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

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ft iW i - ----., j ' H iff? Orbiciitrb to: Presibent Clarence Coofe Hittle (One uiljo Or hrUrs in I ' outl), in toljom pout!) beliebes. to!)os!e leabersljip jWicljigan, pioneer of tfje $ast, still opening neiu patlis in ebucation. Jforetoorb ILrst tljr continuous conquest of ttir future obscure ttjr progrrssibe efforts of tfje past Mir bepart moinrntnnlp from tije usual to rebieto tfie Ijumblr origin anb tljr epocal progress of our JtlmUrvsitp. reflrctions must Surclp in= spire a forgibafale pribe, for tbere is rebealeb a beterminatton of purpose lulnrii presages fit ture grouiii) anb greatness heritage of tljr past! for tljr future! promise Content features . . page 23 . page 41 . page 2C9 . page 265 page 349 page 435 (HlomiMt ' s activities . page 467 ' Wettest . page 495 Jfraternittea Jflemoriam amanba jlrlDillr 2)off ussp . JMerricb eorgc icfeerman Gorman nl ergan SrDiiis 1 ' irrman @crall) Janus l ogrr l nnp Ciiarlcs l opprrs Carpi 3fot IDcustc r f)ier Clarence i. Clarence Armstrong 4 C i- Cgai 38 :- Diagonal From Engineering Arch Diagonal From State Street 2865 -- !i Lawyer ' s Club 1924 First Law Building ' 1863 Natural Science Building 1926 Anatomical Laboratory 7887 Alumni Memorial Hall 1909 University Hospital 1925 - S it WilliamL. Clements Library- 1923 First Medical Building after Remodeling 2864 University Hall in 1880 ?r- $f " The Diagonal, showing gymnasium at rear of old University Hall and rear of Dr. ' Frieze ' s residence. " Michigan in 1873 Right Chemistry Laboratory Left- President ' s Residence Old University Hall Under Construction. Main Walk leading to the museum with class memorial of ' 62 and old Law Building on the left. 3 r - The First Photograph of the University, 1849. ' Denial Building, 1891. Above State Street, 1870. Below University Hall Auditorium, 18 5 From the Nineteenth Century Engineering Building, 1895. Page - r Dental Building. Through More Recent Decades Right Razing of the Old Library 1918. East Engineering Building. Page , 9 s ; e S, $fc Off for a boat ride at the Triennial. Mason P. Rumney ' o?E, Judge J. W. Murfin ' 95, ' 96, Mayor Kendrick of Philadelphia, and J. W. Follin ' ijE. Michigan Day at the Sesquicentennial Exposition. The Michigan-Wisconsin game smoker held by the Duluth Alumni Association. Dr. John Parker Stoddard, ' 50. Michigan ' s oldest living graduate. Prominent Alumni- At present Michigan has about 64,000 living alumni and formfr students. Of this number 37,000 hold degrees from the University. Dr. John Parker Stoddard of Muskegon who graduated in 1859, sixty-eight years ago, is the oldest living graduate. Mason P. Rumney, ' o?E, was President of the Alumni Association from 1023 to 1026. Col. W. T. Perkins, ' fyi, and M. J. Robinson, ' o fL, of the University of Michigan Club of Seattle giving a set of Michigan campus views to Dr. D. H. Houston, president of the College Club of that city. Page 20 M =r K S?i = =J C - !fcs A A reunion of the famous " piint a m : .nu.i. ' " ham at thr Tri- ennial Convention, Detroit, 1925. They are Joe Maddock, " Willie " Heston, Charles Baird, " Germany " Sc iultz, " King " Cole, and Bruce Shorts. and their Activities The alumni of the University are organized into 154 local University of Michigan Clubs, divided into eleven districts. These districts hold meetings every year and elect the directors of the Alumni Association. Once every three years all the clubs meet at a Triennial Convention. The next Triennial will be held in Chicago in May, 1928. " Dibbie " Slain, ' 04, ' o6L, Dean Henry M. Bates, ' 90, and " Bob " Parker, ' 04 the original Union campaign committee. " Germany " Schultz and Judge " Id lie lleston at the Triennial. First District Clubs at the 1924 Convention. I. K. Pond, ' 70, architect of the Union, during the course of its construction. Page 21 s, w C $ffe O Gone By Sight The Old Gen- eral Library. " Two Weeks Before Examination. " " The Last Day. Page 22 MICHIGAN LIFE $ +3fa X The hew Stadium is begun School Begins Again Digging down for the playing field X Page 24 $ Zf3k Professor Hobbs on the Greenland Expedition Events of Clippy and President Little at home The Lawyer ' s Club from the Union Tower Geology Summer Camp in the South C Pag 25 3 sSgZ br- Sf Oter the bar she goes! The Football Season- Part of the ,000 football fans at the Illinois game p 26 .Si - S2 - -C 5SfS5 r-=gS%g and Fall Games A Soph taking his medicine Pushing pennies down the Diagonal T fxee PRESS mora The Frosh successfully defend their flags Page 27 jg - c f - A. The Soph Circus Reeling with the Rollicking Crew F " - c Sf Ann Arbor ' s Great White Way and Christmas Vacation Off for home The Swimmers leave for the East 3. The Mimes Presents Twenty-first Annual Musical Comedy Page jo - z ffl z- Zj is m $f Front Page Stuff " Our Handsomest Girls Are Men " ft v l Page 31 . r C % Winter pleasure Horseback riding down in Lovers ' Lane ! - $ z $s r C TkelNete Architectural Buildin and Beauty W inter sports Rend your backs You Froth! In silence white Six minutes after the hour Page 33 $ffe Junior Girls ' Play The Pirates from the Sea of Emancipation Daisy and the " Lone Kid " X Pag ' 34 fe L Designer of the 8 till S cover and Spring Parties The Architects dance on a sunken ship T " " Bums " break into the League Party The Old Hospital burns Page 35 -- C ffif A. Spring- time Arrives The Clee Club Serenade On the courts Page 36 a iWeZT sZgefz ! $ +3!te ' Sophs are Victorious Night and the Frosh lose their identification tags b - - i -jg HH I Afichigamua take their palefaces the Triangles Initiation Closing Days The Boulevard Fireplace Track Team leaves for the Conference Meet On the Link: The Seniors Swing Out ? 3!fc z Engineers storm the Law Arch -and Finally Commencement and break through Ford receives a decree Seniors receive their diplomas Taps 39 ze2 b - % . . ' HP A JL " For men may come and men may go, But I go on forever. " Tennyson 4 jr s Old Library 188S-1918 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS - $f 4 MAENTZ fox PRYCE TlTTLE 1927 LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND ARTS OFFICERS HEXRY S. MAEXTZ VIRGINIA A. Fox CHARLES R. PRYCE ESTHER L. TUTTLE Advisory W. CALVIN PATTERSON Chairmat, EREDERIC S. GLOVER, JR. S. TYLER WATSON Athletic RICHARD S. DEWEY Chairman JOHN ScHRAVERSAND JAMES F. MARTI x GEORGE G. THORNE VERXON T. EDGAR EDWARD T. REECE Auditing WILLIAM T. KESSEL Chairman B. DOXALD WRIGHT LESTER S. SMITH GLENN W. YOUNG Banquet JACK C. DEIBLE Chairman WILLIAM E. ULLMAN MILES G. SEELEY LESLIE E. MEYERS GERTRUDE BAILEY DOROTHY MALCOMSON RUTH TUTTLE Caps and Gowns ROBERT E. PRICE Chairman SANBORN C. HUTCHIXS DAVID W. JOHXSTOX JAMES W. SPROWL FLORENCE FOSTER ROMAIXE BUSCH Class Day KENTON M. PRITCHARD Chairman EARL L. BLASER SMITH H. CADY, JR. WILLIAM A. WARRICK, JR. HELEN G. RUTH MARY ANNE MACROBERTS COMMITTEES Finance JOHN W. HAY JR. Chairman HAROLD W. DUDLEY JOHX D. TODD JOHN W. HICKMAN LUCINDA SHERWOOD FRANCES P. PARRISH Invitation PHILLIP M. PFAFFMAN Chairman E. DOXALD LAWREXCE LEWIS X. ROBINSON- JAMES B. WOOD JOHN W. HULL Lois A. BRASHER MARGARET L. SHERMAN Memorial ELLIOT M. CHAMBERI.IN Chairman CHARLES T. LEE C. ROBERT SWINEHART FRANCIS H. DAFT CHARLES R. SMITH LOUISE E. RITTEXHOUSE JULIA F. WILSOX Picture Louis ROBERTSOX Chairman LEWIS F. MERKLE CARL T. NELSOX PAUL C. WILLET HARRIET L. SHEPPARD MARGARET E. SEAMAN Pipes and Canes JOHX T. NIXON Chairman DURWARD T. COLE C. SHAW GREEN HAROLD T. MERTZ HARRY E. SEIDELL RUSSELL C. FITZGERALD President yice-President Treasurer Secretary Promenade HOWARD C. BLAKE Chairman THOMAS D. OLMSTEAD ROSWELL BURROWS ROBERT T. DE ORE RUTH J. McCANN KATHERINE I. OAKLEY Publicity LESLIE J. WESSINGER Chairman WILTON A. SIMPSON- MAURICE J. SHORR N ' ORMAX C. BOWERSOX CHARLENE SHILAND MINERVA E. MILLER Senior Ball STUART H. SINCLAIR Chairman HOWELL Russ KARL F. MAST RICHARD B. WESTXEDGE MARION E. LELAND HELEN M. KACEY KATHERINE Senior Sing CLARENCE C. HOSTRUP Chairman FOREST C. BRIMACOMBE ELLEN E. PECKEM HELEN CRAWFORD HOWELL Russ Chairman HENRY LATHROP WILLIAM A. RUBLE HARRY R. HAYNIE MARY H. BARRETT MYRENE RICH ' ft h gfes 1927 LITERARY SCIENCE AND ARTS COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN HOWARD C. BLAKE . . Promenade Committee ELLIOT M. CHAMBERLIX JACK C. DIEBEL RICHARD S. DEWEY JOHN W. HAY, JR. CLARENCE C. HOSTRUP WILLIAM T. KESSEL JOHN T. NIXON W. CALVIN PATTERSON PHILLIP M. PFAFFMAN ROBERT F. PRICE HOWELL Russ STUART H. SINCLAIR LESLIE J. WESSINGER Page 4.3 Memorial Committee Banquet Committee Athletic Committee Finance Committee Senior Sing Committee Auditing Committee Pipes and Canes Committee Advisory Committee Invitation Committee Caps and Gowns Committee Social Committee Senior Ball Committee Publicity Com mittee -- (! rr- aSf - X EHLERS GHEILIXG FlXKLER MoIXTYRE 1927 ENGINEERING OFFICERS RALPH B. EHLERS . CHESTER A. GREILING LEONARD F. FINKLER KENT C. MC!NTYRE . President ice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES Invitation JOHN A. ARDUSSI Chairman JOHN C. CONGO JOSEPH D. RYAN LEE C. UPDEGRAFF Cane ROSCOE A. DAVIDSON Chairman MILO F. OHR HERBERT W. GOULDETHORPE HOWARD R. STEVENSON Athletic JOHN H. HANSON Chairman ALBERT 0. FLINDT ELMER A. HILBURGER GEORGE G. LAMB Memorial WALTER E. BERGER Chairman MAURICE M. ANDERSON PAUL W. ARNOLD WILLIAM E. RENNER ROBERT M. VANDUZER Class Day HERBERT KUENZEL Chairman JAMES R. DE PUY JOSEPH C. MILLER HAROLD R. OHLHEISER Picture LEWIS R. KIRSHEMAN Chairman FRANKLIN L. BOUTON THOMAS D. SIDWELL Social LAWRENCE BUELL, JR. Chairman W T ALLACE F. ARDUSSI LEMUEL D. HOADLEY LORING F. OEMING X Page 44 - r x, A DAVIDSON HAXSOX BUELL BERGER KUENZEL KlHSCHEMAN 1927 ENGINEERING COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN JOHN A. ARDUSSI ROSCOE A. DAVIDSON JOHN H. HANSON LAWRENCE BUELL, JR. . WALTER E. BERGER HERBERT KUENZEL LOUIS R. KlRSCHEMAN Invitation Committee Cane Committee Athletic Committee . Social Committee Memorial Committee Class Day Committee Picture Committee PC M r-- 3iafes -- % g: BISHOP MYERS MUELLER SOUTHCOMBE 1927 MEDICINE OFFICERS H. MORTIMER BISHOP ALBERT W. MYERS . SELMA C. MUELLER ROBERT H. SOUTHCOMBE President rice-President Secretary Treasurer Executive WALTER G. MADDOCK Chairman ALF. S. ALVING CAMERON D. KEIM GRACE WILLIAMS Honor JAMES H. MAXWELL Chairman DONALD J. THORPE HARRY H. HAIGHT .Auditing F. BRUCE FRALICK Chairman THAYER L. PARRY DEAN M. RICHMOND THOMAS H. MCACHERN Invitation AUGUST W. WALLKOWSKI Chairman CHARLES C. TERRY, JR. ROBERT E. HASTINGS Cap and Gou ' n PAUL W. KNISKERN Chairman ARTHUR R. WOODBURN ELIZABETH C. BAGLEY ANDERSON T. BOWERS COMMITTEES Social W. A. FENSTERMACHER Chairman KENNETH M. DAVENPORT ROBERT W. WILKINS CARL W. SWANSON GORDON B. MYERS Cane COLIN C. McRAE Chairman ALEX OLENIKOFF WILLIAM F. NESBITT MAJOR W. GASPER Athletic DAVID M. WEEKS Chairman EDWIN C. MILLER CARL G. MILLER HARVEY C. HANSEN Picture GORDON T. BROWN Chairman LLOYD B. YOUNG E. CLIFFORD SOULTS Memorial E. H. CORLEY Chairman CARL G. MILLER ROSCOE H. SNYDER Page 46 S. PC - C $f 1927 MEDICINE COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN GORDON T. BROWN E. H. CORLEY WALTER A. FENSTERMACHER F. BRUCE FRALIK PAUL W. KNISKERN WALTER G. MADDOCK JAMES H. MAXWELL . COLIN C. MCR.AE AUGUST W. WALKOWSKI DAVID M. WEEKS Picture Committee Memorial Committee Social Committee Auditing Committee Cap and Gown Committee Executive Committee Honor Committee Cane Committee Invitation Committee Athletic Committee - r !iS 0r- " - 5f HARLOCKEH NVLUXD MIKESELL O ' NEILL FRED L. HARLOCKER ELLEN L. NYLUND . JOHN P. MIKESELL . JAMES E. O ' NEILL . 1927 LAW OFFICERS COMMITTEES Invitations LAURENT K. VARNUM Chairman HARDY PAGELS J. T. ENGLE LLOYD COOPER Picture JAMES D. WOLFE Chairman WILLIAM B. HARTMAN MILO TIPTON EDWIN GUEST Crease Dance PHILIP O ' HANLON Chairman WILFRED H. WILLIAMS ROGER D. DOTEN JOHN H. WITHERSPOON HENRY A. HICKS JOHN W. CONLIN LESLIE C. PUTNAM Memorial ROBERT T. RINEAR Chairman SIDNEY L. ROBIN PRISCILLA A. REICHERT Class Day MENSO R. BOLT Chairman LEROY R WEIS JOHN D. CROGAN JAMES R. RAMSEY Cane FREEMAN W. HASKINS Chairman WILLIAM R. CAMERON- STUART J. GOLDBERG President . Fice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Cap and Gou-n BURTON B. SIBLEY Chairman ELMER H. SAL MAN JEROME B. MIKESELL Auditing JOHN M. BENNETT Chairman WILLIAM H. R. MACDONALD JAMES H. SLATTERY Athletic EDWARD P. MADIGAN Chairman PAUL R. ERICKSON SIDNEY J. KARBEL Crease Paper BENJAMIN V. HALSTEAD Chairman LOUIS T. McMATH JAMES B. BOYLE BARTLETTE E. NUTTER DONALD M. DIXON Social JAMES J. W ' EADOCK Chairman JAMES E. DUFFY, JR. CHARLES M. HORTH Executive FRED L. HARLOCKER Chairman ELLEN L. NYLUND JOHN P. MIKESELL JAMES E. O ' NEILL ROBERT W. CONDER Page 48 Sf g 1927 LAW COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN JOHN M. BENNETT . . . Auditing Committee MENSO R. BOLT BENJAMIN B. HALSTEAD FRED L. HARLOCKER FREEMAN W. HASKINS EDWARD P. MADIGAN PHILIP O ' HANLOX ROBERT T. RINEAR BURTON B. SIBLEY LAURENT K. VARNUM JAMES J. WEADOCK JT JAMES D. WOLFE Class Day Committee Crease Paper Committee Executive Committee Cane Committee Athletic Committee Crease Dance Committee . Memorial Committee Cap and Gown Committee I limitation Committee Social Committee Picture Committee Page Q 2 -- 9$ 2 - c 5ffe o LlLLIE SCAMAHORNE CUMINGS HlLDNER 1927 EDUCATION OFFICERS EARL R. LILLIE MILDRED E. SCAMAHORNE MARY CUMINGS ERNEST G. HILDNER COMMITTEES Finance ERNEST G. HILDNER Chairman RUTH PRICE MAE KELLAR WALTER CLEMINSON WILLIAM ARNOLD Publicity THEODORE E. HORNBERGER Chairman JANET K. SINCLAIR VERA NORTH DOROTHY WORKMAN Social HENRY L. SELMEIR Chairman BARBARA ABBOTT CHARLOTTE MOORE GERTRUDE GULICK PAUL BOYTS President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer Program MARY CUMINGS Chairman MARGARET MARTEN CORNELIA WALKER WESLEY DARLING Memorial BERNICE CORNELL Chairman ALICE FELSKI MARGARET BUCK WILLIAM ARNOLD HARLOW TUBES Cap and Gown RONALD SHELTERS Chairman MARY H. ALLHOUSE MARGARET BAGLEY MARGARET LORD EDWARD GRIERSON Cane THEODORE BYSTROM Chairman EDWARD CHAMBERS RUSSEL DAVIS Pagf SO _ _ - BYSTROM CORNELL CtTMINGS HlLDNER HORNBERGER SELMEIER 1927 EDUCATION COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN THEODORE BYSTROM BERNICE CORNELL . MARY CUMINGS ERNEST G. HILDNER THEODORE R. HORNBERGER HARRY SELMEIER RONALD SHELTERS Cane Committee . Memorial Committee Program Committee Finance Committee Publicity Committee Social Committee Cap and Gotvn Committee ft _ $! $ -zg$fe TURNER ORLEMAN RII.EY LEE 1927 DENTISTRY OFFICERS ROBERT G. TURNER FRANK J. ORLEMAN WILLIAM H. RILEY . SHERWOOD R. LEE . Executive ROBERT G. TURNER Chairman FRANK J. ORLEMAN WILLIAM H. RILEY SHERWOOD R. LEE HENRY F. MOORE Sofia DAVID J. COLLON Chairman FOREST G. McGuiGAN ELMER E. ETTINGER ANDREW F. LEUENBERGER Auditing HENRY F. MOORE Chairman C. TYLER HOLMES CLARE M. CONGER G. E. MEADS Picture WILLIAM H. RJLEY Chairman RUDOLPH E. LARSON- HARRY A. TOPCIK WILLARD M. CAMPBELL COMMITTEES President Fice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Programs and Publicity STUART H. WARD Chairman ONEY R. MICKLOW M. DEAN TONNELIER LEE C. FOWLE Cap and Gown KENNETH D. NEWTON Chairman ROY E. HAWKINSON JOHN BIELAWSKI STANLEY L. SMITH Cane HARRIS L. WILSON Chairman JACOB R. VAN Loo E. W. ROYER JOHN P. VAN OSDOL Athletic MURRAY E. FEINBURG Chairman WALTER W. COLLINS ROBERT I. SEALBY WALDOMAR ROESER Memorial LEE C. FOWLE Chairman DUANE B. LURKINS VICTOR F. Ross CARL S. SULLIVAN 5t X .ft MURRAY E. FEINBERG Athletic Committee LEE C. FOWLE Memorial Committee HENRY F. MOORE Auditing Committee KENNETH D. NEWTON Cap and Gown Committee WILLIAM H. RILEY PicHire Committee STUART H. WARD . Programs and Publicity Committee HARRIS L. WILSON Cane Committee Z5f 1927 DENTISTRY COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN DAVID J. COLLON . Social Committee ( ji_fL :f D . -- t e - -c $ffc ff- M M Srlr OLIVER MEYER SCHUHOLZ MICHEL 1927 ARCHITECTURE OFFICERS LAWRENCE W. OLIVER EARL G. MEYER ROLAND K. SCHUHOLZ KENNETH A. MICHEL President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES Invitation and Announcement HERBERT P. WATTS Chairman ARTHUR J. ZIMMERMAN J. RUSSELL RADFORD Cane WALTER E. THULTN Chairman HAROLD F. NASER LAWRENCE A. GRAF Finance HERMAN A. TUCKER Chairman CLAYTON L. FOSTER ALBERT R. COOK Memorial PHILIP D. WEST Chairman D. F. THOMPSON HAROLD E. DINE r fe SACHEROFF YOUNG XOEL PELTIER 1927 PHARMACY OFFICERS DARWIN E. SACHEROFF HELEN R. YOUNG . HERBERT XOEL STANLEY PELTIER . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES Invitation FREELING M. TREVSDALE Chairman RAYMOND PATELSKI EDWARD A. NEHLSON Social CAROL A. WHITE Chairman GEORGE BURGESS EARL NORTON Cane SAUL COHN Chairman JOHN J. HOWBRIDGE Advisory THOMAS MILLS Chairman ALFRED LUDINGTON BLAINE SCHNALL Pn 55 _ - - c fe HuSTAD PERRING DOUBLEDAY TEPPERT 1927 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OFFICERS HUGO R. HUSTAD . RAYMOND T. PERRING DONALD B. DOUBLEDAY ALEXANDER TEPPERT . President Fice-President . Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES Executive MARION C. STONE Chairman FREDERICK M. PHELPS JOHN H. HUSSELMAN Invitation PAUL D. RICKMAN, Chairman GUY A. HEMINGER WILLIAM H. ROBINSON Social GEORGE L. HULL Chairman WILLARD E. SLATER DONALD D. McAoAM Cane EDWARD A. STEPHEN Chairman DONALD B. DOUBLEDAY ROBERT R. YOUNG PC fl Pag 56 Q r il r$e ASA GEORGE ABBOTT . . . . Detroit, Michigan Phi Gamma Delta; Barristers. EDWARD THOMAS ABELE . . . . . Saginaw, Michigan Kappa Phi Sigma; Michigan Daily (i). AGATHA LUCILLA ACKER Choral Union. CLARK JAYNO ADAMS Gamma Eta Gamma. FRANCES LOUISE ADAMS Cuyuna, Minnesota Pontiac, Michigan South Haven, Michigan Alpha Phi; Mu Phi Epsilon. ROBERT CARSON ADAMS, JR. Wheatland, Wyoming Sigma Chi. NATHAN S. ADLER Tau Epsilon Phi. Detroit, Michigan THELMA EDELLE AGNEW Ann Arbor, Michigan LL.B. BARBARA ANN ABBOTT . . . A.B. in Ed. Traverse City, M ichigan Sigma Kappa. RUSSELL WARD ABBOTT .... B.S. in Eng. Tecumseh, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega; A. S. C. E. A.B. HENRY JACOB ABRAMS .... B.S. in Eng. Ann Arbor, Michigan HERBERT THOMAS ABRAMS, JR. .... A.B. Orange, New Jersey Delta Tau Delta. THOMAS A. ACACIO ..... B.S. in C.E. Fintar, Philippine Islands Philippine-Michigan Club. R.N. . . LL.B. B.M. . A.B. A.B. . R.N. B.S. in Eng. MARIANO MALASIG AGRUDA Fintar, Philippine Islands American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Philippine- Michigan Club. Page 5 ? - c ffin X, ROBERT F. AHRENS Fredonia, New York A.B. EDGAR HOLT AILES .... . LL.B. Detroit, Michigan Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Delta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Order of the Coif; Michigan Daily (2, 3); Editor, Michi- gan Law Review (6); Quadrangle; Acolytes; Chairman, League of Nations ' Association (4, 5, 6). CARL EDWIN ALBRACHT ..... A.B. Erie, Pennsylvania Trigon; Assistant Manager Glee Club (3); University Symphony Orchestra. FRANKLIN C. ALBRIGHT . . . B.S. im Aero Eng. North Liberty, Indiana Craftsman Club. JUNE ALBRIGHT Scalpel Staff. Flint, Michigan LUCILE AUGUSTA ALDERTON Ann Arbor, Michigan Choral Union. R.N. A.B. in Ed. DOROTHY LUCILE ALDRICH Kalamazoo, Michigan Kappa Delta. LLOYD E. ALEXANDER ..... Detroit, Michigan Alpha Phi Alpha; Freshman Cross Country. SELMA B. ALEXANDER ....... New Bedford, Massachusetts Kappa Alpha Theta; Theta Sigma Phi; Press Club (4); Junior Girls ' Play. A.B. B.S. A.B. Ross LORRAINE ALLEN Phi Epsilon Kappa. DOROTHY GOULD ALLISON Newark, New Jersey B.S. in Ed. A.B. St. Johns, Michigan Senior Society; Junior Girls ' Play; Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; University Girls ' Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Fresh- man Pageant; Players ' Club. MARY H. ALLSHOUSE ... . B.S. in Ed. Irwin, Pennsylvania Senior Society, Secretary; Hockey; Basketball; Baseball; Rifle; W. A. A. Board (2), Secretary (4); Chairman Property Committee, Junior Girls ' Play. ALBERT J. ALTMAN Alpha Omega; Dental Society. RAPHAEL ALTMAN Phi Lambda Kappa. Page 59 Detroit, Michigan Detroit, Michigan D.D.S. A.B. $ ?- Zr3! p v HELEN KATHERINE ALTVATER . . . . R.N. Lansing, Michigan Class Secretary and Treasurer (i); Secretary and Treas- urer Student Council (2). ALE SVEN ALVING ... . . Iron Mountain, Michigan Alpha Kappa Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa. M.D. CAROL AMES . .... A.B. in Ed. Los Angeles, California Chi Omega. LELIA ELIZABETH AMONETT . El Paso, Texas A.B. in Ed. A.B. ARNOLD GLENN ANDERSON . Muskegon, Michigan Kappa Delta Rho; Adelphi (2, 3); S. C. A. Cabinet (2, 3); Vice-President (3); Glee Club (2, 3); Choral Union (2, 3). ALLYN J. ANDERSON Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B. EDNA SHARP ANDERSON . . . A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan ELIZABETH ANDERSON Junior Girls ' Play. Detroit, Michigan FLORENCE CATHERINE ANDERSON . Muskegon, Michigan A.B. A.B. MARGERY JOYCE ANDERSON . . . . A.B. in Ed. Wausau, Wisconsin Theta Phi Alpha; Black Quill. MAURICE MCGREGOR ANDERSON . . B.S. in Chem. Falconer, New York Web and Flange. AUBREY FRANKLIN ANDREWS . Escanaba, Michigan Delta Sigma Pi. CHARLES WILLIAM ANKLAM . Detroit, Michigan Zeta Psi. RICHARD CARLETON ANNIS . Cedar Springs, Michigan A.B. A.B. LL.B. Ji m Page to -- - C 5f -=gS%g -3 ROBERT DEE ANSPACH LL.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan HARRY EDOVARD ANTHONY B.S. in E.E. THELMA ANTON Betsy Barbour House. EDGAR C. APPOLD Lakezvood, Ohio Grand Rapids, Michigan Sebewaing, Michigan Lambda Chi Alpha; Baseball (i). A.B. B.S. in E.E. B.S. in Eng. JOHN A. ARDUSSI . . Saginaw, Michigan Triangles; Business Mgr. Michigan Technic; Varsity Band (i, 2, 3). WALLACE FRANCIS ARDUSSI . . B.S. in Ch. Eng. Saginaw, Michigan Michigan Daily (i, 2); Vice-President Saginaw Club (3); Varsity Band (3, 4); Social Committee, Senior Engineers. AROLINE CLARA ARMS . Redford, Michigan PHILA AVRIL ARMSTRONG . . Charlevoix, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta. A.B. in Ed. A.B. ANNA BURDSAL ARNOLD . .... A.B. Beloit, Wisconsin Pi Lambda Theta; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3, 4); Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Freshman Pageant; Junior Girls ' Play. H. KARL E. ARNOLD ...... A.B. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Phi Mu Delta. PAUL W. ARNOLD . . B.S. in M.E. Chautauqua, New York Delta Alpha Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans; Michigan Daily (i, 2, 3, 4.), Business Manager (4); Business Mana- ger Summer Michigan Daily. WILLIAM WILCOX ARNOLD .... A.B. in Ed. Ionia, Michigan Alpha Nu; Secretary (4); Men ' s Educational Club. THEODORA JUDITH ARONSTAM CARSON S. ATKINS Hermitage. Detroit, Michigan Vassar, Michigan B.S. in Ed. A.B. Page 61 -- g S-- FRANK WILLIAM ATKINSON, JR. . . B.S. in Arch. Detroit, Michigan Delta Chi; Quarterdeck; American Society Mechanical Engineers. GERALDINE KATHERINE AUBREY Ann Arbor, Michigan Kappa Delta. WALTER GEORGE AUER Cleveland, Ohio Alpha Sigma Phi; Michigan Union Opera (4) HELEN AUSTIN Pi Beta Phi. Midland, Michigan ALEX NORTHUP AVERY Port Huron, Michigan Beta Theta Pi. LYMAN B. W. AVERY Lawyers ' Club. Detroit, Michigan ELIZABETH COLVILLE BAGLEY Duluth, Minnesota Alpha Epsilon Iota. A.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. LL.B. M.D. MARGARET ADELINE BAGLEY .... 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Detroit, Michigan Alpha Epsilon Phi; Daily Staff (3); Women Editor Sum- mer Daily (4). MARGUERITE E. BROWN ... . A.B. in Ed. Charlevoix, Michigan HARRIET ARNOLD BRUCE DONALD RECKER BRUNS Clinton, New York Woodfiille, Ohio A.B. B.S. MARGARET ELLEN BUCK . . . A.B. in Ed. Toledo, Ohio Kappa Kappa Gamma; Cercle Francais; Junior Girls ' Play Committee. Page 71 $ 3! NELSON)JAMES BUDDE DANIEL HUDSON . Phi Lambda Kappa. Bay City, Michigan Detroit, Michigan A.B. in Ed. . M.D. A.B. in Ed. GENEVIEVE ELIZABETH BUELL . Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega; Pi Lambda Theta (4); Masques (2, 3, 4); Choral Union (2); Le Cercle Francais (2, 3, 4). J. LAWRENCE BUELL, JR. . . B.S. in M.E. Detroit, Michigan Theta Delta Chi; Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans; Triangles; Blue Key; Asst. Baseball Manager; Executive Council Union (3); Chairman Entertainment Committee Union (3); Opera (2, 3); Chairman Class Social Committee (3, 4). CATHERINE ALICE BUHRER B.S. in Music, A.B. Archbold, Ohio Chi Omega; Mu Phi Epsilon; Chr. 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Wayland, Michigan Business Administration Club; Craftsman ' s Club; Gun and Blade Club. ISABEL EDITH CALLAHAN . Hillsdale, Michigan A.B. in Ed. ALICE CALLENDER . . ... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Pi Beta Phi; Le Cercle Francais; Make-Up Committee Junior Girls ' Play; Choral Union (2, 3). WILLIAM ROBINSON CAMERON Marysville, Ohio Lawyers ' Club. LL.B. Page73 s S z Z $ - $e+ ELIZABETH EMOGENE CAMPBELL . . . A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega; Class Secretary (3); Pan Hellenic Ball Committee (4); Junior Girls ' Play; W. A. A. Board Member (3). PHEBE V. CAMPBELL ISA-use, Michigan WILLARD M. CAMPBELL .... Traverse City, Michigan Xi Psi Phi; Dental Society; Vice-President (2). . A.B. D.D.S. MEYER CANTOR Detroit, Michigan . A.B. ANNE BEULAH CAPLAN . . . . A.B. in Ed. Steubenville, Ohio Phi Sigma Sigma; Sociology Club. ERWIN BENJAMIN CARBECK .... B.S. in Eng. Ann Arbor, Michigan Web and Flange (4). RUTH M. CARL . . . . . 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Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Sigma Phi: Alpha Delta Sigma; Barristers; Michigan Daily (i, 2), Publications Manager (3); Summer Michigan Daily, Manager (4). HELEN E. CONRAD Brighton, Michigan Dental Hygiene RUSSELL WILLIAM CONROY . Battle Creek, Michigan Alpha Sigma Phi. A.B. ANNA MARIE COOKE ...... A.B. in Ed. Birmingham, Michigan Page 78 f ARTHUR R. COOK . . . . B.S. in A. Milan, Michigan Theta Kappa Nu; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Kappa Kappa Psi; Vice-President of Band (4); Band (i, 2, 3, 4); University Symphony Orchestra (2). WILLIAM F. COOK . . B.S. in M.E. Northport, Michigan Alpha Kappa Lambda; Summer Michigan Daily. CHARLES AUSTIN COOLIDGE III Cleveland, Ohio Sigma Phi; Union Committee (2, 3, 4). B.S. in A. FLORENCE WANDA COOPER . . . . A.B. Miami, Florida Alpha Gamma Delta; Michigan Daily (4); Sociology Club (3, 4), Secretary (4); Junior Girls ' Play Committee (3); Freshman Pageant; Pan Hellenic Ball Committee (4) HAROLD HENRY COOPER Business Club. Detroit, Michigan A.B. JOHN DONIELSON COOPER .... B.S. in Ed. Ann Arbor, Michigan Men ' s Educational Club, President. LILLIAN L. COOPER Junior Girls ' Play. Detroit, Michigan LLOYD EVERETT COOPER Grand Rapids, Michigan Theta Kappa Nu. B.S. in Ed. LL.B. A.B. in Ed. PERSIS MARGARET COPE Omaha, Nebraska Martha Cook Dormitory; Phi Beta Kappa (3); Freshman Pageant Committee; Junior Girls ' Play Committee; Y. W. C. A. (i, 2, 3, 4); Cosmopolitan Club (4); Phillips Scholarship (i, 2); Negro-Caucasian Club (3, 4). CALVIN H. COREY . . B.S. in Ch.E. Bliss field, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega; Baseball (i). HIBBERT DELL COREY . ..... A.B. Sarnia, Ontario Delta Sigma Phi; Asst. Basketball Manager (3). ENNIS HENDERSON CORLEY .... M.D. Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Beta Pi. BERENICE HARRIET CORNELL . . A.B. in Ed. Romeo, Michigan ELIZABETH JANE COSSITT . . . A.B. in Ed. Conneaut, Ohio Alpha Omicron Pi; Y..W. C. A. Cabinet; Kappa Phi; Junior Girls ' Play. Page 70 ft ! %g g 9 z r-?g ffif r MAYME BELLE COTTERMAN . Flint, Michigan WILLIAM DEAN COVENTRY Delta Upsilon; Nu Sigma Nu. MARIAN COY Duluth, Minnesota . R.N. A.B. . A.B. in Ed. Traverse City, Michigan Alpha Gamma Delta; Kappa Phi (i, 2); Choral Union (i, 2); Freshman Girls ' Glee Club (i); University Girls ' Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Junior Girls ' Play. ELISABETH SARAH COYNE Delta Omicron. LAURA ELISABETH CRAFT Detroit, Michigan A.B. in Ed. . A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega; Pi Lambda Theta; Junior Educational Class Vice-President (3); Masques (2, 3, 4), Treasurer (4); Junior Girls ' Play. IRENE EVELYN CRAMTON ...... A.B. Clinton, Michigan La Sociedad Hispanica; Le Cercle Francais; Kappa Phi. NANCY MAE CRANNA Gregory, Michigan MYRTLE IRENE CRASE ..... Dental Hygiene Ann Arbor, Michigan G. S.-CLYNE CRAWFORD . ... A.B. Cleveland, Ohio Class Vice-President (4); S. C. A. Cabinet (3, 4). HELEN G. CRAWFORD ... . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha; Le Cercle Francais; Junior Girls ' Play (2). KARL RIGLEY CRAWFORD ..... A.B. Owosso, Michigan Delta Chi; Delta Sigma Rho; Blue Key; Michigan Union; Chairman Rooms Committee (2); Chairman Reception Committee (3); Adelphi; Central League Debate, (4). ILLIAM BLACKWOOD CRAWFORD Detroit, Michigan Delta Phi; Michiganensian (3, 4). FORREST S. CROCKER Phi Kappa Psi. JOHN DEWEY CROGAN Denver, Colorado Toledo, Ohio A.B. A.B. LL.B. Page So - c fe MORRIE CROLL . Alpha Omega; Dental Society. Windsor, Canada D.D.S. STANLEY EDWARD CRONWALL . . A.B. Oak Park, Illinois Zeta Psi. E. McLAY CROSBY . . . D.D.S. Highgate, Canada Psi Omega; Dental Society; Treasurer Dental Society (4); Craftsman Club (3). FERN TOWNSEND CROSBY . ... B.S. Pontiac, Michigan Kappa Delta; Kappa Phi. FLORENCE LYDIA CROSS ... . A.B. in Ed. Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Gamma Mu; Kappa Phi; Women ' s Educational Club; Westerners ' Club. FOSTER LAMONT CROSS .... B.S. in M.E. Ann Arbor, Michigan JOHN RUSSELL CROWE . Phi Kappa Sigma. EMILY Ross CROWELL Delta Gamma. WILLIAM PAUL CROXTON Beta Theta Pi. FRED C. CULVER Alpha Tau Omega. FLORENCE CUMINGS . Junior Girls ' Play. MARY DELIGHT CUMINGS Chicago, Illinois Detroit, Michigan Angola, Indiana Williamston, Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B. A.B. A.B. LL.B. A.B. in Ed. . A.B. in Ed. Caro, Michigan Sigma Kappa; Mu Phi Epsilon; Secretary of Senior Education Class; Junior Girls ' Play; Advisory Com- mittee. JACK P. CUMMINGS Lambda Chi Alpha. Detroit, Michigan B.S. in Eng. A.B. DOROTHY LORRAINE CURRIE Bradford, Pennsylvania Wyvern; Women ' s League, Board of Directors (3, 4), Treasurer (3), Social Committee (3); Junior Girls ' Play Committee; Freshman Pageant. Page Si S r- +$es Pg WILLBUR NYE CURTIS .... B.S. in M.E. Battle Creek, Michigan Tau Beta Pi; American Society Mechanical Engineers. ZENON GEORGE CZAJA . FRANCIS HENRY DAFT Phi Kappa. LESLIE TEATS DANGY . Phi Mu Delta. Detroit, Michigan Peru, Illinois Pontiac, Michigan GEORGE DONALD DANDO Hartford City, Indiana Beta Theta Pi. PERCY OWEN DANFORTH Washington, D. C. A.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. B.S. in A. A.B. MARION DANIEL ..... Miami, Florida Delta Zeta; Michigan Daily (3, 4); Choral Union (2); Freshman Pageant; Chairman Costume Committee, Junior Girls ' Play. GEORGE IRWIN DANIELS Delta Chi. MARION DANKERS D etroit, Michigan A.B. A.B. Mt. Clemens, Michigan Black Quill (2); Board of Representatives Womens ' League (2); Junior Girls ' Play (3). WESLEY CHESTER DARLING Mt. Clemens, Michigan HOWARD LEVINE DAVIDSON . Palmer, Michigan Phi Sigma Delta; Gargoyle (i, 2). LESTER C. DAVIDSON Phi Sigma Delta. ROSCOE A. DAVIDSON Sioux City, Iowa B.S. in Ed. . A.B. . A.B. B.S. in C.E. Warren, Pennsylvania Triangle; Web and Flange. VALENTINE L. DAVIES ....... New York, New York Michigan Daily (i, 2, 3); Michigan Chimes (4); President Comedy Club (4), Comedy Club (i, 2, 3, 4); Mimes (2, 3, 4); Co-author " Tambourine " ; " Toasted Rolls " (3); Opera Committee (2). A.B. Page 82 a O s=SSS b - $fg DAVID B. DAVIS . Theta Kappa Psi. Grand Rapids, Michigan M.D. A.B. in Ed. KATHLEEN MAUDE DAVIS . Ann Arbor, Michigan Women ' s Educational Club, Secretary; Choral Union; Le Cercle Francais; La Sociedad Hispanica; Kappa Phi. ROGER BARTO DAVIS Painesville, Ohio A.B. RUSSELL WARNER DAVIS . . B.S. in Ph. Ed. Flint, Michigan Phi Kappa Tau; Baseball (i, 2, 3, 4); Basketball (i, 2, 3, 4)- SARITA ISABEL DAVIS . ... A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Wyvern; Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); Freshman Pageant; Junior Girls ' Play Committee; Negro-Caucasian Club; Leader- ship Commission (i, 2); Cosmopolitan Club; Kappa Phi (i, 2, 3, 4). RUTH VIRGINIA DAVY Alpha Chi Omega. DOROTHY DAY . Kappa Kappa Gamma. JAMES W. DAY Evart, Michigan Detroit, Michigan A.B. A.B. in Ed. A.B. Indianapolis, Indiana Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Druids; Blue Key; Chimes; Michigan Union Opera. WILLIAM RUFUS DAY . . B.S. in Ch. Eng. Cleveland, Ohio Delta Chi; Tau Beta Pi; Triangles; Varsity Basketball Manager. MYRA Lu DEACON Kappa Alpha Theta. IVY MAY DEAN Lansing, Michigan Flint, Michigan A.B. R.X. A.B. LEDLIE ALLEN DE Bow Kalamaioo, Michigan Delta Sigma Rho; Student Press Club (4); Players ' Club (4). MARJORIE MARY DECKER ..... B.S. in Ed. Flint, Michigan Board oi Representatives, Women ' s League; Junior Girls ' Plav. WALTER EUGENE DECKER . Grand Rapids, Michigan Gargoyle (i, 2, 3); Michigan Union Opera (3). A.B. - F s. Page 83 Z $$ ZT - C $r JIMMIE CART DnCou Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B. in Ed. ALBERT G. DE GRAFF . . . B.S. in C.E. Grand Rapids, Michigan American Society Chemical Engineers. MARGUERITE PAULINE DEHN Say City, Michigan JACK C. DEIBEL . Alpha Sigma Phi. STANLEY JACOB DEITRICK . Delta Chi. JAMES DE!VIEP . Youngstown, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Grand Haven, Michigan GAILLARD W. DELL Sand Lake, Michigan R.N. A.B. B.S. in A.E. B.S. in E.E. B.S. in C.E. JOHN STANTON DENTON ...... A.B. Houghton, Michigan Chi Psi; Sphinx; Blue Key; Michigamua; Manager Foot- ball (4). JAMES REYNOLDS DE PUY . B.S. in M.E. Oak Park, Illinois Theta Delta Chi; Triangles; Vulcans; Daily Business Staff (i, 2), Assistant (3); Reserve Football; Track (4); Class Day Committee; Secretary University Repub- lican Club (4); Chairman Absentee Ballot Committee (4); Cabinet Student Christian Association (3); American Society of Mechanical Engineers. HENRY B. DESENBERG . Phi Sigma Delta. JOHN R. DETHMERS . Delta Theta Phi. ROBERT THOMPSON DEVORE Mexia, Texas Sheldon, Iowa A.B. LL.B. Toledo, Ohio Psi Upsilon; Sphinx (3); Druids (4); Michigan Daily (2, 3), Night Editor Daily (3). A.B. A.B. CHRISTINE AGNES DEWAR . Grand Rapids, Michigan Delta Gamma; Junior Girls ' Play (3); Women ' s League; Bazaar Committee (3); House Organization Committee (4)- R. SYDNEY DEWEY ... ... A.B. Monroe, Michigan M. Club; Football (2, 3, 4); Chairman Athletic Com- mittee. - - - Sf KATHRYN RUTH DIAMOND Detroit, Michigan WILLIAM JAMES DIBBLE Batavia, New York Delta Sigma Phi; Gargoyle. HUGH C. DICKEN Alpha Chi Rho. HELEN DICKENS JOHN RICHARD DICKEY Sigma Chi. East Jordan, Michigan A.B. in Ed. A.B. A.B. . Dental Hygiene Houghton, Michigan Cleveland, Ohio LAWRENCE DWIGHT DICKEY . Marshall, Michigan Delta Phi. NELLIE HARRIET DICKINSON .... Sterling, Colorado Alpha Omicron Pi; Girls ' Glee Club (4). SAMUEL RAYMOND Di FRANCESCO Expedit, Pennsylvania Alpha Phi Delta. ERREMA GAE DILLON Flint, Michigan A.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. STANLEY ELLWOOD DIMOND Aurora, Illinois Sigma Phi Epsilon; Alpha Nu; Oratorical Association Board. KENNETH EARL DIVEN . Men ' s Educational Club. Penn Yan, New York DONALD MC!NTOSH DIXON Detroit, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega. WESLEY JOSEPH DODGE Buffalo, New York Scalp and Blade; Union Opera (3). A.B. LL.B. B.S. in C.E. A.B. in Ed. EDITH HOPE DOMBEY Lakezuood, Ohio Alpha Gamma Delta; La Sociedad Hispanica; Sociology Club; Education Club; Junior Girls ' Play Committee; Y. W. C. A. Committee; Board of Representatives; Women ' s League Bazaar. -iJT W HARRIET DONALDSON . . . . A.B. Los Angeles, California Martha Cook Building; Wyvern; Senior Society; Junior Girls ' Play; W. A. A. Board (i, 2); Archery Manager (i); Baseball Manager (2); Hockey (i, 2, 3); Basketball (2); Glee Club (i, 2); Baseball (i, 2). JOSEPHINE G. DONLAN ...... A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan WILLIAM LUTHER DONMOYER . . . A.B. Lebanon, Pennsylvania Alpha Tau Omega. ETRURIA IVERNIA DOSTER ..... B.S. in Ed. Ann Arbor, Michigan Senior Society; Hockey (2, 3); Basketball (2); Rifle (3); Class Athletics, Hockey (i, 2, 3, 4); Basketball (2, 3); Baseball (i, 2, 3); Junior Girls ' Play; Physical Education Club (2, 3). ROGER D. DOTEN ...... LL.B. Albion, Nebraska Pi Kappa Alpha; Gamma Eta Gamma; Barristers; Crease Dance Committee. E. WILLIAM DOTY . . . . A.B. in Ed. Marshall, Michigan RALPH JUDSON DOTY . . . B.S. in E.E. Ann Arbor, Michigan Varsity Wrestling (i, 2). DONALD BRUNDAGE DOUBLEDAY . . . M.B.A. Kalamazoo, Michigan Business Administration Club (4, 5); Michigan Daily (3); Business Mgr. Frosh Handbook (4); Secretary of Business Administration Class (5); S. C. A. Cabinet (4, 5). PHILIP Dow . . . B.S. Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. MARY BOVAIRD DOWNS .... B.S. and Nursing Bradford, Pennsylvania Scalpel Staff (5); Nurses ' Class President (4); Hockey Varsity (2); Women ' s League, Board of Directors (2, 3); Le Cercle Francais (i); Honor Student (4). SYDNEY R. DREBIN ...... LL.B. Big Rapids, Michigan Tau Delta Phi. EARL A. DRECHSLER . . ... A.B. Oak Park, Illinois Zeta Psi. MYRA FINSTERWALD DREIFUS . . B.S. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Wyvern (3); Senior Society (4); Mortarboard (4); Treasurer W. A. A. (2), President (3); President Senior Society (4); Hockey Varsity (2, 3, 4); Basketball (2, 3. 4); Baseball (2, 3, 4); Chorus Junior Girls ' Play. MILDRED GERTRUDE DRESCHER . . . . A.B. in Ed. West Olive, Michigan Pi Lambda Theta; Education Club; Kappa Phi; Hin- dustani and Cosmopolitan Clubs. Page 86 - r % s FAUSTINA DRESSER Litchfield, Michigan RUTH LUCILLE DRIVER Kalamazoo, Michigan Kappa Delta; Junior Girls ' Play. EDNA LEE DUDD .... Midland, Michigan Editor " Scalpel " (4), Advertising Manager (3). A.B. in Ed. A.B. R.N. HAROLD WILDER DUDLEY . ... A.B. Pontiac, Michigan Phi Mu Delta; Delta Theta Phi; Michigan Union Opera (2, 3)- JAMES EUGENE DUFFY, JR. Bay City, Michigan Chi Psi; Barristers; Law Review. MILDRED DOLLIS DUNCAN . Ludington, Michigan DONALD B. DUNHAM . Alpha Sigma Phi; Triangles. HOMER E. DUNLAP Pi Kappa Alpha. ETHEL PRESCOTT DUNN Detroit, Michigan Youngstown, Ohio Hastings, New York LL.B. R.X. B.S. in Eng. A.B. A.B. in Ed. A.B. MARY-LOUISE DUNNEBACKE Lansing, Michigan Betsy Barbour House; Point System Committee (4); Junior Girls ' Play (3). FRANCES ALIDA DUNNEWIND . . . B.S. in Ed. Grand Rapids, Michigan Alpha Phi; Basketball (3, 4); Hockey (3, 4); Baseball (3, 4); Rifle (3); Vice-President W. A. A.; Junior Girls ' Play. DONALD WILLIS DUNNING . ... A.B. Charlotte, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi; Union Recorder (2); Michigan Union Reception Committee (2). MAX LEO DURFEE Phi Beta Pi. GERALD OSCAR DYKSTRA Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B. A.B. Allegan, Michigan Adelphi; Extemporaneous Contest. Delta Sigma Rho. . Page 87 jfcr- gffc - , ' j? O X PAUL MERCER EBERHART . Sigma Nu; Press Club. ANDREWS DAVID EDWARDS Ashland, Ohio A.B. A.B. Detroit, Michigan HELEN LORENE EDWARDS ..... A.B. Peru, Indiana Phi Beta Kappa; Senior Society; Black Quill, Treasurer (2), Secretary (3); Junior Girls ' Play; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3). WILLIAM JOHN EGGENBERGER Lansing, Michigan LL.B. MARGARET ESTHER EGGERT . . . A.B. in Ed. St. Joseph, Michigan RALPH BURLIN EHLERS ..... B.S. in C.E. West Alexandria, Ohio Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Student Member of American Society of Civil Engineers; Vulcans; Triangles; Varsity Glee Club; Class President (4). FRED FOLTZ EICHHORN Beta Theta Pi. NORMAN J. EICK . HERBERT M. EIGES . Tau Delta Phi. MARGARET RUTH EIRICH Bluffton, Indiana Wilson, New York ' Elmira, New York LL.B. M.D. LL.B. A.B. Toledo, Ohio Alpha Xi Delta; Masques; Comedy Club, Secretary (4); Le Cercle Francais; Junior Girls ' Play. FRANCES E. ELLIOTT . . . A.B. in Ed. Fennville, Michigan SCHUYLER B. ELLIOTT . . . B.S. in Mar.E. Cleveland, Ohio Theta Kappa Nu; Quarterdeck; Michigan Daily (i); Cleveland Club (i, 2). MARION A. ELLIS Delta Sigma Pi. SETH HARRISON ELY Kalamazoo, Michigan Dover, New Jersey A.B. B.S. in A. Page 88 SL PC - Z! W X F LORENCE ALTON EMERY LEWIS N. EMPSON Phi Kappa Tau. Portland, Michigan Gladstone, Michigan B.S. A.B. A.B. CHARLES DANIEL ENDRES ..... Poland, Ohio Michiganensian (i, 2, 3), Photographic Editor (2, Treasurer of Youngstown-Michigan Club (3, 4). FRANK ALLAN EN EARL . . . B.S. in E. Ann Arbor, Michigan Tau Beta Pi; American Society of Civil Engineers (4). RAYMOND ORR EN EARL ..... B.S. in M.E. Ann Arbor, Michigan Tau Beta Pi; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ALBERT GEORGE ENGELBACH Johnstown, Pennsylvania Theta Kappa Psi. J. T. ENGLE Ann Arbor, Michigan Craftsman (3, 4); Varsity Band (2, 3). PAUL RANDOLPH ERICKSON FRED K. ESHLEMAN Pi Kappa Phi. Lakeivood, Ohio Ludington, Michigan M.D. LL.B. LL.B. A.B. J. LESTER ESSENBURG .... B.S. in A.E. Holland, Michigan ELMER E. ETTINGER . Phi Sigma; Dental Society. ALEX K. EUGENE Lima, Ohio Detroit, Michigan ARTHUR LEWIS EVELY ..... Pontiac, Michigan Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Manager Baseball (4). D.D.S. B.S. in A. A.B. LOREN DANIEL EWEN . . B.S. in C.E. Carrington, North Dakota Alpha Chi Rho; Vulcan; Web and Flange. _- _ P, _.__ ! . - x !$ $ 3!fe+ ' GEORGE ALTEN FARQUHAR . Monongahela, Pennsylvania Trigon. A.B. RAY NELSON FAULKNER Phi Mu Alpha. MURRAY E. FEINBURG A.B. in L. Design Charlevoix, Michigan D.D.S. Albany, New York Alpha Omega; Dental Society; Chairman Athletic Com- mittee (4). ALICE LORETTA FELSKE . . B.S. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha; W. A. A. Board; Baseball Manager (3, 4)- STEWART DONALD FENNER . Port Huron, Michigan Phi Delta Theta. WALTER ALFRED FENSTERMACHER . Three Rivers, Michigan Phi Beta Pi; Galens; President Class (2). FRANCIS R. FERGUSON Rochester, Michigan BEATRICE M. FERRIBY . Cro swell, Michigan GEORGE FRANCIS FERRIS Gamma Eta Gamma. HELEN MAE FEWTRELL Utica, New York Wyandotte, Michigan Adelia Cheever House; Kappa Phi; Y. W. C. A. LUCILLE K. FIEGEL Ann Arbor, Michigan . A.B. . M.D. . D.D.S. R.N. . LL.B. A.B. in Ed. A.B. IRENE REBECCA FIELD . . . . B.S. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Kappa Kappa Gamma; Pi Lambda Theta; Wyvern; Mortarboard, President; Hockey (i, 2, 3, 4); Basketball (i, 2, 3, 4); Baseball (i, 2); Women ' s Athletic Board (2, 3, 4); Chairman Junior Girl ' s Play. CECELIA LEE FINE Pontiac, Michigan Sigma Alpha Iota; Athena. A.B. JOSEPH JAY FINEMAN ... . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Omega; Chairman Welfare Committee of Dentist- ry (5). Pagt QO - r- jfeS r-=gS% MAX FINKLEMAN . ... A.B., LL.B. Middletoivn, Ohio Fletcher Hall Club; All-Campus Singles Winner (3); Case Club; Tennis Squad (2, 3, 4); Freshman Glee Club; Choral Union (2, 3); All-Campus Doubles Winner (2). LEONARD F. FINKLER . . . B.S. in C.E. Coopersville, Michigan Phi Kappa; Triangles; Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans; Web and Flange; American Society of Civil Engineers; Gargoyle (2, 3, 4); Vice-President Junior Class; Secretary, Senior Class. GERALD F. FINLEY . . . . Faribault, Minnesota Delta Tau Delta; Phi Alpha Delta. LL.B. FRANK STEVENS FIORDELIS . . . B.S. in Med. Detro it, Michigan Alpha Phi Delta; II Circulo Italiano. SAMUEL FIRESTONE .... Detroit, Michigan American Institute of Electrical Engineers. GEORGE WILLIAM FISHEL Indianapolis, Indiana LAWRENCE ELBERT FISHER Varsity Band. Ann Arbor, Michigan B.S. in E.E. A.B. B.S. in E.E. RICHARD RAY FISHER . ' . . A.B. Columbia City, Indiana Michigan Daily (i); Varsity Band (i, 2, 3, 4). RUSSELL ARDEN FISHER ...... A.B. Ludington, Michigan Alpha Kappa Lambda; Henry D. Strong Scholarship (3, 4)- GEORGE FARRINGTON FISKE ... . A.B. Sherborn, Massachusetts Sigma Phi; Michigan Daily (i). MARGARET B. FITCH ..... . A.B. Dallas ,Texas Gamma Phi Beta; Freshman Pageant. MADALINE MARIE FITZGERALD . . . A.B. in Ed. Oberlin, Ohio Phi Gamma Mu. RUSSELL C. FITZGERALD . .... A.B. Muskegon, Michigan Adelphi; Football (i); Basketball (i). CHESTER KENNETH FLAGG . . . B.S. in Ch.E. Highland Park, Michigan V I Page 01 e ffi - gass i MILDRED KATHLEEN FLANAGAN . . A.B. in Ed. Orleans, Michigan AUSTIN FLEMING . Phi Beta Kappa; Lawyers Club. ALBERT OTIS FLINDT Flint, Michigan A.B. B.S. in Eng. Springfield, Ohio Class Speedball (i, 2); Class Basketball (l, 2, 3, 4); Class Baseball (i, 2, 3, 4). MARY KATHERINE FLINTERMANN A.B. Collegiate Sorosis. Detroit, Michigan WILLIAM ROBERT FLORA . . . B.S. in Med. Muskegon, Michigan Alpha Sigma Phi; Phi Rho Sigma; Varsity Football (2, 3, 4); President Medical Class (i). FRANCES MARY FLORER Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Phi; Kappa Beta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa. AILEEN KAY FOLEY Junior Girls ' Play. PEARL E. FOLTZ Kappa Beta Pi. St. Paul, Minnesota St. Joseph, Michigan LL.B. A.B. LL.B. B.S. ANDREW WATT FORBES .... Ann Arbor, Michigan Freshman Cross Country; Track (i); Glee Club (i, 2); Choral Union (i, 2, 3); Cosmopolitan Club; Craftsman Club. DORIS DELIGHT FORD . . . . Ann Arbor, Michigan Women ' s Educational Club. MAHLON LEROY FOREMAN . Bellefonte, Pennsylvania JAMES BENNOCH FORMAN Alpena, Michigan DELIA FORREST . . . Cleveland, Ohio Board of Representatives (3, 4). ALICE CHARLOTTE FORTIER .... Detroit, Michigan Delta Zeta; Pan-Hellenic Delegate (3); University Girls ' Glee Club (3,4); Kappa Phi; Michigan League of Women Voters (3, 4); Junior Girls ' Play. A.B. in Ed. B.S. in E.E. . A.B. A.B. in Ed. A.B. in Ed. t r ffi MATTHEW GALBRAITH FORREST . . . B.S. in Nav. A. Sow r Orange, New Jersey Quarterdeck. CLAYTON LOT FOSTER . Detroit, Michigan B.S. in A. FLORENCE MAE FOSTER ... . B.S. in Ed. Neu ' berry, Michigan Delta Delta Delta; Hockey (i, 2, 3, 4); Basketball (2, 3, 4); Baseball (i, 2, 3, 4); Glee Club (i, 2, 4); Choral Union (4); Rifle (3); Junior Girls ' Play; Freshman Pageant. JAMES CLINTON FOSTER Delta Theta Phi. RUTH MITCHELL FOSTER Nezvberry, Michigan Traverse City, Michigan LL.B. A.B. D.D.S. LEE C. FOWLE . ... Dozvagiac, Michigan Xi Psi Phi; Dental Society; Class Treasurer (2); J-Hop Committee; Chairman Memorial Committee (4). HELEN ANTOINETTE FOWLER Pontiac, Michigan Le Cercle Francais; La Sociedad Hispanica. h DOROTHY HORTENSE Fox . Saginatv, Michigan Kappa Delta. EDWIN SHEPHERD Fox Quarterdeck. Kalamazoo, Michigan A.B. A.B. B.S. in C.E. A.B. VIRGINIA ALICE Fox . Grand Rapids, Michigan Kappa Alpha Theta; Class Vice-President (4); Junior Girls ' Play. FRANCIS BRUCE FRALICK ...... M.D. Greenville, Michigan Phi Chi; Treasurer Medical Class (3); Varsity Band (i). MARGARET LOUISE FRANK . Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Gamma Delta. WILLIAM H. FRANK Kappa Nu. Buffalo, New York MARJORIE ALICE FRANKLIN A.B. B.S. in Eng. R.N Chicago, Illinois o -x- c 3! ' i? 5C JOHN CHURCHILL FRASER . Detroit, Michigan A.B. NORMAN FREEHLING ... . A.B. Chicago, Ill inois Zeta Beta Tau; Michigan Daily (i, 2). ERNESTINE ROSALIND FREEMARK . Gardener, Illinois Kappa Delta. CARL JACOB FREIWALD . Detroit, Michigan PAUL W. FRESHWATERS . South Haven, Michigan Alpha Kappa Lambda; Dental Society. FLORENCE MARY FRIBLEY . Phi Gamma Mu. Hancock, Michigan JEROME JAY FRIEDMAN Ridgtvay, Pennsylvania Adelphi (2, 3, 4). A.B. B.S. in A. D.D.S. A.B. in Ed. A.B. MICHAEL WALTER FRIEDMAN . . . B.S. in Ch.E. Detroit, Michigan Michigan Technic. NINA BEATRICE FRIEDMAN . . . A.B. in Ed. Highland Park, Michigan RADCLIFFE BERWICK FULTON . ... LL.B. Lansing, Michigan Phi Alpha Delta; Delta Sigma Rho; Varsity Debate. ALFRED CHARLES FUNKE PHILIP JONAS FUNKE Detroit, Michigan Detroit, Michigan ALICE MAGDELINE FURLONG Newaygo, Michigan Vice-President Student Council (3). HUGH M. GALBRAITH . Alpha Tau Omega. Webberville, Michigan A.B. B.S. in A. R.N. M.D. - g- fflf GEORGE JACKSON GALE Phi Delta Theta. Nashville, Tennessee EDWARD ELLSWORTH GAMPHER Elkhart, Indiana Delta Sigma Phi. WILMA V. GANZ . Alpha Epsilon Phi. Weehawken, New Jersey LENORE DOUVILLE GARDNER Ann Arbor, Michigan Chi Omega. LL.B. A.B. B.A. A.B. MARGARET NANCY GARDNER . . . A.B. in Ed. Os coda, Michigan M. WILSON GASPER . . M.D. and B.S. Geneva, New York Sigma Chi; Theta Kappa Psi; Galens; Class Treasurer (2)- D. C. GATES Ann Arbor, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon; Adelphi. A.B. MAXINE ELIZABETH GEDDES . . . A.B. Shreveport, Louisiana Chi Omega; Freshman Glee Ctub; Junior Girls ' Play. HERSCH ABRAHAM GEISER New York, New York ABRAHAM GERMANSKY Paterson, New Jersey HARRY LEWIS GERVAIS Detroit, Michigan Sigma Delta Kappa; Delta Sigma Rho. A.B. LL.B. A.B. D.D.S. EDWARD C. GIFFORD Coldwater, Michigan Alpha Epsilon Mu; Kappa Kappa Psi; Dental Society; Varsity Band (2, 3, 4). WILLIAM BLISS GILES . . . . LL.B. Bliss field, Michigan Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Law Review; Druids; Baseball (2, 3, 4); Western Conference Medal (4); Athletic Scholarship Prize (4). JAMES TOTMAN GILLESPIE . . . B.S. in Ed. Erie, Pennsylvania Pi Kappa Phi. a 2 $! r- c S g fe c MARQUITA M. GILLET Kappa Phi. Ann Arbor, Michigan VIRGINIA ROBERTSON GILLETTE . Battle Creek, Michigan Delta Zeta. HENRY A. GIRARDIN Dental Society. MYER GIVELBER Ann Arbor, Michigan Cleveland, Ohio A.B. in Ed. A.B. in Ed. D.D.S. A.B. A.B. FREDERIC SAMUEL GLOVER, JR. Grosse lie, Michigan Chi Psi; Phi Beta Kappa; Michigamua; Sphinx; Michi- ganensian (2, 3); Golf Team (2, 3), Captain (4); Student Council (4); Board in Control of Student Publications (4)- NATHAN ARTHUR GLUCKMAN Brooklyn, New York LL.B. B.S. EDWIN NEWELL GODDARD .... Kalamazoo, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon; Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Freshman Football (i), Reserves (2); Glee Club (3, 4). GEORGE EUGENE GOLDBERG ...... A.B. Chicago, Illinois Tau Delta Phi; Gargoyle (i); Michigan Union Opera (i). STUART JACOB GOLDBERG . Buffalo, New York Zeta Beta Tau. BENJAMIN JOSEPH GOLDMAN Toledo, Ohio BERNARD LEONARD GOLDMAN . . ' . Cleveland, Ohio Tau Epsilon Phi. JULIAN NATHAN GOLDMAN ... Buffalo, New York Fletcher Hall; Business Administration Club; Secretary Class (2, 3); Freshman Glee Club; Intramural Dept. (i, 2, 3, 4), Manager (4). JOSEPH D. GOLDSMITH .... Detroit, Michigan Sigma Alpha Mu; Tennis (2, 4). LL.B. LL.B. A.B. A.B. EPHRAIM Roos GOMBERG Delta Sigma Rho. Duluth, Minnesota A.B. A.B. Page 06 $ - sg - RALPH W. GOODALL ..... . LL.B. Dearborn, Michigan Pi Kappa Phi; Gamma Eta Gamma; Adelphi House of Representatives. MARGUERITE JULIA GOODMAN Schnectady, New York Sigma Delta Phi; Masques; Comedy Club. NORMA GOODMAN Alpha Epsilon Phi. Jersey City, New Jersey ELIZABETH CLARA GOODRICH Bowling Green, Florida JOHN EMERY GOODRICH .... Ann Arbor, Michigan American Society of Civil Engineers; Donovan Scholar. EMMA LOUISE GOODWILLIE . Ann Arbor, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha; Michiganensian (3). A.B. A.B. . R.N. B.S. in C.E. HARRY S. GORELICK Detroit, Michigan A.B. A.B. JOHN ELLIS GORMLEY . . . B.S. in C.E. Carthage, New York American Society of Civil Engineers. ALICE MARGARET GOUDY ...... A.B. Avenmore, Pennsylvania Sigma Kappa; Athena (i), Treasurer (2); Board of Representatives Women ' s League; Finance Committee (2, 3)- HUBERT WILLIAM GOULDTHORPE . . B.S. in M.E. Waterport, New York Kappa Delta Rho; Tau Beta Pi; Michigan Technic. LAWRENCE A. GRAF Jackson, Michigan ESTHER HILLIAR GRAHAM Grand Rapids, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta; Junior Girls ' Play. B.S. in A. A.B. LUCILE GRAHAM . . . ... B.M. Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Omicron; Symphonic League, President; Bulletin; Matinee Musicale. MAJESSA MELVINA GRAHAM . . A.B. in Ed. Detroil, Michigan Page 07 ?F- x $ - Zr3!fc _ , p I WILLIAM FRANKLIN GRAHAM .... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Phi Kappa Psi; Blue Key; Sphinx; Michigamua; Michi- ganensian (2, 3, 4); Assistant Manager Basketball; Treasurer Interfraternity Council; Business Manager Michiganensian (4). ANN GRANDY Detroit, Michigan ANTON FRANK GRASSL .... Menominee, Michigan NELLE R. GRATTON . . . Detroit, Michigan Alpha Omicron Pi; Athena (3, 4); Sociology Club (4); Board of Representatives Woman ' s League (3); Treasurer Athena (4); Make-Up Committee Junior Girls ' Play (3). A.B. A.B. A.B. WILLIAM HEAD GRAY Alpha Tau Omega. EDITH MAY GREEN Palmyra, Missouri Dundee, Michigan HOWARD B. GREEN .... Saginaw, Michigan Dental Society; Craftsman Club. MANNING SAMUEL GREEN Detroit, Michigan MARGARET HELEN GREENE Birmingham, Michigan University Girls ' Glee Club. MARIAN ELEANOR GREENE WALTER C. GREENE Delta Sigma Phi. MARY GREENSHIELDS . Alpha Omicron Pi. Painesville, Ohio Goshen, Indiana Romeo, Michigan . A.B. . R.N. . D.D.S. . A.B. A.B. in Ed. . A.B. . A.B. A.B. in Ed. B.S. in E. CHESTER ANDREW GREILING Detroit, Michigan Triangle; Web and Flange; Wrestling (3, 4); Vice- President Engineering Class. EDWARD WILLIAM GRIERSON Men ' s Educational Club (i). Calumet, Michigan A.B. in Ed. 15 21 fc g MARGARET MARY GRIEVE .... Chicago, Illinois Theta Phi Alpha; Junior Girls ' Play. A.B. in Ed- A.B. CATHERINE SIGMAN GRIFFITHS Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega; Summer Daily; Junior Girls ' Play; Junior Girls ' Play Committee; Press Club; Republican Club; Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; University Girls ' Glee Club. CATHERINE E. GRINDLEY Pi Beta Phi. W. EVERETT GRINNELL Detroit, Michigan Detroit, Michigan . A.B. . A.B. A.B. in Ed. LUCILLE G. GROFF Grand Rapids, Michigan Delta Delta Delta; Pi Lambda Theta; Junior Girls ' Play. MARY Lois GUDAKUNST . . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Chi Omega; Sigma Delta Phi; Comedy Club; Masques; Junior Girls ' Play. ELWOOD D. GUERNSEY . . . B.S. in E.E. Ogden, Utah Triangles; Tau Beta Pi; Union Opera (2). EDWIN GUEST . Lawyers ' Club. Detroit, Michigan JAMES McCLURG GUFFEY McKeesport, Pennsylvania WILLIAM FINNEY GUFFEY . McKeesport, Pennsylv ania GERTRUDE BALMER GULICK . Danville, Pennsylvania Pi Beta Phi; Hockey (2). PHYLLIS MARIE GULICK Pontiac, Michigan HENRIETTE MARIE GUNDLOCH Houghton, Michigan . LL.B. . A.B. . A.B. A.B. in Ed. A.B. in Ed. . A.B. A.B. EUGENE HENRI GUTEKUNST Gotvanda, New York Delta Sigma Phi; Sigma Delta Chi; Michigan Daily (i, 2, 3), Chairman Editorial Board, Summer Daily (3), Editor Athletic Program (2); Chimes (4); President Student Press Club; Class Committee (2, 3). Page oo j - " caggS - S? o B.RsSfc3$ MAC M. GUTTMAN A.B. Omaha, Nebraska Tau Delta Phi; Michigan Daily Business (Manager) (i); Gargoyle Business (Manager) (2); Service Manager (3); Freshman Glee Club. ERWIN HERMAN HAASS OTTO ERWIN H AASS . ARNOLD WILLIAM HACKFIELD Alpha Chi Rho. HELEN HADLEY Education Club. DOROTHY MARGARET HAGEN Sigma Kappa. HARRY H. HAIGHT Detroit, Michigan Detroit, Michigan Welcome, Texas Richmond, Indiana Detroit, Michigan LL.B. LL.B. M.D. A.B. in Ed. B.A. M.D. Crystal Falls, Michigan Chi Phi; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Galens; Medical Student Council (4). ESTHER R. HAKE EUGENE B. HALL HERBERT ALLEN HALL . Phi Delta Theta. Iowa City, Iowa Adrian, Michigan Lansing, Michigan LAWRENCE HINMAN HALL . Buchanan, Michigan Delta Alpha Epsilon. B.S. in Ed. B.S. in M.E. . A.B. M.D. ROBERT LEICESTER HALL ..... B.S. in M.E. Lowell, Massachusetts Phi Gamma Delta; Glee Club (2, 3, 4). CHARLOTTE E. HALLER ..... A.B. Calumet, Michigan Kappa Alpha Theta; Freshman Social Committee; Sociology Club Vice-President (3, 4). BENJAMIN VANCE HALSTEAD . . LL.B. Petoskey, Michigan Gamma Eta Gamma; Chairman Advisory Committee (2); Chairman Crease Paper Committee. Page too - -- z -fr JOHN MAC HARG HALSTED . . A.B. Evanston, Illinois Phi Kappa Psi; Michigamua; Gargoyle (i, 2, 3, 4); Swim- ming (2, 3, 4). WILLIAM EMERSON HAMAKER Canton, Ohio Phi Mu Alpha; Phi Alpha Delta; Daily (i). MARINUS H. HAMELINK Holland, Michigan A.B. M.D. MRS. BEATRICE W. HAMILTON . . . A.B. in ' Ed. Detroit, Michigan President Sociology Club; Vice-President Michigan Dames. J. TEDFORD HAMMOND Lawyers Club. HAZEL MARION HANAN KENNETH ROY HANKS . Sigma Phi Epsilon. EDNA RUTH HANLEY . Detroit, Michigan Detroit, Michigan Aurora, Illinois Bluff ton, Ohio HARVEY CARL HANSEN Battle Creek, Michigan Phi Rho Sigma; Football Reserves (2). HJALMAR SEVERIN HANSEN Moline, Illinois Theta Kappa Nu; Phi Beta Kappa. JOHN H. HANSEN Menominee, Michigan Tau Beta Pi; American Society of Civil Engineers; Web and Flange; Society of American Military Engineers. LL.B. A.B. in Ed. A.B. A.B. M.D. LL.B. B.S. in C.E. KOMURIA HARDEN Omega Psi Phi. Detroit, Michigan A.B. GERTRUDE ALICE HARDENBURGH . Iromvood, Michigan JOHN ROZELLE HARDER A.B. A.B. Delta Tau Delta. Escanaba, Michigan Page ioj ----- s -! - c Sf s BUREN JESSE HARDIN .... Ann Arbor, Michigan Business Administration Club. ARTHUR LEONIDAS HARDING MARY LEAH HARDING PAGELS HARDY Fayetteville, Arkansas Fayetteville, Arkansas Detroit, Michigan A.B. LL.B. LL.B. LL.B. RUSSELL FERRIDAN HARDY . B.S. in M.E. M.S. in Aero. Eng. Ypsilanti, Michigan American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Vice-Presi- dent (4), President (5); Society of Automotive Engi- neers; Aeronautical Society; Engineering Council; Choral Union. BEULAH B. HARGER Kappa Delta. Iron River, Michigan JOSEPH SANBORN HARLEY Detroit, Michigan Sigma Phi Epsilon. B.S. A.B. FRED L. HARLOCKER ....... LL.B. Coquille, Oregon Gamma Eta Gamma; Barristers; Michigan Law Review; President Senior Law Class. FREDERICK RICHARD HARPER .... M.D. Helena, Montana Sigma Chi; Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha Omega Alpha; Phi Sigma; Delta Sigma Rho. RALPH V. HARR Munith, Michigan ROBERT HENRY HARRIDGE Park Ridge, Illinois LUCILE FLORENCE HARRIGAN Grand Rapids, Michigan La Sociedad Hispanica (3); Junior Girls ' Play. . M.D. B.S. in E.E. A.B. B.S. in E. CLARKE EDWIN HARRIS Royal Oak, Michigan Sigma Pi; Web and Flange; Michigan Technic; Michigan Chimes; Class Baseball (i); Class Track (i); Press Club. NELSON HERBERT HARRIS . . . A.M. in Ed. Richmond, Virginia Omega Psi Phi; Negro-Caucasian Club. PC [ - 2 JOHN JULIAN HARRISON Napoleon, Ohio Delta Chi; Baseball (i, 2); Golf Squad (3). WILLIAM BROWN HARTMAN St. Clair, Michigan Sigma Delta Kappa; Barristers. FRANCIS MINTON HARTZ Phi Beta Pi; Galens. AARON HENRY HASKIN Evansville, Indian? Newark, New Jersey FREEMAN WESTLY HASKINS Mernweather, Michigan Lawyers ' Club. A.B. LL.B. M.D. M.D. LL.B. ELIZABETH ETHEL HASTINGS . . A.B. in Ed. Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Delta Delta. ROBERT ERNEST HASTINGS ...... M.D- Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Rho Sigma; Phi Sigma; Golf, (i, 2); Varsity Golf Champion (2, 3). CHARLES EVERETT HATCH . . . B.S. in C.E. Flint, Michigan FRANCES LOUISE HATCH ..... A.B. in Ed. Grand Rapids, Michigan Alumnae House; Women ' s Educational Club, Treasurer. EDWARD S. HATCHADOWIAN Detroit, Michigan Dental Society. JOSEPHINE SPENCER HAWES .... Jackson, Michigan ROY E. HAWKINSON .... South Bend, Indiana Psi Omega; Dental Society. JOHN W. HAY, JR. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Rock Springs, Wyoming WILLIAM ABBOTT HAYES . . , Springfield, Massachusetts Sigma Chi. D.D.S. A.B. D.D.S. A.B. A.B. Page 103 7r-- fe HARRY RUSSEL HAYNIE Delta Tau Delta. HELEN HORTENSE HAYS Chicago, Illinois A.B. . B.M. in Ed. Tulsa, Oklahoma Mu Phi Epsilon; Board of Symphonic League; Univer- sity Symphony Orchestra. LEAH STEVENS HAZARD ..... A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Pi Lambda Theta; Junior Girls ' Play; Point System Committee of Woman ' s League. JACK BURT HAZLE Scalp and Blade. FORREST A. HEATH Lackawanna, New York B.S. in M.E. A.B. St. Clair, Michigan Beta Theta Pi; Michiganensian (i, 2, 3); Organizations Mgr. (3); Board in Control of Student Publications; Comedy Club (3, 4); Union Opera (2, 3, 4); Players Club (i, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President; Union Underclass Committee (3, 4). MIGNON BOWER HECKER Kappa Phi. Poplar Bluff, Missouri ETHEL DERESSA HEDRICK . Ypsilanti, Michigan Pi Lambda Theta. PAUL ORLANDO HEERING .... Grand Rapids, Michigan Delta Sigma Pi; Comedy Club (3, 4). KARL P. HEIDEMAN .... Calumet, Michigan Phi Mu Alpha; Phi Alpha Delta. Detroit, Michigan WILLIAM STEPHENS HEIGHO Beta Theta Pi. HENRY HEIMAN .... Lockport, New York Xi Psi Phi; Dental Society. ELIZABETH DAGMAR HEIMONEN Marquette, Michigan WILBUR AUGUST HEINZ Dayton, Ohio Tennis (i); Orchestra (i); Glee Club (3). HAZEL JULIA HEMES " Scalpel " Staff. Escanaba, Michigan A.B. in Ed. A.B. in Ed. . A.B. . LL.B. . A.B. . D.D.S. . R.N. . A.B. R.N. ftWl ZMV f . ff ,, t % S%$g i% = 3!$$ - - c g gW OC NEWTON A. HENDERSON ... . B.S. in C.E. Kalamazoo, Michigan JOHN A. HENKEL Dental Society. HELEN JUANITA HENNEFORD Couzen ' s Hall. Greenville, Michigan Bluffton, Indiana MALCOLM HARLAND HENRY Detroit, Michigan ALBERT HENWOOD Educational Club. Detroit, Michigan D.D.S. R.N. B.S. A.B. in Ed. ELAINE MARIE HERBERT .... A.B. in Ed. Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Zeta; Sociology Club; Women ' s Educational Club: Y. W. C. A. MERIAM CLA HERRICK Delta Upsilon. Cleveland, Ohio ANNA MARIE KOENEN HERRMA NN Mount Fernon, New York WILLIAM HENRY HERRNSTEIN A.B. B.S. . . . B.S. in Aero Eng. Chillicothe, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Triangles; Vulcans; Tau Beta Pi; Football (i, 2, 3); Track (i, 2). WILLIAM ANDREW HESSE Saginaw, Michigan GEORGE WELBORN HESTON Phi Kappa Sigma. RAY STANLEY HEYM . Evansville, Indiana Detroit, Michigan Alpha Sigma Phi; Reserve Football (2). A.B. A.B. B.S. in C.E. HENRY ALLYN HICKS, JR. . ... Denver, Colorado Beta Theta Pi; Phi Alpha Delta; Crease Dance Com- mittee (3). LL.B. RALPH COMSTOCK HICKS . . . B.S. in C.E. Ironu ' ood, Michigan Pagt 105 P-- J r$fc+ ? ' STUART F. HICKS Detroit, Michigan American Society of Civil Engineers. RALPH WILMARTH HIGBIE Theta Xi; Tau Beta Pi. Ann Arbor, Michigan CARROLL M. HIGHSTRETE .... Grand Rapids, Michigan American Society of Mechanical Engineers. B.S. in C.E. B.S. in C.E. B.S. in M.E. ELMER AUGUST HILBURGER . . B.S. in C.E. Buffalo, New York Tau Beta Pi; American Society of Civil Engineers; Web and Flange; Scalp and Blade; Society American Military Engineers; Senior Athletic Committee. ERNEST GOTTHOLD HILDNER, JR. Houghton, Michigan Alpha Delta Phi; Class Treasurer (4). A.B. in Ed. FREDERICK E. HILL, JR. ...... A.B. Hastings, Michigan Beta Theta Pi; Sphinx; Druids; Blue Key; Gargoyle (2, i, 4); Mimes (4); Opera (2, 3, 4). GEORGE HINEMAN ..... B.S. in E. Bryan, Ohio Aeronautical Society, President; Secretary-Treasurer, Engineering Council. MARTHA FLORINE HINKLE Detroit, Michigan R.N. GWENDOLYN HINTERMAN . . Dental Hygiene Ann Arbor, Michigan HELEN LORRAINE HINTERMAN Ann Arbor, Michigan Kappa Phi. A.B. A.B. ALICE CARSTENS HIRSCHMAN Detroit, Michigan Collegiate Sorosis; Players ' Club; Junior Girls ' Play; National Student Federation of America Committee. RUTH CARSTENS HIRSCHMAN .... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Helen Newberry Residence; Mortarboard; Treasurer Senior Society; Junior Girls ' Play; Chairman Women ' s League Bazaar (4). PAUL STANLEY HIRT Richmond, Michigan Sigma Phi Epsilon; Scabbard and Blade. CLIFFORD R. HISLER . Homer, Michigan American Society of Civil Engineers. LL.B. B.S. in C.E. Page 106 ft - s3$ Z-ie g%j r $f WILLIAM MARVIN HOAD ... . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Upsilon. LEMUEL DAVID HOADLEY . . B.S. in E.E. Naugatuck, Connecticut Triangles; American Society of Civil Engineers (3, 4); Web and Flange (4). VIRGINIA ELAINE HOBBS . .... B.M. Detroit, Michigan Delta Delta Delta; Sigma Alpha Iota; Girls ' Glee Club; Choral Union. EDMOND H. HOBEN . . . B.S. in A. Kalamazoo, Michigan Kappa Delta Rho; Players ' Club (2, 3, 4), President (4); Varsity Band (i). MARGARET PATRICIA HODGSON .... A.B. in Ed. Duluth, Minnesota Theta Phi Alpha; Athena (2, 3, 4); Leadership Com- mission (2); Women ' s Varsity Debating Team (4). ROY V. HODGSON ... . B.S. in Eng. Duluth, Minnesota Phi Kappa; Wolverine Outing Club; Michigan Technic (l, 2). EDWARD DAVID HOEDEMAKER . ... B.S. Charlotte, Michigan Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Daily (i, 2); Varsity Band (2, 3, 4, 5). HERMAN HOEK ..... Grand Rapids, Michigan Sigma Alpha Epsilon. EDWIN SANFORD HOFFMAN, JR. . Detroit, Michigan B. LOUISE HOFMANN .... Cheyenne, Wyoming Spanish Society; Riding Club. A.B. A.B. A.B. MARGARET SINCLAIR HOLDERMAN . . . A.B. in Ed. Port Huron, Michigan University Symphony (4); Y. W. C. A. (4). FRANCIS JOSEPH HOLLAND Grand Rapids, Michigan KEITH MEAD HOLLEY Highland Park, Michigan LL.B. A.B. in Ed. A.B. ALAN WENDELL HOLMES .... Fort Myers, Florida Delta Chi; Michiganensian (2, 3); Directory (2, 3). Page 107 B - - gfe 06 ) ' ' ? C. TYLER HOLMES . ... D.D.S. Flint, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega; Delta Sigma Delta; Dental Society. ALFRED HOLZMAN ...... New York, New York Kappa Nu; Dental Society. ELLBERTA IRENE HOOD Brooklyn, Michigan Couzen ' s Hall; Choral Union. (3) ALBERT WEBSTER HOOPER Ann Arbor, Michigan RALEIGH GREY HOOVER Michigan Daily (4). THEODORE HORNBERGER Detroit, Michigan D.D.S. R.N. A.B. A.B. . B.S. in Ed. Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Delta Kappa; Quadrangle; Michigamua; Sphinx. CHARLES MILLER HORTH ..... LL.B. Shelton, Nebraska Gamma Eta Gamma; Scabbard and Blade; Barristers. CLARENCE CARL HOSTRUP ...... A.B. Clinton, Iowa Acacia; Kappa Kappa Psi; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Varsity Band (3). CLARENCE WEBSTER HOUCK .... Ph.C. Defiance, Ohio Prescott Club; Chairman Publicity Committee, J-Hop. GERALD A. HOWARD . ... B.S. in E.E. Moore Park, Michigan A. I. E. E.; University Symphony Orchestra (3, 4). WILLIAM MARCELLUS HOWARD . Youngstown, Ohio Omega Psi Phi. EDGAR COWGILL HOWBERT .... Colorado Springs, Colorado Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Delta Phi; Law Review. LL.B. LL.B. Ph.C. JOHN JOSEPH HOWBRIDGE .... Fort Wayne, Indiana Phi Delta Chi; Prescott Club (3); Round-Up Club. MARGARET SANDBERG HOWBRIDGE Manistique, Michigan Kappa Delta; Michigan Daily (2, 3); Social Service (3). A.B. Page 108 - - 7r- $f WALTER CARL HOWE M.B.A. Detroit, Michigan Varsity Glee Club (2, 4); Business Administration Club (4)- HENRIETTA HELEN HOWSER . . A.B. in Ed. Ann Arbor, Michigan Portia (3, 4); Varsity Debate Team (4); Baptist Guild. LOUELLA ANN HOYT Ann Arbor, Michigan KATHERINE E. HUBBARD Mount Clemens, Michigan Gamma Phi Beta. LEON HOWARD HUBBARD Omega Psi Phi. Detroit, Michigan A.B. in Ed. A.B. LL.B. MARGARET ADELAIDE HUDSON . . . A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Kappa Kappa Gamma; Junior Girls ' Play. HERBERT B. HUEHL . Dental Society. DANIEL ALLISON HUFF Detroit, Michigan D.D.S. A.B. Detroit, Michigan Delta Upsilon; Track (2, 3, 4); Glee Club (3, 4) Comedy Club (3, 4); Union Opera (3, 4), Deputation Work. EMILY MARGARET HULBERT Detroit, Michigan Cosmopolitan Club; Negro Caucasian Club. A.B. GEORGE LAFAYETTE HULL . . . M.B.A. Toledo, Ohio Phi Beta Kappa; Business Administration Club (5). JOHN WARREN HULL . ..... A.B. Lansing, Michigan Sigma Pi; Student Press Club; Senior Invitation Com- mittee. LUENNA HULL . A.B. in Ed. Norwalk, Ohio La Sociedad Hispanica (4); Board of Representatives (4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). SARAH HUME Alpha Phi. Muskegon, Michigan CHARLES MARK HUMPHREY, JR. Ironwood, Michigan Chi Phi; Alpha Delta Sigma; Gargoyle (i, 2). A.B. A.B. Page 100 3yjt - A. LOUISE HUMPHREYS . ... A.B. Fan Wen, Ohio Kappa Kappa Gamma; Wyvern; Pi Lambda Theta; Mortarboard; Michiganensian (2, 3); Chairman Point System (4); Board of Directors Women ' s League; Glee Club (2); Junior Girls ' Play. DAN C. HUNGERFORD Theta Kappa Nu. Corning, New York B.S. in M.E. A.B. FLORENCE ELEANOR HUNT . Kalamazoo, Michigan Kappa Delta; Le Cercle Francais (3, 4); Junior Girls ' Play. KEITH MAXWELL HUNTER Theta Kappa Nu. Fermontville, Michigan LE ROY CLYDE HURLBUT Fillmore, New York SYED FAKHRUDDIN HUSAIN-KHAN Baroda, Hindustan Hindustan Club; Cosmopolitan Club. . A.B. . A.B. B.S. in Med. M.B.A. HUGO R. HUSTAD . Iron Mountain, Michigan Business Administration Club; Choral Union (3); Var- sity Debate (3). LLOYD HUSTON ...... Detroit, Michigan Pi Beta Phi; French Club; Girls ' Glee Club. CHAUNCEY SANBORN HUTCHINS Pontiac, Michigan Kappa Sigma. JOHN HUNTINGTON HUTTON .... Highland Park, Michigan STANHOPE PIER HUYCK Clio, Michigan LA VERN FRANCIS HYDE ... North Tonawanda, New York Phi Kappa Tau. LAWRENCE CHARLES HYMAN Kansas City, Missouri Phi Epsilon Pi; Michigan Daily Summer (4). IONA PEARL IDDINGS Angola, Indiana Board of Representatives Women ' s League; Cosmopoli- tan Club (4); Girls ' Rifle Team (3); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (4); Kappa Phi (3), Treasurer (4). A.B. A.B. M.D. M.D. A.B. A.B. A.B. Page no - IB $ 3!fe+ JSL CARLYLE PHILIP IMERMAN . . ' . B.S. in M.D. Detroit, Michigan Phi Epsilon Pi. JOHONNES PETRUS IMMELMAN D.D.S. Paarl, South Africa KATHERINE YEREX IMMELMAN . ... A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan CARRIE INGERSOLL . . Dental Hygiene Ann Arbor, Michigan JAMES MUNRO INNES Hermitage. Kansas City, Missouri A.B. HAIG PARNAG ISKENDERIAN . . B.S. in E.E. New York, New York Cross Country Team; Track; " M " Club; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. BARNEY BENJAMIN ISRAEL Phi Lambda Kappa. JOSEPH THOMAS IVES Beta Theta Pi. Detroit, Michigan Delphi, Indiana M.D. LL.B. CARL STEWART JAEHNIG . ... B.S. in Eng. Grand Rapids, Michigan American Institute of Electrical Engineers. ETHEL JAMES EDWARD F. JANKOSKI ROBERT V. JAROS Detroit, Michigan Lak ' e City, Michigan Chicago, Illinois Dental Hygiene A.B. A.B. LINDEN B. JENKINS A.B. in Ed. Ann Arbor, Michigan ALBERTA BOWMAN JENKINS Ann Arbor, Michigan M.A. Page III - t $fc X WESLEY ORVILLE JENNINGS Hartford, Michigan EDNA SOPHIE JENSEN President of Senior Nurses. Grant, Michigan PAULINE JOAN JENSEN Muskegon, Michigan M.D. B.S., R.N. A.B. HELEN ELIZABETH JESSOP .... . A.B- York, Pennsylvania Portia (4). HELEN MAR JEWETT . White Pigeon, Michigan R.N. WILLIAM E. JEWETT III ... . A.B. Adrian, Michigan Phi Beta Pi. MANUEL JIMENEZ Ag uadilla, Porto Rico B.S. MARIA MERCEDE JIMENEZ . ... B.S. in Ed. Aguadilla, Porto Rico FRANK MYRON JOBES . . B.S. in M.E. Ocean Beach, California ARTHUR F. JOHNSON . . ... . . B.S. in M.E. Marquette, Michigan American Society of Mechanical Engineers. CHARLES H. JOHNSON .... B.S. in M.E. Painted Post, New York Theta Kappa Nu. CHESTER WILLIAM JOHNSON . Minneapolis, Minnesota Union Opera (i); Henry Strong Scholarship. A.B. ELLEN IDA JOHNSON .... A.B. in Ed. South Bend, Indiana Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Women ' s Education Club, President (4); Junior Girls ' Play. EVLYNE I. JOHNSON ...... B.S. in Ed. Reed City, Michigan V. W. C. A. Leadership Commission; Choral Union; Junior Girls ' Play; W. A. A.; Basketball (2, 3); Baseball (3)- Page 112 - r- C fe x. FRANCIS C. JOHNSON . . B.S. in M.E. McKeesport, Pennsylvania GEORGE BROOKS JOHNSON . B.S. in C.E. Albany, Georgia Tau Kappa Alpha; Sigma Pi Sigma; Iota Gamma Pi; Kappa Phi Sigma. GEORGE COLWELL JOHNSON ...... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Theta Chi. HAROLD EUGENE JOHNSON Detroit, Michigan . A.B. A.B. in ' Ed. HELEN LEONE JOHNSON .... Moline, Illinois Women ' s Educational Club; Choral Union (3, 4); Kappa Phi; Intra-Mural Athletics (3). KATHRYN McLEAN JOHNSON . . . A.B. South Haven, Michigan LESTER F. JOHNSON .... . . LL.B. Greenville, Michigan Sigma Delta Kappa; Barristers; Class Treasurer (4); J-Hop Committee; President Michigan Union (6); Life Membership Committee (4, 5); House Department (4); General Chairman Underclass Department (5); Student Council (5). NORMAN LEWIS JOHNSON . ... B.S. Detroit, Michigan PHILIP RICHARD JOHNSON ...... A.B. Mount Pleasant, Michigan PHYLLIS JOHNSON ...... A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Newbeny Residence; Musical Committee, Junior Girls ' Play. RALPH RENALDER JOHNSON . . . B.S. in E.E. Keewatin, Minnesota ROY WILLIAM JOHNSON Kappa Delta Rho. SIDNEY ARTHUR JOHNSON Sigma Delta Kappa. La Porte, Indiana Quincy, Illinois DAVID WILLIAM JOHNSTON Taylorville, Illinois Delta Chi. A.B. A.B. A.B. $! r-- i v_ - o FAITH ELIZABETH JONES Worthington, Minnesota Delta Gamma. MABEL LOUISE JONES Detroit, Michigan ALEXANDER N. JOUKOVSKY Detroit, Michigan Cosmopolitan Club. HERMAN A. KABAKER Tau Delta Phi. HELEN MARK KAGAY Well-man, Iowa A.B. A.B. A.B. LL.B. A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha; La Sociedad Hispanica (i, 2, 3, 4); Junior Girls ' Play. BERTHOLD BERNARD KAHN Tau Delta Phi. LYDIA RUTH KAHN Detroit, Michigan A.B. A.B. Detroit, Michigan Betsy Barbour; Senior Society; W. A. A. Publicity Manager; Y. W. C. A. Membership Committee; Cos- mopolitan Club; Choral Union. RUTH KAHN . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma; Wyvern; Michiganensian (2, 3, 4); Women ' s Business Manager; Players ' Club (3, 4); Masques (i, 2, 3, 4); President (4); Junior Girls ' Play. PAULINE J. KAISER . ... B.M. Edon, Ohio Chi Omega; Sigma Alpha Iota; University Symphony Orchestra (i, 2, 3, 4); Faculty Quartet (3, 4); Symphonic League, President (3). IDA MAE KAMP . Girls ' Glee Club. EDITH CLARA KAPLAN HENNA L. KAPLAN Phi Sigma Sigma. Detroit, Michigan Cleveland, Ohio Chicago, Illinois A.B. in Ed. A.B. . A.B. LL.B. SIDNEY JOSEPH KARBEL .... Mount Clemens, Michigan Phi Beta Delta; Wrestling (i, 2), Captain (2); Michigan Law Review; Class Athletic Committee. MAURICE FRANKLE KARP Tau Epsilon Phi. Clifton, New Jersey A.B. Page 114 $ r 2 $ _ ' GRACE EMMA KARR HERMAN KASS THEODORE R. KATZ Defiance, Ohio Detroit, Michigan Marshall, Michigan HARRY CLARENCE KATZENMEYER Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Delta Theta; Treasurer Pennsylvania Club. GARRETT ERVIN KAUFFMAN Hermitage. ALETHIA E. KEATLEY Dowagiac, Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan ROBERT Y. KEEGAN . . . . Fort Wayne, Indiana Zeta Psi; Phi Delta Phi; Druids. CAMERON DOLSON KEIM Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Sigma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu. , CATHERINE DE BOER KELDER ..... South Haven, Michigan Kappa Kappa Gamma; Wyvern; University Girls ' Glee Club (2, 3); Chairman Undergraduate Campaign Fund (4); Women ' s League Bazaar Committee (2, 3); Junior Girls ' Play. KATHLEEN MARIE KELLEHER .... Ann Arbor, Michigan Theta Phi Alpha. R.N. A.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. M.D. A.B. A.B. MAE KELLER ........ A.B. Hastings, Michigan Pi Beta Phi; Wyvern; Michiganensian (2, 3, 4), Woman ' s Editor (4); Class Treasurer (3). JOHN ROBERT KELLEY .... B.S. in Arch. Richmond, Indiana ALBERT EDWARD KELLY Men ' s Educational Club. Highland, Michigan JOHN WILLARD KEMPER Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Rho Sigma; Delta Sigma Delta. A.B. in Ed. M.D. fl Pa gtlIS VJI -C - M -? $n CLYDE B. KENNEDY Detroit, Michigan A.B. ELIZABETH STUART KENNEDY .. A.B. Royal Oak, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega; Theta Sigma Phi; Michigan Daily (i, 2, 3); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3); Republican Club; Chairman of Women (4). JOHN ALEXANDER KENNEDY Shreveport, Louisiana Sigma Nu; Gargoyle. A.B. A.B. HENRIETTA JANE KENT ..... Waynesburg, Pennsylvania Chi Omega. MARY KENT-MILLER .... . A.B. Hastings, England Alpha Omicron Pi; University Girls ' Glee Club (2, 3, 4), Business ManagerGlee Club (3), President Glee Club (4); Portia Literary (2, 3, 4), Treasurer (4); Le Cercle Francais (2, 3, 4); Cosmopolitan Club (2, 3); Choral Union (i, 2, 3, 4); Freshmen Girls ' Glee Club, President; Mum- mers Dramatic (2, 3, 4); Freshman Pageant Committee; Dance Committee Junior Girls ' Play. HAROLD W. KEOPKA Westfield, New York B.S. in M.E. LEONARD CLAYTON KERCHER Camden, Michigan Newport, Ohio Newport, Ohio DOROTHY LOUISE KERR HOWARD JAMES KERR University Rifle Team. VIRGINIA E. KERSEY . .... Muncie, Indiana Kappa Alpha Theta; Hockey Squad (i) ; President Fresh- man Girls ' Glee Club (i); Players ' Club; Junior Girls ' Play. A.B. R.N. M.D. A.B. WILLIAM THEW KESSEL Delta Sigma Pi. ELLA ANNETTE KETCHUM Saginaw, Michigan Valparaiso, Indiana A.B. R.N. A.B. MARY ELIZABETH KIBBEY . Ann Arbor, Michigan Chi Delta Phi (2, 3, 4); Treasurer of Chi Delta Phi (3), President (4); Junior Girls ' Play. ELEANOR JANE KIEL Grand Haven, Michigan A.B. ' 116 . A .. ! -- a SSr - $f MARION MARGARET KIELY Saginatv, Michigan Theta Phi Alpha; Basketball (i); Sociology Club. DAVID CHARLES KIMBALL Highland Park, Michigan Hermitage; Phi Rho Sigma. LAWRENCE V. KIMBRELL . Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta; Dental Society. EDITH KINDER RUTH JANE KINDER Grand Rapids, Michigan Grand Rapids, Michigan A.B. A.B. D.D.S. A.B. A.B. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN KING . . . B.S. in M.E. Grand Rapids, Michigan Student Branch, American Society of Mechanical En- gineers (4) KENNETH MOFFAT KING Ann Arbor, Michigan Chimes (4); Mimes (3, 4); Comedy Club (3, 4). LAWRENCE S. KING . Delta Theta Phi. ROBERT WARNER KING Phi Beta Pi. Preston, Iowa St. Joseph, Michigan A.B. LL.B. A.B. C. BRYAN KINNEY ...... LL.B. South Lyon, Michigan SARAH JANE KIRCHER . Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B. ARTHUR HOLCOMB KIRKPATRICK . . B.S. in E.E. Grand Rapids, Michigan HOWARD WILLIAM KIRSCHBAUM . . B.S. in Aero. Eng. Detroit, Michigan Aeronautical Society. MIRIAM FRANCES KIRSCHNER Alpha Epsilon Phi. Peebles, Ohio A.B. Page 117 A - e sR s -c ! ?sK%s)se I II jf Louis ROBERT KIRSHEMAN . . . B.S. in Ch.E. Hartford, Connecticut Kappa Delta Rho; Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans; American Institute of Chemical Engineers (i, 2, 3, 4), President (4); Engineering Council President (4); Michigan Tech- nic (2, 3, 4), Managing Editor (3, 4). GLADYS HELEN KITCHEN ..... R.N. Lyons, New York Exchange Editor Scalpel (2); Secretary Y. W. C. A. (2). HORACE M. KITSON Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B. ANDREW WILLIAM KLEIN ...... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Delta Upsilon; Druids; Assistant Mgr. Interscholastic. WALTER ALFRED KLEINERT .... Detroit, Michigan Sigma Phi Epsilon; Delta Theta Phi; Barristers. LL.B. EARL EDWIN KLEINSCHMIDT .... B.S. in Med. Ann Arbor, Michigan Kappa Delta Rho; S. C. A. Cabinet (2, 3). ROBERT M. KLEPINGER Les Voyageurs. JAMES FLOYD KLOCK Dayton, Ohio Alpha Kappa Lambda. Daytona Beach, Florida ELISABETH DAY KNAPP Grand Rapids, Michigan HARRY MILLIKEN KNAPP Alpha Kappa Lambda. LESTER KNIGHT Detroit, Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan PAUL WARREN KNISKERN Muskegon, Michigan Alpha Kappa Kappa; Phi Sigma; Gargoyle (2). B.S. in Forestry . A.B. . A.B. . ' A.B B.S. in E.E. . M.D. A.B. MARY-GRACE KNOBLOCK .... Detroit, Michigan Alpha Gamma Delta; University Girls ' Glee Club; Choral Union; Le Cercle Francais. HELEN N. KNOX Pi Lambda Theta. Portlan d, Michigan A.B. in Ed. Page 118 .ft X. OTTO CARL KOCH .. A.B. Grand Haven, Michigan Phi Mu Alpha; Varsity Quartet (2, 3, 4); President Glee Club (4); Solist (2, 3, 4); Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Michigan Opera (3); Comedy Club; Band Soloist (2, 3). FRANK E. KOEPEL . . . . D.D.S. Beacon Hill, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta; Dental Society; Class Treasurer (3). IDA KOFFMAN LILY KOIVISTO Detroit, Michigan Ishpeming, Michigan Toledo, Ohio HELEN MARY KOKE Alpha Epsilon Iota; Iota Sigma Pi. ROBERT BENEDICT KONWINSKI . Toledo, Ohio HERBERT PREBBLE KOPF .... Dayton, Ohio American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Dental Hygiene A.B. in Ed. . M.D. . LL.B. B.S. in E. A.B. BARNEY KOPLIN . . South Orange, New Jersey Phi Sigma Delta; Freshman Track; Varsity Track Squad (2, 3, 4); Freshman Football Varsity Football Squad (3, 4)- EUGENIA T. KOSINSKA . . . . Detroit, Michigan Cosmopolitan Club; Polonia Literary Circle. FREDERICK JAMES KOUNTZ Toledo, Ohio A.B. A.B. A.B. THOMAS V. KOYKKA . . . Ashtabula, Ohio Delta Sigma Rho; Quadrangle; Michigan Daily (1,2), Night Editor (3); Board in Control of Student Publica- tions (4); Oratorical Board (4); Varsity Debate Team (3)- CARL FREDERICK KRAATZ . ... A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Theta Chi; Freshman Football; Varsity Glee Club (2, 3); Comedy Club. Louis WILLIAM KRAMER . . . A.B. Cleveland Heights, Ohio Phi Beta Delta; Michigan Daily (i, 2); Michigan Union Life Committee. PHILIP N. KRASNE . . A.B. Council Bluffs, Iowa Phi Sigma Delta; Delta Sigma Rho; Varsity Debate (3); Northern Oratorical League Winner (2); Consti- tutional Oratorical Contest (3); Players ' Club (i, 2, 3); Mimes Opera Orchestra (3). Page no - gf - GRACE JUANITA KRATZ .... A.B. in Ed. Toledo, Ohio Martha Cook Building; Women ' s Educational Club; Kappa Phi; Intra-Mural Athletics (3, 4). MENTOR A. KRAUS . . .... A.B. Fort Wayne, Indiana Zeta Beta Tau; Chimes (i, 2); Opera Program Committee (2, 3)- J. WILLARD KRAUSE Iron wood, Michigan EARL DONALD KRICKBAUM .... Cleveland, Ohio Delta Upsilon; Tennis Captain (2). A.B. A.B. WALTER FREDERICK KRUSE . . . B.S. in E.E. Toledo, Ohio American Institute of Electrical Engineers. MARION ELIZABETH KUBIK . . ... A.B. Saginaw, Michigan Kappa Delta; Wyvern; Mortarboard; Theta Sigma Phi; Women ' s Editor, Michigan Daily (4); Staff (2, 3); Secre- tary, La Sociedad Hispanica (3), Vice-President (4). FRANKLIN CARL KUENZEL . Grand Rapids, Michigan Basketball. A.B. HERBERT KUENZEL .... . B.S. in E. Grand Rapids, Michigan Tau Beta Pi; Kappa Kappa Psi; Triangles; Alpha Epsi- lon Mu; Chairman of Class Day Committee (4); Class Committee (3); Symphony Orchestra (3, 4); Varsity Band (3, 4); Michigan Opera Orchestra (4). WALTER ALFRED KUENZEL . . B.S. in C.E. Grand Rapids, Michigan Pi Kappa Alpha; Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans; American Society of Chemical Engineers; Triangles; Web and Flange; Basketball (2, 3); Assistant Recording Secretary, Michigan Union (3), Recording Secretary (4). CHARLES A. KUHLEMEIER Detroit, Michigan KARL HEWITT KUHN .... Detroit, Michigan Alpha Rho Chi; Glee Club; Opera. LEWIS FREDERICK KUMMER Butler, Pennsylvania MARJORIE RUTH KUNZE Beaverton, Michigan JOSEPH ANTHONY KURCZ . A.B. B.S. in A.E. . A.B. . A.B. B.S. Detroit, Michigan Page 120 ) ' V M ' OJ x ff - - 5 - C $f g VIRIGINIA KURTZ Delta Gamma. Jackson, Michigan GEORGE F. LA BOUR Grand Rapids, Michigan Phi Kappa Sigma. HAROLD LACHMAN Detroit, Michigan A.B. LL.B. . A.B. B.S. inE. JAMES ALFRED LAFER . . Detroit, Michigan Delta Upsilon; Michigan Technic (i, 2); Circulation Manager (3). JOSEPH WINCY LAM Chinese Student Club. GEORGE G. LAMB Honolulu, Hawaii M.D. . B.S. in Ch.E. Grand Rapids, Michigan Alpha Chi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Triangles. RUTH H. LAMBERT ....... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Michiganensian Business Staff (3); Secretary, Portia (4); Masques. HARRY LINGNOM LAMM . . . B.S. in A. Canton, China JAMES VERLE LAMMY . Phi Mu Delta. Detroit, Michigan . M.D. A.B. WILLIAM CHRISTIAN LANGENAU Cleveland, Ohio Phi Delta Chi; Kappa Kappa Psi; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Varsity Band (2, 3, 4). SERENA BELLE LANING T-Square; Cosmopolitan Club. SAMUEL ERVIN LAPP Detroit, Michigan Buffalo, New York Delta Alpha Epsilon; Scalp and Blade. IRWIN LAPPIN . Alpha Omega; Dental Society. Detroit, Michigan A.B. A.B. D.D.S. A.B. HELEN MARTHA LARAWAY . Jackson, Michigan Delta Gamma; Sigma Alpha Iota; University Sym- phony Orchestra; Junior Girls ' Play. Page 121 $ -T $ ROBERTS BROWNING LARSON Duluth, Minnesota Chi Psi; Hockey (4). A.B. RUDOLPH E. LARSON ... . D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta; Dental Society; Class Vice-President (3); Vice-President Union (4). NORMAN PAUL LASCA Detroit, Michigan FLOYD HEATON LASHMET ... Manchester, Illinois Alpha Kappa Kappa; Phi Sigma; Junior Research Club; Track (2). HAROLD LASSER Newark, New Jersey Phi Sigma Delta; Track (2, 3, 4). HENRY TOWNSEND LATHROP . . . . " . Detroit, Michigan Delta Kappa Epsilon; Mimes; Opera (2, 3). E. DONALD LAURENCE Kappa Sigma. DOROTHY DIANA LAUVER Detroit, Michigan LL.B. M.D. A.B. A.B. A.B. . A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Pi Beta Phi; Freshman Hockey; Junior Girls ' Play. JOSEPH DON LAWRENCE, JR. Ypsilanti, Michigan Sigma Delta Kappa; Opera (i). LL.B. LATHAM BARNUM LAWTON ... . M.D. Traverse City, Michigan Phi Chi. GLADYS R. LAX . . . A.B. Olean, New York Alpha Epsilon Phi; Freshman Pageant; Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Junior Girls ' Play; Black Quill (2); Pan- Hellenic Com. (2). CAROLYN GRACE LEE Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B. A.B. CHARLES TODD LEE New York City, New York Delta Upsilon; Michiganensian (i, 2); Circulation Man- ager (3); Chimes Editorial Upper Staff (4); Student Direct- ory (2, 3), Circulation Manager (3); Le Cercle Fran- cais; La Sociedad Hispanica Treasurer (3), President (4). MARGERY KATHRYNE LEE A.B. in Ed. Grand Rapids, Michigan Page 122 __ - S fS S S. R. LEE Wayne, Michigan Xi Psi Phi; Class Treasurer (4); Dental Society. W. E. LEE . Dental Society. FREDERIC C. LEECH Sigma Chi. Essex, Ontario, Canada Detroit, Michigan WILLIS RALPH LEENHOUTS Grand Rapids, Michigan Phi Delta Theta; Phi Delta Phi. FAY ATKINSON LEFEVRE .... Cleveland Heights, Ohio Phi Sigma Kappa; Opera (4). ALICE ELIZABETH LEHTINEN Peterborough, New Hampshire Phi Gamma Mu; Chi Delta Phi. D.D.S. D.D.S. A.B. LL.B. A.B. A.B. MARION ENACE LELAND ...... Detroit, Michigan Collegiate Sorosis; Sigma Delta Phi; Comedy Club; Players ' Club; Junior Girls ' Play Cast. A.B. B.S. KATHRYN MARY LE MIRE Escanaba, Michigan Theta Phi Alpha; Michiganensian (2); Senior Ball Com- mittee (4); Junior Girls ' Play; Le Cercle Francais. RICHARD WILLIAM LENSKE . . J.D. Jackson, Michigan Phi Alpha Delta; Barristers; Michigan Law Review. ANDREW ERVIN LEUENBERGER . D.D.S. Saginaw, Michigan Dental Society. PHILLIP LEVINE Detroit, Michigan CLARINE REBECCA LEVY Iron Mountain, Michigan Phi Sigma Sigma; Portia. . A.B. A.B. in Ed. HARRIET BROWN LEVY Highland Park, Michigan Alpha Epsilon Phi; Michiganensian (2); Michigan Daily (3); Hockey (i, 2); Basketball (i); Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Choral Union; Junior Girls ' Play Committee; Freshman Pageant Committee. A.B. JACOB LEVY Youngstown, Ohio LL.B. x Page i$5gs v - y MARSHALL HERMAN LEVY ... . A.B. Fort Wayne, Indiana Phi Beta Kappa (3, 4); Scabbard and Blade (2, 3, 4), Vice-President (4); Chimes (i, 2); La Sociedad His- panica (l, 2, 3), Treasurer (4). THELMA LEWIS Mu Phi Epsilon. ABE LICHTBLAU Artist Diploma Voice Ravenna, Ohio Detroit, Michigan A.B. EDWIN FRANKLIN LIDDLE ..... B.S. in C.E. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Sigma; Adelphi House of Representatives (2, 3)- WILLIAM EDWARD LIEPE Brooklyn, New York Theta Kappa Nu. PAUL FREDERICK LIENAU Sigma Nu. SAM LIFCHITZ Flint, Michigan B.S. in E. A.B. . B.S. in C.E. Detroit, Michigan Tau Beta Pi; Treasurer American Society of Civil Engineers (4) GEORGIA FRANCES LIGHTFOOT .... A.B. in Ed. Flint, Michigan Choral Union; Symphony Orchestra. GEORGE HERBERT LIKERT, JR. .... A.B. Omaha, Nebraska Track (2, 3, 4); President S. C. A. (4). EARL ROBERT LILLIE . . . . A.B. in Ed. Ann Arbor, Michigan Reserve Football; President Senior Ed.; Craftsman; Educational Club. ELLEN RACHEL LINDEN ..... Ishpeming, Michigan EDWARD DALE LINE . . . . . . Detroit, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi; Sphinx; Vulcans; Basketball (2, 3). MARGARET ELEANOR LIFE Manistee, Michigan R.N. B.S. R.N. LlLEON LlPMAN Muskegon, Michigan Dental Hygiene Page 124 $ - 5 r - ALFRED CARL LIPPO LD . . . . A.B. in Ed. Escanaba, Michigan THERESA F. LOEB ..... A.B. in Ed. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania $ YOING H LOH Canton, China B.S. in M.E. GWENDOLEN MYRTLE LONG Washington, Iowa University Girls ' Glee Club (4). A.B. MARGARET E. LORD . ... A.B. in Ed. Ou ' osso, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega; Freshman Pageant; Pi Lambda Theta (3, 4); League Membership Drive (2); Lower Staff Michi- ganensian (3); Officer Masques (3); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3, 4); Masques (i, 2, 3, 4); Portia (i, 2, 3); Author Junior Girls ' Play (3). FREDERICK RICHARDSON Lcucn Alpena, Michigan EVELYN MARY LOVEJOY .... Perry, Michigan Business Manager " Scalpel " (2). . A.B. . R.N. B.S. in C.E. JOHN HENRY LOVETTE .... Saginatv, Michigan Acacia; Vulcans; Web and Flange; Triangles; Football (3, 4). CHESTER STERN LOWENDORF Phi Delta Epsilon. HSIAO ELIZABETH Lu Niles, Ohio Shantung, China BERNARD E. LUCK .... Ann Arbor, Michigan Psi Omega; Dental Society. M.D. . A.B. D.D.S. Ph.C. ALFRED C. LUDINGTON Edmesion, New York Phi Delta Chi; Prescott Club; Varsity Glee Club (3); Choral Union (i, 2). SAMUEL JESSE LUKENS Clearfield, Pennsylvania A.B. ANDREW LUNDTEIGEN, JR. . . B.S. in M.E. Kansas City, Missouri Secretary, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. -, x Page P - g r-- C fe fi TREVA BELLE LUNEKE Alumnae House. DuANE B. LURKINS Caledonia, Michigan Ypsilanti, Michigan Psi Omega; Dental Society; Class President (2). CLIFTON EARL LUTES Alpena, Michigan FREDERICK WILLIAMS LYONS ..... Youngstown, Ohio Sigma Chi; Gargoyle (i); Basketball (i); Tennis (i); Assistant Baseball Manager (2, 3); Interfraternity Coun- cil (4); Youngstown-Michigan Club (i, 2, 3, 4). A.B. in Ed. . D.D.S. A.B. in Ed. A.B. J. GAIL LYONS Sigma Zeta. Toledo, Ohio HELEN REECE MAC CALLUM Ann Arbor, Michigan Gamma Phi Beta; Wyvern. ALICE JOY MAC DONALD Kappa Alpha Theta. Detroit, Michigan MARIAN Ross MAC DONALD . . . . North East, Pennsylvania A.B. A.B. A.B. in Ed. A.B. MARY ELIZA MAC DONALD . . A.B. in Ed. Berwick, Pennsylvania Basketball (i, 2); Hockey (i, 3); Secretary and Treasurer Women ' s League of Voters; Athena; Intramural Athletic Board. WILLIAM H. R. MAC DONALD Hancock, Michigan WILLIAM CURTIS MAC DOUGALL Ann Arbor, Michigan Trigon; Phi Epsilon Kappa. FRANCES ISABEL MACK Highlan d Park, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega; Chi Delta Phi. THEODORE HERBERT MACK St. Johns, Michigan Phi Delta Theta. KENNETH HUGH MAC LEAN Cheboygan, Michigan LL.B. B.S. in Ed. A.B. A.B. B.S. in E.E. Page 126 ffi A ]EFFERV MAC MEEKIN . B.S. in M.E. Grand Rapids, Michigan Ross EWING MAC NAUGHTON . . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Theta Kappa Nu. MARY ANN MAC ROBERTS . . . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Delta Delta; Y. W. C. A., Secretary (4); Univer- sity Girls ' Glee Club, Vice-President (4) ; Players ' Club (3, 4); Junior Girls ' Play. WALTER GRIERSON MADDOCK Detroit, Michigan Phi Chi; Alpha Omega Alpha. EDWARD MADIGAN- . Lawyers ' Club. RALPH EUGENE MADISON Lambda Chi Alpha. HENRY SCOTT MAENTZ Chicago, Illinois Denver, Colorado M.D. L.LB. B.S. in Ch.E. Allegan, Michigan Kappa Sigma; Class President (4); Junior Hop Com- mittee. A.B. A.B. DOROTHY JEAN MALCOMSON Detroit? Mich igan Delta Gamma; Sigma Alpha Iota; Wyvern; Michigan- ensian (2), Jr. Editor (3); Pan Hellenic (3); Vice-Presi- dent Junior Literary Class; Judiciary Council (3); Board of Directors (3); Chairman Bazaar Committee (2); Board of Representatives (3 4). NUR MUHAMMAD MALIK ... . M.D. Sayadwala, Punjab, India Vice-President Dist. 2 (4, 5); President Cosmopolitan Club (4, 5); President Hindustan Club (5), Secretary (3); National Geographic Society (3). FELIX PAUL MALINOWSKI Hamtramck, Michigan Dental Society. CARMINE MALIZIA Grand Rapids, Michigan MILTON FRED MALLENDER Birmingham, Michigan Sigma Nu; Sigma Delta Kappa. D.D.S. B.S. in E.E. A.B. ROBERT ASA MANCHESTER . . . LL.B. Canfield, Ohio Pi Kappa Alpha; Delta Theta Phi; Barristers; Mimes; Varsity Glee Club (2); Opera (2, 3, 4). MARY CHARLOTTE MANGUS . . ... R.N. North Liberty, Indiana Class Treasurer (2). 21 -- Sr 9 jf f S) ?? iS ' -T n x r $ v ? MILDRED ALICE MANTELL . Galesburg, Michigan R.X. HOWARD M. MAPES ... . . D.D.S. Jackson, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta; Dental Society. MADELINE CONSTANCE MARGAH . . . A.B. Highland Park, Michigan Honor Council (2, 3); Junior Girls ' Play; Martha Cook Building. NELS VICTOR MARIN . . . A.B. Manistique, Michigan Phi Kappa Tau. PETER SINWAN MARK . . B.S. in M.E. Kwungtong, China FREDERIKA MARSTON . . B.S. in Ed. Chicago, Illinois Kappa Kappa Gamma; Physical Education Club; Hock- ey (2); Baseball (2); Vice-President Chi Delta Phi (4). ALFREDA MAY MARTIN Crystal Falls, Michigan Choral Union. ANN E. MARTIN Bay City, Michigan JAMES K. MARTIN .... Lancaster, Pennsylvania Phi Kappa Psi; Treasurer, Comedy Club. MARGARET MARTIN Sigma Kappa. Manheim, Pennsylvania B.M. A.B. in Ed. A.B. A.B. BESS E. MARTINDALE .... A.B. in Ed. Harbor Springs, Michigan SOLOMON CHARLES MARX KARL F. MAST . Trigon. THOMAS RUDOLPH MATHIAS Newark, New Jersey Angola, Indiana B.S. in A. A.B. B.S. in C.E. Helena, Montana Triangle; Web and Flange; Glee Club (i); Choral Union (3)- Page 128 - GEORGE SHIGERU MATSUI Honomu, Hawaii B.S. in M.E. A.B. FLORENCE ETHELYN MATTESON Muskegon, Michigan President Crop and Saddle Riding Club (3); Choral Union (2). JAMES HOYT MAXWELL ... . . Paw Paw, Michigan Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha Omega Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa. M.D. ALBERT MAYER, JR. ...... A.B. Cincinnati, Ohio Phi Sigma Delta; Swimming Team (2, 3, 4); Water Polo Team (3, 4); " M " Club; Student Committee on Athletic Affairs (2); Class Speedball (i, 2, 3, 4); Assist- ant Manager of Minor Sports (3). BONA OSBORNE MAYHEW .... Parkersburg, West Virginia Class President (2). KRUM MAZNEFF DuANE McADAM Battle Creek, Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan FLOYD EMERY MCCAFFREE Sioux Falls, South Dakota Track (2, 3, 4). RUTH JEANETTE McCANN .... Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega; Sigma Delta Phi; Glee Club; Mum- mers (1,2); Players ' Club (i, 2); Comedy Club (2, 3, 4); Masques (i, 2, 3, 4); Junior Girls ' Play. Ross CLAYTON MCCARDLE . West Chester, Pennsylvania Phi Sigma Kappa; Kappa Phi Kappa. . R.N. B.S. in Eng. . M.B.A. A.B. A.B. in Ed. A.B. FRANCES McCowEN . ... A.B. in Ed. Battle Creek, Michigan Cosmopolitan Club; Le Cercle Francais; Educational Club. MARY AGATHA McCRACKEN St. Johns, Michigan Helen Newberry Residence. A.B. in Ed- KATHLEEN McCuE Ann Arbor, Michigan Dental Hygiene M.D. GORDON JUDSON McCuRDY .... Muskegon, Michigan Nu Sigma Nu; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha. Page 120 s $f X :2 - V V? M Vs (yvk ys fig) GRACE HELEN McDoNALD Chi Omega; Portia. 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Hoivell, Michigan Martha Cook; Mortarboard; Senior Society; Athena (i, 2, 3, 4); Chairman Woman ' s League Life Membership Committee (3); Chairman House Organization Commit- tee (4); Secretary Oratorical Board (4); Junior Girls ' Play; Freshman Pageant. NAOMA M. NICHOLS Leslie, Michigan A.B. in Ed. Page 137 p- jl Cv- c ?lvl fi PAUL BRAXTON NICHOLS . . . . LL.B. Ouincy, Illinois Phi Delta Phi. ELSIE REBECCA NICHOLSON .... Ann Arbor, Michigan FRANCES RICHARDSON NICHOLSON Kalamazoo, Michigan Alpha Phi. RUTH R. NIELSON Kappa Delta. Detroit, Michigan A.B. A.B. A.B. in Ed. LOUISE MARIE NIEMANN .... A.B. in Ed. Mt. Clemens, Michigan Kappa Phi; Class Hockey (3). Lois ADA NIETHAMER Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B. in Ed. CHARLES WILLIAM NISULA . . . B.S. in E.E. Detroit, Michigan Tau Beta Pi. JESSICA E. NIXON . . . . B.S. in Ed. Highland Park, Michigan Pi Beta Phi; Physical Education Club; Hockey (3, 4); W. A. A. Board (3, 4). JOHN T. NIXON . Sigma Nu. 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Ironzvood, Michigan Kappa Beta Pi; Senior Society; Summer Michigan Daily (i); Vice-President Law Class (4); Athena (i, 2, 3, 4); Oratorical Board (4). CATHERINE ISODENE OAKLEY . . . A.B. in Ed. Miami, Florida Alpha Chi Omega; Class Archery (3); University Archery Team; Junior Girls ' Play; Committee Women ' s League Bazaar; Senior Prom Committee (4). HERBERT OBEDIN New York, New York A.B. FRANCES O ' BRIEN ..... A.B. in Ed. Battle Creek, Michigan Pi Beta Phi; Masques (3); Le Cercle Francais; Pan- Hellenic Ball Committee; Women ' s League Bazaar Com- mittee. FRANCIS THOMAS O ' BRIEN, JR. ... LL.B. Winnetka, Illinois Phi Kappa; Varsity Tennis Team (4, 5); Michigan Opera (2, 3)- MERCEDES M. O ' BRIEN . . . A.B. in Ed. Ann Arbor, Michigan Theta Phi Alpha. ROBERT BERNARD O ' BRIEN . Ann Arbor, Michigan MARGARET ELIZABETH OCKER Empire, Michigan Theta Sigma Phi; Chimes. Page 139 . M.D. A.B. in Ed. H$I V ISABEL GERTRUDE ODLE Detroit, Michigan LORING FREDERICK OEMING Mi. Clemens, Michigan Phi Mu Delta; American Society of Civil Engineers; Web and Flange. A.B. B.S. in C.E. ALLEN HARRY OGILVIE Syracuse, Kansas PHILIP O ' HANLON Omaha, Nebraska Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Alpha Delta; Barristers. A.B. LL.B. HAROLD R. OHLHEISER .... B.S. in M.E. South Wales, New York Tau Kappa Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; Vulcans; Triangles; Sigma Delta Psi; Varsity Track (2, 3, 4); Senior Class Day Committee. MILO F. OHR . - B.S. in C.E. Monroe, Michigan American Society of Civil Engineers; Web and Flange. ALVES DEEDS O ' KEEFE . . B.S. in A.E. Plymouth, Indiana MIRIAM MILDRED OLDEN . . . A.B. Akron, Ohio Phi Sigma Sigma; Delta Sigma Rho; President of Portia; Varsity Debating Team; Oratorical Board. ALEX OLENIKOFF Phi Lambda Kappa. IRWIN ALOIS OLIAN M.D. Detroit, Michigan A.B. St. Louis, Missouri Phi Sigma Delta; Michigan Daily (i, 2, 3, 4); Tennis (3, 4); " M " Club; Oratorical Association (3); All-Cam- pus Tennis Doubles Champion (i); All-Campus Hand- ball Doubles Champion (3); Press Club. BERNICE OLIN Saugatuck, Michigan LAURENCE WILLIAM OLIVER .... Three Rivers, Michigan Tau Sigma Delta; Class President (4). OLGA OLIVER Warsaw, Indiana MELVIN A. OLL . . ... Detroit, Michigan Theta Chi; Michigan Daily (i); Manager Intramural Athletics 4; Board of Directors (4). . R.N. B.S.A. A B. in Ed. A.B. Page 140 =S % A. THOMAS DUVAL OLMSTED, JR. A.B. Dillon, Montana Phi Kappa Psi; Druids; Sphinx; Michigan Daily (i, 2, 3, 4); Assistant Interscholastic Manager (3); Michigan Opera (4). CLARENCE WILMOTT OLSEN Battle Creek, Michigan M.D. RICHARD ELLSWORTH OLSEN .... B.S. in Med. Battle Creek, Michigan ETHEL Lois OLSON . . . . A.B. in Ed. Escanaba, Michigan BEATRICE VIRGINIA OMANS . . . B.S. in Mus. Ed. Ann Arbor, Michigan Pi Beta Phi; Choral Union. JAMES E. 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Hastings, Michigan Alpha Gamma Delta; Theta Sigma Phi; Michigan Daily Staff (2, 3); Freshman Pageant (i); Junior Girls ' Play Committee (3); Y. W. C. A. Committee (2, 4); Women ' s League Bazaar Committee, Chairman (4); Student Press Club (4). WARREN S. PARKER . . ... A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Sigma Phi; Opera Orchestra (i). HELEN IRENE PARMELEE ..... A.B. in Ed. Grand Rapids, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta; Women ' s Educational Club; Le Cercle Francais. FRANCES P. PARRISH .... A.B. in Ed. Battle Creek, Michigan Pi Beta Phi; President Pan-Hellenic (4); Chairman Pan- Hellenic Ball (3); Freshman Spread Committee (2); Finance Committee Senior Class; Junior Girls ' Play Committee. THAYER LEMOYNE PARRY . .... M.D. Woodsfield, Ohio Delta Kappa Epsilon; Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha Omega Alpha. JOSEPH HERBERT PARSONS Detroit, Michigan Phi Kappa Sigma. KATHARINE ESTELLE PARSONS Toledo, Ohio MARIAN JOSEPHINE PARSONS Detroit, Michigan Collegiate Sorosis. MARIE-ROSE PASQUIER LL.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. Toledo, Ohio RAY ARTHUR PATELSKI . . . B.S. in Ph. Aurora, Illinois Alpha Chi Sigma; Class President (3); Class Vice- President (2); Kappa Phi Sigma; Prescott Club (i, 2, 4). LUCIELLE MARTHA PATRICK . . Dental Hygiene Iron Mountain, Michigan WILLIAM CALVIN PATTERSON .... A.B. College Park, Maryland Sigma Phi; Sigma Delta Chi; Sphinx (3); Druids (4); Michigan Daily (i, 2, 3, 4), Summer Daily (2), Editor, Michigan Daily (4); Night Editor (3). SOUREN PAUL ..... Detroit, Michigan Winner All-Campus Checker Tournament (3). A.B. Page 142 - - +3!fc o MRS. MARY TURNER PAYNE ..... A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan MARGARET PEARCE . . ... A.B. Waukegon, Illinois Chi Omega. RUBY FLORENCE PEARCE ... . A.B. in Ed. Indianapolis, Indiana MILDRED LOUISE PECKHAM . . . A.B. in Ed. Grand Rapids, Michigan Alpha Omicron Pi; Michiganensian (2, 3); Junior Girls ' Play. H. ELLEN PEELLE . . . . . B.M. Wilmington, Ohio Delta Omicron; Choral Union; University Girls ' Glee Club. EARL WILLIAM PELLERIN . . A.B. in A.E. Detroit, Michigan STANLEY JOSEPH PELTIER ..... B.S. in Ph. Mt. Clemens, Michigan Class Treasurer (4). Louis PERENY S. A. M. E. Detroit, Michigan B.S. in Ch.E. BEAHL THEODORE PERRINE ..... LL.B. Monticello, Iowa Alpha Kappa Lambda; Delta Theta Phi; Varsity Glee Club (5); Adelphi House of Representatives. RAYMOND THOMAS PERRING . . M.B.A. in Bus. Ad. Detroit, Michigan Delta Phi; Bus. Ad. Club; Vice-President Class (4). ELEANORE LUCILLE PERRY Kappa Kappa Gamma. GERTRUDE PERRY Hillsdale, Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan Clyde, Ohio JAMES WINSTON PETERS Youngstown, Ohio DEAN WICKWIRE PERSING Sigma Nu. A.B. in Ed. A.B. in Ed. A.B. A.B. WkZWZMV C W s s= r 8?i!: i = REIMERS ADOLF PETERS . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan TORSTEN A. PETERS Helsingfors, Finland B.S. in Ch.E. A.B. ADELYN ANN PETERSON Manistique, Michigan Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (2); Freshman Spread Committee; Junior Girls ' Play Committee. RALPH DEVON PETHEL Delta Sigma Pi. Ann Arbor, Michigan GEORGE WILLIAM PEW Cheboygan, Michigan A.B. 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Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Epsilon Mu; Phi Sigma; Varsity Band (i, 2, 3); University Symphony Orchestra (2, 3); Woods Hole Scholarship. HAROLD EDWARD PINE Alpha Rho Chi. Detroit, Michigan B.A. DORA KATHARYN PINGLE ..... A.B. in Ed. Ann Arbor, Michigan EDWARD GRANT PINNEY ... . A.B. Cass City, Michigan Phi Kappa Sigma. LUTHER C. PLYMALE . . D.D.S. Highland Park, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta; Dental Society. JOHN THORBURN POLLOCK . . . B.S. in E.E. Charlevoix, Michigan Alpha Kappa Lambda. HENRY GEORGE PONCHER WILLIAM L. PONTIUS . Phi Kappa Sigma. EVELYN MARGARET POOR Chicago, Illinois Flint, Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan LEOKADYA POPOWSKA CYRUS MARION POPPEN Detroit, Michigan Sioux Center, Iowa Delta Theta Phi. WILLIAM LEWIS POSTLES Detroit, Michigan Alpha Phi Alpha; Dental Society. BENJAMIN REUBEN POTASHNIK Detroit, Michigan EUGENE BARNUM POWER Traverse City, Michigan Theta Chi. M.D. A.B. A.B. A.B. LL.B. D.D.S. A.B. A.B. fl ,, (5 C - s3s=r3K v- $fc CHARLES FREDRIC PREECE . St. Petersburg, Florida Alpha Tau Omega; Michigan Opera. A.B. MARY LOUISE PRESSLER . . - A.B. in Ed. Grand Rapids, Michigan Pi Lambda Theta; Le Cercle Francais; La Sociedad Hispanica; Women ' s Ed. Club; Kappa Phi. RICHARD JOSEPH PRESTON, JR. . . . A.B. Chicago, Illinois Theta Delta Chi; Forestry Club; Wrestling (2); Reserve Football (i, 4). ETHAN C. PREWITT ALVIN EDWIN PRICE Phi Chi. ROBERT FRANK PRICE Crawfordsville, Indiana Detroit, Michigan LL.B. M.D. A.B. Bay City, Michigan Phi Delta Theta; Druids; Underclass Dept. Michigan Union; Chairman Reception and Lecture Committee Michigan Union; Opera (2, 3); Literary College Council (4)- RUTH PRICE .... . A.B. in Ed. Grand Rapids, Michigan Pi Lambda Theta; Choral Union (2, 3, 4).; Le Cercle Francais (3, 4). ARMISTEAD SCOTT PRIDE ... . . A.B. Washington, D. C. Alpha Phi Alpha; Vice-President Negro-Caucasian Club (3); Round Table Club. WILLEM JACOBUS PRINSLOO Lindley, South Africa B.S. in E.E. MARGARET ELLEN PROBECK . . . A.B. in Ed. Archbold, Ohio Delta Delta Delta; Junior Girls ' Play; University Girls ' Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Freshman Pageant. VERNA GLADYS PROCHNOW . Ann Arbor, Michigan C. RUSSELL PRYCE . . . Ann Arbor, Michigan Acacia; Class Treasurer (4); Craftsmen Club (i, 2, 3), President (4). ALICE WUERFEL PRYOR Whitmore Lake, Michigan Delta Delta Delta. HOWARD Louis PUCKETT Detroit, Michigan A.B. A.B. A.B. B.S. Page 146 PC $ - 3!fe CLINTON EDWARD PURDY Crystal Falls, Michigan A.B. Delta Sigma Pi. MARGARET A. PURDY . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Pi Beta Phi; Mgr. Woman ' s League Orchestra; W. A. A. Board (3, 4); W. A. A. Tea Room, Manager (3, 4). LESLIE CHARLES PUTNAM .... . LL.B. Caro, Michigan Delta Theta Phi; Michigan Law Review; Michigan Daily (I, 2). HELEN MARY QUICK . A.B. in Ed. Grand Rapids, Michigan Gamma Phi Beta. ELIZABETH LEAH RABINOFF Delta Sigma Rho. J. RUSSELL RADFORD Detroit, Michigan A.B. in Ed. B.S. in A. 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EDWARD THEODORE REECE ..... A.B. Jackson, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega; Druids; Basketball (i); Varsity (3). DAVID REEL, JR. ... A.B. Youngstown, Ohio Theta Chi; Daily (2); Track (2); J-Hop Committee (3). KENNETH GARDNER REGENT River he ad, New York Alpha Nu; Press Club. A.B. PRISCILLA ALGERTA REICHERT . . . . LL.B. Erie, Pennsylvania Martha Cook Bldg. ; Kappa Beta Pi; Vice-President Class (3). MARJORIE Ross REID .... A.B. in Ed. Lumberton, New Jersey Zeta Tau Alpha; La Sociedad Hispanica. JAMES J. REILLY ...... Detroit, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta; Dental Society. D.D.S. BERTHA McLEOD REINHART . . . A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Delta Zeta; W. A. A. CHO REN Hangchou ' , China FRANCIS GALEN RENKENBERGER Youngstown, Ohio Delta Theta Phi. M.D. LL.B. WILLIAM E. RENNER . . . B.S. in M.E. Utica, New York Lambda Chi Alpha; Tau Beta Pi; Triangles; Quarterdeck. $ r F3! ROBERT B. RENWICK, JR. Delta Tau Delta. Fenton, Michigan CLAUDE D. REYNOLDS Kansas City, Kansas Lawyers ' Club; Phi Delta Chi. EUGENE STANLEY REYNOLDS Walkerville, Ontario, Canada Landscape Club. A.B. A.B. A.B. B.S. MARCUS MORTON RHOADES .... Kansas City, Missouri Phi Sigma Kappa; Phi Sigma; A. M. A. Track (2); Sophomore Prom Committee (2). MARY ELIZABETH RICE Delta Delta Delta. EDWARD RICH, JR. Phi Delta Theta. MYRENE KAREN RICH Adrian, Michigan Lansing, Michigan A.B. in Ed. B.S. in A. A.B. Ogden, Utah Alpha Chi Omega; Michiganensian (i, 2); Masques (i, 2, 3)- VIOLA RICHARD . . . . B.M. Indianola, Iowa Delta Delta Delta; Mu Phi Epsilon; Choral Union. GLADYS E. RICHARDS Saginaio, Michigan FREDERICK D. RICHARDSON Alpena, Michigan Alpha Sigma Phi. HARVEY L. RICHARDSON Adelphi. Trinidad, Colorado R.N. A.B. A.B. VERNETA LOUISE RICHARDSON . . Dental Hygiene Ubly, Michigan President Dental Hygiene Class. GEORGE WILLIAM RICHEL . ... B.S. in E.E. Alpena, Michigan DEAN MARVIN RICHMOND Ann Arbor, Michigan Galens; Varsity Band (4). M.D. Page 149 -C glfe , , REGINALD RICKETT . . B.S. in Ch.E. Brighton, Michigan Phi Lambda Upsilon; American Institute Chemical Engineering. PAUL DOUGLAS RICKMAN ...... M.B.A. Kalamazoo, Michigan Delta Sigma Pi; Secretary Business Ad. Class (4); Chair- man Invitation Committee (5). DOROTHY Lou RIGTERINK Grand Rapids, Michigan Delta Gamma. A.B. in Ed. THERON GRAYDON RILEY . . . B.S. in Aero. E. Flint, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon. WILLIAM H. RILEY ... . D.D.S. Grant, Michigan Psi Omega; Dental Society; Secretary Class (4); Chair- man Class Pictures (4). JOHN W. RIMBACH . . . . D.D.S. Easton, Pennsylvania Dental Society. ROBERT TREAT RINEAR ..... LL.B. Cleveland, Ohio Alpha Delta Phi; Law Review; Barristers. LOUISE E. RITTENHOUSE ...... A.B. Cheboygan, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta; Chimes; Masques Secretary (4); Junior Girls ' Play (3); Pan-Hellenic Ball, Chairman of Programs (4)- MADRA E. Rix B.S. in Mus. Three Rivers, Michigan Choral Union (3, 4); Girls ' Glee Club (3, 4); Junior Girls ' Play (3). FRANKLIN EVANS ROACH Choral Union. Wheaton, Illinois B.S. LL.B. A.B. JOHN MANLEY ROBBINS ..... Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania ELLIOTT CARSTENS ROBERTS ..... Grand Rapids, Michigan Delta Chi; Michiganensian (2, 3), Fraternity Editor (3); Michigan Union (2, 3). Louis ROBERTSON . ... A.B. Chevy Chase, Maryland Delta Tau Delta; Michigamua (4); Michiganensian (i, 2, 3, 4), Managing Editor (4); Students Directory (2, 3, 4), Managing Editor (4); Committee of Conduct of Courses. WILLIAM JAMES ROBERTSON . . . A.B. Romeo, Michigan Pi Kappa Phi; Union Opera Orchestra (2); Varsity Band (2); University Symphony (2). Page 150 7 -- %f - Louis ALFRED ROBILLARD . . B.S. in M.E. Grand Mere, Canada SIDNEY LEON ROBIN . . ,_ J.D. Chicago, Illinois Sigma Alpha Mu; Phi Beta Kappa; Memorial Com- mittee; Michigan Law Review. ARCHIE WALTER ROBINSON .... Detroit, Michigan Michigan Daily (3), Humor Editor (4). LEWIS NOBLE ROBINSON Salt Lake City, Utah Chi Phi; Michigan Daily (i, 2). REMUS GRANT ROBINSON Alpha Phi Alpha. DORIS M. ROBISON Pi Beta Phi. 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Benton PI arbor, Michigan Prescott Club. JACOB FILMORE SAVELA . . . B.S. in E.E. Mass, Michigan MARIAN SAVIDGE Reed City, Michigan A.B. in Ed. RAYMOND RAYCROFT SAWIN . . B.S. in E. Stanford, Connecticut American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Rifle Club. CHARLES D. SAWYER Port Chester, New York A.B. Sigma Phi Epsilon. MILDRED SCAMAHORNE .... A.B. in Ed. Steubenville, Ohio Zeta Tau Alpha; Class Vice-President (4); Junior Girls ' Play. HUBERT RICHARD SCHADDELEE Grand Rapids, Michigan Phi Sigma Kappa. NATHAN SCHAFFER Phi Delta Epsilon. GEORGE HENRY SCHEFFLER . Newark, New Jersey Chicago, Illinois A.B. B.S. B.S. GEORGE MILTON SCHELLER . . . B.S. in C.E. Buffalo, New York Web and Flange; American Society of Civil Engineers. ELEANOR EDITH SCHER . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Epsilon Phi; Sociology Club (4); Mummers. ROBERT P. SCHERER . . ... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Sigma Chi. CHARLES TOMPKINS SCHIEMAN, JR. . . . B.S. in M.E. Arlington, New Jersey Tau Beta Pi; Michigan Daily (3); American Society of Mechanical Engineers. CELIA HAZEL SCHLAFER .... A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan X 155 s N PAUL FREDERICK SCHLANDERER . . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Mu Alpha; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Kappa Kappa Psi; Manager Varsity Band (3, 4). LAUREN WALTER SCHLEH Ann Arbor, Michigan ELAINE ALLEN SCHNALL A.B. . Ph.C. Wauseon, Ohio Kappa Delta Rho; Kappa Kappa Psi; Prescott Club (i, 2, 3, 4); Class Treasurer (2); Varsity Band (i, 2, 3, 4). OTTO JOHN SCHNEEBELI .... Lancaster, Pennsylvania JACK HAROLD SCHNEIDER Detroit, Michigan A.B. LL.B. SOLL JAINA SCHNITZ ....... LL.B. Chicago, Illinois Tau Epsilon Rho; Lawyers ' Club; Michigan Daily (2); Mens ' Educational Club (2). FRANK K. SCHOENFELD . . . B.S. in Ch.E. Toledo, Ohio Alpha Chi Sigma; Daily (2, 3), Publication Manager Summer Daily (3). GLADYS MARGARET SCHRADER . . . A.B. in Ed. Plymouth, Michigan Chi Omega; Sigma Alpha Iota; Junior Girls ' Play. KATHRYN LAUER SCHRAUDER . . A.B. in Ed. Monroe, Michigan Theta Phi Alpha; Student Press Club (4); Chi Delta Phi (2,3,4); Student Directory (3); Secretary Mummers; Masques (2, 3, 4); Junior Girls ' Play. JOHN B. SCHRAVESAND . . East Grand Rapids, Michigan Phi Sigma Kappa; Druid; Track. A.B. ARTHUR CORNELIUS SCHRIER . . . B.S. in C.E. Kalamazoo, Michigan ARTHUR JAMES SCHROEDER .... Grosse Point, Michigan Delta Sigma Pi. EMMA PEARL SCHROUDER Ionia, Michigan ROLAND K. SCHUHOLZ ..... Detroit, Michigan Tau Sigma Delta; Class Secretary (4). . A.B. . R.N. B.S. in A. Page Ij6 : %$ % r- ?$ ALFRED Louis SCHULTZ . . . M.D. Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Kappa Kappa; Phi Epsilori Kappa; Phi Sigma; Baseball (2, 3); President Freshman Class; " M " Club; V. F. W. ARTHUR BERNHARDT SCHULTZ . . . B.S. in A.E. Detroit, Michigan Aero. Society. JOHN WILLIAM SCHULTZ ..... B.S. in C.E. Detroit, Michigan Acacia; American Chem. Society. CARL HENRY SCHUMACHER . Detroit, Michigan Hermitage. A.B. MATTIE ELIZABETH SCHUMANN .... A.B. in Ed. Cleveland, Ohio Junior Advisor. EDGAR GERARD SCHUMM La Porte, Indiana Chi Phi; Michigan Daily (i, 2). A.B. JACOB B. SCHWARTZ ...... A.B. in Ed. Benton Harbor, Michigan MARGARET ADELAIDE SCHWARTZ . Monroe, Michigan A.B. PEARL SCHWARTZ Ann Arbor, Michigan ROSE VIVIEN SCHWARTZ Detroit, Michigan Dental Hygiene A.B. VIVIAN CAROLINE SCHWARZ . . . . A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan HELEN DOROTHY SCHWIMMER Detroit, Michigan President Y. W. C. A. (4). R.N. CATHERINE ISABEL SCOTT . . . A.B. in Ed. Rochester, Michigan Kappa Delta; Athena; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (4); Kappa Phi. MARY WILDA SCOTT . . . A.B. in Ed. Washington, Pennsylvania Chi Omega. o Page 157 -- a r v HAROLD Ross SCRIMGEOUR . Detroit, Michigan HELEN SCRYMGEOUR Detroit, Michigan University Girls ' Glee Club; Choral Union; Junior Girls ' Play. HAROLD SEAGLE Kappa Nu. ROBERT I. SEALBY Worcester, Massachusetts Marine City, Michigan Sigma Phi Epsilon; Xi Psi Phi; Dental Society; Dental Student Council (4). A.B. A.B. LL.B. D.D.S. B.A. MARGARET ELIZABETH SEAMAN Highland Park, Michigan Kappa Alpha Theta; Senior Class Picture Committee; Junior Class Social Committee; Michiganensian Lower Staff (3); Junior Girls ' Play Committee; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3); Chairman Women ' s League Bazaar Com- mittee (3). HELEN SEARIGHT . . . A.B. Hatboro, Pennsylvania Pi Beta Phi; W. A. A. (i, 3, 4); Junior Girls ' Play. GORDON EDWARD SEAVOY . . . B.S. in C.E. L ' Anse, Michigan Phi Delta Chi. GLENN FREDERIC SEEBA Lambda Chi Alpha. Ludington, Michigan A.B. A.B. DOROTHY AILEEN SEEBER Saginau ' , Michigan Martha Cook Bldg.; Pi Lambda Theta; Portia Literary Society. ELMER ARNOLD SEEGER MILES GAY SEELEY Theta Chi. LAURENCE SEGAR Varsity Glee Club (3, 4). Bliss field, Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan Detroit, Michigan A.B. A.B. M.D. A.B. HARRY EVERSON SEIDELL .... Kirkwood, Missouri Sigma Zeta; Pipe and Cane Committee (4); Interfrater- nity Council (4); Republican Club (3, 4). FRANCIS PETER SEIDER Springville, New York A.B. 4 Page 158 C - x- ROSLYN SELKER Cleveland Heights, Ohio DORRIS HELEN SELLECK A.B. A.B. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Omicron Pi; Phi Delta Chi, Treasurer (4); Masques (3); Mummers (3); Players Club (3); Junior Girls ' Play Cast; Junior Girls ' Play Committee. HENRY LEROY SELMEIER ..... A.B. in Ed. Louisville, Kentucky Delta Alpha Epsilon; Phi Delta Kappa; Oratorical Board (4); J-Hop Committee (3); Kappa Phi Sigma; Men ' s Educational Club. ARTHUR DENTON SEYBOLD . ... M.D. Albion, Michigan Sigma Nu; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha. MAURICE J. SHADDEN Tau Epsilon Phi. Expedit, Pennsylvania BERKELEY ROWE SHAKER Huntington, West Firginia Chi Beta Phi. RICHARD JAMES SHAULL Delta Theta Phi. CHARLOTTE SHAW Adelia Cheever House. HELEN K. SHAW Charlotte, Michigan LL.B. B.S. in E.E. A.B. Detroit, Michigan A.B. in Lib. Sc. Grand Rapids, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta; Junior Girls ' Play. MARY AGNES SHAW Phi Beta Kappa. ROBERT ROEDER SHAW Nyack, New York A.B. A.B. A.B. Nyack, New York WAYNE EDWARD SHAWAKER . LL.B. Toledo, Ohio Lawyers ' Club; Gargoyle (2); Class Secretary (5); La Sociedad Hispanica (2, 3, 4, 5, 6). P. L. SHAWLEY Ypsilanti, Michigan American Institute of Electrical Engineers. B.S. in E.E. B.M. DOROTHY HELEN SHAY Ann Arbor, Michigan President of Student League of Matinee Musical; Mem- bership Chairman of Symphonic League. X. 9C STEWART JOSEPH SHEFF Massena, New York Delta Sigma Pi. A.B. AGNES HARRIET SHELDON . ... A.B. Hastings, Michigan Chi Omega; Wyvern; Women ' s Feature Editor Michi- ganensian (3); Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Junior Girls ' Plav. HORACE WARD SHELDON Negaunee, Michigan Alpha Chi Rho. RONALD R. SHELTERS Kalamazoo, Michigan HARRIET LOLITA SHEPPARD Owosso, Michigan LEONA SHERMAN ...... Detroit, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta; Masques; Mummers. . A.B. A.B. in Ed. A.B. B.S. in Ed. A.B. MARGARET LOUISE SHERMAN Detroit, Michigan Sigma Kappa; Student Press Club (4); Theta Sigma Phi (3); Mummers (2); Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; University Girls ' Glee Cfub (3); Junior Girls ' Play. LUCINDA JANE SHERWOOD Gamma Phi Beta. Grand Haven, Michigan FRANCIS CAMERON SHIEL . Hills dale, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega. LOUISE ADELE SHIER Martha Cook Building. WILLIAM HENRY SHIER ETHEL SHIFTMAN Detroit, Michigan Detroit, Michigan Detroit, Michigan . A.B. B.S. in C.E. . A.B. B.S. in E.E. A.B. in Ed. A.B. CHARLENE ELIZABETH SHILAND Port Huron, Michigan Betsy Barbour House; Chairman of Make-Up Com- mittee Junior Girls ' Play; Wyvern; Senior Society; Chairman Judiciary Council of Women ' s League (4); Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Chimes (2); Chairman of Y. W. C. A. Community Service (3). CHARLES WESLEY SHILLING Upland, Indiana M.D. Page 160 I r- c ia g X FREDERICK H. SHILLITO . . . A.B. Kalamazoo, Michigan Michigan Daily (i, 2, 3, 4), Assistant City Editor (3), News Editor (4); Freshman Handbook (2, 3); Sport Editor (2); Managing Editor (3); Summer Daily Night Editor (3); Secretary S. C. A. (4); Cabinet (2, 3, 4); Frosh Frolic Committee; Freshman Track. MAXINE ROSA SHINKMAN Grand Rapids, Michigan A.B. JOSEPH HARRY SHIPMAN . . . A.B. Binghamton, New York Kappa Delta Rho; Atkinson Prize Speaking Contest (3); Varsity Reserve Squad Track (2, 3); Treasurer Players ' Club (3); Glee Club (3). RALPH WILLIAM SHOOK Fulton, Michigan Theta Kappa Psi; Choral Union. M.D. MAURICE J. SHORR . . . A.B. Chicago, Illinois Pi Lambda Phi; Varsity Swimming (3, 4); Class Publicity Committee (4). MARION ISABEL SHORTS Kent City, Michigan DOROTHY ANN SHULZE Delta Gamma. Fort Wayne, Indiana MARGARET M. SHULZE A.B. in Ed. A.B. A.B. Fort Wayne, Indiana BURTON B. SIBLEY ..... . LL.B. Ionia, Michigan Phi Delta Phi; Delta Sigma Rho; Barristers; Michigan Law Review; Mid-West Debate (3); Michigan-Oxford Debate (4). BETTY RUTH SICKLES .... B.M. Flint, Michigan Sigma Alpha Iota; Choral Union; Girls ' Glee Club. THOMAS DAVID SIDWELL . . . . B.S. in M.E. Port Jervis, New York Michigan Technic (2, 3) ; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. BELLE SIEGEL . Martha Cook Bldg. DOROTHY SIGLER Cleveland, Ohio Chicago, Illinois Martha Cook Bldg.; Kappa Phi; Y. W. C. A. LAWRENCE SHEPHERD SILVER Detroit, Michigan A.B. A.B. in Ed. A.B. Page 161 S 7r- g-C %f c HOWARD DELMAR SILVERMAN Cleveland, Ohio Tau Epsilon Phi. SAMUEL JACOB SILVERSTEIN . Phi Lambda Kappa. WALTER EDWIN SIMMONS Detroit, Michigan Willard, Ohio MARY ELIZABETH SIMPSON ..... Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Gamma Mu; Scalpel (3). ROBERT SYDNEY SIMPSON .... Ann Arbor, Michigan Les Voyageurs. WILTON ALEXANDER SIMPSON ..... Chicago, Illinois Hermitage; Sigma Delta Chi; Chimes (3); Michigan Daily (i, 2, 3, 4), Sports Editor (4); Wrestling (i, 2). HARRY MARSH SINCLAIR, JR. Toledo, Ohio Alpha Chi Rho; Varsity Wrestling (2). A.B. A.B. A.B. R.N. M.D. A.B. A.B. JANET KELLOGG SINCLAIR ..... A.B. in Ed. Toledo, Ohio Zeta Tau Alpha; Theta Sigma Phi; Michigan Daily (2, 3); Chimes (2); Le Cercle Francais. STUART HAROLD SINCLAIR Chicago, Illinois Kappa Sigma. ISIDOR SlNGERMAN ROLAND A. SKEEL Alpha Chi Rho. JOHN SKLAR Detroit, Michigan Cleveland, Ohio A.B. M.D. A.B. LL.B. Detroit, Michigan Tau Epsilon Rho; Michigan Law Review; Boxing (2, 3). JAMES HOBART SLATTERY . Chicago, Illinois Lawyers ' Club. GRETCHEN GRAY SLAWSON Cleveland, Ohio LL.B. A.B. in Ed. Pag ' . s j a a K - y c Sf JJL PETER J. SLAZINSKI . Detroit, Michigan Sigma Delta Sigma; Dental Society. CLARENCE CHARLES SLOCUM Grand Rapids, Michigan Le Cercle Francais. FRANCES MARIE SLOOTER Grand Rapids, Michigan La Sociedad Hispanica (3). LESTER ERVINE SLOSBURG Pi Lambda Phi. RONALD M. SMEATON Omaha, Nebraska Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Delta Theta; Sigma Gamma Epsilon. D.D.S. A.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. BRAINARD PRYOR SMITH Flint, Michigan Beta Theta Pi; Michigan Daily (i); Michigan Union Opera (2). C. EDWARD SMITH . . ... A.B. Chatham, Ontario Delta Chi; Mimes; Michigan Opera (2); Choral Union (2, 3). CYNTHIA BERRY SMITH . . . A.B. in Bus. Ad. Ann Arbor, Michigan Mortarboard; Secretary Y. W. C. A. (i); Chairman Conference Committee (4); President Y. W. C. A. (5); Vice-President, Cosmopolitan Club (3); Athena (4). EBERLE MINARD SMITH ELLEN SMITH ERNESTINE L. SMITH Detroit, Michigan A.B. in A.E. New York, New York Dental Hygiene A.B. in Ed. Traverse City, Michigan Educational Club; Choral Union; Y. W. C. A. FERRIS MAC ARTHUR SMITH . B.S. in Aero. E. Elmira, New York Tau Kappa Epsilon; Sigma Delta Psi; Track (i). F. GERALD SMITH Alpha Kappa Lambda. Detroit, Michigan FLORENCE MARION SMITH Fruitport, Michigan Cosmopolitan Club; Press Club. A.B. A.B. Page 163 FRANK C. SMITH Flint, Michigan FREDERICK VERNON SMITH Ionia, Michigan Lawyers ' Club; Alpha Nu (3, 4). A.B. A.B. HARRIETTS C. SMITH . . . A.B. Denver, Colorado Helen Newberry Residence; Michigan Daily; Westerners ' Club; Junior Girls ' Play. JAMES WALTER SMITH . . . . B.S. in C.E. Lock Haven, Pennsylvania Sigma Alpha Epsilon. KATHERINE ELIZABETH SMITH . . A.B. in Lib. Sc. Birmingham, Michigan LESTER SHERALD SMITH ...... A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Tau Delta Phi; Gargoyle (i, 2, 3); Senior Auditing Com- mittee; Michigan Union Opera. LOREN REED SMITH .... B.S. in E.E. Albion, Michigan MARGARET MILDRED SMITH . . . . A.B. Denver, Colorado Helen Newberry Residence; Senior Society; Michigan Dailv; Westerners ' Club. MARY JANE SMITH Harbor Springs, Michigan Business Manager Scalpel (4). R.N. ROBERT JOHN SMITH ...... B.S. in C.E. Toledo, Ohio American Society of Civil Engineers. RUSSELL ELROY SMITH .... B.S. in E.E. Jackson, Michigan RUTH SMITH Toledo, Ohio B.S. in Ed. STANLEY L. SMITH ...... D.D.S. Massena, New York Xi Psi Phi; Dental Society; President Dental Society (4). WAYNE ANSON SMITH Tau Kappa Epsilon. Petoskey, Michigan A.B. Page 164 ,s 5 r c ss WA 3 WtLNj) f W. TRACY SMITH Nu Sigma Nu. NORMA ELIZABETH SNELL Grand Rapids, Michigan M.D. A.B. in Ed. Utica, New York Delta Delta Delta; Wyvern; Athena (i, 2); University Girls ' Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Junior Girls ' Play; Freshman Pageant. LEEMAN SNODGRAS Alpha Kappa Kappa. Ann Arbor, Michigan M.D. JOSEPHINE MARGUERITE SNYDER Onekama, Michigan Class Secretary-Treasurer (4); Student Council (4). R.N. ROSCOE HOWE SNYDER Sigma Pi; Phi Beta Pi. NANCE SOLOMON Bay City, Michigan M.D. A.B. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Epsilon Phi; Daily (3, 4); Choral Union (3); Junior Girls ' Play. SAM SORKIN Phi Lambda Kappa. E. CLIFFORD SOULTS Phi Chi. ROBERT HENRY SOUTHCOMBE Alpha Kappa Kappa; Galens. CALVIN N. SOUTHER . Spokane, Washington Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Alpha Delta. CHARLES JOSEPH SPAULDING Ann Arbor, Michigan Michigan Union Opera (i); Michigan-Erie Club. Flint, Michigan Great Bend, New York Suite, Montana A.B. M.D. M.D. A.B. A.B. D.D.S. BENJAMIN SPECTOR Newark, New Jersey Alpha Omega; Dental Society; Assistant Manager of Minor Sports (2). ARTHUR E. SPENCER, JR. Delta Chi. Joplin, Missouri LL.B. A.B. DOROTHY MAR,Y SPENCER Jackson, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega; Junior Girls ' Play; Freshman Spread. Page 165 O $s- $$ r -- C %f S J. AVERY SPENCER Phi Beta Pi. CARLETON FRANCIS SPIES South Haven, Michigan Marshall, Michigan MAYNARD EDWIN SPROUL Kalamazoo, Michigan JAMES ALLEN SPROWL . Lansing, Michigan Alpha Chi Rho; Delta Theta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Michigan Daily (i, 2). A.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. MYRLE EDWARD ST. AUBIN . . Mi. Clemens, Michigan Business Administration Club; Treasurer of J-Hop Com- mittee; Mt. Clemens Club. RAYMOND F. STAEBLER Dental Society. Ann Arbor, Michigan GEORGE HENDRICKSON STALKER Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Theta Phi; Barristers. HAWLEY EDWARD STARK Cleveland, Ohio Pi Kappa Alpha; Delta Theta Phi. ALICE LUETTA STARKWEATHER . Kalamazoo, Michigan D.D.S. LL.B. A.B. A.B. PAUL STARRETT ....... B.S. in A. Winnetka, Illinois Sigma Phi; Swimming (2, 3, 4); Class President (l); Treasurer (2); Chairman Union Fathers ' Day (3). E. MILTON STAUB . .... A.B. Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan Kappa Delta Rho; Phi Beta Pi; Players ' Club (3, 4); Treasurer (4); Student Christian Association (3). HAROLD EDWIN STEDMAN ...... M.D. Grand Rapids, Michigan Phi Chi. CAROLINE STEEN . . ... A.B. Joliet, Illinois Gamma Phi Beta; Junior Girls ' Play; Rifle (3, 4). JOHN PAUL STEFAN . . . . B.S. in Eng. Grand Rapids, Michigan Page 166 SL r- 3fc ' - 6 BYRON CLIFFORD STEFFELD Phi Chi. Saginaw, Michigan A.B. EARL WILLIAM STEFFES . . . B.S. in A. Detroit, Michigan Phi Kappa. WILLIAM JOHN STELLWAGEN .... Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B. EDWARD ALEXANDER STEPHEN . . A.M. in Bus. Ad. Port Huron, Michigan GERTRUDE STEPHEN Vassar, Michigan CHARLOTTE BLANCK STEPHENS Detroit, Michigan LEIGHTON L. STEPHENS Trigon; Tennis (3, 4). Detroit, Michigan A.B. A.B. A.B. ROBERT ALDEN STEPHENS . . . A.B. in Ed. Sandusky, Ohio Wrestling (2, 3). HELEN A. G. STEPHENSON Delta Omicron; Choral Union. Detroit, Michigan B.M. ALBERT MILTON STERN ..... LL.B. Allegan, Michigan Phi Sigma Delta; Delta Sigma Rho; Adelphi; Varsity Debate (3, 4); Reserve Football (2). S. ALBERT STERN . ... Glencoe, Illinois Phi Epsilon Pi; Michigan Daily (i, 2). A.B. Detroit, Michigan A.B. A.B. WILLIAM HENRY STERN Sigma Alpha Mu. ETHEL P. STEVENSON . Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta; Junior Girls ' Play. HOWARD RICHARD STEVENSON . . . B.S. in E.E. Detroit, Michigan Delta Alpha Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; Triangles; Vulcans. V P Page 167 J - s - c $f T EDWARD SCHAAD STIMSON . Columbus, Ohio Delta Theta Phi; Law Review. SUSAN LEONA STIVERSON Hudson, Michigan Scalpel; Class President (i); Y. W. C. A. FORD STODDARD LL.B. R.N. A.B. JPilmettf, Illinois Phi Sigma Kappa; Athletic Committee (3); Opera (3). KEITH CROWL STONE ... Ann Arbor, Michigan Sigma Pi; Sigma Delta Chi; Student Press Club. MARION CLAYTON STONE Jackson, Michigan Business Administration Club. VOLNEY EDWARD STOREY Shabbona, Illinois A.B. M.B.A. A.B. MARIAN FLORINE STORREY ..... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Kappa Alpha Theta; Mummers; Junior Girls ' Play. FRANK C. STRACHAN ..... Colorado Springs, Colorado Phi Delta Theta; Opera (4). HAROLD EUGENE STRICKER Tau Kappa Epsilon. WILLARD GILBERT STRICKLAND Theta Kappa Nu. Bucyrus, Ohio Hart, Michigan A.B. A.B. A.B. in Ed. R.N. GRACIA LORRAINE STRONG . Rockford, Michigan Class President (i), Vice-President (4); Scalpel Staff (4); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3); Choral Union (3, 4). KENITH G. STRU NK . Hermitage. . B.S. in Aero. Eng. Detroit, Michigan ALFRED PARKER STUART Marshall, Michigan Sigma Delta Kappa. LOWELL S. STUMP New Paris, Indiana A.B. LL.B. HARLEY LORRAINE STUNTZ JR. Chicago Illinois Alpha Sigma Phi; Adelphi Chimes (i). A.B. STELLA M. STUROS . . B.S. in Ed. Laurium, Michigan Martha Cook; Class Hockey Team (i, 2, 3, 4); Class Basketball (i, 2, 3); Class Baseball (i, 2, 3); University Women ' s Rifle Team (3, 4); Rifle Manager W. A. A. (4); Junior Girls ' Play; Choral Union (4); Physical Education (i, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (3). BERNICE E. SUKOW Sturgis, Michigan Delta Omicron; Choral Union. CARL S. SULLIVAN . Detroit, Michigan Phi Sigma; Dental Society. EVELYN MARY SULLIVAN Flint, Michigan HARRY JAMES SULLIVAN McKeesport, Pennsylvania B.M. . D.D.S. B.M. A.B. MONROE SULLIVAN, JR. Grand Rapids, Michigan Psi Omega; Dental Society. ROBERT J. SULLIVAN .... Fredonia, New York LUDWIG WEBSTER SUNDQUIST Muskegon, Michigan HAROLD WILLIAM SURBROOK Jackson, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi. ROYDEN TATSUO SUSUMAGO . Honomu, Hawaii Choral Union (3, 4); Glee Club (4). RICHARD LIGHTBURN SUTTON, JR. Kansas City, Missouri Phi Delta Theta; Phi Rho Sigma; Phi Sigma. CARL WALTER SWANSON Alpha Kappa Kappa. Calumet, Michigan PHILIP WILLIAM SWARTWOUT Marshall, Michigan Sigma Phi Epsilon. D.D.S. . A.B. A.B. A.B. B.M. B.S. M.D. A.B. Page 160 X S8 S!- JS- f +tifas ez- jg LOUIS J. SWARTZ . . . . Detroit, Michigan Phi Beta Delta; Dental Society. JOSEPH A. SWEENEY ... Mount Pleasant, Michigan Psi Omega; Dental Society. ARTHUR PAUL SWEET Phi Delta Kappa. WENDELL H. SWEET Orion, Michigan Grand Rapids, Michigan Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Sigma Phi. CHARLES ROBERT SWINEHART Rochester, Indiana Theta Chi; Editor, Gargoyle. D.D.S. D.D.S. A.B. in Ed. M.D. A.B. FRANCES MARIE SWITZENBERG . . . . " A.B. in M. Allegan, Michigan Delta Omicron; Girls ' Glee Club (2, 3, 4), Business Manager (4); Choral Union (2, 3, 4); Symphonic League. EDWIN STITT TAIT Detroit, Michigan A.B. GARLAND DAVISSON TAIT . . . A.B. Battle Creek, Michigan Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Alpha Delta; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Band (2, 3). 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DOROTHY BLASEN TISCH Grand Rapids, Michigan Pi Beta Phi; Pi Lambda Theta; Le Cercle Francais, President (4). JOHN DAVID TODD Beaumont, Texas Kappa Delta Rho; Sigma Gamma Epsilon. A.B. ALVIN WILLIAM TOLLE ..... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Sigma Phi Epsilon; Chairman Entertainment Committee Michigan Union (2); Michigan Chimes Business Staff (2); Varsity Cheerleader (2); Chairman Social Commit- tee (i); Chairman " Frosh Frolic " (i); Michigan Union Opera (2); Fall Games Committee (3, 4). WARD C. TOLLZIEN . . . . . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Beta Theta Pi; Mimes (3); Druids (4); Michigan Opera (2, 3, 4); General Chairman (4). FLOSSIE ANNE TOMKINSEN . . A.B. in Ed. Clio, Michigan Adelia Cheever House; Women ' s Educational Club. SOPHIA ANN TOMMASON Lauriun, Michigan B.S. Page 172 - J c: 5j2 !fe=-ii s r - %f ' M. DEAN TONNELIER ... Benton Harbor, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega; Dental Society. HARRY A. TOPCIK ..... Detroit, Michigan Alpha Omega; Dental Society. WILLIS EDWARD TOPPER .... 