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I ; m -- gii a ' -;,-;- HI ; " v " -;::- - III : - H-UA MICHIGAN- ENSIAN of M DC C C C XXVI COPYRIGHT 1926 83- ALLIN B. CROUCH MANAGING EDITOR FREDERICK M. PHELPS, JR. BUSINESS MANAGER ENGRAVING BY JAHN OLLIER PR1 NTING AND BINDING BY C A R G 1 L L COVER BY B U R K H A R DT C-o MDCCCCXXV1 MICHIGANENSIAN PVBLISHED BY THE S ENIOR CLASSES OF THE VNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN AT ANN ARBOR BEING THE ANNUAL RECORD OF THE ACTIVITIES AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE STUDENTS FOR THE YEAR IQ25-1926 THE ORDER OF BOOKS CLASSES ATHLETICS FEATURES ACTIVITIES ORGANIZATIONS WOMEN SATIRE PAGE 17 PAGE 171 PAGE 227 PAGE 247 PAGE 309 PAGE 417 PAGE 491 MARION LE ROY BURTON PH. D., LL. D. ARION LE ROY BURTON was the titth president ot the University of Michigan. His administration, begun in 1920 and terminated by his tragic death on Febru- ary i 8, 1925, was a refreshing period ot high hopes, reawak- ened ideals, and great achieve- ment. It was Dr. Burton ' s task not only to guard and to hold, as he did, the positions won under Presidents Tappan, Haven, Angell, and Hutchins, but calmly and wisely to ap- praise the unprecedented de- mands ot the present and the tuture, to organize, and to lead the way. The results ot his leadership are with us today- a university physically rebuilt, a state intormed and eager to cooperate, a strengthened, en- larged, and better compensated faculty, and a body of students J and alumni quickened as never before by the great purposes of the University. We who knew him prized Marion LeRov Burton no less J for what he was than for what he did. We saw remarkable executive talents matched by no less unusual spiritual qual- ities, unfailing friendliness, uni- versal tairness, a fine idealism underlying all which retused to be obscured by the necessity ot dealing with material things. We knew that in the tullest possiblesensehe had given him- self to the University and to us. 4 To President Marion LeRov J Burton, then, in gratetul and sorrowful appreciation, the Senior Classes ot the University j ot Michigan dedicate this book. y-v ' ' RION LERO Y BU RTON was a man our generation could not well afford to lose. A forceful personality at all times, he combined with a spiritual ideal- ism a realization of the practical which made his efforts for higher things effective and abundantly fruit- ful. An exemplar of the spoken word as a means of persuasion and inspiration, he was able by his power of eloquence to bring things to pass. Of an affable, genial dispo- sition, he readily gained the con- fidence of all classes and of all ages. He imparted to those with whom he worked some portion of that enthu- siasm and energy radiating from him. He was of our most perfect type of citizenship. In youth he struggled with dauntless courage towards his ideals. A newsboy, and then a gro- cer ' s clerk, spending his spare time with books, he won a college degree at the age of twenty-six. Six years later he was graduated from Yale Divinity School with a high rank. Inside of two years he was called to the pastor- ate of the Church of the Pilgrims in Brooklyn, a pulpit made famous by the Rev. Dr. Richard Salter Storrs. From there he went to the Presidency of Smith College in Northampton. It was there I came to know and admire his abilities. As Chief Executive of the University of M inneso ta, and then of the University of Michigan from 1920 until his death a year ago, he grew in effectiveness and power of leader- ship. He consistently taught, and exemplified, that education was of value in proportion as its possessor was able to pass it on to others and to become an active force for good. He encouraged the creative mind. He was a student of politics and of government. In 1924 he achieved a longcherished ambition to take part in a national convention. That eloquent participation made me his debtor. He was constantly stressing to young people their duty to engage in po- litical affairs. And, he warned them against breaking down the lines of our great parties which he once said " are essential to our national life. " Taken from us in the prime of life the height of his powers it is well that the editors of the Michigan- ensian are to dedicate this year ' s volume to Marion LeRoy Burton, to the end that his life may be em- phasized as a worthy example for all young men. IN MEMORIAM LEVI L BARBOUR FRANCIS A. BLACKBURN DALLAS BONDEMAN EDWARD D. CAMPBELL ERNEST J. FLUEGEL ALBION W. HEWLETT ARTHUR C. KLOCKSIEM ALEXIS F. LANGE FILIBERT ROTH CHARLES K. WEAD MARTIN B BILL1NGSLEA CHARLOTTE A. BLAGDON WALTER E. BLAIR DANIEL D. CLUFF FLOYD A. GOODWIN EDWARD F. HOLE EN KENNETH M. HOPKINS ROLLAND VAN HORTON SAMUEL B. PURSGLOVE STEPHEN T. SPAULDING MERLIN L. TEWS ECKART THON JOSEPH S. VOGT B 8 -7 JHy i BOOK ONE C L A S : -O- 5 c SENIOR OFFICERS H MESSER VAN VALKENHUKGH TALLMAN SPENCER 1926 LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND ARTS OFFICERS HARRY G. MESSER PRESIDENT ELIZABETH M. VAN VALKENBURGH VICE-PRESIDENT RUTH L. TALLMAN SECRETARY CHARLES D. SPENCER TREASURER ADVISORY RICHARD F. DOYLE, CHAIRMAN KENNETH C. KELLAR MARGARET H. GEDDES AUDITING JAMES W. FERNAMBERG, CHAIRMAN ROBERT C. M. WINTER GEORGE R. SNIDER ATHLETIC STEVEN F. WILSON, CHAIRMAN R. GEORGE BABCOCK ROYAL F. CHERRY H. FREDERICK PARKER MILES C. REINKE BANQUET G. HAYMOND HARRINGTON, CHAIRMAN EDWIN C. MACK FRANK E. DEANS JOHN P. ROWE FRANCES L. ADAMS ARLINE J. EWING MARION MEAD CAPS AND GOWNS KENNETH G. SMILES, CHAIRMAN- NORMAN D. REYNOLDS FRANK P. WEAVER MARJORIE G. SHIELDS WILLABELLE HARPER CLASS DAY HARRY B. KOENIG, CHAIRMAN BERND BAETCKE CALVIN S. KOCH WILLIAM J. HOWARD E. MARGARET SAGENDORPH ELIZABETH B. SMITH COMMITTEES FINANCE RICHARD S. GRIEST, CHAIRMAN HERBERT J. WETTLAUFER CLARK R. SIMMONS KATHERINE W. WILLSON HELEN M. MARROW INVITATION JAMES E. NEWTON, CHAIRMAN FREDERICK E. STURMER WILLIAM J. WALTHOUR FREDERICK J. STEVENS ELIZABETH MC DOWELL ELEANOR MUSSELMAN VERA JANICE WALLINGTON MARY E. HASKELL MEMORIAL RICHARD H. FREYBERG, CHAIRMAN J. GLENN DONALDSON RICHARD E. BARTON MARGARET E. BROOKS MARY L. MILLER PICTURES WALKER G. EVERETT, CHAIRMAN ROBERT S. WEIDEMANN, JR. JOSEPH E. GANDY MARGARET K. EFFINGER DORIS M. GLADDEN PIPES AND CANES ROBERT M. GRAB, CHAIRMAN STUART C. JOHNSON ROBERT C. MARREY ALBERT W. BOEHRINGER PAUL W. BRUSKE PUBLICITY JOSEPH J. FINN, CHAIRMAN ROBERT S. MANSFIELD GEORGE W. DAVIS MARGUERITE V. DUTTON RUTH A. SO RGB PROMENADE ROBERT E. WEADOCK, CHAIRMAN RAYMOND F. HUTZEL THOMAS P. HENRY, JR. MARGARET M. BRANDT PHYLLIS HAEHNLE SOCIAL FRED. M. PHELPS, JR., CHAIRMAN J. BRADLEY HAIGHT GEORGE W. ROSS, JR. JANET VAN DEN BERG AMELIA BEHRHORST SENIOR SINGS A. EDMOND ALLAN, CHAIRMAN KENNETH E. MORGARIDGE ELIZABETH WOODWORD MARY T. LAUTHAN SENIOR BALL WILLIAM L. DIENER, CHAIRMAN ROBERT J. BROWN ALLIN B. CROUCH HARLAND G. WALTERS VIRGINIA BURKE RUTH A. RANKIN L. CATHERINE MELLON 18 DOYLE FERN AU BERG WILSON HARRINGTON SMILES 1926 LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND ARTS COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN RICHARD F. DOYLE JAMES V. FERNAMBERG STEVEN V. WILSON G. HAYMOND HARRINGTON KENNETH G. SMILES HARRY B. KOENIG RICHARD S. GRIEST JAMES E. NEWTON ADVISORY AUDITING ATHLETIC BANQUET CAPS AND GOWNS CLASS DAY FINANCE INVITATION RICHARD H. FREYBERG WALKER G. EVERETT ROBERT M. GRAB JOSEPH J. FINN ROBERT E. WEADOCK FREDERICK M. PHELPS ALOXZO C. ALLEN WILLIAM L. DIENER MEMORIAL PICTURES PIPES AND CANES PUBLICITY PROMENADE SOCIAL SENIOR BALL FREYBERG EVERETT GRAB FINN WEADOCK PHELPS ALLEN DIENER 19 ml ' HAWKINS CARDWELL 1926 ENGINEERING OFFICERS HARRY HAWKINS . EUGENE CARDWELL VICTOR OWEN . JOSEPH GRAVES PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER COMMITTEES SOCIAL RICHARD EARHART, CHAIRMAN JOHN GOW WILLIAM DAY QUINCEY W. WELLINGTON MEMORIAL RICHARD Y. DAKIN, CHAIRMAN WILLIAM HERRNSTEIN ARTHUR E. WILKOFF CURT H. WILL HOMER HAYWARD CLASS DAY WILLIAM COLMAN, CHAIRMAN HAZLETON BEACH HARRY W. MAC DUFF MARK L. IRELAND ATHLETIC JAMES P. VOSE, CHAIRMAN FRANK ATKINSON RAYMOND COMB CANE DAVID FOX, CHAIRMAN- GEORGE DURAND HAROLD R. JOHNSON CHARLES W. RUMMLER INVITATION WILLIAM ARNOLD, CHAIRMAN HOWARD A. TURNER JOHN GROSHKO JOHN COALE 20 m VOSE DAKIX ARNOLD 1926 ENGINEERING COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN RICHARD EARHART JAMES P. VOSE RICHARD Y. DA KIN- DAVID FOX WILLIAM COLMAN WILLIAM ARNOLD . . SOCIAL COMMITTEE ATHLETIC COMMITTEE MEMORIAL COMMITTEE CANE COMMITTEE CLASS DAY COMMITTEE INVITATION COMMITTEE 21 HUBBARD 1926 MEDICINE OFFICERS WESLEY G. REID . ROBERT J. COOPER LUVERN HAYS RALPH G. HUBBARD PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER COMMITTEES EXECUTIVE NORMAN R. KRETZSCHMAR, CHAIRMAN SHERMAN E. ANDREWS JAMES A. MORLEY KENNETH B. BABCOCK NIELSON L. BONHAM HONOR FREDERICK W. THOMAS, CHAIRMAN FRANCIS L. MC PHAIL ROBERT R. CLARK AUDITING WALDEMAR B. MITCHELL, CHAIRMAN- FREDERICK J. FISCHER CARL H. FORTUNE PAUL J. SHANK INVITATION WARD L. CHADWICK, CHAIRMAN- ALBERT F. GREGG TOM N. KORAN OMER C. RATHMAN CAP AND GOWN SOUTHARD T. FLYNN, CHAIRMAN- ARTHUR M. CULLER DOROTHEA MC CLURE HERMAN M. MAVEETY SOCIAL NICHOLAS E. LACY, CHAIRMAN- LAWRENCE W. WELLER JOSEPH W. SHAW JAMES A. ROWLEY ELMO G. CRABTREE, JR. CANE GEORGE RUSSEL BECK, CHAIRMAN JAMES M. NELSON JOHN V. FAUSTER, JR. WILLIAM A. MAC VAY ATHLETICS JOHN R. MAC GREGOR, CHAIRMAN CHARLES E. OSBORNE ARON ROSENZWEIG RUSSEL J. HIMMELBERGER BROWN DERBY CHARLES L. HIRWAS, CHAIRMAN- ROY D. ARN WILLARD BARTLETT, JR. CARL L. GILLIES MEMORIAL ROBERT R. CLARK, CHAIRMAN THOMAS F. GUSHING JOHN H. NICHOLS EHRHARDT RUEDEMANN 22 CHADW1CK FLYNN 1926 MEDICINE COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN NORMAN R. RRETZSCHMAR EXECVTIVE COMMITTEE FREDERICK V. THOMAS HONOR COMMITTEE WALDEMAR B. MITCHELL AUOITIXC COMMITTEE WARD L. CHADWICK SOUTHARD T. FLYNN INVITATION COMMITTEE CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE NICHOLAS E. LACY SOCIAL COMMITTEE GEORGE RUSSELL BECK JOHN R. MAC GREGOR CHARLES L. HIRWAS ROBERT R. CLARK CANE COMMITTEE ATHLETICS COMMITTEE BROWN DERBY COMMITTEE MEMORIAL COMMITTEE LACY MAC GRECOR t fit I 23 gsnEft WWt ftRK HARKRIDER JAM1KSON 1926 LAW OFFICERS CLAYTON C. PURDY JACK H. PAGE . . . . RAYMOND H. HARKRIDER ROBERT G. JAMIESON PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER COMMITTEES INVITATIONS RICHARD ROE, CHAIRMAN L. FRANK MC KNIGHT ROBERT PALDA JOHN POLLINS CAP AND GOWN WELDOX BETTEXS, CHAIRMAN LOUIS HARNISH EDWARD STIB1CH PICTURE JACK WILLIAMS, CHAIRMAN JOHN ROSS JAY H. PAYNE, JR. AUDITING L. BEAUMONT PARKS, CHAIRMAN ALTON H. NOE FRANK BACKSTROM MEMORIAL FRANK LEWELLEN, CHAIRMAN- MAXWELL FEAD RICHARD FORD SOCIAL GEORGE PARMENTER, CHAIRMAN NEIL REID LESLIE YOUNG RAYMOND POWERS CREAS E DANCE NOBLE TRAVIS, CHAIRMAN- FREDERICK BAMBERGER FRED WALTER FRANK GALLEGER THOMAS BRIGGS CREASE PAPER LUCIAN LANE, CHAIRMAN- JAMES DRESBACH JAMES SEIBERLING HENRY PAULL PHILIP KELLEY CANE RODGER MARQUIS, CHAIRMAN R. DALE LAW GEORGE GILMORE ATHLETIC CHARLES MUNZ, JR., CHAIRMAN- GEORGE MARTIN- LOUIS LAX OMAN- CLASS DAY ARTHUR SMITH, CHAIRMAN- HARRY PLATT ARTHUR ANDERSON- DONALD FREDERICK EXECUTIVE CLAYTON PURDY, CHAIRMAN JACK PAGE RAYMOND HARKRIDER ROBERT JAMIESON WILLIAM A. GIBSON, JR. 24 ROE LEWELLEN BETTESS 1926 LAW COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN NOBLE D. TRAVIS RICHARD ROE FRANK E. LEWELLEN GEORGE PARMENTER CREASE DANCE COMMITTEE INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS MEMORIAL COMMITTEE SOCIAL COMMITTEE WELDON BETTENS LUCIAN LANE CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE CREASE PAPER ROGERS I. MARQUIS CHARLES MUNZ, Jr. ABSOLAM H. WILLIAMS ARTHUR M. SMITH L. BEAUMONT PARKS CLAYTON C. PURDY CANE COMMITTEE ATHLETIC COMMITTEE PICTURE COMMITTEE CLASS DAY COMMITTEE AUDITING COMMITTEE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MARQUIS WILLIAMS : ; SCHULTZ 1926 EDUCATION OFFICERS GEORGE F. HACKER VIRGINIA SPAIN ERMA SCHULTZ JOHN K. OSBORN . PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER COMMITTEES SOCIAL MABLE MARIAN BRANCH, CHAIRMAN NORMA BARLOW LILLIAN DRAEWEI.L ISABELLE HAMILTON JACK CLIFFORD HAROLD WESTCOTT FINANCE JOHN K. OSBORN, CHAIRMAN MYRTLE CREGO ELSIE RALSTON MARY MENARD MEMORIAL RUSSEL WEST, CHAIRMAN HELEN LAMOS MARGARET JOHNSON INVITATION VERA WRIGGELSWORTH, CHAIRMAN- EDWIN L. CLARK CLARA DOWLING PUBLICITY ERMA SCHULTZ, CHAIRMAN MABLE CROTTY CANE EDWIN DAVIS, CHAIRMAN BOZIDAR GRBA LESTER KALER 26 1 BRANCH WRIGGELSWORTH OSBORX 1926 EDUCATION COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN M. MARIAN BRANCH ... . SOCIAL COMMITTEE VERA E. WRIGGELSWORTH INVITATION COMMITTEE JOHN OSBORN FINANCE COMMITTEE ERMA I. SCHULTZ PUBLICITY COMMITTEE RUSSEL WEST MEMORIAL COMMITTEE GEORGE F. HACKER FACULTY RELATION COMMITTEE EDITH S. ALVIN CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE 27 : . " V.i Jf A-O JK. 1 X - ns WILD U HITTINGHAM 1926 ARCHITECTURE OFFICERS OSCAR F. WILD GILBERT T. RICKEY MANFRED G. WHITTINGHAM PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY L. VERNON GIBBS TREASURER COMMITTEES AUDITING HAROLD E. PETTERSON, CHAIRMAN- LESLIE L. VAN DOREN MEMORIAL EDWIN C. EDMUNDS, CHAIRMAN LIVENSTONE H. ELDER HAROLD V. MAURER PICTURE DONALD H. GOLDSMITH, CHAIRMAN- CLAYTON L. FOSTER RAY F. WARD FINANCE P. SMITH SOCIAL DONALD G. WARREN, CHAIRMAN VERNE H. SIDNOM EARL F. WOLLIN ADVISORY GAYLORD A. WATTS, CHAIRMAN ALDEN S. MARVIN 28 BIEHRER SCHMIDT 1926 DENTISTRY OFFICERS CLIFFORD C. BUEHRER HAROLD F. SCHMIDT . E. ROMLE ROMIXE JOHN B. DIXON PRESIDEXT VICE-PRESIDENT . SECRETARY TREASURER COMMITTEES AUDITING EDWARD A. RUBENSTEIX, CHAIRMAN HAROLD G. WIXKLER LOUIS C. SCHULTZ WILLIAM F. MILLER, J. SOCIAL HAROLD D. MAC GREGOR, CHAIRMAN EUGENE K. BUCK ROBERT S. WILSON EDWARD J. GUENTHER CANE, CAP AND GOWN WALTER J. MC CARTHY, CHAIRMAN- GEORGE N. CANNON PAUL B. PIKE EDWARD N. SOLAS INVITATION AND PUBLICITY JOSEPH W. BURBA, CHAIRMAN RUTH M. MOUNTAIN LEON H. WILLIAMS FREDERICK F. PFEIFFER 29 WAGGONER 1926 PHARMACY OFFICERS CHARLES STANLEY WAGGONER LEONARD D. POWERS . ANDREW C. FREITAG . THOMAS PASTERNAK PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER COMMITTEES SOCIAL HARLAN S. VAN HORN, CHAIRMAN- FLOYD S. PARK GRACE C. COLLINS AUDITING HAROLD R. BOWERS, CHAIRMAN- LEONARD D. POWERS SAMUEL L. SHEPARD, JR. CANE AND INVITATION HERBERT E. NOEL, CHAIRMAN ROBERT A. MITCHELL 30 Mil NACELYOORT CHROXOWSKI 1926 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OFFICERS D. MAYXARD PHELPS . FRANCIS B. CASE . ALOIS J. CHROXOWSKI BERXARD A. XAGELVOORT PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT . SECRETARY TREASURER COMMITTEES INVITATION HARRY A. MITCHELL, CHAIRMAN ALEXANDER J. PETRELLIS BOOKER T. MC GRAW EXECUTIVE D. MAYXARD PHELPS, CHAIRMAN MERWIX H. WATERMAN FRANCIS B. CASE SOCIAL RALPH E. JOHNSON, CHAIRMAN MERWIN H. WATERMAN BERXARD A. XAGELVOORT 31 UNIVERSITY STATISTICS FOR THE YEAR 1924-1925 NUMBER OF STUDENTS NUMBERS ON FACULTIES Asst. and COLLEGE Total Men Women Graduating Prof. Asso. Prof. Instructors Others Totals Literature, Science and the Arts . 6010 3546 2464 947 76 90 139 79 384 Engineering and Architecture . 1430 1697 19 352 46 75 78 9 208 Medicine . 536 506 30 158 23 18 46 28 115 Law 541 530 11 101 16 2 18 Pharmacy .... 85 77 8 12 10 17 9 6 42 Dentistry . 358 346 12 62 10 5 13 6 34 Education 483 180 303 134 13 12 15 6 46 Business Administration . 22 22 4 9 2 15 Nurses . 190 190 45 Graduate . 578 512 246 348 Summer Session .... . 3147 2013 1134 77 86 76 82 321 Extra-Mural . 976 212 764 Total Winter Attendance Net 9456 6979 2477 (duplicates subtracted) Grand Total Net . . .12312 8301 4011 2549 183 192 111 145 797 Number of Students from Michigan 7760; from forty foreign countries 355. NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS IN ATHLETICS INTERCOLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT Sport Football . . Basketball . Baseball . . Track . . Cross-country Swimming . Hockey . Tennis Golf . . . Wrestling Number of Number of Awards Participants " M " " AMA " Numerals Totals 343 25 175 8 241 15 185 26 40 2 68 9 87 6 85 5 50 4 81 4 1355 104 12 4 7 4 4 6 37 41 18 27 49 10 6 151 78 30 49 75 6 23 12 5 4 10 292 WOMEN ' S ATHLETICS It is estimated that eight hundred women take part in athletics after the two years of required work. The sports include archery, baseball, hockey, tennis, soccer and track in the fall and spring; gymnastics, games, dancing and swimming in the winter. INTRAMURAL DEPARTMENT Number of N umber of Awards Sport Participants Cups Medals Numerals Totals Basketball . 1550 1 24 25 Baseball . . . 200 1 11 12 24 Track . . . 510 2 27 29 Relay . . . 150 1 4 5 Tennis 704 7 6 12 25 Swimming 450 3 16 19 Bowling . 864 4 5 9 18 Cross-Country . 294 1 8 9 Volleyball . . 342 1 7 8 Rifle .... 260 8 8 Boxing 200 6 6 Wrestling 290 1 13 14 Handball . . 293 7 7 Speedball 960 1 13 14 Foul Throwing . 440 3 3 Horseshoes . 577 4 4 Gymnastics . 60 6 6 Fencing . 60 1 1 2 4 Others 1953 3 3 10157 41 30 160 231 ORGANIZATION AND ACTIVITIES Type of Activity Publications Dramatics Oratory Religious Other Activities University Organizations or Clubs. Totals Number Number of Par- Activi- ticipat- ties ing 8 415 7 312 6 253 9 254 8 587 56 1740 FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES 94 3561 General Fraternities General Fraternities Professional Fraternities Totals Sororities Grand Totals Number Number of of Fraternities Members . 57 1749 . 23 733 . 80 2482 . 21 754 . 101 3236 VALUE OF UNIVERSITY PROPERTY June 30, 1925 Lands $ 2,267,055.56 Land Improvements 607,469.35 Buildings 16,144,449.10 Equipment 6,516,082.31 Total $25,535,056.32 32 SS K M f M f - Z N I O R ARNOLD OSMAN ABRAHAM MARTINSVILLE, INDIANA THETA KAPPA PSI. ALBERT HARDING ADAMS KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN CHESTER HOWARD ADAMS NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS PHI BETA PI. ARTS AND SCIENCES MEDICINE FRANCES LOUISE ADAMS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA PHI; MU PHI EPSILON; CLASS HOCKEY (1-3); CHORAL UNION (2, 3); PLAYERS CLUB (2, 3); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY, MUSIC COMMITTEE; CHAIRMAN STUDENT LEAGUE OF MATINEE MUSICALE (3). JAMES ROBERT ADAMS DETROIT, MICHIGAN ROBERT MAC REA ADAMS ALMA, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ENGINEERING HELEN BARNET ADLER ROCHESTER, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES MANDOLIN CLUB (1); MASQUES; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. GERTRUDE IRENE ADRIANCE PAW PAW , MICHIGAN LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA (3, 4). ARTS AND SCIENCES MARGUERITE MAY AINSWORTH BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PI BETA PHI; WYVERN; SIGMA DELTA PHI; WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE BOARD (3); CHAIRMAN SENIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; MASQUES (1-4). MAURICE SLUYTER ALBERDA GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS. AUDREY REBECCA ALBERT OTTAWA, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA; WOMEN ' S EDUCATIONAL CLUB; HONOR COUNCIL. GEORGE ALFRED ALDERTON, 2ND SAGINAW, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CHI PHI; ALPHA DELTA SIGMA; GARGOYLE (1, 2), FOREIGN ADVERTISING MANAGER (3); CHAIRMAN OF MICHIGAN OPERA PROGRAM (4). FORD RAYMOND ALEXANDER WILKINSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA. LOUISE ELIZABETH ALFSEN ALPENA, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES NURSING GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB (3, 4); NURSES ' CLASS TREASURER (5); PRESIDENT NURSES ' STUDENT COUNCIL (5). 34 m V ALBERT EDMOXD ALLAN DETROIT, MICHIGAN SIGMA xu; CHIMES (1-3); ARTS AXD SCIENCES SWIMMING SQUAD (3); CHAIRMAN SENIOR SINGS COMMITTEE. ELIZABETH BARBARA ALLAN DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AXD SCIENCES ZETA TAU ALPHA; MUMMERS (1-4); GLEE CLUB (4); PLAYERS ' CLUB (1); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAT. ALONZO C. ALLEN DETROIT, MICHIGAN- KAPPA SIGMA. ARTS AND SCIENCES JOHN CRAIG ALLEN DANVILLE, KENTUCKY ARTS AXD SCIENCES ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA; PLAYERS CLUB (1, 2); ENGLISH HONOR STUDENT (4). RALPH ERIC ALLEN ALLEGAX, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY PSI OMEGA; DENTAL SOCIETY (3, 4); CRAFTSMEN CLUB (1-4). ALBERT REINHOLD ALLIASON DETROIT, MICHIGAN- ED UCATIOX WEST JOSEPH ALTENBURG EDEN. NEW YORK PHYSICAL EDUCATION PHI EPSILON KAPPA; SCALP AND BLADE; UNION UNDERGRADUATE COMMITTEE (4); PRESIDENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB (3. 4). EDITH SHIRLEY ALVTN DETROIT, MICHIGAN EDUCATION ATHENA; PLAYERS ' CLUB; CHAIRMAN OF CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE; CHORAL UNION. INGRED M. ALVING IRON MOUNTAIN, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES LE CERCLE FRAXCAIS; SENIOR SOCIETY; BLACK QUILL; MICHIGANENSIAN EDITORIAL (3); DAILY (3, 4); RIFLE TEAM; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; MANDOLIN CLUB (1-4); HONOR POINT SYSTEM COMMITTEE (3, 4); JUDICIARY COUNCIL (3); GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB (2-4). SANTOS PRIMO AMADED PONCE, PORTO RICO ARTS AND SCIENCES LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA; SOCIOLOGY CLUB; COS- MOPOLITAN CLUB. PHILIP DENSMORE AMADON PORT HURON, MICHIGAN MEDICINE PHI RHO SIGMA; PHI SIGMA; ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA. NORMAN HERMAN AMOS ABERDEEN, SOUTH DAKOTA PHI CHI. MEDICINE BERT WILLARD AMSTER CLEVELAND, OHIO ARTS AXD SCIENCES SIGMA ALPHA MU; GARGOYLE (1-3); ASSISTANT BUSI- NESS MANAGER (4). FORREST C. AMSTUTZ BAY CITY, MICHIGAN ARTS AXD SCIENCES KAPPA DELTA RHO; CROSS-COUNTRY (1, 2); TRACK (1, 2). BKS JOSEPH ARTHUR AMTER LEADVILLE, COLORADO PHI BETA DELTA. ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTHUR EMIL ANDERSON IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN LAW VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS, QUARTERMASTER (1), COMMANDER (2). CHRISTIAN THEODORE ANDERSEN CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES BETA SIGMA PSI. HAROLD EDWARD ANDERSEN GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN- ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA. ENGINEERING MARIE H. ANDERSON BAY CITY, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES WESTMINSTER HALL; SOCIOLOGY CLUB. VIRGIL ANDERSON DETROIT, MICHIGAN GLEE CLUB. SHERMAN E. ANDREWS MARCELLUS, MICHIGAN THETA KAPPA PSI. ARCHITECTURE MEDICINE HERBERT CHARLES ANNAS PORT HURON, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS. RINTARO AOKI KOBE, JAPAN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION- MARY ELLEN APPLETON GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN- ALPHA OMICRON PI. ARTS AND SCIENCES HUGH COLLINS ARMSTRONG BELLEVUE, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA NU; QUADRANGLE; LE CERCLE FRANCAIS; GLEE CLUB (3, 4); MICHIGAN UNION OPERA (4). JOHN WALLACE ARMSTRONG DETROIT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING STANLEY HUFFMAN ARMSTRONG BAY CITY, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA Pi; DAILY (2). ROY DALE ARN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- BACHELOR OF ARTS. MEDICINi: rasa 36 GLENN CHARLES ARNOLD WAKELEE. MICHIGAN ENGINEERING AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS. WILLIAM HOWARD ARNOLD SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH ENGINEERING BETA THETA Pi; TRIANGLES; VULCANS; TAU BETA PI; CHAIRMAN SENIOR ENGINEERING INVITATION COM- MITTEE. PEARL ESTHER ARNOVITS LAURUIM, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ADELIA CHEEVER HOUSE; JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY. GEORGE MICHAEL ARONEN DETROIT. MICHIGAN ENGINEERING AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS. EARLE ARONSON PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA PI LAMBDA PHI. ARTS AND SCIENCES LEWIS BERTRAM ARSCOTT ROGERS CITY. MICHIGAN ENGINEERING AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. ELIZABETH MARY ASSENMACHER DEARBORN. MICHIGAN DENTAL HYGIENE DOROTHY LUCILLE ATKINS BAY CfTY, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CHI OMEGA; MUMMERS; BLACK QUILL LITERARY SOCIETY. ESTHER GERTRUDE AUSTIN DETROIT. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES BETSY B ARBOUR DORMITORY. WILLIAM FRANCIS AUSTIN DETROIT, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI KAPPA SIGMA; MIMES; MICHIGAN UNION OPERA (2-4). ANGUS MAC DONALD BABCOCK ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES LES VOYAGEURS; CHIMES (2. 5); INLANDER (3, 4). KENNETH BELKNAP BABCOCK DETROIT, MICHIGAN- MEDICINE ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA; GALENS; VARSITY SWIMMING (1, 2); GLEE CLUB (1, 2). RICHARD GEORGE BABCOCK ROYAL OAK. MICHIGAN- EDUCATION BETA THETA PI; PHI EPSILON KAPPA; SPHINX; MICHIGAMUA; FOOTBALL (2-4). FRANK HAROLD BACKSTROM KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI LAW SIGMA DELTA KAPPA; DELTA SIGMA RHO; VARSITY DEBATE (?). 37 JAMES HENRY BACKUS LIMA, OHIO THETA KAPPA NU. EDGAR SAMUEL BACON ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DENTISTRY PSI OMEGA; ALPHA EPSILON MU; KAPPA KAPPA PSI; VARSITY BAND (2-5). BERND BAETCKE GROSSE POINTE, MICHIGAN- HERMITAGE. OLENA JEANNE BAILEY BOYNE CITY, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES EDWARD BIGELOW BAKER DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA CHI SIGMA. DOROTHY LAIRD BAKER DETROIT, MICHIGAN EDUCATION- MERLE CARL BAKER KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA SIGMA PHI J FOOTBALL (2, 3) ; BASEBALL (2-4). SAMUEL MUMFORD BAKER DETROIT, MICHIGAN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION- FREDERICK PHILLIP BAMBERGER MOUNT VERNOX, INDIANA LAW DELTA THETA PHI; MICHIGAN " LAW REVIEW. HARRY BAME TOLEDO, OHIO ERHART HERMAN BANK ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- DENTISTRY ARTS AND SCIENCES STEPHEN ARTHUR BANNISTER MILLBROOK, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA CHI. FREDERICK MARNER BARBAS DETROIT, MICHIGAN MEDICINE ANNETTE LYDIA BARBER LAWTON, OKLAHOMA MU PHI EPSILON. ARTS AND SCIENCES 38 CHARLES HILL BARBER ALBUQUERQUE, XEW MEXICO ARTS AXD SCIENCES PI KAPPA ALPHA; SIGMA GAMMA EPSILOX. EDITH COURTEXAY BARBER XEW YORK CITT, XEW YORK ARTS AXD SCIEXCES ALPHA ii DELTA; JUXIOR GIRLS " PLAY. ELIZABETH BATEY BARCLAY WACO, TEXAS ARTS AXD SCIEXCES KAPPA DELTA. THEODORE WILLIAM BARLOW BELDIXG. MICHIGAN EXGIXEERIXC TAU BETA PI. HELEN SARAH BARNARD PITTSFORD, VERMOXT JOHN EDGAR BARNES FREDOXIA, XEW YORK MAC CARROL BARNES AXX ARBOR, MICHIGAX I1EDICIXE ARTS AXD SCIEXCES ARTS AXD SCIEXCES IRMA LOWEXE BARXETT HOMER, 1XDIAXA ARTS AXD SCIEXCES DELTA ZETA; LIBRARY STAFF (3, 4). MARGARET MILLICEXT BARXUM WAUWATOSA, WISCOXSIX ARCHITECTURE GAMMA PHI BETA; WYV-ERX; T-SQUARE; HOCKEY (1); CLASS SECRETARY (2); JUXIOR GIRLS ' PLAY ADVER- TISIXG COMMITTEE; DECORATIOX CHAIRMAX, WOMEX ' S LEAGUE BAZAAR. GEORGE CHARLES BAROXE LOCKPORT, XEW YORK ARTS AXD SCIEXCES ALPHA PHI DELTA; IL CIRCOLO rrALiAXO. CLARENCE RICHARDSON BARROW MIAMI, FLORIDA ARTS AXD SCIEXCES SIGMA CHI. AVERY ALLEX BARTLETT DETROIT, MICHIGAX PSI OMEGA; DEXTAL SOCIETY. WILLARD BARTLETT, Jr. ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI PHI BETA PI. DEXTISTRY MEDICINE LORAX GALE BARTLEY DETROIT, MICHIGAX ARTS AXD SCIEXCES LA SOCIEDAD HISPAXICA (2-4), TREASURER (3), PRESIDENT - : BLANCHE DOROTHY BARTON OGDEN, UTAH ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA CHI OMEGA; ART EDITOR MICHIGANENSIAN (3,4). RICHARD EWING BARTON SHELBYVILLE, INDIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA CHI; UNION ASSISTANT RECORDING SECRE- TARY; RECORDING SECRETARY; CLASS MEMORIAL COMMITTEE; JUDICIARY COMMITTEE; INTERFRATERN- ITY COUNCIL. FRANKLIN WALTER BASK.K LANSING, MICHIGAN THETA KAPPA PSI. MEDICINE PAUL HERMAN BASSOW YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI CHI; MICHIGAN UNION OPERA (2). WILLIAM EMMET BATZLER MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN EDUCATION VIOLET WOODWORTH BAYLE CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA GAMMA DELTA. CAROLINE ELIZABETH BEACH FLINT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. JUSTICE HAZELTON BEACH JACKSON, MICHIGAN- DELTA SIGMA PHI; TAU BETA PI. ENGINEERING AZEL EDWARD BEAN GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN TAU KAPPA EPSILON; CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION CABINET (3). ARTS AND SCIENCES TRACK SQUAD; STUDENT ELIZABETH BEARD NORTHVILLE, MICHIGAN KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA. ARTS AND SCIENCES CHARLES HARRISON BEARDSLEY BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING THETA KAPPA NU; VULCANSJ SCABBARD AND BLADE; KAPPA KAPPA PSI; ENGINEERING SOCIETY (1); AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS (2); SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS (3); AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS; ALL-CAMPUS FENCING CHAMPIONSHIP (2); COS- MOPOLITAN CLUB (4); VARSITY BAND (1-3), STUDENT DIRECTOR (3); UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (1-3); GLEE CLUB (4). ROY ARTHUR BEATTY READING, PENNSYLVANIA ENGINEERING ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA. ARTHUR EUGENE BEAUDRY PERRYBURG, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES CRAFTSMEN CLUB. NEWELL BEBOIT DETROIT, MICHIGAN LAW 40 GEORGE RUSSELL BECK DETROIT, MICHIGAN CHAIRMAN CANE COMMITTEE -i . MARY FRANCES BEEMAN JACKSON, MICHIGAN- ALPHA CHI OMEGA. El DORA IRENE BE GOLE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- DELTA ZETA. MEDICINE ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES AMELIA KATHERINE BEHRHORST AVALON. PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA PHI; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; PLAYERS ' CLUB. LOUIS WINFIELD BEHRINGER DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES LAMBDA CHI ALPHA. AGNES LOUISE BELL DETROIT, MICHIGAN- ALPHA GAMMA DELTA. LOIS VIOLA BELL LANSING. MICHIGAN- ALPHA CHI OMEGA. ARTS AND SCIENCES EDUCATION- JULIAN GEORGE BELT HOLLAND, MICHIGAN PSI OMEGA; DENTAL SOCIETY. WALTER BELSER ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- PHI BETA PI. MARION BROWN BELTZ ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY ARTS AND SCIENCES ENGINEERING WINIFRED GRACE BENEDICT DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA OMICRON Pi; MASQUES; JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY. MAX WILLIAM BENJAMIN COLDWATER. MICHIGAN ENGINEERING HAROLD CHARLES BERGER FREMONT, OHIO BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CLUB. SYDNEY SEELY BERKE DETROIT, MICHIGAN- MEDICINE 41 ABRAHAM JACK BERKMAN STEUBENVILLE, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES ROBERT HERMAN DETROIT, MICHIGAN MEDICINE PHI DELTA EPSILON; LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA; GLEE CLUB; MANDOLIN CLUB. GLADYS BERNE-ALLEN NEW YORK, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES HONOR COUNCIL (3); VICE-PRESIDENT OF NEW YORK CLUB (3, 4); LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA, SOCIAL CHAIRMAN (2), VICE-PRESIDENT (3); WOMEN ' S EDUCATIONAL CLUB, SECRETARY-TREASURER (3). IRVING BERNSTEIN NEW YORK, NEW YORK PHI LAMBDA KAPPA. MEDICINE ALICE CHRISTINE BERRY ROMEO, MICHIGAN DENTAL HYGIENE ADELIA CHEEVER HOUSE; KAPPA PHI; CLASS SEC- RETARY-TREASURER (1). GRACE MERRIAM BESHGETOOR ALMA, MICHIGAN ALPHA EPSILON IOTA. MEDICINE HELEN MAY BEST PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES ZETATAU ALPHA; LE CERCLE FRANCAIS; TENNIS (2); PENNSYLVANIA CLUB. LUSTER FRANKLIN BEST JACKSON, MICHIGAN PSI OMEGA; CRAFTSMEN CLUB. DENTISTRY VVELDON GLENWOOD BETTENS HANCOCK, MICHIGAN LAW DELTA THETA PHI; ALPHA EPSILON MUJ BARRISTERS; MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW; CHAIRMAN CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE; VARSITY GLEE CLUB. CHARLES HOWARD BETTS LANSING, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MICHIGAN DAILY (3); MICHIGAN UNION OPERA (3). CHRISTINE MARIE BETZN ' ER DETROIT, MICHIGAN ALPHA XI DELTA. ARTS AND SCIENCES JAMES O. BIBBINS JACKSON, MICHIGAN MARY ARLINE BICKNELL PORTLAND, OREGON PI BETA PHI. ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES NORMA BELLE BICKNELL DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA SIGMA; PRESIDENT WOMEN ' S LEAGUE (4); MORTARBOARD; SENIOR SOCIETY; MICHIGAN DAILY (2, 3); CHORAL UNION (1); CHAIRMAN JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVE JUDICIARY COUNCIL; CHAIRMAN JUNIOR ADVISORY PUBLICITY COMMITTEE. 42 HARRY ENOS BINGHAM COBLES. MICHIGAN ARTS AXD SCIENCES ADELPHI HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES (3, 4). BEATRICE BIRD NORTHFIELD, MINNESOTA ARTS AND SCIENCES CHARLES SAMUEL BISHOP SUPERIOR, WISCONSIN ARTS AXD SCIENCES DAVID RAND BISHOP LANSING. MICHIGAN- PHI BETA KAPPA. ARTS AND SCIENCES YILLIAM HAROLD BITTEL PEORIA. ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES GAMMA SIGMA. HAZEL OLIVE BLACK CARO. MICHIGAN- MILDRED HELEN BLACK DETROIT. MICHIGAN- EDUCATION ARTS AND SCIENCES ELIZABETH THORBURN.BLACKWOOD DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA ALPHA THETA ; MORTARBOARD; WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOARD (4); ASSISTANT CHAIRMAN JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY (3); CHAIRMAN UNDERGRADUATE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE (4). ERNST DEL EL BLAIR WINONA, MINNESOTA ALVIX DAVIS BL1EDEN CONNERSVILLE, INDIANA DELTA UPSILOS. THEODORE LISTON BLISS SAX DUSKY, OHIO ALPHA DELTA PHI; XU SIGMA XV. NELLIE BERN ETA BLOCK ALMA, MICHIGAN- ALPHA EPSILON IOTA; IOTA SIGMA PI. ARTS AXD SCIENCES MEDICINE MEDICINE FRANK STEPHEN CHARLES BLOOM ROCHESTER, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI SIGMA KAPPA; BOXING TEAM (2). MYRON JULIUS BLOTCKY OMAHA, NEBRASKA ARTS AND SCIENCES PI LAMBDA PHI. l gl! fr - fc MORRIS DAVID BLUMENTHAL MARION, INDIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES ZETA BETA TAUJ PI DELTA EPSILON; ALPHA DELTA SIGMA; CHIMES (1, 2), ADVERTISING MANAGER (3). ALBERT WILLIAM BOEHRIXGER BAY CITY, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALEXANDER WILLIAM BOLDYREFF BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN PHI LAMBDA UPSILON. ARTS AND SCIENCES HIRAM CLAIRE BOND ROYAL OAK, MICHIGAN LAW STUDENTS ' DIRECTORY (2-4); THE BRIEF; ADELPHI. ORVILLE JOSEPH BOND HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN DAILY (1). ARTS AND SCIENCES WILLIAM LAWRENCE BONHAM HOBART, OKLAHOMA MEDICINE PHI CHi; ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA. LEONARD STANSELL BONNELL DOWAGIAC, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING VARSITY BAND (1, 2). BERT ROBINSON BOONE GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN THETA KAPPA PSI. ARTS AND SCIENCES KATHARINE BARNUM BOOTH SPEARFISH, SOUTH DAKOTA ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA GAMMA; MICHIGANENSIAN (3, 4); CHORAL UNION (3); GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB (3. 4). GEORGE HERMAN BORG DBS MOINES, IOWA ARTS AND SCIENCES MILDRED FRANCES BORING RUTLEDGE, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA DELTA; IL CIRCOLO ITALIANO, PRESIDENT (4) ; FRESHMAN GIRLS ' GLEE CLUBJ GIRLS GLEE CLUB (2, 3), LIBRARIAN (4); CHORAL UNION (1-3); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. HASSELTINE H. P. BOURLAND LAKE LINDEN, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; STYLUS. DOROTHY LUCILLE BOWERS ENID, OKLAHOMA EDUCATION ALFRED CONNOR BOWMAN DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA DELTA KAPPA; VICE-PRESIDENT OK 1928 LAW CLASS; LAW CLUB. 44 EDWARD LLEWELLYN BOWMAN GREENVILLE, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA TAU DELTA. ARTS AND SCIENCES HERMAN ELIAS BOXER NEWARK. NEW JERSEY MICHIGAN DAILY; TRACK. BENJAMIN BOYCE LANSING. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI BETA KAPPA; VARSITY GLEE CLUB (3, 4); VARSITY BAND (1-3); MICHIGAN UNION OPERA (2, 4); SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (1-4); ALPHA EPSILON MV. ROSWELL GORDON BOYCE HARRISVILLE, MICHIGAN CRAFTSMEN CLUB; DENTAL SOCIETY. DENTISTRY MARSHALL EDWARD BOYD CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ALPHA TAU OMEGA. CLARENCE ALLAN BRADY GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN JOSEPH VIRGIL BRADY HOWELL, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES ENGINEERING ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI KAPPA; KAPPA PHI SIGMA; MICHIGAN UNION- OPERA (4). MARIE 1SABELL BRADY DETROIT. MICHIGAN- EDUCATION THETA PHI ALPHA; STUDENT DIRECTORY; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. ELIZABETH ANGELA BRAMBLE WEBSTER GROVES, MISSOURI ARTS AND SCIENCES MABLE MARIAN BRANCH ROYAL OAK, MICHIGAN EDUCATION- CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT (3); CHAIRMAN CLASS SOCIAL COMMITTEE (4); CHORAL UNION (3 , 4 ) ; J UNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. MARGARET MARY BRANDT LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES HONOR COUNCIL; SENIOR PROMENADE COMMITTEE. JUDITH IRENE BREITENBACH DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MICHIGAN DAILY; LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA. VIOLA GENEY1YE BREKKE NIELSVILLE, MINNESOTA ARTS AND SCIENCES ZETA TAU ALPHA; LE CERCLE FRANCAIS (3); PHI BETA KAPPA; IOTA SIGMA PI. JAMES WILLIAM BRENNAN MT. CLEMENS, MICH1GAN LES VOYAGEURS; QUARTERDECK. ENGINEERING 45 KATHERINE A. BREWER ROMEO, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA ALPHA THETA ; CHORAL UNION (3,4);] UNIOR GIRLS PLAY. WILLIAM RICH BREYER NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE MICHIGAN DAILY (4). ARTS AND SCIENCES THOMAS VERNON BRIGGS MT. STERLING, ILLINOIS LAW CRAFTSMEN CLUB; SECRETARY LAWYERS CLUB, 192S- ' 26. FREDERICA BRITTON ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI ARTS AND SCIENCES MARTHA COOK DORMITORY, HOUSE PRESIDENT (3). DANIEL RICHARDS BROCKETT NORTH HAVEN, CONNECTICUT ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA CHI SIGMA. LILLIAN RUMSEY BRONSON ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA DELTA PHI; MASQUES; PLAYERS ' CLUB; COMEDY CLUB. MARGARET ESTHER BROOKS GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA GAMMA; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. HELEN ISABEL BROWN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI GAMMA MUJ FRESHMAN GIRLS GLEE CLUB; GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB. ARTS AND SCIENCES ROBERT JUDSOX BROWN YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN- ALPHA TAU OMEGA; MICHIGAMUA; SPHINX; FOOT- BALL (2-4); CAPTAIN (4). R. WENDELL BROWN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN LAW ADELPHi; MICHIGAN DAILY (2); PLAYERS ' CLUB (4); FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB; CHORAL UNION. ARTS AND SCIENCES RUTH HELEN BROWNE DETROIT, MICHIGAN HELEN NEWBERRY DORMITORY; JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY. ALFRED ALLEN BROWNING PORT HURON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MICHIGAN DAILY (2); COMEDY CLUBJ CHORAL UNION (1, 2). MURIEL ELINORE BRUSIE NORTH BRANCH, MICHIGAN EDUCATION ARTS AND SCIENCES PAUL WHEELER BRUSKE DETROIT, MICHIGAN PSI UPSILON; MIMES; UNION PUBLICITY COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN; FATHERS ' DAY COMMITTEE; LIFE MEM- BERSHIP ASSISTANT CHAIRMAN. 46 BRUCE BUCHANAN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- ANNA LOUISE BUCK MORRIS, ILLINOIS ENGINEERING ARTS AND SCIENCES EUGENE KIERNAN BUCK. YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO DENTISTRY ALPHA SIGMA PHI; J-HOP COMMITTEE (3). EARL FAY BUCKNELL STURGIS, MICHIGAN ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA. ARTS AND SCIENCES PASQUAL MICHAEL BUDGE SAGINAW, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING ALPHA CHI SIGMA; PHI LAMBDA UPSILON. JOHN OSCAR BUEHLER DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA TAU DELTA; GARGOYLE (2). CLIFFORD CHAPPINS BUEHRER ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY DELTA SIGMA DELTA; CLASS PRESIDENT 1926. GEORGE PUFFER BUGBEE WAUKESHA, WISCONSIN ARTS AND SCIENCES MICHIGAN DAILY BUSINESS STAFF (3). JACK KNIGHTOX BULMER YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO THETA XI ; GLEE CLUB. ENGINEERING JOSEPH WARREN BURBA DETROIT, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY PSI OMEGA; DENTAL SOCIETY; CLASS SECRETARY (2). STEPHEN LOVELL BURGWIN GUYS MILLS, PENNSYLVANIA ENGINEERING TAU BETA PI (3); TRACK (3); AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS, SECRETARY (3). ARTS AND SCIENCES ROBERT ALDEN BURHANS LANSING, MICHIGAN THETA KAPPA PSI ; ALPHA EPSILON MUJ KAPPA KAPPA PSI; VARSITY BAND (3, 4); VICE-PRESIDENT OF BAND (4). FLORENCE CHRISTINE BURK MT. CLEMENS, MICHIGAN EDUCATION- MARTHA COOK BUILDING; BLACK QUILL; WOMEN ' S EDUCATIONAL CLUBJ MT. CLEMENS CLUB; CLASS BASEBALL (3). GEORGE TREBLE BURKE DETROIT, MICHIGAN- CHI PSI. ARTS AND SCIENCES fevsa " " " wtr- VIRGINIA BURKE GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA ALPHA THETAJ SENIOR BALL COMMITTEE; COMEDY CLUB. LAWRENCE DARIUS BURKHARDT BAY CITY, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA Pi; SIGMA GAMMA EPSILON. SAMUEL BROOKS BURNSTEIN HOLYOKE, MASSACHUSETTS LAW TAU EPSILON PHI. SELWYN PATTISON BURRIDGE KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN PSI OMEGA. DENTISTRY GORDON JOHN BURRIS CANTON, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI MU ALPHA; PRESS CLUB; MICHIGAN DAILY (2). MARION J. BURROWS MARINE CITY, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ZETA TAU ALPHA; FRESHMAN GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. CHARLOTTE BURTT GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN " ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA ALPHA IOTA; SYMPHONIC LEAGUE BOARD; CHORAL UNION. WALTER TOWXER BURWELL SPRING LAKE, MICHIGAN ENGIXKi.RIM, LUIS GERMAN BUSTAMANTE LA PAZ, BOLIVIA ARTS AND SCIENCES COSMOPOLITAN CLUB. MONTGOMERY BUTCHART DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ORVILLE KINLEY BUTZBACH BENTON HARBOR, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING LAMBDA CHI ALPHA. RAFAEL LUIS CABEZAS SANTIAGO DEL ESTERO, ARGENTINA ENGINEERING QUARTERDECK. MILDRED CALDWELL ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MAURICE SCANLON CALLAGHAN JACKSON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI KAPPA; MICHIGAN UNION OPERA ORCHESTRA (3). SS i2 48 ROY HANEY CALLAHAN FLINT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES TRICON; SPHINX; MICHIGAMUA; M-CLUB; CROSS COUNTRY (1-4), CAPTAIN (4); TRACK (.1-4); BASEBALL (1); UNION VICE-PRESIDENT (4); CHAIR- MAN CLASS ATHLETIC COMMITTEE (3); GLEE CLUB (1); ADELPHI (1-4); ORATORICAL BOARD (3); VESLEYAN G UILD TRE AS URER (3). MARGARET ELEANOR CALVERT HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA GAMMA; MU PHI EPSILON; UNIVERSITY GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB (3,4): CHORAL UNION (3,4); PLAY- ERS " CLUB; MUMMERS (3, 4); KAPPA PHI; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. JAMES CLARK CAMP DETROIT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING GEORGE FRANCIS CAMPAU ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS. ALICE ALEXA CAMPBELL DETROIT, MICHIGAN EDUCATION PORTIA LITERARY SOCIETY; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. MARY ISABEL CAMPBELL DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CHORAL UNION (3, 4); LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA. RODERICK ALEXANDER CAMPBELL DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES LAMBDA CHI ALPHA; MIC HIGANE NSIAN (2); VARSITY BAND (2). STUART MALCOLM CAMPBELL TOLEDO, OHIO ENGINEERING AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS. STEVE ANTON CANAYERA NORWAY, MICHIGAN EMALYN PAULINE CAN BY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA KAPPA; LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA; Y.W.C.A. CABINET (3); BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. FLORA LUCILLE CANBY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA KAPPA; ATHENA LITERARY SOCIETY. GEORGE NYE CANNON BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN psi OMEGA; CLASS TREAS. (1). HELEN MARIE CANNON ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY MEDICINE ALPHA EPSILON IOTA; IOTA SIGMA Pi; PHI BETA KAPPA; BACHELOR OF ARTS, 1924. EDNA NARCISSUS CANTRALL SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA. ARTS AND SCIENCES 49 WILLIAM ALDEN CAPEN LOCKPORT, NEW YORK WILLIAM CARDEW NATIONAL MINE, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING EDUCATION- EUGENE F. CARDWELL NOBLESVILLE, INDIANA ENGINEERING TRICON; TRIANGLES; CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT (4); ENGINEERING HONOR COMMITTEE (2-4). BRUCE EDWARD CARL NEW HAVEN, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY PHI MU DELTA; PSI OMEGA; FRESHMAN BASEBALL. LOUISE HELEN CARLISLE ARTS AND SCIENCES SAGINAW, MICHIGAN SIGMA KAPPA; CERCLE FRANCAIS; COSMOPOLITAN CLUB. CARL PAUL CARLSON ENGLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY HERSCHEL W. CARNEY KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING RALPH RANDOLPH CARPENTER YORKTOWN, INDIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES JOHN CHARLES CARROLL BUCYRUS, OHIO PHI KAPPA PSI. ARTS AND SCIENCES RUTH MARIAN CARSON ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA DELTA DELTA; WYVERN (3); PHI BETA KAPPA (3); ATHENA (2, 3); KAPPA PHI (2-4), PRESIDENT (4); CLASS FINANCE COMMITTEE (2); AUTHOR JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY (3); LEAGUE LIFE MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN (2). FRANCIS BRADLEY CASE HAMMONDSPORT, NEW YORK BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION GAMMA SIGMA. DONALD LAMPERT CASTLE DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CLAIR CECIL CATHERMAN YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES GLEE CLUB; CHORAL UNION. GEORGE ROBERT CHADWICK GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING TAU BETA Pi; AMERICAN SOCIETY CIVIL ENGINEERS so WARD L. CHADWICK GRAXD RAPIDS. MICHIGAN MEDICINE ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA; ALPHA EPSILON Ml " KAPPA KAPPA PSi: CHAIRMAN INVITATION COMMITTE1 VARSITY BAND (3, 4). WING GU CHAN HOS KOXG, CHINA ARCHITECTURE TAU SIGMA DELTA. VALLABH CHANDR CHANDAN KARADHI. INDIA ENGINEERING ARTS AND SCIENCES FLORENCE KING CHANG SARNIA. ONTARIO ADELIA CHEEVER HOUSE. HAROLD HUDSON CHANNER DETROIT. MICHIGAN LAWYERS ' CLUB. EN-CHU CHAO ANKING, CHINA ARTS AND SCIENCES PRESIDENT CHINESE STUDENTS ' CLUB. JAMES FRANK CHAPMAN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING AMERICAN SOCIETY MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (4). GWENDOLEN LILLIAN CHARLES DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA ii DELTA; LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA (3, 4). HAROLD CHATLIX DETROIT, MICHIGAN PHI LAMBDA KAPPA. MEDICINE SUSAN cHAxc CHOW, CHINA ARTS AND SCIENCES COSMOPOLITAN CLUB; CHINESE STUDENTS ' CLUB. ROYAL FRANK CHERRY GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI GAMMA DELTA; DRUIDS; BASKETBALL (2-4); BASEBALL (3); CLASS PRESIDENT (1); SENIOR CLASS ATHLETIC COMMITTEE. WARREN HERBERT CHITTEXDEN DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA PHI EPSILON; ATHLETIC PROGRAM (2, 3); UNION SOCIAL COMMITTEE (3). VANCE ALLEX CHRISTIAN ROXBURY, VIRGINIA ALPHA PHI ALPHA. MEDICINE CORNELIUS WELLS CHRISTIE GOSHEN. NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA SIGMA PHi; MICHIGAN DAILY (2, 3); MICHI- GAN SUMMER DAILY (2). ALOIS JOSEPH CHRONOWSKI HAMTRAMCK, MICHIGAN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CLUB (1); CLASS SEC- RETARY (4); POLONIA LITERARY CIRCLE (4). VIOLA JEANETTE CHUBB DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA. DALE JACOB CLAIRE CHELSEA, MICHIGAN RUTH GERTRUDE CLAPP UTICA, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES CATHARINE MARY CLARK ESCANABA, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MICHIGAN DAILY (2); MICHIGANENSIAN (3); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; CERCLE FRANCAIS (3,4); LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA (3, 4). CHARLES JUNIOR CLARK ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN KAPPA DELTA RHOJ PHI CHI. FRANCES MARIE CLARK DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES ENGINEERING ARTS AND SCIENCES FRANK CAMERON CLARK KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN GEORGE HAYNES CLARK DETROIT, MICHIGAN GRACE BELLE CLARK THREE OAKS, MICHIGAN JOSEPHINE ARENA CLARK ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA DELTA; WYVERN; CERCLE FRANCAIS (3); LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA (1); FRESHMAN FROLIC COMMITTEE; JUNIOR ADVISORY CHAIRMAN; SOCIAL COMMITTEE OF THE WOMEN ' S LEAGUE (1). ROBERT RUSSELL CLARK CONOQUENESSING, PENNSYLVANIA MEDICINE ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA; GALENS; ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA; CLASS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (3); CLASS HONOR COMMITTEE (4); CLASS MEMORIAL COMMIT- TEE, CHAIRMAN (4). CONSTANCE CLARKE WOONSOCKET, RHODE ISLAND ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA DELTA; MORTARBOARD (4); WYVERN (3); SIGMA DELTA PHI (4); ATHENA (3, 4); GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB (2, 3); VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE WOMEN ' S LEAGUE (4); CHAIRMAN OF LIFE MEMBERSHIP COM- MITTEE (3); CHAIRMAN OF PROPERTIES, JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. KATHRYN LOUISE CLARKE HASTINGS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PI BETA PHI; WYVERN; COMEDY CLUB; MASQUES, TREASURER (3); MUMMERS, SECRETARY (2), VICE- PRESIDENT (3), PRESIDENT (4); CHAIRMAN PUBLICI- TY COMMITTEE, JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY; CHAIRMAN CLASS SOCIAL COMMITTEE (2). " am 52 NORMA EDITH CLARKE DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA DELTA; WYVERX (3); SECRETARY WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (3, 4); CLASS BASKETBALL (2-4), CAPTAIN (2); CLASS BASEBALL, CAPTAIN (3); ATHENA (.3, 4), VICE-PRESIDENT (4). WILBERT TYDE CLAXTON ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN MEDICINE ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA; HONOR COMMITTEE (1); BACHELOR OF ARTS 1923. CAROL EVERTSOX CLEAVER MOLINE. ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES MARGARET ELIZABETH CLEMENS PLYMOUTH, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MARTHA COOK; LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICAJ CHORAL UNION (3); KAPPA PHI. JACK MC IXTYRE CLIFFORD TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN EDUCATION THETA KAPPA NU. DOROTHY IREXE CLIXE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA DELTA; WYVERN: MORTARBOARD: ATHENA, PRESIDENT; KAPPA PHI. EDWIN HORACE COACHMAN TAMPA, FLORIDA MEDICINE JOHX WILLIAM COALE HAVRE DE GRACE, MARYLAND DELTA PHI; TRIANGLES. ENGINEERING FLORENCE HAMLIN COATS DURAND, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA DELTA. WILLIAM JESSE COBB LAWRENCE, MICHIGAN II PSI PHI. DENTISTRY HARRY EVERETT COBURN BUFFALO, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES SCALP AND BLADE. DELMAS JOAN COCHLIN TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN ALPHA CHI OMEGA. ARTS AND SCIENCES PHILIPPUS MARZ COETZEE BELFAST, TRANSVACL, SOUTH AFRICA DENTISTRY SOUTH AFRICAN S. C.; COSMOPOLITAN CLUB; DENTAL SOCIETY. WILLIAM GEORGE COFFIN PHOENIX, ARIZONA ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA CHI. ' m JACK ROBERT COHEN LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA LAW PHI EPSILON Pi; MICHIGANENSIAN BUSINESS STAFF (2, 3); MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW. ROBERT ABRAHAM COHN HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY CHARLES JOHN COLE WAUSEON, OHIO LAW LAMBDA CHI ALPHA; GAMMA ETA GAMMA; DELTA SIGMA RHO; ALPHA EPSILON MU; VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE FRESHMAN LAW CLASS; VARSITY DEBATE. DAVID DENTON COLE BALTIC, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING GRACE GAIL COLLINS FRANKFORT, MICHIGAN PHARMACY CHI OMEGA. WILLIAM TRUMAN COLMAN DUNKIRK, NEW YORK ENGINEERING PSI UPSILON. EDNA PEARL COLWELL CASS CITY, MICHIGAN EDUCATION DAVID HAROLD CONDIT WALLA WALLA, WASHINGTON MEDICINE PHI CHI; ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA; PHI SIGMA; GALENS. BEMSLEY WILSON CONN OWOSSO, MICHIGAN ALPHA CHI SIGMA. ENGINEERING JOSEPHINE MARIE COOK DAVISBURG, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES WENDELL JOSEPH COOK FLINT, MICHIGAN PHI KAPPA SIGMA. PHILIP CHARLES COOKE KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN THETA CHI. ARTS AND SCIENCES ENGINEERING MARY ELIZABETH COOLEY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES COLLEGIATE SOROSIS; STYLUS; PHI BETA KAPPA; INLANDER. RUTH ELIZABETH COON ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES flu 2_. Jr m 54 MARY LOUISE COONEV DETROIT. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA PHI ALPHA; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. LORETTA FRANCIS COOPER CARO, MICHIGAN EDUCATION- ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; WYVERN; JUDICIARY COUNCIL WOMEN ' S LEAGUE (4); PORTIA LITERARY SOCIETY --4l; GLEE CLUB (1, 2); SECRETARY (3), PRESI- DENT (4). ROBERT JOSEPH COOPER DETROIT. MICHIGAN MEDICINE ALPHA TAU OMEGA; xu SIGMA xu; GALEXS (6, 7); CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT (7); UNION VICE-PRESIDENT i 4, 7). HOMER K. COPPERNALL OAKLEY, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING STUART JOSEPH CORBETT MENOMINEE. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA DELTA CHI; MICHIGAN DAILY. GOLDIE BRITA CORN ELI USON ISHPEMING, MICHIGAN MEDICINE ALPHA EPSILON IOTA; IOTA SIGMA PI; CLASS SEC- RETARY (2). EVA LUCTLE CORNELL ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA ZETA; KAPPA PHI; JUNIOR ADVISORY COM- MITTEE (3); SENIOR CLASS SOCIAL COMMITTEE OF WOMEN ' S LEAGUE. ANDRE JOHN CORTOPASSI DEMMON. MICHIGAN CIRO AMBROSIO COSTA SAN NICOLAS. ARGENTINA MEDICINE ENGINEERING HAROLD A. COURTR1GHT BENTON HARBOR. MICHIGAN DENTISTRY VARSITY BAND (1); CHORAL UNION (2). HELEN L. COVELL WHITEHALL, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CERCLE FRANCAIS; IL CIRCULO ITALIANO. ELMO GREGORY CRABTREE, Jr. SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA. MEDICINE MARGUERITE GRAIN WEBSTER GROVES, MISSOURI ARTS AND SCIENCES CARLOS JAMES CRAMTON MAY WOOD, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES WILLIAM WARREN CREBS BELLEVUE, OHIO PSI OMEGA. MYRTLE DOROTHY CREGO ROYAL OAK, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY EDUCATION CHARLES VAN VALKENBERG CR1TTENDEN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES FIRM1N JAMES CROSS FLINT, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY MARY MARJORIE CROSS DETROIT, MICHIGAN EDUCATION KAPPA PHI. ROBERT NEAL CROSS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA DELTA RHOJ SCABBARD AND BLADE. ARTS AND SCIENCES ALLIN BLAND CROUCH DETROIT, MICHIGAN SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON; MICHIGAMUA; SPHINX; PHI BETA KAPPA; MICHIGANENSIAN(2-4), MANA GING EDITOR (4); MANAGING EDITOR OF STUDENTS DI- RECTORY (4). MARY CATHERINE CROWLEY TOLEDO, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES WILLIAM BYRNES CUDL1P IRON MOUNTAIN, MICHIGAN LAW PHI KAPPA PSi; PHI DELTA PHIJ BARRISTERS. ARTHUR MERL CULLER MOUNT MORRIS, ILLINOIS MEDICINE PHI CHI. GUY DEIBET LAVERNE CULVER ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN MEDICINE PHI CHI. WILLIAM CHAUNCEY CUMINGS OTTER LAKE, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI KAPPA SIGMA. JACK PRIOR CUMMINGS DETROIT, MICHIGAN LAMBDA CHI ALPHA. MARGARET AGNES CUMMISKKY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN KAPPA BETA PI. ENGINEERING DAWNITA V. CURTIS VATERVLIET, MICHIGAN- KAPPA PHI. ROGER WILLIAM CURTIS CHEVY CHASE, MARYLAND TAU KAPPA EPSILON. EDUCATION ' ARTS AND SCIENCES THOMAS FOLGER GUSHING ELYRIA, OHIO ALPHA DELTA PHI; NU SIGMA NU. MEDICINE FRED. A. CUTHBERT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN FORD KENNETH DAINES HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN DELTA SIGMA DELTA. THOMAS EUGENE DALEY DETROIT, MICHIGAN LAMBDA CHI ALPHA. ARTS AND SCIENCES DENTISTRY ARTS AND SCIENCES JAMES DALE DARLING HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN ARCHITECTURE HERMITAGE; J-HOP COMMITTEE (3). EDWARD WILLARD DART PELHAM, NEW YORK ENGINEERING LESTER BENE DASHER DETROIT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING WEB AND FLANGE. RUTH ALICE DAVIDSON SIOUX CITY, IOWA ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA EPSILON PHI; BLACK QUILL; COMMITTEE PAN-HELLENIC BALL. ELIZABETH TRACEY DAVIES TOLEDO, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA GAMMA; MU PHI EPSILON; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY MUSIC COMMITTEE. ELDRED LYMAN DAVIS HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA DELTA RHO; LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA; MICHIGAN UNION OPERA. EDWIN WALLACE DAVIS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN EDUCATION ROUND TABLE, COSMOPOLITAN CLUBJ GLEE CLUB; STUDENT ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION CABINET. ARTS AND SCIENCES FRANCI S WARD DAVIS BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN ALPHA SIGMA PHI; ALPHA DELTA SIGMA; MICHIGAN- ENSIAN (1-3); UNION SOCIAL COMMITTEE (2); MICHIGAN UNION OPERA COMMITTEE (2, 3). GEORGE WASHINGTON DAVIS ARTS AND SCIENCES DETROIT, MICHIGAN MICHIGAMUA; PI DELTA EPSILON; MICHIGAN DAILY (1-4), EDITOR (4). RAYMOND WILLIAM DAVIS MT. STERLING, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA NU; SECRETARY OF REPUBLICAN CLUB. JAMES BRAYTON DEANE GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING SIGMA PHI; VULCANS; UNION OFFICES; ASSISTANT RECORDER (3), EXECUTIVE COUNCIL (3); SOPHOMORE PROM COMMITTEE; MICHIGAN UNION OPERA (4). FRANK DEANS DETROIT, MICHIGAN KAPPA SIGMA. GUY WILLIAM DE BOER DETROIT, MICHIGAN PHI CHI. ARTS AND SCIENCES MEDICINE SIDNEY DE BOER DETROIT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING TRIANGLES; WEB AND FLANGE; AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. HORACE NORMAN DECKER EVELETH, MINNESOTA ARTS AND SCIENCES WILLIAM HOWARD DE COU OXFORD, MICHIGAN PHARMACY PHI DELTA CHI; PRESCOTT CLUB, VICE-PRESIDENT (3), SECRETARY (4); CLASS TREAS URER (2). CAESAR DE GIUSTINO DETROIT, MICHIGAN FRANK R. DENTZ , Jr. DETROIT, MICHIGAN- MEDICINE ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA ALPHA EPSILON; ALPHA DELTA SIGMA; MICHIGAN DAILY (3, 4). RUTH ALICE DERBYSHIRE HUDSON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALEXANDER V. DIAMOND SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES ADELPHI. DOROTHY FRANCES DICK HOLLAND, MICHIGAN LE CERCLF. FRANCAIS. IRVING BLACKWOOD DICK WHITE PLAINS, NEW YORK ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA. ARTS AND SCIENCES ENGINEERING 58 . KARA D. DIEHL DETROIT, MICHIGAN- PHI MU ALPHA; PHI ALPHA DELTA. ARTS AND SCIENCES JOHN SIEMON DIEKHOFF ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN THETA CHI. WILLIAM LEWIS DIEXER HARRISBURG. PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES CHI PSi; SIGMA DELTA CHI; SPHINX; DRUIDS; MICHIGANENSIAN EDITORIAL STAFF (1-4), ORGANI- ZATIONS EDITOR (3), ADVISORY STAFF (4); MICHIGAN VNION OFFICES; RECEPTION DEPARTMENT (2). GEN- ERAL CHAIRMAN UNDERCLASS DEPARTMENT (3); CHAIRMAN SENIOR BALL COMMITTEE; STUDENT COUN- CIL (4); PRESIDENT MICHIGAN UNION (4); MIMES. CARL GEORGE DIETSCH TOLEDO, OHIO ENGINEERING HARRIET DOROTHY DIVELV GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA PHI; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; YOUNG WOMEN ' S CHRISTIAN " ASSOCIATION CABINET. CAROL ELEANOR DIXON DUNDEE, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES FRESHMAN GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB; CHORAL UNION (2, 3). JOHN BAVLIS DIXON CORNING. NEW YORK CLASS TREASURER (4). DENTISTRY MARGERY DIXON LIMA, OHIO MARTHA COOK DORMITORY. ARTS AND SCIENCES WILLIAM CORNELIUS DIXON CLEVELAND, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES PI KAPPA ALPHA; DELTA SIGMA RHO; ADELPHI; VARSITY DEBATE (2, 3); EXTEMPORANEOUS DEBAT- ING CONTEST (2); AT KINSON ORATORICAL CONTEST (2); VICE-PRESIDENT ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION .- . PRESIDENT ASSOCIATION (4). HAVEN FRAZELLE DOANE TOLEDO, OHIO DENTISTRY HAROLD HENRY DOBBERTEEN STURGIS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES HAROLD EVERETT DODDS FLINT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES LUCY DOMBOORAJIAN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN WILMA DONAHUE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES JOSEPH GLENN DONALDSON PONTIAC, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA ALPHA EPSILOXJ MICHIGAMUA; SPHINX; BLUE KEY; FOOTBALL MANAGER (4); STUDENT COUNCIL (4). TANETA VICTORIA DOSTER ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN T-SQUARE. ARCHITECTURE DONALD BRUNDAGE DOUBLEDAY KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MICHIGAN DAILY (3). GEORGE A. DOUGLAS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PRESIDENT METHODIST GUILD (4). ARTS AND SCIENCES BERNARD KENT DOYLE CLIO, MICHIGAN SIGMA DELTA KAPPA. RICHARD FERRIS DOYLE GALESBURG, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA SIGMA PHIJ MICHIGAMUA; SPHINX; BLUE KEY; BASKETBALL (2-4), CAPTAIN (4); TRACK (2-4); PRESIDENT OF CLASS (3); CHAIRMAN CLASS AD- VISORY COMMITTEE (4); BOARD IN CONTROL OF ATHLETICS. THOMAS JAMES DOYLE NEGAUNEE, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES LILLIAN VIOLA DRAEVVELL DETROIT, MICHIGAN- EDUCATION MARGARET E. DRAPER DETROIT, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY; HOUSE ORGANIZATION COM- MITTEE. CHARLES JAMES DRESBACH CIRCLEVILLE, OHIO ALPHA SIGMA PHI; PHI DELTA PHI. WALTER FRANK DREYER BAY CITY, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. FRANK JOHN DRITTLER JACKSON, MICHIGAN PHYLLIS MYERS DRUMMOND GRANT, MICHIGAN PI BETA PHI; ORCHESTRA (4). ARCHITECTURE ARTS AND SCIENCES MARION J. DU BRIE DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CHI OMEGA; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. HENRY LINDSAY DUFF LANSING, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI MU DELTA; GARGOYLE (1-3); PLAYERS ' CLUB (1). ORMA HALEENE DUKES DENVER. INDIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES FRED DARROW DUNAK.IN GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA PHI; VARSITY SWIMMING (4). JOHN ALDEN DUNCAN TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN RUSSELL EUGENE DUNCAN HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN ARCHITECTURE HERMITAGE; MICHIGAN UNION OPERA (3, 4). DORIS WOLCOTT DUNHAM GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN- CHORAL UNION. ARTS AND SCIENCES DONALD DIVER DUNN LIMA, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES pi KAPPA ALPHA; KAPPA PHI SIGMA; MILITARY BALL PROGRAM COMMITTEE. MARY EILEEN DUNNIGAN DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA ZETA; MICHIGAN DAILY (3, 4). JOHN MC CORMICK DUNNING OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA ENGINEERING ALPHA SIGMA PHI; VULCANS; WEB AND FLANGE; CLASS TREASURER (3); ENGINEERING HONOR COM- MITTEE (3, 4). GEORGE FRANCIS DURAND PORT HURON, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING MARGUERITE VIRGINIA DUTTON SAULT STE. MARIE, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA xi DELTA; THETA SIGMA (3, 4); ORATORICAL BOARD (4); ATHENA (3, 4); JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY; MICHIGAN DAILY (3); INTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATE (4). RICHARD EARHART ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING _ BETA THETA PI; TRIANGLES; VULCANSJ BLUE KEY; TAU BETA Pi; CHAIRMAN CLASS SOCIAL COMMITTEE (4). VIRGINIA ELIZABETH EARL KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PI LAMBDA THETA; GIRLS ' EDUCATION CLUB; LE CERCLE FRANCAIS; LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA. GLADYS ARLETH EASTCOTT DETROrr, MICHIGAN EDUCATION ATHENA; ORATORICAL BOARD; HOCKEY; BASKET- BALL; BASEBALL; SWIMMING. 61 FREDERICK NICOL EATON CALUMET, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING ALPHA CHI RHO; VULCANS; TAU BETA PI; ASSISTANT BASEBALL MANAGER. MARGARET A. EATON ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA DELTA DELTA; ATHENA (1, 2); Y.W.C.A. CABINET (3, 4). JOHN MARTIN ECKER TOLEDO, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES R. VERN ECKMAN MOORHEAD, MINNESOTA LAW DELTA THETA PHI; BACHELOR OF ARTS. EDWIN CARRINGTON EDDY FLINT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING PHI KAPPA SIGMA. EDWIN CHARLES EDMUNDS MEDINA, NEW YORK ARCHITECTURE PHI MU DELTA; MICHIGAN UNION OPERA (2). MARGARET KNOWLES EFFINGER ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA GAMMA; SIGMA DELTA PHI; WYVERN; MORTAR- BOARD; PHI BETA KAPPA; COMEDY CLUB (2-4), VICE- PRESIDENT (3); MASQUES (2-4), VICE-PRESIDENT (4); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; FRESHMAN SPREAD COMMITTEE; WOMEN ' S LEAGUE JUDICIARY COUNCIL (2); RE- CORDING SECRETARY OF WOMEN ' S LEAGUE (3). THEODORE LOUIS EHMAXX BAY CITY, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES GEORGE ELMER EHRKE CLEVELAND, OHIO LAW SIGMA DELTA KAPPA. HAROLD NATHAN EHRLICH DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI EPSILON Pi; MICHIGAN DAILY STAFF (2); ASSIST- ANT MANAGER CROSS-COUNTRY (2); MICHIGAN UNION OPERA ORCHESTRA (2, 3); PUBLICITY MANAGER GLEE CLUB (2). EUNICE LOUISE EICHHORX PORT HURON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES HELEN NEWBERRY DORMITORY; PHI BETA KAPPA; HONOR GUARD PRESIDENT ' S INAUGURAL. CHARLES VINTON ELDER YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING LIVINGSTONE HUNTER ELDER TIDIOUTE, PENNSYLVANIA ARCHITECTURE ALPHA RHO CHI. JOHN HARLAN ELLIOTT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA CHI; ROUND TABLE CLUB TREASURER (3), PRESIDENT (4); COMEDY CLUB; ATKINSON ORATOR- ICAL MEDAL (2); STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION CABINET (3, 4), VICE-PRESIDENT (4); CHAIRMAN- UNIVERSITY SERVICE COMMITTEE (4); VARSITY DE- BATE (4). 62 FLORENCE GENEVIEVE ELLIS DETROIT. MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES JOSEPH CLARENCE ELLIS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARCHITECTURE PHI MI ' DELTA; MIMES; MICHIGAN UNION OPERA (3); GLEE CLUB (2). ELLSWORTH EARL ELLWOOD WVANDOTTE, MICHIGAN- MARY JEANETTE EMMONS ST. JOHNS. MICHIGAN ENGIN ' EERING ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA DELTA; MU PHI EPSILON; GIRLS GLEE CLUB (2-4); SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (1, 2, 4); Y.W.C.A. CABINET (2); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. JOSE A. ENRIQUEZ TAYABAS. PHILIPPINES MEDICINE INTERNATIONAL MEN S CLUB; PHILIPPINE MICHIGAN- CLUB, PRESIDENT (3); COSMOPOLITAN CLUB. VICE- PRESIDENT (3); LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA; STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION EXTENSION DEPARTMENT AND INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION. LEE WILLIAM ENSEL SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES ZETA BETA TAU: PI DELTA EPSILON; GARGOYLE (2, ; ; STUDENT COUNCIL (4). HESTER DECKER EPPENS ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES GERALD ARDEX ESTES DETROIT, MICHIGAN MELDON ADA EVERETT KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI ARTS AND SCIENCES EDUCATION- WALKER GRIFFITHS EVERETT CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI DELTA THETA; SPHINX; DRUIDS; GARGOYLE (1-4), ART EDITOR (3), MANAGING EDITOR (4); CHAIRMAN- SENIOR PICTURE COMMITTEE; MIMES; MICHIGAN UNION OPERA (2); AUTHOR " TAMBOURINE " (4); JUDICIARY COMMITTEE OF INTERFRATERNITY COUN- CIL. MADELINE MARIE EVON DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PLAYERS ' CLUB; COSMOPOLITAN CLUB. CLEVELAND HEIGHTS. OHIO ALPHA OM1CRON Pi; ARLINE JEANNETTE EWING ARTS AND SCIENCES MICHIGANENS1AN (2-4), WOMEN ' S ATHLETICS EDITOR (3), WOMEN ' S EDITOR (4); STUDENT DIRECTORY (2-4): SENIOR PLAY COM- MITTEE (4); SENIOR BANQUET COMMITTEE (4); MANDOLIN CLUB (2, 3), PRESIDENT (3) ; TREASURER Y.W.C.A.; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. GENEVA MARION EWING COLFAX, INDIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; MICHIGAN DAILY (3). ALLURA ELIZABETH EXELBY DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MARTHA COOK DORMITORY. STEPHEN FAIRBANKS LUTHER, MICHIGAN MEDICINE DON DICKINSON FALVEY DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTHUR WILLARD FARRELL STAMBAUGH, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI MU DELTA; COMEDY CLUB. FRANCES ELIZABETH FAREWELL BARRYTON, MICHIGAN EDUCATION GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB (3, 4); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. ROWAN FASQUELLE PETOSKEY, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA TAU DELTA; ADELPHI (3); MICHIGAN DAILY BUSINESS STAFF (1). KATHRYN FAST NAPOLEON, OHIO CHORAL UNION. JOHN ULRICH FAUSTER, Jr. DEFIANCE, OHIO SIGMA CHi; NU SIGMA NU. EDUCATION MEDICINE MAXWELL EDWARD FEAD PORT HURON, MICHIGAN LAW CHI PHI; PHI ALPHA DELTA; BARRISTERS; MICHIGAN DAILY (1, 2); MICHIGAN UNION OPERA (2); MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW (5); PUBLICITY COMMITTEE (2); MEM- ORIAL COMMITTEE (5). FREDERICK JAMES FEELY DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA NU; CHIMES (2) ; GOLF TEAM (3) , CAPTAIN (4). RICHARD EMIL FEICK SANDUSKY, OHIO ALPHA CHI RHO. ENGINEERING NATHAN PAUL FEINSINGER BUFFALO, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA NU; DRUIDS; PHI BETA KAPPA (3); MICHIGAN DAILY (1); TRACK (2-4); SENIOR INVITATION COM- MITTEE (4); HONOR GUARD, PRESIDENT ' S INAUGURA- TION (4). GEORGE GROVER FELDMAN SOUTH BEND, INDIANA LAW CLARISSA MARIE FELIO HARKNESS, NEW YORK ALPHA OMICRON PI. ARTS AND SCIENCES HENRY FERENZ FLINT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING TRIANGLES; WEB AND FLANGE; AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. 64 " " " dfcr-vJ JOHN " FERGUSON DETROIT, MICHIGAN LAW BACBELOR OF ARTS DEGREE 1924. JAMES WILLIAM FERNAMBERG GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PI KAPPA ALPHA; MICHIGAN DAILY (1, 2); CHAIRMAN AUDITING COMMITTEE SENIOR CLASS. EUNICE ELEANORE FETTERLY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CHORAL UNION; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. ROLLIN PETER FIERO ROUND TOP, NEW YORK ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA. COLLIER WILLIAM FILLER SANS-SOUCI, MICHIGAN ALPHA TAU OMEGA. ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES DAILY (2); CHAIR- EARLE CHAPIN FINGERLE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN PHI SIGMA KAPPA; MICHIGAN- MAN SOCIAL COMMITTEE (2); SOPHOMORE PROM COMMITTEE (2); UNION 4000 DRIVE (2); ORGAN- IZATION COMMITTEE UNION POOL DRIVE (3); FRESH- MAN TRACK; FRESHMAN CROSS-COUNTRY. ELISABETH ALEXANDER FINLEY DALLAS, TEXAS ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA. JOSEPH JOHN FINN CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI GAMMA DELTA; MICHIGAMUA; SPHINX; ALPHA DELTA SIGMA; PI DELTA EPSILON; MICHIGAN DAILY (1-4), ADVERTISING MANAGER (3), ASSISTANT BUSI- NESS MANAGER (4); ADVERTISING MANAGER " FROSH BIBLE " (3); STUDENT COUNCIL (3). JOSEPH FRANK FIORDELIS DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA PHI DELTA; IL CIRCOLO ITALIANO. ROSS HERMAN FIRESTONE KINGFISHER, OKLAHOMA ENGINEERING TRIANGLES; CRAFTSMEN ' S CLUB; AMERICAN SOCIETY MECHANICAL ENGINEERS. FREDERICK JOHN FISCHER ST. CLAIR, MICHIGAN MEDICINE ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA. LLOYD HARDY FITTS PARKER, NEW YORK ENGINEERING AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. WILLIAM FLEISCHAKER LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY LAW ZETA BETA TAU. JACK E. FLEURY DETROIT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING 65 MABEL FRANCES FLINN ROSEVILLE, MICHIGAN KAPPA PHi; CHORAL UNION. EDUCATION FRED JOHN FLOM MENOMINEE, MICHIGAN EDUCATION CONCORDIA; MEN ' S EDUCATIONAL CLUB; RESERVE OFFICERS ' TRAINING CORPS. CLYDE REUBEN FLORY EDELMAN, PENNSYLVANIA MEDICINE PI UPSILON RHO; CRAFTSMEN CLUB (l-4)j PENN- SYLVANIA CLUB HONOR COMMITTEE (2); ALPHA EPSILON MU; VARSITY BAND (3, 4); SECTION LEADER (3, 4); DIRECTOR FRESHMAN BAND (4); SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (3, 4). SOUTHARD TOLCHARD FLYNN BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA MEDICINE SIGMA Pi; NU SIGMA NU. GILBERT M. FONT SAN JUAN, PORTO RICO ENGINEERING EVELYN DE ANNE FOOTE ADRIAN, MICHIGAN EDUCATION SOCIOLOGICAL SOCIETY. GLADYS MARIE FORD BLISSFIELD, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES RICHARD FORD YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN BARRISTERS; LAW REVIEW. CARL HALE FORTUNE LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY MEDICINE PI KAPPA ALPHA; PHI RHO SIGMA; PHI SIGMA: ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA. BERNICE MAY FOSTER DEARBORN, MICHIGAN KAPPA PHI. ARTS AND SCIENCES DAVID ALBERT FOX WINNETKA, ILLINOIS CHAIRMAN CANE COMMITTEE (4). ENGINEERING ETHEL REBECCA FRALICK GREENVILLE, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MARY FRANCIS OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA CARL MARTIN FRANK DETROIT, MICHIGAN DELTA CHI. ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES 66 EVELYN DORIS FRANKLIN SEW CASTLE, PENNSYLVANIA EDUCATION CHORAL UNION. LEO I. FRANKLIN DETROIT, MICHIGAN LAW ZETA BETA TAU; MIMES: LAW REVIEW. DONALD BARTHOLOMEW FREDERICK DETROIT, MICHIGAN LAW SIGMA DELTA KAPPAJ ALPHA DELTA SIGMA; PI DELTA EPSILON; GARGOYLE (1-3). GUY CARLETON FREEBORN HART, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES TRACK (1, 3); CROSS-CO UNTRY (1). HAROLD FREDERICK FREEBORN HART, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA SIGMA Pi; ATHLETIC RECEPTION COMMITTEE OF THE MICHIGAN UNION; CLASS SOCIAL COMMITTEE (3); REPUBLICAN CLUB. JOHN FREEDMAN DETROIT, MICHIGAN PHI LAMBDA KAPPA. RALPH MAC KENZIE FREEMAN FLINT. MICHIGAN SIGMA DELTA KAPPA. MEDICINE WILLIAM AUGUST FREIMUTH DETROIT, MICHIGAN LAW SIGMA DELTA KAPPA. ANDREW CARL FREITAG SAINT JOSEPH, MICHIGAN PHARMACT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CLUB (2, 3); BOARD OF DIRECTORS (3); PRESCOTT CLUB (2-4); CLASS TREASURER (3); CLASS SECRETARY (4). HENRY JULIUS FREUD DETROIT, MICHIGAN LAW KAPPA NU; MICHIGAN DAILY (1, 2). RICHARD HAROLD FREYBERG GOSHEN. INDIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA UPSILOX; MICHIGAMUA; SPHINX; BLUE KEY; TRACK (2-4), CAPTAIN (4); SENIOR MEMORIAL COM- MITTEE, CHAIRMAN (4); J-HOP COMMITTEE (3); SOPHOMORE PROM COMMITTEE (2); BOARD IX CONTROL OF ATHLETICS (4). BURTON J. FRIEDMAN HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN LAW PI LAMBDA PHI. GERALD HARVEY FRIELING GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING PI KAPPA ALPHA; FRESHMAN BASKETBALL; SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS. MILDRED GRACE FRITZ CASS CITY, MICHIGAN- EDUCATION RICHARD CONANT FRUIT FLINT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES LAWYERS ' CLUB. BERT EUGENE FRY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN JEANETTE PEARL FULLER BANGOT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES RADCLIFFE BERWICK FULTON LANSING, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA SIGMA RHO; VARSITY DEBATE (2). LOUIS CLAIR FURNISS NASHVILLE, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA SIGMA PHI; MICHIGAN ROUND-UP CLUB. FLOYD THABBEUS FUSS PIGEON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES JOHN FRANKLIN FUTCHER CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES MAURICE GALANTER NEWARK, NEW JERSEY ARTS AND SCIENCES TAU DELTA PHI; FRESHMAN BASKETBALL. LUCILLE GENEVIEVE GALE FLINT, MICHIGAN EDUCATION FRESHMAN GIRLS GLEE CLUB; GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB; BOARD OF REPRESENTATIVES. FRANCIS JOSEPH GALLAGHER TOLEDO, OHIO LAW GAMMA ETA GAMMA. JOHN EDMOND GALLEY YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CHIMES (2, 3); GLEE CLUB (4). ARTS AND SCIENCE ' S DOROTHEA B. GALLY INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. EDWIN CARL GALSTERER FRANKENMUTH, MICHIGAN GAMMA SIGMA. JOSEPH EDWARD GANDY ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES SPOKANE, WASHINGTON PHI GAMMA DELTA; ALPHA KAPPA PSI; PHI DELTA EPSILON; SPHINX; MICHIGANENSIAN (2, 3); DRUIDS; BLUE KEY. 68 AMY DEANE GARBUTT AUGUSTA, MICHIGAN EDUCATION EDUCATION CLUB. SALVADOR TREVINO GARCIA MONTERREY, MEXICO MEDICINE MARGARET LOUISE GARDNER LANSING, MICHIGAN EDUCATION KAPPA DELTA. ETHEL MAY GARS GIBSONBURG, OHIO EDUCATION JOSEPHINE BURGIS GARST MOUSE. ILLINOIS ATHENA. ARTS AND SCIENCES BENTON EARL GATES COLUMBIA CITY, INDIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES LAMBDA CHI ALPHA; GAMMA ETA GAMMA. MARGARET HARRIET GEDDES SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES CHI OMEGA; SIGMA DELTA PHI; WYVERN; CHAIRMAN, FRESHMAN SPREAD COMMITTEE; COMEDY CLUB; PLAYERS ' CLUB; MASQUES. HELEN ANN GERBERD1NG ARTS AND SCIENCES FORT WAYNE, INDIANA ZETA TAU ALPHA; BLACK QUILL; ATHENA; SOPHO- MORE HOCKEY TEAM; SOPHOMORE BASEBALL TEAM. THOMAS GILLARD GERKEN JACKSON, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES LAMBDA CHI ALPHA. DORATHEA GERNOYA ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA PAUL ESSEX GERO MANISTIQUE, MICHIGAN- PHI KAPPA TAU. CHARLES H. GERSHENSON DETROIT, MICHIGAN LOUIS WALTER GERSTNER ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- PAUL GEYSER NEW YORK, NEW YORK EDUCATION ARTS AND SCIENCES MEDICINE ARTS AND SCIENCES LEON VERNON GIBBS KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN ARCHITECTURE ALPHA RHO CHi; VARSITY TRACK (3, 4); TREASURER SENIOR CLASS. LUIS GIBSON UPPER MONTCLAIR, NEW JERSEY BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION GAMMA SIGMA; BOXING (3); ALPHA uu. MILDRED LOUISA GIBSON WIXOM, MICHIGAN EDUCATION KAPPA PHI; WOMEN ' S EDUCATIONAL CLUB. WILLIAM ALEXANDER GIBSON, Jr. DETROIT, MICHIGAN LAW SIGMA PI; LAWYERS ' CLUB, PRESIDENT (4); ROUND- UP CLUB (3, 4); CRAFTSMEN (1-4). ANNE MOLLER GILBRETH MONTCLAIR, NEW JERSEY ARTS AND SCIENCES COLLEGIATE SOROSIS; UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY CAST (3); GARGOYLE LITERARY CUP (3); BAZAAR COMMITTEE (4). MARTHA JEAN GILL MUNCIE, INDIANA DELTA ZETA. PHYSICAL EDUCATION CARL LEWIS GILLIES HARTFORD, MICHIGAN MEDICINE DELTA SIGMA PHIJ ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA. GEORGE NORMAN GILMORE HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN SIGMA Pi; GARGOYLE ART STAFF (3-5). ANTHONY EDWARD GILSDORF ELKHART LAKE, WISCONSIN MEN ' S EDUCATIONAL CLUB. EDUCATION DOUGLAS RICHARD GINN DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA CHi; BASKETBALL (1, 3, 4). GEORGE CHARLES GIVENS CHEROKEE, IOWA ENGINEERING DORIS M. GLADDEN BENTONVILI.E, ARKANSAS ARTS AND SCIENCES PI BETA PHi; SENIOR PICTURE COMMITTEE; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. PHEBE MARJORIE GLEASON DECATUR, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA KAPPA; LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA; IL CIRCOLO ITALIANO. LYLE EMORY GLENN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING AMERICAN SOCIETY MECHANICAL ENGINEERS ' , RE- SERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS. 70 DORIS GLIXES HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MARTHA COOK BUILDING; SENIOR SOCIETY; PI LAMBDA THETA; CHORAL UNION; YOUNG WOMEN ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION CABINET (MEMBERSHIP). JOSEPH ABRAHAM GLUCKMAN BROOKLYN, NEW YORK ARTHUR WILLIAM GNAU DETROIT, MICHIGAN- CHARLES KENNY GNEWUCH MANISTEE, MICHIGAN- ALFRED DALLET GOLDBERG TOLEDO. OHIO KAPPA NU. ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES STANLEY MILTON GOLDHAMER CLEVELAND. OHIO PHI SIGMA DELTA. ARTS AND SCIENCES DONALD HENRY GOLDSMITH ERIE. PENNSYLVANIA ARCHITECTURE SWIMMING (2); VARSITY BAND (3, 4); FRESHMAN- CROSS-COUNTRY; ARCHITECTS ' BASKET AND BASE- BALL (1-4). WILLIAM GOLUB SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK AKTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA PHI OMEGA (UNION COLLEGE); CHORAL UNION (3, 4). DOROTHY GORTON GOOCH BERKELEY. CALIFORNIA ARTS AND SCIENCES CHI OMEGA; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. MARION GOOD TOLEDO, OHIO EDUCATION PORTIA LITERARY SOCIETY (1), SECRETARY (2), VICE-PRESIDENT (3). STANLEY EYYLN GOODELL EAU CLAIRE, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING GAMMA SIGMA. FRANCES MARCELIA GOODES FLINT, MICHIGAN EDUCATION MARTHA COOK DORMITORY; BLACK QUILL, BASE- BALL (1, 3); WOMEN ' S EDUCATIONAL CLUB. GENEVIEYE LOUISE GOODMAN ISRPEMING. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES pi LAMBDA THETA; SENIOR SOCIETY; MUMMERS; PORTIA; PLAYERS ' CLUB; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. MURRAY EUGENE GOODRICH GOODRICH, MICHIGAN- PHI BETA PI. MEDICINE MARY ELLA GORCHOFSKY DETROIT, MICHIGAN EARL GORDON DETROIT, MICHIGAN JOHN ANDREW GORDON ST. CATHERINE, ONTARIO ARTS AND SCIENCES ENGINEERING ARCHITECTURE FRANCES MARGARET GORSLINE BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; UNIVERSITY GIRLS ' RIFLE TEAM (3, 4); UNIVERSITY GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB (2, 3); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (1-4). WILLIAM MAILE GOSS LAKEWOOD, OHIO ACACIA. MARIAN ELIZABETH GOUGH FLINT, MICHIGAN SIGMA KAPPA. ARTS AND SCIENCES LUCIUS CHARLES GOULD ST. CHARLES, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES GAMMA SIGMA; PRESCOTT CLUB; CLASS VICE- PRESIDENT (2); SAGINAW CLUB. JOHN LOUDEN GOW DULUTH, MINNESOTA ENGINEERING BETA THETA PI; TRIANGLES; VULCANSJ SWIMMING (2-4), (CAPTAIN). WILLIAM DAVID GOWANS DETROIT, MICHIGAN LAW SIGMA DELTA KAPPA. ROBERT MC KAY GRAB NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES BETA THETA PI; DRUIDS (4); MANAGERS CLUB (4); TRACK MANAGER (4); CHAIRMAN ALUMNI ROOMING COMMITTEE (2); CHAIRMAN PIPE AND CANE COM- MITTEE (4); FINANCE COMMITTEE (3). ALICE MYERS GRAHAM LOWELL, MICHIGAN ALVIN CARLTON GRAHAM CROSWELL, MICHIGAN EDUCATION ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA TAU OMEGA; ASSISTANT BASKETBALL MAN- AGER (4). JO ANDERSON GRAVES PLEASANT RIDGE, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING THETA CHI; WEB AND FLANGE; CLASS TREASURER (4); ASSISTANT TRACK MANAGER (3). ORIN NELSON GRAVES GROSSE ILE, MICHIGAN PSI OMEGA. DENTISTRY 72 EVELYN FRANCES GRAY DETROIT, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES LA SOCIEDAD HISPAXICA; JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY; SPANISH PLAY. JESSAMINE LOUISE GRAY WEBSTER GROVES. MISSOURI ARTS AXD SCIENCES ALPHA OJI1CRON PI; FRESHMAN GIRLS " GLEE CLUB; GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB; Y.W.C.A. CABINET (4). BOZ N. GRBA TOUXGWOOD, PENNSYLVANIA ALBERT GREEN DETROIT, MICHIGAN LAWYERS ' CLUB. EDUCATION- ARTS AXD SCIENCES FREDERICK LOUIS GREEN DETROIT. MICHIGAN ENGINEERING TRIANGLES; CRAFTSMEN ' S CLUB (5); DEGREE TEAM (2); AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, STUDENT BRANCH (2); WESLYAN GUILD ORCHESTRA: R.O.T.C.. ORDINANCE DEPT. AND BAND (2). GEORGE FOREMAN GREEN DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARCHITECTURE HAZEL LAURA GREEN DETROIT, MICHIGAN EDUCATION MILTON DOUGLAS GREEN DENVER. COLORADO ARTS AXD SCIENCES THETA CHI; MICHIGANENSIAN (1, 2); CHAIRMAN- FALL RECEPTION COMMITTEE (2); CHAIRMAN CLASS PUBLICITY COMMITTEE (2); SPOTLIGHT (2); WEST- ERNERS " CLUB (1, 2). SOLOMON GREEN BERG BAYONNE, NEW JERSEY PHI DELTA EPSILON. ARTS AND SCIENCES MILTON LESTER GREENEBAUM SAGIXAW, MICHIGAN- KAPPA NU. ALBERT FREMONT GREGG CONXERSVILLE, IXDIANA PHI CHI. BEN MEYER GREGORY GRAND RAPIDS. MICHIGAN- WALTER ALFRED GREID HIGHLAND PARK. MICHIGAN- MICHIGAN GLEE CLUB (4). ARTS AND SCIENCES MEDICINE EDUCATION ARTS AXD SCIENCES EARL CHARLES GREVER BUFFALO. NEW YORK ARTS AXD SCIENCES PHI GAMMA DELTA; MICHIGANENSIAN (2, 3). RICHARD SIMLAR GRIEST BARNESBORO, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES CHI PSi; CHAIRMAN FINANCE COMMITTEE (4). HAROLD DUANE GRIEVE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN PHARMACY VICE-PRESIDENT CLASS (3); ECKLER PRIZE (2). MARGARET ANN GRIFFIN SAGINAW, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES FLORENCE OGLESBY GRIFFITH PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES COLLEGIATE SOROSIS. CATHERINE GRIFFITHS DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA CHI OMEGA; MICHIGAN DAILY SUMMER. ORRIN KENDRICK GRIFFITH MOUNT CLEMENS, MICHIGAN- ALPHA RHO CHI. MARY ROSCELIA GRIGG IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN KAPPA PHI. ARCHITECTURE ARTS AND SCIENCES JOSEPH BALDWIN GRIGSBY NEW CASTLE, PENNSYLVANIA SIGMA DELTA KAPPA. WALTER CARLTON GROFF PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES SCABBARD AND BLADE (2-4), CAPTAIN (4); SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS; MICHIGAN SHIELD (3); MILITARY BALL COMMITTEE (3). JOHN IVAN GROSHKO DETROIT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING TRIANGLES; WEB AND FLANGE; ENGINEERING HONOR COMMITTEE (4); TRACK (2). HENRY G. GROVES LAKOTA, NORTH DAKOTA ENGINEERING TRIANGLES; WEB AND FLANGE; J-HOP COMMITTEE. EDWARD JOHN GUENTHER CRYSTAL FALLS, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY PSI OMEGA; CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT (2). MARY GUSSIX DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PI LAMBDA THETA (4); JUNIOR GIRLs ' PLAY. RALPH BUNKER GUTEKUNST GRASS LAKE, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING 74 EARL RICHARD GUTTEXBERY ROCHESTER. NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES CHIMES STAFF (2); CHIMES BOARD (3); ALUMNI COMMITTEE (4); DODO PLAYERS (2). IDELLA FORD GWATKIX BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN VILMA AGXES G V1XXER ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- PHI GAMMA MU (4). KARL HEXRY HACHMUTH COMSTOCK PARK, MICHIGAN- PHI LAMBDA UPSILOX. GEORGE FRAXK HACKER HO WELL, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES ENGINEERING EDUCATION- PI KAPPA ALPHA; PHI DELTA KAPPA; CLASS PRESI- DENT (3, 4); J-HOP COMMITTEE. CLAYTOX R. HADEX HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN ARCHITECTURE HERMITAGE; MICHIGAN UNION OPERA (4). PHYLLIS AVERILL HAEHXLE JACKSON, MICHIGAN ARTS A ND SCIENCES KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; MASQUES; PLAYERS ' CLUB; SOPHOMORE PROM COMMITTEE. ORVAL FREDERICK HAGEMEISTER TOLEDO, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES EDGAR AUGUST HAHX MT. CLEMENS, MICHIGAN JOHX BRADLEY HAIGHT INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON. LAUREN CLARE HAIGHT FLINT, MICHIGAN- MICHIGAN DAILY (1-3). FRANCES HELEX HAIXIXG HIGHGATE, ONTARIO BROWN ROBERTS HALL FREDONIA, NEW YORK ENGINEERING ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES DENTAL HYGIENE ARTS AND SCIENCES GEXEVIEVE EMERY HALL HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA DELTA; PI LAMBDA THETA, RECORDING SECRETARY; BLACK QUILL CLUB, TREASURER. HELEN BENEDICT HALL ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN PI BETA PHI. LEONARD CHARLES HALL STANDISH, MICHIGAN MICHIGAN DAILY. MARVIN FRANKLIN HALL DALLAS, TEXAS SIGMA CHI. WALTER ALAN HALL FLINT, MICHIGAN WARREN HASTINGS HALL YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO THETA XI. ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES ENGINEERING ENGINEERING ENGINEERING CHARLES CLARE HAMILL ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN LAW DELTA ALPHA EPSILONJ PHI DELTA PHi; LAW RE- VIEW. HARRY BERNARD HAMMILL BUFFALO, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA PHI EPSILON. WAVE IRENE HANNA FLINT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA xi DELTA; LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA (2); LE CERCLE FRANCAIS (2). ALFRED EDWARD HANSEN MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING TAU BETA Pi; AMERICAN CIVIL ENGINEERING SO- CIETY. ERNEST C. HANSEN MANISTEE, MICHIGAN PHI MU DELTA. MEDICINE LILLIAN ANN HARDING MANCELONA, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ZETA TAU ALPHA; FRESHMAN GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. ELSIE BEATRICE HARDY DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ADELIA CHEEVER HOUSEJ BLACK QUILL; KAPPA PHI. RUSSELL FERRIDON HARDY YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS; CHORAL UNION. RAYMOND HARRISON HARKRIDER BROOK, INDIANA LAW BARRISTER; SECRETARY (4); MICHIGAN LAW RF.- V1EW. 76 JOHN FREDERICK HARLAN FLINT, MICHIGAN PHI KAPPA TAO. ARTS AND SCIENCES FLORENCE AUGUSTA HARXAU MUSKEGON, MICHIGAX ARTS AXD SCIEXCES DELTA ZETA; ' V SQUARE SOCIETY (2); WOMEN ' S EDUCATION CLUB (4); PLAYERS ' CLUB (2, 3); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; CHORAL UNION (3, 4); ARCHITECTURAL PAGEANT (2); ARCHITECTS ' BALL COMMITTEE (1, 2). LOUIS CHRISTIAN HARNISH LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA LAW PHI KAPPA SIGMA. ROBERT LIVINGSTON HARNISH LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES ILLABELLE HARPER DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AXD SCIENCES ZETA TAU ALPHA; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. DORIS SPENCER HARRINGTON CLEVELAND, OHIO GAMMA PHI BETA. ARTS AND SCIEXCES GEORGE RAYMOND HARRINGTON AUSTIN, TEXAS ARTS AND SCIEXCES SIGMA CHI; BLUE KEY; DRUIDS; ASSISTANT FOOT- BALL MAXAGER; CHAIRMAN SENIOR BAXQUET COM- MITTEE. WENDELL OWEN HARRIS FORT WAYNE, INDIANA SIGMA DELTA KAPPA. CHARLOTTE CAMP HARRISON PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIEXCES PHI BETA KAPPA; SENIOR SOCIETY; FRESHMAN GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB; ATHENA; MASQUES. THOMAS GLENN HARROLD LAKEWOOD, OHIO ENGINEERING PHI MU ALPHA. JOHN JOSEPH HART NEW YORK, NEW YORK ENGINEERING ROUND-UP CLUB; FRESHMAN TRACK; BOXING TEAM (2, 3). EARL COLE HARTSON PORT HURON, MICHIGAN LAW LAWYERS ' CLUB; BOXING TEAM (2-4). ARTHUR HARTWELL , Jr. BIRMINGHAM, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING PHI SIGMA KAPPA; ALPHA CHI SIGMA; TAU BETA PI; PHI LAMBDA UPSILON; MICHIGAN DAILY BUSINESS STAFF (1, 2); ASSISTANT BAND MANAGER (2, 3). MARY ELIZABETH HASKELL LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES GAMMA PHI BETA; CLASS SECRETARY (3); GLEE CLUB (2-4). lift 77 i yr ' tf 7 SUE MAUDE HASKIN ONAWAV, MICHIGAN APTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA PHI; HOCKEY (2-4); BASKETBALL (2, 3); BASEBALL (2, 3). MARGARET FRANCES HASTINGS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ANTHONY FRANKLIN HAVEN GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING HARRY HAWKINS SAGINAW, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING KAPPA SIGMA; MICHIGAMUA; TRIANGLES; TAU BETA Pi; VARSITY FOOTBALL (2-4); VARSITY TRACK (3, 4); CLASS PRESIDENT (4); JUNIOR VICE-PRESIDENT (3). ELEANORA ELIZABETH HAWN YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES T-SQUARE; CLASS HOCKEY (3); VICE-PRESIDENT; GLEE CLUB (2, 3); GLEE CLUB QUARTETTE (3); CHORAL UNION (2-4); ATHENA (4). SUSAN BOLTON HAYDEN MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. ARTS AND SCIENCES OSBORNE HAYDON LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA SIGMA PHI; SIGMA GAMMA EPSILON. ANNA LUVERN HAYS ENID, OKLAHOMA MEDICINE ALPHA OMICRON Pi; MORTARBOARD; IOTA SIGMA Pi; CLASS SECRETARY (1, 4); HONOR COMMITTEE. HOMER JAMES HAYWARD HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING TAU BETA Pi; AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. MILTON WEEKS HEATH RICHMOND, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING ACACIA; VARSITY FOOTBALL; VARSITY TRACK. WILLIAM HAROLD HEATH CORNING, NEW YORK ENGINEERING DELTA PHI; TRIANGLES; WEB AND FLANGE; VUL- CANS; FOOTBALL (1-4); CLASS TREASURER (2); CLASS PRESIDENT (3); HONOR COMMITTEE (1-2). HELEN MARGARET HEBAUF LANSING, MICHIGAN ATHENA. ARTS AND SCIENCES JOHN EDWARD HECKO MICHIGAMME, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY DELTA SIGMA DELTAJ PHI SIGMA; DENTAL SOCIETY (3); CLASS PRESIDENT (3). THOMAS HEDETNIF.MI BEACON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES 78 WALTER V. HEIDENREICH MARSHALL, MICHIGAN IIENTISTRY CLASS SECRETARY (4). EARL AUGUST HEILNER TOLEDO, OHIO MEDICINE ARNOLD FAUST HEINEMAN DETROIT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING KAPPA DELTA RHO. CHARLES HEINZ, Jr. ASPINWALL, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA TAU OMEGA; MIMES; MICHIGAN UNION- OPERA COMMITTEE (3). JOSEPH HELLMANN BRANDFORT, SOUTH AFRICA SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENTS CLUB. DENTISTRY ARTS AND SCIENCES MARGARET HENCKEL CLEVELAND, OHIO CHI OMEGA; PI LAMBDA THETA; PORTIA LITERARY SOCIETY (3), VICE-PRESIDENT (4); SIGMA DELTA PHi; DELTA SIGMA RHO; CLASS HOCKEY (4); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; WOMEN ' S VARSITY DEBATE TEAM. MARGARET CATHERINE HENDERSON NORWAY, MICHIGAN EDUCATION ROBERT BARTRON HENDERSON ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MICHIGAN DAILY, MUSIC AND DRAMA EDITOR (2-4); COMEDY CLUB (1-4); MIMES (3, 4), PRESIDENT (4). LUCILE ELEANOR HENNE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PI LAMBDA THETA. VICE-PRESIDENT (4); EDUCATION- AL SOCIETY; BASEBALL (3); FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB; BLACK QUILL. LESLIE HENRY TOLEDO, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES THOMAS P. HENRY, Jr. DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA THETA PHi; MICHIGAN DAILY (1, 2), NIGHT EDITOR (3); CLASS PROMENADE COMMITTEE (4). JAMES KENWOOD DETROIT, MICHIGAN MENS ' EDUCATIONAL CLUB. ARTS AND SCIENCES EDWARD ISREAL HERROLD COLUMBIA CITY, INDIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA EPSILON II U; FRESHMAN BANDJ FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB; VARSITY BAND (2-4); VARSITY GLEE CLUB (2, 3, 4). ALYIN JOHN HERZIG TOLEDO, OHIO PHI LAMBDA UPSILON. ENGINEERING ' Dl H jfe ! 79 LEONARD ALTGELD HESTER JOHNSTOWN, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES HERBERT NELSON HEUMAN JACKSON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES EWART GLADSTONE HICKLING LA JUNTA, COLORADO ENGINEERING ENGINEERING SOCIETY; FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB; CLASS BASEBALL (3). CLARK BARMORE HICKS MILLBROOK, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA SIGMA PHi; TRACK; FRESHMAN TRACK. CHARLES SPENCER HIGLEY CLEVELAND, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI KAPPA PSi; MICHIGANENSIAN(2, 3); GLEE CLUB (2-4); QUARTET (3, 4); LIBRARIAN (3); MICHIGAN UNION OPERA (3); STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, SECRETARY (3). WALDO O. HILDEBRAND CALUMET, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA SIGMA PHI; BASEBALL (2). BARRE HILL READING, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA TAU DELTA; PHI MU ALPHA; MICHIGAN UNION OPERA (2-4); MIMES; GLEE CLUB; COMEDY CLUB; VARSITY BAND (SOLOIST). LILLIAN MATILDA HILL WAKEFIELD, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY WILLIAM CHARLES HILL PORT HURON, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS; AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS. BLANCHE LUCILLE HILLS MORRIS, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES RUSSELL J. HIMMELBERGER LANSING, MICHIGAN MEDICINE THETA KAPPA PSIJ CLASS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (2); ATHLETIC COMMITTEE (3). FRANCES MARGERY HINCKLEY BENTON HARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES HERBERT WOODBRIDGE HINKLEY GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS; TAU BETA Pi; CLASS TRACK (1); VARSITY TRACK (4). ROBERT ELLIS HIRTEXSTEIX CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ENGINEERING AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS. 80 CHARLES LEONARD HIRWAS ISHPEMING, MICHIGAN XV SIGMA XV. RUSSELL T. H1TT DETROIT, MICHIGAN ' MICHIGAN DAILY (3,4). KAI HO HUNAN ' , CHINA VIOLET SUSAN HOAR LEVERING, MICHIGAN MARTHA COOK DORMITORY. CATHERINE HOBBS TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN- PI LAMBDA THETA. LAURA MARY HOBBS MIAMI, FLORIDA KAPPA DELTA. MEDICINE ARTS AND SCIENCES ENGINEERING EDUCATION EDUCATION ARTS AND SCIENCES VIRGINIA ELAINE HOBBS DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA DELTA DELTA; SIGMA ALPHA IOTA; GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAT. VERXA HOEK.ZENA GRANDVILLE, MICHIGAN- EDUCATION HOWARD HARRY HOFFMAN MUNCIE, INDIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA SIGMA PI. JOSEPH THEODORE HOFFMANN DETROrr, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING ENGINEERING SOCIETY; MICHIGAN SHIELD, (ASSIST- ANT EDITOR); PISTOL TEAM. ROLAND ARMOUR HOFFMAN PORT HURON, MICHIGAN- ENGINEERING AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, TREASURER (4). FADELMA HOFFSTETTER ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES WALTER HENDRIXSON HOLCROFT DETROIT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING GRACE IRENE HOLDEMAN ELKHART, INDIANA DENTAL HYGIENE 81 ZOLA L. HOLD EM AX ELKHART, INDIANA NORTON EUGENE HOLLAND DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA; MICHIGAN DAILY; GLEE CLUB. KENNETH LEE HOLLISTER PAINTED POST, NEW YORK ENGINEERING DELTA PHI; CLASS HONOR COMMITTEE (3); ASSISTANT RECORDING SECRETARY, UNION (2); UNION MEMBER- SHIP COMMITTEE (2). WILLIAM LAWSON HOLLOWAY, Jr. HELENA, MONTANA LAW- PHI DELTA PHI; MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW. DONALD AUGUST HOLM JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES SCABBARD AND BLADE; MICHIGAN TECHNIC (1-3). ALICE ONOTA HOLMAN GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MARTHA COOK DORMITORY. HENRY DAVID HOLMES JAMAICA, BRITISH WEST INDIES MEDICINE PETER HONDORP GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES JASON LESTER HONIGMAN DETROIT, MICHIGAN LAW MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW; BACHELOR OF ARTS 1924. A. DOUGLAS HOPKINS DETROIT, MICHIGAN PSI OMEGA. DENTISTRY MARJORIE ANNA HOPPIN DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CHI OMEGA; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. ROYENA MARY HORNBECK KALAMAZOO. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES VIRGINIA EULALIA HORNBECK LANSING, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PLAYERS ' CLUB. ROBERT RAY HORNER (.RAND RAPIDS. MICHIGAN- AND SCIENCES 82 ROBERT MILLER HORNING G1BSONBURG, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA TAU OMEGA; ASSISTANT BASKETBALL MANAG- ER (3). ELEONORE HELEN HORNY DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA ZETA; BASKETBALL (3); HOCKEY (4); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; HONOR POINT SYSTEM WOMEN ' S LEAGUE (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. LEADERSHIP COMMISSION (3,4). WARREN CAMPBELL MORTON ESCANABA, MICHIGAN LAW- GAMMA ETA GAMMA. EUNICE ELSIE HOUGHTEN MT. CLEMENS, MICHIGAN- JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. HOWARD DANIEL HOUSE DETROIT, MICHIGAN- AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES MANNING ALLEN HOUSEWORTH ELKHART. INDIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES HERMITAGE; SIGMA DELTA CHI; PI DELTA EPSILON; MICHIGAN DAILY; SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY. LAWRENCE JEROME HOYEY PRESHO, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES NEW YORK STATE CLUB. TREASURER. HARVEY HOWARD, Jr. ALBION, NEBRASKA ARTS AND SCIENCES KATHERINE JEANNETTE HOWARD KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES WILLIAM JOHN HOWARD KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI KAPPA PSi; ALPHA KAPPA PSI; AUDITING COM- MITTEE (3); CLASS DAY COMMITTEE (4). DONALD HATHAWAY HOWE HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KNOX BRISCOE HOWE HOUSTON, TEXAS ENGINEERING SIGMA NU; TRIANGLES; WEB AND FLANGE; MICHIGAN DAILY (1); MICHIGAN TECHNIC (2, 3), BUSINESS MANAGER (4); EDITOR OF BLACK FLY; WESTERNERS CLUB. DAYID AUSTIN HOWELL AN N ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA PHI; UNION COMMITTEE (3); MICHIGAN UNION OPERA (4). HARRISON PENDRY HOWES BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA SIGMA PI; KAPPA KAPPA PSi; MICHIGANEN- SIAN (1); VARSITY BAND (2-4). HOBART DURFEE HOYT GROSSE POINTE, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA UPSILON: PHI DELTA PHI. THORA MAUDE HOYT BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY COM- MITTEE. LOUIS HROMADKO DETROIT, MICHIGAN MEDICINE RALPH GEORGE HUBBARD DETROIT, MICHIGAN MEDICINE PHI BETA Pi; GALENS; CLASS TREASURER (6); J-HOP COMMITTEE. RALPH FRANCIS HUCK QUINCY, ILLINOIS LAW SIGMA DELTA KAPPA; BARRISTERS; MICHIGAN LAW- REVIEW (3). FRANCES MARIE HUFF COBLES, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES HOCKEY (1, 3, 4); RIFLE (1, 3, 4); BASEBALL (2-4); BASKETBALL (2); FRESHMAN GIRLS GLEE CLUB; KAPPA PHI. GWYN MC CALL HUGHES HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA TAU UPSILON; ADELPHI (3, 4); UNION OFFICES; CHAIRMAN STUDENT-FACULTY MIXER (3), ASSISTANT CHAIRMAN RECEPTION DEPARTMENT (3); ALTERNATE VARSITY DEBATE (3). GEORGE LAFAYETTE HULL TOLEDO, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES RUTH HULL LANSING, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PI LAMBDA THETA; SENIOR SOCIETY; PLAYERS ' CLUB; Y.W.C.A. CABINET; CHAIRMAN LEADERSHIP COM- MISSION. CATHERINE FRANCES HUNTER ASHLAND, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA xi DELTA; CHIMES. TRAVES JEFFRIES HUNTER DETROIT, MICHIGAN EDUCATION DELTA THETA PHI; BACHELOR OF LAW IN 1924. HUGO RUDYARD HUSTAD IRON MOUNTAIN, MICHIGAN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CLUB; CHORAL UNION. ARTS AND SCIENCES OLIVE DORIS HUSTEDT DETROIT, MICHIGAN MARIAN JANE HUSTON DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SENIOR SOCIETY; LE CERCLE FRANCAIS; BOARD OF DIRECTORS, WOMEN ' S LEAGUE; BOARD OF REPRE- SENTATIVES, WOMEN ' S LEAGUE. 84 HELEN ELIZABETH HUTCHINS PONTIAC, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES COLLEGIATE SOROSIS; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. LILLIAN ELIZABETH HUTCHINSON GAVLORD, MICHIGAN EDUCATION RAYMOND FREDERICK HL ' TZEL ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI KAPPA SIGMA; DRUIDS; BASKETBALL. H. WILLAMINE HYMA HOLLAND, MICHIGAN- PHI GAMMA MU. ARTS AXD SCIENCES EDWIN CONRAD IDE DETROIT, MICHIGAN- DELTA TAU UPSILON; DELTA THETA PHI. ALLISON WILBUR IND ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES MARK LORIN IRELAND, Jr. CHESANING. MICHIGAN ENGINEERING ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA; QUARTERDECK CLUB (2); TAU BET PI I 2); MICHIGAN DAILY (1). EGBERT RAYMOND ISBELL TROY, MICHIGAN LAW SIGMA NU; PHI DELTA KAPPA; PHI DELTA PHI; MIC HI GAM V A; TRACK (1, 2). ANNE ELIZABETH ISHAM FOWLER, INDIANA DELTA GAMMA. MILDRED B. JACKSON GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN- PHI GAMMA MU. ARTS AND SCIENCES EDUCATION- CHARLOTTE MARY JACOBS ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA PHI. HAROLD WILLIAM JACOX FLINT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI BETA Pi; TRACK (1); CLASS PRESIDENT (3); STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, BOARD OF TRUS- TEES (2-4), CABINET (2); GLEE CLUB PRESIDENT (I), LIBRARIAN (2); PRESIDENT, MICHIGAN GRAIL (1). SLREN JOSEPH JAFFARGIAN DETROIT. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ERWIN JOHN JEDELE ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN SIGMA PI. ARTS AND SCIENCES RUTH JEFFERY HANCOCK, MICHIGAN EDUCATION WOMEN ' S EDUCATIONAL CLUB. THRYA JENNINGS HARTFORD, MICHIGAN EDUCATION KAPPA PHI; WOMEN ' S EDUCATIONAL CLUB; COS- MOPOLITAN CLUB. WILLIAM CLYDE JENNINGS MENLO, GEORGIA ARTS AND SCIENCES ANDREW THEODORE JENSEN POWERS, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING WEB AND FLANGE; AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. LAWRENCE FREMONT JESSUP ROCKFORD, MICHIGAN ARfS AND SCIENCES INGRID MALMLOFF JEWELL ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN AR TS AND SCIENCES VIOLET MARIANNE JOERIN DETROIT, MICHIGAN DENTAL HYGIENE ALPHA LOUISE JOHNSON- ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN CARRIE GENEVA JOHNSON STANDISH, MICHIGAN- WOMEN ' S EDUCATIONAL CLUB. ARTS AND SCIENCES EDUCATION CONRAD SANKEY JOHNSON LA PORTE, INDIANA ARCHITECTURE ALPHA RHO CHi; CLASS TREASURER (2). DORIS MARIE JOHNSON SHELBY, MICHIGAN ARTS AXD SCIENCES KAPPA PHI; CHORAL UNION. HAROLD MICHAEL JOHNSON DETROIT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING HAROLD RICHARD JOHNSON SOUTH BEND, INDIANA ENGINEERING TRIANGLES; SWIMMING (2, 3). MARGARET MARY JOHNSON MOUNT PLEASANT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA PHI ALPHA. 86 OSCAR ADOLPH JOHNSON DES MOIXES, IOWA ARTS AND SCIENCES RALPH EUGENE JOHNSON ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION STUART CURTIS JOHNSON WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA ARTS AND SCIENCES DE LTA TA V DE LT A . THOMAS DAVID JOHNSON ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES CLEVELAND, OHIO CATHERINE PITT JONES VALKERVII.LE, ONTARIO HARRY WALTON JONES DETROIT, MICHIGAN SIGMA DELTA KAPPA. PAUL HAVEN JONES CLIO, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA SIGMA PHI; PHI SIGMA. ROBERT CARROLL JONES TROY, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES JOE JOSEPH FLINT, MICHIGAN LAW- MICHIGAN DAILY (2); PLAYERS ' CLUB (3); PRESIDENT OF REPUBLICAN CLUB (4). FREELAND V. JUDSON DETROIT, MICHIGAN- WILLIAM HAROLD KAILES ELYRIA, OHIO VARSITY WRESTLING (2, 3). LESTER AARON KALER SOUTH WHITLEY, INDIANA VARSITY BAND. EDUCATION EDUCATION- DOROTHY ELIZABETH KALMBACH SOUTH LYON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA GAMMA; GLEE CLUB; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAT. CARL E. KANE DETROIT, MICHIGAN TRIGON. ARTS AND SCIENCES EMANUEL NICHOLAS KARAY DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CERCLE FRANCAIS, TREASURER (3), PRESIDENT (4). EMORY FREDERICK KARXATZ DETROIT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING EVA MARIE KARP1NSKI DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ROBERT VVHITCOMB KARPIXSKI ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI MU ALPHA; SIGMA GAMMA EPSILON. JAMES SPIER KARSLAKE BUFFALO, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES HAIG HAIGOUNI KASABACH ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN MEDICINE VARSITY BAND; CHORAL UNION; MICHIGAN UNION- OPERA. YO KAWAMURA TOKYO, JAPAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALUMNAE HOUSE; JAPANESE CLUB (2); COSMOPOLITAN- CLUB (1); BAPTIST GUILD (2); JAPANESE CHRISTIAN- ASSOCIATION (1). MARK ALEXANDER KEARXEY DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KEXX ' ETH CHAMBERS KELLAR LEAD, SOUTH DAKOTA ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA NU; MICHIGAMUA; SPHINX; SIGMA DELTA CHI; PI DELTA EPSILON; BLUE KEY; STUDENT COUN- CIL (3); PRESIDENT (4); MICHIGAN DAILY (1-3); ASSISTANT INTERSCHOLASTIC MANAGER (3). PAUL JOSEPH KELLER KVANSTON, ILLINOIS ENGINEERING DELTA PHI; CLASS HOCKEY (1, 2); ALL CAMPUS FENCING CHAMPION (2); CAPTAIN FENCING TEAM (3); CHAIRMAN JACKET COMMITTEE (3). DOXALD STEWART KELLEY HASTINGS, MICHIGAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION PHI SIGMA KAPPA. PHILIP HENRY KELLEY LANSING, MICHIGAN LAW DELTA THETA PHI; LAW REVIEW. FRANCES MARIOX KELLOGG DETROIT, MICHIGAN EDUCATION KAPPA PHI (3, 4); COSMOPOLITAN CLUB; EDUCA- TION CLUB. DOR1S.MARJORY KENT GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN P HYSICAL E DUCATION ALPHA OMICRON Pi; PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB. VIOLET HELEN KIDDER DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DOROTHY ROSLYX KIEFER DAYTON, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES PI LAMBDA THETA. JOHX HENRY KILGUS BROOKLYN. NEW YORE MEDICINE PHI RHO SIGMA. CHARLES DONALD KIMPTON MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING FAYE KINDER GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ELIZABETH KING MUSKEGON. MICHIGAN ALPHA CHI OMEGA. GLADYS MILDRED KING DETROIT, MICHIGAN MARTHA COOK DORMITORY. ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES MARVIN R. KING LANSING, MICHIGAN PARKE HORNBY KINIETZ ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES ELIZABETH LOUISE KINMONT DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES COLLEGIATE SOROSIS; JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY. DOROTHY CECELIA KINNEY BENTON HARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ATHENA; LE CERCLE FRANCAIS; LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA. EVELYN HORTENSE KINNEY GRAND RAPIDS. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES FLOYD STANLEY KINNEY ITHACA. MICHIGAN ACOLYTES. KENNETH EDGAR KIPP BRONSON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA KAPPA PSI; ALPHA EPSILON MU; VARSITY BAND (1-4 . ROBERT HENRY KIRSCHMAX, Jr. BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA SIGMA; FRESHMAN FOOTBALL. KERMIT KERN KLINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES GAMMA ETA GAMMA; MICHIGAN DAILY (3); CIRCU- LATION MANAGER SUMMER DAILY (3); ATHLETIC PROGRAM COMMITTEE (3, 4); REPUBLICAN CLUB. QUENTIN MC KAY KLINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN LA W GAMMA ETA GAMMA; ALPHA EPSII.ON MU, PRESIDENT (5); KAPPA KAPPA PSI, PRESIDENT (5); VARSITY BAND, PRESIDENT (5) J REPUBLICAN CLUB, VICE- PRESIDENT (5); GLEE CLUB; J-HOP COMMITTEE; SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA; CRAFTSMEN CLUB ; FATHERS ' DAY COMMITTEE; UNION LIFE MEMBERSHIP COM- MITTEE. ARTS AND SCIENCES KENNETH CHARLES KLUTE THREE OAKS, MICHIGAN GERALDINE ISABELLE KNIGHT BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MARTHA COOK DORMITORY, PRESIDENT (4); PI LAMBDA THETA ( 1) ; SENIOR SOCIETY; MASQUES (2); PLAYERS ' CLUB (2); ATHENA; WOMEN ' S DEBATE (1,2). MABEL AMANDA KNOLL WOMELSDORF, PENNSYLVANIA CALVIN STREMLAU KOCH ARLINGTON, NEW JERSEY DELTA TAU DELTA. EDUCATION- ARTS AND SCIENCES HARRY BUCKLEY KOENIG FOREST HILL, LONG ISLAND ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA TAU DELTA; DRUIDS; SPHINX; BLUE KEY; CLASS FOOTBALL (1) JVARSITY FOOTBALL RESERVE (2) ; CLASS TREASURER (2); J-HOP COMMITTEE; ASSISTANT TRACK MANAGER (3); CHAIRMAN CLASS DAY COMMITTEE(4). OTTO GUSTAV KOENIG, Jr. ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI ARTS AND SCIENCES HERMITAGE; FORESTRY CLUB; I.ES VOYAGEURS. MIRIAM SARAH KOFFLER ELKINS PARK, PENNSYLVANIA SAMUEL FELDMAN KOMITO PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA PHI BETA DELTA. ARTS AND SCIENCES GERTRUDE IDA KOPF ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN WALTER JOSEPH KORECKI GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN GUN AND BLADE. ARTS AND SCIENCES ENGINEERING DOROTHY ELEANOR KRAUSE GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; CHORAL UNION (3, 4); LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA. 90 ARTHUR CARL KREINHEDER DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES GLEE CLUB (3, 4); ALPHA EPSILOX MU. KURTJ. KREMLICK. DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES LAMBDA CHI ALPHA; ADELPHI (2, 3); ALPHA EP- SILON MV; MICHIGAN DAILY (2); UNION DANCE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN (3); FRESHMEN ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE (3); GLEE CLUB MANAGER (4); GENERAL CHAIRMAN OF NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE BI- ANNUAL CONFERENCE FOR UNDERGRADUATES. NORMAN RUDOLPH KRETZSCHMAR DETROIT, MICHIGAN MEDICINE PHI RHO SIGMA; PHI SIGMA; ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA. CARL HENRY KREUTZIGER DETROIT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. LESLIE WALTON KRIEGER CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI KAPPA SIGMA; CHIMES ART EDITOR (3); GAR- GOYLE (2.5 . HARRY RUDOLT RRIETER CHICAGO, ILLINOIS SIGMA ALPHA EPSILOX. CLARA ELIZABETH KRUEGER TOLEDO, OHIO DELTA DELTA DELTA. ENGINEERING ARTS AX D SCIENCES JOSEPH KRUGER NEWARK, NEW JERSEY ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI SIGMA DELTA; SIGMA DELTA CHI; MICHIGAN DAILY (1-4), NIGHT EDITOR (3), SPORTS EDITOR (4); FRESHMAN FOOTBALL; RESERVE FOOTBALL (2); BASKETBALL SQUAD (2). MILDRED LOUISE KUENZEL GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES FRESHMAN SPREAD COMMITTEE; JUNIOR GIRLS " PLAY; CONGREGATIONAL STUDENT FELLOWSHIP CABINET. FRANK JACOB KUTPER GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN- DELTA SIGMA DELTA; PHI SIGMA. DEAN J. KUPERUS GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN- DELTA ALPHA EPSILON. DENTISTRY ARTS AND SCIENCES GEORGIA VIRGINIA KUTAK MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES LE CERCLE FRANCAIS; LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA; EDUCATION CLUB. KYPO MARCO KYPRIANTDES DETROIT, MICHIGAN- NICHOLAS EUGENE LACY KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI CHI PHI; PHI BETA PI; GALENS. MEDICINE MEDICINE HELEN MARSHA LAIDMAN CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI SIGMA SIGMA; SOCIOLOGY CLUB (4); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. CLARA MADELINE LAIN BOLIVAR, NEW YORK DONALD REID LAING IRON MOUNTAIN, MICHIGAN ACACIA. CHARLES MILLROSS LAKE DETROIT, MICHIGAN LUCIUS JOSEPH LALLY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SIGMA NU. ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES ENGINEERING ARTS AND SCIENCES HELEN GRACE LAMOS BARRYTON, MICHIGAN EDUCATION PI LAMBDA THETAJ JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; GIRLS GLEE CLUB. LOUIS LEE LANDMAN GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN LAW- DELTA THETA PHI; BARRISTERS; MICHIGAN DAILY (3). JAMES CUMMINS LANE TOLEDO, OHIO ACOLYTES. ARTS AND SCIENCES LUCIAN LANE KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI LAW- GAMMA ETA GAMMA; pi DELTA EPSILON; ALPHA EPSILON MU; BARRISTERS; CHIMES (4, 5), MANAGING EDITOR (5); BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUB- LICATIONS (6); VARSITY GLEE CLUB; MIDNIGHT SONS QUARTET. ELMER FRANCIS LAUTXER TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA PI. ALEXANDER J. LAVROW TUCSON, ARIZONA TAU ALPHA EPSILON. ENGINEERING ROBERT DALE LAW FREELAND, MICHIGAN LAW- DELTA THETA PHI; BARRISTERS; LAW REVIEW. JOHN CONRAD LAWKOWIEZ ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA MEDICINE MARIAN LOUISE LAWLESS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICAJ BASKETBALL (3); HOCKEY (2); RIFLE (1); CHORAL UNION (1). 92 MARGARET ALEXANDER LAVVSOX DETROIT, MICHIGAN ' ARTS AND SCIENCE PI BETA PHI. CLIFFORD HAROLD LAV DETROIT, MICHIGAN PSI OMEGA. DENTISTRY REUEL DUDLEY LAYMAN DOWAGIAC, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING AMERICAN INSTITUTE ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS (3, 4), VICE-CHAIRMAN (4); MICHIGAN TECHNIC (1); MICHIGAN RIFLE CLUB, RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS. H. MARVEL LEATHERMAN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MARYROSE LE BEAU ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; RIFLE SQUAD (4). GEORGE HENRY LE BOEUF MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN- ENGINEERING PING WOON LEE CANTON, CHINA ENGINEERING CHINESE STUDENTS ' CLUB; AMERICAN SOCIETY CIVIL ENGINEERS. RAPHAEL DONALD LEE MADRID, NEW YORK PERRY CURTIS LEECE HARBOR SPRINGS, MICHIGAN DENTI STRY ARTS AND SCIENCES FREDERICK OTTO LEEVER, Jr. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CURTIS V. LE FEVER ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING KENNETH B. LE GALLEY LAFAYETTE, INDIANA MEDICINE PHI MU DELTA; BASKETBALL (1). RUTH ESTHER LEHMAN DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA PHI; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAT. MURRAY ANGUS LEITCH ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO PSI OMEGA; DENTAL SOCIETY. DENTISTRY 93 MADALYN LOUISE LELAND ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA KAPPA; KAPPA PHI (2-4); WORLD FELLOW- SHIP COMMITTEE OF Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). PARK SING LEM CANTON, CHINA CHINESE STUDENTS ' CLUB. ENGINEERING LORETTA LE MIRE ESCANABA, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA PHI ALPHA; MICHIGANENSIAN (3, 4). FLORENCE LUCILLE LEONARD DETROIT, MICHIGAN EDUCATION SHERMAN LEROY LEPARD LAKE ODESSA, MICHIGAN PHARMACY ROBERT WILSON LESLIE DETROIT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING ALLAN EDWARD LEVIE CANTON, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA ALPHA MU; MIC HIGANEN ' SI AN (1, 2); TRACK (1); UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (1-4); GLEE CLUB (1). MEYER MITCHELL LEVIN DETROIT, MICHIGAN JOSEPH LEVINE BROOKLYN, NEW YORK ME DIC IN I. ARTS AND SCIENCES RUSSELL VIVIAN LEVITT MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA DENTISTRY DELTA SIGMA DELTA; WESTERNERS ' CLUB. SAMUEL WARSHARE LEVY ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES TAU DELTA PHI; CHIMES (2); MIMES; FRESHMAN- TRACK. FRANK EMERSON LEWELLEN NEWTON, KANSAS LAW DELTA CHI; BARRISTERS; SECRETARY LAWYERS ' CLUB (4, 5). CHARLES LADD LEWIS VASSAR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CAMMA SIGMA; SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY (2). MARY-HELEN LEWIS YPSII.ANTI, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES 94 MILDRED REYNOLDS LEWIS DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES LE CERCLE FRAXCAIS; LA SOCIEDAO HISPAXICA; IL CIRCULO ITALIAXO. LEO JOSEPH L ' HEUREUX WINDSOR. ONTARIO SOL LIFSITZ DETROIT, MICHIGAN RENSIS LIKERT OMAHA. NEBRASKA DENTISTRY ENGINEERING ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA CHI SIGMA; YULCANS; TAU BETA pi; MICHI- GAN TECHXIC; CHAIRMAN FATHERS ' DAY COMMIT- TEE; PRESIDENT COSMOPOLITAN CLUB 1 5 I ; STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION CABINET (2, .1), PRESIDENT JOHN T. S. LIM AMOY, CHINA CHINESE STUDENTS ' CLUB. ARNOLD N. LINDEMAN GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ENGINEERING MONROE G. LIPPMAN HIBBING. MINNESOTA ARTS AND SCIEXCES ADELPHi; GARGOYLE 4l; UNION LIFE MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE ( . ' ) ; PLAYERS ' CLUB I 2-4 ) . SHU TING LIU PEKING. CHINA CHAN HUI LOA FUKIEX. CHIXA CHIXESE STUDENTS ' CLUB. JOHN DUDLEY LOCKTON ELKHART. INDIANA SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON. HELEN JOANNE LOFTUS AKROX, NEW YORK KAPPA DELTA; STYLUS. PAR HIM LOUIS CANTON. CHINA MARY TYLER LOUTHAN STAUNTOX, VIRGINIA GAMMA PHI BETA. CLAUDE EGBERT LOUY PAINTED POST. NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIEXCES APTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES EXGIXEFRING 95 HAROLD WILLIAM LOVELL LOGANSPORT, INDIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES pi KAPPA ALPHA; PHI BETA PI; SECRETARY 1929 MEDICAL CLASS. ADOLPH BERNARD LOVEMAN BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA ARTS AND SCIENCES ZETA BETATAU; LE CERCLE FRANCAIS. RUTHANNA LOWBER ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ELEANOR KATHERYN LOWE CLEVELAND, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES PRESIDENT OF ALUMNAE HOUSE ASSOCIATION (4). KENNETH HOLTON LOWE BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA SIGMA PHI; MICHIGAN UNION OPERA (4). HAROLD NATHANIEL LURYA DETROIT, MICHIGAN PHI SIGMA DELTA. ARTS AND SCIENCES JULIO MARCELINO LUZUNARIS GUAYAMA, PORTO RICO XI PSI PHI. DENTISTRY CHARLES FRED LYMAN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN DELTA SIGMA PI. RUTH MARION LYON CARSON CITY, MICHIGAN HUBERT WILSON LYONS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN THETA CHI. ARTS AND SCIENCES EDUCATION- ENGINEERING GENEVIEVE MAC ARTHUR BAY CITY, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CHARLES LYNN MAC CALLUM MIDLAND, MICHIGAN MEDICINE BETA THETA PI; NU SIGMA NUJ GALENS. CONSTANCE BRADY MAC DONALD HOUGHTON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA GAMMA. PAT MAC DONALD MARINE CITY, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA KAPPA NU; CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, FINAN- CIAL SECRETARY. 