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

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.LEONARD E.OITOR ATKINS ' ' ' ' ' 1111111111 PUbLISHED BY THE SENIOR. CLASSOF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ANN AR-bOB. to ALEXANDER GRANT RUTHVEN A true scientist and scholar, whose work has won him the esteem of all, and from whom the University has had evidences of future progress, this I93O Mich iganensian is dedicated. igonensian is expressing more adequate!) and feeling of Michigan, bound more closely the Michigan- ensian and the University, its purpose shall have been accomplished. ! XTEXTI Seniors - Features - Athletics Organizations Features Fraternities Sororities Features Women ' s Organizations Women ' s Athletics Satire I FACULTY Victor Clarence Vaughn, M. D., Ph. D., LL D. Harry Burns Hutchins, Ph. D., LL. D. Ralph Hamilton Curtiss, Ph. D. Claude H. Van Tyne, Ph. D. Victor Hugo Lane, LL. B. Thomas E. Casady, Ph. D. Max Winkler, Ph. D. STUDENTS Frances E. Johnson Edgar Stiekemeyer John Blake ' A AN6ELL MALL FACUL rv Victor Clarence Vaughn, M. D., Ph. D., LL D Harry Burns Hutchins, Ph. D., LL D. Ralph Hamilton Curt D. Claude H. Van Tyn, Ph D. Victoi Hugo La?, LL B. Thomas E. Cose D. Max U Ph. D. STUDENTS s E. Johnson Edgar Stiekemeyer John Blake ' VJMUJbTUL WOMEN ' S FIELD HOUSE 33UOH CJJ3R 3 ' M3MOW . UNIVERSITY i la r INTRAMURAL BUILDING WOMEN ' S LEAGUE BUILDING amOJIU8 3UOA9J 2 H3MOW ARCHITECTURAL BUILDING ' amojiua HILL AUDITORIUM MUISOTIOUA JJIH V . V STADIUM MUIQAT2 SGXIOR OFFICERS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS STANTON TODD DORA VANDENBERG DOROTHY GRIFFITH ROBERT CHAPMAN Jftterary OFFICERS President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer STANTON TODD DORA VANDENBERG DOROTHY GRIFFITH . ROBERT CHAPMAN COMMITTEES Advisory JAMES JORDAN Chairman RUTH WAGNER EDWIN POORMAN Athletic WALTER GEISTERT Chairman ALVIN DAHLEM ROBERT WALKER LEVERNE TAYLOR ERNEST REIF Auditing CHARLES BISHOP Chairman FARRINGTON TWEEDY VALBORG EGELAND MELVILLE DOTTENHEIM LEONE BELLEVILLE KENNETH BIRNEY Banquet JACKSON WILCOX Chairman SIDNEY STEENSMA ERIVILLI SCHNEIDER ROBERT HOLMES ILAH INGERSOLL Caps and Gowns BRADFORD I ' ' OGARTY Chairman JOSEPH WOODARD CLARA MITCHELL ELWOOD DATTON MARGARET BRADY CHARLES REMICK Class Day HARLEY KLINE Chairman GEORGE WOHLGMUTH DELAINE FROST GENEVIEVE WOUGTER ROBERT SILBAR EVELYN WHITE Finance HARRY WALLACE Chairman THEODORE LONG VIRGINIA MCCREERY SALLY NEDERLANDER ALEX SCHERER LAWRENCE WALKLEY Invitations JENNINGS McBRiDE Chairman HELEN FELLOWS MARGARET BABCOCK JAMES OSBORNE DOROTHY WOODROW BESSIE EGELAND JANET COCHRAN Memorial CHARLES MARCOTTE Chairman SYDNEY COWAN BEATRICE FROMM KATHERINE FITZPATRICK AILENE YEO Picture PAUL STEKETEE Chairman ELIZABETH DE VOL JAMES LITTELL MARGARET POLLOCK HELEN HARTF.K Pipes and Canes JUSTIN WAY Chairman ROBERT BRO VX CHARLES JOSE ROWLAND WICKERSHAM JOHN RICE Publicity PIERCE ROSENBERG Chairman CHARLES ROTH JEROME ELLISON LOUISE MclNTYRE HELEN NORRIS Senior Ball JONES SHANNON Chairman EDMUND YERKES CHARLES MONROE RUTH BROOKE FRED WIDMAN ALEXANDER RUELLE RICHARD COLE Senior Sing JOE NARRIN Chairman FRED BAUSCHARD Lois VAN DUSEN Social ROBERT SMITH Chairman JOHN WATLING, JR. GEORGE SLAGLE DONALD VEDDER DOROTHY BECK BF-RNICE SOLOMON Swing-out GEORGE TILLEY Chairman BETTY HEMMINGER WAI.DRON TEMPLEMAYER LAURETTA TOWNSEXD MORRIS ESMAN ran SEX 10 R CLASS OFFICERS CHARLES BISHOP Auditing Committee WALTER GEISTERT Athletic Committee HARLEY KLINE Class Da Committee CHARLES MARCOTTE Memorial Committee PIERCE ROSENBERG Publicity (Committee ROBERT SMITH Social Committee GEORGE TILLEY