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WAGNER Nashville, Michigan Kalamawo, Michigan HOWARD E. WAHRENBROCK Kansas Cit , Missouri R.N. B.S. in Ed. J.D. CORNELIA FRANCES WALKER . . . A.B. in Ed. Fowler, Indiana Zeta Tau Alpha; Spanish Club (3); Honor Council (3). EDWIN WITHERBY WALKER . B.S. in Aero. Eng. Brockport, New York Gym T eam (4); Treasurer Aero Eng. Society; Treasurer Balloon Club; Society of Automotive Engineers; Ameri- can Society of Mechanical Engineers (5). HARRY CARL WALKER . B.S. in Geodesy and Surveying Elgin, Illinois Varsity Glee Club (3). AUGUST S. WALKOWSKI .... Bessemer, Michigan Phi Beta Pi; Gogebic Range Club. WILLIAM VINCENT WALLACE Utica, New York Delta Upsilon. KLYVER ALFRED WALLEN Michigan Technic (2). LUCILLE WALSH Ewen, Michigan M.D. M.D. A.B. in Ed. A.B. Grand Ledge, Michigan Delta Gamma; Wyvern; Mortarboard; Inlander; Hockey (I, 2, 3 , 4); Rine (I, 2, 3). LAVERNE WILLIAM VALTMAN Peru, Illinois ROBERT CLARK WALTON Hastings, Michigan Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WILLIAM CLARE WALZ Sigma Nu. TA-Sui WANG Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. in Municipal Administration Anhwei, China 5 Page 777 -- ffi 3fc MARGARET ELLEN WARD ... . A.B. Freeland, Michigan STUART H. WARD . . D.D.S. St. Johns, Michigan Psi Omega; Dental Society; Class Secretary (3); Chair- man Program Committee; Chairman Invitation Com- mittee (4); Union Dance Committee (3). CHARLOTTE LOUISE ARDELL . . . A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan EDNA MARY WARNER . . . . . A.B. in Ed. Ann Arbor, Michigan Le Cercle Francais; Junior Girls ' Play. CHARLES FORD WARREN . ... A.B. Brooklyn, New York Chi Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. W T ILLIAM ALFRED WARRICK, JR. . . . . . A.B. Flint, Michigan Beta Theta Pi; Sphinx; Michigamua; Mimes; Michigan- ensian Art Editor; Cheerleader Captain; Student Coun- cil; Wrestling (2); Michigan Union Opera. SAME SEIICHI W T ASHIZUKA . . B.S. in A. Seattle, Washington THADDEUS FRANCIS WASIELEWSKI . . . A.B. Milwaukee, Wisconsin Daily (3, 4), Summer Daily (3). HENRY COLLINS WASS ..... M.D. Port Huron, Michigan M. ELAINE WASSINK ... ... A.B. Sunfield, Michigan Alpha Delta; Secretary Mandolin Club (3); Spanish Club (3, 4). DORIS MARJORIE WATKINS . . A.B. in Lib.Sc. Milford, Michigan SAMUEL TYLER WATSON ...... A.B. Reading, Michigan Phi Gamma Delta; Druids; Sphinx; Blue Key; Michigan- ensian Editorial (i, 2, 3); Michiganensian Feature Editor (3); Cheerleader (3); Student Council (4). MAC EACHERN WATTERWORTH Port Huron, Michigan A.B. HERBERT PROSSER WATTS . . . . B.S. in A. Adrian, Michigan Psi Upsilon; Tau Sigma Delta; Treasurer of Arch. Society (3). - r C - JSfs gs c A JAMES J. WEADOCK, JR. ... A.B. Lima, Ohio Sigma Delta Kappa; Barristers; Cheerleader (i, 2, 3); Chairman Senior Law Social Committee. DAVID MERRILL WEEKS South Bend, Indiana Alpha Kappa Kappa; Track (3, 4). IRMA KATHERINE WEIDMAN AMELIA WEIGER Ann Arbor, Michigan Grand Rapids, Michigan Louis ARTHUR WEIL, JR. Port Huron, Michigan SIDNEY WEINGARDEN EDWIN LOWELL WEIR Detroit, Michigan Indianapolis, Indiana LER.OY RICHARD WEIS Sigma Alpha Mu. ABRAHAM WEISBERG Chicago, Illinois Detroit, Michigan JOSEPH M. WEISS, JR. Highland Park, Michigan Kappa Nu. AARON WEISWASSER . Boxing (2); Swimming. WILMA JUNE WELCH MARVIN J. WELFELD Phi Epsilon Pi. WALTER CARL WELKE Detroit, Michigan Ashtabula, Ohio Chicago, Illinois . M.D. . A.B. A.B. . A.B. . A.B. . A.B. J.D. . A.B. A.B. . LL.B. . R.X. A.B. . B.M. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Alpha " Epsilon Mu; Varsity Glee Club (3, 4); Varsity Band (3, 4); Symphony Orchestra (i, 2, 3, 4); Choral Union (i, 2, 3, 4). fat 4 W f - ' ? % ft OT5 S ) C ;: - rCSl2$ S =rVC3 j - ? C fa Sr- % g . ' V QuiNCY WlNTHROP WELLINGTON . . B.S. in M.E. Corning, New York Theta Delta Chi; Triangles (3); Vulcans (4); Technic (i). HUGH WELLMEIER Chi Psi; Xu Sigma Nu. MARYON ETTA WELLS Dayton, Ohio Detroit, Michigan MASON LINDSAY WELLS Theta Delta Chi. ROY FREDERICK WELLS Benton Harbor, Michigan M.D. A.B. A.B. A.B. Athens, Michigan Alpha Epsilon Mu; Kappa Kappa Psi; Le Cercle Fran- cais (3, 4); Varsity Band (i, 2, 3); President Varsity Band (4); Treasurer Le Cercle Francais; Director Alpha Epsilon Mu. OLIVE MABLE WERNER Lake Linden, Michigan GERALD MARION WERTZ Knightstown, Indiana Acacia; Kappa Phi Sigma; Craftsman Club (4). LESLIE JOHN WESSINGER Sigma Phi Epsilon. JEAN R. WESTBROOK RUTH VANBUREN WESTERVELT Ann Arbor, Michigan R.N. A.B. A.B. Croswell, Michigan Detroit, Michigan EDWARD ANTHONY WESTIN Newberry, Michigan Delta Theta Phi. RICHARD B. WESTNEDGE Theta Delta Chi. DOROTHY WHEELER Kalamawo, Michigan Saginaiv, Michigan Dental Hygiene . A.B. LL.B. . A.B. . A.B. D.D.S. DON CARLOS WHEELER . ... Detroit, Michigan Psi Omega; Dental Society; Secretary Dental Society (4); Craftsmen Club. Page iSo PC O $ 3!fa r CHANDLER HENRY WHIPPLE . . A.B. Jackson, Michigan Pi Kappa Phi; Sigma Delta Chi; Michigan Daily (i, 2), Xight Editor Summer Daily (3); Inlander (4). VIRGINIA IDELLE WHIPPLE . A.B. in Ed. Jackson, Michigan La Sociedad Hispanica (3, 4); Players ' Club (i). HALFORD EDWIN WHITACRE Beta Theta Pi; Phi Chi. MARY LOUISE WHITACRE CARL Louis WHITCHURCH Michigan Law Review. Ann Arbor, Michigan Canton, Ohio Centralia, Illinois M.D. . M.A. . J.D. CAROL NEWTON WHITE . . . B.S. in Ph. Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Delta Chi; Prescott Club. LEWIS N. WHITE, JR. Theta XL Utica, New York MARGARET ELLEN WHITMAN Buchanan, Michigan DOUGLAS MONROE WHITTEMORE . ... Ann Arbor, Michigan B.S. in M.E. . A.B. . A.B. A.B. JOHN ARTHUR WHITWORTH . . . Grand Rapids, Michigan Phi Delta Theta; Scabbard and Blade (4); Michigan Union Opera (2). ROLAND NORMAN WIEDMAYER Saline, Michigan A.B. LEON AUSTIN WILBER .... A.B. in Ed. Caro, Michigan Lambda Chi Alpha. ALICE WILCOX . . A.B. Chicago, Illinois Alpha Gamma Delta; Mu Phi Epsilon; Kappa Phi (2); Junior Girls ' Play, Music Committee; Pan-Hellenic Ball Committee (3). BURL DOWNING W T ILES ... Grand Rapids, Michigan Delta Sigma Pi. A.B. Page 181 RUTH HILTON WILKIE .... A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega. ROBERT WEYMOUTH WILKINS . A.B. and M.D. Battle Creek, Michigan Chi Psi; Ku Sigma Nu; Galens; Medical Vice-President Michigan Union. ETHEL MATHILDA WILKINSON Orleans, Michigan Le Cercle Francais. ALLAN ORVILLE WILLIAMS Alpha Sigma Phi. Chicago, Illinois FRANCES McCAiN WILLIAMS Alpha Phi. GRACE ELIZABETH WILLIAMS Alpha Epsilon Iota. Glasgow, Kentucky Cedar Falls, Iowa ROSSER SIMONS WILLIAMS . Plymouth, Michigan W. HUGH WILLIAMS Sigma Delta Kappa. FRANCIS E. WILMOT Wyandotte, Michigan B.S. in Ed. . A.B. A.B. in Ed. M.D. . Ph.C. . LL.B. A.B. Gladwin, Michigan Theta Chi; Minor Sports Manager (4). ANGELENE GRAETEL WILSON . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Mu Phi Epsilon; Masques (4); Junior Girls ' Plav; Girls ' Glee Club (2, 3). H. L. WILSON D.D.S. Paw Paw, Michigan Xi Psi Phi; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Dental Society; Class Secretary (i); Band (i, 2, 3, 4); Chairman Cane Com- mittee. HOWARD RAYMOND WILSON . . . B.S. in Ch.E. Highland Park, Michigan Alpha Chi Sigma. JOHN CHARLES WILSON . . B.S. in M.E. St. Joseph, Michigan MARJORIE WILSON ..... . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Kappa Alpha Theta; Junior Girls ' Play. Pagf 182 i $f :g HOLLAND OWEN WILSON Enid, Oklahoma LL.B. SYDNEY JAMES WILSON . . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Lawyers ' Club; Michigan Daily Business Staff (3). ZADA LOUISE WILSON Junior Girls ' Play. B elding, Michigan ALEXANDER WOODWARD WINKLER Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Beta Kappa; Quadrangles; Acolytes. MARGARET ANNE WINKWORTH Detroit, Michigan HARRY E. W ' INSLOW .... Clayton, New York Varsity Glee Club (3); Choral Union (3). A.B. in Ed. A.B. A.B. A.B. CAROLYN WISE . . B.M. in Ed. Alexandria, Indiana Delta Omicron; Choral Union; Symphonic Lejfgue; University Symphony Orchestra. MARTIN GILBERT WISLER . Grand Rapids, Michigan WILLIAM DORIC WISMER Detroit, Michigan JOHN HOMER WITHERSPOON Detroit, Michigan Delta Chi; Football (2, 3, 4); S. C. A. (3). ELIZABETH CARROLL WIVEL . Ashtabula, Ohio LL.B. A.B. LL.B. R.N. RICHARD WOELLHAF . . ... A.B. South Haven, Michigan Mimes; Comedy Club. FREDERICK CHARLES WOLCOTT . . . . A.B. Flint, Michigan Sigma Chi; Michigan Daily (3, 4); Union Opera (3); Michigan Union (2, 3, 4). Louis NORTON WOLF Wrestling. Kansas City, Missouri LL.B. ,,., - e FLORENCE LOUISE WOLFE Grand Rapids, Michigan Kappa Alpha Theta. A.B. JAMES DANIEL WOLFE . ... LL.B. Bradford, Pennsylvania Gamma Eta Gamma; Barristers; President Freshman Law Class; Chairman Picture Committee (4). HELEN ANNA OLTER .... Benton Harbor, Michigan Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Choral Union (2, 3, 4). A.B. ELMER E. WOLLERING ...... M.E. Ann Arbor, Michigan Varsity Band (2, 3); American Society of Mechanical Engineers. DILLON DEARLE WOLVERTON Adrian, Michigan Men ' s Educational Club. ARTHUR RICHARD WOOD Grand Rapids, Michigan Law Club; Scabbard and Blade; Law Review. ESTHER DAMARIS WOOD Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma; Junior Girls ' Play. ARTHUR ROBERTSON WOODBURNE Grand Rapids, Michigan Delta Upsilon; Nu Sigma Nu. HARRIS LINCOLN WOODBURNE Hastings, Michigan Phi Beta Pi. GRANT R. WOODFORD GERALD GAIL WOODS Detroit, Michigan A.B. in Ed. LL.B. A.B. in Ed. M.D. A.B. B.S. in E.E. A.B. in Ed. Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Delta Kappa; Men ' s Educational Club. EMILY ELY WOODWARD . . . . .A.B. Fitchburg, Massachusetts Gamma Phi Beta; Sigma Alpha Iota; Freshman Glee Club; University Glee Club (2, 3); Junior Girls ' Play. THOMAS SAMUEL WOODWARD Acacia. MARY FRANCES WOOLFITT Leetonia, Ohio Bay City, Michigan Delta Zeta; Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); Women ' s League Life Membership Drive (3); Bazaar Committee (3); Kappa Phi. A.B. A.B. Page 184 s. ft - 3!fe 5 $ f _ , , MARJORIE L. WOOLLETT ... . B.E. in Ed. Chicago, Illinois Martha Cook; Kappa Phi; Y. W. C. A. DONALD H. WORCESTER Big Rapids, Michigan Lawyers ' Club. A.B. ALICE WORDEN . . . A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Women ' s League House Organization Committee; " Y " Campaign Committee. FRANK WOREL . . B.S. in E.E. Detroit, Michigan American Institute of Electrical Engineers. DOROTHY WORKMAN ...... A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Sigma Kappa; Senior Publication Committee; Junior Girls ' Play. JOHN KYLE WORLEY . Delta Tau Delta. Chevy Chase, D. C. A.B. B. DONALD WRIGHT . . ... A.B. New Rochelle, New York Delta Phi. EVA ALICE WRIGHT . ... A.B. in Ed. Grand Blanc, Michigan Phi Gamma Mu. FRED A. WRIGHT Paragould, Arkansas MAX SINGER WRIGHT Grand Rapids, Michigan B.S. in E. M.D. WILLIAM EVERETT WRIGHT . B.S. in C.E. Ironwood, Michigan FREDERIC KIRTLAND WYKES Grand Rapids, Michigan Pi Kappa Alpha. A.B. GEORGE F. WYLLIE ... . B.S. in C.E. Durand, Michigan Tau Beta Pi; Web and Flange. HOWARD E. YACKEE . B.S. in E.E. Wakefield, Michigan Page 183 ffif sr SHUI CHING YANG . . . A.B. in Ed. Canton, China Women ' s Educational Club; Vice-President of Chinese Students ' Club; Cosmopolitan Club. JOHN OLIVER YEASTING . A.B. Fostoria, Ohio Delta Sigma Rho; President Junior Business Adminis- tration Class; Band. SHIU KEE YEE . Canton, China Chinese Students ' Club, President. H. G. YELLAND Delta Chi. Escanaba, Michigan A.B. A.B. CLARENCE HELMICK YOUNG . . . B.S. in E.E. Randolph, New York Tau Beta Pi; Craftsmen Club. GLENN W. YOUNG .... Flint, Michigan Phi Kappa Tau; Junior Class Social Committee. A.B. B.S. in Ph. HELEN RUTH YOUNG .... Fort Wayne, Indiana Rho Chi; Prescott Club, Secretary (2, 3); Class Secretary (i), Vice-President (4). LLOYD BENNETT YOUNG Phi Chi. Detroit, Michigan M.D. NATHAN CHARLES ZACK . . . . .A.B. Detroit, Michigan VLADIMIR PETER ZACK Cosmopolitan Club (4). Ames, Iowa CHARLES JOSEPH ZAMIARA . Grand Rapids, Michigan RAFAEL Luis ZAMORA Aguadilla, Porto Rico GWENDOLYN LOUISE ZIEGLER Mt. Clemens, Michigan B.S. in Ch.E. . A.B. M.D. R.N. ARTHUR JOHN ZIMMERMAN . . . . B.S. in A. Marine City, Michigan Kappa Sigma; Class Treasurer (3); Invitation Commit- tee (4). Page 186 O ' 3 $@e s% LOWER CLASS - cgfes - g x. GILBERT WERTEL HUBBARD LOUNSBERRY 1928 LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND ARTS OFFICERS CHARLES B. GILBERT FLORENCE WERTEL . FRANCES I. HUBBARD WILLIAM LOUNSBERRY COMMITTEES Advisory WAYNE SCHROEDER Chairman MARY VAN DUERSON CASSAM WILSON KATHERINE FERGUSON Athletic JAMES POLING Chairman FRANK WACHTER MAXWELL NICKERSON FENTON RABER NORMAN GABEL Financial Louis GILBERT Chairman GEORGE ANNABLE GEORGE HAMMOND ROBERT LELAND WILLIAM LEE WENDALL SMITH Auditing THOMAS FITZGIBBONS Chairman LUTHER CARPENTER LAWRENCE PETTIBONE JOHN GLOVER WILLIAM WEINMAN President Fice-President Secretary Treasurer Class Book COURTLAND SMITH Chairman LOUISA SMITH W ' ILLIAM MAZER JANET TREMBLE KATHERINE KYER ISABEL STITT Social JACK HEDRICK Chairman JACK OTTOWAY RICHARD LUTES LOUISE EASTMAN STAFFORD JONES JEAN GREENSHIELDS ROBERT SHAMBAUGH JAMES F. MILLER, JR. EDWARD LAUGE WILLIAM PRESCOTT PAUL ENDRIES ALBERT GILLINGHAM RUTH MOORE WILLIAM CAMPBELL Publicity CARLTON CHAMPE Chairman JAMES HUGHEY GEORGE NICHOLSON HERBERT VEDDER Pagt iSS $ffe X CO WELL FLORENCE VAN TUYL MATHES 1928 ENGINEERING OFFICERS WAYNE G. COWELL JAMES FLORENCE LAWRENCE VAN TUYL JOHN MATHES COMMITTEES Distinctive Dress TOM KING Chairman FRANCIS NORQUIST WILLIAM HAAG CHARLES ROBINSON EVERETT LANE Athletic Committee EDWARD TILLOTSON Chairman MARION HODGSON JEROME WOOD ALEX WILLS LESLEY WESTON President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer Finance Committee ROBERT HALSTED Chairman JOHN STARRETT EDWARD CHAPMAN Social Committee JAMES McKiLLEN Chairman LAWRENCE VAN TUYL ROBERT SNODGRASS J-Hop Committee CHARLES ROBINSON MARION HODGSON PAUL BURTON Page iSo X Jfc r - fc RICH FUNK BEVYL LYXDOV 1928 ARCHITECTURE OFFICERS EDWARD RICH MARGARET FUNK JAMES BEVYL . MAYNARD LYNDON President Vice- P res ident . Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES Social ILLARD WENDT Chairman JAMES WELLS Louis JORDAN .Inditing PAUL OCPERMAN Chairman ROBERT JANURA STANLEY PODBIELNIAK Finance WILLIAM WIENER Chairman STANLEY ZUCK RICHARD STEWART Advisory FRANK JACKSON Chairman ARNOLD BENNHOFF FOREST GILDERSLEEVE LJ ' a; go LJ r- C fe DOYLE REGLIEN TROOST HUNTER 1928 MEDICINE OFFICERS FREDERICK M. DOYLE NORMAN C. REGLIEN FRANKLIN L. TROOST ELIZABETH G. HUNTER President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES Honor HARRY BRINKMAN Chairman EDWIN J. DOTY WILLIAM A. MURRAY Social DORMAN E. LICHTY Chairman DON W. H ED RICK ELMORE C. VONDERHEIDE Executive ABRAM L. VAN HORN Chairman EARL A. PETERMAN HUBERT VAN PEENAN CECIL W. LEPARD XORRIS M. HARDISTY X. Pagf x --- ffi WILSON RlDDEHING POLLOCK FEINSINGER 1928 LAW OFFICERS WILLIAM W. WILSON- CARL J. RIDDERING . FLORENCE POLLOCK NATHAN P. FEINSINGER President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES Finance ALEXANDER DIAMOND Chairman BENEDICT W. EOVALDI GRIFFITH ALEXANDER HEROLD WALTER GERBER KRAPOHL A. E. SMITH NATHAN PAUL FEINSINGER Athletic MAURICE A. E. DAVEY Chairman RALPH BRODY Social JOHN F. MCCARTHY Chairman CHESTER LEHIGH BENEDICT, JR. RALPH M. SCHWARTZBERG THEODORE PATRICK RYAN BERNARD KENT DOYLE JOHN D. VOELKER Advisory LYMAN BREWSTER Chairman Louis S. MAY Auditing THOMAS RUSSELL BOYLE Chairman CHARLES S. BISHOP KENNETH MIDGELY Page X NORTH HUP MILLER ORCUTT CRANE 1928 DENTISTRY OFFICERS PHILIP NORTHROP . GARDNER MILLER . ROBERT ORCUTT WILLARD CRANE . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES Social ROBERT NORTHROP Chairman JOHN SLINGER FRANK BEVERLY GEORGE SCOTT Athletic NAT RASNICK Finance HAROLD GREEN Chairman HOWARD AXFORD JOHN GALVIN ADELBERT TOEPPER Advisatory WILLARD CRAIN Chairman PHILLIPS WINGHELL KENNETH HIGGINS JACK ECKER Page 193 - C %f S J TWINING SHAW WINTERS SHAW 1928 PHARMACY OFFICERS RQSCOE M. TWINING LESTER W. SHAW . MARY E. WINTERS . HOMER E. SHAW President V ice-President . Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES Social EDWARD S. BLAKE Chairman HELEN H. RUTHERFORD EARL S. MORTON PERCY L. BROOKS EDWARD A. NEHLSEN Auditing ALFRED C. LUDINGTON Chairman CLARENCE W. HOUCK MARY E. WINTERS LESTER W. SHAW SARAH SHOMER Finance OLIVER J. WEINKAUFF Chairman GEORGE D. BURGESS CHARLES M. McDoNALD ROLLAND I. SARRETT CLARENCE J. CERNEY Advisory ROSCOE M. TWINING OLIVER J. WEINKAUFF ALFRED C. LUDINGTON HOMER E. SHAW EDWARD S. BLAKE J-Hop Representative CLARENCE W. HOUCK P g ,04 -- 7T- fe - : KELLY TuTHILL ZOLLER MEAD 1928 EDUCATION OFFICERS EARL A. KELLY RHODA TUTHILL PAULINE ZOLLER SANFORD MEAD HELEN L. HAUSE ISABELLE STONE President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Organization Committee Social Committee GROUP REPRESENTATIVES SANFORD L. MEAD ESTHER A. BOOZE HELEN LOUISE HAUSE MARGARITE YEMNEKER R. W. BARSHNEY JESSIE M. MYERS RHODA TUTHILL ISABELLE STONE VALERIE GATES EARL KELLY KATHERINE KELLEY Lois PARKS PAUL COOK OMAR CORNELL MARIAN KELLEY GRACE OESTRIKE DOROTHY INGALLS VETA ARMBUSTER WALDO IRWIN MARGERY TODD EVELYN JOHNSON PAULINE E. ZOLLER Q Page ro s O C v 21 Y EASTING CRAWFORD BOFSKY GOLDMAN 1928 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OFFICERS JOHN YEASTING CLYNE CRAWFORD . MILTON BOFSKY JULIAN GOLDMAN . President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES Executive REGINALD PHILLIPS Chairman ALVIN BORG ROBERT JAROS Social MYRLE ST. AUBIN Chairman JULIAN GOLDMAN KENNETH CHURCH Financial MILTON BOFSKY Chairman HAROLD KAWKINS JOHN BORGWALD Advisory CLYNE CRAWFORD Chairman RICHARD MOORE Page 196 - C $f ASBECK VAN ANTWERP READING KNIGHT 1929 LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND ARTS OFFICERS FREDERICK M. ASBECK . BETTY BRUCE VAN ANTWERP MARIAN L. READING JOHN J. KNIGHT COMMITTEES Soph Prom FREDERICK R. PARKER Chairman MARY LOUISE MURRAY GEORGE ELLSWORTH RICH ELLEN A. GRINNELL JAMES E. DUFFIELD, JR. MARIAN J. MARSHALL ROBERT F. WARREN VIRGINIA L. READ JACK J. KELLEY C. H. BARNABY Athletic STANLEY J. HOZER Chairman H. K. MIETHE MARSHALL BODEN ERNEST McCoY ALVIN G. DAHLEM J. D. WHITTLE A. M. HUGHES A. WIARD H. TENENBOM ELGIN J. CASPER Finance CHESTER BENNETT Chairman FRANK MEESE EDWARD H. WACHS JOHN F. MILLER A. G. KRELL . President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer Auditing J. MANDELSTAM Chairman J. W. TARBILL, JR. GERALD R. KINNALLY ELLEN E. SEBURN LEONE M. LEE Publicity HOWARD C. JACKSON Chairman HARLAN P. CRISTY CHARLES R. LOWE FRANK P. HOLMES KENNETH PATRICK HAROLD U. ANDREAE S. HOOKER M. BRADY J E. Advisory MARY LOUISE MURRAY ELLEN A. GRINNELL MARY ALICE MOORE BEATRICE M. BARRETT MARIAN J. MARSHALL VIRGINIA L. READ FREDERICK R. PARKER GEORGE E. RICH ROBERT F. WARREN C. H. BARNABY JACK J. KELLEY JAMES E. DUFFIELD BERNADINE MALAY JOHN F. MILLER St. Q Page 19? Q V !Je br- C S?g - a GlLMARTIX LESLIE SPINDLE SMITH 1929 ENGINEERS OFFICERS JOHN R. GILMARTIN THOMAS M. LESLIE . RICHARD SPINDLE . DONALD SMITH President . V ice-President . Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES Social JOHN HAPKE Chairman WILLIAM R. KLECKNER AUSTIN J. PADDOCK GEORGE HUBBELL WILLIAM HOUGH NEIL McDouGALL Financial DONALD SMITH Chairman GORDON BROWN THOMAS YATES JEAN EASTERLY WILLIAM FORTUNE CHARLES MOORE Athletic GEORGE MARTIN Chairman ARTHUR MCDONALD NORMAN HEYM HOWARD STOREN GEORGE MCDONALD Page 198 kJ 3 r- :::g ' - HOLMES GIBS STONE ROUSE 1929 ARCHITECTS OFFICERS KENNETH HOLMES . VIRGINIA GIES HARRIET STONE MARSHALL ROUSE . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES Social WALTER CHAFFEE Chairman MATHEW SPENCE RUTH ABRAHAM KENNETH BOLLINGER HARPER FOWLEY WILLIAM GEHRING Athletic LAWERENCE CLEMONS Chairman WILLIAM CRAWFORD Finance ROLAND GIES J. SELLERS BRADDOCK Page 199 .ft -- -c fe STEPANOVIK RICHTER OSGOOD OLMSTEAD 1929 MEDICINE OFFICERS GEORGE STEPANOVIK BERTHA J. RICHTER FRED P. OSGOOD KENNETH L. OLMSTEAD . President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES Humor ABEL PECK Chairman JOHN W. VERDUIN Finance KENNETH OLMSTEAD Chairman RICHARD SUTTON NORTON CANFIELD RICHARD E. OLSEN Social JOHN R. FELLOWS Chairman MARION MEYER HAROLD MEIER WILLIAM G. MEIER, JR. Auditing RAYMOND C. WARNER Chairman PROSPER D. WHITE R. GILLAM WHITE Pagfzo - S Z R r HAHT BURKE SHEHAN REIN 1929 DENTISTRY OFFICERS RAYMOND A. HART . HAROLD L. BURKE . HARLOW L. SHEHAN VICTOR E. REIN . President Pice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES Social HAZEN STREIT Chairman J. W. HARRISON ROLAND NISSLE Athletic STEWART DEVRIES Chairman MARK LAUNSBERRY WALDO CRITTENDON Finance VICTOR REIN Chairman LEONARD SIDLOW Louis A. SIGISMOND Welfare JOSEPH FINEMAN D. C. MILLER N. S. MAC VICAR y. - 2: Page20 ' . ft - ! $ - c f M ALLOY BOWEN SYLVESTER CAMPBELL 1929 PHARMACY OFFICERS WALTER J. MALLOY MARY E. BOWEN LEWIS R. SYLVESTER DOROTHY CAMPBELL President Fice-President Treasurer Secretary COMMITTEES Finance LEWIS R. SYLVESTER Chairman LUCIEN E. ALLISON- CHARLES WALGREEN CHARLES E. BICE Social BERNICE AVERELL Chairman DORIS FOSTER CHARLES E. SYLVESTER ARTHUR M. SIMMONS Athletic MAURICE E. DUNWELL Chairman EARL J. KNAGGS EDWARD C. MOSIER SIDNEY W. STEENSMA I ' age 202 s. SL $ - 3fc eft CALAHAN PREECE BOLTON 1929 LAW OFFICERS ROY CALAHAN CHARLES F. PREECE GARLAND TAIT RHEA A. BOLTON COMMITTEES Athletic AZEL E. BEAN Chairman Louis A. WEIL GEORGE W. GALE ROBERT S. PFLUEGER Financial LEONARD A. KELLAR Chairman JAMES GRIFFITHS BERNAL E. DOBELL MYRON WINEGARDEN Council Member WILLIAM COCHRAN President Vice-P resident Secretary Treasurer Social FRED T. JARRETT Chairman HERMAN BOXER LYLAS E. HAYES WILLIAM C. FRUE Advisory GERROT DEMMINK STANLEY H. FULTON BASIL F. BAKER RICHARD BARTON o Page 203 s c fflffc TlLLEY RUDOLPH i ROBBIXS TWEEDY 1930 LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND ARTS OFFICERS GEORGE TILLEY HELEN RUDOLPHI . RACHEL ROBBINS . FARRINGTON TWEEDY COMMITTEES Frolic JAMES ALLEN Chairman GEORGE PAULSEN GILFORD HARTLEY JOHN PENNIMAN DAVID WARD ANNE BIGELOW JANE HICKEY VIRGINIA SCHURZ VIRGINIA TROWBRIDGE Social JOHN EFFINGER Chairman HARRY ELLIOTT ROBERT EVANS FRANK FLOYD CHARLES HALL JONES SHANNON JOHN VANCLEVE IRVING WILSON Cap Night JUDSON THOMPSON Chairman GEORGE DOLLIVER HENRY BROWN CLIFFORD MADURO WALLACE MAGOON ROBERT SHAFER JAMES WILSON President Fice-President . Secretary Treasurer Finance FARRINGTON TWEEDY Chairman WILLIAM C. DAVIS MARSDEN HUBBARD HARRISON McGRAW ROBERT SHORT EIZABETH A. HUMPHREY JEAN WALLACE Athletics WALTER CREGO Chairman CHARLES MOYER BRUCE HULBURT WILLIAM MARTIN JENNINGS McBRiDE GEORGE SIMONS ELWOOD JENKINS Discipline ROBERT HOLMES Chairman EMMONS BONFIELD WENDEL MAHAFFY MARGARET BABCOCK MARGARET BUSH Page 204 A r g- $f BROWN COCHRAN CURTENIUS HOLBROOK 1930 ENGINEERING OFFICERS PHILIP N. BROWN . P. STANLEY COCHRAN FREDERICK B. CURTENIUS GEORGE E. HOLBROOK . President ice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES Social ALLEN OWEN Chairman JAMES C. HOUSTON THEODORE Huss, JR. Athletic JOHN C. WIDMAN Chairman ROBERT S. McCov HARRY H. COLL, JR. JOHN H. SUMNER Financial GEORGE E. HOLBROOK Chairman BASIL L. CARR ROLLAND D. SEVERY THEODORE N. WILL Secretarial JOHN R. RUSTON Chairman AlDEN M. HlGHLEY FRANKLIN H. MOORE DANIEL W. SMITH, JR. JOHN DE MUNNIK Page 20j . %!j t r C r BILL LAUER LAWLER HART WICK 1930 ARCHITECTURE OFFICERS WALTER D. BILL . THAYER LAUER HARRIET LAWLER . ROBERT HARTWICK President ice-President . Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES Publicity WILLIAM E. BEESON Chairman ALFIO BERTOLLINI RICHARD BECK Social WEYMOUTH W. KIRBY Chairman OWSLEY VOSE FRANK PHILLIPS Delegates WALTER SAUER WILLIAM PAGE Page 206 - c n DOUGLAS ZIMMERMAN FORSYTHE BRUNNER 1930 DENTAL OFFICERS WESLEY H. DOUGLAS .... FRANK R. ZIMMERMAN .... BRUCE D. FORSYTHE FRANK BRUNNER ..... COMMITTEES Social EVELETH NORTHWAY Chairman GEORGE R. TOWNSEND ERNEST D. KELLERMAN J. B. HASS Athletics KENNETH CLARK President Fice-President Secretary Treasurer Publicity JAMES M. KEENAN Chairman HARRY L. CARR RUSSEL E. BUTLER P. FINDLEY e - c ffe _ J FLORA HlLDEBRAND MORAX SCOTT 1930 MEDICINE OFFICERS WILLIAM R. FLORA . PAUL R. HILDEBRAND AGNES E. MORAN . WALTER SCOTT . President ice-President Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES Executive KENNETH H. LOWE Chairman CHARLES J. CLARK GEORGE A. WULP HOWARD MARTIN Athletic KENNETH H. LOWE Chairman HOWARD E. STAFFORD JOHN B. SCHOENFELD ROBERT GEORGE DALBY Social ROBERT W. BARTLETT Chairman SAMUEL METLER PARK S. BRADSHAW FRANK STILES, JR. WALTER SCOTT Representative to Honor Council CHARLES D. HIGLEY Page 208 St. Atljtettrs Waterman ' s Gymnasium 1894 - c $f ELTON E. WIEMAN RALPH W, AIGLER FIELDINO II. YOST UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ASSOCIATION ATHLETIC FIELDING H. YOST ELTON E. WIEMAN HARRY A. TILLOTSON ANDREW S. BAKER PHILIP C. PACK CLARENCE COOK LITTLE RALPH W. AIGLER WILLIAM A. PRAYER ALFRED O. LEE OFFICERS Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Assistant Director ... . Business Manager Secretary Director of Athletic Publicity BOARD IN CONTROL OF ATHLETICS FACULTY MEMBERS President of the Univers ity Chairman of the Board FIELDING H. YOST CLARENCE T. JOHNSTON EDMUND E. DAY JOHN SUNDWALL ROBERT C. ANGELL JAMES E. DUFFY, Bay City GEORGE M. STANLEY JOHN S. DENTON J. LAWRENCE BUELL WILLIAM R. DAY WILLIS E. TOPPER ALUMNI MEMBERS THOMAS S. HAMMOND, Chicago STUDENT MEMBERS BOARD OF DIRECTORS Football Manager FRANCIS E. WILMOT Baseball Manager ELLIOT M. CHAMBERLIN Basketball Manager MELVIN A. OLL . Track Manager LAWRENCE S. ROTH CHARLES B. DuCnARMF,, Detroit HENRY S. GRINNELL Minor Sports Manager . Cross Country Manager . Intramural Manager Inter scholastic Manager X A Page 3OQ CONFERENCE MEDAL The Conference Medal is awarded yearly in every school in the " Big Ten " to the man who shows the greatest ability in scholarship and athletics. At Michigan the 1926 Medal was won by Richard Freyberg, Captain of the 1926 Track Team and a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Freyberg has left an enviable record as a track man, his specialty being the half-mile. In schoJarship his election to Phi Beta Kappa shows his superiority beyond question. " Dick " had that much-desired but seldom-attained combination of a scholar and an athlete. CHICAGO TRIBUNE TROPHY The Chicago Tribune presents a trophy each year to the one man in the Western Conference who is considered the most valuable to his team. This year Ben Friedman, captain of the 1926 football team and unanimous choice for quarter- back on the mythical All-American team, was chosen as the man most entitled to receive this honor. This choice was indeed a wise one. Michigan ' s success on the gridiron must, in large part, be attributed to Friedman ' s uncanny field generalship, his cool headedness in conflict and his unusual ability in all phases of defense and attack. SL Page 210 r- asf a 1926 CAPTAINS FRIEDMAN CHAMBERS WILSON FREYBERG VARSITY CAPTAINS BEN FRIEDMAN EDWARD W. CHAMBERS STEVEN F. WILSON RICHARD H. FREYBERG EARL D. KRICKBAUM FRED J. FEELY STEPHEN E. JONES CLAYTON B. BRIGGS PAUL C. SAMSON HAROLD T. DONAHOE COACHING STAFF FIELDING H. YOST . ELTON E. WIEMAN . RAY L. FISHER STEPHEN J. FARRELL EDWIN J. MATHER CLIFFORD P. KEEN CARLTON F. WELLS MATTHEW MANN HENRY C. HUTCHINS JOSEPH E. BARSS HARRY G. KIPKE JACK L. BLOTT GEORGE F. VEENKER CHARLES B. HOYT . Football Basketball Baseball Track Tennis . Golf Hockey Cross Country Swimming Wrestling Football . Assistant Baseball Track Basketball Wrestling -. ' Gol f Swimming _i . Tennis : Hockey Assistant Athletic Coach Assistant Athletic Coach Assistant Athletic Coach Trainer ft E Page 211 ZigS z MICHIGAN ' S ALL-AMERICANS 1926 BEN FRIEDMAN Ouarterback " For all-round football smartness and football ability it is impossible to find a better man than Benny Friedman of Michigan. Friedman had his hardest test in the Navy game, where he was repeatedly jolted to the ground by the charging Navy forwards. Yet in spite of all this punishment Friedman continued to pass as accurately as ever to ends and backs who were nearly always covered, and it was Friedman who kept the Navy deep in its own territory through most of the first two periods. His play throughout the remainder of the season was one of the year ' s big features. In addition to his generalship, passing and kicking he has been a good man carrying the ball and a fine defensive back. " Friedman had a terrific schedule to face where he was a marked man and yet he continued his dazzling all-round display right through. " GRANTLAND RICE. BEX FRIKDMAN BENNIE OOSTERBAAN Left End " Oosterbaan of Michigan, a really great end, especially in handling passes where he has no superior, had a hard afternoon against Illinois, and the Navy checked him by putting two men upon his trail, but he again came back to great heights in his other contests. It was all the more to his credit that he did so well after being so carefully watched and covered, frequently by two of the enemy ' s best. " GRANTLAND RICE. MICHIGAN ' S FIFTEEN ALL-AMERICANS WILLIAM M. HESTON . ADOLPH G. SCHULZ, . ALBERT BEXBROOK . STANFIELD M. WELLS JAMES B. CRAIG . JOHN F. MAULBETSCH . E. J. ALLMENDINGER CEDRIC C. SMITH . FRANK STEKETEE HENRY A. VICK HARRY G. KIPKE JACK L. BLOTT E. R. SLAUGHTER . BEN FRIEDMAN BENNIE G. OOSTERBAAN H.B. . C. G. E. H.B. H.B. G. F.B. F.B. C. H.B. C. . G. Q.B. E. BENNIE OOSTERBAAX Page 212 HOYT RlCH SCHOEXFELD NYLAND PALMEROLI MdXTYRE HEATH MANAGER DENTOX HESTON GILBERT MOLENDA TRUSKOWSKI WIEMAN WEBER GRINNELL SQUIER FLORA GABEL LOVETTE FRIEDMAN COACH YOST OOSTERBAAX BAER DEWEY PUCKELWARTZ DOMHOFF HOFFMAN MlLLER 1926 VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS OFFICERS BEN FRIEDMAN FIELDING H. YOST JOHN S. DENTON Captain Coach Manager PERSONNEL RAYMOND BAER . RICHARD S. DEWEY VICTOR E. DOMHOFF WILLIAM R. FLORA BEN FRIEDMAN NORMAN GABEL . Louis M. GILBERT HAROLD T. GREENWALD HENRY S. GRINNELL WILLIAM H. HEATH LnRoY G. HESTON LEO W. HOFFMAN DUDLEY G BLACK FRANK A. HARRIGAN MAXWELL E. NICKERSON MARSHALL BODEN Page 214 ' 27 Tackle ' 27 Guard ' 2 7 L . Quarter ' oM End ' 27 . Quarter ' 28 . Tackle ' 28 Half ' 2gEd Half ' 28 Tackle ' 2 7 E . Tackle ' 2 7 E End ' 28L Half JOHN H. LOVETTE A. M. ' 2gE Full ' 27 Half ' 28 Tackle ' 29 End KENT C. MC!NTYRE JAMES F. MILLER, JR. . JOHN J. MOLENDA HERMAN Z. NYLAND, JR. BENNIE G. OOSTERBAAN JOHN M. PALMEROLI WILLIAM H. PUCKELWARTZ GEORGE E. RICH . JOHN B. SCHOENFELD JOSEPH E. TRUSKOWSKI GEORGE G. SQUIER WALTER J. WEBER ' 2 7 E . Guard A. FRANK E. MEESE . ' 29 OTTO POMMERENING . ' z8E RAYMOND A. CRAGIN . ' 29 GEORGE A. NICHOLSON, JR. ' 28 ' 2 7 E Guard ' 28 Half ' 28 Full ' 28 End ' 28 . . End ' 28E Guard ' 2 7 Ed . Quarter ' 28Ed Half ' 3 oM Center ' 29 Center ' 2gEd Guard ' 2 7 Ed Full Tackle Guard Center Center 7r-?K Sf3 X RESULTS OF THE SEASON Michigan 42 Michigan 55 Michigan 20 Michigan 13 Michigan o Michigan ij Michigan j Michigan . Opponents Oklahoma A. M 3 M. S. C 3 Minnesota Illinois Navy Ohio Minnesota . o o 10 16 6 ' 54 38 CONFERENCE STANDINGS Won Lost Tied Percentage MICHIGAN 5 Northwestern 5 Ohio State 3 Purdue 2 Wisconsin 3 Minnesota 2 Illinois 2 Indiana o Iowa o Chicago o 1. 000 1. 000 I 750 I I .666 2 I .600 2 .500 2 .500 4 o .000 5 o .000 5 o .000 DICKINSON RATING Points MICHIGAN 24 Northwestern 22 Purdue 19.38 Ohio 18.75 Minnesota 17-5 Wisconsin 17.08 Illinois 15 Iowa 10 Indiana 10 Chicago 10 CAPTAIN FRIEDMAN MANAGER DENTON Page 21 5 1 - c f - FRIEDMAN TAKES THE RECEIVING END AGAINST OKLAHOMA JOHN B. SCHOENFELD MICHIGAN 42 OKLAHOMA A. M. 3 In the opening game of the 1926 season Michigan defeated Oklahoma by a top heavy score. Molenda starred for Michigan, scoring a total of 18 points . The game was marked by the wild passing attack of both teams, Oosterbaan showing flashes of his former All-American form. Oklahoma ' s only score was the result of a place kick from the 17 yard line byStrack after the completion of a long pass. Statistics Mich Okla First Downs 19 7 Yards by Rushing 125 73 Punts 8 10 Passes Attempted 26 13 Passes Completed 20 1 1 Passes Intercepted 3 3 Yards from Passes 301 82 Penalties 40 5 Average Punts 31 35 CAPTAIN-ELECT OOSTERBAAN OREENWALD SNARES A LONG PASS IN THE FACE OF TWO OKLAHOMA MEN Page 216 X 7r- C o X a JOB.N J. MOLENDA FRIEDMAN ' S UNERRING TOE BRINGS IN THE EXTRA POINT AGAINST M. S. C. MICHIGAN 55 M. S. C. 3 In the second game of the season Michigan State College was forced to forego their long sought revenge. M. S. C. realized that the game was hopelessly lost after the first quarter and for the remainder of the game strove desperately to put a touchdown across. Their efforts, resulted only in a field goal, however, due to the efforts of the Michigan line and the splendid defense of Ben Friedman who stopped Smith of M. S. C. twice with a clear field between them and the goal. Statistics Mich M.S.C. First Downs 23 4 Yards by Rushing 398 32 Punts 147 92 Passes Attempted 22 30 Passes Completed 10 1 1 Passes Intercepted 5 i Yards from Passes 268 208 Penalties 25 30 Average Punts 36 46 NORMAN GABEL HAROLD T. GREENWALD " Bo " MOLENDA DRIVES THROUGH THE HOLE OPENED FOR HIM IN THE M. S. C. LINE Page 217 BEXNIE OOBTEBBAAN STRETCHES FOR A HIGH PASS AGAINST MINNESOTA MICHIGAN 20 VICTOR E. DOMHOFF MINNESOTA For the first time in the history of Western Conference football a. two game series was arranged Due to Minnesota ' s diffculty in filling her schedule Coach Yost agreed to play them twice. In the first game Michigan clearly demonstrated her superiority by defeating the Gophers 20 to o. " Bo " Molenda made the f rst touchdown in the initial period. George Rich, a promising sophomore, made the second after Flora had blocked a Minnesota kick. Louis Gilbert made a sensational 42 yard run for the last touchdown on a left end play. Minnesota was not as weak as t, the score would indicate and the Michigan ? " line was severely punished by the hard- Hifl|| -- hitting Minnesota backfield. T Mich Minn Statistics First Downs 5 Passes Attempted 12 Passes Completed Passes Intercepted Yards Gained by Passes. . Number of Punts Yard Average of Punts . . Yards Gained by Rushing. . 160 227 13 13 4 i I 2 i 16 9 12 38 Penalties (yards) 75 Lons M. GILBKHT JOHN H. LOVETTE GlI.BEHT SIFTS THROUGH THE MINNESOTA LINE WITH THE AID OF PERFECT INTEHFEHENC Page 2iS 7 - c afe Si WALTER J. WEBER FRIEDMAN PAUSES IN MID-AIR TO INTERCEPT A MINNESOTA PASS MICHIGAN 7 MINNESOTA 6 Michigan retained the Conference Championship and the " Brown Jug " by defeating Minnesota at Minneapolis in the return game. Minnesota outplayed Michigan for almost the entire game. Joesting seemed able to gain through the line at will but due to poor generalship on their part and desperate fighting on the Wolverine ' s they were unable to put but one touchdown across and did not get the extra point. Oosterbaan saved the day for Michigan when he scooped up a Minnesota fumble and ran 60 yards for a touchdown. Friedman sewed up the game when he booted the point after touchdown. Statistics Mich Minn First Downs r 3 21 Yards Gained by Rushing. . . 44 313 Number of Punts 9 19 Average of Punts (yards) ... 39 37 Passes Attempted 9 6 Passes Completed I 2 Passes Intercepted 4 3 Yards Gained by Passes .... 13 45 Penalties (yards) 15 12 GEORGE E. RICH RAYMOND BAER MINNESOTA STARTS AN END RUN Page 2 9 PC c$Sl s Louis GIL LEO W. HOFFMAN Q Page 220 KENT C. MC!XTTRE MICHIGAN 13 ILLINOIS Michigan gained a foothold in the Conference standing by downing the powerful Illinois aggregation. Truskowski saved Michigan from being scored on by intercepting an Illinois pass on his own 1 8 yard line. Friedman scored two field goals thus beating the much touted " Frosty " Peters of Illinois at his own game. Gilbert ' s open field running, his pass receiving, and punting were large factors in the Michigan victory. Statistics Mich 111 First Downs 12 8 Yards Gained by Rushing. . 158 117 Number of Punts 10 10 Passes Attempted 12 14 Passes Completed 4 6 Passes Intercepted 5 4 Yards Gained from Passes . . 68 65 Penalties o 20 Average of Punts (yards) . . 41 38 WILLIAM H. HEATH FLORA BREAKING UP AN ILLINOIS PASS Ed Stephan Photo X 3!fc JOSEPH E. THUSKOWHKI THE NAVY TRIES TO BLOCK A FAKE PLACE KICK MICHIGAN NAVY 10 The Navy gained a signal revenge for their S4 to o defeat of the previous season when they humbled the Michigan warriors at Baltimore. Michigan fought well but lacked the necessary punch to put their points across. Oosterbaan caught a pass on the Navy two yard line but the sailors tightened up and our chance to score was lost. Louis Gilbert made a twenty yard gain from place kick formation. Friedman was injured in the latter part of the first half and was taken out but sent back later. Statistics Mich Navy First Downs 9 10 Passes Attempted 30 10 Passes Completed 7 4 Passes Intercepted 2 2 Yards Gained by Passes. . . . 105 59 Number of Punts 12 15 Yard Average of Punts .... 36 30 Yards Gained by Rushing. . 78 HERMAN Z. NYLAXD Penalties (yards) 50 163 45 WILLIAM R. FLORA OOSTERBAAN RECEIVES UNDER DIFFICULTIES ON THE NAVY ' S TWO YARD LINE Times Wide World Q Page 221 -- ($ Ed Stephan Phot; OOSTEHHAAN TACKLED AFTER RECEIVING FRIEDMAN ' S PASS IN WISCONSIN GAME MICHIGAN 37 I,EROY G. HESTOX WISCONSIN After the defeat administered by the Navy, Michigan staged a brilliant comeback by defeating its ancient foe, Wisconsin. Friedman started the scoring with a place kick in the second quarter and touchdowns by Weber and Oosterbaan followed. This was really the first time in the season that the Michigan team showed the invincible form that had characterized the champion- ship team of the previous year. Statistics Mich Wis First Downs 15 Yards Gained by Rushing. . 197 Number of Punts 15 Passes Attempted 16 WILLIAM II. PUCKF.LWARTZ Passes Completed Passes Intercepted ards Gained from Passes. Penalties Average of Punts (yards) . . 9 4 176 30 38 HENRY S. GRINXELL Ed Stephan Photo Page 222 3. x 3!te tvx in ji ' -) v ' iV GEORGE G. SQUIKR MICHIGAN 17 FRIRDUAN DODGES THROUGH A FIELD OF OHIO PLAVKHS OHIO 16 No one who witnessed this contest, one of the greatest and most spectacular games in Western Conference history, will ever forget it. A record-breaking crowd of 95,000 were in the mammoth Ohio Stadium. The game started out to be another Waterloo for Michigan. In the first twelve minutes of play the Ohio scuad scored 10 points. Then the Wolverines came from behind to tie the score at the end of the half. The battle was even for the third quarter. In the opening of the fourth Michigan scored a touchdown and Friedman added the extra point. Ohio then launched a desperate and unstoppable attack that carried them over the goal line making the score 17-16. The breath-taking climax came when Clark of Ohio prepared to kick for the extra point that would have tied the score and meant the loss of the title to the Volverines. Fortunately for Michigan he lacked the cool-headedness of Ben Friedman and the strain proved too much for him. The kick failed. Mich 9 128 Statistics First Downs Yards by Rushing Punts 10 Passes Attempted 14 Passes Completed 7 Passes Intercepted 2 Yards from Passes 150 Penalties o Average Punts 45 O 8 101 12 II 5 o IOO 5 45 JAMES F. MILLER JOHN M. PALMEKOLI MICHIGAN SPLITS OPEN THE OHIO L-INE S -- !i Page 223 a fe s asi! r -- FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Approximately 200 men reported to Coach E. J. Mather during the first week in October. Of those remaining at the end of the season, 33 were awarded their numerals. It has long been the policy of the Michigan coaching staff to devote more time to their freshmen squads than their importance would seem to merit. The reason for this is that these men will constitute the future Michigan Varsity teams, and the training received now will be effective later. As a still further reason for the care exercised in their practice, they are of great value in scrimmages with the varsity team in which the freshmen are taught the opponent ' s plays, thus teaching the varsity to guard against them. FRESHMEN FOOTBALL NUMERAL WINNERS FRANCIS A. BORRELLI THEODORE F. BOVARD T. BOVARD CLARE F. CARTER ROBERT C. CHAPMAN WALTER B. CREGO CARL A. DOTY LESLIE H. DOUGLAS LEONARD DUCKMAN HENRY P. FLAJOLE WALTER E. GEISTERT S. HALLO DOUGLASS KERR CLEMENT A KIELBASA ANDREW L. LONG CLIFTON E. LONGSBOROUGH HAROLD J. WALDER GEORGE B. MARTIN- ARCHIE J. McBRIDE WILLIAM H. MOULTON WILFRED S. NOLTING EARLE S. OLDHAM EDWIN B. POORMAN GERSON REICHMAN JAMES S. ROBBINS HOWARD F. RODERICK IRVIN J. SCHEER WILLIAM L. SEITZ RICHARD J. SHERMAN- ARCHIE E. SIMS WILLIAM H. WARD JACOB WEINSTEIN JOHN S. WOLFF Si X Page 224 BASKETBALL -cafefc gs g o CHAMBERS GAWNE KIPKE COA.CK MATHER VEENKEH McCof SCHROEDER CLEMMONS KUENZEL RASNICK MAKTIN OOSTERBAAN HAHRIGAN WEST WHITTLE TRUSKOWSKI PETRIE NYLAND 1927 VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS OFFICERS EDWARD W. CHAMBERS EDWIN J. MATHER WILLIAM R. DAY EDWARD W. CHAMBERS FRANK A. HARRIGAN FRANK KUENZEL ERNEST B. McCoy . BENNIE G. OOSTERBAAN WILBUR E. PETRIE . NAT N. RASNICK WAYNE M. SCHROEDER JOSEPH E. TRUSKOWSKI LAURENCE G. CLEMMONS SAMUEL E. GAWNE . HERMAN Z. NYLAND . ROBERT S. REASON . JOHN D. WHITTLE Captain . . Coach Manager PERSONNEL ' 27Ed Guard : ' 27 ' . Forward . ' 27E . Guard . ' 29 . Center ' 28 .. Forward ' 28Ed . Guard ' 28D . Forward ' 28 Guard ' 29 Guard A. M. A. ' 2 9 A Forward ' 28 ' 28 Forward C cA enter . ' 29 Guard ' 29 Forward V Page 226 Sr g RESULTS OF SEASON 5c X. Michigan 34 Michigan 30 Michigan 31 Michigan 39 Michigan 31 Michigan 41 Michigan 25 Michigan 31 Michigan 32 Michigan 23 Michigan 32 Michigan 34 Michigan 51 Michigan 30 Michigan 42 Michigan 34 Michigan 31 Michigan . Opponents M. S. C Cornell College Syracuse Maryland . . . . Minnesota Iowa Illinois Indiana Minnesota Pittsburgh Purdue Indiana Chicago Illinois Purdue Chicago Iowa . 13 23 27 25 20 22 2 4 27 20 34 37 37 25 26 20 IS 29 424 CONFERENCE STANDING Team MICHIGAN . . Indiana Purdue Wisconsin . . . Illinois Iowa Ohio State . . Chicago .... Northwestern Minnesota Won 10 7 6 6 3 I t Lost 2 3 3 4 5 5 5 8 ii ii Pet. -833 .728 .728 -637 .587 .546 546 .272 .083 .083 COACH MATHER MANAGER DAY Page 227 MICHIGAN 34 M. S. C. 13 Michigan ' s basketball team opened the season on December the eleventh by defeating the Michigan State five in a slow game. The game was better than the average opening contest and Coach Mather ' s men showed possibilities of being developed into championship material. Martin and Harrigan tied for high score with five baskets and one free throw each. At the end of the first half the score was 16 to 6 Michigan and the out- come was never in doubt. Many substitutions were made in an effort to find an effective combination. MICHIGAN 30 CORNELL COLLEGE 23 Playing a loose brand of basketball the Michigan team was able to outpoint the team from Cornell College at Yost Field House on December the eighteenth. The team lacked the smooth play which was apparent against M. S. C. Cornell dribbled through the Michigan defense with ease scoring eleven baskets from the field to Michigan ' s ten. Harrigan and Barley played the best game for Michigan. The chief reason for the lack of smoothness may have been the absence of Chambers and Martin who were forced to watch the game from the bench because of injuries. MICHIGAN 31 CAPTAIN CHAMBERS SYRACUSE 27 On Monday, January the third, Michigan met a worthy opponent in Syracuse, but emerged from the fray on the long end of a 31 to 27 score, thus gaining revenge for the four point defeat suffered at Syracuse a year ago. The feature of the struggle was the individual duel between Harrigan and Hanson, the Syracuse hero. The team of Harrigan, McCoy, Petrie, Chambers and Oostcrbaan played the entire period and seem to be the best combination so far discovered. MICHIGAN 39 MARYLAND 25 The Wolverine squad won its fourth consecutive victory of the season and its final pre-Confer- ence game by administering a decisive defeat to the University of Maryland five on January the fourth. The f rst half was featured by the strong defensive work of both squads and the scoring came very slowly. At the end of the first five minutes the score stood 2 to I Michigan. At the end of the half it was 15 to n Michigan. In the second half Michigan displayed championship form by making almost two points to its opponents one. " Skipper " then sent in his sub- stitutes leaving Harrigan the only regular on the floor. Harrigan was high scorer with seventeen points to his credit. MICHIGAN 23 PITTSBURGH 34 Pittsburgh ' s Panthers brought to an end Michigan ' s winning streak by downing the Wolverines on February the twelfth at Pittsburgh. Before the game the Mich- igan squad was a heavy favorite in spite of the three weeks of inactivity. At the end of the first half the score stood 16-14 Michigan but the Panthers crept up and tied the score ten minutes before the end of the game. Then Michigan ' s team went to pieces and the game was gone. I- ' HANK A. Paf,e 228 BEN.NIE G. OOSTEHBAAN ft C f g MICHIGAN 31 MINNESOTA 20 In an uneventful contest Michigan downed the Gopher quintet. For the first five minutes it showed promise of being an exciting contest but Michigan slowly crept ahead and was leading 18 to 10 at the half. Harrigan was the wonder of the evening with six points out of seven free throws. Oosterbaan led the scoring with eleven points followed by Otterness of Minnesota with 10. Reason and Rasnick replaced Harrigan and Chambers in the last few minutes of play. MICHIGAN 32 MINNESOTA 20 Michigan chalked up its fifth straight Conference win out of five starts and sent the Gophers into the cellar with six losses out of six games played. The score at the half was 17-13 Michigan. The rest period seemed to be just what the Wolverines needed and they made thirteen points in as many minutes, holding the Minnesota team scoreless until the game was safely in their hands. McCoy led the scoring with six goals and two free throws. ERNEST B. McCor MICHIGAN 41 IOWA 22 Michigan dedicated the new Iowa field house by sinking the home team. Coach Mather had predicted a striking victory in which Michigan would be at top form and such proved to be the case. Iowa ' s famed defense was useless and the short pass rather ineffective. Petrie and Harrigan led the scoring for Michigan with five baskets apiece. McConnell was high for Iowa with seven counters. MICHIGAN 31 IOWA 29 In a slow and uneventful contest marked only by Captain Chamber ' s splendid defensive work and the determined fight put up by Iowa, Michigan clinched the undisputed championship of the Western Con- ference in basketball. Harrigan and Oosterbaan did not display anything like their usual form and it was Chambers who saved the day for Michigan by stopping the Iowa offensive. St. WILBUK E. PETRIE WAYNE M, SCHROEDEH ___ _ -3 - MICHIGAN 25 ILLINOIS 24 Illinois gave Michigan a bad scare in their first encounter of the season and the Wolverines were barely able to secure the 25 to 24 victory in the closing minutes of play. The score at the half was 13 to 1 1 in favor of Illinois and it looked as though the Suckers would duplicate their thrilling victory of a year ago. Illinois scored first in the second half on Lindsay ' s free throw but the Wolverines gathered speed and soon cut down the lead of the visitors. The turning point of the game came when Daugherity, the star of the Illinois team, was put out of the game with four personal fouls. After this the Wolverines fought with renewed effort and with the score 24 to 23 in favor of Illinois Captain Chambers turned defeat into victory for his team by sinking a beautiful shot from the sidelines. MICHIGAN 30 ILLINOIS 26 SAMUEL E. GAKNE MICHIGAN 31 Playing an almost unbeatable game of ball, Michigan again defeated the championship hopes of Illinois by a narrow margin. The Wolverines outplayed and outwitted the Illini at every stage of the game and when the Indians th reatened, near the close of the game, Michigan used a delayed offense to break up the last minute spurt. Daugherity, the high scoring ace of the Conference was held scoreless throughout the first half by the air- tight defense of the Wolverines. Harrigan was the high point man of the game and the outstanding man in floor work. INDIANA 27 After getting off to a poor start and trailing three points at the half, Michigan fought its way to a 31 to 27 victory over Indiana. The Hoosiers jumped into an early lead and scored eight points before the Wolverines could get fairly started but the fast pace soon told on the crimson clad team and towards the last of the game they resorted mainly to long shots. Michigan unleashed a dazzling offensive attack at the beginning of the second half and soon obtained a comfortable lead which they held to the end of the game. Captain Chambers was high point man of the game with a total of ten points while Petrie was a close second with nine. Captain Kruger led the Indiana offense with seven points. MICHIGAN 34 INDIANA 37 Displaying a brand of ball that would spell defeat for any first rate team, Indiana avenged an early season defeat by beating the W 7 olverines 37 to 34. In addition to their uncanny floor work the Hoosiers showed an adeptness at basket shooting which is not often equalled, repeatedly sinking long shots when they met difficulty in breaking through the Michigan defense. Oosterbaan and Harrigan led the scoring for Michigan while Beckner starred for Indiana. NAT N. RASXICK HOBEHT S. REASON JAMES MARTIN I Page 230 ;jr SL 7r- Sf MICHIGAN 32 PURDUE 37 By tightening their defense in the second half Purdue toppled the Wolverines from high place to a triple tie for Conference leadership in the first game of the series at Lafayette. Early in the game the Harrigan and Oosterbaan combination proved a serious menace to the Boilermakers but at the start of the half Michigan lost the lead and never regained it. Harrigan had the highest score of the game with five baskets and five free throws. Wheeler and Wilson of Purdue each made a total of ten points while Bennie Oosterbaan chalked up nine. Though the score indicates a one sided game it was really much closer, the Wolverines being within one basket of tying the score several times. MICHIGAN 42 PURDUE 20 In a game that meant the Conference leadership to Michigan the Wolverines gained revenge for their previous defeat by downing the powerful Purdue team by a top heavy score. Michigan was playing a brand of ball that would have brought her a victory over any team in the country. Harrigan and Oosterbaan seemed able to sink baskets from any position on the floor and it was physically impossible for them to miss a foul shot. Captain Chambers stopped the Boilermakers time after time from scoring by his marvelous defensive playing. Oosterbaan made eight baskets and one free shot while Harrigan scored ten points from the floor and four from foul line. FRANK A. KUENZEL MICHIGAN 51 CHICAGO 25 Michigan set a new scoring record for this Conference season when she massacred Chicago at Yost Field house on February the twenty-second. A loss would have gone a long way towards wrecking the championship hopes of the Wolverines and Chicago was touted to be a worthy op- ponent. In the first few minutes of play things did look black for Michigan but Harrigan soon found the range and he and Oosterbaan started to pop them into the basket with the able assistance of Martin, McCoy and Chambers. Many Michigan substitutes were used towards the end of the game in order to give them some experience, Nyland, Schroeder, Truskowski and Rasnick being among those to see service. MICHIGAN 34 CHICAGO 15 Michigan rode rough shod over the University of Chicago thus assuring herself at least a tie for the Conference title. The Michigan defense was air-tight, Chicago ' s scores being all long ones. The score at the half was 15-5 Michigan and at no time was the outcome in doubt. Oosterbaan scored 13 points which makes him high scorer of the Conference, while his partner, Harrigan, made eight to take fourth place in the scoring honors. JOHN D. WHITTLE JOSEPH E. TRUSKOWSKI LAURENCE G. CLEMMONS PC " ' $- $fc+ FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SQUAD FRESHMAN BASKETBALL At the end of the season Coach Fisher awarded sweaters and class numerals to fifteen members of the yearling court squad. He was well pleased with the results obtained and believes that there is some excellent material among them who will make likely candidates for next year ' s Varsity team. Orwig, Kanitz, Magram and Hanna appeared to have the best possibilities among the forwards. Taylor and Lovell were the guards who showed most promise while at the pivotal position Raber and Chapman looked the best. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL NUMERAL WINNERS JOSEPH J. BALSAMO MILTON E. BERGMAN RUSSEL E. BOWERMAN ROBERT C. CHAPMAN DONALD L. HANNA THAREL T. KANITZ FRANK R. LOVELL SOL R. MAGRAM JAMES W. ORWIG FENTON RABER CHARLES J. RUSSICK WENDELL D. SMITH GEORGE W. SLAGLE LE ERNE H. TAYLOR RICHARD WEINER til MANAGER DKISTER JOBLONOWSKI MILLER PUCKELWARTZ KUBICEK DAVIS LANGE COACH FISHER WALTER OOSTERBAAN BLOTT CAPTAIN WILSOX FRIEDMAN Loos EDGAR SKIDMORE 1926 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM WESTERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS OFFICERS STEVEN F. WILSON Captain RAY L. FISHER . . Coach EMIL DEISTER Manager PERSONNEL STEVEN F. WILSON . . ' 26 First Base RUSSELL W. DAVIS . ' 27Ed . Catcher VERNON G. EDGAR . ' 27 Catcher BEN FRIEDMAN . ' 27 . Third Base PETER W. JOBLONOWSKI . . . ' 26 Pitcher Louis A. KUBICEK . ' 2gEd Second Base EDWARD W. LANGE . . ' 28 Left Field CARL M. Loos ' 28 Short Stop DONALD C. MILLER . ' 27 Pitcher BENNIE OOSTERBAAN ' 28 Right Field W. H. PUCKELWARTZ . ' 2 7 Ed . Center Field STANLEY L. SKIDMORE ' 28F.d . Second Base HARLAND G. WALTER ' 26 Pitcher A. M. A. C. L. WOBROCK D. P. BRAKE E. D. RUETZ F. J. KOUNTX. S. E. GAWNE M. N. SOUTHWO Page 234 PC G r- g fe Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan RESULTS OF THE SEASON 13 Kentucky 8 9 Vanderbilt 6 7 Vanderbilt o 9 Mercier 2 10 Mercier ' 2 i Georgia 6 1 Georgia 1 1 4 Ohio Wesleyan 5 6 M. S. C - 1 6 Purdue 4 2 Ohio State 9 3 Syracuse o o Syracuse 4 4 Indiana I 6 Wisconsin 4 5 Minnesota 3 6 Iowa 5 9 Illinois 4 5 Iowa 3 5 Ohi o State 4 5 Illinois 4 5 M. S. C ' . . 8. 4 Wisconsin 6 Michigan . Opponents 125 100 BATTING AVERAGES PuCKELWARTZ OOSTERBAAN EDGAR JOBLONOWSKI WILSON LANGE KUBICEK MILLER Loos FRIEDMAN . CAPTAIN WILSON COACH FISHER _ JOL Jl MICHIGAN ' S HOME RUN ARTIST, BENXIK OOSTERB. AX, AT BAT THE SOUTHERN TRIP The southern trip, although marred by two defeats at the hands of the University of Georgia may be considered a success because it gave the team the experience that enabled it to win the Conference honors. In the first game Michigan defeated the University of Kentucky nine by the top-heavy score of 13 to 8. Yanderbilt next fell a victim to the heavy slugging of the Wolverine team 9 to 6. The next day, behind the almost perfect pitching of Jablonowski, the Maize and Blue again defeated Vanderbilt, this time by a 7 to o score. Michigan won both of the two game series with Mercer. In the first game, with Don Miller on the mound, the Southern team was defeated 9 to 2. Con- tinuing their heavy hitting and fast fielding the Wolverines won the second game 10 to 2. Then Michigan seemed to hit a slump and dropped a two game series to Georgia 6 to I and II to i. The Wolverines spoiled their pre-season record by loose fielding. Captain Wilson, Puckel- wartz and Kubicek proved to be the heavy artillery of the team while Miller, Jablonowski and Walter showed up very well on the mound. STEVE WILSON STRETCHES AFTER A LOW ONE CAPTAIN-ELECT PUCKEI.WARTZ Louis A. KUBICEK ft c %f WILSON JUMPS FOR FIRST ix THE M. S. C. GAME NON-CONFERENCE GAMES Michigan lost to Ohio Wesleyan 4 to 5 after coming from behind to tie the score at 4-4 in the last half of the ninth inning. On April 22, the Varsity nine opened the home season with a 6 to i victory over Michigan State College. Michigan used three pitchers effectively, the Staters being able to collect only three hits in the nine innings. Don Miller twirled the Wolverines to a 3 to ovictory over the Syracuse University team on May the first. The Orange players were able to gather only six hits off of the Michigan pitcher and nine players were sent back to the dugout via the strikeout route. In the sixth inning Oosterbaan found one to his liking and slammed it far over the left fielder ' s head for a home run. The Maize and Blue was unable to solve the southpaw tactics of Van Lenglen and Syracuse won the second game of the series 4 to o. The score might have been larger had it not been for the stubborn defense displayed by Michigan. Three Orangemen were retired at home plate by Edgar and sixteen died on bases during the contest. In a contest marked by heavy hitting and poor fielding on both sides Michigan lost the second game of the series to Michigan State. Coach Fisher saved his best pitchers for the more important Conference game to follow. The Spartans bunched their eight hits in two innings_thus putting the game on the ice. The final score was Michigan 5, M. S. C. 8. " TES8 " EDGAR MAKES IT ONE DOWN AT THE HOME PLATE BENNIE G. OOSTERBAAN BEN FRIEDMAN Page 237 x - S A WISCONSIN PI.AYER PUTS UP A CLOUD OF DUST AT WILSON s STRONGHOLD CONFERENCE GAMES MICHIGAN 6 P URDUE 4 In Michigan ' s first Conference start Purdue was defeated in- a game halted several times by rain. The Purdue aggregation was then leading the Conference by virtue of three victories in their first three contests. Purdue scored in the first inning and it took the Wolverines until the fourth to catch up. Coach Fisher ' s men sewed the game up in the sixth when they added two more tallies. Joblonowski pitched a good game holding the opposition to six hits while Michigan gathered eleven. MICHIGAN 2 OHIO 9 In the first game of the Ohio series, on April twenty-seventh, Michigan went down to defeat, mainly due to the collapse of the infield. Walter pitched a splendid game allowing only seven hits but his good work was ruined by eight infield errors. The Wolverines held their own until the fourth inning when Ohio collected two runs adding three more in the next. Michigan secured one in the sixth frame and one in the seventh. Then the infield blew up and Ohio put the game away by sending four men across the plate. MICHIGAN 5 OHIO 4 Michigan revenged itself for the early season defeat by downing the Buckeyes in a last minute rally. Walter started but was relieved by Joblonowski in the fourth. " Jabby " pitched a shut-out game for the rest of the nine innings. The game was halted in the eighth because of rain with the score 4 to 2, Ohio. Fortunately the rain let up in time and Michigan tied the score when Blanchard of Ohio weakened. Then Joblonowski scored Puckelwartz for the winning HARLAXD G. WALTER VERXON G. EDGAR Page r- fe DON MILLER WAITS FOH THE DECISION ON HIB SLIDE MICHIGAN 4 INDIANA 1 Michigan and Indiana engaged in an interesting baseball encounter that resul ted in the down- fall of the Hoosiers at Ferry Field on May the fourth. It was a very cold day but this did not seem to bother Joblonowski who struck out eight men and allowed only five hits. All in all, it was a pitchers duel, Vojeth of Indiana being one of the crack pitchers of the Con- ference and with the exception of the sixth, when Michigan scored four, pitched an air-tight game. Indiana also scored its lone talley in the sixth. MICHIGAN 6 WISCONSIN 4 On May the eighth Michigan defeated the Badgers in a game featured by three home runs, two of them by Michigan. Joblonowski started but was replaced by Walter in the third. Wisconsin took the lead by scoring in the first and second. The Wolverines scored one in the third and took the lead in the fifth when Loos knocked a home run with a man on base. Two more runs were added in the sixth by Oosterbaan and Puckelwartz. MICHIGAN 4 WISCONSIN 6 Michigan lost to Wisconsin in the last game of the season. The game had no bearing on the Conference title which was safely in the hands of the Wolverines and perhaps this fact was the chief reason for the defeat. Coach Fisher used all three of his regular pitchers, Joblonowski, Miller and Walter. It was the last appearance in a Michigan uniform for two of them, Joblonow- ski and Walter. y. PETER W. JOBLANOWSKI RUSBEL W. DAVIS X Page 239 LANGE DODGES HIS WAY TO FIRST MICHIGAN 5 MINNESOTA 3 Michigan defeated Minnesota at Minneapolis in one of the hardest fought games of the season. The score was 3 to 3 at the end of the ninth. In the extra inning Wilson walked, Lange singled, Oosterbaan sacrificed rilling the bases. Edgar then got a single and two runners crossed the plate. Jablonowski pitched a great game, allowing only five well scattered hits. MICHIGAN 6 IOWA 5 Michigan fought and downed the Iowa nine in an exciting extra-inning game at Ferry Field on May the eleventh. The score was tied at four all in the ninth. In the tenth frame " Tess " Edgar came to bat and hit a home run that rolled to the tennis courts giving the victory to the Wolverines. MICHIGAN 5 IOWA 3 In the return game at Iowa City on May the eighteenth Michigan took the Hawkeyes into camp. This was the fifth straight win for the Wolverines and the seventh of the Conference season with only one defeat. Jablonowski pitched eight innings, Walter relieving him in the ninth. " Jabby " allowed only three hits. Oosterbaan and Puckelwartz made sensational catches that saved possible tallies. $i STANLEY L. SKIDMOHK WILSON STOPS A Wn Page 240 7r-- gfc CAPTAIN Wi BAT FOR MICHIGAN MICHIGAN 9 ILLINOIS 4 On May the sixteenth Coach Fisher ' s men met Illinois at Urbana in a game which was to settle the leadership in the Conference. When the smoke of battle had cleared away the Wolverines were ' found on the long end of the score. It was a game featured by brilliant work on the part of the infield, air tight pitching by Miller and a home run by Captain W ' ilson. In the first inning the Wolverines pushed over five runs and were never in danger of losing the lead. MICHIGAN 5 ILLINOIS 4 Saturday, May twenty-third, proved to be a disastrous day for the Illini. Not only were they defeated in track but were downed in the second ball game of the series in a thrilling ninth inning rally. Miller again pitched, holding the opponents to ten well scattered hits. Edgar led in the batting and made some sensational catches behind the plate. Oosterbaan led in scoring by crossing the plate with three of the five runs. UCKELWARTZ SACRIFICES AND ADVANCES LANGE TO THIRD CARL M. Loos DON C. MILLER xi A . FRESHMAN BASEBALL After Spring recess Coach Mather issued the call for the yearlings and more than eighty candidates responded for practice. During the succeeding weeks this number was reduced to thirty-six and after a spirited fight twenty-six of the more promising players were awarded their numerals. Although there seemed to be no distinct mark of superiority among the pitchers, Dahl and Asbeck showed a marked development over their early season form. The other moundsmen to be awarded numerals were Gilmartin, Montague, Lowe and Steinburg. For the receiver ' s job Coach Mather selected Duckman, Nissen, Reich- man and Truskowski. At first base Cohn appeared to be supreme but he had able substitutes in Drake, Heilstedt and McCoy. At second base there were three men of seemingly equal ability, Wagner, Centanni, and Rees. Third base was handled by Robbins and Townsend, both of whom played well throughout the season. At shortstop the " law of the survival of the fittest " found Morse, Lippman and Doran left out of a large field of candidates. Among the outfielders Flannery, O ' Donnell, Campbell and Nebling were of high enough caliber to merit their numerals. The squad in general was better than usual and Coach Fisher should find some able material among them for next year ' s Varsity nine. ft A Page 242 HERRNSTEIX IWKENDERIAN WAGNER SCHROEDER ROTH MANAGER GRAB CALL AH AX LASSER LESCHIXSKY HESTEH OHLHEISER NORTHROP VOELKER PROUT WEEKS FEINSINGER COACH FARRELL CAPTAIN FHEYBERG McCAFFREE BEAN JUNG WELLS MUELLER MUNGER KELLY MUNZ HAWKINS DOYLE PALMER 1926 VARSITY TRACK TEAM WESTERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS 5c RICHARD H. FREYBERG STEPHEN J. FARRELL ROBERT M. GRAB AZEL E. BEAN, ' 26 ROY H. CALLAHAN, ' 26 RICHARD F. DOYLE, ' 26 NATHAN P. FEINSINGER, ' 26 RICHARD H. FREYBERG, ' 26 HARRY HAWKINS, ' 26E WM. H. HERRNSTEIN JR., ' 26E GEORGE B. HESTER, ' 2 Ed EARL A. KELLY, 5 28Ed CHARLES C. JUNG, ' 27 B.Ad. J. B. SciIRAVESAND DANIEL HUFF JOHN LOVETTE H. C. ROTH CHAS. WELLS FLOYD MCCAFFREE OFFICERS PERSONNEL A. M. A. WAYNE SCHROEDER Captain Coach Manager HAROLD A. LASSER, ' 27 VICTOR B. LESCHINSKY, ' 27 FOORMAN L. MUELLER, ' 27 INMAN L. MUNGER, ' 28 CHARLES J. MUNZ JR., ' 26L PHILIP M. NORTHROP, J 28D HAROLD R. OHLHEISER, ' 27E LOWELL M. PALMER, ' 26 PERCY PROUT, ' 28 DAVID M. WEEKS, ' 27M H. P. ISKENDERIAN THEODORE HORNBERGER EMIL VOELKER JOHN WAGNER WlNTHROP McCAIN GEORGE SNIDER Page 244 ft r fe g INDOOR TRACER 1926 ILLINOIS RELAYS One world ' s record was broken, three others were tied and four carnival marks fell as more than seven hundred athletes representing more than seventy universities, colleges and prep schools competed in the ninth annual Illinois indoor relay on February the twenty-seventh. Michigan ' s four mile relay team, Reinke, Callahan, Jung and Freyberg, took first place in that event in 18:16, setting a new carnival record. Illinois and Nebraska finished in the order named. Alderman of Michigan State tied the world ' s record in the three hundred yard dash when he came in ahead of Locke of Nebraska in 31 and 1-5 seconds. Grim of Michigan State also tied the world ' s record in his preliminary heat of the 75 yard dash in the time of 7 and 3-5 seconds, but was defeated by Hester of Michigan in the finals. The Wolverine mile relay team, Onlheiser, Mueller, Herrnstein and Feinsinger finished first in their heat but the first three teams in the second heat had better time. Spence, of the College of the City of Detroit, finished first in the seventy-five low hurdles in 8 3-5 seconds. Werner of Illinois was second and Voelker of Michigan third. It was a very close race and only inches separated the three. Werner of Illinois and Guthrie of Ohio tied for first in the seventy-five yard high hurdles equalling the world ' s record of 9 2-5 seconds. John Kuck of the Kansas State Teachers College shattered the world ' s indoor record for the shot put when he hurled the shot 50 feet 6 and 4 inches. The former record was held by himself, the distance being 49 feet 2 inch. Hester of Michigan placed first in the finals of the seventy-five yard dash in the fast time of 7 and 4-5 seconds. COACH FARRELL MANAGER GRAB Page 245 X . z+$$ CONFERENCE INDOOR MEET Iowa captured the sixteenth annual Western Conference indoor track meet on March the fourteenth at Evanston, Illinois by scoring 24 1-3 points. Michigan was second with 20 points, Wisconsin third and Illinois fourth. Three Conference records were broken and one tied in this hotly contested meet. Dick Freyberg took second in the mile run. Kennedy of Ohio was forced to set a new Conference record of 4 minutes 23 2-5 seconds to beat him. Hester placed first in the 50 yard dash tying the Conference record of 5 2-5 seconds. Kelly of Michigan was third. Feinsinger of