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l Sheldon M. Broun Business Manager .A. o Ma?t Robert Schrayer , . ,,. j 1923 MICHIGANENS1AN Published ty tke SENIOR CLASSES of the UNIVERSITY of MICHIGAN MICHIGANENSI IS DEDICATED TO WILLIAM L.CLEMENTS.B.S. REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY DONOR OF THE CLEMENTS LIBRARY RECIPIENT OF MICHIGAN ' S GRATITUDE WILLIAM L. CLEMENTS _s FOREWORD AFOREWORD INTIMATES THAT WHICH IS TO COME. THE MICHIGAN WE KNOW AND LOVE IS PERHAPS ONLYTHE FOREWORD OFTHE MICHIGAN OF FIFTYYEARS FROM NOW ALWAYS THERE WILL BE PROGRESS, VIRILITY, HONOR MICHIGAN ri i emones CONTENTS SENIORS CLASSES FEATURES ATHLETICS PUBLICATIONS ORGANIZATIONS FRATERNITIES WOMEN Drawn by James House, Jr. 3n Memory of Jlernarb irfe CLASS OF 1923 3fn jfflemonam ljelbon JHtlton JBroton grcfjtr Honcp Uatris mtlp Cuntce Jfee Cfjarlesi Botanarb pernarb Cijarlcs Robert George who can control his fate? Shakespeare f fi fe 10;; 1923 ' E R A R Y OFFICERS ROBERT D. GIBSON- RUTH WERKHEISER ELIZABETH HOYT BURTON E. DUNLOP President Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer ADAMS BANK S. BROWN J. BROWN BURGE HILLERY KLAVER McCoBB ROBERTSON SEAGEARS SNELL STAHL STEVENS WATZEL 1923 LITERARY COMMITTEES ATHLETICS HENRY H. MUDD, Chairman CHARLES C. KREIS WILLIAM G. MILLER EDWARD L. NEWHALL FINANCE VERNON F. HILLERY, Chairman JACOB VANDE VISSE ANNE HINSHAW ILENE FISCHER PUBLICITY MARTIN KLAVER, Chairman FRANK McPiKE E. PARISH LOVEJOY VIRGINIA V. TRYON DOROTHY BENNETTS AUDITING THORNE J. BROWN, Chairman THOMAS L. RICE ELIZABETH J. FORSYTHE BANQUET THEODORE P. BANK, Chairman WALTER H. VELDE RICHARD SWEET MARY E. READ CARA MUIRBACH CAP AND GOWN MARION B. STAHL, Chairman W. P. HENDERSON H. W. HEIDBREDER GRACE HUNTER MARION KOCH CLASS DAY ROBERT E. ADAMS, Chairman HOWARD J. LIVERANCE EDWIN R. MEISS LINCOLN J. CARTER JOYCE VAN ALSTYNE MARGARET WHYTE GLADYS HINMON INVITATION NATHAN W. ROBERTSON, Chairman ROBERT GRAY ROBERT L. HALL WENDELL F. HANSELMAN CAROL WALTERS GRACE FRY ANNE MUSHKIN MEMORIAL EDWIN C. McCoBB, Chairman JAMES HUME CONSTANCE BALDWIN HELEN PARTLOW PICTURE SHELDON M. BROWN, Chairman L. PERKINS BULL J. ROSS RlFORD PIPE AND CANE JOHN BURGE, Chairman BUCKLEY ROBBINS ALBERT J. PARKER PROMENADE PAUL WATZEL, Chairman JULIUS B. GLASGOW JOHN B. FAIRBAIRN RECEPTION LAWRENCE SNELL, Chairman WILLIAM K. GALBRAITH EDWARD S. REID SEWARD CRAMER HELEN HUFF HELEN BUSTER CARRIBEL SCHMIDT SENIOR SINGS JAMES STEVENS, Chairman JAMES J. JOHNSON EDWARD F. LAMBRECHT VIRGINIA BRODEL MARTHA MACLEAN SOCIAL CLAYTON B. SEAGEARS, Chairman MARK E. CROXTON NELSON JOYNER, JR. ROBERT KNODE HELEN ROBERTS ESTHER WELTY FRANCES AMES Twenty-two MAX ABRAMSON . . ....... Detroit REBA P. ABRAMSON . .... Philadelphia, Pennsylvania DOROTHY MAX ADAMS . ..... .... Muskegon GIFFORD SPENCER ADAMS ....... .... Lawton Delta Sigma Pi; La Sociedad Hispanica; Commerce Club. ROBERT EDWIN ADAMS, JR. . . . ... Louisville, A ' y. Psi Upsilon; Michigamua; Sphinx; Dixie Club; Kentucky Club, Pres. (3); Michigan Daily (i) (2) (3), Night Editor (3); Union Com.; Life Membership (i) (2); Entertainment, Chm. (3); Fall Reception Chm. (3); Literary Vice-Pres. Union (4); Pres. S. C. A. (4); Class Athletic Chm. (2); Chm. Class Day Com. (4); Student Council (3) (4); Sigma Delta Chi; Union Opera Com. (2). ELLERTON GORDON ALDRICH . . . The Dalits, Oregon Westerners ' Club. LERov ALFORD ............. East Tawas F. ROLAND ALLABEN . . Kockford, Illinois Alpha Xu, Pres. (4); Oratorical Debate (3); Chm. Extemporaneous Speaking Contest, Players ' Club (3). RALPH ALLEN ... ... Rochester, Kew York AMOS DYER ALLMAN . . . Crown Point, Indiana Round-Up Club; Chimes (2) (3); Varsity Band (2) (3) (4). FRANCES MARGARET AMES . ....... . Lansing Delta Delta Delta; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Pres. Women ' s League (4); Masques. CHARLES T. ANDREWS .- . .inn Arbor Delta Alpha Epsilon; Michigan Daily (3) (4); Whimsies (4); Union Com. on Statistics (2); Pres. Press O.ub (4). VIRGINIA ELIZABETH ANTHONY . ......... Detroit RUTH IRGINIA ARIE .......... Detroit Alpha Epsilon Phi; Junior Girls ' Play. Twenty-three LEO ASH . Three Riyers Craftsmen Club. HELEN LEVANT AUBREY . . . .Ann Arbor Senior Society; ' Players Club; Y. W. C. A. Treas. (3) (4). ESTELLE AUSTIN . Grand R " P ids DALE BYRON AYERS . Grosse Pointe Slwres Sinfonia; Delta Theta Phi. GEORGE R. BABCOCK . Coldwater MORRIS EUGENE BACHMAN . Portland, Oregon Westerners ' Club; Adelphi; Menorah. RICHARD WEBSTER BACHMAN . Detroit Alpha Delta Phi. RALPH H. BACKUS . Detroit Psi Upsilon. BRUCE HENRY BACON . Toledo, Ohio Hermitage; Athletic Program, Mgr. (3); Union Entertainment Com. (4). FRANCES JOSEPHINE BAIRD . Philadelphia, Pennsylvania BARBARA BAKER , Washington, D. C. Kappa Delta; Wyvern; Junior Girls ' Play Com.; Social Com. (4). J. HEALAN BAKER . Ann Arbor Press Club. Lois MURIEL BAKER . Flint R CARLYLE BAKER ...... Grand Rapids Delta Alpha Epsilon; AJpha Kappa Psi; Les Voyageurs; Upperclass Advisory Com. Twenty-four FREDERICK WILLIAM BALD . Detroit Alpha Sigma. COXSTAXCE MAY BALDWIN . East Orange, etc Jersey Delta Delta Delta; Junior Girls ' Play; Junior Girls ' Play Com.; Masques. NORMA LYDIA BALZ . . Indianapolis, Indiana Kappa Alpha Theta. TED PAUL BANK . Flint Theta Chi; Sphinx; V. F. V.; Gun and Blade; Flint Club; Varsity Football (2) (3); Class Pres. (3); Class Banquet Chm. (4); Class Basketball (2) (3); Class Bowling (3); Student Council (3). HELEN VIRGINIA BARBER . . Highland Park MARY A. BARBER . ConneautriUe, Pennsylvania MILTON CONROY BARBER Highland Park Delta Sigma Pi; Highland Park Club; Boosters; Commerce Club. JOHN MAXLEY BARNES . . Ferrysburg HERBERT HILTON BARRACLOUCH . . Methuen, Massachusetts HERMAN E. BARTLETT . . Berea, Kentucky Gun and Blade Club; Kentucky Club. JOSEPHINE BARTON . Big Rapids Alpha Xi Delta; Class Basketball (3); Glee Club (i); Choral Union (i); Junior Girls ' Play. G. DOROTHY BEAN . . . Grand Rapids Kappa Alpha Theta; V. W. C. A. Cabinet; Junior Girls ' Play. HAROLD WILLIAM BEATTIE . . Detroit Sigma Phi Epsilon; Alpha Kappa Psi; Union Life Membership Chm. (2) (3). HOWARD WILLIAM BEATTY .... Ann Arbor Ttcenty-far VICTOR ROBERTS BEAUCHAMP LUCILE ELEANOR BEBEAU GEORGE RUSSELL BECK . JACK PALMER BECKTON Phi Delta Theta. GEORGE C. BEEMAN ..... Chimes Business Staff (2) (3); Class Indoor Track (3). Washington, D. C. Rockland . Detroit Caro . Charlevoix Detroit ELIZABETH GRACE BELL .... Delta Gamma; Class Basketball (3). HAROLD E. BELLES ............ Norihville Cygnus; Varsity Glee Club (2) (3) (4); Choral Union (i); Midnight Sons Quartette (3) (4); Alpha Epsilon Mu; Commerce Club. LESTER CHARLES BENDLE FREDERICK HARVEY BENNETT Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Swartz Creek Rochester, AVa 1 York Fennville GLION T. BENSON ............ V. F. W.; Commerce Club; Players ' Club; Upper Class Advisory Com. ALBERT ABE BERMAN .............. Detroit MAURICE BERMAN . . ........ Co:-ington, Kentucky Phi Beta Delta; Kentucky Club (l); Michigan Daily (3) (4); Menorah Soc. Sec. (3). SIDNEY BERNBAUM ....... . . Tau Delta Phi; Varsity Boxing (3). JOHN HAMLIN BESANCON .... . . Detroit Phi Beta Pi. Detroit GRACE L. BESNER Pi Kappa. Manistiquf Staunton, Illinois NORA LUCINDA BETHEL Alpha Gamma Delta. EFFIE CARLOTTA BETTENS Hancock Captmish ADOLPH EDMUND BIGGE ....... Ferris Institute Qub, Pres.; Upperclass Advisory Com.; Alpha Nu. HAZEL BEATRICE BLACK HENRY- CHASE BLACK American Chemical Society. . Battle Creek Guayama, Porto Ruo . Detroit Grand Haren FRANCIS I. BLOISE ........ Pi Upsilon Rho; Cosmopolitan Club. HARRIET LUCILE BLUM ........ Pi Lambda Theta; Oratorical Board; Portia Literary Society. AREND ED VARD BOER REX PORTER BOND FLORENCE GILLIES BOOMHOUER ....... Delta Delta Delta; Social Com. (3); Junior Girls ' Play; Mummers. FRANK MAURICE BOONSTRA . Zeeland Detroit BRUCE G. BOOTH ...... Gamma Eta Gamma; Varsity Glee Club (3) (4). HAROLD SHELDON BOTT ..... Sigma Alpha Epsilon; L ' pper Class Advisory Com. m d " " HELEN CORINNE BOWERS JOHN ADELBERT BOYCE Gun and Blade, Vice-Pres. KATHLEEN ELIZABETH BOYD Alpha Chi Omega. ELIZABETH DESYNNAMON BOYD Alpha Xi Delta. MARY R. BOYD . Zeta Tau Alpha. Battle Creek Ann Arbor Traverse City . Muskegon York, Pennsylvania WILLIAM KENYON BOYER . Alpha Chi Rho. JOHN COLLINS BREAKEY . THELMA MARGARET BRISTOL Marquette Ann Arbor Royal Oak VIRGINIA BRODEL ............. Detroit Theta Phi Alpha; Comedy Club; Masques; Junior Girls ' Play; Glee Club; Senior Sing Com. MARJORIE IRENE BRONSON ....... . . Lockport, New York Summer Daily (3); Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Players ' Club (2); Dodos (4). WALTER ALBERT BROWE ......... . . Detroit Phi Mu Delta. DOROTHY NAOMI BROWN ........... Iron Mountain Delta Gamma; Mortarboard; Women ' s Athletic Board (2) (3), Treas. (4). HIESTAND EDWARD BROWN ........... Ann Arbor Delta Alpha Epsilon; Varsity Band (3); Varsity Mandolin Club (3); Union Orchestra (3); Univer- sity Symphony Orchestra (3) (4). JAMES CORWIN BROWN ............ Ann Arbor Delta Alpha Epsilon; University Symphony Orchestra; Michigan Union Orchestra (2) (3); Players ' Club (2) (3); Spotlight Vaudeville (2). Twenty-eight MARIOS LIPPIXCOTT BROWN ......... S rdrsboro, .Vr Jersey Class Hockey (3) (4); Basketball (2); Mandolin Club. SHELDON- MILTON BROWN .... ..... DitBoij. Pennsylvania Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Michigamua; Sphinx; Pennsylvania Club; Michiganensian : ; . . Bus. Mgr. (4); Chimes (l); Union Opera Com. (2); Ass ' t.Chm. (3);Gass Chm. Auditing Com. (3); Chm. Picture Com. (4); Pi Delta Epsilon; University Chamber of Commerce. THORXE JOSEPH BROWN . ........ Grand Rapids Phi Sigma Kappa; Varsity Basketball (2) (3); Chm. Swimming Pool Drive, Grand Rapids; Chm. Senior Auditing Com. ELIZABETH HOPE BROWNING . . . Cleveland, Ohio Kappa Kappa Gamma. JESSE K. BRUMBAUGH . ....... Greenville, Ohio Alpha Nu. WINIFRED MARIE BUCK Delta Gamma; Pan-Hellenic Pres. (4). FRANKLIN BURT BUELL ELLA B VESTING .... LOUISE WHEAT BULKELEY . Collegiate Sorosis. Marenci Escanaba Indianapolis, Indiana . Louisrtilt, Kentucky GEORGE E. BULLEN WILLETTA ETHEL BUNN . BEN BURBRIDGE, JR. " . F. W. Adjutant. COSETTE HOBSON BuRCHFIELD WILLIS BUSHNELL BURDICE Alpha Rho Chi; " arsity Glee Club. . Albion. Erie, Pennsylvania Detroit Ann Arbor A ... ' _...; Twenty-nine JOHN M. BURGE .... . . Louisville, Kentucky Trigon; Union Recording Sec. (4); Union Opera (3); Pipe and Cane Com. ROBERT LESLIE BURHANS ....... . Owosso CELIA IDA BURKE . . South Bend, Indiana Phi Sigma Sigma. HARRY LERov BURNETT ... . Ann Arbor Choral Union (i) (2) (3) (4). HELEN HARMON BUSTER . . . Mt. t ' ernon, New York Pi Beta Phi. FLORENCE VIRGINIA BUTCHER ..... ... . assar Alpha Chi Omega; Girls ' Glee Club (2); Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; La Sociedad Hispanica (2); Junior Girls ' Play; Press Club. WILLIAM BERNARD BUTLER . . ..... . Grand Rapids Delta Theta Phi; Michigan Daily; Michigan Technic; Chimes; Glee Club. ELEANOR BUTTERFIELD .... Jackson ELSIE DOROTHEA BUTTS . Jamestown, New York Pi Kappa. FRED GEORGE CADWELL ......... Phi Gamma Delta. EVELYN WARNER CADY . ..... Hockey (i); Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Masques (i); Cercle Francais. ESTHER LEONE CAKE ........ Junior Girls ' Play. NORMAN CAMERON ....... BEATRICE MARY CAMPBELL . . . Collegiate Sorosis; Choral Union (3) (4); Junior Girls ' Play. . Ann Arbor Benton Harbor Lake Linden New York, New York Sault Ste. Marie Thirty CHARLES IHRIG CAMPBELL . . ...... Gamma Eta Gamma; Varsity Glee Club. MILDRED PEARL CAMPBELL ..... Pi Kappa; La Sociedad Hispanica; Spanish Play. Ross STEVENSON CAMPBELL ......... Delta Theta Phi; Wolverine Editorial Board (2); Ass ' t. Band Mgr. (4). GLEN EVERETT CARLSON ......... Mens ' Educational Club. ELIZABETH WARE CARTER . Poland, Ohio Ann Arbor . Detroit Saybrook, Pennsylvania Huntington, West Virginia LINCOLN TARED CARTER, JR Goshtn, Indiana Delta Upsilon; Sigma Delta Chi; Directory (2) (3); Managing Editor (4); Director Michigan News Bureau. HERBERT SPAULDING CASE ...... . . Sault Ste. Marie Sigma Delta Chi; Press Club; Boosters; Board in control of Michigan Optic (4); Chimes Issue Ed. (2); Advisory Board (4); Chm. Editorial Board Summer Daily (3); Director Michigan News Bur- eau (4); Executive Council Michigan Interscholastic Press Association (3); Gen. Chm. Michigan High School Editors ' Conference (3). PAUL T. CASEY . . Toledo, Ohio Round-Up Club; Boosters. GLADYS IRENE CATHERWOOD ..... .... . Detroit Alpha Chi Omega; Junior Girls ' Play; Press Club; Michigan Daily; Gargoyle. BEATRICE L. CHAMPION ........ Kappa Delta; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Masques; Sigma Delta Phi. HAROLD HUDSON CHANNER Soncalk, Connecticut . Detroit Cheboygan Peking, China Canton, China NATHALIE ELEANOR CHAPMAN . HUNG PIN CHEN .... PING CHUAN CHEN . Cosmopolitan Club; Chinese Students ' Club. NAI-CHING CHENG .... . . . . Shanghai, China Chinese Students Club. WILLIAM BOWEN CHENOWETH ...... . . Union City, Indiana Varsity Glee Club (2); Choral Union (2) (3); Alpha Nu. HARRY MAURICE CHE RNIAK ....... . Windsor, Ontario Cosmopolitan Club (i); Players ' Club (3); Cercle Francais. SMITH COLEMAN CHILDS .... . . . Canisteo, New York Lambda Chi Alpha; Alpha Kappa Psi. GEORGE MILLARD CHILDS ........ . Norwalk, Ohio Pi Upsilon Rho. MYRON EDWARD CHON ........... Chicago, Illinois Zeta Beta Tau; Opera Music, Writer (2) (4); Mimes, Cast (4); Spotlight Vaudeville (2) (3). WILLIAM DONALD CHRISTMAN .......... Joplin, Missouri Argo Club. LEONARD REED CHRISTMAN .... . . . . Toledo, Ohio Adjutant V. F. W.; Craftsmen Club. MARGARET REES CHRISTIAN ..... . . . Marquette Baseball (2); Girls ' Glee Club; Choral Union. GEORGIA ALLEN CHURCH . ........ . Marshall Pi Beta Phi; Hockey (3) (4); Tennis (3); Baseball (3); Mgr. (4); Intercollegiate Chm. Junior Girls ' Play. DORIS ALLENE CLARK ... . Hartford, Connecticut Gamma Phi Beta. JOSEPHINE L. CLARKE ... . . Buffalo, New York ROBERT S. CLIFFORD .... . . . Fort Wayne, Indiana DAVID GLENN COBB ....... . Fort Scott, Kansas Mens ' Educational Club; Liberal Club. Thirty-two CHARLOTTE A. COCHRAN . . .... . Port Huron Choral Union. DAVID FARNHAM COE .... . . ..... Milford JULIA COE .... ... . Mount Vernon, New York Pi Beta Phi; Class Basketball (3); Baseball (3); Tennis (3), Mgr. (3); Mandolin Club (3); Womens ' Athletic Board (4). WARREN COE .............. Chelsea Phi Kappa Alpha. CHARLES JOHN COLE . . ....... Wanseon, Ohio Lambda Chi Alpha; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Union Orchestra (2); Symphony Orchestra (l) (2) (3); Varsity Band (2) (3) (4), Ass ' t. Director (4). STEWART RULISON CONANT .......... Hubbell ALBERT JOSEPH CONBOY ..... ..... Utica, New York Underclass Conduct Com.; Upperclass Advisory Com.; Players ' Club; Commerce Club. SAMUEL HAL CONKEY ............ Cascvillc Cygmus; Whimsies; Players ' Club, Treas. (4); Comedy Club. FRANCES JOSEPHINE CONNABLE .... ..... Kalamazoo Delta Gamma: University Tennis Championship (3); Athletic Board Sec. (3) (4); University Orchestra (3) (4); Music Chm. Junior Girls Play. LAWRENCE HENRY CONRAD . ... . . Ann Arbor Whimsies Editor. LEWIS X. COOK .......... CLARA MAUDE COOKE ......... Student Volunteer; Choral Union. WINCHESTER COOLEY, Jr. . .... .... El Paso, Texas Chi Phi; Westerners Club; Michigan Daily Business Staff (2) (3); Ass ' t. Track Mgr. (3);Sociedad Hispanica Play (4). BEATRICE COOPER ............ Toronto, Ontario Portia Literarv Societv. Stevens Point, Wisconsin . Owosso Muskogee, Oklahoma Ann Arbor Detroit . Ann Arbor Ishpeming ELISE COOPER Cercle Francais; French Play (3) LEWIS ELLSWORTH CORBETT Varsity Band (4). PAUL D. CORBETT Chi Phi. MADELINE DOROTHY CORLETT Scroll. GOLDIE BRITA CORNELIUSON Iota Sigma Pi; Class Baseball (2) Homestead, Pennsylvania Detroit Cleveland, Ohio Grand Rapids HENRY DE!,A COSSITT, JR. Delta Sigma Pi. EVELYN JOANNA COUGHLIN .... Alpha Xi Delta; Michigan Daily (3) (4); Press Club. JOE W. CRABBE Psi Upsilon. EDISON H. CRAMER Pi Kappa Alpha. Ann Arbor . Cadillac Battle Creek Youngstown, Ohio SEWARD SHERMAN CRAMER WILLIAM TILDEN CRANDALL HELEN C. CRANE MYRON J. GRAVER ..... Theta Xi; Youngstown Club, Pres. (2), Treas. (i). West Milton, Ohio CHARLES CREW Grand Rapids Angola, Indiana Bradford, Pennsylvania Jackson Edmorf FREDERICK ALLEN CROSS .... Chi Phi; Michigan Daily (i) (2). MARK E. CROXTON .......... Delta Upsilon; Union Opera (4). HELEN LUCILLE CURRIE . . . . . . . . . Junior Girls ' Play; Intercollegiate Com. (2); Womens ' League Social Com. (3). ARTHUR COVEL CURTIS ........ Alpha Kappa Kappa; Cosmopolitan Club; Pres. Medics (2). GLENN D. CURTIS ALBAN WILLIAM CURTZE ....... Choral Union; Classical Club; Press Club; Order of DeMolay. MARY ADELAIDE CUTTING ...... Alpha Gamma Delta; Girls ' Glee Club; Junior Girls ' Play. PAUL RAGNAR DAHLBERG Glee Club. CLARENCE EUGENE DAUGHERTY . . . . Forestry Club. KATHERINE ELAINE DAUGHERTY ....... HELEN ALPHENA DAVENPORT ........ Chi Omega; Pi Lambda Delta. ARTHUR BISHOP DAVIDSON ........... Port Huron Delta Kappa Epsilon; Football R. (2); Student Com. on Athletic Affairs (2) (3), Chm. (2) (3). HAROLD WAIN-WRIGHT COLTER DAVIS .... .... Port Huron Gun and Blade. HAZEL MINERVA DAY Erie, Pennsylvania Kalamazoo Rochester, New York Allegan Crown Point, Indiana Newark, New Jersey HOWARD RUPERT DEAN Lambda Chi Alpha; Craftsmen Club; V. F. W. PORTER GRAHAM DEAN ..... RALPH JERRY DEAN .... Craftsmen Club. MAMIE C. DEGNAN . . . Alpha Chi Omega. ELMER Louis DsGowiN Mitchell, South Dakota Ann Arbor Addison Pftoskey Cheboygan MARJORIE MILLER DEITCH VICTOR DEITCH ..... DOROTHY DEK.LEINE ...... GERRIT DEMMINK . . .... Delta Sigma Rho; Players ' Club; Varsity Debating Team (2). Indianapolis, Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Lansing Grand Rapids WILMER FOSTER DEMPSEY FLORENCE LOUISE DEMRICK FENNO EDWIN DENSMORE . . . . HERMAN W. DERUITER .... Alpha Kappa Psi; Class Football; Track. Edwardsburg Mount Clemens . Ilillidale Grand Rapids Chicago, Illinois LAVRA E. DETWILER . . . Seville, Ohio MARIAN YERONIQUE DEVINE . . . Detroit THOMAS EDMUND DEWEY .......... Owosso Phi Mu Alpha; Michigan Daily (i), Telegraph Editor (2); S. C. A. Cabinet (3); Leader Varsity Glee Club (4); Director Freshman Glee Club (3). CHESTER ALFRED DE VITT ..... Spring Lake Phi Rho Sigma; Varsity Band (2) (3) (4). REIMAR FREDERIC DIEKHOFF . . Ann Arbor ! ARTHUR FREDERICK DITTMER . Scottrille BESSIE X. DIVINE . Elk Rapids Girls ' Glee Club. HELEN A. DIXON . . . Detroit MARTHA DODD . . . Louiscille, Kentucky Collegiate Sorosis; Class Hockey Team (i) (2) (3) (4), Basketball (2) (3), Baseball (i). KENNETH FRED DODGE . Whitman Lake Peers Club. NONA LILLIAN DOHERTY . . Washington, D. C. Gamma Phi Beta; Girls ' Glee Club. LENA GRACIA DOLL . . Detroit THOMAS J. DONAHUE .... . . Scranton, Pennsylvania Richard Club; Pennsylvania Club, Treas.; Oratorical Association; Alpha Nu. ME TSUNG DONG . .... . Shanghai, China Chinese Students Club; Cosmopolitan Club; Choral Union. Thirty-seven - EUGENE VINCENT DONLAN WALTER A. DONNELLY Michigan Daily (2). FREDERIC G. DONNER Alpha Kappa Psi. HAROLD M. DORR Chimes (2) (3) (4). FRANK RICHARDSON DOUGALL, JR. Clinton, Iowa Battle Creek Three Oaks Lake City Detroit GRACE ROBERTA DOUGHTY .......... Choral Union; Masques; Players ' Club; Junior Girls ' Play; Girls ' Glee Club. MARGARET ALICE DOWNING ......... Zeta Tau Alpha. MARJORY HORTENSE DRAKE ELEANOR ELVIRA DRYSDALE . . . . Zeta Tau Alpha; Girls ' Glee Club Beacon, New York Laurium Ann Arbor Detroit STEPHEN McKENZiE DuBRUL ....... PAULINE ISABELLE DUFF . . . . Chi Omega; Stylus. WALTER DUFFORD . . ...... Westerners ' Club. PAUL HAROLD DUNAKIN ...... Psi Upsilon. BURTON EBERLE DUNLOP ...... ... Duluth Minnesota Trigon; Druids; Sphinx; Michiganensian (2) (3) (4); Editor Directory (3); Chimes (2); Class Treasurer (4); Student Council; Board in Control of Student Publications (4); Chm. University Services Com. (4). . ' Cincinnati, Ohio Midway Park, Illinois Barllesville, Oklahoma Grand Rapids Thirty-eight I WALTER RUFUS DU.NSTON Omega Psi Phi. Richmond, Virginia Tokio, Japan CLARA LEONORA EASTLAKE Barbow Sch olar; Cosmopolitan Club, Pres. HAZEL E. ECKHART ........ . Lansing Alpha Chi Omega; Stylus, Sec. (4); Athena Literary Society; Executive Board of Athletics. A. L. ECHAVARIA WALTER O. EKEBLAD .jguadilla, Porto Rico Gladstone PAUL GERHARD EICKMANN Saginaw WALLACE FORDHAM ELLIOTT . . Oakland, California Sigma Delta Chi; Daily (2) (3), Sports Editor (4), Alumnus (2); Union Life Membership Com. (2), Cap. (3); Mgr. of Minor Sports (2); Mgr. Informal Swimming (2); Mgr. of Intramural Ath- letics (3); Mgr. Varsity Swimming (4); Board of Directors of Athletics (3). C. S. ELLSWORTH . ... . . Battle Creek FRANCES ELY . . Belmont, New York Zeta Tau Alpha. IONE MARIE ELY . LAWRENCE B. EMERY DAVID ADAM ENDRES . . . . Youngstown Club; L ' nion Opera (3). CARL E. ENGGAS .... Alpha Tau Omega. FRANCES HAZEL EPPEXS Toledo, Ohio Brnton Harbor . Poland, Ohio Kansas City, Missouri . Ann Arbor Thirty-nine SOLLIE AARON EPSTEIN ....... . ... Detroit CARL GUSTAVE ERICKSON ... . . ... Iron Mountain Louis PHILIP ERLENBACH . ..... . . Saginaiv Saginaw Club; La Sociedad Hispanica, Treas. (3) (4). CATHERINE AMELIA EVANS ......... . Detroit Delta Gamma; Junior Girls ' Play. MARY MARGARET FAIR . Lima, Ohio Girls ' Glee Club. MARGARET K. FAIRBANKS ... ... Saline MARGARET CLARISSE FAIRCHILD . . ... Boyne City Alpha Gamma Delta. THAIN FARLEY .... .... . Auburn, Indiana Sigma Chi. MARVIN DWIGHT FAUST .......... Drummond, Montana Westerners ' Club; Cosmopolitan Club; Chimes (2); Pres. La Sociedad Hispanica (3). EMILY EUNICE FEE ... Indiana, Pennsylvania IRMA LEONA FIELD . . ... . ... Detroit ANNIE LOUISE FINLEY .... ... . Dallas, Texas Pi Beta Phi. MARY LOUISE FINN . . . St. Joseph MUNGER S. FINN .... . . . . . Detroit Delta Upsilon; Michigan Opera. Forty YOLETTE FlNSTERWALD ....... Alpha Epsilon Phi; Michiganensian (4); Junior Girls ' Play ISABEL FISHER Michigan Daily (3) (4). XEVIN COTTON FISK Quadrangle. FRANCES MART FLORER . Alpha Phi. SIDNEY WALTER FOREMAN ...... Commerce Club. Highland Park Larium Lvdington . .Inn Arbor Detroit THEKLA LOUISE FORSYTH ......... Comedy Club; V. V. C. A. Membership Com.; Women ' s League Flower Com. ELIZABETH JANE FORSYTHE . . Mtrctr, Pennsylvania Zeta Tau Alpha; Pennsylvania Club, Sec.; Michiganensian (2) (3), Women ' s Editor (4). E. GLEE FOSLER . Spring Lake Delta Zeta. Casey, Illinois Traverse City CHARLES EDWARD FOSTER, JR. ..... Phi Kappa Sigma; Boosters; Union Dance Com. LELAND STANFORD FOSTER ........ WILLIAM PHELPS FOSTER ....... Phi Mu Alpha; Traverse City Club; Asst. Mgr. Varsity Glee Club (2) (3). ' YEO GLADYS FOSTER . . . Marshall, Minnesota Portia Literary Society; Masques; Athletic Ass ' n.;CircoloItaliano; Cage; Players ' Club; Press Club. ALLEN Ross Fox p ort Huron Pi Kappa Alpha; St. Claire Club; S. C. A. Yice-Pres. BEVLAH MAE Fox ........... Detroit Alpha Gamma Delta; Delta Sigma Rho; Athena Society; Women ' s Varsity Debating Team. alparaiso, Indiana GERALD WILLIS Fox DONALD JOSEPH FRALEY Kalamazoo Geneseo, New York Alpha Epsilon Mu; Varsity Band (3) (4); Union Orchestra (3) (4); University Symphony Orchestra (2) (3) (4); Craftsmen Club. FREDERICK MERRILL FRANCE Commerce Club; Class Baseball (i) (2). JOHN S. FRANCE ..... Alpha Chi Sigma- Phi Lambda Upsilon. EINAR A. FRANDSEN .... Lambda Chi Alpha. Ann Arbor Sault Ste. Marie Hastings I H. DOROTHY FRANK . Terre Haute, Indiana Alpha Epsilon Phi; Mandolin Club. HAROLD FRIEDMAN . Sault Ste. Marie Phi Sigma Delta; Varsity Football R. (3); Ass ' t. Mgr. Interscholastic Athletics (3), Mgr. (4); Ath- letic Ass ' n. Board of Directors; Varsity Hockey Mgr. (4). MARION ARBELLE FRINK . Evanston, Illinois Junior Girls ' Play. LAR.OY ALBERT FROH . ..... Ann Arbor Gun and Blade; Liberal Club; L ' pperclass Advisory Com. GRACE A. FRY ... .... . . Saginaw Kappa Delta; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Ass ' t. Chm. Junior Girls ' Play; Athletic Assn. YING Fu ' . . . . . Peking, China Chinese Club. KITA FUKUI . Yokohama, Japan Nippon Club. ANNA ELIZABETH GABLER . Sarnia, Ontario Alpha Omicron Pi; Cercle Francais; La Sociedad Hispanica, Social Com. (4); Girls ' Glee Club, Treas. (4); Junior Girls ' Play; French Play (2). WILLIAM KENNETH GALBRAITH . . .... . . Calumtnt Beta Theta Pi; Reception Com. (4); Michigan Daily (i)(2); Spotlight Com.; Wolverine Staff; Union Swimming Pool Drive; District Chm. S. C. A. Drive; Chm. Life Membership Drive. forty-two LVELLA GALLIVER ............. Flint Mortarboard; Pres. Sen. Society; Univ. Y. V. C. A. Cabinet (3) (4). LOREN SHEFFIELD GANNON ........... St. Claire Phi Mu Alpha; Union Opera (4). STEPHEN MTXROE GARFIELD ............ Albion Varsity Football (2) (3). HERBERT LYLE GARNER . . . . ..... IFyandottc JESSE J. GARRISON ............. Hartford WILLARD B. GASKINS . Harrisburf, Illinois Delta Sigma Phi. CARL ERXEST GEHRING ........... Cleveland. Ohio All-Campus Handball Champion, Singles (2) (3), Doubles (3); Informal Handball Teams (; DOROTHY GELTZ ........... South Send, Indiana Michigan Daily (3). BENJAMIN GERBER ............. Detroit Commerce Club; Adelphi. MERLE STANLEY GERRED ............ Manistee Forestry Club; Les Yoyageurs. CHARLES H. GESSNER ............ Escanaba Phi Sigma Delta; Michiganensian (2)(j), Qass Editor (3);Athletic Program (2);Union Announce- ment Com. (3); Craftsmen Club; Boosters ' Club. EDWARD CLARK GIBSON ... ....... Sarnia, Ontario Delta Sigma Phi; Summer Michigan Daily (3); Life Membership Drive (2) (3) (4); All-Fresh Baseball. ROBERT DELOS GIBSON ..... ..... Grand Rapids Delta Upsilon; Druids; Fresh Track; Yarsity Track (4);Ass ' t. Chm. Union Entertainment Com. (3); Class Social Com. (i) (3); Class Treas. (2); Class Pres. (4); Alpha Kappa Psi; J-Hop Com.; Underclass Conduct Com. (2). TAC P. GIES ... ........... Reese Gun and Blade; Forestry Club. ' " l ' S v ' Sturgis . Ann Arbor Grand Rapids RUTH E. GILHAMS ......... Delta Delta Delta; Student Directory (4). CHARLES EUGENE GILLIS ..... . . Les Voyageurs. RUSSELL SEYMOUR GISH ..... Wayfarer Club; Boosters ' Club. JULIUS BUCKLEY GLASGLOW .......... Spencer, Iowa Pi Kappa Alpha; Delta Sigma Rho; Upperclass Advisory Com.; Mimes; Extemporaneous Speak- ing Contest (4); Mimes Oratorical Contest (4); Varsity Debating Team (4); Gun and Blade; Monteith Club; Adelphi. NATHAN H. GLASS . . . Ahmeek C. C. Club. HELEN VIRGINIA GLENN ..... Iota Sigma Pi. HOWARTH W. GNAU ....... Chimes, Issue Ed. (2), Associate Ed. (4); Boosters ' Club. HENRY DAWSON GOFF ........ MARTIN S. COLORING ...... Phi Sigma Delta; Dixie Club; Michigan Daily (2) (3); Directory (3). West Branch Detroit Spencer, West Virginia Shreveport, Louisiana HAROLD DENISON GOLDS .... . . .... Holland Delta Sigma Phi. IRVING B. GOLDSMITH . Chicago, Illinois Zeta Beta Tau; Chimes (i) (2) (3) (4), Issue Ed. (2), Associate Ed. (4); Union Opera (2). ALBERT P. NAEHAUS GOLDSTEIN New York, New York La Sociedad Hispanica; Cercle Francais. PORTIA GOULDER Cleveland, Ohio Chi Omega; Sigma Delta Phi; Daily (4); Summer Daily (3); Masques (3) (4); Comedy Club (3) (4); Junior Girls ' Play Cast; Players ' Club (3); Athena (3); Mummers (4). LOUISE JANET GRAHAM Seattle, Washington EDITH DOROTHY GRAVES . . Parma Choral Union (4). HORACE WIXSLOW GRAY . Tecumseh KENNETH M. GRAY . . Romeo Sigma Phi Epsilon; All-Fresh Baseball; Class Baseball. ROBERT THOMAS GRAY . . . . Grand Rapids Phi Sigma Kappa. SAMVEL GREEXBERG . ........ . . Detroit Kappa Xu; La Sociedad Hispanica; Michiganensian, Asst. Bus. Mgr. (2) (3); Auditing Com. Fresh Law Class; Fresh Swimming Squad. JOHN HAROLD GREENE . . . Brooklyn EMERSON FRANK GREEXMAX . ..... . Owosso CATHERINE GREENOUGH . Landor, Wyoming Gamma Phi Beta: yvern; Comedy Club; Masques; Y. W. C. A. Sec. (2). ALEXANDER GREGORY ... . . Marshall Cosmopolitan Club: Adelphi. RICHARD GREGORY . .... .4nn Arbor Delta Chi; A. M. A. Basketball (2); Varsity Tennis (3) (4); All-Fresh Tennis; Class Basketball (4). MARY GRIFFIN . . Lima, Ohio Pi Beta Phi; Stylus; Michigan Daily (2); Girls ' Glee Club (2); Junior Girls ' Play; Choral Union (2). DONALD KENNETH GRISIER . . IFauseon, Ohio Lambda Chi Alpha; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Opera Orchestra (2); Varsity Band (4). RVDOLPH J. GROSS - . . . ..... . Saginaw Saginaw Club; Chamber of Commerce. WILLARD FRANCIS GRUSCHOW . . Detroit Delta Sigma Pi; Union Opera (2). EDGAR A. GUENSBURG Phi Epsilon Pi. ALICE LOUISE GUETSCHOW MINA ALBERTA GUILFORD .... Alpha Chi Omega. JOHN ENGLEBERT GUNTHER .... Gamma Eta Gamma; Varsity Football (2) (3) OTTO ERWIN HAASS RALPH LAWRENCE HAGAMEIR Trigon. HOVEY HAGERMAN . ROBERT FRANCIS HAGUE . V. F. W.; R. O. T. C. Menominee Detroit Friendship, New York Goshen, Indiana Detroit Cadillac Denver, Colorado Sago I a Oakfield, New Yor Lansing Ludington Greenville Ozvosso HELEN L. HALL . Gamma Phi Beta. L. DEVERE HALL Alpha Tau Omega. ROBERT BURNETT HALL ...... Chi Phi; Gun and Blade, Treas. (2); Senior Dance Com GENEVA HALLENBECK CATHERINE R. HALSEY Alpha Xi Delta. HENRY FREDRICK HAMILL HENRY GEORGE HAMMER . . ...... Cooperstown, North Dakota Sigma Nu; Fresh Football Mgr.; Class Basketball (2). JEANNETE CLEVIUS HANCOCK ........ . . Union City Chi Omega; Junior Girls ' Play; Players ' Club; Mandolin Club. HELEN JEANNETTE HANLOX ............ Detroit ARTHUR JAMES HANNA . ........ New Castle, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Club; Spanish Club. FRED ROBERT HANNA ............. Detroit IDELLA MEDORA HANNA ....... .... Detroit ELEANOR AMOREL HANNAH ............ Detroit WENDELL F. HANSELMAN .......... Cincinnati, Ohio Delta Tau Delta; Michiganensian (2) (3); Mandolin Club (2); Comedy Club (3) (4); Players ' Club (2) (3); Press Club (3) (4). XORMAN HANSON Chicago, Illinois Theta Delta Chi; Michiganensian (2); Union Entertainment Com. (2); Swimming (2); Opera (3). ALICE KATHERINE HARDENBURGH .......... Tecumseh HELEN HARDING . . Bellevut, Ohio Kappa Kappa Gamma. LELA BLANCHE HARGER ......... . Iron River YOLNEY C. HARMON ............ Grand Rapids Phi Sigma Kappa. MILDRED EVAHNE HARRINGTON .......... Austin, Texas Chi Omega. MARY E. HARRIS ............. East Lansing G. URBAN HARRISON ........... Clinton, Indiana Alpha Epsilon Mu; Varsity Band (2) (3); Commerce Club (2) (3); Opera Orchestra. LAUREN D. HART .............. Unwell Craftsmen Club; V. F. W.; Chamber of Commerce; Upperclass Advisory Com. MAURICE P. HARTLEB .... . Mendon Beta Phi Delta. ELMER EVERTT HARTWIG .... ...... Highland Park Delta Sigma Phi; Round-Up Club (3), Sec. and Treas. (4); Highland Park Club, Pres. (3); Athletic Program (3), Managing Editor (4); Class Soccer (2). ELTON F. HASCALL, JR. .... Sigma Delta Kappa; Alpha Delta Sigma. ELBERT DIXON HASKINS Detroit Birmingham, Alabama Phi Tau; Glee Club (2) (3); Choral Union; Opera (3);La Sociedad Hispanica. JOHN BAXTER HASSBERGER ........ . . Crosse lie Phi Beta Pi; Comedy Club; Opera (2); Pi Epsilon Delta. SYLVIA VON HASSENZAHL ......... . Detroit ROBERT TORRENS HATT .... Leland Varsity Glee Club (3). KATHLEEN HATTON Grand Haven Gamma Phi Beta. SADYE LILLIAN HARWICK ............ Detroit Kappa Kappa Gamma; Wyvern Society; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (4), House Com. 3; Girls ' Glee Club; Author Junior Girls ' Play; Chm.Vocational Com. Women ' s League (4); Social Com. Women ' s League (3). ELIZABETH MARIAN HAWXHURST . . . . . . . . . . Ann Arbor Alpha Chi Omega; Press Club. FRANCES GAGE HAYES . Saueatuck Girls ' Glee Club. Forty-eight GERTRUDE ANN HAYES ............ Hastings Pi Beta Phi; Junior Girls ' Play. ANNA LUVERN HAYS ............ Enid, Oklahoma Alpha Omicron Pi; Iota Sigma Pi; Mortarboard; Medical Class Sec. (i); Masques; Athena; Y. V. C. A. Sec. (4); Senior Girls ' Play Com. RUSSELL RANDOLPH HAYS .......... Hobart, Oklahoma Gamma Eta Gamma. ALVAH ANDREW HEALD . . . . Millbrook Chi Phi; Varsity Band (2) (3) U)- CARRIE AxScHoicK HEAVEN-RICH . . ... Ypsilanti HERMAN WILLIS HEIDBREDER .......... Quincy, Illinois Phi Gamma Delta. RICHARD E. HEIDEMAN ... . ..... Irontcood Theta Chi; Sigma Delta Chi; Gogebic County Club; Michigan Daily Business Staff (3). CHARLES HERBERT HEINOLD ......... J ' frona, Xea: Jersey CAROLINE ELIZABETH HEINZ .......... Chicago, Illinois Girls ' Educational Club. ALMA MARIE HENDERSON .... ... . . Highland Park MARY HENDERSON . Houghton THELMA FIDESSA HENDERSON ... . Youngstoten, Ohio Delta Zeta; La Sociedad Hispanica. LILLIAN M.HERMAN ............ Grand Rapids Alpha Omicron Pi. WENDELL HERRICK . . . . ... . Cleveland, Ohio Alpha Delta Sigma; Cleveland Club, Yice-Pres. U); Gareoyle, Bus. Staff (l) (2) (3) (4); Chm. Cleveland Swimming Pool Drive; S. C. A.; Boosters ' Club. Forty-nine LEO JACK HERSHDORFER .......... Bloomfield, New Jersey Sigma Delta Chi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Tau Delta Phi; Newark Club; Michigan Daily (i) (2), Editor- ial Board (3), Night Editor (4); Managing Editor, Summer Michigan Daily (4); Union Reception Com. (3); S. C. A. Campaign Com. (2); Board of Directors, Chimes (4); Board of Directors, Mich- igan Boosters (4); Sophomore Literary Class Book Staff; Editor, Junior Literary Class Book. WILLIAM E. HETTRICK, JR. ....... ... Toledo, Ohio Psi Upsilon. MARIE ONOLEE HEYER ............ Owosso Fresh. Glee Club; Girls ' Glee Club (2) (3) (4); Junior Girls ' Play Cast and Music Com. VERA M. HILL .............. Marlette S. C. A. Cabinet. Louis RICHARD HILLER . . . ...... Dayton, Ohio MARGARET ELIZABETH HILLER ........... Detroit Alpha Gamma Delta. VERNON FRANCIS HILLERY .... ..... Tulsa, Oklahoma Theta Chi; Phi Alpha Delta; Michigamua; Sphinx; Pi Delta Epsilon; Business Mgr. Wolverine (2); Michigan Daily (i) (2) (3), Circulation Mgr. (2), Business Mgr. (3); Class Pres. (2); Student Council, Sec. (3), Pres. (4); Union House Com.; Opera Com.; Delegate Mid-Western Student Conference (3) (4); Delegate Y. M. C. A. Convention (3); Delegate Geneva Conference (3); Sunday Services Com. (4); Chm. Class Finance Com. (4); Board in Control Student Publications (4); Student Member Senate Com., Student Affairs (4); Student Advisory Com. (4). GLADYS HINMON ........ ..... Detroit Alpha Omicron Pi; Class Day Com.; Junior Girls ' Play; Y. W. C. A. Social Com. (4). CHARLOTTE ANN HINRICHS .......... Chicago, Illinois- Delta Delta Delta; Mandolin Club (4); Junior Girls ' Play. ANNE MARIE HINSHAW .......... New York, New York Alpha Phi; Wyvern; Fresh. Spread Com. (2); League Life Membership Com. (3); Senior Class Finance Com.; Junior Girls ' Play, Finance Com.; Y. M. C. A. Social Com. CECILE PALMER HITCHCOCK .......... Highland Park MARY ISABELLE HOBSON . . ....... Los Angeles, California Zeta Tau Alpha; Sigma Delta Phi; Westerners ' Club; Athena; Pres. Oratorical Board. BEATRICE HOCK . . . Grand Rapids Alpha Omicron Pi; Girls ' Mandolin Club; Junior Girls ' Play; Mummers. GENEVIEVE HODGSON . . Sault Ste. Marie Fifty GEORGE EDWARD HOEK . Holland Muncif, Indiana CHARLES EDWARD HOFFER Sigma Chi. FOREST HOFFMAN . RAE A. HOFFMAN- AMELIA ROSE HOHEISEL frindber, Pennsybania Brooklyn, Xna York .Inn Arbor HENRY ROSECRAXS HOLMES CLEMENT A. HOPP Detroit Detroit Escanaba WARREN CAMPBELL HORTON Micbiganensian (3); Class Football (i). LEOXA MIRIAM HORVITZ Phi Sigma Sigma. PiUsbttrgh, Pennsylvania LAWRENCE H. HOUTCHEXS ..... Chyron; Michigan Daily; Choral Union. CHARLES ELLIOTT HOWARD . . ... ... Highland Park Delta Sigma Phi; Varsity Track (2) (3), Cross Country (2); Student Directory (3); Fresh. Track and Cross Country; Union Directory-. WILLIAM JOHNSTON HOWARD . . Detroit Alpha Tau Omega. MARY CATHERIXE HOWE taft,r Theta Phi Alpha. J BioomfeU, .Vnr York FRANK JACKSON HOWLETT Sigma Phi Epsilon. 5- MARY LILLIAN HOWLETT Alpha Omicron Pi. ELIZABETH S. HOVT Gregory Battle Creek Senior Society, Sec.; Student Directory (3) (4); Publications Editor (4); Class Sec. (4); Fresh- man Girls ' Glee Club; Girls ' Glee Club ' (2), Vice-Pres. (3), Pres. (4); Junior Girls ' Play; League Flower Com.; Senior Girls ' Play Prop. Com. GENEVIEVE OWEIDA HOYT ... Battle Creek Kappa Kappa Gamma. LYLE SEABURY HUBBARD ... Toledo, Ohio Swimming Team (2) (3) (4). LUCYHUBER " Ann Arbor Pi Beta Phi; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Hockey (i) (2) (3); Girls ' Glee Club; Cor. Sec. Womens League (3); Undergraduate Representative of Y. W. C. A.; Junior Girls ' Play. JULIUS FRANK HUEBNER WALTER HAROLD HUEHL SIDNEY HELEN HUFF Collegiate Sorosis; Reception Com. (4). BERTRAM Lucius HUGHES . ... Sigma Phi Epsilon; Sigma Tau Sigma; Cleveland Club; Republican Club. Detroit Dexter Detroit Cleveland, Ohio JAMES WILLIAM HUME, JR Jackson Sigma Nu; Sigma Delta Chi; Michigamua; Sphinx; Pi Delta Epsilon; Chimes (2) (3); Bus. Mgr. (4); Daily (l) (2); Chm. Reception Com. Union (3); Soph Prom Com.; Class Memorial Com. (4); Ass ' t. Football Mgr.; Student Council (4). EUNICE MAY HUMPHREY New Britian, Connecticut Collegiate Sorosis. CATHARINE ELIZABETH HUNT .... . . Fargo, North Dakota Choral Union; Girls ' Glee Club; Y. W. C. A.; Publicity Womens ' League. GRACE MARIAN HUNTER .... ... Detroit Senior Society, Treas.; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Cap and Gown Com. (4); Junior Girls ' Play. IRENE LUCILLE ' HUNTER Highland Park Fifty-two OLIVE ESTELLE HfRLBl ' RT GEORGE ROSEWALL HUSBAND . ELIZABETH HV.TCHEXS Delta Delta Delta; S. C. A. Pres. (2); Junior Girls ' Play Com. WALDO WILLIAM ILLI Round-Up Club; Press Club; Class Football. WALTER WESLEY IXD Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Toledo, Ohio Ann Arbor Ann Arbor FRED IXGLEY, JR. ..... HEXRY THOMAS IRVING ....... Alpha Kappa Psi; Michiganensian (3); Glee Club (2) (3). FRANCES MORGAN IRWIX Delta Delta Delta. EGBERT RAYMOND ISBELL . .... Sigma Nu; D. J. C. Club; Cross Country Track. FRANCES DOLORES JACKSON ..... Pi Lambda Theta; Junior Girls ' Play. DOROTHY JANE JACOBS ...... Alpha Omicron Pi; Choral Union. LEONE RHODA JACOBS ...... Kappa Delta; Michiganensian (3); Girls ' Glee Club. EDNA EDYTH JARCHOW ..... Press Club; Players ' Club; Junior Girls ' Play. JUDITH JENISON ....... Alpha Phi; Lansing Club. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania . Detroit Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Ypsilanti . Detroit Detroit Sturgis Mt. Clemens . Lansing Fifty-three PEARL IRENE JENNE ... . Ithaca EDITH ANTIONETTE JENSON ......... . Flint Cosmopolitan Club; Press Club. CAROLINE CLAIRE JOHNSON ........... Paw Paw Class Baseball (3); Hockey (4). IRWIN E. JOHNSON .... . . . . Rushford, New York JAMES JUNIUS JOHNSON Brookhaven, Mississippi Phi Gamma Delta; Druids; Sphinx; Varsity Baseball; Mimes. OSCAR M. JOHNSON Reed City OWEN MAYNARD JOHNSON ....... . Capron, Illinois Boosters ' Club. RALPH REDINGTON JOHNSON ...... Detroit Adelphi; Delta Sigma Rho; Varsity D ebate Teams (2). HAROLD A. JOHNSTONE ....... Wheeler MARY MILDRED JOHNSTONE ........ . Chesaning CHARLES RICHARDSON TONES .......... Muncie, Indiana Phi Delta Theta; Delta Sigma Pi; Commerce Club; Glee Club (4). DEBORAH HELEN JONES ...... . . . Detroit Alpha Phi; Wyvern; Junior Girls ' Play; Social Com. (i); Freshman Spread Com. NATALIE FRANCES JORDAN .......... Berrien Springs Pi Lambda Theta; Choral Union; La Sociedad Hispanica; Le Cercle Francais. NELSON JOYNER Bedford, Indiana Phi Gamma Delta; Michigamua; Druids; Sphinx; Varsity Track (2) (3) (4). MABEL MAY KADOW ..... Pi Kappa; Players ' Qub. BERXICE DOROTHY KAHX Alpha Epsilon Phi; Class Baseball (3), Basketball (3); Junior Girls ' Play. LILEOX KAHX ......... Phi Sigma Sigma. LELAXD JOHN KALMBACH . ...... Delta Sigma Pi; Round Up Club; All-Freshman Track; La Sociedad Hispanica. GLADYS RAMMER . Players ' Club; Class Hockey Team (3); Y. W. C. A. Social Com. Toledo, Ohio Highland Park . Ishpeming Chelsea Detroit JULIA G. KAMMER HELEN E. KANE Players ' Club. L. C. KAPVR . EUGENIA KATZ . Detroit ete York, Krw York AXXE EDITH KEIDAXZ Student Directory (3). DORIS KELLER ...... Pi Kappa; Westerners ' Qub; Players ' Qub. FRANCES KELLER ..... Iota Sigma Pi; Westerners ' Qub. Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Spencer, Km York FRANKLIN JOSEPH KELLEY Chi Phi; Varsity Track (3). MELVIN FRANCIS KELLY . Chicago, Illinois JOHN FRANCIS KENNER . Lock-port, New York GENEVA CHARMIAN KENT Iluntington, West Virginia Michiganensian (2); Student Directory (3). PHILIP KERKER . . Brooklyn, New York LOWELL STEWART KERR . , Eranston, Illinois Press Club; Michigan Daily (2), Editorial Board (3) (4); Life Membership Com. LORNA KETCHAM Highland Park Alpha Omicron Pi; Girls ' Glee Club; Le Cercle Francais. ISAAC JOHN KHOURY ro ' Mountain ARTHUR LEO KIDD . Duquesne, Pennsylvania Alpha Phi Alpha; Monon Club. PAUL T. KILBORN . . Ralston, Pennsylvania Alpha Kappa Psi. MANA F. KILPATRICK . Ann Arbor JOHN ELLSWORTH KING ... Kings, Illinois Beta Phi Delta. PAUL B. KING . Eujalo, New York RUTH MAY KING . . Ann Arbor Kappa Delta. ELIZABETH BRODHEAD KINGMAN . . Kingston, New York Junior Girls ' Play; Girls ' Glee Club. Fifty-six FRANCES EVELYN KLAASSEN . . Lansing MARTIN ARNOLD KLAVER ....... Detroit Delta Chi; Sigma Delta Chi; Daily (2) (3); Upper Staff (4); Chm. Class Publicity Com. (4). ADOLPH KLEIN ... . Chicago, Illinois Phi Sipma Delta; Varsity Baseball (2) (3); Freshman Baseball; Freshman Basketball; Crafts- men Club; Mu Alpha. VICTOR V. KLEIN Detroit Phi Epsilon Pi; Michigan Daily. DOROTHY KLOOZ . . Youngstown, Ohio Class Basketball. MARIE LINNETTE KNAPP . Ionia Y. W. C. A. ROBERT TROXELL KNODE Baltimore, Maryland Sigma Xu; Alpha Kappa Psi; Michigamua; Sphinx; Varsity Football (3) (4); Baseball (3) (4); Student Council (4); Board in Control of Athletics (4). MARIAN KOCH . ... Detroit Chi Omega; Mortarboard; Wyvern, Pres.; Michigan Daily, Women ' s Editor (4); Vice-Pres., Women ' s Athletic Ass ' n. (3); Junior Girls ' Play Com.; Senior Play Ccm. GENEVIEVE M. KOEHN . ... . Ann Arbor Kappa Kappa Gamma; Le Cercle Francais; Glee Club. BERNARD BENJAMIN KOPLOY ...... Detroit Brhatrika; Players ' Club (2). MARGARET ANNA KRAI s . . Ann Arbor Delta Delta Delta; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Girls ' Mandolin Club; Freshman Spread Com.; Bus. Mgr. Junior Girls ' Play; Chm. Senior Girls ' Play. CHARLES COOLIDGE KREIS ........ Detroit Phi Delta Phi; Druids; A. M. A. Football; Class Athletic Com. (4); J-Hop Com.; Student Ad- visory Com. EITA KROM .... Iron Ri?er Phi Sigma Sigma. KATHERINE E. KUBLMAN ... . . . . Dayton, Ohio Mortarboard; Wyvern; Senior Society. Fifty-seven CHARLES L. KUHN Zeta Beta Tau. EDWARD KUPKA Choral Union. H. BRACK LADNER . Sigma Nu; Opera (3). WALTER C. LADWIG . DOLPH LAIN . ... Delta Sigma Pi; Craftsmen; V. F. W. Cincinnati, Ohio . Detroit . Big Rapids . St. Joseph Pulaski, Iowa THOMAS BECK LALLY Sigma Nu; Gargoyle (i) (2); Fresh. Track. J. SIMS LAMAR Alpha Tau Omega. LOUISE LAMBERTSON . . ... Girls ' Glee Club (i) (2) (3) (4); Choral Union (i) (2). EDWARD FREDERICK LAMBRECHT .... Detroit Sigma Chi; Alpha Kappa Psi; Night Editor, Michigan Daily (3); Opera (3); S. C. A. Cabinet; Chm. Publicity Com.; Student Council. Ann Arbor Ardmore, Oklahoma Belding JAMES VERLE LAMMY .... Phi Mu Delta; Class Cross Country (2). MILTON RAYMOND LANDY Kappa Nu; Players ' Club. LENN LEARNER LATHAM Symphony Orchestra. BURLEY LAURIMORE . Delta Kappa Epsilon; Choral Union. FERNE PARSONS LAYTON Play Production (3) (4). Detroit Cleveland, Ohio Jonesville . Greenville, Ohio New Concord, Ohio Fifty-eight ARDEX GLANCY LEATHERMAN ..... Players ' Club; Stylus. MERWYX GRANT LEATHERMAN .... Gargoyle (4). RUTH XAOMI LECHLITNER . Stylus; Lansing Club; Choral Union; Players ' Club. YIH KOXG LEE ....... Chinese Students Club. Ann Arbor . Ann Arbor Lansing Ktvangtung, China . Grand Rapids WILLIS RALPH LEEXHOUTS Phi Delta Theta. ROSE LEMAY LEHMAN Alpha Chi Omega. . Detroit Centrerille MARION ETHEL LEHR Mummers; Plavers ' Club. RUTH ANN LEITER . Ann Arbor Franklin, Pennsylvania JOSEPH LETA, JR. ..... II Circolo Italiano, Pres.; Pennsylvania Club MARJORIE RUTH LEVEQUE EMELIE LENHOFF LEVIX Alpha Epsilon Phi. SARAH LEVIX Detroit . Detroit Bay City HYMAN LEVIXSOX CAROLIXE LAXG LEVY . Alpha Epsilon Phi. WILLIAM LICHTENBERG, JR. . . Detroit Zeta Psi; Druids; Mgr. Varsity Football (4); Chimes (l) (2) (3); Underclass Conduct Com. (2); Board of Directors Athletic Assn. MYRLE CARL LICHTENWALTER MILDRED LEONA LINDBERG . ROBERT LINDQUIST Pi Kappa Alpha. JOHN EZRA LITTLE Fulton, Indiana . Grand Rapids Grand Rapids Bentley, North Dakota HOWARD JENNINGS LIVERANCE . . . ... . Il ' illiamston Alpha Tau Omega; Druids; Sphinx; Varsity Baseball (2) (3); Student Council (4); All-Freshman Baseball. Ilerkimer, A ew York Chicago. Illinois STANLEY S. LOCKE Forestry Club; Phi Sigma. RICHARD A. LOEB Zeta Beta Tau. FANDIRA CAROLINE LUDINGTON Chi Omega. ABIGAIL LURIE DAVID E. LYND CHANNING MACFADON Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Mu Alpha. New York, New York . Detroit Emerson, Iowa LOUISE PARKHILL MAC LLVRAY . Choral Union; Girls ' Glee Club. . Alt. Pleasant Portland, Oregon MARGARET MAC!NNIS Westerners ' ; Players ' Club. MARGARET L. MAC!NTYRE ........ . . Battle Creek Kappa Kappa Gamma; Wyvern; Student Directory (2) (3); Class Yice-Pres. (i); Chm. Fresh- man Spread Com.; Junior Advisory Chm. (3). VINCENT F. MACKEL . . Los Angeles, California Delta Chi; Westerners ' Club. MITRIEL KEITH MACKENZIE . . Honghton MARTHA LACY MACLEAN . ....... Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Alpha Xi Delta; Senior Sing Com.; Mummers; Junior Girls ' Play. RAYMOND MAHAFFY .... . . . MarUtte Delta Sigma Pi; Boxing Club. NORMAN RAYMOND F. MAIER . . . . Detroit MARY KATHERINE MANCHESTER . . Birmingham Players ' Club. WALTER EVANS MANION .... . Detroit ROBERT FREDERICK MANOGG ....... . . Detroit JAMES H. MARTIN Inn Arbor ROBERT OWEN MARTIN ... . .... Bedford, Indiana Phi Gamma Delta; Druids; Ass ' t. Basketball Mgr.(3); Michiganensian (i) (2) (3) (4),Ass ' t. Bus- iness Mgr. (3); Opera Com. (3); J-Hop Com. (3). WALDO CHRISTIAN MARX ....... ... Manchester LVTHERA FRANCES MASON ...... ... Greetey, Colorado ROBERT W. MASTERS . .... . . Ludington Sixty-one i A MATSUE MATSUMOTO Cosmopolitan Club. FLORENCE W. MATTHEWS ELVA CORA MAZER LAURA EVELYN MEADER Zeta Tau Alpha; Junior Girls ' Play. MENDEL E. MEDALIE Craftsmen Club. Yokohama, Japan Ypsilanti Detroit Charlotte Mancelona ROBERT WILLIAM MEFFERD ..... . Lima, Ohio Freshman Band; Varsity Band (2) (3) (4); Wayfarers Club. EDWIN R. MEISS Cincinnati, Ohio Zeta Beta Tau; Druids; Pi Delta Epsilon; Sigma Delta Chi; Michigan Daily; Theater Editor ' (2), Humor Editor (3); Editorial Board (3); Editorial Board Chm. (4); Gargoyle Editorial Staff (3); Opera Music Writer (2); Writer and Composer of Opera (4); Mimes. WILLIAM JOHN MENKE ........ Sigma Chi. LILA S. MERGARD . Midland Sharon, Pennsylvania RUDOLPH EDWARD MERTENS MANUEL MERZON . Lakewood, Ohio . Detroit VICTOR HAROLD METHOD . ... Ray City Acacia; Bav City Club; Freshman Football Team; Union Reception Com. (2); Union Dance Com. (i); Class Basketball (i) (2), Baseball (2); Underclass Conduct Com.; Upperclass Advisory Com. LUCILE ELLEN MEYERING MAURICE PHILIP MEYERS Phi Delta Epsilon. Grand Rapids Detroit Sixty-two WZmettt, Illinois Clereland, Ohio EVERETT BLOCK MICHAELS . ... Zeta Beta Tau; All-Freshman Football; Gargoyle (l) (2) (3); Boxing Club. HERMAN ]. MICHALSKE Beta ' Phi Delta; Cleveland Club; Adelphi. Detroit Kalamazoo Calumet ROLAND A. MILDNER PHILIP C. MILHAM - CATHERINE ELEANOR MILLER DANIEL JACOB MILLER Craftsmen Club; Forestry Club; Mimes Minstralcy (i). ELEANOR MARY MILLER Kappa Delta. HELEN ILLETT MILLER Detroit Delta Delta Delta; Class Basketball (i) (2) (3) (4), Baseball (3), Hockey (4); Junior Girls ' Play. Chicago, Illinois JAMES MANN MILLER LOTTIE ANNETTE MILLER Pontiac Club. NIEL MILLER . Le Cercle Francais; Chamber of Commerce. Armada Lansing BERT P. MILLETT LAURA ELIZABETH MILLS ..... Delta Gamma; Mortarboard; Wwern; Mce-Pres. Women ' s League (4). HOMER CHARLES MITCHELL Forestrv Club. O. CAMERON MOFFATT . ........ Traverse City Beta Phi Delta; Traverse City Club (3), Pres. (4); Michigan Daily (i) (2); Press Club (3), Treas. (4); Boosters Club (3) (4). THOMAS WILLIAM MOFFITT, JR. ........ Deadwood, South Dakota Craftsmen Club. FLORENCE MOHR ...... Chi Omega. ALEX T. MONTGOMERY ....... PAUL FREDERICK MOORE ..... Chi Psi; Union Membership Drive; Swimming Pool Drive. Pekin, Illinois Ann Arbor ll ' atertown, New York ROBERT HECK MOORE ......... Phi Mu Alpha; Culver Club; Class Baseball (3); Class Bowling (2) (3). WENDELL PHILLIPS MOORE, JR. ... Zeta Psi; Sigma Gamma Epsilon. EARL GEORGE MORGAN JOHN O. MORY ........... Varsity Band (2) (3) (4). Tecumseh .Inn Arbor I ' assar South Milford, Indiana MAURICE MOSER ......... . Washington, D. C. MAURICE MILTON MOULE ......... . . Pontiac Sigma Phi Epsilon; Alpha Nu; Michigan Daily (i) (2) (3); Capt. Union Life Membership Drive (2) (3); Opera (3); Capt. Swimming Pool Drive (2) (3). HENRY H. MUDD ......... .St. Louis, Missouri Varsity Baseball (3). JOHN D. MULHERON . . ... ... Detroit Psi Upsilon. CATHARINE W. MULLEN . . ..... Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Zeta Tau Alpha. Sixty-four ROBERT ELENORE MULVOGUE . . Michigan Daily; Press Club. DOROTHY VICTORIA MUMMERY . . . Pi Kappa. RALPH WALDO MUNCY ....... Forestry Club. ELMER RUBEN MUNDT ..... Highland Park Club; Choral Union. CARA LOUISE MURBACH ....... Senior Society; Junior Girls ' Play; Freshman Spread. Com. Detroit . Denver, Colorado Ann Arbor Highland Park Archbold, Ohio ANXE MUSKIX ............ Sioux City, Iowa Alpha Epsilon Phi; Junior Girls ' Play Cast; Masques, Pres., Treas.; Sigma Delta Phi, Treas. CLIFTON G. MYER ............ Genoa, New York DONALD REED McAnTHUR .......... Greeley, Colorado Alpha Delta Phi. EARLE DRAKE McBRiDE . . . . . . . ... . . Toledo, Ohio Delta Tau Delta. J. WATSON McCALL . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ithaca MARION MABELLE McCAULEY . . . . . . . . . . Battle Creek EDWARD CLYDE McCoss ........... Sarnia, Ontario Delta Upsilon; Phi Alpha Delta; Pi Delta Epsilon; Druids; Chimes (2) (3), Managing Editor (4); Chm. Class Memorial Com.; Choral Union (i). DUNCAN JOHN McCoLL ........... Port Huron Alpha Tau Omega. NOKMAII WILFRED McCouncK ....... Detroit Glee Club. Sixty-fire Ross ARMSTRONG McFARLAND ... ...... Parkville, Missouri Theta Chi; Alpha Nu; Delta Sigma Rho; Phi Kappa Delta; Westerners ' Club; Varsity Track (2); Glee Club (3) (4); Central League Debate (4); Oratorical Assn. Treas. (4); Commerce Club (3) (4). WILLIAM GORDON MCGREGOR ... . . Windsor, Ontario Alpha Tau Omega; Chimes (2). MYRTLE RUTH MC!NTOSH . . .... Detroit ARCHIBALD McDoNALD MclsAAC ... . . Rochester Mills, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Club. WALTER GRAVES MCKELVEY ..... . Detroit Boxing Club; Forestry Club; Freshman Track. DORIS I. McKENZiE . . Detroit Alpha Gamma Delta. AMANDA McKiNNEY . . . Wagoner, Oklahoma Kappa Kappa Gamma. HORACE E. MCKNIGHT . . . Ballston Spa, New York Trigon. DEAN BENJAMIN MCLAUGHLIN . ... Ann Arbor Sigma Xi. MARION M. McLEAN . .... Detroit Pi Beta Phi. AILEEN McLEOD . . . . Ann Arbor ELLA E. McNEiL ............. Tecumseh FRANK H ENRY McPiKE ...... ... Sault Ste. Marie Theta Delta Chi; Michigan Daily (i) (2) (3) (4); Class Baseball (2) (3). ALEXANDRIA J. McRoBB ... . ' . . Naugatuck, Connecticut Zeta Tau Alpha. Sixty-six DICKRAX M. XAHIKIAX . Detroit Argo Qub; Boxing Team. HACHIBEI XAKAMURA Morioka, Japan CLIFFORD ALBERT XAULT . Ishpeming LEOXA MARY XEELY . Bradford, Prnnsykania MILDRED ELIZABETH XEFF . Findlay, Ohio Senior Society; Y. V. C. A. Social Com. and Finance Com. GERTRLT E ELIZABETH XEUUAXX . Ann Arbor Chi Omega. ROBERT B. XEWCOMBE . . Rockford Pi Kappa Alpha; Sigma Gamma Epsilon. ELBRIDGE G. XEWHALL, JR. ... . Detroit Alpha Kappa Psi; Freshman Track; Craftsmen Club; J-Hop Sub-Corn.; Cercle Francais; Boosters ' Qub. WALTER J. XICHOLS . GraW Rapids Cygnus: Glee Club (2) (3) (4); Choral Union (3); Midnight Sons Quartette (3) (4); Commerce Club; S. C. A. Cabinet. ERNS I T R. XICKEL , Pittsburgh, Penns ylvania rni Gamma Delta. DELTA KATHLEEN XIETHAJIMER . Ann Arbor AGXES ROSE XISSEX . Port Clinton, Ohio CHARLES FRANCIS XOOXAX Watertown, South Dakota rni Alpha Delta; Lnion Athletic Reception Com. PHYLLIS MARION XORRIS . Ypsilanti MARION ELIZABETH NORTON Kappa Kappa Gamma. WALTER J. NUNG ESTER Phi Delta Chi; Phi Lambda Upsilon ANITA NYE ..... LORREINE O ' BRYAN Alpha Omicron Pi. MARY FRANCES O ' HARA Theta Phi Alpha. Escanaba Lima, Ohio Charlotte Montpelier, Ohio Corning, New York GEORGE M. O ' HORA Richard Club; Pennsylvania Club. CONSTANCE OHLINGER ... . ... Sigma Alpha Iota; Cosmopolitan Club; Choral Union; Junior Girls ' Play Music Com. FRANK J. ORTMAN . . ...... Richard Club; Member Oratorical Board; Alpha Nu; Boosters ' Club. MARIAN LEOTA OSBORNE Franklin, Pennsylvania Ann Arbor Cullom, Illinois I ' alparaiso, Indiana PAUL ROMAINE OSBORN ROYAL M. OSTERHOUT . Ann Arbor . Grand Rapids St. Clair WILLIAM WHITING OTTAWAY ......... Delta Upsilon; Sigma Delta Chi; Comedy Club (i) (2) (3). HAROLD LOWELL PACKER ............ Lawton Phi Mu Alpha; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Commerce Club; Class Basketball (i); Varsity Band (2) (3) (4); Symphony Orchestra (2) (3) (4); Mimes Orchestra (3); Choral Union (4); Craftsmen Club (4). PAUL C. PADGET ..... . Lenoir City, Tennessee JEAXETTE ADELLE PALMER . . . Coldwater Senior Society; Junior Girls ' Play; V. V. C. A. Social Com. MEYER PAPER St. Paul, Minnesota Michigamua; Football (2); Basketball (4); Baseball (4); M-Club. HELEN ANNA PARIS . . Lakrritm DAVID J. M. PARK . Caro Alpha Xu; Michigan Daily (3), Circulation Mgr. (4). DOVGLAS ERASER PARK . . . Chatham, Ontario Delta Chi; Canadian Club. ALBERT JENNINGS PARKER ... .... Middlerille Delta Siema Phi; Delta Theta Phi; Druids; Michigan Daily (2). Adv. Mgr. (31. Bus. Mgr. (4); Union Music Com. (3); Life Membership Drive (;) (3); Swimming Pool Drive (2); Opera (2); Pipe and Cane Com.; Oratorical Board (4); Alpha Nu; Siema Alpha Delta; Pi Delta Epsilon; Business Mgr. M. Handbook (4); Commerce Club. MACIE PARKER . . Grand Rapids WILLARD EAGLESOX PARKER . . Xrtc Castle, Pennsylvania Phi Delta Chi; Alpha Nu. MARK PARXALL ......... .... Jackson Lambda Chi Alpha. RUSSEL DAVID PARR . . . Wayne ROLLIN O. PATERSOX . . . Detroit MARION PATCH . . . . Birmingham ELSIE FERN PATTOX . . .... Ann Arbor MARY AXXABEL PAXTOX . . Fort Meyer Heights, rirginia Sixty-nine JOHN C. PERNERT Phi Lambda Upsilon. GEORGE F. PERRIN Phi Gamma Delta. St. Louis Escanaba . fan IVert, Ohio Kansas City, Missouri Kansas City, Missouri C. EUGENE PERRY ... ... Union Orchestra (2) (3); Varsity Band (i) (2) (3) (4). EUGENE BOONE PERRY Alpha Phi Alpha. CLARENCE ALBERT PETERSON . La Sociedad Hispanica. CHARLOTTE VOSE PHELPS Junior Girls ' Play. ARNOLD ALAMANZO PIATT . . . . . . Phi Kappa Psi; Gargovle (l) (2); Union Opera Com. (2); Stage Mgr. (3). Newark, New York Lansing CLAUDE LEON PICKENS, JR. ....... . Washington, D. C. Cvgnus; Cabinet Club; Presbyterian Yice-Pres. (3); CKm. Church Membership Ccm. (4). RALPH RUDOLPH PIPER ANDREW WINFRED PLUSHNICK Sigma Gamma Epsilon. M ant sift Greensburg, Pennsylvania Ann Arbor JOHN WILLIAM POLLINS Pennsylvania Club. Louis ALBERT POMERENING Les Voyageurs; Forestry Club. ELLEN Lois PORTER Buffalo, New York Detroit SAMUEL R. POST . Phi Sigma Kappa. KATHRYN T. POTTER . . Union, ftv Jersey Kappa Delta: Class Baseball (2) (3), Basketball (i) (2) (3), Hockey (4); Mummers; Freshman Spread Com.; Junior Girls ' Play; Athletic Board (3) (4). GLEXN LEROY POWERS . .... Boxing Club; Chamber of Commerce. ARNOLD E. PRATT ....... Alpha Chi Sigma; Mandolin Club (2); Freshman Glee Club. CARL R. PRATT Chi Phi. CHARLES S. PRATT . Phi Gamma Delta. Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Old Mission . Chicago, Illinois ALVIN EDWIN PRICE ..... MATTIE GLOVER PROUDFOOT Chi Omega; Sigma Delta Phi; Masques; Comedy Club. DONALD W. PUGSLEY ....... estern Normal Club. I XA ALEXANDRA PURDIE . .... Freshmen Girls ' Glee Club; Varsity Glee Club. Detroit Dobbs Ferry, Near York Lawton . Wyandotte MORSE J. RABINOWITZ . . Ereletk, Minnesota Zeta Beta Tau. SYLVIA JUANITA RALSTON . . Butler, Pennsylvania Zeta Tau Alpha. EDWARD THOMAS RAMSDELL . . J . Clemens Pi Kappa Alpha; Sipma Gamma Epsilon; Delta Sigma Rho; Alpha Xu; Vice-Pres. S. C. A. (3); Glee and Mandolin Club (;); Varsity Debate (2) (3); Pres. Wesleyan Guild (3); Pres. Oratorical Assn. (4); Extemporaneous Contest (2). EDWARD RANDA . . . ... Cicero, lUinnis ROBERT DEWEY RAX KIN . . Sfccffln Chi Phi: Varsity Track (3); All-Fresh Football and Track; Craftsmen Club. " Seventy-one JANICE V. RANSOM HOWARD AUGUST RASCH JAMES CHARLES RAUSS .... GRACE RAY ...... Choral Union (2) (3). MARY ELLEN READ Kappa Alpha Theta; Junior Girls ' Play. .Muskegon Detroit . Detroit . Parma Kalamazoo ESSIE KATE REESE ..... . . Tyrone, Oklahoma Cosmopolitan Club. PAUL A. REHMUS .... . . . . . Bay City Theta Chi; Educational Club; Bay City Club; Freshman Basketball; Union Life Membership Com.; Pres. Relisious Inst.; Central League Debating Team; Alpha Nu (2); Phi Delta Kappa (3); Delta Sigma Rho. EDWARD SNOVER REID JR. Phi Kappa Psi. I.II.IAH GILMOUR REID . Press Club. Detroit Romeo MIRIAM F. REID .............. Detroit Kappa Kappa Gamma. MARGARET ADELAIDE REINEKE ..... . ... Owosso Pi Beta Phi; Wyvern; Junior Girls ' Play; Masques; Girls ' Educational Club. HELEN JOSEPHINE RENO ............ Detroit Theta Phi Alpha. FLORENCE ROSETTA RHODES ........ . Ann Arbor Classical Club; Players Club; Choral Union. MERTLE HAMILTON RHODES . Detroit Seventy-two L. THOMAS RICE . . Escanaba Theta Chi; Alpha Kappa Psi; Le Cercle Francais; Michigan Daily (i) (2); Class Finance Com. (3); Auditing Com. (4). WILLIAM J. RJCE . . Jrchbold, Ohio Lambda Chi Alpha; Varsity Basketball (4); Class Basketball (3). AVON- RICH . ..... Ogden, Utah Alpha Chi Omega; Girls ' Glee Club; Stanley Chorus; University Symphony Orchestra; Junior Girls ' Play; Women ' s League Representative; Inter-Collegiate Com. CHARLES R. RICHARDS . Crystal Falls Iron County Club; Michigan Daily (3); V. F. W. OTTO CLARENCE RICHTER . ... Saginam Saginaw Club. JOHN Ross RIFORD Btnton Harbor Delta Upsilon; Druids; Gargoyle (i) (2) (3), Business Mgr. (4); Opera (3); Union Life Member- ship Com. (2) (3); Union Swimming Pool Com. (i) (2); Capt. S. C. A. Drive; Pi Delta Epsilon; Sigma Alpha Delta. ELIZABETH MILLER RICBY . . Cambria, Virginia Chi Omega; Masques. WILLIAM HENRY RILEY, JR. . . . Battle Creek Alpha Sigma Phi; Sigma Delta Chi; Michigan News Bureau (4); Michigan Daily (i) (2) (3); Wol- verine Issue Editor (2); Union Life Membership Com. (2) (3); S. C. A. Membership Com. (2); Chm. Class Auditing Com. (2); All-Campus Tennis, second (2) (3): Boosters ' Club. BUCKLEY CUTLER ROBBIXS . . . . . Toledo, Ohio Sigma Phi; Mimes; Opera (2) (4). HELEN ELIZABETH ROBERTS .... . Detroit Chi Omega; Junior Girls ' Play. CHARLES GRAY ROBERTSON- . . . Pontiac GORDON JAMES ROBERTSON- . Highland Park Highland Park Club. NATHAN- WOOD ROBERTSON ' . .... Chery Chase, Maryland Delta Tau Delta; Druids; Sphini; Wolverine Business Mgr. (2); Michigan Daily Publication Mgr. (.3); Class Invitation Com. Chm. ALFRED HERBERT ROBINS fort Meyers Florida Commerce Club (2) (3) (4); Rifle Team (2) (3) (4). Seventy-three DORIS HARRIETTS ROBINSON . . . Medina, Ohio Kappa Kappa Gamma. PIERCE HENRY ROBINSON ... . Bellevue Acacia. DOUGLAS FERGUSSON ROBY ..... . . . . Holland Phi Delta Theta; Michigamua; Sphinx; Freshman Football; Varsity Football (3) (4); Varsity- Baseball (2) (3). GEORGE W. ROCKWOOD Chicago, Illinois Michigan Daily (2) (3), Summer Daily (3). EVERETT MAGAHAY ROE ..... . Pickford Chyron. RICHARD FREDERICK ROE Alpha Nu; Choral Union. RAYMOND ROY ROECKER Craftsmen Club. LILLIAN ROSENBAUM Phydelian. EARL M. ROSENGARTEN Zeta Beta Tail. Detroit Marion, Ohio East Orange, New Jersey Toledo, Ohio KURT EDWARD ROSINGER ....... Dodo Society; Chimes; Michigan Daily. BERNICE BRAKE ROWE ......... Alpha Chi Omega; Stanley Chorus (i) (2) (3); Choral Union (i) (2). CARL F. RUCK . ........ Western Normal Club; Varsity Band. JUNE RUELLE .......... Alpha Chi Omega; Junior Girls ' Play. ELSIE C. RUMMEL . Detroit . Portland, Indiana Sturgis Detroit . Detroit Seventy-jour ROBERT CULVER RUUSEY . . Royal Oat Delta Alpha Epsilon; Highland Park Club; Varsity Glee Club; Le Cercle Francais; Pres., Press Club. MARION JEAXXETTE RUSSELL . . .... Athena Literary Society; Westerners ' Club. Hardin, Montana . Detroit Falls Creek, Pennsylvania Ann Arbor HELEN SUXDERLAXD SAFFORD ..... Kappa Delta; Freshman Spread Com.; Choral Union; Players Club. MILDRED HORTEXCE SAFFORD . . ... . Detroit Kappa Delta; Women ' s League House Com. (i); Girls ' Glee Club; Choral Union; Players ' Club. MARION SANDERS . Detroit BEATRICE ELAINE SAXDLES . ... .... Ottawa, Ohio Sigma Delta Phi; Athena Literary Society; Players ' Club; Honorary Oratorical Society. JOSEPH C. SATTERTHWAITE ....... HOWARD GARNER SCARILL MARGARET ANNE SCALES . CLARENCE ALFRED SCHALLER Press Club. GEORGE ASHLEY SCHEMM Alpha Delta Phi; Druids; Saginaw Club; Ass ' t. Basketball Mgr. (3); Opera (2) (3). ALBERT JOSEPH SCHMIDT ......... Trojean Club; La Sociedad Hispanica. CARRIBEL SCHMIDT .............. Niles Gamma Phi Beta; Stylus; Masques. GERTRUDE NATALIE SCHMITT .......... Chicago, Illinois Student Directory. DOROTHY MAYHEW SCHOLI. ... .... . Ann Arbor Choral Union; Le Cercle Francais; II Circolo Italiano; Players ' Club. CHARLOTTE SCHURZ . .... ... . Ann Arbor Alpha Phi; Freshman Spread Com.; Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet; Junior Girls ' Play; Class Social Com. (2), Chm. (3). CHARLES FREDRICK SCHWEIZER, JR. ........... Detroit MARY DEL.EYLA SCOTT ...... . . . Detroit Zeta Tau Alpha. MARY S. SCOVILL ......... . . Hudson Choral Union. HERBERT GATES SELBY Spokane, Washington Sigma Delta Kappa; Alpha Delta Sigma; Alpha Nu; Gun and Blade. CHARLES PAUL SELLARDS .......... . Ann Arbor Lambda Chi Alpha. ALFRED WALLACE SELLIGMAN ......... Louisville, Kentucky Boosters ' Club; Kentucky Club; Dixie Club. RONALD PRESCOTT SELWAY ... . Seattle, Washington Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Alpha Delta; Chimes (4). ADOLPH BRUNJES SEMAR .... Detroit Informal Hockey (i) (2); Class Basketball (2) (3); Alpha Nu (i) (2). ZELLA MAY SENFF . Highland Park Kappa Delta. RUTH McKiNLEY SEWALL . .... Paulding, Ohio Seventy-six WARD SHAXXOX . . Bath, New York Lambda Chi Alpha. VICTORIA E. SHAW . ......... Cedar Springs Choral Union: Girls ' Glee Club. CHARLES WESLEY SHILLING . . . . . . . . . Upland, Indiana HAROLD B. SHVPERT .... ........ Alpena Forestry Club. HELEX ARTLMESE SICARD . ....... Appleton, ew York MARY ELIZABETH SIEFERT . . . . . . Houghton Student Directory (2). HARRY S. SIEGEL . . Erie, Pennsylvania Delta Tau Delta. OSCAR EDWARD SIEWERT ... ........ Detroit DAVID ROBERT SIMON ......... . Washington, D. C. Zeta Beta Tau. CELMA JLXE SIMOXSOX . . . . . ... Bancroft Players ' Club; Athena Literary Society; Sigma Delta Phi; Delta Sigma Rho: Women ' s Varsity Debating Team. WILFRED ALEXANDER SIXDEX ......... Chesterland, Ohio STANLEY HARRY SKRENTXY . ... Indiana Harbor, Indiana Phi Delta Theta; Delta Sigma Pi; Glee Club (4); Commerce Club (3); Treas. THEODORE R. SLATERY . . .... Muncie, Indiana Delta Sigma Pi. ELIZABETH TAYLOR SMITH . .... M ' yandottr V. W. C. A. Cabinet; Freshman Girls ' Glee Club. Seventy-seven CLEMENT ANDREW SMITH ... . Ann Arbor Phi Gamma Delta; Comedy Club; Chimes (3). SARA-JANE M. SMITH ....... . . Detroit S. MARGARET SMITH ..... . Toledo, Ohio LAWRENCE W. SNELL, JR. ....... . . . Detroit Beta Theta Pi; Asst. Track Mgr. (3); S. C. A. Membership Campaign; Michigan Opera (2); Ass ' t. Gen. Chm. Opera (3); J-Hop Com.; Student Council (4). MADELINE SNOW ......... Kalamazoo Alpha Phi. Frankfort, Kentucky RUTH HELEN SNYDER Choral Union. EMIL ALFRED SODERMAN Peers. ANNA RUTH SOLOMON . Press Club. RUTH LENORE SOUTHERTON ..... Pi Beta Phi; Junior Girls ' Play; Class Social Com. (3). MARY ANITA SOWER . ..... Pi Beta Phi; Junior Girls ' Play. KATHARINE ELEANOR SPAFARD .... ... . Manchester Alpha Chi Omega; Junior Girls ' Play; Intercollegiate Com.; Junior Girls ' Play Finance Com. PHILIP B. SPEAR, JR . Marquette Theta Chi. MARSHALL D. SPENCER ... . . Latvian Sigma Delta Kappa. WALDEMAN ARTHUR SPIEGEL . . . Petrograd, Russia Gun and Blade. Seventy-fight Cleveland, Ohio Crystal Falls . Glennie Battle Creek Detroit Battle Creek RICHARD GREIGG SPMOHK . CARLOTTA SQUIER . ... Pi Beta Phi; Girls ' Glee Club: Chora! Union. HESTER AUELIE STAFF ....... Choral Union; Cercle Francais; La Sociedad Hispanica. HECTOR J. ST. AMOUR Chelny gan Detroit STANLEY T. STANCEVITCH Opera (3)- . Chatham, Seat York MARION- B. STAHL . .... . . R ' fst Point, Nebraska Theta Delta Chi; Phi Delta Phi; Michigamua; Sphinx; Pi Delta Epsilon; Sigma Delta Chi: Mimes; Michigan Daily (2) (3), Managing Editor (4); Union Opera Com. (3); Chm. Cap and Gown Com. - HELEX AMY STEIN HAULIN ALANSON STARKS Chicago, Illinois Cincinnati, Ohio PHILIP Q. STEINER . . . . Boxine Team; Boxing Club; Literary Club. JAMES CURTIS STEVENS . . . ... funhall, Pennsylvania Theta Chi; Sigma Delta Chi; Michigan Daily (5); Union Executive Council; Mgr. Varsity Glee Club; Boosters Club; Mimes Stock Co. RUSSELL ALFRED STEVENS . Hartford, Connecticut East Orange, New Jersey MARJORIE JULIA STEVENSON Gamma Phi Beta. CORA LEAH STOBIE 1 psilanti Detroit HOPE ELIZABETH STODDARD .... Whimsie?: University Symphony Orchestra. WESTON LEE STODDARD V. F. W. ALBERT CLEMONS STOKES . GEORGE LUTHER STONE ............ Saginaw Phi Mu Alpha; Saginaw Club; Michigan Daily (i) (2); Michiganensian Pictorial Editor (3); Union Entertainment Com. (2); Spotlight Com. (2); " Glee Club (i) (a); Opera Com. (3) (4); Dance Com. (3); Boxing Club (3); Chimes (3) HELEN ADAH STOUGHTON ....... .... Petotkey Junior Girls ' Play; Y. W. C. A. Com. (4). GERTRUDE STRATBUCKER .... Omaha, Nebraska Westerners ' Club, Vice-Pres. (4); Class Baseball (2); Girls ' Mandolin Club, Pres. (4). HELEN APPENZELLER STRICKER MABEL OLIVE STRONG . EDWIN FISHER STRUBLE FRANCES E. STRYKER . Pi Beta Phi; Class Hockey (4). Redkey, Indiana . Hancock Sandusky, Ohio . Summit, New Jersey JEANETTE DUNSTER STUDLEY Girls ' Glee Club; Junior Girls ' Play. VIRGINIA WINIFRED SULLIVAN ALFRED DOWNING SUMMERS Cygnus. RICHARD BENJAMIN SUNDERMAN WARREN MANNING SWAGER Opera (3). Grand Rapids Detroit Ossian, Indiana New Bremen, Ohio Youngstoivn, Ohio Eighty KATHERIXE LUCILE SWEARINGEN Toledo, Ohio KATHARINE ESTHER SWAYZE ... . . .... Kalamazoo Alpha Omicron Pi; Michiganensian (2) (3); Cercle Francais; Senior Play Com.; Junior Girls ' Play. G. RICHARD SWEET ... . ..... Battle Creek Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Chamber of Commerce, Sec.; Boosters ' Club; Cosmopolitan Club. KENNETH EDWIN TAFT .......... Canisteo, New York Lambda Chi Alpha. MAUDE ELEANOR TALCOTT ......... Mt. I rrnon, New York Pi Beta Phi. CHINC TSENG TANG ............ Wvsih, China Chinese Students ' Club. MARION ELIZABETH TANNER ............ Detroit Alpha Omicron Pi. HOWARD F. TAYLOR .... ....... Afacy, Indiana Alpha u; Players ' Club. MIRIAM TEED ............. Ann Arbor BEATRICE MARY TENCH ........... Chicago, Illino is FRANK LEE TENNENT . ... ..... Sturgis Sigma Xu; Chimes (2); Union Entertainment Com.; Chm. Class Social Com. (i). MARTHA CAROLYN THAYER . .... Paw Paw V. V. C. A. Social Com. ELISE THIELMAX .... ........ Laurium Zeta Tau Alpha. AGNES LEMAINE THOMPSON ........... Ann Arbor Girls ' Glee Club (2) (3); Choral Union (i) (4). BURTON DOAN THUMA Phi Delta Theta. Cincinnati, Ohio VERA L. TIDBITS ROSE v INIFRED TOBIAS Oklahoma Citv, Oklahoma Alpha Epsilon Phi; Mummers; Junior Girls Plav; Girls Educational Club. MARGARET ELLEN TOFT Pi Kappa. EVA E. TRACHSEL Choral Union. EDWARD DOUGLAS TREMBLY Lois TRETHEWEY MARY MILDRED TROESTER Semcklty, Pennsylvania Norway Detroit ( ' rand Rapids LUCILLE JANE TROY Theta Phi Alpha. VIRGINIA VAUGHN TRYON . ....... Fttllerton, California Alpha Gamma Delta; Press Club; Michigan Daily (3) (4); Wolverine (3); Girls ' Glee Club. CHANG Ru TSAI ...... .... Soochow, China Shanghai, China ZOK-TSUNG TSAO Chinese Students ' Club. VINCENT JOSEPH TURCOTTE Mt. Clemens Club; Round-Up Club. KENNETH WILLIAM TURNER Sigma Nu. Mt. Clemens Morlry HERBERT HILL THIXINC . . J nn j Theta Chi; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Class Baseball (i) (2) (3); Class Basketball (i) (2) (3); Class Bowling (i) (2) (3)- ARLEXE MAY UNDERWOOD . _. , r j, or ADELE I XCER roB .WoKfUaw Alpha Chi Omega; Athena Literary Society: Players ' Club (3); Classical Club (4). M. JOYCE VAX ALSTVXE Wyandotts Kappa Kappa Gamma; Student Director?- (4); Class Basketball (2) (3) (4); Class Hockey (4); Girls ' Glee Club. Womens ' Athletic Board; Junior Girls ' Play. LEE D. VAX ANTWERP Rockford LEOXARD CHARLES AxBovEX Grand Rapids Phi Kappa Sigma; Chimes (i); Class Baseball (i) (2); Intramural Depart ment (i). MILDRED VAN CAMP . Pontiae CHRISTEL LOL-ISE VAXDERHORST . . Kalamazoo Chi Omega. DOROTHY VAX DEVRSEX Dokon, Illinois Kappa Kappa Gamma. ARTHUR VAX DVREX. JR. Delta Sigma Phi; Union Fall Reception Committee (4). WILLIAM JOSEPH VAX ORDEX Sphinx; Varsity Football (2) (3) (4); Varsity Track (2) (4). LALAH ELLEN- VAX SICKLE T- Square. ROBERT DOXALD VAX STOXE Delta Sigma Pi: Boosters ' Club; Commerce Club; Round-Up Club; Pontiac Qub. BOXAR Lot-is VAX ZAXDT Collegiate Sorosis; Oass Basketball (3) (-l); Class Hockey (3) (4). " Eighty-three WILLIAM ALON .O VAIL Delta Sigma Phi. JOHN SHERBURNE VALENTINE ..... Informal Swimming (i) (2); Class Swimming (i) (2). MILDRED AILEEN VALENTINE WILLIAM CHARLES VALENTINE Chi Psi; Opera (3) (4). J. VAN DE VISSE . . . Delta Tau Upsilon Springville, New Hampshire Lexington, Massachusetts Toledo, Ohio Terre Haute, Indiana Grand Rapids WALTER HIPPEN VELDE ........ . Pekin, Illinois Phi Delta Theta: Phi Delta Phi; Druids; Michiganensian (2) (3); Class Bowling (3); Chm. Union Bowling Com.; Class Athletic Mgr. (3). EDGAR WILLIAM VOELKER CATHERINE VON TOBEL Westerners ' Club. ESTHER LAVINA VORE Hersey Ltteistatim, Montana . ' Inn Arbor EDNA FIELD VOSPER Toledo, Ohio Corning, New York HELEN J. WALDRON . . Alpha Chi Omega. RUTH OLIVE WALDRON ........ Philadelphia, Ptnnsykania Pennsylvania Club; Class Basketball; Class Hockey; Girls ' Mandolin Club; Junior Girls ' Play. MARGARET GEORGE WALKER . ...... Pi Lambda Theta; Girls ' Education Club, Choral Union (2). MARION LUCILLE WALKER . . . La Sociedad Hispanica; Spanish Play. GRETCHEX ALSER ... . Ann Arbor Alpha Phi. CAROL WALTERS . ... Pontiac Senior Society; S. C. A. Membership Com.; Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Girls ' Glee Club (j) (4); Womens ' League Cabinet; Chm. of Flower Com. Womens ' League; Junior Girls ' Play. LAWRENCE CORWIS WARDEN Napoleon, Ohio Delta Theta Phi. MARGARET WARTHIN Ann Arbor Alpha Phi. F.LI7ABETH PARKER W.ASON . . Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Kappa Delta; Press Club. CAROLINE MARTHA WATERMAN . . JPkeaton, Illinois Pi Beta Phi: Class Tennis (3); Players ' Club. DAVID SCHELL WATTERWOTH .......... Port Huron Phi Kappa Sigma: Michigan Daily (2); Class Baseball (i). PAUL WATZEL . . .......... Laming Hermitage; Sigma Delta Chi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Druids: Michigan Daily (i) (2); Night Editor (3); News Editor (4). J. E. WAY . . . Hudson Forestry Club; Editor Michigan Forester (3). CLARENCE EARL WEAVE WILMER E. WEBSTER Acacia; Class Basketball (3). GI.-Y GRANT WEDTHOFF Psi Lpsilon. MINNIE BISHOP WEIS PAUL HENRY WEISKOPH Zeta Beta Tau. Albion Monroerilk, Indiana Bay City Sandusky, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Eighty-fee HOWARD ANDREW WELCH .... Jackson Richard Club. MARIAN HALL WELLER . . .... Ilillsdale Pi Beta Phi; Junior Girls ' Play. ESTHER MARIE WELTY ... ..... . Nevada, Iowa Alpha Chi Omega; Wyvern; Y. W. C. A.; Finance Com. (4); Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Girls ' Glee Club (2) (3) (4); Sigma Delta Phi; Treas. (3), Vice-Pres. (4); Junior Girls ' Play and Property Com.; Players ' Club (3) (4); Inter-Collegiate Com. (4); Cercle Francais (3) (4); Class Social Com. (3). M. LUCILLE WELTY ...... ..... Jackson Pi Lambda Theta; Senior Society; Sigma Delta Phi; Delta Sigma Rho; S. C. A. Cabinet: Womens ' Department; Womens ' Varsity Debate; Athena Literary Society; Mummers; Players ' Club, Secre- tary (4). HERMAN WEPMAN Grand Rapids Tau Epsilon Phi. RUTH G. WERKHEISER ........... Findlay, Ohio Kappa Alpha Theta; Sigma Alpha Iota; Class Vice-Pres. (4); Girls ' Glee Club; Sigma Delta Phi; Junior Girls ' Play; Masques; Players ' Club; Comedy Club; Press Club. ORMOND S. WESSELS ......... Detroit Phi Kappa Psi. CHARLES F. WEST . . Pasadena, California MARJORIE K. WESTBROOK . i Battle Creek Alpha Chi Omega. HELEN MARJORIE WESTERMAN ... .... . Ann Arbor Kappa Delta. FREDRIC WEYAND .... . Buffalo, New York Alpha Sigma Phi; Scalp and Blade. RUTH WHIPPLE ............. Alpena KIRK SCHRODER WHITE ....... La Crosse, Wisconsin Sigma Chi: Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Alpha Xu; Boosters ' Club; Boxing Club (i) (2) (3), President (3)- GWEN WHITEHOUSE . . . . . . . . . . . . Bay City Alpha Chi Omega. Eighty-six LUCILE WHITEFIELD ....... Collegiate Sorosis; Junior Girls ' Play. ROBERT CLYDE WHITLOCR .......... Detroit Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Sphinx; Varsity Basketball (2) (3) (4); Class Basketball; M-Club. GRANT WHITMAN . . . Opera (3)- VIRGIXIA WHITSOX ......... Kappa Kappa Gamma; Pres. Martha Cook (4). Los Anfeles, California Enid, Oklahoma MARGARET MARY WHYTE . ...... Grand Rapids Delta Gamma; Mortarboard; Y. W.C. A., Pres.