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

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Ottaway, President of the igan Alumni Association, whose enthusiastic endeavors and high aspirations have been rewarded by a more intimate relationship between the Alumni body and the University, the 1929 Michiganensian is respectfully dedicated. ON OH As one thinks of our State today. he visualizes more than " the lake country " which inspired the Indian name " Michigan " ; he is reminded of the diversity of industry so characteristic of the State and of the exceptional educational opportunities as embodied in our magnificent University. So the chief aim of the 1929 Michiganensian has been to portray this dustrial activity and to correlate it to a typical year at the University. CONTENTS PAGE Seniors - .17 Features 169 Athletics - - 185 Organizations - 241 Fraternities - - 319 Sororities - 407 Women ' s Organizations - 441 Women ' s Athletics 467 Satire - 485 4 A. ' Yea caw. r. IN NI NI()I Faculty Robert M. Wenley, Ph.D. Ralph J. Harlan, A. M. Francis L. Schneider, A. M. Edwin J. Mather, A. B. Alexander Ziwet, C. E. Students Edward G. Goetz Harry F. Lee Franklin H. Rahn Lawrence M. Tharp R. A. YACRI,A C 171h,„„a; 1101 Win " ' 07P; etaeileet;, :OPP SENIORS entichkjan, affords the fol- lowers of nature a real paradise. ' This is but one of her numerous recreational facilities which annually invite countless touriss— intasions. SENIOR Class OrrICtra Senior Clitsx Officers 1929 LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND ARTS KENNETH C. Sell OVER President ELAINE GRUBER I ' ire-President ARDATII JOHNSON Seerdary JAMES DUFFIELD Treasurer COMM mi. EEs Adrian, Class DayPromenade PAUL J. KERN--Chairmore Bonn Ens . GIIIPTING—CArtiemon MARY WHIT.: Juxic SlAstseimu. CLIVTORD SPAULDING E. NISSEN WILLIAM MANNY MART ALICE MOORM Athletic ADELAINK WINO EIMICCIA BLACK ERN 19T MCCOY—CACIMMIOn EINGSLKY MOORM BERNARD GOLDMAN HOMIER BARTON Finance Nehru, JOE G. GRIMM HERRIDIT Itirt.cy—thairmau CIIAHLMS -Chairman THOMAS WArsoN VIRGINIA SCIlum•TH HENRY SHAW EDWARD Balt DVIOVIN ALOTRK MARION Knot II !MEN HARTMAN BACHAEL NW:ANKH Auditing Mans H AMMER HAROLD HAOKSAVER JOOMPHINK WKLCII Incitation Senior Hall RAYMOND WACHTER ( ' IIARLES SKILIIKIMKR—ChairMOR LOY SVTHERLANII—Chairman HAROLD HAGER ESTI. KM SICKER SCUDDER GRITTING FLORENCE Hoists FRANK BNADING FENTON RARER Hamann FLOM:NCI: WATCHPOCKET WAYNE DMWMY Emma SCHELLEN GKRALD HANIIINUTON ERNES FRT..= CHARI CHARLIM BAKER OTTI: VATI:s VIRGINIA WARD JAMES BROWN EDWARD BURROUGHS HELEN Dillxvont: Memorial Senior Sing GABRIEL JOSEPH MARE ANDREWS—Chairman IIMIIRMR7 PALMER—Chairman Caps and Corns GEOR(IE BENNIM JosKru rommtor—Chairman MAROARET CRAMPTON SPAULDING EDWARD SIC CHARM. MILLER JOHN LOWENISTINE MARGAVIIKTTM BODY LEONE LEE II KHRMRT DAVID HOLZIA AN Picture NI Alowirs Mutrisam Cp HELEN MCIA ' REIDI THERON C11ILDS—Chi 8SW. HAROLD NI MIK x CHARLES SPICKR L OWS.; COOLEY JANE OLDS (.RAC! EIHOINAN RICHARD HELMS I (t MAXWELL RIEREN ), laws KATHERINE ( !RAM. HURRAH, MIMING ? " — - Pipes and Canes - " :;.:1 DONALD FLKIIING--eheirman Iii 1. P AUL TKNN TA HAUNT Ell SKIL CARLISLE Ilt•ron STEW .ART IICIORER Par 18 1 COMMITTEE CHAIIIM E N Gramm; Tunaiox CHILD, Promenade l ' ommittee Picture I ' tantalum I P:It RENT PALMER Senior Sing Gunwale( ROBERT GEMSNER Cla.vx Day Committee MARK A NDREWs Memorial l ' ommillee HERBERT RIPLEY Finance Committee HERBERT BARKER Social Committee Hamm NIceoy Athletic Committee CHARM); DAK ER DONALD FLEMING Publicity Committee Pipe and Cane Committee t Banquet Committee Senior SUTHERLA ND Senior Ball Committee ( I I LES SEILHEIM ER Inrital Committee L I PAUL KERN Adrian?, Committee MARGIN JACOBS l ' ommittee JOSEPH POMOROY Cap and Gown Committee I 1929 ENGINEERING OFFICERS FUGFNE BASTF111 .. President FREDRICK J. DEWITT Fire•President C IARLE4 F. MOONY Secretary JAMISON I %Ms Treasurer MIrniEs • ( lr ( ' Ia.vx Officers 11“ 11,.. Mi•.p ' ALMON WILLIAM. Athletic R. J. NieVirrai—Chairman KARL KAMMERMEYER CARL BLoomqvist l ' ane Ions HALL—Chairman GEORGE K. MACDONALD Wm.u.ol R. Mean WILLIAM SENKPIEL Caps and Ginn Tom 1,m4Lw—Chairman SEWARD MALLORY LYLE C. TURTON C. H. GHERKIN Class Day JOHN R. GILMARTIN—Chairman GEORGE HUBBELL RICHARD SPINDLE DANIEL FINLEY Finance W. R. WRIGHT—Chairman JACK C. ALDER H. M. HARRISON STUART R. KERN Imitation WILLIAM B. FORTENE—Chairman THOMAS I.. YAM; JACK HAPKE Picture JACK SCHOFF—ChairMOR MAURICE R. DISLER HAROLD C. REYNOLDS PIERCE FARRAR Social GEORGE MARTIN—Chairman HAROLD W. BAILEY JAMES F. PHEW% CHARLES F. MOORE limits, ' Chum Officers CONIMIrIEE CHAIRMEN JOHN Cane Committee GEORGIC MARTIN Social Committee It. .I. NleVint): .1th the Committee Tom LERLIE Calm arid (Owns Committer R WHIcatt Finance Committee JOHN GILMARTIN (lass Day Committee JACK SCHOTT Picture Committee WILLIAM B. FORTCSE incitation Committee Senior Officers CEORGC st.14•ING V. VITKI%•1111) 1929 MEDICINE OFFICERS GEORGE SERRING ........ . . President F. PITKIN HUsTED ice•President Wm) E lamp: ' tertiary NELSON M. SMITII Treasurer CONINI wit Es Honor Ilmtohn IV. Lon:IL—Chairman AUGUAT BLIFAMER EARL A. HARTY ' Irritation Ilium. IL STOKES—Otairman .IoRx A. MAURER HENRY A. 1 1 ' N1s1. JCIIIN Memorial KENNETH B. MoouE—Chairtnon JAMES G. MALONE LEO A. KNOLL LELAND P. SHIPP MILDRED V. NI0101.As I ' ie(nre GAYLAND HAGELSHAW—flairman JEROME T. JEROME DAVID E. LEWD. RAYMOND WARNER Social - RICHARD L. SUTTON—ChairMan GEORGE A. PARMER FILL MORE S. CURRY EDWARD D. HOEDEMAKER Athletic EDWARD 1.. Ruaxv—Chairmort HAROLD J. MEIER KENNETH OIAMTED STANLEY GOLDHAMER Auditing HAROLD BRUMBAUGH—Chairman JOREPII WHINERY GEORGE STEPANOVICII FREDRICK I.AUPPE lnne NORTON CANFIELD—Chant an BERNARD 0. BURGH GEORGE BELYEA BRANIIAM B. BAUGHMAN ( ' a pa and Gowns BERNARD A. WATHON—Chairman M. Ihnowasox NEIL W. Swiyrox Ram% R. ARDIS Executire WALTER S. STIMION—Chairman IlAuow M. Fox BENJAMIN A. GROmo. FICED P. Om000D Page Senior Class Officers C 0 NI NI I ' 11 ' 1.: E II A I M E N it unar 14. StoKEs Inrita • Committee EDWARD 1.. RICI.KY Athletic Committee II MOLD 13HUMBAVGII I Auditing Committee N. CANFIEI , I) Cane Committee ItEl(NA HD A. WATSON . Cape and Gown Committee %I.TEIC S. STINSON K1 ' 4 ' 1116 1 ' COMMill4T II u«)1.1) W. IA)VELL Committee KEN mall li. MoultE . Memorial Committee Melton- Committee Soria( Commuter • GAYLAND 11A01:14411AW - . 4,1 IttellARD I.. Surrox . I 1929 LAW OFFICERS GEORGE CIMISTENSE President EDWARD F. TRAVER I ' ice-President GoRDoN WHEELER Secretary MELVIN (ILL Treasurer C()NINIITTEES Cane Finance RALPH R. LAWRENCE HAYSNI—Chairman MARSHALL R. ELDRED AUSTIN FLEMING HENRY C. SALVETER SOUREN PAUL Caps and Gowns Imitation JEROM it 3. FRIEDMAN—Chairman RALPH BEME—Chairman STUART W. HILL RUSSET. MAXWELL JAMES I.ICIILF.Y CHARLES ZAMIARA Class Day Memorial DAVID REEL—C BlirMart GERRIT DEMMINK—Chairman EDWARD E. BABCOCK CHARLES PREECE JOE C. GAMBLE FREDERICK B. IlEmm ER Crease Dance DONOVAN ERICKSON—Chairman PAUL SMITH GERALD E. WHITE WENDAL DECKER WILLIAM C. FRUE Crease Paper GEORGE GALE—Chairman BERNARD DOBELL PAUL EDEL Picture DAVID VOK104—ChOirMan BASIL BAKER JOHN HAHN Social - Amos NEEERrox—Chaerman MARY FRANCIS HENRY WINGATE Senior Class Officers tr) . : :- ..te. -. , Senior Class Officers COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Its Lim It. 11v Lsr Cane Committee JEnomE J. FRIEDMAN . . Caps and Gowns Committee DAVID REEI. Class Day Committee DONOVAN Eaicxsos Crease Dance Committee GEORGE GALE Crease Paper Committee LAWR NC • H frtiv Finance Committee It.u.vn BEEng invitation Committee GERRIT DEMMINK Memorial Committee RAPID YOKES Picture Committee XMOS PINKERTON Social Committee • ,;z5 yss‘atfscsi) Senior Class Officers G) x • ALLICTIA MORTON DANIICL P. ROSS 1929 EDUCATION OFFICERS ALLETTA MORTON President DANIEL F. Roo-1E Vice•President lirs)NA M. HOUGH RAYMOND G. Jon Ito • Treasurer CONINIMEES Adrisory Caps and Gowns ARTHUR B. Eworr—Chairman LILLIAN B. SMITH—Chairman ANNA C. ZAVER Lois E. WEBB MYRTLE G. SPENCER ALBERT BODE DAsno. I ' . Rom: Comu.Es DnowELL Class Day Athletic RAYMOND G. JOHNSON—Chairman Atmosn G. NENE:A:NU— Chairman ORIEL JI. ENDELMAN WILLIAM R. STEPHENs Domotity E. WEED Loral A. ALLAN R. Owe incitation ALUERT R. BARLEY—Chairman OnKvsE Goa.Err—flairman FREDItick H. FARLEY HARVEY ' W. NORIO!. JAMES McDOWELL NIAME E. Tr RE LEONA M. HOUVII GLEN 0. OMB Social VELMA E. JOHNSON—Chairman EARL A. ANDERNON HELEN E. CLARK HELEN I. LIWITPOOT VINCENT L. PETERSON Senior Class Officers COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Mt Sy ()111:1N): It. GII.1.1.1 r bit-dation mtweittre VELMA JOHNSON . Social Committee RTIll ' It ELLIOTT . Adrixoty ' oulan illre ROBERT BARLEY Vette Committer II MOND JOH " SO • elan Day Committee LILLIAN SMITH . Cam and Gowns Committee (it RA VIIOND NEIIELI ' NG Athletic Committee 17 Senior Clan Officers N. Walt IIVIODIAM 1929 DENTISTRY OFFICERS NAVEnt BURKMAN President Nutt F. BLOOMFIELD Vice-President CORWIN R. Muosir Secretary WILLIAM D. CLAY Treasurer COMMITTEES Athletic Incitation and Program ANDREW J. GALSTERER—Chairman N. STOVER MACVICAR—Chairman WILLIAM J. BEUTIGEN Louts A. SIGISMOND FLOYD ARNOLD N. STANLEY MACVICAR Caps and Gowns Memorial and Publicity FRED II. RAIIN—Chairman HAROLD I.. BURKE THOMAS E. THOMPSON—Chairman JOSEPH J. FINEMAN HOMER B. PORRITT WILLIAM D. IIAYLLAR CLARE E. HUTCHINS Executive Picture N. WEIR ISCIIKNIAN—Chairman ERNI.MT G. BOCKOVEN—Chairman Ileas F. BLOOMFIELD RICHARD H. CARTER CORWIN It. WRIGHT FREDERICK E. FLEMING Maw! D. CLAY W. Vicron Cairn:mon: Social RAYMOND A. Run—Chairman HAZE P. STREIT LEONARD SIDLOW MARK H. LOWNIGIVRY Par 28 Senior Class — Officers COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 1 N. WEIR BERKMAN Executive Committee It NA MONIP II %IC Social Committee FRED 11. RAHN Caps and Gowns Committee N. Srov KR MmArkvat . imitation and Program Committee ERNEST Boncovv. • Picture Committee ANDREW .1. GALSTERER Athletic Committee THOMAS THOMPSON . . Memorial and Publicity Committee Senior ( ' lass TOOT T 1929 ARCHITECTURE OFFICERS ROY T. PETERSON President ROLAND C. PAUL F JFRNEG I. • JAMES H. I.ARowr COMMITTEES Adrisory Finance .t. ALLAN STEWART—Chairman CARL G. SmAtrz—Chairman VIRGINIA M.6104 Louis E. SMOGER H. FREDRICK ARENDT KENNETH E. Hollis Auditing Inritatinn CLANK E. Ilitaux—Chairman CHAUNCEY W. FERRIS—Chairman :MATHEW J. SPENCE JOHN ANNAND MERLE J. EDDY PHILIP MArninws Caps and Gowns ARTHUR M. HOOKER—Chain UM WESLEY 0. STEwsrer EDWARD I. HULL Picture ERWIN L. BROECKER—Chairman ( ' 1.Au DE I). SAMPSON GEORGE M. FOULKE. ' ( ' ant Social WALTER C. CHAFFEE—( ' !airman - HARPER P. FOWLEY—Chairman WILLIAM B. WIENER DONALD A. KIMBALL HERMAN J. KLEIN CLARENCE E. Siva I rage 30 1929 PHARMACY OFFICERS DONALD BREISCII FRED H. WEINMA • MARY BOWEN IIARRY BK ' SO ' • President fire-Presider( Secretary Treasurer COMMITTEES Advisory JOSEPH BALFAMO—Chairmatt HARRY BENSON Cape and Gown HARRY Nlotrox —Chairman DORIS FOSTER DANIEL ZIEGENHEIN Cane OSCAR ROBINSON—( ' airman Invitation WILLIAM GODFREY EDWARD ,MOSIER—Chairman EARL KNAGGS NIAHV BOWEN Social FRED H. WEINMAN—Chairman GERTRUDE HORMCII CHARLES HALL • tight ALNIAC II ...MM 19 ' 29 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OFFICERS M. STARR NORTHROP President Lolls R. EDIENTRAGER Vice-President GERALD DEWIIIIHM Secretary ALBERT DAMN Treasurer commirrEEs • ,,Vs a‘ r — Senior Clan Officers Alumni Relations RUSSELL A. BuRI—Chairman ROBERT HERKNER DEWITT DAVIS Incitation and Program. HERBERT H. HUNTER—Chairman CHARLES T. McGurn ' M. K. TOWNE Athletic Picture CHARLIM WILLARD P. JONES—Chairman TunonottE A. VEENSTRA ELIZABETH C. BLACK RANDOLPH B. MONROE HERSCHELL W. WHITAKER Cane Social CLARE E. T. KENNETH IhvEn—Chairman CARL V. BEIER GERALD J. LAWSON Jomc E DIVPLEY JACK SCHUMAN RIt eataiSie Par 3.? Stsilcur JOHN II. Aiim %LIE Domnor Lvov Arnsou.sx . Canton. Ohio New York. New York Alpha Chi Omega: Sophomore Cir- rus: Junior Girls ' Play. HI ELVIN 1.019aK Anon. . A.B. JAME% Rongwr ADAM . . M.D. Ann Michigan Detroit. Michigan RONALD VINCENT ADAMS A.It. JACK ARLEN ADLER . B.S. in M.E. Syfranio. Ohio Brooklyn. New lark Choral Union (3). Tau Beta l ' i: Senior Finance C0111. miller; Society of Automotive Engi• neera; A. S. M. E. HELEN M AT A DRIA . All. in Est GEORGE BILLOW AIIN. JR. . Par Paw. Michigan Elmira. Nen- York • Choral Union. Kappa Delta Rho: Michigan Daily (2). (3): Circulation Manager (3); Board in Control of Student Publications (1). Seinttwoms AK, LB. DCRIVIN DAVID A LOT ER . . A.B. Canton, Ohio Decorah, Iowa Alpha Taos Omega: Gargoyle (3). Phi Gamma Delta; Varsity Tenni. 111. (2). (3): Student Council (I). KENNETH NIATII NITS ALLAN . WS. in For. (lereland Heights. Ohio Phi Kappa Tau: Les Voyageurs: Forestry Club. NI IRV Donsvntv ALLEN . Dental Ilygivel, (limning. Michigan 1101IENT IIITCHELL ALLY.% Aiwa. Jlirhigan AM. lit Ti. C. ALLEN . ......... Harbor Beach. _Michigan Kappa Delta: Sopin re Vireos. A10AuVV JOIIIICA ALPER Detroit. Michigan Senior Dental Soddy. WILLIAM FALLEN ALTON . . Ph.C. Sault Ste. Marie. Ontario Phi Delta Chi: Tremolo Club. Page •11 ELILADETH JUIJA AMERINE JARL ANDEKR %.8 A.B. in L.S. Stockholm. Sladlf. Detroit. Michigan Sigma Pi: Delta Sigma Rho: Tar- Delta Delta Delta: Freshman city Debate (31. II): Oratory (2). (3). Pageant: Sophomore Circus: Junior ( in Kappa Phi Sigma: Cabinet (ark ' Play. GEoRGE EDWIN ANDERSON D.D.S. MARRY LINNE ANDERSON Ray City. Michigan B.S. in Arch. Xi Psi Phi: Michigan Dental Society. Manistee. Michigan Beta Sigma Psi. !LARUE, ' LEROY ANDERSON 11r.t.nu Aunnoutos: . . A.B. in 1..1. H. S. in Ann,. K. Springfield. Massachnelts 1 on pencil?... Michigan Choral Union (I). (2). (3). (I). - E. KARL ALPERT ANDERSON B.S. in Ed. LEONARD EDWARD ANDERSON M.D. Grand Rapids. Michigan Detroit. Michigan Men ' . Edneational Club. Vicaresi- Phi ( ' hi: Alpha Omega Alpha: Class dent. Vire-President (3). IIAROLD URQUHART ANDREAE . A.E. MARK SKELKY ANDREWS. JR. . A.B. Yale. Michigan Coldwater. Michigan Beta Theta Pi. Hermitage: Secretary Student Christian Association: Adelphi: Ora. torical Board. JOHN DAVIS ANNAND B.S. in Arch. CHITOTILH II. ANWHELL . Cheboygan. Michigan Chicago. Illinois Delta Sigma Phi: Opera (3). EENNKTH ANTHoNI . D.D.S. PRILIP KAY APERL .......... Hillsdale. Michigan Detroit. Michigan An m. At.tikla Are Llats Toledo. Ohio Alpha Omega Alpha. M.D. J. A. ARNOLD APPLEEOHO . A.B. highland Park. Michigan Sigma Delia Psi. Page 35 A31 ( Seniors WALTER ARCII . . B.S. in Eng. Emma H. ARDIS M.D. Pittsburgh, Penney:rani° Ann Arbor, Michigan Tate Beta Pi: Wel, and Hang.: Alpha Epsilon Iota. R. PREBEND% ARENDT B.S. in Nero. E. FIX YD RUSSELL ARNOLD . I ) I SI. Louis. Michigan Standish. Michigan BO. Theta Pi; Treasurer (lass (I): Xi Psi Phi. President (2): Track (I). •(3). (O• S NISEI:AEI:7 rARBLINE ARTHUR Still FRANCIS ARNOLD B.S. in Chem. E. Ludington. Michigan Wyvern: Senior Society: Theta Signe., a- 4 Denton. Michigan a A. I. C. E. Phi (3). (1): Michigan Daily I I . (2). (3): Podia (2). (3). (2): Fresh. I . •••..,.. man Pageant: Sophomore Cirelev. Junior Girls ' Play: League Baena ' Committee (3). , Facontit ic MCKINLEY AStiEcK A.R. RoDERT LESLIE AsKREN . . AM Lakewood. Ohio East Northfield. Massachusetts Delta Chi: Sphinx: Michigenua: Triton: Michigan Daily (I). (2). (3). Baseball (2). (3). (I): President Class (2): Student Council (3). (IL NEWELL ANIDOI SMITH ATWOOD B.S. Louts.: Al . A.R. in St. Mutt Florida Midland. ilielayan Lucy ELIZANKTK Arens A.II. I.Al. SINGH AZAD . N S, in Civil E. Ann Arbor. Michigan Rafore. Bursas. Hindustan Chi Omega: Junior Girls ' Play. ANN BAIRNS% VII. ROW IND E. HARM% . . LL.B. Detroit. Michigan Twin Falb.. Idaho Phi Gamma Delta: Gamma Ela Gamma: Barristers. °Lux Lrry Bsceeto . A.B. in FAL NINILIBRIE LapovNvrat• BACON Harbor Springs. Michigan Phi Gamma Mu: Martha Cook: Kalamazoo, Michigan Athena (3). ( I): Choral Union (3): Girls ' Glee ( ' luh (I): Women ' s KflUrR• ClUII (1); Secretary-Treasurer Pare 36 Senior NIE•vis H. BAKE vs F. Bann . B.S. in Anat. E. Mishawaka. Indiana Clarkston. Michigan Phi Epsilon Pi: Michigan Daily: Business Ad. Advisory Committee (3): Hind. HAROLD WHITNEY BAILEY KATHARINE EARLE BAILLIE . A.R. B.S. in Mech. E. Detroit. Michigan ( ' oral Cables. Florida Delta Gamma: Nlichiganenaian (2): Phi Sigma Kappa: Triangles: Vol- Junior Girls ' Play. cans: A. S. M. E.: Swimming Team (3). W. WILLIAM HAROLD BAINTER . A.H. BASIL FAUN BAWER . LL.B. Stronghorst. Illinois Flint. Michigan Square: Kappa Phi Sigma. • Sigma Pi: Gamma Eta Gamma. CusuLam E. BAKER . TIMMAs L. BAKKE . B.S. in Mech. E. Ralik Creek, Michigan Midland. Michigan Delta Sigma Pi: Chimes (I); Alpha Theta Kappa Nu. No; Union Committees (I). (2). (3): Senior Ball Committee. CLARKE WINO BALDWIN . AIL (;coma: S. 13•Lowox . . LL.B. Adrian. Michigan Munising. Michigan Psi Upsilon. Phi Kappa Tao. MARTIN STILE " BALDWIN B.S. in Ed. HENRY WARREN BALOOOTEN M.B.A. socarthsore. Pennesdrania Troy. Michigan Alpha Kappa Psi: Business Admin- istration C luli (I). (5): l ' resident (5): Clam Treasurer (3). ti LAI REM% M. BALI. . B.S. in Aero. E. HARRIETT ELIZABETH BANNS WI ' All. Michigan Ayr... Society (I): Vice-President of Ann Arbor, Michigan LEN0RE MAROARET Banal: R.N. Mattoon,: ALEEN BARBER A.B. in Ed. Augusta. Michigan :Vega:ince. Michigan Choral Club (2): Handcraft Club i3,.. ;a Pert 37 Seniors GEORG.: HERBERT {ARMEN . AIL ALBERT R. lissuz:v . S. in E.I. Detroit Michigan Ilarion. Indiana Tini Kappa Epsilon. Phi Delta Theta: Basketball 2 3 ( I). t DUDLEY N. BARRETT N.S. in ACM. E. MAW:MINT LAMONT Grand Rapids. Michigan Carleton. Michigan hero. Society. Betsy Barbour. AllION WI NIFRED BAURCHARB Kamm: A.B. in LS. wiz C. Sturgis, Michigan Erie. Pennagfrania Mart ha Conk. Delta Zeta. 110 tERT 101(N ' SAKURAI ' . B.S. in E. E. JANE BARNP:4 Hartford. Connecticut St. Johns. Michigan klichigamensian (3): Sophomore Cir- rus: Junior Girls Play: Bazaar: Rouse Organisation (I): Student Directory (3). .11. Detroit. Michigan Darken. Michigan Martha Cook: Junior Girls Play. Athena (I). 1.1.0TID W. BARTLETT . . LL.B. latv HANNA Bantams . A.B. in K.I. Ann Arbor. Michigan Oil Pity. Penneglrania Sigma Delta Kappa: Phi Beta Kappa: Law Review: Adelphi. JOHN EDWARD Itswrzzt . . A.11. HORACE JAMES BANTON . Oskaloosa. lora Sion Falls. South Dakota Sigma Delta Kappa. Zeta Psi; Sphinx: Druids: Tra( k 2 . (3): Tennis (lb 52). (3). k lb NATHAN II. DAMON . . BRANHAM BE MEV BAUGHMAN M.D. Sew Britain. Connedierd Pontine. Kentucky I ' hi Rho Sigma: Alpha Omega Alpha. Page 38 JAMES EMERSON BAYNE . Detroit. Michigan Wynrote, Pennsylcania , Della Kappa Epsilon. Kappa Nu. s—• FRANCES CECELIA Blare A.B. in IRENE BEACH . A.B. in Ed. Monroe. Michigan Port Baron. Michigan , . Cosmopolitan Club (I). Arm. EDWARD Ilgss . . LL.B. NImrriN turns BEANVIELD kl.D. Grand Rapids. Michigan Pontiac. Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon: Phi Alpha Delta. KATHERINE IIARTNETT REARIRILEE IIELEN FLIZA01311 HECK Dental Hygiene Detroit, Michigan Grand Rapids. Michigan Kappa Alpha Thal.: Junior Girls ' Nay. M ARO 01E7 IqA K t.II. CLARENCE I.. BECKER . A.B. Rattle Creek. Michigan Kenosha. Wisconsin Betsy Barbour House. Phi Mu Alpha: Glee Club (2). (3). (1): Opera (I). NELLIE CECILE BECKER . . A.B. 1100ER KENNETH BECKER Marine ( ' ity. Michigan WS. in Civil K. Martha ( ' ook; Basketball II). 12). Ecanseille. Indiana llockcY (l). (2). (3). ID: Alpha Kappa lambda: Phi Eta Portia Literaryrio•iely. 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Ohio ho FLoartat. IrtnA Cm Dental Ilygiene BARBARA Burnattroan CNOMNLL A.B. Club: Michiganen. Phi Gamma Mu: Kappa Phi: 1 ' .r men ' . Educational Ann Arbor. Michigan Business Staff: Junior Girls ' Play. Martha Cook: Michigan Daily. Lower (hand Rapids. Michigan sian (3): Michigan Daily (3); Wes- terners ' Club. Par !LS Seniors MARION KATHRYN CROWLKY CARROLL LILLIAN Carlo: . . A.lt. A.B. in Ed. Iron Mountain. ' Halligan Cheboygan. Michigan Helen Newberry. ricsaviavt: Cram:watts A.R. in Ed. MAROARKT COLO. ' CURRAII A.R. in IA. Ana Arbor. _Michigan Windsor. Ontario. Canada Pi Beta Phi. JEAN LEONE CUM, tic.FILLMoRE SMITH CURET . . M.D. Ann Arbor. Michigan Cadillac, Michigan Delta Zeta: Kappa Phi: Athena: Alpha Sigma Phi: Phi Rho Sigma. Freshman Glee Club: Glee Club: Junior Girls ' Play. CLEMENT GR0110K COMM JULIA MAK CURTIN . . . R.N. KS. in Civil E. Boulder. Colorado Flint, Michigan Scalpel. Society Editor (3): Student Council (I). Vice-President (2): Ont• ing Club (3). Detroit. 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Pennsylvania Calumet. Michigan Delta Tau Delta; No Sigma Nu. Sigma Kappa; Delta Omicron: Uni- versity Girls Glee Club. NI skill% E. Gu.ri a at. 31 ithi pus Sigma Ksppn. 1.B Sot. . . . H.S. in E.E. Bayonne. New Jersey Student Branch American Institute of Electrical Engineers. LEWIn WILUAM Frccu . B.S. in C.F. HOWLEY JAM104 HIT4 ' 11 . • M.B.A. Muskegon heights. Michigan Dampier, Michigan Sigma Zeta; Web and Mange; A. S. C. E. DoitOrTHY EMMA EITZPATHic K . A.B. THomAI4 JoHkril FLANNERY . . A.B. Fad Wayne. Indiana Cary. Indiana ArwrIN J . I). Dox.nn R. rtamso . . . A.R. Hist. Michigan Niagara tails. New York Lawyers ' Club: Michigan law Re- Phi Kappa Tau: Chairman Rouse view. Committee Michigan Union (3) Union Opera (D: Chairman Pi and Cane Committee (O• • :„, j PAY 83 Seniors c N2YEc, FREDICRICH EARNEST FLEMING D.D.S. J. Ercacsic Fuou .. Detroit. Michigan tamed. Kansa. Xi Psi Phi: Alpha Epsilon Mu: Senior Dental Society: Glee Club (2). (3). II). . A.R. JUNTCS MILLARD FLEMING . 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Michigan Kalamazoo. Michigan Seniors WILLIAM FORTUNK ALFICKD Fosont A.1t. B.S. in ALE. Ridgefarm. Illinois Passaic. New Jersey Comet Club. Tau Beta Pi: A. S. M. K. Phi Sigma Kappa; Triangles: Vulcan,: DONDIJANKT FOISTED 11.S. in Meant. WILLIAM POWKI.I.. FlIVITEM A.B. Chelsea. Michigan Canandaigua. New lock Helen Newberry; Masks: Cho ral Sigma Nu. Union: Prescott ( ' lub: Freshman Pageant. Jonx 1 ' . Pot Lit Flint. Michigan Michigan Dental Society. 1).1)S. GINCOItiK MO ANT WS. in .1.n.h. ( ' anton. Ohio Alpha Rho Chi. IIAIIPKW Pakurro: YOWLKY G Mn FOX . . . Alt. B.S. in Arch. Bolton. Michigan Rag Nix Michigan Helen Newberry; leadership ( ' om- Alpha Rho Chi; Chairman Social mission 12). Committee (1). ' Manus M. Fox M.D. ISKLIA S. FRANCK . A.B. in Kd. Ann Artier. Michigan Franklyn. Pennsylranin Gaknii. Alpha Omega 19. SAMS LESLIE EDAM% . . A.B. HELEN GARDNKM FRANCO% . A.B. Batik Creek. Michigan Standish. Michigan Helen Newberry: Student Directory Junior Girls ' Play. (2). 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Alpha Kappa Delta. Page 66 ti ' xv SC II iors iflrfl„ DOROTHEA MART FELTON . N.S. STANLEY HOWES . LL.B. Lansing. Michigan tanning. Michigan Cousens Scalpel Art Editor Lawyers Club; Board of Governors. (2). 13); Glee Club (2): Choral Club (3): Student Council (I). (3). Fugutsuct; SmI.ErE% Ergo . A.B. WILLIAM Ilgsor Fran . B.S. in E.E. Canton. Chino Pigeon. Michigan A. I. E. E. WILLIAM G. FETE . . 11.S. REGINALD CADMAN. . . A.B. Dnfalo. New Fork Oil City. Pennserania Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CLAUDIUS CHANDLER GAGE DAVID P. Gmur F.B. WS. in A.E. Saginaw. Michigan Crone Pointe. Michigan Phi Chi: Cerele Francais. Delta Phi; Michigan Technic (I). (2): Assistant Business Manager 13); Vice•President Transportation Club ( I). Hyman FLAVIA GAGNON A.B. in Ed. ELEANOR ANNA GAINER . . . Detroit. Michigan Vineland. (Min Ilden Newberry Residence. GEORGE W. GALE IV . . . J.D. WILLIAM NORMAN GALL . LL.B. Cale:burg. Illinois Ingersoll. Ontario Law Review. Phi Alpha Delta: Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Kappa Phi: Delta Sigma Rho. ANDREW JOHN GALDTKRER . D.D.S. Jog C %LOWELL GAMDEL . 1.I..B. Frankenwerdh. Michigan Maryrille. Tenney:re Psi Omega: Wrestling. Lawyers Club. President. JOHN MORGAN GAMBLE . A.B. Entwo M. Goingrr . . A.B. in Ed. Fairmont, Minnesota Ralama:oo. Michigan Theta ( ' hi. Page 67 Seniors MAZY.1.1.011KNE GARDNER A•It• in FA. .101IN W. GANTT . . Manton. Michigan Chicago. Illinois Pi Lambda Theta; F.duca. Phi Alpha Delta. lion Club. Dognri EDWARD GAMY Brooklyn. Michigan A.B. DOROTIIT LENORA GATEN . A.B. in FA. Detroit. Michigan Alpha Omicron Pi. NINA BARR ill (iA1 ' 14. . R.N. Imams.) Gar A.B. in E.I ElhnInthrille. Pennsylcania Saginaw, Michigan Martha Cook; Pi Lambda Theta (3). It); Portia (3). Cl): Treasurer (I). STEPIIKN MARTIN GICLENOKII M.D. STANLEY Gmr,,ND Flint. Michigan Detroit. Michigan MARGARET MART GERTZ . CARL 111001T GxxxEs . B.S. in C.E. Grand Rapids. Michigan ' Napoleon. Ohio IS Ikea Phi: Alpha Kappa Della. 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Michigan Alpha Sigma Phi: Triangles: Vulcan.: Baseball (2): Honor Committee: Clam President (2): Chairman J•Ilop: Student Council. Secretary (3). Treasurer (1). Ilit %RINE A. GLAMOCK . . . R.N. A:sago MOUtON Ghsztai . M.D. Weld Union. Pennyle ania Detroit. Michigan Phi Delta Epsilon. SIDNEY GLAZIat STANLEY ' MERMAN GLAZER . . LL.B. Detroit. Michigan Kappa Nu. Detroit Michigan Alpha Kappa Delta. WALTER SIDNEY GLAZER . Detroit. Michigan Phi Della Epsilon. M.D. JEANNE MY.RRIMAN GODARD A.B. in L.S. Wallingford. Connecticut Choral Union. WILLIAM SIIERMAN GODYRY.T . Ph. ( ' . ALTA,: VIOLA GOLDRIATT !Stammer. Michigan Dental Hygiene Alpha ( ' hi Rho: Prescott Club. Detroit. Michigan HYMEN MAXWELL GOLDEN A.B. LEWIX ALEXANDER GOLDEN . M.D. Detroit, Michigan Highland Part. Michigan Phi Beta Delta: Michigan Over. Orchestra (I). STANLEY MILTON GOLDUAMICH . M.D. BERNARD GOLDMAN ... A.B. ( Wand. Ohio Cleveland. Ohio Phi Sigma Delta: Phi Dells Epsilon. Tan Epsilon Phi: Senior Class Com- mittee (I): Chimes (1). (2): Chaim, of Education. Hilkl Foundation (2 Par 63 Senior8 IRVING WALTER GOLDSMITH . . A.B. OLIvER BRett GOLDSMITH B.S. in E.E. Detroit, Michigan Malan:so, Michigan Swimming, (2). (3). GEORGE GOLDSTEIN . . . A.B. lima ENTREES GOLD 67E1N . . A Detroit. Michigan Detroit. Michigan IRVING GOLDSTEIN .... A.B. SAM Roy GOLDSTEIN . . . NI I) Detroit. Michigan Detroit, Michigan Phi Beta Delta. LOUDI DOLPHCS GOLDS . . M.D. MARION ELIZABETH GOODALE . Detroit. Michigan New York City. .Ver York Phi Beta Pi; Auditing Committee (3). Alpha Xi Delta; Fa Sigma Phi: Uni- versity Girls Glee Club: Freshman Pageant: Sophomore Circus: Junior Girls ' Play. LAWRENCE BATHE GOODMAN . A.B. MAtiticit SYLVICATER GOODMAN . Findlay. Ohio Clerelond, Ohio Phi Chi: Alpha Epsilon Mu; Michi- Phi Dela Epsilon. gan Daily (2): Glee Club (2). (3); French Play (I). 1)AS MORRIS GORDON . . 11.S. HARVEY %IONISER Gia. . . A.It Detroit. Michigan Detroit. Michigan Alpha Kappa Psi: Business Adminio tration Club; Michigan Union Opera (1). OTTO KERMIT GRAETZ • • A.B. DoRoTIIT BEATRICE. GRAHAM Princeton, Indiana A.B. in Theta Kappa Nu. Detroit. Michigan Martha Cook: Phi Gamma kin. Portia (3). (4): Kappa Phi (a: Junior Girls Play: W. A. A. (4). GLADYS GRAMS . A.B. in Ed. FRANK HENRY GRANITO . . . A.13 Women ' s Educational Club. Niehigaa Alpha Phi Delta. Hackensack. New dreary Pape 70 tWroserytTgy Seniors It U.PW CHARLES GRAVER . A.B. JACK TROMMLEY GRAY Detroit. Mirhigan MS. in A.R. Alpha Kappa l ' si. Ray lily. Michigan A. S. M. E.. President (3): Aero- nautical Association (I). (2). (3): Society of Automotive Engineers: Engineering Council. D.D.S. W..v.s WELKE GREEN . A.B. St. Johns. Michigan Helen Newberry: ( ' hi Della Phi: Freshman Pageant; Junior Girls Play. CARMEN S. GREENBERG . . A.B. Sotomox GREENIRERO . M.D. Archbold. Ohio Bayonne. New Jersey .tlpha Epsilon Phi: Cede Francais: Phi Delta Epsilon: Phi Beta Kappa. %h.ehigan Daily (I). ETHER S. GRE.ENLEA . . . R.N. Domsao DURAND GREGORIA Escanaba, Jlieltigan San Fernando, La Union. Philippine Hand. Theta Pi: Philippine Club: Conmo- militnn Club. FRANCIS ELIZARrIII Gar:Gorr . A.R. EARL nab GREINEI .... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega; Junior Girls ' Play; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Adel hi (I). (2). Freshman Pageant; Sophomore Car- (1); Secretary (3): I-Hop Com. ems. mittee: Oratorical Board (4). tt %um K. GREINKR LL.B. JAMES R. Grouts Sparta. Michigan Columbus. Ohio Phi Sigma Kappa; Phi Alpha . Sigma Chi: Michigan Daily (I); Tau Beta 19: Sigma Xi. Gargoyle (2). (3); Play Production (1). E% ANA EINNE GRIEVING . . A.B. M. SCUDDER GRIEVING . . A.N. Sheller bland. New York Shelter !eland Heights. New York Pi Kappa Alpha: Scabbard and Blade Pi Kappa Alpha: Scabbard and Blade (3). (4): Chairman Promenade Com. (3). (4). President; Landscape Club millet (I); landscape Club (2). (3). (2). (3). (4): Senior Ball Committee. Detroit, Michigan Kappa Alpha Theta; Wyvern: Board of Representatives (I): Chairman Freshman Spread: Chairman Sopho- more Circus: Class Vi ce-President (1); Junior Girlie Play Committee: Woman ' s League Board of Directors CaMatitlygya Per 11 11•Now Garay Detroit. Michigan BENJAMIN ALKDAR GROSS M D Wilkes-Barre, Penneykania Phi Delta Epsilon. alp Sc n ;ors INAHELLR ANGEIANE :ROVES . . R•N• ELAINE ELOISE GRCUER . . A.R. Detroit. Michigan Cadillac. Michigan Atetlixing Manager Scalpel (3): Alpha Chi Omega: Theta Sigma Phi: Choral Club (3): Orchestra (2). Wyvern (3): Daily (I). (2). (3): Class Vitt-President (4): Masques (2). (3): Junior Girli Play: Sophomore Circus. DILUTER JORDAN GRUNCRAROVE . B.S. DOROTHEA MARTHA GUNDLACII . A.B. tinslendil. Bulgaria Boughton. Michigan Ggotunt T. Grsonv US. JOHN ExoLgovarr Gcstutt . LL.B. Grand Blanc. Michigan Ann Arbor. Michigan Football (I). Gamma Eta Gamma. JEA N CHI:14NET (:ERKEN . . A.B. Ilasgx M. GCHTINK . . Seheneciarly. New lock Aar. Arbor. Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha. NACU.. Eitcoutticu HAASE 11.5. in L.1). GEORGI: 0. HACKETT . 11 31E. Clemens. Michigan Highland Park. Michigan Landman Chi Alpha. JACK WILLIAM HACK.= . . A.B. ALICK VIRGINIA HAOKLIORAW . . A.B. Niagara Falls. New York Union City. Michigan Delta Sigma Phi. GAYLAND LYLE 1146E000W MI D Union City. Michigan Theta Kappa Psi: Glens: Clan Presi• dent (3): Chairman Picture Commit. tee (4). HAROLD HARRIS HALER . Lansing. Michiga Sigma Phi Epsilon. . A.B. ( ' OUST %NCR ALIOHITA 111.1IN A.R. JOHN It. HAHN . . . . . 1.1. 11 Cincinnati. Ohio Cincinnati. Ohio Page 7k Se II in r GEHTIO DV. FRaN HALE . A.B. in PA. CRANIA,. HENRY H. IS JN. . . Ph.( ' . Portland. Michigan Plainfield. . ' tie Jersey delis Cheerer: Choral Union (3). Delta Upsilon: ( Ines Treasurer (3). p: Women ' s Educational Club (3). ' I ' Dos E Hsu. Enwsun JOMEPII HALI %.B. Los Angeles. California Grand Rapids. Michigan A. E. M. (3). (1); Business Adminis- tration Club (I): Glee Club (2). (3). I). GEonot: CLINTON HALL . . . N.U. Jorrx It. Hsu. B.S. Long Reach. California Detroit. Michigan Sigma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu: ( ' lass Viet- Triangle: Tokens: Web and Flange; President (I). Chairman of Cane Committee: Vice- President of Michigan Union; Honor Council (3), (I). WILLIAM EMERSON HAMAKRR . LLB. J. S urgt. HAMM . WS, Canton, Ohio Pittsburgh. Pennsylrania Phi Mu Alpha: Phi Alpha Delta: Kappa Delta Rho: Tau lifts Pi: Web Michigan Daily (2). (3). and Mange; Michigan Technic: Tor- .sity Band (D. LILLIAN Dental Hygiene VIRGINIA MADELINE 11.111111TKR A.R. Dearborn, Michigan Ass. Arbor. Michigan Mu Phi Epsilon: Choral Union (3). (1). F11114 1110P IlASIMEnaK10: BS. GI A.B. Plow! J. HAMMES . . B.S. in Ed. Carney. Michigan Utica. Noe Fork Phi Epsilon Kappa; Physical Educm lion Club. HAROLD SNOVEN MAMMON . I.L.B. HAROLD JAM.% HAND . . . A.B. Warren. Pennsylrania Ray City. Michigan Alpha Delta Phi: Phi Delta Phi. Conk F. Ilasrr M.D. B. ELMO EVELYN HANKINRON . A.B. Detroit. Michigan Fpsi aali. Michigan Phi Lambda Upsilon: Rho Chi. Kappa Delta: University Girls ' Glee Club (3). fl): II Circulo Italian Cl); Choral Union (2). (3). (1): Junior Girls Play; World Fellowship Co millet. r Page 73 fl(sNtfl. it e es It JOIE.: ALPERTHAMM . B.S. in Civil E. JEROME JArEt4ON HARD . . Milwaukee. Wisconsin Saginaw. Michigan Alpha Sigma Phi: Phi Kappa Phi: Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Tri- angles; Web and flange: Volcano: 1; 3 CLARE EARL HARDER . MILL MAIMARKT ANN HARDER . . . Pigeon. Michigan Mount Clemens. Michigan H Delta Sigma Pi. Coumns all: Choral Club (2): Pn-si. dent Senior Nursing (lass (3). NORMS NIONTAOTK HARDIPITY M.D. IIMOIEKT l ' IIKDO HARDY . A.B. Aberdeen. Maryland Tuba, Oklahoma Theta Kappa Psi: Scabbard and Omega Psi Phi. Blade. FR.N.ln MARION HARLAND . ALE LAWM HANLEY B.S. Escanaba. Michigan Detroit. Michigan Ettmt Moa.rat Ilsnkow . . . A.B. Gramm) J. IIARRINOTOS A.11 Duluth. Minnesota Hubbell. Michigan ( ' hi Phi. Phi Kappa: Varsity Wrestling Mana- ger (3): Senior Ball Committee. CLARKE E. HARRIS B.S. HAROLD MILLARD HARRISON OWOSSO, Michigan A.B. in A E Theta Delta Chi. Detroit. Michigan Triangles: Financial Committee 1 Engineering Council (4). JAT WILTIIED HARRISON . 1).1) S. RAYMOND A. HART . . . Detroit. Michigan Saginaw. Michigan Sigma ( ' hi: Delta Sigma Delta. Xi Psi Phi: Senior Dental Society: Track (2): Vice-President Freshman Dentistry (I): President Sophomore Dentistry. HELEN MARGARET HART1VELL . Detroit. Michigan Betsy Barbour: Cerele Francais (2). (3). (4): Junior Girls Flay Commit- tee: Freshman Leadership Commis- sion. ( 1 • ' " • f4 Q racaiSiletig H 11 HELEN HAZEL ARTMAN .. Athens. Michigan Alpha ( ' hi Omega: Mu Phi Epsilon: Wyvern: Freshman Leadership Com- ission: Recording Secretary We- It ' s League: Junior Girls ' Play: homore Circus. Fags 7 Seniors BAILIE DORoTHT HARTWIG . . A.B. JOHN EIHIAbt H .... D.D.S. Ann Arbor. Mirhigan Saginaw. Michigan Mortarboard: Senior Society: W.A.A. Psi Omega: Senior Dental Society. Board (2). (1); Hockey (I). (2). (3). (I): Basketball (I). (3): Ede Member- xhip Chairman (3): League Board (3). (I): Business Manager Junior Girls Play: Freshman Pageant: Sophomore Circus: Freshman Spread. c iitt.gs L. HASELDEN A.B. HARLEY WILLIAM HASKINS A.B. in FA. Mount Clam 11 ' M irginia Detroit, Michigan Phi %lu Delta: President of Clan (3). MANY Jt LIA 11A-KINA ANIMEN I). HAMLET . B.S. in E.E. Wakeman, Ohio Hart Michigan Triangle. Eon, A vonnw HARTY N.D. OLIVER ROBERT HATCH . B.S. in A.E. Standish. Michigan Fuss..Bichigan Theta Kappa Psi. JEAN HARVEY HATHAWAY . All. in 1.5. Kunst BERTHA IlAr1WHILD A.B. in Ed. Ionia. Miehigan South Eyelid. Ohio Delta Gamma; Wyvern: Mortar- Alpha Gamma Delta: Rifle Team board: Michiganensiao (2): Junior (3). ( I). Representative Board of League Di- rectors (3), (I); Chairman Under- graduate Campaign (4)1 Point System Committee (2). (3): Assistant Chair- man Freshman Pageant: Junior Gide Play: Freshman Girls Glee Club: Sophomore Circus: Freshman Spread. THOMAS KENNETH HAVEN M It A CYNTHIA ( ' LOCK HAWKINS . . Muskegon. Michigan Claiborne, Maryland Delta Sigma Pi: Business Administra- Alpha Omicron Pi; Wyvern; lion Club: Michigan Daily (2), (3): board: Basketball (I). (2). (3). (4); Summer Daily (2): Circulation Mana- Freshman Girls ' Glee Club: Chairman ger (3). Assistant Manager (4); Chair- Freshman Pageant: Chairman Jo- man Social Committee (5): Michigan dieiary Council (4): Sophomore Cis Union Alumnae Relations Committee cur. Junior Girls Play; Hockey (I). • (2). (2). (3). (4). GRACE HAWKINS . . A.B. in Ed. EVKLYN MAT HAWLEY Dearborn. Miehigaa Buffalo. New York Portia (3). (I). Cosmop olitan Club. WILLIAM DENNIS HATLLAR . . D.D.S. JACHCELINE HECK %.B. Detroit. Michigan Coral Cables, Florida Xi Psi Phi: Senior Dental Society: Helen Newberry: La SOOCIIAll His- Vitv-President of Union (4). Panic (3). (4): Le Cerele Francais: Junior Girls ' Play Committee. l ' age 75 jut ' s JOHN THADDEUS HECK ER . . IlstuAN FULTON II a DEN . A.R. Poplar 84.5. Missouri Buffalo. New York Michigan Union Opera (3). Pi Kappa Alpha: Scalp and Blade: Michigan Technic (2). Cum L. Ilm.kmt A.B. ELIZA DY.711 II 13.1.1:11 . . . . 11.5. Detroit. -Michigan Grand Rapids. Michigan Student Council (I): President Junior ( ' lass; President Student Council (3): Dramatic Club (3). ROMANO EDWARD HELMS . . A.11. HAROLD HELPER %AI Detroit. Michigan Detroit. Michigan Kappa Sigma. Fll I 1.I.1 E M. ID:sDERaos M.D. WILLIAM WENDELL HENDERSON Albion. Michigan B.S. in Mech. E. Delta ' ran Delta; Alpha Kappa Dallas. Trios Kappa. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ELIZABETH JEAN HENNES . A.B. Mr.mix -hum IIRSRTR.S, in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Port Huron. Michigan Martha Cook: Eta Sigma Phi; Teacherd Club. Woman ' . Athletic Association: Wu- man ' s FAucalional Club. MILDRED II EMIR% . . A. R. in 1:4. NIA X S. HERTZBERG . . . D.D.S. oath Lyon. Michigan Ann Arbor. Michigan Alpha Omega: Senior Dental Society. AGNES M. HERR IG . . . A.R. in L.S. Erie. Pen...tyke:nice Martha Cook; Michigan Daily: Ju- nior Girlie Play: Maison Francaise. Asn L. It Alliance. Ohio Kappa Kappa Gam JJJJ . Joitx Ihman. . . . . 11S. in E.E. Atom)); HEAL HETLET . . . Grand Rapids. Michigan flatware Pitt Michigan Tau Beta Pi; Student Assistant in Delta Sigma P1. Electrical Engineering. Page 7G S eniors II WILLI roWLKR 11111:10% . 11.5. in M.E. 1 owni NIAN HICK ltnelnlo. .Vew York Detroit Michigan Kappa Delta: Athena (1). ( I). Vice- President (3). President (I); Fresh. man Pageant: Sophomore Circus: r)rehesis (I). (2). EDIIMIT ALAN HICKS I.D. KnwAnn Loris Ilion WS. in C.F.. Ann Arbor, Michigan Reading. Penn Irania Phi ( ' hi. EDWARD SMITH HILDNER . A.B. in Ed. Eowsun Il)kr. t It. Hillsdale. Michigan Clearfield. Pennsyleania lens ' Education Club. Phi Kappa STI ' ARY W. 1111.1. UAL JAMND E. Thud . . D.D.S. Bichigan Sew lialtimarc. Michigan Lawyers ' Club: Phi Delia Phi: Michigan law Review. SI. IIINKKLMAN ... A.B. AMT11114 MYRON IIINKLNY . nitrate. Conn ... kat Petoskey. Jliehigan Theta Sigma Phi: Secretary (I). Chi Psi: Druids: Michigan Daily Business Staff (I). (2). (3): Mimes. IIELDN DOROTHY HINTZ . A.R. in L.S. %loggia EDWARD . A.11. Detroit. Jlichigan Kansas City. Missouri Martha rook. FRANK A. HIRT I. E. TnOMAw YALE ISOBAR . B.S. in C.E. Richmond, Michigan Wellarille. New York sigma Phi Epsilon. ROM:WY JOHN IIOCIDaND • . ILS. WILLIAM Ia. l101KRTAD . . A.B. New York. New Fork lancing. Michigan Freshman Wrestling. Phi Kappa Tan. P. 77 b.. rcz Seniors Nitti314Rxc, " 5 LIMIT ANDREW HOLMBERG . U.E. NIARCARET HOLMAN . . I: Highland Park. Michigan Detroit. Michigan Forestry Club. Belay Barbour: Freshman Pageant: Junior Girls Play. WILLIAM W. HOLLAND. . . . ILD S. JEANNE MART HOLLAND . . . A.B. Howell. Michigan Gary. Indiana Psi:Omega. Alpha ( ' hi Omega: Class Committee (2): Junior Girls Play. CRAWLER FIX MIER HOLDEN . . Grand Rapids. Michigan Alpha Tau Omega: Michigan Opera EVERT C. IIOKANSON B.S. in Mech.E. Grated Rapid.. Michigan A. S. M. E. INnurritv M. llotautooa . . . A.B. Ann Arbor. 3lichigan WILLIAM GORDON 110110 . B.S. fu I I. lealatnaroo. Jlichigan 3Iiehiganensian Lower Staff (3i. RALPH LOCKWOOD HOFFMAN • . A.R. PAUL F. liorramsralt t.It Silts. Ohio Mould Clemens. Michigan Vanity Hand (2). (3). AGNES CROOKS . . A.B. HENRY B. . .... AI I Bearer. Pennsylrania Ann Arbor. Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha: President of Pegasus Omega Upsilon Phi. (2): Freshman Pageant: Freshman Girls ' Glee Club: Assistant Chairman Sophomore Circus: Choral Union: Junior Girls Play. Ecru E. HOETZER LW HAROLD D. HOEESTRA . . B.S. in A.E. Ion Wayne, Indiana Rattle ( ' reek. Michigan Sigma Kappa. Society of Automotive Engineers: Aeronautical Society. Ennui) DAVID 1101:DEMAKER . M.D. FIA RA ELIZABETH HODGMAN Chadolie. Michigan A.B. in Ed. Alpha Kappa Kappa: Alpha Epsilon Marshall. Missouri Mu; Michigan Deily (2). (3): Band Martha Cook: Womens ' Educational (2). (3). (d). (5). Club: Girlie Glee Club: Choral Union. Pale 78 Seniors PIAIRENcE A. llotatait . . A.B. F. PAUL HOLMES Flint. Michigan Fort .Veyers. Florida Alpha Phi: Freshman Advisor (31. (I): Delta Chi. Junior Girls Play (3); Sophomore Cirrus: Hockey (2); Woman ' s League Correspondent Secretary (3): Treas• urer. Pan Hellenic Ball (3): President. Pan Hellenic Association (I). OWES FIELD HOLITYA •IL JOREP11 HERRE11T HoLPUCH . . Ali. Ann Arbor. Michigan Chicago, Illinois Union Opera (2). Zeta Psi. ELEANOR T TYLOR I1oLT . A.I3. GERTRUDE ELEANOR IIOLTON . A.N. Renner. Pen nogleania Toledo. Ohio Alpha Chi Omega. Kappa Alpha Theta: La Socieolad Hispanics (3). 11): President (I): Michiganensian (2). (3); Sophomore Circus: Junior Girls ' Play. DAVID LINCOLN HOLZMAN . A.H. EDWINA HO% Brooklyn. Nett York Prescott. Arizona Kappa Nu. Pi Beta Phi. .ARTIER M. HOOKER . . R.S. in Arch. J. STEWART HOOKER . . . . A.B. Muskegon. Michigan Toledo. Ohio Chairman. Senior Cap and Gown: Sigma Delta Chi: Michigan Daily: Class Basketball (3). (I). Michigan Weekly; Michigan Summer Daily. Managing Editor. PERCY J. MERINO . . MILS. ELME M. HORNEHER . . . Rear take. MieLigan Ray City. Michigan Cowen% Hall: Class Vice-President (2): Student Forum: Vice-President (2): Member Advisory Council Stu- dent Forum (3). ELEANOR CIWILE HOMAEY . . A.R. Gawrat ni: . . . Ph. C. ciely: Sophomore Circus. Martha Cook: Portia I: (Wetland. Ohio (lereland. Ohio 1.. NIM ( I.. Morro - Delta Gamma: Landwspe A.R.(3) l)ELS.A 11 " a " ni U.N.1 Detroit. Michigan Rellefontainr. Ohio Cap lc) Page 70 S c 11 iors LEONA MaKnVENOK 1101 ' 011 WILLIAM It. HOUGH . BS. in E.E. A.B. in Ed. Fulton. Illinois Royal Oak. Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon: Phi Eta Siam.: Kappa Phi: Clam Secretary (D. Tau Beta Pi; Triangles: Vulcan.: Track Squad (2). (3): (lass President (3): A. I. E. E. President (1). Baum lino llovoirrox Fitimmacg R. ' Howe A.B. B.S. in Mech. E. Ann Arbor, Michigan Detroit. Michigan Seabbanl and Blade: A. S. M. E. LUCILLE. ELIZAHETH HOWE . Axel): W. HOWLAND . . . M.D. Coldwater, Michigan Adrian. Michigan Belay Barbour: Sigma Alpha Iota. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Alpha Kappa Kappa. RUTH BUNKER Hunan . . A.B. Jackson. Michigan Alplm Phi; Junior Girls Play. RAJA FARIS 110WRANI . . . A.1 . Beirut. Syria Cosmopolitan Club President (3). I). Aom.nnut W. Iloy Ilsontley. Phi Epsilon. • ISABEL 1111111.0113 t. IL Rattle Creek. Michigan Surma.: Michiganensian (2): Pim- Hellenic Replete nnnn ive: Junior (lids ' Play. GEORGE EDGAR MURRELL JOHN VIIANKLIN 11110:11 . . . M.D. B.S. in Civil E. Ass Arbor. Michigan Milford. Michigan Alpha Sigma Phi: Phi Rho Sigma; Sigma Chi: Tan Beta Pi: Triangles: Pi Delta Epsilon: Phi Bela Kappa: Vulcan.: Web and Flange; A. S. C. E.: Galena: l ' hi Sigma: Sigma Chi: Alpha Varsity Swimming (2). (3). (I): Omega Alpha: Phi Kappa Phi. J-,lop Committee: Sophomore Prom. WIenom Gamma. IlcraLra . 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LAWRENCE ANTHONY CIPRIANO Social KATHERINE WILCOX—Chairman JOSEPH SAIILMARK MACRICE DCNWELL l ' are 182 Lower Class Officers 1931 I.AIN ' OFFICERS SAMUEL GAWNE President WRIGHT CONRAD rice-President ROBERT FINCH WILLIAM COLTRAP Treasurer COMMITTEES Adrisory THomns Ctn.:writ—Chairman PAUL S. BRYANT ARCHIBAL M. HIJACK WAvxt: BRowxw. Finance ROBERT S. QuIrcx—Chairman WILLIAM BRUMBAUGH HAROLD BAILEY JOHN S. MISCHENER dale DONALD R. WILLIAMS—l ' hairman ALLEN LAMONT Wysi.gy J. WELLY DONALD F. NASH Social FRANCIS E. ROEHM—ChDDWIDD DAVID W. KENDALL LEO J. CONWAY NIERRII.I. W. TAYLOR -ovk Lower Class Officers )o,...1 1932 LI ' F!tATl1fk, SCIENCE AND ARTS OFFICERS I.:cm nun Nice mow% . . . President MARTHA PETERS . i ' ire-President MARIE WAGNER Secretary FRANK BAKER Treasurer MI NI ITT E ES Auditing :SI VALE GEIC—Ck0i WaR Ilmnwr BOLA " , FRANC DI THORNTON linvram•r. 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ER CECIL PORTER JACK BAILEY MARGARET MORTON BA 1011A F;UGENK SrR°NOr.R Athletic EDWARD HAYDEN—Chairman WILLIAM 1111,4TON TURMAN Rowel RAYMOND PIGMY WILLIAM JONIDI W RALEY DIEHRERGER GORDON JOHNNOS :MAYNARD NIORR IRON 1932 ENGINEERING OFFICERS NI limn: C. SMITH President ItottuuT knsow rice-President EKs:E J WICMON Secretary EDWARD HAMMOND Treasurer ( ' OM :SUTTEES Adrisory Finance ROBERT CRAWFORD—(hairman JACK SPENCER—Chairman ROBERT SNYDER JAM}$ BRYANT JOHN NIA Pra WILBUR NKLSON ■I PALMER STANLEY CHASE Athletic Publicity WILLIAM MERRILL—Chairman WILLIAM Wonnovs—Chairman CARL MARTY NORMAN KNAPP NORMAN Rr MEIt LEO BROWN RoKssER MORRIS WOOLF •4 IL TON C. 911114 40111:11y ARNOW 1.01ter (lass Officers Page 166 Lower Class Officers LYLIt ZlMa IIIONZIT LI31.1111 NOM 1932 ARCHITECTURE OFFICERS LYLE %Went President ROBERT LESLI ice-President JOHN WHITE Secretary JOHN GRAY Treasurer ITTEES .1thletie Organizations SYLVINTER STErxowsKE—Chairman Join: D. Marmaux—Chairman llowER T. CARRION JOHN F. ctrICK CLAYTON T. CoLusa HANS E. SAIILIN Finance Social JOHN W. LUNDY—Chairman GLEASON W. COOMBE- -Chairman Cloolua; F. JACKSON DONALD M. CHAFFEE JOHN R. Caw( WILLIAM A. SEELEY STANLEY 13. FLEISCHAKER LOUISE M. HINE% Sanaa Par too 1932 PHARMACY OFFICERS Cam. II. BROWN President RAYMOND D. HETTERICK r iee-President GEORGE T. GRIOCS Secretary HOWARD W. BALDOCK Treasurer COMMITTEES Finance Publicity HOWARD W. BALM CR—Chairman ALREwr W. ANON—Chairman Tom C. SAMUELS VERNICE R. RIYEENRCRG Social CHARLES M. Fewur—Chairman Tuommi D. ROWE Awnit-R R. Twins Lower ( Vire PS GRONOS N. MANSION CAMILLS MOOR 1932 MEDICINE OFFICERS N 11 VOIR " President Callum Drum fire-President CHARLES FRANTZ Secretary DONALD DODD.; Treasurer CONI:1111TEES Honor Connell MORTON S. HAVEMANN ALEXANDER H. CONRAD Exerutire Council HAROLD C. BERNARD C. SNEDEKER D. Smu.txo EDWARD COATE ' . NIA UNICE LANDER% HARRY GREENBAUM Lower Clomrs Officers Smoker Committee Innnt C. CARPENTER. ht.. Chairman THOMAS A. OWENS GEORGE HAMMOND HARRY RICHTER JO4EPII !BRALEY 4:‘ Par 163 ITATUR[5 automobile, show typifies the industry through which Michigan., has become internationally famous. about eighty percent of the cars used through. out the timid are manufizatcred here . Freshman Week at the station is the answer to a Dean ' s prayer. The reception com- mittee is about to make its get-a-way with the profits of Freshman Week, which. in spite of what Prexy says to the contrary, are quite pecuniary. Football SIM A NS ARBOR is at her best in Football Time.—gaily bedecked fraternity houses. endless lines of entering automobiles, furry hordes of alumni returning, cheery hails to old acquaintances. proud taunts of visiting rooters—all a jolly bedlam. And at the Union and the houses the spirit of con- viviality is heightened by ninny a short pour, pre- dictions as to the game ' s outcome are climaxed by wagers, echoes of " when I was in school ' s. Then the pageant moves as the crowds drift toward the stadium, the onlerly march evolves into a muddy turmoil as the believer, near their Mecca, scalpers and scalped, pop-corn balls and chrysanthemums. Stadium walls loom up. over the brink and the glorious panoramm—mon- key-like white cheer leader:. the strutting drum major. grim lines and fleeting hacks, the soaring ball per- spiring officials. peanut shucks, red hats and coon- skin coats. ' next ' n ends theponeHMI starts the great exit nue.— marching thousands. crawl- ing lines of traffic, howling horns. smashed fenders.- - long pours. Economics, and Calculus. IFROSHI SIMS Class Games BEFORE an audience whose demands would pale a gladiator ' s check, the poison-minded under-cla.s‘- es are turned loose. The brow-beating five foot sophomores arc noticeably absent and such as there arc of that size are insuffi- cient to go around. The student council attempts to cramp the styles of the fighters and itself suffers most of the casualties. itkrNYar.71452131 - r- 211 . ;..‘ " ,_..1 is l ' oge I:; Fall Views Wino: there is a tingle in the. air the prodigal sons of Michigan come back to Ann Arbor. The old spend- ing spree is commenced again with the Student Directory. followed quickly by the Daily and the Gar- goyle. However none of the Student salesmen can out thunder Doctor Lovell. who maintains his publica- tion purveyor the hub of the campus. The Mimes of the Michigan Union etthandsomest men are sometimes. " This truism was again gloriously vindicated when bow ' s Find " proved itself to be the must SUCeeK4111 of the recent annual Mimes ' productions. Even exceed- ing the co-eds in their be- smearment with pigment. the boys elicited the tradi- tional gasps of admiration Present " Rainbow ' s End " from the feminine specta- tors. The authors must have looked about for some time fora device to enhance the fe • Immo( theehorus girls for they finally worked inn dirty Indian tribe which made the girls quite viva- cious by contrast. Except I hat the ladies voices in the mixed• choruses were a hit weak, the music was fine. - 1:: Winter THE frolicsome lasses formed one of the knock- out features of that scintil- lating spectacle, the sopho- more circus. This Michigan Mardi Gras was aimed to brighten the monotonous winter in Ann Arbor ' s cli- mate repertory. The " flu " accompanied winter and the University. fearing for the health of its undergrad- uates, inquired as to their il li it _ condition. But the students bravely minimized their ills and school continued. The high light of the sea- son came when the North University pleasure palace first furnished the campus with some real entertain- ment. Some pessimists predicted that the Arcade would not he demolished, but the firemen proved their fears groundless. Par • Junior Girls ' Play " Forward March " THE shock of the two males who discovered them- selves alone in a republic of women was as nothing com- pared with the surprise we got when our own unsus- pected campus Ventases ap- peaml on the stage clad for exhibition. We didn ' t know that the Junior Girls ' class had " it " in them. rut ' 1•11 Spring the men throng about the polls for spring election. the ladies find di- version isfaet ion for their aesthetic yearnings in nymph-like dance and emu- of Maid Marion. A staunch Ann Arbor feminist would say the girls are going in more for health and ath- letics than beauty. which sounds like sour grapes. Initiations TII E Noble red men in dirty gymn pants are, in their playful manner, wel- coming the deserving. Note the blissful expression of the faithful who have reached their aspiration. Were it not for the initiations students might regret not making honor societies. • Commencement and Swing Out Cowin:scrams-r is a pleas- ant occasion:everyone eon. rerned is happy. A quaint old custom has weathered the constitution so that the still holds. " first they swing, and then they ' re out. " Ann Arbor ' s gift to the world attires itself in cap and gown as a parting shot. 1110•1111maillimssamillimillse do,f it( I May )114 OJ opvinu op tkonimilo MO •Jny ATHLETICS thirty odd mineral products of eillichigart— make her many metal-using industries. Chief among these, resources are., copper, iron.. and sob—. .11Melics RUM U. AIGLEK VI o•T ELTI IN E. WI.u.N (t...x.cNtg Corm Lime W. AIGLER HENRY C. A,ny.itso, Itratairr C. ANGELL EDMUND E. DAT WILUAM A. FRYER ALFRED 0. LEK ALUMNI MEMBERS President of the Fa rrrrrr ity Chairman of the Board ELMER D. MITCHELL FIELDING II. YOST UNIVERSITY OF MICH ' GAN ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS FIELDING 11. YOST Director of intercollegiate Athletics ELTON K WIER %N. Assistant Director Maur A. Tiu.onoy Easiness Manager ANDREW S. RAKER Secretary STANFORD N. Foam. Editor of Athletic News FACULTY MEMBERS JAMES E. Durrr. Bay City THOMAS S. HAMMOND. Chicago CHARLES B. Dttleanmr.. Detroit STUDENT MEMBERS RICHARD S. SPINDLE LEVERNE II. ' TAYLOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS DANA NORTON Football Manager PAUL COLWELL . . . Cron Conntry Manor, ROLAND TAYLOR Basheibedl Manager Roam, W. MANLEY . . loterscholastie Manatee ROBERT Deo Baseball Manager SIDNEY STIENSMA . . 311901 Sports Manager RICHARD GRETSCH Track Manager KENNETH L. BLACE InItomuroI sports Managers RICHARD T. PURDY The Interior of lost Field Douse Pop 885 I Athletics VARSITY CAPTAINS GFAMGE E. Riot Football ERNEST B. McCoy . Basketball CARL M. Lees Baseball GEORGE B. HDWER Track RICHARD S. SPINDLE . . . Swimming ROBERT F. WARREN Wrestling Ilmact; J. BARTON . . . . Tennis ADDISON D. CONNOR Golf J. MORTIMER FISUPR Hockey THEODORE C. WUERFUL . Cross Country MAURICE J. LAZAR . . . Fencing McCoy Rich COACHING STAFF FIELDING H. YOST . . . . Director ELTON E. WIEMAN Assistant Director RAY L. FISHER ..... Baseball STEPHEN J. FARREI L Track CLIFFORD KEEN . . . Wrestling THOMAS C. TRUEBLOOD . . . . Golf MATTHEW MANN Swimming HENRY C. HUTCHINS Tennis EDWARD LOWRFY Hockey JACK L. Blau . . . Assistant Coach FRANKLIN C. CAPPON . Assistant Coach RAYMOND 0. COURTRIGHT Assistant Coach BENNIE G. OOSTERDAAN Assistant Coach CHARLES B. Horr . . . . Trainer JAMES A. MCDONALD Assistant Trainer CASSIUS CAHILL . Assistant Trainer Heger Page 186 The Intramural Building The latest addition to the Ferry Field Athletic Plant is the new Intramural Athletic Building which was opened last fall. The building of the new stadium was recognized as a great forward step but now that the Intramural building has been financed by $750,000 of the Stadium ' s gate receipts the true extent of Director Yost ' s foresight is evident. The building gives the intramural department facilities for accommodating 4,000 students and faculty members who may participate in basketball. swimming, volley-ball, tennis, squash. handball, boxing, and wrestling, and makes possible the slogan, " Athletics for All. " The only varsity squad in the building is the swimming team which uses a natatoriun capable of seating 1.500 spectators. Lombard-Romanesque is the general architecture of the building which is similar to the Yost field house. The employment of cork in the construction to eliminate echo is only one of the features which make the Intramural building the best of its kind. • ere rem re • .......... The Main Gymnasium The Swimming Pod The ' acuity The Wrestling Page in Yr Athletics ) " SniZ.H.1 CONFERENCE MEDAL The Conference Medal is awarded yearly in every school in the " Big Ten " to the man who has shown the greatest proficiency in scholarship and athletics throughout his college career. At Michigan this medal was won in 1928 by Normal Gabel who consistently main- tained a high scholastic average, and won his " M " three successive years by playing tackle on the football team. lie was a member of Phi Kappa Phi, honorary schol- astic fraternity as well as of Sphinx, Junior honorary, and Druids, Senior honorary society. MICHIGAN ' S AII. AMERICAN If any one man was responsible for Michigan ' s phenomenal comeback during the 1928 football season it was Otto Pommerening. During the early season when one disheartening reverse followed another his personality shone on the gridiron with the same brilliance which was later to flame in Michigan victory. When the line was faltering beneath terrific punishment, Pommerening held like a rock although he weighed but 178 pounds. He not only held firm but time and again slashed through to surprise a play in the embryo. Pommerening played every minute during the season and his work was so uniformly excellent that it is difficult to differentiate between his performances. When the Conference championship Illinois team came to Ann Arbor led by the huge Captain " Butch " Nowack at tackle Pommerening completely overshadowed Nowack to help Michigan defeat Illinois. When the Wolverines were behind in the Iowa game they drove eight out of nine plays through Pommerening ' s position in the sixty- five yard victory march. One P. Poneresing Per 188 FOCTUALIL Fool CAF ON 00EIRRIMAN VRErVICER Cart HOYT NORTON WOMAN NORMAN WILTIM.PL 1141•ITRT HOOT CORNWELL VOn WIIMER HOLMES SOLIS SILVER GERMS OIWOG W)DEN TOTTER DPAVELING TRIPATOWPKI POSIMEILENING RICH ROVARD CRAGIN POW DAHLIA. RORER SIMITALL GPM FR 1928 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM OFFICERS Captain flack Manager PERSONNEL End !tonna W. Pot Critter Ono P. FOMMERRNING End EDWIN R. NORMAN . Center GEORGE E. Roo . Halfback JAMES 0. SIMRALL . End GEORGE G. S9r1r.R . Fullback ALFRED E. STEINKE Halfback HARVEY G. STIIACII . Halfback ions II. G. TOUR E Fullback JOREPII E. TRCSICOWSKI Tackle JOAN R. Wtontuot . End R. JAMISON WILIIAMA . Guard . Tackle . Tackle Halfback Quarterback Guard Gerard Qttatierbark . Halfback End Quarterback Guard ' 29 (hoses E. RICH - ELTON E. WICIMAN DANA M. NORTON MARSHALL R. BODES ALAN J. WARD ' 30 FRANCIN M. CORNWNLL ' 30 RAYMOND A. CRAMS ALYRS G. DAHLRM . la) F. DRAvtuxo . ' 31 Jos G. Gsmnis . ' 30 WALTER E. Gst ' 31 DANIEL W. BOLMKJI ' 31 STANLEY J. DOZER . ' 31 BRUCE W. IIVLBURT ' 30 J. IV to.rnmo Ostsvto . ' 30 AMA II IP A ar:S411 44 CARL J. VAGUE. ' 30 t, , MILTON E. IlvonmAx. ' 30 49 6or ti,` Claantes A. Ihr.orywr.o. ' 31 • 4 4, . a " rf. " -vi.RAN. I ' . BROWN. 30 WILLIAM A. BROWN. 30 Oast: F. CARTER. 19 ;11w .. j THOMAS M. Coot. ' 31 WILLIAM J. DAssoy. 29 HAROLD B. BADER. 29 A Mourns Hcoorat. 29 DOUGLASS Knot. ' 29 Joxs IL M oinks. ' 29 DONALD L WILSON. ' 30 RICHARD M. LYTLE. ' 31 JKNNINGS MCBRIDE.. ' 30 ERNEST B. McCoy, ' 29 ROBERT 0. 3JORGAN. 31 RAT F. PARKER. ' 29 ROBERT J. PATTON. ' 31 MARION A. Stotnw000. ' 31 Roomy A. SMITH. ' 30 DOMINIC E. St-1.1.0, 29 JOHN C. WIRY %N. 30 George E. RICA V. Pate 100 ' 30 ' 29 ' 30 ' 31 ' 29 ' 31 ' 30 ' 29 ' 10 ' 30 Michigan tweet Michigan Michigan . RESULTS Nlichigan Michigan Michigan ..a Michigan frit Michigan re NW The Stadium ' i • 47trjAr14 foothall OF THE SEASON 7 Ohio Wesleyan 17 0 Indiana 6 7 Ohio State 19 0 Wisconsin 7 3 Illinois 0 6 U. S. Navy 6 3 Michigan State 0 10 - Iowa 7 CONFERENCE " , STANDINGS I. T PCT. Illinois I I 0 .800 Wisconsin 3 I 1 .750 Minnesota 4 2 0 .666 Iowa 3 2 0 .600 Ohio State 3 2 0 .600 Purdue 2 2 1 .500 Michigan 2 3 0 .400 Northwestern 2 3 0 Indiana 2 4 0 .333 Chicago 0 5 0 .000 Dana 31.Nortom ton ' tr Football Nfle George E. Rich Michigan Tacklere Stop Brew of O. W. U. AlICHIGAN OHIO WINIXYAN. . . 