various factors that have had to do with the development of the Hupmobile reputation for long life; for economy of op- eration and maintenance; for satisfactory and continuous ser- vice: perhaps none is more important than the success with which the metallurgic art has been practised in the Hupmobile factories. Hupp Motor Car Corporation DETROIT MICHIGAN XI BILLIARDS PIPES CIGARS Compliments of Morris Blumberg Electrical Co. Jobbers of Electric Supplies 142 E. Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Michigan i i Huston Bros. ' We try to treat you right. ' CANDIES SOFT DRINKS LIGHT LUNCHES 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 RESOURCES $600,000.00 $5,500,000.00 s- XII Detroit Fidelity and - Surety Co. A MICHIGAN INSTITUTION Organized and Backed by Michigan People We issue Fidelity Bonds on behalf of Officials and Employes in positions of Private and Public Trust; Court Bonds on behalf of Fiduciaries; Court Bonds in Judicial proceedings, required by law, such as Costs, Attachment, Replevin, Appeal, etc.; Contract Bonds on behalf of Contractors; Public Official Bonds on behalf of State. County. Township, City and Village officials: Bonds for Treas- urers of Corporations and Societies: Bonds on behalf of officers of Fraternal Soci- eties: Depository Bonds on behalf of Banks, covering Public and Private funds; License and Permit Bonds, required by State, County and Municipalities. OFFICERS A. F. BUNTING FRANK H. ELLSWORTH HOMER H. McKEE SHERIDAN F. MASTER President Yice-President Vice-President General Counsel FRANK X. WAKEMAX WALTER J. HAYES RALPH J. DALY Secretary Treasurer Auditor and Engineer DIRECTORS A. F. Bunting . W. H. Burnham . F. E. Bushman Burt D. Cady Senator Roy Clark E. 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Home Office Building Cass and Milwaukee Aves., Detroit, Michigan XIII Calkins- Fletcher Drug Company 3 GOOD STORES 324 So. State St. 711 Packard St. E. and S. University Ave. While at the U. of M. Have your Garments CLEANED AND PRESSED HERE 204 E. Washington St. E. STEIN E. H. CLARKE Co. (Established 1913) Stocks and Bonds MEMBERS New York Curb Market Association Toronto Standard Stock Mining Exchange 9th Floor Real Estate Exchange Building. DETROIT Phones: Cadillac 6150-1-2-3-4 Oil-Mining-Motor- and Industrial Shares for Cash, Moderate Mar- gin or Partial Payment Plan Weekly Market Review Gratis Private Wire System, New York to Denver NEW YORK CLEVELAND DENVER CHICAGO MONTREAL AND OTHER CITIES DETROIT TORONTO HARTFORD BROKERS ONLY XIV TAXI PHONE 999 HARDWARE HARDWARE STARRETT Tools, DOBSON Tools, YALE Locks, Electric Lamps, Peerless Mazda Electric Bulbs, Electric Fixtures SHUREDGE POCKETEZE CUTLERY AUTO ACCESSORIES, Tires, Tubes " COURTESY AND FAIR DEALING " is our MOTTO IF IT is NOT RIGHT, WE WILL MAKE IT RIGHT. Prices Right Service Prompt Phone 1610 M. D. LARNED The UP-TO-DATE HARDWARE 310 S. State St. SUPER KENTUCKY COALS Columbus Mining Company General Offices: McCormick Building. Chicago Mines Perry County, Southeastern Kentucky A. L. ALLAIS, President J. B. HILTON. H. A. REQUA, Seci etary-Treasurer Sales Manager No Worries About the ravages of time when you build with Detroit Made Brick A home or any structure, if built of Detroit made brick resists the ravages of time. It needs no painting every two or three years. It needs no repairs, everlasting for all time. It is warm, comfortable, beautiful and permanent. Detroit made brick are the product of skilled workmen, using the very choicest of fine fire clays, and by the most modern machinery. Decide now that whatever you build will be built with Detroit made brick. You will make no mis- take, and find in the long run that it is far more economical. i Detroit Brick Manufacturers and | Dealers Association i Detroit, Mich. xv .. The Boyer-Campbell Company Fine Machinists ' Tools Factory and Mill Supplies Detroit UNIVERSAL The Trade Mark Known in Every Home Universalize Your Home ELECTRIC GRILL, ELECTRIC COFFEE URN, ELECTRIC IRON, CHAFING DISH, CURLING IRON, HEATING PADS, AND NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES. Jno. C. Fischer Co. Up to the Minute Hardware Main near Wash. Wash, near Main St. XVI XMI .... j ESTABLISHED 1873 A. H. Petting- Manufacturing Jewelry Company MANUFACTURERS GREEK LETTER FRATERNITY JEWELRY 213 N. Liberty Street BALTIMORE, MD. i i ! ! ! i i ! ! i i Well Dressed Women Graduates always remember Hutzel ' s The best in Ready -to-W ear Clothing " ! j Furniture of Distinction Our Stock Is complete with a lot of Distinctive Pieces MARTIN HARLER 112 East Liberty Street HEATING AND SANITARY ENGINEERS Hutzel Company EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE 119 E. Washington Street Phone 41 Haller Fuller STATE STREET JEWELERS Ann Arbor I ! H CHAS. A. HANDEYSIDE, Pres. Mem., Amer. Soc. C. Eng. C. A. HANDEYSIDE CONSTRUCTION CO. Builders of Permanent Highways and Bridges Deep and Difficult Tunnels, Excavations and Sewers Home Offices: DETROIT 1758 Penobscot Bldg. Koch Henne i j Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Linoleum, j Trunks, Bags, Vacuum Cleaners I Phone 50 300-302-304 S. Main Street I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ORIGINAL DESIGNS in DANCE AND BANQUET PROGRAMS SOMETHING NEW AND DISTINCTIVE FOR EVERY PARTY The Mayer-Schairer Co. Ann Arbor, Michigan XVIII SPECIALIZING IN THE FINEST PORTRAITS AND GIVING UNEQUALLED SERVICE WE ARE IN A POSITION TO INTEREST You WITH LATEST STYLES IN PORTRAITS Ann Arbor Hillsdale Michigan 334 S. STATE PHONE 303 W XIX A bank ' s personality is made up of the personalities of its mem- bers who meet the public. When officers and employes are inspired by a genuine spirit to serve to give accurate banking service in a pleasant way you sense the warm personality of the bank. It ' s like the presence of a good friend. Perhaps that explains the cordial relations between the Farmers and Mechanics Bank and its de- positors. Farmers and Mechanics Bank 101-105 So. Main St. 330 So. State St. (Nickels Arcade) Member of the Federal Reserve System ., WHEN YOU THINK OF MICHIGAN YOU THINK OF i I Lyndon Company THE PHOTOGRAPHERS Don ' t you? Then don ' t forget that they keep all their negatives. Want prints from any? Write LYNDON CO. 719 N. UNIVERSITY AVE. xx The Michigan : Copper and Brass Company Detroit, Michigan The development of this mill has kept pace with the development of the Great Middle West. This means: QUANTITY PRODUCTION- SERVICE PROMPT BY REASON OF LOCATION. QUALITY GUARANTEED. Sheet Brass Brass Rod Brass Wire Sheet Copper Brazed Brass Tube Extruded Metal Shapes The Store of Individual Service Everything to suit the Fastidious Woman Coats, Suits, Hats, Shoes and Dresses, exemplifying the Newest Style Tendencies i Established 1857 XXI (Quality G. C. MAEDEL, Prop. Phone 598 121 E. Washington St. XXII Thompson-Starrett Go. BUILDING AND INDUSTRIAL CONSTRUCTION Detroit New York Chicago Cleveland Pittsburgh ALSO THOMPSOX-STARRETT COMPANY LIMITED, MONTREAL, CANADA .John T. Windrim .Clinton Russell . Lee t Piper .Cass Gilbert AMONG SOME OF OUR PROMINENT OPERATIONS WE LIST THE FOLLOWING LOCATION BCILDING ARCHITECT Ann Arbor, Mich University Hospital Albert Kahn Detroit, Mich General Motors Building Albert Kahn Detroit, Mich Detroit Filter Plant Col. Theo. A. Leisen, Eng. Detroit, Mich American Steel Foundries Owners, Engineer Detroit, Mich Herman Apartment Rogers, Bonnah Chance Detroit, Mich Frank Seder Store Smith, Hinchman Grylls Cleveland, Ohio Kirby Building Knox Elliott Cleveland, Ohio Hotel Cleveland Graham, Burnham Co. Cleveland, Ohio Fisher Body, Ohio Plant Albert Kahn Pittsburgh, Pa Baer-Kaufman Store Starrett Van Meek Pittsburgh, Pa Jenkins Arcade C. M. Topp Pittsburgh, Pa Grant Telephone Building Pittsburgh, Pa People ' s Gas Building Pittsburgh, Pa Chamber of Commerce New York. X. Y Woolworth Building New York. N. Y Equitable Building E. R. Graham New York. N . Y McAlpin Hotel Frank M. Andrews New York. N. Y Municipal Building McKim, Mead White New York. N. Y Bush Exhibition Building Helmle Corbet t New York. N. Y Gimbel Store D. H. Burnham Co. New York, N. Y Ambassador Hotel Warren Wetmore New York, N. Y 300 Park Avenue Apartments Warren Wetmore New York. NY S. W. Strauss Co Warren fe Wetmore New York, N. Y Curb Market Exchange Starrett fe Van Meek New York, N. Y Hotel Claridge D. H. Burnham Co. Chicago, 111 , Continental Commercial National Bank . D. H. Burnham Co. Chicago, 111 Insurance Exchange D. H. Burnham Co. Chicago, 111 Sears-Roebuck Plant Nimmons Fellows Chicago, 111 Field Museum D. H. Burnham Co. Chicago, 111 Fisk St. Power Station Addition D. H. Burnham Co. Chicago, 111 Archdiocesan Seminary J. W. McCarthy Kansas City. Mo Junior Orpheum Theatre C. W. G. L. Rapp Minneapolis, Minn Hennepin Avenue Theatre Hirshoff Rose Winnipeg, Canada Union Bank Darling Pearson Montreal, Canada Mount Royal Hotel Ross MacDonald Toronto, Canada Imperial Oil Building XXIII Surgical Instruments and Supplies THE STORE WHERE THE MANY WORKERS ARE PRESCRIPTION MEN. It ' s Easy to Ask Them at " The Quarry ' Drug and Prescription Store G. CLAUDE DRAKE Proprietor Cor. So. State and N. Univ. Ave. The cover of this annual is a product of The David J. Molloy Company Creators and Manufacturers of book and catalog covers, special- izing in college and high school annual covers. 2857-2905 NORTH WESTERN AVENUE CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Telephones: Armitage 3790-1-2 Phone 2508 Exclusive Energine Cleaners Cleaning Pressing Repairing Swissilized Garments Stay Clean Longer 209 S. 4th Ave. REMEMBER THE OLD BEE HIVE XXIV The Michigan Drug (o Established in 1819 DETROIT Headquarters for Chemicals . Chemical Apparatus Students ' Outfits Pyrex Glassware Analytical Balances Analytical Chemicals (Laboratory use) Re- Agents Rubber and Glass Tubing Technical Chemicals Chemical Glassware Microscopes and Micro- scopic Slides We are equipped to handle your requirements for laboratory apparatus and supplies, and solicit your inquiries Athletic supplies for field, track anoV gymnasium. We are distributors for A. J. Reach Co. Base Ball, Tennis, Golf and Football supplies. Basket Balls, Volley Balls, Boxing Gloves and Striking Bags. Samples and Quotations submitted on request Everything in the way of equipment for the Gymnasium. Anthropometric and Gymnastic Apparatus Main 61 10 16 Trunk Lines XXV BRANDON HANNA Contractors Detroit, Michigan MARK R. HANNA OMER BRANDON XXVI A MICHIGANENSIAN TOAST To the strongest liquid, that cheers but does not in- ebriate, whose sparkling amber gladdens the heart, de- lights the eye, and brightens the pathway of humanity. (uvud Qpcurifa f v FLOOR VARNISH OF 1858 FLOOR Brewed in the Kettles and Ripened in the tanks of RERRY BROTHER I Wo rids Largest Makers varnishes and Paint Specialties Detroit, Michigan Michigan ' s Machinery Headquarters Our Stock of Metalworking and Woodworking Machinery, Power Transmission Appliances, Tools and Shop Supplies, includes more than 30,000 different kinds and sizes of material. Over 120,000 square feet in our Stores and Warehouses We are Exclusive Sales Agents for many Top Notch Lines THE CHAS. A. STRELINGER CO. " Everything For The Shop " 149 E. Lamed St. Detroit, Mich. - INVESTIGATE GREEN TEST CABINETS Attractive, Dull Black, Neat and Compact POSITIVE CONTROL Equipped with new improved Green Control, each line individually lighted or all shown at once CORRECTLY ILLUMINATED NON GLARE Sufficient Strength Even Illumination Many Styles to choose from Full Information upon request WOLVERINE OPTICAL CO. THE " PERFECT SERVICE SHOP GRAND RAPIDS DETROIT BATTLE CREEK TINKER C COMPANY S.i. State Street at Williams Street The Home of Better Clothes and Haberdashery at Fair Prices i i CURTAINS Net. Voile and Marquesette Curtains Made to order at the CURTAIN SHOP PILBEAM , MARZ CO. Phone 1380 301 X. Main St. XXVII WILLYS-KNIGHT SL E EVE -VALVE MOTOR IMPROVES WITH USE L. f, Tremendous Mileage With Complete Satisfaction " I have driven my Willys- Knight over 174,000 miles, " writes Frank B. Cook. " The car was second hand when I bought it and had already covered 50,000 miles. I cannot speak too highly of it. " No wonder Willys-Knight owners prefer this car with the Sleeve-Valve Motor to any other at any price. THE SEDAN $2095 f - o. b. Toledo Touring, $1375 Roadster, $1350 Coupe, $1875 Wilson Foundry and Machine Company Pontiac, Michigan Literary and General Scientific Publications Latv 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. : : : : : Discount 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. XXVIII White Swan Laundry Corner Detroit and Catherine Sts. Phone 165 Call Us and Get the Best Service in Ann Arbor WE WASH IN SOFT WATER We Sew on Buttons, Darn Socks, and Do Reasonable Mending Free of Charge j ONE DAY SERVICE ON REQUEST " I ! I ! I ! ! I i i i ! ! I i i I i i EXCELSIOR i Shredded) The shades of night were falling fast, As through the college village passed A youth, who bore, ' mid snow and ice ' , A banner with this sound advice, " Let Sherwin-Williams Paint Suffice. Call Wenzel! " In happy homes he saw the light Of household fires gleam warm and bright; For happiness and sweet repose Dwell in that home whose owner knows That Service with a paint job goes With Wenzel! " Please do not pass! " the old man cried; " For I have need of work inside. My one request is that you take The paint that Bunkum Brothers make. " The youth said gently with a shake, " Not Wenzel! " Still trudging onward staunch and true, Ignoring " Joe ' s " and " The Orient " too, He, through the campus, strode content. His flag held high, yet forward bent; For he was from a master sent From Wenzel! " Oh stay, " the Co-ed cooed, " and rest Thy wean- head upon this breast. " He looked her over with a sigh And answered low with downcast eye, " Tempt not, fair maid, my colors fly For Wenzel! " The Prof., set on his homeward way, Espied the youth and banner gay. He paused and then resolved when home, To place an order o ' er the phone. To paint his class rooms in Flat Tone, By Wenzel! At break of day, the Phi Kap bound, Our hero, swamped with orders, found. " Take on our house, " quoth they, " and you Shall hang wall-paper, keen and new. We ' ve talked it over, none will do But Wenzel! Xow you, kind reader, may assume " Excelsior, " the great bard ' s poem. With " Wenzel " bears no linking tie; Please pause a moment , we replv, Both " HIGHER EFFORT " signify. We thank you! WENZEL ' S 207 E. Liberty Home Decorators 205 Michigan Ann Arbor Ypsilanti XXIX Draws the Air Clear Through the Carpet Eureka ' s cleaning is rapid and thorough because it draws through the fabric more air moving at greater velocity Instantly this unmatched suction dislodges imbedded dirt. It cleans faultlessly, harming neithei nap nor warp nor fabnc. Eureka ' s widely recognized efficiency is based solely on volume and velocity of air because nothing else is required for perfect renovation. Fastidious women choose the Eureka for their homes because they know it thoroughly cleans. The Eureka creates a suction so power- ful that it draws the air through the car- pet whipping out the powdered grit that passing feet have driven deep drawing up the crushed nap removing instantly the surface lint and leaving the rug im- maculate and glowing. There are many more reasons why 500,000 women are using the Eureka its lightness prevents fatigue its easy adaptability which speeds cleaning its restful handle and switch under the thumb its detachable sweep action brush its silent sturdy motor. But after all women select the Eureka because it does clean. Write Us for the Name of Your Nearest Dealer, Who will Explain Our Easy Payment Plan and Gladly Demonstrate the Eureka in Your Own Home. Eureka Vacuum Cleaner Co 1521 Broadway Detroit, Mich. xxx For Good PRESSING y " Ma " C. O. TUBES 921 East Huron Phone 922R Turtle ' s Lunch Room Confectionery and Hot Lunches 338 Maynard Street Phone 150 XXXI STUDENTS Our Photographs Must Please You Portraits of Quality PHOTOGRAPHY. Courteous Treatment Prompt Service Studio: 619 East Liberty Phone 604W XXXII General Motors Trudks When you buy a GMC truck you buy satisfactory transporta- tion. 