Swing-out Committee JACKSON WILCOX Banquet Committee Com mi t tee Ch airm en BRADFORD FOGARTY Caps and Gowns Committee JAMES JORDAN Advisory Committee JENNINGS McBRiDE Invitation Committee JOSEPH NARRIN Senior Sing Committee JONES SHANNON Senior Ball Committee PAUL STEKETEE Picture Committee HARRY WALLACE Finance Committee JUSTIN WAY Pipes and Canes Committee wmm 27 SEMOR CLASS OFFICERS MM RICHARD GRETSCH HERSHEL POWELL ROBERT NEIS PHILIP ALLEX E ngneerng OFFICERS President rice-President Secretary Treasurer RICHARD GRETSCH HERSHEL POWELL ROBERT NEIS PHILIP ALLEN Athletic JOHN WIDMAN Chairman ALBERT NYGORD THOMAS STOCK ALTON SMELTZER JOHN KERRUISH Class Day JOHN McDoNALD Chairman SEYMOUR CHENEY CHARLES WOOD JAMES REDDING ARTHUR WINDSOR Invitation EDWARD NELL Chairman DEAN HAMMOND JAMES MCMASTER JAMES ROBERTS GEORGE BEARD Picture GRANT MICKLE Chairman NEIL MACDOUGALL LUDWIG EMDE ERNEST POSSE MILLARD NEWLAND COMMITTEES Caps and Gowns ROBERT McCoY Chairman FREDERICK BABCOCK RAYMOND DALY EDWARD SCHULHAUSER LAWRENCE JOHNSTON CHARLES STAFF Finance EDWIN ROBERTS Chairman PHILLIP DIETZ CHARLES WADDELL GEORGE HOLBROOK ALLEN FORBES Memorial EDWARD YENDALL Chairman ROBERT GRUNOW WILLIAM DOWSETT Social CHARLES YOUNG Chairman HARRY COLL PHILIP COCHRAN RALPH ABBOTT HAROLD HAMMOND PACE 28 wmm OFFICER JOHN McDoNAi.n Class Da Committee GRANT MICKLE Picture Committee EDWIN ROBERTS Finance Committee EDWARD YENDALL Memorial Committee Com mi t fee Ch airmen 29 ROBERT McCoy Caps and Gowns Committee EDWARD Niu.i. Invitations Committee JOHN IDMAN Athletic Committee CHARLES YOUNG Social Committee SKMOR CLASS OFh ' K KRS CHARLES LEMEN WILLIAM JEWETT JAMES ALLEN WILLIAM HULSE President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer 1930 OFFICERS CHARLES LEMEN WILLIAM JEWETT WILLIAM HULSE JAMES ALLEN COMMITTEES Athletic WILLIAM FLORA Chairman ORLEN JOHNSON HOWARD SPAFFORD Cane PAUL HILDEBRAND Chairman PHILIP ROCHE PARK BRADSHAW Executive ROBERT KING Chairman EDWARD GREENSPAN JOSEPH PONTON MAYNARD SOUTHWORTH WILLIAM STEWART Invitations FRANK STILES Chairman STUART ROWE THOMAS DURANT Picture FREDERICK MILLER Chairman JOHN BOXWELL WILLIAM MEADE Auditing CHARLES HUDSON JOHN WILSON ELWOOD MASON Chairman Caps and Gowns WALTER SCOTT Chairman HENRY BRUNSTING WILLIAM SCOTT Honor VAUGHN MORRISSEY SPENCER BRADEN KENNETH LOWE Chairman Memorial JOHN WELLMAN Chairman SHERWOOD RUSSELL HELEN PRESTON Social FRANK MAXWELL- -Chairman ROBERT HOWLETT RICHARD CHAPPLE 30 SEMOR CLASS OFFICERS Committee Chairmen WiLI.lAM Fl.ORA Athletic Committee ROBERT Kixc; Executive Committee FREDERIC MILLER Picture Committee WALTER SCOTT Caps and Gowns Committee FRANK STILES Invitations Committee PAUL HII.DEBRAND Cane Committee CHARLES HUDSON Auditing Committee FRANK MAXWELL Social Committee VAUGHN MORRISSEY Honor Committee JOHN WELLMAN Memorial Committee SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS NORMAN TIETJENS EARL SULLIVAN ROBERT BARKER GEORGE WRIGHT OFFICERS President NORMAN TIETJENS V ice-President ... EARL SULLIVAN Secretary ROBERT BARKER Treasurer . GEORGE WRIGHT COMMITTEES Cane MARSHALL SMITH Chairman ARTHUR EVELY JAMES DOLMAN Class Day WALTER NORTH Chairman JOHN TODD RALPH LINDENMUTH Crease Paper GEORGE RICH Chairman WILLIAM DAY WILLIAM BAUER Picture DOUGLAS TENCATE Chairman GEORGE DIXON WISE SCOTT Caps and Gowns LELAND SCHWICHTEXBERD Chairman JOEL RILEY JAMES MILLER Crease Dance HARVEY GUNDERSON Chairman RICHARD MAXWELL JOHN MURPHY CHARLES EWING LESLIE MEYER Finance FERDINAND HEILMAX Chairman CEDRIC FRAEGER NORTON RIDER BENTON WOLFE CARMI YOAKAM Social THOMAS PERRY Chairman ESTHER TUTTLE RUTH TUTTLE BOICE GROSS Crease Dance Committee