17 An inexperienced Michigan eleven lost the first opening game since 18843 to a strong and well seasoned Ohio Wesleyan team. The Bishops scored by a consistently smart offensive in each of the last three quarters on two touchdowns and a field goal. A forty-eight yard dash through the line when orthodoxy called for a punt was typical of Wesleyan ' s daring play. Besides gaining through the line, Wesleyan used a short pass over the line after faking a punt which on one occasion cul- minated in a fifty-seven yard run for touchdown. Michigan ' s touchdown came in the third quarter when Holmes intercepted a pass in mid-field and ran until out of bounds on the Bishops ' two yard line. Captain Rich plunged over on the third play. Pommerening ' s fine all around work which included covering punts and recovering fumbles from his tackle position was the bright spot of the Wolverines ' play, while Breese starred for the visitors. Joe Tru•kowati Moroni 11 ' . Poe I Michigan Forms Perini Interference 71 ' AV v4dat, Per 192 erseet ifrIvitfIl Fait. In Pierre Mc Miehigan line James U. Slave NI ICU IGA N 11 Isatisss 6 In the first conference game Michigan ' s fighting varsity battled on even terms with Indiana until the fourth quarter when the insistent Hoosier offensive finally pushed over a lone score. The Michigan performance was a distinct reversal of form from its previous mediocre game against Ohio Welseyan. In the first half Michigan displayed a plunging attack which smashed out five first downs, three of them in succession. A great improvement in Michigan ' s play was shown at the ends where Truskowski and Draveling broke up many Indiana plays. The speed of the Iloosier backfield led by Captain Bennett. who alone gained 15I yards. proved the margin of victory. Truskowski threw three successful passes for the Wolverines which totalled fifty yards. although several of his heaves suffered costly interceptions. John Tot zke outpunted his opponents by an average of four yards. too Drarding Downs lirmloaket of Indiana Past Pk; Vo Football Otto P. Poosnorreniny Ihrk Intercepts n Winonsin Pon MICHIGAN 0 A minute and a half before the final gun. Cuisinier of Wis- consin grablxxl a pass which had cwapcd ' fnaskowskfs strain- ing fingers and scuttled through Michigan ' s defense for the only score of the game. With a few moments remaining, Michigan kicked off and stxm gained the ball. Then a des- perate passing attack rushed the ball down the field to Wis- consin ' s seventeen yard line where the ball and game were last as the gun sounded. The Wolverines showed real offensive ismer for the find time of the season when they gained sixty-four yank by noshing in the second half as compared to the winners fourteen. In defensive work, Michigan stopped five dangerous Badger offensives, three of which were terminated within her ten rant line. Rich and Pommerening were partieularly outstanding in the Nlidligan Iterformance. karommd .1. t toys., 11 " iffred °twig Rie4 Run Deep into WiAronoin Territory Page WS luotball of Ohio is Pol11 Omni Edwin B. Norman George G. Squisr 01110 Starr 19 Ohio State finally gained revenge for seven consecutive defeats at the hands of Michigan by giving the Wolverines their third defeat in as many contests. Both teams scored in the first period following fumbles and Michigan had a temporary point advantage when Cembis succeeded in the try for goal. Draveling. Wolverine end, made the Michigan touchdown when he fell over the goal line on the ball after a Buckeye accidentally touched Wheeler ' s punt. The long hoped for Michigan offensive again disappointed Michigan ' s followers. The defense stubbornly resisted Ohio ' s attack throughout the contest although it was inevitable that the Buckeyes would score since the ball was constantly in Michigan territory. As a last minute attempt to inject the missing spark in the Wolverine offense, a pony backfield was rushed in but its speed proved of little avail. Runoff of Minn...v.I:take a Coal After Touchdown V John II. Tolzhe Crogin Drenches Peters of Illinois Mictucxx 3 latxcas 0 An unusual underhand WINS from Truskowski to DaMem followed by the latter ' s dash straight through the Illinois line put the ball on the eleven yard line from which point of vant- age Gembis booted the ball through the goal posts for a victory. The undefeated thin; had confidently invaded Ferry Field with nine veterans from last year ' s conference championship team and could not see bow the downtrodden Michigan team could possibly resist the terrific smashing of their great backs. Pommerening. Poe, Truskowski and their fellow linesmen turned back the Illinois backfield aces besides completely over- shadowing the experienced Sucker line. Pommerening outdid Captain Butch Novack at. tackle position and Poe ran circles around Crane. Grantlant Rice ' s 1927 All-American guard. All during the g Peters kept the Michigan team on its toes and the rooters on the edges of their seats with his flashy sprints and often all but broke away. In the third quarter he made n superb effort for a field goal but the spinning ball hit the cross bar and dropped back in the playing area. Another try in the last period went wide and Illinois was dropped to fourth place in the conference standing. Francis .11. Cornwell Gernbis Kirks the Winning Goal Page IN Football McLain Reaches Michigan Secondary Defense John N. 117teeler NI1C1110A IU IOWA Alfred E. Steinke A well coordinated team of Wolverines upset the individ- ually brilliant Hawkeyes in the year ' s last game. Iowa had the best performing backs of the game in Pape and Glassgow. Early in the first quarter Glassgow began a play by sliding off tackle and ended, after some perfect interference and artful dodging, by crossing the Michigan goal line. ' faking advantage of a poor Iowa punt in the second period Michigan rushed the ball to the seventeen yard line and Gembis kicked a field goal. The Wolverines also scored in the third quarter when their running attack evinced its power by ripping the Iowa defense to shreds. Four straight downs were made in placing the ball in scoring position. Here Truskowski. who had just made several dangerously successful plunges, was called back again and faked a line buck. The Iowa defense was all set for the big end and a moment later Dahlem went dashing around Iowa ' s left end for a touchdown. Michigan ' s line outshone that of Iowa from end to end in a manner so that only Pommerening could stand out. The backfield functioned perfectly as a unit. Haney G. Straub Joe Gembis Ploughs Through Ike Iowa Line Page 197 • Football Walter E. Gelded Diehereon Circle. Michigan ' s Right Bad MICHIGAN 6 NAVY 6 The fighting Wolverines came back in the last quarter to even terms with the Navy in one of the year ' s most thrilling contests. The Midshipmen scored at the start of the second half following the kickoff which was returned seventy-six yards by Bannon to the Michigan seven yard line. The irresistible Michigan march began on her forty-eight yard line late in the third period and ended early in the fourth as Hour plunged over. Horn, substituting for Gembis who was ill, was the unexpected bulwark of Michigan ' s scoring offense. The Navy ' s last bid for victory in the form of her second attempted plum kick failed. Bovard ' s brilliant defensive play was often disastrous for the Navy backs; Poe also played a fine defensive game. Simrall, sophomore halfback. outkicked the highly touted Midshipman. Bowstrom. Both to suffered crushing set-backs early in the season and it was in a sense unique that they should tie each other and then proceed to comebacks that made ( intntland Rice call them great. Nary Fails to Break Ti. Bruce II ' . Bativri Page Pm football NISCHICIAX STATE 0 Defensive play predominated throughout the game with Michigan State. When both teams found their offense unprof- itable, a punting duel began in which Grove outpunted the three Michigan kickers. The only thrill of the game was furnished by the spectacular State aerial attack. Schau ' s zipping passes pierced the falling rain time and again for sub- stantial gains and this threat kept the outcome of the game in constant ' doubt. Again, as in the Navy contest, an untried fullback showed his worth. Dozer plunged over in the Navy game for the tying score, and in the State game Hughes was called from the bench to substitute at fullback where he booted the winning goal. Geistert was the greatest! ground gainer with fifty yards. Truskowaki also stood out in the offense throwing a thirty yard pass and making thirty yards through the line in four tries. Michigan showed little to the Iowa scouts, because only eight different plays were used. The game was of particular interest to a Michigan crowd in that the two coaches, Wieman and Kipke, were both former Michigan Captains. Allyn O. Borer Pinny, Onr the Nary Coat l ' age tr. Schou Fails to Elide Michigan Tarkin Mar shal! II. Roden floctir.N. Football FRESHMAN FOOTBALL One of the strongest freshman football teams in recent years watt through a successful season under the tutelage of Coach Ray Fisher. Some excellent material was found, notably in the line. The freshmen were instructed in the offensive tactics of future opponents of the vanity which they demonstrated against the first team. In this fashion the varsity was considerably aided in perfecting its defense. The first-year team won a round - robin tournament with the sophomore and physical education teams. FRESHMEN NUMERAL WINNERS JACK ANDERSON WILLIAM LOENNEKE ALBERT 13ERKOWIT2 OSCAR LUNDIN DAVID BROCKMEIER EDWARD MCC.ORMACK MIKE Doman M. MOSSER %PALEY DIERBEIGER MAYNARD ' MORRISON IRA GRIMEL WALLACE MILLER BILL IlEwrrr 0. PARKER ' AVIS HICKS RAYMOND PRIEST HAROLD HODGSON . JAMES QUINN EDWARD HAYDEN ALBERT RASSMINSON GORDON JOHNSON GERALD RICKETTS JAMES JONES THOMAS ROACH WILLIAM JONES JAY SIKKENOA A. KAMNISKI Tom SAMUEIA TIFTCRIST KAMPRAN WALTER STEIN WILKE LANGEN L. TOWNSEND P. M. WATERS " B " TEAM FOOTBALL " From the standpoint of additional competition. experienx, ani development of a greater number of players, the ' If team ' s season was a decided success, " commented Director Yost. The team ' s season average was over .500. Same excellent material was developed in the " B " team in Dahlem, Hughes, Totzke, Geistert, Whittle, Cook, and McBride, who were transferred to the varsity squad. Scores by Dahlem and Hughes won the Iowa and State games for the varsity. RESULTS OF " B " TEAM SEASON Michigan 14 Mount Union 0 Michigan 3 M. S. N. C 25 Michigan 3 Ohio State Reserves 0 Michigan 0 Wisconsin Reserves 19 Michigan 33 Alma 0 Michigan - 33 University of Toledo 0 0 Sr) Par WO 1 " I FASICETI3AILL Basketball TAY. ox KAWITZ IttIlLEY OOSTSIIIMAN APIN•• WC 00y 4RNECA CWAIWAN RALSON) N111711.11 1929 VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS OFFICERS ERNEST B. McCoy Captain GEORGE F. VEENKER ( ' oath ROLLAND W. TAYLOR Manager PERSONNEL. ...... Forward Guard ( ' enter (hum( . .... Forward Guard ...... lanyard Gum .... Forward .... . Forward AMA RICHARD M. LYTLE, ' 31 Jot: K. 1)owsEy. ' 31 WILLIAM R. DoucALL. ' 31 GEORGE W. SLAGLE, ' 30 HAROLD WEINSTEIN. ' 31 JOSEPH .1. BALSAM° . . . ' 29 ALBERT R. BARLEY ' 29 ROBERT C. CHAPMAN ' 30 ELLWOOD L. CUSHING ' 29 THAREL T. ICANITZ . . ' 29 FRANK R. LOVELL ' 30 J. WILFRED ORWIG . . . ' 30 DANIEL P. Rosy ' 29 JOSEPH E TRUSKOWSKI . . .1. DALLAS WHITTLE . . . Ernest B. 31reny Pw !Or Basketball The floor in Yost Field Novae RESULTS OF THE SEASON Michigan 21 Michigan State 31 Michigan 34 U. of Pennsylvania.... 21 Michigan 31 Penn. State 11 Michigan 45 Cornell University 13 Michigan 32 Northwestern 20 Michigan 31 Wisconsin 23 Michigan 36 Iowa 25 Michigan 21 Illinois 17 Michigan 34 Ohio 24 Michigan 23 Northwestern 24 Michigan 23 Minnesota 18 Michigan 24 Illinois 27 Michigan 25 Iowa 18 Michigan 28 Minnesota 19 Michigan 27 Ohio 26 Michigan 37 Wisconsin 22 CONFERENCE STANDING IV. 1.. PCT. Michigan 10 2 .833 Wisconsin 10 2 .833 Purdue 9 3 .750 Northwestern 7 5 .583 Ohio State 6 6 .500 Illinois 6 6 .500 Iowa a 7 .422 Indiana 4 8 .333 Chicago 2 10 .16 6 W esota.... 1 11 .083 ray Rolland IF. Taylor kr ttv ccii- Basketball BASKETBALL MICHIGAN 24 MICHIGAN STATE COLLFAE Si Breaking an eight-year-old jinx, a determined Michigan State basketball team overcame an almost overwhelming lead to whip the Wolverines in their traditional annual encounter by a score of 31-24. Througho ut the first half, and for a part of the second, the game was unusually slow and uninteresting, as both teams pre- ferred to play a cautious defensive game. Bill Onvig was the offensive threat of the Michigan team and the high point scorer of the game with 10 points, while Bob Chapman was responsible for four of the remaining baskets. Chapman also aided the Wolverines greatly by regularly out-jumping Dan Herder to get the tip-off. MICHIGAN 34 PENNSYLVANIA 21 Showing a complete reversal of the form displayed in the opening game of the season, Coach George Weaker s eagers rode rough- shod over Pennsylvania, 1926-27 Eastern Intercollegiate Champions, to hand the visitors their worst defeat in years. After a slow start the invaders took an early lead, largely due to the sensational shoot- ing of Captain Joey Schaaf, who registered four baskets in the first period. the Wolverines soon hit their stride, however, and cut the Penn lead down to one point at the end of the half. The Maize and Blue team followed the ball well and repeatedly pierced the Quaker defense in the second half. Chapman ' s work at center was one of the features of the contest, while Orwig turned in a fine exhibition of floor work. Robed C. Chapman J. Wilfred nrvig MICHIGAN 31 PENN STATE Cracking under the strain of three games in four days. the Penn State basketeers received a humiliating defeat at the hands of the fighting Wolverines. The invaders were unable to penetrate the strong Michigan defense which held them nearly scoreless in the first half. Neither regulars nor subs were able to prevent the fierce on- slaught of the Maize and Blue warriors who demonstrated the most accurate passing and best all-round team-work they had shown thus far in the season. Micuums 45 CORNELL 13 Following close on the heels of Penn State ' s defeat, Cornell ' s basketeers enjoyed even less success, falling before the strongest offense displayed by the Wolverines this year. This game marked the final pre-conference contest and the Wolverine victory gave Michigan a record of three wins in four starts. The game proved to be a repetition of the preceding skirmish with the Quakers in that the invaders were unable to break through the formidable defense thrown up by Coach Veenker ' s charges. Limited to three goals from the field, the Ithicans were forced to rely on free throws for seven of their thirteen points. Joe Truskowski won high scoring honors for the second night in succession by dropping in eight baskets and four free throws, while Bill Onvig counted six times from the floor. Portal Basketball urnuax 32 NORMS ' FTTERN 20 Invading the stronghold of the Wolves with a team of six-footers and an impressive early season record, the Wildcats found them- selves checked at every turn by the impenetrable Michigan defense and were forced to be content with shots from behind the foul line. The Wolverines sewed up their victory during the final half of the contest by a fierce onslaught, led by the diminutive Danny Rose. MICHIGAN 31 Wnscosstx 2.3 Michigan rose to first place in the conference standing by beating the confident Wisconsin team• the only undefeated team in the Middle West, by the score of 31-23 in a hard-fought game. Michigan got off to a good start by sinking five of its first six shots. Truskowski. with 13 counts to his credit, was the high point scorer . of both teams. Chapman and Orwig with six points apiece were two other important fa ctors in the Michigan victory. Foster. the giant Wisconsin center, was the leading scorer for his team. MICHIGAN 36 IOWA 25 Five inspired Wolverines staged a remarkable comeback and knocked the Iowa basketball team out of their sweep toward the Big Ten title. With the Ilawkeyes leading and with seven minutes to play, the Michigan players suddenly hit their scoring stride and buried the home team under a barrage of baskets. T he final score was 36-25. . Joseph E. Truster :hi Chapman was high point man for Michigan with II tallies. and Orwig trailed him by one point. Both scored four field goals. but the lanky center slipped in one more free throw than his team-mate. High scoring honors for the con- test went to Captain " Rags " Wilcox. Iowa center, who bagged 14 points in the encounter in addition to playing an excellent floor grime. M WIHGAN 21 ILLINOIS. I7 Overcoming riu)sition of the stubbornest sort on the part of the de terminal Omit the Wolverine basketball team hung up its fourth by a score of 21-17. The game was played before apploxlinately 7.000 people, the largest crowd of the season. Using ' a tight defense that completely stifled the famed lllini slow breiking offense. the Wolverinesexhibited a well- balanc•d scoring combination, each of the five players accounting for at least one field goal. Neither team displayed much accuracy from the floor, although the Wolverines started the initial half impressively by dropping in five of their 15 attempted field goals. In a total of 33 attempts the Wolverines registered eight baskets, while the Mini garnered in seven in Al tries. Michigan made good five of her eight free throws. while Illinois was credited with three out of eight attempts. MICHIGAN 3t Onto STATE 2d Winning their fifth consecutive victory at the expense of a Big Ten opponent. the Michigan basketeers advanced a step nearer to the Conference cage title by decisively beating Ohio State 31-21. It was the first game for the Wolverines in nearly a month but although they showed the effects of their long lay-off. they took the lead shortly after the gi • was under way. 4• S rb aft • Ik hi dl ss is a oea as 13 T Basketball Elbrood I.. fleshing MICHIGAN 23 NORTH WINTKHN 24 Northwestern overcame a three point handicap in the last two minutes to defeat. Michigan by a single point margin in a rough and tumble contest in the Wildcats ' home territory. The Purple and White victory toppled the Wolverines from their place at peak of the standing into a three way tie with Wisconsin and Purdue for the lead in the Big Ten Chapman, :Michigan center, took the scoring honors with ten points on three baskets and four free throws. Captain McCoy starred at guard for the Wolverines, reaching up in the air to break up several Wildcat dog shots, taking the ball off from the backboanl well. and playing throughout the entire game without having a foul called on him until the last two minutes. MICHIGAN 23 MINNESOTA 18 Held to a single field goal and four free throws for the first half. Michigan rallied in the second session to defeat Minnesota 23-18. Lanky Bob Chapman led the Wolverines in the comeback to out- point the Gophers and ring up their sixth victory while Minnesota was chalking up their sixth loss. Tight defensive play by both teams marked the contest as a bitterly fought affair, with the more accurate shooting of Michigan being the important factor in the outcome. The Gophers fought desperately. holding the lead at alternating intervals, until the last few minutes of play, when the Wolverines gained an unthreatened lead. Fro„ torell MICHIGAN . .24 ILLINGIS . 27 Michigan ' s league leading bas- ketball team dropped a game to a scrapping Illini crew in an over- time game. 27-24. Illinois aban- doned the slow breaking tactics employed heretofore during the season and started the game with a long Ixonbardment of the Mich- igan goal which soon began to pay dividends. So tight was the play of both teams that not a point was scored during the last six minutes of the second half. Captain McCoy was the only Wolverine who was able to pene- trate the Illinois defense for any good shots. He was the high point scorer for Michigan with four field goals. Nanny,, who was sent in to substitute for ' I ' ruskowski, played all excellent iiihmt floor game. Johnny How was high scorer for Illinois with four field goals and two free throws. Jo...1A J. Bolnumo l ' a yr :or; cetiaatc oreg Basketball a : A:4; ay- , t c. ail 176:1, i-4 t..- - ' t -: ' l F I :.., ir MucuicAx 25 10W% 18 L —,... ,_.i._ Combining a deliberate and accurate passing game with shooting of the most uncanny sort and a practically impregnable defense, Michigan ' s basketball team staged a sensational comeback to beat the determined Hawkey° invaders by a 25-18 score and maintain their place in the close race for the Conference championship. The Wolverines flashed a complete t - reversal of form in downing the Hawks for the second time this season to their list of victories to seven, thereby remaining deadlocked . • with Purdue in second place—just one game behind the Badgers. Captain McCoy played a dead-eye game. sinking two unusually long floor shots and a difficult short shot from the side. Danny Rase was high score man with eight points to his credit. Bill Orwig tunnel in a remark- able exhibition of floor work in addition to accounting for five of the Wolverine tallies. NIU1HGANT 28 NIINNFAOTA 19 Michigan took undisputed possasion of second position in the Big Ten Conference standing by virtue of a 28-19 victory over the lowly Minnesota quintet in a game which was marred by exceedingly spotty ball handling on the part of both teams. The erratic basket-shooting of the Wolves f • failed to equal the standard of play which marked their preceding tilt with the Ilawkeyes. -- ' It was only the accuracy of Bob Chapnum that saved the game for Michigan. His uncanny long tosses pulled the Wolverines out of several a serious tendencies to go into a much feared slump. By sinking three field goals and five free shots he gained the distinction of being high point scorer of the game. Albert R. lhn1,9 70•1 OHIO STATE; 26 A successful visit to Columbus gave the Wolverines an opportunity to share the Big Ten title with Wisconsin. Michigan managed to score just one more point than Ohio Stale in Mr of the fastest and closest games of the season. The game was nip and tuck from the first whistle. with Michigan holding a slight advantage most of the time. Stalling was out of the question. for the slightest break in defense would have meant sure defeat. Neither team was able to locate the basket during the first few minutes. although both had several excellent oppor- tunities to score. Tnakowski finally broke the ice by sinking a long overhand shot. After that Chapman and Orwig took the ball down into hostile territory several times for the majority of Michigan ' s tallies. Evans, Buckeye forward, was high point man with five field goals to his credit. MnImax....37 Wit:axe:m...22 In the closing minutes of the final game of the season, an inspired Michigan team repeated the early season victory over Wisconsin by a 37 to 22 score. The game began in an electric atmosphere with both teams mak- ing nervous attempts to penetrate very close defenses. Both teams fought desperately to gain a lead, a slight advantage resting with the Wolverines. Whenever Michigan worked the ball in with short passes for a . shot under the basket, a lanky Badger would sink a long shot from the floor. When Orwig went out on personals after contributing considerably to the Michi- gan total, hope; for the team received a set-back. But expected blow completely demoralized Wisconsin and Monts, who was substituted. proceeded to make two baskets and a free throw in quick succes.sion. This un- Michigan outscored her 15-2 in the last period. This victory enabled the Wolverines to tie with Mani T. knit: Wisconsin for the Conference Championship. .1 atm,. flak Basketball JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Coach Counwright considered the 1929 season very successful for the Junior Varsity. In addition to having a good record of eight victories in nine games, the B ' s offered potential strength to the Vanity by developing men of marked ability that were later of service to them. The B teams have been introduced into Big Ten circles in order to develop varsity material and offer others a chance to play who were unable to make the Varsity. The Michigan B ' s were very successful in both these objectives. There were no outstanding men, as the B mentor attempted to give many men a chance to play, rather than developing a single combination of five men. Ypsi was the only opponent to overcome them and this was later avenged by a one point defeat on their home floor. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Numeral sweaters were awarded to thirteen members of the unusually success- ful 1929 freshman basketcers. The squad. built around Daniels, Crouch, Weiss, O ' Neil and Jones as a first team, showed a great deal of strength against the varsity and B teams. Unlike last year the hoopsters were not handicapped by lack of height. In the many contests with the vanity the freshmen acquired valuable expe- rience and were, in addition, able to give the varsity sufficient opposition to be of help to them. Followers of the team and sport critics are favorable in their out- look and think that several members of the team have already shown varsity calibre. It is generally believed that Coach Ray Fisher has built up a potential squad that can boast as good a record as any previous team. n • 2Ankrat rqgte EASIEDALL Baseball YC KILLLS MICICHMAN IX6111111IMAM CAWS, AMMICK MC Alt MC COY foil WISMIAMS MX =LUNG CAPT. LOON COACH IMAMS • olOOMMN MUM: IS autax 1928 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM Conference Champions OFFICERS CARI. MARTIN Loos . . Captain RAY L. FISHER .... Coach JAMES G. MCKILLEN, JR. Vanager l ' ERSONNE1. FREDERICK NI. ASRECK . ' 29 Pitcher DoNALD J. CORRIDEN ' 29 Second Base SAMUEL E. GAWNE ' 31 Pitcher EDWARD W. LANCE ' 28 Right Field CARL M. Loos ' 30 Short Stop WILLIAM F. MCAFEE. JR. ' 29 Pitcher ERNEST B. McCoY ' 29 Catcher RAY G. ' 29 Right Field BENNIE G. OOSTERBAAN ' 28 First Base GERSON HEICIIMA ' . ..... Catcher GF.ORGE W. SLAGLE ' 30 Outfielder HARVEY G. STRAUB ' 31 Second Base Louis Wiz:mars ' 29 Third Base LELAND B. HILL ' 30 JOE HALTZMAN ' 30 RICHARD KELLIHER ' 29 GEORGE G. SQUIRE ' 29 MAYNARD N. SOUTHWORTH ' 30 HARRY R. WALKER ' 28 AMA WILLIAM B. MARTIN ' 30 FREDERICK P. MOFFETT ' 28 ERNIXT MOYER ' 30 HAROLD G. Myitox ' 30 , V Pao t10 Baseball The Ilaseball Field RESULTS OF TILE SEASON Iowa 6 Illinois.. 5 Indiana 0 Syracuse. . Syracuse 1 Colgate.. Colgate ... Harvard ... 8 Wisconsin Janes C. Mekillen. Jr. Michigan Michigan. Michigan. 7 3 2 Michigan.. t 2 Michigan. 8 3 Michigan.. 5 Michigan... . 7 1 Michigan.. 5 0 Michigan 9 6 Iowa 1 10 Illinois... ... 5 6 Northwestern 2 4 Wisconsin 3 13 Ohio 9 ' I Harvard .. 1 Ohio 6 7 M. S. C.. . 6 4 M. S. C.. . 0 :11 Michigan 3 Cincinnati .. Nlichigan.. 10 Vanderbilt . Michigan .. 3 Vanderbilt . Michigan.. .. 4 Clemson... Michigan. 6 Clemson Michigan .. 8 Georgia Michigan.. . 13 Georgia Michigan 7 Northwestern .. Michigan 17 Purdue Michigan.... Michigan.... Michigan... Michigan.. Michigan... Michigan Michigan Michigan.. . Michigan Carl Ent:in Baseball .1 Ilan SOUTHERN TRIP Coach Ray Fisher ' s 1928 troupe of fifteen diamond stars detoured through the South lung enough to capture five of the seven games played and to impress Dixie with some genuine baseball talent. Rainy weather greeted the Wolverines at their first stopping place. Cin- cinnati. the locals there spilling more dampness on the Michigan hopes with a 7-3 defeat. Asbeck was nicked for nine hits, two of them being home McAfee ascended the in the opener of the two-game series with Vanderbilt and held the Commodores to a lone single and only one run fur a final score of 10-1. In the second game, Michigan lost. d-3, when Oosterbaan topped to shortstop with bases full and two out in the seventh. Mc Coy ' s vicious home rim climaxed the four-nm rally in the second inning of the tilt with Clemson, and Asbeck maintained this margin by allowing only four hits and two runs. Michigan Again outplayed Clemson on the fol- lowing day to win 6-2. Nebelung and McAfee downed the Georgia Bulldogs 8-3 and 13-7 in the closing series. The Wolves hit safely 28 times in these last two games. • all% Donald J. C011ieb Frederick .11. .4,1freek Baseball NON-( Ny E E CE GAMES Michigan inaugurated her non-conference series by winning two games from Syracuse in a convincing manner. 4-1. and 8-1. The feature of both games was the sensational playing of the Maize and Blue infield. The Wolverines opened their three game invasion of the East by registering a 5.2 victory over the Colgate nine in the first encounter of a two game series. In the second game Michigan saved the day by hitting in the pinches and profiting by Colgate ' s mistakes to win by a 7-6 score. On April 5. Harvard routed the Michigan nine before a crowd of 10,000 people at Cambridge by a score of 8-5. In a return game at Ann Arbor on April 26. Michigan gained a fitting revenge by winning 3-1, and at the same time break- , ing the traditional jinx which Harvard teams have held over Michigan for years. In two post-season games with Michigan State the Maize and Blue nine chalked up its third loss and twenty-fourth win to finish a most satisfactory season. The first game the Wolverines won after a ten-inning struggle by a 7-6 record, but the Spartans avenged their setback cruelly by decisively whipping the much touted Michigan team 9.1 on the Benner G. Otufertaart following day. Narrow, E. Ginnie ----- ------------------------------------------ ----- --------------- aE Panay lureMe by Harvard Baseball Rosterlawn Praditee Rolling Ray G. Nebehtny Themonv 7 NORTHWESTERS . . 1 :1 The Wolverines began their march to the Big Ten title by defeating the Northwestern Wildcats, allowing the visitors only two hits. Freddie Asbeek hurled perfect ball for eight innings, not one Purple batter coming close to first base Red C,orriden opened the second inning by cracking out a double after the Northwestern pitcher had held the Make and Blue scoreleas in the initial inning. Oosterbaan and his teammates followed until Michigan was assured of an easy victory. MUMMA 17 PURDUE . . . . 0 Michigan defeated Purdue to annex its second conference game on April 17. Captain Maxton was on the mound for the Boiler-makers while Bill McAfee twirled for the Wolverines. After a rather shaky start, McAfee settled down and pitched a beautiful game. Only twice was Purdue within striking distance of scoring, once in the first inning, and again in the eighth. The seventh inning was a nightmare for William F. McAfee. Purdue. with the Wolverines scoring eleven runs. The Hall Reale a Raeford Man to Pint Baseball Woman Makes a Pabout at hose 3licmcAN 7 lows 6 Michigan nosed out Iowa in a ten inning round. The Hawkeyes retained a four to one lead until the end of the first half of the seventh when the Wolverines opened up to tie the score with a three run rally. Both teams added another tally to their totals in the ninth inning. Smiler broke the tie in the tenth inning to keep the Michigan Con- ference slate clean. 3 INDIANA . . . . 0 Indiana received her first Big Ten defeat of the season when she encountered Michigan. McAfee. Wolverine sophomore pitcher, held Indiana hitless in the second. third and fourth innings. The Deanmen pitcher. Paugh, kept the Wolverines hitting average low, although Weintraub. Loos. and McAfee managed to cross the home plate, while the Crimson squad was denied such an opportunity. Coned.. thine One Owl Page Edward II ' . Lange Ha • •belll Loos Safe at Firot Micmoss: . . • 9 WISCONSIN . . 1 Michigan returned to Conference circles after a twelve-day absence contesting the Badger squad. Both teams played a fault- less game with an errorless record. Jacobson of Wisconsin accepted McAfee ' s challenge in a pitching dual. Michigan was able to bunch twelve hits, including two doubles and a triple. The Badger defeat tightened the Wolverine ' s hold on the Big Ten title. MICHIGAN . . . 6 IOWA . . . . 1 Michigan returned from Iowa City with her sixth conference victory. After getting off to a good start in the third inning with alhome run by McAfee. Michigan assured herself of victory in the fifth inning with two more runs. The high point in the game came in the ninth when. with two men out. Michigan went on a rampage which netted her three more counters. MICHIGAN . . . 10 ILLINOIS . . S Michigan defeated Illinois, on May 12. in the first game of a double header thereby Louis Weintraub taking another big step toward the Western Conference baseball championship. The game was a pushover for the Wolverines from the start, with Michigan scoring three runs in each of the first two innings. Illinois scored two runs in the sixth and two more in the seventh. Asbeck pitched the entire game for Michigan. MICHIGAN . . 8 In LINGIs . . . 5 Ga•ne ascended the mound for Michigan in the second encounter and managed to hold the Mini score- less for four innings. In the sixth inning he was re- placed by Asbeck who had gone the full route in the ten to five opener. While every man on the Michigan squad contributed his share to the success, two men especially stood out—Eddie Lange and Fred Asbeck. The latter pitched the entire first game and part of the second, while Lange collected four hits out of eight times at bat and coaxed a base on balls. Cerfron Reichman The lava tame from the Stands Mumma:: . . 6 NORTHWESTERN 2 In her drive toward an undisputed Conference base- ball championship, Michigan easily defeated Northwestern at Evanston. Fred Asbeck pitched a consistently good game, while Corriden, Weintraub. and Oosterbaan lead the attack with several long drives to the outfield. Victory Was in the third inning when Michigan collected three runs followed by one run in both the fifth and sixth innings. MICHIGAN . . 4 WISCONSIN . . 3 Michigan won its tenth consecutive game and cinched the Big Ten baseball title by defeating Wisconsin at Madison on 3lay 19th. McAfee r ' led the Badger team to six scattered hits. The Wolverines got off to a one run lead in the opening frame but Wisconsin tied the score in their half of the first inning. Michigan scored again in the third and seventh. Haney C. Straub George Slagle MICHIGAN 13 9 Registering her eleventh straight Conference victory, Michigan kicked the Ohio mud from her cleats with the Conference championship virtually assured. A terrible barrage in the third inning piled up a six point lead for the Wolverines. Oosterbaan accounting for a home-run, a triple, and two singles in his four trips to the plate. MICHIGAN 1 Onto 6 The Wolverines lost their only Conference game toOhio State when Sills, the Buckeye pitcher, held the Michigan sluggers to three hits. This one loss came after eleven consecutive wins and was more or leas of a let down at the close of a long and hard season. During the 1928 season Coach Fisher ' s men played sonic of the best baseball that Michigan has exhibited in the last decade of Conference competition. stir it tat k let del • lit i diso lkt so i Baseball FRESHMAN BASEBALL Following Coach Jack Motes call for Freshman Baseball candidates, sixty- eight players turned out for preliminary practice sessions in batting and fielding at Ferry Field. After considerable weeding out, twenty-five of the most promising yearlings were selected to continue through the season. Due to the unusual shortage of outfielders, several of the infield men had to be trained to fill these vacancies. The first-year time pounded out an impressive 5-2 victory over the Varsity reserves in the first practice game. The reserves retaliated a week later, however, and defeated the yearlings 5-4 in a game marred with errors. The physical educa- tional team also was beaten by the freshmen by a 3-1 score. The work of the squad was most satisfactory as a whole, seventeen numerals being given to the most promising freshmen. C. M. BoneEsx C. LIBMAN E. A. Buirrox R. MIDDLEWARD W. V. Comerox B. Moony E. CuoNww. M. D. NOBLE J. R. DAVIDSON R. PRIMBEY W. A. GARRISON H. A. PULLEN D. M. GILBERT D. ROGERS H. HILL W. RAOINSKI W. K. WiLts TRACK 1 ,. KINNEY TAREILL Mt ARTlitit .116wON ERICKSON LA3ONT CHAPMAN YRIZOC vnnmAx KARMEN MCYMOUR 100EMAN CARLSSON MONROE FRIEER KIM GROMEV POOLE SEAMAN ENOS, ' COOPER COACH FARRZU. CAPT. SIEMER JONI,. bll:NGEE LEONARD 1928 VARSITY TRACK TEAM OFFICERS GEORGE B. HESTER Captain STEPHEN J. FARRELL Coach LORNE J. POOLE Manager PERSONNEL FRED T. BEAMAN ' 28 GLEN A. CARLSON ' 29 RICHARD M. CHAPMAN ' 30 DONALD COOPER ' 28 CRAWFORD L. FELKER ' 30 ISADORE GRODSKY GEORGE B. HESTER ' 28 STAFFORD L. JONES ' 28 WILFORD II. Kit= ' 31 Blunt F. ARENDT ' 28 ROBERT C. EARDLEY ' 29 ARNIE ERICKSON ' 29 ERNEST J. FREESE ' 29 STANLEY P. JESSON ' 29 RICHARD R. KINNEY ' 29 Loris F. KNOEPP ' 31 NOBLE D. LEONARD ' 29 ALLEN C. LAMONT ' 31 RANDOLPH B. MONROE ' 29 EDWIN B. POORMAN ' 30 PERCY PROCT ' 28 DALTON SEYMOUR ' 30 CHARLES M. WALDO ' 30 THEO. C. WUERFEL ' 29 AMA EVERETT II. LANE ' 29 GEORGE II. MCARTHUR ' 29 Intio; I.. MexcER ' 28 JOHN W. Mona ' 29 JOHN C. WIDMAN ' 30 RICHARD J. WILLIAMS ' 29 Page :?..a •1111.1.101,1 J. PAIIIll1.11. et r QOM. b. Mina INDOOR TRACK MICHIGAN 50 CORNYLL Michigan scored her only win of the indoor track season by defeating Cornell in a close dual meet. A harder-fought contest could not be pictured. The score was tied at the end of the tenth event. leaving the mile relay to decide the winner. The relay team which showed up so poorly in the I larvanl meet reversed its form to nun a fine ntee and win the meet for the Maize and Blue. In taking the extremely close seventeenth annual Cornell-Michigan dual meet, the Wolverine scored 7 firsts to 3 for Cornell, while a tie resulted in the other event. Michigan scored its firsts in the mile run. DO yard 75 yard dash, pole vault. 75 yard low hurdles. running high jump, and the one mile relay. The Ithicans took first place in the shot put, 75 yard high hurdles, and the two mile run. Carruthers of Cornell WWI responsible for the only record-breaking of the evening, setting a new dual meet standard in the 75 yard high hurdles. I. A. C. MEET Not more than six inches separated Don Cooper. Varsity hurdler, and Dan Kinsey. former Mini star, when the latter equalled the world ' s indoor record for the 60 yard high hurdles at the indoor meet held under the auspices of the Illinois Athletic flub in Chicago. ( ' Doper ' s performance was the finest that he has shown on an indoor track during his intercollegiate career. Ile forced Kinsey to the limit to win the event by a mere six inches. and finished well ahead of Chick Werner, awl 6r former University of Illinois star, who finished third. Trout, the Michigan entree in the pole vault, made a commendable showing in that event, tieing Warren. Northwestern vaulter, for third place. with a leap of 12 feet. 3 inches. LORML J. FOLK Wilford If. Kerr 1 Page ELI Cooper Leads the Conference hurdle INDOOR TRACK HARVARD ..... 48% MICHIGAN: 4634 Mere inches kept Michigan from beating Harvard and breaking the jinx which has hounded the Wolverines for years. Four field house records fell during the course of the meet, both teams sharing them evenly. The Crimson runners set a new record of 3:27:1 for the mile relay, bettering the old mark of 3:28:2 made by Cornell in 1925: they also lowered the time of the two mile event to 9:45. Michigan ' s record performances came in the low hurdles and the high-jump with Cooper and Waldo playing the title roles. Cooper lowered the record set by Hubbard in 1925 of :07:5 to :07:4 for the 65 yard harriers. Chuck Waldo cleared 5 feet 11% inches to break the old high-jump mark of 5 feet 10 inches. Captain Buck Hester returned to form by running the 60 yard dash in the fast time of :06:5. French and Grodsky were right together as they crossed the line, but the former was awarded second over the Wolverine. Kinney sprang a surprise for Michigan by winning the high hurdles in :08:5. Glen A. Carlson Track ester Wine the 100 in the Illinois Meet CONFERENCE INDOOR MEET Running true to advance predictions, but encountering stubborn opposition from every side. Coach I furry Gill ' s Illinois contingent won the eighteenth annual West- ern Conference indoor track title at Iowa City. Every school was well represented. and each event was hotly contested. Illinois took first honors with a total of 31 points. Iowa placed a close second with 27 markers. Wisconsin, Northwestern, and Michigan. the closest competitors, trailed along with 8, 8 and 734 points respectively. The Illini scored four firsts, and the Hawk ' s three in the ten events. Wisconsin, last year ' s winner was able to capture only eight points. but this was enough to gain a tie for third honors with Northwestern, just half a point ahead of the Wolverines in fifth. Michigan took three second places, due to the efforts of Neat in the pole-vault. Waldo in the high-jump. and the relay team in the mile run. The Wolverines ' main set- back came when Hester and Lamont who had been outstanding qualifiers in the pre- liminary heats on the previous day failed to place. 1 • Edwin E. Cowman Theo. C. Wurrfei r a t• Monte Inds the Miler Louis F. Anoepp OHIO RELAYS Record breaking performances featured the fifth annual Ohio Relays which were held at Columbus. in spite of the wretched weather conditions that prevailed throughout the meet. Seven existing records were bettered. Seven Michigan men captured places in the various individual events, including two firsts. while the two-mile relay team finished third, and the mile quartet tied for fourth. Cooper and Getz took first places in the 220.yard low hurdles and the hammer-throw. respectively. Buck Hester placed third in the 100-yard dash which was won by Simpson of Ohio State in the very fast time of 94. Prout and Eardley of Michigan tied with Heinson of Illinois for third place in the pole-vault. Glenn Carlson gained a third place in the discus throw which was won by Raymond of Ohio State with a heave of 140 feet, inches. Felker tied with Carr of Illinois for a final third place in the high-jump. Its :Ma, jigrignigalliran Donald Cooper ilinnrsota Dark Men Row to Hater of ftc , " it4ca Chapman Broad Jnmp, Charlet, M. Waldo DRAKE RELAYS Only three Michigan men were able to win places at the 1928 Drake Relays which were held at Des Moines last year. Illinois, Western Conference Champions of the year before, captured chief honors by placing men in all but one of the events. Iowa trailed far behind to gain second place. This display of all around ability made it seeni highly probable that the Mini would retain the Big Ten title. Nets, stellar Maize and Blue performer, captured the Wol- verines ' only first place with a hammer throw of 155 feet and 2 inches, just four inches under the existing Drake Relay record. Captain Hester took second honors in the 100 yard dash with Elder of Notre Dame finishing just ahead of him. Felker jumped as he never had before to cam for Michigan a tie for third place in the g high jump Leonard Sets the Pace in the llatfonile 7 ' r iternhosen Beat. Lamont to the Tope Cranford L. Faker MICHIGAN . 791 MINNESOTA . . 6234 The Wolverine track team scored a 7244-6234 win over the Gophers in the first dual meet ever staged between the two schools. That the teams were nearly equal is attested by the fact that the Farrell coached team scored seven firsts. eight seconds, and nine thirds, as compared with a like number of firsts, seven seconds, and five thirds for Minnesota. the teams tieing for the other first and third places. Individual honors for the day went to Francis Rhea. Lanky Gopher star. who accounted for ten of his team ' s points. Cooper and Hester trailed him by two points for second. Wilfred Ketz, Michigan ' s big hammer thrower, shared the honors of the day by bettering the Ferry field hammer record. which had stood since 1904. with a lass of 160 feet and 10 inches. .1 Second Mtn the Starting Goo Tr ark 7p. NIICHIGAN . . . 55 Ittaxors . .80 Illinois handed Michigan the first defeat in a dual meet of the out- door track season by a score of 80-55 after the Wolverines had taken an early lead by capturing both dashes and both hurdles. Don Cooper won the most points for the Maize and Blue by cap- turing two first places, one in the 120 yard high hurdles and another in the 220 yard lows. The big Wolverine was running in great form and bettered his own record for the lows established last year, by turning the event in the fast time of :23:6. Hester took the century with his team-mate Grodsky running second: these two men also won the 220 yard dash with positions reversed. The Illini victory evened the 12 year record between the two schools in dual meet competition, each having won six times. It also marks the first time that Illinois has won the verdict since 1925. three defeats having been sustained at the hands of Farrell coached teams. !torero,. Wins the Mile-run in the Illinois Merl A Trio of Flyers button- Grodsky Track .1 dose Mick Iluedk Race in the Minnesota Meet MICHIGAN 77j4 01110 STATE 5734 Displaying unexpected superiority in several events, the Michigan track team scored a decisive victory over the Ohio State squad in their annual dual meet in the Buckeye Stadium. 7734 to 57%. Don Cooper, veteran Wolverine hurdler, WAS the high point man of the Michigan contingent by winning one first and tieing for another. Randolph Monroe was the next closest contender for individual honors by winning the mile run, and taking second in the 880. Hester was forced to he contented with a third place in 100 and 220 yard dashes, being beaten by both Simpson and Kriss of Ohio. Monroe, Cooper, Seymore, Wuerfel, Lamont. Beaman, Chap- man and Ketz won first places in their various specialties. Eight men won second honors, namely: Poorman, Felker, Munger, Prout, EonBey, J ones, Monroe, Knoepp and Arndt. The Michigan team won easily and continued the jinx that has persisted in following the Scarlet and Gray teams for a quarter of a century in their track competition with the Maize and Blue. e 411 Allen C. Amend fdrt llep 7 ' r a c 4- Bain Equals the Confernee. Record in the 100 Yard Dash CONFERENCE MEET Michigan was forced to bow her head in defeat to her three principal enemies of the Western Conference at the final reckoning at Evanston. Illinois, the favorite, justified the faith placed in her to win the Big Ten championship for the second successive year by amassing a total of 5834 points. The filial scored in all of the events while Iowa, runner-up with 4534 points. managed to gather places in 12, Ohio State trailed in for third place just 334 points ahead of the Michigan team which took eight places for 26 points and fourth honors. Wilfred Ketz of Michigan set a new record of 161 feet inches for the hammer throw; and Abbott of Illinois ran the two mile event in the record-breaking time 9:23:7. Hester, Wolverine Captain, tied the mark :09:7 for the century dash, while Droegmuller of Northwestern equalled the best height for the pole vault of 13 feet 3 inches. Don " Cooper took sec- CIA and high scoring honors of the day by winning the 120 yard high hurdles in :14:9 and running second to Bob Cuhel of Iowa in a close race in the lows. 1M Simpson of Ohio was high point man with two firsts. Wuerfel gathered two more points for the Maize and Blue by taking fourth in the two mile run. Glen Carbon won a fifth place in the hammer throw. Knocpp was forced back into a fourth place in the javelin event after showing up well in the preliminaries. The mile relay placed sixth much to the dis- appointment of Coach Farrell. Noble I) Leonard Riehatd M. Chapman Track FRESHMAN TRACK Time trials held early in the season indicated to Coach ' hark- I loy t that the freshmen candidates for the first-year track team were a uniformly good hit. In dual telegraphic meets the freshmen lost to Illinois and won from Minnesota. In addition an all-campus trash meet was held in which some good times were made. The yearling sprinters particularly showed promise. equalling the time of the varsity dash men. Tolan, Cook and Murray were most outstanding in the dashes; Cooper. Russell. and Baker in the quarter mile; Benson and Barley in the half mile: Austin and Toth in the mile; Grochn in the two mile; Pottle in the pole vault; Patton and Decker in the hammer throw; Bator and Marshall in the shot put; Harrell and Bailey in the broad jump; Smyth and Potter in the low; and Ludington and Handl in the high hurdles. FRESHMEN NI7MERAL WINNERS J. P. Assns H. BAKER T. L. BANTON R. L. BA IZLEY C. B. BENSON R. A. COLBY W. COOK L. C. CooPER R. T. CRANE G. DALEY A. DECKER F. S. Ear•oou A N. N. FELDMAN R. F ENSTA L H. ( " HOEHN 11. HANELL C. Httocrr J. H. HUMPHREY A. KATZMAN L. F. LONSBURY W. C. IX DINGTON W. B. MARSHALL T. G. Mwet R. MEULLER C. MURRAY R. J. P.vrvo‘ N. Porn:ft .1. Perm; 11. M. Iticu E. II. Russw, It. V. M. M. SINGRIt E. W. Satan C. J. SMYTH E. TOLAN N. Tarn M. L. VEECH o r y n ilk rise 44 t oi A••KI4 S VGA n MASON tatAlK MARKS IMVANT COPLAND CAPT. FISHER MARY ;CRAM ]MCA 1929 HOCKEY nue to the installation of an artificial ice system in the coliseum, the hockey team was given the advantage of having a much longer playing season than heretofore. Practice was begun early in January and the last game was played in March. After several pre-conference games in which the team met with mediocre success. Minnesota was encountered in the Big Ten contest. The Gophers won two games when the Wolverine goalie was unable to stop their accurate drives. Following examinations the team set out on a Northern trip where they enjoyed their first conference victory. At Madison Joseph finally added to the earlier scores of Mason and Hart to break the threatened tie. The Badgers gained revenge the next evening to split the series. Minnesota turned back the Wolverines at Minneapolis in two successive games. Their monopo- lization of the puck prevented a Michigan score and Grace could not save the goal from all the shots. The return game with Wisconsin resulted in a tie. Hart ' s defensive and Joseph ' s offensive work stood out in this game. The hockey team improved greatly from the start of the season. After the first semester the eligibility of three men gave Coach Lowry stronger material for his squad. At Goalie Michigan was particularly weak during early season. but the work of Grace so improved that in the final game he was credited with twenty-eight stops. SCORES Michigan 3 Guelph College.... 4 Michigan 3 Princeton 1 Michigan 1 Western Ontario... 5 NI ichigan 1 Marquette 10 M ichigan 0 Beek Collegiate... 0 NI ichigan 9 M. S C M ichigan 8 M. S. C 2 Michigan 0 Minnesota 4 Michigan 0 Minnesota 6 Michigan 3 Wisconsin 2 M ichigan 0 Wisconsin Michigan 1 Minnesota 5 Michigan 1 Minnesota 2 Michigan 9 Wisconsin 0 Michigan 3 Wisconsin 1 natal Met Neale ct ikl:Ksy Swimming BARMY CROWN MC VONM ip bt 1ANLIMMI711 WAIINXII DIMMMISIMICL COM II MASS MrItT1 MC CAVY RS AULT I HOMMON O. GOLDSMITH HOMIER COACH MAC MAHON WATSONHUMMI-L WALK M •ri,uts WM Ants mar HUGHIC1 SIMI Men Man Coach SWIMMING The Michigan Swimming Team dedicated the new pool in the Intramural building by defeating the Indiana tankmen in the initial conference meet by a score of 49-22. This meet was marked by the establishment of a new world ' s record in the mile relay. The time of the eighteen Wolverines in this event was 16:52:4, a full second better than the record made by Yale swimmers in 1927. The Michigan natatory won every event but the 50 yard free style and also won the water polo game 7-0. Michigan traveled to Minneapolis to win its second conference meet of the season from sota 51-20. The Gophers were able to take two first places but could not match the performance of the Wolverines in the other events. The surprise of the evening was furnished by March. Minnesota sophomore. when he finished ahead of Spindle and Hubbell. former conference champions, in the 150 yard back stroke. The other Gopher first came in diving. A special dual meet arranged with the Toronto Y. M. C. A. team resulted in a 40-31 defeat of the visitors by the Maize and Blue tankmen. The in- dividual stars of the Toronto team managed to win four first places, two more than the Wolverines, but the balance of the Michigan squad was too much for the invaders. The best exhibition of swimming was given by Gibson. Canadian sprint champion. who won both the 100 and the 50 yard free style races. Following the swimming meet. the Maize and Blue swimmers defeated the Detroit Yacht Club water polo team 10-5 in an interesting exhibition. The Michigan swimmers won five firsts out of a possible eight to score an easy victory over the Wisconsin team 45-26. The closest race was the relay in which Ault just touched out the Badger anchor man after Walaitis. Walker and Seager had swum on even terms in their laps. Bob Walker showed his heels to the Wisconsin entrants in both the 50 and 100 yard 7 Page 241 Swimming The Pool in the Intramural Building Im d The Wolverines swam true to form to outclass Northwestern by a margin of ten points and win lick for the third consecutive year the Western Conference Meet title with a total of 44 points. The Mann coached squad showed its strength in the preliminaries by qualifying thirteen men and continued through acted the meet scoring points in every event, Ault and Walker winning firsts. Three records were broken and one equalled in the Conference miss Meet. Dick flinch of Northwestern shattered his own national inter- „. collegiate record of 1:42 in the 150 yard backstroke by swimming it in 1:40:4. Peterson, also a Purple swimmer, set a new breast stroke record of 2:37:4. Northwestern swam the medley relay race in 3:10:6 to beat the record of 3:12 hung up by Michigan a year before. The Maize and Blue relay team of Stager, Walaitis, Ault, and Walker won the 160 yard race, Bob Walker won the 40 yard free style and Watson closely followed Ault in the 410 to add a first and second to the Michi- gan total. Hubbell and Spindle finished third and fourth in the 150 yard back stroke, Ault and Watson took second and fourth in the 220. Walaitis placed third in the diving, and Goldsmith took a fourth in the breast stroke. S NV1MMING s= free style races. Michigan swimmers finished first and second in the 140, the 150 yard back- el 17 stroke, and the 100 free style. Michigan received her only conference setback when Northwestern emerged the winner from a IC. bitter tank battle by the close score of 37-32. Since only Ault and Goldsmith were able to win trio first for Michigan the formidable secondary strength of the Maize and Blue squad accounted for the close finish of the meet. Michigan went behind early in the meet when her relay team was dis- qualified after it had held a five yard advantage. A first and second by Ault and Watson in the for 440 brought Michigan back to even terms, but firsts by Schwartz in the 100 and 50 yard sprints gave the Purple squad their winning margin. llielerd Spindle M IM 1..1 LIU!! RVION DOWNING Ark RET TA V v. I. ' 1111. LARSON AA AsAITIN WITIIPAK)1014 STEINKE KAVYMAN notaivxcl IIVIAAA 110 STA NOITIELLI WI. 1.11 A AND MOULIN I. ANDKR%ON DONAHUE COACH KREN MARTIN I A VRENCE PENT HEWITT KAILE‘l PARKER WARREN KELLY GEORGE HAGER WRESTLING Michigan opened the Conference Wrestling season with an 18-10 victory over the Chicago mat team, staging a comeback to win six straight bouts by decision advantages after losing the 118 and 138 pound bouts by falls. On January 19th the Wolverines invaded West Virginia with high hopes which were dis appointed when the Southern grapplers won out by a 14-12 score after a hotly con- tested match. State was completely overwhelmed by Coach Ken ' s mat aspirants in a one-sided match at the field house on February 25th. Victories in each of the eight weight divisions gave the Wolverines a 26-0 shutout. As predicted before the meet, the 165 pound bout between Captain Bob Warren of Michigan and Captain Harry Hunk of the Siiiir! ans proved to be the feature performance on the card, the Wolverine gaining a decision only after sixteen minutes of the hardest wrestling. By staging a second shut-out encounter, the Michigan grapplers took a long step toward retaining the championship of the Eastern section of the Western conference for the third consecutive year by decisively defeating the Northwestern wrestlers by a 34-0 count. They registered three falls and three time decisions, the other two bouts being won be default. Strengthened by the addition of Red Elliot, letter man from the 1928 team in the 135 pound class, and Ed George. heavyweight on the United States Olympic team and former letter man, the Maize and Blue wrestlers displayed their best form of the season. Sweeping five of the eight matches, Michigan ' s wrestling team main- tained its steady march to the championship by defeating the Purdue team on its home mat, 184 to 934 It was the third consecutive victory for the Wolves, placing them in a tie with Indiana for the Eastern section honors. Clifford km, C ' eseek V .41a r frrie I 1 Par t.T4 Wrestling Rob Hewitt and Ed. George. 31 irhigan ' t two Wentling Finalists is the Olympic Games at Amsterdam WRESTLING The 145 pound bout was the closest of the meet. Kelly of Michigan and Robinson of Purdue. both thus far undefeated, battled through two over time periods for a draw. Walsmith, Purdue middle. weight, upset the dope by gaining a decision over Captain Warren with a time advantage of 5:39. In four bouts against Ohio State. Coach Keen ' s wrestlers conclusively demonstrated their superiority, winning each by a time advantage of eight minutes or more. Parker won his match by Iwo falls but the other Michigan contestants dropped their matches on decisions. Bah Hewitt, Red Elliot, Carl Dougovito, and Bob Warren were the Michigan wrestlers who scored overwhelming victories over their Buckeye opponents. Coming from behind in the final bout on the program when the deter- mined Ed George gained the necessary fall over Schrader, the Wolverines tied the strong Hoosier outfit at 14-14 to gain the sectional title and the right to meet the formidable Illinois grapplers in quest of the title. Otto Kelly. pitted against the veteran Buck Weaver wrestled the best match of his varsity career to win an advantage of 4:15. The Wolverines finally routed the jinx which has hounded them for the last two years when wrestling Illinois, to win the Big Ten title at Cham- paign. The meet was one of the most exciting championship contests ever staged and was closely contested from start to finish as the 15-11 score would indicate. Michigan ' s Olympic stars provided the margin that enabled Coach Keen ' s men to defeat the Illini, Ed George gained a decision over Wietz, Illinois heavyweight, by holding a time advan- tage from the start. Captain Bob Warren went out of his weight to outride Tonkoff for a time advantage of 5:27. This victory gave the Michigan team the lead which they held throughout the mmainder of the match. " t1 rrt- oit di Itk to std let a t. 14 on. • GOLF The 1928 Michigan golf team won all of its dual confere: v to rant the unofficial Big Ten title which Illinois held the year before. The material for team was unusually good and its members retained their places only with considerable effort. Some of the scores would indicate that the team was barely able to beat its opponents, but in reality the team gained such a wide margin of points in the morning round that it could concede the remaining points and still win. Ohio, who furnished the best competition in the dual meets, won the conference meet at Columbus where Michigan placed second. After the first day of competition Michigan rated but fourth and only a strong spurt canted her final position. Captain Addison Connors tied for fourth place in the individual honors. The members of this well-balanced team in their respective playing positions were: John Bergelin, Captain Connors, Ralph Cole, and Al Vyse. SCORES Michigan 15 Purdue 3 Michigan 91 2 Northwestern 8Y1 Michigan 10J4 Wisconsin 13 2 Michigan 10 Illinois. 2 Michigan 9J4 Ohio 81 2 Michigan 91 2 Chicago 81 22 Adiusal Coen? espial. ria.-trarrewgir T ennis rtimmir COACH 1111,1CUIN% yltylvalt PARTON xi In%) lc TENNIS With four victories and one loss the 1928 tennis team earned second place in the Conference. Adverse weather conditions handicapped the team and even prevented several matches. Captain Horace Barton. King Moore, Dunvin Alwer, and Kenneth Schafer were the retur • g veterans from the 1927 championship team. The team ' s strength was augmented by the addition of Heaney, Brodie. Graham. and Bacon. Under the tutelage of Doctor Henry C. Hutchins the team played excellent tennis except in the Illinois match where a complete reversal of form was displayed. In the conference meet Captain Barton reached the semi-finals where he was eliminated by a player whom he had defeated earlier in the SCRS011, and the Barton- Moore combination also went through to the semi-finals. Captain Barton, Moore. Heaney. Schafer, and Bacon will return for competition in 1929 and Spenser and Hammer will be eligible. These seasoned players promise to make up the strong- est Michigan tennis team in years. SCORES Michigan 6 Northwestern . . Michigan 7 Indiana.... . . 0 Michigan 2 Illinois .... . Michigan 7 Minnesota.. . . 2 Michigan. 8 Chicago aerate Baran. ( ' 4Ibtain Page UT e? lb 2 Fencing iwn:C.33 I OUR StOlPNIAN 11Alatrit FENCING After early season defeats at the hands of Illinois and Chicago the Michigan fencing team showed decided improvement and easily defeated Michigan State on February twenty-third by a score of eleven to six. The foils men accounted for eight of the eleven points scored, Lazar and Stolptnan each winning three events. Michigan won her first Conference victory when Ohio State was defeated eight to seven. The match was decided in the next to the last epee bout when Wiggers. who had gained a tie in his first bout, won from mix two to one. In the foils events the Wolverines were distinctly superior. The saber events went to Ohio with the excep- tion of one bout during which Hammer of Michigan defeated Wills of Ohio after an exhibition of very fast saber handling. The performance of Sto1p- man in the foils matches was the outstanding feature of the meet. In a contest with Wisconsin the Michigan fencers defeated the Badgers by a score of eight to six. The meet was closely contested and was not decided until the last bout, the epee. which was won by Wiggers. Gordon starred in the ttler, winning Loth of his matches. At the Cenfetence meet held in Champagne. Illinois, the Michigan ham took acond place. yielding to the Illini but defeating Chicago. last ' ear ' s champions. Lazar took third in the foils. Gordon third in the saber, and Wiggers hattled through two overtime periods to win the Big epee championship by defeating Menke of Illinois. Captain Page ; Mantite Lamar C) k` • t2.