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PONTIAC COM ' L SAVINGS BANK Pontiac, Mich. 66 McLean Ave. W. S. SIMPSON Highland Park, Mich. TERNSTEDT MANUFACTURING COMPANY Artillery and Muster Aves. .... Detroit, Mich. XXXVIII GENERATION MAIN PLANT GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY SCHENECTADY N.Y. RBMSMSSON TSANSPORTATiC A Gateway to Progress There it stands a simple forty-foot gateway but unlike any other in the entire world. Through it have come many of the engineering ideas that have made this an electrical America. The story of electrical development begins in the Research Laboratories. Here the roling spirit is one of knowledge truth rather than immediate practical results. In this manner are established new theories tools for future use which sooner or later find ready application. The great industries that cluster around Niagara Falls, the electrically driven battle- ships, the trolley cars and electrified railways that carry millions, the lamps that glow in homes and streets, the household conven- iences that have relieved women of drudgery, the labor-saving electrical tools of factories, all owe their existence, partly at least, to the co-ordinated efforts of the thousands who daily stream through this gateway. Electric Scbenectady, :-. Y. XXXIX Index to 1922 Advertisers Albert Teacher ' s Agency VI American Blower Company VI American Cabinet Co., The IX Ann Arbor Savings Bank XII Ann Arbor Steam Dye Works XIV Arrow Tool and Reamer Co XXXVIII Bearings Service Co XVII Berry Brothers, Inc XXVII Bird, S. L. and Sons II Blu Maize Blossom Shop, Inc XXXVII Book, F. P XXXVIII Boyer-Campbell Co., The XVI Brandon and Hanna XXVI Burr, Patterson and Co XXXVII Busy Bee, The XXIV Cadillac Hotel XXXVII Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co XIV Charles A. Strelinger Co., The XXVII Clarke, E. H. and Co XIV Columbus Mining Co XIV Detroit Brick Manufacturers and Dealers Association XV Detroit Dental Mfg. Co VII Detroit Drug Co XXXVIII Detroit Fidelity and Surety Co XIII Dey Studios XIX Dodge Taxi Service XIV Edson, Moore and Co XXXVIII Eureka Vacuum Cleaner Co XXX Farmers and Mechanics Bank XX Fetting, A. H. Mfg. Jewelry Co XVIII Fischer Co., Jno. C XVI Frederick Stearns and Co XXXIII Garrison, Frank L XXXVIII General Motors Truck Co XXXIII General Electric Co XXXIX Gilberg and Co., A. E XXXIII Graham Book Stores V Haller and Fuller XVIII Hammond, E. P XXXVIII Handeyside Construction Co., C. A. . . .XVIII Harvard Co., The X Hudson, J. L. Co IV Hupp Motor Corp XI Huston Brothers XII Hutzels XVIII Hutzel and Company XVIII International Metal Stamping Co. . . XXXVIII Inter-State Plastering Co., Inc XXXVIII Jahn and Oilier Engraving Co XXXV Kahn, Albert, Architect XXXVIII Koch and Henne XVIII Larned, M. D XIV Lyndon and Company XX Mack and Company XXI Marshall, A. C XXXVIII Martin Haller XVIII Mayer-Schairer Company, The XVIII Michigan Copper and Brass Company, The XXI Michigan Drug Company, The XXV Michigan Warehouse Company XXXI Molloy " XXIV Morris Blumbcrg Electric Company XII McCall, J. S XXXVIII National Aniline and Chemical Company, Inc Ill Packard Motor Car Company VIII Patterson Construction Co., F. R.. .XXXVIII Philbeam and Marz Company XXVII Pontiac Commercial and Savings Bank XXXVIII Quarry Drug Store, The XXIV Randall Studio, The XXII Rayl, Co., The T. B VII Rentschler Studio XXXVI Rinshed-Gagnier Paint Company . . . XXXVII Rogers Printing Company, The XXXIV Schroeder Paints, Glass Company X Simpson, W. S XXXVIII Spedding Studio XXXII Swiss Garment Cleaning Company XXIV Teal Company, Frank C XXXVII Ternstedt Manufacturing Com- pany XXXVIII Thompson-Starrett Company XXIII Tinker Co XXVII Tubbs, C. O XXXI Tuttles Lunch Room XXXI Wahr, George, Book Store XXVIII Wenzels XXIX White Swan Laundry XXIX Wilson Foundry and Machine Co.. . .XXVIII Wolverine Optical Company XXVII Wood, W. E., Co. . . ..VII XL INDEX A Anderson, H.C 154- Bald. M.S 80 Beeman. G. C 336 Blauner, L. 391 Brenneman, Esther D. 28 Abada E R 24- I7O-MO Baldwin. Constance 443- Beers. D 383 Blicke. F. F 308 449 343-357-424 Anderson. J.P 378 475-485 BeGole, A. . 4O4 Bliss, F 4O4 Brettle, F. J 302 Abbot, P. . ..324 Anderson, K. S 273- Baldwin, F. H. 325-378 Beierlein, K. M 4O9 Bliss. T. H 401 Brewbaker. G. L. . . 137-138 Abbot, W. M 361 Balswin. L. G 369-4O6 Belknap. R. L. . . .346-397 Block, H. H. . .81-349-352 Brewer. J. P 370 Abbott, G. A. . ..149-375 Anderson. L. M. . .407 Bales, Wm 377-415 Belknap. T. A 81-361 Block, R. 8 389 Brewer. N 279 Abbott, L. C. . .321-411 Anderson, R 381 Ball, J 387 Bell. D 309 Bloise, F. 1 343-412 Brewer. P. J 28 Abb, V. . . 379 Anderson, W.L 373 Ball. R. ... .349 Bell. Elizabeth 465 Blood, Marian . . . .468-483 Bricke 224 Abernathy. Dorothy. . .479 Andrews, Katberine . 25-489 Ballingall. S. I. K 25 Bell, H. M 26-349 Blum, Harriet 483 Brickbauer. A. ... 160-4C4 Ablasa. A. E 357 Andrews, L. H 337 Baloyan. Mary 26-483 Belles. H. E 289 Blum. P 273-372 Brickbauer, R. 404 Abramson, R. ...481 Andrus, F. B 328-416 Balson. D 377 Bellinger. D. H 390 Blumenthal, J. W. 353-389 Bridgeforth, Virginia . . .28 Abrash. W. J 391 Angell, Mrs. A. G 484 Bali. Josepbone . .435-463 Belote, H 411 Bd. in Control of Student Brier. J. C 308-419 Acacia . 381 Angell, Dr. J. R 182 Balx. Xorma 463 Belote, S 151 Publications 284 Briggs, C 303 Ackerman, E. C 395 Ackerman, Marion L. . 24- Angell, R 264-363 Anklesaria, M. K 343 Bancroft. W. J. 349 Band. Varsity 290-291 Beman, G 275 Bement, D 365-400 Bobertz.G.H. ..275-303 Bogen, Dorothy 485 Briggs. G. K 362 Briggs. J 160-263 470 Anning, X. H 347 Bandemer. W. E 79- Bender. A 347 Bogert. Velda 436 Briggs. Jeane 437-485 Ackerman. P. C. . 79-80-306 Anning. Mrs. X. H. . . .456 80-319-320-352-383 Bender, Mrs. A. M. ..456 Boggs, Gertrude L. ...23- Brill, J. B 378 Ackett, Margaret 335 Anthony. Virginia . . . .489 Bank, T. P 148- Benedict, C. A 302 28-429-443-448-45 1 -454- Brinkman, E 322 Acklev. Alma B. . . . 24-483 Antrim. D. M 25-387 176-209-217-323-328-347- Benjaimn, H. S 383 467 Brisbois, H. J 349-412 Ackley. Harriet 468 Apple. E. C 379 349-390 Benner, H. A 81 Boice.R.E 307-407 Briscoe, J. D. .273-294-363 Adams, B. F. . .80-322-387 Apple. E. M. .117-291-313 Banks, Genevieve 26 Benner, R. W 406 Boker. W. R 353 Britton. J. H. . .28-352-365 Adams, C. . 24 Apple, R 384 Banzhaf. G. L. .26-332-361 Bennett. A. C. . . .322-363 Bollinger, X. H 353 Broadhead. Kitty 485 Adams. Doris ... 138-483 Apted. B. . 372 Barber, M. C 343-421 Bennett, E. B 385 Bolton. J. G 366 Brodell. Virginia 440- Adams. J. R. . . .343 Applehof. G. . .302-349-350 Barber, X 392 Bennett, F. H 373 Bolton. S 352-366 443-474-483 Adams, G 380 Archer. H. H 347 Barclay, D 415 Benson, G 349 Bonar, F 466 Broderick, E. J 353 Adams rt 421 Archer, W 354 Barie, R. F 26-364 Benson. J. 8 347 Bond, D. .. ...411 Broderson, M 458 Adams H r 21 Arguellea, C. R 80- Barkell, R. H 8O-32O Benton. D. F 419 Bond, H.C 28-281 Broderson, O. E 410 Adams. H. F 366 328-343-354 Barker. H.C 345 Beresford. E. M 23- Bond. K D 343 Brodkey, A. H. ... 105-389 Adams. M. W 24-289 Arie.R. V 480 Barkley, J 378 26-291-296-313-343 Bonham. W. L 4O9 Broene. Onno 484 Adams. Margaret . .24-449 Aristolochites . . .310 Barlow. Marion . .437-475 Beresford. J. A 279- Bonisteel. R. 312 B ronk, D. W 368 Adams, R. E 167- Armitage. C. P. ..25-296 Barmann. P. V 80 281-292-343-369 Bonner. G. E 347-349 Broock. H 322 273-323-328-366-414 Armstrong, E. K. .373-388 Barnard, H. D. . . .321-407 Berger, I.. F 381 Bontill. X. G 349 Broodryk. M. J 127 Adams. T. A 312 Arndt, H. E 352-402 Barnard, T 365 Bergh, H. H 41O Boombauer, Florence .444- Broog. M 438 Adams. T. H 24- Amdt, R. A 254-376 Barnes, E 416 Berling, Sigrid 27 475 Brooks, G. R 402 326-362-414 Arndts. A 423 Barnes. G. S 390 Berman. A. A 27 Boone, P 393 Brooks, L. J 116- Amer, H. 8 268-368 Barnes, J. M 406 Berman, M 273 Boonstra, M. X. 79-81-393 117-382-408 Arnold. Doris 471 Barnes, R 383 Bernard. Helen 437 Booth, B. B 413 Brooks Lois 335 Arnold. Emilie . . . 1O9-469 Barnett, J. L 349 Bernard. J. P. 340-367-370 Booth. B. G 346 Brooks, V. D 28 Arnold, Madeline 459- Barnum, C. X. 8O-322-378 Bernbaum. 8 338 Booth, B. S 349 Brophy, G. 116- A I E E 329 473-484 Barnum, Margaret 464-485 Bernstein, J. A 23- Booth, H. L 105-378 1 17-172-284-316-378-4CO- igler R W 283-383-392 Arthur. R. F 349 Baron. A 389 27-167-312-318-384-391 Booth, I. S 332 414 Ail 1 E H x Ashbolt. L. F. .25-336-379 Baron, F 383 414 Boothbv, C. X 28-374 Brown, A. A 28 Ashcraft. R. C 403 Barr, A. S 4O6 Berry. C. M 149- Boothby. P. C 385 Brown, A. H 126-127 Asher. Xellie 486 Barr, D. M 26-366 178-294-324-370 Boschan. A. 8 82 Brown, Andrew 414 Athena Literary Society 449 Barr. Lois . . .435-484 Berry, M 368 Bostick. H 289-397 Brown, B 323 Aishiskin J 80 Athletic Program . _J Barrett, A. M. 307-321-401 Berst.A.J 352 Bostwick, M. M 127- Brown, Dorothy 433- Athletics 205 Barrett. H. F 277 Besancon, J 4O7 377-410 440-465 Aken H 375 Athletics, Womens 1 . . .434 Barrett. H. M 392 Best, F. .. ...410 Boswell. C 383 Brown, E. A 28 Alber Lucile M 137-138 Atkinson, C. M 22- Barristers 2O3 Best. Martha 27 Bouchard. H 320 Brown, E. E 343 25-169-284-312-318-322- Barren, X. T 423 Beta Theta Pi 367 Boncher. R. E 347 Brown, E. S 342 Albright W W 341-376-373 Barry. F. W 4O6 Beta Phi Delta 396 Bourne, X. W 108- Brown, Eleanor 444- 8O-306-419 Atkinson. D. D. . .322-323 Barss. J E 401 Bettens, W. G 289 109-289-321-379-411 455-484 Atwell. H. H 381 Bartell. F. E. 308-371-419 Betron. C. R 273 Brown, F 171 Alden. Hazel 470 Aldrich.G. F. 117-349-386 Aldrich. M. C 24-390 Atwood, I. 277-374 Atyeo, W. H 25-386 Aubrey, Helen 448 Bartelme. P 318 Bartlett. H. E 347 Bartlett, Mrs. H. E. . .456 Bettison, W. L 1O9 Betts. F. C 373 Betz, E. L. . ... 27 Bauebeer, Xorma 434 Bowen. G. V 254-379 Bowen J A 364 Brown, F. G 29-292 Brown, F. 410 Brown, Florence 137- Aldrich. X 372 Aubrey. W 388 Bartlett, H. H 3O8 Beukema. J. P 410 138-455-485 Alexander. F. R. .335-412 Alexander. J 307-371 Auer, Virginia 438 August. H. E 389 Bartlett, R. 347 Bartlett, W 4O7 Beutel, F. R 382 Beuthien. A 395 Bowerman. M 369 Brown, G. G 366-419 Brown, G. M 345 Alexander, L 389 Alexander. R. B 306 August. Mabel 481 Austin, A. M 417 Bartlev, E. D 329-341 Barton, A. G 26 Beuthien, C 81-395 Bible. Mary Bell 142 Bowers. J. M 28-401 Bowres A T 373 Brown, G. W 82 Brown, H.E. .289-291-296 Alexander. R. G 410 Alexander. R. L. . . 153-302 Alexander. Ruth . . . 24-335 Alexander. W 383 Allaben. F. R 300-303 A verill. Frances 25-454-485 Averv, Bennett 341 Avery .Dorothy G. 138-454 Ayers, E. B 80 Ayres. D. B 379-415 Barton, G. E 4O5 Barton, Rose 156- 436-449-486 Bassow, P. H 292 Batchelor, C 421 Bicknell. D. . ...27 Biddle. Marie 354 Bidwell. S. R 169- 291-379-408 Biefield. E. A 81 Bowes. F P 371 Bowman, E. L 371 Bowman, H. R 353 Bowman. Ruth 476 Boxell E F 3OO- Brown, Helen I. ..437-458 Brown, Helen W. . .437-484 Brown, J. D 29-296 Brown. L. E 117 Brown, Madeline .436-467 Allen, A. C 376 Allen, D. F 28O-347 Bateman. Hildah . 437-479 Bateman, J. L 81-386 Bielfield. S 338 Biethan, Winefred .27-354 303-309-328-408 Brown, M. E 352 Brown, Marion 459 Allen, F. P 4O9 B Bateman, Mrs. J. L 456 Bigelow. S. L 308-423 Boxing Club 338 Brown, O. A 309 Allen. Gladys 484 Babcock. L.B. 25-168-266 Bateman, T. P 81 Bigelow. T M 362-400 Boyer, J. A 347 Brown, O. E. S 343 Allen, H. J 334-349 314 Bates, Dean H. M. . 283- Bigge. A. E 3O3 Boyce, Mrs. J. A 456 Brown, Pamela 484 Allen. K 393 Allen, M. M 132- Babcock, W 151-221 Badgley. C. E 4O7 316-318-362-400-426 Bates, L. M 289-407 Bigge. G. E. 27-3O1-3O3-3O9 Billmeyer, H. D 126- Boyce, J.P 28 Boyd, C 149-371 Brown, R. A 280-365 Brown, Mrs. R. K. . . .456 310-315-352 Badgely. Dr 321 Battin, H. H. .105-349-416 127-349 Bovd, D 385 Brown, R. K 337-4O2 Allen, Mildred 138 Badgley, M. F 117- Baucis. J. A. 81 Billings. J. A 364 Boyd. Elizabeth 476 Brown, R. P 382 Allen. Ralph 369 342-367-400 Bauer. A. 411 Billington, R 392 Boyd, G. R 4O9 Brown, R.W 350-412 Allison. A. W 289 Badger. W. L 308-419 Bauer, E 155-4O4 Binder, Margaret 27 Boyd, J. D 347 Brown, 8 178 Allman. A. D 275-291 Bacon, Dorothy 488 Bauer. S. L 371-411 Binns, Ruth 465 Bovd, Kathleen 471 Brown, 8. M 148- Allmand. E. C 347 Bacon. E 390 Bauer. T 151 Bird, Althea 472 Bovd, L 277 271-294-373 Alpha Chi Omega 471 Bacon, E. F 80- Bauer. W 109 Bird. C 372 Bovd. L. J 4O4 Brown, T 388 Alpha Chi Rho 395 291-296-306 Bauschard, Elinor 437 Bird. J. W 352 Bovd, Mary 478 Brown, W 388-4O2 Alpha Chi Sigma 419 Alpha Delta Phi 362 Bacon, E. K. . .25-308-419 Bacon. E. P 313 Bay, C. 117 Bay leas. C P 26-349 Birkhard. E. J 30 Birks, H. D 257-259 Boyd. R. M. . .117-303-375 Boyd. 8 385 Brown, W. E., Jr 382 Brown, W. M 328 Alpha Epsilon Iota 469 Bacon. F. H 395 Baym. M.I 26 Bisbee. H. J 1O4-105 Boyer, S. R 4O8-423 Brownbridge, E 387 Alpha Epsilon Hu 313 Bacon, J 323-390 Beach. Monica 133 Bisbing. M. Ethel 27- Bovle, C. J 28-413 Browning, Elizabeth. . .468 Alpha Kappa Kappa . . .411 Bacon, J. A 4O7 Beach. S. T. 26-326-361-414 358-454-483 Boynton, L 416 Bruch. R 367 Alpha Kapa Psi 42O Bacon. J. E 291 Beagle, Mrs. R. E. . . 456 Bishop. Dorothv 433- Brace, C 361 Brucker. J V 29 Alpha Omega Alpha . .307 Bacon. B. H 282-392 BeaUJ. E 381 434-435-446-464 Brace, Helen 458-470 Bruebaker, Mrs. G. L. 456 Alpha Nn 303 Baer, CecileB 25-444 Beal, Margaret 444-470 Bishop, Edith 463 Brace. VE 292-363 Brumbaugh. J. K. 300-3 3 Alpha Omicron Pi 479 Bachman, G E 291 Beadle, W. B 328 Bishop, Geo 369 Brace. W. M 406 Brumfeil, E 392 Alpha Rho Chi 416 Bachman. Richard 362-420 Beam. A. C 302 Bishop. Helen 23- Bradley, E. S 79- Bnimm. J. R 295- Alpha Phi 470 Backus, R. H 366 Beam, A. D 291 27-429-433-434-450-451- 82-32O-346-396 3 49-382-4 1O-4 1 4-44O Alpha Sigma 4O4 Baer. A. J 425 Beam, H. A 104-1O5 464 Bradley. H. L 28-394 Brunner. F 29-354 Alpha Sigma Phi 383 Bailey. C. C 412 Beam, Dorothy . . . 463-484 Bisson. A. F 81 Bradshaw. F. H 410 Brunsting. L. A. . . 158-4O9 Alpha Tan Omega 380 Bailey. C. E 117-283 Bean. G. W 153-3O3 Blachford. H. E 27 Bradshaw. Mrs. F. H. 456 Brunt, Stella 29- Alpha Xi Delta 476 Bailey, E 105-377-416 Beattie. H 385-420 Black. G. J-. Jr. ...81-417 Bradstreet, L 438 314-460-484 Alspaugh. Anna 142 Bailey, R. A. . . .23-25-169 Beattie. W. G 4O9 Black, G. S 34O-402 Bragg. E. M 279-322 Brusie, D. W 1O9 Alt, G. L 320 Bailey. R. J 407 Beau v, P. J 81-289 Black, K 416 Brake, D. H. . 117-283-309 Bryoe, F. H 29 Altenburg, J. H. . .24-381 Bailey. W. J. Beaudette. 1 386 Black. Margaret . .436-478 Brake. Mrs. D. H 456 Bryson, Catherine .29-483 Alton, D. D 387 Bain, G S 395 Beavis. J. O. . 126-289-402 Bla ck, S 424 Bramble. D. M 373 Buchan, X. R 29- Altshuler. S. S 24 Baine. A. P. . . . .315 Bebeau. J. J 81-349 Blackaller, Louise . . . .438 Brandemre. W. E. ... .306 302-353-396 Alumnae House 489 Baud, B. M 347 Beck. Margaret .436-477 Blackburn, Katberine 458- Brando. Margery- 484 Buchanan, A. B 82- Aman. 343-355 Baird, Lydia 436 Becker. F 387 463 Brandt. C. G. 309-342-415 329-347-349 Ament, R. D 410 Baisley. Dorothy 25- Beckett, Margaret 26- Blackinton. J. R 81 Brant. B 82 Buchanan, G. S. . . .29-396 Ames, Frances 431- 33 475 334-444-454-455-483 Blacksten, B. B. . .282-385 Brashear, Mary 437 Buchfer, C. C 308 443-445-446-452-454-475- Baisley. Irene . 