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MICHIGANENSIAN THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN FRED.E.GILNER MANAGING EDITOR THOS.G KINDEL BUSINESS MANAGER. MICHIGANENSIAN STUDENT ANNUAL f in UNIVERSITY MICHIGAN ! crv DEDICATION TO MORTIMER E. COOLEY EngD., ScD., LLD. Dean of the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture Who has won great honor in his profession, the re- spect of the students as a dean, but greater their admiration and affection as a man. r FOREWORD the satisfaction of accomplishment but the joy of service to Michigan has been our compensation for the efforts to produce this book. Our only hope is that it will be added to the heri- tage of the past in making a foundation for the Michigan of the future a Michigan great in its accomplishments, but true to its ideals. Board of RALPH STONE WILLIAM L. CLEMENTS JAMES O. MURFIN LUCIUS L. HUBBARD WALTER H. SAWYER JUNIUS E. BEAL VICTOR M. GORE SHIRLEY W. SMITH BENJAMIN S. HANCHETT MARION L. BURTON, President SHIRLEY V. SMITH, Secretary The President MARION LEROY BURTON, Ph.D., LLD. T)eans of the Schools and (Colleges EFFINGER CABOT COOLEY BATES LLOYD WARD WHITNEY KRAI ' S DAY HAMILTON BUHSLEY JOHN R. EFFINGER, PH.D. . HUGH CABOT, A.M., M.D. . . . MORTIMER E. COOLEY, LLD. Sc. D. HENRY M. BATES, Pn.B., LLB. ALFRED H. LLOYD, PH.D. LLD. . MARCUS L. WARD, D.D.Sc. , . ALLEN S. WHITNEY, A.B., LLD. College of Literature, Science and the Arts . . . . . College of Medicine College of Engineering and Architecture . ' Law School Graduate School College of Dental Surgery School of Education EDWARD II. KRAUS, PH.D., Sc.D College of Pharmacy, Summer School EDMUND E. DAY, Pn.D Business Administration JEAN HAMILTON, A.M Women JOSEPH A. BURSLEY, B.S. (ME) .... . Men 10 11 [12 16 ] [20] We no ?. SCHERER WYLIF. TAYLOR J iterary Officers JONES WALTER K. SCHERER ... ' . President DOROTHY A. WYLIE . . Vice-President MARION F. TAYLOR . Secretary LINCOLN D. JONES . . Treasurer BERESFORD BYERS GRAVES MACK MEHNER I 1()K DEXTER MORIARITY KERR DOOGE McCABE STARK YEAKEY J iterary (Committees ATHLETICS WILLIAM H. MERNER, Chairman KARL E. KAUFMAN RAYMOND CASSIDY JOHN P. ANDERSON FRANK B. LAMBERT LEROY E. NEISCH AUDITING LAURENCE H. FAVROT. Chairman RAYMOND J. ROTH BANQUET EDWARD C. STARK, Chairman WILLIAM H. GOOD CLAYTON G. HALE CHARLES E. SCHEARER FREIDA H. WISHROPP DOROTHY JEFFREY CAP AND GOWN DONALD C. McCABE. Chairman LAUREN B. STOKESBURY MARY E. HAYS SUSAN H. FITCH CATHERINE D. RIGGS ' CLASS DAY LAWRENCE E. DOOGE, Chairman DONALD W. CRANE RAYMOND A. ARNDT DORIS C. CROUSE HELEN J. DELBRIDGE SMITH BOLTON FINANCE JAMES A. BERESFORD, Chairman WALLACE M. FLOWER RALPH R. LEWRIGHT INVITATION FORREST I. YEAKEY. Chairman MIRIAM J. WICKSALL DOROTHY V. MAITLAND MARY C. KESSELL JAMES F. IDEMA BERTRAM S. KING GERALDINE L. SACKETT CONSTANCE A. SMITH EMILY L. HINE MEMORIAL LAWRENCE E. MACK, Chairman HARRY C. CLARK DOROTHY W. SOBER KATHERINE A. KONWINSKI JOHN L. STEPHENS WILLIAM T. WHITE PICTURE KENNETH R. KERR, Chairman HARRIET L. BURY ROBERT B. MITCHELL HAROLD J. NUTTING LEONARD B. ETTELSON PIPE AND CANE ROBERT C. MORIARITY, Chairman CHARLES J. DRESBACH MARION M. VANEVERY JAMES A. RICE RICHARD H. MAGRATH PROMENADE ARTHUR O. GRAVES, Chairman HELEN E. MUTSCHLER W. HOMER HATTENDORF EUGENE CARMICHEAL, JR. WlNONA A. HlBBARD PUBLICITY RALPH N. BYERS, Chairman DONALD B. FREDERICKS JOHN M. RUSSELL EDITH E. MILNES RECEPTION HARRY D. HOEY. Chairman DOROTHY E. ROCKWELL FREDERICK H. COSSIT ARTHUR B. McWooo GEORGE Z. HOFFMAN EDWARD C. MAEDER WILLIAM H. STEWART WILLIAM W. CLORE MARGARET M. DEMMON SENIOR SINGS Louis M. DEXTER. Chairman ELIZABETH DUKFIELD JAMES A. DRYER MARGARET L. BLACK CLARICE CASADY FREIDA A. BOES SOCIAL HUGH K. DUFFIELD, Chairman FRANCES A. O ' RIELLY LLOYD E. EISELE PHILLIP A. NEWELL JOHN R. ROWE WINIFIELD H. ROGERS HELEN R. MCBRATNIE ADVISORY DONALD W. STEKETEE HARRY G. KIPKE HUGH K. DUFFIELD 22 LESLIE BERNARD ABBOTT Tecumseh MIDA ABBOTT . . South Whitley, Indiana Kappa Phi. ADELINE C. ACKER Detroit HARRIET ACKLEY Detroit Kappa Kappa Gamma. ALBERT HARDING ADAMS Kalamazoo . CHRISTINE ADDISON Grand Haven Kappa Kappa Gamma. KATHERINE HOWE AINSWORTH Battle Creek Pi Beta Phi; Y. W. C. A.; Chm. List Com.; Junior Girls ' Play; Class Hockey (3) (4); Class Tennis (3); Athletic Assn. JAMES GRIFFITH ALDRICH ... Detroit Delta Sigma Pi; Swimming (2) (3). RAY LESLIE ALEXANDER Yale Sigma Delta Kappa; Adelphi; Varsity Debate. WILLIAM JOHN ALEXANDER, JR Steubenville, Ohio Alpha Sigma Phi; Opera (3). GLADYS MAE ALLEN . Highland Park JOHN KENNETH ALTLAND . . . , - Detroit Band (3) (4); Opera(3); Reserve Football (4). LIONEL EUGENE AMES Bay City Beta Phi Delta; Opera (2) (3) (4); Comedy Club; Spotlight. KATY R. AMONETTE El Paso, Texas 23 ANGUS EDWARD ANDERSON Manistee Grand Rapids JOHN PHILIP ANDERSON Phi Gamma Delta. RAY ANDERSON Vermontville Sigma Nu; Michiganensian (1); Upper Class Advisory Com.; V. F. V.; Craftsmen Club. Chicago, Illinois Flint T. LOYAL ANDERSON Theta Xi. THKLMA WINIFRED ANDREWS Daily (3); Summer Daily (2); Press Club (3) (4); Chimes (4). GILBERT APPELHOF, JR Detroit Phi Pi; Adelphi House of Representatives (1) (2) (3) (4); Hobart Guild President (3); Monteith Club; Veterans of Foreign Wars; S. C. A.; Vice-President Upper Class Advisory Com.; La Sociedad Hispanica. Grand Rapids Bourbon, Indiana MARGARET ANN-MARIE APPELT EVERETT D. ARMANTROUT . Michigan Daily (2) (3). RAYMOND ALBERT ARNDT . . Milwaukee, Wisconsin Kappa Sigma; Freshmen Cross Country and Track; Varsity Cross Country (2) (3) (4); Captain (4); Varsity Track (2) (3) (4). HAROLD S. ARNER Kingsi ' ille, Ontario Delta Phi; Chimes (1); Intramural (2) (3), Asst. Manager (3). DORIS KATHRYN ARNOLD .... Ann Arbor Alpha Chi Omega; Pan-Hellenic. MADELINE LEONE ARNOLD South Haven Chi Omega; Mandolin Club; Senior Play Com.; Junior Girls ' Play. R. GERALD ASHCRAFT . . Detroit Phi Delta Chi. JEROME ASHMORE Detroit [24 Mil MARGARET ELIZABETH ASMAN Ann Arbor Kappa Phi. MABEL AUGUST Detroit Phi Sigma Sigma; Portia Literary Society. FRANCES HELEN AVERY Traverse City Alpha Chi Omega. BERNARD GEORGE BABICKY Bessemer Phi Kappa. FRANK HAROLD BACKSTROM Kansas City, Missouri Sigma Delta Kappa, Delta Sigma Rho; Central League Debate (3); Treasurer Oratorical Association (4); President Delta Sigma Rho (4). Detroit DOROTHY ELOISE BACON Junior Girls ' Play. JOHN A. BACON ..... . Kansas City, Missouri Sigma Nu; Sigma Delta Chi; Michigamua; Sphinx; Pi Delta Epsilon; Delta Sigma Rho; Alpha Nu; Editor Chimes (4); Daily Staff (1) (2); Cheer Leader (1) (3) (4); Midwest Debate Team (1). ARNO LEHMAN BADER . . Grand Rapids Theta Chi. JOHN HAROLD BAIRD Peers. Bloomdale, Ohio LYDIA Low BAIRD Ann Arbor Pi Kappa; University Girls ' Glee Club; Portia Literary Society; Kappa Phi; Junior Girls ' Play. GERTRUDE YERKES BAKER Battle Creek Delta Gamma. J. CLAUDE BAKER Ann Arbor DON BALCOME Dowagiac Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon. DOUGLAS WILLIAM BALL Denver, Colorado Delta Alpha Epsilon. 25 JOSEPHINE E. BALZ Kappa Alpha Theta. ADA DORIS BANNISTER Indianapolis, Indiana FRANKLIN VOLAND BARGER Phi Mu Delta; Cross Country (1) (2); Track (1) (2) (3) (4). GEORGE SAMUEL BARNES Theta Chi. INEZ LOVE BARNETT Delta Zeta; Choral Union (1) (2) (3) (4). Millbrook, New York Toledo, Ohio } ' ichita, Kansas Homer, Indiana Lois ELLIOTT BARR St. Joseph Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Freshman Spread Com. HERBERT FREDERICK BARRETT Buffalo, New York Delta Alpha Epsilon; Scalp and Blade; Glee Club; Gargoyle; Business Staff; Cercle Francais. JOHN ALTON BARRETT Phi Mu Delta; Delta Theta Phi. Newberry LEONARD IHRIG BARRETT Ann Arbor Les Voyageurs; Phi Sigma; Forestry Club. NAVARRE THOMAS BARRON Detroit Trigon Club; Les Voyageurs; Treasurer Forestry Club (3) (4); Asst. Editor Michigan Forester (4). ALFRIEDA GERTRUDE BARTH . Ann Arbor Delta Zeta; Y. W. C. A.; Choral Union. ESTHER RUTH BARTH Ann Arbor Pi Kappa; Fellowship Com.; Y. W. C. A.; Girls ' Educational Club. DOROTHY EDITH BARTZ Erie, Pennsylvania Press Club. LESLIE DALE BATDORFF Ann Arbor 26 1 CLARA MARIE BAUER Ann Arbor GEORGE WILMOT BEAN Grand Rapids Alpha Nu; Kappa Phi Sigma; Cross Country (3). JOHN WILLIAM BEAN Elmira, Ontario Glee Club (3). SEWARD HENRY BEAN Grand Rapids Glee Club (4). GAYLORD NEWELL BEBOUT, JR. ... Detroit MARGARET VEALE BECK Morning Sun, Iowa Kappa Delta; Girls ' Glee Club (2) (3) (4); Choral Union (2) (3) (4). JESSIE ELIZABETH BECKHAM ... Toledo, Ohio Pi Beta Phi; Junior Girls ' Play; Industrial Com.; Y. W. C. A. RAYMOND Loris BEECHER Norwalk, Ohio Delta Alpha Epsilon. EARL RICHMOND BELL . . Montreal, Canada CLARENCE ALFRED BENEDICT Muskegon Adelphi; Golf Squad (4). DORIS M. BENEDICT Highland Park HELEN LORRAINE BENJAMIN Kalamazoo RALPH JOEL BENYDS Petoskey Tau Delta Phi; Base Ball (1) (2). CARROLL ALBERT BENZ Ann Arbor [27] JAMES ALFRED BERESFORD Sarnia, Ontario Delta Upsilon; Druids; Varsity Hockey (3) (4); Student Directory (2) (3); Opera (2); Michigan Technic (1) (2). Frankenmuth Detroit WALTER GEORGE BERNTHAL GRACE WOODBRIDGE BESANCOX Cercle Francais. JOHN C. BESLOCK Detroit WELDON GLENVVOOD BETTENS Hancock Delta Theta Phi; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Varsity Glee Club (2) (3); President Elect (4); Upper Class Advisory Com. (3). RUTH J. BEYER ALBERT WILLIAM BIRD Phi Mu Delta; Chamber of Commerce. DOROTHY BISHOP Gamma Phi Beta; Mortarboard; Wyvern. HARRY MORTIMER BISHOP Theta Chi. West Liberty, Iowa Cleveland, Ohio Vinona, Minnesota . Highland Park J MARGUERITTE BISSELL . . . Detroit Players ' Club. Greenville East McKeesport, Pennsylvania DUNCAN KENNETH BLACK MARGARET L. BLACK Zeta Tau Alpha STACY R. BLACK .... Ann Arbor Alpha Kappa Lambda; Scalp and Blade; Freshman Football Squad; Chamber of Commerce (3); Director (4); Players ' Club (3); President (4). LAWRENCE MEYER BLAU Dayton, Ohio 28 RACHEL BLITON Ann Arbor Junior Girls ' Play; Choral Union. EDWARD ALBERT BLOCK Indianapolis, Indiana EDWARD JAMES BLOTT Girard, Ohio Lambda Chi Alpha. JACK LEONARD BLOTT Girard, Ohio Lambda Chi Alpha; Michigamua; Sphinx; Baseball (2) (3); Capt. (4); Football (3) (4). JOSEPH CHAIM BLVMENTHAL Detroit G. H. BOBERTZ, JR. . . Detroit Chimes. FRIEDA AGATHA BOES Ann Arbor Junior Girls ' Play MENSO RALPH BOLT Grand Rapids DOROTHY PEARL BOLTON . Cleveland, Ohio Alpha Gamma Delta; Players ' Club; Athena; Dodo Players ' Club. FREDERICK JAMES BOLTON Ann Arbor SMITH BOLTON Saginaiv Psi Upsilon. WILLIAM L. BONHAM Hobart, Oklahoma Phi Chi. MATILDA JANET BOOKMILLER . . . Detroit ENOS BYRON BOOKWALTER .... Columbiana, Ohio Sigma Phi Epsilon. [ 29 1 IRWIN STANNARD BOOTH Birmingham Secretary Forestry Club (2) (3); President Forestry Club (3) (4). RUTH BORN Napoleon, Ohio HERBERT PAUL BOSTICK Manton Pi Kappa Alpha; Glee Club (2); Michigan Daily (3); Craftsmen Club. CLARIBEL FRANCES BOWEN Ypsilanli Senior Society; Michigenensian (3) (4); Girls ' Glee Club (4); Choral Union (3) (4); Y. W. C. A.; Cabinet (4). ANDERSON T. BOWERS Dayton, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Nu Sigma Nu. HELEN LOUISE BOWERS Enid, Oklahoma LUCIA BOYNTON Ann Arbor CHAUNCEY LAMAR BRACE ... Pontiac Chi Psi; Michigan Daily (1); Michigan Opera (3). MARGERY ANNA BRANDO Detroit Pi Kappa; Players ' Club; Women ' s Educational Club. FRANCES ARNOLD BREDIN Hiram, Ohio Gamma Phi Beta; Y. W. C. A.; Cabinet (4); University Girls ' Glee Club (3) (4); Choral Union (3) (4). FRANK J. BRETTLE, JR Cherry Creek, New York Republican Club; Adelphi. LUCRETIA CAMPBELL BREWER Toledo, Ohio Senior Society; Class Hockey (2); Girls ' Mandolin Club (3) (4); Y. W.C. A., Cabinet (4). KITTY GREEN BROADHEAD Detroit University Girls ' Glee Club; Choral Union. CLARENCE THOMAS BROWN Detroit La Sociedad Hispanica; Men ' Educational Club. .T.T.T.T.T.TTTTT: [30] EDWARD E. BROWN Traverse City MADELINE BEADLE BROWN Grand Rapids Pi Beta Phi. PAMELA BROWN Srhoolrraft Mortarboard; Senior Society; Wyyern; Senior Girls ' Play Chm.; Junior Girls ' Play Com.; Judiciary Council (3); Junior Advisor Com. ROBERT ANDREW BROWN Grand Rapids Zeta Psi; Sigma Delta Chi; Comedy Club. ROBERT PARMELEE BROWN Flint Phi Kappa Sigma. LUCILE GRACE MERRIE BRUHNS Ann Arbor GERTRUDE BRUMMELER . Grand Rapids Junior Girls ' Play; Mandolin Club. HOWARD PHILLIPS BI-NDY Elkhart, Indiana Chimes Editorial Staff (4). ANNABELLE ELIZABETH BVRDICK . Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Zeta Tau Alpha; Tennis (2) (3) (4); Junior Girls ' Play; Choral Union; Players ' Club; Basketball; La Sociedad Hispanica. ELEANOR MARGARET BI:HDIC.K ... Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Zeta Tau Alpha; Girls ' Glee Club; Choral Union; Junior Girls ' Play; Press Club; Pennsylvania Club; Players ' Club. ERIAL KERN BURNSIDE Muscatine, Iowa MARVIN MARION BURNSIDE Muscatine, Iowa SARAH JEAN BURR Detroit DAVID VICTOR BURNSTKIN New Orleans, Louisiana 31 WILLIAM EBEN BURR Fairfield, Connecticut Beta Phi Delta; Sigma Gamma Epsilon. HARRIET LOUISA BURY ... Detroit Collegiate Sorosis; Pi Lambda Theta; Junior Girls ' Play. HELEN MARIE BUSSEY Bancroft BEN BUTLER Logansporl, Indiana Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROY E. BUTLER . . Battle Creek Reserve Football. STATIRA JANE BUTMAN Fremont, Ohio Kappa Kappa Gamma; Student Directory (3); University Girls ' Glee Club (3) (4). RALPH NEWELL BYERS New Castle, Pennsylvania Sigma Delta Chi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Druids; Michigan Daily (1) (2) (3) (4), Night Editor (3), Sports Editor (4); Chairman Senior Publicity Com.; Press Club (3) (4); Pennsylvania Club (1) (2) (3). ZOA RUTH BYERS Kalamazoo Alpha Gamma Delta; Junior Girls ' Play; Y. V. C. A.; Matinee Musical. ELIZABETH B. CAIN South Haven Chi Omega; Wyvern; Mortarboard; Women ' s Athletic Assn. (2) (3), President (4); Junior Girls ' Play. FLORA NINA CALLENDER Ann Arbor Alpha Gamma Delta; Players ' Club (1); Matinee Musical; La Sociedad Hispanica; Women ' s League Membership Drive Com. (3). DOROTHY CAMPBELL Highland Park Gamma Phi Beta; Masques; Press Club. RUTH CAPLAN . . Detroit Alpha Epsilon Phi. ELIZABETH GARLAND Peloskey EUGENE CARMICHAEL, JR Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Theta Chi; Michigan Daily (2), Editorial Board (3); Glee Club (3) (4). [32] NANETTE CARNAHAN Ml. Pleasant Pi Beta Phi; Wyvern; Michiganensian (2) (3); Freshman Spread Com.; Y. V. C. A.; House Com.; Pan-Hellenic Ball Com.; Glee Club (3); Junior Girls ' Play. ANDRE AUGUSTUS CARNOCHAN Scalp and Blade. HELEN MARIAN CARPENTER Buffalo, New York Lake Linden DUANE MILLS CARR Ann Arbor Phi Delta Theta; Freshman Glee Club (1); Adclphi (1); Varsity Glee Club (4). ELIZABETH CARSON . . . Ann Arbor Delta Delta Delta; Wyvern; Mortarboard; Freshman Spread Com.; Sec. Women ' s Athletic Assn.; Junior Girls ' Play Com.; Cercle Francais. MABEL MILLER CARTER Ann Arbor Choral Union (3) (4); Y. W. C. A. VELMA LEIGH CARTER Lakewood, Ohio Alpha Omicron Pi; Sigma Delta Phi, Pres. (4); Wyvern; Masques, Vice-Pres. (4); Mummers, Pres. (3); Junior Girls ' Play; Whimsies Staff (3) (4); Stylus. CLARICE CASADY jlflj ' . . . . juljlAfo ine, Illinois Kappa Alpha Theta; Junior Girls ' Play; Class Hockey. RAYMOND M. CASSIDY )} 7l . % 1- ' Ottawa, Illinois Zeta Psi. HUGH THOMAS CAVANAUGH Delta Chi. LUCILLE MARIE CHALMERS Delta Zeta; World Fellowship Committee, W. A. A. CHARLES WILLIAM CHAMPION Phi Mu Delta; Michigan Daily. HARRY RAYMOND CHAPMAN Delta Upsilon. MARY AUGUSTA CHASE . . . Clear field, Pennsylvania Junior Girls ' Play; Pennsylvania Club. Grand Ra iids . . . Detroit . Goshen, Indiana Cleveland His., Ohio ill 33 Shanghai, China Durand I IORATIO X. T. CHKN .... ROBERT J. CHICK, JR Peers; Chamber of Commerce, Publicity Director; Adelphi. LYLA JOSEPHINK CHISHOLM Alpha Chi Omega. HI ' TII CHRISTKNSEX ... Alpha Chi Omega; Sigma Delta Phi; Masques; Comedy Club, Sec. (4). DONALD BRADLEY Cm ' BB Romeo Sigma Phi Kpsilon; Class Track (1); Varsity Glee Club (2) (3) (4); S. C. A. Cabinet; Choral Union (2). Ban City Del roil VINTON HENRY CHURCH L ' lysses, Pennsylvania Gargoyle (2) (3) (4); Players ' Club (3). CHARLOTTE FRAZEE CLOGETT Ontario, Oregon BLANCHE MARTHA CLARK Northville i GAIL VIOLETTE CLARK . Ann Arbor JAMES S. CLARK Sigma Chi. JOHN C. CLARKE . . . ? - Sigma Nu; Gargoyle (2) (3); Art Editor Chimes (1). LAURENCE MAC P RLAXE CLARK . ' ' " . jT . Delta Upsilon. ROBERT RUSSELL CLARK . rjr.-, Cygnus House Clul). WILLIAM WARD CLORE Delta I ' psilon; Michigan Opera (4); .... Detroit Beloil, Wisconsin . . . . Clinton Conoquenessing, Pennsylvania ' innetka, Illinois (2) (3) (4); Gargoyle (1). LOUISE CLARISSA COATES Chi Omega, Junior Girls ' Play. CAMERON CODY WARREN COE Pi Kappa Alpha. ALENE BLITZ COHEN Xcwmarket, Ontario, Canada Chelsea Lou isi ' ille, Kentucky KATHHYN ANNE LOUISE COLE Ann Arbor Alpha Xi Delta. WILLIAM H. COLE Hillsboro, Illinois MARION FRANCIS COLLISON . . . . Hollywood, California Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MARY JOSEPHINE COMPTON . Ann Arbor Alpha Gamma Delta; Freshman Spread Com.; Junior Girls ' Play Com.; Basket Ball; Archery; Students ' Press Club; Women ' s Educational Club; Tennis Tourna- ment 111 11 1. DONALD O. COOK ' . : -.. ' .- . HH Owosxo Delta Tau Upsilon; Delta Sigma Rho; Adelphi; Varsity Debating Team: Oratorical Board; Players ' Club. EVELYN LUCILE COOK Alpha Gamma Delta; Kappa Phi; Players ' ' GEORGE LEWIS COOPER Beta Theta Pi. LLOYD EVERETT COOPER ROBERT WILLIAM COOPER Michigan Daily (2). 1 ... Detroit Montdair, New . c .sc , -.:: . Grand Rapids Harbors, Minn: 35 I EARL WALLACE CORY . . ... Blackfoot, Idaho Kappa Phi Sigma; Alpha Nu Chapter, Presiden t; Westerners ' Club. FREDERICK HENRY COSSITT La Grange, Illinois Phi Gamma Delta. BERNADETTE MARION COTE Kappa Delta; Michigan Daily; Press Club; Junior Girls ' Play. LORA MARIE COTE Kappa Delta; Junior Girls ' Play. DWIGHT HAWTHORNE COURSEY . . Phi Mu Delta. . . Detroit . . . . Detroit Mitchell, South Dakota RAY CLARK COUTTS Grinnell, Iowa Acacia; Underclass Conduct Com.; Craftsmen Club, Treasurer (3) President (4). FOSTER COVERT . M.MIOI ' KRITE COYNE RUTH ELIZABETH COZIXE ... Delta Gamma; Zeta; Kappa Phi. Ann Arbor Detroit . Albion THOMAS C. CRABBE . . J . . . . ' . -j--- Tv.-JT Psi Upsilon. WINIFHHD CHARLOTTE CRAIGII: Senior Play Com.; Women ' s Athletic Board: Junior Girls ' Play. DONALD WILSON GRAIN K Theta Delta Chi. WALTER L. GRAVER Delta Phi. EDWARD O. CRAWFORD . Cleveland, Ohio . . Detroit Alloona, Pennsylvania Youngstown, Ohio Ithaca [36 ] WILLIAM CAMPBKLL CRAWFOHTH Bay City Acacia; Craftsmen Club; Football " AMA " (3); Class Basketball (1) (2) (3). CECIL OSBORN CREAL .... Jamextoum, New York Phi Sigma Kappa. MAXINE JANE CROMWELL Chardon, Ohio Pi Kappa. MOREAI STEPHEN CROSBY . . Grand Rapids Alpha Delta Phi; Golf Team (3); Sophomore Prom. Com.; Gargoyle (1) (2); Stu- dents ' Com. on Athletic Affairs; Finance Com. Chm. (1); Social Com. (2). DORIS CLARK CROVSE Cleveland, Ohio Delta Gamma; Wyvern; Mortarboard; Freshmen Spread Com.; Sophomore Social Com.; Junior Girls ' Play; Representative Women ' s League Board (3) (4). Fai ette City, Pennsylvania JOHN WILLIAM CROUSHORE Sigma Phi Kpsilon STANLEY O. CROWE , Phi Kappa Tau. WENONAH E. CVDDY !,l| Alpha Phi. MILLER BEHARRELL CI ' RLESS . . Fairnwunt, Indiana Symphony Orchestra (1) (2); Varsity Band (2) (3) (4); Librarian (3); Chamber of Commerce. Manistiquc Amherslbiirg, Ontario DOROTHY MAXINE CURTIS Ionia JENNESS JOHN DANCER .... v . . . . Stock-bridge Sigma Alpha Kpsilon; Baseball (1); Cosmopolitan Club. FRED HENRY DANIELS Prior Lake, Minnesota HESTER ANN DATGHERTY Crown Point, Indiana MARIE ALENE DAVIS Inn Arbor Delta Zeta; Mortarboard; Kappa Phi; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3) (4); Girls ' S. C. A. Cabinet (4). 37] . GUY DEBOER Detroit HELEN THOMAS DEEMER New Castle, Delaware Kappa Delta. HELEN J. DELBRIDGE . Detroit Pi Beta Phi; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Pi Lambda Theta, President; Women ' s League, President (1), Treasurer (3); Social Com. Chm. (2); Class Viee-President (3); Junior Girls ' Play; Asst. Chm., Freshmen Spread Com.; Class Hockey (2) (3). PHYLLIS ELIZABETH DELF .... Calumet Pi Kappa; Masques; Mummers; Athena; Junior Girls ' Play. JAMES CLIFFORD DELONG ... Pleasant Lake, Indiana Delta Alpha Epsilon; Adelphi (2) (3); Junior Advisor (3); Chamber of Commerce (3) (4); Players ' Club (3) (4). MARGARET DEMMON Grand Rapids Kappa Alpha Theta. RAY F. DENG Mount Clemens Delta Alpha Kpsilon. EDWIN DESMOND Clintonville, Connecticut Alpha Xu; Class Baseball (2); Montieth Club. ORVILJLK C. DEVIEW Knarl iff ' - w GWENDOLYN JANET DEW Albion Delta Gamma; Delta Sigma Hho; Athena. Louis MILES DEXTF.R . . . ' . . . . fct r ? . . . . Grand Rapids Acacia; Daily Business Staff (3) (4). FRIEDA S. DIEKHOFF twrWtL- ' Ann Arbor Delta Delta Delta; Delta Sigma Rho; Mortarboard; Class Vice-President (2); Ohio-Michigan Women ' s Debate (3); Vice-President Women ' s League (4). LAWRENCE EDWARD DOOGE t vw_ Grand Rapids Kappa Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi; Sphinx; Druids; Gargoyle (1); Student Christian Association Chm. Financial Campaign (3); Asst. Chm. Union Swimming Pool Drive (3); Chm. Union House Com. (,3); Upper Class Advisors; Freshman Basket- bail: Chm. Class Song Com. (4). Sff i C5 ' ? i MILDRED At ' Gi ' STA DOSTER . Ann Arbor .T-T.T.T [ 38 SAMUEL BURTON DoUGHTON Sparla, North Carolina Alpha Nu. ARTHUR SMITH DOWNING Savona, New York Men ' s Educational Club. DOROTHY DOWSETT Jackson MARJORY HOBTEXSE DRAKE Ann Arbor Cercle Francais. HARRY IRVING DHEBIN Rig Rapids Craftsmen Club. Verona, New Jersey Marion Camp, Missouri CHARLES JAMES DRESBACH Circleville, Ohio Alpha Sigma Phi; Mimes, President (3); Union Opera (2) (3) (1); Comedy Club, President (3); Union Executive Com. (3). WILLIAM JENNINGS DRISCOLL JAMES ARNOLD DRYER Phi Mu Alpha; Daily (1) (2) (3); Glee Clubj(2) (3) (4) FLORA MILDRED DUFFENDACK . . Choral Union; University Girls ' Glee Club. ELIZABETH ANN DUFFIKLD . Oak Park. Illinois Alpha Gamma Delta; Junior Girls ' Play Com.; Freshmen Girls ' Glee Club; Michi- ganensian (3) (4); Class Social Com. (15). HUGH K. DUFFIELD Oak Park, Illinnis Alpha Sigma Phi; Alpha Kappa Psi; Michigamua; Sphinx; Pi Delta Epsilon: Class President (3); Student Council (1); Treasurer (1); Miehiganensian Business (1) ( ' 2) (3); Advertising Manager (3); Union Com. (1) (2); Class Social Com. Chin. (Ij: Mimes Theatre Com. (2) (3); Fresh Air Camp Drive (3); Spotlight Com. (3). THOMAS I. DUNCAN ' . " Findlai , Ohio DOROTHY D. DUNLAP Qninri , Illinois Pi Lambda Theta; Junior Girls ' Play; Choral Union. THEODORE LEWIS DUNLAP Delroi! ( 39 GLADYS EDITH DUNN . . Hastings, New York J. KYUANG Drxx . . Louisville, Kentucky Chyron; Delta Sigma Rho; Alpha Nu; Treasurer (2), Vice-President (3); Fresh- man Debate, Extemporaneous Speaking Contest (2); Oratorical Board (3); Chin. Local Contests (3); Varsity Debate (3); President Weslcyan Guild (4); Vice-Presi- dent S.C.A. (-1); President Oratorical Assn. (4). CECIL F. EDE Great falls, Montana Phi Kappa Tau. FRANK MKRRIMAN EDWARDS L ' tica, New York Lambda Chi Alpha. A. GRACE EDMONDS Hastings CARL GEORGE EGELER Lansing HERBERT SPENCER EIGES Detroit i LLOYD EDWARD EISELE Phoenix. Arizona Delta Chi. Lois ELWOOD Menominee " Kappa Alpha Theta. SANFORD HAYES KNSIXGER East Aurora, New York- Delia Sigma Phi; Tennis (1); Commerce Club (2); Players ' Club (2) (3), Business Mgr. (3); Uppcrclass Advisory Com. (3); Union Temporary Directory Com. (3). CHARLOTTE CAROLINE ERMANN Detroit AVyvern; Senior Society; Junior Girls ' Play; League Board. HELEN ESSER . . . Salt ' 5JJBH5. SiRi ' iiiw ' ' " Detroit LEONARD BERT ETTELSON . v . 7 " . Sf Chicago, Illinois Phi Epsilon Pi; Chimes (1) (2), Publication Mgr. (3). CLARENCE FRANCIS EVANS ... : Youngstown, Ohio Sigma Phi Epsilon; Craftsmen. . ' ' -- ' . -V- -- l-.-r-T. ---.-. T-T---_T-T.T-T-T-T-T-T.--T-rT---r-- -rT--- ' r. ' r-T-T-T-T.T-T-T-T.T-r_T_ -. T. T.T-T .T.T.-.Tr- [40 EVELYN M. EVANS . Detroit BESS EVERETT De Kalb, Illinois CHARLOTTA JOSEPHINE EWING Alpha Omicron Pi; Masques; Junior Girls ' Play. Grand Rapids Grand Rapids HONORA FALCONER Kappa Kappa Gamma. LAURENCE HARRISON FAYROT liaton Rouge, Louisiana Alpha Sigma Phi; Alpha Kappa Psi; Michigamua; Sphinx; Pi Delta Kpsilon; Mich- igan Daily Business Staff (2); Accounts Mgr. Summer Daily (3); Accounts Mgr. Daily (3); Chm. Class Auditing Com. (3); Business Mgr. Daily (4). LYDIA MILDRED FELSKE JOHN FERGUSON . CARL S. FERY Phi Mu Alpha; Lcs Yoyageurs; Forestry FLORENCE HELEN FIEBIG Alpha Omicron Pi; Choral Union. Del roil Detroit ille, Washington Grand Rapids GERTRUDE KATHEUNE FIEGEL CHAHLOTTA MINERVA FIELD Classical Club. CHARLES E. FINLEY Delta Tau Delta. HELEN MARIE FISCHER Ann Arbor Shelbi A lhl on York, Pennsylvania - 1 . 3.1 MARION LEVI FISK . Alpha F:psilon Phi; Michigan Dames; Tennis Tournament (2) (3). [41 ] SUSAN HAYDEN FITCH Socorro, New Mexico Alpha Phi; Wyvern; Mortarboard; Chimes (3); Secretary Junior Class; Social Com. (1); Board of Directors Women ' s League (2) (3); Chm. Life Membership Com. (2). ROBERT KEENE FITZPATRICK Princeton, New Jersey EDWIN THOMAS FLADER . ' . . Chicago, Illinois Phi Sigma Kappa. RICHARD PAUL FLECKENSTEIN Ionia Phi Kappa Sigma. WILLIAM FLEISCHAKER Louisville, Kentucky Zeta Beta Tau; Michiganensian (2) (3) (4), Fraternity Editor (3); Advisory Board (4); Dixie Club; Kentucky Club. DOUGLAS FLOOD Kenilworth, Illinois Delta Kappa Kpsilon; Union Opera (2); Assistant Mgr. Intramural Athletics (2). WALLACE McFARLAND FLOWER Washington, D.C. Phi Kappa Sigma; Daily (1) (2) (3); Gargoyle (1); Union Father ' s Day Com. (3) (4); Union Fair Com. (4). LAWRENCE METCALF FOLSOM Detroit MARY JOSEPHINE FORD Shelbf inlle, Kentucky Zeta Tau Alpha. LAWRENCE J. FOSTER .. ' . ' . t ., . -. Hudson Gargoyle (2) (3). HILDA LUCILLE FRANK Heed City Junior Girls ' Play; University Girls ' Glee Club (3) (4). LEO I. FRANKLIN . u.. Smi . ' .j ij ' j f fi Detroit Zeta Beta Tau; Mimes; Gargoyle (1) (2) (3), Foreign Advertising Mgr. (3); Opera Program Com. (2) (3); Chm. Union Service Com. (4); J-Hop Sub Com. (3). THOMAS HART FRENCH 4 . ..... Muskegon ROSALINE FREUND . Toledo, Ohio Senior Society; Mummers; Masques: Junior Girls ' Play; Athena. IT.-.T--T.T -- -T.T.-r.T. : -cmrr [42 W- HARRY BERNARD FRIKDGOOD ........ - Detroit HAROLD EUGENE FRITSC.HE ................ Ann Arbor Players ' Club (3) (4); Opera (3). LEWIS MILLER GABRIEL ....... pi l lla Ohio GEORGE JACKSON GALE ............ Nashville, Tennessee Phi Delta Theta. Play. S. PAULINE GALLAGHER .......... .- Kappa Delta; Class Baseball (2) (3); Class Hockey (2) (3); Junior Hillsdale LOUISE ELIZABETH GALLOWAY . . Kappa Kappa Gamma; YAV.C.A. Cabinet (4); Social Service Com. (3). J. OTISGARBER Goshen, Indiana MARIAN CATHERINE GARFIELD Albion Alpha Chi Omega. ANTHONY GAUBIS itlj. Newark, New Jersey EARL ROBERT GENTHE - Wyandolle Hermitage. EDWARD JONATHON GERMANO A ' " ? Nea York Italian Club. " PhfsiSSS SeUa Intramural Department (2) (3) (4), Asst (3), ' Mir. (4)SlSSl Directory (2) (3) Asst. Editor (3); Track (1); Football (1); Class Speedball Champions (2) (3) (4); Class Basketball; Hockey. ' .?;. . . . Detroit -ili i. 1 11 KN MY GEORGE GILDNER . . - OP . .... Grand Haven Chi Phi. WILLIAM ALEXANDER GIBSON, JR. . Beta Phi Delta. 43 FREDERICK EDWARD GILNER Grand Rapids Phi Gamma Delta; Michigamua; Sphinx; Pi Delta Epsilon; J-Hop Com.; Michi- ganensian Editorial Staff (2) (3) (4), Sporting Editor (3), Managing Editor (4); Managing Editor Student Directory (1). HELEN GILLESPIK Highland Park Pi Kappa; Junior Girls ' Play. FAY BARTLING GILLIES Vindber, Pennsylvania REXFORD WILLIAM GILLIES Vindber, Pennsylvania EUGENIE M. GIRTWINE Detroit THERESE EDITH GLASS Ahmeek Sigma Tau Delta. HORACE W. GLASGOW . Spencer, Iowa Pi Kappa Alpha; Mid- Vest Debate (2); Central League Varsity Debate (3); Ex- tempore Contest (2). ALIE BEACH GLOVER .... Ypsilanli Pi Beta Phi; Junior Girls ' Play; Junior Girls ' Social Com.; Senior Girls ' Social Com.; Freshmen Girls ' Glee Club. DAMA ADELAIDE GODFREY . Ann Arbor Alpha Xi Delta. AJl EUGENE GOLDMAN, JR Chicago, Illinois Wrestling (3). LEONARD J. GOLDWATER New York, New York Track (1) (2) (3) (4); Gargoyle (1) (2) (3); M Club; Choral Union (3) (4). WILLIAM HERBERT GOOD .... . - ? Tiffin, Ohio Theta Chi; Michiganensian Stall (2); Michigan Daily Business Staff (3). WALTER STUART GOODSPEAD ... . . ?w5rT Grand Rapids Delta Kappa Epsilon; Michigan Daily (1) (2); Opera (2); Class Track (1); Asst. Track Mgr. (3). MAM MAILE Goss Lakewood, Ohio Acacia. .T.T.T.T. 44] Louis ALBERT GOTTING Rockford WILLIAM DAVID GOWANS Detroit Sigma Delta Kappa. FRANCES LILLIAN GRAHAM Detroit Alpha Xi Delta. ARTHUR OWENS GRAVES Chicago, Illinois Delta Tau Delta; Druids; Asst. Track Mgr. (15); Varsity Track Mgr. (4). ARCHIBALD C. GRAY . . Petoskey Chi Psi. ERNEST GOODWIN GREEN . Grand Rapids Delta Tau Upsilon. ARNOLD SAMUEL GREENE A ' York City, New York Adelphi. SAMUEL LEWIS GREENBAUM, JR. . . . Louisville, Kentucky Zeta Beta Tau; Quadrangle Club (3) ( ): Editorial Board (2) (3); Dodo Playshop (31 (4). (4). LILLIAN ELIZABETH GREENLAND Delta Delta Delta. Gary, Indiana DOROTHY GREENWALD Stylus; Wyvern; Senior Society; Whimsies (3) (4). BERNIECE GREGORY Menominee EDWARD PAYSON GREGORY Howell ' ittslon, Pennsylvania Pi Kappa Alpha; Sigma Gamma Epsilon HELEN GREGORY Kappa Delta. WINIFRED GHIDLEY . Gamma Phi Beta . Ann Arbor . Pleasant a i [45] MARION HUGH GRIFFITTS . . Meriden, Kansas HENRIETTA DORATHIA GUETSCHOW Detroit LUCILLE HAGENER . . . Toledo, Ohio Alpha Gamma Delta; Junior Girls ' Play; Students Press Club. CLAYTON GOULD HALE . Cleveland Heights, Ohio Chi Phi; Alpha Delta Sigma; Freshman Glee Club Leader (1); Varsity Glee Club (2); Gargoyle (1) (2); Union Orchestra (2); Varsity Band. (2); Opera ' Orchestra (2). ELIZABETH R. HALFERT Kappa Delta; Junior Girls ' Play; Choral Union. Dowagiac MARJORIE LEE HALL Gary, Indiana WILLIAM RUSSELL HALL Dallas, Texas Sigma Chi. HOPK HALLAUAV . East Lansing Delta Gamma; Mu Phi Epsilon; Vyvern; Chm. Music Com. Junior Girls ' Play; Stanley Chorus (2). WILLIAM B. HALLEY Opera (1) (3). Louisville, Kentucky MARY MARGARET HALLER Sault Sainte Marie WELDON THOMAS HAMES . . ... Itaflirstcr. AY ' VorA Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Union Opera (2) (3); Winner All Campus Tennis Tourney C2); Daily (2); Freshman Soccer (1); Freshman Tennis (1). 1 HJALMAR S. HANSEN Phi Pi; Alpha JULIUS ADOLPH HANSLOVSK Alpha Nu. KH IN DAVID HANSON . Kappa Phi Sigma. Moline, Illinois . Traverse City Belding [46 ] . JULIUS GEORGE HANSON ...... Rochester, Minnesota ALICE BEATRICE HARBRIDGE .......... Ridgway, Pennsylvania . Kappa Phi. RAYMOND HARRISON HARKRIDER .... Brook, Indiana MARGARET AILEEN HARLEY .... ...... Detroit Junior Girls ' Play. FREDERICK RICHARD HARPER . Helena, Montana Phi Rho Sigma; Delta Sigma Rho; Treasurer Medic Class 2( . RALPH HARPER Middleville (3); Montieth Club President (3); Wesley Club. GERALD HARRIS . Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Les Voyageurs; Phi Sigma; Forestry Club. WILLIAM GROCE HARRISON ...... . - Birmingham, Alabama Alpha Tau Omega. RICHARD DEVERE HARTNELL . ' annum, British Columbia Beta Phi Delta; Alpha Kpsilon Mu; Band; Symphony Orchestra. X " fli Saranac MAURICE . HARTWELL Chamber of Commerce Detroit RUTH HARVEY .... Alpha X Delta. MARY ELIZABETH HASKINS La Sociedad Hispanica. HAVILAH EBERT HASTINGS, JR. ... Kappa Sigma; American Legion Post Commander Anchorage, Kentucky Olathe, Kansas Officer (3). State Normal Club. inance ( Paw Paw (3) (4); Round-l ' p Club; Chamber of Commerce: NV.-stom 1 tfcz [47] W. HOMER HATTENDORF Western Springs, Illinois Phi Gamma Delta; Michigamua; Sphinx; Varsity Track (2) (3) (4); Captain (4). RICHARD JULIAN HAVEN Muskegon Delta Sigma Pi. J. CARLETON HAVENS HELEN H. HAWKEN Gamma Phi Beta; Junior Girls ' Play; Press Club. KENNETH MACDONALD HAWKS Band (2) (3) (4). Del roil Detroit West Palm Beach, Florida i I LEWIS C. HAYDEN New one, New York EDITH MARY HAYS . Michigan City, Indiana Kappa Alpha Theta; Wyvern; Class Vice-President (1); Chm. Freshman Spread Com.; Hockey; Basketball; Baseball; Junior Girls ' Play. ER ELIZABETH HEIDEMAN . Calumet Portia Literary Society. ON KERR HEILBRUNN Ann Arbor Delta Delta Delta; Stylus; Asst. City Editor Daily (3); Alumnus (3). ESTH JEWEL CLARICE HEISER ' -3, Cleveland, Ohio Delta Zeta; Junior Girls ' Play; Players ' Club; Social Service Work. EHMA JOAN HKLLMUTH . $ . -. - " . " j Bay City JOSEPH HENWOOD V.F.W.; Chamber of Coi RKTA J. HESSI.KR . - . SANFORD HKWITT Detroit Buffalo, New York- Del roil [48] WINONA ALEXANDRIA I IIBBARD Flint Mortarboard; Michigan Daily (2) (3) (4), Women ' s Editor (4). SAMUEL IRVING HICKS , Millbrook, New York LEROY E. HIEBER Cedar Falls, Iowa Delta Tau Upsilon; Craftsmen Club. MILDRED ASHTOX HILEMAN Mount Pleasant PATTI G. HILLER . Detroit Delta Delta Delta; Pi Lambda Theta; Y.W.C.A. EMILY L. HINE Grand Rapids Players ' Club: Michiganensian; Junior Girls ' Play; Student Directory; Cercle Francais; Chimes; Senior Invitation Com.; Press Club. OSCAR V. HIRSCHFELD Cincinnati, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Alpha Kappa Psi; Union Opera. JOSEPH H. HIRSCHMAN . ... Saint Paul, Minnesota Zeta Beta Tau. HORTKNSE HOAD Gamma Phi Bela; Comedy Club; Masques; Junior ' KENNETH HOAG . JAMES TRENBATH HOAR WINIFRED S. W. HOBBS Kappa Alpha Theta. CHARLES EDWIN HODGMAN Kappa Phi Sigma; Delta Sigma Hho; Quadrangle; bating Team. HARRY DONALD HOEY . Ann Arbor nn Arbor Lake Linden Ann Arbor Delta Citv Coldwaler Team (1); Varsity D - Youngstown. Ohio ielta Tau Delta; Sigma Delta Chi; Sphinx; Druids; Michigan Daily (1) (2) ity Editor (4); Chm. Junior Publicity Com.; Chm. Union Com. (1) (2). [49] fc GEORGE Z. HOFFMAN Dubuque, Iowa Alpha Tau Omega; Michigan Union Opera (2) (3); Mimes (2); Student Council (3). HARRIOTT CATHERINE HOLLON Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Girls ' Glee Club. WILLIAM LAWSON HALLOWAV, JH RICHARD WOTKINS HOLT JUDITH HOOTKINS Alpha Epsilon Phi; Cercle Francais. Marshall Helena, Montana . . Detroit . Grand Rapids , CHARLOTTA HOWARD .... Jackson Junior Girls ' Play; Choral Union. HELEN LOUISE HOWARD . Highland Park Alpha Omicron Pi; Costume Com. Junior Girls ' Play; Michiganensian (3) (4); Student Directory (4). JOHN AUSTIN HOWARD . Ann Arbor EDGAR C. HOWBERT (Colorado Springs, Colorado Phi Gamma Delta. A . ' MARION ROWLAND . ..- ? , . Pi Lambda Theta. HTTH ALDEN HOWKLL . Highland Park Washington, D.C. Girls ' Glee Club (2); Choral Union (-1); Student Press Club (3) (4), Secretary (3 MARGARKT LAVERNA HOZAGK Louis HBOMADKO T i-r- i ' v i- Mi ' nn A nn I jl {3 1.- r!. A. Il t HliAlilJ -w- -- . - T ._ Michigan Dailv (3) (4), Music Editor (4); Detroit Detroit ' . . . " . . Merrill r.-r.T.T-.-r.T.T.T.T.T.T.T-T.T-T-T-T-T T_T,T-T.T.T-TlT.T -r-.T.T.r.T.T- [ 50 E ' ttm SETH ANDREW HI-SHARD CARL PARKER HUBEH . . . . Alpha Sigma Phi. MARGARET WILLAMENE HUEBNER JOHN FRED HUENI ELIZABETH LEE HUMPHREY Delta Delta Delta. River lead, New York Ann Arbor . . . . Detroit Bremen, Indiana Rochester, Massachusetts ELIZABETH HUMPHREYS ... VanWerl, Ohio Kappa Kappa Gamma; Michiganensian Business Staff (3) (4); Class Secretary (1); Freshman Spread Com.; Social Com. JOSEPH TSUFANG Hu. _ fj; Tientsin, China Chinese Students Club. CHI FANG Huo . . JOHN HENRY HUSSELMAN Chamber of Commerce Treasurer. Canton, China Grand Rapids JANICE HUBBARD HUTCHINS Pontiac Clul); Honor Council. MAXWELL VESTON HUTCHINSON . JOHN HUNTINGTON HUTTON Pontiac . Middleburij, Indian nlf- ' fi ' . Highland Park LAURA ELIZABETH HYDE , SVm (7 .s. AY Yml, Alpha Xi Delta; Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Girls ' Glee Club (2) (3) (4). FRANCES ELLEN IDE . Creston, Iowa 3 -m [51 ] JAMES FERRY IDEMA Grand Rapids DAVID H. JACKSON . ' - . Greeley, Colorado EDITH MARIAN JACOBS Oklahoma City, Oklahoma HELEN RUTH JACOBS Oklahoma City, Oklahoma MARY ELIZABETH JAMESON ... Cadillac Kappa Delta; Choral Union; Glee Club. DOROTHY JEFFREY ... ... New York City, eu York Pi Beta Phi; Wyvern; Sigma Delta Phi; Mortarboard; Women ' s League Campaign Fund, Treasurer (2), Chm. (3); Y. W. C. A. Yice-President (3), President (4); Comedy Club; Mummers; Masques, President (4); Junior Girls ' Play; Daily (2); Freshman Spread Com.; Glee Club. Kirkwood, Missouri Detroit ALFRED HENRY JEKEL Craftsmen (2) (3) (4). IDA VALENTINE JENKS Girls ' Glee Club. DOROTHY JENNERS South Haven Junior Girls ' Play. HELEN EMERSON JENNINQS, . . ..- Spanish Club. MARY RUTH JEROME .... Delta Gamma. TA LORETTA JOHNSON ZetaTau Alpha; Junior Girls ' Play. L 3? EVELYN CI.EONE JOHNSON THOMAS HARLAN JOHNSON . Toledo, Ohio Saint Clair Erie, Kansas Capron, Illinois . Ann Arbor [52] CATHERINE M. JONES Delta Zeta; Y.W.C.A. Detroit Detroit DOROTHY ELIZABETH JONES Alpha Phi. LINCOLN D. JONES .... Oak Park, Illinois Acacia; Craftsmen Club; La Sociedad Hispanica (1) (2) (3) (4); Freshman Glee Club; Varsity Glee Club (2) (3) (4); Class Treasurer (4). MARGARET EVELYN JONES . . Grand Rapid ' s Senior Society; Mummers; Masques; Players ' Club; Cabinet Y.W.C.A. ROBERT E. JONES Columbus Grove, Ohio Phi Kappa Tau; Craftsmen Club. WILBUR JONTZ JOE JOSEPH Michigan Daily; President Republican Cluta GERALD THOMAS JOYCE [ Detroit HARRY Louis KAISER Decatur, Illinois Acacia; Round-Up Club; Craftsmen; Chamber of Commerce; Military Ball Com. (3). . Grand Rapids Flint VIOLET C. KAMERE R ELSIE MARJORIE KARLE VERA KATZ Detroit Detroit . Fort Wayne, Indiana Sigma Tau Delta; Players ' Club (3); French Club (3); French Play (3); Board of Directors of Jewish Student Congregation; Comedy Club (4); Women ' s Athletic Assn. KARL E. KAUFMANN Acacia; Craftsmen; Round-Up Club. MARGARET ANN KEEGAN -? ffii . . Fort Wayne, I, Collegiate Sorosis; Masques; Junior Girls ' Play; Girls ' Glee Club. Saginaw .T-T-T.T-T-r-T-T.T-T-T.T-T.T-T-T.T.T.T.T.T: T.T.T.T.T.T.r.T. T.T.I. 1.T.T.T, r.T.T.r .T.T. r. r.T.T.t-r- r- 53] I MARGARET FRANCES KEIL Saint Joseph Theta Phi Alpha; Mummers (2) (3) (4). V. KELLOGG . Detroit Alpha Nu; R.O.T.C. DOROTHY IRMA KELLY ... Cleveland, Ohio Alpha Gamma Delta; Le Cercle Francais; Athena; Junior Girls ' Play. VERA ERNESTINE KENAGA Rose Centre Portia Literary Society (2) (3) (4); Players ' Club (2); Hockey Squad (3). CHARLES SLEDGE KENT . . Portland, Maine KENNETH ROWAN KERR Wilmetle, Illinois Beta Theta Pi; Druids. MARJORIE GRACE KERR Sarnia, Ontario Alpha Omicron Pi; Chimes; Choral Union; Student Directory; Junior Girls ' Play; Press Club. MARY CATHERINE KESSELL Pontiac Collegiate Sorosis; Pi Lambda Theta. LELA GRACE KESSINGER Detroit Junior Girls ' Play; Hockey Team (2); Choral Union. F HELEN M. KEYSER Kappa Kappa Gamma; Le Cercle Francais. Pontiac RUSSELL C. KIMBALL - Ann Arbor ni_; T I c: Phi Rho Sigma. THOMAS GABRIEL KINDEL . Grand Rapids Theta Delta Chi; Alpha Kappa Psi; Michigamua; Sphinx; Pi Delta Epsilon; Michi- ganensian (1) (2) (3), Business ' or ' 4V ITninn Onera f.nm. ( ' 2): Master of Make-uo (3); Chm. Class Social Com. Student Directory (1). BERTRAM KING . Beta Phi Delta. ganensian (1) (2) " (3) Business Mgr. ' (4); Union Opera Com. (2); Master of Make-up i. (3); Union Entertainment Com. (2); Business Mgr. HELEN LORRAINE KING Blissjield Cleveland Heights, Ohio .T-T-T-T-T-T-T-T.T.-r: .-r--r-T-.T--T.T-T. 54 HARRY GEORGE KIPKE . Lansing Phi Delta Theta; Michigamua; Sphinx; Student Council; Class President (2); Varsity Football (2) (3), Captain (4); Varsity Baseball (2) (3) (4); Varsity Basket- ball (2) (3) (4). GUY WALDO KIRSCH Sturgis Delta Sigma Phi; Gargoyle (2) (3); Round-Up Club (3) (4); Varsity Band (2) (3) (4); Sociedad Hispanica (4). MILDRED KLINGER Ann Arbor ELSIE KLOOZ Youngstown, Ohio Kappa Phi; Iota Sigma Phi. SIRVILLIAN STANLEY KNAPP Lansing Adelphi. WILLIAM CALVIN KNOX Sigma Delta Psi; Glee Club (2) (3); Varsity Quartette (2); Midnight tette (2). FREDERICK WALLACE KOCH ADOLPH JOSEPH KOENIG MARIAN KOLB || Collegiate Sorosis. Aw ' KATHERINE A. KONWINSKI .... Iron River Theta Phi Alpha; Michigan Inter-Sorority Delegate; Michiganensian (2) (3). BARTLEY Louis KORENKIEWICZ JL. -. . . . Menominee Rifle Club; R.O.T.C.; Forestry Club. WILBOR GEORGE KRAFT - wrl ' ' E r ' e ' Pennsylvania Phi Sigma Kappa. NORMAN RUDOLPH KRETZSHMAR Detroit Phi Rho Sigma. CHARLES THEODORE KURTZ .... . --. .- - .-- - ' . . ( ' .If Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Chamber of Commerce. Cadillac Sons Quar- Redford Ann Arbor Battle Creek :r.r.r.T.T.i-r-T-r lTn - - rrrr: 55 BLANCHE V. KYNAST . . Saginaw Kappa Delta; Sigma Delta Phi; Wyvern; Portia Literary Society; Mummers; Intercollegiate Chm. (4); Junior Girls ' Play; Oratorical Board (3) (4); Class Social Com. (3). RUTH ISABELL LAITNER . . ... . . . Detroit FRANK BERNARD LAMBERT, JR . Chicago, Illinois ELMORE CALVIN LAMPE Louisville, Kentucky Sigma Delta Kappa. Louis LEE LANDMAN Grand Rapids Delta Phi; Michigan Daily (3). DOROTHY MORRIS LANE . .... Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Senior Society; Junior Girls ' Play; Girls ' Glee Club (2), Vice-President (3), President (4). LUCIAN LANE Kansas City, Missouri Glee Club (2) (3) (4); Gamma Eta Gamma; Chimes Editor (4). T " EPHINE LANG Denver, Colorado Pi Kappa; Players ' Club; Secretary Westerners ' Club (2); Women ' s Educational Club. THOMAS HUXLEY LANGLOIS Port Huron Phi Sigma. . Ann Arbor Chicago, Illinois Chimes (2); Daily (2); Manistee FLORENCE ELAINE LARNED Pi Kappa; Players ' Club. E. PERRY LARSON Alpha Tau Omega; Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Opera Union Com. (2) (3.} _ LUCILE MARIE LARSON . . Junior Girls ' Play HAROLD KENNETH LATTA Richmond, Indiana Alpha Nu; Vice-President S.C.A. ( t); Chm. University Services Com. (4); Basket- ball (2) (4); Baseball (4); Debate (1); Varsity Band (2) (3) (4). .IZARKTH ROSE LAI-VEN . " - v , ' fEn SAL, Detroit Pi Beta Phi; Wyvern; Freshman Spread Com.; Basketball; Baseball; Hockey Teams (2) (3); Athletic Board Tennis Mgr. (2) (4); Board of Directors Women ' s League (4); Junior Girls ' Play. DOROTHY LAWRENCE Caspian ROSEMARY LAWRENCE Valparaiso, Indiana Senior Society; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (3) (4); Michiganensian (1); Chimes (1) (2) (3). BELFORD V. LAWSON, JR Roanoke, Virginia Alpha Phi Alpha; Varsity Squad Kxtempore Contest; Alkinson Oratorical Winner. SHIRLEY JANE LAWTON . . Ridgetnwn, Ontario Kappa Alpha Thela; Freshman Spread Com.; Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Girls ' Glee Club (3) (4); Junior Girls ' Play. HSIANG CHUAN LEE Chinese Students Club. GLADYS VIRGINIA LEHMAN . RICHARD WILLIAM LENSKE SAMUAL LEVIN E .... EDITH HENRIETT LEVY . Phi Sigma Sigma. FREDERICK KHNOLL LEWELLVN, JR. Alpha Tau Omega. GEORGE KDWARD LEWIS Delta Sigma Pi; Craftsmen; Vice-President Chamber Symphony Orchestra. RALPH R. LEWRIGHT Delta Theta Phi; Michigan Daily. JAMES DONALD LINDSAY r m HELEN MORRISON LOCKE Tienlxin, China Detroit Jackson e, Massachusetts Iron Mountain Norwood, Ohio f Commerce; University VCashinyton, Missouri Jamaica, eu York Nen York, eu York Junior Girls ' Play Lyric Com.; Mandolin Club: Players ' Club: Press Club; Honor Council Secretary and Treasurer; Life Membership Com. for Women ' s League; Women ' s Athletic Assn. [57 ] 3 -i I --1.-.1: -L -E ? HOBEHT SlGMrND LoiiB NELLIE LOR AH Chicago, Illinois Cleveland, Ohio Benton Harbor WILLIAM F. LO VE . . Sigma Gamma Epsilon; V.F.W.; Hound-Up Club. FLOYD A. LCNDQUIST Ann Arbor IRENE MATHILDA Lrjz . Ann Arbor Alpha Omicron Pi; Freshman Glee Club; Junior Girls ' Play. Iron River MARION MACNAB HARHIKT MAC.(Jfi:i-:N Michigan Dames. B KENNETH L. AGNES C. LYONS Theta Phi Alpha; Junior Girls ' Play; Michiganensian (2) (3) LAWRENCE EDWARD MACK .............. Toledo, Ohio Hermitage. JULIAN FLLIS MACK .............. La Porte, Indiana Sigma Phi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Michigan Daily (1) (2), Night Editor (3), News Editor (1); Summer Daily, Issue Editor (2); Athletic Program (1) (2) (3) (4). MAHGAHKT ISABEL MACLARKN ............. Port Huron v ;-:-.; v Cleveland, Ohio Marquelte Acacia; Alpha Chi Sigma. MERVVX JOHN MACRAE i;n-;n GRIERSON MADDOC.K Phi Chi. Calumet Bay Citi Detroit 3f [ 58 ] EDWARD C. MAEDER Springville, New York Delta Sigma Phi; Varsity Cheering Squad (2) (3); Recorder Michigan Union (2); Asst. Recording Secretary Union (3); Chm. Union Directory and Information Com. (3); Chm. Announcement Com. (3); Executive Council Michigan Union (3). R. HAROLD MAGRATH Oak Park, Illinois Phi Delta Theta. DOROTHY VIRGINIA MAITLAND .... Negaunee Gamma Phi Beta; Freshman Spread Com. (2); Pres. Inter-Sorority Association. DAVID CHESTER MALTBY Bellaire Theta Chi; Alpha Kappa Psi; Daily Business (2); Union Com. (2); Glee Club (2)(3). HAROLD MILLS MANDERBACH -In " Craftsmen Club. LENORE GERTRUDE MAPES . Choral Union (3) (4); Stanley Chorus (1). FREDERICK MARIN Phi Kappa Tau; La Sociedad Hispanica; Spanish Play (2) (.5). AMY DEBORAH MARTIN .... Delta Delta Delta; Pi Lambda Theta; Iota Sigma Pr, Ml visory Com. NORMAN L. MARTY CHARLES ARTHUR MASON . RICHARD CLARE MASTERS Delta Tau Upsilon; Alpha Nu. JOHN JOSEPH MAURIEL JAMES HOYT MAXWELL Alpha Epsilon Mu; Band (1) (2); Glee Club (1 ROBERT PAUL MEADKR Alpha Tau Omega. 1 59 ] . Grand Hnpids . Manislique Highland Park (,2); Junior Ad- and Rapids i . i-u York Paw Paw RUSSELL JOHN MEEUWSEN GAUDENCE MEGARO LEOLA MERCER . Players ' Club. . Grand Rapids Newark, New Jersey Howell Windsor, Ontario LAWRENCE CLIFFORD MERIWETHER . Ann Arbor FLORENCE GERTRUDE MERETSKY ... Freshman Glee Club; Junior Girls ' Play. JOHN WILLIAM MERKLE Walerbury, Connecticut Alpha Kappa Psi. WILLIAM HENRY MERNER, JR Cedar Falls, Iowa Sigma N ' u; Sphinx; Intramural Mgr. (2); Field Mgr. Intramural Dept. (3); Vice-Presiclent Mgr. " M " Club; Chm. Class Athletic Com.; Union Com.; Board of Athletic Directors; Managing Editor Athletic Review (2). CHARLES JEROME MERRILL Ann Arbor Zeta Psi. LAURA BARBARA MEYER Bay City WALTER D. MEYER . Beta Phi Delta. LEONARD V. MEYERING Educational Club. INEZ L. MILEY . ALFRED STYRES MILLER HORTENSI. OSMUN MlLLER Oak Harbor, Ohio . Grand Rapids Shepherd Erie, Pennsylvania Ann Arbor Alpha Chi Omega; Masques; Mummers; Daily Sundav Supplement; Junior Girls ' Play. 60] IRENE GRACE MILLER Swampscott, Massachusetts ETHEL TAIT MILLER Erie, Pennsylvania JAMES ALBERT MILLER Marquette Acolytes. Lois MILLER Detroit Delta Gamma. HELEN HARRISON MILLION Dex Moines, Iowa Delta Gamma; Junior Girls ' Play. WILLIAM LAWRENCE MILLS Delta Omicron. Ann Arbor Coldwater EDITH ELEANOR MILNES . .... J . Senior Society; Junior Girls ' Play; Daily (3); Hockey (1) (2). ALLEN L. MISEREZ Sjljlj . . . Kan Diego, California ROBERT BRIGHAM MITCHELL . Toledo, Ohio Sigma Chi; Treasurer Engineers (1); Treasurer Lits (H); Asst. Mgr. Football (2). ARTHUR S. MODE Phi Sigma Delta. HAROLD WILLIAM MOIIR JAMES L. MOLONKV CHARLES J. MONROE Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Inter-Fraternity Council (4). W. KENNETH MONTGOMERY C.incinnati, Ohio , . . . . Blissficld . Tgf ' Hopkins Kalarnazoo ' ' llshur , West Virginia [61 ALVA V. MOORE . Summit, New Jersey Kappa Delta; Masques; Junior Girls ' Play; Hockey (1); Basketball (1) (2). MARY SABIN MOORE . ' . . Bay Cily Mu Phi Epsilon. EDNA MARIOS MORENCY Slurgis Theta Phi Alpha. CHARLES LVMANE MORGAN, JR Detroit Trigon. ROBERT C. MORIARTY ' aterburu, Connecticut Alpha Sigma Phi; Sigma Delta Chi; Sphinx; Druids; Daily (1) (2), Night Editor (3); Chm. Editorial Board (4); Michigan Union Opera Publicity (2); Chm. (3); Union Spotlight Com. HELEN CLAIRE MORRILL Newberry DOROTHY MARY MORROW Jackson Theta Phi Alpha. JOHN HINCKLEY MORSE, JR. ... Minneapolis, Minnesota Theta Delta Chi; Mgr. Cross Country; Mgrs ' . Club; Asst. Track Mgr.; Glee Club (2); Union Opera Com. (2). HOBABT CRt ' MMER MORTON ' " " Arbor Acacia. KI IRVING BHKWSTEH Moss Ishpeming Alpha Chi Rho. SELMA C. Mri-:i.Li-:n Mount Clemens Iota Sigma Pi. fANLEY KFI.SON MciRiii-.Ai) Detroit iuj Chi Psi; Michigamua; Sphinx: Varsity Football (2) (3) ( ); Student Council; Chm. Underclass Conduct. Com. ISHAM VILLIAM MrLHEK Brockport, New York Lambda Chi Alpha. MARION Mi-xz . . Detroit Senior Society ; Masques; Mummers (2) (3) (1), Vice-President (15); Junior Girls ' Piny; Basketball (IV, Baseball (1) (2) (3). [ 62 MARION LEONE MURRAY East Towns Alpha Omicron Pi; Choral Union; Junior Girls ' Play; Cercle Francais. WKSLEY L. MURRAY Saint Thomas, Ontario Sigma Delta Kappa; Adelphi; Vice-President Chamber of Commerce. HELEN ELIZABETH MTTSCIILER Nappanee, Indiana Alpha Gamma Delta; Junior Girls ' Play; Press Club; Matinee Musicale; Senior Prom. Com. GORDON BENNETT MYERS Detroit Phi Chi. VERNON B. MYERS Detroit Alpha Sigma Phi; Mimes; Opera (3) (-1). RICHARD E. MCARDLE Xorfolk, Virginia HELEN RIPLEY MCBRATNIE . . . Saginaw Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club (15) (4); Directory (15); Junior Girls ' Play. DONALD COOKE McCABE Ray City Delta Upsilon: Alpha Kappa Psi; Michigarmia; Sphinx: Football Mgr. (1); Vice- President Student Council (1); Board of Directors of Athletic Assn. (1); Chm. Fall Games Com. (4); Chm. Traditions Xight (4). MARGARET LEE McCAfSTLANi) Columbia, Missouri Delta Gamma. DOROTHEA FRANCES McCLURE Pi Kappa; Alpha Kpsilon Iota. RUTH ELIZABETH McCoMu .... . Alpha Gamma Delta; Michiganensian (3) (4). FRANK ALEXANDER MC.CONNER ? ROBERT LORIMER McCrLLoron Theta Chi. MARY McCi ' LLY .| Altoona, Pennsylvania 3 " 1 " ;, . . . Ann Ariinr lirookport, AVn York illers Falls. Massachusetts Pittsfonl Pi Lambda Theta; Delta Sigma Rho: Women ' s Educational Club; Women ' s Varsity Debate; President Athena. GORDON JUDSON McCuRDY Cambridge, Massachusetts VIVIANN Lois MCDONALD . . Detroit Stylus; Mummers. JOHN JOSEPH McGiNNis Grand Rapids Michigan Daily. MADELINE JANE McGuRK . . . New Castle, Pennsylvania Theta Phi Alpha; Sigma Delta Phi; Comedy Club; Mummers; Junior Gi rls ' Play; Athena Literary Society; Pennsylvania Club. NORMA MclNDOO Ann Arbor Players ' Club. DOROTHY O. McKixx Ann Arbor MARY GERTRUDE McKiNLEY Lansing Collegiate Sorosis. GERALD MCNAUGHT Mohall, North Dakota ILIAH MARIE MC.QUADE Detroit |JJP| ISABULLE ALICE McHoBKHTS Cleveland, Ohio ARTHUR BYRON McWoop Detroit Alpha Sigma Phi; Druids; Varsity Basketball (3) (4); Freshman Football; Fresh- man Basketball; Freshman Baseball; Soccer; Spring Games Com. (3). DICKRAN M. NAHIIUAN . .... Detroit Phi Mu Delta; V.F.W.; Boxing Club (1) (2) (3); Boxing Team (3); Michigan Union Opera (3). STANLEY McCoRMir.K XEILI ffires- " - SKC- Beaver, Pennsylvania LsRoY ELMER NEISCH Detroit Sigma Nu; Sphinx; Varsity Football (2) (3) (4); Track (2); J-Hop Com. == _ == .. === - = == ===== ifcr rrrzrirrrr= .-.r.-.T.r.jr.j. .T.T..-.T. 64 ABIGAIL R. NELSON EDWARD WILLIAM NELSON . . PHILIP R. NEWELL Dixie Club; Press Club; Michigan Daily Business. HINMAN GILBERT NICHOLS HOWARD H. NICHOLS Detroit . Escanaba Leesburg, Florida Farmington Kansas City, Missouri GUY ROBERTS NICHOLSON LEO E. NICKERSON . LEO LAWRENCE NIEDZIELSKI .... Author " Make It For Two, " Mimes ELEANOR BEATRICE NIXON .... Phi Mu. . Hart Greenville Bay Cily Detroit WALTER M. NOACK LESLIE COPELAND NOBLE Theta Chi; Class Baseball (1) (2) (3) ALTON HENRY NOE JUNE DAY NOTLER Alpha Xi Delta. FREDERICK GKORGK Now, JR Delta Upsilon; Nu Sigma Nu; Varsity Mounl Clemens fi . . Virksburg [65 HAROLD MAXWELL NOWKLS Rensselaer, Indiana DANIEL CLAIR NUFER Wellington, Kansas Alpha Sigma Phi; Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Varsity Track (3). VELMA ADELAIDE NULL Detroit Delta Delta Delta. BARTLETTE EDWARD NUTTKR Sigma Delta Kappa. HAROLD JUDD NUTTING Psi Upsilon. Louisville, Kentucky Oak Park, Illinois HARRY RANDOLPH OAKES .... Trenton, New Jersey Alpha Nu; Mens ' Educational Club; Liberal Club. MARY ROSE OAKES Saginaw MARY AGNES O ' CONNELL EDMUND MYRON ODGERS Detroit Hubbell Craftsmen Club. PAUL JOHN OESTERLE A. GORDON OLIVER Beta Phi Delta; Delta Thcta Phi. VALIERA LOUISE OLL FRANCIS L. O ' MELIA . . Phi Kappa. GEORGE DEAN O ' NEII Adelphi. . . . . Detroit San Diego, California Detroit Saint Louis Cedar Grove, Xew Jersey -T.T.T.T.T.-rrr: [66] FRANCES AGNES O ' REILLY Theta Phi Alpha; Cercle Francais; Junior Girls ' Play. EDWARD B. ORNSTKIN Applelon, Wisconsin Brhatrika Club; Freshman Track. EDITH MARY- ORR Manistique Alpha Xi Delta. ELLSWORTH CUTHBERT OWICN Sault Sainte Marie Kappa Phi Sigma. BEULAH MARY PACKARD Merrill Players ' Club. Marshall FRANKLIN LYMAN PAGE Alpha Tau Omega. ROBERT SHERMAN PALMER . . Ann Arbor LESTER ORVILLE PALMITER _J L . . . _. . _ . _. Lansing Hermitage; Cercle Francais; Comedy Club; LEONARD BEAI ' MOXT PARKS Delta Phi; Druids; Michigan Daily (1) (2), Accounts Mgr. (3); Business Mgr. Summer Dailv (4). Summer Daily (4). WILLIAM EDWARD PARNALL Phi Kappa Psi; Mimes; Comedy Club; Cercle Francais. ORMAND BOBBINS PARR 7 Phi Mu Delta. EDWIN JOHN PATTEE MARY JOSEPHINE PATTON Delta Gamma. WALTER E. PEAR Beta Phi Delta. tsmen Club; Gun and Blade Club. East Cleveland, Ohio 67 1 J--J.--i.--L-X-J.--l.-J JOSEPH PEILEN Saint Paul, Minnesota SARA LOUISE PELHAM Washington, D. C. Delta Club; American Chemical Society; II Circolo Italiano. GUY S. PEPPIATT Willis Alpha Kappa Psi. LILIAN ALLEYXE PERKINS Ann Arbor JOHN ROYS PETERSON Cedar Springs Wayfarers. JOHN H. PFEIFLER Edmore Sigma Phi Epsilon. ELIZABETH JEANETTE PIKE Royal Oak Gamma Phi Beta; Masques; Comedy Club; Girls ' Glee Club; Cercle Francais; Athena. ALFRED JOHN PINGEL Mount Clemens HARRY H. PLATT Detroit Phi Beta Delta; Players ' Club. i $b ROBERT JESSE POTTER . . Jackson ZetaPsi; Golf. RALPH WALDO POWER . ., . . . . . . . . _. , .__ Niles Chamber of Commerce. RAYMOND SOUTHERLAND POWKRS Youngs own, Ohio Alpha Tau Omega; Asst. Football iVlgr., (1); President Youngstown-Michigan Club (3); Boxing Club; Freshman Glee Club (1). LILLIAN PRANCE w-7- Detroit Delta Zetu; Finance Com. of Y.W.C.A. (3); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (4); Pan-Hellenic Ball Com. DAVID HAHOLD PRESTON . l A fc r fe-S!L fci SR je. i aiA5 $L . -. 4 Jn Arbor Theta Chi; Alpha Kappa Psi; Michiganensian (2); Student Directory, Asst. Business Mgr. (2). 68] ! i J KENNETH GREYDON PRETTIE .... Detroit LORAINE FOSTER PRICE Niagara Falls, . ' en York Alpha Omicron Pi; Women ' s Athletic Board (2) (3) (4); Girls ' Glee Club (2) (3), Treasurer (4); Student Press Club (3), Secretary (4); Junior Girls ' Play; Michi- gan Daily (3). RUTH ALICE PRICE Ann Arbor EDWARD C. PROPHET Detroit Delta Sigma Pi; Alpha Xu, Treasurer (3); Chamber of Commerce Financial Secre- tary (3) (4); Oratorical Board (4); Freshman Track, Cross Country Squad (2) (3) (4). CLAYTON CALVIN PURDY Gamma Kta Gamma; Michigan Daily (3) (4). HARRIET R. PUTMAN .... Girls ' Glee Club. CHALMERS HARRIS QTAINTANCE Alpha Delta Phi; Quadrangle AUGUST GEORGE QUANDT . SARAH GRACE RANDALL Alpha Phi. FLORENCE Lorisi-: RANKIN Alpha Chi Omega. ZITA ANNE RATNER Theta Phi Alpha. ELIZABETH O. READ PAUL KINGSLEY READ . RUSSELL ROY REAGH V. F. W. Detroit Constantine Grand Rapids Detroit ' ayne, Indiana arine City artford .- ' . Alpine ighland Park, Pennsylvania . Ann Arbor [69] GLENN ORVILLE REARICK . . Gary, Indiana Cross Country (2) (3) (4); Track (3) ($); Daily (1); Boosters Club (3) (4). FRANK M. REED, JR. MERRILL FRANK REDFERX Alpha Tau Omega. H. JANET REDMOND ARTHUR WALTER REICHERT Phi Mu Delta. Zanesville, Ohio Lansing Grand, Rapids Toledo, Ohio Redford D. NEIL REID Trigon; Glee Club (3) (1). AILEEN FRANCES REILLEY . . . Highland Park THEODORE CHARLES REISSING Hopkins Alpha Nu; Players ' Club; Chamber of Commerce; Chimes (2); Class Baseball (1) (2); Freshman Glee Club; Upper Class Advisory Com. MARTHA HELENE RKMSKI Detroit NEIL PHELPS REXCHAN . x Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 11. YII.LARD REMNGKM ' Alpha Kappa Lambda; Varsity Quartette; Glee Club. I ' .ACIIAEL -. DICKSOX REN Zeta Tau Alpha Sanla Fe, New Mexico Detroit Swissi ' ale, Pennsylvania Flint .JAMES ALFRED RICE I .23 . BetuTheta Pi; Druids; Michigan Daily (2); Student Council (3) (1). GLADDIS EVELYN RICHARDS . Ann Arbor [70 ] CATHARINE DOANE BIGGS . Delta Gamma. CLARE R. RITTERSHOFER GLADYS MARIE ROACH . ALICE JEANNETTA ROBBINS Delta Sigma Theta. DOROTHY ELOISE ROCKWELL Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Detroit Ann Arbor Jackson Chi Omega; Masques; Mummers; Basketball; Baseball; Class Secretary (1); Junior Girls ' PlaY. ERNESTINE ROE . Players ' Club. DONALD R. ROFF Round-Up Club. ARNOLD ELMER ROEHL . HARRIET ELI .ABETH ROGERS Chi Omega. WIXIFIELD H. ROGERS Delta Kappa Epsilon; Quadrangle. MABEL LEONA ROOT MARJORIE EYELY.N ROHICK Zeta Tau Alpha. SYDNEY ROSENTHAL Phi Beta Delta. JAMES Lons ROSOFF Plymouth Wichita, Kansas ' ausau, Wisconsin Somerset, Indiana f . (irdiid Hupids . Ann Arbor - r f " " ' ' -Wk. , . ' lrfrio;i Newark, New Jersey ' . - 1 i ' Grand forks, . orth Dakota 1 PflJBfffc -Jflh.T " esterners ' Club; Choral Union; Mimes. ;,: ! ====== 71 fj JOHN R. ROWE . Be " ' " Harbor Acacia; Round-Up Club; Craftsmen; Senior Prom. Com.; Military Ball Com. (2). DONALD JAMES ROXBURG Traverse City Beta Phi Delta; Delta Theta Phi. . . Battle Creek Sault Saint Marie . Ann Arbor W. LELAND ROYER Alpha Tau Omega. MARJORIE GERTRUDE RUDELL Pi Beta Phi; President of Adelia Cheever House (4). ALICE JOSEPHINE RUSSELL Collegiate Sorosis. JOHN MCFARLANE RUSSELL Trenton, New Jersey Trigon; Druids; Union Announcement Com. (2); Chimes (2) (3); Editor Michigan Optic (3); Asst. Glee Club Mgr. (2) (3); Glee Club Mgr. (4). Bucyrus, Ohio Punjab, India Youngstoivn, Ohio ROBERT H. RUTHRUFF Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon. MAR NATH. RYAR National Geographical Society; Secretary of Hindustan Club. 6QV GERALDINE LUCILLE SACKETT Alpha Gamma Delta; Junior Girls ' Play; Educational Club. SHIRLEY SOUTER SALISBURY ' . " A Petoskey Alpha Chi Omega; Sigma Delta Phi; Masques; Junior Girls ' Play. DOROTHY SANDERS . . .-fgj . rW ga J BK ' 1 Traverse City Gamma Phi Beta; Masques; Glee Club; Michigan Daily Sunday Magazine. Bay City Cleveland, Ohio j= JAMES GARFIELD SANDR JOHN E. SASS RUTH MARIE SAUER . Junior Girls ' Play. Ann Arbor [72 GLADYS DOROTHY SAUNDERS . Ann Arbor KATE ELEANOR SAWYER Pontiac Lois SCANDLING . South Bend, Indiana Pi Kappa; World Fellowship Club; Players ' Club; Women ' s Educational Club; Girls Reserve Work. JOHN GILBERT SCHEPERS McBain Varsity Band. WILLIAM C. SCHERER Detroit WALTER K. SCHERER Ottawa, Illinois Phi Gamma Delta; Druids; Sphinx; Pi Delta Epsilon; Class President (4); Michi- an Daily (1), Accounts Mgr. (2), Advertising Mgr. (3) (4); Student Council ecretary (3); Michigan Delegate Mid-West Student Conference (3); Michigan Union (1) (2); Business Mgr. Michigan Union Fair (4). HELENE ELIZABETH SCHIMANSKY . . ...., . . Oak Harbor, Ohio MARION VIRGINIA SCHINDLER . Pi Lambda Theta; Junior Girls ' Play. HHEA ISABEL SCHLAACK Chi Omega; Zeta Phi Eta; Masques; Vice Pr Girls ' Play. . Bay City Birmingham ) (4); Junior EDWARD IRVVIN SCHLUSSEL - r MAXWELL D. SCHUSTER ' :. Tau Delta Phi. DORIS THEODOTIA SCHMIDT Alpha Chi Omega; Sigma Alpha Iota. MARION ENID SCHMIDT Alpha Chi Omega. THEODORE CHRISTIAN SCHNEIRLA Phi Theta Gamma; Band (3) (4); All LT-T.T.T.T.-rr-r: [73 I WILLIAM SCHRIER Pi Kappa Delta; Delta Sigma Rho; Varsity Debate Team. RONALD MALLOCH SCHRODER Sigma Chi; Michiganensian Editorial Staff (2) (3). EMILY ELIZABETH SCHULTING Louis ADRIAN SCHWARTZ Phi Beta Delta; Freshman Tennis Squad (1). YILBERT GEORGE SCHWER Adelphi House of Representatives. Kalamazoo . . . Battle Creek Passaic, ew Jersey Cleveland Heights, Ohio Sandusky, Ohio LOLA MAY SCHWINGEL Choral Union (2); New York Club. DONALD STEWART SCOTT ... . . . Phi Gamma Delta; Michigan Opera (4). ELURED HENRY SCOTT Phi Mu Alpha; Michiganensian (2) (3). MILO B. SCHULLY Cohocton, . ew York . Grand Rapids Marine Citi Chicago, Illinois DAVID JEROME SEDER -_ , v . r . Kappa Nu; Gargoyle (1) (2). Worcester, Massachusetts Lansing ' Bangor Royal Oak Delta Delta Delta; Junior Girls ' Play. HI 1 w FJ QLd a w9aK ROBERT DOUGLAS SEWELL . Delta Sigma Pi; Michiganensian (2); Mimes (2); Chamber of Commerce (3), President (4). ' I .ir-- Highland Park Commerce Club (2); Secretary of . .-r.T.-r.T-T-T-T-T.T-T.T -T-T-T-r f T.T.T-1-_-r T. r_ T-T.T.- 74 | DANIEL MORRIS SHANESEY ' Ann Arbor LEAH MYRL SHANKLAND Ann Arbor MAE IRENE SHAW Bay City Kappa Phi. CHARLES EDDY SHEARER Bay City Delta Upsilon; Daily (1). ROCHE C. SHKHAN Pinckney ANNA M. SHELDON Pomona, California Hockey (3) (4); Yice-President Westerners ' Club (4); Press Club (3). THUREL SHENEFIELD EMILY LOUISE SHEPARD ' . . . Glee Club (2) (3); Directory (2), Asst. Editor (3). MARJORIE ALBERTINE SHEPARD ' " ' , |tfc= MARGARET ALMIRA SHEPPARD HELEN LEAH SHETZER . Phi Sigma Sigma. ELIZABETH IRENE SHILSON Alpha Chi Omega. FELIX F. SILVER rmvr: JEROME CHARLES SIMONS . . . . . - l -T " T sr rr ; 1 - ' , . . Highland Park South Whitley, Indiana Rochester, New York . Grand Rapids Owosso Detroit Detroit r-r.r.T.T.-r: r-rrr-i-r-T-T-T. I 75| ROBERT SYDNEY SIMPSON Ann Arbor JANE SKILLEN New York, New York FLOYD HOWARD SKINNER Freshman Baseball; Second Prize Oratorical Contest (3). GEORGE KENNETH SKINNER LYMAN V. SLACK Onola Detroit Delaven, Illinois Syracuse, New York Toledo, Ohio ETHEL SLATCHER DONALD GRAY SLA VSON Sigma Phi Epsilon; Michigan Daily (1) (2). JAMES RAY SLOCUM . Flint Gun and Blade Club; Member Bd. of Directors University of Michigan Board of Commerce. ANLEY EDGAR SLOSS Phi Sigma Delta; Michiganensian (2), Class Editor (3). Louisville, Kentucky ELIZABETH SLOTE Constant ine LABERYI. MARGARET SMART Detroit Alpha Gamma Delta; Kappa Phi; Michigan Women ' s Educational Club; Michigan Women ' s Rille Ranging Team. j-SSjat ' ? ,- EDNA ANN SMAZEL . WINIFRED ISOBEI. GRAY SM EATON Gamma Phi Beta; Masques. ARTHUR M. SMITH Chief . Ann Arbor Lansing Gamma Eta Gamma; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Varsity Band (2) (3), President (4); Class Social Com. (4y. -T-T-r.T-T- T- [76 CONSTANCE ALISON SMITH Ann Arbor Delta Gamma. COLTON SLAYMAKKR SMITH Ishpeming Alpha Chi Hho. EVVAH JANE SMITH Port Huron ELIZABETH JOSEPHINE SMITH Ann Arbor HAROLD Li-:HoY SMITH Grand Rapids Press Club (3) (4). = HUGH THOMPSON SMITH Jackson Psi Upsilon; Golf (2) (3), Captain (4); Student Com. on Athletic Affairs (2) (3) (4). KENNETH LAWRENCE SMITH Kansas City, Missouri MARION DARSIE SMITH Delta Tau Delta. N. ERMENTRUDE MARTIN SMITH .... Players ' Club (2) (3); Press Club (3 ). RALPH L. SMITH . ..,. Grand Rapids Delta Alpha Epsilon; Sigma Delta Chi. VIRGINIA ALEXANDER SMITH ... Detroit Alpha Omicron Pi; Class Social Com. (3) (1); Senior Girls ' Play. DOROTHY WITTS SOBER Delta Gamma. Connrrsville, Indiana Charlotte PROCTOR SPALDING . Pi Beta Phi. EDITH LYNNE SPAULDING [77] VIRGINIA MARGUERITE SPAULDING Ann Arbor RICHARD E. SPENCER Joplin, Missouri CLARE ROBINSON SPERRY Port Huron Sigma Chi; Alpha Kappa Psi. GERALDINE BETHEA SPILL Pasadena, California Delta Gamma. ETHEL ATTRILL SPILSBURY Detroit Zeta Tau Alpha. JOHN JACOB SPOUTS ftulh GENEVIEVE ADELAIDE SPROAT Ionia LYLE E. SQUIRE Carson City Phi Delta Chi; Phi Lambda Upsilon. CATHERINE JOSEPHINE STAFFORD New York, New York Mortarboard; Senior Society; Wyvern; Sigma Delta Phi; Masques; Athena; Women ' s Varsity Debating Team; Chm. Junior Girls ' Play; Board of Directors Women ' s League (2) (3) (4). 1 L ' " MARGARET HEWLETT STAIR . Ann Arbor Delta Delta Delta; Athena. GEORGE HENDRICKSON STALKER Ann Arbor HARRY FRANK STAMOS Schenectady, New York President Pythagoreans. EDWARD CARHART STARK ' Detroit Phi Kappa Sigma; Chm. Union Life Membership Drive (4); Union Opera (3) (4); Freshman Glee Club; Varsity Glee Club (2), Asst. Mgr. (3); Chm. Union Library Com. (3); Chm. Swimming Pool Drive (4). LODGE DuBois STAUBACH .... -L-J3 .... Glen Ridge, New Jersey Delta Sigma Pi; Union Opera (2) (3); Players ' Club; Commerce Club; Sociedad Hispanica. T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.-r.-r.-r.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.r.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.Til ' .T.T.T.T-T-T-T-T.T-T-T-T.T.T. T 1- . T. T.T-TTTTT 78 j DONALD WALTON STEKETEE Grand Rapids Phi Delta Theta; Michigamua; Sphinx; Pi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Kappa Psi; Gar- goyle (1) (2) (3), Business Mgr. (4); Class President (1); Vice-President Union (4); Union Bowling Chm. (3); Student Council (4); Student Advisory Com. (3), Sec- retary (3); Sophomore Prom Com. (2); Under Class Conduc t Com. (2). ELVINA MABLE STEINER Ann Arbor HAROLD MEHTON STEPHEN ... Vassar Delta Sigma Pi; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Freshman Glee Club; Varsity Glee Club (2), President (3) (4); Chamber of Commerce; Round-Up Club. JOHN LOGAN STEPHENS Coffeyville, Kansas Alpha Sigma Phi; Sigma Delta Chi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Chimes (2), Issue Editor (3), Asst. Business Mgr. (4). CLARK HAROLD STEVENS Buffalo, New York Delta Sigma Pi; Scalp and Blade; Round-Up Club; Chamber of Commerce; Fresh- man Baseball. ELSIE STEVENS . Alpha Chi Omega. RUSSELL E. STEVENS DOROTHY STEWARD . AGNES JEAN STEWART . Ohio asketball. Ann Arbor WILLIAM HURON STEWART . ... Acacia; Craftsmen Club; Boosters Club; Hound-Up Club; All-Frosh FLOYD ADLAI STILAENBAUER Lrr . ' ' Craftsmen Club; Men ' s Educational Club FRANK STILES, JR., Detroit Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Rho Sigma; Varsity Band (2); Union Opera Orchestra (3) (4); Michigan Daily (2). LAUREN BARNARD STOKESBERRY . Indianapolis, Indiana Delta Upsilon; Mimes; Scabbard and Blade; Opera (3) (4); Spotlight Vodvil; Rifle Team (2) (3). EDITH M. STOLL Ann ' inringjield, Illinois . . . Fennville Cloud, Minnesota Detroit DOTA IRENE STONE . . Harbor Springs Honor Council; Junior Girls ' Play. EDITH STONEBURNER Ann Arbor Alpha Gamma Delta; Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Com. Pan-Hellenic Ball. MARIAM FAYE STOTZER ... Archbold, Ohio Delta Delta Delta; Junior Girls ' Play. GEORGE A. STRACKE Detroit Scabbard and Blade; Daily (1) (2); Summer Daily (4); Michiganensian (1) (2), Publications Editor (3); Interscholastic Athletics (1) (2), Asst. Mgr. (3). THOMAS CURR STRACHAN, JR Colorado Springs, Colorado Phi Delta Theta; Phi Delta Phi. ALEXANDER PAUL STRAUSS Detroit Sigma Lambda Pi. MARGARET STUART Marshall Pi Beta Phi; Girls ' Glee Club (3) (4); Choral Union (3) (4); Junior Girls ' Play; Summer Daily (3). LOWELL S. STUMA Nappanee, Indiana Republican Club. HH ELLA JAY STURGELL Ashland, Kentucky -; s , Jj MUHIKL KATHKIUNI; STURTZ Alpha Chi Omega. OSCAH M. STYRON ... I Theta Alpha Chi. Canton, China SlIUK SUHO ... Chinese Students Club. Iron Mountain Washington, D. C. IANCES SWAIN . . f Kappa Alpha The- 1 a; Stylus; Le IRENE MELANII. SWAIN Alpha Omicron Pi. Ann Arbor Fntncais, Vice-President; Whimsies (3) (4). Chicago, Illinois 80] KARL OGDEN SWAYZE Beta Theta Pi. Flint Detroit EDWARD JAMES SwriMK, JR: Phi Sigma Kappa; Chimes (1) (2) (3), Circulation Mgr. (3). CHARLES H. SWORD . Mansfield, Ohio Phi Gamma Delta; Author Opera Book, " Cotton Stockings " (4); Composer Opera Music (4); Opera Orchestra (4). CHARLES SUMNER SYPHAX Washington, D. C. VIRGINIA SCITT TANNER Jackson Gamma Phi Beta. Washington, D. C. ROBERT BLAIR TARR Greenburg, Pennsylvania Sigma Delta Chi; Michigan Daily (1) (2) (3) (4); Press Club Treasurer (3), Vice- President (4). SOPHIA POPPERS TASHOF . Alpha Epsilon Phi. LOUISE MARIE TAUBERT . IftlH ' ! -JUIH I ron River Kappa Delta; Junior Girls ' Play. MARION FRANCES TAYLOR . . Detroit Zeta Tau Alpha; Wyvern; Sigma Delta Phi; Athletic Assn. Board; Athena; Comedy Club; Junior Girls ' Play; Oratorical Assn. Board; Class Secretary (2) (4). Ross Louis TAYLOR Players ' Club. R. WALLACE TEED . GLADYS TEGGERDINE FLOYD M. TESNOW Delta Sigma Phi; Freshman Baseball; Athletic LYLE O. THAYER Delta Sigma Pi. Satire, Pennsylvania 3g Clarkston Akron, New York [81 i: PEARL BENGCHOO THEO . . . : Tandjong lialei, Sumatra EDWIN L. THEL-HER Ann Arbor EDITH CROVVELL THOMAS Manistique Alpha Xi Delta. FRANCES MINERVA THOMAS .... Con.ilanline Pi Kappa; Athena; Optic Staff (3); Basketball (2); Junior Girls ' Play. JKSSIE THOMPSON Saint IMUIS, Missouri RICHARD EVANS THOMSON . Camden, New Jersey V.F.W. CLARENCE GEORGE THORSON Washington, D. C. Cabinet Club (1) (2); Chamber of Commerce. HELENE A. TORREY Doivagiac Kappa Kappa Gamma; Wyvcrn; YAV.C.A. Cabinet (3); Junior Girls ' Play Com. LYLE B. TORREY Dowaginc Phi Mu Alpha. BERNICE ETHEL TOWNSEND Detroit Junior Girls ' Play. MINNIE B. TBACEY Battle Creek ELSIE HOWLETT TRACY Grand Rapids Choral Union (2) (3). I- ' HKD STAPLES TRACY . Chicago. Illinois Phi Kappa Sigma; Tennis (1); Football Reserves (1); Varsity Football (2). THOMAS CARROLL TRACY ... Holyoke, Massachusetts Freshman Football; Freshman Basketball; Michigan Union Opera (2); Upper Class Advisory Com.; StalT Writer Chimes. [82 ] MARGARET ISABELLE TRAINER . .... Salem, West Virginia Chi Omega; Sigma Alpha Iota; Junior Girls ' Play (3); Girls ' Glee Club. JOHN M. TREBLE Detroit Chi Psi. ARTHUR EDWARD TRIPPENSEE Albion, New York GEORGE WILBUR TROOST Niles Phi Mu Alpha; Alpha Kappa Psi. WALTER JAMES TRUETTNER . . Bessemer Chi Phi; Union Dance Com. (2). CLARENCE A. TRUMP ARTHUR RUSSELL TRUSCOTT Glee Club (1). ANTHONY CARTER TUCKER Hermitage; Scabbard and Blade. RUTH AGNES TULLOH Minneapolis, Minnesota Hancock ELEANOR FRANCES TURNER .... Alpha Gamma Delta. WARREN WISAMAN TUTTLE .... E. LAURA UDDENBERG JOSEPH ULLMAN IRWIN C. UTERITZ Zeta Psi; Michigamua; Sphinx; Varsity Football (2) (3) (4); Varsity Baseball (2) (3), Captain, (4). Wmi i , ' : ILLL St. Paul, Minnesota . " ? " " Skanee Cincinnati, Ohio Oak Park, Illinois .T-T-T.T-V-T-T.T-T-T.T-T-T.TT- ' T-T_1 ' -T-T-T-T.T.T-T-T.r.T-T.T-T-T-T.T.r.T,r_T-T-T.T-T_T,T_ 83 ] ALICE GERMAINE VANDERHORST ... Kalamazoo Kappa Kappa Gamma. BLANCHE VANDERSCHUCR Grand Rapids MARION M. VAN EVERY ... Petoskey Pi Delta Epsilon; Quadrangle Club; Michiganensian (2), Art Editor (3) (4); Chimes (3); Gargoyle (2) (4); M.I.P.A., (2) (3) (4); " Make It For Two " , Opera Poster (2). FRANK JOHN VAN NATTA . . Erie, Pennsylvania Phi Lambda Upsilon; Freshman Glee Club. MARION ELIZABETH VAN NESS . Chicago, Illinois Alpha Gamma Delta; Press Club (1). DANIEL VAN WOERKOM Grand Haven Delta Sigma Phi; Glee Club (1) (2). MARCELLUS VERHOEK Grand Rapids BERNICE K. VINCENT Detroit MADELYN M. VINOPAL ... Youngstown, Ohio Theta Phi Alpha; Junior Girls ' Play. ANNA-BELL VOGHT . Junior Girls ' Play. VIETA LOUISE VOGHT . --. ERNEST ROBERT VOLLWILER Craftsmen Club. VEHA GENEVIEVE VREF.LAND ARTHUR F. VYSE, JR. Phi Sigma Kappa; Reserve Football Squa Marshall Marshall Middleville Kalamazoo Chicago, Illinois I-TTTT: -T-T-T. .T-T-T.T. 184 ] JASON LLOYD WADE Chrisman, Illinois Chi Phi. ESTHER MARION WADSWORTH Olsego MERRY C. WAGONER Grand Rapids PAULINE GRANT WAITE Ann Arbor E. CORNELL WALBRIDGE . Toledo, Ohio Phi Kappa Psi; Asst. Basketball Mgr.; Michigan Opera (2); Freshman Tennis. LUCILLA ASBURY WALKER Ashland, Wisconsin Philips Scholarship (1); Classical Club (1); Choral Union (1) (2) (3) (4); Junior Girls ' Play Com.; Masques (3) (4); Mummers (4); Athletic Board (4). G. NORMAN WALPER WILLIAM ROBERT WALTON DANIEL CONRAD WALZ . DOROLESE HURLBUT WARDWELL Ann Arbor ANTHONY VINCENT WASHKEWICH . Newark, New Jersey . Grand Rapids Bessemer Toledo, Ohio ishawaka, Indiana ' a i I . " ft , . Ann Arbor Lois LOUISE WATERMAN Sociedad Hispanica; Press Club. GEORGE WILLIAM WATERS Phi Kappa. NELSON JAMES WATERS . . Band (2) (3) (4); Commerce Club: Craftsmen Club; J-Hop Com. T.T.T.T.TTTTTT1 [85 ] ISABEL PRIME WATERWORTH Detroit Alpha Omicron Pi; Social Com. (1); Junior Girls ' Play; University Girls ' Glee Club; Masques (2) (3), Secretary (4); Press Club (3), Treasurer (4); Pan-Hellenic Ball Com.; Junior Advisor; Senior Advisor; Class Tennis (3). BENJAMIN FRANKLAND WATSON Ann Arbor RALPH E. WATT Detroit Phi Kappa Tau; La Sociedad Hispanica, Treasurer (4); Spanish Plays (2) (3). EDWARD S. WATTERSON . Dayton, Ohio Opera (3). EDWARD E. WEADOCK Saginaw Psi Upsilon; Phi Delta Phi. LAWRENCE A. WEBB Hastings EDITH JANICE WEBER Cleveland, Ohio JOSEPH H. WEIDEN Grand Rapids Delta Tau Upsilon; Directory (2) (3). HELEN MARY WEIDLER South Bend, Indiana Pi Kappa; Junior Advisor; Girls ' Reserve Work. DOROTHY GERTRUDE WEIMER St. Albans, West Virginia Gamma Phi Beta; Freshmen and Sophomore Social Com.; Mummers; Masques; Comedy Club. CARL ANDREW WEINMAN Steubenville, Ohio Delta Theta Phi; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Mimes; Michiganensian (2) (3); Union Opera (3) (4); Symphony Orchestra (3); Varsity Band (2) (3). MARGARET ELIZABETH W T EIR . . M5te- Indianapolis, Indiana Delta Delta Delta. Lons ARTHUR WKSTON. THOMAS BLACKBURN WHEATLY Chi Psi; Michigan U Detroit Cincinnati, Ohio 86 VIRGINIA WHEELER . Alpha Xi Delta. THADDEUS ALLAN WHITAKER V.F.W.; Boosters Club; Upper Class Advisor. CARL Louis WHITCHURCH VILLIAM THOMPSON WHITE Zeta Psi; Druids; Varsity Baseball Mgr. LAVERN C. WHITNEY Huechel, Kentucky Passaic, New Jersey Cenlralia, Illinois Fort Wayne. Indiana Highland MIRIAM JOY WICKSALL South Haven Chi Omega; Wyvern; Women ' s Editor of Michigancnsian (1), Editorial Staff (3); Junior Girls ' Play Com.; Pan-Hellenic Ball Com.; Chm. Soph. Movie; Directory (4); Class Social Com. (3); Invitation Com. (1). THELMA ELIZABETH WIEGAND . . Detroit Delta Delta Delta; Athena (3) (4); Mummers (3) (1). GORDON D ' ORSAY WIER . . Ann Arbor Phi Mu Alpha; Michigan Union Opera (2); Players ' Club (1); Summer Spotlight (2); Fall Band Bounce (3); Art Staff Sunday Magazine (1); Art Staff Michigan- ensian (4). KENNETH GORDON WIGLE Detroit Chyron; Glee Club (3) (4); Choral Union (2); Adelphi (3) (4); Ann Arbor Play- makers (4). CHARLES LONSON WILCOX Northeille FRIEDFL C WILKENING L ' nionville ' Alpha Chi Sigma; Triangles; Varsity Glee Club; Engineering Honor Com.; Fresh- man Glee Club. ROBERT WEYMOUTH WILKINS Rattle Creek Chi Psi; Class Treasurer (1); Michigan Union Opera (1); Chm. Michigan Union Dance Com. (2). A. HILLIARD WILLIAMS HOMER HAMILTON WILLIAMS Youngstown, Ohio .T.T.T.T.T. 87 ] ALICI-: BERNICK WILSON .... Groi ' eland, New York Le Cercle Francais; La Sociedad Hispanica. DONALD DARROW WILSON .... Little Valley, New York Phi Sigma Kappa; Triangles; ' 24E Social Com.; Mgr. Basketball Com.; Alumni Editor Technic; Engineering Honor Com. (2); Upper Class Advisor. JOHN HUMPHREY WILSON Davenport, Iowa Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Chm. Union Sunday Meeting Com. (3); Cosmopolitan Club. KATHRYN SCHIHRA WILSON Ann Arbor W. MERLE WILSON Dayton, Ohio Players ' Club. E. BLISS WINCHELL ...... ' .... Ann Arbor DONALD BRADFORD WINES ... Howell Pi Kappa Alpha; Sigma Gamma Epsilon. 