• e, • r. Cron-Country wrLL ac aov ,COACH VARIOUS AVMS RUllt1111. MoNItOlg CROSS COUNTRY The 1928 cross country team. although little was expected of it after several early season reverses, showed unexpected strength in the Western Conference barrier meet and tied with Iowa for third place. Since several of the lettermen will be lost by graduation. Coach Farrell will have to develop the 1929 squad from inexperienced material. The Wolverines lost a clack contested meet to Wisconsin to open the season. The Michigan captain led the field to the tape, but he was closely followed by five Badger runners, who gave Wisconsin the necessary points for their triumph. Michigan was second to Illinois in the traditional triangular meet between the Wolverines, Illini. and Buckeyes. This meet was the most thrilling one of the season with the three teams being separated by only two points. int M ichipan State harriers defeated the Michigan team for the second time in as many years in the last dual meet of the season. Monroe. last year ' s captain, again won the Harpist Trophy from the present Wolverine leader. Wuerfel, by the scant margin of five yards. This race was a very close one and was ended by Monroe ' s magnificent spurt which carried hint to victory. ' s were awarded to Wuerfel. eh lesson, Monroe, and Austin. w ••eM (spire. Par ; Cheerleaders R SUTUI C COMMIL TODD CHEERLEADERS The cheerleading squad under the direction of Ralph Popp began its activities with the opening of the football season. Early season defeat did not dampen Michigan enthusiasm and the cheering at all home games was a great inspiration to the team. The student cheering section, which formed a great Maize and Blue " M " placed between the thirty yard lines on Michigan ' s side of the field, ably assisted the cheerleaders in their efforts. The arrangement of the cheering seats was carefully worked out under the supervision of Rich ard Spindle of the Student Council and a clear-cut, effec- tive section took the place of the rather wobbly 1927 cheering group. Also, later in the year, Yost field house echoed is part of the work of the cheerleading squad. Stimulating spirit at pep meetings and send-offs with resounding cheers for Michigan ' s champion- ship basketball team. 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INERDLING ROM GIADCE NOVITERY COWEN STONE %WALDMAN Mann t 8 ymAvo Ex, it HARRY W. WAISACS CLASS OF 1930 J-HOP Surrounded by a modernistic atmosphere. the class of 1930 presented its annual J-Hop. Coon Sanders and His Original Night Hawks, and Buddy Fisher presented a musical program which was equal to the momentous occasion. An added attrac- tion, to the event, was the fact that the Hop was moved from its historic setting, Waterman and Barbour cemnasiums, to the new Intramural Building where the huge floor served to unify the dancing group, which consisted of 1200 couples. The ladies with their gaily coloted gowns of all hues lent an addi- tional touch to the setting. The splendor of the occasion gave a uniqueness to the affair that has not previously been excelled. Chairman ROBERT KING MAURICE LAZAR ROBERT MCCOY CHARLES MONROE WILFRED ORWIG JAMES RICHARDSON HARRY W. WALLACE. 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Tirr-President Dean of the Graduate School. University of Michigan EMORY J. linoit. ' 01 . . . . . . . . . . . . nee-President Junior Vice-President of The Retail Credit Co.. Atlanta. Georgia . Seceder, Teacher of Mathematics. Ann Arbor High School Ronny A. CAMPHELL . . . . . . . . .. . Treasurer Treasurer. University of Michigan DI RECTORS RALPH W. ADILER. ' 07 . . . . Professor of Law. University of Michigan 11. HORART CORWIN. ' 99 President. Corwin Lumber Company. Jackson. Michigan NORMAN II. H . Editor. The Evening News. Sault Ste. Marie. Michigan GORDON W. KINGNI•RY. . Junior Executive. General Motors Corp.. Detroit. Michigan CHEATER II. LANG. ' 15 . Comptroller of the Bud get. General Electric Co.. Schenectady. N. Y. STANLEY D. MCGRAW. ' 92 . . Member New York Stock Exchange. New York. N. Y. JANICE M. CEDr.s. ' 09 Vice-President and General Manager, Graham-Paige Co.. Detroit. Michigan Assistant Actuary. Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co., Philadelphia. Pennsylvania STANLEY M. 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L. COOPER II. N. LENTZ NIIIIOLAII O. VAL(ONIt YAHSI 1 ' II I) B1.11)4MER ). R. BROWN II. F. NEON ' S Trombones G. C. HAYWARD II. B. Ilen.-ms E. E. JACKMAN R. L. Swans% M. L. WALKER Bardonex Music, Oratory and Drama • • • r • R. S. I.ANGIIAM 0. C. PERRIN F. NIERCIEM M. R. PORTER Horns V. I. I ' . A. KUNKLE Y. MEADER %V. I.. DAviDi S. B. Wixstow Piccolo and Flutes R. K. BECKER C. T. DUHUI C. G. DREVDAHL I). J. HUBER Basses J. I. DeLos c L. C. Fismat L. A. DELP E. B. WEINMAN Clarinda K. G. IlyarroN M. S. KUNKLE J. C. Blau W. H. RICHARDS H. E. BRANCH E. II. Rrssi:u. J. 0. CROSS H. Tratorr H. S. Dammam. W. G. VAUGHAN C. B. Ewes A. G. WAGNER S. S. GILBERT E. J. WALKER J. I ' . WILLIAMS GIL OUT 0. Oratory and Drama MIMES OF THE MICHIGAN UNION OFFICERS HARLAN P. CRUSTY HUGH CLANEY Secretary-Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS DF.AN JOSEPH A. BURSLEY PRES. CLARENCE C. LITTLE PROF. 0. J. CAMPBELL PROF. EVANS HOLBROOK PROF. BRUCE DONALDSON PROF. HERBERT KENYON PROF. W. A. PRAYER PROF. EARL V. MOORE DONAL HAMILTON HAMM PROF. Louis A. STRAUSS THEODORE HARRISON PAUL BUCKLEY ROBERT A. CAMPBELL HOMER HEATH HONORARY MEMBERS ROY HOW WILLIAM E. °SHAND DR. FRANK E. ROBBINS E. SHUTER DOROTHY STONE DANIEL II. BI ' ELL HUGH CLARET C. LYMAN CRANE HARLAN P. CRUSTY ROY G. Crum ROBERT W. NIANIMI KENNETH G. PATRICK THEODORE R. SKINS IR GEORGE T. TREMBLE. JR. DALTON D. WALSER ACTIVE MEMBERS CARL U. FAU$TF.R ARTHUR II. IIINKLKY RICHARD C. KURVINE ROT S. LANGHAII %ninny M. MEIN I, ANNUAL RURAL CRANE PAMIR AKINNKR I KIX nth MARKS OSRAND IC URIrINIC CLANKT PATRICK CURTI. KALININ CAN PRIMA NARKIRON MOORS •UCKIAIV LEWIS HOLSINAJR: NIRAIns mitmut CRISPY KILNYON RURALLY Page 1168 MARL .% S. aim 7, Music, Oratory and Drama VALLN Ir , Z. MORTIMIR MUMS " RAINBOW ' S END " The Twenty-third Annual Musical Comedy Presented by the Mimes of the Michigan Union Book by HUGH CLANEY and Davin B. HEMPSTEAD, JR. Music and Lyrics by EDwrain M. IIEYMAN. WILLIAM M. Lewis, Jr. and masm J. WATKINS Bob Henley Ike Slim Hop Lee Bertrand Pointer Senora Mercedes Miguel Curial. Sylvia Lee Rita LeDoux Jack Denton Mamie Blake Susie Blake Medicine Man Indian Chief Juvenile of Troupe Cowboys CAST %WIRT F. STRAIGHT HARLAN P. CRISTT II rem CLANCY EDWARD M. HEYMAN DAVID B. HEMPSTEAD. JR. . RICHARD C. ErliVINK GEORON T. TREMill.E. JR. WILLIAM J. BROWNE DAN II. BCELL GEORGIC W. JOHNSON JOHN D. O ' NEILL JAMES C. Orro H. BROWN WILLIAM II. DENLER . Orro II. BROWN ARTHUR H. SMITH PIIILUP S. COcHRAN WILLIAM B. REED BENJAMIN MA DERO BIDWELL C. CRANAOR MORLEY E. CHOTHERS DONALD B. FLEMING ROBERT GODFREY GIRLS ' CHORUS EDWARD G. HALSTEAD NI. WINYIELD Lots EARL!. HILLMAN JOHN A. Loom: C. YORK ASPIRIN. JR. Ruyan H. Moon STANLEY K. LEVIRON J. RICHARD PURSER NICHOLAS S. PICKARD WILLIAM J. REYNOLDS. JR. EMERSON J. STILES DONALD H. WILLIAMS 1.1,IAN A. BULLARD JAMES M. CASH PHILLIP S. COCHRAN ROBERT R. CURTI% Josmno APPLERACM JOHN W. BEAN NORMAN N. DIMMER N. Wrests BROWN MEN ' S CHORUS DONALD C. FOLDER FRITZ K. Kumst C. Folio Senors A. MARVIN MORLEY ROBERT M. LACRENSON ARTHUR H. SMITH DAVID N. HOLMES BENJAMIN H. PATCH CLARENCE R. VLIET RAWSON F. HORNER LTLE C. ?LIMIER JOHN R. WHEELER SINGING CHORES llogna CORNELL HERBERT L SCOFIELD CIJEVORD B. WIGHTMAN FRED E. PEENING ROLLAND D. SEVERT CLEMENT G. WRIGHT STKWART N. Ron GORDON SWEET ROLAND A. VARAILR GILBERT B. SALTONSTALL JOHN F. WEIR `(9ka0 fWAWSOLy nw a r : r . , t:A, ' r Page 269 .0 31 ask. Oratory and Drama ALPHA NU OF KAPPA PHI SIGMA OFFICERS First Seawater Second Semester JOHN E. WEBSTER . . . President . . . Jou.: Q. LANGER PAUL PRANSETH . rice-President . . RICHARD S. WEBER LYLE R. Ciwith Secretary . . RICHARD C. HEWITT RICHARD C. HEWITT . . . Treasurer . . ALBERT F. DONOHUE JOHN E. WEBSTER. Oratorical Delegate ROBERT .1. lierrox. Corresponding Serretary MEMBERS IN FACULTY PROP. GAIL E. DENSMORE PROP. JAME K. POLLOCK MR. CARL 6. BRANDT THOMAS ALWAY JAME A xor.Lst RALPH AN . MARTIN ANOELINO Joscrn F. Axon-own WILLIAM H. 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C141:1111 WRIBNIP.R 110VA MA. I TONI. I S.A.:S.7H SMIZR la ENO LIONONVX RCR SINK MC MUHL ' S 31 ask, Oratory and Drama BOARD OFFICERS ROBERT J. Gr s$Nrat President LAWRENCE E. WAIJCLFY Vice-President DonoTuv M. LYONS Secretary LAWRENCE E. HARTWIG Treasurer FACULTY PROF. JAMFIS M. O ' NEILI Chairman Speaker Commuter PROF. CARL G. BRANDT Financial Manager DELEGATES AT LARGE MARK ANDREWS WILLARD E. LOWRY BENJAMIN MARCUS SOCIETY DELEGATES MAURINE L. JONES Athena HELEN M. McCome . Portia ROBERT H. LLOYD Adelphi JOHN E. WEBSTER Nu : I ANDIMWS PIAltiVelG LLOYD MANLY( ' J1 ask. Oratory and Dratna WILCCSIMI SIMON Ins WEST :ERN CON FE REN CE INTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATE LE A G E DFA,MMBER, 1928 " Resolved: That the United States Senate should ratify the Paris Pact without reservations. " Michigan affirmative vs. Indiana negative at Ann Arbor—Won by Michigan. Michigan negative vs. Ohio State affirmative at Columbus—Won by Ohio State. WM WOLK LOUR ANDYJI WW.1$01. I LA ,M3C1t1 MID-WEST DEBATE LEAGUE MARCH, 1928 " Resolved: That the foreign policy of the United States Government in Central America is justified. " Michigan affirmative vs. Wisconsin negative—Won by Wisconsin. Michigan negative vs. Illinois affirmative—Won by Illinois. Par t7t ersities social Triangular debate on question: " Resolved: That in state fraternities and sororities should be abolished. " a n and Drama ( MICIIIGAN-0I110—INDIANA DEBATE LEAGUE Michigan affirmative vs. Ohio negative at Columbus—Won by Ohio State. Nlichigan negative vs. Indiana affirmative at Ann Arbor— Won Michigan. Winne. of the BLACK NEW TESTAMENT ORATORICAL CONTEST Winner of the NORTHERN ORATORICAL LEAGUE cox TEST, Winner of the EXTEMPORANEOUS CONTEST I .ItirF, 11,1 gn. NATHAN LEVY STEWART VANDENB•RG BA( AI ' ] Mc Como llorntrox Music, Oratory and Drama ADELPH1 House of Representatives Founded 1842 OFFICERS First Semester ROBERT II. LLOYD Speaker Lswituser: E. Ilium: Clerk HENRY J. PARTICA Treasurer CARL H. URIST Sergeant at Arms LAWRENCE E. Ilswrwic Historian Routarr II. Lion) Oratorical Delegate OFFR7ERS Second Semester LAWRENCE E. Hare m° Speaker DONALD R. TORFY Clerk CARL H. URIST Treasurer EVAN J. REED Sergeant at Arms LAWRENCE E. Roarrwm Historian HENRY J. PARTICA Oratorical Delegate MEMBERS MARK S. ANDREWS GILBERT N. IlsniusoN Rtsaw. M. SANDERSON JOHN L. BILLHEIMER F. EUGENE JACKSON R. DEAN SCHICK LEWIS BROWN NATHAN LEVY HENRY W. SCHMIDT IRVING H. COOPER STANLEY II. MCGILLIARD ARTHUR E. SCHROEDER J OAN P. DIEIIL MAURICE P. NIOYER GILBERT F. SMITH FRANCISCO DeMBRIGUE FRANK W. MINCER DONATO T. SUYAT SAUL R. EPTON Vicron Ilsalsowart JOHN H. TOTZKE ROBERT J. GESSNER H. DAVID RIX FRANK C. WILLIS J. EDMUND GLAVIN LOUIS ZLATKIN LLOYD W. BARTLETT NORMAN C. Bowunsox ASSOCIATE MEMBERS GERALD 0. DYKSTRA Ewan H. Movmt JOAN M. 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MITCHELL ELTON E. WIEMAX FIELDING H. YOST ACTIVE MEMBERS MILTON BERGMAN HENRY FEHLIG CHARLES FITZPATRICK FLOYD R. GAM{ WALDO IRWIN RAYMOND JOHNSON LOUIS A. KCBICEK RAY NEBELUNG PHILIP HAMMES HARVEY NORRIS WILFRED J. ORWIG DANIEL P. ROSE WILLIAM B. STEPHENS RANDOLPH W. WEBSTER WOMAN patenos ICUNCIIR PIT •IIPHKNIS NI SRL VNG HAS MAY NON It If I 11 n o r BETA CHAPTER OF IOTA ALPHA Founded at University of Michigan 1925 OFFICERS L. N. HOLLAND President C. I.. CLARK I ' ice-President G G BROWN Seeretary-Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS S. S. ATTIVOOD WILLIAM S. IIOUSEL EDWIN M. BAKER H. E. KEELER FRANK N. M. ihonvx W. E. lay GEORGE G. Ihmax W. I.. NI(CABE H. S. Btu. Gaolion M. NkComoT ?IARVIN S. CARR EVF:RETTE P. PARTRIDGE J. Cisi EL E. S. PETTYJOHN CLAUDE I.. CLARKE R. ScHNEIDEWIND MAURICE B. EICHKINERGER CHARLES W. SELHEIMER JAMIN S. GAULT R. H. SHERLOCK C. B. GORDY MELVILLE STOUT I.. N. HOLLAND R. C. SWINTON W. P. Woon GRADUATE STUDENTS NORMAN BANTA C. W. MiSti.A WALTER E. G. D. O ' CONNOR LEONARD BODDI " CLYDE PA LM ER EDWIN A. CLARKE EDWARD E. PETTIBONE HORACE W. DIAMOND E. A. RAVENWROFT L. IL DONNELL CARY ROBERTS DAVID A. Fox REGINALD RICKETY ' RICHARD H. HARRINGTON M. C. ROGERS JOHN HEIDBREDER JOHN G. SCHULTZ ALVIN J. HERZIG G. E. SF.AVOY RALPH W. HIGBIE DARWIN K. SEW G. FRED HOGG PRITRAM SINGH E. G. JOHN WACLOW SzYlANoWSKI MARTIN KATZIN C. P. Txnekx FRIEDERICK LEFFER M. J. THOMPSON CHI-HSIANG Li A. M. WAGNER JARVIS E. MILLER Ilmonarr L. Wan. CARL C. MONRAD Roy It. WILSON DONALD MURPHY ANDREW ZEE CHARLES I.. NICKOLLS TRUNG TONG .ZEE 11C . " pap 118 FRATERNITIES ejeveral northern, timber reserves recall the days of ettichician ' s suprem• acy as a pine, wood producer. Taper making has now succeeded as Med !ore industry. I General Fraternities FRATERNITIES IN ORDER OF ESTABLISHMENT AT MICHIGAN GENERAL Chi Psi I Re-established ... 1901 Phi Epsilon Pi. 1921 Beta Theta Pi 1 1815 Sigma Alpha Epsilon. .1889 Alpha Chi Rho... 1921 Alpha Delta Phi. .1816 Theta Delta Chi . 1889 Pi Kappa Alpha 1922 Della Kappa Epsilon 1855 Delta Chi . .1892 Delta Alpha Epsilon.. 1922 Della Phi 1855 Kappa Signals 1892 Tau Delta Phi 1922 Re-•stablished .1923 Sigma Nu ... .1902 Kappa Delta Rho ..1922 Sigma no .1858 Phi Mu Alpha 1902 Phi Mu Delta.... . .1922 Zeta Psi 1858 Acacia . 1901 Phi Kappa Tau . .. 1923 Phi Delta Theta 1861 Trigon 1905 Tau Epsilon Phi 1923 Re-established 1887 Phi Kappa Sigma .1905 Sigma Alpha Mn . Psi Upsilon 1865 Alpha Sigma Phi. .1908 Alpha Phi Delta. .1923 Delta Tau Della 1871 Zeta Bela Tan. .1912 Phi Kappa.. . . 921 Re-established 1871 Sigma Phi Epsilon .1912 Pi Lambda Phi 1921 Phi Kappa Psi 1576 Lambda Chi Alpha 1913 Alpha Kappa Lambda 1921 Delta I pitilon 1876 Phi Sigma Kappa .1915 Theta Kappa Nu .1925 Sigma ( ' hi 1877 Phi Sigma Delta .1915 Tan Kappa Epsilon 1923 Chi Phi 1882 Hermitage. 1917 Triangle 1925 Re-established . .1921 Theta Chi. .1919 Sigma Pi. .1925 Phi Gamma Delta .1885 Kappa Nu . .1919 Sigma Zeta . .1926 Re-established .1902 Delta Sigma Phi Pi Kappa Phi . .1927 Alpha Tau Os:legs 1888 Phi Bela Delta 1921 Beta Sigma Psi 19n PROFESSIONAL Phi Delta Phi .....1869 Phi Alpha Della 1905 Sigma Delta Kappa 1911 n Sigma Nu 1882 Phi Chi 1903 Alpha Chi Sigma 1916 Delta Sigma Delta 1882 Pat Omega 1905 Tau Epsilon Rho 1918 Phi Della Chi 1883 Alpha Kappa Kappa 1906 Alpha Kappa P 4 1920 Theta Kappa I ' d 1888 Gamma Eta Gamma 1911 Delta Sigma Pi .1921 Xi Psi Plit 1889 Della Theta Phi 1912 Phi Delta Epsilon... .1921 Phi Rho Sigma 1897 Alpha Rho Chi 1911 Phi Lambda Kappa. .1923 Phi Beta l ' i 1898 Theta Xi 1911 Alpha Omega 1926 INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL MOP HANN, ' MICRWODD. JR I L ' c-irt•-:- General Fralernaies Founded Miami University 1839 81 Active Chapters LAMBDA CHAPTER Established 184.5 BETA THETA PI MEMBERS IN FACULTY WILLIAM S. Caattanox KENNETH C.McMURRAT MAURI. E W. WHEELER EARL W. Dow. A.B. NORMAND F. MILLER ALLEN SAVnturev.A.M., LL.D. C Doman. NU). FRANK E. ROBBINS. PH.D. WILLIAM H. WAIT. PH.D. MEMBERS IN CITY JUNICR E. Brat. J. J. GOODYEAR CKARLIA MCCALLUM Emma REAL EDWARD N. HARTWICE DONALD S. EATTEIDION MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY (Inaetire wed Graduate Students) Fueourcu R. ARENDT RICHARD T. EVROT Seniors HAROLD E. ANDIIE% GEORGE B. MARTIN NCI. E. MINION. W. PAIL COLWELL JOHN F. MILLER ROLLAND W. TAYWII ROBERT W. MANLY R. ' ,ALBION WILLIAMs Juniors Joex Ann? FRANKLIN MOOME CHARLOS Horn Roman K. ADAHN JUDSON THOMPSON GORDON ANDRE% Annum DECKER JACK DODDS ROBERT AKNoLD HENRY Hunvanv Sopkomeorts WILLIAM GENTRY SAMUEL MORTIMER HAWKINN I). Score Wawa,. I ' reshnstre JAMES BRYANT Peaur Cooe WILLIAM MARTIN WALTER WILDS I: CNN KTII WILLS WALLACE. MILLER DANIEL SEELEY ‘i I, 4 II • 50 fri, ti ITAWRIVI WILL. WILD% MCKIM GICNTRY ADAM( A •RR1T TMOMMON MOORS ROTH DODOS ROAM. RCA MARTIN vroal. WILLIAM) COLWELL J MILUCR TAYLOR MANLY MARTIN A•N0113 OLOWNZY W. MILL LIT MSILRY 0.161C ttrra ritlent it ies on m ft ' 4f,.. Founded Union College 1811 21 Active Chapters I.PIIA EPSILON CHAPTER Rolablisked MEMBERS IN FACULTY WA ILO M. A.B., LLB. LArAyurtu F. Dow. M.A. MEMBERS IN CITY L. PA L ' L BrcELEY RAY L. FISH MI ROBERT W. WILKINS KtNNETU DAVENPORT H. SMOAK SLIVER Guy WOOLVOIM Ikon WruumxtER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Jolts S. DENyoN. A.11. runts MAcDoNNnt, A.B. EDWIN P. VARY, A.B. ARTHUR P. Gino° STANLEY KA IL A.B. CAnsa A. WasoN, A.R. Seniors CHARLES CAMPBELL H. Hun C. POWI Solon Manua M. IIINKLEY llowmto K. KENYON EUGENE WARING K KSNrni E. lloi-mits C. TuostAs McKRAN ROBERT F. WARREN Tie %Till MC W. Root Junion HENRY A. BROWN Ggonog W. Piano= FA•RINGTON TWEEDY GEORGE E. LEONARD, JR. JOHN S. Winer. JR. 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BECK EVOKER A. HAND HAROLD W. BELL. JR. Rollin T. CRANE, ht. Penn W. DAWLEY A. DWIGHT CHURCH CARL CASTLE ROBERT IIEPPERAN KIRKE HOLLAND MEMBERS IN FACULTY ERNEDY C. HILDNER. JR.. A.M. HARRY B. WITHIN I.L.U. EVANS HOLBROOK. LLB. MEMBERS IN CITY HERMAN KUMNIC MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY RICHARD HINWICR. A.B. DAvm !NOUS WILLIAM LEONARD Seniors WILUAM M. LEWIS. JR. [Aix S. OYERToN Juniors R. BP.VERLKY IIKRBERT THEODORE S. LONG Sophomores GEORGE DUGAN WILLIAM U. HILTON FREDERICK K. KLIMEK Fresh men WILLIAM LARKIN ERNIDIT MAY ROBKRT MONTACZ Jgnsu S. Ilimman, PH.D. PHILLIP F. WICATIIERILL. PH.D. BEIONUIN W. WHEELER. A.M. ssKLI. A.II. ARTHUR IIKEV1N MIIRRILL TAYLOR. A.B. JAM. TAN . A.B. WOODBCRY RANSOM JERRY SHAW DA LTON WA LIOIR HARRISON II. MCGRAW. JR. Ronny E. SMITH GEER II. SMITH RAYMOND II. OVERTON HENRY G. SHAIONPEARE JAM . F. WARD ( ' GLUT RYAN JA1024 .%nuII ' SUTTON CHARMS WOW 11 I 4 1 I le WAY 1IET1KMAN ANTLIC WIbS RYAN I ARKIN •UllON •HIRIMON KLARNA DUGAN R. TRDTON HILTON CHL110.1 HOLLAND MONTAGUE DAWIZy NIA10:trtAIE C. SMITH ALLRN REREERI LONG SEEK DILL WARD E. fa RYON RAN1011 WALIMIR " HAW •AIMER MC CRAW General Fraternities Founded Yale University 1844 45 Active Chapters OMICRON CHAPTER Established MI ROBERT C. ANGELI. PIED. JAWS E. BAYNE BENJAMIN R. BOrtELL GEORGL B. Doauvrit ALLEN B. Das BLYKER CHA•LIOS B. CUMMINGS JOHN DEN RISSER BRUCE CDALMEW. Henn R. CONKLIN CHARLES A. FELLoni. MEMBERS IN FACULTY OSCAR J. CAMPBELL. Pn.D. MEMBERS IN CITY JAMES CRAIG MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JOHN P. OTTOWAL A.B. Seniors BYRON J. LONGYEAR EDWARD L. NEAL Juniors RICHARD B. FOSTER JAMES F. LEWIS DANIEL W. SMITH Sophomores JOHN II. KRAIVT NICHOLAS S. PICKARD WILLIAM E. POND Freshmen EDWARD T. FREY EDWARD P. IIlawman Davin R. LOUIS CHARLES H. Comm,. N.D. SAMCICL P. Qt•A10.01 JAMES R. Srexteit CLARENCE A. TRAPHIGEN JOSEPH II. WOODARD DAVID 0. SMART `Joann! IV TUCKER DANIEL MACLACOHLIN CHARLES H. SOM.MER WILDER 11. STEVENS INLEY LOL1S %WKS " SOSII4XX COKICLIN I MOW. MC LAOLIMIN CRIALSIRDI HAMMOND TUCKER [RAM COOLING% J. OILY ' MART RICKARD POND TRAMAGIC•C LAMS A. DEN IlLYKER DOWNIER I. OSTRE ' MUD WOODARD KRAL RATIOS LONCA1C%11 OWICNCil OVAItUrs DOVIIILL 1 Founded nion College 1827 IS Active Chapters IOTA CHAPTER Established In5.5 RenvIabli shed 192.1 , 1 ' General Fraternities MEMBERS IN FACULTY WARMILX B. Fitnonilm M.D. WALTER V. MARSIIALL. B.A.E. WHAJAM .1. BOOTH CRANIA?. H. FINIS MEMBERS IN CITY MEMBERS IN UNIVEILSITY GEORGE I.. PAYEE, A.B. VERLING C. EXTRMAX IIRIAX W. BLAKELY ORVILLE I.. DOWOIR PAri, L. ADAMS CAW,: A. BAN:WELL AtExAxoget K. GAON. JR. LOSTEIR C. LEMKE WALTER W. SA rra THOMAS U. CooLry HENRY T. Gin,: Seniors (oaroten C. GAOK. Juniors 11. HALMOS ' ) STAVTORD M. HODDER JAM.% It. OILRORNE Sophomores EDWARD G. Srusgertux AgNNcrn E. Witsox Freshorten S. MARSHALL EDWARD S. MCKAY ROBERT NIII.LEM KENNETH G. PATRICE Lorin B. RODEXIIER0 WILIJAM H. REND. JK. B. ROBERTA EMILOERIC II. WILIJAIls GrItNET WILLIAMS. JR. ROBERT W. WOODROOTE. JR FWINCIS PARKS RICHARD I.. TOWN PARKS N. GAGS MAIOJIALL TOXIN COMIC MILLER MC KAY SCRISOILLIS SAVIOI SODDEN. IIAMMOND OISOILWIt ROSERTS LEMKE WILCOX intumet A. GAGS KAMEN ROMNRIIIIG PATRICK HOMER C. GAGS ADAMS Pan 321 General Fraternities MEMBERS IN FACULTY Paorrososi BENJAMIN D. Main. C " • • • 1.4 II •., N fa C Founded Colon College 1827 10 Active Chapters ALPHA OP MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established 1568 Morr KR ELWYN JA51104 VAN DYKE WIW ' OX LUTHER C. CARPENTER GEORGE DAIMIOND HARLAN P. CHESTY Romer L. BRowx MEMBERS IN CITY EDWARD M. DEPT MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY DAVID A. llowsi ai. Seniors C. FENTON RARER Janie, It. DRADIMIID FOOARTY DT KLAN MATMILIAN Cmangs A. llowssa. DM ' s ' , C. Wiping Neat W. Sinaloa Roam J. WILMIN BERNATH P. SHERWOOD JAMES D. FREEMAN EDWIN H. BERLE FRANCIS II. Baser W. THOMAS Giu.tro BYRNE M. DADENOCII INVINO S. Bragg Sophomore. Dix Ilvmen act GEORGE E. MARKLEY WARD II. SEMEN Freshmen SollERT DAVIS WILLIAM R. PANCOART MARION A. SHERWOOD EDWARD AREIN SEAR Jolty W. VAN CLEVE. E. PHELPS Stun. WI wag TELLING MMICZ DAVIS IDADENOCti GILLINE MAttia• AMOR K. Wan GILLETT Rout PANCOAM GUS WAKE N. MOL•WooD •. RYAS VAN Clint BROWN VILEMIAN tan le 4P•Nonon t Mtn ' MAC IOWA roGA•TY Page ses • Founded New York University 1817 29 Active Chapters XI CHAPTER Established 1858 MEMBERS IN FACUU ' l PnaLur C. BURN= MEMBERS IN CITY THOMAS HINSHAW CHARLES C. CRAPPIE RICHARD R. CRAPPIE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 1 nactAv and Graduate Students) Ronny Y. YEEDAN BARRY R. Btonow NATHAN K. BRUMBACOH HORACE J. BARTON Groans V. CANDLER. JR. C. LEMAN CRANE Hun CURRY E. Jeatong ELUSON THOMAS M. COOKE DAVID R. HEMPSTEAD, JR. HARRY ARNOLD Jack W. BUNTING J. NALL CANDLER Seniors Paws J. EDMISON Joann Fawn, JR. WILUAN B. F. HALL Juniors C. Yon JUDSON, JOHN F. RICE Sophomores II amoarr M. RICK Freshmen IIERI%EKT P. CARKOW, JR. V. GEORGE ClIABUT S. BEACH CoNon. JR. Joann II. HoLrocn RICHARD C. KURTINE GEORGE L. RANDALL JAMES B. SACIRIDER GEORGE T. TREMBLE, JR. JAMES H. KRAMER ERNEST E. MANN FREDERICK GARLICK., H. SIBLEY SkDOWICK MORRIS Woms ,16 ' 10 ,•-; et t . ft I suASON monSTRAD VARMIax COOKE RICK KRAMER MIRKY LANDAU. HALL RICA JUDSON (LANKA PILLOW% CORVINE 110LAVCII MANTON MA AR CANDLER MAMMON SSDGWICE MINTING ARNOLD CA•ROW CONGER DANDCAM (DAIWA CANDLER Cce,- V pitUt , PCP Ste h., ' MEMBERS IN FACULTY HERMAN W. CASE, Pali. EARL V. MOORS, A.B. CHARLIIW W. EDMUND., A.B., M.D. ELMORE PETTYJOITN. M.S.E. MEMBERS IN CITY Ilran BEEBE. M.D. Guy M. Waireat, Pn.D. ALBERT E. WHITE. A.B. , JAM.). KENNEDY RICHARD K. AMERSON ROBERT BARLEY WATSON Cl...AT RAY J. FRIEDMA NN JAW), ADKINSON HUGH CLARKE. JR. BOYD GLIINHARD LOWELL ALLEN IRVINO BROWER SHERMAN DILLINGHAM PAUL HA RUG Seniors JVDRON B. BRANCH RORERT NEWTON J union JACK STEK ENKE Sophomores WILLIAM HANNING DAN W. Ilommat frechmen JOHN HEPPES RICHARD HOLE ALLEN KESSLER JAMES KENNET JOHN Marra. FRANCIS SANDERSON RAYMOND WACHTER EDWARD VINOPAL ROBERT WHITWORTH EDWARD ROMARE HARRISON SIMRALL STUART SMITH CARL Mann JOHN MCINTYRE CHAIM°. WiLtaun It..a env WILLIAMSON DILLINCIWI SISIRALL HOLMES GIVRNHARD II.ACRK MANNING WRITS. ADKIXICON ROILARK CLAY MC IN1YRK WHIPAX1RTH vIZRLETEM VISOPAL AL RN ILRIRCAIAXN WACHTER !HIN7ON SANDRRLOS PR S(H AMKRSON PARLEY CHITTENORL: YARN lila Et LENNEY HARTH: IPPS NI AStlOS WNW MANDL WILLARD ' Az Founded Miami University 1818 96 Active Chapters MICHIGAN ALPHA CHAPTER U414444.14 2804 Remmlablisked 2887 General Fraternitien Founded Union College INA 26 Active Chapters PHI CHAPTER Established 1865 MEMBERS IN FACULTY SAMUEL T. DANA. A.B.. ALP.. Sc.D. Mona° T. Scll LosHERG, B.S. GEORGE W. N.D. JOsEPR W. SHAW. MEMBERS IN CITY Cusgt.r. W. GRAHAM DOUGLAS D. 1.0103: FREDERICK B. W A LEOMN JOHN R. ' TM CHRISTIAN N. MACK DANIEL F. ZIMMERMAN Tic-ron II. LANE. JR. NATHAN S. POTTER MEMBERS IN [ ' NITER:51TV JACK P. HEDRICK EASTON C. K MACY JOIIN W. NEIGHBOR RICHARD II. HODGE NIALCOLII S. ' ANC:TOED LAMSON RIIEINVEANK RAY C. HUMPHREY Jon " : D. MARLEY GEORGE. M. STANLEY Seniors Enwau S. EVANS, JIL G Komi,: K. POTTER J. B. ALLAN SKAGEN KINGSLEY G. MOORE Fut % x k NI. Rom xsos Jags I). WIOTT Juniors JANET FISHRACK RHO OW II. NItutor Gannon C. TD.t.gv SPRAGUE GARDINER Jon N E. PENNIMAN STANTON W. TODD. JR. ROBERT IIOLMEA NATHAN S. PHITY.R. III JUSTIN F. WAY Sophomores JOHN F. MONAGHAN CHARLES II. REYNOLDS JACK F. STANTON • HARRY C. MOORK GRAHAM SHINNICK Room N. TURNER FRANK W. MUNGER EDWARD M. SMITH Freshmen DWIGHT L. DICKINSON EDWARD W. HAYDEN GEORGE W. MEYER. JR. RAYNER Famo. JR. JARVIS S. HICKS. JR. NEAL K. Perna lionnor T. GARRISON Itratgn Y. I.% NE JANET F. Qutsx lissav F. ARAMs, PH.D. GEORGE D. BROWN. PH.D. PRANK I. CORNWALL. CHARLES IRWIN Lestec A. BREWER JACK COLEMAN Jmnas C. Dunn CLARKE W. BALDWIN WALTER C. CHAvvr.B. JR. FREDERICK B. CURTENIUS ELWOOD B. DALTON Ronan B. EVANS WILLIAM B. CHURCHILL EDWARD R. GALLOWAY DAVID N. IDLEST JOHN G. ANDKIOON EDWARD B. BARRETT DONALD M. CHAFFEE 1 :lust testi 4 1111 15 muNGER HAYDEN CA•lows QUINN D. (RAFTER N. feint MEREST lank ANDERSON MELD DKEINsos RICKS MONAGHAN MINER C.ARDINIER D. Roams cHuitcHILL GALLOWAY STANTON WITH TANS MIMIC% N. MOORE REYNOLDS TILLEY PANNINAN DALTON IL ROLES[ TODD N. K. EOM WAY EISIGIACK cvitTILNW% it Immo: W. Climonot E. [TANN BALDWIN G. POTTER SOS NNON K. Mooltil Gene ral Fraternitieg Founded Bethany College I1158 72 Active Chapter.. DELTA CHAPTER Established int Re-otablished 1R73 0 MEMBERS IN FACULTY JOHN A LEX.% N VUR.B.S..M.A..M.D..F.A.C.S. RALPH H. CURTISS. P.D. lawn J. VOCITO. M.S.F. ions M. 11.tuum. A.B.. M.D. CARL E. 61:7116. Pu.D. FWYD BARTELL, M.D. THOMAS K. CASADT. A.M. Hong? 11. WILLARD. N.D. ARTHUR BLINCIIARD. A.M. MEMBERS IN CITY RICHARD I). CUTTING. A.B. Loris D. KILGORE. A.R. F. I ' . Anna. D.D. W. W. rumour. Pu.D. R. C. MAcKaxnc. A.R.. M.D. FRED M. GAIOK. M.A. A. M. lhouLgy. A.R. SCWCLL PLATT. A.R. GEobtoE F. MCCALLUM. LL.B. E. Gower, UPJOHN. A.B.. M.D. HI a dl DK MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Puma R. Crisis. A.R.. B.M. J. KYLE WORLEY, A.R. FREDERICK J. R. SEVALD, JR. RICHARD II. PAULSON. A.R. JAMIDI WELL. Senior. PHILUP J. DAY WALTER E. GEIATERT T. ARNOLD MURK IER • CHARLES L. Weary._ JR. JUDSON R. IIEUIR RUDER L. SLATER Jttaiora ROBERT M. BOTCH ALEXANDER W. FORIOT4. JR. DoNALD E. GROVE DONALD M. VEDDER DONALD C. DontiryLE Hew. N. KITCHEN WILLIAM B. REED CHAuLtut W. VA it m soros. JR. SOpitonfoop CLARENCE J. Bonn. JR. JOHN M. DOBBIN JOHN A. [ARIAS LYLE C. PLESIIEE NIORLEY C. CROWTHER A. MARVIN MORLEY. JR. J. CLOTORD NIUMRAT ROBINSON PREDIIRET Teeth-en JACK H. 13 KICILEY II. C LA Y CA LHOU N, ht. GY.ORUK R. PATTERSON MELVIN A. REED BONER, ' B. BEDILEY JAMES I. DAVIS NlAysmio D. NIORRIBON GEoltog A. STAUTER DAN J. littlIER JOHN C. HERBST ROBERT G. NIACKENZIE, JR. WWI tiff ' 414 ti,4t7M 111, Tvilf IMMIX cALIOVN 1.0k Se HIGHLEV DAVIS II. NIWW.LIN PI LS WOW ITAL110t H. SOW PATTI:WON WWWW.ON J. DISNIALY MAC IOCNIIS VAIROCWON WIWATIIElt MIMS tor-e, MURRAY W. MID IITCHLN Pt..WWIK WA DT DAY SIKIWGIk 111,Sw WHIM( (WWI. KIWI %LAMM WI:WIWI General Fraternities Founded Jefferson College 1852 50 Active Chapters MICHIGAN ALPHA CHAPTER Established Ma MEMBERS IN FACULTY DEAN JOHN R. EFIINOICA PH.D. RANDOLPH G. ADAMS, PH.D. II. C. CALDERWOOD. A.M. DEAN EDWARD H. Emus. PH.D..Se.D. RALPH J. HARLAN. A.M. HARRY R. GAMBLE. A•M. MEMBERS IN CITY HAROLD E. COVERT THEODORE. HANNA MILO OLIPHANT PAUL KEMPF MENIBERS IN UNIVERSITY Gnome M. Banta ARCRITAL M. BLACK, A.B. C. DEViree VROOMAN HARRISON T. On, A.B. Seniors WILLIAM L. MANNY JOHN W. TARBILL, JR. EDWARD II. WACHS Juniors LOWELL R. AUSTEN WILLIAM J. EIRE OWSLET TOSE SAMUEL F. ATKINS PAUL T. KELLY HARRY W. WALLACE Jolts IL Emnoza. J.. DONALD II. MCGILL JOHN W. WATLING, JR. ALLEN OWEN Sophomores EDMOND C. Aunts ARTHUR HIGH), RLD JOAN L. POTTLE WILLIAM N. ANDREWS, JR. WIIITFIELD D. HILLIER ARTHUR H. SMITH DAVID J. FLOOD RORERT J. PATTON W. WALLACE. WIOWELS flues G. ALLEN WILLIAM ATKINS V. JORDAN BROWN EDWARD N. DUDMAN Freshmen HAROLD HODGSON JOHN C. HOWARD GEORGE E. KEYS. JR. RICHARD W. LOVELAND JO IN E. MARTIN DONALD A. MCCANNEL JOHN PATTERSON EDWARD S. WITTOWN PATTERSON KITTS OLDITAN MC CANNEL W. Amax% MOWN 110DGPON ALLEN NIGIIILLD FLOOD PATTON SEIM WESEL% At7IIN ALSTION WATLING S. ATKINS CELLI EIRE POTTLE ANDIENTO MC GILL WACUS TARSAL MAW! EPTINGIR WALLMIC OV1P. Want-VaCoPlinticARWO General Fraternities Upsilon Founded Williams College 1831 52 Active Chapters MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established 1870 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Oux W. BLICKETT CHARLES. F. 1)Eteis. A.B. HARRISON M. RANDALL. Pu•D• CHEATER W. C1.0IK. A.M. JOSEPH H. DRAKE. PH.D.. LLB. JACOB E. REIGHARD GEORHE NI. BLEEKMAN, M.S.E. WALTER B. FORD. A.M., M.D. WILFRED B. Smaw, A.B. ARTHUR L. CROSS. PH.D. PHILIP IIADLEY. M.D.. PH.D. Famine B. Vapors. A.B..D.D.S. CLARENCE L. HEADER. Pitt). MEMBERS IN CITY Romps J. limenmoirox Hence G. Pagrrvmsx HENRY W. NICHOLS II. D. 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WARRIERR MAEMI meta HOLDION COWARDS SKERIOOS WHITTLE HAILRY MAELHALL MICKLIM ETICRLING HALL RGJ.AIRK PERDUE tOgast ,M,WIr c s( " ):S :g v,•.. 0, S to ‘ to t t a a I t BALDWIN. JR. ALBRRT E. GREEN HARRY M. HAWLEY EDWARD II. CASTLE. A.B. STEPHEN E. Jona. A.B. Roasts D. HOYT. A.B. WILLIAM D. BRI:SIBAU0.1 DAT Y. BURILL Page G ?nerd Fraternities Founded Miami Univenity 1855 87 Active Chaplets THETA BETA CHAPTER Established 1S77 HENRI C. ANDEIDION. B.M.E. Ulm M. Gtatt. B.S. .1. G. HATS WINDSOR S. DAVIES EDWIN M. ELLIOTT GEORGE L DONALD C. POLO= JAMES PRACNFELTER WALTER H. ALLMAN ROBERT 11. BARTH P111131. N. BROWN Gcouur. R. ALLEN DAVID A. BEACH Run E. CONNOR E. Dot °LAO DRAKE EDWARD A. POWER JAMS ' R. HOFFER WILLIAM LYONS MEMBERS IN FACULTY F. M. TAYLOR. PH.D. II. B. TURNER. A.B. JOHN S. WOHLEV. M.S. MEMBERS IN CITY CARL II. Stunt MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY DWIGHT KULLER RICHARD N. MAXWELL Seniors JAM% R. BMWS JOSEPH N. PETTIT Juniors OMAN C. CE ITIs ROBERT R. CURTIS Sophomores WILLIAM R. Dun HAIIIIT EASTMAN MORRIS GROVERMAN JOHN G. HALL Freshmen GEORGE C. McIlottu GaoltoN NIELtd so ROBERT G. MILLER JAMES D. NORTH FIELDING H. YOST. LL.B. LYMAN S. JUDSON, A.B. T. R. Putnam. lIv.totv L. WALLECK ROBERT P. SCHEMER BENJAMIN H. WILIAM LEROY K. Sol V1.7111016 Sumtwoon B. WINSLOW Roman M. DICKEY GEORGIC W. SLAGLE CIRRUS. E. STAY. ' GILBERT N. HARRISON ROBERT M. LONG THOMAS D. ROWE HAROLD ROSS GARDNER T. Storm RALPH W. SMITH BANCROFT YARRINOTON LYON!. NOIFILIt MILLING MAXI SMITH NOWT. I ol ...kit ROIL MC HO %MUM ALLMAN " MACH .171:411. IIASIISOS LONG VARRINCTON GROVEIWAN ROME ALLAN DICKYV MAYS ?CARMAN CONNOR CLIIT I ' MACIS WINFLOW O. 104CZR ICCHVLTIMMX PILT7M OHM. 10MAIJNT6lill RARTII Founded College of New Jersey 1821 29 Active Chapters ALPHA TAU CHAPTER Established 1M2 Re-established 1921 KT ' 7 tge). 107(1-77 General Fraternities FREDERICK E. BUCK R. PH.D. RUSSELL REED DONALD A. PotJews. A.B. CHARLES L. RoNIrIELD. JR. LEIITIMI P. Bronwin.t. MEMBERS IN FACULTY WILLIAM A. PRAYER. A.B. MEMBERS IN CITY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ALEXANDER I). ROBERTSON. A B. Seniors . Hamm G. CAPRON M. Ronnwr Hex) FlIEDKRICK NI. HARLOW ltoxr.RT T. II. IIAI.1. PH.D. ALVA HEALD KENNETH L. R0111111‘CIC, A.B. THEODORE II. ROKTHEIG MATTHEW J. SPENCE, JR. HOBART D. ANDREAE Rongwr Bou.ra BLANK E. BALDWIN RONEKT O. DAvinmw: MATNARD R. ANDREAE Jon 1 ' . GAge• WILLIAM II. JORDAN KENNETH 0. RIKNEY HENRY E. Cuorsg Sophomores KASPER J. HALVERSON GEORGE E. 11001E187ER Freshmen HARRY S. KtssEr LAWRENCE Y. Idnr OuvnAn E. l ' Amenn JARED JORDAN ALBERT M. Powr JAMES N. IlOslsrlt WILLIAM F. Roam Wm. H. PENDELI.... JR. W. LEE SLAYTON, JR. Rossnr D. TOWNAEND Hoastu 16413 ERWIN INnbab.1,1•14 Ran% DAvIDSON SOUK CROVAE J. JORDAN CHURCH NIREKV Pon ISONIVIELD MARL[HY OV41 CAPRON POLLOCK tOWN lb Pin:MX KINNEY l.fl KY HaDWIN lain PARKER W. JORDAN K. ANDREAE • A I Founded Jefferson College 1818 69 Active Chapters ALPHA PHI CHAPTER Established 1886 Remita fished 1902 f;ericral Yellen! irs MEMBERS IN FACULTY CLARENCE S. YOAKUM. PH.D. WILLIAM S. MURRAY. A.M., Sc.D. Mourns P. TILLEY. Pn.D. Roust W. BABCOCK, A.M. HENRY E. RIGGS, C.E. ALFRED S. WARTHIN. FRANCK L. D. GOODRICH, BLS. Hannan C. SADLER. Sc.D., ILO WALTER B. REA. A.B. Joann R. HAYDEN, Pn.D. SHIRLEY W. SMITH, A.M. THEODORE HORNHICROF.R. A.B. PRESTON M. HICKEY. M.D. COWS C. STURGIS. M.D. Jason a G. THOMAS. Pn.D. HENRY W. Madan, M.E. ELROY S. Guacintv. Pn.B. CHARLIE F. Nlarzas, JAMES B. POLLOCE, Sc.D. EDSON R. SUNDERLAND, LL.B. JOSEPH N. Incot.x. A.M. MEMBERS IN CITY WILLIAM T. BUCHANAN LOUIS FORSYTHE PHILIP M. PFAFFMANN CLEMENT A. SMITH STUART EAGLESON WARD D. PETERSON SAMUEL H. RIGGS Hamlin Urtox MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Jons W. BLANCHARD CHARLES B. EMERY WILLIAM C. PCSCH THOMAS E. SUNDERLAND MANLY K. HUNT CALVIN N. SOUTHER Seniors DURWIN D. ALOTER EDWARD L. Huuss E. THURSTON THIELE THOMAS THOMAS DONALD S. SMITH Junior. ROBERT C. CHAPMAN WALTER P. HICKEY WILLIAM B. MARTIN ALEX K. SCHERER HARLEY B. KLINE HAROLD 0. 01210N Sophomores (haus A. EAMES DAVID H. ORR JOHN G. STAUDT SHERWOOD A. Unox RICHARD N. HUMPHREYS WILLIAM R. ORE FREDERIC C. STEVENS, JR. Awns H. SHEPHERD THOMPSON H. MAnLEY RICHARD M. SIOUX ALFRED C. STODDARD STANLEY E. BETA FRANK G. HARRISON FREDERICK RIEDEL. III JACK L. SPENCER ROBERT G. CRAWFORD WA LT ER A. MOLT MILLARD I.. HOMIER HAMILTON M. STEPHENS T110101% M. DAVIS Its u tin, H. LYONS MILTON C. SMITH Roars L. STEVENS HAMIOSON I.Vrc, Math P. swam N. MOIR DOLT LPE•CER RITZ NIR IIIINK DAVI% ClAINVO•D 1(016.71.• • ,. ■ ■ D. A lel EY 1-11.1%IIII.V% VIEVIIIIIID R. CO EVION NTODDARD A. %LEVEN% MARTIN SIKOCIttll COLA DAN OLSON KA NOM %AMIDE KLINE THIEVE THOMAS SLOVAK Illts I D. SMITH STOCKDALS HICKEY General Fraternities • Founded Virginia Military Institute 186.3 87 Active Chapters BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER Ertablished 1888 Re-established 190$ MEMBERS IN FACULTY JOSEPH II. CANNON. B.S. CHARLLM H. FIDISEEDEN. M.E. W. EMERSON. B.S.. M.D. Ronne S. Giatiox. N.S. BEN Kann M.S. MEMBERS IN CITY ANDREW E. Henn Dultuna. B. PRATT MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY WILFRED T. HUNT. A.B. GILIOOTT A. Mel:1mm A.B. EDWARD C. KILLIAN. A.B. CHAIM.% F. PREECE. A.B. LOUIS A. Leasou. A.B. GEOROK RAGLAND. JR.. LL.D. JAMES J. Lionemonv. A.B. RALPH R. RATHRONE. A.B. NORMAN P. SORTER Seniors SHERWOOD AKE ELVER II. GEISSLER ROBERT N. BUCK CRAHLTA F. HOLDEN Leo J. CoNwsv MILTON G. KENDRICK CHARLES C. RAKER WILBUR R. HUMPHREYS. A.M. CUIICH B. flown. PH.D. HERMAN II. RIErKER WILLIAM W. STILES. A.B. Eutan E. THOMAS. AS. GORDON P. WHEELER. A.B. HAROLD C. WILSON. A.B. Haman J. %lilac HARRY C. Hit IITKIt RALPH F. SHAWAKEII CLARE H. TIMBERLA K CHAMI.PM K. CORRELL FREDERICK 1. RONSON J. Tsyson EL sort, III Jou% FAIRORIEVE Nosen 1. GARRISON Jsmiu P. KiNtansce ROREICT G. BARK Dsmai. J. Ituoss Juniors HAROLD E. IIANDLEY J. Evan Ingmsa M. WINPIELD LOTT. JR. HARRY V. ODLE Sophomores Jona It. Rout. Freshmen 8nt:Lons C. FULLERTON EDWIN II. POORMAN GEORGE W. PRIERS Gamma E. Smogs HARVEY 6. STRAUB C. VRSLKY Semen 1.goy E. SMITH ROBERT It. HARDY CHARLES. A. SA !WORD 5 ' 14 I vir 11 MIRTHIniRSON Rea uoRStKl.I. OR LOTT HANDCART K410RT STRAtr• NINON MVI.A.0 I1OUMN THAWACIER DARK. RIAIIIIKRIACK ACK CHNDKICC VAIRDIRICAlt W1.7.1.113CION 1100NIC SANTORD HARDT GARRINDN IIHILICS RARK s n(f t ( Founded University of Alabama11856 100 Active Chapters MICHIGAN IOTA BETA CHAPTER Established Mb CARROLL II. Mar. PH.D. ALBERT S. BARR. M. D. WILLIAM BENSON. A.B. Mont K L. EYELY. A.B. Dux Aw J. COMRIDEN ELWOOD (71,M1IING Rstrisa or Gomm jAm HEND,:kM(11 JAMLSs E. I.Irrasi. JOHN S. MACDONALD ROBERT T. Msnirox DONAL. S. BELL CRIPP.L WILLARD FISH RICHARD Fr RN Ins WILLIAM CALE. ' ROBERT DAVID WIALEY DI rataKtRaot CLIFFORD DOMKE MEMBERS IN FACULTY Consust Osmsccso. B.S. Erucsc Vsnsve. M.D. MEMBERS IN CITY Otto H. lIsss. A.B. Erocsc B. Pons. M.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Joao: W. Ilse. A.B. (7Ani. M. La A.B. JOHN S. MICHENEM Seniors GEORGE Kix° CHARLES H. Lennox ARNOLD W. LUNOERMIIAUsEN Junior WILLIAM II. NUNNELET EDWARD READ HOWARD RODERICK FRANK A. SCHULER THOMAS HAYWOOD WA LT ER HENDERSON ROBERT JOHNSON FRANK A. limo Freshmen GORDON JOHNSON HARLEY MacNsas J. JAMDI Naas RAYMOND PRIERT CLu la. J. %%aftusa. Score C. Itcssip.m. M.D. RANDOLPH 11. MONROE FRANK STILE " %.1 GKoitot: K ' . Do% .i.o. SKINK uth NANN DAY ID NI. Itcho Hans ' Nome. JOHN F. ' rotas Jot C. VOGEL C. ARTHUR WINDSolt ROBERT LOCKTON ROBERT Minns EDWARD R. VACOHN HARTFORD VERKEN Joie: SA Cell UCK PETER Scan:Nom FRANK SHAW HOWARD WIIRDEN t itt t I •ir f I ni 1. vi SAVCRUCK WNW: ?RICARNAKR Wane% )014NliON MM. NEAL DIRRWARIACR DAVID CALICY ' MAW XL " . DOMKE LOCKTON PORNO, VAUGHN MITCKELL KING ILDOA001) VINO CRIPPA OMICRON RODERICK ItRIA. NUNNEARY MAITESON urtm.s. MAC DONALD 70LAN %IRMO, %CHOI= REID TAYLOR AAUDION DIRNOILle.ON CORRIORN KING MAC DONALD LOCKTON Ll ' NtiAFNHALSiN •KZO NARK General Fraternities ' ' T 1 eta Delta Chi Founded Union College 18(7 30 Active Chapters GAMMA DEUTERON CHAPTER Established 1889 F. BAKKER. Ph. I). W. HACKLET BUTLER ::: : AMIN F. Gnovgn CLARK E. HARMS RAWSON F. HOAXER FREDERWK T. BISSELL HOWARD C. JACKSON Wthrsego I. Boon DAN H. Bur.t.L. II JAMES K. CA ' ' ' N llllll LIUOR M. CHATTER ION EGSERT H. DAVIS. JR. JAMES Venos DAVIS WILLIAM M. BURT A. JACK CUTTINO Fugognsoc C. t ' sn newKEH MEMBERS IN FACULTY ROBERT L. Piton MEMBERS IN CITY Ilona 0. POTTER II. GEORGE FIELD MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY (Martin and Graduate) Gnotion II. SEHRING Nenian. WILLIAM F. %Arlo: (;lcomor. H. MCARTHUR FREDERICK R. PARKER Juniors ROBERT H. Goortimr ROBERT W. MANS% CHARLES II. MARPOTTE Sophomores DAVID C. FINLEY GORDON R. FIIITCR WILLIAM A. GARRISON Itrshnten DONALD I). EWINI: CARL S. FORSYTHE. JR. BEICHERT A. FRIEL EDMUND E. DAT. Ph. I). FRANK F. VAN TUT. EDWARD D. WARNER THEODORE R. SKINNER JAMES W. WILSON WILLIAM M. QUINN WILLIAM R. THURNAll TIMOTHY C. QUINN ERNEST C. REIT DAVID W. WARD ROBERT C. LAKE DAVID A. PIOSITON JosEnt A. Rymm.I. CHARLES T. Kos): J. ALUXANDKR NKILI. A. JUDSON PECKHAM Pr.CK14.08 TWO. I. RtI4PACICIK11 MOLL CYNIC BURT CV TING ICWINC, rORAYTMK etSwsi. ORION K. DAVIS MIMI V. DAVIS G.01111,0.4 PIXLEY IA.; IS 1.00 11 C.00 Q4MV Air MANIA WARD 7. QVINN I, A I AI ......0N MC Altlielat MC Arint PARKER M. QUINN TIIVIINAV Brant MAREOTTIC at Founded Cniversityof Michigan 1922 3 Active Chapters BETA CHAPTER established Mt ' MEMBERS IN FACULTY Da. THOMAR S. Rage. A.I3., LL.D. 11R. R S. WOLIVER MEMBERS IN CITY Ram C. GREGORY LLOYD CATRON WILLIAM R. DAT, B.S.E. SAMUEL E. GAWSE, FRED M..IIHIECK PAUL HOLMES CHARM% W. Rumor MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY dons J. HARRISON, A.R. Senior. FRANK F. MEEK Juniors ROBERT W. BRADYMILLER JOE PIECARSKI Ggoaog E. Rion. A.R. HARLAN YELLAND. BENJAMIN F. MORTENHON EDWIN C. WHITNEY LEONARD A. SCHEELE. Law W. FERGUSON RALPH P. LAWSON RAYMOND N. PALM CHARLES L. Bonvisc GRAY FARR Sophomores Morro:: C. PEARSON J. GILBERT REID F.D. litmus. Freshmen VINCENT J. ORTMAN GEORGE. M. IITEMKON OSCAR R. SCHROEDER THOMAS E. Stomogn FRED J. PARODY HOILWE K. POWEIW Ir 3 ¶4 d r 4 • VAR% PARODY PURRS DODRINIC ItUDIELL £.00tORDIDI MADISON MUD Etlitta,ON IYIDDION ammo, 11111tOGICR LONDON SRA DTMILLICR 3C1110i1C WORTICCRON DAY DOLMAS MADVA MilOCCX MA GIMODR V•1111,11. Page 3.0 MEMBERS IN FACULTY DANIEL A. McGurn. PH.D. W. FREDERICK PKTERSON. A.M. ARTHUR A. W00% PH.D. Ftdons %so N. MEsram RS. EMOTE H. SOWETO+, R.S. ELTON K. WHIMS:V. A.B. MEMBERS IN ( ' STY MAYNARD A. NEIVTON EDWARD MAKS NDA MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ROBERT BACHER Asovs R. SHANNON. JR. MACKENZIE SHANNON Senion WILLIAM A. CHILIIAN E. STANLEY JOHNSON COIL H. MARTKI.I. JOHN II. CROSBY WAYNE R. Joussos ROBERT L. Prams: Jamie " A. WALLA.% RANTER Waits R. JONES JENNINGS MCBRIDE ALAN .1. ROVARD WILLIAM F. KENNY ALEXANDER RUELLE III Sophomores Simms J. BELL Mattis H. Alveolar EARLS. RICHARDSON WILLARD 11. CLARK ARCHIE L. MCNA•GHTON HAMILTON W. SMITH STEPHEN 11. DUNKS Geoitoe C. Ns:vimrims ( ' UNION F. STIMPISON. JR. Runt C. FITZPATRICK Jon% It. Non% ARTHUR R. STITCRITI. JOHN H. ADAMS WILIJAM II. BELL JAM Mt E. THE00140: E. Kona: Ron ENT L ADO RORKRT E. Inns IlEansate 11. PiTTKIC4ON sTIMPSCIN YI xK W. OOl rialLitm•N MC CORT IHNILS IJOVIs SWIRL cAltreine.m SRUTDC171.10t PANDER KENSY CLARK PT•VERL RICHAROTOW COKE Pitt I SICE•Onz Limo SOCA R D 4444 4C amps )04m. 411.404 TOIL ADAK. • TrnicADN RVICLLIE WARD rKtior 010•SY MARTELL W. TORSION General Fraternities • Founded University of Virginia 186T IW Active Chapters ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER Established 1892 Sigma Par .;IJ ' • • Founded Virginia Military Academy 1869 93 Active Chapters GAMMA NU CHAPTER Rekatt11.104 1902 General Fraternities JOIIN W. BRADSHAW, Pu.D. JACK DCNN JOHN D. MAC PHEMON EARL J. HILLMAN GEORGE W. ROW: GLEN A. CARILLON WILLIAM P. FOSTER CARL J. RAVEL JR. LUTHER BOER MASON S. BAILEY JOHN E. GILISERT SAMVEL H. REEK WILLIAM CORTWE RICHARD S. CONNELIrs Jong D. Kenn FRANCIS S. Lnuv MEMBERS IN FACULTY Lo•nis J. CARL PII.D. HOWARD C. Runs GEORGE S. PETERSON. PH.IL MEMBERS IN CITY WILLIAM WALZ MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY CHARLES H. MCINTYRE. EDWIN R. MrlINACH DONALD J. MCLEAN Seniors HENRY GRATIOT EDWARD F. LOWERY ROBERT W. LAMORKE JULIrs FOCHELON Rain E. Pore Jvnion WILLIAM A. BROWN DCDLET J. SCHOLTEN GORDON PARKA FREDRICK C. WIDMANN DoNALD R. RTALL Sopionore. REVISAL IIANEINR DOUOLVI F. MILLER MALCOLM J. !Irma Freakffiten DONALD W. MACVICAR EDGAR U. RACINE FREDERICK L. MEKNES. FREDERIC R. SIMONSON FREDERIcK A. M00101. JI4. DAVID STONE SALMON MET ER Gangarr WALKER JI,ISE M. NEELY THOMAS TOWNER °AIMS RACINE COMILas Elicit MAC WAR LEANT ..ossooN rowNint. }TONE Imam !may °tut GILISZT 1•301U; MESSES WALESS RANKIN " MILL= RYALL WIDMANN miss OnioLTILN MAWR malty ROM POSITS POolnON POPP LAmOsiot GALLOON LOWEIIT DOLL,: ROD ' S General Fraternities Founded New England Conservatory of Mink 1898 42 Active Chapters EPSILON CHAPTER Estoldiehrd 190g Phi Mu. Alpha GUT MAIER OTTO STAHL EARLE V. MISPEE, A.M. SAMUEL LOCKWOOD LOCI,. C. EARNERS ' , PH.D. JOSEPH MADDT CHARLIDI A. SINK Levi D. WINID4 MALCOLM BORNE. M.U. °urea MeGILuecopir, M.D. WILLIAM BNOMME. A.B. LEBTON S. WHITEHEAD, A.B. GORDON W. PACKER. A.B. CEDRIC F. TRAEGER. A.R. CLARENCE L. BECKER OTTO BROWN Evotxx II. Rossla. FREDERICK B. WATT% HERBERT T. ANDRESS Scros C. DOVER STEWART CHURCHILL JAMES W. COOKSON. Jim. MEMBERS IN FACULTY Almon Loccw000 ANDREW J. WHITMIRE PALMER CHRISTIAN THEODORE HARRISON MEMBERS IN CITY ROBERT A. CAMPBELL GEORGE EARLE, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY WILLIAM HAMAKER, A.B. BORER? A. Coxx, A.B. JOHN B. WATTS, A.R. Seniors ItongET E. FINCH HEKEEKT J. PALMER JOHN H. WHEELER Juniors BOY S. LANOHAM DWIGHT II. LEITIA JON NANKIN IlOwARD W. POE (;ILIIEKT B. SALTONETALL WENDELL I). SMITH MERLE. L. WALKER Resseu. DARLING ROBERT L. CAMPBELL JACK W. CONJOIN DAN HALL Sophomores BolIERT 0. MORGAN J. BD:HARD FURAER Atint SCIILANDERER THEODORE W. SCHOLTI ELIIERT E. TRAIL HARLAN WATERS n RA S WILLIAM 11.:may BONIN.: HAMILTON Freshmen DoxAm MCDoNA ED AHAB SCoVII.I. HARLAND SMITH le A r 1) rt tit W %DM, Plt•CII DOLUNG Da IX,SALD HALL WiA)DAK 0 It R. VOTN SCRLANDIERER R L. CAM•RELL DORGAN SCMOLTi TRAIL LUNKLIN DOVER LANGTIAM Mr. W %Win LEWIN. SARRIN ANDRESS COOEON %Al TONNTAt 2_ RR OMMY WinnDr RI! PACKER IMMURE II AMA Kr WICRZLER • ty , st on r A. CAMPBELL MILCR.tr II PALMERI CHURCHILL Page .;;1 Genera! Fraternities MURRAY SCOTT vr,..41 Founded University of Michigan 1901 33 Active Chapters MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established 1:0).1 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Rusent. W. BUNTING. D.D.S. Ileassite W. EMERSON, B.S.. M.D. RonmerG.RonkEv.A.11..M.A..1 ' s.1). MORTIMER E. COOLEY. ENG•D.3.1..D. CLARENCE T. JORMSTON. C. E. EDWARD STALKER. M.S. FRANCIS D. Corm. PR. D. MARTIN L. Nisatuss. A.11. LENT D. Ursox. Fn. I). FarnRlcx G. NOVT. M.D. M II. II. Anveta. MEMBERS IN CITY Itonna NORM.. W ELBIE L. Justus E. REAL LOYD A. SARGENT Roma GILA SVILLE ROBERT A. CAMPBELL CHARLES A. SINK . DURWARD D. COLE IL T. HAWLEY TAPPING C. HOLLANDs RATE. C. EASTMAN FRED II. STEGATII JOH II. Henn N LINDENRCIIIIITT CARL S. Fox FIWAK D. WISNER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Jong R. ElAltn, A.B. Jon!: W. tin; um. IIs.E. WILLIAM II. STEwART. A.B. W. WILLIAM NORRIS. A.B. MARI-AND IL SMALL. A.B. Etnox J. TEETER Senior.. A. CLYDE BLACKWKLI. J. MoRTIMER FISHER llottoi.a C. Renown W. KEITH FRIEND W. IIIEIISEKT RIERif CHARLYA C. ItORWELL J. RAYMOND DURRELL I.Unwto Roue CiAnuses: A. Illesexwes Juniors H. Itzx GREEN THOMAS M. HERMAN • F. Erozsz JACKSON ERIC JOKI GEORGE JOHNSON Sophomores FENIMORE E. Ds vim A NTH E. ScH HoED1011 Fresh men C. IL WIII0L40.1EW EENNKTII G. KINSMAN liesscru M. LLovo ELWOOD LITTLE RUSSELL II. MOORE JAMES F. MORROW VIRAL D. TAYLOR MICVSOLDs LITTLE RIX SY MORROW BARTHOLOMEW DAVIS ILLS:FOE MOORS DUNWYLL GREEN ILL Lion SCOTT HERMAN 110sIVKLL IIIROILWW110 FRIEND M1At KWILLI. RHIN LLOYD TAYLOR FISHER OKI ftraiow:it:451fWW)Wittlim 1 (;enrol Fraternities • Founded Univers:IV of Michigan I Active Chapter Established 1904 S. LAD DiuxLow. PH.D. JAmEs F. DOTER. A.B. EDWARD MACRAE. A.B. R. LLMLIE AsEREN II it HARD S. `A Ktiett FREDKRICK G. HAVDCHARD ROBERT M. GRUNOW CLARENcE R. YLIET (IIARLt$ A. AsEREN CHARLES C. DIEVIG EVERETT L. PHELPS MEMBERS IN FACULTY Armin LocHw000 Hamm G. WATKINS. A.B. MEMBERS IN CITY STANIORD N. PHELPS MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Roy II. ( ' ALLAHAN. A.B. Seniors GERALD J. LAWSON WILLIAM W. WEI:ZELL. JR. Juniors THOMAS M. COCRTIA CHA HUD J. Joex Sophomores NORMAN J. DANIELs R. CARPENTER HEWITT HENRY B. SCHACHT WALTER 11. WILLIAM 0. II0AD. B.S. Aoomox I). Common. A.D. Ewe B. MERRY. A.B. CHARM.. II. PHARE TOM I.. YATES WiLuAM II. DENIER DONALD A. ROCK .10RN E. WialaTER WILLIAM R. DOCOALL HENRY J. MERRY ROBERT W. TcHNEN Fresh wen JOHN IL DENLER IRA 1. GRINNELL JAMES C. MACORMACE DEHLCIt GIHNX12.1. DANIELS MACOIWACK DOUGALL 71,10HCK uniA(141 rHICIAT C. AACHEN HKVINT1 COURSES WHIM= KOCH • WM.HARD JOSS MAIM N.IRT VAT WKSZILL LAMION HS SKR W. WOO N• l ' sge .1C General Fraternities a Founded University of Pennsylvania 1850 35 Active Chapters ALPHA OMICRON CHAPTER Established 1903 Jons R. Hussy IIRRBERT A. KRNYON W. E. BROWN R. 0. BOSISTEHL WAYNE 6. COW ELL E. IL CRESS !Darn J. JACKSON DONAVON M. BROWN ARTHUR 0. DOHERR WILLIAM M. COOPER RUNNEL C. GALBRAITH BARRY R. Btu:News J. PAIWRR CRANTORD ALIWKD G. Dims. BURR ALLEN LAURIN. G. BLUR SAM II. DILI. LIJO DRAVNLING MEMBEII, ' IS VAC Cutts V. LA EGETON MEMBERS IN CITY RAYMOND HUTZKL CECIL W. LEPARO HAROLD J. LEPARD CARL J. RASH MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JAW)) F. MILLER. JR. Seniors CHARLINA S. IINATH Curros M. SPALDING. JR. Juniors HAYES T. MEYERS ARNO K. MILIAN BENJAMIN A. PATCH, JAI. Sophomores Gtosos H. Hons. JR. WILLIAM A. FELLows Freshmen GEORGE HERB EasrAt Hun RALPH HARDY RORNRY C. LABOUR JAMES MCKINLEY A. Mr I... rn IA ELMIM I). MITCHELL ItEbeti E. Itson BRADLEY L. THOMPSON PETElt J. TAN IIOYEN BRADFORD A. WRITE GARLAND I). TAIT LOY M. SUTHERLAND FRANCIS R. Wovrovv. Is. FREDERICK A. TORPID. FRANK C. WATTERA, JR. GUARD.: A. Kwissii. JR. HAROLD L. KNAPP DONALD E. STRAYER DAVID MADILL OSCAR PINGAINSON ALLEN PRITZKI. WILLIAM RICH AHD% PIII1SRL KAM ALMS YROOMAN MC KINLICY LA RORK RICHARD] MLA HARDY DURKIN ' S.% DREW CRAWFORD IDIOM% MADILL HAMM %%APR STRATI WATTPWS lORML PAI(11 MOM DAMMAM, MILNIZER WILLOW% COMM JACKSON FIL RIMILAND WALDIN4 DROWN woworr GOHIBut Founded Yale University 11115 29 Active Chapters THETA CHAPTER Established 1908 General Fraternities ct W. Atia.ce, LL.D. I.. NI. BRICKER. B.S. JOHN W. CONIAN NIF:IIIIERS IN FACULTY Mannar F. Goomucm, A.B.. I.L.D. A. F. Sacra.. Pn.D. FREDERICK B. WAHL PH.D. MEMBERS IN CITY BENJAMIN G. OOSTERRAAN Alpha SiRma Phi MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY (Inaetire and Graduate Students) THOMAS L. CONLON ARTHUR L. RICHARDSON RICHARD T. SAVAOK FILLMORE S. CURRY FRANCIS B. Homy BRUCE W. STOCKING WILLIAM H. Lowe STEVEN S. SANDEISON JAMES A. VICKERY Gamine W. On CHARLES G. STIENECKER Seniors JAMES R. DUFFIELD. JR. JOHN A . IIAPEE JOHN E. NIchmar. JR. GEORGE J. RENNER. IV JOHN R. GILMARTIN ARTHMI L. MCDONALD JOSEPH A. POMEHOY THEODORE C. Wvenrci. RICHARD M. CHAPMAN JOSEPH S. CONLIN Juniors JONATHON C. HARM RAY M. HOVEIACII WILLARD E. lawny Sophomores SETH T. MATES WILLIAM II. MOULTON JERROLD W. CURRY HENRY J. GILMARTIN DALE C. MERRINO JOHN W. WADLEY DOUGLAS L. EDWARDS RICHARD H. JUNG FRANK B. MOODIE Freshmen HARRY S. BENJAMIN JAMES E. GARNER THommi G. ROACH GUSTAV W. SWANSON JOHN A. C L DOUGLAS P. IIAMMIAL THORVALD C. SORENSEN SYLVESTER SHEA JOHN M. Benumb WILLIAM M. HESTON JAMES A. SALISBURY FRANK K. WHHER 7 51 4 11 :t, tir 1 3 PSS)AMIN CAMPIIELL IIWANNON AALINMLIIV IMITYZELD IIAMMIAL COST ' S Juno MOODIR VRACLXV CURRY •RAW11 MANI ' S% LOWRY NOYCLICII ILANIM:CM MOUTON ' CHAPMAN NTITNYXIKEK MC ISIMIlt MC DoNALD OUP TIMID 4I1.YAR1IN HANK IliNNtlt Pa9e $5 General Fraternities Founded Jewish Theological Seminary 1898 33 Active Chapters Pill CHAPTER Rota tided 1911 GUSTAVE WEINTELD WILLIAM WIENER Joseph ConEx. A.B.. M.A. Nis:Nick KRA A.II. MEMBERS IN FACULTY 1. 1.r.o Sum-use. A.B.. LL.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ADOLPH B. LOVEMAN. KARL SICHERMAN. A.B. JOHN B. LOWNNATINI: ARNOLD B. BECKER WILLIAM U. BERGER RICHARD F. FECHHEIMEN EDWARD L. ETROTIOION Leo II. FRIESERGER BONERT S. AMIIEKG STANLEY D. FLNIsCHAKER Seniors BicilARD A. METER J union .10REPII F. HAAS ellARLYA R. KALTIMAN Sophomores BENJAMIN S. CEIIRON SAMUEL H. BARRIE. JR. MERDERT I.. BART Freshmen CHARLDI FRONT MARVIN S. KODAcKER MAURICE R. LOWENNTINg, JACQUIM L. WIENER FIER( BOSENSIMG WILLIAM L. SCHLOSS GEORGE A. SPATER RICHARD J. LtviNORTON JEROME Sri WEL [ ' EATER ORNRTEEN JOSEPH R. ItrwinCu Itty...,111KRG MARRIA IlYteeralSOS INC..... 0 " : MERGER SPAT KR SCHLOSS FROUIZIMIR MA KALTMAN IVIIIIMIERGYR W. WRINKR 3. LOWZNYTINZ )4111101 I. WITOISR MCKIM KORACH IRON, OR NATIIIN AWRZIO. RUW TCH FLRIKNAKRR M. lAWAENRIIKR MART KOMACKIER • General Fraternities Founded Richmond College 1912 53 Active Chapters MICHIGAN ALPHA CHAPTER Established Me HOBERT K. BROWN. D.D.S. MEMBERS IN FACULTY FRANKLIN C. CAPPON. A.B. MEMBERS IN CITY BEI SHOED E. BILL DoggAo B. 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WHITRIT WIHNHA. LOGAS 101RAXIL LYLK flILLIVAN RUNS DAHL GOMM, 11PHIMACH NAYLOR AM St( PATCH HIRT DIM.X11 SRADIXO WAIMLAN THIELMAM PINERY Hoy MAX TROPES HACK EURO 4 e -...L..144nc‘%?0 General l ' raternities • Founded Boston University 1909 76 Active Chapters SIGMA CHAPTER Established 1913 MEMBERS IN FACULTY JACK L. Bane. A.B. II. I. CAVEKLY, B.S. WILLIAM G. SMEATON. A.B. FLOYD N. CALHOON, B.S. Nino:: I). CHAPIN, N.D. Currono Pu.D. RUEL V. CIWSCHILL MEMBERS IN CITY PAUL GIBSON WILLIAM E. UNDERDOWN PAUL C. SAMAR% MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Louts IItaHRINORIL A.B. HypoLen I. Clam A.B. Lotus F. Kxourr, A.B. C. Waxx BROWNELL A.B. RORER? E. FARMER. A.B. Joux B. SCROKNyELD, A.B. BENTON E. GATIN. A.B. Seniors NANDO F. HAASE FREDERICK G. Matz IIARRY R. RUSSELL GERALD S. SWERIEWEDER PAUL F. JERNEGAX ROSERY V. REED Comm H. SZILHEIMER Isniers ROBERT ARTHUR. JR. RICHARD S. COLE LAWRENCE W. PRAKKEN WILLIAM C. REYNOLDS FRED C. BACCEHAM GROROX E. MATYCH L. MILTON Parscorr CHARLES J. AMUCK JOHN W. 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IIACKENSERO HAROLD LINDSAY Tom MOULE SAMUEL G. WELLMAN II 5 A. vi I vie I ;I CM SKR RURIfL TULLOCE NM ' S:ENMIRA. It %TAMALE MOULE PILL MCC WELLMAN LI SO•AV • •T ANGIER WI,VIRLD (MM.:ILL 11 VIC111 COOPER TOOLI,ON WHEIVAIICHT VOEVITHE IRINWEITIER JAMISON SAL DWIN IDMAN MARL, ]WIPAY DALY LO•iLLL COM MC LELLAN DOANE VIIIIKE " . BMOC: HART MT USX SHAVER MC COY DONMA• 4 RANIOR 0 DAILEY WILLARD 1000.3114AN WILCOX Founded Columbia 1909 19 Active Chapter. ETA CHAPTER Established 1915 NIF:NIBERS IN UNIVERSITY MILTON S. GOLDHAMER ALEXANDER Ronn°, .‘LHERT W. BERNSTEIN KOHERT J. Grostilat MANNIE J. MOUNIIIIT MAERICE J. LAZAR BERNARD BERNsitts Inattea II. CoorEn Jttomt: GOLDMAN 11F:tankm J. W .4 1.7 VII :tertian Ewa SUKL IIICLPICXIS GABEL Jointing Juniors Itr.RNAtto L. RONNIE? Sophomores GILBERT Z. GREENBERG ARTHUR G. KERNER IRWIN A. KV.WMAN KELMON EITEKLE Freshmen C atm IdwthE !avow A. Item ' 110:0111 KAHN II %HOLD S. NI ARE% KENNARD I.. EOTTENRERG BARNET SCHAVEER MARSHALL S. SCHUTZ HAROLD E. WEIL MAX B. WEIL EMANUEL SHERAS LAWN mina! TOIELTZ ISV1NX GoLIGIAN NZWNAM GRIONSIOIG KERNER IIWINSTEIT $O11.11 NIL COOPER nil 1101.1ARICY ROTTIOCIIERG CHAPTER ROIIIIINS KAHN MARX. C.V.H.NER JOAO% LAZAR IlltletslEIS HELPING. VenSAW 04 tf oat it I •11 " Page 160 General Fraternities Founded University of Michigan 1907 I Active Chapter HERMITAGE CHAPTER Established lot; Rau " %V. Mokr.k. LL.D. Loris M. Gnat B.S. E0RENT H. CHAPMAN II. Easiat MANE S. ANDNEWN RICHARD W. HEREELKT DONALD W. BOYLAN ISEPATIER E. CARY COMMA. Ditrri.t: HOBERT W. ACKERMAN WILIJAm W. Huta:. (;LAswoN COOMHE IPONALD IITREN MEMBERS IN FACULTY H OT W. COWDEN. A.M. ALEXANDER G. HrtlIVEX, Pn.D. MEMBERS IN CITY Goiania M. DINOTSON G. FRANKLIN EARLE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY (headier and Graduate Stands) DAVID C. EIMNALL. A.B. Seniors HAROLD A. JAIME THOMAS M. 1.min: Junior. WILLIAM E. EANRELL LELAND B. HILL EDWARD L. JOHNSON N EIL F. MACDOUGALL ROBERT E. Ossonag Sophomores K A. C. HEITMAN HOWARD A. JOHNSON DONALD E. Freshmen WILUAM PAGE Arrant Senator HERIIIERT C. SADLER. Se.D.. LLD. LAWRENcE PREWAR. A.B. HENDEE M. SHAW MELVIN E. Om A.B. CHAIIIJM W. NEATIMAIL JR. ERNEAT W. Pewit ROBERT B. SHAPER ALTOS B. SMELTS DI I.EVERNE II. TATI.011 EARL F. HORDEL THURSTON E. Vuocio ROBERT SIMPSON CAR VANWAGNER PACK 0001.1 INK UPI , WACNIER . OHNSON POSSE RRICCI ULRICH N OIKTIJC CARY BOYLAN RIERKKL•V TAYLOR MILL JAKSIN ANORRW.. NKCWMAN IAVAR ORP. General Fraternities • ARNO L. BADER. M.A. JAMIE. II. Ctanti.. B.S.. C.E. DR. JOSHUA E. Bacon Hume W. LYONS Founded Norwich University 1856 41 Active Chapters .NLPIIA GAMMA CHAPTER Etta liaised 1919 THETA CHI MEMBERS IN FACULTY Laos.% G. CROCKER, M.A. JOHN II. Dzaattorr. A.B. IIARoLD J. MACFAHLAN, B.S.. C.E. MEMBERS IN CITY D. STA.:RUM NIr.Lvtt.u: B. STOUT, NI.S..E.E. CHAS. II. , IIENHERT II. TWINING ALIIERT P. WAGNER P. J. ANDERSON. A.B. D. W. Arra. A.B. KENNETH I.. BLACK MARSHALL. II. BODICE CLARE F. CARTER JOHN M. GAMBLE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MELVIN A. CILL, Seniors STUART A. GREEN CARL W. NIA? Jous L. Iuvcso DANA W. NORTON KENNETH C. MARANTETTE WILLIAM B. PALLIIII DAVID REEL, JR.. A.B. Mst.tx 6. S A.B. WILLIAM A. C. Bettina: RICHARD S. SPINDLE THOMAS Y. WATSON CHARLIDI E. WILLIAM 1 WALTER B. CREDO WALLACE H. Davis PAUL M. 1)K I...XEROX,: KEITH F. Flamm: Dr RAYMOND F. BROWN RAYMOND BUNSHAW FREDERICK 11. FAUST Juniors CHARLES B. DIDOILM JOHN F. JOHNSoN FRANK W. W•LACTIS DUDLEY C. FOAM ' S ' GEORGE W. JOHNSON RoHERY P. WALKER ' AWN F. GARRARD BRUCE PARSONS THOMAS A. WARTHIN Sophomores NATI ..• . I.. FIELD Ktxxcut MscLassam C. JACK WHEELER Lswarser NI. GOODSPEED IIAROLD B. PALMER Josarn 6. WILI4oN WILIJAM II. HARRIS THURMAN M. ROGERS LEONARD S. WHAOS Iltsar A. BERGSTROM ROLAND W. CLARK DALE DEIVorr Freshmen Fat NI: 1.AMBEWION WILLIAM NIMIR11.1. J ASk I.Al 01INER MURRAT W. NIORMER IIARCOURT S. PATTERst I N. Romt:ftrsos 6. Tows:at:Nu Kr.Nxrrtt L. TOWNSEND DE WM MOSMIR MERRILL TOWNMINU TATTER...on lesitOsTKOm ISItOwN kOntaut wiLICELER J. WILSON FAUST JUDD RAMER LANJOSPEER R. ELIAWS DAVIS GARRARD LINGO ROWAN IMRINNTI L. WII-RON MAC LERMAN DR LA VIIRGNX WARININ WU LIAM% IRVING NORTON MAIIANTETTE WALKS,. WALAITIS CHRISM GRIMY NISI CARTER IILACC WAN WANTON SPINDLE W. RALIDA General Fraternititx • Founded University of Rochester 1911 17 Active Chapters MU CHAPTER Established 1919 STANLEY L. GLAZER. E.E. JOE NATHAN, JR., A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY SYLVAN RAPAPORT, A.B. SYLVAN S. ROSENBAUM, A.B. JOSEPH M. WEILS, JR.. A.B. HBu rot A. EDWARD BATUK DAVID L. HOLZMAN Pentar M. II.AI ' M BENJAMIN M. MANSON T. KLEE BACHENDEIMER ANTRIM J. BERNSTEIN MARTIN J. FLEISHMAN ANnIER L. CoULSON JOSEPH DAVIDSON WILLIAM K. HARRIS SHIRLEY Ihnsnettno Seniors Eosin D. LASKIN. Juniors PHILIP S, RORENDERO Sophomores nrroR J. KIRSCHNER ARE KRUIRR Brno% F. Novrnocv Freshmen IILL W. LEVY SIDNEY P. LIPSCHITA DAVID E. MARKS ALDERT I.. SC11RADSKI HAROLD T. R A. SIDNEY SIMON PHILIP S. STERN RICHARD WIENER MILTON J. ROSENTHAL HAROLD SEDER DOLPH P. STEINBERG LAWRENCE WISE HERBERT SILICA!: SIDNEY S. SIMON WALTER F. STERN KI KkAMC %ILYA,: foCHRADZKI HARM, f.1511101 • ODULION IIMON %1St LOULD SAC HVOICILMEN It IRCHNIC• MIMIC NOV P. IITIOIN ITMLY IIM.1.1 LKVY PLIIIMOIAN 11 11ORTZIN 11.0010X RAPAPOliT VanNlia KOSESINAL POSISS011. NATO, V: ICOSZSILAYM ...04.DN WA= larntinc 110t.tMAY Wit; 1 • A t -4: GOD It a- MARTIN (MAMORU NTSC •41111.LA PROVSIL %ARUM %MTN ANISTROM TIMM " tOCITRAN MC KAY THINKS MCKIM RORINVON ANNA%13 CHILD% MACE THACIIRR MACUT SLACK SSASVRY RAM. SNYLTIIR WARM ' MallOt% CLIMMOX% CROL ' II MEMBERS IN FACULTY ARTHUR TANDVIINN. A.M. MEMBERS IN CITY L. WALLACE HOTTMAN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY WALDO HILDEBRAND. A.B. DAVID PERROT. A.B. J. Mower RICK Seniors JACK HACKETT EDWARD LINE MELVIN ROVIISSON Junior. WM. MACK ROSCOE MARTIN VLAMINCK E. Mywrgoo Sophomore. Grtoxog HTNE JOHN S4WILIA Freshmen H AROLD PA LIS W. M. Brno Curios DAT WM. CARL ROWER. A.R. RICHARD Dona A.B. WM. EMERY WALTER GREEN, A.B. JACK ANNAND THERON CHILDS. JR. 1)Aitogi.k D. DOWDIER CHARMS. GRACE Age An taTKOM LAWRENCE CLIMIMONM STANLEY COCHRAN LAWRENCE LINK EENNETH CRAMMED WILIJAM CROUCH MAX RACER RA I.P11 BLACK PRANK PAINTER. JR. ALBERT J. PARKER CLAUDE SNARES. A.B. BERNARD WATSON. A.B. J. WeakEy WELLS DONAU WILIJAMR ROBERT SHIRLEY C. C. STEIN OM THACKER EDWARD RICK DONALD MCKAY HAROLD MYRON Lnygn SA ROENT HANSEN SMITH AL110:0 STEINKE ( ' LIEVORD TANPELT JOHN SEIHURT RORERT SNYDER Founded College of City of New York 1899 .18 Active Ch.pten ALPHA THETA CHAPTER Established 1910 General Fraternities General Fraterndies Enwann ELIEZER MILTON SOROFIC Freshmen SIDNEY ' INURE JACK SCHWARTZ NORMAN liummi Founded Columbia University 1912 26 Active Chapters OMICRON CHAPTER Enablished 19ZI MARTIN AVERROOK. A.B. METER COHEN. A.B. BERTRAM PORN IRVING GOLDSTEIN RALTII GORE Invuxo .trinnour MAURICE BOOM° BENJAMIN FINIIMAN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Ions GOLDEN, A.B. Benson MARKS. A.B. Senior. 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O ' NEIL Freshmen CHARLES R. SPROWL STEWART SI. WHITE HENRY E. SHAW HARVEY U. TALCOTT WAL1Ttk M. TREVOR CHARLET% A. RENICK ROBERT C. RIDE Rattan!. R. Oarnaciarn Jostrn R. ROYSTON Jon,: 6. Sitersot JOSEPH A. Wts.vinc DODD VC.IL %AWVfl IlOWTON CALLAHAN MILLX.NZII %On • 21%.1. 011,3,411111 3 ' PROWL TSMONI CATO LoOLTION 111ILNItif 11 POI. ND 7 ALOYI7 CCO?RXY )(MIA WAW n ir. In V MIK a •1•ROW1 WHC1131 11•1301C. PrCrON DANISH General • Founded University of Virginia 1868 72 Active Chapters BETA TAU CHAPTER Established 192? RALPH BELKNAP, M.S. NEWTON S. BISIMENT, M.A. HUDSON MORTON MEMBERS IN FACULTY CMG. FORTUNE. M.D. LAURENCE M. GOULD, F.D. MEMBERS IN CITY DANIEL MORTON Rvaarra. C. Ilrasay. P.1). I). MAYNARD Psimett, M.B.A. BENJAMIN RARRDEL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY LAWRENCE CMOIT, A.B. Josarn Pogrox Hogan E. DUNLAP. A.B. EVANS S. MARLING, B.S. ROWLAND A. EGGER. M.A. Ronan Bony. A.R. Banat T. STARR, A.B. HAROLD LOVELL Seniors ROBERT M. BOSSERMAN M. SC.:LEDER GRIEVING HERBERT S. 