(4); Senior Class Day Com.; Junior Girls ' Play; Finance Com.; Chm. of Flower Com.; Women ' s League (3); Junior Girls ' Play. HARRIET CORXELIA WILCOX Delta Gamma. LEE WILKS .... .... DORIS EMELIXE WILLIAMS ....... MILLER WILLIAMS Kappa Sigma. Hastings Yale Battle Creek Detroit VIOLA MARIE WILLIAMS ESTHER HELEX WILLIS L. WINIFRED WILMOT Delta Delta Delta; Class Baseball (3). FRANCES ISABELL WILSON HARRIET MARY WILSON La Sociedad Hispanica. Detroit Grass Lake Gladmn Grand Rapids Berwyn, Illinois Eiftty-secen. LOYAL BARR WILSON ....... . . Ilehner, Indiana Delta Alpha Epsilon; Mens ' Educational Club; Commerce Club (4); Adelphi. PAUL REVERE WILSON ....... ... Detroit Delta Theta Phi; Pi Epsilon Delta; Barrister; Round-Up Club; Craftsmen Club; Glee Club (2) (3) (4) (5); Varsity Band; Opera (2) (3); Director Glee Club Instrumental Section (4); University Symphony Orchestra (i); Mimes. CHARLES IRA WINOGRAD ...... Nashua, New Hampshire Commerce Club; Craftsmen Club; Chimes (i). EMILY MITCHELL WIRES ..... . Herkimer, New York Classical Club. JOHN STEPHEN WOJCIECHOWSKI ...... South Bend, Indiana Polonia Literary Circle; Mens ' Education Club; R. O. T. C. CHARLES H. WOLFE ... Alpha Sigma Phi; Gargoyle. HELEN LEE WONG Chinese Students ' Club. CONSTANCE GERTRUDE WOOD ...... Players ' Club; Choral Union; Glee Club; Junior Girls ' Play. GRACE MAE WOOD Port Clinton, Ohio Shanghai, China Detroit Munsing L. REYNOLD WOOD ............. Niles Theta Delta Chi; Chm. Union Dance and Billiard Com.; Ass ' t. Track Manager (2); L ' nion Ministralsy (i). MARIAN ALICE WOODMANSEE . . . . ... Maywood, Illinois Zeta Tau Alpha; Class Sec. (3); Girls ' Glee Club; Portia Literary Society. EMILY JACKSON WOODRUFF . .... . . . Detroit Mandolin Club. JOSEPH M. WOODWARD .... " ... . . Leetonia, Ohio Acacia; Class Basketball (3). SHAD-TSENG Wu ... . Chihli, China Eighty-eight WALDEMAR HENRY VAEGER " Alpha Chi Rho. Jv-Msi VANG YvAx-Yix VAXG Cosmopolitan Club. DOROTHY MARGARET VATES Alpha Xi Delta; Choral Union (3) (4). Saginase Tsi Hsian City, CkiUi, China Tientsin, China Detroit MARK V. YOST Delta Sigma Pi. PAUL Yovxc ALICE J. ZAMETKIN Trenton Shanghai, China Jamaica, New York ROSE LUCILE ZAXELLA . . Nonvav Class Hockey (2); Choral Union (2) (3) (4); University Choir (3); Women ' s Athletic Ass ' n. " ; La Sociedad Hispanica; Junior Advisor. JULIAX L. ZEMOX . . Detroit Phi Epsilon Pi; ' arsity Tennis (i) (2) (3); Opera (a). Albany, Indiana PAUL J. ZlEGELBAVR MfRiEL MARIE ZIMMERMAX Alpha Xi Delta; Girls ' Glee Qub; Mummers. 1923 ENGINEERING OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer JOHN vV. Ross EDWARD C. HAUG HARRIS R. McKiNNEY . LELAND W. KIRKPATRICK 1923 ENGINEERING COMMITTEES WILLIAM A. COTTOX, JR., Chairman J. A. FISHER B. E. UEBELE G. T. JEROME CHARLES E. PROCTOR CARL M. BERRY JOSEPH B. VLACK ROBERT W. TOWXSEXD ATHLETICS BURT S. BURKE ROBERT A. ANDERSON R. H. ILAXD PHILIP H. GOLDSMITH INVITATION JOHX P. TYXES WILLIAM J. PIPER C. A. BOYD TRADITIONS ROBERT E. DYMEXT WILLIAM F. MOORE XORMAX C. KOLB HENRY J. MORTON E. C. HAUG PUBLICITY FREDERICK A. HORX NATHANIEL BREWER GEORGE ARTHUR ABBOTT ...... . Traverse City Delta Chi; Triangles; Round-Up Club; Social Com. (2) (3); Class Speedball (3) (4); Ass ' t. Track Mgr. (2). WALTER CARL ABENDROTH ...... Phi Tau Club; Tau Beta Pi; Football R. (2); A. S. M. E. ERWARD CLARENCE ACKERMAN . ... Alpha Chi Rho. ROBERT WATERMAN ACKLEY Chimes. RODGER P. ADAIR Rkinelander, Wisconsin Detroit Detroit Parkersburg, West J ' lrgima Detroit Battle Creek Ann Arbor STUART A. ADAMS JOY CHARLES ADAMS ROBERT WARREN ALEXANDER A. I. E. E.; Class Speedball. Niagara Falls, Nno fork HAROLD JOSEPH ALLEN Cercle Francais; V. F. W.; Engineering Society; New York Club; Class Hockey. DONALD ROBB ALTON Theta Xi. KINGSLEY SHERMAN ANDERSON .......... Hastings Lambda Chi Alpha; Football (R) (2) (3); Michigan Daily (3); Glee Club (2) (3) (4); Boxing Club; University Rifle Team (3) (4). WYMAN ANGUS ............. Fremont, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilon DOMINGO I. ARTEAGA Santiago, Chile, South America GORDON EDWARD BACHMAN . . Craftsmen Club; Varsity Band; R. O. T. C. Band. WERXER E. BACHMANN . . . WILLIAM JACKSOX BAILEY Glee Club (3) (4)- PAVL JCLICS BAKER HARRIS H. BALL KEWTOX HAMILTOX BALLINGER JOSEPH FRAXCIS BARNES, JR. Quarterdeck. IAURELL LAMB BAXTER ORVILLE ROBERT BEATTIE Engineering Society; A. S. M. E. Adrian Dtiroit Cadillac Lansing Grand Rapids HERBERT CHARLES BEECHWOOD Ann Arbor Detroit Ponliac HUGH ATLIX BEXXER . . ... Boring Club, Craftsmen Club. DWIGHT FABRIC BEXTON . ... .... Alpha Chi Sigma. CARL MARSTOX BERRY . . . .... Ann Arbor Vulcans; Triangles; New England Club; Michigan Union Opera Chorus (2); Union Life Member- ship Campaign (2) (3); Ass ' t. General Chm. Michigan Union Opera (3); Summer Spotlight Com. (2); Advisory Com. (3) (4); Class Social Activities Com. (2) (j) (4); Sopho- more Prom Com.; Hop Sub Com.; Class Soccer (3); Class Speedball (4); Gass Football (l); Michigan Boosters. CHARLES VAL BERRY . KalamcKoo Sigma Chi. Miami, Florida Ann Arbor AL BEUTHEIN Alpha Chi Rho. L. EDWARD BLAZIER Craftsmen Club. JOHN J. BISSEL RONALD C. BOUCHER Saginaw Lake City Port Golden, New Jersey New Kensington, Pennsylvania Cheyboygan RALPH WILLIAM BOWEN CALVERT A. BOYD Delta Tau Delta. ALVAN VINTON BRASHEAR Cygnus. RALPH KING BRENNER All-Freshman Football. Elkhart, Indiana Cincinnati, Ohio Marlette Lancaster, Ohio NATHANIEL BREWER .......... Washington, D. C. Cabinet Club, Michigan Technic (2) (3); Ass ' t. Editor (4);Com. Chm. Engineering Society (4). WILLIAM ARDEN BRICE Manistee ERNEST GOTTFRIED BRICK Varsity Tennis (2). HARRY A. BRINKER Varsity Band. WILLIAM ALFRED BROWN Detroit Centeri ' ille Holland Ninety-four CARLTON LYMAN BRUNT WILLARD GEORGE BRYANT Web and Flange. ALEXANDER DUNCAN BUCHANAN Aero Club Treasurer. WILLIAM MANLEY BUCKLEY Choral Union. PHARO COLLINS BURG South Hadley, Massachusetts Kalamasoo Ann Arbor Niagara Falls, Ontario Ann Arbor BURT SIMEON BURKE ...... Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans; Track (2) (3) (4), Captain (4). EDMUND E. BURKE ...... FLOYD ARTHUR BURNS ...... Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon. BRUCE ARTHUR BUTCHER PAUL MITCHELL CAMIENER ......... FRANK ELMER CAMP .......... Chi Psi; Michigamua; Triangles; Opera (2) (3) (4); General Chm. (4); Mimes. GUY H. CANNON ........... Choral Union (2) (3) (4 - ANDREW CARNEGIE ... ....... Kappa Beta Psi; Swimming (2). HOWARD GLAZIER CHAMBERLIN ....... Acacia; Gun and Blade Club (2) (4), Treas. (3)- WILLARD CHAMPE Toledo, Ohio EVERETT CHAPMAN .... Detroit Wayfarers; A. I. E. E.; Student Advisory Com. CHRISTIAN OLAF CHRISTENSON .... . Detroit V. F. W.; Player ' s Club; Gun and Blade; S. C. A. Team Capt. (3); A. S. M. E. CLEMENT WOOD CLEMONS Washington D C Peers. DEWITT M. COBURN . . Detroit CHARLES BERNARD COE, JR. ...... ... .Inn Arbor Les Voyageurs; Quarterdeck; A. S. M. E. RALPH FREDERICK COHN . . Omaha, Nebraska Phi Epsilon Pi; Westerners ' Club; Michigan Technic (i) (2); Union Sunday Afternoon Com. WILLIAM CULLEN COLBURN ........ Biltmore, North Carolina Psi Upsilon. HOLLIS JOACHIM COLYER .... ' . .... Ludington A. I. E. E.; Upperclass Advisory Com. WALTER E. COMB Sault Ste. Marie Web and Flange; Hockey (2) (3) (4); Band (2) (3) (4). IRA LEWIS CONKLING Philadelphia, Pennsylvania THOS. DEWEY CONLIN . ... Crystal Falls Boosters ' Club. VERNOR HOSMER COOK . . ... .Inn Arbor Web and Flange; Wayfarers; Class Basketball; V. F. W. HOWARD LEE COOPER, JR. ... . Detroit Marine Club. Ninety-six GEORGE Louis COTTER . St. Louis, Missouri WILLIAM A. COTTON, JR. Escanaba Tau Beta Pi; Pi Delta Epsilon; President Engineering Society; Student Advisory Com.; Class Treasurer (3): Michigan Technic, Publication Mgr. (3), Editor " (4); Vulcans; Triangle. A. MAYWOOD COURTRIGHT . Peoria. Illinois Tau Beta Pi. WALTER L. COUSE . . Detroit Trogean Club; Web and Flange; Michigan Technic (3); Entertainment Com. (2) 3); Union Reg- istration Com. (3). R. NEIL CRANE Detroit Sigma Phi Epsilon; Round-Up Club; Opera (2). ROBERT BLAIR CRAWFORD CHARLES WILLIAM CREW GEORGE I. GROSSMAN Cygnus. Louis B. CURRAN ..... Trigon; Vulcan; Triangle; Varsity Football (3). Detroit Wtst Milton, Ohio East Falls Church, f ' irginia Louisrille, Kentucky FRANK CHATFIELD CUTTING . ... Troy Phi Sigma Kappa; Varsity Band (2) (3) (4); Union Orchestra (2); University Symphony Orchestra 0)- EDWARD COBB DAVIDSON Phi Delta Theta; Quarterdeck; Class Track (2). CAMERON LLOYD DAVIS Kalamavoo HARVEY POLLARD DAWRS Buffalo, Near York Scalp and Blade. JOHN WARD DEETRICK Youn town, Ohio Sigma Chi. Adrian Cass City MARION ADELBERT DIBBLE JOSEPH EARL DICKINSON Alpha Chi Rho. Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Greenland ELTON M. DISCHER .... A. I. E. E.; Upperclass Advisory Com. KENNETH WOODBRIDGE DONNELL Class Soccer (2); Speedball (4). LLEWELLYN JOHN DOONAN WILLIAM JACKSON DREISS KARL BOLLER DUERR Engineering Society. RALPH EMERSON DUNLAP ROBERT ELLERY DYMENT .... West Flamboro, Ontario Kappa Beta Psi; Vulcans; Michiganensian (2); Student Directory (2) (3); Business Mgr. (4); Chm. of Traditions Com. (4). Ypsilanti Norway Sand Lake GEORGE PETERS ELLIOTT HELGE GUSTAVE ERICKSON CHARLES CREED FARNAM Engineering Society; Vice-Chm. A. I. E. E Climax Paw Paw HERBERT S. FENWICK WILLIAM THEODORE FERGUSON ..... Sigma Phi Epsilon; Varsity Band (2) (3) (4); University Symphony Orchestra (i) (2). TED J. FINGER Sigma Nu; Yeb and Flange. VAXCE SHADLET FIRESTONE Tau Beta Pi. Ft. Collins, Colorado Kingfisher, Oklahoma LLOYD FISHBECK A. I. E. E. JULIAN ALSTOX FISHER . Washington, D. C. Pi Delta Epsilon; Web and Flange: Cabinet Club; Business Mgr. Michigan Technic; Ass ' t. Edi- torial Counsellor E. C. M. A. RICHARD FLEMIXC, JR. Alpha Chi Sigma. If ichita, Kansas JAMES OLIVER FOSTER . .... Fremont, Okio CHARLES WALTER FREDERICK . . ... Detroit AssY Track Mgr. (a). Track (4); Upperclass Ad -isory Com. (3); Class Track 3);A. S. M E.; Society of Automobile Engineers. LEOX E. FROST Smyrna East Duimquf, Illinois GORDOX JOSEPH GALLAGHER Pi Kappa Alpha. CLIFFORD GEORGE GALLUP Wayfarers; Boxing Club (3). TOHX T. GARBER Essfxviile Detroit L ... ' :. .. ' - Jackson HARRY G. GARMAX HOWARD CLIFFORD GEORGE NELSOX JOHX GIBBINS a -farers. CHARLES WALKER GIBFORD . . . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. GEORGE GIBSON . . ELMER JOHN GIFFELS . .... Web and Flange; Engineering Society; Freshman Baseball. DAVID HALER GLASS, JR. ...... Delta Tau Delta. EDWIN SIMMS GLEASON Adrian Montclair, Kew Jersey St. Johns Flint Lansing PAUL G. GOEBEL Grand Rapids Phi Sigma Kappa; Tau Beta Pi; Michigamua; Triangles; Varsity Football (2) (3), Capt. (4); Freshman Football; Class President (3), Secretary (i); Class Athletic Com. (2). DAVID GOLDBERG .... . Detroit Engineering Society; Michigan Technic (2). NAHUM GOLDMAN . . . Detroit Bhatrika. GEORGE MORRIS GOLDS . Holland Delta Sigma Phi. LLOYD EMANUAL GORDON ...... LYNN SHERMAN GORDON . . JOHN NOWAK GOSINSKI ...... Polonia Literary Circle; A. I. E. E.; Michigan Technic (3) (4). LORN ALBERT GREEN ....... Sigma Nu. CHESTER EMMEL GRIGSBY ...... Tau Beta Pi; Pennsylvania Club. Bellaire Detroit Bay City Wichita, Kansas New Castle, Pennsylvania One Hundred CECIL GAYLORD HALL R. O. T. C. Signal Corps. TOLAN ADELBERT HAMMOND CHARLES GEORGE HARRISON CHESTER WINTHROP HASKINS Wayfarers; A. S. M. E. Stockbridge Grand Rapids Detroit Detroit EDWARD CHRISTIAN HAUG Theta Xi: Vulcans; Triangles; F (2), Vice-President (4); Class Baseball (i) (2) (3) (4); Class Bowling (i) (2) (3) (4); Engineering Society; A. S. M. E.; Student Council (4); Underclass Conduct Com.; Upperclass Advisory Com. Buffalo, New York Scalp and Blade; Chm. Traditions Com.; Class Secretary LAUGHLIN THOMAS HAYES .... Mt. Clemens Club. JAMES C. HEALY . LLOYD W. HEARD ..... BEXNETTE LEGGE HEATH .... Alpha Chi Sigma; V. F. V.; American Legion. Northampton, Massachusetts Ontonagon Warren, Pennsylvania ELMER RUNYAN HELFERICH ...... . CLAYTON WARNER HENDERSON ........ Hockey (4); Class Hockey ; . WAYNE GURNEE HENDERSON . Cleveland Heights, Ohio Alpha Chi Rho; A. S. M. E.; Cleveland Club; Secretary and Treasurer (3) (4). JOHN HENRY HILLS . . . .... Grand Rapids Phi Sigma Kappa. MILTON GIBSON HINKLEY . . . Benton Harbor Tau Beta Pi. ROBERT WENDELL HODGE Phi Tau: A. S. M. E .: A. I. E. E Detroit Louisville, Kentucky 4nn Arbor Jackson Hamilton, Ontario ALBERT S. HOEFFLIN Kentucky Club. FELIX RICHARD HOHEISEL Web and Flange. LEWIS N. HOLLAND Engineering Society. GEORGE ARTHUR HOLMES WILLIAM HENRY HOOPER RALPH A. HOOT Ann Arbor Rig Rapids FREDERICK A. HORN .......... Windsor, Ontario Delta Chi; Vulcans; Triangles; Canadian Club; Ass ' t. Intel-scholastic Manager; Union Enter- tainment Com.; Class Chairman Publicity Com. (3) (4). HOWARD B. HOSTETLER V. F. W.; Engineering Society. WILLIAM STUART HOUSAL ........... Ann Arbor Les Voyageurs; Web and Flange; Informal Boxing Team; Class Hockey (3); Glee Club (3). WILLIAM H. HOWARD .......... Youngstown, Ohio Alpha Sigma Phi. HAROLD IRVING HOWELL .......... Pi Kappa Alpha; Web and Flange; Glee Club. EARL FREDERICK HUBACKER Cheboygan Durand ICTOR EVERETT HULETT One Hundred Two Dos- L. HUNTING Rockford ROLAND HAROLD ILAXD . Coraopolis, Pennsykania Alpha Sigma Phi; Triangles; Class Vlce-President (2); Captain Freshman Engineering Football; Manager Class Athletics (4); Class Athletic Com. (4). DAVID GERARD ILIFF Craafordsrille, Indiana Phi Delta Theta. BRUCE ARMOUR IRWIN . . Brantford, Ontario Phi Delta Chi; Canadian Club; Technic (i); Class Hockey (3)- HAROLD WESLEY JACKIIAX Adrian arsity Band. CHARLES HAROLD JAMES . . Kalamaxo Web and Flange. GILBERT T. JEROME Delro? Sigma Chi; Vulcans; Swimming Manager (3); Class Tennis; Basketball; Intramural Minor Sports Manager. VICTOR PAUL JOHN LouisriOe, Kentutky Quarterdeck. STEPHEN- JOHXSON, J . . tvport rtrj, Hrginia Quarterdeck. ELLIS M. KEELER HENRY IOSEPH KEHOE Pennsylvania Club; A. S. M. E. HAROLD VALE KELLY V. F. .: Craftsmen Club. Louis WALTER KEMPF Alpha Chi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon. WILLIAM WORELY KERLIN ..... Engineering Society. Toledo, Ohio WiUtes-Barre, Pennsylvania Pontiac Manistiqut GrffnriUf, Ohio One Hundred Three KARL EDWARD KETCHUM Web and Flange. HARRY GEORGE KETTENRING Newark, New Jersey Phi Mu Delta; ewark Club, President (4); Cross Country; Craftsmen Club. HOWARD FREDERICK KINGDON .... .... Traverse City Traverse City Club. CHARLES WILLIAM KINNEY Boyne City HAROLD WILLIAM KINSEL Ithaca LELAND W. KIRKPATRICK . Rattle Creek Phi Kappa Psi; Vulcans; Triangles; Dance Com. Union; Class Treasurer (4); Chm. Social Com. (3); J-Hop Com.; Sophomore Prom Com.; Student Com. on Athletic Affairs. BOLESLAW P. KOLWICZ . . . . Detroit Quarterdeck; P. L. C. Secretary (4). BENJAMIN KRELL .... . Detroit Tau Epsilon Phi; Detroit Club; Class Basketball (4). JOSEPH FRANK KRUSZKA ...... . Chicago, Illinois Polonia Literary Circle, Vice-President (2). ALEXANDER M. KRZYMINSKI FRANKLYN OTIS KUGEL Alpha Chi Rho. CLIFFORD P. KUHL YEN KULACHAN ROBERT JOHN KULLMAN One Hundred Four Bay City Sandusky, Ohio Detroit Bangkok, Siam Chicago AUGUST CARL LANG KENNETH ALTON LAWRENCE Yice-President A. S. M. E. Lovis WILLIAM LAY WILLIAM JOAN LEE Indianapolis, Indiana Ku-ongtung, China Ann Arbor CHARLES BAIRD LEESON Alpha Tau Omega. WILLIAM C. LEINGANG A. I. E. E. Chtlhcothf. Ohio LEE WEST LEONHARD Port Huron Detroit AAROX LEVIN A. I. E. E. WILLIAM HAROLD LIGHTBODY ...... Phi Mu Alpha; Technic (3); Choral Union (3) (4); Boosters ' Club (4). LlLLIS : I. nion Entertainment Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Las Angeles, California Detroit Detroit One Hundred Fire Pontiac Detroit Port Huron Menominee Cucuta, Columbia, South America Escanaba Johannesburg, South Africa Kalamazoo Conneaut, Ohio I. DEWEY LUMBY Michigan Daily; Union Music Com. Band (2) (3) (4); Union Orchestra (2). KYNLE ROBERT MACDUFF ..... Vulcans; Hockey Team (i) (2) (3), Captain (4). DAVID MACTAGGART ...... Alpha Delta Phi; Quarterdeck. ANTON GEORGE MAIHOFEN ..... Richard Club; A. I. E. E.; Upper Class Advisory Com. GUSTAVO MALDONADO CHARLES DITTRICH MALLOCH Delta Chi; Michigan Daily (3); Class Finance Com. (3). KONRAD PAUL MANGOLD South African Club. LESTER FREDERICK MARSTON Engineering Society; A. I. E. E. ALBERT G. MASTERS Portland Ann Arbor LEO ROBERT MATHEWS GRAFTON WILLIAM MATTHIAS Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon. GILBERT ELTON MEARS A. I. E. E. Pfttisville, Ohio Cortland, New York JOHN B. MEISTER EARL SPALDING MILLER Engineering Society; All-Freshman Baseball; Class Baseball; Basketball. One Hundred Six HARRY BOWMAN MILLER Phi Kappa Psi. HARVEY JOHN MILLER A. S. M. E. LESTER S. MILLER ...... Web and Flange; Engineering Society. MAURICE AXSON MILLS .... HAROLD FREDRICK MITCHEL .... Phi Tau; Saginaw Club; Craftsmen; A. S. M. E. Detroit Detroit Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Jackson Saginaw Reed City St. Joseph Saginaw H. MITCHELL J. V. HOLLYWOOD MONAWECK ROBERT HAINES MOONEY WILLIAM F. MOORE ............ Detroit Tau Beta Pi; Underclass Conduct Com. (2); Property Mgr. Mimes Theatre (3) (4); Master of Properties Union Opera (4); Traditions Com. (4). EDWIN STEPHENSON MORELAND HENRY JORDAN MORTON Portland, Maine Kappa Beta Psi; Engineering Society; A. I. E. E.; Student Council (4); Spotlight (2); Union Opera Orchestra (i) (2); Band Bounce (3). CHARLES MASON MOWER, JR. Glee Club (2) (3). LOWELL KENDALL MOWER Glee Club (3); Choral Union (2) (3) (4). ROY D. MOYNAHAN Portland, Maine Portland, Maine Detroit One Hundred Seven CHARLES EDWARD MUELLER ...... . . Dayton, Ohio Delta Kappa Epsilon; Alpha Chi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon. FRANCIS RAYMOND MURPHY .... Buffalo New York A. S. M. E.; Scalp and Blade. WILLIAM ALVIN MYERS ... ....... Bay City MERLE ORREN McCLELLAN . . . . . . Ann Arbor Alpha Chi Sigma; Wayfarers ' Club; Craftsmen; V. F. W.; Ferris Institute Club; Engineering Society; Upperclass Advisory Com. (3). GREGORY EDWARD McCLOSKEY ... ... Pinckney Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Chemical Engineering Society. ROBERT BRYANT MC!NTOSH ...... Fort Collins, Colorado Sigma Chi; Gun and Blade; Engineering Society. HARRIS DUNBAR McKiNNEY . Sault Ste. Marie Sigma Nu; Web and Flange; Vulcans; Business Mgr. " Black Fly " ; Class Secretary (4); Boosters ' Club. PHILIPPUS MCLACHLAN GORDON MCLARTY Phi Tau Club. Heidelberg, Transvaal, South Africa Manistee WILLIAM HOYT McLEOD ..... . . . . Ann Arbor WILLIAM LYSLE NEWBURY New Castle, Pennsylvania Phi Delta Chi; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Pennsylvania Club; Alpha Epsilon Mu; University Symphony Orchestra; Michigan Union Opera (2) (4). ARTHUR BORDEAUX NICHOLSON ... . Ann Arbor WORTHING R. NORTON . . . Plymouth, North Carolina FRANK H. OCONNELL . Mcgregor Class Baseball (3). One Hundred Eight ARTHUR DAVIS OETJEN . . . . . Detroit Phi Delta Chi; Phi Lambda L ' psilon; Tau Beta Pi; President Chemical Engineering Society (4). EDWARD M. O ' HARA . . Ann Arbor V. F. W.; Gun and Blade Club. RAE MORTIMER OLDS . . . ... Grand Rapids Phi Delta Theta; Triangles; Underclass Conduct Com. (2); Music Com. Michigan Union (2); Class Athletic Mgr. (2); Class Basketball (i). RICHARD NORTHCOTTE OLDS . ... Ishptming Chairman A. I. E. E. GERMER JAMES O ' MARA Pi Kappa Alpha; A. I. E. E. ROBERT EDWARD O ' NEILL ...... FOWLER LOUD OSBORNE ...... JOSEPH ALLYX PACKARD ...... Tau Beta Pi; Upper Class Advisory Com.; Choral Union. HOMER H. PARKER ... . . A. I. E. E.; Baseball R (i); Class Baseball (3). RUSSELL W. PARKINSON .......... ERNEST DELLA PERKINS ......... Aero Club; Craftsmen Club; Class Track (4); Class Speedball (4). G. H. PETERSEN ......... HERBERT KINGSLEY PETERSON ... Theta Xi. JOHN ARNOLD PETERSON V. F. V. Flint Ckarlrroix Ann Arbor Chicago, Illinois PAUL BROWN PEW ... . St. Joseph, Missouri Theta Delta Chi; Tau Beta Pi. WALTER LEHMAN PINNER . . ... . . Montgomery, Florida Engineering Society. WILLIAM J. PIPER ......... . . Calumet Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans; Basketball (2) (3) (4); Engineering Honor Com.; All-Freshman Basketball. HUGH MOORE POTTER . . . . . . . . . Ann Arbor VIRGIL M. POTTS ... . Detroit LEWIS STEPHEN PRATT . ..... Detroit CHARLES ERNEST PROCTOR ........... Detroit Sigma Nu; Vulcans; Triangles; Michiganensian (2) (3), Advisory Board (4); Michigan Technic (2) (3), Circulation Mgr. (3); Class Social Com. WESLEY HOWARD PUYEAR ........ . Ann Arbor Phi Tau; A. S. M. E.; A. I. E. E.; Engineering Society; Craftsmen Club; R. O. T. C.; S. of M. (2); Red Feather (i). ROBERT STANLEY REED ... ..... Hamburg, New York Lambda Chi Alpha. LLOYD B. REID ............ Birmingham Web and Flange; Class Basketball; Class Baseball. ROBERT ELLERSLY REID ........... Detroit V. F. W.; Gun and Blade; Web and Flange. SAMUEL AARON REUBEN ........... Kalamazoo Adelphi; Freshman Debating Team; Michigan Technic (2); Alumni Editor (3). CHARLES MURRAY RIDGEWAY ........ Hydetown, Pennsylvania Phi Delta Chi; Phi Lambda Upsilon. EDGAR RUSSELL ROBINSON ..... . Weslboro, Massachusetts V. F. W.; Gun and Blade; Wayfarers. One Hundred. Ten THOMAS M. ROBIXSOX ..... Detroit Theta Chi; Senior Social Com.; Class Basketball (i) (2); A. I. E. E. LESTER RICHARD RODEXBERG . Laaertnceb Tg, Indiana Kappa Beta Psi; Varsity Glee Club (2); Band Bounce (3). XORMAX CARVEL ROEGXER . . Trov Acacia; Alpha Chi Sigma; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Varsity Band (i) (2) (3) (4). STEPHEX JOHX ROSKOSKY . . M aising JOHX WESLEY Ross . . SatJt Stf. Marie Tau Beta Pi. President; Vulcans; Triangles: lce-President Union (4); Class President (4); Class Baseball and Hockey (3); Student Council (3) (4), Treas. (3). EDWIX A. ROTH . . . Bay City Bay City Club; Class Baseball (i) (2) (3) U); Varsity Glee Club. IRVIXG JESSE SAXDORF Detroit A. I. E. E. VERXOX HAROLD SALABLE . . . Detroit Delta Sigma Phi; Varsity Glee Club. ARTHUR THOMAS SAUXDERS fFashington, D. C. Phi Delta Chi: Cabinet Club. GEORGE DE LA PORTE SAWYER Traverse City Chi Phi; Assistant Baseball Mgr. (3)- RICHARD CECIL SCHMITZ . . . Ann Arbor Kansas City dub. RICHARD SCHXEIDEWIXD Detroit MAX ROBERT SCHRAYER . Chicago, Illinois Zeta Beta Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Michigamua; Pi Delta Epsilon; Michiganensian (2), Feature Editor (3), Managing Editor (4); Board of Directors of Chimes (4); Assistant Treasurer of Mimes Theater (3)- CLAREXCE KARL SCHROEX Ann Arbor One Hundred Eleven. HARRY SCHUFFMAN . . . Detroit Engineering Society. WILLIAM HARVEY SEELEY ........... Pontiac Music Com. Union, Band (i) (2) (3) (4); Union Opera (2) (3); Union Orchestra (2). JOACHIM EBERHART SEELIGER ... ... Cape Town, South Africa Quarterdeck; African Club. DEAN CAMPBELL SEITZ ........ Greensburg, Pennsylvania Alpha Tau Omega; Tau Beta Pi; Pennsylvania Club; A. S. M. E. Treasurer. HAROLD J. SENIOR .... Alpha Sigma Phi: Scalp and Blade Club. Buffalo, New York EMILIO SERRA ..... La Sociedad Hispanica. MAX ANTHONY SHAFFER Alpha Chi Rho; A. S. M. E. HOWARD I. SHAW ..... Acacia; Republican Club; Craftsmen Club. RUF SHU ...... Engineering Society. Ponce, Porto Rico Brookville, Pennsylvania Mt. Morris, Illinois Kaingsu, China HAROLD RANDOLPH SLAGH Delta Sigma Phi; Class Soccer (3). KENNETH R. SLATER ..... EDWIN FROST SMELLIE ..... Varsity Band; University Symphony Orchestra. ROBERT MERRALL SMIBERT .... MYRON W. SMITH Holland Pontiac Ypsilanti New Haven, Connecticut Ann Arbor One Hundred Twelve MELVIX CLIFFORD SPERRY . . Hermitage; Tau Beta Pi; Web a nd Flange. WILLIAM EARLE STADEL .... V ILLIAM ALFRED STAUFFER Web and Flange; Cleveland Club. " WILLIARD A. STEARXS Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A. S. M. E. DANIEL STEPAXOVICH .... Engineering Society; Craftsmen Club. Huron, Ohio Grand Rapids Cleveland, Ohio Adrian BridgeriUf, Pennsylvania ROBERT MACADAM STODUAKD ...... Phi Sigma Kappa. ILLIAM H. STRICKLER . . Cygnus. CHARLES KIRK STROZEXSK.Y . . . . Beta Phi; Engineering Society. ARTHUR HEXRY STUART ......... Kappa Beta Psi; Alpha Chi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Sigma Xi. Wilmrtte, Illinois Kleinfelttrscille. Pennsylvania Nara Fisa, .Vr Mexico Ypsilanti BLAIR KIXCH SWARTZ . . Reading, Pennsylvania Delta Sigma Pi; Craftsmen Club; Pennsvlvania Club; A. S. M. E .; Chamber of Commerce; Glee Club (3) (4). CLAY E. TAXDV PEDRO DICCIOX TAXGUILIG ........ FREDERICK CHARLES TAYLOR ........ HERXDOX TAYLOR ... ..... . Delta Sigma Phi; Web and Flange; Westerners ' Club; Football R. (2). Sebree, Kentucky Pang, P. I. Port Huron Bismark, fiorth Dakota One Hundred Thirteen ROBERT W. TOWNSEND ...... Lambda Chi Alpha; Tau Beta Pi; Student Council (4). NORMAN K. TRACKETT ..... Phi Tau; Saginaw Club. FRANK WAREHAM TREVORROW Quarterdeck. TSONG YUA Tsou .... Chinese Students ' Club. WILLIAM JOHN TULLEDGE Band. Nashville Saginaw Detroit Wusih, China Frankfort MYRON W. TURNER ... ....... Vassar JOHN PREY TYNES ...... ... Buffalo, New York Theta Xi; Scalp and Blade; Class Track (i) (2); Class Bowling (3); English Honor Com. (3). BERT E. UEBELE, JR. .... Chicago, Illinois Kappa Sigma; Vulcans; Ass ' t. Basketball Mgr. (3);Varsity Basketball Mgr. (4); Board of Directors of Athletic Association (4); Illinois Club; Union Life Membership Com. (i) (2); Chairman Fall Registration Com. (3); Class Social Com. (i); Class Finance Com. (i); Hutchins Portrait Com.(i); A. S. M. E.; Ass ' t. Recording Secretary Michigan Union(3). HARLEY SAMUEL VANVLEET . Tecumsek GEORGE WILLIAM VIDEAN, JR. .......... Ann Arhor JOSEPH BERNARD VLACK . . ...... Cedar Vulcans; Traverse City Club; Student Directory Editorial Staff (2); Michiganensian (3), Photo- graphic Editor (4); Ass ' t. Chm. Union Dance Com. (3) (4); Upper Class Advisory Com. (2); Mgr. Class Basketball, Social Com. (4); Class Soccer (3); Music and Entertainment Com. Military Ball (4); Chm. Class Social Com. (4); Engineering Society (4); Boxing Club (2); A. S. M. E. (3) (4). RALPH WILLIAM VOSPER ... . . . Toledo, Ohio Theta Xi. DONALD BENJAMIN WAITE ... Phi Tau; A. S. M. E.; Craftsmen Club. WILLIAM HARRY WALKER .... . . Kappa Sigma. WILLIS WEAVER V. F. W. Lockport, ,Yc York Shanghai, China JENKING WHANG .... ..... Chinese Students ' Club; Engineering Society; American Chemical Society. JOHN MACMILLAN WHITE . ...... GEORGE W. WHITNEY Chicago, Illinoi s Saginaw New London, Connecticut GEORGE CHAPPELL WHITTLESEY Quarterdeck. HARRY L. WILCOX A. I. E. E. .Inn Arbor Springfeld, Massachusetts Ann Arbor Lima, Ohio EMERSON MARION WILLIAMS Theta Chi. WILLIAM BRADFORD WINES Sinfonia. HOWARD M. WOLF . . . . . Kappa Sigma; A. S. M. E.; Union Life Membership Com. EDWARD RALPH WOLFERT LLOYD JOHN WOLIV.EX Westerners ' Club; Engineering Society. ROGER MECHLIN WOLLCOTT Phi Tau Club. GEORGE WILSON YOUNGLOVE Craftsmen Club; A. I. E. E. JOHN S. M. ZIMMERMANN Phi Sigma Kappa. Holland Castlf Rock, Colorado Toledo, Ohio Detroit Washington, D. C. On Hundred FifUen 1923 ARCHITECTURAL OFFICERS HOWARD L. FARLEY EDWARD L. KLINE LAURA L. ECKERT EARL H. LUNDIN President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES SOCIAL DELBERT D. ERHESMAN FRANCES, SUTTON MARION A. BLOOD FINANCE HOWARD L. FARLEY EDWARD L. KLINE EARL H. LUNDIX A. LINN TROUT MILTON E. PROUT AUDITING CARL SCHWENKMEYER WILLIAM A. TURNBULL MAURICE V. ROGERS ABE HERMAN BRODKEY Sioux City, Iowa Phi Sigma Delta; Class Baseball, Football, Basketball, Soccer. RALPH WALDO DEMMOX .... Grand Rapids Alpha Rho Chi; Tau Sigma Delta. LAURA LOUISE ECKERT . . . .... Detroit T-Square Society; Senior Society; Class Sec. (4). DELBERT DONALD EHRESMAX . ... . . Piper City, Illinois Kappa Beta Psi; Tau Sigma Delta; Architectural Society; Union Life Membership Drive. HOWARD LEE FARLEY ........... Almont Alpha Rho Chi; Craftsmen Club; Class Pres. (2) (3) (4); Treasurer Architectural Society; Class Baseball. BERNARD FINK .... . . . . Phi Beta Delta; Newark Club. WALLACE ALBERT GILL . . ........ Alpha Rho Chi; J-Hop Com. ' 22; Architectural Society; American Legion; V. F. W. ELOISE OLIVE GODDARD . . . T-Square Society. CATHERINE BORTIC HELLER ........ Caldwell, Jfew Jersey Tau Sigma Delta; T-Square Society. Kf ark, A TP Jersey Grand Rapids Detroit ELMER R. HICKS . . . . HARVEY RICE HOFFMASTER Gun and Blade. MARY BREWSTER HUNT T-Square Society. SHINN-HONG HOWARD JEE PAUL J. KETELHUT .... Alpha Chi Rho; Art Editor Michigan Technic. Saginasc Hopkins Ann Arbor Tientsin, China Detroit One Hundred Seventeen EDWARD LAWRENCE KLINE ......... Kalamazoo Alpha Rho Chi; W. S. N. S. Club;Varsity Tennis (3) (4); Class Vice-Pres. (4); Class Basketball; Architectural Society, Vice-Pres. (4). BRYON EDWARD LAIDLAW Union Orchestra; Symphony Orchestra. Butte, Montana DONALD JOHN LEWIS llardin, Montana Kappa Beta Psi; Architectural Ball Com. (3); Class Baseball (3); Basketball (2); Speedball(4). MARTIN FREDRICK LEXEN EARL HUGO LUNDIN .......... Student Council (4); President Architectural Society (4); Class Treasurer (4). Detroit Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Port Clinton, Ohio Ypsilanti ALFRED RIDDLE NASER Alpha Rho Chi. GEORGE LESTER PETERSON Alpha Chi Rho; Craftsmen Club. MAURICE VIVIAN ROGERS Alpha Rho Chi. One Hundred Eighteen BEXTAUIX KARL RVEHL Theta Xi. LEWIS T. SARVIS .... Alpha Rho Chi; Architectural Society. GEORGE L. W. SCHCLZ, JR. Hcco LEON HARD STAXGER HERBERT REYTJOLDS STAXLET Alpha Rho Chi. WILLIAM HEXRY STOXE ..... Alpha Rho Chi; Chm. Decoration Com., Architectural May Party (3) FRAXCES SUTTOX ..... Kappa Kappa Gamma; T-Square Society; Class Treas. (3). HORACE V. WACHTER Alpha Rho Chi; Varsity Football (i) (2). Hundred Nineteen 1923 MEDICAL OFFICERS JAMES W. HALFHILL, JR. MARY C. SAXE JAMES E. CROUSHOR E . KENNETH P. JONES President Fice-President Secretary Treasurer One Hundred Twenty LABODIE BELOTE SARCEXT FLEISCHHAUER SCHLEMER KLEEKAMP SCHNEIDER 1923 MEDIC COMMITTEES HONOR LAWRENCE B. SCHNEIDER, Chairman WILBUR I. TOWSLEY FRANK YAXSCHOICK HENRY BUCKINGHAM JOHN F. SANDERS SOCIAL JOHN J. LABODIE, Chairman ORLA H. GILLETT FRANCIS M. KIMBALL RUDOLPH J. PRICE ROBERT F. HEATLEY CAPS AND GOWXS GEORGE H. BELOTE, Chairman L. COLEMAN LuDLUM HENRY K. RANSOM ATHLETICS CHARLES D. SARGENT, Chairman J. PAUL WALKER WARREN W. BABCOCK AUDITING HERBERT G. KLEEKAMP, Chairman JOSEPH L. ABRAMSON JAMES W. TOWNSEND INVITATION HUDSON W. FLEISCHHAUER, Chairman STANLEY O. CHAMBERS RUSSEL F. FENTON RUTH P. STONE JOHN F. YONKMAN BROWN DERBY JOHN H. SCHLEMER, Chairman AUSTIN R. WOLFE DONALD R. WRIGHT One Hundred Twenty-one JOSEPH Louis ABRAMSON Bayonne Club. WARREN WOOD BABCOCK Alpha Kappa Kappa; Galens; Class Treas. (5). ALVIN JULIUS BAER Phi Epsilon Pi. CARL CLARK BAILEY Pi Upsilon Rho. ERNEST WILLIAM BAUER Alpha Sigma. Brooklyn, New York Detroit Kansas City, Missouri Brooklyn If ' yandotte THEODORE IRVING BAUER ... ) p.nlanti Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha; Phi Sigma. GEORGE HAROLD BELOTE . . Battle Creek Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha; Phi Sigma; Student Council (4). WILLIAM M. BRACE . . Ann Arbor Phi Rho Sigma. HENRY PROCTOR BUCKINGHAM . . San Francisco. California Alpha Sigma; Pres. Freshmen Homeops; J-Hop Com.; Senior Honor Com. (5). WILLIAM BURKLEY BUTLER Alpha Phi Alpha. MYRTON SHAW CHAMBERS Alpha Kappa Kappa; Craftsmen Club. STANLEY OWEN CHAMBERS N ' u Sigma Xu. J. KENNETH COLE Alpha Sigma. WILLIAM ELWELL COLE .... Phi Beta Pi; Galens; Varsity Glee Club (i). Baltimore, Maryland Flint Detroit Penn Yan, New York Ann Arbor One Hundred Twenty-two WILLIAM ALFRED CORCORAN ..... Phi Beta Pi; Varsity Football Reserves (i); All-Medic (3). BERNARD CRANE ...... Craftsmen Club. C. H. CREGO, JR. ...... Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Dixie Club; Booster ' s Club (5). JAMES ELLIOTT CROCSHORE . . Fayette City, Pennsylvania Sigma Phi Epsilon; Phi Beta Pi; Galens; Class Sec. (7); Ass ' t. Manager " Varsity Glee Club (6). PETER H. DARPIN Ann Afbor South Escanaba Hartford, Connecticut Jackson, Tennessee WARD CRISSIIAN DENISOK Phi Beta Pi; Craftsmen Club. STEWART EDWARD DOOLITTLE ..... Delta Tau Delta; Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha Omega Alpha; Galens. RUSSELL FRANKLIN FENTON Pi Upsilon Rho; Class Treas. (4). NORMAN E. FISHER Romeo Ecanston, Illinois Ann Arbor Toledo, Ohio HUDSON WILL FLEISCHAVER .... Ann Arbor Theta Delta Chi; Phi Rho Sigma; Galens; Informal Soccer Team (i) (2); Chm. Invitation Com. (i). CHARLES EDWARD FUTCH Cleveland, Ohio Phi Beta Pi; Mu Phi Epsilon; Cleveland Club, Pres. (6) (7); " R " Football (2); Union Executive Com. (6); Chm. Combined Musical Clubs (6); Social Com. (4) (5); Brown Derbv Com. (4)- Mer Medic Athletics i ; ); Pres. Glee Club (6), Member (4) (5). HERMAN ILLIAM GALSTER Pi Upsilon Rho; Glee Club (2) (3). PAUL H. GARVEY ..... Phi Sigma Kappa; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Phi Sigma; Alpha Omega Alpha. Ai LAN GIANG Chinese Students ' Club. Erie, Pennsylvania Iron Mountain Nanking, China One Hundred Twenty-three ORLA MILLIARD GILLETT ..... . . . Ann Arbor Phi Sigma; Class Pres. (3); Social Com. (4); Honor Com. (2). CHARLES GITLIN . . . . . Bayonne, New Jersey Mu Alpha Society; Bayonne Club; Michigan Union Orchestra; Opera. LUCILE RUFFE GRANT .......... Ann Arbor Alpha Phi; Vice-Pres. Homeop. (2) (3) (4). JAMES WOOD HALFHILL, JR. ... . ... Lima, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Alpha Kappa Kappa; Galens; Chm. Honor Com. (6); Chm. Social Com. (6); Class Pres. (7). E. WALTER HALL ... . Detroit Phi Beta Pi. RALPH E. HALL Phi Beta Pi. CLARENCE WOODSON HARDY . ... Phi Chi. ROBERT FRANCIS HEATLY Galens, Secretary. CECIL BENEDICT HERT Phi Rho Sigma; Psi Upsilon. ARTHUR FISHER HEYL ........ Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania Cygnus; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Vocations Com. (7); Varsity Band (3); University Symphony Orchestra (i) (2) (3). MINARD JACOBS .... ..... Kansas City, Missouri Zeta Beta Tau. FRANCIS BERNARD JARZEMBOWSKI . . ...... Detroit PAUL MAHLON JERRELL ....... Summitville, Indiana Alpha Sigma. EVERETT VERNON JOHNSTON . ... Niagara Falls, New York Phi Rho Sigma. Detroit Tecumseh Detroit Rochester, New York KENNETH PAUL JONES . ... . Pilcairn, Pennsylvania Phi Chi; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Craftsmen Club; Pennsylvania Club; Class Treas. (4); Varsity Band (2) (3) (4) (5), Pres. (6); V. F. V. ALBERT CHARLES KERLIKOWSKE . ...... St. Joseph Trigon; Phi Chi. WALTER G. KILBVRY Bradford. Pennsylvania Phi Chi. FRANCIS X. KIMBALL . . . ... .Inn Arbor Phi Rho Sigma. A. DALE KIRK . . . Flint Phi Beta Pi; Alpha Omega Alpha; Varsity Band; Mgr. Glee Club. HERBERT G. KLEEKAMP . . . Saginaw Phi Beta Pi; Galens. HERBERT C. KLING . . Three Oaks Phi Chi. WALTER OSCAR KLINGMAN . . H ' atertKcn, Wisconsin Phi Beta Pi; Union Medicine, Vice-Pres.; Swimming Pool Com.; Varsity Band; J-Hop Com. PAUL MARLAND KOBER Rochesitr, ew York Alpha Sigma; Class Treas. (3). WILLIAM KRVGER ... . . Sevark, Xae Jersey Phi Sigma Delta; Phi Delta Epsilon; All-Freshman Track; Union Opera (2) (3); Senior Class Relay Team; Varsity Bar..-. - : 6) (7); Mimes. OSA JOSEPH L. BARGE ... . Standish EDWARD H. LAUPPE . Highland Park WILLIAM MATHIAS LEFEVRE . . . Muskegon Pi Upsilon Rho; Michigan Daily (i) (2) (3); Booster ' s Club. TSING LIES Li . . Hong Kong, China Chinese Students ' Club. JOHN H. LABADIE Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha Omega Alpha; Galens. CLEMENT ELTON LOCKWOOD .... Phi Alpha Gamma; Boosters ' Club. L. COLEMAN LuDLUM ...... Gamma Alpha; Phi Sigma; Galens; Student Council (6). RUSSELL EARL LYNCH ...... Alpha Kappa Kappa. IRENE MARTIN Ottawa, Ohio Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Detroit Louis MELTZER Bayonne, New Jersey Club GALEN EUGENE MILLER Phi Chi. Bayonne, hew Jersey Twelve Ulile, Indiana Detroit Lexington, .Kentucky FRANK T. MORAN Class Treas. (5). OLIVER KENNETT McAoAMS Kappa Sigma. KENNETH MALCOLM McCoLL .... Alpha Tau Omega; Michigan Daily (3). DANIEL HEIM McKiNNEY Craftsmen Club; Pennsylvania Club. CHARLES ALBERT McNEiL CLARENCE HENRY PEACHEY .... . Alpha Sigma; Class Treas. (5); Student Council. JAMES MORTIMER PIERCE Sanborn, New York Phi Beta Pi; Opera Com. (3); Regatta Com.; Class Pres. (i); Class Football (4). Sunbury, Pennsylvania Lorain, Ohio Phelps, New York One Hundred Twenty-six RUDOLPH JEROME PRICE Phi Beta Pi. Richmond, Indiana Ansonia, Connecticut ALTON EDWARD PULLON New England Club. PAUL T. QUARRY FREDERICK GERALD RANSOM A nn Arbor Jackson Jackson HENRY KING RANSOM Phi Siema; Alpha Omega Alpha. FRED TOWXSEND REID Claxson Philadelphia, Ohio SAMUEL BURTON RENTSCB Sigma Phi Epsilon. WILLIAM FREDERICK REUS Zetland Ann Arbor HAROLD ALTER KIGCS Phi Beta Pi. GRANVILLE M. RILEY Toledo, Ohio Detroit HAROLD RICH ROEHM ......... Kappa Sigma; Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha Omega Alpha; Junior Research Club. JAMES ALFRED ROLLS Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Rho Sigma. Sante Fe, Ara? Mexico MARGARET ROTTSCHAEFER Ann Arbor Grosse Pointf Park LAWRENCE MAGNUS RUTZ .... Sinfonia; Phi Rho Sigma; Varsity Glee Club (3). One Hundred Ttcenty-seren JOSEPH BERNARD RYDZEWSKI ALTA LODEMA SAGER Student Volunteer. JOHN F. SANDER ... . .... Evansville, Indiana Phi Beta Pi; Craftsmen Club; Assistant Chm. Music Com. (5); Varsity Band; Alpha Epsilon Mu. DAVID J. SANDWEISS .... Detroit CHARLES DOUGLAS SARGENT Sigma Nu; Phi Beta Pi; Varsity Track (6). Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Buffalo, New York Shelby MARY CATHERINE SAXE .... Alpha Epsilon Iota; Class Vice-Pres. (6) (7). ROYCE R. SHAFTER Phi Chi; Galens. JOHN HENRY SCHLEMER L. B. SCHNEIDER . . . Kappa Sigma; Phi Rho Sigma. Rochester, New York Detroit Pine Bluff, Arkansas Ft. Wayne, Indiana JOSEPH SCHWARTZBERG Kappa u. JOSEPH HURLONG SCOTT Kappa Alpha Psi. SUEL ANDREWS SHELDON Alpha Sigma. BENJAMIN SHLAIN Craftsmen Club. HELEN SLAUGHTER Alpha Epsilon Iota. One Hundred Twenty-eight Utica, New York Darlington, South Carolina Mariie Detroit Babylon, New York HAROLD IVAN SPARLING LORNA MINERVA SPEXZER RUTH P. STONE ...... Alpha Epsilon Iota; Sigma Xi; Class Sec. (5). GEORGE C. STUCKY ...... Trigon. Z. X. STUTZ . ... Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon. JOHN TEN-HAVE JAMES WORTH TOWNSEND Phi Sigma; Alpha Omega Alpha. ILBUR D. TOWSLEY GEORGE RAY UPTON Alpha Sigma. YERXE L. FRANK ANSCHOICK Pi Upsilon Rho; Class President (2). JOHX FREDERICK VICK Alpha Sigma. GEORGE T. AGGOXER Pi Upsilon Rho. Ann Arbor Cleveland, Ohio Somerrille, Massachusetts Saranac Lake, New York New Castle, Pennsylvania Zetland Jackson Midland Long Beach, California Breckenridge Jackson Ann Arbor Spartansbvrg, Pennsylvania Dowagiac ARCH WALLS . . . Pontiac Acacia; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Track (l) (2) (3). HOWARD CARLTON WALSER Blufton, Indiana Phi Mu Alpha. CLARENCE C. WEAVER . . . Albion WILLIAM THOMAS WILLIAMS ... . East Palestine, Ohio S. C. A. Cabinet (7); Pres. Student Volunteers (7). SHELBY WILLIAM WISHART .... Ann Arbor Phi Rho Sigma; Sigma Phi Epsilon. AUSTEN ROBARTS WOLFE . ... Beulah DONALD ROHODES WRIGHT . . Manistique Phi Chi;Galens. JOHN FRED YONKMAN ..... . Grand Rapids Delta Sigma Phi; Glee Club (6). One Hundred Thirty 1923 LAW OFFICERS MAURICE R. XORCOP . CHARLES J. BOYLE GLADYS WELLS RODNEY L. STUART President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer One Hundred Thirty-one 1923 LAW COMMITTEES SOCIAL WESLEY L. NUTTEN, JR., Chairman LEWIS R. WILLIAMS JOSEPH C. HOOPER WILLIAM R. WALSH AUSTIN M. FREASE ELWYN G. DAVIES CREASE PAPER THOMAS J. W T HINERY, Chairman FRANK M. PARRISH GEORGE E. SLOAN INVITATION GLENWOOD W T . ROUSE, Chairman EARL MILES GEORGE O. TRUE BANQUET LAYLIN K. JAMES, Chairman LLEWELLYN E. LLOYD ARTHUR F. NEEF MEMORIAL GERALD K. O ' BRIEN, Chairman MILTON J. SALLWASSER RALPH M. CARSON CLASS DAY HENRY G. Ross, Chairman PATRICK J. HALLY, JR. GORDON M. GALE CREASE DANCE JOHN M. WINTERS, JR., Chairman CHALMERS L. MCGAUGHEY LELAND R. BOYD PICTURE HERBERT E. W T ILSON, Chairman MAHLON J. MACGREGOR ROY T. NOONAN CANE, CAP AND GOWN WILLIAM H. OLDER, Chairman JUSTIN A. ROBERTS NAYF G. BASHARA FINANCE FREDERICK F. WYNN, Chairman CLYDE Y. MORRIS FRANK J. TRECKELO One Hundred Thirty-two Grand Rapids Winchester, Indiana MILTOX RALPH ATLAS ...... Phi Beta Delta; Athletic Program (2). WILLIAM HEXRY BALES Sigma Nu; Delta Theta Phi. A. H. BAROX ... Sioux City, Iowa Phi Sigma Delta; Adelphi (i) (2); Michigan Daily (i); All Fresh Debate (i); Upperclass Advisorv Com. (4) (5). NAYF GEORGE BASHARA Grand Ratids Players ' Club. Dox BELL G Okio Delta Sigma Rho. JOHX WEXDELL BIRD ..... p or i ff uroll Delta Tau Delta; Michigan Law Review. EARL F. BOXELL . . Marion Indiana Phi Alpha Delta; Barristers; Law lce-President (6); Varsity Debate (4); Delta Sigma Rho- Alpha Nu, President (4). LELAXD RICHARD BOYD . . . Kankakee, Illinois Phi Kappa Sigma; Gargoyle (2) (}) (4) (3); Michipinensian, Art Editor (3)- CHARLES JOSEPH BOYLE . . . Johnstown, Pennsylvania Gamma Eta Gamma; Pennsylvania Club. JOSEPH BERNARD BOYLE ...... Class lce-President (5). iLLiAii EDWARD BVRBY Sigma Delta Kappa; Track (2); Michigan Law Review (3) (4); Woolsack. PAUL S. BRADY ..... GEORGE PIERCE CAXTRELL FRAXCIS EDMUXD CHADWICK Sigma Delta Kappa; Class President (4). HorneU, New York Mies Ann Arbor Tvlsa, Oklahoma Detroit One Hundred Thirty-three China Indianapolis, Indiana Freemont, Nebraska YUAN MEI CHANG Chinese Students ' Club; Cosmopolitan Club. JOSEPH LEO COHEN SAMUEL FRANCIS COHN Cup Debate Team. WADE P. CONNELL . .... . .Hot Springs, Arkansas Sigma Nu; Phi Delta Phi; Alpha Nu; Fresh Debate; Coach Fresh Debate (2) (3); Oratorical Dele- gate (2) (3) (4). JOHN C. COWING . Jolitt, Illinois Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CLAUDE E. CRANDALL . . Oskaloosa, Iowa ELWYN GEORGE DAVIES . . Newark, Ohio Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Delta Phi; Barristers; Law Review. MERVIN LsRoY DEVRIES . . . Holland Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Delta Phi. EARL W. DUNN Detroit Phi Sigma Kappa; Phi Alpha Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Sigma Rho. AUSTIN MILLER FREASE Napoleon, Ohio Alpha Sigma Phi; Delta Theta Phi; Social Com. (6). JOSEPH FREEDMAN . Vancouver, Washington Kappa Nu; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Nu; Cercle Francaise. GORDON MICHAELIS GALE Los Angeles, California V. F. W.; Westerners ' Club; Union Life-membership Com. (4); Class Day Com.; Military Ball Com. (4) (5). CECIL FLETCHER GALLOWAY . . . Wahoo, Nebraska Sigma Delta Kappa; Westerners ' Club; Glee Club (2). OLIVER MEAKINS GREEN . Lansing Alpha Phi Alpha. One Hundred Thirty-four JACK J. GOSHKIN . . .Inn Arbor Delta Sigma Rho; Varsity Debating Team; Winner of Northern Oratorical Contest. PATRICK JOSEPH HALLY ........... Detroit STANLEY STIMSON HAWKES . ........ Detroit Pi Kappa Alpha; Delta Theta Phi; Alpha Nu; Cosmopolitan Club; Glee Club (2) (3) (4); Union Opera (3); Band Bounce Com. (2); Summer Spotlight Com. (2) (3). HOWELL EDWARD HAYS . . ..... Hobari, Oklahoma Gamma Eta Gamma; Westerners ' Qub; Class Sec. (5). GEORGE HEIDEMAN . . Ann Arbor Phi Mu Alpha; Phi Alpha Delta. MARIOS R. HERSMAN FRANKLIN BROKAW HETTINCER Kappa Sigma; Phi Alpha Delta. FORD ARCHER HINCHMAN, JR. ..... Delta Kappa Epsilon; Acolytes; Chimes Business Staff (2). ILLIAM WADE HINSHAW, JR. ....... AVer York City Zeta Pfi; Phi Delta Phi; Druids; Lit. Vice-Pres. (3); Ass ' t. Chm. Opera Com. (4); Senior Lit. Pres. (4); Vice-Pres. Student Council (4). CrantsriUe, ff ' rst I ' irginia Hutfhinson, Kansas Detroit ROBERT HOLLOWELL, JR. . .... Dawillf, Indiana Gamma Eta Gamma. JOSEPH CLARENCE HOOPER Ann Arbor Phi Alpha Delta. ROY PEYTON HILL Dallas City, Illinois LAYLIN K. IAXIES . . .... Ann Arbor Delta Theta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Acolytes; Barristers; Michigan Law Review; Adelphi. EDWARD I. JEFFRIES, JR. ..... . Detroit Alpha Sigma Phi; " Delta Theta Phi. One Hundred Thirty-fife " NJ HAROLD ANDREW JONES . ... . Detroit Phi Alpha Delta; Alpha Kappa Psi; Class Treasurer (4); Michigan Law Review. JULIAN HAYWARD JOSEPH Robinson, Illinois Sigma Phi Epsilon; Griffin; Boxing Club; Varsity Cross Country (2), Captain-elect (3); Varsity Track (2); Harpham Trophy Winner (2). ROLAND OTTO KERN . . . Reese ROBERT OTTIS KERR Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Michigan Daily; Opera. KENNETH CLIFFORD KLESPER Suite, Montana Omaha, Nebraska LLEWELLYN EDWARD LLOYD .... Beta Theta Pi; Gamma Eta Gamma; Barristers. MAHLON J. MACGREGOR Barristers. GEORGE F. MALCOLM Kappa Sigma; Phi Alpha Delta. GEORGE WASHINGTON MANDERBACH Law Review (6). Johnstown, Pennsylvania Detroit Pocahontas, Iowa Reading, Pennsylvania JOHN E. M. MERRILL Yale Phi Alpha Delta. WILLIAM H. MESSING ER . Fulton, Indiana EARL MILES . ... .... . . Pontiac Alpha Nu, President (3); Pontiac Club, President (2) (3); Student Advisory Com. (3) (4), Cabinet (i) (2) (3); Delta Sigma Rho; Central League Debate (3); Fresh Debating Team; Vice- President Oratorical Association; President Cosmopolitan Club. CLYDE Y. MORRIS ... . . Farmington, New Mexico Sigma Delta Kappa; Barristers; Westerners ' Club; Class Vice-President (5). CHALMERS LEAVITT MCGAUCHEY . . Indianapolis, Indiana Phi Delta Theta; Phi Alpha Delta; Barristers. One Hundred Thirty-six a ARTHUR NEEF Michigan Law Review (2) (3). GILBERT NELSON Phi Epsilon Pi. HASKELL L. NICHOLS Delta Tau Delta; Republican Club. RICHARD DE NOBEL ,Nu. ROT THOMAS NOONAX ...... Sigma Delta Kappa; Barristers; Westerners ' Club; Baseball (3); A. M. A. Detroit Chicago, Illinois Homer Ashtabtda Madelia, Minnesota MAURICE RALPH NORCOP .... El Paso Texas Theta Chi; Barristers; Westerners ' Club; Michigan Technic (i) (2); Athletic Reception Com (4) (5); Class President (6). WESLEY L. NUTTEN, JR. . Detroit Theta Delta Chi; Barristers; Chm. Social Com. (5); Freshman Glee Club; Varsity Glee Club (4). GERALD K. O ' BRIEN ........ Detroit Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Delta Phi; Barristers; J-Hop Com. (j). WILLIAM HENRY OLDER . . . Jdrian Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Chm. Cap and Gown, and Cane Com. New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania FRANK MERRILL PARRISH .... Phi Delta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Barristers; Delta Sigma Rho. . CYRVS RICE . Grand Rapids Beta Theta Pi; Michigan Daily (i); Swimming Pool Drive (l); Membership Drive; Student Council (4); Chm. Fall Games (3). JUSTIN A. ROBERTS XobUsriUf, Indiana M GL N " R SS - Mansfield, Illinois Chm. Class Day (7). GLENWOOD W. ROUSE g ent Q Alpha Nu; Cleveland Gub; Chm. Program Com. (6). One Hundred Thirty-seren CLAUD RUSSELL . . . Ann Arbor MILTON JOHN SALLWASSER . La Porte, Indiana Chi Phi; Phi Alpha Delta; Barristers. WILLIAM A. SCHLUETER . Ann Arbor V. F. W. GEORGE EDWARD SLOAN . Bloomington, Illinois Sigma Delta Kappa; Alpha Delta Sigma; Michigan Daily (i); Exchange Editor (2); Chimes Issue Editor (2); Gargoyle Business Staff (2); Summer Daily Night Editor (2); Wolverine Issue Editor (i); Life Membership Drive Captain (2); Alpha Nu (i) (2) (3); Press Club (2) (3); Union Chinese Spotlight (i); Players ' Club (2) (3); Crease Dance Paper Com. (3). BENJAMIN THEODORE SMITH ...... . Grand Rapids Phi Beta Kappa. GEORGE HOWARD EDWARD SMITH . Ann Arbor RUSSELL WARREN SMITH . . La Porte, Indiana Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Alpha Delta. HAROLD E. STORZ Royal Oak Delta Chi; Craftsmen Club; Round-Up Club; Cabinet Chm. Membership Com. (3); Class Auditor (4); Law Athletic Mgr. (6); Individual Bowling Champion (4); Interfraternity Bowling Champion (5); Mgr. of Intramural Athletics (5). RODNEY LEO STUART Calesburg, Illinois Phi Delta Theta; Class Treas. (5). LOREN EDGAR SULLIVAN Kappa Sigma; Phi Alpha Delta; Gargoyle (i) (2) (3). RHE O. TAGUE PAUL MELANCHTHON TEDROW LAWSON EDWARDE THOMAS Omega Psi Phi. FRANK JOEL TRECKELO Boosters ' Club; Italian Club; Class Financial Com. (5). Springfield, Illinois Constantine Kalamazoo Ocala, Florida Elkhart, Indiana One Hundred Thirty-eight GEORGE OLIVER TRUE . . . Port Clinton, Ohio PAD Li TSIANG . Shanghai, China Chinese Students ' Club. JOSEPH TUCK . . . Shanghai, China Chinese Students ' Club; C. S. C. A. Chm. THOMAS INGLE UNDERWOOD .... ..... Ann Arbor Psi Upsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Michigamua; Druids; Barristers; Ass ' t. Editor Chimes; Board in Control of Student Publications; Pres. of Mimes; Pres. of Michigan Union; Glee Club; Union Opera: Student Advisory Com. LAURENCE REED VAN ESS .... Chicago, Illinois Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Delta Phi. WAYNE VAN OSDOL Phi Alpha Delta. ROGER JAMES VAUGHN Sigma Delta Kappa. WILLIAM ROBERT WALSH Gamma Eta Gamma; Barristers. GEORGE WILLIAM WATSON Junction City, Kansas Dallas City, Illinois Morrill, Kebraska Ann Arbor BEN W. WEIR . . . . . ... Weir, Kansas Acacia; Phi Alpha Delta. ESTELL MARION WELLS . Girard, Illinois Phi Delta Phi. GLADYS WELLS ........ Clinton, North Carolina Collegiate Sorosis; Class Vice-President (5), Secretary (6); Student Editor Michigan Law Review; Executive Board of Betsev Barbour House. One Hundred Thirty-nine THOMAS JOY WHINERY .......... Grand Rapids Phi Alpha Delta; Barristers; Michigan Daily (i) (2) (3); Chm. Editorial Board (5). HARRIE LAWSON WICKEY ..... LEWIS RONALD WILLIAMS . . . . . . Sigma Delta Kappa; Barristers; V. F. W.; Social Com. (6). WILLIAM H. WILLMOT ....... Sigma Delta Kappa. Kansas City, Missouri Huron, Indiana Milan HERBERT EARL WILSON ......... Indianapolis, Indiana Gamma Eta Gamma; Barristers; Union Executive Com.; Library Com. (5); Chm. Opera Enter- tainment Com., Chairman Finance Com. (6); Class Basketball; Ass ' t. Track Manager. JOHN McApEE WINTERS, JR. Quincy, Illinois Alpha Delta Phi; Phi Delta Phi; Barristers; Golf Team (3) (4), Captain (5); Spotlight (3); Boosters ' Club. WALTER E. WOBROCK Fu KUN Wu Chinese Students ' Club. Hongkong, China FREDERICK FULLERTON WYNN ....... Sherwood, North Dakota Sigma Delta Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa; Barristers; President Westerners ' Club (6): Class Treasurer (5); V. F. W.; Student Editor Michigan Law Review. One Hundred Forty FlSCH MOORE REIGLEMAX CARTWRIGHT 1923 DENTAL OFFICERS GEORGE FISCH GEORGE MOORE . LEON REIGLEMAX FRANK S. CARTWRIGHT President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer INVITATION WILLIAM MclxxES, Chairman CHARLES WILKIE ERWIN MAST RUSSELL ALEXANDER JA MES PAGENETTE MICHIGANENSIAN JOSEPH TOLAN, Chairman GEORGE WEAVER RICHARD GIER FRANK PUDDEFOOT CAP AND GOWN BENJAMIN STICKNEY, Chairman JOSEPH SMIGGEN HARRY SHIELDS PHILIPPUS MEIRING COMMITTEES AUDITING ROBERT DEEBACB, Chairman DON MOE JOBS SCHACKLEFORD ROBERT GREGORY PICTURE FRANCIS REICHMANN, Chairman HAROLD MALIN HARRY DENGLER RICHARD GEORGE CANE GEORGE ANDERSON, Chairman RAYMOND WALMOTH JOSEPH KLEINSTIVER HENRY SOLOSKY MEMORIAL GEORGE LOCKWOOD, Chairman HJALMER BERGH LEONARD STUTZ LEO PVRDY SOCIAL CHARLES KELLY, Chairman YERNER EMAN GEORGE CARLSON HOWARD BURKART ERNEST BINKLEY, Chairman CLARE MADDEN ALLEN GIBSON AUSTIN GILLHOOLEY FINANCE EUGENE CLIFFORD, Chairman WILLIAM STEVENS DONALD ERPELDING GEORGE MEEKER One Hundred Forty-one RUSSELL GEORGE ALEXANDER . . ...... Clare Psi Omega; Dental Society; Overseas Club; American Legion; Class Vice-Pres. (3). GEORGE ROBERT ANDERSON .......... Cassopolis Psi Omega. HENRY A. ANDERSON ....... ... Ludington Delta Sigma Delta; Flag Staff Chm.; Pres. Dental Society; Underclass Conduct Com. W. ELLSWORTH ANNIS ........... Cedar Springs GLEN C. BEAN . . . . . . La-peer Craftsmen Club. ERNEST R. BINKLEY Lansing Spokane, Washington OSWALD EDWARD BRODERSEN Psi Omega; Westerners ' Club. HOWARD H. BURKART . . . . . . . . . Paterson, New Jersey Delta Sigma Delta; Dental Society; Freshman Basketball; Class Football (i); Class Baseball (l) (2); Class Basketball (2) (3). GEORGE CARLSON . Detroit FRANK SALEM CARTWRICHT Dental Society; Class Treas. (4). AMON JERROLD CLARK Peers; V. F. W.; Dental Society. EUGENE M. CLIFFORD Delta Sigma Delta; Varsity Wrestling. GERALD COHEN ..... South African Club; Cosmopolitan Club. SAMUEL COHN Detroit Owosso Colchester, Connecticut Johannesburg, South Africa Highland Park One Hundred Forty-two ralparaiso, Indiana PAUL STANLEY CRANE ..... .... S . John Gass Baseball. FRANK THOMAS CZYSZ . . . . ... Dunkirk, A ' nr York Delta Sigma Delta; Freshman Football; Freshman Captain Spring Games. SAMUEL BUDD DANTO Detroit Phi Beta Delta; Craftsmen Club. ROBERT FRANKLIN DEEBACH . . . Hollywood, California Xi Psi Phi; Dental Society; Westerners ' Club; Boosters ' Club; Union Vice-Pres. (4); Board of Directors (4); Fall Spotlight (3); Union Minstrels (3); Summer Spotlight (3). HARRY ARTHUR DENGLER Xi Psi Phi. MATTHYS STRYDOM DE " ILLIERS GLENN P. DODOS CASPER MELCHIOR DROSTE Comstock Park BetUehtm, South Africa XortJi Branch Grand Rapids THEODOR EUGENE EG?. . Peers; Dental Society. VERNER HANSEN EUAN Psi Omega; Class Pres. (2). DONALD H. ERPELDING Xi Psi Phi. JAMES ALFORD EVANS Sigma Chi. GEORGE H. FISCH Class Pres. (5). Iskpfming Iskpeming Adrian, Minnesota Detroit Detroit One Hundred Forty-three ALFRED IRVING FRANKFURTH . . . . . . Detroit CLAUDE T. FRENCH . . . . . Battle Creek HARRY M. FRIEDMAN . . Detroit BENJAMIN FRANKLIN FRUEHAUF . . . . . .-Inn Arbor KIRK GARDHAM ...... ...... Owosso Psi Omega; Varsity Baseball (3). RICHARD EVERETT GEORGE . . . Detroit Delta Sigma Delta. ALAN CULVER GIBSON ..... ...... Lansing Xi Psi Phi; Dental Society; Class Social and Publicity Com. (4); J-Hop Com. (5); Craftsmen Club; Gun and Blade. RICHARD HAROLD GIER . . . . . Hillsdale Delta Sigma Delta. AUSTIN ALBERT GILLHOOLEY ..... ... Sault Ste. Marie Delta Sigma Delta; Michigan Boosters (3) (4); Class Hockey (i) (2). BLAIR ALEX GLENNIE ... . . . Harbor Beach HARRY GOLDIN . . . . . . Pretoria, South Africa Cosmopolitan and South African Clubs. MAURICE GOLDSTICK .... . Detroit Brhatrika. WILLIAM W. GREENBERG WALTER C. GREGG Delta Sigma Delta. One Hundred Forty-four Windsor, Ontario Oakmont, Pennsylvania ROBERT SMITH GREGORY Psi Omega; Treas. Dental Society. GERRIE HEXDRIK GROBLER South African Club. MARK E. HAXXA Dearborn BethUhem, South Africa Xi Psi Phi; Dental Society; Upperclass Advisor; Class Football (2) (3); Class BasebaH(i) (2) (3) 14 : arsity Baseball. RAYMOND J. HOLLIXEN Peer-. FREEUAX B. HOVER Psi Omega; Dental Society; Freshman Band. EUuottrille, Nor York Lima, Ohio PHILIP JAY Brhatrika. Detroit ROBERT WALTER JOHXSOX . . . . nvcasilf, Pennsylvania Dental Society; Pennsylvania Club; Basketball (4); Class Baseball and Basketball. SAMUEL KELLER Bayonns, A " r Jersey Tau Epsilon Phi; Bayonne Club, Mce-Pres. (4). CHARLES AUDREY KELLY - . ... Sandurky Xi Psi Phi; Dental Society; Class Social Com. (4,), Chm. (5). SOL KESLER . Phi Beta Delta; South African Club. MILTOX MALVIX KETCIK Dental Society; Westerners ' Club. Ix uis J. KLEINSTIVER Delta Sigma Delta. JOHAXXES S. DEKLERK JAMES RAYMOXD LADD Lpperclass Advisory Com. (4). Paarl, South Ajrica Las Jngelfs, California Ann Arbor Mossel Bay, South Africa Detroit One Hundred Forty-fire K GEORGE LEBARON LOCKWOOD . . . Sault Ste. Marie Delta Sigma Delta. HARRY W. LUNDAHL Alpha Chi Rho. CLARE K. MADDEN ..... .... St. Louis Psi Omega; Dental Saciety; Class Vice-Pres. (2); Varsity Band (i) (2) (3); Craftsmen Club; Boosters ' Club; Round-Up Club. DUANE BLEEKMAN MADISON .... . . Delta Sigma Delta. JAN STEPHANOS MALHERBE . . . . Murraysburg, C. P., South Africa Ishpeming Ilerkimer, Xetv York HAROLD VITALIS MALIN . . . . Psi Omega; Craftsmen Club. ERWIN F. MAST ..... Xi Psi Phi; Craftsmen Club; Class Pres. (i), Treas. (3). GEORGE ERWIN MEEKER .... Wrestling; Boosters ' Club. PHILIP MEIRING .... . . South African Club, Pres. (4)Cap and Gown Com. Marquette- Angold, Indiana Peru, Indiana Cape Town, South Africa DON E. MOE . . . . Class Auditor (4). GEORGE RAYMOND MOORE Class Vice-Pres. (5). DOUGLAS FREEMAN McCoLL Psi Omega; Phi Kappa Sigma. WILLIAM H. MCCRACKEN Varsity Band (3) (4). WILLIAM R. MC!NNES Sec. Dental Societv. Ann Arbor Ottawa, Ohio Grand Rapids Detroit Ann Arbor One Hundred Foriy-si JOHX H. NICHOLSON .... Peers; Dental Society; Ohio Club; Class Basketball. CHARLES FRED NIEXDORF ..... FREDERICK ALLATT OBROCK Dental Society; Cleveland Club. TIMOTHY BERNARD O ' LEART JAMES EDWARD PAGEXETTA . ... FRANK A. PUDDEFOOT, JR. LEO B. PCRDY . HARRY E. RAXKEL .... GEORGE B. REDDIX .... Peers; Dental Society; Upperclass Advisory Com. CARLTOX D. REED ....... Psi Omega; Round-L p Oub . FRANCIS J. REICHMAX .... . Dental Society; Westerners ' Club; V. F. Y.; Student Council. LEOX JONATHAN REICELUAX ... . . Class Sec. (5); Dental Society; Pennsylvania Club; V. F. W. MAURICE L. RICHARDS ....... LESLIE FREDERICK RITTERSHOFER Deha Sigma Delta; Phi Sigma. Satuiusky, Ohio Colon Cleveland, Ohio Ann Arbor Detroit Detroit Angola, Indiana Cleveland. Ohio Xortk Baltimore, Ohia Lansing Ererett, Washington GrrewrUlf, Pennsykania Royal Oak Ann Arbor One Hundred Forty-serf n JOHN HARVEY SHACKLEFORD ...... Alpha Tau Omega; Varsity Baseball (2) (3); Class Pres. (4). DuVoiD J. SHEPARD ....... HARRY W. SHIELDS . . ... Delta Sigma Delta. WILLIAM SIGLE JOSEPH FRANK SMIGGEN Xi Psi Phi. Mobile, Alabama Breckenridge Ann Arbor Detroit Detroit LABAN HERBERT SMITH HENRY V. SOLOSKY Cane Com. BERNARDUS ZEBEE STEGMANN South African Club. WILLIAM H. STEVENS Psi Omega; Finance Com. (5). Ann Arbor Midland Cradock, South Africa Grand Rapids BENJAMIN H. STICKNEY RALPH EDWIN STONEHILL Craftsmen Club. FLOYD ERWIN STRAITH . Delta Sigma Delta; Michigan Daily (3). WILLIAM HENRY STURM Craftsmen Club. LEONARD STUTZ Varsitv Band. Massena, New York Canton, Ohio Detroit Pigeon New Castle, Pennsylvania One Hundred Forty-eight CHESTER F. SULKERS Psi Omega; Round-Up Club; Class Social Com. (2). HOWARD ARTHUR TEWS ..... Psi Omega. LESTER LEE THOMPSON JOSEPH HAROLD TODD ..... Psi Omega. JOSEPH JAMES TOLAX ...... Psi Omega; Dental Society; Class Sec. (3); Chm. Michiganensian Com. " (5). Holland Ann Arbor Vassar Bluffton, Ohio Ironamod CHARLES A. TOWSLEV Craftsmen Club (3) (5); Varsity Glee Club (5). CHARLES H. TRUESDELL . . . . FRED L. TUCKER HENDRIK P. VAXDER MERWE .... South African Students ' Club, Sec. Midland Detroit . HiUsdale Robertson, South Africa CORNELIUS JOHANNES VAX ROOIJEX .... WILLIAM JOSEPH VIDAVER ..... Boxing Club; L ' pperclass Advisory Com. (2) (3). RAYMOND WILLIAM WALMOTH . ... Xi Psi Phi; Vice-Pres. Dental Society; Basketball (3) (4); Class Vice-Pres. (2). GEORGE F. WEAVER .... Xi Psi Phi; Dental Society. CHARLES WEBER Harrismilh, O. F. S., South Africa Detroit Detroit Charlevoix Gaylord MARTIN M. WEISBERG ERNEST E. WHALE Psi Omega. Ann Arbor Crystal Falls CHARLES A. WILKIE Delta Sigma Delta. LEE G. WILSON Valparaiso, Indiana ROBERT M. WINSLOW .......... Sigma Chi; Delta Sigma Delta; Mimes; Michigan Union Opera (2) (3). Detroit New Castle, Pennsylvania WILLIAM G. ZIEVE L. MYRON ZIMMERMAN Pennsylvania Club; Dental Society. One Hundred Fifty 1923 A R M I C OFFICERS HARVEY A. WHITNEY . TROY C. DANIELS HELEN M. ANDERSON . THEODORE F. THORSBERG President f ' ice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES AUDITING CAROL X. WHITE, Chairman ALICE M. HOOVER HUGH E. CASKEY INVITATION FREDERICK L. FISCHER, Chairman IRENE E. BAISLEY N. RUTHERFORD RAYMOND MORRIS BANQUET JOHN G. SEARLE, Chairman HELEN M. ANDERSON- ROBERT D. THOMAS RUSSELL L. TAYLOR MICHIGAXENSIAN THEODORE F. THORSBERG, Chairman OMAR F. DICKRAGER HERBERT F. STEWART CANE AND PIPE LYNN F. ROBY, Chairman E. A. SLAZINSKI Oiu Hundred Fifty-one HELEN ANDERSON ... . - Manistee Rho Chi; Senior Society; Class Sec. (i) (2) (3) (4); Athena Literary Society; Prescott Club. IRENE E. BAJSLEY . - Detroit Delta Delta Delta; Iota Sigma Pi; Rho Chi Society. CHARLES L CARTER ..... Cleveland, Ohio Phi Kappa Tau; Prescott Club; Class Vice-Pres. (2); Interclass Baseball. HUGH EDWIN CASKEY ... ... Harbor Spring Cygnus; Harbor Springs Club; Prescott Club. TROY C. DANIELS .... Torrington, Wyoming Phi Delta Chi; Rho Chi; Class Vice-Pres. OMAR FREEMAN DICKRAGER Phi Delta Chi. VERA CATHERINE EAGEN HARVEY H. ELSOFFER Prescott Club; Cleveland Club. FREDERICK LUDWIG FISCHER Phi Kappa Tau; Prescott Club; Pennsylvania Club. Tionesta, Pennsylvania Detroit Cleveland, Ohio Glen Lyon, Pennsylvania ALICE HOOVER Prescott Club. RAYMOND MORRIS Phi Kappa Tau; Prescott Club; Class Pres. (2) MARGARET J. MUIR Prescott Club. Whitman Lake Harrisburg, Illinois Almont YILBER NELSON RUTHERFORD Potsdam, .Vnr York Alpha Chi Sigma; Rho Chi. GIDEON SEARLE . . ...... Eranston, Illinois Alpha Delta Phi; Freshman Football. Varsity Football (2) (3); Swimming (i) (2) (3); District Chm. Union Swimming Pool Com. Mce-Pres. Union (4); Class Mce-Pres. (2), Class Pres. (3); Underclass Conduct Com. (2). EDWARD ALOYZIOUS SLAZINSKI . ... Bay City Prescott Club. HERBERT ALLEN STEWART .... . . . Ann Arbor Prescott Club; Gun and Blade Club. RUSSELL L. TAYLOR ........ . Elyria, Ohio Phi Delta Chi; Prescott Club; Student Council (4). ROBERT D. THOMAS .... . . . Cedar Springs Phi Delta Chi; Craftsmen Club; Prescott Club; V. F. W.; University Rifle Club. THEODORE FREDERICK THORSBERC . . Midland Class Treas. (4). CAROL NEWTON HITE Stockton, California Phi Delta Chi. HARVEY ALLAN WHITNEY . . . Adrian Phi Delta Chi; Rho Chi; Aristolochites; Class Pres. (i), Treas. (3), Pres. (4); Prescott Club. 1923 EDUCATIONAL OFFICERS CLARENCE DUNCAN ROSE BARTON DOROTHY KOEPEL WILFRED RAYNER President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer One Hundred Fifty-four Bi ai DI-XCAS GREEN- NICHOLS 1923 EDUCATIONAL COMMITTEES FINANCE CLARENCE DUNCAN. Chairman ROSE BARTON WILFRED RAYXER BEULAH MORENCY JEROME THOMAS AUDITING ANDREW GREEN, Chairman MAE KENDALL MARGARET LOOBY PUBLICITY ANDREW BEAM. Chairman DOROTHY BENNETTS JOHN ARTHUR NICHOLS, Chairman HAROLD HUNT ELIZABETH APPLEBY MARGARET SCHMUTZ LYDIA RIDEOUT ADVISORY CLARENCE DUXCAX, Chairman ROSE BARTON- WILFRED RAYXER DOROTHY KOEPEL ANDREW GREEN- ANDREW BEAM ARTHUR NICHOLS One Hundred Fifty-fee HELEN ALEXANDRA ALLAN ....... Detroit Pi Lambda Theta, Treasurer; Choral Union (3) (4). ELIZABETH GRACE APPLEBY ........ . Saginaw CLYDE ERWIN BARNETT . ...... Swartz Creek Educational Club. M. ROSE BARTON ........... Sault Ste. Marie Class Vice-President (4); Girls ' Glee Club (i) (2) (3) ( 4 );Choral Union (i) (2) (3);Athena (2) (3) (4); Junior Girls ' Play. ANDREW CARMER BEAM ......... Town Line, New York Craftsmen Club; Varsity Band; Mens ' Educational Club; Adelphi. HAROLD JOACHIM BECKER .... Mens ' Educational Club; Class Day Com. (4). EMILY HANNAH BEUTLER Choral Union. BERT N. BLAKESLEE GLADYS E. BURRETT KATHERINE CAMPBELL MARY CONGER CASE ... ... Chora! Union; Girls ' Glee Club. LYNDA IONE CHAMBERS Girls ' Glee Club. CARL CLAYTON CHANDLER . . . . Cercle Francais. MARTHA JANE CHAPIN ........... Eden Pi Lambda Theta; Cercle Francais, Vice-President (4); Girls ' Educational Club Secretary (4); La Sociedad Hispanica; Cercle Francais Play (3). MARY CHILTON . . Ch saning F. I. Club. MYRA ELIZABETH COBAUGH . ... Detroit VILXIA ADALINE DEMUTH ..... .... Owosso Directory (3) (4). KATHARINE ELOISE DODSLEY ..... . Huron, South Dakota Delta Gamma; Choral Union; Girls ' Glee Club. ALBERT DANIEL DOTTER . . ... . Whitt Haven, Pennsylvania CLARENCE OLIVER DUNCAN ... .... Ann Arbor Class Treasurer (3), President (4). MINNIE IA ELLA EASTMAN ... . . . Manistiqur La Sociedad Hispanica. HELEN MAY ELLIOTT ......... . Ann Arbor Freshmen Girls ' Glee Club; School of Music Girls ' Glee Club; Choral Union; Athena Literary Society, Treasurer (4); Masques; Comedy Club; La Sociedad Hispanica; Players ' Club; Spanish Play (3) (4); Junior Girls ' Play. THEODORE WILLIS FLINTOFF . . .... Jennings HERBERT ROLFE Fox ...... . Ann Arbor MABEL WELMA Fox ... . . Grand Rapids EVELYN GOLDMAN . . ..... Detroit J ANDREW J. GREEN . Ann Arbor BERTHA ANN GREEN Detroit Girls ' Glee Club. One Hundred Fifty-serf GEORGE FRANK GRUENBAUER . .... Grand Rapids MARGARET LUCILLE HAMBLEY ... . . .St. Joseph JOHN JACOB HAMEL, JR. ........... Detroit Theta Chi; Michigan Daily (i) (2), Advertising Mgr. (3) (4); Wolverine (2). JULIA HAN ............ Peking, China Chinese Students ' Club. EUNICE HILDA HANNAN Ann Arbor JASPER JACOB HIEFTJE ..... ...... Grand Haven Alpha Mu; Montieth Club; Mens ' Educational Club. HEROLD C. HUNT . ... .... Ann Arbor Delta Sigma Phi; Phi Delta Kappa; Pi Delta Epsilon; Sigma Alpha Delta; J-Hop Com.; Stu- dent Council Corresponding Secretary (4); Underclass Conduct Com. (2); Michigan Daily (2) (3) (4); Circulation Mgr. (3), Pictorial Mgr. (4); Wolverine (2), Business Mgr. (3); Class President (3); Union Life Membership Drive (2); Upperc ' .ass Advisor (3). ANN JACOBSON MARGARET R. JOSEPH Detroit Grayling MAE LENORE KENDALL ... . . . Hancock EDITH LUCILE KLOTZ ........ Hammond, Indiana Y. W. C. A. Finance Com. (4); Choral Union (4). DOROTHY C. KOEPEL ....... . Beacon Hill Theta Phi Alpha; Iota Sigma Pi; Class Secretary (4). STANLEY OTIS LEGG . ..... ... Colon DOROTHY B. LIPPOLD ........ . Laramie, Wyoming Westerners ' Club; Class Hockey (2) (3); Class Baseball (2); Class Basketball (2). One Hundred Fifty-eight CLARE COLLETTE LOCIE . . .... Detroit MARGARITA JULIA LOOBY ... . Detroit ELIZABETH Ex ID Looms . . . Ousted HENRY R. LOUKUSA . . Beaton Mens ' Educational Society. DOROTHY CRAVEN MAPES . . . . Grand Rapids PHYLLIS LUCERNE MELLENCAIIP ........ Milwaukee, Wisconsin BENJAMIN MENDEL MICHAELSON .......... Detroit Mens ' Educational Society; Menorah. BEULAH MARIE MORENCY . . . Sturgis Theta Phi Alpha; Class Finance Com. (4); Glee Club (3) (4). VONA MORIYA . . . Tokio, Japan H. MAURICE MURPHY . . . Lakeside Mens ' Educational Club. JANET MARGARET MURRAY . . . Reed City GLENDORA ISABELLE McCoMB . . .... Adrian Delta Delta Delta; Players ' Club. ARTHUR OAK NICHOLS . . Benton Harbor Beta Phi Delta; Chm. Social Com. (4); Treasurer Commerce Club (2); 1st Ass ' t. Cheer Leader (2); . F. .; American Legion. EDITH G. NOLAN . Detroit One Hundred Fifty-nine CELIA M. OLNEY . ALICE DRINAN PERKINS Owosso Ann Arbor Ludington JOHN DEWEY PETERSEN .... Mens ' Educational Club; Class Day Com. HAGLE QUARNSTROM FANNIE RANSOM Alpha Xi Delta. WILFERD PASCAL RAYNER .... . . Phi Tau; Craftsmen Club; Mens ' Educational Club; Class Treasurer (4). CLINTON ALLEN RICE ......... Mens ' Educational Club, President (4); Craftsmen Club. Muskegon Charlevoix MARSHALL FOSTER RICHARDS Oak Grove Detroit LYDA RUTH RIDEOUT . ... ... . Delta Zeta; Class Vice-President (3); Mummers; Classical Club; Junior Girls ' Play. ABIGAIL ROBERTS Alpha Omicron Pi; Y. W. C. A. Finance Com.; Glee Club MARGUERITE MARYETTE ROSE . . Indianapolis. Indiana Grand Rapids Crystal Falls HINDA RUWITCH . Phi Sigma Sigma. MARYETTE RYAN . MYRTLE CARLOTTA SCHAFER Mt. Pleasant Stephenson One Hundred Sixty MARGARET SENA SCHMUTZ . . ... Ann Arbor Spanish Club; Class Social Com. (4). IRENE LORAINE SCHULTZ ..... . Ann Arbor Mu Phi Epsilon; Glee Club; Choral Union. MARGARET H. SELLMAX . .... South Lyon ETHELYN MARY SERVIS ... . . Ann Arbor Pi Lambda Theta; Cosmopolitan Club; Ann Arbor Girls ' Club; Girls ' Educational Club, Secretary (3); Players ' Club. BERXICE MUIR SHOMAK MARGUERET ALICE SIMMONS Delta Delta Delta. MILLICENT CORAL SINDEN Ckesttrland, Ohio Ann Arbor OLIVE Emu SMALLIDGE Choral Union. IRMA HUDSON SMITH HELENE CHARLOTTE SOOY Delta Zeta; Athena Literary Societv. GLADYS STANLEY SQUIRE FLORENCE STORMS ARTHUR TRACY STOUGHTOS LAMORA THURMAN Grand Rapids Sagiiuav One Hundred Sixty-one LUCY TURNER ADDISON DUNBAR West Branch Holland, Ohio Aledo, Illinois HAZEL VANATTA Players ' Club. E. roRREST WALCOTT Mens ' Educational Club. GRACE WINIFRED WALZ Detroit Bayonne, New Jersey JACOB DAVID WEISBERG Bayonne New Jersey Club. HELEN SEARLS WELLS Alpha Gamma Delta. EDITH I. WESTFALL Choral Union. One Hundred Sixty-two Cedar Springs Evanston. Illinois MARION E. WHEELER .... Alpha Omicron Pi; Cercle Francais; La Sociedad Hispanica. DOROTHY ABERNATHY WHITE . . . . Alpha Omicron Pi. HENRIETTA LIZZETTA WOLFF HELEN SCOTT WOOD Players ' Club. Manchester Kenova, West Virginia EMILY J. WOODRUFF .... HELEN NANCY WOODRUFF ... . . La Sociedad Hispanica, Secretary; La Cercle Francais. Detroit State College, Pennsylvania VICTORIA EMMA LOUISE WORDELMANN ..... ... Saginaw II Circalo Italiano (2), Secretary-Treasurer (3) (4); Choral Union (3) (4); Players ' Club (2) (3) (4); Classical Club (i) (2) (3). One Hundred Sixty-three SENIOR NURSES DOREATHA F. BLINN MAUDE BOWEN MARY B. BURRILL CLARA CHARTIER ELOTA COOK Jackson Sidney, Ohio Flint Manisliquf Flint MABEL HELENE CRANDELL EVELYN C. DANDOY FLORENCE DAYTON DOLORES A. DEMSKE Mamstee Launum Manilou Beach Detroit ELLA FLANDERS FRANCES VIRGINIA FULTON ALIS MALINDA HENRIKSON H. HENRIKSON MARJORIE HOAR Chadron, Nebraska Tarpon Springs, Florida Newaygo Newaygo Petoskey One Hundred Sixty-four AY A IVCHOFF Lois JERRELL TEXA EVELYN JOHNSON ESTHER H. K.XORR MAVRINE KOLK Orland, Indiana Noblesrille, Indiana Holmrti, Wisconsin Detroit Fulton, Illinois SYLYIA KOLK HELEX LAIDLAW JANET LAW ELIZA LEISHMAN Fulton, Illinois Tawas City Detroit Cass City MARY ALICE MARKEL VIOLA MOCK ARDA MUCK BETTY NAOMI MVMUA ttesl Salem, Ohio Fulton. Illinois OnsUd Dayton, Ohio Ash Crore, Missouri LOREXA (ANE MUKKAY Pres. V. V. C. A. (Nurses Branch) One Hundred Sixtr-ft A ew i ork City Tecumseh Battle Creek LYNDON McCARROLL ELLA E. MCNEIL .... JOSEPHINE E. NICHOLS ..... Class Vice-Pres. (3); Pres. Nurses ' Student Council BORGHILD K. OAS NATALIA A. PERDOMO SUSIE BURRETT PRESLEY ANNA LOUISE RAY ESTHER H. REHM Denver, Colorado Bay City Parma Logansport, Indiana One Hundred Sixty-six RVTH A. RICHARDSON RHEA ROGERS ROSA MAY SAYLES ELIZABETH CECELIA SCHIECK Port Hope Bad Axt Monroe HiUsdale HETTY SHEPARD VIOLET H. TESSIN- VIDA WOODS Class Pres. (3). North Adams Saginaar Albuquerque, ear Mexico One Hundred Sixty-men RAUBENHEIMER HULLHORST 1923 DENTAL HYGIENE OFFICERS CORA RAUBENHEIMER . CATHARINE L. HULLHORST President Secretary and Treasurer One Hundied Sixty-eight VIRGINIA BURGER THERIS CARR MYRIEL Y. FLETCHER MARION Fox HELEN FRALEY Hiikland Park Detroit Kalamazoo Detroit Adrian MARION J. HAWHNS CATHERINE L. HULLHORST MARION E. JARVIS ALICE JAYNE Detroit Toledo, Ohio Grand Rapids Six Lakes CORA RAUBENHEIMER RUBY F. SMITH PAULINE L. SPRING MARY C. YOLLMAYER Pretoria, Sotak Africa Ann Arbor Pontiaf Toledo One Hundred Sixty-nine TO ALICE L. LAKE, B.S.R.N. Director of the E ducational Department of the University of Michigan School for Nurses, through whose wise judgments, keen understanding, and earnest effort, the high standard of nursing and the true spirit of service has been maintained in this school, we, the class of 1923 Nurses respectfully dedicate this page of the Michiganensian. One Hundred Seventy 1924 ERARY OFFICERS HUGH K. DUFFIELD HELEN J. DELBRIDGE . SUSAN FITCH ROBERT B. MITCHELL Vice-President COMMI 1 TEES SOCIAL THOMAS G. KINDEL. Chairman PUBLICITY HARRY D. HOEY ROBERT C. MORIARTY HOWARD A. DONAHUE LAWRENCE E. DOOGE CARL A. WEINMAN ELIZABETH A. DUFFIELD ELIZABETH HUMPHREYS CATHERINE D. RIGGS BLANCHE V. KYNAST ADVISORY DONALD W. STEKETEE, Chairman HARRY G. KIPKE AUDITING LAURENCE H. FAVROT, Chairman DONALD C. McCABE JOHN P. LAWTON ATHLETIC WILLIAM H. MERNER, Chairman FINANCE WALTER K. SCHERER, Chairman JOHN BACON R. HARDY MAGRATH FREDERICK E. GILNER ROBERT O. YOUNG One Hundred Stvtnty-one 1924 ENGINEERING OFFICERS JOHN R. POLHAMUS JAMES E. DUFFY . FREDERICK S. KRATZ . HENRY H. HUBBARD President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES ADVISORY J. R. POLHAMUS, Chairman J. E. DUFFY F. S. KRATZ H. H. HUBBARD C. E. SHEPHARD R. C. GRIFFITH R. W. PRESTON AUDITING R. C. GRIFFITH, Chairman W. G. CORYELL R. A. GRANGER W. E. DOTY SOCIAL R. W. PRESTON, Chairman W. C. KRATZ M. E. OLIPHANT KARL FAIRBANKS J. E. WILBUR PUBLICITY T. R. STEVENS, Chairman J. T. BLAYDON H. E. REED WM. GRAULICH, JR. FINANCE C. E. SHEPHERD, Chairman J. D. BRISCOE J. R. POLHAMUS J. E. DUFFY H. H. HUBBARD BOOSTERS V. L. DUNKLIN P. S. CALKINS G. L. DEFOE H. J. CORSETTE M. D. LATSON One Hundred Seventy-two DlXWIDDIE PERRY STEWART CALDER 1924 ARCHITECTURAL OFFICERS JOHN E. DINWIDDIE LEO I. PERRY AUGUSTA STEWART ROBERT F. CALDER President f ' ice-President Secretary Treasurer SOCIAL JULIAN R. COWIN FRED M. HARLEY COMMITTEES FINANCE EUGENE T. CLELAND GEORGE B. MELLEN ADVISORY ERIC MlLDNER ARTHUR K. HYDE AUDITING BARRY L. FROST LEWIS J. EVANS J-HOP REPRESENTATIVE ARTHUR K. HYDE One Hundred Seventy-three BRUNSTING MARTIN MERKEL GREEN 1924 MEDICAL OFFICERS L. A. BRUNSTING I. L. MARTIN C. C. MERKEL G. F. GREEN President Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer COMMITTEES SOCIAL E. M. STEVENSON, Chairman W. M. SIMPSON W. F. MANLEY G. F. PRICE J. L. KLEINHEXEL AUDITING R. L. GLASS, Chairman M. G. KLIATSCHO C. P. SCHNEIDER ADVISORY H. SMITH, Chairman C. D. MOLL FINANCE A. S. JOHNSON V. C. WRIGHT HONOR H. HOFFMAN, Chairman R. E. MUSTARD R. J. MONROE P. H. LONG W. M. SIMPSON RYAN YOST SEELYE ALLEN 1924 LAW OFFICERS RONALD M. RYAN EDWARD H. YOST WILBUR M. SEELYE JOSEPH H. ALLEN President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES SOCIAL JAMES A. STARR, Chairman STUART FRAZER BEN W. WINTERS ROBERT CRARY ROWLAND BUTLER FINANCE C. M. SMITH, Chairman L. A. NACK K. L. THOMPSON ADVISORY A. L. OSWALD, Chairman BOWEN SCHUMACHER JACK KELLY AUDITING A. F. WEICHEL, Chairman W. J. SCHWARTZ JAY P. SWEENEY ATHLETIC F. PEMBERTHY One Hundred Seventy-five 1924 DENIAL OFFICERS WALTER E. TAYLOR KARL VALENTINE. HAROLD L. HOUVENER J. CLARK GIFFEN President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMI ' TEES WILLIAM J. GARY, Chairman CLARENCE AUSUM WILLIAM STREIT ROSCOE BARRUS EUGENE BIELAWSKI HAROLD NICHOLS, Chairman WARDEN MOVER ROLLO MASSELINK AUDITING BENTON I. MARKS, Chairman HERBERT E. ARNDT JEAN H. CILLIERS ATHLETIC DONALD WAGNER One Hundred Seventy-six 1924 PHARMIC OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer ERNEST F. BACH . ANITA T. THOMPSON ESTHER C. SANBERG CYRIL F. HANFT . COMMr TEES AUDITING ATHLETIC KENNETH J. MACKENZIE, Chairman VERA EAG EN- FREDERICK J. WENZLER PAUL L. LIVINGSTON, Chairman EARL G. BURK WALTER D. STROTHER LYNN B. ROBY, Chairman ARVID P. BAYNE MADGE O. WALBORN Hundred Se:enty-se?en 1925 LITERARY OFFICERS HERBERT F. STEGER JEAN BRIGGS ALICE POWELL RAY BILLINGTON . President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer T 1925 ENGINEERING OFFICERS HAROLD W. MILLER WILLARD H. WEBB EDWARD M. Fox . FREDERICK P. HART President Fice-President Secretary Treasurer One Hundred Seventy-eight HAXXA WETZEL BARXUM JOHXSOX 1925 ARCHITECTURAL OFFICERS THEODORE B. HAXXA . MALCOLM WETZEL MARGARET M. BARXUM COXRAD S. JOHXSOX President Pice-President Secretary Treasurer CURTIS SCHEUM SCOTT HAZEL 1925 MEDICAL OFFICERS A. COVEL CURTIS FERDIXAXD R. SCHEMM FRANCIS A. SCOTT J. K.EVIX HAZEL . . President Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer One Hundred Serenty-nine BEUK.EMA KlNGERY NOONAN CuRRAN 1925 DENTAL OFFICERS JACK P. BEUKEMA RICHARD H. KINGERY . BERNARD L. NOONAN . WILLIAM D. CURRAN President rice-President Secretary Treasurer GOULD KOON MATTERN 1925 PHARMIC OFFICERS ROSCOE M. TWINING LUCIEN C. GOULD MARGARET E. KOON LOUISE H. MATTERN President rice-President Secretary- Treasurer One Hundred Eighty WOLFE HOFFMAX VORHEIS EwART 1925 LAW OFFICERS JAMES D. WOLFE FOREST HOFFMAN VICTOR J. VORHEIS WILLIAM A. EWART President Fice-P res ide n t Secretary Treasurer 1926 LITERARY OFFICERS President ice-President Secretary- Treasurer ROYAL F. CHERRY MARGARET RICE . ARLENE E. FLEMING KENNETH MORGARIDGE One Hundred Eithty-one COLEMAN 1926 ENGINEERING OFFICERS WILLIAM T. COLEMAN . HARRY W. McDurr WARREN C. TIPPY ROBERT F. JAMES President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer RlCHEY HAWN MAURER WATTS 1926 ARCHITECTURAL OFFICERS GILBERT T. RICHEY ELEANORA HAWN HAROLD V. MAURER GAYLORD A. WATTS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer 1926 MEDICAL OFFICERS President Vice-Pres iden t Secretary- Treasurer ALFRED L. SHULTZ COLIX C. McRAE LUVERN HAYS FRED V. THOMAS 1926 DENIAL OFFICERS GEORGE R. SWIXTZ RUTH M. MOUNTAIN Louis SCHULTZ GEORGE N. CANNON President ice-President Secretary- Treasurer One Hundred Eighty-three 1926 [A], MIC OFFICERS C. STANLEY WAGGONER DONALD E. DAVIS JANETTE F. DORRANCE EDWARD T. VENNARD President Pice-President Secretary- Treasurer One Hundred Eighty-four FEATUR C5 H s- ; s -tai; j - :: 5::: g " :,; :; " " a ySu;:l :. : ; :!Hn;; v V =[:=] ;JS One way of getting there. They had a fine stadium. As they see the game at home One of the crusaders. One Hundred Eighty-six I tf Liberty and equality. J a nslaughtfr. A rough gang, but not as hard as they look. One Hundred Eighty-seven A Remember the ice-storm? Where we study . . . Nature. Soon to be a memory. From the tower of the Union. One Hundred Eighty-eight They may not be in Holland, but they ' re still in our memory Roped, thrown, and branded. Our band in 1800. College life is hard on the head. Good-bye seats! One Hundred Ninety May brings Swing-out. Ready to pass out. ' Us nf passeront pas. " The j acuity come to(p). The passing of the ages. One Hundred Xinety-ont ovvv ' i j ov Lady-like . . . Gentleman-like. Not so good. . . . Not so bad. One Hundred Ninety-two Looking down on the good work. Through thick and thin. A soph disgrace. One down and two to go. Pull hard, frosh! One Hundred Ninety-jour " Wat ' s at tkf Maj tanigkt? " Prexy throtes a mean shoe. Way out yonder you know? Ifhy men are drcen to drink. One Hundred Sinety-fae SCENES AROUND ANN ARBOR IN 1891 Rather sad, aren ' t they? They always were a handsome group. Saturday night at a sorority house. " Taxi? " U-Hall in its prime. One Hundred Ninety-six Joseph H. Drake Earle W. Dow Fred K. Scow Alexander Zitcet Tobias DieUof Fred M. Taylor Fred C. f. James W. Glorer George W. Patterson Alfred H. Lloyd Fred G. o: ' Charles H. Cooley Clarence Meader H.Wait SOME OF THE PRESENT FACULTY AS THEY WERE IX 1891 I Louis .1. Strauss Thomas C. T r mM Alexis C. CyrenHs G. Darling Edwin C. Goddard Max tFinkler , Herbert J. Gomlding Mortimer E. Cooley Horace L. Arthur G. Hall James B. Pollock One Hundred Xinety-seeeu Col. Alfred H. White, Professor of Chemical Engineering, was Lt. Col. in the Ordinance Dept., and Chief of Research in the Nitrate Division from 1917 to p p. Col. Alfred H. Lovell, Professor of Electrical Engineer ing, commanded the Third Regiment, 310 Aitillery Train- ing School at Camp Humphries, Va., from 1917 to 1919. Joseph A. Bursley, Dean o Students and Professor of Mechanical Engineering, was a Lt. Col. in the Ordinance Dept. at Fort Wayne from 1917 to 1919. I Maj. Willis Shippam, now Assistant Professoi of Military Science and Tac- tics, was with the 6yd Coast Artillery Corps in the American Expeditionary Forces from 1916 to 1920. Col. Henry W. Miller, now Professor ot Mechanism and Engineering Draw- ing, was Lt. Col. of Heavy Artillery in the American Expeditionary Forces from 1917 to 1920. One Hundred Ninety-eight In days of yore the saiage Indian tribes swooped down upon the invading palefaces. We still hare this occurrence once a year at Michigan, when the furious tnbe of Michigamua attack about twenty of the most deserving seniors and draw them into their wigwam. The senior engineers who excel in all-around ability are taught the secrets of the Fulcans. Druids, honorary senior society, takes into its number a group of most worthy senior lits. One Hundred Ninety-nine Senior laws, whose personalities and work hare been unusual, are honored by member- ship in Barristers. I 1 Junior lits are taken across the burning sands into the mysteries of Sphinx. Junior engineers make Triangles in the spring and fall. Web and Flange, senior civil engineer ' s honorary society, take only those members who measure up to standard. Two Hundred Ruih Si. Dennis led the Deniskaam danters to Ann Arbor after their trip abroad. Irene Castle entranced the aiidience frith her costumes and dances of Charles Erans Hughes, Secretary of State, was a visitor last June and gone the Commencement address. raj a guest in December. Ttro Hundred One Willie Hoppe, world ' s champion 18:2 balk-line billiardist, came to Ann Arbor in January. Hugh Walpole, well known English writer and art critic, vijittdAnn Arbor in January. Admiral Charles B. Plunkett,who was in charge of the great railroad guns in France during the War, was a visitor in September ! i i Ted Shawn gave music visualizations and dance interpretations here in October. Mischa Elman, the violin genius, was first on the Choral Union program, here last October. Sir Kerr, secretary to Lloyd George during the War, gave two lectures on Political Science during his short stay in October. Two Hundred Two m Rurt Burke, of Ann Arbor, captained the greatest track team that has rep- resented Michigan in years. Bob Adams, of Louisville, Ky., as president of the S. C. A., did good work among the heathen in Ann Arbor. Sheldon Brown, of DuBois, Pa., as business manager of the ' Ensian, tight- ened the purse-strings of the business department mote than ever. Jf ' illiam A. Cotton, of Escanaba, told many interesting things of the engi- neering world in the Technic, which he edited. Franklin Cappon, of Holland, played a smashing game of football, and then starred in his own shy way on the basketball floor. Two Hundred Four Bob Gibson, o_ f Grand Rapids, because of his popularity amongkis classmates, was made president of the senior lit. .;... . . Paul Gofbfl. of Grand Rapids, capt- ained Michigan ' s Conference champ- ions in football, and was picked bv many as All- American end. Gil Ely, of JFaldron, captained Mich- igan ' s basketball team, and awn an un- disputed berth as center on ike my- thical .Ill-Conference. Jim House, Jr., of Jackson, as et of tke Gargoyle, made the girls g teith his jokes and sketches. Jim Hume Jr., of Jackson, as business manager of the Chimes, helped make it more successful than e?rr before. Egbert Isbell, of Ypsilanti, outstepped all competition in the Conference in both cross-country and track and was a big factor in bringing the two championships to Michigan. Fern Hillery, of Tulsa, Okla., as presi- dent of the Student Council, brought the faculty and students closer together. Howard Liverance, of Williamston, won many victories for Michigan by a foxy ball which he tossed to the batters who faced him on the baseball diamond. Bob Knode, of Baltimore, Md., stop- ped all fast ones that came near him on the diamond, and also was a valuable man on Yost ' s championship pigskin team. Bill Lichtenburg, of Detroit, managed the football team, and saw that Yost ' s conquering heroes got red meat to chew. Two Hundred Six MH. a n team . Paul, Minn., was UtAer ' i j. : -: -,.. red uncanny ability iseball uniform. O F ' 6electecDo Ed Meiss, of Cincinnati, Ohio, made the campus hum faith his opera music, and sometimes scilh his editorials in the Daih fi Bill Miller, of Oxfotd, I nd., forward on the basketball team, again ran true to form by being one of the highest scorers in ike Conference, in spite of the fact that he Teas out during ike ' latter games. Al Parker, of MiddUsille, showed un- usual ability in his management of the Daily business, which made possible the success of tiie editorial staf. Ed McCobb, of Sarnia, Ont., edited the Chimes, the campus literary maga- zine, and teas a big factor in its success. Johan Rorich, of Kroonstad, South Africa, as captain of the tennis team, raised Michigan ' s hopes for another championship. John Wesley Ross, of Sault St. " . Marie, because of his many accomplishments, was chosen president of the senior engineers. Doug Roby, of Holland, was a great backfield man on Yost ' s championship team and also featured on Fisher ' s baseball squad. Ross Riford, of Benton Harbor, as business manager of the Gargoyle, had consistent nightmares of engraving bills and red-heads. Max Schrayer, of Chicago, 111., was managing editor of the Michiganensian. nth an exceeding- : ' ::_. Tom Underwood, of Ann Arbor, was elected president of Michigan ' s greatest institution, the Michigan Union William Fan Orden, of Ann Arbor, mas a football and track man. In the shotput he was good for points in almost any meet. " Bullets " Stahl, of West Point, eb., edited thf Michigan Daily fchich is so vital to life at Michigan. ' L ' tz " L ' teritz, of Oak Park, III., xtas picked on one of fj ' alter Camp ' s All-American teams, and was also captain ol baseball. Taxt Hundred Sine SELECTED BY WALTER CAMP . F. Maulbetsch distinguished him- self on the gridiron for Michigan in 1914-15-16. He was picked as All- American half in 1914. Frank Steketee played football for Michigan in it)iS-2O-2i. He was selected as All-American fullback in igiS. Stan field M. If ells played for Michigan in 1909-10-11, and was one of the greatest ends Michigan has ever had. He was selected as .111- American end in 1911. Ernest ]. Allmendinger played tackle for Michigan in 1912-13. He was chosen as All-American tackle in 1913. Cedric C. Smith played football in 1913-16. He was picked as All- American fullback in 1916. Two Hundred Ten James B. Craig was not only a great football playtr, but was also a star track man. He xas selected as All- American half in 1914. Adplph G. Sch lz played football for Mifhigan in 1905-06-07-08. He chosen All-American center in 1908. made All-Ameruan half in Henry J. f ' ick played fooitall for Michigan in 1918-19-20-21. In spite of muck competition ne was self elf d All-American center in 1921. Awerl Benbrook was one 01 me mainstays of Yosfs team in lOoS- 09-10. He seas chosen as All- American guard in 1910. Two Hundred Eleven ATHLETIv 1922-1923 DIRECTORS FIELDING H. YOST GEORGE E. LITTLE HAROLD FRIEDMAN WILLIAM G. LICHTENBURG BERT E. UEBELE . LAWRENCE V. SNELL, JR. STEWART R. BOYER . WILLIAM H. MERNER Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Ass ' t. Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Interscholastic Manager Football Manager . Basketball Manager Track Manager . Baseball Manager . Intramural Manager RALPH V. AIGLER, Chairman WILLIAM A. FRAYER BOARD IN CONTROL OF ATHLETICS Faculty Members Secretary FIELDING H. YOST CLARENCE T. JOHNSTON ALFRED O. LEE Alumni Members JOHN D. HIBBARD, Chicago, 111. JAMES E. DUFFY, Bay City CHARLES B. DuCnARME, Detroit PAUL G. GOEBEL Student Members HOWARD B. HOFFMAN ROBERT T. KNODE Two Hundred Thirteen A Ferry Field Memorial The initial kick-off of the Illinois game as seen from the air. Two Hundred Fourteen FOOTBALL FIELDING H. YOST 192; Varsity Football Coach WILLIAM G. LICHTEXBVRG, JR. 1922 Varsity Football Manager 1922 VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD OFFICERS PAUL G. GOEBEL FIELDING H. YOST . WILLIAM G. LICHTENBURG, JR. Captain . Coach Manager PERSONNEL JACK BLOTT . FRANKLIN C. CAPPON Louis B. CURRAN GEORGE DUNLEAVY . STEPHEN M. GARFIELD PAUL G. GOEBEL JACKSON M. KEEFER . HARRY G. KIPKE BERNARD KIRK ROBERT T. KNODE STANLEY X. MUIRHEAD LsRoY E. NEISCH . DOUGLAS F. ROBY EDLIFF R. SLAUGHTER HAROLD O. STEELE HERBERT STEGER IR YIN C. UTERITZ ED R. ANDERVOORT WILLIAM VAX ORDEN HOWELL S. WHITE . Center . Fullback . End . Fullback . Tackle . End . Halfback . Halfback End Quarterback . Tackle . End Halfback . Center Guard . Halfback Quarterback . Tackle Guard Tackle Tyro Hundred Sertntten FOOTBALL Led by Capt. Goebel, a great end who was handicapped by an injury sustained in mid-season, Michigan ' s football team of 1922 completed its schedule without a defeat and is entitled to cham- pionship consideration along with Iowa, the only other undefeated eleven of the ' estern Con- ference. In every Big Ten encounter, the Wolverines demonstrated superiority in an unquestioned manner. There were no flukes about their victories. All were justly earned as a result of a power- fully moulded machine which executed formations in a pleasing manner. The players knew rudi- mentary football, and they realized the possibilities of every complex play given by Coach Yost. Aside from being an excellent mechanical machine, the 1922 Michigan eleven was resourceful. The men played with their heads and this is wha t counts in the present game of football. More and more, players are thrown upon their own resources and forced to combat conditions as they arise on the playing fields. This is just what last year ' s Michigan team did. Fielding H. Yost, veteran and respected coach of the team, showed beyond all question of a doubt he has lost none of the cunning which has made him one of the greatest coaches in American Intercollegiate football. He gave his team a versatile attack composed of the best formations of the old regime together with those of the modern style. Quarterback Irwin Uteritz, a great general, who should lead the pilots of the country next year, mixed the formations in such a manner that opponents were unable to successfully solve the various styles of attack. Although Michigan played superb football against Illinois, Ohio State, and Minnesota, there were two plays in the Wisconsin struggle which attracted attention of close followers -of football and plainly showed that every member of the Michigan team played the game mechanically mentally. At one stage of the contest, Gus Tebell, the Wisconsin end, was injured and compelled to leave the struggle. A substitute was sent in and here Quarterback Uteritz displayed a rare bit of strat- egy. Cappon was called upon for a fake line plunge. The new Badger end was pulled in on the play and all of a sudden Harry Kipke dashed around this end for a substantial gain. On another occasion when the ball was close to the Badger goal, the old talking play was called into commission. Capt. Goebel left his position at right end to seemingly reprimand Uteritz for calling a certain play. The Badger forwards relaxed in their charging positions and as they did so the ball was snapped and another large gain made. Many other instances could be cited, to show the Michigan team of 1922 was powerful and resourceful. Most of the players had football instinct, an asset which is not a common necessity in the great gridiron game. H-. Two Hundred Eighteen A L L - A M E R I C A X S of KlPKE Picked by WALTER CAMP ATHLETIC WORLD WALTER ECKERSALL KIRK Picked by WALTER ECKERSALL the 9 GOEBEL Picked by ATHLETIC WORLD (Decision of two hundred fifty coaches.) 1922 TEAM Two Hundred Nineteen Cappon smashes through for another touchdown against M. A. C. $4r The New Field House Two Hundred Twenty CAPTAIN GOEBEL " Paul " did everything that an end should do and then some more. His place mil be hard to fill when he leares arith his diploma in June. CAPTAIX-ELECT KIPKE " Kip " made Walter Camp ' s Att- American first team and teas the outstanding star of the country. REVIEW OF SEASON When the football season of 1922 opened, Coach Yost was confronted with two big problems, to build a line strong enough to withstand the onslaught of opposing backs and to beat Ohio State. That the " Old Man " did both these things with a vengeance is now part of Michigan ' s athletic history. The line problem was the first, and for a time the most serious one which the coach had to face. Graduation the previous June had caused the loss of such stars as Captain " Duke " Dunne, " Gob " Wilson and " Ernie " Vick. To find men who could fill their places was no small job. From the host of material which answered the call for early practice must come the men who were des- tined to play to a standstill the best offensive the West could offer. Early in the season it became apparent that Blott, Vandervoort, Slaughter, Rosatti and Steele must bear the brunt of the attack. The backfield was never a serious worn, ' . Coach Yost was fortunate to have such men as Uteritz? Kipke, Cappon, Knode. Reefer, Steger, and Dunleavy from which to choose four men to compose the Michigan backfield. The competition was keen indeed, and as a result, seldom has a football team boasted so many backs of exceptional ability. Four veteran men for the wing positions. Captain Goebel, Kirk, Neisch and Curran made up the remainder of the team. Michigan ' s schedule, one of the hardest that a Michigan team has attempted for many seasons, contained at least one unique feature the dedication of Dudley Stadium of Yanderbilt at Nash- ville, on October 14, and the dedication of Ohio State University Stadium, at Columbus, on Oc- tober 21. The season proper opened with the Case game at Ann Arbor. The game was played on a slip- pen.- field with intermittent showers falling throughout the contest. Conditions, however un- favorable, did not keep Michigan from winning handily by a score of 48-0. Kipke at halfback was easily the star of the game making two touchdowns and carrying the ball for many long gains that resulted in touchdowns before he was relieved. Cappon and Roby smashed through the line for constant gains. Before the contest was ended all the squad had had their baptism of fire. The Ttco Hundred Twenty-one STEGER " Herb ' s " first year on the Farsity proved his worth to next year ' s team. He is one of the two Michigan back- field men who possesses a deceptive change of pace. BLOTT " Jack " was consistent in opening holes for the back field in the enemy ' s line. His blocking was exceptional. UTERITZ " Utz " showed his exceptional gen- eralship at quarterback all season. He won a position on Walter Camp ' s . third team. line, most of whom were on trial, came through with flying colors and gave promise of great power. Next came the Vanderbilt game at Nashville. On the afternoon of October 14, following im- pressive dedicatory services before the governors of two states and a crowd of 25,000 rabid fans, two of the best football machines in the country battled to a scoreless tie. Michigan had several opportunities to score, being once held for downs on the one yard line and several times having offensive drives stopped by penalties at crucial moments. Although the tie game was regarded Kipke is caught in midair by M. A. C. Two Hundred Twenty-two as a defeat by Michigan fans, it proved that the line, which up to this time had been an unknown quantity, had developed into a dependable stonewall defense. The team then began to concentrate in earnest upon the next game, that with Ohio State. Behind closed gates the Varsity worked long hours to perfect plays. The game was played under ideal weather conditions. Before a crowd of 80,000 spectators, the largest that ever witnessed a football contest, Michigan crashed through to a splendid 19-0 victory over her traditional enemy. The outcome was never in doubt. Michigan scored first early in the first quarter when Captain Paul Goebel standing on the 27 yard line, place-kicked the pigskin between the uprights for a three point lead, which eventually proved to be all that Michigan needed to win the game. Again in the first quarter Kipke took the ball on a trick play and ran 25 yards for a touchdown. So com- pletely was the Ohio team outwitted that Kipke had slid across for the touchdown before the whereabouts of the ball was ascertained. In the third quarter Kipke intercepted one of Work- man ' s forward passes and behind good interference squirmed and twisted 45 yards through the entire Ohio State team for another touchdown. Again in the fourth quarter the versatile Kipke added three more points to the total with a drop kick from the thirty-seven yard line, running the total up to 19. It was a perfect game, a great dedication and a wonderful victory which wiped out the ignominy of three previous defeats at the hands of the Buckeyes. But the advantage was not gained without cost. Early in the game Roby had suffered a fractured leg and a little later Vandervoort was removed from the fray with a broken wrist. It was hard to replace these men for the remainder of the season. On October 28, Coach Zuppke ' s green but fighting Illini invaded Ferry Field. Michigan, after a stubborn resistance, won easily by a score of 24-0. In five days of practice Coach Yost had changed Knode from a quarterback to fill the halfback position left vacant by Roby and had groomed Rosatti for the position Vandervoort had left vacant. Michigan played a smashing kind of foot- ball interspersing the aerial game with telling effect. At the beginning of the second half, " Bernie " Kirk scooped up the Sucker kickoff and ran 75 yards for a touchdown in one of the most sensational plays ever seen on Ferry Field. Every man played hard consistent football, the line plunging of Cappon being an outstanding feature. November 4, Michigan State Agricultural College came to Ann Arbor and returned to Lansing with a 63-0 defeat against them. The powerful Wolverine eleven opened an offensive that could not be withstood. Before the contest had progressed far, an entire substitute team was playing for Michigan. The score continued to mount regardless. Cappon charges around right end in ike Illinois game. Two Hundred Twenty-three Michigan rushes down on the Wisconsin kick-off. DuNLEAVY George substituted at fullback. With two more years he gives promise of becoming one of the best players that Michigan has seen in some time. KIRK " Sernie " made Walter Camp ' s second All-American team at end. By many critics he was considered to be the best end the season developed anywhere in the country, Michigan has had few men whose all around play surpassed his. Illinois is forced to kick from behind her own goal line. Two Hundred Twenty-fou Neisch at end and Steger at halfback displayed a brand of football that marked them as men of exceptional ability. Michigan completed fourteen forward passes in the course of the pastime. After a two weeks ' rest the Wisconsin team met defeat at the hands of the Wolverine machine by a score of 13-6. Fully 40,000 enthusiasts of the gridiron game witnessed the spectacle which developed into a duel of open field prowess between Williams of Wisconsin and Kipke of Michigan. The break of the game came in the second period when Uteritz, standing in midfield, tossed a 25 yard pass into the waiting hands of Kipke who dodged the remaining distance for a touchdown. In the third quarter Michigan hit her stride and in a series of end runs, with Kipke and Keefer carrying the ball ripped her way to the Badger one yard line. From there " Cappy " Cappon crashed over for the second score. Wisconsin never stopped fighting and in the last period with only three minutes to play completed a forward pass, Barr to Pulaski, for the first score that had been registered against the Wolverines in 1922. The season closed with the annual battle with Minnesota at Minneapolis ' . The outcome of this involved, among other things, an undefeated season and the possession of the " Little Brown Jug " . Roby, his leg healed, had again returned to the fold ready for duty. For the first time dur- ing the season the Wolverines were forced to come from behind to win. Minnesota scored early in the game on a Michigan punt that went astray. The team was forced to fight their way up hill through desperate resistance to a 16-7 victory. It is almost impossible to pick an outstanding star in the contest. Eleven men wearing blue jerseys blocked, tackled and ran as one, each deter- mined to do his part to bring a glorious season to a fitting close. So it is that not one or two are responsible for the " Brown Jug " reposing in Waterman gymnasium. Likewise every member of the squad is responsible for the enviable, undefeated record of Michigan ' s football team during the season of 1922. Cappon breaks through the M. A. C. line for fifteen yards Goebel adds another point against M. A. C. by kicking the pigskin between the uprights. MulRHEAD " Stan " was given honorable men- tion by Walter Camp. He was a fast and aggressive tackle at all times. KNODE " Bob " played both quarter and half, whichever the occasion demanded, and did both exceptionally well. NEISCH " Roy " played at end in all the big games. He has another year in which to surpass his consistent record. Two Hundred Twenty-six ROBY Doug ' s playing was sorely missed when he had the misfortune to frac- ture his leg in -the Ohio State game. His return to the squad just before the final game teas a big factor in Minnesota ' s defeat. YAXDERVOORT " fan " was Muirheads consistent running mate until injuries received in the Ohio game kept him on the bench. He has another year to play. ROSATTI Rosatti filled the hole left roc ant when Vandervoort broke his arm at Ohio State. Such work as his made the line impregnable. Cappon dices over the pile for a first down and two to go. Two Hundred Twenty seven Sieger slips through center for a ten yard gain in the Wisconsin fracas CAPPON " Cappie " received honorable men- tion from Walter Camp. His line plunging gained many yards for the Wolverines. STEELE Steele played a whale of a game in the center of the line. Opposing backs got up slowly after he hit them. WHITE White fought his way up from the Reserves and into the 0. S. U. game which won him the MaKe " M " . Two Hundred Twenty-eight THE COACHING STAFF HAHX MATHER GOETZ EIMEN FISHER KEEPER " Jack " circled the opposing ends and snared passes out of the air al- most at will during the entire season. He plays halfback and is a sopho- SLAUGHTER " Butch " played nearly every posi- tion in the line except the end posi- tion and always outplayed his op- ponent. He has two more years to play. Successise short gains added another touchdown against Illinois. Two Hundred Twenty-nine Wolverines talking over signals in the Illinois battle. CuRRAN " Louie " -played end when injuries didn ' t keep him on the bench. In no small way was he responsible for Minnesota ' s defeat. VAN ORDEN " Yarney " could always be depended upon to stem the attack of the enemy backs. He played at guard. GARFIELD " Steve " plugged one of the holes that gapped on either side of center in fine style. This is his first year of Farsity competition. M. A. C. ' s line could not resist Cappon ' s plunge for a touchdown. Two Hundred Thirty BAS E BALL RAY L. FISHER 192; Varsity Baseball Coach HUGH G. ILSOX 1922 Varsity Baseball Manager 1922 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM OFFICERS HENRY A. VICK RAY L. FISHER HUGH E. Captain Coach Manager PERSONNEL JACK L. BLOTT . MILTON A. DIXON HAROLD . ELLIOTT HARRY G. KIPKE ADOLF KLEIN . ROBERT KNODE HOWARD J. LIVERANCE MEYER PAPER DOUGLAS ROSY JOHN H. SHACKLEFORD ARTHUR J. SHULTZ IRWIN C. UTERITZ . HENRY A. VICK . CLARK WIMBLES Catcher Pitcher . Pitcher Center Field . Left Field First Base Piuher Third Base Left Field Right Field Pitcher . Short Stop . Catcher Second Base Two Hundred Thirty-three BASEBALL Michigan has been a power in Western Conference baseball over a stretch of many seasons. She has always been there, or thereabouts, in the struggle for western collegiate honors. In 1922 there was a splendid prospect of the Maize and Blue again reach- ing the top and this promise was sustained until the close of the season when Wisconsin managed to get a one-game advantage that gave her the title, Michigan being runner-up. The race was close, competition keen and the best of sportsmanship pre- vailed. On the southern trip Michigan won six out of eight games. The Con- ference started with a 3-1 victory over Illinois followed by a 9-1 victory over Chicago. Wisconsin came next. Michigan triumphed 9-3 over the team that was to beat her out of the title in another month. There followed a 5-1 victory over Iowa and then came the first defeat. Ohio State upset calculations by beating Michigan 4-3 and before the Wolverines recovered they had also lost to Illinois, 7-3. Michigan met Iowa again and managed to win a hard struggle by a 10-9 score. Two shutout victories followed, Chicago was beaten 5-0 and Minnesota 7-0. Another victory 4-1 over Minnesota followed. Then came Wisconsin. The Badgers beat the Wolverines 4-1 and that defeat prevented Michigan from winning the Western Conference title. Michigan closed the season with a 9-1 victory over Ohio State but the cham- pionship was lost by that time. Two Hundred Thirty-four CAPTJUX YICK " Ernie ' s " performance behind the bat was in no small measure responsible for tke excellent shotting of Michi- gan ' s baseball team. CAPTAIN-ELECT UTERITZ " L ' tz " nerer allowed ike runner to beat out infield hits when the ball came doarn betaseen second and third. He teas rated as the best " lead of ' man in ike con- ference. REVIEW OF SEASON Starting with eight veterans around which to build a championship contender, Coach Ray L. Fisher began the task of developing the 1922 baseball team. The June before, Pen-in, Van Boven, Karpus, Gennebach, and Ronan had played their last game. The infield was the most serious problem with Uteritz the only man who remained of the first line defense of the 1922 team. Shack- leford had performed at first base in a very creditable manner, but the outfield was " Johnnie ' s " position. The final solution came when " Utz " was shifted to short stop and imbles, a man of known ability, whom ineligibility had kept out of the competition in previous seasons, was placed at second. " Mike " Paper outdistanced the other aspirants for the third sack and played there throughout the season. On first " Bob " Knode had no difficulty in convincing Fisher that he could hold down that station in a decidingly pleasing manner. Knode ' s ability left Shackleford free to cavort in right field. In center field it was necessary to find someone to replace Jack Perrin and the lot fell to versatile Harry Kipke. In left field Roby and Klein alternated, depending upon which arm the opposing pitcher used. Dixon and Liverance, veteran pitchers, could be depended upon to win the big games, so the most important department of college ball was well taken care of. The catching department was fortified with Captain " Ernie " Vick. Dope points to the fact that beyond doubt Vick excelled all the other Conference receivers in every way. As an understudy to Vick, Jack Blott, a sophomore, gave promise of some day equaling Vick behind the bat. After long weeks of work in the gymnasium and a few days work on Ferry Field, the season opened. As usual, Michigan made her early season jaunt in Dixie, and played against teams that had had much more time out of doors than had Michigan. The Wolverines won six games in eight starts. Kentucky, the first team met, went down 9-1 before the hard hitting Fisherites. Then came a two game series with Georgia. Michigan lost the first game 3-2 but came back the follow- ing afternoon and won in the twelfth inning, 5-3. Camp Benning, Georgia, was then taken into camp for a pair of games. Michigan won both of them, the score being 9-8 in the first, and I i-O in the second. Next Birmingham Southern College was beaten 107. The team then came north to Nashville for two games with Vanderbilt. The first contest went to the Southerners 4-3. In Tax Hundred Thirly-fae the second Michigan evened things up by coming out on the long end of an 8-3 slugfest. Elliott divided the mound work with Schultz and both came through with flying colors. Throughout the sojourn, south of the Mason Dixon line, the hitting of Knode, Kipke and Paper was the bright spot in Michigan ' s offensive. Considering the length of time the pitchers had been out of doors, all gave a good account of themselves. Dixon and Liverance performed especially well. Conference competition opened at Ferry Field with Illinois on April 22. Dixon received the mound assignment for the Wolverines and at all times had the Illini at bay. He allowed five hits, one of which was Captain McCurdy ' s screaming homer in the first inning. Michigan bunched hits in her half of the opening session and tallied twice. Later in the contest, with Illinois safely at the mercy of Dixon ' s slants, another score was added for good measure. Michigan 3, Illinois I. The first meeting with Wisconsin, April 29, found the Wolverines victorious by a 9-2 count. Knode again starred at bat and Michigan climbed into an undisputed first place. On May I, Liverance held the Chicago team to a single hit and struck out ten men, Michigan winning 9-1. Bob Knode held a gala day celebration getting a home run, a triple and a double in four trips to the platter. Notre Dame came next and in a loosely played contest was defeated 6-3. Iowa fell before the hooks of Dixon, 5-1. Captain " Ernie " Vick ' s timely singles were responsible for 3 of the Michigan runs. On May 10 the practice game with Western State Normal developed into a Michigan runaway. Seven runs were scored in the opening inning before the teachers got three men retired. The final count was, Michigan 14, Normal 2. Then came the upset. Ohio State, never considered as a dangerous opponent, fell upon the offerings of Dixon and aided by the misplays of the Michigan team gave Fisher ' s charges their first beating of the season, 4-2. Before Michigan had regained her stride Illinois had triumphed 7-3. Dixon was plainly off form and was hit freely. Jack Blott ' s pinch hitting was responsible for two of the Michigan counters. At Iowa, Michigan barely pulled out of the slump and finally pushed the winning counter across the plate in the nth inning. Only a ninth inning rally which scored four runs and tied the count saved Michigan from her third straight defeat. Shackleford ' s home run started the rally against the Hawkeyes. Elliott ' s masterful pitching defeated Minnesota 7-0. No Gopher runner ever got past the second hassock and Michi- gan ' s stick prowess early put the game on ice. The following afternoon the second of the two Gopher battles went to Michigan 8-4. Vick and Uteritz were responsible for the showing of the Wolverines. Chicago was shut out, 5-0, by Shultz who was master of the situation at all stages of the game. Shackleford got the longest home run of the season that afternoon. Dixon was ineffective against Wisconsin in the deciding contest of the season at Madison. Liverance replaced him in the third inning but the damage was done and the Badgers won 4-1. The season closed by the Wolverines revenging their early season defeat at the hands of Ohio by a 9-0 score. Liverance pitched well, and aided by bunched hits contributed by all his mates, was never pushed to exert himself. Illinois fouls over the grandstand. Two Hundred Thirty-six Knodf brings in two runs vilh a three base hit. DlXON " M;ii " s-fi.- Michigan s best pitcher. His loss was keenly felt when ke graduated in June. SHULTZ Shvllz developed into one of the most efective pitchers on the team. His curves baffled many a " would be " hitter. KIPKE Kip ' s hitting teas a big factor in the Michigan offensive. In center field he is a fast and accurate player. ROBY " Doug " developed a mania for fast ball pitchers. Ask the M. A. C. outfielders how far he can hit ' em. He played most of the season in left field. Two Hundred Thirty-seven w The Wolverines ' Dug-Out. KNODE " Bob " was the leading batsman of the Wolverines in 1922. The way he plays first base caused several big league scouts to cast long glances in his direction. ELLIOTT Elliott was easily the sophomore find of the pitching staff. His ab- sence next year will be deeply felt. Knode steals third and was safe. SHACKLEFORD " Johnnie " could always be depended upon to come through in the pinches wit timely hits. The right field garden teas his regular station. PAPER The third sack teas " Mike ' s " station which he held all season. He has another year to equal his exceptional playing. KLEIN Klein played left field and is the only man on the team that batted either right or left handed. He is a good hitter and a fast runner. ShacUeford gets the longest home run of the season in Chicago game. Two Hundred Thirty-nine Vic k is too fast ' or Notre Dame basemen Roby completing his home run in the 0. S. U. game LlVERAXCE " Howdy " , a veteran of last year, was one of the aces of Fisher ' s pitching stajf. BLOTT " Jack " ' substituted for Fick and gives promise of surpassing his old master in the art of caiching. WIMBLES " Shorty " was guardian of the key- stone sack. Hot grounders that came his way seldom escaped him. Dixon makes a safe hit to center fiM. Two Hundred Forty-one No effort to score this time. A-M-A MEN 1922-1923 BLAHNIK CHAMBERLAIN FOOTBALL GuNTHER HEATH HENDERSON RANKIN SMITH BENJAS McWooo BASEBALL MUDD NOOMAN SMITH STRYKER SWANSON TRACK HEATH KELLY NEISCH RANKIN SIEMONS SMITH THOMAS WHITTEMORE ARNDT DAVIS HATTENDORF BASKETBALL LANDRE MACGREGOR KRESSBACH TENNIS ZEMON KLEIN Two Hundred Forty-two TRACK STEPHEN FARRELL 1922 Varsity Track Coach RUFUS BAILEY 1922 Varsity Track Manager 1922 VARSITY TRACK TEAM ALTER SIMMONS STEPHEN FARRELL RUFUS BAILEY OFFICERS Captain Coach . Manager PERSONNEL JOHN A. BOWEN BURT S. BURKE . GEORGE CHUTE HARRY L. DAVIS DONALD C. DOUGLAS R. JEROME DUNNE . HOWARD B. HOFFMAN- MARION A. HUNTER NELSON JOYNER . JOHN LANDOWSKI CHARLES W. LEWIS DAVID E. MACLLVEX ILLIAM NAYLOR . LAWRENCE PRICE FRANCISCO PEMBURTHY CHARLES D. SARGENT . CARL J. SCHMIDT WILLIAM E. SCHMITZ WALTER H. SIMMONS STEWART STANDISH CLARENCE G. STIPE . Mile . Sprints Two Mile . Two Mile . Half Mile . Javelin, Discus Javelin Discus . Quarter Mile Pole Vault, Javelin Quarter Mile High Jump . Pole Vault Quarter Mile Two Mile . Hurdles Hammer Broad Jump, Hurdles Sprints Mile Shot Put, Hammer Tico Hundred Forty-fee TRACK After several championship years the pendulum swung the other way and Michigan had a mediocre track team in 1922. The reason for this was a natural one. Michigan had lost most of her stars of previous seasons, and in the Conference, faced Illinois, which boasted one of the strongest aggregations ever developed by a Big Ten school. The indoor season was started with a decisive victory over Chicago in a dual meet. The Maroons were whipped by a score of 77-18. Then followed the state relay carnival at East Lansing in which the Maize and Blue captured 75 percent of the first places and set three new records. The relay carnival at Illinois simply proved how strong Illinois was in all events last year. Michigan lost several men through illness just before the Conference indoor meet at Evanston and though twenty-one athletes were taken to the meet the Wolverines were unable to place better than fifth. The last indoor meet saw Cornell defeat Michigan 59-27 at Ithaca. Ohio State was the first outdoor opponent on the track, and the Buckeyes were whipped 89 1-3 to 45 2-3. This was followed by a decisive defeat in a dual meet with Illinois. The Illini squad ran up a total of 91 points to 44 for the Wolverines. The meet was marked by two surprises how- ever. MacEllven, of Michigan, tied Harold Osborne, Conference record holder, in the high jump, while Howard Hoffman of the " M " squad defeated Milton Angier, national champion, in the javelin throw with a toss of an even 200 feet. Then followed the outdoor dual meet with Chicago which the Maize and Blue won by the one- sided score of 89-46, Michigan taking nine of the 15 first-places. Competition was too strong in the Western Conference outdoor meet at Iowa City and Michi- gan finished in the seventh place. Illinois won the meet scoring more than twice as many points as Iowa in second place. John Landowski was Michigan ' s outstanding performer winning the pole vault with a leap of 12 feet 6 inches. Coach Steve Farrell took three men to the national intercollegiates at Chicago and two of them took first places. This meet ended the track and field competition for the year. ft) CAPTAIN SIMMONS " Walt " is another of Michigan ' s flashy sprinters, bring a consistent ten second man. CAPTAIN-ELECT BURKE Burt was a dependable man in dashes , ' the century being his best event. REVIEW OF SEASON Coach Farrell,at the beginning of the 1922 track season, had but nine letter men around which to build the team that was to represent Michigan on the cinder oval. Of the twenty men who had been awarded track letters in 1921, twelve had been lost to the team by graduation. This list included such men as Captain Butler, Losch, Walker. Westbrook,and Burkholder. In other schools veteran stars were plentiful. Early in the season it became common knowledge that pos- sibilities for more than an average team were very slight. The men who must carry the burden were not of the caliber of the men who had represented Michigan in previous years. From the All-Frosh squad came men of ability, but they lacked experience and seasoning. It is well to note, however, that these men, while not always winning, often forced their opponents to break records in order to win first place. Chicago invaded Ann Arbor on February 18, for the first meet of the season and met defeat at the hands of the Wolverines by a score of 77-18. The results of this meet, however, caused no great amount of joy in the Michigan camp. In the words of Coach " Steve " , " Chicago ' s team was miserably weak and the victory didn ' t mean much. " Jack Bowen, sophomore miler, won his race in the fast time of 4 minutes 29 seconds. On February 28 a team composed of reserves and men who needed the experience of the meet, journeyed to East Lansing to compete in the State Relay Carnival. In eight events the Wolverines won six first places and tied once for first honors. Three new records for the M. A. C. gymnasium were established. Next came the Illinois Relay Carnival at Champaign. In this meet some of the best track talent of both the East and est competed for honors. Michigan, somewhat handicapped by illness, was relegated into a minor position. Illinois, with the best balanced combination in the Conference, had little trouble in carrying off first honors. The work of Hattendorf , who won second place in the 1000 yard invitation event, and of Landowski, who tied with Merrick of Wisconsin for first place in the pole vault, are especially commendable. ith the Indoor Conference Meet at Evanston only two weeks away, Michigan bended every effort to polish off the rough spots in various events and to present a reorganized team. On March Two Hundred Forty-seven 1 8, in Patten Gymnasium, Michigan was forced to accept fifth place, being beaten by Illinois, Wisconsin, Ohio State, and Iowa in the order named. It was the first time since the Maize and Blue ' s return to the conference in 1917 that the Wolverines had not been serious contenders for Conference laurels. The meet was exceptionally fast, records being broken in the half mile, two mile and the 50 yard dash. Landowski, Stipe, Sargent, MacEllven and Smith contributed points toward the Michigan total. Indoor track came to a close with the I2th annual dual meet with Cornell. The Ithacans boasting one of the strongest and best balanced track squads won handily by a score of 59-27. The size of the score is, however hardly indicative of the nature of the meet. Every event was hotly contested and a number of close finishes prove that, as always, Michigan was not giving ground with- out a struggle. Stipe ' s toss of 41 feet Iij4 inches in the shot won first place and was the bright spot in the Wolverine showing. April 29 marked the first meet out of doors, the Drake Relays at Des Moines. Coach Farrell took a mile and two mile relay team to Iowa. All three relay teams placed fourth in their events. In the special events, Hoffman, Conference champion in the javelin, met his match in Angier of Illinois, a member of the U.S. Olympic team. Angler ' s heave of 202 feet 9 inches forced Hoffman into second place. MacEllven, star high jumper, tied for second in this event after Osborne of Illinois had won with a jump of 6 feet 6 inches. By slamming the pole vault and the javelin throw and placing men in every event Michigan won the first track meet of the 1922 season held on Ferry Field from Ohio State on May 6, by a score of 89 1-3 to 45 2-3. Hoffman set a new Ferry Field record in the javelin with a toss of 182 feet 8 inches. Landowski and Dunne placed second and third respectively in this event. In the pole vault Landowski, Naylor and Smith tied for first with the bar at a height of 10 feet 6 inches. Lan- dowski trying for a new Ferry Field record missed by a narrow margin. Illinois, confident of an easy victory over the Wolverines appeared on Ferry Field on May 13 and won the meet by a score of 91-44. Several unexpected performances by Michigan men in this meet proved beyond doubt the ability of Michigan ' s tracksters. In the javelin, Hoffman upset the dope bucket by defeating Angier, U. S. Olympic Team veteran, when he sailed the spear 200 feet and again broke the Ferry Joyner, Lewis, Seimons; Michigan s quarter -milers in the O. S. U. dual meet Field record he had created the week previous. In the high jump MacEllven forced Osborne, indoor champion of this event into a tie for first place. Landowski, badly off form, was only able to place third in the pole vault. On May 20, the Wolverines traveled to Chicago and defeated the Maroons by a score of 89-46. Michigan won first in nine out of fifteen events. The men were not pushed to exert themselves and the time of the track events were slow. In the field events, although no records were broken or tied, competition was keen and better marks were registered. Burke of Michigan was individual high point winner scoring first in both the 100 and 220 yard dashes. The Western Intercollegiate Outdoor Track and Field Championships held at Iowa City, on June 2 and 3 concluded the season for the Michigan team. The meet saw four new records made and one record tied. Landowski won the pole vault clearing the bar at 12 feet 6 inches. In the broad jump, Schmitz won third place. Schmidt heaved the hammer into second place and the mile relay team placed fifth. Illinois won the meet followed by Iowa, Minnesota, Notre Dame, and Michigan in the order named. Shortly after the close of school in June, Coach Farrell entered Landowski, Hoffman and Schmidt in the National Intercollegiate Meet held on Stagg Field, Chicago. That Landowski won the pole vault, Hoffman the javelin throw, and Schmidt placed second in the hammer throw, speaks well for the ability of these men and causes many of the unfortunate events of the season proper to be forgotten. III I Douglas plates third in half mile run against Illinois. Two Hundred Forty-ninf LANDOWSKI " Landie " won the National Champ- ionship in the pole vault. He also performed well when he chose to throw the javelin. DAVIS Harry was the best Wolverine per- former in the two mile run. With two more years of competition great things are expected of him in this event. HOFFMAN Hoffman, the smallest and best jave- lin thrower in the country, twice broke his own record for this event on Ferry Field. He won the National Championship meet from the best javelin tossers in the country. Sargent places first against Illinois in the low hurdles Two Hundred Fifty Bowen, Michigan ' s best miler, finishes his rate with a Ing If ad. . SARGENT Sargent teas the best timber topper of tke Afaiie and Blue squad. He won the 120 highs against O. S. U. in 1 3 seconds. ' DUNNE " Duke " , a veteran of the American Olympic Team, could always bt counted upon to collect a fete points in the weight erents. Simmons fights hard wish an Illinois man in the too yard dash. Tsco Hundred Fifty-one SCHMIDT Schmidt ' s main event was the hammer throw. He placed in most of the big meets. MAcEbLVEN MacEllven does over six feet in the high jump. In a season which brought out some of the best men this event has ever seen, Mac was always at or near, the first place position. Sargent leads Ohio in the 6? yard low hurdles Two Hundred Fifty-two PEMBERTHY Pemberthy teas a consistent man in the too mile run. He akca s gare his opponents a hard fight for the laurels. The start of the mile run, O. S. U. meet. LEWIS " Bill ' ' ' teas a quarter miler, a mem- ber of the mUe relay team and a good broad jumper. He graduated in June. DOUGLAS Douglas teas the best Mifhigan entry in the mile run. His loss by graduation teill be keenly felt. 7 " cro Hundred Fifty-three STIPE Stipe could always be counted on to win point; in his event, the shot put, against the best men in the country. tie also threw the hammer. STANDISH " Stu ' s " race was the mile run. He won third place in this event indoors against Chicago. Sargent places first in the high hurdle event over 0. S. U. men. Two Hundred Fifty-four NAYLOR Naylor could always be counted on to gather a in his event, the pole vault. JOYNER ' Nels " , though small, held his own against the biggest of them when running the 440 or the mile relay. SCHMITZ The broad jump was Sckmitz ' best event. He could also be counted on to glean points in the hurdles. Another first place won for the Wolverines in the Illinois meet. Two Hundred Fifty-five CROSS COUNTRY In cross country Coach Steve Farrell developed the most pow- erful squad that has represented Michigan in several years. Isbell running his first season on the Michigan team developed into an unbeatable man. In four meets including the Western Cross Country meet, Isbell was never beaten. In the Harpham Trophy race, run each season among the members of the team, Isbell cut 1 8 seconds from the record he had established last season as a Freshman, and won by a large margin. The record now stands at 26 minutes 26 3-5 seconds. The other members of the team, Captain Bowen, Captain-elect Arndt, Reinke, Rear- ick and Shenefield, while hardly in the same class with Isbell, were never far outdistanced. The first meet of the season, that with Wisconsin, was won by Michigan 27-28. On November 4, the Aggie harriers were overwhelmed by the well balanced Michigan team 15-40. Novem- ber II, Michigan won a triangular meet in which Ohio State, Illinois, and Michigan participated. Michigan placed six of the first eight men to finish. Score, Michigan 20, Illinois 39, O. S. U. 53- On November 25, the Western Conference meet was held at Purdue. Michigan won the meet, Isbell taking first after a hard fight with Scott of Illinois and Rathburn of Ames. Captain Bowen was the seventh man across the finish line. Score, Michi- gan 41, Ames, 72, Illinois 72. FARRELL, COACH REARICK REINKE BOWEN, CAPTAIN ISBELL SXEI.L, MANAGER SHENEFIELD ARNDT Two Hundred Fifty-six CAPTAIN JACK BOWEX Placed seventh in the Western Con- ference Cross Country Meet. He is also Michigan ' s best man in the mile e?ent. ISBELL By winning first plate in tht West- ern Conference Cross Country At eft, and by his consistent performance throughout the season, Isbell marked himself as the best cross country runner Michigan has ever boasted of. Start oj the Conference cross country run at Purdue, lUinois. Allegan winning the 440 yard run. INTERSCHOLASTICS Detroit Northern winning 100 yard dash. Pritchard, Allegan, places first in the broad jump Inter scholastic contests on Ferry Field. Two Hundred Fijty eight BASKETBALL EDWIN J. MATHER 1923 Varsity Basketball Coach BERT E. UEBELE 925 Varsity Basketball Manager 1923 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM OFFICERS GILBERT C. ELY EDWIN J. MATHER BERT E. UEBELE Captain Coach Manager PERSONNEL HOWARD M. BIRKS FRANKLIN C. CAPPON GILBERT C. ELY . GEORGE S. HAGGERTY WILLIAM P. HENDERSON- HARRY G. KIPKE ARTHUR B. McWooo MEYER PAPER WILLIAM J. PIPER WILLIAM J. RICE . Guard Guard . Center Forward Forward Forward Center Guard Forward . Center Two Hundred Sixty-one BASKETBALL Eddie Mather gave Michigan another great basketball team this winter. With any kind of a break in luck, with eligibility, and without illness, the Wolverines might today be resting in first place instead of being runnersup to the Hawks and Badgers. Any other but the " lion-hearted Eddie " might have given up the battle completely when he lost his two star forwards, Bill Miller and George Haggerty. Not so Mather. He simply buckled up his belt and battled all the harder. The loss of these two men not only beat Michigan out of a basketball championship but also knocked the Maize and Blue out of two more places on the All-Conference five. Miller was selected for the mythical honor five a year ago, and his work this year was even better up to the time that a two-hour con put him on the shelf. Haggerty played a brilliant game until taken sick. He should be one of the best forwards in the Conference next year if he recovers properly from his illness. He is fast of foot, smart, and an excellent shot. The season just finished marked the close of the career of Captain Gilbert Ely, one of the great- est centers that ever played in the Big Ten. Ely is the unanimous choice for All-Conference center and was the leading point-getter on the Wolverine five. Equally effective on defense as on offense, he turned in one of the most remarkable games at Urbana that the writer has ever been privileged to witness. He was simply invincible. It will be hard for Coach Mather to replace Ely. Franklin Cappon, who played his last game in the Iowa fracas, wound up his career in a blaze of glory. " Cappy " is a hard plunging guard, who is always on his toes and who stopped some of the best forwards in the Conference. Paper, his running mate, also played excellent basketball all season. He is fast, a good shot, and handles the ball splendidly. Paper ' s consistent work won him a place on the All-Conference third team. Harry Kipke, who will be back for another season ' s play, showed improvement with each game and should be even more valuable to Coach Mather in 1924. Captain-elect Birks is another good man Mather can build on in ' 24. He does his best work at guard, but sacrificed his own perform- ance for that of the team when Mather lost his forwards. All in all, Mather gave Michigan a remarkable basketball team a team when at its best was the equal of anything in the Conference a team which never stopped fighting in spite of handicaps placed upon it in mid-year. Mather is a splendid sportsman as well as a coach, a credit to Michigan and to the Conference. Two Hundred Sixty-two ELY " Gil " was placed at center on the first all-Conference team. He was the best center in the West, if not in the whole country. BlRKS With " Hoppy " at guard, the enemy teas forced to try many long shots as opposing forwards found difficulty in getting the ball past him. REVIEW OF SEASON Prospects for a Conference basketball championship being brought to Ann Arbor were never brighter than when " Skipper " Mather issued the initial call for practice in the fall of 1922. When it was least expected and from the most unthought of quarter came the clammy claw of " Old Man Jinx " chilling and killing the chances. Five letter men, Captain Ely, Kipke, Paper, Miller, and Birks remained as a nucleus from last year ' s team. Cappon, a player of known ability, together with a bright constellation of sophomore luminaries were also available for work. The season opened with Notre Dame at Ann Arbor on December 8. Michigan won easily by a score of 41-23. Miller at forward covered himself with glory scoring seven goals from the field and dropping in fourteen out of a possible nineteen foul throws. Haggerty, a member of the 1925 freshmen team gave indications of developing into a very valuable player. At the beginning of the second half, " The Skipper " injected an entire substitute team into the fray but the score continued to mount in alarming fashion. After Christmas vacation M. A. C. appeared first on the schedule for the night of January 3. The score of 33-11 does not tell the story of the game. Michigan repeatedly worked the ball under the Aggie basket but for some reason had great difficulty in getting the spheroid to drop into the meshes. M. A. C. ' s offensive was pitifully at the disposal of Cappon and Paper and at no time during the contest was the outcome doubtful. Coach Mather now pointed his charges for their first real test, the game with Illinois on January 6. Illinois, with a green team and a coach new in Conference circles, was largely an unknown quan- tity. January 6, however, proved the superiority of Mather ' s men in every department of the game, and the Wolverines won 33-13. The Illini were able to register but once from the field in the first half. Ely, Haggerty and Miller were the offensive stars of the game and managed at all times to keep Michigan well in the lead. Michigan started her first road trip with a 32-11 win over the inexperienced Minnesota team at Minneapolis on January 13. That the Michigan defense was as impenetrable as it had been in the previous contests is demonstrated by the fact that at half time the score stood, Michigan 18, Two Hundred Sixty-three KlPKE " Kip ' s " speed and consistent floor play marked him as one of the best men on the Michigan five. He play- ed both guard and forward. - CAPPON " Cappie " was a hard hitting guard and followed his man closely. The team will miss his support next year. Minnesota 2. January 15 the Wolverines were to meet their first real test when the Iowa team was encountered on their home floor. Iowa was plainly the strongest contender for the title and much depended upon the outcome of this contest. But already " Old Man Jinx " had made his appearance. On Saturday, " Cappie " Cappon while smothering the efforts of Gopher forwards had suf- fered injuries which forced his absence from the fray. Kipke took his place and played one of the best games of his career but the final count showed that Michigan had lost by an 18-17 score in a heartbreaking contest. The Iowa team presented a whirlwind com- bination that was a revelation to all who witnessed the game. With two regulars on the bench as a result of injuries, Coach Mather sent an entire substitute team to East Lansing for the return M. A. C. game. The Reserves had little trouble disposing of the Farmer five by a score of 29-13. For Michi- gan, Rice and Henderson played the strongest game. The next game, that with Northwestern, was won 16-10 by Michigan. Northwestern present- ed a fast short-passing game that went to naught against the work of Birks, who played in Cappon ' s place, and who aided Paper in stopping the enemy offensive near the center of the court. Michigan missed many chances to score at close range, Hag- gerty being the only player whose basket shooting was up to par. Rice, substituting for Captain Ely at center, covered the floor in good style. By the time of the Ohio game of January 27, Cappon had recovered .from his injuries and was again in ' the line up. The Buckeyes, greatly weakened by early season injuries, were not a mat ch for Michigan and PAPER " Mike " made the third all-Confer- ence team as a guard. Though di- minutive himself, the big ones looked just like the rest of them when the Michigan goal was in danger. the Wolverines annexed 49 points while Ohio gleaned 25. Miller was high point man, his total amounting to more than the combined efforts of the entire Ohio quintette. Captain Ely, still nursing an injured shoulder, got in for the last five minutes of play and scored from the field four times. After the O. S. U. game came a rest of two weeks for final semester examinations. Due to the fact that the gymnasium was used for the annual J-Hop, the Wisconsin game, scheduled for February 10, was postponed till the I4th of the month necessitating the playing of Minnesota on the I2th and Wisconsin two days later. During the examination period new troubles had settled on the team. Miller second high point man in the Conference was placed under a faculty Two Hundred Sixty-four ban and Birks and Rice were for the present, at least, conditioned. To make matters worse, Haggerty, Miller ' s running mate at forward, was taken ill and was out of the line-up for some time. Mather called into play all of his initiative to place a team upon the floor to meet Minnesota. Piper and Kipke filled the breech to perfection and Minnesota was turned back 34-18. A Minnesota rally that came late in the game was of no avail and Michigan won without being pushed. Wisconsin, an impressive record behind them, met Michigan in Ann Arbor on January 14. That the Wolverine five lost 18-15 d 068 not mar the fact that this was one of the best games ever played on the floor of Waterman gymnasium. In a game marked by excep- tional basketball by both teams it is a difficult task to pick an out- standing star. It is safe to say however that Captain Ely of Michi- gan in this contest branded himself as one of the best pivot men that ever wore a Maize and Blue uniform. The teams were evenly matched and until the last few minutes of play when Wisconsin gained a three point lead, the outcome was always in doubt. Undaunted by the loss of the Wis- consin game, Michigan met and de- feated Northwestern 27-13 at Evans- ton, on February 17. Captain Ely scored 19 of the points credited to Michigan and was a tower of strength both in offensive and defensive play. Michigan guards allowed Northwes- tern few shots at the basket save from the center of the floor. A second defeat at the hands of Wisconsin, at Madison on February 19 by a score of 16-1 1, definitely ended the faint hopes Michigan had retained for a tied Conference championship. Like the first Badger-Wolverine con- test, the outcome hung in the balance game. Closeguarding on the part of both teams and ragged shooting on the part of Michigan marked the contest. February 22 marked the second defeat of the Ohio courtmen by Michigan 39-14. Captain Ely, with a total of 24 points, was the mainstay of the Wolverine machine. Iowa, with an undefeated record, came to Ann Arbor for the closing contest of the season and defeated Michigan 19-18 before the largest crowd that ever saw a basketball game at Michigan. The olverines playing a phenominal game emerged from the first HEKDERSON " Bill " substituted at forward in set-era! Conference games. He is an exceptional shot. until near the end of the PIPER " Bill " played at forward when Mather reconstructed his team to meet the situation injury and illness had created, tie played an aggres- sKe brand of ball at all times. McWooo " Bus " being a big and rangy center mixed up the opponents plays all the time he was on the floor. Two Hundred Sixty-foe HAGGERTY George, playing, his first season on the Farsity, covered himself with glory. He is fast as a streak and shoots accurately from any position. Illness kept him out of the late season games. RICE " Bill " played center when Ely was injured and for- ward when Haggerty was on the sick list. He did both in a commendable fashion. half leading the lowans 10-9. In the second half the Iowa defense tightened and through the foul shooting of Funk, the Hawkeyes forged into a one point lead which they held till the timer ' s gun put a stop to hostilities. Michigan was relegated to third position in the Conference ratings. After the season closed, Howard Birks, star guard for two seasons, was elected captain of the 1923 team. RESULTS OF SEASON Michigan 30 Illinois Michigan 32 Minnesota Michigan 17 Iowa Michigan 16 Northwestern Michigan 49 Ohio State Michigan 15 Wisconsin Michigan 27 Northwestern Michigan II Wisconsin Michigan 39 Ohio State Michigan 27 Illinois Michigan 18 Iowa Michigan 34 Minnesota Two Hundred Sixty-six MINOR SPORTS TENNIS Winning eight of the eleven matches played, Michigan ' s tennis team enjoyed one of the most successful seasons since the net game became a Varsity sport at Ann Arbor. Weather conditions were unfavorable for an early start but as soon as the courts were in shape the team began to show promise of exceptional form. The eastern trip, in which the Wolverines met and defeated some of the best tennis players of the country, was decidedly pleasing. In five matches played, Michigan won all of her games by a decisive score Pittsburg, Carnegie Tech, Pennsylvania, Lehigh, and Cornell were pkyed. The Lehigh and Pennsylvania contests, although con- sidered as Michigan victories, were not completed as rain put an end to play before the matches could be run off. Michigan, however, was leading by a comfortable margin in both cases when the con- tests ended. At the Conference meet both Captain Merkel and Reindel in singles reached the semi-finals round of play before they were elimi- nated. In the doubles matches Michigan also made a very credit- able showing. The three defeats suffered by the Wolverine squad came at the hands of Chicago, University of Southern California, and Oklahoma. The latter two schools possessed combinations of unquestionable strength and were probably the strongest in the country. The team of 1922 was composed of Captain Merkel, Reindel, Rorick, and ' Sanchez. Reindel is the only man lost by graduation. The other letter men, together with a strong freshman squad, will form the nucleus of the 1923 team. Although the entire team played good tennis at all times, the clever placing of shots by R eindel and the slashing game of Captain Merkel are especially of note. CAPTAIN MERKEL RORICK SANCHEZ REINDEL MERKEL, CAPTAIN RESULTS OF THE SEASON MICHIGAN, 6 PONTIAC TENNIS CLUB, o Capt. Merkel (M) Reindel (M) Rorick (M) Sanchez (M) Merkel and Reindel (M) Sanchez and Rorick (.M) APRIL 29, AT PONTIAC defeated Capt. Leidy (P) defeated White (P) ' defeated Currie (P) defeated Slater (P) defeated Leidy and Currie (P) defeated Slater and White (P) MICHIGAN vs. M. A. C. MAY 3, AT ANN ARBOR RAIN- MICHIGAN, 4 ILLINOIS, 2 MAY 5, AT ANN ARBOR 7 5. 4-6, 6-0 6-3, 6-3, 6-1,6-1, 5-7, 6-0, 6-2 6-1,8-6, 6-2, 6-2, Capt. Merkel (M) Rorick (M) Reindel (M) Webb (I) Brown and Dubach (I) defeated defeated defeated defeated defeated Sanchez and Rorick (M) defeated Meyers (I) 6-2, 6-3, Brown (I) 6-2, 6-2 Dubach (I) 6-3, 8-6 Sanchez (M) 6-1, 4-6, 6-1 Merkel and Reindel (M) 6-3, 3-6,6-3 Meyers and Webb (I) 6-8, 7-5, 6-3 REINDEL MICHIGAN-, i UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, 2 MAY 6, AT ANN ARBOR Capt. Welsch (C) defeated Capt. Merkel (M) 8-6, 5-7, 6-1 Rorick (M) defeated Greene (C) 6-1, 6-2 Welch and Greene (C) defeated Reindel and Rorick (M)6-3, 3-6, 6-2 MICHIGAN, o OKLAHOMA, 4 Capt. B. Parks (O) O ' Connell (O) Harrington (O) Parks and Harrington (O) MAY 8, AT ANN ARBOR defeated Capt. Merkel (M) 6-74, 6-2 defeated Rorick (M) 6-3, 6-1 defeated Reindel (M) 2-6, 6-3, 6-3 defeated Merkel and Reindel (M) 5-7, 6-2, 6-2 Capt. Wirthwern (O) defeated Capt. Merkel (M) defeated Reindel (M) defeated Carren (O) defeated Merkel and Reindel (M) defeated R orick and Zemon defeated MICHIGAN, 4 OHIO STATE, 2 MAY 11, AT ANN ARBOR Rorick (M) 6-2, 6-2 Judd (O) 6-0, 7-5 Parks (O) 7-5, 6-1 Sanchez (M) 6 I, 6-4 irthwein and Judd (O)6-i, 6-3 Parks and Carron (O) 6-3, 6-2 MICHIGAN, 6 PITTSBURG, o Capt. Merkel (M) Reindel (M) Rorick (M) Sanchez (M) Merkel and Reindel (M) MAY 15, AT PITTSBURG defeated Martin (P) Williams (P) Garrown (P) defeated defeated defeated defeated 6-0, 6-2 6-1,6-2 6-1,6-4 Cooper (P) 9-7, 6-1 Pfeiffer and Williams (P) 6-1,6-2 Sanchez and Rorick (M) defeated Green and Galloway (P) 6 4, 6-3 MICHIGAN, 5 CARNEGIE TECH., I MAY 16, AT PITTSBURG Capt. Merkel (M) defeated Neville (C) defeated Rorick (M) defeated Sanchez (M) defeated Merkel and Reindel (M) defeated Rorick and Sanchez (M) defeated Swartz (C) Reindel (M) Keil (C) Copley (C) Swartz and Neville (C) Keil and Kopley (C) MICHIGAN, 3 PENNSYLVANIA, I Capt. Morgan (P) Reindel (M) Rorick (M) Sanchez (M) Merkel and Reindel (M) defeated defeated defeated MAY 17, AT PHILADELPHIA defeated Capt. Merkel (M) Mangum (P) Vanneman (P) Moran (P) 4-6, 7-5, 7-5 6-1, 9-7 6-2, 6-4 Morgan and Mangum (P) 8 all, Rain MICHIGAN, 2 LEHEIGH, i MAY 19 AT BETHLEHEM Capt. Beck (L) Reindel (M) Rorick (M) Merkel and Reindel (M) defeated defeated defeated Capt. Merkel (M) 6-2, 6-4 Beal (L) 6-2, 6-2 Koegler (L) 6-3, 6-1 Beck and Koegler (L) 64, 3-0, Rain MICHIGAN, 5 CORNELL, i MAY 20 AT ITHACA Suender (C) Reindel (M) Rorick (M) Sanchez (M) Merkel and Reindel (M) defeated defeated defeated defeated defeated Merkel (M) Barkeleu (C) Harper (C) Thornton (C) Suender and Barkleu (C) 75, 6-4 RORICK MICHIGAN, 6 NORTHWESTERN, o MAY 22 AT ANN ARBOR Capt. Merkel (M) Reindel (M) Rorick (M) Sanchez (M) Merkel and Reindel (M) Zemon and Klein (M) defeated defeated defeated defeated defeated defeated Capt. Newey (N) Schmidt (N) Brown (N) Thompson (N) 6-2, 6-3 6-0, 6-2 6-2, 6-1 6-2, 6-3 Newey and Schmidt (N) 62, 6-3 Thompson and Brown (N) 6-2, 6-1 MICHIGAN, 2 MINNESOTA, 2 MAY 28 AT MINNEAPOLIS defeated Capt. Merkel (M) defeated Pidgeon (Minn) defeated Kuhlman (Minn) defeated Sanchez (M) Capt. Norlan (Minn) Reindel (M) Rorick (M) Bross (Minn) MICHIGAN, 6 WISCONSIN, o MAY 29 AT MADISON defeated Gottfr itson (W) Capt. Gredwell (W) Moulding (W) Hastings (W) Gottfritson and Gredwell (W) 4-6, 6-2. 6-2 Capt. Merkel (M) Reindel (M) Rorick (M) Sanchez (M) Herlik and Reindel (M) 6-1, 6-1 7-5, 6-2 5-7, 6-2, 8-6 7-5, 6-4 defeated defeated defeated defeated Rorick and Sanchez (M) defeated Hastings and Moulding (W) 62, 62 MICHIGAN, 2 CHICAGO, 4 JUNE 3 AT ANN ARBOR Capt. Frankinstem (C) Reindel (M) Rorick (M) Evans (C) Frankenstein and Stagg (C) defeated Evans and Gates (C) defeated defeated defeated defeated defeated Capt. Merkel (M) Stagg (C) Deswarts (C) Sanchez (M) 6-4, 7-5 4-6, 6-2, 7-5 IO-I2, 6-3, 6-4 2-6, 7-5, 8-6 Merkel and Reindel (M)6 4, 1-6, 6-3 Rorick and Sanchez (M)6 4, 1-6, 6-3 Two Hundred Seventy CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP MAY 25, 26, 27, AT CHICAGO Merkel and Reindel both reach semi-finals 6-1, 2-6, 6-1 6-3,6-4 6-2, 6-4 6-0, 4-6, 8-6 1923 HOCKEY TEAM Michigan ' s puck chasers were successful in winning but four of the eleven contests in which they participated. Ineligibility fol- lowing the semester examinations played havoc with the rather Impressive record of one defeat and three wins in the first four games of the season. Captain MacDuff and " Eddie " Kahn were the stars of the team, forcing the play in every battle. Both are fast, deceptive skaters and handle the puck in good style. The work of Henderson at center was an important factor in the team play of Michigan. Comb at goal thwarted many shots at the Wolverine harbor during the season and was largely responsible for the low scores made by the opponents. The season summary as follows: Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan i i o o o I 2 3 3 i Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Minnesota Minnesota Assumption Notre Dame Minnesota Minnesota Notre Dame CAPTAIN MACDUFF I O O I 2 3 4 3 6 2 f COACHBARSS, CAPT.MACDUFF, KAHN, BERESFORD, COMB, HENDERSON, PETERMANN, ANDERSON, PIGGITT, FRIEDMAN, MGR. LlNDSTROM HOSKING Ttco Hundred Srrenty-onf SWIMMING Handicapped by ineligibility and inadequate facilities for prac- tice, due to the small size of the Y. M. C. A. tank which the team was forced to use, Michigan, under the tutorage of Coach Brown, won two of the four dual meets in which she participated and placed sixth in the Conference meet held in Patten Gymnasium, Evanston, Illinois. The completion of the Union tank coupled with the fact that the Freshman team contains a large number of men of unusual ability, make prospects for the future much brighter than they were in Michigan ' s initial year of aquatic sports. CAPTAIN F. L. SMITH Results of the meets are as follows: Michigan 48 Michigan 25 Michigan 12 Michigan 48 M. A. C. Indiana Northwestern M. A. C. 1923 VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM BROWN, COACH HAIDLE VAUPRE ELLIOTT, MANAGER ALDRICH HANSON SMITH, CAPTAIN KEARNS SEARLE PAPENGUTH MILDNER HUBBARD MIELZINER Two Hundred Seventy-two 1922 GOLF TEAM That Michigan in her first year of competition in Conference golf should win four of the five Conference matches played, and place second in the Western Conference Golf meet played on the Midlothian Country Club course of Chicago, speaks well for her prowess in this branch of sport. Sweaters were awarded to the following men: Captain Winters, Loeb, Smith, Slaughter and Steketee. Steketee and Loeb are the only letter men lost to the team by graduation. Every member of the team played consistent golf throughout the season. The spectacular driving of Captain Winters being especially note-worthv. . CAPTAIN JOHN M. WINTERS, JR. Results of the matches are as follows: Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan 15 5 12 4 12 Ohio State . Purdue . Illinois . Chicago . Northwestern 3 3 ii 20 o Conference Meet Chicago, first; Michigan, second; Wisconsin, third. STEKETEE WINTERS SMITH CROSBY SLAUGHTER Two Hundred Serenty-tkree ELMER D. MITCHELL Director of Intramural Athletics PAUL FRANCISCO . WILLIAM H. MERNER, ' 24 1922-1923 Intramural Manager Assistant Intramural Director SPORTS MANAGERS FALL SPORTS ROBERT YOUNG, ' 24 BASEBALL GEORGE W. TROOST, ' 24 BASKETBALL HAROLD S. ARNER, ' 24 TRACK HAROLD B. GESSNER, ' 24 MINOR SPORTS HARRY McCoBB, ' 25 1921-1922 Interfraternity All-around Championship Interfraternity Cross-country Run All Campus Cross-Country Run Freshman Cross-country Run All Campus Spring Tennis Singles All Campus Spring Tennis Doubles . All Campus Fall Tennis Singles . All Campus Fall Tennis Doubles Interclass Bowling ... Interfraternity Basketball Church League Interclass Hockey . . Interfraternity Speedball Interclass Speedball All Campus Foul Shooting Interfraternity Track Interfraternity Baseball Interfraternity Handball Interclass Handball Interfraternity Tennis . . Interfraternity Wrestling Horseshoe Pitching Interclass Basketball ...... Interfraternity Hockey ..... Other tournaments to be held later in the season. Won by Sigma Nu; Phi Sigma Delta, second Won by Delta Tau Delta; Beta Theta Pi, second Won by G. L. Hicks, ' 26; F. Finn, ' 2sE, second Won by G. Reinke; E. P ' ingerle, second Won by Paul Jerome, ' 25 . Won by Dunakin and Zook Won by N. Dreyfus, ' 26; W. K. Greiner, ' 2jE, second Won by N. Dreyfus, ' 26 and J. Goldsmith, ' 26 . Won by Senior Lits- Won by Sigma Nu; Phi Mu Alpha, second Won by Episcopals- Won by Freshman Lits; Freshman Engineers, second Won by Phi Gamma Delta; Alpha Sigma Phi, second Won by Junior Lits; All Medics, second Won by R. Moore, ' 23; Maeder, ' 25, second Won by Sigma Nu; Delta Tau Delta, second Won by Phi Chi; Acacia, second Won by Kappa Nu; Lambda Chi Alpha, second Won by Soph Lits Won by Zeta Beta Tau; Delta Upsilon, second Won by Phi Chi; Delta Upsilon, second Won by Kappa Beta Psi Won by Senior Engineers; Junior Engineers, second Won by Alpha Delta Phi; Delta Tau Delta, second Two Hundred Seventy-four PUBLICATIONS PROF. TILLEY PROF. SUNDERLAND PROF. SCOTT DEAN BURSLEI KELLY DUJCLOP HILLERY BOARD IX CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS FACUI TV MEMBERS PROFESSOR FRED X. SCOTT PROFESSOR EDSON R. SUNDERLAND . DEAN JOSEPH A. BURSLEY President . Supervising Manager PROFESSOR M. P. TILLEY STUDENT MEMBERS YERNON F. JOHN V. KELLY Secretary BURTON DUNLOP Two Hundred Seventy-five I. SHELDON M. BROWN Business Manager MAX ROBERT SCHRAYER Managing Editor MICHIGANENSIAN STAFF EDITORIAL STAFF MAX ROBERT SCHRAYER, Managing Editor BURTON DUXLOP ADYISORY CO.XLMITTEE SEWARD CRAMER CHARLES PROCTOR , ROBERT " . " . RICE MARIOX VAX EVERY JOSEPH VLACK PHILIP SCHXEIDER STANLEY SLOSS KENNETH KERR FREDERICK GILXER GEORGE A. STRACKE . LAWRENCE MACK RONALD SCHROEDER WILLIAM FLEISCHAKER ELIZABETH FORSYTHE UPPER STAFF Art Editor Photographic Editor Senior Editor Classes Editor Feature Editor Sports Editor Publications Editor Organizations Editor Music and Drama Editor Fraternity Editor Oman ' s Editor LOWER STAFF BETHAXY LOVELU HALSEY DAVIDSON, ELWOOD FAYFIELD, ROSEMARY LAWREXCE, RUTH McCoMB. CARL KOESTER, MARGARET WHITE. MIRIAM WICKSALL, DAVID BRAMBLE. MILTON GREEX, HELEX HOWARD, EDWARD THOMSON, YOLETTE FIXSTERWALD. FRANK WOODRUFF. WILLIAM ETHERIDGE, MILTOX PETERSOX, IRA DEXMAX. NEIL BARBER, F. R. SMITH. HAROLD KEXYON. JESSICA MEGAW. V ILSON WoRDEL. RlTTER LEVINSON. AcXES LYONS. ClARlBEL BoWEX, NLvRGARET BLACK. ELttA- BETH Dt-FFIELD, WlLLIAM HEARTING. BUSINESS STAFF SHELDON M. BROWX, Business Manager ROBERT MARTIX THOMAS KJXDEL HUGH DUFFIELD CARL WEIXMAX ADVISORY COMMITTEE BUSINESS ASSISTANTS SAMUEL GREENBERG Sales Manager Advertising Manager Organizations Manager STAFF GEORGE PATTEE, CASS HOUGH, JACK COHEN. EVERETT UPJOHN, ELIZABETH HUMPHREYS. Txv Hundred Seventy-serf tt.br iliirhigan Dnilq 6.000 S ' UDL.XTS WILL WTO MAJUOX B. STAHL Managing Editor ALBERT J. PARKER Business Manager THE MICHIGAN DAILY The Creole si College Daily EDITORIAL STAFF MARIOS B. STAHL .... PAUL WATZEL . ... JAMES B. Youxc ..... " I. A. BACOX E. R. MEISS LOWELL KERR, MAITUCE BERMAX. EUGEXE RALPH BEYERS, LEO J. HERSHDORFER, H. A. J. E. MACK ... . WALLACE F. ELLIOTT .... MARIOX KOCH ..... H. A. DOXAHUE . ... ROBERT TARR E. H. AILES BUCKLEY C. ROBBIXS Managing Editor News Editor City Editor Assistant City Editor Chairman, Editorial Board CARMICHAEL . . . Assistants DOXAHUE, HARRY HOEY, R. C. MORIARTY, Xight Editors Sports Editor omen ' s Editor Sunday Magazine Editor Pictorial Editor Music Editor Humor Editor THELMA AXDREWS STANLEY M. BAXTER STAXLEY H. ARMSTRONG DOROTHY BEXXETTS SlDXEY BlELFIELD R. A. BlLLIXGTOX HELEX BROWX H. C. CLARK A. B. CoXXABLE BERXADETTE COTE EVELYX I. COUGHLIX JOSEPH EPSTEIX T. FISKE JOHX GARLIXGHOUSE ALTER S. GOODSPEED PORTIA GOULDER ROXALD HALCRIM FRAXKLIX D. HEPBVRX WlXOXA A. HlBBARD EDWARD J. HICGIXS KEXXETH C. KELLAR ELIZABETH LIEBERMAX JOHX McGixxis SAMUEL MOORE M. H. PRYOR VV. B. RAFFERTY ROBERT G. RAMSAY CAMPBELL ROBERTSOX J. V. RUWITCH SOLL J. SCHXITZ FREDERIC G. TELMOS PHILIP M. WAGXER BUSINESS STAFF ALBERT J. PARKER JOHX J. HAMEL, JR., WALTER K. SCHERER, LAWREXCE H. FAVROT EDWARD F. COXLIX ........ DAVID J. M. PARK TOWXSEXD H. WOLFE ....... L. BEAUMOXT PARKS Business Manager Advertising Managers Publication Manager Copywriting Circulation Manager Accounts Manager KEXXETH SEICK WILLIAM GRAULICH, JR. HERBERT W. COOPER WILLIAM D. ROESSER CLYDE L. HAGERUAX CLAYTOX PURDY LEWIS M. DEXTER GEORGE ROCKWOOD JOHX C. HASKIX ALLACE FLOWER ALLAX S. MORTOX J. B. SAXZEXBACHER PHILIP NEWALL C. WELLS CHRISTIE PERRY M. HAYDEX C. L. PUTXAM WILLIAM H. REID JAMES A. DRYER HERBERT P. BOSTICK CLIFFORD MITTS EDWARD B. REIDLE EUGEXE L. DUXXE E. D. AXMAXTROUT HAROLD L. HALE WILLIAM H. GOOD D. L. PIERCE RALPH LEWRIGHT THOMAS MCACHREX Tare Hundr Two Hundred Eighty HEROLD C. HVXT Business Manager iflirhtnait Oathi , OLDS OPEN DIPLOMACY i u a p r ic - ' .. Iff LEO J. HERSHOORFER Managing Editor THE SUMMER MICHIGAN The Only College Summer Daily DAILY EDITORIAL STAFF LEO J. HERSHDORFER . . . Managing Editor JAMES B. YOUNG . . .... City Editor HOWARD A. DONAHUE. JULIAN E. MACK, W. BERNARD BUTLER . Night Editors DOROTHY BENNETTS . . ... Women ' s Editor HERBERT S. CASE. ELLEN XYLUND . . Editorial Board JACK D. BRISCOE . . . Sport Editor DONALD COXEY . . Humor Editor G. D. EATON . Literary Editor PORTIA GOULD ER JANET MENGES ASSISTANTS C. R. TROTTER THELMA ANDREWS HEROLD C. HUNT . TOWNSEND H. WOLFE GEORGE W. ROCKWOOD LAURENCE H. FAVROT EDWARD F. CON LIN BUSINESS STAFF . Business Manager Advertising Manager Publication Manager . Accounts Manager Circulation Manager ASSISTANTS PHILIP H. GOLDSMITH KATHERINE E. STYER ALMA E. YOUNG Two Hundred Eigkty-onf 3! h c 3 09 O o IK IK P a 11 f- Two Hundred Eighty-Two J. ROSS RlFORD Business Manager JAMES HOUSE, JR. Managing Editor THE GARGOYLE University Humorous Monthlv Managing Editor Business Manager Art Editor JAMES HOUSE, JR. J. Ross RIFORD CARL HUBACH LEE BOYD CLAYTON SEAGEARS ART STAFF HALSEY DAVIDSON ALBERT T. PECK DONALD CONEY CARROLL B. JONES PAUL KNISKERN EDITORIAL STAFF MERWYN LEATHERMAN CHARLES WOLFE LISLE ROSE BUSINESS STAFF DONALD STEKETEE DONALD FREDERICKS LEONARD GOLDWATER YENDELL HERRICK HERBERT BARRETT LAWRENCE FOSTER GUY KIRSCH s g S s a cj o z CO O f Bfl 1 2 o o a Q s S Gcfe O U ffl Two Hundred Eighty-four JAMES V. HUME, JR. Business Manager EDWARD C. McCoBB Managing Editor THE MICHIGAN CHIMES The Campus Opinion Magazine EDWARD C. McCoBB JAMES W. HUME, JR. Managing Editor Business Manager ADVISORY BOARD THOMAS I. UNDERWOOD HERBERT CASE MARION B. STAHL LEO J. HERSHDORFER MAX ROBERT SCHRAYER FRANCES AMES HAROLD M. DORR .... HALSEY DAVIDSON- KURT E. ROSINGER HOWARD GNAU. IRVING B. GOLDSMITH MARJORIE G. KERR ..... W. S. DIEHL. DON E. MULLIKEN JOHX STEVENS. HAROLD SEAGLE. HALL DE " EESE JOHN R. MERSEREAU. JOHN F. HUBER EDITORIAL STAFF Assistant Managing Editor Art Editor Literary Editor Associate Editors . Women ' s Editor . Pictorial Staff Issue Editors BUSINESS STAFF JOHN A. SABO. JR. LEONARD B. ETTELSOX RICHARD H. KRAUSE G. H. BOBERTZ H. T. XUTTING Editorial Assistants Advertising Manager Publication Manager Circulation Manager Foreign Advertising Credit Manager BUSINESS ASSISTANTS AVERT J. BERNSTEIN F. H. PINNEY HARRY L. HALL REGINALD D. LANG HARRY V. McCoBB P. D. BROMBERG Txro Hundred Eighty ae s I o C c U s = s 2 H o z J o Two Hundred Eighty-six THE ' MICHIGAN TECH NIC IMYLR5ITY MICHIGAN : I t t J. ALSTOX FISHER Business Manager WILLIAM A. COTTON, JR. Managing Editor THE MICHIGAN TECH NIC The Engineering College Quarterly EDITORIAL STAFF WILLIAM A. COTTON, JR. NATHANIEL BREWER . DONALD A. HOLM . JOHN A. BILLINGS . KURT R. KEYDEL HAROLD LUND ART STAFF J. E. FRONCZAK BUSINESS STAFF J. ALSTON FISHER - . . . JOHN N. GOSINSKI, RICHARD H. KRAUSE WENDELL E. DOTY. HENRY H. HUBBARD HOWARD M. PRESTON M. J. SERRA W. G. CORYELL F. C. POLLEN F. M. FREEMAN F. A. LEISEN W. W. SPANAGEL H. S. YOUNG ASSISTANTS . Managing Editor . Associate Editor . College Notes . Alumni News Publication Department P. KETELHUT, Grad. Business Manager Advertising Managers Circulation Managers . Sales Manager F. A. KIMMICK C. K. McCRACKEN T. G. HARROLD E. C. EDDY H. V. MAUER R. D. LAYMAN E. F. CARDWELL Two Hundred Eighty-siren ROBERT E. DYMENT Business Manager LINCOLN J. CARTER, JR Managing Editor THE STUDENTS ' DIRECTORY ASSISTANT EDITORS JAMES E. BERESFORD EMILY L. SHEPARD ELIZABETH S. HOYT . . . . . . Organizations Editor EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS MILTON GREENBAUM MARJORIE SWEET MARJORIE KERR ANNE KEIDANZ CATHERINE CAVE WILMA DEMUTH MURIEL RAY HELEN CRANE RUTH GILHAMS HELEN MCBRATXIE S. J. BUTMAN JOYCE VANALSTYNE LLOYD C. CARLETON WM. H. REID Assistant Business Manager BUSINESS ASSISTANTS J. H. WEIDEN KERR KEIDANZ CRANE SHEPARD DYMENT EIDEN BUTMAN MCBRATNIE VANALSTYNE CARTER GILHAMS DEMUTH HOYT SWEET RAY CAVE Two Hundred Eighty-eight ILLINOIS MICHIGAN ELMER E. HARTWIG Managing Editor THE ATHLETIC PROGRAM ELMER E. HARTWIG . . Managing Editor EDITORIAL STAFF JULIAN E. MACK JOHN GARLINGHOUSE PAUL ATZEL BUSINESS STAFF F. CHESTER SWIGERT FLOYD M. TESNOW GEORGE C. WEITZEL LLOYD A. MAEDER JOHN R. SHAW HARTWIG SWIGERT BILLIXGTOX SHAW VOL. XXI, NO. 3 JANUARY, 1923 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW CONTENTS THE LAW OF PROPERTY ACT, 1922 .... 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" On the contrary we would say, " Remember that we are striving toward good literature, " and " Remember that our writers are ambitious and must learn to set high standards. " We would say to them further that we are working hard and that we are printing the best things that come to us without regard for prominent names or for class distinctions. Above all, we are in earnest, and we are glad of the praise and glad of the blame of any critic who realizes that this is true. Two Hundred Ninety-one ORGANIZATIONS USIC DRAMA ! ORATO Two Hundred Ninety-three UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN GLEE CLUB OFFICERS HAROLD M. STEPHEN JAMES C. STEVENS WILBERT G. HARTLE GEORGE O. BOWEN PAUL R. WILSON- BLAIR K. SCHWARTZ President Manager . Secretary Vocal Director Instrumental Director Librarian ASSISTANT MANAGERS JOHN M. RUSSELL EDWARD C. STARK. CHESTER D. MALTBY COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN RAY A. BILLINGTON, Program CLYDE L. HAGGERMAN, Tickets CARL SCHOONMAKER, Publicity VARSITY GLEE CLUB THOMAS E. DEWEY BRUCE G. BOOTH FIRST TENORS B. G. BOOTH R. C. RUMSEY B. K. SCHWARTZ C. I. CAMPBELL W. C. KNOX R. L. WOOD FIRST BASSES D. B. CHUBB H. L. BRIGHT E. E. MURANE F. K. SPARROW V. H. SAUBLE T. H. MCACHERN C. P. JONES li. A. ROTH GEORGE Qu C. A. TOWSLEY E. W. DUNN R. T. HATT R. S. TUBES J. W. McRAE C. B. CUMMINGS H. F. BARRETT J. W. JUSTICE H. A. STORMS SECOND TENORS R. A. McFARLAND W. J. NICHOLS L. M. BATES A. C. GOETZ A. B. CONNABLE W. H. HENDERSON SECOND BASSES G. L. BOWIE H. M. STEPHEN N. W. McCoRMicK K. S. ANDERSON H. E. BELLES J. A. DRYER Leader Accompanist J. Q. WADDELL H. I. HOWELL E. W. BROWNBRIDGE C. D. CLAVETTE L. A. BRUNSTING W. B. BURDICK H. . SPANAGEL D. N. REID K. G. WlGLE T. R. SLATERY K. R. KEYDEL Y . G. HARTLE INSTRUMENTAL SECTION BANJOS C. M. BOSWELL C. E. FUTCH S. L. MENGEL B. C. DAVIS E. CHARMICHAEL S. S. HAWKES PIANOS R. H. SIMMS H. j. MORTON- TROMBONE C. E. CHURCHILL HAWAIIAN GUITARS K. Y. TANG C. N. TAVARES VIOLINS E. F. STRUBB N. D. LATTIN TRAPS AND DRUMS A. C. CHURCH SAXAPHONES J. H. BUTTONS F. S. ROBERTS C. A. CAMPBELL QUENTIN KLEIN R. SIEWERT Tiro Hundred Kinety-fivt UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN BAND OFFICERS WILFRED WILSON . CHARLES G. COLE ROBERT A. CAMPBELL CARLETON B. PEIRCE . A. MACL.AREX WHITE . WILLIAM GRAULICH, JR. KENNETH P. JONES HAROLD L. PACKER M. B. CURLESS . Director Student Director Faculty Manager Student Manager . Assistant Assistant President Pice-President Librarian FLUTES AND PICCOLOS GEORGE K. HIGGINS H. M. OSMUN E. D. GUERNSEY CLARINETS G. W. COLLINS R. D. HORN E. P. GuLBRANSEN A. C. BEAM L. STUTZ G. E. BACHMAN J. JERRELL W. E. COMB R. W. MEFFERT H. S. BUSH S. SMISETH W. J. TULLEGE J. F. BOINEY E. F. SMELLIE F. L. EVERETT H. W. HATHAWAY OBOES C. S. TAPPAN WM. SEELEY BASSOONS C. A. CAMPBELL R. R. RATHBONE CYMBALS AL GLEASON CORNETS C. J. COLE L. E. CORBETT C. A. WEINMAN H. A. BRINKER L. R. PRESTON R. P. EVANS N. C. ROEGNER W. L. MOVER H. W. JACKMAN L. E. BAUER L. C. COOPER T. C. SCHNIERLA HORNS A. F. HEYL J. F. SANDER C. E. PERRY B. W. DAINES W. E. BARTLETT M. B. CURLESS F. C. CUTTING W. H. McCRACKEN C. W. KLASSEN SAXAPHONES C. A. DEWlTT G. W. KIRSCH K. M. HAWKES N. J. WATERS Q. KLEIN A. M. SMITH CONTRABASS CLAYTON G. HALE DRUM MAJOR JOHN P. LAVVTON TROMBONES H. D. PACKER D. J. FRALEY W. T. FERGUSON J. D. MILLER E. L. EMENS P. B. H. PIKE G. K. ALTLAND J. SHEPERS BARITONES J. H. MAXWELL A. A. HEALD J. E. BACON F. B. FRALICK BASSES J. O. MOREY A. D. ALLMAN FRANK STILES, JR. R. F. WARD SIDE DRUMS K. P. JONES W. M. KRUGER G. F. RUCK H. K. LATTA C. WILBUR H. S. GOULD LONG DRUM D. K. GRISIER Two Hundred Ninety-seven The band is one of the many things that Mich- igan is justly proud of. Under the capable leader- ship of Captain Wilson it has become one of the really remarkable organizations among our uni- versities. The band during the football season was indispensable. It furnished much of the enthusiasm during the mass meetings, and its presence at the football games added much to the contests. It played a prominent part in the advance upon Columbus. Its activities are not confined entirely to ath- letic events as the Band forms a featured attrac- tion at several of the student entertainments during the year. Each year in response to an invitation of the alumni it makes a tour of the state and restores to the alumni much that they have lost since their departure from college. CAPTAIN WILFRED WILSON Director of the Band THE MICHIGAN UNION THOMAS I. UNDERWOOD THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL JOHN BURGE THOMAS I. UNDERWOOD KEMP KEENA . JOHN BURGE PHILIP J. SCHNEIDER . LAWRENCE DOOGE . JAMES DUFFY CALVIN A. CAMPBELL President . General Secretary Recording Secretary . General Chairman Reception Committee . General Chairman House Committee Upper Class Advisory Committee General Chairman Life Membership Committee THE DIRECTORS OF THE UNION ADAMS BUCKLEY Ross BURGE KLINGMAN BOXELL SHAW PATTERSON UNDERWOOD ANDERSON KEENA Two Hundred Ninety-nine EDWIN R. MEISS MYRON E. CHON SEVENTEENTH MICHIGAN PRESENTED BY MIMES UNION OPERA Book and Lyrics by EDWIN R. MEISS, ' 23 Martin Vanderdunk Gretel Wilhelmina Jimmie Van Pell Mell Michael Brinker The Director Marion Mme. Henri Fauchon Anaphasia Hans Brinker Kate Smith The Spirit of Vogue Boy Girl Maid . Announcer Announcer AND OUT ' Music by EDWIN R. MEISS, ' 23 and MYRON E. CHON, ' 23 CAST EDWARD PARNALL WILLIAM MACVAY LYONEL AMES ARTHUR HOLDEN SHERWOOD JUDSON BUCKLEY ROBBINS MYRON E. CHON JOHN P. LAWTON JOHN D. BRISCOE DONALD EPHLEIN CARL GUSKE JOHN GRYLLS HOWARD S. STIMPSON JAMES DRESBACH VERNON B. MYERS DOUGLAS FLOOD THOMAS H. MILLER HERBERT TREDWAY VERNON B. MEYERS CHARLES MURRAY GIRL ' S CHORUSES MARK E. CROTON EDWARD S. WATTERSON THOMAS MILLER MARK DUFFIELD ROBERT J. HUMMER J. FREDERICK PROCTOR MAXWELL FEAD LOREN S. GANNON LAUREN B. STOKESBERRY HERBERT TREDWAY EDWARD C. STARK MILTON PETERSON DICKRAN NAHIKAN J. C. MACGREGOR C. LA !AR BRACE DONALD W. BACOME MEN ' S CHORUSES HAROLD E. FRITSCHE WALTER GOODSPEED EARL C. ALLMAND GRANT WHITMAN MUNGER FINN WILLIAM J. ALEXANDER WELDON T. HAMES DAVID A. ENDRES WILLIAM VALENTINE J. DONALD SCOTT ALEX. C. GOETZ CHARLES C. CHAPPLE STANLEY C. STANCEVITCH DOUGLAS FLOOD JOSEPH PATTINSON THOMAS B. WHEATLEY HARRY GOULD LODGE D. STAUBACH JAMES W. McCABE WALTER K. WHITEHEAD WILLIAM D. ROESSER PAUL O ' HARA PAUL D. SPEAR TOY DOLL HERBERT TREDWAY MAID AND BELL-BOY DANCE Maid: HERBERT TREDWAY Bell-Boy: LAUREN B. STOKESBERRY JAMES A. RICE, ' 24 LYONEL AMES, ' 24 LYONEL E. AMES, 24 ' Feminine Lead " of the Opera THESE ARE SOME OF THE BEAUTIES AND STARS THAT MADE THIS YEAR ' S OPERA A " " WONDER! Photos by Raymor Studios Chicago ARTHUR HOLDEN AND LYOXEL AMES, ' 24 DONALD BACOME, 26M Three Hundred One MOORE HALGRIM BROMLEY THOMPSON HALE STEVENS ROBBINS DUFFY UNDERWOOD DRESBACH HALL BIRD RITCHIE EINSTEIN ARMIJO MORSE MARTIN CONNABLE FRANKLIN KINDELL KRATZ CAMP BRISCOE HILL SARASOHN OPERA COMMITTEE E. MORTIMER SHUTER . ROY HOYER THOMAS I. UNDERWOOD . FRANK E. CAMP . HOMER L. HEATH WILLIAM C. KRATZ . JOHN BRISCOE EDWIN F. RITCHIE CARLETON G. HILL JAMES E. DUFFY WILLIAM F. MOORE CARL W. BIRD SYDNEY SARASOHN . TYLER R. EVANS LEO FRANKLIN HARRY L. HALL ROBERT MORIARTY JOHN H. MORSE HOWARD A. DONAHUE THOMAS G. KINDEL . CASS S. HOUGH ROBERT W. WILKINS Three Hundred Two Assistants Assistants EUGENE L. DUNNE Assistants Assistants Assistants Assistants General Director Arranger of Dances . Musical Director . General Chairman Treasurer . Assistant General Chairman Stage Manager JOHN E. BROMLEY Master of Costumes ALFRED B. CONNABLE Master of Properties RONALD T. HALGRIM . Chairman of Program EDWARD W. THOMAS HAROLD L. HALE JOSEPH B. PATTINSON Chairman of Publicity PAUL L. EINSTEIN JOSE ARMIJO . Master of Make-Up IRA B. DENMAN Electrician Who repeated his last year ' success as the male lead. AMES GRYLLS HOLDEN ROBBINS WELCH SARASOHN MEISS STAHL KRATZ BROMLEY TRAVIS DRESBACH CHON BROWN LAWTON ' UNDERWOOD STOKESBERRY HILL CAMP HOFFMAN BRISCOE MIMES OF MICHIGAN UNION JAMES DRESBACH WILLIAM KRATZ G. CARLTON HILL President V ice-President Sectetary and Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS PROFESSOR Louis A. STRAUSS EARL V. MOORE BRUCE DONALDSON KEMP KEENA HOMER HEATH HONORARY MEMBERS E. MORTIMER SHUTER PAT NERTNEY THOMAS I. UNDERWOOD PAUL R. WILSON BUCKLEY C. ROBBINS GEORGE DUFFIELD ARTHUR HOLDEN G. CARLTON HILL FRANK E. CAMP JOHN BRISCOE JAMES JOHNSON HOWARD WELSH GEORGE HOFFMAN W T ILLIAM C. KRATZ MARION B. STAHL LEO L. NIEDZIELSKI MEMBERS FORMAND BROWN FRANK McPnAiL ROBERT M. WINSLOW CARL GUSKE EDWIN R. MEISS MYRON E. CHON SIDNEY R. SARASOHN JOHN BROMLEY JOHN GRYLLS JAMES C. STEVENS LAUREN STOKESBURY JOHN P. LAWTON RICHARD C. TRAVIS LIONEL E. AMES HOWARD S. STIMPSON Three Hundred Four OSMUX TRAVIS ATLAXD STILES DlXWIDDIE KEEXA NEWBUKV KRATZ FlSKE CAMPBELL MICHIGAN UNION ORCHESTRA THOMAS I. UNDERWOOD Director PIANO WILLIAM C. KRATZ FIRST VIOLINS ROBERT R. TAXXER FRAXK STILES SECOND VIOLINS JOHX E. DlXWIDDIE JOHN P. CHAXDLER CELLO ILLIAM L. NEWBURY CLARINET Hl ' BERT F. BUSH CORNET CARL A. WEINMAN FLUTE HOARD M. OSMUX SAXAPHONES CALVIN A. CAMPBELL THOMAS FISKE BASS VIOL JOSEPH E. MICHAELS TROMBONE J. K. ATLAXD TRAPS RICHARD C. TRAVIS Three Hundred Fire CONKEY ROESSER LIVINGSTONE PARNALL HENDERSON DEAN BRODELL BARLEY GRAHAM GOULDER TAYLOR SCHLAAK CHRISTENSON ETHERIDGE PROUDFOOT LOVELL GREENOUGH SCHMIDT HASSBERGER STIMPSON WEIMER HANSELMAN DRESBACH WERKHEISER FORSYTH FAYFIELD COMEDY CLUB C. JAMES DRESBACH RUTH WERKHEISER THEKLA L. FORSYTH . WILLIAM O ' HAWAY WENDELL HANSELMAN President Vice-President Secretary Business Manager Treasurer MEMBERS FRANK B. ANDRUS JOSEPH AVERY LOUISE BARLEY R. ANDREW BROWN VIRGINIA BRODEL W. P. CAMPBELL RUTH CHRISTENSEN S. HAL CONKEY ROBERT J. DEAN HELEN ELLIOTT WILLIAM B. ETHERIDGE ELWOOD C. FAYFIELD LOUISE GRAHAM CATHERINE GREENOUGH PORTIA GOULDER HoRTENSE HOAD ROBERT J. HENDERSON ALBERT HUNTINGTON HARDY HOOVER JOHN B. HASSBERGER BETHANY LOVELL CHARLES LIVINGSTON EDWARD PARNALL MATTIE PROUDFOOT WILLIAM D. ROESSER CARRIBEL SCHMIDT RHEA SCHLAACK CLEMENT SMITH HOWARD STIMPSON MILDRED SHERMAN LEWIS STONEMAN MARION TAYLOR M. D. SPENCER DOROTHY WEIMER Three Hundred Six III. DUNN BLUM HOCKING CHAMPION MACFARLAND TRUEBLOOD RAMSDELL HoLLISTER ORTMAN KYNAST COOK WAGNER DONAHUE REHMUS ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION ORATORICAL BOARD OFFICERS EDWARD T. RAMSDELL PAUL A. REHMUS MARION F. TAYLOR ROSS A. McFARLAND FACULTY MEMBERS PROFESSOR T. C. TRUEBLOOD PROFESSOR R. D. T. HOLLISTER President Vice-Pres ide n t Secretary Treasurer PROFESSOR R. K. IMMEL PROFESSOR L. M. EICH DELEGATES-AT-LARGE DONALD O. COOK BEATRICE CHAMPION THOMAS J. DONAHUE J. KYUANG DUNN BLANCHE O. KYXAST MARY I. HOBSON ALBERT J. PARKER FRANK B. ORTINAN DELEGATES FROM SOCIETIES BEATA WAGNER, Athena HARRIET L. BLUM, Portia WILFRID HOCKING. Adelphi WALTER RAE, Alpha Nu EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE EDWARD T. RAMSDELL, Chairman MARION L. TAYLOR ROSS A. McFARLAND BEATRICE CHAMPION MARY I. HOBSON PAUL A. REHMUS PROFESSOR R. D. T. HOLLISTER CENTRAL DEBATING LEAGUE Michigan Chicago Northwestern Question: " Resolved that the United States should adopt the British System of Unemploy- ment Insurance. " Michigan Affirmative Team Michigan Negative Team BACKSTROM MACFARLAND CLARDY MID- WEST LEAGUE DEBATES Illinois Michigan Wisconsin Question: " Resolved that whatever constitutional or statutory changes are necessary to make impossible the use of injunctions in labor disputes in the United States, should be immediately made. " Michigan Affirmative Team Michigan Negative Team L. GLASGOW DEMMINK JOHNSON SCHRIER COLE J. GLASGOW Three Hundred Eight HOCKING BEAN ADELPHI HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Speaker . Clerk . Assistant Clerk Sergeant-at-Arms Oratorical Delegate R. L. ALEXANDER G. APPLEHOF J. C. BROWN C. A. BENEDICT A. C. BEAM F. J. BRETTLE J. CLIFFORD T. G. BENTHALS D. O. COOK V. C. XIXON C. H. DELONG J. GLASGOW L. GLASGOW P. H. GOLDSMITH OFFICERS First Semester A. C. BEAN . D. O. COOK R. L. ALEXANDER . L. B. WILSON . ILFRED HOCKING ACTIVE MEMBERS Second Semester D. O. COOK R. L. ALEXANDER C. A. BENEDICT F. J. BUTLER WILFRED HOCKING V. HOCKING T. HUNTER V. E. LUSTFIELD R. D. LAW R. E. NEITZLEY L. PRYOR H. B. PORTER K. PRETTIE F. R. SMITH A. M. STERN C. TAYLOR N. W. WHITE C. F. WHITE L. B. WILSON MASTERS OWEN BIGGE ORTMAN MERRICK BRUINBAUGH JOHNSON SALZMAN CROWEL LAMBERTSON DUNN ALLABEN PROPHET DONAHUE BRIGGS ISBELL THIFTJE CORY SCHNEIRLA DESMOND CHENOWITH EMBLIDGE KELLOGG F. R. ALLABEN . J. K. DUNN F. V. LAMBERTSON E. C. PROPHET . W. S. RAE . P. H. KELLEY ALPHA NU Established 1843 OFFICERS . President V ice-President Secretary . Treasurer Oratorical Delegate Marshall F. R. ALLABAN G. W. BEAN A. E. BIGGE G. E. BIGGE C. L. BRIGGS J. K. BRUINBAUGH W. B. CHENOWETH E. W. CORY W. G. CoRYELL H. E. CROWELL G. E. DENSMORE O. E. DESMOND T. J. DONAHUE S. B. DOUGHTON J. K. DUNN W. R. EMBLIDGE MEMBERSHIP D. B. FREDERICK H. S. HANSEN J. S. HANSLOVOSKY E. D. HANSON R. D. HARPER J. HlEFTJI C. HODGMAN E. R. ISBELL N. B. JOHNSON P. H. KELLEY J. W. KELLOGG F. V. LAMBERTSON R. C. MASTERS W. S. MCACHERN R. A. McFARLAND H. J. MERRICK H. R. OAKES F. G. ORTMAN E. C. OWEN J. W. PAGE G. A. PARMENTER E. C. PHROPHET W. S. RAE B. D. RAMSDELL E. T. RAMSDELL P. A. REHMUS M. P. RHODES R. M. RYAN E. H. SALZMA.N I. C. SCHNEIRLA H. F. TAYLOR H. H. WARNER A. F. WEICHEL Three Hundred Ten THE ANNUAL J-HOP GIVEN BY THE CLASS OF 1924. JOHN P. LAWTOX mho ltd the grand march ELIZABETH WRIGHT CHILDS Three Hundred Eleven SOPHOMORE PROM OF CLASS OF 1924. NEWBURY SANDER GRISIER PACKER SHARP COLLINS BELLES JONES FUTCH PEIRCE FRALEY ROEGNER HARRISON A. LOCKWOOD CAMPBELL WILSON S. LOCKWOOD COLE ALPHA EPSILON MU Honorary Musical Fraternity HONORARY ALBERT A. STANLEY ROBERT A. CAMPBELL ALBERT LOCKWOOD ASSOCIATE WILFRED WILSON SAMUEL P. LOCKWOOD EARL V. MOORE ACTIVE J. E. BACON HAROLD E. BELLES CHARLES J. COLE GEORGE W. COLLINS DONALD J. FRALEY CHARLES E. FUTCH W. HERBERT GRANT DONALD K. GRISIER GURTHIE U. HARRISON ARTHUR F. HEYL GEORGE J. HIGGINS CARL WEINMAN- ROBERT D. HORN- BURTON E. HYDE KENNETH P. JONES J. DUANE MILLER WILLIAM L. NEWBURY HAROLD L. PACKER CARLETON B. PEIRCE EUGENE C. PERRY NORMAN C. ROEGNER JOHN F. SANDER ROBERT R. SHARP Three Hundred Fourteen ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA National Honorary Medical Fraternit CHAPTER ROLL UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY HARVARD UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA CORNELL UNIVERSITY SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY MC LL UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY- OF NEBRASKA TULANE UNIVERSITY- UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH INDIANA UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS YALE UNIVERSITY G. CARL HUBER HUGH CABOT F. G. NOVY UDO J. WILE HARTHER L. KEIM Louis H. NEWBURGH FRANK N. WILSON- GEORGE R. HERRMANN- LOUIS D. STERN CARL D. CAMP REUBEN PETERSON ROLAND S. CRON FACULTY SECTION NORMAN F. MILLER WALTER R. PARKER R. BISHOP CANFIELD ALDRED SCOTT WARTHIN CARL . WELLER DAVID M. COWIE CHARLES W. EDMUNDS ALBERT M. BARRETT FREDERICK A. COLLER RALPH E. BOICE PRESTON M. HICKEY CARL W. EBERBACH ALBERT C. FURSTENBERG FRANK L. SNYDER THEOPHILE RAPHAEL H. G. WALLER AUGUSTUS KIRCHNER ROBERT E. BARNEY WILLIAM R. TORGERSON EDWARD A. WISHROPP WILLIAM A. SMITH PAUL M. MOORE Louis M. WARFIELD GEORGE H. BELOTE THEODORE I. BAUER J. DUANE MILLER UNDERGRADUATE SECTION PAUL H. GARVEY HENRY K. RANSOM STEWART E. DOOLITTLE HAROLD R. ROEHM JOHN H. LABADIE JAMES W. TOWNSEND A. DALE KIRK Three Hundred FifUen HODGMAN DENSMORE GLASGOW COOK BELL BACKSTROM BROWN REHMUS GOSHKIN BIGGE TRUEBLOOD CARSON JOHNSON DEMMINK RAMSDELL DIEKOFF SIMONSON Fox WELTY MORIYA DUNN DELTA SIGMA RHO OFFICERS GEORGE E. BIGGE PAUL A. REHMUS GERRIT DEMMINK President Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer FACULTY MARION L. BURTON, PH.D., LL.D. THOMAS C. TRUEBLOOD, PH.D. (Founder) 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. GRIFFITH, Pn.D. CARL BRANDT, LL.M. G. S. PETERSON, A.B., A.M. G. E. DENSMORE, A.B. ACTIVE ROLL FRANK H. BACKSTROM JOHN BACON DON BELL GEORGE E. BIGGE EARL F. BONELL D. H. BRAKE DONALD O. COOK FRIEDA S. DIEKHOFF J. K. DUNN BEULAH M. Fox W. FRANKHAUSER FLORENCE B. FULLER J. J. GASHKIN CHARLES HADGMAN F. R. HARPER E. W. DUNN K. F. CLARDY RALPH CARSON CHRIS M. YOUNGJOHN O. A. BROWN GERRIT DEMMINK EDWARD T. RAMSDELL R. R. JOHNSON EARL MILES PAUL A. REHMUS R. B. RITTER J. F. GLASGOW IONE MARIYA ROSS A. McFARLAND CELMA J. SIMONSON M. LUCILE WELTY Three Hundred Sixteen If : ORDER OF THE COIF MEMBERS WILLIAM H. BALES JOHN W. BIRD WILLIAM E. BURBY ELWYN G. DAVIES GUY T. GRAVES LAYLIN K. JAMES CLYDE Y. MORRIS ARTHUR F. XEEF MILTON J. SALLWASSER BENJAMIN T. SMITH THOMAS J. WHINERY FREDERICK F. WYNN Three Hundred Seventeen BROWN PHI DELTA KAPPA Honorary Educational Fraternity OMEGA CHAPTER . OFFICERS T. LUTHER PURDOM CLAIR K. SEARLES WRAY H. CONGDON GAIL E. DENSMORE ARNOLD W. BROWN PAUL T. RANKIN , . . President V ice-President Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Secretary- Historian CHARLES S. BERRY, PH.D. STEWART A. COURTIS, B.S. CALVIN O. DAVIS, Pn.D. THOMAS DIAMOND, C.E. JAMES B. EDMONSON, A.M. FACULTY MEMBERS GEORGE L. JACKSON, PH.D. EDWARD H. KRAUS, PH.D., Sc.D. GEORGE S. LASHER, A.M. ELMER D. MITCHELL, A.M. GEORGE A. MAY, M.D. GEORGE E. MYERS, Pn.D. JOHN SUNDWALL, PH.D., M.D. GUY M. WHIPPLE, PH.D. ALLEN S. WHITNEY, A.B., LL.D. CLIFFORD WOODY, P n.D. CHARLES L. ANSPACH ARNOLD W. BROWN HAROLD C. COFFMAN WRAY H. CONGDON GAIL E. DENSMORE ARTHUR DONDINEAU ACTIVE MEMBERS HAROLD L. HARRINGTON LEWIS E. HAYES HEROLD C. HUNT ARTHUR L. MILLER JOHN MERRIL RAY C. PELLET T. LUTHER PURDOM PAUL T. RANKIN PAUL A. REHMUS CLAIR K. SEARLES JAMES VORHEES Three Hundred Eighteen S. L. BlGELOW JULIUS STIEGLITZ E. M. BAKER H. H. BARTLETT F. E. BARTELL F. F. BLICKE C. C. BUCKLER W. E. CAKE R. J. CARNEY A. R. CARR H. N. COLE A. L. FERGUSON W. E. FORSYTHE J. C. GEXIESSE L. C. ANDERSON E. K. BACON F. A. BURNS L. O. CASE G. V. COLLINS W. L. FINK J. L. FRANCE L. V. KEMPF G. MATTHIAS W. L. McCABE W. L. XEWBURY R. A. NUGENT H. J. OSTERHOFF A. D. OETJEN PHI LAMBDA U P S I L O X Honorary Chemical Society DELTA CHAPTER HONORARY MEMBERS W. D. BANCROFT A. B. STEVENS E. D. CAMPBELL ASSOCIATE AND RESIDENT ALUMNI J. H. HODGES j. W. KENNEDY L. H. LESLIE D. M. LICHTY W. J. McGiLL R. K. MCALPINE C. C. MELOCHE C. S. SCHOEPFLE E. O. SCOTT W. G. SMEATON F. W. SULLIVAN ACTIVE CHAPTER . C. PERNERT . A. PRIDGEON J. F. Ross C. M. RlDGWAY P. H. SHERRICK B. A. SOULE M. A. SOULE G. R. STRIMBECK A. H. STUART R. R. TANNER M. VAN Loo G. VAN ZYL L. R. WAGENER P. W. WEATHERELL H. H. WILLARD V. P. WOOD A. E. WHITE V. L. BADGER J. C. BRIER H. B. LEWIS D. McGlRTY W. C. WILSON W. H. GRIFFITH A. A. CHRISTMAN C. UPTHEGROVE C. G. Fuss C. V. CLARKE W. E. B CHMANN C. E. MUELLER R. C. GLEASON L. SQUIRE G. E. McCLOSKEY W. J. NUNGESTER E. L. POTTER E. G. ALDRICH E. R. WASHBURN A. C. BURR P. L. TABERN ROY WILSON Three Hundred Xinetem RlFORD PI DELTA EPSILON Honorary Journalistic Fraternity FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JOHN W. KELLY BOWEN E. SCHUMAKER VERNON F. HILLERY C. PATRICK LOVEJOY PAUL WATZEL EDWIN R. MEISS MARION B. STAHL J. Ross RIFORD JAMES HUME, JR. EDWARD C. McCoBB SHELDON BROWN J. ALSTON FISHER WILLIAM COTTON LEO J. HERSHDORFER HEROLD C. HUNT ALBERT J. PARKER MAX R. SCHRAYER JAMES HOUSE, JR. Three Hundred Twenty AXDERSOX Zixc ALLEN- HAN FT RUTHERFORD DANIELS BACH BAISLEY THOMPSON THORSBERG RHO CHI SOCIETY Honorary Pharmaceutical Fraternity T. C. DANIELS H. A. WHITNEY M. C. ZINC . T. F. THORSBERG IRENE BAISLEY OFFICERS President Pice-President Secretary . Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS IX FACULTY PROFESSOR E. H. KRAUS PROFESSOR C. C. GLOVER PROFESSOR C. E. STOCKING PROFESSOR H. V. EMERSON- MR. V. J. McGiLL MR. L. R. WAGENER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY T. C. DANIELS T. F. THORSBERG M. C. ZINC H. A. WHITNEY IRENE BAISLEY MONICA ALLEN- HELEN ANDERSON ANITA THOMPSON E. F. BACH C. F. HANFT W. N. RUTHERFORD Three Hundred Twenty-one MITCHELL NEWCOMBE GOULD LEIGHLEY HUSSEY WINES LOWE WILKERSON HUNTINGTON PLUSHNICK MOWER LARSON GREGORY BELKNAP POINDEXTER VANDERWILT RAMSDELL YOUNG SIGMA GAMMA EPSILON Founded at The University of Kansas in 1915 Honorary Geological Fraternity IOTA CHAPTER Established in 1921 HONORARY FRATRES PROFESSOR WILLIAM H. HOBBS, Ph.D. ' PROFESSOR EDWARD H. KRAUS, Ph.D., Sc.D. PROFESSOR ERMINE C. CASE, Ph.D. PROFESSOR JESSE P. ROWE, Ph.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE RUSSELL C. HUSSEY LAURENCE M. GOULD, B.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JOHN B. LEIGHLY, A.B. FLOYD POINDEXTER, A.B. E. PAYSON GREGORY RALPH L. BELKNAP, B.S. ROBERT O. YOUNG ALBERT S. WILKERSON, A.B. ROBERT B. MITCHELL LOWELL K. MOWER WILLIAM F. LOWE JOHN W. VANDERWILT, A.B. KIRK S. WHITE, A.B. EDWARD T. RAMSDELL ROBERT B. NEWCOMBE ANDREW W. PLUSHNICK EMIL P. LARSON DONALD B. WINES ALBERT L. HUNTINGTON WOLFERT PIPER McCxBE GRIFFIX COTTON MUELLER HOUSMAX ABEXDROTH FIRESTOXE CASE BURKE POLHAMUS HIXKLEY SCHRAYER PATOX PEW SEITZ GOEBEL Ross V. MOORE A. D. MOORE OETJEN FARXAM STEGMEIER BUTCHER KEUPF GRIGSBY TOWXSEXD BACBUAX T A U BETA PI OFFICERS J. W. Ross . W. F. MOORE D. C. SEITZ F. D. JOHNSTON A. D. MOORE President Vice-President . Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer ACTIVE MEMBERS . C. ABEXDROTH V. E. BACHMAX B. S. BURKE B. A. BUTCHER L. O. CASE W. A. COTTOX A. M. COURTRIGHT C. C. FARXAM V. S. FIRESTOXE P. G. GOEBEL G. H. GRIFFIX C. E. GRIGSBY B. F. HAUSMAX M. G. HIXGLEY F. D. JOHXSTOX L. . KEMPF V. L. McCABE A. D. MOORE W. F. MOORE C. E. MUELLER A. D. OETJEX J. A. PACKARD C. R. PATOX P. B. PEW V. J. PIPER J. R. POLHAMUS J. W. Ross M. R. SCHRAYER D. C. SEITZ M. C. SPERRY I. E. STEGMEIER A. H. STUART R. V. TOWXSEXD E. R. WOLFERT Tkree Hundred Ttt-nty-dtree DELTA RY J FRATERNITY HITECTURE ALLIED ARTS HONORARY MEMBERS EttlL LORCH JJ.A. ROUSSEAU ALUMNI FACULTY J.H.PIKLJAEICR. ACTIVE MEMBERS ft A.L.PK CAUDCR. BXJ C rtTHt ft-lN t b HELLER A.U STRIEOEU SHIULEY OWEH Three Hundred Twent -four HVNVR71RY : 5JKHEM?- BflTTLE FINbER KflRTELME SREflT FRIENDLY 5INEW - MRKER - FITZPflTRKK WI5E HV7 HIN5 5flMER WENLEY YV5T WHTIOT HITVM TRfllL LI5HTN1N TflLK 5TRUTTINS DRIZZLY EEflR EflSLE - EYE TVWERINS PINE HVT VMNfc MflMM TH HILLERY HUME JVYNER MflKEEM Hfl Hfl KELLY TVP KNVLE LVYEJ Y 5HWTIN 5 5TflR MILLER TERR -EM UP - PflPER MW5E RVBY WEflRY FVVT R151NS - 5UN 5TflHL PELON BEflK MUTTERING MINK UTER1TZ Hundred Twenty-six Three Hundred Ttcenty-jrceii CURRAN PIPER BERRY HORN ROWLAND MACDUFF COTTON KIRKPATRICK PROCTOR UEBELE BURKE Ross DYMENT McKiNNEY HOAG REASON VLACK V U L C A N S L. W. KIRKPATRICK W. A. COTTON B. S. BURKE R. H. ROWLAND OFFICERS President ice-President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS B. S. BURKE W. A. COTTON L. B. CURRAN F. A. HORN L. W. KIRKPATRICK T. J. LYNCH R. G. REASON J. W. Ross R. H. ROWLAND C. E. PROCTER C. M. BERRY R. G. DYMENT E. E. HAUG J. E. JOHNS G. T. JEROME K. R. McDuFF H. D. McKiNNEY W. J. PIPER B. E. UEBELE J. B. VLACK Three Hundred Twenty-eight JAMES McGoucHEY DAVIES NOONAN WILLIAMS PARRISH SALLWASSER NORCOP WYXN UNDERWOOD NUTTEN O ' BRIEN WILSON WHINERY WINTER MACGREGOR WALSH LLOYD CARSON BOXELL BARRISTERS Senior Society Law School MEMBERS IN FACULTY DEAN- H. M. BATES PROFESSOR E. HOLBROOK PROFESSOR H. H. DRAKE PROFESSOR E. R. SUNDERLAND PROFESSOR BURKE SHARTELL PROFESSOR G. C. GRISMORE PROFESSOR E. N. DURFEE PROFESSOR H. F. GOODRICH ACTIVE MEMBERS HERBERT E. WILSON FRED F. WYNN JOHN M. WINTERS, JR. FRANK M. PARRISH EARL BOXELL THOMAS UNDERWOOD MILTON J. SALLWASSER LLEWLLYN E. LLOYD ELWYN G. DAVIES GERALD K. O ' BRIEN THOMAS J. WHINERY CLYDE Y. MORRIS MAURICE R. NORCOP LEWIS R. WILLIAMS MAHLON J. MACGREGOR WILLIAM R. WALSH LAYLIN K. JAMES WESLEY L. NUTTEN, JR. ROY NOONAN CHALMERS L. McGoucHEY RALPH MOORE CARSON LABADIE MONROE STEVENSON BABCOCK CROWBORE LUDLUM MUSTARD GILBERT BRUNSTING FLEISCHAUER HEATLEY KLEEKAMP WRIGHT SIMPSON BARNES HALFHILL PHILLIPS FINNEY MOLL SHAFTER JOHNSON BATES G ALENS OFFICERS L. COLEMAN LUDLUM WARREN W. BABCOCK JOHN H. LABADIE . JAMES E. CROUSHORE HONORARY DR. CARL D. CAMP DR. HUGH CABOT DR. G. CARL HUBER DR. REUBEN PETERSON DR. UDO J. WILE DR. R. BISHOP CANFIELD DR. H. H. CUMMINGS DR. A. M. BARRETT DR. Louis M. WARFIELD DR. PRESTON M. HICKEY DR. MAX M. PEET DR. MARK MARSHALL DR. C. PARNALL DR. H. L. NEWBURG DR. R. S. CRON DR. A. C. FuERSTENBERG DR. W. M. ABBOT DR. FREDERICK A. COLLER ACTIVE STEWART E. DOOLITTLE HUDSON W T . FLEISCHAUER JAMES W " . HALFHILL, JR. ROBERT F. HEATLEY HERBERT G. KLEEKAMP ROYCE R. SHAFTER DONALD R. WRIGHT W. E. COLE JOHN M. BARNES LAMOTT F. BATES President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS . Prefect DR. WARD HARRYMAN DR. WILLIAM STINSON DR. HORACE PORTER DR. E. SCARBORO DR. S. DONALDSON DR. THEODORE ADAMS DR. D. RUEDEMAN DR. WALTER HOTCHKISS DR. F. L. R. SNYDER DR. W r . TORGERSON DR. LESTER W ' IEDER DR. ANGUS GOETZ DR. N. W. BOURNE DR. J. A. SMITH DR. RALPH RYCHNER DR. PAUL MOORE DR. JOHN B. YOUMANS MEMBERS Louis A. BRUNSTING RAYMOND G. FINNEY ROY O. GILBERT AUSTIN S. JOHNSON- CLARENCE D. MOLL ROBERT T. MONROE RUSSEL MUSTARD ROBERT H. PHILLIPS WALTER W. SIMPSON EDGAR M. STEVENSON Three Hundred Thirty COOK SMITH GIFFELS HOWELL TAYLOR DAVIS FINGER R. REID COIIB COVSE BRYANT MILLER SPERRY PAGE L. REID STAVFFER HOHEISEL JAMES FISHER McKixxEY GILLIS HOUSEL MERANDA WEB AND FLANGE OFFICERS L. R. GILLIS . J. R. MERANDA W. E. COMB H. D. MCKINNEY . P ' reside nt- Vice-President Secretary Treasurer HONORARY MEMBERS PROFESSOR H. E. RIGGS PROFESSOR C. T. JOHNSTON- PROFESSOR H. V. KING PROFESSOR E. L. ERICKSEN PROFESSOR C. O. WISLER DR. W. E. FORSYTHE PROFESSOR T. J. MITCHELL MR. G. S. WILLIAMS MR. G. L. ALT PROFESSOR H. BOUCHARD PROFESSOR L. M. GRAM PROFESSOR J. H. CISSEL ACTIVE MEMBERS V. G. BRYANT V. E. COMB V. H. COOK V. L. COUSE R. L. DAVIS T. J. FINGER J. A. FISHER E. J. GIFFELS L. R. GILLIS F. R. HOHEISEL V. S. HOUSEL H. I. HOWELL W. J. TuLLEDGE C. H. JAMES K. E. KETCHAM H. D. McKlNNEY J. R. MERANDA L. S. MILLER J. W. PAGE L. B. REID R. E. REID M. C. SPERRY P. A. SMITH V. A. STATFFER H. TAYLOR Three Hundred Thirty-one GOLDSMITH SEELIGER PROF. BRAGG BARNES TREVORROW PROF. SADLER JOHNSON KOLWICZ PROF. LINDBLAD WHITTLESEY ADAIR QUARTERDECK OFFICERS E. C. DAVIDSON R. P. ADAIR S. JOHNSON R. H. ROWLAND . Commodore V ice-Commodore Purser Steward DEAN M. E. COOLEY PROFESSOR H. C. SADLER PROFESSOR E. M. BRAGG ASSISTANT PROFESSOR A. LINDBLAD D. D. ATKINSON J. C. McCALMONT J. F. BARNES B. P. KOLWICZ V. P. JOHN F. W. TREVORROW P. H. GOLDSMITH C. B. COE J. E. SEELIGER D. MACTAGGART G. C. WHITTLESEY Three Hundred Thirty-two D ' OOGE DAVIS MITCHELL MORIARTY KIPKE BLOTT McCABE MufRHEAD DuFFIELD DONAHUE NEISCH MERNER FAVROT BACON STEKETEE GILNER HATTENDORF KlNDEL SCHERER HoEY SPHINX Junior Honor Society of the Literary College HONORARY ROBERT A. CAMPBELL HARRY C. CARVER J. A. C. HILDNER ACTIVE Pharaoh ....... Kutie, Bum Jollificator of the Caravan Flowingpen, Scribbler of the Regal Notes Shekkel Paw, Gatherer of the Royal Tax . Puntem High, Royal Bouncer of the Throne . Mishiganenzia, Administrator of the Year Book Beeg Noize, Guardian of the Sacred Bulls Mercuria, Chief Runner of the Camp . Gargolia, Leader of the Rear Guard Pocketzize, Breaker of the Sacred Silence Dumbellus, Vigilante of the Left Flank Grateseet, Bearer of the Swineskin Wizeowl, Purveyor of Sage Counsel Zleepingzickness, Royal Chambermaid Nimbulfoot, Messenger to Cairo Newzound, Keeper of the Midnight Lamps ArrowKollar, Model for the Royal Artist . Ab Zent, Inhabitant of the Invisible Empire . Op Timizom, The Queen ' s Favorite . Murad, Mediator of the Royal Games Kuntry Gent, Keeper of the Royal Farms WILBUR R. HUMPHREYS CHARLES B. VIBBERT CHARLES P. WAGNER " WALT " SCHERER . " HARRY " HOEY . " ToM " KINDEL . " DoN " McCABE . " Kip " KIPKE " Dur " DUFFIELD " STAN " MUIRHEAD " HAP " HATTENDORF " DON " STEKETEE . " JOHN " BACON " RoY " NEISCH . " JACK " BLOTT " LARRY " FAVROT " Bos " MORIARTY " HARRY " DAVIS " HOD " DONAHUE . " BOB " MITCHELL " TURK " DUNLEAVY . " FRITZ " GILNER " TED " MERNER " LARRY " D ' OocE Three Hundred Thirty-three BRISCOE POLHAMOS OLIPHANT REID KRAUSE WILSON GLEASON BIRKS BOWEN ' BERNARD CAMPBELL ROSS WlLKENING KRATZ HuBBARD DuFFY TRIANGLES OFFICERS " HANK " H. HUBBARD " JOHNNY " P. BERNARD " JACK " D. BRISCOE " Roc " C. GLEASON President Fice-President Secretary Treasurer ACTIVE MEMBERS " JOHNNY " BERNARD ' JACK " BOWEN ' HOPPY " BIRKS ' JACK " BRISCOE ' TINK " CAMPBELL ' JiM " DUFFY ' Roc " GLEASON " HANK " HUBBARD " DICK " KRAUSE ' BILL " KRATZ ' FRITZ " KRATZ TOLY " POLHAMUS ' Mi ' OLIPHANT ' Too " REED ' CAM " Ross ' DON " SWAN ' DON " WILSON TRITZ " WILKENING Three Hundred Thirty-four D All XI STRATH GAMBLE PIPER HEATH WILKINING Fox CAMPBELL KIDDER ROWLAND ENGINEERING HONOR COMMITTEE 1923 WILLIAM J. PIPER RICHARD ROWLAND 1924 CALVIN A. CAMPBELL, President FRIEDEL C. WILKENING 1925 WILLIAM K. KIDDER, Secretary EDWARD M. Fox 1926 W ' ILLIAM H. HEATH EDWIN GAMBLE I CLARE BOYER DUFFY OUPHANT FINXIB HOSTRUP LAWTON MCGREGOR TVSTISOX NEISCH GILNER BAYXE HYDE 1924 JUNIOR HOP COMMITTEE JOHN P. LAWTON, Chairman ARVID P. BAYNE STEWART R. BOYER HARRY C. CLARK JAMES E. DUFFY RAYMOND G. FINNIE FREDERICK E. GILNER WILLIAM P. HENDERSON JACOB W. HOSTRUP ARTHUR K. HYDE HUGH A. MCGREGOR LsRoY E. NEISCH MILO E. OLIPHANT HARRY V. TUSTISON Three Hundred Tkirty-seten DUFFIELD STEGER SOPHOMORE PROM COMMI r IRWIN F. DEISTER, Chairman MARCUS DUFFIELD CARL BIRD GLADYS TROWBRIDGE ELIZABETH MALOY RICHARD UNDERWOOD HERBERT STEGER CHARLES MERRIAM DAVID WILLS Three Hundred Thirty-eight TOWXSEXD TAYLOR LIVERAXCE MUIRHEAD SXELL CAMPBELL HOFFMAX RICE KELLY HVXT ADAMS HUME KXODE REICHMAX LVDLUU RICE Yorxc LUXDIX LYXCH BELOTE SCOTT SCHERER HILLERY POLHAMUS LAMBRECHT KIPKE MORTON THE STUDENT COUNCIL 1922 1923 OFFICERS YERXOX F. HILLERY THOMAS J. LYNCH . WALTER K. SCHERER JOHX R. POLHAMUS President Vicc-Presidcnt Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS R. L. TAYLOR EARL H. LUXDIX T. W. HUME, JR. G. H. BELOTE L. C. LUDLUM G. F. YOUNG E. C. HAUG F. J. REICHMAX HEROLD C. HUXT HOWARD LIVERAXCE W. C. RICE L. V. SXELL ROBERT T. KXODE ROBERT ADAMS ERMAX SCOTT STANLEY MUIRHEAD HARRY KIPKE HENRY MORTON GEORGE HOFFMAN JOHN W. KELLY JAMES A. RICE ROBERT TOWNSEND C. A. CAMPBELL EDWARD LAMBRECHT Three Hundred Thirty-nine STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION STUDENT CABINET ROBERT E. ADAMS, JR. WALTER J. NICHOLS President Secretary KENNETH L. KEPLER JOHN H. ANDERSON GILBERT APPLEHOF ROBERT LINDQUIST A. Ross Fox ROBERT R. CLARK CLAUDE L. PICKENS, JR. BURTON E. DUNLOP ROSS A. McFARLAND ROBERT C. STRAUB HARRY C. CLARK JAMES E. DUFFY, JR. NORMAN B. JOHNSON ALFRED B. CONNABLE GEORGE F. HACKER PAUL G. GOEBEL LAWRENCE E. D ' OocE WILLIAM T. WILLIAMS RALPH V. HARPER PICKENS APPLEHOF MCFARLAND DUNLOP CLARK KEELER STRAUB HACKER D ' OoGE GOEBEL HARPER DUFFY CONNABLE WILLIAMS COCHRAN CLARK ANDERSON ADAMS NICHOLS Fox MACKENSEN Three Hundred Forty LITERARY 6CIENTIFIC DISCHER SANDORF MORTON ALEXANDER COATES PIPER SERRA WATSON FARNUM YOUNGLOVE MOONEY MoRELAND KUHL GlBFORD SMITH WlNES FETTERS JANTZEN LoSIE YoUNG HARTLEY ScHMITZ OLDS RICHARDS PUYEAR BOLLINGER BRICE JOHNSON MAIHOFER LEINGANG GEORGE HOEFFLIN DUERR MEARS FISHBECK HODGES MARTIN LUCAS WILCOX Tsou CRANE TANG LEVIN AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS R. N. OLDS . C. C. FARNUM A. J. MARTIN . G. W. YOUNGLOVE OFFICERS . Chairman Vice-Chairman . Secretary Treasurer I. J. SANDORF W. J. PIPER C. C. CRANE A. LEVIN E. CHAPMAN E. D. BARTLEY M. A. MILLS J. W. JANTZEN K. B. DUERR E. M. DISCHER E. CHATTERTON C. W. GIBFORD H. J. WATSON A. S. FETTERS C. P. KUHL 1923 H. C. GEORGE W. C. LEINGANG L. WEBSTER J. F. KRUZKA T. Y. Tsou W. E. LOSIE G. F. WILCOX W. B. WINES J. P. TYNES A. G. MAIHO FER R. R. BRUCH N. H. BOLLINGER E. S. MORELAND H. KINGDON E. J. SMITH R. VAN VOLKENBERG G. E. MEARS L. FISHBECK G. T. W. FONG W. G. CHAMP W. A. BRICE P. KELLER W. H. PUYEAR R. C. SCHMITZ R. H. MOONEY H. PARKER H. J. MORTON C. E. LUCAS A. S. HOEFFLIN W. BROWN E. R. WOLFERT P. N. YOUNG K. Y. TANG E. J. ABBOT K. RICHARDS SCHREIBER OHLIXCER GABLER SWATZE KELLY MURRAY HULSCHER MCLWAIX WALDROX D. SCHOLL HAXXAH FAYFIEUJ MILLER KATZ GLEASOX Ewixc PAIXTER WELTY COOPER KOEHX E. SCHOLL NORTH PALMITER JORDAN CHAPIX RUMSEY STYER HALL STEELE HOBBS WOODRUFF O ' REILLY OLXEY H. WILSOX LADD B. WILSOS STAFF JACKSOX LE CERCLE FRAXCAIS OFFICERS ROBERT C. RUMSEY MARTHA J. CHAPIX . NATALIE F. JORDAN- LESTER O. PALMITER ANTHONY J. JOBIX HAROLD J. ALLEN ANNA GABLER EDWARD MOORE EVELYX CADY ELIZABETH CARSOX RALPH CHEXOT FREDERIC DOXXER KATHLEEX HALTOX DOROTHY KELLY MARY KESSELL LORXA KETCHAM XEIL MILLER VIVIAN NORTH FRANCES O ' REILLY WESLEY R. Ross FRAXCES STRY-KER KATHERIXE SWAYZE RUTH WALDROX DOROTHY ANN RUDY HERBERT BARRETT CELIA OLXEY CARL CHAXDLER BEATRICE HOEK MUXGER Fixx ARMIX WEBBIXK NATALIE JORDAN- ABIGAIL LURIE EDWARD PARXALL PHILIP PREXEVOST ROBERT RUMSEY MEMBERS MARIOX WHEELER MAUDE TALCOTT ROGER GLEASOX EDITH JEXSEX EMMA Moox LETA M. Sxow ELEAXOR HAXXAH HESTER STAFF SOLOMOX KATZ GERTRUDE MACAULEY MICHAEL NEVILLE AGNES HOUGHTOX ELBERT HASKIXS JUDITH HOOTKIXS ELWOOD C. FAYFIELD ALICE B. WILSON- GRACE G. HALL ELSA SCHREIBER HELEX WOODRUFF COXSTAXCE OHLIXGER MARTHA CHAPIX WINIFRED HOBBS MAX EWING ELEAXOR STEELE FR. XCES JACKSON WILLIAM CHRISTMAN LESTER PALMITER L RGARET EFFIXGER THOMAS RICE ALOIS CHROXOWSKI President . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Director RUSSEL SKINNER MARJORIE DEITCH SCHUYLER ELLIOTT VIRGINIA HOSMER ELAINE HULSCHER EMILY MCLWAIN MARIOX MURRAY RAYMOND PAYXTER MAXIXE ROACH DOROTHY SCHOLL R. E. STYER Louis VAUPRE HARRIET WILSON WILL. RD A. RUCH GENEVIEVE KOEHX EVELYX SCHOLL LAWRENCE E. MACK ESTHER WELTY ALPHRA LADD CECIL BETRON MIRIAM MANSFIELD MRS. ELSIE COOPER ANNA L. Fix LEY- GEORGE GRAHAM HARRY M. CHERXICK HELEX KAYSER KATHERIXE STYER ELIZABETH PIKE PATTI G. HILLER WADE B. ELLIS Three Hundred Forty-three CARLSON GNEWICH SPOUTZ HARTWELL CHANDLER WKRBACK CRAVER MORGAN ANDERSON LEWIS WHITE POWER VAN ANTWERP LINDQUIST READ STEVENS VOELKNER NICHOLS BELLES MURRAY BIRD BUCK STONE DsLoNC WILSON MILLER STAUBACH STRAUB PROPHET HUSSELMAN SWARTZ GROSS REINKE CLAYSON SMITH PRYOR SEWELL THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN FLOYD C. REINKE HAROLD CLAYSON RUDOLPH GROSS BLAIR K. SWARTZ RALPH L. SMITH MILLARD H. PRYOR DOUGLAS SEWELL . EDWARD C. PROPHET . JOHN X. HUSSELMAN C. WILLIAM LEWIS PROFESSOR E. E. DAY NEIL MILLER LODGE STAUBACH L. BUCK E. A. H. E. BELLES G. T. BENSON S. BROWN F. B. BUELL G. E. CARLSON W. T. CRANDELL M. (. CRAVER H. M. DORR L. D. BATDORFF A. W. BIRD J. P. CHANDLER R. I. CHICK J. C. DELONG W. H. GOOD R. B. ANDERSON H. CLAYSON OFFICERS DIRECTORS Louis BUCK CLIFFORD DELONG LOYAL B. WILSON MEMBERS Graduate C. W. LEWIS 1923 R. L. GROSS A. J. HANNA G. E. HOEK H. L. KAISER R. N. LINDQUIST R. McFARLAND X. MILLER B. P. MlLLETT E. G. MORGAN 1924 M. HARTWELL J. H. HUSSELMAN C. J. KURTZ W. L. MURRAY C. C. PATTISON R. W. POWER E. C. PROPHET 1925 C. K. GNEWICH E. J. HIGGIXS J. A. LAANSMA President First Vice-President Second Vice-President . Third y ice-President Fourth Vice-President General Secretary Assistant General Secretary . Financial Secretary Treasurer Chairman Board of Directors Faculty Confrere GEORGE L. STONE R. C. STRAUB G. E. SLOAX X. W. WHITE W. J. NICHOLS A. J. PARKER E. J. READ G. L. STONE B. K. SWARTZ L. V. VAN-ANTWERP E. VOELKNER L. B. WILSON M. PRYOR F. C. REINKE R. L. SMITH J. J. SPOUTZ L. D. STAUBACH S. WERBACH R. D. SEWELL R. C. STRAUB Three Hundred Forty-four TREKELO BARONE FIORDELIS SCAVARDA VALNO LETA RATTI HOBBS HVLSHER Bvxs TRUPIANO GASPARI VORDELMAN DeFiLippis MAURIEL SCHOLL PLASTIXO I L C I R C O L O I T A L I A X O HONORARY MEMBERS PROFESSOR PIERRE ZAMPIERE PROFESSOR STEVEN SCATORI PROFESSOR AUBREY TEALDI FACULTY ADVISOR MR. M. DE FILIPPIS JOHN MAURIEL VICTORIA WORDELMANN DOROTHY M. SCHOLL EXECUTIVE MEMBERS EMIDIO GASPARI President Sfcrfta r Y- Treasurer JACK B. PLASTIXO ACTIVE MEMBERS GEORGE H. BARONE ILLETTE BuNN JOSEPH J. CARDAMONE FRANK S. FIORDELIS SALUATORE FIORDELIS EMIDIO GASPARI EDWARD GERMANO FRANK GRANITO WINIFRED HOBBS A. ELAINE HULSHER JOSEPH LETA FRANK G. MARZULLA JOHN MAURIEL GAUDENCE MEGARO JACK B. PLASTINO FR.ANCIS S. PORETTA JAMES RATTI RACHAEL RENO CHARLES SCAVARDA DOROTHY M. SCHOLL JAMES SEDITA FRANK TREKELO SAMUEL TRUPIANO FRANK YALVO MARIAN WOODMANSEE VICTORIA ORDELMAXX Three Hundred Forty- fee f l UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN FORESTRY CLUB STANLEY S. LOCKE . R. E. McARDLE I. S. BOOTH ROLAND M. SCHMIDT OFFICERS . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer C. E. DAUGHERTY M. S. GERRED T. P. GIES C. E. GILLIS E. W. LlTTLEFIELD L. I. BARRETT I. S. BOOTH C. S. FERRY L. M. FOLSOM N. T. BARRON JERRY BENSON G. L. BOWIE KENNETH CARTER P. D. DALKE ARTHUR ELMER FLOYD CORY MEMBERS 1923 S. S. LOCKE H. C. MITCHELL R. W. MUNCY R. W. PUTNAM L. A. POMMERENING 1924 GERALD HARRIS B. L. KORENKIEWICZ C. G. LARNED 1925 AUSTIN HASIL H. C. HULLETT SELDEN HUNTTING J. E. JUDSON M. S. KAHLER P. R. KEVIN RICHARD LEXON I. J. MASON H. G. SHUPERT M. R. YEBB JOHN WAY G. M. WILKINSON KENNETH WILLIAMS R. E. McARDLE A. J. NELSON J. A. PUTNAM ROBERT WINTERS E. B. McGRAw E. C. MESNER H. H. ROSEE R. M. SCHMIDT F. K. SPARROW, JR. M. B. SULLIVAN, JR. C. A. WOOD Three Hundred Forty-eight GREEN STILCEXBAUER ROURKE BLAXCHARD DOTTER WEISBERG COOK YOELKER COTTIX FLIXTOFF ALCOTT BLAKESLEE MULDER OJEIECHOWSKI ARGELIX ALDRICH ROBERTS REHMUS CARLSOX HIEFTJE RIGG BEXDLE LOUKUSA ISBELL HUYCK MURPHY- IRWIX DOUGLAS ScHXITZ PROF. ED1IOXDSOX BEACH RlCE KEPLER RAYXER MlCHAELSOX BARXETT M E X S EDUCATIONAL CLUB OFFICERS CLINTON A. RICE . LEAXDER H. BEACH ESLEY L. BROWN PROFESSOR J. B. EDMONSON E. J. ALDRICH C. L. AXSPACH FORREST G. AVERILL ANDREW C. BEAM C. E. BARXETT HAROLD J. BECKER DE VITT BELL LESTER C. BEXDLE B. X. BLAKESLEE CLAREXCE H. BLAXCHARD H. J. BREVIS GLEXX E. CARLSOX I VAX S. CLARK DAVID G. COBB CLAIRE C. COOK HAL CONKEY JOHN COTTIN A. D. DOTTER CLIXTOX W. DOUGLAS THEODORE FLIXTOFF A. FROH MEMBERS G. CLAUDE GRAHAM AXDREW J. GREEX G. F. GRUENBUER ROBERT B. HAHX VERL J. HILTON HEROLD C. HUNT F. S. HUICK J. J. HIEFTJE MAXLEY E. IRWIX EGBERT R. ISBELL ICHIJO KAWASAKI JOHX KOROLOSHIX K. K. KEPLER MILTOX R. LAXDY HENRY LOUKUSA NORMAX M IER BENJAMIN MICHAELSOX FRED J. MULDER H. M. MURPHY ARTHUR A. XICHOLS JOHN D. PETERSOX MARSHALL F. RICHARDS . President Secretary Treasurer Faculty .Advisor HARRY R. OAKES WILFRED P. RAYXER PAUL A. REHMUS HARRY H. RIGG RALPH ROURKE AUBREY E. ROBERTS S. J. SCHNITZ F. A. STILGEXBAUER A. E. STILES ALBERT C. STOKES ARTHUR T. STOUGHTOX ARTHUR E. TRIPPENSEE RUSSELL THOMAS EDWARD YAX-HORXE EDGAR VOLKER E. F. WALCOTT JOHX WARGELIX AxTHOXY Y. V ASHEWICH J. D. WEISBERG L. B. BURLESOX JOHN S. WOJCIECHOWSKI Tkree Hundred Forty-nine ZIELINSKI STRANZ B. KRZYMINSKI WOJCIEHOWSKI WEGRZYN STACHOWIAK RYDZEWSKI DULCZEWSKI PILARSKI BORUCKI GOSCINSKI KRUSZKA WAWRZYNIAK TOMCZYK A. KRZYMINSKI PROF. PAWLOWSKI PAUSZEK JAGODZINSKI KOLWICZ POLONIA LITERARY CIRCLE OFFICERS THOMAS B. PAUSZEK ALEX M. KRZYMINSKI B. P. KOLWICZ F. J. TOMCZYK President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS PROFESSOR F. W. PAWLOWSKI PROFESSOR L. C. KARPINSKI MR. F. E. JAGODZINSKI MR. L. A. MAKIELSKI MEMBERS J. M. ADAMCZYK A. J. CHRONOWSKI J. N. GOSCINSKI S. BORUCKI J. F. KRUSZKA B. V. KRZYMINSKI F. KWAK J. KLIMEK MARIE PARYSKI T. E. PARYSKI LEOKADYA POPOWSKA M. L. PILARSKI A. PIFKO W. J. DULCZEWSKI F. S. GLAZA J. E. FRONCZAK J. B. RYDZEWSKI S. SADOWSKI M. STRANZ S. P. SZULC S. STACHOWIAK S. H. SKRENTNY B. S. WAWRZYNIAK J. J. WENGZEN J. S. WojCIECHOWSKI E. F. ZIELINSKI Three Hundred Fifty DlCKRAGER SANDBERG TAYLOR PR ESCOTT CLUB OFFICERS RAYMOND MORRIS . RUSSELL L. TAYLOR ESTHER C. SANDBERG OMAR F. DICKRAGER MORRIS . President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS PROFESSOR E. H. KRAUS, PH., Sc.D. MR. WILLIAM J. MC LL, M.S. PROFESSOR CLIFFORD C. GLOVER, M.S. MR. LEONARD R. WAGENER, B.S., Pn.C. PROFESSOR CHARLES H. STOCKING, B.S., Pn.C. STUDENT MEMBERS MONICA MINERVA ALLEN ELLEN MAUD ALWAY ERNEST F. BACH A. P. BAYNE EARL BURK CHARLES L. CARTER HUGH E. CASKEY WILLIAM P. CUSICK TROY C. DANIELS JANETTE F. DORRANCE H. G. DOWD HARVEY H. ELSOFFER KENNETH M. ENGLISH FREDERICK L. FISCHER ARTHUR J. GIBSON RONALD R. GOODYEAR OSCAR C. GORENFLO LEWIS C. GOULD BURTON A. GROFF HARRY R. HALE CYRIL F. HANFT HARRY A. HARRIS JOHN T. HOPWOOD MARGARET E. KOON PAUL L. LIVINGSTON- LOUISE H. MATTERN KENNETH J. MACKENZIE RAYMOND MORRIS MARGARET J. MUIR WILLIAM L. REAMS LYNN B. ROBY WILBUR X. RUTHERFORD ESTHER C. SANDBERG FRANCIS C. SCHRIBER EDWARD A. SLAZINSKI HERBERT A. STEWART WALTER D. STROTHER RUSSELL L. TAYLOR ANITA T. THOMPSON THEODORE F. THORSBERG HARLEN S. YAN-HORX EDWARD T. " ERNNARD CHARLES S. WAGGONER FREDERIC J. WEXZLER CAROL X. WHITE HARVEY A. WHITNEY CHARLES L. WILCOX Three Hundred Fifty-one BRIGHT PALMER STAUBACH ZINN WATT C. PETERSON PFANENSCHMIDT BROMBERG WHITE SCHMIDT M. PETERSON STANBURY WALDRON BERNE-ALLEN CHAPIN STAFF COYNE HASKINS LOPEZ SCHMUTZ CAMPBELL WILSON HENDERSON JORDAN FAIRBANKS WHEELER O ' HARA GABLER REINKE LINTHICUM ERLENBACH MARIN WOODRUFF WILLEY SERRA LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA FRED MARIN . KATHRYN WILSON . HELEN NANCY WOODRUFF Louis ERLENBACH . NORMAN L. WILLEY, A.M. OFFICERS . President ice-President Secretary . Treasurer Faculty Advisor HONORARY MEMBER EILENE LAMB ACTIVE MEMBERS ADELINE AEKER ALBERT BANAS GLADYS BERNE-ALLEN PHILIP BRIGHT PAUL BROMBERG MILDRED CAMPBELL MARTHA CHAPIN MARGUERITE COYNE DOROTHY COULTON HELEN ELLIOTT Louis ERLENBACH MARGARET FAIRBANKS ISABEL FISHER ANNA GABLER ROBERT GRAB ROBERT HALSEY ELBERT D. HASKINS THELMA HENDERSON ESTHER HOLTZMAN JOHN JAY NATALIE JORDAN MACIAS LOPEZ J. C. LINTHICUM FRED MARIN EVELYN METZ ANNA NELSON ELIZABETH O ' HARA LOWELL PALMER CLARENCE PETERSON MILTON PETERSON FRED PFANNENSCHMIDT FLOYD C. REINKE ALBERT J. SCHMIDT MARGARET SCHMUTZ HESTER STAFF HELEN STANBURY CATHERINE STANTON LODGE STAUBACH MURIEL STURTZ RUTH W ' ALDRON MARION WALKER Lois WATERMAN RALPH WATT MARSHALL WERTH MARION WHEELER FLOYD WHITE HARRIETT WILSON KATHRYN WILSON HELEN NANCY WOODRUFF FRANK ZINN Three Hundred Fifty-two R. POWERS BERNBAUM YOTT BlELFIELD HOUSEL POWERS CARNEY McKECHNIE GALLUP NAHIKIAN WOLNITZ RUWITCH RUHL BOXING CLUB OFFICERS CLIFFORD MCKECHNIE WILLIAM S. HOUSEL EVERETT B. MICHAELS HAROLD RUHL President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS S. BERNBAUM S. BIELFIELD H. BRADBURN H. W. CARNEY C. GALLUP F. W. HARDY J. F. HUENI W. S. HOUSEL C. B. MCKECHNIE R. MAHAFFY E. B. MICHAELS D. M. NAHIKIAN J. O. PLAIN G. L. POWERS R. S. POWERS H. B. RUHL J. W. RUWITCH O. B. SCHROEDER P. G. STEINER G. L. STONE G. WOLNITZ G. F. YOTT Three Hundred Fifty-four McQuiLLAX DONAHUE McSHAXE DAUCHERTY ORTMAN BOVRKE CATHOLIC STUDENTS ' CLUB OFFICERS FRANK J. ORTMAX . THOMAS G. McSnAXE KATHERINE E. DAUGHERTY PHILIP R. MILLER . THOMAS J. DONAHUE REV. MICHAEL P. BOURKE REV. FRANK McQuiLLAX . President y ice-President Corresponding Secretary- Recording Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Assistant Chaplain COMMITTEES MEMBERSHIP GEORGE M. O ' HARA, Chairman HARRY J. MERRICK JAMES MORLEY JOSEPH BOYLE MORRIS XORCOP SOCIAL WALTER S. RAE, Chairman HESTE R DAUGHERTY AGNES LYONS JOHN J. MCCARTHY GEORGE W. WATERS JAMES E. PAGNETTE JOSEPH HALLEY The Catholic Students ' Club of Michigan is composed of all Catholic students attending the University. The club has a chapel on the cam- pus where services are held daily for the members. In numbers the club represents on an average, ten per cent of the general student enrollment. Three Hundred Fifty-fee CALDWELL JONES FENKER BORG TURNER EUSTROM DREBIN STRIGEL CRANE ALLEN BEAUDRY PILCHER DEAN LEONARD TOWNSEND LEWIS HILTON MARTIN SWIGERT FAILING COUTTS MANCHESTER CAMPBELL HOSTRUP PUYEAR WILLIAMSON MOFFITT THE CRAFTSMEN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN OFFICERS JACOB W. HOSTRUP HARRY S. MANCHESTER WESLEY H. PUYEAR . RAY C. COUTTS WARREN P. WILLIAMSON, JR. ROBERT A. CAMPBELL President First Fice-President Second V ice-President Treasurer . Secretary Advisor EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE FREDERICK H. BALDWIN LAWRENCE E. CALDWELL HARRIS SCHREYER GlLLlS McARDLE BoWIE Hoi ' SEL CoE GERRED BAKER EBB POMEREXING FOLSOM WATSON LlTTLEFIELD MlLLS LEHMAN BARRETT LES VOYAGE URS A SOCIETY OF OUTDOOR MEN FACULTY MEMBERS ERMINE C. CASE, Pn.D. L. J. YOUNG, A.B., M.S.F. RUSSEL WATSON, M.S.F. ASSOCIATE MEMBERS MAX PEET, A.M., M.D. FRED M. GAIGE, A.B. ACTIVE ROLL R. C. BAKER L. I. BARRET G. L. BOWIE C. B. COE C. X. FERY L. M. FOLSOM M. S. GERRED C. E. GILLIS L. R. GILLIS M. R. WEBB GERALD HARRIS W. S. HOUSEL L. C. LEHMAN E. W. LlTTLEFIELD R. E. McARDLE L. A. POMERENIXG P. H. SCHREYER R. M. SCHMIDT F. K. SPARROW Three Hundred Fifty-seven ToWNSEND SHAW HUFF McKNIGHT GALLOGLY HUGHES CAMPBELL HERSHEY JOSEPH REPUBLICAN CLUB OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN OFFICERS WEST H. GALLOGLY JACOB W. HOSTRUP HOWARD I. SHAW President Secretary Treasurer VICE-PRESIDENTS WILFRED HOCKING JAMES W. MCKNIGHT C. K. VAN DUREN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE CARL G. BRANDT JOSEPH JOSEPH BURT L. HUGHES Three Hundred Fifty-eight R E S E R V E OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS REGIMENTAL HEADQUARTERS COLONEL M. G. HINKLEY LT. COL. S. M. SHIXDEL MASTER SERGEANT A. M. KRZYMINSKI CAPTAIN K. S. ANDERSON MASTER SERGEANT J. A. THROP MASTER SERGEANT C. F. JENNINGS STAFF SERGEANT H. TAYLOR STAFF SERGEANT D. D. WILSON MAJOR R. L. BELKNAP CAPTAINS L. G. MCLHOSE A. H. ROBINS B. E. HI-LETT IST LIEUTENANTS A. D. OETJEN H. M. DALZIEL R. J. PRICE W. ' H. PI-YEA 2ND LIEUTENANTS C. M. HANFORD D. V. RESSLER D. B. MCLAUGHLIN J. S. VALENTINE S. T. STAXCEVITCH A. W. PLUSHNICK MAJOR E. K. ELLIS CAPTAINS J. J. HAMEL V. S. FIRESTONE C. A. BOTD IST LIEUTENANTS C. P. SELLARDS T. R. STEVENS A. V. BRASHEAR V. A. BRICE 2x0 LIEUTENANTS M. M. MADDIN C. D. CRAWFORD H. S. VAN VLEET E. D. ROGERS C. V. KlNNEY J. P. TYNES FIRST BATTALION IST SERGEANTS E. E. HUBACKER M. A. KLAVER R. A. GRANGER L SERGEANTS L. E. BLAZIER A. C. TUCKER J. H. MONAWECK L. B. REID F. H. HOLMES W. H. AUBREY P. A. SMITH R. V. SEYMOUR S. M. DuBRUL T. V. HOLLAND SECOND BATTALION IST SERGEANTS G. C. WEITZEL D. A. HOLM L. L. LEACH SERGEANTS L. B. STOKESBERRY R. S. MARTIN F. H. BACKSTROM H. C. CLARK R. D. MERRIAM T. C. SCHNEIRLA F. F. SILVER C. A. WOOD K. B. DUERR G. H. GRIFFIN- SERGEANTS C. RUSSELL N. G. DAMOOSE J. S. WojCIECHOWSKI W. E. SMITH L. T. HAYES L. A. NACK A. R. LEWIS C. C. PATTISOX P. G. JACKA J. W. KELLOGG SERGEANTS G. C. FOWLER K. I. FAIRBANKS W. G. CORYELL J. F. OHLSON W. C. WARDNER M. W. TURNER R. N. OLDS C. G. GALLUP J. C. ADAMS M. K. JESSUP CAPTAIN A. B. NICHOLSON IST LIEUTENANT R. F. KILE 2ND LIEUTENANT E. H. PULS BAND 2ND LIEUTENANT J. B. VLACK IST SERGEANT H. H. EUSTROM SERGEANT G. E. BACHMAN Three Hundred Fifty-nine BRAYBROOK REED TURCOTT TROMBLEY ALLMAND MCLAUGHLIN MASSELINK HEATH ROWE WILLIAMSON SULKERS PURDY KOON WOLFE MEYER ALLMAN ABBOTT EISELE WILSON WARD DIETERLE LOWE ZICK ILLI HARTWIG VANSTONE KALMBACH ATKINSON MAEDER CAVANAUGH BARBER WEBBER GOULD KIRSCH GARRISON WASHEIM PATTENSEN ROUND-UP CLUB OFFICERS W. W. ILLI . W. A. ZICK . E. E. HARTWIG P. J. CASEY President ice-President Secretary and Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms MEMBERS W. LOWE R. DIETERLE T. WOLFE E. ALLMAND N. CRANE C. SULKERS C. D. REED D. C. WARD C. S. KOON, JR. A. ALLMAN L. KALMBACH S. ATKINSON A. COATES J. ROWE C. E. WILSON W. ZICK C. PURDY W. MEYER P. CASEY J. TROMBLEY H. WASHEIM W. MAYBERRY D. VAN STONE V. TURCOTT W. MCLAUGHLIN R. J. MASSELINK W. BRAYBROOK W. WILLIAMSON E. MAEDER L. EISELE G. ABBOTT M. C. BARBER H. CASSIDY R. CAVANAUGH F. WEBBER J. PATTENSEN M. H. HEATH W. C. KRATZ J. GARRISON H. S. GOULD G. W. KIRSCH THE UPPER ROOM Under the inspirational Christian leadership of Dr. T. M. Iden, the " Upper Room " Bible Class has grown to be the largest of its kind in the world, embracing in harmonious unity all de- nominations, creeds and races. Out of a continuous existence of thirty-one years, nine at Michigan, there are now over sixty-five hundred members reaching out into all parts of the world and with whom the leader is in active touch. Promptly at seven o ' clock Saturday night, the crucial hour of the week, when industry gives way to leisure, the student- ' s restlessness is here met by stirring songs, special music, and above all the quieting personality and lesson of " Father " Iden, as he is called by the boys. The lessons are prepared in a sixteen page bulletin published weekly, which also contains excerpts from literature and statements by great men bearing upon the theme, making the bulletins a gem of literature in themselve s. There are over seven hundred University men on the roll for this year. Too much cannot be said for our modest, richly-endowed leader, who, with a mighty love which dominates his being is now giving his life to this work. His ideal is that of character building, and being a gifted teacher of science, he is able to make real in the light of modern thought and in a vigorous, inspirational way, his deep appreciation of the Bible as a guide to truer manhood and a richer life. In appreciation of his work, plans are now under way to send Dr. Iden on a trip around the world that he may renew the " Upper Room " fellowships. Three Hundred Sixty-one VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS OF THE UNITED STATES RICHARD N. HALL POST NO. 422 UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN POST OFFICERS CARL H. SMITH . GORDON M. GALE JOHN P. LAWTON PAUL N. YOUNG WILLIAM McK. BRAYBROOKS J. ARNOLD PETERSON E. RUSSEL ROBINSON . T. L. WHITAKER . Commander Senior Vice-Commander Junior F ice-Commander Chaplain Officer of the Day Quartermaster . Sergeant-at-Arms Guard L. R. WILLIAMS TRUSTEES JACOB HOSTRUP FRED WYNN Three Hundred Sixty-two SOCK SCHNEIDER KENIGSON KATZ FINKELSTEIN PICKER WEISBERG KELLER MELTZER ABRAMSON WOLINITZ GALANTER GITLIN VARIANO SKLAV PARISH SCHWARTZ GREENBERG BAYONNE, NEW JERSEY, CLUB OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN JOSEPH L. ABRAMSON GEORGE WOLINITZ . FRANK GRANITO MAURICE GALANTER Louis MELTZER OFFICERS President . ice-President Secretary Assistant Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS S. PAUL EPSTEIN MAURICE L. RIPPS JOSEPH L. ABRAMSON CHARLES GITLIN SAMUEL KELLER Louis MELTZER JACOB D. WEISBERG IRVING C. PICKER GEORGE WOLINITZ SAM I. FINKELSTEIN MAURICE GALANTER FRANK GRANITO SOLOMON KATZ GEORGE KENIGSON Louis A. SCHNEIDER FRED SOCK SOLOMON GREENBERG FRED A. PARISH IRVING SCHWARTZ HARRY SKLAR L. JOHN VARRIANO Three Hundred Sixty-four S. CHAXC S. WONG V. CHEW V. Hsu TSIANG V. CHANG SHU K.AO V. YANG CHENG WHANG CHAD S. Tsou K. TANG SUN TSAI ZEE SETO H. CHEN S. Liu SUHO S. CHEW Huo C. CHU KUEI Fu W. LEE LIEU VEE S. CHU E. CHANG D. CHENG S. CHEN F. Wu HAN S. CHENG L. WANG JEE G. Liu J. Liu P. LEE C. TONG LAM LEM P. CHEN H. WONG T. Tsou V. Wu Vu J. WONG W. WANG THEO SIEK KWONG CHIU TSE DONG V. LEE LEUNG TUCK Li MA TSAO W. Hsu A. L. GIANG S. WONG A. M. GIANG CHAN F. CHANG YOUNG H. TONG CHEUNG H. LEE HUA K. WONG Kuo S. Wu S. TANG J. YANG CHINESE STUDENTS CLUB WAN. L. Hsu HELEN L. WONG LUCY C. WANG SAM D. CHEW CHIA C. TONG SIEN T. CHANG W. G. CHAN M. Z. CHANG E. T. CHANG YUAN M. CHANG FLORENCE K. CHANG JEN T. CHAO HENRY CHEN- HUNG P. CHEN- PING C. CHEN- SUSAN CHEN DAH L. CHENG XAI C. CHENG SHJH Y. CHENG CHEL ' K S. CHEUNG SAM D. CHEW YOOK D. CHE V YAN L. CHIU Fu YUAN CHO V CHIA J. CHU SHAU T. CHU METSUNG DONG GEORGE T. W. FONG YING Fu Ai LAN GIANG Ai MEI GIANG JULIA HAN Axe KAI Hoo RUFUS Hsu WAN LIANG Hsu OFFICERS MEMBERS YING Hsu J. T. F. HUA C. S. HUANG CHI F. Huo SHINNHONG H. CHING Y. KAO PENG Kuo MING T. KWONG HARRY LAM J. W. LAM PARK S. LEM HSIANG LEE PAO C. LEE PING LEE WILLIAM J. LEE YIH K. LEE TSAU M. LEUNG TSING L. Li XATSEN LIEU GlEN T. LlU Ju S. Liu SHIH S. Liu HSAIAO Lu KAI MA Y. S. SETO H. Z. SIEK SHUK SUHO CHING T. SUN CHING T. TANG KUAN Y. TANG President V ice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer SHAN M. TAG PEARL B. C. THEO CHIA C. TONG HENRY H. K. TONG JEE CHANG R. TSAI ZOK T. TSAO YING M. TSE PAO L. TSIANG KYUNG P. TSONG SHANG H. Tsou TSONG Y. Tsou JOSEPH TUCK CHEN L. TUNG SAN W. WONG JADE Y. C. WANG LUCY WANG WILLIAM C. WANG JEN K. WHANG HELEN L. WONG KEI K. WONG SHIU H. WUNG Fu K. Wu SHAU T. Wu Yi F. W T u Ju M. YANG YUAN Y. YANG HENRY YEE PAUL YOUNG WEI H. Yu ERNEST ZEE Three Hundred Sixty-foe NAKAMURA HISANO SHIMBORI MAEDA MIIHARA NISHI KUMAZAWA AMARI TOBA MURAKAMI HAKUSUI SUGIYAMA HlGUCHI KuBOTA MuRAO KlSHIDA KlMURA R. EASTLAKE AKASHI KAWASAKI OHTOMO MORIYA C. EASTLAKE MATSUMOTO FUKUI IDE KAGIYA NIPPON CLUB OFFICERS NAMIO OHTOMO MATSUE MATSUMOTO TOYOJI HlGUCHI SHOZO KUBOTA President Vice-Presideni Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS TSURUMATSU AKASHI YOSHIMASA AMARI SADAICHI DODO CLARA EASTLAKE REGINALD EASTLAKE KANJI EGI KITA FUKUI MATSUZO HAKUSUI NOBU HORI SOBEI IDE YAICHI KAGIYA ICHIZO KAWASAKI R. AKIO KIMURA FUMI KINAI MASAJIRA KISHIDA YUTAKE MAEDA MATSUJI MATSUYOSHI HlTOSHI MlHARA YONE MORIYA YOSHIYASU KUMASAWA DENHICHI MURAKAMI KITOSHI MURAO HACHIYE NAKAMURA TSUTOMU NISHI KAMEYO SADAKATA TOSHIO SHINBORI SHUICHIRO SUGIYAMA TOMIO TOBA MORIKIYO UYEHARA KAZUMI YAMAGATA Three Hundred Sixty-six DONAHUE BYERS FORSYTHE THOMAS P E X X S Y L V A X I A CLUB OFFICERS RUSSELL THOMAS . RALPH X. BYERS ELIZABETH J. FORSYTHE THOMAS J. DONAHUE . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer SOCIAL COMMITTEE THOMAS J. DONAHUE WILLIAM L. NEWBURY MARGARET BLACK ELIZABETH J. FORSYTHE MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE PAUL N. YOUNG HENRY H. JOHN- RACHEL RENO MARY A. CHASE Three Hundred Sixty-seven RlCHTER TAYLOR TRACKETT STONE GVEXIX SAGINAW CLUB NORMAN K. TRACKETT O. C. RICHTER RALPH H. TAYLOR . GEORGE L. STONE . MAURICE A. GUENIS OFFICERS . . . President ice-President Financial Secretary . Secretary Treasurer G. A. ALDERTON III A. J. BERST R. BINGHAM P. BUDGE C. L. CLARK L. P. ERLENBACH R. J. GlLLINGHAM R. J. GROSS C. W. GRUBY M. A. GUENIN H. HAWKINS W. S. HERBERT E. R. HICKS P. S. KEELER H. G. KLEEKAMP D. LAW H. C. LEE J. LuCHEK ACTIVE MEMBERS R. J. MANNION W. P. MARTZOWKA H. MITCHELL J. E. MOONEY R. H. MOONEY M. W. MONTJOY J. F. MURRAY E. A. MEYERS F. A. McDERMID O. C. OLSEN R. A. PIERCE C. REAVEY O. C. RICHTER, JR. B. J. ROCKWOOD W. ROESER R. L. SCHEIB F. G. SCHMIDT H. SPENCE J. M. STEWART G. L. STONE R. H. TAYLOR D. E. THOMAS G. E. TIEDKE N. K. TRACKETT C. L. URE E. J. URE H. C. WALLACE R. E. WEADOCK H. J. WETTLAUFER K. WHITE K. H. WILL W. H. WILLIS H. R. WHITECRAFT W. H. YEAGER E. A. YATES Three Hundred Sixty-eight MvLLETT RoESSER HAUG CoLEXlAX FxYFIELD DAWHS STEVENS BLACK BECKER ROBBIX HAMMILL WEYAXD TVXES METZ BARRETT MESXER V. KRATZ F. KRAT NEWUAX SCALP AND BLADE OFFICERS STACY BLACK . FREDERICK WEYAND CLARK STEVENS . FRED BECKER ED ROBBIXS . FRED KRATZ . Sachem Sagamore . Chief of Records Keeper of the Wampum Keeper of the Signal Fire Initiatory Master MEMBERS JERRY ASHMORE STACY BLACK HERBERT BARRETT FREDERICK BECKER LEO COLEMAN HARVEY DA WES ELWOOD FAYFIELD BERNARD HAMMILL EDWARD HAUG PAUL KING FREDERICK KRATZ WILLIAM KRATZ ELMER MESXER GEORGE METZ CHARLES MULLETT FRAXCIS MURPHY EDWARD NEWMAN WILLIAM ROESSER ED ROBBIXS RICHARD ROWLAND HAROLD SENIOR CLARK STEVENS JOHN TYNES FREDERICK WEYAND Three Hundred Sixty-nine THE WESTERNERS ' CLUB OFFICERS FRED F. WYNN GERTRUDE STRATBUCKER MARGARET E. MAC!NNES MILTON D. GREEN President Fice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES SOCIAL C. F. GALLOWAY, Chairman RUBY GREEN FRANCES KELLER ALICE L. YOUNG RUSSELL LEVITT WILLIAM S. GIBSON MEMBERSHIP GORDON ALDRICH, Chairman DORIS KELLER MAX WISHEK ALLEN H. OGILVIE ESTHER LANG MARGARET VALKNER ENTERTAINMENT HOMER MARTIN, Chairman MILTON D. GREEN WILLIAM LAI ELY FINANCE HOWELL E. HAYS, Chairman HUBERT W. LYONS MAX B. PURDY The membership of the Westerners ' Club is composed of students at the University of Michigan from the states of Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, Montana, Vyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota and Western Texas. Three Hundred Seventy FRATERNITIES GENERAL FRATERNITIES In the order of their establishment at the University of Michigan CHI Psi ALPHA DELTA PHI DELTA KAPPA EPSILON. SIGMA PHI . ZETA Psi Psi UPSILON BETA THETA Pi, 1845, re-established PHI KAPPA Psi DELTA UPSILON . SIGMA CHI ..... DELTA TAU DELTA, 1874, re-established PHI DELTA THETA, 1864, re-established SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON . THETA DELTA CHI DELTA CHI . KAPPA SIGMA SIGMA Nu ..... PHI GAMMA DELTA, 1885, re-established PHI Mu ALPHA .... ALPHA TAU OMEGA, 1888, re-established ACACIA ..... PHI KAPPA SIGMA ALPHA SIGMA PHI ZETA BETA TAU .... SIGMA PHI EPSILON KAPPA BETA Psi .... LAMBDA CHI ALPHA PHI SIGMA KAPPA PHI SIGMA DELTA THETA CHI . KAPPA Nu ..... HERMITAGE DELTA SIGMA PHI CHI PHI, 1882, re-established . ALPHA CHI RHO . BETA PHI DELTA Pi KAPPA ALPHA . DELTA ALPHA EPSILON DELTA TAU UPSILON . . . PHI BETA DELTA . TAU DELTA PHI . PHI EPSILON Pi . PHI TAU ..... TAU EPSILON PHI OMEGA Psi PHI . ALPHA PHI ALPHA, 1909, re-established 1845 1846 1855 1858 1858 1865 1867 1875 1876 1877 1880 1887 1888 1889 1892 1892 1902 1902 1902 1904 1904 1905 1908 1912 1912 1912 1913 1915 1916 1919 1919 1919 1920 1921 1921 1921 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1923 1923 1923 1923 Three Hundred Seventy-two ALPHA EPSILOX Established in 1845 Cki 9s i FRATRES IN FACULTATE WALDO MACK ABBOTT, LL.B.. A.B. Louis P. BUCKLEY, LL.B. HAUT S. SLIFER, A.M., J.D. FRATRES IN URBE GUY L. WOOLFOLK CARROL G. Ross, A.B., A.M. THOMAS A. BELKXAP FRANK CAMP THOMAS B. WHEATLEY STANLEY MUIKHEAD FRANK E. HAWLEY HUGH WELLMEIER VlLLIAM DlENER GEORGE BURKE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JOHN HARVEY NORMAN KOLB J. DONALD SCOTT Seniors CLEMONS DAVIS WILLIAM VALENTINE Juniors CHARLES J. MOCK JOHN TREBLE GORDON STRASSBURGER CHAUNCEY L. BRACE JAMES E. DUFFY, JR. BERNARD B. EDDY NATHANIEL ELY EDWARD WESTOVER FORD ROGERS Sophomores ELLIOT C. DAVIDSON Freshmen GEORGE TRIPPLETT THOMAS TUPPER HARRY E. MILES PAUL MOORE ARCHIBALD GRAY ROBERT WILKINS HENRY F. WINCHER RICHARD GRIEST JOHN WENTWORTH DIESER ROGERS BURKE GRIEST TRIPPLETT WENTWORTH WESTOVER TUPPER TREBLE DAVIDSON WISCHER WELLMEIER ELY GRAY HAWLEY STRASSBURGER MOCK EDDY DUFFT WILKINS WHEATLEY BRACE CAMP VALENTINE SCOTT MOORE KOLB DAVIS BELKNAP Three Hundred Seventy-three Alpha. ' Delta " Phi HARRY B. HUTCHINS, LL.D. HENRY M. BATES, Pn.B., LL.B. EVANS HOLBROOK, A.B., LL.B. Louis M. WARFIELD, M.D. CHAUNCEY H. SHEARER THOMAS F. GUSHING JOHN G. SEARLE DONALD R. MCARTHUR RICHARD W. BACHMANN HENRY R. SCHEMM THOMAS E. FISKE ELMER L. CORNWELL WILLIAM B. MATHESON FRATRES IN FACULTATE JESSE S. REEVES, PH.D. ROBERT T. CRANE, LL.B., Pn.D. THEODORE W. ADAMS, M.D. PHILIP W. WEATHERILL, PH.D. FRATRES IN URBE CARL C. WARDEN, M.D. PENINSULAR CHAPTER Established in 1846 JOHN R. MEIKLEJOHN, A.B. ROBERT E. BARNEY, M.D. WILLIAM H. RUMPF, M.