3BERT K. WINTERS . Ann Arbor Phi Sigma. EDA H. WISHROPP Paola, Kansas Chi Omega; Sigma Alpha lota; University Girls ' Glee Club (1) (2) (3); Hockey Team (1); Junior Girls ' Play (3). TOWNSEND HAROLD WOLFE Ann Arbor Delta Sigma Pi; Alpha Delta Sigma; Round-Up Club; Michigan Daily (1) (2) (3,); Michigan Summer Daily (2) (3) (4); Summer Spotlight (3) (4). GEORGE WOLINITZ ...--. Bayonne, New Jersey Tau Delta Phi; Boxing Club; Boxing Team (2) (.3); Freshman Baseball (1); Bayonne (N. J.) Club. KEI KAVONG WONG . F 5J5f - SSlf- fjililr ' ' Canton, China DOROTHY MAX WOOD ' . . g .. . J . I ' . " . ' . . Moline, Illinois KATHRYN WOODWARD -ITirii- tjffi Coldwaler Delta Gamma; Mu Phi Epsilon; Junior Girls ' Play; Chm. Inter-Church and Women ' s League Bazaar (4). - rrrrrrr [ 88 ELEANOR WoRTHlNGTON Kappa Alpha Theta; Junior Girls ' Play. MARY ELIZABETH WRIGHT Delta Zeta; Y.W.C.A. Kalamazoo Los Angeles, California NORMA CORRINNE WRIGHT Highland I ' ark Junior Girls ' Play Com.; Students ' Press Club. RALPH ELLIOTT WRIGHT Vaynesville, Ohio Phi Kappa Psi; Class Soccer (1) (2) (3) (4); Mgr. Basketball ( 1); Class Basketball (1). DOROTHY AMELIA WYLIE Shelby Alpha Omicron Pi; Wyvern; Mortarboard; Senior Social Com.; Vice-President Senior Class; Girls ' Glee Club (2) (3); Chin. Life Membership Com. Women ' s Leaeue (3). STANLEY GLADSTONE YANEY BERNARD YAWITZ .... Phi Beta Delta; R.O.T.C. FORREST IRVING YEAKEY Phi Gamma Delta; Chin. Invitation Com LLOYD BENNETT YOVNG ROBERT OLIN YOVNG Keuka, . cw York Delta Tau Delta; Sigma Gamma Kpsilun; Daily Business (1); Union Rooming Com. (2); Sophomore Champion Soccer Team; Junior Champion Speedball Team; Asst. Intramural Mgr. Junior Athletic Com.; Intramural Mgr. (4). WELLINGTON JOHN FREDERIC YOI ' NGS , . a-iSp " " " ? 2P j " v ' ' ? " t Ann Arbor F. TORRENS YOUNT HARRY YUDKOFF WlLFORD ZlNSMEYER . Ann Arbor C.ity, Missouri Grand Hap ids Detroit 80 STEGMEIER SAUNDERS CORSKTTK PRESTON Engineering Officers IRWIN E. STEGMEIER . . ... ...... President WILLIAM K. SAUNDERS . ... Vice-Presidenl HENRY J. CORSETTE .... . . Secretary ROBERT W. PRESTON ..... Treasurer W, [80] H B EDWARDS FAIRBANKS FLEMING KRAT , MCCLEXAHAN PRESTON REED SWIGERT Engineering Committees ATHLETICS WILLIAM C. McCLENAHAN, Chairman GEORGE L. DEFOE HERBERT C. ILER JAMES O. COATES AUDITING KARL J. FAIRBANKS, Chairman BASIL R. KRITZ LESTER E. WAHRENBURGH FINANCE ROBERT W. PRESTON. Chairman CHARLES E. SHEPARD FREDERICK J. HILDEBRANDT CHARLES A. MILLER ROBERT L. WHITAKER INVITATION WILMER S. FLEMING, Chairman Louis GESS LEON J. WEICHEL RUSSELL G. CURTIS PICTURE FREDERICK S. KRATZ, Chairman ROBERT H. WATTLEWORTH JAMES E. WAHK FOSTER B. ROSE " SOCL PUBLICITY HARVEY E. REED, Chairman CLEM G. MERRIAM DUDLEY E. EISELE TOM S. EIJWAHDS, Chairman TYLER R. STEVENS ARTHUR F. CLOUD GEORGK E. HODGINS TRADITIONS r gr | i ' ' F. CHESTER SWIGERT, ELBEHT L. POTTER EDWIN F. Rn 91 I ERNEST JAMES ABBOTT Tau Beta Pi; A.I.E.E.; Engineering Society. CHARLES MERTON ACKERMAN Varsity Band. RICHARD KIRKBRIDE AKIN EDMUND JONES ALVUT Beta Psi. Detroit Bay City YOSHIMASA AMARI Nippon Club. . Muskegon Utica, New York Yokohama, Japan JOHN HOWARD ANDERSON Grand Rapids DCRFEE BRADFORD APTED Grand Rapids Phi Delta Theta. NORMAN RAY BAILEY Aero Club. LESLIE CARL BEERS KM Detroit Detroit IV- JOHN WEBSTEH BENNETT .... STANTON ABNER BENNETT . ALLAN BERNE-ALLEN, JR. Engineering Society; man Track; Union ' Swimming Pool Com. (3) (4). DELOHR BERRY . LAWRENCE V. Bi Detroit Detroit !i niT " !- MSTMET ' " ' New York, New York emical Engineering Society; Upper Class Advisor; Fresh- Grand Rapids Ypsilanli .T-T-T.T. .T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T T.T T. -.T_T.T-T-T. [1 HOWARD EDWIN BIGGS Toledo, Ohio Quarterdeck. HOWARD M. BIRKS ... Chicago, Illinois Phi Kappa Sigma; Michigamua; Triangles; Freshman Baseball; Freshman Basket- ball; Varsity Basketball (2) (3) (4), Captain (4). EDWIN BLANCHARD Bay City JOSEPH THOMAS BLAYDON . Detroit MAITLAND BARKELEW BLEECKER Tau Beta Phi; President Aeronautical Society. WILLIAM ARTHUR BLESSED .... President Highland Park Club (3). JOHN EDWARD BLOMGREN ALBERT BLOOM Chatham, New Jersey DONALD WILLIAM BOARDMAN Phi Delta Chi. Highland Park Norway . Ann Arbor Kalamazoo FREDERICK ACTON BODDY . Phi Kappa Tan. HUGO BONNINGHAUSEN A.I.E.E. WILLIAM MARTIN BORGMAN .... A.I.E.E. CARL MEESKE BOSWELL Alpha Sigma Phi; Banjo Quintette; Under Clas HENRY W. BOUSMAN Rifle Club. | 93 . , . Muskegon L " uisville, Kent rrrrrr; JOHN ALEXANDER BOWEN . . Grand Rapids Sigma Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Triangles; Track (2) (3) (4); Cross-Country (2) (3) (4); Freshman Cross-Country, Swimming and Track. WILLIAM MCK.INLEY BROVBROOKS . Ann Arbor V. FAY. Officer of Day; A. S. M. E.; Vice-President Gun and Blade Club; Round- Up Club, Treasurer; Upper Class Advisory Com. JACK EMIEL BRESSLER New York, New York JOHN DAUBY BRISCOE . Pontiac Delta Kappa Epsilon; Mimes President (1); Vulcans; Triangles; Underclass Con- duct Com. (2); Daily Sport Staff (1) (2); Sport Editor Summer Daily (2); Chm. Summer Spotlight; Stage Mgr. Mimes Theatre (2); Opera, Stage Com. (2); Stage r., Cast (3); Asst. General Chm. (1); General Chm. Union Fair (4). Mgr CLEMENT HAPHAEI. BROWN Grand Rapids HOY A. BROWN EDWARD C. BUMKE . LAURENCE EDWARD BURGESS CHARLES RUSSELL BURROWS Jackson Manistee . Grand Rapids New York, New York L. H. BURTON Sigma Phi Epsilon; Craftsmen Club. HAROLD GEORGE BUTLER PAUL SYLVESTER CALKINS . ' . ._ ... -rtaJtsf Phi Pi. GIBSON MILLER CAMERON Quarterdeck; Boosters Club; New England Club. CALVIN ARTHUR CAMPBELL . . Ada . Ann Arbor . Ann Arbor Detroit . a. ... Indian Rirer Thcta Delta Chi; Alpha Chi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans: Triangles; Class Presi- dent (2); President Engineering Society (4); Vice-President Michigan Union; Student Council; Engineering Honor Com. (2) (3) (1), Chm. (4); General Chm. Union Life Membership Drive (3); Executive Council Michigan Union; Varsity Band (2) (3) (4); Varsity Glee Club (2) (3); University Symphony Orchestra (2); Union Opera (3). 94 GEORGE GAY CARMAN Delta Phi. ALEXANDER EDWIN CARSON . . . . Triangles; Freshman Track; Varsity Track. WILLIAM II. GARY, JR. Grand Rapids Detroit HA BLOW MILLS CASH A.I.E.E. HOWARD OWEN CEDERGREEN . Ann Arbor Benzonia Anaconda, Montana EARL M. CHAMPION, JR. BALWANT SINGH CHAULLE . Detroit Patch Sangah, Punjab, India HOWARD Qrov CHINN . Canton, China Engineers ' Society; American Institute of Chemical Engineering (Students ' Branch.) CHARLES FOSTER CLARK ARTHUR FRANKLIN CLOUD . % _ Stilh Sigma Chi; Web and Flange. JAMES OLIVER COATES Hermitage; Scabbard and Blade; Glee Club (1): A.I.E.E. (2) (3) (- ). GLENN WENDELL COCHHAN Alpha Phi Alpha. HERBERT W. COLE . KENNETH R. COLE . Theta Xi. sib water, Oklahoma City Ann Arbor Detroit . Grand Rapid. I ' ainespillf, Ohio j|: [95 ] i 4 ROBERT SH AW COMSTOCK A.S.M.E. Traverse City Hastings RICHARD MARSHALL COOK Alpha Chi Sigma. LAWRENCE DONALD CORLETT Ann Arbor HENRY J. CORSETTE . . Olean, New York Theta Xi; Vulcans; Web and Flange; Class Secretary (4). HUDSON C. COVERT . .... Pontiac LAWRENCE JULIUS CRANE Tau Beta Pi. Detroit Muskegon HERBERT CLARENCE CURL .... . Scabbard and Blade; Military Ball Com. (3). RUSSELL GREILICK CURTIS Traverse Cilu A.S.C.E. CURTO . Calumet NELSON TEIXEIRA DACOSTA Alpha Tau Omega. NASEEB CHAREKB DAMOOSI: CLARENCE NORMAN DANIEL 39 te I 25 ERWIN EVERARD DAKLING CORNELIUS WILLIAM D Rio de Janeiro, Brazil . Grand Rapids Detroit ...... Orion . " . Grand Rapids .T.T.T.T,.T.r.T,T_r.T.r.T-T-T.-r: [96] GEORGE Louis DEFOE Syracuse, New York Phi Pi; Secretary Aero Society (3), Vice-President (4); Wrestling, (1) (2) (3) (4). GEORGE JOHN DIETLE Detroit HARRISON DIXON Cleveland, Ohio DONALD MARTIN DONKER .... Grand Rapids Rifle Club; A.I.E.E. Louis ALEXANDER DORFF Grand Rapids WENDELL E. DOTY . . Bedford Freshman Glee Club; Michigan Technic (2); Circulation Mgr. (3); Mgr. Finance (4); Union Announcement and Program Com. (3). FREDERICK BERKELEY DREXEL Detroit JAMES EUGENE DUFFY, JR ..... Bay City Chi Psi; Triangles; Vulcans; Engineering Advisory Com (1); Ghm. Union Taproom Entertainment Com. (2); Chm. Upperclass Advisory Com. (2); Asst. Master of Costumes Union Opera (3); Vice-President Junior Engineers; Michiganensian (3); Cabinet Member, S.C.A.; Student Com. on Athletic Affairs (3); President Bay City Club (4); J-Hop Com. (3). GEORGE DUBPERNELL CARL THEODORE DUST CARL LEONARD DYNI Welterweight Wrestling Champion (1). EUGENE LAMOYXE ECKFIELD EDWARD ANWAY EDWARDS TOM STRONG EDWARDS Zeta Psi; Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans. [97 DUDLEY EDWARD EISELE Iron Mountain EDWIN Louis EMENS ............. Rochester, New York Band. ROBERT PIERCE EVERETT .... ....... Detroit Delta Alpha Epsilon; Vulcans; Cross-Country Track; Vice-President Engineering Society; Upper Classman Advisor. RUSSELL EUGENE EVERSDYK .............. Grand Rapids Engineering Society (1) (4). KARL JOSEPH FAIRBANKS . .... Water own, New York Phi Pi; Freshman Glee Club; Varsity Glee Club (2); Social Com. (4); Chm. Auditing Com. (4); Aero Club (1) (2) (3) (4), Treasurer (4); Vice-President Hobart Guild (4); Military Ball Com. (3). JULIAN ROBERT FELLOWS Jackson Sigma Xi; Tau Beta Pi; Engineering Society; Secretary Summer Session Engineers (3); A.S.M.E., Secretary (4). N NORWOOD FENTON Ann Arbor Reading, Pennsylvania ARRY WEIDEL FERGUSON Phi Delta Chi. R STUART FLEMING Pi Kappa Alpha. Beaver, Pennsylvania A LO LEROY FOREMAN Detroit Belief onte, Pennsylvania Engineering Society; Student American Institute of Electrical Engineers. LELAND WILLIAM FOUGHT . " g, ' - . " . BFflJ5- ' v8?r- Oak Harbor, Ohio Phi Delta Chi. GORDON CHARLKS Fov RONALD M. FREEMAN Chicai o, Illinois Detroit EARL CLIFFORD FRIEI LEO HENRY FRYE WILLIAM GALLANCY ... American Society of Civil Engineering; Liberal Club. RICHARD CHARLES GAZLEY Elyria, Ohio WALTER DANIEL GEETING West Alexandria, Ohio Minneapolis, Minnesota . . . . Detroit Rochester, New York Port Huron St. Joseph Ann Arbor THOMAS ELLIS GERRIE Louis GESS A.S.M.E. ROGER CHILDS GLEASON Tail Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Triangles; Cercle Francais (2) (3); Asst. Mgr. Basketball (3); Freshman Swimming Team; Sophomore Prom Com.; Vice-President Chemical Engineering Society. GORDON F. GODLEY . Port Huron Phi Mu Alpha; Triangles; Griffins; Web and Flange; Technic, Sales Mgr. (2) (3); Freshman Glee Club; Class Social Com. (3); Glee Club and Mandolin Club (4). JOHN D. COLDER Engineering Society (2). J. EVERITT GOOD Craftsmen Club; Rifle Club. ROBERT ALAN GRANGER v-V. Scabbard and Blade; Glee Club; R.O.T.C. Society. JOSEPH ALBERT GRANT Phi Kappa Tau. WILLIAM GRAULICH, JR Peers; Daily (2) (3); Advertising Mgr. i v 1 , ,{ ... ... Indiana Harbor, Indiana Allrntnwn, Pennsylvania (Chicago, Illinois .S.M.E.; Engineering ahela, Pennsylvania ange, New Ji ; Class Publicity Com. [ 99 MAX VAN IDE GREYX Grand Rapids GEORGK HENRY GRIFFIN . . . Oberlin, Kansas Delta Alpha Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans; Cross-Country Squad (2) (3); Track Squad (3); Freshman Cross-Country. RAYMOND C. GRIFFITH Coldwater Theta Xi. MAURICE ALFRED GUENIN Saginaw Veb and Flange; A.S.C.E. RUDOLPH II. HALBERG ' aterbury, Connecticut MARVIN SPEARS HARVEY Traverse City BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HAI-SMAN Toledo, Ohio Phi Sigma Delta; Tau Beta Pi; Veb and Fiance; Y.F.W., Adjutant (2) (3), Com- mander (4); Class Social Com. (1); Gun and Blade; Military Ball Com. (4). FRED HEDIGER Ann Arbor FREDERICK WILLARD HELLER Oak Harbor, Ohio ' sS?-. - ' FREDERICK JOHN HILDEBRANDT Phi Mu Delta; Web and Flange. Ljjy| CLIFTON CARR HILL LLOYD ROBERT HILL HAROLD HILSINGER Phi Delta Chi. GLENN SPARLIVG Hirs Huron, Ohio Templeton, Massachusetts Avon Lake, Ohio St. Louis . Ann Arbor .T.T-T.T.T.r.T.T.T-T.I-T.T-T T l.T-T.T.T T.T-T-T-T-T.r. 100] GEORGE EARL HODGINS Bay City JACOB VILHELM HOSTRUP Clinton, Iowa Acacia; Veb and Flange; Craftsmen; Y.KAY.; American Legion. YING Hsu Changsha, Hunan, China HENRY HUDSON HUBBARD . . Battle Creek Kappa Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Triangles; Union Recording Secretary; Class Secre- tary (2); Class Treasurer (3); Engineering Society, Secretary (3); Michigan Tech- nic (1) (2). HAROLD T. HTLSCHKR linllle Creek JOHN WARREN HUMPHREY HERBERT GRANT ILER Freshman Track. JAMES COOPER JACKSON Cygnus; Alpha Kappa Lambda; A.I.E.E. SMITH EDWARD JOHNSON .... A.S.M.E. WALTER CHARLES JOHNSON ELMER C. JONES RALPH WILLIAM JONES . CARL CHRISTIAN JORDAN FRANK MILTON JORDAN . Detroit Detroit Beading, Pennsylvania . ' , ii Grand flap ids South Bend, Indiana Oak Park, Illinois Clio Detroit Detroit i [101] ill MAXWELL KATZ Rochester, New York Engineering Society; A.I.E.E.; Liberal Club. JOHN WALLACE KEAHNS . Evanslon, Illinois Vulcans; Freshman Football; Swimming (2) (3) (1), Captain (4). CHARLES FAY KENRICK Onaway MURRY J. KEPLER Detroit Phi Kappa Tau. THOMAS M. KING . Coldwater WALTER FREDERICK KING London, Ontario, Canada CARL JOHN KOESTER Cleveland, Ohio Sigma Nu; Engineering Society; A.S.M.E.; Michiganensian (3), Photographic Editor (4); Class Hockey (2) (3) " . ANDREW MITCHELL KOMORA Ann Arbor MARTIN CHARLES KOOYOOMJIAN Detroit A.I.E.E. ALEXANDER J. KOVACH ............ Detroit A.I.E.E. FREDERICK STUTZMAN KRATZ .......... . . Buffalo, New York Theta Xi; Triangles; Vulcans; Scalp and Blade; Treasurer of Class (2); Secretary of Class (3); Engineering Society Vice-President (4); Underclass Conduct Com. (2); Class Baseball (1) (2); Freshman Track Team. WILLIAM CHRISTIAN KHATZ, JR Buffalo, New York Alpha Sigma Phi; Triangles; Vulcans; Mimes; Scalp and Blade; Michigan Union Opera (2), Asst. Gen. Chm. (3), Gen. Chm. (4); Union Orchestra (2); Student Advisory Com. (2) (3); M?r. Mimes Theatre (3); Chm. Union Spotlight (3). RICHARD H. KRAVSE . . JUtl . g.Cil a Phi Gamma Delta; Vulcans; Triangles. FREDERICK RICHARD KRETSCHMAR Rockford Detroit .T-T.T-T-T.T.T-T [ 102 H B. RAYMOND KRITZ Theta Xi; Underclass Conduct Com. (2); A.S.M.E. (3) (4). GABRIEL KRON ....... WALTER PERRY KROUPA BOLESLA V V. KH .YMINSKI OSCAR WILES LAKE Phi Kappa Tan; Mandolin Club; Gun and Blade; V.F.W. ARTHUR LEROY LANE Detroit Baia Mare, Roumania Cedar . . . . Bay City Benlon Harbor Detroit MERLE DAVID LATSON Ann Arbor Phi Pi. ALVIN PORTER LEE Alpha Phi Alpha. ALFRED RALEIGH LEWIS Craftsmen; Dixie Club; Wayfarers. KAI SHOU LIANG Chinese Students Club. MAURICE CHARLES LIBERT . . . . . Tau Beta Pi. Okmulgee, Oklahoma Almite, Louisiana Canton, China Lewiston, Idaho NATSEN LIEU . . . . . . . . . .Wanondjaja, Java Chinese Students Club; Engineering Club; American Chemical Society; Chemical Engineering Society. WALTER E. LIND Quarterdeck. Ju-SuNG Liu Chinese Students Club. . Bai Ci i Pckin, China [103] 114 ' . : !. I m LVMAN CHANDLER LOVELL Delta Tau Delta. KAI YEN MA EDWARD KANT MAO Corda Fratres; Chinese Students Club. MATHKW GAYLOR MARKLE South Hadley, Massachusetts Chckiang, China Kiukiang, China ARCHIBALD J. MARMOR .... Pi Kappa Alpha; A.S.M.E. . Muskegon Louisville, Kentucky JOHN IRVING MARQCARD DONALD EXCELL MARSH Tau Beta Pi. WILLIAM JULIUS MELCHERS FREDERICK F. MENGEL Hermitage. North Muskegon Akron, Ohio Owosso Toledo, Ohio RRIAM ROBYN DEWEY MERRI Scabbard and Blade. GEORGI-: EARL MICKLE . CHARLES ALBERT MILLER . Web and Flange; A.S.C.K. CHARLES VILLARD MILLER Psi Upsilon. CORLISS NORVELI. MISCHNICK . Chemical Engineering Society. Charlevoix Ann Arbor Marshall ' alkerville, Canada Detroit [104] GEORGE WYCLIFFE MISNER Pleasant Lake, Indiana Detroit CHARLES J. MOCK Chi Psi; Michigan Union Opera Com. (2) (3). CLEMENT WARD MOODY ELLIOTT EDWARD MOODY Phi Kappa Tan. JAMES WILSON MORSE Montague Tau Beta Pi. Turners Falls, Massachusetts Cranford, New Jersey HUDSON T. MORTON, Jn Pi Kappa Alpha. LEE S. McCLENAHEN . . .... Hermitage; Web and Flange. WILLIAM A. MCCLENAHEN Hermitage; Web and Flange; A.S.C.E. WILFRED REID MC!LVEEN CLIFFORD BRADBURY MCKECHNIE 3f .-1 pTT - Detroit Delta Phi; Les Voyageurs; Web and Flange; arsity Boxing learn (I) (2), Lap- tain (3). HUGH JOSEPH McKERNAN GEORGE LAWRENCE NAMPA J. LAWRENCE NELSON WALTER G. NELSON Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon. Calumet Sparta . Marquette [105] IRA PICKETT NEWBY Anthony, Kansas FRANCIS OLIVER NICKLIN ........... Franklin, Pennsylvania JOHN FOLKE OHLSON East Orange, New Jersey Phi Delta Phi. MILO EDWARD OLIPHANT A nn Arbor Phi Kappa Psi; Vulcans. MERLE OLIVER Oivosso EDWIN M. ORR " . . . . . Dearborn HOWARD MORTIMER OSMUN Alle ?2? Varsity Band (3) (4); Union Orchestra (2) (3); University Symphony Orchestra (i); Union Opera (3); A.I.E.E. BLAXTON CHARLES OWEN Grand Rapids Engineering Society. LEONARD EUGENE PAIGE Peloskey F m ' t ? A __-- .- ALLEN WILBUR PALMER Saginaw PAUL DIXON PARKER Oitonville, Minnesota Tau Beta Pi. MAYNARD B. PARSONS . . -ijjftrr g " garr Binghamlon New York Scabbard and Blade; Sophomore Vigilance Com.; President New ork State Uub. ROY WILLIS PATON ... Almonl Phi Kappa Tau; Engineering Society; Craftsmen Clul . FLETCHER WILLIAM PEARCE Lake Linden rr-T-T-r-r-- . [106 iggg f gs SANTIAGO VICTOR PERE . ADOLPH PIFKO Havana, Cuba East Orange, New Jersey Detroit MORLEY M. PlGGOTT Phi Pi; Varsity Hockey (3); Class Basketball (3); Class Athletic Mgr. (3). ALEKSANDER PLUTYNSKI HERBERT F. POEHLE Phi Pi; Union Orchestra (1) (2). Lwow, Poland Detroit STANLEY JOHN POLEK liinyhamton. New York JOHN RICHARD POLHAMUS Triangles; Vulcans; Web and Flange; Track; Class President (3). C. FRANK POLLEN MERLIN L. POOLE Denver, Colorado Tan Beta Pi;,Varsity Cross Country and ELBERT LELAND POTTER, JR Alpha Tau Omega; Alpha Chi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi j Vl LLOYD ROBERT PRESTON jAy-fc r ' A.E.M.; Varsity Band. Chicago, Illinois Windsor, Ontario Detroit Lambda Upsilon. Gaylord ROBERT V. PRESTON Thela Chi; Vulcans; A.S.C.E.; Intramura (3); Class Treasurer (4). HARRY DONALD PURDY J3T ? Sigma Phi Epsilon; Freshman Track; Varsity Track (3) Com; Class Athletic Mgr. (2); Advisory Com. (3). LLOYD FORREST RADER A.S.C.E. . . Tiffin. Ohio I) (2); Class Social Chm. . telon, Wisconsin (4); Underclass Conduct Cohimhus, India [ 107 Detroit Rochester, New York ARTHUR RAUTENBERG . . WRAY V. RAWLINGS Quarterdeck. HARVEY ELWYN REED .... Erie, Pennsylvania Trigon; Michigan Daily Business Staff (1) (2); Class Advisory Board (1); Business Mgr. Michigan Optic (3). R. LLOYD REID Glee Club; Choral Union. GORDON C. REISH Avoca Detroit Detroit GL ENN CHARLES RICHARDS Class Basketball (1) (2) (3). KENNETH WEATHERBY RICHARDS . Ann Arbor Phi Pi. EDWIN FRANK RITCHIE ... San Francisco, California Zeta Psi; Vulcans; Quarterdeck; Mimes; Union Opera Com. (3) (4). Brims LOWELL ROBERTSON ...... Flint HARRY FREDERIC ROSE HAROLD G. ROSE FOSTER B HA MAN ROSER . Phi Kappa Tau. JULIUS ARTHUR ROWLEY ICKLAAS ROZEMA Brooklyn, New York Ashley Flint Traverse City Fremont [108] CRAIG M. SAGE Hastings WILLIAM KENNON SAUNDERS . . Newport Nms, Virginia Tau Beta Pi; Web and Flange; A.S.C.E.; ice-President of Class (1). EVERETT HENRY SCHAEFER Milwaukee, Wisconsin ERNEST WILLIAM SCHERMERHORN Cassopolis HERBERT F. SCHIEFEK Tau Beta Pi; Web and Flange; A.S.C.E.; I ' .I. Club. Vassar Grand Rapids CYRIL A. SCHMIDT ARTHUR CARLTON SCHCBRING Buffalo, New York Phi Mu Delta. MARTIN JOHN SERRA A.I.E.E. WILLIAM SESTOK Hermitage. Engineering Society; Chinese Students Club. HAROLD TRENT SHAW . CHARLES E. SHEPHARD . Theta Chi; Tau Beta Pi. ELVVYN BVRTON SHEPPARD Web and Flange; A.S.C.E. Detroit ' usih, Kiangsu, China Detroit Lafayette, Indiana ockporl, ' i " [109 KENNETH McKiNLEY SIFRITT Marion, Ohio Engineering Society; A.I.E.E. GEORGE JOSEPH SILHAVY Saginaw Alpha Chi Sigma. RILEY J. SIPE Swanton, Ohio FRANCIS LIVINGSTON SMITH Los Angeles, California Zeta Psi; Vulcans; Web and Flange. WILLARD BASIL SPENCER - . Highland Park- Phi Pi; Highland Park Club. IRWIN ERNEST STEGMEIER . Grand Rapids Pi Kappa Alpha; Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans; Engineering Society; Aeronautical Society; A.S.M.E.; Varsity Basketball (3) (4); Freshman Basketball; Class President (4). ROBERT HENRY STELLWAGEN Ann Arbor .VILLE WILLIAM STEPHENS Carbondale, Pennsylvania Varsity Band. TYLER REVERE STEVENS Portland, Maine Theta Delta Chi; Vulcans; Daily (1) (2); Underclass Conduct Com. (2); Aero- nautical Society. WILLIAM EDWARD STIRTON . . . " . ' r ' ' ' " Detroit ARNOLD ELMER STOLL .- ' . . ' ' jjft Ann Arbor Phi Kappa Tau; Cygnus. CLIFFORD EDWARD STONE IBB ' ' j - ,C : EARL FREDERICK STRUBB Phi Mu Delta; Varsity Glee DONALD SULLIVAN Alpha Kappa Lambda. Buffalo, New York Toledo, Ohio Alma -T-T-T.T-T. 110 LELAND TAYLOR SUMMERS . . Port Huron LAMONT SWANSON Fa coma-, Neu Yor PRFD CHESTFR S VICFRT Joseph Yulcans- Pi ' Delta ' Epsilon; Craftsmen Club (3) (4); Editor Athletic Program (2) (3) (4). ,- Y TANG Honolulu, T. H. fau Beta Pi; University Glee Club ' (2) ' (3) ' (4); Michigan Union Opera (2); Cos- mopolitan Club; Chinese Students Club; Chm. A.I.E.E. BABLO SIMON TECSON Philippine Islands RUNG THITHAN . HORACE ALVORD THOMPSON WILLIAM SCOTT THOMPSON RICHAKD E. TOWNSEND Craftsmen Club; Republican Club. Siam Herkimer, New York Elk Rapids Saginaw DONALD EARL TRISTRY Phi Kappa Sigma. RUSSELL HYDER TRITES -, -._. Phi Kappa Tau; Web and Flange; A. S.C.I-.. CHARLES E. TROI ' T ' _ A.M.A. Football (2). FRANCIS FARRAGUT TUFTS . BENJAMIN E. UNSOEI.IJ .T.T.I. Ill H n GEORGE H. VALDERRAMA TRACY HENRY ' VANBUREN . Theta Xi; A.S.M.E. CLARENCE ARTHUR VIELMETTI A.I.E.E. SPIROS DIONISIO YINIERATOS . Quarterdeck. BENJAMIN DANIAL WAECHTER Bogota, Colombia, S. A. Slurgis .... Norway Argostoli, Greece Detroit LESTER E. F. WAHRENBURG WALTER CLARK WARDNER . Phi Delta Chi. JAMES E. WARK A..S.C.E. Fort Wayne, Indiana Jackson IEDERIC WELLINGTON WARNER, JR Delta Upsilon; Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon. Palisades, Washington Pontiac ROBERT ROWLAND WATTLEWORTH Pi Kappa Alpha; Tau Beta Pi; Engineering Society; Craftsmen. WILLET F. WEBER Cleveland, Ohio St. Joseph Secretary Hound-Up Club; Treasurer A.S.M.E.; Craftsmen; Tau Beta Pi. LEON .1. WEICHEL . . j " g Sandusky, Ohi, rtt. : IT- -.a-_-_T _-!_,- _ Phi Kappa; Senior Invitation Com. H RRY A. WEITZMAN GEORGE ALLEN WHIN Delta Phi; Tau Newark, New Jersey . Grand ftapids .T-T-T-T-1-rmf-T-T-T 112 MAXWELL LUDLUM WHITACRE Madisonville, Ohio ROBERT LYNN WHITAKER Marshall Web and Flange; A.S.C.E. Windsor, Ontario Ypsitanti EARL CHESTER WHITE . CHANCY FRANK WHITNEY GEORGE CHAPPELL WHITTLESEY New London, Connecticut Quarterdeck. GEORGE FREDERICK WILCOX LEO WOLFF .... Freshman Basketball. JOHN WYLLIE, JR Tau Beta Pi; President Student Branch A.S.M.F. JOHN POWELL ZIDOW DONALU A. ZlNN . . Phi Mu Delta. Northville lyn, New York Detroit New Castle, Pennsylvania Battle Creek -T-T- T. T. T-.V-T-T-T.?TrT? 1113! DlNWIDDIE LOR Eli STEWAHT BARRY JOHN E. DINWIDDIE DOUGLAS D. LOREE AUGUSTA STEWART . JOHN H. BARRY . Architectural Officers President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer SOCIAL ARTHUR K. HYDE JOSEPH E. FRONCZAK Committees FINANCE CARL H. SCHWENKMEYER FREDERICK M. HARLEY AUDITING EUGENE T. CLELAND JULIAN R. COWIN JOSEPH P. LEACH, JR. RAYMOND WEBER .T.T.T.T.T. [114] JOHN P. BAKER . Grand Rapids MARION BUELL - Ypsilanti T. Square. ROBKRT FERGUS CALDER Class Treasurer (3); Treasurer Architectural Society (4). EUGENE TRUESDALE CLELAND Alpha Rho Chi; Tau Sigma Delta. LYLE S. COLE Detroit Poland, Ohio Mount Pleasant Greenville JULIAN RAYMOND COWIN Alpha Rho Chi; Tau Sigma Delta; Class President (2). JOHN EKIN DINWIDDIE Berkeley, California Sigma Phi; Tau Sigma Delta; Class President (3) (4); Vice-President Architectural Society (4); Opera Orchestra (2) (3) (4); Mimes (4); May Party Com. (3) (4). CLAUDE DALE DYKEMA ........ ..fc . Grand Rapids Delta Phi. BERNARD BLAKEMAN EDDY Chi Psi. JOSEPH EUSTACE FRONCZAK President Architectural Society. BARRY LEWIS FROST V.F.W. VICTOR GONDOS, JR. . . Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Director, Secretary, Vice-President, Cosmopolitan Club (1) (2); Engineering Society (2) (3); R.O.T.C. (1) (2) (3) (4); President Congregational Students ' Fel- lowship (4); Vice-President S.C.A. (4); Pennsylvania Club (1); Architectural Society. OBIN HERMAN GRAY .... jjr gs . . . Muskego, OSCAR C. HALBERG . ' uterbnry, C.onnertii Connecticut 115] FREDERICK MCL.EOD HARLEY London, Canada Alpha Rho Chi; Tau Sigma Delta; Class Vice-President (2); Cosmopolitan Club. WILLIAM DANIEL HERRERA JOSEPH P. LEACH, JR. HARALD LUND GEORGE BYRON M ELLEN Cygnus; Alpha Kappa Lambda. Bogota, Colombia, South America Canonsburg, Pennsylvania . Palos Park, Illinois Quincy Detroit Niles ERIC C. MlLDNER Alpha Hho Chi; Freshman Swimming; Varsity Swimming (2) (3) (4). YILFHED PF.RRELL McLArGHLiN Alpha Hho Chi; Round-Up. LE J IRWIN PERRY Durand Alpha Hho Chi; Tau Sigma Delta; Class Yice-Presiclcnt (3); Class Speedball; Class Baseball. Detroit MILTON EDWARD PROUTT Class Baseball (2) (3); Speedball (2) (3). JH. CARL HENRY SCHWKXKMEVKR . . ,-_ Ann Arbor LAWRENCE CLAIR SHEPPARD Architectural Society. AUGUSTA STEWART ' . . . Kappa Alpha Theta; T. Square; Class Secretary (3) (1). PAUL TlLI S Simula Al| ha Mu. M. ARCHIBALD TTRXBI LI. . . .... Alpha Tan Omega; Class Vice-Presidcnt (3). Marlelte Philadelphia, Pennsylvan ia Detroit Brantford, Canada [116] Moxitoic VVATT SMITH SHEBIDAN Officers ROBERT T. MONROE President NONA WYATT . V ice-President HEWITT SMITH Secretary WILLIAM J. SHERIDAN, JR Treasurer [11?) J- -L--L-.L _L .I.--Ir1I.-_L 1L- JL--L- --I.--L- r -L-.i. -1--L--1.--1 - f C BARNKS LAFEVEB LLOYD MOLL PEIRCE PHILLIPS STEVENSON (Committees rS , . ATHLETICS SIDNEY L. LAFEVER, Chairman VERNON C. ABBOTT JAMES V. CAMPBELL AUDITING C. DEWEY MOLL, Chairman EDGAR A. KAHN JOSHUA E. BACON BROWN DERBY EDGAR l. STEVENSON, Chairman TOM OUTLAND FRANK L. LINN INVITATION JOHN M. BARNES, Chairman ROBERT L. GLASS GUSTAV F. WEINFELI JOHN L. KLEINHECKSEL ROGERS F. WAKEFIELD CAP AND GOWN ROBERT H. PHILLIPS, Chairman HAROLD A. FURLONG CURT P. SCHNEIDER EXECUTIVE PUTMAN C. LLOYD, Chairman WALTER M. SIMPSON RUSSELL L. MUSTARD SOCIAL CARLETON B. PEIRCE, Chairman GEORGE F. GREEN AUSTIN S. JOHNSON GEORGE F. PRICE RAYMOND G. FINNIE RUTH C. SNYDER -1--T-T T.T-T-T-.T.T-T-T.T-T.T-T-T.T.T.T-T-T.T-T.T-T.T.T. .T.T.T.T.T.1.I.T.T.T.T ..T,T_ . T-T-T-T.r.-Trr: 118] VERNON CLIFFORD ABBOTT Alpha Kappa Kappa; Varsity Baseball (1). Holyoke, Massachusetts Wilmington, North Carolina JOHN ALISON, JR. . EUGENE ELLIS ALSTON Omega Psi Phi. L. MILFORD ANDERSEN Manistee Phi Beta Pi. HAROLD HERMAN ASH Detroit JOSHUA E. BACON, JR Enid, Oklahoma Theta Chi; Phi Beta Pi; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Round-Up Club; Varsity Band (2) (3) (4) (5); Vice-President (6); Asst. Interscholastic Mgr. (3); Student Directory (2); Varsity Glee Club Mgr. (4); Senior Auditing Com. (6). JOHN MCGREGOR BARNES Delta Tau Delta; Phi Pho Sigma. JOSEPH ERNEST BARSS Nu Sigma Nu. LAMOTT FAIR BATES Phi Beta Pi; Galens. Washington, D, C. Wolfville, Nova Scotia WILLARD GOULD BEATTIE Highland Park Phi Chi. SYDNEY KNOPPOVV BEIGLER Detroit Phi Lambda Kappa; Craftsmen Club; Golden Hule Lodge. WINEFRKD BIETHAN V . f Blockfool, Idaho Gamma Phi Beta; Michigan Daily (1); AUiena (1); Class Vice-President (2). JOHN STANLEY BOYER juT M South Bend, Indiana ANDREW HERBERT BRACKEN . ' . " . Lockporl, New York .r-T-T.T-T-T-T-T. 119 ] n . Ann Arbor Elkhart Lake,. Wisconsin Detroit . Grand Rapids . Ann Arbor ROBERT S. BREAKEY Nu Sigma Nu. ARTHUR JOHN BREEKBAUER Alpha Sigma. HAROLD JOSEPH BRISBOIS Pi Upsilon Rho. Louis ALBERT BRUNSTING Phi Chi; Galens; Glee Club (2) (3); Calvin Club. JAMES VALENTINE CAMPBELL Delta Kappa Epsilon; N ' u Sigma Nu. CYRIL MARKHAM CANRIGHT ... Royal Oak Sigma Phi Epsilon; Intramural Athletics; V.FAV. HARVEY L. CLARKE, JR Fairbury, Nebraska Alpha Sigma Phi; Xu Sigma Nu. KIEL EUGENE COHN Detroit Phi Delta Epsilon. .RROLL KENNETH COOK New London, Iowa Phi Beta Pi. .. x HAROLD D. CRANE .?.. Owosso MICHAEL JAY CRINO -55- W - Rochester, New York Alpha Sigma; Booster Club; Freshman Basketball; Varsity Squad Football (1); Class Baseball and Football (2); Speedball (3) (4) (5); Basketball (4) (5); Class Secretary (3). DEAN C. _.. uf-ftyiAN . --- rra -vg ' SM Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa Kappa. HNER W. DlTEMI.ING Kappa Sigma: Xu Sigma Xu; Galens. THA DYER . Delta Gamma. Helmer, Indiana Fort Wayne, Indiana SI. Louis, Missouri [120] M ROBERT ROY ECKERT Cooks Falls, New York Craftsmen Club. JOSEPH HENRY FAILING -Inn Arbor Craftsmen Club (3) (4) (5); Glee Club. MILTON S. FELDMAN Detroit Phielks; Michigan Opera; Play Writers ' Club. MARTIN FELDSTEIN . Detroit RAYMOND GRIFFIN FINNIE Alpha Kappa Kappa; Galens; J-Hop Com. (8) FRANCIS JAMES FITZPATRICK Nu Sigma Nu. NORMAN KENNETH FOLEY . Phi Beta Pi. WILLIAM LLOYD FOUST . Phi Chi. THELMA FREEMAN Alpha Epsilon Iota. MAURICE D. FRIEDMAN Phi Delta Epsilon. HAROLD ARTHUR FURLONG Phi Bho Sigma. ROY O. GILBERT Nu Sigma Nu; Galens. ROBERT LEE GLASS ! Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha; Phi Sigma. 5. EMANUEL GOLDBERG Phi Delta Epsilon. Frankfort, Kentucky . Alpena Toledo, Ohio Canton, Ohio . Ann Arbor fet Cleveland, Ohio Pontiac Duliilh, Minnesota fr . St. Joseph || [121] MELVILLE Ai GOLDSMITH t ' argo, North Dakota Pi Upsilon Rho. HUGH ELLISON GRAY Ohalchee, Alabama Alpha Sigma; ' Dixie Club (3); All-medic Baseball, Basketball (3) (4) (5). GEORGE FRANCIS GREEK Dowagiac Delta Upsilon; Phi Rho Sigma; Varsity Band (2) (3) (4); Class Treasurer (5). HENRY GREENFIELD Buffalo, New York Phi Delta Epsilon. JOSEPH FRANK HACKETT Detroit Sigma Phi Epsilon; Alpha Kappa Kappa. GERALDINE MAE HAMILTON Alpha Epsilon Iota. JUGH WESLEY HARRISON . SBNON LEWIS HART Phi Chi. H KILGORE HECKERT Battle Creek Detroit Huron, Ohio Bakerstown, Pennsylvania !-! JACOB HELMS. Louis PETER HENKEL . Pi Upsilon Rho. JONAS BERTRAM HIRSCH " Phi Epsilon Pi. CHARLES LEONARD HIRWAS Xu Sigma Nu. ALTON DEANE 1 1 up, its . Alpha Tau Omega. A iv ' ATi-, ' . Grand Rapids Petoskey . . . Toledo, Ohio Ishpeming Ogdensburg, New York rrrr. [122 HOWARD BOSTWICK HOFFMAN Ludington Nu Sigma Nu; Michigamua; Track (2) (3) (4); Medic Vice-President of Union; Student Council; Board in Control of Athletics. JOHN ARLINGTON HOOKEY . Alpha Sigma. WILLIAM FRANCIS HOOVER Phi Rho Sigma. CHARLES MAXWELL HOWER MARION ARNOLD HUNTER . Track. Wyandolle Lockport, New York Bloomsburg, Penn sylvania Detroit AUSTIN SAMUEL JOHNSON Ann Arbor Phi Chi; Galens. EUGENE M. JUSTER Milwaukee, Wisconsin Phi Sigma Delta. EDGAR ADOLPH KAHN VU .... |finj- Detroit Nu Sigma Nu; Freshman Baseball; Football Reserves (2); Hockey (1) (2) (3) (4). Captain (5). LOUISE OSBORN KAPPES B t ' Evanston, Illinois Delta Gamma; Alpha Epsilon Iota; Class Vice-President (2). Toledo, Ohio Holland Brooklyn, New York Detroit r T rti. ,. PHILIP KATZ JOHN LEWIS KLEINHEKSEL Phi Chi. MARK GORDON KLIATSHCO Phi Delta Epsilon; Honor Com. (2); Auditing Com DENNIS DANIEL KOVAN Phi Delta Epsilon. SIDNEY LEWIS LAFEVER Phi Chi. rrrr. .T.T.T.T.T; 123] Albion Kiangsu, China FRANK D. LINN Sigma Chi; Phi Beta Pi. GIEN Tsiu Liu Chinese Students Club. PUTNAM CROCKER LLOYD . Ann Arbor Xu Sigma Xu; Phi Sigma; Alpha Omega Alpha; Medic Hockey; Baseball; Speedball. PERRIN HAMILTON LONG Bryan, Ohio Zeta Psi; Xu Sigma Xu. WALTKR FITCH MANLKY Corry, Pennsylvania Phi Beta Pi. Virgin Islands Detroit RUPERT CLARENCE LAURBERG MARKOE MORRIS H. MARKS Kappa Xu. IHENE LITLA MARTIN ... Alpha Epsilon Iota; Class Vice-President (5). YILLIAM PETER MARTZOXVKA Saginaiv Sagina v Club. Homer A .._r 1ST . J CHARLES CARSON MERKEL Phi Rho Sigma; Tennis ( ' HARRY CLARENCE METZGER Phielks Club. ), Captain (4); Freshman Basketball. Sebewaing . Ann Arbor . . . . Detroit Slrathmore, California IDA METZGER Student Volunteer. .1. Dr AM: MILLER I. ,W ' . " T " Zirll- ! " Sfc- Bangor Alpha Omega Alpha; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Michigan Daily (1); Band (2) (3) (4) (5) (6); Craftsmen. [124] CLARENCE DEWEY MOLL Galens; Phi Sigma. ROBERT THORNHILL MONROE Galens; Honor Com. (5); Class President (6). JOHN ADAM MOONEY JUSTIN L. MOONEY Phi Epsilon Pi. RUSSELL LOWELL MUSTARD Phi Beta Pi; Galens; Phi Sigma; Alpha Omega Alpha. Detroit Detroit Curllsi ' ille, Pennsylvania Kansas City, Missouri Midland RAPHAEL WILLIAM MCGREGOR Birch Run Phi Beta Pi. MANVILLE WILLIAM NORTON .... New Albany, Pennsylvania Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Chi. CLYDE JOHN OSBORNE Phi Beta Pi. TOM OI ' TLAND Phi Gamma Delta. Benlon Harbor Wayne, Indiana THOMAS BERNARD PAUSZEK Phi Chi; Polonia Literary Circle, President (5). CARLETON BARNHART PEIRCE Tau Kappa Epsilon; Phi Beta Pi; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Chm. Music Com. Michigan Union (5); Mgr. University of Michigan Band (7) (8); Varsity Glee Club (6); Red Feather (5); Union Opera (4) (5) (6). , ROBERT H. PHILLIPS , - ,jj Springfield, Ohio Phi Kappa Psi; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Galens; Mgr. Class Basketball (2); Chm. Cap, Gown and Cane Com. GEORGE FRANCIS PRICE M L ' roo ' " ' J n . N ew York JESUS MARIA QUINONES ' orlo Rico Dunkirk, New York Grand Rapids m. usc arsity Glee [125] ! HOWARD CARL REES Risingsun, Ohio Phi Kappa Tau; Phi Chi. LEO PETER RENNELL Manislee Glee Club (2) (6); Opera (2). EARL BRADFORD RITCHIE .... Jackson Phi Rho Sigma. FREDERIC LAWRENCE ROBINSON ... Lima, Ohio ARTHUR MARTIN ROSENTHAL Flint Tau Epsilon Phi. SAUL ROSENZWEIG Phi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Omega Alpha. Detroit CURT P. SCHNEIDER Peru, Illinois Sigma Chi; Band (1) (2) (3); Glee Club, Asst. Mgr. (2); Daily (1) (2), Circulation Mgr. (3). NOHMAN CHARLES SCHROEDKR ROBERT REDVKRSK SCOTT . Mount Clemens . Copemish __= s SANG YUEN SETO Detroit WII.I.IAM JOSEPH SHERIDAN, JR. . . N Chattanooga, Tennessee Phi Beta Pi; Vice-Presiclent Dixie Club (3); Class Treasurer (6). RICHARD SIERSEMA . . " 3j -? Grand Rapids WALTER MALCOLM SIMPSON . Ann Arbor Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha Omega Alpha; Galons; Quadrangle; Phi Sigma; Varsity Glee Club (2. (3i. SELMEH PAHELI SMISETH I . . . . Suttons Bay Delta Tau Delta; Varsity Band. rrr; [126] HEWITT SMITH Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha Omega Alpha; Phi Sigma. CLARENCE HUBERT SNYDER RUTH CATHERVNE SNYDER Alpha Epsilon Iota. LLOYD GREEN STEINER EDWARD ALVA STERN Phi Lambda Kappa. Lansing Apollo, Pennsylvania Rockport, Indiana . Ann Arbor Detroit EDGAR MCLEAN STEVENSON Phi Gamma Delta; Nu Sigma Nu; Galens. RALPH TENHAVE HOLLAND THOMPSON RICHARD HENRY THORNBURY Bloomington, Illinois CHEN LANG TUNG Chinese Students Club. DALE VANDUZEN Gamma Alpha; Phi Sigma. EARL NEWELL YANORNUM Alpha Kappa Kappa; Class Secretary ( ' I) EUGENE R. VERNOU Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Rho Sigma RAYMOND W. WAGGONER Phi Chi. Zeeland . . Detroit Arcade, New York n. Shanghai. China Breckenridge on Riitr . Ann Arbor . Ann Arbor tat 1127] ROGERS FAIRBANKS WAKEFIELD . Sigma Nu; Phi Beta Pi. SYDNEY WEINBERG Phielks Club. GUSTAVE FRANKEL WEINFELD Zeta Beta Tau. ULYSSES SIMPSON WIGGINS Alpha Phi Alpha. CLARENCE J. WILLIAMS Pi Upsilon Rho; Track (2). Morenci Detroit Lima, Ohio Andersonville, Georgia . Eaton Rapids GEORGE WESLEY WILLIAMSON WILLIAM CALE WRIGHT .... Phi Delta Theta; Nu Sigma Nu. JOSEPH WFU-BLE Phi Beta Kappa. Vice-President (4; IARLES BOGARDUS ZlPF Indianapolis, Indiana Terre Haute, Indiana . . , . Detroit Santa Paula, California Freeporl, Illinois [128 JENNINGS EMMOXS G i BLOW ANTHONY 1924. Offi cers CLAYTON F. JENNINGS ONEITA EMMONS FREDERICK C. GIELOW A. LEWIS ANTHONY . . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer li j ADAMS BOKKLMAN BIDWELL BUTLER DAMMANN HALL MEYER MILLER SCHWARTZ SMITH WEICHEL C ommittees ? c AUDITING ROWLAND M. BUTLER, Chairman SALYATORE V. FIORDELIS NEWMAN W. WHITE CANE SETH R. BIDWELL, Chairman HAROLD D. WARREN HARRY E. MORELAND CAP AND GOWN ANDREW C. BOKKLMAN, Chairman ROBERT B. RITTER VICTOR H. DEBAEKE CLASS DAY JOHN H. SMITH, (Chairman HAROLD E. HOWLKTT FRANK H. BACON CREASE DANCE GEORGE D. MILLER, Chairman WALTER S. RAE EONARD C. FIELDER it -5S2 EXECUTIVE , ' TON F. JENNINGS, C t NEITA EMMONS EDERICK C. GlE] A. LEWIS ANTHONY CREASE PAPER ROBERT ADAMS, JR. Chairman BOWEN E. SCHUMACHER JOHN C. McGiNNis FINANCE RUSSELL F. MEYER, Chairman OTTO O. BOWEN ROBERT CRARY INVITATION HARRY A. HALL, Chairman KENNETH D. WILKINS PAUL E. KRAUSE MEMORIAL ALVIN F. WEICHEL, Chairman THEODORE N. GOLDSTEIN- KARL H. VELDE PICTURE WILLIAM J. SCHWARTZ, Chairman ROGER K. POWELL JOHN T. GALARNEAULT SOCIAL GEORGE DAMMANN, Chairman CHARLES K. VANDUREN GLENN A. MCCLEARY I FRED G. KRIVONOS DONALD L. LAWRENCE 130] ROBERT ADAMS, JR. Caseville Editor of Crease Paper. BERNABE AFRICA Manila, Philippine Islands HARLOW HENR Y AKERS .... .... Phoenix, Arizona Delta Chi; Barristers; Comedy Club; Band Bounce Com. (1); Craftsmen Club. FRANK HASKELL BACON Union City, Pennsylvania Alpha Chi Rho. SETH R. BIDWELL ... Niles Sinfonia; Phi Alpha Delta; Barristers; Round-Up; Asst. Mgr. Varsity Band (1) (2); Mgr. Varsity Band (3) (4); Class Treasurer (3); Chm. Union Membership (2); Chm. Cane Com. (4). Kansas Cily. Finance Com. (4). ANDREW C. BOKELMAN JESSE WILLIAM BOLLINGER Delta Alpha Epsilon. BRUCE GLADSTONE BOOTH ... Gamma Eta Gamma; Glee Club (2) (4). OTTO ORAL BOWEX . ... ... Phi Kappa Psi; Dixie Club; Track Squad JOHN PHILIP BOYCE Sigma Delta Kappa. STEWART R. BOYER . Monongahela, Pennsylvania Trigon; Phi Alpha Delta; Michigamua; Barristers; Baseball Mgr. (f ); J-Hop Com.; Union Vice-President; Board in Control of Athletics; Student Council (4). OSCAR A. BROWN .... Cleveland, Ohio Kappa Nu; Delta Sigma Rho; Acolytes; Adelphi; Varsity Debating Team (3) (4); Graduating Class Orator (4); Wi nner of University Oratorical Contest; Class Secretary (5); President Jewish Student Congregation; Representative N.O.L. Louis ANTON BUCK, JR f$. t Bf- W Slater, Missouri Delta Sigma Pi. EDWIN JOHN BURROWS -jSBIHBSBrVE i ' Detroit Delta Theta Phi. Ml. Vernon, Indiana Dearborn Detroit Missouri 131 ] ROWLAND MARK BUTLER Ilagersloiun, Mart land Gamma Eta Gamma; Michigan Law Review; Chm. Class Com. JOHN CARRIGAN Blair, Nebraska Beta Theta Pi; Phi Alpha Delta. GEORGE HUTCHINS GARY, JR Lapeer Gamma Eta Gamma. JOHN GRAFTON CLARK . Galcsburg, Illinois Phi Alpha Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Sigma Rho; Quadrangle; Law Review. EDWARD FRANCIS CONLIN . . . . . ... .... Ann Arbor Michigan Daily (2), Advertising Mgr. (3), Publication Mgr. (3); Circulation Mgr. Summer Daily (2). WILLIAM E. CRANE ROBERT CRARY Michigan Law Review. KENNETH DEWITT CUMMINS A. CUMMISKEY -, i uamma Eta Gamma. Saginaw Jackson Harrisburg, Illinois . Ann Arbor GEORGE V. DAMMANN . Barristers; Law Review. JORN PHILIP DAWSON, JR. Phi Delta Phi. VICTOR H. DEBAEKE Phi Alpha Delta; Miehi JOSEPH EDWARD DEFI.EY XoRMAN LF.K DlCS .lAHDINS Hillsboro, Illinois . . Detroit Detroit Des Moines, Iowa Lapeer 132 -( RALPH DIENER DIETEHLE Delta Sigma Phi; Sigma Delta Kappa; President Round-Up Club. DELMAR W. DODDRIDGE Sigma Delta Kappa; Barristers; Law Review. RAYMOND H. DRESSER .... Gamma Eta Gamma; Mimes Productions. Louis M. DYLL V. ONEITA EMMONS .... Alpha Chi Omega; Vice-President Senior Law Class. Detroit Milton, Indiana Litchftcld Helena, Montana Battle Creek LEONARD WHITE FERRIS Utica, New York Gamma Eta Gamma; Michigan Law Review. LEONAR D C. FIELDER Phi Alpha Delta; Tau Kappa Alpha. SALVATORE VINCENT FIORDEHS HARVEY ALGER FISCHER Gamma Eta Gamma. WENDALL T. FITZGERALD v . Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Delta Phi; Barristers. WILLIAM H. FRANKHAUSER Delta Sigma Rho; Varsity Debating (1); Varsitv Yell Master (3) AuARD W. FROGNER Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Michigan Law Review. JOHN TOAN GALARNEAULT WEST HESLET GALLOGLY Beta Theta Pi; Phi Alpha Delta; Barristers. nvr; Palmer, Kentucky Detroit Detroit Ogden, L ' t . . Hillxdale Portland. Oregon A itkin, Minnesota Detroit 133 SYDNEY NORMAN GALVIN Zeta Beta Tau. FREDERICK CHRISTOPHER GIELOW Choral Union (5); Secretary Senior Law Class. DONALD KELLNER GILLARD Gamma Eta Gamma. THEODORE NATHANIEL GOLDSTEIN Tau Epsilon Phi; Delta Sigma Rho; Westerners ' Club. JUELS CONRAD GOLDSTONE Michigan Law Review. Cleveland, Ohio Detroit Alpena Tucson, Arizona Detroit RICHARD GERVEYS GRYLLS Sigma Phi; Phi Delta Phi. CECIL HAHOLD HAAS Acacia; Phi Delta Phi. A. HALL Glee and Mandolin Club (4); Chm. Invitation Com. GKORGE DEXVEY HALLER . . . . Detroit Albert, Kansas Kansas City, Missouri Sault Ste. Marie OLIN CLARK HAMMOCK . } v - Tau Kappa Alpha. _ ' SAMUEL H. HIMELSTEIN ? -D Tau Epsilon Phi; Union Opera Orchestra (2) (3). ALFRED CARROLL HIHTH . Sigma Chi; Phi Delta Phi. ' WILLIAM H. HITCHCOCK BetaThela Pi; Phi Delta Phi. ...ZltfdLr . " ,rj tiPSl :D HOCKING Adjutant. University Post, American Legion; Speaker of Adelphi House of Rep- resentatives; President Gun and Blade Club; Oratorical Board. Shellman, Georgia . Grand Rapids Detroit Augusta, Kansas Lake Linden .T.T.T.T.T.T.r.T.T T T . T . T. T . T ,-r: [ 134 HI I HYMEN HOFFMAN ' Ann Arbor Tau Epsilon Phi. HAROLD EDGAR HOWLETT Howell Delta Theta Phi; Alpha Nu; Michigan Daily Staff (1) (2) (3); Class Day Com. TRAVES JEFFRIE HUNTER Detroit Delta Theta Phi; Adelphi. ABE HURWICH South fiend, Indiana Phi Epsilon Pi. CLAYTON FRED JENNINGS ... .... Hale Class President (6); American Legion Post Commander (6); Upper Class Advisory Com. (3) (4); Veterans Memorial Com. (5); Lansing Club. WILLIAM G. KEANE Mitchell, Indiana Gamma Eta Gamma. JOHN V. KELLY . . . Great Falls, Montana Gamma Eta Gamma; Michigamua; Sphinx; Barristers; Pi Delta Epsilon; Managing Editor Gargoyle (3); Board in Control of Student Publications (4); President Student Council (5). CYRIL LYNN KENDALL Pi Kappa Alpha. EARL E. KINCAID .... Phi Kappa Tau; Gamma Eta Gamma. PAUL ERIC KRAUSE Alpha Sigma Phi. FRED GEORGI-: KRIVONOS Michigan Law Review. DWIGHT JOHN KRUMBOLTZ Gamma Eta Gamma. FRANK VILAS LAMBEHTSON Sigma Delta Kappa; Kappa Phi Sigma. VICTOR HUGO LANE, JR , Psi Upsilon; Phi Delta Phi. Tilusi ' ille, Pennsylvania Malta, Ohio ' Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Fnirfield, [135] NORMAN DUNHAM LATTIN .... Corning, New York Delta Kappa Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Law Review. DON LEON LAWRENCE Brook, Indiana Lovis CHARLES LEHMANN, JR. ... Newark, New Jersey PAUL A. LEIDY Ann Arbor Phi Delta Phi; Law Review. DON M. LILLIE Coopersville LLOYD ALBERT LOOMIS Alpha Phi Alpha. J. CARL MARTINDALE Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Alpha Delta. HORACE M. MECHEM Phi Delta Phi; Barristers. RISSELL FRANKLIN MEYER Sigma Delta Kappa. . . . Detroit Quincy, Illinois Battle Creek Springfield. Illinois FERNAND WALTON MILLER . Sigma Delta Kappa. GEORGE DF.WITT MILLER . Gamma Eta Gamma; f iuji). , !J,jiML " : HARRY EDUARD MOHELAND Sigma Alpha Epsilon Barristers; Chin, of Crease Dance. m RAY EDWARDS MC.CALL . Alpha Tau Omega; Gamma Eta Gamma; Barristers WALTER STARR MC.EACHERN Kappa Phi Sigma; Debating Society. Battle Creek Chicago, Illinois Alliance, Ohio Ilhaca Dearborn [ 136 JOHN CHARLES McGiNNis . ... ... Pilcairn, Pennsylvania Sigma Phi Epsilon; Delta Theta Phi; Michigan Law Review; Barristers. CECIL R. MclNTOSH Raton, New Mexico Phi Alpha Delta. Louis A. NACK Galena, Illinois Phi Alpha Delta. JOE LEON NATHANSON .... Minneapolis, Minnesota Phi Beta Delta; President Jewish Student Congregation; S.C.A. Cabinet (5). ANTHONY LEWIS OSWALD .... Hulchinson, Kansas Beta Theta Pi; Phi Alpha Delta; Chm. J-Law Advisory Com.; Treasurer Senior Law Class; Class Executive Com. Senior Class. DUKE M. PATRICK Paragon, Indiana Phi Delta Phi; Law Review. FRANCISCO PENBERTHY . . . Menominee Gamma Eta Gamma; Barristers; Cross Country (2) (3) (4), Captain (4); Track (2) (3) (4); President Freshman Law Class (4). ROGER K. POWELL Football (4) (5). R. AVENIDO PHONOVE Vice-President Philippine Michigan Club; Cosmopolitan Club. Ml. Gilead, Ohio ' hilippine Islands pino Round Table; WALTER SCOTT RAI-; Dearborn Phi Kappa; Kappa Phi Sigma; R.O.T.C.; Catholic Students ' Club; Honor Com. (3); Oratorical Board (3); Crease Dance Com. (6). EDGAR M. REITZ -itrOTr. | . . Detroit Phi Mu Alpha; Law Review. ERNEST RICHARDS Meridian, Mississippi Omega Psi Phi. RONALD MARTIN RYAN . Marshall Phi Alpha Delta; Barristers; President Alpha Nu (2); Class President (4); Law Review. MYHON HAROLD SAVIUGE aBHBSISgjSSSf Benlon, Pennsylvania Sigma Delta Kappa. .T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T. .T-T-T.T-T.T-V-T.Tr 137 BOWEN EMERSON SCHUMACHER Highland Park, Illinois Psi Upsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Asst. Managing Editor Chimes; Night Editor Michigan Daily; Michigan Law Review; Crease Paper Com.; Editorial Board Michigan Daily. WILLIAM JOSEPH SCHWARTZ Waterbury, Connecticut Chm. Senior Law Class Picture Com. T. GORDON SCTPHOLM Battle Creek Alpha Tau Omega; Sigma Delta Kappa. WILBER MORGAN SEELYE . Ann Arbor Sigma Delta Kappa; Alpha Delta Sigma; Alpha Nu; Barristers; Freshman Debat- ing Team; Upper Class Advisory Com.; Class Secretary (5). KUNG SHIH Wuchotv, Kwangsi Tsing Hua Fellowship. CARL HENRY SMITH Delta Theta Phi; Barristers; Michigan Law Review. HARRISON WILSON SMITH Delta Upsilon; Barristers. J. HAROLD SMITH Chm. Class Day Com. (6). YATKS GOHHAM SMITH Alpha Delta Phi; Phi Delta Phi; Michigan Law Review. C. FREDERIC STANTON ... ... Delta Theta Phi; Highland Park Club; Union Dance Com. JAMES A. STARR Sigma Delta Kappa. ; FRKDKI Trigon. ROBERT SPEER TUBBS . Delta Sigma Phi. CHARLES KIELY VANDUREN UCIEN FREDERICK SWEET Pleasant Ridge Harbor Springs . Dowagiac Kill Buck, New York Holland Delta Theta Phi; Barristers; Craftsmen Club; Vice-President Republican Club; Social Com. (3). Bay City Oxford, Ohio Detroit Detroit 138 KARL H. VELDE . . . Pekin, Illinois Phi Delta Theta; Phi Delta Phi; Barristers. HAROLD DEEGAN WARREN Ann Arbor Delta Sigma Phi. JOHN RAYMOND WEAVER Harbor Springs Delta Theta Phi. ALVIN F. WEICHEL Sandusky, Ohio Phi Kappa; Kappa Phi Sigma; Players ' Club; Chm. Auditing Com. (5); Chm. Memorial Com. (6). GEORGE NATHANIEL WELSH Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Nu. NEWMAN WILLIAM WHITE KENNETH D. WILKINS Sigma Delta Kappa: Craftsmen Club (2) Invitation Com.; V.F.W. (3). MAX A. WISHEK Sigma Delta Kappa; Westerners ' Club. EDWARD HILTON YOST Beta Theta Pi; Phi Alpha Delta. Chica go, Illinois Glendale, Arizona Ann Arbor es Editorial Staff (2); Senior Law ii Ashley, N. Dakota 139 YOUNG GRAHAM MOVER KINSKL 1924. ' Dental Officers GLENN F. YOUNG . ' . . President ARTHUR D. GRAHAM V ice-President WORDEN L. MOVER Secretary OLON J. KINSEL Treasurer ommittees ANNOUNCEMENT MONTAGU LEVESON, Chairman ELSIE C. SEITZ FRED N. FAZAKERLEY AUDITING WARREN F. MARTIN, Chairman FERN F. KUTT BANQUET WALTER E. TAYLOR, Chairman ROBKRT REIN HARRY W. TUSTISON CANE Et ' GKNK C. BIELAWSKI, Chairman HA .I.N T. COLE . H. VALENTINE MEMORIAL I-ARK GIFFEN, Chair W. BEVIEH CAP AND GOWN ROLLO J. MASSELINK, Chairman GEORGE N. DEMING HAROLD R. NICHOLS FINANCE H. ELVIN RICKERT, Chairman BENTON I. MARKS TYLAR E. PHELPS HISTORIAN BASIL E. LOWRY PICTURE PAUL H. JESERICH, Chairman DONALD M. WAGNER JEAN H. CILLIERS SOCIAL HAROLD L. HOUVENER, Chairman WILLIAM F. STREIT GEORGE S. HUBBARD 140] HERBERT E. ARNDT ...... Saginaw Delta Sigma Delta. CLARENCE A. AUSUM Roscommon Delta Sigma Delta; Class Treasurer (2). ROSCOE L. BARRUS Ovid Delta Sigma Delta. GLENN EARL BARTON Port Huron Xi Psi Phi. FOSTER WILLIAM BEVIER B Psi Omega. EUGENE CLARK BIELAWSKI .... Michigan Dental Society. GERALD S. BLACK .... Delta Sigma Delta; Class Secretary (1); Chm Social Com. ( (2); Under-class Conduct Com. (2). WILLIAM CALVIN BOWNE ....... Wrestling Team (3). Detroit MAX BROWN BREIER Brhatrika. JOSEPH HENRY BRESNAHAN GLENN R. BROOKS FLOYD 0. BROWN Psi Omega; Craftsmen Club. RALPHA M. BROWN DEAN HOWARD BRUMM Detroit i ph Prom Com. New Brunswick, New Jersey Butler, Pennsylvania Psi Omega; Upper Classmen Advisory Com. m | 141 L- -_l--L--l--l--L--l--L-.L--L--L-J--J.--L-.l.--L ' ' -L-.L-V.L-J. ' ' J-J. -J.--L-J.-J. " 3 Little Falls, New York WALTER M. BULLOCK Delta Sigma Delta. RUDOLPH LEE BURT Bradford, Pennsylvania WILLIAM J. GARY Grand Rapids Psi Omega. JEAN H. CILLIERS HAZEN PINGREE COLE Delta Sigma Delta. Johannesburg, South Africa Detroit LISLE EUGENE COOPER ORRA BENJAMIN CREGO .... ARTHUR GORDON DAVIS .... Craftsmen Club; Dental Society. RICHARD L. DELOOF Psi Omega. Big Rapids Detroit St. Louis Holland GEORGE NORMAN DEMING ALBERT D. DIAMOND Phi Sigma Delta. MARTHIM-S JACOBUS ouPi EEZ . . . Detroit Paterson, New Jersey Ymini - 1 ' - ' W$ 3jm - GILBERT C. ELY . _.. . jJt + ri ' So-St MA% ... Delta Sigma Delta: Michigamiui: Varsity Basketball (3), Captain (4). FRED N. FAZAKERLEY Fouriesburg, South Africa Pioneer, Ohio Palerson, New Jersey [142 WILLIAM FIRESTONE. HOWARD ROHERT FISHER MAI-RICE HARVEY GANTZ . RAY HORACE G ELDER J. CLARK GIFFEN Delta Sigma Delta; Class Treasurer (3). Cleveland, Ohio Palmyra, New York Detroit Elmira, New York Detroit ALLAN EDWARD GILMORE Michigan City, Indiana Delta Sigma Delta; Class President (1); Dental Society. AHTHI-B DANIEL GRAHAM " on Ontario Vice-President Class (a); Vice-President Michigan Dental Society. . . Detroit Detroit WALTER WILLIAM GROTHAUS HARLOW I. HALL SAMUEL D. HARRIS Detroit Michigan Union Opera (5). Detroit Peers; Gun and Blade; Union Orchestra; Symphony Orchestra; Ferris Institute Club. .4- - gSS " v . ' BPOXottville HAROLD LUCIEN HOUVENER Psi Omega; Class Social Com. (2), Chin. 1); Dental Society; Class Secretary ( GEORGE SAMUEL HUBBAHU Delta Sigma Delta; Dental Society. GREGORY BENEDICT HARTMAN Peers; Gun an HERBERT G. HOLMES 1 .T.T.T.T.T: [ 143 PAUL HAROLD JESERICH Detroit Phi Sigma Kappa; Delta Sigma Delta; Phi Sigma; Round-Up; Class President (2); Chm. Senior Picture Com. PARKE LEE JONES . . . Cass Citii Xi Psi Phi. ELMER JOHN JUISTEMA Grand Haven ARTHUR J. JUNKER Cowdersport, Pennsylvania DAVID JACOB KESDKN Rochester, New York PHILLIP N. KIEF Xi Psi Phi. OLON JOSEPH KINSEL Montevideo, Minnesota Ithaca I ). Psi Omega; Class Treasurer (5). W. KOYL . u ............... Sault Ste. Marie s KRUGER . ...... Venlerstari, Cape Province, South Africa FERN HARRY KUTT Delta Sigma Delta; Dental Society. .1 AMI-IS FRANCOIS LKGRAXGI-: .... Sigma Tau Sigma. LEM ADRIAN LKGRANGI: Munith Slandtrton, Transvaal, South Africa Paarl, South Africa Johannesburg, South Africa Sandwich, Ontario .T-T-T.T-T-T-T-T- .T-T-T.T-T.T-T-T T . 144 | HARLKY F. LO VN Xi Psi Phi. BASIL E. LOXVRY EVERETT V. LVON . Dental Society. JOHN KENNETH LYONS . Delta Sigma Delta. BENTON IRVING MARKS Detroit Portland Detroit Jackson WARREN F. MARTIN . . Ann Arbor WILLIAM CARL MARX Delta Tau Upsilon; New England Club. HERMAN D. MAST Xi Psi Phi. HAROLD MILLER MATTESON Delta Sigma Delta. Hoh oke, Massachusetts Angola, Indiana Flint PHILIP RAY MILLER . . Iron Riper Phi Kappa; Michigan Opera (. " ); J-Hop Sub. Com. (i : Treasurer Catholic Students Club (4). VERNAHD LnRov MILLER KDWAHD GERALD MURPHY . Xi Psi Phi. HOLLO JAMES MASSELINK Psi Omega; Round-Up Club. WARDEN L. MOYER Varsity Band. Charleivii Dunkirk, New York .T-T-T.T.V- ' r-T.T.T-T--T.T-T-T: 145 ' 11 . i i i i n i i Detroit Detroit Delta Sigma Delta. Jackson Xi Psi Phi. HAROLD ROBINSON NICHOLS . Detroit Xi Psi Phi; Under-class Conduct Com.; All-Campus Doubles Champion, Horse Shoes (3). ; OLIVER EDWARD NOBERT Delta Sigma Delta; Class Treasurer (1) Jackson ; Treasurer Dental Society (4). 1 ] Saginaw Saginaw Club (5); A.M. A. Football (1). NOHRIS B. PALMER . Ann Arbor Xi Psi Phi. i _ . . . . Detroit H Alpha Phi Alpha. Escanaba Xi Psi Phi. i ' r TYLAR EUGENK PHELPS . ' 3 Si ' Ann Arbor Xi Psi Phi. r HUBERT C. PHILLIPS Hillsdale : Marshall JOHN ABRAHAM RAUBENHEIMEB . fr i Fr ' I | George, South Africa H South African Club. A - ' - 3aS$L ROBERT REIN . . Vice-President South African Club (4). Cape Town, South Africa n hi t] i pi 1 _ . : - -_ _ 146 VERNE ROSCOE RICHARDS Detroit Delta Sigma Delta; Varsity Football (2); Class Football (1); Class Baseball (1) (2); Class Basketball (2); Class Track (1). Sharon, Pennsylvania Detroit ANDREW RICHARDSON HAROLD ELROY RICHARDSON Delta Sigma Delta. H. ELVIN RICKERT . Delta Sigma Delta. GEORGE ALEX RITCHIE . Xi Psi Phi. Vadsiuorth, Ohio Sault Ste. . farie Climax MERRITT R. ROOF Psi Omega JOHANN RORICH KrooRStad, South Africa Fall Campus Tennis Championship (1); Summer Campus Tennis Championship (2)- Varsity Tennis (2); Captain Varsity Tennis (3) (4). DONALD WILLIAM ROSIE SYDNEY D. SAMUEL 1 . S ff Grand Haven nnesburg, South Africa ELSIE CAROLINE SEITZ SAMUEL C. SILVER ... JOHN FREDERICK SiVuLA WILLIAM F. STBIMT . Ann Arbor JL Ishpeming i-. oiHt.n . . . Detroit Xi Psi Phi; Freshman Basketball; All-Campus Doubles Champion, Horse Shoes (3). Louis RICHARD SWAAB " . " " " v . " Toledo, Ohio [147] WALTER ELLIOTT TAYLOR Ann Arbor Psi Omega; Class Secretary (2); Class President (4). HARRY WILLIAM TUSTISON Ann Arbor J-Hop Com.; Craftsmen Club; Gun and Blade Club; Social Com. (2); Banquet Com. (5). KARL HAROLD VALENTINE Dunkirk, New York Xi Psi Phi; Class Vice-President (4); Class Basketball. MERLE ADIN VANCE . Nashville Xi Psi Phi. BARKND A. VANDERMEULEN WILLIAM VIGNETTO Psi Omega. 93k DONALD M. WAGNEK .... Wrestling; Class Basketball. Pretoria, South Africa Hancock PAUL LESTER WELLMAN Xi Psi Phi. CONRAD A. WESTMAN ' ' - . . Delevan, New York East Lansing Tustin [ 148 R. L. WHEATON CECIL O. WILCOX Beta Phi Delta; Delta Sigma Delta. LYLE SMITH WILHELM GLEN ROBERT WILKINSON Peers. Ann Arbor Ionia Traverse City Hartford u MAX WINSLOW . . . . . CURTIS W. YORKE . GLENN FRANKLIN YOUNG ;, , Class President (5). WALTER ALBERT ZICK . r Psi Omega; Vice-Presid .U.I . Detroit Huscomb, Canada Philipsburg, Montana I LT.T.T.T.T.T.r, I 1491 CYRIL F. HANFT President WALTER D. STROTHER V ' ice-President MADGE 0. WALBORN Secretary ERNEST F. BACH. Treasurer ommittees INVITATION ARVID P. BAYNE, Chairman EARL A. BURK MARGARET E. KOON LOUISE H. MATTERN CANE AND PIPE JUSTIN L. POWERS, Chairman KENNETH J. MACKENZIE AUDITING Earl E. Burk, Chairman Ernest L. Harris, Jr. Walter H. Scott MICHIGANENSIAN DAVID D. LONIE, Chairman ANITA T. THOMPSON WALTER H. SCOTT PUBLICATIONS ESTHER C. SANDBERG, Chairman Louis J. HARRIS cisas ' 1150] ERNEST F. BACH .... Alpha Chi Sigma; Rho Chi. ARVID P. BAYNE Sigma Alpha Epsilon; J-Hop Com.; Prescott Club. EARL ALBERT BURK Prescott Club. CYRFL F. HANFT Detroit Phi Lambda Upsilon; Rho Chi; Class Secretary (2); Class Treasurer (3); Class Presi- dent (4). . Sebewaing Mulberry, Indiana Ml. Clemens i ERNEST LINWOOD HARRIS, JR. . . . i . .. ' . . SI. Louis, Missouri Alpha Phi Alpha; Prescott Club; Intramural Basketball (2) (3) (t). Louis JOSEPH HARRIS MARGARET E. KOON Prescott Club. PAUL LEROY LIVINGSTON Prescott Club. E THS-H- ' OSf I Detroit . Ann Arbor tinind Rapids ' - 151 DAVID DONALD LONIE Bay City Pi Upsilon Rho; Round-Up Club; Craftsmen Club. KENNETH J. MACKENZIE Escanaba Alpha Chi Sigma; Prescott Club. LOUISE HALLMAN MATTERN Whiting, Indiana Delta Zeta; Iota Sigma Pi; Rho Chi; Prescott Club. ESTHER CHARLOTTE SANDBERG Manistique Kappa Delta; Prescott Club (1) (2) (3) (4), Secretary (3); Junior Girls ' Play; Class Secretary (3). .TEH H. SCOTT Prescott Club; Gun and Blade. :- " 1$ ' YALTKR DENNIS STROTHER Class Vice-President (4). Detroit West Milford, W. Virginia ANITA TRAVERS THOMPSON jl 7j( . . Great falls, Montana Rho Chi; Secretary Prescott Club (4); Westerners ' Club; Class Vice-President (3). MA DUE ORLENE WALBORN Secretary (1); Kappa Phi. C.hicago, Illinois 152 HUBER ALEXANDER MUELLER ERICKSON Educational Officers FOSTER I. HUBER . MINNIE ALEXANDER RUTH M. MUELLER HELGE G. ERICKSON . President V ice-President Secretary . Treasurer 153 I AVRKS HfBER SPEAKER IlOHKISKL Educational Committees ADVISORY FOSTER I. HUBER, Chairman RUTH M. MUELLER MINNIE ALEXANDER HELGE G. ERICKSON FRANCES M. SPEAKER WILLIAM F. HOHEISEL JOANNA J. DEWITT FRANK M. AYRES SOCIAL FRANCES M. SPEAKER, Chairman EDNA M. BAIRD JESSIE C. BLENDALL EHVIN HOWARD WILLIAM J. DONNELLY ELEANOR H. STEELE FINANCE WILLIAM F. HOHEISEL, Chairman DOROTHY M. DAVIS RUTH DUNBAR CHARLES F. HAMILTON YERL J. HILTON AUDITING FRANK M. AYRES, Chairman FORREST G. AVERILL RUSSELL THOMAS PUBLICITY JOANNA J. DEWITT, Chairman HELEN I. JONES LUCILE O. GARBER GRETCHEN E. WALZ WILLIAM P. HENDERSON 154 IRIS AMY ABBEY Upland, Indiana JOHN THOMAS ACKERMON, JR .... Flint ALBERTA J. ADAIR Odessa, Missouri MINNIE ALEXANDER Gaylord Class Vice-President (4); Women ' s Education Society. FORREST GLENN AVERILL . Ravenna FRANK M. AYRES South Haven Men ' s Education Club. EDNA MARIE BAIRD . . . Marine City SOPHIE CAROLINE BENZIN . . Ann Arbor MATILDA FOLEY BISHOP Women ' s Education Society; Pi Lambda T Luzerne JESSIE SYLVIA BIXBY Petoskey JESSIE CATHARINE BLENDALL . . 4_Ja Kearsarge Senior Society. DOROTHY L. BOGAN . Detroit Senior Society; Baseball (1) (2) (3); Hockey (2) (3) (4); Basketball (1) (2) (3); Chm. Class Social Com. W; Junior Girls ' Play; Athletic Board Treasurer (I). NORMA ELIZABETH BOWBEER . Wyandolte Delta Zeta; Women ' s Athletic Board; Class Basketball (1) (2) (3) (1); Class Hockey (3) (4); Class Baseball (3); All-Campus Basketball (3); Freshman Glee Club. CLAIRE CARL COOK I SSl Fremont, India, Men ' s Education Club. [155] GALVIN DORR DEMARAY Vermontville CORAL EDISON DEMARAY .... Spring Harbor WINIFRED ROBERTA DENMAN Choral Union. Helmer, Indiana Hudsonville JOANNA Jo DE VITT Delta Sigma Rho; Pi Lambda Theta; Women ' s Varsity Debating Team; Athena Literary Society; Players ' Club; Girls ' Education Club. WILLIAM JENNINGS DONNELLY . Acacia; Varsity Football (3). Cadillac FRANCES ANN DOSTER ... Dexter Pi Beta Phi; Y.W.C.A.; Women ' s Athletic Assn.; Women ' s Educational Club. TTA ELIZABETH DOYLE Women ' s Educational Club; Girl Reserve Work. ADELA ANN DREYER Marquette Detroit ICK WIGGINS EAST Ann Arbor w S ' BE GUSTAVE EHICKSON . ' . f i LE OLIVE GARBER . PERCY HOWARD GINO} ' ' Men ' s Educational Club. JOSEPHINE M. GIHOUX MILDRED RI T TH GOET Norway . . . Bay City Dululh, Minnesota . Grand Rapids Sault Ste. Marie rrrrrr: nvr: [156] EDNA GRACE GOODRICH Detroit Phi Lambda Theta. ALTON CLARENCE GRANGER Tekonsha Men ' s Educational Club; Craftsmen Club. C. MARGARET GROOMS Marshall LUCY ELLA HAINBECHER Reed City MURIEL BIRMINGHAM HALL Detroit WILLIAM P. HENDERSON Alpha Sigma Phi; Sphinx; Football (1); Basketball (2) (3) (4). VERL JAMES HILTON . Pi Kappa Alpha. WILLIAM F. HOHEISEL ERVIN HOWARD . Peers; Freshman Glee Club; K.O.T.C.; C Detroit Ann Arbor Norway Lake Odessa Choral Union. FOSTER I. HUBER . . ...... Men ' s Educational Club; Class President (1). ALICE TERESIA INGMANSON .... NELLIE SOPHIA IPLAND ELLICE JESSOP HELEN ISABELLA JONES Choral Union (1); Y.W.C.A. (4). [ 157 HELEN POLLMAR KEYDEL . EDYTHE DOROTHY KOEBBE Detroit Chelsea BERNICE ELIZABETH LEARMONT Croswell Pi Beta Phi. SARAH E. LEVIN ; . . . Detroit Phi Sigma Sigma; Masques. HELEN ANN LOWELL Lansing ELLEN MARIE MACLEAN Press Club. EMIL LAVERN MASSEY MARIE MERTZ YN JULIA METZ La Sociedad Hispanica; Cercle Francais; Choral Union. . Flint Detroit Saginaiv Sag in aw RUTH MARION MUELLER Class Secretary (3). LILLIAN M. MCKACHKRN Players ' Club. JENNIE McGurr n; ILBTA METHA NICOLAI Choral Union; S HAZEL MAY OLMSTEA Choral Union. . iliullilllllH Benton Harbor Dearborn Munith ;T X Hopkins (2) (4); Class Vice-President (3). Nashville [158] saasg L ' lk MILDRED CLAIRK PACKARD Senior Society; Girls ' Glee Club; Players ' Club. LENA E. PARIS ALICE MAY PHILLIPS HARRIET LOUISE PORTER Merrill Lakeview Highland Park Adrian LILA ESTELLE REYNOLDS .... Battle Creek Mortarboard; Senior Society; Y.XV.C.A. HARRY - H. RIGG ... Men ' s Educational Club. HAROLD B. RUHL Boxing Club (2) (3) (4), Treasurer (3); Boxing Team (3). MARJORIK GLADYS SMITH MARY MARTHA SMITH THEODORE ELIZABETH SMITH Zeta Tau Alpha. FRANCES MARGARET SPEAKER ALTA LOUISE SPEERS M. RUTH SPEIMS. S. ADAH SQUIRES Sociedad Hispanica. . Negaunee Detroit Detroit Grand Haven Richmond, Illinois Williamston p .. Famson, Iowa Pasadena, California P 159 CATHERINE LOUISE STANTON . Oxford Choral Union; Mandolin Club; La Sociedad Hispanica. ELEANOR HARVEY STEELE . .Ann Arbor Kappa Delta; Cercle Francais; Class Secretary (3); Class Basketball (2) (3); Class Tennis (3). FRANCES DEREMER STEINMULLER . Bethlehem, Pennsylvania THELMA ELIZABETH STEVENSON So uth Haven Kappa Phi: Athena. RUSSELL THOMAS Glen Lyon, Pennsylvania Phi Delta Kappa; Glee Club (2); Literary Club; President Pennsylvania Club (3); President Men ' s Educational Club (4). GEORGE EDWARD Yoos Crystal Falls OtivE WAGGONER . . . - . - -. Bad Axe WALCOTT Marne Choral Union; Men ' s Educational Club. FRED TAYLOR WALL Birmingham Delta Tau Upsilon; Sigma Delta Psi; Freshman Football (3); Varsity Football (4j. _ _= [ 160 GRETCHEN ELINOR " ALZ Plavers ' Club. ELIZABETH JANE WEARNE Choral Union. Reese Allegan DOROTHY ARLONE WESTPHAL . ... .Ann Arbor Freshman Glee Club; University Girls ' Glee Club (2), Librarian (3). Secretary (I)., Chimes (4) LETTY MINERVA WICKLIFFE Delta Sigma Theta. .Ann Arbor FRANCES HELENE WILSON- LINDA B. YAGEMAN . ANITA EVELYN YOL ' ELL GLADYS I. YOI NG Choral Union. 1161 ] ELSIE J. ANDERSON GERTRUDE ISABELLE BISCONT GRACE BOUGHTON GERTRUDE M. BRAY . JKANKTTE CASTELL EMMA C. FOSTER DOROTHY RHOBERTA FRENCE MARJORIE ANN FURLONG . BETA GLASBY N " . OLIVE E. HAS KINS . r ' uuH, ' ' TJjjL, ' ALTHEA Ilunzoo THELMA MARIE HOLME DOROTHY LOUISE IIorcK HAZEL ILEEN IRHMAN Student Council CX ( . Michigamme Laurium . . . Ann Arbor Calumet Pontiac Antwerp, Ohio . Ann Arbor Washington, D. C. Ste . Marie . Kalkaska Detroit . Ann Arbor Defiance, Ohio . Ann Arbor [ 162 -1--L--L--L-.L--1-4- MARION M. JOHNS . ISABELL JOHNSON MARTHA JANE JOHNSON ELEANOR M. KELLY SARAH DOROTHY KHETTNER . . St. C.lair Ashlabula, Ohio . Ann Arbor . Ann Arbor . Bay Citf MABEL EVELYN LARGANESSE MILLICENT EDITH LEIPER . KATHRYN M. LOOM is E. THELMA MARTIN- MARGARET NEWTON . JUNE O. PERRY . AURELIA BELLE ' POTTS Editor of Scalpel. JESSIE MARIE PRESSLER NEVA IRENE PI-MFRKY . . Marquette . Ann Arbor Ashlabula, Ohio (Charlotte 163 r HELKN MARIE RAYNOLDS Paw Paw BEATRICK RINEHAHT Ann Arbor EVELYN RUTAN So. Charleston, Ohio CORA LOUISE SCHNACKENBERG Port Huron RUTH SCOTT . . Ann Arbor RENA FLORENCE SPATHEY . ESTELLE SYLVESTRA SPEIDEL PATRICIA ELEANOR STANFIELD THELMA I. STEGKMAN . Ann Arbor Salem, Ohio Detroit Lansing ADA E. STROUD .... EMMA J. SWANSON ELLA BELL TAYLOR . MILDRED ISABELL THORNTHWAITE WINIFRED TIBBILS Akron . Ann Arbor . Ann Arbor Owosso Shepherd 164 P1.-.L--1.--L--1.-J.-.L-J.-J---1-J.-J.--L-J- ' CHARLOTTE EVELYN WEIMER Vicksburg FLORENCE L. WENGER Detroit ESTHER WESTER Sparta Class Vice-President (3) (4); Y.W.C.A. Vice-President (2) (3). JANE WILLIAMS . Meridan, Kansas Student Council; Associate Editor Scalpel; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. GERTRUDE L. ZING JL .... LHKj . . Bay City 165 ill OLIVE CHAPIN Class Treasurer (1). ESTHER COLE . . . . Class President. VINNIFRED MAE HAPEMAN Kappa Delta. Jackson Peloskey Lowell ESWELLE SPARLING BERTELLE C. STANLEY ViNii-MKD VHITMORE . Ann Arbor llanna, Alberta, Canada Owosso IB I A [166| I lOL ' GH McKAY BKAL HALGHIM J iterary Officers CASS S. HOUGH President OLIVE C. McKAY . Vice-President MARGARET BEAL ... . . Secretary RONALD T. HALGRIM . Treasurer Committees SOCIAL W. RUSSELL SKINNER, Chairman IRWIN F. DEISTER CRAIG DAVIDSON IRA O. DENMAN EARL C. ALLMAND MARGARET C. DIXON EDNA E. KADOW JUNE A. KNISLEY HELEN M. PORTER CLASS BOOK WILLIAM II. STONEMAN, Chairman THOMAS E. FISKE GEORGE L. PATTEE HALSEY DAVIDSON DAVID M. MARTIN CHARLES A. MURRAY MARTHA M. SCHNEIDER PUBLICITY ALFRED B. CONNAHLE, JR., Chairman PHILLIP WAGNER JOHN G. GARLINGHOUSE AUDITING EUGENE L. DUNNE, Chairman CHARLES A. REINKE LAWRENCE PIERCE HlCHARD C. KlTTREDGE ADVISORY JOHN A. SARD, JR., Chairman HERBERT STEGER DAVID M. BRAMBLE E. GIFFORD UPJOHN ATHLETICS GEORGE S. HAGGERTY, Chairman JOHN LAMOREE LESTER G. WITTMAN RICHARD L. LAWRENCE FINANCE GEORGE C. WEIT EL, Chairman EDWARD W. THOMSON WILLIAM D. ROESSEH ELDON W. MICHAELS 167 | Fox MERRIAM FREEMAN WHITE Engineering Officers EDWARD M. Fox President CHARLES E. MERRIAM V ' ice-President FRED M. FREEMAN Secretary ALFRED M. WHITE Treasurer Committees SOCIAL LEO A. CANNON, Chairman EBEN M. GRAVES WILLIAM W. KERR RICHARD GARE THOMAS G. HARROLD FINANCE NATHANIEL L. ELY ' , Chairman JAMES MCCRACKEN VERNON E. WARNEY " AUDITOR KARL B. ROBERTSON DISTINCTIVE DRESS S. H. HULCE, Chairman JAMES E. BAMBOUROUGH RUSSELL S. SCRIBNER ATHLETICS ORVILLE W. REED, Chairman LLOYD A. MAEDER RUSSELL F. MOODY LESLIE A. FRENCH PUBLICITY WALDO K. GREINER, Chairman D. L. PIERCE FERDINAND H. ANDREWS FREDERIC H. LEISEN MEMORIAL JAMES R. GILPEN, Chairman FREDERICK A. KIMMICH G. W. ATKINSON CHEER LEADER J. W. Hiss [168] WETZEL BLACK EGGERT 1925 Architectural Officers L. MALCOM WETZEL President KENNETH C. BLACK Vice-P ' resident DOROTHY C. EGGERT Secretary Committees SOCIAL CONRAD S. JOHNSON MARGARET M. BARMUN ADVISORY LEROY E. KlEFER STANLEY G. SIMPSON FINANCE ALDEN S. MARVIN KARL J. BELSER AUDITING CARL C. KRESSBACH RAY F. WARD J-HOP REPRESENTATIVE HAROLD S. CASSIDY [169] McGlLLCUDDY STRYKER WORCESTER BLISS 1925 " Medical Officers OLIVER B. MC.GILLCUDDY President HOMER H. STRYKER Vice-President TRYPHOSA R. WORCESTER Secretary THEODORE T. BLISS Treasurer (Committees HONOR Louis D. BECKER, Chairman TOM N. HORAN FRANK D. JOHNSON JOHN B. HASSBERGER DONALD B. STOUFFER ADVISORY WEBSTER C. MARTIN, JR., Chairman CHARLES J. SCAVARDA JOHN 0. ' ETZEL JAMES H. DELANEY SOCIAL KENNETH S. MC!NTYRE, Chairman MOSES J. HOLDSWORTH MALCOMB G. BOURNE ARTHUR B. THOMAS AUDITING THEODORE E. SCHMIDT, Chairman LAMBERT P. RALM KARL M. BEIERLINE FRANCIS S. SCOTT [ 170] VOORHEIS HAYS 192$ jTaw Officers VICTOR J. VOORHEIS RUSSELL R. HAYS CARL E. ENGGAS . GORDON E. TAPPAN President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer Committees SOCIAL ARTHUR E. MOORE, Chairman WALTER E. VELDE JOSEPH W. MC.AULIFFE JOSEPH A. AVERY WILLIAM A. EWART FINANCE BENJAMIN J. MANLEY, Chairman ALAN S. LOOSE JOHN A. HAY ADVISORY FRANK J. ORTMAN, Chairman ROBERT M. PORTER GEORGE T. TOWNBY AUDITING LELAND D. PHELPS, Chairman CHARLES C. KREIS BERNARD SEGALL ATHLETICS BERNARD F. ZINN [171 ] N ' OONAN OLEN HAYES Pl ' RDY ' Dental Officers BERNARD T. NOONAN IVOR E. OLEN WESLEY G. HAYES MAX B. PURDY President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer (Committees FINANCE BERNARD T. NOONAN, Chairman IVOR E. OLEN MAX B. PURDY WILLIAM D. CURRAN WILLIAM G. DUNCAN SOCIAL J. RICHARD CHRISTNEH, Chairman LEROY F. HILL DONALD C. MAC.EWAN HERBERT E. BLIGHT JACK P. BEUKEMA AUDITING HENRY KURT, Chairman ALFRED G. HALL HERDIS L. LEWIS ATHLETICS HENRY M. VIELMETTI, Chairman ALLISON W. HAIDLE, JR. I 172] SlLVERNALE BESSENGER MUNRO MOORE Educational Officers LESLIE R. SILVERNALE DORIS BESSENGER . MARIAN M. MUNRO JOHN R. MOORE President Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer (Committees SOCIAL VIOLET E. PEACOCK, Chairman GENE H. RAMSEY ROBERT V. JONES STANLEY O. BROOME AUDITING VIVIAN E. NAFE, Chairman V. CECIL RYDER ELSIE M. BECK ADVISORY Ross P. TENNY, Chairman ELIZABETH R. HASCALL BURT M. BAIRD FINANCE JOHN R. MOORE, Chairman STANLEY MCBRIDE DOROTHEA M. GRIX [ 173 ] .11 SNIDER RANKIN MILLER KOENIG 1926 J iterary Officers GEORGE R. SNIDER RUTH A. RANKIN . ALMA E. MILLER . MARRY B. KOENIG President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer GOEBEL MACDUFF HEATH BROWN 1926 Engineering Officers HUBERT G. GOEBEL President HARRY W. MAC DUFF . r . . V ice-President CLARK II. BROWN Secretary WILLIAM H. HEATH . Treasurer .T,T-T.T.T.T-T-r.T.T-T-T-T-T-r-T-r-T-T-T-T-T-T.T-T.T-T.T-T-T-T-T- 171 I ' -LM.-.L-J.-J.-.L--L-.L-J-- ROWE WOLLIN YEREX WABHKX 1926 Architectural Officers FRANK W. ROWE President EARL F. WOLLIN .... . . V ' ice-President CATHERINE A. YEREX .... . Secretary DONALD G. WARREN . .... Treasurer BUGHKH MITCHELL 1926 VAUGHAN Officers HARPKR JOHN C. BUGHER WALDEMAR B. MITCHELL MARTHA M. VAUGHAN FREDERICK R. HARPER President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer [175] WlLKINS COLE ISBELL LALLY 1926 J aw Officers WILLIAM J. WILKINS President CHARLES J. COLE V ice-President EGBERT R. ISBELL Secretary THOMAS B. LALLY Treasurer WILSON GUENTHER MOUNTAIN BURBA " Dental Officers ROBERT S. WILSON EDWARD J. GUENTHER RUTH M. MOUNTAIN . JOSEPH W. BURBA President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer [176] VENNARD 1926 Pharmic Officers HAROLD R. BOWERS JESS Y. BROWN JOSEPH A. BENDRY EDWARD T. VENNARD President V ice-President Secretary . Treasurer HORNBERGER REECE BUTLER BARRETT ? 2 J tterary Officers THEODORE R. HORNBERGER HELEN E. REECE . LESLIE B. BUTLER MARY H. BARRETT. . President V ice-President . Secretary Treasurer 177 ] KING BELL LEE HALL Engineering Officers THOMAS R. KING HARLEY J. BELL ARTHUR H. LEE FOSTER A. HALL . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer STARRETT RETTKXMEIR GABLER FLEMING Architectural Officers PAUL STARRETT KATHLEEN E. RETTENMEIR CORNELIUS L. GABLER ROY J. FLEMING . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer 178 PRICE STIMPSON Hiss Officers ALVIN E. PRICE HOWARD S. STIMPSON . CHRISTEL A. Hiss . KENNETH M. DAVENPORT BLAIR Ross WILSON 1927 ' Dental Officers DAVENPORT . President V ice-President . Secretary Treasurer YATES WALTER E. BLAIR HUGH A. Ross . . HARRIS L. WILSON ENOCH A. YATES President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer 179] i MILLS KlRCHGESSNER YOUNG T harmic Officers THOMAS J. MILLS President CARLE J. KIRCHGESSNER Vice-President HELEN R. YOUNG Secretary WILLIAM H. DfiCou . . . Treasurer 1873 Law Oldest Class al Ihe 1923 Reunion -T.T-T.T-T-T--r.T-T-T-T.T.T.T.-r. ' ' .T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T-T.T-T.T-T-T-r-T-T.T-T-T-T- l 180] c Reflections They of the Pale Face Nation, might} ' mong theii kind, First, must show their strength and courage, Ere the red man bids them " welcome, " Ere he calls each pale face " Indian, " Ere Michigamua share her campfire. Leading Senior Laws are honored by the slocks which bind them to the secrets of the Barristers Outstanding members of the Senior Literary Class appear in the Sacred Grove at dusk, there lo be accepted by Druids, ancient bards of the forest. Through the depth of ! Hades, Vulcan, God of fire and forge, led the worthy Senior Engineers. -.T.T-T.T-TT J] L [ 182 Vilh parched tongues and heavy xleps, these C.ii ' il Engi- neers have gained entrance into The Senior Honorary Society of Web and Flange. Junior Lits, great in their council. Glorious in their field, were welcomed by that Mute and Matchless Monarch of the ages Sphinx. Homed before the ideals of the Ancients, Kneeling to the wonders of the Uni- verse, the trembling leaders of the Junior Engineers scrub their way into the ranks of Triangles. When the dread portals of physical torture were past, these arose as greater men, and mem- bers of Quarterdeck. Senior Marine Honorary Society. -T-T-T-1-.l-.T.r-T-T.T.T-T.T.T-T.T-T-T-T-T-T-T-T.T-T-T-T.r-T-T.T-T.T-T.T. 183] ' -L ' -L IT J- X The Spring Games, which preceded the Cap Night Ceremonies at Sleepy Hollow, saw the last concentrated efforts of Michigan ' s freshmen. The Tug-of-w ar across the Huron and the contests at Ferry Field, altho having been won by the sopho- mores, served as a means of outlet for those petty grievances harbored bi the yearlings. [ 184 ] Thai inglorious little pot, which had long since ceased to be a novelty, was very en- thusiastically thrown into the bonfire on Cap Night. And then at the beginning of the next year, this ersl-while freshman class, by means of the Fall Games, invested the class of the new generation with the spirit of Michigan ' s traditions. .T,i-.T.r-T,T.T-T-T-T-T.T.T-T.r. 185 | The famous Swing-Out procession led by the Presidents of the Senior Literary Class and the Student Council followed the traditional " Af " line of march across the campus. In June, these eighteen hundred Michigan Seniors, together for the last time, received their degrees at the gradua- tion exercises held on Ferry Field. [186 J . . The I.C.A .A . Track and Field Champion- ship Trophy now stands in the Yost Field House as evidence of the success of Michi- gan ' s phenominal track team. " Steve ' s " men gained the half-point lead over Illi- nois by scoring three points for third place in the mile relay the last event of the pro- gram. And thus there came to Michigan another victory, making a total of six (Con- ference Athletic Championships in last year ' s competition. .T.T.T.T. ' -.T.r.-.T-T-T.T.T y T-r-r 187 ! .4 mi Arbor, rich in scenic qualities, approaches its ze- nith of glory in the Spring and A iiturnn months .T.T.T.T.T.T-T-T-T.T-T.I-.