Michigan placed third in the quarter mile after getting off to a very poor start. " Chick " Werner, star Illinois hurdler, broke a world ' s record in the sixty-five yard high hurdles by i-io of a second, his time being 7 5-10 seconds. Guthrie of Ohio was second and Voelker of Michigan third. Chapman of Wisconsin broke the former record for the two mile by taking the event in 9 minutes 26 2-5 seconds. Callahan of Michigan was fourth. Michigan placed third in the shot put behind Dauber of Iowa and Lyon of Illinois. Michigan ' s two mile relay team placed second to Iowa in that event after leading for most of the way. The final result was one of inches alone. CAPTAIN FREYBERG Iowa 24 1-3 Michigan 20 Wisconsin 19 Illinois 18 2-3 Ohio State 8 Chicag o 6 Northwestern 6 Indiana 5 Purdue 2 Minnesota. . i CAPFAIN-ELECT NOHTHUOP G. B HESTER Page 2j C 5f ac MICHIGAN 58 5-6 CORNELL 36 1-6 NATHAN P. FEIXSINGER of .8 2-5. Voelker In the traditional dual meet on March 27 at Ithaca, Michigan defeated Cornell 58 5-6 to 36 1-6. Michigan took seven first places while Cornell gathered three, the pole vault ending in a deadlock between Northrop of Michigan and Dcdd of Cornell at twelve feet. Captain Russell of Cornell ran the 75 yard dash in the fast time of 7 2-5 which is a new record for a board track. Hester of Michigan was scratched just before the meet due to a strained leg muscle. Many of the old records fell during the course of the evening, and fore- most among these was the mile relay won by Michigan in 3 :28. The team was composed of Ohlheiser, Mueller, Herrnstein and Feinsinger. Feinsinger, running anchor, came from behind to beat Worley by a foot at the tape. Jung set a new record in the mile in winning for Michigan in 4:26 which is sensational for a board track. Captain Freyberg did not extend himself to coast easily into second place. Feinsinger gave Michigan another first by winning the J4O yard dash in the new track record time of 151 2-5. Voelker added another Wolverine victory by winning the 75 yard high hurdles in : 9 3 " S which is a new dual meet record. Captain Freyberg set a new mark in the half mile in beating Higley of Cornell. The time was 2:00 4-5. Cornell nearly scored a slam in the running high jump taking the first two places and having two other Cornell men tie with Roth of Michigan for third. Spellman won the 75 yard low hurdle race equalling the dual meet record and Snyder, the two Michig an entries, finished close behind the winner. OHIO RELAYS On April 17 Coach Farrell split his squad sending some to the Ohio and some to the Kansas relays. Michigan added to the success of the indoor season by making a splendid showing at the Ohio relays at Columbus. In the hundred yard dash Michigan took all three places, Hester, Kelly and Leschinsky finishing in the order named. Hester ' s time was 10 1-5 seconds. In the half mile relay Michigan ' s team placed first in I minute 30 8-1 o seconds. In the mile relay the Wolverines again took first in the fast time of 3 minutes 23 i-io seconds which was a new relay record. This team was composed of Munger, Mueller, Herrn- stein and Feinsinger. In the pole vault Huff of Michigan, Prout of Michigan and Harrington of Notre Dame tied for second place. In the shot put Munz added a point to the Wolverine score by taking third place. Harry Hawkins achieved new honors by capturing the Triathlon for weight men. He won the hammer throw, was second in the discus and scored in the shot put. In the high jump event Weeks of Michigan took third. HAROLD A. LASHER HARRY HAWKINS Page VICTOR B. LCSCHINBKY START OF THE TWO MILE HUN AGAINST ILLINOI KANSAS RELAYS CHARLES J. MUNZ At the athletic carnival held at the estimated to be more than one thousand had fair success though obviously not in Three of the greatest four mile relay which ended in the triumph of the Illinois Jung and Preyberg a very close second, second in the discus throw and Northrop University of Kansas at Lawrence, Kansas, there were athletes competing. Michigan was well represented and the form that characterized the remainder of the season, teams in the country battled for supremacy in that event team with Michigan represented by Callahan, Hornberger, The Oregon Aggies took third place. Dick Doyle took third in the pole vault. DRAKE RELAYS The Drake Relays, nationally known and widely attended track carnival, was unusually successful this year in spite of the unfavorable weather conditions. Three new Drake records were established and another was tied. Roland Locke of Nebraska shattered the world ' s record in the hundred yard dash when he ran the distance in 9 5-10 seconds. This is a tenth of a second faster than the former record made in 1906 by Dan Kelly and equalled since by Drew, Paddock, Hussey and Locke. Charles Hoff set a new American record for the pole vault when he cleared a height of 13 feet 9 4 inches, the former record being 13 feet 5 inches, held by Barnes of the University of California. THK TWO MILE AOAINST OHIO. MICHIGAN TOOK SECOND AND THIRD Page 248 - fe s CALLAHAN FINISHES SECOND IN THE TWO MILE RUN RICHARD F. DOYLE HAROLD R. OHLHEISER " Bud " Houser of Southern California, Olympic shot put and discus champion, went down to defeat when he was beaten in the shot put by Kuck of the Kansas State Teachers College with a distance of 48 feet 5 inches. Again the three four mile relay teams, Illinois, Oregon Aggies and Michigan, fought it out with the result that the teams finished in the order named. PENN RELAYS In the Penn Relays, Hester of Michigan covered himself with glory when he beat Frank Hussey of Boston College, former national hundred yard champion, in that event. The time 10 i-io, was slow mainly due to the fact that they were running in the face of a strong wind. Harry Hawkins surprised the meet when he took first in the hammer throw with a heave of 152 feet 3 9-16 inches which was better than anything he had done before. Phil Northrop showed that he had not yet recovered from his recent operation when he could take only third in the javelin throw with a heave of 186 feet. He also took third in the pole vault and tried the broad jump. Due to the fact that they were unfortunate in having to run the tenth lane Michigan ' s mile relay team could take only fifth place although expected to furnish stiff competition. THE FIRST HURDLE IN THE 120 HIGH. WERNER OF ILLINOIS IN THE THIRD LANE FROM THE LEFT Q Page 249 -- ffl " BUCK " HESTER FINISHES FIRST ix THE 100 YARD, MICHIGAX AGAINST ILLINOIS MICHIGAN 72 J IOWA 62 K Showing their superiority in nearly every event but the hurdles, Michigan ' s track team de- feated Iowa in the annual dual meet. The Wolverines took a total of nine out of fifteen first places. In the 100 yard dash Hester finished first and Leschinsky second. Hester ' s time was 9 9-10 seconds. In the 220 dash Leschinsky was first in 23 seconds flat. Kelly of Michigan took third place in this event. In the 440 dash Feinsinger placed second and Herrnstein third. In the 880 yard run Captain Freyberg took first place in the fast time of i minute 58 4-10 seconds. Hornberger of Michigan added a point to the Wolverine ' s total when he came in third. In the mile run Iowa had to be content with third place, Jung finished first in 4 minutes 32 5-10 seconds closely followed by Captain Freyberg. Callahan and Wells took first and second in the two mile run, the time being 9 minutes 54 2-10 seconds. Iowa took both the 120 high hurdles and the 220 low hurdles. In the field events Michigan continued her series of wins without much difficulty. In the shot put Munz took second place, losing to the Iowa man by a margin of inches. In the pole vault Boyles of Iowa and Prout of Michigan tied for first with a new record for the Iowa field of 12 feet 10 l 4 inches. Northrup of Michigan took third place. In the discus Doyle and Munz finished in the order named. Doyle ' s throw was 132 feet 9 inches. In the high jump Weeks of Michigan went into a tie with Swenson of Iowa for third place. In the hammer throw Harry Hawkins took his usual first place with a throw of 149 feet 6 inches. Phil Northrop took first in the broad jump with a leap of 22 feet 2 3-8 inches. Northrop proved himself high score man of the meet by taking first in the Javelin throw with a distance of 196 feet 2-10 inches. Roth of Michigan placed third in this event. u ROY H. CALI.AHAX Page 250 C. C. Jrxo - %f HESTER AND LESCHINSKY FINISH FIRST AND SECOND IN THE 100 YARD IN THE OHIO MEET MICHIGAN 82 OHIO STATE 53 Michigan ' s well balanced track team scored a decisive victory over the Ohio state squad in the annual dual meet at Ann Arbor. The Wolverines took nine first places, tied for another and secured eight second and eight third places in amassing their grand total. Captain George Guthrie of the Ohio team was the outstanding star of the meet, accounting for eleven of the Buckeye ' s points. He also broke the field record for the 120 high hurdles in the fast time of 14 5-10 seconds. In the 120 low hurdle event he tied another field record, being pushed to the limit by his teammate Irwin. Leschinsky of Michigan also tied a field record when he sprinted his way to a thrilling victory in the 220 yard dash, after following Grimm of Ohio for the first hundred yards. Phil Northrop, three event star of the Wolverines, accounted for ten points when he won his favorite event, the javelin throw, took second in the broad jump and tied for second in the pole vault. " Buck " Hester ' s brilliant running in the 100 yard dash proved to be another feature of the meet, the diminuitive sprint star chalking up his sixth straight win of the year when he breasted the tape in 9 7-10 seconds. In the field events competition was not so keen and the Michigan athletes had to be content with vying with each other for supremacy. Dick Doyle, Schravesande and Munz took all three places in the discus, Doyle winning with a heave of 137 feet 5 inches. The Wolverines scored another slam in the pole vault when Percy Prout continued his good work by taking the event with a vault of 12 feet 6 inches. Northrop and Huff tied for FOORMAN L. MUELLER second and third places. WILLIAM H. HERRXSTEIN s$e START OF THE HALF MILE ju-x AGAINST ILLINOIS MICHIGAN 71 ILLINOIS 64 Taking eight f rst places in the fifteen events on the program, five of these coming in the field events, Michigan track men scored a victory over the strong Illinois squad in spite of the fact that they were handicapped by a rain soaked track. The greatest upset of the afternoon came when Lasser, a Michigan hurdler, defeated Captain Werner of Illinois in the 220 low hurdles. Werner, who, along with Guthrie of Ohio, can be classed with the best hurdlers of the country, was heavily favored to win and Lasser ' s brilliant performance will be long remembered by the Michigan fans. Lasser ' s time of 25 5-10 seconds betters the dual meet record of 25 6-10 seconds. Hawkins, Michigan ' s hammer thrower, won his event with a throw of 157 feet I inch, breaking his former dual meet mark of 144 feet 5 inches. Dick Doyle broke both the Ferry Field and the dual meet records when he made 141 feet I inch in the Discus throw. The Ferry Field record was 140 feet 8 inches and the dual meet 136 feet i inches. " Buck " Hester, true to form, placed first in the 100 yard in the fast time of 9 8-10 seconds. Leschinsky led the field in the 220, time 21 5-10 seconds. In the pole vault, Northrop and Prout tied for first at the height of 12 feet 8 inches. Northrop also took firsts in the broad jump and the javelin throw scoring a total of 14 points in the meet. Schoch, the Illinois quarter miler, tied the dual meet record of 49 4-10 seconds when he beat Feinsinger who put up a brilliant battle but lost to the flashy runner by a scant two yards. FHF.VHF.R ; FINISHES THIRD IN THE HALF MILE, MICHIGAN vs. ILLINOIS INMAN L. MCNCKK PERCY PROUT Page 252 LESCHINSKY PLACES FIRST IN THE 220 IN THE ILLINOIS MEET CONFERENCE MEET Michigan won the twenty-sixth annual Big Ten Conference track and field championship by scoring 54 and 14-20 points. Illinois was second with 4.6 and 9-20 and Iowa third with 42 and 19-20. Ohio, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Indiana, Northwestern, Chicago, and Purdue finished in the order given. In the 100 yard dash " Buck " Hester and Vic Leschinsky tied for first place followed by Gruen- hagen of Minnesota third and Earl Kelly of Michigan fourth. The time was rather slow, 10 2-10 seconds. Leschinsky again took the first honor in the 220 dash, his time being 22 flat. In the 440 Michigan, represented by Feinsinger, had to be content with fourth place. Kennedy of Wisconsin was first in 49 i-io seconds. In the 880 Michigan failed to score. The event was won by Caine of Indiana in i:$6 2-10 seconds. The mile run was also a blank for Michigan. Rue of Illinois was first in 4:26 flat. Michigan ' s bad luck lasted through the two mile also. Chapman of Wisconsin led the field in 9:41 4-10 seconds. Steve Farrell ' s men turned the tide in the mile relay when the team consisting of Munger, Mueller, Feinsinger and Herrnstein finished first in 3:19.9 thus establishing a new record for this event. The 1 20 high hurdles were won by Guthrie of Ohio and Werner of Illinois second. In the shot put Lyon of Illinois placed first with a new record heave of 47 feet inch. Munz of Michigan was fourth with 44 feet 7 4 inches. Burg of Chicago and Anson of Ohio State tied for first in the high jump at a height of 6 feet 2 7-8 inches. In the broad jump Northrop placed third with a jump of 23 feet 3 inches, 5 inches behind the winner. In the pole vault Northrop tied for first with Boyles of Iowa. Prout and four others tied for third. PHIL NORTHKOP BROAD JUMPING LOWELL M. PALMER EARL A. KKLLY - $e -: f HAWKIXS GROUP SENT TO THE NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATES FEINSINGER HESTER COACH FARKELL LESCHINSHY NORTHROP DOYLE NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATES Michigan sent six of her track stars to the national collegiate track and field championships that were held at Soldier ' s field, Chicago, and all six entries placed in the various events, two firsts, two seconds, two thirds and a fifth being accounted for by the Wolverine athletes. Michigan rolled up a total of 25 points. The University of Southern California was the only team to outpoint Michigan, her eleven star athletes making 27 points. Phil Northrop was high point man for the Wolverines with a first in the javelin throw and a second in the broad jump. He did not enter the pole vault. His distance for the javelin throw was 200 feet 10 inches. He had no difficulty in getting second place in the broad jump and could have had first place if he had not overstepped twice, each time leaping over 24 feet. " Buck " Hester led the mighty Roland Locke of Nebraska for the first 90 yards but Locke forged ahead to win by inches. This was the only time in the season that Hester failed to take first place. Harry Hawkins made a throw of 138 feet 3 inches in the hammer event which was more than enough to earn him first place. Dick Doyle threw the discus 143 feet for third place. First was taken by the world ' s record holder, " Bud " Houser of Southern California, with a throw of 148 feet y$ inches. Feinsinger ran a wonderful race to place third in the 440 run. The winners were forced to tie the carnival record of 49 seconds and finished a scant two yards ahead of him. Vic Leschinsky took fifth place in an all-star field in the 220 yard dash. AZEI. E. BEAN Page 254 DAVID M. WEEKS -- $f FEINSINGER MILE RELAY TEAM HERRNSTEIN MUELLER MUNGER A COMPARISON OF OLD AND NEW TRACK RECORDS AT MICHIGAN EVENT i oo Yard Dash 220-Yard Dash 440-Yard Dash 880- Yard Run One Mile Run Two Mile Run OLD 1877 ioK " W. R. Roberts 1879 25 " W. W. Hannan 1880 1877 1879 1877 1 20- Yard High Hurdles 1886 22O-Yard Low Hurdles 1891 Hammer Throw 1896 Shot Put 1886 Broad Jump 1880 60 " L. A. Green 2 ' isK " J- H. Fiske 6 ' 7 " E. H. Flynn 14 ' 23 " D. J. Casey C. D. Wright E. B. DuPont 1 06 ' 6K " C. E. McConkey 36 ' G. L. Gootschalk 18 ' 8K " J- Moore 21 4-5 " 30 2-5 " High Jump Pole Vault Discus Throw Javelin One Mile Relay Two Mile Relay Four Mile Relay 1880 4 ' ii " C.W.Hodges 1893 9 ' 6 " A. O. Austin 1898 96 ' 4 " P.W.Jones 1919 151 ' 5 " A. Walls 1925 1910 1914 1926 1913 I92S 1916 1912 1925 1907 1904 1911 1925 1924 1924 1926 1926 1926 I92S 1925 21 I- 21 I- r " 5 21 1-5 " 48 2-5 " NEW 9 3-5 " Wm. D. Hubbard R. C. Craig J. E. Bond V. B. Leschinsky C. B. Haff i ' 544-5 " Charles Reinke 4 ' 16 2-5 " H. L. Carrol 9 ' 33 " R. C. Haimbaugh Wm. D. Hubbard J. C. Garrels R. W. Rose J- J- Homer 15 " 24 " 158 ' 3 48 ' 3 1 25 ' io7-8 " Wm.D. Hubbard (World ' s Record) 6 ' 4 " R. W. Smith 13 ' K " J- K. Brooker 143 ' 9 " R.F.Doyle 207 ' 7 5-8 " Phil Northrop 3 ' 19 3-10 " 7 ' Si 2-5 " 18 ' 16 " i Page 2js g-c fe FRESHMAN TRACK SQUAD FRESHMAN TRACK In reward for a strenuous season of regular practice, Coach Hoyt awarded thirty-seven numerals to the best members of the yearling track squad. The season in general was only relatively success- ful, in so far as it served to develop the capacities of several promising candidates for next year ' s Varsity squad. Captain Kelly, sensational half miler, leads the list of names, but several others deserve special attention for the high calibre of their work. Blocker and Wilson in the broad jump, Erickson in the pole vault, and Kinney and McDonald in the hurdles also showed up exceedingly well. Ketz in the hammer throw was by far the most promising of the field candidates. His best record for the year was 134 feet 8 inches, made against Minnesota. This mark is considerably- better than any performance made by Harry Hawkins during his freshman year. FRESHMAN TRACK NUMERAL WINNERS BANGIUER M. AUBREY ARDEN L. BEMENT F. BLOCHER GI.EN A. CARLSON ARNIE ERICKSON ERNEST J. FREESE EDWARD G. GOETZ W T ILLIAM R. HOUGH MANLEY K. HUNT WILFRED H. KETZ RICHARD R. KINXEY MAX W. KENDRICK S. KELLY NOBLE D. LEONARD E. GOWERY J. GOWERY LAWRENCE M. LAMONT EVERETT H. LANE GEORGE K. MCDONALD T. ARNOLD MEDSGAR RANDOLPH B. MONROE GEORGE H. McARTHUR CHARLES M. MOORE DONALD S. SMITH M. SMITH FRANCIS D. SANDERSON JOHN W. TARBILL G. WEST EARL R. WATS ON THEODORE C. WUERFUL RICHARD J. WILLIAMS CLIFFORD W T ILSON PAUL J. KERN HARRY A. PETERSON G. CORYELL RICHARD M. EDDY Page 236 ft $- g$fe+ w O WlTERFEL MONROE HORNBERGER MANAGER CHAMBERLIN COACH FARKELL LA MO NT CAPTAIN BRIGGB IBKENDARIAN 1926 CROSS COUNTRY Starting the year with only three experienced men, Coach Farrell turned out a team which enjoyed a reasonably successful season. Briggs, Hornberger and Iskenderian were the only veterans available, so the Coach spent most of his time trying to develop promising sophomore material which might add to the strength of future teams. Briggs and Hornberger will be lost to next year ' s squad by graduation and their absence will be keenly felt. However Coach Farrell can rely on several sophomore runners who have shown considerable ability throughout the first season. In the first meet Michigan easily defeated Purdue by a 20 to 35 score. Little, the Boilermaker ' s star, ran first but the next seven places were won by the Wolverines. Michigan had little trouble at Lansing the following week, defeating the Spartans 23 to 32. The feature of the meet was the thrilling battle between Briggs and Severence of State for first place. The latter won by a scant margin. In a triple meet between Michigan, Ohio and Illinois, the Michigan team ran a close second to Ohio while Illinois took third place. In the Conference meet at Minnesota, Michigan placed fifth with 127 points. Wisconsin, Ohio, Iowa and Illinois finished in the order named. In former years competition for the Harpham Trophy took the form of an individual race. This year the first Michigan man to finish in the Conference meet was declared the winner. Captain Briggs won it for the third consecutive year. The following men were given their letters: Captain Briggs, Hornberger, Iskenderian. Monroe, Lamont and Wuerfel were selected for the A. M. A. award. CAPTAIN BRIGGS Page 257 r JS CRANE VOBE CAPTAIN KHICKBAUM STEPHENS OLIAN 1926 TENNIS TEAM At the start of the 1926 season about 120 candidates reported for practice. Dr. Henry C. Hutchins, coach of the team, weeded these out slowly until the squad reached a more workable size. Of the twenty remaining members there were only three veterans, Captain Krickbaum, Vose and Crane. Olian and Stephens were picked from among this number for the team. The season was very successful, only one Conference game being lost, to Illinois, and in all the matches of the season Michigan clearly demonstrated her superiority. A practice match was arranged with the Detroit Tennis Club to give the team as a whole more practice on strokes. At the end of the season Varsity letters were awarded to Captain Krickbaum, Vose, Crane, Olian and Stephens. Irwin A. Olian was elected Captain for the following year, and he and Stephens will constitute the only veteran members of the squad next year. r Michigan 7 Michigan 7 Michigan 6 Michigan 6 Michigan 10 Michigan 2 Michigan 4 Michigan 4 Michigan 4 M. S. C o U. of D o Indiana I Butler i Toledo 2 Illinois 4 Wisconsin 3 Minnesota 2 Chicago 3 CAPTAIN KHICKBAUM CAPTAIX-ELECT OLIAN Page 2 S S $ $e X. PROFESSOR TRUEBLOOD CAPTAIN " FEELY CONNOR COLE COACH WELLS 1926 GOLF TEAM Only two veterans were available for the golf team but with the aid of some very promising sophomores Coaches Wells and Trueblood turned out a successful team. All but two of the dual meets resulted in Michigan victories and the team placed fourth in the Conference meet. Captain Feely, Glover, Connor and Cole represented Michigan in the first dual meet, with Ohio, and overwhelmed the Buckeyes 19 to 4 2. In the Illinois meet Michigan lost by one point and in the Chicago meet by three points. In both of these meets the last hole was the deciding factor. Throughout the balance of the season the same lineup that took part in the Ohio meet was used with remarkably good results. In the Conference meet Michigan placed fourth. Illinois was first, Chicago second and North- western third. In the individual championships Hesert of Chicago was first, Connor of Michigan fourth, Feely of Michigan tenth, and Cole of Michigan eighteenth. Michigan . Michigan. Michigan. Michigan . Michigan . Michigan . 22 Ohio State . . . Illinois Purdue Northwestern. Wisconsin . . . Chicago COACH WELLS CAPTAIN FEELY Page 259 I islfe JBL CAPTAIN JONES WALDRON MARSHALL ROCHE G ABLER COMB DENTON SIBILSKY HOOPER COACH BAR as MANEY MANAGER THIELMAN WETTLAUFER LARSON COPELAND GOMBERG 1927 HOCKEY SQUAD CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Michigan has been represented by a skillful, fighting, hockey team, as their record of seven wins out of ten games played shows. Michigan defeated the powerful Minnesota squad in a final series which placed her in a tie with the Gophers for high place. Captain Jones played a stellar game throughout the season and was rated by the Minnesota coach as the best goal tender in the Conference. The first games of the season were played with the Michigan College of Mines. Coach Barss ' men split the series with a team which now claims the inter-collegiate championship. Michigan State was next on the schedule and Michigan took both games although forced into -an extra period to win the second. The second semester opened with the Northern trip on which Michigan won a game from Wisconsin and dropped two with Minnesota. In a three game series with Wisconsin Michigan took all three from the Badgers, one of which took an hour and a half to break the tie. The men who made the Northern trip were, Captain Jones, Gabler, Comb, Larson, Hooper, Maney, Roach, Sibilsky, Copeland, Denton, Marshall and Gomberg. Michigan i Michigan . . . . 2 Michigan 2 Michigan. . . . I Michigan . . . . 2 Michigan . . Michigan . . . . 2 Michigan. . . . I Michigan . . . . I Michigan I Michigan. . . . . . 2 Michigan C. of M. . . . o Michigan C. of M. . . . i Michigan State o Michigan State Wisconsin Minnesota Minnesota Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin o Minnesota o Minnesota . i CAPTAIN ' JONEK COACH BARSS Page 260 r - BATTER SPINDLE WAGNER MAYER SEAGER WATSON DARNALL HALSTED STARRETT CAPTAIN SAMSON COACH MANN HALSTED SHORR BAILEY HORN HUBBELL BEMENT 1927 VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS " The University of Michigan swimming team of i926- ' 2y is the greatest team ever organized by any college. " Paul Samson, Michigan swimmer, is the outstanding inter-collegiate swimmer of the year. " COACH MANN In the four dual meets that have been held with non-Conference teams, Michigan has won three and lost but one. Conference competition has proved even easier, the six dual meets that have been held all resulting in easy wins for the Wolverine squad. In the Conference Meet Mich- igan took first place with very little effort. Its closest rival, Minnesota, being sixteen points be- hind. Northwestern, Wisconsin, Chicago and Illinois finished in the order named. Michigan broke six records that night two of them being National Intercollegiates. Besides being effective as a group, Michigan has a number of individual stars. Chief among these are Paul Samson and Richard Spindle. In the Michigan Amateur Athletic Union Champion- ships, Samson was successful in establishing new records in four events; the 50, 100, 220 and 500 yard swims. At the National Intercollegiate Meet he broke records in the 40, 220, 440 swims in the long pool and the 220 and 440 in the short. Richard Spindle set a new record for the 150 yard back stroke, short pool, at the Intercollegiates. Michigan 53 Michigan 35 Michigan 29 Michigan 51 Michigan 60 Michigan 45 Michigan 49 Michigan =;o Michigan 52 Michigan 47 Toledo Y. M. C. A. . 6 Cleveland A. C 18 Cincinnati Y.MC. A. 32 Ft. Wayne Y.M.C.A. 22 Indiana 9 Chicago. Wisconsin . . . Iowa Northwestern . Minnesota . 24 20 19 17 22 CAPTAIN SAMSON COACH MANN Page 261 PC .SL Or KANT DELUDE ETNER SOUTHWORTH DOUGOVITO KAILES RUBIN BRUCE FINLBY THOMAS NICHOLSON WARREN VLASICK MILLER WOLFE HARDIN PRESCOTT COACH KEEN CAPTAIN DONAHOE BAKER WATSON SAUER NAQELKIRK PRESTON SOLOMON 1927 WRESTLING TEAM A large part of the credit for Michigan ' s successful wrestling season must go to Coach Clifford Keen who came to Michigan two years ago from Oklahoma A. M. and has completely rejuvenated the sport on the Michigan campus. He has managed to secure large squads to work with and has aroused the interest of the student body. It is his hope to secure for wrestling at Michigan recogni- tion as a major sport which it is fast becoming in actuality if not in name. Wrestling in the Western Conference is divided into two groups, A and B, on the basis of convenience. Each team in the group meets the others of that group and the winners of A and B meet to decide the championship while the other teams will pair off in the order of their finish to determine their respective standings. Later the individual stars meet to determine individual championships in the different weight cl asses. This year Illinois took first in class A with wins over Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin and 4 Chicago. Michigan took first in class B by defeating Indiana zi to 8, Ohio State 17 to 6, Purdue 17 to 8, and Northwestern 23,1 2 to 6}4. In the championship meet Michigan lost to Illinois by the close score of 12 to 9 in which Michigan was handicapped by sickness and injury. COACH KEEN CAPTAIN DONAHOE C O Page 262 $ -z $fc " ' : LELAND HEDRICK BUCKINGHAM WARRICK THE 1926 CHEERING SQUAD The cheering section, as it has been handled during the past year, has given Michigan students something to think about. Several experiments have been tried and have proven so successful that undoubtedly many of them will be standardized and possibly become traditional. The block M composed of over a thousand men wearing neat uniforms of Maize and Blue presented a very colorful spectacle and afforded to many an opportunity to have the best seats in the stands. The method of securing seats in this section has also become quite simple; that is, paying a small sum at the time of registration, and although a few changes may be necessary to cut out a few of the minor defects, it will be relatively easy to secure the coveted seats next year. Competition for the position of cheer leader is keener than ever before. This year Warrick, assisted by Endriss, Hedrick, Buckingham and Leland, handled the job remarkably well and even greater opportunities will be afforded to Paul Endriss, who will lead cheers next year in the new stadium. To add to the honor of being chosen cheer leader, a silver megaphone is being awarded each year to the leader. The trophy, which was awarded for the first time to William A. Warrick ' 27 will be presented by the old leader to the one newly elected at the most important basketball game of the season in Yost Field House. It will be on exhibition with the trophies in the adminis- tration building as one of the honorable awards to Michigan men. , r 21 C- - 3$e NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS IN ATHLETICS INTRAMURAL DEPARTMENT Sport Number of Participants Cups Number of Awards Medals Numerals Total Basketball I97S 3 24 17 44 Baseball (playground) .... 1478 i 12 23 36 Track 480 i O 10 ii Relay 162 i 4 5 Tennis 799 10 9 15 34 Swimming 935 3 24 16 43 Bowling 820 i o 10 ii Cross Country 387 i 12 13 Volleyball 310 i O i Rifle 250 o IO 10 Boxing .... 230 o o 9 9 Wrestling 370 i 14 15 Handball 322 4 3 o 7 Speedball .... 1152 i 36 37 Foul Throwing - 418 3 3 Horseshoes 570 4 4 8 Gymnastics IOO 4 4 Golf 300 o Water Polo .... 262 i o i Baseball (regulation) 240 o o 15 IS Fencing 95 2 2 Skiing 70 4 4 Soccer 60 o Sigma Delta Psi 125 o O Totals 11,910 199 313 INTERCOLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT Sport Football . . . Number of Participants 471 " A " 2C Number " A.M.A. 12 o Awards " Numerals Total 17 Res. 97 Basketball 2O7 7 7 31 Freshmen 12 P.E. 12 26 Baseball Track 207 2QO 13 2O 6 i " ? 26 Fr. cs 10 P.E. 36 Fr. 60 Cross Country QO 2 6 8 Swimming Hockey " 5 2C 12 8 2 12 Fr. 24 O IO Tennis Golf 55 4.C 5 c 4 2 8 Fr. 17 O 7 Wrestling OS 7 C 12 Totals 1600 104 164 325 Page 264 s. The Michigan Union Building 1919 The first Michigan Union Building 1908 - %fc A. KOYKKA, HEATH GLOVER BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS PROFESSOR FRED N. SCOTT, Chairman PROFESSOR EDSON R. SUXDERLAND, Business Manager PROFESSOR MORRIS P. TILLEY DEAN JOSEPH A. BURSLEY STUDENT MEMBERS FREDERIC S. GLOVER, JR. FORREST A. HEATH THOMAS V. KOYKKA SUNDERLAXD TlLLEY SCOTT BURSLEY Page 266 Cv feg Louis ROBERTSON ' W. FRAXKLIN GRAHAM MICHIGAN ENSIAN Louis ROBERTSON, Managing Editor W. FRANKLIN GRAHAM, Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF FREDERIC S. GLOVER, JR., Advisory Board S. 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BURSLEY Alumni Secretary Financial Secretary . Faculty Member Faculty Member . Faculty Member . Alumni Member Alumni Member Alumni Member Alumni Member Alumni Member Law Engineering Combined Medical Liter ar CHAMBERLAIN STANLEY ANDERSON HoLBBOOK SHAW KUENZEL JOHNSON WILKINS BENNETT LARSON BURSLEY HUBER DIACK Page 278 St. PC - c 5ffc MICHIGAN UNION EXECUTIVE COUNCIL LESTER F. JOHNSON . . . . President WALTER A. KUENZEL . Recording Secretary JAMES U. HUGHEY, JR. . . House Department JOHN P. HEDRICK . Reception Department WILLIAM V. JEFFRIES . . Underclass Department HERBERT E. VEDDER Assistant Chairman of Underclass Department CLARENCE W. LITTLE . Life Membership Adjustment Com. THOMAS C. WINTER . . . Publicity Department BOARD OF GOVERNORS GEORGE T. BURKE JOSEPH A. BURSLEY EVANS HOLBROOK LESTER F. JOHNSON JAMES O. MURFIN HERBERT C. SADLER JAMES K. WATKINS WALTER A. 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GOLDMAN MIRIAM SELKER Dramatics JEROME ULLMAN RALPH MILLER EMANUEL HARRIS Social EPHRAIM GOMBERG RUTH LAMBERT NANCE SOLOMON Publication WILLIAM CHON SYLVIA STONE HELEN ZELMAN Religious IRVING YORYSH DAN COHEN A. L. ROGOFF Social Welfare RICHARD MEYER RAE PITZELE THERESA LOEB Music DOROTHY ORNSTEIN CONSTANCE SIDDER HARRIS GOLDMAN STONE METER YORYSH MILLER BIDDER LAMBERT ROGOFF ULLMAN ZELMAN SHADDER SELKER OHNSTEIN PITZELE SOLOMON KLEIN CHON _ 2 y$2T LOMB.VRDO THOMAS C. WINTER CLASS OF 1928 J-HOP Dancing to the modern music of Fletcher Henderson, Jean Goldkette, and Guy Lombardo ' s Royal Canadians amid the dignified spendour of the Moyen Ages, the guests of the 1928 J-Hop found a combination of syncopation and setting which made the affair not only the most important social event of the year, but also one of the most interesting Hops of history. 7r- $f GOLDKETTE HELEN BELCHER CLASS OF 1928 J-HOP THOMAS C. WINTER, Chairman RAY T. BAER MARION S. HODGSON PAUL H. BASSO CLAR. W. HOUCK PAUL W. BRUSKE JOHN J. MOLENDA PAUL L. BURTON HAROLD PHILPOTT WM. A. GILLETTE CHAS. E. ROBINSON HENRY S. GRINNELL MERL E E. ST. AUBIN GEORGE B. HESTER WARREN A. WOOD PHILPOTT BASSO GILLETTE ROBINSON GRINNELL BRUSKE HOUCK WINTER HESTER BAER Sr. AUBIN WOOD MOLENDA BURTON HODGSON Page 283 G - ZigkSzSs- i X SOPHOMORE PROM COMMITTEE CLASS OF 1929 FREDERICK PARKER, Chairman J. DUFFIELD R. WARREN C. BARNABY V. READ J. MARSHALL ELLEN GRINNELL G. RICH J. KELLY J. HAPKE W. HOUGH G. HUBBELL W. KLECKNER NEIL McDouGALL AUSTIN PADDOCK PC Page 284 gc S - X FRESHMAN FROLIC 1 CLASS OF 1930 JAMES C. HOUSTON, Chairman JAMES W. ALLEN JACK BELLAIRE ANNE H. BIGELOW DRUMMOND T. GLOVER GILBERT HARTLEY CHARLES HALL JANE HICKEY HARRIET H. LAWLOR ALLEN OWEN JOHN E. PENNIMAN GEORGE PAULSEN RAYMOND PALM DAVID W. WARD HOUSTON OWEN ALLEN PENNIMAN WARD HARTLEY PAULSEN TROWBRIDGE HICKEY SCHUHZ GLOVER LAWLOR BIUELOW Page 283 =1 ,. o [(( MICHIGAN; WILFRKD M. SHAW HAWLEY TAPPING ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN OFFICERS ELMER J. OTTAWAY, ' 94 .... . President Publisher, Port Huron Times-Herald, Port Huron, Michigan DR. G. CARL HUBER, ' 87 ....... ice-President Professor of Anatomy and Director of Anatomical Laboratories, U. of Michigan EMORY J. HYDE, ' 04 . . .... V ice-President Junior Vice-President of The Retail Credit Co., Atlanta, Georgia Louis P. JOCELYN, ' 87 .. . . . . Secretary Teacher of Mathematics, Ann Arbor High School ROBERT A. CAMPBELL ........ Treasurer Treasurer, University of M ichigan DIRECTORS RALPH W. AIGLER, ' 07 Professor of Law, University of Michigan FIT HUGH BURNS, ' 92 Insurance Broker, St. Paul, Minnesota THOMAS CLANCEY, ' 08, ' 10 Attorney, Ishpeming, Michigan WILLIAM A. COMSTOCK, ' 99 Capitalist, Detroit, Michigan CHESTER H. LANG, ' 15 Comptroller of the Budget, General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. V. GEORGE R. LARWILL, ' 21 Attorney, Denver, Colorado STANLEY D. McGRAw, ' 92 Member New York Stock Exchange, New York City, N. Y. OLIVER W. PERRIN, ' 01 Assistant Actuary, Penn Mutual Life Insur- ance Co., Philadelphia, Pa. MASON P. RUMNEY, ' 07 President of the Detroit Railway and Har- bor Terminals Co. HOWARD I. SHEPHERD, ' 98 Vice-President, Guardian Savings Trust Co., Cleveland, Ohio S. EMORY THOMASON, ' 04 Newspaper Publisher, Tampa, Fla. JULIUS C. TRAVIS, ' 94 Associate Justice, Indiana Supreme Court, Indianapolis, Ind. PRESTON M. TROY, ' 93 Attorney, Olympia, Washington J. ARTHUR WHITWORTH, ' 94 Executive, Grand Rapids, Michigan MRS. FRANCES H. MOORE, ' 90 Benton Harbor, Michigan WILFRED B. SHAW, ' 04 HAWLEY TAPPING, ' u, FOR THE ALUMXAK COUNCIL MRS. SHIRLEY W. SMITH, ' 97 Ann Arbor, Michigan EXECUTIVE OFFICERS General Secretary ' 16 . . Field Secretary and Business Manager THE MICHIGAN ALUMNUS The off cial publication of the Alumni Association 36 issues each year WILFRED B. SHAW, ' 04, Editor DOROTHY BENNETTS, ' 23, Editorial Assistant Associate Editors HAWLEY TAPPING, ' n, ' 16 BESS L. McLouTH, ' 13 WALDO ABBOT, ' u, ' 13 DONAL HAMILTON HAINES, ' 09 Page 286 =v v v MUSIC, ORATORY, AND DRAMA r- S u UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN GLEE CLUB DIRECTOR MR. THEODORE HARRISON OFFICERS OTTO KOCH THEODORE TROST JOHN W. BEAN RALPH B. EHLERS President Memb er to the Board Secretary Librarian L. STUART BULMAN BUSINESS STAFF L. STUART BULMAN FRANKLIN BURGER HERBERT PALMER . CLARENCE BECKER CLAIR WEBER R. NEWTON DETZER HOMER CORNELL Business Manager Assistant Manager . Assistant Assistant (Publicity) Assistant . Assistant (Tickets) Accompanist Page 288 S R ' f9 S= 9 f f $ c fe - %g - UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN GLEE CLUB MEMBERS C. H. ATWELL L. GOODMAN H. B. HARDING J. R. HOGLE C. CATHERMAN R. N. DETZER F. E. FLEMING W. A. GREIG D. HALL First Tenors J. M. ROSEN N. STAEBLER R. T. SUSUMAGO P. E. TULLARD A. E. WOODHEAD Second Tenors C. KRAATZ J. MCCARTHY V. NAHABEDIAN B. T. PERRINE H. E. RICHTER A. VAN ERDEN L. BEAN O. BROWN P. R. CULKIN R. C. CULP F. BlGELOW N. M. BOWBEER H. CHALK R. B. EHLERS W. HOWE First Bass E. GODDARD R. GRAHAM A. KOCH O. KOCH Second Bass N. JOHNSON N. W. JUDD A. C. LUDINGTON V. L. PETERSON OTTO KOCH B. L. NORTON S. N. ROWE P. M. SHOEMAKER W. WELKE L. F. SEGAR C. K. SESTOK T. L. TROST L. S. WESSINGER L. H. WHITMAN ROWB NAHABEDIAN LUDINGTON HALL RICHTER WESSINGER GRAHAM GOODMAN FLEMING A. KOCH PETERSON ATWELL BROWN Ct ' Lp CULKIN HARDING NORTON SHOEMAKER WELKE GODDARD HOWE PERRINE CHALK DETZER EHLERS TROST HARRISON BEAN O. KOCH CORNELL BULMAN _ _ -- Se 3!te o GOHDOX W. PACKER Soloists B. L. NORTON R. O. NISSLE Cymbals J. A ARDUSSI O. BROWN Clarinets E. H. RUSSELL M. WERTENBERGER VARSITY BAND OFFICERS NORMAN LARSON NICHOLAS FALCONE ROBERT A. CAMPBELL PAUL F. SCHLANDERER RUSSELL L. MALCOLM ROLAND O. NISSLE ROY WELLS . ARTHUR COOK GORDON W. PACKER . Director Assistant Director . Faculty Manager . Student Manager Assistant Manager Librarian President Vice-President . Drum Major MEMBERS Clarinets H. KUENZEL A. COOK R. R. FISHER S. GILBERT G. H. GREENE M. S. HAVEMANN J. H. LAROWE A. McCuNE C. A. ORR T. B. RIDER Oboes M. E. CARR W. P. NORTH Bass Clarinet E. HOEDEMAKER Piccolo and Flutes R. C. CURTISS C. BELL IN PHILADELPHIA x Page 290 Sffc VARSITY BAND Trombones W. C. WELKE B. L. CANFIELD W. H. BERRY A. BLIESMER I. C. JOHNSON R. L. HOFFMAN M. VAN WEELDEN Saxophones H. J. DEASON W. F. ARDUSSI W. W. BURD E. BLAIR N. C. REGLIEN Cornets W. H. ELLER L. E. BAUER M. K. GILES L. E. FISHER H. D. HELFRICH C. J. LARSON M. F. SAXTON B. A. SCHNALL R. H. SNELLING R: F. WELLS Long Drum H. L. WILSON Horns G. Y. MEADER D. DECRAUSAZ D. M. RICHMOND P. SlLVERNALE W. SCHULTZ D. WlNSLOW Baritones E. C. GlFFORD F. BRAD V LEY J. H. MAXWELL W. McCoNOCHIE Side Drums B. L. NORTON W. R. KLECKNER W. C. LANGENAU C. M. WALDO NORMAN LARSON Basses R. E. NETX.LEY F. R. BIGLOW R. BURHANS L. A. DELP F. E. ROACH C. Wu IN ANN ARBOR Page 2Qf b-- -c SfS5 gs% g MIMES OF THE MICHIGAN UNION OFFICERS FRANK C. STRACHAN DANIEL L. WARNER JAMES F. MURPHY President rice-President Secretary- Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS DEAN JOSEPH A. BURSLEY PROF. O. J. CAMPBELL PROF. BRUCE DONALDSON PROF. V. A. PRAYER DONAL HAMILTON HAINES PROF. EVANS HOLBROOK PROF. HERBERT KENYON PRES. CLARENCE C. LITTLE PROF. EARL V. MOORE PROF. Louis A. STRAUSS HONORARY MEMBERS FRANK C. STRACHAN W. C. BlSHOP S. S. BONELL P. W. BRUSKE H. T. CAVANAUGH HARLAN CRISTY V. L. DAVIES T. H. DENTON CARL FAUSTER R. A. GOHRING R. A. CAMPBELL PAUL BUCKLEY ROY HOYER ACTIVE MEMBERS F. E. HILL, JR. K. M. KING H. T. LATHROP C. D. LIVINGSTONE R. H. LUTES R. A. MANCHESTER J. F. MURPHY C. T. NELSON B. L. NORTON JAMES YANT FRANK ROBINS E. MORTIMER SHUTER DOROTHY STONE M. A. PETERSON C. C. SMITH J. E. STARRETT F. C. STRACHAN W. C. TOLLZIEN J. A. VlCARY D. L. WARNER WILLIAM WARRICK RICHARD WOELLHAF NELSON DEN-TON STARRETT LUTES NORTON HILL MANCHESTER MURPHY DAMES BISHOP WOELLHAF KINO TOLLZIEN LATHROP STRACHAN CAMPBELL SHUTER PETERSON LYONS DONALDSON HAINES KENYON A. Page 292 7r Sf X ' ' FRONT PAGE STUFF ' The Twenty-first Annual Opera presented by the Mimes of the Michigan Union Book, Lyrics and Music by Milton A. Peterson Additional Lyrics by Dorothy Stone Additional Music by William M. Lewis CAST The Maid Mrs. Dodd . June Dodd Professor Dodd . The Butler . James Bryant Robert Dodd Isadore Countess de Pew A Reporter Baron Vermicelli An Officer of the Guards THOMAS J. DOUGALL RICHARD WOELLHAF WILLIAM M. LEWIS DONALD F. LYONS B. LORAIN NORTON RUSSELL A. GOHRING FRANK C. STRACHAN ROBERT C. GRAHAM RICHARD H. LUTES PHILIP R. CULKIN B. LORAIN NORTON PHILIP R. CULKIN SPECIAL GIRLS ' CHORUS WILLIAM W. COMSTOCK RICHARD C. KURVINK THOMAS J. DOUGALL ROBERT A. MANCHESTER W. DAVIS HARBAUGH VINCENT C. WALL FLORIAN J. BLASZCZYK L. FARNUM BUCKINGHAM RUDOLPH I. CLARY PHILIP M. CRANE HARLAN P. CRISTY LESTER C. CURL DOUGLAS F. DOUBLEDAY ROLAND C. GIES WALTER G. AUER HOWARD A. BLOOM SEELY M. CHAPMAN HARLEY A. HAYNES MIXED CHORUS EDWARD M. HEYMAN OWEN F. HOLMES CHESTER W. JOHNSON ALFRED G. KRELL KARL H. KUHN GEORGE K. MCKNIGHT KARL F. MAST JOHN P. OTTAWAY MEN ' S CHORUS FORREST S. HEATH GEORGE W. KREYE FAY A. LEFEVRE STANLEY C. PODBIELNIAK E. MORTIMER SHUTER C. LAWRENCE PETTIBONE ROBERT F. PRICE WILLIAM S. RAMSEY THEODORE R. SKINNER CHARLES J. SPAULDING ROBERT W. SPICER A. KENNETH STOLPMAN WILLIAM R. THURNAU JOHN W. RICE C. FORD SCHOTT CEDRIC F. TRAEGER THOMAS C. WINTER MURPHY PETERSON TOI.LZIEN _ _ -C ---. !je C gjf g I X CCRTIS BISHOP M. LELAND D. LELAND CRISTY Voss HUFF VOSPEH MURRAY BONELL McCANN CHISHOLM HEATH THIEME WETZEL WILLIAMS JACOBS M. MARTIN JOHNSTON KING SAWYER E. DAVIES J. MARTIN LOUGHTON V. DAVIES EIRICH DENTON MILLER COMEDY CLUB OFFICERS VALENTINE DAVIES PHYLLIS LOUGHTON MARGARET EIRICH JAMES MARTIN President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS MARGUERITE GOODMAN BARRETT CARL BAUER CHESTER BENNETT WILLIAM BISHOP SAMUEL BONELL WILLIAM BROMME K ATHLEEN CHISHOLM JOHN COOK HARLAN CRISTY RAY CURTIS ELIZABETH STRAUSS DAVIES VALENTINE DAVIES THOMAS DENTON MARGARET EIRICH MARY Lois GUDAKUNST FORREST HEATH DANIEL HUFF PAULINE JACOBS VERA JOHNSTON KENNETH KING OTTO KOCH DOROTHY LELAND MARIAN LELAND PHYLLIS LOUGHTON CHARLES D. LIVINGSTONE JAMES MARTIN MARY MARTIN RUTH McCANN MINERVA MILLER EVERETT SAWYER THURSTON THIEME ALICE VOSPER HELEN Voss ROBERT WETZELL Page 294 5 Z9 $$Z $ Z x - c Sf g S% a OLSON TENNANT ADAMS McCREERY BISHOP FULLER WILCOX STERN RICHARDSON SANDERSON MILLER LLOYD GESSNEH SCHUMANN ZEMANS TAYLOR BOWERSOX SCHRADE ANDERSON ANDREWS HARRIS SUYAT REIWITCH HEYHOE FRIEDMAN GATES BONNELL BARTLETT ADELPHI NORMAN C. BOWERSOX W. EARL TAYLOR JOHN M. SCHRADE RUSSELL M. SANDERSON LLOYD W. BARTLETT JOHN M. SCHRADE DANIEL C. GATES LLOYD W. BARTLETT RUSSELL M. SANDERSON LLOYD W. BARTLETT OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester LON B. ADAMS MARK S. ANDREWS LLOYD W. BARTLETT WILLIAM C. BISHOP SAMUEL S. BONELL NORMAN C. BOWERSOX ROBERT D. BRUCE WILLIAM C. DIXON JEROME J. FRIEDMAN RICHARD C. FULLER DANIEL C. GATES ROBERT J. GESSNER RALPH W. GOODALL WILLIAM N. GALL DOUGLAS C. McCoRMicK MEMBERS EARL C. GREMEL EARL J. HARRIS JAMES T. HERALD GORDON HEYHOE FREDERICK W. HICKS ROBERT H. LLOYD MILTON MCREERY ROBERT S. MILLER ELLIOTT H. MOYER HAROLD O. OLSON ROBERT W. RATTRAY ALVIN D. REIWITCH ASSOCIATE MEMBERS ALBERT E. SAWYER EDWARD A. STEPHENS Speaker Clerk Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms Oratorical Delegate Speaker Clerk Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms Oratorical Delegate HARVEY L. RICHARDSON CARL J. RIDDERING THEODORE P. RYAN JOHN M. SCHRADE FREDERICK J. SCHUMANN SIDNEY M. SHEVITZ DARBARA S. SODHI HAROLD E. STRICKLER W. EARL TAYLOR JOHN S. TENNANT JOHN D. TODD JACKSON A. WILCOX EUGENE S. ZEMANS ALBERT M. STERN DONATO T. SUYAT Pagf 295 _ _ j g S SfS t DlMOND McCoRMICK NlCHOLS McDONALD GREENE OSGOOD B. RTLETT SELMEIEK DENSMORE MINNICH MIKESELL HERALD BRANDT ORATORICAL BOARD OFFICERS JEROME B. MIKESELL JAMES T. HERALD . ROBERT E. MINNICH MARGARETTE NICHOLS PROF. R. D. T. HOLLISTER PROF. CARL G. BRANDT PROF. G. E. DENSMORE President ice-President Treasurer Secretary FACULTY Chairman Speaker Committee Financial Manager Contest Director DELEGATES AT LARGE D. ELMORE McCoRMICK THOMAS KOYKKA STANLEY E. DIMOND NORMA GREENE SOCIETY DELEGATES LLOYD BARTLETT H. LEROY SELMEIER LAURA OSGOOD GRACE MCDONALD Adelphi Alpha Nu Athena Portia _ , - J -- Sf HOLLISTEH WHITE KING GOMBERG INTERNATIONAL DEBATING TEAM The reputation of Michigan as an institution of famous debate teams was carried to England last May for the first time in the University ' s history. William Wirt King, ' 2yL; Gerald E. White, ' 28L; and Ephraim Roos Gomberg, ' 27, selected from among a group of veteran debaters sailed from Montreal on May I, accompanied by Prof. R. T. D. Hollister. The oldest and most famous universities in England were on the Michigan itinerary and the abilities of the American speakers may be judged by the fact that four out of five of the contests resulted in Michigan victories. England was in the grip of a general strike when the Michigan team arrived at Liverpool. Although several of the debates were cancelled due to the irregular train service, nine universities assisted in the elaborate entertainment provided the visiting speakers. Oxf ord and Cambridge made the Michigan men guests of honor as did Exeter, Leeds, Sheffield, Manchester, Bristol, and London. England had its first taste of mid-western United States forensic ability and the British press was most generous in its praise. The Michigan men met the wit and wisdom of English undergraduate circles on the basis of epigrammatical forensics. Their readiness to depart from the formalism of American debate methods and the facile thought and speech of the Michigan speakers has meant international recognition of the forensic prowess of the University of Michigan. f " Page 2p7 v E X HERALD STERN MILLER HARRIS OLSON MID-WEST DEBATE LEAGUE March 19, 1926 Michigan affirmative vs. Illinois negative Won by Michigan. Michigan negative vs. Wisconsin affirmative Won by Wisconsin Winner of the FIRST SEMESTER EXTEMPORANEOUS CONTEST PAUL KERN CENTRAL LEAGUE January 21, 1927 Question: " Resolved, that the eighteenth amendment should be repealed immediately. Michigan affirmative vs. Ohio State negative Won by Ohio State Michigan negative vs. Northwestern affirmative Won by Northwestern GAUL SAVAGE CRAWFORD BOWERSOX JONES HUSTAD DlMOND Page 298 $ !!fc s CHARTIER ROLAND HUNTER NORTH EISERMAN SAUER FIRST SEMESTER DEBATES MICHIGAN-ALBION-KNOX Question: " Resolved, that the eighteenth amendment should be repealed immediately. " Michigan affirmative vs. Albion at Albion No decision. Michigan negative vs. Knox at Knox College No decision. Winner of the NORTHERN ORATORICAL LEAGUE CONTEST MYRON WINEOARDEN MICHIGAN -OHIO DEBATING LEAGUE MICHIGAN-OHIO-INDIANA Triangular debate on question: " Resolved, that a department of education should be established in the president ' s cabinet. " RESULTS Michigan Affirmative team vs. Indiana at Ann Arbor Michigan won. Michigan Negative team vs. Ohio at Columbus Michigan lost. GREENE OSGOOD HODGSON RABINOFF OLDEN HOWSEH - %f o o HUTCH INSON Ho WELL WEBSTER BBOWN KERN MCARTHUR AUSTIN NEUKOM WITHAM McCLURE SMITH CURRIE BRADLEY BEHYMER DIMOND EISERMAN MINNICH SELMEIER MIKESELL ARNOLD MERTENS REGENT WEINMAN BROWN SCHERMERHORN THOMPSON PACKER WERTZ SMITH KAPPA PHI SIGMA ALPHA NU CHAPTER OFFICERS ROBT. E. MlNNICH LYLE E. EISERMAN H. LEROY SELMEIER WM. W. ARNOLD STANLEY E. DIMOND President Pice-President Oratorical Delegate Secretary Treasurer CHARLES BEHYMER HAROLD W. CHARTER ALBERT B. CAIN LYLE EISERMAN THEODORE HORNBERGER GEORGE G. HUNTER OSCAR A. JOSE PAUL J. KERN FRANCIS LINE INFIELD LINE ROBERT E. MINNICH CHARLES MERTENS JEROME M. MIKESELL VINCENT PETERSON H. LEROY SELMEIER HERBERT THOMPSON WILLIAM W. ARNOLD STANLEY E. DIMOND MEMBERS RUDOLF HORWOOD GEORGE WOHLGEMUTH WILLIAM W. WEINMAN DURWIN H. BROWNELL GERALD WERTZ FREDERICK V. SMITH B. V. PETERSON- KENNETH REGENT WALTER ESTIS HUGO HUSTED GEORGE MCARTHUR CHARLES W. AUSTIN RICHARD BERRY GEORGE BRADLEY A. E. BROWN JOHN BROWN BERNARD T. CAIN DEAN CURRIE JOSEPH HOWELL M. B. HUTCHINSON G. B. JOHNSON FRANCIS KING EUGENE MATHIRET A. M. MINTER W. H. McCLURE GEORGE NEUKOM GORDON PACKER RAY PALESKI HOWARD SIMON GEER H. SMITH S. H. THOMPSON C. E. SHITKER VERLE C. WITHAM JOHN WEBSTER E. SCHERMERHORN Jt, Page 3 J i - l ORGANIZATIONS - f SOCIETY. K, v j|v $ +3fc+ SCHULTZ WAGNER KINO SCHIEMAN GARDNER MACMEEKIN CLEVELAND EN EARL ZAHM VIELMETTI MARK PFAU CROSS GOTJLDTHORPE SIDWELL CURTIS BOOMER FLINDT HIGHSTRETE LUNDTEIGEN HARDY SXODGRASS DfiPuv DIAKOFF O AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS OFFICERS RUSSELL F. HARDY HAROLD E. ANDERSEN ANDREW LUNDTEIGEN JOHN T. SNODGRASS PROF. R. S. HAWLEY HAROLD E. ANDERSEN FRANK W. ATKINSON RUDOLPH C. BOOMER PAUL L. BURTON MAURICE L. CLEVELAND FOSTER L. CROSS WILBUR N. CURTIS JAMES R. DsPuY ALEXIS J. DIAKOFF RAYMOND O. EN EARL ALBERT O. FLINDT EMIL A. FREDERICK WELVAN A. GARDNER HERBERT W. GOULDTHORPE ROBERT L. HALL RUSSELL F. HARDY EWART G. HICKLING CARROLL M. 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ROBERT CROUSE THAD T. FOLEY CHARLES L. BONIFIELD, JR. LESTER P. BUSHNELL HAROLD G. CAPROM HENRY E. CROUSE FLOYD A. CHURCH MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JOHN F. MCCARTHY MlLO D. McLlNTOCK Seniors JAMES P. LEETE L. NOBLE ROBINSON Juniors JOHN A. FORSTER EDWIN M. GEE, JR. Sophomores M. ROBERT DEO HENRI GOEBEL FREDERICK M. HARLOW Freshmen JAMES JORDAN DONALD A. POLLOCK, A.B. KENNETH L. ROHRBACH, A.B. DONALD A. THORPE, B.S. ARTHUR B. OTIS EDGAR G. SCHUMM PAUL L. HARVEY WILLIAM H. WEARNE JAY TOEVS ROBERT P. OPPERMANN THEODORE H. ROETHKE MATTHEW J. SPENCE ALBERT M. POST ROBERT W. PRESTON BONIFIELD GEE FORSTER H. GROUSE HARLOW SPENCE BUSCH ROETHKE BUSHNELL DEO R. GROUSE SCHUMM HUMPHREY BEHSE ROBINSON TOEVS WEARNE FOLEY JORDAN OPPERMANN PRESTON HARVEY CHURCH page357 _ _ _ $!2 Sr- %g Founded 1841 Union College ALPHA EPSILON Established 1845 WALDO M. ABBOT L. PAUL BUCKLEY RAY L. FISHER KENNETH M. DAVENPORT, A.B. JAMES E. DUFFY, B.S. RICHARD S. GRIEST, A.B. FRANK BLYMYER THOMAS CRANAGE DUPONT M. 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FEINBURG SAMUEL CROLL JACK E. ECKER SAMUEL EDER JOSEPH J. FINEMAN MAX S. HERTZBERG MICHAEL FROST WILLIAM J. HUBERT ABE KATZMAN EMANUEL MACKLIN ERWIN MUSCOVICH MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Juniors SAMUEL SONKIN Sophomores Freshmen NATT Fox IRWIN I. LAPPIN BENJAMIN SPECTOR HARRY A. TOPCIK ANDREW FRIEDMAN BENJAMIN LAST MORRIS SCHARF LEONARD SIDLOW JULIAN B. WEBER JEROME W. NEUSS PHILIP P. POPICK NATHAN N. SPECT STANLEY SPERO ISADORE STEINBER X SIDLOW STEINBERG MUBCOVICH HEHTZBKKG WEBER BUCHALTER S. CROLL SONKIN SCHARF FRIEDMAN EDER TOPCIK ALTMAN B. SPECTOR FEINBURG M. CROLL LAPPIN HUBERT KATZMAN NEUSS N. SPECTOR FROST MACKLIN FINEMAN LAST ECKER SPERO __ . _ - 21 - -c $f Founded 1914 University ot Illinois University of Michigan IKTINOS CHAPTER Established 1914 II Atpifia: ' t - , to i hi EMIL LORCH, A.M. GEORGE McCoNKEY, B.A.E. MEMBERS IN FACULTY WELLS I. BENNETT, M.S. HAROLD E. PETERSON HAROLD E. PINE HAROLD F. NASER THEODORE S. WRIGHT HAROLD M. PHILPOTT WILLIAM B. CLARK GEORGE M. 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URA GARFIELD RICKERT, D.D.S., A.B. HAROLD BURCH, D.D.S. DAVID J. COLLON WALTER W. COLLINS JOSEPH L. CHAMPAGNE CHARLES T. HOLMES ROLLIN S. BEACH DON C. BEUHRER EDWIN BOONSTRA JAMES H. CONNELLY WM. J. BEUTHIEN N ' ELS W. BURKMAN MEMBERS IN FACULTY ROBERT K. BROWN, D.D.S. PAUL H. JESSERICH, D.D.S. ELMER L. WHITMAN, D.D.S. HARRY W. SHIELDS, D.D.S. RALPH F. SOMERS, D.D.S. RICHARD H. KINGERY, D.D.S. Louis P. HALL, D.D.S. MEMBERS IN CITY WALTER F. WOOD, D.D.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY J. WILLARD KEMPER, D.D.S. Seniors LAWRENCE V. KIMBRELL ONEY R. MICKLOW JAMES O. BEAVIS, D.D.S. ROBERT HOWELL, D.D.S. JOHN E. HECKO, D.D.S. FORD K. DAINES, D.D.S. FREDERICK F. PFEIFFER, D.D.S. PAUL B. PIKE, D.D.S. JAMES ERWIN, D.D.S. LESLIE E. RITTERSHOFER, D.D.S. FRANK E. KOEPEL RUDOLPH E. LARSON HOWARD M. MAPES KENNETH A. EASTLICH JOHN J. CALVIN WM. A. GILLETTE RICHARD J. HAGER CONRAD G. DREVDAHL WILFRED J. HARRISON HAYDEN E. NEELY KENNETH D. NEWTON Juniors GEORGE L. MORSE EMORY W. MORRIS PHILIP M. NORTHROP FRANK J. ORLEMAN RANNELS C. OWENS LUTHER C. PLYMALE ROBERT L. NORTHROP LYNN L. PUTNAM DAVID H. RICHARDS VICTOR W. CRITTENDEN NEIL S. MAcVicAR J. R. AUBIN JAMES H. BELL, JR. RUSSELL E. BUTLER LEE W. CHISNELL KENNETH P. CLARKE JOHN G. COGGAN Sophomores ERWIN E. MERRIMAN VICTOR E. REIN ROLAND O. NISSLE HARLOW SHEHAN HOMER B. PORRITT THOMAS E. THOMPSON Freshmen WESLEY H. DOUGLAS WM. M. LOGAN JAMES M. KEENAN NEIL T. MCLEER CLIFFORD KIEHN NORMAN W. MERTON JAMES J. REILLY VICTOR F. Ross E. W. ROYER ROBERT G. TURNER HAROLD J. STROBEL DON C. WINANS ROBERT L. GIBSON PHILIP M. WINCHELL DON D. WHITMAN G. RENTON WORSFOLDE RALPH H. CAMPBELL EVELETH A. NORTHWAY ROBERT PETERS BELL AUBIN CLARK MERTON BUTLER KIEHN McLfiER KEENAN LOGAN CAMPBELL CARTER REIN PORRITT THOMPSON BEUTHIEN WHITMAN MAC VICAR BURKMAN HARRISON NIBBLE SHEHAN CONNELLY BEUHRER MORRIS STROBEL BOONSTRA DREVDAHL CRITTENDEN PUTNAM HAGER RICHARDS P. NORTHROP R. NORTHROP GILLETTE EASTLICH WINANS WINCHELL BEACH GALVIN CHAMPAGNE COLLON ORLEMAN PFEIFFER DAINES HECKO REILLY KIMBRELL KOEPEL PLYMALE NEELY HOLMES NEWTON TURNER LARSON Ross COLLINS ROYEH OWENS MICKLOW ft. ; .ft 2 b- $f g Founded 1907 New York University XI CHAPTER Established 1921 JOHN P. MITCHELL, JR. ROBERT G. RODKEY ROBERT ' A. CAMPBELL EDWARD C. PROPHET AUBREY F. ANDREWS ROBERT M. BIRDSEYE MARION A. ELLIS WILLIAM T. KESSEL LEWIS F. MERKEL CARL F. BEIER LESTER C. CURL A. ROLLAND DAMM CHARLES E. BAKER D. STUART ANDREWS MEMBERS IN FACULTY MEMBERS IN CITY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors. HAROLD J. MERTZ CARL E. MOODY RALPH D. PETHEL CLINTON E. PURDY Juniors LYLE E. EISERMAN RALPH J. FRANCIS CLARE E. HARDER T. KENNETH HAVEN Sophomores KENNETH B. SMITH Freshmen WALTER R. TITTLE CLAUDE J. WHITLOW GEORGE W. WOOD WORTH BLAIR K. SWARTZ LYLE O. THAYER PAUL D. RICKMAN STEWART J. SHEFF ARTHUR J. SCHROEDER NORMAN E. TAYLOR BURL D. WILES M. STARR NORTHRUP NORMAN H. SINCLAIR CHARLES N. STAUBACH WILLIAM F. SPENCER DONALD E. VAN LIEW VAN LIEW TITTLE SINCLAIR SMITH EISERMAN ANDREWS BAKER SPENCER CURL HAVEN DAMM STAUBACH HARDER VANBLARCUM NORTHROP FRANCIS BEIER SHEFJ- PETHEL ELLIS SCHROEDER ANDREWS PURDY WILES MOODY RODKEY MITCHELL MERTZ RICKMAN MERKEL BIRDSEYE A. TAYLOR KESSEL Page 413 - $f , Founded 1900 Baldwin University CHRISTIANCY SENATE Established 1912 MEMBERS IN FACULTY CARL G. BRANDT, LL.B., LL.M. HOBART R. COFFEY, A.B., LL.B., J.D. MEMBERS IN CITY DONALD DUNCANSON, A.B. JAY HOWARD PAYNE, A.B., LL.B. ALBERT J. PARKER, A.B., LL.B. HAROLD P. TROSPER, LL.B. ROBERT P. WUERFEL, B.S., E.E. MENSO R. BOLT, A.B. JOHN R. DETHMERS JAMES C. FOSTER LAWRENCE S. KING WALTER A. KLEINERT FREDERICK S. BEACH, A.B. T. RUSSELL BOYLE ORVAL F. HAGEMEISTER, A.B. GEORGE W. KEITHLEY, A.B. WILLARD J. MEADER, A.B. MENDAL B. DECKER, A.B. HAROLD W. DUDLEY, A.B. KURT J. KREMLICK, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors ROBERT A. MANCHESTER, A.B. JAMES S. MURRAY, A.B. BEAHL T. PERRINE CYRUS M. POPPEN, A.B. LESLIE C. PUTNAM, A.B. Juniors ARTHUR T. RAISCH, A.B. FRED P. RICH A. DEVERE RUEGSEGGER, A.B. ERNEST A. RUETZ JOHN W. SCOTT Freshmen JOHN A. LAMPMAN, A.B. MARK B. PUTNEY RICHARD J. SHAULL JAMES A. SPROWL FRANCIS G. RENKENBERGER GEORGE H. STALKER, A.B. EDWARD S. STIMSON, B.S., A.B., M.A. ANTHONY E. WESTIN JOHN D. VOELKER VICTOR E. WALKER, A.B. WILLIAM W. WILSON ERNEST R. VOLLWILER, A.B. HAWLEY E. STARK RUEL J. TAYLOR, A.B. FULTON C. VOWF.LL LAMPMAN KREMLICK PUTNEY BARBER DECKER DUDLEY VOWELL VOLWEILER MANCHESTER KLEINERT STOCKER SPROWL STARK KEITHLEY SHAWL BOYLE RICH REISCH WALKER SCOTT HAGEMEISTER REITZ VOELKER MEADER BEACH PUTNAM STIMSON KING POPPIN FOSTER WESTIN DETHMEHS RINKENBERGER PERRINE BOLT x; Page 414. O b- SfS - g Founded 1901 University of Maine ZETA CHAPTER Established 1911 MEMBERS IN FACULTY EDWIN B. STASON, A.B., B.S., J.D. Q. McKAY KLINE CLARK J. ADAMS, A.B. JOHN P. CHANDLER, A.B. ROGER D. DOTEN, A.B. GEORGE F. FERRIS EARL DE FUR, A.B. BENTON E. GATES, A.B. KERMIT K. KLINE, A.B. HAROLD K. ARCHBOLD, M.A. EDWARD E. BABCOCK, A.B. BASIL F. BAKER FREDERIC B. BESIMER CHARLES E. DAUGHERTY MEMBERS IN CITY ARCHIBALD D. WILSON MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Senior - RALPH W. GOODALL BENJAMIN V. HALSTEAD, B.S. FRED L. HARLOCKER, B.S. CHARLES M. HORTH, A.B. Juniors EMMET F. MCCARROLL, A.B. FOUTS A. MEESE CHARLES J. SNOBLE, A.B. Freshmen DONOVAN Y. ERICKSON, A.B. JOHN F. FUTCHER, JR., A.B. JOHN E. GUNTHER, M.A. JOHN M. HAVERTY, JR. EVERTT L. HESSMER LEONARD A. KELLER ARTHUR H. RYAL, LL.B. LEWIS C. REIMAN BEEMAN G. NEUBECK, A.B. ELMER H. SALZMAN, A.B. JAMES D. WOLFE FRANK L. YOUNG, A.B. CHARLES F. WHITE, A.B. ROBERT C. WINTER, A.B. DARRELL A. SWANN, A.B. RAYMOND D. LANGLOIS HAROLD D. McCLURE, A.B. AMOS M. PINKERTON, A.B. HARRY J. SEITZ JOHN E. SPONSELLER X HAVERTY SPONSELLER SEITZ BESIMER DAUGHERTY BAKEH ERICKSON HESSMER PINKERTON McCLURE KLINE GDNTHER SWANN WINTER MCCARROLL BAHCOCK FUTCHER WHITE GATE.S SNOBLE CHANDLER NEUBECK YOUNG DE FUR MEESE ADAMS HARLOCKER SALZMAN DOTEN WOLFE HORTH GOODALL HALSTEAD FERRIS Page 415 -- Sf Founded 1882 University of Michigan ALPHA ' CHAPTER MEMBERS IN FACULTY VICTOR C. VAUGHN, M.D. FRANK M. WILSON, M.D. F.DGAR A. KAHN, M.D. ROBERT J. COOPER, M.D. REUBEN PETERSON, M.D. HERBERT W. EMERSON, M.D. CYRENUS G. DARLING, JR., M.D. ALBERT M. BARRETT, M.D. FREDRICK G. Xovy, M.D. G. CARL HUBER, M.D. WALTER R. PARKER, M.D. UDO J. WILE, M.D. CARL D. CAMP, M.D. DAVID M. COWIE, M.D. CHARLES W. EDMONDS, M.D. WERNER W. DEUMLING, M.D. CARL W. EB ERBACH, M.D. PAUL S. BARKER, M.D. ROBERT L. WILDER, M.D. JOHN H. LABADIE, M.D. JOSEPH E. BARSS, M.D. PRESTON M. HICKEY, M.D. JAMES V. CAMPBELL, M.D. CYRENUS G. DARLING, M.D. I. D. LOREE, M.D. A. TALBERT BOWERS, A.B. CAMERON D. KEIM, A.B. GORDON J. McCuRDY, A.B. 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Freshmen CHARLES L. HUDSON, A.B. JOHN D. CAMERON SAMUEL L. DIACK, A.B..M.A. ELWOOD MASON WOODBURN K. LAMB, A.B. J. WALLACE NEIGHBOR CHARLES HIGLEY, A.B. EDWIN P. VARY CARL MALCOM, A.B. HUGH WELLMEIER ROBERT W. WILKINS, A.B. ARTHUR WOODBURNE GEORGE L. PATTEE, A.B. EDWARD RIGLEY LELAND P. SHIPP RICHARD FREYBURG, A.B. WILLIAM COVENTRY CORNELIUS WOOD VARY HEDRICK FISHER JOHNSTON McRAE Page 416 CAMERON WOOD MALCOM MASON " COVENTRY COFFEE HIGLEY NEIGHBOR FREYBURG CHAPPLE DONOHOE HUDSON HUSTED PATTEE JONES SHIPP DIACK LAMB FLEMMING CASTLE BROWN HALL ALDRICH UPJOHN MOORE WHINERY LINDENMULDER MONTGOMERY SMITH McCuRDY TERRY PARRY CHAPPLE BEAVIS SAMPSON MILLER NOVY WOODBURNE WILKINS ROWERS WELLMEIER KEIM MAXWELL 7T- $f Founded 1897 Kent College of Law CAMPBELL CHAPTER Established 1905 GROVER C. GRISMORE JAMES B. BOYLE WALTER W. DAVIS GERALD F. FINLEY RADCLIFFE B. FULTON JOHN C. COOK EDWIN C. DAVIS MARTIN G. GOODWIN GEORGE W. GOVERT RICHARD A. HICKS LEO W. HOFFMAN AZEL E. BEAN ROBERT H. 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SCOTT, B.S., M.D. ENIS H. CORLEY, B.S. F. MINTON HARTZ W. A. FENSTERMACHER, B.S. WILLIAM E. N ESBITT GEORGE L. HARDGROVE, B.S. DORMAN E. LICHTY HAROLD W. JACOX, A.B. JOHN W. LAWSON, B.S. WALTER A. BELSER, A.B. HARVEY T. FULLER ROBERT W. BARTLETT FLOYD L. BURRIS MAX L. DURFEE JOHN K. HICKMAN WILLIAM E. JEWETT MEMBERS IN FACULTY ALBERT G. YOUNG, Ph.D. GEORGE SLOCUM, M.D. ERWIN E. NELSON, Ph.D., M.D. E. CARROL YATES, M.D. MEMBERS IN CITY CHARLES S. CAPP, A.B., M.S., M.D. RICHARD C. TRAVIS, A.B., M.D. RALPH G. HUBBARD, M.D. CHESTER H. ADAMS, M.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors ROSCOE H. SNYDER STEVEN L. VANRIPER Juniors EUGENE C. SMITH JOHN D. SUGRUE JAMES E. CROUSHORE, M.D. CAROLTON B. PIERCE, A.B., M.D. RUSSEL L. MUSTARD, B.S., M.D. JOHN F. SANDER, B.S., M.D. FRANK D. LINN, M.D. MURRAY E. GOODRICH, M.D. FRED YORK, M.D. WALTER KLINGMAN, M.D. WILLARD BARTLETT, JR., M.D. AUGUST S. WALKOWSKI WILLIAM A. MURRAY VERNON D. NERGER, B.S. G. D. CARLYLE THOMPSON, B.S. Sophomores GUNTHER E. TlEDKE, A.B. A. LAWERANCE ZILIAK Louis D. GOMON FRED A. LAUPPE ROBERT W. KING CORNELIUS G. LYNCH GEORGE J. McHEFFEY WILLIAM H. MEFFLEY FRED H. MILLER D. ELVET LEWIS HAROLD W. LOVELL, A.B. ROLLIN FIERO, A.B. Freshmen JOHN B. SCHOENFELD MILTON E. STAUB JOHN M. TRUDEAU JOHN M. WELLMAN ALEC WHITLEY HAROLD J. MEIER FRED P. OSGOOD HARRIS L. WOODBURNE ARTHUR KLOCH WILLIAM HEINZ AVERY SPENCER HEINZ BURRIS KLOCK MCHEFFEY WELLMAN MILLER DOUGLAS HICKMAN WOODBURNE KING GOMON STAUB SPENCER WHITLEY FIERO OSGOOD LAUPPE BELSER LOVELL MEIER LEWIS ZILIAK NERGER HARDGROVE SUGRUE TIEDKE SMITH THOMPSON FULLER LICHTY WALKOWSKI CORLEY HARTZ FENSTERMACHER SNYDEH NESBITT VAN RIPER JACOX Page 418 ffi - c gfcs - g Founded 1889 University of Vermont PSI CHAPTER Established 1905 NORMAN H. AMOS, M.D. KARL M. BEIERLEIN, A.B., M.D. ROBERT U. COOPER, B.P.E., A.M., M.D. ARTHUR M. CULLER, A.B., M.D. WARREN E. FORSYTHE, M.D., Ph.D. KENNETH FOWLER, A.B., M.D. HOWARD H. CUMMINGS, M.D. FRANCIS B. FRALICK LATHAM B, LAWTON WALTER G. MADDOCK, A.B. JOHN K. ALTLAND, A.B. PAUL H. BASSOW, B.S. DONALD S. BOOTH, B.S. EARL I. L. CILLEY LEONARD E. ANDERSON AUGUST F. BLIESMER MALCOLM E. BOYLAN HERBERT L. BRUMBAUGH, A.B. HENRY A. DUNLAP JOHN H. ALBERS, A.B. GARNET W. AULT LOWELL E. BLANCHARD HENRY A. BRUNSTING PHI CHI MEMBERS IN FACULTY VERNON L. HART, M.D. GEORGE C. HENSEL, M.D. ALRICK B. HERTZMAN, M.D. MOSES J. HOLDSWORTH, M.D. ALBERT C. KERLIKOWSKE, M.D. MEMBERS IN CITY CONRAD GEORGE, M.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors CARL G. MILLER GORDON B. MYERS, A.B. ALVIN E. PRICE, A.B. E. CLIFFORD SO JLTS Juniors WILLIAM S. HATHAWAY ROBER T A. HICKS, B.S. MARION W. HILLMAN CHARLES W. G. SCHAEFER DALE E. THOMAS Sophomores . JOHN R. FELLOWS LEO A. KNOLL, A.B. LAWRENCE W. NEHIL VIRGIL F. NEUMANN CHARLES E. SNYDER, A.B. RAYMOND C. VARNER, B.S. Freshmen CHARLES J. CLARK, A.B. LIONEL L. DAVIS EDWARD L. GAUL NORVIN C. KlEFER ROI.LO J. MASSELINK, D.D.S. ROLLO E. MCCOTTER, M.D. REED M. NESBIT, A.B., M.D. RALPH O. RYCHENER, A.B., M.D. EMORY W. SINK, M.S., M.D. ARTHUR H. STE--LE, B.S., M.D. MARCUS B. TIDEY, M.D. SIDNEY L. LAF ' EVER, M.D. HAROLD E. STEDMAN HALFORD E. WHITACRE, B.S. LLOYD B. YOUNG, A.B. WILLIAM W. THOMS, B.S. HUBERT J. YANPEENAN PAUL C. WILLIAMS, A.B. FREDERIC B. WILLIAMSON GEORGE STEPANOVICH, A.B. WALTER S. STINSON VIRGIL E. STOVER RAYMOND S. VANBREE JOHN W. VERDUIN, A.B. FRANK H. MAXWELL WILLIAM H. STEWART, A.B. MARTIN B. TALIAK, A.B. JOHN M. TOWNSEND X a. BRUNSTING AULT KIEFER DAVIS ALBERS STEWART BLANCHARD GAUL CLARK WARNER STOVER BRUMBAUGH ANDERSON MASSELINK TOWN-SEND TALIAK MAXWELL BOYLAN FELLOWS STEPANOVICH STINSON VANBREE BLIESMEH VERDUIN NEUMANN DUNLAP KNOLL THOMS THOMAS VANPEENAN SCHAEFER BASSOW ALTLAND HATHAWAY BOOTH CILLEY STEDMAN SOULTS YOUNG MYERS MILLER MADDOCK PRICE FRALICK WHITACRE Page 419 U r- g -C fe Founded 1883 University of Michigan ALPHA CHAPTER MEMBERS IN FACULTY HAROLD R. BOWERS, Ph.C. WALTER L. BADGER, M.S. FREDERICK F. BLICKE, Ph.D. ROBERT J. CARNEY, Ph.D. CHARLES W. F.DMUNDS, A.B., M.D. HERBERT V. EMMERSON, B.S., M.D. CLIFFORD C. GLOVER, M.S. HOBART H. WlLLARD, PH.D. ROBERT K. McALPiNE, Ph.D. WARREN L. McCABE, M.S. WALTER J. NUNGESTER, M.S. JUSTIN L. POWERS, B.S. CHARLES H. STOCKING, M.S. RAYMOND C. WARNER, B.S. HARVEY A. WHITNEY, Ph.C. JESSE Y. BROWN GEORGE D. BURGESS WILLIAM C. LANGENAU ALFRED C. LUDINGTON PERCY F. BROOKS CLARENCE J. CERNY RICHARD C. BYCE FORD C. FAULKNER WILLIAM R. KLECKNER MEMBERS IN CITY LAVERNE O. GUSHING, Pu.C. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY CAROL N. WHITE, Ph.C. Seniors LEO E. MILLS CHARLES M. MACDANNALD EARL S. MORTON EDWARD A. NEHLSEN, JR. Juniors GEORGE P. MERRIFIELD EDWARD E. PETTI BONE Sophomores EARL J. KNAGGS GRANT M. JONES WALTER J. MALLOY EDWARD C. MOSIER Freshmen E. JOHN HILL C. W. MERKEL, M.D. HERBERT E. NOEL GORDON E. SEAVOY FREELING M. TRUESDALE ROBERT W. SPICER OLIVER J. WEINKAUFF CHARLES E. SYLVESTER LEWIS R. SYLVESTER HAROLD W. ULCH MOSIER KLECKNER PETTIBONE NEHLSEN MCDANNALD MORTON WEINKAUFF LTDINGTOX MILLS LA.NOENAC WHITE SEAVOY NOEL TRUESDALE BURGESS MALLOY L. SYLVESTER KXAGGS BYCE JONES E. SYLVESTER Page 420 2 92 -- $f C Founded 1904 Cornell University OMEGA CHAPTER Established 1921 WALTER S. GLAZER, A.B. SAMUEL LEVIN, M.D. MEMBERS IN FACULTY E. M. BRIKMAN, A.B. Louis M. FREEDMAN THOMAS B. MARWIL ALFRED M. GLAZER, A.B. S. MILTON GOLDHAMER NORMAN A. FLEISHMAN EDWARD B. GREENSPAN LAWRENCE G. BATEMAN THEOPHILE RAPHAEL, M.