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE THOMAS C. FERGUSON, JR. TRUMAN M. BIGELOW JOHN STEKETEE JOHN M. WINTERS, JR. CARL F. GUSHING DAVID MACTAGGART Seniors JOHN L. DAVIS GEORGE A. SCHEMM HERMAN KLEENE FRANK W. STEKETEE LEONARD W. HAYNES JOHN L. WALTER Juniors MOREAU S. CROSBY CHALMERS H. QUAINTANCE ABNER L. ROE HENRY W. SLAUGHTER PAUL D. SPEER Sophomores ALBERT T. PECK DONALD W. JAICKS GEORGE O. BEGG, JR. Freshmen WILLIAM R. JAMES FREDERICK L. COLBY JOHN J. NEWCOMB DANIEL T. QUIRK JOHN DOELMAN HARRY N. BURROWS DAVID B. BRAYTON ALEXANDER B. QUIRK I. I ' I COLBY JAICKS BURROWS FISKE PECK BEGG DOELMAN SPEER ROE CROSBY QUAINTANCE R. SCHEMM McARTHUR G. SCHEMM GUSHING DAVIS SEARLE MACTAGGART WALTER HAYNES NEWCOMB B. QUIRK CORNWELL D. QUIRK MATHESON BRAYTON JAMES Three Hundred Seventy-four OMICRON CHAPTER Established in 1855 CHARLES H. COOLET, Pa.D. HARRY W. DOUGLASS, B.S. Delta Kappa Epsiton FRATRES IN FACLLTATE ROBERT C. ANGELL, A.B. FRATRES IN LRBE EDWARD A. HUNTER FRATRES IN UNIX ERSITATE JAMES CAMPBELL GEORGE DUFFIELD, A.B. Seniors F. ARCHER HINCHMAN ARTHUR B. DAVIDSON OSCAR J. CAMPBELL, PH.D. EDWARD D. CAMPBELL TOHX M. BuLKLEY MORRIS MUZZY WALTER S. GOODSPEED CHARLES W. MERRIAM, JR. MARCUS B. DUFFIELD RICHARD V. DAKIX M. LEE SHERWOOD S. DOUGLAS FLOOD FRAXCIS L. TILDEX Jutiiors JACK P. BRJSCOE IXFIELD H. ROGERS Sopkomores ALFRED B. CONXABLE, JR. DEVVnr E. TAYLOR JAMES V. McCABE FREDERICK J. VOGT GEORGE S. HAGCARTY ROBERT S. X PAUL R. REED WALTER K.. WHITEHEAD DAVID M. MARTIN- Freshmen SIDXEY B. TREMBLE HARLAXD G. WALTER RALPH V " . HITCHCOCK RALPH E. WERTZ, JR. EDWARD FEE P. PERRY W. MCL.EAX FUNK SHERWOOD WALTER HITCHCOCK FUNK FEE TREMBLE WERTZ PERRY HAGGARTY MERRIAM McCABE GOODSPEED DUFFIELD MARTIN VOGT WHITEHEAD CONNABLE TAYLOR MCALLISTER FLOOD TILDEN REED ROGERS DAVIDSON HIXCHMAN BRISCOE BULKLEY MUZZY Three Hundred Seventy-fee ALPHA OF MICHIGAN Established in 1858 CHARLES A. HOWELL BUCKLEY C. ROBBINS JULIAN E. MACK RUSSELL S. SCRIBNER CoRYELL C. GoVE NORMAN H. GERLACH FRATRES IN FACULTATE MORTIMER E. COOLEY, LL.D. FRATRES IN URBE [AMES V. WILLCOX FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE RICHARD G. F. GRYLLS Seniors DE " ITT C. MILLEN JOHN E. DINWIDDIE JOHN A. BOWEN LAFRANCE A. MITCHELL ELLIOTT F. BROCKLEBANK Juniors JOHN A. BILLINGS Sophomores ROBERT M. Fox JAMES K. MILLER GORDON O. RICE JOHN R. J. GRYLLS Freshmen RUDOLPH ROBINSON, III EDWIN C. GAMBLE JAMES B. DEANE DAVID A. HOWELL CLYDE J. YERKERKE EBEN M. GRAVES ANDREW A. HOWELL RICE GRAVES CLARK Fox SCRIBNER MACK BOWEN BILLINGS VERKKERKE FRASER MITCHELL BROCKLEBANK ROBBINS DINWIDDIE G. GRYLLS ROBINSON DEANE GERLACH GAMBLE A. HOWELL GOVE D. HOWELL Three Hundred Seventy-six XI CHAPTER Established in 1858 ' SI VlLLIAM V. HlNSHAW, JR L. PERKINS BULL RAYMOND CASSIDY CHARLES J. MERRILL IRWIN F. DEISTER E.MIL DEISTER CHARLES F. M. STAFFORD FRATRES IN FA CULT ATE PHILIP C. BURSLEY, ' 02 FREDERICK A. BRADFORD, ' 21 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE PERRIN H. LONG JOHN W. PAGE CHARLES C. TERRY Seniors WM. C. LIGHTEN BERG, JR. WENDELL P. MOORE FRANCIS L. SMITH IRVVIN C. UTERITZ THORNTON VV. SARGENT, JR. ROBERT A. PHILIPPS R. ANDREW BROWN- ROBERT J. POTTER Juniors CHARLES C. CHAPPEL EDWIN F. RITCHIE Sophomores A. VAUGH HERRICK THOMAS B. GILMORE HERBERT STEGER E. WILSON WARDELL WILLIAM A. KNAPP JAMES E. SCRIPPS Freshmen ERIC MuLHOLLAXD MORGAN THIEME TOM S. EDWARDS WILLIAM T. WHITE LYMAN C. SAVAGE THOMAS F. MARSTON, JR. I. DEISTER ARDELL STEGER BROWN HERRICK SAVAGE MERILL PHILIPPS CHAPPLE HITE EDWARDS POTTER RICHIE SARGENT MOORE UTERITZ BULL PAGE LICHTENBERG SMITH E. DEISTER MULHOLLAND MARSTON THIEME STAFFORD SCRIPPS Three Hundred Seventy-seven rsi Upsilon PHI CHAPTER Established in 1865 HENRY F. ADAMS, A.M., B.S FRANK I. CORNWELL VICTOR H. LANE CECIL B. HERT ROBERT E. ADAMS JOSEPH W. CRABBE SMITH BOLTON HUGH T. SMITH FRANKLIN J. DICKMAN HENRY B. PARFET WILLIAM C. BROWN, JR. EDWIN C. MACK FRATRES IN FACULTATE GEORGE G. BROWN, B.S. JAMES H. HANFORD, PH.D. GEORGE W. PATTERSON, JR., A.M., B.S. FRATRES IN URBE JOHN R. IVES NATHAN S. POTTER FREDERICK R. WALDRON CHARLES W. GRAHAM DANIEL F. ZIMMERMAN FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JOHN McCALMONT HARRY R. PARSONS THOMAS I. UNDERWOOD FRANCIS F. WEBBER RALPH H. BACKUS GUY G. WEDTHOFF THOMAS CRABBE PROSSER M. WATTS Seniors PAUL H. DUNAKIN WILLIAM E. HETTRICK Juniors HAROLD J. NUTTING EDWARD E. WEADOCK Sophomores WlLLOUGHBY S. CnESLEYjR. ROBERT C. MoRREY ROBERT E. RICHEY RICHARD L. UNDERWOOD Freshmen PAUL W. BRUSKE WILLIAM T. COLEMAN GEORGE W. Ross, JR. GILBERT STEVENS ROBERT S. WEIDEMANN, JR. FRANCIS W. KELSEY, Pn.D WILLIAM DELANO CHRISTIAN N. MACK BOWEN E. SCHUMACHER WILLIAM C. COLBURN JOHN D. MULHERON JOSEPH W. SHAW CHARLES M. NORRIS DOUGLAS D. LOREE EASTON T. KELSEY ROBERT E. WEADOCK R. WEADOCK COLEMAN UNDERWOOD DICKMAN PARFET CHESLEY LOREE NORRIS MORREY SMITH T. CRABBE SHAW NUTTING WATTS E. WEADOCK ADAMS DUNAKIN MULHERON WEDTHOFF BACKUS COLBURN J. CRABBE HETTRICK WEIDEMANN STEPHENS BROWN BRUSKE MACK Ross Three Hundred Seventy-eight LAMBDA CHAPTER Established in 1845 Re-established in 1867 EARL W. Dow, A.B. WILLIAM W. WAIT, PH.D. Ji ' Nii-s E. BEAL LEONARD H. BARRETT EDWARD J. ELLIOTT W. CYRUS RICE, III LLEWELLYN LLOYD LAWRENCE W. SNELL, JR. FREDERICK T. MOORE, JR. WILLIAM W. KERR, JR. JOHN L. Gow JAMES G. MOORE ALEXANDER N. AVERT OSCAR GORENFLO FRATRES IN FACULTATE FRANK E. ROBBINS, PH.D., M.E. ALLAN S. WHITNEY. A.B. KENNETH C. McMuRRAy, A.B. FRATRES IN URBE J. J. GOODYEAR EDWIN R. PARKER WELLINGTON TINKER DWIGHT H. RAMSDELL ELMER E. BEAL FRATRES IN VNIVERSITATE JOHN A. CARRIGAN WILLIAM HITCHCOCK WEST H. GALLOGLY EDWARD H. YOST CHARLES L. MCCALLUM MAXWELL F. BADGLEY Seniors JOSEPH R. STADFIELD, JR. VIRGIL S. REITER, JR. ROBERT V. V. RICE WILLIAM H. SCHARTZ, JR. RAYMOND J. ROTH WILLIAM V. PENOYAR Juniors KESNETH R. KERR JAMES A. RICE Sophomores CHARLES A. REINKE NOBLE D. TRAVIS G. HARLOW LOUNSBERRY ELWYN G. HARRYMAN HAROLD R. STADFIELD FRANK P. WEAVER FRANK RICE CHARLES MICHAELS Freshmen GEORGE BABCOCK ROBERT GRAB MILES REINKE LEWIS OSWALD RALPH R_ BURCH GEORGE W T . ATHEY CHARLES M. GREENWAY, JR. W. KENNETH GALBRATTH JAMES H. BERNARD EDWARD N. HARTWICK RODNEY LAWRENCE RICHARD EARHART M. REINKE TRAVIS H. STADFIELD HARTWICK C. REINKE HARRYMAN LOUNSBERRY W. KERR BABCOCK BERNARD K. KERR J. RICE ROTH F. MOORE Gow WEAVER GALBRAITH GREENWAY REITER SNELL R. RICE SCHWARTZ J. STADFIELD PENOYAR EARHART J. MOORE AVERT MICHAEL GORENFLO LAWRENCE GRAB F. RICE Three Hundred Seventy-nine JOHN R. EFFINGER, PH.D. MICHIGAN ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1875 DETLEV W. BRONK, PH.D. W. PHILLIPS CAMPBELL ARNOLD A. PIATT FRATRES IN FACULTATE CHRISTOPHER G. PARNALL, A.B., M.D. EDWARD H. KRAUS, Pn.D. FRATRES IN URBE HARRY ALGEO FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE RICHARD ARCHBOLD LAWRENCE R. VAN NESS ELWYN G. DAVIES CYRENUS G. DARLING WILLIAM CUDLET S eniors EDWARD S. REID, JR. HARRY J. WALKER, JR. LELAND W. KIRKPATRICK Juniors E. CORNELL WALBRIDGE ARTHUR J. HOLDEN G. CARLTON HILL CLARKE FIELD EUGENE L. DUNNE EDWARD PARNALL THEODORE B. HANNA Sophomores ALBERT PYOTT ROBERT J. HUMMER WILLIAM PROSSER HAYDEN MILLS JOHN M. BAKER PAUL J. KULLMAN EDWARD J. LEHMAN, JR. MILTON OTTE THORNTON WATERFALL SIDNEY HUFF Freshmen GEORGE WILLIS WILLIAM HOWARD ORMOND S. WESSELS MILO E. OLIPHANT JOHN G. PLAIN " KENNETH SEICK NELSON D. PHELPS CARROLL OTTE LEHMAN PHELPS HUFF WATERFALL HOWARD BAKER PLAIN HANNA KULLMAN SEICK PROSSER PARNALL FIELD WALBRIDGE DUNNE PYOTT MILLS OLIPHANT PIATT KIRKPATRICK REID WALKER WESSELLS HILL Three Hundred Eighty MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established in 1876 ARTHUR L. CROSS, PH.D. CLARENCE L. MEADER, PH.D. HARRISON M. RANDALL. Pn.D. FRANCIS B. VE DDER, A.M., D.D.S. ALBERT E. GREENE, PH.D., C.E. HORACE G. PRETTYMAN, A.B. MERRIT M. HAWXHURST, M.D. Delta Upsil FRATRES IN FACULTATE JOSEPH H. DRAKE, PH.D., LL.B. JACOB E. REIGHAJID, PH.D. PHILLIP HADLEY, PH.D., M.D. V. FREEMAN GALPIN, PH.D. FRATRES IN LRBE HENRY V. NICHOLS ARTHUR V. STALKER, A.B., D.D. EDWIN J. HUNTING-TON, C.E. ' OSllOTV WALTER B. FORD, A.M. WILFRED B. SHAW, A.M. ALBERT B. PECK, A.M. WRAY H. CONGDON, A.M. GEORGE H. BROWN- HARRY M. HAWLEY, A.B. J. STANLEY SCHOFF, A.B. GEORGE F. GREEN- LYNN J. TUTTLE ROBERT D. GIBSON- MARK E. CROXTON DAVID E. MCLLVEN LAURENCE M. CLARK J. QUENTIN WADDELL FREDERIC STEVENS FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE RALPH ALLEN L. GRANT BALDWIN, JR. H. WILSON SMITH HERBERT M. WALLACE Seniors JOHN R. RIFORD HARRY R. CHAPMAN LINCOLN J. CARTER, JR. WILLIAM OTTAWAY EDWARD C. McCoBB Juniors LAUREN B. STOKES BERRY JAMES A. BERESFORD WILLIAM W. CLORE DONALD C. McCABE JAMES BROOKER Sophomores HAJIRY McCoBB ROBERT SIEWERT ALEX GOETZE DAVID SUTTER Freshmen JOSEPH WHINNERY ROBERT SEYMOUR S. MUNGER FINN CLAYTON B. SEAGEARS FREDERICK Now CHARLES E. SHEARER THOMAS JOHNSON HALL SYLVESTER FORD RICHARD FREYBERG WADDELL JEROME CLARK MC " EY SUTTER GOETZE H. McCoBB STEWART SHEARER STOKESBURY CLORE MCELLVEN NOVY BROOKER SEAGEARS FINN LAFER GIBSON RIFORD CROXTON E. McCoBB CARTER CHAPMAN OTTAWAY DEWEESE McCABE STEVENS WHINNERY FREYBERG JOHNSON FORD Three Hundred Eighty-one THETA THETA CHAPTER Established in 1877 FRED M. TAYLOR ALBERT H. WORLEY EDGAR L. MOON DURAND W. SPRINGER T. RARIDEN PEIRSOL CHARLES V. BERRY EDWARD F. LAMBRECHT )HN P. BERNARD . MELVILLE FORSYTHE ROBERT M. MITCHELL RICHARD J. HONEYCHURCH DONALD C. BRUCE FREDERICK W. LYONS FRATRES IN FACULTATE FIELDING H. YOST HENRY C. ANDERSON DARRELL H. DAVIS NELSON LEE SMITH FRATRES IN URBE ALBERT H. STONEMAN LEWIS A. STONEMAN ARTHUR C. WILKINSON J. GRIFFITH HAYS WILLIAM R. TORGERSON HOWARD S. WILLSON FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ALFRED C. HIRTH THAIN FARLEY WILLIAM J. MENKE KIRK S. WHITE JAMES S. CLARK CLAIRE S. SPERRY RONALD M. SCHRODER Seniors CHARLES E. HOFFER LEWIS H. STONEMAN ROBERT M. WINSLOW Juniors ARTHUR F. CLOUD CHARLES S. HOVER GEORGE T. TOWNLEY JAMES E. KENNEDY WILLIAM J. REILLY THEODORE CHRYST WARD W. WHITE Sophomores J. GILBERT NEWTON DAVID H. WILLS Freshmen LEON E. HARBAUGH RICHARD M. MAXWELL LEWIS M. GRAM CARL M. SMITH CARL W. EBERBACH CURT SCHNEIDER CARL C. HUBACH ROBERT J. UPJOHN JACK W. DEETRICK GILBERT T. JEROME CHARLES K. WALDEX WILLIAM H. STONEMAN HAYMOND HARRINGTON EDGAR J. REILLY W T HITE BRUCE LYONS MAXWELL CHRYST HARBAUGH E. REILLY HARRINGTON WILLS W. STONEMAN HONEYCHURCH KENNEDY WOODRUFF CLOUD CLARK FORSYTHE WALDEN SCHRODER HOVER W. REILLY JEROME DEETRICK FARLEY LAMBRECHT L. STONEMAN MENKE HOFFER BERRY L ' PJOHX Three Hundred Eighty-two DELTA CHAPTER Established in 1874 NED R. SMITH, PH.D., M.D. HOBART H. WlLLARD, PH.D. RALPH H. CURTISS. PH.D. WARREN V. FLORER, PH.D. JOHN M. BARNES, B.S. CALVERT A. BOYD EARLE D. McBRiDE ARTHUR O. GRAVES SAMUEL L. BAUER FRANKLIN D. HEPBURN FREDERIC I. ROWE CALVIN S. KOCH SAMUEL M. WETZEL FRATRES IN FACULTATE FLOYD E. BARTELL, PH.D. IRVING V. GREENE, A.B., M.D. FRATRES IN I RBE ROBERT C. MACK.EXSIE, M.D. SEWELL H. PLATT, A.B. FRATRES IN I NIVERS1TATE HERBERT W. FLORER LEIGH J. YOUNG, A.B., M.S.F. PAUL D. CAHOW, A.M. ARTHUR H. BLANCHARD. C.E., A.M. F. P. ARTHUR, D.D. Seniors HARRY A. S. CLARK WENDELL F. HANSELMAN NATHAN W. ROBERTSON HARRY S. SIEGEL STEWART E. DOOLITTLE, B.S. FRANK H. MARTIN- JOHN H. PAGE Juniors ROBERT O. YOUNG Sophomores EDWARD L. BOWMAN THOMAS E. CASADY, JR. EDWARD J. HIGCINS STUART C. JOHNSON J. ROBERTS TODD E. GIFFORD UPJOHN L. MALCOLM WETZEL Freshmen HARRY B. KOENIG ALLEN A. MEYER GAYLORD B. WILSON HARVEY A. WILSON SHERWOOD A. YOUNG HARRY D. HOEY WILLIAM B. ETHERIDGE J. CHALMERS MACGREGOR WILLARD H. WEBB JOSEPH T. PRICE LELAND K. WILSON PAGE TODD MEYER ?. WETZEL PRICE KOENIG G. WILSON H. WILSON- WEBB JOHNSON MACGREGOR HIGGINS L. WETZEL CASADY BAUER ETHERIDGE HOEY BOWMAN UPJOHN ROWE S. YOUNG R. YOUNG CLARK McBaiDE ROBERTSON SIEGEL HANSELMAN HEPBURN BOYD Three Hundred Eighty-three MICHIGAN ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1864 Re-established in 1887 HENRY A. SANDERS, Pn.D. EARL V. MOORE, A.B. FRATRES IN FACULTATE ALBERT E. WHITE, A.B. CHARLES W. EDMUNDS, A.B., M.D. ERMINE W. CASE, PH.D. GUY M. WHIFFLE, PH.D. HUGH M. BEEBE, M.D. EDWARD C. DAVIDSON FRANK HOLMES HARRY KIPKE HEBER R. CURTIS G. PALMER SEELEY HAROLD MARTIN LORENZ VASBINDER JOHN WINDIATE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors DOUGLAS ROBY WILLIS R. LEENHOUTS WALTER H. VELDE W. GRAYDON MILLER JAMES E. JOHNS DONALD W. STEKETEE HOWARD SHERWOOD Juniors D. BRADFORD APTED PAUL H. BLUM Sophomores HOWARD ANKLI JUSTIN COMPTON ELDON W. MICHAELS NAPIER ALDRICH HENRY C. HEIL PHILLIP MURKETT DONALD TAYLOR FREDERICK MECKLE Freshmen WALKER EVERETT PAUL DIETRECH RAY M. OLDS JACK P. BECKTON R. HARDY MAGRATH CARL BIRD HARRY HALL WILLIAM MACK.LIND ROBERT BENNET WHITWORTH ANKLI BIRD HALL HEIL ALDRICH SEELEY COMPTON MARTIN E. MICHAELS APTED KIPKE MAGRATH CURTIS STEKETEE SHERWOOD STRACHAN FARLEY OLDS BECKTON LEENHOUTS HOLMES VELDE MILLER DAVIDSON- ROBY ILIFF MACKLIND MECKLE TAYLOR WINDIATE DIETRICH VASBIXDER EVERETT Three Hundred Eighty-four MICHIGAN IOTA- BETA CHAPTER Established in 1888 Epsil on CHARLES T. OLMSTEAD, B.S. OTTO H. HAXS DEAN D. ATKINSON ROBERT O. KERR FREDERICK H. BENNETT CHARLES J. MONROE WILLIAM A. WEEKES FRANK STILES, JR. W. LELAND ANDERSON JAMES B. HOOVER MAX M. VAN-SANDT FRATRES IX FACULTATE CARROLL H. MAY, PH.D. SCOTT C. RUNNELS, M.D. FRATRES IX URBE PAVL M. IRELAND JOHN Cox FRATRES IX UNIX ERSITATE JAMES W. HALFHILL JAMES M. BOWERS OHN C. COWING EUGENE VERNOU ARTHUR D. MOORE, B.S., E.E. WILLIAM K. XEIMAN G. RICHARD SWEET SHELDON M. BROWN- CHARLES T. KURTZ XEIL P. RENEHAN WELDON T. HAMES Seniors ROBERT C. WHITLOCK WILLIAM E. BENSON Juniors TALBERT A. BOWERS JOHN H. WILSON- BEN M. BUTLER Sophomores DAVID M. BRAMBLE CASS S. HOUGH FREDERICK G. BEITS ROBERT M. KURTZ Freshmen STEVEN F. WILSON J. GLENN DONALDSON ALLIN B. CROUCH WILLIAM F. WINCHELL J. BRADLEY HAIGHT EUGENE B. POTTER RONALD P. SELWAY MARION COLLISON JENNESS J. DANCER GEORGE DUNLEAVY JOHN D. LoCKTOX LAWRENCE L. HOWE DAWSON C. BAER CROUCH HOOVER S. WILSON BAER DONALDSON HOWE VAN-SANDT C. KURTZ BETTS LOCKTON BRAMBLE HOUGH R. KURTZ ANDERSON WINCHELL RENEHAX DANCER COLLISON BOWERS BUTLER HAMES WEEKES MONROE I. ILSON STILES BENSON WHITLOCK BENNETT SELWAY SWEET BROWN Three Hundred Eighty-five fketa Delta Cki KEMP KEENA, A.B. HACKLEY BUTLER, A.B. NED WARNER, LL. B. REV. H. A. JUMP, A.B., D.D. FRANK LOSCH HAROLD T. HALL JOHN H. MORSE PAIGE E. LEHMAN ROBERT MANSFIELD COLE A. WARD FRATRES IN FACULTATE W. S. KIMBALL, PH.D. EDMOND E. DAY, A.B., M.A., PH.D. FRATRES IN URBE HARRY POTTER. A.B. ROBERT FROST FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE WESLEY NUTTEN Seniors MARION B. STAHL GORDON WHITBECK CLARENCE D. DsPuY REYNOLD WOOD DONALD BOOTHBY NORMAN HANSON Juniors THOMAS G. KINDEL DONALD CRAINE HOWARD A. DONAHUE CALVIN A. CAMPBELL Sophomores FRANCIS C. WARD JACKSON M. KEEFER LESIE E. CHAPPELL BYRON CAMPBELL Freshmen GRAHAM CLARK AINSWORTH BOOTH THURMAN CLARK WALTER YOUNG WESTON FARMER GAMMA DEUTERON CHARGE Established in 1889 E. F. BARKER, PH.D. WADE STONE, A.B., M.D, E. R. ELZINGA, A.B., M.D. HUDSON W. FLEISCHAUER, A.B., M.D. CLARK BOOTHBY FRANK McPiKE TYLER STEVENS IRA O. DENMAN, JR. QUINCY WELLINGTON WILLIAM ANDERSON LEHMAN WARD DENMAN CHAPPELL KEEPER B. CAMPBELL D. BOOTHBY CRAINE KINDEL C. CAMPBELL STEVENS MORSE DONAHUE WHITBECK DE?UY WOOD McPiKE HANSON C. BOOTHBY HALL STAHL LOSCH BOOTH MANSFIELD ANDERSON CLARK FARMER WARD CLARK WELLINGTON Three Hundred Eighty-six MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established in 1892 FRATRES IN FACL TATE H. REED, A.B., LL.B. EARL S. OLAVER, A.B., FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors HARLOW H. AKERS RICHARD GREGORY VINCENT F. MACKEL CHARLES D. MALLOCH HAROLD E. STORZ FREDERICK A. HORN DOUGLAS F. PARK GEORGE A. ABBOTT MARTIN A. KLAVER Juniors H. THOMAS CAVAXAUGH LLOYD E. EISELE EDMUND M. NELSON ARTHUR E. SPENCER, JR. JOHN H. WITHERSPOON HERBERT . JAMISON DONALD M. SWAN- B. BRADBURX GUY M. N EARING Sophomores HUGH B. McK-AY KENNETH A. MICHEL HARLAN F. MILES STANLEY G. SIMPSON BENJAMIN W. WINTER JOHN E. MACK.EL JOSEPH B. PATTIXSOX HAROLD H. KEXYON CLIFFORD A. MITTS Freshmen RICHARD E. BARTOX YILLIAM G. COFFIN WILLIAM R. DAY, II Fours A. MEESE CARL V. CROSS FRANK W. ATKINSOX, JR MICHEL ATKIXSOX BARTOX CROSS MESE COFFIX DAY NEARIXG MITTS PATTINSOX J. MACKEL SIMPSON McKAY NELSOX BRADBURX SPEXCER EISELE MALLOCH WITHERSPOOX JAMISON CAVAXAUGH STORZ V. MACKEL HORX AKERS KLAVER PARK ABBOTT GREGORY Three Hundred Eighty-seven FRANK H. STEVENS, B.S. RICHARD C. TRAVIS DOUGLAS R. DEWEV RAYMOND A. ARNDT SYDNEY H. STROUD CLARK L. CHASE PAUL W. MYERS FREDERICK H. WASSMAN ROBERT F. BACKER LEROY G. HESTON FRATRES IN FACULTATE FERDINAND N. MENEFEE, B.S. W. FREDERICK PETERSON, A.M. ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER Established in 1892 ARTHUR E. WOOD, PH.D. FRATRES L UXIYERSITATE HAROLD E. ROEHM FRANKLIN B. HETTINGER LOREN E. SULLIVAN JOHN R. MERANDA WILLIAM H. WALKER LAWRENCE E. DOOGE ARTHUR K. HYDE ARTHUR ROBINSON Seniors ALLEN H. MILLS HOWARD M. WOLFE Juniors EDWIN M. EVERHAM PHILLIP E. MARION- JAMES H. WARD, JR. Sophomores JAMES J. COLLISON ROBERT V. HALSEY MORRIS O. REED HAROLD O. STEELE SEWARD R. WILLIAMS GEORGE K. ZIMMERMAN Freshmen CARL V. FORSLUND ROBERT J. GILLINGHAM ROBERT V. KIRSCHMAN E. DONALD LAURENCE HERBERT C. WALLACE CLAYTON J. WOLF WILLIAM E. MATHEWS BERT E. L ' EBELE HENRY H. HUBBARD SIDNEY H. MO RGAN- RICHARD L. LAURENCE BELDING D. THORPE CHARLES W. GRUBE McKsNZlE SHANNON- BACKER GRUBE KIRSCHMAN HESTON WALLACE GILLINGHAM WILLIAMS ZIMMERMAN MYERS THORPE REED STEELE WASSMAN R. LAURENCE HYDE ARNDT STROUD HUBBARD MORGAN MARION COLLISON EVERHAM WARD MILLS WALKER UEBELE DEWEY H. WOLF DOOGE ROBINSON Three Hundred Eighty-eight GAMMA NT CHAPTER Established in 1902 V. CARL RUFUS, PH.D. C. DOUGLASS SARGENT WILLIAM BALES LORN A. GREEN- ROBERT T. KXODE ARTHUR E. STONE HENRY V. BAKER JOHN G. LAMOREE GEORGE C. DILLMAX JOHN X. KIRSCU RAYMOND A. BECK, JR. RUSSELL H. JOHNSON kjigma FRATRES IN FACULTATE LOWELL J. CARR, A.B. RUSSELL T. PURXELL, A.B. FRATRES IN URBE RUSSELL T. DOBSOX JOHN F. DUNN FRATRES IN UN1YERSITATE H. W. RIGGS ROGERS F. WAKEFIELD EGBERT ISBELL E. R. THOMSON W. C. HASKELL C. J. KOESTER A. C. LANG E. B. PEARCE Seniors JAMES W. HUME, JR. THOMAS B. LALLY HENRY G. HAMMER CHARLES E. PROCTOR HOWARD ROWSE Juniors WILLIAM H. MERNER CHARLES R. MILLER N NEISCH JOHN A. BACON Sophomores GEORGE S. V ATKINS DAVID S. JUDSON LESTER G. WITTMAN ALBERT E. SMITH SHOREY S. PETERSON, A.B. WADE P. CONNELL KENNETH TURNER N. BROCK LADNER HARRIS D. McKixxEY FRANK L. TENXAXT THOMAS C. TRACY JAMES W. MARTIN- THOMAS G. LAMOREE ARTHUR F. FOULKES JOHN T. NIXON Freskmfn Lucius J. LALLY JOSEPH DOHANY ROBERT F. MARKT JOHNSON FOULKES NIXON R. LALLY DlLLMAN HOWE KlRSCH JuDSON J. LAMOREE MILLER MERNER NEISCH HUME COXNELL McKiXNEY STONE KXODE Three Hundred Eighty-nine ALBERT E. ALLAN- FREDERICK J. FEELY Kxox B. HOWE FEELY DOHANY MARKT WITTMAN T. LAMOREE ALLAN ROWSE BACON MARTIN ATKINS HAMMER PROCTOR TEXNENT J. LALLY PhiG amma Delia FRATRES IN FACULTATE HENRY E. RIGGS, A.B., C.E. JOSEPH R. HAYDEN, M.A. HERBERT C. SADLER, A.B., C.E. HARRY W. MILLER, M.E. ALEXANDER ZIWET, C.E. SHIRLEY W. SMITH, A.M. EDSON R. SUNDERLAND, A.M., B.L.S. MORRIS P. TILLEY, Pn.D. ALFRED S. WARTHIN, PH.D., M.D. ALPHA PHI CHAPTER Established in 1885 Re-established in 1902 JAMES B. POLLOCK, Sc.D. CHARLES F. MEYERS, PH.D. CHARLES W. LEWIS, A.B. FRANCIS L. D. GOODRICH, A.B., B.L.S. GEORGE O. BROPHY, LL.B. CLEMENT A. SMITH J. STANLEY CARTER FREDERICK H. COSSITT RICHARD H. ROWLAND FREDERICK E. GILNER WALTER K. SCHERER CHARLES B. EMERY EDMOND MADDEN EARL F. GOWEN JOSEPH J. FINN W. GREGORY MARTIN FRATRES IN URBE WILLIS BLAKESLEE. LL.B. Louis FORSYTHE, A.B. CALVIN RAYLORN FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE J. CARL MARTINDALE JAMES A. ROLLS THOMAS OUTLAND Seniors GEORGE F. PERRIN JEROME G. THOMAS ROBERT O. MARTIN H. WILLIS HEIBREDER BENJAMIN G. GOWER FRED G. CADWELL J. CLIFFORD YEAKEY Juniors W. HOMER HATTENDORF JOHN P. COMSTOCK FORREST I. YEAKEY JOHN P. ANDERSON FREDERICK H. BALDWIN Sophomores GEORGE S. MARTIN CHARLES D. LIVINGSTONE TALMAN A. DAVENPORT KENNETH C. PATTERSON EDGAR H. AILES WILLIAM D. ROESSER Freshmen SIDNEY A. JOHNSON CHARLES B. SAPP JOSEPH E. GANDY ROYAL F. CHERRY BROUWER D. MC!NTYRE HERBERT L PTON WENDELL T. FITZGERALD NELSON JOYNER, JR. JAMES J. JOHNSON CHARLES S. PRATT RICHARD H. KRAUSE DONALD S. SCOTT STEWART H. HULSE JAMES L. COSSITT BURTON A. FLOYD KENNETH E. MORGARIDGE S. JOHNSON GANDY CHERRY W. MARTIN SAPP FLOYD MORGARIDGE FINN G. MARTIN LIVINGSTONE HULSE EMERY ROESSER PATTERSON J. COSSITT DAVENPORT MADDEN GOWEN COMSTOCK HATTENDORF KRAUSE SCHERER SCOTT AILES ANDERSON F. YEAKEY F. COSSITT SMITH PERRIN C. YEAKEY LEWIS GILNER ROWLAND CARTER JOYNER GOWER THOMAS J. JOHNSON B. MARTIN HEIDBREDER PRATT Three Hundred Ninety EPSILON CHAPTER Established in 1902 i Mil Alpha M. L. BECEMAX, A.B., M.S. GEORGE O. BOWEX WALTER F. COLBY, PH.D. H. RUSSELL EVANS FRANCIS V. KELSEV, PH.D., LL.D. FR_ TRES IN FACULTATE SAMVEL P. LOCKWOOD, A.M. ALBERT LOCKWOOD EARL V. MOORE, A.M. PETER OKELBERG. Pn.D. FRATRES IN URBE OTTO J. STAHL ALBERT A. STANLEY, A.M., Mus.D. WILLIAM WHEELER, Pn.B. AXTHONY WHITUIRE NELSON V. RVSSELL, A.M. LEVI D. WINES, C.E. ROBERT R. DIETERLE MALCOLM G. BOVRXE O. B. McGlLUCUDDY ELDRED H. SCOTT GORDON WIER GEORGE V. CLANCY GLEX HAROLD FOREST BRIMACOMBE CHARLES A. SINK, A.B. GEORGE N. EARLE, A.B. R. A. CAMPBELL FRATRES IN tNI ERSITATE GEORGE HEIDEMAN EARL B. RITCHIE SETH R. BIDWELL HOWARD C. WALSER THOMAS E. DEWEY JOHN MITCHELL ROBERT H. MOORE. K. D. DIEHL EDGAR M. REITZ BRUCE C. DAVIS W. W. SPAXAGEL DALE J. BOWEN HARRY S. LASKEY Seniors LOREN S. GAXXON GEORGE L. STONE J . HAROLD L. PACKER Juniors JAMES A. DRYER GEORGE W. TROOST Sophomores HARRY D. GAUGH HAROLD C. TORREY Freshmen ROBERT K. CHAPPEL LESTON S. WHITEHEAD LAWREXCE N. RLTZ WILLIAM P. FOSTER W. HAROLD LIGHTBODY CARL S. FERY KARL P. HEIDEMAN HOWARD W. HENDERSON RALPH JOACHIM BOWEN BRIMACOMBE HAROLD SPANAGEL HENDERSON DlEHL BOVRNE FOSTER REITZ DEWEY MOORE PACKER DAVIS JOACHIM WHITEHEAD LASKEY WIER DRYER FERY HEIDEMAN TORREY STONE LIGHTBODY GANXON SCOTT TROOST McGimcuDDY WALSER RITZ EARLE BIDWELL Three Hundred Xitiety-one Alpha Tau Omega BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER Established in 1888 Re-established in 1904 U. B. PHILLIPS, A.B., A.M., PH.D. C. N. FESSENDEN, M.E. G. E. LITTLE, B.S. FRATRES IN FACULTATE J. H. CANNON, B.S. H. VV. EMERSON, B.S., M.D. WILLIAM J. HOWARD DUNCAN J. McCoLL LESTER A. HORNUNG CAMERON K. MAC EIL GEORGE Z. HOFFMAN- DONALD W. HEDRICK EDWIN W. THOMAS ROBERT J. BOYD W. R. HUMPHREYS, A.M. ;. S. GALLAXD, PH.D. V. C. LOUISELL, A.B. FRATRES IN UNTVERSITATE M. L. DEFRIES G. K. O ' BRIEN Seniors WILLIAM G. MCGREGOR HOWARD J. LIVERANCE KENNETH K. McCoLL JOHN H. SHAKLEFORD J. SIMS LAMAR DEAN SEITZ Juniors W. ARCHIBALD TURNBULL FREDERICK E. LEWELLYN DONALD M. DIXON RAYMOND S. POWERS GEORGE B. ADAMS HOWARD A. VISEL RONALD OWENS EDWARD T. REESE Sophomores FRED C. CULVER RICHARD L. THOMSON Freshmen STERLING L. SMITH H. FREDERICK PARKER E. PERRY LARSON CARL ENGASS EDMUND K. ELLIS NELSON DE COSTA W. GROCE HARRISON RALPH R. RATHBONE CHARLES H. HEINZ WILLIAM L. DONMOYER OWENS THOMSON REESE HEDRICK CULVER VISEL ADAMS DIXON DsCosTA LEWELLYN K. McCoLL L. HORNUNG DEFRIES O ' BRIEN HOFFMAN SEITY HARRISON SHAKLEFORD ELLIS LIVERANCE D. McCoLL LARSON ENGASS HOWARD TURNBULL LAMAR HEINZ HUNT R. HORNUNG SMITH R. BOYD M. BOYD PARKER DONMOYER Three Hundred Ninety-two MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established in 1904 A.C MARION L. BURTON, PH.D., LL.D. FREDERICK G. Now, M.D., Sc.D. RUSSELL W. BUNTING, D.D.Sc. FRATRES IN FACULTATE MORTIMER E. COOLEY, ENG.D., LL.D. NEVILLE S. HOFF, D.D.S. ARTHUR G. HALL, PH.D. CLARENCE T. JOHNSON, C.E. HENRY H. ATWELL, B.S. HERBERT W. EMERSON, B.S., M.D. LLOYD E. THATCHER, A.B. JUNIUS E. BEAL ROBERT GRANVILLE ARCH WALLS, A.B. ROBERT A. ANDERSON HOWARD I. SHAW WILTON P. WHITE RAY C. COUTTS KENNETH L. MACQUEEN WILLIAM J. DONNELLY FRATRES IN URBE ROBERT A. CAMPBELL WILLIAM C. HOLLANDS CHARLES A. SINK ROBERT F. NORRIS JOHN LINDEN SCHMITT FRED H. STEGATH RAYE C. EASTMAN FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CECIL H. HAAS, A.B. ARTHUR E. COATES, B.S. GLENN C. FORRESTER, A.B., M.S. Seniors HOWARD G. CHAMBERLAIN NORMAN C. ROEGNER ARCH WALLS ILMER E. WEBSTER CHARLES E. WILSON JOSEPH R. WOODWARD Juniors JACOB W. HOSTRUP HOWARD H. HINDES NORMAN D. REYNOLDS JOHN R. ROWE FRED D. TAYLOR Sophomores GEORGE P. VAN-NESS WARREN P. WILLIAMSON, JR. Pledges MILTON W. HEATH JOHN M. PARREAXT E. J. TEETER CHARLES R. W T EBB WILLIAM H. HARVIE, B.S. PIERCE H. ROBINSON BEN W. WEIR LINCOLN D. JONES WILLIAM H. STEWART TEETER DONNELLY VAN-NESS MACQUEEN HEATH WEBB PARREANT ROWE HAAS REYNOLDS ROBINSON METHOD HINDES TAYLOR JONES WHITE WEIR SHAW COATES CHAMBERLAIN FORRESTER WALLS ANDERSON WILSON WOODWARD HOSTRUP COUTTS WEBSTER STEWART WILLIAMSON Three Hundred Ninety-three ALPHA OMICROX CHAPTER Established in 1905 FRATRES IN FACLLTATE GEORGE C. ADIE, M.D. HERBERT ALDEN KENYON, A.M. WILLIAM A. MACLAUGHLIN, A.B. ELMER D. MITCHELL, A.B. JOHN R. BRUMM, A.M. FRATRES IN URBE RoscoEO. BONISTEEL, LL.D. EARL H. CRESS FLOYD R. BEUTEL W. E. BROWN, JR. CHARLES J. RASH PETER J. VAN BOVEN FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE DOUGLAS F. McCoLL GORDON R. MAITLAND, D.D.S. ETHELBERT SPURRIER Seniors HAROLD S. KILPATRICK RICHARD P. FLECKENSTEIN CHARLES E. FOSTER, JR. HAROLD C. HENSHAW DAVID S. WATTERWORTH DONALD E. TREFRY LEONARD C. VAN BOVEN Juniors WALLACE M. FLOWER CECIL W. LEPARD JOHN F. PONTIUS GORDON E. TAPPAN FRED S. TRACY HOWARD M. BIRKS HARRY N. HALGREN JOHN R. MACGREGOR EDWARD C. STARK Sophomores FREDERICK H. PINNEY RUSSELL H. SIMMS HUBERT F. SMITH DONALD E. JOHNSON CHARLES D. CRAWFORD PHILIP M. WAGNER JOHN H. TRACY SMITH CRAWFORD BIRKS PINNEY MACGREGOR FLOWER SIMMS TRACY STARK JOHNSON PONTIUS LEPARD HALGREN VANBOVEN WATTERWORTH FOSTER KILPATRICK FLECKINSTEIN TREFRY Three Hundred Ninety-four KC ilk: . , THETA CHAPTER Established in 1908 Alpha Sujma Phi THOMAS E. RANKIX, M.A. HARVEY L. CLARKE EDWARD J. JEFFRIES, JR. AUSTIX M. FREASE PAUL V. O ' HARA H. STOUCHTOX BEXJAMIX JOHN L. STEVENS CHARLES WOLFE ILLIAM J. ALEXANDER HUGH R. DUFFIELD EDWARD M. ROBBIXS WALDO E. GEHRIXG JOHN F. HUBER JEROME BEXJAMIX RUSSEL HART FRATRES IN FACULTATE A. FRAXKLIX SHULL, PH.D. FREDERICK V. SULLIVAX, PH.D. FRATRES IN URBE HARRY G. RASCHBACKER FRATRES IN UMYERSITATE DAVID L. BEERS WENDELL H. SWEET CHARLES C. EADES CHARLES V. CLARKE PAUL E. KRAUSE WILLIAM H. HOWARD Seniors RUSSEL K. OSGOOD ROBERT L. DAVIS HAROLD J. SEXIOR FREDERIC WEYAND WILLIAM P. HEXDERSOX RICHARD G. BURCHELL Juniors ARTHUR B. McWooo ' CARL P. HUBER VERXOX MEYERS WILLIAM C. KRATZ LAUREXCE H. FAVROT VERON L. SWAXSOX C. JAMES DRESBACH DAXIEL C. NUFER Sophomores FRAXK W. BARON JOHX F. SMITH FREDERICK SPARROW JAMES F. MURRAY JOSE E. ARMIJO GENE BUCK STEVEN SANDERSON JOHN DUNKING Freshmen FRANCIS DAVIS WARREN EADES RALPH W. AIGLER, LL.B. RALPH E. BAKER FRANCIS L. MCPHAIL WILLIAM H. RILEY ROLAXD H. ILAXD CARL M. BOSWELL ROBERT C. MORIA TY HUGH A. MACGREGOR JOHX BROMLEY EDWARD W. THOMSON WILLIAM CARROLL WARREN PARKER fc-1 ROBBIXS MURRAY THOMSOX MEYERS J. HUBER BROMLEY GEHRING BARON ARMIJO SMITH STEPHENS MORIARTY C. HUBER NUFER KRATZ DRESBACH MACGREGOR McWooo DUFFIELD ALEXANDER BOSWELL FAVROT HEXDERSON O ' HARA WOLFE SEXIOR BURCHELL ILAXD OSGOOD S. BEXJAMIX RILEY WEYAXD R. DAVIS SPARROW CARROLL DUNNING F. DAVIS SAXDERSOX J. BEXJAMIX HART BUCK PARKER Three Hundred ninety-fee PHI CHAPTER EstablishecTin 1912 FRATRES IN FACULTATE I. LEO SHARFMAN, A.B., LL.B. MINARD JACOBS MYRON CHON RlCHARD LOEB EARL ROSENGARTEN WILLIAM FLEISCHAKER ROBERT APPEL MORRIS BLUMENTHAL PHILIP HIRSCHMAN ADOLPH LOVEMAN FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE GUSTAVE WEINFELD IRVING GOLDSMITH EDWIN MEISS MAX SCHRAYER LEO FRANKLIN BERNARD KOLB Seniors CHARLES KUHN EVERETT MICHAELS DAVID SIMON Juniors THEODORE GOORI N JOSEPH R. HIRSCHMAN Sophomores PAUL EINSTEIN WILLIAM FLARSHEIM FRANK WERTHEIMER Freshmen LEE ENSEL JAMES FRIEDMAN SAMUEL KAUFMAN RICHARD KLEIN DAVID LOWENSTEIN ROBERT MICHAEL JEROME OPPENHEIMER BERNARD SILBERSTEIN SIDNEY SARASOHN IRWIN KOCH MORSE RABINOWITZ PAUL WEISKOPF SAMUEL GREENEBAUM JOSEPH MICHAELS STEWART GOLDBERG STANLEY LEWY JAMES NATHAN P. HIRSCHMAN WERTHEIMER APPEL J. MICHAELS FLARSHEIM SIMON RABINOWITZ SARASOHN KOLB OPPENHEIMER WEINFELD FRANKLIN GREENEBAUM FLEISCHAKER EINSTEIN J. HIRSCHMAN WEISKOPF GOORIN KOCH E. MICHAELS LOEB CHON SCHRAYER MEISS KUHN ROSENGARTEN JACOBS GOLDSMITH KLEIN FRIEDMAN BLUMENTHAL LOWENSTEIN SILBERSTEIN NATHAN LOVEMAN GOLDBERG ENSEL MICHAEL LEWY Three Hundred Ninety-six MICHIGAN ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1912 FRATRES IX UXIYERSITATE ROBERT K. BROWN, D.D.S. CLARENCE L. ROTHROCK, D.D.S. JULIAN H. JOSEPH WILLIAM T. FERGUSON JAY P. SWEENEY JOHN C. McGiNxis HOWARD B. WELCH JOHN W. CROUSHORE DONALD G. SLAWSON HAROLD CASSIDY EUGENE E. BENNETT JAMES J. CARSON WILLIAM F. XEVILLE Louis MILLER FRANK CRIPPEX R. XEIL CRANE FRANK J. HOWLETT THOMAS H. MILLER MAURICE M. MOULE STUART E. BOYTJ BEN B. BLACKSTEN JOHN H. PFEIFLER KENNETH M. GRAY JAMES E. CROUSHORE GLENN CURTISS ROBERT W. CHAMBERLIN Juniors THEODORE P. BLAICH DONALD B. CHUBB CHARLES HOPPSON Sophomores ELMER R. SCHAKEL RONALD E. HALGRIM MILTON L. KIBBLER JOHN C. HASKIN E. DAVE BOYD HARRY C. LAWRENCE EDWIN A. SEELEY PAUL HIRT " ADE ELLIS WALTER GROFF Freshmen JOHN WEILER HAROLD FIELD CARL TREMPF HAROLD V. BEATTIE F. C. CAPPON RALPH B. CHENOT PALMER C. BOOTHBY DONALD H. PURDY GEORGE C. WEITZEL HAROLD WHITE EDWARD L. XEWHALL ELMO ECKER DONALD MCLROY McELROY TREMPF CASSIDY SEELEY LAWRENCE ELLIS XEWHALL STEWART WEILER WEITZEL ECKER MOULE HIRT KIEBLER HALGRIM SCHAKEL BENNETT D. BOYD WHITE HASKIN SLAWSON EVANS BLACKSTEN CHUBB CROUSHORE CARSON BLAICH PFEIFLER BOOTHBY McGiNNis CHAMBERLIN HUGHES PURDY WELCH S. BOYD FERGUSON MOULE CURTISS GRAY JOSEPH CRANE BEATTIE HOWLETT CAPPON Three Hundred Ninety-seven ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1912 FRATRES IN FACULTATE HERSCHEL C. SMITH, A.B., M.S.E. DONAL H. HAINES, A.B. WARREN E. FORSYTHE, M.D. FRATRES IN URBE ROGER W. ATYEO FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE HARRY B. GRUNDY, A.B. ANDREW CARNEGIE DONALD J. LEWIS HAROLD S. ARNER ELMORE C. LAMPE M. CROSBY BARTLETT Seniors ROBERT E. DYMENT DELBERT D. EHRESMAN CLIFFORD B. MCK.ECHNIE HENRY J. MORTON ARTHUR H. STUART GEORGE H. BEIER L. BEAUMONT PARKS Juniors LLOYD C. CARLETON JAMES B. YOUNG Sophomores RAWSON O. MARSH ALLAN S. MORTON WILLIAM H. REID Freshmen KENNETH L. HOLLISTER JOHN C. LOCKER EVERETT KEISTER FRANCIS M. HEATH LESTER R. RODENBURG WALTER L. CRAVER GEORGE L. PATTEE LEONEL C. PITTS W. HAROLD HEATH HOLLISTER LOCKER H. HEATH PITTS A. MORTON LAMPE BEIER PARKS MCKECHNIE EHRESMAN LEWIS GRUNDY ARNER RODENBURG DYMENT CARNEGIE - 1ARSH PATTEE REID CARLETON YOUNG F. HEATH BARTLETT CRAVER H. MORTON Three Hundred Ninety-eight SIGMA ZETA CHAPTER Established in 1913 WILLIAM G. SMEATON.. A.B STAFFORD B. NICKELS FLOYD N. CALHOON, B.S. KlXGSLEY S. AXDERSOX EI -AR A. FRAXDSEN R. STANLEY REED JACK L. BLOTT ISHAM W. MuLLREE FREDERICK C. BECKER WILBER F. BLTLER C. KEXXETH CRAXDALL FRATRES IN FACULTATE CLIFFORD WOODY, PH.D. RUEL CHURCHILL, B.S. FRATRES IN URBE EARL C. PAYNE RICHARD F. WESKE CHARLES A. BROWN WILLIAM D. UXDERDOWN HARCOURT L. CAVERLY, A.B PAUL E. GIBSON FRATRES IN UNTVERSITATE GEORGE B. SARTORIS, M.S. Seniors S. COLEMAN CHILDS CHARLES J. COLE DONALD K. GRISIER LEON M. PARKS WILLIAM J. RICE C. PAUL SELLARDS ROBERT W. TOWN-SEND KEXXETH E. TAFT FRAXK M. EDWARDS CAMERON A. Ross Juniors GEORGE F. LAWLEY CRAIG M. SAGE Sophomores ERXEST W. BROWN-BRIDGE JOHN H. BUTTON- ROBERT B. MILLER CHARLES R. PERRY GEORGE M. PIERCE Frfshmfn JACK H. STEM LUMAN V. DEUCHLER, B.S. HOWARD R. DEAN MARK PARNALL ARD SHANNON- GEORGE H. METZ EDWARD J. BLOTT CLIFFORD C. PRATT ORVILLE W. REED PAUL C. WILLET BECKER PRATT REED METZ PARXALL BROWNBRIDGE BUTTOX FRAXDSEX LAWLEY J. BLOTT MVLLREE EDWARDS E. BLOTT TAFT TOWXSEXD ANDERSON GRISIER RICE CHILDS SELLARDS DEAN SHANNON COLE MILLER PERRY BUTLER CRANDALL PIERCE STEM WILLETT Three Hundred Xintty-nine r hi Oi ma Kappa DELTA DEUTERON CHAPTER Established in 1915 EBER CARROLL, A.B. JOHN ZIMMERMAN THORNE J. BROWN VOLNEY C. HARMON THEODORE Osius WILBUR G. KRAFT ARTHUR VYSE EDWARD VV. NICHOLS HUBERT GOEBEL FRATRES IN FACULTATE A. H. WHITE, A.B., B.S. H. B. MERRICK, C.E. FRATRES IN URBE GEORGE O. WHITE, B.S. HAROLD G. WALLER, M.D. EARL DUNN PAUL G. GOEBEL JOHN H. HILLS FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE WILLIAM AUBREY EDWIN C. FLADER EDWARD C. SWINK, JR. PAUL GARVEY Seniors ROBERT GRAY ROBERT M. STODDARD Juniors DONALD C. WILSON CECIL O. CREAL CHARLES E. SPENCER Sophomores VERNON WARNEY A. MCLAREN WHITE WILLIAM F. BROWN WILLIAM S. HEARDING ELMER MESNER JAMES NEWTON THEODORE HOWARD Freshmen DONALD KELLEY FRANK BLOOM GEORGE SNIDER JOHN L. GARVEY, M.D. PAUL JESERICH FRANK C. CUTTING SAMUEL R. POST E. R. ARMSTRONG EDWARD E. MURANE ARTHUR HARTWELL LOWELL PALMER WILLIAM McMiLLAN NEWTON McMiLLAN BLOOM SNIDER KELLEY HOWARD NICHOLS WARNEY HEARDING MESNER VYSE HARTWELL W. BROWN SPENCER KRAFT AUBREY CREAL WILSON MURANE FLADER SWINK Osius ARMSTRONG STODDARD HILLS T. BROWN HARMON GOEBEL POST CUTTING GRAY ETA CHAPTER Established in 1916 i Sigma ' Delta FRATRES IN UNIVERS1TATE WILLIAM KRUCER, B.S. EUGENE JUSTER, B.S. Seniors HAROLD FRIEDMAN MELBOURNE SCHWARTZ ABRAHAM H. BARON CHARLES H. GESSXER ADOLPH KLEIN- JEROME H. SAMUEL MARTIN S. COLORING ABRAHAM H. BRODKEY Juniors MARTIN CODEL ARTHUR S. MODE HERBERT L. ROSENBLUM FREDERICK H. SIMS HAROLD B. GESSNER STANLEY E. SLOSS Sophomores JOSEPH R. LIPSCHER LEWAARON H. MOVER Louis R. PESKIN BERNARD H. HARTZELL JOSEPH V. BLUMENTHAL ARTHUR E. ILKOFF RITTER LEVINSON Freshmen ALBERT D. DIAMOND SAMUEL J. SHURE . LEONARD J. MARX HENRY B. DESENBERG BENJAMIN D. BRODKEY HAROLD B. DESENBERG JACK X. PRITZKER ALBERT M. STERN- JOSEPH KRUGER SHURE DESENBERG STERN B. BRODKEY KRUGER MARX LIPSCHER PRITZKER BLUMENTHAL SIMS MOVER HARTZELL DIAMOND BERMAN CODEL WlLKOFF H. GESSNER SCHWARTZ C. GESSNER LEVINSON PESKIN ROSENBLUM FRIEDMAN KLEIN MODE SLOSS KRUGER A. BRODKEY COLORING BARON SAMUEL Four Hundred One ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER Established in 1919 Tlieta CM JAMES HARLAN CISSEL, B.S., C.E. EDWIN E. DREESE, B.S., M.S., E.E. DON H. BELLINGER, D.D.S. JOSHUA E. BACON JESS HAMMOCK JOHN J. HAMEL, JR. PHILIP B. SPEAR THEODORE P. BANK CHARLES E. SHEPHERD ROBERT W. PRESTON DAVID H. PRESTON JAMES R. GILPIN CROSBY REES ERNEST WARREN RICHARD G. STAEBLER FRATRES IN FACULTATE GEORGE S. LASHER, A.B., M.A. HAROLD J. MCFARLAN, B.S., C.E. FRATRES IN URBE KINGSLEY D. CHURCH CHARLES B. VIBBERT, A.B. MELVILLE B. STOUT, B.S., E.E. MORGAN C. ALDRICH, A.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE HERBERT TWINING JACK INGHRAM STANFORD MULHOLLAND ALFIR C. PASINI Seniors RICHARD E. HEIDEMAN PAUL A. REHMUS L. THOMAS RICE Ross A. MCFARLAND JOHN J. EsTHERHELD MAURICE R. NoRCOP Juniors D. CHESTER MALTBY GEORGE S. BARNES, III ARNO BADER HERBERT GOOD KENT KIDDER CHAUNCEY BRIGGS PERRY M. HAYDEN NEIL O. STAEBLER GEORGE N. SPEAR H. MORTIMER BISHOP Sophomores MILTON D. GREEN PHILIP COOKE FREDERICK P. HART Freshmen WALTER SCOTT MANFRED WHITTINGHAM JOSEPH A. GRAVES GEORGE W. WOOD JAMES C. STEVENS VERNON F. HILLERY PHILIP J. SCHNEIDER ROBERT L. McCuLLOUGH EUGENE CARMICHAEL, JR. CARL SCHOONMAKER HUBERT W. LYONS ROBERT H. STRUTHERS J_ IN t I WHITTINGHAM LYONS SCOTT DIEKHOFF REES N. STAEBLER COOKE BISHOP HUBBEL BRIGGS SCHOONMAKER HAYDEN McCuLLOUGH R. PRESTON GREEN HART KIDDER GILPIN G. SPEAR CARMICHAEL SCHNEIDER GOOD BARNES BADER D. PRESTON SHEPHERD MALTBY RICE REHMUS MCFARLAND HAMEL STEVENS P. SPEAR NORCOP HEIDEMAN Four Hundred Two ? Ml CHAPTER Established in 1919 flu ABBOT L. WINOGRAD MORRIS H. MARKS FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JOSEPH SCHWATZBERG MORRIS KEEN SAMUEL MILLMAN OSCAR A. BROWN MAURICE RIPPS JOSEPH FREEDMAX SAMUEL GREEN BERG JOSEPH C. MORRIS MILTON R. LAXDY LLOYD FRIEDMAN NATHAN SCHLAFER BERNARD SEGALL DAVID J. SEDER Juniors JOSEPH C. GLAZER HAROLD SEAGLE MILTON GREEXEBAUM Sophomores LEONARD BLAUXER E. ARDEN KIRSCHNER ALFRED D. GOLDBERG AVERT J. BERNSTEIN JAMES ROSOFF WILLIAM J. ABRASH HENRY FREUD HENRY ULLMAN Freshmen NELSON DREYFUSS NATHAN FEIXSINGER ALFRED HOLZMAN HAROLD A. MARKS EZRA A. EGAR KIKSCHXER GLAZER BLAUXER LLLMAX GREEXEBAUM ABRASH SEAGLE BERNSTEIX SEGALL SCHLAFER MORRIS BROWX FRIEDMAN FREUD M. MARK SCHWATZBERC RIPPS SEDER WIXOGRAD GREENBERG LANDY FREEDMAN MILLMAN KEEN DREYFUSS H. MARKS ROSOFF EGAR FEINSINGER HOLZMAN GOLDBERG Four Hundred Three 3 " ill II . .ermitage r ft : y . Established in 1907 FRATRES IN FACULTATE RALPH W. AIGLER, LL.B. ROY W. COWDEN, A.M. Louis M. GRAM, B.S. ALEXANDER G. RUTHVEN, PH.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE HENRY D. STRICKER, A.B. BRUCE H. BACON H. MILTON BARRETT MELVIN C. SPERRY Seniors ROBERT F. KILE PAUL WATZEL Juniors HARRY C. CLARK JAMES O. COATES EARL R. GENTHE WILLIAM A. MCCLENAHEN LAWRENCE E. MACK LESTER O. PALMITER JAMES J. ORR ANTHONY C. TUCKER NEIL K. BARBER BERND BAETCKE HOMER H. KNIGHT HERBERT C. SADLER, Sc.D. LEE S. McCLENAHEN G. STEPHEN KASER FREDERICK E. MENGEL Sophomores RAY A. BILLINGTON J. FREDERICK PROCTOR ALBERT F. KOEPCKE JOHN R. SHAW J. BARTEL SANZENBACHER Freshmen ROBERT W. DUNCAN LEROY L. OSBORN KENITH G. STRUNK CLARK A. PARKER PAUL A. FOSTER H. Ross STONE, JR. rm BAETCKE SANZENBACHER SHAW BILLINGTON KOEPCKE BARBER PROCTOR TUCKER ORR COATES CLARK MACK MENGEL W. MCCLENAHEN GENTHE PALMITER L. McCLENAHEN KlLE BARRETT WATZEL BACON SpERRY KASER FOSTER OSBORN STONE DUNCAN PARKER STRUNK KNIGHT Four Hundred Four ALPHA THETA CHAPTER Established in 1920 C. VAX EEXANAAM H. D. GOLDS A. J. PARKER H. TAYLOR V. R. SAITBLE J. A. PUTXAM F. M. TESXOW T. H. DAVIDSOX M. C. BAKER B. PARKER FRATRES IN FACLLTATE C. D. BOWSER H. BOWER FRATRES IN URBE CLIFTOX R. DEY FRATRES IN UNIX ERSITATE H. C. HUXT E. C. GIBSON V. B. GASKINS V. A. VAIL J. HOUSE, JR. G. W. RIRSCB S. H. EXSIXGER L. V. HOFFMAX D. DOYLE B. MOODY F. P. BAMBERGER Seniors H. R. SLACK A. " AX DVREX F. R. HlERBOLZER E. E. HARTWIG C. A. GILLIES Juniors R. S. TITBBS E. C. MAEDER R. D. DlETERLE Sophomores L. A. MAEDER E. B. RIEDLE Freshmen C. V. CHRISTY C. METCALF H. R. SURBROOK F. ECCLESTOX R. R. SHARP C. E. HOWARD G. GOLDS H. WASHEIM J. B. C. ROBIXSOX R. VV. SMITH A. H. NUcDoxALD D. GAIXS L. FURXISS f ft f % If EXSIXGER ROBIXSOX DAVIDSOX HIERHOLZER SHARP HOFFMAX KIRSCH RIEDLE PUTXAM HUXT VAIL A. PARKER VAX DUREX TESXOW HOI-SE GIBSOX E. MAEDER SMITH WASHEIM HOWARD DIETERLE HARTH-IG GOLDS TUBBS GASKIXS SLAUCH SAUBLE TAYLOR L. MAEDER CHRISTY FURXISS MOODY GAIXS BAKER B. PARKER DOYLE METCALF SURBROOK Four Hundred Fire ALPHA TAU CHAPTER Established in 1882 Re-established in 1921 ALFRED H. LLOYD, Pn.D. ANGUS G. GOETZ ROBERT T. INGLE H. LESTER BRADLEY ROBERT T. B. HALL GEORGE L. SAWYER HENRY G. GILDNER WILLIAM Z. PROCTOR MAXWELL E. FEAD GEORGE A. ALDERTON, I I FRATRES IN FACULTATE E. FORREST MERRILL, A.B., M.D. WILLIAM A. FRAYER, A.B. FRATRES IN URBE NICHOLAS E. LACY MILTON J. SALLWASER DONALD J. THORPE JOSEPH A. AVERY ROGER I. MANWARING B. W. MANWARING JOHN L. LOOMIS FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors FREDERICK A. CROSS WINCHESTER COOLEY, JR. PAUL D. CORBETT ALVAH A. HEALD ROBERT D. RANKIN JOHN W. GUNN DANIEL N. RANKIN HARRY H. HAIGHT FRANKLIN J. KELLEY Juniors CLAYTON G. HALE WALTER J. TRUETTNER Sophomores MATTHEW C. LOCKE SAMUEL G. LUDINGTON EVERETT J. VANDER VEEN Freshmen RUSSELL M. BINGHAM JAMES M. HANSON DONALD A. POLLOCK DONALD H. PEITER CARL R. PRATT JOHN K. BARTH JASON L. WADE W. HOWARD RUH JAMES P. LEETE 1 1 it t rt t - t T M t:t-! FEAD ITHAN LOCKE VANDER VEEN RUH LUDINGTON WADE D. RANKIN PROCTOR HALE GUNN R. RANKIN TRUETTNER BARTH GILDNER KELLEY HEALD SAWYER CORBETT PRATT CROSS BRADLEY HAIGHT TUTTLE HALL PEITER POLLOCK HANSON COOLEY ALDERTON LEETE BINGHAM Four Hundred Six PHI XI CHAPTER Established in 1921 WILFRED ST. PETER, M.S. FRANK BACON A. WILLIAM HAJDLE E. C. ACKERMAX FRAXKLYX KUGEL WAYNE G. HENDERSON- B. NEELY WILLIAM BOXD HOMER DOWNING WARREX TIPPY FRATRES IN FACULTATE WALTER HVXT, PH.D. FRATRES IX URBE ALBERT KOSTER ARNOLD HACKFIELD WESLEY HAYES FRATRES IX VM ERSITATE HARRY W. LUNDAHL JOHX NlCKELSOX, B.S. FRANK PARRISH W. K. BOYER J. E. DlCKENSON MAX A. SHAFFER Sf n icrj ALPHOXSO BEUTHEIN HARRY W. LUXDAHL WALDEMAR H. VAEGER GLENN BAIN JOHN JUDSON Juniors LOUIS E. YUNKER Sophomores CHARLES B. HULL FRED HOSKIXG Freshmen RICHARD FEICK HARRY MACDUFF HENRY SMITH DONALD WEBBER MAURICE TONXELIER JENNINGS FLEISHBEIN HARRY S. GOULD GEORGE L. PETERSON HENRY A. YICK IRVING B. Moss WILLIAM MILLER THOMAS KOYKKA RICHARD YICK BOND HOSKIXG HACKFIELD HULL JUDSON MILLER BAIN BEUTHEIX BOYER HAIDLE KOSTER Moss YVXKER XEELY PETERSON ST. PETER SHAFFER H. YICK ACKERMAN KUGEL GOULD DICKEXSOX YAEGER WEBBER DOWNING TOXXELIER KOYKKA TIPPY FEICK R. YICK Four Hundred Seven Established in 1921 FRATRES IX UNIVERSITATE BECKER W. HUNGERFORD, A.B. Seniors CARLETON S. ELLSWORTH HERMAN J. MICHALSKE O. CAMERON MOFFATT JOHN E. KING MAURICE P. HARTLEB LIONEL E. AMES STANLEY H. ARMSTRONG HAROLD R. BRISCOE ROBERT E. HASTINGS W. EBEN BURR CECIL O. WILCOX Juniors DONALD J. ROXBURGH BERTRAM KING Sophomores JAMES B. JOHNSON ALBERT F. COOK ROBERT C. STRAUB CHARLES W. HUNTER KEITH C. STONE GLENWOOD R. BEATTIE Freshmen LAWRENCE D. BURKHARDT ARTHUR O. NICHOLS A. GORDON OLIVER HOWARD V. ASTLEY ERWIN J. JEDELE t t " f y ' ! . ! f f ' ?lr- A Tf STRAUB LAUTNER HUNTER BEATTIE BURKHARDT JOHNSON ASTLEY BURR OLIVER AMES J. KING HARTLEB MICHALSKE HUNGERFORD HASTINGS ARMSTRONG COOK HULL STONE JEDELE B. KING WILCOX SHARA MOFFATT ROXBURGH NICHOLS ELLSWORTH Four Hundred Eight BETA TAU CHAPTER Established in 1922 ri Kappa. JrAlpKa. NEWTON S. BEMENT, A.M. FRATRES IN FACULTATE LAURANCE M. GOULD, B.S. ROBERT D. HORN, A.B. DEAN C. DENMAN RALPH L. BELKNAP A. Ross Fox N. ROBERT LIXDQUIST HERBERT P. BOSTICK ROBERT A. MANCHESTER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE GEORGE N. WELSH, A.B. CYRIL L. KENDALL, A.B. Seniors WARREN COE EDISON Y. CRAMER JULIUS B. GLASGOW GORDON J. GALLAGHER ROBERT B. NEWCOMBE GERMER J. O ' MARA Juniors HORACE W. GLASGOW E. PAYSON GREGORY ARCHIE J. MARMOR DONALD B. WINES IRWIN E. STEGMEIER ROBERT H. WATTLEWORTH Sophomores GEORGE F. HACKER DANIEL J. MORTON DONALD J. REESE CHARLES A. WALTMIRE, JR. HUGH M. DALZIEL HAROLD I. HOWELL EDWARD T. RAMSDELL VERL J. HILTON PAUL E. MORRIS GEORGE A. PARMENTER SHELDON E. WESTERMAN ORIE BROWN LYMAN J. GLASGOW DUDLEY M. PHELPS Freshmen FREDERICK A. BROWN ROBERT B. PICKARD DONALD S. DUNN ALEX L. GREGORY CLARK E. ABBOTT . CORNELIUS DIXON A. GREGORY DUNN DIXON ABBOTT F. BROWN O. BROWN MANCHESTER WATTLEWORTH PARMENTER B. RAMSDELL WALTMIRE HOWELL Fox PHELPS HACKER MORTON P. GREGORY KENDALL J. GLASGOW CRAMER BOSTICK COE LOVELAND BELKNAP STEGMEIER DALZIEL HILTON H.GLASGOW L.GLASGOW MARMOR WESTERMAN WINES NEWCOMBE E. RAMSDELL GALLAGHER O ' MARA REESE I.INDQUIST Four Hundred Nine O IX ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1922 FRATRES IN FACULTATE CLARENCE F. KESSLER CHARLES T. ANDREWS HIESTAND E. BROWN- RALPH L. SMITH CARROL C. WILSON DE ITT F. SEXTON FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CHARLES C. HAMILL JAMES C. BROWN ROBERT C. RUMSEY Seniors R. CARYLYLE BAKER CLEMENT W. CLEMONS Juniors RAYMOND L. BEECHER ROY F. DENG LAWRENCE H. HALL J. CLIFFORD DsLoNG JESSE W. BOLLINGER Sophomores ROBERT L. WASHBURN Freshmen DONALD F. BOWEN LOYAL B. WILSON ALBERT W. ALLISON HERBERT F. BARRETT LEE L. NORTON WILLIAM F. BLAKE HALL SEXT ON BEECHER HAMILL WASHBVRN ALLISON BARRETT DENG DEL.ONG KESSLER C. WILSON SMITH J. BROWN RUMSEY L. WILSON ANDREWS H. BROWN BAKER Four Hundred Ten ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1922 OFL GEORGE R. ELLEDCE FRATRES I. UM ERSITATE J. MARVIN HERMAN S. K. RIBLET PHILIP H. GOLDSMITH THERON D. HAMMOND EDWARD J. T ALASKA J. VILLIAM HEVT J. " ANDE " ISSE JOHN M. Russ, JR. CARL F. ANDERSON ERXEST G. GREEN Juniors DONALD O. COOK WILLIAM S. DIEHL LEROY E. HIEBER A. HAZELWOOD JOHNSON CARL B. MORTENSON JOSEPH H. EIDEN ALLEN L. FEXTON RICHARD C. MASTERS EDWARD H. CARRETT DONALD E. MULLIKEN Sophomores T. FRANCIS CASHMAN L. LLEWELLYN FARRELL FRANKLIN R. SMITH GI ' NTHER E. TIEDKE O. HENRY JEKEL ROLAND D. HUGHES Freshmen JANSEN D. MATHIE HORACE B. TAYLOR FARRELL MULLIKEN SMITH RIBLET CASHMAX TIEDKE JOHNSON HIEBER ELLEDCE COOK DIEHL WEIDEN ANDERSON FENTON MORTENSON HERMAN GOLDSMITH HAMMOND Russ VANDE " ISSE HEYT MASTERS MATHIE TAYLOR CARRETT GREEN JEKEL HUGHES Four Hundred Elfren ? f pf_ m-H I Hflk. Beta TJ lt OMICRON CHAPTER Established in 1922 EL FRATRES IN FACULTATE SAUL C. OPPENHEIM FRATRES IN URBE SAMUEL B. DANTO FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE MILTON R. ATLAS SYDNEY ROSENTHAL ADOLPH A. SCHMIER MILTON MADDIN PETER P. GINSBERG JACK C. GORDON MAURICE HERMAN BERNARD FINK Seniors ARTHUR A. GINSBERG JOSEPH GLUCKMAN Juniors IRVING FINK NATHAN GLUCKMAN Louis A. SCHWARTZ Sophomores BENJAMIN D. MILLER NATHAN PLOTKIN HENRY P. ROSIN HENRY RICHMAN ROBERT BRICKMAN SAMUEL KOMITO THOMAS MARWIL Freshmen MILTON L. PRAG SOLOMAN KESLER JOSEPH NATHANSON GEORGE RAVITCH GILBERT D. SCHONFIELD EDWARD RUBENSTEIN JACK MUNDSTUK RAVITCH RICHMAN MILLER P. GINSBERG PLOTKIN RUBENSTEIN ROSIN SCHMIER SCHONFIELD DANTO I. FINK HERMAN OPPENHEIM A. GINSBERG ATLAS B. FINK J. GLUCKMAN NATHANSON PRAG KOMITO MADDIN ROSENTHAL MUNDSTUK GORDON Four Hundred Twelve NT CHAPTER Established in 1922 FRATRES IN LMYERSITATE LEO J. HERSHDORFER Seniors SIDXEY BERXBAUM RALPH J. BEXYAS Juniors GEORGE OLI ITZ CARL A. STEINDLER SAMUEL B. PAUL Sophomorei MAVRICE GALANTER LEO MELLEX MOREY ABRAHAMS ABRAHAMS WOLINITZ BEXYAS BERXBAUM PAUL MELLEX GALAXTER STEIXDLER HERSHDORFER Four Hundred Thirteen f ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER Established in 1922 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ALVIN J. BAER Seniors RALPH F. COHN EDGAR A. GUENSBERG JULIAN L. ZEMON VICTOR W. KLEIN- LEONARD B. ETTLESON Juniors ARNOLD T. FLEIC J. BERTRAM HIRSCH JUSTIN L. MOONEY ROYAL A. OPPENHEIM ABE HURWICH JACK R. COHEN Sophomores RONALD M. GLADSTONE IRVING A. HURWICH EDWIN B. OPPENHEIM STANLEY W. IMERMAN HOMER I. BINSWANGER CARLYLE P. IMERMAN Freshmen RICHARD B. COHN HAROLD EHRLICH JAMES C: LIEBMAN ANDREW E. PROPPER MAURICE K. WEIL WILLIAM J. WOLF NORTON B. GARDNER ROBERT M. SKALL FLEIG COHEN IMERMAN GLADSTONE ETTLESON I. HURWICH - WEIL R. F. COHN MOONEY OPPENHEIM BAER KLEIN ZEMON S. IMERMAN- A. HURWICK PROPPER R. B. COHN LIEBMAN BINSWANGER GARDNER EHRLICH SKALL Four Hundred Fourteen TAL CHAPTER Established in 1925 . CHARLES E. CARTER NORUAX K. TRACKETT FREDERICK L. FISCHER WILFRED R. RAYXER FREDERICK MARIX RALPH E. WATT CECIL F. EDE FRATRES IN FACLLTATE AXEL XLuus, B.S. FRANK A. MICKLE, M.E. FRATRES IN URBE ALFRED FISCHER ARKOLD E. STOLL FRATRES IN UNIX ERSITATE Seniors DOXALD B. WAITE ILLIAM P. WAGXER RAYMOXD MORRIS WESLEY H. PUYEAR WALTER C. ABEXDROTH ROBERT W. HODCE ROGER M. WOOLCOTT EMORY D. ROGERS FOSTER B. ROSER STANLEY O. CROWE MURRY J. KEPLER Juniors W. PAUL HEXDERSHOT, JR. OSCAR W. LAKE RALPH H. TAYLOR HAROLD F. MITCHEL GoRDOX NfcLARTY ELBERT D. HASKIXS FREDERICK A. BODDY RUSSEL H. TRITES ELLIOT C. MOODY Sophomores E. LAWREXCE GOVDEX PAUL E. GERO ABEXDROTH WAGXER CARTER ROGERS MARIX ATT TRACKETT CROWE GOLDEX WAITE McDoxxELL HODGE HEXDERSHOT MITCHEL PI-YEAR EDE KEPLER LAKE M ORRIS FISCHER BODDY HASKIXS RAYXER TAYLOR GERO Four Hundred Fifteen TAU EPSILON PHI CHI CHAPTER Established in 1923 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE HYMEN HOFFMAN, A.B. SAMUEL H. HIMELSTEIN, A.B. Seniors BENJAMIN KRELL HERMAN WEPMAN THEODORE N. GOLDSTEIN SAMUEL KELLER ARTHUR M. ROSENTHAL Juniors . . HARRY DOBBS Sophomores SAMUEL B. BURNSTEIN, JR. HERMAN I. MADALIA DAVID P. ZASETSKY ISADORE GUTOV MAURICE J. SHADDEN DAVID KASS M. ROBERT PRENNER Freshmen MARCUS H. FLINTROWITZ HERMAN W. SHUMSKY GUTOV GOLDSTEIN FLINTROWITZ KASS KELLER KRELL HIMELSTEIN WEPMAN DOBBS PRENNER SHUMSKY MADALIA ZASETSKY HOFFMAN ROSENTHAL SHADDEN Four Hundred Sixteen OMEGA PS I PHI CHAPTER Established in 1922 FRATRES IN URBE JOHN R. COTTIN Lucius L. MCK.ENZIE FRATRES IX UNIVERSITATE Seniors LAWSON E. THOMAS WALTER E. DUNSTON Juniors WILLIAM G. COLEMAX FLOYD H. SKINNER EUGENE E. ALSTON Sophomores IAMES L. ELLIOT J. C. RANDOLPHO W. DEHART HUBBARD CORTEZ A. ENGLISH JOHN H. DENT Freshmen ESPRIELA SARREALS EARNEST RICHARDS LEWIS H. LONG AMBROSE P. W OODWARD JOSEPH N. BANKS HUBBARD RAXDOLPHO LONG COLEMAX SKIXXER RICHARDS ALSTON THOMAS BANKS ENGLISH McKENZIE SARREALS DUNSTON COTTIX ELLIOT WOODWARD Four Hundred Seventeen ALPHA PHI ALPHA EPSILOX CHAPTER Established in 1909 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE W. B. BUTLER, A.B. J. J. McLENDON, A.B. C. W. CHINN, Pn.B., A.M. M. CRAWFORD, A.B. O. M. GREEN, B.S. U. S. WIGGINS, A.B. N. L. LAMAR, A.B. A. L. KIDD G. M. BROWN Seniors E. B. PERRY A. P. LEE E. ARMSTEAD Juniors W. R. FLEMMING L. L. LOOMIS E. HARRIS L. C. PERRY B. V. LAWSON L. BORDERS A. B. CONN Sophomores G. M. JONES J. J. RUCKER N. S. MINOR CHINN KIDD LAWSON MINOR E. PERRY CONN WIGGINS LOOMIS RUCKER BORDERS BROWN L. PERRY HARRIS FLEMMING HOUSE CLUBS In the order of their establishment at the University of Michigan TRIGON 1905 CYGNUS 1921 PEERS 1922 RICHARD 1922 Four Hundred Twenty Established in 1905 ALBERT L. LOCKWOOD A. LAWRENCE BIGELOW, PH.D. HONORARY MEMBERS CHARLES J. TILDES, B.S. FRATRES IN URBE HERBERT G. ATKINS ALFRED H. LLOYD, Pa.D. WILLIAM C. HOAD, B.S. GEORGE C. STUCK.Y GORDON T. WAITE BUXTOX E. DUXLOP HARVEY E. REED CARL E. OHLUACHER F. CULVER PARKER G. GILBERT THORKE FRATRES IN UMYERSITATE ALBERT C. KERLIKOWSKE GEORGE W. HYDE Seniors KENNETH H. QUAIL JOHN M. BURGE RALPH L. HAGAMEIR LUCIEX F. SWEET Juniors N. THOMAS BARRON CHARLES L. MORGAN- WARREN G. CORYELL D. NEIL REID Sophomores JOHN G. GARLIXGHOUSE HAROLD W. MILLER GEORGE C. MAENTZ WAYNARD R. " OSPER Frfskmsn HOWARD A. TURJJER CHARLES F. BRYSON STEWART R. BOY-ER Louis B. CURRAX HORACE E. McKxicnr JOHN M. RUSSELL EDWARD M. Fox URVAX W. HAMPTON HAMPTOX THORXE TURXER BRYSOX MAEXTZ OHLMACHER PARKER GARLIXGHOUSE REID MILLER YOSPER Fox REED RUSSELL SWEET DUXLOP CORYELL BARROX HAGAMEIR CURRAX BOYER WAITE QUAIL McKxiGHT BURGE Four Hundred Ttcfnt -ont FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE FLOYD POINDEXTER WALTER J. NICHOLS HAROLD E. BELLES CLAUDE L. PICKENS ARNOLD E. STOLL ALEXANDER C. BURR FRANCIS M. VREELAND VINTON A. BRASHEAR HUGH E. CASKEY WILBERT T. CLAXTON JAMES C. JACKSON ROBERT R. CLARK JOHN W. VANDERWILT ROLAND R. ROBINSON Seniors S. HAL CONKEY ARTHUR F. HEYL WILLIAM H. STRICKLER Juniors LEWIS J. EVANS STACY R. BLACK ROY A. BEATTY Sophomotes CHESTER A. CLARK Freshmen JOHN C. ALLEN GEORGE C. GRAHAM GEORGE I. GROSSMAN ALFRED D. SUMMERS PAUL R. DAHLBERG IRVING B. DICK 9 f JL f_y.M t ijr I VREELAND ROBINSON GROSSMAN SUMMERS CASKEY C. CLARK BARTON HEYL GRAHAM NICHOLS EVANS R. CLARK DAHLBERG BELLES ALLEN DICK BEATTY CLAXTON VANDERWILT JACKSON BURR CONKEY PICKENS BLACK STOLL BRASHEAR STRICKLER Four Hundred Twenty-two Established in 1922 FRATRES IN UNIYERSITATE AMOS J. CLARK HOWARD G. DOCD GEORGE B. REDDIN HAROLD J. CAREY K.EXXETH F. DODGE JOHN H. NICHOLSON C. WOODS CLEMOXS THEODOR E. ECER EMIL A. SODERMAX HAROLD D. BILLMEYER PAUL S. CRAXE RAYMOND J. HALLIXEX Juniors OWES J. NICHOLSOS GLES R. WiLiaxsos YlLLIAM F. NlETHAMER GREGORY B. HARTMAX ERVIN HOWARD LLOYD F. REED Sophomores CHARLES B. MULLETT VERSOS D. NERGER PHILLIP T. SHERMAN HOWARD E. ROSE RtDOLPH B. ASDERSON Freshmen JOHN E. MARSHALL GILBERT RIAS BCRDETTE O. BAKER BAKER MARSHALL ROSE ASDERSOX MfLLErr O. NICHOLSOS RIAX CAREY HAXTMAX WILKIXSOX REED NERGER SHERMAX SODERMAS CRANE J. NICHOLSOS ECER HALLIXEX HOWARD DOUD CLEMOSS CLARK BILLMEYER NIETHAMER REDDIN DODGE Four Hundred Twenty-three RICHARD CLUB Established in 1922 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE HUGH P. McANiFF JOHN J. MCCARTHY JOSEPH L. MCK.ENNA ALVIN F. WEICHAL WALTER S. RAE THOMAS J. DONAHUE Seniors STEPHEN M. DuBRUL HOWARD A. WELSH JAMES A. MORLEY GEORGE M. O ' HARA FRANK J. ORTMAN BERNARD G. BABICKY Juniors WILLIAM L. MILLS PHILIP R. MILLER LEON J. WEICHAL GEORGE W. WATERS WALTER BRENNAN Sophomores GERALD A. MCCARTHY JOHN D. MARKEY ANTHONY G. SACKALOSCAS Freshmen JOHN W. PHILLIPS JOHN F. WAGNER HARRY J. MERRICK HENRY J. SHANNON FRANCIS J. O BRIEN FRANCIS M. SHEA DUMONT F. HIXSON McKENNA McANIFF O ' BRIEN WEICHAL SHANNON MlLLS SACKALOSCAS BRENNAN O ' HARA MORLEY DONAHUE ORTMAN DuBRUL MARKEY WATERS RAE WEICHAL MCCARTHY MILLER MERRICK HIXSON BABICKY Four Hundred Twenty-four 7 v j j Fraternities PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES In the order of their establishment at the University of Michigan PHI DELTA PHI . Nu SIGMA Nu DELTA SIGMA DELTA PHI DELTA CHI ALPHA SIGMA Xi Psi PHI . PHI RHO SIGMA PHI BETA Pi PHI ALPHA DELTA PHI CHI Psi OMEGA . ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA Pi UPSILON RHO GAMMA ETA GAMMA SIGMA DELTA CHI DELTA THETA PHI ALPHA RHO CHI . THETA Xi . SIGMA DELTA KAPPA ALPHA CHI SIGMA ALPHA KAPPA Psi DELTA SIGMA Pi . ALPHA DELTA SIGMA PHI DELTA EPSILON 1869 1882 1882 1883 1888 1889 1897 1898 1905 1905 1905 1906 1906 1910 1910 1912 1914 1914 1914 1916 1920 1921 1922 1922 KENT CHAPTER Established in 1869 FRATRES IX FACULTATE PRESIDENT EMERITUS H. B. HUTCHINS, A.B., LL.B. DEAN J. R. EFFIXCER, PH.D. PROFESSOR H. L. WILGUS, M.S. PROFESSOR R. E. BUNKER. A.M., LL.B. PROFESSOR J. H. DRAKE, PH.D., LL.B. PROFESSOR E. R. SUNDERLAND, LL.B., A.M. PAUL BUCKLEY, LL.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE DEAN H. M. BATES, PH.D., LL.B. PROFESSOR E. C. GODDARD. Pn.B.. LL.B. PROFESSOR V. H. LANE, C.E., LL.B. PROFESSOR R. VV. AIGLER, LL.B. PROFESSOR E. N. DURFEE, A.B., J.D. PROFESSOR J. B. WAFTE, A.B., LL.B. MAXWELL F. BADGLEY, A.B., Beta Theta Pi MARVIN L. DE RIES, Alpha Tau Omega GUY T. GRAVES, A.B., Phi Gamma Delta WILLIAM V. HITCHCOCK, A.B., Beta Theta Pi FRANK M. PARRISH, A.B., .Alpha Chi Rho LAWRENCE R. YAN-X ESS, Phi Kappa Psi TRUMAX M. BIGELOW, Alpha Delta Phi HORACE M. MECHEM ALFRED C. HIRTH, A.B., Sigma Chi WENDELL T. FITZGERALD, A.B., Phi Gamma Delta WILLIAM P. McLEAN, III, Kappa Alpha COOLIDGE C. KREIS MARION B. STAHL, Theta Delta Chi JOHN S. LAMAR, Alpha Tau Omega ELWYN G. DAVIES, A.B., Phi Kappa Psi GEORGE DUFFIELD, A.B.. Delta Kappa Epsilon WILLIAM W. HINSHAW, JR., A.B., Zeta Psi GERALD K. O ' BRIEN, Alpha Tau Omega THOMAS I. UNDERWOOD, A.B., Psi Upsilon JOHN M. WINTERS, JR., Alpha Delta Phi JOHN P. DAWSON. JR., A.B. KARL H. VELDE, A.B., Phi Delta Theta STUART A. FRASER, JR., Sigma Phi YATES G. SMITH, A.B., Alpha Delta Phi ALLARD W. FROGNER, A.B., Sigma Alpha Epsilon L. PERKINS BULL, Zeta Psi WALTER H. VELDE, Phi Delta Theta FRANK H. McPiKE, Theta Delta Chi McPiKE BULL W. VELDE LAMAR STAHL KREIS MECHEM HIRTH SCHUMACHER DAWSON FRASER SMITH FROGNER K. VELDE PARRISH O ' BRIEN VAN-NESS BIGELOW FITZGERALD GRAVES BADGLEY WINTERS DUFFIELD DAVIES UNDERWOOD DE " RIES HITCHCOCK Four Hundred Tscfniy-serfn ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1882 DR. R. PETERSON DR. A. M. BARRETT DR. D. M. COWIE DR. C. EBERBACH DR. W. W. HARRYMAN DR. F. L. R. SNVDER FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. F. G. Now DR. G. C. HUBER DR. C. W. EDMUNDS DR. W. J. WILE DR. H. EMERSON DR. F. N. WILSON DR. H. L. KEIM DR. W. S. O ' DONNELL DR. S. WOODRUFF DR. H. BARKER DR. A. G. GOETZ DR. W. A. SMITH DR. W. W. STONE DR. W. R. PARKER DR. C. D. CAMP DR. D. M. MORRILL DR. G. C. ADIE DR. E. F. BARNEY DR. P. M. MOORE DR. J. F. BREAKEY DR. J. PALMA J. H. LABADIE E. M. STEVENSON H. B. HOFFMAN F. J. FITZPATRICK G. F. KEIPER J. M. BOWERS T. F. GUSHING L. W. HAYNES FRATRES IN URBE DR. C. G. DARLING DR. I. L. LOREE DR. C. C. WARDEN DR. S. L. BIGELOW DR. P. J. DICK FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE P. C. LLOYD J. E. BARSS W. C. WRIGHT L. T. HENRY C. G. DARLING C. L. MACCALLUM C. L. HIRWAS R. f. CASSIDY Seniors O. CHAMBERS Juniors P. H. LONG J. V. CAMPBELL E. A. KAHN Sophomores H. G. DUNPHY F. R. SCHEMM Freshmen J. L. FAUSTER C. A. SMITH J. L. WALTER DR. M. Y. MARSHALL DR. W. H. RUMPH W. W. DuMELING H. L. CLARKE R. S. BREAKEY R. O. GILBERT F. L. BLISS C. J. SCAVARDA S. T. FLYNN J. V. SHAW SMITH FAUSTER HAYNES FLYNN MAXWELL SHAW CUSHING WALTER CASSIDY HIRWAS BOWERS HENRY DARLING BLISS DUNPHY SCHEMM SCAVARDA MACCALLUM KEIPER BARSS CLARKE BREAKEY LONG WRIGHT KAHN HOFFMAN FITZPATRICK STEVENSON CAMPBELL DR. KEIM CHAMBERS LABADIE DR. WOODRUFF GILBERT LLOYD Four Hundred Twenty-eight ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1882 FRATRES IX UNIYERSITATE Seniors HENRY A. ANDERSON- FRANK CZYSZ AUSTIN A. GILHOOLEY J. Louis KLEINSTIVER HAROLD COY GEORGE LOCKWOOD DUANE B. MADISON JOHN H. SHACKLEFORD EUGENE M. CLIFFORD FLOYD E. STRAITH RICHARD H. GIER CHARLES A. WILKIE WALTER C. GREGG ROBERT M. INSLOW LESLIE F. RITTERSHOFER RICHARD E. GEORGE HAROLD V. SHIELDS HARVEY H. BURKART Juniors ALLEN E. GILMORE OLIVER E. XOBERT CLARK J. GIFFEN GILBERT ELY GERALD S. BLACK GEORGE S. HUBBARD GLENN R. BROOKS RICHARD KINGERY CLARENCE D. AUSUM JOHN K. LYONS RUSSELL L. WHEATON WALTER M. BULLOCK HAZEN P. COLE PAUL H. JESERICH HERBERT E. ARDNT RUSSELL V. LEVITTE Sophomores SHEROD L. MENGEL WILLIAM C. HAIDLE ROSCOE L. BARRUS WILSON R. FLINT HAROLD E. RICHARDSON FRED L. TUCKER HENRY C. RICKERT KENNETH M. DAVENPORT HOWARD M. MAPES HAROLD M. MATTISON CECIL O. WILCOX HERBERT E. BLIGHT WALTER C. DREVDAHL GEORGE T. SHUPERT HUBBARD MATTISON BLACK JESERICH GILMORE BARRUS CLIFFORD RICKERT WINSLOW XOBERT BURKART GIFFEN WILCOX AUSUM COLE LYONS TUCKER WILKIE ARDNT KLEINSTIVER SHACKLEFORD GREGG ANDERSON CZYSZ RITTERSHOFER MADISON LOCKWOOD GIER COY BROOKS GILHOOLEY SHIELDS MAPES BLIGHT HAIDLE MENGEL KINGERY Four Hundred Twenty-nine ' PKt HDelta CR1 ROBERT J. CARNEY, PH.D. CHARLES W. EDMUNDS, A.B., M.D. HERBERT W. EMERSON, B.S., M.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE HOBART H. WlLLARD, PH.D. T. KlNGMAN, M.D. ROY K. MCALPINE, PH.D. CLIFFORD C. GLOVER, Pn.D. ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1883 CHARLES H. STOCKING, B.S., M.D. VICTOR C. VAUGHN, Pn.D. LEONARD R. WAGENER, PH.D. TROY C. DANIELS WALTER J. NUNGESTER ARTHUR T. SAUNDERS HARRY W. FERGUSON LYLE E. SQUIRE BURTON A. GROFF FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CHESTER G. Fuss WARREN L. McCABE OMAR F. DICKRAGER ARTHUR D. OETJEN RAY C. SMITH HAROLD HILSINGER FRED J. WENZLER Seniors BRUCE A. IRWIN FRED A. OTTO RUSSELL L. TAYLOR Jun iors LYNN B. ROBY CLARENCE L. STANLEY Sophomores JOSEPH W. WARNER WILLIAM P. CUSICK Freshmen CHARLES S. WAGGONER HARLEN S. VAN HORN- WILLIAM L. NEWBURY CHARLES M. RIDGWAY CAROL X. WHITE R. GERALD ASHCRAFT JOSEPH S. RICHARDSON FRED VIETH WENZLER FERGUSON BOARDMAN SQUIRE ASHCRAFT HILSINGER CHAPMAN WHITE THORRINGTON DICKRAGER OETJEN ROBY SMITH THOMAS WHITNEY NEWBURY TAYLOR SAUNDERS McCABE Fuss RIDGWAY IRWIN OTTO DANIELS PARKER COATES NUNGESTER BROWN RICHARDSON ANHoRN WAGGONER CUSICK WARNER GROFF Four Hundred Thirty MU SIGMA ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1888 HUGH McDowELL BEEBE, M.D. DEAN V. MEYERS. M.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE Lixx J. BOYD, M.D. FRATRES IN URBE RALPH W. RIDGE, M.D. WILBERT B. HIXSDALE, M.S., A.M., M.D. FRATRES IN UN1VERSITATE SCOTT CLARK RUNNELS, M.D. GUY G. ALW AY, M.D. EDWIN C. GANZHORN, M.D. ERNEST V. BAUER PAUL M. KOBER Seniors HENRY P. BUCKINGHAM J. KENNETH COLE CLARENCE H. PEACHEY SUEL A. SHELDON, JR. JOHN F. VICK Juniors ARTHUR J. BRICKBAUER ERNEST C. BURHANS MICHAEL J. CRINO JOHN A. HOOKEY PAUL M. JERRELL GEORGE R. UPTON HUGH E. GRAY DONALD F. HOYT SHERMAN E. ANDREWS WILLIAM A. MAC " AY FRED R. BLISS ROBERT L. BURHANS HERVEY B. PORTER Sophomores RODNEY K. JOHNSON THOMAS G. MITCHELL Freshmen FREDERICK W. BALD ROLAND M. BRICKBAUER HAROLD B. JONES RALPH E. NETZLEY RALPH H. RUHMKORFF Pre-Medics HOWARD S. STIMSON JOHN A. WAXAMAKER VICTOR R. BEAUCHAMP CECIL B. CLARK HAROLD A. DASCHNER JOHX W. JONTZ MAC " AY BEAUCHAMP BALD R. BRICKAUER R. BURHANS STIMSON DASCHNER RUHMKORFF JONES NETZLEY PORTER MITCHELL A. BRICKBAUER GRAY E. BURHANS CRINO HOYT JOHNSON COLE TERRELL BUCKINGHAM KOBER BAUER UPTON YICK PEACHEY SHELDON Four Hundred Thirty-one ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1889 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE E. C. BEEBE, D.D.S. FRATRES IN URBE . W. SCHURZ, D.D.S. CHARLES LORD, D.D.S L. P. FISCHER, D.D.S VV. S. MOORE, D.D.S FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors C. A. KELLY A. C. GIBSON H. A. DANGLER I. E. SMIGGEN D. H. ERPELDING R. F. DEEBACH G. F. WEAVER L. LuZINARIS D. F. BYERS R. W. WALMOTH M. P. O ' HARA E. F. MAST P. N. KIEF M. E. HANNA juniors H. R. NICHOLS H. D. MAST W. J. COBB P. H. WELLMAN G. E. BARTON W. F. STREIT T. E. PHELPS N. B. PALMER H. F. LOWN P. L. JONES K. H. VALENTINE G. A. RITCHIE W. S. PETERSON O. C. OLESEN F. D. MclNTYRE W. C. CARTIER D. C. MACEWAN H. L. LEWIS J. R. CHRISTNER Freshmen C. MEDLEY R. WILLIAMSON H. H. HEIMAN H. J. WETTLAUFER W. J. MCCARTHY R. S. WILSON G. D. WEBB E. A. YATES HEIMAN WILSON MCCARTHY NOONAN MEDLEY WILLIAMSON WEBB SCHMIDT WETTLAUFFER COBB PALMER CARTIER LOWN YATES PHELPS H. MAST ROGERS VALENTINE MC!NTYRE CHRISTNER MACWAN LEWIS JONES WELLMAN RITCHIE OLESEN NICHOLS WEAVER K EF BARTON PETERSON STREIT DEEBACH E. MAST DANGLER GIBSON KELLY WALMOTH BEEBE BYERS O ' HARA SMIGGEN HANNA Four Hundred Thirty-two ZETA CHAPTER Established in 1897 FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. T. W. ADAMS DR. R. S. CRON DR. G. R. HERRMANN DR. E. R. ELZINGA DR. E. ISHROPP DR. R. B. CANFIELD DR. L. E. DANIELS DR. W. T. HOTCHKISS DR. R. B. FAST DR. E. P. GILLETTE DR. N. E. CLARKE DR. L. FAUST DR. W. P. LOMBARD DR. J. H. MATHEWS DR. F. B. WIGHT DR. F. O. COLLER DR. C. K. HASLEY DR. C. S. DAVENPORT DR. W. H. STOKES DR. E. B. DEWEY FRATRES IX UNIYERSITATE W. M. BRACE C. B. HERT J. A. ROLLS J. M. BARNES W. F. HOOVER L. G. BALDWIN G. VV. HYDE T. E. SCHMIDT R. S. GILLETTE C. H. FORTUNE R. R. DIETERLE E. V. JOHNSTON L. M. RUTZ P. DuBois C. C. MERKLE H. SMITH F. W. BARRY J. F. JoHANTGEN E. SPURRIER O, J. M. HOLT, JR. J. M. NELSON Seniors S. E. DOOLITTLE F. N. KlMBALL L. B. SCHNEIDER Juniors H. A. FURLONG E. B. RITCHIE E. VERNOU Sophomores R. W. BENNER W. E. MATHEWS J. J. TROMBLEY B. McGlLLICUDDY Freshmen F. McPHAIL H. C. SCHICK H. V. FLEISCHHAUER H. R. ROEHN S. W. WlSHART G. F. GREEN W. M. SIMPSON C. A. DEWITT E. B. POTTER M. BOURNE R. WATKINS ATKINS ScHICK FORTUNE ELSON HOLT GlLLETTE JOHANTGEN POTTER SPURRIER HYDE BOURNE BARRY BALDWIN BENNER DE ITT TROMBLEY BARNES FURLONG SMITH MC LLICUDDY SCHMIDT MATHEWS RITCHIE YERNOU DuBois SIMPSON ROEHN FLEISCHHAUER DIETERLE MERKLE HOOVER GREEN RUTZ ROLLS HERT KIMBALL DOOLITTLE SCHNEIDER BRACE JOHNSTON WISHART Four Hundred Thirty-three JOHN SUNDWALL, B.S., PH.D., M.D. GEORGE SLOCUM, M.D. A. C. FURSTENBURG, B.S., M.D. THEOPHIL KLINGMA.N, PH.C., M.D. W. E. COLE, B.S. C. E. FUTCH, B.S. H. G. KLEEKAMP H. W. RIGGS, A.B. L. W. ANDERSON R. B. DRYER R. W. MACGREGOR, B.S. W. J. SHERIDAN C. C. EADES J. B. HASSBERGER D. L. BEERS T. H. MILLER, A.B. R. G. HUBBARD FRATRES IN FACULTATE ERWIN E. NELSON, B.S., A.M. IRVING W. GREEN, A.B., M.D. WILLIAM D. STINSON, A.B., M.D. FRATRES IN URBE GEORGE F. MUEHLIG, B.S., M.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE W. A. CORCORAN, R. E. HALL, B.S. W. O. KLINGMAN, J. F. SANDER, B.S J. A. BACON N. K. FOLEY W. F. MANLEY, A C. J. OsBORNE W. BARTLETT J. F. CLANCY C. A. HOFFMAN F. A. SCOTT J. A. THABES B.S. A.B. Seniors BETA CHAPTER Established in 1898 RALPH E. BOICE, B.S., M.D. E. F. MERRILL, M.D. JOHN B. YOUMANS, M.S., M.D. A. W. COXON, M.D. J. E. CROUSHORE E. W. HALL, A.B., A.M. J. M. PEIRCE C. D. SARGENT Juniors L. F. BATES, B.S. W. D. IRWIN .B. R. L. MUSTARD, A.B. R. F. WAKEFIELD, A.B. Sophomores R. J. BAILEY F. C. HAMM N. E. LACY J. D. SuGRUE Freshmen J. J. WARNER F. P. YORK W. C. DENISON A. D. KIRK, B.S. R. J. PRICE, B.S. G. A. STIMSON C. K. COOK F. G. LINN, A.B. C. B. PEIRCE, A.B. J. H. BESANCON W. C. MARTIN R. C. TRAVIS, A.B. J. J. WRIGHT I I I I t I 1 t 1 9 ? rt i t At BARTLETT BAILEY EADES SCOTT BEERS CLANCY MARTIN OSBORN SUGRUE SHERIDAN COOK IRWIN WAKEFIELD MANLEY DENISON STIMSON MUSTARD MACGREGOR BATES ANDERSON CORCORAN R. HALL W. HALL KLING MAN J. PEIRCE KLEEKAMP SANDER PRICE CROUSHORE KIRK FUTCH C. PEIRCE HAMM HUBBARD GOODRICH WRIGHT MILLER SARGENT Four Hundred Thirty-four CAMPBELL CHAPTER Established in 1905 Alpka T)elt a FRATRES IN FACULTATE HERBERT F. GOODRICH, A.B., LL.B. GROVER C. GRISMORE, A.B., J.D., S.J.D. FRATRES IN URBE ROBERT E. FOWLER, LL.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors MILTON J. SALWASSER RUSSELL W. SMITH, A.B. WAYNE VAN OSDOL HAROLD A. JONES, A.B. BEN W. WEIR GEORGE F. HEIDEMAN, A.B GEORGE F. MALCOLM THOMAS J. WHINERY, A.B. EARL W. DUNN, A.B. CHALMERS L. MCGAUGHEY, A.B. FRANKLIN B. HETTINGER, A.B. JOHN E. M. MERRILL LOREN E. SULLIVAN- EARL F. BOXELL, A.B JOSEPH C. HOOPER Juniors J. CARL MARTINDALE A. Louis OSWALD CECIL R. MC!NTOSH JOHN C. CLARK, A.B. SETH R. BIDWELL BEX V. WINTER, A.B Louis A. NACK STEWART R. BOYER RONALD M. RYAN JACK A. CARRIGAN VICTOR H. DEBAEKE, A.B Sophomores JOSEPH A. AVERY, A.B. ROBERT R. SHARP YERNON F. HILLERY THOMAS J. LYNCH CHARLES F. NOONAN EDWARD E. MURANE PHILIP J. SCHNEIDER EDWARD C. McCoBB MURANE HILLERY McCoBB TOWNLEY LYNCH DEWEY SCHNEIDER SHARP AVERY NOONAN MARTINDALE CARRIGAN BIDWELL DEBAEKE RYAN XACK WINTER BOYER CLARK MclxTOSH MALCOLM SALWASSER SMITH WEIR MERRILL HOOPER OSWALD HETTINGER HEIDEMAN JONES BOXELL MCGAUGHEY SULLIVAN VAN-OSDOL WHINERY DUNN Four Hundred Thirty-five PHi CM FRATRES IN FACULTATE W. E. FORSYTHE, M.D. L. J. FOSTER, M.D. ROLLO E. McCoTTER. M.D. E. W. SINK, A.B., M.A., M.D. F. P. ALLEN, M.D. FRATRES IN URBE H. H. CUMMINGS, M.D. CONRAD GEORG, M.D. PSI CHAPTER Established in 1905 A. D. RUEDEMANN, M.D. R. O. RYCHENER, A.B., M.D. C. R. HILLS, A.B., M.D. C. W. HARDY A. C. KERLIKOWSKE W. G. BEATTIE J. L. KLEINHEKSEL K. M. BEIERLEIN H. F. GRAFF M. B. TIDEY B. E. HYDE N. H. AMOS L. M. LASH FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE V. L. HART W. G. KlLBURY Seniors D. R. WRIGHT H. C. KLING Juniors L. A. BRUNSTING W. L. FAUST T. B. PAUSZEK S. L. LAFEVER R. W. WAGGONER F. J. CLARK A. H. STEELE J. K. HAZEL J. H. MARSHALL G. R. BECK L. B. LAWTON Sophomores D. H. CONDIT A. L. GLEASON M. J. HOLDSWORTH J. O. WETZEL C. L. PENOYAR Freshmen W. L. BoNHAM L. N. WELLER E. RUEDEMANN K. P. JONES A. S. JOHNSON M. W. NORTON R. U. COOPER G. P. GRAYBIEL C. J. POPPEN R. B. MclNDOE A. F. GREGG C. E. OSBORNE ! I 9. I? f ' f ? t t ( BRUBAKER GRAFF HOLDSWORTH GLEASON BOONSTRA MARSHALL TIDEY CLARK STEELE PENOYAR HAZEL MC!NDOE LAWTON BEIRLEIN KLEINHEKSEL PAUSZEK BRUNSTING A.JOHNSON HYDE NORTON LAFEVER COOPER GRAYBIEL FELLOWS WETZEL BEATTIE JONES WRIGHT HARDY MILLER KLING SHAFTER KERLIKOWSKE KILBURY HART FAUST POPPEN GREGG AMOS OSBORNE RUEDEMANN CROSBY M.JOHNSON WELLER SHANK BONHAM LASH BECK Four Hundred Thirty-six GAMMA KAPPA CHAPTER Established in 1905 M. D. MACKOV, PH.G., D.D.S. H. H. HICKS, D.D.S. FRATRES IN FACULTATE A. G. IRVING, D.D.S. FRATRES IN UNIX ERSITATE R. E. KLINESTEKER, D.D.S. R. C. GORMAN, D.D.S. RUSSELL G. ALEXANDER OSWALD E. BRODERSON FREEMAN B. HOVER CARLTON D. REED JOSEPH J. TOLAS FLOYD O. BROW x HAROLD L. HOUVEXER WALTER E. TAYLOR JACK P. BEUKEUA FRAXK P. WHITNEY GEORGE B. STANFORD, JR. KENNETH PLATT CLIFFORD H. LAY WALDOMAR ROESER CLAREXCE B. SOMERS GEORGE R. ANDERSON VERNER H. EMAX DOUGLAS F. McCoLL CHESTER F. SULKERS REUBEN A. WAGNER HJALMER H. BERGH KIRK GARDHAM CLARE K. MADDEN HOWARD A. TEWS ERNEST E. W HALE HARRY W. LUNDAHL Juniors DEAX H. BRUMM WILLIAM J. CARY OLON J. KINSEL ROLLO J. MASSELIXK WILLIAM A. VIGNETTO WALTER A. ZICK Sophomores ORIN N. GRAVES SELWYN P. BURRIDGE MERRITT R. ROOF GEORGE R. SWINTZ JOSEPH W. BURBA GEORGE N. CANNON DONALD W. WAGNER Freshmen EUGENE F. CONNER EDGAR BACON STUART WARD EDWARD J. GUENTHER BERNARD C. WOZXIAK GEORGE QUA, JR. FREDERICK H. BRADSHAW ROBERT S. GREGORY HAROLD V. MALIK HAROLD TODD ILLIAM H. STEVENS RICHARD DELXKIF DONALD W. SMITH LEROY F. HILL RICHARD D. AMENT ELWYN W " . CLEARY FOSTER W. BEVIER LOUIS SCHULTZ JULLAN G. BELT BACON SWINTZ GUENTHER BELT WHITNEY LAY CONNER STANFORD PLAIT BURRIDGE CAXNON AMENT CLEARY WAGNER BROWN HOUVENER BEVIER HILL BEUKEMA DELooF SMITH CARY ZICK GREGORY LUNDAHL MASSELLIXK VIGNETO TAYLOR ROOF EMAN GARDHAM HOVER BRODERSON R. WAGNER ANDERSON REED TEWS KINSEL HALE SrLKERS McCoLL MALIX DR. GoRMAX TOLAX STEVENS TODD TAYLOR ALEXANDER Four Hundred Thirty-seven I MAX M. PEET, M.D. JOHN GARVEY, M.D. EDWIN RUSSELL M.D. THEODORE I. BAUER PAUL H. GARVEY VERNON C. ABBOTT WILLIAM GABBY A. CAVEL CURTIS KENNETH MC!NTYRE KENNETH BABCOCK ALFRED SCHULTZ FRATRES IN FACULTATE LEROY C. ABBOTT, M.D. PHILIP MARSH, M.D. C. NEIL WELLER, M.D. FRANK CURTIS, M.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE NOEL SHAMBAUGH, M.D. LESTER WIEDER, M.D. Seniors WARREN BABCOCK GEORGE H. BELOTE JAMES W. HALFHILL RUSSEL E. LYNCH Juniors CLARENCE H. CREGS DEAN C. DENMAN ROBERT LEE GLASS J. FRANK HACKETT EARL N. VAN()RNUM Sophomores JAMES DELANEY THERON S. HILL STANLEY MOLLHOLLANO HAROLD MORGAN HOMER H. STRYKER WARD CHADWICK WENDELL SWEET HERBERT TWINING Freshmen ELMO G. CRABTREE FRED THOMAS CARLTON C. WINDSOR ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER Established in 1906 NORMAN MILLER, M.D. N " . WARREN BOURNE, M.D. MYRTON S. CHAMBERS ARCH WALLS RAYMOND G. FINNIE ROBERT H. PHILLIPS NELSON S. KEELER HENRY D. STRICKER JOHN NICHOLS SMITH L. THORINGTON STRICKER CURTIS STRYKER T WI NING KEELER DELANEY MC!NTYRE MORGAN HILL VANORNUM DENMAN FINNIE HACKETT GABBY ABBOTT GLASS CREGS PHILLIPS P. GARVEY LYNCH HALFHILL W. BABCOCK CHAMBERS PEET J. GARVEY WALLS BAUER BELOTE WINDSOR SWEET CHADWICK CRABTREE THOMAS K. BABCOCK NICHOLS SCHULTZ THORINGTON Four Hundred Thirty-eight VERTEBRA OCTA CHAPTER Established in 1906 Pi CJpsilon KVi( CLYDE B. STOUFFER, M.D. H. J. BRISBOIS F. I. BLOISE FRATRES IN URBE CHARLES C. WOLCOTT, M.D., B.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE C. C. BAILEY R. F. FENTON V. M. LEFEVRE, A.B. F. VAN SCHOICK L. P. HENKEL G. M. CHILDS Seniors H. W. GALSTER G. T. WAGGONER Juniors C. J. WILLIAMS Sophomores P. B. RASTELLE G. A. TUTTLE, JR. Freshmen C. C. McRAE A. E. A. MUMMERY, M.D. M. A. GOLDSMITH, B.S. C. C. WILTSE H. D. SCARNECHIA CHILDS SCARXECHIA LONIE BLOISE WILLIAMS BAILEY GOLDSMITH LEFEVRE VANSCHOICK DR. STOUFFER FENTON RASTELLE McRAE WILTSE HENKEL BRISBOIS GALSTER WAGGONER Four Hundred Thirty-nine Gamma Eta Gamma A Established in 1910 FRATRES IN UNIVERS1TATE CHARLES J. BOYLE Seniors FREDERICK B. DARDEN HOWELL E. HAYES HERBERT E. WILSON WILLIAM R. WALSH J un iors ALBERT BALKEMA, JR. EDWARD A. CUMMINSKEY WILLIAM G. KEANE BRUCE G. BOOTH RAYMOND H. DRESSER JOHN W. KELLY GEORGE D. MILLER ROWLAND M. BUTLER LEONARD W. FERRIS DWIGHT J. KRUMBOLTZ FRENCISCO PENBERTHY GEORGE H. GARY, JR. DONALD K. GILLARD RAY E. McCAi.L CHARLES I. CAMPBELL JOHN A. HAY Sophomores WILLIAM A. W. EWART HARVEY A. FISHER RUSSEL R. HAYES JOSEPH P. HOERI.E LELAND D. PHELPS JAMES D. WOLFE JOHN E. GUNTHER CARROLL B. JONES CHARLES J. COLE CLAYTON D. PURDY Pledges EDWARD T. STIBICH ARTHUR M. SMITH GILLARD KRUMBOLTZ KEANE FISHER R. HAYES MILLER CUMMINSKEY BOOTH PENBERTHY GUNTHER EWART BALKEMA CAMPBELL CARY STIBKH HOERLE H. HAYES McCALi. WALSH LLOYD WILSON KELLY DRESSER PHELPS HAY BOYLE WOLFE FERRIS BUTLER JONES COLE Four Hundred Forty SIGMA DELTA C H I GAMMA CHAPTER Established in 1910 F. X. SCOTT WILFRED B. SHAW FRATRES IX FACULTATE JOHN L. R. BRUMM DONAL H. HAINES ON R. SuNDERLAND HAROLD P. SCOTT E. G. BURROWS ROBERT E. ADAMS HARRY B. GRUNDY MARTIN A. KLAVER WILLIAM W. OTTAVVAY FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE Senior LINCOLN J. CARTER HERBERT S. CASE RICHARD HEIDEMAN LEO J. HERSHDORFER E. PARISH LOVEJOY, JR. EDWIN R. MEISS WILLIAM H. RILEY MARION B. STAHL PAUL WATZEL ' ALLACE F. ELLIOTT JAMES W. HUME, JR. JOHN MITCHELL JAMES C. STEVENS R. ANDREW BROWN- ROBERT B. TARR RALPH X. BYERS HARRY D. HOEY RALPH L. SMITH Juniors HARRY C. CLARK ROBERT C. MORIARTY JOHN L. STEPHENS MARTIN CODEL JAMES B. YOUNG BURROWS HERSHDORFER HUME CARTER TARR MORIARTY WATZEL CLARK LOVEJOY GRUNDY STEVENS HOEY KLAVER YOUNG MEISS RILEY HAINES ELLIOTT OTTAWAY Four Hundred Forty-one CHRISTIANCY SENATE Established in 1912 CARL G. BRANDT, LL.B., LL.M. WILLIAM H. BALES, A.B., Sigma Nu AUSTIN M. FREASE, A.B., Alpha Sigma Phi STANLEY S. HAWKES FRATRES IN FACULTATE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors HOBART R. COFFEY, A.B., LL.B. LAYLIN K. JAMES, A.B. EDWARD J. JEFFRIES, Alpha Sigma Phi CHRIS M. YOUNGJOHN Juniors EDWIN J. BURROWS WILLIAM A. BUSSEE HAROLD E. HOWLETT TRAVES J. HUNTER CARL H. SMITH C. FREDERICK STANTON CHARLES K. VAN DUREN JOHN R. WEAVER JAMES M. HOUSE, Delta Sigma Phi PAUL R. WILSON JAY P. SWEENEY, Sigma Phi Epsilon JOHN C. MC NNIS, A.B., Sigma Phi Epsilon Sophomores CYRUS E. CHURCHILL HARRY S. MANCHESTER B.S. BENJAMIN J. MANLEY LAURENCE A. MASSELINK ARTHUR E. PIERPONT, A.B GORDAN F. VAN EENAM GLENN O. WALLACE LAWRENCE C. WARDEN ALBERT J. PARKER, Delta Sigma Phi WILLIAM H. WISE, A.B. Freshmen W. BERNARD BUTLER Ross S. CAMPBELL ALLEN W. CHURCH PHILIP H. KELLEY RALPH R. LEWRIGHT ANGUS R. PASCOE CLYDE F. RICHARDSON CARL A. WEINMAN D. BYRON AYRES, Phi Mu Alpha WILLIAM J. WILKINS DONALD J. ROXBURGH, Beta Phi Delta WILKINS HOUSE MASSELINK WALLACE CHURCH LEWRIGHT ROXBURGH MANCHESTER MANLEY VAN EENAM WEINMAN KELLEY BURROW WARDEN MC NNIS PARKER RICHARDSON CHURCHILL SWEENEY WISE STANTON HUNTER WEAVER BUTLER CAMPBELL PASCOE AYRES BUSSEE PIERPONT HOWLETT SMITH YANDUREN BALES JAMES YOUNGJOHX DUNCANSON BRANDT COFFEY FREASE HAWKES WILSON Four Hundred Forty-two IKTINOS CHAPTER Established in 1914 f alpKa KKo C Ki PROFESSOR EMIL LORCH, A.M. PROFESSOR Louis H. BOYNTON FRATRES IN FACULTATE PROFESSOR J. J. ALBERT ROUSSEAU PROFESSOR GEORGE M. McCoxKEY.B.A.E. ERNEST H. BARNES LEON A. MAKIELSKI FRATRES IN UX1VERSITATE ERWIN BAILEY FREDERIC J. MORSE ALFRED R. NASER ERIC C. MILDNER RAYMOND WEBER E. KIEFER D. BURR DuBois GILBERT T. RICKEY ARRIN K. GRIFFITH, GLENN H. BENJAMIN RALPH V. DEMMON HOWARD L. FARLEY LEWIS SARVIS WILLIAM H. STONE WALLACE A. GILL WILLIS B. BURDICK HORACE W. WACHTER Juniors JULIAN R. Cow IN EUGENE T. CLELAND WILFRED P. MCLAUGHLIN LEO I. PERRY Sophomores KARL C. KRESSBACH KENNETH C. BLACK CONRAD S. JOHNSON HAROLD W. HOMBERGER Freshmen FREDERICK J. SCHOETTLEY OSCAR F. WILD GALORD A. WATTS RICHARD C. HOYT MAURICE V. ROGERS HERBERT R. STANLEY EDWARD L. KLINE FRED M. HARLEY DEAN W. RANKIN VERNE H. SIDNAM HAROLD E. PINE LIVINGSTON ELDER GRIFFITH PINE RICHEY HOMBERGER KIE FER WATTS WILD BLACK KRESSBACH WEBER PERRY MCLAUGHLIN MILDNER CO VIN DuBois SIDNAM CLELAND STANLEY ROGERS STONE DEMMON MORSE HARLEY SCHOETTLEY BURDICK WACHTER NASER KLINE FARLEY JOHNSON GILL BENJAMIN BAILEY Four Hundred Forty-three SIGMA CHAPTER Established in 1914 FRATRES IN FACULTATE WILLIAM C. HOAD, B.S. HENRY H. HIGBIE, B.S. FRATRES IN URBE WALTER R. DRURY, B.S. ELTON W. VIETS, B.S. HERMAN R. BEUHLER, B.S. DAVID J. CON-ANT, A.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE EDWARD C. HAUG MYRON J. GRAVER CARLTON W. CRUMB HENRY J. CORSETTE HOWARD A. REED LLEWELLYN C. RUBY EDWARD W. STODDARD JOHN P. TYNES DONALD ALTON Seniors THOMAS M. ROBINSON RALPH W. VOSPER Juniors B. RAYMOND KRITZ FREDERICK S. KRATZ TRACY H. VAN BUREN RAYMOND GRIFFITH Sophomores MYRON A. JONES KURT R. KEYDEL Freshmen T. LOYAL ANDEKSON HAROLD KINLEY EDWARD W. SANDERS PERCY O. DANFORTH HERBERT K. PETERSON BENJAMIN K. REUHL REX G. REASON RUSSELL F. MOODY EDWARD D. LASLEY MOODY CRUMB CORSETTE GRIFFITHS REASON KRATZ VANBUREN KRITZ TYNES GRAVER PETERSON ALTON ROBINSON HAUG VOSPER REUHL KEYDEL REED ANDERSON DANFORTH STODDARD RUBY SANDERS LASLEY JONES Four Hundred Forty-four ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1914 JUDGE GEORGE V. SAMPLE, LL.B. KRATRES IN FACULTATE HERBERT R. SLUSSER, A.B. FRATRES IN URBE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE WILLIAM M. LAIRD, LL.B. WILLIAM E. BURBE ROGER J. VAUGHN- RALPH B DEITERLE T. GORDON SCUPHOLM KENNETH D. WILKIXS ELTON F. HASCALL, JR. MARSHALL D. SPENCER GEORGE E. SLOAN FREDERICK F. WYXX L. B. WILLIAMS Seniors WILLIAM H. WILMOT CLYDE Y. MORRIS CECIL F. GALLOWAY Juniors JOSEPH B. GRIGSBY BARTLETTE E. NUTTER DELMAR W. DODDRIDGE RUSSELL F. MEYER DE LANCEY L. FREDERICKS FERNAXD W. MILLER MYRON SAVIDGE MAX A. WISHER ARTHUR E. MOORE ALLAN S. LOOSE VICTOR J. VOORHEIS HERBERT G. SELBY Sophomores JOHN P. BOYCE BERNARD F. ZINN ROBERT M. PORTER Freshmen A. H. WILLIAMS FRANCIS E. CHADWICK ROY T. NOONAN KENNETH L. THOMPSON WILLIAM M. SEELYE JAMES A. STARR RUSSELL A. KENT HOMER E. MARTIN WILKINS NUTTER PORTER A. WILLIAMS MARTIN HASCALL BOYCE SELBY LOOSE BELSFORD GRIGSBY DODDRIDGE SEELYE THOMPSON MEYERS SAVIDGE WISHER SLOAN MORRIS NOONAN VAUGHN YXX L. ILLIAMS GALLOWAY BURBE CHADWICK SCUPHOLM MILLER SPENCER KENT ZINX STARR MOORE Four Hundred Forty-five ALPHA BETA CHAPTER Established in 1916 PROFESSOR S. LAWRENCE BIGELOW HONORARY MEMBERS PROFESSOR ALFRED H. WHITE PROFESSOR EDWARD D. CAMPBELL PROF. W. L. BADGER G. G. BROWN PROF. A. L. FERGUSON PROF. H. B. LEWIS L. A. PRIDGEON PROF. H. H. WILLARD E. K. BACON R. FLEMING P. H. SHERRICK F. A. BURNS L. W. KEMPF C. E. MUELLER D. B: BELL A. E. PRATT D. R. BROCKETT W. G. NELSON FRATRES IN FACULTATE PROF. E. M. BAKER PROF. F. E. BARTELL PROF. R. J. CARNEY A. R. CARR J. C. GENIESSE J. H. HODGES R. K. MCALPINE W. J. McGiLL PROF. W. G. SMEATON PROF. C. UPTHEGROVE PROF. W. P. WOOD A. A. CHRISMAN E. O. SCOTT FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE D. F. BENTON R. A. NUGENT M. H. SOULE J. S. DAME G. W. MATTHIAS W. A. MYERS W. N. RUTHERFORD E. J. BACH F. C. WlLKENING R. G. CLARKSON D. REESE A. M. WHITE G. W. COLLINS J. F. Ross G. R. STRIMBECK M. VANLoo Seniors J. S. FRANCE M. O. McCLELLAN E. L. POTTER A. H. STUART Juniors R. M. COOK R. F. RuTHRUFF Sophomores A. HARTWELL, JR. C. ROBERTSON C. W. ANDREWS Freshmen B. O. VANNORT PROF. }. C. BRIER L. O. CASE PROF. E. H. LESLIE PROF. C. C. MELOCHE P. F. WEATHERILL W. H. GRIFFITH C. W. CLARKE A. F. ROE R. R. TANNER B. L. HEATH G. E. McCLASKEY N. C. ROEGNER K. J. MACKENZIE E. L. KNAPP C. R. SUTTON BURNS TANNER COOK BELL DAME PRATT MACKENZIE NELSON STRIMBECK COLLINS BACON SHERRICK FLEMING KEMPF BENTON HEATH FRANCE MCCLELLAN MUELLER STUART REESE CLARKSON BROCKETT MCCLASKEY WHITE KNAPP SUTTON BACH WILKENING Four Hundred Forty-six ALPHA KAPPA PSI PHI CHAPTER Established in 1920 FRED M. TAYLOR, PH.