-T.T-T T.T. T. 188 I A brisk gallop along a winding bridle path, a round of golf at the Country Club, a cool plunge in the Barton Pond, or an evening ' s canoe trip on the Huron these deprive the higher channels of learning of their preeminence. [ 180 -. n car .y Spring the campus hummed with political squibble over the election of student officers for the ensuing year Then the drive for the Student ' s Fresh Air Fund And then after the finals Vacation. All the Coaching Staff remained for the Summer school course Railroad Jack, the memory artist, returned for a brief visit, and Doctor Lovell having written " The Best of Luck to You " , spent a vacationing period at Camp Davis. RAIL ROAD JACK [ 190] FIELDING H. YOST The Grand Old Man of Michigan " May this building, bearing his name, stand through th: ' i ears as a silent but compelling witness to the worth of loyally, integrity, and manhood. " Marion L. Burton .T-T-T- 191 ] " You cannnl realize what a difficult, yet happy position it is to he given the privi- lege to come hack to the old University and dedicate this great building, with Michi- gan men and my own comrades before me. My heart and support at today ' s game, shall he divided, for in the first half I will sit with Michigan and in the second, with the Marines. " Edwin Denby, ' 96L [ 192 Thousands jammed their way into the Yost Field House to see the dedication of Michigan ' s new athletic plant. Flags of every Nation, the standard of the Marine Corps, and the " Yellow and lilue " were blended together in one great symbol of glori and achievement becoming the open- ing of such a great monument to athletics and physical manhood. 1 h I 133] Sargeanl Jiggs Devil Dog, Mascot of the Marines. ...The embodiment of the spirit which turned the tide of the Vorld ' ar in the Argonne Forests Share with Michigan the feeling of Victory. You have graced Ferry Fielil with Ihe dignity thai becomes one only of your rank. Sargeant Jiggs....Your pluck, your ralor, your advent has caused the admiration of your hosts. [ 194 Students of Michigan who xi loyally supported the Football team on Us tri s tr Iowa City and Madison have shared greatly in that xpirit of un- daunted perseverance and aggressive accomplishment evidenced by the Mich- igan eleven throughout the entire i ear. ( 195] A Pageant given in December, honoring Eliel Saarinen, noted Finnish Architect, whose presence at Michigan has so notably advanced the standards of the Architectural College.... The Annual May Party, decorated in an elaborate Egyptian scheme, comparing to the J-Hop in its ex- quisiteness.... The Effigy of West Hall.... ...All have been the actirilies of the Architects. 196] University Hall, the first campus building with which we became familiar, is soon to be replaced by the New Literary Building. Yet it, along with the Campus Diagonal shall always serve as the pillar around which the memories of our years at Michigan may gather. [197 COTTON STOCKINGS ' Annual Redaction ' ith Ihe grace and charm of a follies Girl, Lionel Ames, as " Su:anne " (lanced " her " way through " C.otton Stockings " the Eighteenth Annual Production of " Mimes " of the Michi- gan I ' i 10 1. A rainbow, a combination of colors, a writable kaleidoscope of brilliance, all blended to picture the scenic grandeur which served a most suitable background to the per- fected efforts of Michigan ' s Opera Players. .r.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.Tj: 1198] During the Christinas Vacation, " Cotton Stock- ings " completed the longest and most successful trip in the history of Michigan Opera. Playing for a period of twenty days, and showing in fifteen of the larger Eastern and Mid-Western cities, it was acclaimed on nearly every occasion as the brightest and most sparkling college show of the season. [199 Winter Activity Another of the advantages of Ann Arbor. t r [200] Bobsledding and Skiing on the hills of the Boulevard, Skating at the Coliseum or on the Huron River . . . Winter thus affords its selec- tion of outdoor sports. [201 The Annual Choral L ' nion and Extra Concert Series offered by the L ' niversity School of Music have always proven unusually attractive. The foremost artists of the n orld who have an appeal to the student body, as well as the professional musician, were among our visitors of the past season. oprano r [ [202 - The Union Fair Noisier than the Noisiest Show on Earth. " [203] ALL US BINS F VIP TVie entire field house was transformed for the occasion and made into a typical circus ground. About the sides of the massive structure were seventy-five booths operated by fraternities and other campus organizations. Everything was exhibited in true carnival style. rT.T.T-T-T-T.T-T.T.-r.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.r.T.T.T.T-T.r.f.T.T.T.T.T-T.T-T.T-T-r-T,T-T,T.T.T_-r,r.T.T--r- ' r_T-T_r_TrT: [204] Bands, floats, animals, clowns all joined in a perfect bedlam to furnish the martial air so necessary for a suc- cessful circus parade. The festivities had begun The Union Fair was in full sway .... Another step had been taken in the campaign to complete the Union Swimming Pool. [205] ' ' -l---l---l--l--i---l-- 1--1 -l --1- L ' --L---LT ' ' L .1 7V)e sirfe s jow " Barkers " yelling them- selves hoarse in an effort to attract the crowd; pistol shots followed by the staccato explosions of motorcycles from the -.Motordrome; peanut vendors and auctioneers; all contributed to the alluring almosphere. .ABSOLUT MEDICN 1 [206] Michigan ighls Michigan Buildings, the old, resplendent with the glory of age the new, embodying the spirit of progress To behold your grandeur, your solemnity, your emulative and gigantic splendor, is to become invested with the purposes of the institution you have helped create. Michigan tradition, firm upon its foundation of time-worn custom, stands as a counter- part to the stalwart edifices which peer through the darkness of Michigan Nights as beacons of truth, loyalty and achievement. Hip illllill .T-T-T-T-T-T-T-T-T: [207] ' LL ne ' er forget my college days, Those dear, sincere old college days, I ' ll ne ' er forget ray Michigan ' Twas tKere lon friendships first t eg an. At Michigan all hearts are true; All loyal to the Maize and Blue, There e ' er will be a golden haze Around those dear old college days. [208 Ho 0 t xll 0 xs Alexander men should OcxAl htm HARRY G. Lansing, Mich. ( " Mfitain, Football FREDERICK E. GILNER Grand Rapids, Mich. Managing Editor, Michiganensian JACK L. BLOTT Girard, Ohio Captain, Haseball HARRY D. HOEY Youngstown, Ohio Managing Edilor, Michigan Daily [210] THOMAS G. KINDEL Grand Rapids, Mich. Business Manager, Michiganensian W. HOMER HATTKNDOBF Western Springs, III. C.aplnin, Track DONALD C. McCABE Bay City, Mich. Manager, football LAURENCE H. FAVROT Baton Rouge, La. Business Manager, Michigan Daily [211] JOHN V. KELLY Great Falls, Mont. President, Student Council HOWARD M. BIRKS Chicago, III. Captain, Hasketball WALTER K. SCHEREH Ottawa, 111. I 1 resident, Senior Literary Class DONALD V. STEKETEE Grand Rapids, Mich. Business Manager, Gargoyle .T-r.r-T-T-T---T-T.T.T-T-T-T: [212] THOMAS J. LYNCH Niagara Falls, N.Y. President, Michigan Union STANLEY N. MUIBHEAD Detroit, Mich. Varsity Tackle JOHN A. BACON Kansas City, Mo. Managing Editor, Chimes CARHOLL B. JONES Marcellus, Mich. Managing Editor. Gargoyle .T-T.T-T.T-T-T.-IVT.T-T-T.T- [213 I IrGH K. Dl ' FFIIiLD Oak Park, 111. Treasurer, Student Council ARTHUR O. GRAVES Chicago, 111. .Manager, Track CHARLKS H. SWOHD Mansfield, Ohio Author, " (lotion Stockings " IHWIN C. UTERITZ Oak Park, III. Varsiti Quarterback [214] HAHRV C. CLARK Kansas City, Mo. President, Student ' s Christian Association CALVIN A. CAMPBKLL Indian River, Mich. President, Engineering Society WILLIAM C. KHATZ, JR. Buffalo, N. Y. General Chairman, " Cotton Stockings " RALPH E. " RIGHT Vaynesville, Ohio Manager, Basketball [215] STEWART R. BOYER Monongahela, Pa. Member, Hoard in Control of Athletics IHWIN K. STEGEMEIER Grand Rapids, Mich. President, Senior Engineering Class WILLIAM T. WHITE Fort Wayne, Ind. Manager, Baseball ' JOHN P. DAWSON, JB. Detroit, Mich. Rhodes Scholar [216] RICE LITTLE WHITE MURANE YOST GRAVES YOL ' N ' G MITCHELL WRIGHT MORSE 1923-1924 Directors FIELDING H. YOST ..... Director of Intercollegiate Athletics GEORGE E. LITTLE . . . Asst. Director of Intercollegiate Athletics E. D. MITCHELL ...... Director of Intramural Athletics DONALD McCABE ........... Football Manager WILLIAM WHITE ........... Baseball Manager ARTHUR GRAVES ........... Track Manager RALPH WRIGHT ........... Basketball Manager ROBERT RICE ......... Minor Sports Manager EDWARD MURANE ......... Interscholaslic Manager ROBERT YOUNG ........... Intramural Manager JACK MORSE .......... Cross Country Manager in Control of Athletics Faculty Members RALPH W. AIGLER, Chairman CLARENCE T. JOHNSTON WILLIAM A. PRAYER ALFRED 0. LEE Secretary FIELDING H. YOST Alumni Members JOHN D. HIBBARD, Chicago, 111. JAMES E. DUFFY, Bay City CHARLES B. DUCHARME, Detroit Student Members RAYMOND ARNDT EGBERT ISBELL STEWART BOYER i P m [217 H Captain JACK L. BLOTT 1924 Baseball Team Captain HARRY G. KIPKE 1923 Football Team 218] I. Captain W. HOMKR HATTENDORF 192 1 Track Team Captain HOWARD M. BIKKS 1924 Basketball Team !2191 l-J-J--U.-J---l--l.-J.--L-J--J.--L-J.--L-J.-J.--l-J. ' -l-V--t ' -l- ' -L-J7nrT ! . 220 Football- 222 FIELDING H. YOST 1923 Varsity Football Coach DONALD C. McCABE 1923 Varsity Football Manager 1923 Varsity Football Team OFFICERS HARRY G. KIPKE Captain FIELDING H. YOST Coach DONALD C. McCABE Manager PERSONNEL RICHARD BABCOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tackle JACK BLOTT ....... ' ::.. Center ROBERT BROWN . . . .. " ' , . . . Center Louis CURRAN . . . . . ' . . . . . - End CHARLES GRUBE . . . . . . . . Fullback HARRY HAWKINS , . .-. . . Guard WILLIAM HERHNSTEIN ..;..... Halfback HARRY KIPKE Halfback WALTER KUNOW . ; . Tackle PHILIP MARION End JAMES MILLER . . . . . . . . . Fullback STANLEY MUIRHEAD . . . . ' ; . .; Tackle LEROY NEISCH End FERDINAND ROCKWELL Quarterback HAROLD STEELE . . . ... . Guard HERBERT STEGER Halfback EDLIFF SLAUGHTER . . ... Guard IRWIN UTERITZ Quarterback EDWARD VAN DERVOORT ' ... Tackle RICHARD VICK ... Fullback HOWELL WHITE . Guard 223] Jootball IN company with Keene Fitzpatrick, who is so well known to all Michigan men as to need no introduction, I had the good fortune to visit Ann Arbor and see the Michigan-Minnesota football game. We arrived early Friday morning. Coach Yost met us at the train and the next two days furnished a real football treat. Mr. Yost ' s attention to us was remarkable and especially so in view of the fact that he must have been more or less distracted by the loss of six of the regular team, who were unable to play in the final game because of injuries. In the afternoon we saw the team work out in its final practice in the Yost Field House. All the players looked to be in the pink of condition and were in splendid spirits determined to win the Minnesota game and not disheartened by the loss of Uteritz and the other veterans. The practice consisted of kicking and passing in the field house; then the whole squad went outdoors for final signal drill, after which Coach Sturzennegger took some of the men aside for individual tackling practice, a thing unheard of in our part of the country the day before a big game. The game the next day showed that every man on the Michigan team knew how to tackle; in fact I saw the hardest, sharpest tackling of the year. The Michigan method of giving signals is different from that in use in the East. After each play the entire team is called back a couple of yards behind the ball in a small group, the signal is given, the men run to their places and the ball is snapped. This method of giving signals has many advantages. The noise and cheering at a big game make it very hard indeed to hear the signals if called in the ordinary way by the quarterback, and I really believe th e group method the faster and, under all circumstances, the most reliable. Kipke is the greatest punter I have ever seen. His placing of kicks in the Minnesota game was uncanny. The Minnesota quarterback managed to touch just two through the entire afternoon. I have never seen such deadly accuracy. Kipke ' s kicking, supported by the remarkable defensive play of the entire Michigan team and the accurate forward pass- ing attack called into use at the proper moment, was mainly responsible for the Michigan victory. Minnesota had a rugged, powerful team and gained considerable ground in mid- field. They never got within striking distance of Michigan ' s goal, however. It was impossible for the Minnesota quarterback to handle Kipke ' s kicks. Most of them went out of bounds some fifty yards from the line of scrimmage. The Minnesota players were unable to diagnose Michigan ' s forward passing attack, which was called into play most opportunely. Both Michigan scores were the direct result of a forward pass. Rockwell ' s touchdown was made after a pass from Vick, while Kipke ' s drop-kick was made possible by a successful forward pass a moment before. I feel the Michigan team is clearly entitled to ' the Conference Championship. Any team that can defeat Minnesota with only five regulars starting the game is certainly of champion- ship calibre. .w. wjds . Football Coach, Princeton C " iirvsi j [224] CAPTAIN KIPKE Harry was the greatest punter in the country. He could run and pass, and his leadership was excellent. Harry is undoubtedly the greatest athlete ever turned out by Michigan. CAPTAIN-ELECT STEGER " Herb " , because of his two years of consistent service in the back- field, and his ability in every branch of the game, was chosen to lead the 1924 team. of Season THE football team of 1923 was one of the best turned out by Coach Yost in recent years. They won the championship of the Western Conference, and by many critics were con- sidered the best in the country. No Conference eleven scored a touchdown on Michigan; the United States Marines, a non-collegiate team, being the only one to mar the Wolverines ' goal line. A severe problem faced the coaches at the outset of the season. Such men as Captain Goebel, Kirk, Cappon and Dunleavy were gone from the championship machine of the previous year and their places were hard to fill. But with Kipke, Blott, Muirhead, Uteritz and other veterans as a nucleus, the task of winning another championship was begun. After a few weeks of hard training, the squad was ready for the first game. The backfield was of a known quality with Kipke, Steger, Uteritz and Miller as regulars. The problem was in the line, which was of an unknown caliber. The Case game was the first one on the schedule. The outcome was never in doubt, as the final score of 36-0 testifies. End runs and passes featured the game. Steger was the star of the day, making two touchdowns from passes and another by a sixty-yard run. Vanderbilt was the next team to be encountered. Michigan was out to avenge the 0-0 tie of the previous year, and although the Vanderbilt team outweighed the Wolverines ten pounds to the man, they were unable to pierce the Michigan defense. Jack Blott made the only score of the game by a place kick in the second quarter. Michigan depended upon passes and open plays to gain ground, with Kipke and Steger carrying the ball most of the time. The game ended at 3-0 after a fierce struggle in the second half. Michigan ' s ancient rival, Ohio State University, invaded Ann Arbor October 20, deter- mined to make up for her defeat in 1922. The Ohio team had plenty of confidence and fought hard, but the game was Michigan ' s from the first. In the first half the Wolverines played a conservative game but in the second half they opened up with a series of plays that swept the bewildered opposition off its feet. Michigan was in a position to score early in the first [225] 81 Herrnstein boosted the Michigan total in the Case game after a run of over thirty yards. quarter but elected to try a place kick, which went wide. The first score came in the second quarter when, following a long pass from Uteritz to Kipke, Blott made a place kick from the 18-yard line. The third quarter started strong when Curran nailed a long pass and advanced to the 17-yard line. Steger received another pass from Uteritz and went over for the first touchdown. Kipke added another touchdown on a pass and Steger made the last after a steady march down the field, through Ohio ' s line. Kipke ' s punting, Steger ' s running, and Uteritz ' generalship stood out in the backfield while Muirhead stopped Ohio backs repeatedly. Michigan Agricultural College furnished a good practice game for the Varsity, the final score being 37-0. Every man on the Michigan bench played in the game, which was featured by stellar plays throughout. Iowa followed M. A. C. on the schedule. This game was of particular interest, due to the fact that Michigan and Iowa had tied for the Championship of the Conference in 1922. The Wolverines journeyed to Iowa City, knowing that they would be faced by a heavier team than their own, but the deceptive attack which Uteritz shot into the Cornhuskers swept them off their feet, allowing Michigan to score early in the game. Michigan scored early in the first quarter when Jack Blott ran down the field and scooped up one of Kipke ' s punts that had been touched by an opposing end and took the ball over for a touchdown. Kipke added three points to Michigan ' s score when he succeeded in drop- kicking the ball from the 40-yard line. Iowa scored in the second quarter when one of Uteritz ' passes was intercepted, and a drop-kick made from the 15-yard line. This was the first time in the season that Michigan ' s opponent had scored. Iowa was in position to score during the last quarter, but Slaughter intercepted a pass and Kipke punted out of danger. That the game was exceptionally hard fought, is shown by the final score of 9-3. Blott, Slaughter, and Muirhead played a great game on the line, while Kipke and Steger were the outstanding performers in the backfield. The United States Marines have something to be proud of inasmuch as they were the only eleven to score a touchdown against Michigan during the season. The game was wit- nessed by a group of notables, including Secretary Denby and others. Early in the opening quarter, the Marines took the ball on the eleven-yard line and attempted a drop-kick. This was blocked, but the Marines recovered, giving them first down. Two line bucks gave them their first down, and one yard to go. The line held for two downs, but on the third, Neal went over for a touchdown. Michigan was in position to score twice in the first quarter, but failed. In the second quarter Uteritz went over for Michigan ' s first score on a sneak play. At the beginning of the third quarter, Uteritz opened up with a variety of plays almost all of which gained for Michigan. In the last quarter Blott went back to try for a kick with [226] Rockwell holding the ball. Rockwell jumped to his feet and ran untouched through the bewildered Marines for a touchdown. The game ended 26-6. Although the game was a de- cisive victory for Michigan, it was one of the most costly of the season, for Irwin Uteritz, one of the greatest quarterbacks in the country, sustained a broken ankle and was prevented from participating in the remaining games. The 6-3 victory over Wisconsin was a thing to be celebrated, but like the Marine game it took from Michigan the services of one of her stellar performers; Blott ' s leg being broken in the first few minutes of the game. The Badgers kicked a field goal early in the first quarter, which gave them a temporary lead, but in the second quarter Rockwell, play- ing his first game as a regular quarterback, juggled a punt, fell momentarily, jumped to his feet and ran over sixty yards, giving Michigan her only score of the game. The game was extremely hard fought all the way, and neither team had many opportunities to score. Wis- consin made a desperate attempt to score on the last play, but Slaughter nailed Harris after he had caught a fifty-yard pass. The playing of Kipke, Rockwell, and Muirhead stood out. Babcock and Vick also played well, this being their first game as regulars. The Minnesota game was a fitting climax to the season. Neither team had been beaten and the " Little Brown Jug " was again at stake. Michigan was without the services of several regulars. The first quarter was mainly a punting duel between Kipke and Martineau, with the former having much the belter of it. In the second quarter Michigan began a series of runs and passes that ended when Rockwell received a pass from Vick and ran the remaining twenty yards for a touchdown. In the third quarter Kipke made a perfect drop-kick from the thirty-five yard line, making the score 10-0, where it remained. The rest of the game was, in general, a punting duel between the rival captains. Too much cannot be said about the Michigan fight in this game. With only five regulars starting the game, the team worked with perfect coordination. Earl Martineau, later a member of Walter Camp ' s AH-American team, was unable to gain either through the line or around end, while Michigan backs made first downs repeatedly. As in 1922, Michigan was forced into a tie for the Conference championship; Illinois also going through the season undefeated. Next year Michigan ' s schedule includes six Con- ference games, including the more powerful teams in the " Big Ten " . With a schedule of this sort, it will be impossible for a dispute to arise as to the supremacy of the West. These men drew the cheers from I he crowds. [227 BLOTT " Jack " was placed at center on the Athletic World ' s, Walter Camp ' s, and Walter Eckersall ' s Ail-American teams. He was one of the best place kickers in the West. UTERITZ " L ' tz " was one of the. greatest quarterbacks in the country, but his career was cut short when his ankle was broken during the Marine game. He was an ac- curate passer, and the greatest field general Michigan has ever known. MUIRHEAD " Stan " was among the greatest tackles in the country. He was invaluable to the Michigan team in both offensive and defensive work. This was Stan s last year. The Michigan defense effectually stopped the passing attack of the Marines. [228] Blolt ' s place kick added lhree_poinls to Michigan ' s tola! in the 0. S. U. game. VAN DERVOORT " Van " was handicapped by in- juries throughout the season but when able to play he made right tackle impregnable. VICK " Dutch " was sent into the back- field to do the passing after L ' terit: was injured. " Dutch " could also circle the ends in a creditable manner. MILLER " Jim " was a tremendous power on the defense, and his work in hitting the line reminded one of his predecessor, Cappon. 229 ] BABCOCK " Bab " had an uncanny power of breaking through the line to block punts. With two more years of competition he should become one of the best line men in the West. HERRNSTEIN " Bill " had an unusual ability to snag passes. He was a power- ful runner, and a stong man on the defense. Bill has two more years to play. SLAUGHTER " Butch " was one of the most powerful guards in the West. He could open big gaps for the Michigan backs, and on the de- ense stopped everything that came his way. The Michigan line was impassable when Taft, Wisconsin fullback attempted to plunge through it. 230 C 1W Kipke made a substantial gain off tackle in the Marine game. STEELE " Ho " played at guard regularly, and was a large factor toward making the center of the Michi- gan line impassable. KUNOW " Walt " supplied at tackle in many of Michigan ' s big games, always showing himself capable of handling any tackle who opposed him. Kipke gained consistently around end in the Minnesota game. [ ' 231 ] ROCKWELL " Tod " took Uleritz ' place when the latter sustained a broken ankle in the Marine game. In both the Wisconsin and Minne- sota games Rockwell made Mich- igan ' s only touchdowns. MARION " Dutch " played a stellar game at end throughout the season. He was exceptionally fast, and was often called back to carry the ball. NEISCH " Roy " was another member of the squad who was handicapped by injuries, but whenever his condition allowed him to play his ability as an end was keenly felt. Kipke completed a forty-yard drop-kick against Iowa after L ' teritz signalled for a free catch. .T-T.r.T-T-T-y-T.r.r.T.T.T.T-T.T.T-T-T.r. [232; Kipke made a substantial gain around end against Vanderbilt. BROWH " Bob " took Blott ' s place at center after the latter was in- jured in the Wisconsin game and for the remainder of the season kept the center of the line air-tight. CURRAN " Louie " was a stellar end during the entire season, distinguishing himself particularly in the Minnesota game. Curran blocked one of Iowa ' s passes at a critical moment. [ 233 J---V -i---L- - " -L--t---l---i---i- L J ' . . HAWKINS Harry played at guard on numerous occasions during the season and should be a strong contender for a regular position next year. GRUBE " Charlie ' ' was elected to under- study Jim Miller. He has two more years of competition, and should make a strong bid for a regular berth on the 1924 team. WHITE White could always be depended upon to supply at guard. He helped materially in keeping the center of the line impregnable. The Michigan line kept Martineau from gaining in the Minnesota game. I 234 | Baseball a o S3 -t a [236] RAY L. FISHER 1923 Varsity Baseball Coach STEWART R. BOYER 1923 Varsity Baseball Manager 1923 Varsity ' Baseball Team OFFICERS IRWIN C. UTERITZ . RAY L. FISHER . STEWART R. BOYER Captain Coach Manager PERSONNEL RUDOLPH ASH . Left Field JACK L. BLOTT . EDWARD C. GIBSON GEORGE S. HAGGARTY . HARRY G. KIPKE ADOLF KLEIN HOWARD J. LIVERANCE ROY T. NOONAN. MEYER PAPER . JOHN W. SHACKLEKORD. VERNON L. SWANSON . IRWIN C. UTERITZ . LEONARD C. VAN BOVEN Catcher Pitcher Second Base Center Field Right Field Pitcher Pitcher Third Base First Base Catcher Short Stop Second Base [237] Baseball MICHIGAN is a name to conjure with in sports. Michigan gave to the baseball world, George Sisler, athlete and gentleman, the game ' s most valuable player. The baseball enthusiast judges Michigan with Sisler as a standard. It is a high rating of comparison but seldom has Michigan fallen below expectations. It has been my very good fortune to see Michigan athletes in competition in almost every branch of sport; baseball, football and track, in particular. I have always admired the spirit of Michigan. It always fights hard to win, gives its best, regardless of the score, and when the battle is over, accepts defeat or victory with equal grace. During the Fall of 1922 I bumped into Coach Fisher at the Michigan-Ohio State game. After exchanging greetings our conversation naturally drifted to baseball. Of course, one of my leading questions was the outlook for Michigan to win the " Big Ten " title. " I have plenty of good material in every department but pitching. You know what pitching means to a major league club. Well, it means just twice that much to a college team. If I can develop a couple of good pitchers, Michigan will make it interesting for all its Western Conference rivals. " Now for a few statistics as to how the Michigan nine won the Western Conference championship, which is the thing of interest. The opening game of the season with Ohio State was captured after a real battle. The score, Michigan 3, Ohio State 2. Liverance made good Coach Fisher ' s expert opinion by allow- ing only six hits and striking out seven. Wisconsin failed to make much trouble in the second Big Ten clash, Michigan winning 11 to 3. Uteritz contributed a home run, and Shackleford a triple with the bases filled, making it an easy win for pitcher Liverance. Iowa next on the schedule succumbed after a hard struggle, 7 to 6. Liverance was hit freely in the first three innings. Gibson went to his relief in the third, held Iowa to two hits during the remainder of the game, and made victory possible. Illinois, always noted for its great teams, was the next victim, 6 to 3. Jack Blott aside from catching a fine game turned in a triple and a home run that had much to do with the winning of the game. Liverance did the pitching; a mighty good job. The return game with Iowa was a 7 to 4 victory. Gibson was honored by starting and came through with a fine exhibition of pitching, being at his best in the pinches. Minne- sota was easy, 9 to 3. The pitching of Liverance featured, allowing only six hits and striking out ten men. The second clash with Minnesota resulted in another overwhelming Michigan victory, 11 to 3. The second meeting between Illinois and Michigan was a slugfest pure and simple, the score sounding like an African Golf contest, Michigan 11, Illinois 7. Kipke featured this game by making nine put outs in the field, most of them difficult, the last catch being made after a headlong dive, then a complete somersault, Kipke coming to his feet with the sphere in his right hand. Liverance did the pitching. Ohio State was beaten 5 to 2 largely through the good pitching of Liverance. the timely hitting of Uteritz, and the excellent fielding of Paper. Noonan and Swanson, was the Michigan battery against Northwestern. It was a rout 16 to 3, Michigan scoring eight runs in the lucky seventh. The fine show- ing of the Michigan baseball team in 1923 was in keeping with the standards of the institu- tion. Michigan has every reason to feel proud of its great team and its fine coach, Ray Fisher. 238 CAPTAIN UTERITZ " Utz " was one of the fastest men on the team. His regular posi- tion was at short although he played part of the season at second. CAPTAIN-ELECT BLOTT " Jack " shared with Paper the highest batting average of the Conference. His fielding aver- age also ran over .900. Jack will lead the 1924 team. of Season WHEN the first call for baseball was made in 1923, Coach Fisher faced a serious problem. Dick Schultz and Milt Dixon, star twirlers of the ' 22 team, had been lost by graduation. Howard Liverance was the only remaining member of the pitching staff of the former season, and at the outset it looked as though he would be called upon to pitch more than his share of the games. To make matters worse, th ere were no men from the ' 22 freshman squad who looked more than mediocre on the mound, and it was with misgivings that Coach Fisher started with his squad for the sunny southland. Playing seven games, the team being rear- ranged with each successive game, served to strengthen the squad, but a lack of pitchers was chiefly responsible for Michigan losing three of the seven games. Of the other four, Michigan won three, and forfeited one to Vanderbilt, following a dispute at the end of the seventh inning. When the first game of the Conference occurred on April 21st, the problem of good moundsmen was still predominate. Liverance pitched a great game, fanning seven, and allow- ing but six scattered hits. Workman, who took the mound for Ohio, also did nice work, but the hitting of Shackleford, Kipke and Knode kept Michigan one run in advance through- out the game, the final tally being three and two. In the second Conference game, Wisconsin came out on the short end of an eleven to three score. Liverance, with only fair support, allowed eight hits, while the Michigan sluggers touched the Badger twirler for ten. Uteritz clouted the ball almost to the tennis courts for a circuit run, with one on base, and a few innings later, Shackleford ' s three bagger with three on bases put Michigan in a safe lead. Ash contributed a two-base hit even after the game was on ice, bringing the total number of runs up to eleven, Wisconsin bringing in three. On May seventh, the Wolverines engaged Iowa in one of the closest games of the season. Eddie Gibson, pitching in a Conference game for the first time, showed great promise. He allowed eight hits, but held well during the pinches. Iowa led until the seventh inning, when two errors gave Michigan a one run lead which she held throughout. [239 | COACH FISHER Ray made things hot for both the infield and the outfield when- ever he got his hands on a bat. Harry was one of the best fielders in the Conference, and his ability as a slugger helped Michigan maintain her position as champion of the " Big Ten " . At the start of the season, Illinois had been generally conceded the best chance for win- ning the Conference championship, but when on May twelfth, the Wolverines invaded the Suckers ' Stronghold, the latter found Ray Fisher ' s team too much for them. Both teams managed to collect eight hits, but Liverance scattered them throughout the game, while Jackson allowed four in the " lucky seventh " . Blott was largely responsible for Michigan ' s six runs, knocking out a home run and a three bagger. Illinois ' total tally was three. Iowa City was the scene of Michigan ' s next victory. Pitching a great game, Gibson allowed seven scattered hits, while Duhm and Marshall gave their visitors just double the number. Michigan men had a great day with the club, too. Van Boven and Shackleford both knocked out a home run, while Blott and Kipke each registered three baggers. Four errors on the Michigan infield were largely responsible for Iowa ' s total reaching four, while two double plays credited to Iowa kept Michigan ' s score as low as seven. Michigan ' s steady string of victories gave rise to considerable juggling of facts in athletic dope circles, but when on May eighteenth, Minnesota took the short end of a nine to three game, Ray Fisher ' s team became an easy favorite for Conference honors. In this game Liver- ance allowed but six hits, while three Gopher twirlers donated fourteen to the sluggers who faced them. Liverance was the star of the game, fanning ten men, and collecting two hits. Those who saw the Minnesota game on the eighteenth were due for another treat on the following day, for Michigan heaped insult upon injury by bringing in eleven runs while Minn- esota was garnering three. Gibson donated only five hits, all well scattered. A home run by Friedle, with two on bases, was all that prevented a shut-out. On May twenty-fourth, when Illinois invaded Ferry Field, Harry Kipke had his big day. It is doubtful if more sensational fielding has ever been seen on Michigan ' s diamond than that exhibited by Kipke. Out of nine opportunities in the field, Kipke made good on all of them, most of his catches being of the spectacular sort that brought the crowd in the stands to its feet. But Kipke ' s work was not the only attraction of the game. Illinois was defeated by a score of 11 to 7. The Suckers used three pitchers in an attempt to stop the Michigan slug- 240 GIBSON " Eddie " , although a Senior, played for the first time for Michigan and developed into one of the best pitchers in the West. SHACKLEFORD " Shack " mas shifted from out- field to first when Knode was declared ineligible. He was one of the heaviest hitters on the team. fest, but the twelve hits that were allowed the Wolverines, combined with three costly errors on the Illinois infield, made it possible for Michigan men to cross the plate eleven times. As in previous contests, the Wolverines hit when a hit was necessary; Shackleford, Ash, and Paper being the chief contributors to the batting average. On May twenty-eighth Ohio State fell before the attack of their guests, in a contest that was nearly as close as that staged earlier in the season. In spite of the fact that Workman allowed eleven hits, and that five errors were registered against the Ohio infield, Michigan was held to five runs, while Ohio, scoring only five hits from Liverance, with two errors on the Michigan team, crossed the plate twice. Uteritz led the Michigan attack, getting three safe hits during the game. The Ohio game was the last contest of the season that was in any way close. On June first, Michigan journeyed to Northwestern, and after putting in an exceptionally long afternoon, finally left the field on the big end of a sixteen to three score. Every man on the Michigan team registered a hit and a run during the game, and of the twenty hits allowed, only four failed to materialize into runs. Noonan, pitching for Michigan, allowed ten hits, but they were so well scattered, and he was given such good support by the infield, that only three runs were registered by Northwestern. In the seventh inning alone, Michigan scored eight runs, Kipke and Blott each driving in two runs. This was the last game of the Conference season, and was the tenth consecutive game that Michigan won. It gave her the undisputed championship of the Conference, and although defeated during Commencement by the University of Washington, it was brought about chiefly because of the fact that several of the men playing regularly on the Michigan team were not in the line-up. The games with Washington were an even break, however, Michigan taking the first of the series. Too much credit cannot be given Coach Ray Fisher for the excellent showing made by Michigan. On the whole, the Michigan team was composed of unexperienced men at the beginning of the season, but their ability to hit, coupled with excellent fielding, made possible another championship. = J ; - r.T-T-T-ti [ 241 ] This man was only one of seven who look the count from Liverance in the O.S. U. game. VAN BOVEN " Van " could always be depended upon to Jill in at either second or short, and was often called upon to hit in the pinches. NOONAN " Shorty " , although he pitched but one of the Conference games, proved his worth in many of the minor contests. It was his last year of competition. SWANSON " Swede " supplied for Blotl be- hind the bat on numerous occasions and held any of the Michigan twirlers in a credit- able manner. T.T.T.T.T-T.T. [242| The Uleritz to Shackleford combination kept this man from registering a single. KLEIN " Addie " held down right field after Shackleford was called to first. Klein had a high fielding average, and was a good slugger. ASH " Rudey " was a heavy hitter and an unusually fast man on the bases. He will be missed on next year ' s team. LlVERANCE " Livvy " was the veteran pitcher of the squad, and bore the brunt of many of the Conference games. [2-13 Liverance scored one of the eleven runs that were registered against Wisconsin. PAPER " Mike " held down third base throughout the season. He was one of the fastest men on bases, and batted .413, lying with Blolt for Conference honors in the batting averages. HAGGARTY George played at second through- out the season. With two more years of competition, Haggarly should become one of the best inflelders in the West. Uleritz brought in a home run in the Wisconsin game, after clouting the ball nearly to the tennifcourts. 244 Trac k [ 246 ] I STEPHEN FARRELL 7925 Varsity Track Coach LAWRENCE W. SNELL 1923 Varsity Track Manager 1923 " Varsity Track Team ! I H OFFICERS BURT S. BURKE . . Captain STEPHEN FARRELL ....... Coach LAWRENCE SNELL Manager PERSONNEL BURT S. BURKE Sprints JOHN A. BOWEN Mile JAMES K. BROOKER, JR Pole Vault CARL F. GUSHING Quarter, Half-Mile ROBERT D. GIBSON .... Half-Mile LEONARD G. GOLDWATER , Sprints W. HOMER HATTENDORF Half-Mile MILTON W. HEATH ....... Shot Put HOWARD M. HINDES Hammer W. DEHART HUBBARD Broad Jump, Hurdles MARION A. HUNTER . . Discus EGBERT R. ISBELL Two-Mile NELSON JOYNER, JR - - Quarter-Mile DAVID C. MCELLVEN , . -. . . High Jump FRANK H. MARTIN Quarter-Mile DANIEL C. NUFER High Jump WILLIAM R. PROSSER . . - Pole Vault CHARLES T. REINKE , Half-Mile WM. D. ROESSER . - Quarter, Half-Mile ADAM SIEMONS, JR. . ... . . . - Mik CARL J. SCHMIDT Hammer RAY W. SMITH Bigh Jump WILLIAM J. VAN ORDEN . . . Shot Put LESTER G. WITTMAN .... Sprints -T-T- fri [247] Finish of the relay which won for Michigan the championship of the Conference. Track THE Michigan track team of 1923 demonstrated its class not only by winning the National Collegiate Athletic Association Championships on Stagg Field in June in competition with the winners of sectional meets from all parts of the United States, but further by winning the Conference Indoor and Outdoor Meets, by creditable performances in the Pennsylvania, Drake and Illinois Relays and in its dual meets. The team with which Steve Farrell won so many victories was one of the finest collections of track and field men that had ever made up a college track team in this country. Hubbard was perhaps the outstanding performer as he is without doubt the class of the broad-jumpers of America today if not of the world. He established a new N. C. A. A. record of 25 feet 2 inches and broke a number of records during the season. Brooker tied with McKowan at 13 feet in the pole vault and thus established a new record for the National Collegiate Athletic Association. Further, he won first in the pole vault in the Indoor Con- ference Meet at Evanston, first in the Cornell Dual and tied for first in the pole vault in the Penn Relays. In addition he won first in the discus throw in the Conference Meet and in the same afternoon won second in the pole vault. Isbell after having won first in the cross- country run won the two-mile in both the Indoor and Outdoor Conference Meets, won first in the two-mile in all of his dual meets and won third in the N. C. A. A. Meet. In the dual meet with Cornell he broke the Waterman Gymnasium record by 20 seconds establishing the good mark of 9 minutes 37-4 5 seconds. Van Orden won first in the shot-put in the Confer- ence Indoor and Outdoor Meets, and in the Illinois Relays, besides winning first in the Chicago, Cornell, Ohio and Illinois Dual Meets and second in the Drake Relays. Smith in the hammer, Hattendorf in the half-mile, Bowen in the two-mile, Martin in the quarter, Davis in the two- mile and Prosser in the pole vault added their share of points to the Michigan totals. While these fifteen men were chiefly responsible for Michigan ' s victories a number of others con- tributed points in the relays and other events. The men who composed the Michigan track team of 1923 won the respect of opponents, officials and spectators by their sportsmanlike conduct in their competition. They are the kind of men who will represent America with credit should they be chosen as members of the next Olympic as undoubtedly some of them will be. Commissioner of Conference Athletics [248] CAPTAIN BURKE Burl was handicapped through- out the season by injuries, but when in condition he was a de- pendable dash man. CAPTAIN-ELECT HATTENDORF " Hap " was a great half-miler and justly deserves the honor of leading the 1924 team. " Review of Season AT the start of the 1923 track season, Michigan had about the brightest outlook of any - of the Conference schools. Not only were there a number of veterans back, around which to build a team, but from the freshman class of the year before, there came a number of men of unusual ability. Chances for a championship team were unusually good, not only because of a number of stars, but because of the versatility of the performers. The first clash of the season was with Chicago, indoors, and it was to this meet that Coach Farrell first turned his attention. There was but little fear before the meet that Michigan would experience any difficulty, and when after the meet, Michigan had run up a total of 65 points to Chicago ' s 30, hopes for a great season were strengthened. Of the ten events, Michigan took nine. In the half mile, Reinke, running for the first time in varsity competition, broke the Conference record with the time of one minute, fifty-six and four-fifths seconds. Hubbard won both the hurdle events, while other first place winners were Wittman, Van Orden, McEllven, Martin, Brooker and Isbell. The Illinois Relay Carnival was the next on the schedule, coming on March third. That Michigan athletes were the stellar performers of the meet was evidenced by the fact that three records were broken by Michigan men, Reinke broke his second record of the season when he tore off the 1000-dash in two minutes, nineteen and four-fifths seconds. Hubbard jumped twenty-three feet, three-quarter inches for the second record, and Van Orden com- pleted the record breaking list by heaving the shot over forty-three feet. Brooker, although he did not break any records, nevertheless was an easy first in the pole vault, jumping slightly over twelve feet, eight inches. Hubbard also placed second in the two hurdle events, while McEllven and Smith tied for second honors in the high jump. On March seventeenth, the Conference Indoor Meet was held. Showing the greatest exhibition of strength that has been seen for many years, Michigan copped first honors, run- ning up over twice as many points as Illinois, the nearest competitor. Of the ten events, Michigan placed first in six, and in the mile run alone, did Michigan fail to score. Reinke again broke the Conference half-mile record, being the third consecutive meet in which the lanky sophomore smashed previous records. ' .T.T.T.T.1 T.T.T.T.T.T: .r.T.T.T.T:-!-: |249] Jm?= .-1 s the score-board showed it after the Conference meet. Cornell came West on March twenty-fourth, to be defeated by Michigan in the annual dual meet with a score of sixty-eight and one-half to twenty-eight and one-half. Of the eleven different events, Michigan won the relay, took eight firsts, and placed in the other two. Witlman of Michigan established a new gym record in the fifty-yard dash; time five and one-half seconds. Reinke set a new record in the half-mile run, finishing in one minute, fifty- six and four-fifths seconds. In the two-mile Isbell cut twenty seconds from the former record, covering the distance in nine minutes, thirty-seven and four-tenths seconds. This was only one more instance in which the West conquered the East. The well known Penn Relays were held the twenty-ninth of April. Michigan was well represented in the broad jump and pole vault by Hubbard and Brooker respectively. The former took first place in his event with a jump of twenty-three feet, ten and one-quarter inches, while the latter tied for first with the bar at twelve feet, six inches. On the same day, Michigan competed with many other schools in the Drake Relays at Des Moines. The two-mile relay team, composed of Hattendorf, Reinke, Roesser, and Gushing, took first honors in that event, while Van Orden, Prosser and Smith took second in the shot put, pole vault and high jump respectively. Michigan suffered her only defeat of the season on May twelfth, in a dual meet with Illinois; score Illinois 80, Michigan 54. Despite the noticeable difference in the score, Michigan made a strong impression by taking six firsts and placing second in three others. The superi- ority of Illinois failed to evidence itself in the Conference Outdoor Meet later in the season. In the next dual meet, May twenty-sixth, Michigan tamed Ohio ninety-seven and one-half to thirty-seven and one-half. Of fifteen events, there was only one in which Michigan failed to take either first or second place, in fact, nearly every man on the team enjoyed either a first or a second, several taking two or three. Among the first place men were Wittman, Goldwater, Martin, Hattendorf, Bowen, Isbell, Hubbard, Smith, Van Orden, Prosser, Hunter, and Hindes. On June second, the Conference Outdoor Meet, one of the most important events of the season was held at Ferry Field. Michigan nosed out Illinois by a half-point, their scores being fifty-seven and one-half and fifty-seven. Wisconsin and Iowa were the nearest com- petitors with twenty-seven and twenty-six points respectively. Michigan placed first in seven events, second in two and third in two; Brooker, Wittman, Smith, Van Orden, Hindes, Hubbard and Isbell took first places in their events, McEllven, Smith and Brooker placed in three of the others. That the meet was representative of the best college talent is evidenced by the fact that three records were broken and one tied. Along with many other colleges, Michigan entered the National Collegiate Athletic Association Track and Field Meet in which she easily led the field with thirty-one points, Leland Stanford, her nearest rival having fourteen and one-half points, Iowa and John Hop- kins fourteen points each. The Conference champions ran away with two firsts, two seconds. ' .1 .T.T.T.T.TiT.T. .T, T.T. T. T. T, 1 .1 .T.T.T. I - I - r. T_T , . T . r T. T_ iyi r- I 250 ] three thirds, three fifths, and one sixth. Two N. C. A. A. records were broken by Michigan men, Brooker tied McKowan of the Kansas State Teachers in establishing a new height of thirteen feet in the pole vault, and Hubbard shattered the broad jump record with a leap of twenty-five feet, two inches. It was the opinion of many throughout the country, that the team representing Michigan on the track, and in the field events, was the greatest group of performers ever assembled at one school. Certainly many of the records established by Coach Farrell ' s men will stand for some time, and such stars as Isbell, Wittman, Reinke, Hattendorf, Hubbard, Brooker, Smith and Van Orden will be long remembered. SMITH " Ray " usually divided first honors in the high jump with his team mate, McEUven. Hattendorf gave Reinke a good lead in the last lap of the two-mile relay at Drake University. SCHMIDT The hammer was Schmidt ' s event. He always gave his best and aided materially in making Michigan ' s season successful MARTIN " Martie " ran fourth on the re- lay team and was Michigan ' s best man in the quarter. Reinke had little trouble in out-distancing the Illinois half-milers in the dual meet. ;252] Michigan ' s two-mile relay team was one of the most effective in the country, taking first place at the Drake Relays. B BOOKER " Jim " consistently went over twelve feet in the pole vault and was a sure point winner in the discus throw. VlTTMAN " Less " was the find of the season. In the Conference meet he won first in the hundred-yard dash and placed in every meet. 253 GIBSON " Bob " was a middle distance runner who could be depended upon at any time. It was his last year at Michigan. ISBELL Isbell was the best long distance runner in the West and among the best in the country. He holds the Conference two-mile record. VAN ORDEN " Van " added many points to the team ' s total. He put the shot, and placed first in both of the Conference meets. Isbell broke the Conference mark in the two-mile, and was an easy winner over the rest of the field. ! [254] UNDERWOOD AND UNDERWOOD Vitlman winning the Conference ]00-yard dash in 9-1 5 seconds. HUNTER Hunter was Michigan ' s repre- sentative in the discus, and gave a good account of himself. McELLVEN " Dave " completed Michigan ' s famous trio of high jumpers. He tied for first place in the Con- ference w ith Smith. SIEMONS " Dutch " ran on the mile relay team, and contributed a large part toward making it so suc- cessful. -T.T-T.T.T: 255] 1 : The last lap of the relay was one of the exciting moments of the Conference meet. REINKE " Charlie " holds the indoor Con- ference record for the half-mile run, and ranks among the best in the country in this event. HINDES Hindes threw the hammer and seldom failed to add to the. team ' s total. GUSHING Carl was a member of Michi- gan ' s famous two-mile relay team, and ran the quarter in a creditable manner. -T T-T-T-T.T-T-T-T- .T-T-T-T.T.T-T.1V [ 256 ] JOYNER " Nels " was a member of Michi- gan ' s o ne-mile relay leam, and was one of the best on the team in the 1 10-yard run. PROSSER " Bill " was one of the best pole vaulters in the West. He took second honors at the Drake Relays. lirooker was forced into second place in the Conference pole vault, but Brownell of Illinois was forced to break the world ' s inter- collegiate record to beat him. [257] o crp KOESBER " Bill " ' was a highly necessary cog in the Wolverine two-mile relay team, which won first honors at the Drake Relays. HUBBAHD Hubbard was the best broad jumper in the country, and always made a creditable show- ing in both of the hurdle events. NUFER Nufer completed a trio of high jumpers that proved such a factor in the team ' s success. Although not spectacular, he could alway s ' be counted on to place. JT.T.T.T. [258 Qross (Country WITH five of seven men comprising last year ' s team back in school, prospects of another cross country championship were very bright. Despite the fact that no one could fill the niche left by Egbert Isbell, last season ' s Conference champion, the team composed of Captain Arndt, Captain-elect Shenefield, Davis, Bowen, Rearick, Reinke, M., and Griffen was a fast and formidable one. In Mason, Polhamus, Hicks, Callahan, and Kryznminski, Coach Farrell had a reserve squad on which he could depend. In the first event of the season, October 27, Michigan swamped the Aggies by taking the first nine places with a score of 15-40. On November 3, in the annual Harpham Trophy Race, Harry Davis set a new record for the five-mile Ferry Field course, covering the distance in 27 minutes, 16 seconds. The next week end at Ferry Field, Michigan received her first defeat of the season when Ohio won the Triangular Meet, which is held annually between Ohio, Illinois and Michigan. Arndt, the first Michigan man, placed fourth. On the morning of November 17, Michigan overcame Wisconsin over the latter ' s own course, by a score of 24-31. The Conference Meet, November 24, was held over a wet and slippery course at Colum- bus. As a result of the dinner eaten before the meet, the Michigan men were subjected to an attack of ptomaine poisoning, which, although slight, was enough to prevent them from performing as usual. In such a condition Michigan " had to be content with sharing fifth place with Ames. Ohio, contrary to expectations won the meet. DAVIS KI-INKK MORSE, Manager BOWEN C RIFFEN SHENEFIELD ARNDT FARRELL, Coach REARICK 259 Start of the Harpham Trophy Race, November Third ARNDT Ray was a consistent performer in the long distance runs. He led the Michigan team through- out the season. DAVIS Harry established a new record for the Ferry Field course in the Harpham Trophy race. -T-T-T-T-T-T-T- [260] Basketball ill 13 c 3 J [ ' 262 1 EDWIN J. MATHER 1924 Varsity Basketball Coach RALPH E. WRIGHT 1924 Varsity Basketball Manager Varsity Basketball Team OFFICERS HOWARD M. BIRKS Captain EDWIN J. MATHER Coach RALPH E. WRIGHT Manager PERSONNEL HOWARD M. BIRKS . ROY F. DENG . . . RICHARD F. DOYLE . GEORGE S. HAGGARTY . WILLIAM P. HENDERSON- HARRY G. KIPKE ARTHUR B. McWooD KENNETH MORGARIDGE Center Guard Center Forward Forward Guard Center Forward [263 ] fliniiliit A record crowd saw Michigan defeat Purdue in Yost Field House. Basketball f ' T? DDIE " Mather gave Michigan another great basketball team this year, and, but for a -L jinx which seems to be pursuing Michigan ' s basketball, the Maize and Blue might be floating from the top of the Conference ladder. Just when the Wolverines looked like they were sure to go through, along came " Old Man Ineligibility " and out went Royal Cherry, one of the king-pins of the team, and a player on whom Mather was banking heavily. Despite this handicap, Mather managed to win half his games in the " Big Ten " , and all of his preliminary games except the contest with Notre Dame. Acting-Captain Harry Kipke, playing his final year of Conference basketball was picked by the majority of critics as the outstanding guard of the season and was given a place on the official All-Conference five at the close of the season. George Haggarty enjoyed a great season too, and was elected captain of the 1925 team at the close of the season. He is one of the best forwards in the country today. Doyle, a newcomer at center, and Deng, guard, both gave a fine account of themselves for sophomores and should be important factors on the 1925 team. Henderson, who substituted in the missing Cherry ' s place and Morgaridge, sophomore recruit from Lane Technical H. S. of Chicago, also gave a good account of themselves when in the lineup. The opening of the new Yost Field House served to stimulate much interest in basket- ball at Michigan, and the largest crowds in Michigan ' s history saw the Wolverines play. Over 9000 were seated in the beautiful new athletic palace when the Michigan quintet de- feated Chicago here March first. Too much credit cannot be given Coach Mather for the manner in which he pulled the team through a stiff schedule of games. The games that were lost, were lost by the closest of margins. Basketball is in good hands at Michigan, and some year the jinx will hit some other school, and Michigan will chalk up a championship. [264 ' .L-.L-JT ' .I- CAPTAIN BIHKS " Happy " led one of the best teams that Coach Mather has had in some years, but was handicapped by injuries during most of the season. CAPTAIN-ELECT HAGGARTY George was one of the best for- wards in the West. He was placed on the second All-Con- ference team. George will lead the 7.92,5 team. of Season THE jinx that has been pursuing Michigan basketball for the past few years continued to make itself evident during the 1923-1924 season. Despite the fact that Ely, Paper and Cappon had been lost by graduation, such men as Captain Birks, Haggarty, Kipke, McWood and Henderson, " M " men from last year ' s squad, composed a favorable group with which to start the season. The new Yost Field House tended to stimulate a great deal of interest among students, and thousands saw Michigan play almost every game. Shortly after the start of the season, Doyle and Cherry broke into the regular lineup. Both were sophomores, and although a bit ragged at the start of the season, developed in an exceptional manner. Deng, a senior, was chosen to act as the other guard, and with Kipke and Haggarty at the forward positions, the Wolverine team looked like a good bet for the Conference championship. Michigan played a good brand of ball on the Southern trip, winning all of the games. The first game in the West that was played after Christmas, took place at South Bend, the Catholics winning a close game, 29-25. On January eleventh, M. A. C. journeyed to Ann Arbor to play the first collegiate basketball game in the new field house. During the game, Eddie Mather juggled the lineup considerably, and after a rather slow game, Michigan nosed out the farmers by a 23-19 score. The following week-end, Illinois formally opened Michigan ' s Conference season. Over nine thousand people packed the field house for this first game. Mather had completely revised his general style, and had made numerous changes in the personnel of the team. Dick Doyle of Kalamazoo was started at center. Kipke was shifted from guard to forward, and Royal Cherry of Grand Rapids took his position at guard, beside Deng. Illinois had a fast team, with lots of fight, and from the first whistle, until the end of the game, there was never a minute that did not see plenty of action. Haggarty and Kipke were high point men for Michigan, while Potter was the outstanding performer for Illinois. Doyle and Cherry both looked good, and Deng ' s guarding was beyond reproach. During the second period Illinois and Michigan alternately led and were led, and until the final moment, the outcome was in doubt, but when the final whistle blew, the score board showed that Michigan led Illinois by one point, the score being 24-23. [265] N KlPKE Harry was named Caplain and guard on the All-Conference team. His place will be a hard one to fill on the 1925 squad. DOYLE " Dick " was Michigan ' s regular center. He seldom failed to gel the tip-off, and was consistent in both offensive and defensive play. Iowa had been much touted as possible contenders for Conference honors, but with the same combination that had defeated Illinois the preceding week, Michigan tamed the Cornhuskers by a 23-18 score. Iowa brought a big, rangy team, but they could not keep up the pace that was set by Mather ' s men. Kipke was high point man of the evening, with Ilaggarty a close second, both sinking baskets from almost any position. The game put the Wolverines into first place in the Conference, but sharing a tie with two other schools. Despite the fact that it was early in the season, things looked as though Michigan would be one of the strongest contenders in the Conference. The second M. A. C. game took place at East Lansing on February sixth, the Wolverines putting up a much better brand of ball than in the first encounter. Michigan ran up thirty-one points while the farmers were struggling to get twenty. Several of the Michigan reserves had a chance to break into the line-up, and showed to a good advantage. Michigan ' s first Conference game played away from home was played at Chicago, and with it came the first defeat of the Conference season. It was a furious game, hard fought throughout, and one in which a gruelling pace was maintained by both teams. It was not until the final seconds of play that the outcome was decided. Chicago triumphed with a one-basket lead, the final score being 20-18. The defeat put Michigan into third place. Following the Chicago game, scholastic ineligibility became the dread of the team. In 1922-23, Miller, star forward of the Conference was lost to Michigan by in- eligibility, and the customary luck came back, for when the axe fell, it cut Royal Cherry from the squad. " Red " had worked into Mather ' s plan to perfection, and his removal from the team, necessitated another shake-up in the squad. Kipke was sent back to guard, and Pete Henderson, a veteran from last year ' s team, was sent into the forward position. For the remainder of the season, Pete played a good brand of ball, but the shifting of positions had made a gap that was hard to bridge. On February eleventh, Minnesota gave the Wolver- ines their worst beating of the season. Henderson was Michigan ' s star of the evening, but the combined efforts of every man on the team could not stop the Gopher ' s onslaught, and at the end of the game, the northerners led by eleven points. The score was 27-16. Purdue, up to this point, had had a remarkably successful season, and journeyed to Ann Arbor with more confidence than was good for them. On paper, Purdue had the game won, but on the floor, made a sad looking -r-r.T.r .T-r.T.r. [266] spectacle. Michigan showed superiority in every branch of the game. Of the thirty-four points registered by Michigan, half this number were scored by George Hag- garty. In spite of the fact that he was closely guarded, Haggarty broke away time after time, and sank baskets from nearly every part of the floor. Kipke collected his share of the points, and was largely instrumental in check- ing the Purdue offense. The next game was a " heart-breaker " for Michigan. Indiana was known to have a strong team, but was not considered seriously among the foremost teams of the Conference. Throughout, the game was close, with Mich- igan leading most of the way. Near the end of the game, with the Wolverines leading by one point, and Michigan putting up a remarkable exhibition of stalling, a pass was intercepted, and an Indiana forward dropped a bas- ket from the center of the floor. Before the two teams could line up again, the game was over. In spite of the fact that Michigan had registered a clean-cut and decisive victory over Purdue earlier in the season, a hard battle was looked for in the return game; and in this, Mather ' s men were not disappointed. Pur- due was in her prime, and the 24-20 score was the best indication of the closeness of the struggle. Purdue showed a much better brand of basketball than previously, and this, coupled with the fact that she was playing on her own floor, aided in giving her the victory. Michigan repeated its victory over Iowa, when on February twenty-fifth the second game was played at Iowa City. The final score was 27-25. Doyle was the outstanding performer of the evening, while the work of the rest of the team was up to standard. Chicago failed to repeat her previous victory. Like most of the games in which Michigan played, the score was close throughout, the final minutes being devoted [267] HENDERSON " Pete ' played a great game at forward during most of the sea- son. His defensive work was a source of worrn to any man who opposed him. McWooo " Bus " was a dependable center, and had an exceptionally good eye for the basket. nl DENG Roy was an aggressive guard who played throughout the sea- son. His consistent work on the defense will be missed next year. MoRGARIDGE " Ken " was one of the fastest men on the squad, and played at forward in the majority of Michigan ' s games. He has two more years of competition. to a systematic stall by the Michigan team. Doyle, who jumped against the Chicago center, while the ball was being fought for in Chicago ' s territory, consistently tapped the ball out of the court, or made scrimmage necessary. It was a wonderful exhibition, and was largely responsible for the final score being 24-23 in favor of Michigan. The last two games of the season were played away from home, and in each Mather ' s men were defeated. Indiana and Illinois were both victorious, but both only after hard games. The Hoosiers collected thirty-one points while Michigan was running up twenty. Illinois defeated her opponents by three points, after one of the fiercest battles of the season, the final score being 23-20. In the Conference, Michigan won half her games, winning two from Iowa and losing two to Indiana. With each of the other schools Michigan won one and lost one. That Michigan was in seventh place at the close of the the season does not indicate the relative position. Not for many years have there been so many teams evenly matched as during the past season. Chicago, Illinois, Purdue, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Indiana all had teams of about equal strength, and the fact that Michigan registered one victory over all these teams with the ex- ception of Indiana, and of Wisconsin whom she did not play, indicates the close rating of the various teams. With Captain-elect Haggarty, Morgaridge and Doyle, all " M " men from this year ' s squad, and with Cherry back in uniform, Mather should have a good nucleus around which to build his next season ' s team. .T.T-T-T-T-T T-T 268 Minor Sports CAPTAIN RORICH Rorich ranked among the best ten- nis men in the Con- ference, and his steady game wore down many of his . opponents. 1923 Tennis Team WINNING nine out of twelve games, tying in two, and losing only one, Michigan ' s tennis team completed the most successful year since the net game became a Varsity sport. In defeating Lan- sing, Saginaw, Michigan Aggies, Illinois, Carnegie Tech, Penn State, Lehigh, Wisconsin and Minnesota, the racket wielders made an enviable record. They broke even with Carnegie Tech and lost to Swarlhmore by the close score of four to three. Michigan took her share of the victories in the Conference matches, by winning three and tying for one. She defeated Illinois by a score of 4-2; Wisconsin 6-0; Minnesota 5-1; and tied with Chicago 3-3. In the Conference meet " Chuck " Merkle proved his worth by annexing the Singles Championship. The team of 1923 was composed of Captain Rorich, Fred Sanchez, Charles Merkle, and Edward Kline. Kline and Sanchez will be lost by graduation, leaving Merkle and Rorich as the ex- perienced men. With the consistent playing of these two men and with a strong Freshman team Michigan ' s hopes for 1924 look very bright. Although the entire team played good tennis at all times, the steady game of Rorich and the sensational work of Merkle are especially of note. MERKLE KLINE RORICH ;270] Hockey ' Team CAPTAIN KAHN Kahn was one of the fastest men on the ice of any in the Confer- ence. He was a con- stant source of worry to the opposing defense. MICHIGAN ' S ice navigators faced a difficult schedule this year, but nevertheless won six out of eleven games played, lost four, and tied one. Captain " Eddie " Kahn and Reynolds were easily the outstanding stars of the team. Peterman was always ready with his stick, and Weitzel at goal made many sensational stops. Beresford and Anderson were an excellent wing combination. Quirk made his debut for the Wolverines in the third Wisconsin game, and during the remainder of the season played a great game, both on the offense and defense. Practically all the games were closely fought, and in every case the team play of the Michigan chasers featured. The season summary as follows: Michigan 3 Notre Dame 1 Michigan 3 American School of Osteopathy 6 Michigan 3 Wisconsin Michigan 2 Wisconsin 2 Michigan 2 Notre Dame 1 Michigan 3 Wisconsin Michigan 3 Wisconsin 1 Michigan 1 Minnesota 2 Michigan Minnesota 2 Michigan 1 Minnesota 7 Michigan 3 Minnesota 2 PETERMAN BERESFORD LEVI LINDSTROM BARSS, Coach KAHN REYNOLDS RICE, Manager QUIRK TODD WEITZEL 271} 1923 Team CAPTAIN SMITH Hugh had the advan- tage over most of his opponents because of his remarkable accu- racy. He played a con- sistent game through- out the season. TO have played two Conference games and to have won both decisively, speaks well for Michigan ' s golfers. With two new men on the team they made a very good record for the second year of competition in Conference golf. Sweaters were awarded to the following men: Captain Smith, Moreau S. Crosby, Robert Hastings, and Robert Potter. As this sport is becoming more popular an excellent team for 1924 is anticipated. Every member of the team played consistent golf throughout the season. The steady game of Captain Smith is especially worthy of note. Results of the Conference matches are as follows: Michigan 14 Michigan 11 Ohio 10 Chicago 2 HASTINGS CROSBY TRUEBLOOD, Coach POTTER SMITH 272] 1923-1924. Wrestling Team MICHIGAN made its debut into the wrestling field this year, and considering the many obstacles which are bound to confront a venture of this sort, was unusually successful. Experience was sadly lacking and an absence of confidence was evident. However, several promising grapplers were uncovered, who, after this year ' s training and experience should prove valuable to the mat team next season. Rose in the 145 pound class was the most valu- able man on the Wolverine squad. Doty also handled himself well. Everything seems to indicate that in the very near future, wrestling at Michigan will become one of the leading Minor sports. Results of the meets as follows: Michigan 6 Michigan 5 Michigan 2 Michigan Michigan 4 Michigan 2 Michigan 11 Purdue Ohio Iowa Illinois Wisconsin Indiana M. A. C. 20 18 21 26 16 24 9 GlLLARD ROSE DEFOE FERENZ MEADS RICE. Manager BARKER, Coach DOTY [273] CAPTAIN KEARNS Kearns has been one of the main- stays of the Michi- gan team for three years, and his loss by graduation this i ear will be keenly felt by next year ' s squad. Swimming " Team THE 1924 swimming team further advanced in gaining laurels for Michigan in this sport. Participating in four scheduled meets, they annexed one, tied one, and placed second with a score of 14 points in the Conference meet. Early in the season, North- western defeated the Wolverines with a score of 45 to 23. As before, the team was handicapped by inadequate facilities for practice, and only by their consistent and determined efforts were they able to attain the success they did. Certainly a decided spurt to prominence will be taken by swimming when the much needed Union po ol is completed. The team was under the leadership of Jack Kerns, and tutored by Coaches Barnes and Mann, the latter from the Detroit Athletic Club. BARNES, Coach JOHNSON VAUPRE Govv WHITTINGHAM RICE. Manager MIELZINGER MANN, Asst. Coach KEARNS SEIDMAN KERR MlLNER [274] ELMER D. MITCHELL Director of Intramural Athletics ROBERT O. Yorxo 1923-1924 Intramural Manager Development of Intramural Athletics THE Intramural Department at Michigan was established by Mr. Floyd Rowe at the beginning of the 1913-14 school year as a branch of the Athletic Association. The program included 13 sports, in which 2058 contestants were entered. In the two succeeding years the activities were gradually extended to reach a larger number of participants each year. In 1917, the advent of the war caused the department to be temporarily dissolved, its work being continued on a smaller scale under the supervision of the S. A. T. C. The Department was reorganized in the year 1919-20. Mr. Rowe had taken another position in the meanwhile, and the position of Director was filled by Elmer Mitchell, who had been a member of the Varsity coaching staff. The impetus which the war gave to ath- letics, the increased enrollment in the University, and the cumulative experience of previous years combined to make the first year more successful than any previous to the war. A total of 3054 students participated in the thirteen types of athletics offered. Nor did the increase prove to be temporary, for each year since then has exhibited a progressive extension in both scope and the number of participants until, during the year 1922-23, approximately 7300 students competed in the twenty-one sports promoted by the Department. In the Fall of 1921, the Department was transferred from the Athletic Association to the Division of Hygiene and Public Health. The Athletic Association has continued to permit the use of the Ferry field equipment by the Department and the change of adminis- tration has in no way hindered the Intramural work. .T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T. |275] WILLIAM H. MERNER Field Director of Intramural Athletics CLAIR V. LANGTOX Assistant Director of Intramural Athletics Sports 3XCanagers Fall Sports, HARRY W. McCoBB ' 25 Baseball, GEORGE C. WEITZEL ' 25 Minor Sports, ALEX C. GOETZE ' 25 FRATERNITY RESULTS Speedball Basketball Playground Ball Outdoor Track Indoor Track Wrestling Hockey Bowling Highest Score in Conference Meet Tennis Swimming Cross Country Handball Horse Shoes Indoor Relay Foul Shooting BETA THETA Pi BETA THETA Pi PHI GAMMA DELTA PHI SIGMA KAPPA DELTA CHI PHI CHI ALPHA DELTA PHI DELTA THETA PHI PHI SIGMA KAPPA KAPPA Nu BETA THETA Pi PHI SIGMA KAPPA KAPPA Nu KAPPA BETA Psi PHI GAMMA DELTA PHI SIGMA DELTA .T.r-TT-r [276] Beta Theta Pi championship inter-fraternily speed ball learn. The Betas defeated all op- ponents in the inter-fraternity swimming meets. Speedball championships were annexed by the ' 24 Lits for four consecutive years. The sophomore Engineers annexed the class hockey tournament. -T-T-T-r-r.T,T,T-T-T.T_T.r-T.T-T-T-T.T-T-T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T. -ill L Kipke ran over twenty yards, through a broken field, for a touchdown, after he received a pass from L ' lerilz in the 0. S. 