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY IRVING G. FROHMAN, A.M. Seniors Juniors EDWARD I. MINTZ, A.B. CHARLES R. REINSTEIN, B.S. BURTON L. SCHMIER, A.B. Sophomores SOLOMAN GREENBERG, A.B. Freshmen ALLAN E. LEVIE, A.B. Pre-Medics I. JEROME HAUSER ELLIOT ROUFF MARK LESSES, M.D. GORDON MANAGE, M.D. CHESTER S. LOWENDORF, B.S. HAROLD A. ROBINSON, Ph.G. MILTON M. ROZEN BENJAMIN A. GROSS JAMES R. ROGIN, A.B. SAMUEL LEVINE, A.B. NATHAN SCHAFFER JACK A. VATZ LEVIE VATZ ROUFF SCHAFFER GREENSPAN HAUSER FLEISCHMAN BATEMAN GOLDHAMER A. GLAZER GROSS DR. S. LEVIN LOWDENROF BRIKMAN DR. G. MANAGE GREENBEHG ROGIN LEVINE REINSTEIN MARWIL SCHMIER MINTZ FREEDMAN ROBINSON W. GLAZEH ROZEN . _ $j2 Z -3 : feS S s J ill Founded 1869 University of Michigan KENT INN MEMBERS IN FACULTY PRESIDENT EMERITUS H. B. HUTCHINS DEAN H. M. BATES DEAN J. R. EFFINGER PROFESSOR E. C. GODDARD PROFESSOR H. L. WILGUS PROFESSOR V. H. LANE PROFESSOR E. HOLBROOK MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY EDGAR H. AILES, A.B. WILLIAM H. AUBREY, A.B. RICHARD E. BARTON, A.B. WILLIAM A. BELT, JR., A.B. LOWELL M. BIRRELL, A.B. NATHAN K. BRUMBAUGH ROY H. CALLAHAN, A.B. H. THOMAS CAVANAUGH, A.B. WILLIAM E. Cox WORTH A. FAUVER, A.B. RICHARD S. GRIEST, A.B. GEORGE S. HAGGARTY, A.B. THOMAS M. HARMON, A.B. EVERETT E. HITCHCOCK PROFESSOR R. W. AIGLER PROFESSOR J. H. DRAKE PROFESSOR E. N. DURFEE PROFESSOR E. R. SUNDERLAND PROFESSOR J. B. WAITE PROFESSOR PAUL A. LEIDY PROFESSOR PAUL BUCKLEY EDGAR C. HOWBERT, A.B. HOBERT D. HOYT, A.B. CARLETON H. JENKS, A.B. ROBERT Y. KEEGAN WILLIS R. LEENHOUTS, A.B. EDGAR M. MORSMAN, III, A.B. DONALD S. PATTERSON, B.M.E. BURTON B. SIBLEY, A.B. ARTHUR H. STUART, B.S. HAROLD P. TROY WILLIAM H. VAN OOSTERHOUT, A.B. DAN S. WARNER ROBERT E. WEADOCK, A.B. JAMES W. WILSON WARNER MORSM.VN BARTON KEEGAN CALLAHAN WILSON GRIEST Cox FAUVER BRUMBAUGH WEADOCK STUART VAN OOSTERHOUT BIRRELL AILES TROY HOYT HARMON JENKS PATTERSON HITCHCOCK SIBLEY CAVANAUOH HOWBERT LEENHOUTS BELT P ff 4 2 -- $ 3fa Founded 1907 University of Pennsylvania PI CHAPTER Established 1922 BARNEY B. ISRAEL DANIEL BUDSON ABEL A. APPLEBAUM ISADORE H. KASS BEN A. NEWMAN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Juniors MAURICE B. WEINER Sophomojes Freshmen ALEX OLENIKOFF BENJAMIN BRAND JACK SHAPIRO, A.B. Louis SOSNOW, JR., Ph.G. AARON A. TOPCIK RAPHAEL ALTMAN ABE LICHBLAU BENJAMIN Ross SAMUEL SORKIN MAURICE M. SIL ' SAMUEL J. SILVEI HARRY TAPPERM, Pledges BENJAMIN B. GREENBERG HENRY SMALL MEYER NOTKIN BENJAMIN JULIAR HYMAN PLOTKIN DAVID KARELITZ Louis BRAITMAN HYMAN OREN SMALL BHAITMAN GREENBERG PLOTKIN TOPCIK NEWMAN NOTKIN OBEN SOSNOW SHAPIRO BRAND OLENIKOFF ISRAEL HUDSON WEINER KASS APPLEBAUM JULIAR ALTMAN SILVERMAN LICHTBLAU TAPPEHMAN KARELITZ SOBKIN Ross SILVEHSTEIN P ff4 3 - 3$$Z zs% -cg Sfs s g Founded 1890 Northwestern University ZETA CHAPTER Established 1897 MEMBERS IX FACULTY JAMES D. BRUCE, M.D. R. BISHOP CANFIELD, M.D. FREDRICK A. COLLER, M.D. WARREN P. LOMBARD, Ph.D., M.D. LAWRENCE MCCAFFERY, M.D. MEMBERS IN CITY ALBERT S. BARR, M.D. FRANK McPHAiL, M.A., M.D. OLIVER MC LLICUDY, A.B., M.D. SAMUEL W. DONALDSON, A.B., M.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY NORMAN KRETZSCHMAR, A.B., M.D. WM. BRACE, A.B., M.D. L. ' G. BALDWIN, M.D. H. FURLONG, M.D. CARL FORTUNE, A.B., M.D. EUGENE R. VERNOU, M.D. THERON S. LANGFORD, M.D. Seniors K. DAVENPORT, A.B. H. HANSEN F. HARPER, A.B., M.A. O. CAMERON G. A. CARMICHAEL E. DOTY D. HOSMER N. CANFIELD, B.S. H. CHABUT F. CURRY C. EMERY, A.B. V. BROMME R. CURRY, B.S. W. FLORA R. HASTINGS C. HUBER, A.B. Juniors R. HOTCHKISS, B.S. J. HUBER, A.B. R. LIGHT, A.B. S. LOWE, B.S. Sophomorfs J. MALONE F. MATTSON, A.B. F. M. MARTIN R. MULLIGAN, A.B. L. WHITEHEAD, A.B. Freshmen E. GALLO WAY W. HULSE, A.B. S. JOHNSON, B.S. J. KEMPER, D.D.S. T. McEACHERAN J. MURPHY, A.B. E. ROBSON W. SAMS, A.B. R. RATHBONE H. RAY S. SANDERSON G. SEHRING D. KIMBALL R. LAYMON, A.B. K. LOWE, A.B. A. NACK EUGENE B. POTTER, M.D. THEOPHIL SCHMIDT, M.D. C. RlTTERSHOFER, A.B. D. THORPE, R. C. KIMBALL E. SCOTT, A.B. M. SNODGRASS, B.S. W. TEETER B. STOCKING H. STOKES R. SuTTON N. SwiNTON K. SMITH F. STILES, A.B. H. WALLACE, A.B. JOHNSON ' MCMEEKIX HULSE FLORA STILES NACK K. LOWE SMITH GALLOWAY R. CURRY LAYMAN D. KIMBALL BHOMME SWINTON MALONE SUTTON RAY EMERY STOCKING WHITEHEAD SEHRINO MULLIGAN CHABUT CANFIELD STOKES SANDERSON TEETER SAMS CARMICHAEL F. CURRY MARTIN RATHBONE ROBSON MURPHY SNODGRASS DOTY HOTCHKISS LIGHT HOSMER S. LOWE J. HUBER CAMERON SCOTT THORPE HASTINGS HANSEN C. HUBER HARPER MCEACHERAN RITTERSHOFER R. KIMBALL _ _ t - $f Founded 1892 Baltimore College GAMMA KAPPA CHAPTER Established 1905 AVERY E. BARTLETT, D.D.S. GEORGE N. CANNON, D.D.S. MEMBERS IN FACULTY MEMBERS IN CITY F. C. NAYLOR, D.D.S. VERNER H. EMAN, D.D.S. E. McLAY CROSBY ROY E. HAWKINSON JOHN A. HENKEL BERNARD E. LUCK DOANE B. LURKINS FRANK S. BEVERLY DONALD G. BILLS MENZO W. DAVIS HENRY E. DAWKINS WILLIAM W. DUNN EDWARD G. FREIMUTH HAROLD L. BURKE WILLIAM D. CLAY STEWART J. HARRIE GLEN HARRY L. CARR LESTER DELUDE Louis W. PUTZIG MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors GEORGE E. MEADS WALDOMAR O. ROESER WILLIAM H. RILEY DOMENIC A. SANZOBRINO FORREST G. McGuiGAN Juniprs HAROLD A. GREEN GEORGE J. HALEY KENNETH F. HIGGINS WILLIAM J. KEEPER ALBERT D. LAW Sophomores FLOYD E. LYTEL MARK H. LOWNSBURY NEIL MAcVicAR FRED H. RAHN Freshmen BRUCE D. FORSYTH Pledges MORRIS D. MACKOY, D.D.S. Louis C. SCHULTZ, D.D.S. LEROY F. HILL, D.D.S. MONROE B. SULLIVAN JOSEPH A. SWEENEY JOHN P. VANOSDOL STUART H. WARD DON CARLOS WHEELER HARRY J. LEE LESTER M. LUCAS GARDNER S. MILLER EVERETT F. PIERSON ALDON W. RYAN JOHN A. HARVIE BERNARD C. WOZNIAK CORWIN R. WRIGHT FERDINAND L. WURTSMITH HENRY C. SULLIVAN GERALD G. WRIGHT MICHAEL R. SULLIVAN 5 fcWClM FREIMUTH WRIGHT LOWNSBURY BRUNNER CARR FORSYTH SULLIVAN MAC VICAR HARVIE SULLIVAN LUCAS GLEN WRIGHT CLAY WOZNIAK RAHN DEVRIES BURKE LEE HALEY BEVERLY GREEN LAW DAWKINS HIGGINS PIERSON DUNN BILLS KEEPER DAVIS SWEENEY SANZOBRINO CROSBY LURKINS VANOSDOL WARD SULLIVAN HAWKINSON WHEELER ROESER LUCK DR. L. SHULTZ DR. A. BARTLETT MEADS McGuiGAN RILEY Q 5 1 Page 425 r ffi $f r- %g Founded 1914 University of Michigan ALPHA ' CHAPTER HON. GEORGE W. SAMPLE WILLIAM R. LAIRD MEMBERS IN FACULTY JAMES K. POLLOCK, Ph.D. MEMBERS IN CITY JOHN P. BOYCE P ' RED A. MOCK WILLIAM B. HARTMAN, A.B. LESTER F. JOHNSON, A.B. ERNEST G. BAXTER, A.B. ALBERT E. BLASHFIELD, A.B. BERNARD K. DOYLE WALTER I. DUCKET JOHN G. BROWN, JR. MARVIN J. BAS HARRY L. GERVAIS MYRON E. GRANT MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors JOSEPH D. LAWRENCE, A.B. BARTLETTE E. NUTTER, A.B. Juniors BIGHAM D. EBLEN HARVEY GREEN WALTER G. KRAPOHL FLOYD W. McNEiL ERNEST C. SCHATZ Freshmen JOSEPH S. HOWELL SIDNEY A. JOHNSON MILTON F. MALLENDER FRED T. JARRETT, A.-B. JAMES J. WEADOCK JR., A.B. W. HUGH WILLIAMS JOHN PANCHUK, A.B. ORVILLE F. SCHOCH WlLLIARD H. McEwEN, A.B. BURTON K. WALTERS ALBIN J. STEVENS WAYNE R. OSBORN ALFRED P. STUART EDWARD F. TRAVER GERVAIS GRANT HOWELL BAS DUCKET TRAVER MALLENDER STEVENS STUART PANCHUK BAXTER HARTMAN NUTTER LAWRENCE L. JOHNSON WILLIAMS S. JOHNSON JARRETT SCHOCH DOYLE GREEN EBLEN WEADOCK SCHATZ KRAPOHL BLASHFIELD McEwEN P ' g ' 4 6 _ _ _ sg - $ffe Founded 1926 University oi Michigan EPSILON CHAPTER lau Evpsiloiv HKo MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JOSEPH G. ALLER, 28L BENJAMIN R. BERKOWITZ, 28 MORRIS J. BRITZ, 2 L RALPH H. BRODY, 28L IRWIN BUNIN, 28 ALEXANDER DIAMOND, 28L MAX GOSHKIN, 29 HERBERT N. HEUMAN, 2gL BENJAMIN JAFFE, 28L BENJAMIN MARCUS, 29!, DAVID E. ROSE, 2 L BENJAMIN J. SAFIR, 2yL SOLL J. SCHNITZ, zyL RALPH M. SCHWARTZBERG, 28L REUBEN SEGALL, 29 JOHN SKLAR, 27!, ALBERT E. SMITH, 28L BENJAMIN TAUBER, 28 IRVING I. YORYSH, 28 DIAMOND BRITZ YORYSH HEUMAN SCHWARTZBERQ BUHKOWITZ SMITH SKLAH SAFIR SCHNITZ SEGALL TAUBER BUNIN ALLER ROSE GOSHKIN , -- - j g S S g ,x MU SIGMA ALPHA CHAPTER Established 1888 appa. p si_ BYROX E. BIGGS, M.D. MEMBERS IN FACULTY E. STEPHENS GURDJIAN, Ph.D., M.D. HARLEY A. HAYNES, M.D. MEMBERS IN CITY HUGH M. BEEBE, M.D., F.A.C.S. EDWIN C. GANZHORN, M.D. DEAN W. MYERS, M.D., F.A.C.S. S. E. ANDREWS, M.D. FRED W. BALD, A.B., M.S. DAVID B. DAVIS THEODOR G. BERNTHAL, A.B. XORRIS M. HARDISTY ROBERT A. BURHANS, B.S. GAYLAND L. HAGELSHAW EARL A. HASTY JAMES H. ALLEN, A.B. ARTHUR F. BALDWIN, B.S. ROBERT W. BISHOP, B.S. THOMAS BLAIR WALTER BUZZARD MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY D. MCNEIL, A.B., A.M., M.D. R. E. NETZLEY, A.B., M.D. Seniors ALBERT G. ENGELBACH, B.S. MAJOR W. GASPER, B.S. Juniors CLIFTON W. PERRY NORMAN C. REGLIEN HOWARD S. STIMPSON Sophomores RALPH A. JOHNSON DON M. LsDuc, A.B. JOHN A. MAURER, A.B. FREDERICK A. OBROCK, M.S., D.D.S. Freshmen HUBERT E. DOUDNA CHARLES E. GREELEY, A.B.. M.S. PAUL O. GREELEY, A.B., MlS. E. STEVE KASH R. P. ROGERS, M.D. HOWARD W. SALISBURY RALPH W. SHOOK HERBERT S. WEDELL, B.S. RUSSELL S. WOLFE KENNETH L. OLMSTEAD MAXWELL E. STONE IRVING J. WARMOLTS, A.B. VAUGHN H. MORRISSEY CARLISLE F. SCHROEDER MAYNARD N. SOUTHWORTH CHARLES TENHOUTEN WALDMAR J. WICKMAN BLAIR KASH MORRISSEV SOUTHWORTH SCHROEDER C. GREELEY ALDRICH BALDWIN TENHAUTEN P. GREELEY WICKMAN JOHNSON MAUREB WARMHOLTS DOUDNA BUZZARD ALLEN HAGELSHAW STONE BERNTHAL BTTRHAHB PERRY STIMPSON OBROCK OLMSTEAD HASTY WOLFE WEDELL DAVIS ENOF.LBACH BALD GASPER SALISBURY HARDISTY REGLIEN c . x m e r- C gjf Founded 1889 University o{ Michigan ALPHA CHAPTER DR. GEORGE MOORE WILLIAM CAMPBELL LEE FOWLE HENRY HIEMAX HOWARD AXFORD WILLARD CRAINE ARNOLD GARDY RICHARD HANRAHAX DAN HOGAN LESTER LAPP GEORGE ANDERSOX FLOYD ARNOLD HUGH BLOOMFIELD CLARENCE CARTER RAY HART CLAYTON D. AIKEN ERNEST KELLERMAX MEMBERS IN FACULTY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors SHERWOOD LEE ROBERT SEALBY Juniors WILFRED L ' HEIJREUX EDWARD MARTINEK HEBER NOTHSTINE ROBERT ORCUTT ROBERT PAINE BENTON PINNEY Sophomores WILLIAM HAYLLAR FREDRICK FLEMMING JACK KEANE WILLIAM LAWLOR Freshmen GEORGE TOWNSEND DR. L. H. WILLIAMS STANLEY SMITH HARRIS WILSON PAUL FRESHWATERS ROBERT POWERS Ross SLINGER MYRLE WALKER WALDO KUEHNLE WILLIAM VANCE HUBERT ZERMAN D. C. MILLER HUNTER MILLER FRANKLIN ROBERTS EDWARD SHUTTS LEWIS SIGISMOXD R. FRANK ZIMMERMAN HENRY HASKINS KELLERMAN AIKEN ZIMMERMAN TOWNSEND BONNETTE H. MILLEK ARNOLD BLOOMFIELD SIGISMOND HABKINS ROBERTS CARTER SHUTTS KEANE D. MILLER LAWLER FLEMING ANDERSON HART MARTINEK KUEHNLE CRAINE HANRAHAN PAINE PINNEY ZERMAN LAPP NOTHSTINE HOOD VANCE - L ' HEUUEUX AXFORD ORCUTT GARDEY POWERS SLINGEH WALKER HEIMAN SMITH LEE SEALBY FOWLE WILSON CAMPBELL WILLIAMS FRESHWATERS Page 429 -?- s3kK s $if S:i z FRATERNITIES IN ORDER OF ESTABLISHMENT CHI Psi . ALPHA DELTA PHI DELTA KAPPA EPSILON SIGMA PHI .... ZETA Psi . . . Psi UPSILOX BETA THETA Pi, established 1845 Re-established PHI KAPPA Psi DELTA UPSILOX SIGMA CHI .... DELTA TAU DELTA, established 1874 PHI DELTA THETA SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON THETA DELTA CHI DELTA CHI KAPPA SIGMA PHI GAMMA DELTA SIGMA Nu PHI Mu ALPHA ALPHA TAU OMEGA, established . Re-established ACACIA TRIGON PHI KAPPA SIGMA ALPHA SIGMA PHI ZETA BETA TAU SIGMA PHI EPSILON . LAMBDA CHI ALPHA . PHI SIGMA KAPPA PHI DELTA PHI Nu SIGMA Nu . DELTA SIGMA DELTA PHI DELTA CHI THETA KAPPA Psi Xi Psi PHI PHI RHO SIGMA PHI BETA Pi . PHI ALPHA DELTA PHI CHI . Psi OMEGA GENERAL 1845 PHI SIGMA DELTA 1846 HERMITAGE 1855 THETA CHI 1858 KAPPA Nu 1858 DELTA SIGMA PHI 1865 CHI PHI . 1845 ALPHA CHI RHO 1867 SIGMA Pi . 1875 Pi KAPPA ALPHA 1876 DELTA ALPHA EPSILON 1877 PHI BETA DELTA 1880 TAU DELTA PHI 1887 PHI EPSILON Pi 1888 KAPPA DELTA RHO . 1889 PHI Mu ALPHA 1892 OMEGA Psi PHI 1892 DELTA PHI, established 1902 Re-established 1902 PHI KAPPA TAU 1902 TAU EPSILON PHI 1898 SIGMA ALPHA Mu 1904 ALPHA PHI ALPHA 1904 PHI KAPPA 1905 Pi LAMBDA PHI 1905 ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA 1908 TAU KAPPA EPSILOX . 1912 THETA KAPPA Nu 1912 TRIANGLE. 1913 SIGMA ZETA 1915 PHI KAPPA PHI PROFESSIONAL 1869 ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA 1882 GAMMA ETA GAMMA . 1883 DELTA THETA PHI 1883 ALPHA RHO CHI 1888 THET.. XI 1889 SIGMA DELTA KAPPA 1897 ALPHA CHI SIGMA 1898 DELTA SIGMA Pi 1905 PHI DELTA EPSILOX . 1905 PHI LAMBDA KAPPA . 1905 1916 1919 1919 1919 1920 1921 1921 1921 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1855 1923 1923 1923 1923 1923 1924 1924 1924 1925 1925 1925 1926 1926 1906 1911 1912 1914 1914 1914 1916 1921 1922 1923 ft X n Page 430 ?--3 ' S fS - The Lawyers ' Club was founded in April 1922 by William W. Cook of the New York Bar. Its primary purpose is to provide a center for legal study and research of the superior type which is at the present time being demanded of the profession. The control of the club is vested in two bodies, the board of Governors and the Council. BOARD OF GOVERNORS Hox. JOHN E. BIRD, Chief Justice of Supreme Court of Michigan, President ex-officio (1926) HON. NELSON SHARPE, Chief Justice of Supreme Court of Michigan, President ex-officio (1927) HON. CLARENCE C. LITTLE, President of the University HON. JAMES O. MURFIN, of the Detroit Bar, member of the Board of Regents EDWIN C. GODDARD and GROVER C. GRISMORE, Faculty Members JOHN M. ZANE, of Chicago, Practicing Lawyer JOHN T. CREIGHTON, of New York, Practicing Lawyer MENSO R. BOLT and Louis S. MAY, Student Members COUNCIL Composed of eleven student members of the club, elected by the club membership. ROBERT W. CONDER FRANCIS J. HOLLAND JOHN F. MCCARTHY Roi O. BECKER LYMAN B. W. AVERY JOHN M. BENNETT WILLIAM R. CAMERON CARL J. RIDDERING President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer WILLIAM B. GILES ERWIN H. HAASS JAMES R. RAMSEY x. GILES BECKER A VERY HOLLAND HAASS CONDER RIDDERING CAMEHON RAMSEY MCCARTHY BENNETT r ffi r - Sf :g C SENIOR MEMBERS RAMSEY MIKESELL HAMMOND MADIGAN ABBOTT AVERT NEWTON KABAKER CAMERON HOLLAND HAASS IVES EICHORN BRENNER SCHUMANN HIRT WOOD WAHRENBROCK WISLER WEIS ERICKSON SLATTERY MCDONALD BOLT OLIVER CONDER GILES BECKER CROGGAN WILSON HASKINS SHAWAKER GUEST ROBIN The club has attempted during the present year to accomplish as much as possible towards the fulfillment of the ideal and purpose of its founder. At two different times within the last year a committee of the American Law Institute met in the halls of the Lawyers Club to formulate a restatement of the principles of the law of Agency. At these meetings the Club entertained Pro- fessor Floyd R. Mechem of Chicago Law School, Professor Calvert Magruder of Harvard, Dean Harry S. Richards of Wisconsin Law School, Professor W. A. Seavey of Pennsylvania Law School, Professor Frederick Green of Illinois Law School and Professor H. C. Horack of Iowa Law School. The Club has not confined itself to activities of a purely legal nature, however. Realizing that a broadened view point is a necessity to the highest type of present day lawyer, the club has entertained men prominent in activities other than those of the legal profession. These men dis- cussed in open meetings some of the more interesting parts of their work. Among these guests of the club were, The Lord Bishop of London, Mr. Gregory Mason, Mr. Will Irwin, Professor Kirsoff Lake, and Mr. Roberto Haberman of Mexico City. X Cox WHITE LUNNEY LEVY L. SMITH A. SMITH PLATZ SALM JUNIOR MEMBERS KEOUGH BOURGIX MIDGLEY COATES GARVER FASQUELLE MAY RYAN ALLEN BREWSTER BENEDICT BRUSKE MCCARTHY MULLEN HASCALL FRUIT WEYHER RIDDERINO MULLINGER MALL SIQNOR RAISCH NEWMAN BUTTEHFIELD SPAEDEH MATHESON Dixox LICKLY WALKER Pag ' 433 _ _ _ ; yffi r- $!fa FRESHMAN MEMBERS GRIFFITHS MURTAUGH BEAN WHITE MERTENS SMITH COCHHANE . WILSON BOXER JARVIS PANSHUK BAKER WORCESTER WILSON LA BOUR BANE FLEMING GKIQSBY GREEN CALLAHAN DEKOVEN DEMMINK TAIT PINKERTON Founders Day coming on April twenty-ninth proved itself a fitting end to the year ' s activities. In the afternoon two teams of junior law students, winners of previous elimination contests, argued the final Moot Court case of the year. The Henry M. Campbell award, established by the firm of Camp- bell, Bulkley and Ledyard in memory of their late partner, was given to the winning team. Visiting judges and lawyers were in this way able to see one phase of law school life in its actual working. Seating arrangements were made for the dinner given in the evening so that a close association might be obtained between the law students, the professors, and the practitioners at the bar with the end in view of obtaining, if possible, some mutual understanding between these three branches of the profession. The evening was closed by an excellent address by Justice Rousseau A. Burch of the Supreme Court of Kansas. Although only through the passing of many years will the dreams of the Lawyers Club be re- alized, this year will be known as one in which a distinct step was taken towards the attainment of the ideals which led to its founding. FRESHMAN MEMBERS SPONSELLER EHICKSON MCDANNEL WOOD GALE HAHN EBEL HILL BALDWIN FERRIS SHEER CELICHOWSKI SABEL CAIRNS KARAY DECKER JOHNSON FRUE YOKES BOPE KERK DAHLBERO ROSE WILSON DOBELL MOYLE SULLIVAN OMER REYNOLDS FULTON PREECE Page 434 - rx s? Proposed Woman ' s League Bttildiny OttWt liarbuur Gymnasium 1897 SORORITIES 3fa Founded 1885 DePauw University THETA CHAPTER Established 1898 MRS. C. O. DAVIS MRS. A. J. DONNALLY Miss WINIFRED FERRIX Miss LILLIAN COXDOX MRS. C. O. DAVIS MRS. J. M. DUDLEY Miss ELIZABETH HAWXHURS MRS. WALTER STAEBLER THELMA E. BELL GENEVIEVE E. BUELL ELIZABETH E. CAMPBELL LAURA E. CRAFT LAURA A. BARRY MARJORIE G. CHAVENELLE CLETUS J. PAGAN Lois A. PARKS Lois E. PORTER MARIAN O. BROEHM ELAINE E. GRUBER ESTHER BRADLEY FLORENCE L. BRITTAIN KATHARINE L. CAMPBELL MARTHA E. CHAMBERLIX PATRONESSES MRS. C. C. GLOVER MRS. GLEN OVERTON MRS. L. C. RENWICK MRS. N. J. WILE MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. ROBERT HOWELL MRS. CHARLES KYER MRS. LEONARD MILLER MRS. HARRY MILLS MRS. HARRY NICHOLS MRS. W. C. TROW MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors RUTH V. DAVY CATHERINE S. GRIFFITHS ELIZABETH S. KENNEDY MARGARET E. LORD RUTH J. McCANN Juniors MARGARET F. RICKER JANICE I. RILEY VIRGINIA M. ROYCE BERNICE F. STAEBLER ISABEL D. STITT Sophomores F. ESTHER RICKER MARIAN SMITH Freshmen GERALDINE L. PORTER PAULINE DIEHL HELEN H. HARTMAN HELEN D. NORRIS MRS. MABEL RHEAD MRS. RALEIGH SCHORLING MRS. R. W. SELLARS Miss ISABEL NICHOLS MRS. MAYNARD NEWTON Miss HELEN RAMSAY MRS. G. W. SAMPLE MRS. HAROLD TROSPER CATHERINE I. OAKLEY MYRENE RICH DOROTHY N. SPENCER RUTH H. WILKIE MARJORIE E. VIVIAN DOROTHY H. WARD LENORE M. WALDRON GERTRUDE M. WELCH DOROTHY H. TAYLOR VIRGINIA C. TICE HELEN F. PARMENTER EMILY B. PUTNAM ESTELLE A. MEYER ELIZABETH A. WHITE FAGAN CHAVENELLE WALDRON ACKEHMAN TAYLOR E. RICKER DIEHL BROEHM G. PORTER ROYCE M. RICKER STITT L. PORTER STAEBLER RILEY VIVIAN WELCH PARKS BARRY DAVY OAKLEY RICH BUELL McCANN WILKIE CRAFT LORD GRIFFITHS SPENCER BRITTIAN CAMPBELL PUTNAM PARMENTEH HARTMAN MEYER NORRIS BRADLEY Page 5 ? % = $ 3!fc+ ALPHA CHAPTER Founded 1890 Medical Fraternity ! .rAlpnu tpsilon. Id DR. MARGARET N. BELL MRS. EDWARD BRAGG DR. HELEN M. CANNON MRS. DAVID COWIE MEMBERS IN FACULTY MEMBERS IN CITY DR. ANNE BOHNING DR. GERALDINE H. CROCKER MRS. LIZZIE W. OLIPHANT DR. JEANNE C. SOLIS MRS. ALBERT BARRETT ELIZABETH C. BAGLEY ESTHER D. BRENNEMAN, A.B. JANET S. BARNES, B.S. EMMA R. ARDIS ELIZABETH M. CONARD, A.B. PATRONESSES MRS. R. B. CANFIELD MRS. HUGH CABOT Seniors AILEEN D. CHRISTENSEN, A.B. CHRISTEL A. Hiss, A.B. HELEN M. KOKE, B.S. Juniors ELIZABETH G. HUNTER, A.B. Sophomores MILDRED V. NICHOLAS, A.B. ARLENE B. SCHLOTT, B.S. RACHEL STEPHENS, B.A. MRS. REUBEN PETERSON SELMA C. MUELLER, A.B. GRACE E. WILLIAMS, A.B. MARTHA V. PARKER, A.B. Lois W. TORRES, R.N. MELISSA C. WoRTH,B.S.,M.S. o WOHTH NICHOLAS ARDIB CONAHD BARNES STEVEXS HUNTER MUELLER CHRISTENSEN BAGLEY WILLIAMS KOKE PARKER Page 437 --- -cs fss gs g Founded 1909 Barnard College PI CHAPTER Established 1921 MRS. NEVIN FISKE JULIA RUTH BROWN WILMA V. GANZ NORMA GOODMAN PAULINE E. HOPP JULIETTE COHEN HELEN ADLER DOROTHY BLOOM ELIZABETH H. CORN JOHANNA DESENBERG MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. MORITZ LEVI MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors MIRIAM F. KIRSCHNER HARRIETT B. LEVY EMELIE J. OPPENHEIM ELEANOR E. SCHER Juniors MILDRED FINK BEATRICE GREENBERG Sophomores CARMEN S. GREENBERG SYLVIA S. STONE Freshmen ELIZABETH FUCHS MIRIAM FUCHS HERMA GRABOWSKY MILDRED HARRIS IRAS MARKS MRS. I. LEO SHARFMAN RUTH ROSENTHAL NANCE SOLOMON GLADYS R. LAX ROSALIE GRABOWSKY HELEN ZELMAN RITA ROSENTHAL IDA SCHULTZ MARIAN VAN VLIET BEATRICE WEIL COHN ZELMAN FINK HOPP R. GRABOWSKY C. GHEENBERG STONE B. GREENBERO GOODMAN COHEN BROWN OPPENHEIM KIKSOHNER SCHER GANZ LEVY SOLOMON R. ROSENTHAL LAX R. ROSENTHAL ADLER L EHKNBEFG MARKS VAN VblET H. GRABOWSKY HARRIS WEIL ScHULTZ Page 43 S S. x gfe Founded 1904 Syracuse University ALPHA BETA CHAPTER Established 1922 JOSEPHINE M. COMPTON GERTRUDE O. MANWARING VIOLET B. PARKER MEMBERS IN FACULTY MARY A. CUTTING, A.B. MEMBERS IN CITY RUTH McCoMB INEZ W. RICHARDS IONE E. VAN BUREN FLORENCE VV. COOPER MARION COY EDITH H. DOMBEY RUTH P. BECKER ADDIE CROFTS LUCILE M. HOLDSWORTH SELMA M. JANSON HELEN C. DEBEVOISE ELIZABETH M. INKS ARDATH L. JOHNSON MARIAN G. HENDRICKS ELLEN E. HOUSE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY DRUSILLA M. PRATT, A.B. Seniors MARGARET ' L. FRANK MARY GRACE KNOBLOCK Juniors DOROTHY M. LONG RUTH L. LUKENS ELEANOR C. MACK LOLETA G. PARKER Sophomores BERNADINE H. MALAY MARGARET L. MIRFIELD Freshmen SARAH E. JONES PHEBE C. MORSE MARGARET H. PARKER ALICE WILCOX MARGARET H. STALKER MARGARET E. STEWART FLORENCE M. WIDMAIER EDITH SPANGLER HILY D. PARKER VIRGINIA D. RAY JANE E. SUMMERS VIRGINIA MCCREERY VIRGINIA L. MORTON X WIDMAIER JOHNSON SUMMERS O. H. PARKER MALAY MIRFIELD CROFTS BECKER RAY LUKENB JANSEN LONG SPANGLEH L. PARKER WILCOX COY FRANK M. PARKER DOMBEY MORSE COOPER PRATT MACK HOLDS WQRTH DEBEVOISE HOUSE MCCHEERY MORTON HENDRICKS INKS JONES Page 439 - C %f Founded 1897 Barnard College OMICRON PI CHAPTER Established 1921 DR. LUVERN HAYS MRS. CARL N. SCHMALTZ ANNETTE BURKHARDT MARY CARR MARGARET CLARK ELIZABETH CODY ELIZABETH COSSITT HELEN BELCHER SARAH BONINE JEAN GREENSHIELDS CYNTHIA HAWKINS DORIS KUHN LEONE LEE BLOSSOM BACON HAZEL BELCHER MEMBERS IX CITY MRS. PAUL C. WAGNER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MRS. GERALD Fox, M.A. Seniors NELL DICKINSON NELL GRATTON MARY GREENSHIELDS LYLAS HAYES Juniors LuCILE HlTTLE MARVA HOUGH Sophomores DOROTHY LETTS JANE McBRiDE . Freshmen CATHERINE BELLAMY Lois COSSITT ELIZABETH CUTTER MRS. MERLE UNDERWOOD MRS. WALTER A. VERWIEBE MARY KENT-MILLER MARJORIE MILLER MILDRED PECKHAM DORIS SELLECK MARJORIE WEBER JOSEPHINE NORTON MARIAN VAN TUYL ALICE WESSELS DOROTHY ODLE MARY LOUISE TAYLOR HELEN BOUGHEY HELENE TERRY JANE WEBSTER BONINE VAN-TUYL TAYLOR HOWE HAWKINS LETTS McBRiDE H. BELCHER WESSELS DICKENSON CODY KENT-MILLER SELLECK LAWTON J. GREENSHIELDS BURKHARDT GHATTO.N CLARK CARR E. COSSITT MILLER M. GREENSHIELDS PECKHAM KUHN LEE WEBSTER BACON L. COSSITT TERRY CUTTER HAZEL BELCHER ODLE r- fe s g Founded 1872 University of Syracuse THETA CHAPTER Established 1892 Pkl MRS. ELMER BEAL HELEN BROWN MRS. FRED CADWELL MRS. HARRY CLARK SALLY CLARKSON MRS. EARL CRESS FRANCES FLORER MRS. WILLIAM FLORER FRANCES GILL MRS. JOSEPH HAYDEN FRANCES A. DUNNEWIND MARGARET CUTTING MARGARET G. Dow MARGARET L. FUNK ANNA JANE CHURCHMAN VIRGINIA M. GIES MARGARET H. HIGMAN BETSY ARNOLD MEMBERS IN CITY HlLDAGARDE HENSAL HORTENSE HENRING ANNE HINSHAW MRS. DONALD KUDNER JEAN KYER MRS. DONALD MAY MARJORIE PARKER MRS. F. M. RAIKES MRS. W. BERRY RATCLIFFE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY FRANCES LOUISE SYDELL RUTH ANN SORGE MARGARET RICE GEM SHERMAN MARGARET SMITH MRS. MORRIS TILLEY MRS. JOHN WAITE VERA WALLINGTON SALLY WALSER MARGARET WARTHIN MARIAN WILLIAMS MRS. D. F. ZIMMERMAN SARAH HUME MILDRED A. RUDELL Seniors FRANCES M. RUDELL HELEN G. RUTH Juniors HELEN J. HAWKINS MARGARET E. O ' CONNELL MARGARET G. HAWKINS HELEN RAIKES ALICE E. KELLOGG PHYLLIS D. RICHARDS WlLHELMINA WEYHING FLORENCE A. HOLMES CAROLYN INGLIS EVELYN A. JORDAN RUTH BLAKESLEE ANN ELIZABETH JACOBS Sophomores MARY LOUISE LOOMIS VlDA K. McCLURE BERTHA W. RANKIN Freshmen ELIZABETH McCuRDY HELEN C. MORRILL FRANCES WILLIAMS HELEN H. RUTHERFORD MARIAN F. STEARNS JANET H. TREMBLEY HELEN RANKIN HELEN E. RICHARDS VIRGINIA E. SCHURZ 5c BLAKESLEE SCHURZ HOLMES McCLURE CHURCHMAN McCuRDY JACOBS ARNOLD INGLIS MORRILL H. RANKIN H. RICHARDS GIES WEYHING B. RANKIN LOOMIS JORDOM STEARNS HIGMAN CUTTING RAIKES TREMBLEY P. RICHARDS O ' CONNELL FUNK M. HAWKINS H. HAWKINS Dow ROBERTS T. RUDELL M. RUDELL RUTH WILLIAMS DUNNEWIND SORGE SEYDEL HUME KELLOGG .ft Page 441 - C 5f Founded 1893 Lombard College ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER Established 1919 PATRONESSES MRS. MARY E. BUFFINGTON MRS. FREDERICK A. COLLER MRS. ROY W. COWDEN MRS. ALBERT R. CRITTENDEN MRS. E. E. HARTWICK MRS. NEIL H. WILLIAMS MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. CARROLL BRIGGS MRS. ROY W. COWDEN MRS. JOHN J. Cox MRS. ALBERT R. CRITTENDEN MRS. ROBERT B. HALL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors PHYLA A. ARMSTRONG HELEN L. BRANAGAN NEVA L. BRANAGAN MARGARET R. EIRICH FERN M. BRITTAIN ETHEL M. CROWE HELEN L. HOCHREIN RUTH A. BACON HELEN A. FAGG FRANCINA H. FEAD CLARA L. CAPLE FLORENCE H. CONE PAULINE L. DARBYSHIRE MARJORY E. FOLLMER ESTHER H. GRAHAM HELEN I. PARMELEE HELEN M. POUND LOUISE E. RITTENHOUSE Juniors MARY LADNEY KATHERINE MATTHEWS VIRGINIA MEADE ADRIANNE NAGELVOORT Sophomores ELIZABETH I. FRIDAY MARION E. GOODALE NOLA M. HENRY Freshmen MARTICA H. GEORG SELMA J. HENDERSHOT HARRIET A. HENDERLONG MRS. HUGH KEELER MRS. CHALMERS J. LYONS MRS. H. H. SEELEY MRS. A. FRANKLIN SHULL Miss MABLE VAN KLEEK MRS. THEDA SHAW HOLEN Miss ADA MULHOLLAND MRS. A. FRANKLIN SHULL MRS. E. B. SCHULZ MRS. CLARENCE D. THORPE HELEN K. SHAW LEONA L. SHERMAN ETHEL P. STEVENSON ELAINE M. WASSINK WILMA I. NOWER JEANETTE E. WENDELL HELEN E. Vos LORENE R. HIRT IRMA E. SANZENBACHER DOROTHY E. WILLIAMS C. JOSEPHINE MILLER DOROTHY C. OSBOURNE GEORGIA M. VANDAWARKER MARGARET E. SHUMWAY GOODALE SANZENBACHER BACON WILLIAMS HIRT FEAD LADNEY WENDELL STEVENSON GKAHAM Vos CROWE MATTHEWS NAGELVOORT RiTTENHOUBE SHERMAN H. BRANAGAN ElRICH ARMSTRONG SHAW POUND N. BRANAGAN WA88INK CONE HENDERSHOT DARBEYSHIRE CAPLE HENDERLONG SHUMWAY GEORG VANDAWARKEH Page 442 Cv fefe - ' Founded 1895 University of Arkansas ETA CHAPTER Established 1905 RUTH L. FIGGE, B.S. MRS. F. S. BARTELL MRS. DONALD CONEY MRS. WERNER DUEMLING MRS. E. C. GODDARD MRS. W. J. HUSSEY MRS. R. H. KAMPMEIER MRS. F. N. MENEFEE MRS. E. D. MITCHELL MEMBERS IN FACULTY FAITH P. HADLEY, M.S. MEMBERS IN CITY Miss SARAH D. KING, A.B. BARBARA C. AMES GERTRUDE E. BAILEY CATHERINE A. BUHRER LENORE D. GARDNER RUTH E. BEARD ANNE M. Fox HELEN J. HANLIN ISABEL B. FRIDAY ALICE CRANE JANET COCHRAN MARGARET C. HAXTON ELIZABETH M. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Miss PAULWE KAISER Seniors MAXINE E. GEDDES MARY-LOIS GUDAKUNST HENRIETTA J. KENT GRACE H. McDoNALD LILIAN A. MERNER Juniors MARION L. HYSLOP LEORA B. JARECKI Sophomores HELEN H. MELCHERS MARY L. MITCHELL Freshmen ELIZABETH M. MAXEY CLARA M. MITCHELL MARGARET J. REHRIG REVA J. SCHRADER MARGARET SIBLEY MARTHA GUERNSEY, Ph.D. Miss FLORENCE MOHR MRS. D. H. PARKER MRS. J. SCHLOTTERBECK Miss MIRIAM SCHLOTTERBECK MlSS LONA TlNKHAM MRS. CLAIRE UPTHEGROVE MRS. P. S. WELSH Miss FRIEDA WISHROPP Miss DONNA ESSELSTYNF MARGARET E. MILNES GLADYS M. SCHRADER MARY W. SCOTT AGNES H. SHELDON E. JANET LOGIE STACIA G. SKRENTNY HELEN E. SMYTHE OLIVE E. TODD RUTH H. THOMPSON MARGUERITE K. WELLMAN ELEANOR F. WHITMAN JULIA G. WILCOX 1 BEARD SMYTHE HAXTON MAXEY JARECKI FRIDAY M. MITCHELL Fox TODD LOGIE " SKHENTNY HYSLOP SCOTT BAILEY MELCHERS MILNES SIBLEY G. SCHRADEK KENT SHELDON GARDNER MCDONALD GUDAKUNST MERNER GEDDES BUHRER WHITMAN C. MITCHELL WELLMAN LER.OY CRANE COCHRAN R. SCHRADER THOMPSON REHRIG WILCOX Page 443 Cv- r fe COLLEGIATE SOROSIS Founded 1886 University of Michigan MRS. ROBERT C. ANGELL MRS. JOSEPH BARRS Miss HELEN BATES MRS. CHRISTINE BREED MRS. JOSEPH A. BURSLEY Miss HARRIETTS BURY Miss MARGARET CAMERON Miss LYDIA CONDON MRS. VALENTINE DAVIES MRS. EARLE W. Dow MRS. EDGAR N. DURFEE MRS. HENRY M. BATES MRS. WILLIAM H. FAUST MARY ELIZABETH COOLEY MARY H. BARRETT CHRISTINE L. BAUCH ELIZABETH B. ALDERTON HELEN BLACKWOOD MARY CRISTY JEAN DE VRIES BEATRICE BARRETT THEODORA MALOY ANNE BIGELOW MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. STERLING EMERSON MRS. A. C. FURSTENBERG Miss FLORENCE GREEN MRS. CARL GUTHE MRS. HARRY HAWLEY MRS. J. GRIFFITH HAYS AIRS. T. H. HlLDENBRANDT MRS. HERMAN KLEENE Miss ALICE LLOYD Miss ANNA LLOYD MRS. EARL V. MOORE Miss NATALIE MURPHY ASSOCIATE MEMBERS MRS. JESSE S. REEVES MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 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. PETER VAN BOVEN MRS. MARY WHEELER MRS. HERBERT C. SADLER MRS. RENE TALAMON ALICE RUSSELL MARY K. FLINTERMANN ANNA GRANDY JEAN Dow KATHERINE FERGUSON MARTHA M. HERRNSTEIN KATHERINE KELLEY F. DOROTHY LELAND IsOBEL HUBBARD MARY E. ROBBINS LILLIAN BURNAM TERESSA CARROW Seniors ALICE C. HIRSCHMAN MARY JANE KIRK Juniors RUTH LELAND EUGENIA LONG KATHERINE PATTERSON ADDISON PELLETIER ELEANOR PHELPS Sophomores HARRIETTS STONE LOUISE STRATTON Freshmen MARY BARR CLAY LOUISE CODY MARION E. LELAND MARIAN PARSONS MARY B. QUARTON GERALDINE RUSSELL BETTY FRAZER TUTTLE MARY BOWMAN VALENTINE Lois F. TILLEY JANE SMITH R. LELAND QUARTOV LONG FERGUSON HUBBARD HERNNSTEIN KELLEY KIRK BARRETT GRANDY HIRSCHMAN BAUCH FLINTERMANN VALENTINE PHELPS MALOY SMITH BURN AM CLAY CARROW CODY DE VRIES STONE Dow TUTTLE RrfytfLi. N PELTETI BLACKWOOD STRATTON PATTERSON ROBBINS ER BIGELOW 444 _ C $f Founded 1888 Boston University IOTA CHAPTER Established 1894 Re-established 1915 MRS. CHARLES MILLEX MRS. HORATIO ABBOTT MRS. JOHN L. BRUMM MRS. CHARLES FRIES MRS. A. F. MONTGOMERY MRS. MAHLON BUELL MRS. L. V. HEILBRUNN MRS. CHARLES MILLEN MRS. ARTHUR COVERT Miss LILLIAN GREENLAND MRS. WM. FRAYER FLORENCE M. FOSTER GLADYS E. BUEHRER KATHRYN H. FRANCIS ELLEN F. GROFF ELIZABETH J. AMERINE KATHRYN E. BUTLER ELSIE G. HOOPER PATRONESSES MRS. CARL BRAUN MRS. EDWARD KRAUS MEMBERS IN CITY Miss INEZ BOZARTH Miss GRACE RICHARDS Miss MARGARET STAIR MRS. FORTUNE MRS. T. H. LOWRY MRS. O. O. McLEiscH MRS. PAUL REHMUS Miss FRIEDA DIEKHOFF MRS. THOMAS REED MRS. CLIFFORD WOODY Miss GERALD HARD Miss GRACE MANSON Miss BEATRICE JOHNSON MlSS DORIS TwiTCHELL Miss HELEN McCALLUM Miss RUTH CARSON Miss MARION STOWE MRS. MALCOLM SOULE LUCILLE G. GROFF ELIZABETH E. HASTINGS AUDREY L. HANEY HARRIET M. MARTIN VIRGINIA H. McCoLL MEMBERS OF UNIVERSITY VIRGINIA E. HOBBS, A.B.I926 Seniors MARY A. MAC ROBERTS MARGARET E. PROBECK Juniors JOSEPHINE A. MURPHY NIMA M. NEVILLE GERTRUDE N. SCHULER ARLENE C. UNSWORTH DELIGHT H. C. BERG HELEN DAHLE CLARE M. McOMiE JEAN McOMiE Sophomores LUCILE T. JOHNSON M. JUNE MARSHALL Freshmen MILDRED M. PHELPS DORIS K. RENKENBERGER NORMA E. SNELL NINA L. SLATER ALVENA SUPERKO RUTH H. TREBILCOCK M. JANE SAGE DOROTHY E. TREBILCOCK DOROTHY WHITING MARSHALL McCoLL AMERINE DAHLE SAGE JOHNSON BERG E. GROFF HANEY SLATER SCHULER FRANCIS MURPHY R. TREBILCOCK UNSWOHTH MARTIN SNELL FOSTER MACROBERTS SUPERKO HASTINGS L. GROFF HOBBS PROBECK D. TREBILCOCK HOOPER ' RENKENBERGER WHITING BUTLER BEUHKER NEVILLE PHELPS J. McOMiE C. McOuiE - m t : - C fc g Founded 1874 Oxford Institute XI CHAPTER Established 1885 MRS. MORTIMER COOLEY MRS. RALPH AIGLER MRS. WILLIAM BROWN, JR. MRS. JOHN R. EFFINGER MRS. FRANCIS D. CURTIS JEAN SHARPE MRS. SHIRLEY SMITH OLIVE KNOWLSON RUTH MACDONALD EMILY CROWELL ALLEEN MILLER RUTH KAHN BARBARA PATTON ELIZABETH NUTT KATHARINE BAILLIE THELMA BOLIN ALICE PLATT LOUISE COOLEY KATHERINE ARNOLD MARGARET BUSH HONORARY MEMBERS MRS. HUGO THIEME MEMBERS IN FACULTY MlNA WlNSLOW MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. MAX MILLER MRS. NORMAN MILLER MRS. THEOPHILE RAPHAEL HELEN PLATT MRS. CHARLES RASH MRS. HARRY RASCHBACKER MRS. WILLIAM RUMPF MRS. HENRY SANDERS MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MARCELLINE O ' MEARA MRS. KARL GUTHE CATHARINE RIGGS MRS. IRVING SCOTT MRS. WILLIAM STONEMAN MRS. ARTHUR MOEHLMAN MRS. HERBERT TAGGART MRS. GARDNER WILLIAMS MARY STEER MINERVA MILLER LOUISE TURNER VIRGINIA KURTZ MARY THOMSON DOROTHY TRUETTNER MARION BRADLEY JEAN HATHAWAY MARY ALICE VOSPER DOROTHY CLIFFORD JEAN DUFFIELD JANE HICKEY Seniors DOROTHY MALCOMSON LUCILLE WALSH HELEN LARAWAY DOROTHY SCHULZE Juniors LUCY SEELEY ETHELADEL ROYCE Sophomores ELSA MILLER JANET CALVERT RUTH HEIDBREDER Freshmen VIRGINIA HOUGHTON HARRIET LAWLOR GERTRUDE SMITH DOROTHY KALMBACH ESTHER WOOD CHRISTINE DEWAR FAITH JONES MARGARET HOUSTON ISOBEL FIELD JANE OLDS VERA JOHNSTON MARJORIE LEWIS HELEN RUDOLPHI RUTH SCHNEIDER CLIFFORD HOUOHTON HEIDBHEDER RUDOLPHI DUFFIELD LAWLOR ARNOLD SMITH BUSH HICKEY OLDS CALVERT MILLER CROCKER HATHAWAY HAILLIE LEWIS BRADLEY COOLEY PLATT JOHNSTON JONES NDTT FIELD THOMSON TRUETTNEH PATTON SEELEY DEWAR TURNER WOOD SCHULZE WALSH CROWELL A. MILLER MALCOMSON KURTZ KAHN M. MILLER LARAWAY Page 4 46 $ T r3fa y. X Founded 1909 Cincinnati Conservatory XI CHAPTER Established 1924 DELTA OMICRON NATIONAL HONORARY MUSICAL SORORITY MRS. A. S. VAX SICKLE ELIZABETH COYNE RUTH E. McCuTCHEON HAZEL E. PEELLE HELEN A. STEPHENSON STELLA CLEMENT DOROTHY M. FIELD BERYL I. BROUGHTON MARGARET F. FILE THELMA M. BROWER ERMA E. CHRISTIANSON MEMBERS IN FACULTY NORA B. WETMORE MEMBERS IN CITY Seniors Junibrs Sophomores Freshmen LALAH E. VAN SICKLE BERNICE E. SUKOW FRANCES M. SWITZENBERG LUCILE GRAHAM RUTH BRADY ALICE K. SHEA IRMA E. WEDLER CHARLOTTE R. GREIST MAJEL P. OLCOTT JEANNETTE SPARLING ORMA F. WEBER SPARLING CLEMENT BROWER WEDLER MC-DEHMID CHRISTIANSON WEBER WETMOHE OLCOTT FIELD BROUOHTON VAN SICKLE . FILE GRAHAM SHEA SWITZENBERG GRIEST McCtrrcHEON COYNE BRADY STEPHENSON SUKOW PEELLE WISE VAN SICKLE Page 447 p C %f Founded 1902 Miama Univeisity ALPHA ETA CHAPTER Established 1922 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss RUTH SWAN MEMBERS IN CITY Miss MARTHA GILL Miss RUTH VIAL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Miss LUCILLE CORNELL, A.B. Miss SARITA DAVIS NORDA I. BEUTLER Lois A. BRASHEAR NORMA L. CASE MARION A. DANIEL NANCY D. BASSETT MARION Wo BAUSCHARD DOROTHY K. BOEHM ESTHER A. BOOZE ELIZABETH L. CRONIN JEAN L. BONISTEEL JEAN L. CURRIE ELIZABETH M. HAMEL CATHERINE E. BACKUS ALMA M. BRETSCHNEIDER MARGUERITE CORNELL Seniors ALICE C. FORTIER VIRGINIA R. GILLETTE ELAINE M. HERBERT BARBARA L. PATON FLORENCE A. POLLOCK Juniors NORMA A. GREENE HILDA A. HORNY MARY A. HOWARD HAZEL A. HUY Sophomores SHIRLEY E. KING DOROTHY M. LYONS Freshmen DOROTHY E. HAAS L. MARGARET HAWLEY HELEN B. HEILER MRS. CLARENCE KESSLER MRS. CLYDE LOVE Miss BERTHA RHINEHART EMMALOU REA ALBERTA L. SHANK THESA THOMAS MARY F. WOOLFITT MARJORIE E. JONES CONSTANCE L. LAKE DELMA M. LOYER Lois C. MARKHAM MARGARET R. PEPPLER BETTY R. PULVER MARION L. READING FRANCES A. VINCENT RUTH E. MATTESON LAURETTA M. TOWNSEND ROBBIN TOWNSLEY KING PULVER JONES PATON BONISTEEL LYONS CURRIE LAKE READING VINCENT BEUTLER HUY HOWARD BOOZE CRONIN PEPPLER LOYER BAUSCHARD GREENE BOEHM MARKHAM THOMAS GILLETTE REA WOOLFITT DANIEL SHANK BRASHEAR CASE POLLOCK L. CORNELL FORTIER HERBERT HAMEL HAWLEY HAAS BACKUS TOWNSEND TOWNSLEY HORNY BRETSCHNEIDER HEILER M. CORNELL J MATTESON Page 448 r$ Founded 1874 Syracuse University BETA CHAPTER Established 1882 Gamma Phi Beta MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. WALDO M. ABBOT MRS. EDWARD L. ADAMS MRS. JAMES BREAKEY MRS. EVERETT BROWN MRS. HENRY DOUGLAS Miss LINDA EBERBACB MRS. ALFRED FISCHER MRS. DEAN MYERS Miss ELIZABETH PIKE MRS. J. W. WANNAMAKER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MARY HELLYER, A.B., ' i8L HoRTENSE HOAD, A.B. v Seniors HELEN M. QUICK MARGARET B. FITCH KATHERINE E. HUBBARD HELEN REECE MCCALLUM MARIE BURT JESSIE FORBES BARBARA HEWITT GENEVIEVE HOLMES ALICE BOURQUIN JESSIE BOURQUIN VIRGINIA BROWN KATHERINE CHASE EsTELLE D JOURNO LUCINDA J. SHERWOOD Juniors GERALDINE HOLMES MARGARET HUGHES ESTHER MERRICK RUTH MOORE VIRGINIA MOORE Sophomores VIRGINIA GLAIZE CHARLOTTE HUBBARD LAURA JOSLYN Freshmen HARRIET GRIDLEY DELPHINE JOHNSTON HELEN KORTENHOFF MRS. NATHAN POTTER Miss MABEL RANDALL MRS. WILFRED SHAW MRS. ALBERT SLATER MRS. ETHELBERT SPURRIER MRS. CHARLES WAGNER MRS. EARL WOLAVER MRS. FLOYD A. SERGEANT MRS. HOMER STRYKER FLORENCE PITTELCO, A.B. WINIFRED SMEATON, A.B. CAROLINE STEEN HELEN M. THORPE EMILY E. WOODWARD ELIZABETH MORRISON LOUISA SMITH BARBARA WHEELER GARLAND KELLOGG ELIZABETH LORCH GLADYS MARTIN RUTH PITTELCO DOROTHY McKEE LORRAINE WERNER GENEVIEVE HOLMES HELLYER J. BOURQCIN A. BOURQUIN FORBES HUGHES LORCH WHEELER BURT GERALDINE HOLMES KELLOGG SMITH HEWITT V. MOORE STEEN FITCH SHERWOOD WOODWARD QUICK THORPE R, MOORE KORTENHOFF JOHNSTON CHASE BROWN DEJOURNO PITTELCO WERNER] JOSLYN GRIDLEY McKEE Page 440 - C f g o Founded 1870 De Pauw University ETA CHAPTER Established 1879 Re-established 1893 Iheteu O MRS. S. L. BIGELOW MRS. ALICE WOODBRIDGE MRS. J. F. LAURENCE MRS. L. I. BREDVOLD MRS. R. J. CARNEY MRS. A. M. HIGHLEY MRS. THEOPHILE KLINGMAN MRS. A. G. RUTHVEN MRS. GEORGE SWAIN MRS. F. B. VEDDER SELMA ALEXANDER ROMAINE BUSCH MYRA Lu DEACON PATRONESSES Miss ALICE CROCKER MRS. S. C. WHEAT MEMBERS IX CITY MRS. J. J. WALSER MRS. E. E. WEIMAN MRS. C. J. WHITLOW MRS. C. S. YOAKUM MRS. ORLIN BOSTON MRS. H. C. ADAMS Miss JANET CUMMINGS VIRGINIA Fox CHARLOTTE HALLER VIRGINIA KERSEY Seniors ALICE MCDONALD VIRGINIA SANDS MARGARET SEAMEN FLORENCE WOLFE GLADYS ALLEN FRANCES ANDREAE DOROTHY BAIRD EDNA BALZ MURIEL ANDERSON ELLEN GRINNELL ELIZABETH BRIGHT MARGARET FEAD MARTHA BRANTINGHAM LOUISE EASTMAN DOROTHY HERRICK HELEN KEMPF Juniors KATHRYN KYER HELEN LADD ALICE McRiLL JOSEPHINE MITTS MRS. F. H. YOST MRS. JAMES INGLIS MRS. H. L. WILGUS Miss WINIFRED HOBBS Miss RUBY HOWE Miss DOROTHY KETCHAM Miss ADA OLSEN Miss ODINA OLSEN Miss GAY WILGUS Miss MARIAN PETERSON FLORINE STORREY WILMA WHITEHEAD MARJORIE WILSON MARY LOUISE MURRAY JUNE SLOMER JEANNE TREMBLY MARGUERITE WIDMAN MARGARET WILKINSON GERTRUDE HOLTON MARGARET MOORE LOUISE MURRAY RUTH PENZEL KATHERINE RUTHVEN Sophomores OLIVE NICHOLS MARGARET TRAPHAGENN JANET UPJOHN Freshmen GRACE STRAND VIRGINIA TROWBRIDGE FLORENCE WATCHPOCKET MARIAN I. WIDMAN JEAN WALLACE DOROTHY WOODROW ANDERSON SLOMER GRINELL M. I. WIDMAN L. MURRAY LADD BRANTINGHAM UPJOHN MrRiLL WILKINSON HF.KHICK EASTMAN BALZ KEMPF KYER ANDBEAE BAIRD ALLEN TREMBLY M. E. WIDMAN M. L. MURRAY MITTS DEACON ALEXANDER Fox WHITEHEAD BUSCH SPORREY WOLFE HALLER SEAMAN MACDONALD WILSON SANDS KERSEY WOODHOW STRAND WATCHPOCKET HOLTON TROWBRIDGE TRAPHAGEN MOORE PENZEL BRIGHT RUTHVEN FEAD Page 430 ez j Founded 1897 Virginia State Normal SIGMA ZETA CHAPTER Established 1921 MRS. HARRY BACHER MRS. CLIFFORD MELOCHE ELLEN STEVENSON, A.B. HELEN LOFTUS, A.B. MARY DIETRICH VELDA BOGART ELEANOR STEEL VESTA DEWrn- ELLEN STEVENSON, A.B. MRS. LEON MAKIELSKI DOROTHY ALDRICH GERALDINE AUBREY FERN CROSBY RUTH DRIVER DOROTHY Fox BUELAH HARGER GLADYS APPELT MARGARET COLE MARIAN DAVIDSON CECIL HATHAWAY RUTH ALLEN IRENE COOK MADGE GARDNER DORIS HICKS ALICE BLOME Lois CASSAR REBECCA COLE PATRONESSES MRS. SOLOMON GINGERICH MEMBERS IN FACULTY MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. ARTHUR STEELE ELLA HYMANS, A.B. MRS. HAROLD JOHNSON MRS. ALBERT KERLIKOWSKI MRS. CLIFFORD MELOCHE MRS. CARL RUFUS Seniors ERNESTINE FREEMARK MARGARET HOWBRIDGE FLORENCE HUNT MARION KUBIK MARGARET MC.NALLY Junior} NELLIE HOOVER DOROTHY INGALLIS RUTH JAMESON Sophomores JANET JONES IRENE KYNAST SHIRLEY McDowELL ELIZABETH MC!NTOSH Freshmen KATHRYN EVANS MARY EVANS JEAN HEGWOOD MRS. ROY W. COWDEN MRS. EDSON R. SUNDERLAND ELLA HYMANS, A.B. ELSIE TOWNSEND, A.B. MRS. EDSON R. SUNDERLAXD MRS. DONALD TIMMERMAN MRS. HERBERT TWINING FLORENCE COATS ELSIE TOWNSEND, A.B. HELEN LOFTUS RUTH NIELSON ELIZABETH PAR KER ELIZABETH RUSSEL CATHERINE SCOTT CHARLOTTE SEATON JULIA WILSON- PAULINE MARKHAM EVELYN OGBORN FAY SMEAD MILDRED SOMMER FLORENCE PANGBORN PAULINE SPRING BELLE VAN DE WATER ELIZABETH WRIGHT MARGARET HUEY FLORENCE MAPLE ELIZABETH ZABEL HTJEY ZABEL HEHWOOD M. EVANS MAPLE BLOME CASSAR K. EVANS MC!NTOSH R. COLE SPRING M. COLE WRIGHT PANGBORN JONES COOK GARDNER HICKS VAN DE WATER McDowELL ALLEN HOOVER HATHAWAY MARKHAM SEATON SOMMER DAVIDSON COLE ING ALLS OGBORN SMEAD APPELT TOWNSEND CROSBY DRIVER HUNT NIELSEN WILSON MCNALLY HARGER AUBREY HOWBRIDGE FREEMARK KUBIK SCOTT ALDRICH JAMESON RUSSEL Fox PARKER Page 4ji g- gfos s Founded 1870 Monmouth College BETA DELTA CHAPTER Established 1890 DR. MARGARET BELL MRS. MAUDE SHEMM MRS. A. O. LEE MRS. R. Miss E. MRS. W MRS. J. MRS. E. Miss F. MRS. R. MRS. S. G. ADAMS BEARD . J. BOOTH BRADFIELD A. BYRUM . CROCKER E. DIETERLE DONALDSON- MARGARET BUCK LuELLA CUDLIP WANDA HESS F. ELLIOTT BELL DOROTHY DAY MARY C. EMERY MARGARET H. BREER LINWOOD BOPE KATHERINE GEROW MURIEL BADGER PATRONESSES MRS. SAMUEL MOORE MRS. M. L. BURTON MRS. JOHN SUNDWALL MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. EWEN MRS. F. M. GREENWOOD MRS. P. S. LOVEJOY MRS. H. S. MALLORY MRS. McMuRRY MRS. J. B. MOORE MRS. E. E. NELSON MRS. D. C. PACK Miss S. PARKER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MARJORIE HEWITT MARY THEO LOCKE MRS. L. A. BARRETT MRS. STANLEY STEVENS MRS. A. S. WHITNEY MRS. A. B. PECK MRS. L. B. PHILLIPS MRS. H. T. McPHALE Miss H. PRESTON- MRS. J. VAN SICKLE MRS. M. T. SOLVE MRS. B. H. WALKER MRS. WILDE MARGARET RICE MARY SIDER RUTH WEAVER IRENE FIELD RUTH TUTTLE MARGARET HUDSON- LOUISE BRIGGS MARION KEYSER MARY ALICE MOORE HELEN BEERY ELEANOR BEYER Seniors LOUISE HUMPHREYS FREDERICKA MARSTON CATHERINE KELDER Juniors PHYLLIS LOUGHTON MARY VAN DEURSEN Sophomores ELIZABETH STRUTHERS HELEN WESCOTT Freshmen ELIZABETH ANN HUMPHREY ELFRIDA PETERSON ESTHER TUTTLE HELEN RUSH LOUISE PIGGOTT RUTH YERKES LILLIAN SETCHELL LOUGHTON WEHCOTT STRUTHEKB MOORE YERKES GEROW RICE PIGGOTT RUSH HUMPHREYS FIELD BELL BRIGGS BREER EMERY R. TUTTLE HUDSON VAN DEURSEN KELDER E. TUTTLE BUCK MARSTON BADGER DAY KEYSER PETERSON SETCHELL HUMPHREYS BEYER BEERY Bo PE yc Page 452 -c % Founded 1903 Metropolitan College of Music GAMMA CHAPTER Established 1904 MU PHI EPSILON NATIONAL HONORARY MUSICAL SORORITY HONORARY MEMBERS CARRIE JACOBS-BOND SOPHIE BRASLAU CECILE CHAMINADE JULIA GULP MME. MARGUERITE D ' ALVEREZ EMMY DESTINN GERALDINE FARRAR MAUDE FAY MABEL GARRISON LUCY GATES THELMA GIVEN KATHERINE GOODSON MRS. JESSIE L. GAYNOR ALMA GLUCK MME. OSBORNE HANNAH FRANCES ADAMS BLOSSOM BACON TYBEL NURMAN KATHERINE BUHRER MARY CASE MARJORY CHAVANELLE MARGUERITE COOK DOROTHY COZAD MARY CUMINGS ELIZABETH DAVIES ACTIVE MEMBERS GRACE GLOVER HELEN HARTMAN HELEN HAYS ETHEL HAUSER CATHERINE JOHNSON VERA JOHNSON GRACE J. KONOLD EDITH B. KOON THELMA LEWIS MARY MARTIN MME. SCHUMANN-HEINK MARGARET KEYS OLIVE KLINE ETHEL LEGINSKI TINA LERNER NINA MORGANA ALICE NIELSEN GuiOMAR NOVAES ROSA PONSELLE ROSA RAISA MYRNA SHARLOW MARIE SUNDELIUS MME. MARGUERITA SYLVA MAGGIE TEYTE PRINCESS TSIANINA Lois MAIER EMILY MUTTER RUTH MOORE EUNICE NORTHRUP VIOLA RICHARDS HELEN SHERRARD FERN SHOTT DOROTHY SIMMONS CAROLINE SLEPICA ANGELINE WILSON SHERRARD SLIPICKA HAUSER MOORE C. JOHNSON RICHARDS BACON GLOVER BURMAN HARTMAN MARTIN CUMINGS HAYS NORTHHUP DAVIES CHAVANELLE WILSON BUHRER KOON ADAMS LEWIS COOK SIMMONS V. JOHNSON SHOTT CASE . , x 31 -c gls sr G m, VVlLMA A. GwlNNER, A.B. BERNICE O ' TOOLE, A.B. ELEANORE G. THEWS, A.B. u VJamma, 11 In MEMBERS IN CITY HAZEL CORBETT ANNE I. MILLER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors FLORENCE L. CROSS MADALINE M. FITZGERALD FLORENCE M. FRIBLEY JEANNETTE E. BADGER ALICE E. BROWN MARGUERITE ERNST ELIZABETH FAIRBAIRX DOROTHY E. EVANS RACHEL E. GROHMAN NEVA D. KORKINSKY EVA A. WRIGHT Juniors Sophomores DOROTHY K. WILLIAMS Freshmen KATHERINE A. MILLER Founded 1924 LOCAL CHAPTER AGNES ULBERG, A.B. BLANCHE VINCENT, A.B. MARY H. WILLIAMS, A.B. HELEN I. RITTERSHOFER MARY SIMPSON, A.B. ALICE E. LEHTINEN LENORE F. NOGGLE GLADYS A. THIBAUT JOSEPHINE FARCAS ALICE-MARIE HYMA DORIS E. MOBLEY VIOLET B. ROETHKE CATHERINE D. SCHOLL JEAN STEWART DOROTHY C. SULLIVAN SCHOLL GHAHMAN KOHHINSKY HYMA BADGER STEWART EVANS WILLIAMS BROWN MOBLEV FARCUS NOOOLE CORBETT FAIRBAIRN ERNST SULLIVAN FRIBLEY WRIGHT LITENIN ROETHKE FITZGERALD CKOS THIBAUT fe -= r- -C fS Sr-==gS%g I Founded 1922 ETA CHAPTER Seniors ESTHER I. BANK ANNE B. CAPLAN HENNA L. KAPLAN HILDA FIERER RUTH FIERER GUSTA GOLDBERG HELEN M. BIALOSKY GRACE S. EDELMAN FREIDA BOLOTIN JENNIE ox Juniors Sophomores Freshmen CLARINE R. LEVY BEATRICE MINTZ MIRIAM M. OLDEX FLORENCE P. MORRISON M. RAE PITZELE CONSTANCE R. BIDDER ANNETTE FISHER PEARL B. WALDMAN TYBEL S. BURMAN LILLIAN KOVINSKY BANK CAPLAN FISHER fox MORRISON H. FIERER BIDDER R. FIEREH KAPLAN OLDEN LEVY GOLDBERG EDELMAN MINTZ BURMAN WALDMAN BOLOTIN BIALOSKY PITZELE o A ; . - sJtC les eiJS ss - r- Sf s S g g Founded 1867 Monmouth College MICHIGAN BETA CHAPTER Established 1888 MRS. ALBERT M. BARRETT MRS. HUGH CABOT MRS. ARCHIBALD W. DIACK MRS. MARTIN L. D ' OocE MRS. FRANCIS W. KELSEY MRS. ISRAEL C. STANLEY MRS. F. H. ALDRICH MRS. PAUL BARKER MRS. HARRY BARNETT MRS. CHARLES SCOTT BERRY MRS. ALLENE BIRK VIVIAN CHEATHAM MRS. PALMER CHRISTIAN MRS. ALICE CHRISTENSEN HELEN AUSTIN GRACE BECKHAM ALICE CALLENDER CATHERINE E. GRINDLEY GERTRUDE B. GULICK KATHARINE FROHNE EDWINA B. HOGADONE ELIZABETH BEIS MARY BURNS ELOISE AVERY DOROTHY O. DART MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. D. C. CHIPMAN HOPE CHIPMAN MRS. ALBERT L. CLARKE, JR. MRS. CHARLES D. COGSHALL MRS. D. H. CONDIT MRS. F. L. CONGER RUTH DEEMER MRS. J. J. EVERETT- MRS. CHARLES FISHER MRS. OTTO .HAISLEY MRS. HOMER L. HEATH MRS. G. CARL HUBER MRS. G. M. IBBOTSON JOSEPHINE LANG Seniors HELEN MOORE JESSICA E. NIXON FRANCES O ' BRIEN FRANCES P. PARRISH MARGARET A. PURDY Juniors MARIAN WELLES FLORENCE WERTEL Sophomores FLORA SUTCLIFFE BETTY BRUCE VANANTWERP NATAHNE VINCENTI Freshmen ELIZABETH DEVoL LORINDA A. MCANDREW VIRGINIA LOSEE ESTHER A. PRYOR LLOYD HUSTON MAE KELLER DOROTHY D. LAUVER FLORENCE I. LAWSON FRANCES E. MODE HARRIETT LOWRIE ELSIE E. MURRAY MARGARET CRAMTON RUTH KITCHEL FERN B. SCHOTT MRS. GEORGE E. LEWIS MARIAN McKiNNEY MRS. WALTER V. MARSHALL BEATRICE OMANS MRS. HENRY E. RIGGS MRS. ROY Ross MRS. HERBERT SHAW FRANCES SWIFT MRS. HERBERT UPTON MRS. DON VAN WINKLE MRS. LEROY C. WATERMAN MRS. ALBERT E. WHITE MRS. ALBERT H. WHITE MRS. GEORGE WULP DORIS M. ROBISON HELEN L. SEARIGHT DOROTHY B. TISCH ELEANOR VERDIER MARY J. WHITE HELEN WARNER Lois WOODRUFF RACHEL ROBBINS LOWRIE WERTEL VINCENTI WOODRUFF SCHOTT BEIS WARNER KITCHEL GULICK AUSTIN WELLES MURRAY CALLENDER GRINDLEY VERDIER NIXO.N BECKHAM WHITE H USTON PARRISH TISCH MOORE PURDY O ' BRIEN KELLER LAUVER ROBISON SEARIGHT SUTCLIFFE CRAMTON FHOHNE MCANDREW LOSEE AVERY DE VOL DART ROBBINS PRYOH !S Sf Founded 1903 University of Michigan ALPHA CHAPTER BYRL BACKER MARIAN S. F ' REEMAN NORA CRANE HUNT GRACE AYRES HELEN BATES ELIZABETH CAMPBELL FRANCES CASPARI EMMA FISCHER CROSS BLANCH GALLUP CHARLOTTE BURTT ANITA BYERS MARTHA GUERNSEY DONNA ESSELSTYN PAULINE KAISER BESSIE SICKLES ROUSSEAU CRISWELL HOPE BAUER MARGUERITE WELLMAN DOROTHY WILSON LOUISE RUSSEL SIGMA ALPHA IOTA NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL MUSICAL SORORITY MEMBERS IN FACULTY MARTHA MERKEL MAUD OKKELBERG MABEL RHEAD MEMBERS IN CITY LOUISE GAYLORD ORA HOPKINS STELLA HUNT HESTER REED GEHRIXG ALICE LOYD WINIFRED MOWER ACTIVE MEMBERS GLADYS SCHRAEDER HELEN LARAWAY DOROTHY MALCOMSON VIRGINIA HOBBS ROSELLE RIDER ALICE FAUCH KATE KEITH FIELD Pledges MARGARET STEWART MARJORIE JONES ROBERTA DUNLAP CECILIA FINE HELEN FAGG HELEN VAHL NELL STOCKWELL DONA ESSELSTYN HELEN SCHNEIDER ESTHER WILSON FRIEDA WISHROPP ODINNA OLSEN CLAIRE GRIFFIN JEANETTE FRASER WIEDER PEARL REIMAN VIRGINIA TICE JUEL WILSON RUTH BALDWIN BELVA TIBBALS EDITH MARY WOODARD FRANCINA FEAD LOTTIE HUTZEL OPAL COOTE LUCILE HOWE RUTH RUBEN CRISWELL BAUEB WELLMAN WILSON STEWART JONES DUNLOP DEINZER FINE FAGG FEAD HUTZEL COOTE HOWE FAUCH REIMAN VAN DER VELPEN-REAUME RUSSELL RUBEN RIDER GUERNSEY. TICE KAISER HOBBS WOODARD TIBBALS LARAWAY PC Pag ' 457 a , , x C W = =r s si2 s% E. PAULINE CANBY LUCILLE CANBY MARGARET LORD PHYLLIS E. DELF BARBARBA ABBOTT MARGERY F. BARNES ALICE M. GOUDY ITHMER COFFMAN MAURINE JONES GRACE MAASS LUCILE CUTLER EVELYN FISHER FLORA KEMPF Founded 1874 Colby College ALPHA MU CHAPTER Established 1923 MEMBERS IN CITY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors DOROTHY HAGEN MARGARET S. MARTIN- MARGARET SHERMAN Juniors VIVIAN PRATT ISABEL STONE Sophomores MARIAN FISHER JEAN McDANEL Freshmen KATHERINE PURCELL BERNADINE WINTON MILLIE MOORMAN GEORGIANA K. PEET MRS. WILLIAM RUTEN DORTHEA McCLURE PAULINE SUMMY DOROTHY WORKMAN MARY CUMINGS OLIVE WALKER PAULINE ZOLLER ANNETTE CHRISTIANSEN ALLETTA MORTON MARGARET ZAHM HELEN RUPP x. HAOEN ABBOTT MORTON ZOLLEH JONES CUTLER GOUDY COFFMAN STONE WALKER M. FISHER CUMINGS SHERMAN ZAHM KEMPF McDANEL WORKMAN E. 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JOHN VAN SICKLE FLORENCE POWERS DORIS RENKENBERGER MARTHA ROBINSON- JANET SAURBORN LEONA SHERMAN LORRAINE SNELL DOROTHY SOEHRENS MARGARET STAHL ROSE STRASSER STELLA STUROS ELEANOR TREADWELL MARIE TUKE RHODA TUTHILL MARION VAN TUYL DOROTHY VESTAL ELSIE WEBER GERTRUDE WELCH ANNA ZAUER PAULINE ZOLLER X. Page 481 $ r- 3! JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY COMMITTEE COMMITTEE PHYLLIS M. LOUGHTON . ELIZABETH C. NUTT ELSIE E. MURRAY BERNICE STAEBLER . PHYLLIS D. RICHARDS MARGARET G. HAWKINS LAURA M. OSGOOD . MARGARET G. COLE MARIAN E. VAN TUYL MARIAN L. WELLES . HELEN F. WOOTON . Director General Chairman Assistant Chairman . Business Manager Chairman of Publicity Chairman of Program Chairman of Properties Chairman of Music Chairman of Dances . Chairman of Costumes Chairman of Make-up - M Page 482 Q - s - fefe ABBOTT RUSSELL RITTENHOUSE FUNK BREER COOPER SLATER OPPENHEIM WELLES CRAWFORD PATTON PITZELE O ' BRIEN PAN HELLENIC BALL COMMITTEE OFFICERS MARGARET FUNK MARGARET BREER . General Chairman Treasurer CONSTANCE LAKE ELLEN SEBURN COMM ITTEES Chaperones FRANCES O ' BRIEN, Chairman Programmes LOUISE RITTENHOUSE, Chairman MARIAN KARBOSKI BEATRIX BARRETT Decorations MARY GREENSHIELDS, Chairman BARBARA ABBOTT HELEN CRAWFORD Publicity MARIAN WELLES, Chairman PEGGY FITCH FLORENCE COOPER ELIZABETH CAMPBELL Tickets BARBARA PATTON, Chairman Refreshments BETTY RUSSELL, Chairman FRANCES ANDREAE NINA SLATER MALVIN RAE PITZELE EMILY OPPENHEIM 483 I -C fe M. HAWKINS SELLECK SCHHAUDER EIHICH LORD McCANN Vos RUSH HOGADONE CRAFT MILLER CHISHOLM GOODMAN PORTER BUELL O ' BRIEN LAMBERT KAHN RITTENHOUSE WHITE LEE o MASQUES DRAMATIC SOCIETY OFFICERS RUTH KAHN . MINERVA MILLER . LOUISE RlTTENHOUSE LAURA CRAFT PHYLLIS LOUGHTON GENEVIEVE BUELL MARJORIE CHAVENELLE KATHLEEN CHISHOLM ITHMER COFFMAN LAURA CRAFT MARGARET EIRICH MARGUERITE GOODMAN MARY Lois GUDAKUNST HELEN HAWKINS MARGARET HAWKINS EDWIN A HOGADONE MEMBERS ERA JOHNSTON- RUTH KAHN RUTH LAMBERT LEONE LEE DOROTHY LONG PHYLLIS LOUGHTON RUTH McCANN MINERVA MILLER EVELYN MURRAY FRANCES O ' BRIEN Lois PORTER . President . Fice-President Secretary Treasurer Director LOUISE RlTTENHOUSE HELEN RUSH KATHRYN SCHRAUDER DORIS SELLECK LEONA SHERMAN MARION VAN TUYL HELEN Vos HELEN WARNER MARY WHITE DOROTHY WILLIAMS ANGELINE WILSON Page 4X4 c SSf UXDEM SHANK KING BRADY S.TOLARSKI WORKMAN JACOBS TROWBRIDGE WATCHPOCKET BACON SIDDER BANFIELD M. KENT-MILLER WHITE SELLECK SHERMAN LONG SHERMAN M. MILLER SCHRAUDER NEUBECKER MUMMERS DRAMATIC SOCIETY OFFICERS MARJORIE MILLER . MARGARET SHERMAN DOROTHY LONG KATHRYN SCHRA UDER BLOSSOM BACON RUTH BANFIELD RUTH BRADY MARION BROEHM ITHMER COFFMAN EDWINA HOGADONE MARGARET HIGMAN PAULINE JACOBS MARY KENT-MILLER SHIRLEY KING DOROTHY LONG MARJORIE MILLER HELEN MOORE ALLETA MORTON WILMA NEUBECKER HELEN RUSH MEMBERS MARGARET ZAHM . President F ice-President Treasurer Secretary HULDA SCHAFFER KATHRYN SCHRAUDER CONSTANCE SIDDER DORIS SELLECK ALBERTA SHANK LEONA SHERMAN MARGARET SHERMAN SOPHIA STOLARSKI FLORINE STORREY VIRGINIA TROWBRIDGE JANICE UNDEM HELEN Vos FLORENCE WATCHPOCKET MARY WHITE DOROTHY WILLIAMS HELEN WORKMAN s. x Page 485 $ -z 3fc M Q ' w BECKER EVANS MORTON OSGOOD LA JEUNESSE MATTHEWS C. FISHER WELLMAN JONAITIS MILLER FINE BORTON WILCOX SMITH SANZENBACHER KRAVE COFFMAN GREENE ZOLLER OILMAN POLLOCK MCCREDIE GRATTON WIDMAIER JONES A THE X A LITERARY SOCIETY First Semester FLORENCE POLLOCK . ELIZABETH WELLMAN VIOLET MCCREDIE . NELLE GRATTON RUTH BECKER BERTHA BORTON MARY L. BROWN MARGARET BUSH CLARA CAPLE ITHMER COFFMAN GRACE EDELMAN HILDA EVANS CLETUS FAGAN CECELIA FINE ANNETTE FISHER CAROLYN FISHER JEAN GILMAN NELLE GRATTON NORMA GREENE OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS DOR:S HICKS PATRICIA HODSON VIRGINIA HOUGHTON CLARA JANUS TERESSA JONAITIS MARJORIE JONES MAURINE JONES KATHERINE KELLY HELEN KRAVE VIVIAN LAJEUNESSE KATHERINE MATTHEWS VIOLET McCREDiE MARY MCDONALD ELSA MILLER Second Semester FLORENCE POLLOCK VIVIAN LAJEUNESSE PAULINE ZOLLER CECELIA FINE A.LETTA MORTON MARGARET NICHOLS LAURA OSGOOD FLORENCE POLLOCK ESTHER PRYOR IRMA SANZENBACHER CATHERINE SCOTT EMILY SEYMOUR STACIA SKRENTENY HULDA SMITH BARBARA TOCK ELIZABETH WELLMAN FLORENCE WIDMAIER JULIA WILCOX PAULINE ZOLLER EXDELMAN BAIRD MITCHELL AN8PACH GATES LEVY HOWSER LAMBERT LARDNER OLDEX KENT-MILLER BANFIELD ARTHUR CRISWELL SOULE FIXE CAMPBELL VLIET MEYER PORTIA LITERARY SOCIETY Literary Society OFFICERS. MIRIAM OLDEN KATHERINE LARDNER RUTH LAMBERT MARY KENT-MILLER HONORARY MEMBERS EVELYN MURRAY President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MARGARET LORD MARGARET ARTHUR SUSAN ANSPACH RUTH BANFIELD ANNA LAURA BAIRD KATHARINE CAMPBELL DOROTHY CARTER ROUSSEAU CRISWELL ORIEL ENDELMAN RUTH FINE MEMBERS VALERIE GATES HENRIETTA HOWSER HELEN JESSOP SARAH JONES IRENE KYNAST RUTH LAMBERT KATHERINE LARDNER CLARINE LEVY GRACE MCDONALD VIRGINIA McCREERY MARGARET MEYER MIRIAM MITCHELL MARY KENT-MILLER WILMA NEUBECKER MIRIAM OLDEN DOROTHY SEEBER LAURA SOULE ALICE VLIET .. - $j Z g - c fcfe JBL MACK ARONSTAM SELLECK ANDERSON RAINE FRAXCIS SCHEIRICH SCHRAUDER KlBBEY MOREHOUSE KENNEY WEDEMEYEH LEHTINEN MILLER SMYTHE ROBINSON ' MARSTON SELKER WELLS CHI DELTA PHI Honorary Literary Society OFFICERS MARY-ELIZABETH KIBBEY FREDERIKA MARSTON DOROTHY MOREHOUSE DORRIS SELLECK Treasurer ice-President Secretary Treasurer JOYCE ANDERSON THEODORA ARONSTAM KATHRYN FRANCIS JOSEPHINE HERRMANN ALEXANDER JANHUSKY ELEANOR KENNEY MARY-ELIZABETH KIBBEY CHAPTER ROLL ALICE LEHTINEN FRANCES MACK FREDERICKA MARSTON EMERY MILLER DOROTHY MOREHOUSE MERLE RAINE FLORENCE ROBINSON ALMA SCHEIRICH KATHRYN SCHRAUDER MIRIAM SELKER DORRIS SELLECK HELEN SMYTHE MARY WEDEMEYER MARY WELLS x. $$e 5f CuHTISS SIEDER PARKER HOFFMAN HOFFMAN BUELI. INGALLS HEITCH NEEF BLACK BERTON TILLER REID MULLISON CARPENTER DEXTKR CHILD MCDONALD TONGE FIELD HARTWIO HOLMES MATTESON PORTER KATZENZEROER NUTT MEOARO PEGASUS OFFICERS AGNES HOFFMAN NOMA REID GRETCHEN MULLISON President Secretary-Treasurer Club Riding Manager ELIZABETH BLACK LEONORE BERTON GENEVIEVE BUELL DOROTHY CARPENTER EUNICE CHILD MARGARET COLE BEATRICE COWAN BETTY COYNE BETTY PARKER LYDIA RUDOLPH CAROLYN TILLER MEMBERS MARIE CURTISS KATHRYN DEXTER FRANCES DUNNIWIND KATHERINE FIELD MARIE HARTWIG JANET HEITCH LOUISE HOFFMAN AGNES HOFFMAN Lois PORTER MILDRED SIEDER EUNICE TONGE CATHERINE KATZENZERGER FLORENCE HOLMES DOROTHY INGALLS MARION MCDONALD FLORENCE MATTESON JOSEPHINE MEGARO GRETCHEN MULLISON MABEL NEEF BETTY NUTT NOMA REID FRANCES LOUISE SCYDEL ANN SAYLOR ---. s e % TODD ZOLLER KAMP COY SHERMAN StEPICKA KN ' OBLOCK SCRYMGEOUR GREENE G ROVER VAHL BAUER WELCH MITCHELL COLE LATHER GROHMAN BROWN PROBECK EXDELMAN RlDENOUR THOMAS BAUSCHAHD BEUTLER DlCKENSON CODY JANSON BERE8FORD RlX GROFF CRISWELL LOYER WOOD WORTH WIDMAIEH TOCK FORTIER KING KINGSTON SNELL PARKER LONG ALE PECK PEELLE HOBBS GILLIS LEE STINE FOSTER CHAVENELLE BUEHRER KWITZENBERG HUNT KENT-MILLER MACROBERTS LONG BRASHEAR COPE UNIVERSITY GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB MARY KENT-MILLER MARY ANN MACROBERTS DOROTHY LONG MARJORIE CHAVENELLE . FRANCES SWITZENBERG . Lois BRASHEAR . CATHERINE BUHRER . GERTRUDE FOSTER . Miss NORA CRANE HUNT OFFICERS X RUTH C. ALE DOROTHY ALLISON HOPE BAUER MARION BAUSCHARD LUCILLE BERESFORD NORDA BEUTLER HELEN BROWN HELEN I. BROWN Lois BRASHEAR GLADYS BUEHRER MARJORIE CHAVENELLE ELIZABETH CODY MARGARET COLE ANNA COPE HAZEL CROBET MARIAN COY DOROTHY COZAD ROUSSEAU CRISWELL ROSE DE FOE NELLIE DICKENSON ORIEL ENDELMAN FRANCINA FEAD EVELYN FISHER ALICE FORTIER MARGARET FISHER GERTRUDE FOSTER MARGARET GILLIS GRACE GLOVER MARGARET GREENE ELLEN GROFF RACHEL GROHMAN HAZEL GROVER VIRGINIA HOBBS IDA MAE KAMP MARY KENT-MILLER MARY G. KNOBLOCK SELMA JANSON SHIRLEY KING LENORE KINGSTON MYRTLE LATHER LEONE LEE DOROTHY LONG GWENDOLYN LONG DELMA LOYER MARY ANN MACROBERTS MIRIAM MITCHELL ODINA OLSON CATHERINE PATTERSON President Vice-P reside n t Secretary . Treasurer . Manager . Auditor . Accompanist . Librarian Director HILY DALE PARKER LOLETA PARKER JANICE PECK ELLEN PEELLE HELEN POUND MARGARET PROBECK EMMALOU REA MARGARET RIDENOUR MADRA Rix MARGARET SHERMAN HELEN SCRYMGEOUR NORMA SNELL CAROLYN SLEPICKA MARGARET STALDER GERTRUDE STINE FRANCES SWITZENBERG THESA THOMAS BARBARA TOCK OLIVE TODD HELEN VAHL GERTRUDE WELCH FLORENCE WIDMAIER ALTA WOODWORTH PAULINE ZOLLER Page 490 $ 8!fe e GOULD MITCHELL M. EVANS K. EVANS JONES FOLLETTE CRAWFORD PRATT MAPEL MID WORTH FELLOWS GRIFFITH HOERNER OHLSON JOHNSON PEARCE DARBYSHIRE FOLLMER WACHLIN SHIFF HARTER BECK WEBSTER WINTON VANDAWARKER NORTHRUP RAMSEY FRESHMEN GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB OFFICERS GEORGIA MAE VANDAWARKER . JANE ELIZABETH WEBSTER DOROTHY BECK BERNADINE WINTON Miss EUNICE NORTHRUP FRANCIS ATWATER DOROTHY BECK MARGARET BUSH ELIZABETH CRAWFORD PAULINE DARBYSHIRE KATHRYN EVANS MARY EVANS HELEN FELLOWS VIRGINIA FOLLETTE MARJORIE FOLLMER JENNIE Fox HELEN GOULD DOROTHY GRIFFITH HELEN HARTER ELIZABETH HILL ESTHER HOERNER JEANETTE JOHNSON SARAH JONES DOROTHY MAPEL BETTY MIDWORTH RUTH MITCHELL HELEN NEWTON EUNICE NORTHRUP MARGARET OHLSON ELFRIDA PETERSON KATHRYN PETERSON . President Fice-President Secretary Treasurer Director FLORA DOROTHY PEARCE HELEN PRATT KATHRYN PURCELL RACHEL RAMSEY MINOLA SEIBIL FANNIE SHIFF VIRGINIA TROWBRIDGE GEORGIA VANDAWARKER VELMA WACHLIN ORMA WEBER JANE WEBSTER BERNADINE WINTON X Page 491 $ 3fc ROTH HROCKETT MlLLARD CARDEW WEBB CHAMPAGNE ROOT STOBKR WHITCHURCH RANDALL FERRIS BROAD MERTZ KlMBRELL SWANSON WEBSTER MACNlTT WAGNER WASS OWENS BROOKS MICHIGAN DAMES OFFICERS ETHEL M. WHITCHURCH BEATRYCE W. HAMILTON EDITH C. MERTZ . ZORA H. WEBB COMMITTEES LILLIAN M. BERNICE A. MILLARD ZORA A. RANDALL . LILLIAN E. SWANSON . President V ice-President Treasurer Secretary Chairman Publicity Chairman Pins Chairman Programs Chairman Entertainment x. LAURA BERGE EDITH M. BROAD RUTH BROCKETT LUCILLE T. BROOKS HELEN H. CARDEW LINNIE A. CHAMPAGNE CHARLOTTA W. COOPER JOYCE E. DAVIS SUSIE E. FAIR JESSIE R. FERRIS MEMBERS BEATRYCE HAMILTON RENA KIMBRELL LILLIAN M. MACNITT EDITH MERTZ BERNICE A. MILLARD ALFREDA M. OWENS MAE W. RAMSEY ZORA A. RANDALL LORRAINE M. REYNOLDS MARY G. ROOT FERN L. ROTH ETHEL M. WHITCHURCH PAULINE ROUSSIN JESSIE STUBER LILLIAN SWANSON LUCILLE K. VARNUM HAZEL A. WAGNER FRIEDA A. WASS ZORA H. W T EBB ESTER D. WEBSTER Page 4Q2 gr- SHAY KAUFMAN WOODARD GRAHAM OLE PICK A SWITZENBERG STRATTON SIMMONS SYMPHONIC LEAGUE BOARD LUCILE GRAHAM SUSIE STRATTON GRACE KAUFMAN . DOROTHY SIMMONS FRANCES SWITZENBERG CAROLINE SLEPICKA . EDITH MARY WOODARD DOROTHY SHAY President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer Social Chairman Social Service Chairman Publicity Chairman . Membership Chairman Page 493 +3fc WOOLFITT MITCHELL PATOX IDDINOS PETTIBONE PRESSLER CROSBY TKOMBLEY DAVIS STAIR SHERMAN KAPPA PHI National Organization for Methodist University Women PATRONESSES BECKER MRS. A. VV. STALKER MRS. C. W. GILL MRS. H. B. EARHART OFFICERS KATHLEEN DAVIS . ESTHER BELCHER . ELIZABETH COSSITT IONA IDDINGS FERN CROSBY Miss MARGARET STAIR RUTH CARSON LUCILE A. ALDERTON SADIE L. ALDERTON AUGUSTA F. AVERY ANNA LAURA BAIRD NELLIE C. BECKER ESTHER L. BELCHER LEONA M. BRANDT MARY-LOUISE BROWN MAUDE C. CARLSON JOSEPHINE H. CAVENDER LEONE C. COLLON ANNA M. COOKE ELIZABETH J. COSSITT Lois G. COSSITT IRENE E. CRAMTON FERN I. CROSBY FLORENCE L. CROSS JEAN L. CURRIE GRACE L. DARLING KATHLEEN N. DAVIS SARITA I. DAVIS MURIEL E. DsLiNE MILDRED DRESCHER ORIOL M. ENDELMAN HELEN M. SEWTRELL ALICE C. FORTIER ALUMNAE IN CITY LUCILLE CORNELL PRISCILLA A. REICHERT MEMBERS MARQUITA GILLET LEONA HALE ELLA M. HANAWALT KATHARINE E. HARVEY JEWEL L. HERTZLER ELIZABETH M. HILL HELEN L. HINTERMAN DOROTHY HOLLIDAY ELVINA A. HOOGERHYDE IONA P. IDDINGS HELEN L. JOHNSON GRACE J. KRATZ JOY LASCH ELIZABETH M. LUCAS RUTH E. MAGEE MARION J. MARSHALL CLARA I. MARTI ELIZA BETH F. MARTIN MARY JANE McLEESE ESTHER L. MIDDLEWOOD MIRIAM C. MITCHELL MARJORIE MUSSLY LOUISE M. NIEMANN SARAH E. NIXON OLGA OLIVER MARY K. ORR BARBARA L. PATON MRS. A. H. Goss MRS. E. H. KRAUS . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Corresponding Secretary Sponsor INEZ McCoRMicK BLANCHE L. PETERS LETTA A. PETERS FRANCES M. PETTIBONE CHARLOTTE POWELL MARY-LOUISE PRESSLER FRANCES M. RITTER JOSEPHINE H. Ross NORMA C. SHERMAN JOSEPHINE SHOEBRIDGE FLORENCE SHOEBRIDGE DOROTHY SIGLER MARGARET STAIR MARJORY A. TODD DOROTHY E. TREBILCOCK LAURA L. TROMBLEY RUTH R. VAN GILDER MURIEL B. VOLZ VELMA WACHLIN BERNICE M. WAGNER LOUISE J. WALBORN RUTH E. WELLER GRACE L. WESTON TROPHINA J. WILLS MARY E. WINTERS MARY F. WOOLFITT MARJORY L. WOOLETT c , x - =s = rcs ATHLETICS (Women) ?- $fc ! PROPOSED WOMEN ' S FIELD HOUSE WOMEN ' S PH YSI C AIT E DUG ATI OX STAFF DR. MARGARET BELL MRS. LOUISE VAN SICKLE Miss ETHEL McCoRMicK Miss LAURIE CAMPBELL . Miss JAXET GUMMING Miss RUTH FIGGE . Miss ANNIS HALL . Miss PAULINE HODGSON Professor of Physical Education Assistant Professor of Physical Education Assistant Professor of Physical Education Instructor in Physical Education Instructor in Physical Education Instructor in Physical Education . Instructor in Physical Education . Instructor in Physical Education DR. BELL CAMPBELL HODGSON McCoRMirK FIGGE GUMMING Page 496 $+ t % s cajgafg gsa g FIELD VAN TUYL KAHN MILLER RUTHERFORD APPELT NIXON ALLSHOUSE DUNNE WIND McNALLY UNSWORTH BONINE HART WIG STUROS OGBORN SE ARIGHT SMITHERS WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOARD MRS. LOUISE VAN SICKLE SARAH BONINE HELEN SEARIGHT IRENE FIELD ALICE FELSKE AILEEN MILLER EVELYN OGBORN HELEN RUTHERFORD . MARIAN VAN TUYL LOUISE BRIGGS JESSICA NIXON ELIZABETH SMITHERS STELLA STUROS LYDIA KAHN GLADYS APPELT MARIE HARTWIG Faculty Advisor Point Recorder Hockey Manager Basketball Manager Baseball Manager Swimming Manager Track Manager Fencing and Archery Manager Dancing Manager Tennis Manager Tea Room Manager Hiking Manager Rifle Manager Publicity Manager Intramural Manager Riding Manager MARGARET McNALLY President FRANCES DUNNEWIND Vice- President MARY ALLSHOUSE Secretary ARLENE UNSWORTH Treasurer 2? Pag ' 49? x c - c fe BETSY HARBOUR HOCKEY TEAM WOOTON SMITHEHS CODY KAHN WRIGHT HAZARD SWARTOUT HARDY GRABOWSKY MILLER BLOOM HOCKEY This year the cup awarded to the victorious team was won by Betsy Barbour House for the third successive year, thereby giving them permanent possession of it. INTRAMURAL BOARD GLADYS APPELT . ... MARION READING AUDREY WRIGHT LOUISE COOLEY Miss RUTH FIGGE, Miss PAULINE HODGSON Intramural Manager Sorority Representative Dormitory Representative Zone Representative Faculty Advisors MILDRED HARDY Captain CHAMPIONSHIP Cup Page 408 j! r- fe - GULICK DRIEFUS SENIOR TEAM CLASS HOCKEY CHAMPIONS SEARIGHT VERDIER KAHN DOSTER MC-NALLY DUNNEWIND FIELD WALSH STUROS ALLSH.OUSE INTERCLASS ' HOCKEY For the fourth successive year the class of ' 27 won the Interclass Hockey Championship. The tournament consisted of a play off of three games between each class, the Senior ' s supremacy being threatened seriously only by the Juniors, who finished the season in the runner-up position. INTERCLASS TOURNAMENT HELEN SEARIGHT Manager 3. Page 499 $ - f$!fc IRENE FIELD Manager X g McNALLY The Kappa Delta team won the Intramural Basketball Cham- pionship. The Juniors were victorious in the class tournament. BASKETBALL BOARD IRENE FIELD Miss ANNIS HALL Miss LAURIE CAMPBELL Miss RUTH FIGGE Miss PAULINE HODGSON Basketball Manager Class Coach Class Coach Intramural Coach Intramural Coach Senior Representatives ETURIA DOSTER, Major AILEEN MILLER, Academic Junior Representatives MARTHA ROBINSON, Major Lois PORTER, Academic Sophomore Representatives ROSE STRASSER, Major ELIZABETH SMITHERS, Acad. Freshman Representatives MARJORIE MUFFLE, Major MARGARET OHLSON, Acad. KAPPA DELTA TEAM INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONS RUSSELL SMEAD DAVIDSON OOBORN APPELT Page 500 % r ffiP 7 $f RIFLE A rifle team of ten girls has entered seven matches with other colleges this year. Another team of five , s was entered in the Big Ten Conference. OUTDOOR GOLF A. STELLA Sruiios Manager MRS. STUART HANLEY Golf Instructor Page SO $j2-1 % + e $ 4 ATHLETICS AT THE PRESENT TIME ii - ' - Q - C fefe g AND WHEN MOTHER WAS A GIRL rs B rtrf w - $03 - ; sf SPORTS OF TODAY St. Page 504 SPORTS OF YESTERDAY } Page 5 5 ? $ Z : Sfi g LANTERN NIGHT The tradition of the seniors giving lanterns to the Juniors, and they in turn giving hoops to the Sophomores symbolizes the passing of the college year and once more another class leaves their Alma Mater. c Page $06 - C $ffc McNALLY FOSTER MARSTON " M ' GIRLS " M " ' s are awarded to girls who earn 1000 points by participa- tion in various kinds of athletics. This is the highest honor that can be awarded to women in athletics, and only a few gain this distinction. GERTRUDE BENHAM Fencing Champion VIRGINIA LOSSEE Swimming Champion MARGARET BERZ Tennis Runner-up Page 507 $ 3fc+ . Page 508 Q ffi Engineering Laboratory 1886 A RIOTOUS YEAR Tear gas, Debate, Buggies, Football, Tear Gas, Clippy, B. and G. Boys, League Fund, Tear Gas, Clippy, Stadium, Tear Gas, Queen Marie, and Tear Gas are Features of 1926-27 By TIMOTHY HAY (Editor of " Toasted Rolls " ) NOTE: The Michiganensian tried to write a serious history of the events at the University during the past year, and couldn ' t find any- thing worth reporting, so they roped us in to tell it, as it is more in our line anyway. Riots and rumors of riots were ever-prom- inent on the campus this year. The police bought some tear gas at a fire-sale early in the Fall and had enough to last all year. It was the first time in history that the city ever gave the students anything. Ann Arbor is the city " Where Commerce and Education Meet, " and Commerce won out every time they met this year. The only way to solve the problem is to do away with either Com- merce or Education, but since the " College boys " don ' t come under either head it doesn ' t look as if much could be done. All the magazine articles on " What to Bring to College " now mention gas masks. It is going to be made a pre-requisite one of these days. The senior literary class almost decided to spend their memorial fund in buying stronger tear-gas for students, but it was pointed out that the police could buy armored cars and cannon to disperse ye rebels. Although riots occupied a good deal of the time of the st udent body, the Hobbs-Reed- Eddy debate also drew a big crowd, and was voted the best entertainment since Will Rogers appeared there earlier in the year. This " Three Ring Circus " had for its central theme the question as to whether or not the present defense system ought to be kept. The only one who talked about that was the chairman. The year started off with a little more red tape than usual and quite a little more tuition for men. The extra money went to pay for dishes broken by careless waiters at the Union. Freshmen were assigned to faculty advisors, who pointed out all the hard courses and told them they couldn ' t get any more out of college than they put into it. Automobiles were banned to freshmen and also to upperclassmen who were ineligible for campus activities, this being considered one of the most popular. " Rolls " began to advocate the adoption of buggies as a substitute, pointing out that you don ' t have to steer a horse, and that he can outwit any auto driver in a traffic jam. " Rolls " predicted that buggies would be popular. They weren ' t. In his opening address of the year, President Little said he wanted to make this a happy university. But he forgot to dismiss classes. Whether it was his fault or not, we did have a very happy year, with the riots, the Big Debate, championship football and basketball teams, Queen Marie and all the rest. College really opened Oct. 3, when Oklahoma sent a bunch of cow-boys down here to give the Varsity a little practice. The weather was fine for the world series. The only important thing that happened at this game was that students were given fifty-yard line seats. The Orange was crushed 42-3. Later on in the year Oklahoma sent a real cow-boy to visit us Will Rogers. Next on the intellectual side of college was the M. S. C. game. There were three bands present. The one that looked like the Boy Scouts was the State crew, while the organiza- tion that appeared to be the original fife and drum corps of the Grand Old Army of the Republic was actually the famous Marine Band. The Varsity band outplayed the two of them together, 55-3. The three points for both of these games was simply given our opponents in order that history might know that they were actually on the field. A slight interruption of this collegiate atmosphere came when somebody found out there were co-eds at the institution. So he wrote to " Campus Opinion " haven of those with ideas not quite bright enough to rate a mass meeting or debate in Hill auditorium and then the person that happened to read the Daily that day wrote back, and somebody else heard about it, and so it started. For a couple weeks that question and plenty of others were dragged over the coals, with the result that the natural outcome happened nothing. The University refused to send either the women or the men home. We still maintain that co-instruction, not co-education, is the cause of all the trouble whatever it is. (Continued) Page 509 - r 3 c Sffe ! To this year ' s graduates and then later alumni, we extend our heartiest greet- ings for success. You are always invited to partake of the hospitality and courtesy of our shop when you return. Always Reliable . for QUALITY AND SERVICE UTTLES LUNCH 338 Maynard St. TO THE MEMBERS OF THE ., CLASS OF 1927, Many of whom we have served, i . ' " ' ?