154-310-475 Beckham. Jessie 467 Blackwood. L 466 Brasie. D. R 109 Buck, D. F 29 4 " -4 Baker. Barbara 44O- Beckman. Lillian 437 Blagdon. Charlotte 437-477 Bratton. X 383 Buck, L. A 29-421 Ames, L. E 292-396 452-477 Beckton. J. P 372 Blaich. T 385 Braun. R. K 79-82 Buck. Winifred ...462-465 Anderson, A. C. ... 24-397 Baker, E. E 419 Beckwith. B. L. . 306-343 Blair, W. A 105 Bravbell, G. B 409 Buckingham, H. P. . . 155- Anderson, Eva 24 Baker, E. M 3O8 Beckwith. H. R. ..26-352 Blakeslee, F. R 27 Bravbrooks. W. K. 347-349 339-404 Anderson. G. D 117 Baker, F. J 382 Beebe, E. C. . . 125-127-405 Blakeslee. W. B. . .316-378 Bravbrooks. Mrs. W. K. Bucklev, P 4OO Anderson. G. R 410 Baker, Gertrude 438- Beebe, H. M 4O4 Blambech, A. 419 456 Buell. C. R 126- Anderson, Geo. 316-388-408 4 " i- " Beebe. Mrs. R. B 456 Blanchard. A. H 371 Bravton, Dorothy 463 127-410 Anderson. H. A 402 Baker, H. W 377 Beebe. Rita 26-454-455-483 Blanchard. P. B 3O9 Bravton. L. B 347 Buell. F.B 330 Anderson. Helen 24- Baker. R. C. . .333-383-420 Beeckel, X. A 126- Blashill. C. W. . . .332-333 Breakey. R. S 401 Buell, Marion 466 310-315-449-454-483-485. Baker, Stannard 25-80 127-337-410 Blashill. R.W 27 Brennan, W. E 82 Buffington, Margaret .449 INDEX Bulkoma A 413 Carman, C. G 296 Carnahan Euphenia . .23- 30-297-432-435-449-451- 4 ' " )3-455-484 Carnahan, Nanette 436-467 Carnegie, A 386 Chiu, Y. L 356 Chinese Students Club 356 Chi Phi ..394 Condit, D H 409 Cruzde L E 343 Hulkley, J. . ....363 Condon, Helen 32-485 Condon, Rebecca D. . .32- 449-453-463 Coney, D 277 Congdon, W. H 369 Cubbage, B. K. 352 Bulkley, Louise . . .462-466 Bull, L. P 179-365 Bullock, Blanche ..29-485 Bullock, Carrie 29-142 Bullock, W. M 402 Bumgardner.H.E. .82-386 Bumpus, J. A 365 Bunker, Bernice 29-454-485 Bunker R E 400 Culp Lois 142 Chi Omega 473 Culver, D. C 310-403 Culver, F. W 1 18-366 Culver G G 409 Chipnmn, Hope H. 138-401 Chi Psi 361 Carney N J 308 Chon, B. 384 Conkey, S ... 424 Cummings, Mrs. C. B. . 347- 456 Cumnikey Ed 413 Carney, R. B. W. . .30-338 Carney, R. J 403-419 Caroll E 388 Chow, F. Y. . . .356 Christensen, Edna .31-477 Christenson, Ruth 443-471 Christian, F. G 83 Christian, Margaret . .434- 436-483 Christiansen, C. O. ...349 Christie, M.H 378 Christie, R. W 12(i- 127-328-405 Christman, L. R 349 Chu, P. C 343-356 Chubb, D 31-289-385 Chung, H. C 31-356 Church, Georgia ..467-485 Church, K. D 390 Conn, W. ... .381 Connable, A. ... .363 Cunningham, J 386 Cunningham, R. B. . . 116- 338-415 Cunningham, R. R. ...118 Curless MB 291 Carpenter, H. B 83 Carpenter, H. R. .320-349 Carpenter, Leila M. J. .30 Carpenter, M.G... 109-4 11 Carpp, Joy 437 Connable, Frances J. . .465 Conner, E F 410 Bunting, R. W.381-387-402 Burby W E 418 Conover, G V 377 Burchell, R. . . . 148-383-420 Burdick L 416 Conrad, L. H. ... .314 Cook, A. F 396-415 Cook, A. J 393 Cook, DO. . . .302 Currah, Kathleen ..33-476 Curran, L 324 Curran, L. B 174- 209-21C-423 Curran, W. D 405 Currie C 180-281-386 Burge, J. W 423 Carr, A. R 308-419 Burgess D 386 Carr.Mrs.Edithl. 137-138 Carr, Mrs. L. J. ..377-456 Carr, ZellaP 31 Carrigan, J. A. ... 367-408 Carrol, E. M 349 Carroll F D 116- Burhans, E 29 Burk, E. A 315 Burkart H H 402 Cook, Evelyn 487 Cook, F G 412 Cook, F R. . 32-83 Burke, Celia 481 Cook, H. G 32 Cook, R M. . . .419 Currie, Helen . . . .405 Currier, F. P 307-407 Curtin, J. L. . .108-109-409 Curtin, J. H. . 108-109 Burke E E 224 Burkholder, P. ...239-242 Burns, F. A 308-419 117-283-316 Cook, V 149-349 Cook.W. E 83-329 Chute, G. M 29- Burns L A 239-250 Carson, Elizabeth 334- 433-435 83-180-224-254-306-313- 319-329 Cilliers, D. P 127 Cissel, J. H 390 Cooley, C H. ... .362 Curtis, A. B. . .84-279-395 Curtis, C. E. . 33-411 Burrige, S. P 410 Cooley, Dean M. E. . .318- 322-364-381-426 Cooley, W. C. . 273-333-394 Cooper, Beatrice 481 Burris, Elizabeth . . 30-463 Burrows, E. G 414-415 Burrows, H. N. . . .352-362 Bursley, J. A 284-426 Bursley, P. C 365 Curtis, G 385 Carson T 381 Curtis, H 372 Cites, H. H 118-386 Curtiss, R. H 371 dishing, C. F. ... 159-362 Cushing, F. T 33-362 Cushing, Joyce 476 Carter, L. J 281-369 Clagett, Charlotte 485 Clancy, G 379 Cooper, Mabel 142 Cooper, R. E 380 Burton, M. L 19- Clapp, Frances 466 Clardy, K. F 301-303 Clark A. D 273 Cooper, R. J. ..33-177-401 Cooper R U ... 409 309-350-381-493 Burton Phyllis 30 443-444-479 Cartier.C.W 405 Custodio, C. R 357 Cuthbert, A. O. 84-170-32(1 Cutting, F. C 291-388 Cutting, R. D. .33-273-371 Cygnus 424 Cooper, R. W 273 Corbctt, P 394 Clark, A. J 349 Clark, C. J. ...83-352-424 Clark, C. L 352 Bushnell E 363 Carver, H. C 323 Busse, W 415 Carver, N. M 395 Cary, E. W 303 334-474 Buster, Helen 467 Butcher, Florence . 156-471 Butler B M 373 Gary, G. H 31 Cary, J 316-415 Clark, Doris . .289-434-464 Clark F J 409 Corby, F. S. 84-372 D Cary, Mrs. W.H 456 Cary, W. J 410 Casady, T. E 371 Clark G 289-414 Corcoran W A 407 Butler, C. E 347 Clark.H. A. S. . 371-401-392 Clark H C 273 Cordova, N 343 239-240-241-325 Butler, L. L 30 Case, E. C 333 Case, E. W 372 Case, F. W 352 Clark, H. D 349 Clark, I. S 347 Clark J 364-370 Corneliuson.Goldie ..434- 483 Daley, C. H 316- 328-393-413 Butler, R. M. ...349 Butler, W. B. .273-289-415 Case.H 275-414 Case, L. 306-308 Clark, Mrs. J. S 486 Clark L 369 Cornwell, E. S 352-362 Cornwell F 393 Dalton, J. W 118-415 Dalziel, H 397 Damon, N. 34-180-372-414 Ca.R. B 347-349 Clark! O.K. ...31-332-333 Clark W 374 Corsctte H J 417 Buttars, Kaye 30-336 Button J 387 Case ' ; Mrs. R. B 456 Coryell, W. G. ...303-423 Cosmopolitan 343 Case, T. J 83-333-372 Caskey, H 315-424 Clarke, C. W 308-383 Clarke G E 32 Dando T 394 Butts W H 362 Cossitt F M 378 Danforth P O 84 Byers ' , A. D. 79-82-320-377 Casler, W. J. 135-136 Cassidy, H 385 Clarke, H 383 Clarke J C 277-377 Cossitt, Henry 421 Cossitt J I 378 Daniels, F " . H 347 flyers! R. N 273-358 Byland, N. O 109-349 Byrne H 370 Cassidy, R 365 Caswell, Inez . . 137-138-454 Caswell.W. W 349 Catherwood, Gladys ..471 Cavanaugh, H. T 375 Cave, Catherine 437 Caverly, H 387 Clarke, Josephine . . . .486 Clarke, Leota 32 Costa, M. A 132- 133-315-403 Cote, Cora . 477 Daniels, T. C. .154- 310-315-339-403 Darnton, B 323 Darden, F. B 413 Darling, C. ...368-337-401 Daskam, Margaret ...334 DasTupta, C 334 Clarke N. E 406 C Cabot, H 307-321-342 Cabot, Dean H.M. ...426 Cacique Club 425 Cadwell, Lillian . . .30-470 Cady Edith 30- Clarkson, A. ....374 Cote, Gernadette .477-485 Cotter F D . 366 Clary, F. E 118 Claxton W T 343-424 Cottin, J. R 33-345 Cotton, W. A. 149-279-324 Coughlin, Evelyn. .273-476 Cleland.E 416 Cercle Francais 334 Clements, Doris 142 Clements, N. V 79-83 Cleveland Club 353 Cleveland, E. T 340 Clifford, E. M 402 Clippert, G. F 32-371 Clore Wm 369 Dates, Gertrude 34 Daupherty, C 332 Daugherty, Hester 185-488 Daughertv, Katherine .488 Daughty, Edna . . . .35-436 Daughty, E. W 35 Cerveny F 83 84-306-320-349 Coulter, Mildred I. 33-475 Coutts, G 325-381 Cowan, Margaret W. . .33 Cowden, R. W. 297-314-392 Cowie, Dr. D. M. .307-401 Cowin J 158-416 Chadwick F E 418 Chambers, G. W 135- 455-457-484 Cady, Evelyn ....334-485 Cain Elizabeth 433- 136-412 Chambers, Helen 31- Daughty, Grace 443 436-455-485 Chambers, lone 490 Chambers, S. O.. . .401-411 Chamberlain, Elinor . .31- 83-460-470 Chamberlain, E. R. . . .380 Chamberlain, H. G. . .347- 349-381 Chamberlain, N. K. . . .83- 306-348 Chamberlin.R 385 Close R 367 434-435-473 Cajucom, J. M. . . .343-357 Cake Esther 488 Cloud A 370 Davenport, K. M 34- 280-361-473 Davenport T A 378 Clover, N 467 Cnossen, Sadie M 32- 335-454-483 Coates, A. E 83- 349-381-456 Coates, Mrs. A. E. . . .456 Cowles, R A. ... .84- 291-296-313 Cowley, C. F 84 Coxon, A. W 407 Coyne, Mary. . .33-335-454 Cozad, Dorothy ..438-472 Cozine, E M 309 Cake, W. E 308-383 Davenport, W. 416 Calder, Marguerite .30-436 Calder, R. R. .104-105-311 Cald-well L E 104-105 Davidson, A. B 363 Davidson, E 361-372 Davidson, H 393 Davidson, Mrs. J. L. . .456 Davidson R 155-404 Calvi H C 30 Cambell, R. A 381 Coates, J. O. .289-329-392 Coates S B 32- Crabbe, J. W 366 Craftsmen 325 Camburn, W. A 82 Cameron, W. R. ...82-367 Camp, Dr. C. D 307- 321-401 Camp, F. . 149-294-324-361 Campbell, Alma D. 464-485 Campbell, Beatrice . . .440 Campbell, B. P 23- 30-167-273-275-312- 368-374-414-466 Campbell, C. A 157- 289-331-340-374 Campbell, E. D. 308 Davidson, W. K.84-370-388 Davis, C. L 361-377 Davis, D. H 370 Champ, W 329 Champion, Beatrice . .300- 443-449-452-453-462-477 Chandler, C 156 273-289-414 Cochran.H. 32-334-349-421 Cochran, Lois M 32 Coe W 397 Craig, Jessie 33 Craigie, Winifred 485 Craine, D 374 Davis, E. C. P 115- 118-283-316-375 Davies, E. G. . 283-322-4CO Davis, J. L 362 Davis, M. K 118-291 Davis, Mildred 34 Davis, P. D 410 Davis R 273-383 Cramer, E. H 347-397 Cramer, S. S. . 170-268-271 Crane, C. C 84-329 Chandler, H. B 349 Coffey, H. R 118-415 Coggan, J. G 83 Cogshall C D 292 Chang, S. T 343-356 Chao, J. T 356 Chapel, H. R. .31-390-420 Chapin, Martha 454 Cogswell, Ada 449 Cohen, G 343 Cohn, J. M 109-349 Crane, H. D 33 Crane, N 385 Crane, R. T 362 Chapman, H. L. . . .31-369 Chapman, R 354 Cohn J R 425 Crane, W. E 352 Cranse, Dorris 435 Craver, M 386-417 Crawforth, Wm. ..224-381 Creol C 388 Davy, Mrs. H. S 456 Daw E 367 Chappie, C 292-365 Chappell, L 374 Cohn! R. .. ...425 Campbell, E. W 347 Campbell, Frank 347 Campbell, J. V. . . .363-401 Campbell, Mildred ...335 Campbell, O. J 82-363 Campbell, R. A. 291- Colt 316 Dawson, J. P. Jr 34- Chase, J. M 117-415 Chase, Mary A 358 Coker, R. J 418 Colburn W C ... 366 178-271-273-280-294-4CO Day, Clarabelle 34-487 Colby W F . 379 Crego C H 411 Chase, Mildred 31- 436-443-457-475-484 Chase, R. V 410 Charter, G. H 31-393 Chatlin, H. . 31 Colcord B . 376 Crelly D A 353 Deamantopoulous, C. D. . 343 Dean, H .347-349-387 Coleord, Harriet 32-454-463 Cold D A . .413 Crelly, T. S. . . 353 280-313-323-379-411 Campbell, R. G. ..108-109 Campbell, W. P. . .279-368 Canfield, Dr. 321 Cress E H 382 Cole, Annetta 476 Crewell, H. . 303 Cole, C. J. ...291-313-387 Crino, M. . . 160-404 34-478-483 Dean, W. C 84-306 Dean W D 209-217 Chen, C. H. 356 Cole, H. N 308 Crispin, D. M. . 84 Canfield, John 380 Chen, C. S. 356 Cole, H. P 402 Crittenden, Margaret .33- 464 Cron, R. S. . . .307-321-406 Crosby, D. . . 33-390 Canfield, R. B. ...307-406 Cannable, Josephine . .440 Chen D S 356 Cole J K 404 Dearborn, C. H. . . .84-180 DeBaeke, V. H 34 Debating Team 301 DeBoer, Bertha 34-454-483 Deback, R. F 175-405 Decker, D. H 378 Deeds R W 343 Chen, F. P. . . ..356 Cole, K. R 417-476 Cole, Lucile 142-349 Cole, W. E 321-407 Chen, H. P 356 Chen, P. C 343-356 Cannon, J H 380 Crosby, J. . 362 Cannon, Dr. R. F 402 Canwright, C. M 349 Capistrano, R. 117-343-357 Caplan, Jeanette . . .30-483 Cappon, F. C 149- 176-209-216-324-385 Capron, E S 82 Chen, S. T 356 Cole, W.H .332 Coleman, Olive . . .32-467 Collar, F. A 307 Collier, Dorothy M. ...32 Collins, G. W 291- Crosby, Marion ..340-362 Cross, A. L 326-369 Cross, F. . 394 Chen, 8. Y. . . . . .356 Cheney, WE 83 Cheng, F. P 343 Cross, H 365-416 Grassland, S. H 409 Crouse, Alma 458-465-485 Croushore, J. W 282- 289-321-385-407 Croxton, M 369 Cruikshark, C. 239-242-253 Cruise, J. D 320-378 Crumb, C. W 117-292 Deemer, Ruth 34- Cheng, S. Y. 343 436-451-467 Defley, J E 34 Chenot, R. B 334-385 Cheslev, W. S 366 Chester, Iva 31 Chew, S. D. 356 308-313-419 Collison, T. J 376 Comb, W. E 291 Comin, Ava 472 Commerce Club 336 DeFrance, S. J 84-319 DeGraff O C 347 Carey, G H 413 Carey, Harold 315 Deihl V F 300 Carey, Maude 488 Carleton, L. 386 Chidester, Helen 485 Childs, G M. 412 van Deinse, Mary 34 Carlton, F. H 82-329 Childs, S. C 387-420 Comstock, J. P.273-303-378 DeKraker, Louise . .34-483 Delaney, J. H 411 Deland, G. A 126 Delbridge, Helen .430-435 467 Delf, Phyllis 449 Delmvt, D. T. . . 35 Dehoff, R 410 Delta Chi 375 Delta Delta Delta 475 Delta Gamma 465 Delta Kappa Epsilon ..363 Delta Sigma Delta . . . .402 Delta Sigma Rho 309 Delta Sigma Phi 393 Delta Sigma Pi 421 Delta Tau Delta 371 Delta Theta Phi 415 Delta Upsilon 369 Dennian, J 374 Dciiiinon, R. W 311 Demmink.G 3(11-300 Demuth, Wilma 487 Denison, W. C 407 Deuly, E 183 Dennian, D. C. ...307-411 Dengmore, G. E 35- 301-303-309 Densmore, Ruth A. ...142 Dental Society 337 DePree, H. E 362 Dc-I ' ivr, Ma G. 1(111-107-469 Di-Puy, C 374 Derrick, Florence B. . . 3.V 444-478 Delluiter, H 420 Des Ermina, J. Alice . . 146 Des Jardins, N. I 280 Desmord, O 350 Des Roches, P. W 84 Detwiler, J. M 349 Dctwyler, Gladys T. 3.5-4li(S Deuchler, L.Y 85-3S7 De Vera, S. A 357 Devereaux, H. C 35 DeVries, M.L. ..380-400 De Wesse, H 369 Dewey, D. R 376 Dewey, F 372 Dewey, T 148-289-379 Dewey, Prof. W. A. . . .404 De Wit, D 343 DeWitt.C.A. 291-347-406 Diarck, Mrs. A. W. ...485 Diamond, P 35 Dickie, M. R 85 Dickinson, E. D. .283-309 Dickinson, J. E. ..349-395 Dickinson, Wirifred ..472 Dickman, F. J 3I Dickrager, (I. F 315 Dichrager, 403 Diehl, K. D 291 Diekhoff, Frieda F. ..157- 289-435-462-475 Dieterle, R 35- 289-379-393-406-418 Dietrick, J.. . . . .370 Dietrick, W. F 85 Dillon, R. . ..159 Dimock, R. H 337 Dime, n, W. E 427 Dingier, H. A 405 Dinwiddie, J. E 3( 4 Dion, J. E 346-419 Dixon, D 380 Dixon, Helen 485 Dixon, H. J 353 Dixon, Margaret . .437-485 Dixon, M. A 85- 171-227-230-306-308-318- 419-465 Do you remember? 165 Dobbs, H 335 Dobson, R. T 377 Dodd, Martha 466 Dodd, R 392 Dodge, H. P 85 Dodge, J. F 116- 118-316-415 Dodsley, Katherine 465-483 Dodson, J. M 35-369 Doetsch, J. F 35 Doherty, Nora 436 Doman, C. F 85 Dombey, Edith 490 Donahue, H. A 273- 292-374 Donahue, T. J 303-308 Donaldson, D 321 Donaldson, S. W 4C6 Dong, N. M.T 356 Donley, R.N 354 Donner, F 334-420 Donovan, J 385 Dooge, L. E 376-420 Doolittle, S. . . . 151-321-4C6 Dornbos, L. H. J. . .35-393 Dorr, H. M 275 Doty, W. E 279 Dougherty, C. E 347 Dougherty, N 464 Dougherty, T. S. .116-118 Doughty, Edna 483 Doughty, Grace 484 Douglas, C. D 377 Douglas, D. C 85 239-242-319-385 INDEX Dow. D 85-319-322 Elliott, E 367 ringer, T. J 347-377 Freshman Pharmical Class Dowd.G 315 Elliott, Helen .335-443-449 Finley. Ellen 37 163 Downing, Margaret A. 478 Elliott, P. P 36- Finn. S. M 369 Freshman Homeopathic Draewell, O. T. . 35-380-421 301-302-341-350-380-124 Finney. R. G 411 Class 161 Draewell. W. G 35 Elliott, S. B 347-353 Fink. D. J 37 Freud. H 391 Drake, Elizabeth 460 Elliott, Mrs. T 460 Fink. W. L 3O6-3O8 Frennd, Rosalind 444 Drake. J. Jr 369 Elliott, W. F 181- Finkbeiner, C. S. .. :- Frey. J. G 23- Drake. J. H 369-400 H7-MB47 - W-tH 86-32O-366 38-167-271-275-318-325- Drake. R. Jr 367 Ellis, E. K 340-380 Finsterwald. Y. M. . . .480 341-342-358-349-373-414 Drake. R. L 400 Ellis, F. D. . Finsel, F. G 86-419 Friedman, H 389 Drake. R 369 Ellison, C. D 349 Fischer. F. L 315-358 Friedlund. J. A. . .383-408 Dreese, E. E 390 Ellsworth, C. S. ..349-396 Fischer, H 413 Friedman, I H 11O Dreis . W. J 329 Elsoffer, H. H 85 Fischer. Ilene 484 Friedman, L 353-391 Dresbach. J 292-383 Elv. C. E 257-258 Fischer. R. 239 Friers. C 352 Druids 2O3-326 Ely. France 483 Fish, Mrs. J.W 456 Froh, L. A 347 Drver, J. A 273-289-379 Elv. G. E 175-102 Fish. J. M 347 Froh, Mrs. L. A 456 DrVer. R. B 407 Ely. X 361 Fisher, J. A 279 Frocht. M. M 86 Drysdale, Eleanor 436-478 Eman, V. H 153-110 Fisher, R. S 227-326 Frost, J. C 38-365 DuBoU. D 416 Emans. E. L 291 Fishhack, H. G 362 Frost, Lesley 470 DuBoU. P. 1 406 Emerson, H 38O- Fiske, G. W 28O-367 Frost. R 286-314 DuBois. R. X 85-306 381-4O1-4O3 Fiske, T. E 362 Frounfelker. E. J 87 Dubuar. Dorothv D.36-4O8 Emery, C. B 378 Fitch. Eloise 37 Fry. Mrs. C. H 38 Duekwall. P. Jr 417 Emerv, G. F. ..79-3O6-32O Fitch. Susan . .432-435-470 Fry. Grace 432- Dudley. W. R 85-329 Emetrio, R 357 Fitzpatrick 4O1 433-434-440-452-477-485 Dodek. W. W 395 Emswiler. J. E. 279 Flader, E 388 Fuess. L. W. 23-38-333-387 Duemling, W. W 151- Enders, C. R. 86 Flaker. D. L 412 Fukui, Kita . .355-450-484 312-376-401 Duffield. Elizabeth . . -490 Engels, Margaret 142 Enggas, Carl 380 Flarsbein, W 384 Fleckenstein, R. P. . . .382 Fuller. C. A 279 Fuller, Florence . .449-484 Duffield, G. ..295-363-400 English. G. A 345 Fleig. A. T 425 Fuller. Mrs. M L 456 Duffield, H 383 Engineering Honor Com- Fleischaker. W 384 Fuller. Xorma A. . 