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McCLENAHEN WILLIAM C. MCCLENAHEN PROF. L. N. GRAM MR. G. S. WILLIAMS MR. G. L. ALT DR. W. E. FORSYTHE CHARLES A. MILLER JOHN R. POLHAMUS WILLIAM K. SAUNDERS HERBERT F. SCHIEFER RILEY J. SIPE EDWARD J. TALASKI RUSSELL H. TRITES RORERT L. WHITTAKER DONALD A. ZINN 1301] BRAZELL RAWLINGS KENT HAKUSUI VINIERATOS RITCHIE CAMERON " BIGGS MINER LlND LlNDBLAD WHITTLESEY SADLER BRAGG COE Quarterdeck PILOTS DEAN MORTIMER E. COOLEY PROFESSOR HERBERT C. SADLER PROFESSOR EDWARD M. BRAGG ASSISTANT PROFESSOR A. F. LINDBLAD OFFICERS GEORGE C. WHITTLESEY CHARLES B. COE . WALTER E. LIND GIBSON M. CAMERON HOWARD E. BIGGS N. J. BRAZELL MATSUZO HAKUSUI LELAND H. KENT SEAMEN Commodore Vice-Commodore Purser Steward JOHN A. MIXER WRAY W. RAWLINGS EDWIN F. RITCHIE SPIROS D. VINIERATOS [ 302] i McCoBB HOUGH CONNABLE LIVINGSTONE WITTMAS REINKE STEGER MILLER FISKE GARLINGHOUSE ROESSER STEELE DEISTER SABO HAGGARTY UPJOHN DUNNE ETHERIDGE HUMMER Sphinx HONORARY MEMBERS ROBERT A. CAMPBELL WILBUR R. HUMPHREYS HARRY C. CARVER CHARLES B. VIBBERT J. A. C. HILDNER CHARLES P. WAGNER ACTIVE MEMBERS Pharaoh Roumi, Passer of the Phlying Pigskin .... Cuniform, Engraver of Hieroglyphics .... Cushcush, Guardian of the Tainted Tithes Gamok, Triumphant Tenor of the Desert . Zinhab, Director of the Desert Dance .... Hyhmapor, Chamberlain of the Royal Vintages Tetatyply, Imperial Censor of the Press Skorum, Pursuer of the Elusive Spheroid . Maachach, Recruiter for Pharaoh ' s Harem Dunhill, Keeper of the Peace Pipes Longlost, Ancient Member of the Invisible Council Phlilof, Chief Player at the Royal Theatre Hamul, Master of the Egyptian Games Auburnair, Chief Gunner of the Catapaults . . Breezenees, Graceful Glider Across Deserts. Kheper, Leader of the Gizeh ' s " 440 " .... Kandid, Exalted Member of the Diplomatic Corps Ironsides, Annihilator of the Front Line Opposition Arfpint, Delegate to Little Egypt " BEANIE " DUNNE " HERB " STEGER . " BILL " ETHERIDGE . 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MOORE HUBBARD POLHAMUS MORSE FELLOWS STEGMEIER SAUNDERS HOSTRUP Tau Ti OFFICERS JOHN R. POLHAMUS HENRY H. HUBBARD TOM S. EDWARDS JAMES W. MORSE President Vice-PresidenI Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary ARTHUR D. MOORE Treasurer ACTIVE MEMBERS ERNEST .1. ABBOTT MAITLAND B. BLEECKER JOHN A. BOWEN CALVIN A. CAMPBELL LAWRENCE J. CRANE FRANK C. CUTTING TOM S. EDWARDS JULIAN R. FELLOWS ROGER C. GLEASON WALDO K. GREINER BENJAMIN F. HAUSMAN JACOB W. HOSTRUP HENRY H. HUBBAHD MAURICE C. LIBERT DONALD E. MARSH ARTHUR D. MOORE WILLIAM F. MOORE JAMES W. MORSE JOSEPH A. PACKARD PAUL D. PARKER JOHN R. POLHAMUS ELBERT L. POTTER, JR. JOHN W. Ross WILLLIAM K. SAUNDERS H. RlPLEY SCHEMM HERBERT F. SCHIEFER ROBERT W. SEYMOUR CHARLES E. SHEPHERD IRWIN C. STEGMEIER KWAN Y. TANG ROBERT H. WATTLEWORTH WILLETT F. WEBER GEORGE A. WHINERY JOHN WYLLIE, JR. 306] COOK IRWIN ISBEI.L THOMAS ANDERSON PURDOM BLANCHARD DENSMORE SHRINER T ii T elta HONORARY EDUCATIONAL FRATERNITY OMEGA CHAPTER OFFICERS T. LUTHER PURDOM ARNOLD W. BROWN GAIL E. DENSMORE EGBERT ISHELL . RUSSELL THOMAS MANLEY E. IRWIN President Vice- President Treasuer Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Historian CLARNCE H. BLANCHARD Historian PROF. CHARLES SCOTT BERRY Faculty Advisor MEMBERS AMOS C. ANDERSON FORREST G. AVERILL CLARENCE H. BLANCHARD LOREN R. BRINK ARNOLD W. BROWN CLAIRE C. COOK GAIL E. DENSMORE PROF. STANTON E. ELLITT EDWARD J. WILLMAN MANLEY E. IRWIN EGBERT ISBELL T. J. KNAPP CARL F. MAYER ARTHUR A. METCALF T. LUTHER PURDOM WALTER O. SHRINER RUSSELL THOMAS (3071 Alpha Omega HONORARY MEDICAL FRATERNITY UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY JOHN HOPKINS UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA HARVARD SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA COLUMBIA INDIANA CHAPTER ROLL CHICAGO WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN CORNELL TULANE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI McGiLL UNIVERSITY ALFRED M. BARRETT R. E. BARNEY T. I. BAUER G. H. BELOTE HUGH CABOT CARL D. CAMP R. BISHOP CANFIELD FREDERICK A. COLLER DAVID M. COWIE CARL W. EBERBACH CHARLES W. EDMONDS ALBERT G. FURSTENBURG UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA FACULTY SECTION P. H. GARVEY PRESTON M. HICKEY G. CARL HUBER GEORGE R. HERMANN LYNN HOAG HARTHER L. KEIM A. KlRSCHNER WARREN P. LOMBARD ROLLO E. McCOTTER N. F. MILLER P. M. MOORE LEWIS H. NEUBURGH FREDERICK G. NOVY WALTER R. PARKER MAX M. PEET REUBEN PETERSON THEOPILE RAPHAEL W. A. SMITH F. L. 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ALTLAND JOSHUA E. BACON BRUCE G. BOOTH CHARLES I. CAMPBELL CHARLES COLE GEORGE W. COLLINS CHESTER A. DfiWiTT LAWRENCE A. GLEASON DONALD K. GRISIER RICHARD D. HARTNELL BURTON E. HYDE FREDERICK C. QUENTIN M. KLEIN- JAMES H. MAXWELL J. D. MILLER HOWARD M. OSMUN CARLETON B. PEIRCE PAUL B. PIKE LLOYD R. PRESTON- ARTHUR M. SMITH HAROLD M. STEPHENS FRANK J. VANNATTA CARL A. WEINMAN WlLKENING 310] RITTER BROWN SCHRIER COOK JOHNSON SPECTER COLE H. GLASGOW CLARDY ALEXANDER DIEKHOFF TRUEBLOOD BACKSTROM HODGMAN J. J. DUNN VANVALKENBURGH McCuLLY STAFFORD L. GLASGOW J. K. DUNN DE WITT FULLER LAU ' Delta Sigma OFFICERS FRANK BACKSTROM . CHARLES E. HODGMAN RAY ALEXANDER FRANK BACKSTROM JOHN A. BACON GEORGE K. BIGGE OSCAR A. BROWN K. F. CLARDY CHARLES J. COLE DONALD O. COOK JOANNA J. DE ' ITT FRIEDA S. DIEKHOKF JAMES J. DUNN FLORENCE FULLER President Secretary ACTIVE MEMBERS WILLIAM H. FRANKHAUSER HORACE GLASGOW LYMAN J. GLASGOW CHARLES HODGMAN NORMAN B. JOHNSON CLARA B. 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HENRIQUE A. BROUWER, PH.D. JESSE P. ROWE, PH.D. ERMINE C. CASE, PH.D. ASSOCIATE MEMBER WALTER A. VERWIEBE, PH.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE RUSSELL C. HUSSEY, A.B. LAURENCE M. GOULD, B.S., M.A. RALPH L. BELKNAP, B.S.(C.E.) FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE GEORGE S. BUCHANAN W. EBEN BURR E. PAYSON GREGORY E. PERRY LARSON VlLLIAM F. LOWE DEAN B. MCLAUGHLIN ROBERT B. MITCHELL LOWELL K. MOWKR DANIEL C. NUFER JAMES F. PEPPER O. FLOYD POINDEXTER ROBERT A. RADFORD DONALD J. REESE CHESTER B. SLAWSON ALFRED S. WARTHIN DONALD B. WINES ROBERT O. YOUNG [315 FINN PURDY SEELYE BEURMANN C. HALE ALDERTON SABO SLOAN KANE FREDERICKS WETTLAUFER H. HALE WOLFE HAYDEN WINGER L flpha ' Delta Sigma NATIONAL HONORARY ADVERTISING FRATERNITY Sponsored by Associated Advertising Clubs of the World GEORGE A. ALDERTON II BRIGGS BEURMANN JOSEPH J. FINN DONALD FREDERICKS CLAYTON G. HALE HAROLD L. HALE PERRY M. HAYDEN CARL KANE CLAYTON C. PURDY JOHN A. SABO, JR. VILBER M. SEELYE GEORGE E. SLOAN C. GLEN WINGER HERBERT WETTLAUFEH TOWNSEND H. WOLFE 316 DR. FOLGER WATERS WAGENER BARRETT SASS CLENCH HATCH ANDERSON McARDLE KUSTER CLUM Sigm a HONORARY BIOLOGICAL SOCIETY OFFICERS WILLIAM J. CLENCH ALDEN F. ROE LEONARD R. WAGENER President V ice-President Secretary- Treasurer HONORARY MEMBERS PROFESSOR E. C. CASE PROFESSOR M. M. PEET PROFESSOR PAUL M. WELSH F. M. ALLEN H. H. BARTLETT F. N. BLANCHARD F. A. COLLER O. M. COPE A. A. CRISTMAN B. M. DAVIS L. R. DICE J. H. EHLERS H. EMERSON J. E. ANDERSON W. A. ARCHER D. V. BAXTER L. I. BARRETT K. M. BEIERLEIN H. E. BLIGHT C. R. BROWN D. S. BROWN C. F. BYERS N. CAMERON W. J. CLENCH G. W. COLLINS D. H. CONDIT A. C. CURTIS C. M. DAVIS C. O. ERLANSON L. FOLSOM . FORD C. H. FORTUNE FACULTY MEMBERS H. T. FOLGER F. M. GAIGE S. R. GUILD P. B. HADLEY L. V. HEILBRUNN C. LA RUE C. MEADER H. B. LEWIS E. E. NELSON ACTIVE MEMBERS R. L. GLASS H. W. HANN M. H. HATCH G. HARRIS J. K. HAZEL R. C. HUSSEY P. H. JESERICH J. P. JONES R. H. KINGERY K. C. KUSTER T. H. LANGLOIS P. C. LLOYD R. E. McARDLE W. J. McGiLL F. L. McPHAIL N. F. MILLER C. D. MOLL R. L. MUSTARD J. H. MUYSKENS PROFESSOR R. V. SELLARS PROFESSOR R. M. WENLEY DR. F. G. NOVY L. H. NEWBURGH P. 0. OKKELBERG J. F. SHEPHERD E. W. SINK R. WATSON C. V. WELLER U. J. WILE G. R. LA RUE J. B. YOUMANS L. J. YOUNG J. H. NICHOLS W. J. NUNGESTER J. P. PARSONS C. L. PANNABECKER P. B. PIKE L. F. RlTTERSHOFER A. F. ROE H. W. SHIELDS W 7 . M. SIMPSON J. E. SASS T. E. SCHMIDT H. SMITH M. H. SOULE C. A. SWANSON D. VANDUSEN .1. VANOSTEN L. R. WAGENER L. E. WEHMEYEH R. K. WINTERS 1317 iuo RCW ; jApy s SEAU EDVVAR.D L.KUME ; v JOHN E.DltiWtDDIE : " PREDER.ICKM.HAIU.tY ' HUGO STAMGtR A L t X AM DfcR. L .T ROUT W.AR.CM1BALD TURriBULL EUGENE T.CLELAMD JULIAN LEO I. PERRY " : BARRY FROST m ' s mm fmsmm s m:- :::; : --;- ,, [320] Eighteenth Cic iigan Union Opera PRESENTED BY MIMES " COTTON STOCKINGS " Book by CHARLES H. SWORD Lyrics and Music by CHARLES H. SWORD and WILLIAM C. KRATZ CAST Susan LIONEL E. AMES Daniel Walker ........... EDWARD PARNALL Alaric Clark CHARLES LIVINGSTONE Jerry Hastings VERNON MYERS Bobby GEORGE Z. HOFFMAN Polly HOWARD WELSH Fifi JOHN GRYLLS Nedda Calvert JOHN HASSBERGER Claribel Joyous JAMES DRESBACH Mr. Hastings CROSBY REES Dick Service BARRIE HILL Arizona GORDON RICE EDWARD STARK HOWARD VISEL CHARLES COGSHALI. DONALD BACOME WILLIAM HALLEY CLYDE HAGERMAN THOMAS JAVALAS ROBERT MANCHESTER PAUL BRUSKE FREDERICK PINNEY ESMOND BLAIR GEORGE BUCHANAN Show Girls FREDERICK VOGT GEORGE TRIPLETT FRANCIS O ' BRIEN DONALD JOHNSON Girls Chorus DONALD SCOTT HOWARD WILLIAMS WILLARD SPANAGEL STANLEY LEWY Mens Chorus WILLIAM ARNOLD WILLIAM CLORE JOHN SHAW PHILIP MILLER WALKER EVERETT DONALD WARREN EDWIN EDMONDS BURTON FLOYD JAMES GILPIN BENJAMIN BOYCE OSCAR HIRSCHFELD JOHN SCHANTZ GEORGE ROBERTS CHARLES BETTS JOHN BESANCON S. D. HARRIS .1 .- ' .T-Ti-rH 321 ] 1 ' Cotton Stockings 322] ENSEL BILI.INGTON DONMOYER Rows HEINZ HUMMER KANE GRAVES HALE ALDERTON DAVIS HALGRIM PETERSON DRESBACH LYNCH THOMSON- FRANKLIN STAHL PLAIN BRISCOE KRATZ BROMLEY RITCHIE GRAY MACVAY STIMPSON Opera (Committee HOMER HEATH Treasurer E. MORTIMER SHUTER General Director WILLIAM C. KRATZ General Chairman KEMP KEENA Musical Director ROY HOYER Arranger of Dances JOHN D. BRISCOE Assistant General Chairman JOHN BROMLEY Stage Manager CHARLES HEINZ RONALD HALGRIM WILLIAM DONMOYER ROBERT HUMMER JOHN PLAIN Master of Costumes MILTON PETERSON WILLIAM MOORE WILLIAM AUSTIN PHILIP ROWE HOWARD STIMPSON Master of Make-up WILLIAM MACVAY EBEN GRAVES HUGH GRAY HARVEY CLARK LEO I. FRANKLIN Chairman of Program WILLIAM GUTHRIE GEORGE ALDERTON LEE ENSEL BYRON PARKER CARL KANE FRANCIS DAVIS HAROLD HALE EDWARD THOMPSON EDWIN F. RITCHIE Chairman of Orchestra MARION B. STAHL Chairman of Publicity HARRY CLARK RAY BILLINGTON 323 ] STEPHENS PARKER ANDERSON STILES DINWIDDIE TRAVIS GUERNSEY KRATZ FALCONE MOULE BATTLES TAPPAN ROLFE KEENA EHRLICH WEINMAN Union Opera Orchestra KEMP KEENA Piano CHARLES SWORD Director Cellos NORMAN ANDERSON WALTER BATTLES First Violins FRANK STILES REX MOULE HAROLD EHRLICH Second Violins JOHN DINWIDDIE WARREN J. PARKER Viola HERMAN WISE Bass Viol JAMES ROLFE Flute ELWOOD GUERNSEY Trombone LEONARD FALCONE Clarinet CLARENCE TAPPAN Cornels CARL WEINMAN ORVILLE STEPHENS French Horn FORD DAINES Drums RICHARD TRAVIS 324 STILES WEINMAN MYERS HOFFMAN BROMLEY LIVINGSTONE SEAGEARS DINWIDDIE RITCHIE HASSBERGER TRAVIS WELCH HALLEY STAHL SAVAGE STARK FRANKLIN HUMMER BUCHANAN PETERSON REES STOKESBERRY MACVAY STIMPSON AMES KRATZ BRISCOE LYNCH KEENA GRYLLS DRESBACH of The tJltCichigan Union OFFICERS JOHN D. BRISCOE President WILLIAM C. KRATZ V ice-President LAUREN STOKESBERRY Secretary and Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS Louis A. STRAUSS EARL V. MOORE HOMER HEATH BRUCE DONALDSON KEMP KEENA HONORARY MEMBERS ROY HOYER E. MORTIMER SHUTER ACTIVE MEMBERS LIONEL E. AMES JOHN D. BRISCOE JOHN BROMLEY FORMAN G. BROWN GEORGE BUCHANAN JOHN DINWIDDIE JAMES DRESBACH EUGENE L. DUNNE LEO I. FRANKLIN JOHN GRYLLS WILLIAM HALLEY JOHN HASSBERGER G. CARLTON HILL GEORGE Z. HOFFMAN ROBERT HUMMER WILLIAM C. KRATZ CHARLES LIVINGSTONE THOMAS LYNCH HAROLD MARTIN FRANCIS MCPHAIL WILLIAM MACVAY VERNON MYERS EDWARD PARNALL MILTON PETERSON CROSBY REES EDWIN RITCHIE LYMAN C. SAVAGE CLAYTON SEAGEARS MARION B. STAHL EDWARD C. STARK FRANK STILES HOWARD STIMPSON LAUREN STOKESBERRY RICHARD TRAVIS CARL WEINMAN HOWARD WELSH |,| j [325] PALMITER HOFFMAN REES SNYDER ROESSER HENDERSON RICHARDS ROSOFF BROWNING SPANAGEL MCACHERN HILL EFFINGER McGuRK CLARKE FAYFIELD AMES ETHERIDGE VERMILYEA DAVIES JEFFREY PARKER BRIGHT BARLEY SPENCER GEDDES STRAUSS LANGDON KATZ HOAD PIKE KNISLEY GOODMAN TURNBULL WEIMER DRESBACH CHRISTENSEN LIVINGSTONE NELSON SCHLAACK PARNALL TAYLOR HASSBERGER Qomedy Qlub OFFICERS CHARLES LIVINGSTONE RHEA SCHLAACK EDWARD PARNALL . RUTH CHRISTENSEN President V ice-President Treasurer Secretary MEMBERS CHRISTINE ADDISON LIONEL AMES LOITSE BARLEY H. L. BRIGHT ANDREW R. BROWN ALFRED A. BROWNING RUTH CHRISTENSEN KATHRYN CLARKE VALENTINK DAYIES JAMES DRESBACH MARGARET EFFINGER V. B. ETHERIDGE ELWOOD C. FAYFIELD MARGARET GEDDES MARGUERITE GOODMAN JOHN B. HASSBERGER ROBERT HENDERSON BERNIE HILL HORTENSE HOAD GEORGE HOFFMAN DOROTHY JEFFREY VERA KATZ JUNE KNISLEY ELVA LANGDON CHARLES LIYINGSTONE LILLIAN MCEACHERN MADELINE McGuRK LESTER O. PALMITER ARREN PARKER EDWARD PARNALL ELIZABETH PIKE CROSBY REES HOWARD RICHARDS JAMES ROSOFF F. A. ROCKWELL " M. D. ROESSER MARJORIE ROSECRANS RHEA SCHLAACK M. D. SPENCER DON E. SNYDER W. V. SPANAGEL ELIZABETH STRAUSS MARION TAYLOR PHYLLIS TURNBULL DOROTHY WEIMER RUTH VERMILYEA [326 ! M b KNISLEY SMITH BLACK TAYLOR ayers Qlub OFFICERS STACY R. BLACK President THEODOSIA BURTON V ice-President JUNE A. KNISLEY Secretary Ross L. TAYLOR Treasurer CLEMENT A. SMITH Faculty Advisor The Players ' Club seeks to cultivate among its members and patrons higher art in stage presentation, selection, and writing of plays, and in the appreciation, and interpretative and creative use of language. It is main- tained with a view to giving an opportunity for dramatic expressio n to many who otherwise would not have such opportunity. [327] Junior girls ' PlayQlass of 1924. f [328| BELLAMY BARSUM Junior Gjirls ' P ay (Committee HELEN W. BROWN . JEANNE BRIGGS . EDNA KADOW MARGARET BARNUM. GERALDINE TRUSCOTT . ALPHRA LADD MARGARET BEAL ELIZABETH LIEBERMANN LUCILE BELLAMY PROF. J. R. BRUMM . General Chairman Assistant Chairman . Business Manager Advertising Manager Publicity Manager Property Chairman Costume Chairman Lyric Chairman Music Chairman Director 329 | Thousand Years [330; NICHOLS MCEACHERN FREUND JONES BAILEY RICH SCHROEDER STAFFORD SMITH CROOK WALKER NELSON BOORMAN PATTON FERNER McCoMB SCHLAACK NOON MORAN SMEATON HORINE MURRAY Nix KEEGAN GIBSON EFFINGER MILLER VANBUREN KAHN STRAUSS BELLAMY SALISBURY BANKS MUNZ COREY MACLAREN ROCKWELL EWING GOODMAN VERMILYEA LORD CRONIN LEVIN HARRISON WAGNER PIKE CHRISTENSEN CARTER PROF. NELSON JEFFREY WATERWORTH BEAL RITTENHOUSE THORPE STEGGALL HOAD KNISLEY WEIMER AINSWORTH CLARKE GEDDES STRAUSS OFFICERS J. RALEIGH NELSON DOROTHY JEFFREY . VELMA LEIGH CARTER ISABEL WATERWORTH MARGARET BEAL Director . President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer LOUISE BARLEY MARGABET BEAL THEODOSIA BURTON VELMA LEIGH CARTER DOROTHY CAMPBELL RUTH CHRISTENSEN KATHRYN CLARKE PHYLLIS DELF CHARLOTTA EWING ROSALIND FREUND ANN GALE MARGARET GEDDES MARGARET GOODMAN CHARLOTTE HARRISON HORTENSE HOAD MARY IVES MARGUERITE AINSWORTH MARGARET BAILEY FRIEDA BANKS LUCILE BELLAMY HELEN BOORMAN ELEANOR CROOK MARGARET EFFINGER MARY FERNER JANE GIBSON MEMBERS LUVERNE HAYS MARGARET JONES DOROTHY JEFFREY MARGARET ANN KEEGAN JUNE KNISLEY SARAH LEVIN MARGARET LORD HORTENSE MILLER ALVA MOORE MARIAN MUNZ HELEN METZGER FLORENCE NELSON ISABEL NICHOLS VIVIAN NORTH ELIZABETH PIKE MATTIE PROUDFOOT NELLIE RITTENHOUSE NEW MEMBERS ELIZABETH HAYS FRANCES HORENE RUTH KAHN ELVA LANGDON VIRGINIA MCLAREN MINERVA MILLER VERENA MORAN EVELYN MURRAY DOROTHY ROCKWELL SHIRLEY SALISBURY DOROTHY SAUNDERS RHEA SCHLAACK CORNELIA SHEPHERD HELEN STEGGALL CATHERINE STAFFORD CONSTANCE SMITH MARGARET STRAUSS ELIZABETH STRAUSS WINIFRED SMEATON VIRGINIA TANNER RUTH VERMILYEA LUCILLA WALKER ISABEL WATERWORTH DOROTHY WEIMER DOROTHY Nix ABIGAIL NOON ALBERTA OLSEN DOROTHY PATTON MYRENE RICH ETHEL SCHROEDER BERNICE SMITH ISABEL THORPE MARY VAN BUREN nrm 331 1 Senior Play (Committee PAMELA BROWN . DORIS GROUSE . DOROTHY GREENWALD WINIFRED CRAIGIE . BERNADETTE COTE . ELIZABETH CARSON . DOROTHY JEFFREY . FLORA CALLENDER . MADALINE ARNOLD . General Chairman Assistant Chairman . Business Manager Advertising Manager Publicity Manager Property Chairman Costume Chairman Music Chairman Program Chairman 332] ALLEN WIEGAND WALDO JONES McGuRK CARTER WALKER GILHAMS SHEPHERD VAN DEN BERG BEAL CUDDY MCFARLEN FREUND ECKERT PARKS MUNZ MARKS RHINEVAULT ZANG MORIARTY ROCKWELL MACLAREN COREY CLARKE McDowKU. ' Dramatic Society OFFICERS ROSALIND FREUND . MADELINE McGuRK KATHRYN CLARKE . CHARLOTTE ECKERT President Vice-Presidenl Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS BARBARA ALLEN MARGARET BEAL VELMA LEIGH CABTER KATHRYN CLARKE MAUDE COREY WINONA CUDDY PHYLLIS DELF CHARLOTTE ECKERT ROSALIND FRKUND DOHIS GILHAMS DOROTHY JEFFRIES MARGARET JONES MARGARET KIEL BLANCHE KYNAST ELVA LANGDON GERTRUDE McCAULEY ELIZABETH MCDOWELL LILA ZANG DOROTHY MC.FARLEN MADELINE McGuRK VIRGINIA MACLAREN GERTRUDE MARKS AMY MARTIN ANNE MILLER CATHERINE MORIARTY MARIAN MUNZ MEHEL PARKS EMMALOU REA EDYTHE RHINEVAULT DOROTHY ROCKWELL CORNELIA SHEPHERD JANET VAN DEN BERG DOROTHY WALDO LUCILLA WALKER THELMA WIEGAND [333 ay Festival Artists 1924 ? :i? W [336 University of zJtitichigan Q ee Qlub OFFICERS CHARLES I. CAMPBELL . . . . . President JOHN M. RUSSELL . . . . . ' ' . Manager DONALD B. CHUBB . . . . . . " Secretary GEORGE O. BOWEN Vocal Director HAROLD W. JACOX Librarian D. NEIL REID Representative to the Board ASSISTANT MANAGERS CARL SCHOONMAKER KURT J. KREMLICKA CARL E. OHLMACHER FREDERICH PHELPS CHARLES MURRAY HAROLD EHRLICH VARSITY GLEE CLUB PHILIP E. LA ROWE Accompanist First Tenors W. C. KNOX E. I. HERROLD N. K. STAEBLER C. I. CAMPBELL O. H. JEKEL Firs t Basses W. ADAMS J. A. DRYER G. G. ALDER R. L. REID HERBERT WAGNER DUANE CARR F. R. BLISS L. P. RENNELL H. W. JACOX Second Tenors H. G. SCAHILL O. A. STOCKER H. W. RENNINGER S. H. BEAN PAUL DAHLBERG J. K. RAMSEY Second Basses D. N. REID W. E. SCHNEIDER H. A. STORMS D. B. CHUBB E. MURANE 1 I E. SAWYER K. G. WIGLE W. G. H H. L. BRIGHT K. R. KEYDEL JOHN BF L. LANE H. STEPHENS W. W. S , l.--r.T-T-r-T-1 " .T.T.T.T.T-T.T. .-r- T-.-r--r--i---r-T T. -r.-i-.-r.T--r-T-..T r_-r.T---r-T-T--T.T.-r.-r.-r.T- KEITH WILSON L. D. JONES W. T. PALMER C. A. MURRAY ROBERT GRANGER G. J. GOULD G. W. SHERMAN [ 337 ] 13381 CAPT. WILFRED WILSON University of iJ ichigan PERSONNEL WILFRED WILSON Director LLOYD R. PRESTON . ..-..-. Student Director PAUL R. SELLARDS Drum Major CHARLES D. CRAWFORD Assistant Drum Major A. M. SMITH . . . President of the Band J. E. BACON, JR Vice-President NELSON J. WATERS . Librarian Flutes H. M. OSMUN W. C. SHIPLEY Piccolo BENJAMIN BOYCE E Clarinet H. W. HATHAWAY B Clarinets C. S. TAPPAN H. COURTWRIGHT F. L. EVERETT D. A. Fox R. W. MEFFERD S. P. SMISETH A. ROTHSCHILD G. E. BACHMAN H. J. DEASON T. B. RIDER R. L. WOOLLEY E. F. SMELLIE E. HERROLD R. A. CAMPBELL Alto Clarinet R. H. McPHERSON Bass Clarinet E. D. HOEDEMAKER Oboes C. H. BEAHDSLEY H. C. FELVEH Bassoons R. D. HARTNELL R. R. RATHBONE Saxophones A. M. SMITH K. W. HAWKS C. A. DEWITT N. J. WATERS Q. M. KLEIN W. F. BUTLER S. L. SMITH G. W. KIRSCH C. A. CAMPBELL Cornets L. R. PRESTON W. L. MOYER L. C. COOPER H. HALGREN H. W. JACKMAN E. BACON K. E. KIPP S. L. SHUHE O. W. STEVENS R. L. COMB R. B. EVANS D. C. SCHNEIRLA Altos M. B. CURLESS F. C. CUTTING C. W. KLASSEN W. H. McCRACKEN R. A. WATERMAN Baritones J. E. BACON F. W. BRADLEY C. H. MORGENSTERN Trombones J. K. ALTLAND D. J. BULLOCK P. H. B. PIKE J. G. SCHEPERS S. E. YING W. E. BATTLES Bass Trombone H. E. FRITSCHE Basses J. D. MILLER H. F. WARD C. W. HUNTER M. G. LEACH C. Wu Snare Drums II. K. LATTA C. M. ACKERMAN J. T. ENGLE H. L. WILSON D. GOLDSMITH Long Drum D. K. GRISIER Cymbals A. L. GLEASON Tympani C. S. WILBUR .T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T;T:T. -T.T-T.T.T-T.T- ;339] iil H ROBERT A. CAMPBELL CARLETON B. PEIRCE Faculty Manager Student Manager ROBERT A. CAMPBELL CARLETON B. PEIRCE WILLIAM GRAULICH, JR. A. MACL.AREN WHITE ARTHUR R. HARTWELL MANAGERIAL STAFF RICHARD R. WHIPPLE CHARLES V. MULLETT A. LEE GREGORY C. MULLETT A. WHITE A. GREGORY W. GRATI.ICH [340; DUFFENDOCK ScHROEDERTWALUNGTON BECKMAN McMANUS NAI ' E PEACOCK V ' AN DEN BURG WATERWORTH PACKARD ROSZEL BURDICK BAIRD Cl.ARKE WALDO ROOKS BARTHOLOMEW ZlEGLER L.AWTON HOWARD PlKE EMMONS NELSON BREDIN BENSON FAST FRANK JAMESON HARSH CARMERON SCHERER BROADHEAD COULTON HASKELL BORING BLACK SANDERS BARLOW HUMPHREYS MUNRO COOPER PUTNAM MO REY CHRISTENSEN NICHOLS JENNINGS MAIER JENKS HYDE BAYLE GILHAMS KARLE BELLAMY PRICE BROWN KLEYN LANE WESTPHAL BLAGDON MAHAFFY REYNOLDS University Qirls Qlee Qlub MAUDE C. KLEYN Directress DOROTHY LANE President HELEN BROWN V ice-President DOROTHY WESTPIIAL Secretary LORAINE PRICE Treasurer CHARLOTTE BLAGDON Manager STATIRA BUTMAN . ... Auditor ESTHER MAHAFFY Librarian Lucn LE BELLAMY Accompanist F ' irst Sopranos FRANCES ADAMS DOROTHY COULTON SHIRLEY LAWTON ETHEL SCHROEDER VIOLET BAYLE FLORA DUFFENDOCK ESTHER MAHAFFY MARGARET TRAINER LILLIAN BECKMAN OLIVE FAST MIRIAM MANSFIELD JANET VAN DEN BERG ROWENA BENSON HOPE HALLADAY MARIAN MUNROE VERA WALLINGTON ELEANOR BURDICK MARY JAMESON VIVIAN NAFE EDNA WHITNEY STATIRA BUTMAN RUTH JENNINGS MILDRED PACKARD DOROTHY ZIEGLER ISABELLE CAMERON ELSIE KARLE RUTH ROOKS INGHID ALVING LORETTA COOPER DOROTHY KNAPP ELAINE SCHF.RER Second Sopranos ' n LUCILLE BARTHOLOMEW CHARLOTTE HOWARD DOROTHY LANE ISABELLK NICHOLS MARY BRASHEAR IDA JENKS LILLIAN LATHERS ELIZABETH PIKE FRANCES BREDIN DOROTHY KALMBACK HELEN MCBRATNIE EMILY SHEPARD HILDA FRANK MARGARET ANN KEEGAN RUTH MOREY DOROTHY WESTPHAL NANCY HARSH First Altos KITTY BROADHEAD FRANCES GORSLINE ALICE MAIER HELEN ROSZEL HELEN BROWN DOROTHY HARTSHORN ELIZABETH McMANUS KATHERINE SANDERS EDNA CHRISTENSEN LAURA HYDE FLORENCE NELSON ISABELLE WATERWORTH CONSTANCE CLARKE HELEN JOHNSON LILA REYNOLDS DORIS GILHAMS JEANETTE EMMONS Second Altos i LYDIA BAIRD CHARLOTTE BLAGDON HARRIET HOLLON HARRIET PUTNAM MARIAN BARLOW FRANCES BORING LOUISE HUMPHREYS MARGARET STUART CLARIBEL BOWEN GRACE FRY VIOLET PEACOCK DOROTHY WALDO MARGARET BECK MARY HASKELL LORAINE PRICE JANE WHITE MARGARET BLACK ELEANORA HAWN " i n | -T.T--.r.T-r-r.r.- -.r.T.T.T.T.r.r.T-T.r.T.- -r-TT- r-r.r-T.T.T-r.T T-, T.T.T.T, T rb [341 ] MAXWELL ALVING BREWER SCHIMANSK.Y ANDERSON HORINE MASLINE IDE SMITH SWING STANTON LEWIS University (girls ' zJ andolin lub EVELYN SMITH President INGRID ALVING Secretary and Treasurer ELIZABETH LEWIS . Librarian INGRID ALVING DOROTHY ANDERSON SARA BACKER RUTH BOVVEN LUCRETIA BREWER ARLENE EWING FRANCES HORINE FRANCES IDE MEMBERS ELIZABETH LEWIS CAMILLE MASLINE LUCILLE MAXWELL HELEN PAULSON HELEN SCHIMANSKY EVELYN SMITH CATHERINE STANTON MARGARET STUART BLANCHE VINCENT [342) WEIDMAN Cov BRASHEAR SHERMAN SHIMP OPPENHEIM HAUXWELL BROWN HASTINGS FOSTER WOLTER HUBBARD WILSON THOMPSON WOODWARD SHINKMAN E. JOHNSON SHELDON P. JOHNSON Nix KENT-MILLER KELDER SHATTUCK GROFF Freshman Cjirls Qlee Qlub MARY KF.NT-MII.I.FR President CATHF.RINF. KF.I.DF.R . Vire-Prpsideni DOROTHY ALICE Nix Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS GERTRUDE BAILEY MINNA MILLER KATHARINE BOOTH DOROTHY ALICE Nix KATHRYN BRADY EMILY OPPENHEIM i:| Y ILois BRASHEAR AGNES PURDIE HELEN D. BROWN MARGARET ROWLING MARIAN COY RUTH SCHERMAN Y FLORENCE FOSTER ROSLYN SELKER MAXINE GEDDES AGNES SHELDON LUCILE GROFF MARGARET SHATTUCK ELIZABETH HASTINGS MARGARET SHERMAN VERA HAUXWELL MAXINE SHINKMAN ZELMA HOKIN HELEN SHIMP TUNIE HOLT FLORINEL T. STARR KATHERINE HUBBARD ELIZABETH THOMPSON i ELLEN JOHNSON HELEN WOLTF.R CATHERINE KELDER IRMA K. WEIDMAN MARY KENT-MILLER GERTRUDE WELCH HARRIET LEVY JULIA WILSON DOROTHY LOUGHER EMILY WOODWARD ' -T- ' T-T-I .T.T-T-T-T-T-r-T-T.T.T-T-- r-i---r--r-T-- I --- --r-T-j--r.-r.-r.-r.-r-T.-r-3_-j -T--T-T--T.T-T-T.T T-T-T-T-T-T-T: ' .--. T-T.T-T-r.T,- T,T T.T.T, ' ' ' .! [3431 Symphonic JPeague OFFICERS HELEN BLAHNICK President LUCILE BELLAMY ... ... V ice-President MARGUERITE SHATTUCK Secretary PAULINE KAISER Treasurer EVELYN CONLIN Social Chairman LORNA BATDORFF . ....... Scholarship Chairman Lois BAKER . Advisory Chairman 1344] MAPES HOLLANDS HAAB CORBETH DORRANCE RANKIN HOWE WHEELER VANSlCKLE HUTZEL PRINCE MILES COVERT HAIGHT BATDORFF Stanley (Chorus OFFICERS VERA PRINCE MRS. A. HUTZEL. MRS. W. WHEELER RUTH ANDREWS LORNA BATDORFF HAZEL CORBETH MRS. H. COVERT FELICE DORRANCE ALMA HAAB ANTOINETTE HAIGHT ESTHER HOLLANDS DORIS HOWE MEMBERS GLADYS HUESGEN MRS .A. HUTZEL NOLA MAPES ETHEL MILES VERA PRINCE LAURA RANKIN MRS. A. VANSICKLE WINIFRED WALKER ELEANOR WELSH GRACE WHEELER President Secretary- Treasurer Director P. HI Pi ' ri I: 345] IMMEL KYNAST BACKSTROM J. K. DUNN PRYOR JOHNSON TRUE BLOOD DlEKHOFF HOCKING PROPHET BLAGDON Oratorical Association Oratorical Board OFFICERS J. KYUANG DUNN President LYMAN J. GLASGOW V ice-President FRIEDA S. DIEKHOFF Secretary FRANK H. BACKSTROM Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS THOMAS C. TRUEBLOOD RAY K. IMMEL RICHARD D. T. HOLLI STER Louis M. EICH DELEGATES-AT-LARGE BLANCHE V. KYNAST EDWARD C. PROPHET MILLARD H. PRYOR DELEGATES FROM SOCIETIES BEATA C. WAGNER, Athena WILFRED HOCKING, Adelphi CHARLOTTE A. BLAGDON, Portia NORMAN B. JOHNSON, Alpha Nu EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE J. KYUANG DUNN, Chairman FRANK H. BACKSTROM FRIEDA S. DIEKHOFF RICHARD D. T. HOLLISTER [346] Michigan Affirmative Team Michigan Negative Team ALEXANDER JOHNSON SHRIER SPECTER J. J. DUNN (Central Debating J eague H. GLASGOW MICHIGAN-CHICAGO-NORTHWESTERN Question: " Resolved, that the United States should enact a law giving to strikes and their concomitant activities the same legality they are given under the English Industrial Disputes Act of 1906. " J eague " Debates MICHIGAN-ILLINOIS-WISCONSIN Question: " Resolved, that the drainage project of the Chicago sanitary district in so far as it involves the diversion of such quantity of water as may be necessary to provide adequate sanitation for the city of Chicago should be permanently guaranteed " . (International treaty rights waived). Michigan Affirmative Team- Michigan Negative Team SALZMAN N ' OWICKI WlGLE SlBLEY COOK PEAR 347 | Michigan Affirmative Team Michigan Negative Team LAU STAFFORD FULLER McCULLY DEWlTT VANVALKENBURGH Michigan-Ohio ' Debating J eague Question: " Resolved, that the Towner-Sterling Bill should be enacted ' Activities 1922-1923 Northern Oratorical J eague The Northern Oratorical League is composed of the Oratorical associations of the Univer- sity of Michigan, Northwestern University, the University of Wisconsin, the State University of Iowa, the University of Minnesota, and the University of Illinois. At the annual oratorical contest of the University of Michigan, Gerrit Demmink took first honors, receiving the Chicago Alumni Medal and the Paul Gray Testimonial, and repre- sented the University of Michigan in the Northern Oratorical League, and took third honor. Atkinson fCemorial (Contest The contestants are those who qualify by winning honors in the semi-annual Extempo- raneous Speaking Contests. Belford W. Lawson took first honors and received the Atkinson Testimonial and Medal. Adelphi- Alpha WQ Freshman Debate On the Question, " Resolved, that the presidential candidate should be nominated by direct primaries to be held simultaneously throughout the United States " , Adelphi House of Reprsentatives won from Alpha Nu. Athena -T ' ortia Freshman Woman Debate On the question, " Resolved that the United States should join the League of Nations " , Athena Society won from Portia. 348 ri it i f t ? y y Jl t-Mi %. HI? f . RICHARDSON GOWER PRYOR FORD SCHWER WHITE RATTRAY MEADER JOHNSON TAYLOR CALLAHAN MITCHELL WRIGHT HARRIS LIPPERT BOWERSOX SMITH MAGEL KNAPP GREENE WATTS KREMLICKA HOFFMAN DYKSTRA BONELLO CHICK JOHNSTON SAWYER GOODALL MURRAY SHOESMITH STRONG COOK PEAR O ' NEILL BENEDICT APPELHOF HOCKING DIXON ALEXANDER PRYOR STERN . CRAWFORD J AY WHITE i House of Representatives Firsl Semester RAY L. ALEXANDER MILLARD H. PRYOR W. CORNELIUS DIXON ALBERT W. STERN WILFRED HOCKING OFFICERS Speaker Clerk Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms Second Semester MILLARD H. PRYOR ALBERT W. STERN HARRY MITCHELL HOMER D. STRONG Oratorical Delegate WILFRED HOCKING 1924 R. ALEXANDER G. APPELHOF C. A. BENEDICT R. J. CHICK D. COOK W. G. SCHWER G. O ' NEILL T. G. BERNTHAL S. BORUKI D. W. CLEPHANE W. A. FREIMUTH J. A. JAY R. H. CALLAHAN W. C. DIXON R. W. GOODALL J. W. HOLMES S. BONELLO N. BOWERSOX K. R. CRAWFORD G. O. DYKSTRA B. SHOESMITH K. WIGLE N. W. WHITE R. FORD C. D. DEMARAY A. GREENE W. J. LIPPERT W. E. LUSTFIELD N. H. MAGEL H. MITCHEL W. J. MEAKER C. E. HOFFMAN K. KREMLICKA T. M. PRYOR J. W. ROLFE 1927 C. GOWER E. HARRIS W. H. JOHNSTON T. HUNTER W. HOCKING E. HOWARD J. HILTON S. S. KNAPP W. MURRAY W. E. PEAR M. H. PRYOR M. RATTRAY F. SMITH A. E. SAWYER H. STRONG E. A. STEPHEN A. M. STERN C. S. TAPPAN C. F. WHITE H. RICHARDSON W. E. TAYLOR J. B. WATTS 349] LIKERT STAEBLE R WAGNER O ' BRIEN FISHER NEITZERT DAVIS SEI.MEIER BRUMBAUGH RYAN ALLABEN BRENNAN WILLIAMS WHI TCOMB W. LINE HEROLD SlBLEY SOUFFROU HARPER DESMOND BEAN J. J. DUNN SALZMAN CORY JOHNSON J. K. DUNN VICKERY CROWELL HARRINGTON F. LINE H I appa T hi Sigma zAlpha (u Chapter , ; OFFICERS . First Semester Second Semester E. H. SALZMAN President E. W. CORY E. W. CORY Vice-President J. J. DUNN E .C. OWEN Secretary R. E. FISHER J. J. DUNN Treasurer O. E. DESMOND N. B. JOHNSON Oratorical Delegate N. B. JOHNSON MEMBERS . F. R. ALLABEN L. GIBSON F. G. ORTMAN G. V. BEAN H. S. HANSEN E. C. OWEN A. E. BIGGE J. S. HANSLOVOSKY J. V. PAGE G. E. BIGGE E. D. HANSON A. J. PAUL W. R. BRENNAN M. H. HARRINGTON E. C. PROPHET J. K. BRUMBAUGH R. D. HARPER W. S. RAE A. .). BUFFINGTON C. E. HODGMAN M. P. RHODES L. B. BUTLER T. R. HORNBERGER R. M. RYAN IE. W. CORY G. A. HEROLD E. H. SALZMAN H. E. CROWELL E. R. ISBELL T. C. SCHNEIRLA F. A. CUTHBERT N. B. JOHNSON H. L. SELMEIER E. V. DAVIS P. H. KELLEY V. M. SEELYE G. E. DENSMORE J. W. KELLOGG B. B. SlBLEY O. E. DESMOND F. V. LAMBERTSON H. E. SOUFFROU T. J. DONAHUE R. LIKERT J. A. SPAEDER S. B. DOUGHTON F. R. LINE N. 0. STAEBLER : D. D. DUNN W. H. LINE J. A. VICKERY .1. J. DUNN R. C. MASTERS G. F. WAGNER J. K. DUNN V. S. McEACHERN A. F. WEICHEL V. R. EMBLIDGE H. J. MERRICK M. M. WHITCOMB R. E. FISHER H. NEITZERT D. E. WILLIAMS D. B. FREDERICK A. G. NELSON H. C. WILLIAMS F. T. O ' BRIEN [ .T-.T-T.-.r.-.r.T.r.-.-.-.T-T " .T.I I-.T.T T.T.T.T. ' ' -T ' T-T-T-T-T T-T T-T-T-T.T T.T.T-T-T. T_ -T.T.T.T.T.r.T- .. ,.,_ r _ T , r . 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KOHENKIEWICZ NAVARRE BARRON FLOYD CORY ARTHUR ELMER SELDEN HUNTTING PAUL KEVIN WILLIAM LEWIS ELMER MESNER ROLAND SCHMIDT JOHN HEILIG HERBERT OCHNER HUGH SLOSS GEORGE ANDRLIK WILLIAM HOOPKH ALFRED STUAHT GRADUATES Dow V. BAXTER RICHARD E. MC.ARDLE SENIORS IRWIN S. BOOTH LAWRENCE M. FOLSOM JUNIORS JERRY BENSON PAUL DALKE KENNETH FEHLIG JOHN JUDSON OTTO G. KOENIG BERT LEXEN EDWARD McGRAW SOPHOMORES ELDRED MARTELL MARCUS RHODES EDWARD STREAM ARNOLD TOIVONEN FRESHMEN JAMES CONELLY CLIFTON LUTES PAUL YAN-HEK BRUCE BUELL WILLIAM STAHL WILLIAM II. COLE GERALD HARRIS JOHN SASS KENNETH CARTER CLARE DOSTER HENRY HULLETT MYRON KAHLER ARISTOMENES KYRIAKOPULOS IRA MASON- JACK ROSE FREDERICK SPARROW NORMAN MUNSTER IVAN SIMS NORMAN STARK JOHN HANLEY HAROLD RANK IN Ross WALES [373 THOMPSON BACH KOON H Prescott OFFICERS FREDERICK J. WENZLER President ERNEST F. BACH. . . . Vice-President MARGARET E. KOON ;...,...... . Secretary ANITA T. THOMPSON Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS EDWARD H. KRAUS, PH.D., Sc.D. CLIFFORD C. GLOVER, M.S. CHARLES H. STOCKING, B.S., Pn.C. VlI.LIAM J. McGlLL, M.S. LKONARD R. WAGENER. M.S. STUDENT MEMBERS ERNEST E. BACH ARVID P. BAYNE HAZEL BRANDT EARL A. BURK WILLIAM P. CUSICK DONALD E. DAVIS ANDREW C. FREITAG OSCAR C. GORENFLO BURTON GROFF CYRIL F. HANFT J. J. HOWBRIDGE MARGARET KOON LOUISE MAT-TERN HARRY V. MUENEHINGER JUSTIN L. POWERS CHARLES A. RICKSECKER DARVIN E. SACHEROFF BLAINE A. SCHNALL WALTER H. SCOTT ANITA THOMPSON FREDERICK J. WENZLER MADGE WALBORN JOSEPH W. WARNER HELEN YOUNG -T-T.T- .i.r.r.T.r.T.r.T.T. 374 STEPHEN HAYDEN HARTWELL WATERS GOTTISG CHURCH REID HEMENGER POWER ANDERSON KOCH ROSE MOHR G. HENWOOD HENWOOD TOBIN FREITAG SEPANSKI RYAN CU RLESS PEAR SPOUTZ HATHAWAY KERSTEN MACDONALD BERNTHAL CHICK STR UB HUSSELMAN PROPHET SEWELL MURRAY BUCK LEWIS The (Chamber of (Commerce of the University o OFFICERS R. DOUGLAS SEWELL WESLEY L. MURRAY GEORGE E. LEWIS . CLARK H. STEVENS . ROBERT J. CHICK ROBERT C. STRAUB . CLARENCE R. KERSTEN EDWARD C. PROPHET JOHN A. HUSSELMAN Louis A. BUCK . DEAN E. E. DAY JOHN J. SPOUTZ DIRECTORS STACY R. BLACK President First V ' ice-President Second V ice-President Third V ice-President Fourth Vice-President General Secretary Asst. General Secretary Financial Secretary Treasurer Chairman Board of Directors . . . Faculty Conference RUDOLPH B. ANDERSON HAROLD V . riATHAW Al MEMBERS 1921 N H J. H. BAIRD H. W. HATHAWAY V. H. CHURCH L. D. BATDORFF J. HENWOOD M. B. CURLESS W. G. BERNTHAL J. H. HUSSELMAN G. E. LEWIS i S. R. BLACK F. W. KOCH W. L. MURRAY L. A. BUCK W. E. PEAR J. J. SPOUTZ R. J. CHICK R. W. POWER H. M. STEPHEN L. A. GOTTING E. C. PROPHET C. H. STEVENS M. HARTWELL J. R. SLOCUM N. J. WATERS 1925 : ' R. B. ANDERSON G. H. HENWOOD I. F. REED A. C. FREITAG C. R. KERSTEN H. E. ROSE P. M. HAYDEN C. A. MOHR R. D. SEWELL R. C. STRAUB H 1926 , !U G. A. HEMENGER P. MACDONALD G. RYAN H A. J. SEPANSKI E. D. TOBIN iT.T.T.T.T.T.-r.T.T.T.T.T.T-r-T-T-r-T.r T T.T-T.fVrT- T- ; [ 376 ] STEPHENS GIVENS PEAR O ' CONNOR PHILLIPS HATHAWAY HASKINS BAUMA ROFF STEVENS PRETTIE SMITH MEYERS McLEAN TOLFORD MAEDER MURRAY ROWE LO VE KIRSCH RIEDLE WOLFE MCLAUGHLIN BRAYBROOKS DIETERLE WEBER ATKIXSON KAISER j vu.ria-up iiu ' OFFICERS 6 RALPH DIETERLE President WILLI M BRAYBROOKS .... Treasurer Vn LETT F WEBER .... Secretary i MEMBERS EARL ALLMAND E. G. McLr.AN 1 ' . SETH ATKINSON J. B. O ' CONNOR ALBERT BAUMA JOE PATTENSON - WILLIAM BRAYBROOKS W. E. PEAR HEATH CALVIN H. X. PHILLIPS H. W. DEREUTER K. G. PRETTIE RALPH DIETERLE CLAYTON C. PURDY WILLIAM DONNELLY EDWARD B. RIEDLE ' . LLOYD EISELE DONALD D. ROFF , G. C. GIVENS JOHN ROWE J. C. HASKINS G. D. SMITH H. W. HATHAWAY H. M. STEPHENS H. L. KAISER CLARK STEVENS GUY W. KIRSCH J. K. TOLFORD WILLIAM LOWK HAROLD TORREY EDWARD MAEDER JOSEPH TROMBLEY WALTER MEYERS VINCENT TURCOTTE R. J. MASSELINK WILLETT WEBER CHARLES MURRAY TOWNSEND WOLFE W. P. MCLAUGHLIN WALTER ZICK 1 " ,T--r-T-T-T-r-T-T,T---T-T_T,T_T.T-T-T-T-T r--i---r-T.T-T-T---r--r--r-T---r.T-T-V.T--r--r--r. T.-T-T.T.T,T,T.T:tri .T.T.T-T.-.T.-. T-T T.T-T.T.T-T. [377 BORG ODGERS ALLEX PRYCE JEKEL WARD CRAVVFORTH Goss XEUSS DEXTER BEAUDRY DIDAMA KAISER KAUFMANN PURNELL SMITH PURDY BUNCO JONES SWIGERT CAMPBELL COUTTS TURNER HOSTRUP READ Degree Team (Draftsmen 1 Hi OFFICERS RAY C. COUTTS . . . . . President ARTHUR R. TURNER First Vice-President F. CHESTER SWIGERT Second Vice-President JACOB W. HOSTRUP . Secretary LOWELL F. JONES . . . Treasurer CARL 0. BORG . . Executive ROBERT A. CAMPBELL . . Advisor [378 -J-.--i--.J-y-t.--q BIBCOCK BARRON MUNSTER KORENKIEWICZ HARRIS FERY SPARROW STAHL SMITH SLOSS MCKECHNIE McARDLE FOLSOM WATSON BARRETT YoUNG CoE LEWIS Society o f J es Uojyageurs FACULTY MEMBERS ERMINE C. CASE, PH.D. LEIGH J. YOUNG, A.B., M.S.F. RUSSEL S. WATSON ASSOCIATE MEMBERS MAX M. PEET, A.M., M.D. FREDRICK M. GAIGE, A.B. ACTIVE MEMBERS A. Me. D. BABCOCK L. I. BARRETT T. N. BARROX B. COE C. S. FERY L. M. FOLSOM G. HARRIS B. L. KORENKIEWICZ J. STAHL W. E. LEWIS R. E. McARDLE C. E. McKECHNIE N. L. MUNSTER I. II. SIMS H. H. SLOSS P. SMITH F. K. SPARROW, JR. 13791 MARKS GALLOGLY BRETTLE STUMP SPECTER JOSEPH MARQUIS Republican lub of the University o FACULTY ADVISORS PROF. THOMAS H. REED PROF. EVERETT S. BROWN OFFICERS JOE JOSEPH President ROGER I. MARQUIS V ' ice-President ENOS B. BOOKWALTER Secretary MELVIN H. SPECTER , Treasurer EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE CARL BRANDT WEST. H. GALLOGLY LOWELL S. STUMP RICHARD E. TOWNSEND FRANCIS J. BRETTLE HAROLD A. MARKS [380] MCLAUGHLIN- STOKESBERRY HOSTRUP SEYMOUR CRAWFORD SIPE APTED TUCKER MERRIAM WEITZEL CORYELL CURL REED COAXES PARSONS BROOKS COLLINS STRACKE KILE BUHL GRANGER MADDIN Scabbard and HONORARY MILITARY FRATERNITY Founded at the University of Wisconsin in 190o Company F, Fourth Regiment Instituted in 1923 OFFICERS CHARLES D. CRAWFORD ROBERT A. GRANGER MILTON M. MADDIN DEAN B. MCLAUGHLIN Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant First Sergeant ASSOCIATE MEMBERS MAJOR KOBERT ARTHUR CAPTAIN FORREST E. COLLINS MAJOR JOHN A. BROOKS CAPTAIN FREDERICK V. HOORN LIEUTENANT GEORGE V. STRACKE ACTIVE MEMBERS DURFEE B. APTED CHARLES M. BUHL JAMES O. COATES WARREN G. CORYELL CHARLES D. CRAWFORD HERBERT C. CURL ROBERT A. GRANGER JACOB V. HOSTRUP ROBERT S. KILE GEORGE C. MILTON M. MADDIN DEAN B. MCLAUGHLIN R.PBYN D. MERHIAM MAYNARD B. PARSONS JOHN A. REED ROBERT V. SEYMOUR RILEY J. SIPE LAUREN B. STOKESBERRY ANTHONY C. TUCKER ;381 ] RICHARD NELVILLE HALL May 18, 1894 December 25, 1915 Member of Section Three of the American Ambulance Field Service Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States PI " Richard j Hall " Post I- 422 OFFICERS Commander Officer of the Dai : I B. F. HAUSMAN G. A. WHITAKER : - Senior Vice Commander Adjutant L J. W. HOSTRUP S. S. LASHA F Junior Vice Commander Trustees lit H. D. CLARK P. N YOUNG G. R BABCOCK Quartermaster H. T FOLGER n ARTHUR E ANDERSON- HONORARY MEMBERS DR. Loris P. HALL PROF. W. H. HOBBS PROF. C. H. VIBBERT POST MEMBERS A. E. ANDERSON J. HENWOOD R. R. REACH G. APPELHOFF J. R. HAYDEN J. A. SWEENY H. J. BRISBOIS J. W. HOSTRUP O. B. SCHROEDF.R D. H. BRUMM R. F. HOLMES W. O. SHRINER , G. BABCOCK W. J. HOLMES W. A. SCHLUETER i : ' ' W . M. BRAYBROOKS F. J. HANAFEE C. G. SEASWORD H. D. CLARK B. F. HAUSMAN .1. C. SATTERTHWAITE L. S. COLE L. F. JONES A. L. SCHULTZ H. E. CONKLON J. C. JACKSON C. H. SMITH 1 J. E. DlCKENSON J. C. JEISCHE W. R. SlEBERT C. D. ELLISON O. W. LAKE R. E. THOMPSON L. S. FOSTER S. S. LASHA W. WEAVER , B. L. FROST E. C. MILDNER C. J. WILLIAMS . J L M. GOULD J. W. McCRAE H. E. WILLIAMS . C. GALLOWAY P. MORTENSON T. H. WOLFE ;i . L R. R. GRAICHERS D. M. NAHIKIAN G. WlNTERROWD ; R. F. HAGUE J. F. PEPPER G. A. WHITAKER I J. K. HAZEL F. L. ROBINSON P. N. YOUNG J. R. ROWE ' : i j_ " .T. , .T.T. T.T. .-r.-r. -r.-r.-r- T.T-T.T. T . T_ T_ T.T-T.T-T-T- VJ ;382] (V:fco (G - ! L U|CrC(CjC- 0 tCOXr fi 5ECTIONAL CLUB BROMBERG MARKS WEIL SALZMAN PURDY ROSEXZWEIG SHELDON WlSHEK DUNCAN HENDRICKSOS GOOCH NORTON IDE CORY , BAUCH RHODES GUTTMAN GROVES BOOTH ITURNER DICKINSON Westerner " s OFFICERS MAX A. WISHEK. ANN SHELDON HERBERT LYONS JESSICA MEGAVV . President V ' ice-President Treasurer Secretary COMMITTEES L. L. HENRY MAURICE RHODES WILLIAM LAIBLY. ELMER SALZMAN HENRY GROVES . MAX PURDY . Social Entertainment Refreshment Publicity Finance Membership O. V. ADAM ROBERT ALFORD JOSE ARMIJO LAWRENCE BALL HOWARD BAUCH RUDOLPH BEEDER FLORENCE BEGEMAN MARIE BIDDLE WlNEFRED BlETHAN KATHARINE BOOTH EDWIN BOWLES JAMES BOYLE ALICE BRADBURG PAUL BROMBERG SAM CARSON HOWARD CEDERGREEN AILEEN CHRISTENSEN CHARLOTTE CLAGETT CARL CLARE RALPH COHN EARL W. CORY RICHARD DANIELS NELLIE DICKENSON ANNA DUNCAN G. O. EMICK CHARLES FELDMAN FRED GOELLNER DOROTHY GOOCH MEMBERS CHESTER GOWER HENRY GROVES MAX GUTTMAN PAUL HAFLIN M. M. HALLEY JAY HALSTEAD HELEN HANCOCK JAMES HAYS MILDRED HENDRICKSON L. L. HENRY EDWARD HICKLING HARVEY HOWARD VANCE HUBBELL FRANCES IDE EDITH JACOBS HELEN JACOBS A. H. KENTTA E. C. KILDUFF WILLIAM LAIBLY HERBERT LYONS WALTER MAAS HAROLD MARKS ESTHER MARTIN F. M. MARTIN T. R. MATHIS JESSICA MEGAW LLOYD MOORE F. E. MC-.CAFFREE I. P. XEWBY MARGARET NEWHOUSE MILDRED NORTON ALLEN OGILIRE DOLSON PALMER HARVEY PORTER MAX PURDY ORIEN RATHMAN GEORGE REEVES MAURICE RHODES MYRENE RICH JULIA RUSSELL JAMES ROSOFF NEWTON ROSENZWEIG EL MER SALZMAN ANN SHELDON ANN SOBEL ROSALIA SPAULDING FRANCES TAIT ANITA THOMPSON DOLE THOMSON JOHN TODD LOUISE TURNER LESLIE VAN DOREN EMILE VEGE JAMES WARK HERBERT WEIL MAX WISHEK .T.T.T.T.T: [384] CHEW Yu C. J. CHU ING W. Hsu C. WANG LAM Huo TUNG HUA SHEN C. WANG D. Hsu C. Wu L. LAMM C. Y. CHU CHENG SUN T. Wu TONG TANG SUHO LEONG CHUN MARK SHIH SETO CHINN F. Wu CHAN W. LEE H. LEE MAD ZEE Y.WANG T.WANG M.PAN Y.Hsu SIEK WONG Liu Tsou P. LEM P. LEE H. T. LEE MA W. WANG M. CHEN P. CHENG J. Liu YANG S. PAN K. LIANG Louis TSENG H. CHEN TSAU PEN THEO F. CHANG S. Liu Y. Wu F. CHANG GIANG LAN YANG " The (Chinese Students Qlub OFFICERS J. M. YANG . C. F. Huo . AIMEI GIANG WILLIAM J. LEE F. Wu. W. G. CHAN FLORENCE CHANG M. S. CHANG S. T. CHANG VERA CHANG H. CHEN P. CHEN SUSAN CHEN S. T. CHEN L. S. CHENG N. C. CHENG P. C. CHENG C. S. CHEUNG R. CHEW H. CHINN C. J. CHU F. CHUN Y. Fu Ai MEI GIANG A. K. Hu W. L. Hsu Y. Hsu F. H. HUA J. F. HUA C. Y. HUANG C. F. Huo C. Y. KAO MEMBERS B. Z. ING T. C. KWONG K. H. LAM H. L. LAMM ANNA LAN P. W. LEE WM. LEE P. S. LEM F. W. LEONG Mi DAIK Li S. K. Li N. L. LIANG G. T. Liu S. T. Liu C. H. LOA P. H. Louis HSIAO Lu K. Y. MA P. S. MARK E. MAYO H. S. PAN M.PAN CHO REN S. Y. SETO RUF SHU H. SEIK S. SUHO President . Vice-President Recording Secretary Treasurer Corresponding Secretary K. Y. TANG S. M. TAO PEARL THEO C. C. TONG Y. T. TSANG CLARA TSAU H. N. TSENG S. H. Tsou C. L. TUNG C. G. WANG C. F. WANG T. C. WANG W. C. WANG J. K. WHANG K. K. WONG Y. T. WONG C. F. Wu F. K. Wu Yi FANG Wu J. M. YANG S. D. YANG W. C. YEE K. II. YET CHIH Yr W. H. Yr W. Yu E. G. ZEE [385 . The ' Philippine Michigan Qlub OFFICERS JOSE A. ENRIQUEZ President PABLO TECSON . V ' ice-President MARIA LANZAR Secretary-Treasurer PEDRO TELMO Asst. Secretary-Treasurer DONATO SUYAT Sergeanl-ot-Arms PROF. JOSEPH HAYDEN Advisor HONORARY MEMBER PROF. MAXIMO KALAW, Dean of College of Liberal Arts, University of Phillipines MEMBERS TOMAS ACACIO BERNALIE AFRICA MARIANO AGRUDA JOSE BANZON ELEOTERIO CABRERA MANUEL CAPARAS JULIA S. ENRIQUEZ Pio MOLINA VAN NINOBLA RICARDO A. PRONOVE LEOCADIO RACIMO JUAN SUGUITAN CRISPULO TALENTO PEDRO D. TANGUILI DOROTHY YOUNG 386 JL " J---L J.Tir JJM.T " KUMAZAWA IZUME XISHI OHTOMO HlGUGHI TSUCHIYA IDE SUGIYAMA SASAKI AMARI SHINBORI HAKUSUI OFFICERS Y. AMARI F. KINAI Y. KUMAZAWA M. HAKUSUI . President V ' ice-President Secretary . Treasurer MEMBERS YOSHIMASA AMARI JOHN KAWASAKI K lKUSABRO ASAI YOSHIYASU KUMAZAWA ,; - SADAICHI DODO KlKUSABRO KUROISHI 1 J CLARA EASTLAKE YUTAKA MAEDA " REGINAL EASTLAKE TAMAKI NAGAI KANJI EGI HACHIYA NAKAMURA MATSUZO HAKUSUI TSUTOMU NISHI ELMER HATASHITA NAMIO OHTOMO KATSUO HAYASHI KAMEYO SADAKATA . TOYOJI HIGUCHI TOKI SATO TEUI IMAMURA TOSHIO SASAKI - ' SOBEI IDE TOSHIO SHIMBORI SEIICHI IZUME HIDE SHOHARA j ; YOICHIRO KAGIYA SHUICHI SUGIYAMA h FUMI KINAI MATSUZO TAMURA .. . ; Yo KAWAMURA YOSHIO TSUCHIYA . I [387] CHEW KUMAZAWA CROCKER WELLS JOHNSON BRUSH OHTOMO CHEN MOLINA AKERMAN SUGIYAMA BRO VN TANG RYAR PRONOVE ENRIQUEZ WANG HEDIGER HILDNER RORICK Yu MRS. ENRIQUEZ LANZAR SKILLEN MRS. RUFUS CHANG EASTLAKE (Cosmopolitan Qlub OFFICERS FRED HEDIGER .............. President J. A. ENRIQUEZ ............. Vice-President CLARA EASTLAKE ...... ....... Secretary CARLTON F. WELLS ............. Treasurer HPlIE Cosmopolitan Club, or " Corda Fratres " , on the Michigan campus stands for all that - " - its name implies: a world-inclusive organization, a union of brothers. Since its organiza- tion some two decades ago the Club has steadily held to the ideal of the National Corda Fratres " Above All Nations is Humanity. " In no unthinking or anti-national sense has this motto been upheld. But this challenging slogan, pointing toward better understanding and more generous attitudes between nations, the Club at Michigan has tried to realize in the hearts and lives of its members. In 1923-1924, growth both in membership and scope has been substantial. The year ' s program has included: receptions in several hospitable homes; socials; lectures and informal give-and-take discussions on subjects of current interest; the annual " International Night " entertainment in Hill Auditorium; the Spring Trip through five larger Michigan cities; all- nation dinners. These activities inevitably lead to a more sympathetic insight into the human side of world problems. Contrary to the impression of some Americans, students from the United States interested in the aims of Cosmopolitanism are welcomed to full membership. The Club name, of course, implies their eligibility. In fact, through the work of the Club many members have been enabled to understand America and Americans more completely. Only by representation of all nations on the campus can the best interchange of views, the finest comaraderie, the fairest conception of international cooperation, be secured. In the days ahead, the University will undoubtedly have among its alumni a generous quota of national leaders in countries of both hemispheres; and it is fair to believe that in a number of cases the local Cosmopolitan Club will have been a real factor in the collegiate training of the enlightened leadership. -T-T-T-T-T-T-T- .T.T.T.T.T: [388] (general Fraternities In the order of their establishment at the University of Michigan CHI Psi 1845 ALPHA DELTA PHI ' 1846 DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 1855 SIGMA PHI 1858 ZETA Psi 1858 Psi UPSILON ; . 1865 BETA THETA Pi, 1845, re-established 1867 PHI KAPPA Psi ..... . 1875 DELTA UPSILON . . . . . . ... . . 1876 SIGMA CHI ' . . . . . ; 1877 DELTA TAU DELTA, 1874, re-established 1880 PHI DELTA THETA, 1864, re-established . 1887 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 1888 THETA DELTA CHI 1889 DELTA CHI 1892 KAPPA SIGMA 1892 PHI GAMMA DELTA, 1885, re-established 1902 SIGMA Nu 1902 PHI Mu ALPHA 1902 ALPHA TAU OMEGA, 1888, re-established . 1904 ACACIA 1904 PHI KAPPA SIGMA 1905 ALPHA SIGMA PHI . ... ; . 1908 ZETA BETA TAU 1912 SIGMA PHI EPSILON 1912 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 1913 PHI SIGMA KAPPA . 1915 PHI SIGMA DELTA . . 1916 HERMITAGE, 1907, re-established 1919 THETA CHI . . 1919 KAPPA Nu 1919 DELTA SIGMA PHI 1920 CHI PHI, 1882, re-established . . -. 1921 ALPHA CHI RHO 1921 BETA PHI DELTA .... ' ...... ' . 1921 Pi KAPPA ALPHA 1922 DELTA ALPHA EPSILON 1922 DELTA TAU UPSILON 1922 PHI BETA DELTA 1922 TAU DELTA PHI 1922 PHI EPSILON Pi 1922 DELTA PHI, 1855, re-established 1923 PHI KAPPA TAU 1923 TAU EPSILON PHI .-.....;..... 1923 PHI KAPPA ; . . . 1924 ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA 1924 SIGMA ALPHA Mu 1923 PHI Mu DELTA 1923 OMEGA Psi PHI 1922 ALPHA PHI ALPHA, 1909, re-established 1923 390 ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER Established in 1845 Chi psi FRATRES IN FACULTATE WALDO MACK ABBOTT, A.B., LL.B. LAFAYETTE FRANCIS Dow, A.B., M.A. FRATRES IN URBE Louis PAUL BUCKLEY, LL.B. GUY LANSDELL WOOLFOLK, A.B. RAY LYLE FISHER, A.B. H. SEGER SLIFER, A.M.. J.D. KENNETH DAVENPORT CHAUNCEY BRACE JAMES DUFFY, JR. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE HUGH WELLMEIR ROBERT WILKINS GEORGE YOUNG, A.B. NORMAN KOLB Seniors BERNARD EDDY CHARLES MOCK ARCHIBALD GRAY STANLEY MUIRHEAD THOMAS WHEATLKY ELLIOT DAVIDSON, JR. NATHANIEL ELY Juniors HARRY REYNOLDS, JR. GEORGE BURKE WILLIAM DIENER JOHN BERDAN FRANK BLYMYER THOMAS CRANAGE Sophomores JOHN FORD, III GEORGE TRIPLETT RICHARD GRIEST THOMAS TUPPER Freshmen ADDISON ELY DUPONT NEWBHO FRED GLOVER, Jn. HARRY RUST WILLIAM HALL GEORGE SCHENCK JOHN DENTON, JR. JOHN WENTWORTH EDWIN WESTOVER ROBERT SCHIRMER EDWIN VARY FORD WARREN ELY CRANAGE RUST NEWBRO GLOVER HALL SCHIRMER BERDAN SCHENCK DIENER FORD DENTON BLYMYER BURKE GRIEST WESTOVER ELY WENTWORTH TUPPER TRIPLETT DAVIDSON BRACE WHEATLEY EDDY MOCK DUFFY MUIRHEAD GRAY REYNOLDS -T-T-T-T. T. T-T-T. T-T-T-T-.-r.-!-. -r. 1 - [391 AlpKa. ' Delt PENINSULAR CHAPTER Established 1846 FRATRES IN FACULTATE HARRY B. HUTCHINS, LL.D. HENRY M. BATES, PH.B., LL. B. EVANS HOLBROOK, A.B., LL.B. Louis M. WARFIELD, M.D. JOHN R. MEIKLEJOHN, A.B. JESSE S. REEVES, PH. D. ROBERT T. CRANE, LL.B., PH. D. THEODORE V. ADAMS, M.D. PHILLIP W. WEATHERILL, PH. D. WILLIAM H. RUMPF, M.D. HERMAN KLEENE THEODORE T. BLISS MOREAU S. CROSBY GEORGE O. BEGG, JR. DAVID E. BRAYTO.N FREDERICK L. COLBY ELMER L. CORNWELL ROSWELL BURROWS JOSEPH P. CARD WILLARD B. CROSBY ROBERT E. BARNEY, M.D. FRATRES IN URBE CHAUNCEY H. SHEARER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE THOMAS F. GUSHING YATES G. SMITH Seniors CHALMERS H. QUAINTANCE ABNER L. ROE PAUL D. SPEER Juniors HARRY N. BURROWS THOMAS E. FISKE Sop io nores WILLIAM B. MATHESON MAXWELL MEIKLEJOHN DANIEL T. QUIRK Freshmen FREDERICK T. MILLS JACK W. PATTERSON JOHN P. DOELMAN WILLIAM R. JAMES CARL C. WARDEN, M.D. JOHN STEKETEE HENRY W. SLAUGHTER ALBERT T. PECK JOHN J. NEWCOMB ALEXANDER B. QUIRK ORVILLE B. HOON THOMAS R. KING GRANVILLE SHERWOOD JULIAN T. WILLIAMS CHARLES A. MIDDLETON JAMES W. PATTERSON NEWCOMB COLBY BEGG PECK WILLIAMS R. BURROWS MEIKLEJOHN A. B. QUIRK CORNWELL D. QUIRK ROE M. CROSBY QUAINTANCE SLAUGHTER MILLS HOON KING PATTERSON MIDDLETON BRAVTON JAMES FISKE H. BURROWS SHERWOOD CARD .r-T.r.T.T.T.r-T. rrrrm ;392] OMICRON CHAPTER Established 1865 CHARLES H. COOLEY, PH.D. elta Kappa Epsiton FRATRES IN FACULTATE OSCAR J. CAMPBELL, PH.D. PRATER IN URBE HARRY W. DOUGLAS, B.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE F. ARCHER HINCHMAN JAMES CAMPBELL Seniors JOHN M. BULKLEY JACK D. BRISCOE FRANCIS L. TILDEN G. TYLER MARSHALL, JR. WINFIELD H. ROGERS MORRIS J. MUZZY Juniors WALTER S. GOODSPEED CHARLES W.MERRIAM,JR. DAVID M. MARTIN ALFRED B. CONNABLE, JR. MARCUS B. DUFFIELD FREDERICK J. VOGT WALTER K. WHITEHEAD GEORGE F. HAGGARTY Sophomores CLARK P. PERRY RALPH E. WERTZ HARLAND G. WALTER RALPH V. HITCHCOCK Freshmen JOSEPH S. VOGT H. RANDEL DICKINSON DAN A. WEISS F. AVERY BOURKE ROBERT C. ANGELL, A.B RICHARD Y. DAKIN M. LEE SHERWOOD HENRY T. LATHROP CHARLES R. SMITH, JR. S. DOUGLAS FLOOD JAMES W. McCABE SIDNEY B. TREMBLE EDWARD H. FEE HUGH CHALMERS, JR. CARTER C. STEWART STEWART LATHROP CHALMERS BOURKE J. VOGT DICKINSON TREMBLE SHERWOOD PERRY WERTZ DAKIN FEE WALTER McCABE F. VOGT MERRIAM CONNABLE DUFFIELD GOODSPEED FLOOD MARSHALL ROGERS MUZZY BULKLEY TILDEN WEISS SMITH HITCHCOCK HAGGARTY WHITEHEAD BRISCOE MARTIN [393] ALPHA OF MICHIGAN Established in 1858 CHARLES A. HOWELL, B.S. JOHN E. DINWIDDIE JOHN E. CLARK ROBERT M. Fox J. BRAYTON DEANE WILLIAM A. CAMERON C. AUSTIN COOLIDGE PRATER IN FACULTATE MORTIMER E. COOLEY, LL.D., ENG. D., M.E. FRATRES IN URBE DE T ITT C. MILLEN FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE RICHARD F. GRYLLS, A.B. JAMES D. WILLCOX L. ADELBERT MITCHELL JOHN A. BOWEN Seniors JULIAN E. MACK Juniors EBEN M. GRAVES JAMES K. MILLER, JR. RUSSELL S. SCRIBNER JOHN R. GRYLLS GORDON O. RICE Sophomores D. AUSTIN HOWELL RAYMOND OLSON FRANKLIN M. THOMPSON A. ALLEN HOWELL Freshmen PHILIP KLING JAMES F. MURPHY, JR. PAUL STARRETT LAWRENCE C. LEONARD W. CALVIN PATTERSON ROBERT J. WILSON GEORGE F. FISKE FISKE WILSON PATTERSON LEONARD KLING STARRETT COOLIDGE CAMERON MURPHY D HOWELL OLSON DINWIDDIE G. GRYLLS MACK BOWEN MITCHELL DEANE A. HOWELL MILLER THOMPSON RICE Fox J. GRYLLS CLARK GRAVES SCRIBNER [394] XI CHAPTER Established in 1858 PERRIN LONG R. ANDREW BROWN RAYMOND M. CASSIDY IRWIN F. DEISTER DONALD JUDD BUELL CHARLES W. ANKLAM RICHARD R. CHAPPLE PRATER IN FACULTATE PHILIP N. BURSLEY PRATER IN URBE THOMAS DOANE HINSHAW FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE L. PERKINS BULL Seniors CHARLES J. MERRILL ROBERT J. POTTER ROBERT A. PHILLIPS EDWIN F. RITCHIE TOM S. EDWARDS WILLIAM T. WHITE Juniors A. VAUGHN HERRICK LYMAN SAVAGE THOMAS B. GILMORE Sophomores BRUCE HEALY ERIC MULHOLLAND EMIL DEISTER MORGAN A. THIEME Freshmen EARL A. DRECHSLER G. KEITH HUTCHINGS WILLIAM HAMILTON ROBERT Y. KEEGAN STANLEY CRONWALL WILLIAM E. ULLMANN CHARLES C. TERRY FRANCIS L. SMITH IRWIN C. UTERITZ HERBERT F. STEGER CHARLES M. STAFFORD DONALD C. MANN JAMES W. SIBLEY, JR. DRECHSLER MULHOLLAND E. DEISTER STAFFORD THIEME BUELL HEALY STEGER I. DEISTER GILMORE HERRICK SAVAGE UTERITZ WHITE RITCHIE POTTER EDWARDS CASSIDY PHILLIPS SMITH BROWN CRONWALL HUTCHINGS KEEGAN SIBLEY HAMILTON ANKLAM ULLMANN CHAPPLE MANN .T.T-T-r.T-T.r-T.T. 395] J-T1TJ- J. " .L ' MT Upsil on HENRY F. ADAMS, A.M..B.S. GEORGE G. BROWN, B.S. PHI CHAPTER Established in 1865 FRATRES IN FACULTATE JAMES H. HANFORD, PH.D. FRATRES IN URBE FRANCIS W. KELSEY, PH. D. GEORGE W. PATERSON, A.M., B. S. FRANK I. CORNWELL WILLIAM DELANO WILLIAM C. COLBURN SMITH BOLTON WlLLOUGHBY CHESLEY, JR FRANKLIN J. DICKMAN PAUL W. BRUSKE WILLIAM T. COLMAN CLINTON BROWN ROBERT T. DEVORE JOHN R. IVES CHRISTIAN N. MACK VICTOR H. LANE NATHAN S. POTTER CHARLES W. GRAHAM FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE BOWEN E. SCHUMACHER FREDERICK R. WALDRON DANIEL F. ZIMMERMAN JOSEPH W. SHAW Seniors HAROLD J. NUTTING CHARLES W. MILLER HUGH T. SMITH THOMAS CRABBE EDWARD E. WEADOCK Juniors DOUGLASS D. LOREE ROBERT C. MORREY SAMUEL MOORE, JR. FREDERICK LEISEN RIC HARD L. UNDERWOOD Sop io nores EASTON T. KELSEY EDWIN C. MACK ROBERT F. KOHLER GEORGE W. Ross, JR. Freshmen EDGAR MADSEN GILBERT B. PINGREE WILLIAM T. MELOY WISNER P. ROBY ROBERT E. WEADOCK ROBERT S. WEIDEMANN GEORGE M. STANLEY HERBERT P. WATTS DEVORE R. WEADOCK CRABBE MADSEN KELSEY WEIDEMANN BRUSKE KOHLER COLMAN MASON- MOORE CHESLEY LOREE DICKMAN UNDERWOOD Ross NUTTING BOLTON SMITH E. WEADOCK MILLER PINGREE STANLEY BROWN MELOY ROBY WATTS 396] M-J.--L--L-_L--L-.L-J.-.L ' J- 1- J-- 1- -L ' -L ' J.--L-J.-J.--L-J--J-- J.-J.-J.-JI I LAMBDA CHAPTER Established in 1845 Re-established in 1867 EARL W. Dow, A.B. WILLIAM W. WAIT, PH.D. WILLIAM K. GALBRAITH KENNETH ROWAN KERB FRATRES IN FACULTATE FRANK E. ROBBINS, PH.D., M.E. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors FREDERICK T. MOORE, JR. RAYMOND J. ROTH KENNETH C. McMuRRAY, A.B. ALLAN S. WHITNEY, A.B. KARL OGDEN SWAYZE JAMES ALFRED RICE JOHN MARTIN BENNETT JAMES H. BERNARD WILLIAM H. ARNOLD RICHARD G. BABCOCK FRANK EUGENE RICE CHARLES B. ALLEN ALFRED N. CATROW ROBERT MCEACHRON Juniors JOHN L. Gow WILLIAM W. KERR, JR. CHARLES REINKE EDWARD N. HARTWICK GEORGE H. LOUNSBERRY, JR. NOBLE D. TRAVIS HAROLD R. STADFIELD Sop io nores RICHARD EARHART ROBERT M. GRAB JOHN H. PARKER OSCAR CHARLES GORENFLO CHARLES R. LAWRENCE MILES C. REINKE FREDERICK E. STURMER FRANK P. WEAVER Freshmen ELLIOTT M. CHAMBERLAIN FORREST A. HEATH WILLIAM F. GORENFLO W. STEVENS HEIGHO PRYOR SMITH WARD C. TOLLZEIN H. MARSHALL LLOYD LAWRENCE S. ROTH WILLIAM A. WARRICK RICE GRAB WEAVER REINKE GORENFLO ARNOLD LAWRENCE BABCOCK STURMER PARKER EARHART BERNARD LOUNSBERRY TRAVIS STADFIELD REINKE HARTWICK BENNETT KERR Gow WARRIC K SWAYZE ROTH GALBRAITH KERR MOORE RICE HEATH CATROW CHAMBERLAIN HEIGHO SMITH ROTH LLOYD GORENFLO TOLLZEIN MICHIGAN ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1875 FRATRES IN FACULTATE JOHN R. EFFINGER, Pn.D. DETLEV BRONK, PH.D. RANDOLPH G. ADAMS, PH.D. CHRISTOPHER G. PARNALL, A.B., M.D. EDWARD H. KRAUS, PH.D. WILLIAM R. BARKER, B.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CHARLES S. HIGLEV JAMES MARTIN JAMES PRENTISS EUGENE DUNNE PATL KULLMAN WM. HOWARD NELSON PHELPS DEAN TIBBETS FRANK GRAHAM Seniors E. CORNILL WALBRIDGE MILO OLIPHANT G. CARLTON HILL ROBERT HUMMER KENNETH SEICK JOHN CARROLL JOHN SCHANTZ TOM OLMSTEAD JOHN HALSTEAD GEORGE EDDY Juniors JOHN PLAIN EDWARD PARNALL Sophomores SIDNEY HUFF ORVILLE VAUGHAN Freshmen HARLAN FROEMKE JOHN BURNHAM CARL GRIMM ELLIOT WRIGHT ALBERT PYOTT WILLIAM CUDLIP THORNTON WATERFALL SAM JONES BERNARD STONE DUANE SALISBURY FROEMKE EDDY RICH GRIMM HALSTEAD SALISBURY STONE TIBBETS GRAHAM CARROLL PHELPS HOWARD BURNHAM OLMSTEAD JONES VAUGHAN DUNNE PARNALL CUDLIP HUFF WATERFALL SCHANTZ SEICK PLAIN KULLMAN WRIGHT OLIPHANT PRENTISS HILL HANNA HUMMER r.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T-T-T-T-T-T.l_T ' .T_T.T.T.T-T.r,t.T. r_T_T.T.T-r.T. :398 MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established in 1876 ARTHUR L. CROSS, PH.D. JOSEPH H. DRAKE, Pn.D.,LL.B. WALTER B. FORD, A.M., M.D. ALBERT E. GREENE, PH.D..C.E. ARTHUR W. STALKER, A.B. MERRITT M. HAWXHURST, M.D. Delta Upsilort FRATRES IN FACULTATE HARRISON M. RANDALL, PH.D. JACOB E. REIGHARD, PH.D. WILFRED B. SHAW, A.B. CLARENCE L. MEADER, PH.D. FRATRES IN URBE EDWIN J. HUNTINGTON, C.E. HARRY MACK HAWLEY, A.B. HENRY W. NICHOLS FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE PHILIP HADLEY, M.D., PH.D. FRANCIS B. VEDDER, A.B., D.D.S. CLEMENT H. MARSHALL, M.D. GEORGE H. BROWN HORACE G. PRETTYMAN, A.B. ROBERT G. YERKES DAVID E. MACELLVEN HARRY R. CHAPMAN CHARLES E. SHEARER DONALD C. McCABE HARRY W. McCosB PAUL F. JEROME FREDERIC J. STEVENS PERRY B. SHANNON MONTGOMERY WOODRUFF JAMES A. LAFER EDWARD B. CASTLE DAN WARNER FREDERICK G. NOVY, JR. L. GRANT BALDWIN EDWARD C. McCoBB JAMES K. BROOKER ARTHUR WOODBURNE Seniors CLAYTON B. SEAGEARS JAMES A. BERESFORD WILLIAM W. CLORE FREDERIC W. WARNER, ROBERT SEYMOUR .LAURENCE M. CLARK Juniors ROBERT A. SIEWERT R. HALL DEWEESE J. QUENTIN WADDELL LYNNE J. TUTTLE, JR. Sophomores JOSEPH F. WHINERY SYLVESTER FORD HOBART D. HOYT EDWARD S. CLARK, JR. CHARLES S. MOULTHROP EARL D. KRICKBAUM FREDERICK L. MONIHAN Freshmen RUSSELL T. WOODBURNE CHARLES LEE WILLIAM HOAD PAUL SCHLACTER WEDDELL J. BERKEY H. WILSON SMITH GEORGE F. GREEN JR. L. B. STOKESBERRY ROGER GLEASON ALEX C. GOETZE, JR. RICHARD H. FREYBERG FRANK WILCOX MERRIAM C. HERRICK JOHN LEE NEAL GABLER WILLIAM COVENTRY HOAD J. LEE BERKEY CASTLE WOODBURNE HOYT E. CLARK C. LEE LAFER GABLER SCHLACTER MOULTHROP STEVENS WOODRUFF SHANNON WHINERY FORD KRICKBAUM FREYBERG DEWEESE McCoss WADDELL SEYMOUR TUTTLE JEROME GOETZE SIEWERT BERESFORD L. CLARK STOKESBERRY CLORE SHEARER McCABE SEAGEARS CHAPMAN WARNER 399] FIELDING H. YOST LEWIS M. GRAM CARL V. EBERBACH JAMES G. HAYS JOHN P. BERNARD CHARLES S. HOVER ARTHUR F. CLOUD WILLIAM J. REILLY RICHARD M. MAXWELL MARK A. KEARNEY CHARLES F. CUMMINS BERTON B. BALES FRATRES IN FACULTATE HENRY C. ANDERSON FREDERICK M. TAYLOR DARRELL H. DAVIS FRATRES IN URBE EDGAR L. MOON THOMAS R. PEIRSOL PAUL M. MORE THETA THETA CHAPTER Established in 1877 NELSON L. SMITH JOHN S. WORLEY DURAND W. SPRINGER ALBERT H. STONEMAN FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors RONALD M. SCHRODER CHARLES K. WALDEN ROBERT B. MITCHELL JAMES S. CLARK Juniors JACK E. SMITH JOHN G. NEWTON- JOHN P. ROWE WILLIAM H. STONEMAN Sophomores EDGAR J. REILLY JAMES E. KENNEDY RICHARD J. HONEYCHURCH CLARE R. SPERRY Freshmen CHARLES A. WEBER WILLIAM A. HAYES SWIGHT KELLER GEORGE W. THOMASSON JOHN R. DICKEY JOHN M. STUART NEWTON M. FORSYTHE HERBERT W. HOYT GILBERT T. JEROME GEORGE H. HARRINGTON YILLIAM R. HALL HOWARD H. HAMILTON ROYES K. McGowAN THOMASSON HAMILTON HALL DICKEY STUART KELLER E. REILLY KEARNEY WEBER McGowAN KENNEDY HARRINGTON HAYES BALES CUMMINS SPERRY CLOUD ROWE W. REILLY JEROME SMITH WALDEN HOVER FORSYTHE BERNARD CLARK SCHRODER MITCHELL MAXWELL 400] DELTA CHAPTER Established in 1874 C De1ta C Tau Deltc NED R. SMITH, PH.D., M.D. HOBART H. WlLLARD, PH.D. RALPH H. CURTISS, PH.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE FLOYD E. BARTELL, PH.D. IRVING W. GREENE, A.B., M.D. PAUL D. CAHOW, A.M. LEIGH J. YOUNG, A.B., MSF ARTHUR II. BLANCHARD, C.E, A.M. FRATRES IN URBE WARREN W. FLORER, Pn.D. F. P. ARTHUR, D.D. RICHARD D. CUTTING SEWELL H. PLATT, A.B. EDWARD T. USHER ARTHUR O. GRAVES SAMUEL L. BAUER EDWARD L. BOWMAN THOMAS E. CASADY, JR. JOHN O. BUEHLER HARRY R. HAYNIE HERBERT T. ABRAMS JOHN S. COATES FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JOHN M. BARNES, B.S. HERBERT V. FLORER Seniors HARRY D. HOEY JOHN- H. PAGE ROBERT O. YOUNG Juniors WILLIAM B. ETHERIDGE STUART C. JOHNSO N FRANKLIN D. HEPBURN J. ROBERTS TODD EDWARD J. HIGGINS E. GIFFORD UPJOHN Sophomores HARRY B. KOENIG JOSEPH T. PRICE ALLEN A. MEYER GAYLORD B. WILSON- CALVIN S. KOCH Freshmen EDWARD T. CORBUS, JR. Louis ROBERTSON- DAVID J. HANSCOM ROBERT H. METZGAR JOHN R. HARDER R. STUART WEEKS WILLARD H. WEBB L. MALCOLM WETZEL L. KEITH WILSON SAMUEL M. WETZEL R. GORDON WELDON C. NELSON WELDON K. WILSON MESSER KOCH KOENIG HEPBURN MEYER S. WETZEL WEBB BOWMAN BAUER ETHERIDGE GRAVES YOUNG COATES BUEHLER ROBERTSON ABRAMS PRICE HAYNIE G. WILSON M. WETZEL TODD JOHNSON WEEKS UPJOHN CASADY HIGGINS METZGER CORBUS G. WELDON [401 ] HUGH M. BEEBE, M.D. EBMIN ' E W. CASE, PH.D. MICHIGAN ALPHA Established in 1864 Re-established in 1887 FRATRES IN FACULTATE CHARLES W. EDMUNDS, A.B., M.D. HENRY A. SANDERS, PH.D. EARL V. MOORE, A.B. GUY M. WHIPPLE, PH.D. ALBERT E. WHITE, A.B. LEO BURNS FRATRES IN URBE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors JAMES KENNEDY D. BRADFORD APTED GEORGE GALE JUSTIN S. COMPTON JOHN KENOWER ROBERT B. BENNETT VICTOR DOMHOFF THEODORE A. EGGMAN CHARLES HULSWIT EDMUND JOHNS HARRY G. KIPKE DONALD V. STEKETEE Juniors KENNETH D. MACGREGOR G. PALMER SEELEY ELDON V. MICHAELS BRUCE ROBERTSON HAROLD W. MARTIN Sophomores WALKER EVERETT WILL L. HARRIS PAUL DIETRICH DONALD W. TAYLOR Freshmen ALBERT J. KIMBALL WILLIAM R. RUBLE EDWARD D. RICH, JR. GEORGE M. SANDERS JOE FOSTER JOHN A. WHITVVORTH HAROLD TROY R. HARDY MAGRATH CARROL WALLER GEORGE H. WHITWORTH HOWARD E. KENNEDY CHARLES E. SMITH CARL STAMAN SMITH DIETRICH HARRIS WALLER BENNETT MICHAELS KENOWER COMPTON G. WHITWORTH ROBERTSON GALE STEKETEE KIPKE MAGRATH APTED J. WHITWORTH DOMHOFF STAMAN RUBLE FOSTER EVERETT KENNEDY EGGMAN MARTIN SEELEY MACOREGOR JOHNS HULSWIT TROY SANDERS RICH KIMBALL [402] on MICHIGAN IOTA-BETA Established in 1888 SCOTT C. RUNNELS, M.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE CARROLL H. MAY, PH.D. CHARLES T. OLMSTEAD, B.S., C.E. ARTHUR D. MOORE, M.S., E.E. EUGENE VERNOU JAMES BOWERS CHARLES J. MONROE BEN M. BUTLER CASS S. HOUGH DAVID M. BRAMBLE J. GLENN DONALDSON ALLIN B. CROUCH JAMES W. DAY JOHN W. HAY FRATRES IN URBE OTTO H. HANS JOHN J. Cox FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE RONALD P. SELWAY EUGENE POTTER WILLIAM E. BENSON WELDON T. HAMES JOHN H. WILSON CHARLES T. KURTZ ROBERT M. KURTZ JOHN D. LOCKTON Seniors MARION F. COLLISON FRANK STILES, JR. Juniors ROY B. GRUBB FREDERICK G. BETTS Sophomores J. BRADLEY HAIGHT WILLIAM HERRNSTEIN M. M. VANSANDT WILLIAM WINCHELL Freshmen MARSHALL PREHN ARTHUR EVELY DAVIS J. BAER THOMAS J. MURRAY LEMUEL KIRKPATRICK NIEL P. RENEHAN JENNESS J. DANCER RUSSELL W. SKINNER STEVEN F. WILSON RICHARD G. ELLIOTT HERMAN HOEK HAY MURRAY EVELY HOEK DAY ELLIOTT KIRKPATRICK DONALDSON S F. WILSON WINCHELL CROUCH PREHN BAER HAIGHT HERRNSTEIN VANSANDT BENSON GRUBB BETTS BRAMBLE LOCKTON SKINNER HOUGH R. KURTZ STILES J. WILSON BUTLER RENEHAN MONROE HAMES C. T. KURTZ COLLISON [403 vww- -m- ' -v IKeta T)elta Chi GAMMA DEUTERON CHARGE Established in 1889 FRATRES IN FACULTATE E. F. BARKER, PH.D. EDMUND E. DAY, A.B.,M.A.,PH.D. FRATRES IN URBE HACKLEY BUTLER, A.B. E. R. ELZINGA, A.B., M.D. H. W. FLEISCHAUER, A.B., M.D. REV. H. A. JUMP, A.B., D.D. KEMP KEENA, A.B. W. S. KIMBALL, PH.D. HARRY POTTER, A.B. WADE STONE, A.B., M.D. FRANK VAN TUYL, B.S. NED WARNER, LL.B. BENJAMIN GROVES DONALD D. BOOTHBY CALVIN A. CAMPBELL IRA O. DENMAN AINSWORTH BOOTH H. GRAHAM CLARK JAMES DE PUY ROBERT DOUGLASS FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE EUGENE SCOTT MARION B. STAHL Seniors DONALD W. CRAINE THOMAS G. KINDEL HOWARD A. DONAHUE JOHN H. MORSE Juniors PAIGE E. LEHMAN FRANCIS C. WARD Sophomores J. THURMAN CLARK ROBERT S. MANSFIELD STANLEY S. IVERSON GEORGE H. SEHRING Freshmen CARLOS D. KELLY RICHARD PRESTON OSCAR STRYON TYLER R. STEVENS MASON L. WELLS QUINCY W. WELLINGTON WALTER C. YOUNG WALTER SHAFER MAURICE C. RANSFORD RICHARD B. WESTENEDGE ALDEN Dow SEHRING YOUNG MANSFIELD T. CLARK H. CLARK WELLINGTON IVERSON BOOTH WELLS DENMAN LEHMAN MORSE STEVENS KINDEL CAMPBELL CRAINE BOOTHBY SHAFER DsPuY RANSFORD PRESTON DOUGLASS BUELL KELLY Dow WESTENEDGE 404 ] MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established in 1892 Delta. CKi FRATRES IN FA CULT ATE THOMAS G. REED, A.B., LL.B. EARL S. WOLAVER, A.B., LL.B. FRATRES IN URBE RICHARD GREGORY FREDERICK K. SPETNAGEL FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors H. HARLOW AKERS LLOYD E. EISELE JOSEPH B. PATTINSON H. THOMAS CAVANAUGH FREDERICK A. HORN ARTHUR E. SPENCER, JR. FRANK E. LEWELLEN Juniors HUGH BRUCE McKAY KENNETH A. MICHELS JOHN E. MACKEL Sophomores FRANK W. ATKINSON, JR. WILLIAM G. COFFIN DOUGLAS R. GINN RICHARD E. BARTON WILLIAM R. DAY, II JOHN J. HARRISON ARCHIBALD A. CAMPBELL CARL M. FRANK FOUTS A. MEESE Freshmen CARL HOFFMAN A. WENDELL HOLMES ARTHUR LEE GEORGE J. DANIELS KARL R. CRAWFORD C. EDWARD SMITH DONALD M. SWAN JOHN H. WITHERSPOON CLIFFORD A. MITTS RICHARD B. MERRIMAN O. LESTER ROBERTSON JOHN S. WARNER EDWARD C. SMITH ELLIOTT C. ROBERTS HOFFMAN SMITH HOLMES DAY LEE ROBERTSON WARNER CAMPBELL ATKINSON GINN COFFIN MERRIMAN MEESE MICHELS LEWELLEN HARRISON MACKEL BARTON McKAY SPETNAGEL FRANK MITTS SPENCER AKERS WITHERSPOON HORN PATTINSON CAVANAUGH EISELE SWAN ' 405] ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER Established in 1892 FRATRES IN FACULTATE FRANK H. STEVENS, B.S. FERDINAND N. MENEFEE, B.S. HOWARD B. METTEL, M.D. ARTHUR E. WOOD, PH.D. RICHARD C. TRAVIS RAYMOND A. ARNDT WILLIAM H. WALKER ALONZO C. ALLEN JAMES J. TRUDELL RICHARD L. LAURENCE ROBERT F. BACKER MCKENZIE SHANNON EDWARD W. RIENERT CHAUNCEY S. HCTCHINS FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ROBERT GILLETTE DOUGLAS R. DEWEY WILLIAM W. DUEMLING Seniors HENRY A. HUBBARD PHILLIP E. MARION LAWRENCE E. DOOGE ARTHUR K. HYDE BERT E. UEBELE HOWARD M. WOLF Juniors ROBERT V. HALSEY MORRIS O. REED SEWARD R. WILLIAMS JAMES J. COLLISON, JR. BELDING D. THORPE FREDERICK H. WASSMAN Sophomores CHAS. W. GHUBE LERov G. HESTON CARL V. FORSLUND HARRY HAWKINS HERBERT C. WALLACE CLAYTON J. WOLF Freshmen EDWIN CLARK DAVIS ANGUS SHANNON STEWART H. SINCLAIR RICHARD K. PIERCE ARTHUR ROBINSON SIDNEY H. MORGAN SIDNEY H. STROUD HAROLD O. STEELE GEORGE K. ZIMMERMAN ELMO D. LAURENCE ROBERT KIRSCHMAN JAMES R. LEMEN A. SHANNON HUTCHINS SINCLAIR LEMEN DAVIS FORSLUND WALLACE HAWKINS HALSEY HESTON BACKER GRUBE KIRSCHMAN E. LAURENCE C. WOLF REINERT THORPE WILLIAMS ALLEN COLLISON SHANNON R. LAURENCE STEELE ZIMMERMAN REED STROUD WALKER WASSMAN TRUDELL ARNDT DOOGE H. WOLF HYDE HUBBARD ROBINSON UEBELE MARION MORGAN tfca . r-T-T-1 -T-T-T- .t.r.T.T.T-T.T-T.T-T.-r: 406] ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1885 Re-established in 1902 Phi G amma Delia FRATRES IN FACULTATE FRANCIS L. GooDRicH,A.B.,B.L.S. HENRY W. MILLER, M.E. JOSEPH R. HAYDEN, M.A. JAMES B. POLLOCK, Sc.D. CHARLES W. LEWIS, A.B. HENRY E. RIGGS, A.B.,C.E. CHARLES F. MEYER, PH. D. HERBERT C. SADLER, A.B..C.E. HALFORD C. BROWN, A.B. SHIRLEY W. SMITH, A.M. EDSON R. SUNDERLAND, A.M..B.L.S. MORRIS P. TILLEY, PH.D. ALFRED S. WARTHIN, PH.D., M.D. ALEXANDER C. ZIWET, C.E. CLEMENT A. SMITH, A.B. FRATRES IN URBE WILLIS BLAKESLEE, LL.B. STEWART EAGLESON Louis FORSYTHE, A.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE WENDELL T. FITZGERALD J. CARL MARTINDALE JOHN P. COMSTOCK CALVIN RAYLORN J. CLIFFORD YEAKEY JOHN P. ANDERSON FREDERICK H. COSSITT EDGAR H. AILES JAMES L. COSSITT A. GEORGE ABBOTT ROYAL F. CHERRY CHESTER CAVE MARTIN D. GARBER Seniors FREDERICK E. GILNER WALTER K. SCHERER FORREST I. YEAKEY W. HOMER HATTENDORF DONALD S. SCOTT Juniors EARL F. GOWEN CHARLES D. LIVINGSTONE KENNETH C. PATTERSON STEWART H. HULSE EDMOND MADDEN WILLIAM D. ROESSER CHARLES B. EMERY Sop io nores BURTON D. FLOYD EARL C. GREVER JOSEPH E. GANDY W. GREGORY MARTIN JOSEPH J. FINN Freshmen CARL R. GREVER FOORMAN L. MUELLER THEODORE HORNBERGER WILLIAM L. MULLIN DONALD C. MILLER S. TYLER WATSON KENNETH E. MORGARIDGE KENNETH G. SMILES THURLOW M. RALPH WILLIAM SINIGAN r $ ft CA .4 r MULLIN C. GREVER CAVE RALPH SINIGAN MUELLER MILLER GARBER WATSON W. MARTIN SMILES FINN GANDY MORGARIDGE ABBOTT E. GREVER FLOYD AILES MADDEN PATTERSON J. COSSITT EMERY ROESSER HULSE GOWEN KRAUSE F. YEAKEY ANDERSON GILNER HATTENDORF F. COSSITT SCOTT SCHERER .T.T-T-r-r-T-T-r.T-T.y.T.T.T-T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.r.T. [ 107 ] .T-TJT-T-T-T-T--T-T.T-T.T.T-T-T-T.T.r. T.T-T-T-T-T- N, GAMMA NU CHAPTER Established in 1902 C. CARL RUFUS, PH.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE LOWELL J. CARR, A.B. RUSSELL.T. PURNELL.A.B. SHOREY PETERSON, A.B. FRATRES IN URBE RUSSELL T. DOBSON JOHN F. DUNN HUGH C. ARMSTRONG WILLIAM HASKELL JEAN SMITH RAY ANDERSON JOHN BACON JOHN C. CLARK GEORGE C. DILLMAN ROBERT DOUGHERTY EDWARD ALLEN RAY A. BECK, JR. STANLEY CRIGHTON ROBERT LANG FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE GLENN CARMICHAEL JEAN HARRINGTON ARTHUR SEYBOLT GEORGE CONOVER CARL J. KOESTER THOMAS B. LALLY ALBERT J. FOLEY THOMAS M. KING JOHN O. WETZEL Seniors HARRIS McKiNNEY WILLIAM H. MERNER CHARLES R. MILLER Juniors KNOX B. HOWE JOHN G. LAMOREE KENNETH KELLAR EDWARD K. MARTIN GEORGE W ATKINS Sophomores THOMAS G. LAMOREE ROBERT MARKT Lucius LALLY JONATHON MIDDLETON PETER McKiNNEY DEAN PERSING PAUL LIENAU Freshmen FRED RICH HOWARD RUFUS JOHN F. WHEELER EGBERT ISBELL JOHN J. McNEELY LERov NEISCH THOMAS C. TRACY ANDREW P. WYKKEL JAMES W. MARTIN LESTER G. WITTMAN JOHN T. NIXON WILLIAM WALZ GUSTAVE RUMP ROBERT SWEENEY SWEENEY RUMP RICH WHEELER RUFUS LIENAU PERSING MCKINNEY CRIGHTON LANG MIDDLETON WALZ NIXON T. LAMOREE L. LALLY BECK KELLAR E. MARTIN ANDERSON HOWE WITTMAN J. LAMOREE DILLMAN J. MARTIN WATKINS FEELY ALLEN DOUGHERTY WYKKEL TRACY MERNER MILLER BACON CONOVER CLARK KOESTER EPSILON CHAPTER Established in 1902 " Phi Mxi AlpKa FRATRES IN FACULTATE M. L. BEGEMAN, A.B., M.S. GEORGE O. BOWEN WALTER F. COLBY, PH.D. FRANCIS W. KELSEY, PH.D., LL.D. SAMUEL LOCKWOOD, A.M. ALBERT LOCKWOOD EARL V. MOORE, A.M. FRATRES IN URBE PETER OKELBERG, PH.D. NELSON V. RUSSEL, A.M. OTTO J. STAHL WILLIAM WHEELER, PH.B. ANTHONY WHITMIRE WILFRED WILSON MARION C. WIER, PH.D. R. A. CAMPBELL SETH R. BIDWELL K. D. DIEHL JAMES A. DRYER H. LYMAN BRIGHT T. GLENN HARROLD DALE J. BOWEN RAY L. COMB PAUL F. SCHLANDERER GEORGE N. EARLE, A.B. CHARLES A. SINK, A.B. ROBERT R. DIETERLE LEVI D. WINES, C.E. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE MALCOLM G. BOURNE O. B. McGlLLICUDDY KENNETH WESTERMAN.A.B. EARL B. RITCHIE LYLE B. TORREY GEORGE W. TROOST Seniors WILLIAM P. FOSTER EDGAR M. REITZ FRANK M. HURSLEY ELDRED H. SCOTT CARL S. FERY GORDON D. WIER Juniors KARL P. HEIDEMAN W. WILLIAM SPANAGEL JOHN C. WARREN B. DOUGLAS SNIDER HAROLD C. TORREY Sophomores P. BARRE HILL ROBERT W. KARPINSKI RALPH B. JOACHIM HARRY L. LASKEY Freshmen PERRY C. SPENCER WALTER C. WELKE LESTON S. WHITEHEAD CHARLES S. ALLEN ALLEN COMB WHITEHEAD HILL WELKE SCHLANDERER HILTON KARPINSKI WARREN SPANAGEL JOACHIM BOWEN LASKEY HARROLD SNIDER DIEHL FOSTER HEIDEMAN H. TORREY BRIGHT HURSLEY TROOST FERY SCOTT L. TORREY REITZ DRYER MC LLICUDDY 409 Alph a Tau Omega BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER Established in 1888 Re-established in 1904 FRATRES IN FACULTATE J. H. CANNON, B.S. H. W. EMERSON, B.S., M.D. C. H. FESSENDEN, M.E. W. T. HOTCHKISS, M.D. V. R. HUMPHREYS, A.M. G. E. LITTLE, B. S. W. C. LOUISELL, A.B. U. B. PHILLIPS, PH.D. R. J. COOPER NELSON DA COSTA DONALD M. DIXON GEORGE B. ADAMS FRED C. CULVER MARSHALL E. BOYD ROHERT J. BROWN CARROW F. DEVRIES FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CARL ENGASS, A.B. Seniors GEORGE Z. HOFFMAN FREDERICK E. LEWELLYN E. PERRY LARSON CAMERON K. MACNEIL W. GROCE HARRISON Juniors DONALD V. HEDRICK RALPH R. RATHBONE RICHARD J. McCoNNELL RICHARD L. THOMSON Sophomores CHARLES H. HEINZ RONALD OWENS ROBERT M. HORNUNG H. FREDERICK PARKER WILLIAM L. DONMOYER EDWIN W. THOMAS Freshmen CHARLES F. PREECE SHANNON J. TROXEL H. Ross FLOWERS DEAN C. SEITZ, B.S. RAYMOND S. POWERS W. ARCHIBALD TURNBULL M. DEAN TONNELIER HOWARD A. VISEL EDWARD T. REECE STERLING L. SMITH CLARK H. WALES PARKER HEINZE BOYD HOFFMAN SMITH THOMAS DONMOYER McCoNNELL LARSON TONNELIER DACOSTA DIXON RATHBONE HEDRICK THOMSON ADAMS HORNUNG LEWELLYN ENGASS TURNBULL VISEL POWERS MACNEIL SEITZ HARRISON CULVER REECE WALES FLOWERS PREECE BROWN DEVRIES TROXEL OWENS .T-r-T-T-T.T.T-T.T-T.T-T-T.T-T J T,T.