- " ? WE EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR THEIR FUTURE ENDEAVOR THE TROJAN LAUNDRY Phone 9115 514 E. William " I ' ll ne ' er forget my college days Those dear old rainy college days. " " .%.. ' Minnesota brought 40 football players and a rainstorm to Ann Arbor on the 16th. The rainstorm conquered the customers but the players didn ' t do much to our Varsity. Once or twice we caught a glimpse through the umbrellas in the East stands, of the Gophers digging their way through the Michigan line, but they always ran up against something ' near the goal posts that sent them back like a police tear-gas attack. Students didn ' t cheer when signs bearing the words, " Stadium Bonds Mean Good Seats for Ten Years " were carried around the field between halves. Minnesota went home to get revenge for the 20-0 score. The " O " represents the revenge they got later in the year. About this time " Rolls " began to collect its Stadium Bond Fund, which was to provide the $500 to buy one bond, the tickets to go to two representative students elected by the campus at large to sit among the seats of the alumni in the south stands. After weeks of intensive campaigning on the part of contrib- utors to the column, the drive closed with the fund $498.86 short of the goal. The Athletic Association found itself with 650 tickets for the Illinois game on its hands a week before the event, and as it looked like rain, they decided to let the students have them. Giving them out, " not more than two to a person, " the Athletic Association ran out of the valuable pasteboards before more than about 200 students had passed the window. In order to advertise the fact that there was going to be a football game, the Student council held a pep meeting in Hill auditorium the night before the Illinois fracas. After listening to so many speeches, the students decided to do a little celebrating in honor of the awakening of the long-sleeping council, and staged a, theater " rush " . The Police, however were celebrating the arrival of a car-load of tear gas when the students arrived at the theaters. Everyone thought the even- ing ' s entertainment ended when somebody threw a brick through the police headquarters ' window, but the excitement continued next morning when the Detroit papers arrived with their graphic accounts of everything but what happened. (Continued) Page 5 0 r- $n DETROIT ' S LARGEST CLOTHIERS The Source of Good Clothes THREE STORES IN DETROIT AND PONTIAC Pagf j J A t r e+ g Pure Drugs Eastman Kodaks Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co. Three Dependable Stores 324 South State Street Corner South State and Packard Corner South University and East University Avenues We have served Michigan and her students for thirty-nine years Whitman ' s Candy Delicious Sodas When Homeward Bound Remember-- Missouri Pacific Lines provide fast, superior service from St. Louis, Kansas City and Omaha to Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, California, Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana and Tennessee, (Memphis). Secure tickets and reservations from L. M. White Gen. Agt. Pass. Frgt. Dept. MISSOURI PACIFIC LINES 6-143 Gen. Motors Bids.. Detroit, Mich. Northway 5izj 5114) A Service Institution " A See Trip " Join the Varsity and See the World " was the new slogan of the Michigan team when it took its trip to Baltimore for the Navy game. Even President Coolidge was given the honor of meeting the boys, although some of them weren ' t sure whether it was Cal or not, as they only saw a hand -wing out at them and thrjw each man aside so as to hurry on to the next one. Admiral Ixzo, president of the local chapter of Horse Marines, also went to Washington on his way to the game. Coolidge came over to the War Department to meet the Admiral. We have tried hard to forget that score, but it still sticks as 10-0, favor of the boys from the bounding main. The Union finally arranged some amendments to the con- stitution which would provide for returning money to all mem- bers or at least giving them life memberships. It was only by multiplying instead of adding that they managed to count a quorum present. Money means nothing to a student. 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Detroit ' s largest " Jot ingFoundry Look for our trade-mark on every casting Page 513 E University of Michigan Hospital is one cf many institutions of its kind throughout the country that are Haughton equipped. Smooth, quiet o peration and absolute dependability are the reasons why Haughton Elevators stand supreme for hospital service. HAUGHTON ELEVATORS Made in Toledo Darling C , Malleaux Gift Shop We carry a large assortment of GIFTS, INCLUDING PICTURES, MICHIGAN BANNERS, SHIELDS AND PILLOWS. Mail Orders Promptly Filled s, 224 S. State Phone 7882 Queen Marie almost came to town. It was such a narrow escape that the battle had already been fought as to whether she could enter the front door of the Union or not. The Union entrance was saved, so no international difficulties followed. Minnesota invited the Wolverines up to its ice-bergs and snow storms and appeared to have won the day, until Oosterbaan skated 60 yards for a touchdown in the last few minutes of play. When the team came home several students were rather excited, since we had tied for the Conference championship. After a parade up State street, and after a raid on the Congre- gational church was narrowly averted (the movie showing there wasn ' t any good), the crowd decided to act like college students. But the police were at the theaters with the gas shells, and a riot somehow got started. It ended when a student got banged over the head and sent to the hospital. About this time President Little began to advocate home-and-home simultaneous foot- ball games, the idea being to have two Varsity teams one playing, for example, at Illinois while the other played at Ann Arbor. 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O Pag ' 515 ft r S CSa - gSf s The Student Christian Association Aims to help students in recognizing the true place of religion in life; to help them face honestly the real issues of the modern world ; and counsel with them in developing a worthy sense of values. From Lane Hall which it owns and maintains as a club house and center for religious work, it seeks to touch vitally the life of the Campus. It achieves insofar as students them- selves catch the spirit of the idea and reach out toward the ideal. Economy Movement Since the item of expense entered in, " Rolls " tried to get everybody to see that instead of sending teams to each other ' s towns, we could exchange uniforms with our opponents. Then one of our Varsity teams could dress up in the Illini suits and we could stage a game without any travelling expenses, except the parcel post charges on the uniforms. Shy and Undemonstrative One morning the campus awoke to learn that Clippy had strayed from the home of President Little. Now, Clippy was a shy and undemonstrative Scottish terrier who had always been very studious and home-loving. In fact, Clippy was the ideal college student never went to the theaters, never smoked, and was never known to bolt a class until one day she disappeared. President Little saw that if Clippy ' s example were followed by others on the campus, all his pet ideas on improving college students would be a failure, so he decided to get her back as soon as possible. The " UPPER ROOM " also is in LANE HALL It is not an organization, but is a most vital Institution, a Fellowship, a Spirit, an Influence, an Inspiration. Nearly forty years old. Total mem- bership more than Eight Thousand scattered over the whole earth. Almost all Races, Nationalities, and Religious Faiths represented. Its classes in Bible Study and Re- ligious Education are unique. The " Fel- lows " call them " different " . They like them and are loyal to them. These classes are freely open to all the Men of the University. The " Upper Room Bul- letin " a sixteen page weekly publica- tion is furnished, without charge, to all " Upper Room " Men. Therefore, he had a notice published in the Daily (adv.) He offered a reward of $25 for the recovery of Clippy, and " Rolls " added another 10,000,000 German marks. With that in mind the whole student body got up early the next morning to go to eight o ' clocks. After a hunt of several days, in which all the stray dogs on the campus and that means a good many were taken to the White House, Clippy returned home of her own accord. And President Little spent the $25 in buying her a swell chicken dinner. A few months after the football season was over, the Student council decided something was wrong with the ticket-distribution system so they started an investigation. Six months later the results were announced. The com- mittee reported there was something wrong with the ticket-distribution system. They demanded action. We never thought they knew there was such a word in the dictionary. Students will know whether or not they got action when they sit in the curves of the new stadium next year. (Continued) PC Page 516 e r - C SfT You Get Real Comfort With Chamberlin Weather Strips Silent acting, automatic, ingeniously hidden in the bottom of the door, Cham- berlin In-Dor-Seals do not interfere with rugs, mats, runners or carpets. A thick but soft piece of felt does the work. Felt is lowered an instant before door is closed. Felt is raised an instant after door opens. If you rent a house, try to rent one that is equipped with Chamberlin Weather Strips. If you buy or build, insist upon complete Chamberlin equipment. Enjoy also the comfort Chamberlin In- Dor-Seals provide. Consider, for exam- ple, their value in bed-room doors. 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Page 5 i8 EXCEPTIONAL FRAMING " Back Page Stuff " In December the Union Opera rated front page stuff in the Daily daily, and in metro- politan newspapers several times, but now it ' s away back here in the advertising. Not that it doesn ' t belong in a humor section, but it does seem rather a come-down for the Opera, which packed the barn down on Main street several nights last winter. Just like Ann Arbor ' s weather, in a Union Opera you never know what ' s coming next. They started off with a professor, changed him into a society man, and a hen-pecked husband, and then he reverted to his former state of ignominy. In between they had everything from a golf number to a snowman scene. The latter snowed-under the best storm Old Man Boreas sent Ann Arbor in years. Chimes Silenced Nothing important used to happen every Thursday. Chimes would come out. For three months this weekly sheet appeared with " Pertinent Events in Retrospect " and, in- cidently, other articles. But the Board in Control of Publications decided that it was rather expensive business to wake up the campus every week when nobody wanted to help pay for the guy that rang the bells. So they hocked the chimes, and trusted to Big Ben to ring out the merry tidings. (Continued) r- fefe- First in Michigan Newcomb-Endicott Company, for more than half a century, has been one of the leading mercantile institutions of the whole country. Standing as an efficient organization of ser- vice, dependability, and integrity, it will always remain an institution worthy of popular focus and reliance. It holds a most remarkable record in its leadership in Michigan: First Department Store in Michigan. First to Establish Itself in the Great Retail District of Today. First to Inaugurate Motorized Delivery Service. First to Open an Economy Basement Store. First Departcr ent Store in Michigan to Install the Dial Tele- phone Systeir. First to Close All Day Saturdays During July and August. 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It will pay you to investigate this matter Our record in many years of business in Plumbing and Heating Work sells our service and supplies Page 522 A Tearful Tale Professor Hyma, of the History department, got his name in the papers because he was trying to sell a carload of onions, raised on his father ' s farm. Attempts to buy them to use in battles with the police failed when he actually sold them on the onion market. His Honor the Mayor Will Rogers rambled into town and held a pep meeting over in Hill Auditorium one evening. He told all about his recent trip through Europe, when he met a " regular guy " named Mussolini, went shooting in Scotland, attended a six-day cricket game, and failed to find room in the English Channel for his wife to swim across. He promised to issue an edict upon his return to Beverly, Cal., ordering the police there to never use tear gas against students. Somebody ought to nominate him for mayor of Ann Arbor. The campus had just begun to stop laugh- ing at Will when the Ann Arbor fire depart- ment arrived on the campus one morning. Racing down the diagonal without regard for students or freshmen, the trucks drew up in front of the Natural Science building, where some of the Forestry department boys had been experimenting with creosote. The ex- periment was a failure. The firemen saved the building. (Continued) - $f3 X More than a million faces reflect the gratification of Buick ownership the exhilaration of Buick performance WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM s 3 ? Jefferson Clinic antr 2Btagnositic Organized 1911 2201 Jefferson Avenue East, Detroit, Mich. A Set of False Teeth When the State Street end of the diagonal was bent, and a fancy pavement put around the fountain of rust, the campus grinned and thought the engineers had objected to the use of the term " diagonal " for a line that wandered off its path when it met the Law building. But when, one cold wintery day, with the snow a foot deep on the ground, a squad of B. and G. boys began to erect two long white California redwood benches, semi-circular in shape, at each side of the little Pedestrian Entrance to the Diagonal park then the students and faculty laughed out loud. Some suggested that perhaps the freshman landscape design class had flunked an experiment. At any rate the ice was hacked off the walk, and the benches which a faculty man later compared to a set of false teeth were placed where the world and its neighbors might look and laugh. All this funny carpenter work represented the efforts of the landscape de- signers who are " beautifying " the campus. The ampitheater had to have a name, so an election was held, and after a heated battle, " Clippy Stadium " was selected. It has been the scene of the biggest sporting events of the year, the two best riots being conducted on the grounds, and the surrounding park. And it also provided a fine open-air " hall " where campus politicians held sway in the weeks preceding the spring elections. Presidents and coaches from the Big Ten universities met to discuss football. The first thing the chairman did was to cross schedules off the list of what they had to decide. The coaches had jumped the gun, and arranged the games for the next four years. Northwestern can rest in peace for that period at least. That Junior Party Medieval England returned for one evening in the two gyms, when the J-Hop held the center of the stage between the semesters. The setting was supposed to represent the good old days when men were knights and ladies were not co-eds. There were great banners hung from the rafters, paintings at the ends of the gyms, a few suits of armor parked around the edges, and in between, a mass of colors and Tuxedos which wouldn ' t have been able to swirl quite so rapidly if the ancient style of garments had been worn. 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The next thing will be educational movies that will give you your history reading, etc, while you are dancing at the Union or Grangers. Think what a saving this would be. We could go every night, then, and still keep eligible. One J-Hopper remarked afterwards that the movie was the only thing that saved him from feeling that he had entirely wasted his $50. The Poverty course in Sociology was extra popular the second semester. A Real Fire On the night we got all set to learn one of our courses the fire whistle blew. It was the west wing of the old University hospital. The whole structure was doomed right from the first, and it was the best fire we have seen for years. All the patients and equipment were moved out safely, and then the stage was left to the firemen. With a gallery of thousands of people the local department put on a very creditable performance, once they got to the location of the blaze. There had been some mistake about which building was burning, and the telephone message misled the boys, but they got there finally. From then on it was simply a question of running from one window to the next shooting the hose inside. There wasn ' t enough pressure to break the windows, so stones were used. The audience was kept busy jumping over streams of water and dodging the hose when it broke. Also they helped boost a fire engine out of the mud. But we had the most fun afterwards, when the Daily got out an extra, carrying the full story of the fire. We always had an idea that it would seem too foolish to yell " extras " , but we discovered that it is great stuff. Es- pecially when it is late at night and you have the high and mighty motive of waking up the town. It didn ' t take more than two hours to get the paper on the streets, and when it is considered that the Daily wasn ' t publishing because of the exams, it is seen as a real achievement. 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Page 52? - s ffe -- Piotograplis Randall-Maedel Studios Established in Ann Arbor more than fifty years ago " 8 orb to tje Wi t i Sufficient " 121 E. Washington Street Phone 7314 YOU ' VE TRIED THE REST Now TRY THE BEST A Real Fire (Continued) Probably the most fun came when we sold papers to the people coming out of the Maj. second show. Several people swore off going to shows after that, in order that they wouldn ' t miss a big fire again. After everything was over, the " Alumnus " came out with its version of the fire. We thought they must have been talking about some other fire entirely, and they might have been at that. They didn ' t have the name of the building right. We hope the editors of that sheet never have to call up the fire en- gines to tell them where the blaze is. The Biggest Blow on Earth When it was announced that Sherwood Eddy was coming to town to talk, Professor Hobbs saw yellow, or at least " a strip of yellow bunt- ing hanging on the wall " . Also the Army and Navy club got out their bayonets and got to work. After a week of agitation, it was de- cided that some professor would be present to explain to the students that Eddy was merely presenting one side of the question, and that they shouldn ' t jump at conclusions. Which means that hereafter when a lecture is scheduled on " The Beauties of Ancient Greek Haberdashery " there will have to be someone there to present the Roman viewpoint. (Continued) " MICHIGAN " MADE ' WAY back in 1873, the Michigan Electrotype Stereotype Company came into being the first Electrotype Foundry in Michigan. And now, in the 54th year of our business life, it is gratifying to know that " MICHIGAN " MADE means more to the buyer of Electrotypes, Stereotypes and Newspaper Mats than ever before in quality, dependable delivery and complete satisfaction. 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The meeting, rather than developing any fist fights, or even any great clashes of oratory, really was an expression of complete agree- ment. The only time the speakers disagreed was when they got off the subject. Not that they didn ' t get off the subject a lot but they always managed to agree on the fact that the present system of national defense but we couldn ' t figure out what the subject was from the speeches. (Continued) Page 530 3!!t DISTINGUISHED H U PM GDI LE EIGHT MATCHING EVEN EUROPE ' S FINE PERFECTION! OF THE STRAIGHT EIGHT. IN- EFFABLY SMOOTH AT EVERY PACE ; EXQUISITELY EASY TO HANDLE. HERE AT LAST THEWORDIUXURY ' MEANS MORE THAN IT HAS EVER MEANT BEFORE BEAUTY. 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The Board of Regents are always watchful of the best interests of the University and especially of the finances, so it wasn ' t surpris- ing that on the same night that they voted to allow Eddy to appear in Hill Auditorium, they voted wind insurance on University buildings. It was money well invested, but they should have gone further and insured the members of the audience against hysteria. But it was a good holiday entertainment, even if the only ones who left the auditorium with any new ideas on the subject were the debaters themselves. Selling Swimming It suddenly occurred to the Union that they might advertise. Since that great day they have been advertising everything but the scenery to be viewed from the tower. (Continued) X- sJ21e Sf :j s MICHIGAN MEMORIES Otate Street and Washtenaw Avenue with flags up and bunting out Ferry Field and seething stands Cheers and cheers " Yea, team! ' Ray, Friedman! Yea, Oosterbaan ! ' Ray Team ! 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As soon as Lake Tillotson be- came recognized as a fine outdoor pool, the Union found the competition cutting down on the profits if they ever have any around that building and so they made drastic claims such as: " The Best Rejuvenator on the Campus; " " They at Coral Gables, You at the Union Pool; " and " The Catalina Channel of the Campus. " The latter advertisement is false in that there were 101 swimmers in that Channel swim, whereas there aren ' t that many in the Union pool in a week, even if you count the boys who stand around playing some species of water polo, the object of which is to bat as many real swimmers as possible over the head. The dances were next on the publicity pro- gram. The trouble with this advertising was that it succeeded, so that you couldn ' t find room on the floor to dance and when you went to sit down there weren ' t any chairs vacant. We saw two couples give up the fight and decide to play bridge one night. But the best they could do was to obtain two chairs. So the men had to stand up during a couple hands. We can ' t imagine anything worse than that unless it is trying to dance in one of these week-end crowds. In fact this advertising policy of the Union went so far as to include running notices in- forming members that they ought to come out and vote themselves some money, through the amendments providing for return of life-mem- bership payments, etc. It just goes to show what a rotten state of affairs exists here when you have to advertise the fact that you are trying to give away money, and then have no one show up to take advantage of the offer. Another advertising scheme brought forth by the Union this year was the Ten Mile Swim. Every man who covered the full ten miles got his name engraved on the bottom of the pool or on some cup or other. But the catch was that you couldn ' t swim more than a certain number of laps per day, at ten cents per, by the way. There wasn ' t even a cut rate when you took your swimming in ten mile lots. The same ought to have been applied to the tap room, where they could paint your name on the water cooler if you drank say 1,000 malted milks during a one month period. There wouldn ' t have to be any limit to the number you could take in one sitting since the money would come in just the same. (Continued) 2 ? -- S fc- g$%a RITTER UNIT the mark of the modern office To THE new practitioner Ritter equipment offers particular promise. It assists him in attain- ing the high standard of service which his training makes possible and his ambition demands. Then too, patients prefer the up-to-dateness and efficiency of Ritter-equipped offices. What a help then, to start one ' s career with these advantages. START RIGHT --WITH RITTER RITTER AIR COMPRESSOR RITTER TRI - DENT THE LARGEST FACTORY in the world devoted exclusively to the manufacture of dental equipment Pagt 539 x S E. S. 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They stood around the entrance urging each other to lead the way past the cop standing in the doorway, while the audience, which easily outnumbered the " rioters " by three to one, stood around on the walks, and in Clippy Stadium waiting for the fun to begin. (Continued) DETROIT IEWEL DA.NGES _ TffE YL R A K T T _B TTEft. MADE BY DETROIT STOVE WORKS JEWEL DIVISION DETROIT-MICHIGAN STOVE COMPANY page 540 Q 2$ The Works of A Giant Watch Would Scarcely Be More Precise than the worm gearing of a Timken rear axle It is precision engineering of a type not usual in industry that makes Timken Axles so strong, so efficient, so dependable and so silent regard- less of the miles that they have put behind them or the trials which they have underg; THE ft TIMKEN-DETROIT AXLE CO., DETROIT, MICH, S -? ca fs - g5 g THE HARVARD ' 27 A STUDY IX UTILITY COMBINED WITH GOOD TASTE A realization of forty years intensive study and research by the best engineering ability. THE HARVARD CO., CANTON, OHIO Manufacturing chairs, cabinets, labor- atory furniture, electric engines, com- plete dental units, fountain spitoons, brackets, tables, and other articles making a complete equipment line. Illustrated literature on request without obligation. More College Life (Continued) Believing that variety takes the cry out of a gas attack, the gang ran over to the Maj. Here they found four policeman standing in the lobby. That ' s where policemen usually stand in this town, anyway. Nothing except wise-cracks like, " Let ' s rush the Rae " , hap- pened for the next few minutes, until one of the officers opened the door long enough to shoot off his gun. Somebody in the crowd took this in other than the genial, friendly spirit it was meant, and started throwing eggs. One or two were landed inside the theater when the patrons obligingly left the doors ajar. The wanderlust hit the leaders again and they called for a rush to the Arc. From then on the corner of State and North U. resembled a battlefield of the comic opera sort, with police rushing here and there with their toy tear-gas shells and much pushing and shoving. Even the beautiful Clippy stadium was not spared in the battle, and it alternated as a grandstand and field hospital, besides being the scene of one or two small skirmishes. The Arc. was the one place in the neighbor- hood that didn ' t serve as a battlefield at some time in the evening. The crowd soon forgot that they came to rush a show, and concen- trated all their efforts in laughing and retreat- ing before the onward rush of the Law. (Continued) HAYDEN VAN ATTER c COMPANY INVESTMENT BONDS CHICAGO DETROIT GRAND RAPIDS - S9$$g it % g K % -- $f - THE MACCABEES THE MACCABEES Non-Sectarian Non-Political A service organization standing for protection of the home, Patriotism, and good citizenship. 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If it could only be advertised in advance and grand- stands erected along the edge of the campus, such a riot as that would draw big enough crowds to pay off the Union debt and put up a League building once a month. Why couldn ' t we make it a Varsity sport, and charge the alumni good money to watch it? As it was, most of those in it were alumni or graduate students, as the roll-call of those in- jured showed. We ought to have eligibility rules in this just as in any other campus ac- tivity. They ought to bar all graduates, and those who can ' t keep a high enough scholarship record so that if they are laid up in the hos- pital or jail for a few weeks it won ' t injure their scholarship. Then we could elect a cap- tain of the riot squad, and get a coach some- where. A little organization in these fights and the students could have a real celebration some night. (Continued) r I " he cover for JL this annual was created by The DAVID J. MOLLOY CO. 2857 N. 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Of course, they hadn ' t been able to sell more than a dozen tickets to the Freshman affair, but at that they might have made money off it. Well, Coach Yost got up and urged the students not to riot, and put it in that incom- parable way of his that would make a bull stop twice before rushing a red flag. There probably wouldn ' t have been much anyway, .since the theatres had locked their doors at the order of the mayor. (Continued) S. pg 546 r C Sr g s: - c Sf FLOORS FINISHED WITH LIQUID GRANITE ENDURE GENERATIONS OF SERVICE rom the Minuet fc J to the Charleston You can roll up the rugs and dance on floors finished with Liquid Granite, just as your great grandfather did before you. The exceptional durability of this fine, wear-resisting varnish is the same today as in those forgotten crinoline days when the Virginia reel was replacing the minuet. Liquid Granite outwears other varnishes because it is made for that purpose. It endures millions of steps. 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They formulated a long bunch of resolutions, which could be summed up in the following paragraph: " This is not a city; it is a college town, and don ' t kid yourself about that, you towns- people. The police don ' t like to engage in such affairs as that of the other evening, they get winded too easily. The theaters ought to give free shows once in a while, since they gouge the students the rest of the year. Police are re- quested to act like policemen. " Then no resolutions were published for al- most two whole days. The theater managers were next. They admitted that they had always been willing to give free shows, when- ever arrangements were made in advance, and furthermore they would be pleased to give a big theater party in Hill Auditorium every time Michigan won a major sport champion- ship. In this they were perfectly safe for the rest of the year at least, since baseball won ' t be settled probably before most of the students have left town for the summer. And the Student Council was selected as the body which would choose the film to be shown. They were offered their choice of the pictures in town at the time of the celebration. No mention was made as to how the Council was to be informed that a championship had been won, or who was going to make them hold a meeting to pick the movie. Probably they would end up by selecting one of these " Travels Through Sunny Iceland " pictures. When this resolution had been read and duly consigned to the waste basket, the students realized that they hadn ' t had their say yet. Not that any of these great documents had meant anything except so much lead in the Daily, but it was just the principle of the thing. If each of the other sides to this fight had their chance at the literary end of the battle, why shouldn ' t the students wax elo- quent and come out with some sort of Declara- tion of Independence? When neither the Student Council nor the S. C. 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DETROIT, MICHIGAN It Pays to Spend for the Best in the End Our Declaration of Independence Having carefully considered the resolutions issued from time to time by the other parties to the party of the 7th of March past, we, the students of the University of Michigan, feel that we owe it to the city and to the faculty that we present our stand in the matter. (1) Ann Arbor is a college town, in spite of the efforts of Commerce to drive us out by means of the high prices. (2) We don ' t object to tear gas; in fact, we rather enjoy it as a unique diversion. What we do object to is getting the shells shot into our faces. (3) If we are going to have a riot, let ' s have a good one, with some definite rules to govern both sides. (4) We wish the police wouldn ' t get sore when we throw eggs. Why not make this merely a little friendly contest? (5) We believe in upholding the dignity of the Law, when there is some. 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Hill Auditorium will probably burn down before we get that free show. (8) Finally, we demand that all classes be dismissed on the morning following a riot in order that more of the student body may par- ticipate. The policy of the Athletic Associa- tion is to get as many students as possible taking part in athletics. Here ' s a practical sport going to waste. The Ninetieth Birthday While there is a little doubt being expressed in some circles from time to time as to whether this University was ever founded or not, there has been a great deal of excitement lately about the exact date of opening. Some claim that 1817 was the correct date to celebrate, but the majority cling to the seal and its declaration of 1837 as the year in which this Champion of the West was born. At any rate, the alumni and the University chose March 18, 1927 as the ninetieth anniversary, and arranged to celebrate it with a radio program. 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As a special feature in honor of this im- portant birthday, the Daily came out with an Anniversary Special section, containing views of the old campus, as well as stories purporting to be histories of the University and of the various institutions. Since it comes out several times as often as the ' Ensian each year, the Daily was able to scoop the latter on this historical number. The fact of the matter, as the editors of this book explain very carefully, is that the Daily swiped all the historical pictures from them, or at least got them from the same photographer. The Daily ' s an- niversary section was a splendid copy of the ' Ensian ' s art work. But no harm was done for most of the campus thought it was only a revival of Chimes and discarded it without a glance, anyway. Alumni all over the country gathered for banquets, and perhaps to listen to the speeches broadcast from University Hall. It is entirely appropriate that an anniversary program should come from that place. We imagine many of the lectures of a half-century ago are still echoing there, and were sent out with the regular speeches. A few more speech- es on that program wouldn ' t have been noticed anyway. (Continued) 554 X - ;$ffe I FISHEK BODIES Thousands of people are convinced that, if they select their next car from among those which unmistakably lead their respective fields in beauty, in value and in sales, their choice will most certainly be equipped with Body by Fisher wS ft o T o FISHER " 9 s S C s - g 3 INVESTIGATE " The Zone of Kelvination " In the zone of temperature which lies between 40 and 50 degrees- known as the Zone of Kelvination bacterial development is reduced to a minimum. Foods will not deteriorate when placed in a Kelvinator equipped refrigerator where this range of temperature is constantly main- tained. In it steaks become tender and well flavored, with no suspicion of taint; milk will remain sweet for many days; lettuce and other fresh vegetables will stay crisp and tasty; no moisture exists. This " Zone of Kelvination " , automatically predetermined, is now rec- ognized as " perfect refrigeration " . You can get it by placing Kelvinator the oldest domestic electric refrigeration in the refrigerator you now use. Investigate and you will Kelvinate. Kelvi The Oldest Domestic Electric tor IVefrigeration Division of Electric Refrigeration Corporator! X A remodeled prescription and stock room makes possible better handling and caring for your needs than ever before. G. Claude Drake Drug and Prescription Store " The Quarry " Wholesale and Retail Surgical Supplies. Cor. So. State and N. University Ave. The Ninetieth Birthday (Continued) The eventful day passed with nothing out of the ordinary happening as far as we could see. An attempt to boycott classes on this occasion failed. But perhaps this is only another in- dication of the true spirit of Michigan. We have taken the high road to knowledge, and we keep steadfast to our course and our ideals. Sentiment! We have no use for it, we leave it to inconstant fools. For ourselves there is nothing but the search for truth, and our re- ward can only be a constant contact with the cold beauty of the intellect. Unlike the students of the past, we cannot be swayed from our purpose by the silly struc- tures of a social code. Our judgments are mature, we view traditions sanely, and leave the hysterical worship of sentimentalities to those little minds that can be satisfied by them. Athletics may amuse us, may provide a nec- essary stimulus to our emotions, but our real selves must live on higher planes in keeping with our ideal of the mind. This is the spirit of Michigan today. (Ha, ha, ha and so on for forty-eight pages.) The End Pagt 556 V - r r-? c $f Chi Phi Fraternity Architects for Chi Phi Fraternity House and Women ' s Athletic Building Fry and Kasurin Ann Arbor JEROME A. UTLEY CONTRACTING ENGINEER 729 Penobscot Building DETROIT , ft 3 i- r ffi - =3s=r 2 - s$es l esponsibility Paint service is rather an intangible thing to analyze. Therefore you must pin your faith on the manu- facturer whose product, reputation and experience dictate them as being worthy of your continued confidence. Degraco Paints are recognized and used on the large and important projects throughout this country because of their demonstrated value. Proven quality and proven service are your best guarantee for satisfaction. DEGRACO PAINTS JK All Colors mi for All JL Purposes Mode by Detroit Graphite Company u.s. List of Products Superior Graphite Paint A protective coating for metal surfaces. Degraco House Paints Pure linseed oil paints for build- ings of all kinds. Degraco-Tone A decorative interior flat wall finish. Degraco Varnishes and Enamels For all types of interior and ex- terior finishing. Degraco Brick and Concrete Paints For decorating and protecting brick and masonry sur faces. Degraco Concrete Floor Paints For interior concrete floors. Degracolin A clear transparent hardener for Degraco Porch and Deck Paints Forwood floors andexposed decks. Sta-White A long oil white enamel paint for industrial interiors. Cemtex, a Portland Cement Paint Especially recommended for prim- ing galvanized iron. Anti-Aq -a A damp-proof coating for use below grade. Browning King Co. CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS AND HATS FOR MEN BOYS 319 South Main Street We Nominate for Our Hall of Fame ANONYMOUS NOTE: A tendency toward self confidence is a desirable thing, but, like most qualities, it is dangerous when carried to an extreme. We have been afraid that the honor of being placed in a genuine hall of fame would be a little too much for some of our local prominents, and so we have been far-sighted in our methods. We have let the glory of their nomination suffice on one side; and, in order to make sure that it will have no inflating effect, we have made it a point to make our remarks as uncompliment- ary as the sterling qualities of the candidates allow. Our motives have been altruistic, so hoping that our words will be interpreted in that light, we nominate the following for our Hall of Fame. SMITH CADY Because he is the first managing editor who has been able to run the paper and still spend half his time in Chicago at the Daily ' s expense. In spite of the fact that he is an Alpha Sig. Because he is living proof that to be a great man does not necessarily entail being a big man. No, he is not our little brother on a visit, lady. (Continued) Page 558 O - ![ M ' The (Certainty That Only Established Reputation ( an Assure , Out of the fog of claims and counter claims, Cadillac prestige stands as a beacon-light pointing the way to luxury, distinction and the motor car value that brings abiding satisfaction. Triced from $2995 upward, f. o. b. ' Detroit. NEW 90 DEGREE CAD L DIVISION OF GENERAL MOTORS c CORPORATION Page 559 . $l %j - - SfS Sr- g -g Years o Service The selection of each new season ' s wardrobe here is a matter of course with the smart college woman. For she knows that here she may choose from fashions assembled through careful discrimination of what the well-dressed college woman will wear. Seventy years of service to fashionable women is evidence of our de- pendability. Kenneth Anderson Co. DISTRIBUTORS OF Homestead and Powell Valves Genuine Iron and Steel Pipe Jarecki Manufacturing Company ' s Valves and Fittings Packing, Hose, Rubber Goods and Engineers ' Supplies 121 TO 133 EAST ATWATER STREET DETROIT, MICH. Telephone Rand 5498 5499 We Nominate For Our Hall of Fame (Continued) BEN FRIEDMAN Because he is the initial end of the famous Benny to Benny pass that terrorized the Navy. Because Grantland Rice called him the greatest field general of the season. Be- cause he had an educated toe. In spite of the fact that he is from Cleveland. Because he is the only excuse for the existence of Sigma Alpha Mu. Yes, he is a Michigamua. BENNIE OOSTERBAAN Because, in spite of the handicap of coming from Muskegon, he has made himself and his university famous in this as well as every other state in the Union. Because he is an example of what the well dressed man will wear, as Hudson ' s see it. Because he is captain of the football team, a member of Sphinx, basketball star, baseball player of some repute, has (to date) five championship emblems to dangle on his vest. And above all because he could do this and still live at the Alpha Sig house. Pins, etc. made into bracelet. Page 560 O ? - Z %$2 r- C Sf Lyon Steel Storage Equipment used at THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN University Buildings are built for permanence. Nothing but the very best of material is used in construction and nothing but high grade equipment is used in the interior. The University of Michigan has installed great quantities of Lyon Steel Lockers, Com- mercial Shelving, Standard Shelving, Cabinets and Boxes because past experience has shown that Lyon Products are designed and built to last the life of the building itself. Look at Your Locker Key Take a look at your own locker key. The cha nces are that it will bear the Lyon Trade-mark. Lyon Steel Lockers follow everyone through business and pleasure. At grammar school high school, college, Y. M. C. A., factory, office and club they give continued service year after year to a steady stream of ever changing people, and with a minimum of upkeep. Lyon Metallic Manufacturing Company Aurora, Illinois Right: A Typical Locker Room Equipped with Lyon Steel Lockers Detroit District Office 1906 Penobscot Building, Detroit, Mich. X .ft : " " yffiie ss -$ - cg Sfs s S ANN-A FUEL Co. 214 E. Madison Street Coal phone 4271 Semet Solvay Coke Black Knight Smokeless Sun Pocahontas REG U S. PAT OFF TRAVEL EAST OR NORTH via The Ann Arbor Railroad Special trains for all Vacation and Holiday student travel. We thank you for past favors and respectfully solicit your patronage. H. A. MILLS Commercial Agent ANN ARBOR, MICH. We Nominate For Our Hall of Fame (Continued) PHIL NORTHRUP Because he has proven that one can be a dentist and still be a scholar, gentleman and athlete. (Two bits, please.) Phil is a Michi- gamua, but that is really nothing to hold against him. He was younger at that time. He is the only thing Sigma Nu ever had any- thing to blow about. Oh yes, he belongs to some dental outfit or other. RAY BAER Because he is, of course, a football player. His face would prove that. He plays some place on the line but was always carried out of the game before anyone could figure out just where. He used to lay down in front of the man opposite him and pray. The other chap would feel sorry for him and try not to hurt him. However, he lives at the Kappa Nu house so it really doesn ' t make much difference whether he lives or dies. FRANK GRAHAM Because he is a most efficient and capable Business Manager of the Michiganensian, a member of Michigamua, Phi Kappa Psi, and a representative from the Michigan inter-fra- ternity council to the national inter-fraternity (Continued) Page $62 a 3 -Cg fg Sr- j%g 53 Years of Leadership In advertising The Detroit News in the last 13 years has always been either first, second or third in America, proving its interest for house- holders of its territory and indicating the buying ability of this market. TT IS no accident that The Detroit News is the out- standing newspaper of the householders of Detroit and suburbs. Since its inception The News has been designed with the home as its focal point. News, features, and illustrations are used with that viewpoint in mind. The News has, therefore, always striven to be clean, vigorous and fair serving as the householder ' s guide in matters of personal welfare as well as in mat- ters of state. Information on the household arts as well as in the world of sports is authoritative and fresh. Men and women both find The Detroit News a daily stimulant to clear thinking and sound action. The Associated Press, the United Press and the joint Chicago Daily News and Detroit News Cable Service, as well as its own staff correspondents in Washington, New York, London and Paris, supply The News with unusually complete reports of international affairs. Since 1873, the year of its founding, The Detroit News has, therefore, led all other Detroit papers in circulation and as the newspaper of the home. The Detroit News The HOME Newspaper 350,000 SUNDAY CIRCULATION 320,000 WEEKDAY CIRCULATION Page 563 SL PC r- c Sf g X. ROOFING constitutes a very important item in the erec- tion of all modern types of buildings. THE SCHOOL OF EXPERIENCE Over eighteen years ' experience in the busi- ness of furnishing and applying roofing mate- rial, for all types used places the Wheelock- Prestler Company in a position to aid builders selecting proper material and competent work- men. Michigan University buildings are covered with high-grade material furnished and ap- plied by WHEELOCK-PRESTLER ROOFING CONST. CO. JACKSON and BATTLE CREEK Royal Mayonnaise another " Absolutely Pure " Product of the Royal Baking Powder Co, Your grocer carries it in Convenient Quart, Pint, and one-half Pint Jars DISTRIBUTORS The Horton-Cato Mfg. Co. Detroit, Michigan We Nominate For Our Hall of Fame (Continued) convention. In spite of the fact that he cannot see much beyond his nose (no mean distance), he is pointed out to freshmen and used in rush- ing as an example of what happens to Phi Psis who try. EDDIE CHAMBERS Because he proved that a handsome phiz is not necessary to winning a conference cham- pionship in Basketball. Because he can fall down with more grace and less damage to himself than anybody we have ever seen. Because he is a member of Michigamua and is still not conceited. DICK FREYBERG Because he is living proof that not all athletes take " pipe " courses. Because he led the Michigan track squad to victory and then closed his career by entering the medical school. Because he is the only D. U. that ever amounted to much. Because he showed a total disregard for the esteem of his fellow men by pledging Nu Sigma Nu. Incidentally, he is another ex-Michigamua. JOHN " B " MOLENDA Because he managed to stay in the Uni- versity for two and a half years and never crack a book. Because he proves that a thick head is the prime requisite of a good fullback. Because he left school (by request) and joined a " pro " basketball team. Nice guy. WARREN WOOD Because he is the potential political boss incarnate. Because we heard that they nom- inated him for the J-Hop committee because they couldn ' t secure anyone else that they could agree upon. Because he is one of those boys that didn ' t get enough favors for the hop. Because he has a Ford and is proud of it. Be- cause he has one of those trick cigar lighters and always insists on dragging it out. Because he is SO commercial. Because he is a fraternity brother of Al Tolle ' s which makes him an S. P. E. You know, the house that some brick company always uses in their advertisements. Oh ! we nearly forgot to mention that he is one of the ' Ensian staff. " FLOP " FLORA Because he held down the end opposite Benny Oosterbaan. Because, in spite of four years violent effort on the part of Fielding H., Flop is still unable to do anything with a pass but drop it gently to the field. Because he is such a sweet, innocent looking little thing. And he also resides at the Active Men ' s Boarding Club with Benny O. and Smith Cady. (Continued) Page 564 r-? Sf Jft A ward and one of the operating rooms in the University of Michigan TRUSCON Asepticote Contributed Much to this BEAUTY -:- SANITATION ECONOMY THIS splendid hospital without doubt enjoys a distinctive place in the modern architecture of Michigan and reflects the spirit of practical service of this Twentieth Century University. 1,250,000 square feet of hard finish plaster walls and ceilings are painted with Truscon Asepticote over Truscon Alkabar priming coat. Both products were approved by the Building Committee only after an exceptionally rigid series of practical tests and laboratory analysis. The wards, operating rooms and sun parlors are finished in a soft egg shell sheen, giving a dignity and repose so proper to a hospital. This beauty is enduring for Asepticote resists washing with strong alkali solu- tions. The full service of the Truscon Laboratories covers Waterproofing, Dampproofings, Rustproof Coatings, and Technical Paints. Color cards, specifications and our Laboratory Engineers are at your service. THE TRUSCON LABORATORIES CANIFF AND GRAND TRUNK R. R. DETROIT Q . P ' t ' StS O i $! WEMIEIVHAE C mcrica ' s finest CLub J{otef Headquarters of the ' Detroit Intercollegiate j4ssociation All the recreational facilities of the finest athletic clubs are at the command of the Webster Hall man. Yet we ekly rentals are sur- prisingly low. DOUBLE, per person, $8.50 SINGLE, as low as $11.00 DAILY, as low as S2.00 CASS AVE. at PUTNAM DETROIT We Nominate For Our Hall of Fame (Continued) HANK GRINNELL Because although only a junior he has the reputation of being the greatest handshaker on the campus, having shook himself into the presidency of the freshman class over Wayne Schroeder (who did the stuffing?), the student council, the athletic association, etc., etc. The only thing he ever worked for was his letter in football and that was a gift. All in all he seems to have filled the vancancy left by Charley Oakman both at the Alpha Sig house and on the campus. FRANK HARRIGAN Because he was the other half of the basket- ball team. Because as soon as he became prominent the Alpha Sigs took him in. Be- cause he took a course in Roman Archaeology in order to get eligible and slept comfortably every day. Because he is good and he knows it. Because Coach Mather put him on the All- Western Basketball squad along with Bennie Oosterbaan. GEORGE " BUCK " HESTER Because he proves that your legs don ' t have to be long in order to get places in a hurry. (Continued) AMERICAN-MARSH PUMPS Centrifugal and Direct Acting TPHE American-Marsh line of centrifugal pumps are built with the same painstaking care that charac- terizes 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 pat- terns 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 Uni- versity Power Plant. May we send you a Catalog? AMERICAN STEAM PUMP CO. Battle Creek, Michigan Page 566 Hotel Whitney Children of the Stage T S HE names gleaned from our reg- 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 McCoMAs MAY ROBSON MAY IRWIN MRS. FISKE FRANK TINNEY EDDIE LEONARD DAVID WARFIELD LAURA HOPE CREWS CYRIL MAUDE JOSEPH CAWTHORN VERA FOKINA M. FOKINE LEO DlTRICHSTEIN t a g- Sf g Compliments of the Diamond Crystal Salt Company St. Clair, Michigan X m . . r- ze3te s s$!gez-z COMPLIMENTS OF ZWERDLING ' C TABLISHED 1904 217 E. LIBERTY ST. FUR SHOPU A Complete Fur Service Since 1904, including Remodeling, Storage and Repairing Free Insurance and Storage with every purchace Phone 8507 217 East Liberty Street We Nominate For Our Hall of Fame Because he can get through more courses with less effort than any normal person could hope to. But then he is an athlete and this covers a multitude of sins. Oh, yes, he lives out at the little red school house with the rest of the Masons (Acacia). o SID DEWEY Because he isn ' t anywhere as dumb as he looks. Because he helped Michigan win a football championship. Because he exemplifies that old crack, a gentle soul in a rugged frame. Sid specializes in this here now Geography department which detracts from his otherwise splendid reputation as a student. FRED GLOVER One of the reasons why Chi Psi is one of the bigger and better frat and eating clubs. Be- cause he is a member of the Board in Control of Student Publications, Phi Beta Kappa, Captain of the Golf team, one of the fighting braves (Michigamua) etc., ad infinitum, q. e. d., ending up with class Historian, which just can ' t be forgotten. (Continued) The C. A. Sauer Co. LUMBER and Mill Work QUALITY AND SERVICE PHONE 6214 WE KEEP THE NEGATIVES OF ALL OUR PICTURES Official Photographer to the Michiganensian Francisco Boyce 719 N. University s- r C fe TELEPHONE WHITTIER 4125 Barnes - Gibson - Raymond INCORPORATED Manufactures SPRINGS Flat and Wire 6400 Miller Avenue Detroit, Mich. X Page 569 ! - ffi % sg|fe STEEL PLAIN OR FABRICATED AND ERECTED For prompt service, our special Warehouse Department at Beecher Avenue Plant is maintained to furnish steel cut from stock Bethlehem and standard shapes for immediate delivery. Steel users in Detroit and vicinity will find a large and well assorted stock on hand at all times to meet their requirements. The W K Quarterly List of Steel in Stock for Immediate Shipment is yours on request. AT OUR BEECHER AVENUE PLANT 2361 Beecher Ave. Lafayette 2830 w Steal Insures Strength and Security hitehead Detroit Mich Let Your Own Taste Judge the Quality and Flavor of our Meats A. R. GFELL Phone 4208 223 No. Main Street We Nominate For Our Hall of Fame WILLIAM PUCKELWARTZ Because he is Captain of the baseball team and a member of Michigamua. Because he led the team in batting averages thus keeping the other boys from getting cocky. That ' s about all we can say about this gent without getting too low. Yes, child, of course the Alpha Sigs took him. JOHNNY HALSTED Because he is business manager of the Gar- goyle and a swimmer of some ability. Be- cause he has the most mixed staff of any of the publications. Because he ' s never been known to bend his neck. Because he is a fraternity brother of Frank Graham ' s, and, therefore, deserving of pity. These Phi Psis! THE DRUM MAJOR Whatever his name is. Because with- out exception he is the most conceited man on the Michigan campus, and that is equiv- alent to saying the entire world. Because he is the only drum major in the Conference who can toss his baton over the goal posts and catch it (most of the time). Because he went on a trip with the band and left the baton at home. (Continued) Page 570 7r- $f 39 Years oi Service to Michigan Students Photographers Studio 319 E. Huron Established 1890 Your Negatives are on File for " - Your Convenience Page 571 -t asifc SILVERWARE JEWELRY HALLER ' S State Street Jewelers ESTABLISHED 1858 DIAMONDS WATCH ES B. E. Muehlig . Dry Goods and Notions Here You Will Always Find QUALITY MERCHANDISE That Insures Satisfaction and Establishes the Confidence that Our Many Patrons Hav e 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 572 We Nominate For Our Hall of Fame TOM WINTER Because the independents elected him chair- man of the J. Hop. Because he showed his disregard for boys like the Dekes and Zetes by leading that mass production affair with a co-ed. More power to him on that score. Because he is harmless anyway. RICHARD LUTES That chunk of beef that everyone but us thinks was quite funny in the opera. Because he represents pure conceit with nothing to be conceited about. Because he lives at the Beta hotel. Because he is all right in his way, but weighs too much. THEODORE C. HORNBERGER Because he is a Cross Country star. Because he was managing editor of some publication; oh yes, Chimes, they called it, that became defunct under his leadership and thus he proved to be a great benefactor. Because he looks so funny and yet is really not a bad sort. Because he was secretary of the S. C. A. (Adv.), Treasurer of the oratorical board. (Yes, there really is such a thing; we looked it up.) Member of Alpha Nu, a debating society. And of course he is a Phi Gam along with Cal Coolidge, Bo Molenda and the rest of the boys that are out doing things. (Continued) A - $ffe O ' SHEA for Every Sport Makers of MICHIGAN ATHLETIC KNITTED WEAR O ' SHEA KNITTING MILLS CHICAGO -:- ILLINOIS P ' g ' S73 $____ - - SSE S - JS g sglfc EDMUND T. PATERSON HORACE PATERSON LEONARD P. REAUME FRED G. NAGLE Paterson Bros. Company Realtors Residences Business Properties Industrial Properties Long and Short Term Leases Rental Property Management Subdivisions Insurance PENOBSCOT BLDG. CADILLAC 4810 Convince Yourself of The Growing Popularity of Champion Cigars TRY A QUARTER ' S WORTH The Hemmeter Cigar Co. DETROIT BAY CITY MICHIGAN We Nominate For Our Hall of Fame " RED " MAENTZ Because he is president of the senior class and is therefore one of Michigan ' s finest. He lives at that swell apartment house with the trick gates out at the city limits where men are men. Kappa Sigma to those that don ' t understand our witticisms. As far as we could discover this is the only thing he ever did and how this happened is a mystery to all but those who stuffed the ballot boxes. His right name is Henry S. PAUL SAMSON Because he is a swimmer of national fame. Because he is captain of a swimming team that is better than any in the country accord- ing to its coach. Because he is reported to have the broadest shoulder and the smallest brain of anyone on the campus, though this may not be true. Because he used to live in Noah ' s Ark, the Phi Kappa Sigma house. Because he lives up at the ex-active men ' s boarding club, the place where all good Alpha Sigs hope to go when they post-graduate, the Nu Sigma Nu house. Because he has the temerity to think that he can be a doctor. " DUSTY " MUNGER Because we have heard it rumored that he did something or other on the track squad. Oh yes, we remember, one of the relay team got sick and they shoved Munger in as a last resort. He managed to come in ahead of his opponent mainly because the others were such good runners and he got a letter out of it. Well, better days ahead, boys. He lives at some fraternity house or other. Phi Sigma Kappa, if that means anything to you. FRED HILL Because he is that nice boy that drew the pretty red and black picture on the front of the Gargle. He and Police Chief O ' Brien are in the same class with Doctor Lovell and we feel that further words about him are wasted. He is a Beta, nuff said. LOUIS ROBERTSON Because the Board decided to make him Editor of this book when Fred Glover with- drew his application. Because he is SO earnest and SO sincere that it hurts to watch him. Because he is another of these Michigamuas. Because he has made the Delta Tau Deltas proud of him in spite of their early prejudices to the contrary. Because he will be the most popular man on the campus when this satire section is read. Because he is in the Law school where he couldn ' t flunk out the first semester. Because he spends even more time at the Press Building than Phil Brooks and does less than any other man. St. x Page 574 CHEMICALS Laboratory Apparatus And Supplies THE MICHIGAN DRUG CO. DETROIT 110-128 E. Congress Street MICHIGAN YHf V " e $ $ Eschelbach Market QUALITY MEATS 202 E. Huron Street Phone 4159 We Nominate For Our Hall of Fame LESTER JOHNSON Because he pulled the biggest political steal that has occurred around here in a long time when he handshook and promised his way to the presidency of the Union. Because he never got anywhere in spite of that. Because he is a lawyer and therefore impossible anyway. Because he belongs to Sigma Delta Kappa, that bunch of lawyers who occupy the old Delta Tau Delta house on Hill. believe they call it. Because he went out for Chimes after his great downfall from the ' Ensian. Because he takes a lot of courses in the Geography department and therefore can never hope to amount to much. CHARLEY LEE Because he is not Business Manager of the Michiganensian. (See Board in Control for details.) Because he lives in that hovel with the big pillars on Hill. The D. U. house, I PAUL C. COOK Because he was said to be a second Red Grange but turned out to be a second Rock- well, only worse. Because all the co-eds think he is so cute. Because he is one of Grang- er ' s greatest assets. Because he is a Kappa Sig and the joke is very much on one of them. Because we are running low on people to run down. (Continued) Customer Confidence T The Foundation Stone of this Store HE Foundation stone on which Goodyear ' s has been built is the confidence of those who have shopped here. The Confidence of Goodyear Customers was the base on which this store was first set, grew, grew larger, and on which it is still growing. Each year sees that Confidence grow greater as this business being built on it grows higher. You may be sure that our constant and best efforts are continuously directed toward keeping us worthy of that fine foundation of confidence on which Good- year ' s has been built. Wm. Goodyear Company 124 So. Main Street Page 576 Ann Arbor, Mich. . ft - - ggz f j ge JOHN S. HAGGERTY Manufacturer of Stock and Common Brick Phone Office, Cadillac 9467 1815 DIME SAVINGS BANK BUILDING DETROIT MICHIGAN . Pvfsn b -c ZSf s g EfD w 1064192 DETROirS 192S GROWTH; CENSUS NOW 1430X16 - o yt ,1 11: it A GREAT NEWSPAPER IN A GREAT CITY OCCUPYING a unique position as the only morning newspaper in a city of a million and a half, The Detroit Free Press enjoys today as it has in the past a prominence of enviable proportions. By all the qualities that a newspaper is judged accurate presentation of news, worth while features, interesting fiction, circulation, advertising, service The Free Press is at once a leader. In present enterprise and initiative is the assurance of greater things to come. A greater Detroit means a greater Free Press, a greater capacity for service to the people of all Michigan. ttwit " Michigan ' s Greatest Newspaper ' We Nominate For Our Hall of Fame DAN WARNER Another one of these leading ladies of the opera and not much different than the rest except that someone heard him curse once and so he was disqualified. He was head of the D. U. house but the boys up there say he was a choice of evils. He ran for Union President but someone who knew less about it got the job. Not that you have to know anything to be president of the Union because there is nothing to do but conduct investigations and drives, etc. We have heard that he was pledged to Phi Delta Phi but we don ' t believe it because we have always had too much respect for Phi Delta Phi. VIC DOMHOFF Because we are running out of names Tto write about and some one told us that this guy played football. We never heard of him and we went to every game this year. Come to think of it he did get a letter. Because he was one of the Junior Councilman on that student council affair. Because he was a vote-getter and managed to get on the J.