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GRIMING RIPLIT RORSUjIAN General Fraternities Founded University of Michigan 1922 3 Active Chapters BETA CHAPTER Established 1922 NIENIIIF.IIS IN FACULTY Cintxcic F. Knasmen. M.S.E. It A I.PU NEInON NIII.TON .1. DRAKE EMII. FREDERICK HENRY E. W. Junv WARNE DAVIS J. ORVILLE JACKSON ERWIN J. BENZ MEMBERS IN CITY LAWRENCE HALL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY WILLIAM RODOERS. A.B. Seniors MILTON MCCREERT MILI.ARD SAXTON Juniors JOHN Q. LANGER FRANKLIN K. QUAL.: Jog RATER SMITH Sophomore. ROBERT A. MARTINO JAMES A. SPENCER JOHN WELLMAN. A.B. EVERETT E. lAWRICRO JOSEPH S. SCHERMAVK F. LEO WEST DAVID L. SCNDELL WALDRON W. TEMPLEMATII NEIL E. WARREN CHIMER BIELIIY C. MOC MN DAVIS Freshmen VIRGIL D. Illmna " .: RICHARD E. HAIR ROBERT R. MILLER Ti fi r n 4 a . r, " t . . . • ‘3.11111 KEN M. E. Ion. SUNDELL DCALE MAR ' IS..LAN...EN IM SC LORI SIEWMACE GRIIDERICE DRAKE IVRY WEST NAXIDN MC CRUET WARMLY ORM. DAVIS R. R. MILLER SPENCER ricstrunasva ICADLOCE NEL V HAIR Juniors MILTON L. 601.1 DTEIN JEROME B. JACKIMIN WILLIAM S. KAPLAN HAROLD I.. Nava. Alma L. SINGER THEODORE. S. WILK SOJAOMOICS SEYMOUR S. LOWEN MADRICE SCHILLER IITVAN SILVERMAN LEONARD WEINER NoPlias I. 11010:1 Freshmen CLEMENT ZIPPERATEIN Senior. Lawnaact L. BURGER Darn, N. Cohn DONALD LAVINE MILTON G. COHN JACK EL ADORN BERNARD B. FRIEDLAND MILTON HARRY GAMIER IIARVET BAUM • Founded The City Colley of New York 1910 16 Active Chapters NC CHAPTER Established Me General Fraternities MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY BERNARD W. ROSENBERG, A.B. Ltarratt:S. Salm. A.B. GOLDSTEIN WNW.. 80651 AR SINGER rEIRDEAND ELIAVOIIN LOAN WILE ROIENIELTC PANAMA.: LAVOIE MOM GOLD MADE KAPLAN lACKNON NAIAD SCHILLER NILVERMAN LOME : 1•1111111SIFIN Par SW General Fraternities Founded Middlebury College 1905 II Active Chapters MU CHAPTER Established late MEMBERS IN FACULTY Put D. M.S.F. GEORGE II. Gums A.B. THE°. L. TROST, A.M. BENJAMIN DLGRAVV, A.R. RALPH R. JOHNSON. A.M. NEIL H. WILLIAMS, PH.D. Loris NI. En u, PH. D. WALTER E. LAY. WALE. HARRY I.. ZUCII, B.S. (ME) MEMBERS IN CITY STANLEY F. TUCK. B.S. (Awn.) MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY (inactive and CradNak) CHARLIft J. CLARK, A.B. LEIGHTON 0. SHANTZ, A.B. E. MILTON STAUN, A.B. EARL KLNINSCHIIIDT, M.S. STANLEY M. STUNK% A.N. JOHN D. TODD, A.B. FRITCHOY T. SALLNYKS. A.B. JOSEPH SHIPMAN GEonor. B. AHN. De. FUNDERIC J. DEWITT. JR. JA1101 C. JOREN JA1024 U. PIPER MALLET L. CANYIELD PAM FMANANTII E. WHITNNY MANNINO LORIMRR C. SPOOR BE RNARD M. CAIN J. SAMUEL HAMEL VINCENT I.. FETICH ION ' bonier DWIGHT F. ACKLEY JOSEPH E. llowELL D. GRANT MICKLN FRANCIS E. WHEELER PHILIP B. ALLEN MORRIS G. JOHNSON ROLLAND D. SEvotity DONALD H. WILLIAMS WILLIAM H. BOLEN ' RORER. ' M. I....CRP:N 0N IVAN J. W.ANLISs• Anima W. WRIGHT FRED J. ROSTRUM WIIJJAM E. BADGER KENNETH C. BENTON J. PAUL Taxon Sophomore KEITH B. HACKETT RALPH S. Lass THOMAS W. MURRAY 1.114140N H. ScinstasEE Freshmen MURRAY A. WRIGHT WARREN R. ROCKEYW.I.LER SAMUEL W. GLASS Jan S. Song BADGER LANDAZ littOus IlAtiall GUNN KM ICOSLLAR N. WRIGHT ...HAMM= A. WEIGHT MIMS WILLIAMS WHIMS SULKY Ncs11004 HOWILL MYERS PRTILROON MANNING CANCIICLO ACCLKY ALLILN IS WITT nano GRZOIR TUCK STAINES !Rol 10•10. CAIN A josvwc. LAY LAVESNEON Pint ITANSCIII AMOR NI jolO.NoN ANN NAmat Page General Fraternities Founded Wesleyan University 1899 14 Active Chapters GAMMA BETA CHAPTER Established 1942 Hallow A. On Mitacs E. BEARER GEOIWIC F. CHASE. DORAN A. BARNUM, U.S., C.E. CLTDE. R. BUTLER. A.B. JASIP24 1.. CLELO WAYNE DEWEY ORMUND J. DRAKE HARRY E. CAMPBELL ARTHUR K. DARBAKER KENNETH BRADY Alarms ST. GEORGE Gaonar. T. (;RIGOR JAMES W. IIARRIA NIENIBEILS IN FACULTY BERKE SnAMTEL, S.J.D. ROBERT II. SHERLOCK, B.S. MEMBERS IN CITY RAY E. COLLINS MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY GORDON M. CHAMBERS. LLD. HAROLD W. DCDLEY. LL.D. Meta W. KIMBALL Seniors Maim W. HAMMEN WILUAM E. Ntssan Juniors Ressat. P. HOBART CARL S. MILLER Sophomores EDWARD M. HERPOLSHEIMER Freshmen JOHN S. Kurraxamt GARY NIVIPLY amt.:Nen D. THORPE, PILD I.ORINO F. OEMIND LILHUEN 1. WOODWORTH ARTHUR P. PAPEE LIMTER M. PHI MIN AUSTIN J. PADDOCK RICHARD E. PALMER Itcsan.O. Ssenranr .1. WILFRED ONWIG WILIJAM D. ECTII KIM LAWRENCE C. HOBART " ILLIAM A. POST ALFRED PALMER WILUAM A. SEELY It .a.k, 3 . • 1 I 1 1_ 1 SUPPLY CUPPINGER ST. GEORGE LILY A. PALMER GRIGGS L. ROSARY R. ROSARY await READY POST CAMPBELL %Mitt: 11.11RPOLOMMIZR HASEINC CUM) DARRAS:KR DEWEY DRAKE MILLER IIMER 0551, PAPER ICWIELT SARNI:PI VMS.% R. PALMER SKERLOCE DUDLEY CHARMERS PADDOCE General Fraternities Founded Miami University 1906 35 Active Chapters TM ' CHAPTER Established 19U MEMBERS IN FACULTY MATT MANN ANEL MARIN FRANK A. MILIEU: M KMBEBS IN CITY LAVERN HYDE NEIN MARIN NIEMISERS IN UNIVERSITY GRORGE E. BALDWIN ALFRED H. GOLDEN DONALD A. MacRan Lawns M. EmrsoN HENRY HELLER Navas H. Ron DONOYON ERICKSON MIMS J. LOWTHER HOWARD TAYLOR STUCII Roam GEORGE. SAMUEL J. lalmat DAVID C. VOKION Seniors KNNNErn M. ALLAN EDWARD T. IIma RICHARD F. LANOELL GLENN K. COPELAND Wu. L. Homan ' , ROLAND R. NETTE DONALD B. FLEEING Rosin J. HUTTON JAMBI F. INKIER Juniors HOWARD II. BOYS CLARENCE M. ELLICOCE W. HOWARD ST.:WART GEOROK S. BRADLEY MARSDEN R. HUBBARD Low M. ST1E01001111 Haan H. COLL JOHN H. Insim HERBE RT F. TRAPP DEAN N. Comma WILLIAM F. KEMIT EDWARD WARNER Sophomores BERNARD E. lawn: HENRY W. SCHMIDT ROBERT W. SCOVILLE FRANK A. RONAN WILLIAM VICARY FresAmen VAGN 11. CHRISTKNSEN CLYDE J. DAVIE GIRARD P. Hiram ROBERT D. CRAWFORD J. E. DONALD HARM Lone F. SHUMANSEI HARRY B. CULVER J. Cuu.ns KRXERDY JAMES 11. Slocum,: 11010MT 11. Cr MEN EDWARD C. WORDEN I 1 It 1 1 I 1 LT 1 1 v - 7 1 I 1 a NAME ErMADY wOODIDI RKEITTS N. COLT= MELTON alUNIANAKI E. CVLIER KIM= LARSON VICARY RONAN LANCIII.L myna IICOTILLE ELLICoct mu ninTART SEDUM IRENG CDROM MERV NOn. IIIMSAIM TRAPS HELLER eALDwIN WHIM GEORGE ALLAN LUNESS ITINCHCOME WARNER FLEMING GOLDEN lonToN cornAND NOCETTAD MAINE maw %IC(H llos if 71 MEMBERS IN CITY Tommie H. Maya. A.B. Itausam, Gams BERNARD L. 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Seniors STANLET FRIEDMAN MORTON KAUFMAN MAURICE ROBINSON General Fraternities Founded College of City of New York 1909 31 Active Chapters SIGMA IOTA CHAPTER Established 19,3 p it a Tr it ) J IMiOf Laos Eicual. SAMUEL HANAUER Sophomores MILTON KLWANS STANLEY LEVY Ella A. MILLER HAROLD KILL fresh men EDMUND FISIIKIN RICHARD II. Koch [ALTER MAT Jr.ass S. Rite Jougru R000m ERVIN SCHEER AL KIJUS SEGALL WILFRED WEINSTOCK ARNOLD J. SEIDMAN Iavten II. Warrsia. GABRIEL ALEXANDER MILLARD B. DErrarn DONALD J. FEELER SAMUEL D. GOLIMERG JOSEPH KATE JULIAN R. EARIT DWI NO COLEMAN ACE A. IAGALL DIMINC A ICLIVANA NAINETOCK GOLD YEE LEVY MILLER. !CAA ALINANDIA IMAAIAR KICKY MAXMAN DONNILNEIL.0 FRARER TANEN EOM ROSINROX R. CALL KOLLNELVM CORN MITT FRIEDMAN CARL STRINEARTIL • CAKIN SEIDMAN COLEMAN KOCH KATZ AGNIALL MAY WAIT ROGVAL NILE Pope 365 General Fraternitin Founded University of Syracuse 1912 18 Active Chapters OMICRON CHAPTER Established VIM ALPHA PHI DELTA Stamm. R. DIFitaacceco. A.B. ALratto Bitammuccz FRANK 6. GLOUIRONK JAMES ALTERIZIY. MARTIN E. ANIMUS() ANTHONY (7KNTANNI MEMBERS IN FACULTY ANTON NAPOLI, A.B., M.A. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY FRANK 11. GRANITO, A.B. HUMBERT A. Itsmy, B.S. Seniors ANTHONY F. PACKLLA Juniors ANTHONY J. CIPRIANO FRANK E. JEANNETTE. CHARLES D. SIMANO, B.S. Anovss R. Ron Demme F.. Scu.o ANTHONY J. LAROCCO EMIL J. Launarrt SAXDRON S. PARENT! Sophomores JOHN A. CHERRY Freshmen EDWARD C1OCCA CHARLES DI FRANCESCO RAYON CI TA C. DI ITANCKWO MANNUlt AMOCO CIPRIANO ZITO cumin NAPOLI LAV1•771 ANGICLINO PALMERI LA WEND GIAMSROM GRANITO •CLIO RIMARDUCCI ROT II DI VRANCITICO PACIRLA General Founolcil Brown University 1888 21 Active Chapter NI ' CHAPTER Edaldisked 1921 Grotto,: Bent: PRANK 1. Dana: MEMBERS IN CITY MARTIN J. CAVANAUGH EDWARD F. CONLI N MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY (Inartire and Grady. Students) PIIEDICRICK J. WIEcHERN. Gvancosi R. CITY. ni.o: PHILLIP M. CRANE Latin R. Eingsvinot:14 PATRICK E. McCsrontr, JR. FRANCIS M. 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HARRIS. A.B. EDIVARD R. GREENSPAN. B.S. Seniors Doxn LIS NIARCES Juniors ALVIN It. KATZ RICHARD S. QUINT SIGMUND RAAB Sophomores 1.smsmas S. FRIEDMAN JACK T. GOLDSMITH Ilminiurr E. GROOSHERG Freshmen STANLEY FLEISCHER BENJAMIN ROMENHERE Tnuormum It i•t %).1...%.N1.. M.D. Euansti A. WEINBERG. A.B. Granny REACH). AN Bun W. SILVERBERG RUBEN R. ZIMET DONALD J. IA V-1111.11.11 Annul,: NI !AOC STEN% G. Luoset. WILLENS I.Y I 1. 1... HER RtSCE: Wilt ..,. PRIKOSEAS 111 I .1.5 1 1 SPIV " . L0.011E10 .LANNEY GROWIERt. i.olAPAI:111 MET $0.7., OMAN QUINT ELVNIENCTEIN BAAS f.lEtICR7 WEINMAN. GREENSPAN HARRIS 04171110141 MARL t. " ItERIMAN Page 368 General Fraternities Founded v of California 1911 h Active Cliaptera ZETA CHAPTER Established Auxoto E. RAN WEE. A.B. How IL KANTER. PH.D. MEMBERS IN FACULTY RUSSELL A. FISHER. A.B. RICHARD L. Immocost.11›.E. MEMBERS IN CITY How mat Y. McCursKy. PH.D. FRANCIS M. VREELAND, M.A. GEORGE I,. MILLER LEWIS C. HEIMANN Gemtax G. Aunt% A.B. HAROLD J. CHALK, B.S. ROLLIN P. FIERO. A.B. ROGER K. BErgEN II. SA NifoRN 13RowN EDWARD T. Bit mum tat. HoREFIT II. DAR NT0N F.DWAMO UrHrKNN ELL RALPH G. ARRoTT DONALD J. BARER Wwwrox Busy TowsnKso Cs.astx 1.xclior Asomm. EMERY Wit. ClIAst: MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY WILLIAM C. Hulot WALDO J. IRWIN. Munn J. KIMCE, A.B. Seniors CARLETON C. GNI It4HAril ItAl-rx It. Knutxx JAMES II. LAHORE KENNerm C. Pima,: JAMK. R ' OLLIC ' K FRED A.Pumn Junior HUMPHREY C. JACKSON WENDELL A. NIARATTY MYION S. McCoxormonc CLAVD14 D. SAMPSON Sophomores Jomr.rit fled. " IIEIiIIERT DUNCAN ERvis F. LARon. A.B. CAtu, A. Nisece., A.B. MAY NA MD SOUTH WORM GERALD N. RION JAMES II. SPENCER IL HEICNUS SoUTIWORTH GLENN K. STUART K ExNICfll G. STUART HOWARD SIMON H ORS SEM ' ENs MAN L. VEACH EARLE S. OLDKAM WILLIAM W. KEARN, N ORMAN KNAPP KEA . I. DI V•F MEIN AS IT " LESS CLARK vt:Ant ...mos w. to:eon...my 10,111V OLDHAM M. 111 KKARN% !..tvr%074 GIMISAC11 INRCICSIt •lItIff RROWN nitsciR 5017 11WORTH K. 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TITUS EDWIN F. VAN CLEO`, JR. FUND E. VAN DORN RICHARD II. NlooRE VAN PORN IWACH RAIJSIE STANTON VAN CLEAR MOORE KILIOLS NITRIC ' ? DAY...TARP ARMOUR TAYLOR YOUNG POLURI Mit J IV WOOD LANTOS ' MOWN Rowan NUTTER YVON ' : 1. IC UTZ HoItZL LANCR PINY LRIPPETILIORR ANDIMWR 0. Fraternit General g r MEMBERS IN FACULTY RUSSELL A. DODGE. M.S. home D. Scott Pn.D. EDWIN N. GODDARD. A.B., M.S. Founded Illinois Weslevan 1899 25 Active Chapters UPSILON CHAPTER Established 19Z4 NATHAN SINAI, M.S., D.P.R. CHA RUCS 11. STOCKING, Pti.C., MEMBERS IN CITY ROLLA B. FINDLAY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY AXEL E. BEAN, A.B. DAVID E. LAW Ilsnoul E. STRICKEN, A.R. WILLIAM F. BENDER FRANK R. LEV JAMES N. TEEM. A.B. F. LAVERNE [SUNNI» RICHARD W. Mosnorr. MAXWELL R. WIARD DoroLss IL DAILEY Seniors G. HERBERT BARKER DOCGIA14 J. FULLER FIELDINO L. MCMILLAN JOON D. 11NowN WILLIAM R. HOUGH MENREILT L. SconsLo RICHARD M. EDUT G. TIonent Woousos Juniors Viennt S. BANNYSI CHABLIS R. KINGSLEY Ryon T. Nrxxstutv J onus II. 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A.K. Davin A. Fox. B.S. CLUMP: E. HARRIs. B.S. JARL A NDEER JAMES C. 11FAIINACKR DONALD C. WHEN THEODORE F. BOVARD WILIJAII B. IIRTD004 II. GEORGE CORELL ROLAND J. DAHL MARTIN J. EWALD General Fraternities Founded University of Michigan 1922 2 Active Chapters DELTA CHAPTER Rabbiiehed 19E6 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Mtutwin H. WATERMAN. M.B.A. NORMAN C. ROWER:SOX. A.B. Ono H. Eons Idtwin %V. FITCII JAMIM B. COOPER GEORGE A. Dumont 11. JORDAN PRIMO! Ito L. Ant. WILLIAM J. Born HARRY A. COOK IRVING 1.. G N1EM HERS IN UNIVERSITY Montag S. HAVIDIANN Se4or. PAC L J. Kann Juniors CARL W. HAMMER Emu,: J. HAMMEN Sophomore. SAMUEL L. DIDDLE. ROBERT D. GORDON ARTHUR A. KCOPPAIA Fresh.m. KARL L. MILLER RICHARD F. MI:LUCKS Ittx K. MARTIN HOWARD W. SOINEIDER CLAYTON W. Senucuot IIAWORTII F. HOCII REMAND II. 1101.1.IPTEN WILUAM II. WAND Scum A. NCRMI HARVEY M. WORKMAN CAILYSLE 0. Ronne EUGENE W. Seaman II it P 1 ' I st if j t 11 4 I - r PURRS CORDON N Keel AIXRT C. MAM1001 WARD HOCH DOSCH] COOWCR R. HAUCK ERR %CONK. DKR NOLL IRKS I.C111 NM. MARTIN 717C11 KKK% KLOflALA GlIKKNE MI L IKON WORKMAN WIND • SWINGE Malta COOK Founded College of Charleston 1907 33 Active Chapters ALPHA KAPPA CHAPTER Established 1923 Re-established 1927 HENRY B. Wnirittr., A.B. SIDNEY F. MILLER ALBERT OLSON (7ricti. A. REED J. THOMAS SWANWHM, JR. LORNE E. MITCHELL WILLIAM B. TROCTWINE Joanna P. Mort JED B. MAEDICS HENRY A. Putax LAWRENCE D. RAHILLT ROBERT G. REYNOLDS Itty.oura CATLIN LLVNN MUNRO JONKS lANILLY AMMAN° PLIAS% POSTLIt NOWNALL Waltall LEM1NnktDK HAWKINS ISWANDOWNXI IIATOILN ACCAON LITONZLI. C LON KS LAIMON TNOVIVONN MOIR WAR RILN AYERS KUNICEN RIND SIC CALVIN ClOKRAV NHlry ' Li INN1IML4 OLSON Pap ' 37.5 1 Fraternities MEMBERS IN CITY CHARLES L. Lgivoi MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY HOMER B. Poscrurr. A.B. SHIRLEY B. Baron STUART E. CHIPMAN C. MARK CUTLER Currotto F. Evans VERNON G. HAWKINS EDWARD S. JACKSON, JR. ELSTON F. LAMSON ROSCOE C. BOWHALL CARROL C. FOSTER JOHN W. BARNARD HORACE J. CATUN Seniors Loris A. Ktratcan KENNETH W. Msgairs EDWARD T. MCCARTHY Janke. THEODORE R. LEWANDOWSKI GEORGE E. LINDEIMILDER Sophomores JAMES I). HAYDEN CLYDE. E. JONIM Freshmen FRED FLYNN NORMAN I.. KEIIRLI General Fraternities BETA SIGMA PSI Founded University of Illinois 3 Active Chapters GAMMA CHAPTER Established MS MEMBERS IN FACULTY Lswitcxem J. HEIDENREICH. D.D.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY WA 1.TER LEMEE HARRY L. ANDERSON PAUL II. JUNOIS MARTIN E. KANDELIN SAMUEL 6. TREPP JOSEPH J. WAHL ARNO I. WARLIKE ' S Seniors NORMAN KUIJA LA JALLER M. LAIII0 PHILIP U. MARTENS UMIAK A. BRANDT Mans S. Brno PAUL E. SCHROEDER RUDOLFII SOHLRERG Juniors VERNON W. LARSON ALFRED C. Pnorrs:Nogicu PAUL J. PIERRE IV:Lusm E. MORGENROTH Sophomores A. WALLwn OLsox WILLIAM P. SANZENHACIIIM LEONARD J. WALLE ALFRED W. FLEER R UDOLIIII C. SCHULTE Freshmen NIELvux B. Mow " 31tr11nki. J. Brat Bar LASSOS IIIIICHIST MEWS 11101K, .rnitAtilill 01.90N .t1111.1!. PROTIINGIOIM ACIMOICORlt AN0101.0. WAltaILIN 10. %OM 10.1(C. ILVIJA1-1 LA1110 WAHL 1.1101A1VIIE10.11 N ‘NOCI.: NC. M•% ' 114•• ' USIA 07 it ) • 15c4::::arrier sti Page 376 rucrussiossu Fusirtusuritl Professional Fraternities • Founded 17nivereity of :Michigan 1869 SS Active Chapters KENT INN CHAPTER Established 1869 MEMBE1LS IN FACULTY RALPH W. AIGLER. LL.B. EDWIN C. GODDARD. N.B.. LL.B. HENRY M. BATLSI. PILE.. LL.B. EVANS HoLenooK, A.B.. LL.B. L. PAUL BECKLEY, LLB. HARRY B. liercussa. Pita. LL.B. JOHN P. DAWSON, AS., J.D. VICTOR H. LANE. C.E.. LL.B. Joann H. DRAKE, Pn.D.. LL.B. PAUL A. buoy. A.B.. A.M.. J.D. EDGAR N. Dunce A.B., J.D. Jolts B. WAITE. AA, LL.B. JOHN R. EMNOER. Pn.D. Bonaire 1.. WILGUS, MS. EDSON R. SUNDERLAND. A.M.. LLB. JAMES A. BOPE Roy IL CALLAHAN DAVID A. HOWELL hum F. BOYER J. GLEN DONALDSON ARTHUR L. EVELT THOMAS E. Fleas JOHN H. HAWKINS WRIGHT CONRAD MATHEW DAVISON. JR. JOHN S. DENTON JOHN W. HAT, JR. Seniors STUART W. HILL ROBERT Y. KEEGAN EDGAR M. MORSMAN. III Junior RALPH M. JONES STEPHEN E. Jog.); W. BRACE KHAKI MALCOLM S. Lanorono RICHARD M. MAXWELL WALTER P. Nonni Freshmen Ilsitow J. HAND BAIRD JOHNSON DAVID W. KENDALL ELVIN B. LATYY STANLEY N. Alcznarao Lewin S. Roan:sox ROBERT J. WILSON C EDWIN E. RICH JAMES II. Rooms Thomas E. SUNDERLAND NORMAN 0. TIETJENS CARMAN A. Vnaox ELIAS B. MICKEY WILLIAM C. POICII NIERIBILL W. TAYLOR ROHERT 1.. WILAGN KENDALL MERRY DAVISON IL L. WILSON TAYLOR CONRAD JOHNSON DENSON HAWKINS C. WILSON S. JONES FISKE [SAG MILT LAITY PARCH HAND MAXWELL VOTER LANGVORD ROGERS RICA SUNDERLAND E. JONES DONALDSON TIEGENS NORTH MUIRSRAD HILL SOP[ MORSMAN KEEGAN ROEINSDN CALLAHAN R. J. WILSON HOWELL ' e Page 878 Professional Fraternities ■ Founded Cniventily of Michigan 1882 36 Active Chapters ALPHA CIIAPTER Established Mat MEMBERS IN FACCLTY V. C. Van ' s. Pn.D..Sr.D.,M.D..LL.D. W. SLICE. M.D. JAMES CAMPBELL, M.D. FREDERICK G. Non. M.D.Rt.D.,LL.D. WINDIER W. Ditoinatto. M.D. A. C. MeLgoo. A.B.. M.D. R. P. MONTGOMERY. A.B., M.S., M.D. URANUS. I.. MACCALIA311. M.D. PAUL S. BARKER. M.D. CHARLES W. EDMUNDS. LB., M.D. JOSEPH W. SHAW, M.D. Roane S. BREAST, B.S.. M.D. WALTER R. PARKER. B.S., M.D. Eons C. MILLER. M.D. Roane W. Ws-amt. U.S.. M.D. CARL D. CAMP. M.D. CECIL LEPARD. M.D. JAMES 11. MAXWELL. M.D. UDO J. WILT. A.B.. M.D. FRANK LIXDRIWIRMIL M.D. CAMERON K. Kam, A.B., M.D. HLOH WELLMZIER, M.D. FRANK N. WILSON, U.S.. M.D. J. 0. BYAYIII, D.D.S.. M.S.. M.D. DAVID M. Cowls, M.D. RUZDEN PETERSON, A.B., M.D. CRADLES C. CHAPPLE. M.D. PRICSTON M. HICKEY, A.B.. M.D. G. CARL Hum. M.D. R. G. Unous. B.S.. M.D. Hanna W. Mariam B.S.. M.D. ALIBERT M. BARRETT. LB., M.D. FREDERICK G. Non. JR.. M.U. HARTHER L. Kam, M.S.. M.D. EDGAR A. KAHN. M.D. MEMBERS IN CITY S. L. Btomow, U.S., A.B.. Pa.D., M.D. CYRENIII G. DARLING. M.D. Garstox A. MAT. M.D. CARL C. WONDER, M.D. I. I). Loam, M.D. JAMES F. REMARRY, ILS.. M.D. MIRE MAMMAL ' , U.S., M.D. EDWARD B. CASTLE. B.S. GFASIOIC C. HALL. A.IL Senior. GEO. A. PA lama. A.B. LELAND P. Satre. A.B. DAN W. Flammm. A.B. Prnus Hunch A.B. JoBN I). MARLEY. B.S. GEORGE PATTEN. A.B. JOSEPH WHINERT. A.B. M. Ft.r.mmtso, A.B. JOHN C. JONIPL A.B. KENNETH II. MOORE. A.B. EDWARD HIGLEY, A.B. Jon% D. CAMERON, A.B. S. Marx, A.B., M.S. .111MiOr a KARL MALCOLM EDWIN P. VARY. A.B. R. R. CHAPPLE. A.B. R. H.Facensatt.A.11. C. L. Iluottos, A.B. E. W. MANIA!. A.B. COKNELIVA B. WOOD W. D. COVENTRY. A.B. C. S. Mont A.B. W. K. LAMB, A.B. Jvaess W. Newman. BURTON BARNET. A.B. CHARLES BRANCH.A.B. Sophomore. F. J. HERINGRACPA A.B. B. Sown A.B. R. B. Blonow. A.B. Conn T. II. DONA HOE. LB. RUSSELL MALCOLM, A.B. JAMES VAST. A.B. JOHN COLMAN HENRY J. YAM A.B. F. B. MOUNTAIN, A.B. WILLIAM ALEXANDER LUTHER C. CARPENTER Freshmen VARLET C. Hama EDWIN R. NIPRRACH GEORDE M. BAKER ARNOLD B . COMMA LEONARD HAHNE HOWARD C. JAMES B. W. STOCKWELL LYMAN A. BREWER. III Jaffa F. GILLARD GEORGE HAMMOND CURTIA11. NICDONNELL RR CA•HINTER HAYMAN() COMM MLIIIRACIT JAMI AIJCVANDRII SOX KWAIT. MOMS IIIRINCHA HS ()RANCH Conn MOUNTAIN MC DOPINICLL MASER CCHOL• PAHL R. MALCOLM DOS MAAR ARNIM COLMAR sovrin VAST HIGLAV (VANN( R Y WOOD CASHMAN LOON ralvaanto P. MAMA HVDOS HASTY() PAYS MACH It MALCOLM VRTEMSOR MAORI( loNvA t ASHY MA MAY WHINIMY PALMER WHY RICKY Page 379 Professional Fraternities Founded University of Michigan 1883 17 Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER Established pm: MEMBERS IN FACULTY MARCUS L. WARD. D.D.S. JAMES 0. BEATS. M.D.. D.D.S. DONALD C. WINANS. D.D.S. CIIAUIER J. LYONS. D.D.S. Louis P. HALL. D.D.S. PHILIP. M. Wixom:A. D.D.S. Rraszt.h W. BUNTING. D.D.S. HARRY W. SHIELDS. D.D.S. lignxiern A. EARLICE. D.D.S. PERCY C. Lowenv. D.D.S. JAY M. 01411ORNE. D.D.S. Khanna J. Lyons. D.D.S. FRANCIS B. V ROBERT Now.. D.D.S. IMITER. D.D.S. IIAROLD BURCH. D.D.S. URA GARFIELD RIcKEITT. D.D.S. FREDERICK P. PVE.IEVER. D.D.S. PAUL. H. Jtattducx. D.D.S. ROBERT K. BROWN. D.D.S. HAROLD M. MATTESON, D.D.S. Lenin E. RITTKIDWROVEER. D.D.S RICHARD H. !Clammy. D.D.S. Haman E. Names. D.D.S. ELMER L. WHITMAN. D.D.S. hour M. NORTHROP, D.D.S. WALTER F. Woon. U.U.S. RALPH F. Sommadt. D.D.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY (Inae)ire and Graduate Student.) J. WILLARD KEMPER, D.D.S., M.D. WILLIAM J. ISErns 11:N CONRAD G. RC 11Ell B. PIGGOTT HARLOW E. SIMIAN N EU. AN Seniors 110 VOLNET L. DUNKLIN ERWIN E. MXIIRIMAN VICTOR E. REIN CONRAD F. Sean RALPH II. CAMPBELL WILFRED J. HARRISON GEORGE. L. MORSE EDWARD E. SCHEID HAZEN P. STREIT RICHARD WC MUIR NEILS. MACVICAR ROLAND 0. NISSLE HENRY S. SCHMIDT THOMAS IL ThOMPfloN VICTOR W. CRITTNNDES DONALD I). WHITMAN JOREPII R. AUGER JOHN G. COOGAN Juniors NEIL I. McCLEER Cuing R. SMITH JAM M H. Blau JR. JOHN G. COSTELLO CLIFFORD L. KICIIN NORMAN W. MERTON HOWARD T. SPARK•E ROBERT IL BIRD ARTHUR F. COXFORO NORTON D. KIMBALL WAYNE. N. NEELY NELSON B. TRUESDELL H. Boangar J. Mom-mum FISHER JOHN D. LECLAIR EVEUTII A. NORTH WAY VICTOR A. TUTTLE Itusairad, E. BUTLER JUDSON B. BEERS JAII M M. KEENAN JOHN FEMME GEORGE It. Winnow KENNETH P. CLARK JOHN F. HOLLIKTER WILUAM M. LOGAN EDGAR C. SCHICK JOEL VUOTEVICEN WILLIAM F. RENDER ALBERT J. LOGAN Freshmen THOMAS PENIIALE A. VAUGHN SHILLING IRVING W. BURR DEAN A. MORTON CHARLES E. PAYNE. VERN C. PIALIA CECIL W. THOMPSON THOMAS W. CHARM:RI-AIN GEORGE. I.. WHDAIT atOlneRLAIN RI:n 1 zwERGLE rzNIIALR PIAZZA NORTON THOMSON SHILLING LoCAN PAYNE WEIGHT KBENAN KIMBALL BORDRAI7 VIYGIAVICILN MGM IIOLUSIER IRMSDELL AVERS LR CLAIR WTYLIC %CHICK AVRIN COMILLO WORSVOLD NORIRWAY COXFORD MC CLICKR NEELY BENDER BOW LCCAN COGGAN %MOM •VTLKR MERTON CLANK KIIIIN SPARER):BALL %BEHAN THOMPSON MAC VICAR SPECK SCIIKID MOI %ODOM HErnliaN DrNELIW MktilIMAN MADMAN STREIT CRTILNDRN PORRITT REIN KARR fON COMPERE. I. WHITMAN ORKVDAIII zNy7) Professional Fraternities Founded University of Michigan 1883 25 Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER Egablithed WALTER I.. RADOM., PH.D. FREDERICK F. Butu. PH.D. ROBERT J. CARNET. PH.D. CHAIM.). W. EMIL NUL M.D. (:1-.MIENCE J. CERNY LAVERNE 0. CUSHING GEORGE F. GRAY ON. PII.C. IIAL R. COAT M.S.E. GORDON E. StAvotr. CLAUDE Itzvxotoa. A.B. Eutan Amott HARRY BENSON RICHARD D. AMID. KARL W. BEYER MMES E. DUELLMAN WILBUR C. Mover %.•crotr ANSON ENIREILS IN FACULTY IIERRERT W. Emmautoott. M.D. CLITYORD C. GLovata. Pn.C.. MS. Ito, K. McAuttga, Pn.D. JUSTIN L [ ' owns, Pn.C.. M.S. MEMBERS IN CITY Tnr.ortm. KUNOMAN, M.D. GRANT M. JONES C. W. MERELY.. M.D. EARLS. MORTON MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY EDWARD E. PIMIIIIONE. B.S. ROBERT W. Satan, A.B. PATRICK UL CH Seniors FOND C. FAULKNER WILLIAM C. KLECKNER EARL J. KNAGGS Juniors CLARENCE A. Halal Roomer K. Heiner Sopionotra Freskomen CARL BROWN WALTER J. NUNHEARICER, U.S.. M.S. CRUEL-IN H. StintNG. M.S. VICTOR C. VACOHN. M.D. Houma II. WILIaRD, I ' H.I). WILLUID E. PARKER, A.M. BYRON W. Swot P.S. HARVEY WHITNET, B.S. RAYMOND WARNER. R.S. OuvpR J. WEINKAUTY ECCIENK WEISMAN. BS. EDWARD C. RIMIER Damn P. Room CARL J. KIRCHODUNER Luau B. KUNKLK JAMS F. SMITH F. RCDOLPH WOTRIM CHARLER PLUCKY 11111.1[111 ■A %IRVING NM= HALM Immo %Pk SR •SMA " ALION ISAVOY KI1104GICSSIOI PSNSON ANON 110a.1111 ABRAMS 151011 MOWN 16:17011 K Professional Fraternities Founded Medical College of Virginia 1879 60 Active Chapters MU SIGMA ALPHA CHAPTER Established Pm MEMBERS IN FACULTY FRANKLIN W. BARRE. A.B.. M.U. Ikon M. Baang. M.D. Emma.. S. GUROMAN. HARLEY A. HAYNES. M.D. NI.S.. Pal). M.D. MEMBERS IN CITY DEAN W. MEEK.. M.D.. P.A.C.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY CHARM. E. GREELEY. A.11.. M.S. PAULO. GREELEY. AM.. MS. NOMUAN C. RrAnsstx. M.D. Seniors ROBERT A. Brannan NORRIS M. IIA•DISTY FREDERIC ' S( A. °BROCK MAXWELL E. STONE GAYLAND L. Haoriaolaw RALPH A. JOHNSON KENN NW L. 01.AIRTED IRVING J. WA 11110LTS EARL A. HARTY JOHN A. MACRE Ham A. Sc OVILL KENNETH P. Woint Jul.?: ELLERTON G. Aunties ' CA HURL.: F. Scitnogosu JAMES H. ALLEN JAMES B. BLARE I Li. HUBERT E. DOVDNA MA YNARD N. SOUTH WORTH ARTHUR F. 111sLowin EDWIN H. Bonn DON M. LEDUr ( ' HARLEM TEN III UTEN Tuttoomot G. BERN77IAL BOY E. BUTLER VAUGHN H. MORROGIEY WALDEMAR J. .I .WiCKM‘N THOM As H. BLAIR WALTER D. BUZZARD Jong II. Mini Jon,: L. Wiutos Sophomores 1.swaasca F. Rsea FREDERICK J. BRADY kraus ' P. GILDING L. II ZHU NO JONES Evaarrr I). BLAIR CHARLES M. BUROIDDI WALTER W. HAMMOND CHAULDI HOWARD Bo... BERT R. BooNE HAROLD II. GAY BRADLEY M. HARRIS THOMAS N. Su1l141Ell FREDERICK WATTS Fresh Men EDWARD J. CLARK PAUL R. HOY GEORGE N. MANSION ALBERT M. SHEARER ALEXANDER II. CONRAD RUDOLPH W. LIONEL!. MERLE O. Salami KARL W. WEBER Louis G. FERRAND HERBERT P. MacNr: AI LAWRENCE. K. SHOWALTER fl Hi 7- LIGNELL MULLING MAC Nut. Ulan HOIMatilli WIMADUL MAUI " COMMA° M. StAll GIL DM; PACS BRADY jOSIM WAIT) NW VillarA %CHI= Man M1LCON SON...WM SCIIROMIMEt DOMIMA HAMMOND IDOOSIC MAL DW1M NEVINTMAL AL MUCH WIt1CMAV MOVE scowls T. BLAIR •VIZARD TEN Room( AIM MA•DWITY 1UMIMMY4 HAGCLVIAW 10.7.111 et% MAOISM °CECHE OLILMAY %TONS WATT Page 381 Professional Fraternities Founded University of Michigan 1886 65 Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER Estabtithed 1889 0 rJ • • • • MEMBERS IN FACULTY DX. GEORGE MOORE DE. HAROLD 6. WINKLER MEMBERS IN CITY DR. RICHARD HANFUMAN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Dn. WILLARTH PAINE Seniors • Gnonne E. ANDERSON FREDERICK FLEMING FRANKLIN S. ROBERTS LOUIS A. SIGISMOND FIAJTO R. ARNO LD WILLIAM I). HAYLLER I). C. MILLER EARL A. TAYLOR Ikon F. Itunnirtmo 11. InnNO MILLER EDWARD F. SIICTT, LAWRENCE II. WALKINrillAW RAYMOND A. HART Junior PAUL C. Boxstren DONALD F. GRANT WILLIAM A. LAWLER KENNETH K. SHONE KENNETH M. CAMERON KEITH E. JOHNSTON CLARENCE. L. LEvis JOHN II. TATON CLARENCE W. CARTER JOHN W. KEANE HENRY J. MASREUNE CHARLES M. WAWO HARRY R. COONS RHEIMS ' I). EKLLERMASN CHARLES F. NIcHvon JOHN WOODS ALBERT J. ECKEL ROWELL J. KLENOW JKROMK A. MICHAELS RALPH M. %ALLMAN JAIIIM I. FAIRCHILD FRED A. Kong: ANTHONY J. MICKIEWICZ ROBERT F. ZIMMERMAN EDWARD V. FINLAY DAVID E. LAW CARL A. Sophomores WALTER J. GOODING Freabun ARTHUR J. BRAKE WAYNE G. GRATSCRS WILLIAM KAHL R. VERNE Miusei. HOWARD PARER DormAn J. JAMIESON LELAND M. KILE CARL G. NELRON DENzli.G. GHAT HONEST J. JoNrA MICH.% EL J. M CS! A N. .It,. CPU HISS G. STET NECH EH WESLEY J. WICK, JAMICiox KARL KE.ALL SLINK Loos° LK NMINITCK4 Minn FAKIR WOOD. WICKS °KKK.° LICANT MCKIM% it 4 CAMARO% GOODING Min An. GOO KW°. CARTER LOKI. SONNIalt KOSKI LAW KICK. COON. SIGINKOND DLOOSIVIICIO N. T. GIGLIO MAKIN. TA% ow ROSILIOS ZISOlititMAN !LEMING WALKINNIAW 0 4 . Man% Dv. 1400SK ARNOLD DR. posit OAK ANDERSON %MOT% • Founded University of Northwestern 18)0 21 Active Chapters ZETA CHAPTER Flabtioisvd MI: MEMBERS IN FACULTY I ' . AMADON. M.U. R. BISHOP CANVIELD, M.D. NORMAN KRIM 1E11MM. A.11.. M.D. L. G. BALDWIN. A.B., M.D. FREDRICK A. CULLER, MS.. M.D. OLIVER MCGILLICCIDY. A.B.. M.D. NI. G. Borne, M.D. CARL II. Emcees A.B., M.D. P. S. NIcKtaninc, PH.D. WILUAM BRACE, A.B., M.D. IIAROLD FURLONG. M.D. Ecorse B. Porten, M.D. JAMES I). BRUCK, M.D. MEMBERS IN CITY ALBERT S. BARR. M.D. SAMUEL W. DONALDSON, A.B.. M.D. THERON S. LANG VIM. M.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY C. J. CAMERON. M.D. K. M. DAVENPORT. A.B., M.D. Jon KENPER. D.D.S., M.D. G. A. CARMICHAEL. M.D. C. P. lItiettet. A.B.. M.D. J. I.. MURPHY. A.B., M.D. Roarer HASTINGILM.D. Seniors BRANHAM II. BAUGHMAN JOHN F. HUREIt IIAROLD E. RAT Rim,: W. STOCKING JOHN Burman JAMD4 G. MALONE RALPH II. RATHRONE HARRY B. STORM NORTON CANTIELD FRANK M. MARTIN WILICY M. Sams RICHARD I.. SUTTON II. M. ClIABUT II. FRATZEI1 NIATTsoN STEVENS S. SANDERSON NEIL W. SWINTON FILLMoRE S. Cc MILT ' 110HEItT NIILLMIAN GEORGE II. StIIIIINO LESTON S. WHITKHEAD EDWIN J. Don Juniors CALVIN B. GALUJW.LY DAVID C. KIMBALL Kenna II. LOWE WILLIAM F. Thrum Ittnwat. C. LAYMAN ARTHUR A. NW : Onus J. Joussoa Fsitto Loor FlIANK STILES HEIIHKRT C. WALLAcE NophoMOra DON MARSHALL MELVIN II. PIKE HEN ARTHUR WILCOX JAW). MCMEEKIN HOWARD LEWIS PUCKETT PAIL WINDER Freshmen CHARLES FRANTZ Ronne McGILLICUDY HARRY RICHTER JAMES LIGHTDODY RonE11r Pl.% VT Anna R 111, 11 %RD..% WILUAM 1111011111E. 11 ROHERY K. CURRY CHARLES EMERY %flaunts R. Finns LAWRENcE C.1)14,10:1 ' JO IN K EY as FRANK BICKNELL EDWIN CoATID1 WINDSOR DAVIE,. 1, 3 Jr 11111 ' It! :rut 3 ' IA. SicHni maw nuns conics Haas mc caLuccuv mcsAsowei LIGHT110DY PIKE WIAIMIALL pccluil wn.cox GALLOWAY OUST LOWE POCKY WINDIER MC MCZNIN KIM LAYMAN ISIONLMS LOOP MACK .101TIon TLORA SHUR HUL,K KIM SALL WALLACK •. C VAN ‘• CMASVT ILVINIIONZ SKIIIIIVG RAY SALONS SWANS STOCKS wHronsao NAM% SANDKRION STOCKING SWINTON BAUGHMAN (ANTIS. O OOTY MATTSON VITION DintIGAN V. CUSHY op) 14° Pate 384 Professional Fro f ern iliem geort (elje • Founded I ' niversity of Pittsburgh Inn I 39 Active Chapters BETA CHAPTER Pant,fished istog %IEMIIERS IN FACCI:FY CARL E. Ilsousav, U.S.. M.D. WHEAT E. GOODRICH. M.D. RUDOLPH J. hues, M.D. WALTER W. BENToN. M.D. DORMAN E. LICHTT. M.D. WARD M. ROLLAND, B.S., M.D. CHARLES I.. Ffitowx. M.D. Rensab L. MUSTARD. U.S.. M.D FRANCIS A. Scott. B.S., M.D. REND. II. CORLET. M.D. Estrus E. Ngsacm Pe.D.. M.D. Gr.onox Surem. M.D. ALBERT C. FURSTENBERO. R.S.. M.D. JAMES M. PIERCE, A.B., M.U. JoIIN SUNDWALL, Pu.D•, M.D. MEMBERS IS CITY FRANK GIMEKI WALTER KIJNOMAN. M.D. LEO LAUTERRACK THEOCISISK KLINOMAN, M.D. GEORGE Altemuu, M.D. MEMBERS IS UNIVERSITY Seniors WALTER ;Imam A.B. Loos I). B.S. I). LEWIS, A.B. HAROLD J. MINKR ROLLIN P. nano. A.B. FREDERICK A. LAUPPE HAROLD W. LOVELL. A IL num P. 014000D. WS. HARVET T. Erwin. B.S. Juniors ROBERT W. Rintbarr, 11.S.Roscmc W. KING. A.B. WILLIAM II. M ' . A.B. K. MILTON STAUB. A.B. Ft.corn I.. BURRO. CORNELIUs C. fagot. A.B. FRED II. MILLER. A.H. JOHN M. WELLMAN. A.B. MAX L. DrEFEE, A.B. GEORGE J. Mel!array JOHN II. SCIIOEXYELD. R.S. ALI T ' WHITLEY WILLIAM E. JEWETT. A.B. Hs sous L. WOODHCRNE, A.B. . ' Sophosotes SPENCER C. FLO Caisson S. Pisa, A.B. Aveny Spawns, A.B. Moots, E. Smears.. A.B. JAMIL4 F. KIA.•E. A.B. LEIGHTON 0. SHANTZ, A.B. WALL WE II. STEPTENHEN Howsno A. Vag:trap:NAIL Louis F. KNOIIPP Fmk mew Lorin W. lIgmusosta. A.B. RALPH L. llorraux TRUMAN C. NELSON. A.B. AIIIERT II. REIMO STEN! EN J. Doxons WALTER A. KRITZER WILFRED S. NOLTING STEWART WHEELER WILLIAM II. EVERTS Brno): B. Kix°, A.B. THOMAS A. °ITEM.. A.B. HAROLD WorGHTER MORTON S. IIA V EmA NE DDIIIIIASt =PVC motioNaot owiccs win% liatwANN DONOVAS WOLKM UM E. ONG ESITZRE CONK[ IBA PINK 515N(511 VAN AVKIO: NOLTIM: MAKE KNOAPP 5110.110111IN SHANTZ WOOD•VENE ElITELET BARTLETT METTLICY °VENCE MC ULLMAN STAVE MILER DTVEIT TCHOILVIELD KING LETTS LAMY% Of000D SESSER LOVELL GOSION PIERO TULLIUS =BM ONE 9AgAv licnrearAP-10`0-3--4 Pr(1frssional Endertillirs Founded livid College of Law 189: 51 Active Chapters CAM PREIS (711 A Established 190.1 MEMBERS IN FACULTY HERBERT F. GOODRICH. A.B., LLB. GROVER C. Gintimoaat, A.B.. S.J.D. JOHN R. Baylis) Kill Itrinsarr II. BROWN WILLIAM I). COCHRAN ROBERT C. BARKER, B.S. Aziaa E. Bras, A.B. BOYD M. BENRON, A.B. LEMUR B. BUTLER. A.B. ALBERT W. DIMMER!. A.B. ROBERT E. FINCH WIWAM C. Farr. A.B. WILLIAM N. (TALL A.B. JOHN W. GARVEY, A.B. WALDO K. ristaiNsat. MEMBERS IN CITY JOREPH C. IIOOPER Mii.o D. McCuicroca JOHN P. LAGOMARCINO Joann ' C. PerrEas MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY HARVEY J. GENDERRON. A.B. WILLIAM E. HAMAKER, A.B. ROBERT C. Musa.. RAY C. HUMPHREY. A.B. WILLIAM I). HUMBLE JAMDI F. MILLER. JR.. A.B. OIWAR W. Mom. JR.. A.B. CARROLL L. Muni. A.B. Gramm W. Ott. A.R. IIICIIARD II. PAI LSON. A.B. SAMUEL H. Rums ARCHIRALD W. STORMS ARCHIMALD J. WI_ VER IICWOILL I). BAUM. A.B. CHARLYM F. SCANLON. A.B. G CAMIIK R. SNIDER. A•11. CatAix N. Sournsi. A.B. FREDERICK J. SMYRNA. A.11. GARLAND I). TAIT. A.B. RICHARD J. THOMA, A.B. THOMAS C. WINTER JOUR K. WORLEY. CARMI J. YOAKAIL B.S. 111 t.tvlt 1. 1 14 MCCLINTOCK PALIFO% Downom VANTAIN IHOMA 1:11111ILIC %Alt! WINCH COIGN VOAKAM NT.Wr X2 11,0111KR 4:1:NO101NON Mika% OTT PARES. %OVINE 10tAX MLLE. III1ANIIV totovrx R1.1tklc GAIMIT TAIT GILKINII liAl1A1.101 (0t1111AN YOVLIC ,01Cil:X!.. C.1 Professional Fraternities Founded Cniversity of Vermont 1889 56 Active Chapters PSI CHAPTER Erlablided 190.; MEMBER,- ; N. FACULTY %crusts ' L. ItoNu .u. It s. . M.U. Burros E. I. Ilvos, M.D. Rno M. NKABIT. A.B., M.D. ARTHUR M. Crux., A.R.. M.D. ALBERT C. SEKLIKOWSKIL. M.D. II . • H.Rzscra.A.B..NI.D. Warms E. FORSTMIL M.D., PH.D. PAUL B. Warmer B.S.. M.D. Elmore W. Sin. MS.. M.D. FRANCIS B. FRAMJCIL M.D. WILLIAM L. LACEY. M.D. Crars C. A.B.. M.D. PERSON L. HART, M.D. WALTER G. MADDOCK . A.B.. M.D. HALPORD E.Wnivw.r..B.S.,M.D. Rou.o E. McCort... M.D. MEMBERS IN CITY Ilowao H. Cumulus . M.D. Coaso Grower. M.D. SIDNET L. LAM:THE. M.D. Senior. AUGUST F. Bursars. Bunt MCINDOE GEORGIC STKPANOTICH, A.B. INSTMOND S. VANIIIICE Marout E. KAYLAN LAMM:NCR W. KRIM WALTER S. STINSON JOHN W. VKIRDUIN. A.B. II. I.. BRUMRAISAIL A.B. VIRGIL F. NM:MANIC VIRGIL E. STOVER RAYMOND E. WARNER. R.S. IIMRY A. Duna CHARLES F. SN , A.B. Juniors JOAN H. Awaits. A.B. CHARLES J. CIA A.D. Noun. C. KKIYMI FRANK II. MAXWELL GARNET W. AULT RORER. J. ARMSTRONO. A.B. Lw A. KNOLL A.B. WILLIAM II. STRWART. A.B. lowsu. E. BLANCHARD LIONEL I.. DAVIS EDWARD W. LAKNKIL B.S. Mans B. TAIJAK. A.B. II ESKT A. BRUNSTINO EDWARD L. GAUL A.B. Rou.o J. Masaux.,D.D.S. JOAN M. Torsaso OIROTWI THOMAS M. ANDERSON. A.B.IIAROLD G. ARTHUR P. PAPIER. All. MILLARD W. SMILLMAN CHARLMI M. BREA. A.B. LEONARD E. 11:min. A.B. EMIL M. ROTH ALBERT K. STOLPMAN ALVIN 11. BRNO JAMES W. Ream A.B. MAURICE L. SCHNITKIM CUVFORD B. TAYLOR. A.B. JOHN L. CLARKS. A.R. PHILUP R. JOHNSON. A.B. MAX SCHNITIMI Freshmen FRED J. BLACK DAVID P. GAGE IIAROLD E. MCCLENATHAN NEVIN II. RUPP EDMUND L. COOPER LAWRENCK II. GOODMAN DANIEL W. NITERS BERNARD C. SNKOZICER DONALD W. DODDS MAURICE B. LANDERS W. SIDNEY PERHAM SYLURSTRR W. TRYTHALL 111 s•E1.1. N. DEYor-No Than!. LAMTHKR SIBS M. EVANS HAROLD W. CLCH 111 011 NI. Fru.s.sn JOHN A. MACLEAN E. WHIM. tN MAC LEAN DIE YOUNG GALL LOOP ' S GOODMAN MIDAS ANDLIOM. PULLER DODDS MY110 ULAN MAN. MACS OVILISLAN RVPP CIADER TAYLOR IIMI NIELS RAISES ACONTOLMI MAX SCIANTIMOt IMEILLMAN MLNLYJA HUIILV PAPS( AULT AMOTRONG SLOW CLARK ALANCNAID SYMMS( DAVIS MAXWMLL De VRIES NMSDITING SIAMELIXIC MOLL ' num WARNER MOVER IIIAVSAN TOMOLICID (All. TAU MC DUNLAP 9MIPA-NOVICH MIMOSA VIM MAN ItIlLSISAVGD DEMAND VAN MRS MEMOS SMOAK sr Par 387 ' T. P: • ALDERS LAW, ILD.S. NI. D. McCoy, D.D.S. MEMBERS IN FACULTY L. NI. LUCAS. A.B., D.D.S. BERNARD LUCK, D.D.S. I OLMSTILAD MOYER IA mesa DRAMM (AOCHICAKI Katie SHOE AMMON DRAMA. ItRIMUP rAng WATSON MUSD NORLocII Tort 1MAAARM TWAIMON IORYllk DINGMAN RRIMA-AND GAMIN M. ILULLIVAN 11.); • ' — RUNNY AARK WOOD JANIS WIMTOOMI M. Atli-IVAN ARAN MAC AR AR IMMO= 3. GALMBILER WORNIAX DR IRIS% ISURIM DR. LUCK DR. LIMAS RAMS LOWNN• URN G. WI MN I • a Pap 888 eal at %) " ( F ounded Baltimore College 1892 37 Active Chapters M MA K PPA CHAPTER HAROLD BURKE WILLIAM CLAY STEWART DEVIIIIZI ANDREW GALSTERER JOHN BARAD: WILSoN BRAAMSI. FRANI. BRUNNER HARRY Cage Imsug DuLeog BRUCE FORSYTH REED DINOMANN KAIAIAN BATOR J. KARL BAYLOR GORDON BRANDY.L ELDON BRISSON WILLIAM Bran I.. M. DICXENS Sedikra WILLIAM HOLLAND GEOROE JANIS MARE LOWNSRURY N. STANLEY MAI:VICAR FREDRICK RAHN IICIIAEL SULLIVAN J valor. WARD FREELAND VICTOR FROMHART GLEtra JAM ' S NORIAWK Sophomores Freshmen. NI MOLL DRAPER BERNET FELLOWS INzast Einem. IIAROLD GLOCRIZIK I CLAYTON KARIM DON WATSON JOHN WOOD BERNARD WOZNIAK CORWIN WRIGHT FERDINAND I ' RTSLITH NIAVNARD STOVRE DENNY SULLIVAN Rowan TROvraoN Itvitos WARD GER kW Witmer PAUL PATE GERALD MCC JOSEPH NI•Ittate Wit.usa MOSNr.ft RALPH MOYER LISTER OLMSTEAD LEIGH Snininv Professional Fraternities 41 ;71 ‘fit. 1 t ti J i 1. • fr 4 • Professional talent lr le. Founded Dartmouth College 1888 $2 Active Chapters ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER Established 2906 GKOROR BELOTE, V.D. ARTHUR CCRTUS B.S., V.D. HENRY FIELDS, B.S.. M.D. JOHN GARVEY, M.D. 11011PIRT L. GLASS, M.D. MEMBERS IN FACULTY 6 ham. A. Gmuncri. M.D. Jan. IIALrmou., B.S., M.D. THERON Mu., M.D. CARL GILLIMIS M.D. RUDOLPH KAMPIIMIER, A.B.. M.D. imams ' ODIUM. M.D. MEMBERS IX CITY HAROLD MORGAN. V.U. Loris Newameca, A.R.. M.D. MAX NI. Plum A.B..NI.A..M.D. SMITH THORINGTON. M.D. Au- ALvIxo. A.B., V.D. WINATON F. HARRISON. M.D. FRED RUDDER. M.D. FLOYD 11. LASHMET, PS.. M.S., M.D. H. G. REKS ' S1). M.D. MARLIN A. STARES. M.D. • Seniors PHILLIP M. HICNDKRAON.A.B. ALVIN W. HOWLAND H. C. Niumutox,A.B.,A.NI. Mato:. S. SMITH, A.B. EDWARD I). 1101(DEMARER OTTO S. BELT, A.B. Grace M. Itmar.A BERNARD A. WATSON Jointers JOHN T. BOSW ELL. A.B. PARR S. BRADSHAW. A.B. PAUL R. HILDEBRAND CHARLES E. LEMIN. A.B. SPENCKR BRAD Di THOMAS M. DURANT, A.B. 1101ICRT R. HowLErr, A.B. STUART N. ROWE. A.B. WALTER SCOTT. A.B. Sophomores RUDOLPH I. CLARY DERMA RD J. CHARLES II. Mc IN " TYRK IIRRMAN M. POLLARD ROBERT DALES, ' MELVIN K. KNIGHT DAVID MATRIX.. A.B. PAUL W. SHANNON JOHN M. GALBRAITH JOHN D. MACPHERSON ROYAL A. MISTERS. A.B. HARRY A. TOWALKY LEE D. VANANTWKRP. A.B. Freshmen 11r.mtv G. ADELMAN EDWIN J. RENNKLL J0)4:1•11 P. BRISILMY. A.B. THEB. W. BYWATER . A.B. KS:NEI:TR P. DODGEM Jolts W. litt-r. A.B. Hun E. Bu.x1.3. C. JOSEPH DKIAM. A.B. KKNNE111 II. Jottioiox tiounov 1... WI T71:14 ,e Ice l• Al 0 le III ,... - 5 • b . f . it ti a s. t ma R. 11 hr es r , pi t f .1 -4 ' ti TOWSLILY MAC .1001140,1 YAM ANIWKIIP MC !MANNA,: 4 1....•V linflA MATHIS CAL RYAT III NS DURAS " %C TT LISSOM IIPDXVM.LL HAII•IWN IMADMIAW ROW% IOU ARD IIPANUI NIOIOLSON iO41111 HOWLAND WAThON KKLYEA HICNOKIII6ON 1111.11 110151,01AKIM DK WY StaNSKIS KICK SYWATtlIC )011SVIDS HOliGn MUNI FY ADELMAN Pnifessional Fraternities • Founded University of Main e 21 Active Chapter. ZETA CHAPTER Established 1911 EDWIN B. STASON, A.B.. B.S.. J.D. EDWARD E. BASCOM. A.B. BASIL F. BAKER, A.B. FREDERIC B. RESUMER, A.B. Jona E. ANDERSON Lewis N. Essraos, A.B. THEODORE C. B Ann Es so. K. Diu. MEMBERS IN FACULTY MEMBERS IN CITY FREDERIC B. MOHLER, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors CHARLES E. DAUGHERTY, A.B. Dosovay Y. ERICKSON, A.B. Juniors LUTHER II. Loom:. A.B. Einholen PAUL II. KARR ARTHUR II. Itifsi.L. LL.B. Duns W. GRIMM. A. II. Jona E. GUNTHER. M.A. JOHN E. Sroxsant.nt KARL G. PEARSON. A.B. CLIETORD VAN BIARCOM, A.B. RODENT 0. JONIOI Ilmu.sa J. YELIAND HAAR VAN SLASCOM JONES DILL RARE monos LODGE LA1401.011 DM-UMW meccas winos GlnallEft SIONSELLIR DA WI ERICKSON PINLIMION MJTZ GRIMM ;01 Par 190 CARL G. BInNDT, MEMBERS IN FACULTY !lunar R. Corny, A.B.. LL.B., 1.1..M. MEMBERS IN CITY Dosaus D. DUSICANIION, A.B. Jsv H. PAYNE, A.B., LL.B. ALRERT J. PARKER, A.B., LL.B. HAROLD P. TROsPER. LILL ROBERT P. WURRINEL Preofessiallai rah en; Founded Baldwin University 1900 60 Active Chapters CHRISTIANCY SENATE CHAPTER Relablished 1912 GoRDON M. CHAMBERS MENDAL B. DECKER. A.B. HAROLD %V. DUDLEY. A.B. ALDERT E. PETERMANN. JR.. A.B. WILLIAM II. BRODERICK CARL F. BURGER. A.B. HAROLD W. CHARTER. A.B. Munn E. Donut., A.B. WALTER 0. ENTIX. A.B. ELDON W. BUTZDACII. A.B. WILLIAM M. CARLAND LAWRENCE CURRY. A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Realm. B. MAXWELL Seniors RICHARD J. SHAUL ' . A.B. FREDERICK V. SMITH. A.B. LOOM A. SPROWL. Juniors CHARLES L. EWING. A.B. Bowls Guess, A.B. MARSHA LL E. Sum, A.B. EARL D. SULLIVAN, A.B. Freak nen WILFRED T. Hem A.B. ALEXANDER F. KELLY, B.S. GORDON W. PACKER. A.B. JOHNS. T J. STAPLETON. A.R. liswLay E. STARK. A.B. FULTON C. VOWELL SIDNEY J. WILSON. A .R. J. KEARNEY TRAVIn, A.B. ions B. WATTS, A.B. WILLIAM J. WEINMAN HARRY A. WOOD. A.B. Hanky G. Tonna WESLEY J. WELLS. A.B. DONALD B. WILLIAMS HUNT RRODICRK X. RAILCAR !flOWL WILLIAM% TOT MR PACKER TX NNANT KELLY SWING SULLIVAN 1 MAVIS 11171111Al H CARLAN II CURRY 1.00mo a URGRR SMAULL STAP LETON CROW. lOWIl WOOD WRI KLAN DVNLAP WAWA CRAMS M. SIIUH CHAMOIS ' S DUDLEY SIMI:LT. STARK DECKER WILSON F. SMITH Pap 391 Professional raternitieg Founded rni versities of Michigan and Illinois 1911 10 Active Chapters IKTINOS CHAPTER Latabfished 1915 THOMAS S WILAIJ TA " Nt m C. TITCOM Eases Wthey al CHARLES H. !LotNun. KS. I. Bassnrr. MS. . et. 1.oncli. MEMBERS IN FACULTY ( ROE M . MeCosett CRT J. ROUSSEAU MEMBERS IN CITY Less W. FRY WARD A. DAvvvront LEON A. MAKIEIWEI WILLIAM R. EDWARD C. Cy GEORGE M. ILI M. AUDREY ARD F. C JOHN C. itic J raronen W. Knott Bovonxen RDER IC IC W. FCOER . C _NAMURUN JACK MeD. JACOB IN UNIVERSITY Seniors IIN_Nyfrat P. FOWLET J. MARTIN EDWARD I. lilt: Juniors S. Kassiern C. WAYNE NINA1. It. FRANKIAN 61 Sophomores Butt R. ExowLes Freshmen M. .1 low ELI N I). %Witten: • J. WRITE • C. TAYLOR MILLER OT T. PETERSON .t ALAN STEWART JAMS B . _ICHARDsoN T n ARD X. , 7 r: A. WILIA EMINENT C. WILsoN F I ' ELVER P. LORENZ OLAND A. YAKGER ROLAND • E. Wlutox I A: F. Etpusat MARTINDALE ' MAR ftVaLL TACOS WHIM110VG0N1111 PO V LK% KNOWER% HEAD citiwra 7V711.JC ITITITAIIII.0.0 WILLIAM{ WILWN CLANK KIRMY MULL CINLYINGA OLWALT YOWIJCV 11,111000N MILLER Per .19? :REMMERS IN FACULTY HENRY II. E.E. WILLIAM C. ROAD. B.S. Pn! Foutule41 Remake, Poly. 1861 29 Active Chapten4 SIGMA CHAPTER Established 1913 HERMAN R. IIVEHI.K11 LEONARD Boozy. 11s.. M.S. Dom R. Davos ELLawourn Bwm KWAY FREDERICK P. BABCOCK FRANCIS W. Baarmot.te ROBERT A. CLurrom liaNntLo Ihmata J. ORRIS CROSS HAMILTON GALE MA IIRIIALL ANDERSON BENJAMIN BALLET NIF:NIIIERS IN CITY WALTER R. DRURY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY (harrier and Graduate Students) J. KINGSLEY CHADEATNE, A.B. RA Lrll Iltontn. 11.S. Sink " GEORGIC FHA CNIIEROER RODIEla S. REASON Juniors CHADILIM R. GREENIDOE FREDERICK W. HICKS. JR. BROOKE W. LERCH AMUCK L. LCNIIIN ROBERT S. McCoy Sophomore, DANIEL M. Itoanmn Ilmstor B. SCHANTZ Mummer Starry Freshmen DONALD BENEDICT ALLISON EVANS KENNETH HOUCK Rermum 11. CJELNTAN EDWARD RAVI:AS(1401T. ILS. EDWARD SPENCER NATHAN WICKERSHAM. JR. RICHARD OPIENIM RH DEAN N. REASON RICHARD C. WATKINS R. DEB. WICKERSHAM WADE TAPERT Arnim F. WooLLmv OSCAR LCNDIN Tom WOODBURY SC (1 SINAI DAN Mla MLA°M. A 0 ay ADGER% CLAYIDN •AVANA4 tOM MCKIM IDGX II WA A ISN AVI I A 1 INDIIN AMINO ' IC LARCH CUMALAVIM PlIAL74 MAMA PA MAX K I. MIA PRIMIAM IP. I. OV DAVIN III( All AMINNAM D. ItIMION IMANN STAMM TAIMIM ADDIS: MaDIP Ala 0 LANIIIN YYDIMMON PANI.DIM MILKY Par .03 Founded University of Michigan 1911 27 Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER 1914 Prgliwsional En:feral, its WILLIAM LAIRD JOHN E. Romer LLOYD W. IhRTLETT. A.B. ALFRED C. BOWMAN, A.B. Homan L. HAUER. A.B. HENRY J. BtAKELy. A.B. JOHN K. COLWELL JOHN W. BANNASCIL A.B. A. EDWARD BROWN ARMEN J. CYROWSKL A.B. MEMBERS IN FACULTY JAMES K. POLLUCK..ht., MEMBERS IN CITY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY (Instant and Graduate Students) WADE P. CARNEY HAROLD M. Dom A.M. Seniors IVAN CHALLM. A.B. WALTER 1. MCKIM FREDERICK G. FEROCNON, Junior. Lownu.S. Lon, A.B. WAYNE It. OSBORN. A.B. EARLE L. RICHMOND, A.B. ran, EARL N. GOODYEAR, A.B. MYRON E. GRANT. A.B. DONALD D. MACFARLANE 110N. GEORGE W. SAMPLE A LENA NO.:1i S. JARDINE HARRY L. GERVAIS, A.B. EDWARD F. TRAVER NORTON I ' . RIDER, A.B. JOHN M. SCHRAM A.B. Wu. C. THORNROROUGIL A.B. JOHN T. MAIIAN JAMRS II. SPENCER LEWIS I). WIIFION. A.B. GOODYEAR MARAN WILSON JARDINE MOWN CVROWSIO SPILNCER MAC FARLANR RANNANCII GRANT LOVZ M RO COLWRIJ. FFMAN THOOMMOUGH T MAGCLON SAVIRRAV " C Mei HALLIS sorarEanDILAIM GOMM% DOAR Pope 39S Professional Fraternities • Founded University of Wisconsin 1902 40 Active Chapters ALPHA BETA CHAPTER Established 1916 LI MEMBERS IN FACULTY M. S. CARR, B.S. J. 11. ll000ta. PH.D. M. H. Soca, Sc.D.,LL.D. L. 0. Can. PH.D. H. B. Loma, PH.D. B. A. Scams. Sc.D. A. A. CHniarmax, PH.D. R. K. McAzaixo. N.D. J. D. STRONG. M.S. R. G. CLARENON, M.S. C. C. MELOCRE. PH.D. C. Urrntouc,vE. B.S. II. C. EMMEN, PH.D. C. S. Scnorana Sc.D. P. F. We.tratnalLL, PH.D. A. L. FERGUSON. PH.D. E. 0. Sccrrr, M.S. A. H. Winn, B.S. J. 0. HALPORD, PH.D. W. G. Sm.ArON, A.B. H. H. WILLARD, PH.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 0. 11. Gotsoon, M.S. H. J. Oartmnor, PH.D. G. H. SCHEVYLRE MS. R. C. Gastiox. M.S. E. P. PAIENmaoe. PH.D. R. V. SHANICL‘ND. MS. R. H. HARRINGTON. M.S.E. C. U. Futons, B.S. C. N. SEMI. MS. C. S. HART, M.S. R. R. RaisTox, M.S. M. SOUDERS. M.S. R. W. Korman, B.S. M. C. Roosts. M.S.E. T. R. THOMPSON. M.S. C. C. MONRAD. M.S.E. J. D. RYAN, M.S. K. A. VANLENTE. M.S. Seniors S. L. McLaux H. II. PAEOUR C. B. STAPLETON E. G. MANE C. C. Ptavr E. W. TtLursom M. L. Mictmoo J. H. Starr S. F. URBAN C. P. Moon F. K. Stotazoo F. II. WILINMANN W. L. BAGGER, M.S. R. B. BAKKE M.S. E. M. Baena. B.S. F. E. BARTELL. PH.D. J. C. Bmtv.n. M.S. G. G. BROWN. PH.D. R. I. CARNET. PH.D. E. G. 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EDWARD FISHER FRANK L. CHANDLER RALPH C. CHTHBERTSON MAYNARD K. BRUKLMA RA LPII C. GRAND ARTHUR J. KNow.hy P. APPELT SENIOR BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION GERALD .1. LAWSON SAMUEL J. LUKKNB JAME,. U. PIFER JUNIOR BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION .1. MARK EKLTON HARVEY M. GONE SENIOR LITERARY EDWARD T. LATVLIP JAMES W. LEONHARD CLINTON A. NEWON JUNIOR LITERARY EARL G. BROWN JACK SCHUMANN HAROLD V. STARK STANLEY M. STEINKo ROBERT W. SHIRLEY ICHNNI011 G. STUART ARTHUR A. STARKW LATHER 11 K. STONKDALK JIMMK D. DWIGHT W. PRIMAKR AMRLT BROWN BRADVAN LAW LIP ARMSTRONG KNINICIX CSOCKISALR IlattlMA STUART ' PORI PlOaMIS NZI ON PIRA STARXWCAIHRN COVE SIMKO MY 4R! ClIHNOMON LAMSON Millar TARS BUM LUKENS CRAVES SCHUMANN PRETO% MtAllat CHANDLZR t nervilin Po Pru6.ssieaml Fralernities Founded New York University 1907 I. Active Chapters XI CHAPTER Eafablished )DP) JOHN M dn.. A.M. DUDLEY M. Ihints.s. M.B.A. EDWARD C. PROPHET, A.M. MEMBERS IN FACULTY RoHEMT G. RODKET. A.M. Maims II. WATEILMAN. 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MILTON NIENDLOWITZ, A.B. ALEXANDER Rooms% D.tvin RUSKIN RUSKIN RONSON% Goammuni OMEN nEREOwnt SATIOIAN BITE GOLDSIWG N G10‘, Zelva flt:It MANACK GIUUDESIAN LIV S lattf.41MAX G. MANACE 1011, GQL1PIIAMILR GRNRNRNLG ROGIN W. GI-Pall It (Ilan A GLAttg " :19% e. ter as0 A lc) • Par Founded Cornell University 1901 42 Active Chapters OMEGA CHAPTER Rota HAM 1921 Profesxiimill Prater :117;v, elta. psilon. MEMBERS IN FACULTY SAMUEL S. BITES. M.D. MEMBERS IN CITY Doran BUDSON. M.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors Loris Soaxow. JR.. P0.13. BS J anion BEN Rows. A.B. Sophomores BENJAMIN 11. GREENH,:RO. A.11. HYMEN M. GOLDEN. A.B. LOUD. S. GOLUNTEIN. It S. Freshmen MILTON 311CMAPLM METER NOTKIN. A.B. JACOB SHANXI). A.B. RANIA El. ALTMAN. A.B. Atm A. JansenLsr. All. Lour Barnum:. A.B. BEIINAMO DICKSTEIN MAN EIIMIJCIi. A.B. ALIIKKT BUMOI. B.S. JuLIT B. KLEIN MELNIK Professional Fraternities • Founded University of Pennsylvania 1907 33 Active Chapters P1 CHAPTER Established 192•3 SAMUEL S. SORKIN. A.B. HARRY L. TAPPERNIAN. A.B. MAURICE I). COLLMAN ALPERT B. LITAaT. A.B. SAMUEL J. SILVERSTEIN. A.B. HYMAN J. ORE NI AN SKOLNICK A no is SOLOMON NUM ' S ....Lindlii,Mli.NIE Mil MALL, BOSOM ICIJON ILEOLNICIE OIMN .01.01C4 Ulla M-0; MNIICIN IML Mt.. TOKMC 1101 4NOW MAMA() ALTMAN IMMa. DICWOMIN IMIAMMAN 1.lesEV COLLMAV TAPTIMMAN !OLONTtlM GROOM MUM [MIL ICH Page SOO Professional Fraternities GOLDBERG ROIRLIGAR Maria BACK %CLOROX MEWLS TA EMIR WALL MEMO WORWITCH TASTER SUM:0MT ERNIE IllExiottx Marrs. A.B. SA UL S. Et is Mottos HACK BERKOWITZ Seniors EDMUND A. ROBLE • MILTON M. BAIT Junior. JoisEril SoLottox. A.B. Sophomores LIGON %RD GOLDBERG ..1Act: S. Ilintworil ) in SEGA LI. BENJAMIN TAUBER BENTON B. Wout, A.R. LOUIS It. HURWITZ HARRY S. %owns Freshmen DiRmuom) CAlmtml Pounded Wmterii Reserve University 1918 8 Active Chapters EPSILON CHAPTER Established 1925 Prqfesxiottai miens Founded l ' aiverxity or Maryland 1906 22 Active Chapters CHI CHAPTER ErtablimArd 1914 JOSEPH J. A.R. MAX S. 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AMMER KLIVANKS ATWSLL SILYSON SLACK MICNKNKR NORTON MEM A WOMEN aCichigan airport —representa- of one.. of her newest-- and most rapidly progressing industries. e5Xail, passenger and freight Mane.. manufac- turing indicates another supremacy for the motor stated. T E RUHR:AN ASSOCIATION OFFICERS 1928 1929 FLORENCE HOLMES President JEAN WALLACE FLORENCE WATCHPOCKET Secretary Aueve Yeo ESTHER RICKER Treasurer CLARA MITCHELL CHAFFER MEMBERSHIP Kappa Alpha Theta 1879 Theta Phi Alpha 1912 Gamma Phi Beta 1882 Alpha Xi Delta 1919 Delta Gamma 1885 Zeta Tau Alpha 1920 Collegiate Sorosis 1886 Kappa Delta 1921 Pi Beta Phi 1888 Alpha Epsilon Phi 1921 Kappa Kappa Gamma 1890 Alpha Omicron Pi 1921 Alpha Phi 1892 Delta Zeta 1922 Delta Delta Delta 1894 Alpha Gamma Delta 1922 Alpha Chi Omega 1898 Phi Sigma Sigma 1922 Chi Omega 1905 Sigma Kappa 1924 Founded Definite University 1870 ETA CHAPTER Etta Hilted 1S:9 PATRONESSES MRS. S. L. Iliottow Mtet. JAMES INDUS MRs. II. L. WI GUS Mits. C. H. Coounr MRS. J. F. LAWRENCE MRS. ALICE WOODBRIDGE. MORA Aut..: CROCKER MRS. C. S. NEIL Mits. JOHN S. WoRLEY MRS. HENRY C. HUTCHINS MRS. C. S. WHEAT Mits. F. II. Yon MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. 11. C. ADAMS MIAs DOHOTIIT KETCHUM Mks. FRANCIS SCOTT MISS EDITH BISHOP MRS. THEOTHIL KLINOMAN MRS. GEORGE SWAIN MRS. °RIJN Rostov Miss KATHERINE KTER Mits. F. B. VEDDER MRS. L. 1. BREDVOLD MISS ADA OWEN Mits. J. J. WAIsER MRS. B. J. CARNET MISS ODINA OLSEN MRS. E. E. WELMAN MRS. THOMAS CARADT MISR ELIZABETH RAYMON Mils. C. J. Winrbow Mits. A. M. Huns Mits. A. 0. BUTHEVEN Moot GAT WilAirs MRS. JOSEPH N. lascoLx Mits. C. S. YOAKUM Seniors KATHERINE H. BEARDIMEE GERTRUDE IIOLTON LOLISE 0. MURRAY MARY SI:RANWHITE JEAN CAMPBELL HELEN LADD JUNE J. Swims MARGUERITE WIDMAN ELLEN A. GRINNELL MARGARET E. Moofte FLORENCE E. WATCHPOCKET NIURIEL ANDERSON hosiers CATHERINE BRADLEY MARGARET I. FEAD KATHERINE I.. BITIIVEN ESTHER MIROTIIT BRIGGS ELIZAHETH G. BRUME GENEVIEVE COAX SARAII M. PATTERSON AGNIDt A. 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IIEN MT DOUGLAS MR.. Roo MM. HOMER STRIKER MISS Limn EMI:MAACK MM. J. W. WANNAMAKEIC MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY KATHERINE 11. KAVICITAN Seniors Macs RocRvUtN %luta NIA GLAIZE RUTH MART PUITEU 0 heaut BOVRQUIN LAURA JCSLTN MART ELIZANETH WATSON VIRGINIA BROWN Anus Mastic Juniors HELEN 111.411 IILLEN KOIITENnorr (iWDTS MARTIN CATI1ERINE ClImE HEI.Ex Kt IT EKOW IIELENE TERRY Hawn GRIDLEY RI TH Kt %maim. DORA VAN DEN BERG ESTELLE DE Jot RM1 EI.I AHLTH 1.4ILC H RUTH WAGNER Jt IJA DP: Jot IMO ELIZABETH WHEELER Sophomores IRENE FORDNEY KATHKRINE SCOTT MARION Sran MART ANN JOSLTN ADELAIDE SYMONS MARGARET AMEND? Freshmen EMMA GERALDINE IICMAN MARGARET SKTHOLD imArs. damns? r tit .101•MI.06 •••• • laltaY PHILONZY %OTT rurtatto I JIMI WATSON A 110VICOVIN J. •101114 LIN faVIIOLP WOO KVTUUDOW St 1i ler110‘. %MLitt M. systrx H. letlaillOW J. Of J01.10,... Eds.- ,o7 Founded Oxford Institute 1871 XI CHAPTER Established 1886 Sororilies MRS. MORTIMER COOLEY Matt RALPH AIGLER MRS. MORTIMER BISHOP MRS. WILLIAM BROWN Mm. W. A. IlnowNELL M104. JAR1101 CADDIS ILL NII04. CoVVEY Mm. FRANCIS CURTIS MRS. JOHN ETTINGER NlInS Chive Exowtaos PATRONESSES MIDI. CARL Germ: MEMBERS IN CITY NINA. Howsno B. LEWIN MRS. MAX MILLER MRS. ARTHUR MOIDILVAN MINN MARCELINE O ' MEARA MEW GVA 1101: PETERSON MISS HELEN Plan Mum. Hs Rue ItAmenownEn Mks. CHARM. RASH MEMBERS IN FACULTY Muss MINA WINSLOW MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MRS. HUGO TIIIEME MRIL HENRY SANDERS MRS. IRVING SCOTT Mow Jxs x SHARPE MRS. SHIRLEY SMITH MINI MARY STEERI: MRS. WILLIAM STELLWAGoN MRS. HERBERT TAGGART MR . JAME?. WATERMAN MR8. GARDNER WILLIAM " . IIILDA HARPHTIOI HELEN LANA WAY Mace VOSPER KATHARINE E. ROLLIE Seniors Aut..: E. PUTT MARIAN BRADLEY JEAN II. HATHAWAY KATHERINE D. LEWIS EDITH M. RORK JANET T. CALVERT MIRIAM L. HORTON MARJORIE C. LEWIS VIRGINIA L. WALLACE LOUISE COOLEY VERA E. JOHNSTON JANE A. Oum S. ELIZABETH WELLMAN KATHERINE S. ARNOLD Junior. HELEN D. NORRIS JANE BROOKS JEAN J. DUCTIELD VIRGINIA L. HOUGHTON HELEN A. RUDOLPIII MARGARET S. RUSH ELIZABETH EARIVART ELIZABETH W. MEAD GERTRCDE A. SMITH HELEN S. DANCER JANE E. HICKEY DOROTHY H. MILLER FLORENCE B. TENNANT Sophomores VIRGINIA T. JIROCH SARAII FRANCES ORR FLORENCE R. WILSON DOROTHY A. MCGUTVIE MARGARET SEELEY Freshmen JEANNIE M. ROBERTS VIRGINIA M. HUTZEL CORINNE. E. KRENTLER VIRGINIA 11. OIADA DONNA K. JOION MARY A. RICH 0. JANE WALLACE Rum M. CORBETT KATE KEITH FIELD FRANCES E. CALVERT HELEN A. CONEY GERTRUDE BERN-TIMM ROIROWS RIOCLEY GOMM " V. CALVIHT ICRWITUIR V. OLDS D. JONES J. WALLACE JORINTON wilsOs FIELD •Unotrm pROcis DANCIR GLUM WASH MC GINTIR KARROO ' AMISH NORRIS ARNOLD cosnorrr WALLACE WELD AN DLDTWILD TCNNANT RICILICt READ HATHAWAY PLATT ROSE COOLEY K. LEWIS ROLLIE J. CALVERT J. OLDS NORTON IC LEWIS RARPOLL Sororit its Pounded University of Michigan 1886 PATRONEES Mat Jesse BEEVES MRS. HERHEICE SADLER MRS. BENZ TALEMON MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. ROBERT ANGELL MPS. CARL GEHRING MISS CAROUNK PATTENOILL Miss HELEN RAMA MRS. CARL GUTHR MRS GEORGIC PATTERSON MRS. CHRISTINE. BREED M106. HARRY HAWLEY NIEN WALTER PILIABURY Mgt JosErn BunsLEIr Mut. GRIFFITH HAYS MRS. HARRISON BANDS:LE Miss HARRIET BURY MRS. T. II. HILDENRRANDT MIRA GERALDINK RUSSELL MIAs MARGARET CAMERON MRS. HEITMAN KLEENK Mau. WILLIAM SELLEW Mass LyDIA CONGDON Miss AUCE LLOYD MICE. TEstax Mits. EARLE BOW MISS ANNA LLOYD MRS. EDWARD TUTTLE MRS. EDGAR BUMPER MRS. EARL V. MOORS Mits. PETER VAN HOVEN Mks. A. C. FURSTENBURG MRS. IIERHEEr G000locH Mom MARY WHEELER MIAs FLORENCE GREENE MIDI. CHARLES HIOLXY Mg.. KONERT WILKINS MSS. HAROLD MCCLURE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MART BAIRD, A.B. ELEANOR Palos . A.B. ISABEL HUBBARD Senior LOUISE STRATTON THEODORA 21IALOY MARE Roams Lout TILLEY VIRGINIA ARMS Junior LOUISA SOUKUP CLARA DOCKLAND THRACE.% CANNON KATIINILINE FITZPATRICK ELIZABETH SUNDERLAND LUJAN BURNAM LOUISE CODY KATHERINE. MENARD REBECCA ROI:RW:0 Sophomores JOSEPHINE QUARRY ELIZABETH BENNER MAURINE JACOB% FRANCES NOVY lIzEsnost SOUKUP Freshmen VIRGINIA LADD MARY SIGCLDS MARGARET THOMPSON ELLEN REEvm FLORRECK TAYLOR SDUKLIP RoinIAND SOY? MODER L. SoUltin CODY •URNAm C. woRLAND PrUPATRICE BAIRD R0111111111 RUKYRD STRATTON CASROW Anti Nazar MIMES TAYLOR LADD RANDIER RMS. THONPSSN MRS. HT.NRE BATTS MRS. WILLIAM FAUST LOUISE BREAKET VIRGINIA HANDLEY W4 Ii Sororities Founded Monmouth College 1867 BETA CHAPTER Established Etnn PATRONESSES MRs. ALBERT M. BARRETT ME.. ARIMIDALD DIACK MEL FRANcIA W. KELSEY Mn.. ALBERT A. STANLEY Mks. CABOT MILS. MARTIN L. D ' OOGE MRS. ISREAL C. RUSSELL MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. FREDERIC II. ALDRICH Mum. WARREN P. COOK MIDI. CARL HUBER MINS GENEVA SATTERTHWAITE MEL PAUL BARKER MRS. LAMM M. CORE Man. GORDON INROTION MRS. ROBERT L. SCHOOR MITA. CHARLES S. BERRY MHO. FRANK II. CROSS MINS JOSEPHINE LANG MINS ENTHER SEARED{ MISS AGNES BIRDSELL MIRA. ROBERT K. CURRY MEL GEORGE LEWIS MIRK. HERBERT SHAW MISS. Jong M. DIRK Mien. T. J. EVERETT MRS. WALTER V. MARSHALL Miss LYDIA TANNER Minn VIVIAN CHEATHAM Mits. Comae FISHER Mao.. RALPH MILLER MOM II EM1ERT UPTITN MRS. D. C. CHIPMAN Mks. HAT L. FISHER MIAs KATHERINE NORM: Mits. 1.1010Y C. WATERMAN Mann DOROTHY CHIPMAN Mks. OTTO W. HAMLET MINN Funtexer. NORTH MEI. ALBERT E. WHITE MINS HOPE CninaN Mit4. Hommt I.. Hmett MINN BEATRICE. OMANI; Mitt. ALTIOND II. WHITE MRS. PALMER CHRISTIAN MRS. HERBERT F. HICEn MRS. II EERY E. RIGGE MRS. Dog VAN WINKLE MRS. CHARLES D. COGSHALL MISS JUVA 1110111E MRS. Roy Ross MR.. GEORGE WULP MEMBERS IN FACULTY MINI MARGARET S. KELLER MINS MARION MCKINNEY Mitts DOROTHY Tin MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ELLEN AUSTIN MARGARET GILLEN MCKNIGRT Rem RWHARDsoN HELEN HALL MARION POWERS Seniors KATHERINE BIRD MARGARET M. GENTS RUTH M. LATHAM FLORA V. Srecurvg IIELEN E. WARNER MARY A. BURNS EDWINA HONE HENRIETTA McGoron NATALINE VINCENY1 MARY J. WHITE MARGARET L. CRARTON RUTH KITCIIEL FERN B. non MARGARET C. CURRAII Juniors ELOISE AVERY FRANCES E. Hammy EIJZARITTE DEVOL CAMILLA 111WIEL LORINDA MCANDREP DOROTHY BECK MARY W. CHASE MARGARET FATTED; VIRGINIA A. LOAKE HELEN PVC RUTH II. BELL RACHEL L. MORIN, Sophomores Hitt.Ex DOWNS MARION FINCH MARGARET G. MORIN MARIAN WARNER K. UTILE Wmtrm HELEN Joxere Immerse RAYEN MARY GAY VON BOESELAGER Freshmen DOROTHY J. BIRDZELL IIORTENSE GOADING JOSAF.LYN McLEAN KATHERINE SITTON D0ROTIMA WATERm Lust C. ELY Ault AL-Crum WINIFRED V. 1200T ELEANOR WALKINSHAW IIl NM. 11.5510N M ♦ A X NEI( Mufti • DOMINI RAVES %ERTEL NULL KIXL•Y Lisax MC ANDRFW WA: DR VON INNONLAGNIt NOSINICt StITCLIVIt CIMML WALLINCTOM ISINAM WHITR MC GOVCII WoODIOrn VINCNNTIWARNER SCNOT7 GIC412 RIND SONS MC I IAN WALK I Ns.. kW Mt I VI I. V aitiODING wA7 ERMAN NI R DZILL IONO siTTON .:(214R, Pape 41t Sororities Founded NIoninouth College 1870 BETA DELTA CHAPTER Established 1890 PATRONESSES DR. MARGARET BELL Nlits. A. 0. LxIc Mn. ix SENoWALI. MRS. A. S. WHITNEY Mn. SAMUEL MOORE M.P. STANLEY STEVENS MEMBERS IN CITY Mn. R. G. ADAMS MRS. EDWARD GREENE Mts. J. B. MOORE. MRS. WILLIAM Then MM, Wmunss G. Boom 8184. F. M. GKr.ENWoOD Mw.. ERWIN NEUSON MRS. HARVEY EMORY Mgt Jong IlgangLo Mbol A Olt DA IMMIX MRS. PHILLIP% PAVE, Mn. 11. S. Sung Mks. F. A. BYNUM MRS. P. S. Lovrjor MIME SARAH PARK% Miss E. BEARD MISS FANOIgS ( ' ROCKER Moo. K. MCMrloor MI01. ALMENT Pin MISS HELEN PRESTON Moot CATHERINE Cr01.11. M104. II. MALLORY MRS. A. B. PHILLIPS MIM MARION SATTERTH WAITE MRS. BOHKRT DETERLE MINH CYNTHIA MALLORY MM. B. B. WALKER Mn. WILLIAM COCHRON Mks. SAMUEL DONALDSON M.N. M. MAIDHIALL MIDI. SAMUEL Riots M EMBERS IN FACULTY Mg... E DWARD GREENE Mn. II. MALLORY • MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MARY BrIVINGTON EIJNolt B. PARKER ESTHER L. TUTTLE. A.B. Rum B. TUTTLE. A.B. EU LOIETH MCCRAE, A.B. Seniors MARJORIE BICIELOW MARION E. KEIOIER MARY ALICE Moogg MARION P. SEARLE G. 11104TER THOMPSON MAImiE A. BROOK MA lUORII: I. LEWIS HARRIETT ORR ALMA E. SCHEIRICH HELEN E. WFATCOTT PHYLUM It. HAAS CHARLOTTE F. YATES Juniors PHYLUMJ. GATOI ELERIDA J. PETERSON ELIZABETH R. RALSTON JOSEPHINE W. RANKIN LILLIAN B. SETCRELL Sophomore KATHLEEN M. BADGER Jemixtreg DAL.: VIRGINIA NIACLAMEN FRANCES M. S1,11.1Elts FRANCES W. WHIPPLE KATHERINE BROOM MARGARET II. KAMAN MART E. STUART BARBARA R. SWIFT Freshmen PAUUNK A. BOWE ECOENIE I. CHAPEL JANE M. IIELMEL MAUKINE V. KNOX DOROTHY I. SAMPLE Bragerre %DENY KATHERINE PERRIN M ROA REY I,. KEICI.ER ADEIAIDK R. MASON Az von raw. any: Awiny m•. IA WV: }WM RUNMO.K. I.V.r. ' I HOMPYIN SIGKI.OW Oral, WICHK L Ia.. rk.11.104,7, rARKII.It 411[11414dt MAX. LEWDMOOKK KNYSIg•KOOK VAR, on xflicOirt WHIPPI.St MCAULEY ItiMal. SANIPL8 KNOX NICKtalt WWI 4. HA PRI. tICRION K. MOON • Founded Syracuse University 1872 TIIETA CHAPTER Established ISO? Sororities IIFALV KOCH K. NIGH tORCH INCH WALWR • MC KKR KING liallyy, NOWAK KLINK WoOLWANSTO. SMITH MC GVIRK smASSTON HOWARD J. HOWARD K. RICHARD I VAULT% ORM " Main ARANYLD MC KKK GM% MC liiiJ-KND MOM1A11T MC CL URA V. MOULD. RICRARDN W CYMRU CH VIDUMAN WCSG ELMO111M A14115 MC CURDY 0 PATRONESSES MRS. ALTRED LLOYD MRS. Ricuseg Prreasox MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. J. IL HAYDEN MRS. DONALD MAY MISS MARJORIE PARKER MRS. MARCIA PETERRON MICR. GRACE RAIKEN MRS. W. B. limning MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss ANNE HINSHAW MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY FRANCES Lonax SEYDELL. Seniors RUTH HOWLETT VIDA MCCLURE Juniors CAROLYN !NOUS Dunornr McKEE Jtux PHELPS Sophomores NImuoma McGesns: Freshmen MARTHA KING HARRIET KLINE. K knit:10%z Korn MR.. JUNKS REAL IIARLEY HAYNE, MOW MARGARET REAL Man. RONKRT BRILLKEY MEC JAKIT11 CREW. Mx HARRY ClaREE MRS. Peaty DAsconin Miss FanscKs Gus ARTHUR IIROWN ANNA JANE CHURCHMAN PRELINA FLETCHER FLoacxeg Hoiscrm. VIRGINIA GIES TERESA Hums JANE HOWARD LUCILLE MCCLELLAND Hostreana Buyers Euson Eum.ricrox Bane IIYALT JANE INCH SIR,. En 1:0 ‘V %IIPRON 11010:14T M. WESLEY Man. Ftsurr Moos Miss MAROARET SMITH MEN. M. P. TILLEY Mills VERA WALLINGTON MIRK MARION WILLIAM. MR . GT.ORGE WYMAN Man. DoroLAs Loxri: EIJKADETH NICCCRDY HELEN RICHARDS Catawasx Scitrurs EDNA RICHARDS VIRGINIA SCRUM EMMY Lot? Sam JANET WOODMANSEE " {ARRA RA 1.01E11 BETTY McKER Itarrr Sum Riven WA IAER Pan 311 ?z,fi itUat, G. • es, 5 Sororities 7 rill— ,gE Founded Boston University ISM IOTA CHAPTER Established 1894 Re-established 1914 NI mi. HORATIO ABBOTT Mits. CARL BRAUN MRS. J. C. CHRISTENSEN PATRONESSES MIX. ARNOLD H. Gums MISS EDWARD KR US MIOL CHARLES MILLEN Man. THOXAS Remn Mnit. Currinos Woonv MEMBERS IN CITY Mits. STEPHENS ATWOOD MRS. H. V. JENNINGS Mum Einem Roll MRS. INEZ HORARTII MRS. Hotta Kivu Mass GRACE RICHARDS AIRS. JOHN L. BRUMM Mitn. E. H. KRAUS MISS E. SAWYER MRS. MAHLON Berm. MRS. CHARM. LEWIS MRS SIMS MKS ARTHUR ( ' OVERT MRS. T. A. Lowrie MRS P. SLOT SON MRS SAMUEL MACK MISS HELEN C. MCCALI.UN Mits. M. Scow: MRS. CARL FORTUNE. MRS 0. 