-.T_T.T.T.T.T-T.T-T.T.T-T-T- ' r- r_T_r T. T. T- T.T.T.TTT: .T-T-T-T-T-T-r-T-T. [410 MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established in 1904 FRATRES IN FACULTATE RUSSELL V. BUNTING, D.D.Sc. HERBERT V. EMERSON, B.S., M.D. CLARENCE T. JOHNSTON, C.E. MARION L. BuRTON,PH.D.,LL.D. ARTHUR G. HALL, PH. D. FREDERICK G. Now, M.D.Sc.D. MORTIMER E. COOLEV, ENG D.,LL.D. NELVILLE S. HOFF, D.D.S. ROBERT C. RODKEY, A.M. LLOYD E. THATCHER, A.B. i r |i JUNIUS E. BEAL ROBERT A. CAMPBELL ROBERT GRANVILLE FRATRES IN URBE WILLIAM C. HOLLANDS JOHN LlNDENSCHMITT ROBERT NORRIS FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CHARLES A. SINK FRED H. STEGATH T. HAVVLEY TAPPING HOWARD G. CHAMBERLAIN, B.S. CECIL H. HAAS, A.B. ROBERT A. ANDERSON RAY C. COUTTS WILLIAM C. CRAWFORTH Louis M. DEXTER HAROLD BLINCO Seniors WILLIAM J. DONNELLY LINCOLN D. JONES WILLIAM M. Goss HARRY L. KAISER CECIL H. HAAS KARL E. KAUFMANN JACOB W. HOSTRUP KENNETH L. MACQUEEN Junior CHARLES R. WEBB Sophomores NORMAN D. REYNOLDS ELDDEN J. TEETER HOBART C. MORTON- JOHN R. ROWE WILLIAM H. STEWART FRED D. TAYLOR Freshmen GEORGE W. CAMPBELL HOWARD E. CROWELL CLARENCE C. HOSTRUP DURWARD D. COLE GEORGE B. HESTER WESCOTT H. READ FRANK S . ROBERTS, JR. NED D. WALLACE READ HESTER CROWELL ROBERTS COLE CAMPBELL WALLACE BLINCO MACQUEEN HAAS Goss DEXTER MORTON STEWART ANDERSON KAUFMANN CRAWFORTH DONNELLY JONES COUTTS ROWE KAISER REYNOLDS HOSTRUP [411 ] Phi Kappa Sigma ALPHA OMICRON CHAPTER Established in 1905 FRATRES IN FACULTATE GEORGE C. ADIE, M.D. JOHN R. BRUMM, A.M. HERBERT A. KENYON, A.M. CI.AIR V. LANGTON, B.S. WILLIAM A. MCLAUGHLIN, A.B. ELMER D. MITCHELL, A.B. FRATRES IN URBE FLOYD R. BEUTEL W. E. BROWN ROSCOE O. BONISTEEL EARL H. CRESS PETER J. VANBOVEN CHARLES J. RASH FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE GORDON R. MAITLAND ETHELBERT SPURRIER HOWARD M. BIRKS ROBERT P. BROWN OWEN J. CLEARY CHARLES D. CRAWFORD W. BLISS GILES WILLIAM F. AUSTIN WENDELL J. COOK Seniors WALLACE M. FLOWER JOHN R. MACGREGOR HARRY N. HALGREN JOHN F. PONTIUS CECIL W. LEPARD EDWARD C. STARK RICHARD P. FLECKENSTEIN Juniors DONALD E. JOHNSON RUSSEL H. SIMMS FREDERICK H. PINNEY HUBERT F. SMITH Sophomores EDWIN C. EDDY LESLIE W. KREIGER RAYMOND F. HUTZEL ARTHUR C. LITHEREDGE WILLIAM C. CUMMINGS LEWIS WOLLENBERGER GORDON E. TAPPAN FRED S. TRACY DONALD E. TREFRY JOHN H. TRACY PHILIP M. WAGNER FRANKLYN C. MUGAVERO PHILIP B. SNYDER COOK KRIEGER AUSTIN HUTZEL LITHEREDGE EDDY CUMMINGS SNYDER GIBSON PARSONS WOLLENBERGER GILES CRAWFORD JOHNSON J. TRACY WAGNER F. PINNEY SMITH SIMMS FLOWER LEPARD LEFTWICK CLEARY BROWN BIRKS F. TRACY FLECKENSTEIN TREFRY J. MACGREGOR STARK R. MCGREGOR G. PINNEY GROGAN HESTON SAMPSON PONTIUS WATTERWORTH BRYCE PARKER [412] A. FRANKLIN SHCLL, PH.D THETA CHAPTER Established in 1908 THOMAS E. RANKIN, M.A. HARVEY L. CLARK WENDELL H. SWEET WILLIAM J. ALEXANDER LAURENCE H. FAVROT PAUL E. KRAUSE VERNON B. MYERS JOSE E. ARMIJO RAYMOND S. HEYM JOHN W. CONLIN KENNETH H. LOWE WALTER G. AUER FRATRES IN FACULTATE RALPH W. AIGLER, LL.B. PRATER IN URBE HARRY G. RASCHBACHER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE DAVID L. BEERS CHARLES W. CLARKE CHARLES C. EADES Seniors CARL M. BOSWELL C. JAMES DRESBACH WILLIAM P. HENDERSON CARL P. HUBER DANIEL C. NUFER VERNON L. SWANSON ARTHUR B. McWoon EDWIN G. PAILTHORP JOHN P. BROMLEY JOHN F. HUBER JOHN A. SABO, JR. J. ROBERT F. SWANSON Juniors GENE K. BUCK EDWARD W. THOMSON JOHN W. SHENEFIELD Sophomores FRANCIS W. DAVIS JACK C. DEIBEL CHARLES G. OAKMAN WARREN J. PARKER HERBERT J. WETTLAUFER HYDE W. PERCE, JR. Freshmen DONALD B. DUNHAM HARLEY L. STUNTZ ALLAN 0. WILLIAMS HUGH K. DUFFIELD WILLIAM C. KRATZ ROBERT C. MORIARTY JOHN L. STEPHENS WALDO E. GEHRING JAMES F. MURRAY JOHN M. DUNNING STEVENS S. SANDERSON JAMES A. VICKERY PARKER DUNNING DAVIS J. HUBER LOWE R. SWANSON ARMIJO SPARROW MURRAY SHENEFIELD THOMSON BROMLEY GEHRING SANDERSON BUCK V. SWANSON MYERS PAILTHORP KRAUSE STEPHENS SABO HEYM ALEXANDER MORIARTY NUFER HENDERSON McWooo DUFFIELD KRATZ DRESBACH C. HUBER FAVROT WETTLAUFER CONLIN DEIBEL AUER STUNTZ WILLIAMS DUNHAM HAYDON OAKMAN VICKERY [413] I PHI CHAPTER Established in 1912 PRATER IN FACULTATE I. LEO SHARFMAN, A.B., LL.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE MAX R. SCRAYER GUSTAVE WEINFELD WILLIAM FLEISCHAKER PAUL L. EINSTEIN Seniors LEO I. FRANKLIN SAMUEL L. GREENEBAUM, JR. JOSEPH R. HIRSCHMAN BERNARD S. KOLB Juniors WILLIAM M. FLARSHEIM JOSEPH E. MICHAELS FRANK L. WERTHEIMER Sophomores MORRIS D. BLUMENTHAL SAM KAUFMAN DAVID LOWENSTEIN LEO W. ENSEL RICHARD A. KLEIN STANLEY LEWY STEWART J. GOLDBERG ADOLPH B. LOVEMAN JAMES A. NATHAN- PIERCE BITKER MERRITT DEJONG JULIEN HIRSCHMAN LEWIS Fox MENTOR KRAUS STANTON MEYER Freshmen HAROLD NEWMAN ROY ROSENGARTEN MARK ROLFE, JR. PERCY TUCKER ROBERT NEWMAN SIGMUND ROBINSON BERNARD SILBERSTEIN ROBERT ULLMAN JULIUS WEINBERG R. NEWMAN ESSEL KAUFMAN ROBINSON SILBERSTEIN NATHAN GOLDBERG LEWY KLEIN WERTHEIMER EINSTEIN FLARSHEIM MICHAELS TUCKER LOVEMAN BLUMENTHAL WEINER SCHRAYER ROSEN-GARTEN FLEISCHAKER KOLB HIRSCHMAN GREENEBAUM FRANKLIN WEINBERG KRAUS ULLMAN DEJONG BITKER MEYER J. HIRSCHMAN ROLFE H. NEWMAN [1 [414] MICHIGAN ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1912 C. L. ROTHROCK, D.D.S. FRATRES IN FACULTATE ROBERT K. BROWN, D.D.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE MAURICE M. MOULE, A.B. Seniors ENDS B. BOOKWALTER DONALD B. CHUBB CHRISTOPHER BLAYDON E. DAVID BOYD HAROLD S. CASSIDY GEORGE L. FINLY RONALD T. HALGRIM WARREN H. CHITTENDEN KENNETH V. DEPREE DELBERT O. BADER EARL L. BLASER JOHN W. CROOSHORE CLARENCE F. EVANS DONALD PURDY DONALD G. SLAWSON Juniors HARRY F. HANFORD JOHN C. HASKIN PAUL S. HIRT MILTON L. KIBBLER WALTER A. KLEINERT HARRY C. LAWRENCE ROBERT MILLIGAN BERNARD NAGLEVOORT WILLIAM F. NEVILLE EDWARD L. NEWHALL Sophomores BERNARD HAMMILL DONALD K. MCELROY EDWARD K. ISBEY WADE B. ELLIS BERLE E. LARNED JOSEPH S. HARLEY REX E. MOULE JOHN L. WEILER Freshmen DOUGLAS SAWYER CLAIRE W. SABINE HOWARD B. WELCH JOHN PFEIFLER ROBERT I. SEALBY EDWIN A. SEELEY WILLIAM I. SEXTON DONALD T. WALTZ GEORGE C. WEITZEL CARL K. STEWART CARL W. TREMPF ALVIN W. TOLLE STANLEY E. DIMOND SAWYER DIMOND TOLLE SABIN ISBEY BLAZER HARLEY SAUNDERS BADER ELLIS MCELROY CHITTENDEN HASKIN HAMMILL WEILER DE FREE L A R: J ED TREMPF HANFORD BLAYDON SEXTON SEELEY HALGRIM NAGLEVOORT NEVILLE LAWRENCE K. MOULE BOOKWALTER NEWHALL HIRT KLEINERT CASSIDY SEALBY D. BOYD MILLIGAN FINDLY WALTZ WEITZEL SLAWSON M. MOULE EVANS CROUSHORE WELCH PURDY CHUBB KIBBLER 415] FRATRES IN FACULTATE HARCOURT L. CAVERLY, A.B. PROF. W. G. SMEATON DR. CLIFFORD WOODY SIGMA ZETA CHAPTER Established in 1913 F. N. CALHOUN, B.S. RUEL V. CHURCHILL, B.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ROBERT MANTEL TRUE Seniors EDWARD J. BLOTT JACK L. BLOTT FRANK M. EDWARDS ISHAM W. MULLREE CRAIG M. SAGE DONALD K. GRISIER Juniors E.WlNFIELDBROWXBRIDGE CHARLES R. PERRY CLIFFORD C. PRATT CLARE O. DOSTER WILBUR F. BUTLER ORVILLE W. REED GEORGE M. PIERCE W. DORIC WISMER JOHN H. H AN LEY Sophomores RODERICK A. CAMPBELL PAUL C. WILLET ORVILLE K. BUTZBACH GEORGE LYLE Freshmen ROBERT M. VAN DUZER JOHN B. SCHOENFELD LEONARD A. KELLAR RUSSELL B. COCHRANE MARK PARNALL C. PAUL SELLARDS HOWARD C. LAMONT T. EUGENE DALEY THOMAS A. NOWLEN HAROLD W. BROWNELL COCHRANE SCHOENFELD HANLEY VAN DUZER NOWLEN BROWNELL WILLET BUTZBACH CAMPBELL PIERCE LYLE DALEY PERRY LAMONT REED TRUE PRATT BUTLER GRISIER ]. BLOTT EDWARDS SELLARDS PARNALL E. BLOTT MULLREE SAGE .T.T.T.T.T-T.T.T.T.T.T.T-T-T-T-T.r-T.T-T.T-T-r-T- .-r-T.r-T-T.T.T.T:-rrT: [416] DELTA DEUTERON CHAPTER Established in 1915 FRATRES IN FACULTATE EBER CARROLL, A.B. JOHN L. GARVEY, M.D. H. B. MERRICK, C.E. A. H. WHITE, A.B., B.S. PAUL GARVEY FRATRES IN URBK HAROLD G. WALLER, M.D. GEORGE 0. WHITE, B.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE FRANK C. CUTTING PAUL JESERICH WILLIAM H. AUBREY CECIL O. CREAL WILLIAM F. BROWN W T ALDO K. GREINER FRANK BLOOM EARLE C. FINGERLE HUBERT G. GOEBEL LESLIE BUTLER ARNOLD GINGRICH EDWARD E. MURANE SAMUEL R. POST EDWIN C. FLADER WILBUR G. KRAFT CHARLES E. SPENCER JACOB J. WALKER Sen iors ROBERT M. STODDARD EDWARD J. SWINK, JR. Juniors ARTHUR HARTWELL EDWARD W. NICHOLS WILLIAM S. HEARDING VERNON E. WARNEY Sophomores R. THEODORE HOWARD WILLIAM M. MCMILLAN- DONALD S. KELLEY JAMES E. NEWTON ADELBERT M. KIPP LOWELL M. PALMER GRANT T. HICKS HUBBARD MURPHY WALTER Osius Freshmen JOHN SCHRAVESANDE EDWIN SEIFERT JOHN ZIMMERMAN ARTHUR J. VYSE DONALD D. WILSON RICHARD R. WHIPPLE A. MCLAREN WHITE MARCUS M. RHOADES GEORGE R. SNIDER W. PAGE WHITE FORD STODDARD LYLE WALSH MURPHY WALSH F STODDARD SEIFERT SCHRAVESANDE NORTHRUP BUTLER GINGRICH FINGERLE WHITE HICKS BLOOM GOEBEL PALMER Osius NEWTON SNIDER RHOADES MCMILLAN KELLEY BROWN GREINER WARNEY WHIPPLE KIPP HOWARD NICHOLS HEARDING CREAL WILSON KRAFT VYSE SWINK FLADER R. STODOARD [417 ' Pki Sigma ' Delta ETA CHAPTER Established in 1916 MARTIN CODEL HAROLD B. DESENBERG BENK D. BRODKEV SIDNEY W. BEHRMAN HENRY B. DESENBERG LESTER C. DAVIDSON FRATRES IN UMVERSITATE Seniors HAROLD B. GESSNER ARTHUR S. MODE FREDERICK SIMS BENJAMIN F. HAUSMAN HERBERT L. ROSENBLI ' M STANLEY E. SLOSS Juniors RITTER LEVINSON LEWAARON H. MOVER BERNARD H. HARTZELL ARTHUR E. YILKOFF Sophomores JOSEPH KRUGER LEONARD J. MARX HAROLD X. LURYA SAMUEL J. SHURE JACK PRITZKER DAVID PALEY ALBERT M. STERN NORMAN R. THAL Freshmen BERNARD D. GORDON PHILIP N. KRASNE IRVIN A. OLIAN BARNEY KOPLIN ALBERT O. MAYER., JR. GORDON DAVIDSON KOPLIN ANNENBERG MAYER KRASNE OLIAX DESENBERG THAL Louis KRUGER MARX LURYA STERN BEHRMAN PRITZKER PALEY BRODKEY LEVINSON MOYER HARTZELL SHURE SIMS CODEL ROSENBLUM GESSNER SLOSS MODE HAUSMAN DESENBERG WILKOFF [418 " JL ' ' -L--J. XTr Established in 1907 Re-established in 1919 ermita_ J FRATRES IN " FACULTATR RALPH W. AIGLER, L.L.B. ROY W. COVVDEN, A.M. Louis M. GRAM, B.S. ALEXANDER G. RUTHVEN, PH.D. HERBERT C. SADLER, Sc.D. H. MASON LI ' MSDEN, A.M. RUSSELL E. DODD, B. S. HERBERT M. SHAW, B.S. HARRY C. GLARK JAMES O. COATES C. WILLIAM FLOSS NEIL K. BARBER RAY A. BILLINGTON BERND G. BAETCKE HORACE G. COLWELL .1. DALE DARLING GEORGE R. BRODERICK WALTER E. DECKER FRATRES IN URBE FREDERICK W. HARTMAN, B. S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE HENRY D. STRICKER, A.B. Senior.? ROBERT F. KILE LEE S. MCCLENAHEN WILLIAM SESTOK LAWRENCE E. MACK WILLIAM A. MCCLENAHEN ANTHONY C. TUCKER FREDERICK E. MENGEL LESTER O. PALMITER PAUL WATZEL EARL R. GENTHE Juniors OTTO G. KOENIG J. FREDERIC PROCTOR JOHN R. SHAW- ALBERT F. KOEPCKE WALDEMAH E. SCHNEIDER Sophomores ROBERT W. DUNCAN JAMES D. NUTT RUSSELL E. DUNCAN LsRoY L. OSBORN CLAYTON R. HADEN CLARKE A. PARKER H. Ross STONE KENITH G. STRUNK W. GILMOHE PATTON ROYCE B. HOOPER GAYLORD J. MINNE Freshmen CARL H. SCHUMACHER GORDON M. IBBOTSON CLYDE THOMAS J. MONROE INNES IT w 1 1: t r t.!t % } " s ? tVr KILE SCHNEIDER W. MCCLENAHEN PROCTOR STRUNK NUTT COATES SHAW KOEPCKE BARBER KOENIG OSBORN BAETCKE COLWELL TUCKER SESTOK CLARK L. MCCLENAHEN WATZEL PALMITER MENGEL GENTHE FLOSS BILLINGTON STRICKER DARLING DUNCAN HADEN THOMAS HOOPER SCHUMACHER BRODERICK STONE - T.T.T-T.T-T-T.T.-r: -T-T-T.T-T-T-T.T-T-T-T-T.T- .T.r.r-T.T-r-T.r.r.-rrjr [419] TJieta CM ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER Established in 1919 FRATRES IN FA CULT ATE JAMES HARLAN CISSEL, B.S., C.E. ERWIN E. DREESE, B.S., M.S., E.E. GEORGE STARR LASHER, A.B., M.A. HAROLD J. MCFARLAN, B.S., C.E. CHARLES B. VIBBERT, A.B. MELVILLE B. STOUT, B.S., E.E. LIONEL G. CROCKER, A.M. FRATRES IN URBE MORGAN C. ALDRICH, A.B. JOSHUA E. BACON, JR. JOHN INGHRAM, JR. ARNO L. BADER GEORGE S. BARNES, III H. MORTIMER BISHOP EUGENE CARMICHAEL, JR. CHAUNCEY L. BRIGGS A. McKEAN CARMICHAEL PHILIP C. COOKE JAMES R. GILPIN S. ARTHUR BANNISTER PHILIP V. BRIGHT, JR. JOHN ELLIOTT WILLIAM L. CHASE D. C. HANSEN FRANCIS E. WILMOT HERBERT H. TWINING FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE RALPH E. PARKHURST STANFORD MULHOLLAND JESS HAMMOCK Seniors ROBERT VV. PRESTON W. HERBERT GOOD D. CHESTER MALTBY Juniors CARL B. SCHOONMAKER RAYMOND C. WALK FREDERICK P. HART PKRRY M. HAYDEN Sophomores J. A. GRAVES VANCE R. HUBBELL DUDLEY C. RICHARDSON Freshmen MELVIN A. OLL CHARLES F. SONNEBORN GEORGE W. WOOD VERNON F. HILLERY PHILIP J. SCHNEIDER ROBERT L. McCuLLOUGH LESLIE C. NOBLE DAVID H. PRESTON CHARLES E. SHEPHERD W. KENT KIDDER HUBERT W. LYONS CROSBY REES NEIL O. STAEBLER WILLIAM J. WALTHOUR, JR. MANFRED G. WHITTINGHAM EMIL VOELKER HENRY WOOLFENDEN GENE N. BURHANS WALTHOUR BANNISTER STAEBLER WALK BRIGHT GRAVES HUBBELL WHITTINGHAM GILPIN BRIGGS HART A.M. CARMICHAEL HAYDEN COOKE SCHOONMAKER REES LYONS BISHOP McCuLLOUGH E. CARMICHAEL D. H. PRESTON BADER R. W. PRESTON BARNES GOOD SHEPHERD BACON MALTBY RICHARDSON LOVEDAY ELLIOTT WOOLFENDEN HANSEN SONNEBORN OLL VOELKER WILMOT CHASE ' HI 420 ] MU CHAPTER Established in 1919 Kappa, flu MORRIS J. KEEN MILTON R. LANDY PRATER IN FACULTATE OSCAR A. BROWN, A.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE MORRIS H. MARKS SAMUEL MILLMAN NATHAN SCHLAFER ABBOT L. WINOGRAD LLOYD V. FREIDMAN WILLIAM J. ABRASH AVERY J. BERNSTEIN- LEONARD BLAUNER HAROLD A. MARKS JACK N. BERKMAN RAYMOND BAER NfTTON ROSNICK Jun JOT ' S ALFRED D. GOLDBERG E. ARDEN KIRSCHNEH Sop iomom NATHAN P. FEINSINGER HENRY FREUD Freshmen MYRON FALK SYLVAN ROSENBAUM DAVID J. SEDER HARRY V. SALON BERNARD SEGALL WALTER S. SEIDMAN ALFRED HOLZMAN ALBERT G. SEIDMAN HAROLD RUSLANDER XUTTON ROSENZWENG MARKS KIRSCHNER BI.AUNER BERNSTEIN FEINSINGER FREUD HOLZMAN MILLMAN KEEN LANDY SALON SEGALL SCHLAFER ABRASH BROWN SEDER FREIDMAN WINOGRAD A. SEIDMAN RUSLANDER BERKMAN W. SEIDMAN BAER ROSENBAUM FALK 421 ALPHA THETA CHAPTER Established in 1920 C. VAN EENKNAAM, B.S., C.E. FRATRES IN FACULTATE WARREN E. BOWER, M.A. ARTHUR VAN DL-REN, JR. A.B. RALPH D. DIETERLE, A.B. S. HAYES ENSINGER DANIEL VAN WOERKOM HALSEY DAVIDSON- LLOYD A. MAEDER MERLE C. BAKER DONALD H. GAINES BYRON W. PARKER THEODORE ARNOLD EMORY V. MORRIS FRATERS IN URBE ROBERT R. SHARP M. CLIFTON DEY FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ALBERT J. PARKER, A.B. WILLARD B. GASKINS, A.B. Seniors CARL L. GILLIES FLOYD M. TESNOW ROBERT S. TUBBS, A.B. GUY V. KlRSCH RAY V. SMITH Juniors HAROLD V. ELLIOT KENNETH M. FEHLIG NEAL M. NYLAND EDWARD B. RIEDLE Sophomores ALBERT BOUMA RICHARD F. DOYLE WALDO O. HILDEBRAND WINTHROP McCAiN HIEL M. ROCKWELL JAMES M. SURBROOK Freshmen HIBBERT D. COREY DONALD W. DUNNING CHARLES H. TERMAN WILLIAM A. VANCE EDWARD C. MAEDER RALPH W. JONES L. WALLACE HOFFMAN LISLE A. ROSE Louis C. FURNISS CUTHBERT W. MOODY RUSSELL A. SURBROOK ORVILLE W. JOHNSON i r?.?Yt GAINES ROCKWELL B. PARKER R. SURBROOK FEHLIG MOODY FURNISS VAN WOERKOM RIEDLE DAVIDSON R. JONES TUBES HOFFMAN DOYLE ROSE BAKER HILDEBRAND BOUMA SMITH KIRSCH A. PARKER ENSINGER GASKINS TESNOW E. MAEDER GILLIES L. MAEDER TERMAN JOHNSON COREY DUNNING ARNOLD MORRIS NYLAND VANCE P. JONES [422] Chi Phi ALPHA TAU CHAPTER Established in 1882 Re-eslablished in 1921 WILLIAM A. FBAYKR, A.B. FRATRES IN FACULTATE ROBERT T. B. HALL, A.B. ALFRKD II. LLOYD PH.D., LL. D. E. FORREST MERRILL, A.B., M.D. FRATRES IX URBE JOSEPH A. AVERY, A.B. HARRY H. HAIGHT, B.S. NICHOLAS E. LACY BARWISE V. MANWARING ANGUS G. GOETZ, M.D. ROBERT T. INGLE JOHN L. LOOMIS, B.S..M.D. DONALD J. THORP, A.B. FRATRES IN UNIYERSITATE Seniors HENRY G. GILDNER, JR. CLAYTON G. HALE GEORGE D.L.P. SAWYER JASON L. WADE WILLIAM Z. PROCTOR WALTER J. TRUETTNER MAXWELL E. FEAD HAROLD L. HALE Juniors MATTHEW C. LOCKE W. HOWARD RUH SAMUEL G. LUDINGTON HERBEBT A. SPENCE Sophomores GEOBGE A. ALDEBTON, II JAMES P. LEETE DONALD A. POLLOCK J. BBESLIN BEHSE Freshmen CHARLES M. HUMPHBEY, JR. EDGAR G. SCHUMM MILO D. MACLINTOCK WILLIAM E. KBIEGEB EVERETT J. VANDER VEEN ARTHUR H. WITHAM WILLIAM B. RAFFERTY E. STARK SMITH RUH RAFFERTY POLLOCK CROSS ALDERTON FEAD LUDINGTON WITHAM SPENCE H. HALE VANDER VEEN LOCKE LEETE HALL C. HALE TRUETTNER SAWYER PROCTOR GILDNER WADE HUMPHREY SMITH BEHSE SCHUMM MACLINTOCK [423 o PHI XI CHAPTER Established in 1921 WALTER F. HUNT, PH.D. HENRY A. VICK FRATRES IN FACULTATE WILFRED N. ST. PETER, A.M. FRATRES IN URBE ARNOLD V. HACKFIELD LESLIE G. HAYES JOHN M. NICKELSON, B.S. FRANK H. BACON JOSEPH E. DICKINSON ALPHONSO BEUTHEIN WILLIAM J. BOND HOMER W. DOWNING CARL J. ANDREASEN RICHARD E. FEICK MARK R. BALDWIN- FRANK A. BELL FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE EMERSON L. HILL FRED S. HOSKING A. WILLIAM HAIDLE Seniors IRVING B. Moss ELDEN ROXBURGH WALTER W. DUDEK Juniors JOHN E. JUDSON D. LAWRENCE PIERCE FRED A. KIMMICH HENRY A. SMITH CHARLES B. HULL Sop iomores HARRY W. MAcDuFF ADOLPH E. ROEHM EDWARD E. NOYES RICHARD D. VICK Freshmen WILLIAM BEUTHEIN FRANCIS FRITZ WILLIAM M. BOLAM MICHAEL J. NEVILLE Louis E. YUNKER COLTON S. SMITH Louis A. VAUPRE ALBRECHT G. WAMBACH DONALD G. WEBBER H. WARD SHELDON RICHARD D. YOUNG FOXBURGH DOWNING ROEHM WEBBER NOYES VAUPRE FEICK PIERCE HOSKING R. VICK BOND KIMMICH JUDSON HULL H. SMITH HILL A. BEUTHEIN DICKINSON H. VICK YUNKER HAIDLE Moss PETERSON C. SMITH SHELDON W. BEUTHEIN YOUNG SINCLAIR BOLAM LANDECK ANDREASON BELL FRITZ [424 Established in 1921 ta- FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE GEORGE S. BUCHANAN, A.B. BECKER W. HUNGERFORD, A.B. LIONEL E. AMES W. EBEN BURR CARLETON S. ELLSWORTH STANLEY H. ARMSTRONG HOWARD V. ASTLEY ALBERT F. COOK Seniors RICHARD D. HARTNELL A. GORDON OLIVER BERTRAM KING WALTER E. PEAR WALTER D. MEYER DONALD J. ROXBURGH MAX F. GREENMAN Juniors CHARLES W. HUNTER JOHN B. O ' CONNOR ERWIN J. JEDELE REINHOLD E. OESTER JAMES B. JOHNSON KEITH C. STONE HERBERT W. COOPER LAWRENCE BURKHARDT JOHN W. HULL Sophomores ELMER F. LAUTNER DAVID A. Fox WILLIAM A. GIBSON, JR. NORMAN E. GILMORE EDWIN MCLEAN LESLIE E. MEYER Freshmen CHAUNCEY D. OSBORNE HAROLD J. PHILLIPS JOSEPH SHARA CECIL O. WILCOX ROSCOE H. SNYDER ROBERT C. STRAUB LESLIE VAN DOREN ROBERT E. HASTINGS KARL D. MALCOLM JAMES P. STEINHAUER HUNTER HULL STRAUB MALCOLM HASTINGS JOHNSON LAUTNER JEDELE STONE BURKHARDT OLIVER HUNGERFORD OESTER ASTLEY O ' CONNOR VANDOREN COOPER ABMSTRONG COOK WILCOX PEAR ELLSWORTH KING W. MEYER SHARA BURR GREENMAN HARTNELL BUCHANAN ROXBURGH SNYDER Fox AMES L. MEYER GILMORE OSBORNE MCLEAN STEINHAUKR GIBSON PHILLIPS ;425 ] BETA TAU CHAPTER Established in 1922 FRATRES IX FACULTATE AMOS C. ANDERSON, A.B. MAJOR WILLIAM T. CARPENTER, M.E. RALPH L. BELKNAP, B.S. EDISON H. CRAMER, A.B. NEWTON S. BEMENT, A.M. ROBERT D. HORN, A.B. LAWRENCE M. GOULD, B.S., A.B. FRANCIS L. BAILEY, A.B HAROLD D. McCLURE DEAN C. DENMAN, A.B. HERBERT P. BOSTICK VERL J. HILTON IRWIN E. STEGMEIER ROGER D. DOTEN GEORGE A. PAHMENTER OKIE D. BROWN- NORMAN H. BLAIR DAIN H. EDERLE DAHRELL O. NUTTING FRATRES IN URBE WILLIAM L. BETTISON FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CARL H. FORTUNE, A.B. LACEY W. METCALF GERMER J. O ' MARA CYRIL L. KENDALL, A.B. GEORGE N. WELSH, A.B. HAROLD G. WOOD, A.B. Seniors WILMER S. FLEMING HORACE W. GLASGOW ROBERT A. MANCHESTER ARCH J. MARMOR ROBERT H. WATTLEWORTH DONALD B. WINES Juniors LYMAN J. GLASGOW BRADFORD B. LOVELAND DUDLEY M. PHELPS DONALD J. REESE ROGER I. WYKES, JR. Sophomores W. CORNELIUS DIXON DONALD D. DUNN DONALD L. MC!LHINEY ROBERT B. PICKARD Freshmen CLAYTON B. BRIGGS ROBERT H. BROWN WALTER A. KUENZEL LLOYD W. MOORE HAROLD G. STROEBEL FREDERICK K. WYKES E. PAYSON GREGORY HUDSON T. MORTON DANIEL J. MORTON SHELDON E. WESTERMAN ROBERT B. MCPHERSON FREDERICK W. CRON CARL H. MORGENSTERN DUNN O. BROWN PICKARD MCPHERSON DIXON MC!LHINBV GREGORY PHELPS WYKES D. MORTON H. GLASGOW DOTEN L. GLASGOW H. MORTON WATTLEWORTH FLEMING REESE STEGMEIER BOSTICK MARMOR WINES MANCHESTER WESTERMAN R. BROWN MOORE NUTTING BRIGGS BLAIR KUEN EL MORGENSTERN STROEBEL EDERLE LOVELAND . T-T.T.T.T-T.T: 426] BETA CHAPTER Established in 1922 FHATER IN FACULTATE CLARENCE F. KESSLER FRATRES IN UNTVERSITATE DOUGLAS V. BALL HERBERT F. BARRETT RAYMOND L. BEECHER JESSE W. BOLLINGER LAWRENCE H. HALL FRANK R. DENTZ, JR. SAMUEL E. LAPP GEORGE BAILEY Seniors HIESTAND E. BROWN C. WOOD CLEMONS J. CLIFFORD DELONG Juniors LEE L. NORTON Sophomores JOHN W. HOLMES DE VITT T. SEXTON Freshmen JOHN H. NUNNELEY II. LEROY SELMEIER ROY F. DENG ROHERT P. EVERETT GEORGE H. GRIFFIN RALPH L. SMITH ROBERT L. WASHBURN KENNETH S. SMITH J. BENNETT WOOD HOWARD R. STEVENSON BROWN WASHBURN DENG NORTON GRIFFIN HALL CLEMONS KERMATH HOLMES K. SMITH KESSLER BALL EVERETT BARRETT BEECHER R. SMITH BOLLINGER DELONG PARDEE BERNTHAL NUNNELEY HALLUM LAPP DENTZ SEXTON [427 Deff n_ ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1922 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE GEORGE R. ELLEDGE L. L. FARRELL S. K. RIBLET JOHN MARVIN HERMAN DONALD O. COOK WILLIAM S. DIEHL WILLIAM C. MARX Seniors LEROY E. HIEBER JOHN M. Russ, JR. RICHARD C. MASTERS EDWARD J. TALASKA FRED T. WALL JOSEPH H. WEIDEN, JR. ERNEST G. GREEN GEORGE C. WHITTLESEY JOHN A. JAY GUNTHER E. TlEDKE union OSCAR H. JEKEL ALVA H. JOHNSON NORMAN H. STRONG MERWIN H. WATERMAN BASIL E. WHITE FRANKLIN R. SMITH DONALD E. MULLIKEN DONELL F. ANDERSON HOMER 0. STRONG Sophomores GWYN M. HUGHES GEORGE W. CROW WARREN M. HASKIN EVERETTE W. SAWYER ROBERT D. MARTIN EDWARD F. HOLMES RALPH J. CROW KARL A. JEKEL J. GAIL LYONS Freshmen HOWELL Russ JOHN PRITCHARD EDWARD F. HOLMES MARTIN FARRELL HUGHES WHITE ANDERSON SAWYER JOHNSON HIEBER G. CROW MULLIKEN WATERMAN DIEHL O. JEKEL TIEDKE ELLEDGE RIBLET SMITH MASTERS TALASKA WEIDEN GREEN J. M. Russ WHITTLESEY COOK WALL MARX HERMAN R. CROW H. Russ H. STRONG N. STRONG ZIMMERMAN K. JEKEL HASKIN -T.T-T-T.T-T. .T.T-T.T-T-T-T-T-y.T-T-T-T- 428] ' ' -- ' ' 1 OMICRON CHAPTER Established in 1922 lt elta. ROBERT BRIKMAN JOSEPH NATHANSON THEODORE BERGMAN PETER P. GINSHF.RG IRVING FINK PRATER IN FACULTATE SAUL C. OPPENHEIM FRATRES IN URBE SAMUEL B. DANTO FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Sen tors SYDNEY ROSENTHAL Louis A. SCHWARTZ HARRY H. PLATT BERNARD FINK Louis GOLDEN- LOUIS GOLDSTEIN MILTON MADDIN Juniors BENJAMIN D. MILLER HARRY RICHMAN HENRY P. ROSIN BERNARD YAWITZ EDWARD RUBINSTEIN ADOLPH A. SCHMIER Sophomores SIDNEY J. KARBEL JACK BERNARD MUNDSTUK MILTON L. PRAG JACK CHARLES GORDON GABRIEL ROSIN MARVIN AVERBOOK SAMUEL KOMITO Freshmen Louis KRAMER Louis SWARTZ MADDIN GORDON GOLDSTEIN FINK H. ROSIN PRAG PLATT SCHWARTZ YAWITZ NATHANSON ROSENTHAL KARBEL MUNDSTUK RUBENSTEIN SCHMIER GINSBERG RICHMAN MILLER KOMITO BROMBERG BERGMAN SWARTZ GROSSMAN G. ROSIN KRAMER GOLDEN AVERBOOK [429] NU CHAPTER Established in 1922 PRATER IN URBE BEN KELLER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE RALPH J. BENYAS MOREY ABRAHAMS MILTON M. BLINK CHARLES K. FELDMAN LEO M ELLEN Seniors MAX D. SCHUSTER Juniors MAURICE GALANTER CHARLES LIPSHUTZ SIDNEY R. DREBIN Sophomores HERBERT M. EIGES MAX M. GUTTMAN BENNIE CAPLAN GEORGE WOLINITZ CARL A. STEINDLER SAMUEL V. LEVY Freshmen JULIUS H. SACHS ROBERT J. SILBERSTEIN IRVING B. WOLCHOK JOSEPH ELKIN GALANTER GUTTMAN SCHUSTER BLINK ABRAHAMS LEVY DREBIN BENYAS WOLINITZ MELLEN LIPSHUTZ CAPLAN FELDMAN WOLCHOK SACHS SILBERSTEIN ELKIN EIGES [430] ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER Established in 1922 PRATER IN FACULTATE RALPH F. COHN FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors JUSTIN L. MOONEY ABE HURWICH LEONARD B. ETTELSON ROYAL OPPENHEIM EDWIN B. OPPENHEIM EDGAR A. GUENSBERG ARNOLD T. FLEIG CARLYLE P. IMMERMAN ALFRED MIELZINER ANDREW E. PHOPPER EDWARD GUETTEL Juniors IRVING A. HURWICH JACK R. COHEN RONALD GLADSTONE Sophomores JAMES C. LIKBMAN RICHARD COLIN ROBERT M. SKALL Freshmen ALBERT STERN MARCEL MOONEY MARVIN WELFELD J. BERTRAM HIRSCH STANLEY IMKRMAN MAURICE K. WEIL HAROLD P. EHRLICH LAWRENCE HYMAN GUETTEL M. MOONEY HYMAN WELLFELD PROPPER STERN V5XSS [431 IOTA CHAPTER Established in 1855 Re-established in 1923 FRATER IN FACULTATE WARREN E. FORSYTHE, M.D. E. GLEN HERSMAN FRATRES IN URBE WILLIAM J. BOOTH WILLIAM E. PRESTON HAROLD S. ARNER LLOYD C. CARLETON RAWSON O. MARSH WILLIAM R. BRAINARD PAUL JOSEPH KELLER SIDNEY B. BUTZ FRATER IN UNIVERSITATE HARRY B. GRUNDY, A.B. Seniors GEORGE GAY CARMEN CLAUDE D. DYKEMA L. BEAUMONT PARKS WALTER L. GRAVER CLIFFORD B. MCKECHNIE GEORGE A. WHINERY JAMES B. YOUNG Juniors ALLAN S. MORTON GEORGE L. PATTEE ALDEN S. MARVIN CHESTER A. SIRRINE Sophomores JOHN W. COALE WILLIAM HAROLD HEATH KENNETH L. HOLLISTER LEONEL C. PITTS FREDERICK M. PHELPS, JR. Freshmen HENRY B. CLARK EDWIN D. MORTON JAMES D. TAYLOR DONALD WRIGHT E. D. MORTON CLARK WRIGHT BUTZ PHELPS BRAINAHD PITTS HEATH KELLER HOLLISTER COALE MARVIN SIRRINE A. S. MORTON WHINERY PATTEE MARSH CARMEN ARNER PARKS CRAVER YOUNG GRUNDY CARLETON MCKECHNIE DYKEMA .T.T.T.T-T.T-T. .T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T-T.T-T.T.T.r. r.r.T.T.T.T-T. [432] TAU CHAPTER Established in 1923 appe- FRATRES IN FACULTATE AXEL MARIN, B.S. FRANK A. MICKLE, B.S. ALFRED FISCHER FREDERICK A. BODDY STANLEY O. CROWE CECIL F. EDE RALPH M. FREEMAN E. LAWRENCE GOLDEN PRESTON C. BRADY NELS V. MARIN FRATRES IN URBE GRAEME O ' GERAN FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors JOSEPH A. GRANT OSCAR W. LAKE ROBERT E. JONES ELLIOTT E. MOODY MURRY J. KEPLER ROY W. PATON FREDERICK MARIN ARNOLD E. STOLL FOSTER B. ROSER RUSSELL H. TRITES RALPH E. WATT Juniors ARLEN R. HELLWARTH WILLIAM A. MACKENZIE RICHARD O. PAPENGUTH LAVERN F. HYDE PORTER W. MCDONNELL LAWRENCE E. TRIPPE Sophomores DONALD F. GENTZ JOHN F. HARLAN MILTON W. WARREN DAVID C. YOKES Freshmen WALLACE C. WAITE WARREN HARLAN MACKENZIE MCDONNELL JONES HELLWARTH MOODY KEPLER HYDE GOLDEN BRADY PATON O ' GERAN TRIPPE EDE CROWE LAKE TRITES WATT GRANT PAPENGUTH F. MARIN BODDY ROSER N. MARIN YOKES THOMSON YOUNG WAITE [433] lau t psilon rh HYMEN HOFFMAN, A.B. U FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE SAMUEL H. HIMELSTEIX, A.B. CHI CHAPTER Established in 1923 HERMAN WEPMAN, A.B. Seniors ARTHUR M. ROSENTHAL THEODORE X. GOLDSTEIN Juniors A. HARRY DOBBS ISADORE GUTOV JOSEPH J. FINEMAN HERMAN SHUMSKY SAMUEL CATSMAN SAMUEL B. BURNSTEIN MAURICE J. SHADDEN JACK WEISBERG DAVID KASS DAVID P. ZASETSKY HERMAN I. MADALIA Sophomores MAURICE MARKOWITZ MAXWELL B. SHAPIRO MENDEL J. SAFER ROBERT ZANVILLE ALBERT FENTON BERNARD GOLDMAN Freshmen A. LESTER GRUBER WILLIAM ROTHSTEIN M. ROBERT PRENNER JOSEPH B. ALEXANDER DAVID WEPMAN BERNARD PUPKO PUPKO CATSMAN ROTHSTEIN GOLDMAN FENTON GRUBER D. WEPMAN SHAPIRO SHUMSKY ALEXANDER SAFER MARKOWITZ WEISBERG ZASETSKY MADALIA PRENNER BURNSTEIN SHADDEN GUTOV FINEMAN KASS GOLDSTEIN HOFFMAN HIMELSTEIN ROSENTHAL DOBBS H. WEPMAN [434] NU CHAPTER Established in 1924 rki, ivappa- THOMAS J. DONAHUE, A.B. JOSEPH L. MCKENNA FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE " M. G. FA BLOW JAMES A. MORLEY, B.S. JOHN J. MCCARTHY FRANK J. ORTMA N, A.B. BERNARD G. BABICKY FRANCIS L. O ' MELIA Sen iors PHILIP R. MILLER T. GERALD McSHANE WALTER S. RAE GEORGE W. WATERS LEON J. WEICHEL WM. L. MILLS ALVIN F. WEICHEL WALTER R. BRENNAN JOHN D. MARKEY Juniors LEO A. CANNON WM. MAXCY HARRY J. MERRICK KARL B. ROBERTSON GREGORY MELA VAN FITZGERALD A. MCCARTHY ANTHONY G. SACKALOSCAS JOSEPH V. BRADY Sophomores DUMONT F. HIXSON JOHN WAGNER GEORGE O ' CONNELL FRANCIS T. O ' BRIEN JOSEPH CLIFFORD Freshmen CYRIL COYNE MILTON WAGNER MCKENNA O ' BRIEN F. MCCARTHY McANiFF MARKEV RAE I. WAGNER BRADY ORTMAN MORLEY R. CLIFFORD VANORDEN A. WEICHEL MERRICK FARLOW SHANNON MILLER ROBERTSON MILLS HIXSON WATERS DONAHUE J. MCCARTHY BABICKY BRENNAN L. WEICHELL MCSHANE SACKALOSCAS CANNON O ' CONNELL MAXCY MELAVEN WAGNER COYNE J .CLIFFORD O ' MELIA [435] ZETA CHAPTER Established in 1924 HONORARY MEMBERS LEONARD A. BARRETT, D.D. LEWIS C. REIMAN FRATRES IN FACULTATE ALEX C. BURR FRANK M. VREELAND FRATRES IN URBE WILBERT T. CLAXTON STACY R. BLACK WILLIAM H. STRICKLER KENNETH D. NEWELL CHESTER A. CLARK JOHN C. ALLEN GEORGE H. BARTON ANGUS M. BABCOCK FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors ROBERT R. CLARK LEWIS J. EVANS GEORGE B. MELLEN ROY ADAMS WILBERT G. HARTLE JOHN L. WILSON W. H. HICKS ARNOLD E. STOLL JAMES C. JACKSON H. WILLARD RENINGER J. DONALD SULLIVAN EMIL M. KAISER J. THOMAS DASEF Juniors ALFRED D. SUMMERS A. E. WYLIE Sophomores IRVING B. DICK ROY A. BEATTY GEORGE S. REGISTER GEORGE G. ALDER B. T. PERRINE Freshmen PAUL W. FRESHWATERS JAMES F. KLOCK LEROY 0. DAHLBERG PAUL R. DAHLBERG FLOYD V. WINNER HICKS SUMMERS ALDER WINNER FRESHWATERS BARTON RENINGER BEATTY SULLIVAN MELLEN REGISTER WILSON BURR VREELAND C. CLARK L. DAHLBERG KAISER R. CLARK EVANS STRICKLER REIMAN P. DAHLBERG NEWELL JACKSON BLACK HARTLE ALLEN WIDGER DICKINSON KLOCK ADAMS WYLIE L-ARowE PERRINE DICK STOLL rr.T-T.T.T.T.T-T.T.-r: [436 SIGMA IOTA CHAPTER Established in 1923 PAUL TILDS FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors JAMES L. ROSOFF BENJAMIN W. PASS MYRON D. STEIN Juniors ABRAM R. SIMON DAVID S. TOUFF SIDNEY BIELFIELD ROBERT ELSTER HERBERT L. SEIDMAN BERT W. AMSTER ALLAN E. LEVIE Sophomores JOSEPH D. GOLDSMITH MILTON E. FEILER D. BERNARD SIMON ARTHUR J. LEVY MILTON J. SILBERBERG IRA MICHELSON Freshmen MELVIN J. KUTTNAUER EDWARD SEITNER HOWARD BLOOM STANLEY Fox KUTTNAUER SILBERBERG Fox GOLDSMITH SEITNER LEVY B. SIMON MICHELSON SEIDMAN TOUFF ELSTER AMSTER TILDS A. SIMON BIELFIELD STEIN ROSOFF 437 GAMMA BETA CHAPTER Established 1923 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE FRANKLIN V. BARGER DICKRAN M. NAHIKIAN EARL F. STRUBB WALTER A. BROWE ARTHUR J. PAUL GEORGE C. WILSON BRUCE E. CARL JOHN A. BARRETT ORMOND E. PARR LEON H. WENDEL Seniors CHARLES W. CHAMPION ARTHUR W. REICHERT DONALD A. ZINN Juniors RAY E. COLLINS HENRY L. DUFF STANLEY M. BAXTER THOMAS J. SEBURN AUGUST K. ZINN FRANK T. ZINN JOSEPH C. ELLIS RALPH H. SHEEL Sophomores RALPH C. HEIDLOFF LlLBURN WOODWORTH FREDERICK J. HILDEBRANDT ARTHUR SCHUBRING MAURICE P. RHODES FRANK M. TOWNSEND DWIGHT H. COURSEY JAMES V. LAMMY Freshmen W. SPENCER BRANDT KENNETH H. McCLEAN ELLIS WOODWORTH HEIDLOFF LAMMY SEBURN SCHEEL MCLEAN BRANDT PAUL TOWNSEND RHODES WILSON A. ZINN COLLINS DUFF F. ZINN BROWE CARL BAXTER PARR CHAMPION WENDEL COURSEY STRUBB BARRETT SCHUBRING D. ZINN HILDEBRANDT REICHERT BARGER NAHIKIAN .T-T-f.T.T.T.T-T.T. [438] Omega PHI CHAPTER Established in 1922 FRATRES IN URBE JOHN R. COTTIN LUCIUS L. McKENZIE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE EUGENE E. ALSTON, A.B. JAMES E. ELLIOTT, A.B. JOHN H. DENT, JR., A.B. DUDLEY MALLORY, A.B. ERNEST RICHARDS, A.B. ALBERT KEITH CORTEZ E. ENGLISH JOSEPH N. BANKS THURMAN BELL CHAUNCEY KENDALL Seniors Juniors W. DEHART HUBBARD Sophomores Freshmen EDWARD J. BRAZLEY JOHN MOXLKY FLOYD H. SKINNER LEWIS L. LONG LEON H. HUBBARD DANIEL H. HERBERT JOHN W. STARNES BRAZLEY KENDALL HERBERT MOXI.EY STARNES BELL L. HUBBARD RICHARDS SKINNER LONG ALSTON ENGLISH MALLORY ELLIOTT D. HUBBARU WALKER DENT BANKS I 439 EPSILON CHAPTER Established in 1909 Re-established in 1923 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE G. M. BROWN, B.S. B. MC.GRAW, A.B. C. W. CHINN, Pn.B., A.M. E. B. PERRY, A.B. M. CRAWFORD, B.S. V. CHRISTIAN, A.B. U. S. WIGGINS, A.B. E. ARMSTEAD A. P. LEE G. COCHRANE L. A. LOOMIS Seniors E. HARRIS, JR. L. PERRY G. JONES B. V. LAWSON A. L. KIDD T. W. FLEMING, JR. A. B. CONN T. K. BORDERS Juniors J. J. RUCKER N. S. MINOR Sophomores T. WHITE C. BYRD WHITE L. C. PERRY LAWSON CRAWFORD McGRAW LEE Looms E. .B PERRY JONES CONN BROWN MINOR CHINN FLEMING BORDERS on. ALBERT LOCKWOOD A. LAWRENCE BIGELOW, PH.D. HONORARY MEMBERS CHARLES .1. TILDEN, B.S. Established in 1905 ALFRED H. LLOYD, Pn.D. WILLIAM O. HOAD, B.S. Loi ' IS B. Cl ' RRAN HARVEY F. REED WARREN G. CORYELL CARL E. OHLMACHER G. GILBERT THORNE ROY H. CALLAHAN WALTER E. THULIN JOHN R. C. LONG, JR. FRATER IN URBE HERBERT G. W ATKINS FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE GEORGE W. HYDE STEWART R. BOVER .Seniors N. THOMAS BARRON CHARLES L. MORGAN JOHN M. RUSSELL D. NEIL REID LUCIEN F. SWEET Juniors JOHN G. GARLINGHOUSE EDWARD M. Fox FREDERICK M. FREEMAN F. CULVER PARKER Sophomores HOWARD A. TURNER URVAN W. HAMPTON WILL H. WEISE CARL E. KANE Freshmen JAMES E. BOYER GEORGE A. FARQUHAR W. C. MACDOUGALL KARL F. MAST EUGENE F. CARDWELL W. EUGENE DIMON STANFORD N. PHELPS CARL E. ALBRACHT PHELPS CALLAHAN MACDOUGALL KANE FARQUHAR CARDWELL ALBRACHT MAST THORNE BOYER TURNER WEISE LONG THULIN HAMPTON n PAF KER Fox GARLINGHOUSE OHLMACHER FR EEMEN 3 BARRON CORY ELI SWEET RUSSELL REID MORGAN REED N 1 . .. . _ .- r , -. . . . _ - .T.T.T .T.T.r. T.T.T-T-T-T.T-VJ [442; Established in 1922 JOHN H. BAIRD RRVIN HowAiu) PRATER IN FACULTATE RUSSEL A. DODGE, M.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors GREFORY B. HARTMAN SAMUEL B. DOUGHTON GLENN R. WILKINSON WILLIAM GRAULICK, JR. HARLOW I. HALL Juniors RUDOLPH B. ANDERSON JOHN D. MALNIGHT LLOYD F. REED CHARLES B. MULLETT HOWARD E. ROSE SELDEN T. HUNTTING HOWARD A. DAVIS Sop io nores JOHN E. MARSHALL GILBERT BIAS PAUL B. WICKS ROBERT J. CHICK, JK. JOHN H. NICHOLSON JERRY S. BENSON VERNON D. NERGER CLARENCE S. TAPPAN Freshmen ADOLPH B. GOODYKAR DANIEL C. GATES ROBERT M. LOWMAN CHARLES R. WALGREEN, JR. FRANCIS G. ZICK HAROLD G. BIXBY RIAN MULLETT MARSHALL NERGER DAVIS HALL ROSE HUNTTING BENSON REED ANDERSON HARTMAN GRAULICH WILKINSON DODGE BAIRD HOWARD MALNIGHT WALGREEN GOODYEAR BIXBY GATES I APPAN [443 ( - X--L-J---L--1.--L--L ' -L ' -L--1.-J---1 ' -L ' 1_ ' J. ' J. ' J--J- ' J. ' -L-_L ' ' J.T ' Chyron House Club Established in 1922 PRATER IN FACULTATE Louis M. EICH FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE KENNETH G. WIGLE Seniors J. K. DUNN JULIUS A. HANSLOVSKY Juniors THORVALD C. THOMPSON MILLARD H. PRYOR JOHN S. DETAR RUSSELL T. HOWE HARRY E. ZUCK PAUL D. DALKE ROBERT A. WATERMAN ARNOLD HEINEMAN HOWARD E.WAHRENBROCK FRITCHOF T. SALLNESS 1 EARL P. SAWYER ORVILLE J. BOND Sophomores THOMAS M. PRYOR BERYL K. WRIGHT THEODORE E. HOFFMAN ROBERT N. CROSS CHARLES Y. CLARK ROBERT O. VARNUM Freshmen II. IRVING WARD EDGAR B. BROWN WRIGHT HEINEMAN BOND DALKE SALLNESS CROSS VARNUM DETAR WARD HOFFMAN ZUCK SAWYER DUNN CLARK WAHRENBROCK HANSLOVSKY HOWE THOMPSON WIGLE M. PRYOR T. PRYOR WATERMAN .T.T-T-T.T-T-r-T.T-T.T.T.T.T. .T.T.T.T.T.l.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.TiT.T.T.T.T.T.T.r.T.T-l-T.T.T-T.v T.T.T .T. T.T.T.T.T-T-T. [444] Established 1923 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE DR. I. FRIEDMAN DR. J. ABRAMSON Seniors MILTON S. FELDMAX HARRY C. METZGER SYDNEY L. WEINBERG SYDNEY K. BEIGLER EDWARD S. STERN Juniors DAVID D. DANENBERG Louis J. EISENBEHG DAVID V. ELCOXIN ELY W. UARELIK MAURICE E. BACHMAN SAMUEL H. EISENBERG Sophomores HAROLD CHATLIX JOHN FREEDMAX ISIDORE J. SKLOVER IRVING BERNSTEIN BARNEY B. ISRAEL Freshmen ALEX OLEXIKOFF DANIEL BUDNITZSK FRED S. WEINBRAUB BUDNITZSKY BERNSTEIN KOTKIN SKLOVER FREEDMAN J. ISRAEL CHATLIX OLENIKOFF BEIGLER STERN ABRAMSON WEINBERG I. FRIEDMAN FELDMAN METZGER EISENBERG L. HARELIK ELCONIN BACHMAN EISENBERG D. DANENBERG [445] JOSEPH BENKIRT RALPH GOODALL HOWARD B. GREEN Sigma Established in 1923 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Juniors D. CLINTON GREEN HOMER B. PORRIT Sophomores JAMES J. DUNN EDWIN C. GALSTERER WILLIS HANDY CHARLES LEWIS HARRY OLSEN C. FLOYD WHITE HAROLD G. MANCHESTER BERTROW W. ROCKWELL Freshmen STANLEY H. RICHARDSON E. B. SCHERMERHORN PORRIT ROCKWELL SCHERMERHORN LEWIS MANCHESTER GALSTERER H. B. GREEN RICHARDSON D. C. GREEN BKNKIRT HANDY DUNN GOODALL OLSON WHITE [446] FRATHES IN UNIVEHSITATE Seniors GILBERT ' APPELHOF, JR. PAUL S. CALKINS GEORGE L. DE FOE HJALMAR S. HANSEN MERLE D. LATSON HERBERT F. POEHLE KENNETH M. RICHARDS WILLARD B. SPENCER KARL J. FAIRBANKS MORLEY PlGGOTT GEORGE H. HOLMES Juniors MORRIS H. LLOYD HAROLD A. STORMS EDGAR R. " IGHTMAN SojD io nores CHARLES H. BEARDSLEY SCHUYLER B. ELLIOTT W. VICTOR OWEN JOHN P. SUTTER C. GLENN WINGER Freshmen FREDERicJW. BALLENTINE FREDERICK J. BEAL LANDON V. X. BURT HARRY H. COWAN HERMAN G. BREMKNKAMPF, JR. CHARLES D. WHEELER JAMES B. FORMAN BEARDSLEY ELLIOTT WINGER OWEN STORMS SUTTER LLOYD HANSEN LATSON FAIRBANKS RICHARDS POEHLE CALKINS APPELHOF SPENCER DE FOE PIGGOTT BEAL WHEELER BALLENTINE BURT [447] r etcHer Flail A residence built by the Dormitories Corporation which is composed of a group of Michigan Alumni. OFFICERS C. H. MOONEY, President H. F. BENNETT, Secretary H. A. WILLIAMS, Treasurer J. RORICH, Manager TRUSTEE COMMITTEE H. A. WILLIAMS A. J. TUTTLE PAUL GRAY STUDENT OFFICERS JOHANN RORICH . LOUIS CURRAN LAWRENCE KIMBRELL JAMES CURTO .... ALLAN BERNE-ALLEN, JR. BOARD OF DIRECTORS EARL BABST OSCAR W T EBBER C. B. CUCHARME HON. ALEX J. GROESBECK WM. J. HESTON B. P. SHERWOOD ARTHUR C. BLOOMFIELD GEORGE J. GEREBACH C. H. MOONEY Head Proctor Proctor Proctor President Vice- President DONALD ADAMS GEORGE M. ANDRELICK GEORGE M. ARONEN FRANCIS A. BELL ALLAN BERNE-ALLEN, JR. FREDERICK W. BLACKBURN T. H. CARMICHAEL HERBERT CASE HARRY CLARK EDWARD S. CLARK STANLEY CRIGHTON Louis CURRAN J. MORRIS DENNIS FRANKLIN J. Enic LOREN EWEN MAX FlNLKEMAN JAMES B. FORMAN, .In. Louis Fox RUSSELL C. GOODRICH THEODORE HINZE STUDENTS EARL HOLMBERG HOMER HAYWARD JAMES HUBBARD ROBERT KEEGAN ALFRED EUGENE KELLEY OTTO C. KOCH LAWRENCE KIMBRELL KURT KRENLICKA MENTOR KRAUS ROBERT LANG ROBERT W. LESLIE MONROE LIPPMAN B. J. MCDONALD CHARLES D. MILLS GEORGE PAGE H. F. POWELL S. A. PARISH ROBERT RENWICK HARBEY RICHARDSON FREDERICK D. RICHARDSON HARRY ROSENHEIM CHARLES G. ROBERTSON WILLIAM J. ROBERTSON JOHANN RORIC H CARL G. SEASWORD HORACE W. SHELDON J. C. SIMONS CHARLES R. SIEDER MARTIN SERRA WALTER SHIPLEY WILLIAM SIREN ROLAND A. SKEEL ALEXANDER TEPPERT RAY TRICKEY JAMES TAYLOR MARCUS ULLRICH JAMES VANVLIET JOHN VOCCARIELLIO HERBERT WILEY J. D. WEISBERGE .T-r.T-T [448] Professional Fraternities In the order of their establishment at the University of Michigan PHI DELTA PHI 1869 Nu SIGMA Nu 1882 DELTA SIGMA DELTA 1882 PHI DELTA CHI 1883 ALPHA SIGMA 1888 Xi Psi PHI 1889 PHI RHO SIGMA 1897 PHI BETA Pi 1898 PHI ALPHA DELTA 1905 PHI CHI 1905 Psi OMEGA 1905 ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA 1906 GAMMA ETA GAMMA 1910 DELTA THETA PHI 1912 ALPHA RHO CHI 1914 THETA Xi 1914 SIGMA DELTA KAPPA 1914 ALPHA CHI SIGMA 1916 DELTA SIGMA Pi 1921 PHI DELTA EPSILON . 1922 [450] KENT CHAPTER Established in 1869 Legal Fraternity FRATRES IN FACULTATE PRESIDENT EMERITUS H. B. HUTCHINS, A.B., LL.B. DEAN H. M. BATES, PH.D., LL.B. DEAN J. R. EFFINGER, PH.D. PROFESSOR E. C. GODDARD, Pn.B., LL.B. PROFESSOR H. L. WILGUS, M.S. PROFESSOR V. H. LANE, C.E., LL.B. PROFESSOR R. W. AIGLER, LL.B. PROFESSOR J. H. DRAKE PH.D., LL.B. PROFESSOR E. N. DURFEE, A.B. J.D. PROFESSOR E. R. SUNDERLAND, LL.B, A.M. PROFESSOR J. B. WAITE, A.B., LL.B. PAUL BUCKLEY, LL.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JOHN P. DAWSON, JR., A.B. WENDELL T. FITZGERALD, A.B., Phi Gamma Delta ALLARD W. FROGNER, Sigma Alpha Epsilon GERVYS GRYLLS, A.B., Sigma Phi ALFRED C. HIRTH, A.B., Sigma Chi WILLIAM H. HITCHCOCK, A.B., Beta Theta Pi VICTOR H. LANE, JR., Psi Upsilon NORMAN D. LATTIN, A.B., Delta Kappa Upsilon PAUL A. LEIDY, A.B., A.M. GLENN A. McCLEARY, B.A., Beta Theta Pi HORACE M. MECHEM DUKE M. PATRICK, B.S. BOWEN E. SCHUMACHER, A.B., Psi Upsilon YATES G. SMITH, A.B., Alpha Delta Phi KARL H. VELDE, A.B., Phi Delta Theta L. PERKINS BULL, A.B., Zeta Psi JOHN T. INGHRAM, JR., A.B., Theta Chi C. COOLIDGE KREIS, A.B. WILLIAM P. MCLEAN, Kappa Alpha (So) MARION B. STAHL, A.B., Theta Delta Chi WALTER H. VELDE, A.B., Phi Delta Theta BEN S. WENDELKEN, Sigma Chi. ROBERT G. YERKES, A.B., Delta Upsilon JOHN M. BULKELY, Delta Kappa Epsilon WILLIAM B. CUDLIP, Phi Kappa Psi THOMAS B. GILMORE, Zeta Psi ROGERS I. MARQUIS, A.B. THOMAS C. STRACHAN, Phi Delta Theta EDWARD E. WEADOCK, Psi Upsilon G. HERBIG YOUNGE. Chi Psi EDWARD S. CLARK, Delta Upsilon JAMES DRESBACH, Alpha Sigma Phi WILLIAM L. HOLLOWAY EGBERT R. ISBELL, Sigma Nu DONALD SLAWSON, Sigma Phi Epsilon WEADOCK MARQUIS GILMORE CUDLIP BULKLEV STRACHAN YOUNGE KREIS YERKES I NGHRAM BULL W. VELDE LEIDY LATTIN MCCLEARY LANE GRYLLS SMITH STAHL HITCHCOCK FITZGERALD DAWSON K. VELDE SCHUMACHER HIRTH MECHEM FROGNER [451 . VICTOR C. YAUGHAN, PH.D., Sc.D., M.D., LL.D. FREDERICK G. Now, M.D., Sc.D., LL.D. WALTER R. PARKER, B.S., M.D. CARL D. CAMP, M.D. UDO J. WILE, A.B., M.D. FRANK N. WILSON, B.S., M.D. CARL W. EBERBACH, A.B., M.D. DONALD M. MORRILL. B.S., M.D. WILLIAM S. O ' DONNELL, B.S., M.D. CYRENUS G. DARLING, M.D I. D. LOREK, M.D. GEORGE A. MAY, M.D. J. ERNEST BARSS, B.A. HARVEY L. CLARKE WILLIAM C. WRIGHT, A.B. EDGAR A. KAHN ROBERT S. BREAKEY, B.S. THEODORE L. BLISS, B.S. HERBERT G. DUNPHY FERDINAND R. SCHEMM, B.S. ROBERT ,1. COOPER, A.B. CHARLES L. HIRWAS THOMAS F. GUSHING, A.B. NAPIER S. ALDRICH FRANKLIN G. LINDEMULDER EDWIN C. MILLER W. TRACY SMITH ROBERT W. WILKINS FRATRES IN FACULTATE W. STUART WOODRUFF, M.D. HOWARD B. BARKER, M.D. ROBERT E. BARNEY, M.D. WAUE W. STONE, M.D. WILLIAM A. SMITH, B.S., M.D. CHARLES W. EDMUNDS, A.B., M.D. REUBEN PETERSON, A.B., M.D. G. CARL HUBER, M.D. ALBERT M. BARRETT, A.B., M.D. DAYID M. COWIE, M.D. PRESTON HICKEY, A.B., M.D. FRATRES IN URBE JAMES F. BREAKEY, B.S., M.D. MARK MARSHALL, B.S., M.D. JOSEPH PALMA, M.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors WERNER W. DUEMLING ROY O. GILBERT, B.S. PUTNAM C. LLOYD, A.B. Juniors JAMES M. BOWERS, A.B. LELAND T. HENRY Sophomores JOHN U. FAUSTER, JR., A.B. CHARLES L. MACCALLUM Freshmen . TiLBERT BOWERS JAMES H. MAXWELL FREDERICK Now, JR. CHARLES W. TERRY, A.B. ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1882 Medical Fraternity HERBERT W. EMERSON, B.S., M.D. HARTHER L. KEIM, M.S., M.D. JOHN P. CAFFEY, A.B., M.D. GEORGE C. ADIE, M.D. FRANK L. SNYDER, M.D. WILLIAM H. RUMPF, B.S., M.D. ANGUS GOETZ, M.D. PAUL M. MOORE, B.S., M.D. JOHN K. DEVRIES, M.D. JOHN L. LABODIE, M.D. S. L. BIGELOW, B.S., A. B., PH. D., M.D. CARL C. WORDEN, M.D. EDGAR M. STEVENSON, B.S. JAMES V. CAMPBELL FRANCIS J. FITZPATRICK HOWARD B. HOFFMAN PERRIN H. LONG, B.S. CYRENTS G. DARLING, Jn. GEORGE F. KEIPER, JR., A.B. CHARLES SCAYARDA SOUTHARD T. FLYNN, A.B. JOSEPH W. SHAW JOHN R. MAC.GREGOR CAMERON D. KEIM, A.B. GORDON J. McCuRDY THAYER PARRY HUGH WELLMEIER ARTHUR R. WOODBURN C. KEIM YEAKEY LINOEMULDER MAXWELL SURBER HEDRICK LERov Now MILLER ALDRICH W. SMITH McCuRDY WOODBURN GUSHING WILKINS WELLMEIER PARRY TERRY T. BOWERS HIRWAS MACCALLUM FAUSTER MACGREGOR SCHEMM SCAVARDA COOPER FLYNN SHAW KEIPER J. BOWERS DUNPHY KAHN BARSS CLARKE WRIGHT BLISS HENRY DARLING HOFFMAN BREAKEY FITZPATRICK DR. H. L. KEIM STEVENSON DUEMLING LLOYD GILBERT CAMPBELL 452] ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1882 Dental Fraternity D R. H. A. ANDERSON DR. R. K. BROWN DR. R. W. BUNTING DR. L. P. HALL DR. J. O. BEAVIS H. E. AHNDT C. D. AUSUM R. L. BARRUS G. S. BLACK W. M. BULLOCK H. P. COLE H. E. BLIGHT G. R. BROOKS C. C. BUEHHER W. V. COLLINS F. E. KOEPEL F. J. KUIPER FRATRES IX FA CULT ATE DR. N. S. HOFF DR. C. J. LYONS DH. R. B. HOWELL DR. A. G. RICKERT DR. G. L. LOCKWOOD DR. L. F. RITTERSHOFKR DR. P. C. LOWRY DR. H. V. SHIELDS FRATRES IN URBE DR. H. K. BURCH DR. C. R. MAITLAND FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE G. C. ELY J. C. GlFFEN A. E. GlLMOHE V. V. GROTHAUS G. S. HUBBARD P. H. JESERICH F. H. KI-TT T. S. DAVIS V. A. HAIDLE F. K. DAINES J. E. HECHO R. E. LARSON E. E. MERRIMAN B. T. MICKLOW Seniors J. K. LYONS II . M. MATTESON P. R. MILLER E. J. MULCAHY 0. E. NOBERT H. C. PHILLIPS Juniors S. L. MENGEL 1. O ' LEN Sophomores H. D. MAC-GKKGOR F. F. PFEIFER Freshmen H. E. NEELY R. C. OWENS C. J. PLYMALE DR. .J. J. TRAVIS DK. F. B. VEDDER DR. M. L. YARD DR. E. L. WHITMAN DR. V. F. VOOD V. R. RICHARDS H. E. RICHARDSON H. E. RICKERT R. F. SOMMER R. L. WHEATON C. O. WILCOX J. F. SCHWART . P. B. PIKE V. F. Ross E. W. ROYER R. G. TURNER PIKE PFEIFER DAVIS SCHWARTZ BLIGHT MENGEL DAINES MERRIMAN TURNER HECHO Ross BUEHRF.R KUIPER OWENS KINGERY GROTHAUS PHILLIPS WILCOX RICHARDS BARRUS KUTT WHEATON AUSUM MULCAHY RICKERT MATTESON GILMORE ELY BROOKS ARNDT HUBBARD RICHARDSON SOMMER BLACK LYONS JESERICH COLE BULLOCK GIFFEN XOBERT [453 I ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1883 Chemical Fraternity PRATER IN FACULTATE C. H. STOCKING CLIFFORD C. GLOVER ROBERT J. CARNEY CHARLES V. EDMUNDS HOBART H. VlLLARD HERBERT W. EMERSON T. KLINGMAN LEONARD WAGGONER ROY K. MCALPINE VICTOR C. VAUGHAN PRATER IN URBE W. N ' UNGESTER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors G. ASHCRAFT D. BOARDMAN HERBERT NOEL B. GROFF D. HAMILTON H. E. KORTMAN J. BROWN G. FARR JOHN HOWBRIDGE L. FOUGHT H. FERGUSON W. WARDNER HAROLD BOWERS R. CHAPMAN M. JONES F. WEIHE RAYMOND MILLS P. NIELSON JOHN GALVIN H. HILSINGER J. OHLSON F. WENZLER Juniors H. COATES W. CUSICK C. RlCKSECKER J. WARNER Sophomores FRANCIS ST. PETER S. WAGGONER Freshmen CHARLES KIRCHGESSNER J. POWERS S. RICHARDSON D. E. DAVIS R. FORTUNE E. VENNARD H. VAN HORN E. WULFMAN W. H. DE COUE I f ) 1 1 r COATES GROFF VAN HORN DAVIS NIELSON MILLS BOWERS VENNARD NOEL WEIHE WARNER JONES FORTUNE KORTMAN RICHARDSON CUSICK CHAPMAN HAMILTON ASHCRAFT FERGUSON BOARDMAN POWERS NUNGESTER FOUGHT OHLSON WARDNER WAGGONER ST. PETER KIRCHGESSNER HOWBRIDGE GALVIN DE COUE RICKSECKER [454 MU SIGMA ALPHA CHAPTER Founded in 1900 Medical Fraternity H. M. BEEBE, M.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE L. J. BOYD, M.D. D. V. MEYERS, M.D., F.A.C.S. W. B. HINSDALE, M.A., M.D., PH.D. FRATRES IN URBE G.G. ALWAY, M.D. S. C. RUNNELS, M.D. R. W. RIDGE, M.D. E. C. GANZHORN, M.D. ARTHUR J. BRICKBAUER LORIS L. HENRY SHERMAN E. ANDREWS WILLIAM A. MAC ' AY FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors ERNEST C. BURHANS MICHAEL J. CRINO JOHN A. HOOKEY DONALD F. HOYT Juniors THOMAS G. MITCHELL ARNOLD O. ABRAHAM ROBERT S. BUCHANAN ALBERT G. ENGELBACH RICHARD O. PAPENGUTH Sophomores FRED W. BALD FRANK V. BASKE RALPH E. NETZLEY DOLSON W. PALMER Freshman HOWARD S. STIMPSON Literary, FRED R. Buss Pledges VICTOR BEAUCHAMP BERT R. BOONE HOWARD S. BURNSIDE ROBERT A. BURHANS MAJOR W. GASPER DON M. LsDuc WALTER W. SAWYER RALPH W. SHOOK HUGH E. GRAY HERVEY B. PORTER RUSSEL J. HlMMELBERGER JOHN D. BRYCE Louis DARLING CLAY B. OWESLEY BLISS BUCHANAN l.i 1 i R. BURHANS STIMPSON ABRAHAM ENGLEBACH SAWYER SHOOK PAPENGUTH DARLING BURNSIDE OWESLEY BRYCE BASKE PALMER HIMMELBERGER ANDREWS MACVAY BALD NETZLEY HOYT HENRY E. BURHANS GRAY HOOKEY CRINO BRICKBAUER PORTER MITCHELL [455] ii Psi ' Phi ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1889 Dental Fraternity L. P. FISCHER, D.D.S. FRANK D. MC!XTYRE TYLAR E. PHELPS MERLE A. VANCE PAUL L. WELLMAN W. CLAIRE CARTIER HAROLD A. WINKLER BERNARD L. XOONAX LEE WILLIAMS HOWARD D. AXFORD DONALD S. WHITMAN PRATER IX UXIVERSITATE RALPH H. DIMOCK, D.D.S. FRATRES IX URBE A. W. SCHURZ, D.D.S. CHARLES LORD, D.D.S. FRATRES IX UXIVERSITATE Seniors PHIL X. KIEF HAROLD R. XICHOLS GEORGE A. RITCHIE OSCAR C. OLSEX KARL II. VALENTINE MARK E. HANNA XORRIS B. PALMER GLEX E. BARTON PARKE L. JONES HERMAN D. MAST Juniors J. RICHARD CHRISTXER WALTER T. ROGERS HERDIS L. LEWIS Sophomores ROBERT S. WILSON HAROLD F. SCHMIDT WALTER BLAIR HARRIS WILSON IRVING McGovERN ENOCH A. YATES Pledges SHERWOOD R. LEE GERALD B. WEDEL LESTER LAPP WILLIAM M. CAMPBELL W. S. MOORE, D.D.S. W.M. S. PETERSEN WILLIAM F. STREIT HARLEY F. LOWN EDWARD G. MURPHY DONALD C. MAC.EWAX HAROLD F. SELL GEORGE P. FRANCIS MAHLON WEBSTER JOHN CLEARY McGovERN WEDEL CLEARY LAPP BLAIR FRANCIS LEE WEBSTER AXFORD H. WILSON WHITMAN WINKLER R. WILSON CAMPBELL YATES ALLEN SELL CARTIER WILLIAMS CHRISTNER NOONAN MACEWAN ROGERS SCHMIDT BARTON RITCHIE WELI.MAN MAST VANCE VALENTINE HANNA KIEF NICHOLS PALMER JONES STREIT MC!NTYRE MURPHY LOWN OLSEX PHELPS ' 456 ZETA CHAPTER Established in 1897 Medical Fraternity DR. T. W. ADAMS DR. C. C. DAVENPORT DR. R. B. FAST DR. G. R. HERMANN DR. J. H. MATHEWS DR. S. W. YISHART DR. A. S. BARR DR. T. S. LANGFORD J. M. BARNES V. F. HOOVER L. G. BALDWIN G. W. HYDE T. E. SCHMIDT P. AMADON N. R. KRETZSCHMAR K. DAVENPORT R. KIMBALL FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. F. O. COLLER DR. R. R. DIKTERLK DR. E. P. GILLETTE DR. V. T. HOTCHKISS DR. H. B. METTLE FRATRES IN URBE DR. R. B. CAXFIKLD DR. V. H. LOMBARD DR. R. G. MCKENZIE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors H. A. Ft ' RLONG E. B. RITCHIE E. R. VERNOU P. V. DuBois C. C. MERKEL HEWITT SMITH R. V. BENNER J. F. JOHANTGEN E. SPURRIER C. BUGHER F. L. McPHAlL H. HAN SEN M. L. MclNNis M. SNODGRASS DR. L. E. DANIELS DR. E. R. ELZINGA DR. C. K. HAS ELY DR. L. McCAFFRY DR. V. H. STOKES DR. E. YISHROPP DR. S. V. DONALDSON DR. R. N. SLATE G. F. GREEN W. M. SIMPSON Juniors M. G. BOURNE O. B. McGlLLICUDDY J. J. TROMBLEY, JR. Sophomores C. H. FORTUNE J. M. NELSON Freshmen R. HASTINGS E. J. TEETER D. THORPE C. A. DE " YITT E. B. POTTER F. R. HARPER R. N. V ATKINS C. HCBER C. RlTTERSHOFER SNODGRASS RITTERSHOFER HASTINGS MclNNis THORPE DAVENPORT HUBER HANSEN KIMBALL TEETER WATKINS AMADON BUGHER NELSON BALDWIN HARPER McPiiAiL FORTUNE KRETZSCHMAR SCHMIDT JOHANTGEN BOURNE BENNER DuBois HYDE POTTER TROMBLEY DE VITT SPURRIER SMITH BARNES SIMPSON VERNOU MERKEL HOOVER FURLONG RITCHIE GREEN .T.T.T.T. ;457] BETA CHAPTER Established in 1898 Medical FRATRES IN FACULTATE JOHN SUNDWALL, B.S., PH.D., M.D. GEORGE SLOCUM, M.D. A. C. FURSTENBURG, B.S., M.D. ERWIN E. NELSON, B.S., A.M., PH.D. IRVING W. GREEN, A.B., M.D. E. FORREST MERRILL, M.D. JOHN B. YOUMANS, M.S., M.D. JOHN DuB. BARNWELL, A.B., M.D. CARLE E. BADGLEY, B.S., M.D. JAMES M. PEIRCE, M.D. E. WALTER HALL, A.B., A.M., M.D. JOHN F. SANDER, B.S., M.D. THEOPHII.E KLINGMAN, Pn.C., M.D. FRATRES IN URBE GEORGE F. MUEHLIG, B.S., M.D. A. W. COXON, M.D. L. M. ANDERSEN N. K. FOLEY R. L. MUSTARD, A.B. C. C. EADES, B.S. D. L. BEERS R. C. TRAVIS, A.B. M. E. GOODRICH H. M. BISHOP V. D. NERGER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors J. E. BACON, JR. L. F. BATES, B.S. R. C. LINN, A.B. R. W. MACGREGOR, B.S. C. B. PEIRCE, A.B. W. J. SHERIDAN R. F. WAKEFIELD, A.B. Juniors A. M. BARTLETT J. H. BESANCON, B.S. J. F. CLANCY, A.B. F. C. HAMM T. H. MILLER, A.B. F. A. SCOTT, JR., B.S. Sophomores R. G. HUBBARD J. A. THABES J. J. WARNER J. A. MORLEY, B.S., M.E. C. K. COOK, B.S. F. W. MANLEY, A.B. C. J. OSBORNE E. H. CORLEY E. W. NESBITT Fresnmen W. A. FENSTERMACHER R. H. SNYDER C. S. CAPP, A.B., M.A. W. C. MARTIN S. A. McCoRMicK, B.S. N. E. LACY F. M. HARTZ S. L. VAN RIPER FOLEY BARTLETT GOODRICH LACY THABES WARNER HUBBARD MORLEY CAPP HAMM HASSBERGER EADES BEERS CLANCY BESANCON MARTIN SCOTT TRAVIS MACGREGOR MONROE LINN MANLEY MUSTARD ANDERSEN BATES WAKEFIELD SHERIDAN BACON PEIRCE COOK NESBITT SNYDER KING FENSTERMACHER MCEACHERN JACOX CORLEY .I.T.T.T.T.T-T-T.T.T T.T-T.T.T- m-: [458; CAMPBELL CHAPTER Established in 1905 Legal Fraternity FRATRES IN FACULTATE GROVER C. GRISMORE, A.B., S.J.D. HERBERT F. GOODRICH, A.B., LL.B PRATER IN URBE ROBERT E. FOWLER, LL.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE SETH R. BIDWELL VICTOR H. DEBAEKE J. CARL MARTINDALE RONALD M. RYAN JOSEPH A. AVERY VERNON F. HILLERY PHILLIP J. SCHNEIDER JOSEPH E. DICKINSON SAMUEL R. POST STEWART R. BOYER LEONARD C. FIELDER CECIL R. MclNTOSH BEN W. WINTER Seniors JOHN A. CARRIGAN WEST H. GALLOGLY Louis A. NACK EDWARD H. YOST Juniors JAMES K. BROOKER DOUGLAS R. DEWEY THOMAS J. LYNCH JOSEPH W. McAuLiFFE EDWARD E. MURANE CHARLES F. NOONAN GEORGE T. TOWNLEY Freshmen MAXWELL E. FEAD ARTHUR ROBINSON KENNETH B. GALBRAITH JOHN W. Ross JOHN C. CLARK JOSEPH V. HODGSON A. LEWIS OSWALD LAURENS W. HENDERSON EDWARD C. McCoBB RAYMOND J. ROTH JACK H. PAGE Ross FEAD PAGE ROBINSON POST GALBRAITH DICKINSON HILLERY TOWNLEY AVERY McCoBB McAuLiFFE SCHNEIDER ROTH LYNCH HENDERSON DEWEY NOONAN BROOKER BOYER CARRIGAN MC!NTOSH HODGSON MARTINDALE YOST MURANE RYAN GALLOGLY DEBAEKE NACK OSWALD BIDWELL CLARK FIELDER WINTER [459] ROLLO E. McCoTTER, E. W. SINK, A.B., M. A. S. JOHNSON MANVILLE NORTON FRATRES IN FA CULT ATE M.D. W. E. FORSYTHE, M.D. A., M.D. L. .1. FOSTER, M.D. F. P. ALLEN, M.D. FRATRES IN URBE H. II. CUMMINGS, M.D. FRATRES IN UXIVERSITATE Seniors WILLARD BEATTIE " . L. FOUST V. L. HART S. L. LA FEVER L. A. BRUNSTING T. B. PAUSZEK PSI CHAPTER Established in 1905 Medical Fraternity A. D. RUEDEMANN, M.D. C. R. HILLS, A.B., M.D. CONRAD GEORG, M.D. H. D. CONDIT M. B. TIDEY C. L. PENOYAR M. J. HOLDSWORTH WILLIAM L. BONHAM A. F. GREGG L. B. LAWTON H. E. W HITACHI-: A. E. PRICE C. S. WAGGONER L. W 7 . NEHIL Juniors C. J. POPPIN K. M. BEIERLEIN A. H. STEELE A. L. GLEASON BURTON E. L. HYDE F. J. CLARK R. B. MclNDOE JOHN WETZEL G. P. GRAYBIEL Sophomores CHARLES OSBORNE N. H. AMOS W. G. REID Freshmen C. W. LEPARD L. B. YOUNG Pledges P. H. BASSOW M. HlLLMAN E. RUEDEMANN P. J. SHANK H. 0. CROSBY J. M. ATKINSON W. G. MADDOCK JOHN R. FELLOWS G. STEPANOVIK Louis KLEINHEKSEL RAY WAGGONER J. K. HAZEL R. U. COOPER H. F. GRAFF R. II. ATKINS L. W. WELLKR G. R. BECK H. STEDMAN G. MEYERS J. M. BETTS GRAFF CROSBY BONHAM WELLER SHANK REID BECK GREGG E. RUEDEMANN LAWTON B. HYDE TIDEY GRAYBIEI. R. ATKINS WAGGONER PENOYER CONDIT HAZEL HOLDSWORTH POPPIN R. COOPER STEELE BEIERLEIN WETZEL PAUSZEK KLEINHEKSEL FOUST NORTON JOHNSON BRUNSTING LAFEVER BEATTIE HAKT G. MEYERS YOUNG STEDMAN PRICE ATKINSON MC!NDOE GI.EASDN [460; F GAMMA KAPPA CHAPTER Established in 1905 Dental Fraternity M. D. MACKOY, PH.G., D.D.S. F. B. HOVER, D.D.S. FRATRES IN FACULTATE H. II. HICKS, D.D.S. A. J. IRVING, D.D.S. O. E. BRODERSEN, D.D.S. OLON J. KINSEL RICHARD DELOOF WILLIAM A. VIGNETTO FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors FLOYD 0. BROWN HAROLD L. HOUVENF.R WALTER E. TAYLOR WILLIAM J. GARY ROI.LO J. MASSELINK WALTER A. ZICK DONALD M. WAGNER JACK P. BEUKEMA Juniors ELWYN W. CLEARY LEROY F. HILL RICHARD D. AMENT Sophomores FRANK P. WHITNEY CLARENCE B. SOMERS GEORGE N. CANNON- GEORGE B. STANFORD, JR. SELWYN P. BUHRIDGE EDGAR BACON- KENNE TH PLATT GEORGE R. SWINTZ EDWARD J. GUENTIIER CLIFFORD H. LAY JOSEPH W. BURBA Louis SCHULTZ WALDOMAR ROESER MONROE B. SULLIVAN- DONALD C. WHKKI.KH L. M. LUCAS Freshmen MONROE M. OSMAN MAX B. PURDY OSWALD L. BANKS FORREST McGuiGAN VINCENT J. MALLOCK ROY E. HAWKINSON KENNETH M. HOPKINS GEO. EDGAR MEADS DEAN H. BRUMM MERRITT R. ROOF FOSTER W. BEVIER LUSTER F. BEST CURTIS O. THOMPSON JULIAN G. BELT AVEHY A. BARTLETT BRUCE E. CARL DOUGLAS F. HOPKINS E. ROMLE ROMINE JOSEPH A. SWEENEY MURRAY A. LEITCH WILLIAM W. CREBS DUANE B. LURKINS BARTLETT HAWKINSON WHITNEY WHEELER LAY SCHL ' LTZ BURRIDGE ROESER SOMERS BACON WARD GUENTHER PLATT K. M. HOPKINS MEADS CANNON PURDY SWINTZ STANFORD R. D. HOPKINS AMENT BEUKEMA BEVIER WAGNER DELOOF HILL CLEARY BEST BRODERSEN HOUVENER ZICK MASSLEINK BROWN VIGNETTO ROOF KINSEL CARY [461 MAX M. PEET, M.D. PHILLIP MARSH, M.D. -L J. " J. " -L -L FRATRES IN FACULTATE JOHN GARVEY, M.D. FRANK CURTIS, M.D. ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER Established in 1906 Medical Fraternity C. NEIL WALLER, M.D. NORMAN MILLER, M.D. NOEL SHAMBAUGH, M.D. GEORGE H. BELOTE, M.D. VERNON C. ABBOTT J. FRANK HACKETT A. COVEL CURTIS KENNETH MC!NTYRE KENNETH BABCOCK FRED THOMAS ALF ALVING ROBERT SOUTHCOMBE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE LESTER WIEDER, M.D. PAUL GARVEY, M.D. Seniors CLARENCE H. CREGO ROBERT LEE GLASS EARL N. VAN ORNUM RAYMOND G. FINNIE Juniors JAMES DELANEY THERON S. HILL STANLEY MULHOLLAND HAROLD MORGAN HOMER H. STRYKER Sophomores WARD CHADWICK ELMO G. CRABTREE JOHN NICHOLS SMITH THORINGTON CARL L. GILLIES FLOYD LASHMEK Freshmen HARRY H. HAIGHT PAUL KNISKERN CARL SWANSON DAVID WEEKS N. WARREN BOURNE, M.D. THEODORE I. BAUER, M.D. DEAN C. DENMAN ROBERT H. PHILLIPS NELSON S. KEELER HENRY D. STRICKER WENDELL SWEET CARLTON C. WINSOR Louis RELLER LASHMEK THORINGTON SWEET CRABTREE GILLIES BABCOCK NICHOLS CHADWICK THOMAS SCHULTZ WINSOR HILL MORGAN MULHOLLAND STRYKER DELANEY KEELER CURTIS MC!NTYRE HACKETT FINNIE CREGO PEET PHILLIPS ABBOTT GARVEY GLASS VAN ORNUM DENMAN ALVING KNISKERN BAUER WEEKS SWANSON RELLER SOUTHCOMBE HAIGHT .1.T- 462] ZETA CHAPTER Established in 1910 Legal Fraternity BRUCE G. BOOTH, A.B. ROWLAND M. BUTLER GEORGE H. GARY, A.B. EDMUND A. CUMMISKEY FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors RAYMOND H. DRESSER JOHN W. KELLY RAY E. McCALL, A.B. LEONARD W. FERRIS, A.B. WILLIAM G. KEANE, A.B. GEORGE D. MILLER, A.B. HARVEY A. FISCHER EARLE E. KINCAID, A.B. FRANCISCO PENBERTHY DONALD K. GILLARD DWIGHT J. KRUMBOLTZ, A.B. HOLLIS C. MARTIN, A.B. Juniors CHARLES I. CAMPBELL, A.B. WILLIAM A. EWART CARROLL B. JONES JOHN HAY, A.B. . LELAND D. PHELPS Sophomores CHARLES J. COLE, A.B. QUENTIN M. KLEIN EDWARD T. STIBICH CLAYTON C. PURDY L. FRANK MCKNIGHT ARTHUR M. SMITH HAROLD G. WOOD RUSSELL R. HAYS, A.B. FRANK L. YOUNG, JR., A.B. ROGER I. WYKES, JR. Pledges GEORGE F. FERRIS ROGER D. DOTEN KLEIN YOUNG STIBICH WYKES MCKNIGHT PURDY LANE COLE WOOD HAY JONES EWART CAMPBELL PHELPS HAYS _ SMITH CARY DRESSER KEL ,Y KRUMBOLTZ FISCHER GILLARD BUTLER KINCAID PENBERTHY I MILLER FERRIS K CUMMISKEY IcCALL BOOTH KEANE MARTIN .T-T.T.T.r-T.T.T.T.T-T.T- [463] H Ita Theta ' ' Phi. CARL G. BRANDT, LL.B., LL.M. FHATRES IN FACULTATE HOBART R. COFFEY, A.B., LL.B. CHRISTIAN CY SENATE Established in 1912 Legal Fraternity SIR PAUL VINOGRADOFF, LL.D. FRATRES IN URBE HAROLD P. TROSPER, LL.B. HERBERT SILVESTER, LL.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors EDWIN ,1. BURROWS THAVES J. HUNTER CARL H. SMITH JOHN H. YOE, LL.B. DONALD D. DUNCANSON, A.B. JOHN C. McGiNNis, A.B. C. FREDERIC STANTON JOHN R. WEAVER HAROLD E. HOWLETT ARTHUR E. PIERPONT, A.B. CHARLES K. VAN DUREN PAUL R. WILSON WALTER A. BROVVE, A.B. CYRUS E. CHURCHILL Juniors HARTWELL G. GRAIN HARRY S.MANCHESTER.B.S LAWRENCE A. MASSELINK,B.S. ALFRED E. LINDBLOOM BENJAMIN J. MANLEY LAWRENCE C. WARDEN GORDON E. VAN EENAM Sophomores WELDEN G. BETTENS FOREST E. HOFFMAN Louis L. LANDMAN DONALD J. ROXBURGH W. BERNARD BUTLER,A.B. PHILLIP H. KELLEY ALBERT J. PARKER, A.B. CARL A. WEINMAN Ross S. CAMPBELL, A.B. RALPH R. LEWRIGHT ANGUS R. PASCOE WILLIAM J. WILKINS JOHN A. BARRETT FREDERICK BAMBERGER HARRY C. CLARK Freshmen WALTER T. DUNN, A.B..A.M. EMERSON L. HILL HARRY L. HALL A. GORDON OLIVER, A.B. OAKLKY D. HERRICK GEORGE PARMENTER HENRY W. PETZINGER ALBERT M. THAYER Pledges THOMAS B. LALLY CHARLES J. MUNZ CLARK DUNN HERRICK HOFFMAN LALLY PETZINGER BROWE WILSON ROXBURGH LEWRIGHT THAYER HALL PARMENTER BETTENS HILL BAMBERGER BARRETT OLIVER LANDMAN CAMPBELL WILKINS KELLEY PASCOE BUTLER MASSELINK GRAIN PARKER WARDEN PIERPONT MANCHESTER VAN.EENAM CHURCHILL MANLEY McGiNNis DUNCANSON WEINMAN STANTON YOE BRANDT HOWLETT SMITH VAN DUREN COFFEY WEAVER BURROWS HUNTER [464 1KTINOS CHAPTER Established in 1914 Architectural Fraternity EMIL LORCII, A.M. FRATRES IX FACULTATE Louis H. BOYNTON J. ALBERT ROI ' SSEAU GEORGE McCoNKKY, B.A.E. LEON A. MAKIELSKI ERNEST H. BARNES FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE FREDERICK J. MORSE, B.S.A. EDWARD L. KLINE, B.S.A. GEORGE H. WILLIAMS EUGENE T. CLELAND E. KIEFER OSCAR F. WILD HAROLD E. PINE J. RUSSEL RADFORD ERVIN BAILEY FRED M. HARLEY DEAN W. RANKIN Seniors ERIC C. MILDNER RAYMOND WEBER LEO I. PERRY JULIAN R. COWIN WILFRED P. MCLAUGHLIN Juniors CARL C. KRESSBACH .KENNETH C. BLACK VERNE H. SIDNAM D. BURR DuBois CONRAD S. JOHNSON Sophomores GAYLORD A. WATTS LIVINGSTONE ELDER ORRIN K. GRIFFITH HAROLD F. NASER L. VERNON GIBBS WILLARD S. LAWRENCE Freshmen WALTER R. THOMPSON ROY J. FLEMING EDWARD I. HULL C. TAYLOR MILLER GILBERT T. RICHEY ALBERT A. STEWART THEODORE S. WRIGHT FLEMING HULL RADFORD DsVoE NASER LAWRENCE GRIFFITH WILD ELDER WATTS RICHEY PINE GIBBS BLACK STEWART KRESSBACH SIDNAM DuBois JOHNSON KIEFER PERRY RANKIN MCLAUGHLIN CLELAND COWIN HARLEY WILLIAMS WEBER MILDNER _-r,T-T.T-T.V.T-T-T-T.r-T-T-T,T-T-T-T.T-T-T-T-T.T-T-r-T-T-T-T.T-T-T-r-T.T-T.T-T-T. 465 ' SIGMA CHAPTER Established in 1914 Engineering Fraternity WILLIAM C. HOAD, B.S. FRATRES IN FACULTATE MARRY II. HIGBIE, B.S. CAPTAIN GKORGE W. DUNN, B.S. WALTER R. DRURY, B.S. FRATRES IN URBE HERMAN R. BEUHLER, B.S. FRANK W. HIGHTOWER, B.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERISTATE Seniors DONALD R. ALTON HENRY J. CORSETTE MYRON A. JONES WARREN H. HALL WILLIS B. BUCHBINDKR FREDERICK Z. DAMN KENNETH R. COLE F. STUTZMAN KRATZ KURT R. KEYDEL RAYMOND C. GRIFFITH B. RAYMOND KRITZ Juniors RUSSELL F. MOODY Sop io nores HAROLD KINLEY EDWARD D. LASLEY EDGAR W. STODDARD Freshmen HAROLD D. HAUF GEORGE W. HUNTER ROGER H. NEWCOMER LEWIS N. WHITE T. LOYAL ANDERSON TRACY VAN BUREN HOWARD A. REED LLEWELLYN C. RUBY LYLE B. HENNINGER MORTIMER A. NEFF RUBY STODDARD MOODY REED KEYDEL JONES LASLEY HALL COLE KRATZ ALTON ANDERSON CORSETTE VAN BUREN HIGHTOWER HUNTER NEWCOMER WHITE NEFF DAHN HAUF -T.T-T-r.T.T,T,T.T.T.T-T-T.T,T-T.T.T.T.T-T-T-T-T.T.V-r-T.T-T.T-T.T-T-T.T.T-T-T.T-T-T-T.T,T.T-T-1.TJH ' .T-T_1 ' .T-T-T_T.r-T-T.T.T.T,T. [466] ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1914 Legal Fraternity PRATER IN FACULTATE HERBERT A. SLUSSER, A.B. FRATRES IN URBE WILLIAM M. LAIRD, LL.B. JUDGE GEORGE W. SAMPLE, LL.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors RAY L. ALEXANDER RALPH B. DIETERLE DELMAR W. DODDRIDGE ELMORE C. LAMPE JOHN P. BOYCE KIT F. CLARDY ELTON F. HASCALL, JR. FRANK H. BACKSTROM KENNETH D. CUMMINS HERMAN W. DERUITER GEORGE E. EHRKE HAROLD F. LUSK RUSSELL F. MEYER FERNAND W. MILLER WES. L. MURRAY BARTLETTE E. NUTTER MYRON SAVIDGE T. GORDON SCUPHOLM WILBUR M. SEELYE Juniors FRANK V. LAMBERTSON ROBERT M. PORTER ALAN S. LOOSE MARSHALL D. SPENCER ARTHUR E. MOORE VICTOR J. VOORHEIS Freshmen DONALD B. FREDERICK WENDELL O. HARRIS RALPH M. FREEMAN WILLIAM A. FREIMUTH WILLIAM D. GOWANS JAMES J. WEADOCK FRED T. JARRETT HARRY W. JONES NORMAN H. MAGEL JAMES A. STARR KENNETH D. WILKINS MAX A. WISHEK ODILLION B. WEED BERNARD F. ZINN WlLLARD H. McEWEN DAN PETERMAN RfCHARD F. ROE A. HILLIARD WILLIAMS DERUITER WILLIAMS HARRIS ROE JARRETT FREIMUTH 1 JONES LAMPE ALEXANDER NUTTER MURRAY BACKSTROM GOWANS MAGEL PETERMAN LAMBERTSON WILKINS WISHEK SEELYE STARR DODDRIDGE SLOAN SCUPHOLM SAVIDGE VOORHEIS WEED PORTER LOOSE MILLER MEYER ZINN CLARDY SPENCER [467] ALPHA BETA CHAPTER Established in 1916 Chemical Fraternity S. LAWRENCE BIGELOW, PH.D. HONORARY MEMBERS ALFRED H. WHITE, A.B., B.S. EDWARD D. CAMPBELL, B.S. W. L. BADGER, M.S. G. G. BROWN, M.S. A. L. FERGI-SON, PH.D. H. B. LEWIS, PH.D. H. H. WILLARD, PH.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE E. M. BAKER, B.S. V. P. WOOD, M.S. R. J. CARNEY, PH.D. F. E. BARTELL, PH.D. J. C. GENIESSE, M.S. A. R. CARR, M.S. R. K. MCALPINE, PH.D. J. H. HODGES, Pn.D. W. G. SMEATON, A.B. W. J. McGiLL, M.S. P. F. WEATHERILL, PH.D. II. C. ECKSTEIN, PH.D. E. O. SCOTT, M.S. EGBERT K. BACON PAUL H. SHERRICK MALCOLM H. SorLE H. JUDSON OSTERHOF FRANK C. CUTTING FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ROBERT R. TANNER MAURICE VAN LOO JOHN F. Ross CHARLES W. CLARKE ALDEN F. ROWE Louis W. KEMPF CLIFFORD K. SLOAN CARLTON N. SMITH ROBERT M. TRUE GEORGE W. COLLINS Seniors ERNEST F. BACH RICHARD M. COOK ARNOLD E. PRATT DEWITT B. BELL KENNETH L. MACQUEEN ROBERT F. RUTHRUFF CALVIN A. CAMPBELL WALTER G. NELSON LLOYD L. SCOTT FREDERICK W. WARNER, JR. ELBERT L. POTTER, JR. MARK C. HUCK C. UPTHEGROVE, B.S. A. A. CRISSMAN, PH.D. L. O. CASE, M.S. E. H. LESLIE, PH.D. C. C. MELOCHE, PH.D. CHARLES E. MUELLER GRAFTON W. MATTHIAS W. ALVIN MYERS DON BALCOME GEORGE F. SILHAVY FRIEDEL C. WILKENING C. FOSTER CLARKE KENNETH J. MACKENZIE FERDINAND II. ANDREWS DANIEL R. BROCKETT BEMSLEY W. CONN Juniors RICHARD G. CLARKSON LAWRENCE D. McLouTH E. LEIGHTON KNAPP DONALD J. REESE A. MACLAREN WHITE ARTHUR HARTWELL, JR. Sophomores JACK ROBINSON CAMPBELL ROBERTSON CARROLL R. SUTTON RENSIS LIKERT KNAPP CONN BROCKETT ROBINSON ANDREWS HUCK McLouTH BALCOME RUTHRUFF ROBERTSON SILHAVY SUTTON MACQUEEN COOK NELSON PRATT WILKENING CAMPBELL BACH BACON SOVLE OSTERHOF VANLOO KEMPF Ross MYERS SMITH [468] . XI CHAPTER Established in 1921 Business Administration FRATRES IN FA CULT ATE ROBERT A. CAMPBELL C. C. EDMONDS, A.B., M.A. ALOYS A. SLINGERLA.ND EDWARD C. PROPHET TOWNSEND H. WOLFE CURTIS D. BECKER LEWIS F. MERKEL PRATER IN URBE CHARLES L. BATCHELOR FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Loris A. BUCK, A.B. HOWELL ZOOK . R. DOI ' GLAS SEWELL RICHARD J. HAVEN LYLE O. THAYER Seniors LODGE D. STAUBACH CLARK H. STEVENS GEORGE E. LEWIS RICHARD J. HAVEN Juniors VILLIAM D. HART MILLARD H. PRYOR Sophomores CHARLES F. LYMAN HARRISON D. HOWES Freshmen JACOB W. MOERLEIN WILLIAM T. KESSEL J. RICHARD VERDUIN JAMES G. ALDRICH HAROLD M. STEPHEN- HAROLD HATHAWAY HOWARD D. MC.NAUGHTON O. DANIEL KOHLER MOERLEIN VERDUIN KOHLER MiN.u-GHTON HART BECKER HOWES PRYOR HAVEN WOLFE SLINGERLAND SEWELL STEVENS PROPHET BUCK EDMONDS STEPHENS MERKEL LYMAN THAYER ALDRICH LEWIS HATHAWAY STAUBACH [469 I DeltcL Ensil OMEGA CHAPTER Established in 1922 Medical Fraternity FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. THEOPHILE RAPHAEL DR. SAMUEL LEVINE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE H. GREENFIELD S. E. GOLDBERG A. A. FISHER M. S. HERMAN M. E. BRIKMAN T. MARWIL C. LOWENDORF Seniors D. D. KOVAN M. G. KLIATSHCO Juniors H. KANTER L. J. CROLL Sophomores R. HERMAN Freshmen M. ROZEN L. MOVER S. ROSENZWEK; J. H. SAMUEL A. ROSENZWEIG S. VOGEL LOWENDORF BRIKMAN MARWIL MOVER ROZEN R. BERMAN M. HERMAN KANTER A. ROSENZWEIG FISHER CROLL SAMUEL ALTSHULER KOVAN S. ROSENZWEIG XEWFIELD GOLDBERG KLIATSHCO GREENFIELD COHN 470 7 1 o ne i DOROTHY BISHOP of Winona, Minn., was chair- man of the very successful finan- cial campaign j the Y. V. C. .,4 . KLIZAHETH CARSON of Ann Arbor, was chairman of the Junior Advisors last year. A A J.l l-l..V_ l H. Ocmof ELIZABETH CAIN of South Haven, served as Presi- dent of the Women ' s Athletic Association. PAMKLA BROWN of Schoolcruft, was elected chair- man of the Senior Girls ' Play. VELMA LEIGH CARTER of Lakewood, Ohio, was a lead- ing character in Masques ' var- ious productions. [472 | Doius GROUSE o Cleveland, Ohio, was chair- man of the Undergraduate Cam- paign Fund for the Michigan Building. FRIEDA DIKKHOFF of Ann Arbor, served as Vice- President of the Women ' s Leaf ue, and business manager of the Juniorjiirls ' Play. PfomSefL Ocniof TOoman HKLKN DELBKIRGK of Detroit, wax elected President of the Women ' s League. AILEEN DAVIS of Ann Arbor, was very active in Y. W. C. A. work among foreign students in the Uni- versity. SUSAN FITCH of Svearro, New Mexico, was chairman of the Women ' s League Life Membership Cam- paign and Women ' s Editor of Chimes. 1473 WlNONA HlBBARD of Flint, was Women ' s Editor of the Michigan Daily. ROSEMARY LAWRENCE of Valparaiso, Indiana, was elected V ice-President of the Y. W.C. A. Pfom meTT O cm of ELIZABETH LAUVER of Detroit, was very active in the Women ' s Athletic Associa- tion. DOROTHY JEFFREY of New York City, was Presi- ' ent of Masques and the Y. W. C. A. $ de LILA REYNOLDS of Battle Creek, was Under- (jraduate Representative on the Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. .T.T-T-T T-T.T-T-T-T.T-T-T-T-T-T-r-T..T-T-T-T-T.T-T-T.T.,T-T.T-T- .T.T.T.T.T.T.T-T.r-T.T-T.T-T-T T-T.T.T.T--T: [474] KATHERINE STAFFORD of New York City, was chair- man of the first Junior Girls ' Play to be presented to the public. KATHRYN WOODWARD of Coldwater, was chairman of the Women ' s Leaf lie Bazaar. Pfonmerf O cm of MIRIAM WICKSALL of South Haven, was Women ' s Editor of The Michiganensian. ISABEL WATERWORTH of Detroit, was an active figure in Masques. DOROTHY WYLIE of Shelby, was elected Vice- Presideni of the Senior Literary Class. [475 Fancy " Dress Varty of the Women s J eague 476| DIEKHOFF RAXKIN McF.ARLEN Women s J eague BOARD OF DIRECTORS HELEN DELBRIDGE President FRIEDA DIEKHOFF V ice-President DOROTHY MCFARLEN Corresponding Secretary OLIVE McKAY Recording Secretary ALICE POWELL Treasurer DORIS GROUSE . . Senior Director ELIZABETH LIEBERMAN Junior Director MARGARET DIXON Junior Director RUTH RANKIX Sophomore Director JUDICIARY COUNCIL HELEN DELBRIDGE ' President FRIEDA DIEKHOFF Vice-President CONSTANCE SMITH Senior Representative EVELYN WIDMAN Junior Representative MARGARET EFFINGER Sophomore Representative [477| i HAINBECKER PLETKE RUDELL KIDDER SNOW SCHROEDER BISHOP OLMSTEAD SCHRAUDER THATCHER DOWNS TAYLOR ScHULER WYLIE BALZ KELLY SHEFFIELD DIEKHOFF BLENDELL FELSKE KAMERER BAKER REYNOLDS LEVIN SCANDLING BOOKMILLER SCHIMANSKY Women s J eague BOARD OF REPRESENTATIVES FRIEDA DIEKHOFF Chairman JESSIE BLENDELL Secretary The Board of Representatives is the Representative Body for all the Women ' s organized houses on Campus, whose membership list is composed of every house president. [478 SEARIGHT LAUVER SHERER BOGAN SIMS SMAI.LEY CAIN McKAY BOWBEER OGBORN ROBERTS LINDSLEY MILLER HAYS CRAIGIE Women ' s Athletic ELIZABETH CAIN President MARIANNA SMALLEY Vice-President LOUISE ROBERTS Secretary DOROTHY BOGAN Treasurer REPRESENTATIVES Lois MILLER Senior Representative ANNE SIMS Junior Representative DOROHTY OGBORN Sophomore Representative LORAINE PRICE Archery Manager ADELAIDE SHERER Baseball Manager OLIVE McKAY Basketball Manager LUCILLA WALKER Hiking Manager WINIFRED CRAIGIE Hockey Manager NORMA BOWBEER Indoor Meet Manager MARION LINDSLEY Rifle Manager ELIZABETH LAUVER Tennis Manager MARY EARLEY Recorder of Points [479] 480 .T-T-T-T.r.r.T-T.T-r-r-T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T. ' -.T.r.T. -T-T.T-T.r-T-T.T-T.T-T.T.T-T.T-T.T.T- 481 FIELD ALLSHOUSE DOSTER CRAMER COLLINS MILLER ADAIR ERLEY McCoRMicK BOWBEER BELL NOETZEL KENNEDY MARSDEN STUROS FLOWER LANGTHORN HALL DAVIS LINDSLEY GILL CAIN Women ' s Physical Education PATRONESSES DR. MARGARET BELL MRS. JOHN SUNDWALL FACULTY ADVISORS Miss ETHEL McCoRMicK Senior Miss GERTRUDE NOETZEL Junior Miss LLEWELLYN WILBURN Sophomore Miss ELSIE ERLEY Freshman Miss MELDON EVERETT . Freshman OFFICERS NORMA E. BOWBEER DOROTHY DAVIS . MURIEL B. HALL . EVELYN DOHANY . President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer ALBERTA ADAIR DOROTHY L. BOGAN ANITA CAIN DOROTHY DAVIS MARY ALICE LANGTHORN MARY ALLSHOUSE MARIAN E. COLLINS MARGARET W. CRAMER ETRURIA DOSTER IRENE FIELD Seniors LUCILLE ' KENNEDY Juniors MARTHA GILL Sophomores Freshmen STELLA STUROS NORMA E. BOWBEER MURIEL B. HALL EVELYN DOHANY FAITH DUMAS MARION A. LINDSLEY LOUISE FLOWER MARIAN KIELY FREDERICKA MARSDEN ALLEEN MILLER JULIA MOOREHEAD [482 BISHOP JONES lln I.I.K Ross BREDEN BREWER DAVIS BROWN LAWRENCE JEFFREY REYNOLDS HAYS RANKIN FIEGEL MCFARLEN PRANCE EMMONS KIEL Young W omen ' s Qhristian Association NEWBERRY HALL The University Young Women ' s Christian Association carries on the united religious work among women students. The Association is affiliated with the National Young Women ' s Christian Association and the World Student Christian Federation and thereby shares in national and regional conferences and visits froni leaders of international experience. Its members find in it a means of self expression, training in leadership and a constantly enlarging vision of the college woman ' s opportunity. OFFICERS DOROTHY JEFFREY President ROSEMARY LAWRENCE Vice-President HELEN BROWN Secretary LILLIAN WETZEL Treasurer Miss MARY Ross General Secretary CABINET LILA REYNOLDS DOROTHY BISHOP . ALENE DAVIS LOUISE GALLOWAY RUTH RANKIN . LUCRETIA BREWER FRANCES BREDIN . PATTI HILLER . DOROTHY MCFARLEN LILLIAN PRANCE JEANNETTE EMMONS LUVERN HAYS . BERTHA KIEL . . Undergraduate Representative Finance World Fellowship Social Service Social Girl Reserves Conferences and Convention Industrial . Membership Publicity ... Music Education and Meetings House GERTRUDE FIEGEL Inlerchurch Relations [483] Tan-Hellenic " Ball DOROTHY MAITLAND General Chairman JEANE BRIG ;S Assistant Chairman COMMITTEES Advertising MIRIAM WICKSALL, Chairman DORIS ARNOLD SARAH LEVIN ISABEL WATERWORTH Decoration NANETTE CARNAHAN, Chairman DOROTHY JONES CATHERINE MELLEN Invitation ALICE RUSSELL, Chairman LILLIAN PRANCE EDITH STONEBURNER Program CONSTANCE SMITH, Chairman CHARLOTTE ECKERT GERTRUDE MYERS Refreshments MARGARET BLACK, Chairman Lois SCANDLING EVELYN WIDMAN Ticket ESTHER SANDBERG, Chairman DOROTHY CAMPBELL CATHERINE CAVE KATHERIXE KOXWIXSKI [48 1 WILSON PAGE SPENCER RANKIN LOUTHAN WALDO KUENZEL OGBORS MOGK GEDDES EFFINGER COOPER MELLEN JENNINGS TOMPKINS SEELEY Freshman Spread Committee MARGARET GEDDES General Chairman MARGARET MOGK Secretary KATHRYN WILSON Treasurer CATHERINE MELLEN Publicity RUTH RANKIN Music MARGARET EFFINGER Floor Committee MARY TYLER LOUTHAN REFRESHMENT COMMITTEE ELIZABETH TOMPKINS, Chairman DOROTHY SPENCER DOROTHY ODGEN ELIZABETH BEARD PROGRAM COMMITTEE ANNE SEELEY, Chairman DOROTHY CHAMBERLAIN MARGARET EFFINGER FAVOR COMITTEE DOROTHY OGDEN, Chairman JESSIE SpR RUTH JENNINGS MILDRED KEUNZEL MARGARET MOGK DECORATION COMMITTEE LORETTA COOPER, Chairman MARGARET PAGE DOROTHY SPENCER DOROTHY WALDO DOROTHY CHAMBERLAIN MARY HASKELL INVITATION COMMITTEE JESSIE SPRAGUE, Chairman MARY TYLER LOUTHAN ANNE SEELEY [485] Nu Chapter NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR METHODIST UNIVERSITY WOMEN MRS. H. B. EARHART Miss ELLEN MOORE MARGARET STAIR ELLURA HARVEY . DORA DODGE . GLADYS WOOD. RUTH CARSON Mi DA ABBOTT GLADYS ALLEN MARGARET ASMAN AUGUSTA AVERY LYDIA BAIRD DORIS BENNETT MARJORIE BLACKMIER RACHEL BLITON BERNITA BLOCK MILDRED BOYCE THELMA BOYD PHYLLIS BROWN FRANCES BURWELL ELIZABETH CARSON- RUTH CARSON- GRACE CLARK DOROTHY CLINE MARGARET CONKLIN EVELYN COOK RUTH COON- LUCIA COOPER IIORATIA CORBIN LUCILLE CORNELL ELIZABETH COSSITT RUTH COZINE MARION COY EVA CRAWFORD ELORENCE CROSS ALENE DAVIS KATHLEEN DAVIS SERITA DAVIS ZOIE DAVIS NELLIE DENSMORE DORA DODGE HELEN DODGE JEAN DORRANCE SUZANNE EDGCUMBE RUTH EVANS PATRONESSES MRS. E. H. KRAUS OFFICERS MRS. A. W. STALKER Sponsor President . Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer FRANCES FLORER LOUISE FLOWER AIMEI GIANG MARJORIE GORDON- MARGARET GROOMES ALICE HARBRIDGE DAISY HARDER ELLURA HARVEY BERNICE HENRY FRANCES HIGGENS ALICE HIGLEY THELMA HOLMES TUNIE HOLT MARY HUESMAN FRANCES HUFF LUCY KlNGSLEY SARAH KINGSLEY MILDRED KLINGER FRANCES KIRTLAND ELSIE KLOOZ EDITH KOEBBE ANNA LAN- MARIAN LAYMAN MADALYN LELAND ANNA MAE LEWIS PLYLLIS LEWIS MARJORIE MACKENZIE ESTHER MARTIN MARJORIE MATHEWS MARGUERITE MAY BONA MAYHEW RUTH McCoMB INEZ McCoRMACK LILLIAN MCEACHRAN RUTH MCLAREN DOROTHY McNEAL MARGARETTE NICHOLS ERMA NOWERY BERNICE O ' TOOLE IONE PALMER INEZ PECKTEL FRANCES PETTIBONE LYDIA PFEIL DOROTHY RAY CAROL READER PRISCILLA REICHERT HAZEL RICH ALICE RICHARDSON RUTH RICHARDSON CATHARINE RIGGS FLORENCE ROUSE MARJORIE SCADDIN ELAINE SCHERER IRENE SCHULER HELEN SCHWARTZ LEAH SHANKLAND MAE SHAW BENITA SHEARS WINIFRED SHIMP ZOLA SIMON- LA BERYL SMART HAZEL SPEDDING HELEN STAIR MARGARET STAIR ESTHER STEVENS THELMA STEVENSON- CAROL STICKLE GLADYS TEGGERDINE MINNIE TRACEY GERALDINE TRAVIS GERTRUDE TURNER MADGE WALBORN MILDRED WELSH ALICE WUERFEL GLADYS WOOD 486 BRUECK TRACY BRANDO LANG GREY RICHARDS JOHNSON HOLDEN HILLER McCui.LY BIXBY LOWELL GASSMAN ANDREWS CURTIS WEARNE WILSON HAINBECKER HALL SCANDLING BISHOP GARBER DsWlTT SPEAKER SMITH CHALMERS PERKINS MUELLER DOYLE TAYLOR TRACEY SMART GROOMS SCHIMANSKY Womeits Educational Qlub OFFICERS FRANCES SPEAKER MARY SMITH . LUCILLE CHALMERS MARGARET CAMERON. IRIS ABBEY MINNIE ALEXANDER THELMA ANDREWS EDNA BAIRD DORIS BANNISTER ESTHER BARTH JESSE BIXBY MATILDA BOOKMILLER MARGERY BRANDO JEAN BURR LUCILLE CHALMERS JOSEPHINE COMPTON FRANCES COOMEY DOROTHY CURTIS FRANCES DOSTEH LORETTA DOYLE DOROTHY DUNLAP LUCILE GAHBER G. FAYTHE BRUCK RUTH GASSMAN MARION GAUGH IMOGENS GREY President . V ice-President Secretary-Treasurer Faculty Advisor Seniors MARGARET GROOMS LUCY HAINBECKER MARJORIE HALL ELISABETH HOLDEN CHARLOTTE HOWARD MARION HOWLAND MARY HUESMAN EVELYN JOHNSON HELEN JONES JOSEPHINE LANG HELEN LOWELL IRENE LUTZ RUTH McCoMB MARY McCuLLY JENNIE MC.GIFFIN RUTH MCLAREN- ETHEL MILLER RUTH MUELLER Juniors EDITH MURPHY LILIAN PERKINS LOUISE PORTER JULIA RUSSKLL GERALDINE SACKETT Lois SCANDLING HELENE SCHIMANSKY LABERYL SMART MARY SMITH FRANCES SPEAKER ELEANOR STEELE DOROTHY STE YARD FRANCES TAIT ELSIE TRACY MINNIE TRACEY ELIZABETH WEARNE DOROTHY WESTPHAL HELENE WILSON LUCILE HUTCHINSON GLADDIS I ICHARDS MERLE TAYLOR MILDMED WELSH .T.T.T.T. [487; HENKEL GRAICHEN BENDER SIPE REIN FISK WILKINS TANNER WHEATON CHAMPAYNE IREY GENIESSE GARY HOOVER BAIRD MOODY BOYCE WINKLER STELLWAGON FAUST AYRES MISNER COVERT ECKLES LEFEVER DEGRAFF CORLEY FELLOWS ALTER Rational Association of University T)ames UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN CHAPTER OFFICERS MRS. CURTIS LEFEVER MRS. G. E. MICKLE . MRS. D. C. DEGRAFF MRS. F. G. ECKLES President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MEMBERS RETA H. ALTER MARY AYRES G. E. BACHMAN J.H. BAIRD LORRAINE BARNABY A. M. BENDER 3. S. BENSEN J. . BOYCE W. M. BRAYBROOKS R. BRIKMAN G. CANTRELL V. GARY 3. L. CHAMPAYNE E. H. CORLEY MARTHA COVERT S. B. DANTO D. C. DEGRAFF W. G. DUNCAN F. G. ECKLES K. L. EMENS V. L. FAUST J. R. FELLOWS N. C. FISK 3. C. GENIESSE H. H. GRAICHEX MRS. M. M. WINKLER MRS. L. P. HENKEL MRS. D. R. HOOVER MRS. P. R. IREY MRS. W. KORECKI MRS. K. C. KUSTER MRS. C. LEFEVER MRS. G. L. LOCKWOOD MRS. K. L. MACQUEEN MRS. R. E. MCARTHUR MRS. M. MARKS MRS. W. H. MAST MRS. L. C. MERIWETHER MRS. G. E. MICKLE MRS. G. W. MISNER MRS. C. W. MOODY MRS. J. C. PASTOR MRS. R. REIN- MRS. H. SHIELDS MRS. R. J. SIPE MRS. F. R. SMITH MRS. N. R. SMITH MRS. R. H. STELLWAGON MRS. }. SWEENEY MRS. R. R. TANNER MRS. FRANCES WILKENS [488; REYNOLDS DIEKHOFP BROWN HlBBARD JEFFREY DEI.BRIDGE CARSON , CAIN WYLIE GROUSE STAFFORD FITCH BISHOP DAVIS NATIONAL SENIOR HONORARY SOCIETY FOR WOMEN DORIS GROUSE . President DOROTHY WYLIE . . ' Secretary DOROTHY BISHOP Treasurer HONORARY MEMBER DEAN JEAN HAMILTON MEMBERS DOROTHY BISHOP PAMELA BROWN ELIZABETH CAIN ELIZABETH CARSON DORIS GROUSE AILENE DAVIS HELEN DELBRIDGE DOROTHY WYLIE FRIEDA DIEKHOFF SUSAN FITCH WlNONA HlBBARD DOROTHY JEFFREY LILA REYNOLDS CATHERINE STAFFOHD MARION WILLIS 490] LANE STAFFORD MILNES BREWER JONES BROWN BOGAN LAWRENCE ERMAN REYNOLDS BLENDALL MUNZ PACKARD CRAIGIE FREUND Senior Society Senior Society, an honorary society for independent Senior girls, elects to its membership approximately fifteen girls each year, eligibility being based upon campus activity, scholar- ship 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 ROSEMARY LAWRENCE President DOROTHY BOGAN . . . V ice-President DOROTHY GREENWALD Secretary CHARLOTTE ERMAN Treasurer MEMBERS HONORARY Miss JEAN HAMILTON JESSIE BLENDALL DOROTHY BOGAN CLARIBEL BOWEN LUCRETIA BREWER PAMELA BROWN WINIFRED CRAIGIE CHARLOTTE ERMAN ROSALIND FREUND ACTIVE DOROTHY GREENWALD MARGARET JONES DOROTHY LANE ROSEMARY LAWRENCE EDITH MILNES MARION MUNZ LILA REYNOLDS MILDRED PACKARD [491] McKAY DIXON PORTER BARNUM BROWN POWELL KADOW BEAL LIEBERMANN GROUSE WIDMAX SHERER SM LL-EY BARLOW BLAGDON BRIGGS LADD TRUSCOTT KNISLEY MC?ARLEN 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 cooperation among Freshman and Junior girls and to promote the general welfare of the Junior class. OFFICERS ELIZABETH LIEBERMANN ..-.,: . President MARGARET BEAL. ' ' ;- Secretary and Treasurer MEMBERS MARION BARLOW MARGARET BARNUM MARGARET BEAL CHARLOTTE BLAGDON JEANE BRIGGS HELEN BROWN ALMA GROUSE MARGARET DIXON CHARLOTTE ECKERT EDNA KADOW JUNE KNISLEY ALPHRA C. LADD ELIZABETH LIEBERMANN DOROTHY MCFARLEN OLIVE McKAY HELEN PORTER ALICE POWELL ADELAIDE SHERER MARI ANNA SMAI.LEY GERALDINE TRUSCOTT LILLIAN WETZEL EVELYN G. WIDMAN 492 COWEN KIRK LYON HAMILTON TAYLOR MCHENRY WOODWARD SHATTUCK SANZENBACHER WILCOX BATTLES MANDERBACH ADAMS BROWN MARTIN G. WILSON A. WILSON BARBER ALBAN CONLIN BLAHNIK MORTON PEARL GEE RIMER EMMONS MOORE FRIEDRICK HALLIDAY u Phi psilon NATIONAL HONORARY MUSICAL GAMMA CHAPTER Established in 1903 IH HONORARY MEMBERS CARRIE JACOBS BOND CLARE Dux LUCY GATES ROSA PONSELLE SOPHIE BRASLOW MAUD FAY ALMA GLUCK MME. SCHUMANN HEINK CECIL CHAMINADE MABEL GARRISON NINA MORGANA MYRNA SHARLOW PATRONESSES MRS. P. CHRISTIAN MRS. C. GILL MRS. R. KEMPF MRS. H. EARHART MRS. A. Goss MRS. E. PERRY ... .. ..... MRS. M. L. BURTON SORORES IN URBE MAYME AUDETTE WINIFRED DICKINSON EDITH KOON RUTH RHIMENSHNEIDER NELL BROWN NEVA N. FASSENKEMPER MARION HATCH KYCHNER DORIS S. SLOAN REBAH BROWN LELA JEFFREY NORMA FULLER MASON MRS. W. WILSON AVA COMIN CASE GRACE JOHNSON KONOLD DOROTHY PATON SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE HELEN BLAHNIK GERTRUDE FRIEDRICK MARY MOORE MARGUERITE SHATTUCK EVELYN CONLIN MERLE GEE GLADYS MORTON ONNALEE TAYLOR JEANETTE EMMONS HOPE HALLIDAY MARY PEARL KATHERINE WOODWARD 1 GERALDINE MCHENRY HELEN RIMER | PLEDGES ! ' FRANCES ADAMS PHYLLIS BROWN HORTENSE LYON MABLE WHITNEY DOROTHY ALBAN ROXY COWEN ALICE MANDERBACH ALICE WILCOX ANNETTE BARBER THELMA HAMILTON ALFREDA MARTIN- ANGELENE WILSON HAZEL BATTLES 1 H MRS. VALLIE KIRK MYRTLE SANZENBACHER GWENDOLYN WILSON : H ! ' -y-T-T-T-T-T-T.y.T-T.y-T-T-T-y-T-T-T ' - 1 I : ' 1; I ti .1.1 .1 .1 .1.1 .r.r.r. T.T.I. 1.1. 1.1. i. i . jJ-T-r.T. I.T-T T.T-T-T.T.1 .7.T-T-- ] [493 STILLER CHADWICK WILSON KLEYN ESSELSTYN HENDRICKSON LATTIN HOWE TRAINER STRAUSS SMITH WELDON KAISER HARTSHORN WISHROPP HOLLANDS MCKINLEY Sigma a Iota NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL MUSICAL SORORITY ALPHA CHAPTER Founded 1903 NATIONAL HONORARY MEMBERS MERLE ALCOCK FRANCES ALDA CLARA BUTT JULIA CLAUSSEN FLORENCE EASTON OLIVI-: FREMSTAD AMELITA GALLI-CURCI FRIEDA HEMPEL LOUISE HOMER CoRRINE-RlDER KELSEV CAROLINA LAZZARI E. REUGGER-LICHTENSTEIN FLORENCE MACBETH MARGARET MATZENAUER YOLANDO MERO CHRISTINE MILLER MAY MUKLE CLAUDIA MUZIE ROSA RAISA OLGA SAMAROFF MARCELLA SEMBRICH JANET SPENCER GERTRUDE MAY STERN HARRIET WARE FLORENCE HINKLE WITHERSPOON CHAPTER HONORARY MEMBERS LUCREZIA BORI JEAN BOYD PATRONESSES MRS. G. O. BOWEN MRS. R. BISHOP CANFIELD MRS. ALLEN DUDLEY ELIZABETH CAMPBELL FRANCES CASPARI RUTH CHADWICK BERYL BACKER EMMA FISHER CROSS MARIAN S. FREEMAN Lois BAKER HELEN BATES LUCILE BELLAMY DONNA ESSELSTYN GRACE HENDRICKSON PAULINE KAISER MRS. J. V. GLOVER MRS. J. J. GOODYEAR MRS. W. A. HOWLAND MRS. M. P. TILLEY SORORES IN URBE MRS. EMIL LORCH MRS. RUBEN PETERSON MRS. W. A. MCLAUGHLIN MRS. S. McC. STANTON MRS. EARL V. MOORE MRS. Louis STRAUSS GERTRUDE FLOWERDAY BLANCH GALLUP LOUISE GAYLORD ORA HOPKINS STELLA HUNT ALICE LLOYD Lois MARSHALL YENDYS MARSHALL SORORES IN FACULTATE NORA CRANE HUNT MAUDE KLEYN MARTHA MERKLE MAUDE OKKELBERG MABLE RHEAD GRACE RICHARDS SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE DOROTHY HARTSHORN ESTHER D. HOLLANDS DORIS HOWE HARRIET LATTEN BETTY PALMA ROSELLA RIDER DORIS SCHMIDT GRACE SMITH RUTH STILLER MARGARET STRAUSS PLEDGES MARY MCKINLEY SlAME MOUHIDDEN BEATRICE SCHROEDER MARY WALLACE MARTHA MERKEL WINIFRED MOWER ESTHER WILSON HELEN SCHNEIDER NELL STOCKWELL ELIZABETH WHEELER MARGARET TRAINER FLORENCE WELDON FRIEDA W ? ISHROPP PEARL WOLCOTT JULIA WILSON [494] M. McGuRK KYNAST CHRISTENSEN Sigma T)elta NATIONAL HONORARY ORATORICAL AND DRAMATIC FRATERNITY ALICE J. LEFEVER ALPHA CHAPTER Founded in 1918 SORORES IN URBE ANNE McGuRK MRS. T. C. TRUEBLOOD CHARLOTTE BLAGDON VELMA LEIGH CARTER RUTH CHRISTENSEN FLORENCE FULLER MARY IVES DOROTHY JEFFREY JUNE KNISLEY SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE BLANCHE KYNAST MADELINE McGuRK ELIZABETH PIKE MATTIE PROUDFOOT SHIRLEY SALISBURY CATHERINE STAFFORD MARION TAYLOR --T:T-T-T.T.T-T-T-T-T.T.T.T.T. ' r-T.T-1-,T-T,T-T-T-T.T-T-T-T-T-T.T-T-T-T.T-T-T-T-T-T.T_T.T_T_T.T.T,T_T_T.T-T.T ' T_ :T-T-T-T.T-T-T- [495] GOODRICH DeWiTT DELBRIDGE CLOW TRACY HOWLAND BURY KILLER DUNLAP McCuLLY WOODRUFF REYNOLDS BISHOP SCHINDLER KESSEL ' Pi Lambda Theta NATIONAL HONORARY EDUCATIONAL XI CHAPTER Established in 1922 OFFICERS PATTI G. HILLER . . . . . . ' President DOROTHY DUNLAP V ice-President HARRIET RURY f . . . . Recording Sec ' y MARION HOWLAND Corresponding Sec ' y HELEN N. WOODRUFF Treasurer MARY MC.CULLY Keeper-of-Records ASSOCIATE MEMBERS MARGARET CAMERON, A.B. ACTIVE MEMBERS MATILDA BISHOP HARRIET BURY JENNIE M. CLOW HELEN DELBRIDGE JOANNA DE VITT DOROTHY DUNLAP EDNA GOODRICH PATTI G. HILLER HELEN N. WOODRUFF CLEO MURTLAND, A.M. MARION HOWLAND LUCILLE HUTCHINSON MARY C. KESSEL AMY D. MARTIN MARY McCuLLY LILA E. REYNOLDS MARION SCHINDLEH ELSIE TRACY .T-T-T-T-T-T-T-T.T.T-T.T T T.T-T.T.T r, T . T.T. T_ T-T. [496] Iota Sigma ' Pi PHOSPHORUS CHAPTER CHEMICAL SOCIETY Phosphorus Chapter of Iota Sigma Pi, a national honorary chemical sorority, has for its purpose the promotion of fellowship and mutual advancement in chemistry among women students. MRS. S. L. BIGELOW MRS. R. K. MCALPINE PATRONESSES MRS. A. H. WHITE MRS. C. C. MELOCHE MRS. V. G. SMEATON GRADUATE MEMBERS LAWRENCE SIMS BARTELL ANNA LAN- LAURA CANNON DOROTHY STEWART SARAH CLARKSON HAZEL PLATT UPTHEGROVE MARGARET WOODWELL BERNITA BLOCK GOLDIE CORNELIUSON LUVERN HAYS ELSIE KLOOZ ACTIVE MEMBERS ELLEN PORTER AMY MARTIN LOUISE MATTERN RUTH MOUNTAIN SELMA MUELLER [4971 T Sffuare Society HONORARY SOCIETY, ARCHITECTURAL COLLEGE HONORARY MEMBERS MRS. CAMILLA B. GREEN ALUMNAE MEMBERS Miss FLORENCE BANCROFT MRS. LAWRENCE S. BARTELL CATHERINE HELLER ASSOCIATE MEMBERS ELEANORA HAWN HELEN KING DOROTHY JONES MURIEL RAY LALAH VAN SICKLE OFFICERS MARION BUELL President LOUISE ECKERT Vice-President AUGUSTA STEWART Secretary MARGARET BARNUM Treasurer ACTIVE MEMBERS MARGARET BARNUM DOROTHY EGGERT MARION BUELL FLORENCE HARNAU TENETA DOSTER AUGUSTA STEWART LOUISE ECKERT KATHERINE A. YEREX ;498] SCHERER SWAIN GREENWALD LINDQUIST HEILBRUNN CHILD Me DONALD CARTER 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 their literary work. MARTHA GUERNSEY GRADUATE MEMBERS HELEN MASTERS ARDEN G. LEATHERMAN OFFICERS MARION K. HEILBRUNN . President DOROTHY GREENWALD Secretary ACTIVE MEMBERS VELMA LEIGH CARTER RUTH CHILD DOROTHY GREENWALD MARION K. HEILBRUNN ESTHER LINDQUIST VIVIAN MCDONALD RUTH SCHERER. FRANCES SWAIN [499] ' ( :. ' 500 (general Sororities In the order of their establishment at the University of Michigan GAMMA PHI BETA 1882 DELTA GAMMA . . . : 1885 COLLEGIATE SOROSIS 1886 Pi BETA PHI 1888 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA ' . 1890 ALPHA EPSILON IOTA 1890 ALPHA PHI 1892 KAPPA ALPHA THETA, 1879, re-established . 1893 ALPHA CHI OMEGA 1898 CHI OMEGA 1905 THETA PHI ALPHA . . 1912 DELTA DELTA DELTA, 1894, re-established 1915 ALPHA Xi DELTA 1920 ZETATAU ALPHA 1920 KAPPA DELTA, 1912, re-established . 1921 ALPHA OMICRON Pi 1921 ALPHA EPSILON PHI . . . 1922 ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 1922 DELTA ZETA . 1922 PHI SIGMA SIGMA 1922 SIGMA KAPPA . 1924 [502] KlLPATRICK SCANULING LEVY MAcDONALt) GALE SlMS RANDALL KONWINSKI MOORE CARNAHAN BRIGGS METZGER MURRAY SHEFFIELD ROBERTS MEISEL DIXON MAITLANO FORD GAMMA PHI BETA DELTA GAMMA COLLEGIATE SOROSIS . Pi BETA PHI . . KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA ALPHA PHI KAPPA ALPHA THETA ALPHA CHI OMEGA CHI OMEGA THETA PHI ALPHA Inter-Sorority Association CHAPTER MEMBERSHIP 1882 DELTA DELTA DELTA 1885 ALPHA Xi DELTA . 1886 ZETA TAU ALPHA . 1888 KAPPA DELTA . 1890 ALPHA OMICRDN Pi . 1892 ALPHA EPSILON PHI 1893 ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 1898 DELTA ZETA . . . 1905 PHI SIGMA SIGMA 1912 SIGMA KAPPA 1915 1920 1920 1921 1921 1921 1922 1923 1923 1924 ALUMNAE DELEGATES MRS. NATHAN POTTER MRS. RALPH AIGLER MRS. EARLE Dow MRS. D. W. BRONK MRS. HERBERT MALLOHY MRS. RATLIFF MRS. THEOPHIL KLINGMAN MRS. WALTER STAEBLER MRS. CLAIR UPTHEGROVE Miss ANN McGuRK Miss ESTELLE HOOPER MRS. RAY COWDEN MRS. EDWIN DICKINSON MRS. EDWARD GILLETTE 7.923 DOROTHY MAITLAND KATHRYN WOODWARD MARY CATHERINE KESSELL OFFICERS President Secretary Treasurer OFFICIAL DELEGATES 1924 MARGARET DIXON ELEANOR MEISEL LUCILLE ROBERTS LUCIA KILPATRICK CONSTANCE MACDONALD ANN GALE NANNETTE CARNAHAN THEODOSIA BURTON SARAH RANDALL JEANNE BRIGGS HELEN METZGER ANN SIMS KATHERINE KONWINSKI ELIZABETH HUMPHREY RUTH TALLMAN ALVA MOORE JOSEPHINE FORD FRANCES MURRAY GERTRUDE MACKS THYRA SHEFFIELD HELEN MUTSCHLER LOIS SCANDLING EDITH LEVY [503 Gamma Phi Be(a MRS EDWARD ADAMS MRS. WALDO ABBOTT Miss LOUISE BOYNTON MRS. JAMES BHEAKEY MRS. EVERETT BROWN WINIFRED BIETHAN DOROTHY BISHOP FRANCES BREDIN DOROTHY CAMPBELL MARGARET BARNUM WINIFRED CHENEY JEAN FOGLE MARGARET FITCH CATHERINE HUBBARD SORORES MRS. HENRY DOUGLAS Miss LINDA EBERBACH MRS. IRWIN EIBLER MRS. ALFRED FISHER MRS. DEAN MYERS BETA CHAPTER Established in 1882 IN URBE Miss SARAH HINCKS MRS. NATHAN POTTER Miss CLARA STIMSON MRS. WILFRED SHAW MRS. HERBERT SLUSSER SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE BERNICE HILL FLORENCE PITTELCO KATHERINE BREADY IRENE MILLER Seniors WINIFRED GHIDLEY DOROTHY MAITLAND HELEN HAWKEN ELIZABETH PIKE HORTENSE HOAD DOROTHY SANDERS Juniors LUCIA LEE KILPATRICK MARY PELL LUCILE LEWIS CORNELIA SHEPHERD DOROTHY HARTSHORN Sophomores MARK HASKELL JESSIE SPRAGUE DORIS HARRINGTON Freshmen ELIZABETH KILPATRICK HELEN REECE DOROTHY MYERS LUCINDA SHERWOOD Miss MARIE SHERER Miss MABEL RANDALL MRS. CHARLES WAGNER MRS. EARL WOLAVER ELIZABETH POWELL WINIFRED SM EATON VIRGINIA TANNER DOROTHY WEIMER ARDYS STONER MARY STEWART JANET VAN DEN BERG EMILY WOODWARD PITTELCO L. KILPATRICK SHEPHERD LEWIS VAN DEN BERG FOGLE HARTSHORN HASKELL STONER POWELL HILL PELL SPRAGUE SMEATON HOAD BARNUM BEITHAM BREDIN GRIDI EY HAWKEN CAMPBELL PIKE BISHOP MAITLAND SANDERS WEIMER CHENEY LOUTHAN E. KILPATRICK FITCH REECE WOODWARD STEWART HARRINGTON MYERS .T.T.T. [504 XI CHAPTER Established in 1885 MRS. EDWARD CAMPBKLL HONORARY MEMBERS MRS. MORTIMER COOLEY MRS. KARL GUTHE SORORES IN URBE MRS. RALPH AIGLER MRS. NORMAN MILLER MRS. HARRY RASHBACKER MRS. IRVING SCOTT MRS. WILLIAM BROWN, JR. MRS. THEOPHILE RAPHAEL MRS. WILLIAM RUMPF MRS. SHIRLEY SMITH MRS. JOHN EFFINGER MRS. CHARLES RASH MRS. HENRY SANDERS MRS. WILLIAM STONEMEN OLIVE KNOWLSON SORORES IN FACULTATE MlNA WlNSLOW JEAN SHARPE SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors GERTRUDE BAKER DORIS GROUSE HOPE HALLADAY ALMA GROUSE MARGARET DIXON HELEN CROCKER KATHEHINE BOOTH RUTH KAHN KATHF.RINE KOCIIER Lois MILLER HELEN MILLION JOSEPHINE PATTON CATHERINE RIGGS CONSTANCE SMITH DOROTHY SOBER Juniors CONSTANCE MACDONALD MARTHA MILLER RUTH MACDONALD LILLIAN WETZEL Sophomores ANN SEELEY KATHRYN WILLSON MARGARET EFFINGER Freshmen HELEN LARA WAY MARGUERITE SHATTUCK ALLEEN MILLER MARGARET TOWNSEND MINERVA MILLER ESTHER TROUT DOROTHY KOHMBACK DOROTHY MALCOMSON GERALDINE SPILL KATHRYN WOODWARD MIRIAM WETX.EL ELIZABETH WOODWARD LOUISE TURNER MARY VAN BUREN 4 JL KOCHER BOOTH EFFINGER CROCKER E. WOODWARD KAI.MBACH WILLSON SEELEY L. WETZEL M. WETZEL M. MILLER A. GROUSE DIXON R. MACDONALD C. MACDONALD TOWNSENU MILLION BAKER SOBER L. MILLER D. GROUSE K. WOODWARD PATTON RIGGS SMITH HALLADAY TROUT MALCOMSON A. MILLER SHATTUCK KAHN M. MILLER LARAWAY TURNER 505 ] COLLEGIATE SOROSIS Established in 1886 RESIDENT ALUMNAE MRS. ROBERT C. ANGELL MRS. EARLE V. Dow MRS. JOSEPH BARSS MRS. EDGAR N. DURFEE Miss HELEN BATES MRS. A. C. FURSTENBURG MRS. HENRY M. BATES Miss FLORENCE GREENE MRS. CHRISTINE M. BREED MRS. J. GRIFFITH HAYS Miss GERTRUDE BROCK MRS. HARRY HAWLEY MRS. JOSEPH A. BURSLEY Miss Lois INGLIS Miss LYDIA CONDON MRS. JAMES KENNEDY Miss KATHKRINE CAMERON Miss ANNA LLOYD Miss MARGARET CAMERON MRS. PERRIN LONG MRS. EARL V. MOORE Miss NATALIE MURPHY Miss CAROLINE PATTENGILL MRS. G. V. PATTERSON MRS. V. B. PILLSBURY Miss DOREEN POTTER MRS. HARRISON RANDALL Miss HESTER REED Miss GLADYS WEBB MRS. JESSE S. REEVES MRS. CHARLES SADLER MRS. WILLIAM H. SELLEW Miss BERTHA SHAW Miss MILDRED SHERMAN MRS. RENE TALAMON MRS. AUBREY TEALDI MRS. VICTOR C. VAUGHN- MISS GRACE WEBB HARRIET BURY MARY IVES FRANCES BONNER MARIAN BRITTSON MARY COOLEY ANN GALE MARY BARRETT CHRISTINE BAUCH SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors MARGARET ANN KEEGAN MARIAN KOLB MARY CATHERINE KESSELL MARY McKiNLEY Juniors ELIZABETH DRAKE AGNES PARKER ELEANOR MEISEL ALICE POWELL Sophomores HELEN HUTCHINS ELIZABETH PARROTT MARY Lou MILLER EUNICE ROSE ELIZABETH SMITH Freshmen SUE GRUNDY BONNER JEANNE GROVER ANNA GRANDY HELENA KNAPP HELEN FURBER ALICE RUSSELL THELMA SMITH ELIZABETH STRAUSS ALICE LANGTHORN MARY PARROTT MARGARET REID DRAKE MEISEL POWELL GALE T. SMITH F. BONNER HUTCHINS E. PARROTT KOLB KESSEL BURY KEEGAN RUSSELL McKiNLEY Ross COOLEY GSOVER BAUCH MILLER BRITTSON STRAUSS FURBER PARKER GRANDY E. SMITH S. BONNER M. PARROTT REID BARRETT KNAPP [506] MICHIGAN BETA CHAPTER Established in 1888 i ' Beta 9hi MRS. ALBERT BARRETT MRS. CHARLES BERRY MRS. DETLEV BRONK Miss DOROTHY CHIPMAN MRS. D. C. CHIPMAN MRS. HAL CONDIT KATHERINE AINSVVORTH JESSIE BECKHAM HELEN M. BROWN GRACE HALL MARGUERITE AINSVVORTH KATHERINE CLARKE HELEN AUSTIN FRANCES FINK EMILY HULBERT PATRONESSES MRS. HUGH CABOT MRS. MARTIN D ' OOGE SORORES IN URBE MRS. RAY O. FISHER Miss LUCY HUBER MRS. II. L. GOODRICH MRS. HOMER HEATH Miss ELIZABETH HOLT MRS. CARL HUBER MRS. FRANCIS KELSEY MRS. GEORGE LEWIS MRS. RALPH MILLER MRS. FRANK PARKER MRS. JAMES CORK SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors NANETTE CARNAHAN NATALIE GLOVER HELEN DELBRIDGE DOROTHY JEFFREY MADELINE BROWN MARGARET STUART Juniors ELIZABETH HULBERT OLIVE McKAY GERALDINE TRUSCOTT DOROTHY WILLIAMS MARY HARTINGER Sophomores HELEN HALL MARGARET LAWSON LOUISE ROBERTS ELMA WALZ FRANCES MODE FRANCES PARRISH DOROTHY LAUVER Freshmen HELEN SEARIGHT CAROLINE PAULL HAZEL ROBERTS MRS. ISRAEL RUSSELL MRS. HENRY RIGGS MRS. HERBERT SHAW MRS. ALBERT WHITE MRS. ALFRED WHITE MRS. MILDRED WOODHAMS ELIZABETH LAUVER PROCTOR SPAULDING HELEN PORTER MARTHA CHASE MARGARET PURDY ELEANOR VERDIER CHARLOTTE WARDELL KATHRYN BRADY WALZ D. LAUVER L. ROBERTS H. HALL M. AINSWORTH LAWSON CLARKE BECKHAM TRUSCOTT McKAY WILLIAMS PORTER G. HALL E. HULBERT BROWN- JEFFREY GLOVER SPALDING BROWN DELBRIDGE E. LAUVER K. AINSWORTH CARNAHAN STUART MODE PAULL WARDELL VERDIER AUSTIN H. ROBERTS FINK SEARIGHT PARRISH HULBERT [507 Kappa t appa Cjramma BETA DELTA CHAPTER Established in 1890 DR. MARGARET BULL MRS. L. A. BARRETT MRS. T. R. ADAMS MRS. V. J. BOOTH MRS. JOHN BRADFIELD MRS. KIRK HARRIET ACKLEY CHRISTINE ADDISOX THEODOSIA BURTON ALICE ALLEN ELIZABETH HASCAI.L ELIZABETH BEARD MARY CARTER THORA M. HOYT MARGARET BAILEY VIRGINIA BTXTON PATRONESSES MRS. A. O. LEE MRS. MAUDE SCHEMM MRS. SAMUEL MOORE MRS. STANLEY STEVENS MRS. M. L. BURTON SORORES IN URBE Miss FANDIRA CROCKER MRS. P. S. LOVEJOY MRS. SAM DONALDSON MRS. H. S. MALLORY MRS. M. GREENWOOD MRS. J. C. McMuRRAY MRS. E. E. NELSON SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Sen iors STATIRA BUTMAN ELIZABETH HUMPHREYS HONORA EALCONER HELEN KEYSER LOUISE GALLOWAY HELEN MCBRATNIE MARIAN BLOOD Juniors JUNE KNISLEY ROSABEL LEE ELIZABETH LAPHAM ELIZABETH OLMSTED SADYEBETH HEATH Sophomores ELIZABETH FINLEY HELEN JOHNSON FRANCES GORSLINE CATHERINE MELLEN LOUISE HUMPHREYS ALBERTA OLSON GENEVA EWING Freshmen PHYLLIS HAEHNLE KATHERINE KELDER RUTH HOLZNAGLE FREDERIKA MARSTON IRENE FIELD MRS. JOHN SUNDWALL MRS. A. S. WHITNEY Miss SARAH PARKER MRS. ALBERT B. PECK MRS. U. B. PHILLIPS MRS. J. B. MOORE HELEN PARTLOW HELENE TORREY ALICE VANDERHORST ELIZABETH RANCK ELSA SCHREIBER ELSA RUYLE HELEN SULLIVAN ELLEN VAN-ZANDT ESTHER TUTTLE HARRIET WISE : VAN-ZANDT GORSLINE JOHNSON OLSON FINLEY EWING L. HUMPHREYS CARTER BEARD SCHREIBER PARTLOW OLMSTEAD ALLEN LAPHAM LEE KNISLEY HASCALL RANCK HOYT TORREY FALCONER ACKLEY KEYSER ADDISON HEATH E. HUMPHREYS BUTMAN MCBRATNIE GALLOWAY VANDERHORST SULLIVAN MARSTON WISE FIELD BAILEY TurrLE KELDER BUXTON HAEHNLE HOLZNAGLE MELLEN | 508 | M-i. -A-.L-J- ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1890 - Cpsilon lot? MAUD ABBOTT MRS. HUGH CABOT DR. MARGARET BELL THELMA FREEMAN ETHEL T. CALHOUN HELEN BARNARD BERNETA BLOCK HONORARY MEMBERS ELIZA MOSHER FLORENCE SABIN STEWART MARTHA VAN HOOSEN EMMA CALL PATRONESSES MRS. REUBEN PETERSON MRS. R. B. CANFIELD MRS. ALBERT BARRETT SORORES IN URBE MRS. DAVID M. COWIE MRS. L. WALSER OLIPHANT DR. JEANNE C. Sons MRS. EDWARD BRAGG SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors LOUISE O. KAPPES IRENE MARTIN GERALDINE M. HAMILTON Junior.? ORRA HENDERSON MARY MC!NTYRE AMY EDMANDS SopAomores ESTHER BRENNEMAN DORIS KENDRICK GOLDIE CORNELIUSON DOROTHEA McCLURE RUTH C. SNYDER TRYPHOSA WORCESTER MARTHA VAUGHN HAMILTON CORNELIVSON SNYDER FREEMAN MARTIN CHRISTENSEN BARNARD BRESGETOOR VAUGHN PRENTISS McCLURE KAPPES BRESNEMAN EDMANDS KENDRICK WEEKS CALHOUN WORCESTER HENDERSON MC!NTYRE BLOCK [ 509 | lpha MRS. JUNIUS E. BEAL MRS. A. H. LLOYD KENNETH BERRY ADIE ADA ARNOLD MINNIE BOYLAN BEAL HELEN BROWN- ESTHER BURY CLARKE PATRONESSSES MRS. C. G. PARNALL MRS. REUBEN PETERSON THETA CHAPTER Established in 1892 MRS. R. F. WALDRON MRS. R. M. WENLEY SORORES IN URBE ANNE HINSHAW CHARLOTTE SCHURZ ALICE SMITH MAY MARGARET SMITH KATHERINE SHAY MORRILL MABEL TILLEY GRACE FLAGG RAIKES MARIAN WILLIAMS ABIGAIL SHAY RATCLIFF FRANCES ZIMMERMAN JANE MINOR CRESS FRANCES FLORER JEANNETTE SMITH FLORER ELIZABETH HALL HAYDEN HlLDEGARDE HfiUSEL SALLY CLARKSON SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors WENONAH CUDDY SUSAN FITCH DOROTHY E. JONES Juniors HAZEL ALDEN ELEANOR FERRY MARGARET BEAL MARTHA HOWELL MARGARET CHAMBERLAIN ADALINE JOHNESSE DOROTHY MCFARLEN FRANCES ADAMS MARGARET BALLARD DOROTHY DIBBLE Sophomores DOROTHY CHAMBERLAIN CHARLOTTE JACOBS Freshmen MARGARET Dow ALICE HICKS HANNAH FITCH SARAH HUME MARGARET WRENTMORE SARAH GRACE RANDALL MARGARET NUTTING SALLY WALSER ILAH WINTERS VERA WALLINGTON JEAN KYER HELEN RUTH HICKS RUTH BALLARD DIBBLE HUME H. FITCH Dow WINTER WRENTMORE JOHNESSE WALLINGTON WALSER MCFARLEN ADAMS JACOBS D. CHAMBERLAIN KYER M. CHAMBERLAIN NUTTING HOWELL ALDEN JONES S. FITCH CUDDY FERRY BEAL .T-T-T.T-T-T-T-T-T-T-T.T.T-T-T.T-T.T.T-T.T-T-TrT: .T.T.T.T. [510 ETA CHAPTER Established in 1879 Re-established in 1893 MRS. S. L. BIGELOW MRS. C. H. COOLEY Miss ALICE CROCKER MRS. H. C. ADAMS MRS. NELLIE BENDER Miss MARIAN BLOOD MRS. ORLIN V. BOSTON MRS. Louis I. BREDVOLD MRS. A. G. CANFIELD JOSEPHINE BALZ CLARICE CASADY LOUISE BARLEY JEANE BRIGGS EDITH BISHOP MARION DUTTON ELIZABETH BLACKWOOOD HARRIETT ABBOTT PATRONESSES MRS. JAMES INGLIS MRS. S. C. WHEAT MRS. S. W. LADD MRS. H. L. WILGUS MRS. J. F. LAWRENCE SORORES IN URBE MRS. B. F. CARNEY MRS. OTIS GREEN Miss CORDELIA HIGGINS MRS. A. M. HIGLEY Miss WINIFRED HOBBS Miss MARGARET NEWTON Miss ADA OLSEN MRS. PARSONS MRS. S. C. RUNNELS MRS. A. G. RUTHVEN MRS. THEOPHIL KLINGMAN MRS. N. F. SHAMBAUGH MRS. PAUL MOORE MRS. A. G. SWAIN SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors MARGARET DEMMON SHIRLEY LAWTON MARY HAYS AUGUSTA STEWART Juniors MARGARET HAYS DOROTHY PUTT LEE JENKS JEANNE RYAN FLORENCE JOHNSTON MARTHA SCHNEIDER ELSA OHLMACKER CLAIRE SHINNICK Sophomores FRANCES BARNUM ETHEL MOORE ELIZABETH TOMPKINS MRS. ALICE WOODBRIDGE MRS. F. H. YOST MRS. VAN LOEBENSELS MRS. F. B. VEDDER MRS. J. J. WALSER MRS. T. WEIMAN Miss GAY WILGUS Miss CONSTANCE WINCHELL ROMAINE BUSCH EDNA BALZ Freshmen DOROTHY MARSH CHARLOTTE HALLER FRANCES SWAIN- ELEANOR WORTHINGTON KATHERYN STYER GLADYS TROWBRIDGE EVELYN WIDMAN ELEANOR MUSSELMAN KATHLEEN RETTENMEIR BARLEY JENKS SLACK TOMPKINS BLACKWOOD MOORE BARNUM MUSSSLMAN RYAN SHINNICK BISHOP WIDMAN SCHNEIDER JOHNSTON BRIGGS M. HAYS DUTTON TROWBRIDGE OHI.MACHER LAWTON MARY HAYS WORTHINGTON CASADY J. BALZ STEWART DEMMON SWAIN ABBOTT PUTT HALLER RETTENMEIR MARSH BUSCH E. BALZ -T-T-T-T-r-T-T-T-T. 511 ] C_ Hi Omega AXO THETA CHAPTER Established in 1898 MRS. C. O. DAVIS MRS. C. C. GLOVER MRS. R. ANDERSON MRS. C. N. CHURCH LYDIA CONDON MRS. C. O. DAVIS MRS. C. K. HILLS DORIS ARNOLD FRANCES AVERY LYLA CHISHOLM DOROTHY KNAPP ISABEL NICHOLS CATHARINE GRIFFITHS FRANCES LIGHT MARY FRANCES BEEMAN LUCY ANN COCHLIN RUTH DAVY BLANCHE BARTON PATRONESSES MRS. N. S. HOFF MRS. G. B. RHEAD SORORES IN URBE MRS. N. S. HOFF MRS. BEN LEWIS MRS. R. B. HOWELL MRS. LEONARD MILLER MAUDE KLEYN MRS. H. B. MILLS MRS. C. F. KYER MRS. H. W. NICHOLS SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors RUTH CHRISTENSEN FLORENCE RANKIN MARIAN GARFIELD SHIRLEY SALISBURY HORTENSE MILLER MARIAN SCHMIDT Juniors KATHLEEN PATTERSON LOUISE PLETKE CAROL ROSECRANS EOLA ZEIGEN Sophomores MARGARET LORD HELEN METZGER AMY NORTON CLARICE WINANS Freshmen MARY RUTH DOUGHTY MARGUERITE RICHARDS LOUISE RIBLET VIRGINIA MAY ROYCE MYRINE RICH HELEN SHIMP ELIZABETH KENNEDY RUTH SCHERER MRS. U. J. WILE MRS. WM. WHEELER MARIAN NICHOLS MRS. SOWLE SAMPLE MRS. VALTER STAEBLER MRS. H. B. TROSPER MRS. S. M. YUTZY ELIZABETH SHILSON ELSIE STEVENS MURIEL STURTZ BERYL SCHAFER CYNTHIA SMITH DOROTHY SPENCER MARY ELLEN WARRINER GERTRDE WELCH NORTON METZGER RAMSEY UNGER SMITH WELCH LIGHT LORD GRIFFITHS D COCHLIN GARFIELD SCHAFER NICHOLS KNAPP ZEIGEN PATTERSON PLETKE WINANS CHISHOIM AVERY SCHMIDT SALISBURY STURTZ STEVENS CHRISTENSEN ARNOLD SHILSON MILLER RICH BEEMAN WARRINER DAVY L. COCHLIN SPENCER SHIMP RIBLET RICHARDS DOUGHTY ROYCE . r-T.T.T.T.T-T-T. 512 ! KTA CHAPTER Established 1905 MRS. H. W. EMERSON MRS. E. K. HERDMAN MRS. F. E. BARTELL MRS. J. FAIRMAN MRS. E. C. GODDARD DR. MARTHA GUERNSEY MADELINE ARNOLD ELIZABETH CAIN LOUISE COATES BERNICE BOYD JANE DEWEY DOROTHY EMERY GRACE MCDONALD MARGARET GEDDES LENORE GARDNER PATRONESSES MRS. W. HUMPHREYS MRS. C. K. KAUFMANN MRS. L. C. KARPENSKI MRS. T. E. RANKIN SORORES IN U RBE MlSS ESTHER ' JHOLLANDS MRS. F. N. MENEFEE MRS. W. J. HUSSEY MRS. E. MITCHELL Miss JULIA LOCKWOOD Miss FLORENCE MOHR MRS. F. V. STEVENS MRS. C. L. WASHBURNE MlSS LONA TlNKHAM MRS. J. SCHLOTTERBECK SORORES IN FACULTATE DR. HERTA HARTWIG SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE FAITH PARMERLEE Seniors MATTIE PROUDFOOT RHEA SCHLAAC.K DOROTHY ROCKWELL MIRIAM SCHLOTTERBECK HARRIET ROGERS MARGARET TRAINER Juniors EDNA KADOW FLORENCE ESTHER MORSE SARAH DOROTHY KING ELEANOR PLAIN VIRGINIA MCLAREN ADELAIDE SHERER Sophomores DOROTHY GOOCH ELIZABETH HERTEL HELEN HANLIN MARGARET MILNES DOROTHY LYONS MAXINE GEDDES Freshmen BEATRICE SHRODER LILLIAN MERNER MIRIAM WICKSALL FRIEDA WISHROPP LORENE SIMPSON ANNE SIMS ESTHER WHITE GERTRUDE MOHLER RUTH RANKIN DOROTHY TODD GARDNER TODD MERNER STEVELY GOOCH HERTEL LYONS SCHROEDER MAXINE GEDDES MOHLER RANKIN EMERY BOYD PLAIN SIMPSON M. GEDDES HAN LIN MCDONALD DEWEY MORSE KING WHITE SHERER KADOW SIMS MCLAREN WICKSALL ARNOLD TRAINER WISHROPP CAIN COATES ROCKWELL ROGERS SCHLAACK .T-T.T-T-T.T-T- [513] Alpha ALPHA CHAPTER Established in 1912 PATRONESSES MRS. MORRIS BLACK DR. DEAXE MRS. T. MAC.KAVANAUGH MRS. V. N. ST. PETER MRS. MARIE K. CORCORAN MRS. ANNA DOYLE MRS. V. A. MCLAUGHLIN Miss JULIA WILCOX SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors MARGARET KEIL KATHERINE KONWINSKI GLADYS CARNEGIE MARY LOUISE COONEY EDMARIE SCHRAUDER CATHERINE MORIARTY HELEX MORROW AGNES LYONS EDNA MOREXCY MADELEINE McGuRK DOROTHY MORROW MADELYN VINOPAL Juniors EVELYN DOHANEY DOROTHY GRIX VERENA MORAN GERTRUDE MACAULAY ROSEMARY MATGEX JEAX SVENSGARD Sophomores ABIGAIL NOON REGINA REICHMAN MONICA O ' BRIEN EDYTHE RHIXEVAULT Freshman MERCEDES O ' BRIEN FRANCES O ' REILLY ZITA RAUXER CATHERINE MILLER JOSEPHINE STEARNS RUTH MOUNTAIN- LI LA ZANG FRANCES WHALEN MORIARITY ZANG MOUNTAIN SVENSGARIJ STEARNS MACAULAY H. MORROW MORENCY KONWINSKI VINOPAL McGuRK KEIL LYONS RAUNER O ' REILLY D. MORROW DOHANEY O ' BRIEN NOON MILLER O ' BRIEN MATGEN RHINEVAULT COONEY CARNEGIE GRIX 514] IOTA CHAPTER Established in 1894 Re-established in 1915 MRS. HORATIO ABBOTT MRS. JOHN R. BRUMM Miss ALICE BURTLESS MRS. ARTHUR H. COVERT MRS. " M. PRAYER ELIZABETH CARSON FRIKDA DIKKHOFF ELIZABETH HUMPHREY MARION BARLOW ELIZABETH BOEHM RUTH CARSON JEANETTE DORRANCE FLORENCE FOSTER PATRONESSES MRS. HORACE KING MRS. THOMAS II. REED MRS. CARL BRAUN MRS. EDWIN H. KRAUS SORORES IN URBE MRS. WALTER HALL MRS. T. A. LOWRY MRS. L. V. HEILBRUNN MRS. WESLEY HOFFMAN Miss KSTELLE HOOPER MRS. CHARLES C. FRIES MRS. CLIFFORD WOODY Miss MARY Ross MRS. CHARLES S. MILLEN Miss MARION STOWE MRS. A. F. MONTGOMERY MRS. LEIGH J. YOUNG Miss K. MONTGOMERY MRS. SCOTT WESTERMAN MRS. HORACE KING SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors PATTI HILLER AMY MARTIN VELMA NULL ELSA SCHULER MARGARET STAIR MIRIAM STOTZER THELMA WIEGAND MARGARET WEIR Juniors CATHERINE DEAN MARY MARGARET MILLER CHARLOTTE ECKERT THELMA RAYMOND MARJORIE BUTLER MARY FERNER Sophomores MARGARET EATON ALMA MILLER ELIZABETH MCDOWELL MARGARET MOGK Freshmen HERMINE HUSBAND MARGARET PROBECK LUCILLF. GHOFF FREDA SCHMIDT VERNA TREBILCOCK HAZEL RICH HELEN STAIR ALICE WUKRFKI. H. STAIR A. MILLER RICH R. CARSON EATON MCDOWELL M. STAIR BARLOW DEAN RAYMOND TREBILCOCK SCHMIDT GILHAMS HUMPHREY NULL WIEGAND STOTZER SCHULER DIEKHOFF HILLER DORRANCE HUSBAND PROBECK GROFF MOGK .... FERNER M. MILLER WEIR ECKERT MARTIN E. CARSON BOEHM BUTLER 515 ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER Established in 1920 PATRONESSES MRS. MARY E. BUFFINGTON MRS. HUGH KEELER MRS. H. H. SEELEY MRS. JOHN Cox MRS. C. J. LYONS MARGUERITE BARRELL MRS. A. R. CRITTENDON CATHERINE COLE DAMA GODFREY HELEN BERNARD CATHERINE CAVE FERNE MAE BRITTON MARGARET SAGENDORF CHRISTINE BETZNER MARGARET BUFFINGTON LOTUS JOHNSON SORORES IN URBE MRS. ROY COWDEN MILDRED LAWTON MRS. ROBERT HALL ELMIRA PRIEST SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors FRANCES L. GRAHAM JUNE NOTLEY LAURA E. HYDE Juniors HELEN CROWE HARRIET GOODALL FLORENCE NELSON EDITH ORR t MARGARET McPHEE NELLIE RITTENHOUSE EDNA WHITNEY Sophomores JEAN SWINTON GRACE THOMAS HELEN OCOBACH RUTH TALLMAN Freshmen HELEN HOCHREIN LOUISE RITTENHOUSE PHYLLIS JOHNSTON LEONA SHERMAN HARRIET CARTER MARJORIE SWINTON Miss MABLE VAN-KLEET MRS. A FRANKLIN SHULL MRS. KATHERINE SCHULTZ EDITH THOMAS VIRGINIA WHEELER HELEN SHERMAN GERTRUDE TURNER RUTH WILLIAMS WAVE HANNA ALICE SIMMONS ETHEL STEVENSON L. RITTENHOUSE SIMMONS CARTER HOCHREIN L. SHERMAN M. SWINTON BUFFINGTON J. SWINTON TALLMAN BETZNER G. THOMAS OCOBACK WILLIAMS WHITNEY SANZENBACHER TURNER H. SHERMAN N. RITTENHOUSE CROWE GOODALL BERNARD McPHEE HYDE WHEELER ORR COLE GRAHAM NOTLEY GOFDREY E. THOMAS [516] ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER Established in 1920 PATRONESSES MRS. P. B. BLANCHARD MRS. C. E. GRIFFEN MRS. R. A. SAWYER MRS. E. M. ' DICKENSON MARGARET BLACK ANNABELLE BURDICK ELEANOR BURDICK FANNY JOHNSTON BARBARA ALLEN HELEN BEST MARGARET BROOKS SORORES IN URBE FRANCES ELY SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Sen ors JOSEPHINE FORD RACHEL RENO MARJORIE RORICK ANITA JOHNSON VIRGINIA RICE Juniors ALICE NEESLEY MAXINE ROACH KATHRYN MILLER VIVIAN NORTH Sop io nores VIOLA BREKKE LILLIAN HARDING MARIAN BURROWS PAULINE MALONE Freshmen ALICE MELLINGER prta MRS. F. H. STEVENS MRS. P. A. SMITH ETHEL SPILSBURY THEODORA SMITH MARIAN TAYLOR DOROTHY THOMPSON DOROTHY MICKLEBOROUGH PHYLLIS TURNBULL JANET SINCLAIR NEESLEY ROACH E. BURDICK A. BURDICK MILLER RORICK THOMPSON JOHNSTON XORTH SMITH BLACK RICE SPILSBURY TAYLOR RENO JOHNSON FORD ELY SINCLAIR HARDING MALONE ALLEN BEST TURNBULL BURROWS BREKKE MICKLEBOROUGH BROOKS [517] PATRONESSES MRS. HARRY BACKER SIGMA ZETA CHAPTER Established in 1912 Re-established in 1921 MRS. R. W. COWDEN MRS. RICHARD BARKER MARIAN DAWLEY GRACE FRY GRACE HESSE MARGARET BECK BERNADETTE COTE LORA COTE CHARLOTTE BLAGDON MARIAN BUCK ELIZABETH BURNS FRANCES BORING CONSTANCE CLARKE GERALDINE AUBREY LENA GRALEY SORORES IX URBE ELLA HYMANS MRS. C. C. MELOCHE MRS. CARL RUFUS MRS. ALBERT KIRKKOWSKI ELEANOR MILLER ELLEN STEVENSON MRS. LEON MAKIELSKI LILLIAN MUNRO MRS. E. R. SUNDERLAND MRS. HERBERT TWINING SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors HELEN DEEMER ELIZABETH JAMESON PAULINE GALLAGHER BLANCHE KYNAST ELIZABETH HALFERT ALVA MOORE ELEANOR STEELE Juniors EDNA CHRISTENSEN OLIVE HYMANS HELEN GREGORY RHEA JENKS MARGARET SLAVENS ESTHER SANDBERG MILDRED SAFFORD LOUISE TAUBERT ELIZABETH LIEBERMANN LORENA RANDALL VESTA DE WITT Sophomores JOSEPHINE CLARK NOHMA CLARKE FLORENCE HAMLIN DOROTHY OGBORN DOROTHY WALDO Freshmen WINIFRED HAPE.MAN MARION KUBIK BEULAH HARGER MARGARET McNALLY ELIZABETH RUSSELL MARGARET SANDBERG JULIA WILSON OGBORN BORING J. CLARK C. CLARKE HESSE SAFFORD BLAGDON BECK RANDALL SLAVENS CHRISTENSEN HYMANS LIEBERMANN BUCK JENKS STEELE GREGORY E. SANBERG MOORE FRY KYNAST JAMESON TAUBERT DEEMER BURNS WILSON GRALEY HARGER KUBIK MCN ' ALLY M. SANBERG HAPEMAN GALLAGHER HALFERT 518 Hill OMICHON PI CHAPTER Established in 1921 MRS. R. V. BUNTING Alpha Omicr on PATRONESSES MRS. WM. INGLIS MRS. W. O. RAYMOND MRS. JAMES CHRISTIE MlSS H. SCRANTON SUE CRAWFORD VELMA LEIGH CARTER CHARLOTTA EWING FLORENCE FIERIG FRANCES BARRETT LUCILE BELLAMY DORIS BESSENGER WINIFRED BENEDICT NELLIE DICKINSON- ANNETTE BI-RKHARDT ELIZABETH CODY SOROHES IX URBE MRS. EDWARD GILLETTE SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors MARJORIE KERB LORAINE PRICE IRENE LUTZ VIRGINIA SMITH MARIAN MURRAY IRENE SWAIN HELEN L. HOWARD Juniors MARGARET BONINE MARGARET I IANSELMAN HELEN BOORMAN PATRICIA BROWN- ELIZABETH HAYES Rl ' TH MOREY FAITH DUMAS ARLINE EWING LOUISE BOER Sophomores ELVA LANGDON DOROTHY PATTON Freshmen ELIZABETH COSSITT LYLAS HAYES MARY KENT-MILLER MARJORIE MILLER LUVERN HAYS VIRGINIA VANZANDT ISABEL WATERWORTH DOROTHY WYLIE FRANCES MURRAY MURIEL RAY MABGABET WHITE HARRIETT WESTON ALDA WEBER MARJORIE WEBER SWAIN BELLAMY RAY C. EWING LUTZ L. HAYS FIEBIG BOORMAN BOER DUMAS F. MURRAY MOREY CRAWFORD BROWN SMITH WATERWORTH HOWARD VANZANDT WYLIE CARTER M. MURRAY PRICE KERR BARRETT E.HAYES M.WEBER CODY KENT-MILLER L.HAYES A.WEBER HANSELMAN A. EWING PATTON 519 fil 1, 1 1, 1 | [ yi.-J.-J.- --L-J.--L-X--L-J.-J.--L-J.- ' J.-J.-J--J.-J.-J. ' J.-J.-J.-J.--l.-l.-l.-J--J.TE PI CHAPTER Established in 1921 PATRONESSES MRS. I. L. SHARFMAN MRS. MORITZ LEVI MRS. DAVID A. BROWN MRS. HERMAN FINSTERWALD SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors RUTH CAPLAN LILLIAN DAVIDSON RUTH DAVIDSON GLADYS LAX MARIAN FISKE DOROTHY FRANK SOPHIA TASHOF JUDITH HOOTKINS Juniors FANNIE ROBERTS GLADYS ROSENBAUM VERA SUNDELSON Sophomores REVA KAY GERTRUDE MARKS HELEN STRAUS Freshmen EMILIE OPPENHEIM HARRIET LEVY RUTH ROSENTHAL ELEANOR SCHER BEHNICE SIEGEL MIRIAM KIRSCHNER RUTH SCHEINMAN LEVY OPPENHEIM SCHER LAX ROSENTHAL R. DAVIDSON STRAUS SIEGEL ROSENBAUM SUNDELSON L. DAVIDSON MARKS KAY TASHOF FISKE CAPLAN ROBERTS HOOTKINS FRANK [520 ALPHA BETA CHAPTER Established in 1922 pha VJamrna LJelta PATRONESSES MRS. ROBERT II. CURTISS MRS. GROVER GRISMORE MRS. ROBERT ARTHUR SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors DOROTHY BOLTON ZOA BYERS FLORA CALLENDER JOSEPHINE COMPTON HELEN CHAPIN VIOLET BAYLE MARJORIE HELM MARIAN COY LUCILLE HOLDSWORTH EVELYN COOK ELIZABETH DUFFIELD LUCILE HAGENER DOROTHY KELLY RUTH McCoMB HELEN MUTSCHLER GERALDINE SACKETT LABERYL SMART Juniors MAHJORII-: GORDON ISABEL MUTSCHLER Sophomores GERTRUDE OTTMER RUTH STRICKLAND ISABEI.LE SMITH JULIA SUPERNAW Freshmen MARGARET PARKKR INEZ RICHARDS MARJORIE SHIELDS ALICE WILCOX EDITH STONEBURNER ELEANOR TURNER MARION VAN NESS ELAINE SCHERER RUTH VERMILYEA DALE VROOMAN IONE VAN BUREN I. MUTSCHLER STRICKLAN VROOMAN BAYLE GORDON FAST HELM SUPERNAW H. MUTSCHLER SCHERER KELLY STONEBURNER HECENER COMPTON McCoMB LADD CHAPIN Boi TON VAN NESS TURNER SMART COOK BYERS DUFFIELD CALLENDER SACKETT FENTON COY HOLDSWORTH VAN BUREN VERMILYEA SMITH OTTMER PARKER WILCOX BETHEL ,-rlT-r.r-r.T-T-T.T.T.r-T-T-T.T-T,-f-T_T-1-T.r.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T. [521] ALPHA ETA CHAPTER Established in 1922 MRS. A. E. WOOD PATRONESSES MRS. C. E. LOVE MRS. A. L. NELSON MRS. J. H. HANFORD LOVE BARNETT ALFRIEDA BARTH NORMA BOWBEER LOWENE BARNETT ELINOR BAUSCHARD SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors LUCILLE CHALMERS CATHERINE JONES ALENE DAVIS MARGARET KOON JEWEL HEISER LOUISE MATTERN Juniors VIRGINIA CRONIN LILLIAN LAKE JOY CARPP THVRA SHEFFIELD LEA SHERMAN JEAN MACAULAY LILLIAN PRANCE ELIZABETH WRIGHT CHARLOTTE SPRINGSTEEN CAROL STICKLE EUDORA BEGOLE LUCILLE CORNELL NORMA CASE Sophomores ELINOR CURTISS ELEANORA HAWN FLORENCE HARNAU KATHERINE STUHRBURG SAHITA DAVIS MARION DANIEL Freshmen HELEN MULL FLORENCE LAKE MARY YETTER CHARLOTTE PLATT i m HARNAU YETTER STUHRBURG KOON LOVE BARNETT CURTISS CORNELL BEGOLE L. BARNETT CRONIN CARPP L. LAKE SHEFFIELD STICKLE SPRINGSTEEN BAUSCHARD SHERMAN PRANCE HEISER BARTH MACAULAY WRIGHT A. DAVIS BOWBEER JONES CHALMERS MATTERN S. DAVIS F. LAKE CASE DANIEL HAWN HARDER MULL rrrr; .r-T-r.r.T.T-T.T- [522; ETA CHAPTER Established in 1922 PATRONESS MRS. M. COBE MABEL AUGUST SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors SARAH LEVIN EDITH LEVY HELEN SHETZER LEAH LEVIN Juniors SARAH LEAH FRIEDMAN HELEN LAIDMAN Sophomores BERNICE SMITH GERMAINE BAER ZELMA HOKIN MARCELLE KORACK Freshmen CLARINE LEVY ANN CAPLAN BEATRICE MINTZ RITA KLEIN MIRIAM OLDEN C. LEVY OLDEN CAPLAN KORACK MINTZ BAER SMITH LAIDMAN KLEIN FRIEDMAN S. LEVIN AUGUST E. LEVY SHETZER L. LEVIN [523 Established in 1924 appet MRS. WILLIAM BENNETT MRS. GEORGE 0. BOWEN LYDIA BAIRD ESTHER BARTH MARGERY BRANDO IRENE SCHULER CAROL READER PAULINE SUMMY PATRONESSES MRS. JAMES H. CISSEL SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Sen jors MRS. CARL W. RUFUS MRS. R. W. SELLARS MAXINE CROMWELL PHYLLIS DELF HELEN GILLESPIE JOSEPHINE LANG FLORENCE LARNED LOIS SCANDLING Juniors PAULINE CANBY MARCIA SNOW- DAISY HARDER MARION GOUGH Sophomores MARGARET MARTIN ALICE GOUDY FRANCES THOMAS HELEN WEIDLER CHARLOTTE CROMWELL MARJORIE GLEASON FREIDA BANK M. CROMWELL BARTH C. CROMWELL SNOW LARNED WEIDLER McCLURE READER CORSON P. CANBY GLEASON GILLESPIE THOMAS BRANDO SCANDLING LANG SCHULER BAIRD DELF GOUGH MARTIN LINDSLEY L. CANBY GOUDY WARNER SUMMY BANK SHIMP [524] A residence hall for women erected in memory of Martha Wolford Cook. First opened for stu- dents in October, 1915 (llartr or mi tory MRS. ANNE SHIPMAN STEVENS BOARD OF GOVERNORS MRS. HARRY C. BULKLEY HOUSE STAFF Miss EMILIE SARGENT Miss ZELMA E. CLARK Director Miss FRANCES C. MACK ' house Treasurer Miss MARY E. WALTON House Director Miss ISABELLE HAMILTON Night Chaperone Miss HELEN FISCHER . . .. ' . ' . ' ' Assistant Chaperone HOUSE OFFICERS LILA REYNOLDS _ President CLARIBEL BOWEN V ice-President MILDRED PACKARD Secretary ELIZABETH SLOTE Treasurer STUDENT RESIDENTS MIDA ABBOTT DOROTHY ANDERSON THELMA ANDREWS EDNA BAIRD ADA DORIS BANNISTER CLARA LUCILLE BARTHOLOMEW HELEN BENJAMIN ROWENA BENSON JESSIE BIXBY JESSIE BLENDALL BERNITA BLOCK CONSTANCE BOSCHEN CLARIBEL BOWEN RUTH BOWEN MARY BRASHEAR LUCRETIA BREWER MARYELLEN BROWN MARION BUELL SARAH JEAN BURR ELIZABETH GARLAND LUCILLE CHALMERS MARY CHASE RUTH COZINE DOROTHY CURTIS HESTER DAUGHERTY WINIFRED DENMAN GWENDOLYN DEW JOANNA DEWITT ADELE DREYER DOROTHY DUNLAP LILA REYNOLDS CLARIBEL BOWEN . MILDRED PACKARD ELIZABETH SLOTE . JESSIE BLENDALL . DOROTHY EGGERT . ISABELLE HAMILTON GRACE EDMONDS DOROTHY EGGERT Lois EL WOOD HELEN FISCHER HILDA FRANK MIRIAM GODDARD LUCILE GARBER ASHA LATIKA HALDAR MARJORIE HALL HELEN HANCOCK ALICE HARBRIDGE ELLURA HARVEY ESTHER HEIDEMAN MILDRED HILEMAN PATTI HILLER ELIZABETH HOLDEN CHARLOTTE HOWARD MARION HOWLAND BLANCHE HULL FRANCES IDE HELEN JENNINGS EVELYN JOHNSON EVELYN ANN JOHNSON HELEN JONES YERA KENAGA BERTHA MARY KIEL LUCILE LARSON ROSEMARY LAWRENCE MARION LEHR ELIZABETH LEWIS GIEN Tsiu Liu NELL LORAH HELEN LOWELL LENORE MAPES MARJORIE MACKENZIE ISABEL MACLAREN FLORENCE McCoMB MARY McCuLLY MARGARET McPHEE LEOLA MERCER EVELYN METZ MARY MILLER EDITH MILNES VERENA MORAN HELEN CLAIRE MORRILL GLADYS MORTON SELMA MUELLER MARION MUNZ ROSEMARY OBERMEYER VALIERA OLL ELIZABETH OLMSTKAD MILDRED PACKARD BUELAH PACKARD AGNES PARKER LOUISE PENNINGTON ALICE MAY PHILLIPS LOUISE PORTER HARRIET PUTNAM ELIZABETH READ LILA REYNOLDS VIRGINIA RICE BERNICE SEELEY DOROTHY SESSIONS ANNE SHELDON MARJORIE SHEPARD ELIZABETH SLOTE MARJORIE SMITH MARY MARTHA SMITH THEODORA SMITH EVELYN SOMMERFIELD ALTA SPEERS CATHERINE STANTON DOROTHY STEWARD MARJORIE SWEET ANITA THOMPSON BERNICK TOMPKINS ELSIE TRACY LAURA UDDENBERG GENEVIEVE VREELAND OLIVE WAGGONER MARION WALKER GRETCHEN WALZ MARY WARRINER DOROTHY WOOD Yi FANG W T u ANITA YOUELL GLADYS YOUNG STUDENT EXECUTIVE BOARD President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer Senior Representative Junior Representative Night Chaperone [526] A residence for women erected by Truman Handy Xewberry, John Slough ton Newberry.and Helen New- Newberry Joy, in memory of their mother, Helen Handy Newberry BOARD OF GOVERNORS MRS. ALEIX C. ANGELL MRS. HENRY W. DOUGLAS MRS. HENRY B. JOY Mrss CLAIRE SANDERS Miss JEAN HAMILTON HOUSE STAFF Miss HELEN C. BISHOP Social Director Miss NELL M. ROYER Business Manager CHARLOTTE HARRISON Night Chaperone CATHERINE STAFFORD Night Chaperone STUDENT BOARD OF GOVERNORS CHARLOTTE C. ERMANX REVA ALLEN PAMELA BROWN MARION GOOD . BE ATA WAGNER President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Social Chairman GENEVIEVE SPROAT Senior Representative ELLEN NYLAND Junior Representative LORETTA COOPER Sophomore Representative GERTRUDE GREENWALD Freshman Representative ADELINE PETERSONE Freshman Representative GRADUATE MARIA LANZAR GLADYS ALLEN Lois BAHR PAMELA BROWN REVA ALLEN HELEN BROWN MARGARET ELLIOTT FLORENCE FULLER INGRID ALVING RUTH BROWNE LORETTA COOPER EUNICE EICHORN EUNICE FETTERLY BARBARA ABBOTT HARRIETT!-; ABBOTT FANNIE BAKER MARGARET BALLARD LUCILE BEEBE MARGARET BLACKBURN KATHRYN BRADY Seniors GLADYS DUNN AILEEN HARLEY CHARLOTTE ERMANN DOROTHY JENNERS ROSALIND FREUND JANE SKILLEN DOROTHY GREENWALD GENEVIEVE SPROAT Juniors HELEN GUSTINE CHARLOTTE HARRISON ELIZABETH HAYS FUMI KINIA CLARA LAU DOROTHY MORRIS ELLEN NYLAND VIOLET PEACOCK KATHRYN SHIELDS MARGARET SIDNEY Sophomores ETHEL FRALICK MARY TYLER LOUTHAN ADA GILES GERALDINE MCHENRY MARION GOOD SALLY MALONEY RUTH JENNINGS MARGARET MOGK MILDRED KUENX.EL MARGARET PAGE Freshmen MEIRADINE CASE HELEN CLEARY FRANCES BURNS GERTRUDE GREENWALD RUTH HIRSCHMAN OLA HOPKINS EVLYNE JOHNSON JANE WHITE PHYLLIS JOHNSON MAE KELLER AGATHA MCCRACKEN MARION MEYER ADELINE PETERSON MIRIAM RISLEY RUTH SANDERS CATHERINE STAFFORD FRANCES THOMAS LUCILLA WALKER ROSALIE SPAULDING GERALDINE TRUSCOTT BEATA WAGNER BERNICE WILLIAMS FRANCES PENOYAR TOKI SATO DOROTHY SPENCER DOROTHY TYLER ELEANOR SCHER AGNES SHELDON GLADYS SCHRADER ELIZABETH THOMAS ELEANOR VERDIER MAHJORIE WEBER MARION WELLS :527] 7-e YFi ? A- .A- .-J.-J.-J. -J. -1-l -U.- - -J. -X-J.-J. ' A-U.-J.-J.-J.-J.- mj:; MM ) rj.-. t -AU ' .i-l-J.-AU-J.-A ' 4.U ?PE vlf r Jfe ' - i A " ' - ' " A A ' $ ' ' . j l ' ' J sl residence for women erected by ' . ij : Jj| Mr. Levi L. Barbour in memory of 531 his mother, Betsy Barbour. First ' . :Jlljfl opened for students in October, 1920 mMi.i in ii 1 ii BJrffl fflilL , 1 I i y E ff j 1 j BOARD OF GOVERNORS MRS. JOHN R. EFFINGER Ann Arbor MRS. J. O. SCHLOTTERBECK Ann Arbor Miss JEAN HAMILTON Ann Arbor Miss FANDIRA CROCKER Ann Arbor MRS. ELROY JONES Detroit HOUSE STAFF Miss JEANETTE PERRY Director Miss LII.AH HAINER . . L ' usiness Manager . ight Chaperone President Miss FLORENCE BROWN HOUSE OFFICERS CHARLOTTE CLAGETT MARGARET JONES Vice-President Secretary FRANCES HINKLEY MARY BICKNELL Treasurer HOUSE ROLL Seniors DOROTHY BOGAN HELEN GILLESPIE HARRIETT HOLLON KITTY BROADHEAD . LOUISE ECKERT RUTH HOWELL C HARLOTTE CLAGETT ELIZABETH HASKINS IDA JENKS WINIFRED CRAIGIE WINONA HIBBARD MARGARET JONES Special Students At MEI GIANG ANNA LAN MARJORIE MILLETT Juniors ESTHER ANDERSON JANE GIBSON HELEN LEONARD ESTHER AUSTIN MARTHA GILL EMILY MCLWAIN MARY BICKNELL ELIZABETH HASCALL MEREL PARKS MARGARET CHAMBERLAIN ELAINE HULSCHER MARY POSTLETHWAITE ROSALIE FRENGER ALPHRA LADD JEAN REICHMANN Sophomores FRANCES BARNUM HELEN HEBAUF ELIZABETH McMANUs KATHERINE BOOTH FRANCES HINCKLEY ELEANOR MUSSELMAN MARY CARTER LOUISE HUMPHREYS HIDE SHOHARA DOROTHY CHAMBERLAIN CATHERINE JONES EDA SMITH MARGARET GARRIOTT LILLIAN MCDONALD ELEANOR SMITH Freshmen DOROTHY ALLISON IRENE FIELD HELEN LARAWAY ELIZABETH ANDERSON ANNA GRANDY DOROTHY MALCOMSON ANNE ARNOLD CATHERINE HUBBARD MARJORIE MILLER HELEN AUSTIN EMILY HULBERT DOROTHY Nix KATHERINE BUHRER RUTH KAHN MILDRED PECKHAM MARGARET Dow CATHERINE KELDER MARGUERITE SHATTUCK HELEN EWARDS ELIZABETH KENNEDY LUCINDA SHERWOOD RUTH LAITNER Lois WATERMAN BERNICE WILSON NORMA WRIGHT KAMEVO SADAKATA JEANNE RYAN MARGARET SCHAUPNER MARJORIE SWEET LIDA THATCHER OLGA VERDELIN MARGARET TOWNSEND VERA WALLINGTON LUCY WILSON DOROTHY YOUNG CHARLENE SHILAND NOHMA SNELL ISABEL THORPE LOUISE TURNER ESTHER TUTTLE CHARLOTTE WARDELL MARGARET WRENTMORE .T.-r.T.T.T.T.T.T-T-T.T.T.r-T-T-T- J [528 Adelia C BOARD OF GOVERNORS MRS. EDWARD C. GODDARD . MRS. EDSON R. SUNDERLAND MRS. CALVIN O. DAVIS MRS. CHARLES L. WASHBURNE MRS. HARRY ROBINS . Miss BLANCHE HOVVELL MARJORIE RUDELL . OLIVE FAST SUSAN CHEN STAFF HOUSE OFFICERS Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Detroit Director HOUSE ROLL Seniors MARGARET APPELT GERTRUDE BRUMMELER SELMA DEJONGE OLIVE FAST ESTHER ARNOVITS ISABEL BALLENTINE MARY BAKER LUCILLE GROFF RUTH HARVEY NELLY IPLAND MARJORIE RUDELL JANET REDMOND Juniors MARY MARSHALL FLORENCE NELSON RUTH MASON MARJORIE SHIELDS Sophomores FLORENCE CHONG BLANCHE JOHNSON SUSAN CHEN Freshmen ELSIE HARDY NIMA NEVILLE VERA HAUXWELL CATHERINE SCOTT OLIVE MEARS FLORINEL STARR President V ' ice-President Secretary- Treasurer MARION E. WADSWORTH MADGE WALBORN ROSALIND ZAPF DORIS JOHNSON ELIZABETH STONE FERN TOWNSEND WADSWORTH STONE BALLENTINE APPELT GROFF TOWNSEND HAUXWELL B. JOHNSON FAST REDMOND BRUMMELER STARR RUDELL WALBORN IPLAND BAKER MARSHALL NELSON HOWELL DEJONGE D. JOHNSON MASON CHONG ZAPF ARNOVITS MEARS SCOTT HARVEY .T.T.T.T. [529 ouse Miss JEAN HAMILTON- MRS. JOSEPH MARKLEY MRS. CAROLYN KLEIN-STUCK MRS. JOSEPH WHINERY MRS. LESLIE FRENCH . Miss MARY FARNSWORTH MRS. PERCY MARTIN . MRS. WM. F. NEWTON . . Miss GERTRUDE BROCH . GERALDINE TRAVIS GERALDINE TRAVIS DOROTHY WINSLOW MARGARET JOHNSON MARY LOUISE COOLIDGE Yo KAWAMURA HELEN SEARIGHT BOARD OF GOVERNORS OFFICERS MEMBERS Senior BERNICE TOWNSEND Juniors Sophomore ELIZABETH LYONS Freshmen THYRA JENNINGS . Ann Arbor . Ann Arbor Katamazoo Grand Rapids Toledo, Ohio . . Detroit Bay City Battle Creek Social Director President BEATRICE MILNE VIRGINIA ANGELL THELMA HOBSON IDA JONES FRANCES PARRISH JENNIE STEELE I M ANGELL WINSLOW JENNINGS TOWNSEND BROCH TRAVIS KAWAMURA HOBSON MILNE STEELE COOLIDGE JONES PARRISH SEARIGHT JOHNSON LYONS [530 SCHROEDER WfilLER HARDER HUTCHINS MCDOWELL FELSKE LOCKE Honor Council LYDIA FELSKE President HELEN LOCKE Secretary-Treasurer ADAMS HOUSE ETHEL SCHROEDER . President ISABEL HARDER Representative JORDAN HOUSE LYDIA FELSKE President HELEN LOFTUS Representative McCLINTON HOUSE DORA STONE , President JANICE HUTCHINS Representative REACH HOUSE MARIE MERTZ President FRANCES POST . . ..... . Representative WAITE HALL JOSEPHINE WEILER President FERMOR MCDOWELL Representative WESTMINISTER HALL FRANCES MAASS President HELEN LOCKE Representative [531 FRANCES F. MAASS HELEN M. LOCKE . HELEN L. MARTIN MERLE ROE. . President V ice-President . Secretary . Treasurer FLORENCE BEGEMAN, Grad. JOSEPHINE GIROUX MARION GRIFFIN FRANCES MAASS ROYENA HORNBECK MARGARET MILNES MARIE ANDERSON Seniors ERNESTINE ROE Juniors E. MERLE ROE Sophomores JULIA MOOREHEAD MARION THOMPSON Freshmen Lois BRASHEAR HELEN LOCKE CHARLOTTE PHELPS, Grad. HELEN MARTIN JESSICA MEG AW ALICE TRUE KATHERINE WEBB SARAH HUME TRUE MEGAW MAASS BRASHEAR GRIFFIN THOMPSON BEGEMAN MARTIN E. ROE LOCKE ANDERSON HUME MILNES MOREHEAD M. ROE [532] TfQinton. H ouse OFFICERS DORA I. STONE DOROTHEA M. EBERLE MARGARET M. BRANDT JANICE H. HUTCHINS . MRS. HELEN MCCLINTON DORA I. STONE BERNICE D. MOORE JANICE HUTCHINS BERNICE D. MOORE GERMAINE E. BAER MARGARET M. BRANDT DOROTHY DIBBLE JOSEPHINE A. K. HERRMANN . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Chaperone ADVISORY COMMITTEE Sen iors Juniors KATHERINE F. SANDERS Sophomores MARIAN J. BURROWS DOROTHEA M. EBERLE Freshmen MARION M. KIELY DOROTHY S. ROGERS ELAINE M. WASSINK MRS. H. McCLINTON DORA I. STONE MARION E. SIKES ETHEL W. MOORE DOROTHY A. SEMPLE ELAINE M. WASSINK JOSEPHINE WEGER E. MOORE SIKES BASR EBERLE HUTCHINS DIBBLE SEMPLE ROGERS BURROWS SANDERS STONE B. MOORE BRANDT KIELY HERRMANN WASSINK [ 533 LYDIA FELSKE JOSEPHINE BAY DOROTHY GRIX Jordan House President Secretary Treasurer LYDIA FELSKF. Seniors ALICE JOHNSTONE JOSEPHINE BAY DOROTHY GRIX IRMA VAX BAALEN Juniors HELEN MARBLE JEAN RAMSEY MARTHA CHASE CLAIRE DOUGLAS HELEN LOFTUS Sophomores ELIZABETH HERTEL MARIE REED MARION DANIEL ALLEEN MILLER Freshmen MARTHA McCoLLUM MARGARET WALZ GERTRUDE WELCH [534] SCHMIDT BERNE- ALLEN MATTHEWS GUNDLACH MERTZ CLARKE INGMANSON Fox POST BUTLER CASE ALBERT KOCHER HAMLIN HARGER READ H ouse MARIE MERTZ . HENRIETTE GUNDLACH AUDREY ALBERT GLADYS BERNE-ALLEN MARJORIE G. BUTLER NOHMA L. CASE NORMA E. CLARKE President Treasurer MURIEL R. Fox HENRIETTE M. GUNDLACH FLORENCE E. HAMLIN BEULAH B. HARGER ALICE T. INGMANSON FREDA M. SCHMIDT KATHKRINE KOCHER MARJORIE MATTHEWS MARIE M. MERTZ FRANCES D. POST MARJORIE A. READ [535] JOHNSON CAKE BERZ CURRIE YOUNG E. SHIER GOETZ BESSENGER PAYNE DOUGHTY CODY ALLSHOUSE BEST L. SHIER Hall House MRS. H. W. CAKE Chaperone ISABEL PAYNE President ELIZABETH CODY Secretary ELIZABETH SHIER . Treasurer MARY ALLSHOUSE MARGARET BERZ DORIS BESSENGER HELEN BEST CATHERINE CAKE DOROTHY CURRIE RUTH DOUGHTY MILDRED GOETZ KATHRYN JOHNSON LOUISE SHIER HELEN YOUNG [536] Our Advertisers In will be found the dimatmcomenis of numy reliable merdiaiiis who have contributed material! to the success of this volume. S We bespeak your patronage in return DETROIT ' S LARGEST CLOTHIERS TQDAV Jbtcause of Clothes- Service and Satisfaftion thru 33 years of ytfterdays Featuring New Spring Suits,Top Coats in which the English trend is pronounced 35 i 50 Downtown, Woodward at State OttB Woodward at Blvd. Open Evenings Detroit ' s Largest Clothiers n Henry CLytton 8 Sons STATE of JACKSON on fAe Northeast Corner CHICAGO The Lytton College Shop Has Your Kind of Clothes OUR interpretation of college tastes is based upon close personal contacts in the colleges. We then incorporate our findings with the pre- vailing style trends, that the last word of Fashion may meet collegiate approval. These clothes come to your campus through a store that holds a world- wide reputation for the greatest buying advantages and economy of operation in America. No other Store better approximates your tastes, nor sells such clothes so low. Ill 1 ! Kipke off for a touchdown in the Marines Game How Michigan stopped the Iowa steam roller IV - V--i--J- -J- ' " L -l -l -L " -l .L J. f " The Happy Daisy Boy " A Michigan Product Known Around the World ESS than twenty miles from the Uni- versity of Michigan is located the home of a Michigan product that has carried the fame of our fair state into every country on the globe. Plymouth, Michigan, is the home of Daisy Air Rifles. More than a million boys now grown up into manhood got their first train- ing in marksmanship with a Daisy and many of them have achieved fame as sharpshooters of worldwide reputation. Many of the members of America ' s crack rifle team that won first honors at the last Olympic games are glad to say that they got their first start with a Daisy Air Rifle. While the Daisy is primarily a boy ' s gun, its use is by no means confined to the youngsters. Many grown ups, fond of target shooting, prefer the Daisy for this fascinating sport, because of its accuracy, ease of handling, and sports- manlike lines. The favorite rifle for the older boys and men is the Daisy Pump Gun, which resembles in lines and accuracy the highest type of sporting rifle, and is sold by sporting goods and hardware dealers everywhere for $5.00. Other Daisy models from $1.00 to $4.00. We will be glad to welcome visitors to the Daisy factory, and show them how these famous guns are made. DAISY MANUFACTURING COMPANY PLYMOUTH, MICHIGAN, U. S. A. DAISY AIR RIFLES The initials of a friend You will find these letters on many tools by which electricity works. They are on great generators used by electric light and power companies ; and on lamps that light millions of homes. They are on big motors that pull railway trains ; and on tiny motors that make hard housework easy. By such tools electricity dispels the dark and lifts heavy burdens from human shoulders. Hence the letters G-E are more than a trademark. They are an emblem of service the initials of a friend. GENERAL ELE VI IT " " " " Merchandising First J-JlRECT Mail Advertising produced by the Cargill Organization is based on correct merchandising principles. Paper, : ink, type and illustration s are the basis for every piece of printed matter. Mer- r chandising ability and experience must ' mold them into the proper form, size and ' appearance that will bring profitable results. Therefore, Cargill Service means merchandis- ing first, coupled with every printing and engraving facility for the reproduction of sales literature of a uniformly high quality promptly and eco- nomically. Manufacturers and merchants who desire to increase the effectiveness of their Direct Mail Advertising through better merchandising are in- vited to investigate the Cargill plan and method of merchandising jirst and printing afterwards. -a- A- The (Cargill (Company GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN j THE 1924 MICHIGANENSI AN IS A PRODUCT OF THE CARGILL COMPANY s : iT-T-T-T-r-f-T -T.T--r-T.T- VII JA C KARD RE -D IS COVERS AMERICA THOSE who dedicate their lives to the fabrication of fine things are nearly always a little fearful that only the few will care to buy them. The result is restricted production. The result of this is inefficiency. And the result of that is an excessively high price. The few are penalized because the man who makes the fine things, fears that they will not appeal to the many. Packard has proven that in America any such fear is baseless. Building the very best has always seemed to Packard the only thing worth while. Time was, however, when it is possible that we proceeded too cautiously as to produc- tion. Then we re-discovered America. We found out not merely how large it was, but how large and how fine were the aspirations of its people. There, we finally realized, was the much larger Packard market waiting with its arms outstretched. There was a positive eagerness for the exclusive excellence the Packard embodied. In finding that greater market we also found ourselves. We found that the millions Packard expended in attaining that exclusive excellence meant little or nothing when distributed over the larger sales area. When the burden was lifted from the few, the one-time luxury became unprecedented value for the many, s In re-discovering America we hope and think we are making industrial history. The same discriminat- ing people in every city and town throughout the length and breadth of the land who have overwhelmed us with an eager clamor for the Packard Single-Six are waiting, we believe, for other manufacturers of other fine things to re-dis- cover America and find themselves. We offer to them the encouragement of our experience and our good wishes; and to the public our appreciation. PackatJ Motor dr Company AMERICA R E - D I S C OVERS C KARD .T-T.T.T-T.T.T_T-T-T: VIII W. E. WOOD CO. Building Construction DETROIT, MICHIGAN The MICHIGAN j COPPER BRASS COMPANY DETROIT, MICHIGAN The development of this mill has kept pace with the development of the Great Middle West. h This means Quantity Production Service Prompt by Reason of Location. Quality Guaranteed SHEET BRASS BRASS ROD BRASS WIRE SHEET COPPER BRAZED BRASS TUBE EXTRUDED METAL SHAPES ' IX = = Better Service and Less Need for It Timken policy in respect to Axle Main- tenance Service can be expressed very briefly: " Eliminate the need of mechanical service as far as possible; and when it does become necessary make it as good as possible. " In regard to the first point the record goes back to the early days of the industry. Simplicity of design few working parts accessibility ease of lubrication adequate safety margin in each part close cooperation with the customer ' s engineers. Every car- builder knows these are basic Timken policies. And the second point is covered by the success of the nation-wide service on Timken axle-parts. Consider these things in designing your next model. THE TIMKEN-DETROIT AXLE COMPANY, DETROIT, MICH. Sole Representatives in the British Isles: AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS COMPANY, 3, Berners Street, London, W. 1. The maintenance prob- lem can be solved only by building the service into the parts of the car. 1 IN the Gentlemen ' s Runabout class, Belle Isle Boats and Hacker-Craft have won for themselves unique standing among seasoned yachtsmen. They recognize in Belle Isle Bearcats and Hacker Dolphins the standardization of the many excellencies which have made Belle Isle-built and Hacker-built custom boats leaders in their fields. We also handle boats of all kinds from canoes to cruisers, and all types of marine motors, including out-boards. Put your boating requirements up to us. I BELLE ISLE-HACKER BOAT SALES Co. Complete Boating Service " Detroit, Michigan 6304 E. Jefferson Ave. XI 90 of all cars with chain front end drives are MORSE equipped Anderson Six Auburn Six Barley Six Cadillac V Eight Case Six Chalmers Six Chandler Six Chrysler Six Cleveland Six Columbia Six Crawford Six Davis Six Eagle Four Essex Four Essex Six Flint Six Fox Six Hupmoblle Four Hudson Six Jordan Six Lafayette Eight Lincoln Eight Moon Light Six National Six Northway Four Oakland Six Packard Single Six Packard Single Eight Packard Twin Six Peerless Six Rickenbacker Six Rollln Four Stearns Four Stearns Six Sterling-Knight Six Studebaker Light Six Star Four Templar Four Winton Six Continental Motors MORSE CHAIN COMPANY Main Office and Works ITHACA, NEW YORK Sales and Engineering Office DETROIT, MICHIGAN THE CONSTANT PRESSURE ANGLE CHAIN RSE GENUINE SILENT CHAIN .COME is written in our hearts as well as on our door mat for all Mich- igan men while in Detroit. The World ' s Largest Recreational Center 88 Bowling Alleys 141 Billiard Tables The RECREATION Lafayette at Shelby DETROIT TUTTLE ' S 338 Maynard Street The Best Food Deliciously Served Telephone 150 WM. HOCHREIN Plumbing, Heating Steam and Hot Water REPAIRING 211 S. Fourth Ave. ANN ARBOR, MICH. Phone 525 .T-T-T-T-T.T-T. TV T.T.T.T-T. XII A Six Built by Hudson This Fine Closed Car The Coach $975 Touring Model $850 Tax and Freight Extra A 30 minute ride will win you to the New Essex. And you will join the legions who know this new Six, that is built by Hudson, in saying it provides ideal transportation. It continues the well known Essex quali- ties of economy and reliability. It adds a smoothness of performance which heretofore was exclusively Hudson ' s. Both cars are alike in all details that count for long satisfactory service at small operating cost. Steering is like guiding a bicycle. Gears shift easily. Care of the car calls for little more than keeping it lubricated. For the most part that is done with an oil can. Fuel economy is impressive. Oil con- sumption is unusually low and tire mileage surprisingly high. The New Essex is backed by a service policy that keeps maintenance down to the minimum. " NewESSEX XIII PHOTOGRAPHER TO MICHIGAN STUDENTS SINCE 1890 319 E. HURON PHONE 961-M rr-.T.T-T-T.T-T-T.T-T.T.T.T.1--T-T.T.T-T_ XIV H i 1 SCHROEDER PAINT GLASS COMPANY PAINTS : OILS : BRUSHES : COLORS : VARNISHES : ARTISTS MATERIALS, ETC. : PLATE GLASS DESK TOPS : PLATE GLASS DRESSER TOPS : PLATE GLASS MIRRORS : WINDOW AND AUTOMOBILE GLASS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Greenslade Oil Co, Established 1856 GASOLINE OILS GREASES DETROIT MICHIGAN Phone 598 G. C. MAEDEL Artistic Portraits Plus Technical Quality 121 E. Washington St. XV IlimmmillllllilllllllllJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIfl [ 3 H It ' s GRAHAM ' S ! i i ; BOOKS i ' ! - T.T-T-T i 1 I . T-T-T-T-r-T.r-T-r-T T-T_T-T.T-r-T-T-T T T-T T-T-T-T-T T-T-1 T.TJ-Jvr-T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.r.T.- ' -.- .-:T-T.T. . XVI C 72 cloth ing reflects always the latest vogue among well dressed American and English university men. It is styled and executed for us by Cax Abrams of Chicago, foremost of Amer- ica ' s tailors. Wnolfolk Men ' s Ready-to- Wear Clothing, Shoes, Imported and Domestic Haberdashery and Hats Mail Orders Promptly Filled XV11 PRECISION TOOLS Have all the essential qualities of fine tools, also superior finish and many refinements of design. Send for catalogue SAGINAW, MICHIGAN NEW YORK ..Q.;..L. Arthur 3F. TAILORING FURNISHINGS EVERYTHING FOR MICHIGAN MEN 608 E. Liberty Street Ann Arbor, Michigan E. j. CORBE:TT 1O14-17 Majestic Bldg. DETROIT Coal and CoKe Sole Distributor BLACK KNIGHT 1 PRODUCTS Smokeless Coal Bootless Odorless Clinkerless Almost Ashless Write for Name of Dealer Nearest You ' TOO TIRED TO GO " How many wives complain in the evening of being too tired to go calling or riding or to the theatre! And how many of them look just as tired as they feel. All because they insist on do- ing household drudgery someone else should be doing! Honestly, after a few months trial of one of our family ser- vices, you ' ll agree that even if it costs much more, it would be worth it. But its actual cost is reasonable indeed. Shirt and Collar Department Give Real Service WELLER LAUNDRY CO. H. P. WELLER F. T. SMITH DETROIT Phone Cadillac 5169 XVIII WILD MAN Tailors and Haberdashers to Michigan Men oo WILD COMPANY - For College and School for Public and Private Buildings and for Homes is furnished Economically and Efficiently by AMERICAN BLOWER EQUIPMENT Illustration shows one of hundreds of educational buildings in which American Blower Apparatus is installed. Thou sands of representati v e structures of all kinds throughout the world are simi- larly equipped. Dentistry Bltig., U. of M., Ann Arbor AMERICAN BLOWER CO., DETROIT Branches in Principal Cities American Rlower " " " VENTILATING, HEATING. AIR CONDITIONING. DRYING. MECHANICAL DRAFT XIX ia v Fashion Introduces Her fewest Favorites Sack Season at A Great Laundry ' ' Built Upon Cjood and Qood The rapid growth of the Fed- eral Laundry, we believe, may be attributed to our endeavor to do our work with more than ordinary care and thorough- ness. Good work, of course, brings Good Will. And that ' s the stuff good business is made of. We are resolved to continue building upon this firm foundation FEDERAL LAUNDRY TELEPHONE CADILLAC 0240 Third and Elizabeth Sts. DETROIT, MICH. TYPEWRITING MIMEOGRAPHING ENGRAVING EMBOSSING 0. T . 17 NICKELS ARCADE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN The Typwriter and Stationery Store J angrock Qlothes Tailored exclusively for College Men in the newest Patterns for Spring and Summer Wear VAN BOVEN, CRESS THOMPSON Incorporated 1107 SOUTH UNIVERSITY XX Our earnest endeavor is to give the Michigan students o the best in photography. PHOTOGRAPHER Pictures are one of the finest friendship investments MURATONE PORTRAITS FRAMES ENSIAN GROUPS 334 So. STATE STREET ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN -T-T-T-T-T-.T-T-T-T-TTrrT XXI look back upon your pleasant stay at Ann Arbor think of the flowers and the service rendered you by u ffaize ' Blossom Shop, Inc. NICKELS ARCADE 213 . J iberty Exclusive designs in Cfowns We also Carry a Beautiful Line of Hats GRACE VAN SCHOICK 230 NICKELS ARCADE Phon, 795-W MICHIGAN Steel Castings are Dependable Inquiries Solicited Deliveries Prompt MICHIGAN STEEL CASTING CO. DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN XXII Detroit XXIII I (Compliments of n, J arkins Brick (Company $ ? $ LONYO ROAD and M. C. R. R. DETROIT, MICHIGAN XXIV Compliments of SUMMERFIELD HECHT DETROIT, MICHIGAN Come to RayFs for Sporting Goods See What You are Getting Ordering from a catalog description is often disappointing. At Rayl ' s you have one of the largest retail sporting goods stocks in the country from which to choose nd a chance to compare actual values. Reach, Wright Ditson Sporting Goods for every Game and Sport ATHLETIC UNIFORMS ATHLETIC AND SPORTS CLOTHES SWEATERS GOLF HOSE KNICKERS MACGREGOR GOLF CLUBS TRACK SHOES SHOES FOR EVERY SPORT GOOD HARDWARE ' " SPORTING GOODS 9 GRAND RIVER EAST. AT WOODWARD DETROIT, MICHIGAN TINKER COMPANY Clothiers, Furnishers and Hatters 342 So. State Street Ann Arbor, Michigan Women ' s Haberdashery Jane Singleton Shop ? Nickels Arcade XXV THAT PROGRESS MAY BE UNINTERRUPTED L HA T, we believe, is the funda- mental usefulness of a bank. To conserve the surplus capital of Smith, Jones and Brown and loan it to others, at the time when they need it most, with which they may carry on; to build factories and stores; to finance manufacturing; to market a new product. The wheels of industry are kept turning. Commerce thrives. The tilling of the soil is made easier. Science prospers. Society in the aggregate is benefitted. Progress makes way steadily. Smith and Jones and Brown as in- dividuals prosper. They buy homes, they educate their children. They find happiness. Contentment in their declining years is the reward of their industry, a strange contrast with the situation in other countries. A community of home owners, adequate public schools, fine public buildings and churches are the com- munity ' s share in this march of progress. And the contribution of the banks to all this is far from negligible. Service becomes the watchword to render to society, to the com- munity and to the individual our finest effort, an effort born of the will to serve. And in the measure that we have been able to serve, we take pride in the progress that has been made, in the fine civic community that is Ann Arbor, in its prosperous and happy citizens, its fine homes, its supreme educational facilities, its comfortable happiness. Our efforts are rewarded and we find a new joy in the continuance of our task; a new incentive to con- tribute our share, " that progress may be uninterrupted " . The ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK Two Branches joj J University Avenue (Corner hCain and Huron THE STRONGEST SAVINGS BANK IN WASHTENAW COUNTY .T.T-T.T.T.T.T-T.T-T ' r.T. XXVI These are the things which, in its ninety three years of achievement, have raised The Detroit Free Press to the position of " Michigan ' s Greatest Newspaper " . Such a growth is not of the mushroom variety a growth which takes place overnight and fades almost as quickly but one founded upon the ideal of being of utmost service, both to its readers and to its advertisers. Only with such a foundation upon which to build can the individual or the organization hope to attain any measure of success in life. WJ$ " Michigan ' s Greatest JVewspaper A Tribute to an Ideal BRIEFLY, review some of the features which make a newspaper truly great, as set forth by President Burton last fall in his address to the University Press Club " . . .a proper emphasis for truth, even above accuracy;. . .an unobtrusive broadening of a reader ' s interests, a widening of his horizon, an elevation of his tastes and his appreciation for the finer things of life;. ..recognition of a responsibility for the public welfare;. ..knowledge of when to keep silent without ignoring any aspects of truth;. ..a stimulation of the reader to cogent thought;... a holding of men and their con- sciences to the ineradicable distinction between good and evil. " XXVII AMERICAN ENCAUSTIC TILING Co. ltd. MANUFACTURERS OF WALL AND FLOOR TILES 16 EAST 41st STREET NEW YORK J. C. WIDMAN CO. Manufacturers of AUTOMOBILE BODIES PLATE GLASS, GRINDING AND POLISHING Office and Factory Fourteenth and Kirby Avenues DETROIT SCHUMACHER ' S ::: THE GIFT SHOP OF MAIN STREET ::: PUNG CHOW SETS HEALTH-O-METER SCALES IMPORTED CHINA AND GLASSWARE ELECTRICAL GOODS MAHOGANY GOODS STUDENT SUPPLIES SPORTING GOODS YALE LOCKS AND HARDWARE BRASS BIRD CAGES CHILDREN ' S VEHICLES AUTOMOBILE LUNCHEON SETS 308-10-12 South Main Street Phones 174-175-M VAN ' S BILLIARD PARLOR Yours for Recreation 607 CHURCH STREET Upstairs XXVIII H -as the Cotton in Dixie YOU will revel in the charm of rooms finished in Luxeberry Enamel .... as white and soft toned as newly plucked cotton. Picture your home refinished in pure white .... colonial - like in its simple dignity. . . . immaculate, sun-flooded and inviting. Luxeberry possesses rare purity of tone. It has not the slightest trace of blue, gray or yellow. It never cracks, peels or chips. It may be used inside or out, so porcelain-like is it in durability. Pure white and mellow-toned not harsh or cold .... you ' ll love every inch of your Luxeberry woodwork. ERRY BROTHERS ENAMEL SPREADS CONTENTMENT XXIX ii F How to Save Money on Utensils F EVERY woman is interested in economy. Here is a way to save money on your kitchen utensils and still use only the finest, most beautiful ware. Mirro aluminum cooking utensils appeal to every woman because they are beautiful. But more than this, Mirro utensils are durable; they last far longer because they are made of thicker, harder, pure aluminum. Not only once, but many times during its long life does a Mirro utensil save the replacement cost of a short- lived article. And yet Mirro utensils are moderate in price. Every woman can afford Mirro. And Mirro means money saved because it lasts a lifetime. It keeps its shape. It does not dent easily. Standardize on Mirro for your kitchen utensils. You will have beauty, harmony of design, convenience, and durability and you will save con- siderably on their final cost. JNO. C. FISCHER CO. P MAIN NEAR WASH WASH NEAR MAIN We Specialize in Students ' Equipment THE G. A. INGRAM CO. Physicans ' , Hospital and Sick-room Supplies 202 Bagley Ave., Three Drug Stores That are Better than the Average fen DETROIT, MICH. . XXX Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co. 324 So. State Street East South University Ave ' s. State and Packard Streets of Our Pictures ' Recorder of Traditions Since 1905 LYNDON COMPANY 719 NORTH UNIVERSITY XXXI Publications 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 in the union and to all foreign countries Libraries Bought and Sold Estimates furnished for Secondary School, College and University 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. The Quarry ' Drug ' ' Prescription Stove J J C- Claude Drake State and Worth University TROPRIETOR ANN ARBOR MACHINERY TOOLS SHOP SUPPLIES " Everything For The Shop " TllV. Chas. A. Strelinger Co. 149 E. Lamed St. DETROIT Always best at Weinmann -Geisendorfer Company Wholesale and Retail HIGH GRADE TABLE SUPPLIES 219-221-223 E. WASHINGTON ST. PHONE 1500 XXXII ,. HIGH GRADE BONDS Issues Underwritten BENJAMIN DANSARD CO INVESTMENT BANKERS 330 PENOBSCOT BLDG. DETROIT, MICHIGAN PHONE MAIN 6844 MEMBER OF THE DETROIT STOCK EXCHANGE MUNICIPAL INDUSTRIAL- GOVERNMENT PUBLIC UTILITY XXXIII R.EAL SERVICE at 302 STATE, STREET Bt; SKILLED WORKMEN ARNOLD ' S State St. Jewelry Store GIFTS THAT LAST Expert Watch Repairing all makes RIDE,R ' S PEN SHOP Sells and Services Fountain Pens MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS Rider " Masterpen " XXXIV Fraternities, Sororities, and House Clubs USING BETTER QUALITY GROCERIES COFFEES and TEAS X EX GET THEM at LAFER BROTHERS Detroit ' s Largest Grocery Deliveries Made to Your Door 1323-25 BROADWAY Phone Cherry 4604 The Perfect Service Shop Investigate Green Test Cabinets Attractive, Neat and Compact POSITIVE CONTROL Equipped with New Improved Green Control. 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 CHAS. F. MEYERS PRINTING and Engraving " FOR SERVICE AND QUALITY NONE BETTER " 215 South Main Street ANN ARBOR Official Job Printer for The ' Ensian I Students Supply Store C. L. PETTIBONE Proprietor 1111 South University Avenue XXXV IIS JfS. . Kf In any line of endeavor is only attained by doing things a little better and a little faster than the " other fellow. " In the engraving of quality College and High School Annuals the Jahn fe? Oilier Engraving Co. has achieved the distinc- tion of being the largest producer of such work in America thru manufacturing a quality of art and plates that is not equalled elsewhere and delivering ahead of contract time. Despite the fact that we engrave 400 an- nuals a year each Editor receives the personal attention and co-operation of a skilled service man who handles his book throughout its production constantly offer- ing aid and suggestions that help to im- prove the volume. 