96 HARRY WENDELL MAC DUFF DETROIT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING ALPHA CHI RHO; TRIANGLES; WEB AND FLANGE; VULCANS; HOCKEY; VICE-PRESIDENT (1, 2). ALEXANDER MAC GREGOR DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARCHITECTURE PHI KAPPA TAU. HAROLD DOUGLAS MAC GREGOR ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY DELTA SIGMA DELTA. EDWIN CHRISTIAN MACK CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES PSI UPSILON; SIGMA DELTA CHI; SPHINX; MICHIGAN- DAILY (1-3), NIGHT EDITOR (3); FRESHMAN HAND- BOOK (2); ATHLETIC EDITOR MICHIGAN ALUMNUS (2); SOPHOMORE PUBLICITY COMMITTEE; SENIOR BANQUET COMMITTEE; MICHIGAN UNION OPERA PUBLICITY COMMITTEE (4); LAKE FOREST ACADEMY CLUB. JOHN EDWARD MACKEL LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA DELTA CHI. AVERY PURSEL MACKLEM DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARCHITECTURE ARTS AND SCIENCES WILLIAM ADD1SON MAC YAY FRANKLIN, PEN NSYLVAN1A MEDICINE THETA KAPPA PSI; MIMES; PRESIDENT OF JUNIOR MEDICINE CLASS; MICHIGAN UNION OPERA (3-6). LOUIS AUSTIN MADFIS CHESTNUT HILL, MASSACHUSETTS ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI SIGMA DELTA. RAYMOND C. MAIHOFER MEXOMINEE, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE; UNITED STATES NAVAL RESERVE FORCE (2-4). RUDOLPH WILLIAM MAJHANNU M1CHIGAMME, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES KARL DAY MALCOLM ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SIGMA PI. DUDLEY M. MALLORY OAKPARK, VIRGINIA OMEGA PSI PHI. GLENN JAMES MALONE STAMBAUGH, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CLUB. PAULINE B. MALONE GARY, INDIANA ZETA TAU ALPHA. ARTS AND SCIENCES A. LOUIS MANASON DETROIT, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES ALICE MAXDERBACH ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MU PHI EPSILON; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; SYMPHONIC LEAGUE BOARD, ADVISORY CHAIRMAN (3); PUB- LICITY CHAIRMAN (4). IMOGENE MARY MANION ALPENA, MICHIGAN EDUCATION- ROBERT STUART MANSFIELD OKAUCHEE, WISCONSIN ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA DELTA CHI; SIGMA DELTA CHI; DRUIDS; MICHIGAN DAILY (1, 2); SUNDAY EDITOR (3); CITY EDIT OR (4); MICHIGAN SUMMER DAILY NEWS EDITOR (3, 4); CLASS PUBLICITY COMMITTEE (1); CHAIRMAN (2-4); MIMES PUBLICITY COMMITTEE (2, 3). ENGINEERING ARTS AND SCIENCES HOWARD Q. MAR FRESNO, CALIFORNIA PHILIP ROBERT MARCUSE DETROIT, MICHIGAN- HAROLD ABNER MARKS PHOENIX, ARIZONA ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA NU; PI DELTA EPSILON; MICHIGAN DAILY (1-3), ADVERTISING MANAGER (3); MICHIGAN ALUM- NUS (2, 3); BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS (4); UNION COMMITTEE (1, 2); CLASS COMMITTEE (3); STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCI- ATION CABINET PUBLICITY MANAGER (4); REPUB- LICAN CLUB (1-4); SECRETARY-TREASURER (3), PRESIDENT (4); WESTERNERS ' CLUB (1-3). ROGERS ISRAEL MARQUIS BIRMINGHAM, MICHIGAN LAW PHI DELTA PHI; BARRISTERS. GEORGE SAMUEL MARTIN CHICAGO, ILLINOIS LAW PHI GAMMA DELTA; PRESIDENT JUNIOR LAW CLASS. ROBERT D. MARTIN OVID, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA TAU UPSILON; REPUBLICAN CLUB; MICHIGAN- DAILY (3). ALDEN STEWART MARVIN SOUTH HAVEN, MICHIGAN ARCHITECTURE DELTA PHI; CLASS TREASURER (2, 3); SOPHOMORE PROM COMMITTEE; ARCHITECTURE MAY PARTY COMMITTEE. WILLARD HAMILTON MASON DUNKIRK, INDIANA ALPHA SIGMA PHI. ARTS AND SCIENCES GERALDINE FRANCIS MASTERS GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES pi LAMBDA THETA; SENIOR SOCIETY; MUMMERS (3, 4); ATHENA (1-4). MARJORIE MATTHEWS ST. JOHNS, MICHIGAN EDUCATION DELTA ZETA; KAPPA PHI; CHORAL UNION (3); Y.W. C.A. LEADERSHIP COMMISSION (2, 3), UNDERGRAD- UATE REPRESENTATIVE (4). 98 ROBERT HARRISIMATTHIAS ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES HERMAN MATTHEW MAYEETY CHICAGO, ILLINOIS MEDICINE WALTER JOHN MAXEY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN MARY LOUISE MAXWELL MT. PLEASANT. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CHI OMEGA; SIGMA ALPHA IOTA. EDITH MATILDA MAYER ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DONALD DL ' AXE MC ADAM ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES HOWARD EDWARD MC ARTHUR ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI ENGINEERING TRIANGLES; AMERICAN SOCIETY MECHANICAL ENGI- NEERS; GUN AND BLADE, PRESIDENT. W INTHROP WATTS MC CAIX JACKSON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA SIGMA PHI. W ALTER JAMES MC CAXTHY CORNING. NEW YORK DENTISTRY II PSI PHI; GLEE CLUB (1, 2). . DOROTHEA FRANCES MC CLURE ALTOONA, PENNSYLVANIA MEDICINE SIGMA KAPPA; ALPHA EPSILON IOTA. HAROLD DEALIOX MC CLURE YOUNGSVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES PI KAPPA ALPHA. JENNETTE BALDWIN ' MC COLL DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA OMICRON PI. MARTHA MC COLLUM FLINT, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES HOWARD WILLIAM MC COMB LANSING, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES 99 GLADYS INEZ MC CONNAL DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES WYVERN (3); FRESHMAN SPREAD COMMITTEE (2). INEZ LA VERNE MC CORMICK ROYAL OAK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA PHI (2, 3), SECRETARY (4); CHORAL UNION (2); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY (3). VIOLET ALAMEDA MC CREDIE ROSCOMMON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA xi DELTA; ATHENA (4); LA SOCIEDAD HIS- PANICA (3). BERYL K. MC CRORY SOUTH LYON, MICHIGAN WOMEN ' S EDUCATIONAL CLUB. EDUCATION KAARVAND CHARLES MC DANNEL PORT HURON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES LUCIE MARGARET MC DERMOTT SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA ARTS AND SCIENCES LILLIAN ELIZABETH MC DONALD SAULT STE. MARIE, MICHIGAN BETSY BARBOUR HOUSE. ARTS AND SCIENCES JOHN FREDERICK MC DONXELL L ' ANSE, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING ELIZABETH MC DOWELL ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA DELTA DELTA; THETA SIGMA; WYVERN; GARGOYLE; MICHIGANENSIAN (3); CHAIRMAN LEAGUE SOCIAL COMMITTEE (3); JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY, CHAIRMAN DANCE COMMITTEE. MARY ISABEL MC EACHRAN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA ETA CHI; CHORAL UNION. NORMA JEAN MAC GILLIVRAY MOUNT PLEASANT, MICHIGAN EDUCATION JOHN RUSSELL MAC GREGOR ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN MEDICINE PHI KAPPA SIGMA; NU SIGMA NU. ROGER ALLAN MC LEAN MARQUETTE, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES JOSEPH LAWRENCE MC KENNA GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN PHI KAPPA. MEDICINE 100 L. FRANK MC KNIGHT GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN GAMMA ETA GAMMA; BARRISTERS. ELIZABETH HALLOWAY MC MANUS PORT HURON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA ALPHA IOTA. MARY ANN MC NAMARA IRON RIVER. MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES DOROTHY ALPHF.A MC NEILL ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA ZETA. FRANK LACHLAN MC PHAIL DETROIT. MICHIGAN MEDICINE ALPHA SIGMA PHI; PHI RHO SIGMA; SIGMA XI; ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA; PHI SIGMA; DRUIDS; GALENS J GENERAL CHAIRMAN UNION OPERA; MIMES. ROBERT H1CKEY MC PHERSON HOWELL, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES pi KAPPA ALPHA; ALPHA EPSILON Mr; KAPPA KAPPA PSi; VARSITY BAND (1-4). PEARSON K. MC WETHY MARSHALL. MICHIGAN . ENGINEERING WEB AND FLANGE; AMERICAN SOCIETY CIVIL EN- GINEERS. MARION MEAD ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA SIGMA; CHIMES (2, 3), UPPER STAFF (4); WOMEN ' S EDITOR SUMMER DAILY (4); BANQUET COMMITTEE (4); FRESHMAN GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB; JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY, PUBLICITY COMMITTEE. ROBERT JOHN W. MEFFLEY TOLEDO, OHIO LAWYERS ' CLUB. LAW WILLIAM HAROLD MEFFLEY TOLEDO, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES WILBUR LYNN MEINHART TEMPERANCE, MICHIGAN JOHN B. MELLOTT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- MARGARET C. MENARD BUFFALO. NEW YORK JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. ENGINEERING ARTS AND SCIENCES EDUCATION DOROTHY CAROLYN MERKEL CLEVELAND. OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES ZETA TAU ALPHA. rasfc i -w HARRY JOSEPH MERRICK ARTS AND SCIENCES SCRANTON, PENNSYLVANIA PHI KAPPA; KAPPA PHI SIGMA; MICHIGAN DAILY BUSINESS (2); ROUND-UP CLUB; SECRETARY CATH- OLIC STUDENTS ' CLUB (3, 4). RICHARD BLISS MERRIMAN KENTON, OHIO DELTA CHI. EARL JOHN HENRY MESNER BUFFALO, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES ENGINEERING PHI SIGMA KAPPA; SCALP AND BLADE; BOWLING (3, 4). HARRY GANES MESSER GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA TAU DELTA; DRUIDSJ SPHINX; PI DELTA EPSILON; BLUE KEY; GARGOYLE BUSINESS (1-3); CROSS-COUNTRY ASSISTANT MANAGER (3); GENERAL CHAIRMAN OF UNION LIFE MEMBERSHIP, EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE; CLASS TREASURER (3); PRESIDENT (4); CHAIRMAN FINANCE COMMITTEE OF STUDENT CHRIS- TIAN ASSOCIATION. LUIS ALBERTO MESSONE SALTO, ARGENTINA ENGINEERING WILLIAM LOVERING METCALF DETROIT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING WEB AND FLANGE; TAU BETA PI; AMERICAN SOCIETY CIVIL ENGINEERS; EDITOR CAMP DAVIS PUBLICA- TION (2). ALLEN ADOLPH MEYER KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DE LTA TA U DE LTA . ALLEN FRASER MEYER DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES FREDERICK ALBERT MEYER HOLLAND, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES JOSEPH JULES MICHAELS DETROIT, MICHIGAN VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE (4); S. C. A. MEDICINE DOROTHY MICKLEBOROUGH GROSSE ILE, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ZETA TAU ALPHA. BF.RNHARDT TOIVO MIC KLOW MARQUETTE, MICHIGAN NELLIE DELL MILLARD PINCONNING, MICHIGAN ANNE ISABEL MILLER ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN DENTISTRY ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES 102 MBMMIM I J - CYRIL NELSON MILLER BAY CITY, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES EDWIN WILKINSON MILLER MARQUETTE, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES GEORGE LAWRENCE MILLER DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA. HELEN LEAH MILLER APPLETON, WISCONSIN DENTAL HYGIENE SIGMA KAPPA; CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT (3). JAMES MANN MILLER CHICAGO, ILLINOIS BARRISTERS. MARY LOU MILLER ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES COLLEGIATE SOROSIS; SIGMA DELTA PHI; COMEDY CLUB; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; CLASS MEMORIAL COMMITTEE. NEVILLE FREDERICK MILLER GO WAN DA. NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES OSCAR MAXWELL MILLER WINONA, MINNESOTA SIGMA ALPHA SIGMA. ENGINEERING RHEA EDITH MILLER EATON RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA GAMMA; UNIVERSITY GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB. SAMUEL LEWIS MILLER DETROIT, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES WILLIAM FORSTER MILLER. Jr. OIL CITY, PENNSYLVANIA DENTISTRY ALPHA CHI RHO; DELTA SIGMA DELTA; DENTAL SOCIETY. LUCIUS DURFEE MILLS LANSING, MICHIGAN DELTA ALPHA EPSILON. ARTS AND SCIENCES FRANCES FIRMA MINEAU ESCANABA, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES HARRY ADAM MITCHELL REED CITY, MICHIGAN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CLUB; ADELPHIJ S.C.A. CABINET (4). j - - - q || ' jfj ' fjl 103 ROBERT AUGUST MITCHELL REED CITY, MICHIGAN PRESCOTT CLUB. PHARMACY WALDEMAR B. MITCHELL ELK RAPIDS, MICHIGAN MEDICINE GALENS, VICE-PRESIDENT (4); CLASS VICE-PRESI- DENT (5); STUDENT COUNCIL (3). CLIFFORD ALLEN MITTS, Jr. GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN LAW DELTA CHI; MICHIGAN DAILY (1). MASUZO MIYAMA WAKAYAMA, JAPAN PHARMACY NIPPON CLUB. MARGARET CHRISTINE MOGK LAKE LINDEN, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA DELTA DELTA; WYVERN ; MICHIGANENSIAX (2, 3) ; FRESHMAN SPREAD COMMITTEE; CLASS SOCIAL COMMITTEE (1, 3); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY (3). CELESTINE ELIZABETH MOLONEY HOPKINS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES THOMAS JEFFERSON MONTGOMERY CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA SIGMA PI; LE CERCI.E FRANCAIS (2-4), TREASURER (4); FRENCH PLAY (2. 3); DANCE COM- MITTEE; SWIMMING POOL DRIVE (3); VARSITY QUARTET (4); GLEE CLUB (3, 4). JAMES MOONEY SAG1NAW, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING PRESIDENT SAGINAW CLUB (4); R.O.T.C. GRADUATE. ROBERT LEE MOORE DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES HERMITAGE; UNION OPERA (4). EDUCATION- JULIA VIOLET MOORHEAD PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA MILLIE AVERILL MOORMAN MUSKEGOX, MICHIGAN EDUCATION SK;MA KAPPA; LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA; LE CERCLE FRANCAIS; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; PUBLICITY COM- MITTEE (4); PAN-HELLENIC BALL COMMITTEE. CATHERINE MARIE MORIARTY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA PHI ALPHA; MICHIGANENSIAN; MUMMERS; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. KENNETH EDWARD MORGARIDGE CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI GAMMA DELTA; M. CLUB; BASKETBALL (2); CLASS TREASURER (1). JANES ALVIN MORLEY ROCHESTER, NEW YORK PHI KAPPA; PHI BETA pi. MEDICINE WSS Ofc5- 0- tm 104 VINCENT FREDERICK MORRISON " WESTBY. WISCONSIN ARTS AND SCIENCES HELEN MARGARET MORROW JACKSON. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA PHI ALPHA; MICHIGANENSIAN (5); MICHIGAN- DAILY (3, 4); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY, COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN; PAN-HELLENIC BALL (4). RAE JEANETTE MORSE TOLEDO, OHIO DENTAL HYGIENE CLASS SECRETARY-TREASURER (3). HERBERT MOSS DETROIT. MICHIGAN- MICHIGAN DAILY (2, 3). ARTS AND SCIENCES FRANCES BRUBAKER MOTZ PITTSBURGH. PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA DELTA; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. REX EVERETTE MOULE PONTIAC. MICHIGAN ENGINEERING SIGMA PHI EPSILON; MICHIGAN UNION OPERA ORCHESTRA (2. 5 ). JOSEPH LOUGHLEN MOUNTAIN CLEAN, NEW YORK MEDICINE RUTH MARIE MOUNTAIN OLEAN, NEW YORK DENTISTRY THETA PHI ALPHA; IOTA SIGMA PI; CLASS VICE- PRESIDENT (1); CLASS TREASURER (2); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. RALPH JOSEPH MOVNIHAN CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MARJORIE MUHLIT.NER ST. CLAIR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES LEADERSHIP COMMISSION; KAPPA PHI; Y.W.C.A. GRETA IRVIN MUIR BAY CITY, MICHIGAN- MARTHA COOK DORMITORY. ARTS AND SCIENCES HAROLD A. MULLEN IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES GLEE CLUB; CHORAL UNION. CHARLES BEATTY MULLETT BUFFALO, NEW YORK ENGINEERING TAU KAPPA EPSILON; SCALP AND BLADE. MRS. ANNA VAN TUYL MUNCY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES s 105 JACK BERNARD MUNDSTUK DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI BETA DELTA; REPUBLICAN CLUB (2); GARGOYLE (1, 2); MICHIGAN DAILY (3); UNION PUBLICITY COMMITTEE; STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION RE- CEPTION COMMITTEE (3). CHARLES J. MUNZ, Jr. DENVER, COLORADO LAW BARRISTERS; TRACK (2, 3); SECRETARY JUNIOR LAW CLASS. HOWARD JAMES MURPHY TOLEDO, OHIO THETA KAPPA PSI. ELEANOR MUSSELMAN MEDICINE ARTS AND SCIENCES TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN KAPPA ALPHA THETA; WYVERN; MIC HIGANENSIAN (2, 3); CHAIRMAN CLASS SOCIAL COMMITTEE (3); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; BOARD OF REPRESENTATIVES OF WOMEN ' S LEAGUE. CLIFTON GUSTAVUS MYER GENOA, NEW YORK BACHELOR OF ARTS, 1923. MEDICINE VIVIEN MABEL MYERS DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES BOARD OF REPRESENTATIVES OF WOMEN ' S LEAGUE. LORETA NEELY BROOKLYN, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALICE CELESTIA NEESLEY JACKSON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ZETA TAU ALPHA; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. JAMES MARSTON NELSON SPOKANE, WASHINGTON MEDICINE ALPHA SIGMA PHI; PHI RHO SIGMA; GALENS. RALPH EDWARD NETZLEY PASADENA, CALIFORNIA THETA KAPPA PSI; VARSITY BAND. MEDICINE DAVID LOUIS NEUMANN CHICAGO, ILLINOIS JOSEPH W. NEUSS NEWARK, NEW JERSEY ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES CRAFTSMEN CLUB; MICHIGAN UNION OPERA OR- CHESTRA (3, 4). WILLIAM FRANCIS NEVILLE CHICAGO, ILLINOIS SIGMA PHI EPSILON. JOHN JENNESS NEWCOMB PONTIAC, MICHIGAN ALPHA DELTA PHI. DENTISTRY ARTS AND SCIENCES 106 EDWARD LYON NEWHALL DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA PHI EPSILONJ VARSITY CHEERLEADER (2, 3 ) ; FRESHMAN TRACK. ROBERT J. NEWMAN DETROIT, MICHIGAN ZETA BETA TAUJ GOLF TEAM. ARTS AND SCIENCES JAMES EDWARD NEWTON WALLACE IDAHO ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI SIGMA KAPPA; BLUE KEY; PHI BETA KAPPA; DRUIDS; MICHIGANENSIAN EDITORIAL STAFF (2, 3); ADVISORY BOARD (4); STUDENT DIRECTORY (3); UNION RECORDER (2), ASSISTANT RECORDING SEC- RETARY (3), GENERAL CHAIRMAN HOUSE COMMITTEE (3), FATHERS ' DAY COMMITTEE (3); CHAIRMAN CLASS INVITATION COMMITTEE (4); EXECUTIVE COUNCIL (3); INTERSCHOLASTIC MANAGER (4); STUDENT COMMITTEE ATHLETIC AFFAIRS (3, 4). SAMUEL JOSHUA NICHAMIN DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES JOHN HATCHER NICHOLS WAPAKONETA, OHIO ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA; PHI SIGMA. MEDICINE CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH NICHOLSON KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES HAROLD HERBORD NIELSEN MENOMINEE. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES LESTER JOHN NIEMAN RIVER ROUGE, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES AARON NOCHIMSON PATERSON, NEW JERSEY ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI BETA DELTA; CHORAL UNION. ALTON HENRY NOE MT. CLEMENS, MICHIGAN- EDWARD MATTHEW NOLAN SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK ABIGAIL B. NOON JACKSON, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA PHI ALPHA; EDITORIAL STAFF MICHIGANEN- SIAN (3, 4); EDITORIAL STAFF STUDENT DIRECTORY (3, 4); PRESS CLUB (4); MASQUES (2-4) ; MUMMERS (2-4); SECRETARY OF MUMMERS (4). IRA V. NORDHOFF MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN- DENTAL SOCIETY. WILLIAM ARTHER NORRIS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- DENTISTRY ARTS AND SCIENCES 107 AMY ELIZABETH NORTON WELLSVILLE, NEW YORK ALPHA CHI OMEGA. ARTS AND SCIENCES FRANCES AMELIA NORTON- DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA O MICRON PI. DOROTHY MARIE NOVOTNY DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ETHEL IRENE NOWLIN FOSTORIA, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES EDWARD ENOCH NOYES WASHINGTON, D. C. ENGINEERING ALPHA CHI RHO; AMERICAN SOCIETY MECHANICAL ENGINEERS. NEVA EUPHEMIA NYE HUDSON, MICHIGAN EDUCATION- PHI GAMMA MU; WOMEN ' S LEAGUE BOARD OF REP- RESENTATIVES. NEAL MC MILLER NYLAND GRAND HAVEN, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA SIGMA PHI; GARGOYLE (.5, 4); COMEDY CLUB (2-4); MICHIGAN UNION OPERA (4). LYNNTE ESTELLE OAKES CLEVELAND, OHIO MONICA ISABEL O ' BRIEN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY. EDUCATION EDUCATION HERBERT EDWARD OCHSNER CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES TAU KAPPA EPSILON-. HELEN MARSHALL OCOBOCK MONTAGUE, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA XI DELTA. MARY DOROTHY OGBORN SAGINAW, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA DELTA; WYVERN; WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCI- ATION BOARD; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. A. GORDON OLIVER ALAMOSA, COLORADO HARRY JACOB OLMSTEAD DETROIT, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA (5, 4); U. S. NAVAL RE- SERVE (2-4). 108 EDWARD THEODORE OLSON CADILLAC. MICHIGAN- HARRY OLOS OLSON MAXISTIQVE. MICHIGAN- AXD SCIENCES ARTS AXD SCIENCES GAMMA SIGMA; GLEE CLUB (3, 4). ODINA BERGETTA OLSON BUXTOX. XORTH DAKOTA EDUCATION- KAPPA ALPHA THETA; SIGMA ALPHA IOTA; GIRLS GLEE CLUB. ROYAL ALLEN OPPENHEIM DETROIT, MICHIGAN ' LAW PHI EPSILOX Pi; GARGOYLE (I, 2); GLEE CLUB (1); BACHELOR OF ARTS, 1924. EINAR MELYIN ORBECK EAL " CLAIRE. WISCONSIN TAU BETA PI. DARREL J. ORCUTT GRANT. MICHIGAN ' ENGINEERING ENGINEERING THETA KAPPA XU; AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS (3, 4). JOHN KENNETH OSBORN JACKSON. MICHIGAN- CLASS TREASURER (4). EDUCATION LE ROY LONGFELLOW OSBORN BELLEFOXTAIXE, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES HERMITAGE; CHIMES, EDITORIAL STAFF; MICHIGAN- DAILY, EDITORIAL STAFF. CHARLES EUGENE OSBORNE GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN MEDICINE PHI CHI; CLASS TREASURER (3); ATHLETIC COMMIT- TEE. BERNICE MAXWELL O ' TOOLE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI GAMMA MU; KAPPA PHI. GEORGE WILLIAM OTT MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN- ALPHA SIGMA PHI. ARTS AND SCIENCES VIRGINIA LYDIA HAYMAN OYERSTREET SAO PAULO, BRAZIL COSMOPOLITAN CLUB. DENTAL HYGIENE W. YICTOR OWEN BUFFALO, XEW YORK ENGINEERING THETA KAPPA NU; WEB AND FLANGE; VULCANS; AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS; CLASS BASKETBALL (1-4); CLASS SECRETARY (4); VARSITY BAND (2-4); SCABBARD AXD BLADE; SCALP AND BLADE; SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS. ANNA LORENE OWENS VAN WERT, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES ADELIA CHEEVER HOUSE; PI LAMBDA THETA; FRESHMAN GIRLS GLEE CLUB; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; WOMEN ' S EDUCATIONAL CLUB. RONALD RICHARD OWENS ANGOLA, INDIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA TAU OMEGA. JACK HARDER PAGE ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS LAW- DELTA TAU DELTA; PHI ALPHA DELTA; BARRISTERS; ALPHA NU; CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT (4). MARGARET M. PAGE HARVEY, ILIINOIS FRANK CLEMENT PAGEAU DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DENTISTRY DOROTHY IVES PAISLEY PONTIAC, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA SIGMA (4); BLACK QUILL (4). ROBERT W. PALDA MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA DOLSON WILLIAM PALMER ROSALIA, WASHINGTON THETA KAPPA PSI; VARSITY BAND (4). MEDICINE LOWELL MEAD PALMER GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN PHI SIGMA KAPPA. ARTS AND SCIENCES WALTER TRUMAN PALMER, Jr. SHINGLEHOUSE, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES GLEE CLUB (2, 3); CHEMISTRY COLLOQUIUM. JOHN PANCHUK GROSSE POINTE, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES RICHARD OTTO PAPENGUTH MANISTEE, MICHIGAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION PHI KAPPA TAU; " M " CLUB; PHI EPSILON KAPPA; MEN ' S PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB; BASEBALL (1); SWIMMING (1-4). FLOYD SUMNER PARK ALMONT, MICHIGAN PHARMACY CLASS PRESIDENT (2); J-HOP REPRESENTATIVE (3). BYRON WALTER PARKER HASTINGS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA SIGMA PHI; MICHIGAMUA; MICHIGAN AND SUMMER DAILY; PI DELTA EPSILON. CLAUDIA LUCILLE PARKER HOPKINS, MICHIGAN FREEMAN HOUSE.- EDUCATION 110 EDWARD CROARTIN PARKER DETROIT, MICHIGAN- GEORGE EOKARS PARKER HARLAN, IOWA ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA DELTA KAPPA; ROUND-UP CLUB. H. FRED PARKER HASTINGS, MICHIGAN EDUCATION- ALPHA TAU OMEGA; PHI EPSILON KAPPA; VARSITY FOOTBALL. HELEN LAURETTA PARKER DETROIT, MICHIGAN PI BETA PHI. EDUCATION- ROBERT PARKER DETR OIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ACACIA; COMEDY CLUB; PLAYERS ' CLUB. LEONARD BEAUMONT PARKS EAST CLEVELAND, OHIO LAW- DELTA PHI; PHI ALPHA DELTA; DRUIDS; BARRIS- TERS; PHI BETA KAPPA; BUSINESS MANAGER SUM- MER DAILY (4); LAW VICE-PRESIDENT OF MICHIGAN UNION. GEORGE ARTHUR PARMENTER PETOSKEY, MICHIGAN LAW PI KAPPA ALPHA; DELTA THETA PHI; BARRISTERS; MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW. ELIZABETH PAULDING PARROTT LAKE GEORGE, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES COLLEGIATE SOROSIS; WYVERN (3); MORTARBOARD (4); RIFLE TEAM (1); HOCKEY (1, 3,4); BASKETBALL (1, 2); CHAIRMAN LEAGUE HOUSE COMMITTEE (1); TREASURER (3); CORRESPONDING SECRETARY (4); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY AND COMMITTEE; PRESIDENT PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL. THADDEUS JULIUS PARYSKI TOLEDO, OHIO ENGINEERING ANGUS ROSS PASCOE ISHPEMING, MICHIGAN LAW DELTA THETA PHI; BARRISTERS. WALTER GILMORE PATTON SEWICKLEY, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES HERMITAGE; GLEE CLUB (3, 4). HENRY PAULL DULUTH, MINNESOTA LAW JAY HOWARD PAYNE, Jr. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN LAW DELTA THETA PHI; BACHELOR OF ARTS, 1921. WALTER E. PEAR DETROIT, MICHIGAN LAW SIGMA Pi; DELTA THETA PHI; DELTA SIGMA RHO; ADELPHi; COMMERCE CLUB; VARSITY DEBATING TEAM (2). Waajk-JfcSw - WALTER JOSEPH PECA ROCHESTER, NEW YORK ARCHITECTURE SIGMA PHI EPSILON. CLIFFORD ADRIAN PEDDERSON MOORHEAD, MINNESOTA LAW PHI ALPHA DELTA. GEORGIANA KASKETTE PEET ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN EDUCATION SIGMA KAPPA; KAPPA psi; LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA (4); GLEE CLUB (4); CHORAL UNION (3). KATHARINE PEIRCE FLINT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA GAMMA; MASQUES (3, 4); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; WOMEN ' S LEAGUE BAZAAR COMMITTEE (4); PAN-HELLENIC BALL COMMITTEE (4). CHARLES WARD PEMBROKE BAY CITY, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING FRANCES CHRISTINE PENOYAR SOUTH HAVEN, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA DELTA DELTA. REVA ALLEN PENOYAR SOUTH HAVEN, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES ROBERT L. PERRY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- AMY EDITH PERSON MANISTEE, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES EDUCATION- DANIEL PETERMANN LAURIUM, MICHIGAN LAW SIGMA DELTA KAPPA; BARRISTERS; HOCKEY TEAM (2-4), CAPTAIN (4). DEWITT BEN PETERS CHARLOTTE, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES EDWARD WALTER PETERSON EVELETH, MINNESOTA ARTS AND SCIENCES HAROLD EM1L PETERSON GARY, INDIANA ARCHITECTURE ALPHA RHO CHI; CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT (2). RACHEL HELENE PETERSON- BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN- PHI GAMMA MU. EDUCATION 112 ALEXANDER JOHN PETRELLIS PEABODY, MASSACHUSETTS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION- BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ' CLUB. DOROTHY JEAXXETTE PETTIS GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI GAMMA MU; CERCLE FRANCAIS; WOMAN ' S EDUCATIONAL CLUB. GLEXX WARD PETTIS WAYLAND, MICHIGAN EDUCATION MEN ' S EDUCATION CLUB; CERCLE FRANCAIS; CRAFTS- MEN ' S CLUB. EVELYX LOU PFAEHLER DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA xi DELTA; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. FREDERICK FRAXCIS PFEIFFER CORNING, NE V YORK DENTISTRY DELTA SIGMA DELTA; SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEE. ALICE LYDIA PFEIL BAD AXE, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA PHI; CLASS BASEBALL (1). ADA COWLES PHELPS GREENVILLE, MICHIGAN- DUDLEY MAYXARD PHELPS MANTON, MICHIGAN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PI KAPPA ALPHA; PRESIDENT (4). FREDERICK MARTIX PHELPS, Jr. NEWARK, NEW YORK BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DELTA PHI; MICHIGAMUA; PI DELTA EPSILON; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CLUB; MIC HIGANENSIAN (2-4); STUDENTS ' DIRECTORY (2-4); OPTIC (1); CHAIRMAN, CLASS SOCIAL COMMITTEE (4); GLEE CLUB STAFF (2). BEATRICE EVELYN PHILLIPS NILES, MICHIGAN WILLIAM L. PHILLIPS ELYRIA, OHIO GAMMA SIGMA. ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES VERXE CECIL PIAZZA DETROIT, MICHIGAN EDUCATION PAUL BRADLEY HEXRY PIKE ANK ARBOR, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY DELTA SIGMA DELTA; ALPHA EPSILON MU; PHI SIGMA; DENTAL SOCIETY; VARSITY BAND (2, 3). ARTS AND SCIENCES CORIEXXE FR AXCES PITCHER SISTER LAKES, MICHIGAN- EDUCATIONAL CLUB . EDUCATION 113 FREDERIC LYLE PITNER LAPORTE, INDIANA PHI GAMMA DELTA. ARTS AND SCIENCES FLORENCE WINIFRED PITTELCO JACKSON, MICHIGAN ARTS AN U SCIENCES GAMMA PHI BETA; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. LEONEL CORY PITTS PAINTED POST, NEW YORK ENGINEERING DELTA PHI; SOCIAL COMMITTEE (3); SECRETARY ENGINEERING SOCIETY (3); PRESIDENT AMERICAN SOCIETY MECHANICAL ENGINEERS (4). JOHN BAPTIST PLASTINO SPOKANE, WASHINGTON ARTS AND SCIENCES HARRY H. PLATT DETROIT, MICHIGAN LAW PHI BETA DELTA; MICHIGAN DAILY (1); LIFE MEM- BERSHIP COMMITTEE (1); CLASS DAY COMMITTEE; PLAYERS ' CLUB (1). KENNETH HAMMOND PLATT BAY CITY, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY PSI OMEGA; DENTAL SOCIETY. JOHANNES DINK PLEKKER GRAND RAPIDS ; MICHIGAN ENGINEERING ALPHA CHI SIGMA. LLOYD WELCH POGUE GRANT, IOWA LAWYERS ' CLUB. CALVIN ELDER POLLINS GREENSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES GARGOYLE, EDITORIAL STAFF (2, 3), ASSISTANT EDITOR (4). JOHN WILLIAM POLLINS GREENSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA DONALD ALEXANDER POLLOCK YALE, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CHI PHI; ASSISTANT BASKETBALL MANAGER (2) MARGARET ALICE POLLOCK. GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB; CHORAL UNION; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. LEOKADYA ERES POPOWSKA DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALICE LOUISE PORTER DETROIT, MICHIGAN Y.W.C.A. CABINET. ARTS AND SCIENCES 114 r l FRANCIS D. POST GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AXD SCIENCES NURSING REPRESENTATIVE OF HONOR COUNCIL (1); REPRE- SENTATIVE OF STUDENT COUNCIL (2). THELMA ELAINE POTTER FLINT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA. HELEN MAXINE POUND INDIANA. PENNSYLVANIA EDUCATION ALPHA xi DELTA; GLEE CLUB; CHORAL UNION. LEONARD DANA POWERS HARBOR SPRINGS. MICHIGAN- PHARMACY RHO CHI; PHI LAMBDA UPSILON ; VICE-PRESIDENT, SENIOR CLASS. RAYMOND SOUTHERLAND POWERS YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO LAW- ALPHA TAU OMEGA; PHI ALPHA DELTA; SENIOR SOCIAL COMMITTEE (3); PRESIDENT, YOUNGSTOWN- XIICHIGAN CLUB (1). DRUSILLA MARGARETTE PRATT NEW ROCHELLE, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA GAMMA DELTA. YMAN GEORGE PRATT FREDONIA, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES GEORGE WILLIAM PREUSER LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY ALPHA TAU OMEGA. JOSEPH THOMAS PRICE CHICAGO, ILLINOIS DELTA TAU DELTA. ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES FLORENCE LOUISE PROBST DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MASQUES (3, 4) ; CHIMES (2, 3) ; PUBLICITY MANAGER WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (3); BASEBALL (2); GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB (3, 4); FRESHMAN GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB; CHORAL UNION (3); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. THOMAS MARION PRYOR DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA DELTA PHI. DOROTHY PHYLLIS PUDRITH DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES BETSY BARBOUR DORMITORY; MASQUES; COMEDY CLUB; CHAIRMAN WOMEN ' S LEAGUE POINT SYSTEM COMMITTEE (3); JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY. CLAYTON CALVIN PURDY DETROIT, MICHIGAN LAW GAMMA ETA GAMMA; BARRISTERS; ALPHA DELTA SIGMA; J-HOP COMMITTEE; BUSINESS MANAGER MICHIGAN SUMMER DAILY (4); PRESIDENT SENIOR LAW CLASS. EYANGELINE RUTH PURSELL CARO, MICHIGAN EDUCATION GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB (3, 4); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; CHORAL UNION. 115 1. ' f . MARCIA LOUISE PUTNAM DETROIT, MICHIGAN COLLEGIATE SOROSIS. GEORGE QUA, Jr. ' ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN XI PSI PHI; GLEE CLUB (2). ARTS AND SCIENCES DENTISTRY SIDNEY MILTON QUIGLEY GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES JAMES JOHN QUINN ESCANABA, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MARGARET MARIE RACHOR ALBION, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI GAMMA MU; KAPPA PHI. ELSIE CORDELIA RALSTON DETROIT, MICHIGAN EDUCATION KAPPA PHI; CLASS TREASURER (3). EDGARDO RAMBELLI ARGENTINA, SOUTH AMERICA ENGINEERING ARTS AND SCIENCES HELEN SALMON RAMSAY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ALPHA CHI OMEGA; MORTARBOARD; THETA SIGMA; WOMEN ' S EDITOR MICHIGAN DAILY. JAMES KENNETH RAMSEY BUTLER, PENNSYLVANIA GLEE CLUB (1-4). ARTS AND SCIENCES DANIEL NEIL RANKIN SHELBY, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CHI PHI; FOOTBALL (3, 4); CRAFTSMEN CLUB. RUTH AILEEN RANKIN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CHI OMEGA; WYVERN; CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT (2); CORRESPONDING SECRETARY WOMEN ' S LEAGUE; CHAIRMAN ADVERTISING COMMITTEE JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY. JULIETTE LORRAINE RAPHAEL DETROIT, MICHIGAN OMER C. RATHMAN JAMESTOWN, NORTH DAKOTA PHI BETA PI. ARTS AND SCIENCES MEDICINE JOHN ADDISON REED CULVER, INDIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES SCABBARD AND BLADE (1-3); MICHIGAN DAILY (1). MARIE GLADYS REED CADILLAC, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA SIGMA (3, 4); PI LAMBDA THETA (3, 4); CERCLE FRANCAIS (3, 4); MICHIGAN DAILY (2-4); JVNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. GEORGE SCOTT REGISTER BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA LAW- ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA. DAVID NEIL REID REDFORD, MICHIGAN ' LAW TRICON; PHI ALPHA DELTA; ALPHA EPSILON MU; VARSITY GLEE CLUB (2-6), PRESIDENT (5, 6). FRANK A. REID, Jr. DETROIT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING PRESIDENT, AERONAUTICAL SOCIETY(4) ; PRESIDENT, ENGINEERING COUNCIL (4). WESLEY G RATTAN REID DETROIT, MICHIGAN MEDICINE PHI CHI; GALENS; ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA; CLASS PRESIDENT ' 26. ARTHUR HENRY REIMGNN IRON RIVER. MICHIGAN II PSI PHI. JOSEPH ARTHUR REINKE DETROIT. MICHIGAN- WEB AND FLANGE. DENTISTRY ENGINEERING MILES C. REINKE MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN ARTS AND SCIENCES BETA THETA PHI; CROSS-COUNTRY (2-4); TRACK TEAM (2-4); " M " CLUB; ATHLETIC CLASS COMMITTEE (2, 4). EDWIN DOANE RENTSCHLER ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- CRAFTSMEN CLUB. ARTS AND SCIENCES GEORGE HARLEY REYNOLDS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES IRVING EDWARD REYNOLDS LAURIUM, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA PHI EPSILON; HOCKEY (2. 3). CAPTAIN 4 NORMAN DIMMICK REYNOLDS BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ACACIA. EDYTHE MARIE RHINEVAULT SAGINAW, MICHIGAN EDUCATION THETA PHI ALPHA; MUMMERS (2-4); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; SENIOR GIRLS ' PLAY COMMITTEE. HAZEL MARIE RICH ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- DELTA DELTA DELTA. ARTS AND SCIENCES 117 INEZ W. RICHARDS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; PORTIA. DUDLEY CLAYTON RICHARDSON DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA CHI. GILBERT THOMAS RICKEY GREENSBURG, INDIANA ARCHITECTURE ALPHA RHO CHI; CLASS PRESIDENT (1); TREASURER (3); VICE-PRESIDENT (4) ; TREAS URE R ARCHITECTUR- AL SOCIETY (3). BERTHA RICHTER SPOKANE, WASHINGTON PAUL DOUGLAS RICKMAN KALAMA7.OO, MICHIGAN DELTA SIGMA PI. LINNA MADELINE ROACH DETROIT, MICHIGAN MARTHA COOK. ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES EDWARD REUBEN ROBBINS DETROIT, MICHIGAN MENOR H SOCIETY, PRESIDENT (2). MEDICINE LUCILE SOMERSET ROBBINS GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES JOHN ROBBOY CLEVELAND, OHIO MEDICINE WILLIAM GEORGE ROBERTROY MT. CLEMENS, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY HAROLD ALEXANDER ROBERTS YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING LOUISE ROBERTS DETROIT, MICHIGAN EDUCATION PI BETA PHI; MORTARBOARD; BASKETBALL (2-4); BASEBALL (3, 4); PRESIDENT PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASS (4); TREASURER, PAN-HELLENIC (3); SEC- RETARY PAN-HELLENIC (4); WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE BOARD (2-4), SECRETARY (2), POINT RECORDER (3, 4); CLASS SOCIAL COM- MITTEE (3). OREN LESTER ROBERTSON DETROIT, MICHIGAN DELTA CHI. DONALD S. ROBINS DETROIT, MICHIGAN MICHIGAN I ' NIOX OPERA (3). ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES 118 MARY MARGARET ROBINSON HOLLAND, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES WOMEN ' S EDUCATIONAL CLUB; CHORAL UNION (3, 4); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. R. FLOY ROBISON DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA PHI; WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (1, 2); Y.W.C.A.; WOMEN ' S LEAGUE, BOARD OF REPRE- SENTATIVES. BYRON ROCK WOOD SAGINAW, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING BASEBALL (1); LOCAL CLUB (1-4); VICE-PRESIDENT (3). JOHN WALTER RODY KOKOMO. INDIANA LAW HERBERT ROE, Jr. BUCHANAN, MICHIGAN RICHARD FREDERICK ROE DETROIT, MICHIGAN SIGMA DELTA KAPPA. ADOLPH CHARLES ROEHM NEW YORK, NEW YORK ALPHA CHI RHO. ARTS AND SCIENCES ENGINEERING MALCOLM B. ROGERS WATERVLIET, MICHIGAN S. PERRY ROGERS PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA JAMES ROBERT ROGIN WINDSOR, ONTARIO, CANADA PHI. DELTA EPSILON. WARD MILLER ROLLAND ALAMAGORDO, NEW MEXICO ARTS AND SCIENCES MEDICINE ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES E. ROMLE ROMINE PONTIAC, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY PSI OMEGA; VICE-PRESIDENT, UNION (4); CLASS SEC- RETARY (4). HARRY ADAM ROMMEL STURGIS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA; CRAFTSMEN (4); CHORAL UNION (1, 2). EUNICE YOUNGLOVE ROSE HAMMONDSPORT, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES COLLEGIATE SOROSISJ WYVERXJ PRESIDENT. MOR- TARBOARD; HOCKEY (1); JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVE, BOARD DIRECTORS, WOMEN ' S LEAGUE; COMEDY CLUB; BUSINESS MANAGER, JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. LEON THEODORE ROSENBERG DETROIT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING HERBERT LEWIS ROSENBLUM GLADSTONE, MICHIGAN PHI SIGMA DELTA. JOHN L. ROSENFELD DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARON ROSENZVVEIG DETROIT, MICHIGAN PHI DELTA EPSILON. LEONARD ROSENZWEIG DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MEDICINE MEDICINE ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES GABRIEL ROSIN CLEVELAND, OHIO PHI BETA DELTA; PRESCOTT CLUB; EDUCATIONAL CLUB; GARGOYLE (1-3); MICHIGAN DAILY (1); MICHIGAN UNION ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE; LIFE MEMBERSHIP DRIVE; CAPTAIN OF STUDENTS ' CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION DRIVE. CAMERON ALEXANDER ROSS BUFFALO, NEW YORK ENGINEERING LAMBDA CHI ALPHA; TRIANGLES; WEB AND FLANGE; CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT (2); ATHLETIC MANAGER (1); CLASS BASKETBALL (1-3). DONALD ALEX ROSS LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN DONALD MUNROE ROSS PORT HURON, MICHIGAN EDUCATION ARCHITECTURE GEORGE WILKINSON ROSS, Jr. EAST MOLINE, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES PSI UPSILON; MICHIGAMUA; SPHINX; BLUE KEY; MICHIGANENSIAN (2-4); GARGOYLE (2-4); VARSITY CHEER LEADER; STUDENT COUNCIL (3, 4). HELEN LOUISE ROSSER ROYAL OAK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SENIOR SOCIETY; GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB; COSMOPOLITAN- CLUB. HERSCHELL CHARLES ROTH NEWPORT, KENTUCKY VARSITY TRACK TEAM (3). ARTS AND SCIENCES WALTER MC KINLEV ROTH LOWELL, MICHIGAN ADELINE HARRIETTS ROUMM ENGINEERING FLINT, MICHIGAN BOARD OF REPRESENTATIVES, (1-3); GLEE CLUB (1). ARTS AND SCIENCES WOMEN ' S LEAGUE Jn 120 Xr H v J - ' -_y _ 1 Wm .. FRANCES CATHERINE ROVINSKY MENOMINEE, MICHIGAN EDUCATION JOHN PHILLIP ROXVE MISSOULA, MONTANA SIGMA CHI. NR1PENDRA NATH ROY BENGAL, INDIA MARGARET ROYCE GRAND RAPIDS. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ENGINEERING EDUCATION EDWARD A. RUBENSTEIN JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA DENTISTRY PHI BETA DELTA; CLASS TREASURER (3); CHAIRMAN- CLASS AUDITING COMMITTEE (4); PRESIDENT OF SOUTH AFRICAN CLUB. ARNO OTTO RUDOLPH IRON MOUNTAIN. MICHIGAN MILITARY BALL COMMITTEE (4). MRS. BEULAH NORTH RUDOLPH ENGINEERING ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES EDWARD A. RUDOLPH ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN EHRHARDT RUEDEMANN ALBANY. NEW YORK PHI CHI. ARTS AND SCIENCES MEDICINE MILFORD JAMES RUSH DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA ALPHA MUJ GARGOYLE (3, 4). ELSA RUYL BROOKLYN, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; MICHIGANENSIAN (2). GERALD MARTIN RYAN TOLEDO, OHIO LAW GAMMA ETA GAMMA. BEATRICE MARGUERITE SAGE MOUNT PLEASANT, MICHIGAN EDUCATION MARTHA COOK BUILDING; LE CERCLE FRANCAIS. ETHEL MARGARET SAGENDORPH JACKSON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA xi DELTA; MICHIGANENSIAN (2); GARGOYLE (4); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; COSMOPOLITAN CLUB. 121 PAUL NELSON SALTER THREE OAKS, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES WINIFRED ELIZABETH SAMPLE DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA OMICRON PI. WILLARD GIDEON SANDBERG EVANSTON, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES RALPH ANDREW SANDEEN OAK PARK, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SC1ENCLS WILMONT REID SAN FORD ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION SARKISS DER SARKISSIAN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN TOKIO SATO TOKYO, JAPAN- HELEN NEUBERRY. MEDICINE ARTS AND SCIENCES DORIS DEAN SATTLER CHARLOTTE, MICHIGAN IRMA LILLIAN SAl DER DETROIT, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES EVERETTE WRIGHT SAWYER DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA TAU UPSILON " ; GARGOYLE (2, 3); GLEE CLUB (2, 3); BAND (2); PLAYERS ' CLUB (1-4). FLORENCE CHRISTINE SCHALLER MADISON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES JOHN SCHANTZ DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI KAPPA PSI. RALPH HAROLD SCHEEL DETROIT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING PHI MU DELTA; AMERICAN INSTITUTE ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS. MARGARET ELEANOR SCHLAAK L ANSE, MICHIGAN DENTAL HYGIENE 122 FLORENCE E. SCHLEICHER AXX ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA PHI; FRESHMAN GIRLS GLEE CLUB. FRANK GUY SCHMIDT SAGINAW, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES HAROLD FREDERIC SCHMIDT DETROIT, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY ii PSI PHI; DENTAL SOCIETY; CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT ; JOHN VINCENT SCHMITT ADRIAN, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING ERIC 1LHELM SCHOENFELD ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN DENTISTRY WILLIAM JACOB SCHOONOYER POCAHONTAS, ARKANSAS DONALD PETER SCHRIER KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING PAUL GUY SCHRIER KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN MEDICINE GRETCHEN ELIZABETH SCHROEDER GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN- LA SOCIEDAD HISPAXICA. ARTS AND SCIENCES ERMA IRENE SCHULTZ BLISSFIELD, MICHIGAN EDUCATION SIGMA KAPPA; SECRETARY, PORTIA; CLASS SECRE- TARY (4); CHAIRMAN OF PUBLICITY COMMITTEE. LOUIS SCHULTZ CRYSTAL FALLS, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY PSI OMEGA; PHI SIGMA; DENTAL SOCIETY; SECRETARY OF FRESHMAN CLASS. WILLIAM E. SCHUMACHER PANDORA, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES FREDRICK JOHN SCHUMANN GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ADELPHi; ROUND TABLE CLUB. MAXWELL D. SCHUSTER DETROIT, MICHIGAN TAU DELTA PHI. 125 fs J gsf2} Cr y LOUIS ADRIAN SCHWARTZ CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OHIO MEDICINE PHI BETA DELTA; CLEVELAND CLUB; CHIMES; FRESHMAN TENNIS; UNION DRIVE; BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN 1924. CLEO JOSEPH SCHWEISS GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING SOCIETY. ENGINEERING DONALD FRANKLIN SCHWEITZER THREE RIVERS, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING WALTER SCOTT ELVRIA, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES WALTER LEONARD SCRATCH KINGSVILLE, ONTARIO ARTS AND SCIENCES RUSSELL ANAN SEARL MASON, MICHIGAN SIGMA NU. CARL GOTTFRED SEASWORD MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING THOMAS J. SEBURN TOLEDO, OHIO ENGINEERING PHI MU DELTA; AMERICAN SOCIETY CIVIL ENGINEERS. ARTS AND SCIENCES ANNE SEELEY CARO, MICHIGAN DELTA GAMMA; MORTARBOARD; WYVERN; BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF WOMEN ' S LEAGUE (3, 4). ELETA CHAMBERLAIN SEELEY PINE LAKE, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES BETSY BARBOUR DORMITORY; PLAYERS ' CLUB (2). ELTA SEIBERT DETROIT, MICHIGAN ZETA TAU ALPHA. ARCHIE LOUIS SEIFERLEIN DETROIT, MICHIGAN HARRY SELIGSOX DETROIT, MICHIGAN JOHN HENRY SELMAN DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MEDICINE ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCI.S 124 DOROTHY ADELE SEMPLE DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MILTON JOHN SERWER DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES OLIVE LUCINDA SETZLER FORT COLLINS, COLORADO ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA DELTA; COLORADO AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE (2-4). DALE SHAFER KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI ARTS AND SCIENCES LAMBDA CHI ALPHA; COMEDY CLUB (3, 4); PLAYERS CLUB (3, 4); WESTERNERS ' CLUB. MA1NABAI WASDEORAO SHAHANE POONA, INDIA ARTS AND SCIENCES PAUL JUSTIN SHANK TROTWOOD, OHIO PHI CHI. MEDICINE RODNEY VEEDER SHANKLAND ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI LAMBDA UPSILON (3, 4). HENRY JOSEPH SHANNON SAGINAW, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY PHI KAPPA; CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT (3). MC KENZIE SHANNON CHICAGO, ILLINOIS KAPPA SIGMA. HAROLD BAILEY SHARP DETROIT, MICHIGAN PSI OMEGA. ARTS AND SCIENCES DENTISTRY WILLIAM WILSON SHARPE DECATUR, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES JOSEPH WILLIAM SHAW SPOKANE, WASHINGTON PSI UPSILON; NU SIGMA NU. MEDICINE BERENICE HAZIL SHEPPARD OWOSSO, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES LEA M. SHERMAN BLISSFIELD, MICHIGAN DELTA ZETA. ARTS AND SCIENCES 125 PHILIP TODD SHERMAN DEFIANCE, OHIO PHI KAPPA TAU. ARCHITECTURE KATHRYN IRENE SHIELDS DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MARJORIE GERTRUDE S HIELDS DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE. RUTH ISABELLE SHIELDS IRON MOUNTAIN, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES WINIFRED BLANCHE SHIMP WASHINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA KAPPA; PAN-HELLENIC BALL COMMITTEE; PENNSYLVANIA CLUB. WALTER CLEVELAND SHIPLEY ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI ARTS AND SCIENCES GARGOYLE; ALPHA EPSILON MU; KAPPA KAPPA PSI; BAND; SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. HIDE SHOHARA TOKYO, JAPAN ARTS AND SCIENCES IRVING SHULAK. DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES HERMAN WILLIAM SHUMSKY PLAINFIELD, NEW JERSEY ARTS AND SCIENCES TAU EPSILON PHI. SAMUEL JOSEPH SHURE CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI SIGMA DELTA; VARSITY BAND (1-4). EDWARD HAHN SICHLER DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES VERNE HUMPHREY SIDNAM KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN ARCHITECTURE ALPHA RHO CHI; TAU SIGMA DELTA. BERNICE JANET SIEGEL EUELETH, MINNESOTA ALPHA EPSILON PHI. ARTS AND SCIENCES ELEANOR DOROTHY SILK DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MARTHA COOK DORMITORY; ATHENA. 126 FELIX FLUEGEL SILVER DETROIT, MICHIGAN- HAROLD MORTON SILYERSTON DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AX D SCIENCES CLARK RANDOLPH SIMMONS EAST AURORA. NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA SIGMA PI; MIC HIGANENSI AN (2); LA SOCIEDAD HISPAXICA. DAVID BERNARD SIMON SPRINGVILLE, NEW YORK SIGMA ALPHA MU. ARTS AND SCIENCES MARSHALL KOXOPAK SKADDEN TOLEDO, OHIO ENGINEERING ALPHA CHI SIGMA. FLOYD HOWARD SKINNER GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN LAW- OMEGA PSI PHI; FRESHMAN BASEBALL; UNIVERSITY ORATORICAL CONTEST (3). ISIDOR JOSEPH SKLO ER DETROIT, MICHIGAN- PHI LAMBDA KAPPA. MEDICINE STANLEY HARRY SKRENTNY INDIANA HARBOR, INDIANA MEDICINE ILLARD E. SLATER NUNICA, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DONALD GRAY SLAW SON AXX ARBOR, MICHIGAN LAW SIGMA PHI EPSILOX; PHI DELTA PHI; MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW. ISABELLE GRAHM SLAWSON FLINT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA ZETA; CHORAL UNION (3); FRESHMAN GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB; GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB (2, 3) ; PAN-HELLENIC BALL COMMITTEE (4). DORIS L. SLINGLUFF ELWELL, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PORTIA; LE CERCLE FRANCAIS; FRESHMAN GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY COMMITTEE; CHAIRMAN ADVISORY COMMITTEE (4); ADVISORY FINANCE COMMITTEE (3). ROBERT D. SLOWINSKI DETROIT, MICHIGAN- TENNIS SQUAD (2). KENNETH G. SMILES PmSTOX, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI GAMMA DELTA; DRUIDS; SPHINX; PI DELTA EPSILON; ALPHA DELTA SIGMA; CHIMES (2, 3), BUSINESS MANAGER (4). - - 127 WTp%X ' ' I? - " ' A ALBERT E. SMITH DETROIT, MICHIGAN SIGMA NU. ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTHUR MUMFORD SMITH LANSING, MICHIGAN LAW GAMMA ETA GAMMA; ALPHA EPSILON MU; CHIMES (1, 2)j LAW, VICE-PRESIDENT OF MICHIGAN UNION (5); CHAIRMAN CLASS-DAY COMMITTEE (6); VARSITY BAND (2-4), PRESIDENT (5), MANAGER; R.O.O.C. HONORARY BAND SOCIETY. BERNICE MIRIAM SMITH TOLEDO, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI SIGMA SIGMA; PORTIA (2-4); MASQUES (2); SOCIOLOGY CLUB (3, 4), TREASURER (4) J PAN- HELLENIC BALL COMMITTEE (3). ELEANOR BLANCHE SMITH MARINE CITY, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ELIZABETH B. SMITH HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CHI OMEGA; LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA (3); LE CERCLE FRANCAIS (4); JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY. ELIZABETH CANDACIA SMITH NEW YORK, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES COLLEGIATE SOROSIS; JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY. GEORGE WILLIAM G. SMITH COURTLAND, CALIFORNIA ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA CHI. HARRY LAWRENCE SMITH DETROIT, MICHIGAN EDUCATION ' ISABELLE SMITH PORT HURON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; EDUCATION CLUB; KAPPA PHI; JUNIOR ADVISOR. KENNETH SARTWELL SMITH HAMBURY, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA ALPHA EPSILON ; SCALP AND BLADE. EDUCATION ARTS AND SCIENCES MARGARET JANE SMITH SAULT STE. MARIE, MICHIGAN MILLARD THORN SMITH DETROIT, MICHIGAN NED HALE SMITH DETROIT, MICHIGAN NORMAN DWIGHT SMITH BUFFALO, NEW YORK DENTISTRY LAMBDA PI (HOBART COLLEGE); SCALP AND BLADE. ftff 128 fea r- RAY WOLCOTT SMITH ELMORE, OHIO ENGINEERING DELTA SIGMA PHI; VULCANS; WEB AND FLANGE; TRACK NUMERALS (1); VARSITY (2-4). STERLING LAURENCE SMITH DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA TAU OMEGA; VARSITY BAND (2-4); INTER- FRATERNITY COUNCIL (4), TREASURER (4). DAVID RAYMOND SMOCK CHICAGO, ILLINOIS HELEN ALICE SNOOK HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN CHORAL UNION (3). ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES HAZEL GERTRUDE SNOVER BAY CITY, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DOROTHY FLAFILLE SNOW KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA PHI; LE CERCLE FRANCAIS; PLAYERS ' CLUB; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. ELINOR TEMPLE SNOW KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CARROL JENNINGS SXYDER SOUTH WHITLEY, INDIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES PHILLIP BRAGG SNYDER GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI KAPPA SIGMA; INTRAMURAL DEPARTMENT (1-4), MANAGER (4). CLARENCE BROWER SOMMERS DETROIT, MICHIGAN PSI OMEGA; ROUXD-UP CLUB. DENTISTRY RUTH ANN SORGE DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA PHI; MICHIGAN DAILY. ROBERT HAROLD SOULE PLAIN WELL, MICHIGAN QUARTERDECK. JUNE SOUTHWORTH LANSING, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING ARTS AND SCIENCES VIRGINIA ELIZABETH SPAIN- DETROIT, MICHIGAN- EDUCATION KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; VICE-PRESIDENT SENIOR EDUCATION CLASS (4). 129 HAZEL ETHEL SPEDDING ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN KAPPA PHI. GENEVIEVE M. SPEERS WILLIAMSTON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA; LE CERCLE FRANCAIS; GLEE CLUB. LAURA WELLS SPENCE JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK DENTAL HYGIENE PRESIDENT DENTAL HYGIENE CLASS (4). CHARLES DEE SPENCER GLENCOE, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA SIGMA PI; FRESHMAN AND RESERVE FOOTBALL (1, 2); SWIMMING POOL COMMITTEE (3); CHAIRMAN- PUBLICITY COMMITTEE (4); CLASS TREASURER (4). PAUL REXFORD SPENCER FREDONIA, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES WILBUR DALE SPIDEL GREENVILLE, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES ACACIA; PLAYERS ' CLUB; ORATORICAL BOARD (3); ALPHA NU. CARL ROYAL SPRINKLE EATON RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA TAU OMEGA (ALBION COLLEGE); SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (3); VARSITY BAND (4). HAROLD RANDOLPH STADFIELD PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES BETA THETA PI. NEIL STAEBLER ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA CHi; PI DELTA EPSILON; MICHIGAN CHIMES; GLEE CLUB. RAYMOND FREDERICK STAEBLER ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN DENTAL SOCIETY. DENTISTRY ELIZABETH STAFFORD YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES HELEN NATALIE STAIR MONROE, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA DELTA DELTA; JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY. GEORGE BURNHAM STANFORD MIDLAND, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY PSI OMEGA; VARSITY BAND (4); MICHIGAN UNION OPERA ORCHESTRA (4). NORMAN TRENARY STARK ALLEGAN, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA KAPPA NU; FRESHMAN FOOTBALL (1); RE- SERVES (3); CLASS BAND (1, 2). LUNETTE MARY STARR WILL1AMSTON, MICHIGAN KAPPA DELTA. ARTS AND SCIENCES MARGARET NOLT STAUFFER SILVER SPRING, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION; ARCHERY TEAM (3); PLAYERS ' CLUB (3, 4); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. ELENORE LORIXG STEELE HARRISBVRG. PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES DWIGHT MOODY STEERE ST. JOHNS, MI CHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI MU ALPHA; VARSITY GLEE CLUB (3, 4). MAX EDWARD STEIN DETROIT, MICHIGAN LAW- DOCKET CLUB. MORRIS V. STEIN WYANDOTTE. MICHIGAN- CARL STEIN DLER MUSKEGON. MICHIGAN TAU DELTA PHI. ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES LOUIS JOHN STEMPFLY FLINT, MICHIGAN LAW- LAWYERS ' CLUB. EDWARD ALEXANDER STEPHEN PORT HURON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ADELPHI HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, CLERK (3), TREASURER (4). ARTS AND SCIENCES FRANCES ELAINE STEVELY LONDON, ONTARIO CHI OMEGA; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. CHARLES ARTHUR STEVENS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES EDITOR FRESHMAN HANDBOOK (3); MICHIGAN DAILY (2, 3); STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION CABINET ' . 