36-472 Duffield, M 363 mittee 331 Fleischauer. H. W. . . .321- Furlong, H. A. 342-349-406 DuflV. J. Jr 361 Engineering Society . .330 374-406 Furstenberg, A. C. . . .307- Dunakin. P. H 366 Eno. R D 36-387 Fleischbein, J. A 395 421-W7 Duncan. C 156 Enriquei. J. A 357 Fleming, R 86-419 Futch, C. . 179-289-353-407 Duncanson. D 415 Epstein. S 335 Fleming, W 397 Duncan, Mrs. G 456 Erbaugh. J. M 36-303 Fletcher. C. X 132- G Duncan, Mrs. K 456 Erhard. Owen 383 133-315-403 Dunleavy, G 373 Erikson. E 386 Flint W. S 119 Gabby. H. . ...411 Dunlop. B. E 14V- Erlenbach. L. P. . .335-352 Gabler. A 479 17.V271-281-323-423 Erman, Charlotte 484 Flood D 363 Gaertner, Marie A. ..281- Dunn, B. J 127 Ermann. Marria 485 358-474 Dunn. E. W 309 Dunn, J 224 Espelding. D. H. 4O5 EsterheM.J.J. 104-105-390 Florer, H. W 371 Flower W M 382 Gage, Gladys, . . 444-485 Gaige, I. M 333 Dunn, J. F 377 Etheridge, W. B 371 Gaines. A. H 376 Dunn. J. K 303 Ettleson, L 275-425 Galbraith, W. K. 273-290 Dunn. W. L 372 Eubank. J. E 86-390 Foley X K 4O7 Gale, G. M 347-348 Dunne. E 368 Eustrom, H. H. . .289-348 Follis W I 126-128-402 Gale, Mrs. G. M 452 Dunne. R. J 166- Evans, Catherine 465 Galens ...321 2O9-21O-239-244-318-328- Evans, D 354 Fobom, T M 332 Gallagher. Pauline 477 341-368-400 Evans, H. R 379 Folti R H 86 Gallerv, J. A 38 Dunphy. H 401 Dunsmore, C 415 Dunster. W. H 85 Evans, J. H 377 Evans, J. K 332-420 Evans, L 158 Fonner. R. M 108-110 Forbes. D. A 239-250 Galliver, Luella . . .448-450 Gallogly, W. . ..177- 275-342-367 Durbin, E. T 311-347 Everett. R. E 86 351-119 451 171 Galpin, W. F 369 Durbin, J. M 105- Everham. E. M 376 Ford Jane 437-47 Galster, H. W 412 118-349-418 Durfee. Prof. E. X. 316-400 Even , H . R. 291-390 Ewing. R. R 86-329 Ford, Kathryn 487 Ford P C 350 Gait, L. L. . 38-418 Gamble, Margaret E. .38- Durfee.J 138-334 Ewin . Mrs. E E. 119-456 335-436-478-483 Durling. Dr. J. K 404 Dubsiber. Helen 142 Excell, R. H 371 Eyre, F. H 36-332 Forestry Crab 332 Gamma Eta Gamma . .413 Gamma Phi Beta 464 Dwerak. Frances E.I 1O-469 Dyer. C. A. . 126-127-402 Forrester! Hazel C. .37- 151 171-1S3 Gannon. L 379 Gardham. K 410 Dvll, L. M 23-36-341 Dyment. R. E. . . .281-386 Fagerburg, D. F. . ..116- Forsythe, C. E 138 Forsytbe. Elizabeth . . .478 Forsythe L 378 Gardner. Mrs. A. D. . .456 Gardner, Esther 489 Garfield. S 224 Eades.C.E 383-407 119-316-342-400 Fain, C. X 347 Forsythe, X. M 370 Forsyth R A 116- Gargoyle 277 Gariepy, L. J. 108-110-407 Eagleson. S 378 Earbart, E. C 85- 254-327-329 Fair. Mary 436 Fairbanks, K 289 Fairbanks. Margaret . .485 119-295-408 Forsvthe, W. E. 3O8- 3O-4O9-386 Gariepv. Mrs. L 456 Garlinghouse. J. G 423 Gamer. G. F 3O2 Earle. G. X 379 Falk, Marion 485 Garrett, W. H 38 Earle, H. . ..364 Famous Alumni 183 Foster L 348 Garst, J. C .38 Earley. J 110-409 Farley. H 150-416 Gartland, Jane 38-449 Eastlake, Clara . . 355-4SO Farnam f r 39Q Garvey, H 411 Eastbnd. J. X 127 Farnam, Imogene ....484 Foster J x Garvey, J 383 Eaton. C. D 1 10 Eaton. Elizabeth 479 Farnam, Isabelle 36 Farrell, A. C 36 Foster, L. T 409 Garvey, P 388 Gashkin, C. M 309 Eaton, G. D 181-280 Farrell. F. D 36-303 Gaskins. W 393 Eaton, J. F 116- Farrell, S. J 329-254 Foster W 379 Gates, Florence L 142 119-316-413 Fast.B. R HO Gavern, Mae 142 Eberbach. C 37O-4O1 Fast, R 406 Gavey, A. J 358 Eckhart. Hazel 449-471 Fast, Olive 437 Gebhart, J 372 Eckert, Charlotte .47.V4 9 Eckert. Louise 150-460-485 Fatters, A. 8 329 Faught. Xita 472 Fowler, H. W. . 126-128-402 Fox E H 78- Gee, C. T 356 Geer. Hazel 1 138 Eddv, B. H. . .347-349-361 Eddv, X. W 313 Faulkner. P. M. 132- 133-315 79-86-173-292-319-388 Gehring, W 383 Geinella, J. . . . 354 Eder, B 127 Edgecumbe. Susan . . . .437 Edison, R. L. . .36-347-382 Edmonds, C. C 421 Faust. M 335-343 Faust. W. L. 4 -; Faust. Mrs. W. L 456 Favias, J. C 343 Fox, F. J 128-410 Fox, R 364-397 France. J. S. 308-419 Frandsen. E 387 Geltz. Dorothy 273-483 Genebach. L. B 227-230 General Organizations 327 Geniesse. J C 417 Edmonton. Gladys C. .36 Edmunds.C.W.372-401-403 Edmunds, W. P 407 Favorite, L. P. 294-374-383 Fead. Ann 472 Fead. M 394 Frank. Helen D. 4 Frankhauser, W. H. 37-3O9 Franklin. L. I. 277-294-384 Genthe, E 392 George. R. E 4O2 Gerard, Elsie .... 480 Edwards, F 365-387 Fead, Pauline 462-476 Fraley. D. J 291-296 Gerlock. E. M. . . 350 Edwards. G 380 Effinger. J. R 326- Fearron, Xeal B 36 Federman. A. L. 37-353-3S9 Fraser. S 364 Fraternity Index 321 Gerred. M. S 332 Gerrie. T. E 349 " --; -_ ' Effinger, Mrs. J. R. . . .485 Feetham, Helen 37-334-466 Fellows. Mrs. J. R. ... 450 Frayer. TA . A 295-394 Fraser, Bemice B 37- Gessner, C. . . . 177-271-389 Gessner. H. B. ...281-379 Egi. K 355 Fellows, Lee 369 137-454-459-480-483 Giang, Ai Lan . . . .356-185 Ehresman. D 15O-386 Felters. A. S 86 Frease, A 383-415 Gibford, C. W 39 Ehrke.G. E 353 Febenthal. H 389 Fredericks, D 277-3O3 Gibson. A. C. 339-347-405 Ehrl.oh, Sally . ...36- Fenech, H. B 110-380 Freedman. J 391 Gibson. Dorothy 484 4 S-U -Ut Fenten. A 154 Freeman, Florence. .37-470 Gibson. E. C 393 Eibler, W. G 36-347 Fenton, R 155-412 Freeman. Tbelma 469 Eieh, L. M 300-309 Fenwick. L. L. .302-348 French. H. L 4O4 Gibson, Gretta 142 Eidson. D 403 Ferguson, A. L. . . .209-419 French. R. B 13S-423 Gibson. R. 148-339-369-420 Einstein. P. L. . . .353-384 Ferguson, C. X 3O8 Freidhmd. J. A. . 116-119 Gieger. M. S 38-277 Eisele. C 381 Ferguson, G. W. . .291-322 Frenger, Rosalie 485 Gilbert, R. 347-MH Eisele, L. E 375 Ferguson, H 403 Freshman Literary Class Gilbert, W. G 39 Eldredge. H. C.127-394-410 Ferguson, J. C., Jr. ..37- 160 Gilbert, W. V 87- Eldridge. W. A. ..119-415 MM Freshman Engineering 346-348-364 Eleson, E. R. . 128-346-349 Fernandez, S. A. . .343-357 Class 161 Gilchrist. D. J 39-3O2 Elhoee, L. G 346 Ferris, L 413 Freshman Architectural Gildner. H 394 Elringa. E. R 108- Ferry. C 365 Class 161 Gilett, Mrs. E 456 110-374-106 Feasenden. M. E. . Freshman Medical Class Gilhams. Doris ...436-444 Elledge. J 335 Field, B 303-309-349 162 Gilhams. Ruth 475 Elliot. R. W 373 Fildew, D. A 37-38O Freshman Law Class ..162 Gilhooley. A. A. . 402 Elliot, Margaret 484 Finch, R. L 406 Freshman Dental Class 163 Gill, W 339-116 Gillard, D. K 413 Gillespie. Helen 485 Gillet, 151 Gillette. E. P. 108-110-406 Gillies, C 393 Gillies, Margaret . . 13S-483 Gillis. C E 333 Gillis. E 332 Gillis. Florence 470 Gillis, L. R 333-346 Giimore, A. E 402 Gilner, F. E 302-378 Gilpin, J 390 Gingrich, Florence 438-439 Ginsberg. A. A 128 Ginsburg. M 30 Girls Glee Club 431 Gladhill. H 3O8 Gladhill. Mrs. H. E. . .456 Gladstone. R. M 425 Glasgow. J. B 300- 301-302-347-349-350-397 Glasgow. L 397 Glass, L 411 Glatte, H. L 387 Glatz. J M 291 Glazer, J 391 Gleason. A. L 39-409 Gleason. R. C 340 Glee and Mandolin Crab j " Glover, C. C 31O-4O3 Glover, J. W 39-379 Glover, Xatalie 436 Glow. H. H 349 Glunt. J. D 39-346 Gnau, H 275 Gobbler. Anne . . . .334-436 Goddard, E C 4OO Goddard. Eloise 460 Godfrey. Dara 476 Godfrey. G 438 Godley. G. 174-289-320-379 Goebel. P 149- 166-209-210-216-324-330- 383 Goellner. F. J 346 Goets. A. G 108- 110-172-275-321-328-369- 394-401 Goetz, M. A 79- 87-176-279-303-306-312- 319-320-394 Goetz. W. E 382 Goldberg, D 279 Goldberg. M. H. .119-391 Goldin, H 343 Goldman, E. R 87 Goldman. J 87 Goldripg, M 273-389 Golds. G 393 Golds. H. D 349-393 Goldsmith. I. B. .275-384 Gokfcmiih.M. A 412 Goldsmith. P. H 346 Goldstein, I. A 39-389 Goldstein, L 352-354 Goldwater. L. J 277 Golinski. S. W 87-349 Gooch. Dorothy 473 Good, A. J 87 Goodall. Harriett 476 Goodell. G. S 39 Goodhue, Ruth H 23- 39-M3-448-4 53-4 54-468 Goodison, A. M. . .87-329 Goodman, A. K 343 Goodman, D. M 39 Goodman, H. W. ..97-329 Goodman, L 365 Goodman, R 353 Goodrieh. F I D ...378 Goodsite. V.Z 39- 177-271-389 Goodsieed. W 363 Goodyear. R. R 353 Gorden. G. W 347 Gordon. M. .. .40-289-391 Gordon, P. W 116- 1 19-283-376-4O8 Gorman, F. A 4O Gorman. R. C. 126-128-410 Gorrin, T 384 Gosinski. J. X. . . .279-329 Gospill. Dorothea 40 Gottlieb. 1 40 Gould. H. S 395 Gould. J. J 3O2-396 Gould, L M 349-397 Goulder. Helen 438 Goulder. Portia 44O- 443-449-473-484 Gowen. E. F. Gower, B. G 378 Gower. G. F 4O-335 Gower, W. W 40- 179-271-277-328 Graaf, H. F.. ..409 Gracy, T. C 347 Graham. C. C 349 Graham, I. F 40-367 Graham, Locke 440- 449-471 Graham, W 367 Grain, L 392 Gram. I. M 370 Granse. W. H. 119-352-390 Grant, B. E 345 Grant, D. M 345 Grant, E. A 315 Grant, L 156 Graves, A. 371 Graves, E. M 352 Graves, O. X 410 Granville. R 381 Gray. A 361 Gray, D 4O-S88 Gray, Gera!dine 334 Gray, H. W 347 Gray, K. M 385 Gray, R 383 Green, A. 156 Green, C. M 87-308-361 Green, G. F. . . 40-369-4C6 Green, L. A 377 Green, M 354-39O Green, 378 Green, P. R 119-349 Green. R. L 119 Green, Ruby 438 Greecbaum, F. A. .4O-3O1 Greenbai-m, M. L. 352-391 Greenberg. S 179- 271-335-291 Greene, I. W 4O7 Greecebaim. S 384 Greenfield, A 381 Greenfield. R. M 34 Greenleaf. E 4C-415 Greecough. Catherine 43C- 443-448-452-4 53-4SMM Greenstoce, E. 128-337-291 Greenwa ' d. Dorothy. . .484 Gregg. W. C 402 Gregory ' . B. R 375 Gregory. G. E 87- 17O-3O6-319-328-3J 0-374 Gregory. Helen 477 Gregory. P- 397 Gregory. R- A. 279-302-375 Gregory. R. S 410 Gretrirger. F. J. . . .4C-325 Gridley. I aura 40-464 Gridky. Winifred 464 Cries, Stella M 142 Griffin. C. E 3C9 Griffin, Mary 436-467 Griffis. E. T. . .40-191-313 Griffis, Marion 486 Grigsby. J. B 41-418 Grisier. D. K 296-387 Grt-more. G. C 408 Griswold. Elizateth . . .466 Griswold, Helen 437- 458-484 Groff, Edra 23- 41-275-429-445-446-451- 454-475-484 Gross, R.J 352 Gross, T. A. ..... 322-358 Groves, B 374 Groves, H 354 Groves, W. E 378 Grehzit, O. M 110 Gurhzit, Mrs. O. M 46 Grurdy, H. B 41- 273-280-386-414 Gruschow, W. F. .292-421 Guadagro. J. J 2S9 Guecin, M. A 352 Guenfberg. E. A 425 Guenfberg. L. H. . .41-425 Guernsey, Vartha 4CO Guggerheim. M. E.. 41-3 4 Gtiazdowfki, J 347 Gvilford. Mina 471 Gen and Blade Club . .347 Gunn. J 394 Gunthal, R 3O7 Gurdjean, E. S 343 Gustin, Harriet C 41- 431-443-451-457-464 Gustine. Hekn 484 Gut tke, C. W 41 Gustus. J. A., Jr. . .41-386 Guy, P. F 108-110 Guzman. Celia 139-335-4cO Eaas. P. C 87 Habermsn, S 87 Haek. Beatrice 459 Hackbarth, Eimite . . .4 72 Hacker, G. F 302 Hackett. J. F 411 Haddock. Ruth. 41-154-483 Hadley, P 369 Had!ey. Reha 484 Hafer. H 41 Hagadone. H 41-424 Hagameir. R. L 423 Haggarty, G 363 Haggerty. H. F 405 Hague. F. R. 347 Hagrer. Lucile 488 Hague. R. F 349 Haidle. A. W 395-4O2 Haight. H. H 87-394 Hainer. lilah 485 Haires.D. H 41 Haire, Agnes A 139 Hahfetrcm, C. L 343 Hakusui. M 343-355 Halbert. Elizabeth 484 Haldar. Atha 450 INDEX Hale, C 277- 289-291-294-296-353-394 Halfort, Elizabeth 477 Halfhill, J 151-321 Halfhill, W. ...411 Haskell, W. C 353 Haskins, J 385 Heyer, Marie . . . .436 Hcyl, A. F 151-313 Hibbard, F P 43 Hopkins, Fred 380 I Ide, Dorothy L. . .455-483 Ide, E C 302 Jones, K. P 151- 291-313-347-409 Jones, Lincoln 289-335-381 Jones, Mrs. L 485 Jones, M. F 120 Hopkins, R 44-406 Haskins.E. D 289 Hasley Beata M 23- Hopwood, A 186 Hibbard, Winona 485 Hickey, F. G. . . .79-89-224 Hicks, E. R 352 Hookey, J 404 42-300-449-453-454-455- 483 Hasley, C. K 406 Hools, B 479 Ide, S 343 Halgrim, R 385 Haliday, H . . .438 Hooper, R 44 Ide, Sobin 355 Jones, P F 120-400 Hicks, Georgia ....43-465 Hicks, H. G 333 Horan, T. N 44 Hand, R 149-383 Jones, P. L 405 Jordon, Mrs. M. B. . .426- 428-484-485 Jordon, Natalie . . .335-485 Jose, E. L 46-343-357 Joseph, J H 385 Halk, Beatrice 444 Hall A G 337-381 Hori, Noble 35-450 von Hasscnzahl, Sylvia 483 Hastings H E 347 Hicks, H. H 410 Hicks, H. S 89 Horn, R. D. 23-44-291-313 Home, F 149-324-375 Horwig, Lester 380 Immel, I K 300 Hall Dr C T 402 Ines, E. J., Jr 45 Ines, Mary 440-443 Ingham W H 363 Hall, E W. . .407 Hastings, R. W 42- Hicks, M. D 373 Hall Grace 458-467 277-374-396 Hatashita E 355 Hieftje, J. J . 350 Hall H 372-374 Higbie, H. H. 417 Hostetler, H B 349 Ingle, E 394 Joy, Mrs. H. B 484 Joyce, S. S 107-111 Joyner, N. 172-289-326-378 Judson, D S 377 Hall H A 289 Hatch, C., Jr 23-42-414 Hatch, H. J 371 Hathaway D E 88 Higgins, E. J. 371 Hostrup, J W 325- Initiations 202 Hall, H. F 41-353 Hall, Helen 440-469 Hall, L. P. ... 337-349-402 Hall, Marion 483 Hall, R 394 Higgins, G. F 291-296 Higgins, G J .89-306 342-348-381 Hotchkiss, Walter 380-406 Hottinger, F B 376 Innes, T. M 45-353 lowe, W F 349 Hathaway J 297 Higgins, R R. .289 Irvin, C. E 45-366 Irving A G 410 Judson, J. E 395 Judson, Norma 46-432-485 Junior Literary Class . 148 Junior Engineering Class 149 Junior Architectural Class 150 Junior Medical Class .151 unior Law Class 1 52 unior Dental Class . . .153 unior Pharmical Class 154 unior Homeopathic Class 155 Junior Education Class 150 K Kaatz.A. F 46-393 Kaden, Vera 449 Kadow Edna 484 Hattendorf W H 378 Higuchi, T 343-355 Hildebrand, A. E 43 Hildner, J. A. C 323 Hill, C 294-340-409 Hough, Athalie 45- 23-271-334-430-436 Hough, C. S 373 Hatton, Kathleen .334-464 Haug, E 149-417-324 Hauk, Martha 142 Haule, Alberta 437 Hauselt, J. D 88-306 Hausman, B. F. ..347-348 Haven AW 88 Irving, A. J 337 Hall, R B 347 Irving, H 420 Hall RE. 407 Hough, Helen 45-487 Houk, L S 89-367 Irving, H. T 289 Halladay, Hope 465 Hallan, Harriet 436 Haller, C. O. . .88-267-390 Halliday, Anna ....41-460 Halliday, Ruth.... 437-485 Halline G 438 Hill, G 368 rwin B " 403 Hill, J. E. 354-368-388-390 Hill, J G. 43 Houkom, S. M 311 House, J. .181-275-277-393 House, Lois E. .45-338-450 House W S 289 rwin W D 407 rwin, W. E. R 89 shell, E 377 seminger, M. P 349 sham, W. S 120-400 skowitz A E 139 Hill, L F 410 Haven R 421 Hill, M 361 Haven R J 336 Hill, R G 43 House Clubs 423 Houseman, M. R 45 Housman, B. F 346 Houvener, H. L. 410 Hallinen R 153 Hawkins, H 42-354 Hawks, S 289-292-415 Hawks, H 42-275-377 Hawley, F 361 Hill S 411 Hollis, Laurella 435- 436-443-444 Hallcy, W. B 292 Halman, T. H. 306-329-386 Halsey, Catherine ....476 Halsey R 335-376 Hillery, V F 168- utzi, Gretta A 45- 449-454-483 ves, C. F. . . . 120-400 273-312-323-328-390 Hills, I. A 43-388 Hover, F. B. 410 Hawxhurst, E 156 Hilsinger, H 403 Howard, B. F. 418 ves, E. T 23-294-361 ves, Mary V 452-466 J J-Hop Committee .... 339 J-Hop . 298 Hawxhurst, Elizabeth .471 Hayden, Camilla 42- 432-451-466 Hayden, J. R 349-378 Haves, W. B 88-385 Hayes, H E. . 413 Hilton, C. L 325- Howard, C. E. 281-393 347-349-397 Himelstein, S. H 43 Hinchman, F. A 363 Hindes H 371 Howard, Elizabeth ...470 Howard, Helen 479 Howard, L. E 45 Howard, W. J. ...349-380 Howe, Mary 474 Howell, H 397 Ham C W ... .41 Hamel, H. J 346 Hamel J 273-390 Kadou Mabel 484 Hamell Ruth . .436 Hindenach, Mrs. R. A. 456 Kahn, Bernice D 480 Kahn, E. A 401 Hamer, Elizabeth J. . . .42- 454-483 Hames W 294-373 Hayes, Luvern 449 Haynes L W . 362 Hindshaw, Grace 460 Hinkey, M. G 346 Howell, Martha ..437-470 Howell, R. B 337-402 Howell, Ruth 485 Jackman, H. W 291 Jackson, Frances D. . .483 Jackson, R. A 345 Jackson, W. E 45-350 Jacob, F E. 239-251 Kahn, Lillian 3S9-1S] Kallar J 438 Hamilton, Geraldine. . .469 Hamilton J A 343 Hays H 152 Kalmbach, G. F. . .46-388 Kalmbach, L 46-421 Hays J G 370 Hinrichs, Charlotte 475-488 Hinsdale, W B 426 Hewlett, F 385 Hammels J G 390 Hays, Luvern .443-479-483 Hays, Margaret . .458-463 Hays, Mary. . .434-435-443 Hazel J K 349 Howlett, H. E. ...273-415 Hoyt, A. G 89-327 Hammer, B. H., Jr. .42-385 Hinshaw, H. C 382 Hinshaw, T 365 Jacobs, Dorothy ..479-483 Jacobs, Leone R. .436-477 Jacobson, E 389 Kappa Alpha Theta . . . .463 Kappa Beta Ps i 386 Kappa Delta 477 Kappa Kappa Gamma .4(10 Kappa Nu 391 Kappa Sigma 376 Kappes, Louise . . . 