30.000 square feet of floor space (4 floors) and 300 skilled employees. " The largest personal service College Annual Engraving Organization in America. " Jahn . Oilier Engraving Co. 554 W. Adams St., CHICAGO, ILL. Phone Main 3820 XXXVI ?--- ' ' ' 3 (ew I$-Story Building for Hudson ' s Under (Construction A GREAT business edifice that will provide facilities for more than double our present volume of business and will stand as a monu- ment to nearly half a century of service to the people of Detroit and Michigan. - THE J. L. HUDSON Co. , ' ii 1 j DETROIT ] . - t T.T.T.Trrrrrrrrr! jjrr TZC.T.T.T.T.T rrrrTiT.-Tj-T i T .T- " . ;Tzrz : XXXVII CORNWELL Scranton, Pocahontas, Kentucky, and West Virginia Coal Solvay and Gas Coke This business has been growing ever since it was estab- lished. The secret is, " giving absolute satisfaction to Our customers. " We believe it pays to do business in a friendly way. If you think so too, let ' s get together. CORNWELL COAL PHONE 2207 and 81 Fl OFFICE, Cornwell Block ' Dutch " Marion going off tackle in Iowa Game 11 XXXVIII STUDENTS Our Photographs Mast Please You Portraits of? Quality Old Plates Kept on File Pictures May be Ordered at Any Time COURTEOUS TREATMENT PROMPT SERVICE Studio 619 EAST LIBERTY PHONE 604 W XXXIX NVESTMENT Banking is one of the most fundamental and is probably most nearly the focus of all businesses. Notwithstanding popular opinion to the contrary, it is, we believe, the hardest of all businesses to break into and in which to succeed. To those who within a year or two of their entry have determined they cannot succeed in the Investment Banking Business, there is at least the profit inherent in having secured a sound training and a bird ' s eye view of all the major businesses and having thereby been put in a better position to select their life work. We unhesitatingly recommend to the ambitious, unusually hard- working college graduate an attempt to succeed in the Investment Banking Business, regardless of where he tries it. As to ourselves we want good material from which to construct real bond salesmen to become part of our retail distribution in Mich- igan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Chicago, or territory in and adjacent to New York City. We wa nt college graduates who are ambitious, believe they have talent and energy and would like to spend it in a field with the hardest competition but unquestionably yielding the best ultimate returns to better than average ability. We are an originating and distributing bond house. We develop our organization from within and every salesman has the opportunity to advance in his own hands. We give a sales- man every educational advantage and add our drive to his own am- bition and desire to earn and learn. you are a consistent hard worker; if you think you are better than the average and want an opportunity to demonstrate it with an organization that has expanded steadily and rapidly and is conse- quently hungry for men of ability and capacity for sustained hard work, write us. Our Detroit manager is a Michigan graduate. One of our two Chicago managers is a Michigan graduate. A large percentage of our organization is made up of college men arid of these the majority are Michigan men. We would like more. HOWE, SNOW BERTLES INCORPORATED) INVESTMENT SECURITIES 120 BROADWAY 60 MONROE AVE. FORD BLDG. New York City Grand Rapids, Michigan Detroit, Michigan 111 W. MONROE ST. Chicago, 111. rrrrrr: . r.r.T-r-T.T-T.T. XL Our ' ' Patrons ANN ARBOR PRESS Ann Arbor, Michigan Official Printers to the University of Michigan ANN ARBOR FUEL Co. ..... Ann Arbor, Michigan DETROIT NEWS Detroit, Michigan DETROIT TIMES Detroit, Michigan Feature Section Photographs EDSON MOORE Co EVENING NEWS ASSOCIATION GOODIIEW FLORAL Co. GREENWOOD KILGORE RAYMOND KANOUSE, IMPORTER PARKE- DAVIS Co RUSSELL WHEEL FOUNDRY Co. SCHLANDERER SEYFRIED . SCHULTZ GROCERY Co. . FREDERICK P. STEVENS Co. Detroit, Michigan Detroit, Michigan Detroit, Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan Detroit, Michigan Detroit, Michigan Detroit, Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan Detroit, Michigan XLI Abbey. Iris 155, 487 Abbott, A. George... 407 Abbott. Barbara ....527 Abbott, Ernest J 92- 306-364 Abbott, Harriette 511-527 Abbott, Mrs. Horatio 515 Abbott, LeRoy 300 Abbott. Leslie Bernard 2! Abbott, Maude 609 Abbott, Mida 23- 289-486-526 Abbott, Vernon C. ..118- 119-462 Abbott, Waldo M. .. .391 Abbott, Mrs. Waldo.. 504 Abraham, Arnold O.. .455 Abrahams. Morey. . . .430 Abrams, Herbert T...401 Abrash. Wm. J 421 Acacia 411 Acacia. Teomas 386 626-508 Acaff. I. Zelig 293 Acker. Adeline C.. 23-369 Ackerman, Chas. M.. .92- 339 Ackerman. J. I. ..154-155 Ackley, Harriet. .. 23-508 Adair. Alberta J.. 155-482 Adams. Albert 289 Adams, Albert H. . . . 23 Adams, Donald 448 Adams, Mrs. Edward. 504 Adams, Frances . . . .341- 493-510 Adams. George B. ...410 Adams, Mrs. H. C...511 Adams, H. F 396 Adams. Mary 608 Adams, O. W 384 Adams, R. G 398 Adams, Robert ..130-131 Adams, Roy 436 Adams. Mrs. T. R...508 Adams. T. W. . ..392-457 Adams, Theodore .... 300 Adams, W 337 Addison, Christine.. . .23- 326-508 Adelia Cheever House 529 Adelphi 349 Adie, Geo. C 412-452 Adie, Kennetha B 610 Administrative 653 Africa, Bernalie. . 131-386 Agnida, Mariano 386 Aigler. R. W 293- 413-419-451 Aigler, Mrs. Ralph.. 503- 505 Ailes. Edgar H... 283-407 Ainsworth. Katherine. 23- 507 Ainsworth. Marguerite 507 Akers, Harlow 131- 299-405 Akin. Richard K 92 Alban. Dorothy 493 Albert. Audrey . . .369-535 Albracht. Carl E 442 Albridge. Royal 369 Alcock, Merle 494 Alda. Frances 494 Alden, Hazel 510 Alder, Geo. G. . . . 337-436 Alderton, Geo 287- 316-323-423 Aldrich, Jas. G. . .23-469 Aldrich, M. C 420 Aldrich, Napier S 452 Alexander, Joseph B..434 Alexander, Minnie. . . 153- 154-155-487 Alexander, Ray Leslie 23-311-349-467 Alexander. Wm. J., Jr. 23-413 Alford. Howard D....466 Alford. Robt 384 Alison. John, Jr.. . ' . .119 All Campus 375 Allaben, F. R 350 Allen. Albert E 289 Allen. Alice 508 Allen, Alonzo C 406 Allen, Barbara. . .333-5 ' 7 Allen, Chas. B 397 Allen, Chas. S 409 Allen, Edward 408 Allen, F. M 317 Allen, F. P 460 Allen. Gladys M 23- 486-527 Allen. John C 436 Allen. Ralph E 456 Allen. Reva 527 Allison, Dorothy 528 Allmond, Earl. .. 167-377 Allshouse, Mary. .482-536 Alout, Edmund J. . . . 92 Alpha Chi Omega... 512 Alpha Chi RhD 424 Alpha Chi Sigma ...468 Alpha Delta Phi 392 Alpha Delta Sigma... 316 Alpha Epsilon Iota. ..509 Alfha Epsilon Mu....310 Alpha Epsilon Phi. . .520 Alpha Gamma Delta. .521 Alpha Kappa Lambda 436 Alpha Omega Alpha.. 308 Alpha Omicron Pi... 519 Alpha Phi 510 Alpha Phi Alpha 440 Alpha Rho Chi 465 Alpha Sigma 455 Alpha Sigma Phi 413 Alpha Tau Omega... 410 Alpha Xi Delta 516 Alpiner, Harry 369 Alston, E. E 119-439 Alter, Mrs. Reta H. . .488 Altland, John K 23- 310-339 Alton, Donald R.. 301-466 Altshuler, S. S 470 Alumnae House 530 Aiving, Alt 462 Alving, Ingrid. . .342-527 Alway, G. G 455 Amadon, P 457 Amari, Y 92-387 Ament, Richard D... .461 American Institute of Electrical Engineers 364 American Society of Civil Engineers. ... 365 American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers 366 Ames, Lionel E 23- 321-325-326-425 Amonette, Katy R. . . 23 Amos, N. H 460 Amster. Bert W.. 287-437 Anderson, Amos.. 307-426 Anderson. Angus E. ..24- 382 Anderson, Donell F. ..428 Anderson, Dorothy .. 342- 526 Anderson, Elizabeth.. 528 Anderson. Elsie J....162 Anderson. Esther .351-528 Anderson, H. A 453 Anderson. H. C 400 Anderson. J. E 317 Anderson, John H.... 92 Anderson, John P. ...22- 24-281-407 Anderson, L. C 313 Anderson, L. M. .119-458 Anderson, Marie 532 Anderson, Norman. . . 324 Anderson, Mrs. R. . . . 512 Anderson, Ray. . . .24-408 Anderson. Robt. A... 298- 411 Anderson, Rudolph B. 376-443 Anderson. T. Loyal . . 24- 466 Andreasen. Carl J.. ..424 Andrews, Ferdinand .168- 304-357-468 Andrews, Ruth 345 Andrews, Sherman E. 455 Andrews, Thelma W. .24- 289-370-487-526 Andrlik. Geo. M.. 373-448 Angell. Mrs. A. C. . . 527 Angell. R. C 393 Angell, Mrs. Robt. C..506 Angell. Virginia 530 Anklam. Chas. W 395 Annenberg, Ivon M...418 Ansum. C. D 141-463 Anthony, A. Lewis.. 129- 130 Appelhof, Gilbert. Jr. 24- 349-382-447 Appelt, Margaret A. . . 24- 529 Apted, Durfee B 92- 381-402 Archer. W. A 317 Architectural Society . 368 Armantrout, Everett D. 24 INDEX Armijo, Jose 38-1--113 Armstead, E 440 Armstrong, Hugh C..408 Armstrong. Stanley H. 425 Arndt, H. E 141-453 Arndt, Raymond 22- 24-246-259-406 Arner. Harold S. . . 24-432 Arnold, Ada 510 Arnold, Anne 528 Arnold, Doris K....424- 484-512 Arnold, Madaline 24- 332-513 Arnold, Paul 369 Arnold, Theodore .... 422 Arnold, Wm. H.. 321-397 Arnovits, Esther 529 Aronen. Geo. M 448 Arthur, Robt 381 Arthur, Mrs. Robt.... 521 Asai, K 387 Ash, H. H 119 Ash, Rudolph 243 Ashcraft, R. G. . . . 24-454 Ashmore. Jerome. ... 24 Asman, Margaret E. . . 25- 486 Astley, Howard V.. ..425 Athena 351 Athletics 217 Atkins, R. H 460 Atkinson, G. W 168 Atkinson Memorial. . .348 Atkinson, Frank W., Jr 405 Atkinson, J. M 460 Atkinson, Seth 377 Aubrey, Geraldine. . -.518 Aubrey, Wm. H.. 246-417 Audette, Mayme 493 Auer. Walter G 413 August, Mabel. 25-352-523 Ault ' , G. L 301 Austin. Esther 528 Austin, Helen. . . .507-528 Austin, Wm. F.. .323-412 Averbook, Marvin .... 429 Averill, Forrest 154- 155-307-372 Avery, Augusta 486 Avery, F. H 25-512 Avery, Jos. A 171- 423-459 Ayres. F. M 154- 155-372 Ayres, Mrs. Mary. . . .488 B Babcock, Angus 436 Babcock, G 382 Babcock. Kenneth. . . .462 Babcock. Richard. 230-397 Babicky, Bernard.. 25-435 Bach, Ernest 151- 158-314-374-468 Bacher, Beryl 494 Bacher, Mrs. Harry. -518 Bacher, Robert F 406 Bacher. Sara 342 Bachman, G. E 339 Bachman, Mrs. G. E..488 Bachman, Maurice E. 445 Bachman. W. E 313 Bachstrom, Frank. ...25- 311-346-467 Bacome. Donald 321 Bacon, Dorothy Eloise 25 Bacon, Edgar 468- 313-339-461 Bacon, Frank H 424- 130-131 Bacon, John A 25- 213-119-289-296-311-312- 339-408 Bacon. Joshua E....118- 310-339-420-458 Bacon. Russell 373 Bader, Arno L 25-420 Bader, Delbert 415 Badger, W. L.... 313-468 Badgley, Carle E 458 Baer. Doris J 403 Baer, George 369 Baer. Germaine 370- 523-633 Baer. Raymond 421 Baetcke. Bsrnd 283- 202-419 Bailey. Ervin 465 Bailey. Francis L. ...372- 426 Bailey. Gertrude. .343-352 Bailey, Louise 326 Bailey, Margaret 508 Bailey. Norman R. . . . 92 Baird. B. M 173 Baird, Edna 154- 155-526-487 Baird. John H 25- 376-443 Baird. Mrs. J. H 488 Baird. Lydia 25- 341-352-486-524 Baker, E. M 313-468 Baker, Fannie 527 Baker. Gertrude. . .25-505 Baker, J. Claude 25 Baker, J. P 115 Baker. Lois 344-494 Baker. Mary 529 Baker, Merle C 422 Balcome. Don.. 25-313-468 Bald, Fred W 465 Baldwin. L. Grant.. 300- 399-457 Baldwin. Mark R. ...424 Bales. Berton B 400 Ball. Douglas William 25- 427 Ball, Lawrence 384 Ballard, Margaret ... 520- 627 Ballentine, Fred W...447 Ballentine, Isabel .... 529 Balz, Edna 511 Balz, Josephine. . .26-511 Bambourough, James E 168 Bamburger, Frederick 464 Bancroft, Florence ... 498 Bancroft. W. D 313 Bank. Frieda 524 Banks, Joseph W 439 Banks. Oswald L 461 Bannister, S. Arthur. 420 Bannister, Doris 26- 487-526 Banzon, Jose 386 Barber, Annette 493 Barber, Neil K. ..281-419 Barger, Franklin . . 26-438 Barker, E. F 404 Barker. H. B 452 Barker, Richard 273 Barker. Mrs. Richard 518 Barker, William R. . . 398 Barley, Louise. . ..331-511 Barlow, Marion 341- 369-492-515 Barnaby, Mrs. Lor- raine 488 Barnard, Helen 509 Barnes. Ernest H. . . . 465 Barnes, Gerald 274 Barnes, George S. .26-420 Barnes, John M 118- 119-300-308-401-457 Barnes, Juna Mary.. 352 Barnett, Alfred 308 Barnett, Love 26-522 Barnett, Lowene 522 Barney. R. E 308- 392-452 Barnthal, W. G 376 Barnum, Frances. 511-528 Barnum, Margaret. .. 1 69- 329-492-498-502 Barnwell, John D. ...458 Barr, A. S 467 Barr. Lois 26-521 Barrell, Marguerite. .516 Barrett, Albert M. ..300- 452 Barrett. Mrs. Albert 507- 509 Barrett. Frances 519 Barrett, Herbert F...26- 427-370 Barrett. John A 26- 285-438-464 Barrett. Leonard A. . .436 Barrett, Mrs. L. A. . . 508 Barrett. L. 1 26- 317-373-379 Barrett. Mary 177- 351-506 Barrister! 299 Barren, Navarre T. . . 26- 373-379-448 Barrus, Roscoe L.. ..141- 453 Barry, John H 114 Barss, Mrs. Joseph... 506 Barss. J. E 119- 271-452 Bartell. F. E 313-468 Bartelle. Mrs. F. E...513 Bartell, Lawrence S. .497 Bartell, Mrs. L. S... .498 Bartell, T. H 401 Earth, Alfrieda G 26- 522 Barth, Esther 26- 487-524 Bartholomew, Elizabeth 285 Bartholomew, Lucille 341-526 Baitlett, Avery A. ...461 Bartlett, A. M 458 Bartlett, H. H. . . .313-317 Bartley, Loran 369 Barton. George H. ...436 Barton, Glenn E. .141-456 Barton, Richard E....405 Bartz. Dorothy E. . . . 26 Baseball 235 Baske, Frank W 455 Basketball 261 Bassow, P. W 460 Batchelor. C. L 469 Batdorf. Lorna. . .344-345 Batdorff. L. D 26-374 Bates, Helen 494-506 Bates, Henry M 10- 293-296-299-309-392-45 1 Bates. Mrs. Henry M. 506 Bates, Lamott F 300- 119-4S8 Battles. Hazel 493 Battles, Walter. ..324-339 Bauch. Christine 5C6 Bauch, Howard 384 Bauchard, Elinor .... 522 Bauer, Clara M 27 Bauer, Samuel L 401 Bauer, T. 1 308-462 Bauma, Albert 377 Baxter, D. V 317-373 Baxter. Stan. M 438 Bay. Josephine 534 Bayle. Violet 521 Bayne, A. P 150-151 Beal, Fred J 357-447 Beal, Junius E 8 Beal, Mrs. Junius... .510 Beal, Margaret 167- 329-333-331-492-510 Beal, Minnie Boylan.510 Bean, George W... 27-350 Bean, John W 27-337 Bean, S. H 27-337 Beard. Elizabeth.. 485-508 Beardsley, Charles H. . . 339-447 Beason, Rowena 341 Beattie. W. G 119-460 Beatty. Roy A 436 Beauchamp. Victor. . . 455 Beavis. J. 453 Bebout, Gaylord N.. Jr 27 Beck, Elsie M 173 Beck, G. R 460 Beck, Margaret V....27- 341-518 Beck, Ray A., Jr.. . .408 Becker .Curtis D 469 Becker. Louis D 170 Beckham. Jessie E. 27-507 Beckman. Lillian. .. .341 Beebe, E. C 456 Beebe. Hugh M. . . 402-455 Beebe. Lucile 627 Beecher, Raymond L. 27- 427 Beeder. Rudolph 384 Beeman. Mary Frances 512 Beers, David L... 413-458 Beers, Leslie Carl ... 92 Begeman, Florence .. 384- 532 Begeman, M. L 409 Begg, George O., Jr.. 392 Begole. Eudora 622 Behrman. Sidney W..418 Behse. J. Breslin 423 Beierlein. K. M 170- 317-460 Beigler. Sydney K...119- 445 Belknap. Ralph L. ..815- 426 Bell, D. B 313 Be ' l, DeWitt B 68 Bell, Dr. Margaret .. 482- 508-509 Bell. Fjirl R 27 Bel 1 . Francis A.. .448-454 Bell, Harlcy J 178 Bell. Thurman 439 Bellamy, Lucile 329- S44-319-494 Belote. G. H 300-462 Belser. Karl J 169 Belt. J. G 461 Bement, Newton S.. . . 426 Bender, Mrs. A. M. . .488 Bender. Mrs. Nellie.. 511 Benedict, Clarence A.. 27- 349 Benedict. Doris M. . . . 27 Benedict, Winifred. . .519 Benham, N. R 291 Benjamin, Helen. . 27-526 Benkrit, Jos 446 Benncr, R. W 457 Bennett, Doris 486 Bennett, John Martin 397 Bennett, John W 92 Bennett, Robt. B 402 Bennett, Stanton 92 Bennett, Mrs. William 524 Bensen, Mrs. J. S... .488 Benson, Jerry. . . .373-443 Benson, Rowena 526 Benson, Win. E 403 Benthen, Wm 424 Benyas, Ralph 430 Benyds. Ralph J 27 Benz, Carroll A 27 Benzin, S. C 155 Berdan, John 391 Beresford, James A. . . 22- 28-271-297-399 Berg, Janet V 333 Berg. Margaret 536 Bergman, Theodore. .429 Berkey, Weddell J....399 Berkman, Jack N. ...421 Berman, M. S 470 Berman, R 470 Bernard, Helen 516 Bernard, James H.. . . 397 Bernard, J. P 400 Berne-Allen, Allan Jr. 92- 448 Berne-Allen. Gladys 369- 535 Bernstein, Avery J. ..421 Bernstein, Erving. . . .445 Bernthal, T. G 349 Bernthal, Walter G... 28 Berrs, J. M 460 Berry, Charles S 307 Berry, Mrs. Charles. .507 Berry, D. L 92-364 Besancon, Grace 28 Besancon, J. H. . . 321-458 Beslock, John C 28 Bessenger, Doris. .519-536 Best, Helen.. .370-517-536 Best, Lester F 461 Beta Phi Delta 425 Beta Theta Pi 397 Betsy Barbour 528 Bettens, Welden G. ... 28- 464 Betteson, W. L. 426 Belts, Charles 321 Betts. Frederick G...403 Betzner, Christine... .516 Beuhler, H. R 466 Beukema, Jack P. 172-461 Bevier, Foster W. . . . 140- 141-461 Beyer, Ruth J 28 Bibbins. L. W 42-364 Bick. Irving E 436 Bicknell, Mary 528 Bicknell. Norma 283 Biddle. Marie 384 Bidwell, Seth R 131- 299-409-459 Bielfield, Sidney 437 Bielswski, Eugene C. 140- 141 Biethan. Winefred. . . 119- 384-504 Bigelow, A. L 442 Bigelow, S. L. 313- 452-468 Bigelow, Mrs. S. L. . . 497- 511 Bigge. A. F 350 Bigge, George E.. 31 1-350 Biggs, Howard E... 93-302 Billings, J. A 291 Billington, Ray A. ..283- 292-323-358-419 Bird, Albert W 28 Birks, Howard 93- 212-219-262-265-296-412 Biscont, Gertrude. .. .162 Bishop. Dorothy 28- 472-483-490-504 Bishop, Edith 511 Bishop, Helen C 527 Bishop, H. M 28- 420-458 Bishop, Matilda 496 Bishop, M. P 155 Bissell, Marguerite... 28 Bitker, Pierce 414 Biwen, John A 246 Bixby. Jesse 487-526 Bixby, J. S 156 Black, Duncan K 28 Black. Gerald 141 Black, G. S 453 Black, Kenneth. . . 169-465 Black, Margaret 22- 28-341-484-517 Black. Mrs. Morris. ..514 Black, Stacy 28- 327-376-436 Blackburn, Frederick. 448 Blackburn, Margaret. .527 Blackmar, Marjorie. .370- 486 Blacknick. Helen. 344-493 Blackwell. Frederick.. 407 Blackwood, Elizabeth. 511 Blagdon. Charlotte.. .341- 343-352-492-495-518 Blair, Esmond 321 Blair, Norman 426 Blair, Walter 179-456 Blakeslee. Willis 407 Blanchard, A. H 401 Blanchard, B. E 366 Blanchard, Clarence. .307 Blanchard, Edwin. ... 93 Blanchard, F. N 317 Blanchard. Mrs. P. B. 517 Blaser, Earl 415 Blau, Lawrence M.. . . 28 Blauner, Leonard. . . .421 Blayden, Christopher .415 Blaydon, Joseph 93 Bleecker. Maitland 93-306 Blendall. Jessie 164- 478-491-526 Blendall, J. C 155 Blessed, William 93 Blicke, F. F 313 Blight, H. E 172- 317-453 Blinco. Harold 292 Blink, Milton M 430 Bliss. Fred R 337-455 Bliss, Theodore L. 170-452 Bliss. T. T 392 Bliton, Rachel 29-486 Block, Berneta 486- 497-509-526 Block, Edward A 29 Blomgren. John E.. . . 93 Blood, Marion 511 Bloom, A 93-364 Bloom, Frank 417 Bloom. Howard 437 Blott. Edward J... 29-4 16 Blott. John L 29- Blott. John L 29-210- 218-228-236-239-296-416 Blumenthal, Jos. L. . . 29 Blumenthal, Morris D. 289-414 BIymyer, Frank 391 B. M. O. C. Section.. 209 Board in Control of Athletics 217 Boardman, Donald W. 93- 454 Robertz. G. H., Jr. . . 29 Boddy, F. A 93-366 Boehm, Elizabeth .... 515 Boer, Louise 519 Boes, Freida A 22-29 Bogan, Dorothy 155- 479-482-491-528 Bokelman, Andrew C. 130-131 Bolan. Wm. M 424 Bollinger. Jesse W...427 Bolt, Menso R 29 Bolton, Dorothy P. ... 29- 54-351 Bolton. Smith . . 22-29-396 Bond. Carrie Jacobs. .493 Bond, Earl P 444 Bond. Wm. J 424 Bonello. Samuel . . 349-370 Bonham, Wm. L.. 29-460 Bonine. Margaret ... 283- 519 Bonner, Frances. .289-506 Bonner, Sue Grundy..506 Bonninghausen. Hugo. 93- 364 Bonsman. Henry W. . 93 Boodhead, Kitty 341 Bookmiller, Matilda J. 29-487 Bookwalter, Enos B...29- 330-415 Boone. Bert R 455 Boorman, Helen 519 Booth, Ainsworth. . . .404 Booth, Bruce G 131- 310-463 Booth. Irwin S.... 30-373 Booth, Katherine .... 343- 384-505-528 Booth, Wm. J 432 Booth, Mrs. W. J....508 Boothby, Donald D. ..404 Borders, T. K 440 Borg, Carl 378 Borgman, W. M... 93-364 Bori, Lucrezia 494 Borin, Frances. . .341-349 Boring, Frances 518 Born, Ruth 30 Boschen, Constance .. 526 Bosserdet. G. E 313 Bostick. Herbert F. . . 426 Bostick. Herbert P... 30 Boston, Mrs. OrlinW. 511 Boswell. Carl Meeske 93- 413 Bouchard, H 301 Boughton, Grace 162 Bouma, Albert 422 Bourke, F. Avery. . . .393 Bourne, Malcom 170- 409-451 Bourne, Newton J....300 Bourne, N. Warren.. .462 Bousman. H. W 364 Bowbeer, Norma .... 155- 479-482-522 Bowden. Wm 289 Bowen, Claribel 30- 341-491-526 Bowen. Dale J 409 Bowen, G. 409-494 Bowen, Mrs. George O 524 Bowen, J. A 94- 259-306-394 Bowen, Otto O... 130-131 Bowen. Ruth 342-626 Bowens, W. Talbert. .452 Bower. W. E 422 Bowers, Anderson T. . 30 Bowers, Harold. . .177-454 Bowers, Helen L 30 Bowers, James. . .403-452 Bowersox, N. ....... .349 Bowles, Edwin. 384 Bowman, Edward L..401 Bowne, Wm. C 141 Boyce, Benjamin. 321-339 Boyce, John 131-467 Boyce, Mrs. J. A 488 Boyce, Mildred 486 Boyd, Bernice 513 Boyd. E. David 415 Boyd. Jean 494 Boyd, L. J 455 Boyd, Marshall 410 Boyd, Thelma 486 Boyer, James B 442 Boyer, Stewart R....216- 236-237-296-299-354-442- 459 Boyer, J. S 119 Bayle, James 384 Boyle, Violet 341 Boyne, Arvid 374 Boynton, Louise 504 Boynton, Louis 465 Boynton, Lucia 30 Boxer, Herman 283 Brace. Chauncey. . 30-391 Bracken, A. H 119 Bradburg, Alice 384 Bradfield. Mrs. John. 508 Bradley, F. W 339 Bradley, Joseph 289 Brady, Joseph 435 Brady, Kathryn. . 343-527 Brady, Preston 433 Bragg, Edward 302 Bragg, Mrs. Edward . 509 Brainard, W. R 432 Bramble, David M. . . 167- 281-403 Brando, Margery 30- 487-524 Brandt, Carl 380-164 Brandt. Hazel 374 Brandt, Margaret .... 533 Brandt, W. Spencer.. 438 Brashear. Mary . .341-526 Brasher, Lois. .. .343-532 Braslow, Sophie 493 Braun, Mrs. Carl. . . .515 Bray, Gertrude 162 Braybrooks, W. M 94- 377-382 Braybrooks, Mrs. W. M 488 Brayton, David 392 Brazell, N. J 302 Brazly, Edward 439 Bready, Katherine... .504 Breakey, J. F 452 Breakey, Mrs. Jas. ...504 Breakey, Robert .. 120-452 Bredin, Frances 30- 341-483-504 Bredvold. Mrs. Louis. 511 Breed. Mrs. Christine 506 Breekbauer, A. J 120 Breier, Max 141 Brekke, Viola 517 Brennan, W. R. . . 350-435 Brenneman, Esther. ..509 Bresnahan, J. H 141 Bressler, Jack 94 Brettle, Francis 380 Brettle, Frank 30 Brewer, Lucretia 30- 342-483-491-526 Brickbauer, Arthur.. 455 Brien, J. C 313 Briggs, Chauncey. . . .420 Briggs, Clayton 421 Briggs, Jeane 329- 484-492-503-511 Bright, H. L. 326-337-409 Bright, Philip 420 Brikman, E. M 470 Brikman, Robert 429 Brikman. Mrs. R 488 Brink, Loren .... 307-372 Brisbin, M. M 364 Brisbois, H. J.... 120-382 Briscoe, John 94- 298-323-325-255-393 Britton, Feme 516 Brittson, Marian 506 Broadhead, Kitty .. 30-528 Brock, Gertrude .. 506-530 Brockett, Daniel 468 Broderick, Geo 419 Broderson, O. E 461 Brodkey, Benn 418 Bromberg. Paul 289- 384-429 Bromley, John 323- 325-413 Bronk, Mrs. D. W...503- 507 Brooker, James 246- 253-399-459 Brooks, Glenn. . . .141-453 Brooks, John 381 Brooks, Margaret .... 517 Broome, Stanley 173 Brouwer, Henrique. . .315 Browe, Walter. . .438-464 Brown, Andrew. . 326-395 Brown, Clarence. . . 30-369 Brown. Clark 174 Brown, Clement. . .94-317 Brown, Clinton 396 Brown, Mrs. David. ..520 Brown, D. S 317 Brown, Ed 31 Brown. Everett 380 Brown. Mrs. Everett. 504 Brown, Edgar 444 Brown, Florence 528 Brown. Floyd. . ..141-461 Brown, Forman 325 Brown, G. G 396-468 Brown, G. H 399 Brown, G. M 440 Brown, Helen 283- 329-343-483-492-507-510- 527 Brown. Hiestand 427 Brown. J 177-454 Brown, L. M 364 Brown, Madeline. . 31-507 Brown, Maryellen .... 526 Brown. Nell 493 Brown, Orie 426 Brown, Oscar. . . .311-421 Brown, Pamela 31- 332-472-490-491-527 Brown, Patricia 519 Brown, Phyllis. . .486-493 Brown. R. K 415-453 Brown, Ralpha 141 Brown. Rebah 493 Brown. Robert 31 Brown. Robert H 426 Brown, Robert J..233-410 Brown, Robert P.. .31-412 Brown, Roy 94 Brown, William 417 Brown, Mrs. William. 605 Brownbridge, E. W. . .416 Browne, S. 372 Brownell. Harold 416 Browning, Alfred 283-326 Brack, G. F 487 Bruhum, Lucile 31 Brumbaugh, J. K 350 Brumm, Dean 141-382-461 Brumm, John. . . .329-412 Brumm, Mrs. John... 515 Brummeler, Gertrude. 31- 529 Brunsting, Louis. . . .120- 300-460 Bruske. Paul 321-396 Bryce, John 456 Buchanan, George. .. 315- 325-327-425 Buchanan, Robert. .. .455 Buchler, C. C 313 Buck. Gene 413 Buck, Louis. .131-376-469 Buck, Marion. .. .370-518 Buckley. Louis. .. 391-451 Budnitzky, Daniel ... .445 Buehler, John .... 287-401 Buehrer, C. C 453 Buell. Bruce 372 Buell. Donald 395 Buell, Marion 115- 498-526 Buerman, Briggs. . . .316 Buethin. Alphonso. . .424 BufTington, A. J 350 Bufrington, Margaret 351- 516 Buffinjrton, Mrs. Mary 516 Bugher, C 175-457 Buhl, Charles 381 Buhrer, Katherine... .528 Bulkley, Mrs. Harry. .526 Bulkley, John .... 393-451 Bull, Perkins. .. .395-451 Bullock, D. J 339 Bullock, W. M. ...142-453 Bumke, Edward. . .94-366 Bundy, H. P 31-289 Bunting. R. W. ..411-453 Bunting, Mrs. R. W. 519 Burba, Joseph.. .. 176-461 Burch. H. K 4S3 Burch, Mildred 369 Burdick, Annabelle.. . 31- 369-517 Burdick, Eleanor 31- 341-369-517 Burgess. Lawrence. . . 94 Burhans, Ernest 455 Burhans, Gene 420 Burhans, Robert 455 Burk, Earl.. .150-151-374 Burke, Burt 246-249 Burke, George. . ..360-391 Burkhardt, Annette.. 619 Burkhardt, Lawrence 426 Burnham, John 398 Burns. Elizabeth 518 Burns, Frances 527 Burns, Leo 402 Burnside, Marvin .... 31 Burnsides, Howard. . . 455 Burnstein, D 31 Burnstein, Samuel... .434 Burr. A. C 313 Burr, Sarah. ..31-487-526 Burr, W. Eben 32- 315-425 Burridge, Silwyn 461 Burrows, Charles 94 Burrows, Edwin. . 131-464 Burrows, Harry 392 Burrows, Marian. 517-533 Burrows. Roswell 281-392 Bursley, Joseph . . . 10-279 Bursley, Mrs. Joseph 506 Bursley, Phillip 396 Burt, Landon 447 Burt, R. L 142 Burtless. Alice 515 Burton, L. H 94 Burton. Marion L... 9-411 Burton, Mrs. M. L...508 Burton, Theodosia. . . 327- 331-503-508 Burwell, Frances 486 Bury, Harriett 22- 32-496-506 Busch. Romaine 511 Bussey, Helen 32 Butler, Ben 32-403 Butler, H 404 Butler, Harold 94 Butler, L. B 350 Butler, Leslie. .. .177-417 Butler. Marjorie. .515-535 Butler, Rowland. .. .130- 132-293-463 Butler. Roy 32 Butler. W. B 464 Butler. Wilbur. . .339-416 Butman, Statira 32- 341-508 = ft ] O ' .tfY Wn-r, Carpenter William T. Cheung C S . . .385 Coates, Louise C. . . 35-513 Cooper, Loretta .... 341- 426 Chew Robert . . 385 Coates, H 454 485-527 Byers C F 317-440 Chick, R. J 44- Coates, J. C 364 Cooper, L. C 339 liam 521 349-376-443 Coates John S 401 Child Ruth 499 Cooper L E 35-142 Byers Zoa 32-521 Carr, A. R 313-468 Chinese Students .... 385 95-381-419 Cooper, Robert J.. 410-452 Carr Duane M. . . 33 Chinn Howard . 95-385 Cobe, Mrs. M 423 Cooper, Robert V 300 Carr L J . 408 Chinn C W 440 Cochlin, Lucy Ann. ..512 Cooper, R. U. ... 460 Chi Omega 513 Cochrane, G. 95-364-440 Cooper Robert W 35 459 Chi Phi 423 Cope O M 317 Carroll, Eber 417 Chipman, Dorothy . . . .507 Codel, Martin 418 Carroll, John 398 Chi Psi 391 Cody, Elizabeth. .519-536 Corbeth, Hazel 345 Carson, Alexander E. 95 Chisholm, Lyla J. 34-512 Cody, Cameron 35 Corbin, Horatia 486 Carson, Elizabeth .... 33- Coe, B 379 Corbus, Edward T. Jr. 401 332-472-486-490-515 H 292-415 Coe, Charles B 302 Carson, Ruth. ... 486-515 Coe, Warren 35 Cork, Mrs. Jas 507 Christian V 440 Coen, Dan 431 Carter, Harriet 516 Coffey, Hobart R 464 Donald 96-366 Cake, Catherine . . .536 Carter, Kenneth 373 Christenson. Edna. . .341- Coffey, J. P 452 Corley, E. H 458 Cake, Mrs. H. W 636 Cake W E 313 Carter, Mabel Miller. 33 Carter, Mary 508-528 518 Christenson, Ruth. . . . 34- Coffman, Harold C. ..356 Cogshall, Charles 321 Corley. Mrs. E. H 488 Cornelinson, Goldie. .497- Calder, R. F 115 Carter, Velma Leigh.. 33- 294-331-333-472-495-499- 326-331-495-512 Christian Mrs 493 Cohan, J. R 431 Cohen Olen B 35 509 Cornell Lucille 486 Calhoun, Ethel F 509 519 Carter, W. Claire. . . .456 Christie, Mrs. James 519 Christman, A. A 313 Conn, Daniel E. . . 120-470 Cohn. Ralph 384-431 Cornwell, F. D 396 Cornwell, Elmer L. . . .392 Caruso, Esther O... .371 Christner J Richard 456 Coif . 309 Cary, George H... 132-463 Chronowsky, Alvis. . .370 Coines, Donald B 88- 96-298-301-466 Cary Mrs W 488 Chu C J 385 315-426 Cory M 333 Cary, William H 95- Chubb, Donald B 34- Colburn. William C .396 Cory, Floyd 373 Calvin, Heath 377 142-461 337-356-415 Colby, Frederick L 392 Cory, Earl Wallace. . . 36- Casady, Clarice 22- Chun, Franklin 385 Colby, W. F. . . . 409 350 33-511 Church, Mrs C. N. .512 Cole, Charles J. 176- Corey. Hibbert W 422 Casady, Thomas E. . . 401 Church W H 287-376 311-463 Coryell, W G 291- Case Ava Connie 493 Churchill Cyrus E 464 Cole, Catherine 516 366-381-442 Case. E. C 317 Churchill, R. V 416 Cole, Charles 310 Cosmopolitan Club 388 Case, Ermine W. 315-402 Chyron Club 444 Cole, Durward D. . . 411 Cossitt, Elirabeth 486-519 Case, H. M 95-364 Cilliers, J. H 140- Cole, Esther. . 166 Cossitt Frederick Henry Case, Hubert 448 142-420 Cole, H. N 313 22-36-407 Camp, Carl D 300- Case, L. 313-468 Circolo Italiano 371 Cole, H. P 142-453 Cossitt, James L 407 308-452 Campbell, Archibald 405 Case, Norman... .522-535 Caspari, Frances 494 Cissel, Mrs. James H. 524 Clacy, J. F 458 Cole, Herbert W. . . 95-366 Cole, Kenneth R. ..95-466 283-332-518 Cote, Nora 65-518 Cassidy, Harold 169- Clagett, Charlotte. . . . 34- Cole, Kathryn A. L. . 35 Cottin, John R 439 358-415 384-528 Cole. L. S. . 115-382 Could Laurence M 315 404-468 Cassidy, Raymond .... 22- oo QQ5 Clardy, Hit F 311-467 Clare Carl 384 Cole, William H. . . 35-373 Colman William T 396 Coulton, Dorothy 341 Campbell, Charles. . .310- Castle, Edward B. . . . 399 Clar k. Blanche M. ... 34 Colin, R 431 Courtwright, H 339 Catro, Alfred N 397 Clark, Charles F 95 Collegiate Sorosis 506 Couse, Walter L 301 Clark, Charles Y 444 Coller, Frederick A 300- Coutts Robert A 411 Clark, C. L 313 308-317 Coutts Ray Clark 36-378 Campbell, E. P. ..313-494 33-405 Clark, Chester A 436 Coller, E. 457 Covert, Foster 36 Cave, Cath erine. .484-516 Clark Constance 518 Campbell, Mrs. Edward Cave, Chester . .407 Clark Edward S 399-448 Collins George W 310- H 515 505 Caverly H L 416 Clark F J 460 Campbell, George 283-411 Caw, D 337 Clark, Gail V 34 Covert, H. 345 Cedergreen, Howard . . 95- Clark, Grace 486 Collins, Roy E 438 Covert. Mrs. Martha. .488 Campbell. O. J 393 384 Central League Clark, Graham H 404 Clark, Harry 22- Collison, James J....358- 401 Covington, Richard.. .426 Cowan, Harry H 447 339-340-378-409-469 Campbell. Roderick. ..416 Debating 347 Cercle Francais 370 Chadwick, Ward 462 215-282-283-297-323-356- 419-432-448-464 Clark, Harvey L.. . 413 Colman, William 360 Colwell, Horace G. . . . 419 Comb, Roy L 339-401 Cowden, R. W. . . .294-419 Cowden, Mrs. R. W. .503- 516-518 Chadwick. Ruth 494 Clark Howard . . 361 Comedy Club 326 Campbell, William M. 456 Chalmers, Hugh, Jr. .393 Clark John C 34- Cowie David M 300- Campton, Justie S... .402 Canavera. Steve 371 Chalmers, Lucille 309-394-408-469 521 308-452 Canby, Pauline.. . 369-524 Chamberlain, Dorothy 485- Clark, John Graf ton. 132- 289 Compton, Mary J. . . . 35 Cowie, Mrs. David M..509 Canfield, R. Bishop . . 300- 510-528 Chamberlain, Elliott Clark, Josephine. .370-518 Clark, J. Thurman.. .404 Comstock, Robert S.. . 96 Condit, D. H 317 115-318-465 Cox, Mrs. John. . . . 516 M 397 Clark James S 34-400 Condit Mrs Hal 507 Cox, J. J. 403 Canfield, Mrs. R. B..494- Chamberlain, Howard Clark, L. M 34- Condit, H. D.. . 300-460 Coxan. A. W. . 458 509 G 411 372-399 Cannon, George N.. .410- Chamberlain, Margaret Clark, Miss Zelma E. . 526 Coyine, Ruth 486 461 510-528 Clark. Robert R. . . 34-436 Conklin, Margaret. . .486 Coyne. Cyril 436 Chambcrof Commerce 376 Clarke, C. W 313 Conk Ion H E 382 Cannon, Leo A... 168-435 Champayne, Mrs. J. L. 488 Clarke, Charles W.. .413- Conlin, Edward F 132 Cozine, Ruth 36-526 Canvight, Cyril M. . . .120 Caparas, Manuel 386 Champion, Charles W. 33- 283-438 Champion, E. M. . .95-366 468 Clarke, Constance. ... 341 Clarke, Esther Bury. .510 Conlin, Evelyn. . .344-493 Conlin, John W. .283-413 Conn, A. B 440 Crabbe, Thomas. . .36-396 Crabtree, Elmo 462 Craftsmen 378 Caplan, Bennie 283 Caplan, Ruth 32-520 Capp. C. S 408 Chan, W. G 385 Chang, Florence 385 Chang, M. S 385 Chang, S. T 385 Clarke, C. Foster. ... 468 Clarke, Harvey L....120- 452 Clarke, Kathryn .... 326- Conn, Bemsley W 462 Connable, Alfred 283- 303-354-393 Craigie, Winifred .... 36- 332-479-491 Crain, Hartwell 464 Craine Donald 22-36-404 Card, Joseph P 392 Cardier, W. Claire... 358 Chang, Vera 385 Chapin Helen 521 331-333-507 Conrad, J. W 283 Cramer, Edison 426 Cardwell, Eugene. . ..291- Chapin, Olive 166 Clarkson, Richard G 468 357-442 Chapman, E 364 Clarkson Sally 510 Carl, Bruce E. . . .438-461 Chapman, Harry Ray- Clarkson, Sarah 497 Cook, C. K. 120-458 Crane, Donald 22 Carland. Elizabeth. 32-526 mond ; . . 33-399 Cook, Donald O 35- Crane, Harold 120 Chapman, R. A . 454 Claxtoii Wllbert T 436 Carmichael, A. McKean Chappie, Richard R...395 Cleary, Elwyn W. . . .461 Cook, Evelyn. .35-486-521 Crane, R. T 392 Chase, Mary 526 Cleary Helen 527 Carmichael, Eugene. .22- Chase, Mary Augusta 33 Cleary, John 456 Cook Wendell J 412 Crary Robert 130-132-293 32-420 Carmicheal, Glenn... 408 Carmichael, T. H 448 Chase. William L. . . . 420 Chaulle. Balwant S. . . 95 Chaulle W G 366 Cleary, Owen J 412 Cleland, E. T 114- 115-465 Cooke, Philin C 420 Cooley, C. H 393 Graver, W. L 36-432 Crawford, Charles. . . 339- Carmen, G. G 95-432 Chen, Horatio N. . . 34-385 Chen, P 385 Clemento, William L.. 8 demons C Wood 427 Cooley, Mary 506 Crawford. Edward. . . 36 Chen, Susan 385-529 Clench, W. J 317 10-296-302-394-411 Crawford K R 349 Cliffon, Jos 435 Cooley, Mrs. Mortimer 505 Crawford, M. . . 440 Carnell Lucille 522 Cheney, Winifred. ... 504 Cline, Dorothy 486 Coolidge, C. Austin.. 281- Crawford, Sue 519 Cheng, L. S 385 Clore. William W....22- 394 Crawforth, William 37-411 34-321-399 Coolidge, Mary Louise 530 Crego, Clarence 462 Cheng, P. C 386 Cloud, Arthur F 91- 95-301-400 Coomey, Frances 487 Creal, Cecil 37-417 Chephane. D. W 349 Carpenter, Helen Cherry, Royal F 407 Cheselev Willoughby 396 Clyne, Bertha M 35 Coale J W 432 Cooper, George L 35 Cooj er Herbert W 425 Crighton. Stanley .... 408 Crino Mac-had 120-455 rTO TTH W M U nP=J: Davis A G 142 mfj rjt- ' ' - 1 ' Vfc== DeVeew Orville C 38 DeVore Robert T 283- Crittendon, Mrs. A. R. 516 483-486-490 396 Criwell H C 360 Da is B M 317 Da is C M 317 DeVries J K 45 9 Crocker. Fandira. 508-528 Crocker Helen 505 Da is. Mrs. Calvin O. 512-529 Dew, Gwendolyn J. . . .38- 351-526 Doyle, Mrs. Anna. ...514 Doyle Loretta E 156-487 Crocker, Lionel. . .356-420 Da is, Darrel H 400 DeWeese. R. Hall. . . .399 Doyle, R. F 262-422 Croll L J .... 470 Da is, Donald E. 374-454 Cromwell, Charlotte. .524 Cromwell, Maxine. 37-524 Cron Frederick 426 Da is, Dorothy. . .154-482 Da is. Eldred 369 Da is. Edwin Clark.. 406 Dewey, Jane 281-513 DeWitt, Chester A.. .310- 339-457 Drake, J. H .. 299-399-451 Drake, Marjory 39 Drama 319 Cronin Virginia 351-522 Da is E. W 350 Da is, Francis 281- 156-311-351-496-526 Drebin S R . . 430 Cronwall, Stanley. . . .395 Crosby HO .... 460 323-413 Da is, George. . . .283-287 Dexter. Louis M 22- 38-283-411 Drechsler, E. A 395 Dreese E E 420 Crosby, Morean 37- 272-392 Crosby Willard . .392 Da is. Harry.. 246-259-297 Da is, Howard A .... 443 Da is, J. B 463 Dey. M. C 422 Diamond. A. D 142 Dresbach, James 22- 39-321-326-326-413 Dresser R H 133-463 Da is, Kathleen . . . 486 Dice L R 317 Cross, Arthur 297-399 Da is, Marie Alene. ..37- 522 Dickinson, Edwin D..293 Dreyer. Adele. .. .156-526 Driscoll Wm 39 ' 11 Cross Robert 444 Da is, Nathan 286 503-517 Druids 297 111 Crouch Allin 281-403 Da is, Serita 486-522 Drury W R 466 Grouse Alma 492-505 Da is, Zoie 486 Dryer J A 22- Grouse Doris . 22- Da y, Ruth 512 39-337-409 37-332-473-477-490-505 Dickinson Nellie 384-519 DuBois D Burr ..465 Dawson, John P 132- Dickinson Winifred 493 DuBois P M . 457 Crow Ralph 428 216-293-309-451 Day, E. E 10-279-404 396 Dudek Walter 424 Crowe, Helen 516 Day, James W 403 Diehl K D 409 Dudley, Mrs. A 494 Day, William R 405 Diehl William S 428 Crowell, Howard 411 Cuddy, Wenonah 37- 333-510 Cndlip William 398-451 Dean, Catherine 515 Deane, Dr 614 Deane, J. Brayton 360-394 Deason, H. J 339 Diekhoff. Frieda 38- 311-346-351-473-477-478- 490-515 Diener William L 281- 300-406-452 Duff, Henry L 287-438 Duffendack, Flora. 39-341 Duffield Elizabeth 22- Culver Fred ...410 DeBaeke, Victor H..130- 391 39-281-521 132-293-459 Dieter le R R 409-453 Duffield Hugh 22- DeBoer, Guy 38 39-214-296-312-354-413 DeBolt G Fred . 287 Cumings William. .. .412 DeClark, Cornelius. . .96- Duffy James E .97- Cummings, H. H.. 300-460 301-365 Dietreck Paul . .402 298-391 DeCou. W. H 180-454 Diette James J 301 Dull, Charles B 424 132-436 Curl Herbert 96- Deemer, Helen T. 30-518 Defley Joseph E. .132 Dillman, George C... .408 Dumas, Faith. ... 482-519 364-381 DeFoe, George L 91- Dunbar Ruth . . . 157 Curless Miller 37- 97-273-447 339-376 DeFrank, Samuel R. .370 Dixon Donald M 410 Curran, Louis 233-442-448 DeGraff. Mrs. D. C. ..488 Curran William ...172 Deibel Jack C . . 413 Duncan W G 172 Currie, Dorothy 636 Curtis, Arthur 300- 317-462 Deister, Emil E. . . 360-395 Deister, Irvin. 167-303-395 DeJong, Merritt.... 414 Dixon, J. B 453 Dixon, Margaret. .. .167- 477-492-503-505 Duncan. Mrs. W. G...488 Duncanson. Donald... 464 Dunham Donald 413 Curtis Dorothy 37- DeJonge, Selma. 529 369-487-526 Delaney, James. .. 170-462 Dobbs, A. Harry 434 487-496-526 Curtiss, Elinor 522 Curtis, F 462 Curtiss, Ralph 401 Delano, W 396 Delbridge, Helen J.. . . 22- 38-477-473-496-490-507 Dobson. R. T 408 Doddridge, Delmar. .133- 293-99-309-467 Dunlap. Theodore. ... 39 Dunn, Donald. . . .350-426 Dunn G W ... .466 Curtiss. Russel.. 91-96-365 Curtiss, Mrs. Robert. .521 Delf, Phyllis 38- 331-333-524 Dodge, Dora 486 Dodge, Helen 486 Dunn, Gladys E... .40-527 Dunn, J. J.. .311-350-446 Curto James . . .96-448 DeLong J Clifford 38-427 Cushing, Carl 246- DeLoof, Richard.. 142-461 Dodo S 387 346-350-356-444 253-256 Delta Alpha Epsilon . . 427 Doelman John P . 392 Dunn, J. T 408 Cushing. Thomas. 392-452 Delta Chi 405 Dunn Walter T 464 Cusick. William. .374-454 Cuthbert F. A 350 Delta Delta Delta. . . .515 Donahue, Howard A. .285- Dunne, Eugene L.. ..167- 283-303-325-398 Cutting Frank . . . .306- Delta Kappa Epsilon 393 339-417-468 Delta Phi 432 ; 1 D Dm Costa 96-410 Delta Sigma Delta ..453 Delta Sigma Phi 422 Donaldson, S. W 457 Dunphy. Herbert . 300-452 DuPrees M J . .142 Dahlberg, LeRoy 436 Dahlberg, Paul. . . 337-436 Dahn Frederick ....466 Delta Sigma Pi 469 Delta Sigma Rho ...311 Delta Tau Delta .... 401 Donaldson, Mrs. Sam. 508 Donker, Donald M....97- 156-364 Durfee, E. N 299-451 Durfee, Mrs. Edgar. .506 Dust, Carl. .. .97-301-365 Daines Ford . 324 Delta Tau Upsilon ..428 Daives F K 453 Delta Theta Phi 464 410 Dux Clara 493 Dakin Richard Y 393 Delta Upsilon 399 Dwight Gillard 463 I Delta fi.i 522 377-411 Dyer Martha 120 ; Dalke, Paul D.. . .373-444 Damil Clarence N. .. 96 Deming, G. N.... 140-142 Dooge, Lawrence E.. .22- 38- 9 97-406 Dykema. C. D.... 115-432 Dykstra, G. D 349 , 1 38-511 Dyll, Louis 133 132-299 Demoray. Coral E. ...156 Dorb S 364 Dyni, Carl L 97 Damoose, Naseeb. .96-361 Dancer, Jenness John . 37- 403 Danenberg, David D. .445 Daniel. Marion. . .522-534 Demoray. Galvin D..156- 349 Deng. Roy T. . .38-262-427 Denman, Dean C. ...120- 426-462 Dorff, L. A 97-364 Dornbos. L. J 364 Dorrance, Felice 345 Dorrance, Jean. ..476-515 Doster Clare 373-416 E Eades. Charles C.. 413-458 Eagleson, Steward. .. 407 Earhart, Mrs. H. B. ..486 Earhart. Richard. . . .397 i Daniels, Fred Henry.. 37 Daniels L E . 467 Denman, Ira O. ..404-167 Doster. E. Irwin 482 Earle. G. N 409 Daniels, Richard 884 526 487 East Fred W 166 Danto, Samuel B 429 Danto. Mrs. S. B 488 Dennis, J. Morris. . . .448 Densmore. D. E 350 Doster, Mildred A 38 Eastlake, Clara. . .387-388 Eastlake R .... 387 Darling. Cyrenus G..452 Darling. E. E 96-366 Densmore, Gail 307 Densmore. Nellie 486 Doten, Roger D 426 Doty W. E 97- Easton, Florence 494 Eaton, Margaret. .351-515 Darling, J. Dale 419 Dent. John H 439 291-364 Eberbach C W 400-452 , Denton, John 391 Dasef, J Thomas . 436 Dentz, Frank R 427 Daugherty. Hester. 37-526 Davenport, C. C 457 Davenport. Kenneth. 179- 391-457 DePree, Kenneth V.. .415 DePuy, James 404 DeRuiter, Herbert W.377- 467 350-443 Doughty, Ruth.. . .512-536 Douglas, Claire 534 Douglas H W 393 Eckert, Charlotte. . ..333- 484-492-515 Eckert, Louise. . .498-528 Eckert R R . . 121 Davidson, Elliot, Jr. .167- 391 Davidson, Halsey .... 1 67- Desenberg. Harold B. .418 Desenberg. Henry B..418 Douglas. Mrs. Henry. 504- 527 Eckfield, Eugene 97 Eckles. Mrs. F. G 488 Eckstein H C 468 281-283-287-294-312-422 L 132 Eddy Bernard 115-391 Davidson, Lester C...418 Desmond, O. E.. . .38-350 Dow E W 397 Eddy Edwin . ..412 Davidson. Lillian 520 Davies Valentine. 326-369 DeTar. John 356-444 Detler, Bronk . 398 Dow, Mrs. E 503-506 Dow L. F 391 Eddy. George 398 Ede. Cecil F 40-433 Ederle, Dain H 426 Edgecumbe. Suzanna. .486 Edie, Franklin 448 Edmonds, A. Grace. ..40- 509-526 Edmonds, C. C 469 Edmonds, Edwin 321 Edmunds. Chas 308- 402-452-454 Edwards, Edward .... 97 Edwards, Frank. . .40-416 Edwards, Helen 528 Edwards, Thomas. .. .91- 97-298-306-395 Effinger, Mrs. John.. 505- 528 Effinger, John 10- 297-398-451 Effinger, Margaret .. 326- 477-485-505 Egeler, Carl 40 Eggert, Dorothy 169- 498-526 Eggman, Theodore. . .402 Egi, K 387 Ehlers, J. H 317 Ehrlick, Harold 283- 324-337-431 Eibler, Mrs. Irwin... 504 Eich, Louis 444-346 Eichorn, Eunice 527 Eiges, Herbert. .. .40-430 Einstein, Paul. .. 285-414 Eisele, Dudley. .91-98-301 Eisele. Lloyd. . .22-40-377 Eisely, Lloyd 405 Eisenberg, Louis 445 Eisenberg, Samuel... 445 Elconin, David 445 Elder. Livingston. . . .465 Elkin, Jos 430 Elledge, George 428 Elliott. Harold 422 Elliott, James 439 Elliott, John 420 Elliott, Margaret. .. .527 Elliott, Richard 403 Elliott. Schuyler. .370-447 Ellis. Jos 438 Ellis, Wade 370-415 Ellison, Clay 361-382 Ellit, Stanton 307 Ellsworth, Carlton. . .425 Elmer, Arthur 373 Elster, Robert 437 Elwood. Lois 40-526 Ely, Addison 391 Ely. Florence 617 Ely, G. C 142-453 Ely, Nathaniel 168- 304-391 Elzinga, E. R. . . . 404-457 EmblidKe. W. R 360 Emens, Mrs. E. L....488 Emens, E. D 98-366 Emerson, H 317 Emerson, H. W 314- 410-411-452-464 Emerson, Mrs. H. W..513 Emery. Charles 407 Emery, Dorothy 513 Emick, G. 384 Emmons, Jeannette. .341- 483-493 Emmons, V. 129- 130-133 Engass. Carl 171-410 Engelbach. Albert.. . .455 Engineering Honor Committee 357 Enginee ring Society.. 367 Engle, J. T 339 English. Cortez 439 Enriquez, Jose. . .386-388 Enriquez, Julia 386 Ensel. Lee... .287-323-414 Ensinger, S. Hayes 40-422 Ephlin. Donald 325 Erickson, E. L 301 Erickson, Helge 153- 154-156-372 Erlanson, C. D 317 Erley, Elsie 482 Ermann, Charlotte. . .40- 491-527 Esselstyne, Donna. . ..494 Esser. Helen 40 Esteves, Rene 369 Eterman. Dan 467 Etheridge. William B. 281-303-326-401 Ettelson, Leonard. . . .22- 40-431 Evans. Clarence. . .40-415 Evans, Evelyn 41 Evans, Lewis 436 1 J -! H 1 | Evans, R. B 339 " 3=CE a ff jJJMftfn J.--L ' -J.--l--LVl--L--L-.l--L-J.-J. 423-452 Goetz, Mildred. . . 156-536 Goetze, Alex C.. Jr... 399 Goldberg, Alfred D. . .421 Goldberg, S. E. . . 121-470 Goldberg, Stewart J. 414 Golden. E. Lawrence. 4 33 Golden Louis 429 Fisher, A. A 470 Freeman, R. M. ...98-433 Freeman, Thelma . 121-509 Freene, A. E 399 Evans, Ruth 486 Fisher. Mrs. Alfred.. 504 Fisher, Howard R 143 Fisher Ray 236- Geddes, Margaret .... 285- 326-331-351-485-513 Geddes, Maxine. . .513-343 Gee Merle 493 Evely, Arthur 403 Everett, Bess 41 Freimuth W A 349 Everett F L ... 339 237-297-391 Fisher Mrs Ray 507 Freitag, Andrew.. 374-376 Everett Meldon 482 Geeting W D 99 Everett, Robert. . ..98-427 Everett , Roby 298 Fisher, R. E 350 Fisk, Marion. .41-370-520 Fisk. Mrs. N. C 488 Fiske George F. . . . 394 Frence, Dorothy 162 French Leslie 168 Gehring. Waldo E 413 Gelder Ray H. . . 143 Everett, Walker 281- 287-321-402 Eversdyk R. E 98 French, Mrs. Leslie.. 530 French, Thomas 42 Frenger, Rosalie. .285-528 Freshman Girls ' Glee Club 343 Geniesse, Mrs. J. C.. .488 Geniesse, J. C. ...313-468 Genthe, Earl R. . . . 43-419 Gentz Donald F 433 Golden J D 99 Fiske Thomas 167- Goldman, Bernard. . .434 Goldman, Eugene, Jr.. 44 Goldsmith, Joseph D..437 Goldsmith. Melville A. 122 Goldstein, Theodore N. 130-134-434 Goldstone, Juels C...134 Goldwater, Leonard J. 44-258 Golf 272 Gondos, Victor. . .115-356 Gooch. Dorothy. . . 384-513 Good, J. E 99 Ewart, William 171 283-303-392 Fitch, Hannah 510 George Conrad . . . 460 Ewing, Arline... .342-519 Ewing, Charlotte 41- 331-519 Ewing, Geneva 508 Fitch, Margaret 504 Fitch, Susan 22- 42-289-473-490-510 Fitzgerald, Wendall..l33- 299-407-451 Fitzpatrick, F. J.. 121-452 Fitzpatrick, Robert 42-296 Flader, Edwin 42-417 Flarsheim. William. . .414 Fleckenstein, Richard 42- 417 Fleig, A. T 431 Freshman Spread Committee 485 Freshwater, Paul .... 436 Freud Henry 421 Germano, Edward J. 43- 371 Gerrie 99 F Failing J H 121 Freund, Rosaline 42- 331-332-491-527 Freyberg. Richard. . .360- 399 Friedgood, Harry .... 43 Geserich, Paul 417 Gess, Louis 91-99-366 Fairbanks, Karl J 91- 98-447 Fairman, Mrs. J 513 Falcone, Leonard 324 Falconer, Honora. . . .508 Gessner, Harold B..43-418 Giang, Ai Mei .. .385-528 Gibbe, L. Vernon. . . .465 Gibens G C 377 Friedman M. D 121 Gibson, Edward. . 236-241 Gibson Jane 331-528 Friedman Sarah ...523 Good, Marion .... 352-627 Good, William H 22- 44-420 Goodall, Harriet 616 Farnsworth, Mary. 53-530 Farquhar, George A.. 442 Fleischaker, William.. 42- 281-414 Fleischauer, H. W.. . . 404 Fleming, Roy. . . . 178-465 Fleming T W 440 Friedrich, Gertrude. . .493 Friel EC ... 99 Gibson L . 350 Gibson, Robert. . .246-254 Gibson, Wm. A., Jr... 43- 425 Friemouth, W. A 467 Fries, Mrs. Charles. .516 Fritsche. Harold 43- 281-339 Fritz, Francis 424 Frost, B. L 115- Goodall, R. W 349 Farrell, Stephen J...246- 247-253-259 Fasseulcemper, Neva Goodall, Ralph C 446 Goodman, Margaret. 326- 331 Goodrich, Edna. . . 157-496 Goodrich, Francis L..407 Goodrich, H. F... 299-459 Goodrich. Mrs. H. L..507 Fleming, W. S. 91-98-426 Fletcher Hall 448 Flood, Douglas .... 42-393 Florer, Frances. . .486-510 Florer, Herbert 401 Florer, Jeanette 610 Florer, Warren W....401 Floss, C. W 98-419 130-134 Giffen J Clark 140- 143-453 Gilbert. Roy 121- 300-452 Gildner, Henry G., Jr. 43- 423 Giles, Ada 527 Giles W Bliss 412 Fast Olive 341-529 318-382 Froemke, Harlan .... 398 Frogner, Allard 133- 293-309-451 Fronczak, J. E 114- 115-368 Fry. Grace 341-518 Frye, L. H 99-366 Fast R B 457 Faust W L 488-460 Fauster, John 452 Favrot, Laurence H. . . 22- 41-211-283-296-312-413 Fay Maude 493 Goodrich, Russell C...448 Goodspeed, Walter L. 44- 393 Goodyear, Adolph B..443 . Goodyear, Mrs. J. J...494 Gordon, Bernard D...418 Gordon, Jack Charles. 429 Gordon, Marjorie. 486-521 Gore Victor. . ... 8 Flower. Louise. . .482-486 Flower, Wallace M....22- 42-355-412 Flowerday, Gertrude.. 494 Flowers, Ross 410 Gilhams, Doris. . .333-341 Gill, Mrs 493 Fayfield, Elwood.. 281-326 Fazakerley, Fred. N. .140- 142 Fead, Maxwell E 423- 459 Fu, Y 385 Gill Martha 482-528 Fuller, Florence 311- 351-495-527 Fuller, Lillian 370 Furlong, H. A 121-451 Furlong, Marjorie. .. .162 Gillard. Don. K. . .134-273 Floyd, Burton D.. 321-407 Flynn, Southard 452 Fogle Jean 504 524-528 Gillete, E. P 457 Gillete. Mrs. Edward. 503- 519 Gillete Robt 406 Foley, Albert 408 Gorenflo, Oscar. . .374-397 Gorenflo. William F..397 Gorsline, Frances. . .341- 508 Goss Mrs 493 Fehlig, Kenneth. .373-422 Foley M K 121-458 Folger, H. T 317 Furstenbu rg. Albert. . 300- 308-458 Furstenburg, Mrs. Albert . 506 Feiler, Milton E 437 Feinsinger, Nathan P. 421 Feldman, Charles 384-430 Feldman, M. S.. .121-445 Feldstein, Martin 121 Folsom, Lawrence 42- 317-373-379 Football 221 Gillette, Wm. D 415 Gillies Carl L 422 Goss, Wm. M 44-411 Getting, Louis A.. 45-376 Gou, John 274-304 G Gabler, Cornelius. ... 178 Gabler Neal 399 Gillies, Rexford W. . . . 44 Gilmacher Elsa 289 Ford, A 317 Gilmore, Allen E. .143-453 Gilmore, Norman E. .287- 425 Gilmore. Thomas B.. .287- 395-451 Gilner, Fred E 44- 210-281-296-312-407 Gilpin, James R 168- 321-420 Goudy Alice 524 Fellows, Julian R.. . .98- 306-366 Fellows, Mrs. J. R.. . .488 Felske. Lydia M 41- 531-534 Felver H C 339 Ford, Josephine. .503-517 Ford Mary 42 Gabriel, Lewis Miller. 43 Gagley, R. C 99 Gough, Marion 524 Gould G J 337 Gaige F M 317 Gould. Laurence M...426 Gowans. William . .45-467 Gower. Chester ... 349-384 Gower, Earl F 407 Ford. R 349 Ford. Sylvester 399 Gaines, Donald H....422 Galanter, Maurice.. . .430 Galarneault, John T.130- 133 Galbraith, Kenneth B. 459 Galbraith, William K. 397 Gale, Ann. . ..331-503-506 Gale, George 43-402 Ford. W. H 399 Fenstermacher, W. A. 458 Foreman, M. L. ...98-364 Forestry Club 373 Gownett, John L 397 Graff. H. F 460 364-434 Graff Wilson . 281 Forsland, Carl 406 Gingrich, Arnold. . . .370- 417 Ginn. Douglas R 405 Ginsburg, Peter 429 Girls ' Mandolin Club. 342 Giroux, Josephine. 156-532 Girtwine, Eugene.... 44 Gladstone, Jules C. . . 293 Gladstone, R 431 Glasby, Rata 162 Glasgow, Horace .... 44- 311-426 Glasgow, Lyman J...426 Graham, Arthur D.. .140- 143 Graham, Frances L. . 45- 516 Graham, Chas 396 Ferguson, A. L... 313-468 Forsythe, Newton. .. .400 Forsythe. Warren . . . 301- 313-432-460 Fortune C H 317- Galens 300 Ferguson, H. W 98-454 Gallagher, S. Pauline. 43- 515 Gallancy, William. 99-365 Galli-Curci, Amelita..494 Gallogly, West H 133- 299-380 Galloway, C 382 Galloway, Louise 43- 483-508 Gallup Blanch 494 Ferris, George F 463 Ferris, Leonard W. . .133- 293-463 Graham Frank .398 426-457 Fortune, R 454 Graichen, Mrs. R. R..488 Graichers, R. R 382 Graley, Lena !618 Grandy, Anna. . .506-528 Granger. A. C.. .152-372 Granger, R 99- Foster, Emma 162 Fery Carl S 41- Foster, Florence. . 343-515 Foster, Lawrence 42- 382-460 Foster, Joseph 402 Foster William 409 373-379-409 Fetterly, Eunice 527 Fiebig, Florence H.. . . 41- 370-519 337-366-381 Granito, Frank H....371 Grant, J. A 99-433 Fought, L. W 98-454 Foust, W. L 121 Galvin, Sydney N 134 Gamma Eta Gamma. .463 Gamma Phi Beta.... 504 Gandy. Joseph E. . 281-407 Gantz, Maurice H. . . .143 Ganzhorn, E. C 455 Glass R L 118- 121-317-462 Gram, L. N.. .301-400-419 Graug Aimie 486 Field, Charlotta M.... 41 Field, Irene. .482-508-528 Fielder, Leonard C.. .130- 133-459 Fineman, Joseph J...434 Fingerle. Earl. . ..360-417 Fowler, G. C 98-366 Fowler, R. E 459 Fox, David A 168- 283-339-425 Fox. Edward 304- 354-357-442 Fox, Louis 414-448 Gleason, A. L 339 Gleason, G. P 460 Graulick, William.. . 99- 340-366-443 Graves, Arthur O.. . . 22- 45-214-297-401 Gleason, Lawrence A, 310 Gleason, Marjorie. 369-524 Garber, Lucile 154- 156-487-526 Garber, Martin D. . . .407 Garber, J. Otis 43 304-323-394 Graves. J. A 420 Gray, O. H 115 Gray. Hugh E 122-455 Gray, Archibald. . .45-391 Graybiell. G. P 460 Green, Clinton D 446 Green, Mrs. C. B 498 Green, Ernest T. ..45-428 Green, F. L 366 Fox, Muriel 535 313-390 Glee Club 337 Fox. Stanley... 437 Fralick, Ethel 527 Gardner, Lenore 513 Fink W L 313 Gare, Richard 168 Francis, George 456 Garfield, Marian Cath- erine 43-512 Garlinghouse, John . . 167- 283-292-303-442 Garriott, Margaret. . .528 Garrison, Mabel 493 374-454 Glover, Mrs. C. C.. ..512 Glover, Fred 391 Frank, Carl M 405 Frank, Dorothy 520 Frank, Hilda. .42-341-526 Frankel, Daniel 370 Finley, Charles 41 Finley, Elizabeth 508 Glover, Mrs. J. W.. . .494 Glover, Natalie. . . .44-607 Gluck Alma 493 Finn, Joseph.. 283-316-407 Finnic R G 118- Frankhauser, William 133-311 Franklin, Leo 42- 323-325-414 Fraternities 389 Garvey. J 417-462 Godby G F 99 Green, George F 118- 122-399-457 Green, Howard B 446 Green, Irving W.. 401-458 Green, Mrs. Otis. . . .511 Greene. A 349 121-300-462 Finsterwald, Mrs. Her- Garvey, Paul 308- 417-452-462 Gaskins, William 422 Godfrey, Dama A. .44-516 Goddard. E. C 451 Goddard, Mrs. Edward Fiordelis, Salvatore. . 130- 133-371 Firestone, William. . .143 Frayer. W. A 423 Gaspari, Emidio 371 Frayer. Mrs. William 515 Fredericks, Donald ... 22- 42-312-316-350 Freeman, Fred 168- 291-365-367-442 Freeman, Marian. . . .494 Gasper, Marjory W. . .455 Goddard. Miriam .... 526 Goebel, Hubert G 174- 417 Goellner, Fred 291- Gates, Daniel C 443 Greene. Arnold D. ... 45 Greene, Florence. . . .506 Greenbaum, Samuel L. 45-414 Fischer, Harvey .. 133-463 Fischer, Helen M. .41-526 Fischer, L. P 456 Gates, Lucy 493 Gaubis, Anthony 43 364-384 Goetz, Angus 300- ' -r.T.r.Trrrr Greenfield, Henry . . .122- 470 Greenland, Lillian E. . 45 Greenman, Max F. ...425 Greenwald, Dorothy. 45- 294-332-491-499 Greenwald. Gertrude. 627 Greenwood. Mrs. M. . . 508 Gregg, A. F 460 Greiner, Roger 306 Greiner, Waldo. . .168-417 Gregory. A. Lee 840 Gregory, Bern ice. ... 45 Gregory, Edward .... 45 Gregory, Helen. . .45-518 Gregory, E. Payson..315- 426 Gregory, R 406 Grever, Earl 281-407 Grever, Carl 407 Grey, Imogene 487 Greyn, M. V 100 Gridley, Winifred. .45-504 Griest, Richard 391 Griffen. Mrs. C. E... .617 Griffin, George 100- 298-427 Griffin, Marion 532 Griffith, W. H 313 Griffith, R. C 100- 366-466 Griffiths, Catharine .. 285- 512 Griffith, Orrin 465 Griffitts, Marion 46 Grimm, Carl 398 Grisler, Donald 310- 339-416 Grismore, G. C 299- 309-459 Grix, Dorothy 173- 514-534 Groff. Burton. .. .374-454 Groff, Lucile 343- 515-529 Groomes. Margaret . . 157- 486-487 GrothanK. W. W. .143-453 Groves, Benjamin. . . .404 Groves, Henry 384 Grover, Jeanne 506 Grubb. Ray 403 Grube. Charles. . .234-406 5ruber, A. Lester. . .434 Gruncharoff, A. J. . . . 364 Grundy, Harry 432 Grylls, John 304- 321-325-394 Grylls, Richard 134- 394-451 Guenin, Maurice. . . .100- 301-365 Guentner, Edward... 176 Guernsey. Elwood. . . .324 Guernsey, Martha. . .499- 513 Guesnberg, E. A 431 Guetschow, Henrietta. 46 Guettel. Edward 431 Guild. S. R 317 Gundlach, Henrietta. .535 Gunther, Edward. . . .461 Gustine. Helen . . .351-527 Guthe. Mrs. Karl.... 505 Guthrie, William 323 Gutov, Isadore 434 Guttenberg, Earl 289 Guttman, Max. .. 384-430 Guttzelt. Edith 369 H Ha, L. P 453 Haab, Alma 345 Haas. Cecil H 139-411 Hackett, Joseph F. ...122 Hackett, J. Frank. ..462 Hackfield. A. W 424 Haden, Clayton R. ...419 Hadley. P. B 317-399 Haehnle. Phyllis 508 Haflin, Paul 384 Hagerman, Clyde. ...821 Haggarty, George. .. 167- 236-244-262-265-303-393 Hague. R. F 382 Haidle. A. William. .172- 424 Haidle, W. A 453 Haight. Antoinette. . .345 Haight, Harry H....123- 462 Haight, J. Bradley. ..403 Height. Lauren 283 Hainbecker, Lucy... 157- 487 Hainer, Lilah 528 Hakeman, Winifred M. 166 Hakusui, Matsuzo . . . 302- 387 Halberg, R. H 100 Halberg, O. C 116 Halce. S. H 168 Haldar, Asha Latika.526 Hale, Clayton G 22- 46-316-423 Hale, Harold L 316 Hale Howard. .. .283-323 Halfert, Elizabeth R. 46- 518 Halgren, Harry N. ..339- 412 Halgrim, Ronald T. . .289- 323-415 Hall, Alfred G 172 Hall, Arthur G 411 Hall, Foster A 178 Hall, Grace 370-507 Hall, Harlow J... 143-443 Hall, Harry A.. . .130-134 Hall, Harry L 464 Hall, Helen 289- 370-507 Hall House 536 Hall. John W 425 Hall, Lawrence H....427 Hall, Dr. Louis P.... 382 Hall, Marjorie 46- 369-487-526 Hall, Muriel B.. . .157-482 Hall, R. T. B 423 Hall, Mrs. Robert... 616 Hall, Mrs. Walter. ..515 Hall, Warren H 466 Hall. Wm 46-391-400 Halladay, Hope 46- 341-439-505 Haller, Charlotte 611 Haller, Geo. 134 Haller, Mary M 46 Halley. M. M 384 Halley, Wm 321-325 Halley, Wm. B 46 Halloway. Wm., Jr.. 50 Halsey, Robert V 406 Halstead, Jay 384 Halstead, John 398 Hames, Weldon T....403 Hamill, Bernard 415 Hamilton, Chas. F...154 Hamilton. D 454 Hamilton, Geraldine M 122-509 Hamilton, Howard H..400 Hamilton, Isabelle. . .526 Hamilton. Miss Jean. 10- 490-491-527-528-530 Hamilton, Thelma. . . 493 Hamilton, Wm 395 Hamley, Mrs. Harry. .506 Hamlin, Florence. . . .535 Hamm, F. C 458 Hammock. Jess 420 Hammock, Olin C. ...138 Hampton, Urvan W. .442 Hanaf ee. F. J 382 Hanchett, Benjamin . . 8 Hancock, Helen. .384-526 Handy, Willis H 446 Hanford, Harry F. . . .415 Hanford. J. H 396 Hanford. Mrs. J. H..522 Hanft, C. F.. .150-313-314 Hanley, John H.. 373-416 Hanlin, Helen 513 Hann, H. W 317 Hanna. Mark E 456 Hanselman, Margaret 519 Hansen, D. C 420 Hansen, H. S 350- 447-457 Hanslosky. Julius A. 350-444 Hanson, E. D 46-350 Hanson, Julius G.... 47 Hapeman, Winifred. . 518 Harbridge, Alice B. . . 47- 486-526 Harder. Daisy. . . .486-524 Harder. Isabel 531 Harding. Lillian 517 Hardy, Elsie 529 Harelik, Ely W 445 Harger, Beulah B. ..518- 535 Harison, John J 405 Harkridee, Raymond H 47 Harlan, John F 433 Harley, Aileen 527 Harley. Fred M 114- 116-318-465 Harley, Joseph S 415 Harley, Margaret A. . 47 Harnan, Florence. 498-622 Harpee. F. R.. 47-175-457 Harper, Ralph D. .47-350 Harrington, Doris. . . .504 Harrington, George. .400 Harrington, Jean .... 408 Harrington, M. H. ...350 Harris, E. L., Jr.. . .150- 151-349-440 Harris, Gerald. ... 47-373 Harris, G 317-379 Harrrs, L. G 150-151 Harris, Sam D... 143-321 Harris, Will L 402 Harris, Wendell O. . . . 467 Harrison, Charlotte. . 331- 351-527 Harrison, Hugh W...122 Harrison, W. Groce. .410 Harrison, William G.. 47 Harrold, T. Glenn... 168- 409 Harryman, Ward.... 300 Harsh, Nancy 341 Hart, Frederick P.. . .420 Hart. Vernon L. .122-460 Hart. Ruby 287 Hart, William D 469 Hartle, W. G 337-436 Hartman, Gregory B. 143-443 Hartnell, Richard D. 47- 310-339-369-425 Hartshorn, Dorothy. .341- 494-504 Hartwell, Arthur R. .340- 417-468 Hartwell, M 376 Hartwell, Maurice V.. 47 Hartwick, Edward N. 397 Hartwig, Dr. Herta..513 Hartz, F. M 458 Hartzell, Bernard W..418 Harvey, Ellura 351- 486-526 Harvey, M. S 100 Harvey, Ruth 47-529 Hascall, Elizabeth. .. 173- 508-528 Hascall, Elton F., Jr.. 467 Hasley, C. K 457 Haskell. Mark 504 Haskell, Mary .. .341-485 Haskell, William 408 Haskins, Elizabeth . . 369- 528 Haskins, J. C 285- 377-415 Haskins, Mary E 47 Haskins, Olive E 162 Haskins, Warren M. . .428 Hassberger. John . . . 170- 321-300-325-326 Hastings, Elizabeth .. 343 Hastings, Havileh Ebert Jr 47 Hastings, Robert E. .272- 425-457 Hatashita, E 387 Hatch. M. H 317 Hathaway, Harold W. 47- 339-376-377-469 Hattendorf, Homer. . 22- 48-211-219-246-249-251- 253-296-407 Haufmann, Karl E...411 Hauft, Cyril 151-374 Hauser, Hjalmer S. .. 46 Hauslovsky, Julius A. 46 Hausman, Benjamin. 100- 301-306-361-382-418 Hauxwell. Vera. .343-529 Haven, Richard J.. 48-469 Havens, J. C 48 Hawbridge, J. J 374 Hawken. Helen H.. 48-504 Hawkins, Harry. .234-406 Hawkinson, Roy E. . . 283- 461 Hawks. Kenneth M. . . 48- 339 Hawley, H. M 399 Hawn, Eleanora 341- 498-522 Hawxhurst, M. M....399 Hay. John.. .171-403-463 Hayashi, Katsno 387 Hayden, Elizabeth. . . 610 Hayden, J. R 382- 386-407 Hayden, Lewis C 48 Hayden, Perry 283- 316-376-356-420 Hayes. Elizabeth 519 Hayes, Lyles 519 Hayes, L. G 424 Hayes, Russell R.. 171-463 Hayes, Wesley G 172 Hayes, William E 400 Haynie, Harry R 401 Hays, Edith M 48 Hays, Elizabeth. .331-527 Hays, James 384-400 Hays, Mrs. J. Griffith 506 Hays, Luverne 331- 483-497-519 Hays, Margaret 511 Hays. Mary E 22-511 Hayward, Homer. . . .448 Hazel, J. K 317-460 Hazel, J. K 382 Healy, Bruce 395 Hoarding, W. S 281- 304-364-417 Heath, Forrest A 397 Heath, Homer. . .323-325 Heath, Mrs. Homer.. 507 Heath, M. W 246 Heath, Sadyebeth .... 508 Heath, W. W 174- 357-432 Hebauf. Helen. . .351-528 Heckert, Joseph K. . . .122 Hediger, Fred 100- 364-388 Hedrick, Donald W...410 Hegener, Lucile. . .46-521 Heideman, Esther... 48- 352-526 Heideman, Karl P. ...409 Heidloff, Ralph C 438 Heigoh, W. Stevens.. 397 Heilbrunn. L. V 317 Heilbrunn, Mrs. L. V. 515 Heilbrunn. Marian K. 48-499 Heilig, John 373 Heineman, Arnold. . .447 Heinz, Charles H.. ..323- 410 Heiser. Jewel 48-522 Helen Newberry Resi- dence 517 Heller, Catherine 498- 318 Heller. F. W 100-366 Hellmuth. Erma J. . . . 48 Hellwarth, Arlene R..433 Helm, Marjorie 521 Helms, Jacob 122 Hemenger. G. A 376 Hempel. Frieda 494 Henderson, Laurens W 459 Henderson, Olive 352 Henderson, Orra 509 Henderson, Robert. . .283- 326 Henderson, W. P 164- 157-262-413 Hendrickson, Grace. .494 Hendrickson, Mildred 384-369 Henkel, Louis P 122 Henkel, Mrs. L. P.. ..488 Henry, Bernice 486 Henry, Doris L... 384-455 Henry, F. P 283 Henry, Leland T.. 300-452 Hensel, Hildegarde. ..510 Henwood. G. H 376 Henwood, Joseph . .48-382 Hepburn, Franklin D. 401 Herapor. H. C 285 Herbert, Daniel H. . . .439 Herdman, Mrs. E. K..513 Herman, John Marvin 428 Hermann. G. R... 308-451 Hermitage 419 Herold. G. A 350 Hersman, E. Glen... 432 Herrera, William D...116 Herrick. Merriam C...399 Herrick, Oakley 464 Herrick, Vaughn A.. .395 Herrmann, George. . .300 Herrmann, Josephine. 533 Hernstein. Wm. . . 230-403 Hertel, Elizabeth . 513-534 Hcrzog, Althea 162 Hesse, Grace 369-518 Hessler, Reta J 48 Hester, George B 411 Heston, LeRoy G 406 Heusman, Mary 487 Hewitt. Edward S.. . . 48 Hewold. E. J 337-339 Heym, Raymond S. ..413 Hibbard, Urnoria A.. 49- 283-474-490-528 Hickey, Preston M.. .300- 308-452 Hickling, Edward. . . . 384 Hicks, Alice 610 Hicks, Grant T 417 Hicks, H. H 461 Hicks, J. E 453 Hicks, Sam J 49 Hicks. W. H 436 Hieber, Leroy E. ..49-428 Higbie, H. H 466 Higgins, Cordelia. .. .511 Higgins, E. J 246- 285-401 Higgins, Frances. . . .486 Hightower, E. W 466 Higley, Mrs. A. M 511 Higley, Alice 486 Higley, Charles S....281- 356-398 Higuchi, Toyoji 387 Hildebrandt, F. J 91- 100-301-365-438 Hildebrandt, W. O 422 Hileman, Mildred A.. 99- 526 Hill, Barrie 321 Hill, Bernice 326-504 Hill, C. C 100 Hill. Emerson L.. 424-464 Hill, G. Carlton .. 325-398 Hill. Leroy F 172-461 Hill, L. R 100 Hill, P. Barre 409 Hill. Theron S 462 Killer, Patti 49- 483-370-496-515-526 Hillery, Vernon F...420- 459 Hillman. M 460 Hillmarks. Morris. . . .421 Hills, Mrs. C. K 612 Hills, C. R 460 Hilsinger, Harold. 100-454 Hilton, J 349 Hilton, V. J 152- 154-426 Himelberger, Russel J. 455 Himelstein, S. H....139- 434 Hinchman, F. Archer 393 Hinchman, P. A 393 Hincks, Sarah 504 Hinde, Howard M 246- 256 Hine, Emily L 22- 99-281-283 Hinkley, Frances .... 628 Hinsdale. W. B 465 Hinser. G. S 100 Hinshaw, Anne 510 Hinshaw, T. D 395 Hinze. Theodore 448 Hirsch, J. B 122-431 Hirschfield, Oscar. 49-321 Hirschman, Joseph R. 49-414 Hirschman, Julian... 414 Hirschman, Ruth.... 527 Hirt. Paul S 415 Hirth, Alfred C. . .134-451 Hirwas, Charles L...122- 452 Hiss. Cristel 179 Hiss, J. W 168 Hiss. R. A 291 Hitchcock, Ralph V. ..393 Hitchcock. W. H 134- 451 Hixson, Dumont F. . . .435 Hoad, Hortense 49- 326-331.504 Hoad, William 399- 442-466 Hoag, Kenneth... .49-289 Hoag, Lynn 308 Hoar, James T 49 Hobbs, Alton D 122 Hobbs, Prof. W. W..315- 38 Hobbs. Winifred S. . . 49- 370-511 Hobson, Thelma 530 Hochrein, Helen 516 Hockey 271 Hockwig, Wilfrid 134- 349-346 Hodges. J. H 313-468 Hodges, R. W 366 Hodgins, George E. . . 91- 101-301 Hodgman, Charles E. 49-311-350 1 i i . ! ! h 1: f Hodgson, Joseph V.. .459 Hodsworth M J. ..460 Hunter G W . . . 466 Jennings, Clayton. . .129- 135 Jennings, Helen 52- 369-526 Jennings, Rex 369 Kahn. Edgar A 118- 123-452 Kahn. Ruth 331- 505-528 Kai. Shau L 103 Howard, R. Theodore. 417 Howard, William . 281-398 Howbert. Edgar C. . . . 50 Howbridse, John 454 Howe, Doris 345-494 Hunter, Marion A... 123- 355-246 Hunter, Traves S 135- 349-464 Huntington. E. J 399 Huntting, Selden. 373-443 Huo, Chi Fang. . . .51-385 Hursley. Frank M....409 Hurwich, Abe 135-431 Hurwich, J. A 431 Hus. Y 366 Husband, Hermine. . .515 Husselman, J. H. . .51-376 Hussey, R. C 315-317 Hussey. Mrs. W. J.. .513 Hutchings, Kent G. . . 395 Hutchins, C. S 406 Hutchins H B 296- Hoedemaker, E. D. . . 339 Hock, Herman 403 Hoey, Harry D 22- 49-210-283-297-312-354- 401 Hoff N S 411-453 Jennings, Ruth 341- 351-485-527 Kaiser H L 53- Howe, Knox B... 291-408 361-377-411 Kaiser, Pauline. . 344-494 Kaisers. Emil M 436 Hoff, Mrs. N. S 512 Hoffman, C. E. ..349-405 Hoffman, Forest E. . . 464 Hoffman. G. Z 22- 50-321-325-326-410 Hoffman H 135 Howell, A. Allen 394 Howell. Blanche 529 Howell, C. A 394 Howell, D. Asten....394 Howell Martha . . . .510 Jerome, Gilbert 400 Kalmbach, Dorothy.. 505 Kalmback. Dorothy. .. 341 Kamin, Dorothy 283 Kamin Harry 369 Jerome, Paul . . . 399 Jeserich, P. H 140- 144-317-453 Jessops, Ellice 157 J Hop 359 Howell Ruth A 50- Kane Carl E 316- Hoffman H B 123- 283-528 Howell. R. B 453 Howell, Mrs. R. B 512 Hower, Charles M. . . .123 442-523 Kanter H 470 308-354-452 Hoffman, Hymen .... 434 Hoffman, L. Wallace. 294- 369-422 Hoffman, Mrs. Wesley 515 1 Hoffman T E 444 J Hop Committee. . . .358 Joachim, Ralph 409 Kao C Y 385 Kappa Alpha Theta. .511 Johnesse, Adaline 369-510 Johns, Edward 402 Howes, Harrison D...469 Howland, Marion .... 50- 487-496-526 Howland, Mrs. W. A.. 494 Hewlett, H. E 130- 135-464 Hoyer, Roy 323-325 Hoyt, Donald F 455 Hoyt Herbert W . .400 392-451 Hutchins. Helen 506 Hutchins, Janice 51- 531-533 Hutchinson, Lucille. . 487- 496 Hutchinson, Mazwell Weston 51 Hutton, John H 51 Hutzel, Mrs. A 345 Hutzel, Raymond F. . .412 Hyde, Arthur K.. 114-406 Hyde, Burton E. L. . .310- 460 Hyde. George W.. 442-451 Hyde. Laura E 51- 341-516 Hyde LaVern F 433 Kappa Kappa Gamma 508 Kappa Phi 486 Kappa Phi Sigma. . . .350 Johns, Marion M 163 Johnson, A. H 294- 428 Johnson, Anita. . . .52-517 Johnson, Austin. ... 118- 123-300-460 Johnson, Blanche. .. .529 Johnson, Conrad. 169-465 Johnson C T. 301 Hoglund, G. 366 Hoheisel, W. F 154- 157-372 Hokin, Zelma. . . .343-523 Holbrook, Evans. . 299-392 Holden, Elizabeth. . .487- 526 Holdsworth, Lucille.. 521 Holdsworth, Moses J..170 Hollands, Ester D. ..345- 494-513 Holland, N. E 283 Hollister, Richard. . . .346 Hollister K L 432 Kappa Sigma 406 Kappes, Louise O.. . .123- 509 Karay, Emmanuel. .. 370 Karbel Sidney J 429 Hoyt, Hobert D 399 Hoyt. Thora M 508 Hozack, Margaret La Verna 50 Hromadke, Louis. ... 50 Hsu, W. L 385 Hsu Y 385 Johnson, Donald E. ..321- 412 Johnson, Doris 529 Johnson, Ellen 343 Karle, Elsie 53-341 Karnerer, Violef 53 Karpinski, Mrs. L. C. 513 Karpinski, Robert W. 409 Johnson, Evelyn. . . . 52- 369-487-526-527 Hsu Ying 101 Hollon, Harriott C. . . 50- 341-528 Holmberg, Earl 448 Holmes, Herbert G...143 Holmes J H 447 Hu, A. K 385 Hua, F. H 385 Hua. J. F 385 Hua J T 51 Johnson, Helen. . .341-508 Johnson, Isabelle. . . . 163 Johnson, James B...364- 425 Johnson, Kathryn. . . .536 Johnson, Margaret. .. 530 Johnson, Martha 163 Johnson, Norman. . .311- 340-350-356 Johnson. Orville W...422 Johnson, Phyllis. .516-527 Johnson, S. E.... 101-366 Johnson, Stuart 401 Kassner J. L ...313 Hymens, Ella 518 Hymans, Olive 518 I Ide, Frances 51- 342-384-526 Ide. S 387 Idema. James F 22-52 Her, Herbert. .91-101-364 Katz M ...364 Katz. Maxwell 102 Katz Philip 123 Huang. C. Y 385 Hubacker, E. F 366 Hubbard, Catherine. .504- 528 Hubbard. E. A 50 Hubbard G. S ... 140- Katz. Vera 53-326-370 Kaufmann. Mrs. C. K. 513 Kaufman. Karl E... 22-53 Holmes, J. W 349-427 Holmes, R. F 382 Holmes, Thelma M..163- 486 Holmes, W. J 382 Kawamura. Yo... 387-530 Kawasaki J 387 Holmes, W. Wendell. .405 Holt, Elizabeth 507 143-453 Hubbard. H. A 406 Hubbard H H 101- Imerman, G. P 431 Imerman, Stanley. . . .431 Kay Reva . .520 Holt, Richard Watkins 50 Holt Tinnie 343-486 Kayl G W 144 306-355-364 Hubbard, J. A 419-448 Hubbard. Katherine. . 343 Hubbard. Leon H 439 Hubbard L L 8 Johnson, Thomas. ... 52 Johnson. W. C... 101-364 Johnston. C. T 411 Keane. William G 135 Kearney. Mark G 200 Kearns Jack... .102-298 Inghram. John .. .420-451 Ingle R T 423 Holzman. Alfred 421 Inglis, Mrs. James... 511 Keefer, Jackson 303 Keegan, Margaret Ann 51-331-341-506 Keegan, Robert . . 395-448 Keeler Hugh E 366 Honeychurch, Richard J 400 Honor Council 531 The Honorary Socie- ties (Women) 489 Hookey. J. A 123-455 Hoon. Orville M 392 Hooper, Estelle. . .503-515 Hooper, Royce B 419 Hooper, William 373 Hoorn, F. W 361-381 Hootkins, Judith .... 50- 370-520 Hoover, Mrs. D. R. . . 488 Hoover, W. F 123-457 Hopkins D F 461 Johnston, Florence. . .511 Johnston, W. H 349 Hubbard. R. G 458 Hubbard, S. A 51 Hubbard, W. DeHart 246-258-439 Hubbard. W. A 22 Inglis, Mrs. William. 519 Ingmanson, Alice T..157- 535 Intramural Depart- ment . . . 275 Jones, Carroll 213- 287-312-463 Jones, Catherine .... 53- 522-528 Jones, Dorothy 53- Keeler, Mrs. Hugh. .516 Keeler, Nelson S 462 Hubbell. V. R 384-420 Huber, Mrs. Carl. . . .507 Huber. Carl 51-413 Huber F I .154- Iota Sigma Pi 497 Ipland. Nelly 157-529 Ireland ML ... .283 484-498-510 Jones, E. C 101-366 Jones. Mrs. Elroy. . . .528 Jones, G 440 324-325-355-404 Keil, Margaret 54-514 Keim, Ameron D 452 Keim Earl G 426 Ireman Hazel I 162 157-153-372 Huber, G. C 300- 308-457 Huber J F 239-413 Irey Mrs P R ..488 Irving, A. J 461 Jones, Harry 467 Keim Harther 300- Jones, Helen 154- 308-452 Keiper, George F. Jr. 452 Keith Albert 439 Huber, Lucy 507 Huber C 351 246-254-296-307-350- 356-408 Isbey, Edward 415 157-487-526 Jones. Ida 530 Hopkins K M 461 Huck, M. C 468 Hueni. J. F 51 Huesgen, Gladys 345 Huesman, Mary 486 Jones. J. P 317 Hopkins, Ola 527 Hopkins, Ora.. . 494 Kelder, Katherine. . .343- 508-528 Kellar, Kenneth 283- 408-356 Kellar, Leonard, A. ..416 Keller Ben 430 Iverson, Stanley 404 Ives J R ... .396 53-337-411 Jones. L. F 382 Jones, Lowell 378 Hora. Frederick A.. . .405 Horan, Tom 170 Horine. Frances. . 331-342 Horn, R. D 426 Huff, Frances 486 Huff. Sidney 398 Hughes, Gwyn M . . . . 428 Hulbert, Elizabeth ... 507 Hulbert, Emily .. .507-528 Hulbner M W 51 Ives, Mary. . .331-495-506 Izume, S 387 Jacka P G 366 Jones, M 454 Jones, Margaret 53- 331-333-491-528 Jones, Myron 466 Jones, Parker. . . .144-456 Jones, Ralph W 101- Hornbeck, Royena ... 532 Hornberger, T. R. . . .177- 350 Hornung R M 410 Keller, Mae 627 Jackman, H. W 313- 339 Jackson. David H 52 Jackson, Frances .... 370 Keller, P. J 432 Keller Swight .400 Hull Blanche 526 Kelley, Alfred Eugene 448 Kelley Donald S 417 Hosking. F. S 424 Hull E I 465 422 Jones. R. W 173- Hosmer. Virginia. ... 370 Hoslrup. C. C 411 Hullet Henry 373 Hullett V E 366 382-436 Jackson, J. G 364 Jacobs, Charlotte. 370-510 Jacobs Edith 52-384 364-372 Kelley Philip H 464 Hostrup, Jacob 101- 301-306-361-365-378- 381-382-411 Hotchkiss, W. T 300- 410-457 Houck. Dorothy L....162 Houf, Harold D 466 Hough, Cass S 167- Hulscher, Elaine. ... 370- 371-528 Hulscher, H T. . . 101 Kellog J K 350 Jones, Sam 398 Kellogg W 54 Jontz, Wilbur 53 Jordan House 534 Jordan, Carl 101 Kelly, Carlos D 404 Kelly, Dorothy 54- 351-370-521 Kelly, Eleanor M 163 Kelly, John W 136- 212-246-299-354 Kelsey, Corrine-Rider 494 Kelsey, Easton T. . . 396 Hulse, S. H 304-407 Hulswit, Charles 402 Hume, Sarah .... 510-532 Hummer, R. J 303- 323-325-354-355-398 Humphrey, C. M 423 Humphrey. Elizabeth Lee 51-281-515 Humphrey, J. W.. 101-301 Humphreys, Elizabeth 51-503-508 Humphreys, Louise.. 341- 508-528 Humphreys, Mrs. W. .513 Humphreys. W. R. ...410 Hungerford, Becher W 309-425 Hunt. Nora C 494 Hunt, Stella 494 Hunt W F 424 Jacobs. Helen .... 52-384 Jacox. Harold 337-356 James, William R 392 Jameson, Elizabeth. . .518 Jameson, Mary. . . .52-341 Jarrett, Fred T 467 Javalas, Thomas. 287-321 Jay, John. .. .349-369-428 Jedele Erwin J . . 425 Joseph. Joe 53-380 Joy. Mrs. Henry B. ..527 281-303-403 Houland. Dell 352 Houseworth, Manning 283 Houvener, Harold L. .140- 143-461 Hover, C. S 900 Joyner, Nelson. . .246-257 Judson, John. .. .373-424 Juistema. E. J 144 Jump, Herbert. .... .404 Kelsey. F. W 396 Kelsey. Mrs. Francis. 507 Kelsey. T. W 409 Jeffrey. Dorothy 22- 52-326-331-332-333-474- 483-490-495-507 Jeische, J. C 382 Jekel Alfred 52 Junior G i r 1 Play Committee 829 Junker, A. J 144 Juster, Eugene 123 K Kadow, Edna 167- Kempf. L. W 468-493 Kenaga. Vera. .54-352-526 Kendall, Chauncey. . .439 Kendall. Cyril L.. 135-426 Kendall. Lilias. ..283-352 Kendrick, Doris 509 Kendrick, Fay 366 Kennedy, Elizabeth. . .528 Kennedy, Howard E..402 .. r-r.T.,- Hover, F. B 461 Howard, Charlotta. . . 50- 341-487-526 Howard E. 372-349 Jekel Karl A 428 Howard, Ervin 154- 157-443 Howard, Harvey ... 384 Howard, Helen Louise 50- 281-519 Jekel, Oscar H. . . 337-428 Jenks, Ida 52-341-528 Jenks, Lee 511 Jenks Rhea 518 329-352-492-513 Kagay. Helen 369 Kagiyo. Y 387 Kahler, Myron 373 Hunter. C. W. ...339-425 Jenners, Dorothy .. 52-527 P s tf2 = )---l---i---l---l. ' -l. ' -l- -l. ' -l- ' -L ' -l.--L ' J. ' -LJ ' Kennedy James E. . . 373- Kline, Edward L. ...318- sjpttf ' ilgte Kunow Walter .... 231 400-402-506 465 Kuroishi K. . . .387 Kennedy Lucille 482 Kline Rita 523 Kurt Henry . 172 Kling Philip 394 Kurtz Charles T 55-403 Kenrick Charles F. ..102 Klinger Mildred 55-481 Kurtz Robert M 403 Kent, Charles S 54 Kent Leland H 302 Klingman, T 454- 458-503-511 Kuster, K. C 317-488 Kutt F H 140-144-453 Kent-Miller, Mary 519 Kentta, A. H 384 Klock, James F 436 Klooz, Elsie 55- Kuttnauer. Melvin J..437 Kenyon H. A 412 486-497 Kepler. Murray J 102- Klossen, C. W .339 Kychner, Marion H. . .493 Kyer Mrs C F 512 512 Kyer, Jean 289-510 54-281-297-397 333-346-352-495-518 Kerr, Marjorie 54-519 Kerr William W. Jr. Knapp. S. S 55-349 Kyriakopulos, Aristo- 168-304-358-397 Knapp, T. J 307 Kniper, F. J 453 L Labadie John . . . 300 Kesden D J ..144 Kniskern. Paul. . .287-462 Lacy, N. E 423 Kessel William ..469 Knisley. June 167- Ladd, Alphra 329- Kessell, Mary Cather- 326-327-331-492-495- 508 352-492-528 Ladd Mrs S . . .511 Kessinger, Lela G. . . . 54 Kessler C F 427 Knowlson, Olive 505 Knox William C.. .55-331 Lafayette, Francis D..391 Later James A 399 Keunzel. Mildred 485 Kevin Paul . . 373 Koch, Calvin S 401 Koch, Otto C 448 La Fever, Sidney L. .123- 460 Keydel Helen P 158 Kocher, Katherine. . .505- Laibly William 384 Keydel K R 291- 535 Laidman Helen 623 Kock F W 65-376 Laird W A 467 Keyser Helen 54-508 Koeble Edith . . . 158-486 Laitner Ruth 56-528 Kidd A L 440 Lake, Florence 622 Koenig H. B. ..174-401 Lake Lillian . ...522 Koenig Otto G 373-419 Lake O W 103- IKief P N . .144-456 Koepcke, Albert F. . . 292- 366-382-433 419 Lally Lucius 408 Kiefer. LeRoy E 169 Kiel, Bertha. .369-483-526 Kiel, Margaret 333 KJely, Marian. . .482-533 Kilduff E C 384 Koester, Carl J 102- 281-408 Kohlar, O. Daniel. . .469 Kohler, Robert F. ...281- 360-396 Lally, Thomas B. . . .176- 464-408 Lam. K. H 385 Lambda Chi Alpha. . .416 Lambert F. B 56-22 Kile, Robert F. . .381-419 Killing, F. E 419 Kolb. Bernard S 414 Kolb, Marian 55-506 Kolb N C ... .364-391 Lambertson. Frank V. 135-350-467 Lamm H S . . .385 504 Kilpatrick, Lucia 503- 509 Komora, Andrew M...102 Konold Grace G ... 493 Lament, Howard C.. .416 Kimball. Albert J 402 Kimball R 54-457 Konwinski. Katherine 22-55-484-514-563 Lamoree, Thomas G. .408 Lampe EC .... 56 Kimball W S 404 Koon. Edith 493 Lampie, E. C 467 Kimmich. Fred A.. .168- Koon, Margaret. .374-522 Koon M E 150-151 Lan, Anna 385-497 Kinai F 387-527 Kooyoomyian, M. C..102- 364 Kincaid, Earle E 135 Kindel, Thomas G. . . 