4 ; CHAIRMAN FRESH AIR CAMP TAG DAY (2). FREDERIC JONES STEVENS BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA VPSILON; BLUE KEY; GARGOYLE (1); CLASS COMMITTEE (4); ASSISTANT MANAGER BASEBALL (3). AURORA VIOLA STEWART EAST JORDAN, MICHIGAN EDUCATION LESLIE MORRIS STEWART NEW YORK, NEW YORK ENGINEERING ZETA PS I. 131 ORLANDO WILTON STEWART DETROIT, MICHIGAN OMEGA PSI PHI. EDWARD THOMAS STIBICH JOHNSTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA GAMMA ETA GAMMA; BARRISTERS. MERRITT LOUD STILES DENVER, COLORADO ENGINEERING MARCUS JACKSON STITH NEW YORK, NEW YORK KAPPA SIGMA; ACOLYTES; TERNITY COUNCIL. ARTS AND SCIENCES PRESIDENT INTERFRA- LAWRENCE DAYTON ST. JOHN HIGHLAND, MICHIGAN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION NEVA H. STONEBURNER COLUMBUS, OHIO DENTAL HYGIENE THOMAS CURR STRACHAN, Jr. COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO LAW PHI DELTA THETA; PHI DELTA PHI; BARRISTERS; MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW. WILLIAM JOSEPH STRASSER BUFFALO, NEW YORK ENGINEERING AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS (3, 4). ROBERT CARL STRAUB TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA Pi; GARGOYLE (1, 2), CIRCULATION MANAGER (3); STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION CABINET (2, 3); CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (2), SECRETARY (3). HELEN EDITH STRAUS CLEVELAND, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA EPSILON PHI; CLASS HOCKEY (1, 2, 4); CLASS BASKETBALL (1-3); CLASS BASEBALL (2, 3); CHORAL UNION (4); WOMEN ' S LEAGUE MEMBERSHIP DRIVE (2). ELIZABETH STRAUSS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES COLLEGIATE SOROSIS; SIGMA DELTA PHIJ WYVERNJ COMEDY CLUB, SECRETARY; MASQUES, PRESIDENT; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY COMMITTEE. ETHEL BERNADINE STRAUSS DENVER, COLORADO ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI SIGMA SIGMA; SOCIOLOGY CLUB (4); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY COMMITTEE. MARGARET LOUISE STRAUSS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA ALPHA IOTA. RUTH KATHRYN STRICKLAND OAK HARBOR, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; EDUCATIONAL CLUB; SO- CIOLOGY CLUB; PAN-HELLENIC BALL COMMITTEE (3); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY COMMITTEE. .vs - ' , i 132 NORMAN HALL STRONG DETROIT, MICHIGAN- ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA. DENTISTRY FREDERIC ERNEST STURMER PORT HUROX, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES BETA T BETA Pi; M1CHIGAMVA; PHI DELTA EPSILON; BLVE KEY; GARGOYLE (1-4); MICHIGAN- UNION OPERA (3); ASSISTANT MINOR SPORTS MANAGER (3). AMBALAYATTATH KOTTAI SUKUMAR MALABAR, INDIA ENGINEERING MARGARET MASALES SUMNER PELLSTON. MICHIGAN LE CERCLE FRASCAIS. EDUCATION- JULIA ELIZABETH SUPERNAL " EAST JORDAN. MICHIGAN ' ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA GAMMA DELTA. JAMES MILTON SURBROOK JACKSON " . MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA SIGMA PHI; GARGOYLE (2). INGHAM EMILY SUTLEY TONAWANDA. NEW YORK EDUCATION- WESTMINSTER HALL; CHORAL UNION; GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB; GLEE CLUB QUARTET. ROBERT RICE SWAIN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN TAU BETA PI. MARCIA RUTH SWAYZE HOLLY, MICHIGAN- ENGINEERING EDUCATION JOSEPH ANTHONY SWEENEY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES LAURA JEAN SWINTON CHARLEVOIX. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA ii DELTA; CHORAL UNION (1-5); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. GEORGE RUSH SVVINTZ SOUTH BEND. INDIANA DENTISTRY PSI OMEGA; CLASS PRESIDENT (1). CARROLL RICHARD TABER MULLIKEN. MICHIGAN- RUTH L. TALLMAN TOLEDO, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA xi DELTA; SECRETARY (4); JUNIOR GIRLS ' 135 CLARENCE STRANAHAN TAPPAX GARY, INDIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES TAU KAPPA EPSILON; VARSITY BAND (1-4); MICHI- GAN UNION OPERA ORCHESTRA (2); UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY (1); ADELPHI (2, 3). CLARICE TAPSON DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ADELPHI HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES; DAILY (3, 4). CLIFFORD BENJAMIN TAYLOR ANDREWS, INDIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES DONNALD MINSHALL TAYLOR DAVENPORT, IOWA ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA TAU OMEGA; STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA- TION CABINET. RALPH HENRY TAYLOR SAGINAW, MICHIGAN " ENGINEERING PHI KAPPA TAU; WEB AND FLANGE. CHARLES PAUL TEEPLE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING LE CERCI.E FRANCAISJ UNIVERSITY RIFLE CLUB. JORGE SARZOLA TELLEZ LIMA, PERU ENGINEERING AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS. ALEXANDER TEPPERT DETROIT, MICHIGAN FLETCHER HALL. A RT AND SCIENCES NORMAN ROY THAL TOLEDO, OHIO LAW PHI SIGMA DELTA; DAILY (1-4), NIGHT EDITOR (3), EDITOR (4); SUMMER DAILY, MANAGING EDITOR (3). ELEANORE G. THEWS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- PHI GAMMA MU. BEN DAVIESTHIRLBY DETROIT, MICHIGAN- DELTA CHI. ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES FREDERICK WILHELM THOMAS FRESNO, OHIO MEDICINE ALPHA KAPPA KAPPAJ GALENSJ CLASS TREASURER (1); STUDENT COUNCIL (3), CHAIRMAN (4). LLOYD RUSSELL THOMAS MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN- TS AND SCIENCES WILLARD ROBERT THOMAS XANTICOKE. PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES 134 fe ! P- ESTEN JOSEPHINE THOMPSON HOLLIDAYS COVE. WEST VIRGINIA ARTS AND SCIENCES FLOYD LA VERNE THOMPSON SALEM. MICHIGAN AERO SOCIETY. ENGINEERING GEORGE DONALD CARLYLE THOMPSON DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AXD SCIENCES PHI BETA PI. MARION DOROTHY THOMPSON FLINT. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MARION THOMSON DETROIT, MICHIGAN EDUCATION CHORAL UNION. (4). SMITH JEROME THORINGTON GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN MEDICINE ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA. ELANAH FRANCIS LOLGHIN THl EMMEL PORT AUSTIN, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES WOMEN ' S EDUCATIONAL CLUB: COSMOPOLITAN CLUB. THOMAS DAINES THLRBER BIRMINGHAM. MICHIGAN ENGINEERING AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS. ESTHER OPHELIA TIBBS ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA SIGMA THETA; COSMOPOLITAN CLUB. SIDNEY STEVENS TIESENGA HOLLAND, MICHIGAN DENTAL SOCIETY. DENTISTRY SIDNEY RILEY TILLINGHASH DETROIT, MICHIGAN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION JOHN BART TINETTE LAURIUM. MICHIGAN ENGINEERING TAU BETA Pi; AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS. EVERETT DOUGLASS TOBIN CALUMET, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES LE CERCLE FRANCAIS; CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. EVA MAE TOMLINSON HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN- AND SCIENCES ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; EDUCATIONAL CLUB; JUNIOR GIRLS " PLAY; JUNIOR ADVISOR. 135 CATHERINE ELIZABETH TOMPKINS TORONTO, ONTARIO ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA ALPHA THETA; WYVERN; FRESHMAN SPREAD (2); CHAIRMAN WOMAN ' S LEAGUE SOCIAL COMMIT- TEE (3); PAX-HELLENIC BALL (4). VICTORIA EUPHEMIA TONDIOWSKI BUFFALO, NEW YORK DENTAL HYGIENE DAVID FRANK TOOT GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING TAU BETA Pi; AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGI- NEERS. ELIZABETH TORONGO BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN DELTA ZETA. RUSSELL BARRY TOWNSEND EVERETT, WASHINGTON ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA. ARTS AND SCIENCES MEDICINE MARGARET LORETTO TRACY OMAHA, NEBRASKA ARTS AND SCIENCES NOBEL DANIEL TRAVIS KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN LAW BETA THETA Pi; PHI ALPHA DELTA; SVMMER DAILY (1-3); CHAIRMAN CREASE DAN CE. CARL W. TREMPF TOLEDO, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA PHI EPSILON; CAPTAIN UNION LIU: MEMBER- SHIP DRIVE (2, 3); MIMES, OPERA (1-4); ASSISTANT BAND MANAGER (3). CHARLES RAY TRICKEY HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES RICHARD EDWARD TRIPPLEHORN HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING SECRETARY AERONAUTICAL SOCIETY. THEODORE LOUIS TROST ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- ESTHER LOUISE TROUT DETROIT, MICHIGAN- DELTA GAMMA. ALICE MARGARET TRUE PORT CLINTON, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES MARJORIE ELIZABETH TUBBS SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA ARTS AND SCIENCES 136 HOWARD ANDERSON TURNER DETROIT. MICHIGAN ENGINEERING TRIGOX; MIMES; TRIANGLES; MICHIGANENSIAN- EDI- TORIAL STAFF (1-3); FOOTBALL (1); TRACK (1); MICHIGAN UNION; CHAIRMAN ATHLETIC RECEPTION- COMMITTEE (2), RECEPTION COMMITTEE (3), CHAIR- MAN O PERA ORCHESTRA (3), STAGE MANAGER OPERA (4). SAMUEL ARTHUR TWERSKY DETROIT, MICHIGAN- DOROTHY LUCILE TYLER LANSING, MICHIGAN- MEDICINE ARTS AND SCIENCES HELEN NEWBERRV DORMITORY; STYLUS; PHI BETA KAPPA; INLANDER EDITORIAL STAFF (3, 4); ATHENA (1,2). ARTHUR LOUIS UNGERLEIDER DETROIT, MICHIGAN- CLARENCE URE SAGINAW, MICHIGAN- CHARLES KEITH UREN CRYSTAL FALLS. MICHIGAN FRANK C. YALYO FORESTVILLE, NEW YORK ALPHA PHI DELTA. ARTS AND SCIENCES ENGINEERING ARTS AND SCIENCES MEDICINE IONE ELIZABETH VAN BUREN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- ALPHA GAMMA DELTA. ARTS AND SCIENCES JOHN ADRIAN VAN COEVERING GRAND HAVEN, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES JANET VAN DEN BERG NEW PALTZ, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES GAMMA PHI BETA; MUMMERS; MICHIGANENSIAN (3, 4); FRESHMAN GIRLS GLEE CLUB; GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB. VICE-PRESIDENT (3); JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY COMMITTEE; CHAIRMAN DECORATIONS WOMEN ' S LEAGUE BAZAAR. MAIZE ALICE VANDERBECK DIMONDALE, MICHIGAN- EDUCATION ARCHITECTURE LESLIE VAN DOREN CASPER, WYOMING SIGMA Pi; MICHIGAN TECHNICJ ROUND-UP CLUB; WESTERNERS ' CLUB. GORDON FLOYD VAN EENAM ZEELAND, MICHIGAN- DELTA THETA PHI. RALPH VAN HOESEN ST. JOHNS, MICHIGAN- PRESIDENT MEN ' S EDUCATIONAL CLUB. EDUCATION mA tf c x -a J 137 HARLAX SUMMERS VAN MORN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN PHARMACY ROUND-UP CLUB; PHI DELTA CHI; PRESCOTT CLUB; INTERCLASS BASEBALL (1); INTERCLASS BASKET- BALL. EUGENIA JEANETTE VAN K.AMMEN GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES WOMEN ' S LEAGUE ORCHESTRA; LA SOCIEDAD HIS- PANICA. MARIE THERESE VAN OSENBRUGGEN LONDON, ENGLAND ARTS AND SCIENCES SENIOR SOCIETY PRESIDENT; INLANDER; WOMEN ' S LEAGUE BOARD OF DIRECTORS (1); ATHENA (2); BLACK QUILL (2); WORLD FELLOWSHIP COMMITTEE; COSMOPOLITAN CLUB; JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY. ANDREW A. VAN SOLKEMA BYRON CENTER, MICHIGAN MEDICINE ELIZABETH M. VAN VALKENBURGH NORTHVILLE, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA KAPPA; WYVERN (3); PORTIA (1-4); DELTA SIGMA RHO (2-4); CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT (4); SIGMA DELTA PHI (3, 4); VARSITY DEBATE (2-4); ORA- TORICAL BOARD SECRETARY (3). ORVILLE V. VAUGHAN REDFORD, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI KAPPA PSI. EDWIN HENRY VEDDER MILAN, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING AMERICAN INSTITUTE ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS (3, 4); CHORAL UNION (2). JOHN WILLIAM VF.R DU1N GRAND HAVEN, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI CHI; HONOR COUNCIL OF MEDICAL SCHOOL. ELMON LOUIS VERNIER BUTLER, INDIANA EDUCATION PHI EPSILON KAPPA; MEN ' S PHYSICAL EDUCATION " CLUB. MARGUERITE JOSEPHINE VESTAL DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES STYLUS; PI LAMBDA THETA; BLACK QUILL. MARY RUTH VIAL ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN DELTA ZETA. ARTS AND SCIENCES VICTOR MANUEL VILLASENOR MEXICO CITY, MEXICO DELTA THETA PHI; EXECUTIVE COUNCIL LAWYERS ' CLUB. JOHN VITOL BUFFALO, NEW YORK LAW OF THE ENGINEERING NEW YORK STATE CLUB (1, 2); AERONAUTICAL SOCIETY (3, 4), VICE-PRESIDENT (3); MICHIGANEN- SIAN (3, 4). EMU. VOELKER DETROIT, MICHIGAN THETA CHI; TRACK. ARTS AND SCIENCES 138 A m J22 ia w HYMEN ALLEN YOGEL DETROIT, MICHIGAN- HUGH ALLEN VORE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN MEDICINE MEDICINE HKNRIETTE LINDA VOORHEIS PONTIAC, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES COLLEGIATE SOROSIS; HOCKEY (3, 4); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAT. STANLEY JAMES VOORHEIS ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES LEON GEORGE YOSBURG OWOSSO, MICHIGAN DELTA TAU UPSILON. ARTS AND SCIENCES GARDINER CHANDLER YOSE LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA ARCHITECTURE THETA KAPPA Ml " . JAMES PUTNAM YOSE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING ALPHA CHI RHO; VULCAN ' S; WEB AND FLANGE; VARSITY TENNIS TEAM (2-4); CLASS ATHLETIC MANAGER (2-4). CHARLES STANLEY WAGGONER ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN PHARMACY PHI DELTA CHI; ROUND-UP CLUB; PRESCOTT CLUB; CLASS PRESIDENT (1, 3, 4); INTERCLASS BASEBALL (1); INTERCLASS BASKETBALL (1). MAX JOSEPH WAINGER DETROIT, MICHIGAN- MEDICINE BERNARD WAINSTEIN JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA DENTISTRY SIGMA CLUB; SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENTS ' CLUB; COSMOPOLITAN CLUB. DOROTHY FREEMAN WALDO RIVERSIDE, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA DELTA; GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; FRESHMAN SPREAD COMMITTEE. VICTOR ELLIS WALKER ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES HERBERT CHARLES WALLACE SAGINAW, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA SIGMA. MARY JUANITA WALLACE HART, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SC1ENCF.S THETA PHI ALPHA; SIGMA ALPHA IOTA. 139 ARTS AND SCIENCES MORTARBOARD (4); VERA JANICE WALLIXGTOX YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN ALPHA PHI; WYVERN (3); MICHIGANENSIAN STAFF (2); WOMEN ' S BUSINESS MANAGER (3, 4); GLEE CLUB (2), LIBRARIAN (3), VICE-PRESIDENT (4); JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY COMMIT- TEE (3); CHORAL UNION (2, 3); CLASS COMMITTEE (4); WOMEN ' S LEAGUE UNDERGRADUATE SECRE- TARY (4). VERA MAE VVALLIS CARO, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES LYLE A. WALSH GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING PHI SIGMA KAPPA; TAU BETA PI; TRACK (1, 2). MARY ELIZABETH WALTER DETROIT, MICHIGAN EDUCATION FRED RALPH WALTER DETROIT, MICHIGAN LAW PHI SIGMA KAPPA. HARLAND GUY WALTERS CLARKSTON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA KAPPA EPSILONJ DRUIDS; BASEBALL (3, 4). WILLIAM J. WALTHOUR, Jr. SCOTTDALE, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA CHI; MICHIGAN DAILY (1-4); TELEGRAPH EDITOR (3, 4); CLASS INVITATION COMMITTEE (4); GLEE CLUB (1). ELMA MARGARET VALZ ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN PI BETA PHI. ARTS AND SCIENCES MARGARET LUCIA WALZ CLEVELAND, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA ZETA; MICHIGANENSIAN (3); FRESHMAN GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB; LEAGUE BOARD OF REPRE- SENTATIVES (4); Y.W.C.A. SOCIAL SERVICE. LEL1A MAUD WARD HARBOR SPRINGS, MICHIGAN RAY FREDRICK WARD PONTIAC, MICHIGAN VARSITY BAND (2-4). ARCHIE DEAX WARING TECUMSEH, MICHIGAN KATHERIXE LEE WARXER PELLSTON, MICHIGAN DONALD GATES WARR1.N ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN DELTA ALPHA EPSILONJ CLASS MICHIGAN UNION OPERA (2). ARTS AND SCIENCES ARCHITECTURE ARTS AND SCIENCES EDUCATION ARCHITECTURE TREASURER (2); 140 ANTHONV VINCENT WASHKEWICH NEWARK, NEW JERSEY THORNTON EDWARD WATERFALL DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI KAPPA PSI. SABINA WATERFIELD FORT WAVXE, INDIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES MERWIN HOWE WATERMAN JACKSON, MICHIGAN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DELTA TAU UPSILON; PHI BETA KAPPA; BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CLUB PRESIDENT (5). BENJAMIN FRANKLAND WATSON ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- LAW MARJORIE JANE WATSON LAURIUM, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES GAVLORD ARTHUR WATTS OWOSSO, MICHIGAN ARCHITECTURE ALPHA RHO CHI; CLASS TREASURER (1). MAURIXE RUTH WATTS JACKSON, MICHIGAN ALPHA CHI OMEGA. GILBERT WAY TOLEDO, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES ENGINEERING ROBERT EMMET WEADOCK SAGINAW, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PSI UPSILON; DRUIDS; SAGINAW CLUB; MINOR SPORTS MANAGER (4). FRANK PARKS WEAVER GREENSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES BETA THETA PI; DRUIDS; SPHINX; BLUE KEY (3, 4); DELTA SIGMA RHO; ASSISTANT BASKETBALL MANAGER (3); BASKETBALL MANAGER (4); BOARD DIRECTORS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (4); MANAGER ' S CLUB; CAP AND cows COMMITTEE (4); VARSITY DEBATING TEAM (3); VICE-PRESIDENT ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION (4); UPPER CLASS ADVISORY COM- MITTEE (2). HARMOND WEBB GREGORY, MICHIGAN- ALPHA TAC OMEGA. ROLAND ROBERT WEBB LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA HERMAN WEGNER ALPENA, MICHIGAN- CRAFTSMEN CLUB. DENTISTRY ENGINEERING ENGINEERING 141 JOHN LLOYD WEILER ROMEO, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA PHI EPSILON; RESERVE FOOTBALL (2). ARTS AND SCIENCES JOSEPHINE MARIE WEILER ROMEO, MICHIGAN ALPHA OMICRON PI. CARL ANDREW WEINMAN STEUBENVILLE, OHIO LAW DELTA THETA PHI; MIMES; ALPHA EPSILON MU; MICHIGANENSIAN (2, 3); OPERA (2, 3). ROBERT LAWRENCE WEISENBURGER DEFIANCE, OHIO LAW GEORGE CARL WEITZEL ROYAL OAK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA PHI EPSILON; SCABBARD AND BLADE; ATHLETIC PROGRAM (2-5), ASSISTANT EDITOR; HOCKEY (3-5); BASEBALL (4, 5); FALL GAMES COMMITTEE (5); MICHIGAN UNION DANCE COMMITTEE (4), CHAIRMAN FINANCE COMMITTEE (4), OPERA ORCHESTRA (4, 5); MILITARY BALL COMMITTEE (3-5), GENERAL CHAIRMAN (5). PAUL DEAN WELCH LANSING, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PI KAPPA ALPHA; ALPHA KAPPA PSI. LAWRENCE WILLIAM WELLER YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO MEDICINE PHI CHI; CLASS SOCIAL COMMITTEE (8); MICHIGAN- UNION OPERA (3); MEDICAL HONOR COMMITTEE (5); CLASS SOCIAL COMMITTEE (8). ARTHUR EUGENE WELLING GRAND HAVEN, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MARION ELIZABETH WELSH CENTRAL CITY, NEBRASKA ARTS AND SCIENCES JOHN JUSTIN WENTWORTH BAY CITY, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CHI PSI; PHI DELTA PHI. LA RUE DAVID WESLEY HOPKINS, MICHIGAN RUSSELL WARREN WEST ALPENA, MICHIGAN- SHELDON ELWOOD WESTERMAN ARTS AND SCIENCES EDUCATION ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN- PI KAPPA ALPHA. ARTS AND SCIENCES HARRIETT LUCILE WESTON ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA OMICRON PI; MUMMERS; ATHENA; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. 142 ,- r v - iih 1 EDWIN FREDERICK WESTOYER BAY CITY. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CHI PSI; TRIANGLES; UPPER CLASS ADVISORY COM- MITTEE . LIL LIAN WETZEL DETROIT. MICHIGAN- AND SCIENCES DELTA GAMMA; VYYERX; MORTARBOARD; TREAS- URER Y.W.C.A. (2); SECRETARY Y.W.C.A. (4); CHAIRMAN WOMEN ' S LEAGUE BAZAAR (4). ARTS AND SCIENCES ANNA FRANCES WHEELER IONIA, MICHIGAN SIGMA KAPPA; PI LAMBDATHETA; UNIVERSITY GIRLS ' RIFLE TEAM MANAGER (3), CAPTAIN (4); HOCKEY - ). GENEVA MERLE WHEELER MARYSVILLE, OHIO RUTH MARGARET WHELAN DETROIT, MICHIGAN- REACH HOUSE. ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES JOSEPH FRANCIS WHINERY GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA UPSILON; FRESHMAN FOOTBALL; STUDENT COMMITTEE ON ATHLETIC AFFAIRS. HELEN GOLDS WHIPPLE GRAND RAPIDS. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA OMICRON PI; MASQUES (3, 4); PLAYERS CLUB (3); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY; BLACK QUILL (3, 4). CHARLES FLOYD WHITE GLENCOE. ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES GAMMA SIGMA; GAMMA ETA GAMMA; LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA (1, 2); ADELPHI (1-3); MICHIGAN DAILY (1, 2); TREASURER 1928 LAW CLASS. WILLIAM PAGE WHITE MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI SIGMA KAPPA; SIGMA GAMMA EPSILON. LESTON SNELL WH1TEHEAD OWOSSO, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PHI MU ALPHA; UNION OPERA (3). FRANK THOMAS WHITNEY MERRILL, MICHIGAN DENTISTRY PSI OMEGA; DENTAL SOCIETY. MANFRED G. WHITTINGHAM DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARCHITECTURE THETA CHI; ARCHITECTURAL SOCIETY; VARSITY SWIMMING (2-4); PRESIDENT (3); SECRETARY (4). HANS ARYID W1CKLUND WATERVLIET, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MICHIGAN DAILY (2, 3); ADELPHI (1, 2). HELEN MAE WIGHTMAN VICKSBURG, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA ii DELTA; ATHENA LITERARY SOCIETY (2-4); COSMOPOLITAN CLUB (5. 4 . i 14? DOROTHY WILCOX BAY CITY, MICHIGAN KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA. ARTS AND SCIENCES KATHERINE MARY WILCOX GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES BETSY BARBOUR HOUSE, PRESIDENT 1926; CHAIR- MAN INTRAMURAL ATHLETICS 1926; HOCKEY 1926; Y.W.C.A. SOCIAL SERVICE COMMITTE E 1925- ' 26. MERRILL CLARK WILCOX JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK OSCAR FREDERICK WILD ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ALPHA RHO CHI. ARTS AND SCIENCES ARCHITECTURE MARGARET LOUISE WILKINS BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES COLLEGIATE SOROSIS; JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. MARTIN STANLEY WILKISON NEW CASTLE, PENNSYLVANIA LAW THETA KAPPA NU. ARTHUR EDWARD WILKOFF YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO ENGINEERING PHI SIGMA DELTA; ASSISTANT MANAGER INTRA- MURALS; ASSISTANT MANAGER INTERSCHOLASTICS. CURT HESSE WILL SAGINAW, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING TAU BETA PI (3, 4), PRESIDENT (4); VULCANS; WEB AND FLANGE; AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS (3, 4), PRESIDENT (4); MICHIGAN TECH- NIC (2-4), ADVERTISING MANAGER (4); TREASURER ENGINEERING COUNCIL. FRANK HAYES WILLARD ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN CRAFTSMEN CLUB. ARTS AND SCIENCES PAUL COOK WILLET LACKAWANNA, NEW YORK ARTS AND SCIENCES LAMBDA CHI ALPHA; SCALP AND BLADE. ALSON FREEMAN WILLEY GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS; AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS; RIFLE CLUB. ABSALOM HILLARD WILLIAMS HURON, INDIANA LAW SIGMA DELTA KAPPA; BARRISTERS. BERNICE WILLIAMS HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES EDWARD LOUIS WILLIAMS HUBBELL, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES 144 HAROLD ROBERTSON WILLIAMS ITHACA, NEW YORK ENGINEERING AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS; STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION CABINET (3); VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE WORK, CHAIRMAN. HUBERT CARROL WILLIAMS DELEVAN, NEW YORK ALPHA XV. ARTS AND SCIENCES LEONIDAS HUBBARD WILLIAMS DETROIT, MICHIGAN XI PSI PHI; DENTAL SOCIETY. DENTISTRY MARY RUTH WILLIAMS WAUSEON. OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA XI DELTA; VICE-PRESIDENT OF CLASS (3); CHAIRMAN OF SOCIAL COMMITTEE OF SENIOR WOMEN. WINFIELD HENRY WILLIS SAGINAW, MICHIGAN- ENGINEERING K.ATHRYN WILDING WILLSON FORT WAYNE, INDIANA ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA GAMMA; WYVERN; MORTARBOARD; BASKET- BALL (2, 3); PRESIDENT YOUNG WOMEN ' S CHRISTIAN- ASSOCIATION (4). GAYLORD BYRON WILSON MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA TAU DELTA; TRACK (1-3). LUCY MARGARET WILSON GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES BETSY BARBOUR DORMITORY; THETA SIGMA; ATHENA; AUTHOR JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY. ROBERT SEYMOUR WILSON RIPLEY, NEW YORK DENTISTRY xi PSI PHI; CLASS PRESIDENT (2); CLASS SOCIAL COMMITTEE (3, 4); CLASS FINANCE COMMITTEE (1); CRAFTSMEN CLUB. ROBERTA GUILE WILSON TOLEDO, OHIO STEVEN FRANCIS WILSON- ATLANTA, GEORGIA EDUCATION- ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON; MICHIGAMUA; SPHINX; BLUE KEY; BASEBALL (2, 3), CAPTAIN (4); CHAIRMAN- CLASS ATHLETIC COMMITTEE (4). DIANE S. WILTSE FLINT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS; SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (2). WILLIAM FENTON WINCHELL AURORA, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON. HAROLD GLENN WINKLER BOYNE CITY, MICHIGAN XI PSI PHI. DENTISTRY sXz= U 145 MARGUERITE MAPES WINKLER BELLEVUE, MICHIGAN EDUCATION SOCIOLOGY CLUB PRESIDENT (3, 4); WOMEN ' S EDU- CATION CLUB; MICHIGAN DAMES CLUB. FLOYD VICTOR WINNER PERRYSVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA; VARSITY GLEE CLUB (4); STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION CABINET (4); LUTHERAN STUDENT CLUB PRESIDENT (4). HERBERT GRANT WINTER DETROIT, MICHIGAN ROBERT CALVIN WINTER GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING ARTS AND SCIENCES PI DELTA EPSILON; BUSINESS STAFF MICHIGAN DAILY (3); BOOK COMMITTEE (3); AUDITING COMMITTEE (4). EDNA FRANCES WITHERS THREE RIVERS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES JOHNSON RUSSELL WITMER GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES EARL FREDERICK WOLLIN UTICA, NEW YORK ARCHITECTURE D. B1NGJUNG WONG CANTON, CHINA CLEO MYRTLE WOOD GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN VIDA WOODS SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO ENGINEERING ARTS AND SCIENCES EDUCATION ANNA FRANCES WOODWARD JAMAICA, NEW YORK DENTAL HYGIENE ELIZABETH WOODWARD COLDWATER, MICHIGAN DELTA GAMMA. ARTS AND SCIENCES CLARA GERTRUDE WOODWORTH DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA PHI. EDITH CAROLINE WOOLLF.TT CHICAGO, ILLINOIS EDUCATION- KAPPA PHI; ERNESTINE M. SCHF.LL SCHOLARSHIP (3). 146 ELEANOR BERTHA OTII.LIA WORDELMANN SAGINAW, MICHIGAN EDUCATION CHORAL UNION (3, 4) ; WOMEN ' S ED UCATION CLUB. MABEL ETTA VORTMAN KINGSLEY, MICHIGAN VERA VRIGGELS VORTH HOWELL, MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES EDUCATION- BERYL KENNETH WRIGHT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES KAPPA DELTA RHO. EDGAR DUANE WRIGHT ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES CHUFEI WU SHANGHAI, CHINA ENGINEERING VARSITY BAND. ANDREW PYLF. YKKEL KALAMAZOO. MICHIGAN DENTISTRY SIGMA NUJ DELTA SIGMA DELTA. ARTHUR REYNOLDS WYMAN SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA ENGINEERING DOROTHY ELIZABETH YAPLE KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES MARY ELSA YETTER EAU CLAIRE, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES DELTA ZETA; WOMEN ' S EDUCATION CLUB. EZRA PORTER YOUNG PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES COSMOPOLITAN CLUBJ STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA- TION CABINET. LESLIE YOUNG DETROIT, MICHIGAN LAW LAW REVIEW. RICHARD DU BOIS YOUNG DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ALPHA CHI RHO. ROBERT HENRY YOUNG FLINT, MICHIGAN ENGINEERING AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS; TA U BETA PI. 147 ROBERT REX YOUNG GARY, INDIANA LOUIS EDWARD YUNKER TOLEDO, OHIO ALPHA CHI RHO. SAMUEL ISAAC ZAKUTO MT. CLEMENS , MICHIGAN- ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES EDUCATION MARY LI LA ZANG BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN EDUCATION THETA PHI ALPHA; MICHIGANENSIAN (3, 4); STUDENT DIRECTORY (3, 4); MUMMERS (1-4), TREASURER (3); JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY COMMITTEE. ROBERT NORTON ZANVILLE TOLEDO, OHIO ARTS AND SCIENCES ROSALIND MARIE ZAPF DETROIT, MICHIGAN STANLEY HAROLD ZEEB ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES ARCHITECTURE KARL FETT ZEISLER YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES PI DELTA EPSILON; PHI BETA KAPPA; CHIMES (2-4). IRVING TOBIAS ZEMANS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ARTS AND SCIENCES WALTER HAROLD ZEMKE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES EDNA KRAUSE ZIEGLER PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA ARTS AND SCIENCES ATHENA (1). MARGUERITE CAROLINE ZILSKF. DETROIT, MICHIGAN ARTS AND SCIENCES THETA SIGMA; MICHIGAN DAILY. ALEXANDER LOUIS ZIVICH EAST CHICAGO, INDIANA LAW LAWYERS ' CLUB. HOWARD S. ZOLL CONSTANTINE, MICHIGAN GAMMA SIGMA. ARTS AND SCIENCES 148 tf LOWER CLASS OFFICERS MALCOMSON TUTTLE TAYLOR 1927 LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND ARTS OFFICERS STANFORD N. PHELPS DOROTHY J. MALCOMSON ESTHER L. TUTTLE NORMAN C. TAYLOR . PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER COMMITTEES SOCIAL DEAN W. PERSING, CHAIRMAN- HELEN E. REECE HELEN G. RUTH ANDREW W. KLEIN GLENNE W. YOUNG WILLIAM A. RUBLE MINERVA E. MILLER WILMA J. WHITEHEAD MARGARET E. SIMPSON FINANCE FREDERIC S. GLOVER, JR., CHAIRMAN STUART H. SINCLAIR HUGH CHALMERS, JR. HELMA M. KNAPP WILI.ARD B. CROSBY ADVISORY DOUGLAS SAWYER, CHAIRMAN THEODORE R. HORNBERGER ORVILLE W. JOHNSON PUBLICITY W. CALVIN P ATTERSON, CHAIRMAN- ROBERT Y. KEEGAN MENTOR A. KRAUS AUDITING CARL E. ALBRACHT, CHAIRMAN- JOHN BURNHAM JOHN W. HAY, JR. WILLIAM F. GRAHAM ATHLETIC FORD STODDARD, CHAIRMAN HERBERT T. ABRAMS, JR. WILTON A. SIMPSON- DAVID C. VOKF.S LELAND S. WILCOX CLASS BOOK SMITH H. CADY, CHAIRMAN- DAVID W. JOHNSON STANLEY C. CREIGHTON ELEANOR VERDIER VIRGINIA A. FOX ELLIOT M. CHAMBERLAIN- GERTRUDE E. BAILEY ISO a Jte KUE.N7.EL 1927 ENGINEERING OFFICERS RUSSELL C. BAKER . LEONARD F. FINKLER WALTER A. KUENZEL WALTER E. BERGER PRESIDENT VICE-PRESI DENT SECRETARY . TREASURER COMMITTEES SUB-COUNCIL RALPH B. EHLERS, CHAIRMAN- HERBERT Kl-EXZEL HERMAN G. BREMENKAMPT ATHLETIC ALBERT O. FLIXDT, CHAIRMAN- ROBERT V. AUSTIN WILLIAM E. RENNER RITH A. DAVIDSON- DISTINCTIVE DRESS LEONARD F. FINKLF.R. CHAIRMAN- THOMAS CRANAGE HOWARD R. STEVENSON- FREDERICK A. WRIGHT E. THEODORE WISE FINANCE WALTER E. BERGER. CHAIRMAN- ANDREW W. KRAMER HARVEY A. WAGNER SOCIAL LAWRENCE BUELL, CHAIRMAN ROBERT M. VAN Dl ZER, JR. JOSEPH D. RYAN - 151 1927 ARCHITECTURE ZIMMERMAN OFFICERS EARL G. MEYER . .... RUSSEL RADFORD PHILIP D. WEST ARTHUR J. ZIMMERMAN PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER FINANCE HERBERT B. WATTS, CHAIRMAN- EDWARD I. HULL LOUIS B. 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DETROIT STL-DENT MEMBERS HARRY HAWKINS RICHARD F. DOYLE RICHARD H. FREYBERG BOARD OF DIRECTORS J. GLEN DONALDSON EMIL DEISTER . ROBERT GRABB FRANK WEAVER PHILIP SNYDER EDWARD HARTWICK ROBERT WEADOCK JAMES E. NEWTON FOOTBALL MANAGER BASEBALL MANAGER TRACK MANAGER BASKETBALL MANAGER INTRAMURAL MANAGER CROSS-COUNTRY MANAGER MINOR SPORTS MANAGER INTERSCHOLASTICS MANAGER FIELDING H. YOST FIELDING H. TOST RALPH w. AIGLER ELTOX E. V1 171 COACHING STAFF FIELDING H. YOST RAY L. FISHER EDWIN J. MATHER CLIFFORD KEEN JACK BLOTT FRANKLIN C. CAPPON FOOTBALL . BASEBALL BASKETBALL WRESTLING . ASSISTANT COACH . ASSISTANT COACH CHARLES B. HOYT ELTON E. WIEMAN STEPHEN J. FARRELL MATT MANN JOSEPH BARSS FRANK L. HAYES . HARRY G. KIPKE . TRAINER ASSISTANT TRACK . SWIMMING HOCKEY ASSISTANT COACH ASSISTANT COACH VARSITY CAPTAINS ROBERT J. BROWN. RICHARD F. DOYLE EARL D. KRICKBAUM . RUSSEL C. BAKER . JOHN L. GOW . . FOOTBAL L BASKETBALL TENNIS WRESTLING SWIMMING STEVEN F. WILSON RICHARD H. FREYBERG IRVING E. REYNOLDS . ROY H. CALLAHAN FRED J. FEELEY . . BASEBALL TRACK HOCKEY CROSS-COUNTRY GOLF BLOTT MATHER FISHER YOST KIPKE HOYT WIEMAN 172 WILLIAM B. GILES CONFERENCE MEDAL WINNER 1925 Y illiam B. Giles, a Junior in the Law School and second baseman on the varsity baseball team for the past three seasons, was awarded the Conference Medal for proficiency in scholarship and athletics. One athlete is selected each year at every college in the Conference to receive a medal in recognition of exceptional ability in athletics and scholarship. Giles, in addition to his fine record on the diamond, has made a brilliant scholastic record, both in the Literary College and in the Law School. FREYBERG DOYLE WILSON- MAJOR SPORT CAPTAINS 1925-1926 173 MICHIGAN ' S ALL-AMERICANS 1925 BENNIE OOSTERBAAN LEFT END Oosterbaan was selected by Grantland Rice as left end on his first team. It is safe to say that no other player of the year, with the possible exception of Red Grange, was a more unanimous choice on All-America selections all over the United States than Michigan ' s great sophomore end. His most spectacular exhibitions were probably his uncanny catches of forward passes, but his- all-around efficiency, offensively and defen- sively, was above criticism in every game of the year. BEN FRIEDMAN QUARTERBACK Ben Friedman, the Captain-elect for the 1926 eleven, was chosen by Grantland Rice for the running backfield of his 1925 All-America first team. Friedman was one of the most accurate forward passers in the country last season, be- sides being an ideal pilot and an unusually capable broken-field runner. Under his leader- ship next fall, Michigan should again have one of her most successful years. 174 - ; i - -j-t " - ' iSJ K39S CXs,Ct O o B DONALDSON WEBBER S. BABCOCK GABEL STAMMAN OADE VIEMAN HOYT FLORA GREGORY THISTED G. BABCOCK DEWEY MOLENDA FULLER GRUBE OOSTERBAAN HAWKINS LOVETTE FRIEDMAN COACH YOST BROWN BAER EDWARDS PUCKELWARTZ MILLER PARKER GILBERT HERRSSTEIN 1925 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS OFFICERS ROBERT J. BROWN FIELDING H. YOST J. GLEN DONALDSON CAPTAIN COACH MANAGER R. GEORGE BABCOCK SAM. BABCOCK RAYMOND BAER ROBERT J. BROWN. R. SIDNEY DEWEY THOMAS L. EDWARDS WILLIAM R. FLORA BEN FRIEDMAN FRED W. FULLER . NORMAN GABLE LOUIS GILBERT BRUCE GREGORY VICTOR E. DOMHOFF MARTIN CAREER HENRY S. GRINNELL PERSONNEL TACKLE HALFBACK GUARD CENTER GUARD TACKLE END QUARTERBACK HALFBACK TACKLE . HALFBACK . HALFBACK WALTER J. WEBBER LEROY G. HESTON LEO W. HOFFMAN KENT C. MC INTYRE HARRY HAWKINS . WILLIAM H. HERRXSTEIX CHARLES GRUBE . JOHN H. LOVETTE . JAMES F. MILLER, JR. JOHN MOLENDA JAMES E. OADE BENNIE G. OOSTERBAAN . H. FREDERICK PARKER WILLIAM H. PUCKELWARTZ CARL STAMMAN CARL E. THISTED . HALFBACK JR. TACKLE . HALFBACK END GUARD . HALFBACK FULLBACK TACKLE END HALFBACK QUARTERBACK FULLBACK CENTER A. M. A. MAXWELL NICKERSON JOHN M. PALMEROLI JOHN B. SCHOENFELD STANLEY SKIDMORE DOMINIC SULLO HOWARD A. WEBBER 176 MICHIGAN ' S FOOTBALL RECORD Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan 1 9 2 5 39 63 21 3 54 2 10 35 Michigan State . Indiana .... Wisconsin Illinois .... L . S. Naval Academy Northwestern Ohio State . Minnesota Total Points Scored by Michigan . Total Points Scored by Opponents 227 3 3 CONFERENCE STANDING MICHIGAN Northwestern Wisconsin Illinois Iowa . Chicago . Minnesota Ohio State . Purdue Indiana vox 5 3 3 2- 2 2 1 1 LOST 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 3 3 3 TIED 1 1 1 1 1 1 POINTS OPPOXEXTS PER CEXT 227 3 .833 81 69 .750 131 49 .750 98 59 .500 121 74 .500 44 76 .500 176 91 .500 55 45 .250 119 39 .000 102 115 .000 DONALDSON " COACH YOST CAPTAIN BROWN ' 177 REVIEW OF THE 1925 FOOTBALL SEASON A L , LL the attributes of a great team can seldom be applied truthfully to any single collection of normal human beings, but it is safe to say that the 1925 University of Michigan football team possessed as many of them as it is possible to acquire by means of expert coaching applied scientifically to a squad of athletes already having natural ability amount- ing almost to genius. In fact, Coach Yost felt justified in saying that this was the greatest team that he had ever coached. This was astonishing praise, coming as it did from one who has probably produced more great teams than any other teacher in the history CAPTAIN-ELECT FRIEDMAN YOST WITH COACH ROPER OF PRINCETON AND ASSISTANTS EDWARDS of football. But Coach Yost was not alone of that opinion, for sports experts, am- ateur critics, officials, and even members of opposing teams, have united in singing the praises of this truly remarkable football machine. It is usually a foregone conclusion that Michigan will beat M. S. C., but this year people were not so sure. Yost ' s team was to a great extent an unknown quantity, and there were not a few critics who prophesied a lean year for Michigan. In fact, so many were doubtful that their fears and misgiv- ings produced the largest opening game crowd ever to throng through the gates of Ferry Field. Much to the con- sternation of the supporters of State, and greatly to the delight and surprise of Michigan ' s followers, the East Lan- sing aggregation was bewildered and stupefied by forward passes, end runs, line smashes, and almost every other offensive weapon known to modern football. The afternoon ' s activity re- sulted in 39 points for Yost ' s unknowns, while the former agriculturists went home empty-handed. The process was repeated with even more devastating results on the follow- ing Saturday. This time it was Indiana 178 HAWKINS who suffered. After the game with Michi- gan State, many were still skeptical. But after Captain Brown and his colleagues fin- ished with Indiana, even the most skeptical were forced to admit that Yost ' s team had possibilities. The Michigan line was a revelation. On defense it was impenetrable, and offensively it was fully as good. Among the swarms of substitutes which were sent into the game, it was impossible to find a single recruit who did not play his position like a veteran. Oost- erbaan continued his amusing habit of combining football juggling with exhibitions of gymnastics, and Fried- man ' s passing was again above criti- cism, but the thing most noticeable was the fact that all individual feats were in subordination to the spirit of team-work which featured every play. On the afternoon of October 17, a great Wisconsin homecoming crowd was anxiously awaiting the first whistle of a game which was to initiate a rivalry between two coaches who had worked together during the previous three years. The spectators did not have to wait long for excitement. On the first play after the kick-off, Friedman hurled a pass to Gregory, who dashed the re- maining 40 yards for a touchdown. While Friedman was kicking goal for the additional point, the Michigan stands went wild. Before they had time to recover from their excitement, Wisconsin had again kicked off, and Fried- man w r as seen weaving his way behind perfect interference through the whole Wisconsin team for the second touchdown in three plays. Michigan scored seven more points in the second period, but for the last half, although both teams threatened occasionally, neither could score. The game ended 21-0. On a muddy field, Michigan and Illi- nois battled for four periods on October 24 in the huge Memorial Stadium at Urbana. The redoubtable Red Grange, who had caused so much trouble the year before, did not meet with such free sailing this time. Although he G. BABCOCK A PERFECT FORWARD PASS 179 OOSTERBAAN IN ACTION caused plenty of trouble and excite- ment, he was unable to break away for any long gains. Michigan also found it hard to make headway in the mud, and resorted chiefly to forward passing. The only score of the game was made in the second quarter as the result of Gregory ' s gain on " Old 83 " , and Friedman ' s subsequent field goal. The game ended with the score still 3-0. On the following Sat- urday Michigan de- feated the United States Military Acade- my by the top-heavy score of 54-0. The Navy came to : Ann Arbor hailed as one of the strongest teams in the East, but the sail- ors were helpless before Michigan ' s varied; attack. During the last half almost every man on the Michigan squad had a chance to play, and every one of them performed splendidly. The game was perhaps uninteresting as a contest, but to anyone who appreciated the fine points of football it was a fascinat- ing exhibition of many-sided excellence. It was Northwestern who won the distinction of being the only team to defeat Captain Brown and his mates. The feat was performed on Soldiers Field, Chicago, in the midst of a driv- ing rain and a sea of mud. North- western deserves a great deal of credit for the smart football it played that day, under almost impossible condi- tions. They took immediate advan- tage of every break which came their way. The first score of the game was a field goal by Lewis, Northwestern ' s fullback, in the first period. Michi- gan ' s two points were the result of an intentional safety by the same Mr. Lewis. Final score, Michigan 2, North- western 3. November 14 at Ferry Field Ohio State was defeated 10-0. Only once during the entire game was Ohio able to advance the ball be- yond her own 46 yard line, and that lone ad- vance was but momen- tary and only extended a short way beyond mid-field. It was one of the finest exhibitions of defensive football ever seen in Ann Arbor. The lone touchdown HERRNSTEIN 180 was made in the first quarter by Molenda, after Flora had blocked an Ohio punt. In the second quarter Friedman kicked a field goal for the other three points. Minnesota came to Michigan on No- vember 21 to play Michigan in a game which was to decide the championship of the Western Conference. Although tied by Wisconsin, the Gophers were undefeated as yet. But the backfield which had run wild against Iowa the Saturday before could make but three first downs against Michigan ' s formid- able defence. On the other hand Michigan scored five times, twice by line plunges by Molenda, twice as a result of passes to Oosterbaan, and once by means of a spectacular 65 yard run by Gilbert after he had intercepted a forward pass. The game ended 35-0, with the Brown Jug still in Michigan ' s possession. Perhaps there never has been a team which excelled in so many different departments of the _ game. In forward pass- 31 ing the dreaded Fried- man to Oosterbaan combination was ' - $ " feared by all of Michi- ' - gan ' s opponents, but - - " . all the rest of the back- field and the other ends were also unusually skillful in catching Friedman ' s tosses. Many times during the season Gregory, Grube, Flora, Gilbert, and the rest caught passes for SAMMY BABCOCK CATCHES ONE long gains and frequent touchdowns. In straight line smashing it would be hard to find two fullbacks better than Stamman and Molenda, both of whom seemed to be able to tear through opposing lines almost at will. There were also a wealth of halfbacks. Gil- bert, Gregory, Herrnstein, Parker, Fuller, S. Babcock, Miller, and Webber all having accounted for many yards around the ends and off tackle. Puck- elwartz and Hoffman were able under- studies to Friedman at quarterback, both of them showing up unusually well in the Xavy game. Although Gilbert did most of the punting during the season, Fuller, Miller, and Parker were also splendid kickers. The Michigan line can- not be given enough praise. From Ooster- baan at left end to Flora at right it pre- sented the most cap- able set of linemen to be found in the entire country, each man playing his part both on defense and offense. EEWEY 181 The above picture shows Friedman crossing t he goal line after running through the whole Wisconsin team for the second touchdown of the game at Madison. On the second play of the game Friedman had hurled a pass to Gregory, who dashed the remaining forty yards for a touchdown. Then the two teams again lined up, and Wisconsin kicked off once more. This time Friedman grabbed the ball and raced ninety yards for the second touchdown, after only three plays. The whole Wisconsin and Michigan teams can be seen trailing behind him as he crosses the line. Below is a Michigan attack on Michigan State ' s line. Note the excellent interference. LOVETTE ST AMMAN 182 The picture shown above was also taken at Madison. Friedman again has the ball, and his team-mates are rapidly preparing a way for him around Y isconsin ' s left end. We do not know just how far he managed to go on this play, but the determined look on his face and the very efficient way in which the interferer is handling the Wiscon- sin man would seem to indicate that he was not stopped right away. In the other action picture below, a Michigan State man has evidently found a hole in the Michigan line. Needless to say, such holes were not found very often, so the young man from East Lansing was really in quite a unique situation. 183 In the picture above, the redoubtable Red Grange is about as close to break- ing away as he ever came in the game at Urbana this year. Evidently the man trying so hard to put Gilbert out of the way did not succeed, because the longest run made by Red from scrimmage during the entire game was one of fifteen yards at the beginning of the first quarter. But at the start of the second half he almost broke loose in returning the kick-off, and was only stopped after he had re- turned the ball to his own forty-five yard line. Below, Red Grange is seen on the defensive, dashing across to tackle Friedman. Notice how Edwards is trying his best to put the Illinois captain out of the way. S. BABCOCK 184 A A, rHOTO It is hard to imagine better interference than that given Friedman as shown in the above picture, taken at the Illinois game. There is a hole almost wide enough to march the big Illinois band through. The general ability of the great Michigan line is shown by the fact that, while it was defensively the most impenetrable forward wall in the country, it was just about as good on the offense. The player resting on his arm in the right foregro und is Captain Brown who, on the occasion of that afternoon ' s activity, stopped Mr. Grange time and time again before he could even reach the line of scrimmage. In picture below, Grange is surrounded, and is about to be tackled bv Mo lenda. P. A. PHOTO ILBEK1 OOSTERBAAN ED STEPHAN PHOTO This picture again shows Michigan ' s offensive efficiency. The man with the ball is in little immediate danger of being tackled, as all the Navy men in sight are being very nicely blocked out of the way. The man in the center about to throw himself across the path of the oncoming Navy player is George Babcock, while Molenda is seen at the left evidently looking for bigger game ahead. Below another Michigan man is eluding some more Navy tacklers, with ap- parent success. El) STEPHAN PHOTO 186 ED STEPHAN PHOTO Gregory can here be seen in the midst of several Ohio players. In fact it looks as if he were deserted by his team-mates. There does not seem to be another Michigan man in sight, but it is probably safe to say that the rest of the team is in action somewhere on the field. If they were not, it was about the only time during the entire season that even, " man did not take part in every play. The picture at the bottom of the page shows an Ohio man held tightly in the grasp of Edwards, while both of them fly through space. ED STEPHAN PHOTO M1LLLK PVCkELWARTZ 187 SIKl ' HAN 1MI010 In this picture there are only two men left standing. It was taken during the Minnesota game at Ferry Field. Fried- man, on the ground at the left, has the ball, -but he seems to be held fast by two Minnesota players. At the ex- treme right Harry Hawkins can be seen looking around to see what suc- cess Friedman is having. It is hard to tell whether Friedman has been thrown for a loss, or has gained a few yards through the Minnesota line. In the lower picture, also taken during the Minnesota game, Oosterbaan has just caught a pass over the goal line for a touchdown. ID STFPHAN PHOTO 188 This picture shows one of the times that a Minnesota pass went astray and fell into the hands of the waiting Ooster- baan. The lanky end is seen at the right, getting read} to pick his way through the Gophers for a substantial gain. In the first two or three games Michigan did not appear to have per- fected a very good defense against ED STEPHAS PHOTO forward passing, but before the season had progressed very far her opponents had little success at the aerial game. Interceptions, such as the one shown here, were frequent. Below, Molenda is seen carrying the ball, while Oosterbaan appears to be doing the Charleston with the Minne- sota player at the left. ED STEPHAS PHOTO 189 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 1925 M. BODEN H. BARSANTI F. ASBECK E. CASPER C. FOOG J. G. GEM BIS H. H. HAGER A. HUGHES H. C. JACKSON J. H. HALPUCK PERSONNEL J. KELLEY T. T. KULLMAN F. E. MEESE H. MIETHE H. Z. NYLAND H. W. NORRIS R. PARKER A. RATH BURN G. E. RICH F. B. SCHANZ F. RUBENDUNST R. L. SLATER J. SCHELT J. TRUSKOSKI I. E. WALSH H. STOREN D. WHITTLE R. A. CRAGIN A. ERICKSON J. F. FRAUNFELTER 190 e V Ri ' fi-.ff; ' .-f i ( SVS- T ' r s - r !r " 4 4 R K HUFF MC CAFFREE HORNBERGER BRIGGS FREE BORN WALK SCHRAVESANDE HAWKINS HICKS CALLAHAN LIKERT OHLHEISER HERRNSTEIN MILLER HERRICK, MGR. FARRELL, COACH VOELKER FEINS1NGER HART WEEKS FREYBERG HULSE HUBBARD WITTMAN REINKE DOYLE NORTHRUP 1925 VARSITY TRACK TEAM CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS OFFICERS RICHARD H. FREYBERG STEPHEN J. FARRELL CHARLES B. HOYT ARCHIBALD V. HERRICK CLAYTON BRIGGS ROY H. CALLAHAN RICHARD F. DOYLE NATHAN FEINSINGER RICHARD H. FREYBERG GUY C. FREEBORN RAYMOND A. HART HARRY HAWKINS WILLIAM H. HERRNSTEIN, JR. PERSONNEL GRANT HICKS THEODORE HORNBERGER DE HART HUBBARD STEWART H. HULSE CHARLES C. JUNG GEORGE LIKERT IRA J. MASON FOORMAN L. MUELLER CHARLES J. MUNZ, JR. CAPTAIN-ELECT COACH TRAINER MANAGER PHILIP M. NORTHRUP CHARLES A. REINKE HAROLD R. OHLHEISER JOHN B. SCHRAVESANDE EMIL J. VOELKER RAYMOND C. WALK DAVID M. WEEKS LESTER G. WITTMAN 192 R E V I E W OF 1 925 TRACK S THE 1925 Michigan track team was another of the great teams which Coach Steve Farrell seems to produce with almost habitual regular- ity. At the end of the season Michigan had a record which settled beyond all doubt the championship of the West- ern Conference, if not of the entire country. In spite of the fact that Captain Brooker was declared inelig- ible at the start of the outdoor season, this team won the Conference indoor meet, the Conference outdoor meet, and every dual meet in which it participated. In addition, Michigan athletes won two first places at both the Drake and Pennsylvania relay carnivals, and made a fine showing at the National Intercollegiate Track and Field Meet held at Stagg Field, Chicago. In Hubbard and Witt- man, Michigan had two of the best dash men in the United States.This pair assured Michigan of two out of the first three places in practically every meet of the season. Wittman also ran bril- liantly in the 220, while Hubbard was only once defeated in the broad jump, crowning the season ' s achieve- ROBERT GRAB MAXAGER-ELECT COACH FARRELL THE E A S O N ments by breaking the world ' s record with a leap of 25 feet 10 inches. Reinke, the great half-miler, fin- ished his three years of competition by run- ning better than ever. In fact, Freyberg and Reinke garnered al- most as many points in the half-mile as Hubbard and Wittman did in the dashes. In the hurdles, Hulse and Yoelker were the mainstays, but Walk also ran con- sistently well. Feinsinger, Herrnstein, Mueller, and Ohlheiser upheld honors in the quarter-mile in good shape. In the longer runs Farrell had many capable men. Besides Reinke and Freyberg in the half- mile, there were Hart, Likert, and Freeborn, all of whom won their letters. In the mile Michigan was also un- usually strong. Grant Hicks, although not able to run the entire season because of ill- ness, was the best miler that has worn the Maize and Blue in a decade. Callahan, Jung, Hornberger, Briggs, and Mason did CAPTAIX FREYBERG 193 well, both in the mile and in the two mile. Michigan ' s strength in the field events is shown by the fact that the Wolverines took first place in all seven of these events in the dual meet with Illinoi s at Urbana. Northrup, a sophomore, was the most versatile perform- er. He was generally certain of first place in the javelin throw, and in addition always placed well in the broad jump and pole- vault. Doyle and Munz turned in good performances in the shot-put, both doing around 45 feet consistently. The discus was taken care of by Doyle and Schravesande, and the high jump and hammer throw were well fortified, the former event by Weeks, the latter by Hawkins. The feature of the indoor season was the victorv in the Conference indoor W1TTMAN WINNING 220. OHIO DUAL MEKT meet at Evanston. Wisconsin made a close fight of it, but Michi- gan finally won out with 22 points to Wis- consin ' s 20. In win- ning the half-mile Reinke broke the Con- ference indoor record. His new time was 1:56 , a full second faster than the old rec- ord, which he also held. The interest in the early outdoor seaso n usually centers in the two great relay carnivals held on the same days at Drake and Pennsylvania. Michigan won two first places at both events. At Drake the two mile relay team, composed of Likert, Hart, Frey- berg, and Reinke, broke the Drake record for the event. The other win was registered by the half mile relay team, while W 7 ittman finished second to Locke of Nebraska in the 100-yard dash. At Pennsylvania on the same day Hubbard won the 100, and North- rup won the javelin throw. The four mile relay team, also competing, could do no better than fourth. The first dual meet at Ann Arbor against Ohio was won by a wide margin, 84-51. But on May 16, Illi- nois, by making second and third places count, almost managed to win, although Michigan finally triumphed 69 to 65%. The last dual meet against Wisconsin at Ferry Field was won decisively, 81-54. 194 shared first Michigan finished the Conference season b y winning the annual Conference out- door meet at Colum- bus. In this meet a Conference record in the javelin throw was broken by Xorthrup, with a heave of 201 feet, 9 l 2 inches. At the National Intercol- legiate meet at Chicago no point system of scoring was used, but Michigan would have honors had the usual method been followed. Coach Farrell faces a difficult task this year in seeking to build another cham- pionship team, for some of the best athletes in Michigan ' s history were lost through graduation last June. Both Hubbard and Wittman will be absent, but there are others almost as good to take their places. Leschinsky and Hester will be eligible, and on past performances should be sure point winners in the dashes, but there is no one to approach Hubbard ' s record breaking performances in the broad jump. Reinke ' s place will also be hard to fill. During his three years of in- tercollegiate competition he turned in many brilliant exhibitions, both in the half-mile, his specialty, and in the quarter. In his last year he ran some of the best races of his career. He broke the Conference indoor record for the half-mile, and ran a remarkable HUBBARD race at the Drake relays to bring victory and another record to the two mile relay team. But Captain Frey- berg can be counted upon to step into Reinke ' s shoes and continue Mich igan ' s supremacy in that event. In this he should be ably supported by Hart and Likert from last year ' s team. Hulse, an ex- cellent hurdler and dash man, will also be gone. In the distance races, Callahan, Briggs, Jung, Hornberger, and Miles Reinke should produce considerable strength, and in the 440, Feinsinger, Herrnstein, and Mueller will all be back. In the field events Michigan should be just as strong as last year, for Munz, Xorthrup, Doyle, Hawkins, Weeks, and Schravesande will not be lost. XORTHRfP VAULTING 195 CALLAHAN RECORDS BROKEN BY MICHIGAN ATHLETES 1925 DeHart Hubbard established a new world ' s record of 25 feet inches, at Chicago, in the running broad jump. Philip Northrup set a new Conference record of 201 feet inches in the javelin throw at Columbus. Charles A. Reinke bettered his own Conference indoor record in the half mile run. New time, 1 minute 56-3 5 seconds. The Michigan two mile relay team broke the carnival record at the Drake relavs in the fast time of 7 minutes 51-2 5 seconds. In the remarkable photograph at the left DeHart Hubbard is seen actually making his world ' s record jump of 25 feet lOJ g inches. Hubbard during his remarkable career has jumped over 25 feet more than twenty times. It was very fitting that in the last meet in which he repre- sented the Universi- ty of Michigan he should have achieved his life -long ambi- tion. The former re- cord of 25 feet 6 inches was made by LeGendre at the Olympic games of 1924. UNDERWOOD UNDERWOOD 196 M TELLER SUMMARY OF THE SEASON ' S RECORD 1925 CONFERENCE INDOOR MEET Michigan, first 22 points Wisconsin, second Chicago, third CORNELL INDOOR Michigan 64-5 6 20 points 18 points DUAL MEET Cornell 30-1 6 OUTDOOR DUAL MEETS Michigan . 84 Ohio State 51 Michigan . 69H Illinois. . 65% Michigan . 81 Wisconsin. 54 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP Michigan won the track championship of the Western Conference at Columbus the first week in June, thus completing the season undefeated. In the picture at the right, Reinke is shown breaking the tape in the two mile relay at Drake. The Michigan team broke the Drake record in this race, but were hard pressed by Ames, holder of the previous record. 197 In the above picture, Wittman can be seen at the left as he finished a close second to Locke of Nebraska in the 100-yard dash at the Drake relay carnival. In the smaller picture below, Reinke is shown winning the half-mile at the Conference meet at Columbus. Both Reinke and Yittman will be lost to this year ' s team through graduation, leaving Coach Farrell with a difficult task to fill their places, but new stars always spring up from somewhere. 9 fciwvrt HORXBERGER J UNI! 198 The above picture was also taken at Drake. It shows Wittman finishing in the half-mile relay, which Michigan won. The other members of the win- ning team were Yoelker, Hulse, and Freyberg. They came within a half- second of tying the world ' s record, held by an Illinois team. In the picture below, Xorthrup is shown going over the bar in the pole vault. Note the excellent form. Xorthrup ' s special- ty is the javelin throw. HART 199 P A I ' HOTO Here Hubbard is seen winning the 100- yard dash in the National Intercol- legiate meet at Chicago. Wittman can be seen at the left, right on Hubbard ' s heels. Although Hubbard can easily be seen to be in the lead, it must have been difficult to pick the man who finished second. The picture below was inserted to show that Michigan did not win every race of the year. It shows Arnold of Ohio winning the mile run in the dual meet at Ferrv Field. HERRNSTEIN 200 S. E. A- PHOTO Above are Hubbard and Wittman again. This picture was taken at the Conference Meet at Columbus, and shows the finish of the 100-yard dash, in which Hubbard was again the victor with his team mate second. In the lower picture Herrnstein is shown fin- ishing second in the 440 in the Ohio dual meet. Feinsinger has already finished ahead of Herrnstein, and can- not be seen in the picture. Evidently he considerablv outdistanced his rivals. r SCH RAVES AX DE 201 VITTMAX WINNING THE 220 AT THE CONFERENCE MEET I- A PHOTO FRESHMAN TRACK SQUAD 1925 Coach Hoyt discovered a good deal of promising material on last Spring ' s freshman track squad. The following men were the members of the squad: E. D. BROWN J. T. BYBEE W. BOI.TON H. E. CAMPBELL D. M. COOPER B. CARSON W. B. CLARK C. C. CRIMI J. C. CRAIG J. J. FEINSINGER H. S. GRINNELL W. H. LAVE NT Y M. LIGHTEN STEIN W. D. MCLELLAN I. L. HUNGER G. MINTZ L. A. MASON R. W. XORTHRUP J. E. OADE D. M. POTTER F. H. PARKER G. W. PACKER L. M. GILBERT J. F. HEALY H. W. HINCKLEY R. M. HILL W. S. IVES S. L. JONES C. A. JOHNSON L. J. KELLY H. W. KELLOGG H. B. KLINE A. I. LAWSON R. S. RUSLAXDER E. SCHMELIG N. W. SWINTON G. R. STUTERVILLE T. SABEL W. SHROEDER J. H. THOITS M. T. VALENTINE C. W. WALDO C. WELLS R. WHITMER G. E. RICH D. E. HALL 202 M gS " 3d B A E B L BAKER RYRHOLM REED, MGR. STEGER PUCKELWARTZ WALTER JABLONOWSKI FISHER, COACH FROEMKE BACHMAN COLEMAN GILES DILLMAN. CAPT. HAGGARTY BENSON WILSON 1925 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM OFFICERS GEORGE DILLMAN RAY L. FISHER ORVILLE W. REED. E. B. BACHMAN MERLE BAKER JERRY S. BENSON ROYAL F. CHERRY M. REED COLEMAN GEORGE DILLMAN HARLAN FROEMKE CAPTAIN COACH MANAGER PERSONNEL OUTFIELD CATCHER PITCHER CATCHER OUTFIELD . SHORT STOP . OUTFIELD NORMAN RYRHOLM WILLIAM B. GILES GEORGE HAGGARTY PETER JABLONOWSKI WILLIAM H. PUCKELWARTZ HERBERT F. STEGER . HARLAN G. WALTER . STEVEN F. WILSON INFIELD-OUTFIELD SECOND BASE THIRD BASE PITCHER OUTFIELD OUTFIELD PITCHER FIRST BASE RUSSELL DAVIS BEN FRIEDMAN TOM FISHER A.M. A. LAWRENCE J. HOVEY GORDON RICE ERNEST A. RUETZ 20 Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . THE SEASON ' S RECORD 1925 18 Kentucky 8 Qemson .... Clemson .... 