SKMOR CLASS OFFICERS C otn ti ittee C i a ir HI en ALTER NORTH Class Da Committee GEORGE RICH Crease Paper Committee MARSHALL SMITH Cane Committee FERDINAND HEILMAN Finance Committee THOMAS PERRY Social Committee LELAND SCHWICHTENBERD Caps and Gowns Committee DOU GLAS TEN GATE Picture Committee ffitiMC iTJTMffl w PACE 33 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS JOHN WARRINER EDNA MAE JENNINGS MARIE SAMSON ARTHUR LEAS ' President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer Education OFFICERS JOHN WARRINER EDNA JENNINGS ARTHUR LEAN MARIE SAMSON GROUP CHAIRMEN ESTHER BELCHER CLARENCE HARBOUR MAUD RAYMONT RALPH TYNDALL ALICE EASTMAN MARIAN LAICH DOROTHY MARSHICK WAYNE DAVIS MARY GARLAND IVAN BRIEN MARION PEARSON COMMITTEES Caps and Gowns HELEN BUSH Chairman RUTH KUMEROW ISABEL WILSON JANET HOWELL Invitations HELEN GEER Chairman JEANNETTE JOHNSON AGNES MACDONALD Class Day JAMES ORWIG Chairman CHARLES FITZPATRICK HENRY FEHLIG Membership JOHN CALDWELL Chairman LAWRENCE LAMONT HELEN BEAL CATHERINE BURKE mmm 34 SEMOK CLASS OFFICERS Committee Chairmen HELEN BUSH Caps and Gotcns Committee HELEN GEER Invitations Committee JOHN CALDWELL Membership Committee JAMES ORWIG Class Day Committee 35 SEXIOR CLASS OFFICERS JUDSON HKESS JAMKS NOSI.OCK CI.ARKNCK I.EVIS KVSSKI.L KLENOW President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer TDentistry OFFICERS JUDSON HEESS . JAMES NORLOCK . CLARENCE LEVIS RUSSELL KLENOW COMMITTEES Athletic ERNEST KELLERMAX Chairman LESLIE DELUDE EDGAR SCHICK IRVIN STEINBERG Caps and Gowns HARRY CARR Chairman CHARLES WALDO HORTON KlMBALL FRANK ZIMMERMAN Finance RUSSELL KLENOW Chairman SCOTT HOLMES GEORGE WORSFOLD Publicity and Memorial WAYNE NEELY Chairman KENNETH CAMERON VICTOR FROMHART Cane Chairman EVELYTH NORTH WAY JOHN WOODS FRANK BRUNNER RALPH GOPPELT Executive JUDSON HEESS Chairman JAMES FAIRCHILD BRUCE FORSYTH NORMAN MERTEN Invitation and Announcements CLIFFORD KIEHN Chairman ALBERT ECKEL GERALD WRIGHT Social and Pictures HOWARD THOMPSON Chairman JOHN KEANE MAYNARD STOVER JACK HOLLISTER 36 ran Committee Ch airmen HARRY CARR Caps and Gowns Committee ERNEST KELLERMAN Athletic Committee RUSSELL KLENOW Finance Committee EVELYTH NORWAY Cane Committee JUDSON HEESS Executive Committee CLIFFORD KIEHN Invitations Committee WAYNE NEELY Publicity and Memorial Committee HOWARD THOMPSON Social and Picture Committee PACE 37 r m SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS RICHARD OUTCALT CHARLES GREENIDGE VIRGINIA GIES JACK MILLS Architecture OFFICERS President V ice-President Secretary Treasurer RICHARD OUTCALT CHARLES GREENIDGE VIRGINIA GIES JACK MILLS COMMITTEES Advisory WILLIAM REID Chairman EDWARD TUTTLE RICHARD BECK Caps and Gowns HARRY SMITH Chairman BANQUIER AUBREY WILLIAM PEMBERTON Finance JOHN CRISSEY Chairman CLAUDE SAMPSON CHARLES WITHEY Pictures OWSLEY VOSE Chairman DONALD KIMBALL EDWARD CUMMINGS Auditing JAMES LENDRUM Chairman CALVIN BANWELL WILLIAM CRAWFORD Canes CLARENCE VLIET- -Chairman JAMES AUER DONALD STEINBAUGH Invitations JAMES WILLARD Chairman ROLAND YAEGER JOHN BRINGLOE Social STAFFORD HODDER Chairman ALEX LAPTEFF SAMUEL KUHN PAG 38 SEMOR CLASS OFFICER l Wl i) W Committee Chairmen WILLIAM REID Advisory Committee HARRY SMITH Caps and Gowns Committee JOHN CRISSEY Finance Committee OVVSLEY VOSE Pictures Committee JAMES I.ENDRUM Auditing Committee CLARENCE YLIET Canes Committee JAMES ' n.i ARD Invitations Committee STAFFORD HODDER Social Commit! re PAGE 39 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS JOHN WEBSTER ROLAND DAIIL KARI. BKYER ROBERT HEWITT Pharmacy OFFICERS President JOHN WEBSTER Vice-President . ROLAND DAHL Secretary KARL BEYER Treasurer ... . ROBERT HEWITT " ' f COMMITTEES Advisory KARL BEYER Chairman CARPENTER DEVEREAUX EARL COLE Caps and Gowns HOWARD HELFRICH Chairman PETER MARTELL RICHARD HENDRICKS FRANCIS LE PLACE Cane HOMER GREEN Chairman ARTHUR VAN ZANT LESTER WETMORE ALEXANDER LEVY Invitation VICTOR MIDDLETON Chairman HELEN MICKIEWIEZ ROBERT HEWITT ESTHER MEYER Social THEODORE LEWANOWCKI Chairman ROLAND DAHL MYLES DUELLMAN DAVID Liu BV 40 HOBART TIDAWELL Business Administration OFFICERS President ............ THOMAS WINTER I ' lce-President .......... MAYNARD BEUKEMA Secretary ............. DONALD HALL Treasurer HOBART TIDAWELL COMMITTEES Alumni Relations (Permanent Corresponding Secretaries) KENNETH STUART Chairman ERVIN LAR.OWE RUSSELL PRATT ROBERT REASON Caps and Gou-ns MILTON DRAKE Chairman LEMUEL LAING GEORGE PHILLIPS ALICE PLOUGH Invitations and Announcements EUGENE POWER Chairman ROBERT BEALL DWIGHT DANYEW JOHN KEI.I.EY Banquet HARVEY GOVE Chairman BRIAN BLAKELY MARK FELTON GERALD SMITH Finance FRANK CHANDLER Chairman HUBERT FAIRCHILD ROBERT FITCH ALEXANDER TOTII Picture DONALD DAVIS Chairman PETER BOSTICK RICHARD BRISTOL JOSEPH CASTNER EDWARD DUBPERNELL PAGE 41 SEMOR CLASS OFFICERS JOHN LANGEN HOWARD SCHNEIDKK I)A ' ID SCOTT Forestry and (Conservation OFFICERS President Fice-President Secretary . Treasurer . JOHN LANGEN HOWARD SCHNEIDER ... DAVID SCOTT RUSSELL BONNINGHAUSEN COMMITTEES Cane Ross STEVENS Chairman LEONARD PRICHARD Invitation THOMAS GILL Chairman WILLIAM SHETTER Class WILLIAM JACOBS- -Chairman MICHAEL DROHOMERESKY Social ROWLAND BURGIE Chairman DAVID SCOTT JOHN BLACK ABBETT . . . A.B. Duluth, Minnesota Beta Theta Pi; " M " Club; Varsity Hockey (2), (3), (4). RALPH G. ABBOTT . . . B.S. in M.F.. Flint, Michigan Alpha Kappa Lambda; A. S. M. E.; S. I. E. EDWARD GEORGE ABOUD . B.S. in E.E. Detroit, Michigan OLIVE M. ADAMS . . . A.B. in Ed. Midland, Michigan ROBERT K. ADAMS A.B. Flint, Michigan Beta Theta Pi; Druids; Michiganensian (1), (3); President of Comedy Club (4). HELEN ELISE ADLER . . . A.B. Cleveland, Ohio Alpha Epsilon Phi; Cercle Francais. JOHN HENRY ALBERS Holland, Michigan Phi Chi. M.D. KENNETH R. ALDRICH . B.S. in Aero. E. Fredonia, New York Glider Section, Aeronautical Society. JFm ELEANOR ABBOTT A.B. Brooklyn, New York Helen Newberry Residence; Art Club. MARY FRANCES ABELE . . A.B. Saginaiv, Michigan Choral Union (1), (2); Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; University Girls ' Glee Club (- ' ), (4). MARGARET ACKELS .... A.B. Peiidlrton, Indiana Alpha Chi Omega. PAUL LINCOLN ADAMS . . . A.B. Sauit Ste. Marie, Michigan ' Delta Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Daily, In- lander. URIAH MASON ADAMS Schoolcraft. Michigan M.D. CARL ARTHUR AHI.STROM . A.B. H ' orcfstcr, M SsackujfttJ Delta Sigma Phi; " M " Club; Varsity Golf (2), (4). ELLERTOX GORDON ALDRICH M.D. Marshal!. Michigan Theta Kappa Psi; Phi Lambda Upsilon. ROBERT H. ALDRICH Dunkirk, New York A.B. J k. kl 44 MBH1 SKMOKS M.D. THOMAS B. AI.DRICH, |K .H. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Kappa Psi. GABRIEL N. ALEXANDER .... A. 15. Detroit, Michigan Sigma Alpha Mu. PHILIP BERTRAM ALLEN . . H.S. in C.F.. Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta Rho; A. S. C. E.; Webb and Flange, Treasurer (4); J-Hop Com- LOWELL RICHARD ALSTRIN . . . A.B. River Forest, Illinois Phi Kappa Psi. RAPHAEL ALTMAN M.I). Detroit, Michigan Phi Lambda Kappa. ALFRED JOHN ANDERSON .... M.D. Detroit, Michigan ESTHER COOLEY ANDERSON . . . A.B. Salt Lake City, Utah Alpha Xi Delta. MIRIEL ANDERSON A.B. Hollywood, California Kappa Alpha Theta; Junior Girls ' Play; Freshman Pageant; Sophomore Circus. .. CLOVICE OBERA AI.KXAXDEK Flint, Michigan Martha Cook Building. . A.B. JAMES HARRILL ALLEN .... M.I). Chattanooga, Tennessee Theta Kappa Psi; Galcns, Secretary (4). PARKE KNOX ALLENSWORTH . Canton, Ohio . A.B. WILLIAM RIECK ALTHANS .... A.B. Highland Park, Michigan Lawyers ' Club; Phi Kappa Phi. MARGARET MAE AKMIII i . . . R.N. Couzens Hall (3), (4); Scalpel (3), (4); Outing Club; Student Council. DALE WALTER ANDERSON . B.S. in E.E. Battle Creek, Michigan Student Branch A. I. E. K. JOHN F.RWIN ANDERSON . . . I.I..B. Tecumseh, Michigan Lawyers ' Club. THEI.MA RANGHILD ANDERSON . . R.N. Escanaba, Michigan Couzens Hall. 45 SENIORS _ KATSUTOSHI ANDO . . . B.S. in M.E. Kyoto, Japan Nippon Club. HERBERT T. ANDRESS A.B. Jackson, Michigan Phi Mu Alpha. HARRISON BROWN ANDREWS B.S. in Aero. E. Braintree, Massachusetts Theta Kappa Nu. DUDLEY WILLIAM APRS Detroit, Michigan Theta Chi; Lawyers ' Club. I.L.B. VIRGINIA ARMS Detroit, Michigan Collegiate Sorosis. A.B. WILLIAM ARNEY .... Sturgis, Michigan A.B. JOSEPH EDWARD ARSULOWICZ . . A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Manager, Intramural Sports (4); Kappa Phi Sigma; Board of Directors, Athletic Association (4). ROBERT ARTHUR, JR A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Lambda Chi Alpha. HoHART DwAIX AXDREAE Yale, Michigan Chi Phi; Band (1). A.B. OKI. STUART ANDREWS .... A.B. Escanaba, Michigan Delta Sigma Pi; Business Administra- tion Vice- President (4). RVTH KATHERYN ANDRUS . . . R.N. Mt. Carmel, Illinois Couzens Hall; Dramatic Club (2). FERNANDO ALBERTO ARAGON B.S. in Civil E. Cartago, Costa Rica A. S. C. E. (1); A. A. E. (3); Phi Kappa Phi. ROBERT P. ARMSTRONG Detroit, Michigan A.B. RATHERINE SIONA ARNOLD Salt Lake City, Utah Delta Gamma. A.B. MARYLOU ARTHUR R.N. Dayton, Ohio Couzens Hall. ARLINGTON DARWIN ASH B.S. in Civil E. Detroit, Michigan SENIORS A.B. F.I.MER WALLACE ASKREN . M.li.A. Indianapoli , Indiana Business Administration Club. Jri.irs EDWARD ASTKACHAN . . M.D. Jamaica, New } ark JAMES MEADE ATKINSON Eaton, Indiana Phi Delta Theta. M.D. MoRTIMKR AlBREY B.S. in Arch. .Inn Arbor, Michigan Alpha Rho Chi; Cross Country. JOSEPH AVERBACH Cleveland, Ohio Junior Basketball. MARVIN SIDNEY AVERBOOK . Superior, Wisconsin Phi Beta Delta. A.B. M.D OSCAR ARTHUR AXELSON . . . M.D Youngstown, Ohio Alpha Sigma Phi; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Varsity Glee Club (3). FREDERICK PALMER BABCOCK B.S. in Aero. E. Upper Montclair, New Jersey Theta Xi. ELIZABETH Ri in ASSET .... A.B. Brooklyn, New York Martha Cook Building; Freshman Pag- eant; Junior Girls ' Play; Secretary of Black Quill (4); Vice-President of Cerclc Francais (3). SAMI EL FRANCIS ATKINS . . . A.B. Duluth, Minnesota Phi Kappa Psi; Michigamua; Sphinx; MicMtancnsian (2), (3), Business Mana- ger (4); Track (3). J. RICHARD . UBIN D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan Delta Si ma Delta. JAMES AVER .... B.S. in Arch. St. Louis, Missouri Alpha I ' psilon Mu; Junior Representa- tive Architectural Society; Varsity Band. Lonsi ArsriN .... A.B. in Ed. .Midland, Michigan F.LDISE JOSEPHINE AVERY . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Pi Beta Phi; Michiganensian (1), (2), (unior F.ditor (3); Daily (2); Gargoyle (4); Junior Representative League Pro- gram Committee; Chairman Freshman Pageant. CHARLES AXINN A.B. ftii York City, New York M. R(.ARI:T CARTER BABCOCK . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Betsy Barbour; Senior Society; Judici- ary Council (1). (4); Assistant Business Manager lunior Girls ' Play; Treasurer League Bazaar (3); Chairman Fresh- man Spread Invitations Committee (4). PAGE 47 CATHERINE E. BACKUS .B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Zeta; Sigma Alpha Iota (3). HAROLD PETTIT BAECKER . Chicago, Illinois A. S. M. E. . B.S. CHARLES H. BAKER A.B. Byron Center, Michigan ROBERT HENRY BAKER Alma, Michigan 1.1..B. JUAN N. BALISALISA .15. Burgos, Pang, Philippine Islands LAWRENCE IRVING BARBIER . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan HELEN URSULA BARC A.B. Highland Park, Michigan Martha Cook Building; Black Quill (4); Portia Literary Society (3), (4); Vice- President (4); Cosmopolitan Club (3); Michigan Daily (3), (4); Round Table Club (3). ELIZABETH J. BARRA . . . . A.B. Cleveland, Ohio Betsy Barbour House. GLENN Ri SSEL BACKUS . . . M.D. Mich igam me, Michiga n 1. re ILK VIRGINIA BAER . Dental Hygiene llillsdale, Michigan GEORGE MELZE BAKER . . . A.B. Saginaw, Michigan Phi Kappa Psi; Nu Sigma Nu. ARTHUR FLETCHER BALDWIN . . M.D. Geneva, New York Phi Phi Delta; Theta Kappa Psi. ARMOUR GAYLORD BARBER B.S. in Civil E. Iron Mountain, Michigan Phi Kappa; A. S. C. E.; Tau Beta Pi; Web and Flange. CLARENCE BARBOUR Lime Island, Michigan Men ' s Education Club. A.B. ROBERT CLYDE BARKER Denver, Colorado Kappa Sigma. LL.B. ROBERT HOOD BARTH . Lakewood, Ohio Sigma Chi. A.B. PAGE KKANCIS . BARTHOI.IC .B H ' yandiittc, Mi: h igan Theta Xi. ) AMES JAY BARTON . . B.S. in M.E. Butler, Pennsylvania ANITA HENRIETTA BAUCKUS . . A.B. Town Line, New York Zeta Tau Alpha; Choral Union (3), (4). MARY IONE BAUER . . A.B. in Ed. Chesaning, Michigan PHILLIP MAURICE BAUM Fort Wayne, Indiana Kappa Xu. B.S. FREDERICK GEORGE BAUSCHARD . A.B. Erie, Pennsylvania Trigon; Sphinx; Druids; Michiganen- sian (2), (3); Board of Control Student Publications (4); S. C. A. Cabinet (4); Varsity Glee Club (3), (4). HELEN JEAN BEAL . . . A.B. in Ed. Ypsilanti, Michigan Pi Lambda Theta. ROBERT THOMAS BEALL . . . M.B.A. Newcastle, Indiana ROBERT WILSON BARLETT . . . M.D. St. Louis, Missouri Phi Beta Pi; Chairman Freshman Medi- cal Smoker (1). LOUISE CAROLINE BASSETT . . R.N. Elkhart, Indiana Scalpel (4). HOMER Louis BAUER ... Charlotte, Michigan SiL ' ma Delta Kappa. . LL.B. WILLIAM CARL BAUER .... J.D. Hastings, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi; Lawyers ' Club; Mich- igan Law Review. ILI.IAM CARL BAUMGARTNER . D.D.S. .-Inn Arbor, Michigan JOHN HAMILTON BAXTER . . . A.B. East Grand Rapids, Michigan t Tennis. ROBERT H. BEAL A.B. Ypsilanti, Michigan M. F. LELAH BEARDSLEE . A.B. in Ed. Cedar Springs, Michigan PACE 49 SENIORS m DOROTHY BECK .... A.B. Battle Creek, Michigan Pi Beta Phi; VVyvern; Mumirers; Women ' s League Treasurer (3h fresh- man Pageant Committee; Women ' s League Life Membership Campaign Committee (1), (2); Sophomore Ciicus Committee. ARNOLD HOWARD BECKER A.B. Rochester, hew York Gargoyle (2), (3), (4), Exchange Kditor; Golf Squad (3), (4). DONALD EVERETT BELL Cleveland, Ohio . A.B. RUTH HELEN BELL . . . A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Pi Beta Phi. ELFRIEDE META BENDT . A.B. in Ed. Flint, Michigan SAM HENRY BENSKY . . B.S. in Aero. ! ' .. St. Louis, Missouri Advisory Comm. Glider Section Aero. Society. CLARENCE BERNARD BENSON . . A.B. Sioux Falls, South Dakota Phi Delta Theta; Druids (4); Scabbard and Blade (3); " M " Club; (3), (4), Cap ' t. (4); Cross Country Track (3), (4). ALFRED BERARDUCCI . B.S. in Civil E. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Phi Delta. RICHARD G. BECK . . B.A. in Arch. Adrian, Michigan Alpha Delta Phi. ESTHER LOUISE BELCHER A.B. in Ed. .Inn Arbor, Michigan Pi Lambda Theta; Kappa Phi. JAMES H. BELL D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan Siyma Alpha Epsilon; Delta Sigma Delta; Senior Dental Society; Advisory Committee (2), (3). LEONE E. BELLEVILLE . Manchester, Michigan Martha Cook Building. .A.B. ROBERT ALFRED BENKE . Detroit, Michigan B.S. BORD MINIER BENSON . . . LL.B. Huron, South Dakota Beta Theta Pi; Lawyers ' Club. DAVIS A. BENSON .... Detroit, Michigan M.D. JANE ELIZABETH BERG Cleveland, Ohio Gargoyle. A.B. PAGE 50 mm mm SEMORS HHHBB MILTON EDWARD BERGMAN B.S. in Ed. Clarence, Kew York Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Kpsilon Kappa; Football Squad (3), (4); Basketball (1); Scalp and Blade. l,i I.ENE BERGSMAN .... Port Huron, Michigan A.B. BENJAMIN RAY BERKOWITZ . Brooklyn, New York I.L.B. THEODORE GEORGE BERNTHA ' , . . M.D. Standish, Michigan Theta Kappa Psi; Phi Sigma; Junior Research Club; Class Secretary (3). MARJORIE ROWELLAN BETTLER . A.B. Akron, Ohio Helen Newberry Residence; Alpha Lambda Delta; Eta Sigma Phi; Phi Be ta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Michi- ganensian. MAYNARD EARL BEUKEMA . . M.B.A. Grand Rapids, Michigan Alpha Kappa Psi; Business Adminis- tration Club; Vice-President Senior Business Administration Class. KARL WILLIAM BEYER .... B.S. Munruf. Michigan Phi Delta Chi; Rho Chi; Prescott Club; Class President (3), Class Secretary (4). VIOLET ETHEL BIDGWAY .... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Gamma Delta; Glee Club (3), (4); Mummers (3), (4); Senior Girls ' Play (3). CHARLOTTE BERGSMAN . . A.B. in Ed. Port Huron, Michigan DINA SELMA BERKOVITZ .... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Martha Cook Building; Hockey (3); Basketball (3), (4); V. A. A. ( ), (4); Pegasus (4). WILLIAM VICTOR BERKOWITC A.B. Youngstown, Ohio Boxing (1), (2), (3); Hillel Foundation. RICHARD RANDOLPH BERRY . . A.B. St. Paris, Ohio Acacia; Kappa Phi Sigma; Craftsman. CLELIA BETTONI .... Negaunee, Michigan R.N. DANIEL ELLIS BEVIS . Bethel, Ohio LL.B. MARIAN AMELIA BEYER Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B. FRANCES ELEANOR BIELBY . . . B.S. Lauirenceburg, Indiana Pi Beta Phi; Sophomore Circus; Junior Girls ' Play Committee; Hockey; (2), (3), (4); Basketball (2), (3); Physical Education Club (4); W. A. A. Hockey Sport Manager (4); Orchesis (4). PAGE 51 HIV m GUIDO STEPHEN BINDA B.S. in Arch. nn Arbor, Michigan Architectural Society; The Arts. DOROTHY DEANE BINKLEY . . R.N. Bourbon, Indiana Couzens Hall; Choral Club (4); Dra- matic Club (3). ROBERT H. BIRD D.D.S. Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta. ARTHUR BIRNKRANT Detroit, Michigan Lawyers ' Club. LI..B. HENRY REAUME BISHOP Detroit, Michigan Phi Gamma Delta. A.B. STANLEY T. BISSELL A.B. Rochester, New York EVELYN L. BLAIR A.B. Jackson, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha; Eta Sigma Phi. JACK BLAKELY LL.B. Rockford, Michigan Sigma Delta Kappa. GRACE EVADXA BINGHAM . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Delta Pi; Aero. Society (1). I ' .DIIII GEXEVIEVE BIRD . . . B.S. Plymouth, Michigan Women ' s Educational Club (4). KENNETH O. BIRNEY Oak Park, Illinois Chi Phi. . A.B. CHARLES VV. BISHOP Detroit, Michigar, Delta Chi; Druids. RI ' TH BISHOP A.B. Lansing, Michigan Chi Omega; Michiganensian (2), (3); Choral Union (2); Sophomore Circus. HERBERT BIXBY . . . B.S. in E.E. Detroit, Michigan Acacia. THOMAS HARMON BLAIR .... M.D. .Jnn Arbor, Michigan Theta Kappa Psi. ERNEST WILLIAM BLANCHARD . Brown City, Michigan . M.D. PAGE 52 - JOHN WILD BLAXCHARD . . I, I, .15. Bloom field Hills, Michigan Phi Gamma Delta; Lawyers ' Club. BLANCHE GREGORY BLASHILL A.B. in L.S. A n n Arbnr, Michigan Michigan Dames. MARGARET EDITH BLASHILL . .Inn Arbor, Michigan A.B. FREDERICK FRANCIS BLOCKER Detroit, Michigan