1 " S-4I { Kappler, H. C 90-395 Kaplan, Sarah E. . . 133-315 Kaplan. N. N 46 Hoyt, D 404 Hoyt, Elizabeth . .281-436 Hoyt, Genevieve 468 Hoyt, H 370-404 Hammer H G 377 Hinshaw, W 365-400 Hirsch J B 425 Hammet R C 373 Hazel, K. W 409 Hazen, R. M. . .88-306-349 Heald, A. A 291-394 Healy, Mary K. ...42-474 Heard, G A. 88 JafTe, A 46 Hammond, P. D 376 Han, Julia . . . 356-450-484 Hancock, Jeannette C. .473 Hanford, J. H 366 Hirschman, J 384 Hirth, A 349-370-400 Hishitani, R 355 Hitchcock, H. W 23- 1 67-280-3 12-34 1-382-400- 414 Hitchcock, W 367 Jamel, J 148 Hsiao, T 356 James, Clarice 490 James, Helen L 46 James, Laylin 415 James, R. B 46-396 Hsu, R. . . 356 Hsu, Q. H. . 343 Hanft C 159 Hoarding, W. 388 Hu, T. Y. . 356 Hann, F D 347 Heatley, R 151 Heath B L 349-419 Hua, J. T . 356 Jamison, H. W 375 Hanna, A. J . ...358 Huang, R 356 Jantzen, I. W. . . .89-329 Kapur, L. C 343 Hanna M E .349-405 Heath F M .23- Hixon, C. D. ... .405 Huang, T S 356 Jarvis, Ruth . . 476 Karle, Elsie 436 Hans, B 392 Hanselman, Margaret .479 Hanselman, W 177- 271-371 Hansen H . .303 43-168-273-275-312-326- 386 Heath, Sadybeth 273- 449-468-484 Hibberd, Winona A. ..273 Heckert J K 349 Ho, S. C. 343-356 Hubach, C. C 104- 100-277-370 Javierto, M. D 357 Jay, J . 335 Karpus, A 227-231 Ho, S M. 356 Kaser, G 392 Katcham, L 479 Hoad, Hortense ..443-464 Hoad, W. C 417-423 Hoag Lynn 307 Jee, S. H 356 Hubbard, H. H 157- 279-376 Hubbs, Mrs. C. L 456 Jeffries, E. . . . 152-383-415 Jeffrey, Dorothy 436- Katsinzuimi, S. ...343-355 Kauffman, Anna 490 Hobart, E 424 443-444-448-467 Jeffrys, I.ela 472 Jelliffe H W 89 Kauffman, S 387 Kaufmann, C 381 Hanson, V. E 296-415 Hedrick, D. . . . .380 Hobbs, W. H 349 Hanshoe P D .42 Heetderks, D. R 108- 110-409 Heferon, H. H 108 Heffron, H. . . .111-374-406 Heidbreder, H. W. 273-378 Heideman, G. H. .379-408 Heideman, K 379 Heideman, R. E. . 273-390 Heinz, Caroline 486 Hobson Eleanor 489 Hubcr, G. C 321- 307-383-401 Kaufman, K. E. . . .342-352 Kanouse, Bessie 46 Kearney, D. P 90- Hanslarsky J 303 Jelsch J C 347 Hanson, Marion 476 Hobson, Mary 449-453 Hockbarth 438-439 Hocking, W. . .302-347-349 Hockstein, B 44 Jenkins, D. J 413 Hanson, N 292-374 Harbeck, E 78- Huber, Lucy 436- Jenks, Carroll K 487 Jenks, Ida V 436-485 Jenks, J 491 268-319-365 Keatley, R. F 321-224 Keefer, J 374 445-452-467 88-177-319-328 Hard, Dorothy G. ... 126- 128-475 Hardy, C. .151-409 Hodge, H. G 89 Huff Helen 466 Jenners, Dorothy 484 Jennings, C. F 46-346 Keegan, Margaret 466-485 Keegan, W. B 47 Keeler, P. S. . . .90-352-411 Keena, K 295-374 Kehl, Dorothy 47 Kehren, J. H 347-352 Keidanz, Anne 281 Keil, Margaret 444 Keim, E. G 289 Hodge, M. H 44 Huff M K 45 Hodges, J. H 308-419 Hodgman, N. B 303 Hoek, Beatrice 462 Hulbert, Elizabeth 89- 392-467 Hulbert, H. H 346 Huebner, Margaret. . . .476 Hulett R B 45 Jenson, G. M. .89-353 Hardy, Elsie 444 Heitdirks D 409 Jepson, G. ... .354 Hargrave, C. M 289 Harlan, D M 119-413 Helferich E R 347 Jermain, F S ... 129 Heller, Catherine B. . .311- 459-460-483 Henault, P. A 88 Hoey, H D 273-371 Jerome, G 268-370 Jerrell, P 155-404 Jesserich, P 159-402 Jimeno A R 89-327 Harley, Ailson 484 Hoff, N. S 402 Hoff, N. 1 337-381 Hoffer C 370 Harley, F 158-416 Harmon, V . 388 Hemingway, Florence .471 Henderson, F. C 380 Henderson, Thelma ..335- 483 Henderson, W. G. ...353- 383-395 Hendrix, R. K 303 Heneman, R. W. . .43-420 Henkle, Mrs. L 160- 412-456 Henning C R 128 Hullett, V. E 346 Harper, F. R 309 Harper, R. D 303-350 Harper, R. H 418 Harpst, Dr. H. H 404 Harrian, Y. J 126-128 Harriman, C 393 Hoffman, C. H 407 Jocelyn, Marian 468 Keim, Dr. H. 1 401 Hoffman, H 318 Joeland 321 Keim, K 397 Hoffman, F 128 Hulswit, C 372 Johantgen, J. F 406 Johns, J. E 149- 181-209-217-324-372 Johnson, A. S 409- Keiper, G. F 47-401 Hoffman, G. Z 292 Hoffman, H 44- 180-224-239-244-380-401 Hoffman, L 44 Hoffmaster, H. R 347 Hoffmaster, Mrs. H. R. 456 Hoge W B 44-386 Hume, J. W 178- 275-323-377 Keith, A. C 345 Keith, Ruth E. 139-454-483 Kelk her, Kathleen ...474 Keller Doris 354 Harrington, K. F. .126-128 Harrington, Mildred. . .473 Harris, E. L 345 Harris G 291-387 298-338-339-368 Hummer, R. . 368 448-478-483 Johnson, C 386-416 Johnson, D 90-160 Johnson E R 308-419 Keller Frances 354 Keller, W. H 47-385 Kellers, Isabel 478 Humphries, W. R. ...323- 380-475 Humphrey, Eunice . . .366 Humphrey, H. D 349 Hungerford, B. W. . . .396 Hunick, Caro 486 Hunt, H. C 156- Harris, Mary 490 Harris, O. B 346 Henry, Etta 43-486 Henry, J 224 Holcomb, C. E. . 44 Johnson, F 79- 90-279-300-322-463 Johnson, Grayce 146 Johnson, H. A 23-46 Johnson H H 312 Kelley, C. A 405 Kelley, F 394 Kelley, J. M 362 Kelley, J. W 312 Holden, A. H 292-368 Holden, J. P.. . .44-335-374 Holdsworth M J 409 Harrison, G. A 291 Henry, L 401 Harrison W 380 Henry Mildred 43- Harry, G. W 88 Harryman, W. 321-367-401 Harsh, Nancy 437 Harsh, Nora 472 Hart, F. M. ...42-336-421 Hart, H. A. . .335-347-421 Hart H W ... .42 443-453-464 Henshaw, Ann 470 Hepburn, F 371 Holland, O. K. 126-128-402 Hollands W C 381 Kelley, P 303 Johnson H V 89 Kellogg, M 438 Kellogg, R. B 349 Holbrook, Joanna ....466 Holbrook, E. H. . . .316-362 MollcnbiTk.G. H 316 Hollenbeck, G. L. .116-119 Hollis, Laurella 475 Hollister, R. D. G. 297-300 Hollon, Harriet 485 Holly, L. E 406 273-280-339-393 Hunt, M 374 Heppen, P. J 347 1 70-227-230-323-378-4 1 4 Johnson, Jennie 46 Kelly, Dorothy 449 Kelly, Florence 137- 139-379-454 Kelly, J 166- 277-303-323-413 Kelly, Lucile 465 Kelly, Marcia 47 Kelly, 0. A 47-349 Kelsey, F. W 366 Kemp, Catherine 454 Kemp, Isabel 23- 47-430-436-443-453-45-7 475 Kemp, Lloyd 289-379 Kempf, H. W. . 111-308-395 Kempf, M. W 419 Kempf, P. R 368 Heppon, C. . . . .392 Hunt Mary 460 Herbert W S 352 Hunt Nora 436 Herman, Arline . . . .43-483 Herman, L 479 Herrick, A. V 365 Herrick, D. F 88 Herrick, P 416 Hunt, W 395 Johnson, Mrs. L. J. . . .456 Johnson. Martha 142 Johnson, Mildred . . 142-144 Johnson, N. B 303 Johnson, R. R 297- 300-301-302 300-301-302-309-404 Johnson, W. M 135 Johnston, C. T. . . .320-381 Johnston E V . 406 Hart, R. L 88 Hart V L . . 409 Hunter, E. A 363 Hunter, Grace 483 Hunter, Irene 483 Hunter, J. F 310-349 Hunter, T 415 Hartle, W. G 289 Hartman, D. W 320 Hartman, F. W 88-392 Hartman, G. B. ..296-347 Hartman H 42 Holm, D. A 279 Herrick, R. B 349 Herrick, W. ..277-281-353 Herringshaw, E. D 89 Herrman, G. R. ..307-406 Holmes, F 372 Holmes, H. R 303 Huntling, S T. 332 Holmes R 404 Hurwick J A 425 Hartman F W 306 Holmes, R. H 135-136 Holmquist, Agnes 23- 44-273-460 Holms, Helen. . 487 Huo H D 295 Hartwell A 388 Husband W H 45 Hartwell, F. C. 126-128-410 Hartwick, E 367 Herrman, L. G. 406 Huston, G. 304 Johnston, F. D 329 Johnstone, M. Mildred 490 Jones, Carrol 277 Jones, Chas 421 Jones, Deborah H. 452-470 Jones, Dorothy E. 460 70 Jones, D. R 345-347 Jones, E. D., Jr 371 Jones, E. T 407 Herschey, J. J. 43 Hutchins, H. B 318- 362-400 Hutchins, J. . .125-129-402 Hutchins, Sara 440 Hartwig, E 282-393 Hartzell, L. . . .42-332-333 Harvey, Alice L 139 Harvey, Ellura 437 Hershdorfer, L. ...273-414 Hert C B 366-406 Honorary Society 317 Hess, A. 303 Hover, C. 370 Kendall, C. L 47 Kendall, D. S 347 Kenlikowske, A. C 409 Kennedy, David 361 Kennedy, Esther ..47-466 Kennedy, J. W 308 Hettinger, F. B. . .152-408 Hettrick, W. E., Jr. . ..366 Hewlett, H E 303 Hoover, F. W. 349 Hutchinson, Kathryn . .45 Hyde, B. E. 409 Harvie, W. H 88-381 Harwick, Sadye . .452-468 Hascall, E. F., Jr. . . .418 Hoover, H. 176- 277-375-414 Hoover, W. F 406 Hookin. Constance . . .460 Hyde, G. W. . 168-406-423 Hyde, Laura .436-476-485 Hvmans. Olive . . .477-485 Hewitt, Jeanette E 43 Hewitt. L. V. .108-111-409 Hascall. W. C 377 Jones. H. A. ...404-408 INDEX Kent, Geneva 281 Kouwinski. Katherine .474 Lauer, E. S 91-369 Lockwood. A. 313-379-423 McCTay, W. R 52 McPhail, F. L. . ..171- Kent. R. A. ..47-347-418 Kortin, G. E. .291-313-329 Laughlin, Mary 489 Lockwood. B. J 352 McClellan. M.0 419 294-295-326-383 Kenvon. H. A 382 Kraeger. C M 320 Lauver, H. J 91- Lockwood. C 155 McClenahen. L 392 McPike, F 374 Kerkhowske. A. C. . . .423 Kraft, W 398 295-319-373 Lockwood. E. W. 365-400 McClinton. H 438 MacQueen, K. 381 Keriin. O. F 47 Kratz, F. S 157-417 Laurie. W. R. . 120-292-375 Lockwood. Mrs. G 456 McClav, W K 289-296-421 McRae. C. C 412 Kermath, E. J 90-79 Krau, W. C. 294-296-383 Lauson, F. A 49 Lockwood, G.L 4O2 McClure. J. C 1O8- MacTaggart, D 382 Kern, L. A. . .47- Kraus, Dean E. H. ...426 Lautenschlager, R. ...350 Lockwood. Olive 51- 111-3O7-4O9 McVae, Alice 472 167-273-280-312-381 Kraus, E. H. .310-315-368 Lauver, Elizabeth 433- 301-H4-449-455-456 McCobb. E. C. . . .275-369 McVey. f 309 Kerr. K. 367 Kraus, Margaret 44O- 435-467 Lockwood. S. P. .313-379 McCobb, H 369 McVey. Virginia 458- Kerr, L. S 273 452-459-462 Lavens.J. C 349 Loeb, H. A., Jr 441 McCoIl, C. M. 108-111-406 m -MI Kerr. Marian 273-479 Krause. A. K 90-378 Lawrence. R. L.91-I6O-376 Loeb, R. L 384 McCoIl, D. M 410 McWood, A. B H Kerr. R. M 173-423 Krause. M 475 Lawson. B. V 345 Loeb. R. M C7MM McCoH, K. M 380 Madden. C 153 Kerr. Viola 142-144 Krause, P 383 Lawson. Mary 1 50- Loeb, R. S 294 McCormick, C 411 Madden, C. K 291-410 Kersey, R. S. . . 79-9O-396 Krause, R. H. S. . 279-378 436-467 Loeffter. M. 1 349 McConkey. G. M. 311-416 Madden, C. L 53-349 Keakey.G. I. 108-111-409 Kreinheder. W. R. 338-353 Logan. G 92 McConnal. Gladys 452-485 Madden. E 378 Keasell. Mary C. 334-466 Kreis. C. C 339 Lawton J C 349 Loh. T. K. . ...356 McCordic, G. W 78- Madden, J. B 373 Keteham. Lerna 156- Kresge. S 367 Lawton J P 291-347 Lohr, A. W 92-377 79-92-175-3O6-319-32O- Madison, D. B. . . 402 334-436 Kreasbacb, K. 416 Leach L L 346 Lombard. W. P 406 328-330 Maeder. E 393 Ketelhut. B 279 Koetsier. A. F 329 Leader H 390 Londos. V 343 McCormack. J I. 349-441 Maeder. Lloyd 393 Kevdel, K R 279-117 Keydel. 47-335 Kreiger. H. 48-395 Kripke. H 91 Leader, L. R 390 Leasure H J 120-415 Long. P. H. 365-401 Longstaff. G. E 12O- McCormack. Marie 52 McCormack. M. H 92 Magrath. L. H 372 Magrath, R. H 372 Keyser. Helen 468 Krisler. F. ....491 Leavitt R V 4O2 283-415 McCormick, C. C. ... 108- Maenusen. Lucille . . . .436 Khuen, R 47-363 Krita. B. R 417 Lee A O -..;-. Longwill, C. W. . . .51-385 111-381 Mahaffv. Marv . . .338-137 Kick}-, Dorothy 334 Kidd ' er. K 390 Krohm, S 391 Krom, Eita 481 Lee. B. H 273 Lee F L 23- Lonie. D. D. 412 Loomis. Amy 51- McCotter. R. E 4O9 McCown. H. A. ..116-413 Maher. Marjorie . . .53-170 Mahood, Grace . . .142-144 Kidder. W 331 Kroupin, A. L. ... 133-315 5O-181-42O-423 297-431-460-473 McCracken. W H. ..291 Maire, Margaret 434 Kidd. A. 1 345 Krueger. C. M. .79-91-417 Loomis, L. A. 345 McCullough. R. H 390 Maitland. Dorothy 435-464 Kiel. Margaret 474 Kruger. W 291 Lorch. E 311-416 McCurdy. Joyce 52- Maitlaod. G.R. 126-136-402 Kiebler. M 385 Kruse. Helen M. . . 142-144 Lee, P. C 356 Lord. K. M 92 334-429-443-445-446-451- Makielski. A. S 53 Kief. D X 405 Kugel. F. 395 Lee, Rosabel 5O-4S5 Loach, F 374 453-468-484 Makielski. L 416 Hefer. L 416 Kuhl. C. P 329 Lee, W. J 356 Losch. R 239-246 MacDodds. S 471 Makienen, K. J 93 Kile, R 346-392 Kuhlman, Katberine. .445- Leenhouts, W. R 372 Lott, G. M 51- McDonald, A. D 116- Malcolm. G. F. . . 408 Kilbury. C. B 4O9 452 LeFeyre, W. M 412 303-346-354-421 1 2O-295-3 1 6-343-354-390 Malcolmson, A. Y. ... 121- Killbourn. L. M 23 Kuhn, C. F. . . .49-292-384 Leggerdine, Gladys 487 Loud, G. D 51- McDonald, Carol 52- 294-369 KUpatriek.H. H 9O-382 Kuhn. L. W 12O-41S Lehman, P 374 292-295-334-362 445-465-I73-485 Malin H V 410 Kilbourne. Lucile 48 Kuit. H 402 Lehmann, L. C 333 Lounsbery. R. F 418 McDonald. J. W. . .329-349 Mallock C D 149-375 Kilboni, P. T 4- " Kilburn. Marine 475 Kulachan, V 343 Kunstader. S 49 Leiblein. 353 Leisen. F. A 279 Lourim, F. P. 92 Love, Rita 1 137- MacDonald. Ruth 465-484 McDonald, R. A 337 Mallory, Mrs. E. W. . 466 Hmball. F. X 4O6 Kuo, P 91-356 Leith, D. G 139 139-454-483 McDonald, Vivian 444 Kimmich. F. A 279 Kurn, L. W 283 Lajarza, S. M 5O-343 Lovejoy, P 167- McDonald. R. W 379 Kundel. C 279-324-374 Kindel. L. 279-374 Kurtz, C. T 383 Kurtz. R. M 373 deLeon. E 357 Leonard. Caroline . .50-473 273-312-333-414 Lovell. Bethany 271- MacDuff. K 265 McElhose. J. G 93 Maltby. D. C. . . .390 King. Helen 32O-460 King. Xewton 48- 42.5-436-443-450-4 77-484 King. Ruth 436- 443-45O-4 77-484 King. W. F 279 Kuschmsk, J 423 Kuyper. G 297 Kwong. M T 343-356 Kynast, Blanche . 444-477 Kyriakopulos, A. 332 Leonard. F. D 120 Leonard, R. C. 294-364-365 Lepard. L. K. 5O-396 Les Voyageurs 333 Leslie. E H. S-4J1 Letson. Lois 437-438 7-44-. Loveridge. H. L 92 Lovewell, Xeva 51- 432-451-455-483 Lowe. Y. L 356 Lower) ' . P- C 337 McEllven, C 369 McEllven, D 369 McElwain. Emily .437-485 MacEwan, D. C 405 MacFadden. R. F 365 MacFarlan. Dorothv. .470- Manchester, R. A. 289 397 Manley, W. F 4O7 Mann, Blanche ...139-454 Mann, Murza 139 Mans6eld. Miriam 473 Mantel L J 53 King. W. K 343 L Lown. H. F 405 487 Kingerv. R. H 402 Kingscott. L. C 90 Kinuira. R. A 355 Labadie. J. H. 151-321-tOl Labadie. J. J 289 Lett, J. T 120 Levi. Marion 480 Levin, Emelie 48O-485 Lowry, H. J. 51-289 Lu, H. H. . .51 Lu. S. H 343-356 MacFarland, R. A. . . 303 McFarlan, Edna H 52 McFarlan. H. J 390 Manwaring, G. S 394 Manwaring. R. I. 121-347- Kinney, C. W 346 Lacy, X E 384-4O7 Levin. Leah 481 Ludington. Fandira ..473- MrFarland, R. A 341 Mapes H M 402 Kinsel, OJ 410 Kinsey. H. E 373 Kipke, H.G 157- 2O9-218-34O-372 Ladd, Alpha 485 Ladner. H. B 292 Later, Gavard 91-369 LaFever. S. L 49-409 Levin, M. M Levin, Sarah 443-481 Levinson. R 389 Levit, L. J 91 483 Ludhim. L. C. . 151-321-328 Ludwick, J. E 108- 111-321-327-406 McGaughrev. C. L. . . .408 MacGaulev. Gertrude. .474 McGeachv. R. A 93 McGill. W. J 308- Maranon. L. M 343 Maranon, J. R. .424 Marcus. Mary 45O Marcy G H 53- Kipke. H. W. 257-259 Kirby. W 4O8 Kirk. A. D 151-4O7 Laiblv. W 354 Laidlaw.E. R Ill Lain. D 421 Levy, J. K. 50 Lewandorf. S. L. . . .50-389 Lewellyn, F 38O Ludwick. Mrs. J. E. . .456 Lukens. J. A 111-407 Lukins. L. S. . 239 310-315-419 McGillicundv, O. 379 McGinnis, J. C 52- 336-347-349 Maremont, A. H 425 Kirk. B 181- Lake, O. W. 289-347-349 Lewis, B. W. ..5O-336-378 Lumbv. L. 4O4 275-385-415 Marency. Buelah 436 209-218-323-377 Lally, T. B 377 Lewis. C. W 239-244 Lund. H 279 XIcGrain, Gertrude C. .52- Marentav. Xavarre 53-370 Kirkbv. W A .120 Lam, K. H. .356 Lewis, D 386 Lundahl, H W 395 474 Marin. F 335 Kirkpatrick. L 149- 324-339-368 Kirkpatrick, Madeline 23- Lamar. J. S 3SO Lambda Chi Alpha 387 Lamb. D. C 91-419 Lewis, R 35O-390 Lewy, L. B 292-384 Leier. M. F 1O4 Lundberg. Jean .483 Lundin, E 150 Lustneld. H.G 51 MacGregor. A 353 McGregor. H. A. .224-383 MacGregor, J. C 371 Markev, F. B 347 Markham, Marguerite 484 Marks. J. S 53-384 - -134-467-483 Lamb. Eilene 335 Leyda, H 275-380 Lustneld. W. E 302 MacGregor, J. R 382 Marks, M 391 Kirkpatrick. Margaret .48 Kirsch, J. W 291-377 Knschner. A 307 Lamb, Etta 4 ' - Lambertson. F. 3O3 Lambertson. Louise . . .436 Li, L. G. P 343 Liang, Margaret 350 Libonati, R. V 174 Lutes. F. M 132 Lutes, Frances . . . 133-475 Lutes, F. W 315 MacGregor. R. W 407 McGregor. W 52-380 McGurk, Madeline . . 358- Tff li p l . B. J 53 Marmon, A. S 340 Marris, Frances 53- Ktch, Edith M. ..144-142 Lambrecht. E. 273- Lichtenberg. W 178 Lutv, Ethel 144 414 110 174 334-454-JS5 Kitson, C. R 48 292-341-370-420 Lichty, D. M 308 Luta, E. F. 135-136-328-404 Mclndoe, R. B 409 Marsh, E. W 353 Kitzpatrick. K. 318 Haver, M. A 273-375 Lambrecht, R. W 79- 91-370 Liddicoat, R. T 349 Lieberman, Elizabeth 477- Lutz, Henrietta 139 Lutz. H. W 51 Mclnnes. Mrs 456 Mclntosh, Helen 23- Marsh, P. 411 Marsh, R 386 Hee. M. J 391 Lamkin. K. W 49 485 Lutz, Irene 479 52-463 Marshall, G.T 363 Heekamp, H. G 321- Lamaree. J. G 377 Liechnor, C. M 4O5 Luzinaris. J. . . . ,4O5 Mclntosh. Mvrtle . . . 