-Hop committee. You might know he ' d be a Phi Delta Theta along with a number of the other near great men. JIM HUGHEY Managed to kid J. Den ton and the foot- ballers into making him manager. This man- ager thing is really a joke. He does nothing and makes a big noise about it and makes Michigamua on the strength of it. There is generally a mediocre man chosen (past season no exception). There is no justice. It ' s purely political and that is a real insult. However, Jimmy may not be as bad as Denton was. He is a Sigma Nu which is not com- plimentary to either himself or the house. Page 578 BILL PUSCH Has some job on the business staff of the Daily so he must be mediocre. Is said to belong to the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, Inc. But there is no basis of proof for this and we disclaim all responsibility in order that we may not be sued for libel. Which one would feel that they had been insulted, pre- suming that it is possible to insult anyone or anything so low? PAUL ARNOLD He is really such a decent little fellow that we hate to be mean. However he lives at the ex-Deke house, they call it Delta Alpha (Continued) ft r-?K Sf HOME BUILDING When building, build beautifully. The erection of a structure devoid of beauty is mere building, a trade, not an art. Architecture is an art which harmonizes in a building the requirements of utility and beauty. It is the most useful of the fine arts and noblest of the useful arts. Architecture is an index of civilization, of the age, of the people. If you see beauty in dull, sombre effects, then build of stone. If you see beauty in color, in Nature ' s own decoration, build of brick, but, then, build of brick that possesses its own natural color which is fadeless, which is as lasting as Time itself. That means STEVENS ' VITRIFIED FACE BRICK. Avoid the tawdry, meretricious effect of paint. Paint deceives nobody, whether it be on the lip, the cheek, the hair, or the house. It is a base imitation at best. If you would combine the beauty of color with economy of maintenance, use Stevens ' Vitrified Brick. 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" TY " WATSON Because he is another one of those men who try hard but never get very far. Because he was not appointed Cheer Leader although he was one of the assistants at one period of his life. Because he managed to get into the Blue Key though why anyone should want to do that is beyond us. He is a Phi Gamma Delta and the surprising part is that he admits it. LEO HOFFMAN Because he turned out to be the find of the season in football, but will probably be too much Paul Cook next year. That ' s the worst of these football players. But then, you never have to tell them they are good. They know it. He lives out at that place with all the awnings. You know, the place where they didn ' t have enough money to furnish it after they got it built. The Kappa Sig house to all that have not been rushed there, which means only about ten people. (Continued) Page 580 $ T r$fc i " :: " i- i- fc I . ! v- .... 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In Ann Arbor The " Show " Means The ARCADE MAJESTIC WUERTH 2: Q ?! , J - =-? =3R3s= T C - CORNWELL COAL-COKE Scranton, Pocahontas Kentucky and West Virginia Coal Solvay and Gas Coke This business has been growing ever since it was established. The secret is " giving abso- lute satisfaction to Our Customers. " We believe it pays to do business in a friendly way. If you think so too, let ' s get together. CORNWELL COAL-COKE OFFICE, CORNWELL BLOCK Phones, Office: 4551 Yard Office: 5152 Typewriting Mimeographing Engraving Embossing O. D. MORRILL 17 Nickels Arcade ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN The The Typewriter Store Stationery Store We Nominate For Our Hall of Fame FORREST HEATH Because he was one of the also rans on the ' Ensian business staff. Because he was one of these chorus men in the Opera. Because he lives in the Beta house and therefore is not responsible for all his faults. Because he is a member of the Horde in Control of Student Supplications and therefore wields un- told power. JACK LOVETTE Because he was a good linesman in football except when someone tackled him by the ears. He lead the J.-Hop last year. You might know the engineers would choose someone like this. Because he is an Acacia and if backed into a corner will sometimes admit this colossal in- dignity. GEORGE MONROE Because he is that cute little fellow with those big ears that is seen up at the ' Ensian office when he isn ' t up at Kalamazoo. He is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon which is the chief rival of the Republican Party and the Ku Klux Klan. He is such a jolly chap but we get so tired of his kidishness. But then, he means well. (Continued) s %!! g t fc SPORT TOURING The revival of the vogue for the open car was anticipated by those responsible for keeping Lincoln body designs always ahead. The Lincoln Sport Touring is beyond question the smartest open car seen today at the popular Clubs and the fashionable resorts. LI NC LN See the New Lincoln Six-Brake System at our salesroom. 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Dance Programs, Banquet Programs and Social Stationery Our Specialty The May er-S chair er Co. Stationers ... Printers ... Binders Office Outfitters 112 South Main Street Phone 4515 We Nominate For Our Hall of Fame BILL WARRICK Mainly because he told us he had to go home to make out his income tax. Anyone making out income taxes deserves recognition. Be- cause he was varsity cheer leader and proved to be an excellent and agile little fellow in one of those darling uniforms. He is also art editor of this sterling publication that you, fond reader, are perusing (reading). He lives at that nifty hotel at the corner of State and Madison, you know, the boys that were found- ed in 1845 (permission to laugh is freely given, especially to Chi Psis). Oh yes, Michigamua. WILLIAM E. PRESTON . Because he managed to fool the architects into making him head of the Architectural Society whatever that may be. Because he drew the designs for the Architect ' s May Party last year and ran the one this year. Because he has such nice big brown eyes and so much appeal. Because he is the only man on the campus outside of the watchman who works all night and sleeps all day and gets away with it. Because he li ves at that big red brick af- fair down on Oakland Ave. They call it Delta Phi, we have heard. (Continued) t t . A - ijgtf e g ss s b- $r -- Portra its Live Forever Specializing in the finest portraits and giving unequalled service. inj 334 South State Street Negatives always kept on file, so that you may secure additional pictures at any time. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN 58? _ _ _ - y$z-? 3- z A. Automobiles and Household Goods Shipped to Florida and California and Points on Western Coast in Consolidated Carloads. DAILY MOTOR TRUCK SERVICE BETWEEN DETROIT AND TOLEDO and towns enroiite JVV Morning Delivery Rates Same as Electric or Steam Lines General Cartage Moving Storage Packing Transfer of Baggage Motor Trucking with Windlass Trucks and Trailers BAIER TRANSFER STORAGE CO. 142 GRISWOLD STREET Main Office PHONE RANDOLPH 9710 DETROIT, MICH. We Nominate For Our Hall of Fame LOUIS GILBERT Because he averages 40 yard punts in foot- ball. Because we don ' t like his looks. Is he really conceited or can ' t he hold his eyes open? Because he has no other excuse for existence than his football ability. We think he can run so well because he don ' t want any of those mean boys to tackle him. Because any man that can live with those birds at the Trigon house must have something in him. JIM MARTIN Because he is a basketball player that is almost, but not quite, good. Because he is under the impression that he is good and will not hesitate to make such a statement if asked often enough. Don ' t ask what house he be- longs to. It ' s Phi Delta Theta, of course. WAYNE BROWNELL Because he is one of the Junior staff on the business side of the ' Ensian and therefore one of the busiest men in college. Ask Graham, if you can ever find him around the building. We can ' t. He is a Lambda Chi Alpha. He is the only man they have had in some time that even came close to being prominent and he didn ' t come too close. They own or, at any rate, live in that new brick affair out on Washtenaw and seem quite proud that some ham artist did a lot of Mural painting for them. Page 588 TOM KOYKKA Because he isn ' t Managing Editor of the Daily although that is not his fault. Because he is a member of the Board in Control of Student Publications and as such is in the same class with Dean Bursley, Fred Glover and the other big timers. Because he has achieved un- dying fame as a debater. Because he has achieved that honor, given to very few and recognized throughout the country, member- ship in the Cercle Francais. CAL PATTERSON Because he didn ' t manage to handshake his way to the big job on the Daily rag. Because he is that big, good-looking brute with the cynical smile. Because he lives at the Sigma Phi house and as such deserves more pity than praise. Because they gave him a booby prize job on the Daily and because he flopped at everything else he ever attempted. Nice fel- low, though. JO CHAMBERLIN Because he is one of the reasons for the Daily being as bad as it is. Because he has been seen sneaking in the Kappa Sig House when he thought no one was looking. Because he looks so sort of dark and mysterious you know what we mean, sort of intriguing, like Bull Montana or Elmo Lincoln. c ' -f Ss f f - $f Aher all is said and done, noth- ing enhances the value of vacant property like actual building. The homes already built and occupied in this great develop- ment speak more plainly than words for the opportunities in Castleford. SITUATED AT THE INTERSECTION OF TELEGRAPH AND SCHOOLCRAFT SUPERHIGHWAYS CASTLE FORD, Inc. 31st Floor, Book Tower - Detroit, Michigan X Pagt 589 $ c lfc- Our Service extends to the Alumni of the University as well as to the student body GRAHAM ' S Both Ends of the Diagonal Walk ANN ARBOR :: MICHIGAN FREEMAN ' S DINING ROOM 803 E. Washington Street 5C X Regular Boarders and Transients Prices Reasonable Subject to change ONE BLOCK FROM HILL AUDITORIUM Dial 4656 We Nominate For Our Hall of Fame DON MILLER " One of the few really great pitchers Michi- gan has ever had. " D. C. Miller. He and Coolidge are Phi Gams. So is Bo Molenda and Ty Watson. No, we have nothing against Phi Gamma Delta. This chapter was probably a mistake. All fraternities have their wet chap- ters and every chapter has its wet men. It ' s just too bad when the whole chapter is wet, but what can you do? CORT SMITH Because he is one of the night editors of the Daily and is in the hectic race for managing editor with some hundreds of others. Because he wears one of those huge jeweled affairs that every Chi Psi is entitled to pin on his vest. Because he was on the financial committee of the Sophomore class that nearly went into bankruptcy. (Sorry to mention this but we couldn ' t find anything else and merely being on the Daily is not enough to warrant our time.) RUSS GOHRING The only reason we put him in with the prominent boys is that we wanted to make some remarks. Because he is good. Ab- solutely! If you don ' t believe it ask him. Because he is going on the stage after gradua- (Continued) i Page 590 g - c B You Can Say It o with a Photograph 619 E. Liberty Street Ann Arbor, Michigan X. r$fe ' o x. Universal Heating and Ventilating Unit The Universal Unit has been in successful operation in many schools for years. It pro- vides a highly satisfactory unit system of heating and ventilating for schools and other public buildings suited to this system gives effective control of temperature, along with reliability, simplicity and economy. American Blower Co., Detroit; branch offices in principal cities American Rlower !. VENTILATING, HEATING. AIR CONDITIONING. DRYING. MECHANICA.L DRAFT We Nominate For Our Hall of Fame tion. " We hear he has been offered the position of Little Eva but that seems to be too big a step for him. Really though, he is sweet. And so good looking, according to the girls at the K. A. T. house. But then, it may not be all his fault. " BUD " LEWIS Ah! Muskegon ' s perfect lady. Because he plays the leading part in the opera to such per- fection that people on the campus are begin- ning to wonder. However, we saw his mus- tache. Because he is really a good pianist and doesn ' t have to be coaxed. Because the Alpha Delts took him under their wing for his repu- tation and he took them for their reputation and now neither one like the trade. He was initiated three weeks after he was pledged, as if anyone would be afraid of losing him. BOB LELAND Because it hasn ' t been decided yet whether he or Hank Grinwell is the best handshaker. Because he has a couple good looking cousins around these parts. Because he used to be quite an authority on the lighter types of entertainment, but now seems to have the " interests of the University at heart " , heh, heh. And because when all is said and done, he ' s one of the best convention attenders the campus has ever known. Page 592 TOM CAVANAUGH Because he is president of the much heard of Student Council. In spite of the fact that he resided at the Delta Chi house for a long time. He is now a senior law and a Phi Delta Phi. Can you imagine being initiated into Michi- gamua by a bunch of men who were freshmen when you were a magnificent senior? No, of course you can ' t, silly! WAYNE SCHROEDER You will notice that we have gotten around to the lesser lights. Because he was beaten, or wasn ' t so good at gypping, for the important job of president of the Freshman class. Be- cause he got his letter in basketball, though just why is a secret with Coach Mather. Be- cause he is more or less of a track man and was said to jump over a hurdle or two if not par- ticularly busy. Because he has had to over- come the handicap of living with a bunch of oil promoters ' and war profiteers ' sons up at that conglomerate building called the Deke, or Teke or something, house. He is said to be the only man at the place without a fur coat. He has a corduroy. ELLIS MERRY Because he is one of the other prominent members of the Daily upper staff, as if that was (Continued) , ft - f S f s f- $ - 3$eszis ? S: Our clothing reflects always the latest vogue among well dressed American and English university men. It is designed and manufac- tured for us by SCHEYER, foremost of American tailors. Woolfolk ANN ARBOR Men ' s Ready -to-Wear Clothing, Shoes, Imported and Domestic Haberdashery Mail Orders Promptly Filled Page 503 . ; - C Sf % Specialists in Feminine Apparel BATTLE CREEK JACKSON ANN ARBOR SAGINAW Rinshed-Gagnier Paint Company Jobbers of PAINTS VARNISHES STAINS BRUSHES LADDERS PAINTERS-SUPPLIES ETC. Detroit Michigan St. We Nominate For Our Hall of Fame (Continued) any recommendation. Because he used to try and make a debater of himself but was dis- suaded by some high minded person who feared he might become a lawyer. Now we get his hot air in the Daily and it ruins our breakfast. However, he is a Trigon and this accounts for some of his more obvious crudities. ERNIE McCOY Because for a sophomore he ' s a rather good basketball player, and because no one seems to know it any better than Ernie. Because he Page 594 reminds us of a pigeon you know the strut with the chest thrown out, and all the rest of it. Because he must have been a big man in high school to carry so many high school habits over to college. Because we shouldn ' t judge him harshly considering what an awful handicap he has to overcome in the shape of the Phi Sigma Kappas. PAUL ENDRES Because he ' s another one of these guys that doesn ' t know enough to be embarrassed. Be- cause, like all cheerleaders, he ' s a chronic ex- hibitionist. There must be s omething wrong with these people who can be so consistently silly. Because he makes a habit of smoking big, black cigars in a way that doesn ' t make him look any queerer than usual. Because, after all, he ' s only one of the smaller irritations around this campus. " BILL " DAY Because he had enough drag to be selected as basketball manager. Then to make matters worse the team had to go and win the cham- pionship. Because he is a Delta Chi and as such had a big handicap to overcome in the first place. Because he is a ring-leader in some of those parties that that remodeled place is famous for. VINCENT WALL Because he has the temerity to edit the Music and Drama column in the Daily. Be- cause he is original in his opinions and will stick by them even if he can find no one to agree with them. Because nobody likes him as much as he does. Because he is a member of Sinfonia or Phi Mu Alpha which is not an organization or a conundrum but a real, gen- uine fraternity, ha! ha! HARLAN P. CHRISTY Because he is wet. Because he never did anything important, but the boys thought we ought to write him up just to take up space. That ' s all he does, anyhow. He managed to get himself elected president of the freshman class last year by effecting coalitions, stuffing ballot boxes, etc, etc. Because he held down something or other in the Opera and im- mediately proceeded to get more conceited than ever before, if possible. He lives out at that place with the white pillars. Sigma Phi, that ' s it! We ' ve heard that name so seldom (except after the Illinois game) that we have almost forgotten it. They are the boys who couldn ' t get their freshman class one year so they told everyone there were no freshmen good enough for them and actually got two people to believe them. (Continued) on " A Niche in a Church is the same as an itch any place else " ,said the small boy in answer to his teacher ' s question as to what a niche in a church was, " only you can ' t scratch it so well. 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Fire underwriters know there is less danger of burning a brick building than other types and charge less for insurance premiums on both the building and contents. There has never been a conflagration in a community of brick buildings. The more brick buildings in any section, the less is the danger of a sweeping fire and the lower is the cost of fire protection and fire fighting. Detroit-Made Common Brick answers every test. We shall be glad to quote you prices and make prompt deliveries. Mercier, Bryan, Larkins Brick Co. C. H. BRYAN, Pres. J. LARKINS, Treas. WASSON J. BRYAN, Secy. MILLER ROAD AT MICHIGAN AVENUE DETROIT, MICHIGAN =6 595 irfc Printing Engraving We do more than simply get your order and send you an invoice. We give you SERVICE plus QUALITY. Just tell us what you want and when we ' ll do the rest. MEYERS PRINT SHOP Society and Commercial Printing 215 S. Main St., off Liberty Ann Arbor Interior View of Dining Room Law Club BUILT FOR THE AGES A fitting display of perfect stone erection by David S. Beveridge DETROIT, MICHIGAN We Nominate For Our Hall of Fame AL TOLLE Because we don ' t like that face he carries on his shoulders, if any. Because outside of Russ Gohring and Gordon Packer there is no one on the campus that is quite so conceited. Because he never did anything for the University except go home once in a while. Because he took Archeology with us and got a higher mark, because the prof let him run the machine one day. Because every time we see an old Max- well roadster, an imitation fur coat and a funny looking gent inside both, we line up and sing, " Clap hands, here comes Alvin " . Be- cause he will take all this as a compliment which we did not intend it to be. Yes, of course he is a fraternity boy. He lives at the S. P. E. house if you can call that one. CARL M. LOOS Because he is a baseball player and there- fore ought to get some recognition. Most ball players are not white men. Here is a ball player. He lives out at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon House. BABE GILBERT Because somehow or other the Washtenaw gang weren ' t quite strong enough to elect somebody else president of the junior class. Because maybe he did build up quite an or- ganization to back him. Because he doesn ' t look like a politician. Because Hank Grinnell didn ' t vote for him, and because we may be wrong about him in view of the fact that so many otherwise intelligent people seem to like him. CHARLES LIVINGSTONE Because he has staged a comeback in the dramatic line and is once more showing the campus that even two years in the law school cannot crush the genius of a really emotional artiste. Because he never knows enough to be embarrassed. And because there ' s a faint possibility that it isn ' t really himself, but only comadones, or something like that, that makes him act the way he does. . TESS EDGAR Because he used to be a good catcher, but went pro when he became ineligible and is therefore in the same class with Molenda, which is a harsh thing to say, but is true nevertheless. He signed up with some back- woods outfit and will have to be ducking bottles for some time. Because he used to sell suits at Greenwood and Kilgore ' s (Adv.). Because he is a Delta Tau Delta and is their only man worth mentioning. Because he is the most erratic connoisseur of co-eds that ever came to Michigan. (Continued) Page 596 Q - 21 g - c Sf A Clotfjes And aberbasifjerp Of Distinction From The MAN ' S SHOP ALEXANDER GREENWOOD AND KILGORE STATE STREET Over CALKINS 1 597 Established 1869 Oswald A. Herz Painting and Decorating 112 W. WASHINGTON STREET ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN Vi r -i !) " . ' l " ' -?.f ' O ' !B. ' IV).lv. ' h Merrick Heirloom Chinese Rugs From stock or to order (Note the initials SMT in the above illustration, making this an autograph heirloom) ON DISPLAY AT 928 CHURCH STREET Phone 3155 ANN ARBOR, MICH. Pagf We Nominate For Our Hall of Fame WARD TOLLZIEN Because he jumped from assistant on the make-up committee to General Chairman of the Opera. These Betas! Because he always wears a derby when in tuck. Because he looks like a producer or a bookmaker when he has it on. And because no one could possibly be as good as he thinks he is. PHIL BROOKS Because he serves as the comedy relief to the big business boys up at the press building. Because he is one of Prof. Hayden ' s assistants and may be the one who gave you that rotten mark in Poly Sci. Because he is such a comical runt. Oh yes, he is also news editor or city editor or something with a high sounding title on the scandal rag and is said to be still in the race for managing editor though why anyone with common sense would want that job is more than we can see. ARCHIE ROBINSON Because we have been waiting to get a crack at him ever since he wrote that insulting history of our book. Because he is editor of Toasted Rolls though this is not generally known, because he hides under the pen name of Tim Hay. We suppose that in order to be humorous, or whatever you may call it, every day, you have to be queer, but it is an awful burden for us boys at the press building to have him try his wet jokes out on us. We have heard that someone dropped him on his head in his childhood days, but there may not be a basis of fact in this. JOHNNY DENTON We saved him for the last because we don ' t think that he is very important anyhow. As a matter of fact no one does. Because he grafted his way into being named Manager of the Football team and therefore got a lot of free trips and some publicity. Like all small men in the limelight it went to his head and he has a job finding hats to fit. However, he has a big shock coming when he gets out where people haven ' t heard of him. He is a Chi Psi and that ought to have taken the conceit out of him before it really got started. ALL OTHERS Because anyone who feels that he has been cheated by being left out may feel that what is said in this paragraph applies directly to him. You are conceited or you wouldn ' t want your name mentioned here. Because you didn ' t manage to make your name well enough known to get recognition individually. Because you are wet anyway. Because we are tired and want to finish this up. Finis -ft $ -Zr$fc+ MAKE SURE THAT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT IS GROWING WITH YOU! 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SON . HORTON CATO Co HUDSON-ESSEX HUDSON, J. L. Co HCTTO ENGINEERING Co. HUPP MOTOR Co JACOBSON ' S JAHN OLLIER Co. JEFFERSON CLINIC KELVINATOR Co. . KRESGE, S. S. Co 601 576 563 599 601 530 555 550 568 590 557 570 576 590 597 577 572 542 514 542 574 598 544 564 529 581 545 531 564 534 524 556 553 LANE HALL LYON METALLIC Co. LYTTON, HENRY Co. 516 561 515 M 543 544 ... 560 586 595 582 . 598 598 .... 554 575 528 580 580 532 512 527 584 546 MUEHLIG, B. E 572 MACCABEES MALLOY, DAVID C MACK Co MAYER-SCHAIRER MERCIER, BRYAN, LARKIN BRICK Co. MERCIER, RAYMOND MERRICK, H. B MEYERS, CHARLES F MICHIOAMME OIL Co MICHIGAN DRUG Co MICHIGAN ELECTROTYPE MICH. SMELTING REFINING MICH. STEEL CASTING Co MICHIGAN STEEL CORP MISSOURI PACIFIC R. R MONROE NURSERY MOHRILL O. D MORSE CHAIN Co. N NEWCOMB ENDICOTT O ' SnEA KNITTING MILLS PACKARD MOTOR Co. . . PARKE DAVIS PATERSON BROS. Co. POWELL Co RANDALL MAEDEL RAYL, T. B RENTSCHELER STUDIO RINSHED GAGNIER HITTER DENTAL MFG. Co.. ROGERS PRINTING Co 519 573 533 601 574 552 528 548 571 594 539 535 SALLANS JEWELRY SAUER C. A. LUMBER Co . 568 SAUNDERS, J. B 518 SCOVILL-E C. S. MORT. INSURANCE SMITH, HINCHMAN GRYLLS SPEDDINO S ruolo STERLING BRICK Co STEVENS, FREDERICK B . 579 STEVER HUBBARD 536 S. C. A 516 STUDENTS SUPPLY 599 SUTTON, J. R 532 THOMAS BROS TIMKEN DETROIT AXLE Co. TINKER Co. TROJAN LAUNDRY TRUSCAN LABORATORIES . . . TUTTLES LUNCH UTLEY, J. A. VICTOR X-RAY CORP. 518 541 538 574 565 510 580 600 W WAHR ' s BOOK STORE 580 WARREN, CHARLES B WEBSTER HALL WELLER LAUNDRY WHEELOCK-PRESTLER WHITEHEAD KALEB WHITNEY HOTEL WOOLFOLK, G WOLVERINE OPTICAL Co 530 ZWERDLING FUR SHOP 568 Page 602 r fe ::g at ORGANIZATION AND PERSONAL INDEX Abad, M 319 Abbett, J 356 Abbott, A. G 58- 329-375 Abbott, Barbara Ann . 5O- 58-458-483 Abbott, Eleanor 465 Abbott, Kathryn 465 Abbott, R. G 353 Abbott, R. W 58- 304-330 Abbott, W 286- 343-358-449 Abele, E. T 58 Abraham, Ruth 199 Abrams, H. J 58 Abrams, H. T 364-58 Abrams, N 317 Acacia 350 Acacio, T. A 58 Acker, Agatha L 58 Adams, C. A 418 Adams, C. J 58-415 Adams, Frances L 58- 441-453 Adams, Mrs. H. C. . . .450 Adams, H. W 269-392 Adams, L. B 295-398 Adams, R. C. Jr. ..58-356 Adams, T. H 352 Addison, E. S. Jr. 269-370 Adelia Cheever 461 Adelphi 295 Adie, G. C 378 Adle, Dorothy 440 Adler, G 353 Adler, H 374 Adler, Helen 438 Adler, N. S 58-397 Aero Club 305 Agnew, L 305 Agnew, Thelma E 58 Agruda, M. M 58-319 Ahlstrom, A. C 363 Ahm, G. Jr 271-367 Ahrens, R. F 59 Aiken, C. D 429 Ailes, E. H 59- 346-375-422 Akin, G. A 408 Albere, J 419 Alberson, J. W 369 Albracht, C. E 59-404 Albright, F. C 59 Albright, June 59 Alden, J. H 428 Alderton, Elizabeth B. 444 Alderton, G. A 357 Alderton, Lucile A. 59-494 Alderton, Sadie L 494 Aldrich, Dorothy L. . .59- 451-480 Aldrich, N 416 Ale, Ruth 466-490 Alexander, J 397 Alexander, L. E. . .59-323 Alexander, Selma B. . 59- 450-471 Algyer, D. D 375 Allan, K 309-379 Alias, D 319 Allen, A 317 Allen, D. L 394 Allen, Gladys 450 Allen, J 204 Allen, J. W 285-352 Allen, Rose L 59 Allen, Ruth 457 Aller, J. G 427 Allison, Dorothy G. . .59- 463-469-480-490 Allison, L 202 Allmendinger, E. J. . . .212 Allshouse, Mary H. . .50- 59-466-469-48 1-497-499 Alpha Chi Omega . . 436 Alpha Chi Rho 351 Alpha Chi Sigma 408 Alpha Delta Phi 352 Alpha Epsilon Iota 437 Alpha Epsilon Mu . . 344 Alpha Epsilon Phi ... 438 Alpha Gamma Delta . . 439 Alpha Kappa Kappa ... 409 Alpha Kappa Lambda 353 Alpha Nu 300 Alpha Omega 410 Alpha Omega Alpha . . 347 Alpha Omicron Pi . . 440 Alpha Phi 441 Alpha Rho Chi 411 Alpha Sigma Phi 354 Alpha Tau Omega 355 Alpha Xi Delta 442 Alstrin, L. R 377 Alt, A. R 337 Althuler, L. P 323 Altland.J 344-419 Altman A. J 59-410 Altman. R 594, 23 Altvater, Helen K. ... 60 Alumnae 286 Alumnae House 462 Alving, A. S. .46-60-409 Amadon, P 347 American Society of Civil Engineers 304 American Society of Me- chanical Engineers . 303 Ameriane, E 370 Amerine, Elizabeth J. .445 Ames, Barbara C 443 Ames, Carol 60 Amlingmeyer, Lera . . . 480 Amonett, Lelia E 60 Amos, N 419 Amter, J. A 372 Anderson, C. T 341 Anderson, H. E 303 Anderson, Allyn S 60 Anderson, A. G 60- 280-367 Anderson, Edna S 60 Anderson, Elizabeth . .60 Anderson, Esther 463 Anderson, G 429 Anderson, H. C. 278-353 Anderson, J. W 309 Anderson, L 419 Anderson, Margery S. . 60 Anderson, Marian . . . 270- 463 Anderson, M. M 44- 60-330 Anderson, Muriel 450- 459-488 Anderson, P. J 399 Anderson, R. S 388 Ando, K. , 321 Andreae, F 450-483 Andreae, H. U. . . 197-356 Ahdress, H. T 380 Andrew, U 136 Andrews, Aubrey F. . . .60- 413 Andrews, D. S 413 Andrews, H. B 401 Andrews, M. S. . . .295-366 Andrews, S. E 428 Angell, Mrs. Aleix C. .465 Anklam, C. W 60-406 Annable, G. H. Jr. .188- 271-333-369 Annis, R. C 60 Anspach, C. L 336 Anspach, R. D 61 Anspach, Susan 487 Anthony, H. E 61 Anton, Thelma 61-463 Appelt, Gladys 457- 481-497-500 Applebaum, A. A 423 Appleford, J. A 366 Appleman, I. R 314 Appleman, O. K. 314-336 Appold, E. C 61-370 Apps, D 399 Arch, W 304 Archbold, H. K 415 Architectural Society (1927) 302 Ardis, Emma R 437 Ardussi, J 44- 45-61-274-290-291 Ardussi, W. F 44- 61-290-291 Arenas, P 319 Arendt, F. B 356 Arlick, Elizabeth 318 Arlick, K. E. 322-323-466 Armbruster, Veta 195 Armitage, Janet 466 Arms, Aroline C 61 Arms, Virginia 463 Arms, W. G 318 Armstrong, G. T 362 Armstrong, H 391 Armstrong, Phila A. 61-442 Armstrong, R. D 363 Arnold, Anna B 61- 463-469-473 Arnold, Betsy 441 Arnold, F 429 Arnold, K. E 61-381 Arnold, Katherine 465 Arnold, P. 44- 61-272-328-335-359 Arnold, W. 50-61-300-314 Aronstam, Theodora S. 61- 488 Arszulewicz, J. E 315 Arthur, H. H 393 Arthur, Margaret . 270- 465-487 Asai, K 321 Asbeck, F. M. 197-242-360 Askren, R. L 404 Asset, Elizabeth 461 Aston, Fred A 400 Athena 486 Atherton, Hazen E. .359 Atkins, C. S 61-366 Atkins, S. F 377 Atkinson, F. W 62- 303-332-360 Atwell, C. H 289-393 Atwell, H. H 350 Aubin, J. R 412 Aubrey, B. M 256 Aubrey, Geraldine 62-451 Aubrey, W 383-422 Auer, W. G. .. .62-293-354 Barton, H. J 406 Barttett, L. 63-295-296 Bartz, Laura H 64- 461-480 Bas, M. J 426 Bassett, C. F 64 Bassett, Nancy D 448 Bassow, P. H 283-419 Bateman, A. C 323 Bateman, L. G 421 Bates, Helen 444 Bennhoff, A 190 Benson, Emily J 66 Benson, W 388 Beoddy, Lenora S 66 Berar, S. S 322 Beresford, Lucille M. 463- 490 Berg, Delight H. C. . 268- 445 Berg, Margaret 507 Berg, Jane 313 Ault, Garnet 419 Batter C 261-397 Aurand, L. S 394 Bauch, Christine L 64- Berge, W 350 Auspach, C. L. . . 314-336 Austin, C. W 300 Austin, Helen 62-456 Averbook, M. L 372 Averell, Bernice 202 Avery, A. N 62-356 Avery, Augusta F 494 Avery, Eloise . 268-456-463 Avery, L. B. W 62 Avery, Thelma .310-461 Axelson, O. A 409 Axford, H 193 444-480 Bauch, H. J 64-381 Bauer, C 294 Bauer, Hope 457-490 Bauer, L. E 64- 290-291-409 Bauer, T 347 Bauer, W. C 363 Baum, P 368 Bauman, R. W 64 Bausehard, F. G 404 Bauschard, H. C 64 Bauschard M 448-490 Bergelin, J. 340-365 Berger, M 382 Berger, W. E. Jr 44- 45-66-369 Berger. W. D 405 Bergman, M 317 Bergman, W. G. .314-336 Bergstein, H. M 340 Berkowitz, B. R 427 Berkowitz, Queenie E. 66- 466 Bernfield, M. A 318 Bernstein, M J 386 Ayers, V. L 339 Bauzon, C. 319 Berry, R. . 300 B Babcock, E. E 415 Babcock, F. P 402 Babcock, Margaret 204- 463 Bacher, Byrl 457 Backer, Mrs. Henry . .451 Bavager, A. E 63 Baxter, E. W 426 Bayuk, E. A 273-368 Beach, F. S 414 Beach, R. S 412 Beach, U. S 64 Beal, E 356 Berry, W. H 290-291 Bersch, C. G 66 Berton, Leanore S. 66-489 Beryl, J 190 Berz, Margaret L. 66-466 Besimer, F. B 415 Beta Theta Pi 356 Backus, Catherine E. .448 Bacon, Blossom 440- 453-485 Bacon, Ruth A 442 Badger, Jeannette E. .454 Badger, Muriel 452 Beal, Mrs. E.mer 441 Beal, F. J 64-401 Beal, J. E 350-356 Beal, Margaret 441 Beals, A. T 64-322 Beaman, F 390 Betsy Barbour 463 Bettison, R. 384 Beuhler, H. R 402 Beuhrer, D. C 412 Beuthien, W. J. ..351-412 Beutler, Norda 1 66- Badgley, C. E. ...331-418 Baer, M 374 Baer, R. 214-219-283-368 Bean, A 203- 244-254-398-417 Bean, G. W. 64-381 448-490 Beverly, F. S 193-425 Bevis, J 313 Bagley, Elizabeth 46- 62-437 Bagley, Margaret 50- 62-466 Bean, L 289 Beanblossom, Garnett J. 64 Bear, K. M 367 Beard, Ruth E 443 Beyer, Eleanor 452 Beyrl, J. W 376 Bialosky, Helen M. . . .455 Bibat, B. . . 319 Bailey, G. R. ' . . . .359-383 Beaumont Helen 466-481 Bice, C .... 202 Bailey, Gertrude 42- 62-443-471 Bailey, H. W 261-383 Beavis, Dr. C. 338 Beck, Dorothy 463 Beck, Margaret 463 Beck R A 391 Bicknell, F. B 369 Bielawski, J 32-66-338 Bierlein, Dr. K. M. .. .338 Bigelow, Anne H 204- 480-487-494 Baird, Dorothy 450 Baird, Sylvia 461 Baker, B. F 62- 203-394-415 Baker, C. E 62-413 Baker, Fannie M. 62-465 Beck, R. G 352 Becker, C. L 228-380 Becker, Nellie C 494 Becker, R. 64 Becker, Ruth E 64- 439-486 Beckham Grace G 65-456 285-444 Bigelow, B. R 406 Bigelow, F. R 289- 290-291 Bilkey, Margaret W. . . 66 Bill, D. W 411 Bills, D 206-425 Baker, G. V 314 Beckwith, F J H. 65- Billings, E 364 Baker, Myrle V. B 62 Baker, R. C 62- 276-304-328-330-384 Bald, F. W. ...63-331-428 Baldwin, A. F 428 Baldwin, C. W 387 330-403 Beebe, H. Mable 65 Beebe, H. M 373-428 Beebe, Norma Lucille .65- 465 Beery, Helen 452 Binder, Carolyn A 66 Binzer, Hilda 67-480 Binzer, Irene 67 Bird, Elcye 464 Birdi, Hazura S 322 Birdseye, R. M. .67-413 Baldwin, E. 352 Baldwin, G. S. ...379-424 Baldwin, H. L 379 Baldwin, H. E 63-379 Baldwin, L. G 331 Baldwin, Ruth 457 Bales, B 390 Ballard, Mary M 63 Ballentine, Isabelle .63-461 Balz, Edna 450 Beery, J 373 Beeson, W 388 Befeler, Dora 65-323 Behrman, J. G 65-397 Behrman, S 382 Behse, J. B 65-357 Behymer, C 270- 280-300-393 Bei, Fuh-Ru 320 Beier, C F 413 Birks, Mrs. Allene A. .67- 456 Birrell, L. M 422 Bischoff, W. E 363 Bishko, M. J 372 Bishop, C. S 192 Bishop, Harry M. 67-331 Bishop, H. M 46-399 Bishop, L. T 403 Bishop, R W 428 Bancroft, W. D 337 Banfield, Ruth . . 485-487 Bank, Esther I. 63-455-471 Banks, J. F. 376 Beierlein, 347-419 Beis, Elizabeth 456 Belcher, Esther L. 466-494 Belcher, Hazel 440 Bishop, W. C 292- 294-295-395 Bissell, F. T 400 Bilker, P. H 405 Banwell, C. A 362 Belcher, Helen 440 Bixby, G. H 398 Baragar, A. . . 353 Bell, C 290-291 Bixler, R. . . .313 Barber, Blanche B 63 Bell D 388 Black A M 377 Barber, Margaret C. 63 Barbour, Harriet I. 63-466 Barker, Elizabeth C. ..63- 313 Barker, G. H 398-404 Barley, R 373 Barnaby, C. H 197- 284-392 Barnes, Jane 465 Barnes, Janet 318-437 Bell, F. E 65-452 Bell, F. A 65-351 Bell, Glendora A 65 Bell, H. J 277 Bell, J. H. Jr 388-412 Bell, Rachael J. .65-466 Bell, Thelma E. . 65-471 Bellaire, E. J 365 Bellamy, Catherine. . . .440 Belote, G 347 Black, D. G 214-370 Black, Elizabeth C. 459- 466-489 Black, G. M. Jr 67-352 Black, K 399 Blackburn. F. W 67 Blackburn, G. A. 67-335 Blackburn, R 370 Blacksey, F. F 256 Blackwood, Helen ... 444 Belote, G. F 409 Blades, Helen 466 Barr, A. S 388-424 Barra, Beth J 463 Barrett, Beatrice M. . . 197- 444. 483 Barrett, Marguerite G 294 Barrett, Mary 42-63-444 Barnt, Mrs. Joseph . . .444 Barrua, Margaret 463 Barshney, R. W. 195-314 Bartell, Mrs. F. S 443 Bartell, Mrs. L. S 476 Barth, R 390 Barthel, T. M 376 Bartholic, F 402 Bartlett, A. A 338 Bartlett, R. W. . .208-418 Bartlett, W. Jr 418 Belser, W. A 418 Belt, M 48 Belt, W. A. Jr. ...357-422 Bement, G. W 261-406 Benbrook, A 212 Bender, W. F 398 Benedict, C. L. Jr 192 Benham, Gertrude 463-507 Benham, N. R. 65-316-362 Benjamin, S. J 66 Bennett, A 256 Bennett, C. C 197- 280-294-318-340 Bennett, J. M 48- 49-66-278-356 Bennett, Kathryn S. . 463 Bennetts, L. S 66 Blair, Elizabeth 465 Blair, Evelyn 460 Blair, E 29O-291 Blair, N. H 384 Blair, T 428 Blake, E. S 194 Blake, H 42-43-67 Blake, H. C 364 Blakely, B. W 362 Blakely, Lois L 67 Blakeslee, L. R 67 Blakeslee, Ruth 441 Blanchard, J. W 375 Blanchard, L 419 Blander, Margaret . . 67 Blaser, E. L. 42-67-276-393 Bhishfield. A. E 426 X $ 3!fc Blass, R 317 Blaszczyk, F 293 Bliesmer, A. 290-291-419 Blocker, F. F 323 Blockson, B. H 377 Bloom, Dorothy 268- 438-463-498 Bloom, H. A 293-389 Blome, Alice 451-465 Bloomrleld, C. A 361 Bloomfield, H 429 Bloomberg, L. A 389 Blum, L. B 68 Blymyer, F 68-358 Board of Directors of Woman ' s League .... 478 Bobrink, J. H 271-360 Bochnowski, A. . . .270-315 Boddy, L 68-337-402 Boden, M. ...197-214-399 Bodey, Mabel B 476 Bodmer, R 68-303 Boehm , Dorothy K. . .448 Boersma, Margaret J. . .68 Boes, B . . .391 Bofsky, M 196 Bogart, Velda 451 Bohning. Dr. Anne . . .437 Bolam, W. M 68-351 Boland, J. R 68-319 Buell, J. L. Jr 44- 72-328-335-400 Bolano, Amando . . 68-319 Bellinger, K 199 Bolln, G. W 391 Bolotin, Freida 455 Bolt, M. R 49-68-414 Bolton, Rhea 203 Bommer, L 317 Bond, Carrie Jacobs ..453 Bonell, S. S. . . 292-294-295 Bonfield, E. A. 204-273-358 Bonifield, C. L 357 Bonine, Sarah 440- 470-481-497 Bonine, W. G 362 Bonisteel, Jean L 448 Bonisteel, R. 378 Bontell, B. R 361 Booker, Alice 323 Boonstra, E 412 Booth, D 419 Booth, W. 1 400 Booth, W. J 362 Booth, Mrs. W. J 452 Booze, Esther A 195- 271-448 Bope, Linwood 452 Borg, A. A 68-196-398 Borgwald, J. H. . . .68-196 Borrelli, F 224 Borton, Bertha 461-486 Bose, J. C 322 Bosserman, R. M. 317-384 Bostelman, R. F. . .68-384 Botsky, M. S 68 Boughey, Helen . .440-480 Bourke, Beata E 68 Bourke, Rev. M. P. . . .376 Bourquin, Alice 449 Bourquin, Jessie 449 Bouton, F 69-44 Bovard, A. J 369 Bovard, T. F 224-394 Bovee, S. C 380 Bowbeer, N. M 289 Bowen, Mary E. . .202-459 Bowen, W. K 338 Bower, W. E 363 Bowerfield, L. E 391 Bowers, A. T 416 Bowers, Anderson T. 46-69 Bowers, Dorothea . .69-461 Bowers, H. R 420 Bowers, Madeline . . 69-465 Bowers, R. H 69-356 flowersox, N. C 42- 69-295-298-342 Bowling, A. F. Jr 69 Boxer, H 203 Boyce, J. P 426 Boyer, J. F. . 69- 276-327-404 Boyer, R. M 364 Boylan, M 419 Boyle, Dona 272 Boyle, J. B. . .48- 69-276-329-417 Boyle, T. R 192-414 Boyne, J. E 361 Boystrom, T. 50-51 Boyts, P. H 30-69-385 Bradbury, Helen L 69 Braddock, J. S. ... 199-352 Braden, S 409 Bradfield, Mrs. J 452 Brading, F. J 393 Bradley, Esther 69 Bradley, G 300-379 Bradley, R. A 69 Bradshaw, P. S. . . 208-409 Brady, E. M 197-376 Brady, Ruth 69- 447-459-485 Braendle, Donna 1 70 Bragg, Mrs. E . .437 Braidwood, R. J 404 Braitman, L 423 Branch, C 373 Branch, J 373 Branch, W. C 308-309 Brand, B 70-423 Brand, Dorothy B 70 Brand, R. S 353 Brandt, Leona M 494 Brant, G. W 385 Branagan, Helen L. 70-442 Branagan, Neva L 70 Brantingham, Martha .450 Brasher, Lois A 42- 70-448-490 Braslau, Sophie 453 Brake, D. P 234 Breaky, J. F 416 Breaky, Mrs. J 449 Breckinridge, B. R. ...355 Bredvold, Mrs. L. I 450 Bredt, C. B 330 Breed, Mrs. Christine .444 Breer, Margaret H. . .268- 452-470-483 Brennan, J. W 70- 186-308-332 Brennan, Mary T 463 Brenneman, Esther. . . .437 Brenner, I). L 70-346 Brenner, E. J 70 Bretschneider, Alma . .448 Bretschneider, L. A. ..379 Brewster, L. S. . . . 192-378 Breyer, W. R 272 Bridgman, J. M 70 Bridgman, M. J 314 Brier, Muriel 463 Briggs, Mrs. Carrol . . .442 Briggs, C 70- 211-257-326-384 Briggs, F. R 354 Briggs, Louise 268-452-470 Bright, Elizabeth 450 Brikman, E. M. . . .70-421 Brill, A. W 318 Brimacombe, F. C 42- 70-380 Brink, E. H 408 Brinson, P 309 Brisbin, G. H 385 Bristol, Anne L. ...70-466 Britt, O. W 394 Brittain, Fern M 442 Britz, M. J 71-427 Broad, Edith M 492 Broad, W. J 71 Brockett, D. R 408 Brockett, Ruth 492 Brockway, E 402 Brody, R. B 192-427 Broehm, M 485 Brome, W 294 Bromley, W. T 402 Bromme, W 71-380 Brookins, W. E 304 Brookins, W. T 71- 330-383 Brooks, Lucille T 492 Brooks, P. F 420 Brooks, P. L 194 Brooks, P. C 270 Brophy, G. 375 Brouer, H. A 339 Broughton, Beryl I. . . .447 Brow, R. A 71-376 Brower, Thelma M. . . .447 Brown, Alice E. .300-454 Brown, C. H 350 Brown, C. G 71-391 Brown, C. H 71-328 Brown, D. E 378 Brown, D. M 271 Brown, Elizabeth M. . .71 Brown, G. G 387-400 Brown, G. H 348 Brown, G. T 47-71 Brown, Helen 313- 441-466-490 Brown, Helen B 463 Brown, Helen 1 490 Brown, H. A 204-358 Brown, J. 398 Brown, J. Y 420 Brown, J 300 Brown, J. G. Jr 426 Brown, J. D 409 Brown, Julia R 71- 272-438 Brown, L. F 269-375 Brown, L. E 393 Brown, Marguerite E. . .71 Brown, Mary Louise .463- 486-494 Brown, O. H 289- 290-291-380 Brown, P. N 205-390 Brown, R. H 393- 412-417 Brown, R. J 416 Brown, Virginia 449 Brown, W. E 378 Brown, W. H 393 Brownell, C. W. . . 269-370 Brownell, D. H 300 Brownless, L. C 394 Brozovich, J 313 Brubaker, H. A 340 Bruce, H. A 71-480 Bruce, R. D 295 Brumbaugh, H 419 Brumbaugh, N. K. 408-422 Brumbaugh, W. D. Jr. .365 Bruning, W. J 380 Brunnar, F 207 Bruns, D. R 71 Brunsting, H 419 Brunswick, J. E. . .270-386 Bruske, P. W. 283-292-387 Bryant, P. S 360 Buchalter, A 410 Buchanan, W. T 375 Buck, Margaret E 50- 71-452 Buck, R. M 355 Buckborough, M. W. .409 Buckingham, L. F. . . .263- ' 293-406 Budde, N. J 72 Budnik, A 315 Hudson, D 72-423 Buehrer, Gladys E. ..445- 490 Buell, L. Jr 45-209-234 Buell, D. H 400 Buell, Genevieve E. . . . 72- 473-484-489 Buell, J. L. Jr 44- 72-328-335-400 Buell, Mrs. Marion. . . .445 Buenting, Mary J 460 Buffington, Mrs. Mary 442 Buhrer, Catherine A. ..72- 443-453 Buick, R. D. ..72-335-379 Bulkley, Mrs. H. C. ..466 Bull, M. G 365 Bullock, R. W 371 Bullock, Vivien 462 Bulman, L. S 72- 288-344-399 Bumgarner, Evelyn . . .465 Bummer, F 425 Bunin, 1 427 Bunker, C. F 354 Burch, B 409 Burch, H .- 412 Burck, Mildred E 72 Burd, W. W 290- 291-345-363 Burger, C 270 Burger, F 351 Burger, L. L 396 Burgess, G. D. .72-194-420 Burgess, L 55 Burgman, L. G 385 Burhans, G. N 411 Burhans, R. A 72- 290-291-345-428 Burke, Evelyn K 72 Burke, G. T 279-376 Burke, H 201-425 Burkhard, J. H 72 Burkhardt, Annette 72-440 Burkhardt, H 310 Burkman, N. W 412 Burman, T. S 455 Burnam, Lillian 444 Burnam, S. M. B 358 Burnesaon, M. 380 Burnham, J. A 73 Burnham, J 73-377 Burns, F 286 Burns, Irma 466 Burns, Mary 456-465 Burnstein, S 372 Burris, F. L 398-418 Burris, G. J 360-417 Burroughs, E. T 353 Burroughs, P. L 73 Burrowes, R 390 Burrows, R 42-352 Bursley, P. C 406 Burstein, A 382 Burt, Marie Louise . .312- 449-472 Burton, P. 189-283-303-356 Burtt, Charlotte ..457-466 Busch, F. " W 357 Busch, R 42-73-450 Busch, W. C 369 Bush, Doris M 73 Bush, Margaret 204- 465-486 Bushnell, L. P 357 Business Ad Club 311 Butcher, Catherine P. . . 73 Butler, D 373 Butler, Kathryn E 445 Butler, L 73-383 Butler, R. E 207-412 Butler, W. H 318-400 Butterfield, E. S 360 Butterfield, M. W 379 Button, E. G 408 Buzzard, W. W 428 Byce, R. C 420 Byers, Anita 457 Byrum, Mrs. E. A. . . 452 Bystrom, T. L. 73-314-336 C Cadwell, Mrs. Fred ...441 Cady, S. H. Jr 42- 73-270-276-326-354 Cahow, P. D 336 Cain, A. B 300 Cain, B 273-300-340 Cain, M. H 398 Caine, R. T 375 Cairnes, C. F 316 Cake, Catherine . . . 73-464 Calkins, H. S 73 Callahan. I. E 73 Callender, Alice . . 73-456 Calvin, H. P 330-403 Cameron, J. D 416 Cameron, W 48-73 Camerson, O 424 Campbell, A. J 242 Campbell, B. L 411 Campbell, C. A 358 Campbell, Dorothy ..202- 480 Campbell, Elizabeth E. 74- 457-483 Campbell, Helen W. ..473 Campbell, J 361-416 Campbell, Jean . 270-463 Campbell, Katherine. .465- 487 Campbell, Phoebe .74-313 Campbell, R. H 412 Campbell, R 286- 290-291-292-316-345- 350-380-413 Campbell, W. M 52-74 Campbell, W. C. Jr. . . 188- 333-387-429 Canby, Lucille 458 Canby, Pauline 458 Candler, G. V 406 Canfield, H. L 385 Canfield, N 229-424 Canfield, Mrs. R. B. . 437 Cannan, Lila R 473 Cannon, Mrs. Helen . .476 Cannon, Dr. Helen . . .437 Cantor, M 74 Caplan, Anne B. . . .74-455 Caple, Clara 442-486 Capp, C. S 418 Capron, H. G 273-357 Caraway, J. E 347 Carbeck, E. B 74-330 Cardew, Helen H 492 Cardew, W 314 Carey, H. N 403 Carey, Margaret C. . . . 459 Carl, H. R 389 Carl, Ruth M 74 Carlson, Maude C. ...494 Carlson, W. S 384 Carlton, D. C 379 Carmichael, G. A. .331- 391-424 Garner, 317 Carney, F. B 305 Carpenter, Dorothy . . 480- 489 Carpenter, L. C. Jr. . . 188- 392 Carr, Anna 480 Carr, B. L 205 Carr, H. G 425 Carr, Mary E 74- 290-291-440-480 Carr, R. E 369 Carrel, Helen 465 Carrow, Teressa 444 Carson, Isabel 323 Carson, R. E 358 Carten, Esther 480 Carter, Clare F. ..224-399 Carter, C 429 Carter, J. 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G 188- 270-352 Chan, Ruth ..318-463-476 Chandler, J. P 75-415 Chang, H. C 320 Chang, Kuo, A 320 Chang, N. N 320 Chang, R 320 Chang, Y. E 320 Channer, G. S. ...341-377 Chao, EnC 320 Chao, Yu M 320 Chapman, R. M 401 Chapman, R. C 224- 366-375 Chapman, S. M 293 Chappie, C. C. 331-406-416 Charter, H. W. . . 299-300 Chase, C. L 75 Chase, G. E 381 Chase, H. J 75 Chase, Katherine 449 Chavenelle, Marjorie .453- 484-490 Cheatham, Vivian 459 Cheever, Mrs. Jennie . 318 Chen, ChangC 320 Chen, Florence H. 318-320 Chen, G. M 320 Chen, Ruth 320 Chenault, J 373 Cheng, T. H 320 Cherry, J. B 323 Cherry, R. F 375 Chew, R. Y. ..76-318-320 Chi Delta Phi 488 Chi Omega 443 Chi Phi 357 Chi Psi 358 Chichester, 1 352 Child, Eunice 481-489 Childs, T. D 363 Chinese Students Club 320 Chipman, Mrs. D. C. .456 Chipman, Jope 456 Chisholm, Kathleen ...76- 294-472-484 Chisnell, L. W 412 Chojnacki, S 315 Chon, W. L. . .281-340-405 Chowdhery, G. M. ...322 Choy, A. 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J 376 Coy, Marian .80-439-490 Coyne, Elizabeth S. .80- 447-466-489 Cozad, Dorothy . 453-490 Crabtree, W. C 409 Craft, Laura E 80- 473-480-484 Craftsmen 316 Cragin, R. A 214-356 Craig. J. B. .212-358-361 Craig, J.C 308-309 Crain, W. L. . 193-338-429 Cramer, E. H Cramer, H 277 Crampton, F 375 Crampton, Gertrude. . .480 Cramton, Irene 80-313-494 Cramton, Margaret . . .456 Cranage, T 358 Crandall, F 383 Crane, Alice 443-481 Crane, C. L 406 Crane, P. M. .258-273-293 Crane, R. F Crane, W Cranford, Helen . . Cranna, Nancy M. Crase, Myrtle I. . . Crocker, F 452 Davidson, L 83-382 Crocker, Fandira 463 Davidson, M 457-500 Crocker, F. S 80-377 Davidson, R. A 44- Crocker, Geraldine .437 45-313-330-403 Crofton, W. P ...81 Davies, Elizabeth S. .294- Crofts, Addie 313-439 453-480 Crogan, J. D 48-80 Davies, J. T 379 Croll, M. M 410 Davies, V 83-292-294 Croll, M 81 Davies, Mrs. V! 444 Croll, S 410 Davies, W. S 390 Cronin, Elizabeth L. .448 Davis, C. M 338-364 Cronwall, S. 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J 290-291 51-81-453-458-466 De Bevoise, Helen 439 Cummings, E. S. Jr. 358 DeBow, L. A. . 83 Cummings, E. C. .270-411 DeCamp, J. W. . . 270-393 Cummings, H 419 Decker, C. G 402 Cummings, J. P. . . 81-370 Decker, F. J 336 Cummings, Janet 450- Decker, Marjorie 83- 481-496 466-481 Cumingham, E 373 Decker, W. E 83 Cunningham, J. A. 269-369 Decker, W. B 401-414 Cunningham, M. W. ,350 DeCou, J. C 84 Curl, L. C 293-413 DeCou, W. H 420 Currie, D. N 300-379 Decrausaz, D 290-291 Currie, Dorothy L 81- DeField, Tressa 480 463-478 DeFoe, Rose 490 .448-494 DeFur, E 415 480 DeGraff, A. G 84-304 3.12 193 313 .80 80 196 .80 Crawford! Helen G 42- 80-460-483 Crawford, K. R 80- 298-360 375 Crawford, W. B 80- 259-404 299-362-383 Crego, W 204-224-399 , . v;ittoc t IIMJII.; Conlin, E. F 376 Crawford, C Conlin, J. .48-78-329-354 Crawford, G. S. Conlin, J. N 354 " Conlon, T. L 354 Conn, R. A 380 Connelly, J. H 412 Connely, A. W. Connor, A. D. . 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F. ...352-416 Delf, Phyllis E 458 Cuthbert, F 310 De Line, Muriel E. 480-494 Cutler, C. M 385 Dell, G. W 84 Cutler, Elizabeth 440 Delp, L. A. . .290-291-408 Cutler, Lucille 458 Delta Alpha Epsilon Cutting, Margaret 441-466 Delta Chi Cutting, Mary A 439 Delta Delta Delta Cyrowski, A 315 Delta Gamma Czaja, Z. G 82-315 Delta Kappa Epsilon Delta Omicron D Delta Phi Daft, F 42-82-376 Delta Sigma Delta Dahl, R. J 242 Delta Sigma Phi I- ' l tUlt, iV. t) 384 Dahlberg, L. O. 353 Delta Sigma Pi Dahle, Helen ..... 268-445 Delta Sigma Rho Dahlem, A. G. . . 197-351 Delta Tau Delta Daker, C. C .......... 355 Delta Theta Phi . Dalby, R. G ...... 208-409 Delta Upsilon ..... Daley, B. A .......... 385 Delta Zeta ....... Dalton, E. W ........ 387 DeLude, L ....... Dalton, J ............ 373 Demmink, G. ... Dalton, T ............ 373 Dempster, H. G. Damm, A. R .......... 413 De Munnik, J ..... D ' Amour, Madalyn R. 459 den Bleyher, A. B. Danby, L. T .......... 82 Denier, W. H. ... 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W. ..415 Deutsch, M. W. ...408 De Vine, E. H. . . 46- De Vine, F. L. 331-338-358-424 De Vol. Elizabeth Davey, M. A. E 192 Devore, R. T.. 450 Davidson, H. L 82-382 438 . . 453 .84-414 .. .310 .... 288 .... 289 ....416 273-386 398 . .376 . . .456 42- 84-326-327-387 de Vries, Jean 444-466 deVries, S 201-425 Dewar, Christine A. . . .84 DeWitt, C. C 337 DeWitt, F. J 340-367 DeWitt, Oesta 451 Dewy, R. S 42- 43-84-214-216 Dester, Kathryn . . 465-489 Dey, M. C 363 Diack, A 278 Diack, Mrs. A. W. 456-465 Diack, S 416 Diakoff, A. J. 303-318-335 Diamond, A 192-427 Diamond, Kathryn 85-461 Diaz, M. R. 313 Dibble, W. J. 85-273-363 Dicken, H. C 85-351 Dickens, Helen 85 Dickey, J 390 Dickey, L. D 85-362 Dickey, R. M 390 Dickinson, Nellie H. ..85- 440-490 Dickinson, S. S.. . . Diekhoff, Frieda . . Diekhoff, J. S Dietrich, Mary .... Dietrich, S. J Dietsch, E Dietz, P. H Di Francesco, S. R. Dillon, Errema G. . Dillon, J. G Dimond, S. E. 278 445 399 .451 360 317 .363 . .85 . .85 363 .85- Dine, H. E. 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L ............ 320 Dooge, Mrs. M. L. ...456 Doran, S. A .......... 242 Dorrance, A. G. .. ' ... .330 Doster, Etruria ....... 86- 469-481-499 Doten, R ............. 48- 86-329-384-415 Dottenheim, M ....... 374 Doty, C. A ....... 224-365 Doty, E ...... 191-338-424 Doty, R. J ............ 86 Doty, E. W ............ 86 Doubleday, D. B ...... 56- Doubleday, D. F ..... 272- 293-404 Dougall, C. R ........ 364 Dougall, T. J ...... 293-404 Doughman, J. D ...... 388 Douglas, G. W. : ..... 378 Douglas, Mrs. H. .449-465 Douglas, H. V ........ 378 Douglas, L. H. . . .224-381 Douglas, W. H ....... 207- 307-354-412 Doudna, H. E ........ 428 Dow, Jean ........... 444 Dow, Margaret G ..... 441 Dow, P ....... 86-337-408 Downey, Martha ..... 318 Downie, Elizabeth ____ 480 Downs, Mary B ....... 86 Dowzer, O. L ......... 362 Doyle, B. K ....... 192-426 Doyle. F ..... 191-331-409 Doyle, R. F ...... 244-249 ft - z %!$Z - $ffc Drabichi, J. S 315 Drake, J. 381 Drake, M. J 340 Drake, O. J 242 Draper, J. C 387 Drebin, S. R 86-396 Drechsler, E. A. ..86-406 Dreifus, Myra F 86- 468-469-481-499 Drescher, Margaret ... 318 Drescher, Mildred G. 86- 322-473-494 Dresser, Faustina 87 Dressier, Jeanette . . . .459 Dressier, W. S 315 Drevdahl, C. G 412 Driver, Ruth L 87 Drukek, Irene 459 Druids .327 Drukker, H. L 408 Drummond, L. L 363 Drury, W. R 402 Ducket, W. 1 426 Duckinan, L. . 224-242-389 Dudd, Edna L 87 Dudley, H. W 42- 87-381-414 Dudley, Mrs. J. M. . . .436 Duff, E. M 392 Duff ield, F. H 361 Duffield, J. E. Jr 197- 284-354 Duffy, J. E 48- 87-209-329-346-358 Dumbrille, K. E 314 Duncan, Mildred D 87 Duncanson, D 414 Dunham, D. B 87 Dunlap, H 419 Dunlap, H. E 87-384 Dunlop, Roberta .457-463 Dunn, Ethel P 87 Dunn, J 391 Dunn, J. J 342-385 Dunn, W. W 425 Dunnebacke, Mary L. 87- 463 Dunnewind, Frances A. 87- 441-480-481-489-497 Dunning, D. W 87-363 Dunwell, M 202 Durant, T. M 409 Durant, W 370 Durfee, M. L 87-418 Durham, J. U 340 Dykstra, G. 87 E Eagleson, S 375 Earhart, Mrs. H. B. ..494 Earl, Virginia A 313- 473-466 Earle, G. N 380 Easterly, E. Jr 340 Eastlake, R 321 Eastlich, K. A 412 Eastman, Louise . . 188-450 Eastman, R. C 350 Eberbach, Linda .449 Eberhart, P. M. . . 88 Eblen, B. D 426 Ecker, C. B 370 Ecker, J 193-410 Eckerman, C. F. . . . 362 Eckerman, R. A 362 Eddy, R. M 256-398 Edelman, Grace S. 455-486 Edelson, C. N. 270-340-386 Eder, S 410 Edgar, V. G. .234-238-327 Edgar, V. T 42 Edmison, P. J 406 Edmunds, E. C 381 Edwards, A. D 88 Edwards, W. D. 375 Edwards, W. E. 365-375 Edwards, Helen L 88- 463-473-480 Effinger, E. E 52 Eggenberger, W. J 52 Eggert, Margaret E 88 Eggleston, G. H. . 378 Ehlers, R. B. 44- 288-289-304-328-335- 344 Eichenhofer, H. J. 304-402 Eichhorn, F. F. . . 88 Eick, N. J 88 Eirieh, Margaret 88- 294-442-4S4 Eisentrager, L. R 376 Eiserman, L. 299-300-413 Eklund, W. G. 384 Ekvald, L. E 39S Eller, W. H 290-291 Elliot, A. B 337-408 Elliot, Frances E. . . 88 Elliot, J. T 355 Elliot, S. B. ... 88-332-409 Elliot, W. . 300 Elliott, E 396 Elliott, H. A 403 Ellis, M. A 88-419 Ellis, W. B 393-402 Ellison, Mildred 466 Ely, lone 468 Ely, S. H 81 Ely, S. A 411 Eman, V. H 425 Emery, C. B 378 Emery, Florence A 89 Emery, H. P 406 Emery, Mary C 452 Emery, W. M. 270-340-363 Emmerson, H. W. . .350- 355-416-420 Emovi, Mus 321 Emovi, Yasuhei 321 Empson, G. R 379 Empson, L. N 89-379 Endelman, O. 487-490-494 Enders, R. K 338 Endres, C. D 89 Endries, P. . . 188-263-399 EnEarl, F. A. 89-304-355 EnEarl, R. O. 89-303-335 Engelbach, A. G. .89-428 Engelken, R. M 393 Engineering Council 277 Engle, J. T 48-89 English, Victoria . 313-480 Ensel, L. W 405 Ensminger, Mrs. Fred . 459 Eovaldi, B 192 Erickson, D. Y. 415-379 Erickson, H 256 Erickson, L. E 403 Erickson, P. R 48-89 Ernst, Marguerite . . . .454 Erwin, C 387 Erwin, Grace 460 Erw in, J 412 Eshleman, F. K. . . 89-385 Esman, M 386 Esselstyne, Donna 443-457 Essenburg, J. L 89 Estabrook, Helen N. . . 459 Estavillo, F. E 319 Estis, W 300 Estrin, Rose 318 Ettinger, E. E 89-338 Eugene, A. K 89 Eu.Yang, Sih 320 Evans, Eelight 480 Evans, Dorothy E. . . .454 Evans, E. S. Jr 387 Evans, Katheryn 451 Evans, Mary 451 Evans, R 204 Evely, A. L 89-388 Everett, G. E 379 Everett, Mrs. J. J 456 Ewell, Adele 268-465 Ewen, L. D. . 89- 328-330-351 Ewen, Mrs 452 Ewing, J. F 378 F Pagan, C 463-486 Fagg, Helen 457 Failing, W. P 309 Fair. B. B 331 Fair, Susie E 492 Fairbairn, Elizabeth ..454 Fairclough, W 323 Falcone, N 290-291 Falconer, R. D 378 Falk, M 368 Farcas, Josephine . 454-480 Farguhar, G. A. .90-404 Farmer, R. E 370 Farrar, Geraldine 354 Farrell, W. R 366 Fasquelle, R 364 Faulkner, F. C 420 Faulkner, R. ..90-310-380 Faust, Mrs. W. H 444 Fauster, C. . . 273-292-352 Fauver, W. A 365-422 Fay, Maude 453 Fayte, Maggie 453 Fead, Francina H. .442- 457-490 Fead, Margaret 450 Fearon, Dora 318 Fechheimer, R. F 405 Feelv, F. J 211-259 Fehlig, H. J 395 Feinberg, M 374 Feinburg, M. E 52- 53-90-382-410 Feinsinger, N. P. 192- 244-247-255-368 Felix, H. S 304 Fellows, Alice 465 Fellows, Helen 465 Fellows, J 408 Fellows, J. R 229-419 Felske, Alice 50-90-460-481 Fenner, S. D 90-373 Fenstermacher, W. A. 46- 47-90-331-418 Ferguson, F. R 90 Ferguson, F 318 Ferguson, G. W 409 Ferguson, Katherine 188- 444 Ferguson, W. N 366 Ferriby, Beatrice M. . . ,9D Ferrin, Winifred 436 Ferris, G. F 90-415 Fewtrell, Helen W. .90-461 Fichtel, Mari 466 Fiebig, H. C 381 Fiegel, Lucille K 90 Field, Dorothy M 447 Field, H.G 400-409 Field, Irene R 90- 452-468-473-480-481- 497-499-500 Field, Kate Keith .457-489 Fielstra, G. E 318-323 Fierer, Hilda 455 Fierer, Ruth 455 Fiero, R. P 353-418 File, Margaret F 447 Finch, D. 1 408 Finch, R. E. . .270-340-380 Findley, Helen 459 Findley, P 207 Findley, R. B 398 Fine, Cecelia L 90- 457-466-486 Fine, Ruth 465-487 Fineman, J. J.. 90-201-410 Fines, C. H 362 Fink, I. E 372 Fink, Mildred 438 Finkelstein, Rabbi A. H. 281 Finkleman, May 91 Finkler, L. 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H 210- 211-244-246-365-416 Fribley, Florence M. . .94- 454 Friday, Elizabeth I. . .442 Friday, Isabel B 443 Fried, Dorothy 466 Friedman, A 372 Friedman, A 410 Friedman, B 210r 211-212-214-215-234- 237-326-389 Friedman, J. J 94-295 Friedman, M. W 94 Friedman, Nina B 94 Friedman, R 373 Friedman, S. I. .273-389 Friend, J. B 340 Fries, C. C 336 Fries, Mrs. Charles ...445 Frissel, J. M.. 270-310-411 Froemke, H 377 Frohman, I. G 421 Frohne, Katherine 271- 456-463 Frost, M. . . . . 410 Frue, W. C 203-417 Fu, Ying 320-337 Fuchs, Elizabeth 438 Fuchs, Miriam 438 Fuller, D. J. 271-398 Fuller, F. W. 363 Fuller, H. T 418 Fuller, H. H 314 Fuller, J. B 336 Fuller, R. C 295-398 Fuller, W. 1 350 Fullmer, M 480 Fulton, R. B. 94-342-417 Fulton, 8. . 203 Fung, F. S 320 Funk, Margaret L. .190- 441-483 Funke, A. C 94 Funke, P. J 94 Furlong, Alice M 94 Furetenburg, Mrs. A. C. Futcher, J. F 415 G Gabel, N 188- 214-217-333-356 Gabler, C. L 365 Gaddes, R 388 Gaensslem, P 362 Gage, A. K 362 Gage, C. 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A 95 Geister, W. E 224 Genis, B 397 Genthe, R. E 366 Georg, C 419 Georg, M. H 442 George, F 387 George, R. E 379 Gerhing, W. E 354 Germansky, A 95 Gernhard, B. R 360 Gerow, Katherine 452 Gervais, H. L. 95-342-426 Gessner, R. . . 270-295-282 Gibbs, R. E 381 Gibson, G. A 352 Gibson, P 370 Gies, R. C. 199-293-376 Gies, Virginia M. . 199-441 Gilbert, C. B 188-392 Gilbert, L. M 188- 214-218-333-404 Gilbert, S. J. 290-291-386 Gilderskeve, F. A. 190-411 Giles, M. K 290- 291-344-345-378 Giles, W. B. .. .95-346-378 Gilford, E. C. 95-344-345 Gill, Mrs. C. W 494 Gill, Frances 441 Gillespie, J. T 95-385 Gillespie, W 480 Gillet, Marquita M. 96-494 Gillette, Virginia R. 96-448 Gillette, W. A. .283-412 Gilligham, A 188-364 Gillis, Margaret 490 Oilman, Jean 486 Gilmartin, J. R 198- 242-277-354 Ginn, D. R. 360 Ginsburg, P 405 Girard, Helen 460 Girardin, H. A 96 Gitman, W 388 Givelber, M 96 Given, Thelma 453 Gjelness, R. H 402 Glacer, D 318 Glaize, Virginia 449 Glaspie, Elizabeth ... 465 Glazer, A. M 421 5 fes Glen, Enid 486 Glen, H 425 Glew, H. H 314 Glencer, Coleman J. . .270 Glendinning, R. M. ... 339 Glencer, C. J 318 Glover, Mis. C. C. ...436 Glover, D. T 285-390 Glover, F. S 42- 96-259-266-276-278-280- 326-358 Glover, Grace 453-466-490 Glover, J. H 188-358 Gluck, Alma 453 Gluckman, N. A 96 Goddard, E. N. 96-339-398 Goddard, L. H 398 Godfrey, R. H 400 Godfrey, W 351 Goering, G. W 393 Goetz, Angus 416 Goetz, E. G 236-401 Gohring, R. A. 292-293-373 Gold, D. N 396 Goldberg, G. E. ..96-396 Goldberg, Gusta 455 Goldberg, H 372 Goldberg, S 48-96-405 Golden, J. R 323-371 Golden, L. A 372 Goldhammer, M. .382-421 Goldman, B. J 96-323 Goldman, B. .96-281-397 Goldman, J 96-196 Goldman, J. M 273 Goldsmith, J. D. . 96-389 Goldstein, 1 372 Goldstein, M. G 396 Goltz, L 313 Goman, L. D 418 Gomberg, E. R 96- 281-297-342 Gonzalez, Dr. Eva . . . .319 Goodale, M. E 442 Goodall, R. W 97- 295-385-415 Goodell, Molly 463 Goodman, L 289 Goodman, Marguerite .97- 472-484 Goodman, Norma . .97-438 .Goodrich, C 356 Goodrich, Elizabeth C. 97 Goodrich, F. L 375 Goodrich, Prof. H. F. 329- 342-354-417 Goodrich, J. E 97-304 Goodrich, L. K 375 Goodrich, M. E 418 Goodrich, R. C 391 Goodson, Katharine ..453 Goodspeed, T. H 365 Goodyear, J. J 356 Goodwillie, Emma L. . 97- 460 Goodwin, J. H 361 Goodwin, M. G 417 Gorelick, H. S 97 Gormley, J. E 97-304 Cos, S 318 Goshkin, M 427 Goss, Mrs. A. H 494 Goudy, Alice M. . . .97-458 Goudy, W. 314 Gould, H. L 385 Gould, M 323 Gouldethorpe, H 44- 97-274-303-335-367 Covert, G.W 417 Gowe, R 242 Gowen, E 375 Gowery, E 256 Gowery, J ..256 Grab, R. M 244-245 Grabowsky, H 268- 438-463-481-498 Grabowsky, Rosalie. . .268- 438 Grace, C. W 363 Graeber, C. K ..339 Graf, L. A 97 Gragg, B 373 Graham, C. W 387 Graham, Esther H. 97-442 Graham, H 323 Graham, Lucille 97- 447-493 Graham, Majessa M. . .97 Graham, R 289-293 Graham, W. F 98- 269-326-377 Grandy, Anna 98-444 Granville, R 350 Grass], A. F 98 Gratiot, H. 391 Grattan, Nelle .98-440-486 Gray, C. M 380 Gray, J. T. 305 Gray, J 398 Gray, J. R 323 Gray, Muriel 310 Gray, V. M 323-371 Gray, W. H 98-310 Greeley, C. E 428 Greeley, P. 428 Green, A. E 365 Green, C. S 42-369 Green, Edith M 98 Green, Florence 444 Green, H. A 193-425 Green, H 426 Green, H. B 98-316 Green, M. S 98 Green, M 399 Green, 8. A 399 Greenberg, Beatrice . .271- 438 Greenberg, B. B 423 Greenberg, Carmen . . .438 Greenberg, S 421 Greene, G. H 290-291 Greene, Margaret H. . .98- 490 Greene, Marian E. .98-466 Greene, N. A 296- 299-448-466-486 Greene, W. C 98-363 Greene, W. R 384 Greenidge, C 402 jGreenshields, Jean . . . 188- 268-440-470 Greenshields, Mary . . .98- 440-483 Greenspan, E. B. 386-421 Greenwald, Gertrude . . 465 Greenwald, H. T 214- 217-396 Greenwood, Mrs. M. . .452 Gregorio, B 319 Gregorio, D. H. 318-319 Grigory, F. E 377 Greig, W. A 289 Greiling, C 44- 98-330-403 Greiner, W. K 417 Greist, Charlotte R. ..447 Gremel, E. C 295-393 Gridley, Harriet 449 Grier, J. S 274-379 Grierson, E. W. .50-98-314 Griesemer, Ruth G.. . .318- 322 Griess, J 390 Griest, R. S 358-422 Grieve, Margaret M. . 99- 459 Griffing, E. K 384 Griffing, M. S 384 Griffith, Dorothy 465 Griffiths, Catherine S. .99 Griffiths, J 203 Grigg, A. P 358 Grimm, C. W 377 Grindley, Catherine 99-456 Grinnell, Ellen A 197- 284-450-478 Grinnell, H. S 209- 214-222-276-283-333- 354 Grinnell, W. E 99 Grismore, G. C. . 329-417 Groff, Ellen F 445- 470-478-490 Groff, Lucile G. 99-445-473 Grohman, Rachel E. .454- 490 Gross, B. A 421 Gross, Helen 465 Gross, Margaret 270 Grout, M. E 426 Groves, B. E 400 Grover, Hazel 465-490 Gruber, Elaine 270 Gruner, W 383 Grunow, R. N 404 Guardia, C 318 Guardia, J 318 Gudakunst, Mary Lois 99- 294-443-472-484 Guerkin, Jean 480 Guernsey, E. D 99-403 Guest, Adelia 481 Guest, E 48-99 Guffey, J. M 99 Guffey, W. F 99 Gulden, E. W 307 Gulick, Gertrude B. . . .50- 99-456-499 Gulick, Phyllis ....99-466 Gunderson, H. J 270 Gundlach, H. M 99 Gunther, J. E 415 Gurman, B. G 396 Gurr, W. W 370 Gustafson, C. A 353 Gustafson, E. W 385 Gustin, Frances 26 - 272-318 Gustine, Helen 460 Gutekunst, E. H 99- 272-343-363 Guthe, Mrs. Carl 444 Guttmann, Mae . 100-396 Gwinner, Wilma A. . .454 H Haag, W. H 334-392 Haas, Dorothy E 448 Haass, E. H 100 Haass, O. E 100 Hacker, E. W 354 Hackett, J. W 363 Hackfield, A. W. . . 100-351 Haddock, Sally 480 Hadley, Helen . . 100-463 Hadley, P 365 Hagan, D 429 Hagedorn, Nell 481 Hagelshaw, G. L 428 Hagemeister, O. F. ...414 Hagen, Dorothy M. . 100- 458-466 Hager, H. H 393 Hager, R. J 412 Haggerty, G. S. . .361-422 Haight, H. H 46- 100-331-357-409 Hake, Esther R 100 Halchadowian, E. S 103 Hale, Leona 494 Haley, G. J 425 Hall, D 289 Hall, E 383 Hall, E. B 100 Hall, F. A 394 Hall, Foster W 334 Hall, G. C 416 Hall, H. A 100-373 Hall House 464 Hall, J. R 403 Hall, L. 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J 364 Hansen, Catherine . . . .464 Hansen, H. C 46-101 Hansen, H. S 101-401 Hansen, H 424 Hansen, J. H 101- 304-330-335 Hanslovsky, J. A 367 Hanslovsky, J. H 318 Hanson, J. H 44-45 Hapke, J. A. . 198-284-340 Harbaugh, W. D. .293-354 Harden, K 101-323 Harden, K 371 Hardenburgh, Gertrude 101 Harder, Clara E 413 Harder, J. R 101-364 Hardgrove, G. L 418 Hardin, B. J 102 Hardin, J. M 402 Harding, A. L. ... 102-346 Harding, F. 1 352 Harding, H. B 289 Harding, Mary L 102 Hardisty, N. M. ..191-428 Hardy, H. T 323-371 Hardy, Mildred 463- 481-498 Hardy, P 102 Hardy, R. F. . 102-303-305 Haren, T. K 271 Harger, Beulah B. 102-451 Harlan, R. J 377 Harley, J. S 102-393 Harlocker, F. L 48- 49-102-329-346-415 Harlow, F. M 357 Harman, T. M. . .351-422 Harper, F. R 102- 338-347-424 Harr, R. V 102 Harridge, R. H 102 Harrigan, F. A 214- 226-228-354 Harrigan, Lucile F 102 Harrington, G. J 376 Harris, C. E 102- 330-394-400 Harris, E. J 295 Harris, E. 281-298-342-386 Harris, Mildres 438 Harris, N. 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E. 422 Houseworth, M 272 Houston J C 205-285 Hyde, E. J 286 Hyde L V F 110-379 Hittle Lucile , 440 Howard Mary A 448 Hitzig, R. 382 Howard W M 323 Hyman, L C 110-272-374 Hixson, D. F 376 Hymans, Ella 457 Hjertsteat, Elmira . . . .480 Ho, Kai 320 Howbridge, Margaret 108- 451 Hyslop, M. L 443 Hoad, Ellberta 1 108 Howe, C. B 362 Ibbotson, G. M 366 Hoad, Hortense 449 Hoad, W. M 107-365 Hoadley, L. D 44- 107-304-330-403 Hobart, R. P 381 Hobbs, Laura 318 Hobbs, Virginia E. . . . 107- 445-457-490 Howe, Lucille .. .457-463 Howe, Ruby 450-463 Howe, W 109-289 Howell, D. A 392 Howell, J. S 300-426 Howell, R. B 412 Howell, Mrs. R 436 Rowland, A. W 409 Ibbotson, Mrs. G. M. .456 Icove, M. E 270 Iddings, lona 110- 318-480-494 Ide, E. C 395 Imerman, C. P. . . .111-374 Immelman, J. P Ill Immelman, Katherine .111 Hobbs, Winifred 450 Hewlett, R. R. . . . 409 Inada, H. S 321 Hoben, E. H 107-367 Hobson, Hellen 460 Hochren, Helen L 442 Hock, H. F 395 Hockstad, W. L 379 Howrani, R. 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L. . . 338 Huber, C. P. 331-338-354 Huber, D. J 394 Isby, E. K. . . .331-393-409 Iskenderian, H. P Ill Iskenderian, Y 466 Iskendarien, H. H. 244-257 Israel, B. B 111-423 Ito, T 31-321 Hoffman, R. L. . . .290-291 Hofman, B. Louise . . 107- 480-489 Huber, Mrs. G. C 456 Huber, J. .331-338-354-424 Huber, M. F 304 Ives, J. R 387 Ives, J. T Ill Hogadone, Edwina B. 268- 456-470-484-485 Hogle, J. R 289-367 Holbrook, G. E. ... 205 Hubert, W. J 410 Hudson, C. T 416 Hudson, Margaret . . . 109- 313-452 Jablanowski, P. W. ..234- 239-315 Jablonski, J S 315 Holden, Marjorie .313-461 Holderman, Margaret 107- 466 Hudson, M. ..269-333-376 Huebner, P 303 Huesman, F. L. . . . 398 Jachnig, C. S Ill Jacka, E. R 398-320 Jackman, J. 390 Holdsworth, Lucille . . .439 Holdsworth, M 419 Helen, Mrs. Theda S 442 Holland, F. J 107 Hollander, Jeanne S. . .323 Hollands, W. C 350 Huey, Margaret ..457-462 Huff, D. . . 109-244-294-365 Hughes, A. M 197 Hughes, Margaret 449 Hughes, M 383 Hughes, J 188- Jackson, Edith 460 Jackson, Eleanor 460 Jackson, Ellen W 473 Jackson, F 190-394 Jackson, G. L 336 Jackson H C 197-340-400 Holley, K. W. . . 