0. Melannit MINS MARION STORE. MRS. W. A. PRAYER MRS. CHARLES MILLEN MISS ALTERA SUPER.E0 MRS. C. C. FRIES MRS. GEORGE MILLER MISS DORIS TWITCHELL MRS. EDWIN GODDARD MK . A. T. MONTGOMERY MRIL ROBERT WILUAbla MISS DOROTHY HARD Mow MARTHA Moog Mos. Curronu WOODY Sites ELIZABETH HANTINGS MHOS LOEWE NEISON Mn.,. Lnion Vries° MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss BEATRICE JOHNSON MISS GRACE MANSON Miss GRACE RICHARDS Euxv often Am ERIN.: Mkt JUNE MARSHALL DELIGHT H. C. BERG LnILE T. JOHNSON EDITH LAURENDINE M. JANE SAGE. JD Rio ' s KATHRYN E. BUTLER MARY FOSTER ELEANOR Jr...Mint DOROTHY E. TRERILCOCK ELIZABETH CAMPBELL ELAINE Fiterse Wrowstmo LUTUI ALICE UNDERWOOD PAULINE FAST NANCY GRIER Dolan K. RENEENNERGER DOROTHY WHITING DOROTHY FLYNN MARY HA RRIGA N Aunt C. STEVENSON DOROTHY VAN WA liewr.xsuRO Sophomores LOIS AMERINE 01U A BRA ( ' N VIRGINIA HOSIC HELEN KRUEGER MARGUERITE IIMIR MARY CATLIN Meru: KRETE CATHERINE MCCOLL Freshmen VIOLET A SSOHGE JOIIANNA K A NA N EN A 01KRINI: MONTGOMERY JANE. SMALLMAX ELIZABETH ( ' OVERT MARY MCCALL CATHERINE POLLOCK MARIE WESTIN AGNES GRAHAM ALICE MERRICK MAUD SARGENT LOUDON GRAMM HOLIC MONTGOMERY EATS ESL R SASS MC COLL WRACK CRONXIAN VAN ZWALUWENRURG POSTER sTEVILNSON VAST IHTIER RUMILNWHIGER ' LYNN WESTIN JIII7R11111 GERI VIGLERWOoD TRES L[0CE non LAMS ABMs, RAGS sue MARSHALL LAU RENDUS JONNEON WHITING fAMPSLL YC CALL GRAHAM HARSJGAS SARUM POLLOCK COVREt MICR HOZ sUALLMAN L. ALUMNI (Army ANIOCOS Founded De Pause University 1885 THETA ' CHAPTER Estal4itherl IS9ti NI Kw (7111DITY.11 RAPINES %lets. C. O. DAVIS Mits. A. J. DONNELLY MIiN NISI VERO FERREE PATRONESSES NInit. C. C. GLOVER MR». GLEN OVERTONE Nlitit. 1. L. RENNICLE NI us. MAIIKL RHEAD %IRS. RALPII Sc110111.1%., It. W. SELI.ARN Mitt A. J. Wm.: MEMBERS IN CITY Mxn. NIIIRILAT GOODRIcH Mut. MAYNARD NEWTON Mn... ROBERT HOWELL Mits. Ratan) NICELY Mw.. CHARLDI EVER MRS. HARRY NICHOLS MKS. RunNEL MALCOLM MINI ISABEL NICHOLS MM.,. LYON MILLER MLR. WILLIAM SHAVER MR.N. IIARRT MILL. MRS. WALTER STAMMER MEMBERS IN FACULTY Mits. HAROLD TROPIPEII MICA W. C. Than: MIDI. N. YETZIE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY E. IAMIRAINK TRACT Mn..,:,. E. WHITE Seniors ELAINE. E. Unvsnal EUIA L. MACK GENTRCIW. L. STINE HELEN 11 S KATHERINE 01IMING VIRGINIA E. TICK JEANNE M. HOLLAND GERALDINE L. PORTER LENORE M. WALDRON ELEANOR T. Hour F. ESTHER RICKER Juniors ANNE. B. HARDT EMILY P. MALCOLM RACHEL F. RAMSEY ELOISE M. MARNA I: HELEN F. PARMENTER ALMA N. TENNEY EDNA MAT Jussixas Fttaxerat E. RAE AILEEN M. Tito Sophomores MARGARET E. FAX MIRIAM KELLAM DOROTHY J. LILLIAN 1.. FENSTERMACHER KATHERINE PETE RAON RUTH I.. Tun Freshmen EDWINA N. JENNET ETHER M. 51nm:wit Curio: R. PORTER DOROTHY L. MALCOLM CHARU)TTE MA CUIETscil MARIAN W. TEMPLEToN Maw. Jolts BARNES MBA. ARTIICR CARLTON Miss Lu, CONDON Mn. C. O. DAVIS Mits. DAVID GLASS 511a. C. C. Ulundi NInis FLotis SrEva: CATII Y.RI NE SERER DOROTHY I.. ACKERMAN MARIAN 0. Itstonin I ' Ar LINE DIMIL. EliZADETII F. GREGORY FLORENCE L. REMAIN bongLoc CHARLES MARY CRAMMED ALICE M. CHARLIM 1)011415 I. DENSMORE IVAUTA GLASCOCK II ELEN K. RAWER Ulna I LA 13 t $ ; 49. , 1: Ms...1101M VSVSIEJOIACH•11. CH ' ALE " 10611.1k niPIATON ROA ' , SIIWWY OHMS. MINK WHITS PARIISNISII V1:0 RAC IIAINAII MOTIAIN 1 .1.POLV SZMIll HARDY ACKXKIAN WALDRON! MARTHA.: V. TeX 1 1,0[10.1. CAWS= O. PORTS GM:WHY THAW ' MAO: HOLLAND 01134PH. nmutitotsr mAtisETS01 MALCOLM %Tow CI 00410C1C POOR mono P. ciAniultu ANNE% Somrifin Founded University of Michigan 1900 Al.PlIA CHAPTER Med ical F Itn. 111 ' 011 CA 00T BR. ELIZAKEW BALLET Maas E. NI. Boson. M.D. PATRONF.SSES Mx,.. R. BISHOP CANFIELD NI km. RI:1111:N PETERSON MEMBEILS IN CITY Min. Davin M. Cowin. M.D. Mins 1. Ou , M.D. Dm. Euzanimi llcYhCu Dn. Jr.moix Sous MEMBERS IN FACULTY BR. MARGARET BELL DR. EDITH SAPPINI:ToN I:MLA R. Alibis BUMS CBI M. WARD CRACK V. GORHAM. A.B. Runt C. Gmationat. A.R. B MADER KU:1E11E104EL. A.B. Senior. Mn. HELgs P. LANTING, A.B. MiLonsco NteltoLui. A.R. Juniors GERTRUDE MITCHELL, A.B. IIELEN K. PIOSTON, A.R. RACHEL STEPHENS, A.B. MRS. 1.001 NI. Taunus, R.N. RCM 1141.10LICV ARLICNC B. SCHLOTT. It S. Mut. MRLIIIIIA WORM A.B.. M.A. Sophomore SARAH BISHOP, A.R. CERALDINE SAWTEII. A.B. TRYPIIRNA lleYHxgy. A.B.. A.M. Macs Scramt. B.S. Mum LAVING MACKAVr. A.B., A.M. M %MANN% SMALLEY. A.B. MARIE. PIMP:COUCH Gni Uung.taxa EVIILYN WERE DOROTHY Wircia.rn. A.B. Inn WILlint A.R. LITALAGOE HURCOVICH caltetaan.• A•DIS MITORIL SUMPHIQU 10.440P unaatZE V,WY ICUICH4SIPLEL QUIGLEY MEW sc.H1rni Moan. GoESAM TASTING awn. " wit. MOM PRICRION (ONARD REEL, Mann NkliotAl ;17 I Founded Cincinnati Conservatory 1903 II 1.II Man. Jrxas BEAL MRS. Ev morn BROWN M 04. PALMER CHRISTIAN MIts. F. A. CoLLER AZli PIII EPSILON National Honorary Musical Sorority PATRONESSES Mits. H. B. EARHART MRS. C. W. GILL MRS. ARNOLD GOSS M Rs. CHAHLTM SINK Nita. Ikon Thant: M.9. J. J. WALSER MRS. FIELDING YOST MEMBERS IN CITY MARGARET CALVERT JUVA Monte HELEN LAYTINO E LIZABETH COPELAND VERA JOHNSON EMILY MUTTER FRANCES COPELAND DOROTHY JAMES Mws. Jxo. Wont:, MEMBEILS IN FACULTY MRS. GRACE. JOUNSON.KOSOLD MINN THELMA LEWIS Miss NELSON Mina EDITH Knox Mots. MARGARET MACGREGOR MISS MAE. STRONG MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MARY ALICE. CASE. A.B. Itrin Jou xaox ALICE MANDERBACH THELMA VELMA VERA JOHNSON RUTH MOORE GERTRUDE FREDERICK. B.M. MRS. MARGARET MAIGRICGoR BERNICE. WiLsON, 1131. TYRIL BURMAN Seniors CAROUSE SLErnts CAROL CHANDLER HELEN HARTMAN FERN Senor,. MILDRED STANGER VIRGINIA HAMISTER CATIIERINE MINK DOROTHY SIMMONS Juniors JEAN Bram: ELIZABETH EARIIART DORIS SHOTWELL MARJORIE SMITH MADELINE BROOKS Sophomores GENEVIEVK GROTET AUDREY HAVER MARJORIE MCCLUNG Donom MILLER Freshmen CLARE Cox:roar MARGUERITE HENRY KATHLEEN Moto rtil K A ToRIONos. MARGARET COPELAND ERMA Lunar. KRorr EMILY BANDA LL • SI, Mt! I) MA 1.1.1 ' ,I. ML ' tillY LAI TIN, ..Is11 nt111 TON RANDALL IntSitv nook, 7011 IMCSON SRI -a t.ONN 141.104AN {NANNY! (1.11% GRIPVIV MOCK RIANGRI MAYO MUCOMM I•• HAWIMAN MAMLSTMt SLKVICICA KOOS LaVVM SLICI•ON11 KILLER XONOLD CALM.? Page ;IS Sororities Founded University of Michigan 1901 • ALPHA CHAPTER School of Music SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Mew. Rs Len A 10 L H Mkt flExav Bsersi Mw.. S. L BIGEIOW Mats. ' oaten A. Itultsmai Mas. MUCH CABOT MRS. 0. J. CAMPBELL Mew. R. B. CANFIELD PATRONESSES Men. JAMES W. GLOVER MRS. J. J. GOODYEAR Mae. G. CARL LIEBER Mts. Gamma LANOFORO MRS. ALFRED II. LLOYD MRS. F:II I L Loacn MRS. W. A. MCLAUGHLIN SIRS. EARL V. SIOORI Mew. G. W. Parnewon NR... Raungx Parnaos MEW S. Si. STANTON Slew. L. A. STEALS Mita. M. P. Tna.ar MEMBERS IN CITY Mess. N. F. BURNS Mies. E. A. GALLUP Miss ANNA Lunn MISS ELIZABETH CAMPBELL SI nos LOUISE GAYLORD Meta. S. W. MowER MIDI FRANCES CASPAR! Slim. VIEGINIA 110111OUGODDARD Slow ODINA OISON Slsta. C. W. CHADWICK Shut. CARL Galenist, Men. HELLS SNYDER Shot. EMMA F. Comma Slew. Long A. HOPICINS Miss. G. F. Tnomrsosi Mess IThysts EssiOsTYN Slew. WALTER F. HUNT SIRS. CLYDE WILSON MEMBERS IN FACULTY MRS. HARRY BOWER MISS MARTHA MERICLE SIRS. MARLE BREAD MIS NORA C. HUNT Mew. MsrD OKKELBERO MOM NELL STO•KWELL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MRS. L. GRANT BALDWIN Mess CECILIA Fix A.B. Miss MARTHA GUERNSEY. Pfl.D. MOW ROUSSEAU CRISWELL. A.B. Mess Auca LLOYD HELEN A. FAGG Seniors VIRGINIA TICE LUCILLE Mown MARY ALICE MOORE FR • MINA NIEFIR AY DOROTHY WILSON CATHERINE BACKUS Juniors MARY Monaca OPAL COOTS. LONG DAVIS HELEN GOULD DORIS STANDISH JUANITA CAHILL MARGUERITE DRYER HARRIET MINE ARLENE SCRLOYT KATE KIETH FIELD Sophomores LUCILLE STRAUPPI Itmerts A FLO ANNETTE KNIGHT FILANCES MOREHOVME BETTY SCTIOCHIAND Freshmen DOROTHY K I N.: FRANCES NNW PLO SCHLOTT XING STAN DIM. PICK ( AMU. DRYER moors COOLY. SLIMS., COULD PAC Itt ' S MAIM ' KNIGIII VINE SLITICOU-AN 0 MOWS SZIFCIIT LILGG WILfOX TICE tDDV • a Founded Univenity of Arkansas 1895 ETA CHAPTER Established 190.; PATRONESSES MRS. MARGARET BIRD NI na. It. W. Emmaus MRS. J. F. Romeo Mars E. K. Howson Mina SAMUEL T. DANA Mits. I.. C. KARIONNKI MEMBERS IX CITY DR. MARGARET ARMSTRONG MM.. I ' . B. Moon( Mon. E. U. MITIRELL Mos. F. E. Itattrau. NI NN. THOMAS HA MOP( Moss FLORENcE Mona Mn.,. MARY BRANSON Mos. W. J. MRS. D. II. PARKER Mom IItsuo Bunions NI to. R. II. KAMP1110:11:14 MRS. C. H. Rosa Mon MARGARET DIXON Mks. CUVIORD KEEN MR.1..1. 0. ScHIA TTERNEcK MIDS. W. E. Dumont ' Miss KATHERINE KENNEDY MIAs 1.0NA TINKHAM Mks. J. F. Elms RWIIARD (110:041RY ME . C. CrTilEgkon: Mt.. E. C. GODDARD MIDI. F. I). MaNarrEE MEN. I ' . S. WELCH MEMBERS IN FACULTY Nina. DONNA F.SSEUITYNE Moo MARTHA GUERNSEY. Poi). MO.: PAULINE KAMER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY VIVIAN BULIAICH DOROTHY HILLMA N RoisMITA MINTER JOAN GOEBEL. A.B. MANY KAMPINNEI. A.R. FRANCES RAITEDI, A.B. MARGARET HIFINCICKL. A.B. Downy, Sammor Lucy A. Atom Senior.. EDITH THOMAS DOROTHY J. CARTER ISABEL B. FRIDAY E. JANET Loom Oust E. TODD MARJORIE A. DALTON ESTHER E. thosont HaLan 11. NIELenaan !trot C. WEBER Juniors RUni BISHOT MA ROA RET C. WANTON CLARA NI. MITCHELL MARGARET J. Rolm.. R. JANET COCHRAN GRACE I.. LEONARD MACE M. MORROWS MANILA 1E7 S1141.Ky Aura B. CRANE Euzasernt M. Laltor MARJORIE MUTELY JANET E. TUTTLE ins A. GILMAN ELIZABETH M. MAXEY GLADYS W. RAITER ELEANOR E. WHITMAN Runt ANDERSON Sophomore.. VIRGINIA R. SCHUMACHER ELIZABETH B. !Iowan° Curer E. :MATTHEW MARGARET I.. NEUMANN CATHERINE H. TODD Lonna KA NrmsEt OLIVE I.. MATTHEW, KATUKRINE S. WILCOX Runt M. ALLISON Freskstes RUTH S. MATIIER HELEN E. Iltursorax HELEN M. KITZMILLEK CLARA JEAN 1.1:1711 MARY M. MCCLURE )INN. C. H. KAUTEMAN M Rs. L. W. °ono sr NI Obi. C. L. WAPHINURNE MAXEY SISLEY MIN " LY HOWARD WILCOX C TODD KAREINSICI CO A NE fluorin MITCHELL reraN MORRISON ItAXIoN COCHRAN WHITMAN wane GILMAN IX ROY WERRA AUSTIN TMOMAS 111010P 0. TODD FRIDAY LOGI. DALTON GIESLER ENCORES NM TSIANN MATTHEW MATT HEWS A N DEInoN TRONARD KIT MILT KR ALL WIN MATHER Isrim MC (CORK 411 ' r‘ Per 4to MIEL ALAN SHEELER MRIL ARTIER STACN MIAs JULIA WILCOX PATRONESSES GEORGE. Mot Mits. (havit. MOE. MOW CATHERINE MOROAN Nina. GEORGE Flew Mini. FRANK Daring MIDS. WILIJAH MCLAUGHLIN Sororities TT? " " Founded University of Michigan 1912 ALPIIA CHAPTER MIRK MAROARET CARET Ass EILEEN DANAHUE ELIZABETH BLACK MARY BOWES BEATRICE COWAN MAROARET BRADY Jr.axgrra 1 nosat.git GENESIEVIC GALLAGHER JUsEPHINE CARET JULIA MAY CONLIN ALICE ENTABROOK MARY Euzaarrn DCNX MARY HICKEY MEMBERS IX CITY MRS. LAURA DUMITON MR,. FRED EXEMINGER MISS KATHLEEN KELLEHER Seniors KATHLEEN DONOVAN !NENE DECIIKE IRENE FINNEGAN JIWAI IC Fox Juniors EDNA MCKINLEY DOROTHY NAGEL Auce Qvgido CATHEIUNIC RENIRAN Sophomore. MARIAN FERENCY VIRGINIA IIANLON DOROTHY HICKEY Freak men IIELEN MrCaRrur MORAYNE PODERTA MIRE ELM 01KM MURPHY MRIL JOSEPHINE QUARRY DOILWE LACORE MARGUERITE MAURICE THOMA SUTTON ANNA ROBE Cuing SIMMONS JOSEPHINE WEDK ::: : E m Aortic LALLY LEIJA RineiliA X FLORENCE SWUM MARGARET SCOTT Ilitt,XXIIAlte RC IIINUEY PZIWINCV LALLY ENIA NOOK ' TIER% .ICSAN GALLAGIOLIt D. MCKAY C. DIGNIIIAN %DIDION, WIDWADDICk 110•• COIINSLLA READY SUTTON VINNRCAN DR INCA DONOVAN CODAS tA COAX BLACK OTT Mt IARTIIY L. DENINAN O11 11O DICKEY CODIDTA CARRYDENS MOOD Page Sororities Founded Lomtord College 1893 ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER Established 1979 Mks. MARGARET BUFFINGTON MIAs F. A. CoLLEK Mato R. W. COWDEN MIES. A. R. CRITTENDEN MIAs. GODDARD Mlis. BARTWICE Mts. C. P. BRIGGS MORN FERN M. BRITTAIN 31101. J.. . COX MRS. R. W. COWDEN RUT ' S BACON ANNA DUNLAP JOSEPHINE Foxier ESTHER ANDERSON CLARE CAPES MARGARET COPELAND PAULINE DARBYSIIIRE LAURA COOLING ELEZE CONNELL ' MAROARET DAVIS PATRONESSES Mits. II. E. KEELER MILS. T. S. LANGFORD MRS. C. J. Leos. Nlits. J. RALEIGH NELSON Mats. W. W. S1ns. ph OHLINGRIL MEMBERS IN CITY Mies. A. R. CRITTENDEN MISS HELEN BOrlIREIN Slur. R. B. BULL Minn. G. C. Ern: MENIBERS IN UNIVERSITY Senio " I.:Lusatia FRIDAY MARION GOODALE Loitr.NK Hoer " mitt " NImuolciE VOLLMER MARIAN GEM MANTECA Grow: HELEN BARTER HARRIET HENDERLONO Sophomores JUNE FOSLEK MARGARET BARRI, LOCELLA LAWTON Freeltasen Rout Otto MARJORIE VATTERAON MRA. II. II. SEELEY NI Ks. A. F. SHELL Slew. C. C. STURGIS Mits. C. D. THORPE Mas. N. 11. IVILLIA 34% MIM MALIEL VAN KLEEK MISS CATHERINE I.. Si III IX . Mao A. P. SHULL MRS. WILLIAM STEER MRS. C. D. ThogrE PRA MINA MURRAT Aoxns tint:Lott IRMA SA NZENBACIIER Aunt: LAWRIE MARIAN WOO:VA LD MARGARET MILLER GEORGIA VANDAWAREER KATHERINE McMults%1 " Runt OSBORNE JANE THAYER I IniXR CODLING WC 14 t ' lltAV CONNIEI.I I lilt 111..,14.14LUNG DAN brs1111101; GLOM. FOLLIalt ANIAL CION 11AK Mk (ATER .111 A• •0I.LV SAS2ENIIACIIIM GOODALK RIST DUNLAP ItSIGART HAIIOS THAVI01 OTT. CAI if Matt PATTIVOON ESLAT aI ate‘t Ix Page hif Sororities Founded Virginia Stale Normal 1898 ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER Established 1920 MRS. RAY MeAuisg MRS. L. J. CARR MRS. EDWIN DICKINSON PATRONESSES Mss. CLARE GRIFFIN MRS. JANIS! HODGES MRS. RALPH LAWYER MEMBERS IN CITY M104. WILLIAM A. PATON MRS. PRA NR STEVENS MRS. FRANK WILSON MRS. Rs Len Most TI MIR% HRLEN KAGAY KIHICCA MACK MARION Reattnet HELEN I)OYLE G RACK ERWIN HELEN GESTINE ANITA BAC ICUS EVERTS BLAIR M ILDRED CASSIDY Lomat A USIA MARGARET RA RTHOLIC VIRGINIA HARRINGTON Seniors AGNES HOPTMAN ELEANOR JACKSON CA ROLT N KELLY DOROTHY EMIT Juniors VIRGINIA EARL HELEN GKRARD MARION LICH Sophomore, SALVE BUCKLEY ET ELT N FORMIC E Freshmen Donis LITRIRSRERGKR Jr IJA DICKSON MOTTI ER MERLE RAISE MAROC MUTE ROSY ELEANOR SHORT DOROTHY WEED MARGARET On MON DOROTHY STRAV• CORNEIJA THOMPSON GRACE HAMILTON DORI WY MA LONE ESTER Run I 3, q so 4 MASON. LIGHNISOOSa FISSOFItt D. ICKSHORTSI WRVS SARI1IOLIC THOMPSON RIXXLSY •D SLR VINGSRLIC NAMILTON LLOYD MAWR KARL KIRBY GIRARD CASSIDY OIRSION nee LAIR WYCHNt JACKSON MORT ROSY [PLY HOIFILIS ERWIN •URINLIN DOTS RAINS Founded Virginia State Normal School 1897 ZETA CHAPTER Established 1921 PATRONESSES MIDI. CLIFFORD BACHER NI Es. CitA am ' W. EDMUNDS MARS ETHEL MCCORMICK MRS. BENJAMIN IlAtLET M as. WA Ler it F. BICNT MRS. CLIFFORD MELOCHE MRK. ROY W. COWDEN MRS. SOLOMON Ctsontunt MRS. EDSON SUNDERLAND MEMBERS IN CITY MR.. REEHERT Blast no EL M. JOHN R. Hearn MINI DOROTHY OGRORN MRS. C. CROSBY Miss ELLA HYMANS MIDI. CARL Burns MRS. DAHLBERG NI oak ADA INGIJK Miss ELLEN STEVENSON MRS. GDIESYMAX MRS. HAROLD JOHNSON Mn,.. E. R. SUNDERLAND MRS. ELSIE HAUT WALD MRS. ALRERY EERIJKOWSKI MINK. HERBERT TWINING MISS NELLtx HOOVER MRS. LEON AiAKIELSKI MISS JULIA F. WltaoN MRS. C. C. M Ewen e MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss NELLIE HOOVER Mutt. ALLEN Sea ion Mass ELLEN STEVENSON Euratom. NIttreosn J man K Cuuncet BOMAR HANKINSON MARION KERN SHIRLEY MCDOWELL IRENE. COOK Dona Hunts ETHEL ELINDE AAA N FLORENCE I ' ANGRORN VIRGINIA COOPER JANET Jour, ' HELEN LA w Lr.s PA LINE SPRING Juniors HELEN CRAKE E KATHRYN EVANS HELEN GROSS ALICE SMITH REBECCA COLE MARY EVANS FLORENCE MAPLE EvaLrn Witten. Lots COSSAR HELEN FELWWS GRACE NEAL ELIZABETH ZABEL ELEANOR DEW DOROTHY GOODRIDGE VIRGINIA PARE ITER Sophomore. MARION BROCK LUCILLE COSSAR FRANCES MILLER LOUISA Rcono Lt. HELEN CHERVER HILDA FELREE CLARA PARKINSON SUNDERLAND ELEANOR COOKE JANNEY MICHAEL JANE. ROBINSON ELIZABETH SUNDERLAND Freshmen DOROTHY AONEW Domani p FELAKE. MARJORIE IICNT JOSEPHINE SIERSZIA SA LIJE ENSMINOER Etna BETH GERRARD REEK ANNA TERHARDT ...ERHARD1 o. F KAAKR KNAMINCJil COOKR MICHAEL E. A ANDEALAN to 50M.“.• IA NI TV.1111%1107 4APAAR A. AVECIEELAND AIII.XVEll LOS% COLAAIll K. EVAN] %MIMIAZ Alc.A. DILLEM smug M. [VANN SEAL LA MCA NICKS PINES (MOPE MAPLE COOL ussisit SPRING MC DOWYLL GROAN MC SM10,11 KERR PARMAISII WOK (1117ECH ELANDS:SWAN • • • wie iS 11 ) Par 414 ✓ Sororities Founded Hainan] College 1909 PI CHAPTER Esr aUished net N1tot. I. taco SHARYMAX MARTIN JULIETTE COHEN GOLDTE FICKREK MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. MORITZ LEVY Man. Ntwis FIRER MEMBERS IN CN1VERSITY ELIZABETH STERN Seniors CA MIEN G R RENO ERG SYLVIA STONE Contxsr. S40 WARR BABLINZ UNGER 11Etzs Aomen DOROTHY BLoom EWA BRIX PITHS Ewen ABRAHAMSON ELIZABETH CORN JANE COHEN BEATRICE EHRLICH Juniors MIRIAM BERRA (;otAn.AWsMr SALLY NRYIERLANDElt Sophomores 110 AM FIN ITER WALL Freshmen JEAN GOLDENBERG Imam LEVI PHYLLIS ORNSTEIN Downie TOVPT MARIAN VAN VLIET BEATRICE WEIL SYLVIA LAX DORIS NATION IIRLEN SISITNER STLVIA WEIRS TOM 1. CAIIPA LAX `MIAMI ANIKII UNGER MARTIN ARRANAMIoN cattN PEW; %OMAR VAN MUM WM R. COLOILNOICRG O N MIX 01INSIKIN WLl.% Clinic II sansiot LEVI OW `• AfAnnafStgra . . IS ' G O Sororitieg • Founded Barnard College 1897 OMICRON PI CHAPTER Estab!irked ton M118. R. W. BUNTING MM. J. C. Conan MISS ALTA ATKINSON SARAH A. BONIER MRS. W. G. BUROMAN Mita. H. DUDLEY MRS. LUELLA FRANCS Domerne Char BURGER DOROTHY L. GATES CYNTHIA C. HAWKINS PATRONESSES MM. W. [NOUS Matt. W. W. KRAG MEMBERS IN CITY ins Gantsentatits MARY KENT-MILLER Mn,.. LOHMAN MISS ELIZABETH MACDERMONT Mn,.. E. MOMM Matt. N. Net.son MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MRS. GERALD Pox. M.A. Seniors SA RA II KNOX LEONE Lac M um E. F. LLOYD MRS. C. T. OLMSTED Mout. C. N. SCHMALTZ MRS. M. Usnanwooto MRS. L. I). VAN ANTWERP This. P. C. WAGNER MRS. G. WALL ELIZABETH V. PARKER MAROARET A. SMITH MANY LOCISE TAYLOR BIAPOI011 I.. BACON Lon. G. Cowart Lat.. E. CHUMP ELIZABETH B. CUTTER MART LOUISE BEHTMER JEAN M. BOSWELL KATHLEEN E. CLIFFORD MARIE M. EDINOTON MARGARET I.. GILBERT GINEVRA GINN Juniors ELIZABETH M. IIEMENGER DORIS II. KUHN HELEN II. MAYNARD ELIZABETH G. HURLEY Sophomores HELEN It. GAY DOROTHY V. HALL GRACE L. NIANRECK Freshmen ALICE E. Maenawn Euzsacen M. Norms MARIE C WAGNER MARY C. ROACH FRANCM S. SACKETT JANE E. WERATER GERALDINE E. WILKINSON ALBERTINA A. MAWS D. JANE MIL,DINGER ERNMITINI; E. WAGNER RUTH E. VAN TI TL ELI IA 11 ETU G. WHEELER It MTH M. WILKINW N % ' LEMON WAGNER GIL BERT HIFIBILEY HALL WAGNER MANSECK GAY MONDINCER SOINGTON MAILIN •XN TOYL CUEFORD BOSWELL BRIOXIER BACON GRUMP coma Mat= MAYNARD IOXIENGYJI ROACH %EATER ...FOOTE WILKINEON GATIIN MUIR HAWKINS LEX PARKER KNOX RACKET, Pap. 46 Founded Miami University 1902 ALPHA ETA CHAPTER Established 191: Muir. J. C. BRIER MRS. BERNICE (71AWSE14 PATRONESSES MUSS NORA CRANE HUNT Mw.. C. E. Lon MBA. L. J. Roves Mss. B. IIYDC MRS. R. ISAACS MRS. J. SUMNER MEW C. EPJOIIN JEAN BONOWEEL LCAYNIC BUDGE ELIZABETH (7RONIS Jr-sx DANK BENMCHOTF.N MEMBERS IN FACULTY Mx.. LYDA KERN MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY ALBERTA SHANK. A.B. Seniors Snis-Ev Kura CONSTANCE LAKE DOROTHY LYONS DORA NICHOLS MEMBERS IN CITY Mx.. C. KFASIKR NINA PHIL BRUT PULVER VIRGINIA SCHURIIR711 Jonsenixt SIMONS VIRGINIA WARD CATHERINE BACKUS MARGUERITE CORNELL Rrnu Dow HELEN Fox DOPIOTH V HAAS MARY SLITN LACRY.7TA TOWNSEND Row; TowxsLEY FRANCES VINCENT KATH E RI NE WASHINGTON Juniors Brett BASEL HELEN HEILER GRACE 110CSE MARION HCBRARD RCM MATTESON ELEANOR HARLOW Sophomores EDYTHE SNYDER BERNICE ENDLWR PscLun Gamow; MARGARET STA LEER Freshmen 1.or no: RINTZ MARION LOVE COSNICLL MANXMAN PHIL WAITRON LARK • : NICHOL% TOPPOIEND SAC 0.14 PIZILISII PDX In. POPSY WARP IIXNKSOPIN SEDGE XING CRONIN CERAM It L. PR la II RIPON% IP WANHI.MIN !OMENS GROWING LOCK MAT% MV BOARD ILP4LOW ' ,NYDER NMI( H Pao in Sororities Founded Syracuse University 1901 ALPIIA BETA CHAPTER Established 1922 MRS. WALTER BADGER Ma I.. M. Blortam HELEN ANDRUS HELEN CHAPIN FLORENCE CLARK GENEVIEVE CAMPBELL MURIEL CAREY Hann Darvolse MILDRED FRANDSEN VIOLET BIDORWAY KATHRYN BURT MADELON ANDRUS VIRGINIA COLLEN Avon COOK FLORENCE H. Hancock PATRONESSES Mks. B. II. CI ' NTIR MRS. A. W. Noon: WALTER FORD MEMBERS IN CITY JOsEPHINE COMPTON GERTRUDE MANIVARINO Runt McColl ' MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY VIVIAN Hamm. A.B. Seniors SELMA JANSON AxoATH JOHNSON NATALIE KNApP HELEN CAMPBELL ?Kasen% FoinEN KATHERINE BAOIEDORN Sophomores FLoaksirs: FRANDSEN ANDKINA ITERSoN Freshmen JEANETTE Sri. R EHNEN VIRGINIA SCOTT NI R%. Gnonot C Mits. 1).3. Tong, VIOLET B. PARKER Heir DALE PARKER MARGARET STALKER BERNADINE MALAY MARGARET MIRIIV.LD KATHERINE MCKINVEN Rum BEIM VIRGINIA MCCREERT HELEN WORKMAN .11%NE SI• M KIN Me WHIN WI FRANCEs THORNTON MARJORIE Unsex WILLI•70% IL CAMPAEI I COLt LS Y. Mc INIERY K %COVEYA% Y. YCAND%ZN KNAPP CAMIT MYNAS tAMPIALL 10111 1•ON MALAY JAWSON INC% MC KINVIN Y. YRANDVCI RIMS DAM 964:111t01.10t %COTT IVE101101 IINCOCIC IBIDGEWAV TIUMENION (DUI UPON MC NYAILL. PULE !SAGINAW IIALNI.11111) PATRONESSES Mitt 4. VAN BUREN Msg. H. lIourgiss Agnerre Ftnnen IIELEN M. %Aurae.. MP:NIHERS IN UNIVERSITY GERMAINE BAKIL A.R. Senior. Donom M. CLAYMAN GRACE S. EDELMAN FRIEDA BOLOTIN TYNEL S. BURMAN Eveurs I). Chou. SYLVIA FISHER NORMA BROWS Mourner H. FISEBERO BUM FRIEDMAN Juniors LILIJAN J. KOVINSAY Sophomores ANNE GoLDneno SYLVIA R. KLEIN BERNICE J. lAirkowin Freakmen HELEN G. GOODMAN SYLVIA KLINE. THELMA H. LAIDMAN BERNICE L. SOLOMAN VIVIAN II. ZINIY ETHEL I. ZOLTR GLADYVA LOWENNERO BIRDIE SIRMARTA HELEN F. WALDMAN KLEIN %Vet MUM 1. LIWKOMITZ ISIALOMO GOLODZIKI MOT CLAYMAN SWUM SOLOMON IRPRMAX KOKI-MAN P. WALDMAN KOVINSEV PI.YSWKM I AMMAN KLINE PROVO: I...ALUM V: WM OTIN GOODMAN PO MAU 2 LOWYL PPIG Page 4;•:. Sororil ies Founded Hunter College 1913 ETA CHAPTER Rstablished 19t2 • PATRONESSES MICA. WELL " I. IhessErr MRS. CHARLES W. COOK Mw.. Long A. HOPKINS MEMBERS IN Clegl Mum JOHN W. Awn NRs. WELDON P. Hat Mms AMBER ROYCE MRS. WENDELL BERGE MRS. ClIARLDS II. JOHNSON Mts. ROYCE MI01. ROBERT E CHAPMAN NINA GEORGIA K. PEET MILS WILUAM H. BUTEN NINA. ELVER E. ETTINGER MINA OUVE A. WALKER MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss News D. SWAN. A.M. Mos DOROTHY D. COLBY. MS. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY 1.IIJAN M. GREEN. A.B. MARY E. IlnougoToN. A.B. GENEVIEVE A. WATKINS NIAURINE L. JONES. A.B. Seniors ELEANOR R. CORTELL MARION E. FISHER VELMA E. JOHNSON WILMA CRAMMED ODETNE R. Go.l.grr ALKTTA MORTON LUCILLE M. CUTLER RUTH M. HOETEVW Loh. E. Wxms EeELYx W. noon MARGARET E %ARM Juniors ADELINE NOWAK ROGENE SEYMOUR A. KATHERINE PURCELL MAROARCT STAHL HELEN E. RUPP BERNADINE WINTON Sophomores KATHLEEN E. TROMsEN I.E0N010: TWIGUI EWA into SHIRLEY A wore A net: boll0 DOROTHY TWIGGS Sororities Founded Colby College 1871 ALPHA MU CHAPTER Established Ins MILS W. C. Ruses DoHorny J. FENCE FWRA R. KEMPF EDNA E. NICHOLSON N. x jo•ItS knirr IAMB 117.114L NOVCAIC WATKINli R. 1.0.1H l J1031%,1 " le Oa ORD NICHOLM " lintkl•4.10% MORTON WA • • PUNCIILL GILLETT WIN1OS IRSU. 71111.00.ILN L. TWIGla D. TWIG.CA LORD HYETTKB Sororities Founded Cincinnati Consenathry 1909 XI CHAPTER Established 199.5 DELTA OMICRON National Honorary Musical Sorority PATRONS AND PATRON} SES MN. AND MION W. II. BUTLER Mn. A. J. Rou‘srAu Mn. J. J. TRAVIS MILL BARRAN.% DI:wmc Mn. A. G. Rommx Mn. C. A. Vcsacuooa MR. ANDREW HAWK MRS CARL SMITH Mn. SARA WHICOON Mem C. E. Eon: Ms. OTTO STAHL Mn. E. L. WHITMAN Mn. Ncrne Tornso SIEMBERS IN CITY Mum LEWIN NI. GitAu Mt. CARL H. Sum. Mn. A. S. VANSICKLE MEMBERS IN FACULTY MISS A. Limn: GRANAM Moo Nom. B. WETMORE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY FATE A. JOHNSON " LALAII E. VANSICKLIC STELIA M. CLEMENT VIRGINIA E. COOPER THELMA N. BROWER MARQUITA B. DEVINE MAISEL E. HERRICK Seniors HELEN A. 1.4wta JRRMOrs MART E. LABout Sophomores Itesti.ss K. SINCLAIR Frrshmes JEANS " E. SrAsuaNt: 12mA E. WEIMER 0101A P. WEBER RUTH L. WEILER RUTH E. WELLS HARRIET I. S4 NIEL.: Ii. MARIE SCHMIDT 4 5.15 W " ... LAIR L. VAN SICKLE 4:41114 N1411.410. .4 %A% 54.41.LX COGPICS LAMAS 4LLLIL•tr 4•411.1 vie, 414:1111.• VaLIIIIII CRAM ITAIRCK WELL Pair . ,!! Founded University of Michigan 1925 Alms liunsitr Cocoas Ita. Vriism MIRY WILDA GWINNIIR PATRONESSES 51104. THOMAII DIAMOND Mks. JAMI,. PRID4TON MOW ELEANOR Tuswri MEMBERS IN CITY I.W4LIK Itirruitsuorna MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Miss 1 ' mila:we Cita A.B. MINA MABEL SPEDDING. A.R. Seniors GLUE BACKUS MARTHA KANDIAAN MART KATHERINE RITCHIE DOROTHY EVANS NEVA KORKINEKT GAM RHINE. SCROLL WINIFRED FORD LUETTA Moss JEAN STEWART DOROTHY GRAHAM VIRGINIA Itcvsosos DOROTHY SULLIVAN MARGARET Bison:sr MARTHA FOATER Junior. IRA BEL 10011BACIIII FREOA MeNhu.vx VIOLET SCHELL • HAZEL SA OYER MART TAYLOR Sophomore, AGUSTA SCHAEFER DOROTHY SCHMIDT DORIS MILLAR Freshium • MARJORIE MILLAR ..4. 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LOAN LOUISE CODY RUTS CROOK I AVIA LENE liWILINDER Domorny FeLso: MARIAN liEllt GRAHOWPIKT MARGARET HEALY Aut.Esic IICILYAN MARY LOUIS[ FACULTY MENIBERS Runt HAWNORM NELLIE noovn Ion JOHN ION MEMBER S MIRIAM HAMMER V ELAIA JOHNSON ESTIIER KOCH CORRINE KRECTLER NIT KYLE KUTSCHUNSEI ESTHER LA ROWE DORIS LITIENRURGER SHIRLEY NIANSPIELD DOROTH Y MA RABIC E VIDA MCCLURE PRANCES MILLER HELEN MOORE ALLETTA MORTON JULIA MornER ETHEL MCCORMICK RUTH :WELDON RATLIPV ELLA HASTINGS MARJORIE MrYYLY MARRIANNA PADDOCK CLARA PARKINSON JOSEPHINE QCARRY DORIS RENEENSERGER JEANNETTE SAURRORN VIRGINIA SCOTT MARGARET SEELY DOROTHY SOEMIENS ALICE STEELE ROSE STRASSER EILEEN SULLIVAN MARIAN WAR !MR ANN ZACK.. SOCIODIR 10HAVAN C011. RRITAAKY IDALING R ADDY CASSIDY GRIN PADDOCK YALU TOES HitALY C.DRUIRENS MANWIRID w ' Iszliw IONIC% GRAROVIDEV RIGLWAN SAVROORN STILUISKR KOCH MOORE EARPIWAKI MARY MOAT CAMPIIKLL ROA. NC CORMICK RAD1ANG% ItACIINGSR MC CLAIRE CROOKS MA110110; LITIKNOVIICIDI QUARRY SCRUIRICCI SLAKE CLARE tHANKRVIIERCAR MILLAR CHAN REILIDILY Adiriiies JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY t()NI m urr E E LOUISE Cony General Chairman Donotair G. NicKta: Issistant Chairman MARGARET SIBLEY Busineas Manager DORI nil ' BLOOM Chairman of Programs MARJORIE FOLLMER Chairman of Publicity DORIS RENEE:I:BERGER Chairman of Properties IAMIINDA MCANDREW Chairman of Music bwasa Chairman of Costumes CAMILLA Ileum Chairman of Dances MARGARET Brsn Chairman of Make-up Euwn.La SCHN OFR Chairman of ( ' there fOlIWP •11119-11Y SCHNICIURIN UMW lit KWIC ROOM IIVOZENNIZIRCR• •17a11 SOPIIOMOItE CIRCUS COMMITTEE HELEN ‘V. CHEVY, It General Chairman HELEN S. JOND4 .Issixtant Chairman JANE 0. ROBINSON Chairman of Stunts KATHLEEN K CLIFFORD . Chairman of Costumes JANNET .MICHAEL . Chairman of Properties JANE M. YEARNED Chairman of Musk RUTH K. VAN TUYL . Chairman of Finance HELEN F. HUMPHREY Chairman of Publicity Par 43; Aw.; PLATT RUTHMARY PITTELCO 1)oncrr11y Bwom ISABEL HUBBARD ' KAREL CHARLIN COMMITTEES Chaperones MAI ' STUART. Chairman HELEn WESCIME MARGARET HANTON Ticket. JANET CALVERT. ChtliernaH JEAN WALLACE C11ANIA 7TE YATES Publicity I.F.LA ( Hemp, Chairman IIELEN JoNrm Peroration., BERNADINE WINTON IIERMA GRABOWSKY RACHEL RAMSEY CATHERINE BACKUS ELOISE HARNAU, Cita MEM Furors MARY Ev ANs. Chairman .II uric KATHERINE FITZPATRICK, Chairman Refreshments mar; NIEL•umns. Chairman Uniml EDNA RICHARD ' S elclirilirs PAN-HELLENIC BALL COMMITTEE OFFICERS AILENE Yxo General Chairman MARGARET Flat ....... . . . Treasurer Ietiritirx UNI ERS DRAMATIC SOCIETY OFFICERS FLORENCE WATCH POCK ET President Glatt DARLING rice-President MARGARET BRADY Secretary HELEN WORKMAN • Treasurer BLOSSOM BACON VIOLET BIDGWA V MARION BROEHM KATHRYN BURT JULIA MAE CONLIN JEANETTE DALE I RENE FINNEGAN RUTH FINE FLORENCE FRANDSEN MEMBERS ELAINE FROST MARY ANN HOLMES PAULINE JACOBS VELMA JOHNSON SuutLEt KING LEONE LEE EDNA LINBORG ALLETTA MORTON DOROTHY MCDANNEL DORA POLK VIRGINIA SCOTT FRANCES THORNTON MILDRED TODD VIRGINIA TROWBRIDGE I)ORA VANDEN BERG ELEANOR WA LK INSHAW JEAN WEBSTER toff 459 NACON PINXCGAN TIIOWPIIOGS DALF P !Os, (ONUS lQ mron %AN DISPCMi SUIT 7 1010:10.• XIDGWAY KING JACOIN IMAM ' WAlt10000.1 W010.311AN 101.0 NOIMI . IeIiritirs C ATHENA LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS DORIS HICKS President LOIS WEBB l ' iee-President ' MARY LOUISE BROWN Secretary ALLETTA MORTON Treasurer DOROTHY WEED Parliamentarian MEMBERS SHIRLEY ALCOTT OLLIE BACHUS FAY BARRETT MART LOUISE BROWN FORENCE CLEMENT ELEANOR CORY ELL JEAN CURRIE GRACE DARLING GRACE EDELMAN DOROTHY FENCL ANNETTE FISHER ANNA GOLDMAN RHEA GOUDY ELIZA BETH HAMCALL DORIS HICKS FLORENCE IIISCOCK MACHINE JONES DOROTHY KIRBY GRACE LEONARD DOROTHY LYONS FREDA MCMILLAN ALLETTA MORTON L U ETTA MOSS EDNA NICHOLSON MARGARET OH ISON ELIzAngto QUA WE DOROTHY TWIG GS LENORE TW1GGS 1.015 WEER DOROTHY WEED DOROTHY WILSON IIINOC " : °ARLIN.: cutyrsT OKLAON MC MURRAY GOUDY MC MILIAN WILSON CO•ViLL %MID HICKS ]NIKON JONES TWICGS I.WAWS COLOSIMO I YANA.° IINCL NICHOINDI flier jai ' 1417 ' ; ' Pen 4(0 .letirities PORTIA LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS NELLIE BE(KER President I ' ice-President NI ARCA HET ARTHUR ORIEL ENDELMAN Secretary Treasurer LORRAINE GAY 11ELEN MCCOMB Oratorical Delegate M A RCA HET 1. Parliamentarian HONORARY MEMBERS MART K ENT-MILLER RoussEnu C msw ELL NI ARCANE " ' ARTHUR En::: BAH( ' NELLIE. BECK ER FRANCES BEUT II I EN EVELYN 111•MGARNER TYBA I. BURMAN BLANCHE DErrseu ORIEL ENDEL.MA RUTH FINE MEMBERS FIAMICNCE FRANDSEN LORRAINE GRAY WINIFRED GORE DOROTHY GRAHAM JEAN GRIGGS GRACE HAWKINS FRANCFU4 JENNINGS MARGARET LAVER ELIZABETH MACAULEY HELEN NI (-Com n ELIZABETH NiellowmAs MARTHA PETERS JANE ROBINSON IIILDEGARDE SCHUEREN NA DENE STF:WART FLORENCE TENNANT FRA NC Es THORNTON MARJORIE 1 ' MON ETHEL ZOLTE GRAHAM MAIM II NOIDIMON 1St VVMZI MC WHILE HAWEINs CIIICAM LAIMNICE COX MCSHANE SERIGAENCISMEARY MC ODMII THOICOON SCHIRMER " MIMI LEV COI TI MEC RN DELMAN Mc AMR ARCHER LEVEE EONS LIMITHIEN Past III Mns. I. D. t icorn MRn. A. II. PECK MRS. W. F. HUNT MRS. C. W. COOK MRS. It. C. HUSSEY MILS. G. M. EHLERS Lounin Luston. MARGARET PEA D GRACE ERWIN Lout BENSON M ARGARET KRAMER LOUISE Bum HERMINE BA USCHARD MARGARET STEARNS RUTH BERNF.R CATHERINE DAWSON CHI UPSILON Honorary Geohnzie Fraternity PATRONESSES Mn. P. W. SUMMON MEMBERS 1. INGO. RNSIION GODDARD VAIliCUARD ERWIN KIWI= DAWSON MEW MAO Parr or ,„ :felicities UNIVERSITY GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB OFFICERS ESTHER ANDERSON Preoident ORMA %Want Vice-President BEuLau IlisknoioN Secretary MARIE MeDERatort Librarian MARY EVANS Business Manager KATHERINE EVANS Auditor MICR NOR CRANE HUNT Director MARY ABELE ESTHER ANDERSON 01.1.1 E BACK US FREDERICA BA ESLACK BECK LUCILLE BERESFORD VioLET 13mwsy HARRIETTE BRITTON MADGE BROOK ELIZABETH CAMPBELL CAROL CHANDLER HELEN (711FSLEY LORRAINE COLLICK MARTHA COGSHALL FRANCE. COPE MARGARET COPELAND DEMA MOUS CORNELL EANNrrrE DALE KATHERINE EVANS MARY EVANS I I ELEN FELLOWS MARGARET FERRA ND ELAINE FROST II ELEN GAY NEVA GOLDENROGEN MEMBERS MARION GOODALE DOROTHY GOODRICH HELEN GOULD DOROTHY GRIFFITH AUDREY HAVER BEELAa IIANKINSON FLORA HODGMAN BERTHA HOWARD AGNES JOHNSON MARTHA K A NDELIN RUTH KELSEY VIRGINIA KIMBALL SHIRLEY KING LENORE KINGSTON M A RGARET KITSON ' MILDRED Lamm HELEN LAWLER LEONE LEE AGNES MACDONALD DOROTHY MA PEI. JUNE MARSHALL RUTH NIARSHA Lb A LHERTINA NI:191.EN DOROTHY NIArnms MARJeRv MICLUNG MARIE MCDERMOTT BERNICE NielLUX. RETTA NICK NIGHT MARY MINNICK LUETTA MOSS NENA PHIL BETTY PULVER KATHRYN PURcELL GLADYS RATTER RACHEL RAMSEY AGNES REIGART JANE ROBINSON MARGARET JANE SAGE IRMA SA NZENBACH ER ANNA SCIIELL EDNA SCHROEDER CATHERINE SHANNON IIETTY SMITH ER OLIVE STROHM EVER ELIZABETH THOMPSON ELAINE TOWNSEND ELIZABETH Cumuli FRANCES VINCENT ORMA WEBER THCLNIA Vii ITTAK Eli WILSON SHANNON KAMH. FROST MAC DONALD MAI I NI REICA•11kIN.alt N I.OULD 4101 ALL NM • otILLAND ROMANO ruse% VAIMLACIC ,TAY HODGMAN TOVINILIDID CAX DRIC14 GOLDEN NOUN I El IOW% GRIFFITH EINEM L RAMSEY IOILSTIV MC CLUNG PlINELL KANDELIN VINCENT JANFEN RAI Ht• RIDGWAY )ROOK DALE NIL AON MC HALE ACHILL RONINEON Malta 3LAREHAIJ. HANKINIION nom ANDERION MIK% MIX! K. EVAN MAR HALL M. EVAN MC DEMOTE FIRRAND MIANNOK ( ' CLUCK LAWLER CHANDLER CANTRELL JOHNYON MOM% NON PION KING PHIL COPE Wstat OlikWAN Tf . lend its .) FRESHMAN GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB OFFICERS PAULINE BOWE President HORTENSE GOODING Secretary-Treasurer JANICE GILLETTE Librarian RUTH M. ALLISON VIOLET L. ANSORGE HARRIET ARNOLD EMILY BATFS HELEN M. BLANCHET MYRTLE F. BOLITHO PAULINA A. nowt NORMA J. BROWN FRANCES C. CALVERT BETTY CARPENTER BETTY J. Coveter REVA E. DERBY MURIEL L. EASLEY MARGARET A. EGGERT BEATRICE M. EIIRLICH SALLIE L. ENSMINGER KATHARINE 11. FF:RRIN MARIE M. FINKBEINER BETTY B. GERHARD JANICE P. (:H.I.ITTi: MEMBERS HORTENSE M. GOODING WINIFRED GORE PAULINE E. GRIBLING GERTRUDE GUENTHER HELEN A. IIAAPAMAKI IA)UISE M. HINCZ FLORENCE M. IIISCOCK HELEN F. HOLDEN VIRGINIA M. HUTZEL EDWINA N. JENNEY WILLENA 11. KALMBACH HELEN M. KITZMILLER MAURINE B. Exox EILEEN LAUTZENIIISER CLARA JEAN LEITH DOROTHEA M. TORDESON ELIZABETH LOUDON LUCILLE LOUGH GLADYS M. LOWENDERG II. LEVY DOROTHY L. MALCOLM Dor M. MALONE ALICE M. ' MERRICK HELEN A. MIKAN ALMERENE MONTGOMERY ELIZABETH II. NAREY PHYLLIS E. ORNSTEIN MARIANNA PADDOCK LAURA PARCELLS MARJORIE PATTERSON EMMA IAWISE POCHEWN CATHELIA E. POLLOCK FRANCES RAYBURN ESTHER Herr DOROTHY E. SEIFERLEIN JANE A. SMALLMAN MARJORIE I. UPSON DORTHEA L. WATERMAN Hum M. F. WEBER :11ARIK C. WAGNER MARIE E. W14)4TIN , ) 1 3 4 s • BAMA I WW.IIN BRI MING GRRHAR 0 ZSVIINI.KR IIIMOWN EHRLICH MGM ' KALMBACH CALVEIIT 1.77.0,3 MARY to Rift LEITH FLAN(14111 1W4.1100 LAvraxicMttn MALONE KNOX SiaALLMAN MESIOCK WATEIOLOC mosTotancav ronconsoi HItOCK MALCOLM MCIPR•ISIN MIKAN BERRI% GILLRI1K SKSHILY LOWIINBIEG EASLEY VOC•RLON WAGNIS GOODING. Can:NILE KITIMILLEll WK SSR WUY.11 ItAVIWIIN LOUDON ANMOItlat AILTOBLO 10ITZSL OATES IR [HINER PARCELLS ALLISON PER BY W ' WK flt .• 111ftL CORE THE REvON ORNBTEIS a I • 4 d ) Par 464 es,tayou— PEGASUS OFFICERS BEATRICE CLARA CA PEE DOROTHY LYONS President Secretary-Treasurer Club Riding Manager ESTHER ANDERSON Rem RABBIT ELIZA BETH BIM E HILDA BRAUN TYREE BURMAN AVDRA COOK JULIA MAE CONLIN DOROTHY COX FERN CONFLAD ANNA DUNLAP GRACE ERW I N MEMBERS ALICE ESTA BROOK JUNE. FORCER RUM EMILY GRIME " ; CATHERINE. HAGEDORN MARIE HARTWIG ELIZABETH IIENNES ELEANOR J EFFERI FS HORACE LA CORE AIMEE LA MBI E SARAH Lur s EDNA MCKINLEY KATHERINE MCMURRAY DOROTHY NAGLE MARGARET 0111.80X RUTH Otto MARIANNA PADDOCK II FLEX PA RM ENTER MORAYNE PODESMA LUCILE STRAUSS JANE 111A Y ER Pan NS Actiritits Vs rtchoilin , . • MICHIGAN DAMES Michigan Chapter of the National Association of University Dames OFFICERS Mits. C. W. FERRIS .. ....... President MRS. R. D. MacNrrr Vice•President MRS. C. D. MARSH Recording Secretary MILS. R. R. ULLMA • Corresponding Secretary Mits. L. A. DELP Treasurer MEMBERS Mits. R. G. Anthoxo Mits. C. H. I3EUKEMA MRS. J. B. Biennium MRS. LEONARD RODDY Mits. J. C. BUCHER MILS. D. L. DUMOND MRS. W. C. FREELkND MRS. H. J. Gin Mits. A. J. GOOD MRS. W. W. HENDERSON MRS. RICHARD HODGE MILS. W. G. HEUBLER MRS. W. L. JACOBS Mits. IL Y. JENNINGS Nlits. E. L. JONES MRS. M. W. KIMBALL MILS. W. H. KRULL MILS. F. E. I.EACII MILS. W. M. LEMKE MRS. E. J. MARTIN NIBS. N. W. MERTON Mits. F. L. MILLER Mits. H. A. REED MRS. M. E. Soma, MRS. W. N. SHOEMAKER MRS. I. H. Sims MRs. F. D. SMITH MILS. S. M. STUDER Mits. R. F. TYNDALL MRS. T. A. VEENSTRA MRS. F. M. Wm; Mits. G. L. WALLS Mits. R. M. WEBSTER MRS. M. It. WIARD MRS. R. K. ‘VINTERS MILS. K. 1 ' . Wimps: DVMOND YIMICLANO POSES WOOD WOLF • LIDOS %MANION SOOT AIDOCIRON, iSLXIt MOM% WAIL. CIMMLL •cOMER =gala ALLOS:. GUM MARS. ' IMAM, OXLP MAC MITI ULLMAN •ICED VISNS17.4 Pee 466 ' •rs. t; • WIDACESI ' l STIIIIILETICE Women ' s Athletics Women. Athletic Building W OM EN ' S PIIVSI( ' AL EDUCATION STAFF Dn. NIArtamarr Dm. Professor of Physical Education MISS ETHEL NICC4 RMICK Assistant Professor of Physical Education Miss ALICE EVANS Assistant Professor of Physical Mutation Miss ELIZABETH HALSEY Lecturer Miss LAURIE CAMISELL Adrisor to Major School of Physical Education MISS DOROTHY COLBY Instructor in Physical Education MISS RUTH HASSINGER Instructor in Physical Education NiD3S NELI.IE HOOVER Instructor in Physical Education MISS JANE Instructor in Physical Education Miss Elsa IIAWLINGS Instructor in Physical Education Um, )11•••• 0,11.111lN stCorei 0 IT Women ' s Athletics frl eh. 11 " aw, Mitt, thabhry A t rive 149 j Women ' s Athletics • r Bag either Dangly Tong Arlie ' s. Milan Froth Saba Preaidat IleaPenile:a Tnonn. Secretary WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOARD Mom Coax Faculty Adviser GERTRUDE SMITH Point Recorder DOROTHY GRIVIITH Intramural Manager Ileum Munn Publicity Manager MARIE HARTWT(I Hockey Manager Jumps Clousten BadeOw): Manager HELEN WILSON Raid:all Manager ANNE EAGER Swimming Manager MARGARET EAMAN Track Manager MARGARET OHLSON Tennis Manager JEANETTE SAURBORN Dancing Manager DOROTHY LYONS Riding Manager IRENE COOK Rifle Manager JANET MICHAEL and Fencing Manager ELIZABETH WOOD Bowling Manager KATHERINE McMIIIIRAT Golf Manager FRANCES WHIPPLE Outdoor Manager %At i• sok, C(X•K 011L•ON MC nem, IVO.... HARTWIG c II tDall DOMINI! AVER MAMAS WOOD 0. SMITH 01tOWITD !OVID WHIM MOD. CaSY •ACKR•T HEIL•1•• • • Page A Ildetior • 41( . " ..its • • c • r. A portion of Freshman Week was gins orer to Girl ' s Athletics. Groups were formed which competed against rack other for the trophy bear. Woo. which is to be awarded each year to the winning group. Page 471 ' omen ' s ilifildies • KVSKIJC SEM DICIattal DIMLY PIKIIKAIWITZ MIDDLCAVOD laat C11 PATKIIM " RACKt FICTIGMOX IMILIIAN EX0,0011.1•1; SA1.11110101 Waal LA .1.00111{ INTRAMURAL HOCKEY Martha ( ' ook Dormitory was hailed victor of the Intramural Hockey Competi- tion, this sca.son. The w ' N. through air tight playing, gained the privilege to hold the Hockey Trophy Cup. A Corner of the Library in the Woorten ' s Athletic Building Page AI , ...MAN All 1 III. A SDIXZWOOD IM1.111•01tN V. JOHNSON MANY. at, I. LE VINM STIAMill COOLLY MAKTWIG LYON% llOIDITill MAWKINI• LACER VINC1INTI INTERCLASS HOCKEY At the Annual H«•key Banquet the seniors were declared winners of Interclass Hockey. Class spirit ran high during the games and " Pete " Hartwig ' s success as a manager was proved by an unusually active season. . Ithid les CArryWra, Manager lbekey on Palmer Field Page ;7 STRASSER " TONS MC EAR v. luuwa MILLER RAVER tit VINE. BASEBALL The Juniors of 1927-28 won the spring term baseball tournament after a hard tassel with the sophomores. The class of ' 29 would seem athletically inclined! " Slide, Eustiet, slider Rant Hike. rr I.Vonten ' s Athletics N. WILSON MAIIINK1C MIDDIAMOD WWI VIMLWASR Y. WILSON CLASS CAPTAINS AND MANAGERS • Jessie Church, manager. may be proud of the four splendid Interclass teams which this season has produced. The choosing of members for the teams was unusually hard because each class haul such a large, well trained squad. The elimi- nation games promise to be great fun, with swift accurate teams in play. line .• a Ton That Count, Page 4 74 Athletics Vs an ' omen ' s Athletics %It ARE BASKETBALL After a heated contest this spring Kappa Kappa Gamma came out triumphant in Intramural Basketball. Martha Cook. Betsy Barbour, and Kappa ran so close in their games that it was impossible to guess to the last minute, which group would win. All teams played excellent games, but Kappa won by speed and directness of play. .1 Nunny Afternoon in the Tenure—if ithictie Building ;76 TENNIS Tennis, one of the favorite individual sports. has been made very popular this fall due to the new ,.,arts in Palmer Field. Wet weather however made it difficult to complete the tournament. ✓nC. II .o U VIS . I thiet ex lel Tennis. IA, hail-id...II Kiwi Mani, Mhos Ma•V• The Fireplace in the I.ounge of Ike Women ' , Athietie Building Pape 427 Straight Don the Saimaa: GOLF Miss McCormick has been playing up individual sports this year as a means of giving the graduate practical athletic interests. Golf has played an important roll in this policy. Mrs. Hanley and Miss Miller of Detroit. gave expert instruction, which added greatly to the popularity of the sport. Women ' s Athletics Wtiirs WI J.; sei Mkkosi .4rektry Mane. INDIAN-GOLF Indian-Golf has been initiated this year into Women ' s Athletics. This unique contest between golfer and archer has proved very popular. .1 Truck Load of Indian•olfers in Transit to the Cn ' ' rrrr ity Golf Course Pen 479 Ready for the Contest erykwinTen .111 Sef—Go! Women ' s Athletics Canoeing on Ihr !boon CANOEING What could be greater contentment than to paddle up the Huron on a Saturday afternoon in spring ? Canoeing is a favorite pastime among our sports women. Riding has increased in popularity at Ann Arbor in the last few years. and it is now one of the most enjoyed of individual sports. II ' omen ' s Athletirx ' ' lIJIIeAcx LAIRD ntilletN• W ,nun. ih K. RIFLE Riflery has experienced a most thriving year under the able management of Irene Cook. NATURAL DANCING Natural dancing is one of the picturesque features of Women ' s Athletics. Practice during the winter finds finished expression in the Freshman Pageant which is given in May. ' omen ' s thleties Parry and Lunge! The Fencing (Tana in Action FENCING The art of fencing requires keen co- onlination of mind and body. The kitten: are developing a skill which they will enjoy in years to come. BOWLING Bowling has become popular with sportswomen since the opening of the bowling alleys in the Athletic Building. Bottling Alley, of the Women ' , Athletic Building 6ratilia• ' " C. Wa ' At Per 482 SWIMMING In the annual Intramural Swimming Meet last spring Alpha Phi Avon the championship. All the houses have been drilling hard to make this year ' s meet as complete a success as before. We expect great things from our active swimmers. Vida McClure. Virginia Laser. and Ann Zauer. 11.(1111111.X rawinterite Anna lane ( ' Lana wan A tale Phi thavnaien M111111141 Womnes Athletics aiii1446i141 441,13-541STENSISfiaiiti Page 484 SATIRE bow— one half of the land area of enichioan., is devoted to aviculture. apple, production.. shed ranks fifth among the states, while potatoes, sugar. beets and celery and ocher imponant- Staples. 4 Satire As ANNUAL CLASSIC The ' Ensian Editorial—Daily Editorial Basketball Game. Easy Victory for the Year Book Men Amid the hoots and jeers of the child- ish Daily supporters and the loud huzzahs of the sophisticated hackers of the ' Ensian who numbered upwards of the century mark. The Ensianeers broke loose and gave the Daily Editors the most severe drubbing they.have received in recent years. The score. 36 to S gives clear evidence of the supremity of the winners. Mx.- Guarding by ' Ensian Men Perhaps the greatest handicap of the Police Cazzette contemporaries was the performance of Captain " Full Moon " or better known as " Simple " Simons, who missed his calling as his tactics qualified him as one of the best bull fighters of the season, throwing the bull being one of his favorite hobbies anyhow. Time and again he would dribble or " drip " down the floor, only to get his feet mixed up. turning several somer-sets and finally throwing the pumpkin into the hands of an ever-ready ' Ensian bucket maker who would shoot the entire length of the floor, the ball gracefully soaring through the hoop thus adding another well earned field goal to the steadily increasing score of the ' Ensian men. The floor flew up and hit poor " Simple " so many times that he had to have his unlucky crohorts carry him home, lie " law down an ' go boom " so much that the referee, in face of serious damage to the new building, had to put hint out of the game. The ' Ensianeers were in the pink of condition having had a work out at the Tappa Keg house the night before and naturally were full of the best of spirits. They had control of the hall at all times. giving it to " Full Moon " every now and then just to watch him go through his contortions. The Year Book men took pity on their unfortunate opponents and let them count in the baskets which they made during practice sessions and „between halves. This gave them their total score of S points. V Par 496 Sat ire APOLOGIA Truth and fact are such elusive, hidden forces on this, the best of oft campuses, that the 1929 Michiganensian has deemed it both prudent and necessary to list the actual reasons why the carious men who think of themselves as truly B. M. 0. C. ' s hold right to that title and distinction. The following evidence is based on fact. We have tried to be neither kind nor cruel, only just. And hence we nominate the following for the 1929 MICINICANIENSIAN 11A1_1_ CF FAME KEN PATRICK PAUL KERN Because State Street had more influ- Because Michigantua felt they had to elite with the board in control than take him in; because he lived and died V•ashtenaw, hence making him managing for the Washtenaw machine: because he editor of the Daily; because he apolo- must have been a big man in high school since he carried so many of its traits with gized for everything he ever did on that him into college; because his council publication; because he hails from Niles, counted the ballots of class elections; Michigan, along with Ring bucker; because everybody was sorry for him because he tried all his senior year to be when he failed to get the managing editor- a big shot with the ladies on the strength ship of the Daily; because his belief in of his office, which wasn ' t strong enough; his self-sufficiency would have been because he pushed George Simons all heroic if it hadn ' t been so pitiful; because year for the managing editorship; because he thought he was indispensable to every- he nearly lost his job for being tight, but thing he was connected with; because no was saved by his staff ' s testimony of his one ever heard of Sigma Leta bef ore he sobriety, though we disagree with them; came to school; because Ile drove his car because he managed to keep the truth illegally for two years, but wasn ' t smart about the Sphinx initiation out of the enough for Rea; because " we are tired of daily: because he was the white hope of seeing him treated like a man and react. the Delta Phis. ing like a baby. " (Ca li...4 0, me 1881 Page 4.6 ei 144 N ak a ■ II HALL OF FAME trn - INTRODUCTION What About the Minor ' s Vices? .. h it wrong for girls to . . . . The two letters we present today were written by two college girls each typical of her own type. (That sounds silly doesn ' t it? Oh well .... ) This modern era is a time of breaking down all those good old ideals and customs we used to have in grandma ' s day or before. Some were e of these ideals we out of date. We live in a changing world and it has been time to change in Cfl many eases. Our winter underwear for example. How to make the right decisions at the right time (or at But where should we draw the line, if a line has to be drawn at all? i That, of course, is the only real problem of youth today. i least not get caught). This conflict of opinions is evident in the two letters which we print today. I re. Teodora, the ultra-modern roller girl who smokes and •1 inhales, drinks and holds ti ) her liquor too, pet and hop, necks, arms, kgs. what hare yourith %%ye° Ayaltne. the girl with ( I • ideal.. who still litres in Li womanly rinse and purity. Win a Prize and be Glad! Read the letters of Ayllene and Teodora printed on these pages. They are asking for your advice. Consider their problem care- fully. Then, if you have the nerve, write a short letter, no more than 10,000 words, to Isabella Pain, the Judge, in care of TRUE CONFESSIONS magazine, and tell her just WHY you believe that Ayllene is right In her views, or Teodora. or both. Remember, for each letter published, ' PROF. CONFESSIONS magazine will pay $A9. Dear Isabella Pain: I am positive that I need the help of your department more than any girl in our sorority house and that ' s saying a lot. I am at my wit ' s end. I really don ' t know what to do. as usual. I airs nineteen and a freshman in this here university. I have planned to finish my Liberal (tati,sod oe peer 5$o Dear Miss Pain and Readers of TRUE CONFES- SIONS: I read .tyllene ' s letter and I think it ' s the bunk. What she said about my crowd is true but what of it. I want you to know that I am the modern girl. I do every- thing that she does . ' n a little hit more. I smoke a inhale. You ' re darn (twins., nr When I grossed my kgs the way Nellie shored art Program was soon filled. VOA 4:7K WA-e " %•17 ' QV Pay P ' Thc- Adrertisement, Granger ' s -cm A University of Michigan Institution Since 1883 •o- Dancing GRAHAM BOOK STORES Both Ends of the Diagonal CMS MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED eta A N ARBOR THOMAS THOMAS Because he is the one man on the campus who never wrote his last name first: because he is responsible for this publication and hence censors this article; because he belongs to those hard-drink- ing Michigamuns: because he is the only good-looking man the Phi Gamma Delta house ever has had since Bo .Molenda: because he tries to look like an aristocrat, and hails from Oil City. Pa.: because he was the most successful ' Ensian editor for getting beautiful co-eds to work in his office: because he must be at least 35 to make the impression he does. ED Ann Because he is one of these smooth little ruddy-faced boys who have a nasty manner of laughing at you; because he was business manager of the Daily, though it had a bad year anyway: because he is another of those hotshots from the Phi Gam house who are a little d b and " PROUD OF I•• because be ran not only the business end of the Daily, but the editorial as well. PHIL CRANE Because he pledged to Phi K appa 36 hours after he was appointed editor of the Gargoyle (Phi Kappa is one of those portant fraternities with small chap- ters and large Pins); because he wrote those school-boy editorials you probably skipped over in the Gargoyle: because he never did learn to spell, punctuate, or make words mean anything; because he never listened to advice and then was shocked to find his judgment not always infallible: because he always found some- thing wrong with everyone. JOE THUSKOWSKI Because he flared into prominence by being one of those big brutes who can play football; because no fraternity grabbed him until be became captain- elect of the team; because he finally did join some little fraternity like Phi Phi, or something: because he soon will be Cantina op. par 4,Z) ,), Wednesday • Friday • Sat u rd av 4:1:1 , • J Pate fa S ite MOTOR CHAIR PIODELt• UNIT norncylinder COMPRESSOR Ritter ORTABLE XRA ODEL A ' LATHE A Message to the Graduates of the Dental College of the UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN vOU are standing on the threshold of a new endeavor .. a new experience. Within a few short weeks, all the hopes and expectations whieh you have held during your years of study and intensive training will be crystal- lized in the parchment that you receise acknowledging your right to enter your chosen profession. 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Ritter equipment is trmable-proof. It is the line that abides with you, helps you. and helps to create satisfied patients. Valises nom be judged in terms of seeder. . . Ritter ennipmese t remtiers a service in ttse f lent defies duptim lion. YDRAULICCHAI Ritter TRIDENT . ft RLOSCOPE 1- rc taint Rit er E•D JUNIOR UNIT Satire CUD CANDIDATE FOR (RESIDENT faltering breath: " Don ' t let The Man of she Prone anybody stop you Doctor (he called me Doctor even then). We have had rational presi- There ' s good stuff in you dents; good looking presidents, (I don ' t know how he knew talented presidents. We have I had been drinking). " I never had a real honest to remember those dying words Pete president in our great to me and I replied: " Nothing University of Michigan. could stop me Angell, my You ' ve heard about that one friend. I am made for bigger that says the grass grows and better things. And so my greener in the other fellow ' s work, my poems. my stories. yard. Well it doesn ' t. We lectures, and songs have made can prove it. Right here in me the most popular man in little old Ann Arbor there is a Ann Arbor and the most elig- man who if elected President ible man to fill the office of of the University of Michigan President of this great Univer- will truthfully be said to have sty (No charge for advert ' s- risen from Newsboy to Presi- ing). The spirit of the thing is dent all in the same day. In what counts. At least 20%. " an interview with our candi- date, he informed us that if We asked him what he elected he would " ban the Dn. THOMAS LOVELL thought of the dormitories auto ban " . Yes sir. AndOra EDITOR and his reply came abruptly. there you have it. (We quote Poet Educator " I never could sleep in one of his own words); and open -lreher Philosopher those dormitories. There are wide the gates of the Arbor• Newspaper Boy too many people in one bed. tum or Boulevarde if you are Author Singer Give me a tent any day or a inclined to the Parisian. Musician room at the Statler in Detroit. " Michigan would work with- Strolling Minstrel No sir, I don ' t believe in the out a jar. (Notice our candi- Scientist dormitories, not even for fra- date mentioned no Critic temity houses. That ' s all being careful that way - - -). Connoisseur Moralist there is to it. You may tell Michigan would be the ideal Preacher them that for me if you will. please. Thank you. Sure. " We pressed him further and asked him his opinion of the University College: " No, the university under my regime will he a new thought thinker of practical thoughts. We will kick out all the rotten teachers. (a couple of them can still stay) and we will teach logic, Philosophy and common sense. " Our candidate further stated that if elected he would wear his best clothes, high hat. I recall many years ago frock coat, nice shirt, nice tie, when I called on President Angell, my nice cuffs, nice shoes, nice stockings, and dear friend, etc., etc. He was ailing at the nice everything. " Of Course. of course. time. I offered him sonic of my cough sure, sure, and there you have it. " What medicine but he refused it and said in more can we ask of a president? DR. THOMAS LOVELL university of the world. I would be a father to all the boys. (But goils don ' t you care—he can be a mother to you in time). The boys and girls on the campus today like me as they have liked me for the past twenty years. I like them too. For therein lies the secret to success. It is between the teachers and the pupils. Not to one side or the other of them. It is there that trouble begins. Pains in the side have never troubled me. " GIVES ADVICE TO MEN AND WOMEN OF MICHIGAN For twenty years I have been the friend of every man and woman on this campus. 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CARL FAUSTER Because he became manager of the Gargoyle and hence pulled the " chain for deah old Alpha Delta Phi " ; because he is the little roly-poly gent that chews gum day and night; because he messed around with the Opera in some useless capacity or other and got himself a trip: because he worked himself from a lowly Alpha Delt to Michigamua: because he actually made the boys on the Daily staff pay for the long distance calls made over the Gargoyle phone. J. FRANKLIN MILLER Because before he became business manager of the ' finsian he used his first • name and middle initial; because he buffaloed the Spanish department into granting him two A ' s, and then last his and received D ' s and Cs in everything since; because he denied uni- versal insistence that he was married (we don ' t blame him); because as one of the Braves he just had to become a B. M. 0. C. in spite of himself; because he pursues the country maidens of Yale. Michigan; because as business manager of this august publication he spent exactly 263.89543 minutes of work in the office, of which time 281.4658 minutes were devoted to signing pay checks; because he lodges at that ram-shackle Beta hotel. MAURICE " GnonoC LICHTENSTEIN Because he was the one person who saved the Gargoyle from being a total flop; because lie could cartoon and cari- cature like nobody ' s business, and there- per 1$ 1) 1 a CUL ‘4S..:111 .K I d Ofr CIS 6.4alt k Detroit ' s Largest Clothiers iT ;1E11;043 tliail .1E7 MUM 111144 Serving Detroit with lien an their locations: IN DETROIT: Woodward Ave. al State St. Woodward Ave. at Gd. Blvd. E. Jefferson at Eastlawn Ave. Gd. River Ave. at Joy Road IN PONTIAC: Saginaw Si.. next to Courthouse Stores in convenient locations—all • ' round Detroit There ' s one near you—for your con- venience. Locate it and make it your STATION " for apparel. %115iroiSSortz e t-17 Advertisements CONVENTIONS HELD ' CANADA ' S FINEST AND LARGEST AT KIOSKS INN LIGIVIN INN SUMMER HOTEL Alpha Phi 1228 The New Home of Fraternity Conventions Alpha Xi Delu 102S Exceptional Facilities Delta Zeta .19 ILappa ICappa Gamma Now Booking for Seasons 1930 - 1931 • 1932 Pi Beta Phi • 1925 Detached Buildings - Concrete and Stone Construction - Fireproof Zeta Tau Alpha 1928 Accommodation - 500 Guests Beta Theta Pi • Boating Bathing Fishing Lawn Bowling Tennis Coll Phi Kapp Tau 1027 . Ideal Location Delta Chi 1927 y 146 Miles North of Toronto - Canadian National Railways For Reser vations, Write, Wire or Phone Manager Bigurin Inn. Bigsvin Island, Lake of Bays via Huntsville. Canada. by combined art with futility when he drew for the Gargoyle: because he is about the one person on the campus who became famous through ability and not petty political pull. RICHARD !CURTINE Because he has the shapeliest female limb on the campus and thereby made the Opera for three years so he could dis- play his talent to a gaping world: because he became the campus matinee idol through Mimes and Comedy Club. thrill- ing the soft-hearted co-eds with his oh- so-virile histrionics; because he rose from assistant city editor or proof-reader or something on the Daily to staff editor because he was the friend of the manag- ing editor; because he lives in the Zeta Psi barn: because he was appointed to the Student Council. in the same manner he wns appointed staff editor of the Daily. to become a State Street puppet. GEORGE COOK TILLEY Because he told the boys at the Psi I ' house that even if his father (M. Palmer Tilley. 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Michigan The Upjohn Company Makers of Fine Pharmaceuticals for the Physician • • Home Office and Laboratories KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN • • BRANCH OFFICES: New York Kansas City San Francisco because he has the loudest and most contagious laugh on the campus. because he wrote the only intelligent Cditorials the Daily ran this year. simply because none of the other night editors had any intelligence; because he was the only night editor on the Daily who was not so afraid of ruining his chances for manag- ing editor that he stinted his originality. DANNY BUEI.I. Itecause he saved the Opera from being a total loss, what with the leading lady and all; because he is about the only pride Theta Delta Chi has, or ever had: because he always did believe he was good. MARTIN Mob Because he has looked this far so hopefully for his name; because he is nearly in a class with Cristv when it comes to agreeing with himself; because he ran the Hoover-for-president club (teralined on Nee MI WArryoK C1 Advertisements r eSdaTrA is:7771 7, 4 6 4 TO THE CLASSES of 1929: THE J. L. HUDSON COMPANY of Detroit takes this opportunity to express its appreciation of the good will and patronage which you have bestowed upon us throughout your University career . . . . We shall always be pleased to continue at your service wherever you may be, in years to come . . . . But we shall be most pleased to know that each of you achieves a full measure of deserved success and happiness. THE J. L. HUDSON COMPANY DETROIT ;!, Adrerlisemenls AN EMPTY WAGON MANES THE MOST NOISE A poor investment is of- about any investment you ten the most dazzling. wish to make. Before putting your funds Remember it is easier on into an enterprise get the the pocket book to find out facts. 