489 Marshall, J. H 4O9 352-4O7 Him. A 227-231-389 Lampe, E 386 Lampert. A. E 132- Lien. C. " i 92 Life. H. G 91-329 Lynan. C. F. 343-368 Lynch. R. E 411 Mclntosh. R. B. . .279-347 Mclntvre. D. A. 53-394-420 Marshall, M 321 Marston, W 53-366 Hine. E 416 Kleim. H. L 307 Klein, Victor 273 133-315-403 Lawton, Shirley 346- 435-463 Lightbody, 379 Lincoln, Marion 139 Lindberg, G 397 Lynch, T. J 149- 179-324-32S-33O-339-419 Lynd D 335 Melntvre. F. D 405 Mclntyre, Geraldine . 142- 144 Martens, H. M 93 Martin. A. J 93 Martin, Amy 444-475 Heinesteker. R. E. 126-129 Heraheksel. J. L 4O9 Kleinstirer, J. L 4O2 Lancashire, Belinda 49 Landis. D. J 49 Landis. J.X. .306-362-397 Lindblad. A 322 Lindbloom. A. E 5O-415 Under. J 5O Lynn, G. R 377 Lyon, C. J 337-4O2 Lyon Esther 52-463 Mclntyre. K. S 411 Maclntyre, Margaret 281- 430-452-468 Martin, D 363 Martin, F. H 371 Martin, Finette 53- Klinsteker. R 410 Landon. G. A 49 Linderman. R. G 91 Lyon H 92 Mack J E 273-282-364 443-153-463 Hing, H.C 4O9 Hingman. L 403-407 Klingman. W O .151- Landowski. J 1SO-224 Landy. M. R 297-391 Lane, Dolph 349 Lindenschmitt. J 381 Linderman, W. F. . 51-377 Lindquist. X 397 Lyons, Agnes 474 Lyons. J. K 4O2 Lyons, W P 92 McKay. H. B 375 MacKay. M. D 337-410 Mackel. V F 375 Martin, G. S .378 Martin, H 354-372 Martin, H. E 418 291-339-407 Lane, Dorothv 436 Lindsay, J. D 343 Mackensen W 53 Martin, H. J 329 Knapp. Dorothv . .437-484 Lane. J. C 49-366 Ling. Constance 464 M MacKensie K J 349-419 Martin. Helen 490 Kneale, E. C 48-415 Lane. L. . Ling, D. S 92 Martin. Irene M 469 Kniffen. F. B 48-386 Lane. V H 4OO Ling, F. C. . . .302-343-356 Maass. Frances . . . 490 McKenrie. Marian 468-484 Martin, J. W 377 Knode. R. T 174- Lang, J 354 Linn, F 289-407 McA lpine. R. K. . 3O8- McKenzie. R T. 406 Martin. Margaret A. . . .54 2O9-2 1 8-323-377-20 Lang. Margerv 49-354-483 Linton. Mrs. R. C. . . .347- 403-419 McKichnie, H. D 93- Martin. R 17O Koch, 1 384 Lang. R. D 3O2 349-456 Me rthur D R 362 296-338 Martin, R. 271- Koch. Laura 429- Lang. Sara 434 Lepard. C 382 Macaulay. Gertrude 484 McKie, W G 93-325-329 294-339-378 433-434-44( 44 -4o2-4r3 deKock. W. T. 129 Koegle. J. H 48-395 Langford. T. S 4O6 Lankel. A. K 308 Lantz. G 361 Lipscomb. G 380 Lifsitz. H 51-91 Literary and Scientific Club Macaulav, M F 92 MaAuliffe. J. W. . .52 McBain. H M. 375-414 McKinley, A. C. . .149-417 McKinlev. E. B 108- 111-321-4O6-I56 Martin. W. C 4O7 Martindale, J. C. .378-108 Martinez, J A 93-343 Koenig, O. G 332 Lapham. E. . M8-481 3O5 McBratnie. Helen 468 McKinlev. Mar} ' 466 Martz, L. S. . . 104-106-386 Koepcke, A 392 Koepcke. J. M ...48 Lardner. G. E 338 Laree, D. D 366 Litzenberger, L. W.3O8-U9 McBride. E. D 371 McBride, S. 347 McKinney. A 468 McKinney, H B 377 Martz, Margaret 438 Martz, R 386 Koepel. Dorothv . . 156-474 Koepcke. Marian 483 Larkin. Kathryn . . . .49 LaRouche. F. W 349 Liu, C. Y 356 Liu, Gien Tsieu . . .356-450 McBride. W C. 102- 126-129 McKnight, H. E. .294-423 MacLaren. Helen 438 Marvin. A. S 158-386 Marwell. R. D 93 Koepp, W. H 90 Koester. C. J 353-377 Larson. E. P 292-380 Larson. F. A 49-289 Liu. J. S 356 Liverance, H. 148- McCabe, D 369-42O McCabe, J 363 MacLaren, Isabel 490 McLaren, V 273 Maslin. A. J. . .93-306-329 Mason. B M. 54 Koetsier. A J 90 Larson, G. A . .79-91-320 171-227-231-323-380 McCabe, W. L 92- McLaughlin. W. A. 382-416 Mason. Dorothv 490 Kolb. B 275-384 LaRue. Mildred 49 Livingston. Katherine . 465- 306-308-403 McLean, Marian 467 Mason. Ruth 486 Kolb, L. F 48 LaSha. S 349 484 McCall, Frances 52- McLean, Martha .444-476 Mast, E 153-349-405 Kolb, Marion 466 Lasher, G. S 390 Livingstone, C. D 378 449-450-483 McLellan. A. C. ...93-423 Mast, H. D 405 Kolb, X 294-361 Lashmet, H 411 Lland. R 324 MacCaUum, C 367 McLeod, Marguerite . .473 Masters. R. W 349 KoUar, Beulah ... 48 Latshaw. G. E 49 Llovd. A. H. . .394-423-426 McCallum. D. A 52 McMarmers. B 438 Mather. E. J ;.257 Kotte. D.P 4S Lathers. W. H 50 Lloyd. L 152-367-413 McCallum. E. D 366 McMiffian, J 364 Mathison, C 388 Komerak, Z 291 Lattner, F. P. G 12O- Llovd. P. 4O1 McCallum. Helen . .52-475 McMullin, O. W 308 Mathews. J. H. ... 111-106 Kondratowietz. C 48 366-400 Locke. A. B 51-349 McCalmont. J. C 92- McMurrav, K 367 Matbews. W. C. . 376-4O6 Koob. Charlotte 144 Lauder, T. H. 120-367-400 Locke. M 394 322-366 McXaughton, H. P. . .291 Matsuda. G. T 54-355 Koon, G 343 Lauder. H 338-342 Locke, S. S 332 McCaun. Ruth 437-444 MacXeil, C 151-38O Matsumoto. Matsue .355- Koon, M. E. 315 Lauder. W. J 349-352 Lockton, J. D 373 McCarthy, W. J 405 McXerney, A. M. . .93-353 450-484 INDEX Mattern L H 315 Miller, Marth a458-465-484 Miller N 334 Moule M M 273- Nichols, Lucile 57-483 Nichols, Marian ...57-437 Nichols, S 387 Owen, E. G. . . .303 Peterson, J. W. ... 126-129 Peterson, R. . 321-401 Matthews AN 54 292-303-385 Moulthrop, G. R. . .56-366 Mountain, Ruth 474 Owens, S. L. . 311 Matthews, F. D 93 Matthias, G. W. ..308-419 Mattson, W. A. . . 132-133 Mattson W M 315 Miller N F 307 P Pablo, M. E 343-357 Pace, Evelyn 472 Peterson, S 79-96-377 Peterson, W. F. . . 376 Miller P R 405 Nichols, W J 289 Miller, W. F. 395 Mouteith Club 350 Nicholson, A. B 346 Nicholson, E. H. . . .57-303 Nicholson, J 395 Niechalske, H. J 353 Nieldzielski, L. J 292 Nippon Club 355 Nissen, Agnes 490 Peterson, W. S. . . .402-405 Petriwski, J. . 96 Miller W G 166- Moruja, Yone 355-449-450 Mower, C. M 289 Mower, L. K 289 Moyer, L 389 Moyer, M. . . .40 Maulbatsch, Esther . . .471 Maxwell, J. H. ...289-291 May, A. L 94- 180-209-306-318-361 May, C. H. 373 157-259-372 Miller, W. S 55 Million, H 465 Mills, AH. . . .376 Petro, C. E 209-219 Pocker, H 291-379 Page J 303-365 Pettibone, M. Dana 59-466 Pettibone, T. M. . . 96 Page, J. H 371 Page, J. S 137 Page, J. W 95-365 Pahlow F I 95 Pettyjohn, E 306-372 Petzinger, H. W 353 Phelps, Charlotte 483 Phelps, Rose .59 Mills, C. C. . . .112 Mudd, H. . ... 224 May G A 494 Mills, C. L. . . 148-289-379 Mills, I aura ..402-445-465 Mills, Ruth M. .23-55-47W Mills W 370 Muelig G 407 Noack W T 57 Maye, Margaret I. 56454 Mayer F W 303 Muirkens, Mrs. J 456 Muir, M. J 315 Muirhead S E 209- Nobert, O. E 402 Noble, L 390 Noe A H 289 Paine L 394 Phelps, T. E. . . 405 Mayer, R. A. Mayo W 184 Pakes, Eugene 58 Palma, J 376 Palmer, A. W 352 Palmer Elsie 437 Phi Alpha Delta 408 Mills, W. H. . ..121 Mills W M 400 219-361 Mukloon, W 112- 112-321-409 Mul heron, J D 366 Nolan, F. L 95 Nolde, G. H 332-333 Noonan C 303 Phi Beta Pi 407 Maywood, Dorothy . . .483 Maecler, C. 1 369-478 Meadows, A. D . . 121- 388-408 Meads, J B 135-136 Phi Chi . . 409 Mimes 574 Phi Delta Chi 403 Phi Delta Phi 400 Miner, Dr. . . . .321 Minir, M. F 409 Mitchell, E. D. . . .268-382 Mitchell H 373 Noonan R T 418 Pamcr G E 294 Mullree, I. W 387 Muncy, R. W 332 Norcop, M. P 354-390 Norris, C. M 352-366 Norris, Irene M. . .. 57-483 Norris, J. C 94 Palmer, H. L 382 Phi Delta Theta 372 Phi Gamma Delta 378-492 Phi Kappa Psi . 368 Palmer, J. A. . . 132-134-315 Meehen H 400 Munger Esther 486 Mitchell, H C. .332 Munger, Helen 56-483 Miinier, 3. M 343 Munro D W 95 Palmer, N. B 405 Phi Kappa Sigma 382 Phi Lambda Upsilon. . .308 Philipp, L. A 308 Mefford, R. W 291 Mehanclru, B. L 343 Meilander, L. F 94- 289-353 Meisel, Eleanor . . .466-485 Meiss, E. R 171- 312-273-384-414 Melleneamp, Phyllis . .483 Meloche, C. C. ...308-419 Mendenhall, W 372 Menefec F N 376 Mitchell, H F. . . .352 Norris, Phyllis 483 Palmer, W. C 122-316 Palmiter, L 347-392 Paper, M 257-260 Mitchell, Helen G 55 Mitchell, J 275-379 Mitchell, J.T 320 Mitchell May 55-450 Norris R F 381 North, Vivian 334-443 Philippine Michigan Club 357 Phillips, A. L 346-423 Phillips, Elizabeth .59-463 Phillips, H . . 411 Norton, M. W 409 Pardee, S. 106 Munz, I.. . 263 Notley. June 437-476 Novy F G 224- Park, D ... 273-375 Mitchell, R 370 Mitchell T 404 Munz, Marian 444 Munrane, E. . .273-289-388 Mu Phi Epsilon 472 Parker, A J 177- 307-381-401 Novy, F K. . . 369 273-303-393 Parker, Edith 58-473 Parker, Evangeline ... .58 Parker, Genevra . . 58-465 Parker, H. A 347-349 Parker H H ... 329 Minra, M 315-343-355 Mock C ' 361 Phillips, R 365 Phillips, W. B 380 Phi Mu Alpha 379 Phi Rho Sigma 406 Murbach, Cara 485 Nufer W L 57-289 Mode A 389 Murkett, Christine ... .56- 436-443-467 Murphy, G 116- Nugent, R. A. 95-308-419 Nungester, W 403 Nunn Thelma 142 Moe, Mrs. D. E 456 Moeller, S. D 55-366 Moersch, M. D. .23-55-373 Moery, J. 29 Moffatt O C 396 Menerv, L. J 349 Mengel, F 332 Mengcl, S. L 402 Phi Sigma Delta 492 Phi Sigma Kappa 3SX Pi Beta Phi 467 Pi Delta Epsilon 312 Pi Kappa Alpha 397 Pi Upsilon Rho 412 Piatt, A. A 294-368 121-316-370 Murphy, J E 126- Nu Sigma Nu 4O1 Parker HI, . . 58 Parker .1C . 378 129-337-405 Murphy, L. P. .95-325-329 Murray, Frances 485 Murray, Marion 485 Mushfin, A. R 480 Mushkin, Anne 440- 443-483 Music and Drama 287 Mustard, L. E 375 Mustard, R. L. ... 158-407 Mutschler, Helen 490 Mutschler, Isabel 490 Nutten, Ada . . .57-436-467 Nutten, C. V 413 Parker, L. A 115- 116-122-2X3-316-418 Parker W R 401 Menges, Mary .54-459-483 Mcnke, M. B 54 Mcnke, W 370 Meranda, J. R 94-376 Meranda, M G 129 Mohr, Florence 473 Nutten W L 289 Moneigel, K. B 375 Monihan F 369 Nutter BE 418 Parks D J 303 Nyland, Esther . . . .57-464 O Oakes, F W. . 57 Parks, L. B. ..273-386-388 Parnall, C. D 371 p arna ll E 358 Pickens, B. M 96 Monon Club . ..345 Pickens, C. L. 341-350-424 Pierce, C. B 296-313 Mergard, Lila 483 Meriweather, L. C. . . .347 Merkel, Corrinne 54- 263-406-483 Merklc, C 174 Monroe, C. J 373 Montgomery, Katherine5- 273-448-449-451-475 Montgomery, Mary . . .478 Montigel, K. B 121 Parnall, M 362 Pierce, C. S 407 Parrif h, F. . . . 152-395-407 Parry, K. E. . .132-134-310 Parsons, E. F 112 Pierce, F. H 130-410 Pierce, Grace 59 Oakes H R . . 303 Merkle, J. . . 420 Oakes, Ruth A 57 Parsons, H 356-438 Parstonu, Mrs. J. R. . .456 Partlow, Helen 148-452-468 Pascoe, A 415 Pierce, J. M 407 Merner, W. H. ... 268-377 Moody, R. F 417 Myer, E 402 O ' Brien, G. K. 152-339-380 Pierce, Marion ...437-486 Merriam, W. S. 363 Mooney, J. E 352 Myers, C. E 347 O ' Donnell, G. R 395 O ' Donnell, W. S 401 Piersol, T. R 370 Merrick, H. J. 303 Myers, Prof. D. W. . . .404 Myers, P. W 376 Pasini, A. C 95-325 Pierson, Carol 468 Merrill, C 365 Oehmke, G 95 Pastor, Mrs. J. E 456 Patch, Marion 483 Pattce, G 354 Pierson, M. D. ...108-112 Merrill, E. F 394-407 Merrill, JEM. 408 Moore, A. D. .297-306-373 Mariya, Y 334 N Nack I A 408 Oetjen, A 308-403 Ogden, Eulah 142-144 Ogden, Grace 144 Ogden, W. D 387 Ogden, W. G 341 O ' Hara, E. M. ...347-349 Pieters, R. J 59 Pike, El zabeth 443-464-485 P]lcher,.E 150 Pilkinfcton, J. H 306- 329-346 Pingel, C. A 59 Piper, Pauline 59-465 Piper, W 224 Pitkin, W. H 96 Pitkin, W. N 419 Merrill, L. N 108- 111-352-411 Mersereau, R. M. . .54-390 von der Merwc, S. W. . 129 Merz, W. G 224-395 Mesner, E 388 Messelink R J 410 Moore E 170 Patterson, G. W 366 Patterson, K. C. . .352-378 Patterson, Kathleen . .471 Patterson, Laura M. ..58- 478-483 Patterson R 95-307 Moore, E. F 94- | 295-306-328-334-346 Moore, E. J 334-372 Moore, E. V 313 Moore, Ellen W 450 Moore, G. R 350 Nagle J W 108-112 O ' Hara M P 405 Nahikien, D. M. . .338-349 Nakamura H 355 O ' Hara Paul . 383 Pattinson, J. B. . .347-375 Pattinson Grace 298 Mettod V 381 Ohlinger, Constance ..450 Ohlmacher, A. P 112- 411-423 Ohlmacher C E 423 Metz, G 387 Moore, J. H 400 Moore, Mabel 140-454 Moore, N 387 Moore, P. M 108- 1 1 2- 1 78-307-32 1 -36 1 -370- 401 Moore, R., Jr 379 Moore, R. S 346-349 Moore, T. B 362 Nakamura, W.T 355 Napier, Carolyn .23-56-470 Narumi S 343-355 Paton Dorothy 472 Place, E. H 423 Meyer C F 378 Paton, R. B 377 Paton W A Ph D Plain, J 368 Meyer, E. C. .126-129-377 Meyer R F 418 Plambeck, A. O. . .96-342 Naser A 150-416 Ohlmacher, Elsa 463 Ohtomo N 132- Patton Mary J. . . 465 Planck, G. E 59-349 Meyerfield W S 94 Nash L S 377 Patton R D . 23- Plate, K. T 96 Nathan J 56-425 134-315-343-355 Oiesen, Elsa 429- 434-440-443-452-462-463 58-289-383-420 Paul, H. P 352 Pauszek, T. B 58-409 Paxton, Annabel 484 Payne, C 369 Plate, F. P 371 Michael, L. A 54 Natsen, L 356 Naylor, F. C. .126-129-410 Naylor, G. J. . . 126-129-410 Naylor, W C. 79- Platt, B. M 224 Players Club . 297 Michaels, E. ..277-372-384 Michaels, J 384 Michaels, W. W 23- 54-295-326-328-338-372 Michalske, H. J. . .302-396 Miehelmann, O. C 54 Michigamua 202-318 Middleditch, 1 423 Middleswart, Helen. 54-471 Middleton G A 23 Pockman, Georgians ..59- 486 Poehle, H F . . 296 Moore, W. D. .94-313-365 Moran, T 367 283-352-400 Okkelberg P 379 95-224-319 Neale R L 79- Paynter W 96-291 Moran, J. E 94 Olds J 121-413 Poindexter, F 59-424 Polhamus, J. R 346 Moran, T. F 342 95-176-279-346-375 Olds, R. N 324- Pazour, Ellestena 354 Morcom, E. B. ... 121-400 Morehouse, A. A 362 Moreland, J. E 349 Morency, Beulah 474 Morency, Edna 474 Near.H. B 95 Nearing G M 375 329-346-377 Oldham E W 340 Peabody, Frances .476-488 Peachey, C 155-404 Pollock, Florence .449 Pollock, J. B 378 Neef, A. F. . . . .283 Oldt, G 369 O ' Leary, Helen . . . 57-464 Oliver A G 396 Pear, W. E 302-396 Pearce, Esther E 58 Pomerening, L. A 332 Pontius, J. F 273-382 Pope, Emma 142 Neeley AW 56 Mitlgett W L 381 Neely J B 395 Pearce F H 291 Mibelmann, O. C 360 Michigan Law Review 283 Neff Mildred 483 Oliver, G 305 Olmstead, C. T 373 Pearce, R. S 23- 58-326-328-370 Peirman C S 257-260 Popkins, H 389 Porter D J 227 Morey, J W . . 55 Neil, Eleanor 56- 431-451-455-484 Ne isch, L. E. . .209-219-377 Nelson C E 57-407 Morey, Ruth 366- Porter, Doris 59-485 Porter, Ellen 485 Porter, Helen 354-467 Post, S 388 Michigan Daily 273 437-479-484 Morgan, C. L 400 Morgan H S 411 Olrock, F. A 353 Peck, A. B. . .. .369 Michigan Technic .... 279 Michigan Memories . . 189 Michiganensian 271 Miksch.H. K 409 Mildner, E. C. ...349-416 Miles, E 309-343 Miles, H. E. ...94-352-361 Millard, L. W 94-390 Miller, B 323 Miller, C. R 347-349 Miller, Doris 54-472 Miller, Eleanor 280-477 Miller E C 94-140 Olson L 57 Peck A T . 372 Nelson, E. M 347-375 Olson O C 352 Peckham, Thelma .58-483 Peddle Juliet 106- Morgan, Natalie 55 Morgan, S. H 326 Moriarty, R. C 273- 294-383 Morrell, Vera 140 Morrill, Dr. D. F 401 Morris, C 152-354 Morris, C. Y 283 Morris, Dorothy 484 Morris, J. C 391 Morris J S 280 Omen R L 366 Postlethwaite, Mary. . .485 Potter C 1 395 443-486 Nelson, H. 392 455-460-483 Peet, Margaret M. . . .321- 333-437-470-484 Pei, K. H 356 Peirce, C. B 289 Peiree, F. H 126 Pelham, A. M 58 Pena, D. R 96-343 O ' Mara, G J . 329-397 Potter, C. R 96 Potter E P 406 Nelson, Dr. H. A 402 Nelson, J. R 279-312 Nelson, M 354 Nelson, Neva 472 Neslon, W. G 419 Nertney, P. S 295-380 Neubeek, Naomi 471 Neumann, Gertrude . .473 Oppenheim E 425 Potter, E. L 419 Oppenhcim, R. A 425 Oppenheim, V. W 425 O ' Reilly, Frances .334-474 Oratorical Association . 300 Oratory Heading 299 Ortman, P J 303 Potter H J ... 59- 289-336-421 Potter Kathrvn . . 60- 433-434-444-477 Potter ME . . 347 Pence D C 116-122 Penberthy, F 59- Potter, R 365 Potts, A. 60-349 Poundstone, Marjorie 436- 476-484 Powell, Alice 160-466 Miller, F. D. . . 418 Morris, P 397 Ornduff, Elizabeth. 462-473 Orr Edith 488 180-254-413 Pennoyger, C. L 409 Pennsylvania Club .... 358 Miller, F. 1 54 Miller, G. B 413 Miller, Geraldine E. . .409 Miller, Geraldine ..55-483 Miller H 331-475 Morris, R 159-315 Morris, S C 121 Newberry, W 403 Newburjr, Dr 321 Newburgh, L. H 307 Newbury, W. L. . .296-358 Newcorrbe R 397 Orr, H. E 95-387 Morrison, Florence ...140 Morrison, J. A. ... 121-408 Morrou, Dorothy. .462-474 Morse, F. J. . . 104-106-416 Morse, J. H 289-294 Morse, J. Jr 374 Orr H W 329 Orr J 392 Peoples, Genevieve . . .438- 439-440 Perfet, H B. ... 376 Powell, R. K 60 Osawa, Y 314-355-450 Osborne C 407 Powers, E. C 292- Miller Helen 434 Newell K D 294 295-338-403 Pratt, A. E 289-419 Miller H L 407 Newhall E 420 Osgood R 1 53-383 Perrin, G. F 148-378 Perrin.J. S. ..227-232-378 Perry, C. E. . . .291 Miller, Hortense 443- 444-472 Miller, H. W. . 