107-314 279-333-391 Jackson, J B 396 Holliday, Dorothy .... 494 Hollo, S 224 Hulbert, Emily M. . . . 109- 318-323 Jackson, J. J 378 Holm, D. A 339 Hulburt, B. 204-373 Holman, Margaret . . .463 Holmberg, L. R. A. 309 Holmes, A. W. . . 107-360 Holmes, C. T. .52-108-412 Holmes, Florence 441-489 Holmes, F. P 197 Holmes, Genevieve . . 449 Hull, G 56-109 Hull, J. W 42-109-394 Hull, Luenna 109-480 Hull, R 310-345 Hulse, E. L. . 271-340-375 Hulse, W 424 Hult, O. S 409 Jacobs, Charlotte M. 441 Jacobs, M. J 372 Jacobs, Pauline . . . 294-485 Jacobson, H. E 394 Jacox, H. W 280-418 Jadhav, B. L 322 Jaffe, B. 427 Holmes, Geraldine . . . .449 Hume, Sarah .... 109-441 James, Ethel 111 Holmes, K. E 199-273 Humphrey C M Jr 109- Holmes, K. M. . . . 358 357 Janhusky, A. 488 Holmes, O. F. 293 Holmes, P 360 Holmes, R. H 204-387 Holpuch, J. H 406 Holt, Margaret P 463 Holton, Gertrude .... 268- 450-464 204-437-452-480 Humphrey, G. E 366 Humphrey, Maybelle .313- 466 Humphrey, R. C 387 Humphreys, Louise . .110- Janoviak, A. F 409 Janson, Selma 271-439-490 Janura, R 190 Janus, Clara 486 Jarecka, Leona 480 Jaros, R. 111-196 Holzman, A 108-368 Holzman, D. L. .273-368 Hoogerhyde, Elvira A. 494 Hooker, Dorothy 464 Hooker, J. S. . . 197 Hooker. S. . . . 270 452-468-473-478 Humphreys, W. R. ...355 Hungerford, D. C. 110-401 Hungerford, L 378 Hunt, B 267-268-362 Hunt. Florence E. 110-451 Jarrett, F 203-426 Javier, Rosa F 319 Jaworski, F. A 315 Jeffrey, T 390 Jeffries, W. V 279 Jenkins. A. 111-370 Jenkins, E 204 Jenkins, L. B Ill Jenks, C. H 406-422 Jenks, Grace 313 Jennings, W. 112 Jensen, Edna S 112 Jensen, Pauline J 112 Jernegan, P. F 370 Jessop, Helen ....112-487 Jewett, Helen M 112 Jewett, W. E. 111-112-418 Jimenez, M 112 Jimenez, Maria M. ... 112 Jimenez, S 313 Jobes, F. 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R 369 Johnston, D. .42-113-360 Johnston, Delphine . . . .449 Johnston, Frances . . . .480 Johnston, F 416 Johnston, K. J 379 Johnston, R. C 381 Johnston, Vera E. ... 294- 453-472-484 Jonaitis, Teressa . .465-486 Jones, Mrs. Elroy . . . .463 Jones, Faith E 114 Jones, G. M 420 Jones, H. P 343-391 Jones, Janet 451-481 Jones, J. C 416 Jones, Mrs. Leland . . . 460 Jones, L. W 339 Jones, Mabel L 114 Jones, Marjorie E.. 457-486 Jones, Maurine . . .458-486 Jones, P. C 337 Jones, R 398 Jones, Sarah E. . . . 439-487 Jones, S 188-392 Jones, S. E 211- 260-298-365 Jones, W. R 369 Jordan, Evelyn 268 Jordan, H. W 395 Jordan, J 357 Jordan, L. G 190- 274-302-368 Jordan, Mrs. Myra B. 469 Jose, C. J 404 Jose, O. A 365 Josephs, G 382 Joslin, Kathleen 462 Joslyn, Laura 449 Jostich, Pauline 313 Joukovsky, A. N 114 Joy, Mrs. Henry B. 465 Judd, M. W 289-344 Judiciary Council of Womans ' League . . 479 Judson, C. Y 406 Juillerette, E. D 394 Juliar, B 423 Jump, Rev. H. . . .318-400 Jung, C. C 244-250 Junior Girls ' Play Com- mittee 482 Junior Hop 282-283 Junior Law Club . . 433 Jury, H. E. W 359 Kaag, W 189 Kabaker, H. A. ...114-396 Kable, F. T 369 Kagey, Helen 42- 114-313-460 Kahn, A 382 Kahn, B. B 114-396 Kahn, Lydia R 114- 46 3-469-497-498-499 Kahn, Ruth 114- 268-318-484 Kahr, C 382 Kaiser, E 353 Kaiser, Pauline 114- 443-457 Kamp, Ida M. 114-480-490 Kampmeier, R. H. 409-443 Kampmeier, R 347 Kaplan, Edith C 114 Kaplan, Henna L. 114-455 Kaplan, M. R 323 Kappa Alpha Theta 450 Kappa Beta Pi 475 Kappa Delta 451 Kappa Delta Rho 367 Kappa Kappa Gamma 452 Kappa Kappa Psi 345 Kappa Nu 368 Kappa Phi 494 Kappa Sigma 369 Karbel, S 48-114-346 Karboski, M 459-483 Karelitz, D 423 Karl, Dorothy 475 Karp, M. F 114-397 Karpohl, W. G 192 Karr, Grace E 115 Kaser, C. H 366 Kaser, G. F 366 Kash, E. S 428 Kass, H 115 Kass, I. H 423 Katz, Eve M 480 Katz, T. R 115 Katz, W 397 Katzenzberger, Catherine . 489 Katzenmeyer, H. C. . .116- 373-396 Katzman, A 410 Kauffman, G. 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H 122- 338-409 Lasker, E .368 La Sociedad Hispanica 313 Lasser, H. . 122-244-247-382 Last, B 410 Lather, Myrtle . . 480-490 Lathrop, H. T 42- 122-292-361 Latting, Helen M 463 Lauer, T. J 206-370 Launsberry, M 201 Lauppe, F. A 418 Laurence, E. D. 42-122-369 Laurence, Mrs. J. F. . .450 Lauver, Dorothy . 122-456 Laverty, W 310 Law, A. D 307-425 Law Club Council . . .432 Law. D. E 398 Lawless, Marian L 473 Lawlor, Harriet 206- 285-463 Lawlor, W 429 Lawrence, J. D. . . 122-426 Lawrence, W. S 411 Krause, J. W 120 Krave, Helen 461-486 Krell, A. G. . . 197-293-389 Kremlick, K. J 344- 370-414 Kressler, C. B 394 Kretzschmar, N. . .347-424 Kreye, G W. 293 Lowendorf, C. S. .125-421 Lowenstine, J. B 405 Lowery, E. F 340-391 Lowery, P. C 412 Lewis, J. W 375 Lewis, Thelma . . 124-453 Lewis, W. M 293-352 Lewy, R. B 405 Ley, A. G 398 Lezinski, Ethel 453 L ' Heureux, W 429 Li, Chi H 320 Lichtblau, A 124-423 Lichenstein, M 273 Lichty, D. E 191-418 Lichty, W 305 I.iddle, E. F 124 Lienau, P. 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G 350 Kipp, A 383 Kircher, Sarah J 117 Kirk, Claire M. 303 Kirk, S. P 320 Kirkpatrick, A. A 117 Kirahbaum, H. W. 117-305 Kirshbaum, M. . . .270-386 Kirsheman, L. R 44- 45-118- 274-328-335-367 Kirschman, Winifred . .466 Kirschner, Miriam F. .117 Kitchel, Ruth 456 Kitchen, Gladys A 118 Kitsan, H. M 118 Kivimura, P. Y 321 Kleckner, W. R 198- 284-420 Klee D 405 Lightfoot, Georgia F. . 124 Likert, G. H. Jr. . 124-280 Lillie, E. R. ...50-124-314 Lim, J. T. S 320 Lin, Tung C 324 Lincoln, L 360 Kuenzel, W. A 120- 226-231-278-279-304-330 335-384 Kuhlemeier, C. A 120 Kuhn, Doris 440 Kuhn, K. H. 120-293-411 Kulkarni, C. G. .322-323 Kummer, L. F 120 Kuner, T 382 Kunert, Virginia 463 Kunze, Marjorie R. . . . 120 Kurcz, J. S 120-315 Kurtz, J. L 388 Kurtz, Virginia V 121 Kurvink, R. .270-293-406 Kuschner, Miriam ..... 438 Kyer, Jean 441 Kyer, Kathryn 188- 268-450-470 Kyer, Mrs. Charles . . .436 Kynast, Irene ....451-487 Kyte, G. C 314-336 Lind, R 399 Lindblad, A. F 332 Lindell, Selma 473 Linden, A. G 395 Linden, E. R 124 Lindenmulder, F. J. ..416 Lindenschmitt, J 350 Lindstrom, Nina 460 Line, E. D. . . . 124-328-363 Line, F 300 Line, W 300 Linn, F. D 418 Lipe, Margaret E 124 Lipman, Lileon 124 Lippold, A. C 125-314 Lishawitz, Anna 480 Lisle, V 373 Kleene, H. C 352 Kleene, Mrs. H 444 Klein, A. W 118-365 Klein, W 281-374 Kleinert, W. A 118- 329-393-414 Kleinschmidt, E. E. . .118- 367 Klepinger, R. M 118- 308-309 Kleutgen, Frances 390 Kline, A 327 Lawson, Florence L . . .456 Lawson, G. J 404 Lawson, J. W 418 Law-ton, L. B 122-419 Lax, Gladys R. . . 122-438 Lay, W. E 367 Layer, Delma M 448 Layman, R 424 Learned, Catherine ...466 Leary, J. E 309 Le Due, D. M 428 Lee, A. 209 Lee, Arthur 383 Lee, Carolyn C 122 Lee, C. T 42- 122-269-313-365 273-292-293-356 Luzod, L 319 Lyman, R. . . . 317-398 Lymen, J 358 Lynch, C. G 418 Lyndon, M 190 Lyons, C. J 412 Lyons, Mrs. C. J 442 Lyons, D. F 293 Kline, H. B 375 Kline H M 400 Littell, E. L 403 Little, C. 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R. 345-403 McCormick, D. C 295 McCormick, E 296 McCormick, Ethel . 481-496 McCormick, Frances . .466 McCormick, Inez 494 McCotter, R. .331-347-419 McCowan, W. L 340 McCowan, Frances ... 129 McCoy, E. B 197- 226-229-242-383 McCoy, R. S 205-402 McCracken, Agatha . .465 McCredie, Violet 486 McCreery, M 295 McCreery, Virginia . .439- 487 McCue, F. J :-76 McCune, A. ..290-291-384 McCurdy, Elizabeth. . .441 McCurdy, G. J Ii9- 347-4 1 McCutcheon, Ruth E. 447 McDaniel, Jean 458 McDonnald, C. M. . . .420 MacDonald, Alice 126-450 McDonald, A. L. . 198-354 McDonald, C. M 194 MacDonald, G. K. . . 198- 256-388 McDonald, Grace H. . 130- 296-443-480-487 MacDonald, H. C 384 MacDonald, J 388 MacDonald, Marian . 126- 489 McDonald, Mary .... 126- 272-486 MacDonald, W. ...48-126 McDougall, Neil E. . . . 198- 274-284-340-366 MacDougall, W. C. . . 126- 404 McDowell, Shirley 457 MacDufT, H. W. . . 330 McEachern, T. 46-130-424 MacEachron, Dorothy 466 McEwen, W. H 426 McFarlan, H 399 McGeoch, G. D. . 130-363 McGhee, G 323 McGraw, H. 204 McGraw, H 352 McGraw, S. D 286 MacGregor, C. D 360 McGuigan, F. G 52- 130-425 McGullicudy, 424 McHefTey, G. J 418 McHeney, H. T. ..130-383 Mcllhiny, D. L. . . 130-384 Mclnnes, J. P. ... 130-330 Mclntire, J. E. Jr 354 Mclntosh, Elizabeth . .451 Mclntyre, C. H 391 Mclntyre, K. C 130- 214-220-328-330 Mclntyre, Louise 465 McKaig, Jean 465-470-478 McKay, D 363 McKay, Emma 462 McKean, G. T. McKelvey, W. MacKenzie, D. MacKenzie, G. McKillen, J. G. . . . 270- 272-358 McKee, Aida 480 McKee, Dorothy ....449- 463-481 ... 323 391 .... 378 . 189- 334-358 McKinney, Marian. . . .456 McKinney, P. T 391 McKinnie, A. A 363 McKinnie, C. L 363 McKinven, Catherine 313- 462 McKnight, G. J 130- 293-359 McLain, R. C 308 McLaughlin, W. A. . . .378 McLean, D 391 McLean, K. H 126 McLeese, Mary J. 461-494 McLeish, Mrs. O. O. . .445 MacLeod, A. C 416 McLintock, M. D. 357-417 McLouth, Bess L 286 McMath, L. T. 48-130-329 MacMeekin, J 394 MacMeekin, R. J. 127-303 MacMillan, D 392 McMillan, Freda 464 McMillan, Harriet 466 McMullen, Betty J. ..130 McMullen, W. H 358 McMurray, K. C 356 McMurry, Mrs 452 McNally, Margaret . . 130- 457-468-497-499-500 McNamara, J 352 MacNaughton, R. E. . 127- 401 McNeil, C. J 391 McNeil, D 428 McNeil, F. W 426 MacNitt, Lillian M. . .492 McNitt, R. D. ...314-336 McOmie, Clare M. ...445 McOmie, Jean 445 McPhail, F 347 McPhail, F 424 McPhale, Mrs. H. T. .452 McPherson, R. H. .. 344- 345-384 McRae, C. C 46- 47-130-338-347-416 McRae, E. C 404 McRill, Alice. .268-450-464 MacRoberts, Mary A. .42- 127-445-490 Mac Vicar, N. S. ...... .201- 412-425 McVittie, R. J 403 M Maass, Grace 458 Macauley, Elizabeth ..461 Mack, C. N 387 Mack, Eleanor 439 Mack, Frances 1 126- 466-488 Mack, J. E 392 Mack, T. H 126-373 Mack, Tom H 397 Mack, W. H 387 Mack, W. E 363 Macklin, E 410 Mackoy, M. D 425 Macpherson, J. D 391 Maddock, W 46- 47-127-347-419 Madigan, E 48-49-127 Madison, R. E. . . . 127-370 Maduro, C. . 204-313-395 Maentz, H. S. .42-127-369 Magee, Ruth E 494 Magill, D. H .377 Magoon, W. . . . Magram, S. M. MahafTey, W. . Mahan, J. J. . Mahr, Lucille. .204 .396 204-353 .377 .462 Maier, G 380 Maier, Lois 453 Makielski, L 315 Makielski, Mrs. L 457 Malaven, G. W 376 Malay, Bernadine . 197-439 Malconi, E 416 Malcolm, K. D 394 Malcolm, R. . 290-291-352 Malcomson, Dorothy . .42- 127-457-480 Malik, N. M. 127-318-322 Malinowski, F. . . 127-315 Malizia, Carmine 127 Mallender, M. F. .127-426 Mallory, Mrs. H. S. ..452 Mallory, S 317-384 M alloy, W 202-420 Maloney, N 399 Maloy, Theodora 444 Manace, G 421 Manchester, R. A. ... 127- 292-293-329-384-414 Mandelstam, J 197 Maney, W. L 377 Mangus, Mary C 127 Manly, R. W 356 Mann, M. L 374 Mann, M 211-261-379 Mansfield, R. S. ..343-400 Mansfield, Shirley ....481 Manson, B 368 Mansum, Grace 445 Mantell, Mildred A. . . 128 Manwaring, Gertrude .439 Manwaring, R. B 357 Manzanero, E. M 319 Mapel, Dorothy S. ...463 Mapes, H. M. 128-307-412 Maple, Florence 451 Mar, H. Q 320-332 Maranteth, K 399 Marcotte, C. H 400 Marcus, B 427 Marcus, M 386 Margah, Madeline C. 128- 466 Marin, A 379 Marin, Helen-Nancy . .473 Marin, N. V 128-379 Mark, P. S 128-320 Markham, Lois C 448 Markham, Pauline . . . .451 Marks, H. A 368 Marks, 1 438 Marks, J. A 372 Markus, O. A 372 Marsh, A. W 365 Marsh, J. R 365 Marshall, J. A 284 Marshall, J. B 361 Marshall, Katherine . .480 Marshall, M. June . . . .445 Marshall, M 197-494 Marshall, M 416 Marshall, W. V 362 Marshall, Mrs. W. V.. .456 Marston, Frederika . . 128- 452-481-488 Martell, C. H 369 Marten, Margaret 50 Martha Cook 466 Marti, Clara Q 494 Martin, Alfreda M. . . . 128 Martin, Ann E 128 Martin, B 224 Martin, E. J .385 Martin, G 198-356 Martin, Gladys 449 Martin, Harriett . .268-445 Martin, H 208 Martin, J. F 42 Martin, J. K. . 128-373-377 ' Martin, Margaret .... 128 438-480 Martin, Mary 453 Martin, R. K 395 Martin, W 204 Martin, W. B 375 Martinak, E 429 Martindale, Bess E. . . 128 Marwil, T. B 421 Marx, S. C 128 Mart, H 382 Marymont, H 382 Maskey, J. J. .303-305-315 Masques 484 Mason, E 416 Masselink, R 419 Mast, K. F 42- 128-293-404 Masten, W. M 401 Matchett, G. H 365 Mather, E. J. .211-226-227 Mathes, J 189-402 Matheson, H. L 277 Mathias, T. R 128- 330-403 Matotino, J 319 Matsui, G 129-321 Matteson, Florence E. 129- 489 Matteson, Ruth E. . . .448 Matthews, H 309 Matthews, Katherine .442- 486 Mattson, Agnes 463 Maulbetsch, J. F 212 Maurer, J. A 428 Mauss, R. W 400 Maxey, Elizabeth M. .443 Maxley, J. D 387 Maxwell, F 419 Maxwell, J. H 46- 47-129-347-416 May, C. H 388 May, Mrs. Donald . . .441 May, G. A 336-416 May, Louise S 192 May, R. H 309 Mayer, A 129-261-382 Mayers, S. T 354 Mayer, W 188-389 Mayhew, Bona 129 Mazneff, K 129 Mead, E 370 Mead, S. L. ..125-195-314 Meade, K 383 Meade, Virginia 442 Meader, Prof. C. L. . .338- 365 Meader, G. Y 130- 290-291-344-345 Meader, W J 344-345 Meads, G. E 52- 131-276-307-316-425 Meads, H. S 131 Meads, Sadie H 131 Meanwell, Margaret .131- 459 Meckzan, F. A 256 Medsger, H. 364 Medsger, T. A 364 Meeder, W. J 414 Meeks, C. M 131 Meese, F. E. . 197-214-360 Meese, F. A 360-415 Messer, E. A 364 Mefford, R 310-401 Meffley, W. H 418 Megaro, Josephine. . . . 131- 466-489 Meier, H. G 229 Meier, H. J 418 Meier, W. G 229 Mekeel, H. S 131 Melaven, G. W 131 Melberg, R 341 Melchers, H. H 443 Meleer, Neil T 412 Melichar, C 308-309 Meloche, C. C 408 Meloche, Mrs. C. .451-476 Mendelson, N. M 372 Mendinhall, N 401 Menefee, F. N 369 Menefee, Mrs. F. N. . .443 Mengel, L. W 274-366 Mengel, Ruth 442 Menmuir, C. H. . 314-367 Men ' s Educational Club 314 Merkel, C. W 420 Merkel, L. F. . .42-131-413 Merkel, Martha 457 Merner, Lillian A. 131-443 Merrick, Esther . . 449-472 Merrifield, G. P 420 Merrill, Anne 465 Merrill, C. E 131 Merriman, E. E 412 Merry, E 270-333-404 Merry, M. E 131-360 Mersereau, G 399 Mertens, C 131-300 Merton, N. W 412 Mertz, Edith 492 Mertz, H 42-131-413 Metcalf, A. A 336 Metier, S 208 Metz, F 317-370 Meuller, F 327 Meyer, E. G 54-132 Meyer, L. E 132-394 Meyer, Margaret .... 466- 480-487 Meyer, M. L 132-229 Meyer, R 271-281-405 Meyer, R. B 394 Meyers, Mis. Dean . . .449 Meyers, H. L 378 Meyers, L 42 Meyers, R. A 132 Meyers, Mildred 465 Michaud, M. 1 408 Michel, K. A 54- 132-276-345-360 Michelson, L. L. . . 132-351 Michener, J. S 388 Michigamua 326 Michigan Daily . 270-271 Michigan Dames 492 Michiganensian 267- 268-269 Michigan Law Review 346 Michigan Technique. . 274 Michigan Union . 278-279 Mickle, F. A 379 Micklow, O. R. 52-132-412 Middleton, R. E 305 Middlewood, Esther . .480- 494 Midgely, K 192 Midworth, Elizabeth . .463 Miethe, H. K 197-364 Mihalye, A. H. 318 Mikesell, J. B 48- 132-296-300-401 Mikesell, J 48-132 Mileski, B. L 315 Millard, Bernice A 492 Millen, Mrs. Charles . .445 Miller, A. Lillian 132 Miller, Aileen M 132 Miller, Anne 1 454 Miller, A. K 378 Miller, C 419 Miller, C. G 46- 132-331-347 Miller, C. L 352 Miller, D. C 392 Miller, D. C. 307-429-201 Miller, D. C 234- 241-307-375 Miller, Dorothy 313 Miller, E. C 46- 132-331-416 Miller, Elsa 486 Mille Mille Mille Mille Mille Mille Mille Mille Mille Mille Milie Mille Mille Milje Milie Mille Mille Mille Mille Mille Mille Mille E 488 Frances. . . .481-498 F. H 132-418 F. L 337 Frances V 463 G 193-425 Geneva K 133 G. L 353 H. W 375 Hunter 429 J. C 370 J. E 188 J. F 356 James 214-223-378 John F 197 J 44-133 Katharine A. . .454 Mrs. Leonard .436 Lillian 466 Mabel M 476 Marjorie 133- 440-478-479-485-497 , Minerva 42- 133-468-472-484 Mille , N. F 356 Mille , R 281 Mille , O. E 340 Mille , Ralph L. . .271-340 Mille , R. V 133-408 Mille , Robert 373 Mille , R. S 295- 298-342-384 Miller, Robert W 133 Miller, R. W 304-305 Milligan, R 393 Mills, Mrs. Harry . . .436 Mills, L. E 133-420 Mills, T. J 55-133-408 Milne, H. A 1OO Milnes, Margaret. . 133-443 Milroy, R. H 387 Mimes of the Michigan Union 292 Mingos, F. W 362 Minnich, R. E 296-300 Minsel, P. E 273-356 Minter, A. M 300 Mintier, A. M 353 Mintz, Beatrice . . . 133-455 Mintz, E. 1 421 Mirfield, Margaret 439 Misner, P. J 314 Missal, M 397 Mitana, T 315 Mitchell, A. W 323 Mitchell, A. W. Jr. ...371 Mitchell, Clara M. ...443 Mitchell, Mrs. E. D. ..443 Mitchell, E. D. .. .336-378 Mitchell, G 360 Mitchell, J. P. Jr 413 Mitchell, Mary L 443 Mitchell, Mirian 487- 490-494 Mitchell, Prof. T. J. ....403 Mitts, Josephine 450 Mivanaga, Atsushi . . .321 Mizner, Elizabeth 465 Mobley, D. J 416 Mock, F. A 426 Mock, P. P .344 Mode, Frances 133-456-480 Moehlman, A. B. .314-336 Mohr, Florence 443 Moise, 1 382 Molenda, J. J 214- 217-283-315-375 Mollema, E. C 133 Mondino, G 319 Moniah, P 366 Monrad, C. C. 133-337-408 Monroe, D. C 361 Monroe, G. E 388 Monroe, Marguerite . 134- 313-480 Monroe, R. . . .256-257-388 Montagne, Margaret . . 134 Montagne, R. W 242 Montgomery, Mrs. A. .445 Montgomery, R. P. . .331- 416 Moody, C. E. Moody, C. L Moody, P. A Moore Mrs. A. D. A. E. Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore . 134-413 310 .. .338 ...318 318 . 134-323 335 198-280 256 365 50- 134-466 E. V. . . 292-373-380 . 444 . .317 Mrs. Frances . . 286 Alice C. A. D. C C. F C. M. Charlotte Mrs. E. V. F. fl $! - Sffe g Moore, F. H 205-356 Moore, Dr. G. R 338 Moore, G 429 Moore, Helen 134- 456-466-485 Moore, H. F 52- 53-134-338 Moore, Mrs. J. B 452 Moore, K. B 416 Moore, K 387 Moore, Margaret 450 Moore, Mary Alice 197-452 Moore, P. C 340 Moore, R. C 134-196 Moore, R. L 366 Moore, Ruth . 188-149-453 Moore, Virginia_ 449 Moorman, Millie 458 Moran, Agnes E 208 Morehouse, Dorothy .463- 470-471-488 Morgan, W 371 Morgana, E. F 134 Morgana, Nina 453 Moriarity, Catherine . .459 Morissey, V. F 428 Morre, F. W. 387 Morrill, Helen C 441 Morris, E. W 363-412 Morrison, Elizabeth. . . .44 Morrison, Florence P. .455 Morrison, S 369 Morse, G. L 412 Morse, J. Jr 405 Morse, N. D 242 Morse, Phebe C 134- 273-439 Morsman, E. M 422 Mortarboard 468 Mortenson, F 360 Morton, Alletta 458- 481-485-486 Morton, D. J 384 Morton, E. S. 134-194-420 Morton, H. T 384 Morton, J. D 391 Morton, Virginia L. . . .439 Moses, H. N ...405 Mosessohn, B. D. ... .374 Mosher.D. C 134 Mosher, F. E 395 Mosier.E 202-420 Moskoffian, J. G 314 Moss, E. R 396 Moss, I. B 134-351 Mothersill, M. H 134 Mothiret, E 300 Motoda, Mitsu. . . .321-466 Mottier, Judia 481 Moule, M. M 393 Mould, R. E 393 Moulton, W. B. ..224-378 Moyer, E. H 295 Moyer, C 204 Moyle, O. W 417 Mozumdar, M 322 Mrozinski, C 315 Muehlhauser, G. M. . . 135 Muehlig, G. 418 Mueller, F 135- 244-245-251-327-375 Mueller, R 374 Mueller, Selma 46- 135-347-426-437 Muffley, Marjori e . . . .481 Mugavero, F. C 378 Mukerjee, M 322 Mulac, E. J 355 Mulholland, Ada 442 Mulliken, J. B 395 Mullison, Gretchen 135-489 Mummers 485 Munger, I. L 244- 252-255-333-383 Munster, N. L. . . .308-309 Munt, G 310-348-401 Munz, C. J 244-248 Mu Phi Epsilon 453 Murbach, E. R 391 Murfield, Margaret. . . .313 Murfin, J. 279 Murphy, Alezande 135-359 Murphy, Elizabeth . . . 135- 459-481 Murphy, J. F 292-424 Murphy, J. F 135-392 Murphy, J. T 354 Murphy, Josephine A. 445 Murphy, L. J 384 Murphy, Mary L. 135-480 Murphy, M. J. 135 Murphy, Natalie 444 Murphy, P. J 388 Murphy, P. C 376 Murray, Elsie E 456- 470-482 Murray, Evelyn M. . .135- 465-468-469-479-484-487 Murray, J. F 135-354 Murray, J. S 414 Murray, J. B 384 Murray, Mary L. . 197-450 Murray, T. J 135-388 Murray, W. A. 191-331-418 Musch, M. A 135 Muscovich, E 410 Musler, M. U 397 Mussly, Marjorie 494 Mustard, R 331- 338-347-418 Mutter, Emily 453 Mutton, Eva M 135 Muyskens, Prof. J. H. 338 Myers, A. W 46-136 Myers, C. E 375 Myers, D. W 428 Myers, Mrs. D. W 463 Myers, G. E 336 Myers, G. W 136 Myers, G 46- 136-331-347-419 Myron, H 363 Nack, A. . ...424 Nadler, J 136 Nagel, E. Y 136 Nagelkirk, K. J 385 Nagelvoort, A 442 Nahabedian, V 289 Najera, A 319 Nakamura, S 321 Nakarai, T 321 Naser, H. F 411 Naser, Harold F. ..54-136 Nash, A. D. Jr 374 Nathan, J 368 Navidad, P 319 Naylor, F. C 393-425 Neal, E. L 361 Nebling, R. G 242 Nechman, C. W 366 Neef, Mabel E 136- 313-460-480-489 Neely, H. E 136-412 Nees, Amanda D 136 Neff, M. A 402 Negro Caucasian Club 323 Nehill, L 419 Nehlsen, E. A 55- 136-194-420 Neighbor, J. W. ..387-416 Neiman, H. P 396 Nelly, H 390 Nelson, A 136-401 Nelson, C. T 42- 136-292-395 Nelson, Mrs. E. E. ...452 Nelson, M. H 136 Nelson, Ruth 480 Nelson, W. L 137 Nenkam, G 300 Nerger, V. D 398-418 Nesbit, R 419 Nesbitt, W. E. .46-137-418 Nette, R. R 379 Netzley, R. E 290- 291-344-345 Neubeck, E.G. ... 137-415 Neubecker, Wilma 485 Neumann, V 419 Neuss, J. W 410 Neville, Nima M 445 Newbecker, Wilma ... 487 Newbro, D. M. . ..137-358 Newcombe, R. B. .339-384 Newcomer, R. H. . 137-402 Newell, J. R 137 Newman, B. A 423 Newman, E. R. . . . 137-317 Newman, J 137 Newman, S. Jr 374 Newton, A. T 37 Newton, K. D 52- 53-137-412 Newton, M. A 369 Newton, Mrs. M 436 Newton, R. H. ..273-373 Newton, S. J 137-401 Nichamin, H. P 323 Nicholas, Margarette . 296 Nichols, H. W 365 Nichols, Mrs. H 436 Nichols, Isabel 436 Nichols, Margarette I. 137- 466-468-469-478-486 Nicholas, Mildred .. ..437 Nichols, Naoma M. . . .137 Nichols, Olive 450-465 Nichols, P. B 138 Nicholson, Elsie R. . . . 138 Nicholson, Frances 138-441 Nicholson, G 188 Nicholson, G. A 214 Nicholson, G. R. Jr. .361 Nicholson, H. C 409 Nickelson, J. M 351 Nickerson, Gail 476 Nickerson, M. 188-214-377 Nicklin, W 365 Niehuss, M. L 350 Nielsen, Ruth R 138- 451-480 Nielson, Alice 453 Niemann, Louise . 138-494 Niethamer, Lois A. ... 138 Niethammer, W. A. . . .409 Nippon Club 321 Nishihaxa, M 321 Nissen, W. E 242-381 Nissle, R. 201- 290-291-344-380-412 Nist, C. W 399 Nisula, C. W 138 Nixon, Jessica E 138- 456-481-497 Nixon, J. T. 42-43-138-391 Nixon, Sarah E 494 Noclumson, A 372 Nodler.P 138 Noel, H. E. ...55-138-420 Nofzinger, Ruth A 138 Noggle, Lenore F. 138-454 Nolan, B 390 Nolting, W. S 224 Nome, L. L 320 Norconk, A. A 409 Norman, Edith .313-461 Norquist, F. A 189- 271-272-334-359 Norris, C. W 138-323 Norris, Margaret L. . . 139 Norris, R 350 Norris, W. W 350 North, Vera O. 50-139-466 North, W. P 290- 291-299-345 Northan, H 310 Northrup, Eunice .... 453 Northrup, M. S 413 Northrup, P. M 193- 244-246-307-326-39 1-4 1 2 Northrup, R 193 Northrup, R. L 412 Northway, Eveleth A. 207- 412 Norton, Burl L 139- 289-290-291-292-293- 344-380 Norton, Dana 399 Norton, E 55 Norton, Elizabeth ....466 Norton, Josephine 440-470 Norton, M. R 402 Nothstein, H 429 Notkin, M 423 Novaes, G 453 Novy, F. G 139- 347-350-416 Novy, F. Q. Jr 139- 338-365-416 Newer, Wilma 1 442 Nungester, W. J. .338-420 Nunneley, E. T 398 Nunnely, J. H 359 Nu Sigma Nu 416 Nutt, Elizabeth C. . . . 470- 482-489 Nutter, B. .48-139-329-426 Nuttila, Elsie B 139 Nyland, H. Z. 214-221-226 Nylund, Ellen .48-139-475 O Oakes, H. K. Jr 392 Oakes, P. W 309 Oakley, Catherine .42-139 Oatley, D. H 398 Obedin, H 139 O ' Brien, Adeline 465 O ' Brien, Frances . , . . 139- 456-483-484 O ' Brien, F. T. Jr. . 139-376 O ' Brien, Mercedes M. 139- 459 O ' Brien, R. B ,139 Obrock, F. A 428 Ocker;, Margaret 139- 468-471 O ' Connell, Margaret. .268- 441 Odam, W. D 385 O ' Donnell, T. S 376 O ' Donnell, W. T 242 Odle, H. V 355 Odle, Isabel G 140 Oeming, L. F 44- 140-304-330-381 Oestrine, Grace . . . 195-457 Ogborn, Evelyn 457- 478-497-500 Ogilvie, A. H. ...:.... 140 O ' Hanlon, P 48- 49-140-329-417 O ' Hara, Helen 459 Ohlheiser, H. R 44- 140-249-328-335-398 Ohlson, Margaret .313-460 Ohming, Katherine ...463 Ohr, M. F. 44-140-304-330 O ' Keefe, A. D 140 Okkelberg, Maud 457 Okkelberg, P. O. . .338-380 Olcott, M. P 447 Old, M. C 338 Olden, Miriam M. . . . 140- 299-342-455-487 Oldham, E 224 Olenikoff, A. . . .46-140-423 Olian, LA 140- 258-270-382 Olin, Bernice 140 Oliphant, Lizzie 437 Oliphant, M 377 Oliver, A. G 394 Oliver, L. . . 54-140-343-348 Oliver, Olga . . 140-313-494 Oil, M 140-209-399 Olmsted, A. Shirley . . .323 Olmstead, C 388 Olmstead, K.. .200-229-428 Olmstead, T 42- 141-327-377 Olsen, Ada 450 Olsen, C. W 141 Olsen, Odina . 450-457-490 Olsen, R. H 229 Olsen, R 298 Olsen, R. E 141 Olson, A 385 Olson, Ethel L 141 Olson, H. 295 Omans, Beatrice . .141-456 Omega Psi Phi 371 O ' Neill, J 48-141 Oosterbaan, B. G. . .212- 214-21 6-226-228-234- 237-333-354 Oppenheim, Emelie ..141- 372-438-472-483 Opperman, P 190-361 Opperman, R. P 357 Oratorical Association 296 Orcutt, R 193-429 Oren, H 423 Orleman, F. J. .52-141-412 Ornstein, Dorothy . . . . 281 Orr, C. A 290-291-340 Orr.H. T 377 Orson, C 313 Orwig, J. W 381 Orwig, J. S 381 Osberg, J. W 354 Osborn, W. R 426 Osborne, J. B 362 Osbourne, Dorothy C. 442 Osgood, F. P 200-418 Osgood, Laura M. . . .296- 299-470-478-479-482-486 Osman, S. V 308 Osmun, E. E 141 Osmun, Eugene E 403 Osterhof, H. J 408 Osterlin, M. F 409 Othmer, D. F 408 Otis, A. B 357 O ' Toole, Bernice 454 Otsuka, Catherine S. . .321 Otsuka, Kiichi 321 Otsuka, Lucy C 321 Ott, Isabel Ann 268 Ott, W. N 141 Ottaway, E. J 286 Ottaway, J. P 188- 293-343-361 Overton, Mrs. Glen . . .436 Oviatt, S. C 141 Ovisaka, R 321 Owen, A 205-285-377 Owens, Alfreda M. ...492 Owens, R. C. . 141-338-412 P Pack, Mrs. D. C 452 Pack, P. C 209-378 Pack, R. A 340 Packer, G. W 290- 29 1 -300-344-345-380 Paddock, A. J. 198- 284-340-381 Padilla, S 319 Paeplow, E. H 408 Page, W. L 206- 274-302-362 Pagels, H 48 Paine, R 429 Painter, F. C 363 Paleski, R 300 Paley, D 382 Palmer, Anne 323 Palmer, G. A 416 Palmer, H. F 381 Palmer, H. J 288-380 Palmer, L. M 244- 253-309-383 Palmer, R. E 381 Palmer, ' W. B 280- 318-340-399 Palmeroli, J. M 214- 223-334 Pan-Hellenic Ball Com- mittee 483 Pardee, S 141-381 Parker, A. J 383-414 Parker, A. V 355 Parker, Betty . . 270-489 Parker, Mrs. D. H 443 Parker, Elizabeth ... 141- 457-465 Parker, F. R 197-400 Parker, Helen 465 Parker, Hily Dale .439-490 Parker, J. H 142-356 Parker, Loleta 490 Parker, Margaret H. . 142- 439-471 Parker, Marjorie 441 Parker, Martha V 437 Parker, S. C 361-452 Parker, Violet 436 Parker, W 347-416 Parker, W. J 142 Parks, Louise 195 Parmelee, Helen I. . . 142- 442-462-463 Parrish, Frances P. ...42- 142-456 Parry, T. L 1 . 46- 142-347-416 Parsons, H. M 369 Parsons, J. H 142-378 Parsons, Katherine . . . 142- 318-466 Parsons, Marian J. 142-444 Paryski, E. R 315 Paryski, Halina 315 Pasquier, Marie R. ... 142 Passman, H. L 396 Pasternak, T 315 Patch, Marian 468 Patelski, R. A. . 55-142-408 Paton, Barbara L. 448-494 Patrick, K. . . 197-270-362 Patrick, Lucielle M. ..142 Pattee, G. F 416 Pattengill, Caroline ... 444 Patterson, D. S. . .356-422 Patterson, G. W. .340-387 Patterson, Mrs. G. . . .444 Patterson, Katherine . 444- 490 Patterson, W. C 42- 43-142-270-324-343-392 Patton, Barbara 483 Patton, W. H 377 Pauchuck, J 426 Paugborn, Florence . . .451 Paul, S 142 Paulsen, G 204 Paulson, R. H 364 Pawlowski, F. W. .305-315 Payne, J. H 414 Payne, Mary T 143 Pearce, Margaret 143 Pearee, Ruby F 143 Pearl, O. M 340 Pearson, L. V 480 Peck, A 229-409 Peck, Mrs. A. B 452 Peck, Janice 466-490 Peckem, Ellen 42 Peckham, H 381 Peckham, Mildred 143-440 Peele, Hazel A 447 Peele, Helen 143-400 Peaenn, H 191 Peet, C. D 401 Peet, G. K 458 Peet, Prof. M. M. ..308- 338-347-409 Pegasus 489 Peirce, C. B 398 Peirsol, T. R 390 Pell, Elizabeth 481 Pellerin, E. W 143 Pelletier, A 444 Peltier, S. J 55-143 Penckard, C. P 377 Peng, Yd S 320 Penn, H. W 323 Pennell, F. E 391 Penniman, J. .204-285-387 Penzel, Ruth 750 Peoples, E. S 411 Peppier, Margaret R. .448 Pereny, L 143 Perrett, G. W. Jr 358 Perrigo, P. B 402 Perrin, O. W 286 Perrine, B. T 143- 353-414-289 Perring, R. T. .56-143-360 Perrot, D. L 363 Perry, C. W 428 Perry, E 338 Perry. Eleanor L 143 Perry, Gertrude 143 Perry, J. S 358 Persing, D. W. ... 143-391 Petcoff, C. J 318 Peterman, E 191 Peters, Blanche L 494 Peters, C. S 271-305 Peters, Grace 462 Peters, J. W 143 Peters, Letta A 494 Peters, R. A 144 Peters, R 412 Peters, T. A 144 Peterson, Adelyn A. . . 144 Peterson, B. V 300 Peterson, Elfrida 452 Peterson, Ethel 473 Peterson, G. S 342 Peterson, H. E. . ..256-411 Peterson, Marian .292-450 Peterson, R. .331-347-416 Peterson, Mrs. Reuben 437 Peterson, R. T 411 Peterson, S 391 Peterson, V 289-300 Peterson, W. F 369 Pethel, R. D 144-413 . r- Z S gS g ifc g g: 1 X 5 Petrie R L 369 Pollock Florence 192- Putzig, L W 425 Reiman, L C. 353-415 Robbins, Mary E. . 444 Petrie, W. E 226- 229-333-373 448-475-486 Pollock, J. B 375 Pvinsloo, Mrs. Elizabeth 318 Reiman, Pearl 457 Rein, V. E 201-412 Robbins, Rachel . . 204-456 Roberts, Carol J 441 Petroff H 305 Pollock J K 342-426 Q Reines, T 400 Roberts, E. C. 150-360 Pettibone, C. L. ..293-406 Pollock, J. T 145-353 Quarles, S. P 361 Reinger, M 390 Reinhart, Bertha M. 148 Roberts, F 429 Roberson, J 313 Pettibone Frances M 494 315 Quarterdeck 332 Reinstein, C. R 421 Robertson, B. A 370 Pettit, J. 390 Pomeroy, J. R 354 Quarton, Mary B 444 Reiwitch, A. D 295 Robertson, L 42- Pettier L R 368 Quick Helen M 147-449 Relyea G M 409 43-150-326-364 Pew, G. W. 144 Poncher, H. G 145 Quinn, M 270-400 Remington, R. V 398 Robertson, W. J. 150-385 Pfaffman P M Jr 42- Quinn T C 400 Ren, Cho 148-320 Robillard, L. A. 151 144-375 Pfay, H. L. . . . 144-303-305 Pfeiffer, F. F. . . 412 Pfersdorff, 303 Pontius, W. L. ... 145-378 Ponton, J 384 Poole, Lome 317-364 Poor, Evelyn M 145 Quinn, W 340 Quint, R. S 386 R Renfrew, Esther 460 Renick, C. A 351 Reninger, H. W 353 Renison, W. H. Jr. 305-401 Robin, S. L. ..48-151-346 Robins, F 292 Robins, Mr . H. L. . . 461 Robinson, A. R 151 Pflueger, C. T. 393 Poor, E. S 316-350 Raber, F 188-392 Renkenberger, Doris . 445- Robinson, A. W 270 Pflueger R 203-358 Poorman E B 224-355 Rabbitt, F 378 481 Robinson, C. E. Jr. 189- Pfluke, H. E 144 Phelps, D. M 384 Phelps, Eleanor . . .444-466 Phelps, F. M. Jr. . 144-362 Phelps Mildred M 445 Popick, P. P 410 Popowska, L 145- 315-480 Popp, R. E 273-391 Poppen C M 145- Rabinoff, Elizabeth L. 147- 299 Racimo, J 319 Radford, J. R. .54-147-411 Ragatz, Jessie E 147 Renkenberger, F. G. . 148- 414 Renner, W. E 44- 148-332-335-370 Renwick, Mrs L C 436 334-335-369 Robinson, C. E 283 Robinson, Florence . . 488 Robinson, F. M 387 Robinson, H. A. 421 Phelps, S. N. . 144-270-404 Phi Alpha Delta 417 329-414 Porritt H B 385-412 Ragay, Helen M 313 Ragland, J L 323-371 Renwick, R. B 149 Rentz, E. . . . 353 Robinson, L. N 151 Robinson, L. S. 42 Phi Beta Delta 372 Porter, Lois 484-489 Raikes, Helen 441 Retzer, N 399 Robinson, L. N 357 Phi Beta Pi 418 Portia 487 Raikes, Mrs. F. M 441 Reynolds, C. D. . . 149-323 Robinson, Martha 465-481 Phi Chi 419 Posey, H. A. 371 Raine, M. .. .268-460-488 Reynolds, E. S. . 149-310 Robinson, M. J 389 Phi Delta Chi 420 Postles, W. L 145 Raisa, Rosa 453 Reynolds, Lorraine M..492 Robinson, R. G. . 151-323 Potachnik B R 145 Raisch, A T 414 Reynolds, R 309 Robinson, S. 405 Phi Delta Kappa 336 Potrzuski, L 315 Raj, M. V. 322 Reynolds, W. C. 340 Robinson, W 56 Phi Delta Phi 422 Potter, E. I. 424 Ramsay, Helen . 436 Rhead, Mrs. Mabel . . 436- Robison, Doris M.. 151-456 Phi Delta Theta 373 Phi Epsilon Pi 374 Potter, G. K 387 Potter, G. L. 362 Ramsay, W. T. . . .293-361 Ramsdell, B. D. 147-384 457 Rheinfrank, S 387 Robson, E 424 Roby , Margarette .... 460 Phi Eta Sigma 340 Potter, H. 400 Ramsey, J 48-147-346 Rhemus, Mrs. Amy . . .476 Rock, Dorothy A. 151 Phi Gamma Del ta 375 Phi Gamma Epsilon 339 Potter, L 317 Potter, N. S 387 Ramsey, Mae W. 492 Ramsey, R. A 417 Rhineheart, Bertha . . .448 Rhines, J. E 393 Rock, Myrtle V 151 Rodenberg, L. B 267-362 Phi Gamma Mu 454 Phi Kappa 376 Potter, Mrs. Nathan ..449 Potts, R. S 403 Ramsey, T. R 387 Randall, E. F. 147 Rhines, F. N 340 Rhoades, M. M. . 149-338 Roderick, H 224-388 Rodgers, R. P 428 Phi Kappa Psi 377 Poulsen, G H 363 Randall, H M 365 Rhodes, H. S. 386 Rodgers, W. L. 359 Phi Kappa Sigma 378 Phi Kappa Tau 379 Pound, Helen M. .442-490 Powell, Charlotte 494 Randall, Mrs. H. M. . .444 Randall, J. R 365 Rice, J. F 406 Rice, J. W. 293-363 Rodkey, R. G. ..350-413 Roe, A. F 338 Phi Lambda Kappa 423 Power, E. B. 145-399 Randall, Mabel 449 Rice, Margaret. . . 441-452 Roehm, F. E. B 354 Phi Lambda Upsilan 337 Power, F 399 Randall, Zora 492 Rice, Mary E. 149 Roes, ch, J. L. 369 Philippine Michigan Club Powers, Florence 466-481 Rankin, Bertha W 441 Rice.Wray, R. C. . . .356 Roesch, J. A. Ill 369 319 Philips, R. . . 409 Powers, J. L 420 Powers, L. D. 337 Rankin, Helen 441 Rankin, T. E 354 Rich, B 405 Rich, E. Jr. . . 149-190-373 Roeser, O. W. . . 151 Roeser, W 52-425 Phillippi, L. F. . . 360 Powers, R 429 Ransford, M. C 400 Rich, F. P 391-414 Roethke, T. H. . . 357 Phillipps, F. M. 377 Phillips, C. C. 378 Prag, J. J 372 Pratt, D. B 355 Ransom, H 347 Ransom, W. . . 352 Rich, G. E 197- 214-219-284 Roethke, Violet . . . .480 Rogers, M. C 408 Phillips, M. 396 Pratt, Drusilla 310-439 Rapaport, S 147-368 Rich, M. K. 42-149 Rogers, N. P. 377 Phillips, M. B. 397 Pratt, Evelyn C 459 Rapson, Fay L. 141 Richard, Viola . . . 149-453 Rogin, J. R 421 Phillips, Nellie G 144 Pratt, Helen 465 Rash, C. J. 378 Richards, D. H 412 Rogoff, A. L. 281 Phillips, R 144-196 Rash R E 378 Richards, Edna 464 Rogoff, A. S. 151 ( Phillips, R. H. . 331 Preece, C 146-203-355 Rashick, N. N 193- Richards, Gladys E. . 149 Rogvoy, Rose 151 Phillips, U B 355 Preish J F 379 226-230-368 Rogvoy, T. 273-274 Phillips, Mrs. U. B. 452 Philpott, H. M. ..283-411 Phi Mu Alpha 380 Phi Mu Delta 381 Prentiss, R. N 377 Prescott Club 306 Prescott, I. M 370 Prescott, W 383 Rastello, P. B. . . 147 Rathbone, R. R. . .344-355 Raths, Bessie A 147 Ratliffe, Mrs. W. B. ..441 Richards, Helen E. ...441 Richards, Inez 439 Richards, Phyllis D. 273- 402-441-470 Rohrbach, K. L 357 Rohrbach, R. A. .. .393 Roldan, L 319 Romano, D. E 309 Phi Rho Sigma 424 Prescott, W 188 Rattner, H. 368 Richardson, A. L 354 Ronda, E 151-337 Phi Sigma 338 Phi Sigma Delta 382 Pressler, M. Louise . .146- 313-466-473-494 Rattray, R. W 295 Rauner, F. A. 351 Richardson, D 366 Richardson, F. D 149-354 Roney, Alta M. . 151-323 Rooseuraad, C. H. . 314 Phi Sigma Kappa 383 Phi Sigma Sigma . . 455 Preston, H 452 Preston, K. P 353 Rauner, Mildred . . 459 Ravanal, R 319 Richardson, H. L. 149-295 Richardson, J. B 411 Root, Mary G 492 Rosborough, J. B 151 Physical Education Club 481 Preston, R. J. Jr 146- 309-400 Raven, Clara 313-318-480 Ravenscroft E A 337-402 Richardson, S. H 385 Rose, D. E 152-427 Rose, H. E 387 Pi Beta Phi 456 Pi, Kuo C. ... 320 Preston, R. W 357 Preston, W. E. 302-362 Ray, Charlotte L. . 148-463 Ray, Muriel H. 148 Richel, G. W 149 Richmond, D. . . 46- Rose, W. K 152 Rosen, A. D 396 Picard, M. C. Jr 313-374 Prettyman, H G 365 149-290-291-331 Rosen, J. M. . . 289 Pickard, R. B. 144-343-384 Preuss, L. . . 366 Rayman, J. B. . 148 Richter, Bertha . 200 Rosen, L 389 Pickhaver, L. C 144 Pierce, C. W 404 Pierce, J. M. . . 418 Prewitt, E. C 146 Price, A. E 146-419 Price, Catherine 313 Raymond, M. S 378 Rea, Emmalou B 148- 310-448-490 Richter, H. E 289 Richter, H. C 355 Rickert, U. G 412 Rosenbaum, S. F 152 Rosenbaum, S. S. 152-368 Rosenberg, B. W. .152-396 Pierce. K. C. 353 Price J T 364 Read, R M 273 Rickett, R 150-337 Rosenberg, E G 386 Pierson, C 379 Price, R. F. 42- Rickman, P. D. 56-150-413 Rosenblum, H. W. 389 Pierson, E. F. 425 43-1 46-293-327-373 284-463 Riddering, C J 295 Rosenbusch, T 466 Pierson, F. F 393 Piggott, Louise 452 Pi Kappa Alpha 384 Pi Kappa Phi 385 Pike, Elizabeth ... 449 Price, Ruth A 50- 146-473-480 Prichard, K. M.4J, 4 i, 369 Pride, A. S 146-323 Prinsloo, W. J. 146-318 Reading, Marian L. . . 197- 271-448 Reason, R 230-402 Reebs, C. F 314-336 Reece, E. T 42- Ridenour, Margaret ..490 Rider, Roselle 457 Rider, T. B. 290-291-344 Ried, Marjorie 460 Rigelhaupt, J. L. 368 Rosenthal, G 382 Rosenthal, Rita 438 Rosenthal, Ruth 438 Rosenthal, S 152 Rosenzweig, N 368 Pike, M. H. 145-338-344 Probeck, Margaret 146- 148-327-355 Riggs, F B. 387 Ross, B. C. . . . 152-423 Pi Lambda Phi . 386 445-490 Reed, C. A 385 Riggs, H. E. . .328-334-375 Ross, H. T 303 Pi Lambda Theta 473 Reed, R. V. . . . 370 Riggs, Mrs. Henry E 456 Pillsbury, Mrs. W. B. 444 Proctor, A. P 409 Reed, T. H 310-342 Rigley, E 416 465-494 Pine, H. E 145-411 Pingle, Dora K 145 Pinkerton, A. M 415 Pinney, B 429 Prophet, E. C 413 Prout, P 244-252-381 Pryce, C. R 42- 146-316-350 Reed, Mrs. Thomas ... 445 Reed, W. B 364 Reel, D. Jr 148-399 Rees, J. A. 242 Rigterink, Dorothy L. 150 Riley, T. G 150-398 Riley, W. H. 52-53-150-425 Rimbach, J W 150 Ross, Mrs. Roy 456 Ross, V. F 52- 152-307-338-412 Rossen, J. M. . 152 Pinney, E. G. 145 Pryor, Alice W 146 Reeves, G W 308 Rineac R 48- Roth C 356- Pinney, G. E 378 Pry of, Esther A. 456-486 49-15O-329-346-352 Roth, Fern L 492 Pittelco, Florence 449 Pryor, T. M 367 Reeves, G C 340 Ringil Etta 318 Roth, H C 244 Pitfelco, M. A 369 Przelomies, B. B. 315 Reeves, J. S. . 352 Risk, R . 351 Roth, L. S. . 152-209-356 Pittelco, Ruth 449 Psi Omego 425 Reeves, Mrs Jesse S 444 Ritt J S 389 Roth, N. G. . 337 Pitzele, M. R. 281-455-483 Pitzele, N 382 Pju, Ao 318 PsiUpsilon 387 Ptolemy, Mary . . .270-463 Pu, A S 320 Regent, K 148-300 Reglien, N. C 191- 290-29 1 -33 1-344-345-428 Rittenhouse, Louise . . .42- 150-442-483-484 Ritter Frances M 494 Rothrock, C. L 393 Rottenberg, B 382 Rouff E 421 Plekker, J. D. . . . 408 Puckelwartz, W. H. 214- Regonan, S. 319 Ritter, K E 385 Rouse, M. Jr. ... 199-411 Plelps, F 56 222-234-236-326 Rehmus, Amy M 473 Roush, W E 425 Fletcher, W. H. ..308-309 Pliskow, J. C 396 Plotkin, H. . 423 Puckett, H. L. . . 146-280 Pulson, G 285 Pulver, Betty R 448-463 Rehmus, P 399 Rehmus, Mrs. P 445 Rittershofer, Helen I. .454 Rittershofer, L. E 412 Rittershofer R C 338 Roussin, Pauline 492 Rousseau, J. A 411 Rousseau J J A 348 Plummer, D. M. . . 364 Plym, L. J 375 Plymale, L. C. ...145-412 Poch, W. J 335 Pochelon, J 391 Podbielniak, S. C. ... 190- 293-302-3 15-317-411 Pupko, B. P 397 Purcell, Katherine . .458 Purdy, Agnes 480 Purdv, C. E 147-413 Purdy, F 317 Purdy, Margaret . 147-456 Purmort, A 360 Reichard, H 313 Reichert, Priscilla 48- 148-466-475-494 Reichle, Winifred E. . .394 Reichman, Gerson . . . 224- 242-386 Reid, Marjorie R 148 Rivera, D 319 Rix, Madra E 150- 462-466-490 Roach, F. E. . 150-290-291 Robbin, S 389 Robbins, A 242-382 Rowe, J. P 339 Rowe, S. N 289-409 Rowley, Alice 463 Rowley, W. W 385 Royce, E 464 Royer, E. W. ..52-152-412 Royer Nell 465 Polaski, F 315 Polaski, H 315 Purrell, Katherine 480 Pusch, W C 271-333-375 Reid, Norma 465-489 Reid, W H 362 Robbins, F. E 356 Robbins I C 318 Rozen, M. M 421 Ruben, Ruth . 457 Poling, J. W. 188-388 Putnam, L 48-147-346-414 Reif E C 400 Robbins J 224 Rubenstein S 397 Poll, R. E. 355 Reighard J E 365 Rubin Esther 318 Pollock, D. A 357 Putney, M. B 414 Reilly, J. J 148-412 Robbins, J. M. 150 Rubin, M. L 372 - -- - 5f g X A. Ruble, W 42-152-373 Ruckman, Virginia . . .368- 440-466 Rudell, Frances M. . . 152- 441-463 Rudell, Mildred A. 153-441 Rudolph, Lydia ..466-489 Rudolphi, Helen .204-463 Ruegsegger, De Vere . .414 Ruetz, E. A 414 Ruetz, E. D 153-234 Rufus, W. C 391 Rufus, Mrs. C 457 Ruley, Rebecca W. ... 153 Rummler, C. W. . 153-332 Rumney, M. P 286 Rupp, Helen 458 Rush, Helen F 153- 452-484-485 Ruslander, H 153-368 Ruslander, R 368 Russ, H. ...42-43-153-395 Russel, H 370 Russel, Helen E 153 Russel, Louise 457 Russel, Elizabeth . 451-483 Russell, Alice 444 Russell, E. H. 290-291-380 Russell, G. M 398 Russell, Geraldine 444 Russell, Marian F 153 Russell, Mildred F 153 Russell, S. R 153 Russell, W. D 355 Rust, Maxine 153 Ruston, J. R 205-402 Ruswinckel, J. W. 271-395 Ruten, Mrs. W 458 Ruth, Helen E 42 Russel, Helen L. . . 153-441 Rutherford, Helen H. 194- 441-497 Ruthoven, A. G 366 Ruthven, Mrs. A. G. . .450 Ruthven, Katherine . .450 Ruthruff, R. F. .. .337-408 Ryal, A. H 415 Ryan, A. W 425 Ryan, J. D 44- 153-335-337-408 Ryan, T. P 192-295 Ryon, J. W 362 Rychener, R 419 S Sabel, C. T 154-386 Sacheroff, D. E. . . .55-154 Sachs, A. M 397 Sackaloucas, A. G. 154-376 Sackrider, J. B 406 Sadler, H. C 279- 305-328-332-375 Sadler, Mrs. H. C 444 Sadlier, Marcelle F. ... 154 Safir, B. J. ... 154-346-427 Sage, M. Jane 445 Sager, Margaret M. . . .154 Sakamoto, Kikuti 321 Sakanishi, Shio 321 Salisbury, A 305-403 Salisbury, D 377 Salisbury, H. W. . . 154-428 Sallan, R 382 Sallee, Ruth 480 Sallness, F. T 154-367 Salmon, Harriet S 154 Salmond, I. M. . . .304-403 Saltanstall, G 380 Saltz, Tessa C 154 Salvosa, L. R 319 Salvosa, Mrs. L. R. . . .319 Salzman, E. H 45- 154-342-374-415 Salzman, H 374 Sample, Hon. G. W. ..426 Sampson, C. D 353 Sams, W 424 Samson, P. C 154- 261-378-416 Sanchez, Frederico . . . .313 Sander, J. F 418 Sanders, H. A 373 Sanderson, F. D 256 Sanderson, R. M. .295-384 Sanderson, S. S 354 Sands, Virginia. . . .450-471 Sangster, R. E 380 Sansobrino, D. A. . 154-425 Sanzenbacher, Irma . . 442- 486 Saperston, E..E 154 Sargent, Emilie 466 Sargen t, L. E 363 Sarrett, R. 1 155-194 Satovsky, A 372 Sass, J. E 338 Sauer, R. D 299 Sauer, W. W. .206-302-362 Savage, R. T 298-354 Savela, J. F 155 Savidge, Marian 155 Sawin, R. R 155 Sawyer, A. E 295 Sawyer, C. D 155-393 Sawyer, E. P 367 Saxton, M. F 290-291 Saylor, Ann 460-489 Scabbard and Blade . .341 Scaff, J. H 408 Scalp and Blade 317 Scamahorne, Mildred . . 50- 155-460 Scavaeda, C 416 Scellen, J. A 402 Schact, H. B 404 Schaddelee, H. R. . 155-383 Schaefer, C 419 Schaefer, Virginia ....313 Schafer, B. R 159 Schaffer, Hulda 485 Schafer, K. C 384 Schaffer, N 155-421 Scharf, M 410 Schatz, E. C 426 Schaull, R. J 159 Scheer, I. J 224 Scheff, S. J 160 Schemer, G. H 153 Scheirich, Alma 488 Scheller, G. M. 155-304-330 Scheller, J 317 Schemm, F 347-416 Scher, Eleanor E. . 155-438 Scherer, A. K 375 Scherer, J. G 393 Scherer, R. P 155-390 Schermack, J. S 359 Schermer, J 368 Schermerhorn, E.. .300-385 Scheurman, J. B 394 Scheurman, R. M 381 Schieman, C. T. ..303-335 Schlafer, Celia H 155 Schlanderer, P. F. . . 156- 290-291-344-345-380 Schleh, L. W 156 Schlosberg, R. T. .341-387 Schloss, W. L 405 Schlott, Arlene 437 Schlotterbeck, Mrs. J. O. 443-463-476 Schlotterbeck, Miriam 443 Schmaltz, Mrs. C 440 Schmehl, S. R 391 Schmeling, E. S 384 Schmidt, T 331-424 Schmier, B. L 421 Schnall, B. A 55- 156-290-291-345-367 Schneebeli, O. J. . . 156-377 Schneider, Erwili 463 Schneider, Helen 457 Schneider, H. W. . 309-395 Schneider, J. H 156 Schneider, Ruth 480 Schneirla, T. C 338 Schnitz, S. J 156-427 Schock, O. F 428 Schoenfeld, F. K. . . 166-408 Schoenfeld, J. B 208- 214-216-370- 418 Schoenfeld, A 343 Schoepfle, C. S 408 Scholl, Catherine D. ..454 Schorling, R 336 Schorling, Mrs. R 436 Schott, C. F 293-358 Schott, Fern 453-456 Schrade, J. M 295 Schrader, Gladys M. . 156- 443-457 Schrader, Reva J 443 Schrauder, Edmarie . . . 459 Schrauder, Katherine .156- 459-480-484-485-488 Schravesand, J. B 42- 156-244-327-383 Schrier, A. C 156 Schroder, W 188- 226-229-244-333-361 Schroeder, A. J. . . 156-413 Schroeder, C. F 428 Schrouder, Emma P. . . 156 Schueren, Hildegarde .465 Schule, Mrs. Alta M. .461 Schuler, Gertrude N. . .445 Schuler, Mary 480 Schulert, Nettie 466 Schultless, L. R 390 Schultz, A. S 409 Schultz, A. L. . . . 157-338 Schultz, A. B 157-303 Schultz, Ida 268-438 Schultz, J. W 157-350 Schultz, L. P 338-425 Schultz, R 366 Schultz, W. ..290-291-403 Schulz, A. G 212 Schulz, A. B 305 Schulz, Mrs. E. B 442 Schulze, Dorothy A. . .161 Schumacher, C. H. 157-366 Schumann, F 403 Schumann, F 274-295 Schumann, Mattie E. . .157 Schumann-Heink, Mme 453 Schumm, E.G. ... 157-357 Schuholz, R. K. 54-156-348 Schurz, Virginia E. . . .441 Schwartz, J. B 157 Schwartz, Margaret A. 157 Schwartz, Pearl 157 Schwartz, Rose V 157 Schwartz, Vivian . 157-480 Schwartzberg, R. M. .192- 427 Schwarze, B 370 Schwentker, V 370 Schwimmer, Helen D. . 157 Schwing, R. A 403 Scofield, H. L 398 Scott, Catherine I. ... 157- 457-486 Scott, D. 309 Scott, E. E, 400 Scott, E. 408-424 Scott, F. A 331-418 Scott, F. N 266 Scott, G 193 Scott, H. D 365 Scott, Mrs. Helen 318 Scott, J. W 414 Scott, L. E 323-391 Scott, Mary. . . 157-443-480 Scott, W 208-409 Scribner, C. W. . .309-395 Scrimgeour, H. R 158 Scrymgeour, Helen 158-490 Scully, J. C. 400 Seager, A 261 Seager, J. B. A 387 Seagle, H 158-368 Seahill, H. G 336 Sealby, R. 1 52- 158-307-393-429 Seaman, Margaret . . . .42- 158-450 Searight, Helen 158- 456-497-499 Searle, Olive M 476 Seavoy, G. E 158-420 Seburn, Ellen .... 197-483 Seeba, G. F 158-370 Seeber, Dorothy A. . . 158- 466-473-487 Seeger, E. A 158 Seeley, Mrs. H. H. ...442 Seeley, Lucy . .268-470-478 Seeley, M. .42-158-399-400 Segal, H. M 389 Segall, A 368 Segall, B. F Segall, R 340-427 Segar, L 158-289 Seidell, H. E. ..42-158-395 Seider, F. P 158 Seiffert, E 383 Seilheimer, C 317-370 Seitz, H. J 415 Seitz, W. F 224-377 Selden, I. R 323-371 Selker, Miriam . . .281-488 Selker, Roslyn 159 Sellards, C. P 370 Sellars, Mrs. R. W 436 Selleck, Doris 159- 440-484-485 Selleck, H 370 Sellew, Mrs. W. H. ...444 Selmeier, H. L 50- 51-159-296-300-314-336- 359 Senior Law Club 433 Senior Society 469 Senstius, M. W. ..338-339 Sergeant, Mrs. F. A. . .449 Sestok, C. K 289-366 Setchell, Lillian 452 Seter, R. C 365 Sevald, F. J. B 364 Sevald, J. E 364 Severance, P. L 393 Severe, T 319 Severy, R. D Sew, D. K 320 Sewtrell, Helen M. ...494 Seybold, A. D 159- 347-391-409 Seydel, Frances L. 441-489 Seyfried, L. A 359 Seymour, Emily 486 Shadden, E. H 397 Shadden, M. J. ... 159-397 Shafer, R. T 204-388 Shambaugh, R. L. 188-406 Shank, Alberta . . . 480-485 Shankland, R. V. . .337 Shannon, J. B. . .204-391 Shantz, L. H 367 Shapiro, J ' . . . .423 Sharfman, I. L 342- 405-438 Sharlow, Myrna 453 Shaull, R. J 414 Shaw, Bertha 444 Shaw, Charlotte . 159-461 Shaw, Helen . . 159-442-480 Shaw, H 351 Shaw, H. M 366 Shaw, Mrs. Herbert . .456 Shaw, H. E 194 Shaw, J 352 Shaw L. W 194 Shaw Mary A. . 159-466 Shaw R. R 159 Shaw W. B. .278-286-365 Shaw Mrs. W 449 Shawaker, R 313 Shawaker, W. E. 159-313 Shawley, P. L 159 Shay, Dorothy H. 159-493 Shea, Alice K. 447-459-480 Shea, F. M 370 Shearer, Katherine . . 480 Sheehan, J 279-364 Sheff, S. J 413 Shehan, H 201-412 Sheldon, Agnes H. 160-443 Sheldon, H. W. . ..160-351 Shelf, J. M 405 Shelter, W. L 309 Shelters, R. .50-51-160-314 Shepherd, A. H 375 Sherman, Alice 465 Sherman, Gem 441 Sherman, Leona 160- 442-481-484-485 Sherman, Margaret L. .42- 160-458-471-485-490 Sherman, Norma C. . .494 Sherman, R. J. ...224-355 Shepard, J 318 Shepard, S. Jr 371 Shepherd, H 286 Sheppard, Harriet .42-160 Sherlock, R. H. Sherrard, Helen . . . Sherrill, H Sherwood, B. P. Jr. Sherwood, Lucinda .381 .453 .313 .392 .42- 160-449-480 Sherwood, R. M 387 Shevitz, S. M 295 Shiel, F. C 160 Shields, H. W 338-412 Shier, Louise A. . 160-466 Shier, W. H 160 Shiftman, Ethel 160 Shiland, Charlene E. ..42- 160-463-469-478-479 Shilling, C. W 160 Shillito, F. H 161- 270-272-280 Shinkman, Maxine 161-466 Shinn, Wallace N 388 Shipman, J. H 161-367 Shipp, L. P 416 Shoebridge, Josephine . 494 Shoemaker, P. M. 289-303 Shohara, H Shomer, Sarah Shook, R. W. Shore, Dorothy . Shorls, Alberta L Shorr, M. U. Shorr, R. L. . Short, Eleanor . . Short, R Shorts, Marian I. Show, J Shu, Po Yen . . . Shu, Shu P Shull, A. F Shull, Mrs. A. F. Shulze, Margaret 321-463 .194 161-428 268-463 . ...448 .... 42- 161-261-386 386 . . . 268-460 204-361 ... 161 387-416 . . .320 .... 320 354 442 .466 Shumway, Margaret E. Shupe, Thelma 466 Shuster, Fayette 390 Shuter, E. M 292 Shutts, E 429 Sibley, B. B 48- 49-161-329-342-346-422 Sibley, J. C 370 Sibley, J. W Sibley, Margaret Sickles, Betty R. Sidder, Constance Sider, Mary .... Sidlow, L Sidwell, T. D Sieder, Mildred . Siegel, Belle Sigerfoos, Mrs. E. Sigesmond, L Sigler, Dorothy . . Sigler, Florence . Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Iota Sigma Alpha Mu . . Sigma Chi Sigma Delta Kappa Sigma Delta Phi Sigma Kappa Sigma Nu Sigma Phi Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Pi Sigma Zeta Silver, L. S Silverberg, B. W. Silverman, H. D. . 162-397 Silverman, M. M 423 Silvernale, P. .290-291-332 . .406 .. ..443 161-457 ..221- 455-485 .... 452 201-410 .44-161 .. .489 161-466 . . . .444 301-429 161-494 ... 466 .388 457 .389 .390 .426 .472 .458 .391 .392 393 .394 .395 .161 386 Silverstein, S. J. . . 162-423 Simmons, A 202 Simmons, Dorothy 453-493 Simmons, W. E 162 Simon, A. K 397 Simon, H 300 Simonds, O. C 310 Simons, G. E 204-355 Simpson, Mary E. 162-454 Simpson, R. S. ... 162-308 Simpson, W. A 42- 162-270-343-366 Sims, A 224 Sims, E 382 Sims, F 390 Sinai, N 398 Sinclair, N. A 413 Sinclair, H. M. Jr. . .162- 313-351 Sinclair, Janet K 50- 162-460-471 Sinclair, S. H 42- 43-162-369 Sindhu, B T. S 303 Singer, A. L 396 Singerman, 1 162 Singh, P. S 322 Singh, P 322 Sink, C. A 380 Sink, Dr. E. W. ..338-419 Skall, R 374 Skarbinski, S 315 Skeel, R. A 162-375 Skidmore, S. E 234- 240-354 Skillen, Jane 318 Skillen, Louise . . .318-465 Skinner, F. L 385 Skinner, T. R 293-400 Sklar, J 162-427 Skolnick, M 340 Skrenteny, S 443-486 Slagle, G 390 Slalkin, Esther 323 Slater, Mrs. Albert ...449 Slater, Nina L. 313-145-483 Slater, W 56 Slattery, J. H 48-162 Slaughter, E. R 212 Slawson, C 339 Slawson, G. G 162 Slayton, P. E 273-377 Slazinski, P. J. ...163-315 Slepicka, Carolyn . . . .453- 480-490-493 Slifer, H. S 358 Slinger, J 193 Slinger, R: 429 Sloan, C. K 408 Slocum, C. C 163 Slocum, G 418 Slomer .June 450 Slooter, Frances M. . . . 163 Slosburg, L. E. ... 163-386 Sloss, D. A 394 Small, H. E 314-423 Smallman, T. A 398 Smead, Fay 457-500 Smeaton, R. M 163- 339-370-373-408-449-476 Smith, A. E 192-427 Smith, B. P 163-356 Smith, C. C 292 Smith, C. N 408 Smith, C 390 Smith, Cedric C 212 Smith, C. R 42-361 Smith, Mrs. Clark 444 Smith, C. A 375 Smith, Courtland 188- 270-333-343-358 Smith, Cynthia 163- 318-465 Smith, D. S 256 Smith, D. W. Jr, .205-361 Smith, D 198-375 Smith, Dwight 317 Smith, E. M 163 Smith, E 163-360 Smith, E. B 359 Smith, E. G 393 Smith, Elizabeth A. 463- 497-498 Smith, Ellen 163 Smith, Elsie 313-465 Smith, Ernestine L. . . . 163 Smith, E. C 331-418 Smith, Florence M. . 163- 471-466 Smith, F. N 300 Smith, F. D 337 Smith, F. G 163-353 Smith, F. C 164 Smith, F. M 163-398 Smith, F. V 164 Smith, G. H 300-352 Smith, Gertrude A 463 Smith, Harriet C 271 Smith, Harriette . . 164-465 Smith, Hulda ..465-486 Smith, J. W 164 Smith, Jane 444 Smith, J. B 359 Smith, Josephine .318-461 PC c fe Smith K 424 Spitzer, L . 341 Stewart, W. Howard . 379 Swanson, Lillian 492 Thomason, S. E. . 278-286 m Smith, Katherine E. . . 164 Smith, K. B 413 Sponseller, J. E 415 SpoonSr, A. L 341 Spooner L 390 Stieglitz, J 337 Stienecker, C. G 354 Stiles, F. 388-424 Swanson, V. L .354 Swanwick, J. T 385 Swartout, Dorothy 463-498 Thorns, W. W 331 Thompson, B. J 378 Thompson, D. F. 54 1 Smith, L. S 42-164-396 Smith, L. R 164 Spring, Pauline 457 Sproul, M. E 166 Sprowl J 42-166-351-414 Stimson, E. S. 168-346-414 Stimpson, H. W. . .331-428 Stinchcomb, L M 274-379 Swartwout, P. W. . 169-393 Swartz, B. K 413 Swartz, L J. . . 170-372 Thompson, F. W 171 Thompson, G. D. C. . .418 Thompson, H 300 Smith, Margaret 441- 465-480 Spurrier, E 378 Spurrier Mrs E 449 Stine, Gertrude . . .463-490 Stinson, W 419 Sweeney, J 170- 310-345-425 Thompson, J. H 352 Thompson, J 204-356 Smith, M. E 256 Squeers, G 383 Stitt, Isabel 188 Sweet, A. P 170-336 Thompson, Ruth H. ..443 Smith, Margaret E. . . .464 Smith, Margaret M. ..469 Smith, Mary Jane 164 Smith N J Jr 270 Squier, G. G 214-223 Staebler, Hernice .470-482 Staebler, Neil .... 289-399 Staebler R F 166 Stiverson, Susan L 168 Stocking, B 354 Stocking, C. H. . . .398-420 Stockwell Nell 457 Sweet, W. H 170-409 Swerdfeger, G. S. .317-370 Swinehart, C. R .42- 170-273-399 Thompson, S. H 300 Thompson, T. E 412 Thomsen, H. C 367 Thomson, D 348 ! Smith, N. M 409 Smith, N. V 353 Smith, R. E 384 Staebler, Mrs. W Stahl, Margaret. ..... .481 Stahl, O. J 380 Stockwell, W. H 272 Stoddard, F 168-383 Stolarski, Sophia 485 Swinton, Neil W 392 Switzenberg, Frances . 170- 447-490-493 Thomson, D. F. . . 171-302 Thomson, S. H. . . 171-379 Thome, G. G. .42-171-404 Smith, R. J 164-384 Smith, R M 393 Stair, Margaret . . .445-494 Stalder, Margaret ...490 Stoll, A. E 343 Stolpman, A K 293 Sylva, Mrs. M 453 Sylvester, C. E 202 Thornquist, C 373 Thornton, Harriet L. .171 Smith R E 164 Stalker W 365 Stone, Dorothy 292 Sylvester, L 202-420 Thorp, D. J . 172 Smith Ruth 164-466 Stalker Mrs A W 494 Thorpe CD 381 Smith, S. W 375 Smith, Mrs. S. W 463 Smith, S. L 52- 164-307-429 Stalker, E. A. 305-350-403 Stalker, G. H. 166-329-414 Stalker, Margaret ....439 Stanley, G. N 209- Stone, Helen 313-465 Stone, Isabelle .... 195-458 Stone, K. C. . . 168-343-394 Stone, M. 56-168 Symphonic League Board 493 T Tai, Frances 320 Thorpe, Mrs. C. D. . . .442 Thorpe, D 46-357-424 Thorpe, Helen M. 172-449 Thorpe, Ruth Swane . .473 Smith, W. T 165-416 Smith W A 164-398 275-276-326-387 Stone, M. E 428 Stone Sylvia 270-281-438 Tail, G 170- 203-344-378-417 Thorsoe, Catherine F. . 172 Thulin, WE 54- Smith, W 188 Smith, W. D 380 Smith, Wilbur A. 309 Stark, H. E 166- 384-409-414 Stark, Norma T. 401 Stoneman, L 390 Storen, H. F 198-393 Storey, V E 168 Talamon, Mrs. Rene . .444 Talcott, G. G 351 Talcott, H. 271-351 172-302-348 Thuma, B. D 338 Thurman, S 382 Smythe Helen 443-488 Starkweather, lice L 166 Storrey Florine 450-485 Taliak M. 419 Thurnau, H 270 Swift, Frances 456 466 Storrey, M. F 168 Tamayo, G 319 Thurnau, J. H 343-400 Snavely, F L 305 Starrett, J E 189- Stover V 419 Tamura R H 321 Thurnau, W R. 270- Snell, E. R 292-334-335-392 Stowe, M 445 Tan, L. P 320 293-400 Snell, Lorraine 481 Snell, Norma 165-445-490 Starrett, P. ... 166-261-392 Stason, E. B 415 Strachan, F. C 168- 292-293-373 Tanaka, Yae 170-321-463 Tanner, M. W 375 Tibbals, Belva 457 Tice, Virginia 457 Snider, G. 244 Staub, E. M 166-367-418 Straight S 383 Tanner, R R 408 Tidey, M. 419 Snoble, C. J 385-415 Stauback, C. M. . 413 Strand, Grace 450 Tanner, S. J 170 Tidwell, J. Q 369 Snodgrass, J. T 274- 276-303-334-366 .Snodgrass, L 165-409 Snodgrass, M 424 Snodgrass, R 189 Snow B 390 St. Aubin, Myrle E. . 166- 196-283 Stearns, Genevieve . . . 476 Stearns, Josephine .... 459 Stearns, Marian F. . . .441 Stedman, H 419 Stransky, F. V 417 Strasser, Rose 463-481 Stratton, Louise 444 Stratton, Susie 493 Straub, Dorothy M. . . .460 Tao, Pao K 320 Tapperman, H. L. 170-423 Tapping, H. . .286-343-350 Tarbill, J. W. Jr 197- 256-377 Targer M A 397 Tiedke, G. E 395-418 Tien, Pei-Yeh 172-320 Tilden, D 317-370 Tiller, Caroly 489 Tilley, G 204-387 Tilley, Lois F 444 Snyder, A 390 Stedman, H. E. 166 Streit, H 201 Tarte, L E. . . .364 Tilley, M. P 266-375 Snyder, C 419 Steele, A 419 Strieker H E 168-295-398 Tator K C 391 Tilley, Mrs M 441 Snyder, Mrs. H. M. . .318 Steele, Mrs. A 457 Strieker, H. D 366 Tatroe, Katherine E. . 170 Tillitson, E 189-408 Steele, L R 370 Strickland W G 168-401 Tauber B 427 Tillotson, H. A 209 Snyder, L. R.. . . .411 Steels, Eleanor . . 451 Strobel, H J. 412 Tau Beta Pi . . 335 Tilton, Florence M. . . 172 Snyder, R. H. 46-165-418 Snyder, W. T 378 Steen, Caroline. . . . 166-449 Steen, Christine . 461 Strong, C. G 305-334 Strong, C. R. 334 Tau Delta Phi 396 Tau Epsilon Phi . . . .397 Timberlake, Clare H. .355 Sober, D 383 Steensma, S 202 Strong, G L 168 Tau Ensilon Rho 427 Tindall, H. J. 172 Sobieski, J. M 315 Sobolak, J. W 315 Stefan, J. P 166 Steffeld, B. C 167 Struhsaker, F. P. . 308-309 Strunk, K. G 168-366 Tau Kappa Epsilon ..398 Tau Sigma Delta 384 Tikham, Leona . . .443-473 Tinsman, Esther 480 Sochalski, C 315 Steffes, E. W. ... 167-376 Struthers, Elizabeth 452 Taylor, D. D. . . 170-303 Tipman, J. W 242 Sodhi, Darbara S. .295-322 Sodt H B 381 Stegath, F. H 350 Stein, C C 363 Stryker, Mrs. Homer .449 Stuart A P 168-426 Taylor, Dorothy 373 Taylor F M 390 Tipton, M 48-172 Tisch, Dorothy B 172- Soehrens, Dorothy 461-481 Stein, J. 374 Stuart, G K 353 Taylor, H E 270 312-456-473 Soet, J. C 355 Sohawaker, R. F 355 Sokhoe, M 353 Steinbaugh, D. F 411 Steinberg, 1 340-410 Steinberg, L 242 Stuart, K. G Stuart, L. C 309 Stubbs, L 480 Taylor, J. D 170-355 Taylor, L. V 366 Taylor, M. H 362 Tisch, W. H 354 Tittle, W. R 413 Tobin, L. M 323-371 Solis, Dr. Jeanne 437 Solomon, B M 374 Steinharter, R. B 389 Steinke, S M 367 Stuber, Jessie 492 Stuch H T 379 Taylor, Mary L. . .270-440 Taylor M W 352 Tock, Barbara 480-486-490 Todd, J. D 42- Solomon, E. D. . . 272-400 Steketee, F. . 212 Stucker, A. 309 Taylor, N. H. 381 172-295-339-341 Solomon, Nance 165- Steketee, J 373 Student Christian Associa- Taylor, N. E 171-413 Todd, Margery . . . 195-494 271-281-438-480 Stellwagen, W. J. 167 tion . . . 280 Taylor, R. E 339 Todd, Olive E. . . 443-490 Solve, Mrs M T 452 Stenson, F 313 Student Council 276 Taylor R W 356 Todd, S W Jr 387 Somers, R. E 412 Stepanovck, G. 200-419 Stump, L. S. 168 Taylor, R J. 414 Toepel, F 378 Stephen, E A 167 Stuntz, H L Jr 169-354 Taylor S B 171 Toepper, A. 193 Sonkin, S 410 Stephen Gertrude 167-480 Sturos Stella 169- Taylor W E 295 Toevs J 357 Sophomore Prom 284 Sorge, Ruth A 441 Sorkih, S 165-423 Stephens, Charlotte. . . 167- 466 Stephens, E. A 295 466-481-497-499-501 Suaiez, A 318 Suarez, A 319 Tealdi, A 310 Tealdi, Mrs. A 444 Teed R W 171 Toivonen, A 309 Tolle, A. W 393 Tolle, W. A. . . . 172 Sosnow, L. Jr 423 Stephens, H. C 323 Sugrue, J. D 418 Teeds, W 347 Tollzien, W. C 172- Souders, M 408 Stephens, L. L. . . . 167-404 Stephens, Rachel 437 Suhrbier, E. M 395 Sukow, Bernice E 169-447 Teeter, W ' 424 Teets J N 398 292-327-356 Tom, Y C 320 Sould, M 445 Soule, Laura . . 268-465-487 Soule, R. H 332 Soults, C 419 Soults, E. C. .46-165-419 Sourborn, Janet 481 Southcombe, R 46- Stephens, R. A 167 Stephenson, Helen 167-477 Stephess, E 56 Sterling, W 365 Stern, A. M 167- 295-298-342-382 Stern C. A 167 Sukumar, A. K. . .303-322 Sullivan, C. S. . .52-169-338 Sullivan, Dorothy C. . .454 Sullivan, Evelyn M. ..169 Sullivan, H. J 169 Sullivan, H. C 425 Sullivan M R 425 Teichman, J. G 340 Tenenbom, H. H. .197-389 Ten Houten, C 428 Tennant, J. S 295 Tennenbaum, H. N. . .372 Teppert, A 56-171 Terman C H 171-363 Tompkins, D. E 359 Tompkins, Helen .268-465 Tomkinsen, Flossie 172-461 Tommason, Sophia A. . 172 Tong, Yat H. . . .318-320 Tonge, Eunice 489 Tonnelier D M 52- 165-331-409 Stern, E. . . . 368 Sullivan, M. Jr 169-425 Terry, C C Jr 46- 173-355 Souther, C. N. 165-375-417 Stern, E. J 387 Sullivan, R. J 169 171-406-416 Took, L. L 302 Southworth, B. B 353 Southworth, M. N. 234- Stern, P. 368 Stern, R. W 386 Summer Daily 272 Terry, Helen 465 Tessenden C H 355 Topcik, A. A.. 423 Topcik, H A 52-173-410 353-428 Spafford, H. E. . . 208 Stern, S. A 374 Stern, W. H 167-389 Sumner, J. H 205 Summy, Pauline 458 Thayer, J. E 384 Thayer, L. 413 Topper, W 173-209 Torgow, A. M 173 Spalding, C. M. 378 Sterr, P 317-401 Theta Chi 399 Torres Lois W 437 Spalding, L. A 273-363 Steuernagel, W 317-354 Sundell, D. L. V. Theta Delta Chi 400 Tousborough, C E. 394 Spangler, Edith 439 Sparkie, H. F 394 Sparling, Jeanette .... 447 Spaulding, C. J. . . 165-293 Stevens, A. B 337 Stevens, A. J 426 Stevens, Mrs. A. S. . ..466 Stevens, F. H. . . 369 Sunderland, Prof. E. R. 266-329-375-422 Sunderland, Mrs. E. R. 451-461 Theta Kappa Nu ....401 Theta Kappa Psi 428 Theta Phi Alpha 459 Theta Sigma Towe, R. C 400 Towe, Rose M 173 Townsend, Elsie 457 Townsend, G. 207-242-429 Spector, B 165-410 Stevens, F J. 365 Sunderland, T E 271-375 Theta Sigma Chi 471 Townsend, Gertrude 462 Spectof, N. N 410 Spence, H. W 406 Stevens, Margaret . . .466 Stevens, Marian 466 Sundguist, L. W 169 Sundwall, J. ..209-336-418 Theta Sigma Phi 471 Theta Xi 429 Townsend, J 173-419 Townsend, Lauretta . .448 Spence, M 199 Spencer, A. E. Jr. 165-360 Spencer, Dorothy M. 165 Spencer, E. M 402 Stevenson, Ellen .. ..451 Stevenson, Ethel . 167-442 Stevenson, H. R 44- 167-328-335-359 Supe, J... 319 Superko, Alvena . . 445-480 Surbrook, H. W 169 Susumago, R. T. . . 169-289 Thews, Eleanore G. . . .454 Thibaut, Gladys . . 171-454 Thiele, W. H 375 Thielman, W. 393 Townsley, R ..448 Towsley, H. A 409 Traeger, C. F 293-380 Spencer, J. A 166 Stevenson, O. W 336 Sutcliffe, Flora 456 Thieme, E T 375 Trapp A J 173-304-330 Spencer, J. R 361 Spencer, W. F. 413 Stewart, A. H 422 Stewart, C. C 361 Sutherland, Loy L. . . .378 Suthers, W. O. 381 Thisted, C. E 388 Thoits, J A. 367 Traut, Gladys M 173 Trautman, W 317 Spero, J. A 273-389 Stewart, D. Jr 339 Sutton, R 169-229-338 Thomas B W 364 Traver E F 426 Spero, S 410 Stewart, Jean 454 Sutton T E 459 Thomas D 419 Travis J J 412 Sphinx 383 Stewart, L. 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Beverly . . 380 Wax, R. D 397 Way, J. F 387 Weadock, J 48-. 49-179-329-426 Weadock, Mary . 323-480 Weadock, R. E. ..387-422 Wearne, W. H. 357 Weatherill, P. F. 352-408 Weaver, Alice . . 480 Weaver, H. B 409 Weaver, J. C 340-383 Weaver, Ruth 452 Web and Flange 330 Webb, Ella 461 Webb, F. C 350 Webb, Zora H. . 492 Weber, E. C 288-370 Weber, Elmer C. . 359 Weber, Elsie 481 Weber, F. J 379 Weber, J. B 410 Weber, Marjorie .440-471 Weber, O. F. . . 447 Weber, W. ..214-219-336 Webster, D. C. . . 359 Webster, D. W 316 Webster, Ester D.. . . 492 Webster, Jane 440 Webster, J 300-404 Wedell, H. S 428 Wedemeyer, Mary 459-488 Wedler, Irma E. . . . 447 Weeber, R. P 309 Weekes, D. G 384 Weekes, W. A 388 Weeks, D 46- 47-179-244-254-409 Weese, R 313 Weidman, Irma K. ... 179 Weiger, Amelia 179 Weil, Beatrice 438 Weil, L. A 179-203 Weiman, Mrs. E. E. . 450 Weinberg, E. A 386 Weingarten, S 179 Weinkauff, O. J. . . 194- 337-420 Weinman, W. 188-190-405 Weinman, W. J. 344-393 Weinman, W. 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C 419 Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Willard, Willet, P Willett, ] Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams J 383-392 C. ...42-317-370 Sdith 480 A. O. ... 182-354 C 399 D. R 363 Dorthy E. . 442 Dorothy K. 454- 484-485 E 370 Frances .182-441 G. S 328 Grace 46-182-437 H. . . 356 J. A. L. H. . . M. . Mary H. Mildred . .411 . .429 . .441 ..454 . .272 R. J 356 R. S 182 T. M 323 W. H.... 182-426 W 48 Williamson, F. B. .331-419 Wills, A 189 Wills, R. W 356 Wills, Irophina J 494 Wilmot, F. E 182- 209-269-399 Wilson, Angelene G. . 182- 453-484 Wilson, A. D 415 Wilson, C 188- 256-270-333-343-358 Wilson, D 323 Wilson, Dorothy 457 Wilson, Esther 457 Wilson, Frances 318 Wilson, F 347-416 Wilson, H. L .52- 53-182- 90- 91-344-429 Wilson, H. R 182 Wilson, 1 204 Wilson, J 204 Wilson, J. D 371 Wilson, J. W. .375-400-422 Wilson, J. C 182 Wilson, J. L 391 Wilson, J 457 Wilson, Julia 42-451 Wilson, Louise 466 Wilson, Marjorie . 182-450 Wilson, R. H 337 Wilson, R. W 371 Wilson, R. 183 Wilson, S. F. .211-234-235 Wilson, S. J 183 Wilson, W. W 345 Wilson, W 192-414 Wilson, Zada L 183 Winans, D. C 412 Winchell, P. M 412 Wincher, E. R 358 Windsor, A 388 Winegarden, M 299- 382-203 Wines, L. D 380 Winfie ' ld, F 383 Winghell, P 193 Winkler, A 183 Winkworth, Margaret . 183 Winkworth, R. D. .. .360 Winslow, D. 290-291 Winslow, H. E 183 Winslow, S 270-390 Winsor, C. W 409 Winter, R. C 415 Winter, T. ..279-293-333 Winters, Mary E. ... 194- 402-494 Winters, R. E 361 Winton, Bernardino . . .458 Wise, Carolyn 183 Wise, E 226 Wise, Helen 466 Wishropp, Frieda 457 Wisler, M. G 183 Wismer, W. D 183 Wisner, F. H 350 Witham, V. C. .271-300 Witherspoon, J. H 48- 183-360 Wivel, Elizabeth C. . . . 183 Wobrock, C. L. . . . 234-363 Woellhaf, R. . 183-292-293 Wohlgemuth, G 300 Wojcik, G 315 Wolaver, Mrs. Earl . . .449 Wolcott, F. N 378 Wolcott, F. C 183 Wolf, L. N 183 Wolfe, Florence L.. 184-450 Wolfe, J 48- 49-184-329-415 Wolfe, R. S 428 Wolff, J. S. Jr. ... 224-358 Wollering, E. F 184 Wolverton, D. D. .184-314 Woman ' s Athletic Associa- tion 497 Woman ' s Physical Educa- tional Club 481 Wong, A. H 320 Wong, Man W 320 Wong, T. K 320 Wong, Tsui F. ... .320 Wood, A. E 369 Wood, A. R. . 184-341-346 Wood, C. J 369 Wood, C 416 Wood, Esther D 184 Wood, H. S 375 Wood, J 42- 217-271-317-359 Wood, J 189-400 Wood, M. G 401 Wood, W. F 412 Wood, W. P 408 Wood, W. A 283-393 Woodard, Edith Mary 493- 457-463 Woodbridge, Mrs. A. .450 Woodburn, M 399 Woodburne, A. R. ... 189- 46-365-416 Woodburne, H. L. 184-418 Woodford, G. R 184 Woodrow, Dorothy. . . .450 Woodruff, Lois 456 Woodruff, S 461 Woods, A. R 377 Woods, G. A. .184-314-336 Woods, R. J 274 Woodward, Emily E. . 449- 184 Woodward, J. H 361 Woodward, T. S. 184- 316-350 Woodworth, Alta 490 Woodworth, G. W. ...413 Woodworth, L. L 381 Woody, C 370-336 Woolfitt, Mary F. ...184- 448-494 Woolfolk, G. L 358 Woollett, Edith C. . . 466- 473-494 Woollett, Marjorie L. 185- 466-494 Woolson, G. T 398 Wooton, Helen F 482- 470-482-498 Worcester, D. H 185 Wordelman, Eleanor ..318 Worden, Alice .... 185-466 Worel, F 185 Workman, Dorothy. . . .50- 185-458 Workman, Helen 485 Worley, J. K 185-364 Worley, J. S 390 Wornsfolde, R. G 412 Worstell, A. N 378 Worth, Melissa 437 Wotring, J. L 274-379 Wozuials, B 425 Wright, Audrey . .463-498 Wright, B. n. 185-362-421 Wright, Beryl K 367 Wright, C. R 425 Wright, Elizabeth . . . .457 Wright, Eva 185-454 Wright, F. A 185 Wright, G. G 425 Wright, M. S 185 Wright, T. S 411 Wright, W. E 185 Wu, Aiho 320 Wu, C 290-291 Wu, ChuF 320 Wu, Y. F 318 Wu, Yi T 320 Wuerful, F. W 256 Wuerfel, T. C 257-354 Wulp, G. A 208 Wurtsmith, F. G 425 Wyllie, G. F 185- 304-330-335 Wykes, F. K 185-384 Wysznski, F 315 Wyvern 470 Xi Psi Phi 430 Yaekee, H. E 185 Yaneza, S. L 319 Yang, Chao T 320 Yang, Shui . . . 186-320-466 Yant, J. H 292-352 Yates, E. C 418 Yates, T. . 198-269-340-404 Yeasting, J. Q. 186-196-342 Yee, Shiu K 186-320 Yelland, H. G. . . 186-360 Yemerek, Margarite . . 195 Yeo, Ailene Mae 463 Yerkes, Ruth 452 Yoakum, Mrs. C. S. . .450 Yoakum, C. S. ...336-375 Yong, S. M 320 York, F 418 Yorysh, 1 281 Yost, Mrs. F. H 450 Yost, F. H 209- 211-214-390 Youmans, J. B. . . .331-418 Young, A. G 418 Young, C. H 186-335 Young, E. P 318 Young, F. L 415 Young, G. W. .42-186-379 Young, Helen . . 55-186-465 Young, J. M 401 Young, J. H 393 Young, L. J 308 Young, L 46-186-419 Young, Prof. L. J. 309-338 Young, Philena A 476 Young, R. E 305 Young, R. R 56 Yui, Lih M 320 Zabel, Elizabeth 457 Zack, N. C 186 Zack, V. P 186-318 Zahm, Margaret 458 Zamiara, C. J 186 Zamora, R. L 186 Zara, G. Y 305-319 Zaver, Anna 481 Zee, H. G 320 Zeller, M. E 305 Zelman, Helen 281-438 Zemans, E. S 295 Zerman, H 429 Zeta Beta Tau 404 Zeta Psi 405 Zeta Tau Alpha 460 Zick, E. J 363 Ziegler, Gwendolyn L. 186 Ziliak, A. L 418 Zimmerman, A. J 54- 186-369 Zimmerman, D. F. 278-387 Zimmerman, Mrs. D. .441 Zimmerman, D 383 Zimmerman, F. R. 207-429 Zinn, J 339 Ziv, F 273-382 Zoll, H. S 385 Zoller, Pauline E 195- 458-481-486-490 Zuck, S. F 190-367 Zwerdling, M 270 SOME OF MICHIGAN ' S S. A. T. C. COMPANIES IN 1917 ' -- s e 3s=rxc mm. m II


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