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE I. LEO SHARFMAX, A.B., LL.B. CLARE E. GRIFFIN, PH.D. WILLIAM PATOX, PH.D. H. STOUGHTOX BEXJAMIX S. COLEMAX CHILDS H. W. DERL-ITER FRATRES IX UNIVERSITATE Seniors HENRY T. IRVIXG ROBERT T. KXODE RICHARD W. BACHMAXX RICHARD G. BURCHELL R. CARLYLE BAKER FREDERIC G. DOXXER HAROLD W. BEATTIE ELBRIDGE G. XEWHALL, JR. L. THOMAS RICE EDWARD F. LAMBRECHT DOXALD C. McCABE Juniors DOXALD W. STEKETEE HUGH K. DUFFIELD LAL-REXCE H. FAVROT THOMAS G. KIXDEL LAWREXCE E. DOOGE DsRuiTER BACHMANN IRVIXG DUFFIELD CHILDS BEATTIE McCABE RICE FAVROT BEXJAMIX BAKER NEWHALL LAMBRECHT DOXXER KXODE BURCHELL STEKETEE KIXDEL DOOGE Four Hundred Forty-seccn XI CHAPTER Established in 1921 ROBERT A. CAMPBELL FRATRES IN FACULTATE PROFESSOR CHARLES C. EDMONDS, B.A., M.A. FRATRES IN URBE CHARLES L. BATCHELOR GIFFORD S. ADAMS LELAND J. KALMBACH THEODORE R. SLATERY FLOYD C. REINKE STEWART A. WERBACK FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Louis A. BUCK, JR., A.B. Seniors HENREY D. COSSITT WILLARD F. GRUSCHOW DOLPH LAIN RAYMOND F. MAHAFFY BLAIR K. SWARTZ DONALD R. VAN STONE MARK V. YOST MILTON C. BARBER Juniors ALOYS H. SLINGERLAND LODGE D. STAUBACH HOWELL ZOOK TOWNSEND H. WoLFE Sophomores WILLIAM D. HART GEORCF; B. LAWRENCE Pledges NICHOLAS F. MANS MILLARD H. PRYOR CURTIS R. BECKER CHARLES R. JONES THANE O. MALMSTONE EVERETT K. WELCH HAROLD M. STEPHEN- HAROLD W. HATHAWAY WOLFE HART SLINGERLAND ZOOK STAUBACK HATHAWAY PRYOR BECKER WERBACK MANS LAWRENCE STEPHEN REINKE MAHAFFY MALMSTONE BUCK ADAMS BARBER WELCH SLATERY YOST GRUSCHOW VANSTONE KALMBACH LAIN CAMPBELL EDMONDS SWARTZ JONES COSSITT Four Hundred Forty-eight ALPHA DELTA SIGMA CHARLES R. MILLER CHAPTER Established in 1922 ELTON F. HASCALL, JR. ' ENDELL HERRICK JAMES C. HOUSE ASSOCIATE MEMBERS H. T. EWALD HUGH O ' DOXXELL FRATRES IX URBE E. L. STEPHENSOX L. L. GAULT FRATRES IN UMYERSITATE Seniors HEROLD C. HUNT ALBERT J. PARKER JOHN R. RIFORD HERBERT G. SELBY Juniors CLAYTON G. HALE WILBUR M. SEELYE TOWXSEXD H. VoLFE Sophomores BRIGGS BEURMANX PERRY HAYDEX GEORGE E. SLOAN DONALD B. FREDERICK WOLFE BEURMANN HAYDEX HUNT SEELYE RIFORD HOUSE PARKER HASCALL SELBY FREDERICK HALE SLOAN HERRICK Four Hundred Forty-nine OMEGA CHAPTER Established in 1922 i iJelta Epsilon_ FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. THEOPHILE RAPHAEL D. E. COHN M. D. FRIEDMAN M. S. BERMAN R. HERMAN W. KRUGER S. E. GOLDBERG H. GREENFIELD S. S. ALTSHULER A. A. BERMAN A. A. FISHER Seniors Juniors Z. N. STUTZ M. G. KLIATSHCO D. D. KOVAN Sophomores M. P. MEYERS Freshmen A. RoSENZWEIG H. P. PONCHER S. ROSENZWEIG M. SCHWARTZ ]. H. SAMUEL R. BERMAN M. SCHWARTZ A. ROSENZWEIG FISHER M. BERMAN GOLDBERG MEYERS ALTSHULER COHN KLIATSCHCO KOVAN FRIEDMAN DR. NEWFIELD STUTZ KRUGER GREENFIELD S. ROSENZWEIG Four Hundred Fifty WOMEN LlXV HfBER MARGARET WHTTE LUVERN HAYS RlTH ERKHEISER HELEX AI-BREY Four Hundred Fifty-ttrtf PIKE HOUSE PRICE JOHNSON NELSON HIGHLEY SMITH NICHOLS RICH TOFT FORD GROUSE BOTSFORD STANTON SEWALL SPERRY VANDERSCHUUR HAWN CAVINESS KOEBBE BEAN WIDMAN KENAGA REID MAPES WICKSALL BONINE WALKER WOODRUFF CADIEUX MILLER MEISEL HALLENBECK WILSON ROOKS DAY ARNOLD CARPENTER WHITE HARVEY BIDDLE TOBIAS KADOW MAC!NNIS SMITH BRASHEAR RUDY MILLS LEVY MOYER HOOT HOSMER GRABLE TRETHEWEY RICHARDSON LEWIS MATTERN BREDIN KELLY STAIR PORTER PEOPLES WILLIS WOMEN ' S LEAGUE LAURA MILLS . MARGARET STAIR Chairman Secretary MADALAINE ARNOLD MADELON TURNER VIRGINIA RICE BEATRICE TENCH JEANETTE STUDLEY AVON RICHE THYRA SHEFFIELD ANNE MUSHKIN DOROTHY KELLY LORAINE PRICE MARGARET WARTHIN MARTHA MACLEAN MIRIAM WICKSALL ELIZABETH MALOY MARGARET STAIR DORIS GROUSE ELIZABETH PIKE DOROTHY BEAN MARIAN WILLIS CHRISTINE ADDISON ELSIE BUTTS MARIAN MOVER HELEN PORTER AGNES LYONS MARGARET BLACK ELIZABETH CADIEUX MARGARET BONINE VIRGINIA LEE HOSMER ELLURA HARVEY JANE DEWEY LAMILA GRABLE ELEANORA HAWN MARY SMITH HELEN WOODRUFF VERA KANAGA HELEN KING ISABELLE SEWALL EFFIE BETTINS CATHERINE STANTON EDITH LEVY ORMA DUKES CHARLOTTE SPRINGSTEEN RUTH RICHARDSON EVELYN JOHNSON- IDA METZGER GENEVE HALLENBECK DOROTHY RUDY ANNABELL BURDICK LILIAN REID MARGARET WALSH SARAH LEVIN BLANCHE VANDER SCHUUR EVELYN WIDMAN Lois TRETHEWEY MARGARET TOFT ADELINE JOHNESSE AUDREY CARPENTER MARY MCACHRAN MARIE BIDDLE RUTH SMITH GENEVIEVE PEOPLES DOROTHY MAPES IRMA FIELD INEZ MILEY ANNA NELSON- RUTH ROOKS HELEN BAILEY MERLE WILSON HAZEL HOOT HAZEL DAY EDYTHE KOEBBE BERNICE KULOFSKY MARGARET MC!NNIS ELIZABETH LEWIS ALICE HIGLEY ALVA CAVINESS LOUISE MATTERN HELEN BARBER MARY BRASHEAR TILLIE NICHOLS MARGARET WHITE BERTHA RICHTER LA BERYL SMART Four Hundred Fifty-six MILLS CHAMPION DELBRIDGE WOMEN ' S L E A G 1 BOARD OF DIRECTORS FRANCES AMES . LAUR A MILLS KATHERINE STAFFORD HELEN DELBRIDGE BEATRICE CHAMPION FRIEDA DIEKHOFF DORIS CROUSE . EDNA KADOW . President Vice-President Corresponding Secretary- Treasurer . Senior Representative Junior Representative . Junior Representative Sophomore Representative JUDICIARY COUNCIL FRANCES AMES . LAURA MILLS BEATRICE HOEK PAMELA BROWX GERALDINE TRUSCOTT . President f ice-President Senior Representative Junior Representative Sophomore Representative Four Hundred- Fifty-saen lu i Hundred Fifty-eight CAIN COXXABLE CHOI ' SE POTTER PRICE MILLER FRY CUMMIXGS CHURCH BROWN LIPPOLD " AX ALSTYXE COE WILLIS WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC BOARD GRACE FRY MARIAN WILLIS . JOSEPHINE COXXABLE DOROTHY BROW N President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer REPRESENTATIVES JOYCE VAX ALSTYXE . Lois MILLER ALMA CROUSE MARGUERITE CUMMIXGS GEORGIA CHURCH JULIA COE LORRAINE PRICE KATHRYN PORTER MARIAXXA SMALLEY MARY ERLEY ELIZABETH CAIN- DOROTHY LIPPOLD MARTHA GILL DOROTHY BISHOP . Senior Representative Junior Representative Sophomore Representative Freshman Representative Hockey Manager Tennis Manager Archery Manager Rifle Manager Basketball Manager Baseball Manager Hikes Manager Indoor Meet Manager Point Keeper Publicity Four Hundred Fifty-nine BROWN JEFFREY DELBRIDGE HALLADAY JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY COMMITTEE CATHERINE STAFFORD FRIEDA DIEKHOFF . MARIAN WILLIS DOROTHY JEFFERY DOROTHY ROCKWELL HOPE HALLIDAY HELEN DELBRIDGE General Chairman . Business Manager Advertising Chairman Lyric Chairman Costume Chairman Music Chairman Assistant Chairman Four Hundred Sixty Skifk and his hartm. ' ' Everybody ' s wearing knickers. " Four Hundred Sixty-one KOCH CHAMPION K.UHLMAN KRAUS SwAYZE HAYS WALSER BAKER SENIOR PLAY COMMITTEE MARGARET KRAUS BEATRICE CHAMPION KATHERINE KUHLMAN KATHERINE SWAYZE MARION KOCH LUVERN HAYS GRETCHEN WALSER . BARBARA BAKER Chairman Assistant Chairman Business Manager Costume Chairman Publicity Chairman Property Chairman Advertising Chairman . Program Chairman Four Hundred Sixty-three CLARKE WALKER METZER JONES EWING STAFFORD FREUD MUNZ RITTENHOUSE SCHMIDT VERMILYEA BARLEY SPENCER GOODWIN M. STRAUSS NICHOLS WOOD SALISBURY CARTER WERKHEISER BALDWIN CAMPBELL ROST WILEY TANNER AMES BRODEL PIKE REINEKE GOULDER NELSON MUSHKIN JEFFREY WATERVVORTH HAYS KEEGAN GALE RIGBY CHAMPION HOLLIS FOSTER CHRISTIANSEN WELTY GREENOUGH MILLER McCANN LORD NELSON GF.DDES SCHLAACK ROCKWELL MOORE ELLIOTT E. STRAUSS SANDERS WEIMER KNISELY MASQUES OFFICERS J. RALEIGH NELSON ANNE MUSHKIN . PORTIA GOULDER DOROTHY JEFFREY FRANCES AMES CONSTANCE BALDWIN VIRGINIA BRODEL DOROTHY CAMPBELL VELMA LEIGH CARTER BEATRICE CHAMPION RUTH CHRISTENSEN GRACE DOUGHTY HELEN ELLIOTT VEO FOSTER PORTIA GOULDER CATHERINE GREENOUGH LUVERNE HAYS LOUISE BARLEY MARGARET BEAL CATHERINE CLARKE PHYLLIS DELF CHARLOTTA EWING ROSALIND FREUND ANN GALE MARGARET GEDDES MARGUERITE GOODMAN CHARLOTTE HARRISON MEMBERS MARY HAYS LAURELLA HOLLIS HORTENSE HoAD MARY IVES DOROTHY JEFFREY RUTH KING HORTENCE MILLER ANNE MUSHKIN FLORENCE NELSON VIVIAN NORTH ELIZABETH PIKE MATTIE PROUDFOOT MARGARET REINEKE NEW MEMBERS MARGARET JONES MARGARET KEEGAN JUNE KNISLEY MARGARET LORD RUTH McCANN HELEN METZGER ALVA MOORE MARIAN MUNZ ISABEL NICHOLS NELLIE RITTENHOUSE DOROTHY ROCKWELL Director President Secretary Treasurer ELIZABETH RIGBY RUTH ROST DOLLY SANDERS CARABELLE SCHMIDT SHIRLEY SALISBURY CONSTANCE SMITH DOROTHY SPENCER CATHERINE STAFFORD HELEN STAEGEL ISABEL WATERWORTH ESTHER WELTY RUTH WERKHEISER DOROTHY WEIMER RHEA SCHLAACK CORNELIA SHEPARD ELIZABETH STRAUSS MARGARET STRAUSS GENEVIEVE STURGIS VIRGINIA TANNER RUTH VERMILYEA LUCILLA T ALKER MARY WILEY CONSTANCE WOOD Four Hundred Sixty-four BEAL McDoxALD ELTY FREUND RIDEOVT McCAxx ZIMMERMAN WIEGAXD LEHR GOULDER Mrxz CARTER POTTER MCL.EAX BROOMHOWER HOLLIS ALLEN ECKERT STURGIS CLARKE JOKES COREY DELF SHEPARD M U M M E R S OFFICERS " ELMA LEIGH CARTER MARIAN Mrxz . KATHRYX POTTER BEATRICE HOEK . DOROTHY JEFFREY President Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer Member-at-large MEMBERS BARBARA ALLEX MARGARET BEAL FLORENCE BROMHOWER " ELMA CARTER KATHARINE CLARKE MAUDE COREY INONAH CUDDY PHYLLIS DELF CHARLOTTE ECKERT ROSALIXD FREUXD PORTIA GOCLDER ELSIE HARDY BEATRICE HOEK LAURELLA HOLLIS DOROTHY JEFFREY MARGARET JONES MARGARET KEIL MADELINE KIRKPATRICK BLANCHE K.YNAST MARIAN LEHR AMY MARTIN RUTH Me CAN N DOROTHY McFARLEN MADELINE McGuRK MARTHA McLEAN HORTENSE MILLER NLVRIAN MILLER MARIAN MUNZ KATHRYN POTTER LYDA RIDEOUT CORXELIA SHEPARD GEXEVIEVE STURGES ROSE TOBIAS LUCILE ELTY JANE KITE DOROTHY WEIMER THELMA WIEGAND MURIEL ZIMMERMAN Four Hundred Sixty-five BARTON FREUND WILEY WELTY MAY RUSSELL McGuRK LAU FULLER WIEGAND GREEN MASTERS SANDLES STAFFORD SHERER GOULDER GUSTINE HOBSON SIMONSON SPENCER PARANT THOMPKINS WAGNER MCDOWELL KELLEY Fox JENNINGS ELLIOTT HEBAUF MORIYA ATHENA LITERARY SOCIETY MARY HOBSON . CELMA SIMONSON . FRIEDA DIEKHOFF BEATA WAGNER MADELINE McGuRK LUCILE WELTY . FLORENCE FULLER MARGUERITE MAY ROSALIND FREUND CELMA SIMONSON ROSE BARTON ADA COGSWELL PHYLLIS DELF FRIEDA DIEKHOFF HELEN ELLIOTT BEULAH Fox ROSALIND FREUND FLORENCE FULLER PORTIA GOULDER ELIZABETH GREEN HELEN GUSTINE HELEN HEBAUF MARY HOBSON RUTH JENN INGS VERA KADEN DOROTHY KELLY CLARA LAU GERTRUDE MACAULEY GERALDINE MASTERS MARGUERITE MAY MARY McCuLLY OFFICERS 1922 1923 MEMBERS THELMA WIEGAND . President . Pice-President Secretary Treasurer Oratorical Delegate . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Parlitnentarian ELIZABETH McDowELL MADELINE McGuRK YONE MORIYA ELLEN NYLUND LORAINE PARENT BERTHA RICHTER MARIAN RUSSELL BEATRICE SANDLES ADELAIDE SHERER CELMA SIMONSON HELENE SOOY MARGUERITE SPAULDING DOROTHY SPENCER CATHERINE STAFFORD MARGARET STAIR ELIZABETH THOMPKINS DOROTHY TYLER ADELE UNGER MARJORIE UNGER BEATA WAGNER LUCILE WELTY Four Hundred Sixty-six VOODMAXSEE PETERSOX KADOW WARNER TAXXER KYXAST FOSTER ROST COOPER AuGL ' ST BLIM FITCH SHEPHERD KEXACA BAIRD HEIDEMAX GOOD BLAGDOX PORTIA LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS BLANCHE V. KYXAST VIRGINIA S. TANNER YEO G. FOSTER . EDNA E. KADOW . President Fice-President . Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS MABEL AUGUST LYDIA BAIRD CHARLOTTE BLAGDON HARRIET BLUM BEATRICE COOPER KATHERINE FITCH VEO FOSTER MARION GOOD ESTHER HEIDEMAN MARION WOODMANSEE EDNA KADOW ERA KENAGA BLANCHE KYNAST ELIZABETH LIEBERMANN FLORENCE PETERSON- RUTH ROST CORNELIA SHEPHERD VIRGINIA TANNER MAVIS WARNER Four Hundred Sixty-seren SANDLES WERKHEISER GRAHAM SALISBURY GOULDER PROUDFOOT CARTER CHAMPION K.YNAST WELTY SIMONSON STAFFORD SIGMA DELTA PHI National Honorary Oratorical Fraternity ALPHA CHAPTER Founded in 1918 ALICE J. LEFEVRE SORORES IN URBE MARY V. IVES MRS. T. C. TRUEBLOOD SORORES IN UNIYERSITATE VELMA LEIGH CARTER BEATRICE CHAMPION PORTIA GOULDER LOUISE GRAHAM CATHERINE GREENOUGH MARY HOBSON BLANCHE KYNAST AN NE MUSHKIN MATTIE PROUDFOOT SHIRLEY SALISBURY BEATRICE SANDLES CELMA SIMONSON CATHERINE STAFFORD ESTHER WELTY M. LUCILE WELTY RUTH WERKHEISER Four Hundred Sixty-eight KUHLMAN CHAMPION- AMES FRY HYTE MILLS MORTARBOARD National Senior Honorary Society for Women KATHERINE KUHLMAN . LUCY HUBER MARGARET KRAUS . President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS FRANCES AMES DOROTHY BROWN- BEATRICE CHAMPION- GRACE FRY LUELLA GALLIVER LUVERN HAYS LUCY HUBER MARION KOCH MARGARET KRAUS KATHERINE KUHLMAN LAURA MILLS MARGARET WHYTE Four Hundred Sixty-nine WELTY AUBREY KUHLMAN ANDERSON BENNETTS ECKERT WALTERS GALLIVER SENIOR SOCIETY The Senior Society, an honorary society for independent Senior girls, elects to its membership approximately fifteen girls each year, elegibility 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. OFFICERS LUELLA GALLIVER . DOROTHY BENNETTS ELIZABETH HOYT GRACE HUNTER President Fice-President Secretary Treasurer ACTIVE MEMBERS HELEN ANDERSON HELEN AUBREW DOROTHY BENNETTS ILENE CAKE LOUISE ECKHART IONE ELY LUELLA GALLIVER LUCILE WELTY ELIZABETH HOYT GRACE HUNTER KATHERINE KUHLMAN CARA MURBACH MILDRED NEFF JEANETTE PALMER CAROL W T ALTERS Four Hundred Seventy WILEY CAIN WICKSALL CARSON HAYS CARTER HALLADAY DIEKHOFF ERMANN BROWN CARNAHAN JEFFREY STAFFORD BISHOP KYNAST HOLLIS GREENWALD CROUSE DELBRIDGE TAYLOR ILLIS " YLIE FITCH WYVERX SOCIETY Wyvern, an honorary society for Junior girls, elects to its membership approximately 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. HELEN DELBRIDGE DORIS CROUSE OFFICERS President Secretary and Treasurer DOROTHY BISHOP PAMELA BROWN ELIZABETH CAIN XANETTE CARNAHAN ELIZABETH CARSON YELMA CARTER FRIEDA DIEKHOFF CHARLOTTE ERMANN SUSAN FITCH DOROTHY GREEN VALD HOPE HALLADAY MARY HAYS LAURELLA HOLLIS DOROTHY JEFFREY BLANCHE KYNAST ELIZABETH LAUVER CATHERINE STAFFORD MARION TAYLOR MIRIAM WICKSALL MARY WILEY MARIAN WILLIS DOROTHY YLIE Four Hundred Serenty-one BARNUM BUELL BLOOD GoDDARD ECKERT SUTTON STEWART HELLER HUNT EGGERT T-SQUARE SOCIETY Honorary Society Architectural College HONORARY MEMBERS MRS. CAMILLA B. GREEN- ALUMNAE MEMBERS MRS. LAWRENCE S. BARTELL Miss FLORENCE BANCROFT MURIEL RAY FRANCES SUTTON AUGUSTA STEWART MARION BUELL . LOUISE ECKERT . MARGARET BARNUM MARION BLOOD MARION BUELL LOUISE ECKERT DOROTHY EGGERT ASSOCIATE MEMBERS HELEN KING OFFICERS ACTIVE MEMBERS LALAH VAN SICKLE President rice-President . Secretary Treasurer ELOISE GODDARD CATHERINE HELLER MARY HUNT AUGUSTA STEWART FRANCES SUTTON Four Hundred Seventy-two SMITH REINEKE DAVENPORT ALEER CHAPIN ALIAS JORDAX AMES BLUM WELTV KELLY SERVIS JACKSON PI LAMBDA T H E T A XI CHAPTER Established in 1922 OFFICERS XATALIE F. JORDAN HARRIET L. BLUM MARTHA CHAPIN . IVALEEX SMITH HELEN A. ALLAN- MARGARET WALKER HELEN A. ALLEN HARRIET L. BLUM MARTHA J. CHAPIN HELEN DAVENPORT CAROLINE HEINZ FRANCES JACKSON XATALIE F. JORDAN- FLORENCE KELLY MARGARET REINEKE EVELYN M. LEWIS IVALEEN SMITH MARGARET G. WALKER MEMBERS . President rice-President . Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary- Treasurer Keeper of Records LI CILE WELTY HARRIET BURY DOROTHY DUNLAP BEULAH Fox FRIEDA FIEFER MARGARET KRACS DOROTHY LIPPOLD AMY MARTIN- PHYLLIS MELLENCAMP CARRIBEL SCHMIDT ELSIE TOLES Four Hundred Sfrenty-tkree KERR DUFF WRENTMORE SCHMIDT LECHLITNER GRIFFIN 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. GRADUATE MEMBER MARTHA GUERNSEY ACTIVE MEMBERS PAULINE DUFF HAZEL ECKHART MARY GRIFFIN GEORGIA JACKSON MARIAN KERR ARDEN LEATHERMAN RUTH LECHLITNER CARRIBEL SCHMIDT GWYNETH RENTMORE IOTA SIGMA PI Honorar Sociftv in Chemistry Phosphorus Chapter of Iota Sigma Pi is a national honorary chemical sorority, having for its purpose the promotion of fellowship and mutual advancement in chemistry among women students. PHOSPHORUS CHAPTER MRS. R. K. McALPiNE MRS. C. C. MELOCHE PATRONESSES MRS. S. L. BIGELOW MRS. W. G. SMEATON MRS. A. H. WHITE GRADUATE MEMBERS MONICA ALLEN NAZEL PLATT UPTHEGROVE LA VINA McBRiDE LAWRENCE SIMS BARTELL HELEN GLENN IRENE BAISLEY LUVERN HAYS FRANCES KELLER ACTIVE MEMBERS DOROTHY KOEPEL AMY MARTIN GOLDIE CoRNELUISOK ELLEN PORTER Four Hundred Seventy-foe LAWRENCE AUBREY JEFFREY Ross HYTE HAYES BISHOP BEAN HARWICK HUNTER GALLIVER DAVIS HUBER BELL SMITH YOUNG WOMEN ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION NEWBERRY HALL The Y. W. C. A. is the only campus religious organization for women. Its policies and programs are planned and carried out by the students. The Association is affiliated with the National Y. W. C. A. and the World Student Christian Federation and thereby shares in national and regional conferences, and visits from leaders of international experience. Its members find in it a means of self-expression, training in leadership, and a constantly enlarging of vision of the college woman ' s opportunity. MARGARET WHYTE DOROTHY JEFFREY LURERN HAYS HELEN AUBREY Miss Ross OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer General Secretary COMMITTEES LUCY HABER LUELLA GALLIVER SADYE HARWICK ALENE DAVIS ELIZABETH SMITH DOROTHY BEAN GRACE HUNTER ELIZABETH BELL KATHARINE KUHLMAN DOROTHY BISHOP ROSEMARY LAWRENCE Undergraduate Representative Vespers Social Service World Fellowship Girl Reserves Industrial Social House Membership Conferences and Conventions Publicity Four Hundred Seventy-six BEELS BECKXIAX SCBERER TRYOX TRAIXER CASE ZEICLER PACKARD KEECAN GREEX STVART KARLE FRANK BROWX ERKHEISER FAIR WYLIE PRICE BAIRD SATHERS SHAW BROADHEAD SANDERS BARLOW LAMBERTSOX MAHAFFV NELSON SAUXDERS HAYES DIVINE REYNOLDS McCAXx HOWELL SHEPARD STVDLEV CHRISTEXSEX BLAGDOX BLACK JENKS HOOT FAST HARSH CITTIXG CHRISTIAN SQCIER BIT-MAX MCBRATNIE J. BARTON R. BARTON MORENCY BRODEL DODSLEY KIXGMAX CHAMBERS HARWICK WESTPHAL GRAHAM WOOD HOYT HUNT LANE GABLER WALTERS VAX ALSTYXE RICH WELTT UNIVERSITY GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB ELIZABETH HOYT DOROTHY LANE CONSTANCE WOOD ANNA GABLER DOROTHY WESTPHAL NONA DOUGHERTY LOUISE GRAHAM LILLIAN BECKMAN STATIRA BUTMAN VIRGINIA BRODEL NONA DOUGHERTY- OLIVE FAST ANNA GABLER MARY FAIR JOSEPHINE BARTON- ROSE BARTON MADELAINE BROWN- MARY CASE KATHERINE DODSLEY HILDA FRANK KITTY BROADHEAD HELEN BROWN- ESTHER WELTY MARGARET CHRISTIAN- BESSIE DEVINE LYDIA BAIRD MARIAN BARLOW MARGARET BECK FIRST SADYE HARWICK ELIZABETH HOYT CATHERINE HUNT LEONE JACOBS LOUISE LAMBERTSON SHIRLEY LAWTON ESTHER SOPRANOS JEMIMA MILLER RUTH McCANN MARIAN NICHOLS ELAINE SCHERER VIRGINIA TRYON ABIGAIL ROBERTS ELSIE KARLE SECOND SOPRANOS BERTHA GREEN LAURELLA HOLLIS HAZEL HOOT IDA JENKS MARGARET KEEGAN DOROTHY LANE LILLIAN LATHERS BEULAH MORENCY HELEN MCBRATNIE ELIZABETH PIKE AVON RICH EMILY SHEPARD FIRST ALTOS EDNA CHRISTIENSEN DOROTHY HARTSHORN- FRANCES HAYES RUTH HOWELL LAURA HYDE FLORENCE NELSON LILA REYNOLDS KATHERINE SANDERS MARGARET STUART JEANETTE STUDLEY SECOND ALTOS MARY CUTTING ELIZABETH KINGMAN MARGARET BLACK CHARLOTTE BLAGDON IONE CHAMBERS FLORENCE GILLIS President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer Librarian Auditor Accompanist LUCY HUBER CAROLS WALTERS DOROTHY WYLIE DOROTHY ZEIGLER HARRIET HALLON CONSTANCE WOOD CORNELIA SHEPERD CARLOTTA SQUIER VIRGINIA TANNER DOROTHY WESTPHAL FREIDA WISHROP RUTH WERKHEISER LAURA KETCHUM VICTORIA SHAW JOYCE AN ALSTYNE LOR. INE PRICE Four Hundred Seventy-seven MARTIN SUTTON AUYER JOHNSON STEALY NUTZEL BROADSTREET HACKBARTH BLAHNIK BRODERSON PEOPLES WHEELER HAIGHT BLACKALLER BILLINGTON FINLEY SHATTACK CONLIN BURTON HALLIM LORD MACGILLVRAY KEATLEY BRAGG PELHAM TUCKER STANLEY CHORUS MRS. WILLIAM WHEELER GENEVIEVE PEOPLES Director Asst. Director OFFICERS MILDRED BRODERSON EVELYN CONLIN ANTOINETTE HAIGHT GENEVIEVE HALLINE LOUISE BLOCKALLER HELEN MCLAREN HELEN BLAHNIK LOLA BRADSTREET MARGUERITE BROGG ERNESTINE BURTON IRENE FINLAY GENEVIEVE HALLINE MARIAN LORD FIRST SOPRANOS President ice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary- Treasurer Librarian . Accompanist HELEN MCCLINTON HELEN MCLAREN RUTH NOETZEL ORA MARY PELHAM MRS. ANNA SCHIEDLER MARGUERITE SHATTUCK GLEE BAKER LEONA BILLINGTON EVELYN CONLIN MINNIE HUBER LOUISE BLACKALLER MILDRED BRODERSON ANTOINETTE HAIGHT SECOND SOPRANOS FIRST ALTOS DOROTHY JOHNSON HAZEL PARSONS RUBY SUTTON KATHRINE W T RIGHT GENEVIEVE PEOPLES HELEN MARTIN THELMA STEALY VIRGINIA AUYER ERMINE HACKBARTH SECOND ALTOS DORIS HOWE CHARLOTTE TUCKER Four Hundred Seventy-eight BARLOW FISCHER COCHRAX HIXDRICKS LOCKE WOODRUFF ECKERT WAXSTROM BRUMMELER LEWIS SMITH WALDROX STRATBUCKER ARNOLD OLE BAICKER GIRLS ' MANDOLIN CLUB GERTRUDE STRATBUCKER MARION BROWN . MADALIXE ARNOLD President Treasurer Librarian MEMBERS MADALINE ARNOLD MARION BROWN- MARION BARLOW GERTRUDE BRUMMELER CHARLOTTE COCHRAN CHARLOTTE ECKERT HELEN FISCHER ELIZABETH LEWIS CHARLOTTE HENDRICKS VALERIA OLE EVELYN SMITH RUTH WALDRON MARION WENSTROM EMILY WOODRUFF HELEN LOCKE Four Hundred Seventy-nine TAYLOR HACKBARTH SYMPHONIC LEAGUE OFFICERS FLORENCE GINGRICH . CELIA WEST MARION LORD ONNALEE TAYLOR ERMINE HACKBARTH . DORIS SCHMIDT . GENEVIEVE PEOPLES . President Fice-President Secretary Treasurer . Social Chairman . Scholarship Chairman Advisor DAWNING MALONE SLINGLUFF RICE LOUTHAN COOPER REA HITEHOL-SE SrVRGtS HEXXE DlXON HuFF SpRAGVE JOHNSTON CARLVLE BAIRD UXGER RASZEL ARMSTRONG BUUGARDXER HUNT HALLEX ELOINC GRAY GILES VlS GoODWITH BoRIXG K.ERSEY Pl ' DELL FlRESTONE BuRROUGH HARDING GALE . DAMS FRESHMEN GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB VIRGINIA KERSEY FRANCES M. RUDELL ANN GALE . President Secretary and Treasurer . Librarian MEMBERS FRANCES ADAMS REVA ALLEN- PHI LA ARMSTRONG MARY BAILEY ELIZABETH BAIRD Lois BERRY FRANCES BORING ELEANOR BUMGARDNER LOUISE CARLYLE LORRETTA COOPER HELEN CROCKER NETTIE DOWNING CAROL Dixox INGNID ELOING HELEN FIRESTONE ANN GALE ADA GILES BETH GOODRICH MARION GOOD JESSAMINE GRAY LILLIAN HARDING LUCILE HEXXE FRANCES HUFF RUTH JENNINGS VIRGINIA KERSEY CHARLIXE LEONARD CLARA Loix MARY LOUTHAN ESTELLE L DDEX PAULINE MALONE EMMA LOU REA MARGARET RICE HELEN ROSZEL ADELINE ROUMN FRANCES RUDELL DORIS SLINGLUFF HELEN SMITH JESSIE SPRAGUE GENIEVE STURGIS MARJORY L ' NGER DOROTHY WALDO JANE WHITE CAROLYN WISE DOROTHY WHITEHOUSE FLORENCE PROBST JANER VAX DEX BERG Four Hundred Eighty-one SIGMA ALPHA IOTA National Honorary Musical Sorority ALPHA CHAPTER Founded 1903 JEAN BOYD MRS. R. BISHOP CANFIELD MRS. ALLEN DUDLEY MRS. J. J. GOODYEAR MRS. JAMES GLOVER MRS. CLIFTON CHADWICK GERTRUDE FLOWERDAY MRS. CHAS. WOLCOTT MRS. S. W. MOWER HESTER REED ESTHER HOLLANDS CLARA LUNDELL DORIS SCHMIDT RUTH STILLER MRS. HARRY BACKER SEBASTIANA PALMA FLORENCE WELDEN FRIEDA H. WISHROPP CHAPTER HONORARY MEMBERS CAROLINE LAZZARI MME. LUCREZIA BORI PATRONESSES MRS. VV. A. HOWLAND MRS. W. A. MCLAUGHLIN MRS. M. A. IVES MRS. EARL V. MOORE MRS. EMIL LORCH MRS. REUBEN PETERSON SORORES IN URBE MRS. CLYDE WILSON LOUISE GAYLORD MRS. WALTER HUNT ELIZABETH A. CAMPBELL FRANCES CASPARI MRS. IRVING J. CROSS MRS. LOUISE HOPKINS MRS. J. B. JEWELL MRS. JOSEPH KUCERA ALICE LLOYD SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE DORIS HOWE NORA HUNT CONSTANCE OHLINGER GRACE RICHARDS THELMA STEALY MARGARET STRAUSS RUTH WERKHEISER MRS. WM. WHEELER MARTHA MERKLE NELL STOCKWELL PLEDGES GERTRUDE IRENE FINLAY JOSEPHINE A. DURRANT ROSELLA RIDER MRS. LATTEN DOROTHY E. HARTSHORN DOROTHY I. JOHNSON DONNA ESSELSTYNE MRS. S. Me. STANTON MRS. Louis STRAUSS MRS. G. O. BOWEN MRS. M. P. TILLEY MRS. MARK MARSHALL MRS. PETER OKKELBERG JULIA PETERSON MRS. FRANCIS L. SNYDER MAUDE C. KLEYN GRACE SMITH MARIAN STRUBLE RHEA YAKE MRS. GEORGE B. RHEAD LUCILE S. BELLAMY MARGARET I. TRAINER HELEN LUCILE W ' EBER RICHARDS HOLLANDS WERKHEISER MOWER BACKER FISHER CROSS HUNT STOCKWELL WHEELER MERKLE LATIN LUNDELL STILLER HOWE OHLINGER STEALY STRAUSS KLEYN WEBER FLOWERDAY CHADWICK RIDER DURRANT TRAINER FINLEY BELLAMY JOHNSON PALMA BRADSHAW SHIELDS LOCKWOOD LEFEVER FULLER THOMPSON ROBIXSQX IXEY SWEENEY FROH LIXTOX DEGRAF HENKLE WILKIE DUXLAX Mclxxts WIXKLER BEXDER AxOsrE - MOE SMITH PARSOXS WILKIXS GEXIESSE ECKLES CAXTRELL PASTOR TOUSLEY TRI.-ESDALE BRAYBROOKS MICKLE FUXTOFF DAXTO HoFFMASTER BoYCE TEDROW STELLWAGEX GALE CoRLEY FAUST SABO RlCE MICHIGAN DAMES MRS. GALE MRS. STELLWAGOX MRS. CORLEY MRS. FAUST MEMBERS MRS. E. C. ALLMAXD MRS. G MRS. C. L. AXSPACH MRS. J. MRS. G. BACHMAX MRS. O MRS. T. I. BAUER MRS. W MRS. A. M. BEXDER MRS. B. MRS. G. D. BOWSWEX MRS. L. MRS. F. A. BODDY MRS. V MRS. F. H. BRADSHAW MRS. P. MRS. . M. BRAYBROOKS MRS. K. MRS. G. P. CAXTRELL MRS. C. MRS. H. E. COXKLIX MRS. G. MRS. W. H. COXGDOX MRS. D. MRS. S. B. DAXTO MRS. W MRS. R. F. DEEBACH MRS. N. MRS. D. C. DEGRAFF MRS. C. MRS. K. DI-XCAX MRS. G. MRS. R. R. ECKERT MRS. D. MRS. F. G. ECKLES MRS. R. MRS. F. E. EGGLESTOX MRS. T. MRS. T- A. EXRIQUEZ MRS. F. MRS. V. L. FAUST MRS. S. MRS. X. C. FISK MRS. K. MRS. T. FLIXTOFF MRS. J. MRS. L. A. FROH MRS. j- MRS. M. R. FULLER MRS. C. MRS. H. . M. GALE C. GEXIESSEE H. GRAVES . H. GRIFFITH E. GROVES P. HENKLE . E. HILL R. IREY C. KuSTER LEFEVER L. LOCKWOOD O. LOXIE . R. MAC!XXES McCLELLAX . MARGOLD E. MICKLE E. MOE D. MERRIAM O ' LEARY OSBORX L. OWEXS L. OLDS P. PARSOXS C. PASTOR A. RICE R. HOFFMASTER President Pice-President Secretary Treasurer MRS. E. R. ROBINSON MRS. J. A. SABO MRS. H. V. SHIELDS MRS. E. M. SMITH MRS. N. R. SMITH MRS. R. H. STELLWAGOX MRS. V. H. STEVEXS MRS. B. R. SPRIXGBORN MRS. J. A. SWEENEY MRS. O. S. THOMPSOX MRS. P. M. TEDREW MRS. H. M. TILFORD MRS. L. TOWXSEXD MRS. C. A. TOWSLEY MRS. F. TUCKER MRS. }. VAX OATEN- MRS. G. VAX ZYL MRS. K. D. ILKIXS MRS. C. A. WILKIE MRS. J. M. WHITE MRS. L. WILSON MRS. W. C. WILSON MRS. H. G. WIXKLER MRS. S. W. WISHART MRS. G. W. MISXER Four Hundred Eifkiy-tJtrfe DlEKHOFF MoREYA FULLER Fox SIMONSON WELTY MICHIGAN-OHIO DEBATING LEAGUE Question: Resolved, that the Great Lakes-to-the-Atlantic Canal project should be completed by joint contribution of Canada and the United States. Michigan Affirmative Team FRIEDA DIEKHOFF YONE MOREYA FLORENCE FULLER Michigan Negative Team BEULAH Fox ALMA SIMONSON LEONA NEELY Four Hundred Eighty-four m r s 1 DIEKHOFF CAVE BUTTS DIXON GOULDER MUTSCHLER MONTGOMERY WOODWARD KESSELL MAITLAND BUCK KRAUS MISHKIN HENDERSON RANDALL BRIGGS MILLER MORROW BROWN CARTER MICHIGAN INTER-SORORITY ASSOCIATION Gamma Phi Beta Delta Gamma Collegiate Sorosis Pi Beta Phi . Kappa Kappa Gamma Alpha Phi Kappa Alpha Theta Alpha Chi Omega . Chi Omega CHAPTER 1882 1885 1886 1888 1890 1892 1893 1898 1905 Delta Zeta MEMBERSHIP Theta Phi Alpha . Delta Delta Delta . Alpha Xi Delta Zeta Tau Alpha Kappa Delta Alpha Omicron Pi . Alpha Epsilon Phi . Alpha Gamma Delta Pi Kappa 1923 MRS. NATHAN POTTER MRS. JOSEPH CANNON MRS. EARLE Dow MRS. D. W. BRONK MRS. HERBERT MALLORY Miss RUTH BROWN MRS. WALTER STAEBLER ALUMNAE DELEGATES MRS. CLAIR UPTHEGROVE Miss EILEEN DONAHUE Miss MARIAN STOWE MRS. ROY COWDEN MRS. EDWIN DICKENSON MRS. EDWARD GILLETTE MRS. WATLZEN 1922 WINIFRED BUCK MARGARET KRAUS BEATRICE HOEK OFFICERS 1923 DOROTHY MAITLAND CATHERINE WOODWARD MARY CATHERINE KESSELL President Secretary Treas urer LUCIA LEE KILPATRICK MARGARET DIXON ELEANORE MEISEL MADELINE BROWN GENEVIEVE HOYT SARAH RANDALL JEANNE BRIGGS HORTENSE MILLER PORTIA GOULDER OFFICIAL DELEGATES Four Hundred Eighty-six DOROTHY MORROW FRIEDA DIEKHOFF CATHERINE CAVE ELIZABETH LIEBERMANN MARY MONTGOMERY VELMA LEIGH CARTER ANNE A IUSHKIN THELMA HENDERSON HELEN MUTSCHLER ELSIE BUTTS Miss LINDA EBERBACB MRS. LAURENCE Rurz MRS. JAMES BREAKEV MRS. MclNTOSH Miss DESDELORA STEVENS DR. ELOISE WALKER BETA CHAPTER ] . : . .-: - : - k : MRS. WALDO ABBOTT MRS. ALDRED FISCHER MRS. WILFRED SHAW Miss KATHLEEN CITTIXG MRS. DEAN MYERS MRS. HERBERT SLVSSER IN1FRED BlETHAX DORIS CLARE NONA DoHERTY Gamma Phi Beta SORORES IX URBE DOROTHY BISHOP DOROTHY CAMPBELL MARGARET BARXUM LEWIS VIXIFRED CHENEY MRS. XATHAN POTTER MRS. EVERETT BROWN MRS. LEWIS MRS. SLATER Miss CLARA STIMSON MRS. EARLE WOLAVER SORORES IN UNIVERSOATE MARIORIE STEVENSON IRENE MILLER Seniors CATHERINE GREENOUGH HELEN HALL LAURA GRIDLEY KATHLEEN HATTON Juniors HoRTENSE HoAD DOROTHY SANDERS DOROTHY MATTLAND VIRGINIA TANNER ELIZABETH PIKE DOROTHY WEIMER Sophomores VIXIFRED GRIDLEY DOROTHY HARTSHORN CORNELIA SHEPHERD ARDYS STONER Frfskmen JEAN FOGLE MARY HASKELL JESSIE SPRAGUE JANET YAXDEXBURG MRS. EDWARD ADAMS Miss SARAH HINCKS Miss MARIE SCHERER MRS. HENRY DOUGLAS MRS. LAURENCE SCHNEIDER HELEN O ' LEARY CARRIBEL SCHMIDT FRANCES BREDIN HELEN HAWKEX LUCIA LEE KILPATRICK LOUISE BOYXTOX ALICE OWEN SHEPARD BARXUM LVITLAXD PIKE VANDENBURG FOGLE HOAD EIUER STOXER TANNER SANDERS HATTON CLARK GREENOUCH SCHMIDT DOHERTY HALL CAMPBELL BISHOP CHENEY OWEN SPRACUE KILPATRICK PELL LEWIS BREDIN HASKELL GRIDLEY HARTSHORN Four Hundred Eifkty-seven- XI CHAPTER Established in 1885 amnxa. MRS. EDWARD CAMPBELL MRS. RALPH AIGLER MRS. WILLIAM BROWN, JR. MRS. JOHN EFFINGER OLIVE KNOWLSON ELIZABETH BELL DOROTHY BROWN GERTRUDE BAKER DORIS CROUSE HOPE HALLADAY ALMA CROUSE MARGARET DIXON PHILA ARMSTRONG ELEANOR ASHLEY HONORARY MEMBERS MRS. MORTIMER COOLEY MRS. KARL GUTHE SORORES IN URBE FRANCES LYON MRS. HENRY SANDERS MARY MALCOMSON MRS. IRVING SCOTT MRS. NORMAN MILLER MARTHA SEELEY MRS. CHARLES RASH JEAN SHARPE SORORES IN FACULTATE MlNA WlNSLOW SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors WINIFRED BUCK CATHERINE DODSLEY JOSEPHINE CONNABLE CATHERINE EVANS HARRIET WILCOX Juniors Lois MILLER CATHERINE RIGGS HELEN MILLION CONSTANCE SMITH JOSEPHINE PATTON DOROTHY SOBER Sophomores CONSTANCE MACDONALD MARTHA MILLER RUTH MACDONALD LILLIAN WETZEL Freshmen HELEN CROCKER ANN SEELEY MARGARET EFFINGER KATHARYN WILLSON MRS. THIEME MRS. SHIRLEY SMITH MRS. WILLIAM STONEMAN MRS. HARRY RASCHBACKER LAURA MILLS MARGARET WHYTE GERALDINE SPILL KATHRYN WOODWARD MIRIAM WETZEL ELIZABETH WOODWARD SPILL A. CROUSE R. McDoNALD L. WETZEL DIXON M. MILLER M. WETZEL C. McDoNALD K. WOODWARD D. CROUSE BAKER L. MILLER SMITH RIGGS SOBER HALLADAY PATTON MILLION WHYTE WILCOX DODSLEY BUCK MILLS BROWN EVANS CONNABLE BELL WILLSON ARMSTRONG EFFINGER CROCKER E. WOODWARD SEELEY Four Hundred Eighty-eight MRS. HERMAN KLEENE HESTER REED LYDIA COXDON NATHALIE MURPHY MRS. AUBREY TEALDI MARY CAMPBELL HAYS JEMIMA WEXLY PURDOM Established in 1886 MRS. HEXRY M. BATES ESTHER KEXXEDY AXGELL MRS. HARRY M. HAWLEY MRS. HARRISON RANDALL GERTRUDE BROCK ALICE LLOYD BERTHA SHAW- MRS. EARLE V. Dow MRS. G. V. PATTERSOX HARRIETT BUR-I ASSOCIATE MEMBERS MRS. HERBERT C. SADLER MRS. WILLIAM H. FAUST MRS. JESSE S. REEVES MRS. VICTOR C. VAUGHAX SORORES IN LRBE MRS. CHRISTIXE M. BREED MARGARET CAMERON MRS. EARLE MOORE MRS. WILLIAM SELLEW FLORENCE V. GREENE MRS. RENE TALAMON MRS. EDGAR N. DURFEE CAROLINE PATTENGILL HELEN BATES DORA WARE HILDEBRANDT MRS. WALTER B. PILLSBURY MARY RANDALL HELEN KOLB BARSE MRS. JOSEPH A. BURSLEY MARGARET C. KENNEDY ANNA LLOYD MIRIAM HUBBARD ROELOFFS MILDRED SHERMAN LOUISE W. BULKLEY BEATRICE M. CAMPBELL CATHERINE CHAMBERLAIN FRANCES BONNER GERTRUDE S. TENNANT SYLVIA CABOT ELIZABETH MORCAN CHARLINE LEONARD KATHARINE HOWARD CATHERINE CLARK TRAUT SORORES IN LAN ERSITATE Seniors VIRGINIA COXKLIN EUNICE M. HUMPHREY MARTHA T. DODD MART IVES SIDNEY HELEN HUFF ELIZABETH GRISWOLD LONG Junior.! MARY CATHERINE KESSELL MARGARET ANN KEEGAN BONAR VANZANDT GLADYS WELLS LUCILE WHITFIELD MARY L. McKiNLEY MARION KOLB ELEAXORE MEISEL ELIZABETH MALOY ARLINE FLEMING VIRGINIA COXKLIX LAURA PARKER RUTH KAMMERER ALICE RUSSELL Sophomorei ELIZABETH DRAKE THELMA SMITH Frejhit M. LOUISE HUFF Axx GALE EUXICE ROSE BETTY PARROTT ALICE POWELL VIRGIXIA MC " EY ALICE LAKGTHORX HELEN HUTCHIXS MARY COOLEY PARROTT MORGAN CABOT PARKER COXKLIX LEONARD LAXCTHORX RUSSELL TEXXAXT POWELL MEISEL SMITH MALOY DRAKE BONNER KESSELL S. HUFF WELLS DODD HUMPHREY CAMPBELL WHITFIELD BURY KEEGAN COOLEY ROSE GALE M. HUFF FLEMING HUTCHIXS KAMMERER Four Hundred Eighty-nine MRS. ALBERT BARRETT PATRONESSES MRS. MARTIN D ' OoGE MRS. ISRAEL RUSSELL SORORES MRS. CHARLES BERRY MRS. DETLER W. BROUK MRS. HAL CONDIT MRS. JAMES CORK MRS. HERBERT L. GOODRICH MRS. HOMER HEATH MRS. GEORGE LEWIS MRS. RALPH MILLER Miss MARCIA STURGIS MRS. ALBERT WHITE IN URBE MRS. D. C. CHIPMAN MRS. RAY D. FISHER MRS. CARL HUBER MRS. FRANK PARKER MRS. ALFRED WHITE MICHIGAN BETA CHAPTER Established in 1898 MRS. HUGH CABOT Miss DOROTHY CHIPMAN MRS. HUDSON FLEISHAUER MRS. FRANCIS KELSEY MRS. HENRY RIGGS Miss MILDRED WOODHAMS SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE ELIZABETH B. HOLT HELEN BUSTER LUCY HUBER ANITA SOWER KATHERINE AINSWORTH NANETTE CARNAHAN PROCTOR SPALDING GRACE HALL KATHERINE CLARKE GEORGIA CHURCH MARION MCLEAN _ FRANCES STRYKER JESSIE BECKHAM HELEN DELBRIDGE MARGARET STEWART Seniors MARY GRIFFIN MARGARET REINEKE MAUDE TALCOTT Juniors MADELINE BROWN DOROTHY JEFFREY LUCILE WHITNEY Sophomores ELIZABETH HULBERT OLIVE McKAY HELENE SCHUMACHER HELEN HALL Freshmen LOUISE ROBERTS GERTRUDE HAYES RUTH SOUTHERTON CAROLINE WATERMAN NATALIE GLOVER ELIZABETH LAUVER HELEN CHIDESTER HELEN PORTER ELMA WALZ McKAY AINSWORTH GLOVER JEFFREY HULBERT G. HALL BECKHAM PORTER WATERMAN BUSTER STRYKER DELBRIDGE LAUVER CARNAHAN WHITNEY BROWN McLEAN SOWER SOUTHERTON HAYES HUBER REINEKE GRIFFIN CHURCH WALZ H. HALL CLARKE SCHUMACKER CHIDESTER HOLT STEWART Four Hundred Ninety m BETA DELTA CHAPTER Established in 1890 i G amma MRS. L. A. BARRETT MRS. STANLEY STEVENS MRS. T. V. ADAMS MRS. PERISH LOVEJOY SARAH PARKER ELIZABETH BROWNING AMANDA McKixxEY JOYCE VAN-ALSTYNE HARRIET ACKLEY ELIZABETH HUMPHREYS HELEN McBRATNiE LOUISE GALLOWAY ELIZABETH RANCK ELIZABETH BAIRD HELEN JOHNSON PATRONESSES MRS. MARION L. BURTON MRS. ALFRED LEE MRS. JOHN SUNDWALL MRS. ALLAN WHITNEY SORORES IN URBE FANDIRS CROCKER MRS. S. VV. DONALDSON MRS. HERBERT MALLORY MRS. K. C. McMuRRAY MRS. A. B. PECK MRS. U. B. PHILLIPS SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Senior SAYDE HARWICK GENEVIEVE HOYT MIRIAM REID DORIS ROBINSON DOROTHY VANDEURSEX VIRGINIA V HITSON Juniors MARION BLOOD HONORA FALCONER MARION NORTON Sopkomorts ELIZABETH LAPHAM ALICE ANDERHORST Freshmen THORA HOYT ELLEN YAX-ZAXDT CHRISTINE ADDISON HELEN PARTLOW LUCILLE MEYERS JUNE KXISLEY ELSA SCHREIBER FRANCES GORSLINE CATHERINE MELLEX MRS. SAMUEL MOORE ALICE HARRISON- MRS. E. E. NELSON- MARGARET MAC!XTYRE FRANCES SUTTON STATIRA JANE BUTMAN HELEN KEYSER ROSABEL LEE ELIZABETH FINLEY ' AN-ZAXDT FINLEY JOHNSON T. HOYT BAIRD LAPHAM SCHREIBER RANCK BUTMAN ACKLEY KNISLEY LEE GORSLINE MELLEN FALCOXER MEYERS PARTLOW BLOOD MAC!XTYRE VANDEURSEN NORTON ADDISON McBRATXiE GALLOWAY V HITSON SUTTOX G. HoYT REID HUMPHREYS HARWICK AxALSTYNE McKlXNEY BROWNING Four Hundred Ninety-one JrT.lpKa t)psilon lota. ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1890 MAUD ABBOTT MRS. HUGH CABOT MRS. EDWARD BRAGG HONORARY MEMBERS EMMA CALL BERTHA VAN HOOSEN FLORENCE SABIN STEWART PATRONESSES MRS. REUBEN PETERSON MRS. R. B. CANFIELD SORORES IN URBE MRS. DAVID M. COWIE SORORES IN UNTVERSITATE HELEN SLAUGHTER Seniors RUTH P. STONE THELMA FREEMAN ETHEL T. CALHOUN ELIZABETH STARKWEATHER KATHERINE BERGEGRUN DORIS KENDRICK Juniors GERALDINE M. HAMILTON LOUISE O. KAPPES RUTH C. SNYDER AMY EDMONDS ELINOR TRANDEM Sophomores ORRA HENDERSON WILMA WEEKS Pledges BENITA BLOCK ESTHER BRENNEMAN DOROTHEA McCLURE MARTHA VAUGHN ELIZA MOSHER MRS. ALBERT BARRETT DR. JEANNE C. SOLIS IRENE MARTIN MARY MC!NTYRE TRYPHOSA WORCHESTER GOLDIE CORNELINSON TRANDEM MARTIN HAMILTON SNYDER HENDERSON SLAUGHTER KAPPES FREEMAN EDMONDS CALHOUN WORCHESTER STONE MC!NTYRE WEEKS STARKWEATHER Four Hundred A intty-two THETA CHAPTER Established in 1892 PATRONESSES M s. Justus BEAL KEXSETHA BERRY ABIE AUCE SMITH MAT JULIA RENWICK AMOUR LUCILLE RUFFE GRANT MARION WOOD HlLDEGARDE HEUSEL DEBORAH JONES FRANCIS FLORER SUSAN FITCH MARGARET BEAL DOROTHY MACFARLEJJ KATHERIXE KREIS MRS. FREDERIC WALDROX MRS. CHRISTOPHER PARXALL MRS. A. H. LLOTD MRS. REUBEN PETERSOX SORORES IN LRBE HELEN BROWN- JOSEPHINE RoCKMAN ADA ARNOLD GRACE QUARRY MINNIE BOETAX BEAL MAJLY PALMER ESTHER BURT CLARKE GRACE FLOCC RAIKES RUTH BROW N ABIGAIL SHAY RATCLIFF LILLIAN DAVIS CADWELL HELEN SHAW FRANCIS ZIMMERMAX SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors ANXE HINSHAW MADELINE Sxow GRETCHEN WALSER CHARLOTTE SCHURZ Junior s SARAH GRACE RANDALL MRS. R. M. WESLEY FRANCIS GILL MARION WILLIAMS JUNE MINN CRESS NLABEL COOK LILLEY JEANETTE SMITH FLORER JEAN MILLER JUDITH JEXXISOK SLARGARET WARTHIX W ix ox A CUDDY FLORENCE GILLIS HAZEL ALDEX Sophomores MARGARET CHAMBERLIN BETHAXY PEET FreskmfH CHARLOTTE JACOBS MARGARET RICE FRANCIS ADAMS HELEN BRACE SARAH WALSER DOROTHY CHAMBERLJX BRACE HOWELL ALI LOVELL PEET BEAL MACFARLEX RANDALL FITCH SCHURZ HINSHAW JOXES JEXNISON G. WALSER WARTHIX SNOW CUDDY ADAMS D. CHAMBERLAIN RICE KREIS S. WALSER JACOBS M. CHAMBERLAIN Four Hundred Xinety-tkree MRS. S. L. BIGELOW MRS. S. W. LADD MRS. H. C. ADAMS MRS. B. F. CARNEY MRS. J. J. WALSER MRS. A. G. RUTHVEN Miss CORDELIA HIGGINS NORMA BALZ JOSEPHINE BALZ MARGARET DEMMON LOUISE BARLEY MARION DUTTON ELIZABETH STYER ELIZABETH BLACKWOOD PATRONESSES MRS. C. H. COOLEY Miss ALICE CROCKER MRS. J. F. LAWRENCE MRS. H. L. WILGUS MRS. ALICE WOODBRIDGE MRS. F. H. YOST SORORES IN URBE MRS. NELLIE BENDER MRS. ORLIN W. BOSTON MRS. OTIS GREEN MRS. A. M. HIGHLEY MRS. THEOPHIL KLINGMAN MRS. PAUL MOORE MRS. G. R. SWAIN Miss ADA OLSEN MRS. F. B. VEDDER Miss CONSTANCE WINCHELL SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE ETA CHAPTER Established in 1879 MRS. JAMES INGLIS MRS. S. C. WHEAT MRS. A. G. CANFIELD MRS. CARRIE KETCHUM MRS. S. C. RUNNELS MRS. VAN LOBENSOLS Seniors MARY ELLEN READ Juniors GAY WILGUS MARY HAYS ELEANOR WORTHINGTON Sophomores JEANE BRIGGS FLORENCE JOHNSTON GLADYS TROWBRIDGE KATHRYN BLACKBURN EVELYN WIDMAN Freshmen FODELMA HOFSTETTER VIRGINIA KERSEY DOROTHY BEAN CLARICE CASADY AUGUSTA STEWART WINIFRED HOBBS IDA MAUDE BUELL MARGARET HAYS MARTHA SCHNEIDER RUTH WERKHEISER SHIRLEY LAWTON MARIAN KINGSTON EDITH BISHOP ELSA OHLMACHER CLAIRE SHINNICK ELIZABETH TOMPKINS MARGARET HAYS OLMACHER BISHOP BRIGGS WILGUS JOHNSTON N. BALZ BLACKBURN MARY HAYS READ LAWTON BEAN STYER SHINNICK SCHNEIDER J. BALZ STEWART WERKHEISER HOBBS TROWBRIDGE DEMMON CASADY HOFSTETTER BARLEY WORTHINGTON KINGSTON DUTTON KERSEY BLACKWOOD WIDMAN THOMPKINS Four Hundred Ninety-four AXO THETA CHAPTER Established in 1898 MRS. X. S. HOFF MRS. C. X. CHURCH MRS. G. HEIDEMAN MRS. C. F. KYER MRS. H. V. XICHOLS KATHLEEN BOVD LOUISE GRAHAM Avox RJCHE ADELE UXGER DORIS ARNOLD MARION XICHOLS DOROTHY KNAPP JEAXETTE BECKWITH HELEN RAMSEY iilpK PATROXESSES MRS. G. B. RHEAD MRS. C. C. GLOVER MRS. C. O. DAVIS SORORES IX URBE MRS. R. ANDERSON MRS. I. B. CLARK MRS. C. K. HILLS MRS. R. B. HOWELL MRS. LEONARD MILLER MRS. H. B. MILLS MRS. H. B. TROSPER MRS. S. M. YUTZY LYDIA CONDON SORORES IN UXIVERSITATE Seniors FLORENCE BUTCHER GLADYS CATHERWOOD MINNA GILFORD ELIZABETH HAUXHURD BERNICE ROWE JUNE RUELLE HELEN WALDROX ESTHER WEXTY GWEN HITEHOUSE Juniors LYLA CHISHOLM RUTH CHRISTENSON FLORENCE RAXKIX SHIRLEY SALISBURY MURIEL STURTZ Sophomores ESTHER MAULBETSCH Freshmen KATHARINE GRIFFITHS AMY XORTON ELIZABETH SHELSAN CYXTHIA SMITH CLARICE WIXAX DOROTHY WHITEHOUSE MRS. U. J. WILE CATHERINE COBURN MAUDE KLEYX MYRA MOON MRS. WALTER STAEBLER HAZEL EC K HARD ROSE LEHMAN CATHERINE SPAFFORD MARJORY WESTBROOK HORTENCE MILLER MARIAN SCHMIDT ISABEL XICHOLS LOUISE PLETKE MARGERY UNCER I. XICHOLS SALISBURY CHISHOLM KXAPP RAXKIX M. XICHOLS MILLER CHRISTEXSOX MAULBETSCH SHELSAX ECKHARD GRAHAM A. UNGER SPAFARD GUILFORD STURTZ WALDRON ARNOLD SCHMIDT HAWXHURD ROWE WESTBROOK G. WHITEHOUSE BUTCHER RUELLE LEHMAN RICH CATHERWOOD WELTT METZGER PLETKE RAMSEY BECKWITH SMITH McCAxx D. WHITEHOUSE M. UNGER WIXANS LOCKWOOD XORTOK Four Hundred Xinety-fice MU PHI EPSILON GAMMA CHAPTER Established in 1903 HONORARY MEMBERS CARRIE JACOBS BOND MABEL GARRISON CECILE CHAMINADE ALMA GLUCK ROSA PoNSELLE MAUDE FAY MME. SCHUMANN-HEINK MYRXA SHARLOVV LUCY GATES XINA MORGANA MRS. GILL MRS. KEMPF PATRONESSES MRS. PERRY MRS. SEELEY REBAH BROWN EDITH KOON DOROTHY PATON SORORES MAYME AUDETTE GRACE KONALD DORIS STARKWEATHER IN URBE WINIFRED DICKINSON NORMA MASON MARION RYCHENER MRS. WILFRED WILSON LELA JEFFERY NEVA NELSON MARY ULVILO MARGUERITE BRAGG JEANETTE EMMONS ESTHER HOBART HELEN RIMER EVELYN CONLIN MARGUERITE SHATTUCK SORORES IN MILDRED BRODERSEN ERMINE HACKBARTH GERALDINE McHENRY IRENE SCHULTZ UNIVERSITATE HELEN BLAHNIK HOPE HALLODAY GLADYS MORTON RUTH SCHEIDLER PLEDGES GERTRUDE FREDERICKS MARY MOORE RUTH RIEMEN SCHNEIDER KATHARINE WRIGHT MERLE GEE DOROTHY COZAD ONNALEE TAYLOR ALICE MURPHY LAURA WHELAN MARY PEARL KATHARINE WOODWARD EMMONS HALLODAY SCHNEIDER BRODERSON BLAHNIK WHELAN FREDERICKS TAYLOR HACKBARTH BRAGG COZAD MORTON HOBART SCHEIDLER SCHULTZ RIMER WOODWARD WRIGHT CONLIN MOORE GEE PEARL SHATTUCK Four Hundred Ninety-six ETA CHAPTER Established in 1905 MRS. H. V. EMERSON- MRS. C. K. KAUFFMAN MRS. F. E. BARTELL MRS. . .1. HUSSEY MRS. E. MITCHELL DR. MARTHA GUERNSEY HELEN DAVENPORT MILDRED HARRINGTON GERTRUDE NEUMANN MADELINE ARNOLD RHEA SCHLAACK JANE DEWEY ELEANOR PLAIN- MARGARET GEDDES PATRONESSES MRS. E. K. HERDMAN MRS. V. HUMPHREYS MRS. T. E. RANKIN MRS. F. V. STEVENS SORORES IN URBE MRS. J. F AIRMAN MRS. E. C. GODDARD MRS. H. LIVERMORE Miss JULIA LOCKWOOD Miss DOROTHY PETTIT MRS. J. SCHLOTTERBECK MRS. C. UPTHEGROVE SORORES IN FACULTATE DR. HERTA HARTWIG SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors PAULINE DUFF PORTIA GOULDER MARION KOCH FANDIRA LUDINGTON ELIZABETH ORNDUFF MATTIE PROUDFOOT MIRIAM SCHLOTTERBECK Juniors ELIZABETH CAIN LOUISE COATES MARGARET TRAINER MIRIAM WICKSALL FRIEDA WISHROPP Sophomores EDNA KADOW MARGUERITE MCL.EOD MARGARET SHAFER ADELAIDE SHERER Freshmen GRACE McDoNALD GERTRUDE MOHLER LORENE SIMPSON DOROTHY VOUNT MRS. L. C. KARPENSKI MRS. C. L. WASHBURNE Miss ESTHER HOLLANDS MRS. F. N. MENEFEE MlSS LoNA TlNKHAM FAITH PALMERLEE J. CLIVEOUS HANCOCK FLORENCE MOHR HELEN ROBERTS DOROTHY ROCKWELL MARY WILEY MIRIAM MANSFIELD ANNE SIMS RUTH RANKIN PLAIN MOHLER SIMS McDoNALD SHERER KADOW GEDDES McLEOD SCHLAACK SHAFER WILEY TRAINER ARNOLD MANSFIELD RANKIN ISHROPP COATES NEUMANN HARRINGTON ROBERTS PROUDFOOT CAIN WICKSALL ROCKWELL HANCOCK RIGBY DAVENPORT KOCH ORNDUFF MOHR GOULDER DUFF Four Hundred A inety-seren ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1912 IKeta ' Phi Alpha MRS. MORRIS BLACK MRS. T. MACK.AVANAUGH LAURA DAVIS VIRGINIA BRODEL FRANCES O ' HARA WINIFRED FOOKES AGNES LYONS KATHLEEN KELLEHER MARIAN HAWKINS MONICA O ' BRIEN PATRONESSES MRS. MARIE K. CORCORAN DR. DEANE MRS. W. A. MCLAUGHLIN MRS. W. N. ST. PETER SORORES IN URBE MRS. J. J. QUARRY EILEEN DONAHUE SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE MARY HOWE HELEN RENO MARGARET KEIL MADELINE McGuRK ZITA RAUNER Seniors DOROTHY KOEPEL LUCILLE TROY Juniors KATHERINE KONWINSKI EDNA MORENCY MADELYN VINOPAL Sophomores GERTRUDE MACAULEY RUTH MOUNTAIN Freshmen MARY LILA ZANG KATHERINE MORIARTY EDYTHE RHINEVAULT JEAN SVENSGARD MRS. ANNA DOYLE Miss JULIA WILCOX ALICE WOESSNER BEULAH MORENCY FRANCES O ' REILLY DOROTHY MORROW JOSEPHINE STERNS HELEN MORROW O ' REILLY LYONS MOUNTAIN McGuRK VINOPAL KONWINSKI KELLEHER MACAULEY HOWE BRODEL MORENCY RENO KOEPEL O ' HARA D. MORROW MORIARTY KED ZANG H. MORROW HAWKINS RAUNER RHINEVAULT FOOKES SVENSGARD STEARNS Four Hundred Ninety-tight IOTA CHAPTER Established in 1894. Re-Established in 1915 MRS. HORATIO ABBOTT MRS. JOHN R. BROW Miss ESTELLE HOOPER MRS. MAX MARSHALL Miss MERLE FREBILCOCK FRANCES AMES RUTH GILHAMS HELEN MILLER ELIZABETH CARSOX YELMA NULL ELSA SCHULER MARION BARLOW RUTH CARSON PATRONESSES MRS. HORACE KING MRS. EDWIN H. KRAVS MRS. THOMAS H. REED MRS. CLIFFORD WOODY SORORES IN LRBE MRS. ARTHUR H. COVERT MRS. CHARLES S. MILLEN MRS. WALTER HALL Miss HAZEL HOFFMAN MRS. WM. A. PRAYER MRS. A. F. MONTGOMERY Miss KATHRYN MONTGOMERY Miss MARY Ross SORORES IN UNIYERSITATE IRENE BAISLEY ELIZABETH HUTCHINS MARGARET SIMMONS FRIEDA DIEKHOFF MIRIAM STATZER THELMA WEIGAND Seniors CONSTANCE BALDWIN- CHARLOTTE HINRICKS WINIFRED WILMOT Juniors LAURELLA HOLLIS ELIZABETH HL-MPHEY PATTI HILLER Sophomores CHARLOTTE ECKERT VERNA FREBILCOCK ANN SCALES Freshmen ALMA MILLER HAZEL RICH HELEN STAIR MRS. CARL BROWN MRS. CHARLES C. FRIES MRS. LEIGH J. YOUNG Miss EDNA GROFF Miss MARION STOWE FLORENCE BOOMHOWER MARGARET KRAUS MARGARET STAIR AMY MARTIN- MARION KERR THELMA RAYMOND ELIZABETH MCDOWELL ECKERT SCALES RAYMOND FREBILCOCK KERR E.CARSON SCHULER DIEKOFF HUMPHEY MARTIN BARLOW M.STAIR HOLLIS WILMOT GILHAMS SIMMONS HINRICKS BOOMHOWER HUTCHINS AMES H. MILLER BAISLEY KRAUS A. MILLER HILLER H. STAIR R. CARSON STATZER McDowELL RICH WEIGAND NULL Four Hundred Ninety-nine pna Xi Delta ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER Established in 1920 PATRONESSES MRS. MARY E. BUFFINGTON MRS. JOHN J. Cox MRS. H. H. SEELEY MRS. HUGH E. KEELER MRS. N. H. WILLIAMS MRS. CHALMERS J. LYONS MRS. A. R. CRITTENDEN JOSEPHINE BARTON CATHERINE HALSEY KATHRYN COLE LAURA HYDE HELEN BERNARD FERN MAE BRITTAIN SORORES IN URBE MRS. A. FRANKLIN SHULL MRS. ROY W. COWDEN Miss P. SISTIG MRS. DONALD ERPELDING SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors ELIZABETH BOYD MARTHA MACLEAN FRANCES PEABODY FANNY RANSOM MARIE ZIMMERMAN Juniors DAMA GODFREY HARRIET GOODALL FRANCES GRAHAM EDITH ORR HELEN WIGHTMAN CATHERINE CAVE JUNE NOTLEY Sophomores HELEN CROWE GERTRUDE TURNER Freshmen CHRISTINE BETZNER PAULINE IZOR Miss MARGUERITE BARRELL EVELYN COUGHLIN DOROTHY YATES PAULINE HALL EDITH THOMAS HELEN SHERMAN- RUTH TALLMAN HALL HYDE TURNER TALLMAN BETZNER SHERMAN ORR WIGHTMAN RANSOM ZIMMERMAN PEABODY COUGHLIN BARTON MACLEAN HALSEY VATES BOYD CONKLIN NOTLEY CAVE IZOR GODFREY BRITTAIN THOMAS CROWE BERNARD GRAHAM Five Hundred ALPHA GAMMA Established in 1920 MRS. C. E. GRIFFEN MARY BOYD ELIZABETH FORSVTHE ALEXANDRIA McRoBB MARGARET BLACK VIRGINIA RICE DOROTHY MERKEL BARBARA ALLEN- PAULINE MALONE PATRONESSES MRS. D. H. DAVIS MRS. BURKE SHARTEL MRS. R. A. SAWYER MRS. F. H. STEVENS SORORES IX URBE MRS. E. M. DICKENSON ALICE JOHNSON SORORES IX UXIVERSITATE Seniors ALICE DOWNING ELEANOR DRYSDALE MARY HOBSON LAURA MEADER SYLVIA RALSTON DE LEYLA SCOTT MARIAN WOODMANSEE JOSEPHINE FORD ETHEL SPILSBURY Juniors ANITA JOHNSON MARION TAYLOR Sophomores MARY MONTGOMERY MRS. LUTHER JAMES GENEVIEVE BOOTH PHYLLIS TURNBULL Freshmen XETTIE DOWNING ELIZABETH ZEUNTER FRANCIS EL Y CATHERINE MULLEN ELISE THIELMAN RACHEL RENO MAXINE ROACH LILLIAN HARDING DRYSDALE SCOTT FORD JOHNSON MAEDER TAYLOR RENO BLACK WOODMANSEE THIELMAN McRoBB BOYD A. DOWNING MULLEN FORSYTHE RALSTON ELY BOOTH SPILSBURY ROACH MERKLE ZEUTNER MONTGOMERY MALONE X. DOWNING HARDING Fine Hundred One SIGMA ZETA CHAPTER Established in 1912 Re-established in 1921 MRS. E. R. SUNDERLAND MONICA ALLEN RUTH KING BARBARA BAKER ELEANOR MILLER MILDRED SAFFORD MARGARET BECK ELIZABETH HALFERT FRANCES ROOSE CHARLOTTE BLAGDON ELIZABETH LIEBERMANN JOSEPHINE CLARK PATRONESSES MRS. HARRY BACKER MRS. R. W. COWDEN SORORES IN URBE MRS. C. C. MELOCHE MRS. LEON MAKIELSKI ALINE CAKE ELEANOR FULLERTON LILLIAN MUNRO ELLEN STEVENSON SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE BEATRICE CHAMPION ANNE MONCURE ZELLA SENFF Seniors GRACE FRY KATHRYN POTTER ELISABETH WASON Juniors BERANDETTE COTE LORA COTE ELIZABETH JAMESON BLANCH KNYAST ESTHER SANDBERG ELEANOR STEELE MARIAN WILLIS MARIAN BUCK MARGARET SLAVENS DOROTHY OGBORN Sophomores EDNA CHRISTENSEN MARGUERITE SPAULDING V Freshmen DOROTHY WALDO MARIAN DAWLEY ELLA HYMANS ELIZABETH STIMSON LEONE JACOBS HELEN SAFFORD MARJORIE WESTERMAN PAULINE GALLAGHER ALVA MOORE LOUISE TAUBERT OLIVE HYMANS ALICE YOUNG TAUBERT SPAULDING SLAVENS LIEBERMANN BLAGDON JAMESON MOORE STEELE GALLAGHER SANDBERG KYNAST BECK ALLEN WILLIS MONCURE M. SAFFORD JACOBS H. SAFFORD FRY WESTERMAN SENFF BAKER WASON MILLER CHAMPION POTTER B. COTE CHRISTENSEN HYMANS CLARKE ROOSE AGBORN YOUNG WALDO L. COTE BUCK f i Five Hundred Two OMICRON PI CHAPTER Established in 1920 MRS. WILLIAM INGLIS MRS. JOHX FRANCE ANNA GABLER MARY HOWLETT LORREINE O ' BRYAN VELMA LEIGH CARTER HELEN HOWARD IRENE SWAIN- FRANCES BARRETT ELEANOR BAVMGARDNER PATRONESSES MRS. R. V. BI-NTINC SORORES IN URBE MRS. EDWARD GILLETTE MRS. ROBERT THOMAS SORORES IN UNIYERSITATE GLADYS HINMOS LWERN HAYES ABIGAIL ROBERTS Seniors LILLIAN HERMAN DOROTHY JACOBS KATHERINE SWAYZE Juniors CHARLOTTA EWING FLORENCE FIEBIG MARJORIE KERR IRENE Lurz VIRGINIA V T ANZANDT ISABEL WATERWORTH VIRGINIA SMITH Miss HENRIETTA SCRANTON MRS. JACK WHITE BEATRICE HOEK LORN A KETCHAM IARION TANNER MARION HALLETT LORAINE PRICE DOROTHY WYLIE LUCILE BELLAMY- MURIEL RAY " . " . :. MARGARET HANSELMAN RUTH MOREY MARIE LAPHAM Freshmen ARLINE EWING ELVA LANGDON KERR TANNER SMITH HERMAN CARTER Lurz HAYS SWAIN HOWARD BARRETT GABLER HINMON MOREY O ' BRYAN KETCHAM WYLIE C. EWING PRICE WATERWORTH HOWLETT SWAYZE RAY JACOBS ROBERTS FIEBIG AN-ZANDT BAVMGARDNER A. EWING LAPHAM CUMMINGS HAKSELMAN Five Hundred Three Epsilon Plii PI CHAPTER Established in 1921 MRS. I. L. SHARFMAN PATRONESSES MRS. MARITZ LEVI MRS. DAVID A. BROUN RUTH ARIE EMILY LEVEN DOROTHY BECKHARD RENA KAY SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE ELEANOR LEIJZIGER Seniors YOLETTE FlNSTERWALD BERNICE KAHN ANNE MUSHKIN ROSE TOBIAS CAROLINE LEVY Juniors JUDITH HOOTKINS RUTH KAPLAN Sophomores FANNIE ROBERTS JOSEPHINE IMERMAN Freshmen GERTRUDE MARKS BERNICE SEAGEL DOROTHY FRANK MARION LEVI FISK BERN-ICE KAY HELEN STRAUS KAPLAN HOOTKINS KAHN TOBIAS LEVIN ROBERTS R. KAY B. KAY FISK FRANK FlNSTERWALD ARIE LEIPZ1GER BECKHARD IMMERMAN MARKS LEVY MUSHKIN SEAGEL STRAUS Five Hundred Four ALPHA GAMMA DELTA ALPHA BETA CHAPTER Established in 1922 PATRONESSES MRS. ROBERT H. CURTISS MRS. GROVER GRISMORE MRS. ROBERT ARTHUR MRS. WILLIAM R. TORGERSON SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE NORA BETHEL EVELYN AUSTIN JOSEPHINE COMPTON DOROTHY KELLY GERALDINE SACKETT ELIZABETH CHAPMAN MARY CUTTING VIRGINIA TRYON Seniors BEULAH Fox HELEN WELLS Juniors DOROTHY BOLTON ZOA BYERS EVELYN COOK ELIZABETH DUFFIELD HELEN MUTSCHLER ELIZABETH O ' HARA LA BERYL SMART EDITH STONEBURNER RUTH McCoMB EDITH DOMBEY Sophomores ISABEL MUTSCHLER Freshmen MARJORIE HELM DORIS MCKENZIE FLORA CALLENDER MARGARET HILLER ELZA PRIEN ELEANOR TURNER ELAINE SCHERER COMPTON DOMBEY I. MUTSCHLER BOLTON CHADMAN KELLY DUFFIELD PRIEN AUSTIN COOK FAIRCHILD Fox WELLS MCKENZIE TRYON BETHEL CUTTING H. MUTSCHLER SACKETT McCoMB SMART HELM O ' HARA MASON BYERS SCHERER CALLENDER Fae Hundred Five MRS. GEORGE O. BOWEN PATRONESSES MRS. JAMES H. CISSELL MRS. CARL V. RUFUS SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE GRACE BESNER MABLE KADOW LYDIA BAIRD FLORENCE LARNED ELSIE BUTTS MARGARET TOFT ESTHER BARTH IRENE SCHULER IRENE HAINES MARGERY BRANDO Seniors DOROTHY MUMMERY DORIS KELLER Juniors Lois SCANDLING VIVIAN MCDONALD PHYLLIS DELY Sophomores CAROL READER Freshmen PAULINE SUMMY MILDRED CAMPBELL DOROTHEA McCLURE DAISY HARDER LuCILE RUTTAN BRANDO KELLER BAIRD SUMMY LARNED KADOW SCHULER TOFT MUMMERY BUTTS BARTH McCLURE SCANDLING CAMPBELL HAYES HARDER MCDONALD RUTTAX BESMER Five Hundred Six ALPHA ETA CHAPTER Established in 1923 GLEE FOSLER LOVE BARXETT CHARLOTTE TUCKER LOWENE BARXETT HELEN FIRESTONE PATRONESSES MRS. J. H. HANFORD MRS. J. R. NELSON SORORES IN LNIYERSITATE Seniors THELMA HENDERSON LYDA RIDEOVT Juniors ALFRIEDA BARTH AILENE DAVIS M. ELIZABETH WRIGHT LOUISE MATTERN JEWEL REISER Sophomores MARGARET FENKELL THYRA SHEFFIELD ELENORA HAHN Freshmen LUCILE CORNELL HELEN E SOOY MARGARET Koox CATHERINE JONES LEA SHERMAX EUDORA BEGOLE JOXES KOON SHEFFIELD HEXDERSOX CORNELL FENKELL WRIGHT DAVIS HEISER MATTERN SOOY BARNETT RIDEOUT FOSLER TUCKER BEGOLL FIRESTONE BARNETT SHERMAN F ire Hundred Seven , ETA CHAPTER Established in 1921 PATRONESSES MRS. M. S. COBE CELIA BURKE EITA KROM MABEL AUGUST SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors BEATRICE COOPER LEONA HORVITZ LILLIAN ROSENBAUM HINDA RUWITCH SARAH LEVIN Juniors EDITH LEVY Sophomores LEONORE KLEIN MARIAN MOVER LILEON KAHN SHETZER AUGUST RUWITCH KAHN ROSENBAUM LEVY KLEIN - o y X - v - ' CP --a A residence hall for women erected in memory of Martha Wolford Cook First opened for students in October, 1915 (Dart ha Cook Dormitory BOARD OF GOVERNORS MRS. ANNE SHIPMAN STEVENS MRS. HARRY C. BULKLEY Miss GRACE G. MILLARD HOUSE DIRECTORS Miss ZELMA CLARK ........... Director Miss FRANCES C. MACK . . . . Business Manager Miss MARY E. WALTON . . House Director MRS. EMILY WIRES ......... Night Chaperons HOUSE OFFICERS President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary, first semester Secretary, second semester STUDENT RESIDENTS ASHA HALDAR RUTH LECHLITNER VIRGINIA WHITSON JANET PALMER SELMA MUELLER GLEE FOSLER MARIAN PATCH HELEN ALLEN ESTELLE AUSTIN HARRIET BLUM BERNITA BLOCK CLARIBELLE BOWEN THELMA BRISTOL VIRGINIA BRODEL MARION BROWN ELIZABETH GARLAND MARY CASE MARGARET CHRISTIAN GoLDIE CoRNELIUSON HELEN CRANE CATHERINE DAUGHERTY KATHERINE DODSLEY LENA DOLL ADELE DRYER MINNIE EASTMAN FRANCES ELY IONE ELY HONORA FALCONER EUNICE FEE MARY FINN THEKLA FORSYTH GLEE FOSLER MABLE Fox LUELLA GALLIVER DOROTHY GELTZ ELOISE GODDARD DOROTHY GRAVES VIRGINIA WHITTSON JANET PALMER SELMA MUELLER GLEE FOSLER MIRIAN PATCH MARTHA THAYER LILA REYNOLDS Five Hundred Ten HELEN HANLON HELEN HARDING MARY HARRIS HELEN HAWKEN FRANCES HAYES LUVERNE HAYS CATHERINE HELLER THELMA HENDERSON VERA HILL PATTIE HILLER CECILE HITCHCOCK MARY HOBSON GENEVIEVE HODGESON LEONA HORVITZ MARION HOWLAND ELIZABETH HOYT CATHERINE HUNT GRACE HUNTER IRENE HUNTER FRANCES JACKSON DOROTHY JACOBS EDITH JENSEN JULIA KAMMER HELEN KANE ELIZABETH KINGMAN DOROTHY KLOOZ EDITH KLOTZ MARIE KNAPP KATHERINE KUHLMAN MARION HEHR DOROTHY LIPPOLD FANDIRA LUDINGTON GLENDORA McCoMB LETHERA MASON PHYLLIS MELLENCAMP LILA MERGARD YONE MORIYA SELMA MUELLER CATHERINE MULLEN DOROTHY MUMMERY MILDRED NEFF PHYLLIS NORRIS CONSTANCE OHLINGER " OLIERA OLL CELIA OLNEY MILDRED PACKARD JEANETTE PALMER MARION PATCH CHARLOTTE PHELPS LOUISE PORTER GRACE RAY MIRIAM REID LILA REYNOLDS VIRGINIA RICE LYDA RIDEOUT MARION RUSSEL MARY SCOVILL BERNICE SEELEY MARGARET SELLMAN VICTORIA SHAW BERNICE SHUMAR ELIZABETH SLOTE ELIZABETH SMITH IRMA SMITH MARGARET SMITH RUTH SNYDER HELENE SOOY FLORENCE STORMS MIRIAM STOTZER HELEN STOUGHTON GERTRUDE STRATBUCKER MABLE STRONG LUCILLE SWEARINGEN MARTHA THAYER HAZEL VAN ATT A VIRGINIA VAN ZANDT RUTH WALDRON CAROL WALTERS LUCILLE WELTY VIRGINIA WHITSON HARRIET WILSON EMILY WIRES GRACE WOOD HELEN WOOD VICTORIA WORDELMAN NORA WYAT STUDENT BOARD OF GOVERNORS President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary, first semester Secretary, second semester Senior Representative Junior Representative Resid ence A residence for women erected by Truman Handy New-berry, John Stoughton Newberry, and Helen Newberry Joy, in memory of their mother, Helen Handy Newberry. MRS. HENRY P. JOY MRS. ALEX C. ANGELL Miss HELEX C. BISHOP Miss NELL M. ROYER Miss JAXE SKILLEN Miss LVCILLA WALKER CATHERINE STAFFORD DOROTHY GREENWALD BEATA WAGNER GRACE DOUGHTY BOARD OF GOVERNORS Miss CLAIRE SANDERS MRS. HENRY DOUGLAS Miss JEAN HAMILTON HOUSE STAFF HOUSE OFFICERS Director Business Manager Night Ckaperone Asst. Xigkt Ckaperone President rice-President Secretary- Treasurer CATHERINE STAFFORD DOROTHY GREENWALD BEATA WAGNER GRACE DOUGHTY CHARLOTTE ERMANN BERTHA GREEN- MADELINE ARNOLD JANE SKILLEN LORAINE PARENT RUTH JENNINGS DOROTHY BENNETTS MARIAN DEVINE GRACE DOUGHTY GLADYS ALLEN MADELINE ARNOLD Lois BARR MARGERY BRANDO REVA ALLEN- HELEN BROWN M-ARGARET ELLIOT FLORENCE FULLER DOROTHY GIBSON- BARBARA ALLEN GENEVIEVE BOOTH RUTH BROWNE YERA CHANG KATHRYN CLARKE LORETTA COOPER DOROTHEA DUSENBERY KJTA FUKUI PORTIA GOULDER BERTHA GREEN- JULIA HAHN PAMELA BROWN GLADYS DUNN- CHARLOTTE ERMANN ROSALIND FREUND THELMA WEIGAND MARIAN SANDERS MILDRED TROESTER EMILY JENNERS CATHERINE STAFFORD GENEVIEVE SPROAT FRANCES THOMAS JANE SKILLEN CATHERINE SMITH ROSALIE SPAULDING DOROTHY SPENCER GERALDINE TRUSCOTT KATHERINE KREIS MILDRED KUENZEL MARY TYLER LOATHAN GERALDIXE MCHENRY CATHERINE MELLEN HELEN METZGER MARGARET MOCK MARGARET PAGE LORAINE PARENT FRANCES PENOYER LOUISE PLETKE DOROTHY SPENCER DOROTHY TYLER JANE WHITE DOROTHY YOUJJT Fire Hundred EUven STUDENT EXECUTIVE BOARD President Fife-President Secretary- Treasurer Social Chairman Senior Representatire Junior Representative Sophomore Representative Freshman Representative Freshman Representative Seniors MABEL KADOW MATSUE MATSUMOTO ANNABEL PAXTOX HELEN RENO Juniors DOROTHY GREENWALD ELIZABETH HALFERT AILEEX HARLEY DOROTHY JENNERS LUCILLA WALKER Sophomores ELIZABETH GREEN DOROTHY MORRIS H LEN GUSTINE ELLEN NYLAND CHARLOTTE HARRISON FLORENCE PETERSON- EDNA K.ADOW ELLENOR PUTNAM CLARA Lou MARGARET SIDNEY BEATA WAGNER Freshmen EUNICE EICHORN EUNICE FETTERLY KATHERINE CORYALL ETHEL FRALICK LlBBIA GlMPLOVTTZ MARION GOOD PAULINE IZOR RUTH JENNINGS 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 MRS. J. O. SCHLOTTERBECK Miss JEAN HAMILTON Miss FADIRA CROCKER MRS. ELROY JONES Miss JEANETTE PERRY Miss LILAH HAINER Miss GLADYS WELLS HELEN ANDERSON IDA JENKS MARGARET SCHAUPNER Lois WATERMAN HOUSE STAFF HOUSE OFFICERS HOUSE ROLL HELEN ANDERSON FRANCES BAIRD CONSTANCE BALDWIN EVELYN CADY HELEN CURRIE DOROTHY BOGAN KITTY BROADHEAD CHARLOTTE CLAGETT WINIFRED CRAIGIE ESTHER AUSTIN ELIZABETH BURNS MARGARET CHAMBERLAIN WINIFRED CHENEY ELIZABETH BEARD DOROTHY CHAMBERLAIN HELEN CROCKER MARGARET GARRIOTT FRANCES GORSLINE CATHERINE GRIFFITHS FRANCES HINKLEY Five Hundred Twelve Seniors HELEN DIXON LUCILLE MEYERING LOUISE ECKERT CARA MURBACH MARGARET FAIRBANKS DORIS PORTER Ai LANG GIANG ELLEN PORTER NATALIE JORDAN MARYETTE RYAN Juniors RUTH HOWELL IDA JENKS MARGARET JONES RUTH LAITNER HELEN GILLESPIE ELIZABETH HASKINS WlNONA HlBBARD HARRIETT HOLLON BERNICE WILSON Sophomores ROSALIE FRENGER ALPHRA LADD MARTHA GILL ROSABEL LEE NOBU HORI EMILY McF.LWAiN ELAINE HULSCHER FRANCES MURRAY MARY LOUISE WHITACRE HELEN JOHNSON VIRGINIA KERSEY ALICE LANGTHORN GRACE McDoNALD LILLIAN McDoNALD ELIZABETH McMANus ALMA MILLER Freshmen DOROTHY OGBORN MEREL PARKS REGINA REICHMANN FRANCES RUDELL ANNE SEELEY ELEANOR SMITH EDNA SMITH Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Detroit Director Business Manager Night Chaperons President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer KAMEYO SADAKATA Lois WATERMAN Ai MEI GIANG KYUNG-PAU TSONG JEMIMA MILLER MARION MURRAY VELMA NULL MARGARET STUART MARY POSTLETHWAITE MARGARET SCHAUPNER MARJORIE SWEET OLGA VERDELIN JESSIE SPRAGUE JANET VANDENBERG DOROTHY WALDO KATHRYN WILLSON LUCY WILSON CLARICE WINANS ELIZABETH WOODWARD Adeli BOARD OF GOVERNORS MRS. E. C. GODDARD MRS. E. R. SuNDERLAND MRS. C. O. DAVIS MRS. C. L. WASHBURNE Mrs. H. M. ROBINS Miss JEAN HAMILTON Miss BLANCHE HOWELL MlSS NlTA L. BUTLER CAROLINE HEINZ VIRGINIA SULLIVAN RVTH MASON- STAFF HOUSE OFFICERS ROSE BARTON- JOSEPHINE CLARKE MARGARET APPELT OLIVE FAST ESTHER ARNOVFTS SVSAN CHEN HOUSE ROLL CAROLINE HEINZ ALMA HENDERSON- ANN JACOBSON MARIAN HALLETT CAROL HUNICK RUTH LvsoN FLORENCE CHONG ARLINE EWING MARGARET GEDDES MARGARITA LOOBY MARTHA NEWELL MYRTLE RHODES Juniors RUTH HARVEY Sophomores FLORENCE NELSON LORENE OWENS Freshmen BLANCHE JOHNSON DORIS JOHNSON- LOUISE ROBERTS Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Highland Park Ann Arbor Director Assistant Director President Fife-President Secretory- Treasurer VIRGINIA SULLIVAN- BEATRICE TENCH ESTHER WADSWORTH MARGARET SHERMAN- ELIZABETH TOMPKINS LILA ZANG BUTLER HOWELL OWENS FAST APPELT RHODES BARTON NELSON HUNICK CLARKE HENDERSON B. JOHNSON ZANG EWING D. JOHNSON MASON TENCH HEINZ WADSWORTH TOMPKINS GEDDES CHEN CHONG SHERMAN ARNOVITS HARVEY JACOBSON NEWELL Fire Hundred Thirteen [A] IOUSE LUCILLE HAGENER HESTER DAUCHERTY MARIAN GARFIELD ANNABELLE BURDICK President Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer League Representative Seniors ESTHER CAKE Juniors MARY JEROME HESTER DAUGHERTY MARIAN GARFIELD GERALDINE SACKETT LUCILE HAGENER ANNABELLE BURDICK ELEANOR BURDICK FLORENCE FEIBIG Sophomores KATHERINE SANDERS Freshmen HENRIETTA MC!NTYRE FRANCES ADAMS MARION BURROWS LOUISE CARLISLE JEROME GARFIELD ADAMS SANDERS A. BURDICK CARLISLE CAKE HAGENER H. DAUGHERTY FIEBIG MC!NTYRE E. BURDICK BURROWS Five Hundred Fourteen MRS. WILLIAM B. CADV MRS. J. D. WHIXERY MRS. JOSEPH MARKLEY MRS. ANNA KLEINSTUCK MRS. WILLIAM NEWTON MRS. LESLIE C. FRENCH MRS. PERCY MARTIN BOARD OF GOVERNORS VIRGINIA ANTHONY THEUIA HOBSON DOROTHEA BURDEN SOCIAL DIRECTOR Miss GERTRUDE BROCK MYRTLE Mclxrosn ELSIE RVMMEL Seniors MARGUERITE ROSE MARGARET WALKER Detroit Grand Rapids Ann Arbor Kalamazoo Battle Creek Toledo, Ohio Bay City JEANETTE STUDLEY ELEAXOR LOWE Juniors BERXICE TOWXSEND Sophomores FRANCES POST JESSAMINE GRAY CLARA SATTLER Freshmen EDITH COOLEY MARY ROSE GERALDINE TRAVIS FRANCIS KINXEY HOBSON LOWE POST SATTLER TOWN SEND STUDLEY WALKER ROSE COOLEY BURDEN RUMMEL ANTHONY TRAVIS BROCK McIxTOSH GRAY Five Hundred Fifteen WESTMINSTER HALL AGNES NISSEN President IONE CHAMBERS HELEN LOCKE Vice -President Secretary FRANCES MAASS Treasurer LILLIAN EEC KM AN MARGERY DIXON HELEN FISCHER DORIS HENACK HELEN MARTIN EDITH NIELERES MARY BRASHEAR ETHEL DUNN ANN GALE FANNY JOHNSTON DOROTHY MASON ISABEL MACL.AREN LAURA UDDENBERG IONE CHAMBERS MYRTLE DUNSTAN MARIAN GRIFFIN HELEN LOCKE FRANCES MAASS AGNES NISSEN NISSEN UDDENBERG MILNES MACLAREN LOCKE BECKMAN MARTIN MASON GRIFFIN MAASS JOHNSTON GALE DUNN DUNSTAN CHAMBERS DIXON BRASHEAR Five Hundred Sixteen Our Acr vertisers Intlio followingpages will be fennel the announcements of many reliable merchants who have contributed material! to the SUCCGSS of this volume. We bespeak your patronage m return V x _, S V! 1 There is one underlying reason why the Cadillac motor car has long appealed to the college man and woman, both during under-graduate days and the years which follow. It is that the Cadillac car embodies those ideals worth, honesty, perfec- tion and good taste which have made so many college graduates leaders in the affairs of the world CADILLAC MOTOR CAR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN Division of General Motors Corporation STANDA D O F THE W O L D LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS NURSERY PRODUCTS Hi 700,000 Women Know Why : " THE EUREKA HAS WON MORE INTERNATIONAL AWARDS THAN ALL OTHER CLEANERS COMBINED More than 700,000 women, as well as experts from all nations, agree that the Grand Prize Eureka represents the most perfect cleaner. Having won the Grand Prize in America, as well as five of the leading capitols of Europe, the Eureka holds more highest awards than all other cleaners combined and is easily the best known household electric appliance in the world. Sooner or later you will tire of obsolete cleaning methods and purchase a vacuum cleaner. At that time, make no selection until you have seen the new improved Eureka in operation. For until you actually witness a demonstration of the new Eureka, you scarcely can conceive how superlatively easy and satisfactory vacuum cleaning has now been made. Write Us for the Name of Your Nearest Dealer Eureka Vacuum Cleaner Co. 1521 Broadway Detroit, Mich. in _s r- tT If New Home office of the Detroit Life Insurance Company DETROIT, MICHIGAN Further material evidence of the rapid progress and continued conservative ad- vancement of the Detroit Life Insurance Company is seen in the new home office of this Company. This new home office building is situated on the corner of Park Boule- vard and Columbia Street, Detroit. It is a ten story office building, especially designed to suit the home office necessities and requirements for service for the Detroit Life Insurance Company. The design of the building, as is observed from the accompanying cut, is classic. The building is distinctly fireproof, no wood being used in the permanent construction. The frame is of reinforced concrete of selected Bedford limestone facing. The story of the growth and development of the Detroit Life Insurance Company stands out as a tribute to the indomitable energy and appreciation of opportunity on the part of President M. E. O ' Brien and his associates in the management of the Com- pany. (All high grade life insurance policies written at lowest rates consistent with good practice.) IV If he White House had been painted To the world at large the White House has always been a symbol of American thought and ideals; an expression of national character .... What then would have been the effect upon American life and international opinion had the White House been painted black? B if LACK is negative the shroud o ' mystery, deception and intrigue. White reflects purity, cleanliness and spirituality. White enamel puts in the home those rare qualities vital to its wholesomeness and charm. Besides creating an atmosphere of order and refinement, it raises the degree of colors used in combination with it and increases their warmth and beauty. Luxeberry White Enamel is the most strik- ing achievement in the modern history of enamel- making. It is the purest white that has ever been developed and produces a mellow, hand- rubbed effect that endures indefinitely without discoloring, cracking or chipping. ' ERRY BROTHER " Luxeberry Enamel is made in white and six mellow tones. It is the product of the makers of Liquid Granite Floor Varnish and Luxeberry Wood Finish, the original hard-oil varnish. " Varnishes Enamels Stains Detroit. Mich. WalkerviUe. Onr. Michigan Finance Corporation General Discount and Investment Business 120 West Kearsley Street FLINT, MICHIGAN Drink the Famous " SB BEVERAGES We brew in the regular old way a fine dark able bodied Lager Beer, Wurtz- burger style. You will find it as palatable and invigorating as of yore. A zestful and refreshing adjunct to your meals. Our creamy Birch Ale, and tart, snappy, sparkling Champania, are splendidly satisfying soft drinks, that appeal to discriminating taste. Prepared and Bottled by Champion Beverage Company DETROIT, MICHIGAN 1995 WILKINS STREET PHONE MELROSE 6942 VI DO YOU KNOW WHY THB BEAR-SHIFT 15 DIFFERENT? The design of Dodge Brothers gear-shift takes into con- sideration the natural inclinations of the driver. To start, you throw the lever forward. To reverse, you pull the lever backward. And when the car is running in high gear which is about ninety per cent of the time the lever is in a forward position, out of the way, where it does not interfere with passengers, robes, or luggage. Moreover, the transmission, developed and patented by Dodge Brothers, is so designed that the countershaft used in intermediate speeds and in reverse is discon- nected when the car is in high. There are no gears in mesh. Power is transmitted directly from clutch to rear axle. This exclusive feature prevents the loss of power through friction, reduces gear-box noises and eliminates a vast amount of wear. That is why the gear-shift of Dodge Brothers Motor Car is different. The price of the Business Coupe is f980 f.o.b. Detroit VII HYATT Passenger Cars In Which Hyatt Roller Bearings are Used Ace Meteor Anderson Gardner Mitchell QUIET Auburn Gray-Dort National Bay State Halliday Bell Handley-Knight Oakland Buick Four Haynes Olds ROLLER H. C. S. Cadillac Hudson Packard Case Hupp Paige Chalmers Fierce-Arrow Checker Taxi Jewett Premier Chevrolet Jordan Premocar Cole BEARINGS Columbia King Reo Comet Kissel-Kar Revere Courier Kline-Kar Roamer Crow-Elkhart Kurtz Saxon . Dixie Flier La Fayette Sayers 6 Dodge Lexington Seneca Dorris Leon Rubay Standard Dort Lincoln Stanwood 6 Motor transportation depen ds so large- Duesenberg Locomobile Stearns Earl Stutz ly on good bearings that automotive Elcar Marmon manufacturers regard their selection of McLaughlin Ford Mercer Wescott bearings as a matter of great importance. Franklin Merit Winton No further evidence of the reliable quality of Hyatt Roller Bearings is needed than the accompanying list of Hyatt-equipped Commercial Vehicles In Which Hyatt Roller Bearings are Used cars and trucks. Acason General Motors Packard Acme Truck Paige Ahrens Fox Gersix Parker American Motor Gramm Bernstein Patriot Hyatt Roller Bearing Co. Bus G. W. W. Fierce-Arrow Apex Pittsburgher Armleder Hall Atlas Harvey Ralston Newark Detroit Chicago San Francisco Atterbury Hawkeye Reliance Available Jienclrickson R Worcester Milwaukee Huntington Highway Republic Minneapolis Philadelphia Beck Hurlburt Riddle Bell Huron Robinson Cleveland Pittsburgh Buffalo Indianapolis Bessemer Rowe Bethlehem Independent B R Indiana M HR PiMM H Bridgeport International Har- gamson , " - IB t Brinton vester g a ? f L d f ? Rlk Broekway fcchacht JDJ B Buffalo Jumbo Burlington Signal , ' - 3 Capitol Kankakee Southern fl . " iHi ' P ' ' , Chevrolet Kearns Sterling A - 4 Chicago Truck Kelly-Springfield Stewart 1 B _ Columbia Keystone Stoughton BHHlB C omet Kimball Sullivan H j H F Tij| Commerce is ;? el L J Corbitt K - " Thomart i p . .fcugj gm gM Tiffin H jp Day-Elder Lange Titan iWr " " W F f A !? Defiance Lombard Tower ' , .:;..; - jjf J i Denby Loughead Towmotor liLJt Jb-Jtmi Dependable Luverne Traffic r Mt Diamond-T Transport F J .jjf Doane Mack Triangle . V y ' T Dodge Master Triumph - . jgjjjjjjjjjjf ' D-Olt Menominee Twin City x , H W r Driggs-Seabury Moline -J D u P lex Moreland Union Dut y Mutual United , U. S. Eagle Nash p a) , eo l Napoleon Veteran p argo Nelson Le Moon Vim Federal ew England Ferris - T ?. w Orleans Walter Fifth Ave. Coach ?( U J? Ward-LaFrance Ford White Four Wheel Drive Norwalk Wichita Freeman Wilcox Trux Old Reliable Wilson Garford Oneida Winther Gary Oshkosh Wolverine VIII REPUTATION The man who builds and the man who buys are both beneficiaries of a good reputation. To the one it is a continuous spur and an incentive to the other the strongest of all guarantees that what he buys is worthy. We sometimes speak of winning a reputation as though that were the final goal. The truth is contrary to this. Reputation is a reward, to be i ire, but it is really the beginning, not the end of endeavor. It should not be the signal for a let-down, but, rather, a reminder that the standards which won recognition can never again be lowered. From him who gives much much is forever after expected. = Reputation is never completely earned it is always being earned. It is a reward but in a much more profound sense it is a continuing responsibility. i= That which is mediocre may deteriorate and no great harm be done. That which has been accorded a good reputation is forever forbidden to drop below its own best. It must ceaselessly strive for higher standards. If your name means much to your public you are doubly bound to keep faith. You have formed a habit of high as- piration which you cannot abandon and out of that habit created a reputation which you dare not disown without drawing down disaster- = There is an iron tyranny which compels men who de good work to go on doing good work The name of that beneficent tyranny is reputation. There is an inflexible law which binds men who build well, to go on building well The name of that benevo ' lent law is reputation. There is an insurance which infallibly pro- tects those whose reason for buying is that they believe in a thing and in its maker. The name of that kindly insurance is reputa- tion. f Choose without fear that which the generality of men join you in approving. There is no higher incentive in human en- deavor than the reward of reputation and no greater responsibility than the responsibility which reputation compels all of us to as- sume Out of that reward and out of that responsibility come the very best of which the heart and mind and soul of man are capable. President, Packard Motor Car Company IX Standardized and Special Apparatus for All Industrial Purposes Involving the Handling of Air Heating, Ventilating and Cooling Systems Air Washers Exhaust Systems Mechanical Draft Apparatus Steam Engines Complete Engineering Service AMERICAN BLOWER CO., DETROIT BRANCH OFFICES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES CANADIAN SIROCCO CO., LTD., WINDSOR, ONT. merican Blower FOR MEATIUJC . VCMXILA. ' r XN C . DRYXFTC. AIR COMOmONIMC . MECHAJVICAJL. DRAFT 241 The Durant Flint ' s new $1,500,000 Hotel Three-Hundred Rooms with Bath All Rooms with outside exposure Rates from $2.50 Special attention given to Dinner and Dancing Parties Under the Direction of United Hotels of America GEORGE L. CROCKER, MGR. YOU WILL LIKE TO BANK AT The Dime Savings Bank Fort and Griswold Streets Detroit, Michigan x LIFE ' S PURPOSE " 1T7ITH the completion of a course in a great university comes the realization of many hopes, the fulfillment of many ideals, the achievement of life ' s first great under- taking. Looking beyond the present, the future gives promise of many things, but only in proportion to the amount of service which each individual contributes to the greater accomplishments of life true now as of all time. Built upon this same foundation and upon a desire to serve as only a great newspaper can serve through the accurate gathering of news and strict adherence to truth in its portrayal, casting aside all but that which appeals to the best in human nature The Detroit Free Press stands as a fitting monument to the truth of this ideal. Throughout its history it has stood apart as giving itself to all that makes a newspaper of genuine service, both to its readers and to its advertisers. By this policy will it be guided in the future also. Michigan ' s Greatest Newspaper XI STUDENTS Our Photographs Must Please You Portraits oF Quality YOUR OLD PLATES KEPT ON FILE PICTURES MAY BE ORDERED AT ANY TIME Courteous Treatment Prompt Service Studio: 619 East Liberty Phone 604W XII Compliments of Summerfield Hecht Detroit, Michigan Literary and General Scientific Publications Law and Medical Engineering Dental We present the best inducements to Michigan Alumni for the purchase of Library and General Book Supplies that can be secured anywhere in the United States. Our Mail Order Business Extends to every State of the Union and to a I 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. XIII BEARCATS OWNERS of Belle Isle Boats experience a pride of ownership, prompted not only by the beautiful lines, perfect workmanship and the many refinements that are found in our boats but also because of the consistent service and absolute lack of those mechanical annoyances so often found in others. Distributors of boat engines and marine supplies of all kinds. ROW-BOATS OUTBOARD MOTORS CANOES BELLE ISLE BOAT AND ENGINE COMPANY Detroit, Michigan 522 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. Hotel El Merasol Santa Barbara, Calif. A m e r i c a Eating for Efficiency A condensed set of health rules many of which may be easily followed right hi your own home, or while traveling. You will find in this little book a wealth of inf ormation about food elements and their relation to physical welfare; also effective weight-control diets, acid and bland diets, laxative and blood-build- ing diets. " Eating for Efficiency " and " The Sani- tarium Book " will be sent free of charge on request. Both books will be found of interest and value. THE Battle Creek Sanitarium Make This Your Store For over eighty years this organization has served not only Detroiters but thousands of customers in Michigan and every state in the Union. It has grown with the needs of its customers, from a small town bindery to a Business Man ' s Department Store, supplying the needs of corporations, business houses and individuals. All the departments are at your service whether you live in Detroit or not printing, binding, ruling, office furniture, office supplies, professional supplies, forms and stationery. Write us or call regarding your needs. 