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GEORGE SIMONS Because he is one of the Big Shouts of the campus if not the biggest; because he thinks the A. T. 0. ' s are the cream of the campus. when even the other mem- bers admit they are curdled; because he pulled Patrick ' s leg all year to be tUossinwa o. per Y.on .1drerli.ventents Your Photograph by Rentschler reflects the quality of 40 Years of Distinctive Portraiture Your Negatives are always on for duplicate orders. STUDIO 319 East Huron ANN ARBOR Par 499 Advertisements Your Sheepskin Diploma Preserved for all Time From Shrinkage and Wrinkles By Our Own Secret Process The Famous Drum Head Mount Successful at Michigan for Thirty Teal • Famous from Coast to Coast We guarantee the Daum-it BAD Mouse under all normal conditions to retain the drum head quality indefinitely. Mail Orders Promptly Executed. Complete Job $5.00 upwards. Tinker Company Clothiers Furnishers and Hatter. News FRAMING. 305 Maynard St. Ann Arbor. Mich. 342 So. 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Ken Patrick. and the International Encyclopedia know everything in the world, and he ' ll tell it to you when he ' s a block away. HARRY WALLACE Because he ' s a nice, quiet chap who ostensibly minds his business: because he tried awfully hard to be appointed football manager; because he is Phi Psi. and we hope he made enough as flop chairman to pay for their house: because he was the goat of the Sphinx initiation and was in the hospital for six weeks after; because he could learn to walk with shorter strides; because he tried so hard to be a politician, clapped everyone on the back and then won by only one vole. (caihweef on per :OR . Id red bre witty NICKELS ARCADE SPORTIMG GOODS and c ARCADE Jtweure Stolta f:29 OPTC+11.71iST Goodhev; LOWEQ5 TO SUP-me.-- - MAJC-3TIC TefG Bank- Par 301 A L H 2 Sodas Drugs Pens Advertisements 73 Years of Servicer- selection of each new season ' s wardrobe at Mack ' s is a matter of course with the smart college women. 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Greenwood Sc Kilgore South State South Main BRAD FOGARTY Because he is the only fellow at the Sigma Phi house we ' d shake hands with; because he was elected football manager; because he goes on exploring expeditions of the Pi Phi back yard at one in the morning; because he is at the Pi Phi shack more than his own house, but we would be too (?). BILL BROWN Because he took the female lead in the Opera after Bud Lewis had it for two years; because all Greenville came down to see the local pride in the show—how they must have been disappointed; because he ' ll make the football team next year if Yost saw the Opera: because the Chi Psi ' s must be oh-so-proud of their prima donna (he ought to draw a lot of pledges next year. and it ' s about time they got some good ones). trealin.ed ow pipe SW) X Michigan ' s Favorite Sandwich Shops The Parrot Speaks for Itself So. STATE STREET Drakes Sandwich Shop 709 No. UNIVERSI1 N Candies—Soda—Lunches The Maxroy UNDER MICHIGAN THEATRE SIGN l ' ayr Sim Advertisements Convince Yourself of the Growing Popularity CHAAUDICS1 CICAUff TRY A QUARTER ' S WORTH IIIMMIE • MIMIC THE HEMMETER CIGAR CO. DETROIT - MICHIGAN - BAY CITY " America ' s Largest Office Outfitters " GREGORY MAYER co, STATIONERY—FRINTING--BLANK BOOKS—LITIIOG RA PII ING—ENGRAV I NG LOOSE LEAF DEVICES—OFFICE FURNITURE CADILLAC SQUARE. DETROIT LANSI NC —Branclms—F ' uNT The " efeir.cece " Fan " ' Standard of the World " For the Perfect Ventilation of Schools, Churches, Theatres and Public Buildings. AMERICAN BLOWER CORP.. Detroit. Michimin CANADIAN SIROCCO CO. Ltd.. Windsor. Ont Ranch Offices in all Principal Cities American Rlower BUD LEwni Because he wasn ' t in the Opera tbi- year. and. God, how they needed him because the Alpha Delts simply won ' t find any use for him now; because he is developinfr, finally, into a regular little he-man—thinks and everything: because Muskegon was just too indignant when Shuter wouldn ' t let I • in the Opera; because now that he is no longer famous he is likely, liable, and apt to flunk some- thing: because he ' s a has-been. BUR A PM A Because he is that handsome (?) devil who played center on the basketball team; because he is the Phi Gam athlete. and quite the problem among the boys; because he is a good gent. hut, as we say, a Phi Gain; because he is captain of the basketball team. but who else was there? enlisted n• pore ern Page 510 .1dreriisentents THE MICHIGANENSIAN IS A COMPLETE PICTURE OF ALL THAT IS FINE IN STUDENT LIFE AT ANN ARBOR SO CARGILL CREATIVE SERVICE IS THE COMPLETE EMBODI- MENT OF ALL THAT IS WORTH- WHILE IN THE PRODUCTION OF FINE PRINTING. THE CARGILL COMPANY GRAND RAPIDS. MICHIGAN THIS 1929 MICHIGANENSIAN IS A PRODUCT OF OUR PRESSES Page :II Adreriixemenis Jhe Ln. " Fashions to be " are shown here first. JACOBSON ' S THE SHOP OF PERSONAL SERVICE Wilding, Engraving PARTY PROGRAMS ANNOUNCEMENTS INVITATIONS STATIONERY FOLDERS NEWSLETTERS PLACARDS BUSINESS CARDS CALLING CARDS ETC. ETC fargers Prim Olivp 215 S. Maio St. (off Liberty) Phone 3231 cs For Servia ad 09.1.s. Nom Bs 2_ B. E. Muehlig BILL Onwic Because he ' s a damned fine kid, though athletically-dumb; because he is sincere. a quality quite novel among the gentle- men here listed; because he is not a bit fraudulent : because he plays a sweet game of basketball and might have been captain next year; because we like him. DRY GOODS and NOTIONS 126 S. MAIN KEN SCHA EFER Because he was made by the Pi Kappa Alpha spoils system; because he is on the tennis squad. though not very good: because Sanderson made him president of the Senior class; because Sanderson made him something or other of the Union; because the merit system would ruin him: because he ' s a typical 13. M. 0. C.. trying desperately to be one of the boys. FRED ASBECK Because he took brother Kern ' s place on the Council (thank you. Mr. Asbeek): Wail...a ea par 511) CAW Worn E ' RE mighty glad to have had you with us. And now that you ' re going, we hope you may have memories in which we play a part. For, after all. what is there but memories. W. S. Butterfield Michigan • .• Majestic • . • Wuerth Advertisements Par old a CORNWELL COAL COKE SCRANTON, POCAHONTAS KENTUCKY 8s 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: 4552 and 4551 Yard Office: 5152 WE KEEP THE NEGATIVES OF ALL OUR PICTURES Official Photographer to the Michiganensian Francisco-Boyce PHOTO COMPANY 719 N. University because he ought to swing things on the Council pretty much in the direction of State Street: because he is a pitcher on the baseball team and the big shot of Delta Chi, which honor, of course, is negligible; because he is one of these awfully serious boys—before company; because he is out to do big things on the Council—oh, yes! LA RRY WALKLEY Beethase he is another example of the l ' i Kappa Alpha Spoils system; because be is something or other in a minor capacity on the business staff of the Daily and thinks Ile can beat out a Phi Cam for business manager (a cat may look at a king, Mr. Walkley) (Tom Thomas insisted on this): because he never lived at the Pi Kappa Alpha house, his one redeeming quality; because Sanderson saw that he was made Vice-president of the Oratorical board, though he didn ' t even know his name was on the ballot: (iresti”ed cm page 516, Page 514 herever the Admired and the Notable the overwhelming preference for Cadillac and La Salle. The famous, the socially prominent, the most sophisticated judges of what is best in motor- cars, turn invariably and inevitably to the two most celebrated and sophisticated can on the streets of the world. 5 De luxe Fisher and Fleetwood coachwork render Cadillac and La Salle the mos luxurious motoring which the owner ' s highest ambition can attain. CADILLACCLASALLE Cadillac Motor Car Company—Division of General Motors—Detroit, Mich.-0 !lawn, Ca Adrerlisentenls iti t. I filter trit‘ Adrerfisentents AorIB Gas ItUttgeS Recognized Everywhere As Americas Best " ' The Choice of More than a Million Housewives A STOVE COMPANY BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN 14th Year of Success Total Assets, Dec. 31, 1928, $1,003,910.43 because he just loves to have you look at him: because he tries so pitifully hard to be intelligent (he bails from Muskegon Heights. Michigan): because he is just a big, bluff fellow, mostly bluff. Claims paid since 1915, pi Million Dollars Agents and Adjusters in Every City and Part of Michigan 441141 WM. E. ROBB, Secretary of the CITIZENS MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY Howell, Michigan Jour GILMARTIN Because he ran those crooked elections. but of course he had nothing to with it (Honest John): because he is a typical councilman; because the Alpha Sip took him (well, some one had to. and Heavens. he played baseball, too!); because his old man built the General Motors building: because if he were nn inch taller he ' d have to duck under the telephone wires: because he led the hop one year. though he is an engineer: because he filially gave Vulcan a big shot: because he promptly proceeded to make Art McDonald and a few other fraternity brothers honor men as soon as he got in. ( Oath owl no par ;vv. Par 518 Adredisemenls Make,Your Practice Pay Better Thousands of dentists find doing their own X-Ray work promotes systematic methods ... accurate diagnoses ... elimination of errors. used to be more argument than now regarding the value of a dentist doing his own X-Ray tvork. That was before Dr. Cool- idge (inventor of the Coolidge tube) perfected the CDX. Now thousands of dentists have instalkd the Victor CDX. They are finding it increases their production by promoting systematic methods, by inswing accurate diagnoses, by eliminating a large proportion of error!. These dentists, since owning dieVictor CDX, have improved month by month in their radio- graph technique. Through constant and increas- ing use, they have educated themselves in this important p hase of the profession. And this course of education has not been an expense but a profitable investment. When a ndin..pl is Amber! Me dentist with • CDX simply teaches owr to lee yell ahem it it avonmf as a folding anklet. and briars it into Costs nothing to investigate operating ansitumemasityashetianhisdentettsmine. You may think you " can ' t afford to bother with X-Rays. " But that ' s what hundreds of dentists have aid. Then they looked into the matter more thoroughly. Now these operators cheerfully ad- mit that owning a Victor CDX has made them better dentists . . . has paid them dividends in down payment puts cash and in prestige. theVittorCDXUnit It is so easy to own a Victor CDX. Don ' t ix your fro. The balance is payable I let ncost " worry you. Make us show you that ;Pt 25 easy monthly it needn ' t be considered. Just ask us on the con- payments. venient coupon to send you all the facts. Page 317 Victor X-Ray Corporation Dept. A son W. Jackie. Blvd., Chicago Please send heckle! and fall information on the Victor CDX. ramfreelnest is weather fralare in lie dent. 01 she (DX Vines no Mar J pare, as tt is maamled on the wait ettadmoliethetraywhett net in ass. Themans mel worry Me death! who tests • CDX. for he knows it is 10(Attedr4•ily lilt Name Business Ad css . VICTOR X -RAY CORPORATION Dental Deranaelm CHICAGO A GINIAAL 1112CTIIJC OlGANI7A71014 r $100 Advertisements ERVICE is the basis of lasting friendships. This bank wants to make new friends every day, and keep them by rendering every possible financial service with- in its power. ANN AR OR SAVINGS BANK lot North Main St. 707 N. University St. Ile C. A. Sauer Co. LUMBER and MILL WORK Quality and Service Phone 6214 WILLIE Because Herb Vedder horsed him when he tried to railroad a Union amendment through at a pep meeting; because he is president of the Union and forgets it Isn ' t the United States; because he loves himself so well that he might be taken for a Cristy, hut, of course, a Cristy must have brains; because if he can ' t have things his own way, he ' ll just cry and stamp his feet; because he has a nasty temper; because he is another Sanderson- made man; because he never brags that he ' s a Phi Mu Delta, and who would? Orr° Fount:to:Num Because all the townspeople mil him " our Otto " . now that he is an A. A.; because he is a hard-fighting, bee-Keller of a football player: because we (ain ' t find anything wrong wit.h ERNIE McCoy Because he is basketball captain and not much for any other reason; because (Confined ea me Min d. Adredisemenbr Fr literature ded-cribimy, the varioms comhinntio S.S.White Dental Mit C.o. 211-17 South 20 Street Philadelphia eazdfers, La • i .1(11171 isrments .., The Pommerening Land CO. FARM SPECIALISTS Dealing Exclusively in the sale of Selected Farms in Southeastern Michigan • Our years of experience and our education in values enables us to give our patrons expert service. That service is at your disposal. Offices: 601.6 Ann Arbor Trust Building ANN ARBOR, - - - MICHIGAN X 13smr NATIONAL Sc TRUST Co. ANN ARBOR s he does like to have crowds watch him; because he always makes a bump look like a haymaker; because he is a Phi Sigma Kappa and of coursea lady ' s man; because he uses his athletic name to get political jobs; because in return for favor- able publicity he made the Daily sports editor ' s brother manager of the basket- ball team (by prearrangement); because we think that such considerations and polities should have no place in athletic appointments; heesuse the Theta Delta Chis value campus offices more than their good name; because if the truth hurt. the Theta Dells would all be in the hospital after reading this. GNOME aim Because he is not, us the popular tradi- tion runs. bald; because he behmgs to some law fraternity. being a football hem, you know; because. and he won ' t let you forget this, he ' s a Brave; because he lives in all apartment with Oosterbaam McCoy and mane Other duck. equally unimpor- f fastened s. per St! 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MORSE CHAIN COMPANY Main Office and Works Sales and Engineering Office ITHACA, NEW YORK DETROIT. MICHIGAN II R S I GENUINE SILENT CHAINS MORSE PRECISION PRODUCT for life. he ' ll go to hell sure; because he Brothers has such curly hair that we often suspect: because he has such hairy legs; because he also ran against last spring: because the ladies think he is just won- IP holesale (lethal; or be thinks the ladies think so. 1 ' 12 L 7 IS and PRODUCE RUSSELL SANDERSON Because he is the trainer of brother Lowry (see above); because he is the TOLEDO, - - - - OHIO originator of the P. K. A. S. S.: because he Is the Bass Tweed of the campus. and uses all of that crook ' s methods; because he nms every election; because he covers up everything he does and then smiles and says. " What. I pull a shady deal? the Oldest House in Michigan Dean. how could you: " : because lie gave Ili Kappa Alpha an excuse for existence Members in the form of political graft offices: NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE because he and Kern were the smoothest pair of election fixers that ever stuffed DETROIT STOCK EXCHANGE the ballot boxm because he never cared who did the voting as long as he did the H. W. NOBLE CO. counting; because he ran the Washtenaw machine: because he corrupts the Pi Dime Bank Building DETROIT Kappa Alpha pledges with political Laming • Flint • Windsor coati...4 .. qui SM• Pate 644 Advertising Well Directed CAMPBELL-EWALD COMPANY A National Advertising Agency H. T. EWALD, PRESIDENT GENERAL MOTORS BUILDING, DETROIT . NEW YORK . CHICAGO SEATTLE . LOS ANGELES . PORTLAND . SAN FRANCISCO PARIS, FRANCE. In Canada. Campbell.Ewald, Ltd.. TORONTO . MONTREAL Advertisements Pape 606 Adrerlisemenix 0 Will Make Up w h Your Mind? but to invit« open inspection. demonstration and comparison of Harvard Equipment with any other. line. we urge you, before you buy. to carefully examine every line of equipment and compare it point for point with every other line—then use your own good judgment in making up your mind. Any llarrard Dealer rill be glad to demonstrate Ehil EYMENT. ' VHF: trained man in any profession or trade is 1 the man who select a his tools—or equipment. Ile undoubtedly knows best how he will apply his knowledge and skill. and. therefore. he should know—better than anyone else—what he will require in equipment. Very soon you will turn your thoughts and attention to the selection of dental equipment for your office -and the importance of your decision cannot be emphasized too strongly. You will be approached, no doubt, by many m types of sales men. each endeavoring to sell von his line of equipment. Some of them will strive. through one means or another, to get your signs- titre on the dotted line immediately without oc- cation to inspect any other line—it is their job to make up your mind. Nlost obvious. then. is the necessity of del iberat- ing anti wisely deciding—making up your o wn mind—whether this equipment or that equip- silent will best suit your needs. It been — -- • ! :T l ill Y , t • .. I: •I Ws, ' ' l ' 11 ipt k,.. , " .0 . ' fl ' ' ` ' , i ' ' c4r. ' ' " so 4 ITIM " — " , .. ,, i , r 1 , 11 , 1 always has the policy of The Harvard Company not to rush the dentist into a sale— The HARVARD Co. CANTON, OHIO Manufacturers of Chairs, Cabinets, Units. Engines and other dental equipment Building Individuality into 1929 Bodies It is part of the job of " MOTORS METAL " to engineer designs into body parts which shall give a definite stamp of individuality to body lines. We are doing this successfully for more than a few of the leaders. eatio Motors Metal Mfg. Co. 5936 Milford Ave. Detroit, Michigan Fenders. Roods. Radiator Shells, Dust Shields, Running Boards. Running Board Shields. and Body Stampings X promises before they arc even initiated; because he already has offices filled for the class of 1937: because the whole campus will be out to get him in the spring elections; because he makes " an honest commission " on orchestras for ( lass parties; because if we were placing the best men at the head of this list, he ' d be in the same place he is now: because he has 117 hours and 56 honor points; because if he died. l ' i Kappa Alpha would sink into oblivion where at belongs; because his motto is " No matter how rotten the melon is. we ' ll cut it. " • • • Those Gold-digging, Sycho- phantic, Ineffectual, factory Creatures of the Opposite Sex who are ly Known as Females, Bims and Babes Because Meggy Pe•kels, Wary Bobbin- and a few others of their ilk were so fear- ful lest their already waning n•utation tomtimod se pin 31st Papt 6t8 Adrertisements KRESGE ' S Has an Opportunity for Executives with College Training MICHIGAN GRADUATES IN THE KRESGE ORGANIZATION H. L. CHAPMAN Class of 1922 C. W. FILLER Clan of 1935 P. H. KINIETZ Claw of 1926 H. W. LITTLE Class of 1925 H. J. LIVERANCE Class of 1923 CHARLES J. MOCK Class of 1924 J. E. PEDERSON Clan of 1922 G. M. SCHIRMER Can of 1928 A. W. TOLLE Clan of 1927 B. B. VAN DUSEN Can of 1922 D. I. VAN DUSEN Class sf 1920 E. C. WALBRIDGE Can of 1924 K. G. WIGLE Clam of 1924 ly WANT MEN to grow with Kresge ' s. We arc now operating 530 stores and are opening new stores at the rate of 75 to 8o a year; thus creating opportunities for men who join our organization. We offer to train college graduates to be the kind of men we need so that they may reach the kind of positions they desire. If you have a trained mind and a well-rounded personality, you possess the first two requisites. If you are willing to work hard, to learn the details of every phase of store management and to start at the bottom on a small salary, we may very possibly do business together. For the reward is well worth the earning. To those who follow out the Kresge training plan, we offer store managers positions paying very attractive salaries. It ' s like having a business of your own, plus the added opportunities in a corporation with it so,coo.000 sales annually. A Kresge representative will be sent to tell you personally of the opportunities with Kresge if you write our Personnel Department. PERSONNEL DEPT. 4 S S KRESGE Co 5-xo-25c. STORES • • 25c. to St co STORES KRESGE BUILDING. • ?%! 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CONTINENTAL MOTORS CORPORATION Offices: Detroit, Mich., U. S. A. Factories: Detroit and Muskegon The Largest Exclusive Motor Manufacturer in the World CI No ER Ms oc QUALITY - SERVICE - SATISFACTION -tie Detroit Cinder Block and Tile Company Six Mile Road East at Newbem Arlington 0310 Lovering-Longbotham Co. General Contractors NEW MICHIGAN LEAGUE BULLRING 227 S. Ingalls Street ANN Anson, MICHIGAN 605 BUILDERS EXCHANGE BUILDING ST. PAUL, MINN. (resawskawn per tan Ana here, but I am afraid things are evening club or morning club in the becoming too liberal to suit me. college town, right on the main street. My roommate, Teodoro, I shall call Well, you ' d be surprised at what was her that for want of a worse name, and going on there. Somebody had some terrible gin and whiskey and everybody I have had many heart to heart conver- drank a lot, except me, and I only had sations about the problems of life. You a wee little drop. That ' s what they told see, Miss Pain, she is vivacious, full of me afterward anyway. And I do think old Harty (or Old Crow) and I wouldn ' t believe I can wifely ay she is of the wickedd they lie to me, no matter how were. most populargirls on the campus or off the campus, as you choose. She is out Well, Miss Pain, I was dancing with ever y night, at the library, she says, but one of the boys and we danced right up I know better. Yet in spite of these late along side of a nice professor whom I hour s she makes good grades in all her know quite well. I spoke to him but lie subjects. didn ' t seem to notice my speaking to him. Yet he was looking right at me. She says I ant old fashioned and ought He had a young woman with him who to snap out of it. I went out with her was not his wife because he isn ' t married crowd once or twice but couldn ' t stand you know. I didn ' t tell you that did I? it. In fact, I passed out cold. I couldn ' t 1 meant to though. We kept on dancing bear the free and easy manner of her and he kep t on looking right at me. I crowd. Oh, they were naughty, naughty, smiled at him as best I could under the Miss Pain. You would have thought so heavy mental strain I was under that too, had you been me. One night we all dreadful night. The woman he was with went to The Peacock, a riske sort of looked sort of peeved, but she had no ireedinuta as pap Ma a1 4SOVil ' ratAffi Advertisements Y ce-6, " THE MANTLE CF THE OLD IDONITCHARTRAISI " With the passing of the old Pontchartrain, and larger, lighter, all outside sample something went out of the life of Detroit rooms for showing goods under natural —and something from the welcome of travellers to this city. The generous mag- nificence of this great hotel yielded to the pressure of high property values. And succeeding hotel architecture went to the other extreme, whittling guest-rooms down to hall-room size. The new Detroit-Leland went boldly back to the spirit that built the Pontchartrain. The invitation which the architect has blended in these broad avenues of marble. these rich, deep promenades. these grace- ful stairs and approaches convening on the lobby, is well met by the inner spirit of hospitality and experienced skill in your service. And then delightfully larger rooms— homelike, quiet and beautifully furnished The Most Beautiful Lobby in Detroit DETROIT- LELAND - HOTEL LARGER Rooms AND LUXURY THAT IS HOME-L1KE A traveller recent- ly said of the new Detroit - Leland Hotel: " II inherits the mantle of the Old Pontchartrain. " Bagley at Cass, Detroit, Michigan (a few steps from the Michigan Theater). Wm. J. entrrasan(N, JR., Manager 1.4:11WIT•LICLAND H0113.. IAIROIT. YNU woodontructAx D. NLASSPIELD. OHIO WAIL GLIM LANSING. MICH. LID[ INN. CHIMNEY DOCK. N. • TNL INN. ILICOGOMILD. N. C. x light. So it is fitting that Wm. J. 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In a way I wanted to get away from that drunken boy I was with and would just as soon have gone on home with that nice professor. But somehow, he suddenly got up from the table, wiped his brow, spoke to the lady with him who got up too, and before I knew it he had lost himself in the crowd at the entrance and was soon gone. out of may sight. Gee, how I wished I could hove left that wild, promiscuous crowd and been able to enjoy the inspiring friendship of that nice professor. I didn ' t go out again for a long time. I wondered why nobody had asked me to go out. Then Teodora told me. I thanked her and told her it wouldn ' t happen again. I was through. through with that life in spite of my excellent beginning. I was not going to disgrace myself even though I might get away with it without anyone knowing. 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And, And that ' s only part of ill Everyone en- joys reading pictures. The rotogravure sec- tion of your favorite newspaper is popular because people like pictures. The illustrated jokes in the Gargoyle are read before those that are not pictured. The advertisement that uses illustration produces better results than the one that lacks pic- torial interest. part in any message you When pictures play a -a: wish to put across, just re- member that our facilities for serving you are corn- , plebe. Our staff of artists, photographers, retouchers and layout men are ready to serve you in the creation of the illustrative material. And our mechanical facili- ties for the production of good engravings in- sure printing plates of t he highest quality— plates that enable your 00, printer to meet your egii most exacting require- means. Service Engraving Co. 356 E Congress St. Detroit, Michigan what is more, I shall expect the man I marry to do the same thing. Oh. Miss Pain, my cheeks burn when I think of what happened that night. How that crowd talked. And then Teodoro asked me if I had a good time. And she goes with a boy steady, too. No, I didn ' t have a good time. I had a wretched time. If that means having a good time I ' d rather die an old maid. I am not a silly girl. I play the flute, swim a few strokes, play at tennis and ride a bicycle. I love to dance while my roommate tells me she dances to love. Oh, Miss Pain, what should I do. I look pretty, read all the new books. Am I a " used to Miss Pain? Can I ever find the man I dream about? Please tell me Ayllene P. S. Say, that professor I told you about. Well I found out something about him. No wonder he didn ' t see me smiling or speaking to him. He wasn ' t even looking up in that direction. But I still think he ' s nice and what I said about him before goes. I went out with him the other night. I hope he gives me an A. You know, Miss Pain, he ought to, really he ought to. You know what I mean. (Teodora Letter ) Coodina from pep 4S tootin ' I do. And why not? Besides I like them better than candy and they don ' t make me fat either. I drink too. Anything! I don ' t get woozy very often and even when I do I like the sensation. What ' s more Ayllene didn ' t tell you that her old man (he ' s a prohibition officer in Detroit) has got some of the best in the country in his cellar at the present time. I know ' cause he gave me some a couple of weeks ago when I was home. Ile likes the women too, God bless him. Oh, I guess he likes his wife too, but you know what I mean. Variety is the spice of life, and oh baby! (Coriisimel o. pd. 636) from all the world they come tie -hut all of them can st.2 read pictures Pose 434 it Advertisements TIMKEN AXLES rear axles axles of worm and bevel types, and front axles; for auto- mobiles, trucks and buses6--, cost more to make, cost less to operate. THE TIMKEN-DETROIT AXLE CO., DETROIT, MICH. 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Kalamazoo " V Uniforms ....0e, and . " Superior Quality " 1 f Caps Popular with y .. all who wear 1 We make the U. of M. Band Uni- forms and j U. of M. Hospital Nurses ' - - Capes. The Henderson-Ames a. Kalamazoo, Michigan You know. Miss Pain, I believe Ayllene still thinks the stork brings babies in a turkish towel. Now you and I know better, Miss Pain. As for our parties, the one she mentioned at The Peacock. honestly, Miss Pain, Ayllene was feeling just a little bit under the weather herself, and if you ' d have heard what I did that night when she started to talk in her sleep about that professor, you ' d have wondered just who was having the good time at that party. she or I. I have my own ideas about that. Yes. I pet too, and why not? And with different fellows too. Why not? My boy friends want their girls up to date. Their motto is " Shoes by Flor- shiem, Body by Fisher, and Necks by the hour " . And I believe in mottoes. I ' m out for a good time. I smoke, pet, neck, or what have you. Yes. ma ' am. And I ' m the happier for it. I live a real life. Another one of my mottoes is " In God We Trust " so what ' s the difference? She (ceatis.,,, els 488) • Adrertisemenis The reception to Essex the Challenger has been so spontaneous and sweeping as to have the char- acter of universal acknowledgment. Its attrac- tions are the subject of motor talk everywhere. Always outstanding in performance, Essex chal- lenges anything motordom has to offer in fast get- away, on hills and in speed up to 70 miles an hour. It challenges any in ease of steering and ease of riding. In price its advantage is unquestioned. vi ALLENG C Real big six advantages... their challenge excepts no car. and up at r g... 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Why waste time on these college boys when there are professors at large. You know. I could use an A this semester. . _ COS Ming WA Ora Page .53? Michigan Steel Corporation Mill and General Office Ecorse Detroit, Michigan c.i 13,SUNES GIESC%1 UAYMIDNID INC:01(1 ' 01i ttl- ' ,1) Mani:fart a re rs FLAT AND WIRE Detroit Division Cook•Spring Company Division Detroit, Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan , • - -;4 " e " frit Pan 639 Advertisements The George R. Cooke Company Engineers and Contractors G 0 Builders of Subsurface Structures of All Kinds. Asphalts and Concrete Pavements. Private Drives and Roadways. C+.2 Cherry 2902 Penobscot Building DETROIT WHEN YOU EXAMINE the fresh, clean garments returned from our Finished Family Service Department and have noted how nicely each individual piece is washed, ironed and folded—you will know why so many housewives have decided on it, as a means of ending their wash day work and worries. 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He thinks a girl should sell her soul, sacrifice what little is left good in her after meeting him, suffer the pangs of remorse and disgrace all for the pur- pose of gratifying a selfish desire on the part of her future father-in-law. No, Nliss Pain, my advice to these kiddies is to finish school and then have it out for all time. PERFECT UNDER- STANDING and sensitized litmus paper show us that Companionate Marriage is unsuccessful. I know, for the simple reason that I myself entered into this and found it most tiresome, not to men- thffiliwd e. me Br , I , , Nr %Sow. Pap 540 Advertisements sof Pen 54 For 56 Years the Home Newspaper of Detroit its inception The Detroit News has been the HOME newspaper. distinguished for clean news, its vigorous expression, interest in civic and educational affairs, and for its sponsorship of worthwhile public enterprise, And being the HONIE newspaper, The Detroit News has always endeavored to publish a well rounded, well balanced newspaper. Thus you will find more attention paid to musk, books, art and foreign events in The News than in any other Detroit Newspaper. The News is the only evening newspaper in Detroit having the Associated Press franchise, and the only newspaper in Michigan having its own offices in London, Paris, New York and Washington. supplementing the joint Detroit News and Chicago Daily News Cable Service. with correspondents all over the globe. The Detroit News The HOME Newspaper Adoertisenterds , , University of Michigan Hospital - Library Building - Store House Medical Building and Engineering Labratory equipped with HAUGHTON ELEVATORS MADE IN TOLEDO 111 RAYLS Have Outfitted Winning Teams and Individuals in all Lines o f Sport Since 1875 1233 Griswold St. DETROIT tion the disallusionment that it causes. Marriage is a Union. Companionate Marriage is nothing more than an Open Shop. And so. Miss Pain, my advice to Bobby and Flossy is to quit depending upon the advice of any human being for matters concerning the heart. It is far better to see a psychologist. I did not intend to write such a long letter but my sympathies have been aroused for these two folk, and I am speaking from bitter (not better) and tried experience—I am not theorizing. I am a practical psychologist. " All good things come to those who wait. " Thirty years is nothing compared to life long regrets. Often the sweetest nectar becomes the bitterest gall. Of course. don ' t wait too long. Par 5 52 drenisentents Wereyerallarte, Weal?. yaw a Ansi in an and rettroduetioNs created finagle MlnatIllielt1 same, awl a..- .igen, by O gamine desire se distribute the Gra rh, JAHN OLLIER ENGRAVING CO. Pberograglan, Amur 2.1 Maim 4 Faa Pamaas Mao ow Baai end Can, 117 W. Washington Blvd.. 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MIKE FARMERS MECHANICS BANK Flumes FIRST NATIONAL BANK FORT DEARBORN FURL Co PRAN(ISCO.BOYCE PHOTO CO GOODIIKWs GRAHAM ' s GREENWOOD EILOORK Gmecolor. MAree Timm Co II HARVARD CO IIAUORTON ELEVATORS HAYDEN VAN ATTKR CO IIEMMETER CIGAR CO.. lIesoesnox-Amm Co Ilzeronor Co 110CHIIKIN. WM. SONS HUDSON. J. L. COMPANY HUDSON MOTOR CAR CO J JAHN °LURIE ENGRAVING CO K KRESGE. S. S. CO. 516 496 510 538 506 522 545 518 SO1 539 501 523 501 494 493 501 509 513 515 508 525 511 316 529 510 514 514 521 530 528 533 531 541 495 492 501 498 509 520 496 514 SO1 488 488 509 510 526 542 501 510 536 496 498 497 537 512 543 527 LOVERING-LONGBOTIIAM CO 31 MACE Co MAJESTIC TIIKATRC MARVEL CARBURETOR CO MAXROT METERS PRINT SHOP MICHIGAN ELECTROTYPE STEREOTYPE Co MICHIGAN STEEL CORP. M-Luxce Slosmu, 0. D MORSE CHAIN CO MOTORS METAL MVO. CO MOTOR WHEEL CORP MUE111.10. B. P. MURPHY BOOT Seco. N NATIONAL AMUSEMENT CORP Nont.s, 11. W. Co P PACKARD MOTOR CAR CO PARKE CHEMICAL CO PARKE. DAVIS CO PARROT PATRON ' S PAGE POMMERENINO LAND CO Powsu. Co PRATT, DERRILL PRUDENTIAL MORTACIE CONTRACT CO. . PUIlsE Rims. Q QUARRY R RANDALL STUDIOS KAYOS RENTSCHLRR RINSIIED-GAGNIER PAINT CO RITTER DENTAL Mn.. CO RUBLE, SHOP S SAVER. C. A. Co SAUNDERS. J. B SERVICE ENGRAVING CO SPEDDINO Spexot BROS. STOUFFER LUNCH STRELINGER, CHAS. A. Co T TERRACE GARDEN STUDIOS TIMKEN-DETROIT AXLE CO TINKER CO TRUSCOX LABORATORIES U UPJOHN Co V VICTOR N-RAT CORP. IV WADHAM ' S CO WAHL Gym. WELLKK LAUNDRY CO. WHITE, S. S. DENTAL Mn.. CO. WHITE ' CALMS CO WOLVERINE OPTICAL CORP ZWERDLING " S FUR CO.. 502 530 502 501 508 509 512 536 538 501 501 521 526 505 512 501 532 524 507 510 545 509 MS 520 501 535 524 192 192 512 499 504 489 501 518 SOO 531 503 501 501 528 501 535 SOO 191 196 517 509 500 SW 519 532 506 Per 646 Organizations and Personal Index A Alpha Epidon Mu 423 Applebaum. Abel Albert Bather. Robert 339 Barker. George H. 38411 Beal. Elmer 320 Benson. Harry Backer. Paul S.. ..... 379 Barker. Mn. B.. ,..J1- Aaron. Ranjithan .95 Alphs Comma Sigma 433 Applebaum, Joseph. 264- rs. Paul...411 320342 mon. Lois 1 Alpha Gamma Delta 428 35413 Bachrner. Martha ...453 Barker. Paul S......315 Real, Junius R..- .210- Abbett.lobn .. -231.310 Alpha Kappa Kap-. _389 269413464 Backus. Anita 413 Barker. Robert..151486 Beal. Mrs. Junius...414 Benton. William 336 Abbott. Eleanor Alpha Kappa Lambda 369 Appleked. A. A.... -256 Backus. Barley. Albert R.....26- 413 Benstock. Melvin.. Abbott. Mrs. Horatio 415 Alpha pei . _396 Applefonlj. A. 33 38-207-327 Beal. Margaret 414 Bent win, Francis-435s Abbott. Ralph G... • Alpha omega . ... 401 I). W. .. .352 Backus. 011ie L..- .36- Barlow. Robot I 33 Beaman. F. T 220 461 Abbott. Waldo M.. • Alpha Omicron Pi...420 Arch W 302)8.306 432.433.460463.472 Barnard. John W 375 Amer. Miles E.,- .36 Beath:en William J. .28 262412-331 ph, 414 Architecture, 1930.-150 Ramo. Blossom le..290. Barnes, Mrs. Chester .416 Bean Aid E. 39-284-371 Benton Kenneth G :267. Abbott. Wet Waldo W. Alpha Phi Dens. . 366 Ardis. Emma. It.. .22- 426-459 Barnes. ere 38-440 Bean, John W 264- Alpha Rho Chl 392 10417 Bacon, Joshua B.. ..352 Barnes,Barn oho 6..315429 269413 Benton. Walter W....333 Able. Mary ' 463 Al Alpha Sigma Ptu....345 Arendt. B. Frederick 30 Bacon. Marione I.. - .36 Ramer.. Mn,I John...416 Beariteld, Martin A...39 Bent. Edwin 15.8 Abell, John W. 34 Alpha gi Bela 422 36420320 Bacon. Ruth A .284-421 Barnes. Victor S.. . ...371 Bearcej 161 Ikea. Erwin J 359 Abrahanuon. Edith „ Alton. Chiliad 138 Armour, William S...370 Badenock, Bynw M..325 Barney. Burton-322470 Beard. E 413 Rena. William C.. - 234 Almon Lowell K. -330 Arms. Virginia 411 Bader. Ann 1... 3t7 Barnum, Charles R...392 Beard. Gems L.... 238- Berarducci. A.. -2113-360 Abramt. litchard D.. -MI 0, L. 301 Arm...ironic. Calker 396 Badger, Kathleen M,114- Barnum. Doran A.- .362 Arne. Acacia ... L. Alterisini 283 Armstrong. Dr. Margaret 4]6 Ban. Albert S..,.3341-384 Beard. Mary 383449 Beres ord. Lucille M. Ackerman. R. William E 131431 Alkhultr. Samuel S.. 398 Alton, 381 Armstrong. Nelson - 331 34 Armstreng. Robert J. Bader. Mrs. Walter 418 Barr. Robert 0-279433 Hearn. James 0 Berg. Delight 283-387 Badger. William E...361 Barna. Beth _ . 437 420 Badger. Walter L....381- Barr. Margaret F.. 38-438 Beudales. Katherine JAf 234 393 Barr. Marguerite. , .413 Ackerman. Damn b. Raphael ....399 Ackley, Dwight P. ..361 .. 436 ie. Fred .. _159.374 Badgley Cut arl E..303.345 Barra. E . Mn.At 429 Barrett. A. 14 244 Bebe , Edwin II- .425 Berge. Mr.. Weislell.430 Alving, All 389 Arrilong, Mn R. G. 466 Baer. Germaine 303- bee. Francis H....289. cretin- John 0 40- • wr . Thorne. 270 Arnold H. G... ...233 Baer. Max .... . 136 313479 -331 A Mama. Evelyn Louise Alway 34 rradon Philip D. -315- Arnold Floyd R. .28- Baer. Melvin. H-17.350 Barret. Mrs. A. 74-412 Bebly Berger. Carl 132 5 236 Adams. Harriet 437 . Ph 384 30-383 Baer. Theodore C. .390 Barrett. B. Pay-33160 Beck. Dorothy Ill- Berger. William D...144- Adams. II. C 404 Aniline. Robert S....346 Arnold Harriet 464 Bandoek. Frederica .437- Barrett. Ihsdkr. 444452-463230-346 Adams. Me-. II. C....408 ave. limn 326 463 Barrett. Edward B.. .323 Beck. Helen Z. 39 Illokhuis. John J.....40- Adams. Henry P... 32$ 440 Arnold Katherine S. 410 Bagley. Dr. Elizabeth 417 Barrett. F. . ......290 Heck, Margaret ...39432 278402 " rib It . 34 Am Jinn Elizabeth _Julia Arnold Robert .165420 Burley, Benjamin . _393 Barris. Morton 164 Beck. Richard G. 244-322 Bergman. Charlotte-454 Adarro. ohn H. . . _ 339 35327415 Arnold Seth Francis. .36 Bailey. Mrt. Benjamin Barne W na m, ino 244-440 Becker. A 250 Bergman. Emma . - .447 Adams, aul .346434 AntIong. Mrs. R. G...460 Arotan Leo A. . . ... ,2 15 424 Harms, Margaret L-33- Becker. Abraham. 309 bonen H. B 190 " Andre. Jul A.- • • .35- Aronow. Harry 8....309 Barley. Dermas Ft ...37. 347 Becker, Arnold II- ..346 Adams. Randolph G. 3.30 354270252-311473 Artubstnea. Joseph-270- 277 Bartell. Floyd E..329-393 Becker. Clarence L...39- Bergman. Walter. Adam.. Mr.. Randolph G. Anderson. kg. .30e 402 Bailey. Harold W.., .20- Bartell. Mrs. Floyd B. 364413-341 Berioteen. BI 40 , , Anderson. Carl A.232-290 Arthur, Carol 440 163-232-277-349 420.450 Becker. Nellie 39- Bergstrom. Henry A 164- K. Anderson. Rather -422- Arthur. P. P 329 Batley. loin J 347 Barth, Robert II. _ 331 4313461 332 Adcock. Blanche 434 443465 Arthur. Margaret C..36- Barley. Silvana S 340 Barthel. Theodore 5.367 Becker. Roger K _39. Barn.. 1 1 306 Adel. Arthur Anderson. George Edein 440443.445-161 Bailey. Russell B...„ .349 Bartholk. Franc.. W. 393 267.369 Berkeley. Richard W. 351 Melia Cheats Hesse 435 35433 Arthur. Robert 148 Badlie, Katherine Bartholie. Margaret 423 Beckett, James I........39 Berkowitz. Albert ... 206 489 Anderton. II. C..185-254 Aryan I. 2157 410-454 Bartholoniew. Donald Beckman. Irving C...39 40:1 June. Anderson Harry Linne Au:. K. 293 Rainier. William II. .37- 331 Beebe. Hugh M-327.381 Berkowitz. Dina.438472 Adler. Helen ITS Fred 31 36- Barthotomete. Were. Beebe. Palmer L 39 Berko rite. SidneyS...40- Adler. Jack C 34. Harvey Le, 306-377 A 210-212452438 Deist Perry C 315 188-142 Reel. Harold W.. Jr...322 Adrutnee. Melee .34 Atha.° 35 Mhz 00h. George W. 307 Batelry. R. L Bain. Julian R 365 Bartlett. Evelyn 31-435. Bar, Samuel Berner. Ruth 230 431 Reese. R 24 engem. Albert W. Anderson. Henry C...331 Micros. Charles A-246- Baker. A. S IRS Bartlett, Lloyd W .33- Bergey. Jack II 329 Agnew. Dorothy .... 424 Amnon. MO 343 Baker. Allan K 597 274414494 Boesky. Robert 8....319 Bernstein, Arthur J...333 __OM Garl,.3- Jr...41-3,.34 Anderson. Joni R.. -390 Askren. Robert L.. .36 Baker, Rani P.. . . • 24- Bartlett. Lucy W.. Beni. Edward . t - . - 368 Bernstein Baw-d Ahn. Vearigt D. i,C Anderson.ohn G....3211 240443 37.373400 Bartlett. Robert W..131. linter. Mary Louise 420 Bernitetn. Saul 40 142 " ' " Barton. ...31 Anderson. Karl A....36- Askwith. B 33.237 Attn. Elizabeth 235449 246 Baker. Charles 11.3.7.49.187. Barsky. John Behringer, Louie W-348- Bernthal, Theodore G. 262.314415451-378 tetanal Athena Litentry Baker. DonaldJ... „.569 394 Bthymer. L 151482 Ainiworth. Marion L. 288 . Ap e Atka,. S. .24..330 Baker. 5.330 419 Anderson. Marshall _393 Atkins. William- Edwin. M8- Horace 460 Raker. Edwin 11-3417-395 Barton. Henry A. 282 Reis!. Carl Berry. Mrs. 395 33486437426 113 Beiwocel, Mn. Herbert Berry. Richard 424 Beurner, Frederick B 24- Meter. Mrs. Ralph-410 Edward 36315 hickey Ake. ,, Anderson. Paul J. 28445l Atkinson. Alta B. 426-434 Baker. Prank .. -164-397 Bator.. waist.% W.,284. 14_313 Ruth 234-420 Atkamon, A 309 Baker, George M...330- 282 389 Iteoe. Ralph SI 40 Ana .. .. ' • Andersen. Thomas H. At ivaick. Noreen. Jr. 401 Bask.. Franklin W,,.182 Bekher. Esther 454 Beta Sigma Psi ....376 Albin John t.g....41)449 160-387 Attwo.nd, S. S. -.318 flakee. 0. V. 287 Bassow, Nathan H....38 Belknap. Ralph...001335A Beta Theta Pi - .329 Albin John 31..149 so Velma P...433 Atwell. Charles II.. -347 Baker. Harold 1-230471 Batiks . Dorothy M..443 Belknap. WJham J-321 Betsy Mow House .437 • K . Victor C...15 Atwell. H er. . H 342 Bak. Timms L-37470 Bateman, Laurence-398 Bell. Charles. II-313.SM um% Markeie.244.440 A 293 Atwood. Newell A 36 Balch. Harvey MO Batt.. Kielty ..437.464 Bell. Donald S. 243- Bets. Surge, ..._. le4434 Akler. .1. C 4U Andrea. Gordon. -320 Atwod. Mrs. Stephen Italdnek. Howard W. Bata. Helen 411 284440 Iteulcema. Mrs. C. H..466 Eduard 349 Andreae. Harold D.. .15. Baldwin. Aldrich. Elkrton G..332 413 Bawin. Arthur P...151- Bates. Henry ItI• - .• 303 Belt lams 1$3480 Beukema. Lawrence D.41 320 Aube:I.Joseph R-151480 382 314432478 Bell. kr Margaret -313- Beukema, Maynard E. A Aldrick, Mn. Frederic., ndreae. ob.. 333 Auble. Lassie Baldwin. II Hart D 423 Ba Clarke W..37. Eaten Mn- Hryen -413 7•U5.469 41-3:16„, A 44 ndreae. Maynard R.333 Auer. Jamei.150-266-315 324 419448 Hell. Merton 1. •39 Heathen. F .44.3 C Andrew,. Hubert T.. 341 Aulph. Helen B 436 Baldwin. Duane E....333 Bator. 338 Bell. Millard .1 Gertrude 434 Andrews. Harmsen B. Ault. Garnet W-232403 Bal4win. Gecrge S...37- Baulk, Wa Belt. Ruth Rejthien. 3134 41. Alexander. John . t .303- 304-370 Malin. Edmund C...2114: Hai:chart. lIany_.... .37 2 Bell. William H M Andr . Mark Seeley 330 Baldwin. L. Grant. Jr. Bauckham. Fred ..348 Bellaire. FAwaid J.. Alelaudir• awita........vv " 419 Bauer. Max.. 1845456471.174-351 Austin. Ellen 412 411 enbart 3314 Bauer. Carl J., Jr. 190-340 331 Bevis. Donald J 357 270 Austin. J. P 230439 Baldwin. Mrs. L. homer Grant Bauer. Hom L 394 Bellamy, William ....341 Beyer. Karl W.. .154- 6 ' 4eiams.3,19 Andrews. Ralph Andrews. U. Stuart -397 Auttin. Louise 36 230-381 Kamer. Hussain D. 1 411- Andrews William N. 330 Amnia. Lucy A 420 Baldwin. Martin S. . 37 W. O . - - .354 Bellheimer. John 164 151 Itelser. Walter , -40-385 Rialviky, Helen M...429 Allan, Kenneth 7,..43 . 34-23743 434 Andras,ilean 428 Austin. 36 in. Lucy B . 49 384 281 !43„, Andrus. Maddon. ..428 Aubrey. Barmier M 392 W. Bausthman. Branham B. Itelmy.J0WP t P 168-389 Bicknell. Prank 2248-384 Bement. Newton S-358 elskIlecombe. II 190 .355 Av Angeleno. Martin C..370. erbook. Marvin . Violet ...9463 .428. Baum. Philip M 353 Bender. l)orts 438 Ridgeway. Allen. Burr 344 ratekno • Avery. ,.244412 Ball. Laurence M..37-279 5 Allen. Fritz G 33° 283-366 Av Angell. Mrs. Alta 0..110 Avery. Mr.. Etila V-433 Baling. Isabel 564 Bender. William P...371. 4 elenweg, Clarence A. Allers, 1.2:4 IL ..103-3111 Angell. Lee Roy 369 A Allen. antes W Allen. II 322 Angell. Robert C.135-313 AWL Lel S Angell. Mrs. Robert. .411 zelson. 0- A ,- 164 Italmmo. Joe )....31.106 36495 Bannaich. Hutieet E.,37 Me let. - 190 40 Bielby. 339 Bannasch. John W...394 Bausehant Frederick G. 380 Bi 462 Benjamin. Harry. 164 Biellty. Frances IL -413 Allen. George R-309432 B B D E non. T. I, Allen. Mary D. ..... _34 Anton. Thelma M.- t36 130 Bauschant Marino W.38 261445 Bierce. John II. „164-358 Allen. Philip B 149. Annand.John Davis 313 Babbit. Ruth 40 Banta. Norman S.- ..318- Baiter. V 38 239461 33454 Babcock. Ann ......_ .. 36 A...186. ennett. Ches ter C-40. igelow. ay 12.....326 395 Allen. Robert M Anwhell. Cheater 11-3.4. Babcock. Edward K. 24- Klatt... Wallace-2269446039 Bennett. Allen. Ruth C 34-424 290 364°149° Bao. D. L 324 Bay. Katherine C. 3S-08 433 IS. ••Z Bennett. Keith P...151- 352 Allen S. W 232 Ansel, Lea V....158-249 Babcock. Frederick P. Rambo. Lenore M Allen. Walter P 289 Anson. Albert W. 167. 393 Itarager. Arnold E....369 Bayne. Abram In E. Bennett. Wells I. .392 AUL J. H 285-290 ilo-sm Babcock. Mammal • " I ' Barber. Armour G....367 Albion. Ruth )4 464 451433 Ba rter. II 18 Bank. E.. n15. Bennett, Mn I. Allman. Welter H.- 332 b " ' nu ' Violet o-ecelc. R. W j 34 Anthony. Kenneth W. 35 _Bare. Helen 361-433 Beach, Frances Be " thcuen. Almy. E. G J95 430433 464 ' a ' R 334 Barber. MitrIork A• -37 Beach. David A Alpha Chi Omega ....me heisdorl. Irving 355 353 march. Harold 380 Beach. L. . . .. _ Benton. Doti M. .386 Alpha Chi Rise 337 Appel. Philip R. 33 Bache. Mrs. Clifford 424 Barith. Ibresmond C-40 1 Beach. Leslie Benson. C. B Alpha Delta Phi 322 Appel. Centex P... 396 Barbee. Mrs. limn ' Barker. Kowa P 337 Beach. Mr.. Lillian. Benson. Edward ..... 210 Pan 542 le Index Bigelow. S. Lawrence 343- Blurnensteio. David D. Bewares. Harold W... Brituan, Florence L.148- Drumm, Mn. John L. 415 Buhl. C.arl 416 Brumm. 321 Campbell. Mrs Jame, 379 368 43-277 290 dicky. Me,. H. L...4341 410 Bigelow. Mrs. S. L..408. Wad WrIth HUld Branca. Norman C. Britton. Ilarriette- ..463 Drumm. . M.. .236-290 ' Bull. ff. S. 406 419-450 Foundatke 237 214411474 Bruno. Malts 44 Drumm. dm L. 312 Bullard. Hany : A....345 Bigger. Harold H.....41 Board of Birettas Bowliall, Roscoe C...375 Braise% Gail 44 Brumm. dm R 344 Bullard. Lanan..158.269 Campbell. Begs. Game E 311 Womeil 43 a League .452 Bowman. Alfred C.... Brock. Marion 424 ' Burnish btirley 8...375 Ballads. roan 420 rs.769 B arlow. Edith A 41 Board a Representatives 301494 Brockmcier, David..164. Brunner. Prank 388 Balmer. Dan I 329 Campbell. Oscar J...265• Bill:tuner• John L...164- Weaten ' s Leagne.454 Boswell. John T 389 200 Brunstuut Henry A..387 Bums:amt.. EVei)71 .440- 268.323 Rotate W C. . 218 Boyce. James F.-343478 Brock-way. E. M. 310-393 Brush. Pk, „ e 448 461 Campbell, Mrs. 0. 1..419 Bingham. Clifford 3-411• Boliertr. Walter 8....318 Boyer. Robert If 329 Broderick, William 11. 391 Brune. Elizabeth 0..408 Rumpus. Hortense -164. Campbell. Ralph..48480 188 klobnnk. Clarks L...3.38 Boylan, Donold W 166 Stettin . Erwin L. 30-44 Brune. Jean 418 263-414 Campbell. Robert ....158 284. 4 I 149 Baty. Margauntte. .18 331 Broehm. Marian 44- Bryant. Clarence . ..231 Rumba.% Raymond .352 Campbell. Raba A-262• Had. C 267 Ruch:wank,. A..42- Boylan. 4m 43 416459 ryant. Jamoa. 165-330 Bunting. Albert 270 264-266.68.48$413- Bird. Katherine Bockoven. .28- 248 Howard II. 249-363 le. Charles A 348 Bromine. William...303. Bryant. Paul S. 163 Bunting. Jack W. ...316 341442497 Bird. Mn. Margaret .420 42 Boys, N ' 183 Brook. Katherine 413-476 Burns, C 289 Bird. 41484 Badge . William B 373 Bunting. Atwell W. 4 3- . Robert H 340 Roddy. Leonard. .307- Botanic Mn. Ines 413 Brook. Madge 44- Burns. Mary A 46- Bunting. Mn. R. W. 426 48426 Ilud, William 1-233474 318493 Braman.. Wilson 3118 411 ate 4,63 283-284412 Burch, Kamm ' 0.22-46 Candler. J. N 326 Hinkel), Agra 412 noddy. Mrs. Leonard.466 Brace, Fred 243-311 Brooke. _ .Ruth ... 244438 Burns. Mrs. N.? 119 Burd, Wiliam M.354.388 Canfield. Bailey L.. 1461 Itirdrell. Dorothy Soden. ?fantail H. .42- Brace. William 84 Brooks. 11Deloris 44 Burr. Irving W 330 Burg. Martin S 376 277-30641 Birk. Mn. John M...413 190499-2543452 Bracken. Altrunder M. Brooks. Henry T..- .331 Burrell. Helen R...46-420 Burger. Dorothy A 426 Canfield. Norton Booty. Kenneth 0...333 Boerth. Edwin H 382 43 Brooks, Jane.244-283410 Bunill, Dan 284 Burger. Franklin D...357 48.303.357.384 Biala. Katherine 5...41 Bon. Luther 340 Bracken. Franklin R..43 Brooks. Madeline 418 Burnt. Floyd L..371433 Burger. Lawrence L. .46- Canfield, R. B 303- Bohko. Maurice 335 Boesch.. Fenton W..270- Bradbury jean 434 Brooks. Ruth 44 Burroughs. FAward T. 360 434 B ishop 272 331 Bradbury. Robert W.396 Brow. Paul 397 1846-369 Burger. Charles M. -383 Canfield. Mrs. R. Bishop. Charles W...338 Bogy. Albert Bishop. Edith 408 Hoge. B. L 26-42 Braden, Sor 389 Brower. Irving 237 Brailfickl. John R.. 386 Brower. Thelma N. 431 Marley. Dean J. A..242- 327 Burrows. Audrey ....284 Durkee.. Marion L....46- 419 413 Cannon.). 11 335 Bishop. Mn Mortimer Bogrette, Elizabeth M. 42 Bradfield. Mn.I John.413 Brown. A. Edward...394 354368409 Burghdorf. Flora M-46- Conk. Clara 422.46$ 410 Bohn. Adolph R 277 Brading, Prank 18- Brown Arthur 41 Bursley. Mrs. Joseph A. 438 CaPe Bishop. Ruth....244.420 Behriet. Iturrence 8..370 43447 Brown. 31 ra. Arthur. 414 411419 Bunthe. R. 0 281482 B ishop. Ruth W.. _440 Mann, Freda.. .. .148 Bradley. Burnette..413- Brown. Aar M..384-434 Barsky. Phillip C....326 Buranan. Mrs. W. 0.436 Cagy, B. B..„....279 Bebop, Sarah 417 Botch. }larva 167- Burt. Kathryn 164 440 Brown. Carl H 428 Barham., Robert A... 46- Carey. Mrs. C. 0 434 Bishop. William 273 134,11. Clarence J. 329 Bradley. Catherine 406 261481 Burt. William M 3.17 303-315.383 Carey. Harold Nevin.413- Boat Frederick T.-41 Boklyreff, Aleaander W. Bradley. 0...247-259463 Brown. Charles L....383 Burton. B A 213 Bun. Rued ' 32- 372 Sista, W. Herben..188. 307 Bradley. Marton. 43.410 Brown. lknovan ..44-344 Burton. Baku W 46 46286496 Carey. Jolephine ....421 342 Boles. Robert 333 Bradshaw. John W...340 Brown. 44 Burton. Paul Leonard .46 Bunll. Day l ' 331 Carey. Margaret .. _ .431 Black. Archiaal M...163• Bonn. George W.,.42-340 Bradshaw. Mrs. J. W.3.56 Brown. Earl G 396 Burwell. Frappes 13....46 Burkbord. Joseph....151 Carl. Harvey R...411.365 330 Belida,, Myrtle V....464 Bradshaw Park.S. ..189 Brown. Everett 396 Bury, Harriet 411 Burke. George 367 Carland. Mary 438 Black. Elisabeth C...32- nolo:in. Freda -.214.429 Bradtmilkr• Robert W. Brown. Mrs. Everett 409- Bury. L.. E....47-278402 Burke. Mrs. Gosege..421 Canape!, Win. M 391 41421 Bonathan. Alvin ?....42 338 UN Bush. B 290 Burke. Harold .2846488 Carbon. Prank 1-267.372 Black. Fred J 487 Bond. II. C 266 Brady Frederick J...382 Brown. Prank 5.....318 Bush. Bettina A..47-49 Burke. Irving S. 335 Carbon, Glen A as- Black. Kenneth L. .42- Bonham. William L.315• Brady. Kenneth 362 Brown. Frank P.....190 Bush. Billy 438 Bark.. Morns W 309 31 185452.402 337 Brady. Margaret .148-421 Brown. George 318- Bush. Helen 409 Burkett. Florence ...434 Carlson, B lack, Ralph 354 Bonifit4d. Charles L-42. Brady. R 237 328-395 Bush. Loupe 462 Burkman, Nels W... 28- Carlton. Mrs. Arthur .416 Black. Rebecca 18.41423 333 Brady. 159 Brown. Gordon _44370 Bush. Margaret, 464110 Carmichael. 0. A..... 84 Black. Samuel ... 243468 Bonin., Sarah A_ ... ..426 Bracndle, G.0 266 Brown. H. Sanborn 45. 444.453436 Burman, Tytel S...418- Canter. 0 289 Blackburn, John W...41 Bon:steel. Jean Louise 43- Bragg. C. N 304 369 Mtra-IL Lester .. - . 47- 429461-445 Carney. R. J. 381493-134 Blacken. Olin 14.....331 437 Brass. Mn. R. M AD Brown. Helen 437 156433 Burnham. Lilian 411 Carney, Wade P-265494 Blackwell. A. Clyde..342 Bonisteel. R. 0 344 Bra,tman. Louis 399 Brown. Helen G..45-433 Butenshoen. L. 243 Burns. Browyn 455 Carpenter. Betty .437464 Blair, Evelyn 423 Beeman. Allred C.. 394 Brake. Arthur J 383 Brown. Helen M.. -45- Butler. Clyde R 362 B. B u. Everett D..41482 Bonner. Campbell..., _.394 Brakakey Helen ....257 443-447-452-431 Butler. Kathryn E 244. C Carpenter. Luther G. Jr. Blau. Blau. Thomas H..... 382 nook...alter, lillian..440 Branch. II. H.....267.389 Brown. Howard 6...232 Butler. Leslie 8..349.386 ihigh304. All- can Canwnter. Blatt, Laurel 0......344 Bennett.. Paul C.133-38.3 Branch. Charles . • • .379 Brown. Henry A-243,121 415 „. , .. . Blake. Edward S.. .. .307 Boone, Bat R...160,382 Branch. Jaorb ed . ..327 Brown. jantet It Butler. Lillian 47 285 Blake. Warren lb 304 Boone. Darnel J 333 Branch. Mrs. Ralph 473 45.255471 Butler. lama 47438-449 417419 p,1 316 Blakely. Brian W....314 Hooch. 1.Vilfred I 337 Branch. Willis C. .43. Brown. John W 45. Butler. Milton G 4 ' Cactinone. D. A. 283 Carr,11arm Blakely. HenryJ._ _394 Booth. William 324 281-282 278,901.306 Butler. Onna F V. V 282 Carr. toi rS1).. -287440 388 Blake, Derma M 41 Booth. Mrs. William G. Brankl. Gordon 344 Brown. Leo_ ..165.348 Butler, Roy E 186 Carr Mn.L.1 423 Blanchard. Arthur.. 329 413 Brandt , Ernnanuel.356 Brown. Lewis 274 Butler. Russel E ISO Cahill. Juanita Blanchard. Lowell E. Bordeau. Raymond II. Mandeb Ilekri M. - 464 380 Brandt, I. 370411411491 Brown. Margaret D. IS W. II all Cain Bernard M 419 Carr, M. E Marius Blanchard. J. %V. .334 Rope. James A. ... .. 378 Brandt. Carl G. _ _242- Brown, M. V. .. 264.260 Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Cain. Albin B 4 Blashill. Janes B.... 342 Borg. A. 0 256 Brandt. Leona M. 43-250 - 449440 . . 47 249491406461 Matt Mrs. James8. Borg. Martha M... 43 Brandt. Leslie A.....376 Brown, Norma Butt.. Wilumn II 322 Caine. Bernard T. • Can. Manin S. 466 Borne. Malcornt 341 Branson. Mary 420 161429.464 Butz back. Eldon W .391 Caklenmod. H. C $30 Carr, Wilbert L 294 Blaylock. Raymond C. Bon. Reinhold E....347 Batton. Edward W..43. Brown, 0 264 Buraard. Walter D...383 Cameo, Floyd ?1. ...346 L.. C 54 ❑406 Bowman. Robert M. 289 Brown Orie E. D.....338 Byrne. II. L 47. Calhoun. II. Clay. -329 Critt7041WfS. O. E. 356487 Blazer. Lee P. .. .331 289458 Braun. Mrs. Carl. ..415 Brown. Otto H 45- 276402406 Callaghan. Joseph C-309 Carew. Herbert P. .326 Workman. e M. Boston. Mrs. Orlin - 4011 Braun. Hilda 267469413-341 Byrne, M s 38 tu Calvert, RncesraELii.4644410. Cana. Cca Clarence P 48. y rh 42.367-313487 Boswell. Jean M.. 426449 Bruskey. Louise 411 11 302-331 nostrum. Fred J. ... 361 Breakey. James P 379 Brown. Philip N.....332 Ba rs um. M. P. A....4137 Calla Callahan. Allan B....357 Carrow. T . Roy B 7. 81kke. Frederick .321-333 Boswell. Chaska C..270- Breakey. Mn. James F. Brown. RaYmend 352 Thee 380-386 Buchan. Frederic S J72 301-314-343478 190452 Meurer, August F... 22. 27442 1. 409 Brown. Robert K._ 347. Ruby. Winston Wm. Clam M........42 42 Baughman. Branham B. Breakey. Robert S...379 Brown. Robert L.....325 Buchanan. W. ' 7 334 Cal Blass. Raymond 42 313 Breakey. Mrs. Robert 414 Brown, ThaddeusJ. 43 Buchner. pearl 43 420-440 Bloom. Albert 399 Bourland. Clara .148-411 BrerlvoM. Mra L. 1..408 Brown. Virginia M...45. Buck. t Robert n% M• • Caner, Block. Milton S. _42498 Bourchner. Fr ank E. .393 Brean. Herbert 44 Brown. V. Jordan ... .333 Bloom. Dorothy W. 423. fkarland, Rebecca ..411 Bread. Mrs. Christine 411 409 248 Camerani. V 290 444456-458 Berne. M. l ' 3 34 Barret Donald 31. Brown. W. A... _1 40 904 Buckley. Jane. P._ .43 Cameron. C. J ,,.. Cartwright. James 5.339 Bkonderg. Eugene .164 Bourg= 23 44-280 Brown. W. P 14 1 Buckley. L. Paul ... .268. Cameron. John a • ....;7; Pa . ' ..... p..2g. Bourquin. Alice , . 1..43.409 Brember. Harry .157,344 Browne. W. J....269421 321478 Cameron. Kenneth M.383 Candy. Thomas_ ii1.•379 4248,3 Beurquin, Mr . J. F-410 Brett. . 290 Brownell. Darwin 11.-45 fluckky. Sallie 197- Cameron. Margaret 411. Candy Mrs- Thema 44311 Womaish% n C. 1.. .20- Bounium. Jessie I. 43-409 Brewer, Lyman A 3215. Bmwiell, 0. Wayne 163- 447 Case. L. C 408 Bartell. Banamin R. 43- 379 MS Budde. Geraldine 49 Carnerey. Olin J._ . 315 Caw. Herman Vi L.... 13634g 323 Brewster. Retard 44-406 Brownell. Mr.. W. A. 410 Budge, L. Luayne 46427 Camp. pH, jay B 1%4 Bousinghauser B. W. 282 Brwker, L. M. 310445 Bruce James D.. riusi 305 193-239.339 Bridgewater. John W. MR Bradt Hope ... -434 • • Campben. Chaska A..47. Cam. Mary A 315479 Care. I, 0 Bloarth. Glenne 0. .26. Dotard f Igo, B,,,- kn: 438 . 815-384 --I ' M ' . Daniel 399 418 42-387 Buehler, Haman It 393 244. Britt. 73t1. J. C. 427 Brune. James H t ' Buell. me.. Campbell. Donald Campbell. Elisabeth .415- Street. H enry-282.320 war Theodore P..37.1 Brier. I C Blumberg. Eugene Bova. Seton C 395 Broak. Sylvia H 4% Buell. D. 2. Fkarteer, Noonan N. Briggs. Dorothy 408 265497 341402 Brier " , Mn. C. P 122 Brumbaugh. IL ..... .22- 45-387 Malininra .1270-90 Campbell, .....419 Base. Pauline A....413. Briggs. Robert P. - .396 336 Buffington. Met. Mao. 241.133.428 423453 322 264469413 Briggs. P 243 Brumbaugh. Nathan K. 437444 Briggs. William W....351 Brumbaugh, Mrs. Nathan Rani 422 Campbell. H 283 43.280421 Brisson. Eldon stle. Edward 383 Brumbaugh. William aun Campbell, Harry P... 362 Ce Bollard 5.313 Bowen. Mary E.....31. Bnnk. Edwin 44493 Bower. William C....334 Bristol. Rithard 44464 163431 315484 Campbell, 11elen 428 Catlin. Horace J 375 Bowen. Madeline...447 B6ttain. Perri NI. .. 422 Bruno, 21L5 Burger, Mr, J. C...466 Campbell. James 379 Catlin. Mary 415 - P.:• .”R ring (. Cato. Clarence M....357 Chriatensen. Mrs. J. C. Cole. Richard. 5...144 Cooper. Mosul L-266• Crawford. J. Palmer.157• Cuthbernon, Ralph C. Day, Philip b. .33.329 Galley. P. E 49 Christensen. Thelma C. Coleman. Irvin 3 65 Cooper. Prank E... 246- Crawford. Kenneth -334 Cutler. C. Mark . .375 Dean. C 313487 239 Cation. Lloyd 338 413 236444 344 396 Day. William R... -338 Cavanaugh. K.245437 30438 Coleman, Jack 328 309412 Crawford. Mary 416 Cutler. Lucille 30 54-430 !Danboro. H.. .. 282 Cavanaugh. Martin J.367 Christensen. Vagn H...163 Coln, William 336 Cooper. Irving II...137• Crawford. R. 0-.233-334 Cutler. Elisabeth 8-426 149- 1 entwine• Helen. , . IF Caverly..H. L. 348 Christian. I). Glenn 397 Coll. Larry I 3418 D0474450 crawford. Robert .,..165 Cutting, A. Jack.. _337 3 Centaur% Anthony ..SOIS Christman. Palmer... 311 403.165 Cooper. James B. 148474 Crawford. Robert 10..36.1 Cutting. Rehard 17..329 Dahant. Charles C .. SS Canny. Clarence 1... 381 Christian. Mrs. Palm.cr Collegiate Scuds -.411 Qatar, Laurence C.. Creoitalci. Arthur Decker. 0 ke:. Arthur 1303 Coward. R., .. .... _ .. 49 412418 Collet. Virginia 428 339 Crawford. Decker. A. J 302 Chabot. H. NI._ ..49484 Christianson. 0.. ..... 24 Collet. Mn. P.A. 418-122 Cooper. I.. F 277 Crawford, Wilma .33-42 D Decker. Darrell D. 33.154 Chant. V. Curer - .326 Christman. A. A..... 393 C,ollee. Frederick A-503- Cooper. Ruth 440 Crests. Walter B-148432 Dahl. Loren II 317 Decker. Garfield ..... 393 Clarkin ' s.. N. Kingsley Chubb. L. R. 246-270-311 313484 Cooper, Virginia cCfcrest..M E. i T....403 Dull. Robin .. _134.373 Decker Mendel B. 33.391 Church. A. Dwight -.322 Collide. L. „.244-440443 344 Dahlberg. Mrs.. -.424 Inkm. W 24 (Badman, S. B.......49. Church. Harry 139 Coiling. A. F 31 Cooperatock. Maurice 398 Cress, Mrs. James...414 Dahlern. A. 0- .190-199. Del.«. Row ... 438 279-310 Church. Jester.. 50. Collins. Abraham A. 161. Coopentock. Mows. 313 Criaity. John C. ..... 392 357 Prune. T. .116 Criaty. H. P A... . . SS Chadwick. Mn C. W.419 424-442-452.470-473 401 Cope. Prances.. .42-463 (Irina. Albert 336 Dales.. Chant -18-34433 DeGniff. Benjamin A.361 Chaffee. Donald M. 32s. Churchill, Ruel V....348 Collars. Clayton T....166 Cope. Penis 53. Dalby, 0...A37-230-266 Danny. Luolle B. 53440 166 De long. !Uwe " SS Stewart .264- Collins. Ray E 362 Copeland. Elisabeth .418 265463.24 0.323 Dalby. Robert.. . . . 