423 Newland, R. . . . .370 Newlin, Madge 140-454-483 Newman, C. H. ..132-315 Newmann, J. B 311 Newton, D. ...95-289-346 Newton, M 23- Osuis, T 388 Pratt, C 387-394 Pratt, Derrill. .228-234-380 Prentiss, J., Jr 273-368 Prescott Club 315 Preston, D 390 Preston, H. M 279 Preston, R. W. ...268-390 Price, J. E 60 Osius W 388 Morton, A 386-397 Morton, D 397 Morton, Gladys 472 Morseley, Helen 55-434-470 Moseley, Mary H. .56-470 Moses, H. D 121 Mothersill, B. J. ...56-380 Motley, F. E 112 Mott. W. W. ...94 Osmer, Lucille. 381-464-487 Oswald, L 367 Perry, S. F 122-295 Pcrsing, R. S 23- 59-275-326-341-377 Peters, F. B 366 Miller, H W 378 Miller, J 364 Ottaway, W. W. ..369-414 Otis, A. . . 394 Miller, Jemima. . . .436-485 Miller, J. F 55 Miller T H 55-385 57-169-326-376 Ni, F. T. G 343-356 Nichols, E 388 Otto, F 403 Peterson, C . .335 Peterson, Florence 437-484 Peterson, G. L 395 Miller, K J 94 Overton, G P. . .23- Price, L. A 60-336-421 Frier. I oraine 433-436 Price, R.J 407 Miller, L 407-465 Nichols, H. R 405 Nichols. Isabel 471 58-171-273-280-294-312- 326-37S-414 Peterson, G. S 309 Peterson. H. K 417 Miller. M. C. . .55-386-460 INDEX Price, Ruth 436 Pridgeon, L. A. 3OS-346-4 19 Priehs, E. R 326 Prindle, Florence 140 Pri merman, E. D 366 Probst. Florence 471 Probst, Ruth 60 Proctor. C. E 149- 173-271-324-377-394 Proctor. F 392 Proper, J. B 60 Prophet. E 303 Prosser.W 368 Proudfoot, Mattie 443-473 Pryor. M. H 302 Psi Omega 410 Psi Upsilon 366 Pulford, D. F. . 135-136-112 Pulmeier. I. H 311 Purcell. J. L 140 Purdie. Una 436 Purdy, D 385 Purdy. Mrs. L. B 406 Purd ' v. L 153 Purnell, R. T 377 Purson, M. D 307 Putnam, Ellenor 437- 4G8-484 Putnam. J. A 332-393 Puyer. W. H 346 368 Quail. K. H 96- 329-423 Quaintance. C. H 362 Quarterdeck 322 Quinnell, G. C 122-418 Radcliff, D 412 Rat. W 303 Ralston. J. W 96 Ralston. Sylvia 478 Ramsdell, B 397 RanwdelLE 397 Ramsdell, E. T 30- 289-300-303-309-341-350- Ranck, E 468 Randall. R. H. . .23-60-377 Randall. HM 369 Randall. Mary . . .60-466 Randall, R. V 277 Randall, Sarah ...470-485 Randall. W. X 289 Rankin. C 380 Rankin. D 394 Rankin, F. W 12.5- 130-337-402 Rankin, G 471 Rankin. R 394 Rankin. T 383 Ranner. J. B 347 Ransom, H 151 Rapaport. H 277-391 Raphael. T 307 Rash, C. J 60-382 Rassi. E. R 343 Rasu-llo, P. B 412 Rath, H. X 60- 336-338-343-421 Rattner, M 391 Raub, L. G 410 Ray. Muriel 4S4 Raybum, C 378 Raymond, Thelma 475 Rayner. W. P 347 Rea. W. B 22- 60-166-224-255-257-258- 318-328-341-378-14S-463 318-328-341-378 Read, Mary . . . . 148-463 Reany. B. V 96 Redemsky, F. W 325 Reason. R 175-324-417 Reavill, R. B 116- 122-316-415-423 Reed, C. D 410 Reed, D 379 Reed, F. M. . ...373 Reed, H. A. . ...417 Reed, H. D. . Reed, H. E. . ...423 Reed, M. F 373 Reed, O 387 Reed, P. . ...363 B - ...387 Reekie. A. H 60-361 Bees, C 390 Reeves, J. 8 362 Rehmus, P. A 300- 301-303-309-390 Reichle. C. W 417 Reid, C. H. . . . .96 Reid, D. X. . . . . .423 Reid. E. G 97-368 Reid, Miriam 148- 431-468-183 Reid, R. E 347 Reid. R. F 349 Reigalem, L 349 Reighard, J. E 369 Reilly, E 370 Reiman, A. H 405 Reiman, L. C 341 Reindel. G 23- 174-264-273-312-326 Reinder, G 366 Reineke. Margaret . . .443- 448-452-462-467 Reiner, Florence . . .60-271 Rein voldt , Eleanor . . . 487 Reiter, V. 8 342-367 Renehan. X. P 373 Reno. Rachael 358-162-478 Renshaw. L. J 97 Republican Club 342 Reuben, 8. A 279 Reynolds, X. D 292 Rhodes, C 295-313 Rhodes, C. C 291-296 Rhodes, D. E 291-296 Rhodes, Myrtle 486 Rhodes, M. P 63- 303-349-354 Rhumkorpf. R 4O4 Ribes, W 374 Rice, G 364 Rice, R. V. V. 148-173-271 Rice. T. L 148-390-420 Rice, W. C 367 Rice, W. J 387 Rich, Avon 436-471 Rich. H 368 Richards, C. J 412 Richards, C.R 349 Richards, J 380 Richards, V. .. 153-224-402 Richardson, C 415 Richardson, E. G. .97-377 Richey. R. E 366 Richter. O. C 352 Rickert, U. G 337-402 Rideout. Lyda 156-444 Ridge, R. R 404 Ridgeway, C 4O3 Rieger, fnes F 61-476 Rieter, R. B 303 Riford, J. R. 277-294-369 Rigby. Elizabeth .443-473 Riggs, C 465 Riggs, H. 151- 320-377-378-407 Riggs, J. A. 79- 97-319-320-378 Riggs, S 122-378-408 Riley, J. C 61 Riley, W 383-114 Rillston. Janet 144 Rindge. W. K. ..104- 106-294-311-363 Ringer, H. T 347 Ringer, P. E 61- 178-271-294-295-297-384 Ringer, W. R 122-413 Ripps. M. L 391 Ritchie, Dora 61-475 Ritchie, E. B. .365-379-406 Ritchie, G. A 4O5 Ritter, R. B. . .61-297-309 Rittershofer, L. F 402 Rivkin, F. . . . . .61 Roa. E 343 Roach, Maxine 478 Robbing, A. H 346 Robbing, B. C. ... 295-364 Robbins, E. M 383 Robbins, E. R 61 Robbins. F 367 Roberts, Abagaile .436-479 Roberts. F 374-4SO Roberts, Helen ...440-473 Roberts, J 152 Robertson, B 361 Robertson, C 279 Robertson, N 148- 169-273-280-323-37 1 Robertson, W. K 61- -;-4 Robinson, A 376 Robinson, Doris 468 Robinson, E. R. . .347-349 Robinson, Mrs. E. R.. .456 Robinson, G 464 Robinson, Helen . .277-478 Robinson, M. C 303- 341-350-418 Robinson, P 381 Robinson, R 424-468 Robinson, Ruth 61 Robinson, R. R 97-303 Robinson, T 417 Robison , Floy 485-470 Robison, J 393 Roby , D. A 227-232 Roby, D. F 174- 209-220-323-372 Roby, L. B 315-403 Rock, G 353-395 Rockwell, Dorothy ...473 Rockwell, Evelyn 23- 61-271-431-434-443-453- 473 Rodas, G 343 Rode, R. F 61 Roden, Edelaine 61- 334-436-443 Rodenburg. L 386 Roe. A. F 81 Roe, A. L 362 Roe, W. A. . . 62 Roegner, X 313-381-419 Roehm. H. R 376-4O6 Roese, Thekla 23- 62-431-444-451-454-460- 471 Roesser. W. D 378 Rogers. E. D 358 Rogers, G. E 97 Rogers, M 416 Rogers, 8 376 Rogers, W 363 Rogler, C. C 62 Rogvoy. J 62 Rohan. E 412 Rohan. M. J 349 Roig. C. R 97-343 Roldan. M. C 97 Holland. Ward 354 Ronan, K. M 79- 97-227-232 Rood, E. P 62 Rooks, Ruth 437 Rools, J 151-178-406 Rorick,C 266-366 Rose, Margaret 489 Rosecrans, Marjorie . .471 Rosenbaum, L 481 Rosenberg, Esse 62 Rosene, H. E 347 Rosengarten, E 384 Rosenmmn, 1 62 Roskosky, S. J 349 Ross.C 157-387 Ross, Esther 62 Ross.J 17 0- 308-324-328-334-419 Host. Ruth 443 R. O. T. C 346 Roth. F 386 Roth. R 367 Rothrock, C. L. . . 126-130 Rottschaefer, Margaret 469 Rouse, G. W 353 Rousseau. J. J. A. 311-416 ROUZ.L. A 130 Roux, Mrs. L. A 456 Row, L 374 Rowe, B 471 Rowe, F. 1 315-371 Rowe, H. D 62 Rowe, J. P 370-487 Rowe, Sarah 62 Rowe, W. H 62-349 Rowells, K. H 329 Rowen, Lorene 62-483 Rowland. R. H 149- 173-2S9-324-331-378 Rowley, H. F 4O6 Roxburgh, D. J.. . 396-415 Roxburgh, E 395 Roxburgh, 302 Royer, Xell 484 Roys, Minnie 146 Rubenson, G. C. . . .97-389 Ruby, C. H. . . .97-417-306 Ruedeman, Dr 321 Ruedemann, A. D. . . 409 Ruelle, June 462-471 Rufus. W. C 377 Rummel, Elsie 489 Rumsey, A. 1 140 Rumsey, A. R 302 Rumsey, R. C 289 Runnels, S. C 373-404 Rush, O. W 23- 62-173-300-301-3O2-341- 396-115 Russell, Alice 466 Russell, J. M 275-423 Russell, Marion 156- 354-449-483 Russell, X. V 379 Rutherford, W. X 419 Ruthven, A. G 392 Rutz. L. M 379-406 RuUen, Lenore . . . 142-144 Ruwitch, H 481 Ryar, A. X 341 Ryan, D. X 302 Ryan, Maryette 485 Ryan, R. M 303 Ryburn, W 361 Rychener, R. 1O8- 112-268-321-328-409 Sadakata, Kamego 355-485 Sadler, Prof 318- 322-377-392 Sage, C 387 Sage, R.62-292-312-383-414 Sage, VeraM 144 Saginaw Club 352 Sahni, J. X 343 Salesbury, Shirley .443-489 Sallwassu, M. T 283- I -.-; - SaUman, E. H 303 Sample, M. W 332-333 Samuel, J 389 Samuel, S. D 343 Sanangaya, G. 357 Sanborn, O. T 385 Sancbei, F 343-357 Sandberg, E. C 315 Sanberg, Esther 477 Sander, J. F. .291-313-407 Sanders, Claire 484 Sanders, Katherine 437-4SS Sanders, Marion 484 Sandles, Beatrice .449-453 Sanford, L D 347 Sanregret, R. G. ..162-410 Sanregret. R. J 13O Sautelmann, A. W. . .79-97 Santo. G 471 Santos. T. M 343-357 Sarasohn, S. R 23- 63-168-277-294-326-384- 312 Saraugaiji. G 343 Sargent, C. S. 239-246-407 Sargent, T 23- 63-172-273-312-326-365- 414 Sartoris, G 387 Sastri, S 491 Satson, J. 388 Sauble, V. H 289-393 Sauer, S. J ... 116-122-393 Saubon, H. J 122 Saunders, A 403 Saunders, D 464 Saunders, H. A. 372 Saunders, L 390 Saupee, B. J 97-358 Savage, J. N 97-388 Savage, L. 365 Savant, A. K. 343 Sawyer, C. R. 98 Sawyer, G 394 Saxe, Mary 151-469 S. C. A. .. 341 Scale, Marion 483 Scales, Anne 437-475 Scales, Madeline 63- 335-436 Scamahorne, Margaret 63- 478 Scandling, Lois 490 Scarboro, Dr 321 Scarboro, E. R 409 Scarnechia. H. S 412 Scenic Section 8 Schakel, E 385 Schambaugh, F 411 Schancupp, M. G 63 Schaupner, Margaret .485- 437 Scheele, H. F 4O2 Schemm, F. R 352 Schemm. F. G 401 Schemm, G. C. 294-352-362 Schemm, H. R. . . .352-362 Schenck, R. G 98 Scher, Lillian 273-484 Scherer, A 473 Soberer. Adelaide 484 Scherer, C. H 63 Scherer, Elaine 437 Scherer, F. R. .98-349-306 Scherer, J. 98 Scherer, W 275 Scherer, W. K. ...273-294 Scheurman. R 63 Schieffelin, Elizabeth . .63- 463 Schillinger, K. H 63- 289-296-407 Schirmer, A. F 79- 98-171-292-295-319-352- 363 Schiver, W. G 302 Schlabach, C. E 342 Schlafer, X 63-391 Schlegal, Ethelyn . .437-488 Schlotterbeck, Miriam 473- 329-185 Schlmitx, H. H 392 Schmaltz, J.J 63 Schmidt, A 335 Schmidt, C. f Schmidt. C. J 352 Schmidt, Claribelle . . .440- 443-464 Schmidt, Eva . 142-145-404 Schmidt, F 352 Schmidt, Marian 471 Schmidt, T. E 4O6 Schmiedeskamp, C. G. 122- 415 Schmitt.G. X 281 Schnaple, Margaret ...63- 429-451-457-465 Schnauffer, Irma . . .63-479 Schneider, C. P 64- 160-370-404 Schneider, L. B. . .376-406 Schneider. Martha M. 463 Schneider, P. J 390 Schneidler, Ruth 472 Schneirla, T 303 Schoolmaker, C 390 Schoepfle, C. S 308 Schoff, J. S 64-369 Scholl, R. W 98-417 Schouman, H. C 64 Schrayer, M. R 173- 271-384 Schreiber, Elsa ...468-489 Schreyer, C. H 333 Schroder, R 370 Schroeder, P 156-349 Schroyer, R. R 336 Schueter, W. A 348 Schull, A. F. . .383-484-475 Schultz, H 349 Schultz, A. L. . .64-227-233 Schultz, Irene 472 Schulz, Catherine L 64 Schumacher, B. E 64- 171-275-312-326-366 Schurz, Charlotte 448 Schwartz. M 353-389 Schwartzberg, J 391 Scott, D. H 396 Scott, D. S 378 Scott, B.C. ..308-328-379 Scott, F. A 4O7 Scott. H. W 64-379 Scott, J. D 361 Scott, P. H 23- 64-179-284-295-328-396- 414 Scott, N 408 Scott, U. C 122 Scovill, Mary 483 Scribner. R 3 4 Seagers. C. B. 176-277-369 Seagle, H 391 Searle, J. G 154- 175-209-362 Secor, J. M 98 Secor, S. M. 346 Sectional Club 351 Seder, D. J 277-391 Seeley, H. B 98-306 Seely, H. B 329 Seely, P 372 Seelye.W. M 64- 300-30 418 Seery, Mercile 64 Segall, B 338-391 .Seibert, W. R 347 Seidman, H 353 Seidman, S. M. 98-329-353 Selby. H. C 418 SeUa ' rds, G. D. . .23-64-325 Sellards, P 387 Seller, Clara 64-454 Sellers, Eleanor 484 Sellett.G 122-283 Selling, L. S 64-346 Selway, R. P. . ..181- 277-373-408 Senff, Zella 477 Senior. H 383 Senior Literary Class . .24 Senior Engineering Class 78 Senior Architectural Class 104 Senior Medical Class . 107 Senior Law Class 115 Senior Dental Class . .125 Senior Phannic Class .132 Senior Homeopathic Class 135 Senior Education Class 137 Senior Nurses Class . . 142 Senior Homeopathic Class 146 Senior Section 23 Sergeant, F. A 23- 64-347-381 Serra.E 335 Servatius, F. H 378 Servis, Ethelyn . . .450-454 Session, F. M 387 Seto, A. Y 65 Seto, Y. S 356 Sewell, Mrs. B 456 Seymore, R 369 Seymour, E. T 373 Shackleford. J. H. ... 130- 1 53-1 72-227-233-380-402 Shoffer, M. A 395 Shalter, R. R 321-409 Shambaugh, X. F 112 Shannon, J. W. 65-352-387 Sharfman, I. L. . . .309-384 Sharp, H. P 98 Sharp, R 393 Sharp, W. G 65-292-362 Sharpe, A. B. .65-338-391 Shartel, B 283-316 Shaw. Helen65-342-3Sl-l70 Shaw, H. D. . . 98-329-345 Shaw, H. M. ..79-98-392 Shaw, J. W 294-366-392 Shaw, W. B 369-414 Shearer, C 369 Sheldon, Eleanor 485 Sheldon, 8 404 Shepherd, Carnelia 444-464 Shepherd, C.E 390 Shepard, Emily . . .281-436 Shepard, Martha 22- 65-300-358-429-449-453- 478 Sherer, Adelaide 484 Sheridon, W. G 4O7 Sherman, H. S 291- 30S-313-419 Sherman, R. S 291 Sherrick, J. S 321-409 Sherrick, P. H 419 Sherrick, R. G 65-385 Sherry, Florence 334 Sherwood, R 77- 181-284-312-326-332-361- 414 Shetzer, Helen 481 Shields, Mrs. H 456 Shields. H. W 4O2 Shimel.G. E 98 Shimoda. K 343-355 Shinbori, E. T 343 Shinnick, C 463 Shinoori, E. T 355 Shinover, Clara . . .449-483 Shippman, W 346-349 Shirasawa, G 355 Shirdel, S. M 346 Shirey, Florence 65- 436-455-457 Shanedice, Ratlin .289-347 Shoup, S. S 98 Shroyer, R. R. ... 65-421 Shumar, E. M 14O Shupert, H. P 332 Shun. Charlotte 470 Sibert, L. P. . . .65-336-421 Sidnam, V 416 Sidney, Margaret. .458-484 Siefert, Mary E 281 Siegal. H 371 Siek, H. T. 356 Siewert, R 369 Sigerfoos, Grace R 65 Sigler. H. L 112-3O7 Sigma Alpha Epsilon . .373 Sigma Chi 370-492 Sigma Delta Chi 414 Sigma Delta Kan . -418 Sigma Nu 377 Sigma Phi 364 Sigma Phi Epsilon 385 Sikes, W. S 99 Silhary, C. J 362 Silver, Helena .65-334-479 Simmon, R 416 Simmons, Marguerite 475- 484 Simmons, W. H 99- 172-239-241-318-371 Simon, E. R 395 Simonson, Celma 449 Simpson, H. S 79- 99-279-306-320-375 Simpson, W. M 406 Sims, Anne 473-484 Sims, F 275-389 Sims, I. H 332 Sinclair, D. H 65-361 Singh, G. B 99-343 Sink, C. A 379-381 Sink, E. W 4O9 Sinz, Ruth 437 Sisler.G 187 Shier, H. R 65 Shaw, J. D 66 Skillen.Jane 450-484 Skinner, C. H 106 Slabaugh, H. W 377 Slate, R. . . .406 Slater, F. S 106-369 Slater, Margaret . . .66-476 Slatery, T. R 336-421 Slaugh, H 393 Slaughter, Helen ..112-469 Slaughter, H. W. .292-362 Slaughter, M. D. . 126-405 Slavens, Margaret 477 Slawson, Florence 487 Slingerland, A. H 421 Sloan, G. E 28O-418 Sloan, J. R 345 Slocum, G 4O7 Slocum, H. H 66-350 Slocum, J. R 347 Sloss.S 389 Slowinski. L 99 Sly, Helen 436-485 Smallidge, C. B 66 Smart, R. F 66-366 Smeaton, W. G 308- 387-419-464 Smeaton, Winifred 443 Smiggen, J. T 405 Smiley, G. 66-343 Smith, A. M 291 Smith, Beatrice E.. .66-479 Smith, Blanche M. ...140 Smith, C 415 Smith, Catherine 437 Smith, Constance 435- 443-465 Smith, C. A 378 Smith, C. K. 348 Smith, C. X. .2 75-277-280 Smith, C. J 122-316-375 Smith, C. L 123 Smith, D. W 410 Smith, E 466 Smith, Mrs. Edwin . . .456 Smith, E. J 99 Smith, E. L 66 Smith, Elsie 66-462 Smith, Elizabeth 483 Smith, Evelyn 459 Smith, F. M " 23- 66-166-274-312-318-277- 414 Smith, F 14O Smith, G. A 66-379 Smith, H 386-106-107 Smith, H. L 66-108-112 Smith, H. W 369 Smith, Harriet 454 Smith, Mrs. Hewitt . . .456 Smith, H. T 366 Smith, J. A 112- 321-370-409 Smith, L. B 99- 319-322-365-377 INDEX Smith L C 66-390 Stannard, Doris . . 142-145 Stanton, C. F 415 Staples, Marie E. . . .67-476 Stark E C . 382 Strauss, P. C 108-113 Strauss, Sadye ....68-481 Strawhecker, P 388 Srtawhecker, P. O. ... 123- 316-408 Streit, W F. 405 Taylor, D 363 Taylor, F. M 370-420 Taylor, H. ...303-321-393 Taylor, Isabelle . . .407-438 Taylor, J. H. .108-113-307 Taylor, Marion 157- 433-434-436-448-449 Taylor, R. .... 403 Trigon 423 Van Horn, Ruth G. . 71-483 Van Lleeck, Dorothy .487 Van Ness, G 381 Van Ness, Marian 487 Van Orden, W 168 209-221-239-248-323-347 Van Ormun, E. . . .158-411 Van Osdol, W 408 Van Reenen, Frans 126-131 Van Rooyen, Mrs. C. L. 456 Van Schoick, F. . . 155-412 Van Sickle, Lalah . . 460 Smith, Margaret . .347-436 Smith Mrs N A 456 Trockett, N. K 352 Trombley, J. J. . . .114-406 Troost, G. W. 336-379-420 Trowbridge, Gladys ..437- 458-463-486 Troy, Geraldine 70-454-474 Trucks, F. R. 101 Smith N J 352 Smith Ned R .371 Stark J L .123 Smith, Ray 393-403 Smith R C 154-315 Stark Mrs .456 Starkweather, Doris . .472 Starr, J. A 418 Stason, E. B 283-413 Staybach, L D ... .292 Strieker, H D 176- Smith R E 347 257-392-411 Strickler, W 424 Striegal, A. L. 106-311-347 Strimbeck, G. R 100- 308-352-419 Stritmatter, F. H 100 Strong, Mabel 483 Smith R V 418 Taylor, R. H. ... 352 True, G. O. 289 Smith, R. W 408 Smith, Mrs. R. W. ...456 Smith Sara 440 Taylor, R. L. . 154-315 True, Marion 70-473 True, R. W. 101-387 Stauffer AD ... 99- Taylor, S. E. . . . 347 306-319-388 Stauffer, W. A 353 Stuart, R S . . 