1 Camp Benning . 5 Camp Benning . 2 University of Georgia 6 University of Georgia 12 Cincinnati 11 Syracuse 2 Syracuse 10 Michigan State . Illinois .... 8 Wisco nsin 5 Northwestern 2 Wisconsin 9 Minnesota . Minnesota . 13 Michigan State . 19 Illinois .... 4 Iowa 3 Japanese All-Stars . 4 Japanese All-Stars . 4 Iowa 4 Ohio State . 6 J Ohio State Games Won Games Lost Conference Games Won Conference Games Lost 17 8 7 4 5 1 8 1 13 5 8 12 9 4 1 11 4 1 6 5 2 1 3 8 2 5 CAPTAIN-ELECT WILSON COACH FISHER CAI1A1X D1LIVAN 205 RE V I E W 1925 B A S HAGGARTY Ray Fisher started indoor practice in the Yost Field House early in February with the same infield that played so important a part in winning the Conference champion- ship in 1924. Captain Dillman was again at shortstop, Haggarty was on third base, while Giles and Wilson completed the quartet at second and first, respectively. The pitching also appeared to be well taken care of, with Jablonowski and Benson left over from the previous year, while Walter was eligible and was considered a val- uable addition to the two veterans. In the outfield, the vet- ferans were Steger and Bachman, but Puckel- wartz, Froemke, and Coleman threatened to displace them. Davis, Cherry, and Baker stood out among the candidates for catcher. The best all-around prospect was Ryrholm who seemed to be able to play practically every position well. On the annual south- ern trip during Spring OF THE EBALL SEASON vacation eight games were played, of which Michigan won six and lost two. The defeats were at the hands of Camp Benning and the University of Georgia, while victories were reg- istered over theUniversity of Ken- tucky, Clemson College, Cincinnati Univ ersity, and both Camp Ben- ning and Georgia were defeated in the second game of each series. Wilson suffered an injury to his foot in the Kentucky game as the result of a collision with Cherry, and consequently saw little service on the trip. Shortly after returning from the South, the team made a journey to Syracuse for a two game series. The hard hit- ting Syracuse nine won both games, the first one 11-2, and the second 12-11. Jablonowski pitched in the opening game, and Benson and Walter in the other. Upon returning to Ann Arbor Michigan State was defeated 10-4 in the first home game of the season, with Fisher and Walter in the box. On May 2 Illinois opened the Con- ference season at Ferry Field. After a beautiful exhibi- tion of pitch- ing the Illini finally won, 1-0, although Jablonowski 206 allowed but one scratch hit. Kinder- man of Illinois permitted but three hits. of which two were made by Cherry. Michigan gained her first Conference victory by defeating Wisconsin on May 4. Walter held the Cardinals to four scattered hits, and as a result Michigan won her first shut- out victory of the year. This shut-out victory was followed by another on May 8, when Northwestern was defeated 5-0 at Evanston. From Evanston the team went to Madison where isconsin obtained revenge for her defeat at Ann Arbor by swamping the Wolverines 11-2. Fifteen hits were driven out against Jablonowski, Fisher, and Benson. On May 15 and 16 at Ann Arbor, Michigan split a two game series with Minnesota. Michigan won the first game, 9-4, largely by means of clever bunting. The outfield, which had been considerably re- vamped since the early games, con- sisted of Coleman, Froemke and Puck- elwartz. In the sec- ond game, behind the almost perfect pitch- ing of Guzy, Minneso- ta managed to win, 1-0. After defeating Mich- igan State in a return game at East Lan- sing, 13-6, the team traveled to Illinois where thelllini met de- feat on their own dia- mond, 19-5. Going on to Iowa City on May 25, Iowa was defeated crura 4-2 in a game featured by Jablonowski ' s pitch- ing and the hitting of Puckelwartz. This vic- tory put Michigan in fourth place in the Conference standing. Returning again to Ann Arbor, Michigan defeated a team of Japanese All-Stars in a two game series. Al- though getting but six hits in the first game, Michigan made them .. -11 all count, especially another homer by Puckelwartz with Giles on base, and the score ended 3-1. The second game was also close, the Japs finally losing, 4-3. Although the return game with Iowa was lost 4-8 at Fern,- Field, Michigan finished the season in fine style by defeating the strong Ohio State nine 4-2, and 6-5 , thus wrecking whatever chances Ohio had of winning the Conference title. On the whole the season was a successful one; of the 25 games played, 17 were won and 8 lost. 207 The above picture was taken at the Iowa game at Ferry Field. This game was won by Iowa, 8-4. The batter has evidently found one to his liking, and has just started for first base. Michigan won the first game with Iowa at Iowa City on May 25, by a score of 4-2, but the Hawkeyes turned the tables when they came to Ann Arbor. The other action picture below was taken during practice. The Michi- gan battery of Jablonowski and Cherry is shown on either side of the picture. Jablonowski and Walter were the main- stays of the pitching staff, and Cherry bore the brunt of the catching. JABLONOWSKI 208 THE picture shown above was taken at the same game as the one on the opposite page, and shows a run about to be scored. The picture below shows Jablonowski about to slide into second base during a practice session. In spite of the loss of Captain Dillman, Haggarty, Giles, Steger, Benson, and others through graduation, the pros- pects for a good team this year appear promising. But Ryrholm will be un- able to play because of an injury to his foot received last spring, and Cherry has recently been declared ineligible. Last year ' s freshman squad is counted upon to fill the gaps. ' BACHMAX PUCKELWARTZ 209 FRESHMAN BASEBALL 1925 COACH Mather as usual had an abundance of candidates for the freshman baseball squad, but out of the large number who reported to him, ,only twenty were given numerals. Among the pitchers Molenda was eas- ily the best, in fact he gave promise of developing into one of the best pitchers Michigan has had since the days of the invincible " Slicker " Parks. Other pitchers to be awarded numerals were Gawne, Martin, Southworth, Totzke, Nicholson, and Loeffler. Of the candidates for catcher only three survived to receive their awards. These were Wobrock, Corey and Haag. At first base Oosterbaan appeared to possess possibilities, and was the only first baseman to receive numerals. Second base was handled by Arnold and Giles, both of whom played well. Loos and Gilbert were about on a par at shortstop and were the only sur- vivors at that position. At third base Williams and McLane showed up well, but only three outfielders, Lang, Jones, and Hollis, were of high enough caliber to merit their numerals. Coach Fisher will no doubt have to make use of a number of these men to take the places of the many veterans he lost last year through graduation, for only Captain Wilson remains from last year ' s vet- eran infield, and the outfield will also need strengthening. PERSONNEL FLOYD R. ARNOLD H. D. COREY SAMUEL E. GAWNE LOUIS GILBERT MANFORD K. GILES WILLIAM H. HAAG CLAYTON E. HOLLIS EDWARD W. LANGE RALPH R. LOEFFLE,R CARL M. LOOS JAMES K. MARTIN ANTHONY D. MC LANE GEORGE A. NICHOLSON JOHN MOLENDA BENNIE G. OOSTERBAAN MAYNARD N. SOUTHWORTH HENRY G. TOTZKE DONALD WILLIAMS CLARENCE L. WOBROCK 210 BASKET B A HAYES BAER LINE MOGARIDGE BARLEY SCHRODER GAWNE F. KUENZEL V. KUENZEL NATHAN BABCOCK OOSTERBAAN REECE HARRIGAN DOYLE CHAMBERS ;INN RASNICK MATHER VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM 1925-26 RICHARD F. DOYLE EDWIN J. MATHER FRANK P. WEAVER. OFFICERS CAPTAIN COACH MANAGER PERSONNEL EDWARD W. CHAMBERS RICHARD F. DOYLE DOUGLAS R. GINN EDWARD T. REECE A.M. A. SAMUEL J. BABCOCK RAYMOND BAER SAMUEL E. GAWNE FRANK A. HARRIGAN BENNIE G. OOSTERBAAN NAT. N. RASNICK FRANK C. KUENZEL WALTER A. KUENZEL EDWARD D. LINE WAYNE M. SCHRODER 212 THE SEASON ' S RECORD F. P. WEAVER MANAGER Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan 32 Ohio Wesleyan . . 54 Univ. of Pittsburgh . 27 Missouri 32 Northwestern 22 Iowa 38 Michigan State . 29 Illinois ... Minnesota 32 Syracuse 21 Iowa 17 Minnesota . 31 Ohio State . . . 22 isconsin . : . ; Illinois . 24 Wisconsin 44 Ohio State . 46 Northwestern CONFERENCE STANDING MARCH 9 MICHIGAN Purdue Indiana Iowa . Ohio State Illinois. Minnesota isconsin Chicago Northwestern . w . 8 . 8 . 7 . 7 . 6 . 6 . 5 4 4 3 L 4 4 4 4 6 6 6 7 - 9 27 25 19 30 16 IS 31 22 36 24 52 13 24 23 28 14 PCT. .667 .667 .636 .636 .500 .500 .454 .364 .333 .250 COACH MATHER CAPTAIN DOYLE CHAMBERS 213 REVIEW OF THE 1925-26 BASKETBALL SEASON HARRIGAN " DY completely re- building a team which had been shat- tered by ineligibility, and by leading that team to a conference championship, Coach Mather proved beyond any doubt his right to consideration as one of the best basketball coaches in the United States. Undaunted by the loss of the veteran Cherry, and Molenda, the sophomore star, the " Skipper " mould- ed together a combination which fin- ished the season with five victories in a row. In each of the last two games conference high-scoring records were broken when Captain Doyle and his mates ran up totals of 42 and 46 respectively while in the final game Northwestern ' s strong offensive combination could score no more than 14 points. So re- markable a finish has seldom been seen, but the feat was all the more noteworthy be- cause of the severe losses the team sus- tained right in the middle of the season. Starting his seventh year at Michigan Coach Mather found the prospects at the opening of the present season the brightest in years. Captain Doyle, Chambers, and Cherry, the veterans from last year ' s quintet, reported for early practice along with much excellent additional material, in- cluding Reece, Line, F. Kuenzel, W. Kuenzel, Petrie, Schroder, Gawne, Ginn, Harrigan, Martin, and Moga- ridge. At the conclusion of the foot- ball season Oosterbaan, Molenda, Sam Babcock and Baer joined the squad. In the first game of the season Ohio Wesleyan was defeated 32-27 at the Field House. Although the team dis- played flashes of real form, the play was on the whole rather ragged, as is usually the case in an opening game. This initial victory was followed by one over the Univ. of Pittsburgh, 34-25. In their third pre-sea- son tilt Michigan won a hard fought game from Missou- ri, last year ' s champions of the Mis- souri Valley Confer- ence, 27-19. The largest crowd ever to force its way within Patten Gymnasium witnessed a battling t Michigan team emerge victorious over North- 214 western 32-30 in the opening game of the Conference season. The con- test was nip and tuck all the way and the outcome was in doubt until the final whistle. With but a two day rest after the strenuous battle with Northwestern, Michigan opened its Big Ten schedule at home with a 22-16 victory over the powerful Iowa five. A weakness in foul shoot- ing cost Michigan a chance to run up a larger score, for the Wolverines made only four out of fifteen attempts count. Michigan ' s sixth straight victory, a win over Michigan State 38-15 fol- lowed this. In the next game, one of the most thrilling and bitterly fought contests ever seen in the Field House, Michigan dropped her first game of the season to Illinois 31-29. Four times during the second half the Wolverines came from behind to knot the score and it was not until the last forty seconds that H. Martin won the game with a brilliant one hand toss. Mich- igan ' s downfall was largely due to her ina- bility to make short shots good from under the basket. After this game Michigan went into a deadlock for first place with Wisconsin by virtue of a win over the lowly Minnesota five 33-22. Michigan journeyed outside the Conference for her next game, and in a meeting with the undefeated Svracuse team was OOSTERBAAX beaten 36-32. Again the cause of defeat was Michigan ' s inability to make good numerous scoring opportunities from the foul line. The Syracuse contest proved to be the last appearance during the season of Cherry, Mo- lenda, Petrie and Mar- tin, for the results of the final examinations necessitated a complete reorganization of the team. Coach Mather did excellent work in rebuilding the team sufficiently in a week to extend the Hawkeyes in a game which the Iowa combination won 24-21. Michigan was downed again in her next contest, this time by the cellar occupants, Minnesota, 28-17. Indi- cations of new strength were shown in the next game which Ohio State won on her own floor by only one point. In this game Michigan displayed enough basketball ability to win several games, and the indi- vidual prowess of Cun- ningham was all that saved Ohio State. This game marked the de- but of Ginn, who was to prove just the man needed to complete the quintet. It was evi- dent after this game that Michigan would SCHRODER 215 bear watching in the final games. Continuing this good work Michigan broke its losing streak at the expense of Wisconsin, 22-13, in a game fea- tured by close guard- ing. Michigan again upset the dope by handing Illinois, the leaders, a 33-24 drub- bing on the Illinois home floor. Captain Doyle and Ha rrigan starred by collecting twenty points between them and by effectively stopping a last minute rally by Illinois. Michigan con- tinued her climb in the percentage table by again beating Wisconsin 24-23. The game was one of the closest and hardest fought of the season with victory coming only after the game had been forced into an overtime period. This encounter proved that the Michi- gan comeback was complete, and, with only one game sep- arating her from the leader, it seemed prob- able, or at least pos- sible, that another Conference champion- ship might find its way here. Michigan had to win the two remaining games to tie for the championship. In the first of these, against Ohio State, Mather let loose an offen- sive attack which Ohio was powerless to stop. Not until 44 points had been scored and the final whistle had blown did Michigan cease to sink baskets with monotonous reg- ularity. Ohio also scored frequently but could by no means keep up the dizzy pace set by the Wolverines. The final score was 44-28. Even this scoring feat was surpassed against Northwestern in the last game of the season. But instead of the 28 points scored by Ohio, Northwestern could account for, but 14, which shows what a well balanced quintet Mather had at the close of the season. Offen- sively it had shown its great power by breaking Conference scoring rec- ords in successive games, while its defensive ability was shown by the few points Northwestern was able to secure. This victory put Michigan in a tie with Purdue for first place, with Indiana and Iowa still having a chance to tie. The line-up of the team which did so remark- ably well in the final games consisted of Captain Doyle at, cen- ter, Harrigan and Ginn as the guards and Chambers and Reece at the forwards. This combination proved to F. KUENZEL 216 be the ideal team Coach Mather had been looking for all season, and which he seemed doomed never to find after the ineligibility of Cherry and Molenda. After the North- western game Chambers was elected captain for the next year. As only Captain Doyle and Ginn are lost from this year ' s regular team, next season should be another successful one. Those players awarded aristy letters were Captain Doyle, Chambers, Har- rigan, Reece, Ginn, Rasnick and Oos- terbaan. The A. M. A. men were Schroder, Line, Babcock, V. Kuenzel, F. Kuenzel, Gawne, Baer. hen it is considered that Coach Mather in reality built two teams dur- ing the season, one before and one after the first semester, the feat of winning the Conference championship appears all the more remarkable. The first combination, which seemed well on its way toward the championship, was composed of Cap- tain Doyle at center, Chambers and Harri- gan at forwards, and Molenda and Cherry at guards. But when both Molenda and Cherry became inelig- ible in the middle of the season it became necessary to shift the team almost complete- b around right at the start of a strenuous road trip. Ginn took Molenda ' s place at W. KUENZEL MOCAR1DGE guard, and Harrigan was moved from for- ward to guard to fill the place left vacant by Cherry. Reece took the place of Harrigan at forward, while Doyle and Chambers retained their old posi- tions. The new lineup first showed its power in the game with Ohio State at Columbus, and the excellent show- ing made in that game seemed to change the attitude of the players almost overnight. From a dis- couraged, almost wrecked team, with- out seeming to have the slightest chance in the world of winning the championship, it became inspired to such a degree that in the last two games it was unquestionably the most powerful scoring ma- chine in the Confer- ence. Coach Mather himself declared that he was unable to ac- count for the sudden reversal of form, but was enthusiastic in his praises of all the mem- bers of the squad, sub- stitutes and regulars alike. But it is safe to say that the " Skipper " was unduly modest, and should have taken a great deal of the credit himself. 217 1926 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL T T has always been the policy of the Michigan coaches to give the fresh- men teams the best possible training, realizing that in doing so they are building better Varsity material for the future. Foreseeing the need of material of the finest for next year ' s basketball team Coach Fisher has devoted hours of the most patient work to this year ' s Freshman team. The following men were given the 1929 numerals in recognition of their ability: Algyer, Gilmartin, Hadley, McAfee, McCoy, McDonald, Nisson, Nyland, Palmer, Reason, Rose, Squire and Whittle. Truskowski, Walsh and Dan- iels were also excellent material and were well spoken of by the coach. Daniels was the most outstanding player at the position of center. There were quite a number of good guards among whom may be mentioned Algyer, McCoy, Nisson, Truskowski, and Daniels. Whittle, McDonald and Nyland were three forwards from whom it would be hard to pick the best. There were no outstanding stars in the squad but Coach Fisher was very much pleased with the spirit of cooperation shown by teams selected at random and played against each other. The men have caught the spirit of Michigan athletics in this, that they have striven for the victory, not as a group of individual players, but as a unit, as cogs in a well oiled machine. Considering that these men are raw and undisciplined, that they arc still undeveloped, they have done very good work and have shown great possibilities. PERSONNEL!, DURW1N D. ALGYER JOHN R. GILMARTIN CLYDE A. HADLEY WILLIAM F. MC FEE ERNEST B. MC COY WILLIAM F. MC DONALD WILLIAM E. NISSON H. NYLAND H. PALMER ROBERT REASON DANIEL P. ROSE GEORGE G. SQVIEK JOHN D. WHITTLE 21S w MINOR SPORTS BRIGGS FARRELL REINKE CALLAHAN HORNBERGER HARTWICK ISKENDKRIAN 1925 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM ' I S O start the season Coach Farrell had a number of veterans. In addition to Captain Callahan, there were Briggs, Hornberger, Reinke, and Jung, all of whom were veterans. In the annual dual meet with Wisconsin at Madison, Michigan could not overcome the early lead of the Badg- ers and went down to defeat, 33-22. Horn- berger finished second to Chapman of Wis- consin, and Callahan, Briggs, and Reinke took sixth, seventh, and eighth places re- spectively. In the second dual meet Michigan State was defeated 19-36, Hornberger, Briggs, and Reinke having fin- CAPTAIN CALLAHAN ished in order for the first three places. In a triangular meet with Illinois and Ohio, Michigan placed second to Ohio. But Briggs and Hornberger led the field in the order named. The scores were Michigan 40, Ohio 38, and Illinois 44. Although the Confer- ence meet was held at Ann Arbor on the home course, the Michigan harriers could place no better than fifth. The meet was won by Wis- consin, with Ohio, Illi- nois, and Iowa next in order. Clayton Briggs by being the first Mich- igan man to finish won the Harpham trophy for the second year in succession, the first time that such a feat has been accomplished. CAPTAIN-ELECT BRIGGS 220 PRESTOS PALMEROLI EWES PRESCOTT GREILIKG WILLIAMS MAVSARD CRANAGE SHASG MILLER KAILES FIMLEY MAGELKIRK HINCHBERGER GALSTERER SOLOMON DONAHOE BAKER, CAPT. KEEN, COACH GEORGE SAVER RICH 1 926 WRESTLING TEAM Clifford Keen was greeted by the largest group of wrestlers ever to report for the sport at Michigan when he took up his duties as successor to Coach Barker last December. The amount of enthusiasm displayed throughout the season has in- creased with time, and Coach Keen should complete the task of making the mat game one of the most popu- lar sports at the uni- versity a task which was effectively begun by Coach Barker three years ago. The outlook for the season was very bright __ _ before the end of the first semester, but ex- aminations took their customarv toll and the CAPTAIS BAKER prospects were not so bright when it was learned that several men, among them Cranage, a star 145 pounder, would be lost for the second semester. Nevertheless the team has improved with even " meet, and at the time this is be- ing written Michigan has won the last two meets, against North- western and M. S. C. The first meet of the year, against Ohio State, was lost by a good margin, but in the next match against Indiana last year ' s champions had a hard time to manage a win, 16-11. Northwestern has since been defeat- ed 12-2, and Michigan State was white- washed 14-0. COACH KEEX 221 JONES GABLER ROACH MC IH ' FK EARHART HOOPER BARSS, COACH WEITZEL WILMOT, MOR. SIBILSKY REYNOLDS. CAPT. 1925-26 HOCKEY TEAM AT the time the Michiganensian goes to press the Michigan hockey team is in second place in the Confer- ence standing. In the Conference games so far played, Michigan has been defeated twice by Minnesota, but has defeated Wisconsin once. Tie games have been played with both of the rival teams. At this time Minnesota there- fore seems almost certain of the title which Michigan won last year. At the start of the season, Coach Barss had a wealth of material. Captain Reynolds was back at center, and the veteran Weitzel returned as goal guard. Defense positions were well taken care of by Roach and Gabler who were re- inforced by the addition of Hooper at the end of the first semester. At the start of the season the wing positions were handled by Sibilsky and Fisher, but after mid-year examinations the veteran McDuff of last year ' s squad returned and assumed a regular wing position. Later on Fisher was shifted to center, and Capt. Reynolds tried his hand at playing wing. Earhart substituted in numerous games in a wing position, and Jones was an able understudy to Weitzel at goal guard The first game of the year was with Michigan State. Barss ' s men showed good form for an early season game and won 4-0. The first Conference game was a fiercely contested battle with Wisconsin, resulting in a 1-1 deadlock. The second game of the series Michigan managed to win 2-1, and by means of this victory mounted to first place in the standing. But Minnesota soon ousted them from their position by swamping the Wolverines 6-0, in the first of a two game series at Ann Arbor. Michigan showed great improvement in the second game and held the Go- phers to a 1-1 tie. In a two game series later at Minneapolis, Minnesota was twice victor, by scores of 4-2, 2-1. 222 MAXN. COACH DVXADX HI 1 1 INCH AM J . HALSTEli SAMPSON MA YES GOW. CAPT. HARRISON STARRETT BATTER . HALSTEI r I HE swimming team of the past - - year has been the greatest ever produced by Michigan, for at the time the ' Ensian goes to press the team has achieved a record of eight victories in nine meets, including a triumph over last year ' s champion, Northwestern. The team has amassed a total of 401 points to its opponents ' 186; has been victorious in all intercollegiate com- petitions; and, should it win the Big Ten meet, will be right in line for national honors. Beginning the year with a wealth of promising material, Coach Mann lost no time in moulding together a power- ful aggregation, and an innovation in the way of a pre-season training trip was arranged during the Christmas vacation. On this trip the Wolverine tank squad made an enviable record, winning from the Detroit Yacht Club 38-31, the Toronto Y.M.C.A. 44-18, and the University of Pittsburgh 50-19, 1926 SWIMMING TEAM and losing only to the Erie Y.M.C.A. 18-42. Michigan, by trimming the Detroit Yacht Club won the state A.A. L . title; in the Toronto meet the relay team broke the Canadian record for 200 yards, and the water polo team re- mained undefeated during the entire trip. In the inaugural Conference meet, the Wolverines swamped Indiana 55-13, winning even ' first and a large ma- jority of seconds from the inexperi- enced Hoosiers. Michigan ' s powerful tankers sunk isconsin in the second meet 49-20 by garnering six firsts and four seconds: while in their third Con- ference meet, Coach Mann ' s men had very little difficulty in defeating Chi- cago 55-14. The climax of the season came with the defeat by the Michigan aggregation of Northwestern, Confer- ence champions for the past ten years, 49-20, which clearly demonstrated the superiority of the Wolverine swimmers. JEROME TENNIS TEAM CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS tennis team of 1925 was one of the best to represent the Uni- versity in recent years. Beginning the season with successive victories over Michigan State, Marquette, and In- diana, Coach Angell ' s men lost their first and only Conference game to Ohio State by a 4-1 margin. Following this defeat, victories were registered over Iowa, Illinois, and Chicago. The Iowa match was the least hard fought of the three, for Michigan managed to win by the comfortable score of 5-2. But against Illinois the Wolverines had to extend themselves to the limit in order to win 4-3, while Chicago was downed, 4-2. The next two matches were played with schools outside the Con- ference. In the first of these Oklahoma was victorious 4-2, and Michigan was again defeated by a non-conference school in the next match against Cornell, 3-4. By defeating Northwestern 5-2 and tying Wisconsin, Michigan annexed the Conference title. In the intercol- legiate meet at the University of Chicago, Krickbaum won the dis- tinction of being the only Conference player to reach the semi-finals. Al- though he was not able to come through to the finals, his showing in the tourna- ment was excellent. At the close of the season varsity " M ' s " were awarded Captain Crane, Jerome, Krickbaum, Vose, and Elliott. Of the men on the freshman squad, Stephens, Langhorn, Segal, Vedder, Spicer, and Maloney were given their class numerals. Of these men Stephen ' s is probably the best prospect for this vear ' s varsity team. 224 WEI. IS. COACH HOLDSWORTH GLOVER PROF- TRl-E BLOOD GOLF TEAM DUAL MEET CHAMPIONS UNDER the leadership of Captain Mode Holdsworth the 1925 golf team went through the most success- ful season in the history of the sport at the University. All the dual meets of the year were won, many by one- sided scores, and in the Conference team championship at Chicago, Michigan finished second, three strokes behind Northwestern. In the first match of the season, Ohio State was defeated 23-1, in a match featured by the excellent play of Feeley and Holds- worth. The next team to visit Ann Arbor was Northwestern. This match was also won de- cisively, 20-4, and the team left on a trip to Illinois and Purdue with hopes of a Conference championship. Illinois gave stiff opposition, but CAFTAIX-ELECT FEE " LEY OF THE CONFERENCE when the final putt had been holed Michigan was in the lead 15-9. Paige Lehman played exceedingly well in this match, in spite of an injured finger. Arriving at Purdue the following day the Michigan golfers continued their good work by defeating Purdue 14-10, and their Conference record was kept clean | when they defeated Chi- cago in the final dual meet of the year, 12-9. At the Conference team championship Northwestern proved to be the dark horse, and Michigan could do no better than finish a good second, three strokes behind them. In the individual cham- pionship Holdsworth eliminated Feeley in the semi-finals, only to lose to Hisert of Chicago in the finals. CAPTAIN HOLDSWORTH 225 DICKINSON 1925 CHEERING SQUAD THIS year, the cheerleading squad was reorganized by the Student Council in an effort to eliminate the faults that had been apparent in the past. Formerly, the head cheerleader G. W. ROSS, JR., VARSITY CHEERLEADER had been elected on a campus ballot and his assistants picked by a com- mittee from the council. In this way, not only did politics play a large part in the election, but there was no method of training men for the position of cheerleader. In order to do away with politics, to provide the means of training men for their duties, and to secure the election of the man best suited for the position, the following system was adopted and is now in force. The cheering squad shall consist of a head cheerleader, four junior assistants and as many sophomore try-outs as the squad wishes to retain. The cheerleader is chosen from the competing juniors by a vote of the captains and managers of the four major athletic teams and the cheerleader. Four of the sophomore try-outs are chosen, at the same elec- tion, for assistants next year. 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PARKER, DAVIS PERROTT, JULIUS C. PLISKOW, ROBERT PRENTISi. WILLIAM C. PUSCH, JOSEPH RYAN, MARGARET SMITH, XANCE SOLOMON, THOMAS SUNDERLAXD, EUGENE WEINBERG, WM. J. WEIXMAX, SIDXEY WILSOX. FLINTERMAN SMITH WEINBERG PERROTT WILSON DE PUY WEIXMAN HAVEN NELSON NORQUIST BAUER ANNABLE PUSCH CODDISGTON GILBERT PARKER SOLOMON BOBRINK SUNDERUND COX 253 LITTLE IS SIXTH PRESIDENT r NORMAN R. THAL JOHN . CONLIN THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY NORMAN R. THAL, MANAGING EDITOR EDITORIAL ROBERT S. MANSFIELD MANNING HOUSEWORTH MARION MEAD LESLIE S. BENNETTS . . NEWS EDITOR CITY EDITOR . WOMEN ' S EDITOR TELEGRAPH EDITOR JOHN W. CONLIN, BUSINESS MANAGER BUSINESS THOMAS OLMSTEAD . . ADVERTISING MGR. CHARLES DAUGHERTY . . ACCOUNTS MGR. KERMIT K. KLEIN . . CIRCULATION MGR. FRANK SCHOENFELD. PUBLICATION MGR NIGHT EDITORS: WILLARD B. CROSBY, LEROY L. OSBORN, w. CALVIN PATTERSON, FREDERICK K. SPARROW, JR., CHANDLER H. WHIPPLE. ASSISTANTS: WILLIAM T. BARBOUR, VIVIAN BORON, JULIA RUTH BROWN, DOROTHY BURRIS, DOUGLAS DOUBLEUAY, MYRA C. FINSTERWALD, KATHERINE LARDNER, INA ELLEN LEHTINEN, GEORGE E. LEHTINEN, MARION MEYER, CATHERINE MILLER, ROBERT E. MINNICH, RALPH B. NELSON, MIRIAM SCHLOTTER BECK, KENNETH B. SMITH, NANCE SOLOMON, WENDALL VREELAND, MARION WELLES, MARY L. ZANG, ELLEN FUREY, THOMAS E. S I ' N DERLAN I) . THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY STAFF 254 te WALKER G. EVERETT FREDERICK E. STl ' RMEK MICHIGAN GARGOYLE WALKER G. EVERETT, MANAGING EDITOR FREDERIC E. HILL, ART EDITOR FREDERIC E. STURMER, BUSINESS MANAGER BERT AMSTER, ASST. BUSINESS MANAGER ASSISTANT EDITORS: NEAL XYLAN D CALVIN E. POLLINS FARRON L. STEVENS ART AND EDITORIAL STAFF: FREDERICK V. 7.1V, PHYLLIS D. RICHARDS. GEORGE W. ROSS, JR., MONROE C. LIPPMAN, WALTER C. SHIPLEY, WILLIAM DIBBLE, JR., NORMAN GILMORE, ROBERT SWINEHART, RALPH C. SMITH, ALBERT VYSE. UPPER BUSINESS STAFF: WALTER DECKER, JOHN HALSTEAD, LESTER SMITH, RAYMOND READ, SYLVAN- ROSEN BAUM. WILLIAM ROSE. FINKLER KENN EDY CHILMAN SPERO CRAMPTON SLOCUM KNOEPP DRAPER LIPPMAN SHIPLEY PINCHARD ROSS GOLDMAN ROBINSON BAKER DIBBLE ZIV STEVEN!- RICHARDS ROSE WATTS PHILLIPPI DECKER POLLINS HILL XYLANlt EVERETT STVRMER HALSTEAD READ ROSENBAVM SMITH 255 NEIL STAEBLER KENXETH G. SMILES MICHIGAN CHIMES NEIL STAEBLER, MANAGING EDITOR KENNETH G. SMILES, BUSINESS MANAGER EDITORIAL STAFF UPPER STAFF: KARL F. ZEISLER, ROBERT HENDERSON, RUTH SCHERER, WILTON SIMPSON, JOHN s. DIEKHOFF, ROBERT L. PERRY, THEODORE HORNBERGER. LOWER STAFF: R. N. DETZER, MILES KIMBALL, ETHEL KUHLMAN, ESTHER MERRICK, MATILDA SOMMERFIELD. BUSINESS STAFF UPPER BUSINESS STAFF: F. WALLACE BOUTELL, JAMES W. DAY, CLARKE HARRIS, MARION MEAD, BRADFORD G. WHITE. LOWER BUSINESS STAFF: PAUL J. ANDERSON, LEONARD C. BROWXLESS, PHIL D. COLLINS, LEIGH H. JACKSON, FRANCES M. RUDELL, EDWARD C. TREMBLE. SIMPSON KIMBALL PERRY COLLINS BROWNLESS SOMMERFIELD MEAU RUDELL KUHLMAN HENDERSON ZEISLER SMILES HARRIS JACKSON TREMBLE BOUTELL 256 Tak fiZ?G9HBI MICHIGA TECHNK j . THE MICHIGAX TECHNIC ADVISORY BOARD PROF. H. V. MILLER PROF. J.R. XELSOX PROF. J.E. EMS1VILER PROF. A. O. LEE PROF. E. M. BRAGG OFFICERS LOUIS R. K1RSHEMAN, 1926 MANAGING EDITOR KXOX B. HOWE. BUSINESS MAXAGER REINHARD A. HISS, 1925 MAXAGIXG EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS ARTICLES JOHX S. CONGO COLLEGE NOTES . . . FREDERICK W. CROX ALUMNI NEWS . . . GEORGE M. STANLEY PUBLICATION .... JOHN L. HERZOG ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENTAL MANAGERS ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS CIRCULATION SALES .... LESLIE VAN DOREX . CURT H. WILL JOHN A. ARDUSSI JAMES A. LAFER THOMAS D. SIDWELL ASSISTANTS: HUBERT v. GOCLDTHORPE, JOHX T. SNODGRASS, ROBERT j. WOODS, LOUIS c. JORDAN, BERNARD M. CAIN, KELLEV S. LASHLEY. THEODORE ROGVOY. CHARLES E. KAHR, EARL J. HARRIS, FREDERICK D. KXOBLOCK. CHARLES R. MITCHELL. JOHX L. WOTRIXG. RICHARD S. POTTS. CHARLES MOORE. WILFRED V. EVAXS. HARRIS WESTOX WOHUXG LASHLEY CAIX SNODGRASS EVAXS MTTCHEL1. GOULDTHORPE HERZOG LAFER ARDUSSI ROGVOY STANLEY CONGO K1RSHE HN HOWE WILL SIDWELL 257 LOUIS ROBERTSON- ACTING MANAGING EDITOR FRANK GRAHAM ACTING BUSINESS MANAGER OFFICIAL STUDENTS ' DIRECTORY ALLIN B. CROUCH, MANAGING EDITOR FREDERICK M. PHELPS, BUSINESS MANAGER I.OUIS ROBERTSON, ACTING EDITOR W. FRANKLIN GRAHAM, ACTING BUSINESS MANAGER ARLINE J. EWING, WOMEN ' S EDITOR UPPER EDITORIAL STAFF: HOWARD J. BAUCH, FREDERIC S. GLOVER, A. WENDELL HOLMES, ELLIOT C. ROBERTS, S. TYLER WATSON. UPPER BUSINESS STAFF: FRANCIS WILMOT, ACCOUTS; CHARLES LEE, CIRCULATION; FORREST HEATH, ORGANIZATIONS. LOWER EDITORIAL STAFF: RALPH K. ALBERT, LOYD CATRON, WILLIAM C. CAMPBELL, CHARLES R. DOUGALL, THOMAS J. DOUGALL, ERNEST A. MESSER, GEORGE E. MONROE, HAROLD B. MOTHERSILL, LORNE J. POOLE. LOWER BUSINESS STAFF: WAYNE BROWNELL, WYLE BO.NTNE, J. A. CUNNINGHAM , THOMAS FITZGIBBONS, MATTHEW HUDSON, CHARLES KRAMER, HARLEY KLINE, CARL KNICKERBOCKER, WILLIAM PATON, LAMSON RHEINFRANK. WOMEN ' S STAFF: BLANCHE D. BARTON, MARY GREENSHIELDS, JEAN G. GREENSHIELDS, EDWINA HOGADONE, MAE KELLER, KATHERINE LARDNER, DOROTHY MC GONIGAL, MARION MEAD, MARJORIE MILLER, DOROTHY MOREHOUSE, ABIGAIL NOON, FRANCES RUDEL, A. RUTH ROTHGEB, KATHRYN SHRAUDER, LAURA SOULE, LILA ZANG, ELIZABETH ZENTNER. KRAMER CUNNINGHAM BROWNELL DOVGALL WOOD BONINE SOULE M. GREENSHIELDS SHRAUDER ZANG MEAD LARDNER PECKHAM HUDSON VAN TUYLE MONROE POOLE WILMOT J . GREENSHIELDS CLARK NOON MC GONIGAL ZENTNER BAUCH HOLMES MILLER EWISG KELLER WERTEL HEATH LEE 258 MJC i s lfJP45l sn?$ E X U T I V E WILLIAM L. DIENER MICHIGAN UNION WILLIAM L. DIENER . PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENTS ROY H. CALLAHAN WILLIAM T. COLMAN L. BEAUMONT PARKS ROBERT J. COOPER E. ROMLE ROMINE FACULTY AND W. B. SHAW PAUL BUCKLEY . . . . PROFESSOR H. C. ANDERSON DEAN HENRY M. BATES . PROFESSOR J. R. HAY DEN- DANIEL F. ZIMMERMAN . ARCHIE DIACK . S. EMORY THOMASON . SELDEN S. DICKINSON JOSEPH A. BURS LEY . LITERARY ENGINEERING LAW MEDICAL COMBINED ALUMNI ALUMNI SECRETARY . FINANCIAL SECRETARY FACULTY MEMBER FACULTY MEMBER . FACULTY MEMBER ALUMNI MEMBER ALUMNI MEMBER ALUMNI MEMBER ALUMNI MEMBER ALUMNI MEMBER BOARD OF DIRECTORS CAI.LAHAN ANDERSON ' COLMAN ZIMMERMAN BARTON DIENER PARKS HOLBROOK 260 MICHIGAN UNION RICHARD E. BARTON H. THOMAS CAVANAUGH ROBERT HENDERSON RICHARD H. FREYBERG . DANIEL S. WARNER . ROBERT F. PRICE PAUL STARRZTT . LESTER F. JOHNSON . ELLIOTT M. CHAM BERLIN WALTER KUENZEL RECORDING SECRETARY GENERAL SECRETARY PRESIDENT OF MIMES PRESIDENT OF BLUE KEY HOUSE DEPARTMENT RECEPTION DEPARTMENT FATHER ' S DAY UNDERCLASS DEPARTMENT LIFE MEMBERSHIP DRIVE ASSISTANT RECORDING SECRETARY HOWELL RUSS, ASSISTANT CHAIRMAN OF HOUSE DEPARTMENT EUGENE B. POWER ASSISTANT CHAIRMAN OF HOUSE DEPARTMENT BOARD OF GOVERNORS PAUL BUCKLEY WILLIAM DIENER GEORGE T. BURKE JAMES O. MURFIN JOSEPH A. BURSLEY HERBERT C. SADLER JAMES K. WATKINS RICHARD E. BARTON EXECUTIVE COUNCIL RUSS HENDERSON " Kl ' EXZEL WARNER STARRETT CAVAXAUGH POWER DIEXER CHAMBERLIX JOHNSON- PRICE BARTON SMITH FREYBERC 261 KENNETH C. KELLAR THE STUDENT COUNCIL KENNETH C. KELLAR WILLIAM T. COLMAN EARL L. BLASER . CHARLES G. OAKMAN PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT . SECRETARY TREASURER MEMBERS SENIOR COUNCILMEN GEORGE VV. ROSS LEE ENSEL CHARLES OAKMAN CHARLES GRUBE JUNIOR COUNCILMEN VICTOR DOMHOFF EARL BLASER H. THOMAS CAVANAUGH COUNCILMEN EX-OFFICIO GEORGE W. DAVIS MICHIGAN DAILY WILLIAM L. DIENER . . . MICHIGAN UNION GLENN DONALDSON ATHLETIC BOARD EXSEL GRUBE DOMHOFF BLASER DONALDSON CAVANAUGH DIENER COLMAN KELLAR OAKMAX 262 E NGI NEE RING HONOR SOCIETY GEORGE A. MC BRIDE BARLEY J. BELL . CHAIRMAN SECRETARY AND TREASURER MEMBERS EARL D. BURNETT PAUL L. BURTON EUGENE F. CARDWELL EDWARD A. CHAPMAN JOHN M. DUNNING JOHN R. GILMARTIN JOHN I. GROSHKO GEORGE A. MC BKIDE BVRXETT GILMARTIX CHAPMAN CARDWELL MC BRIDE GROSHKO 263 STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION RENSIS LIKERT EARL RUETZ FRANK GALLAGHER . . DONALD TAYLOR DOUGLAS WHITTEMORE HOMER CORNELL GORDON CHAMBERS OFFICERS RENSIS LIKERT JOHN ELLIOTT THEODORE HORNBERGER H. C. COFFMAN H. H. GRAFTON PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY GENERAL SECRETARY ASSOCIATE SECRETARY D E PA RT M E X T H E A DS ALBERT BOEHR1NGER . ALBERT FLINDT EZRA YOUNG . HENRY GRINNELI. . HARRY G. MESSER CHARLES A. STEVENS . JAMES DE PUY FRED SHILLITO DON DOUBLEDAY . ARNOLD G. ANDERSON ' HIBLE DISCUSSIONS CONFERENCES EXTENSION FACULTY-STUDENT FINANCE FOREIGN STUDENT FOREIGN DINNERS FROSH HANDBOOK, MANAGING EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER . INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION JOHN CONGO INTER-RACIAL COMMISSION PHILIP LA HOWE MUSIC MILTON STAUB NEW STUDENT HAROLD A. MARKS PUBLICITY HOWARD MC CLUSKY RELIGIOUS EDUCATION JOHN ELLIOTT UNIVERSITY SERVICES HAROLD WILLIAMS VOCATIONAL COUNSEL JOHN GALLEY CHRISTMAS RELIEF EX-OKI- IC10 VICE-PRESIDENTS BAPTIST CATHOLIC CHRISTIAN SCIENCE . CONGREGATIONAL DISCIPLE EPISCOPAL WALTER F. DREYER EARL KLEINSCHMIUT WILLIAM M. MAZER FLOYD WINNER GEO. DOUGLAS . CALVIN POLLINS PARK KINIETZ . . LUTHERAN EVANGELICAL JEWISH LUTHERAN METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN UNITARIAN F LI NOT KINIETZ DOUBLEDAY CHAMBERS DE PUY STRAUB STEVENS TAYLOR COFFMAN LIKERT YOUNG SHILLITO WILLIAMS POLLINS GRINNELL BOEHRINGER DOUGLAS GRAFTON ANDERSON- MARKS ELLIOTT 264 o I MISS ELENOR MORGAN- CLEVELAND, OHIO CLASS OF 1927 J-HOP Heading the social calendar for the year, the 1927 J-Hop passed into history in a kaleido- scopic whirl of color and gaiety. Decorations of a distinctly futuristic pattern lent the un- usual note so sought after by Junior classes since the inception of the J-Hop, and moving music crowned the event with its intoxicating rhythm. I THE TRADITIONAL BLOCK " M " FORMED BY OVER EIGHT HUNDRED COUPLES WHO ATTENDED THE HOP. THE MUSIC WAS FURNISHED BY RAY MILLER, ZEZ CONFREY, AND THE ROYAL CANADIANS. 266 CLASS OF 1927 J-HOP JOHN H. LOVETTE, CHAIRMAN HARLEY J. BELL VICTOR DOMHOFF LEE C. FOWLE BEN FRIEDMAN LESTER F. JOHNSON- HENRY S. MAEVTZ KENNETH MICHEL FLOYD S. PARK DAVID REEL, JR. HOWELL RUSS H. LEROY SELMEIER GEORGE S. STANLEY ROBERT W. VILKINS JOHN H. LOVETTE BEl ' LAH, MICHIGAN " FOWLE MICHEL SELMEIER FRIEDMAN BELL DOMHOFF RUSS PARK MAENTZ REEL WILKINS LOVETTE JOHNSON STANLEY 267 SIXTH ANNUAL MILITARY HALL GEORGE C. WEIT ' EL, GENERAL CHAIRMAN EUGENE F. CARDWELL JOHN W. HICKMAN FRED CRON VICTOR OWEN TYI.ER WATSON PHILIP PACK GEORGE MC BRIDE JOHN LOVETIE WALTER GROFF GEORGE C. WEITZE1. ROYAL OAK 268 SOPHOMORE PROM CLASS OF 1928 FREDERICK T. BEAMAX. CHAIRMAN ROBERT D. ARMSTRONG HARRY M. GRINNELL HENRY M. NELLY LEE F. BUCKINGHAM JOHN A. MARSHALL PAUL P. OPPERMANN PAUL L. BURTON JAMES G. MC KILLEN CASSAM A. WILSON- FREDERICK T. BEAUAN JACKSOX 269 JOHN F. MILLER HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND FRESHMAN FROLIC CLASS OF 1929 J. FRANKLIN MILLER, CHAIRMAN C. H. BARNABY, JR. BERXADINE MALAY HERBERT K. OAKS BEATRICE BARRETT CHARLES MOORE HELEN RANKIN FREDERICK WINFIEI.D DONALD EASTER LOUISE MURRAY D. D. WALPER 270 MUSIC, ORATORY AND DRAMA KURT J. KREMLICK MANAGER UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN GLEE CLUB OFFICERS D. NEIL REID PRESIDENT JOHN BEAN SECRETARY LUCIAN LANE . . . REPRESENTATIVE TO THE BOARD OTTO KOCH LIBRARIAN BUSINESS STAFF KURT J. KREMLICK . L. STUART BULMAN . CARL ALBRACHT HAROLD CHARTER FRANKLYN BURGER . RICHARD SHERWOOD ELLIS MERRY ARTHUR E. QUANTRELL THEODORE HARRISON DWIGHT STEERE . WALTER C. WELKE MANAGER ASSISTANT MANAGER ASSISTANT MANAGER OFFICE ASSISTANT OFFICE ASSISTANT OFFICE ASSISTANT PRESS AGENT PUBLICITY DIRECTOR ACCOMPANIST INSTRUMENTAL DIRECTOR ALBRACHT SHERWOOD KREMLICK QUAXTRELL 272 C. H. ATWELL C. H. BEARDSLEY W. W. DICKERSON R. L. HALL W. A. HEINZ E. I. HERROLD FIRST TENORS C. S. HIGLEY J. R. HOGLE D. A. HUFF A. ]. LOGAN C. A. MERTZ A. NEWTON W. PAINE ]. XI. ROSEN E. A. RUETZ ]. H. SHAMAN- IS. STAEBLER P. E. TULLAR G. R. WATLAND A. E. WOODHEAD F. C. BRIMACOMBE B. BOYCE G. E. BROWNE C. C. CATHERX1AN H. K. CORNELL J. W. COWIN R. N. DETZER V. ANDERSON J. W. BEAN M. S. CARR M. L. CARROLL, JR. R. H. CHAPMAN P. R. CULKIN SECOND TENORS W. A. GREIG M. K. HUNT O. C. JONES C. KRAATZ T. J. MONTGOMERY H. MULLEN W. G. PATTON J. K. RAMSEY FIRST BASSES R. C. CULP J. E. GALLEY E. N. GODDARD B. HILL H. W. HOLMES O. C. KOCH S. P. ROGERS H. G. SCAHILL C. H. SCHUMACHER E. SCHATZ S. F. STRAIGHT J. B. WATTS H. WINSLOW A. C. KREINHEDER K. H. KUHN L. LANE X. MILLER B. L. NORTON H. A. WAGNER W. C. WELKE U. A. WENGER A. S. ANDERSOX H. C. ARMSTRONG C. BLACKWELL J. G. BRESSON H. CHALK L. C. CURL E. W. DAVIS R. B. EHLERS X. E. HOLLAND W. C. HOWE SECOND BASSES M. JUDD P. W. MOTHERSILL W. H. XELSON R. C. XYQUIST H. OLSON D. N. REID D. NEIL REID PRESIDENT R. E. REYNOLDS W. SCHNEIDER P. M. SCHUMACHER L. F. SEEGAR C. SESTOK P. J. STERR T. TROST H. C. WALKER L. H. WHITMAN F. V. WINXER CHALK HOLMES WAGNER BRIMACOMBE NORTON WALKER MULLEN WINSLOW BROWSE HUFF A.G.ANDERSON WOODHEAD HALL CULKIN KVHN MILLER BLACKWELL SHIPMAN P. SCHUMACHER NELSON BRESSON STERR BEARDSLEY KRAATZ HUNT ATWELL TULLAR MONTGOMERY BOYCE SCHATZ GREIG HOGLE GALLEY GODDARD ROSEN CULP CHAPMAN HERTZ RAMSEY OLSON WATLAXD KREINHEDER CATHERMAX HOLLAND WIXXER CURL V. AXDERSON CARR HOWE DAVIS HERROLD PACKER SCAHILL EHLERS JUDD WATTS WEXGER WELKE WHITMAX CORNELL MOTHERSILL TROST HIGLEY REID . MR. HARRISON BEAN STEERE KOCH 273 VARSITY BAND GORDON PACKER DRUM MAJOR OFFICERS WILFRED WILSON . J. WALTER WANNAMAKER. ROBERT A. CAMPBELL PAUL F. SCHLANDERER ROLLAND O. NISSLE . RUSSEL L. MALCOLM . THEODORE SCHNEIRLA ROBERT BURHANS GORDON W. PACKER FLUTES AND PICCOLOS ROY CURTIS WALTER SHIPLEY CLARINETS ARTHUR COOK F. L. BURRIS R. R. FISHER E. I. HERROLD H. KUENZEL J. H. LA ROWE T. B. RIDER A. A. ROTHSCHILD M. D. WERTENBERGER DIRECTOR STUDENT DIREC TOR FACULTY MANAGER STUDENT MANAGER ASSISTANT ASSISTANT . PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT . LIBRARIAN S. S. GILBERT C. S. TAPPAN G. D. TAIT D. HOEDEMAKER W. D. BRUMBAUGH R. H. MC PHERSON BASSOONS S. CHURCHILL CYMBALS HESSMER SOLOISTS OTTO KOCH R. NISSLE DRUM MAJOR GORDON PACKKR 274 CORNETS T. C. SCHNIERLA E. BACON S. J. SHURE A. EDWARDS M. GILES C. C. HOSTRfP R. F. WELLS H. KASABASH K. E. KIPP R. H. PAULSON G. B. STANFORD B. A. SCHNALU TRUMPETERS V. CHADVVICK D. WEEKES HORNS C. R. FLORY L. A. KALER G. Y. MEADER D. W. PALMER M. A. RICHARDS A. w. SCHLUCTER W. C. WELKE SAXOPHON ' ES H. J. DEASON W. F. ARDUSSI W. BURD X. C. REGLIEN S. L. SMITH C. STAUBACH C. R. TUTTLE M. A. WENGER W. P. NORTH TROMBONES J. K. ALTLAXD L. S. BONNELL V. J. MEADER P. P. MOCK C. R. SPRINKLE M. X. PIKE W. J. WEINMAN J. O. YEASTING JOHN CONE BARITONES E. C. GIFFORD W. R. MC CONOCHIE G. H. MEYER E. C. TOMSICEK BASSES J. W. WANAMATCER R. A. BURHANs R. NETZLEY R. F. WARD R. A. WATERMAX C. WU SIDE DRUMS W. V. OWENS H. L. WILSON H. P. HOWES E. WOLLERING D. GOLDSMITH W. LANGENAU LONG DRUM J. A. ARDUSSI CAPTAIN WILFRED WILSON DIRECTOR 275 MIMES OF THE MICHIGAN UNION OFFICERS ROBERT B. HENDERSON- PAUL BRUSKE . CHARLES H. HEINZ . PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY-TREASURER PROF. O. J. CAMPBELL PROF. BRUCE DONALDSON PROF. W. A. FRAYER FACULTY MEMBERS PROF. HERBERT KENYON PROF. EARL V. MOORE PROF. ALBERT A. STANLEY PROF. F. X. SCOTT PROF. LOUIS A. STRAUSS ANTHONY J. WHITMIRE R. A. CAMPBELL HOMER L. HEATH HONORARY MEMBERS E. MORTIMER SHUTER PAUL BUCKLEY DOROTHY STONE ROY HOYER WILLIAM F. AUSTIN PAUL BRUSKE H. THOMAS CAVANAUGH CHARLES J. DRESBACH VALENTINE L. DAVIES LEO I. FRANKLIN JOSEPH C. ELLIS WALKER C. EVERETT ACTIVE MEMBERS RUSSELL A. GOHRING EBEN M. GRAVES BARRE HILL ROBERT B. HENDERSON CHARLES H. HEINZ DONALD E. JOHNSON STANLEY B. LEWY CHARLES D. LIVINGSTONE FRANCIS L. MC PHA1L WILLIAM A. MAC VAY MILTON PETERSON J. FREDERICK PROCTOR CROSBY REESE CARL W. TREMPF DANIEL S. WARNER CARL A. WEINMAN HILL HEINZ ELLIS LEWY JOHNSON PROCTOR MAC VAY DAVIES FRANKLIN DRESBACH GRAVES PETERSON STRAUSS HENDERSON CAMPBELL SHUTER TREMPF CAVANAUGH 276 " TAMBOURINE " THE TWENTIETH ANNUAL OPERA, PRESENTED BY THE MIMES OF THE MICHIGAN UNION 1 THE BOOK AND LYRICS BY VALENTINE DAVIES AND WALKER EVERETT THE MUSIC BY MILTON PETERSON. CAST GYPSY WITCH . CAPTAIN OF THE GUARDS QUEEN OF SPADES. QUEEN OF DIAMONDS QUEEN OF CLUBS . QUEEN OF HEARTS JOKER BABE LADEER . EZRA SNIGGS . JOHANN .... THE BLACK QUEEN SONYA KING RUDOLF . DUKE OF JUGANIA DIPLOMAT .... CARLOS .... HUGH ARMSTRONG STANLEY BAUMGARTH BENJAMIN BOYCE WILLIAM COMSTOCK ELDRED DAVIS WESLEY DODGE LESLIE ALLEN- WILLIAM BISHOP JOSEPH BRADY GEORGE BURKE BRAYTON DEAN GIRLS ' CHORUS THOMAS DOUGALL WALKER EVERETT DAVID FOX PAUL GINSBURG WILLIAM HOAD DAVID HO WELL WALTER DECKER HAROLD DUDLEY RUSELL DUNCAN CLAYTON HAYDEN FORREST HEATH OTTO KOCH RUSSELL GOHRING MILTON PETERSON- BENJAMIN BOYCE FREDERICK PROCTOR DANIEL WARNER HENRY LATHROP RICHARD LUTES VALENTINE DAVIES STANLEY LEWY ROBERT HENDERSON- DANIEL WARNER BARRE HILL OTTO KOCH GORDON IBBOTSON NEAL NYLAND HENRY LATHROP ARTHUR MC KENNIE ROBERT MANCHESTER JAMES MURPHY JAMES NEWTON- FRANCIS NORQUIST MALE CHORUS DANIEL HUFF KENNETH LOWE JAMES NATHAN- THOMAS NORTON- JOSEPH PARSONS E. MORTIMER SHUTER DIRECTOR MILTON PETERSON ROBERT PRICE FREDERICK PROCTOR STEWART SINCLAIR FORD STODDARD MARTIN TANNER JOHN WILSON FREDERICK PINNEY JOHN RE1MERS CHARLES SESTOK EMIL STERN HENRY THURNAU GERALD WATLAND DOUGLAS WHITTEMORE CASSAM WILSON- THOMAS WINTER 277 ' :, THE UNION OPERA 27S 13 " TAMBOURINE " 279 LOOMIS BRUMME ELLIOT ROSE M. H. MILLER FARRELL MASLINE CLARK BRONSON LOUGHTOS MC CANN HILL OAKES MILLER TAYLOR DEXTON EFFINGER STRAUSS NVI.AND DAVIES EIRICH SHAFER GEDDES PUDRETH BROWNING COMEDY CLUB OFFICERS NEAL M. NYLAND . MARGARET H. GEDDES ELIZABETH STRAUSS DALE SHAFER J. RALEIGH NELSON. PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT . SECRETARY TREASURER DIRECTOR MEMBERS W. CARL BAUER i WILLIAM BROMMK LILLIAN R. BRONSON ALFRED A. BROWNING VIRGINIA BURKF. JOHN C. COOK VALENTINE L. DAVIES THOMAS K. DENTON MARGARET K. EFFINGER MARGARET R. EIRICH JOHN H. ELLIOTT ARTHUR W. FARRELL MARGARET H. CEDDES MARGUERITE J. GOODMAN- MARY LOIS GUDAKUNST ROBERT B. HENDERSON BARRE HILL KENNETH M. KING C. JAMES ORES BACH OTTO C. KOCH DOROTHY LELANI) MARION E. LELANO AMY G. LOOMIS PHYLLIS M. 1.OUGHTON JAMES K. MARTIN MARY LOU MILLER MINNA MILLER EVELYN M. MURRAY NEAL M. NYLAND RUTH ANN OAKES WARREN R. PARKER DOROTHY P. PUDRITH EUNICE Y. ROSE EARL P. SAWYER DALE SHAFER ELIZABETH STRAUSS SCHRADE MITCHELL RYAN ANDERSON BDiDFUSZ MC CORMICK BROWN SANDERSON GESSNER SULLIVAN HOVER BOKELL GOODALL FRIEDMAN HARRIS SCHOIAN GRE5EL RARTLETT MEIGHER HUDSON RICHARDSON HITZ1G ANDREWS . GATES DOCKER AY RATTRAY TAYLOR FORD RIDDERING STEPHENS BINGHAM -71 -s MILLER DIXON BOND SUYAT ADELPHI OFFICERS ALBERT M. STERN . HARRY E. BINGHAM EDWARD A. STEPHENS . RUSSELL M. SANDERSON ALBERT E. SAWYER SPEAKER CLERK . TREASURER SERGEANT- AT-ARMS ORATORICAL DELEGATE MEMBERS ARNOLD G. ANDERSON MARK S. ANDREWS LLOYD W. BARTLETT BARRT E. BINGHAM WILLIAM C. BISHOP ALBERT W. BOEHRINGER HIRAM C. BOND NORMAN C. BOWERSOX R. WENDELL BROWN KARL R. CRAWFORD WILLIAM C. DIXON ROBERT P. DOCKERAY RICHARD FORD JEROME J. FRIEDMAN WILLIAM N. GALL CLARE GATES ROBERT J. GESSNER RALPH W. GOODALL EARL C. GREMEL EARL J. HARRIS JAMES T. HERALD LEWIS R. HITZIG MATTHEW J. HUDSON MONROE C. LIPPMAN DOUGLAS E. MC CORMICK JOSEPH P. MEIGHER ROBERT S. MILLER HARRY A. MITCHELL ELLIOTT H. MOYER ROBERT W. RATTRAY HARVEY L. RICHARDSON- CARL J. RIDDERING OWEN C. RISDFUSZ THEODORE P. RYAN- RUSSELL M. SANDERSON- ALBERT E. SAWYER JOHN M. SCHRADE FREDERICK SCHUMAN ROBERT F. SCHWARTZ EDWARD A. STEPHENS ALBERT M. STERN- ARTHUR J. SULLIVAN DOJJATO T. SUYAT WILLIAM E. TAYLOR ARTHUR R. WOOD 281 SAWYER OLDEN STERN ' OI.IAX EASTCOTT DENSMORK POLLOCK TRVEBLOOI) DIXON DUTTON HORNBERGER ORATORICAL BOARD OFFICERS WILLIAM C. DIXON . . . PRESIDENT FRANK P. WEAVER . . VICE-PRESIDENT THEODORE HORNBERGER TREASURER MARGUERITE V. DUTTOX . . . SECRETARY TRUE BLOOD FACULTY HOLLISTER DENSMORE DELEGATES AT LARGE ALBERT M. STERN ALBERT E. SAWYER IRWIN A OLIAN GLADYS A. EASTCOTT SOCIETY DELEGATES ROBERT S. MILLER, ADELPHI MIRIAM OLDEN, PORTIA JAMES J. DUNN, ALPHA XL- MARGARET A. POLLOCK, ATHENA 282 . ALEXANDER SALZMAX GLASGOW MICHIGAN TEAM SECOND INTERNATIONAL DEBATE MICHIGAN-CAMBRIDGE Question: " Resolved that this house pities its grandchildren " RESULT Cambridge won by popular ballot of the audience. For the second consecutive year Michigan met a distinguished debating team from abroad, her rival on this occasion being Cambridge. An audience rivalling that which was in attendance at the Oxford-Michigan debate last year was on hand to witness Michigan ' s second international forensic encounter. Senator James Couzens, of Detroit, presided as chair- man and William C. Dixon, president of the oratorical Association, gave an address of we lcome to the visiting team. WINNER OF THE FIRST-SEMESTER EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING CONTEST SUBJECT " America ' s Air Policy " THOMAS V. KOYKKA TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL SERIES CENTRAL DEBATING LEAGUE MICHIGAN OHIO NORTHWESTERN Triangular Debate on the Question: " Resolved that the federal govern- ment should subsidize our commercial air service " . RESULTS Michigan affirmative team vs. Ohio at Ann Arbor Michigan won. Michigan negative team vs. Northwestern at Evanston Michigan won. MICHIGAN AFFIRMATIVE TEAM MICHIGAN NEGATIVE TEAM GOMBERG ELLIOT KOYKKA GERVAIS 284 WINNER OF THE NORTHERN ORATORICAL LEAGUE CONTEST SUBJECT " Emancipation of the Twentieth Century Slave " . PHILIP X. KRASXE FOURTH ANNUAL SERIES MICHIGAN-OHIO DEBATING LEAGUE MICHIGAN OHIO STATE INDIANA Triangular debate on the question: " Resolved, that the proposed child labor amendment to the national constitution should be adopted by the United States " . RESULTS Michigan affirmative team vs. Ohio at Ann Arbor Michigan lost. Michigan negative team vs. Indiana at Bloomington Michigan lost. MICHIGAN AFFIRMATIVE TEAM MICHIGAN NEGATIVE TEAM KNIGHT VAN VALKEN BURG 285 CRONIN GOOD COOPER DE BEVOISE SLINGLUFF SUMMERS RICHARDS MAC DONALD OLDEN HENCKEL VAN VAI.KENBURGH MURREY SCHULTZ LARDNER CAMPBELL FINE BROEHM BAIRI) VLIET SMITH LORD PARKS GOODMAN PORTIA LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS ELIZABETH VAN VALKENBURGH MARGARET HENCKEL ERMA SCHULTZ EVELYN MURREY PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT . SECRETARY . TREASURER MEMBERS ANNA BAIRD MARION BROEHM ELIZABETH CRONIN LORETTA COOPER ALICE CAMPBELL HELEN DE BEVOISE PAULINE DIEHL RUTH FINE MARION GOOD GENEVIEVE GOODMAN MARGARET HENCKEL KATHERINE LARDNER CLARINE LEVY MARGARET LORD GRACE MAC DONALD MARY MARTIN EVELYN MURREY RUTH MAGEE MARY KENT-MILLER MARGARET MILNES MIRIAM OLDEN MEREL PARKS INEZ RICHARDS JANE SUMMERS DORIS SLINGLUFF BF.RXICE SMITH SUSAN STORKE ERMA SCHULTZ ELIZABETH VAX VALKENBURGH ALICE VLIET ELAINE VAUPELL 286 9 AVT C.HARRISON D. HARRISON " ALVIN KINNEV ?_K FIXE WILSON BRADLEY - WELLMAX EVANS MASTERS GARST BAICKER NICHOLS C- CLARKE GREEN OSGOOD CLJVE N. C1.ARKE MAC DONALD MC CREDIE EASTCOn GERBERDIXG SCHEIRICH LA JEUNNESSE KNIGHT DUTTOX W1DMAIEK HAWX TUNIS ATHENA LITERARY SOCIETY FIRST SEMESTER DOROTHY I. CLINE NORMA CLARKE . NORM A GREEN . LAURA OSGOOD . OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE-PRES I DE NT SECRETARV TREASURER SECOND SEMESTER DOROTHY CLIXE MARIE VAN OSENBRUGGEN CATHERINE SCOTT HELEN GERBERDING MEMBERS EDITH ALVIN SARAH BA1CKER MAR1OX BR ADLEY LTCILLE CAN BY MARY CASTEEL COX STANCE CLARKE NORMA CLARKE DOROTHY CLIXE ITHMER COFFMAN MARGUERrTE DITTOS GLADYS EASTCOTT GRACE EDELUAX HILDA MARY EVANS CLETES FAGIN CECELIA LEE FIXE JOSEPHINE GARST HELEN GERBERDIXG XORMA CREEX CHARLOTTE HARRISON- DOROTHY HARRISON ELENORA HATTN HELEN HEBAUF DORIS HICKS LUCILLE HITTLE MILDRED IXNIS DOROTHY KINNEY GERALDINE KNIGHT VIVIAN LA JEUNNESSE GERALDINE MASTERS LUCILLE MAHR MARY MAC DONALD VIOLET MC CREDIE MARGARET NICHOLS MARIE VAN OSENBRVGGEN FLORENCE POLLACK IRMA SAXZENBACHER ALMA SCHEIRICH CATHERIXE SCOTT ELENORE SILK MATILDA SOMMERFIELD ALICE UNDERWOOD CECELIA VALLEE ELIZABETH WELLMAN HARRIET WESTOX FLORENCE WIDMAIER LUCY WILSON EDNA ZIECLER CAIN ABELE DAVIS BEHVMER JOHNSON WENGER EISERMAN BURKE PETERSON CHARTER MERRY M1NNICH SELMEIER THOMPSON- BRUMBAUGH MIKESELL IIORNBERGER KAPPA PHI SIGMA ALPHA NU CHAPTER OFFICERS H. LEROY SELMEIER PRESIDENT ELLIS MERRY VICE-PRESIDENT WILLIAM D. BRUMBAUGH SECRETARY HAL F. BURKE TREASURER MEMBERS EDER T. ABELE CHAS. E. BEHYMER ELDEN W. BUTZBACH JOE BRADY ALBERT B. CAIN MIKE GARLAND HAROLD W. CHARTER EDWIN W. DAVIS D. D. DUNN J. J. DUNN LYLE E. EISERMAN JOSEPH FARRELL M. D. GUETHER LUIS GIBSON THEODORE HORN BERGER GEORGE H. HUNTER NORMAN B. JOHNSON OSCAR A. JOSE PAUL J. KERN CHAS. B. KRAMER HUBERT S. MEKEEL, JR. CHAS. A. MERTONS JEROME B. MIKESELL ROBERT E. MINNICH ADOLPHUS G. NELSON C. A. NIERTENS, JR. VINCENT PETERSON JAMES R. POLLOCK LOYAL PHARES ROLAND SARGENT ELMER H. SALZMAN SEASON SPROUL MARION A. WENGER ALDEN T. WHITE BURTON B. SIBLEY HUBERT THOMPSON 288 L M U 290 CHAS ' NER PHIS NELSON- REID ENGINEERING COUNCIL OFFICERS FRAXK A REID, JR PRESIDENT LEONEL C. PITTS : VICE-PRESIDENT RUSSELL C. BAKER SECRETARY CURT H. WILL TREASURER MEMBERS CURT H. WILL LEOXEL C. PITTS. MAURICE H. NELSON DAVID A. FOX MARK L. IRELAND, JR. . FRAXK A. REID, JR.. HARRY HAWKINS RUSSEL C. BAKER . MARION S. HODGSON GEORGE S. CHANNER, JR. A.S.C.E. A.S.M.E. A.I.E.E. A.I.CH.E. QUARTERDECK AERONAUTICAL SOCIETY SENIOR ENGINEERING CLASS JUNIOR ENGINEERING CLASS SOPHOMORE ENGINEERING CLASS . FRESHMAN ENGINEERING CLASS 291 BEAL HILL MC BRIDE CRON GROFF LAY VAN KO UGH NET PERKINS HICKMAN BROWN OWEN SCHLOSBERG LOUISELL MEL BERG DUNN BRICKER TURNER SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS 1925 JOSEPH SEIDE B. M. COLLINS . W. VICTOR OWEN OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT TREASURER SECRETARY 1926 JOHN G. PERKINS WILLIAM N.VAN KOUGHNET . JOHN W. HICKMAN ROBERT C. SHAW CAPT. G. W. DUNN, JR., CHAIRMAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE JOSEPH SEIDE CLARENCE COOK LITTLE MORTIMER E. COOLEY JOSEPH A. BURSLEY ALFRED H. WHITE HONORARY WILLIAM C. HOAD ALFRED H. LOVELL HARRY W. MILLER WALTER E. LAY THOMAS J. MITCHELL ION C. HOLM WILLIAM C. LOUISELL GEORGE W. DUNN, JR. L. MONROE BRICKER RICHARD T. SCHLOSBERG HIRAM B. TURNER L. C. LEEVER ACTIVE JOSEPH A. BARKOVICH FREDERICK J. BEAL CHARLES H. BEARDSLEY HERMAN G. BREMENKAMPF CLARK H. BROWN PAUL L. BURTON- FREDERICK WILLIAM CRON WALTER C. GROFF CLETUS J. GALLOWAY EMERY B. HATCH JOHN W. HICKMAN WILLIAM C. HILL MARK L. IRELAND, JR. MILTON W. HEATH JOHN H. LOVETTE GEORGE A. MC BRIDE W. VICTOR OWEN JOHN G. PERKINS CARL G. SEASWORD JOSEPH SEIDE ROBERT C. SHAW WILLIAM N.VAN KOUGHNET 292 DREYER FERENZ HOADLEY JENSEN HA YWORD TOOT HILBVKGER HANSEN TOVNG KREVTilGEIt CHADWKK HIXKLEY MC WETHY TRAPP LEE EHLERS DE BOER F1XKLER ORCUTT STRASSER ARSCOTT METCALF WILL OWEN VAN OSENBRVGGEN " STILES AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS OFFICERS H.WILL .............. PRESIDENT WILLIAM L. METCALF ........... VICE-PRESIDENT W. VICTOR OWEN ............. SECRETARY LLOYD H. FiTTS ... . TREASTRER MEMBERS LEWIS B. ARSCOTT GEORGE R. CHADWICK SIDNEY DE BOER WALTER F. DREYER RALPH B. EHLERS HEXRY FERENZ LEONARD F. FINKLEK LLOYD H. FITTS ALFRED E. HAXSEN HOMER L. HAYWORD ELMER A. HILBURGER HERBERT W. HINKLEY LEMUEL D. BOADLEY ANDRE W T. JENSEN- H. kRElTZIGER PING W. LEE PIERSOS K. MC WETHV WILLIAM L. METCALF DARREL J. ORCITT W. VICTOR OWEN MERRtTT L. STILES WILLIAM J. STRASSER DAVID F. TOOT ARTHl ' R J. TRAPP DEREK VAN OSEN BRVCGEN CURT H. WILL ROBERT H. YOl NG 293 WARNER CRAWFORD DONALDSON HARRINGTON BUELL NEWTON COLEMAN EARHART STEVENS DOYLE CANDY KOEN1G FREYBERG WILSON MESSER CHAMBERLIN GRAHAM WEADOCK STANLEY WEAVKR KELLAR DOMIIOFF DAY ROSS DEISTER HAY GLOVER HILL FROEMKE NORTHROP WATSON BLUE KEY OFFICERS RICHARD H. FREYBERG PRESIDENT JOHN S. DENTON VICE-PRESIDENT GEORGE M. STANLEY SECRETARY HARRY B. KOENIG TREASURER JAMES W. DAY HISTORIAN MEMBERSHIP LAWRENCE BUELL, JR. ELLIOTT M. CHAMBERLIN WILLIAM T. COLEMAN KARL R. CRAWFORD JAMES W. DAY EMIL E. DEISTER JOHN S. DENTON VICTOR E. DOMHOFF J. GLENN DONALDSO N RICHARD F. DOYLE RICHARD EARHART RICHARD H. FREYBERG HARLAN FROEMKE JOSEPH E. GANDY FREDERIC S. GLOVER WILLIAM F. GRAHAM GEORGE J. HARRINGTON JOHN W. HAY, JR. FREDERICK E. HILL KENNETH C. KELLAR HARRY B. KOENIG HARRY G. MESSER JAMES E. NEWTON PHILIP M. XORTHROP WILLIAM H. PUCKELWARTZ GEORGE W. ROSS, JR. GEORGE M. STANLEY FREDERIC J. STEVENS FREDERIC E. STURMER DAN S. WARNER S. TYLER WATSON FRANK P. WEAVER ROBERT E. WEADOCK ROBERT S. WEIDEMANN STEVEN F. WILSON 294 WALKER WILLARD H. GREES WILSON PRYCE WOODWARD SOMERS WHEELER CROSBY CAMPELL ADAMS ROMMEL BEACDRY F. GREEN HUE BURXSIE CRAFTSMEN FACULTY ADVISOR ROBERT A. CAMPBELL OFFICERS E. MC LAY CROSBY . ARTHUR E. BEAUDRY RALPH ALLEN PRESIDENT FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT C. RUSSELL PRYCE SECRETARY HOWARD B. BURNSIDE . TREASURER GLEN G. MAC GILLIVARY FRANK WILLARD GEORGE HESTER DON C. WHEELER . FRANK T. WHITNEY HARRY A. ROMMEL . WARD CHADWICK TEAM CAPTAIN SENIOR DEACON- JUNIOR DEACON- SENIOR STEWARD JUNIOR STEWARD ORGANIST CHAIRMAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 295 SIMS LUMSDEN MUXSTER CRAIG HANl.EY KOEXIG HASEL MMl ' SON LES VOYAGEURS OTTO G. KOENIG, JR. JOHN H. HANLEY IVAN H. SIMS HUGH H. SLOSS . JAMES BRENNAN JOHN H. HANLEY OFFICERS CHIEF . VICE-CHIEF . KEEPER OF THE CACHE KEEPER OF THE RECORDS KEEPER OF THE TOLL-GATE KEEPER OF THE LEGENDS PROFESSOR E. C. CASE FACULTY MEMBERS PROFESSOR L. J. YOUNG H. M. L VMS DEN MAX. M. PEET, A.M., M.D. ASSOCIATE MEMBERS FREDERICK M. GAIGE, A.B. ROBERT CRAIG, M.S. ANGUS M. BABCOCK JAMES BRENNAN THEODORE J. CASE ACTIVE MEMBERS JOHN H. HANLEY WILLIAM B. HOOPER OTTO G. KOENIG, JR. SIDNEY V. OSMAN IVAN H. SIMS ROBERT S. SIMPSON HVGH H. SLOSS DUNCAN STEWART 296 BREXCHE MC CAIN SM ALLEY WHEELER MUNSTER SLO! MARTELL KLEPINGER HASEL KOEXIG CRAIG JOTTER MELICHAR HAXLEV FORESTRY CLUB OFFICERS OTTO G. KOEXIG, JR PRESIDENT J. H. H AX LEY VICE-PRESIDE XT RUTH WHITTIER SECRETARY IVAN H. SIMS TREASURER PROF. L. J. YOUNG FACULTY PROF. ROBERT CRAIG PROF. E. V. JOTTER H. M. LUMSDEN MEMBERS KENNETH M. ALLEN- JOHN W. ANDERSON CLINTON H. COULTER JOHNSTON C. CRAIG STUART ELLIS AUSTIN A. HASEL JOHN H. HANLEY WILLIAM B. HOOPER EDWARD S. HOLMES MYRON B. KAHLER OTTO G. KOENIG, JR. ELDRED R. MARTELL NORMAN L. MUNSTER CHARLES MELICHAR RANDALL MC CAIN- HERBERT E. OCHSNER WILLIAM H. PLETCHER CLAYTON W. SCRIBXER IVAN H. SIMS HUGH H. SLOSS LEONARD M. SMALLEY NORMAN T. STARK FREDERICK P. STRUHSAKER LUTHER A. TIPPERY ARNOLD R. TOIVONEN RUTH WHITTIER DONALD W. WINTERS 297 RICHARD VARO KINNEV STEERE HOBBS FRITZ BARBOUR SOUTHWARD BANFIEI.D PARKS ADRIASCE GWIXER HUNT SCHROEDER HUSTON SMITH M. COWEX HALL BURT BARRY DICK A. BOURQVIN TISTH KOYKKA WELLS SANDERSON SCHOEXFELD RYAN KINIETZ BONELL J. BOURQUIN MURRAY HORUBUCK EARL KARAY LA JEUXESSE BROWN CLARK MONTGOMERY MILLER BUELL MOORMAN LOUGHIX SUMXER WILKINSON SAGE BIRD SLIXGLUFF EIRICH CALLEXDER PARSOXS CASE PATOX LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS OFFICERS EMMANUEL N. KARAY . JOSEPHINE CLARK . VIVIAN LA JEUNESSE THOMAS V. MONTGOMERY DR. HALKRED C. BROWN PRESIDENT . VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY . TREASURER FACULTY DIRECTOR ACTIVE MEMBERS GERTRUDE I. ADRIANCE WALTER ALLMAN GERMAINE E. BAER HARRIET I. BARBOUR RUTH E. BANFIELD LAURA A. BARRY BEATRICE BIRD SAMUEL S. BONELL ALICE I. BOURQUIN JESSIE I. BOURQUIN F. LESTRADE BROWN STELLA BRUNT MARGARET BUCK GENEVIEVE E. BUELL MARIE-LOUISE BURT ALICE CALLEXDER LOUISE H. CARLISLE MERIODINE A. CASE JOSEPHINE A. CLARK HELEN COVELL MYRTLE D. CREGO ADDIE CROFTS DOROTHY F. DICK M. GAE DILLON VIRGINIA E. EARL MARGARET K. EFFINGER MARGARET R. EIRICH HELEN A. FOWLER FLORENCE FRANK MILDRED FRITZ MARGOT GOLDSMITH ANDREW GOODMAN WILMA A. GWINER HELEN B. HALL ELISABETH HARRIMAN CATHERINE HOBBS ROYENA M. HORUBUCK FLORENCE HUNT LLOYD HUSTON MARIAN J. HUSTON PAULINE E. INGOLD C. EDWARD JENNINGS ELLEN JOHNSON MARJORIE E. JONES EMMANUEL N. KARAY CATHERINE KELDER GARLAND KELLOGG DOROTHY C. KINNEY WILLIAM KNODE THOMAS V. KOYKKA C. KRASSOVSKY VIVIAN N. LA JEUXESSE MARIAX L. LAWLESS FRANCES MC COWEX VIRGINIA MEAD A. MISIAKOULIS THOMAS J. MONTGOMERY MILLIE A. MOORMAN FLORENCE E. MORSE HELEN K. MURDOCK EDNA MURRAY ELIZABETH NUTT 10NE B. PALMER LOIS A. PARKS HELEN I. PARMELEE RUTH E. 