1 ESTABLISHED " ? %1 la-t-a 7 f4 ICHMOND HACKUS Co Stationers Engravers Printers Binders Office Supplies Office Furniture Woodward at Congress Detroit The Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Co Assets $1 6,793 ,000.00 of Detroit Founded 1867 Surplus $1,200,000.00 Total Insurance Insurance written in Michigan during 1922 Total Insurance written in 1922 .... The Company paid death claims in 1922 amounting to Returned to living policy holders in 1922 Total amount paid to policy holders since organization $100,000,000. $9,911,000.00 $21,039,000.00 . $808,424.00 . $896,571.00 $36,250,693.00 A RECORD OF ACTUAL RESULTS WHICH SPEAKS FOR ITSELF J. J. MOONEY JAMES V. OXTOBY A. F. MOORE . OSCAR F. LOOKER GEO. B. McGiLL R. C. LOOKER W. W. WARREN . President Second Vice-President, and Counsel . Secretary Second Asst. Secretary Supt. of Agencies Supervisor of Detroit General Agent, Detroit J. FARRAND WILLIAMS W. G. HUTCHINSON JOHN C. GRIX G. W. SANDERS L. H. CHAMBERLIN J. E. WALKER . L. E. HOL LAND SON First Vice-President Third V-President and Medical Director Assistant Secretary Actuary Auditor Supervisor for Michigan, Grand Rapids General Agents, Saginaw XVI Whenever You Want Good Printing Engraving Lithographing Stationery Loose Leaf Devices Blank Books or Office Furniture Call On Us! America ' s Largest Office Outfitters 3 Stores in Michigan DETROIT Cadillac Square LANSING Downey House Block FLINT 509 Detroit St. Superior Sand and Gravel Company A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS ' AND PAVERS SUPPLIES 925-931 Dime Bank Bldg. Detroit, Michigan Cad. 1545 Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co. 324 South State Street E and S. University Avenues State and Packard Streets ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN A. E. Gilberg Co. (Incorporated) CANNED FOOD PRODUCTS COFFEES TEAS GROCERS ' SPECIALTIES Pure Fruit Pure Fruit Jams C. R. TILLY, Jelliss Representative 229 NORTH STATE STREET. CHICAGO XVII THEIR LIFE THERE ' S an interesting thing about every piece of printing that we pro- duce whether it ' s a folder, booklet, catalog or just a plain, simple blotter and that ' s the life of it. Once you have distributed the copies broadcast, the im- mediate effect is noticeable and resultful. Wherever a single copy comes in contact with a possible buyer, it makes another friend for you perhaps, a customer. And so, through the years, the good work goes on in your behalf for, who can estimate the life of a printed-salesman that has had the advantages we offer in preparation and production. CADILLAC 4680 JOHN BORNMAN SON DESIGNING PRINTERS ENGRAVING Fort Street West at Second Avenue DETROIT Long Products Radiators and Clutches Long Manufacturing Company East Grand Blvd. and Cameron Ave. Detroit, Michigan Athletic Goods Everything in sporting goods from galloping dominoes to the discus. Here you ' ll find track shoes, track and gym suits, golf, tennis, football and base- ball supplies in profusion. Full line of baseball uniforms, bats, balls, gloves, mitts, masks everything used in baseball except pop bottles and peanuts you ' ll find in a wide variety that makes buying at RAYL ' S a pleasure. Look for your sporting goods at RAYL ' S and you won ' t have to look farther. T. B. Rayl Company 8 Floors of Hardware Q Grand River East at Woodward Detroit BILLIARDS PIPES CIGARS Huston Bros. ' We try to treat you right. ' CANDIES SOFT DRINKS LIGHT LUNCHES XVIII Quality Unequalled Satisfaction Guaranteed (o put our IBtst in berp portrait is our tamest bcsirc 334 South State Street Phone 303W XIX What Individual Transportation Means to Civilization F. O. B. Flint, Mich. Civilization is the result of interchange of individual thought and the product of thought. This interchange depends entirely on trans- portation. For transportation of products or people in the mass, major transportation units such as ships and railroad trains are most eco- nomical, yet limited to fixed ocean lanes or tracks on land. America is the most productive of countries because in addition to superior ocean and railway facilities, it also enjoys the greatest development of individual or small unit transportation as furnished by the auto- mobile. The automobile has passed the railroad in passenger transportation, and will soon sur- pass it in transportation of merchandise. It is not limited to mass movements or fixed routes, but operates economically even for a single person or for few products, over highways and byways. It links city and country, pioneer settlements with railroad trunk lines, and unites all America in one cooperative community. Prices F. O. B. Flint, Michigan SUPERIOR Two Pass. Roadster SUPERIOR Five Pass. Touring SUPERIOR Two Pass. Utility Coupe 680 SUPERIOR Four Pass. Sedanette SUPERIOR Five Pass Sedan $510 525 850 860 SUPERIOR Light Delivery Car . In supplying the public with modern fully equipped automobiles that deliver the utmost per dollar in economical transportation and aver- age the lowest cost per mile, we feel that we are an important factor in still further extending the benefits of civilization and progress to every home in America. Chevrolet Motor Company Division of General Motors Corporation Detroit, Michigan xx Dealers and Service Stations Everywhere. Applications will be considered from high grade dealers in ter- ritory not adequately covered. The Better the Product the Better the Service There may be exceptions to this, but your own reflections will tell you they are few. Think of the makers of the best -known cars, trucks, engines, springs, electrical apparatus and so on. Although their products are least in need of repairs, they are the very ones who do most to assure car owners of reliable repairs, and of original parts for replacement. Timken-Detroit is proud of being ranked with those manufacturers who say: " No matter how good the product it will need some attention as it grows old in service. We shall do all we can to prolong its length of service and in- crease the user ' s satisfaction. " That is why Timken Axles have back of them a nation- wide parts-distributing service to make it easier for a dealer or garage man to supply the original part or piece, when his customer needs it. Of a hundred car owners in thirteen states representing forty makes of cars, over 81% said they preferred original parts on a repair job rather than other parts at lower prices. Of the dealers handling cars equipped with Timken- Detroit Axles or taking such cars in exchange, a constantty increasing number have expressed their satisfaction with this service. It will pay you to get acquainted with the Timken Parts Station nearest you. You ' ll find a spirit of helpful co- operation and prompt attention to your needs. THE TIMKEN-DETROIT AXLE COMPANY, DETROIT, MICH. Sole Representatives in the British Isles: AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS CO., 3 Berners Street, London, W. 1 There is no per- fect motor car, but there are many good cars, built of good parts and backed by good service. XXI At Michigan It ' s GRAHAM ' S Books INDIVIDUALITY There is inherent in the finished product of the Rentschler Studio that subtle, yet unmistakable quality which the world has termed " individuality " that dom- inating characteristic which stamps at once as the prod- uct of modern photographic craftsmanship every por- trait bearing the imprint of Photographer in Portraiture PHONE 961 -M 319 East HURON XXIII Shifflet, Cumber Company, Inc. INVESTMENT SECURITIES Penobscot Building DETROIT Greenslade Oil Co Established 1856 Gasoline Oils Greases DETROIT, MICHIGAN Municipal Bonds Exempt From Federal Income Taxes Descriptive List upon request Keane, Higbie Company 431 GRISWOLD STREET DETROIT New York Grand Rapids Chicago XXIV r " f INDUSTRY V. ERCE ' ALLEGORICAL GROUP OVER MAIN BUILDING Industry and Commerce, inspired by lofty ideals and backed by personal thrift, have made Ameri- ca great. Her financial resources, accumulated and con- served by her banks, have made possible the achievements of these twin beneficent powers. A conservative and far-seeing bank is a progres- sive influence in any community. It has been the privilege of The Peoples State Bank to be an active factor in the growth of De- troit and Michigan to contribute heartily and effectively to the permanent progress and splen- did achievements of our city and state. THE PEOPLES STATE BANK RESOURCES OVER ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS XXV This Book is a product of the Year Book De- partment of the Rogers Printing Company Dixon, and Chicago, Illinois XXVI ' - m rr jJi The goal of every ambitious man and firm is typified in the rapid growth of the John Oilier Engraving Company the universal esteem in which their art and plates are held by the large national advertisers and the enviable reputation for prompt deliveries which they enjoy. The mission of all advertising illustrations is to produce sales and the growth of this firm has been measured by the success its customers have had in obtaining new busi- ness thru using " J O picture salesmen. " Thirty thousand square feet of floor space (4 floors) and over two hundred and fifty skilled employees are required to meet the constant demand for " JficO " commercial photographs, art, color process plates and photo engraving (one complete floor is de- voted to color process work). Intelligent supervision of all work by many skillful office service men eliminates your troubles. Sales service men sent everywhere. JHHN and OLIJER ENGRAVING CO 552 fe c 7TOr Street CHICAGO TFIEPHOSE MAIN 3820 ill - %ym -rt J. jftf XXVII WHEN YOU THINK OF MICHIGAN YOU THINK OF Lyndon and 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. Better Art Work Moderately Priced Buyers of high grade commercial illustrations have long looked forward to the day when " better art work, moderately priced " would be an actu- ality, rather than a " consummation devoutly to be wished for Now that such a time has finally arrived. it is well to note the reasons for its belated coming. Chiefly re- sponsible have been the slow evo- lution of that particular phase of art known as commercial art and the delay in organizing it upon a strictly business basis. Commercial art is designed primarily for industrial purposes. In quality. technique, and excellence it diners in no degree whatsoever from noncom- mercial art. It does, or rather should. differ materially in the price at which it is procurable. An artist, outside of the realm of com- mercial art. may legitimately sell his work at a price roughly determined by three factors his own estimate of its artistic value, his customer ' s esti- mate; and the reputation which he as an artist, enjoys. A commercial art studio, on the other hand, should sell its work at a price based on one factor only the exact cost of that work as determined by an accurate cost keeping and time record- ing system, plus one overhead, plus one reasonable profit. Because this clearly denned difference has not been fully recognized, and because the standards of valuation characteristic of non-commercial art have been carried into the commercial art field, business men have found difficulty in buying good art work at a price that makes possible its use for business purposes. Pioneers in the establishment of art prices upon a production cost basis, the Meinzinger Studios take pride in the fact that the experience, ability, and high reputation of every member of die Meinzinger organization and the well-rounded completeness of the Meinzinger personnel which includes experts in every phase of cuHHuuual art. including layout, typography, mechanical and illustrative work, are all being devoted to the accomplish- ment of one definite ideal " Better Art Work Moderately Priced. " Meinzinger Studios. Inc. 228 Eliot Street. Detroit. Mich. Phone Qendale 8211 The Psychology of Pictured Suggestion The master writer creates the im- pression for which he strives not so much by what he says as by what he suggests. He stimulates and directs as it were the imagination of his readers and utilizes this most potent influence to accomplish his particular purpose. In no less measure does the skillful artist convey his message through the subtlety of suggestion. The cunning of his artistry lies not in the accuracy of well-drawn details but in the presence of that vague, intangible something which conjures up for the beholder a flood of memories. Whatever his subject the true artist endows it with a character that appeals to the imagination as much as it attracts through the mechani- cal excellence of its execution. Meinzin STUDIO XXIX The Mark of Permanence and Elegance in Automotive Painting W7?en having your car painted specify Ditzler Colors DITZLER COLOR COMPANY MANUFACTURERS EXCLUSIVELY OF AUTOMOTIVE PAINTING MATERIALS DETROIT, TJ. S. A. XXX S 1LL T TUB YCLLOV LIXO MTU HIT E CLASS S EAST ID HLtf d t 4S A CHISA HSU No. 120 Cabinet Showing Special Features A ' NEW DESIGN With Special Features One-Piece Glass Medicine Closets A radical departure in dental cabinet construction. Medicine Closets are made of white glass in one piece; no corners or crevices for dirt to lodge. Entirely sanitary and shows it. Steel Drawer Bodies with solid oak or mahogany fronts; eliminate swell- ing and binding and are noiseless. All Corners Round It was designed by an artist, and the design is carried out even to rounding the drawer fronts and marble base. A desirable cabinet in every respect. THE AMERICAN CABINET CO. Two Rivers, Wisconsin " Lahore et Scientia ' This motto, " Labore et Scientia " (through labor and science) is the guiding star of the House of Stearns. The search for drugs throughout the world, the operation of a private lab- oratory for research work, the origi- nating and developing of new prepa- rations, the establishment of a fellow- ship in the College of Pharmacy, Uni- versity of Michigan all are typical of the policy of this institution to strive for the advancement of phar- maceutical knowledge. Frederick Stearns Company Manufacturing Pharmacists Detroit, Michigan Established 1855 Send Your Laundry To Federal We do our level best to win and hold the confidence and good-will of our customers by giving them dependable laundry service at moderate prices. We invite you to give our work a trial. You ' ll like it. All Kinds of Good Laundry Service Federal Laundry Third and Elizabeth Streets CADILLAC 240 Park Chemical Company DETROIT, MICHIGAN Evening Wear Demands faultlessly laundered linen. A smart turn-out for the more formal function rests largely on the accessories of dress. The sombre black of the dress coat is merely the frame, and serves to accentuate the dress shirt, the white pique vest, the wing collar, the white tie. Such accessories require the exacting care and skillful laundering methods that we employ they are a specialty with us. Have us call for yours. They ' ll be re- turned as finely finished as when new. Weller Laundry Co. Detroit Cadillac 5169 The Source of Distinctive Paper in Detroit For scientific heat treating and hardening of steel. Use scientifically manufactured materials. The Union Paper Twine Co. We are metallurgical engineers. An Object Lesson Sanitary cleanliness in the buildings and equipment of a University is an object lesson which leaves its impression on every student. The problem of maintaining these necessary conditions in the University Buildings, Clubhouses and Fraternity Homes is most easily, quickly and eco- nomicallv solved bv the use of the WYAXDOTTE CLEANING SPECIALTIES Wyandotte Sanitary Cleaner and Cleanser is invaluable for washing glass, china and silverware, purifying and deodorizing refrigerators and sinks. It will also thoroughly clean and deodorize urinals and all stale places. Wyandotte Detergent is a most efficient, economical and harmless abrasive powder which can safely be used on oil painted walls, ceilings, and woodwork making it to look like new, thus many times saving the expense of repainting. It is also equally as effective for use on marble, tile, mosaic and terrazzo floors, enameled fixtures and all surfaces which water will not harm. The convenience, efficiency, and economy of these cleaners is a matter of proof or the trial costs nothing. Order from your supply house. The J. B. Ford Co. Sole Mnfrs. Wyandotte, Michigan XXXIII A NEW SUPER-SIX SEDAN $2095 Freight and Tax Extra For Those Who Want the Finest 7-Passenger Closed Car Particular attention is called to the price of the Hudson Sedan $2095 for two reasons. We offer the Sedan as the very finest closed car that can be built. It is the product of one of America ' s oldest builders of costly bodies. The workmen have never been hurried. Pains- taking care is expressed in every detail. Quan- tity production, as understood in motor car building, is not possible with such traditions and organization. But the costly though worth-while way of manufacture under such conditions has been greatly minimized by the fact that the entire effort of this builder is exclusively devoted to the Hudson Sedan. Thus we obtain the richness and finest of the most exclusive custom built bodies and at the cost of quantity output. No car at its price that has a body of approach- able attractions in richness and luxury is so well regarded for performance and reliability. For you know the Hudson Super-Six, by official mark, is one of the world ' s truly great motor cars. And with the new improved Super-Six motor it is a smoother, more enduring car than the 140,000 earlier models which during the past seven years gave it such wide fame. And where you find a car of comparable appeal in body and in automobile performance you will also find the cost is from $1,00 to $1,500 greater than for the Hudson Super-Six, seven- passenger Sedan. Speedster - $1425 7-Pass. Phaeton - $1475 Coach - Freight From Detroit and Tax Extra $1525 Sedan - $2095 The Famous Super-Six XXXIV 7 -Passenger Suburban Sedan Why Peerless Excels Peerless is animated by one over-mastering principle which guides and controls all of its manufacturing processes. That principle is to earn its market by way of the deep and abiding satisfaction of the individual owner not merely manufactur- ing motor cars to sell, but manufacturing and selling them so scrupulously well that every sale will become a permanent rela- tion. The thought of the entire organization as it relates to the production of every single Peerless car, is centered and concentrated on this imperative necessity of earning and holding the friendship of its ultimate owner. If every prospective purchaser could visit the Peerless plants and study this system of unrelaxing vigilance applied to every last and least process of production his decision could never for a moment be in doubt. The things in which Peerless excels are the fruit of this sincere conviction that each Peerless must be built as though the future of the business depended upon the demon- stration of that one car ' s superiority. All of the wonderful resources of this great plant which we cordially invite you to in- spect when you come to Cleveland all of its advantages for minute precision and ac- curacy, are dedicated to that end. That is why Peerless excels, and that is why Peerless is being so widely and so swiftly recognized as a truly great eight- cylinder car. The Peerless Motor Car Company, Cleveland, Ohio The New PEERLESS 1051 WOODWARD AVENUE SUITS COATS GOWNS DRESSES MILLINERY HOSIERY UNDERWEAR GLOVES CORSETS SKIRTS SWEATERS BLOUSES SHOES FURS Individuality Inimitable Creations arriving daily. Cap- tivating in their unique charm, so far in ad- vance of ordinary modes as to baffle success- ful imitation. Vivid, versatile, vibrant with newness, they await you in our salons. Confidence Begets Confidence Every building is a monument to Confidence. Its architect believes in his plans and specifications as to the adequate strength of its foundations, its walls, and the pressure they will sustain. Its owners or tenants occupy the completed building secure in the assurance that it has been erected from plans drawn and checked up by practical experience. The usefulness of a bank, perhaps more than any other business, is measured in terms of Confidence. Founded on approved banking principles, conducted by right methods, we have established here an institution worthy of your Confidence. We know that you will here find facilities to meet your requirements. We invite your business. Farmers and Mechanics Bank 101-105 So. Main Street - - 330 So. State Street Ann Arbor, Michigan MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 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 Michigan Milling Beverage Co., Inc 3630 Mileteny Ave. Manufacturers of HIGH GRADE FLOUR AND BEVERAGES DETROIT, MICHIGAN Office Phone Walnut 252 XXXVII BENJAMIN DANSARD COMPANY Investments 330 Penobscot Bldg. Detroit, Michigan Phone Main 6844-5-6 GOVERNMENT MUNICIPAL RAILROAD CORPORATION Listed and Unlisted Stock Members Detroit Stock Exchange Services of College Graduates Desired XXXVIII BONDS XXXIX " One Thing Thou Lackest " By B. F. HUDSON President, Standard Mortgage Investment Company The young man in the Bible story turned away, sad. He thought that he had everything needful for an honored and honorable life, yet the words of that condemning sentence were still ringing in his ears " One thing thou lackest " . And down thru the rolling years of time, young men and older men, too, have lacked one thing in a material way the courage to save money. Yes, it takes courage. You have a dollar bill in your pocket. Isn ' t it easy to spend it? You can ' t walk a block without having a dozen desirable things thrust before your eyes to entice that dollar away from you. It takes courage and nerve and determination, to forego all these things, and march straight to your bank and deposit that dollar behind the forbidding wicker. " One thing thou lackest " . Anybody can earn money but only a few can keep it. That ' s one thing schools and colleges don ' t teach. It ' s one thing you ' ve got to learn, to be success- ful. And the way to learn is to begin now and save something each month. Nine-tenths of the fret and worry of life is occasioned by the want of money. And the only way out of the difficulty is to save systematically and regularly. Let Standard Mortgage Investment Company Certificates teach you thrift. They will double your money every ten years. The Standard Mortgage In- vestment Company has an attractive booklet that may have a decided influence upon your income, if you will read it. It ' s yours for the asking; send for it today. Standard Mortgage Investment Co. Detroit, Michigan 156 Penobscot Building SATISFACTION Harvard chairs and cabinets are the kind that endure. Satisfaction is the result of being built right, designed right with high- est quality of materials and thorough- ness in manufacture. Again they are sold at right prices by dealers who are right. Ask fcr illustrations and prices. The Harvard Co., Canton, Ohio ENGINEERS agree that the Morse Silent Chain cam and ac- cessory drive has been an invaluable contribution toward the development of the automobile motor toward making it the depend- able, unobtrusive power plant the present-day car merits. Morse Chain Co. Ithaca, New York Detroit, Michigan FRANK SEDER of Detroit Complete Ready-to-Wear store for Men and Women with an enviable reputation for its Wonderful Values When in Detroit shop where your money will buy the most Service For Physicians and Surgeons Nurses Hospitals and all people needing sick room supplies The G. A. Ingram Co. 202 Bagley Avenue Detroit Michigan An Unusual Opportunity for College Men " We want 500 men to sell weather strips in all parts of the United States this summer. No matter where you live this may be an op- portunity for you. Many of our salesmen are now making from $50 to $100 a week. It is possible for you to do the same. We believe an industrious, active college man can build up a surplus of $1000 in three months this summer, or you may make a permanent connection if you wish. Others have done it, so we suggest that you write us for our proposition. Address all correspondence to Sales Manager, Dept. " T I. " Chamberlin Metal Weather Strip Co. Detroit, Mich. When in Detroit Make the Kern Store, Woodward at Gratiot, your shopping headquarters. We are very conveniently located in the heart of the business section. Visit our Men ' s Clothing Department on the Sixth Floor, where we carry at all times a complete showing of high grade men ' s suits and overcoats. We specialize in the Adler-Collegian clothes for young men, and at prices that will interest you. The Ernst Kern Company Detroit, Michigan The Perfect Service Shop INVESTIGATE GREEN TEST CABINETS Attractive, Dull Black, Neat and Compact POSITIVE CONTROL Equipped with new improved Green con- trol, each line individually lighted or all shown at once CORRECTLY ILLUMINATED Sufficient Strength NON GLARE Even Illumination Many Styles to choose from Full Information upon request Wolverine Optical Co. GRAND RAPIDS DETROIT BATTLE CREEK XLIII Palmer-Bee Automobile Tire Mold Conveyor m ,, SIMULTANEOUS REDUCTION of manual labor with vastly in- creased production is an apparent paradox that must be accomplished by the modern TECHNICAL ENGINEER and factory executive. PALMER-BEE INDUSTRIAL CONVEYORS have achieved this INCREDIBLE RESULT throughout the automotive, its allied and other industries. Our new general catalog soon to be issued will be the most COMPRE- HENSIVE TEXT BOOK ever published, covering Labor and Energy Saving Machinery, including Conveyors, Elevators, Power Transmission Machinery, Cranes, Air Hoists, Speed Reducers, etc. Palmer-Bee Company DETROIT MICHIGAN Engineers and Manufacturers of Conveyors for Every Purpose XLIV Controlled Heat Means Performance and the Marvel Carbureter Company ' s exclusive principle of con- trolling exhaust heat to the carbureter by means of the throttle not only gives a quick warm-up but effects the combination of perform- ance and economy. At low speeds, where heat is essential to per- formance, practically the entire volume of exhaust is deflected from the main exhaust line around the carbureter through the carbureter heater jacket, but at high speed, where too much heat means loss of power, no exhaust heat is turned through the carbureter heater jacket. The position of the throttle governs the amount of heat supplied and the temperature suitable to each speed is thus obtained. The value of this principle is amply attested to by the fact that the Marvel is standard equipment on Buick, Oakland, and Xash cars, and that a million and a half Marvels are now in use. THE MARVEL CARBURETER COMPANY Flint, Michigan JVllO WlCQ 6 - is the recognition of the fact that fire will bum ' s contemplating the blister GEORGE J. GXAV GEORGE V. CARTER HENRY L. XEWXAX Locis J. LEPPER T HE Detroit Insurance Agency, through - - its corps of skilled representatives, has done a great deal of constructive work for many of the large manufacturing and indus- trial enterprises in this vicinity and solicits the opportunity to save you the possible contemplation of an unnecessary " blister " DETROIT INSURANCE AGENCY ELEVENTH FLOOR, DIME BANK BUILDING TELEPHONE MAIN 3200 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 ' )00,000.00 XL VI I Compliments of Mercier, Bryan, Larkms Brick Company Lonyo Road and M. C. R. R., Detroit. Mich. Money A special Department maintained to assist es- tablished corporations or companies in securing additional capital for ex- pansion or refunding purposes. Kay Company, Inc. Investment Bankers 1118-20 Penobscot Building Detroit, Michigan 1254-1256-1258 Griswold Detroit America ' s Greatest Credit Jewelers Meet Friedberg Wear Diamonds 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- SERYICE PROMPT BY REASON OF LOCATION. QUALITY GUARANTEED. Sheet Brass Sheet Copper Brass Rod Brazed Brass Tube Brass Wire Extruded Metal Shapes XLIX You Owe Much to This Fine Car Motorists generally owe much to the Hupmobile. For the Hupmobile has demonstrated that it is possible to incorporate in a comparatively low priced car all the es- sentials which give a fine car its depend- ability, and its brilliant performance. The Hupmobile is, in literal truth a fine car at a low price. It gives you practically all the sound features of service you would value in a car double its price, combined with a cost of maintenance, and a cost of operation almost unbelievably low. Hupp Motor Car Corporation Detroit, Michigan Hupmobile United States Radiator Corporation extend their best wishes to the Graduates of the University of Michigan In the course of your business or profes- sional career you will always find the manufacturers of Capitol Boilers and Triton Radiators ready and equipped to assist you in your heating specifications. Capitol Boilers and Triton Radiators are selected for heating Schools, Apartments, Industrial Buildings, Residences, Theatres, Office Buildings and Hotels because they are adaptable to the demands of the large or small installation. Capitol and Triton stand for durability, quality, efficiency and attractiveness in the feld of steam or hot water heating. UNITED STATES RADIATOR (CORPORATION GENERAL OFFICES: DETROIT, MICH. Branches in Principal Cities A Great Car ' s Great Success The fact that the Rickenbacker Six has proven itself a success and has been given such a warm reception by the public is ample evidence of this car ' s popularity. How could the outcome be otherwise? For here you have style, endurance, economy, comfort and mechanical fineness all rolled into one! Touring Phaeton $1485 Coupe $1885 Sedan $1985 f. o. b. Detroit Rickenbacker Motor Company Detroit Michigan LI I 02 o J I - a " x I = t. Q i, ' Jl LIII Dependable Fire Pots and Torches For Gasoline, Kerosene or Alcohol The Clayton Lambert Mfg. Co. line of Torches and Fire Pots is recognized by mechanics everywhere as the Standard of Quality and Efficiency. They produce the maximum degree of heat with the minimum expense for fuel and save time in doing the work. Each tool is burned as a heat test, all parts carefully inspected and sold under the maker ' s guarantee. A complete line adapted to the various uses of mechanics is shown in Catalog T. B. which will be mailed on request. IMPROVED DOUBLE NEEDLE BURNERS Burn the modern low grade fuels perfectly, either gasoline or kerosene, and are the latest up-to-date construction. They produce 300 degrees more heat. Upper Needle A has wire tip E for cleaning Orifice. Lower Needle B regulates the supply of gas to the Burner. Improved Generator G and Long Vein Tube H insure perfect combustion and maximum heat. Safety Stop C prevents Upper Needle being unscrewed too far. Jet Block D is removable. All parts are interchangeable and can be removed for cleaning. Double Needle Burners save time and fuel which adds to your profits. Patented Brace K makes Burner and Handle rigid. Our Double Blunt Point Needles cannot injure the orifice. They practically do away with all burner troubles, and add many years to their useful- ness. No. 208 Torch Sectional View For Sale by All Leading Jobbers. Double Needle Burner No. 1 Fire Pot Double Needle Burner CLAYTON LAMBERT MANUFACTURING COMPANY , DETROIT, MICHIGAN, U. S. A. Manufacturer of Heat Appliances and Automotive Sheet Metal Stampings. Automobile Tourist Tents Camp Supplies Woodbridge St. East DetrOlt, MlCn. LIV WIRRO ALUMINUM Reflects Good Housekeeping Spouts, handle-ears and sockets, hinges, etc., are welded on with pure aluminum. Rivetless, permanent, no-burn knobs. Inset lids of Convex Sauce Pans and Ket- tles prevent boiling over. Stamped metal -ame uniform thickness throughout no weak spots. Hygienic covers. Easy pouring. Replaceable handles. Xo-burn raised bottoms. Xo sharp corners to catchdirt. Double lips for convenience in pouring. Handl-rest ears. Full capacities as listed. Famous MIRRO finish. Beautiful colonial design. These and a host of other unusual advantages are yours in the MIRRO line. They help make your work efficient, and efficiency reflects good housekeeping. Main near Wash. JNO. C. FISCHER CO. Up to the Minute Hardware Wash, near Main J. C. Widman Company Manufacturers of Automobile Bodies Detroit, Michigan LV LENDING beauty that appeals, imparting comfort that refreshes, the body is a determining factor in those abiding satisfactions afforded by the modern motor car. As builders of this unit, the C. R. Wilson Body Company offers auto- mobile manufacturers an organization adequately equipped for prompt service, and animated by the highest ideals of coachcraft. Passenger Bodies Open and Closed Models C. R. Wilson Body Company DETROIT BAY CITY .WILSON L C.R.WILSON BODY CO. k Detroit Standart Brothers Hardware Corp. Detroit, Michigan Jobbers of Reading Hardware Co. Builders Hardware Cutlery, Sporting Goods and Factory Supplies Fidelity and Surety Bonds of every description Fidelity Contract Public Official Court Depository Bankers Blanket Internal Revenue License andjPermit Miscellaneous Absolute Safety and Protection, with Prompt and efficient service. Detroit Fidelity and Surety Company HOME OFFICE, DETROIT, MICHIGAN LVII 121 E. Washington St W. E. Wood Co. Building Construction 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 A e are Exclusive Sales Agents for many Top Notch Lines THE CHAS. A. STRELINGER CO. 149 E. Larned St. ' Everything For The Shop Detroit, Mich. Telephone Edgewood 0683 National Soap Company (incorporated 1905] Manufacturers of SOAPS AND -SPECIALTIES 1910 to 1918 Franklin Street Detroit, Michigan WM. HOCHREIN PLUMBING HEATING STEAM AND HOT WATER REPAIRING Phone 525 211 S. Fourth Ave. Ann Arbor, Michigan LIX jWtttjtgan g teel Casting Co. Manufacturers of HIGH GRADE SMALL STEEL CASTINGS Members of ELECTRIC STEEL FOUNDERS ' RESEARCH GROUP. Company Manufacturers of PAVING, ROOFING, WATER- PROOFING, DAMPROOFING ALSO BUILDING PAPERS INSULATING PRODUCTS Tarvia is a coal-tar preparation for use in building new roads and repairing old ones. It reinforces the road sur- face and makes it not only mudless and dust- less but waterproof, frost-proof and auto- mobile-proof. There is a grade for every purpose new con- struction, repairs and maintenance. For permanent flat- roofed buildings, Bar- rett Specification Roofs, built of suc- cessive layers of felt securely sealed with coal-tar roofing pitch and surfaced with a wearing surface of gravel or slag. They are bonded by a Surety Company for 20 or 10 years. The popular Barrett Everlastic Roofings are made in six styles for all types of steep- roofed buildings. Zug Island Road, Branches in All P. O. Box 491, Detroit, Michigan Leading Cities COMPLIMENTS of The Detroit Screw Works Manufacturers SCREW MACHINE PRODUCT Forty-six Years Detroit, Michigan CORRESPONDENCE ENGRAVING STATIONERY EMBOSSING O. D. MORRILL 17 Nickels Arcade Ann Arbor, Michigan TYPEWRITERS MIMEOGRAPHING LX R. Spens Bishop CLASS OF 1873 PRESIDENT OF GEXESEE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK FLINT, MICHIGAN " Gar " Wood Says Time-saving Machinery is essential in all lines of Industry WOOD Detroit Hydraulic Hoists and Steel Dump Bodies for Motor Trucks Wood Hydraulic Hoist Body Co. Detroit, Michigan LXI CHAS. B. WARREN 900 Union Trust Bldg. Detroit, Michigan LXII PA RONS ' PAGE BATTLE CREEK SANITARIUM . . Battle Creek, Michigan DETROIT BASEBALL Co. Cor. Michigan and Trumball Ave., Detroit DUNHAM-FOLKS Co. . 1803 First National Bank Bldg., Detroit, Michigan EDSON MOORE Co. . J. S. HAGGERTY . E. P. HAMMOND HIGHLAND PARK STATE BANK ALBERT KAHN KERWIN CANDY SHOP A. C. MARSHALL . PARKE DAVIS Co. C. A. ROXBOROUGH FREDERICK B. STEVENS . FRED SANDERS UNITED STATES RUBBER Co. OSCAR WEBBER . 1702 West Fort St., Detroit, Michigan 1815 Dime Bank Bldg., Detroit, Michigan 1015 Hammond Bldg., Detroit, Michigan Highland Park, Michigan Detroit, Michigan 1525 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Michigan Detroit, Michigan Detroit, Michigan 536 Gratiot Ave., Detroit, Michigan . Detroit, Michigan Detroit, Michigan . Detroit, Michigan . J. L. Hudson Co., Detroit, Michigan LXIII Index to 1923 Advertisers American Blower Co X American Cabinet Co XXXI Ann Arbor Savings Bank XL VII Barrett Co., The LX Battle Creek Sanitarium XV Belle Isle Boat Engine Co XIV Berry Brothers V Bishop, R. Spencer LXI Bornman Son, John XVIII Briggs Mfg. Co XXXIX Cadillac Motor Car Co II Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co XVII Chamberlin Metal Weather Strip Co ' XLIII Champion Beverage Co VI Chevrolet Motor Car Co XX Clayton Lambert Mfg. Co LIV Christman Co., H. G XL VI Dansard Co., Benjamin XXXVIII Detroit Baseball Co XLIII Detroit Brick Mfg. Co XL VIII Detroit Fidelity Surety Co LVII Detroit Free Press XI Detroit Insurance Agency XL VI I Detroit Life Insurance Co IV Detroit Screw Works LX Dey Studio XIX Dime Savings Bank X Ditzler Color Co XXX Dodge Brothers VII Dunham-Folks Co LXIII Durant Hotel X Edson Moore Co LXIII Eureka Vacuum Cleaner Co. . . . Ill Farmers Mechanics Bank XXXVI Federal Laundry Co XXXII Ford Co., J. B XXXIII Fischer Hardware Co., Jno. C LV Frank Seder XLII Friedberg, M. Jeweler XLIX Gilberg Co., A. E .XVII Goss, J. C LIV Grahams Book Store XXII Greening Nursery Co Insert Greenslade Oil Co XXIV Gregory, Mayer Thorn XVII Hammond, E. P LXIII Haggerty, John S LXIII Harvard Co., The XLI Highland Park State Bank LXIII Hochrein, William LIX Hudson Motor Car Co XXXIV Hupp Motor Car Co L Huston Brothers XVIII . Hyatt Roller Bearing Co VIII Ingram, G. A XLIII Jahn Oilier Engraving Co XXVII Kahn, Albert LXIII Kay Co XLIX Keane-Higbie Co XXIV Kern Co., Ernst XLIII Kerwin Candy Shop LXIII Long Mfg. Co. . . XVIII Lyndon Co . XXVIII Marshall, A. C LXIII Marvel Carbureter Co XLV Meinzinger Studio XXIX Michigan Copper Brass Co XLIX Michigan Finance Corp VI Michigan Milling Beverage Co. . XXXVII Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Co. . . XVI Michigan Steel Casting Co LX Morrill, 0. D LX Morse Chain Co XLI National Soap Co LIX Nicholson Transit Co XXVIII Packard Motor Car Co IX Palmer-Bee Co LXIV Park Chemical Co XXXII Parke, Davis Co LXIII Parisian Co XXXVI Peoples State Bank XXV Peerless Motor Car Co XXXV Randall Studio LVIII RaylCo.,T. B XVIII Rentschler Studio XXIII Rickenbacker Motor Co LII Richmond Bachus Co XVI Rogers Printing Co XXVI Roxborough, Chas. A LXIII Sanders, Fred LXIII Schroeder Paint Glass Co XXXVII Shifflet, Cumber Co XXIV Smith, Hinchman Grylls LIII Spedding Studio XII Standard Mortgage Investment Co. . . XL Standart Brothers Hwde. Co LVI Stevens, Frederick B LXIII Stearns Co., Frederick .XXXI Strelinger Co., Chas. A LIX Summerfield Hecht XIII Superior Sand Gravel Co XVII Timken-Detroit Axle Co XXI Union Paper Twine Co XXXII United States Radiator Corp LI United States Rubber Co LXIII Wahrs Book Store, George XIII Warren, Chas. B LXII Webber, Oscar LXIII Weller Laundry Co XXXII Widman Co., J. C LV Wilson Body Co., C. R LVI Wolverine Optical Co XLIII Wood Co., W. E LIX Wood Hydraulic Hoist Body Co. . . LXI LXIV A Aakley, Harriet 491 Abbot, E. J. . ...342 Altland.G. K 297 Alton, D. R 92-444 INDEX Babcock. W. W. . ..121- 122-330-138 Babicky, B G 424 Barren, N. T 348-421 Barrus, R 176 Bennett, E. E. . 397 Bennett, F. H. . ..26-385 Bennetts, Dorothy 22-155- 278-279-280-281-470-51 1 Benson G T 26-344 Aluhuler, S. 8 450 Alumnae House 515 Alway, Ellen Maud ...351 Alway, G. G 431 Amari, Yoshimasa . . 366 Amcnt, R. D 437 Am. Inst. Elect. Eng. . . 342 Amerson, D. W 392 Amery, C. B 390 Barry F W 433 Abbot, Dr. W. M. 330-373 Abbot, Mrs. W. . . . 487 Bach, E. F 321- Barss. Helen K 489 340-351-446 Bacher, Mrs. H 482-502 Bacher, R. F 388 Barss. J. E 428 Bartell, F. E 319- Abbott, C. E 409 Abbott, G. A. . .92-360-387 Abbott, Mrs. H 499 Abbott, L. C 438 Benson, J 348 383-466-497 Bartell, Mrs. L. 8 472 Bartell, L. 8 475 Bartelme 326 Benson, W E 385 Bachman, G. E 93- 297-483-559 Bachman, M. E 24 Bachmann, R. W 24- 374-449 Bachmann, W. E 93- 319-323 Backstrom, F. H. .316-359 Backus, R. H. 24-378 Benthals.T. G 3O9 Benton, D. F 93-446 Benyas R J 413 Abbott, Maud 492 Abbott, V. C 438 Earth. Alfrieda 507 Beresford, J. A. . . .288 381 Bergegrum, Katherine .492 Bergh, H. 141-437 Abenlroth, W. C 92- 323-415 Abrahoms, M 413 Ames, Frances Margaret 22-23-457-464-469-499 Ames, L. E. . 304-408 Earth, Esther 506 Barth, J. K. ... 406 Bartlett, H. E 25 Bartlett, H. H. . 319 Berman A A 26-450 Abramson, J. 1 121- 122-364 Abramson, M 23 Amos, N. H 436 Anderson, C. F. 411 Berman, M. 8. . 26- 278-279-289-J 1 2-4 5O Berman, R 45O Bartlett, M. C 398 Bartlett, W 297-434 Anderson, G. R 141- 142-437 Anderson, Helen 151- 152-321-170-512 Anderson, H. A 142- 346-429 Anderson, H. C 382 Anderson, J 340-390 Anderson, K. S. . . . 92- 295-359-399 Anderson, L. C 319 Abramson, Reba P. . . .23 Abrash, W. J 403 Bacon, E 437 Bacon. E. K 319-446 Bartley, E. D 342 Barton, G. E 432 Bernard, Helen 500 Bernard, J. H 379 Acker, Adeline . . 352 Ackerman, E. C. 92-407 Ackley, R. W 92-285 Ada : r, R. P 92-332 Adamozyk, J. M 350 Adams, A. S 92 Adams, Dorothy Max . .23 Adams, Mrs. E 487 Adams, F 493-514 Adams, G. S 23-448 Adams, Mrs. H. C. ...494 Adams, H. F 378 Bacon, F 407 Bacon, J 171- 477-500 Barton, Rose 154- 155-136-387-466-477-543 Basbara, N. G 132-133 Batehelor, C. L. 448 Bernbaum, S. . .26-354-413 Berne-Allen, Gladys ..352 Bernstein, A. J. . . .285-403 Berry, C. M. . . .91-93-328 Berry, C S 318 278-314-316-333-389-134 Bacon, J. E. . 297-4O2 Bader, A 402 Badger, W. L 319-446 Badgley, M. F. ...379-427 Baemen, Margaret . . . .472 Baer, A. J 122-414 Bates, Helen . 489 Berry, C V 93-382 Bates, Mrs. H. M 489 Bates, H. M. .326-374-427 Bates, L. F 330-434 Bates, L. M 295 Berry, Mrs C 490 Anderson, L. W 434 Anderson, Mrs. R 495 Anderson, R. A. . 91-393 Anderson, R. B. . .344-423 Anderson, T. L. 444 Berst, A. J. 94-368 Berstein, A 284 Besancon, J. H 26-134 Besner. Grace L. . . .27-506 Baer, D. C 385 Baetcke, B 404 Batdorff, L D 344 Bailey. C. C 122-439 Bailey, E 443 Bauer E W 122-431 Adams, J. C 92-359 Adams. R 22-23-204- 326-339-340-378-441 Adams, T. W. 330-374-433 Adams, Mrs. T. W. . 491 Addison, C 456-191 Anderson, W. . . 386 Bauer, L E 297 Beta Theta Pi 379 Anderson, W. L 385 Andette, Mayme 496 Andrews, C. T 23-291 Andrews, C. W 446 Bailey, Helen 245-456 Bauer, S. F. . 383 Bethel, Nora L 27 Bailey, R. J 434 Bauer, T. E. . . 483 Betron, C. 343 Bailey, W. J 93 Bauer, T. I. . . 122-315-438 Baumgardner, Eleanor 503 Baxter, M L 93 Betsy Barbour 512 Bain, G 407 Bettens, Effie C 27- 406-124 Betts, F G 385 Andrews, S. E 431 Andrews, Thelma 278- 279-280-281 Andrus, F. B 306 Baird, Elizabeth 491 Baird, Frances J. ..24-512 Baird, Lydia .467-477-506 Baisley, Irene 151- Ade ' .ia Cheever 513 Baxter, S. M. . .278-279 Bayne, A. P. . 177-337-351 Bayonne Club 364 Adelphi 309 Adie, G. C 394-428 Adie, K. B 493 Administrative 335 Betzner, C. . 500 Beuhler, H R 444 Angass, C 392 152-321-475-499 Baker, Barbara 24-463-502 Baker, Burdette O. ...423 Baker, E. M 319-146 Baker, Gertrude 488 Beach L H 349 Beukema, J. P. ... 180-137 Beuner, R W 433 Angel], A. C 197 Angell, Mrs. A. C 511 Angell, Esther K 489 Beal, E. E. 379 Aigler, Mrs. R 488 Aigler, R. W. .395-404-427 Ailes, E. H. ..278-279-390 Ainsworth, Katherine. .490 Akashi, Tsurumatsu 366 Akers, H. H. . . . 387 Beal, J. E 393 Beurmann, B. 449 Beal, Mrs. J 493 Beutel, F. R 394 Angell, R. C 375 Beal, Margaret 464- 465-493 Beal Minnie B 493 Beuthien A 94-407 Angus, W 92 Baker, Glee 478 Beutler, Emily H. . . . 156 Bevier F W 437 Ankli, H 384 Baker, H. W. 389 Annis, W. E 142 Baker, J. H. 24 Beam A C 155- Beyers R 278 Alda, Mme. Frances ..482 Alden, Hazel . . . 493 Anspach, C 318-349 Baker, Lois M 24 Baker M C 405 156-297-309-349 Bean, G. D. ...25-476-197 Bean, G. C 142 BiddJe, Marie . . . . 456 Bidwell, 8. B 391-435 Bielawski, E. 176 Ansum, C 176-429 Alderton, G. A. . . .368-406 Aldrich, E. G 23-319 Aldrich, E. J 349 Anthony, Virginia . .23-515 Appel, R 396 Baker, P. J 93 Baker, R. C. . . 24- Bean, G. W 310 Biel6eld S 279-354 Appelt, Margaret 513 Appleby, Elizabeth 155-156 Applehof, G 309-340 Apted, D. B 384 357-410-447 Baker, R. E 395 Bald, F. W. ... 25-431 Beard Elizabeth 512 Bietham, Winifred 487 Bigelow, A. L 421 Bigelow, Mrs. H. C. ..494 Bigelow, S. L. 319-428-446 Bigelow T M 374-427 Aldrich, M. C 402 Aldrich, N 384 Alexander, R. W 92 Beattie, G. R 408 Beattie, H. W. .25-397-447 Beattie OR 93 Baldwin, Constance . . .22- 25-464-499-512 Baldwin, F. H. . . .356-390 Baldwin, L. G. . . 381-433 Bales, W H 89- Alexander, R. G. . . . 141- 142-437 Alexander, W. J 395 Alexander, R. L 309 Alford, L 23 Archibald, R 350 Arie, Ruth Virginia 23-504 Armantrout, E. D. 278-279 Armijo. J 302-395 Beattie, W. G. 436 Beatty, H. W 25 Beatty, R. A 422 Bigge, A. E 27-310 Bigge G E 310-316 Beauchamp, V. R. .26-131 Bebean, Lucille E 26 Beck G R 26-436 Billings, J. A 287-376 Billington, I.eona 478 Armour, Julia Renwick 493 Armstead, E 418 Armstrong, E. R 400 Armstrong, Phila 488 Armstrong, S. H. 278- 279-108 Arndt, H. E 176-429 133-317-442 Balkema, A. 440 Algeo, H 380 Allaben, R. F 23-310 Ball, H H 93 Beck, Margaret . . .477-502 Beck, R. A 389 Becker, C. R. . 448 278-279-284-285-295-404 Billmeyer, H. D 423 Bingham, R 368-406 Allan, A. E. . . . 389 Ballinger, N. H 93 Balz, Josephine 494 Allan, Helen Alexandra 156 All Campus 353 Balz, Norma L 25-494 Becker F C 399 Allen, Barbara 465-501-511 Allen, Gladys 511 Bamberger, F. P 405 Bancroft, Florence 472 Bancroft, W. D 319 Becker, H. J 156-349 Binswanger, H. S 414 Bird A W 344 Arndt, R. A 388 Allen, H. A 92 Arner, H. S 398 Arnold, Ada 493 Arnold, Doris 495 Beckhard, Dorothy 504 Beckman, Lillian .477-516 Allen, H. J 343 Allen, J. C 422 Bank, T. P 22-25-402 Banks J N 417 Bird, J. W. . 133-217 Birks, H. M. .263-334-394 Allen, J. H 175 Arnald, Madeline. ... 456- 479-497-511 Arnouites, A 513 Barber, Helen V. . .25-456 Barber, Mary A 25 Beckwith, Jeanette ...495 Beebe, E C 432 Allen, Monica Minerva 321-351-475-502 Allen, R 381 Allen, Reva 511 471-476-487 Bishop Edith 494 Barber, M. C. .25-360-448 Barber, N. K. 276-277-404 Barker, E. F 386 Beebe, H. M 384-431 Beecher, R. L. 410 Arteaga, D. T 92 Arthur, F. P 383 Bishop, Helen C 511 Beechwood H C 93 Bishop H M 402 Allen, T. P 436 Arthur, Mrs. R. 505 Ash, L 24 Barker, H 428 Beeman, G C 26 Black G S 429 Allison, A. W. . 410 Barley, Louise . 306-464-494 Barlow, Marion 477- 479-199 Barnes, E. H 443 Beers D L ' i ' t " , 4 ' i4 Black Hazel B Allman. A. D. 23-297-360- 477 Allmand, E. C 483 Ashcraft, R. G 430 Begeman, M. L. 391 Black, H C 27 Ashley, Eleanor 488 Begg, G O 374 Black, K. C 443 Black, Margaret 276- 277-367-456-177-501 Black, M 498 Black, S. R 422 Blackaller, Louise .... 478 Blackburn, Kathryn . .494 Astley, H. V 408 Allmendinger, E. J. ...211 Allmond, E 360 Aterell, H. H 393 Athena ... . 466 Barnes, G. S 402 Beier, G. H. 398 Barnes, J. M 25- 330-383-433 Barnes J F 93-332 Beierlein, K. M 436 Alpha Chi Omega . . . .495 At hey, G W 379 Alpha Chi Rho 407 Atkinson, D. D. . .332-385 Atkinson, J. F 387 Bell, Dora 133-316-446 Bell, Elizabeth G 26- 476-488 Belknap, R. L. 322-359-409 Belknap, T. A 373 Abba Chi Sigma .... 446 Alpha Delta Phi .... 374 Barnett, C. E 156-349 Barnett, Love 507 Atkinson, S 360 Alpha Delta Sigma . . .449 Alpha Epsilon lota . . . .492 Alpha Epsilon Mu ....314 Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . .504 Alpha Gamma Delta . .505 Alpha Kappa Kappa . . .438 Alpha Kappa Psi 447 Alpha Nu 310 Alpha Omega Alpha . .315 Alpha Omicron .... 503 Atland, J. K 305 Blackwood, Elizabeth .494 Blagdon, Charlotte . . .467- 477-502 Blahnik, Helen 496 Atlas, M. R 133-412 Athletic Ass ' n Board ..459 Atyeo.R. W 398 Aubrey, Helen .24-470-476 Aubrey, W. H. ... 359-400 August, Mabel ...467-508 Auerill, F. G. 349 Barney, R. E. 315-374-428 Barnum, Margaret M. 179- 487 Bellamy, Lucile . . . 482-503 Belles, H. E 26- Baron, F. W 395 244-295-314-422 Bellinger, D. H. . 402 Blaich, T. P 397 Blake, W F 410 Barone, G. H 345 Barr, S 433 Blakeslee, B. N. . . 156-349 Blakeslee, W 390 Blanchard, A. H 383 Blanchard, C. H 349 Belote, G. H 121- Auspach, C. L 483 Austin, Estelle 24-510 Austin, Esther 512 Barr. Lois ... 511 122-315-339-138 Belt, J. G. .. . ..437 Bement, N. S 409 Benbrook, A. 210 Barraclough, H. H 25 Barrel!, Marguerite. . . .500 Barret, L. 1 357 Barrett, A. M. 315-330-428 Barrett, Frances 503 Alpha Phi 493 Alpha Phi Alpha . 418 Austin, Evelyn 505 Blauner L 403 Alpha Rho Chi . . 443 Auyer, Virginia 478 Avery, A. N 379 A very, J 306-406-435 Ayres, D. B 24-442 Bender, A. M 483 Bender, Mrs. N. . . 494 Bendle, L. C 26-349 Benedict, C. A. 309 Alpha Sigma 431 Alpha Sigma Phi 395 Alpha Tau Omega 392 Alpha Xi Delta 500 Alston, E. E. 417 Alt, C. F 92 Blazier L E 94-359 Barrett, H 283- 295-343-404-410 Barrett, L. H 348-379 Barrett, Mrs. L. S. . . .490- 491-492 Blicke, F. F 319 Blight. H E 429 B Babcock, G. R 24-379 Babcock, K 438 Benjamin, G. H. 443 Benjamin. H. S. . .395-447 Benjamin, J 395 Blinn, F. Dorothea ... 164 Bliss, F. R 431 Bliss, T. L 428 Alt, G. L 331 Barristers 200-329 Benner, H. A 93 Blissel, J. J 94 Block, Bernita 492-510 Bloise, F. 1 27-439 Brando, Margery .506-511 Brandt, C. ...316-358-442 Brashear, A. V. . 94-422-559 Brashear, Mary . . .456-516 Braybrooks, W. M. . .360- 362-483 Brayton, D. B 374 Breakey, J. C 28 Brcakey, J. F 428 Breakey, Mrs. J 487 Breakey R S 428 INDEX Brumm, D. H 437 Brumm, J. R 394-441 Brumm, Mrs. J. R 499 Brummeler. Gertrude .479 Brunsting, L. A 174- 295-330-436 Brunt, C. L 95 Bruske P W 378 C Cabot, Dr. Hueh .315-330 Cabot, Mrs. Hugh 490-492 Cabot Sylvia 489 Cary, W. J 176-437 Casady, Clarice 494 Casady, T. E 383 324-472-491 Bloom F 400 Case, E C 357 Cadieux, Elizabeth ...456 Cadwell, F. G 30-390 Cadwell, Lillian A93 Cady, Evelyn . .30-343-512 Cady, Mrs. W. B 515 Cahow P. D 383 Cain, Elizabeth 459- Case, E. W 384 Case, H 31- Blott E J 222- 241-333-399 Blum, Harriet L 27- 307-4C7-473-5K) 280-281-284-441 Case, L. O. . . .319-323-446 Case, Mary . . . 156-477-510 Casey, P 360 Bryant, W. G 95-331 Bryson. C. F 421 Buchanan AD .95 Blumenthal, J. W 401 Casey, P. T 31 Buchler C C . 319 471-497 Cake Aline . 502 Casey, P. J 360 Bobertz, G. H 285 Breed, Mrs. C. M 489 Brenneman, Esther. . . .492 Brenner R K 94 Buck, L 344-448 Buck, Marian 502 Buck, Winifred 29-486-488 Buckingham, H. P. ..121- 122-431 Buckley L P . . 373 Cashman. T. F 411 Cake, Esther 30-514 Caskey, H. E 151- Boer A E 27 Cake, Ilene 470 152-351-422 Caspar!, Frances 482 Cassidy, H 360-397 Cassidy, R. J 377-428 Catherwood, Gladys 31-495 Catholic Students .... 355 Cantrell, G. P 133-483 Cavanaugh H. T 387 Bogan, Dorothy 512 Boice R E 315-434 Cake, W. E 319 Brettle, F. J . .309 Calder, Ralph 324 Calder, R. F 173 Brevis H J 349 Bollinger J W 410 Brewer, N. .91-94-287-347 Brice, W. A. . . .94-342-359 Brick EG 94 Buckley, P 427 Caldwell, L. E 356 Cale Ann . " !( Bollinger, N. H 342 Bolton, Dorothy 505 Bolton S 378 Buckley W M 95 Budge, P. . . . .368 Calhoon, F. N 399 Calhoun, Ethel 492 Brickbauer A J 431 Buell. F. B 29-344 Buell. Ida M 494 Bonas A 352 Brickbauer R M 431 Calke, P. 348 Cavanaugh, R 300 Bond, Carrie J 496 Bond H P 27 Brickman, R 412 Brier J C 319-446 Buell M 472 Calkins, PS.... 172 Cave, Catherine 278- 2X8-480-500 Caverly, H. L 399 Caviness, Alva 456 Cercle Francais 343 Chadman, Elizabeth. . .505 Chadwill, Mrs. C 482 Chadwick, F 133-445 Buenting, Ella 29 Call, Emma 492 Bond W 407 Briggs, C 310-402 Bumngton. Mrs. M. E. 500 Bulkeley. Louise W. 29-489 Bulkley. J. M 375 Bulkley. Mrs. H. C. ..510 Bull, L. P. .22-327-377-427 Bullen G E 29 Callender, Flora 505 Cameron, Margaret . . .489 Cameron, N 30 Camiener, P. M 95 Camp . . 326 Bonell, E. P 316 Bonham, U. L 436 Bonine, Margaret . . . .456 Bonisteel, R. 394 Bonner, Frances 489 Boomhower, Florence G. 27-499 Boonstra, F. M 27 Booth A 386 Briggs, Jean . . 178-486-494 Bright H L 295 Bright,? 352 Brimacombe, F 391 Brinker, H. A 94-297 Brisbois H J 439 Camp, C. D. .315-330-428 Camp, F. E 95- 302-304-373 Campbell, Beatrice .30-489 Campbell, B 386 Bullock. W M 429 Chadwick, Ward 438 Chamber of Commerce 344 Chamberlain, Catherine 489 Chamberlain, H. G. 95-393 Charuberlin, Dorothy 493- 512 Chamberlin, Margaret 493- 512 Chamberlin, R. W. ...397 Chambers, lone 150- 477-516 Chambers, M. S 438 Briscoe H R 408 Bunker, RE ... 427 Briscoe, J. D 172- 280-281-302-304-334-375 Bristol, Thelma M. 28-510 Brittain, Fern M 500 Broadhead, Kitty .477-512 Brock, Gertrude. . .489-515 Brockett, D. R 446 Brocklebank. E. F. . . .376 Brodel, Virginia . 22- Bunn. Willette ....29-345 Bunting, Mrs. R. W. . .503 Bunting, R W 393 Booth, B. G. ..27-295-440 Booth, Genevieve .501-511 Booth, U. S 348 Boothby, C 386 Boothby, D 386 Boothby, P. C 397 Borders L 418 Campbell, C. A 295- 297-305-336-339-386 Campbell, C. I. .31-295-440 Campbell, Dorothy ..464- 487 Campbell, Mrs. E 488 Campbell, E. D 319- 375-446 Campbell, Elizabeth . .482 Campbell Fink 334 Burba, J. W 437 Burbridge. B 29 Burby, W. E 133-445 Burchfield. Cosette H. .29 Burchill, R. G. ...395-447 Burden, Dorothea .... 515 Burdick, Annabelle 456-514 Burdick, Eleanor . . . 514 28-306-464-477-498-510 Broderse, O. E 142 Broderson, Mildred ..478- 496 Broderson O E 437 Bostick, H. P 279-409 Boston, Mrs. O. W. . ..494 Boswell, C. M. . . .295-395 Bott H S 27 Burdick, W. B. 29-295-443 Burg PC 95 Chambers, S. O. 121- Campbell. J. V. ...375-428 Campbell, Katherine . .156 Campbell, Mildred 31- 352-500 Campbell, O.J 375 Campbell, R. A 297- 314-333-356-39 1-393-448 Campbell, R. S. ...31-442 Campbell, W. P. . .306-380 Canfield, Mrs. A. G....494 Canfield, Dr. R. B. ...315- 330-433 Canfield, Mrs. R. B. .482- 492 Cannon, G. N. ...183-437 Cannon, G. H 95 Cannon, J. H 392 Cannon, Mrs. Joseph .449- 486 Caon, J. A 279 122-428 Chaminade, Cecile . . . .496 Champ, W. G 342 Burge J M 22-30-421 Brodkey, A. H. ...117-401 Brodkey B D 401 Burgers, V. ... 169 Bouchard, Prof. H. . . .331 Boucher, R. C 94 Bonie, G L 357 Burhans, R. L 30-431 Burhansuer. E. C 431 Burk, E. G 351 Burkart, H. H 142-429 Burke, B S . . 91- Champe, W !)6 Brogg, Marguerite . . . .478 Bromhower, Florence .465 Bromley, J. . . 302-304 Champion, Beatrice . . .31- 307-457-463-464-408-469- 502 Chandler, C. C. . . . 156-343 Chandler, J. P 305-344 Bourke M P 355 Bourn, M 433 Bourne M G 391 Bronk, O. W 380 Bronk, Mrs. D. W. 486-490 Bronson, Marjorie I. . . .28 Brooker, J 381 Brooks G R 429 95-204-323-328 Burke Celia 30-508 Bourne, N. W. ...330-438 Bouwswen, G. D 483 Bowen, Clarabell 276- 277-510 Bowen, D. F 410 Bowen, G. 295-391 Bowen, Mrs. G. O. 482-506 Bowen, J. A. .256-334-376 Chang, E. T 365 Burke E E 95 Chang, Florence 365 Burke, G . 373 Chang, M. Z 365 Chang, S. T 365 Chang, Y. M 134-365 Chan, W. G 365 Brophy G O 390 Burke, H . . 247 Browberg P 352 Burkhardt, L D .... 408 Browe, W. A 28 Brown A W 318 Burleson L B 349 Burly WE.. . 317 Channer, H. H 31 Chao, J. T 365 Brown, Mrs. C 499 Brown, C A 399 Burnett H L 30 Burns, Elizabeth . ...512 Chapin, Martha 473 Chapman, E 96-342 Chapman, H. R 381 Bowen R W 94 Brown, Mrs D. A. . . .504 Burns, F. A. . . .95-319-446 Burnstein, S. B 416 Bun, A C 319-422 Bowers Helen C 28 459-469-488 Brown Mrs E 487 Cappon, F. C 204- 219-222-326-397 Cardamone, J. J 345 Cardwell, E. F 287 Carey H J 423 Chapman, Nathalie ... .31 Chapin, Martha 15(1- 343-352 Chappel, R. K 391 Bowers, J. M 385-428 Bowers, T. A 385 Burr, WE 408 Brown, F. 437 Burrett, G E . 156 Burridge S P 437 Bowman, E 383 Bowser, C. D 405 Boxell, E. F. . . 133-329-435 Brown, F. A 409 Brown, G. G 378-446 Brown, G. H 381 Burrill Mary B 164 Chappel, L. E 386 Burrows E G 441 Carland, Elizabeth . . .510 Carleton, L. C 288-398 Carlisle, Louise 514 Carlson, G 142 Carlson, G. E.. .31-344-349 Carmichael, E 278- Chappie, C. C 377 Burrows, E. J 442 Burrows, H. N 374 Burrows, M 514 Bursley, J. A 198-275 Bursley, PC ... 377 Chartier, Clara 164 Chase, C. L 388 Brown G M 418 Boyce J A 28 Brown, Helen 278- Chase, Mary 367 Chatterton, E 342 Boyce J P 445 279-477-493-511 Brown H E 28-410 Boyd C. A. .61-94-359-383 Boyd E D 397 Chen, C. H. H 365 Brown J C 28-309-410 Burton, Ernestine . . . .478 Burton, Mrs. M. L. . . .491 Burton, M. L 316-393 Bury, Harriet 473-489 Bush H F 305 279-295-402 Carnahan, Nanette 471-490 Carnegie, A 95-398 Chen, H. P 31-365 Boyd! Elizabeth ...28-500 Boyd, Jean 482 Boyd, Kathleen 28-495 Boyd, L 283 Boyd L J 431 Brown, M 29-479-510 Brown, Madeline . . . .477- 486-490 Brown, O. A 316 Brown O 403 Chen, P C 31-365 Chen, Susan 365-51:? Cheney, Winifred .487-512 Cheng, D. L 365 Carney, Mrs. B. F. . . .494 Carney, H. W 354 Carney, R. J. .319-430-446 Carpenter, Audrey . . . .456 Carr, A. R 446 Bush, H S. 297 Cheng, N. C 32-365 Boyd L R 132 133 Brown O 409 Busley, Mrs J A. . 489 Cheng, S. Y 365 Boyd, ' Mary R 28-501 Boyd S E 397 Brown, Pamela . . .457-511 Brown, R. A. .306-377-441 Brown, Reba 496 Bussee, W A ... 442 Chenot, Ralph .... 343-397 Chenoweth, W. B. .32-310 Cherniak, H. M. ...32-343 Cherry, R. F 181-31)0 Chesley, W. S 378 Buster, Helen H. 22-30-490 Butcher, B. A 95-323 Butcher, Florence V 30- 496 Butler B M 385 Carr, Theric 169 Boyer S R 213- Carrett, E. H 411 Carrigan, J. A. ...379-435 Garrison, J 360 Carroll E 400 337-421-435 Boyer W K 28-407 Brown, R. K 397 Brown Ruth 493 Boyle, ' C. J. . . 133-355-440 Boyle, J. B 133 Boynton, L. H. . . .443-487 Brace C L 373 Chew, S. D 365 Brown, S. M.. . .22-29-204- 276-277-320-326-344-385 Brown, T. J. ...22-29-400 Brown, W 342 Brown, W. E 394 Brown, W. L 349 Brown, W. A 94 Butler, B. W 281 Carroll, W 395 Carson, Elizabeth 343- 471-499 Carson, J. J 397 Carson, R. M.. 132-316-329 Carson, Ruth 499 Carter, C. L. .152-351-415 Carter, Elizabeth 31 Carter, J S 390 Chew, Y. D 365 Cheung, C. S 365 Butler H 386 Butler, N L. . 513 Chi Omega 497 Chi Phi 406 Brace, Helen 493 Brace, W. H 122 Brace, W. M 433 Bradburn, H 354-387 Butler R 175-440 Butler W B 30- Chi Psi 373 122-418442 Butler, W. F 399 Chick, R. J 344 Chidester, Helen 490 Childs.G. M 32-439 Childs, S. C. . . .32-399-447 Chilton, Mary . . 157 Bradford, F. A 377 Bradley, H. L 406 Bradshaw, F. H. ..437-483 Bradstreeti Lola 478 Brady, P. S 133 Bragg, Mrs. E 492 Bragg, Prof E M 332 Brown, W. C 378 Brown W F 400 Butman, Statira 288- 477-491 Brown, Mrs. W 488 Browne, Ruth 511 Brownbridge, E. W. . .295- 399 Browning, Elizabeth . .29- 491 Bruce, D. C 382 Bruch, R R 342-379 Carter K 348 Butterfield, Eleanor . . 30 Button, J H 399 Carter, L. J 22- 31-288-381-441 Carter, Velma 291- 464-465-468-47 1-486-503 Cartier, W. C 432 Cartwright, F. S. .141-142 Caruer, H. C 333 Chimes, Frances 284 Chinese Students 365 Chinn, C. W 418 Chipman, Mrs. D. C. .490 Chisholm, Lyla 495 Buttons, J. H 295 Butts, Elsie D 30- 456-486-506 Bragg, Marguerite . . . .496 Brake, D. H 316 Bramberg D 284 Chiu, Y L 365 Byers, R. N 307-441 Chochran, Charlotte. . .479 Chon, M. E. . . .32-304-396 Bramble, D. M 276- 277-385 Bruinbaugh, J K 310 Cary, F 348 Brumbaugh, Hesse K. . .29 Cary G H 440 INDEX Chong, Vera 511 Cole. C. J... ...33- Congdon, W. H 483 Dakin, R. Y. . . .375 Dcngler, H. A. 141-143-432 Chow, F. V 365 297-314-399-440 Coughlin, Evelyn 34- Dalziel, H. M 359-409 Denison, W. C. ... 123-434 Christens?!), R 306 Cole. H. N 319 278-279-500 Dame, J. S 446 Denman, D. C. . . .409-438 Christenson, C. 96 Cole, H. P 429 Coulton, Dorothy 352 Damoose, N. G 359 Denman, 1 276- Christian, Margaret . . .32- Cole, J. K 122-431 Courtis, S. A 318 Dancer, Jenness 385 277 302-386 477-510 Cole, Kathryn 500 Courtright, R. M. . .97-323 Dandoy. Evelyn 164 DeNoble, R 137 Christie, C. W 280 Cole, W. E. . . 122-330-434 Couse, W. L 97-331 Danforth. P. O 444 Densmore. F. E 36 Christenscn, Edna 477-502 Coleman, W. G 417 Coutts, R. C 356-393 Daniels, L. E 433 Densmore. G. E 310- Christenson, Ruth . . . .464 Coleman, W. T. . . 182-378 Covert, Mrs. A. H. . . .499 Daniels, T. C 151- 316-318 Christman, A. A. .319-446 Coller, F. A 315-330 Cowden, R. W 404 152-321-351-430 Dent, J. H 417 Christman. I.. R 32 Coller, F. 433 Cowden, Mrs. R. W.. .291- Danto, S. B 143 Dental Society 346 Christman, W. D. . .32-343 Collins, G. W. 297-319-446 486-500-502 Darden, F. B 440 DePuy, C. D 386 Christner. J. K 432 Collison, J. J 388 Cowie, D. M 315 Darling, C. G. . 197-380-428 DeRuiter, H. W. . . .36-449 Christy, C. W 405 Collison. Marion 385 Cowie. Mrs. D. M. ...492 Darpin, P. H 123 Desenberg, H. B 401 Chronowski, A. . . .343-350 Colyer, H. J 96 Cowin, J. R 173-443 Daschner, H. A 431 Desenberg, Henry B. .401 Chryst, T 382 Comb, W. E.. . .96-297-331 Cowing, J. C 134-385 Daugherty, C. E 35-348 Desmond, O. E 310 Chu, C. J 365 Comedy Club 306 Cox, J 385 Daughertv. Hester 355-514 DeTamble, M 36 Chu, S. T. . . . 365 Cqmpton, Josephine . .505 Cox, Mrs. J. J 500 Daugherty, Katherine E. DeTwiler, Laura E 37 Chubb, D. B 295-397 Compton, J 384 Coxon. A. W 434 35-355-510 Deuchler, L. Y 399 Church, A. C 295 Comstock, J. P 390 Coy, H 429 Daughton, S. B 310 DeVilliers, M. S 143 Church, A. W 442 Conant, D. J 444 Coyne, Marguerite . . . 352 Danto, S. B 412-483 Devine, Bessie 477 Church. Mrs. C X. . ..495 Conant, S. R 33 Cozad, Dorothy 496 Davenport, C. 8 433 Devine, Marian V. .37-511 Church, Georgia 32- Conboy, A. J 33 Crabbe, J. W 34-378 Davenport, Helen A. ..35- DeVries, M.L 134-127 i.-.n- !) Condit, D. H 436 Crabbe, T 378 473-497 DeWeise, R. H 284- Church, K. D 402 Condit, Mrs. H 490 Crabtree. E. G 438 Davenport, K. M 429 285-309-381 Churchhill. C. E. .29: -l4i- Condon, Lydia . . .489-495 Craig, J. B 210 Davenport, T. A 390 Dewey, D. R 388 Churchill, Ruel 399 Coney, D 281-283 Craigie, Winifred 512 Davidson, A. B. . . .35-375 Dewey, E. B 433 Cilliers, J. H 176 Congdon, W. H. . .318-381 Craine. D 386 Davidson, E. C. 97-332-384 Dewey, Jane 456-497 Circolo Italiano 345 Conkey, S. H 33- Craftsmen 356 Davidson, E. C 373 Dewey, T. E. . .37-295-391 Cissel. J. H 331-402 306-349-422 Cramer, E. H 34-4O9 Davidson, H 277- DeWitt, C. A. .37-297-133 Cissell. Mrs. J. H 506 Conklin, H. E 483 Cramer, S. S 22- 283-284-285 Dexter, L. M 278 Clagett, Charlotte 512 Conklm, Virginia 489 34-276-277 Davidson, T. H 405 Dey, C. R 405 Clancy, G. V 391 Conkling, I. L 96 Crandall, C. E 134 Davies, E. G 132- Diamond, A. D 401 Clancy, J. F 434 Conlin, E. F. .278-279-281 Crandall, K. C 399 134-317-329-380-427 Diamond, T 318 Clardy. K. F 316 Conlin, Evelyn . . .478-496 Crandell, Mabel 164 Davis, Ailene 476-507 Dibble, M. A 98 Clark, A. J 142-423 Conlin, T. D 96 Crandell, W. T 34-344 Davis, B. C 295-391 Dick, I. B 422 Clark, C. B 431 Conn, A. B 418 Crane. B 123 Davis, C. L 97 Dickenson, E. M 501 Clark, C. L 368 Connable, A. B 278- Crane, C. C 342 Davis, C. 318-513 Dickenson, Mrs. E. . . .486 Clark, C R. . ...422 279-295-302-340-375 Crane, Helen ..34-388-510 Davis, Mrs. C. 495 Dickinson, E. D 316 Clark, D. A 32-487 Connable, Frances 33 Crane, N 360 Davis, C 373 Dickinson, J. E. . . .98-407 Clark, F. J 436 Connable, Josephine . .459- Crane, P. S 143-423 Davis, D. H 382-501 Dickinson, Winifred . .496 I ' lark, G 386 488 Crane, R. N 97-397 Davis, D. E 184 Dickman, F. J 378 Clark, H. A. .S 340-383 Connell, W. P. ... 134-389 Crane, R. T 374 Davis, H. W 35 Dickrager, O. F 151- Clark, H. C 278- Conner, E. F 437 Craner. M. J. . .34-344-444 Davis, H 333 152-430 279-337-359-404-441 Conover, G. D 143 Crary. R 175 Davis, J. L 374 Diehl, K. 391 Clark, Mrs. I. B. 495 Conrad, L 33-291 Craver, W. L 398 Davis, Laura 498 Diehl, W. S. ..284-285-411 Clark, I. S 349 Cook, A. F 4O8 Crawford, C. D 359-394 Davis, R. L 331-395 Diekoff, Frieda 316- Clark. J. S. . . . 382 Cook, C. C 349 Crawford, M 418 Dawley, Marian 502 457-460-466-471-486-499 Clark, J. C 435 Cook, C. K 434 Crawford, R. B 97 Dawning, Alice 501 Diekoff, R. F 37 Clark, Josephine 502 Cook, D. 307- Creal, C. 400 Dawrs, H. P 97 Diekoff, T 197-484 Clark, I.. M. . . 381 309-316-411 Crego, C. H 438 Dawson, J. P 427 Diener, W 373 Clark, R. R 340-422 Cook, Elota 164 Cress, E. H 394 Day, E. E 386 Dieterle, R. D. ...360-405 Clark, T 386 Cook, Evelyn 505 Cress. June 493 Day, Hazle M 35-456 Dieterle, R. R. . . .391-433 Clark, Zelma 510 Cook, L. N 33 Crew. C. W 34-97 Day, W. R 387 Dietrick, P 384 Clarke, Catherine ....464 Cook, R. M 446 Crino. M. J 431 Dayton, Florence 164 Dillman, G. C 389 Clarke, C. W. 319-39.V44U Cook, V. H 96-331 Crippen F 397 Deane, Dr 498 Dinwiddie, J. E 173- Clarke, Esther 493 Cooke, Clara 33 Crittenden. Mrs. A. R. 500 Dean, H. R 36-399 305-376 Clarke, H. L 395-428 Cooke, P 402 Crocher. Alice 494 Dean, P. G 36 Discher, E. M 98-342 Clarke, Josephine ..32-513 Cooley, 326 Crocker. Fadira . . .491-512 Dean, R. J 36-306 Dittmer, A. F 37 Claussen, Mme. Julia .482 Cooley, C. H 197-375 Crocker. Helen ...488-512 Deane, J. B 376 Divine, Bessie N 37 Clarke, Katherine . . . 465- Cooley, Mrs. C. H. . . .494 Cron. R. S. . . .315-330-433 DeBaeke, V. H 435 Dixon, D. M 392 490-511 Cooley, Edith 515 Crosby, M. S 374 DeCosta, N 392 Dixon, Helen A 37-512 Clarke, X. E 433 Cooley, Mary 489 Cross, A. L 327-381 Deebach, R. F 141- Dixon, Margaret 237- Clarkson, R. G. . . 44(1 Cooley, M.E 197- Cross, F. A 35-406 143-432-483 486-488 Clavette, C. D. . . 295 332-376-393 Cross, Mrs. I. J 482 Deetrick, J. W 97-382 Dixon, Margery 516 Claxton, W. T 422 Clayson, H 344 Cooley, Mrs. Mortimer 488 Cooley, W 33-406 Grossman, G. I. . . .97-122 Crouch, A. B 385 DeFilippis, M 345 DeFoe, L 172 Dixon, W. C 409 Dobbs, A. H 416 Clayton, H 344 Cooper, Beatrice 33- Grouse, Alma 459-488 DeFries, M. L 392 Dobson, R. T 389 Cleary, Elwyn . . 437 467-508 Crouse, Doris 456- Degnan, Mamie C 36 Dodd, Martha 37-489 Cleland, E. T. . . 173-443 Cooper, Elise 34 457-471-488 DeGowin, E. L 36 Doddridge, D 445 Clements, 4-5 Cooper, Mrs. Elsie 343 Croushore, J. E 120- DeGraff, D. C 483 Dodds, G. P 143 demons, C. W. 96-110-423 Cooper, H. W 278-279 123-330-397-434 Deister, E 377 Dodge, K. F 37-423 Clifford. C. W 100 Cooper, H. L 96 Croushore. J. W 397 Deister, I. F 338-377 Dodo, S 366 Clifford, E. M. 141-142-429 Cooper, Loretta . .297-511 Crowe. Helen 500 Deitch, Marjorie M. . .36- Dodsley, Katherine . . 157- Clifford, J 309 Cooper, R. V 436 Crowe, S. 415 343 477-488 Clifford, R. S 32 Corbett, L. E 34-297 Crowell, H. E 310 Deitch, V 36 Doelman, J 374 Clore, W. W 381 Corbett, P. D 34-406 Crumb, C. W 444 Deiterle, R. B 445 Doherty, Nona L. . .37-487 Cloud, A. F 382 Corcoran, Marie 498 Croxton, M. E. .22-35-381 DeKleine, Dorothy ... .36 Doll, Lena G 37-510 Coates, A. E 360-393 Corcoran, W. A. . . 123-434 Cuddy, Winona . . .465-493 Delaney, J 438 Dombey, Edith 505 Coates, J. 342-404 Corey, H. J 423 Cudlet, W 380 Deland, W 378 Don, H. M 285 Coates, Louise 497 Corey, Maude 465 Cummings, C. B 295 Delbridge, H. J 171- Donahue, Eileen ..486-498 Cobaugh, Myra .... 157 Cork, Mrs. J 490 Currunings, H. H. .330-436 457-460-471-490 Donahue, H. A 171- Cobb, D. G 32-349 Corlett, Madeline 34 Cummings, Marguerite 459 Delf, Phyllis . .464-465-466 278-279-28 1-302-333-386 Cobb, W. J 432 Corley 483 Cumminskey, E. A. . . .440 DeLong, C. H 309 Donahue, T. J 37- Cobe, Mrs. M. S. . . . 508 Cornelinson, Goldie ...34- Curhss, M. B 297 DeLong, J. C 344-410 307-310-355-367-124 Coburn, Catherine .... 49c 475-492-510 Curran, L. B. . .97-328-421 Delta Kappa Epsilon . .410 Donaldson, B 304 Coburn, D. M 96 Cornell, Lucile 507 Curran, W. D 180 Delta Chi 387 Donaldson, J. G 385 Cochran, Charlotte 33 Cornwell, E. L 374 Currie, Helen 35-512 Delta Delta Delta 499 Donaldson, S. W. .330-433 Coclel, M 401-441 Cornwcll, F. 1 378 Curtis, A. C 179-435 Delta Gamma 488 Donaldson, Mrs. S. W. 491 Coe, C. B 96-332-357 Corr, H 389 Curtis, F 438 Delta Kappa Epsilon . .375 Dondmeau, A 318 Coe, D. F 33 Corsette, H. J. ... 172-444 Curtis, G. D 35 Delta Sigma Delta 429 Dong, M.T 37-365 Coe, Julia 33-459 Corvie, D. M 428 Curtis, H. R 384 Delta Sigma Phi 405 Donlan, E. V 38 Coe, Warren 33-409 Cory, E. W 310 Curtiss, G 397 Delta Sigma Pi 448 Donnell, K. W 98 Coffey, H. R 442 Coryall, Katherine ... .511 Curtiss, R. H 383 Delta Sigma Rho 316 Donnelly, W. A 38 Coffin, W. G 387 Coryell, W. G 172- Curtiss, Mrs. R. H. . . .505 Delta Tau Delta 383 Donnelly, W. J 393 Coffman, H. C. ... 318 287-310-421-559 Curtze, A. W 35 Delta Tau Upsilon 411 Donner, F. G. .38-343-447 Cogswell, Ada 466 Cossitt, H. D 34-448 Gushing, C. F 374 Delta Theta Phi 442 Dooge, L. E 171- Cohen, G 142 Cossitt.H. F 390 Gushing, T. F 374-428 Delta Upsilon 381 333-340-388 Cohen, J 270-277-4 14 Cossitt, J. L 390 Cusick, W. P 351-130 Delta Zeta 507 D ' Ooge, Mrs. M 490 Cohen, J. L 134 Cote, Berandette 278- Cutting, F. C. .97-297-100 Demmink, G 36-316 Doolittle, S. E 123- Cohn, D. E 4.50 279-502 Cutting, Kathleen 487 Demmon, Margaret . . .494 315-330-383-433 Cohn, R. F 96-414 Cote, Lora 502 Cutting, Mary .35-477-505 Demmon, R. W 117 Doonan, L. J 98 Cohn, R. B 414 Cottin, J. R 417 Cygnus 422 324-443 Dorr, H. M. . . .38-284-344 Cohn, S . . 142 Cotter, A. 349 Czysz, F. T 143-429 Dempsey, W. F 36 Dorrance, Janette . 184-351 Cohn. S. F. . . . . 134 Cotter, G. L 97 Demrick, Florence L. . .36 Dotter, A. D 157 Colburn. W. C 96-378 Cottin, J 349 D Demske, Dolores A. . . 164 Doty, W. E 172-287 Colby. F. L 374 Cotton, W. A . . 91-97- Dahlberg, P. R. . . .35-422 Demuth, Wilma A. 157-288 Doud, H. G 351-123 Colby. W. F 391 204-287-320-323-328-347 Daines, B. W 297 Deng, R. F 410 Dougall, F. R 38 Dougherty, Nona 477 Doughty, Grace 38-464-51 1 Douglas, C. W 349 Douglas, Mrs. H.. .487-511 Douglass, H. W 375 Ede, C. F. . . 415 INDEX Fairchild, Margaret ... .40 Fairman.F 497 Falconer, Honora. .491-510 Farley, Howard 116- 117-443 Farley, Thain 40-382 Flintoff, Theodore W. 157- 349 83 Fuerstenbert, A. C. ...330 Fukin, Kita ...42-366-511 Fuller, Florence 316- Edmonds, Amy 492 Edmonds, C. C 448 Edmonson, J. B. . .318-349 Edmunds, C. W 315- 384-428-430 Edwards, F. N 399 Flood, S. D. . . .375 466-484-511 Fuller, M. R 483 Florer, Frances M 41 Dow, E. W 197- Fullerton, Eleanor .... 502 Fulton, Frances V. ... 164 Furlong, H. A 433 379-486-489 Downing, H 407 Downing, Margaret A.. .38 Downing. Nettie 501 Doyle, Anna 498 Farmer, W 386 Farnum, C 98-323-342 Farrell.L 411 Florer, Jeanette S 493 Florer H W 383 Edwards, T. S 377 Effinger, J. R. 327-380-427 Effinger, Mrs. J. R. . .488- 512 Effinger, Margaret. 343-488 Egar, E. A. 403 Furniss, L 405 Farrell.S. . 245 Flower, W. M . ... 279-394 Flowerday, Gertrude . .482 Floyd, Burton A 390 Furstenber, A. C. .315-434 Funk, W. M 375 Fuss, C G 319-430 Fast, Olive 477-513 Doyle, D. . . 405 Fast, R 433 Drake, Elizabeth 489 Drake, J. H. .. 147-381-427 Drake, Marjory H 38 Dreese, E. E 402 Faust, L 433 Futch, C. E 123- 295-314-434 G Gabby, William 438 Eger, T. E 143-423 Faust, M 40 Fogle Jean 487 Eggert, Dorothy 472 Faust, W 436 Eggleston, F. E.. . .405-483 Egi, Kanji 366 Faust, Mrs. W. . . 489 Folsom, L. M 348-357 Fong, G. T. W. ...342-365 Dreiss, W. J 98 Fauster, J 428 Dreodahl, W. C 429 Ehresman, D. D 117- 324-398 Ehrlich, H 414 Favrot, L. H 171-278- 279-280-281-333-395-447 Fay, Maude 496 Dresbach, C. J 304- Ford S 381 Gabler, Anna 343- 352-477-503 Gaff, H. D 44 Gaige, F. M 357 306-395 Dresser, R. H 440 Eich, L. M. 307-316 Fayfield, E. C 276- 277-306-343 Fead, M. E 406 Foreman, Sidney W. . . .41 Dreyfuss, M 403 Eichorn, Eunice 511 Dreyfuss, N 403 Eickmann, P G 39 Gains, D 405 Druids 199-327 Einstein, P 302-396 Fease, A. M 442 Galantor, Maurice 364-413 Galbraith, W. K. 22-42-379 Gale, Ann 404-489 Drury, W. R 444 Eisele, P. . 360-387 Fee, E 375 Forsythe, Elizabeth .... 22- 41-277-276-367-501 Forsythe, N. M 382 Dryer, Adele 510 Ekeblad, W. 39 Fee, Emily E 40-510 Dryer, J. A 278- Elder, L. . . . 443 Feely, F. J 389 Gale, G M 132- 279-295-391 Dryer, R. B 434 Elledge G R 411 Feibig, Florence ..503-514 Feick, R 407 134-362-483 Gal ens . 330 Elliott, E. J. 379 Forsythe, Thekla . .41-390 Forsythe, W. E 319- 331-398-436 Fortune, C. H. 433 Drysdale, Eleanor E. . .38- 501 DuBois, D. B 443 Elliott, G. P 98 Elliott, Helen . 157- Gallagher, G. J. . . .99-409 Gallagher, Pauline . . . .502 Galli Curci, Mme. Amelita 482 Galliver, Luella 469- 470-476-510 Gallogly, W. H. ..358-379 Gallond, J. S 392 Fenckell, M 507 306-352-464-466 Elliott, H W 237 Fenton, A. L 411 Fenton, R. F. .121-123-439 Fenwick, H. S 98 DuBois, P 433 Foster, Charles E. .41-394 Foster, G 41-507-510 Foster, J. O. 99 DuBrul, S. M. .38-359-424 Duck, P. J 428 Elliott, J. L 417 Elliot, Margaret . 511 Ferguson, A. L. . . .319-446 Ferguson, H. W 430 Ferguson, T. C. Jr. . . .374 Ferguson, W. T. . . .98-297 Ferris, L. W 440 Dudley, Mrs. A 482 Elliott, Schuyler 343 Elliott, W. F 39- 278-279-441 Ellis, E. K 359-392 Ellis, W. B 343-397 Ellsworth, C. S. ...39-408 Elmer, Arthur 348 Elnam, G. F 442 Foster, L. 283 Duerr, K. B. . .98-342-359 Duff, Pauline . . 38-474-497 Duffield, Elizabeth . . .171- 277-505 Duffield, G. ..304-375-427 Duffield, H. K 171- 276-277-333-395-447 Duffield, M 338-375 Foster, L. J 436 Foster, L. S. 41 Galloway, C. F. . . 134-445 Galloway, Louise 491 Gallup, C. G. . .99-354-359 Galpin, W. F . . 381 Foster, P A 404 Ferry, C. S 348 Foster, V. G. . .41-464-467 Foster, W. P 41-391 Fery, C. N 357 Fery, Carl S 391 Fessenden, C. N 392 Fowler, G. C. 359 Galster, H. W. ...123-439 Gamble, E. C 336-376 Gamma Eta Gamma . .440 Gamma Phi Beta 487 Gandy, J. E 390 Gannon, L S. 43-391 Fowler, R. E 435 Fox, Ellen R. . .41-346-409 Fox, Beulah 41- Elsoffer, H. H. ... 152-351 Ely, Frances . . .39-501-510 Ely, Gilbert 205- 259-263-326-429 Ely, lone 39-470-510 Fetterly, Eunice 511 Fetters, A. S 342 Dufford.W 38 Duffy, J. E . 172- 302-334-337-340-373 Dukes, Arma 456 Field, C. . .380 316-466-473-484-505 Fox, E. M. . .. 178-336-421 Field, H. . 397 Field, Irma . . 40-456 Ganzhorn, E. C. . . 431 Dulczewski, W. J 350 Dumeling, W. W 428 Dunakin, P. H 38-378 Duncan, C. O. 154-155-157 Ely, N 373 Elzinga, E. R 386-433 Eman, V. H. . 141-143-437 Emblidge, W. R 310 Finger, T. J 99-331 Fink, B 117-412 Garber, J. T 99 Gardham, Kirk . . . 144-437 Gardner, N. B 414 Fink, 1 412 Fink, W. L 319 Finkelstein, S. D 364 Finlay, Gertrude I. . . .482 Finlay, Irene 478 Fox, R. M . . ... 376 Garfield, Marian 514 Duncan, R. W 404 Emerson, H W 321- Fraley, D. J. . .42-297-314 Fraley, Helen 169 Garlinghouse, J. G. . .278- 279-289-421 Garman, Harry G 99 Garner, H. L 43 Dunklin, V. L 172 393-428-430-497 Emery, L. B 39 Emmons, Jeanette . . . .496 Endres, D. A 39 Dunlap, Dorothy 473 Finley, Annie 40-343 Finley, Elizabeth 491 France, F. M. . . 42 France, J. S. . . .42-319-446 France, Mrs. John . . . .503 Dunlap, R. E 98 Dunleavy, G. .224-333-385 Dunlop, B . .21- Finn, Joseph . . 390 Garriott, Margaret ...512 Garrison, Jesse 43 Garrison, Mabel 496 Garvey, J. L 400-438 Garvey, P. H 123- 315-400-438 Gaskins, W. B 43-405 Enggas, C. E. . 39 Finn, Mary 40-510 Finn, S M 40-347-381 38-275-277-327-340-421 Dunn, D S 409 Engineering Honor Com- mittee 336 Engineering Society . . . 347 English, C. A 417 Frandsen, E. A. ...42-399 Frank, H. Dorothy 42-504 Frank, Hilda . 477 Finney, R. G 330 Finnie, R. G 337-438 Finsterwald, Yolette .276- 41-277-504 Firestone, Helen 507 Dunn, E. W 134- 295-400-435 Dunn, Ethel 516 Dunn, Gladys 511 English, K. M 351 Ensel, Lee 396 Gashkin, J J . 316 Dunn, J. F 389 Ensinger, S. H 405 Eppens, Frances 39 Epstein, Joseph . . .278-279 Epstein, Sollie 40-369 Erickson, H. G. 98 Firestone, V. S. .99-323-359 Fiordelis, F. S 345 Fiordelis, Saluatore. . . .345 Fisch, G 141-143 Gaspari, Emidio 345 Dunn, J. K.. . .307-310-316 Dunne, E. L. . . 279-302-380 Dunning, J 395 Dunphy, H. G 428 Dunstan, Myrtle 516 Gates, Lucy 496 Frayer, Mrs. W 499 Gault, L. L 449 Gaylord, Louise 482 Frease, A. M. .132-134-395 Geddes, Margaret 464- 497-513 Gee, E. A 344 Ehrsman, D. D 116 Fischer, F. L 151- 152-351-415 Fischer, Helen ....479-516 Fischer, L. P 432 Fishbeck, L 99-342 Dunston, W. R. . . .39-417 Durfee, E. N. 427 Erickson, C. G. 40 Frebilcock, Verna . . . .499 Frederick, D. B 283- ' 310-449 Fredericks, 445 Eriksen E 331-398 Gee, Merle 496 Gehring, C. E 43 Durfee, Mrs. E. N. ...489 Durrant, Josephine . . .482 Dusenbery, Dorothea .511 Dutton, Marion 494 Erlenbach, L. P 40- 352-368 Gehring, W. E. , 395 Fisher, Mrs. Aldred . . .487 Fisher, A A 450 Geis T P 348 Ermann, Charlotte 471-511 Erpeing, Mrs. D 500 Erpelding, D. . 141-143-432 Esselstyne, Donna .... 482 Estherheld J J 402 Fredericks, Gertrude ..496 Freedman, J 134-403 Geltz, Dorothy 43 Geniesse, J. C. 319-446-483 Genthe E R 404 Dyment, R. E 91- 98-288-328-398 E Eades, C C 395-434 Fisher H A 440 Fisher Isabel 41-352 Freeman, F. M 287 Fisher J A 91- Freeman, Thelma 492 Fremstad, Olive 482 Georg, Conrad . .436 99-320-331-347 Fisher, Norman E. ... 123 Fisher, Ray 233-327 Fisher, Mrs R D 490 George H C 99-342 Etheridge, W. B 276- 277-306-383 Ettelson, L. B. . . .285-414 Euriquez, J A 483 French, C T 144 George, R. E. .141-144-429 Gerber, Benjamin 43 Gerlach, N. H 376 French, Mrs. L. C. ...515 Frenger, Rosalie 512 Freshman Girls ' Glee Club 481 Freud, H 278-279 03 Eades, Warren 395 Eagen, Vera 152-177 Fisk, Marion L 504 Germant, Edward . . . .345 Gero, P E 415 Earhart, R 379 Eustrons, H. H. 359 Fisk, N C 41-483 Earle G N. 391 Evans, Catherine . . 40-488 Evans, H. R 391 Evans, J. A 143 Evans, L. J 173-422 Fiske E 278-279 Gerred, M. S. . .43-348-357 Gessner, C. H 43-401 Gessner, H. B 401 Giang, A. L. .. 123-365-512 Giang, A. M 365-512 Gibbins, N. J. ... .99 Earlson, G 141 Eastlake, Clara 39-366 Eastlake, R 366 Fiske, T. E 305-374 Freund, Rosalind ....276- 464-465-466-511 Freyberg, R 381 Friedman, H. M. .144-213 Friedman, H 42-401 Friedman J 396 Fitch, K 467 Fitch, Susan 171- 457-471-493 Fitzgerald, W. T.. .390-427 Fitzpatrick, T. J. .326-428 Flader, E. C 400 Flanders, Ella 164 Flarsheim, W 396 Eastman, Minnie . 157-510 Eastman, R. C 393 Easton, Mme. Florence 482 Eaton, G D 281 Evens, R. P 297 Everett, F. L 297 Everett, W. 384 Gibford C. W. . . . 342 Everham E M 388 Friedman, L 403 Friedman, M. D 450 Fries, Mrs C C 499 Gibson, A. C. .141-144-432 Gibson, A. J 351 Eberbach, C. W 315- 382-428 Eberbach, Luida 487 Ecker, Elmo 397 Ewald, H. T 449 Ewart, W. A 181-440 Ewing, Arline ....503-513 Ewing, Charlotta . 