306 Taylor, W. E. . . .410 Trueblood, T. C. .300-309 Truedell, J. J 376 Smith S B 306 Taylor, W. J. . . .69 Smith S C 354 Taylor, W. M. 126-131-139 Tecson, P. S. 343-357 Truettner, W 394 Van Stone, Robt 421 Van Voerkorn .... 289 Smith S W 378 St Clair R K. . . 418 Strother, W. D. . . .315 Truscott, A L . 289 Smith, Thelma ...466-485 Smith V 479 Stearns, Josephine . . . 324- 474-488 Stearns, R C 376 Stryker, Frances 467 Stryker, H. H 411 Tedrow, Mrs. Paul ...456 Teidon, P. M. 347 Truscott, Geraldine . .458- 484 Truss, T. C. 22-70-275-380 Truss, T 168-312-326 Tryon, Virginia . . .273-280 Tsai, C R 356 Van Valkenburg, R. . .329 Van Woerkom, D. V. .347- 393 Van Zandt, Louise B. 466 Van Zyl, Mrs. . . . 456 Smith, W. A... 113-307-401 Smith W W 375 Stuart, A. 386 Telmo, P. M 100-357 Tench, Beatrice 486 Tennent, Gertrude . . . .466 Teopaco, R 357 Teopaco, S. L 357 Teegarden, H. B 303- 325-342-347 Tesnow, Floyd 393 Stedman, J. M 23- 67-378-341 Steele, Eleanor ...477 Stuart, C. W. . ..23-68-386 Stuart, D S ... 130 Snell, L 169-294 Snow H R 308 Stuart, R. S. . .79-100-343 Stucky, G. C 423 Student ' s Directory ...281 Student Council 328 Studley, Jeanette 489 Studness, Lillian ...68-484 Stuefer, Marie 68-471 Sturm, F. A 113-409 Stunner, C. H. 68-389-379 Sturmer Ruth .468 Van Zyl, G. . . 308 Snyder, E. M. 126-130-402 Snyder F L 307 Steele, H. H 99 Steele, J H . . 409 Tsai, G. H.. 70-332-343-356 Tsao, C. C 343-356 Tsao, Zok Tsung .356-450 Tse, Y. M 101-356 Tsong, K 134-356-485 Tsou, T. Y 70-356 Vander Merwe, S. W. . 126 Vander Veen, E 394 Vanderwilt, J. W 343 Vanderwilt, W. J. . .71-424 Vannewter, Mrs. J. C. 456 Varden, E. M 407 Vargas, 134 Vargas, 8 343 Stegath, T H. . .381 66-431-451 166 Snyder Rita F 67 Steger, H 365 Steggall, H. B. ... 100-390 Steggall, Helen 443 Stegmeier, 1 397 Stiernbaugh, M 300 Tews, H A. 410 Snyder, Ruth 469 Thatcher, L. E. . . .325-381 Thayer, A 335 Thayer, A M 343 Snyder, R. H 396 Sober, Dorothy . . .465-485 Sociedal Hispanica ...335 Sodduy, R. N 347 Sommers J E 79-99 Tsu, L 71-356-450 Tsung, C. H. ..71-343-356 Tubbs, H. D. . 101-320-393 Tubbs, Mrs. H. D 78- 79-456 Tubbs, H. T 289 Steinberg, Deuera 67- 309-444-449-453-481 Steketee, D. ..340-372-420 Steketee, F. W 23- 67-166-209-213-220-277- 318-362 Steketee, J 362 Stephen, H. M 289 Stephens E 309-365 Thayer L W 100 Vaughn, R. J 418 Vedeer, F. B 337-402 Veit, A. 114-411 Sturtz, Muriel 335-490 Stycr, Catherine 437 Styer, Katherine E. . . .463 Sugg, C. E. ... 108-113-407 Sugiura, K 35-343 Sugrue, J. D 407 Suguitan, J. C. 100-343-357 Suko S 356 Thayer, Martha 483 Theta Chi 390 Sommers, R. P 402 Sooy, Helene 483 Sophomore Literary Class 157 Sophomore Engineering Class 167 Theta Delta Chi 374 Theta Phi Alpha 474 Theta Xi 417 Velde, K. H 4 H) Tubbs, R. S. . . .71-297-393 Velde, W. 148-176-271-372 Ventres, D B. 101 Tucker, A. C 346-392 Tucker, Charlotte . . . .438 Tucker, E. B 79- 101-306-308 Tucker, E. V 419 Tucker, Marian 142 Tulledge, Florence .71-483 Tunison, Florence . . . .146 Turnbull W 150 Theunissen, H. H 131 Thielman, Elise 478 Thieme, Florence 69- 334-470 Thomas A 404 Verkerke, C. J. 282-340-3114 Verher, W F 368 Vernow, E R 406 Sophomore Architectural Class 158 Stephens, J 275-383 Stephenson, E. L. . 123-418 Stephenson, W. L. .68-372 Sulkers, C. F 410 Sullivan, F. W. ...308-385 Sullivan, L. E. 277-376-408 Sullivan, P. B 68 Summers, A 424 Sundar, P. M 343 Sunderland, A. B 23- 68-326-370 Sunderland, E. R. A. . 283- 284-312-316-387-400 Sundquist O E . 100 V. F. W. 348-349 Vianna F M . 101 Sophomore Medical Class 158 Sophomore Dental Class 159 Sophomore Pharmical Class 159 Thomas, B. S 69 Vibbert, C. B 390 Vibbert C I 349 Thomas Celia 437 Steriling W C 363 Thomas, Frances . . . .291- 313-484 Thomas, F. S 313-421 Thomas, F. L 289 Thomas, J 470 Thomas, Jean 69-454 Thomas, J G 378 Stern L D 307 Turnbull W A 380 Vick E 173-318 Stern, Selma 334 Turner, C E. . 123- Vick, H. A. . ...209- Sternleib, M 353 283-316-347-400 Turner M W 346 212-222-395 Vick H M 227-229 Sophomore Homeopathic Class 160 Stevens A B 308 Stevens, C. R 130 Stevens, Edna 140-471-484 Stevens, F H . . .376 Turner R C 382 Vick, John 404 Vickery, Elizabeth 24- 71-273-275-429-443-451- 455-457 Vignetto, W. A 410 Sophomore Prom Committee 340 Tustisong, H. W. .347-349 Tuttle G A 412 Sundwall, G 407 Sunley, H. ...116-123-316 Super R K 279 Thomas, J. S 141-378 Thomas L 346 Sorling C A 380 Stevens J C . . 178- Tuttle J H 289-394 Soule B A 308 289-347-390 Stevens, T. ...273-294-274 Thomas, Norma 488 Thomas, R. . . 154-358-403 Thomas, R. P. ...315-349 Thomet, Lena 146 Thompson, Anita 354 Thompson, A. T 315 Thompson, Florence ..69- 125-131-402 Thompson, K. L. .418 Tuttle, Ruth .437-468-485 Twining H 390 Soule M A 308 Surbrook H 393 Vignoe, W. F 101 Soule N H 419 Sutherland, D. C 69 Sutherland, Ruth 484 Sutherland, W. R. .69-292 Sutler D 369 Tynes, J. P 331-417 U Uddonberg, Laura 490 Uebele, B. C 179-370 Ullmann, L. E. 101-380-419 Underwood, Q. J 292- 295-349 Underwood, R. L 366 Underwood, T. I.. .366-400 linger, Adele .156-449-471 Union Opera Committee 294 Union Orchestra 296 Upjohn E C 371 Vincent, Blanche 437 Vincent, Lillian 459 Vinepal, Madelyn . . . .474 Vinkemulder, J. A. .71-381 Vinson, Lillian 72 Vinton, Margaret . .72-483 Vivian, Frances 487 Vlack, J. B. . .280-281-338 Voaper, W. R 417 Vocke K F 347 Southerland, Ruth 449 Southerton, Ruth . 148-467 Spaeder, J 303 Stevens, W. H 410 Stevenson, E. M 401 Stewart, Agusta 460- 462-463 Stewart G I .68 Spafard, Katherine . . .471 Spain, T. H.. 79-99-333-367 Spalding, Margaret . . .23- 67-451-457 Spalding, Dorothy . . . .467 Spannagee, R. T. .294-371 Sparling, H. 347 Sutton, Augusta 460 Sutton, Frances 150- 460-468 Swagger, W. M 292 Swain, Frances ...314-463 Swain I 479 Stewart, H. A 347 Stewart, J. M 352 Stewart, M. G 100 Stewart W 381 Thompson, Lemaine . .436 Thompson, L. L . 291 Thompson O S 347 Stickneg, B 153 Stietz L 291 Swain! D 209-220-375 Swan, Isabelle E 69- 443-463 Swanson, A. L 402 Swanson, J. R. F 106 Swanson, L 346 Thomson, E 383 Voelker, Margaret 437-471 Sparling, Jewel . . . 137-140 Spathelf, Rena F 67 Spaulding, C. M. . .99-387 Spaulding, Dorothy J. .23- 67-463 Spaulding, Margaret .431- 449-467-477 Spaulding, Rosalea ...354 Speaker, Frances . . .486 Thomson, F. M 346 Thomson L 69 Stiles F Jr 373 Vogt F 363 Stillman, H D 100 Thomson R A 100 Vogt, R. C 79-102-353 Strinson, Elizabeth . . .477 Stimson, G. A 407 Stimson, H. S 292-404 Stinson, W. D. ...321-407 Stipe, C. G. D. 68-239-251 Stitt M C 123 Thorington 403 Voight, W. A 102 Thornquist, R 372 Upjohn, J. R 370 Upper Room Bible Class 344 Upthegrove, C. ...308-419 Upton G 155-404 Von Ewegen, H. F. ..132- 134-310-315-328-403 Von Sprerken, Ella 140-476 VonTobel, C 354 Voorheis, H. R 393 Thornton J E 279 Swanson, V 383 Swart R E 103- Thorpe, B 376 Thorpe, Helen 70-466 Thorsberg, T. F 315 Thorsborn, H. J 315 Tibbals, Margaret ... .70- 460-467 Tidey M B 409 166-271-275-295-306-318- 361 Swartz, B. K 69-421 Swayze, K 334-367 Swayze, Katherine . . . .497 Sweeney, J. P 347-349 Sweet G R 373 Spear, G. S 390 Spear P . .390 Stobie Nellie .68 Ure C 352 Voorheis, V. J 418 Stock A J 100- Ure, S. T 356 Usher, E. .168-209-221-371 Uteritz, J. C 172- 209-221-227-233-365 Uteritz, V 323 Utke R O 353 Vorstone, D 336 Spear, A L 348-415 175-279-312 Stocking C E .403 Vosburgh, Marion E. . .72- 436-459-483 Vosper, R. W 417-472 Votey, H 23-72-376 Vreeland, H . . 370 Speer, AW .67 Speer P D 362 Stocking, C. E. ...310-315 Stockwell, E. P 385 Tilden C J 423 Spence, H. W. . .67-352-365 Spence, J. A. . 106-352-366 Spencer, A. E 375 Tilden, F. L. 363 Stoddard, Hope 434 Stoddard, L. W 100 Sweet, L. F 423 Sweet, Marjorie ..281-437 Sweet W ... .383 Tilley, M. P. .312-326-378 Tillotson, 494 Uychara, M. 343-355 Vulcans 202-319 Spencer, Dorothy .... 437- 443-484 Spencer, M. D 418 Stoddard, R 388 Timehae, T A . 101 V Vahlteich, H. W. .310-403 Vail, G. M 347-381 Vail R C . . 101- Vyn, J 367 Stokes, W. H. ...113-406 Swift L S . . .239 Tippold, D 354 W Wachter, H. . . .150-416 Wadsworth, Esther 486-335 Wade, J 394 Waddell, J. Q 369 Wagener, L. R 308- 310-315 Waggoner, G. T 412 Stokesberry, L 369 Stokesbury, L. B 346 Stoll A 424 Swigert F C ... 252 Titcomb, W. C 295 Tobias Rose 444-480 Swink, E. L 275-388 Sylvesta W 154-343 Sperry, D. L 352 Tobin W E 407 Sperry, M 392 Stone, A E 377 Symes, Mildred 1 146 T Tabern D L 308 Todd Frances B 70 306-319-331-368 Vail W .393 Sphinx 202-323 Stone G . .179- Todd J H 410 Spiegel, W. A 347 271-275-294-352-379 Stone, J. B 107-113 Stone Margaret 68- Todd, Margaret 70 Tolan J J 410 Valentine, K. H 405 Valentine, Mildred ...490 Valentine, W 292-361 Valk A S 101-332 Spier, J. E 123- 342-349-377-415 Spiess, C. A. . .115-123-400 Spill, Geraldine , 465 Tomlinson, C. L. . 101-387 Tomlinson V 367 436-459-480 Stone, Ruth 151-469 Taft K 387 Takagi Y 355 Tomsick W F 70-291 Van Aken A 156 Waggoner, R. W 409 Stone W W 108- Talcott, Dorothy 69 Talcott Maude 467 Tong C C 365 Van Alstyne, Joyce . . . .436 Van Alstyne, G 468 Van Antwerp, C. B. . ..71- 341-424 Van Asten, Mrs. J. . . .456 Vanatta Nina 71 Wagner, A. M 346 Wagner, B 470 430-433-334-448-451-464 Sprick, Helen 23- 113-374-401-416 Stoneman, A F 367 Tong C L 356 Tam, J. W 356 Tanaka, Tsuenezo ....69- 343-355 Tandler, Fabain 380 Tang, D. Y 292 Tang K Y 343-356 Torgerson, W. R 108- 114-307-321 Torrey, Helene 379- 448-452-462-468 Torrey, J. K 379 Torrey L 379 Wagner, Barbara 72 Wagner, Beata . . . 449-484 Wagner, C. P 323 67-436-476 Springer, C. A. . 99 Stoneman, L. H. . .294-370 Stoneman, W 370 Springer, D. . . 370 Wagner, C. S 101 Sproatt, Genevieve . . .484 Spierrier, B 224-382-406 Squire, L. . . 403 Storckman, C. F. .123-415 Storz Hazel 23- Van Boven, P. J 225- 227-229-382 Van Buren, T. H 417 Van Camp, R 417 Van Deinse, Mary . . .444- 450-460-483 Van Deursen, D 468 Van Deusen, Fannie F. 142-145 Van Domelen, P 101- 385-419 Van Duren A 393 Wagner D 159 Wagner, H 289 68-271-430-434-446-451- 462-467 Stottard, W. L 349 Stouffer AD 79 Tanguilig P F 357 Townley G 370 Wagner, Mrs. Mary B. . 72 Wagner, Merry . . .443-444 Wagner, R 313 Wagner, R. A 410 Stadfield, J. R. ...292-367 Stadler, R. A 99-392 Stadler, W. L 67-392 Stafford, Catherine . . . 300- 430-443-445-449-453-484 Stahl, M. B 148- 167-273-274-312-323-374- 414 Stahl, O J 379 Tannent, F. L 377 Tanner, Marion . .479-456 Tanner, R. R. .69-308-419 Townsend, Bernice ...489 Townsend, Elsie 70- 432-433-434-443-451 Townsend, F. M 347 Townsend J 151 St Peter W 395 Wahr, Geo 314 Straatsna, C R 108- 464-484 Tao S M 356 Wahr, F. B 347 113-409 Straith F L 402 Townsend, R 352-387 Toy, W 70-332-333 Tracey, T C 377 Waite, G 423 Tao S H 356 Waite, G. R 102 Stranahan, Aeriel E 68 Stranahan, D. G 100 Strassburger, G. ..292-361 Stratbucker, Gertrude 354- 434-459 Stratton D B 329 Tappan, G E. 382 Waite, J. B 400-283 Tarr, R. B 273-358 Tasker, C. G 132 Tasker, G. C 124- 308-310-315-403 TauBetaPi 306 Tau Sigma Delta 311 Tavores, C. N. . . .292-343 Taylor, C. . ...397 Traut, E. J. ..310-315-403 Travis, J. J 377-402 Travis, R. C 376-401 Tregilcock, Maude ....70 Trebilcock, Verna .475-485 Treble J 361 Waite, Pauline 354 Stainfield, L C 373 Van Duren C 415 Waits, Juanita 72 Stair, M 475 Van Dusen, B 23- 71-275-368 Van Every, M. M. ...271 Van Horn, Carrie 71- 454-483 Van Horn, D. H. ..71-374 Waitt, W 367 Wakefield, R. F. . .407-377 Walbridge, C 292 Standish, S 67- 224-254-346-365 Stanford, G. B 410 Stanley, A. A 313-379 Stanley, H... ...416 Straub, L 439 Walbridge, E 368 Straub, R 396 Trenor, Dorothy . . . 70-463 Triangles 202-324 Walcott, C. C 348 Walden, C 420 Strauss, L. . ... 295 INDEX Waldron, Helen . . .471 Warthin. Margaret . . .470 Whitacre, Mary L. . . .437- Wilkie, Mrs. C. A 456 Wines, W. B 329-379 Wright. J. K 126-131 Waldron, Ruth 459-483-334 Warts, M 439 444-485 Wilkie. C. A 4O2 Winograd. A 391 Wright, Loena .77-454-487 Walkem. F 72-369 Web and Flange 320 Whitaker, T. A 347 Wilkins, Mrs. K. D. . 456 Winslow, Xina 465 Wright. W. C 401 402 Walker. E. H 72-3O3 Weisenburger. Francis . 73 Whitbeck. S 374 Wilkins, K. D. ..349-418 Winslow, R 153- Wynn, F. F 152- Walker, F. H 419 Weiskopf. P 384 Whitcomb, H. G 3O8- Wilkins, R 361 292-370-402 283-348-354-418 Walker, H 368 Weitxel. G 385 352-419 Wilkins. D. B 75-390 Winter, B. W 76-375 Wynn. H. R 404 Walker. H. J. .. ..292 Wells. Carlton . ...343 Whitcomb Lois 74-46O-483 Wilkof, A 389 Winters, J. W. ... 362-400 Wykkel, A. P 377 Walker, J. P 239-248 Wells, Gladys 466 Whitcomb H G 352 Willard, H. H 3O8- Wisdom, L. . . . .155 Wylie, Dorothy . . .436-479 Walker, LucilU 484 Wells, Lucile 74-483 White F U8-373 371-403-419 Wise, E. P 76-289-383 Walker. Margaret 480 Wells. R. J 102 White H 3O8 Wilier. C. V 3O7 Wishart, S. W 4O6 X Walker. Marion 335 Welsh, G. S 74 White A M 388 Willet, W 34O-387 Wishek, M 354 XiPsiPhi 405 Walker I 102 Welsh, H. B 385 White C 154 Willmot, W. H 418 Wishropp, E. A 1O8- T Welch, A. L. 79- White C N 315 Willev. Mrs. X 456 114-307-406 Yaeger, A. A 1O3-352 Walicke E F 315 102-306-319-320-375 White E L 1O3 Williams, A. H 418 Wishropp, Frieda. .436-473 Yaeger, A. 352 Wallace H 369 Welch Everet 421 White G 388 Williams, C. J. . . .349-412 Wisner, J 474 Yaeger, W. H 352 Wallace, Lucille . . .72-483 Waller, H. G 307 Waller. H 388 Waller, Sara M. 72- 297-444-459-460-47 1-483 Walls, H. . . . .411 Walk, B 381 Walmoth. R. W. . .405-153 Walser. H. C 289-379 Walsh. W 152-413 Walser. H 151 Walter, Josephine . .72-470 Walter, J. L 362 Walters, Carol 436-487 Welch, H. B 292 WeUer, C. X 4O7 Weller. H. G 307 Weller, L. W 292 Wellin. E. G. 277-374 Welhnan. P. L 405 Wellmier, H 361 Welty, ErtBer 148- 334-436-443-452-453-471 Welty, Lucile .ill 119-483 Wenchor. H 361 Wenley, Prof. R. .304-318 Weniler, F. 315-403 Werkheiser, Ruth 440- White, H. . . . .385 White, Helen 74-485 White. H. L 353 White, Josephine 437 White, J. G 378 White, K. 352-370 White, K. S. 333-338 White, Virginia 489 White, W 365 Whitehead. A. 347 Whitehead, W 363 Whitehouse. Given ...471 Whitfield, Lucile 466-487 Whitlock, R. .224-323-373 Williams. Doris 486 Williams, D 4O4 Williams, D. E 75-3O3 Williams, Ethel 75-464 Wiliams. E. B 322 Williams. G S 328 Williams. Helen ...75-487 Williams, J. E 103- 291-313-329 Williams, L. R. 348-349-418 Williams, Lillian 145 Williams, M. 8 75 Williams, Marie ...75-474 Williams, Ruth 75 Williams, S. R 376 Witham. A. H. 352-394 Witberepoon, J. H. . . .375 Witker, J. B 76-366 Whitter, Lela 76 Wittv, 1 391 Woessner, J. C 141 Wohlwerd, L. F. 348 Wolaver, E. S 375 Wolcott. C. C 349 Wolcrvnski, Sophia 76 Wolf, H 376 WoWe. R. C 289 Wolfe, T. H. . 273-280-349 Wolfson, A 76 Wolfstein, Isabel 76- Yang, J. M 356 Yang, Y. Y 356 Yaker, W. H 395 Yakes, R. E 389 Yates, Dorothy .476 Yates, E. C. . . 108-114-407 Yeager, A. M 405 Yeakey, F. 1 378 Yelton, Fay 142-145 Yeniesse. J. C 3O8 Yeowire, S. R 349 Yonkman, J. F. . . 151-289 Yost, E 367 Yost. F. H 209- 318-349-370 W alters, H 388 Whitman E L 337-402 Williamson, W 381 434-46O-48O-484 Yost. H. E 77 W alters. J 23 Wermith, Thekla . . 74-473 Williamson. J 367 Wolfstein. J. S 114 Yost, M. . . . . .421 Waltmire. C. A 347 Wereenreder. Mrs 438 Whitnev D 367-410-426 Willis, Marion 433-477 Womer, C. R 126-405 Young, F F. 77 Walton. A. W 390 Wertheimer. F 384 Whitney F T 352-410 Willmot, W 152 Wonders. Ellen ,141- Young, F. L 77 Walmorth. E. H 131 Wesbrook. W 23- Whitney H 154- Wills. D 370 454-483 Young, J. B. .273-280-386 Walier. Gretchen 470 74-239-248-262 310-315-403 Willson, H. C 116- Wong, H. W 356 Young, T. J 333 Wang. C F 343 Wang, Lucv 356 Wang, T. F 356 Wannamaker, K. W. . .291 Weasels. O. . ...368 Wessinger. G. L 341 West, Jewel 124-413 West Ruth 486 Whitney, Lucile 467 Whitson, Virginia 483 Whittaker. T 349 124-316-377-400 Willson, H 4O4 Willson, H... ..172 Wilsey, Helen . .75-454-483 Wong, L 450 Wong, S. H 76-356 Wood, A. E 376 Wood, J. C. . ..103 Young, P. 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