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BARTLEY PRESIDENT GEXEYIEVE M. SPEERS VICE-PRESIDENT MARION KUBIK SECRETARY CHARLES T. LEE TREASURER ERMELINDO A. MERCADO FACULTY ADVISOR MEMBERS JORGE MAZABEL VIOLET MC CKEDIE JOSEPHINE E. MEGARO MILLIE A. MOORMAN GERTRUDE I. ADRIANCE AUDREY R. ALBERT SANTOS P. AUVDEO LORAN G. BARTLEY GLADYS BERNE-ALLEN " MARGARET H. BREER JUDITH I. BREITENBACH JOHN M. BRIDGMAN MILDRED E. BURCK MARY I. CAMPBELL MARY E. CARLISLE GWENDOLEN L. CHARLES MARGARET E. CLEMENS CATHERINE M. CLARK JOSEPHINE A. CLARK HARRY M. COLE RUTH L. CRAGIN MYRTLE D. CREGO KATHLEEN M. DAVIS VICTOR M. DEL VALLE EDITH M. DOMBEY LUCY DOMBOORAJIAN VIRGINIA E. EARL JOSE ENRIQUEZ HELEN A. FOWLER PHILIP B. FRANK EVELYN F. GRAY CARLOS A. GUARDIA PHYLLIS M. GULICK WAVE I. BANNA LUCILLE F. HARRIGAN AMY J. HARRISON- MARY E. HASKELL B. LOUISE HOFMANN MILDRED E. INNIS AGNES W. JONES HELEN M. KAGAY CATHERINE D. KELDEK EDITH KINDER DOROTHY E. KRAU5E CLARA E. KRUEGER MARION KUBIK GEORGIA V. KUTAK MARIAN L. LAWLESS FLORENCE I. 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HOWARD ALBERT R. PYOTT JOHN C. CARROLL SENIORS THORNTON E. WATERFALL JOHN J. SCHANTZ ORVILLE V. VAUCHAN JOHN M. HALSTED WILLIAM F. GRAHAM EDWARD D. TEBBETTS JUNIORS HARLAN FROEMKE JOHN BURNHAM THOMAS D. OLMSTED. JR. ROBERT L. HALSTED HARRISON T. ORR SOPHOMORES ARCHIBAL M. BLACK JOHN J. MA HAN ROBERT N. PRENTISS NAT P. ROGERS CHARLES P. PINCKARD LOUIS J. KELLY MAXWELL E. NICKERSON WILLIAM H. PATTON BRADFORD L. CARVER JOHN W. TARBILL, JR. FRESHMEN- GEORGE S. CHANNER, JR. EDWARD H. WACHS PHILIP E. SLAYTON THOMAS J. KULLMAN CHARLES O. WHITE HARRY H. MAUS, JR. FRANK R. SHUCRUE WILLIAM L. MANEY MEMBERS IS FACULTY: DEAN JOHN R. EFFISGER. EDWARD H. KRAUS, DETLEV W. BKOSK. RANDOLPH G. ADAMS. RALPH J. HARLAN. MEMBERS IS CUV: HAROLD E. COVERT. MILO OLIPHANT. JAMES K- MARTIN. OTTO J. SCHNEEBELI. LOUIS S. MAY, WILLIAM B. CUDLIP. CYRENUS C DARLING. CHARLES S- H1GLEY, ROBERT W. COXDER. FORREST S. CROCKER. M4NEY MAU WHITE CARVER SHUGRliE TARBILL CHANNER ORR PATTON ROGERS WACHS KULLMAN HALSTED KELLY J. HALSTED BURSHAM S1CKERSON PRESTISS GRAH-AM WATERFALL VAUGHAN HOWARD CARROLL SCHASTZ OLMSTED 339 MICHIGAN CHAPTER Delta CJpsiloTV ESTABLISHED 1876 ACTIVE MEMBERS FREDERICK J. STEVENS RICHARD H. FREYBERG HOBART D. HOYT SENIORS EARL D. KRICKBAUM MERIAM C. HERRICK WILLIAM M. HOAD CORNELIUS L. T. GABLER OSCAP A. JOSE, JR. JOHN R. RANDALL JAMES A. LAFER ANDREW W. KLEIN DALES A. KNAPP MARION A. WENGER JOHN A. MARSH JUNIORS WILLIAM D. COVENTRY CHARLES T. LEE DAN WARNER WEDDELL J. BERKEY DANIEL A. HUFF SOPHOMORES JOHN D. MC DONALD CLIFFORD E. CRIMI ROBERT C. TETER WILLIAM D. BRUMBAUGH, JR. BROOKS MARSHALL FREDERICK J. PARSONS DONALD C. WADDELL CHARLES M. MOORE JOHN D. WHITTLE FRESHMEN GEORGE H. MATCHETT JOSEPH M. FARRELL WEBSTER STERLING EDWARD M. CHAFFEE MEMBERS IN FACULTY: ARTHUR L. CROSS, HARRISON M. RANDALL, CLARENCE L. MEADER, JOSEPH H. DRAKE, PHILLIP HADLEY, WALTER B. FORD. WILFRED B. SHAW, FRANCIS B. VEDDER, CHARLES F. DEISS. MEMBERS IN CITY: ALBERT E. GREENE, EDWIN J. HUNTINGTON, HORACE G. PRETTYMAN, ARTHUR W. STALKER, HARRY M. HAWI.EY. H. D. SCOTT, HARRY W. NICHOLS, FREDERICK G. NOVY, JR., ALVIN D. BLIEDEN, EDWARD S. CLARK, JR., ARTHUR R. WOODBURNE, EDWARD B. CASTLE. JOSEPH F. WHINERY, LAWRENCE CLARK, W. A. FAUVER. WHITTLE MOORE MATCHETT RANDALL BRUMBAUGH MARSHALL PARSONS KLEIN LEE WARNER STEVENS HERRICK FARRELL CHAFFEE V MC DONALD MARSH HUFF GABLER KRICKBAUM FREYBERC; WENGER COVENT RY HOYT STERLING KNAPP HOAD LAFER CRIMI TETER BERKEY 340 THETA THETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1877 ACTIVE MEMBERS RICHARD M. MAXWELL SENIORS HAYMOND G. HARRINGTON BERTON BALES GEORGE THOMASSON WILLIAM A. HAYES JUNIORS MARK KEARNEY HOWARD L. PRESTON- JOHN R. DICKEY MARVIN HALL HENRY WALLECK HENRY M. 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MESSER A. MEDSGER PAULSON MIETHE POOLE WELLS BARNETT CLANEY COLE SHEEHAN DOUGALL H. MEDSGER DANIELS PRICE EDGAR BLAKE CORBUS SEVALD ABRAMS WORLEY HANSCOM HARDER ROBERTSON MEYER KOENIG H. MESSER WILSON JOHNSON KOCH BOWMAN FASQUELLE WETZEL 342 ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1887 ACTIVE MEMBERS WALKER G. EVERETT WILL L. HARRIS DONALD D. TAYLOR HOWARD S. KENNEDY GEORGE J. GALE JUNIORS VICTOR E. DOMHOFF ALBERT C. KIMBALL JOE C. FOSTER JAMES L. COLE FAION G. HOUSE JUDSON BRANCH EDWARD D. RICH JOHN A. WHITWORTH THEODORE H. MACK FRANK C. STRACHAN FARRON L. STEVENS JOSEPH BEERY HERBERT A. HALL WILLIAM A. RUBLE JAMES M. SWAN- CARL P. STAMM AX- STEWART FENNER SOPHOMORES JOHN T. DALTON RICHARD TEEL WILLIAM MOORE ROBERT F. PRICE JAMES F. MARTIN RUSSELL A. GOHRING FRANK L. WACHTER, JR. GEORGE SCHMEMAN RAY FRIEDMAN WILFRED EVANS FRESHMEN- EDWARD CUNNINGHAM RAYMOND WACHTER JOHN MARKS THOMAS W. DALTON MEMBERS IS FACULTY: HENRY A. SAUNDERS, CHARLES W. EDMUNDS. EARL Y. MOORE, ERMINE W. CASE, HUGH M. BEEBE. ALBERT E. WHITE, GUY M- WHIPPLE, SAMUEL CHAMBERLAIN . STEVENS FEXXER GDHR1NC, HOUSE RICH WACHTER MACK DALTOX COLE SWAN DOMHOFF RUBLE MARTIN STAMMAN WHtT.VORTH EVERETT GALE TAYLOR PRICE SMEATOX STRACHAN CUNNINGHAM WACHTER SCHMEEMAN FR1ED.MANX EVANS MARkS BEERY BRANCH HALL DALTON 343 IOTA- BETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1888 ALLIN B. CROUCH ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS J. GLENN DONALDSON WILLIAM F. WINCHELL ]. BRADLEY 1IAIGHT STEVEN F. WILSON- WILLIAM H. HEKRNSTEIN JAMES H. BELL JAMES W. DAY HERMAN HOEK JUNIORS ARTHUR L. EVELY JOHN W. HAY THOMAS J. MURRAY MARSHALL A. PREHN F. CLINTON BOWERS JOHN M. LANG SOPHOMORES WILLIAM W. DONALDSON GEORGE E. MONROE J. HARDING TOWNSEND CARL R. DARNALL JAMES W. POLING RONALD A. WALTER JOHN L. KURTZ CARL E. TIIISTEI) FRESHMEN ROBERT S. ANDERSON REGINALD GADDESS FRANK L. CORY WILLIAM W. HENDERSON CHARLES H. LOCKTON DONALD J. CORRIDEN BYRON H. KNAPP GEORGE K. MAC DONALD JOHN D. DOUGHMAN GEORGE R. KIN(. MEMBERS IN FACULTY: CASS S. HOUGH, CARROLL H. MAY, ARTHUR U. MOORE, CHARLES T. OLMSTEAU. MEMBERS IN CITY: OTTO HANS. JOHN J. COX, FRANK STILES, CHARLES H. CORY, JOHN I . LOCKTON, DONALD W SIRAMOS DOUGHMAN LANG DARNALL TOWNSEND THISTED C. LOCKTON POLING MONROE KURT? WALTERS EVELY HAY MURRAY PREHN HOEK BELL BOWERS DAY WINCHELL, J. LOCKTON SCRANTON HAIGHT J. G. DONALDSON WILSON HERRNSTEIN CROl_TH KNAPP GADDES ANDERSON HENDERSON KING CORRIDEN CORY MAC DONALD 344 GAMMA DEUTEROX CHARGE ESTABLISHED 1889 ACTIVE MEMBERS GEORGE H. SEHRIXG QCIXCY W. WELLINGTON ROBERT S. MANSFIELD AIXSWORTH BOOTH J. THURMAX CLARK WALTER C. YOUXG MASON L. WELLS JUNIORS WALTER R. SHAFER RICHARD B. WESTXEDGE CARLOS D. KELLY JAMES R- DE PUY ALDEX B. DOW RICHARD J. PRESTON MAURICE C. RAXSFORD LAWRENCE BUELL, JR. SOPHOMORES SEELEY M. CHAPMAN J. HEXRY TH VRX A U HENRY M. KLI XE JEROME W. WOOD LAURANCE J. VAX TUYL THEODORE R. SKINNER CLARK E. HARRIS EDWARD D. SOLOMOX FRED A. ASTOX RICHARD HERRMANX FOREST L. KEENAX WILLIAM R. THfRXAU MELVILLE B. SCHENCK FRESHMEX HARLEY A. HAYXES HOWARD C. JACKSON FREDRICK T. BISSELL W. MORRIS QUIXX FREDRICK R. PARKER WILLIAM F. MC AFEE J. EDWARD HEATH MEMBERS IS FACULTY: EDMUND E. DAY. ROKECT L. FROST. EARNEST F. BARKER. MEMBERS IS CITY: REV HERBERT A. JUMP. DR- WILLIAM C. REIEC. FRANK F. VAN Tl " VL. W, HACKLEY BUTLER. EDWARD D. WARNER. BENJAMIN E. GROVES. HARRY O- POTTER. H. CEOKCE FIELD. H. kV.P IvEESA. EUGENE E. StOlT. JAMES W. WILSON. STUART W. ROBINSON. CHAPMAN VAN TUYL WOOD SKINNER ASTOM KEENAN KLINE SOIjOMON HARR1S HERRMANN DE PUY WILSON THURNAU SHAFER RANSFORD DOW PRESTON WESTNEDGE BUELL WELLS WELLINGTON BOOTH CLARK KELLY HEATH JACKSON HAYNES SIC AFEE BISSELL QUINN THURNAU PARKER SCHENCK 345 MICHIGAN C HAPTER ESTABLISHED 1892 ' Delta CKi ACTIVE MEMBERS FRANK W. ATKINSON- CARL M. FRANK FOUTS A. MEESE KARL R. CRAWFORD MYRON E. MERRY JOHN H. BOBRINK CARL H. DOERGE RICHARD E. BARTON- DOUGLAS R. GINK RICHARD B. MERRIMAN ELMO H. ECKER KENNETH A. MICHEL HARLAN }. YELLAND SENIORS WILLIAM G. COFFIN- BRUCE R. GREGORY OREN L. ROBERTSON- JUNIORS DAVID W. JOHNSTON- ELLIOTT ROBERTS STANLEY J. DEITRICK PAUL S. BRYANT SAMUEL E. GAWNE SOPHOMORES LLOYD E. CATRON FERRY REYNOLDS LOUIS F. PHILLIPPI FRED M. ASPECK FRESHMEN- IRVING H. CEDARGREEN FRANK P. HOLMES CHARLES W. MAC GREGOR FRANCIS P. SHERK WILLIAM R. DAY JOHN E. MACKEL BEN D. THIRLBY ALAN W. HOLMES C. EDWARD SMITH CLINTON H. COULTER ROBERT D. WINKWORTH FRANK E. MEESE GEORGE E. RICH MEMBERS IN FACULTY: THOMAS H. REED, EARL S. WOI.AVER. MEMBERS IN CITY: CLIFFORD A. MITTS, JOHN H. WITHERSPOON, FRANK E. LEWELI.EN. CATRON WINKWORTH CEDARGREEN RICH COULTER ASPECK A. SHERK F. MEESE BRYANT DOERGE PHILLIPPI MERRY SMITH ROBERTS JOHNSTON GAWNE REYNOLDS BOBRINK CRAWFORD GREGORY THIRLBY FRANK DEITR1CH MERRIMAN HOLMES YELLAND ATKINSON MESSE COFFIN BARTON MICHEL ROBERTSON MACKEL ;INN DAY 346 ALPHA-ZETA CHAPTER ALONZO A. ALLEN CHARLES W. GRUBS WALTER E. BERGER LEO W. HOFFMAN KENTON M. PRITCHARD GEORGE ANN ABLE OREN GREEN- rvappa ACTIVE MEMBERS ROBERT F. BACKER HARRT HAWKINS M. JACKSON STITH CHARLES B. CHASE C. SASBORN HUTCHINS ANGUS ROY SHANNON- SENIORS CLARK L. CHASE MC KENZIE SHANNON HERBERT M. WALLACE JUNIORS E. CLARK DAVIS E. DONALD LAURENCE STUART H. SINCLAIR SOPHOMORES ROGER CARR CHARLES E. ROBINSON PAUL COOK JO CHAMBERLIN J. ALBERT ROESCH, III WILLIAM A. CHILMAN FRESHMEN CECIL MARTELL MAX PITTELCO ESTABLISHED 1892 FRANK DEANS HAROLD STEEL LE ROY C. HESTON HENRY S. MAENTZ ARTHUR J. ZIMMERMAN JOHN A. CUNNINGHAM JOHN ALBERSON DONALD MC KAY ROBERT PETRIE PAUL WEBSTER CHARLES WOOD IN FACULTY: A. E. WOOD. F- X. MEXEFEE. f. W. PETERSON, F. B. STEVENS. IX CITY: MAYXARD A. XEWTOX. RICHARD I- LAITREXCE, A. B.. RICHARD TRAVIS, ROBERT KIRSCHMAS. ROBERT GILLJXC.HAM. ALBERSOX MARTELL PETK1E CROSBY WOOD K PITTELCO VEBSTER GREEN ASXABLE CHILMAX CHAMBERLIX ROBISSOX CUN ' XIXGHAM ROESCH CARK S1XCUIR DAVIS HOFFiUX BERGER ZIMMERMAN PRITCHARD HUTCHIXS CHASE A. SHANNON MAEXTZ HESTOX L. L " REXCE HAWKIXS BACKER M. SHAXXOX WALLACE STfTH ALLEN GRVBE 347 ALPHA PHI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1902 A. GEORGE ABBOTT EARL C. GREVER MARTIN D. CAREER FOORMAN L. MUELLER JOHN W. BLANCHARD F. LESTRADE BROWN LEWIS F. BROWN- ROBERT C. CAINE EDWARD L. HULSE JOSEPH E. CANDY JOSEPH J. FINN- DONALD C MARTIN W ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS FREDERICK L. PITNER KENNETH E. MORGARIDGE JUNIORS MILLER PHILIP M. PFAFFMANN, JR. TANNER, JR. THEODORE HORNBERGER S. TYLER WATSON SOPHOMORES FREEMAN CRAMPTON WILLIAM D. EDWARDS, JR. CARL R. GREVER HARLEY B. KLI M. JOHN J. MOLENDA WILLIAM C. PUSCH L. KEITH GOODRICH M. DOUGLAS GUENTHER CALVIN N. SOUTHER FRESHMEN MANLY K. HUNT DONALD S. SMITH THOMAS THOMAS KOYAL F. CHERRY KENNETH G. SMILES ROBERT L. HALL WILLIAM L. MUI.l.IX THOMAS E. SUNUERLAND CHESTER A. CAVE THURSTON E. THIEME ROBERT E. CASTOR WILLIAM T. BUCHANAN- MEMBERS IN FACULTY: FRANCIS L. GOODRICH, HALFRED C. BROWN, JAMES B. POLLOCK, SHIRLEY W. SMITH, PRESTON M. MICKEY, HENRY E. K1CGS. JOSEPH R. HAYDEN, EDSON R. SUNDERLAND, ALFRED S. 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B HVGHEY MAC NEIL LOWERY RICH MAC PHERSON WILSON SCHLOTTMAN LELAND FITZPATRICK BROWN WAGNER MC LEAN LANG CRIGHTOX NDSON LALLY GOODRICH NORTHRLT PERSING LEINAV LAUOREE BECK AIXAX MML1 SMITH KF11 Ag HOWE MARK! WALZ WYKKEL 349 EPSILON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1902 ACTIVE MEMBERS GORDON J. BURRIS HOWARD D. HOUSE RAY L. COMB ROBERT W. KARPINSKI T. GLENN HARROLD LESTON S. WHITEHEAD BARKE HILL D WIGHT M. STEERE FOREST C. BRIMACOMBE WILLIAM E. HAMAKER WILLIAM BROMME OTTO C. KOCH PAUL F. SCHLANDERER J L ' NIORS BRUCE C. DAVIS DANIEL R. LASHMET BEVERLY WATTS RAY X. FAULKNER ROLAND O. NISSLE MYRON O. BURNESON LORRAINE NORTON SOPHOMORES JOHN P. CONE GORDON W. PACKER ROBERT A. CONN ROBERT E. SANGSTER RALPH B. JOACHIM DAVID A. TURNOCK MILO E. UNDERBILL VINCENT C. WALL LESTON D. WESTON FRESHMEN- HERBERT T. ANDRESS J. ARTHUR BAUBIE CLARENCE L. BECKER OTTO H. BROWN ROBERT E. FINCH HERBERT J. PALMER FILLISON L. 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FREDERIC PROCTOR ANDREWS MC DOVCALL MO MOT SMITH PESEK MC LEXNAN THOMAS ATKIXS PREl " BS SCH -MACHER CAtTFMAN STRONG IBBOTSON I-fYSTER COLWELL STRVNi: DECKER PATTOS HOOPER SLOCUM OSBORX HAOEX DARLING SCHNEIDER DUNCAN KOENIG HOVSEWORTH KOEPCKE 361 ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER TKeta CKi ACTIVE MEMBERS ESTABLISHED 1919 S. ARTHUR BANNISTER JOHN H. ELLIOTT NEIL O. STAEBLER PHILIP C. COOKE JOHN S. DIEKHOFF EMIL J. VOELKER SENIORS MILTON D. GREEN JO A. GRAVES HUBERT W. LYONS DUDLEY C. RICHARDSON MANFRED G. WHITTINGHAM WILLIAM J. WALTHOUR, JR. CROSBY REES PHILIP V. BRIGHT, JR. GEORGE C. JOHNSON KENNETH C. MARANTETTE L. STUART BULMAN MELVIN A. OLL DAVID REEL, JR. ALBERT P. WAGNER JUNIORS WILLIAM L. CHASE EUGENE B. POWER MILES G. SEELEY FRANCIS E. WILMOT WM. H. PUCKOLWARTZ CARL KRAATZ C. ROBERT SWINE HART PAUL J. ANDERSON DUDLEY W. APPS SOPHOMORES ELMO P. BROWN CLAY P. KNICKERBOCKER ROBERT M. WHITMER R. NEWTON DETZER KENNETH L. BLACK MARSHALL BODEN RICHARD S. SPINDLE FRESHMEN W. ROSS LAWRENCE THOMAS Y. 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HAM1LL- ft? f } ' f I f ' } I, t - RODGERS MC KNIGHT SORQVIST ATHERTON HAMILL STEVENSON LAPP SELMEIER SUXNELEY BAILEY WARREX J. MC KXIGHT SMITH MILLS KUPERVS BALL GARLICK SMALLEY NELSON JURY ANXAND HARD ARNOLD WOOD WELLMAN HOLMES DEXTZ A. DEXTZ SCHERMACK 369 ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1922 ACTIVE MEMBERS GVVYN M. HUGHES ROBERT D. MARTIN- SENIORS EVERETT VV. SAWYER LEON G. VOSBURC JUNIORS NORMAN BOWERSOX EDWARD F. HOLMES KARL A. JEKEL J. GAIL LYONS CARL T. NELSON HOWELL RUSS HARRY E. SF.IDELL WILLIAM C. BISHOP WILLIAM C. LUCAS SOPHOMORES RUSSELL M. HUNTER SAMUEL M. HUTCHISON CHARLES A. JONHSON FRANK E. MOSHER JOHN B. MULLIKEN EMERY M. SUHRBIER RUSSELL R. WEIR CHARLES E. DIEHL REX K. MARTIN FRESHMEN MORTON S. HAVEMANN LOUIS G. JEKEL JACK R. MC KINNEY CLAYTON W. SCRIBNER ALBERT G. LINDER JOHN W. RUSWINCKEL MEMBER IN FACULTY: PROF. MORRIS P. TILLEY. MEMBERS IN CITY: EDWARD H. CARRETT, GEORGE W. CROW, L. LLEWELYN FARRELL, EDWIN C. IDE, GUNTHER E.T1EDKE, MERWIX H. WATERMAN. JOHNSON LUCAS SUHRBIER WEIR BISHOP MULLIKEN MOSHER HUNTER HOLMES LYONS SEIDELL BOWERSOX NELSON HUTCHISON RUSS HUGHES WATERMAN R. MARTIN SAWYER CROW MARTIN SCRIBNER MC KINNEY JEKEL RUSWINCKEL LINDER HAYEMANN 370 OMICRON CHAPTER TKl " Beta. TJelt ESTABLISHED 1922 ACTIVE MEMBERS HARRY H. PLATT JACK B. MUNDSTUt EDWARD A. RUBEXSTEIX GABRIEL ROSIN SAMUEL F. KOMITO THEODORE I. BERGMAN LOUIS A. SCHWARTZ AARON NOCHIMSOX SYDNEY ROSENTHAL MARVIN " . AVERBOOK JUNIORS SIDNEY J. KARBEL LOUIS J. SWARTZ MILTON L. PRAG HYMAN N.TENXENBAUM LOUIS W. KRAMER THEODOR A. GROSSMAN LEWIS A. GOLDEN RAYMOND SIEGEL SOPHOMORES JEROME J. PRAG MAURICE L. DAXXIX OSCAR A. MARKUS IRVING BARRON ABRAHAM SATOVSKY MARTIN XOCHIMSOX SIDNEY BURSTEIN MARVIN JACOBS FRESHMEN MAXWELL RUBIN IRVING GOLDSTEIN- ABRAHAM ROBINSON MEMBER IN FACl ' LTY: SAIT. C. OPPENHEIM. GOLDEN CROOSMAN CRAMER MARKVS AYERBOOK TENSENBAUM DANSIS J- PKAG ROSENTHAL BERGMAN SIEGEL SWARTZ SATOVSKY AMPTEK SCHWARTZ A. 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BEAL XELSOX XEWTOX COOK LIEPE STERR STRICKLAND STARK ORCUTT SHAW DETWVLER BACKVS SILKWORTH HARE VOSE MAC DOXALD JOHNSON BLUUER WILKISOX COOPER BREMEXKAMPF BEARDSLEY OWEX 387 MICHIGAN CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1925 ACTIVE MEMBERS SIDNEY DE BOER SENIORS LESLIE A. FRENCH FREDERICK L. GREEN HOWARD E. MC ARTHUR ROSS H. FIRESTONE HENRY G. GROVES JUNIORS FREDERICK J. H. BECKWITH CLETUS GALLOWAY CHESTER A. GREILING ROLAND C. NYQUIST JAMES H. WILLIAMSON ELWOOD D. GUERNSEY LLOYD T. BISHOP SOPHOMORES MARION S. HODGSON RICHARD S. POTTS ALLEN SALISBURY IRVING M. SALMOND FRESHMAN JOHN R. HALL HERSCHEL F. POWELL MEMBERS IN FACULTY: HARRY BOUCHARD, WITHRED COOK. MEMBERS IN CITY: LUDLOW F. BEACH, JAMES E. BAMBOROUGH. GROVES BISHOP NYQUIST SALMOND MC ARTHUR POTTS HALL BECKWITH DE BOER SALISBURY GREILING GREEN BAMBOROUGH POWELL FRENCH GUERNSEY HODGSON WILLIAMSON 388 PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES KENT INN CHAPTKR ESTABLISHED 1869 ACTIVE MEMBERS EDGAR H. AILES, A. B. LOWELL M. BIRRELL, A. B. JOHN M. BULKLEV, A. B. 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BIRRELL ROBINSON WILSON HOYT FAUYER WENTWORTH TROY CAYANAUGH l.KKNHOUTS HUTCHINS MC CABE WEBB FOLEY ISBELL HAMMILL HOWBERT AILES SI HI.KY CLARK YOUNGE MARQUIS STRACHAN CUDLIP DRESBACH HOI.I.OWAY SLAWSON 390 ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1882 THEODORE L. BLISS, B.S. SOUTHARD T. FLYXX, A.B. A. TALBERT BOWERS. A.B. EDWIN C. MILLER. A.B. CHARLES C. TERRY, A.B. ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS ROBERT I. COOPER, A.B. THOMAS F. GUSHING, A.B. CHARLES L. HIRWAS, B.S. CHARLES L. MAC CALLUU COLIX C. MC RAE. B.S. JOSEPH W. SHAW, B.S. JUNIORS CAMERON D. KEIM. A.B. JAMES H. MAXWELL, A.B. FREDERICK G. XOVY, JR.. A. B. THAYER L. PARRY HUGH WELLMEIER ROBERT W. WILKIXS, A.B. JAMES O. BEAVIS. D.D.S. JOHN U. FAUSTER, JR.. A.B. JOHX R. MAC GRECOR, B.S. GORDOX J. MC CURDY, A.B. W. TRACY SMITH, D.C.A. ARTHUR R. WOODBURNE ROLLIX J BROWN CHARLES C. CHAPPLE EVERETT G. UPJOHX, B.S. GEORGE C. HALL, A.B. PAUL C. SAMPSOX SOPHOMORES LEONARD J. GOLDWATER. A.B. FRANKLIN D. JOHNSTON, B.S.E. DON W. HEDRICK K.P.MONTGOMERY, A.B, M.S. 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SHEFF JUNIORS WILLIAM T. KESSEL LEWIS F. MERKEL CLINTON E. PURDY PAUL D. RICKMAN NORMAN E.TAYLOR BURL D. WILES SOPHOMORES ALBERT R. DAMM RALPH J. FRANCIS CHARLES N. STAUBACH FRANK O. TRIGC LYLE E. FISERMAN FRESHMEN- CHARLES BAKER CLARE E. HARDER RALPH A. VAN ARMAN MEMBER IN FACULTY: ROBERT G. RODKEY. MEMBERS IN CITY: ROBERT A. CAMPBELL, EDWARD C. PROPHET. BAKER TRIGG HEERING BRISCOE RICKMAN PALMER EISERMAN WILES FRANCIS VAX ARMEN STAUBACH HARDER DAMM HAVEN CURL PURDY ELLIS TAYLOR MERTZ MOODY PROPHET SHEFF MERKEI. KESSEL SPENCER SIMMONS HOFFMAN CAMPBELL HOWES MONTGOMERY LYMAN FREEBORN 408 OXIEGA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1922 LOVIS M. FREEDMAX ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS ROBERT BERMAX, A.B. ARON C. ROSEXZWEIC, A.B. J L ' XIORS MAURICE E. BRICKMAX, A.B. CHESTER S. LOWEXDORF, B.S. SOPHOMORES EDWARD I. MIXTZ, A.B. MILTOX M. ROZEX WALTER S. GLAZER, A.B. HAROLD A. ROBIXSOX THOMAS B. MARWIL, B.S. CHARLES R. REINSTEIX BURTOX L. SCHMIER, A.B. - FRESHMEN AI.FRF-D M. GLAZER. A.B. SO LOMAX GREEX BERG, A.B. STAXLEY M. GOLDH AMER, A. B. BEXJAMIX A. GROSS I. JEROME HAVSER JAMES R. ROCIX, A.B. XATHAX SCHAFFER MEMBERS IN FACULTY: THEOPHILE RAPHAEL, M. RISE, LEO L. XEWFIELD, SAMUEL J. LEVIX. GREENBERG UXSBS SCHAFFER GLAZER GROSS HA USER GOLDHAMER SCHMIER LOWEXDORF BERM.VN BRIKMAN MARWIL ROBINSON REINSTEIN FREEDNUN MIXTZ GLAZER ROZEN PI CHAPTER r n I I , n m D em KSTABl.ISHED 1923 ACTIVE MF.MBERS JOHN FREEDMAN BARNEY B. ISRAEL JACK SHAPIRO IRVING BERNSTEIN ALEX OLENIKOFF CARL KOTKIX AARON TOPCICK ABEL APPLEBAUM SENIORS JOSEPH I. SKLOVER J UNIORS DAN BUDNITSKY FRED SOCK SOPHOMORES MAURICE WEINER FRESHMEN BEN NEWMAN- LOUIS SOSNOW PRE-MEDICS HAROLD CIIATLIN BEN BRAND ISADORE KASS RAPHAEL ALTMAN SAM SILVERSTEIN ERNEST WEINBERG HARRY TAPPERMAN BEN GREENBERG MAURICE M. SILVERMAN AL LICHTBLAU TAPPERMAX L1GHTBLOW ALTMAN SMALL SILVERMAN GREEXBERG SILVKRSTEIX BRAXD ISRAEL CHATLIN FREEDMAN SKLOVER BERNSTEIX BUDNITSKY OLENIKOFF NEWMAN KASS TOPCICK WEIXER SOSNOW APPLEBAUM SHAPIRO 410 r T THE LAWYERS CLUB The Gothic splendor of the Lawyers Club distinguishes it as one of the most beautiful structures on the Michigan Campus. Emanating the spirit of the old world, its inspirational beauty is enhanced by the architecture of the surrounding buildings. It is the show place of the University of Michigan. Returning Alumni are enthusiastic in their expressions of appreciation, re- minding us that there were no such facilities available when they were in the Law School of the University. The buildings of the Lawyers Club are compared, and most favorably, with the Inns of Court in London, and the Kings ' Chapel in Cambridge, England. The faculty point to the Club with pride; the residents of the Club to its commodious comforts and luxurious surroundings. But the Lawyers Club is nothing if it is merely a group of beautiful build- ings; it is much more than this, it is an Institution which ranks unique in this country. There is only the one Lawyers Club. The quasi-legal in- scription found above the State Street entrance suggests the purpose of this Institution, and gives somewhat of an idea of the purpose and aim that VILLASEGNOR PREWITT BELT HASS B1RRELL JOHNSON POGUE BOLT CONDER, TREASURER BRIGGS, SECRETARY GIBSON, PRESIDENT KING, VICE-PRESIDENT OLIVER THE COUNCIL OF THE CLUB 412 sponsored the birth of the Lawyers Club: " The character of the legal profes- sion depends on the character of the Law schools. The character of the Law schools forecasts the future of America. " Expressed in the words of Mr. Y. Y. Cook ' 80; ' 82L, the donor, the purpose of the Club is to elevate the standards of the Law School and thereby of the legal profession; also to help simplify and clarify the law through the medium of organized legal research work to be done bv men of note from all over the country who will come and reside at the Club for this purpose. Its power and force is in an infant stage as yet for it is just in the formative or initial stage of its development. Even now the name of the Lawyers Club is well known in legal circles throughout the country despite its infancy. Time as well as a tremendous outlay of money and energy will be required to make of the Lawyers Club all that the donor and those who value and sponsor the project conceive to be its consummation. Obviously a center of profound com- prehensive legal research cannot be ex- MTTrs FORD BBIGGS Y1U-ASEGXOR POUCH HARKRIDER HARNISH YOUNG REGISTER WEISENBVRGER RYAN JOSEPH MARTIN GALLAGHER LEWF1IFN GIBSON SILVER GERSHENSON CHAXNER FREEMAN ZIVICH MEFFLEY HARTSON STEMFT.Y BOND SEARL ADAMS OLIVER LEO SENIOR GROUP 413 Ihe L.OUU pected where the contemplated quad- rangle of buildings is less than half completed. With two dormitories, a library, and a Law School building yet to be erected, too much cannot be expected of the present organization. The works already accomplished are fairly indicative of the results later to be attained. In a small measure the work has been well started. The students of law have been brought into closer relationship with each other through the close association neces- sarily resulting from living in one place. The dining room brings the men to- gether three times a day. The Lounge room affords ample opportunity for getting better acquainted with one ' s fellow classmates; and it is a very noticeable fact that both the conversa- tions at meal times and later in the groups of threes and fours in the Lounge room have a decided legal twang. Much legal discussion of the every day student problems are thereby fostered and stimulated by this associa- tion of law students, which otherwise would never be existant. It is very notable also of the new atmosphere that has been created between the faculty and the students. There seems to be a new bond existing between the MIKESELL SLATTERY WOLF BOLT STUMP WEISS LAWRENCE MASS JOHNSON NEWTON KING EICHHORN LASCA CROGAN CHANDLER BRENNER SALZMAN MIKESELL WITHERSPOOK MCLEAN RAMSEY GUEST WISLER HASS HAMMOND ROBBINS MIKESELL ANNIS WILSON JONES GOLDMAN HATCH AVERY SHAWAKER BECKER ETHERIDGE BENNETT CONDER MC MATH PREWITT ADAMS TIPTON HARLOCKER HASKINS GOODALL CAMERON WAHRENBROCK ROBIN MC DONALD MAPH.AX JUNIOR GROUP 414 two of meeting and talking things over. Both the faculty and the students feel the influence of the Club in bringing this about. Then there are the regular semi-monthly meetings which are held at the Club, and which have some prominent Judge or Attorney as the principal speaker. At each of these some worth while message is brought home to the students. Thus the pur- pose and the idea behind the establish- ment of the Club has already taken root and is beginning to spread out a tentacle of roots to serve as the firm foundation upon which the future of the Club mav be built. The new Library of one hundred thousand volumes will be one of the most complete Law Libraries in the country. The Law Building, which is to be the dominant structure of the quadrangle, with its modernly equipped class rooms will make the Club a unit complete within itself just as is the London Inns of Court. The commo- dious quiet rooms placed at the dis- posal of practicing lawyers who will come here for research work await the development mentioned above for their occupancy. The research work is to be made possible through the means of RIDDER1XG SWAXX SNOBI.E WILEY SIGNOR 2IXX SCHWARZ BELL BUTTERFIELD H. B. SMITH FRUIT HUMAX GREEN MAY TVSCHMAX ROSEXTHALL DOCKERAY JOXES UREX L. E SMITH MC LIXTOCK FRESHMAN GROUP No. 1 BIRRELL BOWMAX DOYLE 415 a fund which has already been estab- lished, and which is to be increased yearly from the profits of the Club. The fund is rapidly growing and the addition of the two dormitories with the resulting increase in revenue will swell the fund so as to enable the Club to bring men of great ability to carry on research work. Thus the immediate purposes of the Club will be realized. Legal research with its object the simplification of the Law will be car- ried within its domains. These men since they will live in the guest rooms will associate more or less with the student members and thereby a per- sonal contact with practicing attorneys will be supplied. This is supplying a great need in the modern law school. The mundane affairs of modern prac- tice makes it virtually impracticable for a student to serve as an apprentice in a law office, and he is forced to go to the Law School for his legal training, with the result that he loses this very valuable personal contact. With these additional factors and the scope that the Club is bound to reach the Law School of the University of Michigan becomes the ideal place to study Law. ABEL KOOKER BURK TORBET WHITE COX SELLARS WINTER MELLON TITTENHOFER MIDGLEY HASCALL MULFINGER MATHESOX MICHAELS AMTER RUEGSEGGER MOLL DIXON COATES LUNNEY F. V. SMITH STERN DEVOR WHITE LUMNEV PI.ATZ LICKEY FRESHMAN ' GROUP No. 2 416 A T H E I CAMPBELL LAWLOR WALSH CLARKE MC NALI.EY DONALDSON ROBERTS TOMPKISS PURDY KISSTERWAI.I) MISS PATTERSON NUIT OGBORN NIXON DUNNEWIND BRir.C.S KIEL!) WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOARD FACULTY ADVISOR POINT RECORDER HOCKEY MANAGER BASKETBALL MANAGER .... BASEBALL MANAGER SWIMMING MANAGER .... TRACK AND RIFLE MANAGER FENCING AND ARCHERY MANAGER . DANCING MANAGER TENNIS MANAGER TEA ROOM MANAGER HIKING MANAGER RIDING MANAGER PUBLICITY MANAGER .... INTRAMURAL MANAGER MISS B. LOUISE PATTERSON LOUISE ROBERTS IRENE FIELD FRANCES DUNNEWIND HARRIET DONALDSON JESSICA NIXON LUCILLE WALSH ELIZABETH CAMPBELL MARGARET HAWKINS LOUISE BRIGGS MARGARET PURDY MARGARET LAWLOR ELIZABETH NUTT ELIZABETH TOMPKINS LYDIA KAHN MYRA FINSTERWALD PRESIDENT DOROTHY OGBORN YICE-PRESI DENT NORMA CLARKE SECRETARY MARGARET MC NALLEY TREASURER 418 WILCOX CAMPBELL GRAHAM EDWARDS ALLISON I INSTERWALD FOWLER WOOTON, CAPTAIN HAZARD - VARTOlT BAILLIE BETSY HARBOUR TEAM-1925 INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS INTRAMURAL ATHLETICS Teams from the sororities, dormitories, and league houses take part in all intramural athletic activities, and the tournament for each sport is directed bv the intramural board. INTRAMURAL BOARD INTRAMURAL MANAGER . SORORITY REPRESENTATIVE . DORMITORY REPRESENTATIVE LEAGUE HOUSE REPRESENTATIVE FACULTY ADVISOR .... LYDIA KAHN HELEN SEARIGHT MARY ALLSHOUSE DOROTHY CLINE MISS PAULINE HODGSON DIXON M. MILLER L. MILLER MC DONALD A. MILLER CROL ' SE BAHER KOCHER DELTA GAMMA TEAM-1 )25 INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS 419 HOCKEY After the fall hockey season, the mythical all-star team is announced and the class champions and intramural champions are presented with cups. This year the class cup was won by the Juniors, and the intramural cup by Betsy Barbour. HOCKEY MANAGER IRENE FIELD INTERCLASS HOCKEY COACH MISS LAURIE CAMPBELL INTRAMURAL HOCKEY COACH MISS PAULINE HODGSON- SENIOR MANAGER SUE HASKINS JUNIOR MANAGER HARRIET DONALDSON SOPHOMORE MANAGER MARGARET LAWLOR FRESHMAN MANAGER .... ANNE ZAUER HASKINS STUROS DUNNEWIND SEARIGHT GULICK MC XALLEY SHERWOOD FINSTERWALD ALLSHOUSE FIELD WALSH FOSTER DOSTER JUNIOR TEAM CLASS HOCKEY CHAMPION ' S 420 BASKETBALL The Intramural Basketball Cup was again won by the Delta Gamma team. The Class Champions were the Seniors. BASKETBALL BOARD BASKETBALL MANAGER . CLASS BASKETBALL COACH . INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL COACH SENIOR REPRESENTATIVE FRANCES DUNNEWIND MISS LAURIE CAMPBELL MISS PAULINE HODGSON- MARION LAWLESS JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVE. . ' ALICE FELSKE SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVE HELEN BEAUMONT FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVE LOUISE COOLEY UC KAY ADAMS CXOVSE KING BOOKMAN- SENIOR TEAM 1925 CLASS BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS 421 BASEBALL The results of the interclass baseball tournament of 1925 were determined on the percentage basis. A tie between the Sophomores and Juniors resulted; another game was played which gave the cup to the Juniors. The percentage for the winners was .750, for the Sophomores .500, and the Seniors and Freshmen tied with .333 each. Of rival interest was the intramural tournament in which twenty-eight teams participated. The championship was won by Kappa Delta. 422 TRACK The Outdoor Track Meet was held at Palmer Field in the spring of 1925. Etruria Doster had high score. The following won first places in the events: HURDLES .... DISCUS THROW JAVELIN THROW . 50-YARD DASH HIGH JUMP RUNNING BROAD JUMP I. FIELD E. DOSTER N. BARLOW E. DOSTER E. DOSTER L. KAHN The Freshman-Sophomore Indoor Track Meet was held April 23. The Freshmen won bv a score of 76-62. 425 WHEELER, CAPTAIN WALSH JONES CLEAVER CAPTAIN BRICKER GORSLINE HUFF ALLSHOUSE FIELD STUROS STEEN RIFLE The Rifle Team has held matches with 35 universities and colleges this year. Two teams were entered in the intercollegiate match of the National Rifle Association. PRACTICE ON THE OUTDOOR RANGE 424 425 426 428 429 ETRURIA DOSTK.R GLADYS EASTCOTT SUSIE HASKINS " M " GIRLS Points are awarded for various athletic activities and those girls who win a total of 1000 are award ed " M " sweaters by the Women ' s Athletic Association. The competition for this honor is very great and com- paratively few win the reward. LUCILE HENNE FRANCES HUFF LUCILLE WALSH 430 ACTIVITIES WELLES MILLER MURRAY NICHOLS NUTT BOOTH SEELEY HUSTON VAN OSENBRUGGEN K.KYER J. KYER PARROTT MANSFIELD CLARKE CURRIE BLACKWOOD WOMEN ' S LEAGUE BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEMBERS NORMA BICKNELL MANSFIELD CONSTANCE CLARKE .... ELIZABETH PARROTT .... JEAN KYER DOROTHY CURRIE .... ELIZABETH BLACKWOOD ANNE SEELEY . PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT . CORRESPONDING SECRETARY RECORDING SECRETARY TREASURER SENIOR REPRESENTATIVE SENIOR REPRESENTATIVE EVELYN MURRAY JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVE MARJORIE MILLER JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVE MARION WELLES SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVE ELIZABETH NUTT . . SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVE 432 MALCOHSON WOMEN ' S LEAGUE JUDICIARY COUNCIL XORMA BICKXELL . CONSTANCE CLARKE LORETTA COOPER GERTRUDE BAILEY . DOROTHY MALCOMSOX OFFICERS PRESIDEXT VICE-PRESI DENT SEXIOR REPRESENTATIVE JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVE JUNIOR REPRESENT ATIVE 433 CONSTANCE ELIZABETH CLARKE SMITH WOMEN ' S LEAGUE BOARD OF REPRESENTATIVES OFFICERS MEMBERS LEAGUE HOUSES HELEN ADLER DOROTHY ALDRICH JEANNE BAILEY MARGARET BALLARD ELIZABETH BARCLAY GLADYS BERNE-ALLEN ELIZABETH BRAMBLE HARRIET BRUCE GRACE CLARK MARJORIE DECKER ROSE DE FOE ADELE DE GRAW DOROTHY DICK CAROL DIXON HAZEL DOBSON ELIZABETH DOWNIE MARIE FICHEL DELLA FORREST CHARLOTTE FRALICK LUCILLE GALE MARION GOOD GERMAINE BAER GENEVIEVE BUELL JEANNETTE EMMONS ALICE GOUDY MARGARET LAWSON VIRGINIA GILLETT MARION GOHAMAN MARION GREENE MARGARET GRIFFINS CELIA GRIGGS MARY LOIS GUDAKUNST MARGARET HANABLE LAURA HOBBS LOUISE HOFFMAN VIRGINIA HORNBECK MARGARET HUDSON ANN JAMES PAULINE JENSEN ELLEN JOHNSON HELEN JOHNSON FAYE KINDER MARY LAWTON LORETTA LE MIRE MILDRED LEWIS EUGENIA LONG RUTH LUKENS TREVA LUNEKE GENIVIEVE MAC ARTHUR MARION MAC DONALD MADELINE MARGAH VIOLET CREDIE BERYL MC CRORY HELEN MILLER LILLIAN MILLER MARION MILLER RHEA MILLER ELIZABETH MURPHY VIVEN MYERS NEVA NYE KATHLEEN NAGELBOOT BEATRICE PHILLIPPS RAY PITZILE LOUISE PRESSLER HELEN QUICK WANDA RENDTORFF CHAIRMAN SECRETARY IRENE RICHARDS RUTH SALLIE DORIS SATTLER MARY SCHULER CAROLYN SLEPICKA MILDRED SOMMER LAURA SPENCE PAULINE SPRING ELIZABETH STAFFORD HELENE STRONG CLARICE TAPSON KATHERINE TATROE MAXINE TAYLOR ELSIE TOWNSEND LAURA TROMBI.EY VERA WRIGGELS WORTH DOROTHY YAPLE ROSALIND ZAPF GERALDINE KNIGHT DORMITORIES ELEANOR LOWE LORENE OWENS SORORITIES PAULINE MA LONE JENNETTE MC CALL ELEANOR MUSSELMAN RUTH RANKIN HELEN REECE FLOY ROBISON EDYTHE RHINEVAULT RUTH ROSENTHAL ELIZABETH SMITH ISABELLE SMITH KATHERINE WILCOX HELEN STAIR RUTH TUTTLE MARGARET WALZ LILLIAN WETZEL HELEN WIGHTMAN 434 BRIDGKMAN EATON GLINES - :: ' WETZEL HIT-L MATTHEW ' .- W1U.SOS SHI LA Nil DAVIS VNSWOITH YOUNG WOMEN ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OFFICERS KATHRYN W. WILLSON S A RITA I. DAVIS LILLIAN WETZEL ARLEXE J. EWIXG PRESIDENT VICE-PRESI DENT SECRETARY TREASURER CABINET AXXA B. ARNOLD . PAULINE E. BRIDCEUAN NORMA L. CASE S A RITA I. DAVIS HARRIET D. DIVELY MARGARET A. EATON DORIS GLISES . JESSAMINE L. GRAY PEARL M. HA1ST . RITH HULL ELIZABETH S. KENNEDY UARjORIE MATTHEWS . ALICE L. PORTER . MARGARET E. SEAMAN CHARLENE E. SHILAND ARLENE C. UN5WORTH CHAIRMAN SOCIAL SERVICE COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP CHAIRMAN PUBLICITY COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN WORLD FELLOWSHIP COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN CLUB LEADERS COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN FINANCE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN OFFICE COMMITTEE PRESIDENT NURSES ASSOCIATION CHAIRMAN LEADERSHIP COMMISSION DAILY REPRESENTATIVE UNDERGRADUATE REPRESENT ATIVE MEMBERSHIP CHAIRMAN HOUSE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN COMMUNITY SERVICE COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP TUTHILL FINSTERWALD FIELD ALLSHOUSE DUNNEWIND ROBERTS KENT BONINE GILL BARLOW MARSTON MILLER JOHNSON FELSKE MC KEE APPELT ROBINSON MOORHEAD HANABLE MISS MC CORMICK DOSTER STUROS WALSER DECKER VAN TUYL SOEHRENS ZAUER GOFF SHERMAN HOSMER MURPHY WOMEN ' S PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB DIRECTOR MISS MC CORMICK OFFICERS ETRURIA DOSTER PRESIDENT STELLA STUROS VICE-PRESIDENT MARTHA GILL SECRETARY SARAH BONINE TREASURER DR. BELL MISS PATTERSON FACULTY MEMBERS MISS CAMPBELL MISS HALL MISS CUMMINGS MISS FIGGE MISS HODGSON ACTIVE MEMBERS MARY ALLSHOUSE GLADYS APPELT NORMA BARLOW HELEN BEAUMONT SARAH BONINE MARJORIE DECKER ETRURIA DOSTER FRANCES DUNNEWIND ALICE FELSKE IRENE FIELD MYRA FINSTERWALD FLORENCE FOSTER MARTHA GILL SARAH GOFF MARGARET HANABLE MIRIAM HOSMER LOLA HOSSACK VELMA JOHNSON DORIS KENT AIDA MC KEE FREDERIKA MARSTON FRANCES MILLER JULIA MOORHEAD ALLETTA MORTON JULIA MOTHER ELIZABETH MURPHY JESSICA NIXON ESTELLA PRACHT LOUISE ROBERTS MARTHA ROBINSON LEONA SHERMAN DOROTHY SOEHRENS STELLA STUROS EVA TOIVONEN RHODA TUTHILL MARION VAN TUYL CHRYSTAL VOLZ FRANCES WALSER ANNA ZAUER 436 H1VCLEV YETTER OVINSKY PITCHER HARXAV BEBNE-ALLEX IOSC HENXE CATZKN BERGER GAUBITT ' : WORDELMANN BVRK KEVUOG OWENS GOODES GASSMAX ALBEK7 JEFFERY PARKER WOMEN ' S EDUCATIONAL CLUB OFFICERS DOROTHY KIEFER . GLADYS BERXE-ALLEX PRESIDENT SECRETARY-TREASURER MARGARET CAMERON FACULTY ADVISORS CLEO MURTLAXD PROFESSOR C. O. DAVIS ACTIVE MEMBERS AUDREY ALBERT MABEL BEEBE GLADYS BERXE-ALLE.N LOIS BLAKELY ELEANOR BOND Ml RIAL BRVSIE FLORENCE C. Bl KK MILDRED G. PRESCHER VIRGINIA F. EARL MILDRED FRITZ AMY D. CARBVTT RUTH GASSSJAN MILDRED L. GIBSON FRANCES M. GOODES LUCILE E. HENNE FRANCES M. HINKLEY RUTH JEFFERY THYRA JENNINGS ELLEN I. JOHNSON MARGARET M. JOHNSON CATHERINE KATZENBERCER MARION KELLOG DOROTHY KIEFER MILDRED G. LEAHY RUTHANNA LOWBER MARGARET E. MILLER BERYL K. MC CRORY DOROTHY MC NEILL LORENE OWENS AMY E. PERSON CORIENNE F. PITCHER LCCILE PARKER FRANCES ROVINSKY YAT HISC TONG LOUISE A. WILSON ELTA A. WOOD ELEANOR WORDELMANN MARY E. YETTER 437 CLARK BRONSON GEDDES NOON SCHRAUDER M. HAWKINS SOMMERF1ELD COFFMAN LAUGHTON GOODMAN LONG PEIRCE VHIPPLE KAHN ADLER CRAFT AINSWORTH HAEHN1.E CHAVENELLE BENEDICT PROBST HOGADONE H. HAWKINS VAN TUYL WHITE PVDRITH PAY ITT Bl ' KU. VOS F.IRICH O ' BRIEN PORTER EFFINGER STRAUSS HARRISON MURRAY RITTENHOUSE MC CANS MASQUES DRAMATIC SOCIETY OFFICERS ELIZABETH STRAUSS PRESIDENT MARGARET EFFINGER VICE-PRESIDENT EVELYN MURRAY SECRETARY CHARLOTTE HARRISON TREASURER MARGARET LORD MEMBER AT LARGE AMY LOOM1S DIRECTOR MKMBKRS HELEN ADI.ER MARGUERITE AINSWORTH WINIFRED BENEDICT LILLIAN BRONSON GENEVIEVE BUELL MARJORIE CHAVEXELI.E KATHRYN CLARK ITHMER COFFMAN LAURA CRAFT MARGARET EFFINGER MARGARET EIRICH MARGARET GEDDES MARGUERITE GOODMAN PHYLLIS HAEHNLE EDWINA HOGADONE CHARLOTTE HARRISON HELEN HAWKINS MARGARET HAWKINS RUTH KAHN GERALDINE KNIGHT DOROTHY LONG MARGARET LORD PHYLLIS LOUGHTON RUTH MC CANN MINERVA MILLER EVELYN MURRAY ABIGAIL NOON FRANCES O ' BRIEN ALBERTA OLSON RENA PAVITT LOIS PORTER KATHRYN PEIRCE FLORENCE PROBST DOROTHY PUDRITH LOUISE RITTENHOUSE KATHRYN SCHRAUDER LEONA SHERMAN- MATILDA SOMMERFIELD ELIZABETH STRAUSS MARIAN VAN TUYL HELEN VOS MARY WHITE HELEN WHIPPI.E 438 RfSH H1GMAN BOVGHEY CALVERT SELLECK VOS COFFMAN BANFIELD RHIXEVAU1.T SHERMAN ALLEN PARKS KENT-MILLER WESTON SHERMAN MILLER HOGADOXE SIORRY SHANK GOODMAN BRADY MORIAKTY MOORE MASTERS CLARK NOON SCHRAVDER ZANG MUMMERS DRAMATIC SOCIETY OFFICERS KATHRYX CLARK PRESIDENT MARJORIE MILLER VICE-PRESIDENT ABIGAIL NOON SECRETARY MARGARET SHERMAN TREASURER MEMBERS BARBARA ALLEN DOROTHY ATKINS RtTH BAXFIELD HELEK BOUCHEY RITH BRADY MARION BROEHM MARGARET CALVERT KATHRYX CLARK ITHMER COFFMAN EDWINA HOCADONE MARGARET HIGMAN MARY KENT-MILLER DOROTHY LONG MARION LIPSON GERALDINE MASTERS MARJORIE MILLER CATHERINE MORI ARTY HELEN MOORE ABIGAIL NOON MERLE PARKS DOROTHY PUDRITH EDYTHE RHINEVAVLT HELEN RUSH KATHRYN SCHRAVDER DORRIS SELLECK ALBERTA SHANK LEONA SHERMAN- MARGARET SHERMAN FLOR1XE STORREY JANET VANDENBERG HELEN VOS HARRIET WESTOX MARY WHITE MARY LILA ZANG REECE DANIELS KXAPP AI.l.SHOTSE SHI LAND BAILEY KYER LOOMIS 1 1KL1 SNELL IH ' HRER JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY COMMITTEE COMMITTEE IRENE FIELD . CHAIRMAN- JEAN KYER ASSISTANT CHAIRMAN HELEN REECE BUSINESS MANAGER GERTRUDE BAILEY PUBLICITY HELENA KNAPP ADVERTISING MARY ALLSHOUSE PROPERTIES MINERVA MILLER COSTUMES CATHERINE BUHRER MUSIC NORMA SNELL DANCES CHARLENE SHILAND MAKE-UP MISS AMY LOOMIS DIRECTOR 440 a JAMESON THORPE HARPER 10MPKISS DAVIDSON FEIRCE SNOW PARR1SH SORGE SLGSSOM RITTENHOVSE MC DOWEI.L PAN HELLENIC BALL FRANCES PARRISH KATHARINE PEIRCE OFFICERS GENERAL CHAIRMAN- TREASURER COMMITTEES DECORATION ELIZABETH MC DOWELL, CHAIRMAN RUTH DAVIDSON- LOUISE RITTENHOUSE RUTH SORGE INVITATION VIRGINIA SPAIN, CHAIRMAN RUTH JAMESON- DOROTHY SNOW PROGRAM ELIZABETH TOMPKINS, CHAIRMAN VILLABELLE HARPER HELEN METZGER PUBLICITY HELEN MORROW, CHAIRMAN- GERTRUDE BAILEY REFRESHMENTS KATHARINE FERGUSON, CHAIRMAN HELEN THORPE ALICE WILCOX TICKETS ISABEL SLOSSON, CHAIRMAN- ELIZABETH COSSITT KATHARINE KYER MILLICENT MOORMAN- MIRIAM OLDEN 441 STORKE LEWIS GREENE SWITZENBERG COLE MITCHELL PAVITT COPE FOSTER LONG TOCK CHAVENELLE LOYER CODY BENTLER BRASHEAR KAMP R. MC CANN SNELL BAUSCHARD GROFF M . CARLISLE FOWLER RIX REA RUDELL KELDER SHERMAN COY HOSTRUP C. MC CANN HUMPHRIES PARKER MITTS COZAD BROWN LAMOS FARWELL GRAY GLEISS SPEERS POLLOCK DONALDSON AM BOS PROBST L. CARLISLE ALVING OLSON ALLAN HOBBS MILLER PEET POUND ALLISON- GALE BAUER BOOTH BORING KENT-MILLER HUNT COOPER BUHRER CALVERT SUTLEY UNIVERSITY GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB OFFICERS NORA CRANE HUNT LORETTA COOPER VERA WALLINGTON . KATHARINE B. BOOTH CATHERINE A. BUHRER DIRECTOR PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT . SECRETARY TREASURER MEMBERS BARBARA E. ALLAN DOROTHY G. ALLISON INGRID M. ALVING DORIS R. AMBOS HOPE E. BAUER MARION W. BAUSCHARD NORDA BENTLER M. FRANCES BORING LOIS BRASHEAR HELEN I. BROWN LOUISE H. CARLISLE MARY E. CARLISLE MARJORIE G. CHAVANELLE ELIZABETH CODY MARGARET G. COLE ANNA E. COPE HAZEL CORBETT MARION E. COY DOROTHY COZAD HARRIET DONALDSON JEANETTE EMMONS E. FRANCIS FARWELL GERTRUDE L. FOSTER H. AUREL FOWLER RUTH M. GLEISS JESSAMINE L. GRAY MARGARET H. 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BRIGGS MISS BERNISE HOPP MISS RUTH STRICKLAND 462 BETA CHAPTER Gamma Phi Beta ESTABLISHED ACTIVE MEMBERS DORIS HARRINGTON KATHERINE HVBBARD MARY HASKELL FLORENCE PITTELCO HELEN REECE CAROLINE STEEN SENIORS MART TYLER LOUTHAN JANET VAN DEN BERG JUNIORS LUCINDA SHERWOOD HELEN THORPE EMILY MARY PELL ORRA SPENCER WOODWARD JESSIE FORBES GARLAND KELLOGG ALICE BOURQUIN VIRGINIA GLAIZE GENEVIEVE HOLMES ESTHER MERRICK MILDRED NEWLAND JESSIE BOURQUIN GLADYS MARTIN SOPHOMORES GERALDINE HOLMES MARGARET HUGHES RUTH MOORE VIRGINIA MOORE LOUISA SMITH BARBARA WHEELER FRESHMEN MARIE BVRT RUTH RICHARDSON BETTY LORCH RUTH WAGNER MEMBERS IN CITY: MRS. ETHELBURT SPURRIER. MISS MARIE SCHERER. MRS. EDWARD ADAMS. MRS- WALDO ABBOT. MISS LOUISE BOYXTON. MRS. JAMES BREAKEY. MISS MABLE RANDALL, MRS. CHARLES WAGNER, MRS. WILFRED SHAW. MRS. EVERETT BROWS. MRS. HENRY DOUGLAS, MISS LINDA EBERBACH. MRS. ERWIN E1BLES. MRS. ALFRED FISCHER. MRS. DEAN MYERS. MISS SARAH H1NCKS. MRS. NATHAN POTTER, MISS CLARA STIMSON. MRS EARL WOLAVER GEXEVTEVE HOLMES GER.U.DINE HOLMES HUGHES NETTLAND WOODWARD THORPE SMITH STEEN MARTIN V. MOORE R. MOORE QUICK HVBBARD SHERWOOD FORBES KELLOGG BARXUM PTTTEIXO PELL VAX DES BERG REECE LOUTHAN HASKELL HARRINGTON LORCH GLAIZE BURT WHEELER J. BOlTtQUIX A. BOURQUIN SPENCER RICHARDSON WAGNER XI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1885 ACTIVE MEMBERS KATHARINE BOOTH ELIZABETH ISHAM ANNE SEELEY EMILY CROWELL ALLEEN MILLER MARGUERITE SHATTUCK MARGARET LAWLOR KATHARINE BAILLIE FRANCES CROCKER MARGARET BROOKS DOROTHY KALMBACH ESTHER TROUT MARCELLINE O MEARA RUTH KAHN MINERVA MILLER LOUISE TURNER ELIZABETH N UTT MARY THOMSON THELMA BOLIN ISABEL FIELD ALICE PLATT SENIORS ELIZABETH DAVIES CONSTANCE MAC DONALD KATHRYN WILLSON ELIZABETH WOODWARD JUNIORS VIRGINIA KURTZ DOROTHY MALCOMSON LUCILLE WALSH SOPHOMORES BARBARA PATTON DOROTHY TRUETTNER FRESHMEN MARION BRADLEY JEAN HATHAWAY MARY ALICE VOSPER MARGARET EFFINGER KATHARINE PEIRCE LILLIAN " WETZEL HELEN LARAWAY DOROTHY SHULZE ESTHER WOOD LUCY SEELEY LOUISE COOLEY ELSA MILLER MEMBER IN FACULTY: MINA L. WINSLOW. MEMBERS IN CITY: MRS. RALPH AIGLER, MRS. WILLIAM BROWN, JR., MRS. JOHN R. EFFINGER, MRS. FRANCIS D. CURTIS, OLIVE KNOWLSON, MRS. MAX MILLER, MRS. NORMAN MILLER, MRS. THEOPHILE RAPHAEL, MRS. CHARLES RASH. MRS. HARRY RASCHBACKER, MRS. WILLIAM RUMPF, MRS. HENRY SANDERS, CATHERINE RIGGS, MRS. IRVING SCOTT, JEAN SHARPE, MRS. SHIRLEY SMITH, MRS. WILLIAM STONEMAN, MRS. ARTHUR MOELHMAN, MRS. HERBERT TAGGART, MRS. GARDNER WILLIAMS, MARY STEERE. HONORARY MEMBERS: MRS. EDWARD CAMPBELL, MRS. MORTIMER COOLEY, MRS. KARL GUTHE, MRS. HUGO THIEME. PLATT BRADLEY FIELD VOSPER CROCKER BAILLIE HATHAWAY E. MILLER BOLIN COOLEY WOOD L. SEELEY SHULZE PATTON TRUETTNER THOMSON LAWLOR NUTT WALSH SHATTUCK TURNER LARAWAY A. MILLER BOOTH WILLSON TROUT KALMBACH MALCOMSON KURTZ CROWELL BROOKS PEIRCE EFFINGER WETZEL DAVIES WOODWARD ISHAM A. SEELEY o ' MEARA 464 orosis ESTABLISHED 1886 ACTIVE MEMBERS MARY E. COOLEY E. LOVISE K1NMONT EUNICE ROSE MARY BARRETT MARY FLINTERMAN HELENA KNAPP HELEN BLACKWOOD KATHERINE FERG I ' SON DOROTHY KURD BEATRICE BARRETT ANNE M. CILBRETH MARY LOU MILLER ELIZABETH C. SMITH CHRISTINE L. BAUCH ANNA C RANDY MARION LELAND MARY BOWMAN- ELIZABETH FRAZER MARY KIRK MARY QUARTON ELIZABETH CHAMP SENIORS FLORENCE O. GRIFFITH ELIZABETH P. PARRETT ELIZABETH STRAUSS MARGARET VILKINS J UNIORS ELIZABETH BECKWITH JEAN G ROVER MARY M. PARRETT MARGARET REID SOPHOMORES MARY CRISTY ELISABETH HARRIMAN EUGENIA LONG FREDRICA HARRIMAN FRESHMEN DOROTHY LELAND LOIS TILLEY HELEN HUTCHINS MARCIA PUTMAN HENRIETTA VOORHIES FLORENCE BUTTOLPH ALICE HIRSHMAN ADDISON PELLETIER JEAN DOW MARTHA M. HERRNSTEIN KATHERINE PATTERSON HARRIET STONE ASSOCIATE MEMBERS: MRS. HENRY M. BATES, MRS. WILLIAM H. FAUST, MRS. JESSE S. REEVES, MRS. HERBERT C. SADLER, MRS. RENE TALAMON. MEMBERS IN CITY: MRS. ROBERT C. ANGELL, MRS. JOSEPH BARSS, MISS HELEN BATES, MRS. CHRISTINE BREED, MRS. JOSEPH A. BURSLEY, MISS HARRIET BURY, MISS MARGARET CAMERON. MISS LYDIA CONDON, MRS. EARLE W. DOW, MISS ELIZABETH DRAKE, MRS. EDGAR N. DURFEE, MRS. STERLING EMERSON. MRS. A. C. FVRSTESBERG, MISS FLORENCE GREEN, MRS. CARL GVTHE. MRS. HARRY HAWLEY, MRS. J. GRIFFITH HAYS, MRS. T. H. HILDEBRANDT. MRS. JAMES A. KENNEDY. MRS. HERMAN KLEENE, MISS ALICE LLOYD, MISS ANNA LLOYD, MRS. EARL V. MOORE, MISS NATALIE MURPHY. MISS CAROLINE PATTENGILL, MRS. GEORGE W. PATTERSON, MRS. WALTER B. PILLSBURY, MRS. HARRISON M. RANDALL, MRS. WILLIAM H. SELLEW, MISS BERTHA SHAW. MRS. EDWARD SIGERFOOS. MRS. CLARK SMITH. MRS. AUBREY TEALDI, MRS. MARY WHEELER. PATTERSON QUARTON B. BARRETT DOW HERRNSTEIN BOWMAN BLACKWOOD LONG STONE HURD FERGUSON CHAMP KIRK KNAPP M. LELAND D. LELAND F. HARRIMAN E. HARRIMAN BECKWITH M. PARRETT FLINTERMAN REID HIRSCHMAN PUTMAN WILKINS M. BARRETT GRANDY (.ROVER BUTTOLPH VOORHIES GILBRETH ROSE STRAUSS KINMOXT SMITH HUTCHINS E. PARROTT COOLEY MILLER 465 BETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1888 ACTIVE MEMBERS MARGUERITE A1NSVVORTH CATHERINE GRINDLEY HELEN AUSTIN GERTRUDE GULICK FLORENCE LAWSON FRANCES PARRISH MARY BICKNELL HELEN HALL LOUISE ROBERTS GRACE BECKHAM EMILY HULBERT DOROTHY LAUVER CAROLINE PAULL SENIORS KATHRYN CLARKE MARGARET LAWSON KLMA WAI, 7. JUNIORS ALTHEA BUSCH LLOYD HUSTON " FRANCES MODE MARGARET PURDY DORIS GLADDEN HELEN PARKKR ALICE CALLENDAR MAE KELLAR FRANCES O ' BRIEN DORIS ROBINSON HELEN SEARIGHT DOROTHY TISCH ELEANOR VERDIER EDWINA HOGADONE HARRIET LOWRIE MARION WELLES ELIZABETH BEIS ELIZABETH MC ELROY MARY BURNS MAE TUTTLE SOPHOMORES ELSIE MURRAY FLORENCE WERTELL FRESHMEN DOROTHY FULTON HELEN WARNER JESSICA NIXON- WHITE RUTH KITCHELL BETTY BRUCE VAN ANTWERP PATRONESSES: MRS. ALBERT M. BARRETT, MRS. HUGH CABOT, MRS. FRANCIS W. KELSEY, MRS. ARCHIBALD W. DIACK, MRS. ISRAEL C. RUSSELL, MRS. MARTIN L. D ' OOGE. MEMBERS IN CITY: MRS. CHAS. SCOTT BERRY, MRS. CHAS. D. COGSHALL, MRS. JAMES M. CORK, MRS. RALPH MILLER, MRS. OTTO W. HAISLEY. MRS. ALBERT E. WHITE, MRS. DETLEV BRONK, MRS. HOMER HEATH, JOSEPHINE LANG, RUTH DKEMER, MRS. FRANK C. PARKER, MRS. J. J. EVERETT, MRS. HERBERT H. SHAW, MRS. ALFRED H. WHITE, MRS. PALMER CHRISTIAN, ORRA HENDERSON, MRS. JULIAN LEVER, MRS. RAY L. FISHER, MRS. HERBERT UPTON, MRS. MILDRED WOODHAMS. MRS. ALBERT L. CLARK, MRS. G. CARL HUBER, MRS. D. H. CONDIT, MRS. GEORGE F. LEWIS, MRS. HENRY E. RIGGS, MRS. ALVIN O. WELLER, MRS. FRANK L. CONGER, VALARIE WICKHAM, SARAH HALL, MRS. HARRY BARNETT. LOWRIE WERTELL WELLES MURRAY HOGADONE WHITE CALLENDAR SEARIGHT KELLER HUSTON HULBERT VERDIER LAWSON PARRISH MODE AUSTIN O ' BRIEN PURDY PAULL LAUVER GULICK BECKHAM GLADDEN CLARKE AINSWORTH ROBERTS LAWSON BICKNELL HALL PARKER GRINDLEY BURNS WARNER KITCHELL TUTTLE FULTON MC ELROY BEIS SHIPPEN ROBISON NIXON TISCH 466 BETA DELTA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1890 ACTIVE MEMBERS ELIZABETH BEARD ELIZABETH FIX LEY SEXIORS HASSELTIXE H.P.BOURLAXD EDXA CAXTRELL FRAXCES GORSLIXE CATHERINE MELLEX THORA HOYT ELSA RUYL GEXE ' A M. EWIXC PHYLLIS HAEHXLE VIRGIXIA SPAIX IREXE FIELD FREDERIKA MARSTOX RITH HOLZXAGLE MEL DA PLATT J t XIORS LOUISE HUMPHREYS ESTHER TITTLE DOROTHY WILCOX CATHERINE KELDER RUTH TITTLE LOUISE BR1GC5 DOROTHY AXDRUS MARGARET BREER PHYLLIS LOUCHTOX CHARLOTTE LOWE ELFRIDA PETERSOX SOPHOMORES CATHERINE GEROW MARGARET H VDSON LOUISE PIGCOTT MARY VAX DEfRSEX FRESHMEX MARY ALICE MOORE HELEN WESCOTT VIRGINIA PLATT RUTH YE RILES PATRONESSES: DR. MARGARET BELL. MRS. SAM VEL MOOKE. MRS. L. A. BARRETT. MRS. MAUDE SHEMM. MRS. M. L. BURTON, MRS. STANLEY STEVENS, MRS. A. O. LEE. MRS. JOHN SUNDWALL. MEMBERS IN CITY: MRS. T. R. ADAMS. MRS. V. J. BOOTH. MRS. JOHN BRADFIELD, MISS FANDIRA CROCKER. MRS. SAM DONALDSON, MRS. M. GREENWOOD. MISS SADYE HARWICK, MRS. P. S. LOVEJOY. MkS. H. S. MALLORY. MISS B.L. PATTERSON. MRS. ALBERT B. PECK. MRS. U.B. PHILLIPS, MISS ELIZABETH RANCK. MRS. J. K. SIMPSON. MRS. MELVtN T. SOL -E. MRS. B. H. WALKER. MRS. J. C. MC MURRAY, MRS. FRANK MC PHALE, MRS. J. B. MOORE. MRS. E. E. NELSON. MRS. P. C. PACK. MISS SARAH PARKER. MKMBFR Hi UNIVERSITY: MARGARET BUCK. PIGCOTT BRIGGS VAN DEURSEN HUMPHREYS LOUGHTON CANTRALL SPAIN RAEHNLE M. RSTON KELDER FIELD E. TUTTLE EWING RUYL MELLON HOYT R. TCTTLE GORSUNE BEARD BOURLAND WDjOOX MOORE PETERSOX OBI YERKES M. PLATT HUDSON WESCOTT Y. PLATT 467 ALPHA CHAPTER Ipka tips HOIX ' lot; ESTABLISHED 1890 HELEN S. BARNARD HELEN M. CANNON ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS N. BERNETA BLOCK DORIS KENDRICK GRACE M. BESHCETOOR DOROTHEA F. MC CLURE GOLDIE B. CORNEI.IUSON HAZEL R. PRENTICE ESTHER D. BRENNEMAN J UNIORS ELIZABETH C. BAGLEY AILEEN D. CHRISTENSEN HELEN M. KOKE CHRISTE1. A. HISS SEI.MA C. MUELLER GRACE E. WILLIAMS GAIL R. BROBERG SOPHOMORES ELIZABETH G. HVXTER MARTHA V. PARKER HELEN E. PALENIUS HELEN R. KESSINGER FRESHMEN EMMA R. ARDIS MILDRED V. NICHOLAS ELIZABETH M. CONNARD BERTHA J. RICHTER LOIS W. TORRES RUTH M. GLEISS TECK O. ROSEN BUSH MELISSA C. WORTH MARION L. MEYER ARLENE B. SCHLOTT PATRONESSES: MRS. HUGH CABOT, MRS. REUBEN PETERSON, MRS. R. B. CAXFIELD, MRS. ALBERT BARRETT, DR. MARGARET N. BELL. MEMBERS IN CITY: DR. JEANNE C. SOLIS, MRS. EDWARD BRAGG, MRS. DAVID COWIE, MRS. LIZZIE W. OLIPHANT, DR. GERALDINE H. CROCKER. HISS KOKE MUELLER CHRISTENSEN BLOCK BARNARD MC CLURE CANNON CORNELIUSON BESHGETOOR HUNTER WILLIAMS BRENNEMAN PRENTICE 468 THETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1892 ACTIVE MEMBERS FRANCES L. ADAM RVTH E. LEHMAN RATLINE E. BRIOCMAN MARGARET L. Ft XK HELEN RAIKES MARGARET SI. EKHARDT CAROLYN INGLIS MARY F. 11 C MULLEN AMELIA K. BEHRHORST FLOY R. ROBISON VERA J. WALLINCTON SENIORS HARRIET D. DIVELV DOROTHY F. SNOW CLARA C. WOODWORTH J I ' NIORS FRANCES O. DVNNEWIND SARAH HUME MILDRED A. Rt DELL HELEN C. RUTH SOPHOMORES MARGARET G. HAWKINS HELEN J. HAWKINS PHYLLIS D. RICHARDS HELEN H. RUTHERFORD WILHELMINA WEYHING VIRGINIA M. GIES EVELYN A. JORDAN HELEN C. RANKIX FRESHMEN MARGARET H. HIGMAN MARY LOl ' ISE LOOMIS HELEN E. RICHARDS CHARLOTTE M. JACOBS RUTH A. SORGE JEAN L. KYER ALICE E. KELLOGG JANET H. TREMBLEY FLORENCE A. HOLMES ELIZABETH J. LO RIMER GRETCHEN SCH ULTZ PATRONESSES: MRS. J UNI US SEAL. MRS. HARLEY HAYNES, MRS. ALFRED LLOYD, MRS. REUBEN PETERSON, MRS. FREDERICK WALDRON, MRS. RO WESLEY . MEMBERS IS CITY: MRS. GEORGE ADIE. MRS. ELMER SEAL, MRS. ROBERT BREAKEV. HELEN BROWN. FRANCES FLORER. FRANCES GILL. MARGARET PLANT. FRANCES LOUISE SEYDEL. MRS. FRED CADWELL. MRS. HARRY CLARK. SALLY CLARKSON. MRS. EARL CRESS, MRS. WILLIAM FLORER. MRS. JOSEPH HAYDES. MARY EDITH RENDRICKSOS. ANNE HINSHAW. MRS. DONALD MAY. MARJORIE PARKER. MRS. J. M. RAISES. MRS. W. BERRY RATLIFFE. BERTHA RASKIS. MARGARET SMITH, MRS. MORRIS TILLEY, SALLY WALSER. MARIAS WILLIAMS. GEM SHERMAN. JORDAN GIES LOOMIS Si.HUi.Ti 1.OR1VER RANKIN MC MULLEN RAIKES TREMBLEY M. HAWKISS RICHARDS H. HAWKINS KELLOGG HIGMAN RUTHERFORD PLANT FUNK BRIDGMAS DUSSEWIND HUME RUTH RUDELL KYER SEYDEL WOODWORTH LEHMAN DIVELY WALLINGTON ROBISON SNOW SORGE BEHRHORST ADAMS JACOBS 469 ETA CHAPTER RK-F.STABI.ISHED 1893 ACTIVE MEMBERS ELIZABETH BLACK WOOD SELMA ALEXANDER VIRGINIA KERSEY VIRGINIA SANDS FRANCES ANDREAE LOUISE EASTMAN MURIEL ANDERSON LOUISE MURRAY KATHERINE BREWER VIRGINIA BURKE ROMAINE BUSCH JOSEPHINE MITTS MARJORIE SMITH GLADYS ALLEN HELEN KEMPH MARJORIE BAXTER JANET UPJOHN ELIZABETH TOMPKINS JUNIORS VIRGINIA FOX MARGARET SEAMAN- FLORENCE WOLFE MARJORIE WILSON SOPHOMORES DOROTHY BAIRD KATHERINE KYER FRESHMEN ELLEN GRINNELL MARIAN WIDMAN ELEANOR MUSSELMAN CHARLOTTE HALLER FLORINE STORREY VILMA WIUTEIIEAD EDXA BALZ ELEANOR WOODROW ESTHER LOCHART MARGUERITE WIDMAN PATRONESSES: MRS. S. L. BIGELOW, MRS. ALICE WOODBRIDGE, MRS. C. H. COOLEV, MRS. J. F. LAWRENCE. MRS. J. S. WORI.EV, MISS ALICE CROCKER, MRS. S. C. WHEAT, MRS. F. H. YOST, MRS. JAMES INGLIS, MRS. H. L. WILGUS. MEMBERS IN CITY: MRS. H. C. ADAMS, MRS. NELLIE BENDER, MRS. ORLIN BOSTON, MRS. LOUISE BREDVOLT, MRS. A. G. CANFIELD, MRS. J. J. WALSER, MRS. C. S. YOAKUM, MRS. F. B. VEDDER, JANET CUMMINGS, EDITH BISHOP, ELSA OHLMACHER. MRS. A. G. RUTHVES, DOROTHY KETCHAM, MRS. R. S. KARNEY, MRS. L. WEIMAN, WINIFRED HOBBS, MRS. N. F. SHANBOUGH. ADA OLSON, MRS. C. M. DAVIS, GAY WILGUS, MRS. T. KLINGMAN, MRS. A. G. SWAIN, FRANCES SWAIN, MRS. A. M. HIGLEY, CONSTANCE WINCHELL. WILSON BAIRD MITTS SMITH ANDREAE FOX KYER SANDS WHITEHEAD WIDMAN ALEXANDER SEAMAN KERSEY HAI.LER TOMPKINS BURKF. MUSSELMAN BI.ACKWOOD BUSCH WOLFE STORREY MARIAN WIDMAN ALLEN ANDERSON WOODROW BAXTER MURRAY KEMPH BAI.Z EAMMAX GRINNELL UPJOHN 470 THETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1898 BLANCHE D. BARTON ' CATHERINE S. GRIFFITHS MARY F. BEEMAN ELIZABETH KING ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS LOIS B. BELL HELEN METZGER MA URINE R. WATTS J. DELMAS COCHLIN HELEN S. RAMSAY JUNIORS GENEVIEVE E. BUELL ELIZABETH E. CAMPBELL RUTH V. DAVY ELIZABETH S. KENNEDY MARGARET E. LORD RUTH J. MC CANN DOROTHY M. SPENCER MARY DICKIE STUART THELMA ELLIS CATHERINE I. OAKLEY LAURA CRAFT LAURA A. BARRY LOIS E. PORTER SOPHOMORES BERXICE F. STAEBLER GERTRUDE M. WELCH ISABEL D. STITT MARIAN O. BROEHM ELAINE E. GRUBER GERALDINE L. PORTER JANICE I. RILEY MARJORIF. G. CHAVENELI.E DOROTHY J. HUNTLY F. ESTER RICKER VIRGINIA C. TICE FRESHMEN- PAULINE DIEHI. CELESTE M. MC CANN DOROTHY H. WARD MARJORIE E. VIVIAN CLETUS J. FAGAN LOIS A. PARKS MARGARET F. RICKER LENORE M. WALDROX PATROKESSES: MRS. C. O. DAVIS. MRS. A. J. DONNALLY. MRS. C. C. CLOVER, MRS. X. S. HOFF, MRS. GLES OVERTON, MRS. G. B. RHEAD, MRS. RALEIGH SCHORLISG, MRS. R. V. SELLERS. MRS V. J. WILE. MISS WINIFRED FERRIS. .MEMBERS IN CITY: MRS. H. B. MILLS. MRS. C. K. MILLS. LYDIA CONDON, MRS. C. F. KYER, MRS. MAYNARD NEWTON, HORTENSE MILLER, DARIEL PEARCE, MRS. R. ANDERSON, MRS. WALTER STAEBLER. ELIZABETH HAUXHURST. MRS. H. B. TROOPER, MRS. R. B. HOWELL, MARION NICHOLS, MR BEN LEWIS. MRS. C . N. CHURCH. MRS. H. W. NICHOLS. MRS. LEONARD MILLER, MRS. C. O. DAVIS. ISABEL NICHOLS. RILEY WARD STITT FAGAN VIVIAN WELCH PARKS STAEBLER L. PORTER DAVY STUART KENNEDY C. MC CANN BUELL CAMPBELL CRAFT OAKLEY K. MC CANN BARTON BELL RAMSAY COCHLIN BEEMAN WATTS SPENCER LORD RICKER G. PORTER GRUBER WALDRON CHAVENELLE HUNTLY BROEHM DIEHL TICE M. RICKER 471 F.TA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1905 DOROTHY ATKINS DOROTHY GOOCH FLORENCE E. MORSE ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS GRACE COLLINS MARGARET HENCKF.L RUTH RANKIN MARIAN DU BRIE MARJORIE HOPPIN ELIZABETH SMITH MARGARET WARD MARGARET GEDDES MARY L. MAXWELL ELAINE STEVELY GERTRUDE BAILEY MARY L. GUDAKUNST DONNA ESSELSTYN GRACE MC DONALD MARGARET PEARCF, J UXIORS LENORE GARDNER MAXINE GEDDKS LILIAN MERNER MARGARET MILNES GLADYS SCHRADER AGNES SHELDON MARGUERITE FOX SOPHOMORES MARY KARPINSKI PAULINE KAISER MILLICENT BARRETT MARY MARTIN FRESHMEN ELLEN SEBURN ELAINE VAUPELL OLIVE TOUD MEMBERS IN FACULTY: RUTH L. FIGGE, B.S., MARTHA GUERNSEY, PH.D., FAITH P. HADI.EY, M.S., AMY G. I.OOMIS. A.B. MEMBERS IN CITY: MRS. F. S. BARTELL, MRS. E. C. GODDARD. MRS. W. J. HL ' SSEY, MRS. R. H. KAMPMEIER, MRS. F. E. I.IVERMORE, MRS. F. N. MENEFEE, MRS. F. H. MITCHELL, FLORENCE MOHR, MRS. D. H. PARKER, MRS. J. SCHLOTTERBECK, LONA TINKHAM. MRS. CLAIRE LPTHEGROVE, MRS. P. S. WELSH. FRIEDA WISHROPP. MAXWELL