464-503 Ewing, Max 343 Fleckenstein, R. P. . . .394 Fleig, A T 414 Frink, Marion A 42 Frogner, A. W 427 Froh, L. A 349-483 Fronczak J E 350 Gibson, E. C 43-405 Eckert, Charlotte 465- 479-499 Eckert, Laura 116- 117-472-512 Eckert, R. R 483 Fleischaker, W 276- 277-396 Fleischauer, H. W. ... 121- 123-330-386-433 Fleishauer.Mrs. Hudson 490 Fleishbein, J 487 Fleming, Arlene E. 181-489 Fleming, R. Jr. 99-418-446 Fletcher, M F 169 Gibson, P E 399 F Fair, Mary 40-477 Fairbairn, J 22 Gibson, R D. . . . 21- Frost, Barry L 173 Frost, L. E 99 Frost R 291-386 43-205-327-381 Gier, R. H. ...141-144-429 Gies, IP. 43 Eckhart, Hazel 39-474-495 Eckhart, Louise 470 Froth, A. A 42 Friehauf, B F 144 Giffels.E. G 100-331 Giffen, C J . . 176-429 Eckles, F G 483 Fairbankes, K. ... 172-359 Fairbanks, Margaret ..40- 352-512 Fry, Grace 22- 42-459-469-502 Fu, Ying 42-365 Gilbert, R. 330-428 Gildner, H G 406 Eddy, B. B. . .. .373 Eddy, E. C 287 Flint, W R 429 Gilford Minna 495 Gilhams, R. E. 44-288-499 Gill, Francis ......... 493 Gill, Martha ..... 459-512 Gill. Mrs ............ 496 GUI, W. A ........ 117-443 Gillard, D. K ......... 44O Gillespie, Helen ...... 512 Gilk t,O. H. ..... 121-124 Gillette, Mrs. Edward 486- 503 Gillette, E. P ......... 433 Gillette. R ........ 433 Gillhooley. A. A ...... 141- 144-429 Gillies. C.A ...... 4O5 GiUingham. R. J. 368-388 GiUis, C. E. ...44-348-357 GiUtt, Florence ...477-493 GiUis, L. R ....... 331-357 Gilmore, X E ........ 429 Gilmore, T. B ........ 377 Gilner.F. E ......... 171- 276-277-333-337-34O Gilpin. J. R... ...402 Gimplovitz. Libbia . . .511 Gingrich. Florence ____ 480 Ginsberg, A. A ....... 412 Ginsberg. P. P ...... .412 Gills ' Mandolin Club .479 Gish. R S ....... 44 Gitlin. Charles . . . 124-364 Gladstone, R. M ..... 414 Glasgow, H. W ........ 409 Glasgow, J. B ......... 22- 44-309-316-409 Glasgow, L. J ..... 3O9-4O9 Glass, D. H ........... 100 Glass. X. H . 44 Glass, R. L ....... 174-438 Glaxa, F. S ......... 350 Glazer. Joseph ....... 403 Gleason. Al .......... 297 Gleason, XL ........ 436 Gleason. E. S ......... 100 Gleason. R. C. 319-334-343 Glenn, H. V ........ 44-475 Glennie. B. A. ....... 144 Glow, C. C ...... 321-430 Glover, Mrs. C. C. ..495 Glover, Mrs. James 4s J Glover. J. W ......... 197 Glover, Natalie ...... 490 - Gluck, Alma ......... 496 Gloekman, James .. .412 Gnau. H. W ....... 44-285 Gnewich, C. X. . . .344 Goddard, E.C ....... 197- 427-497-513 Goddard, E. ....... 117- 17 410 Godfrey, Danna ...... 500 Goebel, Hubert . . . .4OO Goebel. P. G. . 100- - _ 1 5-219-221-323-326- 34O-4OO Goetz, A. C ........ 295 GoeU, A. G. . .33O-4O6-428 Goetae, Alei ......... 381 Goldberg. Alfred ..... 403 Goldberg, David ..... H M.I Goldberg, Stewart 396-450 Golden, E. L ...... 415 Goldin, Harry ........ 144 Goldman, Evelyn ..... 157 Goldman. Xahum . IOO Goldring. M.S ....... 4O1 Golds, G. M ...... 100-405 Golds, H. D ........ 44-405 Goldsmith. I.E.. 44- - Goldsmith, M . A ..... 439 Goldsmith, P. H 281-309-332-411 Goldstein, A. P ....... 44 Goldstein, T. M ..... 416 Gokbtiek. Maurice ... 144 Goldwater, Leonard . .283 Good, Herbert ____ 344-402 Good, Marion ..... 467-511 Good, W. H... 178-97 Goodall. Harriet ...... 500 Goodman, Marguerite .464 Goodrich, Francis . . . .390 Goodrich, H. F. . 435 Goodrich, Mrs. H. L. .490 Goodspeed. W. S. .279-375 Goodyear, J. J ........ 379 Goodyear, Mrs. J. J. . .482 Goodyear, R. R ..... 351 Goorin, Theodore . . . 396 Gordon, J. C .......... 412 Gordon, L. E ........ 100 Gordon, L. S ........ IOO Gorenflo, O. C. . . .351-379 Gorman, R. C ........ 437 Gorsline, Frances .491-512 , J. X 100- 135-287-350 Gaugh, Harry 391 Gould7 H. S. . .297-360-107 Gould. L. M 409 Gould. L. C 180-351 Goulder. Portia 44- 278-279-280-281-306-464- 465-466-468-486-497-511 Goulding, H. J 197 Gove. C. C 376 Gow. J. L 379 Gowen, E. F . . .390 Gower, B. G 390 Grab. Robert 352-379 Grsble. Lamila 456 Graff, H. F 436 Graham. C. W 378 Graham, Frances 500 Graham, George 343- 349-422 Graham. L. J 44- 306-468-195 Gram, L. M. .331-382-404 Granger, R. A. . 172-359 Granito, Frank 345-364 Grant, L. R 124-493 Grant, W. H 314 GranviUe, Robert 393 Graulich, William 172- 278-279-297 Graves. A. 383 Graves, Dorothy 510 Graves, Eben M 376 Graves, Edith 4:, Graves. G. T 317-427 Graves, J. A 4O2 Graves, O. X 437-483 Gray, Archibald 373 Gray, H. E 431 Gray, H. W 45 Gray, Jessamine 515 Gray, K. M 45-397 Gray, R. T 22-45-4OO Graybiel, G. P 436 Green, A. J 155-157-349 Green. Bertha 157-477-511 Green, Mrs. C. B 472 Green, C. F 174 Green, Elizabeth . .466-511 Green, E. G 411 Green, G. F 381-433 Green, I. W Green, L. A 100 Green, M. D. .276-277-4(12 Green, O. M 134-418 Green, Mrs. Otis 494 Greenbaum, Milton . . .288 Qm at re. .u:. ' f i 4 ' - 277-4O3 Greenberg, Solomon ..364 Greenberg, W. W 144 Greene, A. E 381 Greene, Florence 489 Greene. I. W 383 Greene, J. H 45 Greenebaum, M. L. . . 4O3 Greenebaum, Samuel . 396 Greenfield, H 450 Greenhorn, A. 389 Greenman, E. F 45 Greenbough, Catherine. 45- 306-464-468-487 Greenwald, Dorothy .291- 471-511 Greenway. C. M 379 Gregg. A. F 436 Gregg, W. C 144-429 Gregory, Alexander 45-409 Gregory, E. P. . . .322-409 Gregory, Richard. . .45-387 Gregory, R S 141- 145-346-437 Gridley, Laura 487 Gridley. Winifred 487 Griest, Richard ... .373 Griffin. C. E. 316-447-501 Griffin, G. H. . . 323-359 Griffin, Marian .... 516 Griffin. Mary . 45-474-490 Griffith. O. K 443 Griffith, Raymond 172-444 Griffith, W. H. 319-446-483 Griffiths, Catherine ..495- 512 Grigsby, C. E 323 Grigsby, J. B 445 Grisier, D. K. 297-317-399 Grismore, G. C 435 Grismore, Mrs. Grover 505 Grobler, G. H. 145 Groff, B. A 351-430 Groff, Edna 499 Groff, Walter 397 Gross, Rudolph 45-344-368 Groves, B. E.. 483 Gruby, C. W 368-388 Gruenbauer, G. F. 158-349 IXDEX Grundy. H. B. . . .398-441 Gruscnow. W. F. . .45-448 Grvlls, J. R. J. ...304-376 Grylls, RG. F 376 Guenis. M. A. 368 Guensberg, E. A. . .46-414 Guenther, E. J 437 Guernsey, E. D 297 Guernsey, Martha 497 Guilford, Mina 46 Gulbransen, E. P 297 Gunn. J. W 4O6 Gunther, J. E 440 Guske. Carl 3O4 Gustine, Helen ..466-511 Gut he, Mrs. Karl 488 Gustov, Isadore 416 Haas, C. H 393 Haass, O.I 46 Hack, Beatrice 503 Hackbarth, Ermine . .478- 48O-496 Hacker, G 34O-4O9 Hackett, D. F 438 Hadgman, C 316 Hadley, P 381 Hagameir, R. D. . . .46-421 Hagener, Lucile 514 Hagerman, C. L 278- 279-295 Hagerman, H. . 46 Haggarty, G. S 375 Hague, R F 46 Haidle, A. W 407 Haidle, W. C 429 Haight, Antoinette . . 478 Haight, H. H 4O6 Haight, J. B 385 Hainer, Lilah 512 Haines, D. H 398-441 Haines, Irene 5O6 Hackusui, M. S 366 Haldar, Asha 510 Hale, C. G. . . .297-406-449 Hale, H. L. . . .278-279-302 Hale. H. R 351 Halfert, Elizabeth 502-511 Halfhill, J. W 120- 124-330-385-438 Halgren, H. X 394 Halgrim, R. E. 279-302-397 Hall, A. G 197-393 Hall.C. G 101 Hall, E. W 124-434 Hall, Grace H. ...343-490 Hall, H. T 386 Hall.H. .. 284-285-302-384 Hall, Helen . . .46-487-490 Hall House 514 Hall, L. D 46 Hall, L. H 410 Hall, Pauline 500 Hall, R. E : . 124-434 Hall, R B 46 Hall, R T 22-4O6 Hall, Mrs. W 499 Halladay, Hope 460- 471-488-496 Hallenbeck, Geneva 46-156 Hallett, Marian . .503-513 Halley, J 355 Halline, Genevieve ...478 Hallinen, R. J. 423 Hallon, Harriett. . .477-512 HaUowell, R 135 Hally, P J 132-135 Halsey, Catherine 46 Halsey, R 352-388 Halton, Kathleen 343 Hambley, Margaret . . . 158 Hamel, J. J 158- - - -79-359-402 Hames, W. T 385 Hamill, C. C 41O Hamill, H. F 47 Hamilton, Geraldine. . .492 Hamilton, Jean 511- 512-513 Hamm, F. C 434 Hammer, H. G. ...47-389 Hammock, Jess 402 Hammond, T. D 411 Hammond, T. A 101 Hampton, V. W 421 Han, Julia 158-365-511 Hancock, Jeanette. 47-497 Hanford, C. M 359 Hanford, J. H 378 Hanford, Mrs. J. H. . .507 Hanft, C. F. 321-340-351 Hang, E. C 90- 91-101-328-339-444 Hanlon, Helen 47-510 Hanna, A. J 47-344 Hanna, Idella 47 Hanna, F. R 47 Hanna. M . E 145-432 Hanna. T. B 179-380 Hannah. Eleanor . .47-343 Hainan Eunice 158 Hans, O. H 385 Hansehnan. Margaret .503 Hanselman. W. F. 22- 47-306-383 Hansen, E. D 310 Hansen. J M 406 Hanslavosky. J. S 310 Hanson. X. R 47-386 Hardenburgh, Alice ... .47 Harder, Daisy 506 Harding, Helen 47-510 Harding, Lillian 5O1 Hardy, C. W 124-436 Hardy, Elsie 465 Hardy. F. W 354 Harkfield, A 407 Harfcy, F. M 173-443 Harmon, V. C 47-400 Harold. G 391 Harper, F. R 316 Harper, R 310-340 Harrington, H. L 318 Harrington, H 382 Harrington, Mildred . .47- 497 Harris, E 418 Harris. G 348-357 Harris, H. A 351 Harris, Mary 48-510 Harrison, Alice 491 Harrison, C. G 101 Harrison, Charlotte . .464- 511 Harrison, G. U 48-314 Harrison, Grace 392 Harrold, T. G 287 Harryman, E. G 379 Harryman, W. . . .330-428 Hart, F. P 178-402 Hart, L. D 48 Hart, Russel 395 Hart, V. L 436 Hart, W. D 448 Hartle, W. G 295 Hartleb, M.P. .. U8 Hartley, Aileen 511 Hartman, G. B. 423 Hartshorn, Dorothy . 477- 482-487 Hartwell, A 4OO-446 Hartwell, M 344 Hartwick, E. N 379 Hartwick, E. E 48- 289-360-405 Hartwig, Herta 497 HarUell, B. H. . .401 Harvey, Klhira 456 Harvey, John 373 Harvey, Ruth 513 Harvie, W. H .393 Harwick. Sayde .48-476- 477-191 Hawaii, E. F. . .48-445-449 Haskell, Mary- 487 Haskell, W. C 389 Hasill, A 348 Haskin, J. C. . . 278-279-397 HMifiniT. C. W 101 Hiirkinr E. D 48- 343-352-415 Haskins, Elizabeth . .512 Hasley, C. K 433 Hassberger, J. B. .306-434 Hastings, R. E 408 Hathaway, H. W. 297-448 Halt, R. T 48-295 Hattendorf, H. . . .333-390 Hatton, Kathleen ..4 1 7 Hanwnan, B. F 323 Hauxhurst, Elizabeth .48- 495 Hawhen. Helen ..487-510 Hawkes, K. M 297 Hawkes, S. S. . 135-295-442 Hawkins, H 368 Hawkins, Marian. . 169-498 Hawley, F. E 373 Hawley, H. M 381 Hawley, Mrs. Harry . 489 Hawn, Eleanora .182-456 Hawxhurst, M. M. . . .381 Hay, J. A 44O Hayden, P. M 278- 279-402-449 Hayder, J. R 390 Hayes, Frances 48-477-510 Hayes. Gertrude . . . 49-490 Hayes, H. E 440 Hayes. L. T. 101-359 Hayes, L. E 318 Hayes, R. R 440 Hayes, Wesley 407 Haynes, L. W. . .374-428 Hays, H. E 135 Hays, J. G 382 Hays. Luvern 49- 183-416-463-464-469-475- 476-477-5O3-51O Hays, Margaret . .463-494 Hays, Mary 464- 471-489-494 Hays, R. R 49 HeaW, A. A. 49-297-4O6 Healy, J. C 101 Heard. L. W 101 Bearding, W. S 400 Heath, B. L 101-446 Heath, F. M 398 Heath. Mrs. Homer .490 Heath, H. L 3O2-3O4 Heath, W.H 336- 360-393-398 Heatley, R F. 121-124-330 Heavenrich, Carrie 49 Hebauf , Helen 466 Heidbreder, H. W 22- 49-390 Heideman, Esther 467 Heideman, George . . . 135- 391-435 Heideman, Mrs. George 495 Heideman, RE 49- 402-441 Heidman. K. P 391 Heil, H. C. . . 384 Heiman, H. H 432 Heinald. C. H 49 Heinz, Caroline 49-473-513 Heiser, Jewel 507 Helferich, E. R 101 Heller, Catherine 117- 324-472-510 Helm, Marjorie 505 Hempel, Mme. Frieda .482 Henack, Doris 516 Hendershot, W. P 415 Henderson, Alma . .49-513 Henderson, C. W 101 Henderson, H. W 391 Henderson, Mary 49 Henderson, Orra 492 Henderson, R J 3O6 Henderson, Thelma . . .49- 352-486-507-510 Henderson, W. G. 101-4O7 Henderson, W. H 295 Henderson, W. P 22- 337-395 Hendricks, Charlotte . .479 Henkel, L. P 439-483 Henrikson, Alis 164 Henrikson, H 164 Henry, L. T 428 Henshaw, H. C 394 Hepburn, F. D 278- 279-383 Herbert, W. S 368 Herdman, E. K 497 Herman, J. M 411 Herman, Lillian . . .49-503 Hermitage 404 Herrick, A. V 377 Herrick, W. . . .49-283-449 Herrman, G. R. . . .315-433 Hershdorfer, L. J 49- 278-279-280-281-284-320- 413-441 Hersman, Marion .... 135 Hert, C. B. . .124-378-433 Heston, L. G 388 Heston, W. M 210 Hettinger, F. B 135- 388-435 Hettrick, W. E. . . .50-37 Heusel, Hildegarde ...493 Heyer, Marie 50 Heyl, A. F 124- 297-314-422 Heyt, J. W 411 Hibbard, Winoca. ... 278- 279-512 HJckey, P. M 315-330 Hicks, E. R 117-368 Hicks, H. H 437 Hieber.L. E 411 Hieftje, J. J. . . 158-310-349 Hierholzer, F. R 405 Higbie, H. H 444 Higgins, Cordelia 494 Higgins, E. J 278- 279-344-383 Higgins, G. J 314 Higgins, G. K. 297 Highley, Mrs A M. ..494 HigJey, Alice 456 Higuchi, Toyoji 366 Hildebrandt, Dora 489 Hildner. J. A. C 333 Hill , G. C. .. .3O2-3O4-380 Hill, L. F 437 Hill, T S . . .438 Hooper, J. C. . 132-135-435 Hooper, W. H. 102 INDEX Hume, James 22- 52-205-284-285-320-326- 339-389-441 Humphrey, Eunice 52-489 Humphreys, Elizabeth 171- 276-277-491-499 Humphreys, W. R. . . .333- 392-497 Hungerford, B. W. ...408 Hunick, Caral 513 Jay, P. . . . 145 Jayne, Alice 169 Jedele, E. J. . ...408 Jee, S. H 177-365 Jefferies, E. J. Jr 135- 395-442 Jeffery I ela 496 Kadow, Mable .55-506-511 Kagiya, Yaichi 366 Hill Vera 50-510 Hill WE 483 Hoot, Hazel 456-477 Hoot, R. A 102 Kahlcr, M. S 348 Kahn, Bernice 55-504 Kahn, E. A 428 Kahn, Lileon 35-508 Hiller L R 50 Hiller, Margaret . . .50-505 Hiller, P. G. ..343-499-510 Hillery, V. S 22- Hoover, Alice 151-152 Hoover H 306 Hoover, J. B 385 Kaiser, H. L 344 Kalmbach, L. J 55- 360-448 Kamerer, Ruth 4WI 50-206-275-320-326-339- 402-435 Hills, Mrs. C. K 495 Hoover, W. F 433 Jeffrey, Dorothy 460- 464-465-471-490 Hopkins, Mrs. Louis . .482 Hopp, C. A 51 Hills, C. R 436 Hills J H . .101-400 Hoppon, Charles 397 Hopwood, J. T 351 Hunt, Catherine ...52 77 Hunt, H. C 155- Jcnks, Ida 477-512 Kammer, Gladys . Kammer, Julia . . . .55-510 Kanaga, Vera 456 Kane, Helen 55-510 Kao, Chine Y 365 Kappa Alpha Theta 494 Kappa Beta Psi 398 Kappa Delta 502 Kappa Kappa Gamma .491 Kappa Nu 403 Kappa Sigma 388 Kappes, Louise O. . 492 Hilsinger, Harold 430 Hilton, V. J 349-409 Ho rbaugh, L. E 382 Horger, Lela 47 1 58-280-28 1-287-3 1 8-320- 339-349-405-449 Jenne, Pearl 1 54 Jenners, Dorothy 511 Himelstein, S. H 416 Hinchman, F. A. Jr. .135- 375 Hindes, H. M 393 Hori, Nobu 366-512 Horn, F. A. 91-102-328-387 Horn, R. D. . .297-314-409 Hornung, L. A 392 Hunt, Mary 117-472 Jennings, C. F 359 Hunt, Walter 407 Jennings, Ruth. . . .466-511 Jennison, Judith. . . .53-493 Jensen, Edith A. 54-343-510 Jerome, G. T 91- Hunt, Mrs. Walter ...482 Hunter, W 408 Hingley M G 323 Horton, W C 51 Hinkle-Witherspoon, Mme. Florence 482 Horwitz, Leona 51-508-518 Hosking Fred 407 Hunter, Grace 52- 92-470-510 Hunter, Irene 52-510 103-328-382 Jerome, Mary 514 Hinkley Frances 512 Hosmer, Virginia . 343-456 Hostetter, H B 102 Hinkley, M. G. ...101-359 Hinmon, Gladys 22-50-503 Hinricks, Charlotte 50-499 Hinsdale W B 431 Jerrell, J 297 Kaplan, Ruth 504 Kapur, L. C 55 Karle, Elsie 477 Karpenski, L. C 497 Kaser, G. S 404 Hostrup J W. 337- Hunter, T. J 309-442 Hunting, D. L 103 Huntington, A. L. 306-322 Huntington, E. J 381 Huntting, Seldon 348 Huo, C F 365 356-358-362-393 Hotchkiss, Dr. Walter 330- 433 Jerrell, P. M 124-431 Jeserich, P 400-429 Jeasup, M. K 359 Jewell, Mrs. J. B 482 Joachin Ralph 391 Hinshaw, Ann Marie . .50- 493 Hinshaw, W. W. Jr. . . 135- 377-J27 Kass, D 416 277-302-385 Houghton, Agnes 343 Hourener, H. S. . . 176-43 7 House, James Jr 205- 283-320-405-442-449 Housel, W. S 102- Katz, Eugenia 55 Katz, 8 343-364 Katz, Vera 55 Kauffman, K. C 497 Kaufman, S 396 Kawasaki, Ichizo 349-366 Kay, Bernice 504 Kay, Rena 504 Hurlburt, Olive 53 Jobin, A. J 343 Hurwich, Abe 414 Johantgen, J. F 433 Hirschman, Joseph . . .396 Husband, G. R 53 John, H. H 367 Husselman, J. N 344 John, V. P 103-332 Hirt, Paul 397 Hussey, W. J 497 Hutchens, Elizabeth 53-499 Hutchins, H. B 326- 374-427 Hutchins, Helen 489 Johnesse, Adeline 456 Johns, J. E 328-384 Johnson, Alice 501 Hirth, A C 382-427 331-354-357 Hitchcock, C. P. . . .50-510 Hover C S 382 Johnson, A. H 411 Kayser, Helen 343 Keane, W. G 440 Kearnsry, Virginia .... 494 Keefer, J. M 386 Keegan, Margaret Ann 464-477-489 Keeler, E. M 103 Keeler, Mrs. H. E. ...500 Keeler, N. S. . . 438 Johnson, Anita 501 Hitchcock, W. W. 379-427 Hixson, D. F 424 Howard, C. E 5W05 Howard, Ervin 423 Hyde, A. K. . . 173-337-388 Hyde, B. E 314-436 Johnson, A. S. . 174-330-436 Johnson, Blanche 513 Hoad, Hortense 306- 464-4S7 Howard, Helen 276- 277-503 Howard, Katherine 489 Howard, Theodore 400 Howard, W. J. .51-102-392 Hyde, Laura 500 Hymans, Ella 502 Johnson, C. S 179-443 Johnson, C. T. . . 393 Hymans, Olive 502 Johnson, D. E 394 Hoatkins, Judith . .343-504 I Ide, Sobei 366 Johnson, Dorothy .478-482 Johnson, Evelyn 456 Johnson, Helen ...491-512 Johnson, I. E 54 Keeler, P. S 368 Hobbs Winifred 343- Howe, K B 389 Keen, M 403 Keena, K 304 345-494 Howe, L. L 385 Kehoe, H. J 103 307-466 68-501-510 Hobson, Thelma 515 Hocking, Wilfred 307- 309-358 Hodge, R. W 102-415 Hodges, J. H 319 46 Hodgman, C 310 Howell, A A 376 Hand, R. H. . ..91-103-395 Iliff, D. G 103 Johnson, J. E 304-342 Johnson, J. J 22- 54-327-390 Johnson, N 310-340 Keidanz, Anne . . . .55-288 Keil, Margaret 465 Keim, H. L 315-428 Illi, W. W 53-360 Imerman, C. P 414 Imerman, Josephine ..504 Imerman, S. W 414 Keiper, G. F 428 Howell H I 102 Johnson, Oscar 54 Kcllar, K. C 278-279 Kelleher, Kathleen ...498 Keller, Doris 55-506 295-331-409 Howell, Ruth .278-477-512 Howell, Mrs. R. B. ...495 Howland, Marion . . . .510 Howland, Mrs. W. A. .482 Howlett, F. J. . . 51-397 Johnson, Owen 54 Johnson, R. H. 389 Imhoff, Wava 165 Immel R K 307 Johnson, R. R 54-316 Johnson, R. W 145 Johnson, S 332 Keller, P 342 Keller, Frances .55-56-475 Keller, S 145-364-4111 Kelley D 400 Hodgson, Genevieve 50-510 Hoeffin, A. S 102-342 Hoek, Beatrice 50- Ind, W W 53 Inghram, Jack . ...402 Ingle, R T 406 457-465-486 Hoek, G E. 51-344 Ingley, F 53 Inglis, Mrs. James 494-503 Iota Sigma Pi 475 Ireland P M 385 Johnson, Stephen Jr. . . 103 Johnson, S. C 383 Johnson, Telia 105 Johnson, T 381 Johnson C T 331 Kelley, F. J 55-406 Kelley, P. H. :il()-442 Hewlett, H. E 442 Howlett, Mary 52 Hoerle J P 440 Kellogg,.!. W 310-359 Kelly, C 141-145-432 Kelly Dorothy 343- Hoff N S 393 Hoyer, Ray 302 Hoff, Mrs. N. S 495 H offer, C. E. ..51-382-434 Hoffman, Forest . . .51-181 Hoffman, George ....304- 1339-392 Hoffman, Hazel ..483-499 Hoffman, Hymer .416-428 Hoffman, L. W 405 Hoffman, R A. 51 Hoyt, D. F 431 Irey, P. R 483 Irving A G 437 Hoyt, Elizabeth 21- Johnston, E. V. ... 124-433 Johnston, Fanny 516 Johnston, Florence . . .494 Johnston, F D 323 456-46i;-.-,or, Kellv, Florence 473 Kelly, H V 103 52-288-470-477-486-49 1- 510 Hoyt, Genevieve . . .52-491 Hoyt, R C. 443 Irving, H. T 53-J47 Irwin, B. A 103-430 Kelly, J W 125- Irwin, M. E 349 275-320-326 338-440 Kclsey, Mme. Corrine .482 Kclsey, E. T. 378 Hoyt, Thora 491 Hsu, Rufus 365 Hsu, W L 365 Irwin, W. D 434 Isabelle, E. R 53- 206-257-310-349-389 Ives, J. R 378 Ives, Mary . . .464-468-489 Ives, Mrs. M. A 482 tzor, Pauline ... .500-511 Johnstone, Mary M. . . .54 Jones, Catherine 507 Jones, C. B 283-440 Kelsey, F. W. .378-391-490 Kempf, Mrs 496 Kempf, L. W 103- 319-323-446 Kenaga, Vera 467 Kendall, C L 409 Hoffmaster, H R. 117 Hsu, Ying 365 Jones, C. P 295 Jones, C R. 54-448 Hofstetter, Fodelma ..494 Hoheisel, Amelia Rose .51 Hoheisel, F R. 102-331 Hua, J. T F 365 Huang, C. S 365 Hubach, C C 283-382 Jones, Deborah . . . .54-493 Jones, Elroy 512 Jones, G. M. 418 Hohn, Eleanora 507 Hubacker, E. F 102-359 Hubbard, G S 429 Jacka, P. G. 359 Hohn, R B 349 Jones, H. A 136-435 Jones, H. B 431 Kendoll, Mae Lenore .155- 158 Kendel, T 302 Holbrook, Evans 374 Hubbard, H H 172- Holden, A J . 304-380 287-334-347-388 Hubbard, L. S 52 Hubbard, R G. 434 Jones, K. P 120- Holdsworth, M. J 436 Hoey, H D 171- Jackman, H. W. . . 103-297 Jackson, Frances 53- 343-473-510 Jackson, G. L. . . 318 245-297-314-432-436 Jones, L. D 393 Jones, Margaret 464- 465-512 Kenigson, G 364 Kenna, K. A 386 Kennedy, J E 382 278-279-333-383-441 Holland, L. N 102 Holland, T W. 359 Hubbard, W C 417 Huber, C P 395-490 Huber, G. C. .315-330-428 Huber, J. F. . . 284-285-395 Huber, Lucy 52- 469-476-477-490 Kennedy, J. W 319 Kennedy, Margaret . . .489 Kenner, J. F 56 Kent, Geneva C 56 Kent, R. S 445 Kcnyon, H 277 Kenyon, H A 3 ' U Holland, Esther ..482-497 Hollands, W. C 393 Jackson, J. C 422 Jacobs, Charlotte 493 Jontz, J. W. 431 Jordan, Natalie 54- 343-352-473-512 Joseph, J. . 358 Hollinen, R. J 143 Hollis, Laurella 464- 503-510 Jacobs, Leone . .53-477-502 Jacobs, Minard . . . 124-396 Jacobson, Ann .... 158-513 Jaicks, D. W 374 465-471-477-499 Hollister, K L. 398 Huebner, J. F 52-354 Huehl, W H 52 Joseph, J. H 136-397 Hollister, R D. T 307 Huff, Helen 22-52 Joy, Mrs. H. P. 511 Kenyon, J. H 387 Kepler, K 340-349 Holm, D A. 287-359 Huff, M Louise 489 Joyner, N. Jr. 22- Holmes, F. H 359-384 Holmes, H. R. 51 Huff, Sidney Helen . . .489 Hughes, B L 52-358 James, B. J 408 54-326-390 Judson, D. S 389 Judson, J 348-407 Jump, H. A. 386 Kepler, M. J 415 Kerenkiewiez, B. L. . . .348 Kerlikowski, A. C 125- 421-436 Kerker, P 56 James, C. H 103-331 Holmes, J. 309 Hughes, R D 411 Holms, G A. 102 Huick, F S 349 135-317-329-442 Holt, Elizabeth 490 Huicks, Sarah 487 Junior Girls ' Play Commit- tee 460 Holt, J. M 433 Holzman, Alfred 403 Holtzman, Esther . 352 Hulbert, Elizabeth . . . .490 Hulett, V. E 102-359 Hull, R. P 135 James, R. F 182 Kerlin, W. W 103 James, W. R 374 Jameson, Elizabeth. . . .502 Jamison, H. W 387 Jantzen, J. W 342 J-Hop Committee 337 luster, E. . 401 Kern, R O. 136 Kerr, K. 276-277-379 Homberger, H. W 443 Homer, Mme. Louise .482 Honeychurch, R. J. . . .382 Hoo, A. K. . 365 Hull, C. B. 407 Justice, J. W. 295 Kerr, L . 56-278-279 Hullett, H. C 348 K Kerr, Marion 474-499 Kerr, Marjorie 284- 285-288-503 Kerr, R. O. . 385 Hullhorst, Catherine . 168- 169 Hulscher, Elaine ..343-512 Hulse, S. H. . . 390 Jarvis, M.. . 169 Hookey, J. A. . . 431 Jarzem, B. F. B 124 Kadow, Edna 467- Hooper, Estelle . 499 497-551 Kerr, W. W. 379 INDEX Kersey, Virginia 512 Knode, R. T 22- Lambertson, F. V 310 Levinson, H 59 Lowe, Eleanor 515 Kesler, S 145-412 57-206-226-238-326-339- Lambertson, Louise. 58-47 7 Levinson, R. . . 276-277-401 Lowe, W. F 322-360 Kessell, Mary Catherine 389-447 Lambda Chi Alpha 399 Levitte, R. V 420 Lowenstein, D 396 343-48 489 Knowlson, Olive 488 Lambrecht, E. F 22- Levy, Caroline L 59 Lown, H. F 432 Kessler, C: F 410 Knox, W. C 295 58-339-382-447 Levy, Edith 456-508 Lu, H 365 Ketcham, K. E 331 Kober, J. M 431 Lammy, J. V 58 Lewellyn, F. E 392 Lucas, C. E 105-342 Ketcham, Lorna 56- Kober, P. M 125 Lamoree, J. G 389 Lewis, A. R 359 Luchek, J 368 343-477 Koch, C. S 383 Lamoree, T. G 389 Lewis, C. W 344-390 Ludington, Fandira . . .60- Ketchum, Mrs. Carrie 494 Koch, 1 396 Lampe, E. C 398 Lewis, D. J 118-398 497-510 Ketchum, K. E 104 Koch, Marion 22- Landowski, 250 Lewis, Elizabeth .456-479 Ludington, S. G 406 Ketcik, M. M 145 57-278-279-463-469-497 Landy, M. R ..58-349-403 Lewis, Ethelyn M 473 Ludlum, L. C 121- Ketelhut, P. J. ...117-287 Koebbe, Edythe 456 Lane, Dorothy 477 Lewis, Mrs. George ..487- 126-330-339 Kettenning, H. G 104 Koehn, Genevieve .57-343 Lane, V. H 378-127 490 Lumly, I. D 106 Kevin, Hazel J. . . . 179-436 Koeing, H. B 383 Lang, A. C 105-389 Lewis, H. B 319-446 Lund, H 287 Kevin, P. R 348 Koepel, Dorothy 154- Lang, R 284-285 Lewis, H. L 432 Lundahl, H. W... ..146- Keydel, K. R. 287-295-444 155-158-475-498 Langdon, Elna 503 Lewis, Lucille 487 407-437 Keyser, Helen 491 Koester, C. J. .276-277-389 Langford, T. S 433 Lewright, R. R 278- Lundell, Clara 482 Khoury, I. J 56 Kolb, B 396 Langthom, Alice . .489-512 279-442 Lundin, E. H. 116-118-339 Kidd, Arthur Leo . .56-418 Kolb, Marion 489 Lapez, Macias 352 Lewy, S 396 Lurie, A 60-343 Kidder, W. K 336-402 Kolb, N. C 91-373 Lapham, Elizabeth ...491 Lexen, M. F 118 Lustfield, U. E 309 Kiebler, M. L 397 Kolk, M 165 Lapham, Marie 503 Lexon, R 348 Lutz, Irene 503 Kief, P. N 432 Kolk, Sylvia 165 Lamed, C. G 348 Li.TsingL 365 Luzinaris, L 432 Keifer, Frieda 473 Kolwicz, B. P. 104-332-350 Lamed, Florence 506 Lichtenberg, W. G. . . .60- Lynch, R. E 126-438 Kiefer, L. E 443 Komito, S 412 Larson, Emil P. ..322-392 206-213-217-327-377 Lynch, T. J. . . 328-339-435 Kilborn, P. T 56 Konald, Grace 496 Lash, L. M 436 Lichtenwalter, M. C. ..60 Lynd, D. E 60 Kilbury, W. G. ... 125-436 Koon, C. S 360 Lasher, G. S 318-402 Lichty, D. M 319 Lyon, Frances 488 Kilo, R. F 359-404 Koon, Edith 496-507 Laskey, H. S 391 Liebermann, Elizabeth Lyons, Agnes 276- Kilpatrick, Lucia L. . .465- Koon, Margaret E. 180-351 Lasley, E. D 444 278-279-467-486-502 277-355-456 486-487 Koploy, B. B 57 Latham, L. L 58 Lyons, Mrs. C. J 500 Kilpatrick, H. S 394 Koroloshin, J 349 Lathers, Lillian 477 Lien N 365 Lyons, F. W 382 Kilpatrick, Mana F. . . .56 Koster, A 407 Latson, M. D 172 Li T L 125 Lyons, H. W 402 Kimball, F. M 121- 125-J33 Kovan, D. D 450 Koykka, T 407 Latta, H. K 297 Latten, Mrs 482 Lightbody, W. H. .105-391 Lilley Mabel 493 Lyons, J. K 429 Kimball, W. S 386 Kraft, W. G 400 Lattin, N. D 295 Lillis M J 105 Kimmick, F. A 287 Kratz, F. S 172-334 Landman, L. L 278 Kimura, R. A 366 Kratz, W. C 172-302- Lau, Clara 466 Lindbold A 332 M Kinai, Fumi 366 304-305-334-347-360-395 Lauver, Elizabeth .471-490 Maass, Frances 516 Kindel, T. G 171- Kraus, Mrs. E. H 499 Laurimore, Burley 58 340-344-409 Macauley, Gertrude . .343- 276-277-333-386-447 Kraus, E. H. .318-321-380 Law, D 368 466-498 King, Bertram 408 King, Helen 456-472 King, H. W 331 King, Mrs. Horace ...499 King, J. E 56-408 King P B 56 Kraus, Margaret 57- 463-469-486-499 Kraus, R. H 287- 334-347-390-473 Krause, P. E 395 Kreis, C. C. 22-57-327-427 Law, Janet 165 Law, R. D 309 Lawley, G. F 399 Lawrence, E. D 388 Lawrence, G. B 448 Lawrence, H. C 397 Linn, F. G 434 Linthicum, J. C. 352 Linton, R. C 105 Lippold, Dorothy B. . 158- 459-473-510 Lipscher, J. R 401 MacCallum, C. L 428 MacDonald, A. H 405 MacDonald, Constance 488 MacDonald, Ruth . . . .488 MacDuff, H 407 MacDuff, K. R. . . 106-271 King, Ruth 56-464-502 Kingdon, H. 104-342 Kingery, R. H 180 Kingman, Elizabeth . . .56- 477-510 Kreis, Katherine . .493-511 Krell, B 104-416 Kressbach, Karl C. . . .443 Kritz, B. R 444 Krom, Eita 57-508 Lawrence, Mrs. J. F. . . 494 Lawrence, K 105 Lawrence, R. L 388 Lawrence, Rodney .... 379 Lawrence, Rosemary . . 276- Listmann, C. W 105 Literary Scientific ....341 Little, G 213 Little, J. E 60-392 Littlefield, E. W. .348-357 MacEwan, D. C 432 MacFaddon, C 60 MacFarlen, Dorothy ..493 MacGillvray, Louise .... 60 MacGregor, M . J. ... 132- Kruger, J 401 277-476 136-329 Kingory R 429 Kruger, W 125- Lawson, B. V 418 Liu, J. S 365 MacGregor, J. C 383 Kingston, Marion . . . .494 Kinney, C. W. ... 104-359 Kinney, Francis 515 Kinsel, H. W 104 Kinsel, L. J 437 Kipke, H 171-210- 219-221-237-333-339-384 Kirchner, A... ...315 Kirk, A. D 125-31.5-434 Kirk, B 8-219-224 Kirkpatrick, L. W 90- 297-401-450 Krumboltz, Dwight J. 440 Kruszka, J. F. . 104-342-350 Krzyminski, A. M. . . .104- 350-359 Krzyminske, B. V 350 Kubota, Shozo 366 Kucera, Mrs. Joseph . .482 Kueuyel, Mildred ....511 Kugel, F. O. 104-407 Kuhl, C. P. . 104-342 Kuhlman, K 57- Lawton, J. P 171- 297-304-337-362-367 Lawton, L. B 436 Lawton, Shirley ..477-494 Lay, C. H 437 Lay, L. W 105 Layman, R. 287 Layton, Feme P 58 Lazzari, Caroline 482 Leach, L. L 359 Leatherman, A. G. .59-474 Leatherman, M. G. 59-283 Liverance, H. J. . . .22-60- 206-291-339-367-392-497 Livingston, P. L. . 177-351 Livingstone, C. 390 Lloyd, Alice 482-489 Lloyd, A. H. . . 197-406-421 Lloyd, Mrs. A. H. 489-193 Lloyd, Llewellyn 132- 136-329-379 Lloyd, P. C 428 Locke, Helen 479-516 MacGregor, J. R. 394 MacGregor, R. W 434 Maclnnes, W. R 483 Maclnnes, Margaret . . .60 Maclntyre, Margaret .61- 491 Mack, C. W 378 Mack, E. C 378 Mack, F. C 510 Mack, J. E 278- 279-280-281-289-376 Mack, L. E 175- 104-328-380 Kirsch, G. W. 297-360-405 Kirsch, J. N 389 Kirschman, R. V 388 Kirschner, E. A 403 369-463-476-510 Kuhn, C. L 58-396 Kulachan, Yen 104 Kullman, R. J 104 Kumasawa, Yoshiyasu 366 Le Beau, Mary R 515 Lechlitner, Ruth . .59- 291-474-510 Lee, A. P 418 Lee, Mrs. Alfred 491 Locke, M. C 406 Locke, S. S 60-348 Locker, J. C 398 Lockton, J. D 385 Lockwood, A. L 314- 276-277-343-404 MacKavanauph, T. . . .498 Mackel, J . .387 Mackel, V. F 61-387 MacKensie, R. C 383 Klaassen, Frances 57 Klassen, C. W 297 Klaver, M. A 22- Kuo, Peng 365 Kuorr, Ester H 165 Kupka, E 58 Kurtz, C. T 344-385 Lee, Haiang C 365-368 Lee, Pao C 365 Leem, Ping W 365 Lee, Rosabel 491-512 391-421 Lockwood, C. E. 126 Lockwood, G. L 141- 146-429-483 MacKenzie, K. J 340- 351-446 MacKenzie, Muriel 61 Mackland, W 384 57-359-387-441 Kuster, K. C 483 Lee, W. J 105-365 Lockwood, Julia 497 Mackoy, M. D 437 Kleekamp, H. G 121- Kwak, F 350 Lee, Yih Kong .... 59-365 Lockwood, S. P 391 MacLaren, Isabel 516 Kivong, Ming T 365 Leenhonts, W. R. . .59-384 Loeb, R. A 60-396 MacLaughlin, W. A. . .394 Kleene, Mrs. H. ..374-489 Kyer, Mrs. C. F 495 Leeson, C. B 105 Logic, Clare C 159 MacLean, Martha . . . .61- Klein, A 57-239-401 Kynast, Blanche 171- Le Fevre, Alice J 468 Lombard, W. P 433 456-500 Klein, Leonore 508 307-465-467-168-471-502 Le Fevre, C 483 Long, Elizabeth G. ...489 MacNeil, C. K 392 Klein, R 396 Le Fevre, W. M. . 12 439 Long, P. H 377-428 MacQueen, K. L 393 Klein, Quentm ...295-297 Legg, S. 158 Looby, Margarita .... 513 MacTaggart, D 106- Klein, V. W 57-414 L Lehman, L. C 357 Looly, Margaret 155 332-374 Klemhexel, J. L. . . 174-436 Laansma, J. A 344 Lehman, P. E 386 Loomis, Elizabeth .... 159 MacVay, W. A 431 Klemstiver, J. L 141- LaBadie, J. H 126- Lehman, Rose Le May 59- Loomis, J. L 406 Madalia, H. 1 416 145-429 315-330-428 495 Loomis, L. L 418 Madden, Clare 141-146-437 Kleinstuck, Mrs. Anna 515 Labadie, J. J 121 Lehr, Marion ..59-465-510 Lorch, E 324-443-182 Madden, A 390 Klepser, K. C 136 LaBarge, O. J 125 Leighly, J. B 322 Lord, C 432 Maddin, M. M. . .359-412 de Klerk, J. S 145 Lacy, N. E 406-434 Leijziger, Eleanor . . . .504 Lord, Margaret 464- Madison, D. B. ... 146-429 Kleyn, Maude 482-495 Ladd, Alphra 343-512 Leingang, W. C 342 478-480 Maeda, F. Y " 366 Kliatscho, M. G. . 174-450 Ladd, J. R 145 Leisen, F. A 287 Loree, D. D 378 Maeder, E. C 360-405 Klimek, J 350 Ladd, Mrs. S. W 494 Leishman, E 165 Loree, I. L 428 Maeder, L. A 405 Kline, E. L 116- Ladner, H. Brack . .58-389 Leiter, Ruth Ann 59 Losch, F 386 Maentz, G. C 421 118-324-443 Ladwig, W. C 58 Le Long, Clifford 344 Lou, Clara 511 Magrath, R. H. . . 171-384 Klmesteker, R. E 437 La Fever, S. L 436 Le Loof, R 437 Loug, L. H 417 Mahaffy, Esther 477 Kling, H. C 125-436 Laidlaw, B. E 118 Lem, P. S 365 Louisell, W. C 392 Mahaffy, R. F. 61-354-448 Klingman, Theophil . .434- Laidlaw, Helen 165 Leonard, Charline . . . .489 Long, Lewis H 417 Maier, N 61-349 494 Laidman, Helen 508 Leonhard, Lee West . . 105 Losie, W. E 105-342 Maihofer, A. G 106- Klingman, W. 125- Lain, D 58-448 Lepard, C. W 394 Louie, D. 483 342-347 434 Laird, W. M 445 Les Voyageurs 357 Loukusa, H. R. ... 159-349 Maitland, Dorothy 486-487 Klooy, Dorothy . . .57-510 Laitner, Ruth 512 Leslie, L. H 319-446 Lounsberry, G. H 379 Maitland, G. R 394 Kloty, Edith 158-510 Lake, O. W 415 Leta, J 59-345 Louthan, Mary T 511 Makielski, L. A 443 Knapp, Dorothy 495 Lally, L. J 389 Leung, Tsau M 365 Lovejoy, C. Patrick . . .320 Makielski, Mrs. Leon .502 Knapp, E. L 446 Lally, T. B 58-389 Leven, Emily 504 Lovejoy, E. Parish ... .22- Malcolm, G. F. ... 136-435 Knapp, Marie 57-510 Lam, H. K. H 365 Le Veque, Marjorie ... .59 441-491 Malcomson, Mary . . . .488 Knapp, W. A 377 Lam, J. W 365 Levi, Mrs. Maritz ....504 Lovell, A. H 178 Maldonado, G 106 Knight, H. H 404 Lamar, J. S. ... 58-392-427 Levin, A 105-342 Lovell, Bethany 276- Malherbe, J. S 146 Kniskern, P 283 Lamar, N. L 418 Levin, Emelie 59 277-306 Malin, H. V. . 141-146-437 Knisley, June 464-491 Lamb, Eilene 352 Levin, Sarah . . . 59-456-508 Loveman, A 396 Malursterie, T. 448 Mallock, C. D. ... 106-387 Mallory, Mrs. Herbert 486- 491 Malone, Pauline 501 Maloy, Elizabeth 338- 456-489 Maltby, D. C 295-402 Manchester, H. S. 356-442 Manchester, Mary K. ..61 Manchester, R. A 409 Manderbach, G. W. . . 136 Mangold, K P . . . 106 Mauriel, J. . 345 INDEX Millen, D C . 376 McComb, Ruth . ...276- 277-505 McConkey, G. M. 324-443 McCormick, N. W. 6.5-295 McCotter, R. E 436 McCracken, C. K 287 McCracken, W. H. 146-297 McCullough, R. L. ...402 McCully, Mary 466 McDermid, F. A 368 McDonald, Grace .497-512 McDonald, Lillian . . . .512 McDonald, Vivian . . . .506 McDowell, Elizabeth .466- 499 McDuff, H. W 182 McDuff, K. R 328 McEachern, T. H. 278-295 McEachran, Mary . . . .456 McElhose, L. G 359 McElloen, D. E 381 McElroy, D 397 McElwain, Emily .343-512 McFarlan, H. J 402 Mitts, C. A. ..279-387-478 Mock, C. J 373 Maus, N. F 448 Miller, Alma 499-512 Maxwell, J. H. ... 297 Miller, A. L 318 Miller, B. 412 Miller, Catherine E. ...63 Miller, C. R 389 Miller, Mme. Christine 482 Miller, D. J 63 Mock, Viola 165 Maxwell, R M 382 Mode, A. S. . . . .401 May, Alice 493 May, C. H 385 Moe, D. E. . . . 141-146-483 Moffatt, O. C 64-408 May G A 318 Moffitt, T W 64 May, Marguerite 466 Mayberry, W 360 Mogk, Margaret 511 Mohler, Gertrude 497 Mohr, Florence . . . .64-4117 Moll, C. D 174 Monaweck, J. W. H.. .107- 35!) Moncure, Anne 502 Monroe, C. J 385 Monroe, R.J 174 Monroe, R. T 330 Montgomery, A. T 64 Montgomery, Mrs. A. F. 499 Montgomery, Kathryn 499 Montgomery, Mary . .486- 501 Montjoy, M.W 368 Moody, B 405 Miller, E. S 106 Maynahon, R. 107 Miller, Eleanor 502 Miller, F. W 445 Miller, G. E 126 Mazer, Elva 62 Meader, C. L 179-381 Meader, Laura ....62-501 Mears, G. E 106-342 Mechem, H. M 427 Meckle, F 384 Manion, WE 61 Miller, G. D 440 Miller, H. W 178-421 Miller, H B 107 Manley, B J 442 Manley, W. F. ... 174-434 Mannion, R J 368 Miller, H. W 390 Miller, H. J 107 Miller, Helen W. ..63-499 Miller, Col. H 198 Miller Hortence 464- Manogg, R. F 61 Mansfield, N 343-497 Mansfield, R 386 Manwaring, R. A 406 Mapcs, Dorothy . . 159-456 Mapes H M 429 Medalie, M. E 62 Medley, C 432 Meeker, G 141-146 Mefferd, R. W 62-297 Megare, Gaudence . . . .345 465-486-495 Miller, Irene 487 Miller, Jean 493 Miller, Jemina 477-512 Miller, J. D. ..297-314-315 Miller, J K 376 Margold, C. W 483 Margon H 438 Meiklejohn, J. R 374 Meiring, P 141-146 Meisel, Eleanore ..486-489 Mriss A R 327 Marin A 415 McFarland, R. A. .66-295- 307-3 10-3 1 6-340-344 -402 McFarlen, Dorothy . . .465 McGaughey, C. L. ... 132- 136-329-435 McGill.W. J. .319-321-446 McGillicuddy, O. B. .391- 433 McGinnis.J. C 278- 279-397-442 McGirty, D 319 Marin, F 352-415 Marion P E 388 Moody, E. C 415 Meiss, E R 22-62- Miller, J M 63 Moody, R. F 444 Markel Mary 165 207-279-304-320-396-44 1 Meister J B .106 Miller, Mrs. L 495 Miller, L S 107 Moon, E. L 382 Moon, Emma 343 Moon, Myra 495 Mooney, J. L 368-414 Mooney, R. H 107- 342-368 Moore, Alva 464-502 Moore, A. D 323-385 Markey J O 424 Markey, Mrs. Joseph .515 Marks B I 176 Meloche, C. C. 319-446-475 Meloche, Mrs. C. C....502 Mellen, Catherine .491-511 Mellen, G. B 173 Mellen, L 413 Mellencamp, P. L 159- 473-510 Meltzer, Louis .... 126-364 Mengel, F. E 404 Mengel, S. L 295-429 Menges, Janet 280-281 Menefer, F. N. ...388-497 ' Menke, W J 62-382 Miller, Lois 459-488 Miller, Lottie A 63 Miller, L 331-397 Miller, Marian 465 Marks, Gertrude 504 Marks, H. A 403 Marks Morris 403 Miller, Martha 488 Miller, N 63-343-344 Miller, N 315-344-438 Miller, Mrs N 488 Markt R F 389 M armor A J 409 McGraw, E. B 348 McGregor, H. A. .337-395 McGregor, W. G. ..66-392 McGurk, Madeline 465-466 McHenry, Geraldine .496- 511 Mclndoe, R. B 436 Moore, A. E 445 Marron Dorothy 498 Moore, E. V 304- 314-384-391 Moore, Mrs. E. V.. 482-489 Moore, E 343 Marron Helen 498 Miller, P. R 355-424 Miller, Mrs R 490 Marsh P 438 Marsh R O 398 Miller, R. B 399 Miller, T. H 397-434 Miller W G 22- Marshall J E 423 Moore, F. T., Jr 379 Moore, G 141-146 Marshall J H 436 Marshall, Dr. M 330 Marshall, Mrs. Mark .482 Marshall, Mrs. Max ..499 Marshall, M. Y 428 Marston L F 106 Men ' s Educational Club 349 Meranda, J. R. . . .331-388 Mergard, Lila 62-510 Merkle, C. C 174- 267-268-433 Merkel Dorothy 501 207-384-407 Millett, B. P 63-344 Mclnnes, W. .141-146-346 Mclnnis, Margaret . . .456 Mclntosh, Mrs 487 Moore, J G 379 Moore, Mary . . . .496 Moore, P. F 64-373 Millman, S 403 Mills, A. H 388 Mills, Mrs. H. B 495 Mills, Laura E. 63-469-488 Mclntosh, Cecil R. ...435 Mclntosh, Myrtle R. . .66- 515 Mclntosh, R B 108 Moore, P. M. .315-330-428 Moore, Mrs. P 494 Moore, R. H 64-391 Marston T F 377 Martha Cook 510 Moore, S 278-279 Martin, A. J 342 Merkle, Martha 482 Mclntyre, B. D 390 Mclntyre, F. D 432 Mclntyre, Henrietta ..514 Moore, Mrs. S 491 Moore, W. F 91- Merner, T 333 473-475-499 Martin, D. M. ...276-375 Martin, F. H 383 Merner, W. H 171- Mimes 304 107-302-323 Moore, W. P 64-377 Moore, W. S 432 Mero, Mme. Yolando. .482 Merriam, C 338-375 Merriam, R. D. . .359-483 Merrick, H B 400 Minor, N. S 418 Mclntyre, Mary 492 Mclssac, A. M 66 McKay, H. B 387 Martin G S 390 Mitchell, E. D 213- 294-318-394-497 Mitchell, H 107 Mitchell, H. C 63-348 Mitchel, H. F. 107-368-415 Mitchell, J 391-441 Mitchell, L. A 376 McAdams, 0. K 126 McAllister, R. S 375 McAlpine, R. K 319- 430-446-475 McAneff, H. P. . . .424 Moran, F. T 126 Moreland, E. S 107- 109-342 Morency, Beulah .... 155- 180-477 Morey, J. 297 Morey, Ruth 503 Martin H . 384 Martin, Helen 478-516 Martin, H. E 445 Martin, J. H 61 Martin I L 174 McKay, Olive 490 Merrick, H. J. .310-355-424 Merrill, C. J 377 Merrill, E. F 406-434 Merrill, J 136-318-435 Mersereau, J. R. . .284-285 Mertens R E 62 MeKechnie, C. .. .354-398 McKelvey, W. G 66 McKensie, L. L 417 McKenzie, Doris I. 66-505 McKenzie, R. G 433 McKenna, J. P. . . . 424 Martin J W 389 Martin, Irene . . . .120-492 Martin, Mrs. Percy . . .515 Martin, R. 61- 277-327-390 Martin R S 359 Morgan, C ' . L 421 Morgan, Elizabeth . . . .64- 344-tSO Morgan S H 388 Merzon, M 62 Mesner, E 348-400 Messinger, Mrs. H 136 Metcalfe, C 405 Method, V. H 62 Metsger, Ida 456 Metyger, Helen . . .464-511 Meyer A A 383 McKinley, Mary L. . . .4811 McKinney, Amanda 66-491 MeKinney, D. H 126 McKinney, H. D 108- 309-328-331 McKinney, H. R 90 McKnight, H. E. . .66-121 McKnight, J. W 358 McLachlan, P. ...108-113 McLarty, G 108-115 McLaughlin, D. B. .66-359 McLaughlin, Mrs.W. A. 323-482 McLaughlin, W. P. . .360- 443-498 McLaren, Helen ' .478 McLean, Marion M. ..66- 490 McLean, Martha ..22-465 McLean, W. P 427 Mcl.endon, J. J 418 McLeod, Aileen 66 McLeod, Marguerite . .497 McLeod, W. H. 108 Morgana, Nina 4!lli Morgaridge, K. . . .181-3110 Moriarty, Katherine. . .498 Moriarty, R. C 171- 278-279-333-395-44 1 Martin W C 434 Martin W G 390 McArdle, R. E. . .348-357 McArthur, D. R. . .65-374 McBratnie, Helen 288- 477-491 McBride, E. D 65-383 McBride, Lavina 475 Marti ndale, J. C. .390-435 Martzowka, W. P 368 Marx L J 401 Marx, W. C 61 Meyer, R. F 445 Meyering, Lucille E. . .62- 512 Meyers C F 390 Moriya, Yona 159- 366-466-484-510 Morley, J 355-424 Morrey, R. C 378 McCabe, D. C 171- Mason I J 348 333-381-447 McCabe, J. W 375 Mason, Luthera . . .61-510 Meyers, E. A 368 Meyers, Lucille 491 Meyers, M. P 62-450 Meyers, V 395 Meyers, W 360 Morrill D M 428 McCabe, W. L 319- Morris C Y 132- Mason, Ruth 513 Masques 464 333-430 McCall, D. J 392 McCall J W 65 136-317-329-445 Morris, Dorothy 511 Morris, J 403 Morris, R. 132-151-351-415 Morrow, Dorothy . . . .486 Morse, F. J 443 Morse, J. H 302-38(1 Mortarboard 469 Masselink L 442 Masselink, R. J 176- Metz, Evelyn 352 McCall, K. K. . 392 360-437 Mast, Erwin . . 141-146-432 Mast, H. D 432 Metz, G. H 399 McCall, K. M 126 McCall, R. E 440 McCalmont, J. C. 332-378 McCallum C L 379 Michael, C 379 Michaels, E. W. . . .384 Masters A G 106 Michael R 396 Masters, Geraldine ...466 Masters, R. C. ...310-411 Masters R W 61 Michaels, E. B. . 63-354-396 Michaels, J. E. . . .305-396 Michaelson, B. ... 159-349 Michalske, H. J. . . .63-408 Michigamua 199-326 Michigan Dames 483 Michigan Honor Commit- tee 325 Michigan Inter Sorority As- sociation 486 Michigan Union Orchestra 305 Mickle, F. A 415 McCann, Ruth 464- 465-477 McCarroll L 166 Mortenson, C. B 411 Morton, A. S 279-398 Morton, D. J 409 Morton, Gladys 496 McManus, Elizabeth ..512 McMurray, K. C 379 McMurray, Mrs. K. C. 491 McMillan, W 400 McNeil, C A . 126 Mather E J 261 McCarthy, J. J. ..355-424 McCarthy, W.J 432 McCauley, M. M 65 McClellan, M. O. .108-446 McClellan, N 483 McClenahen, L. S 404 McClenahen, W. A. . . .404 McClinton, Helen 478 McCloskey, G E. 108- Matheson W B 374 Morton, H. J 91- Mathews, Florence ... .62 Mathews L R 106 107-295-339-342-398 Mory, J. 64 Mathews J H 433 McNeil, Ella E. ...66-166 McPhail, F. L. .. .395-433 McPhail.F 304 McPike, F H 22- Moser M 64 Mathews, W. E. . .388-433 Mathie J D 411 Mosher Eliza 492 Moss, Q. B 407 Matsumoto, Matsue ..62- 366-511 Matsuyoshi, M 366 Moule, M. M 64-397 66-278-386-427 McQuillan, F. J 355 McRae, C. C 183-439 McRae, J. W 295 McRobb, A. J 66-501 McShane, T G . . . 355 Mountain, Ruth . . 183-498 Mount joy, J 284-285 Mower, C. M 107 Mower, L. K 107-322 Mower, Mrs. S. W 482 Moyer, L. H 401 Moyer, Marian 297- 456-508 Moyer, W 176 Moynahan, R. D 107 Mu Phi Epsilon 496 319-446 McClure, Dorothea . .492- 506 McCobb, E. C 22- 65-207-284-285-320-381- 387-435 McCobb, H. ..284-285-381 McColl, D. F. 146-394-437 McColl, D. J ... .65 Mattern, Louise 180- 351-456-507 Matthias, G. W 106- 319-446 Mattison, H. M 429 Matzenauer, Mme. Marga- ret 482 Mickle, G. E 483 Mihara.G. H 366 Miley, Inez 456 Mildner, E. C. ... 173-143 Mildner, R. A 63 McVey, Virginia 489 McWood, A. B 395 Mitchell, R. M 171- 322-333-382 Mitchell T G 431 Miles, E. . . 132-136-316 Miles, H. E 373 Milham, P. C 63 Mauer, H. V 287 Maulbetsch, J. F 211 Maurer, H V 182 Millard, Grace G 510 Millen, Mrs. C. S 499 McComb, Glendora I. . 159- 510 Mitchell, Prof . T. J. ..331 Muck, Arda 165 Mudd H H 22-64 Newhall, E L 397 INDEX Olds, R. N. . . 109-342-359 Parsons, Hue) 478 Phillips, 1 " . B. 392 Muehlig G F 434 Newhall E 67-447 O ' Lemry. Helen 487 Parsons, J. P 483 Phillips. Mrs. L " . B 491 Mueller C 108- Newman. J. B 324 O ' Leary. T. B. ... 147-483 Partlow. Helen 22-491 Phi Mu Alpha 391 319-323-446 Newton G J 382 Oleson, O.C 368-432 Paryski. Marie . 350 Phi Rho Sigma 433 Mueller Selma 510 Newton J 4OO Oliphant, M. . . 172- Paryski, T. E. 350 Phi Sigma Delta 4O1 Muir Margaret 132-351 Newton Mrs W 515 334-337-380 Paaroe, A. R 442 Phi Sigma Kappa 4OO Muirbarh Clara -. ' . Neville M 343 Oliver, G. 4O8 Pasini, A C 4O2 Phi Sigma Sigma 5O8 Muirhea. ' 9 " ' - Neville. W. F. . . 397 Oil, Valiera 479-510 Pastor, J. C 483 Phi Tan . " 415 226-333-339-373 Nicholas, A ... 438 Olmstead, C. F 385 Patch. Marion 69-510 Piatt, A. 70-38O Mukle Mme May 482 Niehob A O 155- Olney Celia M 160- Patdn, W 447 Pi Beta Phi 490 Mulbetch. Esther 495 Mulde F ,1 349 159-349-408 Nichols, E W .400 343-510 Olsen, Ada . . . .494 Paterson, R. 69 Paton, C. R, 323 Pickens, C 7O-34O-422 Picker, I. 364 Mulheron J D 64-378 Nichols, H 176-432 O ' Mara. G. J 1O9-4O9 Paton, Dorothy . 496 Pi Delta Epsilon 320 MulhoUand E 377 Nichols H L 137 Omega Psi Phi 417 Pattee, G. . . 276-277-398 Pielmer, J H 324 Mulvogue RE 65 Nichols, H. W. ...381-495 O ' Neill, R. E 1O9 Pattengill, Caroline . . .489 Pierce, D. L. . . 278-279 Mullen Catherine 64- Nichols I 464-495 Opera Committee . 302 Pattensen, J. 360 Pierce G 399 501-510 Nichols, Josephine E. . 166 Oppenheim, E. B 414 Patterson, Mrs. G. . . .489 Pierce, J. 126 Mullett . C B 423 Nichols, Marian 477-495 Oppenheim, R. A 414 Patterson, G. W. .197-378 Pierce, R. A. 368 Mullholland S 43S Nichols, Fillie . . . .456 Oppenheim, S 412 Patterson, K. C 390 Pierpont, A. 442 Mulliken D E 284- Nichols, W J . . 67- Pattinson, J. B. . 3O2-3S7 Pifko, A. 350 185-41 ' 295-340-344-422 Oratorical Association .307 Pattison, C. C. . .344-359 Pi Kappa . . 506 Mullree I W 399 Nicholson, A B. 108-359 Order of the Coif 317 Patton, Elsie F 69 Pi Kappa Alpha 409 Nicholson, J H 147-423 O ' Reillv , Frances 343 Pat ton, Josephine 488 Pike, Elizabeth 343- Mummers 465 Nicholson, O. J 423 Ornduff, Elizabeth 497 Paul.S. B 412 456-464-477-487 Mummerv E 439 Nickel E R 67 Orr, Edith . 5OO Pauszek. T. B . 35O-436 Pike P B 297 Mummery, Dorothy 65- Nickels, S. B 399 Orr, J. J 484 Paxton, Mary 69-511 Pi Lambda Theta . . 473 , ..-.] Nickelson J 4O7 Ortinan, F B 3O7 Payne, E. C 399 Pilarski M L 350 Muncy R W " - .J Niedzielski, I. I- 304 Ortman. F. G 310 Paynter, Raymond . . 343 Pillsbury, Mrs W B 489 Mund E R 65 Nielers, Edith . 516 Ortman, F. J. . .68-355-424 Peabody, Frances 5OO Pine, H. 443 Mundstuk, J 412 Niendorf, C F 147 Osborne, P. R. 68 Peachey, C. H 126-431 Pinners, W 110 Niethamer, W F 423 Osborne, C. E 436 Pearoe, E. B 389 Pinnev, F 285-394 Muni Marian 464-465 NipthflTimer, Helta K 67 Osborne, C. J 434 Pearl, Mary 496 Piper, R. . . 70 Murakami H D 366 Nippon Club 366 Osborne, F L 109-483 Peck, A. B. 381 Piper, W 91- Murane F F ' 5-400-435 Nishi P T 366 Osborne, Marion T 68 Peck, Mrs. A. B 491 1 10-323-328-336-342-347 Murao K 366 Nissen, Agnes R. . .67-516 Osgood, R. K 395 Peck, A. T 283-374 Pi Upsilon Rho 439 Murbach Cara 470-512 Nixon, J. T 389 Osius, T 400 Peers 423 Pitts, L. 398 Murphv Alice 496 Nixon, W. C 3O9 Osmun, H. M 297-305 Peet, Bethany . .493 Plain, Eleanor 497 Murphv F R 1O8 Nobert,O. E 429 Osterhoff, H. J 319 Peet, M 330-357-438 Plain, J. 354-380 Murphv H M 159-349 Noetzel, Ruth . 478 Osterhout, R. M. 68 Peirce, C. . 297-314-434 Plastino, J 345 Nolan, Edith G . 159 Oswald, A. L. 175-379-435 Peiroe. J. M. . . 434 Platt, K. 437 Noll C D 330 Ottaway, W W 68- Peireol, T. R, 382 Platt S 383 Murrav J F 368-395 Noonan B L 1SO-432 381-441 Peiter, D. 4O6 Pletke Louise 495-51 1 Murray Janet M 159 Noonan C F 67-435 Otto, F A. 430 Pelham, Ora 478 Plotkin Nathan 412 Noonan R, T 132- Outland, T 390 Pellet R_ C 318 Plushnick W 7O- Murrav, M. . 343-512 137-329-445 Owen, Alice 487 Penberthy. F 175-44O 322-359 Murrav W L 344 Norcop, M R. 131- Owens, Corine . . . . 513 Pennsylvania Club 367 Poindexter, F 3 2-422 Mue F 387 137-329-355-402 Owen, E. C. . . 310 Penoyar, C. L 436 Polhamus, J 172-323-339 Norris.C M 378 Owens, Shirley 324-483 Penoyar, W 379 Polhamus P 334 S5-tfiA-M4-468-9M Norris, P. E. . . . .409 Penoyer, Frances . 511 Pollen, F. C. 287 Mustard R 174-330-434 Norris, Phyllis M. .67-510 Peoples, Genevieve 456- Pollins, J. 7O Mutchler Helen 4S6-505 Norris, R. F 393 478-48O Pollock, D 406 Mutschler Isabel 505 North. Vivian . 343-464 P Perdomo, Natalia 166 Pollock, J 197-390 Muiio Mme Claudia 482 Packard, J. A 109-323 Perkins, Alice 16O Polonia Literary Circle 35O Norton, L L . .410 Packard, Mildred 510 Perkins, E D 109 Pomerening L 70-348-357 Mver " , C G 65 Norton, M. W 436 Packer, H. L 68- Pernert, J. C 7O-319 Poncher, H. P. 450 Mvers, Mrs D 437 Norton, Marion E. .68-491 297-314-391 Perrin, G. . . 7O-39O Ponselle, Rosa 496 Mvers, D W 431 Norton, W. R. 108 Padget, P 68 Perry, Mrs. 496 Pontius, J. 394 Mver G E 318 Notlev, June . . .500 Page, J. H 383 Perry, C. E. 7O-297 Popowska, L K 35O Mver P W 388 Novy, F. G . . 197- Page, J. W. . . .310-331-377 Perry, C 399 Poppen, C J 436 Mvers W A 108-446 314-381-393-428 Page, Margaret 51 1 Perry, C. P 375 Poretta, F 345 Nufer. D. C 395 Pagenette, J. E 141- Perry, E. B 7O-418 Porter, A. 475 Nugent R 319-446 147-355 Perry, E 314 Porter, Doris 512 H Null, Velma 499-512 Palma, J 428 Perry, Jeanette 512 Porter. Ellen 7O-512 Naek, L A. 359-435 Palma, Sebastiana . .482 Perry, L. C. 41S Porter, Helen 456-490 Nahikian, D M 67-354 Nungest er, W. J 68- Palmer, Jeanette . 69- Perry, L. 173-443 Porter. Dr H 33O Nakamura, H 67-366 319-430 47O-510 Peskin, L. 401 Porter, H B 3O9 Narden, C C 428 Nii Sigma Nn tfK Palmer, L. . . 352-4OO Petereen, G H 109 Porter, Kathrvu 459 Naser R 118-443 Nutten W L 132- Palmer, Mary 493 Petersen, J 349 Nathan, J 396 137-329-386 Palmer, N. B 432 Peterson, C. 70-352 Porter, R. 445 Nutter, B. E 445 Palmerlee, Faith 497 Peterson, F. 467-511 Portia . 467 zation 313 Vault, C. A 67 Nutting, H. J 378 Nye, Anita 68 Palmiter, L. 343-4O4 Paper, M. .69-207-239-326 Peterson, G. L. ... 118-4O7 Peterson, G S 316 Post, Frances 515 Post, S. 7O-4OO avlor, F D 255 Nylund, Ellen 281-466 511 Parent, Loraine . . .466-511 Peterson, H. 109-444 Postelthwaite, Mary 512 Nearing, G M 7 Parfet, H. B. . . 378 Peterson, J 109-362 Potter, E B 385-433 Neef F 132-137-317 Paris, Helen A. . 69 Peterson, J D 160 Potter. E L 319-446 V-lev, J. B 4O7 O Parish, F. A 364 Peterson, M. .276-277-352 Potter, H 386 Veelv Leona M 67 Oakes, H R. 310-349 Park, D F 69-387 Peterson R 428 Potter, H 110 NefT ' Mildred E 67- Oanto, S B 412 Park, D J 69-278-279 Peterson Dr R 316-330 Potter Kathryn 71- (70-611 Oas, B. K 166 Parker, Albert 22- Peterson, Mrs R 482- 465-5O2 Neiman, W. K. . . 385 O ' Brien, G. K. . 132- 69-208-279-307-327-344- 492-493 Potter, Mrs. N 486-487 Neirhall. E. L. 22 137-329-127 405-442-449 Peterson, Shorey 389 Potter, N. 37s - h, L E 226- O ' Brien, F. J. . 424 Parker, B. . 4O5 Peterson, W F 388 Potter, R 377 333-337-389 zlev, R E 3O9 O ' Brien, Monica 488 O ' Brock, F . 147 Parker, E. R 4O4 Parker, E 379 Peterson, W. F 432 Pettit, Dorothy 497 Potts, V . .110 Powell, Alice 178-489 Nelson, Anna .3 8-352-456 O ' Bryan, Loreine. . .68-503 Parker, F. C 421 Pew, P. B. . 110-323 Powers, G. . . . 71 Nelson, E. E 434-491 O ' Connell. F. H 108 Parker, Mrs. Frank . .490 Pf annenschmidt , F. 352 Powers, R. . . 354-392 Nelson, Florence 464- O ' Donnell. H 449 Parker, H 109-342 Pfeifler, J. 397 Power, R. W. 344 477-513 O ' Donnell, W. S. . 42S Parker, Laura 489 Phelps, Charlotte 7O-510 Prag, M. 412 Nelson, G 137 Oetjen, A. D. . . . 1O9- Parker, Macie 69 Phelps, D. 4O9 Pratt, A. E. 71-446 Nelson, J. M. .. 387-433 319-323-359-430 Parker, Sarah . 491 Phelps, L. 440 Pratt, C. 71-4O6 Nelson. Mrs. J. R. . . 507 Ogborn, Dorothy 502-512 Parker, W. R. 315-428 Phelps. T E 432 Pratt, C 71-390 Nelson, Neva . . . 496 O ' Hara, E. M. 1O9 Parker, W. 395 Phi Alpha Delta 435 Pratt, C 399 Nelson, W. G. ... 446 O ' Hara. Elizabeth 352-505 Parker, W. E. . . 67 Phi Beta Delta 412 Pratt, L 110 Nerger, V. D. 423 O ' Hara, G M. 68-355-42-1 Parkinson, R. 109 Phi Beta Pi 434 PrenevoM, P 343 Nertnev. P. . . 3O4 O ' Hara, M P 432 Parks, L. B 278-279-398 Phi Chi 436 Prenner M R 416 Netzlev. R. E 431 O ' Hara, Man- F 68 Parks, L. M 399 Phi Delta Chi . 430 Prescott Club 351 O ' Hara P W 395 Parks, Merel 512 Phi Delta Epsilon 450 Preslev Susan 166 Newall, P 278-279 Ohliiiger Constance 68- Parmenter, G A 310-409 Phi Delta Kappa 318 Preston D 4O2 Helen Newberry 511 343-482-510 Parnall, Dr. C 330 Phi Delta Phi 427 Preston, H 287 Newburg, H. L 330 Ohlmarher, C. E. . 421 Parnall, Mrs. C 493 Phi Delta Theta 384 Preston, L R 297 Ne burgh, L. H 315 Ohlmacher, Elsa . 494 Parnall, E 3O6-343 Phi Epsilon Pi 414 Preston, R W 172-402 Newburv, W. L 108- Ohlson, J. F. . 359 Parnall, M 69-399 Phi Gamma Delta 390 Prettie, K 3O9 305-314-319-367-430 Obtomo, Namio 366 Parr, R. D. 69 Phi Kappa Psi 380 Prettvman, H 381 Newcomb, J. J. ... 374 kfa ben ] ' 391 Parreant, J. M 393 Phi Kappa Sigma 394 Price A 71 Newcombe. F. C 197 Okkelberg. Mrs. P. . .482 Parrish, F. M 132- Phi Lambda Upsilon .319 Price, G F. 174 Newcomb, R. B 67- Older, W H 132-137 137-329-407-427 Phillips John 424 Price J 383 3- 9_jo9 Olds, K. L. 483 Parrott, Bettv 489 Phillips Robert 37 " Price Loraine 278- Newell, Martha . . . 513 Olds, R- M. . 384 Parsons, H R 378 Phillips Robert H 33 M38 456-459-477-503 Price, R. J. . . .121- Reason, R. G 328-444 Reavey C 368 INDEX Rigby, Elizabeth 73- 171-464 Riggs Catherine 488 Rothrock, C. L 397 Round-Up Club 360 Sanzenbacher, J. B 279- 404 Sapp, C. B 390 127-359 34 Pridgeon, L. A. . . .319-446 Prien, Elza 505 Reddin G B 147-423 Hourke, R 349 Redak, H 284-285 Reed, C. D 147-437 Riggs, H. H 349 Riggs, H. W. .127-434-389 Riggs, H. E 331-390 Riggs, Mrs. H 490 Rouse, G. W 132-137 Rousseau, J. J. A. 324-443 Rowe, Bernice 74-495 Sarasohn, S. R 302- 304-396 Sargent, D. C 121- 128-389-434 Sargent, T. W. 377 Sarreals, Esperiela . . . .417 Sartoris, G. B 399 Sarvis, Lewis 119-443 Satterthwaite, J. C 75 Battler, Clara 515 Saunders, A. T. . . .111-430 Sauble, V. H 111-405 Savage, L. C 377 Savidge, Myron 445 Sawyer, G. P 111-406 Sawyer, R. A 501 Saxe, Mary 120-128 Prigsley D 71 Pritzker J 401 Reed, C O 360 Proctor C 91- Reed, H E 172-421 Rowe, F. 1 383 110-277-328-389 Proctor J F 404 Reed, H 482-489 Reed, H. A. . 444 Riley G M. ... 127 Rowe, J. R 360-393 Rowland, R. H 328- 332-334-390 Roxburg, D. J. . . .408-442 Roger, N. M 511 Riley , W . H . . . 73-395-44 1 Rimer, Helen . . 496 Proctor, W 406 Prophet E 310-344 Reed L F 423 Reed, M O. .388 Ripps, M. L 364-403 Reed O W 399 Ritche, E. F 302-377 Ritchie, E. B. . . 391 Reed P R 375 Rottschaefer, Margaret 127 Rowse, H 389 306-464-468-497 Prout M 116 Reed R S 110-399 Ritchie, G. A 432 Reed, T. H 387 Rittenhouse, Nellie . . .464 Ritter, R. B 316 Rubenstein, E 412 Ruby, L. C 444 Ruoh, W. A 343 Ruck, C. F 74-297 Rucker, J. J 418 Pryor L 309 Reed, Mrs. T. H 499 Pryor, M . 278-279-344-448 Psi Omega 437 Reed, T 334 Rittershofcr, L. F. 147-429 Roach, Maxine. . . .343-501 Robbins, B. C 22- Rees, C 402 Psi Upsilon 378 Reese, D 409-446 Reese, Essie 72 Reeves, J. S 374 Puddcfoot, F 141-147 Pullon, A 127 73-304-376 Robbins, E. M 395 Rudell, Frances 512 Rudy, Dorothy . . .343-456 Hucdemann, A. D. 330-436 Sayles, Rosa 11)7 S. C. A. . . . .340 Puls E 359 Reeves, Mrs. Jesse . . . .489 Rehm, Esther 166 Rehmus, P. A 72- 307-310-316-318-349-402 Reichman, F. J 141- 147-339 Reichmann, Regina ..512 Reid D N 295-421 Robbins F E 379 Purdie, Una 71 Roberts, A. ... 160-477-503 Roberts, A. E 349 Roberts, Fannie 504 Scahill, H G 75 Ruegger, Elsa 482 Scales, Margaret A. . 75-499 Scandling, Lois 506 Scavarda, C. J. ...345-428 Scarboro.E 330 Scarnechia, H. D 439 Scatori.S 345 Purdom L 318 Ruehl, B. K 119 Purdy, C. 278-279-360-440 Purdy, D. . 397 Roberts, F. S 295 Ruelle, June 74-495 Rufus, C. W 389 Rufus, Mrs. C. W 506 Huh, W. H 406 Roberts, Helen . .22-73-497 Roberts J A 132-137 Purdy, Leo 141-147 Purnell, R 389 Putnam, C. L 279 Putnam E 511 Roberts, Louise . . .490-513 Robertson C 279 Reid, E. S 72-380 Reid, F T 127 Ruhl, H 354 Ruhmkorff, R. H 431 Rummel, Elsie . . . .74-515 Humpf, W H 374-428 Sceivert, R 381 Schack, R. . . .306-464-497 Schaupner, Margaret .512 Schackleford, J 141 Robertson, C. G. ..73-446 Robertson, G. J 73 Robertson, N. W 22- 73-327-383 Robins A H 73-359 Putnam J H 405 Reid, Liliah 72 Putnam R W 348 Reid, Lilian 456 Reid, L. B. . ..110-331-359 Reid, Miriam . .72-310-491 Reid, R. E 110-331 Reid, S E 22 Puyear, W. 110- Rumsey, R. C 75- 295-343-410 Runnels, S. C 385-431 Runnels, Mrs. S. C. ...494 Russ, J. M 411 Russell, Alice 489 Schafer, Myrtle 160 Schaffner, J 75 342-356-359-415 Qua, G 295-437 Robins, H. M 513 Robinson, A 388 Robinson, D. H. . . .74-491 Robinson, E. R 110- Schakel, E R 397 Schaller, C. A 75 Schalm, P. A 75 Schemm, F. R. . . .179-428 Schemm, G. A. 75-327-374 Schemm, H. R 374 Scheib, R. L 368 Scheidler, Ruth 496 Reid, W. H 278- 279-288-298 Reigclman, L. J. . .141-147 Reighard, J. E 381 Rcilly, E J 382 Quail K H 421 362-483 Robinson, J. B. C 405 Robinson, P. H. ...74-393 Robinson, R 376 Robinson, R R 422 Russell, C 138-359 Quaintance, C. H 374 Quarnstrom H 160 Russell, E 438 Russell, Mrs. 1 490 Russell, J. M 295-421 Russell, Marion 75-466-510 Russell, N. V 391 Quarry Grace 493 Reilly, W J. 382 Quarry, J. J 498 Reineke, Margaret . , . .72- 473-490 Reinke, C. A. 379 Scherer, Elaine ...477-505 Scherer, Marie 487 Scherer, W. K 171- 278-279-333-339-390 Schieck, Elizabeth 167 Schiedler, Mrs. Anna .478 Schiek, H. C 433 Schlafer, Nathan 403 Schlemer, J. H. ...121-128 Schlotterbeck, J. O. . . .497 Schlotterbeck, Mrs. J. O. 512 Schlotterbeck, Meriom.497 Schlereter, W. A 138 Schmidt, A. J 75-352 Schmidt, Carribel 22- 76-306-464-473-474-487 Schmidt, Doris 482 Schmidt, F. G 368 Robinson, T. M. . .111-444 Roby, D. F 74- 208-227-237-326-384 Roby L B 151- Quarter-Deck 332 Rutherford, W. N. . . .151- 153-321-351-446 Ruthruff, H. F 446 Quirk A B 374 Reinke, F. C 309- Quirk D T 374 344-352-448 Reiter, V S 379 R Rabinowitz, M. J. .71-396 Rae, W. S. 307-310-355-424 Rafferty, W. B. . . .278-279 Raikes, Grace 493 Raisa, Mme. Rosa . . . .482 Ralscy, Catherine ....500 Ralston, Slyvia . . . .71-501 Ramsay, R. G 279 Ramsdell, B. D 310 Ramsdell, D. H 379 Ramsdell, E.T 71- 307-310-316-322-409 Ramsey, Helen 495 Ranck, Elizabeth 491 Randa, E 71 177-351-430 Rockman, Josephine. . .493 Rockwell, Dorothy . . .460- 464-497 Rockwood, B J 368 Ruthven, A. G 494 Ruthvcn, A. G 404 Ruttan, Lucile 506 Renchan, N. P. 385 Reno, Helen 72-511 Reno, Rachel .345-367-501 Reus, W. F 127 Republican Club 358 Rutz, L. M.. . .127-391-433 Rutz, Mrs.L 487 Ruwitch, Hinda ..160-508 Ruwitch, J. W 278- Rockwood, G. W 74- Ressler, D. W 359 Reuben, S. A 110 Reuhl, B. K 444 Reynolds, Lila . . . .477-510 Reynolds, N. D 393 Rhead, Mrs. G. B. 295-482 Rho Chi 321 278-279-280-281 Rodenburg, L. R. .111-398 Roe, A F 446 279-354 Ryan, Maryette . .160-512 Ryan, H. M. .175-310-435 Rychener, Marion 496 Rychner, R 330 Roe, A L 374 Roe, E. M 74 Roe, R F 74 Roecker, R. R 74 Rychener, R. 436 Rydzewski, J. B. .128-350 S Sabi), J. A 284-US.V (S3 Sai-kahisi-as, A (i. . . .424 Roegner N C 111- Rhodes, Myrtle 72-513 Rhodes, M. P 310 Rian, G 423 297-314-393-446 Roehm, H. R 127- 315-388-433 Roeloffs, Miriam 489 Roeser, W 368-437 Roesser, W D 279- Schmidt, li. M. . . 34S-357 Schmidt, T. E 433 Riblet, S. K 411 Rice, C. A. ... 160-349-483 Rice F 379 Schmier, A. A 412 Randall H M 381 Schmitt, Gertrude 76 Randall Mrs H 489 Schmitt, J. L 393 Randall, Mary 489 Randall, Sarah ...486-493 Randolfo, J. C 417 Rankel, H. E 147 Rankin, D. N 406 Rankin, D. W 443 Rankin, Florence 495 Rankin, P. T 318 Rice, G O 376 306-348 Rogers, E. D 359-415 Rogers, F 373 Rogers, M. V. 116-118-443 Rogers, Rhea 167 Sackett, Geruldine 505-514 Scalp and Blade 369 Sadakata, Kameyo 366-512 Sadler, H C. . 320- Schmitz, R. C. ...111-342 Schmutz, Margaret .155- 161-352 Schnieder.C. P. ..174-382 Schneider, Mrs. I aurence 487 Sehenider, L. A 364 Schneider, L. B 121- 128-433 Schneider, Martha 494 Schneider, P. J 276- 277-307-402-443 Schneider, Ruth 496 Schneidewind, Richard 111 Schnierla, T. C 297- 310-359 Schnitz, S. J. .278-279-349 Schoepfle, C S 319 Rice, J A 339-379 Rice, L. T 22- 73-343-402-447 Rice, Margaret. . . . 181-493 Rice, R. V. . . .276-277-379 Rice, Virginia .456-501-510 Rice, W. C. . . 137-339-379 Rice, W J 73-399 332-390-404 Sadler, Mrs. H. C 489 Sadowski, S 350 Safford, Helen 75-502 Safford, Mildred ...75-502 Sage, C. M 399 Sager, A. D 128 Saginaw Club 368 Salisbury, Shirley . . . .464- 468-495 Sallwasser, M . J 132- 138-317-329-406-435 Salzmon, E. H 310 Samaroff, Mme. Olga .482 Sample, G. W 445 Samuel, J. H 401-450 Samuel, P. L 314 Rogers, W. H 375 Rogers, W T 432 Rolls, J. A. ... 127-390-433 Roof, M. R 437 Rooks, Ruth 456 Rankin, R D 71-406 Rankin Ruth 497 Rich, A. . . .73-456-477-495 Rich, Hazel 499 Richard Club 424 Richards, C. R 73 Richards, E 417 Richards, Grace 482 Rankin T E 395-497 Ransom, Fanny . . 160-500 Ransom, F. G 127 Ransom, H. K 121- 127-315 Rose Eunice 489 Rose, H. E 423 Rose, H. H 318 Rose, L 283 Rose, Marguerite .160-515 Rosenbaum, Lillian 74-508 Rosenblum, H. L 401 Rosengarten, E. M.. 74-396 Richards, K. 342 Raphael, T . 315-450 Richards, M. F. . . 160-349 Richards, M. L 147 Richardson, C. F 442 Richardson, H. E. 429 Rasch, H. A 72 Raschbacker, Mrs. H. .488 Rash, C. J 394 Rash, Mrs. Charles 488 Rastello, P. B 439 Ratcliff, A. S 493 Rathbone, R. R 297 Ratti, J 345 Schoettley, F. J 443 Schcmfield, G. D 412 Scholl, Dorothy 76-343-345 Scholl, Evelyn 343 Schoonmaker, Carl 295-402 Schrayer, M. R 111- 208-276-277-284-320-323- 326-396 Schrieber, Elsa ...343-491 Schreyer, P H 357 Richardson, J. S 430 Rosenthal, A. M 416 Richardson, Ruth .167-456 Richey, G. T 182-443 Richey R E 378 Sanberg, Esther 340- 351-502 Sauble, V. H 295 Roser, F. B 415 Rosin H P 412 Richie, E. B. 433 Rosinger, K. E. 74-284-285 Roskosky, S. J Ill Rosoff, J. L 403 Sander, J. F 297 Raubenheimer, Cora . 168- 169 Rauner, Zita 498 Rauss, J. C 72 Ravitch, G 412 Ray, Anna 166 Richman, H 412 Richter, Bertha . . .456-466 Richter, O. C 73-368 Rickert, H. C 429 Rideout, Lyda 155- 160-465-507-510 Rider, Rosella 482 Ridge, R. W 431 Sanders, Dolly 464 Sanders, Dorothy 487 Sanders, E. W 444 Sanders, H. A 384 Ross, Cameron A. .334-399 Ross, C. G 373 Ross G W 378 Schriber, Francis 351 Schroeder, O. B 354 Schroder, H. M. ' 276- 277-382 Schroen, C. K Ill Schuffman, Harry ... 112 Schuler, Elsa 499 Ross, H. G 132-137 Sanders, Mrs. Henry . .488 Sanders, J. F 121- 128-314-434 Sanders, Katherine 477-514 Sanders, Marion . . .75-511 Sanderson, Steven 395 Sandles, Beatrice 75- 466-468 Sandorf, I. J 111-342 Sandweiss, D. J 128 Ray, Grace 72-510 Ray, Muriel . . 288-472-503 Raylarn, C. 390 Ross, J. F 319-446 Ross, J. W 90- 1 1 1-208-323-328 Ross, Mary 476-499 Ross, W. R 343 Rost, Ruth 464-467 R. O. T. C 359 Roth, E A 111-295 Ridgway, C. M 110- 319-430 Riedle, E. B 278-405 Rieneke, Margaret . . . .464 Riford, J. R 22- 73-208-282-320-329-381 - 449 Raymond, Thelma . . . .499 Rayner, W. P 154- 155-160-349-415 Read, E J. 344 Schuler, Irene 526 Schultz, Alfred 438 Schultz, Irene .... 161-496 Schultz, Louise. . . . 183-437 Schulz, A. G 210 Read, Mary 22-72-494 Reams W L 351 Roth, R J 379 Schuman-Heink. Mme. 496 Schurz, A. W 432 Sohurz, Charlotte . .76-493 Schwartz, B. K 295 Schwartz. Irving 364 Schwartz. L. A 412 Schwartz. Melbourne .401- 450 SefawarU. W. H. . . 175-379 Schwartzberg, Joseph 128- 403 Sehweizer, C. F. . . . 76 Schwenkmeyer, Carl. . . 116 Scott, E. H 391 Scott, Erman . . . 339 Scott, E. 319-446 Scott, Francis 179-434 Scott, F. N. . . 197-275-441 Seott, H. P 441 Scott, Mrs. Irving 488 Scott, J. H 128 Seott, J.D 373 Scott, Mary 76 Scott, O. L 501 Scott, D. S 390 Scott, W 4O2 Scovill, Mary 76-310 Scranton, Henrietta . . .503 Seribner, R. S 376 Scripps , J. E 377 Scupholm, T. G. . . 445 Seagers, C 22-283-381 Seagel, Bernice 5O4 Seagle, H 284-285-403 Searle, J. G. ..151-153-374 Searles, C. K. 318 Seder, D. J. Sedita, James ...... 374 Sheldon ' . S. A. ... .128 431 Shepard, D. J 148 Shepard, Hetty 167 Sheperd, C. E. ... 172-4O2 Shepherd, Cornelia . . .465- 467-477-487 Sberer, Adelaide. . .466-J97 Sheridan, W. J 434 Sherman, Helen 500 Sherman, Lea 507 Sherman, Margaret . .306- 513 Sherman, Mildred ....489 Sherman, P. T. . 423 Sherriek, P. H. ...319-446 Sherwood, Howard . . .384 Sherwood, M. L. ... 375 Sbetzer, Helen 5O8 Shields. H. W ui- 148-429-483 Shillen, Jane 511 Shippam, W 198 Shu, Buf . 112 Shull, A. F. . . . 395 Shull, Mrs. A. F. . . 500 Shultz, A. L 183 Shumar, Bernice 161-510 Shumsky, H. W 416 Shupert, G. T 429 Shupert, H. B 77-348 Shure. S. J 401 Siewart.R, 295 Sigma Alpha Epsilon . .385 Sigma Alpha Iota 482 Sigma Chi 382 Sigma Delta Chi 441 403 Sigma Delta Kappa 445 345 Sigma Delta Phi MM Seeley, Anne 488-512 Sigma Gamma Epsilon 3 Seeley, Bernice 510 Sigma Phi 376 Sigma Phi Epsilon Seeley. E. A " 397 Seeley, G. P 384 Seeley, Mrs. H. H. 496-5OO Seeley, Martha 488 Seeley, W. H 1 12-297 Seeliger, J. E 112-332 Seelye, W. M. 175-445-449 Segall, B 403 SejetK. 279 SeU, D. C. ..112-323-392 Selby, H. G. . . .76-445-449 Sellards. C. P. .76-359-399 Sellew, Mrs. W. 4 ' SeUigmah, A. W 76 Sellman, Margaret. 161-510 Selway, R, P. . .76-285-385 Semar. A. B 76 Sembrich, Mme. Marcella taa Senff. Zella 76-5O2 Senior Girls ' Play Commit- tee . 397 Sigma Nu 3gg Shilling, C. W. 77 Shinbori, E. T. . . ' . ' . " .366 Shindel. S. M. 359 Shlain, B 128 Shuter, M. E 302-304 Sicard, Helen 77 Sidman, V. H 443 Sidney, Margaret .... ' .511 , . .. - Siefert, Mary 77 Smith, Sara-Jane E. F 112-297 Smibert, R. M 112 Smiggen, J. . . . 141-148-432 Smiseth, S 297 Smith, A. E 389 Smith, A. M 297-440 Smith, B. T 138-317 Smith, Bernice 508 Smith, C. H 362-492 Smith, C 306 Smith, Catherine 511 Smith, C. C 211 Smith, Constance .464-488 Smith, Cynthia 495 Smith, F. R 309 Smith, C. A. ... 78-390-428 Smith, C. M 175-382 Smith, D. W 437 Smith, Edna 512 Smith, Eleanor 512 Smith, Evelyn ... . 479 Smith, E. J 342 Smith, E. M. . 483 Smith, Elizabeth 77- 476-510 Smith, Francis . . .372-377 Smith, F. R. . .276-277-411 Smith, G. H. . . . 138 Smith, Grace 482 Smith, H. ... 174 Smith, H. W 381 Smith, H 407 Smith, H. C. ... 398 Smith, H. F 394 Smith, H. T 378 Smith, Iraleen . 473 Smith, Irma . . 161-510 St - Amour, H. J. Smith, J. A. . 330 Stanbury, Helen . Smith, J. F 395 Stanceviteh, S. T. Smith, L. H 148 Smith, Margaret . . 510 Smith, Mary . . . 456 Smith, M. W. . . . 112 Smith, N. R 383-483 Smith, " . L. . 382 Smith, P. A 331-359 Smith, R 169 Smith, Ruth 456 Smith, R. L. . .344-UO-441 Smith, R. C. ... 430 Smith, R. W. . 138-405-435 Spiegel, W. A 78 Spill, Geraldire 488 Spilsbury, Ethel 501 Spoutx. J. J 344 Sprague, Jessie ...487-512 Spring, P 169 Springbom, B. R 483 Springer, D. W 382 Springstein, Charlotte .456 Sproat, Genevieve 511 Sprunk, R. G 79 Spurrier, E 394-433 SquieT, Charlotte . . 79-477 Squire, Gladys 161 Squire, L. E 319-430 Stachowiak, S 350 Stadel, W. E. 113 Stadfield, H. R. . 379 Stadfield, J. R. . . 379 Staebler, Neil 284-285 Staebler, R. G 4O2 Staebler, Mrs. Walter 486- 495 Staegel, Helen 464 Staeker, A. W 381 Staff, Hester . . 79-343-352 Stafford, Catherine . . 457- Stewart, Florence 492 Stewart, H. A. ... 153-351 Stewart, H. F 151 Stewart, J. M. ... 368 Stewart, Margaret 490 Stewart, W. H. . . . 393 Stibich, E. T 440 Stickney, Benjamin . . 141- 148 Stieglitz, Julius 319 Stiles, A. E 349 Stiles, F 297-305-385 Stiller, Ruth 482 Stimpson, H. .304-306-431 Stimson, Clara 487 Stimson, Elizabeth . . .502 Stimson, W 330-434 Stobie, Cora 79 Stocking, C. E 321 Stocking, C. H. . 430 Stockwell, Nell . . 482 Stoddard, E. W. 444 Stoddard, Hope 79 Stoddard, R. M. . .113-400 Stoddard, W. L. . . . 80 Stokes, A. C 80 349 Stokes, W. H 433 460-464-166-468-471-495- Stokesberry, L B 304- 511 463 Senior Society 470 Simmons, W. H. Senior, H. J. 112-395 Simms, B. H Serra,E M... Serra, M.J 287 Servis, Ethelyn . . 161 Seto, Y. S 365 Sewall, Isabeile . . .355-456 Sewall, Ruth . 76 Sewell, D. . ' 344 Sexton. D. F 410 Seymour, R. W. . 359-381 Shackleford, J. H. . 148- 239-398-429 Siegel.H.S 77-383 Siek, H. Z 365 Siewert, O. E 77 Sigle, W us MJbertstein, B. . . 396 Silver, F. F 339 Simmons, Margaret. . 161- 499 Simon, D. R 77-396 Simonson, CelinaJ.. .. 77- 466-468-484 247 295-394 Sunpon, Lorene . . 497 Simpson, S. G 387 Simpson, W. W.. . 174. 330-433 Sims, Anne . . 497 Sims, F. H " 401 Sinden, Millieent. . 161 Sinden, W. A. 77 fint. C. A 391 393 Sink, RW 4,,, r. Margaret 497 Shaffer, M. A. ... 112-4O7 Shatter, R. R 128-330 Shannon, H. J 424 Shannon. McK. 388 Shannon, Ward . . . .77-399 Sharfman. I. L 316- Skilles, Jane 511 Skinner, F. H 417 Skinner, R ] ' .343 Skinnick, Claire 494 Sklar. H ' . ' . ' . [364 Skrentny, S. H 77-35O Sbgh, H. R 112-405 Slater, K. R. . 112 Slater. Mrs. .. 487 Slatery, T. R. . 77-29 448 Slaughter, Helen . . 492 Slaughter, H. W. 128-374 Slavens, Margaret. 5O2 Slawson, D. G. . . 397 Slazinski.E. A 151- SUfer,H.S Slingerland, A. H. Sharfman, Mrs. I. L. . .504 Sharlow, Myrna 496 Sharnbaugh, N " . 438 Sharp, R. R. . .314-405 35 Sharpe, Jean 4 xx Shartel, Burke 501 Shattuck. Marguerite 478- 41,,; Shaw, Bertha 489 Shaw, Helen 493 Shaw, H. I 112-358-393 Shaw. J- R- 289-404 Shaw, J. W 378-428 Shaw, Victoria .77-477-510 t W B ' -,V 381 - 141 8lote - Elizabeth " " . " ' ' Iw fhaw, Mrs. Wilfred .. .487 Slusser, H R t-hefiield. Thyra ..456-507 Slusser, Mrs. Herbert ' 487 5 S ...-495 Smallidge, Olive Shepard. Emily . . .288-477 SmalleyT Marianna " . ' . Mf 448 7g Smithi S. W. ... ' . " . ' . ' . " . .390 Smith, Mrs. Shirley . 488 Smith, Thelma 489 Smith, Virginia . . . 503 Smith, W. A.. .315-359-428 Smith. Y. G 427 Snell, Lawrence 22- 78-209-339-379 476 Snider, G 4OO Snow, L. M 343 Snow, Madeline . . 78-493 Snyder, F. L. .315-330-428 Snyder, Mrs. F. L. . 482 Snyder, Ruth C. . 78- 492-510 Snyder, Ruth H 78 Sober, Dorothy 488 Sociedad Hispanica . .352 Sock, Fred 364 Soderman, E. A. . . 78-423 Solosky, H. V 141-148 Solmon, Anna 78 Somers, C. B 437 Sooy, Helene 161- 466-507-510 Soph Prom Committee. 338 Sorosis 489 Soule. B. A. . 319 Soule, M. A. . 319 Soule. M.H 446 Southerton. Ruth . . 78-490 Sower, Mary 7S-490 Spafard, Katherine 78 Spalding, Proctor 490 Spanagel, W. W. . 287- 295-391 Sparling, H. 1 129 Sparrow, F. K. 295-348-357 SpauHing, Marguerite 466- 522 Spaulding, Rosalie ... 511 Spear, G. N 4O2 Spear, P. B 78-402 Stafford, C. F. M ...... 377 Stahl, M. B. 22- 79-209-278-279-284-3O4- 320-326-386-391-427-441 Stair, Helen ......... 499 Stair, Mai aret ...... 456- 466-499 ..79 .352 ____ 79-359 Stanford, G. B. . . 437 Stanford, Mulholland 402 Stanley, A. A ......... 391 Stanley Chorus ..... 47S Stanley, C. L ....... 430 Stanley, H. R ..... 119-443 Stanton, Catherine 352- 379-156 Stanton, C. F. ... 442 Stanton, Mrs. S. M. . .482 Stark, E. C ....... 295-394 Starks, H. A ........ 79 Starkweather, Doris 496 Starkweather, Elizabeth 492 Starr, J. A ....... 175-445 Statzer, Miriam ....... 499 Staubach, L. D ...... 344- 352-448 Stauffer, W. A ..... 113-331 Staughton, A. T. . 349 Stealy, Thelma ____ 478-482 Stearns, W. A. Steele, A. H. . Steele, Eleanor _________ Steele, H. ......... 388 Stegarth, F. H ........ 393 Steger, Herbert ...... 178- ..113 . .436 .343-502 Stegmann, B. L Stegmeier, I. E. Stein, Helen Stein. Mme. Gertrude 482 Steindler, C. A. . 413 Steiner, P. G 359 Steiner, P. Q 79 Steketee, D. W. 171- 283-333-384-449 Steketee, F. W. . . .211-374 Steketee, John 374 Stellwagon, 483 Stepanovitch, Daniel 113 Stephen, H. M. . . .295-448 Stephens, J 285 Stephens, J. F. . . .395-441 Stephenson, E. L 449 Stern, A. M 3O9-401 Stern, J. H 399 Stern, L. D Sterns, Josephine . Stevens, A. B. Stevens, Mrs. A. S. Stevens, Desdelora Stevens. F H Stevens. F. W. T ' = " " , . D 4 8- U2 Sloan, G. E . 132- Speer, P. D 3 4 138-344-445-449 34 , . . Spence, H. . . 368 Spencer, C.E. Spencer, Dorothy . . .464- ' - " ] Spencer, Mme. Janet 482 Spencer, M. D. 78 06-445 Spenser, A. E. 387 Spenzer, L. M. ... ' .. ' . ' . 129 Stevens, G 378 Stevens, J. C 22- 79-295-304-402-441 Stevens, R. A 79 Stevens, Mrs. Stanley 491 Stevens, T. . . . 172-359-386 Stevens, W. H.. 141- 148-437-483 Stevenson, Ellen 502 Stevenson, E. M. .. .174- 330-428 359-381 Stoll, A. E 415-422 Stone, A. E. . 389 Stone, G. L 80- 344-354-368-391 Stone, H. R 4114 Stone, K. C 4O8 Stone, Ruth. . .121-129-492 Stone, Wade . . 386 Stone, W. H 119-443 Stone, W. W 428 Stoneburner, Edith . 505 Stonehill. R. E. ... 148 Stoneman, A. F. . . 379 Stoneman, A. H. 382 Stoneman, L. H. . .306-382 Stoneman, W. H 382 Stoneman, Mrs. W. H. 488 Stoner, Ardys 487 Storms, Florence . .161-510 Storms, H. A. . . 295 Storz, H. L 138-387 Stotzer, Miriam 510 Stouffer, C. B 439 Stoughton, A. T 161 Stoughton, Helen . . 80-510 Stout, M. B. 402 Stowe, Marion 486-499 St. Peter, Wilfred 407 St. Peter, W. X. 498 Stracke, G. A 277 Straith, F. E 148-42!) Stranger, H. L. . . 119 Stranz, M 350 Strassburger, Gordon .373 Stratbucker, Gertrude . 80- 479-510 Straub, Robert 34O-344-4O8 Straus, Helen 5O4 Strauss, L. A. ... 197-304 148 Strauss, Mrs. L. A. 482 323-409 Strauss, Margaret .464 482 " Streit, William Strieker, Helen Strieker, H. D. Strickler, W. H Striegel, A. L. . . Strimbeek, G. R. Strong, Mabel . . Strother, W. D _ Stroud, S. H " .. " . " 388 Strozensky. C. K. . . 113 Strubb, E. F 295 Struble, E. F 80 Struble. Marian . . . 482 Strunk, K. G. . . 4O4 Struthers, R. H. 4O2 Stryker, F. E 80-343 Stryker, H. H 438 Strylon, Frances .... 490 Stuart, A. H 113- 319-323-398-446 Stuart, Margaret .477-512 Stuart, R. L 131-138 Stucky, G. C 129-421 Student Council 339 Studley, Jeanette 8O- 456-477-515 Sturgis, Geneyieve . 464-465 Sturgis, Marcia .... 490 Sturm, W. H 148 Sturtz, Muriel . 495 Stutz, Leonard 141-148-297 Stutz, Z. N 129-450 Styer, Elizabeth 494 Styer, Katherine 28O- 281-343 76-431 80 .404-438 .113-422 324 .319-446 80-510 . . 177-351 315 498 .319 .510 .487 .388-501 381-497 Styer R E 343 Tetter, E. J 393 INDEX Trevorrow, F. W. .114-332 Van Aken, A. D 162 Wadsworth, Esther 513 Stylus 474 Teus, H. A. 149-437 Triangles 200-334 Van Alstyne, Joyce . . . 22- Wagener, L. R 31IJ- Suell L 213 Thabes, J. A. 434 Trigon 421 83-288-459-477-491 321-430 Thatcher L E 393 Tripplett, George . . . .373 Van Antwerp, L. D. . . .83 Waggoner, C. S 184- S ' ' SI ' -1 ' ' il ' C Thayer Martha C 81-510 Trites, H H 415 Van Antwerp, L. V. ..344 351-430 Sugrue J D 434 Theo, Pearl . . . 365 Troost, G. W 391 Vanatta, Hazel 162-510 Waggoner, G. T. . . 129-t:; ' .i Suho, Shuk 365 Sulkers, C. F. . 149-3(i()-4:i7 Theta Chi 402 Theta Delta Chi 386 Theta Phi Alpha 498 Troester, Mildred ....511 Trombley, J. J 433 Trosper Mrs H B 495 Van Boven, L. C. . .83-394 Van Boven, P. J 394 Van Buren, T H. 444 Waggoner, R. W 436 Wagner, Beata 307-466-511 Wagner, C. P 333 Sullivan, L. E. 138-388-43. r Sullivan, M. B 348 Sullivan Virginia 80-513 Theta Xi 444 Thielman, Elisc . . . .81-501 Thieme M A 377 Trotter, C. R 281 Trout, A. L 116 Trowbridge, Gladys . .338- Van Camp, Mildred . . .83 Vandenburg, Janet 487-512 Vanderhorst, C. L. .83-491 Wagner, D. W. ... 176-437 Wagner, J. F 424 Wagner, P. M . 278-279-394 Thieme Mrs 4NS 494 Vanderwilt, J. W. 322-422 Wagner, R. A. 437 Thomas D E 368 Troy Lucille 82 Vander Merwe, H. P. 149 Wagner, W. P. 415 Sun, C T 365 Thomas, Edith 500 True, G. 132-139 Vander Schmer, Blanche Wahr, G 291 Sunderland, E. R. ...275- 390-427-441-515 Thomas, E. W 302 Thomas, Frances 511 Thomas F W 183-438 Trueblood, T. C 197- 307-316 Trueblood Mrs T. C 468 456 Van Deursen, Dorothy .83 Vandevissc, J. . 22-84-411 Wait, W. W 379 Waite, D. B 114-415 Waite, G. T 421 Thomas J 155-390 Truesdell C H 149 Van Duren, A. . . 83-405 Waite, J. B 427 Sundwall John 318-434 Thomas, L E 138-417 Truettner, W. J 406 Vann Duren, C. K. . .358- Waite, W. H 197 Sundwall, Mrs. John ..491 Surbrook, H. R. 405 Thomas, R. D. ... 151-153 Thomas, Mrs. R 503 Trupiano, Samuel ....345 Truscott, Geraldine . .457- 442 Van Duzen, Verne . . . .129 Wajcilchawski, J. S. . .349 Wakefield, R. F. . . 434-489 Suttei David 381 Thomas, R 349-367 511 Van Eenanaant, C. . . .405 Walborn, Madge 177 Sutton C R 446 Thompkins, Elizabeth 466 Tryon, Virginia 22- Van Every, M 276-277 Walbridge, E. C 380 Sutton, Frances 116- 119-472-491 Thompson, Anita 321- 340-351 82-477-505 Tsai, C R 82-365 Van Horn, H. S. . .351-430 Van Home, E. C 349 Walcott, E. F 162-349 Walden, C. K 382 Sutton Ruby 478 Thompson E 276 Tsao, Z T 82-365 Van Hoosen, Bertha . .492 Waldo, Dorothy 502-512 Swager, W. M 80 Swain Mrs G R 494 Thompson, K. L. .175-445 Thompson, L L 149 Tse, Y. M 365 Tsiang, P. L 139-365 Van Lobensols, Mrs. ..494 Van Loo, M 319-446 Waldron, F. R 378 Waldron, Helen ...84-495 Thompson, O S. 483 Tseng, K. P 365-512 Van Ness, G. P 393 Waldron, Ruth 84- Swan, Donald . . 334 Thomson, E. W 277- Tsou, S. H 365 Van Ness, L. R 139- 343-352-479-510 Swanson, V. L 395 Swartz B K 113-344-448 389-395 Thorington S L 438 Tsou, T. Y. . .114-342-365 T-Square 472 380-427 Vannort, B. 446 Walenitz, G 413 Walker, Dr. Eloisc . . . 4S7 Swayze, Katherine . . . .81- 343-463-503 Thome, G. G 421 Thorpe, B. D 388 Thorpe D J 406 Tubbs, R. S 295-405 Tuck, Joseph 139-365 Tucker, A. C. 359-404 Van Oaten, J 483 Van Ordcn, W. J. . .83-209 Van Ornum, E. N 438 Walker, H. J 380 Walker, J. P 121-129 Walker, Lucilla . . .464-511 Swearingen, Lucille. . . .510 Sweeney, J. A 483 Sweeney J P 175-397-442 Thorsburg, T. F. . . . 151- 153-321-351 Throp J A 359 Tucker, Charlotte .478-507 Tucker, F. L. .149-429-483 Tulledge W J 114- VanOsdol.W. ...139-435 Van Rooyen, C. J 149 Van Sandt, M. M 385 Walker, Margaret 84- 478-516 Walker, Marion . . .84-352 Sweet, G. R 22-81-385 Sweet, L. F 421 Sweet, Marjorie 288-512 Thuma, B. 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