389 Dear,Charles P... -331 Chaffee, Walter C. Jr..30- 313441 Collyer. Kate 454 Copeland. Prunus . -418 Cady. Mrs. J. C 426 17,1.. Janette blench. E. ..... .289 387 49.3214 Churchill. William..158. C.ohnan„Jabit 379 Copeland. Glenn K...52- Criswell, Rout n..42. 2°4 Chalk. Harold 3 369 328 Cotten. „Wm A. L. . 262 231.363 461 Dalke. P. 1) Challis. Ivan A. -49394 Churchman. A. A. B. ... • • • -SI Copeland. Margaret .418- Crittenden. Albert R. 201 Dalton, Elwood B._ .328 dejourno. Estelle ....409 Chalmers. Bruce - 414-485 Collin. William 163 422463 Crittenden. Mrs. R. Dalt. " . M. A.....54420 dr. porno. Julia 409 Chamberlain. Robt. S. Cimith• Mrs. Marie E. Colwell. John 1C-21511,394 Copus, R. B 32 412 lialy.Rayrnousol C...149. DeKoven, Maunee56-314 266-392 234434 Colwell. l ' DM Corbett Ruth 51.244.410 Crittenden. Victor W. Chambers. G. 51....49- Chimney. A. E. 49 362491 Cron. James H 352418 Compton. ironing 428 H " - " ' " " S. n ' ' Crockett. Betty 302- Comerford K. M 52 26 Combs, Arnold B 379 Corn. .423 Croaker. Paladin 413437 Cork. Mn. James ...12 Crocker. Mal ........... sa Crocker. Lionel 0. .332 Danahue. ..... 4311 Dancer. Helms S. -410- Dolor. Caudle 168 Chamberlain. Thomas W. Ciorocri. Edw. 2143-366 Canal. W. P 51-320 Owen. II. George ....373 3150 Cipriano. Anthony -162- Cumbe. Gluon 331 Chan. G 49 Clark. Charles J....131- Compton. K 287.290 Ocelot " . .463 Croat E. I) 445449 DeLcr, C. Joseph ....389 Chan. Ruth M... -49- 387-361 Compton, W. V 218 Cornell. Honsm K... ..264- E 2115 Innfonh, Mrs. Percy •14 Delp. Leonard A. .36. 437450 Clark. Client W....331 Commack. Edwin A..3.58 Cronin. E. I,. 33-127454 Daniels. trimon .330 Norman1 .34 267413 Chandler. Carol 49- Clark. FAword J. 382 Canna. M. R 290 Cornell. Crooks. Ruth u . a rd .157190 Delta 67 Dee. Samuel 234-418-463 Clark. Florence 428 Coned, R. M. 32417450 Cornwall. Frank I. .328 Crosby. Mn. C 24 Dasb Chandler. P. L...49.396 Clark. H. B 30 Condon. Ill 416 Cornwell. F. M 190 ' Crosby J. 11 33-234 Damien. Frederick -326 Delta CM Chang. Chin 437 Clark. Helen 453 Coney. Helen A. ...410 196349 Croat Arthur L 331 Darbaker, Arthur K. Delta Den Delta ..413 Chang. Chung. Ye...292 Clark. Helen B 26 Congdon. Lydia 411 Carideo. I). J 52. Criss, Mr.. 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A 408 Denler. William ....150- Chase. Catherine. .. .409 Cochran. Stanley 95434 Conway. Leo J. _32. Coven. Mrs. Arthur.415 Cummings. Howard H. Davis. Mrs. C. 0 416 269-343 163,335 Covert. Betty Chase. Emery W 369 Cothran. William D..301. 55 Denman. Winfred R... 56 Chase, George P 362 136 Conybeare, Robert C..32 Covert. Elizabeth. •413 Cunningham. G Cheater 34 Davis. Clyde J 343 Drum. Eliabeth . 411 Claw. Mary 148-247412 Cochran. Mrs. William Cook. Anra 428-454-165 Covert. Harold E....330 Cadman. Lawrence Jr. 34. Davis. C. Moulton 359 Densmore. Doris 1_137- Chase. Stanley 165 413 Cook. Mn Charles W. Cowan. Beatrice P...52• 270 Davit DeWitt. III..32- 416 Chattenon. Leigh 84 337 Codling. Laura 432 430-462 284-421-465 Carn re l. Margaret C.. 33.397 Prof. Gail E. CI ' dy. Cook. Harry A...141-374 Cowart. R. W._.. „„.287 Currey. Lawrence .. ,.3 _58 come .L 1r. Dentistry 1930 153 Ill. Cook. Donald C 137473 Cowan, Harry 11 33 412 Davis. Don R.15649 3 270-311 Cheadle. 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G pp pFeeerermig:Lthutlidosnsa6.1....235171-442734 Pitcher. Dam v; 379 Fortner. R.1 64 Dju.0 192 397 Echols. Dean 14 331 Engineering, 1931. .. AM Facht. Charles on - Fish. Gertrude E.....435 Fortune, Car1315458381 Doane, Chas. W 349 Drueke. Irene.. 421-454 Eckardt. C. B 59 Engineering, I932....165 , 3111 Fah. Willsard 336 Fortune. Mrs- Cart...413 Dok,bin. John 14.....329 Inumnwmd. David H. Eckel. Albert 1 383 Engithenng CeunciI.291 Feinberg. Almon • • • Jr:Aback. James 328 Fortune. W. B 20- Dobbins. R 239 309-395 Eckels. Margaret - .244 Engineering Honor Felder, Ana 434 Fisher. Annette 63- 65406-349 Dobson. Frederick 1..335 Drummond. Jennie V.433 4124 Society 39 Socty 252 Feldman. Clarke S....61 419460 Possum. Dudley 0...352 Dockeray„R 248 Drury. Walter 8.....393 Ecks tein. H. C 395 Engle. Jerome W.. .364 _David La 401 Fisher. Mn. Chub .412 Poster. Alfred L.. .65- DOM ' . In= Marguerite...419 Eddington. Math...157- English. Victeria 284 rerdman. Nathaniel la 6, er 1 Falser. D. 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Mark 154396 so, 63 Fox. David A 3111- Dull. William R 332 Edred. M. R 14 Erwin. Mrs. J. P 420 Pence. DoMMY 1...430 Fisher. 373-395 Duffield. James-18443 .152. Evian. Morris 368 460 Fishman Benamin 143 Fox, Mrs Gerald ,.. 426 Duffield. Jean 1 410 246470409443 EnelstYn. Doom ...am. Feng. Ruth 440 335 Pox. Gertrude 65-440-290 Duffield. John 164 Ed.rd., Helen 437 420 Femehmt L. Dans Thomas .. 322.378 Fox. Harold M. 63.32-303 Pullin, Edward 365 Pox. H1.m 417 Duffy. J. E. 744.3 185 45 vA-..... xt.m.- r- AI i Florence V...447 : ssoufer. Athalene...455 Filch Ire " 459 , liV 63• Pea,) 421 essie Dugan. 0 250.322 Effinger. John R. Eatabrook. Alice.411.465 rent ' s " ' 230• 276-302474 Fox. Margaret E... _416 !hymen. Chas 26 Effinger. John R.. Jr. 330 Estavillo. P 290 Fensternmacher, Lillian Fitch. R. J 63 Fox. Nathan S 401 allude. Lathe Jari Effinger. 51n. John -410 ten. Walter 0 391 L. 416 Fitzpatrick. Charles-317 Prahlich, Francis G... 337 !hind...mar. Linn, George Et Sigma PM 294 Fenton, P. C 61 Piterotekk. D. H. 65-454 France. Leslie 440 1 i t • • t -,; st 4 . POP 640 Index N. Prance, nirance. Mrs. Luella-65- Punish. Edward George. Conrad 387 Goldberg. Herbert...333 Graham. Doroth . .70. Grinnell, E. , E. C....377 426 Puts. William H 67 George. EdwardGoldberg. Lawrence C. 398 Graham, II. C 24 rance. Emily 437 George. Robley 299 234- Goldberg. Leonard. 400 Graham. S. A.. .261-282 Grinner. Grover C..301. Italfhill..fame• Filson. Sara L. 63 Pyle. W. G. 67.778-302 237 Grinnell, Ira T...300-343 Yale, Gertrude P..73-433 P 339 Frances Helen G..... . 65 0 Gerard. Helen 423 Goldberg. Sam Gram. Lewis M 302- 386-405 Hand. J 0 395 Francis. Mary 2445-448 Gerdan. Dimwit . 137- 365 3.32-331 Crimson. Mrs. Grover Hall. Charles H.. .30- Fniolsen. Flotenn..157. „Garaw,.. Raphael.. 15:8460 Goldblatt. A. E. ..... 60 him Levu 48.431 4225 31.73.331 244.428-440-439-461 62436 Gerhard. Betty IL .. 424- Golden. Alfred Grains Gladys Ed 305 Hall. Donald 73- Frandsen. Mildred .. 63- Gage. Alexander K.. Jr. 464 Golden. Hymen Diooito. P. 70433466 Grodny. bedote....149. 156-244-244413-341 244-42.8.410 250412424 1 393 220427.364 Ifall. Dorothy V 426 Frankel. Ben 2 sse Gage. 67424. Gerken. Carl II. 68478 Golden. L. A. 19 .69455 ,..494• Donald 372 Groff. David C P 333 Clotho. H 230 trail, E. J 73 Frankl in. Prof. R. E-279 Gast David v ' ' (tertian!. lloyd 327 Goldenberg. Dan ....425 John R 324 Gerson. BenDmIn • • 137 ' Croldenbngew Sera -463 Grant. Myron E 394 Gronstrand. Nine.. Prater R 330 Frannfilter. Janson 65433 Graft. ea ' A 373 Henry LT Frameth, Paul 361 ' Gage. %%rases. 437 346 C,oldhamer. S. Milton 69. Granville, Robnt....342 Gross. Alton 8 311 270-65 1184644 P .67 ' 4.40 Ce Harry Los-sol• 33049$ Gratiot. Henry 340 Gros II , . A 401 Hall. O. C 73479 22. Hall. Helen 413 Frantz. Charles . 168484 „.. 311494 Goldhanier, 8 22 °ration. Gm. la 381 71498 Hall. Hance 439 Frannberger. or 264 " ante. Fro! Si 319 L Garnet, Robert 18. Goldman. Anna. . 460 Graves Ralph C..71-396 Gross. Main 391 Hall. 393 Caner. Prayer. W. A 185. Galbraith. John Ghetkrte. C. H... . 20 69-361 Gray. Jack T 71- Grosaberg. Herbert 5.3611 53-254402432472 I. Slane A... _67 68.371-274430 Goldman. Bernard L. 18. Gray. DermilC...1614$3 Grow. Helen 424 HAL R. 73. 18633, Galbraith. Rawl C..344 p 270- Goldman. Jerome... 330 177-279-391 Grossman. Arthur H 370 Hall. Lawrence I59 Gale. Prayer. Mn. W. A...415 le. George W 74. 283-366 Goldsmith. I. W 70 Orley. John R 166 Grove. Donald! 329 Hall. Lomat P .1•71 Frederick, Emil 350 ,.. 67414 Gibson. George 0....322 Goldsmith. Jack T. 300. Gray. Lorraine 461 Grove. Ilemanun E...337 Hall, M. E.. - ... 230 ri Fredeck. Gertnide -4111 Han " P-09, P 393 Ginn. Harold J. Frederick, W. G. 395-388 wwli S 368 Giesler°, Wayne G.161- Groves. I. A 72 Hall. R. C Gibion. Nut 3424 Goldsmith. Jo seph 383 Gros-r, John 11 347 Hall. Robert T. B....333 Freeland. Mn. W. C. 466 Gibson. Robert C... 307. Goldsmith. Oliver B..70. Gnawer. 0. H 395 Groverman. Mortis-332 Hall. William B. P...336 Freeman. Alwyn 336 Gallagher. Gesivieve.421 395 332 Greeley. Owlet E...382 Gruber. Elaine Itt. Haim. Clarence Freeman. D. IL 379 GalleY. .1 oh.• E Freeman. James 11-323 Galloway. Calvin 13 xh.68333 C. 232 Greeley, Paul 0 382 72416445434 3111 70 Green. Albert 14.183-331 Grantham D. J. . .72 Halperin. Emanuel...350 Freemen. O. L 346 Galloway. Cletus J.-434.72 E ...345-414 Goldstein, If. E. .. . - . 70 Green. Fred W . 296 °Tarnow. Robert H. :149. Ifalmead. Z. 0 269 P reen. J. . . . 13. Galloway. E. 0 Cdesler. Esther. 68-420 Goldstein. Irving 70335 Green. If. R 71.380 Haltscasn.. 210 Galloway. ° r. 264 ' ' " Gignite. Stanley E.....611 Goldstein, Lewis S...399 Green. James A 380 Gackert, Elroy 256. Halverson. Kasper J. Gallup. Mn. It. A....419 w! 218 Goldstein. Milton L. 360 Green. Lilian 333 . Ray J.....327 Galitertr, Andrew J. 2.8• Gilbert. C 287 Goldstein, S. R ' 0 Green. Rea 154-342 Guenther, Humber. W. E 73- french. M .. 67489 Gilbert. John It. 240-340 Gellman. Maurice D..399 Green, Stuart A. ..... 357 437.464 French. Ruth aao Jr., C-ilbert. Nlanramt164.426 Colts. Louis 353 Green. Walter 354 Guernsey. Martha, 419- Hansel. Betty 427 Freshmen 01•• ' •aniaw• John Gilbert. Stanley S...267. Gorton. Louis D...70485 Green. Wilma 420 Hamel. J. Samuel Prey. Edward T .7.8. Club 464 Gamble. Mrs. Anna 155 369 C 277 266-302.30646 323 Comma Eta Gamma Ggding..ftnnli P -382 (:cod. Mn A j nd. W.R Greenberg. B. Gueat n . Cnha.. 391 Hamer, L. V 73 Freyberg. R. H.. .131- Gamma Phi Beta 4°9 Gilhula Dan! 69 (modern, Marton.. ..70- 329 Guken, Carl H 302 Hamilton. Gene R. 247• ii1479 DarnraTh. Harr, ' R. . Gig. karter S. Greenberg. Gulick. Ethelwyn 316 311 Friday, Elisabeth 66.422 Gandhi. Jantant R. 220 ' Gin. Mrs. C. P ' 418 Goodell. Molly 437 425.434 Gunclel. T. L. 182 Hamilton. Crag 423 Friday. babel B..42.6.486-44 Gann. amok. ht._ P. F. Gooding. Hortense-412- Greenberg. Gilbert Z. 350 Gunderson. Haney J. Friedland. Bernard B. Canty. Arthur.. Gott,. 310-386 Hamilton. T 71 Hamilton. Virginia M. Hamilton. Ronan ' ...341 285 Garbcf. Hun ' 360 Ii. Gooding. Walter J4.37464383 Greenber g, D. Cadman, Ifekei 0...439 Greenblatt. Leon A..153 Gundry. G. T 72 73-418-133 Friedland. peter. ...364 Oarbett. Edith 36.....61 Friedman. C.erard „Garcia • Carte __ Crilktte. Janice 041lett. W. lbornas..325 Goodman. Lawrence II. Greene, Barnett 70.264-313-387 Greene. Mr . Edward 413 Gunther. Jam E 72. Hammer. Carl W 164 Gunn. .159 Hamm. Kathleen.. 36 • Gitlin. Carl . 389 Goodman. Maurice S. 70- Greene. Plana ....411 390 • Friedman. lace S....309 learthwv. u• e ' r ' ' ,7:, Gillis. Eugene A. 14S-367 Friedman. Jerome 3- 24. Garner. Gram ' , ::: Gillis. Margaret 413 Goodrich. Carter 310 3911 Greene. George H... S... 381 Hammer. 72 Hammer. Edwin 5 66 `2 °groat Jean 314.420-440 Goodrich. Dorothy. 454- Greene. Irving. 164474 Guilin. It 309421 Hamrnerbers. P 75 Friedman. Ruth 429-14.5 ,, " arnoli • 1,1a. K. ?,•• ' Gilmartin. Henry 158445 463 Greene. Katherine B. 447 Guitars.. Dick 301 Ifammes. Philip. .73-317 Friedman. Stanley 66-365 tartan.. James • • •` ' Gilmartin. John R... 20. Goodrich. P.L.17.....144 Greenidge. Clarke-150- Gutting. Helen SI. 72- Har nmial. Douglas P.345 Fnedrich, Irma M.66-436 352 42.1 amis1. Rota R. -433 Friel. Herbert A... - 337 Chandler, L.335 climax. Goodrith. Ilerbert P. 301- 311443-M6 Greenlee. E. S. 329 Hammond. Dean B..249- Outbe. Carl 5 Prieto.P ' • i t h . . . 342 . Gingerteh. h5 n. Solomon Goodrich. Mn. Herbert Greenman, Mn 424 Mrs. Carl M ....O 324 Outh. Walter A....373 Hammond. Edward P. Prin. Mrs. C. C 415 „.. 9 aim. G laser 24 411 Greenshields itan... rse er 426 Goodrich. Murray E. 385 Greenspan. Edward B. Gwinner. Wilma 431 165433 Pran . Gord J. 66-392 John W 6 ta Iohn L. 340 Gb Gie! 131468498 H ritch...337 H. Ga9169h. Mrs. Greenwald. Marte....440 Hammond. George -5.31W Primer. M. L. 66 ------ G._ .W ia 40e Goodridge. Dorothyy. -424 • Mn F. M. Haag. Frank A...289.32t Hammond. T. S. Fritsell. Deane us Gam a - Donald P 416-437 Goodspeed. Lawrence 413 Ifaapamake. Helen A.464 Hammond, Walter W,332 Fromm. Alice 5.-66-440 E.••• • Glarebrook. Arthur L. hl 264-332 Gres ctn. D. . ,. .71490 Hearer. Howard P...312 Hampton. If. S 73 Fromm. Beatrice... Aim Gate. Dorothy Goodyear, Earl 5....394 Gregory. Elisabeth P.416 Haas. Clarenct..164-358 Hanawalt. Ella 316 Pro:share. II:ctn.-3E4 71 H Goody Gales lc Glaser. laser. Benin 440 Goodyear. 1...1 320 Gregory. P. 11 aas. Dorot -316-427 Hand. Eugene A.. -.333 Front. Charles ......546 E ... 1.11 OhmsDavid. .416 Mn. Gregory. Richard G-118 Haas. P..284442 Hand. Harold) 73- Froth Frolic 261 7 " . i - Glass. Robert I. 31:5489 Gordon. O. IV 3124711 Frost. Elaine 438. Ed, ward ••• •• ' ' ' , ; : Glass, Samuel W 361 Gordon. Robert emt9Y. Mn. 415463-L59 weart•Jatnee a 2441-309474 Groin.% E. C 71 Hack, Morton R 41.1 7244 Haolkins. Regina....340 mi Gaupp. Elena 13 Glavin. Alfred M. 69, Edmund 274 148. Handley. Harold E...335 Prose Robert L (Rata. A.398 Gordon. William 0...371 Greiner. Waldo K....71. 257-400 Handley. Virginia . -.411 Prue, William C 24- Gnw ' . Ear " nel It • •I ' n ' Glazer. Sidney.. 69416 Gordy. C. B 318 314.386 Hackenberg. Lawrence F. Handl. H 349 Henri. C. F 73 230 30 r. Harold D Glaser. Stanley L....69. Gore. Ralph 355 Gremel, Earl C P ruhauf, Mai. Jr. 66425 way. wn. . •• • - • 337 32 264 ( 5- Grey John loh h. i " 347 185 Hackett, G. 0 71 Hankirson, Buelah E. Fry. Lynn W 392 Gay. Helen R...426-463 Claire, Wolter °ore. Winifred 461.398 166 Hackett. Jack W. 72454 424-463 Fuchs. Elinbeth 425 Gay. Loraine 68 ' Gkishmao. Norman A. Gotham. Once V. -45.0 Goblin, Pauline-427. Hackett. Keith B. ..56I Hanlan. Virginia .284-421 Fuchs, Miriam 3911 Gras. Mn. Arnold H. 437-464 Haddon. M.C....277472 Hann. Edwina 79 Fuchs. Norma g: Gaylord. Louise 419 hi„. H. j 466 415418 Once. Josephine 454 Hadley. Philip 331 Ilanr.a. Theodore ....330 Punt Robert K.. ..soa c., R. H Glenn Glc. HarryHarry 388 Gottesman. Harry...336 Gridley. Harriet 409 Hadley, Mrs- P. . ...15 392 Gee. E,,J IN eeski. Harold ..oudy. Rhea 290 161. G 460 Grow. Nancy 415 Puget. Frederick W. 159. 15 388 Could. Edward P 348 Grins-cm% Ruth ...290- Iadlock. . .D.. .339 Hanover. Samuel.. -363 ra Pukuha. C- 293 e li Gee. at. le Glover. Clifford C....381 Gould. Helen... 419463 393-417 Hagedorn. Catherine 428. Hans Otto II 336 Fuller, Anne 66 later. nen • ' " Glover. Mrs. C. C...416. Gould. Hornud 164 Grins, James R...71-332 465 Hanadah. N. R 290 Fuller. Douglas be, Gehring. M. Carl.411- 434.446 Gould. Laurence M. .338 Griffey. Hagelshaw. A. V ' 2 Ha . Genevieve. 41 t Hansel. William S....370 156-371 419 (Ilover. Mrs. J. W. ..419 °nelson. Arthur 1,..153 GrItn, Clare - .3111496 2I•gelsbew. G. Hansen.od. M 243 B. B 290 Puller, Gordon 2u Gelb. M. 422-454-455-475 Edwin C. Arthur 169 Griffin. hIrs. Clare...423 72-363-332 Ilapgo Puller, Harvey L. 66485 Geirrabach. Carbon C. 378-405 Gomm. J. i 787 Griffing. Si. Scudder .18• lagenarier. Ifarold....18 Ifapke. John A 20- Fuller, HentY 316 , . „ a.„: CKdilard. Jeanne M...69 Govt. Hager. Harok1-.111. 74478-302.306.345 Fuller, II. Ii 387 wondlcr• Pima " ' •-• ' ' " Goddard. Edwin W. 358- Gove. Harvey M. - .396 Griffith. Gearry1 289 2490434447 Puller. Welne I.... - .342 Walan 371 Gowen. George Jr. Fullerton Sheldon C. 335 Walter Ocdfrey. Robert II. 260- 137-344 Griffith. James W....390 Haglund:William 397 64416 cerleattee. Stephen Si. se Godfrey. Wiliams. Henna ..423• Griffith. Samuel 330 Hahn. C A 72 Fulton. Dorothea M. 67 . . rue .454 Grime. Arthur P. ....331 Hahn, J. R. .,. 71 Fulton. Stanley Ii. 67405 (:embis. J. G. 18490:1.93 Godshalk, Kenneth69C-.393577 Grace, Clarke W...23I• Gnaw. Wilfred E. .309 Hahne. Leonard 379 34 2-351 Grime., George T. Haigh. Mn. Andrew 431 L ung. P 67.290 Genie. Bernard C-ocliefn. Mn. E. C. 411. Cents. Otto K...70-370 Griggs. Jean C 244- Halley. Harold W . P unt. Lai-Wang.. -.457 Gentry. W. 246412-320 415.420-422435 Grafton. II. II 356 440.461 Haire . Donald H...262- Fur!ong. - Herold. .384 Gents. Margaret.... _61t. Goebel. loon 420 Avoca 413 Grime. Joseph. 268 Finn,. Richard 158-336 250-783416-417 Goes, FAward G....370 Graham. A. Lacille 431 Grimes. Hair. Richard EL. • ._.359 A. C...303- Georg. Martin 11...422• Gold. David N 360 Graham. Bernard _f_ .389 Grimes. Melba 4 315-38i 433 Goldberg. Anne-247429 Graham. Charles W..328 Grunshale. Fred 5 2331 lisisleY. Mn. • cc Dt s tr... h saw. ▪ it .r„ ▪ ! a1st-t a ' las a • e, ES u. :sue lit ; r 0 meta 643 u or 1 4 r I Xa 1• a ! " 2 C o • in tS 2: thz • 1 o slit 0 1 8 case ifeC S • o " C gal ▪ Carl .,, , 0 atl :1 • 61t 80 0 ley 0 .1 0 : I it d e x Hartough. Jonathan C. lbadons. M. J 75 Hemel. Jane 440 Hildner. E. S 77.257 HoWen. Charles P.. -78. ' Iowan. Joseph E....148- Ilan " . U. II 342 34$ Healey. Andrew D. Hemminger. Elaabeth Molnar. Ernest Cro Jr. 333 246-156-361 Ilurth. Andrew E.. -333 Hard. Dorothy 415 linnet. Philip 232 146.426 322 Holden. Helen P 464 Howell. Robert . .3193 Hurwitz, C. 200 Kant. 3.I 74 Hann. Ruth 435-469 Ifemstewl. David B. 246. Hadar. Prof.). A• C• 200 Hole. Richard 327 Howell. Mn. Robert 416 Hursiu. Louis R....400 Hanky. Clare E. .. 32. Hastie. 3. E. Donald 270- 269426 111k.Edusn1 ' 7463 Holland. Jean 11-78416 Howland. Alvin W. .69- Hunts. S. 290 74-397 J03 Ilenckel. Margaret C. Hilgernan. Helen E..420 Holland, Kirke. 322 389 Ilusain.Khan, S. F-290- Harder. M. A. . ...74 linings. Mrs. Elisabeth 311-420-448 Hill, Clarence It 397 Holland. L. N..... .318 Howlett. Robert R...389 293 Harding. Frank 1..„Tr. 322 413 tendons, Harriet-422 Hill, II. II. 218 Holland. William-73-3M Howlett. Ruth. ....414 ' renal. II. S. .. 81. Harthsty. Non M...74- ' lasting.. Robin. - .354 Henderson. Philip 14.22. 1111. Harold C. 1611 Hollandr. W. C... . 342 Howntro. Raja Paris.10- 236164496 318-382 Homy. Earl A. 22- 76-389 11.11. Leland B 1421 Hollister. John P. 133,1213 287.200 Hussey. Russell C...306 Hardy. Anne B 416 75-382 Henderson. Walter...336 210-351 hlolhstet.kicbanl 11.374 .. Hanly. II. T 74 Hatch. 0. R 75 Henderson. William W. 11,11 N 262 Holman. Margaret -75- 147402 1!nasty. Mrs. R. C. Hardy. R 261444 Hatchet% George 11.331 76.336 Hill. Stuart W 24- 437 Hoy. Paul R 382 Hinted. F. P 447 Mated, Petkin . .462 2241 H atdr. Hoban I 335 Hathaway. Jean H. 7$. lien-tenon. Mrs. Holmberg. olmberg. Lwroy A .78- Hoyle. Edith IN Hare. Mrs. Weklea P.430 410-442432 66 Him Theron ' 9282 Hoyt. C. B 186 Hutchins. Clue E-28-81 Harlan. Ralph ) 130 Hauschild. Elea B. ..73 Hennes. Elizabeth Hann 13471 3.. Hoboes. 269-340 Hmes. D. W 190- Hoyt. Hobart L) 331 Hutchins. Harry B-322. H iarland. P. NI . . ..... 74 Hamer. I.Jerome- .398 II Inm 191326 leut. S. ) an. Dorothy 37 1 Harley. L 74 tlanswald. Mrs. Meie.424 Henmger. Philip .338 111115. Jame. 77 Holmes. David N .268- Hu Caroline a. Caroli 190-199 316 Ifutchim. Ii. C. . .186- Harley. Torn 331 Hannan. Helen K..416 Henning. C. 239 !Myer. Sa it B. Harlow. P. NC _74433 Ilavernaan Morton S. Henn:h.Victor C 357 Hilton. William 110411438 D. llama. F. Paul ..79-338 Hubbard. Isabel 13- Hutchins, Mrs. Henry C. H -arry. Torn.. .331 165474-385 Henry. hburente . -418 Hamlet. Leonard 13...3117 Holmea. Florence. _IS- 40g than... Mese H. .416- Haven. T. Kenneth ..32- Henry. h1. ' 6-287 Hi... Louise 11.....166- 79.407414 Hubbard. Marion...157. Hutchinson. M. B. M.278 453 397 Henshaw G. L. 264 Holmes. Kenneth F....30- N3417-440 Ifutzel. Virginia 11-410- !haunt,. 410 In la, Audrey 463 Heppe J ..John 327 Hine. Harriet 417 250-321 Hubbard, Mandan R. 464 Hamlett,. Mary . .415 Havdand.Charles H-331 Herbert. R. Bowery Hine . Raymond 11-307 Holmes. Mary Ann..459 363 !fatten. Raymond.. .341 !famnictitn. A. Virginia Hawkins. Cynthia C-73- 303422 ' Enke:man. Esther h1.77 flolnies Owen P 79 Hubbard. Robert ht.. 309 Hyde. Mr.. B. 127 439 426442452-453434-473 Herbst. John C 329 !linty. Arthur H. 77- Holman, Robert H...243- flubbt11. George E.dioar Hyde. Burton Harrington. Gerald 3.18. Hawkins, Gate _75-401 Herbed. Robert K. „ 381 26S-4321 328 2040-232.278402406 Hyde. E. j V 262 74467 Hawkins. John H.....378 Hardman. Mn. 13.K. 420 Ilinalwar, Anne 14 Holmes. Roy 331 Htde. La at 310 ter. liarrington. Rochard 11. Hawkins. Mortimer .159- Herniae. Robert 32 Hinshaw. Thomas.. 326 Helpuch. Joseph. 39426 Hubble. D 287 Hyde. R. E.. • .. . . SI 307.318-395 320 Herman. Frederick J. 294 Hints. Helen 12.-77-138 Holt. Eleanor T...79.416 Hubei. Camilla In H arringn Virginia .423 Hawkins. Vernon C..373 Herman, Thom M as . 342- Hintz. Lease 270 ' flush. H. E. 427 Holt. W. A 243415 46 it4 Harrah Bradley M....382 Hawkinson. B 283 77 Holton. Charles 12,...372 Huber. Carl P.-. 315.186 Hams. Clark 13 30- Hawn. O Hain! . Rath B 351 Hirshberg. Shirley .. 353 Holton Gertrude E. .79- Huber, Mn. Car1412-419 I 74-288491437-373 Hawley. E. 111 73 Heradsheimer. Edward Hat. Prima A ..... 77-347 284-108 Huber. Donald 11.267473 Harris. C. S 279 Hawley. Mrs. Hany .411 309461 Hirt, Lorene 422 Itolintan. David L. 18- Huber. G. C 234- Ibbotson. ()non M. 351- Harris. Emanuel J..•311- IlawleY. Harry 34....331 Herr, George .. 344 Hiscock. Florence 11. 428- 79.33326 412 368 Hawley. Katherine .433 Hayrack. St 76 440464 Hems, Teresa 414 Ilutor.John2EK " M• B XI Man.. James W .162 Hasten. Margaret C. Henick. Man 2.431 Head. 11oettint ghans. F. J. . . hoed. lobe 0 409 Bonn, Edina. 2.83• Idgella. Kandathd P. M Hann. anna . , 420-458 Hain .422 331 412.438 Huber. Mrs. John F..424 290-295 Harris, Samuel H., )r.346 Hay. John W....336-378 Htninton. Mary E...430 Hoed. ' ilhant C.. .302- Hooker. Arthur 11...30-. Hubert, William J....401 Ihrat• John Harris. Mn. Thomas 420 Hayden David 162 Herrmann. Anna 434 363-393 Hubley. Jane. W...387 IlMenrh.n. MUM 364 )(am,. Walter 0.....397 Hayden. F.dward. -164- Hershey. Mary Louisa Hobart. Lawrence C. Hooker. J. Stewart . • .18. Iludbreder. John_ _318 Immanuel. Ca..,Xk • 356 Harris. William II- -352 200-324 439435 137-260-361 79.148411 Haldleareml. L E. ..473 ' materna. H. n• • H arris. William K....333 Ilayden..James Bus Herslion. Irving J...161- Hoban, Russel P....148- Hooper. Joseph C....336 Hodson Charles -131• Lane. Harrison. Aber 413 Hayden. Mn. ). R...414 401 362 Hootkins. Mn. II- -429 3034 I 79 ngersOU, dab 414 Harrison, Dorothy. 440 Hayden. J. R....234434 Hertzberg. Max S.....76. Hobart. Thomas Yak.77 Hoover. D. Swett.. -320 II table. WiltonG.. . .80 Inch.. Carolyn..414-451 Harrison. F. G. ._ -334 layer. R 131 401 Hobbs-Goddard. Mrs. Hoover. Nellie 424- Huainan. Fielding L371 leglu. David 322 Hannon Gilbert N-274- Hayes. Cordela 447 Ilerwit A. 11.....76-438 Virginia 419 447-455.469 Hutt Ernest Mrs. 318 Hobbs. William H. _ .1 ...308 Hopkins. 1943 0 11 4i C 230 log In.. Harold M-20- Ilaylbr. Mercy I W.m. 28- Hew 437 thesis. Alvin W 76406 Haworth P ..148 - 344 Inidn. Mn. James . 337 ... 124 4,54 74254-133 limed. I I. 76 Hoch. Hannon. John J 374 Hopkins. PecY .1 74.291.372 -140-338 Ilayner. Charlotte...447 Hester. G. B. 79 Hughes Bryan L. .232 Inlet. M. B. .. 81.123 114rreon. J W 74 Haynes. Harley A. 379. 186- 11 ochland. Robert J...77 Horn. Robert 220-221 Hochren. Helen 422 Hi:enhancer. T kg.). At].- Harrison Nene M...372 382 Ileston. William M. 264- Hocken William L. 77- Itoenabu. 21st. M ' 9 397 kg " 402 Harrison. Throne-268- Haynes. Mrs. Harley.414 345 363 Honer, Gertrude.. .31- Hulbert. B. W 194. 104a Sigma PI 44) 313-341 Hays. Mrs. 411 Harley. Allison B. .76- Holder. Stafford... .130- 79-281) 306 Wilfred J. . 3710 hays. J. G 332 243-314 Honey. Eleanor C. 79- Hun. II. C. 162 14497 Harrison. Winston F. 389 II•yward. George C-157- fletterick. Raymond D. Hodge. Richard 11. 25$- 438 ilith,„ m InardNi V. lC L-.14 . . . .. S.........395 . . Hein I. 346 Haywood. Thomas 336 Honer, Mn. W. 6.466 L Mrs. R 466 Horton Manam L. 79. 290 Irwin. Waldo).. .31746° Iran. Raymond A....28- Heald, Alva 333 Iletritt. Bill 200 Hodges. JA 410 Hull. Ars. R. B I 395 422 Mn. K. ..... .427 74483 Healy. Margaret.. .414- Herrin, Richard C...134- Hodges. Mrs. James-423 Itortante. Louis 161 !tube. FAn ' d L-10434 Ides. Has 313 Han. Salem A 349 437435 234.243.270.343 Hodges. Kenneth P .389 Iterwitch. Jack S...247. Hulse. R. R 82 H art. Samuel . ... ..231 Heaney. Robert C...237- Heyman. 1 an. E. ...269-356 H 400 Hulse. William 151- Flora B...73- 2441 Daman. .J. W Hart. Vernon 1... 387 359449-386 Heyward,F. D...241.282 4313463 Hoak. Virginia-244-415 90.4.4 sorrier, nnu Harter. Helen 422 Heaps. bin. Allison-434 ' ticket, W. P 277 Hodgson. Harold .200-330 ' loaner. John 321 Hull. 0. 5 414439 Iverson. Fred R 397 Hants. Paul 317 Heath. Charles 5,-344 Hickey. Iterothy 421 n,,,,,..1..373 !loin% Mariam 434-455 Hutton R. L. 81-270-363 Iva. John 11 3211 Hartman. Hen lib Heath. Horner 268 Hickey, Jane B 410 Floeskmaker. FA. Howie. Rawson P. Humber. Austin M. .349 74-416418 Heath. Mn. Homer .412 Hickey. Mary I . Hartman. Winifred ..403 Heck. Jac retains. .75- Hickey, Preston M 103. !roast ' s. st ' s. Harold D..78- Homer. Jana N. - .333 440 dderisle. J. 10 Hartwell, H. IL -74-437 277 Ilestaller. Della F....79 Flume. Malcolm J. .240. ack. Nib,, ma Harwich. Mn 422 Hecker, J. T 76 Hickey. W. P. „.247434 Honer. er. Esther B....436 Haack. Kenneth 393 Itartmck. 1 Awarct N. Hecker. Richard 322 Hicks. Ihien Mae., _.77. Honer. Ruth 24,78-430 Hough. 1.40,1111 H. . 2480 Humphrey. ' It; 320 Heiden. P. .76- 424460.443 Holeigh. R. „,...247.345 Hough. William R. .20. Humphrey. !learn 440- Hartwig. Lawrence E. 249455 Hicks. E V 232 lloff. Henry B 78 80-291.306-371 437 - " 423 137.271.272473-274. Hedrick. Jack P.. ..3214 Hicks. Frederick W...393 Hagemeyer. Paul F 78 Houghton. Ralph 11..40 Humphrey. lryphenna 309453 Ikon Jain B..329.330 B-329-330 Hicks. Mn. Herbert -413 Hoffer. James R. ... 3 277410 32 417 Jackson. P. Eugerw..174- 312 Hartwig. Marie 12....73. Heenan. Robert ... 322 Hicks. Jarvis S.-200418 ' legman. Agnes C 75 Houghton. Virginia 1.. Humphrey. 1. II 442443.452.463470473 Hata.Hata. Hag ta. Robert A 77 man. C. Donald .118 410.446 Humphrey. Ray C. liars,.. John K....734311 373 Hicks. William B 288 flagman. H. B...264-267 Home. Grace 427 386 Itannth. FAith 440 Heidbeeder. J. E. .306 Hicks. William C. .369 Heitman. Isaac 316 Homel. William S...302- Humphreys. R. N....334 . Orville.. ..i43.tc, Hawaii Elizabeth -437- II eidensch. Lawrence). Hicks. Wain 77 Herrman L. Wallace. 334 314 Humphrey!. W. R. .333 mine 440 376 Higla H e. enry It 393 llogrnan. Ralph L. .73. Houston. James C. .149 Hunt. C K Ilawilden. C. L. 75 Heiler. Helen. ..284427 Hien.. kW, 412418 383 X1.4331 Hunt. E. V. Arbon oseph J....344 Ifmkins, Harley NV ... 75. Arliern H. Highie, Ralph W.318493 Holrneu E H Char!.. ter. tWonce E. outen. Cle. T...352 Hunt. M. K 75 Hunt. Marjorie . . -Iii Heilman. 362 135.438-144-433 Hien. N. F 266 lman. Ferdinnda ..15Z High. FAwanl L 245409433 hioven. T. K 77 Hogan Geraldine... .409 Howard. Bertha .437 463 Hunt. Mn.M Nora C..419- m C. 82 Heim, Gordon T... .234- Ilighfield. Arthur . -.330 Hogberg, Henry C...234 Howard. Eluabeth..244. 427-163 309.397 IfigtJey.A. Marvin..269- 0. Fred Mrs. Walter . 4 287 .419- 1842433 Heitman. Kenneth. .451 320 lichen Newberry Reel. Ifighley. Mrs. A. M-405 Hon. William S.. -418147 420 Hunt. Hunt. Walter P. 303-13 son hf amino C 411 : Pa cobs uline arm 82• deer• .. 70.3 .440 Itiglay. C C. 379 . lined, john C 330 Hunt. Wilfred T. 313491 Helier. C. L.. ... _76 Ifigley. Mn. Charlaa.411 Evart C. ..,. Ilewe. Frederick R 80 Hunter. A. 11 Heller. E.. 76 Higley. 111. 3 408 Dorothy H. Howe. Lucille E. .80 Hunter. Elizabeth Hellet. Henry 363-393 Hildebrand. Paul K. 78 303. 410-437 Hunter. George G... 370 ' ' ' ' ' Mrs.. - " : ' Helliwell Robert 164.373 3.49 Hogwook• Prof. Evans flowed. awns A....32$ Hunter. Herbert .32 Jacobson.D. 234-2611301422•378 Ilonrell. David A. - .323. , A. Ilelmeiane M 413 If irilra Helms. ldol, Wahl°. _334 41.234-233-347 Jacobson. S. L 82 18.76 Hildenbrandt, Mrs. T. HolliroA.George 13.149- Helper. H. 76 11 411 N1405-306 Howell, B. ) 374 Huntington. Edwin ). 331 Jaeltri. Harold A..32-351 ma Hoop. Anhui ' H.... 321 James. A. A.... ..... 40 Index mos•Dorothy 413 Jolson. Ralph R....361 Kammon, P. W Kelly. Alexander R... 391 Kinney. Harry S .. - .333 Korbel. Helen J 411 89 Ladd. Virginey L....3 ia 1., ..379 Johnson. Raymond 0.26- Kainniski. A ZOO Kelly. Carolyn...36-423. Kinney. R. R 88420 Korelits. Demi 13 39 alms. Sidn87 amgotchian. V. B. - 290 317 Kampman, 1 ' ....200 454 Kinsman. Kenneth 0. 342 Korenktewice. B. 1.281. Lacomarcino. Jobe P.386 282 lamb. Marion mason, Douglas J..383 johraon. Robert 336 Katuppuner. lisielolph II. Kelly.Larnoi0 mixon. Ntilliarn 11-340 ohms. Ruth .. , . ..418 nalca. E. K 438 ohms. Velma E .. 23- Kam saes TI Kelly. Paul VIZ Kelly. M. TT234 Kirby. Dorothy 88. MO 116 Kirby. Weymouth W.392 423-00 Korkindry, Neva D...89. ' adman. Thelma 1.•.44 432 Laiho. Jahns M...9147 423 nia. George 82.388 84.436435.459473474 Kampen. Rabelk - .284- Kemper. John W.3187-384 Kirehusiner, Carl J. 381 Kortenhoff, Ift4n...409 Laird, Thelma 91-438-449 aqua . Marguerite ... 433 ohmon, W. A amen, Selma 32-234428 rem, Vera 418 dine, Alexander 5.594 ohnson. Ways 14 339539 Kandelin, Martin E. 277. Kempf. Karl 0 200-376 Kempf. Paul 433 Kempf. Mc% It 430 Kirimura. P 349 Kirkbride. C. 0.-33 395 Ks. Frank Robert .A9 La Jessie. Vivian.449 293 Kaki. Fred A...133.333 Lem!, William 394 330 Kirkpatrick, W. 64....88 Kotila, Theodore A... 89- Lake. Constance -91 427 rives. Katherine 54.450 Johnson. ...454 Kandelin. Martha. -86 Kenos. Ralph 237 Kim. Wm. J 330337 amia. 440 Johnston. Clarence T. 42 Kane B M 3-441 Kempts, G. 87 K C 36 Kampala, B irschner. . 249 Lake. Robert C 237 Kirschner. Victor 3.137- A 421 1 387 eases. Frank B.. 28.3• ohnston. Franklin 13-315 Katt. S. 287 Ken n. David W. .163- 766413 Kovackek, Louis .90 Lamb. W. K 379 Sess. Keith E....321.1 Kans T. . 207 Kirschner. L. D U. Kovinalcy. Lillian.. 147. lambda CU Alpha US ffroys. Z. 5 82 Masts. laurenee C-372 Kammen.J. 0 85 Kendelin M S 86 291478401 248-429 Lamberson. Prank ...352 Uric,. Eleanor..41.5465 ohnston. Margaret W. Kao. Wen-Yuen 292 Kendrick. MiltonG-8G smey. Edwina N...416. ski. Erie . . 342 Kappa Beta Pi 410-442-432-433 Kappa Alpha Theta-408 Kennedy. J. Cullen.. 770- Kitchen, HughN.. .319 Ks. NV .Bryce 373 Lamont. A. C.... .143- 448 $6 Kennedy. G.A Kitson. Mappret 431.463 Krag. Mrs. W. W....426 Kitting. Ruth 88412-445 87 Kitchen. E. D Kiteb. John D 340 Koykka. Thomas V.311- Lambe. Aimee 33 Krafft. John II 323 Lass. Robert W. -1110 406 422.465 244. 1 skins. A. K 83 450 Kaplan. William S....260 assns. W. 395 Johnston. Vera 263. Kaplan. S S meant. J. R 264 lentils% A. C 83 olly. Fred .1 Kappa Delta Rho 361 Kennedy. Katherine 420 440 Landers. Maurice 11.168. 220.224 437.464 on% Thous H. 357 Kappa Delta •24 Kennedy. ' Catherine . Kimmins. Helen • . • 164- Kramer. Abe 353 Pennell. J.155 416438 one, II 309 Kappa Slims 339 Kenny. A• lam F.- .339 4 0-437.464 424-447473 lases A..90 Landers!. Chrism E...91 )enruns. Edna May 155• °sib... Tees ...84440 Kappa Nu 353 Kennedy..Kanuans - .397 Klanderman. Ethel...83 Kramer. James W....326 187 Jeanine.. Frances_ 440- ona. E 373 Kan, Gamma 413 Kent.11iller. Mary...461 Kkeknee. William C-381 Kramer. . .440- ' Andre. J. Paul 361 86 Kenyan. Prof. Herbert Kleckner, William R..313 462 Lane. Everett Ileber.91• Jennings. Harley nine% Mn. H. V.If -307 ones. E. L.. - • .... 306 Karpiruki. ICasmir -.509 one. Donna K..410437 Karl. II. M 268444 Kkent. Frederick K..322 ge H.. 72 on lane. iierner V 328 0-304 Jea.4I5- ones. Mn. E. L....466 Kasindo. Louis C...34I Kenyon. Howard 4...31- Ki es. PatsK... _ 466 ones. Grant 14 284412421 Kiss, SeraIhrman 411 269 9p Edward li. .296- Lane. Victor IL, 1r..301• 381 lutinslo. Mrs. Louis 87 Klein. Hennan _. AO ' 8-3711 testa. Paul F.. _30- ones. II. V 84 341420.433 Ka soy. S .1 ' 338,130 32 83.343 sea Helen 411 Kaminski. Mary 420 Kerby. William Fr 363 63322 Kean% Mrs. E. H 415 Lang. C. II 412 387 Lange90 las. Josephine 262 items. J. T....22.83403 ones Helen 5_452.457 Kart.Paul Kerber. Mildred . ..316 Klein. Jule B 399 Kraus-J snick. Pantie 319) ones J. A. 84 Kiascr. Clayton IL 161- Kerlikoanki. C. Klein. I.. R 246448-312 ohn Krell.. ' Paul II 346 Lang. . Pd! W Laniard ....210-213 W. ..91 son. Stanley R. C. ID. on P 84 3514311 387 Klein. Will 220-239 ones asks P.-203-337 Kaaer, 0. Franklin. -351 Kerlikowski. Mrs. Al- Kleathekstl. Gladys-411 iam Krektlei. Jack B.....367 Lange.l. Richard Forrest Jewel. Edward M....8.3- ones ens 424455 Kass, J. H $6 bat 174 Earl...361 Connor E 410 um I. 47 ohn C .1244-379 Kau. Alvin ft 368 Kern. MnLydia.. .7 Altos, Itomen -- Kress:cr. C. B 373 Langs. John D - . . 270- jewel. S ..... - .. -249 one Jewett. Helen NI 433 ono. LS . F.... 35 u. Donald 84 Kau. E. 11 3D9 Kern. Paul J...18-87- Kline, a sks T.....337 232410.359 84 246.272-312474 Kline. Donald 148- R SO snit. William E...151- ones Lewis Dr. B 284 ones II. E 85- Katz, II 85 Katzin. Leon A 401 Kerr. Carl A. 86 Kern. Stuart R 11 20-246 x1 313434 Langs. Wilke KTeUger. Helen e. 334 Kreynse IV 373 Langford. Malcolm S. 415 Langford. M. George 383 160-382 Eats. Joseph 365 87467 Kline, Mrs. Francis-447 ....455 419 uses. iudith M. .784 ones Maurine imeh.L...152- Kaman. Mania 318 Ken. I) Kline, Kline. Harriet 414 Kroy lne. 157- 373478 h. 271436448440 Katzman. Aaron II-230- Kerr. Marion IS. K 260-415 Liumford. niers S...134 as %%rips „.,.410 ones. Ralph 11 373 401 ob .1 er. J. G 61 ones. Robert 390 Kauffman. Mrs. C. H. Kerr. R. M 87-247424 Kliing Sylvia 429 Hattie er. Manual 89 E 90 Langford. Mn. T. 5..422 3• Kropp. Erma Louise 418 lasharn. R. ocelyn. L. P 262 Ones. Robert .1 383 409-420 234 Ks. W. J Kerakr, Allen Ku. 37 Kluagman. Mrs. Theop 408 hil Kroll. Mrs. W. 11....466 lanehans. Roy 5 -238441 Zing E. 0 318 ono. Robert 0 41.5 Kaufman 327 433 Langton. Raymond Du. ohm, A. N• . .... .83 ow . S. E. 220- Kaufman. Charlet R.246- Kessler. Clarence P...359 Klinernan. WaISIg. •IgS Kubeele. Mug Louis A. .26- moot 91414 ohm. Mary 83453 225411431476 346 Kessler, Mrs. C 427 KS ' s, Milton-250465 96317-373 Lams. Mrs. Helen..91. ohms Agnes-234463 cos. V. R 287 Kaufman. Donald .35.6 Kessler. II 87 Klock. Floyd I 369 )(o ' er. P 287.290 417 ohnson Ardath L...115• ones. Willard P... Kaufman. F. 12 310 Ketchum. Dorothy. .403 Klock. Jans F 383 Kuenzel. Mildred 1...434 Lantine• Roe! 91 83428 215.497 Kaufman. L. J 86 Ka N ' H 220-222 Klee.% Da Oconee W 393 384 Kogan. Earl..31-89484 Ru1 Kuhn.ssel. R. Doris II Lantz, Harold le -91- 290 ones, William .164-200 Kaufman, Morton. .365 Keyes. John 290 Knapp. Normart.165.360 Kum.. W 454 Kuisme. 287 lams. Albert Roy -91 264 Lapieff. A.- -.141490 91435 237 287 1 ohms C C 83 onlan..lamos. .. ..337 247-2U ICuariDoff. Prof. D. K. 339 Castki. John 1-86-1.19 Keys. (merge E 279 KIWI. 1 232 Keritt. M1 100 E. .87. Knepp, Nitta% 89- Kuhner. Arthur 0....350 Lapin. 284-413 330 Knapp. Harold L 344 Kuhn. S. Kenneth. 392 Lents, W 428.447 genial.. Norman 90 426 373 ones. Willis R ohms Baxley 158 stn. Anthony G...65- Keyser. P. W SownBeatnce....415 ohnion Charles H.. 370 stain. Mrs. Myra.B. 5.443 Keane. John W., 133- Kidney. R. 1) Almon Mrs. Charles ordan. William H...333 237483 tient. Clifford L 380 Knepley• Arnold Wil• gusts. helm 409 I.aramy. Jack Brook...H. 335 feed 37 Knee. Bernice 343 Kearns. Ralph B. 116- Kans.Ben 89487 Kunwrow. Ruth 109 277 2ii.449 Kt. Leland 11 Anson Clyde N....370 oseii. Gabe 1 18- 383 Knight, Annette .419-440 Kunst. Virginia Helen Lanny. Helen 410 ohmsP. C. 113 85-231-350 Rearm. MIliarn W .369 Kneen, Franklin 3 ' 0 Knight. Melvin K....389 90.437 Lards.. Katherine .440- Union E. L 83 oslyn. L A 35.409 Keefer. L 387 KtIgwee• Louis 0 329 Kntsley, Arthur J... .89- Kunkel. Allison C....96 443 Anson. R. S. .. , . .. .83 oslyn. Mary Ann ...409 Keegan. Robert Y....101. Katy, 0. W 87 396 436472 Leese. Margaret 91. ohms Edward L...351 mt. Robert H. 206 378 Kim, Kathryn .290440 KneePIP P 220. Kunkle. Luke 154- 284-133 ohms. Rather 340 otter. E. V 282 Keen. Clifford 186- Kimball, David C. 351. 229443-383162481 Larkin. William 322 ohms Paye A 431 oy. P 283 234439 384 Knoll. law. A. H.....360Knoll. Kunkle. Mark 5.267473 Lamed, Belle P 347 ohms Plop ' R...159- oy, Mrs. Henry 5.-440 Kern. Mr.. Clifford .. 420 Kinball. Donald A. 30417 Knoll. Leo A 387 Kunkle. Paul A..267473 Lamer. Katherine -.152 sedan Casa. Keeler. 11.E 318 Kinball. Horton D...153- Knowles. Bruce It 392 Kuon. I.. A 22 La Rocco. Anthony J. 366 cohnisyn 0. C 232 Weetungs Least .453 Keeler. Mrs. H. R.....422 380 Knowlson. Olive 410 Kuoppala. Arthur A..374 hallos. Erwin F.... 369 ohms 0oure....158- atop C. York .269426 Keeler. L 287 Kimbell. M. W....87.362 Know. Maurine V. 243- Kuser. Saul S. 90 La Rowe, Esther -.453 243.342 UnS00. LSTILDS 332 Keeler, Nelson 339 Kimball. Mrs.II. M. W. 466 413 . 438-463 Knox. Sarah Lower..89. Kupterger, John S...362 Lakes. James ohn 4.36 Kimble. William U..330. Koos. W 296 Larson. Bernard 157. ion Gros L...138. uilkeet, Earl 11.....373 Keeley. William R...270 Kimball. Vir n gKum, Joseph A 90 426-446.440 Kuracan. A. C • 51....380 Kimball. V,..M..., . 244-370 u R hard H..246.34.3 Keenan. jar 287476 Keay. w.. Kist, Sophie....83438 Kohacker. Marvin S....346 kurviak. R. C.... „ .269 Larson. C 185- Kam. George Unite. Paul II 243 295-137 247-363 2(4-269432 234309 thereon C. 9 Gordon . .164- so km Kinde M. R . k rvink. Richard 0- Larson, Elston P.....37$ ohnson Mrs. Harold 424 Committees 456 Keifer, Kerwin C SST King. D. L 88 Kobe. S. 29J Ku LW 350 Las unit. Floyd H...389 200436 iambi Girls ' Play Kehrli. Norman L....375 ICS. Syron B 333 Kobles, Edmund A..89- 400 Kann. Louis 246-252-268412426 Larson. Vernon W. -376 ohms Howard A..351 ury. Henry E....35-359 Krikr. Margaret L..413 King. °S Dorothy 419 Koch. Donald A 343 Kutschinaki. Myrtle .435 Leaks. Edwin David 92- um knee. 455-169 Kenn. Cameron K....379 King. Prank A 33 oc 6 Kh. Esther 455 Kwsiboroski. Antony P. 333 Sown J...114414 K Krim. ' farther L.315-379 King, Gear 33436 Koch. Katherine 414 90 La Societe Hispaeks Keiser. D. A SO King, H. 7. ' 302 Koch, Richard 11 363 Kyer, Mrs. Charles ..416 oilmen canette....433 234 ohnson hn P 332 Kmay. lle ' an 423 ._. Keitser. Welter A....385 King, Mrs. Horace ...415 Kocher. 415 Kher. Helen Illam..89 Kyer. Katherine 408 Laue Mildred r. Mired 463 Anson Katberyn..454 moil. AM ' s " KellAnl. Miriam.. - .416 King. Martha....414-137 Kock. Edward J 331 Kyte.( ' 287 Latham. Ruth Margaret Anson k.„349 Kahn. A. A 88 Kelleher. Mrs. Kathleen King. Shirley 88. Koenig. Peter J 347 Kyte. Mrs. 0. C 423 92.412 Immo Leonard...15$ Kahn. Betty 437 421 263427446459.463 Koff man. Herman -.335 K tusk. William . . . . 232 ohnwn Lucile T-84-415 Kahn. ROG A. Keller. Dwight 332 King. Robert W.- .131- Kohl. Eleanore C....89 ohmon Martha ....433 Kahn. Reuben L......368 Keller. Margaret 5 411 259-363-335 Kohl. J. C 39. L ohmun, Morris 0...361 KaPate. Samuel .. 234 Kellerrnsn. Ernest I). 383 Kinsey. Richard 11..380 278402406 ohason. None. 164 Kans. F. P Kellner. Rkhard K..210- Kimanaan. ' Theophile.383 Koixumi, I 290.293 1.1.0-00. Edward W.90403 elmson-Orlent..131-334 Kalish. P. R- 83 367 Kingsbum. G. W 262 Kolvoord. C. L. 373 La Bout. man, E....431 ohms, Phillip 12...337 Kallock, W. P 398 Kelsey. Easton C.....328 Kingsley. Charles R..371 tensely, Mary, 2913440 La Boer. Robert C...344 Simon. It. G 84 Kelmhaek. Kelsey. Mrs. Francis Kingaley. Janes P... •315 KOnttsy. W. IL. - .279 La Core, Donee 90- lumen, R. L 84-277 463 H 412 KinglISTI. Lenore E-433• 1Conold,_ Mrs. Gnice .418 1214313465 Miss ft V 84 Kammer. M 244 Kelsey. J. I 86 4.H-163 K. Edith 418 Lacey. Voltam L....387 132 35.306 Kelsey. Ruth ....246-4M Kinney, A L 326 Kopko. Theodore 13 139 Ladd. E. S. 88 Xopstem. Revell:. R 89 [add. Helen KS }ohms. Ralph A....34. Kanunermeyer. K...20- Kelsey. Ruth ... .246-463 Kinjala. Martin 282 t r Index Lathier.. Prank Dasken tense . J•rnoi . .... 327 Landbald. A. P 3134 London. Elisabeth _437. 2714331 Nana. Nathan W,._ 92 Lents. 11. N 166 Lindell. Selma 447. 464 MacFarlane. D. D. 394 ManoneM. Shirley Matteson. Ruth 417 .97. Mathes. Dorothy I... Letting. Helen Maude Leonard. 0. E. 243-311 Linden. Ellen ft.., -433 Lough. lacilk ..437-464 MacParlane. 11..J... .352 435-434.433.473 99,4m 92.283-418437 Croce L. ..420- Lindensauth. Ralph. 132 Louis. David It 323 MacGregor. C. 16 ' 96 Mansion. Geckle N-1614 Matthew. Olive Latty. Elvin R 378 460 Lindenschnutt. john.343 Louroaster. Oliver W. 371 MacGregor. Mn. Mar- 382 2 Lanolin. Edward P 92 Leonhard. James Ward Lindhout. Combos H. Love. Mn- C. 8-417-431 gam 418 M•itton, Benjamin NI. Matthews, 0. M.....281 Latultp, Edward T...396 03-169496 348 Love. Lovell S. 394 Mtu-Intorth. Elizabeth 424 353 M•ttbOVS. Rather. -416- Lauer. Namara% .440-461 Leonard. N. 13 93. Lint...Prance 438 Love, Marion 427 MacKay.. Mn. Lamina Manion. Dan 0 ' 349 , 440 Laughlin. Jack 352 220.228.288 Lindsay, Harold 9 Lovejo S. y. Mn. P. ..413 417 Manson Grate -415 Matthews. II 282 Laughtce. Clair V...344 Lament Owen 15.....93 Line. Edward 354 Loveland. Richard W.330 %IacKensie. R. 0....329 Mane. Robert W. .268- Matthew.. Philip 30 Lame. F... . . . . 22.92 Leonard. William ..327 Lingel. Louise 462 Lovell. F. R.....206.349 MacLean. J. A,,. .270487 33; Mattoon. Agra-99437 . Laurandine, Edith L. Lenard. Cecil W. 344-379 Link. Lawrence 334 Lovell. II. W 23. MacLennan. Kenneth Manuel. Connie G. .290 Mattoon. II. Priam. 01415 Levant Harold J. . .. 344 bosky. Ploeence A...94 95-315438-385 157-332 Alanwating. Gertrude 428 994134 14 Robert _269. Leppelmner. Gilbert 13. Lrtehmsky. Leo 401 Lovertui. Adolph B. MacMahon. J. W....231 Manwaneg. Henry A..98 Matyeh. George 8...348 MI 93-370 Lipkin. Sidney P 353 346 Machleeksn. J. W...160. Mao. Kenneth K.....290 Maugh. L C 373 M•pel. Dorothy 437- Maulbetsch. Charlotte Easeful. Enid 3 366 Lerch. Brooke W....393 Lipshield. Donald J. 368 Limber. Margaret .43.4 Laurie. Malcom 0 131 LeRoy. Elizabeth M..420 1930 Literature, Selma Lowe. Kenneth II...151. MacNeol, Harley 416 lauterback. Leo P...92- LeRue. E. 475 and Arts 148 384 MacNeal. Mary Ada. 96 Masai. Florence 424 Maurer. John A 22. 383 Leslie. Robert 166 1932 Lltentutealdenee Lowe. William H 344 MacNeil. H. P 381 Mapes. John 163417 99482 Lautzenheiser. Eaten Leslie. T 20 and Arta 140 Lewes. Seymour S...360 MacNeill. R. A 96 Marantette. Kenneth C. Maurer. Wesley H... 312 434-464 Leslie. Thomas M...93- Litre!, Elmer I.. 372..372 Lowenberg. Gladyca .419. MacPherwm. J. D...340• 152 Maurice. Marguerite 99. 389 Manotte. Charles 11.148- 331 Littell. Junes Es 136 464 337 Aratcy. Elizabeth LaVette. 440 Leustkamp. Grace A. Little. C. C 185.243 Lowenatein. John ..18- MacRae. D. A 363 Lavine. I Id -.92462 93-433 2564611•L4309417-403 95.346 MacRae. FAward 343 Marcos. Benjamin 98.400 548:410 1930 Law 151 Levenson. Edward 5..93 Little. Mrs. C. C.....443 Lovett-mine. Maurice R. MseVicar. D. W 340 Mason. Donald-98-368 Mattoon. Mschaell.Jr Law. Albert 384 Levi. Isabelle-28342S Little. Elwood 342 346 MacVicar, N. S.. .373- Marin. ' Axel. ...... 363 Maxwell. Prank 11....103- 398 Little, Madge T P 4 lio-ses Morin. Mrs. it Law. Carl 330 Little. Thomas Lafayette 186440 Macaulay. Elizabeth Marin. Nek 363 James H...313• John H 340 Levine, Josephine...434 94 Lowery. Percy C 280 435.449461 Markey. Joseph. , . _MIA 379 Lawler. Ile en A 92• Levine. J. Louis 93 Litsky. Albert _ ..1). _399 Math H..28- MacCredse. Nell M...96 Markley. George E.• .323 Matwell, 424431463 Levine. Sam J 401 Litsenberger. Dori 423. 93.388 Machin. Reginald .316 Marks. Burton 35.3 13243 Lawler. William A....383 Levine. Thelma Leah 453 Lowrey. Hazel H.... 95 Macintosh. J. II 358 Marks. David H... . 333 hlaurcll. Rued B. .99- Lawrence. Carl A....161. 93-264-474 Diu. Kung K 290 Lowry. Mn. T. A....413 Mack. Christian N...318 Marks. Harold. AA 381.406 234 Levi.. Clarence L....383 Liu. Shu Ting 437 Lowry. W. E 252• Mark. Elsa L 416 9I-231430 May. Carroll it 7 271-343 Mack. Tommie 8....364 Marsh, Arthur W... .331 May. C Lawrence. Mrs- J. P..408 Levet. Stanley. .157- Lsvmdston. Richard.157• Lawrie, Malcom 0.....431 369456 346 Lowther. Mika 3....363- Mack. %Wham 354 Marshal. W. B 230 May D. C 302 Lawson, Gerald J 32. Levy Alan 365 LJoyd. Mn. Alfred -414- 367 Mackay.. Mn. R. K..450 Marshall. Brooks.98-33l May. Mrs. Donald...414 .. 92443496 Levy Benjamin H 93 419 Lucas. L M 388 Macklin. Emmatel.401 Manikin. Charles 0..348 May. Ernest 322 Lawson. Ralph P....338 Levy Ira W 353 Lloyd. Alice.411-442-440 Lucas. Robert B 95 Matlatmalin, Daniel.323 Marshall Don 3114 May. George A..317471 Lawton. Charles D.. a2. Marshall. June. 18-98- Marti. Elmer E )ran I 464 Lloyd. Mn E. P..426 Luck, Bernard lack 356 Lloyd.Anna 411.419 Lticey. lament V...3.13 Macmillan, Duncan 325 Marshall, FAna M Oa May. Letter 365 370 Levy J In Maddock. W. 0-313.382 Marshal . John S... .324 May. Richard Holman 99 Lawton. Louella .....422 Levy Marshall 316 Lloyd. Kenneth 14.-235. Ludington. W. C.. .230 AI iddy. J. 8 99 Layer. Mrs. Ralph...23 Levy Mn. Morin.. .423 370442 Leith-, William W....95- Madero. B 236-269 415-463 Mayer. George.. ..... 99 344 Marshall. Mark 379 Mayer. Judith lawyers ' dab: ha ub: Levy Nathan. .,.271474 Lloyd. Rotert H....94- 287 Madill. David 99 Council 406 Levy Norman 336 Iwkena 0 248496 Martbrato. J. B. .....373 Marshall. Mn. M....413 Mayen, Seth T 343 Bearded Goveneers 405 Levy Slinky 363 Lobb. Laths l ' 94 Lukens. Samuel 3....95- Maelnot. K. W 90- Marshall. Ruth ..437-463 Mayers. True-Male -. 265 Lax. Ivia 473 Lewandosnkt. Theodore Lochmon. Sidney D.. 94 ynard. Helen II...426 363 306-375 Marshall. Walter V...314 375 Locke. Gertrude I.....93 Lund. W. R. .... . .277 Macau. Loraine Marshall. Mrs. Walter V. McAfee. W. P .... .210. La D. e...246-331 Lewis. A. B 395 Lockton.Charks FL ..93 Lunlemulder, Frani .379 Mager, Ruth E 96 411 290 Alarshick. Dorothy, -437. McAlpine. Roy Layman. Russell C...384 Lewis. Darien D....347 Lockton. Robert -.336 Linden. Arthur L....393 Magnatto, B Lazar, M J Lewis. Mrs. Chuck...413 Lockwood. Albert -.313- Laindin.000w....200493 Malley. W. A 369 453.475 450 238-259450 Lewis. Charles A....93- 341443 Lundquist. MarianG.436 Mahan. T. .1,-96494 Martell. Cecil H 98 McAnAk, R. Ft 232 Leach. Esther D 92 246323 Lockwood. Samuel-313. Lundy. John W 166 Mahoney, II. M 96 Martens. Philip EL . -.98 McAndrews. Lorinda . Leach. Mr.. P. 13.-466 Lewis. David Itt 22- 341 Arnold Mahoney. 11 h 97 97 Martha Cook Building 165-411 Leahy. Francis S....340 93-385 Lodge. ' F. Harvey. -.152- W 95.336 Mahr, Lucille M. -97436 438 McArthur, Gnome II. Lean. A 115487 Lewis, D. H 266 296.390 Lutes. S. Winifred -284- Mulch., G. A 97 Martin. E. G. 334.395 09410.270437 Letmon. Lois L 92 305.313.341 Loenreke. Wm 200 413465 Maher. Cosy 341 Martin. Mrs. Edward J. McBride. Jennings..190, Lellaban. Lois 438 Lewis. Mn. George..412 labene. Everett 8...339 Lutz. Cornelius E. .309 Maki. A. 3 97 434466 2 LeClair. John I) 380 Levis, Mrs. Howard B. Logan. John A 260- Luyendyk.. John...287 Makielski. Mrs. Leon 424 Martin, Elizabeth P..433 McBroon. Russell LeCore. I) 472 410450 329-380 Lyens, Dorothy 465 Makiebki. Leon A....392 Martin. Frank M..98484 McCabe. Fordyce 0.-99 LeDuc. Don M 382 Lewis. Howard P....315 Logan. Leonard 158-347 Lyle. Leon ...137-347 Malrinen, A. A 97 Martin. George B 26 McC,abe. W. I? 318 ins Lewis, James P 323 Logan. William M....380 Lynch. Cornelius 0...385 Malay. Bernadine II-97• 98406-320 IlCalkee. Charles P.732 Lee. Mrs. A. 0.. ..... 413 Lewis. Katherine 0-93. Logic. Elizabeth Janet Lyon. Donald M.. .96. 428 Martin. Gladys 742 409 McCain. R 181-2 Lee. Irma B 92 410 95-248-420 413474-480 Malcolm. Carl D.._..373 Martin. John 13...911-3.10 McC,41.1, Charts W...358 1.4 . Leone ...18.93 263 Lewis. Marjorie C....94. Lohman. Mrs. 426 Lyon, Frederick N...349 Malcolm. Dorothy Martin. Rea K„..98474 McCall. Mary 164 2144-416446-459463 410-413 Lorrain. Wilham K..337 Lyons, Claimer 3....330 416-464 Martin, Rosow 334 McCallum. P. 3 0 Leen. Walter 350 Lewis. Nina Neville-94 Lombard. Warne P-315 Lyons. Mn. C. J•. .422 Malcolm. Emily P....426 Martin. Rosyln 425 McCallum. Kenneth.. Leeson. Louis 333 Lewis. Ralph S. 361 Lemont. Allen Clement Lyons, Dorothy M.. .96- Malcomb. Karl 379 Martin. W. II 210- 164-261-347 L44evre Brains M....93 Lewis. Robert 339 05 271427460470 Malcolm. Russell L..460. 320-334 MeCannel. Donald. .329 Le der. F. W 220418 Lewis, Selena May 94 Long. Mary Belle....449 Lyons. Hubert W....332 Martindale. John McCarthy. Edward Do.. Lefkowitz. Bernice J..429 Lewis. Thelma. _.418-434 Long. Robert M 332 Lyons, Kenneth J._ .160 Malcolm. Mn Russel 416 166493 " 75 Lectsich, Louis 336 Lewis. William .. Jr. Long. Sidney II 349 Lyons. R 243434 Maldonado. 0 302 Martin! Robert A...359 McCarthy. Helen Leidy. Paul A 378 Ley. Mary 434 Long. William If. ...397 Lytle. R. 31 437 Mallory. H 413 Mamie. AI 100 Mallory. S 20 Man. Milton S 401 McCaughey. Patrick E. 93 94-26a413-322 Long. Theodore S. -230- Lyons, William J....332 Mallory. fintnia . - .• 813 Marty. Carl Lab ' ovits. Carl 364 Ley. Arlon 0 371 322 Lytle. Mary Leigh. Young 281 ley. Nina A 94434 Longest. Byron j....323 Mallory. Seward 14.. .07. Ilwakayan. II. B.... 8.8 Leith. Clan 3 164 ' Ls. Chi.hstang 318 Longer. Richard J....308 M 289-358 Mmlen, Albertina...244- McCauley. Prances W. 420-464 Libman. C . . . 218 LougewaY• George. • • Malone. Dorothy M.164. 99 Leman, Charles IL...303. Lichtblaw, Abe A 399 Lorobury. L. P. ... . . 330 s., " ` " `“• Samuel 336 423439464 Mason. Adelaide McClain. Jocelyn.. .164 , 380 Lichtenstein. Maurice Loafs:seen. Grenek n 94-250 Looney. Frances 11...93. Mabley. ' T. 34.14 " e Jame 0.....97. Mason. E. W.... . . 379 Meeker. Kathleen L.I00 Lemons Edward .. -151 384 Mason. William S...131. McClover. Neil I 380 Lemke. Lauer C.. - 35 Eighty. Dorman B...385 Malone. J. 0 21 371 McClelland. Lucille..414 Lemke, Walter 376 Lickly. James It 94 Loop. Fred 384 Maloney. J 289 Manselink, Henry J.. 331 McClenathan, Harold R. MacCallum. Charles...420 midoy.Theons W Maeda Rollo J... .387 Lembo Mra. W 406 Liddecoat. Richard L. Loa. C. M 387 UMW. Malwina -.430 279-369 110411436, „ 379 97411 Masten. Wirt M.. - .370 McClintock. M. 1).._..1116 Len, Pr ank R 371 Liebman. Herbert 356 Lerch. Barba 414 CEnis Matthaei.. Charlotte .437 Mute.. Clarence 18..354 McCloskey, Chaska A. PAllahatp. John R....321 Lightbcdy, James 3-333- Lath. Elizabeth 409 Malls, David L 97 Mather, Elise D 98 McClookey. Charles A. 384 Loh. Emil 392 • 343 Manic.. Bernard ....39a Mather. Ruth S. 420 200 Lightfoot, Helen I...26- Each. Mrs. Emil .. _410 r • 34 7 Manus.. Gordon... -398 Mathews. Alice E....426 McCloskeY. Gerald. - 3145 94.22443S Lord, Alice 450 Mse13005010. Manse!. Catherine .438 Mathews. W. C 395 McClung, Marjorie .418. Lignell. Rudolph W..382 Lord. R. II 426 Menbeck. Once L...426 Mathews. George 15..264. 463 LW, Nicholas D 94 Loree. Douglas 1 ....326 tn " 119051d• Ann. 431 Mathewson. Twonwitne 338 McClute. Mn Harold Lillian Edward 0 335 Lorre. Mr.. Douglas .414 411 Lillis. Robert C 94 lace. I. D Mael)onald, G. X....96. 97.231430 98435 McClure. Mary M...410 P 392 434 Lorene, Elmer ,, „ 336 Manly. Robert W....97- Mathie. David 3 1115.310 Mathis. Barbara J.„ 43116 McClure. Vida K...10 1)- Liman, Lima. Vivian H 429 Loam. Virginia -.412452 " ' • • • 96 Macl)onald S. 305436 Linton. Edna . MacDonald. Marmon 445 Mane, 18 Mathtvet. Eugene C.. Jr. McClutikv H. Lincoln, co- MacDonnell. Curtis-311 M•nnins. E 914 McColl. Charles 164 oln. N 334 2844 J 31 , ,Lincol " . Mra .408 Lett. Winnetd 97. Matteson. Harold M 3110 McComb. M.....100- t " ndanr. Jorge E....281 447461 360.335 Maclasua. N. E...149. 248.249.306.361 Mattson; Rotel T..336 Inder r tr. J(2n McComb. Ruth 428 McKee. Aida Vere _101- Merriman. Irwin E...380 Miller. 3. P 243- Moore. Clarke P Muir. Thomm..... - .321 Nelson. Ralph 330 McConkey. Gouge NI. 474 Merritt. Benjamin D. 294 243-344-386 104.239.256-395.331 Mathes Stanley N. Nelson, Richard R 106 McConoughley. Mylon S. McKee. Dorothy G. 144- Merry. Henry J. . 242- Milky. oho P... 103420 314491 McKec. Betty .414437 Merry. Elk B...343.373 Miller. E... ...318 Moore. Earl V 369 414.4444363427-341 Slulek. C. W 26 321478 Nelson. WIlbur 163 331 Nelson. W. 11 264 246443 Miller. rl L....164474 hloore. Mn.Mrs. Earl Y..411. %lulu ' . Elmer J 333 Sephkr. Mary e.106454 McCord. William C. 397 McKibben. P. S.. _PH Menhen. Robert W-101 Mdkr, Laverne 307 410 Mullen. MarioneA. .408 Segni% Reid M..... MT McKillen. J. 0-110.211 Mertens. Charles 4...1. Miller, Mrs. .won.. h....438 NIulldren. Richard P.. 374 Naomi. Ward H 323 164.200467 McKinley. Edna .421463 102414 Milky. Mabel $0 340 Mummers Dramatk Nestle, John B 373 McCormick. Ethel 424- McKinley. James_ 344 Norman W., AM Milky, Margaret 411.4314 Moore. F. II 243.320 Society..450 Netts.. Roland R. 106363 443.455469 McKinney. Marion ..412 Merton. Mrs. N. W...466 Miller. Mary Etirabeth Moore. Dr. George..381 Mureltriger. I). Jane 144. Newman. 1. Harty ...401 McCormick. Wilson M. McKinivn. Catherine Mertz, Richard C.... 231 437 Moore. Ilarry C 159416 426 Neumann. Virin .1 F -106 371 101.283424 Messner. C 287 Milk,. Mary Rent 426 Moore. 11e4to Munger. Frank . ' ...174Neureuther. George C. McCort. .Roller11..339 McKnight. Rena 412.463 Metz. Frederick 0 249. Miller. Mn. Mn . 410 Moore. I 189 318 339 McCotter. Roller E. 303. McLain, S. L .. ....413 348 Miller. Normargl P. DO Moore. Mrs. J. 11, 413 Munger. 1. L..... - .220 Newberg. !emir.... M9 314387 McLaren. Virginia . 413 Mete. Theodore 0...230 Milky. Ralph I,. 103 Moore. Kenneth B-22. Newburgh. L. H..„. .303 McCowan. Walter L.100. McLaughlin. Dean B. 30:44 289448 Miller. Mn. Ralph ...412 103-303-370 Murfin. Jam es 0..234405 Newcombe. Parke H..371 290 McLaughlin, Francis A. Metzger. Thornas....164 Miller. Robert ... .324 Moire. Kingsley . .14 Murphy. Elizabeth-421 Newcombe. Mrs. W. W. McCoy, Ernest 11.18400. 101 Menne,. R 230 Milky. Robert G.. ..332 237.328 Murphy. Donald -.318 422 186490401.210413 McLaughlin. William A. Mereburgh. Lewis 11 315 Milky. Robert It. Moore. Margaret -103 Murphy. J. L. 384 Newman. Ben A.. ... 106 232.349 344 Meyer, Gekgr 328 Miller, Scward E. 1034e4) 244.408 Murphy. Kathleen 418 Newman. Gast 11.6 McCoy. M. 0 388 McLaughlin. Mn. W. Meyer. Leslie E 373 Miller, Sulky E. 103.375 Moore. Mary A. IX- Murphy. Paul C 367 Newman. Irving ....137 McCoy. R 159491. A. . 419421 Meyer. R. Bruce 373 Miller, Wallace Moore. Mary A. .18-10S. Murphy. R 289 Nekton.. I. A... 247430 305493 McLean. Donald 3-340 Meyer. Richard 4-102. Miller, Wealtha E. .103 413-419-442-432.454 Murphy. William A Newmann, Margaret .420 McCoy. Ruth....... 149 Mclean. Josarlyn. .412. Milligan. Robert 1•34744 Moore, P. C..... - .103 148.253467 Newman. Virgil 2718 McCracken. R._ ....170 437 Meyer. Salmon 340 Milk, Mn. Harry 416 Moore, Phyllis- .283.440 Murray. C 330 Newton. Maynard A..339 McCrae, 5lizabeth...413 McLeish, Mn. 0. 0-415 Meyers. C. F... ......134 Milk. Helen M 103 Moore, R. H 269- Murray. Francini ' 410- Newton, Mn. Maynard McCrtery. Milton...100- McLellan. W. Dewitt 349 Meyers. Daniel W....387 Milk, Jack ISO 270442-370 421 4114 Murray. 13 359 McLellan. Mater D. 153 Meyers. Dean W.....381 Milroy. d H 328 Moore. Ruth 2 ' 0 Newton. Robert McCreary. Virginia .. 148. McLeod. H. C 428 McLouth. B. L 379 Meyers. P 438 Moore. Mrs. Samuel .413 Murray. aiffocd -319 1314 MiniSt. AlAllona 262 Meyer.. Maya T 344 Minkin. Will 5 104 Moore. Vera 141-105.4.13 Murray. ise 0...106- Newton. Ruth McCully, Alice 412 McMeekin. 3amm...384 Meyers. Judith 434 Minnear. Robert 4...104 SlOtarsda.PAward ... 339 WO Newt. Florence ... .431 McCurdy. Elizabeth E. McMillan. Freda 431440 Meyer.. Royal A 389 Minnick, Mary-419463 Morehouse. Prancis..419 Murray. R. A...... _170 Near. Florence Elaine 100.147465414442- McMullen. Eunice 51.101 Maki. S 193 Mike. Paul 5-104420 Morgan.Catherine .421 Murray. Ruth 434. 107 446-432 McMurray. K.. 465.478 Michael. Janet .244424 Minter. Roberta 420 Morgan. Harold - . .349 Murray. Thomas W..361 Nicely. Mn. Roland-416 McCurdy. Gordon J. 315 McMurray. Katherine. 437437470470481 MiranaA. Attain. W 104 Mogan. R. 0... ;140-341 Murray. W. S. 334 Nichol. David M......3411. McDannel. Dorothy .43. 422470 Michael , Jerome 4..303 Mirfkld, M Is. Margin, W. G ..103 Muscovich. Erwin.. .153- Nichols. Dora 427 403 McMurray. Kenneth C. Michaels. Milton . - .399 104.428.434 Motgenroth. W. 5....376 401 Nickels. Theodora A I07 Mclktnnott. Mane .440- 320 Michaud. Martin L-102- Miwkner. John S...163 Monn. Margaret .244.412 Muse. Prank F 338 Nichelsen. J. MI 337 444-463 McMurray, Mrs. K..413 593 Mitchell. Clara M. .148- Morley. Elizabeth .. 426 Mall. Treise.....283433 Nichln. John W 102 McDonald Aka. R. 10) McMurty. Vivian ...433 Michtiveig. Ilekn 134-230 244407410 Morley. M 233. Mutelvehite. }hien .437 Nkkhn. Wilson 331 McDonald Arthur L. McNaughton. Archue L. Mochiewics. Anthony J. Mitchell. E. D 183. 224440 Mustard. Russel L -315 Nicol. Helen 4.34 338 385 Nicobi. Doris Martha McDonaldDonald ...20 McRea., Colin C 313 Michigan Mensal Mitchell. Mrs. E. D 410 Morristy. Vaughn ... 131. Mutter. Emily 418 107 McDonald G. K.. -341 McVittse. R. 3....20471 Aseeciatioa 262 Mitchell. Fred M 397 - 382 Myer Mn. Dean 400 Nicholas, Mildred ...22- McDonald llead. C. Wayne 392 Mk Igan Dames. -466 Mitchell. Gertrude.. 417 Morrison. Alice 420 My McDonald oho S-405 Mind, Elizabeth W.. .410 Michigan Inter-Seterity Mitchell. Gordon A-347 MorrOon. Mary. .205 200 Myer Florence s. Mrs. Dean W 437 Nichol.. Charles McDonald 246 Minder. Clarena Michigan 331 by 472 10 er. 407 Mitchell. John P. Jr. 397 Morrison. Maynard.164 Myron. Harold .. 110454 Nichols. Mn. Harry.. McDonald Margaret 437 . - . Lorne .... Meader. G. Y thilee. 200419 Nichols. Henry W....331 McDonald Marion..422. 31ebring. Dale C.• . • • 343 Michela.. JolePhine .154 Mitchell H 313 J• Mitchell. Ralph W.. _ 104 Morrison, R. L 302 N Niel-41..1,41 i ... tr -416 440 Medieme, 1930 131 102.438 Mitchell. Robert .... 336 Morrow. J. P....283.341 Nicholson, Edna E. 4J0- McDonald 111Ilis...434 Mottimr, Thomas A Michener, John 5....296 Mitchell. T. J 302 Morrow. Tbekna V..284. Nock, Arthur A 384 460 McDonald F. 101429 rant ....361 Mitchell. Thomas 3..372 433 Nadeau. Frederic A 106 Nicholson. Ilapk-n C. 232 Motley. William 11-385 Michle, Prank A... -363 Mitchell. W. II._ . .288 Morse. G. L. 104380 Nagel. Dorothy .. - 411- 1 Mc Donne.l. Curtis 11. 379 Mikan. Josephine- .438 ilickner. John L....3.56 Miyanaga. Araushi Morse. Marjorie 105 434463 Nichas. Marvin McDowell. Ml. Violet E...101- Mtddkton. John F...100 278-293-301406 Morserran. edgar 114- Saglevcort. Theodore V. Nitthariter. bons 4-434 460-461 Mtddkton. Ralph 5..102 Milner, Wizabeth ...440 518 164447 Niffenger, P 163 107.252 H... MO 2 Mary .232-363 . .454 McDowell. James 2.3. Nlehring. Dale 159 213 Mock. Catherine.. 418 Mortarboard 442 Nakao, Ma 290-440 Sims. Harold 5.. 103487 Meter, Harold 1 .101. Middlewood. Esther L.. Moe. Mn. (Itorge. . 421 Monett. P. D 376 Nank. R. A. 424 Meier. L. J 1: ' . ...... McDowell. Shirley E. 2) 415485 102.438-172-473 Moe. Mr.. Orwil 421 Mork-mon. F. B 105 Napoli. AMC... 283-366 M 293 100.284 1142 Midwonh. Betty 437 Mothlman. Arthur...287 Mortenke. R. A 331 Narey. Elizabeth 11-440. Nest. Carl W 352 McEachran. Mary ...434 Meier. William G....102 Mkaliti. Helen A._ , , _. .103. Mothltnan. Mn. Arthur Morton. Alletta 26- lroy, Gilbert A...133 Meigher, Joseph P...101- 410 1054304.53439460 Nanin. Joe 266- Nissen. Mary ) McElroy McGill, Donald .el. R. Vane Mikan, 11c4en A 464 Moeller. oeller. Eta 1 284413-341 N ' W 11 5 McGill sard. Stanley H. Mewerne 383 Mikan . S. 3 104 Morton. Daniel .358 284413 . coo. 104 Morton. Ikon.161480 Nash. Donald 454-253462 274 310 Milaut. Lillian ... . . ...... 263 Neva. Roland 0. 107480. McG 3 ' 432 Mohr. C. A 210 Morton 381 Natty. E 372 Merton. Hudson 358 Nathan. Lawrence E.356 Noble. Kathenne....412 104 Morton. Harry, - -31405 Nathan. Doris 107 illiciody,Olivcr•341. Metaner. Earl L..101-337 Mikulat, Williarn....371 Mohnke. C. A 423 NUL Carl W Mc ' inlaid 3 Robat 484 Melcheri. 