GARDNER MILNES PEARCE GEDDES HENCKEL ' MORSE MERNER SHELDON GOOCH COLLINS HOPPIN RANKIN SEBURN MARTIN GUDAKUNST KAISER BAILEY - SMITH DU BRIE GKDDB8 ATKINS MC DONALD WARD STEYELY SCHRADER 472 ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1912 MARIE I. BRADY ABIGAIL B. NOON RUTH E. BRADY MARY H. LAUHAFI- ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS MARY LOUISE COONEY MARGARET M. JOHNSON HELEN M. MORROW- MILDRED G. LEAHEY EDYTHE M. RHINEVAULT J U ANITA M. WALLACE RITH MOUNTAIN KATHERI.NE M. MORIARITY LORETTA L. LE MIRE JUNIORS ANNA MAE DALY RUTH E. BECKER CATHERINE A. GOET7. VIRGINIA F. MULLIGAN KATHERINE M. LE MIRE MERCEDES O. o ' BRIEN KATHRYN L. SCHRAUDER FRANCES A. WHALEN MARGARET M. GRIEVE MARGARET M. BASSMAX MARY L. BOYLE EVELYN C. PRATT MARY E. BO WEN- MARGARET C. CAREY SOPHOMORES MARGARET E. DEACON HELEN T. FINDLEY MARION KARBOSKI .MARY L. WEDEMEYER FRESHMEN- IRENE E. DRUEKE HELEN M. ESTABROOK MEMBERS IS CITY: MRS f. KVSMISGER, MRS. J. J. QUARREY. EILEEN DONAHUE. LAURA DAVIS. ED.MARIE E. SCHRAUDER. A B.. NORA CLANCY LEAHEY L.LEMIRE DEACON KARBOSKI WEDEMEYER SCHRAUDER GOETZ MULLIGAN LAUHAFF DALY C. LE MIRE MORIARITY JOHNSON BRADY WALLACE ZANG RHISEVAULT NOON MORROW COONEY MOUNTAIN MEANWELI. O ' BRIEN BECKER BASSMAX GRIEVE WHALEN FINDLEY BRADY BOWEN CAREY DRUEKE BOYLE 47.1 IOTA CHAPTER RE-ESTABLISHED 1915 ACTIVE MEMBERS NORM A BARLOW CLARA KRUEGER FLORENCE FOSTER MARION MC KENNY KATHRYN FRANCIS HARRIET MARTIN RUTH CARSON ELIZABETH MC DOWKI.L HAZEL RICH LUCILLE GROFF MARGARET PROBECK ELLEN GROFF VIRGINIA MC COLL ALVENA SUPERKO SENIORS MARGARET EATON MARGARET MOGK HELEN STAIR JUNIORS ELIZABETH HASTINGS NORMA SNELL SOPHOMORES AUDREY HAXEY VIRGINIA HOBBS FRANCES PENOYAR MARY ANNE MAC ROBERTS DOROTHY WINCHEL ELIZABETH AMERINE LUCILLE JOHNSON DELIGHT BERG JUNE MARSHALL NINA SLATER ANNE JAMES HELEN SCHOONMAKER GERTRUDE SCH ULER RUTH TREBILCOCK ARLENE UNSWORTH FRESHMEN VIRGINIA COLE DOROTHY COLWELL MILDRED MORRISON JANE SAGE ALICE UNDERWOOD MARGARET WHITING PATRONESSES: MRS. HORATIO ABBOTT, MRS. CARL BRA UN, MRS. HORACE KING, MRS. EDWARD KRAUS, MRS. THOMAS REED, MRS. CLIFFORD WOODY. MEMBERS IN CITY: MRS. JOHN R. BRUMM, MRS. CHARLES FRIES, MARGARET KRAUS, MRS. A. F. MONTGOMERY, MRS. MARION BUELL, MRS. WM . PRAYER, MISS INEZ BOZARTH, MISS GRACE RICHARDS, MISS MARGARET STAIR, MRS. PAUL REHMUS, MISS FRIEDA DIEKHOKF, MRS. LEIGH J. YOUNG, MISS GERALD HARD, MISS GRACE MANSON, MRS. L. V. HEILBRUNN, MRS. CHARLES MILLEN, MRS. WALTER HALL, MRS. WM. A. FRAYER, MRS. A. F. MONTGOMERY, MISS ALICE BURTLESS. UNSWORTH SUPERKO MC COLL MARTIN SCHULER TREBILCOCK HANEY FRANCIS MC KENNY E. GROFF SNELL WINCHEL MAC ROBERTS FOSTER PROBECK L. GROFF EATON HASTINGS HOBBS MC DOWELL KRUEGER RICH STAIR PENOYAR BARLOW MOGK CARSON SAGE WHITING JOHNSON MARSHALL BERG SLATER COLWELL UNDERWOOD AMERINE COLE 474 ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1920 ACTIVE MEMBERS PHILA ARMSTRONG WAVE HA NX A MARGARET SAGENDORPH HELEN BRANNAGAN ETHEL KfHLMAX HELEX ' SHAW EDITH BARBER CATHERINE HUNTER JEAN SWIXTON X ' EVA BRANNAGAN HELEN PARMALEE LEON A SHERMAN ELAINE WASSINK ETHEL CROWE FRANCIXA FEAD SENIORS CHRISTINE BET2NER HE LEX OCOBOCH RUTH TALLMAN RUTH WILLIAMS JUNIORS MARGARET EIRICH HELEN POUND ETHEL STEVENSON FRAXCES WALSER ANNA DUNLAP HELEN VOS ELIZABETH FRIDAY LOLA HASSOCK SOPHOMORES VIRGINIA MEAD KATHERINE MATTHEWS FRESHMEN MARION GOODALE NOLA HENRY GWENDOLEN CHARLES EVELYN PFAEHLER HELEN WIGHTMAN BELEN HOCH REIN- LOUISE RITTENHOUSE ELIZABETH TURNER ADRIENNE NAGELVOKT JEANETTE WENDEL JEAN HAXNA PATRONESSES: MRS. MARY E. BVFFINGTOX, MRS. FREDERICK A. COLLER. MBS. ROY W. COWDEX, MRS. ALBERT R. CRITTEXDEX. MRS. E. E. HARTWICE, MRS. HTGH KEELER, MRS. CHALMERS J. LYOXS. MRS. H. H. SEELEY. MRS. A. FRANKLIN SHIT-L, MRS. XEIL H. WILLIAMS. MEMBERS IX Cm " : MRS. CARROLL BRIGGS, MISS L. MARGARET BUFFIXGTOX, MRS. ROY W. COWDEX, MRS. JOHX J. COX. MRS. ALBERT R. CJUTTEXDEX, MKS. ROBERT B. HALL. MRS. THEDA SHAW HOLEX. MISS ADA MULHOLLAXD, MRS. A. FRAXKLIX SHITJ., MRS. E. B. SCHCLZ. MRS. CLAREXCE D. THORPE. MRS. FRAXK WHITXEY. Dl-SLAP WASSINK ARMSTRONG EIRICH YOS WALSER MATTHEWS CROWE BARBER PFAEHLER SHAW RrTTEXHOl " SE SHERMAN M. SWIXTON STEVEXSOX WEXDEL OCOBOCH T.U.LMAX BETZXER HANXA W1GHTM.4X WILLIAMS Hl-XTER J. SWIXTOX CHARLES TlTtXER FRIDAY MEAD KVHLMAN POl " XD PARMALEE H. BR-tXXAGAX GOODALE N. BRAX-XAGAN 475 ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER ESTAHLISHKI) 1920 BARBARA ALLEN- MARION BURROWS ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS HELEN BEST LILLIAN HARDING VIOLA BREKKE WILLABELLE HARPER ALICE NEESLEY DOROTHY MERKIIl. DOROTHY MICKLEBOROUGH PAILINE MALONE ELTA SEIBERT HELEN CRAWFORD ISABELLE EDDY J CNIORS MABEL NEEF HELEN GERBERDING JANET SINCLAIR MILDRED SCAMAHORN1. HELEN KAGAY CORNELIA WAI.DEK FRANCES HUBBARD I.ENORE LONG SOPHOMORES EMMA GOODWILLIE Lt CILLE ISBELI. CATHERINE WATERS MERLE PAINE HELEN HOBSON HELEN GUSTINE FRESHMEN- ELEANOR JACKSON- CAROLYN KELLY EDITH JACKSON MEMBERS IN CITY: VIVIAN NORTH, MRS. E. D. DICKENSON. LONG WATERS CRAWFORD HUBBARD HARDING MICKLEBOROUGH SINCLAIR GERBERDINd GOODWILI.IE ALLEN NEESLEY MERKEL BEST MALONE BREKKE EDDY SCAMAHORNE HOBSON PAINE KELLY ISBEI.L KAGAY WAI.DER HARPER SEIBERT BURROWS GUSTINE ELEANOR JACKSON EDITH JACKSON 476 SIGMA ZETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1921 ACTIVE MEMBERS ELIZABETH B. BARCLAY DOROTHY I. CLINE HELEN " J. LOFTUS GERALDINE K. AUBREY MARIAS E. KUBIK MARGARET G. COLE F. EVELYN OGBORN MADGE K. GARDNER CONSTANCE CLARKE II. JEANETTE EUMONS FRANCES B. MOTZ JOSEPHINE CLARK GENEVIEVE E. HALL LUNETTE M. STARR JUNIORS ERNESTINE R. FREEUARK MARGARET A. MC NALLY CATHERINE I. SCOTT DOROTHY H. FOX ELIZABETH H. RUSSELL JULIA F. WILSON SOPHOMORES MARIAN A. DAVIDSON FAY A. SMEAD DOROTHY INGALLS CHARLOTTE E. SEATON JULIA M. WHITE FRESHMEN- DORIS M. HICKS CATHERINE R. H UESTIS ELIZABETH A. MC 1NTOSH BELLE F. VAN DE WATER NORMA E. CLARKE M. DOROTHY OG BORN- DOROTHY F. WALDO BEULAH B. HARGER MARGARET E. SANDBERG RUTH A. JAMESON- LUCY W. TUTTLE IRENE G. KYNAST PATRONESSES: MRS. HARRY BACKER, MRS. CLIFFORD MELOCHE, MRS. ROY W. COWDEN, MRS. EDSON R. SUNDERLAND, MRS. SOLOMON GIXGERICH. MEMBERS IS FACVLTY: ELLEN B. STE -ENSON, A.B., ELLA M. HYMANS, A.B. MEMBERS IX CITY: ELLA M. HYMANS, MRS. HAROLD JOHNSON, MRS. ALBERT KERLIKOWSKI, MRS. LEON MAKIELSKI, MRS. CLIFFORD MELOCHE ' ELEAXOR M. MILLER, LILLIAN B. MVNRO, MRS. CARL RUFUS, MRS. EDSON R. SUXDERLAND, ELLEN B. STEVENSON, MRS. DONALD TIMMERMAX MRS. HERBERT TWINING, M. FRANCES BORING, FLORENCE H. COATS, ESTHER S. FOUGHT, B.S., ELSIE TOWNSEND, A.B. i I N. CLARKE DAVIDSON J.OIESOX TUTTLE COLE SANDBERG ANBERG SCOTT WILSON KUBIK MC NALLY RUSSELL iO C. CLARKE CLINE D. OGBORN HALL EMMONS MOTZ STARR OGBORN MC INTOSH KVNAST VAN DE WATER GARDNER HICKS DRIVER HO BBS RARGER WALDO ALRRICH J CLARK LOFTUS SEATON OMICRON PI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1921 ACTIVE MEMBERS MARY ELLEN APPLETON JESSAMINE GRAY WINIFRED SAMPLE AXNETTE BURKHARDT NELL DICKENSON MARY KENT-MILLER WINIFRED BENEDICT DORIS KENT JOSEPHINE WEILER MARGARET CLARK MARY GREENSHIELDS MARJORIE MILLER SENIORS ARLINE EWING FRANCES NORTON- HELEN WHIPPLE JUNIORS ELIZABETH CODY LYLAS HAYES MARJORIE WEBER CLARISSA FEL1O JENNETTE MC COLL HARRIET WESTON ELIZABETH COSSITT RUTH MC BRIDE ALDA WEBER MILDRED PECKHAM HELEN BELCHER JANE MC BRIDE HELEN BOUGHEY JEAN GREENSHIELDS JOSEPHINE NORTON JUNE DAVIS SOPHOMORES LUCILLE KITTLE ALICE WESSELS FRESHMEN RUTH PALMER CYNTHIA HAWKINS MARY LAWTON MARY LOUISE TAYLOR LEONE LEE PATRONESSES: MRS. R. W. BUNTING, MRS. J. C. CRISTY, MRS. WM. INGLIS, MRS. W. W. KRAG, MRS. E. F. LLOYD, MRS. C.T. OLMSTED, MRS. W. O. RAYMOND. MEMBERS IN CITY: MRS. CARL S. SCHALMZ, ELIZABETH WYLIE, MARGARET HANSELMAN, LUVERN HAYS, A.B., VELMA LEIGH CARTER, A.B., CHARLOTTA EWING WAGNER, A.B. DICKENSON J. GREENSHIELDS J. NORTON STOCK BELCHER LAWTON HITTLE R. MC BRIDE WESTON WEILER CODY KENT-MILLER PECKHAM CLARK M. GREENSHIELDS H. WEBER F. NORTON WHIPPLE GRAY EWING MC CALL APPLETON KENT FELIO SAMPLE BURKHARDT BENEDICT WESSELS J. MC BRIDE BOUGHEY PALMER DAVIS LEE MILLER 478 PI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1921 ACTIVE MEMBERS RUTH A. DAVIDSON REVA KULAKOFSKY FANNY ROBERTS BERNICE J . SIEGEL LILLIAN SIMANSKY HELEN STRAUS PEARL TENEN BAUM JUNIORS MIRIAM KIRSCHNER GLADYS LAX RUTH ROSE NTH A L HARRIET B. LEVY NANCE SOLOMON EMELIE J. OPPENHEIM SOPHOMORE PAL ' LINE HOPP FRESHMEN CARMEN GREENBERC VIRGINIA ROSENBAUVI PATRONESSES: MISS AVGVSTA BROW ' S. MRS. HERMAN FIKSTERWALD. MRS. MORITZ LEVI. MRS. I. LEO SHARFMAN MEMBERS IN CITY: BERNICE K. HOPP. MARIAN LE - I FISKE. HOPP STRAUSS KIRSCHNER SOLOMON DAVIDSON LE ' Y SIMANSKY KAY LAX ROSENTHAL OPPENHEIM GREEN BERG TENEN BAVM SIEGEL ROSEN BALK 479 ALPHA BETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1922 VIOLET W. BAYLE INEZ W. RICHARDS ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS AGNES L. BELL LORETTA F. COOPER DRUSILLA M. PRATT MARJORIE G. SHIELDS ISABELLE SMITH RUTH K. STRICKLAND JULIA E. SUPERNAU EVA MAE TOMLINSON IONE E. VAN BUREN FLORENCE W. COOPER LUCILLE M. HOLDSWORTH RUTH P. BECKER LOLETA G. PARKER J UNIORS MARION E. COY EDITH H. DOM BEY MARGARET E. HOSTRUP PHEBE C. MORSE ALICE WILCOX MARJORIE A. EVERETT ELEANOR MACK SOPHOMORES DOROTHY M. LONG ELLEN PECKHAM WAVE CULVER MARGARET L. FRANK MARGARET H. PARKF.R RUTH L. LCKF.NS BARBARA E. TOCK FRESHMEN HELEN C. DE BEVOISE ARDITH L. JOHNSON BERNADINE H. MALAY MILDRED C. MEAD MARGARET L. MIRRFIELD HILY DALE PARKER JANE E. SUMMERS MEMBERS IN FACULTY: MARY A. CUTTING, A.B., VIRGINIA V. TRYON, A.B. MEMBERS IN CITY: JOSEPHINE COMPTON, MRS. WALTER MC CARTHY, RUTH E. MC COMB, GERTRUDE OTTMER, MRS. ALLEN WHITE. I. 4 LONG BELL KVERETT LUKINS L. COOPER BECKER L. PARKER MORSE F. COOPER WILCOX COY HOSTRUP AUSTIN DOMBEY M. PARKER TOMLINSON SHIELDS PRATT STRICKLAND RICHARDS SUPERNAU BAVUE SMITH VAN BUREN SUMMERS MALAY H. PARKER MACK TOCK DE BEVOISE JOHNSON MIRRFIELD PECKHAM HOLDSWORTH 4X0 ALPHA ETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1923 K I DORA BEGOLE FLORENCE HARNAV FLORENCE POLLOCK XORDA BELTLER ALICE FORTIER MARION BAUSCHARD FLORENCE LAKE JEAN CURRIE LUCILLE CORNELL FRANCES H INK LEY LEA SHERMAN- KITH VIAL ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS MARY DVNNIGAN ELEANOR HORNY ISABELLE SLAWSON LOIS BRASHEAR ELAINE HERBERT ESTHER BOOZE CONSTANCE LAKE MARION KERR MARTHA GILL DOROTHY MC NEIL ELIZABETH TORONGO MARGARET VALZ JUNIORS NORMA CASE EMMALOV REA MARY WOOLFITT SOPHOMORES ELIZABETH CRONIN DELMA LOYER DOROTHY ZINGG FRESHMEN- DOROTHY LYONS MARION READING MARY YETTER MARION DANIEL ALBERTA SHANK HAZEL HVY MARGARET PEPPLER DORA NICKELS MEMBER IN FACULTY: RUTH M. SWAN, AJI. MEMBERS IS CITY: MRS. ALICE GRICG, MRS. CLARENCE F. KESSLER. MRS. CLYDE E. LOVE, LOWENE BARNETT, SARITA DAVIS, MARJORIE MATTHEWS. A.B. DUSNIGAN 1AL HUY BAUSCHARD WOOLFnT PEPPLER LOYER CRONIN HINKLEY FORTIER DANIEL BRASHEAR CASE BEITLER SHANK SHERMAN CORNELL BEGOLE HORSY GILL HARNAU YEITER SLAWSON WALZ POLLOCK MATTHEWS TOROSGO MC NIELL HERBERT BOOZE READING LYONS ZINGG CURRIE KERR NICKELS C. LAKE F. LAKE 481 ETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1922 ACTIVE MEMBERS GERMAINE BAER HELEN ' M. I.A1DMAN SENIORS BERNICE M. SMITH ETHEL B. STRAUSS MATILDA AMSTATER HENNA L. KAPLAN ESTHER I. BANK CLARIN ' E LEVY ] UN10RS ANNE B. CAIMAN BEATRICE MARX MIRIAM M. OLDEN- CECELIA FINE BEATRICE MINTZ HILDA FIERER RUTH FIERER SOPHOMORES GUSTA GOLDBERG HESPER J. HERTZ FLORENCE G. HENDLER GRACE EDELMAN RUTH FINE FRESHMEN ANNETTE FISHER RUTH ZELMAN GERTRUDE M. SMITH CAPLAN OLDEN BANK AMSTATER KAPLAN MINTZ MARZ C. FINE HERTZ SMITH BAER LEVY STRAUSS LAIDMAN H. FIERER GOLDBERG R. FINE FISHER EDELMAN ZELMAN HENDLER R FIERER 482 ALPHA Ml " CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1924 LUCILLE CAXBY ALICE GOUDY MEREL PARKS ACTIVE MEMBERS SENIORS PAULINE CASBY MARIAN GO UGH GEORGIA PEET LOUISE CARLISLE MADALYN LELAND ERMA SCHULTZ ELIZABETH VAN VALKENBURGH MARJORIE GLEASON MILLIE MOORMAN- WINIFRED SHIMP ANN WHEELER BARBARA ABBOTT EVELYN STECMAN MARJORIE BARNES PAULINE SUMMY JUNIORS MARGARET MARTIN RUTH WARNER MARGARET SHERMAN DOROTHY WORKMAN- ITHMER COFFMAN VIVIAN PRATT SOPHOMORES WAVE DE BOLT ISABELLE STONE HELEN MILLER OLIVE WALKER CLARA HILBISH GRACE MAASS JEAN MC DANEL FRESHMEN- RUTH MAGEE MILDRED VANCE A L LETT A MORTON- MEMBERS IS CITY: DAISY HARDER, A.B., DOROTHEA MC CLVRE. A.B. MILLER MC DAXEL MAASS DEBOLT WORKMAN HILBISH MAGEE MORTON WALKER STONE SHERMAN CARLISLE COFFMAS VANCE STEDMAX BARNES PARKS GLEASON SHIMP MOORMAN WARNER ABBOTT MARTIN SUMMY SCHULTZ LELAXD CAN BY VAN VALKENBURGH GOUDY COUGH CAXBY CARLISLE PEET 483 ESTABLISHED 1925 ACTIVE MEMBERS HELEN I. BROWN MILDRED B. JACKSON DOROTHY J. PETTIS WILMA. A. GWINNER NEVA E. NYE MARGARET M. RACHOR FRANCES H. HAINING BERNICE M. O ' TOOLE ELEANORE G. THEWS H. WILI.AMIXE HYMA RACHAEL II. PETERSON EVA A. WRIGHT HAZEL E. CORBETT ALICE E. LEHT1NEN JUNIORS FLORENCE I.. CROSS I. ELLEN LEHTINEN MADALINE M. FITZGERALD ANNE I. MILLER FLORENCE M. FRIBLEY ALVERNE S. WEBBINK ALICE E. BROWN SOPHOMORES MARJORIE W. FIELD FRANCES M. HARLAND WILMOTH F. LUPPOLD WANDA L. RENDTORFF HAZEL E. RHODES VIOLET B. ROETH KE FRESHMAN DOROTHY H. WILLIAMS MEMBERS IN CITY: MARION K. DRUMMOND, BLANCHE I. VINCENT, MARY K. WILLIAMS, MARY E. SIMPSON, A.B. ROETHKE RENDTORFF WRIGHT RHODES E LEHTINEN FRI BI.EY WILLIAMS HAINING A. LEHTINEN FITZGERALD LUPPOLD SUTHERLAND THEWS O ' TOOLE JACKSON PETTIS MILLER PETERSON NYE SIMPSON A. BROWN CROSS H. BROWN GWINNER RACHOR HYMA 484 (Dartha Cook ' Dorm i tor y MRS. ANNE SHIPMAN STEVENS MARTHA COOK BUILDING BOARD OF GOVERNORS MRS. BARRT C. BULKLEY MISS EMIL1E SARGENT HOUSE STAFF MISS ELVA FORXCROOK MISS FRANCES C. MACK MISS MART E. WALTON . MISS ISABELLE HAMILTON MISS MARGERY DIXOX DIRECTOR HOVSE TREASURER HOUSE DIRECTOR NIGHT CHAPEROXE ASSISTANT CHAPERONE HOUSE OFFICERS GERALDIXE KNIGHT PRESIDENT MARGUERITE DUTTON VICE-PRESIDENT ALICE TRUE SECRETARY GENEVIEVE GOODMAN TREASURER MARIAN HUSTOX SEXIOR REPRESENTATIVE DOROTHY SEEBER JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVE MARY ALLSHO CAROLINE BEACH MARION BRANCH FLORENCE BURK FRANCES CLARK BERENICE CORNELL MARY CUMINGS MARGERY DIXOX MARY DfXNIGAN GLADYS EVANS MILDRED FRITZ GENEVIEVE GOODMAN ISABELLE HAMILTON VIOLET HEAR MARY HORN THELMA HUNT GLADYS KING DOROTHY KRAUSE FRANCES MC CORMICK MARGARET MENARD MARGARETTE NICHOLS MARGARET POLLOCK PRISCILLA RE1CHERT TECKLA ROSEN BUSCH FRANCES SEYDEL ELEANOR SILK CHARLOTTE STEPHEN? MARION THOMSON MARIAN VAX HORN STUDENT RESIDENTS ANNETTE BARBER BEATRICE BIRD ANN BRISTOL CHARLOTTE BURTT LOUISE E. 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JANAKI GERALDINE KNIGHT RUTH LYON CERALDINE MASTERS MARJORIE MUHLITNER DOROTHY XOVOTNEY EVANCELINE PURSELL L1NNA ROACH GRETCHEN SCHROEDER 10UISE SHIER HAZEL SNOVER JOSEPHINE THOMPSON MARJORIE TUBES MARION WELCH ALICE WORDEN RACREL BELL DOROTHY BOWERS AXNA LOUISE BUCK CATHERINE CLARK MARGARET CLEMENS FLORENCE CUMINGS CHRISTINE DEWAR DORIS DUNHAM ALLURA EXELBY JEANETTE FULLER FRANCES GOODS IDELLA GWATKIN BLANCHE HILLS ONOTA HOLMAN RUTH HULL ELEANOR KIEL HELEN KOKE KATHERINE LYONS MARY LOUISE MAXWELl GRETA MUIR DOROTHY PETTIS MARIE REED MARY ROBINSON- DOROTHY SEEBER MAXINE SHINKMAN GEXEVIEVE SPEERS MARION D. THOMPSON MAIZE VANDERBECK CLEO WOOD Newberry Residence MRS. ALEIX C. ANGELL HELEN NEWBERRY RESIDENCE BOARD OF GOVERNORS MRS. A. W. DIACK MRS. HENRY B. JOY MISS CLAIRE SANDERS MISS JEAN HAMILTON HOUSE STAFF MRS. LOUISE B. HASTINGS MRS. HENRY W. DOUGLAS DIRECTOR MISS NELL M. 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MARY ALICE MOORE ELIZABETH WELLMAX VERA CHANG ING RID ALVING ALICE CAMPBELL MARION GOOD MILDRED KUENZEL HELEN ENRILE NORM A BIC KNELL GLADYS F.ASTCOTT CHARLOTTE HARRISON CELESTINE MOLONEY DOROTHY TYLER FANNIE BAKER FRANCES DUNNEWIND ELIZABETH KNAPP EVELYN MURRAY HARRIETTS SMITH DOROTHY AMENDT ALICE FOUCH ESTHER JOHNSON ELSIE RADFORD GERTRUDE SCHULER JANE BARNES HILDA EVANS DOROTHY HARRISON MARY ALICE MOORE HELEN STOLZ SENIOR REPRESENTATIVE JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVE SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVE FRESHMAN REPRESENT ATIVE FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVE GRADUATES MARIA LANZAR ELLEN NYLUND SENIORS PAUI.INE BRIDGMAN EUNICE EICHHORN ROYENA HORN BECK TOKI SATO MARIE VAN OSENBRUGGEN JUNIORS MADELINE BOVVERS RUTH HIRSCHMAN KATHERINF. LARDNER JOSEPHINE ROSS ELIZABETH THOMAS HELEN YOUNG SOPHOMORES A DELE EWELL I.UCILE HAMILTON- DOROTHY MC CONICAL MARTHA ROBINSON MATILDA SOMMERFIELD ESTHER STANBRO FRESHMEN MARY BURNS HELEN CARRF.LI. LESLIE FRANCE MILDRED FRANDSEN CATHERINE H UESTIS ANNE MERRILL IRMA SANZENBACHER HULDAH SMITH HARRIETTS STONE HELEN THOMPKINS ELIZABETH WELLMAX LUCII.E BEE BE MABY FLINTERMAN RUTH LAMBERT ADELINE O ' BRIEN MARGARET SMITH IRENE DILLON- GERTRUDE GREENWALD VIVIAN LA JEUXESSE NOMA REID ELSIE SMITH JANE SKILLEN RUTH BROWNE ETHEL FRALICK EVA KARPINSKI KATHRYN SHIELDS BERNICE WILLIAMS MEIRODIXE CASE EVELYNK JOHNSON AGATHA MC CRACKEN RUTH ROTHGEB MARYON WELLS ALICE FELLOWS MIRIAM HOSMER JEAN MC KAIG MABEL SCHOTT LAURA SOULE LUCILE DEINZER ELIZABETH GLASPIE ELSA MILLER JESSIE SMITH JOSEPHINE WELCH 486 BETSY BARB OUR HOUSE MRS. DEAN IV. MYERS BOARD OF GOVERNORS MRS. ELROY JONES MRS. 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" " Gracious good- I , | I ness Sam. What ' s all the racket jj J I about? " queried Dick Rover, who was standing right next to Sam Rover, his youngest brother, on the platform of the train as it slowly puffed into the railroad station at Ann Arbor. " Yes. Sam, you don ' t need to take a fellow ' s ear off yelling like that, " complained Tom, rubbing his ear ruefully. " We ll, here we are, that ' s why, " explained the jubilant Sam. " Ready for our first term in school, " agreed Dick, whose mind always turned to the serious side of their adventures. " Won ' t it be fun though, " put in Tom, thinking of the many madcap scrapes and midnight " lunches " that were in store for them. Perhaps it would be wise, dear readers, to explain here how the three adventurous boys happened to be on the train bound for Ann Arbor, Michigan, where they planned to enter the University, where, as their father said " they would probably have some of their tarnal foolishness taken out of them " . Those who followed the doings of the Rover boys in " The Rover Boys at Prep School; or, Thwarting the Two Cronies Flapp and Baxter " , will recall just as the boys had settled down to work, secure in the belief that the two arch-villains, Lew Flapp and Dan Baxter, had been killed in the mine explosion in the old Aztec caves in Mexico, the two cronies had turned up again. In foiling the schemes of their tormentors, the boys had been led far afield. More of their adventures have been told in the sixth, seventh, and eighth volumes of the series. But even through all their stirring trials, Dick, who was the eldest and the natural leader of the party. EDITOR ' S NOTE: Due apologies for the use of the famed Rover Boys in the following narrative are herewith extended to Mr. Edward Stratemeyer and Grosset and Dunlap. his publishers. of New York City. was ever of the opinion that an education was, after all, the main thing in life. As he was wont to tell his brothers, Tom and Sam, when the three boys were sitting down to rest after some stirring adventures had quite worn them out, that " after all they would have to give up their good times sometime and get down to work " . Even Sam, who usually broke out with some " sly dig " at his brother at these times, would sober up. Unfortunately, how- ever, with the fun-loving Sam these moods did not last long. When the boys landed at New York on the steamer after their travels and good fortune in Mexico, where they located the lost mine of Montezuma and found their father living with the aboriginal Yucatan natives, they were met by their uncle, who insisted that they go to some school " where they would be kept out of mischief " . As all our readers know, the boys had spent some years at Putnam Hall, where they were preparing for some higher institution, when they became involved in difficulties with Professor Van Rine, who joined forces with Dan Baxter and Lew Flapp after the Rovers had exposed him and he had been forced to leave the school. Thus the boys were fully prepared to enter upon the last stages of their education, and so, after this brief word of explanation, we return to them on the platform of the train. " Curse the Rovers " growled Lew Flapp (The Rover Boys in Ann Arbor Page 534) 491 The train slowed down for the stop, and the sound of many voices cheering reached the ears of the boys. " RAH RAH RAH, RAH RAH RAH, ROVERS! " came the yell. " What is all the cheering about? " asked the puzzled Tom, who did not hear the last word of the yell because of the brakes of the train. " Ah guess they ' s cheerin ' fo ' youall, Marse Tom, " grinned Snowball, the porter, who al- ready had come to know and love the three happy-go-lucky, but determined, boys. " Well now, " stammered Sam, tears coming to his eyes from this unexpected reception. But his prankish nature soon re-asserted itself, as we can see by his next words. " Dick, Tom, " he hissed. " What? " said Dick and Tom, turning to him- " Let ' s sneak off the other side of the train and fool them, " proposed Sam. " Say that ' s a good one, " chimed in Tom, who was always ready to follow out his brother ' s jokes. " All right, " agreed Dick, who saw no harm in the plan. So when the creaking train finally pulled up to a dead stop, the boys jumped to the ground on the opposite side of the train from the yell- ing, crowding students at the station. Laugh- ing heartily to themselves, the boys plied their way up the track, when suddenly Tom stopped short with a muffled exclamation. " Hist! " Dick and Sam heard him say. " What ' s up, Tom? " anxiously questioned the other two, quick to see that something was wrong. " Who is that walking up there? " he whis- pered, pointing to a figure that had just crawled from the rods under one of the coaches and was now hurrying covertly ahead of them- The man ' s back seemed vaguely familiar to them, so they hurriedly set after him. Quick as they were, however, the fugitive was quick- er, and managed to round the end of the train ahead of them, to make quickly for the safety of the mob of students. " Well, it probably wasn ' t anybody we. know, " said Sam, tired of running. " Look! " shouted Tom, excitedly. " What? " asked his brothers. The running man, just as he merged with the crowd, had turned to look at them. " Dan Baxter! " exclaimed the boys. " Well of all things. Wouldn ' t you just know he ' d appear to spoil our first year at school. " CHAPTER II But the dismay in the hearts of the boys at the sight of their arch-enemy was destined to be soon dispelled by the waiting students. The latter, disappointed by the failure of the Rovers to arrive on their proper train, were just turning to leave the station when they espied the three boys, and with a great shout of " Here they are! " they dashed forward. In a twinkling the boys were elevated upon willing, staunch shoulders, and as the band led the march were borne triumphantly up the winding hill of State street to the campus. " Let me down fellows, " pleaded the reticent Tom, but these indications of his modesty only brought forth fresh enthusiasm from his sup- porters and he was hoisted still higher. " Rovers! Rovers! " the crowd yelled to the beat of their marching steps, and the Rovers blushed at the admiration of their new-found friends. Even on top of the jostling shoulders, how- ever, Tom Rover kept his eyes open, and thus was quick to notice the lone figure that stood on the hill at one side as they passed, his face drawn in a vicious scowl of rage. " Professor Van Rine " thought Tom, and looked again to make sure, but the figure disappeared too soon. Tom made a mental note to inform his brothers of the happening. As it later turned out, how- ever, the other boys had seen the man with as great a sinking of the heart as had Tom. By now the procession had reached the steps of the Union, where the boys were de- posited with many cheers. " Speech, Speech! " came one cry from the reau, and the students all took it up. 492 Dick, blushing violently, was shoved up on a stone ledge, where he stood for a moment struggling to descend. " Yea Dick " , the cry went up. Then Dick, finding no way out of his predic- ament, held up his hand for silence. The cheers ceased, and the crowd pushed closer to hear his words. " Fellows, " began Dick hesitatingly, " unused to public speaking as I am " but here his words were drowned by the roars of laughter that greeted his sally. When silence had once more been established, the boy, now quite at ease, commenced again. " Fellows, you all know " but here again he was interrupted by the cleverer listeners, who saw the humor of his opening words. His re- ception encouraging Dick, he found words un- usually spontaneous, and went on with his s peech. " Fellows, " began Dick for the third, and the last time, " words cannot begin to express my I mean our appreciation of the way you fellows have treated us. I am sure that we don ' t deserve all this (here Dick ' s voice broke, and he cleared his throat huskily) and I am sure that we will do everything we can to re- turn the favor. I am sure we want to know you one and all, and I am sure we will be in the same classes and activities together so that we can all be friends. By the end of the year we hope to know you all by your first names. " And with that concluding flourish, Dick jumped down, and the three boys made their way to their lodgings, located at a point not far distant from the campus which they were so soon to know and love. " Fun-loving Sam reports to the Dean " (The Rover Boys in Ann Arbor Page 498) 493 " Dick Rover forgets Dora Stanhope " (The Rover Boys in Ann Arbor Page 566) CHAPTER III. " Well, I can ' t say these rooms are so nice, " remarked Tom, gazing about the quarters in the rooming house that they were to call home for a year. " Not nearly so nice as our rooms on the houseboat in ' The Rover Roys on the River ' , " added Sam. " No, and there isn ' t any hot water, either, " put in Dick, who had just come from the bath- room. " Well, what do you say to a little bite to eat? " suggested the hungry Tom, whose long train-ride had enlivened his ever-ready appe- tite. " Now isn ' t that just like Tom? " jibed Sam, who himself was a little hungry and ready to join Tom. So arm in arm the trio sallied out, having blown out the light and put the room in order. CHAPTER IV " Well, what ' s it going to be, Dick? " smiled the waiter in the Campus lunch, as the three boys climbed on the restaurant stools. " Toasted Roll, " ordered Dick promptly, as he had already learned the favorite student dish. " One without, " ordered Tom. " And yours, Sam? " " Make mine the same, " said Sam, innocently watching his chance to spill the sugar on the floor. Then the boys fell to with a vim, and soon disposed of the small rations that were brought. " Anything else, boys? " inquired the man be- hind the counter, particularly anxious to please the popular customers. " No, you ' d better not, " chimed in a voice from a neighbor. " We ' d like to have you over to the frat for dinner tonight. " " Oh no you don ' t, " put in another student. " We ' re going to have them at our h us; to- night. " By this time, a large crowd was on hand, all pressing engagements upon the three bewildered boys. Then one quiet, fine looking boy stepped up, holding up his hand, he said: " Boys, it wouldn ' t be fair to have all three of the Rovers in one fraternity. Why not one of you take just one of them? " The newcomer happened to be Bob Brown, the captain of the football team and the idol of the campus, so they listened to his words. " That ' s right, Bob, " cheered the students. " We ' ll take Dick, " clamoured one group. " Sam Rover, " chorused another group. " Tom for us, " yelled still a third. Dick, seeing that the argument was not yet settled, raised his hand for quiet. " Fellows, " he began, " I don ' t think that any of us three would be happy without the others, much as we would like to please you all. So I guess we ' ll just have to stay independent and be just friends of you all. " " That ' s fine, Dick. Congratulations, " said Bob Brown, quietly, putting out his hand, for he admired the boys ' spirit. CHAPTER V After leaving the lunchroom, the boys wended their way across the campus to their rooms, for their bags were still unpacked. While they were yet across the road, a stealthy figure was seen to emerge from the house, and disappear in the shadows of the porch. Break- ing into a run, the boys reached the house and 494 People are Flocking to the GREENWICH VILLAGE Supper No Cover Charge DANCING s- o Different? You ' ll know so! Interesting? All Detroit attests! Revolutionary? Well, slightly! Delicious food best music in the state finest dance floor frequented by the Town ' s May- fairites all for the modest sum of $1. 495 dashed madly to their room, stumbling on the dark stairs. Turning up the gas, a hasty glance revealed that the room had been looted. Bags opened, clothing strewn about, every- thing betokened a hasty but thorough search of their effects. " We ' ve been robbed, " gasped Tom, turning to his brothers. They nodded silent agree- ment. " What ' s that on the mirror? " pointed Dick- " Dust, " rejoined the fun-loving Sam. " No, I mean that paper, " answered Dick, and removed from the glass a note pasted there. " What is it, Dick? " queried the others. " A note, " answered Dick. " I wonder who it ' s from? " thought Tom aloud. " Yes, I wonder, " said Sam. " Maybe it ' s from the landlady, " hazarded Dick, holding the note in his hand. C. F. MEYERS Print Shop UR shop in its business policy aims toward making customers not sales. With this policy in mind we always serve the public as customers. SOCIETY and COMMERCIAL PRINTING ENGRAVING " For Quality and Service None Better " 215 S. Main Just off Liberty Fraternities, Sororities and House Clubs In taking care of your bakery require- ments for the coming year look to a reliable concern which can give you service and quality. 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Burkhardl Bldg., Lamed Second Aw. DETROIT, MICH. : : " Why, I thought we had done them up for good in the lost Aztec treasure mine in ' The Ro- ver Boys in Guatemala ' , " remarked Tom. " So did I, but here they are, " concluded Sam, truthfully. " As Hans Mueller says, ' A bad pfennig always turns up ' , " humorously replied Dick, aware that he must do something to bolster the flagging spirits of his brothers. Their feel- ings relieved by this sally the trio sat down to discuss matters calmly. " Well, " remarked Dick, the elder of the three boys, " now we are in for it. " " No more carefree days for us now for a while, " seconded Tom, who fully sensed the danger they were in, and was for the moment sobered by the thought. " Well, " appended Sam, who always looked on the bright side of things, " we ' ll just have to make the best of it. 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" I ' ll have to see it first before I believe it. " CHAPTER VII Of course, dear readers, you must not sup- pose that student life at Ann Arbor is just a matter of football and good times, for even the Rovers found themselves obliged to study " hard " in some of their courses. Especially Dick was head over heels in books, for he had determined to win the Wurzel-Flummery scholarship, and when he heard that Dan Bax- ter had set out to win the same prize he knew that he must work doubly hard to counter- balance the villainy of his enemy. Fortunately the three boys had all managed to enroll in the same sections, so that one was able to help the others. But even so, the un- happy trio encountered many snags in Profes- sor Van Rine ' s course, in which Baxter and Flapp were also registered. Van Rine, never forgetful of his failure to harm the Rover boys while in preparatory school, tried vainly for some loop-hole to evidence his antagonism, but the best he could do was to play favorites with his two cronies. This, of course, enraged the other students in the course, who fumed impotently at seeing their idols victimized, but as Tom philosophically put it, " there wasn ' t nothin g to be done " . " Rover, " fiendishly asked Van Rine one day, " name the forty-seven states of the Union. " " I beg your pardon, sir, " answered Dick innocently, " to the best of my knowledge there are forty-eight states. " In the riotous laughter that followed, even Dick was forced to smile. " Very well, then, " returned Rine venom- ously, " name them in ten minutes or get out of the class. " Dick started. He realized the gigantic task that lay before him, but he started out bravely. " Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada " he recited. " Ho ho, " broke in Flapp. " Since when is Nevada a state in the United States? " He sneered aloud until Sam threatened to " box his ears for him " . " Silence, " roared Rine, who knew too well that Dick was in the right, much as he dis- liked to rebuke Flapp. Only once did Dick falter in that splendid recitation, and then Tom came promptly to the rescue, so that the entire forty-eight states were named off in slightly less than eight minutes. " Class dismissed, " mumbled Rine, chagrined at the upset in his plot to put the Rovers out of countenance. " That was a dirty shame that he tried you like that, Dick, " remarked Ken Kellar, as the boys strolled from the classroom. " I ' ll take that little matter up with the Student Coun- cil, " he promised. And he did. CHAPTER VIII " Rover, can you explain this? " This was the fateful inquiry that was put to Dick Rover, in company with Tom and Sam in the Dean ' s office some time later. 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DETROIT, MICHIGAN Equipment for Every Kind of Athletics at Rayl ' s have furnished equipment to winning teams and individuals in every sport, for fifty years Regardless of the kind of athletics you are going to take up you will find the proper equipment at Rayl ' s in Detroit. Mail Orders Cheerfully Filled r GOOD HARDWARE POUNDED IN 1875 WOODWARD AND GRAND RIVER EAST Can We Helpfully Serve You? HAT is the attitude of mind of the entire personnel of Goodyear ' s every day; in reference to every person in this community. Goodyear ' s exists for public service; the store is filled with things people need or would enjoy having. It gathers them, sends them to your home all at the fairest prices. Goodyear ' s serves the industries of the nation, because Goodyear ' s distribute many of the products that are manufactured by workmen who in turn buy goods they need with the money they earn. Thus is aided universal prosperity, by selling what workers create, by cater- ing to your comfort and happiness by making merchandise easily available for you. So Goodyear ' s becomes the exposition for the community, of the useful and desirable things made all over this country as well as things that come from abroad. 124 S. MAIN STREET GOODYEAR ' S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN TELEPHONE 4171 546 Interior Walls Sealed Jviffi StiploLct BESIDES being a sealing medium of unusual merit, Stiploid is an ideal finish for the interior of Public Buildings, Institutions, and the Home. Ink blotches, match scratches, etc., mean nothing to a Stiploid finished wall, owing to its abilitv to withstand repeated washings ; without any harm to the finish, even though cleansed with the aid of an abrasive soap. Which means that Stiploid is good for many, many years of service which in turn means Satisfaction and Economy. Detroit Graphite Company DETROIT U.S.A. 547 Henry C.Lij tton 8 Sons State at Jackson Chicago THE LYTTON COLLEGE SHOP The Style Center of Middle West University Men In this exclusive little shop, its prices made low by the tremendous buying power of the main store, you find the latest in College Styles and you ' ll like the way in which the young men here seem to know just what you want. Visit the College Shop when you are in Chicago! 548 to smile, though their hearts were low within them. " What? " questioned Dick, upon whom the light had not yet dawned. " Yes, what, Tom? " asked Sam ruefully thinking that at last the hands of the Rovers had been tied. " Don Baxter and Lew Flapp are the Culprits " Sam. Dick, and the gloomy Dean started up from their chairs in amazement at this remark- able announcement from Tom, who laughed and cried alternately at the simplicity of his discovery. " Yes, Tom, suppose they did. What dif- ference does that make? " " Don ' t you see? " pleaded Tom. " If they did it, then we didn ' t do it, and we won ' t be suspended. " " And we won ' t have to give up freshman football, " cried Sam. " And I won ' t lose the Wurzel-Flummery scholarship prize, " shouted Dick. " And, " began the Dean joyfully, " I won ' t have to suspend three such gifted football players from the University. " " Hooray, " they all shouted in unison. " Stop, " shouted someone who had just stepped inside the door, and the happy group paused in its abandon to observe the newcomer. It was Professor Van Rine. His face was like a black thundercloud as he strode into the room, Flapp and Baxter at his heels. " Before you let these go free, " shouted Rine. pointing at the Rovers, " they ' ve got to prove that they didn ' t rob the Majestic and wreck the trains. " " Yes, " shouted Flapp, in which he was joined by his crony. Baxter. " Too true, " agreed the Dean, downcast. The boys glanced at each other in mute dismay. " Ha, " sneered Baxter: " come on, Rine and Flapp. Let ' s go get a soft drink. " And, their dastardly work done, they filed from the room. CHAPTER IX The next afternoon, the downcast trio were taking a stroll down by the river to relieve their feelings, and to think up a scheme to thwart the arch-villains. Lew Flapp, Dan Bax- ter, and Van Rine. Scarce had they progressed a hundred yards when they were startled by the sound of cries, apparently issuing from the bushes that lined the road. " Hark. " cried Tom, halting in dismay. " What is that noise that I heard? It sounded like a cry to me. " " Hark, " repeated Sam, " I thought I heard a sound too. It seemed to come from the bushes yonder. " " Shsh, " put in Dick. " Did you boys hear a noise? I thought it came from those bushes over by the side of the road. " " Well. " remarked Dick, the eldest Rover, after a moment ' s thought. " It did sound like a cry or else it was a shriek. Yes. it sounded distinctly like a cry or shriek of some kind. " Instantly the three boys were across the road that separated them from the noise that had occasioned these remarks, and after a cursory glance around they dived headlong into the tangled undergrowth. Had they but waited a moment longer they might have seen two men. Lew Flapp and Dan Baxter, emerge from the bushes, and sneak stealthily away. " Hi, " called out Tom Rover, striving in vain to pierce the dense tangle of vines and leaves that obstructed his vision. " Hi, is anybody there? " " Look, look, what villain ' s work is this? " gasped Dick, who had crawled further than his brothers into the undergrowth. " My God I mean, my goodness, " corrected Sam, remembering in the nick of time his mother ' s oft repeated warning never to give vent to oaths. " It is the Dean, the Dean of the college. And well nigh done away with too. " " Well, it is not quite so bad as that, " spoke up the very man concerning whom the boys 549 were talking. " But " and here the man ' s face grew grey with suppressed pain " But were it not for the fortunate arrival of you brave lads, my plight might well have been of a different outcome. " " Well, the first thing to be done, " remarked Dick in a cool, matter-of-fact voice, " is to bring this unfortunate man home, where he may have the best medical attention possible, but in the meant ime we will do all that we can to alleviate his pain. " In a trice the boys set about their work. Each one knew just what to do, and he did it with a skill that bespoke a long and intimate acquaintance with first aid. As they worked their spirits rose, and soon the three found themselves laughing and chatting merrily as they bustled about, making tournequets, and setting broken bones. " You know, boys, " said Tom suddenly, " I have a feeling that things will turn out all right for us yet. " Blue Goose Brand Bed Pillows Schadt Mathewson Manufacturers Detroit Michigan Hayden Van Atter and Company INVESTMENT BONDS DETROIT GRAND RAPIDS 550 Values Have Made the Kresge Stores " THE VICTORS " in their field FROM a single store in ' 97 to more than 300 today is a record of which the S. S. Kresge Company is proud. It is the direct result of the public ' s appreciation of honest values, courteous service and genuine savings. Adherence to these policies has enabled the Kresge Company to add on an average of 1 new store every month to its great chain, which already has spread to nearly every section of the country. The Following Stores are Serving the People of Michigan 5c-10c-25c Stores 1201 Woodward Ave. 206 Huron Ave. 307 Center Ave. . . 405 S. Saginaw St. 66 N. Saginaw St. 249 W. Western Ave. 55 W. Main St. . . 133 S. Burdick . . . 135 Monroe Ave. 114 S. Washington Ave 204 S. Main St. . . 133 W. Michigan . . 1449 Woodward Ave. 9542 Jos. Campau Ave. 13933 Woodward Ave., pcvm . . Detroit 4 7I. IV fMmm 141 Monroe Ave. . v jjtisrca . Grand Rapids . Port Huron 1403 Woodward Bay City Ave. . . . Detroit . . Flint 38 N. Saginaw Pontiac . Pontiac 413 S. Saginaw . . . Flint . Muskegon 240 Huron Ave. . Port Huron Battle Creek 303 Center Ave. . . . Bay City Kalamazoo 275 W. Western Grand Rapids Ave . . Muskegon Lansing 200 S. Main St. . . . Ann Arbor Ann Arbor 131 W. Michigan . . Jackson . . Jackson 59 W. Main . . Detroit St Battle Creek Hamtramck 216 S. Washington Hiahland Park . Ave. . . Lansing S. S. KRESGE COMPANY Headquarters Kresge Bldg. o Detroit, Mich. " Yes, " seconded Dick, " I have the same feeling. I suppose that there must be some divine power watching over us that knows that we are innocent of any perfidy, " mused the eldest Rover seriously. " You are right, boys, " spoke up a voice be- hind them, " for it was Lew Flapp and Dan Baxter and Van Rine who robbed the Majestic and overset the trains. " Turning in surprise, they beheld the Dean just recovered from a dead faint. It was he who had given utterance to the revelation of the cronies ' duplicity. CHAPTER X From here on existence, as Sam Rover neatly turned the phrase, at Ann Arbor was " smooth sailing " . When the Dean was able to negotiate the long walk home, helped by the Rovers, he related how he had come across Van Rine, Flapp, and Baxter acting in sus- picious fashion, whereupon he had de- DETROIT LUMBER COMPANY Lumber Lath Shingles Interior Finish 8 YARDS IN DETROIT Phone Cedar 209(1 Rinshed-Gagnier Paint Company Jobbers of PAINTS, VARNISHES, STAINS, BRUSHES, LADDERS, PAINTERS ' SUPPLIES, Etc. Detroit Michigan 552 Exterior View of Laic Club Interior View of Dining Room Built for the Ages a fitting display of perfect stone erection by DAVID F. BEVERIDGE DETROIT. MICHIGAN 553 The Exterior of the SIMPSON MEMORIAL is built of INDIANA LIMESTONE HIS stone is the most important building stone in the world because of its Beauty, Endurance, Fire Resistance and Uni- formity of Strength and Color; and because its market extends from Alaska to Buenos Aires and from Japan to France W. M C MILLAN SON, INC. BEDFORD, IND. QUARRYMEN and CUT STONE CONTRACTORS NEW YORK CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA LOS ANGELES 554 What Makes Theatres Popular. 1 -Pictures 2- Atmosphere 3-Audience 4 -Music N making use of these well recog- nized attributes of theatre suprem- acy our main consideration is the student. Our pictures are of the highest quality atmosphere typifies the Michigan Spirit music that is selected for the popularity that it en- joys among the student body our crowds are mainly students. MAJESTIC ARCADE WUERTH 555 B. E. Muehlig DRY GOODS and NOTIONS HERE YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND Quality Merchandise THAT INSURES SATISFACTION AND ESTABLISHES THE CON- FIDENCE THAT OUR MANY PATRONS HAVE. The completeness of our stocks, the fair prices we ask and the service we render, prompts us to solicit your patronage. Phone 8411 126 S. Main ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN FRANK C. TEAL COMPANY Johbers ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Distributor for General Electric Co. Edison Mazda Lamps DETROIT :: :: MICHIGAN Official Decorators for 1927 J. Hop GEO. P. JOHNSTON FLAG DECORATING COMPANY DETROIT -:- MICHIGAN E mellow comfort of old Cathedral Win- JL dows is given in SOFT-LITE Lenses. SOFT- LITES are made of special exclusive French glass. MERITS: Whatever beneficial qualities you desire in prescribing a colored lens, you have in SOFT- LITES. Because of the non-interference with the natural ilow of light, SOFT-LITE lenses are Safe for all eyes. A natural tint gives a natural appearance to the face, thus is inconspicuous and pleasing. SOFT-LITES are ground solely by Bausch Lomb Optical Company in single vision Punktal and Kryptok forms, and by One-Piece Bifocal Lens Company in LHtex form. MICHIGAN DISTRIBUTORS WOLVERINE OPTICAL COMPANY GRAND RAPIDS DETROIT BATTLE CREEK 556 Leadership in value gives this leadership in sales. HUDSON-ESSEX World ' s Largest Selling " SIXES " The Hudson Brougham illustrated above has all the distinction of the fine custom built cars. And with it a price advantage based on the world ' s largest 6-cylinder production. In quality and workmanship Hudson and Essex are alike. Essex is nimble and quiet in perform- ance. It is easy riding and easy to handle. It is economical and long-lasting. And you get its closed car comforts and 6-cylinder advantages at little more than you pay for the lowest priced " Fours " . HUDSON-ESSEX Dealers Everywhere Now Quote Prices A. Y. D. " ' At Your Door " Including Freight. War Tax and Equipment, Bumpers, Front and Rear, Electric- Windshield Cleaner, Radia- tor Shutters, Motometer, Transmission Lock ( built in ) and Combination Tail and Stop-Light. HUDSON MOTOR CAR COMPANY, Detroit, Mich. 557 BARBECUE INN Across from Literary Bldg. -e e- Sandwiches from the BARBECUE INN are different that is the point that makes the students call for our sandwiches. Rich, flavored with sauce and spice. Roasted in true barbecue style. Fresh and sanitary. AMERICAN-MARSH PUMPS Centrifugal and Direct Acting THE American-Marsh line of centrifugal pumps are built with the same painstaking care that characterizes the construction of our well-known direct-acting steam pumps. The capacities range from 5 to 5000 gallons per minute. Both single and Multi-stage patterns for heads up to 500 feet. They are the result of over 35 years ' experience in the manufacture of high grade pumping machinery. See them in the new University Power Plant. May we send you a Catalog? American Steam Pump Co. Battle Creek, Michigan J. S. HAGGERTY Manufacturer of STOCK and COMMON BRICK PHONE OFFICE, CADILLAC 9467 1815 Dime Savings Bank Bldg. DETROIT MICHIGAN 558 eA ' Promise fulfilled To carry through one of the greatest expansion programs in automobile history, Dodge Brothers, Inc. invested more than $10,000,000 in new build- ings and advanced new equipment. Remarkable new mechanical processes were perfected, making it possible, in many instances, for one machine to do the work formerly done by six, eight and ten machines and do it better. Making it possible, too, for one man more quickly and accurately to do the work of many. And clearing large areas of factory space for greater output. Tremendous increases in production have followed. Vast economies have followed. Finer precision in crafts- manship has followed. Vital improve- ments in Dodge Brothers Motor Car have followed and, as promised, astonishingly low new prices made possible by these gigantic develop- ments. Your share in this great investment is the money you save by purchasing, at the lowest price, the finest vehicle ever produced by Dodge Brothers. A DODGE BRPTHEIV5 TOL ' UJNG CAH. AT r - Roadster - 795 Coupe $845 Sedan - - 895 F. O. B. DETROIT DODEE- BROTHERS MOTOR CARS 559 Hotel Whitney (Children of the Stage ' I V HE names gleaned from our reg- 1 ister would constitute, with few exceptions, a roster of the greatest of living actresses and actors. A list of people of discriminating taste in hotel values, of which we are proud: RAYMOND HITCHCOCK JULIA ARTHUR GEORGE SIDNEY CARROLL Me COM AS MAY ROBSON MAY IRWIN MRS. FISKE FRANK TINNEY EDDIE LEONARD DAVID WARFIELD LAURA HOPE CRE VS CYRIL MAUDE JOSEPH CAWTHORN VERA FOKINA M. FOKINE LEO DlTRICHSTEIN Swiff s Drug Store 340 S. STATE ST. 1 1 for PURE DRUGS DRUG SUNDRIES STUDENT SUPPLIES FOUNTAIN SERVICE 90% of all the cars using front end chain drive are equipped with Morse Genuine Silent Chains CHAIN COMPANY Main Office and Works ITHACA, NEW YORK Sales and Engineering Office DETROIT, MICHIGAN 560 The Ann Arbor Savings Bank ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $2,712,072.01 Bonds and Mortgages 2,549,026.89 Overdrafts 1,602.69 Banking Houses 136,500.00 Furniture and Fixtures 17,000.00 Other Real Estate 3,399.14 Items in Transit 23,525.06 U.S. Bonds 225,000.00 Cash Resources: U.S. Bonds . . . .$212,900.00 Cash Due from Banks 566,651.18 Total Cash on hand, in Ba nks and U.S. Bonds 779,551.18 LIABILITIES Capital Stock: Paid in $ 50,000.00 Earned 250,000.00 $300,000.00 Surplus Fund Karnedj 300,000.00 Undivided Profits 157,418.18 Dividends Unpaid 7,067.50 Reserved for Taxes 3,134.45 Commercial Deposits $1,871,071.24 Bank Deposits . 114,096.10 Savings Deposits 3,444,889.50 Total Deposits 5,430,056.81 Bills Payable 250,000.00 Total $6,447,676.97 Total $6.447,676.97 BOARD OF DIRECTORS M. J. FRITZ M. L. WALZ WALTER C. MACK JOHN C. FRITZ CARL F. BRAVN JOHN E. SWISHER ROY B. HISCOCK OFFICERS MICHAEL J. FRITZ . WALTER C. MACK . CARL F. BRAUN . WM. L. WALZ . . JOHN C. FRITZ . ALFRED F. STAEB Rov B. HISCOCK. NORMAN A. OTTMAR President Vice-Presidenl Vice- President Cashier Asst. Cashier Asst. Cashier Asst. Cashier Asst. Cashier The Oldest and Largest Savings Bank in Washtenaw County 561 The Secret of Ideal Heating with AMERICAN Radiators There is an Ideal-American pro- duct for every heating require- ment and for every purse. Our advice and suggestions on Heating problems are always at your service. Address Dept. MD. AMERICAN RADIATOR COMPANY NEW YORK :-: BUFFALO Sales Branches in Principal Cities. CHICAGO S62 ceiess ervice SPECIALIZING IN THE FINEST PORTRAITS AND GIVING UNEQUALLED SERVICE PHOTOGRAPHER We are in a position to interest you in the latest styles in PORTRAITS DEY STUDIO 334 So. State St. Ann Arbor, Michigan 563 termined to follow them. This he had done, and by eavesdropping had learned that they had perpetrated the deeds of which the Rovers were accused. When he was discovered in his hiding place, the villains had pounced upon him and were beating him to within an inch of his life when the advent of the Rovers scared them off. Of course, it was only a matter of time until the three boys were satisfactorily cleared of all charges, the latter being then laid against Flapp, Baxter, and Rine. Rine and Flapp were apprehended, and when about to be brought to trial wealthy relatives interceded for them and got them off. Baxter, who our readers know is only too slippery, had made his escape good and covered all tracks. With their enemies gone, the boys returned to their school work and athletics. Dick won the Wurzel-Flummery scholarship and was personally congratulated by President Little at the Honors Convocation, and although only a freshman, was granted an early membership in Phi Beta Kappa for his good work. ROOFING constitutes a very important item in the erec- tion of all modern types of buildings. Over seventeen year ' s experience in the busi- ness of furnishing and applying roofing ma- terial, for all types used places the Wheelock- Prestler Company in a position to aid builders selecting material. The Michigan University endeavors to use the best material that is applied by the - WHEELOGK-PRESTLER ROOFING CONST. GO. JACKSON and BATTLE CRKKK ;O that you may ride quickly and safely from one floor to an- other, and so that your journey may be made quietly and smoothly and with the assurance of uninterrupted service. Haughton Elevators were selected for the Literary Building of the University of Michigan. HAUGHTON ELEVATORS 564 Benjamin Dansard Company - Municipal and Corporation Bonds 312 BUHL BLTLDING -.- DETROIT, MICHIGAN TELEPHONE. RANDOLPH 6 44-45-16 Undenvriters and Distributors of Municipal. Corporation and First Mortgage Bonds 565 Sam and Tom returned to the freshman foot- ball squad, but were not allowed to participate in the Varsity scrimmages because the first squad men were giving way under the strain. Naturally, when the football season was over, the boys turned their attention to track and baseball, swimming, tennis, and debating. " I ' ll bet every one of those boys ' ll be a 10 letter man, " grinned Coach Yost enthusiastically as he watched Sam pole vault, Dick pitch, and Tom hurdle one day at Ferry Field. Only one phase of their Ann Arbor first year remains to be mentioned; that was how Dora Stanhope, and Nellie and Grace Laning lost out in the race for the hearts of the adventur- ous boys. Dick, with deft words, summarized the matter by saying that " Ann Arbor girls have the advantage of training and experience over the home town girl. They don ' t know much, but what they do know they use. " And now, dear readers, we must bring to a close the stirring story of " The Rover Boys in Ann Arbor " . How they spent their next sum- mer, trekking across the African veldt in company with Alec Pop, and others of their famed friendship, will be told in another story soon to be prepared entitled " The Rover Boys ' Neath Afric Sun, or Among the Wild Elephant Nests " . The volume will be sent postpaid to any address for $.75. Of course, the boys pull through Africa, even fighting against fiendish pygmies, with great success, like true American youths. But after all, aren ' t they just real, live American boys? LEO TAUBE, President EDWARD A. FETTERS, Vice-Pres. FRED C. STANGE, Sec ' y and Mgi . HUGO A. 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As the country ' s leading bus builder, Reo offers the Pay-Enter for city oper- ation, and the Wicker Chair Obser- vation Coach for highway travel. Reo Motor Car Company, Lansing, Mich. Staebler Sons Garage, 211 South Ashley St., Ann Arbor, Mich. 568 When in Ann Arbor You are Always Welcome at Our Studio } our Negatives are KepForCFile and Duplicates May be Had at Any Time Portraits of Quality PHOTOGRAPHY. 