54- 211-281-296-312-404 King, Bertram S 22- 54-425 King, Helen 54-498 King, Mrs. Horace... 515 King H W 301 Koplin, Barney 418 Korack. Marcel 523 Korecki. Mrs. W 488 Korenkiewicz, B. L. . 55- 373-379 Kortman, H. E 454 Kovach, Alex J 102- . . 369 Landy. Milton R 421 Lane, Arthur L. . .103-366 Lane, Dorothy. 56-341-491 Lane, L 289-337 Lane, Victor H., Jr. 135-451 Lang, Josephine 56- 487-524 King, Thomas M.. 102-408 Kovan, Dennis D....123- 470 Lang, Robert 408-448 Langdon Elva 326- 392 Kraft. Wilbur G. . .55-417 Kramer Louis 429 331-333-519 Langford T S 457 351 King, Walter F.. 102-366 Kingery R H 317 Krasne, Phillip N 418 Kratz, Frederick S...91- 162-298-364-367-466 Langlois, L. H 56-317 Langthorn, M. A 482 Langton, C. V 412 Kratz, William C. . . . 102- Lanzar, Maria. .. 386-527 Kingsley Sarah ....486 215-298-321-323-325-413 Lapham, Elizabeth. . .508 Kinley Harold 466 Kraus EH 10- Kinsel O J 140-144-461 314-315-374-398 Lapp Samuel E .,..427 Kipke, Harry 22- 55-210-218-225-236-240- 26 9 - 9 96-402 Kraus, Mrs. Edwin H. 486-515 Kraus Mentor ..414-448 Laraway, Helen . . 505-528 Larganesse, Mabel . . . 163 Lamed Berle E 415 Kipp Adelbert M 417 Krause Paul E 130- Kipp K E 339 135-413 LaRowe, P. E 337 Krause Richard 102-298 LaRue C . . 317 180-454 Kirk, Mrs. Vallie. . .493- 508 Kirkkowski. Mrs. Al- bert . . . .618 Kreiger, Leslie W 412 Kreis, C. Coolidge. . . 171- 451 Kremlicka. K. J 337- 349-448 LaRue. G. R 317 Larson, E. P 56- 315-410 Larson, L. M 56-526 LaSha. S. S 382 Kirkpatrick Lemuel 403 Kressback Carl C 169-465 Lasker G S 420 Kirsch Guy W 55- Krettuce, Sarah D. . . . 163 Laskey, Edward D. ...147 339-369-377-422 Kirschman, Robert. . .406 Kirschner, Arden .... 287- 308-421 Kretschmar, Fred R. .102 Kretzchmar, N. R. . . .55- 102-457 Krickbaum, Earl D...399 Kritz B R 91- Laskey, Harry L 409 Lathers, Lillian 341 Lathrop. Henry T. ...393 Latson. Merle D.. 103-364 Latta H K 339-356 Kittredge R C 167 103-366-466 Latta. H. K 56 Kleene H 392 Krivonos, Fred G. . . . 130- Lattey, Harriet 494 Klein, Adolph .... 236-243 Klein, Richard A 414 Klein Quentin M 310- 135-293-309 Kron, Gabriel 103 Kroupa Walter P. ...103 Lattin. Norman D. ..136- 293-309-451 Lau Clara B 311- 339 Kleinert. Walter A.. .415 Kleinhecksel, John A. 118 Kleinheksel, Louis... 460 Kleinheksel Mark 123 Kruger, Joseph. .. 418-283 Kruger, Leslie W 287 Kruger, Stephanus. . .144 Krumboltz, Dwight J..135 Krzyminski, Boleslau V 103 351-370-527 Laurence, Richard L..167- 406 Lauthan. Mary T. ...485 Lautner. Elmer F. ...425 Kleinstuck, Mrs. Caro- lyn 530 Kleyn, Maude 341- 494-512 Kubik, Marion... .369-518 Kuenzel. Mildred 527 Kuenzel, Walter A.... 426 Kullman Paul . 398 Lauver. Dorothy 507 Lauver, Elizabeth. . ..474- 479-507 Lawrence Charles R..397 Kliatshco, M. G 470 1 Kumazawa. Y 387 Lawrence, Don L. ...136 l.T-T-T.T--T-T-T-T-T-T.T--T-r-T -I-_T---r-T--T- T-T-T-T-T-T-T-l Lawrence, Dorothy ... 57 Lawrence. Elmo D.. . . 406 Lawrence, Harry C. . .415 Lawrence, Mrs. J. F..511 Lawrence, Rosemary . .57- 281-474-483-491-526 Lawrence, Willard. . . 465 Lawson, Belfard V., Jr 57-448 Lawson, Margaret ... 507 Lawton, L. B 460 Lawton. Mildred 516 Lawton, Shirley J....67- 341-511 Lax. Gladys 520 Lay, Clifford H 461 Layman, Marian 486 Layzari, Carolina. .. .494 Leach, Jas. P 114-116 Leach, M. G 339 Learmont. Bernice E..158 Leatherman, Arden G.499 Leatherman, Merwyn G 287 LeDuc. Don M 455 Lee, Alfred R 103 Lee, Mrs. A. O 508 Lee, Arthur 178- 405-440 Lee, Charles 399 Lee, Hsiang Chuan... 57 Lee, John 399 Lee, P. W 385 Lee, Rosabel 508 Lee, W. J 364-385 Leete, James 423 LeFever, Alice 495 LeFever, Mrs. C 488 LeGrange, J. F 144 LeGrange, W. A 144 Lehman. Gladys V.... 67 Lehman. Paige E. ...404 Lehmann, Lovis C...136 Lehr. Marion 526 Leidy, Paul A 136- 293-309 Leiper. Millicent E. ..163 Leisen, Frederick ... .168- 291-304-367-396 Leitch, Murray A 461 Leland, Madalyn 486 Lelslie, L. H 313 Lem, P. S 385 Lemen, James R 406 Lenske. Richard Wil- liam 57 Leonard, Helen 528 Leonard, Lawrence C. 394 Leong, F. W 385 Lepard, Cecil W.. 412-460 Les Voyageurs 379 Leslie, E. H 468 Leslie, R. W 448 Leta, Joseph 371 Leyeson, Montagu. .. .140- 144 Levi. Mrs. Maritz. . . .520 Levi, Waldeck 271 Levie, Allan E 437 Levin, Leah 523 Levin. Sarah.. 158-331-484 Levine, S 57-470 Levinson, Ritter. . 281-418 Levy. Arthur J 437 Levy, Clarine 352-523 Levy. Edith. . .57-503-523 Levy, Harriet. 320-343-351 Levy, M 369-431 Levy. Samuel W.. 289-430 Lewellen, Frank 405 Lewellyn, Frederick E.57- 410 Lewis. Alfred R 103 Lewis, Anna M 486 Lewis, Charles S 446 Lewis, Charles W....407 Lewis. Elizabeth.. 342-526 Lewis. G. E.. .57-376-469 Lewis, H. B. .313-317-468 Lewis, Hirdis L. .172-456 Lewis, Lucile 504 Lewis, Mrs. Ben 512 Lewis, Mrs. Geo 507 Lewis, Oswald 459 Lewis, Phyllis 486 Lewis, William.. .373-379 Lewright, Ralph R. . . 22- 67-464 Lewy, Stanley. . ..321-414 Lexen, Bert 373 Li. Mi Daik 385 Li. S. K 385 Liang, N. L 385 Libert, Maurice C...103- 306-366 Lichty. D. M 313 Lickert. Rensis 291 Lichtenstein, Elsa....494 Lieberman, Elizabeth 283-329-477-492-518 Liehman, J. C. ...408-431 Lien, Natsen 103 Light, Frances 512 Likert, Rensis 350- 356-468 Lin, G. T 124-526 Lin, S. T 385 Lin Ju-Sing 103 Lind. Walter E. . .103-302 Lindblad. A. F 302 Lindbloom. Alfred. . .464 Lindemulder, Franklin G 452 Lindquist, Esther .... 499 Lindsay, James D. . . . 57 Lindsley, Marion A.. 479- 482 Lindstrom, Carlton.. . 271 Line. F. R 350 Line. W. H 350 Linn, F. D 118-124 Linn, R. C 458 Lippert, W. J 349 Lippman, Monroe. . ..448 Lipshutz. Chas 420 Listman, C. W 364 Literary and Scientific 363 Litheredge, Arthur C..412 Little, G. E 410 Liverance, Howard . . 236- 243 Livingstone, Charles D 303- 321-325-326-355-407 Livingstone, P. D. . . . 151 Lloyd. Alice 494 Lloyd. Anna 506 Lloyd, Mrs. A. H 510 Lloyd, A. H.. .10-423-442 Lloyd. Marshall H... .397 Lloyd, M. H 364 Lloyd, Morris H 447 Lloyd, Putnam C.. . .118- 124-308-317-452 Loa. C. H 385 Locke, Helen. .57-531-532 Locke. Matthew C....423 Lockton, John D 403 Lockwood. Albert 310-442 Lockwood, G. S 453 Lockwood. Mrs. G. L. 488 Lockwood, Julia 613 Lockwood, Samuel. . . 310- 409 Loeb, Robert 68 Loessel, E. F 372 Loftus, Helen. . . .531-534 Loikrec. O. L 144 Lombard. W. H 457 Lombard. Warren .... 308 Long, John R. C 442 Long, Lewis 439 Long. Perrin 124- 308-395-452-506 LonK, Mrs. Perrin... 506 Lonie, David 150-152 Loomis, Charles 369 Loomis, J. L 423 Loomis, Kathryn M. . .163 Loomis, Lloyd A. .136-440 Loose, Allan 171-467 Lorah, Nellie 58-526 Lorch, Emil 465 Lorch. Mrs. E 494 Lord, Charles 456 Lord, Margaret 331- 352-512 Loree, Douglass D. ..114- 396 Lougher, Dorothy. . . .343 Louis. Paul B 391 Louis, P. H 385 Louisell. W. C 410 Lounsberry, George H. 597 Louthan. Mary T 527 Love, Mrs. C. E 522 Loveday. Jules W 420 Lovejoy. Elyah 296 Lovejoy, Mrs. P. S. . . 508 Loveland. Bradford. . 426 Lovell. Lyman C 104 Loveman, Adolph 370-414 Lowe, Kenneth H 413 Lowe, William 68- 315-377 Lowell, Helen 158- 487-526 Lowendorf, C 470 Lowenstein, David.. ..414 Lowman. Robert 443 Lown. H. F 145-456 Lowry, B. E 140-145 Lowry, P. C 453 Lowry, Mrs. T 615 Lu, Hsiao 385 Ludington, Samuel... 423 Ludy. Paul 451 Lucas. L. M 461 Lumsden, H. M 419 Lundquist, Floyd 58 Lund, Harold 116 Lurkins, Duane 461 Lurya, Harold 418 Lusk, Harold 467 Lustfield, W. E 349 Lutes, Clifton 373 Lutz, Irene. . ..58-487-519 Lyle. Geo 416 Lyman, Charles 469 Lynch, Thomas 213- 325-354-355-459 Lyon, Hortense 493 Lyons, Agnes 58-514 Lyons, Mrs. C. J....516- 453 Lyons, Dorothy. .. 281-513 Lyons, Elizabeth. .. .146- 369-530 Lyons, Huber W 420 Lyons, J. K 145-453 M McAlpine, R. K 313- 454-468 McAlpine. Mrs. R. K. 497 McArdle, R. E 63- 317-373-379 McArthur, H. E 366 McArthur. Mrs. R. E. 488 McAuliffe, Jos. W.. .171- 459 McBratnie, Helen R...22- 63-341-508 McBride, Stanley 173 McCabe, Donald 22- 63-211-296-354-399 McCabe, Jas. W 393 McCaff ree. F. E 384 McCaffry, L 457 McCain, Winthrop. . .422 McCall, Ray E 136- 299-463 McCarthy, Fitzgerald A 435 McCauley, Gertrude. .333- 351-514 McCaustland, M. L. . . 63 McClean, Ken. H 438 McCleary, Glenn A . . 130- 293-309-451 McClenahen, Lee S..105- 301-419 McClenahen. Wm. A. 91- 105-301-365-419 McClinton House 533 McClinton, Mrs. Helen 533 McClure, Dorothea. . .509 McClure, D. F 63 McClure, Harold D...426 McCobb, Ed. C 279- 399-459 McCobb, Harry. ..303-399 McComb. Florence... .526 McComb, Ruth 63- 281-486-487-521 McConkey. George. . .318- 465 McConnell, Richard.. 410 McConner. F. A 63 McCormack, Inez.... 486 McCormick, Ethel. ...482 McCormick. S. A 458 McCotter, Rollo E. . . 300- 308-460 McCracken, Agatha.. 527 McCracken, James... 168 McCracken, Kenneth 299- 367 McCracken. W. H 339 McCrae. J. W. ...364-382 McCullough. Robt. L. 420 MoCullough. R. D 63 McCully. Mary 63- 311-351-487-496-526 McCurdy, Gordon J. . . 64- 452 McDonald, B. J 448 McDonald. Grace. .352-513 McDonald, Lillian. ...528 McDonald. P 376 McDonald, Vivian L. 64- 499 McDonnell, Porter W. 433 McDowell, Elizabeth . 281- 287-333-351-515 McDowell. Fermor. . ..531 McEachern, Lillian .. 158- 326-486 McEachern. W. S....136- 350 McEachron, Robert. . . 397 McEllven, David C. . . 246- 255 McEIroy, Don. K 415 McElwain, Emily 370-528 McFarlen, Dorothy .. 333- 483-492-510 McFarlen, H. J 420 McGiffin, Jennie 487 McGill, J 468 McGill, W. J 313- 314-317-374 McGillicuddy, D. B. . . 170- 409-457 McGinnis, John C. . . . 69- 130-137-293-299-464 McGinty, D. A 313 McGrab, Robt 397 McGraw, B 440 McGraw, Edward. .. .373 McGregar. Ken. D....402 McGregor, Raphael W. 125 McGovern, Irving. .. .456 McGowan, Royes K. . . 400 McGuegan, Forrest. . .461 McGuffie, Jennie 158 McGurk, Ann .... 495-503 McGurk. Madeline. . . . 64- 326-333-351-495-514 McHenry, Geraldine. .493- 527 Mcllhiney, Don. L. ..426 Mcllveen, Wilfred. . ..105 Mclndoe. R. B 460 Mclndoo, Norma 64 Mclnnis. M. L 457 Mclntosh, Cecil R. . . 137- 459 Mclntyre. Frank . .146-456 Mclntyre, Kenith. . . .170- 300-462 Mclntyre, Mary 509 McKay, H. B 405 McKay, Olive 167- 477-479-492-507 McKechnie, C. E 379- 432 McKechnie. Clifford. .. 105 McKenzie, Lucius. .. .439 McKenzie, R. G 457 McKernan, H. J.. 105-366 McKinley, Mary 64- 494-506 McKinn. Dorothy. ... 64 McKinney, Harris 408 McKinney, Peter 408 McLaren, Ruth. . .486-487 McLaren, Virginia. .. 331- 333-513 McLaughlin, Dean B. 315- 381 McLaughlin, W. A. ...412 McLaughlin, Mrs. W. A 494-514 McLaughlin, W. P.. .116- 377-465 McLean, E. G. ...377-425 McLean, Wm. P 451 McManus, Elizabeth. .341- 528 McMillan, Wm. M 417 McMurray, Mrs. J. C. 508 McMurray, K. C 397 McNally, Marg 518 McNaught, Gerald... . 64 McNaughton. Howard D 469 McNeal, Dorothy 486 McNeely, John J 408 McPhail, F. L 317- 325-457 McPhee. Marg.. . .516-526 McPherson, R. H....339- 426 McQuade, Iliah M. . . . 64 McRoberts, Isabelle A. 64 McSouth.LawrenceD. 468 McShane, Gerald 435 McWood, Arthur B. . . 22- 64-297-415 Ma, Kai Yen 109-385 Maas, Walter 384 Maass. Frances. . . 531-532 MacBeth, Florence. . .494 MacCatlum, Chas 452 MacDonald, Constance 503-505 MacDonald. Ruth .... 505 MacDougall, W 442 MacDuff, Harry. .174-424 MacEllven, David E. 399 MacEwan, Don C. . . . 172- 456 MacFarlane, Dorothy. 477 MacGregor, John R..412- 452 MacGregor. R. W 458 MacKavanaugh, Mrs. T. 514 Marsh, Don C 104- 306-366 Marsh, Dorothy 511 Meiklejohn, M 392 Meisel. Eleanor. .. 503-506 Marsh, P 462 Melay, Wm. 396 526 Marsh R 432 Melchers Wm. 104 MacKenzie, Wm. A... 433 MacLaren Isabel 526 Marshall, C. H 399 Marshall G T 393 Mellen, Catherine. . . .484- 485-508 Marshall, J. E 443 Mellen, George. . 116-436 Marshall, Lois 494 Mellen, Leo 430 Marshall, Mark. . 300-452 Mellinger, Alice 517 Marshall, Mary 529 Meloche C C 313-468 Marshall Yendys . . 494 Meloche Mrs C C 497- MacQueen, Kenneth L. 58-411-468 Marston, Frederika. . 482- 508 518 Menef ee, F. N 406 MacQueen, Mrs. K. L. 488 Martha Cook Dormi- tory 526 Menefee, Mrs. F. N.. .513 Mengel, F E 104-419 MacVay Wm A 323- Martin, Alfreda. . . .493 Mengel S L 453 325-455 Martell Eldred 373 Mengester W J 317 Martin, Amy D 59- Mack C N 396 333-496-497-515 Club 372 Mack Edwin C 283-396 Martin, David M.. 393-167 Men ' s Glee Club 337 Martin, Edward ...408 Mack, Julian E 58- 292-312-394 Martin, Esther .. .384-486 Martin, Frank H.. 246-252 Martin F M 384 Meretsky, Florence. . . 60 Meriwether, Lawrence 60 58-281-419 Mack Louis E 137 Martin, Harold. . . 325-402 Martin, Helen L 532 488 Merkel, C. C 124-457 Mackel John E 405 Martin. Hollis C 463 Martin, Irene 509 Merkel Martha 494 152-468 Martin, James. . .398-408 Martin, I. L 124 Merkle, John 60 Mackoy M D . . .461 Martin, Margaret. . . .524 Merner. William. . . 22-408 Madalia Herman I 434 Martin, Mrs. P 630 Mero. Yolando 494 Maddock W G 58-460 Martin, Robert 428 Martin, Thelma 163 304-358-393 Madden, Milton 381- 429 Martin, W. F 140-145 Martin, W. G 407 Merriam, Robyn. .104-381 Merrick, H. B 417 Madsen Edgar . . . 396 Martindale, J. C 136- Merrick. H. J 350-435 Maeda Y 387 407-459 Merrill. Chas 60-395 Maeder, Edw. C 22- Marty, Norman L. . . . 59 Merrill, Forest. . .423-468 59-377-422 Maeder Lloyd 168- Martzowka, W. P 124 Marvin, A. S 169-432 Merriman, Clem.. . 91-365 Merriman, E. E 453 2 9 ' ' -SO 4- 36 5- 4 2 9 Marwil, T 470 Merriman, R. B 405 Magel Norman 349-467 Marx, L. J 418 Mertz, Marie 158- Magrath Harold 22-59 Marx, Wm. 145-428 531-535 Marzulla, Frank G.. ..371 Maier Alice 341 Masline, Camille 342 Maitland C R 453 Mason, Ira 373 Messer. Harry 287 59-484- ' S03-504 Mason, Norma 493 Metealf , Arthur . . 307 Mason, Ruth . . 529 Metcalf Lacey 426 Makielski Mrs Leon 518 Mettle H B 406-457 Mass, Walter 369 Metz, Evelyn 158- Male-mil Karl 425 Masselink, L 464 369-526 Malcomson, Dorothy 505- 528 Malloch Vincent J 461 Masselink, R. J 140- 145-461 Massey. E L . 158 Metzgar, Robert 401 Metzger, H. C 124-446 Metzger Helen 331- Mallory Dudley 439 Mast, Herman. . ..145-456 369-503-512 Mallory Mrs H S SOS- Mast, Karl 442 Metzger, Ida 124 SOS Mast. Mrs. W. H 488 Meyer, Allen 401 Malnight John D 281- Mast, W. H 124 443 Masters, Geraldine ..351 Meyer L E 425 Masters, Helen . . . 499 Maloney Sally 527 Masters, R. C 59- Meyer, R. F 130- Maltby, D. Chester. . .59- 420 350-428 136-467 Meyer, Stanton 414 Manchester, Harold G. 446 Mather, Edwin . . . 262-263 Matheson, Wm. B. ...392 Meyer, W. D 60-425 Mathews J. H 457 Manchester. Robt.. . .321- 426 Mathews, Marjorie. . .486- 535 Mathias, G. W. ..313-468 Meyers. D. W 465 Meyers, G 460 Meyers V B . .413 Manderbach H M 59 Mathis, T. R 384 Meyers Walter 313-377 Manery W F 458 Mattern, Louise 150- Michaels, E. W. ..167-402 Manley B J 171-464 152-314-374-497-522 Michaels, Eldon 281 Manley, W. F 124 Matteson, H. M.. .145-453 Michaels, J. E 414 Michel, K. A 405 Mansfield Miriam 341-370 Mauriel, J. J 59 Mitchell Robert 297 Mansfield Robt S 283- Maxwell, Jas. 59-310-452 404 Manwaring, B. " W 423 Mao Edw K 109 Maxwell, Lucille 342 Maxwell, Richard. .. .400 Maxcy, Wm 435 Michigamua 296 Michigan Dames . . . .488 May Festival .... 334 Societies 295 May A S ..510 Marble Helen 534 May, C. H 403 Marin Axel 433 May, Geo 452 May, Margaret. . .351-486 League . . .348 Marin Nels V . 433 Mayer, A. O., Jr 418 Marion, Phillip E 232- Mayer. Carl 307 Mickle. Frank A 4S3 Mickle Mrs G E 488 Mark P S 385 Mayo E . .385 Mickle Geo E 104 Mead Marion . . 289 Meader C L 317-399 281-517 Markowitz M 434 Meader, Robt 59 Middleton, Chas 392 Markt Robt 408 Meads, Geo. E 461 Middleton J 408 Markey John D 435 Meaker W J 349 Mid West Debating Marks B I 140-145 Mears Olive 529 League . . 347 Marks. Gertrude. .333-520 Marks Harold A 283- Mechem, Horace. ... 136- 299-451 Mielziner, A. L 274 Mildner Eric 116- 380-384-421 Marks Mrs M 488 Meeuwsen, Russell J.. 60 Meese FA ... 405 382-465 Miles Ethel 345 Marks M H 124 Mefferd. R. W 339 Miley, Inez 60 Megaro, Gandence 60-371 Military Ball 862 366-426 Megaw, Jessica 281- 384-532 Military Ball Commit- tee 361 Meilziner, Alfred. .. .431 Millen, D. C 394 451 Meiklejohn, J. R 392 Miller, Aileen 482-534 Miller AS.. . . 60 Moody E E 105-433 Mulree I. W 62 Miller Alma. 174-515 Moody R F 168-466 Mummers 333 Miller Alleen 505 Moon E L 400 Muncy Ralph . ... 373 Mooney J L 125-431 Mundstul J B 429 Miller B D 429 Miller, Catherine. ... 514 Miller. Mrs. Chas 515 Miller Chas A 91- Moore, Alva 62- 331-503-518 Moore A D 306-403 Munroe, Marion. . 173-341 Munster, Norman 373-379 109-301-365 Moore, A. E 467 Munz, Marion 62- Miller Chas. R 408 Moore Bernice 533 331-333-491-526 Miller C. T 465 Moore Mrs E V 494- Murane E. E 337- Miller, Chas. W. .104-396 Miller Christine 494 506 Moore E V 310- 417-459 Miller Don 407 325-402-409 Miller Ed C 452 337-377 Miller Eleanor 518 Moore Ethel 511-533 Murphy Edith 487 Miller, Ethel 61-487 Moore P ' T. ... 397 Murphy, E. G. ...145-456 Miller, F. W 136-467 Miller, Geo 130- 136-299-403 Moore, Harold 283 Moore, Mrs. J. B 508 Moore John R 173 Murphy, Hubbard 417 Murphy, Natalie 506 Murray Evelyn 331 Miller H 407 Moore L W 384-426 Murray Frances .503-519 Miller, Hortense 60- Moore, Mary 62-493 Murray, James. ..394-413 331-512 Miller Irene .61-504 Moore, Mrs. Paul 511 Moore Paul M 300- Murray, Marion. . .63-519 Murray, Thomas 403 Miller James . 124- 308-400-452 Murray Wes. L 63- 308-310-339 Miller, James K 229- 303-358-394 Moore, Mrs. Samuel.. 508 Moore, Samuel, Jr. . . 283- 396 349-376-467 Murry, K. N 287 Murtland Cleo 496 Miller, Kathryn 517 Moore, W. F. . . 306-323 Music and Oratory. . .335 Miller Mrs L . .512 Moore W S .456 Miller, Lois. . .61-479-505 Miller Marjorie .528 Moorehead. Julia. 482-532 Mooselink R J 377 511-528 Mustard Russell . . .118- Miller Martha 505 125-300-308-317-458 Miller, Mary 526 285-331-351-514-526 Mutschler, Helen 22- Miller, Mary M 515 Moreland, H. E. . .130-136 63-503-521 Miller Marg 343 Mutschler Isabel 281-521 Miller Mary Lou . . 506 Morey Ruth 341-519 Muyskens J H ... .317 Morgan C L 62-442 Mu?ie Claudia . 494 343-505 Miller. Mrs. N 505 Morgan, Harold 462 Morgan, S. H 406 Muzzy, Morris J 393 Myers Dorothy 504 Miller, N 462 Morgana, Nina . 493 Myers Mrs. Dean .... 504 Miller, N. F 308-317 Miller Philip 145-321-435 Morganstern, C. H. . . 339- 426 Myers, Gertrude 484 Myers G B 63 Miller Mrs R 507 Myers V B 63- Miller, T. H 458 407 321-325 Miller. V. L 145 Millett, Marjorie 528 Million, Helen. .. .61-505 Milligan Robert 415 Moriarty, Catherine. .333- 369-514 Moriarty, R. C 22- 62-283-297-31 2-41 3 Myers, W. A 468 N Nack, Louis 459 Nafe Vivian 173-341 Millington C T 404 Morley J A 458 Nagai T 387 Millman. Sam 42 Morrey, R. C 396 Mills Chas . . f . .448 Morrill, D. M.. . 452 Mills. F. T 392 Mills Mrs H B 512 Morrill, H. C 62-526 Morrill, K S 510 382-438 Nakamura H 387 Mills. Ray 454 Morris, Dorothy 527 Mills. Thomas 180 Morris, E. W 422 Naser, Harold F 465 Mills, Wm 61-435 Milne Beatrice . . 630 Morrow, Dorothy .. 62-514 Morrow, Helen. 281-514 Nathan. James A.... 414 Nathanson Joe. 137-356 Milnes, Edith 22- 61-491-526 Morse, Florence E. . . .513 Morse, F J. 465 National Honorary ... 305 Milnes, Marg 352- Morse. J. W 105-306 Neff, Mortimer A 466 513-532 Mimes 325 Morse, J. H. . . 62-259-404 Mortarboard 490 Nehil, L. W 460 Neill Stanley M 64 Miner, John 302 Minor Sports 269 Mortenson. P 382 Neily, H. E 453 Neisch LeRoy . 22- Minor, N. S 440 285-432 64-232-408 Morton D J 426 Neitzert H 350 Mischnick, C. N 104 Misner G W . 105-366 Morton, E. D 432 Morton, H. C. . 62-411 Nelson, Mrs. A. L. . . 522 Nelson A. G 350 Misner. Mrs. G. W. . .488 Mitchel H 349 Morton, H. T.... 105-426 Morton Gladys 493-526 Nelson, Abigail R.... 65 Mitchell. Chas. M. . . .420 Mosher, Eliza 509 458-508 Mitchell, E. D 412 Moss, Irving B. . . . 62-424 Nelson Edward W.. . . 65 Mitchell. G. T 291 Mitchell, L. A 394 Mitchell. Robt. B 22- 61-315-400 Mitchell, T. G... .301-455 Mitchell. W. B 175 Mouhidden, Saimee. ..494 Moule, Maurice N. . . .415 Moule, Rex 324-415 Moulthrope, Chas. . . . 399 Mountain, Ruth. . 176-497 Mower. L. K 315 Nelson, Florence. ... 331- 341-629 Nelson, J. Lawrence. .105 Nelson, J. M 457 Nelson, J. Raleigh.. .331 Nelson Walter G. . . .105- Mitts, C. A 405 Mower, Winifred ..494 313-468 Mitts. Dorothy 286 Mock, Charles 105-391 Mode, A. S 61-418 Moxley, John 439 Moyer. L 418-470 Moyer, W. L 140- Nerger, Vernon D. ..443- 458 Nesbitt, E. W 468 Mode, Frances 507 145-339 Netzley Ralph E 465 Mu Phi Epsilon. . .493 Neville Michael . . . 370 Mogk, Margaret. . . .281- Mubayos, C 146 Neville Nima . . . .529 485-515-527 Mohler. Gertrude 513 Mohr C A 376 Muehlig, George 458 Mueller. Chas.. . .313-468 Neville, William F. . .415- 424 Newbro Dupont 391 Mohr, Florence 513 Mohr, Harold 61 Mueller, Ruth 153- 154-158-487 .Newby, Ira P 100- 366-384 Molina, Pio Q 386 Moll, Clarence.... 125- Mueller, Selma 62- 497-526 Newburgh, Lewis H..300- 308-317 300-308-317 Muenehinger, Harry . . 374 Newcomb, John J. . . . 392 Monihan, F. L 399 Monroe. Chas. J. . .61-403 Monroe Robert 117- Muirhead, Stanley. . . . 62- 213-228-296-391 Munkle May 494 Newell. Kenneth D...436 Newell, Phillip A 22 Newell Phillip R 65 125-300-397 Montgomery, Mrs. A. F 515 Mulbree, I. W 416 Mulcahy. Earl .. ..146-453 Newhall. Edward L. .415 Newhouse, Margaret.. 384 Montgomery, Katharine 515 Montgomery, W. K. . . 61 Mulholland, Stanley. .420- 462 Mull, Helen 522 Newman, Robert 414 Newmann, Harold... . 414 Newton, James E.. . .417 Moody, Clement 105 Moody, Cuthbert W.. .422 Moody. Mrs. C. W 488 Mullett, Charles. .340-443 Mulliken, Don 428 Mullin. Wm 407 Newton, John G 400 Newton, Margaret. ..163- 511 Newton, Mrs. Wm. F. 530 Nichols. Edward W.. .417 Nichols, Hinman Gil- bert 65 Nichols, H. H 65 Nichols, Harold R. ..140- 146-456 Nichols. Mrs. H. W. . .512 Nichols. H. W 399 Nichols. John 462 Nichols. J. H 317 Nichols, Isabelle 331- 341-370-512 Nichols, Marguerite . . 486 Nichols, Marian 512 Nicholson, Guy Roberts 65 Nicholson. John H. ...443 Nickelson, J. M 424 Nickersen, Leo E 65 Nicklin, F. 366 Nicklin, Francis O...106 Nicolai, Ileta M 158 Nieder. L 462 Niedzielski, Leo Law- rence 65 Nielsen, P 454 Ninsola, Van 386 Nippon Club 387 Nishi, T 387 Nix, Dorothy A 331- 343-528 Nixon, Eleanor B 65 Nixon, John T 408 Noack, Walter M 65 Nobert, O. E 146-453 Noble, Leslie C. . . .65-420 Noe. Alton H 65 Noetzel. Gertrude. .. .482 Noel. Herbert 454 Noon, Abigail 331-514 Noonan, Bernard L. .172- 456 Noonan, Charles F. ..459 Noonan, Roy 236-212 North, Vivian 370-331-517 Northern Oratorical League 348 Norton, Amy 512 Norton, Lee L 427 Norton, Manville 125- 460 Norton. Mildred 384 Norwick. Leo 370 Notley, June 65-51 6 Novy, F. G 66- 308-317-399-411-452 Nowels. Harold M.. . . 66 Nowery, Erma 486 Nowlen, Thomas A.. .416 Noyes. Edward E 424 Nu Sigma Nu 452 Nufer, Daniel 66- 246-258-315-413 Null, Velma A 66- 369-515 Nungester, W 313-454 Nunneley. John H 427 Nutt, James D 419 Nutter, Bartlette E. . . 66- 467 Nutting, Darrell O.. .426 Nutting, Harold J 22- 66-396 Nyland. Ellen ...35-527 Nyland, Neal 422 O Oakes, Harry 66-372 Oakes, Mary 66 Oakman, Charles 413 Obermeyer. Rosemary 526 O ' Brien, Francis. ... 321- 350-435 O ' Brien, Mercedes. .. .514 O ' Brien, Monica 514 Ochner, Herbert 373 Ocobach, Helen 516 O ' Connell. Geo 435 O ' Connell. Mary 66 O ' Connor, John . . 377-425 Odgers, Edmund 66 O ' Donnell. Wm 452 Oester, Reinhold 425 Oesterle. Paul 66 Ogburn, Dorothy ..479-518 Ogden, Dorothy 485 O ' Geran, Graeme. ... 433 Ogilvre. Allen 384 Ohlmacher, Carl.... 283- 289-337-442 Ohlmacher. Elsa 511 Ohlson, John .... 106-454 Ohtomo. N 387 Oivesley, Clay 455 Okelbug, Peter 409 Okkelberg. Maude. ...494 Okkelberg. P. 317 Olden, Miriam.. .352-523 Olen. Ivor 172 Olenikoff, Alex 445 Olian, Irwin 418 Oliphant, Mrs 509 Oliphant, Milo 106- 298-356-398 Oliver, A. G. . .66-425-464 Oliver. Merle 106 Oil, Melvin 420 Oil. Valiera 66-526 Olmstead. C. T 403 Olmstead, Elizabeth . .508- 526 Olmstead. Hazel 158 Olmstead, Tom 398 Olsen, Ada 511 Olsen, Oscar 146-456 Olson, Alberta 281- 331-508 Olson, Harry 446 Olson, Ray 394 O ' Mara, Germer 426 Omega Psi Phi 439 O ' Melia, Francis. .66-435 O ' Neill, G. 1 66-341 Opera Cast 321 Opera Committee .... 323 Opera Orchestra 324 Oppenheim, E. B 431 Oppenheim, Emilie..343- 520 Oppenheim. Royal. . .431 Oppenheim, Saul 429 Oratorical Association 346 O ' Reilly, Frances. ... 22- 67-369-514 Organizations 295 Ornstein, Edward. ... 67 Orr, Edith 67-516 Orr, Edwin 106 Ortman, F. G 171-350 Osborn, Charles 460 Osborn, Chauncey. . . .425 Osborn, Clyde. . .125-458 Osborn, LeRoy. . .289-419 Osins, Walter 417 Osman. H. W 364-461 Osmun, Howard. . . .106- 310-339 Osterhoff, H. J... 313-468 Oswald, Anthony .... 137 O ' Toole, Bernice .... 486 Ottmen, Gertrude .... 521 Outland. Tom. ... 118-125 Owen, Blanton 106 Owen, E. C 67-350 Owen, James 360 Owen, Victor 447 Owens, R. C 453 Owens, Ronald 410 Packard, Beulah 67- 526 P Packard, Joseph 306 Packard, Mildred 159- 341-491-526 Page, Franklin L. . . . 67 Page, George 448 Page, John H.... 401-459 Page, J. W 350 Page, Margaret . . 485-527 Paige, Allen W 106 Pailthorp. Edwin G.. .413 Palek. Stanley J 107 Paley, David 418 Palma, Betty 494 Palma, Joseph 452 Palmer, Allen W 106 Palmer, Dolson W. . . 384- 455 Palmer lone 486 Palmer, Lowell M 417 Palmer, Norris B. . ..146- 456 Palmer. Robert S 67 Palmer. W. T 337 Palmiter, Lester O. . . 67- 370-419 Pan. H. S 385 Pan. M 385 Pan-Hellenic Ball 484 Pannabecker. C. L. . . 317 Papenguth, Richard O. 433-455 Paper, Meyer 236-244 Pardee. Stewart H...427 Paris. Lena E 159 Parish, S. A 448 Parker, Agnes. .. 506-626 Parker. Albert J....279- 422-464 Parker, Byron W.. . .283- 323-422 Parker. Clarke A 419 Parker, F. Culver. . . . 442 Parker. Mrs. Frank. .507 i l r Parker, H. Frederick 410 Parker, John H 397 Parker, Margaret. . . .521 Parker, Paul D 106- 306-366 Parker, Sarah 508 Parker, Walter 308 Parker, Warren J. . . 324- 413 Parker. Warren R. . . 326- 452 Parkhurst. Ralph E.. .420 Parks, L. Beaumont. 67- 285-297 Parks, Merel 333- 352-528 Parks, N. B 432 Parmerlee, Faith .... 513 Parmenter, George.. 426- 464 Parnall, Christopher. 300- 398 Parnall, Mrs. C. G.. .510 Parnall, Edward 321- 325-326-370-398 Parnell, Mark 416 Parnell, William E. . . 67 Parr, Ormond E. ..67-438 Parrish, Frances. .507-530 Parrott, Elizabeth. . . .506 Parrott, Mary 506 Parry, Thayer 452 Parsons. Mrs 511 Parsons, J. P 317 Parsons, Maynard. . .106- 361-381 Partlow, Helen 508 Pascoe, Angus R 464 Pass, Benjamin W. ..437 Pastor. Mrs. J. C 488 Paterson, G. W 396 Paton, Roy W.. . .106-433 Patrick. Duke M 137- 451 Pattee, Edwin J 67 Pattee, G. L 281-432 Pattengill, Caroline. .506 Patterson, Jack W...392 Patterson, James W. .392 Patterson, Joe 377 Patterson, Kathleen . .512 Patterson, Kenneth C. 407 Patterson, W. Calvin. 394 Pattinson, Joseph B..405 Patton, Dorothy 331- 493-519 Patton, Gilmore 419 Patton, Josephine. 67-505 . Paul, A. J 350-438 Paull, Caroline 507 Paulson. Helen 342 Pauszek, Thomas B..125- 460 Payne, Isabel 536 Paynter, R. P 370 Peacock, Violet .. 341-527 Pear, Walter E 67- 349-376-425 Pearce. Fletcher W...106 Pearl, Mary 493 Peck, Mrs. Albert B..508 Peck, Albert T... 287-392 Peck, Vera 352 Peckham, Mildred. . . .528 Pecktel, Inez 486 Peers 433 Peet. Margaret 510 Peet, Max M 300- 308-317-462 Peilen, Joseph 68 Peirce, Carleton B. ..118- 310-340-458 Peirce. James M 458 Peirce, Thomas B. ...125 Peirsol, T. R 400 Pelham. Sara L 68 Pell. Mary 504 Penberthy, Francisco 137-299-463 Pennington, Louise. . .526 Penoyar, C. L 460 Penoyar, Frances. . . .527 Pepper, James F. ...315- 382 Peppiatt, Guy S 68 Perce, Hyde W... 283-4 13 Perez, Santiago 107 Perkins. Lilian. . . .68-487 Pernert, J. C 313 Perrine, B. T 436 Perry. Mrs 493 Perry. Charles P 393 Perry, Charles R 416 Perry. E. B 440 Perry, Jeannette 528 Perry, Josephine .... 369 Perry, June 163 Perry, Lawrence 146 Perry. Leo I.. 116-318-440 Persing, Dean 408 Peterman, Daniel. .. .271 Peterson, Adeline. .. .527 Peterson, John R 68 Peterson, Milton. .. .281- 323-325-355-369 Peterson, Reuben. . . .300- 308-452 Peterson, Mrs. Reuben 494-509-510 Peterson, S 408 Peterson, William S. .146- 456 Pettibone. Frances.. 486 Petzinger, Henry W. .464 Pfeiffer, F. F 453 Pfeifler, John H. ..68-415 Pfeil, Lydia 486 Phelps. Ada 285 Phelps, Charlotte. .. .532 Phelps. Dudley M....426 Phelps. F. M.. 281-337-432 Phelps, Nelson 398 Phelps, Stanford N. . .442 Phelps, Tylar 140- 146-456 Phi Alpha Delta 459 Phi Beta Delta 429 Phi Beta Pi. .458 Phi Chi 460 Phi Delta Chi 454 Phi Delta Epsilon 470 Phi Delta Kappa 307 Phi Delta Phi 451 Phi Delta Theta 402 Phi Epsilon Pi 431 Phi Gamma Delta. . . .407 Phi Kappa 435 Phi Kappa Psi 398 Phi Kappa Sigma. . . .412 Phi Kappa Tau 433 Phi Lambda Upsilon. 31 3 Phi Mu Alpha 409 Phi Mu Delta 438 Phi Pi 447 Phi Rho Sigma 457 Phi Sigma 317 Phi Sigma Delta.... 418 Phi Sigma Kappa. . . .417 Phi Sigma Sigma.... 523 Phielks 445 Phillipine Michigan Club 386 Phillips, Alice M....159- 526 Phillips, Harold 425 Phillips, Hubert C. . .146- 453 Phillips, H. N 377 Phillips, Robert A. . . 395 Phillips, Robert H...118- 135-300-462 Phillips, U. B 410 Phillips, Mrs. U. B...508 Pi Beta Phi 507 Pi Delta Epsilon. . . .312 Pi Kappa Alpha 426 Pi Lambda Theta. . . .496 Pickard, Robert B....426 Pielmeier, J. A 818 Pierce, D. Laurence . 283- 285-424 Pierce, George M 416 Pierce, R. A 366 Pierpont. Arthur ... .464 Pifko. Adolph 107 Piggott, Morley M. . . 107- 447 Pike. Elizabeth 68- 326-331-341-370-495-504 Pike, Paul B 310- 317-339-453 Pillsbury, Mrs. Walter 506 Pine, Harold 465 Pingel. Alfred 68 Pingree, Gilbert B. . . .396 Pinney. Frederick H..289- 321-412 Pittelco. Florence. .. .504 Pitts, Lionel C 432 Plain, John 323-398 Plant. Roy 366 Plastino. Jack B 371 Platt. Charlotte 522 Platt, Harry H.. . .68-429 Platt. Kenneth 461 Platt. S. H 401 Players Club 327 Pletke, Louise 512 Plutynski, Aleksander 107 Poehle. Herbert. .107-447 Poindexter, O. Floyd. 315 Polhamus, John R...107- 298-301-306-357 Pollen, C. F 107-366 Pollins, Calvin 287 Pollock, Donald 423 Pollock, James B 407 Ponselle, Rosa 493 Pontius, John F 412 Poole, Merlin 107-364 Poppin, C. J 460 Porrit, Homer 446 Porter, Ellen 497 Porter, Harriet 159 Porter, Helen 492-507 Porter, Hervey B. ...384- 455 Porter, Louise. .. 487-526 Porter, Robert M. ...467 Portia 352 Post, Frances. .. .531-535 Post, Samuel. . . .417-459 Postlethwaite, Mary.. 528 Potter. Doreen 506 Potter, E. B 457 Potter, Elbert L 91- 107-306-313-468 Potter, Eugene 403 Potter, H 404 Potter, N. S 396 Potter, Mrs. Nathan. 503- 504 Potter, Robert 68- 272-395 Potts, Ourelia B 163 Powell. Alice. 477-492-506 Powell. Elizabeth 504 Powell, H. F 448 Powell, Roger K 137 Power. Ralph W. . . 68-376 Powers, Justin L. ...374- 454 Powers, Raymond S. . 68- 410 Powers, Roger P 146 Prag. Milton L 429 Prance, Lillian 68- 483-484-522 Pratt, A. E 313-468 Pratt, Clifford. . .287-416 Preece, Charles 410 Prehn, Marshall 403 Prenevost, Philip. ... 370 Prenner. M. Robert.. 434 Prentiss, James 398 Prescott Club 374 Pressler. Jessie 163 Preston, David. . . .68-420 Preston. H. M 291 Preston, Lloyd R. ...107- 310-339 Preston, Richard. ... 404 Preston, Robert 90- 91-107-298-365-420 Preston, William .... 432 Prettie. Kenneth . .69-377 Prettyman. H. G 399 Price, A. E 460 Price, George F.. 118-125 Price, Joseph 401 Price, Loraine 69- 341-479-519 Price. Ruth A 69 Priest. Elmira 516 Prince. Vera 345 Pritzker, Jack 418 Probeck, Margaret. . .515 Probst. Florence 289 Procter, J. Frederick. 419 Proctor. William. .. .423 Pronove, R. A. . . .137-386 Prophet, Edward. ... 69- 346-350-376-469 Propper, A. E 283- 285-431 Prosser, William. . . .246- 257 Proudfoot, Mattie. . .331- 495-513 Prout. W. L 366 Proutt. Milton 116 Pryor, Millard 346- 349-444-469 Pryor, T. M 349-444 Psi Omega 461 Psi Upsilon 396 Pumfrez, Neva 163 Pupko, Bernard 434 Purdie, Agnes 343 Purdom, T. Luther. . .307 Purdy. Clayton C 69- 283-316-377-463 Purdy, Donald. . .246-415 Purdy, H. D 107-366 Purdy, Margaret 507 Purdy. Max 384-461 Purnell, R. R 408 Putnam. Harriet 69- 341-526 Putt, Dorothy 511 Pyott. Albert 398 Q Quaintance, Chalmers H 69-392 Quandt, August 69 Quarterdeck 302 Quinones, Jesus 125 Quirk, Alexander. . . .392 Quirk, Daniel. .. .271-392 R Rader, Lloyd 107-365 Radford, J. Russell. . .465 Radford. Robert A... 315 Rae, Walter S 130- 137-350-435 Rafferty. Wm. B 423 Raikes, Grace F 510 Raisa. Rosa 494 Ralph, Thurlow M...407 Ramsay, Robert G. . . 283- 285 Ramsey, J. K 337 Ramsey, Jean .... 173-534 Ranck. Elizabeth 508 Randall, Mrs. H 506 Randall, Lorena 518 Randall, M. H 399 Randall, Mabel 504 Randall, Sarah 69- 503-510 Rankin, Dean W 465 Rankin, Florence. . 69-512 Rankin, Harold 373 Rankin, Laura 345 Rankin, Ruth 174- 477-483-485-513 Rankin. T. E 413 Rankin. Mrs. T. E. . .513 Ransford, Maurice. . .404 Raphael. Theophile. .308- 470 Raphael, Mrs. Theo- phile 505 Raschbacher, Harry G. 413 Raschbacher, Mrs. Harry 505 Rash, Mrs. Charles. . .505 Rasino. L 386 Ratcliff, Abigail 510 Rathbone, Ralph R. . . 339- 410 Rathman, Orien 384 Ratliff. Mrs 503 Rattray, M 349 Raubenheimer, John A 146 Rauner. Zita 69-514 Rawlings, Wray 302 Ray, Dorothy 486 Ray, Muriel 498-519 Rayborn, Calvin 407 Raymond, Thelma...515 Raymond, Mrs. W. O. 519 Raynolds. Helen M. . .164 Rea, Emmalou 333 Read. Elizabeth. . .69-526 Read, Mar jorie 536 Read, Paul K 69 Read, Wescott H 366- 411 Reader. Carol 486-524 Reagh House 535 Reagh. Russell R. . . . 69- 382 Rearick. Glenn O.. 70-259 Redfern, Merrill 70 Redmond, Janet . . . 70-529 Reece. Edward 410 Reece. Helen 177-504 Reed. Frank M 70 Reed, Harvey E 91- 106-366-442 Reed, Hester 506 Reed, Howard 466 Reed, I. F 376 Reed. John A 381 Reed. Lloyd F 443 Reed, Marie 283-534 Reed. Morris O... 287-406 Reed. Orville W 168- 304-416 Reed, Thomas H. . . . 380- 405 Reed, Mrs. Thomas H. 515 Rees. Crosby 821- 325-326-420 Rees. Howard C 126 Reese, Donald J 313- 315-426-468 Reesh, Gordon C 108 Reeves, George 384 Reeves, J. S 392 Reeves. Mrs. J. S 506 Register, George S. . . .436 Reichert. Arthur W.. 70- 438 Reichert, Hazel 486 Reichman, Regina . . . 283- 285-514 Reichmann, Jean .... 528 Reid, D. Neil 70- 337-442 Reid, Margaret 506 Reid, R. L. . . 108-337-364 Reid, W. G 460 Reidle. Edward 422 Reighard, J. E 399 Reilley, Aileen 70 Reilly, Edgar J 400 Reilly. Wm. J 400 Reimann, Lewis C.. . .436 Rein. Robert 140-146 Rein, Mrs. Robert. . . .488 Reinke, Charles 167- 246-251-252-253-256- 303-397 Reinke, Miles 259-397 Reish. S. C 366 Reissing. Theodore C. 70 Reitz. Edgar M... 137-409 Reller, Louis 462 Remski. Martha H. . . . 70 Ren, Cho 385 Renehan, Neil P.. .70-403 Reninger, H. Willard 70- 337-436 Rennell. Leo P... 126-337 Reno. Rachael. .. .70-517 Renwick. Robert 448 Republican Club 380 Rettenmier, Kathleen 178-511 Reynolds, Harry 391 Reynolds. Irving 271 Reynolds, Lila 159- 341-474-483-490-491-496 526 Reynolds. Norman D. .411 Rhead, Mrs. G. B 512 Rhead, Mabel 494 Rhimenshneider, Ruth 493 Rhinevault, Edythe..333- 514 Rho Chi 314 Rhoades, Marcus M. .360- 373-417 Rhodes. Maurice P.. .350- 384-438 Rian. Gilbert 443 Riblet, Louise 512 Riblet, S. K 428 Rice. Frank Eugene. .397 Rice, Gordon 321-394 Rice, James A 22- 70-297-354-397 Rice, Robert 271- 272-273-274-397 Rice, Robert V 271- 271-272-273-274-397 Rice, Virginia. . .517-526 Rich, Edward D.. Jr.. 402 Rich. Hazel 486-515 Rich, Myrene. 331-384-512 Richards, Ernest 137 Richards, Gladdis. . 70-487 Richards, Glenn 108 Richards, Grace 494 Richards, Howard. . ..326 Richards. Inez 54 Richards, Kenneth W. 108-364-447 Richards, Marguerite. 512 Richards. Verne R. . .147- 453 Richardson. Alice. ...486 Richardson. Andrew. .147 Richardson, Dudley C. 420 Richardson. Fred D..448 Richardson, Harold E. 147-463 Richardson, Hubey..349- 448 Richardson, Ruth.... 486 Richardson, Stanley. 446- 454 Richey, Gilbert 465 Richman, Harry 429 Rickert. A. G 453 Rickert, H. Elvin...l40- 147-453 Rickey. John R 400 Ricksecker. Charles A. 374-454 Rider, T. B 339 Rider. Roselle 494 Ridge, Ridge W 455 Riedle, Edward B....377 Rienert. Edward W..406 Riggs. Catherine.... 22- " 71-486-505 Riggs, Harry. . . . 159-372 Riggs, Henry E... 301-407 Riggs, Mrs. Henry... 607 Rimer, Helen 493 Rinehart, Beatrice. . .164 Risley. Miriam 527 Ritchie, Earl B 126- 409-457 Ritchie, Edwin F.... 91- 108-298-302-323-325-395 Ritchie, George A 192- 456 Rittenhouse, Louise.. 616 Rittenhouse, Nellie.. 289- 331-370-516 Ritter, Robert. . . .130-311 Ritterschofer, C... 71-457 Rittershofer, L. F. . . .317- 453 Roach, Gladys M. .71-369 Roach, Maxine 517 Robbins. Alice J 71 Robbins. F. E 397 Roberts, Frank S. ...411 Roberts, George 321 Roberts, Hazel 507 Roberts, Lucille 503 Roberts, Louise. .479-507 Robertson, Bruce.... 402 Robertson, Burtis L..108- 364 Robertson, Charles G. 448 Robertson, Campbell. 468 Robertson, C 313 Robertson, Karl B. . . 304- 365-435 Robertson, Louis . . . .401 Robertson, O. Lester. 405 Robertson, William J. 448 Robins. Mrs. Harry.. 529 Robinson, Arthur .. .406- 459 Robinson, F. L.. .126-382 Robinson, Jack 468 Robinson, Sigmund. . .414 Roby, Wisner P 281- 596 Rockwell, Bertrow W. 446 Rockwell, Dorothy. . . 22- 71-331-333-513 Rockwell, Ferdinand. .232 Rockwell. Kiel M....283- 285-422 Rockwell, T. A 326 Rodkey, R. G 411 Roe, A. F 317 Roe, Abner L 392 Roe, Ernestine. . . .71-532 Roe, Richard F 467 Roe. Merle 532 Roehl, Arnold E 71 Roehm, Adolph E. ...424 Roeser, Waldomar. . .461 Roesser. William. . . .167- 253-258-246-283-303- 326-358-407 Roff, Donald 71 Rogers, Dorothy 533 Rogers, Harriet. . .71-513 Rogers, Walter 456 Rogers, Winfield 22- 71-393 Rolfe. James 324-349 Rolfe. Mark Jr. . . 281-414 Romine, E. Romle...461 Roof, Merrit R... 147-461 Rooks, Ruth 841 Root, Mabel L 71 Rorich, Johann.. .147-148 Rorich, Marjorie E.. 71- 517 Rose. Eunice 508 Rose, H. E 283 Rose, Jack 373 Rose, Lisle A 283-422 Rose, H. E... 108-376-442 Rose, Harold G 108 Rosecrans, Marjorie. . 326 Rosen, M 470 Rosenbauro, Sylvan.. 421 Rosenblum, Herbert L. 418 Rosengarten, Roy. . . .414 Rosenheim, Harry... 448 Rosenthal, Arthur H. 126-434 Rosenthal, Ruth. .352-520 Rosenthal, Sydney... 71- 429 Rosenzweig. A 470 RosenzweiK, Mutton.. 421 Rosenzweig, Saul... 126- 308-470 Roser, Foster B 91- 108-433 Rosie. Donald W 147 Rosin. Gabriel 429 Rosin, Henry P 429 Rosnick, Nutton 421 RosofT, James L 71- 326-384-437 Ross. George W 281- 287-396 Ross, Hugh A 179 Ross, John T 313-468 Ross, John W 306-459 Ross, Mary 483-515 Ross, V. F 453 Roth, Lawrence S 397 Roth, Raymond J. . . . 22- 397-459 Rothrock, C. L 415 Rothschild, A 339 Rothstein, William. .. 434 Round Up Club 377 Rouse. Florence 486 Rousseau, J. A.. .318-465 Routenberg, Arthur.. 108 Rowe, Alden T 462 Rowe, Frank R 175 Rowe, Jesse P 315 Rowe, J. Philip.. 323-400 Rowe, John R 22- 72-361-377-382-411 Rowley, Julius A. ...108 Rowling. Margaret. . .343 Rowlings, Wray W...108 Royce, Virginia 512 Royer, Nell M 627 Royer, W. LeLand... 72 Roxburgh, Donald J.. 72- 425-464 Roxburgh, Elden .... 424 Rozema, Nicklass. . . . 108 Rubinstein, Edward.. 429 Ruby, Llewellyn 466 Ruch, Willard 370 Rucker, J. J 440 Rudell, Marjorie. . . - 72- 529 Ruedemann, A. D. . . .300- 460 Ruedemann, E 460 Rufus, C. C 408 Rufus, Mrs. Carl W..518- 524 Rufus. Howard 408 Ruh. W. Howard. .. .423 Ruhl, Harold B 159 Ruhle. William R 402 Rump, Gustave 408 Rumpst, William H. .392- 452 Rumpst, Mrs. William 505 Runnels, S. C. ...403-465 Runnels, Mrs. S. C...510 Ruslander, Harold... 421 Russ, John M 428 Russ, Howell 428 Russell, Alice 72- 484-506 Russell, Mrs. Israel.. 507 Russell, John M 22- 72-297-442 Russell, Julia. .. .384-487 Russell, Nelson 409 Rust. Harry 391 Rutan, Evelyn 164 Ruth, Helen 510 Ruthruff, Robert.... 72- 313-468 Ruthven, A. G 419 Ruthven, Mrs. A. G. . .511 Rutz. Edgar M 293 Rutzbach, Orville K..416 Ruyle, Elsa 281-508 Ryan, Amar N 72 Ryan. G 376 Ryan, Jeanne. .. .511-528 Ryan, Ronald 137- 293-299-309-360-459 Rychner, Ralph 300 S Sabine, Claire 416 Sabo, John 167- 289-303-312-316-413 Sacheroff, Darwin E. .374 Sachs, Julius H 430 Sackaloscas, Anthony. 435 Sackett, Geraldine. . . 22- 72-487 Sadakata. K 387-528 Sadler, Mrs. Charles. 506 Sadler, Herbert C. . . 296- 302-407-419 Safer, Mendel J 434 Safford, Mildred 518 Sage, Craig M 109-416 Sagendorph, Margaret 281 Salisbury, Duane....319 Salisbury, Shirley... 72- 331-495-512 Sallness. Fritchof T. . . 444 Salon, Harry 421 Salzman. E. H. .. 350-384 Samaroff, Olga 494 Sample. G. W 467 Sample, Mrs. S 512 Samuel, J. H 470 Samuel, Sydney 147 Sandberg, Esther C..150- 152-484-518 Sandberg, Margaret .. 518 Sander, John F 458 Sanders, Claire 527 Sanders, Dorothy. .72-504 Sanders, George M...402 Sanders, Henry A.... 402 Sanders, Mrs. Henry. 505 Sanders, Katherine. . 341- 533 Sanders, Ruth 527 Sanderson, Steven. . .287- 413 Sana ' ry, Joseph G. . . . 72 Sanzenbacher. Myrtle A 493 Sargent, Albert 109 Sargnt, Emilie 526 Sasaki, T ..387 Sasman, Cora 370 Sass, John 72-317-373 Sato, Toki 387-527 Satterthwaite, J. C. . . 382 Saunders, Dorothy. . .331 Saunders, Gladys. ... 73 Saunders, William . . 90- 109-301-306-365 Sauer, Ruth M 72 Savage, Lyman . .325-395 Savidge, Myron. . 137-467 Sawyer, A. E 349 Sawyer, Douglas 415 Sawyer, Everette. . . .428 Sawyer, E 337 Sawyer, Earl. . . .356-444 Sawyer, George 423 Sawyer, Kate 73 Sawyer, Mrs. R. A. ..517 Sawyer, Walter. .455-458 Scabbard and Blade.. 381 Scaddin, Marjorie. .. .486 Soahill. H. G 337 Scandling, Lois 73- 484-487-503-524 Scavarda, Charles. . .170- 452 Schaefer, Everett H. . .109 Schafer, Beryl. . .351-512 Schancupp, M. G 372 Schantz, John. . . .321-398 Schaupner, Margaret. 528 Schearer, Charles Z... 22 Schein, Ruth 351-520 Schemm, Ferdinand R. 452 Schemm. H. Ripley..306 Schemm, Mrs. Maude 608 Schenck, George 391 Schepers. J. G 73-339 Seher. Eleanor .. .520-527 Scherer. Elaine 341 486-521 Scherer, Ruth 499 Scherer. Walter K. . . 21- 73-212-283-297-312-407 Scherer, William C. . . 73 Scherman, Ruth 343 Schermerhorn, E. B.. .446 Schfirmerhorn, Ernest W 109 Schiefer, Herbert F..109- 306-365 Schimansky, Helene..73- 342-369-370-482 Schii-dler, Marion. 73-496 Schirmer, Robert 391 Schlaack, Rhea 73- 326-331-513 Schlacter, Paul 399 Schlafer, Nathan ... .421 Schlanderer. Paul F. .409 Schotterbeck. Mrs. J. 513-528 Schlotterbcck. Miriam 513 Schluater, W. A 882 Schlussel, Edward ... 73 Schmehl, Stuart 415 Schmidt, Carl 246-252 Schmidt, Cyril A. 109-366 Schmidt, Doris 73-494 Schmidt, Freda. .515-535 Schmidt. Harold F...456 Schmidt, Marian ..... 512 Schmidt, Roland ..... 373 Schmidt, Theophil. . .170. 300-317-457 Schmier, Adolph A. ..429 Schnackenberg, Cora.. 164 Schnall. Elaine ...... 374 Schneider. Curt P...118- 126 Schneider, Helen .... 494 Schneider, Martha. . .167- 511 Schneider, Philip. . . .420- 281-459 Schneider, Waldemar E ............ 337-419 Schneirla, T. C ...... 73- Schoenfeld. John B...416 Schoepfle, C. S ....... 313 Schoonmaker, Carl . . 337- 420 Schrader. Gladys ____ 527 Schravesande. John.. 41 n Schrayer, Max ...... 414 Schreiber, Elsa ...... 508 Schrier, William. .74-311 Schroder, Ronald M...74- 400 Schroeder, Beatrice. . .494 Schroeder, Ethel. ... 331- 341-531 Schroeder, N. C ...... 126 Schroeder. O. B ...... 382 Schroen, Clarence. . . .366 Schrouder, Demarie. .283 Schubrlng, Arthur. . .109- 366-438 Schuler, Elsa ..... 74-315 Schuler, Irene. . .486-524 Schully, Milo P ...... 74 Schulting, Emily E. . 74 Schultz, A. L ........ 382 Schultz, Mrs. Katha- rine ............. 516 Schultz, Louis ....... 461 Schumacher, Bowen E. 130-138-293-309-396-451 Schumacher, Carl. . . .419 Schumm, Edgar G. . . .423 Schurz, A. W ....... 426 Schurz, Charlotte. . . .510 Schuster, Max T... 73-430 Schwartz, Helen ..... 486 Schwartz, J. F ...... 453 Schwartz, Louise A.. 74- 429 Schwartz, William J. 130-138 Schwartz, Louis. .. 74-429 Schwartz, William. . 130- Schwenkmeyer, Carl.. 116 Schwenkmeyer, Carl H ............... 114 138 Schwer, Wilbert ..... 74 Schwiger. W. G ...... 349 Schwingel, Lola ..... 74 Scott, Catherine ..... 529 Scott, Donald. .. .321-407 Scott, E. ...... 313-468 Scott. Eldred H. . . 74-409 Scott, Eugene ....... 404 Scott, Francis S ..... 170 Scott. F. A ...... 300-458 Scott, Mrs. Irving. ..505 Scott, L. L ...... 313-468 Scott, Robert R ..... 126 Scott. Ruth ......... 164 Scott. Walter H ..... 150- 152-374 Scranton, Mrs. Henri- etta ............. 519 Scribner. Russell. .168-394 Scudder, Kathreen . . . 369- 371 Scupholm, T. G. ..138-467 Seaeears, Clayton B.,287- 325-399 Searby. Robt. Q ...... 415 Searight. Helen . . 507-530 Seasworth, Carl G. . . .382 Sebum, T. J ..... 365-438 Sectional Clubs ...... 383 Seder, David. .: . . .74-421 Sedye. W. M ........ 138 Seeley, A. B ......... 74 Seeley, Anne ..... 485-605 Seeley, Bernice ...... 526 Seeley, E. A ......... 416 Seeley t G. P ......... 402 Seeley, Mrs. H. H ---- 616 Seelye, Wilbur ...... 299- 316-350-467 Segall, Bernard. .171-421 Seger, F. M 74 Sehring, G. H 404 Seidman, A. G. ..283-421 Seidman, H. L 287-437 Seidman, W. S 421 Seifert. Edwin 417 Seik, Henry 385 Seik, Kenneth 398 Seitner, Edward 437 Seitz, D. C 410 Seitz, E. C 140-197 Selker, Roslyn 343 Sell, Harold 456 Sellards, P. R. ...339-416 Sellars, R. W 317 Seilars, Mrs. R. W.. .624 Sellew, Mrs. W. H 506 Selmeier, H. L 350 Selway, Ronald 403 Sembrich, Marcella. . .494 Semple, Dorothy 533 Senior Girls ' Play Committee 332 Senior Society 491 Sepanski, A. J 376 Serra, M. J 109-448 Sesions, Dorothy 526 Sestok. Wm... 109-366-419 Seto, S. Y 126-385 Sewell. R. D. 74-376-469 Sexton, D. T 427 Sexton, William 415 Seybolt, Arthur 488 Seymour, Robt 306- 381-399 Shackleford, John .... 236 241 Shadden, M. J 434 Shafer, Walter 404 Shambaugh, N 462 Shambaugh, Mrs. N. F 611 Shamsey. D. M 75 Shang-Hsuing, T 109 Shank, P. J 460 Shankland, L. M.. 75-486 Shannon, Angus 406 Shannon, McKenzie. . 406 Shannon, Perry 399 Shapiro, M. B 434 Sharlow, Myrna 493 Sharfman, Mrs. I. L..520 Sharfman, I. Leo. . . .414 Sharp. R. R 422 Sharpe. Jean 50ft Shartel. Burke. .. 293-299 Shattuck, Ma rgaret . . 343- 344-493-505-528 Shaw, Bertha 506 Shaw Harold T 109 ShaT,-, H. M 419 Shaw, Mrs. H 607 Shaw. John.. 292-321-4 19 Shaw, Joseph .... 396-52 Shaw, M. 1 75-486 Shaw, W. B 399 Shaw, Mrs. W 504 Shawaker, Wayne .... 369 Shearer, Charles. ... 75- 392-399 Shears, Benita 486 Sheffield, Thyra . . 503-522 Shehan, R. C 75 Sheir, Elizabeth 536 Sheir. Louise 536 Sheldon. Agnes. .343-527 Sheldon. A. M 384- 526-75 Sheldon. H. W... 424-448 Sbenefield, J. W 259- 413 Shenefield. T 75 Shepard. E. L 75-341 Shepard M. A 75-526 Shepherd, Charles... 91- 109-306-420 Shepherd, Cornelia. . 302- 331-333-504 Shepherd, J. F 317 Sheppard, E. B. ..109-365 Sheppard. L. C 116 Sheppard. M. A 75 Sherer, Adelaide. .. .351- 479-492-513 Sherer, Marie 504 Sheridan, Wm. J 117- 126-458 Sherman, G. W 337 Sherman. Helen 516 Sherman, Lea 522 Sherman. Leona 516 Sherman, Margaret. .343 Sherman. Mildred. .. .506 Sherrick. P. H 313 Sherwood, G 392 rtrr: .T-T-T.T.TA p [y fTfcHZ Slifer, H. Seger 391 Snyder Philip 412 Staubach Lodge. . . 78-469 528 Stingerland A. H. ...469 Snyder R C 118- 285-400 Sherwood M L 393 Sloan C K . . .468 127-509 Stedman H .... 460 Sherwood R L . . 456 Sloan D S 493 Steele A H 460 505 Shetzer Helen 75-523 Sobel Ann 384 Shiefer H F .301 Sober Dorothy 22-77-505 160-370-487 Storms Harold 337-447 Shields, H. W 317-453 Shields Mrs. H 488 Slocum, James R. .76-376 Slocum, Sarah 369 Sociedad Hispanica. . .369 Sockett Geraldine . 521 Steele, Harold 231-303-406 Stotzer, Miriam. . .80-515 Stouffer, Donald. 170-300 Shields Kathryn 527 Sloss H H . 373-379 Stegeman Thelma... 164 Stout, M B 420 L Shields Marjorie 521-529 Sloss S E 76-418 f Shih Kung 138 Slote Elizabeth 76-526 225-303-395 St. Peter Francis 454 Shiland, Charlene. . . .528 Slusser, H. A 467 Sonneborn, Charles. . .420 Steggall Helen 331 St. Peter, W. N 424 h Shilsen, Elizabeth 75-512 Shimp. Helen 343-512 Shimp Winifred. . . .486 Slusser, Mrs. H 504 Smalley, Marianna. . .492 Smart La Beryl . 76- Sophomore Prom .... 362 Sophomore Prom Com- Stegmeier, Irwin 90- 110-216-298-306-366-426 Stein Gertrude 494 St. Peter, Mrs. W. N. 514 Strachan, Thomas .. 45-80 . h Shinbori T 387 486-487-521 Souffrou H E 350 283-285-381 Shinkman, Maxine...343 Smazel, E. A 76 Soule, B. A 313 Steindler, Carl 430 Straub, R. C.. 287-376-425 Shlnnick, Claire 511 Smeaton, W. G 313- Soule, M. H .313-317-468 Straus, Helen 520 Shipley, W. C. ...339-448 416-468 Southcombe Robert 462 Steiner L G ..127 Sherrick P. H 468 Smeaton, Mrs. W. G. 497 Spaeder J A . 350 Strauss, Elizabeth 326- Sh smith, B 349 Shohara, Hide. . . .387-S2 Sl.ook, R. W 455 Shord, Jos 425 Shrlner Walter 307- Smeaton, Winifred. . .76- 331-504 Smellie, E. F 339 Smiles, Kenneth .. 289-407 Smiseth, S. P 126-339 Spalding, Proctor ..77-507 Spanagel, Willard. . .291- 321-326-337-409 Sparling, Estelle 166 Sparrow F K. .373-379 Steinmuller, Frances. .160 Steketee, Donald W. . . 22- 79-212-287-296-312-354- 402 Steketee John .... 392 331-506 Strauss, Louis A 326 Strauss, Mrs. L 494 Strauss, Margaret. . .331- 494 .; 372-382 Smith, A. M. 76-310-339 Spaulding Edith 77 Stellwagon R H . 366 Stream, Edward 373 , Shroder, Beatrice. .. .513 Shu Ruf 385 Smith, Bernice 331- 302-523 Spaulding, Rosalie. . . 384- 527 Stellwagon, Mrs. R. H. 488 Streit, William 140- 147-456 ' f Shull A. F 413 Smith, C. H 382 Spaulding, Virginia . . 78 Stepanovik G 460 Strieker, Henry. . .419-462 Shull Mrs A. F 516 Smith, C. W 382 Spathey, Rena 164 Stephans H M . . 377 Strickland, Ruth 521 Shumsky. Herman... 434 Shure S L 339-418 Smith, Carl H 138- 299-309-464 Speaker, Frances. .. .164- 159-487 Stephen, E. A 349 Strickler, William. . ..436 Stroebel Harold 426 Shuter E Mortimer . 323- Smith Carlton N. 468 Spear Paul D 392 376-469 Strong. Homer. .349-428 325 Smith Charles E 402 Sibley. B. B 350 Sibley Jas W 395 Smith, Charles R 393 311-380 Spedding Hazel 486 Stephens. John L 22- 79-312-413 Strother, Walter . .150-152 Stroud Ada 164 Sidnam V H .... 465 407 Speers Alta 159-5 9 6 Stroud Sidney 406 Smith. Colton S.. .77-424 Strubb, Earl... 110-438 I Siebert W R 382 Smith Constance . . 22- Speidel Estelle 164 Stern Albert 349-418-431 Strunk, Kenith . . 419 Sieder ' chas 448 77-331-477-484-505 Stern Edward 127-445 Strunk, S. E. . . . 364 Smith Cynthia 512 Spence Herbert 423 Stryker Homer 170-462 Siemons Adam 246-255 Smith Eda 528 Stuart Alfred 373 Siersema R 126 Smith, Edward C 405 Spencer, Charles 417 Stuart, John 400 Siewert Robt 399 Smith, E Stark ....423 Stuart, Margaret 80- Sifreth K M. ...110-364 Smith Eleanor . . 528 512-527 285-341-342-507 SiL ' inii Alpha Beta. . .446 Smith, Evelyn 342 376-377-469 Student Christian Sigma Alpha Epsilon . 403 Spencer Marshall 326-467 Sigma Alpha Iota. . . .494 Smith, F 349 Spencer, Perry 409 Student Council 354 Sigma Alpha Mu....437 Smith, Ferris 298 Stuhrberg, Katherine 522 Sigma Chi 400 Smith Franklin 355-428 Spencer Willard 110-447 Stump, Lowell... 80-380 Sigma Delta Kappa.. 467 Smith Mrs F. R. . 488 Sperry Clare 78-400 Stevens Mrs F W 5 13- Stuntz, Harley. . . 413 Sigma Delta Phi .... 495 Smith Francis 110-395 Spetnagle F K 405 517 Sturgell, Ella. . 80 Sigma Gamma Epsilon 315 Smith, Grace 494 Sphinx 303 Sturmer, Frederick . . 287- Sigma Kappa 624 Sigma Nu 408 Smith, G. D 377 Smith, H. Wilson. . .299- Spill, Geraldine 78-505 Spilsbury Ethel 78-517 Stevens, O. W... .339-364 397 Sturos, Stella 482 Sigma Phi .394 399 Sturtz Muriel 80-512 Sigma Phi Epsilon. . .415 Sikes Marion ...369-533 Smith, Harold 77 Smith Harrison 138-399 Sprague, Jessie. . .485-504 Springer D W 400 Stevens. Tyler 91- 110-298-404 Styer, Kathryn. . .370-511 Stylus 499 Silberburg M J 437 Smith Henry 424 Silberstein, Bernard.. 414 Smith, Hewitt 117- 127-300-452 Silberstein, Robert... 438 127-308-317-457 Spurrier Ethelbert 412- Silhavy G. J.... 110-468 Smith Hubert 412 457 Suho, Shuk 80-385 Smith Hugh T 77- Sullivan Helen 508 272-396 Silvernale L. R. .173-372 Smith Isabel 521 Stadfield Harold R 397 436 Silvester, Herbert. . . .464 Smith, Jack E 400 Staebler, Neil 289- 487-497-526 Smith, Jean 408 337-350-4 9 Summer, R. F 463 Simms R. H 412 Smith J Harold. 130-138 Staebler Mrs Walter Simon, A. R 437 Simon, D. B 437 Smith, Kenneth . . . 77-427 Smith, Margaret 510 Smith, Marion 77 503-512 Stafford, Catherine ... 78- 311-331-351-475-490-495- Stewart, Augusta.. . .114- 116-498-511 Stewart Carl 415 Summers, Leland. . . .111 Summy, Pauline 524 Sunderland, Edson...279- Simon, W. E 442 Smith, Marjorie. .159-526 527 Stewart, Carter 393 293-299-309-407-461 Simons Clark 281 Smith Mary M 159- Stafford Charles 395 Simons, J. C 75-448 487-526 Stahl, J. 379 518-529 ! - Simpson, Robt. S. . . . 76 Simpson, S. G 169 Smith. N. E. M 77 Smith Ned R 407 Stahl, Marion B 279- 323-325-404-451 Stewart, William H...22- 79-411 Sundwall, Mrs. John 482- 508 ; Simpson, W. M 126- Smith, Mrs. N. R. ...488 Stahl. Otto 409 Stibich Edward .463 Sundwall. John 458 118-300-308-317-451 Smith N S 400 Stahl William 373 Stickle Carol 486-522 Super Ralph 361 Sims Ann 479-503 Smith P 379 Stair Helen 486-515 Sims, Fred 418 Sims I H . 373-379 Smith. Mrs. P. G 517 Stair. Margaret 78- Stilaenbauer, Floyd... 79 Surbrook, James 422 Sine-air, Janet 517 Smith Ralph L... 77-427 Stalker A W 399 Stiller Ruth 494 Button, Carrol 468 Sinclair, Marsh 369 Sinclair, S. H 406 Smith. Ray.. .246-252-422 Smith S L . . 339 Stalker, Mrs. A. W. . .486 Stimpson, Howard. . .179- 323-325-455 Sutler, John P 447 Sinigen Wm 407 Smith Shirley 8-407 j Sink. Charles 409 Smith. Mrs. Shirley.. 505 Stirton William 110-364 Swain. Mrs. A. G....511 j Sink E. W 317-460 Smith Sterling .410 Stocker O A 337 Sipe R J .110-301-381 Smith Thelma 506 294-499-511 Sipe, Mrs. R. J 488 Smith, Theodore 159- 374-454 Siren, Wm 488 517-526 Stanley Chorus 345 Stock well Nell 494 Swan, Donald 405 Sirrine, C. A 432 Smith, Virginia. . .77-519 Stanley Albert 310 - Skall, R. M 431 Smith William A. . .300- Stanley Bertelle 166 Stoddard Ford 417 317-462 . Skeel R A 448 308-452 Skeel, R. H 438 Skillen Jane 76-527 Smith, W. Tracy 452 Stanton, Catherine. . 100- Stokesberry, Lauren. .22- Swanson, Lamont. . . .111 Skinner, Floyd H., 76-439 293-309-392-451 Snell, Lawrence. .246-247 Stanton. C. Frederick 138-464 Stoll. Arnold.. 110-433-436 Stoll Edith 79 Swanson, Vernon. . ..236- 242-413 - Skinner, W. Russell 167- Snell, Norma .... 369-528 Stanton, Mrs. S 494 Stone. Bernard 398 Swayze Karl 81-397 403 Snider, B. Douglas. . .409 Stark. Edward 22- Stone. Clifford 110 Sweeney J. A 382 Sklover I J 445 Snider George 174-417 Slack, L. W 76 Snodgrass, M 457 Stark, Norman 373 Stone. Elizabeth 529 Sweeney, Mrs. J 488 . Slate, R. N 467 Slaughter, E 238- Snodgrass, Robert . . . .358 Snow, Marcia 524 Starnes. John W 439 Starr Florinel 343-529 Stone. H. Ross. . .283-419 Sweeney. Robert 408 304-358-359 Snyder, C. H 127 Starr James 138-467 Sweet. Lucien 138-442 Slaughter H. W 392 Snyder, Donald 326 Starr L R 364 Sweet, Marjarie 283- Slawson, C. B 315 Slawson, D. G 76-415 Snyder, Frank L 300- 308-452 Starret. Paul 178-394 Statcher. Ethel 76 Stoneburner, Edith. . .80- 484-521 528-526 Sweet Wendell 413-462 ' JLJF-T-T.T.T T.r.T.T.T.T- Swigert, F. Chester.. .Di- ll 1-292-298-312-366-378 Swimming 274 Swink, Edward... .81-417 Swinton, Gene 516 Swinton, Marjorie. . . .516 Swintz, George 461 Sword, Charles 81- 214-321-324-325 Sydney, Joseph 429 Symphonic League. . . .344 Syphax, Charles 81 T Tait, Frances. .. .384-487 Talamon, Mrs. Rene. .506 Talaski, Edward. .301-428 Talento, Crispulo .... 386 Tallman, Ruth. .. 503-516 Tamura, M 387 Tang, Kwan. .111-306-364 Tang, K. W 386 Tanner, Mrs. R. R...488 Tanner, Robert R. 313-468 Tanner, Virginia 81- 331-504 Tanquili, Pedro 386 Tao, S. M 385 Tappan, Clarence .... 324- 339-349-443 Tappan, Gordon. . 171-412 Tarr, Robert 81-283 Tashof. Sophia. . . .81-620 Taubert, Louise 81 Tau Beta Pi 306 Tan Delta Phi 430 Tau Kpsilon Phi 434 Tau Sigma Delta.... 318 Taylor, Donald 402 Taylor, Ella B 164 Taylor, Frederick D...411 Taylor, Frederick M. .400 Taylor, James 448 Taylor, J. D 432 Taylor, Marion 21- 81-326-495-517 Taylor. Merle 487 Taylor, Onnalee 493 Taylor, Ross 81-327 Taylor, Walter E. . . . 140- 148-349-461 Tecson, Pablo 111- 366-386 Teed, R. Wallace 81 Teeter, E. J 411-457 Teggerdine, Gladys 81-486 Telmo, Pedro 386 Telmos, F. G 283 TenHave, Ralph 127 Tennis 270 Tenny, Ross P 173 Teppert, Alexander .. .448 Terman, Charles 422 Terry, C. C 395 Terry, Charles W 452 Tesnow, Floyd N 422 Thabes, J. A 458 Thai, Norman .... 283-4 18 Thatcher, L. E 411 Thatcher. Lada 528 Thayer, Albert 464 Thayer, Lyle 81-469 Theta Chi 420 Theta Delta Chi 404 Theta Phi Alpha 514 Theta Xi 466 Theo, Pearl G 82-385 Theurer, Edwin 82 Thithan, Kling. .. 111-366 Thieme. Morgan 395 Thieme, Mrs 605 Thomas, Arthur 170 Thomas. Clyde 419 Thomas, Edith. . . .82-616 Thomas, Edward W. .413 Thomas, Edwin 410 Thomas, Elizabeth . . .527 Thomas, Frances .... 82- 351-524-527 Thomas. Frederick. .. 462 Thomas, Grace 516 Thomas, Isabel 369 Thomas, Russell 154- 307-372 Thomasson, George. ..400 Thompkins, Elizabeth 511 Thompson, Anita. . . .150- 152-314-374-384-526 Thompson, Curtis. .. .461 Thompson, Dorothy .. .517 Thompson, Elizabeth. . 343 Thompson, Franklin. .394 Thompson, J " r d. . . 127 Thompson, e. ...Ill Thompson . B 372 Thompsor Jessie. ... 82 Thompso . Marion... .532 Thompson. R. E 382 Thompson, Richard. .. 410 Thompson, Thorvald. .444 Thompson, Walter. . ..465 Thompson, William. .. Ill Thomson, Dole 384 Thomson, Edward W. 167-281-323-413 Thomson, Richard.... 82 Thorington, Smith... 462 Thornbury, R. H 127 Thorne, Gilbert 442 Thornthwaite, Mildred 164 Thorpe, Belding. . 369-406 Thorpe, D 423-457 Thorpe, Isabel 331-528 Thorsberg, Theodore.. 314 Thorson, Clarence.... 82 Thulin, Walter 442 Tibbets, Dean 398 Tibbits, Winifred 164 Tidey, M. B 460 Tiedke, Gunther 428 Tilden, C. J 442 Tilden, Francis. . .283-393 Tilds, Paul 116-437 Tilley, Mabel 510 Tilley, Morris P... 297-407 Tilley. Mrs. Morris P. 494 Tinkham, Lona 513 Todd, Dorothy 513 Todd, J. Roberts. . . .271- 384-401 Toivonen, Arnold 373 Tolford. J. K 377 Tolhurst, Lucy 285 Tolle, Alvih 415 Tollzein, Ward 397 Tompkins, Bernice. .. 351- 526 Tompkins, Elizabeth . 351- 485 Tong, C. C 385 Tonnelier, M. Dean.. 410 Torrey, Harold. . .377-409 Torrey, Helene. . . .82-508 Torrey. Lyle B.. . .82-409 Touff. David 283-437 Townby, George T.. . . 171 Townley, George 459 Townsend, Bernice. . .82- 530 Townsend, Fern 529 Townsend, Frank. . . .438 Townsend, Margaret 281- 505-528 Townsend, Richard. . 111- 380 Tracey, Minnie 82- 370-486-487 Track 245 Tracy. Elsie 82- 487-496-526 Tracy, Fred S 82-412 Tracy, John 358-412 Tracy. Thomas. . . .82-408 Trainer, Margaret .... 83- 341-494-513 Travis, Geraldine. 486-530 Travis, J. J 453 Travis, Noble D 397 Travis, Richard 324- 326-358-406-458 Trebilcock, Verna....516 Treble. John 83 Trefry. Donald.. . 111-412 Tremble, Sidney 393 Trempf, Carl 415 Triangles 304 Trickey, Roy 448 Trigon 442 Triplett. George. .321-391 Trippe, Lawrence .... 433 Trippensee, Arthur. . . 83 Trites, Russell 111- 301-365-433 Trombley. Joseph 377-457 Troost. George. . . .83-409 Trosper, Harold 464 Trosper, Mrs. H. B...512 Trotter, Robert 370 Trout, Alexander. .. .318 Trout. Charles Ill Trout, Esther 505 Trowbridge, Gladys. ..511 Troxel, Shannon 410 Troy, Harold 402 True. Alice 532 True, R. M 313- 416-468 Trueblood, Thomas. .272- 346 Trueblood, Mrs. T....495 Truettner, Walter...83-423 Trudell, James 406 Trump, Clarence 83 Truscott, Arthur 83 Truscott, Geraldine. .329- 492-507-527 Tsang, Y. T 385 Tsao, Clara 385 Tseng. H. N 386 Tsou, S. H 385 T-Square Society 498 Tsuchiya, Y 387 Tubbs, Robert 138-422 Tucker, Anthony 83- 381-419 Tucker, Percy 414 Tuell, Ethel 359 Tufts, Francis Ill Tulloh. Ruth 83 Tung, C. L 127-385 Tupper, Thomas 391 Turcotte, Vincent ... .377 Turnbull, M. A 116 Turnbull, Phyllis 326- 352-517 Turnbull, W. Archibald 318-410 Turner, Arthur 378 Turner, Eleanor. .. 83-521 Turner, Gertrude. 486-518 Turner, Howard. .281-442 Turner, Louise 384- 505-528 Turner, R. G 453 Tustison, H. W.. .140-148 Tuttle. Esther .... 508-528 Tuttle. Lynn 399 Tuttle. Warren 83 Twining, Herbert. . . .420 Tyler, Dorothy. . .351-527 U Uddenberg, Laura . 83-526 Uebele, Bert E 406 Ullman, Joseph 83 Ullman, Robert 414 Ullmann, William. . ..395 Ullrich, Marcus 448 Underwood, Richard. 304- 396 Unger, Marjorie 351 University Girls ' Glee Club 341 Unsoeld, Benjamin. .. Ill Upjohn, E. Gifford. .167- 281-303-401 Upthegrove, C.. ..313-468 Upthegrove, Mrs. Claire 503 Upthegrove. Hazel... 497 Uteritz. Irwin 83- 214-228-236-239-395 V Valderrama, George.. 112 Valentine, Karl 140- 148-456 VanBaalen, Irma. . . .534 VanBoven, Leonard. .236- 242 VanBuren, lone 621 VanBuren, Mary.. 331-605 VanBuren, Tracy .112-466 Vance, William 148- 422-450 VandenBerg, Janet.. 341- 504 VanderHorst, Alice. . .84- 508 VanderMeulen. B. A. 148 Vanderschuur, Blanche 84 Vanderveen, Everett.. 423 VanDervoort, Edwin.. 229 VanDoren, Leslie. 384-425 VanDuren, A.. Jr.... 422 VanDuren, Charles. . 130- 138-299 VanDuren. Karl 464 VanDusen, D 127-317 VanDuzer, Robert . ...416 VanEenenaam. C 422 VanEenam, Gordon. . . 464 VanEvery, Marion. ... 22- 84-281-287-312 VanHee, Paul 373 VanHoosen, Martha.. 509 VanHorn, H 454 VanKleet, Mable 516 VanLobensols, Mrs... 611 VanLoo. M 313-468 VanNatta, Frank 84- 310-313 VanHess, Marion. .84-521 VanOrden, William. .246- 254 VanOrnum, Earl. 127-462 VanOsten, J 317 VanSandt, M. M 403 VanSickle, Mrs 346 VanSickle, Hala 498 VanTuyl. F 404 VanV alkenburgh, Eliz- abeth 311-352 VanVlerah, S 366 VanVliet, James 448 VanWoerkom, Daniel. 84- 422 VanZandt, Ellen ..281-508 VanZandt, Virginia. . 519 Varnum, Robert 444 Varsity Band 338- 339-340 Vary, Edwin 391 Vaughn, Martha. .175-509 Vaughn. Orville. . 287-398 Vaughn. V. C 452- 454-506 Vaupree, Louis 274- 370-424 Vedder, Mrs. F. B...611 Vedder. F. B 399-453 Vege. Emile 384 Velde, Kar l 130- 139-299-451 Velde, Walter 171-451 Vennard, Edward. . . .177 Verdelin, Olga 528 Verdier, Eleanor 507-527 Verduin, John 469 Verhoek, Marcellus. .. 84 Vermilyea, Ruth. . . .326- 521-531 Vernoce, E. R 457 Vernow, Eugene. .127-403 VerWiebe, Walter 315 Veterans ' Foreign Wars 382 Vibbert, C. H.... 382-420 Vick. H. A 424 Vic , Richard 299-424 Vickery. J. A 350-413 Vielmetti, C. A 112- 172-364 Vignetts, William 148-461 Vincent, Blanche. .84-342 Vinieratos, Spiros 112-302 Vinnard, E 454 Vinogradoff, Paul. . . .464 Vinopal, Madelyn . .84-514 Visel, Howard. . ..321-410 Vlack, Joseph 366 Voccariellio, John.... 448 Vogel. S 470 Voght, Anna-Bell.... 84 Voght, Vieta 84 Vogt. Frederick. .321-393 Vogt, Joseph 393 Vokes. David 433 Volker, Emil 420 Vollwiler, Ernest.... 84 Voorheis, Victor. .171-467 Vreeland, Vera 84-526 Vrooman, Dale 521 Vulcans 298 Vyse, Arthur 84-417 W Waechter, Benjamin D. 112 Waddell, J. Quentin..399 Wade. Jason L 85-423 Wadsworth, Esther M. 85 Wadsworth, Marion E.529 Wagener, L. W. . . 317-314 Wagener, Leonard R. 374 Waggoner, C. S 460 Waggoner, L 454 Waggoner, Olive. .160-526 Waggoner, R. W..127-460 Waggoner. S 454 Wagner, Beata 346- 351-527 Wagner, Mrs. Chas...504 Wagner, G. F 350 Wagner, Donald M..140- 148-461 Wagner, H 337 Wagner, John. .. " ... .435 Wagner, L. R 313 Wagner, Milton 453 Wagner, Philip M.. .167- 283-287-412 Wagoner, Merry C. . . 85 Wahr. George 294 Wahrenbroch, Howard E 444 Wahrenburgh, Lester E 91-112-366 Wait, W. W 397 Waite, J. B 293-451 Waite, Pauline G 85 Waite. Wallace C 433 Wakefield, R. F 118- 152-314-374-486-529 Walbridge, E. Cornell 85- 128-458 Walborn. Madge 150- 397 Walcott, E. F 160 Walden, Chas. K 400 Waldo, Dorothy 333- 341-485-518 Waldron, F. R 396 Waldo, Mack Abbott.. 391 Waldron, Mrs. R. F. 510 Wales. Clark H 410 Wales, Ross 373 Walk, Raymond C 420 Walker, Jacob J 417 Walker, Lucille 85- 331-333-497-527 Walker, Marion 526 Walker, William H.. .406 Walker, Winifred 345 Wall, Fred T 160-428 Wallace, Herbert C.. .406 Wallace, Mary 494 Wallace, Ned D 411 Waller, Carroll 402 Waller, C. N 462 Waller, W. G 308-417 Wellington. Vera.. ..341- 510-528 Walper, G. N 86 Walser. Mrs. J. J 511 Walser, Sally 510 Walsh. George 42S Walsh, Lyle 417 Walter. Harlen 393 Walter, Helen 343 Walthour, W. J 283 Walthour. W. J., Jr. 420 Walton, Mary E 526 Walton. Wm. R 85 Waltz. Donald T 415 Walz, Daniel C 85 Walz, Elma 507 Walz, Gretchen 161- 154-527 Walz, Margaret 534 Walz, Wm 408 Wambach.AlbrechtG. 424 Wang, C. F 386 Wang. C. G 385 Wang, T. C. . 385 Wang. Wm. C 386 Ward. Francis C 404 Ward. H. Irving 444 Ward, M. L 10-453 Ward, R. F 169-339 Wardell. Charlotte .. .507- 528 Warden, Carl C 392 Warden, Laurence C. 464 Wardner, W. C... 112-454 Wardwell. Dololese H. 85 Ware, Harriette 494 Warfleld. Louis M 91- 308-300-392 Wark, James Si- ll 2-365-384 Warner, F. W., Jr.. .112- 313-399-468 Warner, J. J 458 Warner, J. S 405 Warner, J 454 Warner, Joseph W. . . 374 Warner, Mavis 352 Warner, N 404 Warner, S. A 364 Warney, Vernon E. . .168- 417 Warren. Donald. . 175-321 Warren. Ford 391 Warren, H. D 130-139 Warren. John C 409 Warren. Milton W....433 Warrener, Mary Ellen 512-526 Warrick, Wm. A 397 Warthin, Alfred S. . . 308- 315-407 Washburn, E. P 313 Washburn, Robert L. 427 Washburne, Mrs. Chas. L 513-529 Waskewich, Anthony V. 85 Wassink, Elaine 53S Wassman. Frederick H. 406 Waterfall, Thornton. .398 Waterman, Lois L. ...80- 528 Waterman, Merwin H. 428 Waterman, Robert A. 339-444 Waters, George W....85- 435 Waters, Nelson J 85- 339-376 Waterworth, Isabel P. 86-331-341-475-484-519 Watkins. George 408 Watkins, H. G 442 Watkins, R. N 467 Watson. Benjamin F. 86 Watson, R 317 Watson, S. Tyler. 281-407 Watson, W. T 292 Watt, Ralph E 86-433 Watterson, Edward S. 86 Wattleworth, Robert H. 61-91-112-306-366-426 Watts, Gaylord A 465 Watts, Herbert P 396 Watts, J. B 349 Watzel, Paul 419 Weadock, Edward E...86- 396-451 Weadock, Robert E. . . 396 Wearne, Elizabeth 161-487 Weatherill, P. F 468 Weatherill, P. W..313-392 Weaver, Frank P. 382-397 Weaver, John R.. 139-464 Web and Flange 301 Webb, Charles R 411 Webb, Gladys 506 Webb, Grace 506 Webb, Katherine 532 Webb, Lawrence A. . . 86 Webb, Willard H..304-401 Webber, Alda 519 Webber, Donald G. . . 287- 424 Webbink, A 370 Webbink. Paul 294 Weber, Charles A. ... 400 Weber, Edith J 86 Weber, Marjorie. .519-527 Weber, Raymond. .114-465 Weber. Willet 112-306-377 Webster. Mahlon 456 Wedel. Gerald B 486 Weed. Odillion B 467 Weeks, David 462 Weeks. R. Stuart 401 Weger, Josenhine. . . .533 Wehmeyer, L. E 317 Weichel. Alvin F. . . . 130- 139-358-435 Weichel, Leon J 91- 112-366-435 Weiden, Joseph H.. 86-428 Welder. Lester. . .300-462 Weiderman. Robert S. 396 Weidler. Helen M.. 86-524 Weidman, Irma K....343 Weihe, F 454 Weil, Herbert 384 Weil. Maurice K 431 Weiler, John L 415 Weimer, Dorothy .. 86-504 Weiman, Mrs. T 511 Weinberg. Julius 414 Weinberg, Sydney L. 128- 445 Weinbraub, Fred S. . . Weinfeld. Gustave. . .118- 128-414 Weinman, Carl A....86- 310-324-325-464 Weir, Margaret E.. 86-515 Weisberg, Jack 434 Weisberg, J. D 448 Weise, Will H 283-442 Weissi, Dan A 393 Welter. Josephine .... 531 Weitzel, George C...167- 271-292-361-381-415 Welch, Gertrude. .343-512 Welch, Howard B 416 Weldon, Florence 494 Weldon, R. Gordon... 401 Welfeld. Marvin 431 Welke, Walter C 409 Weiler, Carl V... .308-317 Weiler. L. W 460 Wellington, QuincyW. 404 Wellington. Vera 281 Wellman, Paul S. 148-456 Wellmeier, Hugh. .391-452 Wells, Carlton F 388 Wells, Marion 527 Wells, Mason L 404 Weitzman, Harry A. .112 Welsh. Eleanor 345 Welsh. G. N 139 Welsh. Gertrude 634 Welsh, Howard. ..321-325 Welsh. Mildred. ..486-487 Wencnell, William... .403 Wendel. Leon H 438 Wenger, Florence L. . .165 Wenley, Robert M. . . 296- 317 Wenley. Mrs. R. M. . .510 Wennec. Charlotte I.. 165 Wentworth, John .... 391 Wenzler, Frederick J. 374-454 Weort, S. A.. Wepman, David 434 Wepman, Herman . . . .434 Wermer. Dorothy .... 326 Wertheimer, Frank L. 414 Wertz, Ralph E. .393-360 Westenedge, Richard B. 4( Wester, Esther 165 Westerman, Kenneth. 409 Westerman, Mrs. Scott 5 Westerman, Sheldon E. Westerners . . Westheimer, F. L 291 Westman, C. A 148 Westminster, Hall.... 532 Weston, Edwin F.. . .360- 391 Weston, Harriet. .369-519 Weston, Louis A 86 Westphal, Dorothy .. .161- 289-341-487 Wettlaufer, Herbert 289- 316-413 Wetzel, John 170-408-460 Wetzel, L. Malcolm. .169- 401 Wetzel. Lillian 483-492-505 Wetzel, Miriam 605 Wetzel, Samuel M....401 Whaler, Francis 614 Whang, J. K. Wheat, Mrs. S. C 511 Wheatley, Thos. B 86 Wheatley, Thomas... 391 Wheaton, R. L. Wheeler, Chas. D 447 Wheeler, Donald C 461 Wheeler, Elizabeth. . .494 Wheeler, Grace 345 Wheeler, John F 408 Wheeler, Virginia. 87-516 Wheeler, Wm. Wheeler, Mrs. Wm.. .512 Whinery. George A..112- 306-432 Whinery. Joseph F. . . 399 Whinery, Mrs. Joseph 530 Whipple, G. M 402 Whipple, Richard R. 340- 417 Whitacre, Maxwell L. 113 Whitacre, W. E. Whitaker, G. A 382 Whitaker, Robert L.. .91- 11 Whitaker, Thaddeus Allan Whitchurch, Carl Louis 87 Whitcomb, M. M 350 White, Mrs. Albert... 507 White, Alfred 304 White, A. E.. White, A. H 168- 417-468 White, Mrs. A. H 497 White. A. MacLaren 340- 417-468 White, Basil E. 428 White. C. F 283- 349-446 White, Earl C 113 White, Esther 513 White, G. 417 White, Howell 234 White. Jane 527-341 White. Lewis N 466 White. Margaret.. 281-519 White, N. W. .130-139-349 White, T 440 White, W. Page 417 White, William T 22- 87-215-216-297-395 Whithead, Leston S.. .409 Whithead. Walter K..393 Whitman. A 409 Whitman, E. L. 453 Whitmore, Don S....456 Whitmore, Winifred. .166 Whitney, A. S 10-397 Whitney, Mrs. A. S...608 Whitney, Chancy F..113- 364 Whitney, C. G 372 Whitney, Edna. .. 341-516 Whitney, Frank P.... 461 Whitney, G. W 313 Whitney, Lavern G. .. 87 Whitney. Mable 493 Whittaker. Robert L..301 Whittemore. H. O.. . .318 Whittingham, Manfred G Whittlesey. George C EzatfPfcyl fiufSa 313 Wjnans Clarice 512 Wright Theodore 465 434 Winchell E Bliss 88-281 Wright William 128-452 434 Wickliffe Letty 161 Wruble J 128 . . .326 Wicks Paul B 443 Wines, Mrs 493 Wu, C 339 L. 414 Wicksall Miriam 22- Wines, L. D 409 Wu, C F 385 (93-360 87-281-475-484-51 3 Winger C. Glenn.... 447 Wu, F. K 385 rd B. 404 165 Widman. Evelyn. .. .477- 484-492-597 Winkler, Harold. .316-456 Winkler, Mrs. M. M..488 Winner Floyd ..436 Wu, Yi Fang 385-526 Wuerfel, Alice. .. 486-515 Wyatt N 117-128 th 409 333-515 Winograd Abbot 421 Wykes Frederick K 426 Scott 515 Wier, Gordon. .87-281-409 Wier M C 409 Winslow. Dorothy. ...530 Winslow, Mina 505 Wykes, Roger I., Jr. 426- 463 n . 426 Wigle, Kenneth 87- 337-349-444 Winslow, Max 149 Winsor Carlton ..462 Wykkel. Andrew P...408 Wylie A E 436 384 Wiggins U S 440 Winter Ben 459 Wylie Dorothy 21- - 91 Wightman Edward 447 Winter R C 283 89-475-490-519 . . .148 Wilbur C S 339 Winterrowd, G 382 Wyllie, John, Jr 113- . .. .532 360- Wilburm, Llewellyn . .482 Wilcox Alice 493-521 Winters, Ilah 510 Winters Robert. . 88-317 306-366 Wyman, L 431 ; 391 Wilcox Cecil 149- Wise G M 372 Wyvern Society 492 569-519 495.453 Wise Harriet 508 X . . . 86 Wilcox Charles . . 87 Wise, Herman... .283-324 Xi Psi Phi 456 . ..161- Wilcox Frank ... . 399 Wise, Wilton 369 Y 341-487 Wilcox, George 113 Wishart, S. W 457 t 289- Wilcox. Julia 514 Wishek, Max 139-384-467 Yang J M 385 316-413 Wild, Oscar 465 Wishropp, E 457 Yang S D 385 ' 108-460 . .169- Wile, U. J. . . .300-317-452 Wile Mrs U J . . . 512 Wishropp, Frieda 22- 88-494-513 Yates, Enoch A... 179-456 401 Wiley Herbert 448 Wisler, C. 301 492-505 Wilgus Gay 511 Wismer, W. D 416 . . . 505 Wilgus H L 451 Witham Arthur ...423 .. .401 Wilgus, Mrs. H. L.. .511 Witherspoon, Florence 494 Yee W C 385 . . .514 Wilhelm, Lyle 146 385 Wilkening Frederick 357 . ..511 . .. 86 Wilkening, Friedel 87- 310-468 Wittman, Lester 167- 246-253-255-303-488 Yerkes. Robert. .. 399-451 Yet K H ... 385 . . .391 Wilkens, Mrs. Frances 488 Wolaver, E. S 405 Yetter Mary 522 . . .149 Wilkins, K. D 130- Wolaver, Mrs. Earl.. 504 Ying S E 339 . . .447 139-467 Wolchok, Irving 430 Yoe John H 464 ... .461 .. .494 Wilkins, Robert 87- 391-452 Wolcott. Pearl 494 Wolf, Clayton 406 Yogeman, Linda B...161 345 Wilkins William 176-464 Wolf Howard 406 . ..408 .87-516 Wilkinson, Glen. . 149-443 Wilkoff Arthur 418 Wolfe, Townsend 88- 316-377-382-469 Yost, Edward H.. 139-459 . . .409 Willard, Herbert. . . .313- Wolff. Leo 113-364 Yost Mrs F H 511 ].. .512 (V..112- 306-432 401-454-468 Willcox, J. D 394 Willett Paul 416 Wolinitz. George. .88-425 Wollenberger, Lewis.. 412 Wollin Earl 176 Youell, Anita 161-526 Youmans, John B...300- -. . . 399 ph 530 . . .402 Williams, A. Hilliard 87- 467 Williams, Allan 413 Wolter, Helen 369 Women ' s Activities ..471 Women ' s Athletic Asso- Young, Dorothy. .386-528 Young:, Frank L 463 ' . R 340- 417 L. 113 460 Williams, C. J. . .128-382 Williams, D. E.. .350-356 Women ' s League Board of Directors. 477 Young. Glenn F.. 140-149 Young, Helen. 180-37 4-536 .. .382 Williams George 465 atives 478 -,.. .91- Williams, G. S 301 Women ' s Physical Young L. J 317-401 13-365 Williams H C 350 Education Club 482 s Williams, Howard. . .321- Wong, Kei 88-385 Young Paul N 361- 87 382 Wong Y T 385 ' uis 87 Williams Homer 87 Wood A E 406 - . ..350 Williams Jane . ...165 Wood Mrs A. E 522 . t. . .507 Williams Julian 392 Wood Dorothy. .. .88-526 , ... 304 Williams, Lee 456 Wood, Gladys. . . .453-486 .313 Williams Marian 510 Wood G W . . 420 168- Williams Mary 370 Wood Harold 426 417-468 Williams Ruth 616 Wood W F 468 . . .497 Williams Seward . . .406 Wood W P 313 ;n 340- 117-468 Williamson, G. W.. . .128 Willis, Marion 490 Woodbridge. Mrs. A. 511 Woodburne, Arthur . . 399- Yount, G. Torrens... 89 Yu Chih 385 ' ...428 Willman, Edward. . . .307 452 Yu W 385 . . . 283- Wilmot, Francis 420 Woodburne. Russell.. 399 Yu W H 385 . 349-446 Willson, Kathryn 505 Woodhams. Mrs. M. . .507 Yudkoff Harry ... .89 . ..113 Wilson Alice . . 88-370 Woodruff Helen 369- .. .513 . . .417 Wilson, Angelene . . . . 493 Wilson Bernice 369-528 370-496 Yutzey, Mrs. S. M 512 . . . .234 Wilson, Donald... .88-417 399 ' 527-341 Wilson, Ester 494 Woodruff, W. S 452 - . . .466 Wilson, Frances 161 Woodward. Elizabeth 505 : 281-519 Wilson. Frank 308 Woodward, Emily 343-504 L 39-349 Wilson, F. N 452 Woodward, Kathryn.. 88- . . .440 Wilson, Gaylord B.. . . 401 475-493-503-505 .. .417 Wilson. George 438 Woodwell. Margaret. .497 . . ..22- Wilson, Gwendolyn. .. 493 Woodworth, Lilburn. .438 y.ft.i Beta Tim . .414 ' 297-395 Wilson, H. 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