11 e ' en II... Ht. Matte. Ibis 432 Mohr. Florence 420 Maly. Cart 327 Nathan, Joe. Jr 333 Noble. L. L).. ... . .220• 102-402.4314 .11 kr. Arno K. 344 Mohr. M. P 372 Mses 426 Navy. Frederick 0...315 Nobk. M. D 24437 n‘Y netts-•339 W. odm ey. Marjorie H. Miler. C. Taylor 391 Mol, M. J.-343-256-206 Mm.. Mrs. n. ... l E 42 Harris ..433 Naylor. D. 322 Melick. Maz A...287-309 Miller. Chutes 100.412 102.284-433.447 Miller. Carl 164.362 Molinari. P. P 18. Moll. Ann 440 104 Moiner. E. C 103-1 0481 Neal. Ed NaYlor_, . eurPh W.. .347 No(sloittr. Earl E....343 McGraw. S. D 262 Mellen. Mrs. Monaghan, J. P 328 Mawr. William 346 Neal. Grace 424 Nook. Mrs. Rea A-454 McGuirk. Dorothy A. Gran 332 Miller. Mn. Charks-415 Moored. C. C 307. Mesa. E. R. ... -.105 Neal. Jame, J 336 NI. James C. 107 McGuire. Charles T..32. Meloche. Mn.. Clifford C. Miller. Dorothy M... 410 Monroe, Anna L.. N1243. 1443. 2440463 244.410 Melnik. Morris. - - .309 Miller. D. C. 103433438 103- Nebelung. K. • 2iierlock ja 1634 i 100 395-424430 Miller. Dorothy M.-239. . 246 103- Monroe. C. S. .our, 00 Nechman. Charles W. Norman. Mary 1..,,,, McGuire. Marjorie _243. Meltzer. Samuel 393 243.284418-433 nty. M ma 331 437 414 Nlenard. Katherine 411 Miller, Douglas..158.340 Monroe. R. B 246.312 MO.... Murray 332 32- Monier. Julia P. 423 455 Nederlander. Sally-415 le iv 26. ht. too Mendelson. Nelson...353 Miller. Edwin C 379 104-210427.7.86-3.36 Houk. ThOmss 349 Neeley. Hayden MO ' F. D..410 Miller. N.. N. Mil E..100. Motet... Ferdinand McHenry. Lydia nd Miller. Elias A....283-163 Montague. R. W 371 Mountain. P. B 379 Neely. Wayne - .580 • D 107417 316-438447463 klendlositr. Milton -394 Miller, Edwin 0 152 Monson. Melvin. .376 Moulton. William .345 Neely. Leak M 340 10 " 0...332 ler. Eugenie 449 Montague. Robert...322 Mower. Mn. S. W....419 Nehil. Lawrence W...106 Amm. Robert 342 454 330 Miller. Emery 1.,383 Men efee. Carlton 11....102 Miller. PIorisn G.103-210377 Montgomery. Almerine Mower, Edna....103443 Neighbor, John W....323 Norris. Waits William 415.464 Moyer. C. P 310 Neighbor. Justin W...379 107401442 McHugh. Charles F. 384 Metier.. Franks L...102- Miller. Prances 437• Montgomery. Mn. A. T. Moyer. W. C....271441 Neil. Mr.. C. 3 408 North. Pbreona 412 McIntire. John E.. Jr. 434 443453-474 414 Mete.. H. 0....216274 Neill, J. Ale ander. -337 North. Jams D 33t 101-343 Menzel. 1 137 Miller. Francis 424 Montgomery. George P. Moyer. Maurice P....274 Neis, It E. 278 NIct ntoth. Elizabeth A. Mercier. P 167 Miller. Fred 11... .151. 104 Mork. Ralph 388 Neitzert, Howard.. -314 101 Montt. Benjamin D. 294. 343 Montgomery. R. P...379 Moyer. W. C 266 Neil. 5 249 McIntyre. Charles II. 325 Miller. Mn. P. L._ ..466 Moodie. P. 13. ... so Moyle. 0. W 100 Nelson. Carl 0-161-383 3feke. Ma tk 419 Milkr. George I 369 is 301486 Nelson. Charles 5....106 Mrs:. J. H. ..... 342 Nelson. Clinton 4.-106- McIntyre. John 327 Merlin. R....155 Miller. Mrs. George. 415 o ' ir 246 660 Merlin. Anna A.....102 Miller. Gwendeline M. -1. ' " 414 C ' ,. ' Mu PM 5pitiOn 418 596 ,,, Menke. Frederick L..340 103.438 mummy. ‘- ' Muehlig lkonee 3135 Nelson. Ervin W.., ..383 McKay. MI:1W " ' Merrick 785 Miller. H. NV 334 Moon, Margaret 233 Mueller, 691 249 Nelson Mrs. Ervin..413 McKay. ay., • Mena. Alice... 415-464 Miller. Mn. 11arry...416 Moon. Martha J. Muggy, Gory 362 Nelson. Harris 321 McKay. Maurice P...101 Merrill. William 165.352 Miller. Hazel L 103 Niuffly.MarlOole• ....416 Nelson. Mrs. J. 8....422 McKean. George Merriman. E. Eugene 102 Miller. Hunter 1 103 Moore. Allan It.. • 444432433 Nelson, 321 Merriman. Erwin ....2441 Miller. II. Irving - 1113 104-187 Muir. iMward - .164397 Nelson. Mrs. 74......426 - v • Pape 555 7 North. Walter P.....12. Omer, Paul 1 ' 1W l ' anghorn• Florence N. Peanon. Morton C...3314 Phi Sims Sigma .. .429 ' Pottle, John 1347.2.10a30 Rahilly. lawrenee D. 375 107-152.266-3114134711 On. Benison T„ 130 109-424 Navy. C. C 395 Phil. Nina...244-427463 Pon,. Aurelia B. -436 Rahn, Fred II Nonhrop• M 397 O ' Neil. James M....311 Pa--Helleale Sall Peck. Mrs. Albert...413- Philbin. Lester M....362 Pound. John 1)...148-337 Northrop. Philip M 380 O ' Neil. J 285 Cemadtto 458 462 Phillips. Mn. A. 8...413 Penton. joseph..151458 Ratite. Salmi 333 Northway. E. A BM O ' Neil 419 Phillips. Coot E....111 Powell. Herschel P...372 Rahn, Mr . Grae..414 I, C Norton. D„ M....190.191 O ' Neill. D 269 Papke, Arthur P. 362487 Peck. Francis 269 Pappineau, It 283 Peck. Helen 445 Phillips. Ruth V.....112 Porn. llorace K....338 Rahn. Sleek I Norton. Dana M...._.107 O ' Neil. L J. M....271 Parcells. 1A1119.....464 Peck, W. F 11.270. Phillips. Ulrich B 333 Powers. Justin L.. .381 1155452 O ' Neil. Thomas L....357 Pardee. Elisabeth 11-408 Peckham. A. Judson-337 Plardeni. John A 309 Powers. Marion J.113412 Roach. Frederick J..114 Norton. Elizabeth M. 426 O ' Neil. W. I) 250 Paris, Micheal... .109 Peet. Charles l) 1•. ' harm. Vern 0...061480 Powers W. C Ratter. Franco .420-448 . M. 07 Oesterbean. B. G....186- Park. Abel Everett -110 370 Pi But Phi 412 Prakken. Lorene W. Ratter. Glad , W....420 Norton. N. A 43 Park. Gordon 340 Pet. Georgia K 410 Pi tam Alpha ......338 348 463 Norton. Nell .. 440 Opwnheim• Theodore Park. Jai . .110.156 Pert. Max M Pi Awn 135 Ralston. R. It MC 4 PM 375 Prange, 31...113- Ralston, Elizabeth R. NornIk. L. T 256 356 Parker. Albert ..354491 315-389 Pi I ' ft Phi ......368 443 Pi Lambda Theta.. 441 Pratt. Derill H 438 243-413 NenrY. Frederick Opp-ahem. 3111ton-336 Parker. Betty Vinnedge Peewit 399 Parker. C 287 110 Pekankey. Maurice B. Picard. Milton C.....336 Pratt. Hellen 257 Pick. Hansa 313 Pratt. Russell A....113. Ramlow. Eleanor. .284 410 Rambo. Gladys N....294 No:woo. Angela 285-434 °mitt. Edveranl T....108 Notkin. Meyer 399 Oren. Hyman 1 156-284-397 427410 Soilage ' . Pauline. -.440 Ornsteen• Lester 346 Parker, Charles-154449 Pelecovich. Marie....417 Pieleanl. N. S.. _269423 NoOtsky• Byron P...237- Ornstein, Pa Phyllis Parker. Mrs. 13. 11...420 Pelkey, Gerald 5.....461 Pickens. II 237 Preece, Charles P. ..24. Renoir ' . n..358 353 on. D. II 334 rker. Eleanor 449 Pelton. Ruth E III P.eker. Esther 407 113435 Roodell. RichardM. Novy. F 265 Orr, Usenet 108-413 Parker, Elir.or 8.....413 Pendell. William II. 333 Plekarskr. Jot 20. 3411 338 Prekch. J. P Novy. Prances . 411432 Orr. Melvin E 351 Parker. Elizabeth V..426 Polak% Thomas ....kW Pierce. Kenneth G...IIZ- 113.363 Ramsey. Rachel F., _A411.• . Noy, Frederick G.. 342. Orr. R 230 Parker. Frederick R..110 " Penn. Morris M III 369 Pniehrty. R.. .218-320 416-4M-463 379 Orr. Sarah Frances..410- 337 Penner. Arnold III Pore. James M is . Emily. ....HA Nowak. Adeline... -430 437 Parket. Hilly Ihde...428 Penniman. J. _284328 Pieno1. T. It 332 Prose, Dwight W...396 Randall. Geonte.114426 Nowak. Maxine 437 Orr, W. FL 334 Parker. MILOOC1C 414 Pennington. GitYle Pike. Elizabeth 409 Preston. David..157437 Randall. Harrison M.331 Novicki. Henry 11.-108 Onh. Edon H 372 Parker. Orville E 200433 Pennington. Gertrude 436 Pilo Gladys E 112 Preston. Helen..413417 Randall. Mrs. Harrison Never. John R 339 °rung% Vincent J...338 Parker. Ray F...190434 Penzel, Ruth L. 408 Pike, Melvin 11 3W Preston, Mrs. James 432 411 Nozenta. A 283 ()rIng, I 190 Parker. Mrs. Violet B.428 Perham. W. Sidney. 587 Pinot, ). S 310470 Preston. Stanley B. .113 Randall. John R.....331 Na Sipa 71a 379 Onrig. J. W 153.194 Parker. Walter R.313479 Perkinson. Oscar 344 Pine. elided S 385 Penman. Horace 0. Randall. Mabel....40o Nuntrma. Waller .7..381 250417-367 Parker. Willard 13.....1131 Petrel. George W....321 Pinkerton. Arno M 24• 331 Rank. Ruth.. .284-44n Nunneky. Emery-148- One , William 204 Parkinson. Clara 42443 Perrin. 0. C.....262.267 112401 Rena, Lawrence-351 Rankin. 471 (hwiR 32$ Parks. Francis 324 Perrot. David 354 Piper. James U 112 Price. Catherine 264 413 _ Nunneky. William 11.336 Ostend. William Parks, Sarah 413 Petermann. Albert E.114286461496 Prie. Rudolph J. • . ..3115 Ransom. Henry K.....Dt Nurm S. A 374 Osborn, W. K 394 Penner. G. A 22 301491 Pitcher. Prudence...Alt Mita Ransom. WoodburY• 116 Vivan Nye. Vino A 108 Osborn. James B. 324 Parmenter.11ekn 416-465 Peters. Joseph C 386 Pittard,• Ruth Mary 112- pne 164 to Nygard, Albert 4..231405 Osborne. Jay M. . . ... SAO Permeate, Virgima.424 Peters. Martha 164 Prime Allen . 20-336 Raphael. Theophile..3to 0 Osborne. Ruben F....331 Penal ' . Mary 4.311 440-461 Pittman C. U 344 Rapaport. Sylvan.. .114_ Osborne. Ruth 422 Parrott, Mildred IL. Peters. .110 Pete. Wrt I. i III Pitielc, Nebo 350 Prochnow. Leone....4.36 . Urban 0....307 s IL II 109 Parsons, Brune 352 Peterson. B 287 Platt, Abe E Prophet. Edward C...397 Rath. Carl ) O FO Detele Osenburg, Richard.. .393 Parsons, Cecil D 397 Petenon. Elfrida J..148- 410438 Prottengeier. Philip D. Raohlacker, Mrs. 013000M . Osgood. Frederick P..22. Parties. Henry J. 244413 Platt George W.....II2 316 Harry. ... . _ .. 410 Partridge. Everette P. Peterson. Frederick ..33.0 Platt, Ile:en 410 P 220-2211 Rash. Mrs. Charles..410 O ' Pollock ) Peterson. Roy T 30- P....365 RSV Brien. R 24S Osgood, Laura M....311 318-395 Peterson. George -311. Platt. Robert 384 Prom Henry 8 321 Rash, Ralph F 344 °biotic. Fred. A-104362 . C. L. 386 Nicoski, Hahne Irene 110 340 Platt. Sewell ..„ ...329 pm Oo MR Ramininson. A O onnell. Raymond 100- John S 109 Pasour, Ilarry A 110 Peterson. Mn. George Plesbek, Lyle C 269• psi Boll Otonner. G. D Osterho. Made D 109 01.ket J. M . Odle, flan ' V Clernmat, Lorne P ett, H• old A 362 O elnke. One Ott, babel A....109438 Patch. Marton 156-270 A 333 Ott. (serge W...343486 Patch. Benjamin A.. Jr. 318 Oaterlud. II. J z ' a Ostrander. Rumell R 337 Patch. Allen G. ..... 347 Peterson. Joseph W..111- Peden+. 34 -421- 434 Poston. Harold 1....360 393 Pastrena. Mane D..290. Peterson. Mrs. O. W..419 Pochelon. Emma 14-464 269-344 Peterson. Kathrint ...416 Poe. H W...1904 92411 Pullen. 11041110,....111. Ratliff. lbgdon K....114 440 Peterson. Herbert 11..339 Pocock. William To Puckett, Howard L..160- Ratlenberg. 290 Peterson, Mrs. Marcia Polk. 159 162-TI 4:5 307 329 Ptolemy. Mary E.. • .113. Rathlmne. Ralph R..11 4 463 Puch. Hazel P 437.444445 .321t Mrs. rs. 384 113 Ratliff, Marlon Osborn. Dorothy ....424 jams 366 Pate. Paul Benno M..160- Pulver. Betty R.....113. 0111010W. Ione. Otto. Ruth 422465 Paterson. Mersin Alice Peterson, Reuben...303• Pollock Catheha -.464 427-463 Rattner. Franklin 5 .. . ... ; ()Miner. Mrs E Ot 2 taway, E. J 262 315479 Pollock Catherine...413 Punk°• Bernard C1041011. Edward A. Ohlon. Margaret - °Math. F. It 392 Paton. Allan Peterson. Mrs. Reuben Pollock Donald A....333 Purcell. A. Katherine 430. °Men. M Poky. Douglas A....161 Paton. Mrs. William.423 0- James K•• • Purcell. Ilenry II.....372 Ramon, Outcalt. Richard ISO Paton. William A....396 414-44419 .1 B 334 • ng. Overton. Lyle 5..101422 Patrick. Kenneth 0.110. 111492 311444494 Purdy. Predenck A..113• Roy. Herold E...114-384 Oldham. Ear 330 Pattie. George L., -119- Peterson. W. I)... Overton. Raymond 11.322 146444252468.312424 Peterson. V. T. . .26- Pollock James R....112• 278.289-302-369 Rayhurn. Franoes...437- Flra S 81 • • 413699 Overtone. Mrs. Gkn.416 Prat. Leon A 371 111444 1461 Poly. Richard T...11.4 464 le Owen. Allen -334 Pollock Margaret E..103 1854 Raven. 20420 Ran. Isabelle 244- Olds. m. A.10 4284410 Owen. Allyn Okla. 18 Owens. Thomas A... L, 330 314324379 Petrie. R. L. 111439 Pomme ming. 0. F..190 Pummel. Arthur. ...349 412-431 P21-372 Pu mmel. William R..113 Itaymon. Eltrabeth..4011 Olds. ' Orions II... Patterson. Donald S..320 Pettibone. Edwar168. Patteogill, Caroline..411 Pettibone, Mrs. C. 433 d E. Pontoroy. Joseph • • • • 14 Purser. J. R.....260441 Raymont. Maud 454 Oliphant, Mrs. 1..411-120 Patterson. Gorge W.29• 318481 Poch. W. C....26044I Rayner. G. E 283 Oil. Melvin A 108 P 309428.329 Pettit, Joseph N.111•332 Pond. E. William ....323 Noon. oo 13 8....113 ee .113 p. W. 8 334 301432 Patterson. Mrs. George Pettnohn. E. 8-3184327 Poole. Loren....2B3.221 Pre. II 244-41 2438 Read. Virginia L....114 OIL M 24 Palo ' ' ' . Fred J 378 w • rs. 411 Pfeiffer. Frederick-MO Footman. 2.13 190- 443437447452 Olmsted. C_ .. . .245436 Paella. Anthony Patterson.Harcent 5.332 Pffizeger• Robert S...111• 195.220423-335 0 Reading. Marion... .444 Olmstead. ar Patterson. John 330 901 Popek. Phillip_...148-401 Rome. Netman• sco448 Pack, Roger A 109 Patterson. Maejorie.422• Waffman, P. M 3.34 POPP, Ralph E thaift.11. Elitabrth 2 400 46- Reason. Dean N. 134.393 Ohnsted, C. P.. Jr..._ 3 ' 114 .270 Packer. Goedon W.,.313- a61 Pharmacy 1931 162 234440 Olmstead. Mn. C. T.426 91 Patterson. Sarah M..244- Phowlitcy 1Q30 134 Porntt„ Hoene B....214 i p 113. Reber. II re p 230430 Reason. Robert S....393 . 287 Olmstead. K. 22-108482 Packs. Mrs. Phillips..413 ra 11247448S r " ' - ' .. ' - 323 Robotic. Louts A...I14 O lmstead. Lester 388 Paddock. Antic.1...109- Patton. Otto 0.264413 Phelps. 13 in l}ndleY M.-35 Porter. Cect1.164416-439 11 434 Mabel Al 408 419 L..I12. Robert no. • L. • Reed Cecil A. . .. ...373 A Quarry. 411421 241444;31 Reed 31..1 ...... 115 Ole Ads 408 174382.262 Patton. J, Phelps. Eleanor 411 Oben Harold 0 334 Paddock. Marianna .455- Pheltri. Everett Porter,. Genddine 143 Olen Merril 13 373 46440 Paul. Sources 24.110 Phelps,kne 414 Porter. M. IL Olsen Odin. 410 Page. Willaim 351 Henn . t up Phelps. K. N 1E3443 Portia LAterary ick. John R. _166-3.58 _Heed Reese 373 O lson Albert W,309-373 Paine. Mrs. Emory M. Paulson, Wliam G... i i l• Society Olson 434 ' ' 6 - -244.-40p Phelps. il 461 Ruth...290-417 tied 200.328 Reed Mrs. 4 274 O N. A.....466 Mors L. Painter. Frank. Jr .354 Paulson. Richard _329. Phi Alpha Delta 335 270 Posse. Ernest Robert 5 163 Reed Harry A 115 Olson 108 Palm. Raymond N 338 3.Th Phi Beta Pi Post. Albert M 133 :rin Timothy C...337 Reed Mely Olson. A. Wallace....376 Palmer, Alfred 134 Pawlowski. Prof. F. W. Phi Chi 387 Postal. Evelyn 381 inn, William M. .114- Heil Kober A 329 O 265 24641 ' 2437 Reed Roberta 440 Olplant. Milo 279 Delta Chi 381 PaitaluS. M11 11afet -112. Reed Russel 333 groan. Beatrice 412 Palmer. Beatrice P. 104 George Phi Delta Phi 378 M . TA homas S..31143.8 ... Ph. Gamma it Potter, Eli 327 Potasktnick. Max..Mo....401 Elizabeth R..113. R 440 Raab. Sigmund. -368 Anne A Reed Sirs Tbonsas..415 110- Palmer. Genre A.109-379 Jay it sot Phi Gamma P Mu 432 Potter. Eugene B...336- Reber. C. Penton ., .14 Reel. David. Palmer, II is Phi Charles Kappa si 330 384 1 Palmer. Herold B. 23o260-360-332 Phi Kappa Tau 363 328 •.245. 346 Reeves. Arthur 311 ..„ Phi Kappa Sigma -.344 Potter. George K....284- Rabinowitz. 72. Rise. James A IIS .157. Ferny H. 11 395 Palmer, Richard F;...362 ,. Phi Lambda 1Cappa -399 Potter. fuser 0 337 Robnowits. Henry...114 Revert. Earle It-28434; Palmer. Ruth R.....109 roar " . Ma., ed. Phi Mu Alpha 341 Potter. Nathan Racine. Edgar D 310 Reeve,. Ellen 411 Palmer. William B..109. Poona. stellar Poi Mu Delis 362 328 Rae. Frances E 416 Reeves. Gordon 0....115 163.254.20)495-3D5-352 Penne. John 3$O Phi Rho Sigma 384 Potter. Mrs. Nathan S. Raft, Milton .M. .114.400 Reeves. IL G.. ...... Me 368 Peareon. Karl 152- Phi Sigma Delta 310 409 Rohn, Humbert A...366 Reeves, Mrs. Jesee..324 Penman. 14 ' ,Iliarn P. , 365 296-390 Phi Sigma Kappa -.349 Potter. Neal K 328 Ragland, George. Jr.•333 411 Regal. Florence W...294 Richardson. Karl S. .339 Rode.. W 211..n. M.... 347 Rucker. Herman H...333 Sanders. Claire 440 Sidon. Arkm..417-419 Schwarz. Robert .. -123 Roden, Norman C..313- Richardson, Ruth D. Rodger. Esther A- .118 Rudd. Joh n S....110497 Sanders. Mrs. Ilenry 410 Schlotterbeck. Mrs. J. 0. 31. 382 116:412454 Reefers. William L-118• Rudder. Fred 189 Sanderson. Francis...327 42043,-450 Schwarz. Bruce 41 Rehfors. Marjory., ..440 Richmond, Earle L...394 339 Rolisell. lama .424-440 Sanderson. Russell M. Selunalte, Mr.. C. N.426 Schweigeet. I 28 Reba Margaret J. .420 Richmond. Irene E...116 Rcsikey, Robert 0...342. RudoIphi, H.....283-410 170-174 S.chrneiskt. Lisbon...157. Schweitzer. Fred .15944 Reichard. Paul G.....115 Richter. Harry C...116• 397 Rue. M. Rione ...119.438 Sandcrion. Steven. S. 361 Schwan, Passe... Ale Reglsenbach. Walter II. 168-335484 Ronk ' . Earl P 351 Rafter, Adelaide M..119 345484 Schmeling. Evans S..308- Scofield. Herbert... .122 343 Ricker. E. Esther 18-416 Rohm. Francis E 14.4 Rugger, Carlisle . AA Sanford. Charles. .120. 358 269-310-37 ' Reichert. MichaelJ.-376 Ricker. Florence 13. 116 345 119466358 188.335 Schmidnll. J. R.266-313 Scott D. B 282401 Rothman. G 210- Rickert. Vera 0- NW Reellinstt-r. Prances N. Rutile, Akxandt-r. III. Sanhusky. Alexandria 449 Schmidt. Arthur .351 Scott. E. C 216-308 Rickets. Reginald -.318 118 339 Sainzenbachte, Irma E. Schmidt. Dorothy ....432 Scott. E.G Reid. Donald 74.....373 Ricketts. Girard P...200- Roemer. Norma 11...118- Rufus. Mn. Carl. ..424 120-422-463 Schmidt. II 289 Scott. Francis St Real. d. Edward 336 363 4314447 Rus. Howard C.119440 Ssnrenbachee. William P. Schmidt. II. Mart....431 Scott, Mrs. Prancis..401 F4.nn 154 Rivkin,. Joseph 309 Roemer. M. L. 145. Rufus. Mn. W. C....430 376 Schmidt. Henry 157 Scott. 11. D 33 Reid. Gilbert 1 338 Ridderieg. Lltlk J...116 289-334 Rush. Alberta H.....219 Sappington. 1k. Edith Schmidt. Henry 5...411- Scott. Mn. Helen.. -el Reid. Mrs, 409 Riddering. Ella... 434 Roethke, Theodore V. Runde. Bnon 371 417 380 Scott. Irving I) 37 Reid. William 11 324 Rider, Norton P... 394 1114333 Rundall. Harwood P..119 Sargent. Emily 438 Schmidt. Henry W...274- Scott. Mrs. Irv:1441046. 2111 Rider, T. Bruce 313 Roethke, William A. C. 306 Sargent. Floyd A 342 363 Scott. Jeannette IC ..I2. Red. Ernest C. 14A 334 118-352 Runnel. Scott 316 Sargent. Leland 354 Schmidt. Raymond. 371 Scott. 1Catherino 40 132.232-337 Rhs. Henry F.......397 Rogers. Carl sic O.. 374 Rupp, Betty 164 Sargent. Maud 415 Schmidt. Walter K.. Jr. Scott. Margaret 164.42 Rtigart. Agnes II- -113 Riffentunt, Vernice R. Rogers. Dansel M....218. Rupp. Esther...433-464 Sartain. Marion Estella 1214511 Scott. Murray 422463 167 393 Rupp. Ild FS 430 en 120 Schneider, E..- 28844: ....244 122 Reiglard. Jacob E....331 Rifkin. Irwin C 401 Roger,. James H.. 378 Rums. Item H-363467 Sasaki. Al 293 Schneider. Emilia.. 437- Scott. Virginia 428 Roman. Lett C-369 Riggs. Calvin 11..116404 Rogers M. C.310415-395 Rupp. Virginia 164 Sasane. Charles D....366 456 433.49 Rein. Arnald W 115 Ron. Mrs Finley ...4I4 Rogers. T. M.,..310352 Ruskin. Dave Human! Satovsky. Abraham. .354 Schneider. Howard W. Scott. Walter... ..... 34 270287 369 Riggs. H. E.....302434 Room Junes R-118498 119-391t Satterthwaite, Geneva 282474 Scott. William 30 Rein. Victor E...115380 Riggs. Mn. Henry K.412 Roginski. W . 218 Russel. Edwanl. .338-349 412 Schneider. Louis .....354 Scovill. Mawr • • Renate).John 321 Riggs. Samuel II. 334486 Rogull. Joe 243465 Russell. Eugene H...110- Satterthwaite. Marion Schnedewind. R 318 Stood ' . Louis.. .....34 Remo . Edward R...337 Race. Mrs. Samuel-413 Rohrback. Kenneth L. 267413.341 413 Schnitker. Maurice K A. Scoville. Rawl 36 Reutg. Albert H HA Maley. Edward 22- 333 Ruraell, Geraldine... 411 Sauer. Rumen D 311- 160487 Scribner. W 324 0.. 324 Clayton.. .122 Rely.. George Mc- Riley. Joel IC 288 Rolland W 385 120443.348 Sauer, Walter 281-28241. 385 116479 Rohrbuck, Ralph A...347 Rumen. Harry Ilk 386 Schnitker. Max T. C.160- 387 Scribner. E 2 Douga1.22415.3034$0 Rinehart. Grant 11...117 Ronan, Frank A. - -363 Russell. Mrs. Intel C.412 Saunders. Stanley- • Schoenfeld. John Seabury. John 33. Renick. Charles NO Ripley. Herbert 114 Rooks, John Girard _118 R....ell. J. A. 246-312437 Saurborn, Jeannette B. 303448-383 Stager.). B. Allen...232 Remhan. Catherine..421 117458 Root. Thatcher W.. Jr. Russell. Sherwood...151 111.4.18-443-447-455. Schoenfield. Allen....312 20 Staley. D. E 321 Rengum, Lelia...244421 Ripman. Katherina. 438 118421 Russell, Wilk, I.. 110 470472473-4744 81 holt J 1T Rcrikenberger. Danis 415. Risk. Robert C. ..... 357 Root. Winifred V....412 Russick, Charles J...148. Savage. Richard T...311- Schofield. H. L. 264 Seaman. H. A 371 y oarph. en. Mrs. William II, Sawyer. Albert 8 121 Scholl. Dorothy 11-.434 402 Roper.Zette 31...115 348 345 Scholl. Catherine, ...432 Stark. Marion 122 Rennell. Edwin ) 389 Risk. Marian C....I17 Roper. .137458 Rutt 453456 Raker. Earl IN Kenna. George 3....18. Kiwi. Frederick T-337 Rose, I 26- 430 Sawyer. Geraldine .417 Scholl. Mn. John W..434 Stark. Olive M 413-46. 4.4 115445 Ritchie. Mary Mallets, 118-205417481 Ruthven. Alexander G. Sawyer. thud 432 Scholten. Dudley Stades. Ether 41 Rennicle. Mrs. 1.. 1....416 117-184-432438 Rose. F.dith M...116-410 357 bolts. Theron W .341 Stara R 221 Renshaw. Oscar P....115 Ritter. Dorothea France Rose.247-333 Ruthven. Mrs. Alexander Saxton. Willard P MM. " ; 351 Sawer. Joint 0 270 Scavoy. G ordon.- _307 Resh. Ruth R.- .115-428 117 Rom. Victor 118-257-316 G 4013.431 266-359 School. Virginia Resskr. George E....371 Rittershofter. Mn. Les- Rose. William Enna .1114 Ruthven. Katherine L. Says., R. V 230448 Schad ' . Mn. Robert L. Seder, Ilarold._....147-35. Rett. Floyd II 371 lie 432 406 412 Sedgwick. H. Rett. Jest S. 365 Ritterschofter. Leslie E Rosegrant. R. 287 Ruwitch. Joseph Hrst lack H 121- 307-393 Schorling. R 287 rd. off. Dorothy „. AP Retest Vivian 428 ISO Rosenbaum. Sylvan S. Ryall. Arthur 11 3.70 Scanlon. Charles P...336 Sehorhrig. Mrs. Ralph 416 Seeley. Daniel ...„...311 Reimer. Milton 3....3511 Riven. Samuel 5.....399 118414-353 Ryan. Donald R, „ _340 Schacht. Henry 8....343 hon. C. Ford Ill. Seeley. Mrs. H. H....42 Reu. Prank. R. 397 Rix 283 Rosenbaum. Virginia B. Ryan. Colby 322 Schaefer. Augsta 432 165.269 Seeley. 3fanraret.41045. Reuter. Clarence W-116 Reath, Mary 0. 148-416 118 Ryan. Joseph 11_307495 Shaepfle. C. S. 395 Schott. C. Worley -335 Seeley. Miles G 35 Rewitch. Joseph - -164 Roach. Thomas.... 164- Rosenberg. Benj.... 368 Ryan. Paul C 367 Schafer. Kenneth C...18- Schott. Pero. 1 1412418 Seeley. William -166-36 Rex. David 2 ' 4 200345 Rosenberg. Bernard W. Ryder. Donald 351 121.237-154 Schmidt. John 11....152. Seen. W 26 Reynolds. Clarks II. Robare. Edward 327tatedt. Russell.122-36. 281328 Robb. Anna 360 Rye. Jarne..A... .330-348 Schafer. Virginia B...121 274-394 Se 421 kmenbrtg. Philip S. -153 Ryerson• Gtorge.284438 Schaffer. Barney 350 Schrakr• Edwin A.. .348 Segall. Amebas 36 Reynolds. Claude D. 116- Robbins. Alexander .117- Rosenberg. Ilene • .1414 Schaffer. Nathan 398 Sehradtki. Albert L..353 Segall Bernard. 123-36 381 350398 246.312.346 S Schanbscher. Robert 284 Schrernser. Jeanette..428 Segall. Reuben...12340 Reynolds. H. C..304406 Robbins. Bernard L.330 Rosenblum. Hiner W. Schantz. Henry 8 393 Schner. Thomas N. .182 Ruth 12- Reynolds. Harold C. 116 Robbins. Carmen 117438 119.136.365 Sabom. Margaret V..120. Scharu• Preinck B...121 Shro.der. Arthur Intent. Mrs. Flody 40 341 Robbins. Dr. Frank E. Rosenbutch.TecklaC.119,. 438 Samsun. Ernest 284 342 Sebring, George .. .22 Reynolds. Mildred .1-116 Robbins. Mrs. If. M..435 Rosenweig. Ammar 119 364 Schedkr. George 11-307. Schroeder. Edna ....463 Ile). Reynolds . !Idea C...435 368-320 Rosenthal. Milton J.. 353 Dacha. Abraham M• .220- Scheer. Inin 34i Shroeder. Carlisle P-332 Reynolds. Robert G-375 Robbie• Mary...117-441 Rosewater, S. II.- ..262 Socket. Prances _426-440 395 Schroeder. Paul E....376 Seidell, Phillip -35040 Reynolds. R. 8..281.282 Robbins. Rachel F...412 Real Norman I.. „ 360 Sackrider. Junes 8...326 Scheid. PAwsni R -380 Schubert. Geraldine M. Seidman. Arnold 36 Reynolds. Bon C 399 Sadler, Virginia ...432 Roberts. _ Reynolds. William C. Roberts. 41d 318 RP . 277 Roos. Charles II 381 H. C. 304334431 413 Schuberth. Virginia - AK- dry. Margaret 43 1erlein. Dorothy 46 274 Scheirich. Alma B... I 21- 22 Serf 304-306348 Roberts. Franklin „Alb Rom. Mr.. C. II... „ 420 Sadler. Henrietta La -120 Schell. A. Margaret All. 122427 Seilheinwr. 4. ' hartes 18 Reynolds. William J. 361Ron. Harold 332 Sadler. Mrs. Hubert .411 246-438-463 Schueren. Hildegard. 123.28434 1 69413 Roberts. . 0 Mrs. 412 Sadler, W. C.....302-373 Schell M 287 440.461 Stood. P 20 Rluline, A. Glasoock _69 Roberts. amen B....324 Rea. William IP. ....O3 Page. Margaret J. - .120- Schell. Merrill B 288 Schuh. W. H 246-371 ante. Helen 42 Ithead. Mrs. Mabel -416- Roberts. tannic 11..410- Roseman. Ralph C. -116 ) 415-447463 Schell. Mrs. M. R.. -466 Schule. Mrs. Alta 11.436 Seitz. Marion 40 4I9 440 281.290 Sahagian, Setrak A...120 Scheller. John 18- ScIsule. Leonard A.. 338 Sekhon. Ration 29. Rheinfrank, Lannon.3e Robertson. Alex D...333 Rote. August R..283.366 him. tiara E 166 121.389 Schuler. Father 1....122 Thelma. Cludos...31: Rhine.. Frederick Sims Robertson. C 164 Roth. Charles.. .230-310 Sahlourk. Joseph P 1116 Scheib ' . Alice 0 293 Schemm, C. F 111 Schuler. Frank A 338 Seligson. Harry 12 Rhine,. James E.. - .347- Robinson. Alice .....440 Roth. II 387 Sakamoto. 34 293 Scherer. A. K. ..247434 376 Selk-w, Mrs. Wit mm.41 116-310 Robertson. Elizahrth.440 Roth. Emil M 247 Schulte. Rudolph C..279- Sellars. Mrs. FL W...41. Rice. rho P....34114326 Robinson. Edward -.355 Roth. Norman G Kenneth Scherer. jack G Rice.john W....354489 Robinson. Florence M. Rottenberg. Bernard L. 120.277445 Scherer. Robert P 332 347 Schultheis. Leroy K. Semis. Catherine --II. 112-332 Sempliner. William. ..12. Rice. Milton 401 117438-447449 305 Salisbury. Sarah 434 Joseph S. Schultz. Catherine LA21 SenS ' Socktr 44 Rice. Philip 8 116 Robinson. Prank M. Rottger. Gladys 14. 119 Sallan. Paul C 348 Asuman. John 8...373 Schultz. Gretchen ... 112- Smkpiel, W. C. .20 2g, Selhmark.Joseph 161 Schick. Eder C. 414 123491.30 t le 578 • Jane 416 Reid, Dorahy . .. _416 Salinas. Frit...hog T...361 Schick. R. Ikan 174 Schultz. Irving A 350 Stich.% Lillian.. - .14 1 Rich. Ilaml 415 457.461.463 Rouff. Elliot . !I8 165.413.14 Rich. Herbert M. 230426 Robinson. Lewis S....378 Rouse. Mrs. L. J 427 266467.269413441 334 Schulu.john W 342 V. J Schultz.thn G 29 . 398 Bernardi. 0. B Sett: R. M Rich. Mary A 410 Robinson. Marjorte ..117 Rousseau. Albert J...392 riveter. II. C...24-110 Schierl. Edwanl -121 Schulte. ' illiam... -372 Settler.Olive.e....., ..41 " Richard. Glade E 434 Robinson. Mauna...36S Rousseau. Mrs. A. J..431 Salzarulo. William...284 Schieffelin. F.dward G. Schulaitz. Carl G 30- Se Frederick 11342 ' Richards. Edna -414458 Robinson Melvin 0-117• Rowden, Lan B 436 Sample. Harry R• • • • 324 122 Severance. Philip ....34 Richards. Frances V..II6 354 Rowe, S. 5 261. Sample. Dorothy 1.413- hick. Harriet 1 431 Schumacher Virginia 420 Richards. Prank H...116 Robinson. Oscar 31 269.313.389 437-476 Schiele. Harriet I 431 Schumann. Jack 31. Richards. Grace.. -415. Robson. Aubrey 11...117 Rowe. Thomas D.167.332 Sample. George W•_- AFL John 344 437454 Roby. Mareente...117• Rowland. flurry R...119 Sampson. Claude E.-30- Schiller. Maurice 360 Schumer. Chas. Richards. Ikkn E...116- 427 Rowley. Alice J... .119- 369 Schiller. Morrie-10455 Schur. Virginia 414 2,4414 Rockefeller. Robert W. 294-137 Sampson. Marie 155- Schimansky. Louis P.363 Schutz. Marshall S.-350 Richards. W. 11.267444 309 Royce. Amber 430 244-438.473 Schlander. Arthur 11.231. Schwartz, Birdie 429 Richardson. Arthur .345- Rockefeller. Warren R. Royce, F. 11 256 Sams. Wiley II 120- 341 Schwartz. Carl H 371 384 361 Royce, Mra 430 315-384 Schimberg. Richard 1 ' . Schwartz. Herbert C..122 Richardson. Donald W. Rcekton, Charles FL. 336 Royston. Joseph R 337 Samuels. Tom 0.167.100310428 Schwartz.Jack 355 146249405 Rcdenberg. Louis B..117- Ratan. Mdton t1....398 Sanads. K. 203 Schlott., Stuart J 356 Schwartz. Roland 11.401 Richardson. James B. 324 Rubin. ]Maxwell ....IA Senciuk. John 336 Schloss. William 1....284 Schwan. Corinne 1.12b 243.259 Rolnick. Howard...336 119.134.333 Sondelin. Lincoln 120 136 346 425 .1 4114 .SniiiStaig, Index very. Roland 264. Shinnick. Graham .324 Singer. Ben E 136 Smith. Marjorie J. 408. Spaulding. Jeanne...440 Sink. Alice 433 Stone. David 340 269.361 Shipman. Joseph 361 Singh. Partap S. 205 418 Spaulding, Robert E. Steele. Margaret 408439 Stone, Maxwell 14....130.. Sew. Darwin.290-292318 Shipp. L. P...22-114479 Singh. Smith. Mardian E....191 Jr 128 Steck. Maurice E....129 MU Se ward. J. K 232 Shirley. Robert 136- Singrich. ' 3 MI 230 Smith, Marton C 163 Spaulding. V IS Steen. Christine A. Sewell. Perm% C....123 . Sink. CharlesA 296- Smith. N. M 22422 Speck. Conrad P. 128.380 131. Sony. Vahan - .123-316 Stoves. M. N 395 313.341442 South, Nelson J. ..127- Spector. Nathan N...401 Steer. Paul J 3% 246-425-442.445 Margaret ...409 Motly. G. Leta 433 Sink. Mn.Chas 418 265411 Spading. Hazel E...433 Steer. Mn. William-421 Stockton. Dorothy I. Seydell, Prance. L...414 Shoemaker. S..11266-313 E w 187 Smith. Nelson 5.....389 Spidding, Mabel. .432 Store. Mary 410 433434 Seyrnore. Rogene• • ..4.30 Mtorrnakt-r. IN...287490 Hon. Katbmne....412 Srnith. P.... 14101414 Spelke. Norman 157 Steen. William C. .129 Stoops. Hazel P 131 Seymour. I) 220-226 Shormaker, Mrs. W. N. A. 325 Smith. Ralph W..127432 Spence. Flake 416 Stegenson. Wall H. Storen. Howard F...131- Seymour. I ale 333 466 She, 13 290-293 Mall. Robert Smith. Rann°n3 111.56-1311- Sperm. 3331313tw SWAY. Wilbert Seymour. Dalton 333 Shohara. II 1111133313 347 393 Stowe. A. W 386 Shaer. Elora E 436 Shome, Richard J... •3416 Skidmore. notion 164- Smith. Robert 13. -322 Spencer, Avery 185 Stead)), Fred IL - -342 Stoughton. M. Shafer. Robert B..... 3St Shook, Bernice L....124- 348 Smith. Rollin M..137447 Spencer. Edward_ -393 Waldo...288 Stout. Melville-318452 Macron. 3.1as L 113 443437 Skilkorn. H. C 278 Smith, Shirley W...296- Spent. 5. L. .189.334 Stein. C. C 334 Stout. William 154 ha Shakelton. Richard II. Shook. Kenneth K...5113 Skinner. Theodore R. 334-410 Spencer, Jack 16$ Stein. Emory 129 Stover. Maynard....388 302 Salon. Eleanor 8.124423 337 Smith. Stewart 1.127427 Spencer. JamesA.-160 Stein. Jodph 356 Stover. Virgil 5 131 Shakespeare. Henry G. Matadi. Dons 414 Skolnick. Max 399 Smith, W. H 287 3 59 Stein. Walter 200 Stowe. Manors 415 122 Shout Howard P.124-244 Skull, 126- Smith. W. 3 277 Spencer. James H. Steinberg. Dolph P...353 Straight, S. P 264- Shanffisugh. Mrs. Helen Showalter, Lawrence.382 184440.447 Smith. W. 0 290 369494 Steinberg. I.a4ore II. 153 9 447 Showers. Pau l 263 Slack. W 379 Smither. A. Elizabeth Spencer, James 12-.128. 401 Strasser. IRose 1 Shambeugh. Noel.... d 10 Schroder. Albert M-382 slimes,. George spencer. Jean Steinecher. Ch ark 383 Sts 0. 437-443-435-473474-475 Manta Alberta 427 smoke. Char R....338 rain.. 44 Views ' . B...30-127 436 Steiner. Wilfred A....139 Straton. Sue Shanklend. Rodney V. Shroyes. Emerson.. 157 mus Donald..1574 ou 454 Shroyer. I homes 14...338 Mein. Mm. Alfred...409 Smythe. C. 1 2,40 Spencer. Myrtle G....16 Steinharter, Robert B. Stratton. Louis R. ..131- ssannan. R. Jr. Shull. A. P 343 mater. Roger Louis 126. Snasey. Clause 334 Spencer. Perry C 160 283411 339 Shun. Mn A. P 622 329 Snedeket. Bernard C. SPencer. Wiliam P...397 Steinke. Alfred Straub. Dorothy M-148- ha Snnon. Catherine ..463 Shulman, Moron- .401 D...347 163.3133 364 197.251434 423 Shannon. Lyle V.. , ..I13 Mutts.tts. W utts. yatt . 321 n in atis% Amine M. 368 Smiler. (image. 349-386 Spero. Gerald StanleyT 401 Steinko. Stanley 31-130. Straub. 11.0 197• Shannon. Paul W....389 Shute, B. Bdoeumer.263 Shown. Cheater R..308 Snyder. Charles E....127 Speer. C. P 356 444 .161.33%197-2110.217-311 Shantz. Leighton O. 361. Slayton, W. Lee er. 333 Snyd. Edythe V. 137• Spacer. Chanel H. 18.128 Steketee. Jack 27 Strauss. Louis 7 76 385 Shutter W. L. wake. Caroline -4114 427 Sparer. Robert W....381 Stellhorn. Chester 5 130 Strauss. Mrs. L A....419 Shapiro. Jacob...123499 Shuns. Edward F.• • Shier. H. S. Seird 321 Snyder. Mrs. Ifelen 290- Spice.Spice.W. J 234 Stetenovah. George 22. Strauss. Lucile .. in Sharfan. I. (1%.311-346 Stifer. Mrs. H. S....413 346 130 s-465 Shulman. 2 lman. Mr.. Leo..5 Sdadsky, Louis 11.123.27J R.,0,..,,,n. George.. . 383 Snyder. Robert 419 Spiegel. Jerome 164• Spindle. Richard 20. Stephens. II. M 334 Streit. Hann P 28- Sharpe. Jon 410 lames Slow Robert. .. 246456 165-3413354 183-186-232-233.232- Stephen ' s Rachel 130-411 Shand. Burke. 301 314- Jr Sin. P-413462 Snyder. William W...367 352-333 Stephens. William R-16. Snicker. Harold ...371 162 Sibley. Margaret Stephen 420- Slower. June Jeanette Salerno. William A..127 anusteller• John 385 S haull, Richard . Shaver. Mrs. William 416 dolmen. Kart 346 Small. s.....342 time.. A. Carherift:33 Spoor. L 444-436 126-408 Seehrent. Alice ofirner C. -129. Stephenson. Morton B. Strong. Oli ....463 361 393 Shaw, Fillmore 136 Sid Shaw. Frank ... 336 Sedlosr, Leonard lb v..... Sider. Ile en 125 n. S ail .........ey. Muumuus...417 Sochreas. Dorothy SltP " ' " 3 " ., 3St1rurobe " L ' Airt3e 418 hur R 243. 254 Shaw, Henry oilman. Jane..415 464 433-00 Springer. Eugene W..164- Sterling, Webster 130.331 339 er Shaw. Herbert M....331 Smart. David 0 323 Sohn. Jesse S 361 374 Stern. Elisabeth 423 Struthers. David D.-3344 Shaw. Mn. Herbert . 412 helterlors. • •••• Smetton. William G. Solberg. Rudoph 0...376 scowl. Charles 14...352 Stern. Jack 237.168 Striker. Mn. Horner 409 Slues, le Maw. oomph W.328-379 , .322 Supsznond. Lou A...28• 125-343 Smelted. A. 11-277-351 Segamon. Arthur 309 348-394-409450 Solis. Jones. 417 SProwl. James A.. 129- Stem. Phillip S 1413 Stuart. Glenn Kent -131. 301-314457491 369 Shaw. " . 13.234.262-331 Alpha Eleulon 336 Smith MS Solomon. Bernard M. Sillier. G. G 190- Stern. Walter Stuart. Kenneth. - .131. Maw Mrs. Wilfred _409 Winn Alpha Iota ...419 smith. Addison 5.226372 117-356 195410-349 Stevens, Mr.. A. 5....638 136469496 Shenker. Ralph . 335 %Ina AlPtla Mu Smith. Alin 424 gamin L,429 Stabnick, ....174 Stevens. Alice K... _130 Stuart. Mary 244- Shea. Prentis M.1 4.231 % ni Vas Chi Smith. Arthur 14. 369-130 Solomon. J0%0.132-400 State. Mrs. Art ur - S 1 Ethan K....130 418.476 Shea. SYlnor 343 Sigma Dens Kappa 332 Smith, Petty. 414 Solun. Samuel p.266473 Ambler. Neil 0 3 131- Stuber. Mrs. S. M....466 Sheaban. ,bimes... .143 Sigma 260 Stahl. Otto W 4.41 ....446 Smith. C. A. ..... .334 Sommer. Ralph Staebkr. Mrs. Waller 416 134-386 Stitch. Howard T.....363 Shearer. Catherine 14-18- gas Et a Chi Smith, Carl If-332.431 Sorrnce661. Irene L. 128 Staelin. Carl G 321 Stevens. Prank 11....339 Stu-chin. Emma 131 111-146 Sigma Kapp 640 Smith Cad N....107.395 Fesnirne n. Chad.% II. 323 St. neary 17 A 1 Mn... 334 Anocis s. Frank.423 Student Chition 256 etlaa Sheehan. Earl J-124-270 Sigma Nu. • " " Smith:Charles Wendell Sophomore Circus sreseed Sheffield. Mount K...124 Committee 433 Stevens. R. 0 Stufgon.3CC " adinuee 303,233 Shehan. Harlow H. . WO Sigma Phi Smith, Clare B 330 Sophomore Prom 437 Stabl. Den. L Stahl, Mantaret 430 Sheldon. Irma 3 124 Sigma le 373 Smith. Donald Shirley Committee 341 Stevens. Mrs. Stanley 413 Shell. Violet Sigma Zeta 33 374 Snack. Milton 164- Stab . Mn Otto 435 Stevenson. Alice C...1411. Sturgis. Mrs. .,.1:„,... mlnard H. 387 Frank K. 135- Smith. _237266:3234 261433 Stalker, Arthur 40 ' 132 415449 Sutherland, L 18 Shelia,. , 14 Jarnes II- ..363 . Smith. E. Gertrude-126- Sorensen. Tborwald C. Stalker. Edward A...279- Stevenson. 1311%....424 Su Gin Hatt 131 . Shepherd. A. 334 Signor. Carl W 123 332-410-444-432.470 34c 342.372 Steward, Nadine....434. Suggs, Margaret IC...131 Shephe 438-431-461 Mikis. Arthur 22 rd. Walter P...IP...224sffikelna. JOY 14 sa Smith. wipe 325 Sorgcnfrei. Otto F...1% Stalker. Margaret ...437. 302. What. R 200261450 Smith. Edward M 328 278.306 428.440 Stewart. A. Allen, ...30- Sullinger. Harold.. -152 Sherlock. R. H 246 Smith. Edward W 182 Sorkin. Samuel 5.....399 Stall. Albert 312 130.246393 Sullivan. Dorothy C. 131• 313-362 %faun. Herbert Smith. Elwayne H...136. Sorter. Norman P....333 Sam% Harry P... -129 Stewart. lean.. .130.432 432 440 Silver. Ens I 125 Sherman. Alice 370 Sosnow. Louis... 118.399 Stanchfield. P. I. .234 Stewart. Mry a II 413 Sullivan. E•41 13.....391 Shen. George W 124- haver End W...365 Smith, Emmy Lou. 414 Souders. )4 393 Standeven. II. L 262 Stewart. William 11.. 355- Sullivan. Eiken.440.435. 406 Silverman, Harold 31.125 Smith, Franklin C...309 Soukup. Hermit% 411 Standish. Doris 419 342463-387 Sullivan. E. Clark.. .284 Sherwood. Bernath P. Jr. Bere. • • Smith. Frederick Vernon Soukup. Louisa. 411456 Stanger. Bdbert N 349 Stewart. Wesley 0....30 Sullivan, Hang 153 124-310423 pavan.% Maunce••309 126491.406 B. A 393 Stanger. Mildred ....418 St. George, Ansel., .162 Sullivan. henry Sherwood. M. Silverstein. Smith, Mrs. F. D... -466 Soule Sirs. M. II 393 Stenger. Roland ....349 Stienaker. Charles G. Sullivan. P_ - .347 Sheerer. Mrs. Alan. -.411 Salrerslon. Harold NI. 125 Smith. Geer II 322 Soak. . Si 13 343 ' White 24....124 Simons. Arthur 134 Smith. Geraldeane V-116 Sousa. John A. Stienema. S 15.5 mond 433 :Mick. Harry R 347 Sammun Clare 431 Smith. Gilbert P.....274 Southard. Franklin...153 Stanley. George M .318 Stiles. E. 3 369 Dominic Do Mary ....411477 126 334466 Stanton. Inn NI 110 Stiles. Prank.. .336-184 Summers, Prances 31.613 ield. Harty W no Simmons,.Dorothy-•115- Smith. 11 190 Souther. . 418 Smith. H. Irene Clavin N. • . In Stanton. Allen 11._ .370 Stiles, Florence 157421 Shier. Louisa A 294 Simmons. Jos.$ine.427 Smith. Hamilton W...339 Southwonh. Benot.128- Stanton. Jack P 328 Stiles. William W.,....335 Summers. Jane 4111 Shierich, Alma 449 Simon. Albert S. 125433 Smith. Harland 341 234-369 Stanton. Mrs. S. M.. A19 inspire:rob Clines Sumner. John 11.....347 Shierson. James 322 II. Smith. Harold Wood- Southworth, Maynard N. Stapleton. C. II 246-272-369 ward 395 Stinchoomb. Lord M..363 Sunmers, Mrs. 3.....427 nano. Bernard 13.124136 Stapleton. Herbert J. Stine.0ertrude L 130 Sunday. Chas. 349 smorn. Noonan A... Smith. Hansen 334 Sowers. Houton F. -AO} 114391 416447 David 1......359 Shilland, Charlene...316 Frances 5....125 Smith. Hulda Stinson. Plater S....32. Sunderland. Aliee....414 1441- Smith. Ira M 236 Soden P. G 2 370 Starch. Lucille Shilling A. Vaughn „ .380 Simone. G. 5 10 Stark. Bertha .155 130 Sunderland. Elizabeth Sinning. Myra. D.1614.382 248412-335 Smith. James P 149- Spadord• Howard 8..151• Stark, Haruki V 396 Stitt. P. C-. - ...... 4.33 411424 NI. S moon. Leigh 303481 303 Stark. Ilawky E....129- Stock. Thom% 301.338491 Stockdale, Herbert K. 149 Sunderland, Edson R. Shillong. R. L 167 Simonson. Fred R 340 Sampson. Robert S...133 Smith. Josephrne Altar Spalding. Clifton 128. Starks. Hamlin A....389 130-306 388 Smith. Joe B. .... .359 Spagord. Maxine I- .128 351126434 344 Surkweather. Arthur A. Stocking. Brno W...343- 424435 Simrall. Hannon.. ,.327 Smith. Kenneth 8...137- Spalding. Virginia R-128 129496 384 Sunderland. T. E. 334478 Metall, J. 0... -190493 397 Spalding. Wendell L.... Starts, Arnold 8.....158 Stocking. Charles 11.471- Sundwall. , _mai Sims. Edwin 331 Smith, Leon 135 128-373 Susan. Edwin B. - .300 Sams. I. 11 341 Sandwell, Mrs. John 413 na Smith, Lester S. 360 Sparker, Howard T..373- Staub. E. M:1,40.341483 Stockwell. B. W.....379 sn Sims. Mrs. 413466 Smith. Lillian B.. „ .26. 380 Staudt. J. 0.....309-331 Stockwell, W. H. 2941-419 - - Send, Nathan 371 127484 Snarling. ' tenet E...431 Stainer. George A....339 A 243.334 Supers . Aldo 415 Sinclair. Roulet K...431 Smith. NI. C 334 Spate?. George A.. 247. Steadman. R 246 Stokes, Harry B. I la two Surrible• Robert 2%403-306 Smith. Margaret A...117- Spallulf. Revs P.- Stcarns, ManZarti 438-462 Stolpman. Albert K..138- 412 1.39- Stoll, Chung E. . . . . . 30 Sutchffe, Flora V....131- Seethe. [Divot . - .123- Smith. Mabel It 127 Seder. Alfred L 360 414-426 Spaulding. Cli fford ...111 Stecher. It 289 Ha Sather:1nd Betty ....419 9 , IL Page SAS Suthedand. 1.0y Milan Tealdi. Mrs. Aubrey .411 TOL Lydia E 43$ 148-408-450 Vanbree. Raymond S.136 Vesper. Alice....265-410 Wannamaker. John.313- 132.344 Teeple . Charles P.. Tilley. G. C.. . -. 246. Thome. Mrs. W. C....416 VmsBurem Mrs.J....429 Vowell. Fu hers l on Carut 409 Sutherland. Maud E..131 318 256271412418 Troy. P. M 262 VanCleakEdain E.. Jr. 301491 Ward. Byron BM Suthere. William 1)-240. Teeter. BM°. I 342 Tilley. Ws 411454 True, William 386 370 Vozka. Henn 137 Ward. David W 337 362 Torn. James N..,...371 Tilley. Prof M. P. 242- Tnieblood. T 186 Vanneve. John_ .W.. 325 Francis M.316. Ward. James F 322 Station. Arthur 532 Teichman. John 0-307 334 Truesdell. Ne.hon - -380 Vandawarker. Georgia 360 Ward. %bum. 1......11 0 Sutton. Richard L. Jr. Teitelbaum. Myer.. .309 Tilley, Mrs. M. P...414- Tmettner. Williad...372 422 Veceenike. C. DeWitt .330 Ward. Virginia 1 Sutton. Thoma Eli.. Teter. William A....283 Tillotson. Harry A...185 192405-370 459 Vows ten. Joel 330 Wan!. William H 374 1311-284-437 22-132414481 Teittiman. S. Lloyd.356 •19 Tnaikowski. J. IL_ .190. VanlenBent. Dora...409 Vroornan. George.. -164 132421 Telling. 325 Timberlake. Clare- 134- Trythall.Sylveator S.347 Vandenberg. Mrs. 11. H. Vyw. Thomas A. E .236 Wargelin. Arno I 376 Suyat, Donato T....274 Tem pl anaye. akiron 234435 Tsang. Yen 703 Swam. Clair E-132497 Templeton. Marian W. Tinkham. Lona 410 Tubbs. Ray V 135 VanderWal. John .....132 W Waring. Eugene , -321 382 liniabY. Charles A.... 132 W 359 Tinker. ?dm A 1). 434 Tien. Ching W -41155 202 VandenBrock. J. A...302 Wannotts. Irving J • Swain. Mr.- Ocaege..403 416 Tisch. Dorothy ..411447 Tartar, .kageh W 323 Verde must. Cheeks M. Warner. Iletsmn1 L...232. Swan. Phyllis D 430 Ten Cate. Vernon ...152 Titeornb. Willsam C..392 Tak M e. •ne 26- 130 Wabelte. Jay A.. ... 137 246-31243746d Swanson. Gustav W..345 Tenenbom. Herb H..133- Tittleman. Ploy 164 135-455 Vandervoort. Henry. ..136 Wachs. Edward ii. 137. Warner, Fred S 373 Swanson. ?Cambial ' E. 373 365 Titus. John W 170 Tullock William 349 VanDoen. Fred E....370 330 Warner. Helen E.. -1331. Swanson. Roland J...131 Tennant. Florence B. Tobey. Donald R....274 Turner. Harvey 135. VanTharen. Arthur.. .354 Wachter. Raymond -116 412 Swanson, Sage C....174- 410.461 Tobin. Richard L....324 310432 Vanek. Charles. R....32- 137.247.248-327 Warner. klarko.412-455 244-312421 Tennant. John S... -391 Todd. Catherine H. -244- Turner. Robert W 343 134 Waddell. Charles R...372 Warner. Raymond... 331 Swanston. Wilkins I. Tema . Paul IS 420 Turner. Rage .131632$ VanKleek. Mabel.. .422 Waggener. Virgil 2S8 Warner. Rontld 0....1311 231403404 Tenney Alma N 416 Todd. John I)....132-361 Thum., Lyle O. _ .235 Vankovering. Russell A. Wagner. A.0 267 Warren. Neil ---- ' 35439 Seranwick. John T.. Jr. Terre. Bata° I 290 Todd. Mildred. .459 Mich. Carl 309-31 136-264 Wagner. A M 118 Warren Robert P 22- 131473 Tertian Anna 424 Todd. Olive H 116 Tuttle. Edward 392 VanLente. Kenneth A. Wagner. Albert P. .332 186-234.733433-321 Swartout. Carol 437 Term.. Paul P 133 284410 Tuttle. Mr.. Elward.411 307-3 Wagner. Mrs, Charles 409 Waniner. John If• • • Swans. B. K 264 Terry. Helen 440 Todd, Stanton W....240. Tuttle. Esther I.- ...413 VanMere. Lyle C... 136- Wagner. Ermstine...137. 378.302 332 Swartzfager.Twda D.132 Terry. Helene 409 243-236428 Tuttle. Janet.. ..264-420 244.240-426 Wartell. Irving ..363 Swett. C 244-269 Thatcher. Otis 354 Toditham Ronald W. 397 Tuttle Ruth 413 Vannest. Willard A .136 Wagner, Marie 164. Wadhin. Aldred 5...316 Sweet. ilelentnary -.421 Maya... James E. 246453 tape. Frederick .. _344 Tuttle. Victor 340 VanPelt, Clifford ....334 126-164 334 Swett. Lawrence K...331 Thayer. Jane 422 Tolcusawa Ken.2934314 Twamley, Alice 136 VanItmer. Una E. Wagner. Mrs. P. C...426 Warthin, Thomas A..352 Swart:Heger. Gerald Theta Cm 352 Tolan. E.. .. . ... ....230 Tweedy. Panimrton.321 418 Wagner. R.. • .. • .284409 Washburn, Forrest E.131 132-289.3444 Theta Delta Cid_ _337 Tobin. John F 336 Taiga Dorothy 430-460 Vanikkle. Mrs. A. 5..431 Wahl. Joseph John _137. Wanhburne. Mn. ChM. Suite. Barbara R.....413 Theta Kappa N.... .310 Tomlimon. James -256 Twins. Leonora. .287. Varna . Lalah E-431 376 42043,5 Swift. Byron W.. .. .244 Theta nm Psi ....382 Tompkins. Helen 134- 240403 VanTuyl. Prank F....337 W.A.. Frederick B. .343 Washer. Ben 356 381.470 Theta Phi ... .421 244.440 Twining. .332 VanTetyl. Ruth A...426 Wald. Frederic McKinley Washington. Katherine Swinton, Neil William. Theta Sigma Ph1....443 Took. Lode L.... ..134 Twining. Mrs. fled 457 137 417 A.133-399 13240.3423484 Thera XI 393 To9rde. Aaron 424 VanThchten. Courtlandt Waid. Mrs. F. M 866 Wade. Paul R 402 Swinton. N. W 22 Thews. Eleanor 432 Torbrson. Dorot hea .418. Twins. Arthur R..167.331 C I Wait. William H.....320 Wassink. II 177 Swinton. R. C... ...318 Thielman. William 0.347 HA Mitchell, Doris 415 VanVictor, Arthur.. .136 Waite. John Barker ..314. Watchpocket. Florence Sender. Robert ..162.300 Thar«. Elliot T. 133434 Toroyan. lestrop.13.3.190 Tyndall. Ralph 156- VanVliet. Marian ....423 378 18439407408446459 Symons. Adelaide .1W Theme. Mrs. Flugo.410- Torres, Mn. Lon 135417 238497 VanWagner. Car 331 Waite. Mrs. John 9..448 Waterman. Donbas L. Sze . Alberta 8...131 418 Toth. N 230 Tyndall. Mn. R. P...466 Van Winkle. Mrs. Don Wakeman. N ynn Franck 412414 Saym.anowdri. Wachow Theme Thurston ....265 Totske. Henry 0 391 412 137447 Waterman. Mn. James 318 Thomas. A. L 277 Totake. 1.11. C 196 VanZandt. Arthur. ...134 Walaiti.. Frank W...232- 410 Thomas. Edith 133. 196-274 V VanZwatuwenburg, 352 Waterman. Mrs. Leroy T 470445 Tout I toothy-423444 Dorothy 413 Waldenmeyer. H. P..290 412 Tabmisinds. Ember .1.22. Elmers C. 11.146435 Towne. M. K. ..... 33 Uitslager. G 417 VIDSZylvt31. Cornelius 3. Walder, Harold 5 33 Waterman. Memin H. Taggart. Mr.. Herten Tangs. H347 Madinah. Pearl Beatrice Waters. Prank C 4 257-454 g 334 Towner. Tfietnis. _340 Ulch. Harold W 3417 372 Waldmap. Helen P... 429 K. It. R. .. .287 331 Vary. Edwin P-321-379 202 410 2984 Thinnin. AV Tue. Glenn. C..308.347 .14 Townsend. Join M-387 Ullrich. Elizabeth.. .440. Vaughn. Bernice 2A-4 Waldo. C. M 220. Watkins. Genevieve A. 137.257.316 Widens. P M Thsnism Bradley radley . nd. neth L. 2114 430 Tag. Garland 12 .232. L Townse Ken 463 Vaughn. P T25.313433 344 352 Ulrich. Thurston E...331 Vaughn. Edward R...336 Walton. Lenore M 416 Watkins. Herbert 0.313. Thompson. Cecil W...380 Townsend. Lauren...417 Undenlown. William E. l ' aughan. V. C 167 Waldron. Frederick R. Watkins. Margaret B• Thompson. Cormdia .423 Townsend. Lyle. .164- 328 434435 Talcs If.. ..132-267. Take. H. Haney -351 ThmnP4mL Elisabeth 300471 Under...metAlice. - Al 5 War)., Max L.- 369 Waldron. Mrs. Fred„.414 Watkins, Richard C..393 Talton. Samuel A.,. 132 290-454 Townsend. Robed 13-333 Underwood. Mrs. 14.426 Veawn. Ilartford 336 Waldvogel. Ilelen W.I37 Watkins, Wayne J._ 161- Taliak. Martin B. 151)337 Thompson. Mn. 0. F. Townsend. Robertson G. linger. Harvey L., Jr. 136 Vedder. Donald M 329 Waken.. Philip L 137 309 Tallnaadge. Marian O. 419 332 Ureter Pauline 425 Vedder, Francis 9...331. Walker. Mrs. B. N•.. .413 Watkins, William J...313 293.440 Thomism. Howard . 3M Trail. Elbert -266441 UPhare. Mrs. 13 Walker. Merle L.....267- .. 110 Watson. B. A 22.139. 284.408 Thompion. Gertrude H. Tommley. Robin -.427 Iltdmrsity Gide Glee 380 Walker. 11 J TbomPson. Homer.. .290 Traeger. Cednc..341-391 Unsworth. Herbert 108 ..312 V. " " keraallker: Garnet.. Tambe. Torn. 134-413 Towsky. Harry 139 Club 4 Thmura, H 193 432 N ' rech. M. L. 254406354.339 In Tanaka. 0 293 The ' enrswm. John • IM TmPhagen. Clarence.373 Upjohn. E. Gdfonl.. 329. Weaker. George P...349 313441 Watson. Don Tanner. Lydia-412-440 Thompson. John M..278- Trapp.14eztert 363 310 Veemtm. Theodore A. Si W alker. Olive A 430 Watson. HarryW.139470 Tanner. Thomas 8-392Tho 3 22 416 Umohn. Mrs. C Traut. E. Lorraine..1.16 Upjohn. Esther. 408-43.4 Vermin.. Mrs. T. A..466 Walker. Robert P 1413. Watson. Mary 116 , ..409 ion . • 427 Vehon. S. E 257 232453 Watson. Thomas Y Tape« 303 . Wade 320 Trantline. W. R.....234 Upson. Lent I) 342 Velar«. Eby - -284-290 Walkinshaw, Eleanor 232-356-352 Harry L 399 Thompson. kl. J.. _318 Trautman. Windtroge Upson. Marjorie. 42S- Vennen .Ame m mon. Marais ' s.« 133 372 164412459 Walters, Prank C. Jr-144 Taps.,... Mrs. Nettie.431 Tattling. T. II 262- 440461444 Vert tin. Aurelia hi..136 Watts. Frederick. .160 4.17471 Thautwine. William. .373 UPthntrove. C 393 VerDuin. John W....136 311482 Tarbill. J. Target. Mon-is Thompson, Robert D. Traver. E. P 24 UPehe 249433.309.349 135401494 - groge. Mrs. Claire Them . Eugene 336 Walkley, L 420-450 Verschoor. Mrs. C. A. 431 244276. Was. 3 0 Mon-isi et... _364 g.. Travis. c 391445 Throw. Ohm . . • . . 200 Herbert .412 VW K 334 Vd.bert. Charles 9...352 Wall, Mrs. 0 248458 171 328 Take. John II-156333 Thompson. T. James 2 .. 380 Upton. S. A. . 247434 Vitrify. William Wallace. Ilan W-231a. WAY. Justin A 330 Waybnna ....440 .. Mennen. Kathleen E. Trans. fru. J. J 431 Urban. S J 395 Vickery. James A.-345 Wallace. Herbert C...334 Weadock. Mary L.. .139 Thomsen Slicalsth 443 Tretalcock. I.) 244. Urist. Carl 11. _374.360 Vincenti. Natalia. -137. %Thrace. Jain 410 Weatherill. P. P.322-393 Tao 430 Traynor. Bernard... 135 Urban . Edwin J...136 Vincent. Prances .427463 Wallace. Jane Tauber. iseneamen....400 .. • • " 144-615 Cul. Abdulanur ....136 407. Weaver, Archibald J. 336 Taoism, Frftlerick A.. 3413 • °mitten. Smith. .. MO 284412-473 408-444-432-433 Weaver. Justin C.139.349 Vinopal Edward 347 Wallace. Virginia L...410 Webb, Frances. 2134-440 B....347 Thoraborouirh. %WHAM Treble. George T.. Jr. Taylor Earl A 311.3 0 394 268.260416 V Vivre , M _en. ., .. 137 Walk. Leonard .f 367 Webb. Lois E.20-430-460 Vivian. Elisabeth Haan WaSeck. Henry lo ME Webb, Lucile M 139 Taylor Ede W.. .133 Thorne. B. H 287 Trenkaft. Stanford L. 364 gmeminc. 246 A 3M Taylor Plownce.411440. Thornton. Prances. .164- Thn) e. Sam 54 uel Valenti e. B 1374.38 Waller. Dorothy S.... 130- Waller. Harold 0.-303. Weber, Erie 450 Webber. Earl.. .. .. . 164 Taylor Fred M-332496 418439461 Trait. Theodore 361 Van. Rung Jib %lin. Clarence . 37461 1 440 269-343 3 Taylor Grace E 408 Thorp. Lawrence M..1.13 Thevarrow. Prances. .135 VanAntwerp. LAW D..160- Voce. Muriel Bertha. .137 Wallington. Weber. Frank K.... .145 3. Taylor Henry 336 Thorne. Clarence 0.462. Trevor. Walter M. 232. 2664134119 Vogel. Joy C 336 412431-447 Taylor lames IL- -370 440 357 MnAntwerp. Mn, L. D. Vohes. I) 24 Wallington. Vera - ..•14 Taylor L. It 185. Thorpe. Mrs. C. D. 432 Trim 372 426 Vohlgemuth 262 Walls. Mrs. 0. L.. -.466 256.351 Thuroau. William R. Trig 343 VanAuken. Howard A. Volt«. Roland 137 Wainer. Dalton.. PM 4 2 2 Taylor Mary Louise 426. 134437 TnOcheller. Bert. - -312 160435 Yokes. David Cooper Walser. Mrs. J.1.403-41X 432443 Murton. L. C .... .20 Tromter. Rmeroary .135. VanAntwerp. Mn. L. D. 137.234463 Walser. Ruth 414 Taylor Merrill W-163. Tice. Ruth L 416 440473 426 VonRcewlager. Mary Walther. William J... ' 3$ 323-378 Twe. Virginia E 283. Timm . Harold 301 VanAuken. Howard A. Gay 412 Walton. Mrs. N..... -29) Taylor R 185 416419 Trooper. Mrs. Harold.416 le0-385 VonVechten.Courtland Walt:. Dorothy M.. 436 Taylor Rolland W 133. Tidwell. George II-397 Trost, Theodore .264-313 VanIllarcorn. Clifford 390 316 Walt. William 310 203420 Tidswell. Robert 136 Trotter. Claude A. _ 2$4. VanBoven, Peter J._ 344 Vars. Puastino0... .290 Wang. Phoebe S. H 292 Taylor Vinal 0 Taylor William 342 Tiller. Mrs. William .413 367 VanBoven. M 331 Tietjent. Norman 0..378 Troloblidge. II. Virginiars. 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E. ..431 %%Tilos. amiss ....323 Winder. C. Arttnar ..336 Woodneff. Lois E YWCA Robert V...326 Weber. Ruth C..140-120 Wessell. William W.. Whitman. Ha 1117 Wilkes. V ionel 366 Winegarden. Myron 311 263-4 eager. Roland A...150. 5, Webster. 459 Werfoel. George R. 360 Whitney. A. C rz 141.343 Whit mire. Andrew 341 Williams 18.1 Winetran. Io Alfred .. 343 Woods. John 383 243 Webster. Jane 1.426- bs 242 Witham.. c, . _ . . _1 19 Wine. Sidney J... -2315 Woodward. Joseph 11.234 Vessieky. John ff Waller 157 Webster. John 1.154436. Watel. K. Lucile ....411 Whitney. Allen. 117.320 Will Charles R...131 Wine«. Joseph • Se Wens. Lords M.. _141 Whitney. Mrs. A. S...413 Williams. Donald ..334 Wines. Levi I) 379 Weedweeth. Geonte W. Tnee)% Jane,. ..437457 se 341 397 Yearn • Webster. Mrs. R. M-466 Waco«. H. Yoakum, Mrs. Clarence If ... 1141• Whitney. Edwin. 142- Williams. Dura ' s1 II. 269- Winfield. Frederick 349 Lilburn.361 190 Webster. R. W 21113- 413-458 336-475 361 Wing. Adeline .. .. AS Wrdy. Clifford 287446 Tended. E. F 277 Sr.317402 wpapeil. W. Wallaceasce, Whitney. Harvey...3M Ihmuld R. lab Wingate. Henry S....144- Woody. Mn. Clifford 415 Teo. Aliens rte 118• Sr. Wederneyer. Josephine 243-1M %Titan. La wren Austin 7416-44445s 14s421 V. Whittaker. . G.- 244-24645 Winkler. Dr. Harold G. Will:erns. Praia H. 324 Winkethaus, Louis E. 302 Monis F....393 40 .. .165.326 Well. Gear A.. _Mg SA Weeder, Irma R 431 Wen. - tec, 359 Sr. Ting. Shan M ....NM Yak«. Edmard P...349 Woolfolk. Gu y eng Wearer, Richard 140 West. G. P 290 Whittemore, Mee Williams. Gail 440 383 Woolson. George T. 145 Sr. Dorothy K.. -26. Wen. Jame. D...141-328 Catherine 414 %%Mans. Mrs. Garden Wind Henry 144 371 Yoakum. Camie J .366 140-423 Weacott. tkorge W...141 Whitten- Mary Ihne • 410 Winslow, Mina 410 Woonacot. Robert ...162 Yoakum. Clarence ..3.14. 5;h Weeks. Evelyn 417 Westin. Marie 415 What«. Claude.. .. 397 Williams, Gurney ....11 I. Window. Worboys. Wdliam. .165 390 Weenmen. Wm. J•- .391 liVestneer. Mae 1.141484 Whittle. 1. 142•- 324 134)2 Worcester. 1)onald Sr. Went. Ralph Wetmore. Lester 0.-162 190.207.331 0. S. ....302 Winter. Donald W. .144- 145414-406 S. 40s oe«. sh Wear. Eleanor C....140. Wetmore. Noes B. __.431 Whitworth. Robert Williams. • • _ .. 10 261481 Warden. Carl C 379 Yost. Fielding H.. DO Maurice dis Ms 253-264-265 Wesefel. Tlwadoee C.145 327 Witham.. Jack 150392 Winter. John 0 194 Warden. Edward ....363 Yet, Wachs.% William 51.347 Willhehnina Whyte. Chark.. .. ...329 Williams. J. P. 267 Winter. Jamb A. ..35: Howard .. . .336 M Wed. Beatrice 423 1136-317-13 141 Ward. 11aswell. R..I42 Williams. Marian ...414 Winter. Thomas 136-3116 Wnkman. Eugene. .321 Yeah Mrs.Fielding ...on- 157 Weyl. George 1 155• 302471 Walla Neil H.. -361 Winter. William 331 Workman. Harvey 414 Writ. sr. %el. Harold B 350 222.322 Ward, Mrs M. R.. 406 Williams. Mrs. N. H. 422 Winter.. R. K 252 Ste Weil. Herbert I.......316 Weymouth. C 249 Wickenduun. Nathan. 393 WHIrams. R 190-187 Winters. Mn. R. K 466 Workman. Helen 14 3748. Young. George S.... .tte Young. Ink 440 11 Wed. Max B 350 Wherton, Beth 141 Wickendtam. R. B.. 393 Williams. Mn. Robert Winton, Bernadine.430. 163.425-459 Young. James M.....37 latigh)....182-39 2 sh Weiler. Ruth L 431 Wheat. Mn. C. S....408 Wilkes. Chaim 154 415 4541 Worley. John K.....366 145. Y Yoou uen. Jack Sirs. L+ Us W . Mn. _431 Wickman. Weida..., Williams, R. d 291 Winton. Gear 134 Worley. J S 02429-332 Weiner. . .157. Wheels,. 3enj. W....322 A. .... -MU William.. Richard J. 143• Windeowsky. Rose..543 S 408 . Tutu.. Mrs. N. ..... 416 Y Sil 11.0.260 Wheeler. C. jock . -352 Wic k.. Wedel• 1 220420.306 Wise. Charles 301-3 in Woeley. Sin. John Sr. Weiner. Sara I-140-294 Whler. David .141-252. %%demo.. Dia 13._. _143 Williams. Robert -.198 Wise. Lawrence 353 4I8 sh, Gustave ..346 Darothy ... .417 WrIman. John C. .194 Williams. Mrs. RobertWe. Wider. C. 0 302 Worth. Mrs. hIelissa.3411 2 414 Oliver J..307. Wheeler. Douglas -.371 , 220.253-305449 415 Wien...Ardis.. ,.2114-401 Wanly. M. R 310 Zabel. Elisabeth 1 Wheeler. Elisabeth 409- badman. 5larguerite 406 Williamson. Rohm _327 Wisner. Frank il.....342 Woeuing. P. Rudolph 361 Zack.. Loon II-146-364 3 1 Sr., Weinman. E. B. 167-347 426438 Willman, Marian I. 408 Willie Prank 0 274 Witham. Vole C....I44 Wotriag. 0. II-.143406 Zahm. SI. .146-244430 1,313. P. .249-361 Widmann. Frederick C. flacon. Marion 428 %%they. Check. 0...370 Wegener. Ilarokl...1115 Zehm. Ralph .161 Stu 347 Wheeler, Gorden 24- 310 Withrow, 09 4119 B...402 Wozniak. Bernard ...MS Zenon, Clarks J...24. Sr., Weiman. F. H._ 31-140- 314435 Wi 340 Wills. Kenneth erins. Frederick 1. 367 Wills, Theodore 31 149- Witter. Goedon L.....199 Wright. Arlon B.....372 146 Se. 250.395 Wh«ler, J. R rou Wiewan. E. E.- ..185- 249-503 Witter, Joseph 137• Wright, Arthur W...361 Zane. John M. ..... .405 Weimhelbeum .S. ..140 190-107-260441 156148-317.319 Wills. Tropliena J....143 143.346 Wright. Barbara 440 Zanaff. Louis Weinstock. Wilfred...361 Wheeler. Martin L...142 Wiernan. Mrs. E. 1...408 Wills, N. K 118 ll ' ohlarnuth. 0. 11...746 Wright. C. G....264-169 Truer. Anna 26-1464M- Weintraub. Lou.... 140- Wheeler, Mrs. Mary.411 Wiener. lupus L...1346 43- D 321 Bernice 418 Wolin«. Mr. Karl. Wright. Corwin R. - 384 26 443455.476471-474. NT. 214216 Wheeler. Maurice ....320 . W- 378 Wolcott. Francis. Jr..344 Wright. Gouge P....132 Zee. Andrew.... Sha Welf- J. F 140.264- P. E. ,_ _282 W1t9CT. Richerd S. ..114 353 Wilson. Mr.. Clyde-419 Wolfe. Benton B.....400 Wright. George L.161460 Be.. T11.1111 Tong .190-316 2 F 169-254 Wheeler. Richard -.313 Weisberg. Hairy 140-361 Wheeler, Stewart .. , . Wiener. Vi ' m. B. 30-346 Wilson. D. L....190473 Wolfe. Gladys E, . _144 Wright. Gerald 0.153-3116 Zehner. ldvelyn.. 440 Zehner. Minerva 244-440 She Went. Henry 350 Wheelwright. Henry.349 Wiese. Johanna M. .413 Wiliam. DeWitt C -315 Wolfe. Kenneth P. 144- Wright. 11. M She Weis.. M. Jr. Whinery..1 22 Wiwt9, Herbert k _2341 Wilson. Donald 1411 Wright. Jame D. 145496 Zellman. Robert Si.. 381 140,353 .244. Wightman. Clifford B. Wilson. Dorothy. 419 Wolff. John. Jr 311 Wright. Lyman 3....145 Miner, Gertrude . 146 eng stormy 161 161 Zemin«. Willard II.. She 460-463 Wolfe. Alice Weiss. Sylvia 425 413437.470 . 155.269-164 Welch. Josephine 18- Whipple. Guy 327 Work. Catherine... 4.17 %%ban. Florence R...410 WA,. George A.... ,151 Wright. Wilmer 391 145406 Zeta Beta Toe 346 S 373 %%nen. Don E.. - 358 Wilson. Frank N....313 Weetwe ' s Edecatioeffil 379 Club 45S Wreggit. Winston R..143 Zeta Psi 326 he she Welch. Pierre 1111.blitakerMie..11PaenzYul 142 Wilber. G. C. . 2 17 Zeta Ta. Alpha 423 Welch. Mn P. S.....420 Whitane. Milford .. _387 Wilbur. Inca 417 Wilson, Mrs. rank -423 Weeell. It 112 Wu, Violet L Welch. Vincent 140 Whitt, Albert E. ...327 Wilcox,-hY. -drest 392 Wilson, Freak W. 143-277 Wool Arthur A.....339 Wyerfel• Robert R..391 Bel. Edward.. 146354 316 Warfel. Theodore C.I84- Ziegenbein. Daniel 31446 She Welke. Walter C 313 Mu. Alfred E.412 str Emily 14t-437 Wilson. Harold C...333 Wood A. II Weller. Carl V 315 Hyenas Jacloon A...255. Wilson. Hekn 437. Wood Cornelius 8...379 720-123-199-236-264-345 met. Rubin R... 366 Wellman. Elisabeth .410- White. Mn. Alfred HG 349 470-474473 Wool C. 0 395 Wildman. Eugene J-1381 Zimmer. Eleanor 0.. 146 Wikoz. ula 421 %%Isom. Herbert Wood Chaska R.,..371 412 Zimmerman. Dankel E. 442452 434 Wellman. Horace G...140 While. Bradfoed 3 % dom. 244 Wilson. Herbert C...392 Wood E....439470462 Wu 391 S..rs. lleorge..3611 323 ..330 Zimmerman. Dean. 349 Wellman. John 151- White. Evely 44 n 424 Wilco,. Katherine- Wilson. James W. .. .337 Wood Hasty A 162.260 Wilson. John L...303-.551 Wood John.. .144-35%. Wurtsmith• 146 ‘‘ 46 She 35tiral 9.3M White. G. B 24 161-280-420 Wilson. Joseph -158-151 Wood Merle G 370 White. C 0 349 1 161 lam Wilcox. Kenneth E..324 Wilson. Julia P.....424 Wood R. L Y.0 1219211 349 21479 W11112. 375 W11901, P. H 290 Wilson, Keith 321 Wood Tbecelore T...30 %:yltlian, Mark E.....446 -466 . six, Wells. Benismin II-141. White. enneth 265 Wilcox. Rea A. 140-364 Wilson. Leotard S...331 Wood Walter F MO Wyman. Mn. 414 133413 , 264 Wilson. Lewis D. 394 Wood W. p 111 Wren. Zink. 445 E. .146 Wells. Carlton 290 142.412-442452 Wilds, Walt " Wilton Mary 475 Woolard. Allan 3341 116-295 She, Welk. Mn. Carlton..290 White. Mary Susan..406 . 309420-330 Paul 154 rd 341 X Zinn. Prank Well.. Donald 321 Whites hlunel 416 Wild A• I Robert IL .307 Woodard. Joseph 11-144- XI Psi Phi Zippeatein. Clement 360 Wells. Ernestine L..141 %%mt.Robe« le Edo I 3113-115.179 1 142 14i • • " %%Iron Robert J.323478 M 183 Zidet. Lyle Shit Welk. James 329 White. Stewart 332 %ilea.. Mug ay...408 • %%leen Robert L... .376 WoorIbridge. Mrs. Alice y 24atkin. Lou. Sher Lyndon N 141 Whiteherd. Lesion S. Wilgus. Horace le.• ' Zed.. Ethel.... oland E Wells. 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