619 EAST LIBERTY ST. " - ANN ARBOR, MICH. 569 STANDARD WORLD Buy the new 90-degree eight- cylinder Cadillac with the same confidence that you buy a Government bond. Back of this greatest of all Cadillacs is an unbroken rec- ord of 25 years of world leadership. Cadillac has never built to any standard but its own and that has been for years, and is now, the Standard of the World. Only out of the wealth of Cad- illac experience, and Cadillac mastery of design and technique, could this magnificent new Cadillac be created. It is the greatest advance in de- sign, in engineering, in perform- ance, in luxury, in value that has ever been achieved even by Cadillac. It is today the finished product of an organization that has spent 25 years in building to an ideal in owners ' terms, " The greatest car Cadillac, or anyone, has ever built. " Priced from $2995 upward f. o. b. Detroit NEW 90 DEGREE CADILLAC DIVISION OF GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION 570 GOLF Recreation In Bouge Park astletorfc D E TR OIT IN DETROIT ' S largest public park, only five blocks from Castleford, will have a well planned 18 -hole golf course at the northern end. This is but one of the many recreational attractions of the 12 03 -acre River Rouge Park. River Rouge Park provides the DRAWING POWER FOR POPULATION. The two Ford plants and 156 west side industries, easily accessible to Castle- ford, SUPPLY THE POPULATION. These industries employ over 225,000 men, which represents a total estimated population of over a MILLION people who logically belong in this district within easy reach of their work. Consider the tremendous influence behind this property that will multiply home site values in Castleford. AH of Castleford, 200 feet east of Telegraph Road, is Detroit property. One of the few remaining residential developments within the city limits of Detroit. CASTLE C FORD, INC. 5TH FLOOR. CONGRESS BUILDING 571 THE NEW SIX-CYLINDER HUPMOBILE HHiiilJIHISHIF Eli ' ;;..:: ' ..:.;:::: Study the Sixes- Then Back to the Hupmobile You ' ll know why the public is clamoring for more and more of these Hupmobile Sixes the moment you press down the starting button. If ever there was a six that sprang into action like a live thing, it is the new Hupmobile Six whose sales success is crowding the generous capacity of these great new plants. Here is real six engineering born of 17 years ' eminence in engine building a virile, vigor- ous power plant whose performance is the very incarnation of liveliness and flexibility. There ' s a zip and a zest to the get-away that makes ordinary engine-action crude by com- parison an instantaneous readiness of power for every need which renders the day- long drive a delight, no matter what the road or traffic conditions. Here is Hupmobile experience crystallized and climaxed all the old sturdy soundness of chassis with a new quality of brilliance which has taken the public by storm. Study all the sixes if you care to go to that length of inquiry brilliant superiority of performance will irresistibly draw you back to the Hupmobile. Not just a Hupmobile harvest of sales in a gen - erousmarket not just the old high Hupmo- bilestanding but anewand rapidly-spread- ing vogue, for good sound reasons which anyone can recognize in a half hour ' s ride. Here ' s a six you must reckon with if per- formance means a thing to you a six that is bound to win you if you care one iota for the very utmost and at the same time the most economical in six motoring The New HUPMOBILE SIX NEW SERIES HUPMOBILE EIGHT There is not an eight power plant in existence more soundly engi- neered; nor a performance program which can surpass it. 572 . t -frf Our Service Extends to the Alumni of the University as well as the Student Body GRAHAM ' S Both Ends of the Diagonal Walk ANN ARBOR. - - - MICHIGAN 573 118 " TIME!!! " OU ' VE heard that word many times in your sports and you ' ve heard it many times in your examinations. You ' ve heard it many times in your every day life and you will hear it many times again. The " TIME " has come for some of you to go out from your college days into the regular business of Life the " TIME " has come for you to go to your vacation activities, whatever they may be, but the TIME surely will come for you all when you will choose your Life ' s work. This company has been in the coal business over half a century to be exact, fifty-seven years and if you are thinking of going into this type and kind of business, you might inquire of us, as you might be just the one that would fit into our scheme of things and who would be happy here. In wishing you the best in your Life to come and during the remainder of your college experience, we are sincere and you may be interested in knowing that we have been furnishing coal to your Alma Mater for a good many years. Sincerely, W. H. WARNER COMPANY DOMESTIC WEST VIRGINIA Smithers Creek Hand Picked Splint .Kanawha (Coalburg seam) Splint Elliot Hand Picked Splint Abrams Creek Low Volatile Pocahontas OHIO Sedalia Russell Crabapple Wolf Run KENTUCKY Himler (No. 2 Gas) PREPARATION Shaker Screens, Picking Table and Loading Booms used in preparing our coals. STEAM GAS WEST VIRGINIA Smithers Creek No. 2 Seam Gas Kanawha (Coalburg seam) Splint Elliott Gas Morgantown Abrams Creek Low Volatile OHIO Wolf Run Sedalia Russell Crabapple KENTUCKY Himler (No. 2 Gas) PENNSYLVANIA Youghiogheny Gas Foundry COKE Fu rnace 574 manufactured Installed and Serviced The interlocking feature of Chamberlin Bmss Thresh- olds positively prevents under door draught. by Chamterlin Experts The time is not far distant when you will be building a home of your own. When you do build your home make sure that you do not overlook the de- gree of comfort and heating economy assured by Chamberlin Metal Weather Strips and Door Bottoms. Chamber- lin bars out dangerous draughts keeps out dust, soot and grime pre- vents laundry steam from spreading throughout the house makes clothes closets free from dust imprisons cook- ing odors in the kitchen and insures everything which makes a home an ideal retreat besides saving 20 to 40 T c in annual fuel costs. Manufactured by the largest metal weather stripcompany in the world and installed by experts Chamberlin Metal Weather Strips are guaranteed for the life of the building. CHAMBERLIN METAL WEATHER STRIP COMPANY West Lafayette Blvd., Detroit, Michigan 80 Sales and Service Offices Throughout the United States 1893-THE STANDARD Guaranteed for the Life of the Building 575 The Whitaker Paper Company Home Office: CINCINNATI, OHIO Branch Offices: DETROIT CHICAGO PITTSBURGH NEW YORK BALTIMORE ATLANTA SILVERWARE Nailer ' s STATE STREET JEWELERS ESTABLISHED 1858 DlAM O N D S JEWELRY WATCHES 576 FARMERS MECHANICS BANK 101-105 S. Main Street 330 S. State Street. ANN ARBOR - MICHIGAN O the members of the class of 1926 we A. extend our sincere good wishes for success. We know you warrant it for the most part. We have enjoyed your friendship and patron- age during the four years you have resided in Ann Arbor and we are sorry to terminate it so soon. Many of you we will not see again. To you we venture to suggest the formation of a busi- ness alliance with some strong bank in the community in which you are to reside. Become acquainted with its officers personally. Go to them for advice and council. Treat them fairly; and the alliance will be mutually beneficial. Those of you who remain in Ann Arbor we invite to a continuance of the desirable relation- ship maintained in the past, w r ith the hope that a closer personal relation may be established than has been possible heretofore. MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM :-- Commercial Electric Supply Co. Establis hed 1896 138-158 Congress Street East DETROIT MICHIGAN Distributors of ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES RADIOS MOTORS FIXTURES You Furnish The Girl -+- We Furnish The Home Summerfield Hecht The House of Dignified Credit 320-334 MICHIGAN AVENUE DETROIT :: MICHIGAN Delray Store 7925 West Jefferson Avenue HOME FURNISHINGS PIANOS - PHONOGRAPHS RADIOS JEWELRY 578 Low Maintenance jHE simplicity of design, the positive lubrication, and the small number of working parts in a Timken Worm-Drive Axle result in astonishing records of low maintenance costs. Reports of over 100,000 miles are commonplace, and even 250,000 miles have been recorded without the expenditure of a cent for repairs or replacement. First Cost is Unimportant When It is the Only Cost THE TIMKEN - DETROIT AXLE COMPANY, DETROIT. MICHIGAN 579 fir i jniuiiH im iin EBsaaa University Hospital All Interior Tile Partitions in New Hospital, Literary Building and Nurses Home furnished and erected by Anchor Fireproofing Company DETROIT ATLANTA 580 NEW YORK OUR PATRONS ANN ARBOR FUEL COMPANY ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ANN ARBOR PRESS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN H. J. CAULKINS COMPANY DETROIT, MICHIGAN C. G. SPRING BUMPER DETROIT, MICHIGAN EDSON MOORE COMPANY DETROIT, MICHIGAN FLOWERDAY SON ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN FRANK B. LELAND DETROIT, MICHIGAN PARK DAMS COMPANY DETROIT, MICHIGAN FREDERIC B. STEVENS DETROIT, MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ' SUPPLY STORE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN CHAS. P. WARREN DETROIT, MICHIGAN 581 ADVERTISING INDEX AMERICAN BLOWER CO AMERICAN PRODUCTS CO. ... AMERICAN RADIATOR CO. ... AMERICAN STEAM PUMP CO. . . ANCHOR FIREPROOFING CO. . . SAM C. ANDRES ANN ARBOR EXIDE BATTERY . . ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK . . ARCADE BARBER SHOP .... BARBECUE INN BARNES-GIBSON-RAYMOND, INC. . BARNEY ' S LUNCH DAVID BEVRIDGE CO BERRY BROS S. L. BIRD AND SONS BLUEBIRD HAIR SHOP .... BRIGGS MFG. CO BROWNIE SHOP BURKHARDT COVER CO CADILLAC MOTOR CO. CAPPER AND CAPPER THE CARGILL CO CASTLE AND FORD . CAULKINS FLETCHER DRUG CO. . CHAMBERLAIN METAL WEATHERSTRIP CO CHRYSLER AND KOPPIN .... CITY BAKERY COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC CO. . . CONTINENTAL MOTORS .... GEO. R. COOKE CRANE AND CO DAIGLE IRON WORKS BENJ. DANSARD AND CO. ... DETROIT BRICK MFCS. DEALERS ASSOCIATION . . DETROIT GRAPHITE CO DETROIT GRAY IRON CO. DETROIT LUMBER CO DETROIT NEWS DETROIT UNITED RY LOUS DEL PRETE DEY ' S STUDIO DODGE BROS. ESCHELBACKMKT.. FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK FEDERAL LAUNDRY CO FIRST NATIONAL BANK . JNO. C. FISHER FREEMAN ' S LUNCH GOODYEAR ' S . J. C. GOSS CO. . CHAS. W. GRAHAM . GREY SHOP J. S. HAGGERTY HALLER ' S JEWELRY .... HAUGHTON ELEVATOR CO. HAYDEN VAN ATTER CO. . HERMAN, THE TAILOR WILLIAM HOCHREIN HORTON-CATO MFG. CO. J. L. HUDSON CO. HUDSON MOTOR CO. HUPP MOTOR CO. IMPERIAL CUT STONE CO. JAHN OLLIER . . . GEO. R. JOHNSON CO. . . 501 KEUFFEL ESSER ... 526 566 KOCH HENNE . 502 . 562 S. S. KRESGE . 551 . . 558 LANE HALL TAVERN 502 . . 580 LORETTA BEAUTY SHOP 518 518 LUECK BEAUTY SHOPPE . . 516 LYNDON CO. 499 . 511 HENRY LYTTON SON 548 . . 561 MACK CO. 500 . 512 MAJESTIC THEATER 558 MAYER-SCHAIRER CO. . . 525 w. MCMILLAN SON, I NC 554 502 MCLEAN NEELANDS . . 523 MRS. H. B. MERRICK 493 . . 523 MERCIER-BRYAN-LARKINS BRICK CO. . . 543 CHAS. F. MEYERS 495 . . 528 MICHIGAMME OIL CO. 524 . . 539 MICHIGAN SMELTING CO 520 . . 512 MICHIGAN STEEL CASTING CO. 546 . 505 MICHIGAN STEEL CORP. . . . 570 MILLARD PRESS . 516 . 567 MONROE NURSERY . 497 O. D. MORRILL . 532 . 571 MORSE CHAIN CO. , 560 . 534 B. O. MUEHLIG NATIONAL GROCER CO. . 575 NEWCOMB-ENDICOTT CO. 517 . 528 NICHOLSON-UNIVERSAL STEAMSHIP Co ' 515 . 496 O ' SHEA KNITTING MILLS 514 . 578 PALACE OF SWEETS 500 . 527 PONTIAC NURSERY CO. 500 . 530 DERRILL PRATT . 534 . 545 THE QUARRY . 530 . 524 B. A. RAILTON 542 . 565 T. B. RAYLE CO. . 545 I. L. RENTSCHELER 509 . 531 REO MOTOR CO. . . 547 RESTRICK LUMBER CO. 544 . 528 RINSHED-GAGNIER PAINT CO. . 552 SCHADT MATHEWSON . 550 . 519 SEMET-SOLVAY CO. 513 . 516 HARRY SHARE 495 . 507 H. L. SPEDDING . 559 . 563 STEVER-HUBBARD CO. 508 . 559 STERLING BRICK CO. . 530 . 506 SUMMERFIELD HECHT . 577 SUNNYBROOK COAL CO. 542 . 52Q SWIFT ' S DRUG STORE . 560 . 512 FRANK C. TEAL CO.. 556 . 498 THOMAS BROS. CO., LTD. . 528 TICE ' S 510 . 546 THE TIMKEN-DETROIT AXLE CO. 579 . 567 TINKER CO.. . . 544 . 573 TRUSCON LABORATORIES 529 . 510 HOTEL TULLER . . 495 . 558 TUTTLE LUNCH . 518 576 VAN BOVEN, CRESS THOMPSON . 503 564 GEO. WAHR 506 cc WARNER COAL CO. . 574 r.r WELLER LAUNDRY 516 WHEELOCK-PRESTLER CO. . 564 WHITAKER PAPER CO. 576 WHITEHEAD KALES CO. 540 WHITNEY HOTEL 560 l 7 WILD CO 520 citJ 2 WOLVERINE OPTICAL CO. . . 556 536-537 J. p. WUERTH CO. 524 . 504 L. A. YOUNG INDUSTRIES, INC. . 538 . 556 ZWERDLING FUR SHOP 5?6 582 ORGANIZATION AND PERSONAL INDEX A Abbott. A G 348 Abbott. B. Alrtn. Edith 8 27-35-287 Airing, A. S.___ 401 Alving. I. M 35-442- 451-253-486 Amaded. S. P. 35-299 Aurand. L. S _...37 Austin. E. G. 37-487 Austin. H. 466 Austin. B. V 151 AuMIn, W. F 37 Barker. G. H _..3M Barker, H. B _ 391 Barker. P. S 321-391 Barkortch. J. A 292-321 Barley A SIS Bechtol. B 168 Beck, G. B 2-23-41- 315-399 Beck, M. 487 Beck, B. A. 349 Abbott, Dr. L. C 315 Am.iton P. D 35-321- H9 IN Austin. W. F 276-3.14 Arerboak, t s. 371 Barlow. X. 26-423- 436-474 Becker, C. L. 350 Becker X 448 Abbot. V. C. - - 401 Ambos. D. B 442-453 Avery. A. X 338 Avery B F 368 Barlow. T. W 39-322 Becker. B. E 447-473 Abbot. W. M.. 332 American Society of Avery, T. R 114 Barnard. H. 8 39-468 Becker R P 480 Civil Engineers ... .293 Ayres, G. H..._ ...454 Barnes. J. E _ .39-486 Beckham G G 466 Abcle. Eder T 288 Amerine. E. } 474 Amoi X. H. 35-399 Aiad. U S._ _306 Barnes, M. C 39 Barnes K F 483 Brckwith. E. _ 465 Beckwlth F J 388 Abele. M. E 4 3 Abraham. A. O -4 Amster. B. W.__35-255-379 Barnett, E. D... 263 Beetie L. 486 Acacia 352 Adams. A! H.. 34-413 Adams, C. H 34-397 Amstutz, P. C 35-374 Amter, J. A .36-416 Anderson. A. E .24-36 Anderson. A. G. .264-273- Babcock. A. M._37-250-26 Babcock. G. 176-179-338 Babcock. K. B 22-37-315 Babcock. K. W . 401 Baroett. Mrs. S 466 Bamett, I. L. 39 Barnett, L. 481 Barney. B. E. ..321-333-391 Beebe. M. 437 Beeman, M. F. 41-471 Beery, J. A 343 Begg. G. O... . 333 Adams. Mrs. E -463 Adams. F. L...18-34-453-469 j 4-.::4 Anderson. C. T 36-327 Anderson, E, 487 Babcock. B. G. ..._ 18-37 Babcock, S 176-181-184- 212-217 Barnum. M. M. 39-459 Barone. G. r. 39 Barr T r A J? 3 wi BeGoIe. E. I 41-481 Behrhorst. A. K 41-469 Adams. H. F 337 Anderson. H. E. 36-385 Anderson, Henry C. -341 Bacher. B 454 R rhcr, Mr TT. 177 Barrett Dr. A. M .315- 321-391 Behringer. B. H.. _392 Anderson, H. C 280 Bacher. B. F...._ 347 Barrett. Mrs. A. M. ..466- Behse. J. B 365 Adams R G . 339 Adams. R. M. .. - 34 Adams. Mrs. T. R 46, Addisr-n. K. S 377 Anderson, 1. W. .297 Anderson. Marion 487 Anderson, M. H 36 Anderson, Muriel 470 Bachmann, E. B._204-206- 377 Bachur. G 300 Backstrom. F. H 24-37- 468 Barrett. B. ___.166-270-465 Barrett, J. A, 375-403 Barrett. Mrs. L. A 467 Behymer. C. E 252-288- 357 Beirlein. K. M._ 321-399 BeJs. E _ 466 Adelia Cheevcr HMIM.. -488 Anderson, R. S. ...344 Backtol, R. E. .. 404 Barrett, M. 472 Belcher H H 478 Adelphi . 281 Anderson. Mrs. B 471 Anderson, V, , 36-273 Backus. J. H._ 38-387 Bacon, E. K. 324-407 Barries, M. L 487 Barrom, T... _, ... 371 Beltnap, R, T.. S8 Bell. A. L. 41-480 Adie. C,. 354-391 Andreae. F. B 47 i Andreae, H. V. ._ .. 338 Bacon. E. S 38-274-275- 329-400 Barrow, C. B 39 Barsanti. H A 166-357 Bell. D. B 324-407 Bell F A, 366 Andress H T 350 Bacfn J V. 3(J?-3Q7 Andrews, T. H 407 Radw A S 369 Barss, J. E. . 222-391 Bell, I . V. Andrews, M. S 281-361 Badger, W. U 393-407 Barss. Mrs. J. 465 Bell. M. H 415 Agruda. M 307 Aim, G, B.. Jr " 74 Andrews. S. E 22-36-394 Anditis. D. G 467 Anieil. Mrs. A. C 486 Badgley. C. E._ 397 Baer, G. E 298-434-482 Baer, M. A. . . 373 Bartel, Mrs. k E 462 Bartell, F. E 342-407 Bartell, Mrs. F. S. 472 Bell, Dr. M 321-43 5- BeH. R. Jg Angell. H. C.. . _ 334 Baer. B. 176-188-212-363 Bartell. Mrs. L. S 460 Belote G F 401 Angell. Mrs. B. C._462-465 Baetcke, B. G.-6-18-38-361 Bartlett. A. A. 39-400 Belote, G. H. . 321 Ankebrant. J. A. _300-323 Bagipv E r ica Bartlett. L. W. Mi Belser, W. B. 41-397 Anklam. C. W. . 336 Bagley t A 43.-, Aitken. R _...152-2.30 fain 1 3 Annable, G. H.. Jr..,253-347 Annaud. J. D 369 Baicker. S. J 287 Bailar, J. C 324-407 Bartley, L. G 299-39 Barton, B. D 40-249-250- Belt. W. A, 15 4-365-412 Beltz, M. B 41-314 Anniii, R r til 440-441-452-457-572 Barton, G. H 385 Anton, T._.. _ 487 Bailey, G. R. ___ 369 Barton. H. J. 336 Bender, Mrs X 470 Anki, R 36-301-31)5 Bailer. O. J 38-434-445 Barton, R E 18-40- Albert. R. K. -258 Appelt, G. ___436-488 Applebaum. A no Bailey. R. R 391 Balllie, K_ E. . 464-487 Baru. L. H. " ' ' JJS Benedict. W. G Jii-438- 478 Appleton, M. E.___36-478 Balrd, A. S. .286-448 Baske, F. W. ... 40-394 Benham, G. .. . 487 Anp n W 3fi Baird. T . I 470 oiwnmn, M M. 250 473 Architectural Cluk ,290 Balrd. I.. Jr. 351 Bassow, P. H. 40-399 Benjamin, SL W. 41 Arrtis, K R. 468 Raker, A T 351 Bates, Mrs. H. 465 Bennett, C. . 48 " Ardussi. J. A 257-274-275 Baker, C. E., Jr. 383-408 Bates. Miss H. B. 465 Bennett, J. M. 414-318 Arendt. B. F. 161-338 Baker, r W 35 Bates, H. M. 260-313-333- Armbruster. J. M. 357 Rakpr, TV T..,.. 38 " ' .. 4-4 Armbruster, V. F. 447 Baker, E. B. .38-407 Bates. Ix F. Benson, John A. .359 Armstead. B. A 301-383 Baker, E. M. 407 Bait. G. 359 Armstrong, G. T 376 Baker. F. M- 486 Batter, C. 378 Allan. A. R 18-19-35 Allan. B. E...35-439-442-473 Allan, E. B 349 Armstrong, H. 36-273- 277-349 Armstrong, J. W... ::f, Armstrong P 175 Baker, M. C 38-204- 323-364 Baker. R. C 151-291- 318-368 Batzler, W. E 40-300 Bauble, J. A. 350 Bauch. C. L. 465 Bauch, H. J. 249-258-375 Berar, S. S 306 Berdi, H. S 306 Beresford. L. M. 443 Berg, D H C 474 Armstrong, B. D. ..160-269- Baker, S. M._. 38-158-301 Bauer. H. E 442 Bergara, J. . 307 364 Bald. F. W. 315-394 Bauer, L. E. 153-401 Berger, H. C. 41 Allen. J. r 35-38n Allen. K. M 297 Armstrong, S. H. 36-367 Arnold, A. 135-197 Baldwin, C. E 377 Baldwin, C.. W 337 Bauer, T. I . 321-401 Bauer. W. C._253-280-364 Berger, W. E. _151-318-347 Bergman, T. I. 371 Allen. L. _ 277 Arnold, (i, C 37 Baldwin, Dr. L. G 396 Baumgarth, S I . 277 Bergman, W. G.. .300-323 Arnold, K. E. . 375 Baldwin, R 454 Baumgartner, W. J JtoO- Arnold, P. W _ 253-369 Bales, B. B. 341 323 Berkey, W. J 340 Arnold. Wm. H._ 20-37-322 Ball, D. W J69 Bauschard, M. W.-442-481 Berkhart, A._ 18 Allison, L E 164-170 Arnold, Wm. W._ 21-157- Ballard, M. M. 434 Baiter, M. E 470 Berkman r A J_ 45 Allman W ) 300-338 Ballentine, F. W. 387 Bayle. V. W. 40-480 Rprman, W, 331 Arnorfts, P. E... .37-488 Ballentine, I. M. 488 Bayne, J. E , , ., 334 Berman, B, 42-409 Arn, R T S9-3B Balz. E. J. 17 Bayuk. A. K 3 3 Aronen, Cl W 37 Bamberger, E P 24-38- Alpha Chi Omega 471 Alpha Chi Rho .366 Aronson. E _ 37-384 Aronson, X. f. ... . 360 320-403 Bamborough, J. E.___388 Beach. H. J __20-40- 322-364 434-437 Bernstein, I. 42-410 Alpha Chi Sigma 407 Arseott, L. B._ 37-293 Arthur, E V 21 Bame, H 38 Bancroft, Miss F. M. 459 Beach, L. F. . 388 Beach, R_ S .... 392 Bernstein, M. J 384 Bemthal, T O 344 Arvlngton, M. n 383 Bancroft, W. D. _324 Real, Mrs. F 469 Berry A. C 42-448-488 A 1, K M5 Bacflpld, R. V., 298-439 Real, E. 338 Asl eck. F 166 Bank. K. H. 38 Real. F. I. ?i?-W Ah W T, in Bank. Esther I. 482 Beal, Mrs. J. 469 Bernian, T E ?7J Alpha Kappa Lambda ....385 Alpha Nu _ 2 Alpha Omega Alpha 321 Askren, B. L, 353 Aspeck, F. M. .346 Assenmacher, E. M 37 Astnn, F- A. 345 Banks, J. F.__ 381 Bannister, S. A 38-158- 301-313-382 Ranznn, n , 37 Beal, J. E. . 338-352 Seals. A. J. 306 Beaman. F. T..160-269-341 Bean. A. E. 40-386 Berz, M. L, 490 Beshgetoor, G. M 42-468 Best, a M. 42-462-475 Best, L. F. 42-400 Alpha Phi 469 Alpha Phi Alpha 383 Athena _287 Athertnn. TT K.. . . 369 Barbas, F. M. 38 Barber, A. L. 38-453-485 Bear, K. M. 371 Beard, E... 40 469 Beat, M. J .398 Bettens W G 24-25-42- Atlrin R un Barber. C. H. 39-326-368 Beardsley, C H. 40-272- 313-320-403 Alpha Sigma Phi rr.r, Alpha Tail Omega 351 Atkins, C. S 361 Atkins, D. L. 37-439- 445-472 Barber. E. C 39-47.1 Barbour, H. I 298 Harbour. M. 115 292-327-387 Beatty. C. H. 385 Betts. C. H._ 42 Betzner, C. M. 42-475 Atkinson. F. _ 20-316-346 Barbour, W. T. 159-252- Beiu, J. W. .272-329 BerfiPly 98-lfi? Altland, J. K. K 321- 10 Atwell. H. H ,...272-352 Aubrev O K 177 254-334 Barclay. E. B. 39-434-477 Beaudry. A. E 40-295 Beaumont, H. M, 436 Bererley. F. S _40 Beyol J W im-? i Allhrer W W 350 Rarfcpr, E TT 34,5 Beavis. J O. , 391-392 Rihat, R S 3ft7 Alumnae House ... . 489 AlliT, W fl 355 Barker, G. A. r 353 Bebout, V. 40 Bibbins, JO 42 583 Bicknell, M. A 42-466 Bigelow. Mrs. S. L 460- Bosserman. R. M 308-368 Bostelman, R. F 253-308 BoBton, Mrs. 470 Bolt, G. W 392 Bouchard, H 388 BouKhy H L. 439- Cameron. M 437-458-465 Cameron. O. 396 Cameron, W 414 Brittel W H. . -.380 Buflington. Mrs. M. E...475 Bugbee, G. P 47 Brltton. F - 46-485 Broberg, G. R 468 Brockett, D. R 46 Buhrer. C. A 440-442-487 Camp, C. D 315-321-391 Camp. J. C _ 49 Bigge. G. E 328 Bigluw, B. R -336 443-478 Bourland, H. P 44-467 Bourne. Dr. M. G 396 Broehm, M. 286-439- 471-488 Bromley. W. T 405 Bromme, W - 280-350 Bronle. D. W 339 Bronk, Mrs. D -...466 Buick. R. D 322-377 Bulkley, Mrs. H. C 435 Bulkley. J M. 334 Campbell, A 49-286-486 Campbell, D _ 170 Bird. B. ' .. ..43-298-485 Bird E J 324 Bourne, N. W 401 Bourquin, A. L 298-403 Bourquln. J. 1 298-463 Boutell, B ,R 166-334 Boutell, F. W 256-375 Bowden. S. G 324 Bullock, H 341 Bulman, L. S 272-362 Bulmer. J. K 47-405 Bunting. R. W 352-392 Burba. J. W 29-47-400 Burch, B. O. 401 Campbell. E. E 157-418 454-464-471 Campbell E. J. 355 Birglow, A. L 353 Birrell, L. M 165-390- Bishop. C. S 43 Bronson, L. R 46-280- 438-456 Campbell. J. TJ 334-391 Campbell. Jean 419-487 Campbell, L 420-436 Bihop. D. R Bowen. M. E 170-473-485 Bower W E 364 Brookins, W 359 Burck M E 299 Campbell. M. I...49-299-485 Campbell. O. J 276-334 Campbell. R. A 49-274- 276-329-350-352-358-408 Campbell. Robert D 295 Brooks. M. E 18-46-464 Brooks, P. C 252 Brooks. P. F.._ 393 Brophy. G. O. 348 Burd, W. W 24-274-5-364 Burger, F. D 272 Burger. It. 1 372 Bishop. W. C 281-370 Bissell. F. J.. 345 Bowers. D. L 44-485-488 Bowers, F. C 344 Bowers. H. R 30-324- 393 Bowers. M 486 Bowers, R. H 338 Bowersox. N. C 281-370 Bowman, A. C 44-165- 406-415 Bowman. E. L 45 Bowman. M. H 465 Burgess. G. D 393 Either. P. H 356 Blttel. W. H 43 Blxby A C 386 Brouer. H. A 326 Broughton. B 455 Broune, A 454 Brow. R. A 381 Brown, A. C 348 Brown, A. E _...484 Brown. C. G 392 Brown, C. H 292 Burgwin. S. L 47-322 Burhans. R. A 47-274- 275-329-394 Burk. F. C...47-437-445-485 Burke. G. T 47-261- 277-332-381 Burke. H. T 288 280-470 Campbell! S. M 49 Campbell. W. C.. Jr 249- 258-337 Campbell. W. M 155-395 Campion. J 480 Camstack, Wm 359 Canavera. S. A 49 Canby, E. R 49 Canby E R 49 Blxby. ' H. G 386 Black. A. M 339 Black. C. D 169 Black. D. G. 358 Black. G. M 333 Black. H. 43 Black. M. H 43 Black Quill Literary Soc iety 445 Blarkwell. C 273 Blackwood, E. T 43-432- 450-470 Boyce. B 45-273-277-329 Boyce J P. 406 Boyce. R. G _ 45 Boyd. J. N. 382 Boyd. M. B 357 Boyer, J. F 353 Brown. E. P 362-368 Brown, E. S 302 Brown, F. L. 298-348 Brown, G. G 407 Brown. G. T 153 Brown H 487 Burkhardt, A 478 Burkhardt, L. D 48-326- 367 Burnan, S. M 332 Burneson. M. 350 Canby, F. L, 49 Canby. Iy. 287-483 Canby. P 483 Canfleld. Mrs. A. G 470 Canfleld. N 396 Canfleld. Dr. R. B 315- 321-396 Canfleld, Mrs. R. B 46 Cannon, G 29-49-355-400 Cannon, H 49-460-468 Cannon. R. M 393 Boyle. J B 398 Boyle. M. L 473 Boynton, L. . .. 463 Brown, Helen 469 Burnham J 150-339 Brown, H. C 298 Brown H I 46-442-484 Burnside, C. E 325 Blair ' N H 368 Bozanth, 1 474 Brace. Dr. W. H 396 Braddock. J. S. 333 Brown. H. M 487 Blake H C . -342 Brown J D 401 Brown J R 254 Burridge. S. P 48-400 Cantrell. N 49-467 Capen. W. A 50 Bradfleld H H 326 Bradfleld. Mrs. J 462-467 Brown J Y 393 Burris. G. J 48-350 Bun-Is, F. I 274-5-386 Burrows, M. J 48-471 Burrows. R 333 Bursley, 3. A- 248-260 261-292-318 Bursley, Mrs. J. A 465 Caplan. A. B 462-482 Capp. C. S 397 Bradford, F. A 336 Brading F V 357 Brown. L. B 455 Blaser, E. L. 262-357 Cappon. F. C 172-212-357 Caraway, F. E 321 Bradley. M. 287-464-488 Brown. L. F 348 Brady, C. A 45 Blieden A D 43-340 Brady. E. M. . 381 Brown, R. J 351-391 Brown, P. S 448-453 Brown. R. J 18-46-162 Brown R K 357-392 Cardwell. E 20-50-263- 268-327-353 Carey G F 399 Blight H .. 392 Brady, J. V 45-277- 288-381 Brady. M. O. 1 45-473 Brady. R 439-455-473 Bragg. Prof. E. M...257-316 Bragg. Mrs. E 468 Bliss T G. _ 333 Bliss. T. L 43-391 Burnsteln, S. B 371-378 Carey M C 473 Carl. B. E 50-375-400 Carland. N 288 Carlisle G. A.. Jr. 353 Block! N. B 43-468 Bloom, F. S. C 43-359 Brown. Mrs. W.. Jr 464 Brown W E 354 Burt. M. L, 298-463 Burton, Mr. M. L 467 Burton. P. 1. 263-292- 269-338 Burtt. C 48-454-485 Burwell W T 48 Bralm Mrs C 474 Carlisle. L. H 50-298-442- 458-483 Carlisle. M. E... 299-442-483 Bloomfleld. A. C 334 Bloomfleld. H. F 395 Blotcky. M. J 43-384 Blott. 1. li 172-358 Bramble. E. A 45-434 Branch. J 343 Branch. M. M 26-27- Browne, R 486 Browne, R. H 46 45-485 Brand. B 410 Brandt. C. G 328-403 B rowne T G 401 Carlson G W 349 Blumenthal. M. D 44-356 Blumer. J. A. K 387 Brownell. C. W :251-358 Brownell. W 258 Browning. A. A 46-280 Brownless. L. C 256-367 Bruce H A . 434 Busch. A 466 Carlsyle, H _ 166 Carmichael. G. A 349-376 Camey. H. W 50 Carney, R. J 393-407 Brandt MM 45 Bush. M. E 448-488 Btishnell L P 365 Board In Control of Student Publications 2IS Board of Directors of the Women ' s League.. 432 Board of Representa- tives of the Women ' s League . . 434 Brannagan. H. L 475 Brannagan, N. L. 475 Business Administration Club 301 Bustamante. L. G 48 Branot, M. M. . 18 Bruce, Dr. J. D 315- 321-396 Brueck H S 443 Carpenter. G. S 368 Carpenter, L. C 335 Branshear, B. 442-481 Brant. G. W 38i) Braun. G. J.. . 300 Brumbaugh. H. L 399 Brumbaugh, W. D. Jr.. 274- 275-288-340 Brumm, J. L 457 Brumm, Mrs. J. L 457 Brumm. J. R 354 Brumm. Mrs. J. R 474 Butler. L. 445-487 Butler. L. B 359 Butler W H T4 t , Carr. L. J 34 Carr. M. 8 273-322 Carr R 347 Breaky. J. F. 391 Breaky. R. S 391 Bobrlnk. J. H 253-346 Boddy. L 324-405 Boden. M. H 362 Breakey. Mrs. J 463 Breakey. Mrs. R 469 Bredvaldt. Mrs. L. 470 Butler. Mrs. W. H 455 Butterfleld E S 415 Carr. W. L. 323 Carrel H M 443-486 Boehringer, A. W 18-44- 264-281 Butterfield M W 377 Carrett E H 370 Breed. Mrs. C. M 465 Buttolph. F. 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G. 3 4 Cherry. R. F..18-51-2 7-34S Chew. B. T . 3 4 Chtebester. I. 333 Child. E. 447 r. D. .1 4 S4T CM_3 4 Cki 0-m CM Pti Churchill. B. T.. Churchill. S CIDoway. E... Ctom. J. H D.. _ 5J : 4: Claire. D. J._ Clancy. J. r. Clancy. X Claney. A. B. Clapp. B. G. Clark. Mrs. Clark. C. J Clark. C. Clark. E. Clark. E. S.. Jr.__34-3 Clark. T. C ... 52 Clark. T. 52-399-4 3 Clark. G. H -,! Clark. G. B 52-434-448 Clark. Mrs H- 4 9 Clark. H. B. 37 Clark. J. A. J2- 298- 299- 477 Clark. J. T. 2M-345 Clark. L. E 34 - 4 5 Clark. M. 25 - 428 Clark. B. B. 2S-23-5S-3: 5-321-428-315 Clark. William A. Clark. W. itl-Mi Clarke. C, .52-2 7-323- 432- 433-45-45 -477 Clarke. C. W. T Clarke. K. U 52-43 . _-27 41S-477 ClarkMO. R. G. _324-4 7 Clarkaon. 8. - 44 CUxton. W. I. - S3-S Cleary. i. f. - 143-395 Oeary. B. - 1S _ ... . - ClUttrd. 1. M- - - D. C. _ 53-287-41 - 44 -45-477 O. P. .. v . . . - Clonr. Mn. C. C. Ctaf. D. D - Coachman. K. H- emit. 1. W Coates, C. W Coatt. T. H. H. CoehUn. J. D. Coddbvtoo, 8. 8. 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E 61-252 Dunham, D. B. 485 Fowle. L. C 155-267-395 Fowler. A. G 419-487 Fowler. H. A 298-299-442 Fox, 1) A. 20-66-277- Field, H. F 327 Dietsch. C. 59 Dietz P H 364 Emovl. Mrs. I 305 Field. I. R 418-420-423- 291-367-407 Fox 1 H 21-477 Dillman, G. C. 204-205 Dunham, D. W.. 61-485 Emswiler, I. _ 257 Fox. M. C 308-368-472 Fox V A 150-470 Dillon I M 486 I unlap, A. L _....448-475 Dunlap, H. A. 399 Endelman, O. 448 Dillon M G 298 Enders, C. D 249 Enders, R. K.._ 325 Engelbach, A. J 394 Engineering Council 291 Engineering Honor Society 263 Enners, M. A 443 Field. R. L 375 Fierer, H 482 Fierer. R. . _ 482 Flero, B. P. _ 65-385 Figge. R. L 439-472 File. M 455 Fnilifk C 434 Dirnke F H. 358 Dunlap. H. E 368 Dunn, D. D 61-288-368 Dunn. ' Capt. G. W., Jr. 292-327-405 Dunn, J. 1 282-288-328- 349-380 Dunnebaeke. M. L 487 Dunnewlnd, F. O... 418-420- 439-447-469-486 Dunning. O. W 364 Dunning. J. M ...61-263- 314-355 Durand, G. F 20-61 Fralick. E. R. ..._ 66-486 Fralick F IS 153-399 Dimond, S. E 357 Dively, H. D 59-435-469 Dixon. C. E 59-416-434 Dixon. D. M 154-351 Dixon J B 29-59 France, S. 1, _ 486 Franc-Is. K. H._ 445-474 Francis. M _ 66 Francis. R. .7 408 Ensel, L 63-262-356 Ensminger, Mrs. F 473 En-Tang. S _ 304 Finch. B. E 350 Findley. H. T. 473 Fnmilsen, M. O 486 Frank. C. M 66-346 Frank. F. 11 .298 Frank, M. I. 480 Dixon. M 59 419-485 Dixon. W. r 59-291-282- 328-368 EPOCHS. H. D 63 Fine, C. L 287-482 Dlenga, L 489 Doane. H. F _. 59 Eshleman, F. K 380 Esminger, Mrs. F. B 462 Fines, C. H 376 Franklin, E. D._ 67 Franklin, I,. 1 67-276- Doberteen. H. H 59 Dobson H A 434 Durfee. E. N 313-390-465 Esselstyn. D 454-472 Estabrook, H. M 473 Estes. G. A 63 F-therldge, W 154-342- 398-414 Finkler, I,. F...151-293--381 Finlay, R. B _...38(! Flnley. D. . . 357 Flnley. E. A _ 65-467 Flnley. O. F 398 320-356 Fraser, A 102 Fraser. ( ' . H 308 Fraunfelter. J. F 341 Fravcr. E 465 Dobson, R. T. Dutton, M. V 18-282 285- 287-448-456-457-485 E Dockeray, R. P 281-415 Dodd. R. E -...351 Dodge. H. E 448 Dodge, R. A 386 Euriquez, J. . 63-299- 307-446 Finley. .1. E _ 223 Finn, J. J _.18-19-65- 253-3(8 Prayer. Mrs. V 474 Frederick. D. B 24-67- 406 Freehorn. ( ' ,. C 67-192 Freehorn. H. F 408 Freedman. J 67-410 Fri ' i ' ilrnan. ' .. M 409 Freehling. X 356 Freeman. M. S 454 Freeman. R 67-406-413 Freimnth. V. A 67-40(1 Freltag. A. C 30-67 French. I,. A 314-388 Freshman Frolic 270 Freshman Girls ' Glee Club 443 Fresliu-atcrs. 1 . V 385 Freud. H. J.. 67 Doench, A. T 366 Doerge. C. H 346 Dombey. E. H 290-481 Domboorajian. L 59-299 DombofI, V. E 262-267- 294-343 Donahoe. IT. T 22. " . Earhart. Mrs. H. B 448 Earbart. R 20-21-61-222- 322-338 Earl, V 61-288-299- 437-458-485 Earle. G. N 350 Eastcott. G 61-282- 287-486 Easter, D _....167-270-334 Kastliek. K. A 392 Eastman. L 470 Evans. E. S 337 Evans. G 485 Flnsterwald. M. C 254- 418-419-439-452-487 Fiordelis, J. F 65 Firestone. R. H 65-388 Fischer. A. ..._ 377 Fischer. Mrs. A 403 Fischer, F. D 321 Fischer. F. 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A 392 Gillie.. C. U 22-364-4 1 Gillingham. B 347 Gilmartin. J. Gingerick. Mrs. 477 Ginn. D. B.-70-212-217-346 Ginsburg. P. 277-356 Givens, G. J 70 Gladden. D. M 18-70-466 Glasgow. L. J._283-328-3 8 Glaspie. E. 486 Glass, B. L. 321-401 Glazer A- M. 499 Glazer, W. S 409 Gleason. ' P. M..... I 70 Gleiss. R. M. 442-468 Glenn. L. B. 7 Gllnes, D 71-435-451- Glover. C. Glover, F. 458-48-. 3- -! 150-225 149-258-294-332 Glover, J. H 332 Gluckman. J. A. 71 Glueckaiiff. L. 372 Gnewuch. C. K 71 Coble. S.____lT-342 Goddard. E. C 90-472-499 Goddard. K. N_2T3-32S-38 Goebel. F. 16 Goebel. H. . 16 Goering. G. W. 357 Goerke. K. A ..162 Goetl. A. G 363-391 Goetz. C. A 473 Goff. 8. 43S Gohaman. M 434 Gohring. R. A._S76-277-. " 4 " Gold. D. X 372 Goldberg, A. D._ 71-363 Goldberg, G. __ _372-482 Goldberg, H, S. Goldberg. S. Goldhamer. S. M._74-3 0- Golden. J. R 382 Golden, L. A 371 Goldman. B. Goldsmith. J. D. Goldsmith. M. Goldstein. I.. Goldwater. L. J. Golub. D. Goman. L. D 397 Gomberg. E. 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RC.I-- Michigan Technic 257 Michigan Union Michigan Unicn Opera 240-241-277-278-270 Mickle. F A 377 D. M 1 2-476 ll . Mlkejell. J. B. _288-S87-4!4 Military Bll___ . - MiUar. G. A.... Millard. X. D. Millen. Mrs. C.. Miller. A. F 419-102- i. 1-484 _2S4 Miller. C. Miller. C. G 153-315-399 Miller. C. L.____333-3S Miller. C. N 1 3 Miller. C. S..___._S52 Miller. D. ________448 Miller. D. C Miller. D. C Miller. E. C Miller. E. M. _ Miller. E. W._ Miller. F. Miller. G. L... _169-34S - .315-391- 464-486 477 5 -- - I Miller. Prof. H. .257 Miller. H. 434-448 Miller. H. L. _l3-483 Miller. H .W J92 Miller. J. 166 Miller. J. C.. Jr. 358 Miller. J. F. __176-187-192- 270-338-354 Miller. J. M. 1 3-313 Miller. U . 419-434 Miller. Mrs. L _471 Miller. Mrm. M.__ 464 Miller, M. E. 18-15S-437- ;-. . . MJBer. M. 223-250-252- m ; - Miller, M. 5SO-438-440- 452-478 Miller, M. 419-434- 439-442 Miller, M. L. 1 3-280- 456-462-465 Miller. Mrs N ' 464 Miller, N. .. 273-453 Miller. X. E. _____321 " . N. 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C. M 16T-J57- 270-340 Moore, E. V 276-329- 343-350 Moore. Mra. E. V 465 Moure, G. B 395 Moore. H. K 1SS Moore. H. M. 439-485 Moore. Mrs. Moore, J. Faster Moore. Kenneth Moore. KiiiRsley More. M. A-_ More. R. H Moore. B. I. Moore. It. T. Moore. Mrs. Moore. T. A. Moore. V. _ Moore. W. _467 10-41 I Moorhead. J. V 104-439 Moorman, M. A. 298-299- 441-483-104 Moraweck. J. W. H. 324 Morehouee. D. 258-445 HI _4 1 Morcaridge. K. E 18-104- 212-217-348 Moriarily. C. M 104- . j t9-4:si Moriarily. K. M. 47:: Moriey. G. J99 Moriey. J. A 22-1 4 Morgan. H. G._ Morrey. IL C Morris. E. W._ Morris. H. Morrison. M. _. Morrison. V. F Morrow. H. M n- _474 _105 _1 8-473- 1 5-441 -. Morse. F. K. Morse. J. Morse, P. C. Morae. B. J. Mortar Morion. A. Morton. .D. J Morton. E. S. At M ' T. Mosher. F. E. Mosier. E. C. MOB. E. B. Moss. H. Motberaell. H. B. McthenOL M. H . MotlrsiU. P. W 273-358 Motttet. J 439 Mote. F. B. 105-477 Moule. M. M. 357 M.nile. R. E las Moule. Rex B. 35T Mountain. J. L 1 5 Mountain, B. 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A 31-S01- 351 Norris. B. F 3-12 Xorris, W A. I T Xaglekirk. K. J 3g Xakamura R 3ttr. North. V. 476-485 Northrop. P. M. l:i-192- Xakamnva. W . 35 Xakavai. T. W._____3 5 Xaser H. F 4 H Northrup. E. ____ 444-4r.3 North. W. P 274-275 Xast A D Jr 373 Norton. A. E. 108 Norton. R I. T2 277-36:: Xathan. J.. Jr. 363 Xavaue A f Norton, n. M. Norton. F. A 1 I8 277- 4.- 478 Xayar Vf R 306 Norton. J. L. 2 M- 478 Xaylor F C 357-40 l Xorl in, I 3M Xnrlou M n 4r, Xeef, M. 299-447-476 Xeeley H 1ST. Xovotny. Tt. M. 108-4S5 Xovy. F. G 321-325- X .lv IT C 3 H 34-352-391 Xeely 1 loc Xowlm. E. T 1M Neesley A. A 106-470 Xowlen. T. A. 58 Xefni-v R 413 Xojres. E. E . I..B Xunce. B. 446 Nehlsen. E. A 164-39.1 Xeiinann, L. 448 Nunjester. W. J 325-393 Nunnelev. J. H. :2-3B9 Xeirer, E Vi Nu Silma Nu 391 Nelly. H. M. S69-341 Xelson, A 3X7 Nutt. E. .._ 29K-4I8- 432-447-464 Nutter. R- K. iiif, Xelson. C. T 370 Xelson. Mrs. E. E, 39T- 467 Xelson I r-7 Xye. N. E 108-434-484 Xyi. V. K 304-487 NyUnd. N. M. 1 8-255- 277 280-364 Xelson, J. M- _22-130- Xvlund. K. L. . .. 1 .. 315-396 Xelson. J. B- 280 Xelonn, If H | Xyquirt. B- C 273-SS8 Xelson. B. B 168- 253-254-36 ' .! Xelann. W, T .57 Omde. J. E. 176-186 Oates. w K s Xerger. V. D. H 1 (lakes. I_ E. 1 8 XH. R IT 5 1 Oakes H Xeshitt W E 37 OaWev. C. I. 471 3 1- O ' Brien. F. T- O ' Brien. O ' Brien. M. I.. O ' Brien. Monica 299-462 Ociisner. H- E 148- 297-386 Ocker. M. 448 Ocoback. H. M. 108-475 O ' Conner. J. B 314-367 O ' DonneU. W. F._ Oeminc. L. E. Oeren. W. V._ Official Studtntl ' Direc- OgtK.rn. D. TO Ocnom. F. E 4T7 Ocborn. M. I ... O ' Halloran. C._ O ' Harlon. P._ Ohlheiser. H. R-_ 193- 318-322-386 Ohlmacher. E. 47 Obming. K. D 48T Ok-ott. M. 455 Olden. M. M . 286-328-441 Oldham. G. U 446 Olenikoff. A 41 Oliin. I. A .252-282-360 Oliphant. M. ______ 3S9 Oliphant. Mrs. S. W.....468 Oliver. A. G 108-327- 367-403-412 Oliver. L. W. 25 Oil. M. A Olmstead. C. T._ Olmstead. H. J 108-299 Olmstead. K. L. 394 Olmstead. T. D 233- Olsen, Adinna _ Ofaon. A. Olson. Olson. E. T Olson. H. O. Olson. O. H. 109-380-442 Olson. R- 335 O ' Mara, G. J 368 O ' Meara. M. D 464 O.eta Pti Pki 382 O-XeilL J. E 154 Oosterbaan. B 174-176- 180-185-212-214-355 Oppenlieim. E. J 445-479 Oppeulieim. B. A.....109-373 Oppenheim. S. C 3SO-371 Oppermjinri. P. P 161-S69 Oratorical Board . 282 Oratorical Society 283- 284-285 Orbech. E. M. 109-322 Orbeck. U 446 Orcutt. D. J 109-293-387 Orcutt, R. D 395 Orins. J. S._ Ornstfin, E. B._ Orr! J. J. ' Osborn. J. K. Osborn. L. L- 384 _361 ....56-27-109 109-254-361 Osborn. W. R -239 Osborae. C. E._.22-109-399 Osgood. F. P. 397 Osgood, L. M 287 Osman. S. V _296 Osterhol. H. J .324-407 Osterlin. M. F 401 Othmer. D. F 4 7 Otis. A. B 365 O ' Toole. B. M...109-448-484 Otsuka. K 3 5 OO G W 1 9-355 Ottenfeld. Mrs. H- 446 Ottnier. G 48 OvM-street, V. L. H 1 9 Orerton. L. S 333 Overton. Mrs. G 471 Owen. W. V._20-19-S- 274-5-292-293-314- 327-S68 Owns. A. L. 169-434- 437-188 Owens. B. C .325-392 Owens. R. R 110-351 (lrfor.1. H. !...._ 395 591 r Pearce. M. . _ 472 Phi Sigma _ 325 Pressler, M _ 299 Rash R E. - 354 Pack. Mrs. P. C 467 Peca, W. J 112-357 Peck, Mrs. A. B 467 Phi Sigma Delta 360 Phi Sigma Kappa 359 Preston, H. L 223-341 I ' reston, R. J 345 Rasin, G _ 371 Rathhone, Ralph R 329- Peck A E. 401 Phi Sigma Sigma 482 357-396 Peck, J. C 368 Piazza, V. C 113 Preuser, G. W _...115 Rathbun Alden 337 Peckham, E. E 480 Pi Beta Phi 4ii6 Preuss, L. 361 Rathman, O. C 22-116 Peckham H A 375 Pickhard R B 368 Preussel B 392 RatllfTe Mrs W B 469 Peckham M L 251-478 Pierce, C. B. _ 386 Prewitt E. 412-414 Page, W. L 376 Pageau, F. C 110 Pedderson, C. A 112-398 Feet, G 112-299-442-483 Peet. M. M 296-315- Pierce, J. M _ 397 Pierce, K 112-441 Pierce K 464 Price. A. E.... 399 Price. J. T 115-342 Price, R. 261-277- Rattray, B. W 281 Rauner, F. A 366 Raven, C .. .295 Paine. W. R. . ....272 321-325-401 Plerson. E. F. 163-400 298-343 Ravenscroft, E. A 405 Pelree, C. B 397 Plggott. L 159-251-467 Prlchard, . M. _. . . 347 Rawley, A. J. 443-487 Peirce, K 438 Pi Kappa Alpha :5 i8 Pride. A. S _ 383 Rawley, W. W - 380 Peirsol T R 341 Pike Melvln H 329 Pritzker J N 360 Ray C 487 Pell, M. L. . 299-463 Pike. M. N. 274-275 Proheck M 474 Ray H E 396 Pelletier. A 465 Pike, Paul B 29-113- Probst, F. L. 115-438-442 Rayner, W. P 377 Pelletler M A 459 325-329- ' 5 f t ' ) Peltier, S. J 156 Pi Lambda Phi ... 384 Proctor, F. 277-361 Read. R M. 255 Pembroke, C. W 112 PI Lambda Theta 458 Read V L 487 Penoyar, F. C 474-112 Pillsbury, Mrs. W. B 46r Prophet. E. C 408 Reading. M 481 Palmer, H. J _ 350 Palmer, I. B _ 298 Penoyar, Mrs. R. A.....112 Peoples. E. S 404 Peoples, S 168 Pinchard, C. P _339 Pine. H 152-404 Pinney, B. G. 395 Propper, A. E _...373 Prosser. R. H. M. .. .353 I ' ryce r R 295-3 2 Reason, D. ... 405 Reason, Robert _ 405 Rebec V G. 345 Pepper. J. F _ 326 Pinney. E. G 354 Pryor T M 115-374 Beddy, S. G 308 Peppier. M _. 481 Pinney, F. 154-277-354 Reece E T 212-215-351 Palmeroll, J. 223 Perce, H. W _ 355 Pitcher. C .....113-437 Pi Upsilon 337 Reece. H. E... 150-434- Perkins. J. G 292 Pitner, F. L 114-348 Ptnlptny ..._ 487 440-452-463 Perrine, B. T 385 Pittelco, F 114-463 Pu, A S T 304 Reed C. A. 251-380 Papenguth. B. 110-377 Pardee, S. H. 375 Perrlng. R. T. J 158-301 Perrott, D. L 253-364 Pitts. L. C 114-291-376 Pitzile. R _434 Puckolwartz, W. H 176- 187-204-294-362 Reed D M. 375 Reed, I. A.. _ _ 118 Park, F. S...30-110-15B-267 Perry, C. P _334 Perry, C. W 394 Plant, M 469 Plant, S 358 Pudrith, D 115-280- 438-439-487 Reed, M. G 117-252-457 Beed, N. . -...488 Parker A V 351 Perry. R. L. 112-256 Plastino, J. B 114 Pullen, D F. 300 Reed B. J. 300 Persing, D. W 150-349 Platt, A. __ _. 464-487 Pulver B 487 Beed, B. V 358 364-447 Person, A. E 112-437 Pesek, J. 361 Platt. H 24-114-371 Platt, K H 114-400 Purdy, C. C 24-25-115- Reed. Mrs. T 474 Reed T H 328-348 Parker, Mrs. D. H. 472 Petemann. D 112-313-406 Platt, S. H 342 Purdy, Fred . 308 Reed. O. W .204 Parker, E. O ill Parker, F. C 176-181 Peters. D. B _...112 Petersen, E. 3 467 Peterson, E. W. . 112 Platt, V. D 467 Platz, J, M .. 416 Plekker, J. D. 114-407 Purdy. M 418-466 Pursell, E 115-485 Reel. D., Jr. 267-362 Rees, C 276-36J Reetes, J. S._ 333 Parker, F. B 345 Peterson. F. W _ 347 Fletcher, W. H 297 Pusch, C. W. 253-348 Reeves. Mrs. J. S 465 Peterson, G. S 328 Pllskow J C 253-372 Register C D 413 Parker! H. D 443-480 Peterson, H. E 112-404 Plummer, D. M. . 342 Putnam, L L. 163-392 Register, G. S _.... 117-385 Peterson M 276- 9 77 Beglien N C 274-274-394 Peterson, R. 321-391 Podbielniak S. 250 Peterson, Mrs. R. 468-469 Pogur, J. W.. . 114-159- Parker, L. G 253- 442-480 Parker, L. 437 Peterson. Dr. R 315 Peterson. R. H 112-484 Peterson, S 349 344-352 Polllns. C. E 114-255-264 Polllns, 3. W 24-114 Behmui. Mrs. P .A 474 Reichert, P. A 154- 448-485 Parker, M 469 Peterson, V. . .. 288 Pollock, D. A 114-365 Qua, G., Jr 116-395 Reid. D. N 24-117- Petrie, R 347 Pollork, J. B... Ouannry. Mrs. J. J 473 Keid F A Jr 117-291 Parker, M. V. 468 Pettelco, M 347 Pollock, J. K., Jr.. 302- Quantrell, A. E 72 Reid, M. S _ .465 Petterson, H. E 28 328-406 Reid W. G 22-117- Parker W B lll- Petterson, L. 458 Pollock, J R 288 Qu a rterdeck 316 315-321-399 280-321-352-391 Parker, W. J. 355 Pettibone. C. L 336 Pettibone. E. E. 393 Pollock, M. 114-282- 442-448-485 Quarton. M. B 465 Quick. H. M 434 Reid. W. H 378 Reilly, W. J 341 Parks, L. A 298-471 Pettibone, F. 448 Pond, George 167 Quit-ley, S. M 116 Parks, L. B .24-25-111- 260-313-320-376-398 Parks. M. R 286-328- Pettibone, M. F 166-336 Pettls, D. ..._ 113-298- 484-485 Pontius, W. L 354 Ponton, . C. 368 Poole, Loren 258-308 " -342 Quleley, W. G .....162 Quinn, J. J...... 116 Qulnn, W. M. 345 Reiman, L. G -385 Reimann, A. H 117-395 Reimans, P. S. 454 439-456-483 Parmelee, H. I 298- Pettls. G. W. 300 Pettit. J _ 341 Popowska, L. E. 114 Keimlrs. J. D J77 Bein. V. _ 392 475-489 Petzinger, H. W 403 Popp, R. E 349 Reinke, C. _. 192-194-220 Parmenter, G. A. 24-25- Pfaekler, E. 113-475 Poppen. C. M. 403 Reinke I 448 111-313-320-368-403 Pfeiffer. F. F. 29-113-392 Porque. Pedro . 307 Uachor, M. M. 116- Reinke, M. C ....18-117- Parnell, Dr. C. G 315 Parrlsh, F. P 441-446-463 Pfeifler, C. B 364 Pfeil, A L 113 Porter, A _....114-435-485 Porter, G. A. 471-490 448-484 Radford, E 486 314-338 Reinsteln C R 409 Parritt, H. B 380 Parrott, E 111-432- 450-462-465 Pfleneger. C. T., Jr. _ 357 PfofTmann. P. M., Jr.... 348 Phares, L. 288 Porter, L 438-471 Portia Literary Soclety..286 Post. F. D us Rartford. J. R 152-404 Rahn. F. H 400 Itaikes, Helen . 469 Relyea, G. M _ 401 Remington, J. V 406 Ren Cho 304-485 Parrott, M. M 465 Phelps, A. C 113-487 Potk, Richard 257-388 Ralkes. Mrs. J. M 469 Rendtorff, W. S....434-484 Parsons. F. J 340 Phelps, F. M. 18-19-113- Potter, G. " 337 Ralston, E. C 26-116- Renner, G. J. 355 Parsons. J. H 154-277-354 Parsons. R. E. 298 158-251-258-376 Potter, H. 345 Potter. N. S. 337 447-448 Ralston, W B. 152-404 Henner. W. Z 151-316-358 Paryski. H 490 Phelps, S. N 150-252-353 Potter, Mrs. N 463 Bambelll, E 116 Rentz, E 385 Paryski, T. J m Phi Alpha Delta 398 Potter. T. E 115 Ramsay, H. S 116-252- Republican Club 30 Pascoe. A. R. 111-313-403 Phi Beta Delta 371 Potter, T. . 299 450-457-471 Retzlaff V 447 Pasternak, T 39 Phi Beta Pi 397 Potthoff, E. H 324 Ramsay, M 446 Reynolds, C. D.. . 393 Patelskl, R. A. 156 Phi Chi 399 Pough, W. 413 Ramsay, W. S .. 334 Patmos, B.. 298 Phi Delta Chi 393 Pound H 115-475 Ramsdell, B D 368 Reynolds G H 117 Paton, B. L 448 Phi Delta Epsllon 409 Powell, C. 388-448 Ramsey, C 359 Reynolds I E 117- Paton, Wm _... 258-301 Phi Delta Kappa 323 Power. E. B 261-362 Ramsey, J. K.... 116-273-414 222-357 Pattee, O. L 376-311 Phi Delta Phi 390 Powers. L,. D 30-115-324 Ramsey, Dr. W. S. 396 Reynolds N D 18-117- Pattengill, Miss C 465 Patterson. Miss B. L. 418- Phi Delta Theta 343 Phi Epsilon PI 373 Powers. R. S 24-115- 351-398 Ranck. E. P 467 Randall. O. I, _ 336 352 Reynolds. N. E 273-377 436-407 Pracht E 439-443 Randall, H M 340-463 Patterson, n. S 338 Prag. M. L 371 Randall, J, R... 340 Rhead M 454 Patterson. K. C 348-465 Phi Kappa 381 Prahl, L .... . 448 Randall, Mrs. W. H... 465 Patterson, G. W , .Tr 337 Riink tn, H, 4RQ 337 Patterson, Mrs. O. W.... 4r r Phi Kappa Tau 377 Pratt, D. B. 351 Rankin, n. N 116-365 Rhlnevault. E 117-434- Patterson, R. M 2911 Patterson. W. C 150- 252-254-335 Phi Lambda Kappa 410 Phi Lambda Upsilon 324 Phillippi Louis F 346 Pratt. D. M 115 Pratt, E 159-252- 298-473 Rankin, H. C ..116-270- 443-469 Rankin, B. A 18 116- 437-439-473 Rhoades. M 325-359 Rhodes D A 393 Patton. B. H. 448-464 Patton. W. G 111-273-361 Patton. W. H 251-339 Patrick, K. C 376 Club _ 307 Phillips, B. E 113-434 Pratt. B. 320 Pratt. V 483 RanWn, Mrs. T. E 489 Ransford, M. r ' . 34 " . Rhodes, H. S ....384 Rice, F 338 Pauchuk, J no Phillips, M. 170-372-37 Preece C. F. 351 Ransome, W.... 3:53 Rice, M. ... 409 Paull, C 4t6 Rich B M 3 r 6 Paull. H 24-111-320 Phillips Mrs U B 467 Preisii J F 377 Raphael, J. L 116 Rich E D 343 Paulson, R. H...274 275-342 Phillips. W I, 113-380 Rasnick, N. N 212- Rich, F P 346-349-403 Pavltt, R. G 438-442-454 Payne. J. H., Jr. 24-111 Pliillpot, H. M 404 Phillipps. V B 351 Prentiss. R. N 253-339 216-363 Raphael, Mrs. T 321- Rich, H. M 117-448-474 Richard. D. H. 163-392 Payne. W. B 103 Phi Mu Alpha ::. n 384-409-462-464 Pear. W. E 111-328-403 Phi Mu Delta i-i:;-::. Raschbacker, Mrs. H 464 Richards, F. H 298 592 Ryan J W ,, 376 Schlotterbeck. M Srtdell. H. E. - ...302-370 Richards. H. C 469 Richard,. I. W 118 286- RotUnd. W. M. .119-162 Rollins. C. L. -.357 Ryan. M. 8 .298 Ryan, T. B. . 381 Ryn T P ' s -lili.tterbeck. Mrs. J. O. 460-474-487 Srhlotunan, E -.349-39! Seiferleln. A. L. 144 Seifert, E. J 359 Sellhelmer. C. W.... 308-35 Rlchards. M. A .274-5 Richards. M. F -- 300 260- 4( Romlne. W. W. 374 Rychener. R. O._ S9 Ryrholm. X 204 Schlucter. A. W Z74- m =rhmellg FT M Sellf. L. If.-. 873 Seligs n. H |24 Sel lards C P 358 Richardson. D. C 118-36! Richardson. H. L. ..481 Rlchardon. R. 463 Richardson. S. H 380 Richardson. T r-r!? w- - T : 1 ], ' ;, 495-385 Rood. L. E. _ 387 Root. T. W 332 Roper. Coach 178 R,.se. E. Y _ 119-480- IM-4M ROM. H E 337 S Smbel. C. T 384 Sackli.sca. A. G.-..153-381 SacherolT. U. E 15 Sadler. Prof. H. C 261- Schmeling. E. S 368 Schemmn, George. 343 Schmidt. F. G 123 Schmidt. H. F 29-123 ssr, Schmidt, Dr. T. E 39C Schmler. B. L 40!l Sellart. A _ 416 Selleck. D. 43 Selleck. H. P. 3M SeUen. Mrs. W. H. 45 Sellers. Mrs. B. W.325- 4T1 Selman J H 144 Rlchmin. P. r l 18 ' 1 Richmond. P. M. ....... .315 Row. W !65 Rosen. J. M Rosen. M. M 409 Rosenbaum. 8 F. 252- 316-348-361 Sadler. Mrs. H. C 465 Sanders. Mrs. H 464 Sage. B. M 121-2118-485 Sdimltt. J. V._ 12:1 Schnall. B. A 156-274- 275-374 Schneebell. O. J.- 339 Selmeler. H. I,. 157- 267-288-300-369 Remple. D. A 125 Senior Society 4 ' ] Rlchter. H -351 M Sage. M. J - 424 Sagendorf. M 18 Si-lnieiiler W. E Sfil-273 Sc-hneirla. T .C 274- Sergeant. F. A 354 Ricker. M. F J 15 Ricker. F. E 471-490 Rlckert. V. O 392 M Rosenbaum. V 479 Rosenberg B W 372 Sagendorph. E. M. 121 Sagendorph. M. 47:, Sager. M. M .299 275-32.-, Scboenfeld. E. W 123 Schoenfeld. F. - 254-407 Sestok. C. K.. Jr 161- 473-477-361 Setzler. O. L. 125 !: ?: B=5:g Bird. M. R...- . ? Rlfkin G -378 Rlgelhaupt. J. L 363 Rifpj. r 4 Rosenberg. E 381 Rosenberg. L. T. _ 12cl Rosenblum. H. 360-379 Rosenblum. H. L. 120 Kosenbush. T. 468-48. i Rosenfeld. J. L 12o Sakanlskl. S .305-489 Salazer. Ads in _ 299 Salazer. Albert 499 Salchow. M. H 385 Salisbury. A. 38 Salisbury. H. W 394 Sallee. E. R. -459 Schoenfeld. H. B _ 3.18 Si-lirrnfeld. P 298-499 Schoepfle. C. D.______40T s,-l,. ttley, F. J 44 Schoonmaker. H 474 Schoooorer, W. J 123 Sew. D. 304 Sewell. H. M...Z " . Serald. F. J._ " " 342 Seybold. A. D.._ 349-401 Seydel. P. L 469-485 Shahame, M. W 125 Rlgcs! F. B 33 Riggs. H. E ...318-318 Riggs. Mrs. H. E -466 Riler. J. I _- 299-471 Rlley. T. 386 Rilev W H. -.400 Rosenthal. R. ..252-434-479 Hosenihal. S 371-415 Rosenweig. N. 363 Bosenzwelg. A 22-120- 409 Saliuess. F. T .374 Salmond. I. M 388 Salzman. E. H. 283-288- 328-414 Salzmau, H. A 373 Schorling. Mrs. B, 471 Schott. M. 486 Sohrade. J. M._ 181 Schrader. G. M 454-472 Schrander, E. E 473 Shaw. W. B_ 260-340 Shaw. Mrs. w. 4 3 Shawaker. R. P.....299-351 Shawaker. VT. E... 154- 299-414 Rindfiisz. Q. C 481 Rinear. R. F 333 Blttenhouse. L. E 438- Roeenzwetg. L 120 Rosin G 120 Ross. C. A 140-314-358 Sample. W. E 122-478 Sampson. P. C 221-391 Sams. W. M. 396 Schrander, K. !,._ 438- 439-473 Schravesarde. 1. B 192 Sohri.r, n P 1?? Shea. A. K 444-4.15 Shearer. C. H. 333 Rhechan. J. O Sheff S j Ross D M. 120 Samson. P. B.__ 354 Schrler. P. G 123 Shehan. H. L. Rlttershnfter. r. R 325- 39 Ross. G. W. Jr 120-226- 249-255-262-294-337 Sandberg. W. G 142 Sandeen. W. G.. 122 Schroeder. A. J._ 215 Schroeder. B. E. 462 Schropdpr f: K 1?3- Sheldon. A. rT...250-452-472 Sheldon. H. W. 3 Rii. M 442 Roach B. J _ 222 Roach. L. M 118-485 Boss. J. W._.._18-313-398 Ross. V. F 325-392 Rosser, H. L. 120 Sanders. C 48 Sanderson. R. M 281-298 Sanderson, S. S 396 Sands. V. L 470 298-299-485 Schroeder, W. 159- 212-334 Shemm. Mrs. S] 467 Rhen. H. K 7301-304 Rhepard. S. L 30-384 Bobbins. A -...36(1 Rr.th w r 1 0 Sanford. W. H 122 Schuler. G. X. 474-486 Sherk P P Bobbins F E 338 RWn, T. S 2-M Schuler. M. E _434 Sherlock. R. H... Bobbins. I. M 414 Roth. W. M __120 Banzenbacher. I. E._ 282- Schulman, H 372 Schultz. A. L. .. 401 Sherman. G. K 469 Rothgeb. R. A. .258-486 Schultz, E. 1 23-26- Robertroy. W. G.. .118 Rothrock. C. L 357 Sansobriuo. D. A 155-400 Sargent E 485 -S.-.-4S-; Sherman. L. M. 125-43S- Bobertg. A 359 Roberts. F.lli " t _ 249- 384 Sargent. R. 288 Sarkissian. S. D 122 Schultz. L. C 29-123 Schultz. L. R. 400 ITV-O1 Sherman. M. I,.. 439-442- Roberts. F. 479 Rouiiiin. A. H ISO Rousseau, J. A... 4114 Sto. T 122-305-486 Satovsky. A 371 Schulz. Mrs. E. B 475 Schulz. O. 446 Sherman. X. C 448-459 Roberts. H. A 11 Rovinsky. F 121-437 Saltier. D. 1) 122-434 Schumacker. C. H 273 250-377 Roberts, L, 118- 418-439-450-462-466 Bne. J. P 18-121-326 Rowe. P _ .341 R.iwlader D. 299 Saults. E. C 399 Saunder. I. L _ 122 Schumacher, W. E 123 Schumann. F. J 123-281 Sherrick. Dr. J. S._315 Sherwood. B. P 166-335 Rowley. J. A. 28-396 Saundera. H. A 343 Schumm. E. G 365 Robertson. f - I 118 Robertson. W. J 380 Boxburg. E 366 Boy. X. N. 121-306 Sanzedde. R. E 298 Savage. R. P 355 Schuster. M. D 123-372 Schwartz. L. A. .124-371 Sherwood, M. L. 334 Sherwood. R. M. ZT1-SST Robin. S. I. 379-414 Rnhins. Mrs. H. 1 48S Robinson. A 271 Robinson, r E 160-347 Royce. M. 121 Royer. E. W .392 Royer. X. M _ ___486 Rubensteln. E. A. ....29-121 Sawyer. A. E 281-282 Sawyer. C. D 357 Sawyer. D 150 Schwartz. B. T 481 Schwass. F. L 323 Schwelss. C. } 124 Schweitzer. D. F 121 Shevltz, S. M 399 Shier. E. M. 4 WI Shier. L. A 485 Shields. H. W 325 3 2 Robinson. H. A 409-448 Roblnsoii. L. N " 365 Robinson M A 48fi 371 Bubin. M. 371 Ruble. W. A 150-343 Sawyer. E. W 122-370 Scabbard and Blade 327 Schwing. R. L ! Scollay. L. P 169-400 Scott, C 287-377-448-488 Shields. K. I 126-298- 486 Shields M G 18-126-480 Robinson M J 379 Budell. F. ..256-258- Scott. E. E .345-396 442-487 Scott. E. O 407 Rudell. M. A 469 Scamthurne, M. E 476 Scott, F. A. . .. _397 Robinson. R. F 119 Robinson R. r, 383 Rudolph. A. O 121 Rudolph. B. X. 121 Schock, O. F 40 Schaddelee. H. B. -.35:1 Scott. F. X - 248-276 Scott. H. D 340 Shillito. F. H. 252-264 Shimp. W. B 126-483 Rudolph. E. A. .121 Scott. Mrs. I 464 Robinson. S. W 345-390 Rudolph, L -.447 ScaTarda. T. .. 391 Scott. W. 124 Shipley, W. C .1.126- Robison. F. R _434-469 Bobson, E. J 396 Ruegsegger. A. D 403-416 Ruetz, E. . 464 Schaffer. X. 409 Schaffer. V. B. 44:; SCTatch. W. L 144 Scribner, C. W .297-370 Shipman. J. H 272-374 Shipp. L. P. _ S9i RobT. W. P. 337 Rockwell H M 364 Ruetz, E. A - 272 Rufus W r 341 Schon. M. J 384 Seager, John B. A 837 SMglc W. jej Shippen, Zoe 459 Rockwood. B 119 Rodenberg. L. B 376 Rodger?. R 394 Rufus. Mrs. C 417 Rummler. O. W 20-316 Rumpf. Mrs. W 464 Schamacker. C. H 361 Schantz. J. J.._ 122-339 Schau. E. C .273-400 Scheel. B. H 122-375 Sealby. R. I -155-357-395 Seaman. M. E...251-435-420 Searight. H. L 419-420- Shoebrldge. F. E 448 Shoesmlth. B. W. 403 Shohani. H. 126-487 Rodkey. R. G 352-408 Rumsey. A. I 369 Rush Mrs C 464 Schelcher, F. E 123 s h.lri h A 7 Searl. R. A 144 Seasword. C G 124-292 Shohara. H. 305 Shook. B. W. Roe. A. F XK-VIK Roe, H Hi Rush. H 439 Rush. M. J.. . 121 379 Scheller. J 308-358 Schemm. F. R. 321-391 Seaton. C. E 477 SeavoT r, K M3 Shott. F 453-487 Roe. B. F 44-25-119- 313-3 1 Ruslander. H. S 363 Buss. H... ._ 261-267-370 Schenck, M, B 345 Scherer M 463 Seburn. E. E _ 472 Sebum. T. J. . . 124-375 Shrauder, K 258-445 Roedel D I 380 Russell, R. 462 Scherer. R. _. . 341 Seeber. D. A 485 Roehm. F. E. B... 355 Russell. E. H 377 Si-hirer R KM Seegar. L. F 473 Rhulak I Rotfim, J. 454 Russell. Mrs. I. C 4 : Schermack. 1. S 369 Seeley, A. 124-432- Shultz, A. L. Roellinger. F 168 Ronch. J. A " 347 Ruswinckel. J. W. 370 Ruth. H. G -.150-251-469 Rutherford H H 469 Schermer, J. M. 363 Schetnitz. B 159-384 450-4A4 Seeley. E. C 124-487 Shultz. L. _ S45 Rhulze. D. A 464 Roethke. L 365 Roethke. V. B. 484 Ruthruble. B. P 407 Ruthruff, R. B.._. 324 Schllz. T. C 357 Schlaak. M. E 122 Seeley. L. .251-464 Seeley. M. G. 362 Shumway, M .E == 44S Rogers, G. F _ 332 Rogers. M. B 119 Ruthven, A. C 361 Buthven. Mrs. A. C 470 Ruyl. Elsa 121-467 Schlanderer, P. F 274- 275-329-350-392 Schleicber. F. E. 448 Seestedt. R. O._ 375 Segal. A. R 363 Segal. H M. 379 Shure. S. J._ _ 126-274 275-360 Shuster. F _ 341 Ryan, A W 400 Schlosberg R T 292- Shuter. E. M. 276 Bogers. W. T _....39r. Rogin. J. R. . 119-409 Rogsy. A. R 300 Byan. G. M 121-402-413 Ryan. J. D 151-253- 324-407 327-337 Schloss. H. W 356 Schlott. A. B 468 Selherling. J 24 Selbut. E. D 124-476 Selde. J - 292 Shutts. E. F -169-395 Sibllsky, G. A 242 Sihley. B. B 288-328-398 593 Sibley J W Jr 336 Smith. E. C 18-397- Spring and Fall Games.. 235 Spring, P 434 Springer. D. W 341 Stewart, Duncan 296 Sutton, T. 299 Suyat. D. T.. .281-303 Swain Mrs. A. G. 470 Sichler, E. H -126 434-465-572 Smith E G .486 Stewart. J. O 443 Stewart. L. M 131-336 126-401 Sldwell, T -257 Siedman. I. I -...156 Slegal. B. J 126-479 Slegal, R 371 Smith, F. M 386 Smith G M -.482 Sprinkle, C. R 130-274 Sproul. S 288 Sprowl, J. A. . _ .366 Stewart. 0. W 132-382 St. John. L. D._ 132-301 Stiblch. E. T 24-132- 313-402 Stiegliez, J 324 Swain, F 470 Swain. R. B 133-332 Swann, D. A 402-415 Swan, J. M. 343 Smith, G. W. G 128 Smith H B. -...415 Spurrier, Dr. E 354-396 Spurrier, Mrs. E 463 Smith, H. C 486 Swan, H. M 481 Slemasz. J. B 156 Sigma Alpha Epsilon .......14 Stadfleld, H. 130-338 Stiles, F. . 344 Swartout, D 250-419-487 Swartout. P. W 357 Swartz, L. J 371 Swayze, M. R 133-488 Sweeney. F 446 Sweeney. J. A 133-400 Sweet W H. 401 Smith I 128-434- Staebler, B. F 471 Stiles, M. L 132-293 Stilwell. A. J .250 Stlmpson, H. S 394 Stimson. C. 463 Stlne, G 443-487 Stinson. W. S 399 Stirling. J. O. - 352 Sigma Alpha Mu 379 Sigma Delta Kappa 406 Sigma Delta Phi 456 Sigma Gamma Epsilon....326 448-480 Smith, J. A. 488 Staebler. N 130-256- 272-362 Staebler, R. F 130 Smith J K 486 Smith K B 2. ' .4 Staebler. Mrs. W 462-471 Stafford. E 130-434 Smith K S 128-308-369 Smith, L. S... . ..... 255-372 Stahl. O _ 350-445 Stair, H -434-448-474 Stair, M. 4f4 Swendfeger. Q. S 308-338 Swineheart. C. R 362 Swinehart . R _ 255 Smith, L - 159 Stlth. M. J 132-159-347 Stitt, I. D 471 Smith, M. 3 128-470 Smith. M. M 253- 469-486 Smith, M. T 128 Smith, N. 361 Smith, N. ..._ 128-342 Smith, N. D._ 308 Smith, P. 28 Smith. R. C 255-358 Smith R W. 129-364 Slgnor, W. W .....415 Stalker, E. A 352 Stalker, A. W 340 Stivelman, J. P 156 Stocking. B 396 Stocking, C. H. 393 Swinton L J. 133-475 Swinton, N 396 Silbersteln. B. G 356 Silk. E 126-W7-48r Sllkworth. E. R 387 Silver, F. F 127-413 Silverman, M. M...._ 410 Stalker, Mrs. A. W. 448 Swinton N W 335 Stalker, G. H 403 Stambach. C. N 408 Stamman, C. P 176- 182-343 Stan. H. N _ 130 Stoddard. F 150-277-359 Stotz. H 399-486 Stone, D _ 276 Stone. E 448-488 Stone, H 168-465-486 Swltzenberg. F 455 Switzenberg, F. M. 442 Swintz. G. R 400 Sylvester, C 170 Sylvester n H 403 Stanbo. E 453 Stone, L 299-448-483 Stone. K. C 367 Stone, M. W. 369 Sylvester. L. R. . 170 Simansky, L 479 Simmons, A 170 Smith, Mrs. S. W 348- 4.64 Smith, S. L 129-155- Stanford, G. B 130- 274-400 Symphonic League 444 T Taber. C. R 133 Simmons, C. R 18-127- 299-408 Simmons, D _ 453 Stanley G 257-267- Smith. W. A 321-391 Smith. W. T 391 Smlther, B. 443 294-318-337 Stanton, M. L 337 Stoneman, Mrs. W 464 Stophlet. B _ 351 Storen, H. F _ 357 Taggiirt. Mrs. H J4 Tai T M 304 Stanton. S. T 326 Simpson, M. E 150-481 Simpson, R. S 296 Simpson, W. A 150-252- 256-361 Simpson, W. M 321-306 Sims C. C. - 300 Sims, E. P 360 Smock, D. R - 129 Smythe H. 298-445 Stark. H. E. . 368 Storke, S. 286-442 Tatt. G. D 274-5-354 Takahashl Y 305 8tark, N. T ...130-297-387 Starr, L,. M 131-477 Starrett P 261-335 Storrey, F 439-470 Snell, N. E. 440-442- 452-462-474 Snider. C. E 399 Snider, G. R 18-359 Snoble. C. H. 415 Snoble. C. J 380-402 Snodgrass, J. T 257-361 Stout. M. B 362 Talamon. Mrs. H 465 Stason. Prof. E. B 402 Staub, E. M. 264-374 Staubach. C 274-275-299 Stauffer. M. N 131 Stayner, P. L, _ 374 Bteadman, E. . _ 250 Strachan, T. C.. .132-313- Talcott H H. 366 320-390 Straight. S. F 273 Straight, S 359 Tallman, R. L 18-133- 298-299-462-475 Tambourine . . 277 Sims. I. H 296-297-325 Sinai. N. 386 Sinclair. H. 299-366 Sinclair, J. K. 252-457- 476 Sinclair. S. H 150-277- 347 Ringerfoos, Mrs, E 465 Singh, P 306 Strambra, E 486 Strang, C. R.. .. 361 Strasser, W. J 132-293 Straub, R. C 132 Straub. H. C _ 367 Straubs, J. U. 398 ITanaka Y 305-487 Stearns, G _ 460 Tanlng. S. B 459 Tang N Y 304 Snook, H. A __ _.J29 Snover, H. G 129-485 Snow, B 168-341 Snow, D. F 129-441-469 Snow, E. T 129 Snyder. C. J 129 Snyder, L. B 108-404 Snyder. P. B 129-354 Snyder, R. H .. 153-397 Stedman, E 483 Stedman, H. E ...153-393 Steel, A. H _ 399 Tanner, M. W.. Jr 348 TanriSr. R. B 407 Steele. H 347 Straus. B. R. 373 Steele, B. L _ 131 Steen. C 424-463 Steer, P. 3 _ 273 Strauss, K... 132-280- 386 438-450-465-482 Strauss. H. E 132 -479 Strauss, L. A 276 Strauss, M. I 132-454 Strieker. H. D.... 361-386 Strickland, R. K 132- 402-480 Strickland. W. G. 387 Strobel, H _ 392 Strong, H. .. . 434 Strong, N. H 133-385 Tapson, C 134-252-434 Tarbill, J. W 339 Sink. E W 399 Steere. D. M 131-350 Steere. M. C 298 Steffes, E. W _.38l Stegath. F. H 352 Steger, H 204-206 Sirrine, C. A 290-376 Skadden M K 127-407 Society of American Military Engineers 292 Sock, F.. 410 Tate D C 323 Skall, R. M 373 Tatroe. K. ... 434 Tau Beta PI 322 Skillen. 3 486 Skinner, F. H 127-382 Skinner, T. R _345 Sklover. I. J 127-410 Sodt, H. B. ..375 Soehrens. D 439 Steindler, C. A .....372 Steinhauer, J. P 367-403 Stein. M. E _131 Stein. M. W. 131 Steindler, C. 131 Tau Delta Phi 372 Tau Epsilon Phi 378 Soils, Dr. J. C 468 Soloman. E. D 223-345 Soloman, M. S. 379 Tau Kappa Epsilon 386 Taylor C B. 134 Stroud. C _ . 342 Taylor, D. D 264-314-343 Taylor, D. M 134-351 Taylor E W 395 Slater, N 250-474 Soloman. N 253-254-479 Solve, Mrs. M, T 467 Steinharter, R. B 379 Stelnko, S. M 374 Struhsaker, F. P 297 Strunk, K. S 361 Slater, W. E 127-301 Slattery, J. H _ 414 Slawson, D. G 127-320- 357-390 Slawson, I 127-481 Slayton. P _ 167-339 Stplnkn, p. , JJ2 Stryker, H. H. 401 Taylor F M 341 Sommerfleld. M 256-287- 438-447-486 Sommers, C. B 129 Sommer, M .434 Sommers, R. F 392 Soo, Y. P. . . 304 Stempfly. L. J 131-413 Stepanovlch, G 399 Stuart, J 447 Stuart. M. D. 471 Taylor, H 351 Taylor .7 H 161 Stepanstd, A. J 393 Student Christian Asso- ciation 264 Taylor J K 376 Stephen, E. A. 131- Taylor, J. L 351 158-281-301 StRphnrm, C. 485 Student Council 262 Stump, L. D .414 Stuntz, H. I, 355 Taylor, M. 434 Slifer H S 332 Sophomore Prom 269 Stephens, Charlotte 299 Stephens, Ii. L 353 Tavlnr. N. C 150 Sorge, R. A. 18-129- Sturo, D 472 Taylor, N E 408 Slingluff, D 127-286- 298-451-48 " Sloan, C. K 407 441-462-469 Stephenson, H. E 337 Sture, M 464 Sturmer, F. E.. 133 Taylor Rolland ??8 Sterling, W 340 Stem, A. M 281-282- 328-360 Stern, E. F 277 Taylor, R. H 134-377 Taylor. W _ 166 Taylor W E 281 Boule. L. 250-258-486 Boule, M H 325-407 Sturmer, Frederick 18- 133-255-294-338 Sturos. S 42U-424- 436-439 Suhrbler, E M 370 Soule. R. H. . _ 129-316 Tealdi. Mrs. A. 465 Slocum, C. W _361 Sousa, J. P 329 Stem, E. T _ 379 Stem, I . . . . 361 Tebbetts. E. D 339 Teelez J S 134 Slosburg, L. E 384 401 Souther, C 249-348 Stern, S. A _ 373 Stern, W. G _ 360 Stern. W. H 379 Stern, P. J 308-387 Stethorn, R. . . 459 Teeple, P. C 134-298 Teeter, E. J 396 Tenenbam, H. H ....379 Sukumar, A. K ...133-306 Sullen, J. A. 405 Sullivan, A _.. .. 281-374 Slosson, I. 441-462 Southworth, S 129-298 Southworth, M. N 385 Spafford, H E 156 Slowenskl. R. D. 127 Small, M. B ' 352 Smalley, L. M 297 Sullivan. M. B 400 Summerfleld. M.. 445 Tenenbaum, P 479 Tepp rt, A. 134-301 Spain, V. E.._ 26-129- 441-467 Spalding. L. A 364 Spalding, M. C. 354 Stevely, F. E 131-472 Stevens, A B. 324 Summer Michigan Dally. Th 254 Smeaton, R M 326 Stevens. Alice 448 Summers, J 286 Terry. C. C 391 Teter. R. C. 340 Smeaton, Mrs. W. G.. 460 Smiles, K. G 18-19-127- 256-348-358 Smith, A. E._ 128-34!) Smith, A. H 387 Sparkle. H. F. 367 Sparrow, F. W., Jr _.254 Spedding, H. E 130-448 Speers, G 130-299-485 Speers, G. M 442 Speiden, F. I 350 Spence. H. W.- 336 Stevens. C. A 131-264 Stevens, F. H 347 Stevens. F. J 18-131-340 Stevens, F. L. 255-343 Stevens, F 294 Stevens, G. 337 Stevens, L. .341 Summers. J. E... . 480 Summy, P 483 Sumner. M 133-298-485 Sunderland. Mrs. E. D. 484 Sunderland, E. R. 248- 313-390 Sunderland, Mrs. E. R 348-462-477 Thai. N. R 134-252- 254-360 Thellman. W. G. 357 Theta Chi 362 Smith. B. P 318 Theta Delta Chi 345 Theta Kappa Nu 387 Smith, B. M. 128-48 Smith, Mrs. C. A._ 465 Smith, Clement A _...348 Spence. L. 130-434 Spence, M. D 365 Spencer. C. D.....18-130-408 Spencer, D. M 471 Spencer, J. R _334 Spencer, O. 299-463 Spencer, P. R 130 Spero, J. A 379 Spidel. W. D 130-352 Spindle, R. S _362 Spltzer. L. F._..327-374-379 Snooner, L 341 Stevens, Mrs. S 467 Stevenson. E 475 Stevenson, E. B 477 Theta Kappa Psi 394 Theta Phi Alpha 473 Theta Sigma _. 457 Sunderland, Thomas ....253- 254-298-348 Sundwall. John 323-397 Sundwall, Mrs. J 467 Smith, C. C 159-252-332 Smith, C. E. 346 Stevenson, H. R 151-322- 369 Theta Xi ... 405 Thews. E. G 134-484 Thieme, Mrs. H 464 Thieme. T. K 166-348 Thirlby, B. D 134-346 Thisted, C 176-188-344 Thoits J H 374 Smith, C. H 341-455 Smith. C. N _ 324-407 Smith, C. R. 334 Stevenson, J. 298 Stevenson. O. W 323 Stewart, A. A 404 Stewart, A. V 131 Stewart, C. C 334 Stewart. Dorothy 460 Superko. A 250-474 Supernaw. .T 133-462-480 Surbrook, J. M 133-364 Sutley. J. E 133 Sutley, J. K _ 412 Sutton. R. L, 396 Smith, D. S 167-348 Smith, E. B 128-487 Smith. E. B 128-298 ThOtnas, C. . . 361 Thomas. D. E 399 594 448-485 M. . T. E. 1S9-3S2 1C. W. M.__1S5- 464-485 S. J 135-4 1 " D. J. . Mrs. C. D 475 Thorpe. H. 441-462-463 Tfcornr. G. G____SS3 Tbuemmel. E. F. U_.l r. Thulin. W. E. Tilden. C. T TIBet, U E. TUletson. E. W._ TIHey. L. . TUIy. M. P. 4 3 16 _439 !74-5 Tsot. D. F 136-193-322 -434-47: -448-488 544 Tracy. Tumble. H. M._ H. E W6 Trombley. L 434-448 Trooper. Mrs. H. B 471 H. P. 4 3 TTO1. T. I 13S-17S-S74 TMOt. K. lSt-444 Troy. H. P. 154-3 True. A 13-45 US-MS F. M-_J5 -3 3 D. 44 I. K. T. 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