Omega Psi Phi. DAVID DAVIS BI.UMEXSTEIN . Apollo, Pennsylvania Pi Lambda Phi; Story Club. S. STEPHEN BOIIN .... Miles ( ' ity, Montainl DAVID S. BONEM Tucumcari, f.i- Mexico Zeta Beta Tan. A.B. A.B. LUTHER BOES A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Sigma Nu. A.B. A.B. Low K.I. I. Kl.MKK Bl.ANCHARD . . M.D. Detroit, Michigan Phi Chi. IAMES BERNARD BI.ASIIILI. . . M.D. .Inn Arbftr, Michigan ' I ' hcta Kappa Psi. ROY Bi RTON BLASS . . B.S. in Arch. Bu alo, New York Scalp and Blade; Architectural Society Council; Michigan Technic (2); Arc- liuht; Band (1); Art Club. DOROTHY WILMA BLOOM . . . A.B. Highland Park, Michigan Alpha Epsilon Phi; Wyvern (3); Mor- tarboard; Freshman Pageant (1); Hock- ey; Basketball (1), (2); Publicity Chair- man Sophomore Circus; Program Chair- man Junior Girls ' Play; Pan-Hellenic Ball Committee. I-.DWIN HENRY BOERTH .... M.D. Detroit, Michigan Theta Kappa Psi; Alpha Omega Alpha. A.B. I- ' AYGA SHIRLEY BOFSKY . . Detroit, Michigan I ' REDA Boi.orix A.B. Youngitown, Ohio Phi Sigma Sigma; Daily (2); Junior Banquet Committee. P.u-i. CHRISTIAN BONNETTE . . D.D.S. Kingfisher, Oklahoma Xi Psi Phi; Junior Treasurer. M SENIORS RUSSELL ALLAN BONNINGHAUSEN . B.S. Ypsilanti, Michigan Forestry Club. RAYMOND HENRY -BORDEAU D.D.S. Marquette, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta. ANTHONY JOSEPH BOROWSKI A.B. Mt. Clemens, Michigan PETER EDWARD BOSTICK . . M.B.A. Birmingham, Alabama Alpha Kappa Psi. CHARLES CALVIN BOSWELL . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Acacia; Kappa Phi Sigma (3), (4); Craftsman ' s Club; Oratorical Board (4); S. C. A. Cabinet (4). JOHN TITUS BOXWELL . Prospect, Ohio Alpha Kappa Kappa. M.D. HORACE M. BOYDEN Portland, Oregon Nu Sigma Nu. DONALD WILFRED BOYLAN Richmond, Indiana Hermitage; Phi Eta Sigma. M.D. A.B. BERTI-S LLOYD BOONE . A.B. in Ed. Zetland, Michigan Men ' s Educational Club. FRANCES HENDERSON BORON A.B. in Ed. St. Johns, Michigan Martha Cook Building; Choral Union. BEATRICE MAE BOSLEY Akron, Michigan R.N. I FRED JOHN BOSTROM . . . A.B. Norway, Michigan Kappa Delta Rho; Glee Club (4); Union Opera (4). ALAN JAMES BOVARD . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Kappa Sigma; Football (2), (3), (4). FLORENCE BOYCHEFF Toledo, Ohio Sigma Alpha Iota. B.M. Jf ftrl I ROBERT MERDIAN BOYER . A.B. Peru, Illinois Delta Tau Delta. WILSON J. BRAAMSF. . . D.D.S. Coopersvi le, Michigan Psi Omega. SKMOIM . . A.B. D.D.S. SPKXCER BRADEN M.I). Lake Odessa, Michigan Alpha Kappa Kappa; Medical Honor Council. CATHERINE BRADLEY .P . Hartford, Connecticut Kappa Alpha Thcta; Thcta Sr. ' ir.a Phi. PARK SOUTHVVORTH BRADSHAW . M.D. Royal Oak, Michigan Sigma Nu; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Delta Sigma Rho. MARGARET LUCILLE BRADY . . A. P. Detroit, Michigan Theta Phi Alpha; Freshman Spread Committee; Junior Girls ' Plav Com- mittee; Sophomore Circus; Secretary Mummers (3), Treasurer (4); Mummers L. A. BRANDT . . A. P. Norway, Michigan Beta Psi Sigma; Treasurer Junior Busi- ness Administration Class. HOWARD A. BREDT . . B.S. in Aero. F. Cleveland, Ohio IVAN CHARLES BRIEN . . A.B. i:i Bark River, Michigan Men ' s Educational Club. FLORENCE L. BRITTAIN .B. Saugatuck, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega; Michi " anensian; Junior Girls ' Plav; Sophomore Circii . DAVID HENRY BRADFORD Abbeville, South Carolina Omega Psi Phi. A.B. GEORGE SEYMOUR BRADLEY . . A.B. Toledo, Ohio Phi Kappa Tau; Daily (1), (2), (3), Circulation Manager (3); Board in Control of Student Publications (4); Kappa Phi Sigma; J-Hop Commit- tee (3). ROBERT WILLIAM BRADTMILLER fort [f ' ayne, Indiana Delta Chi. A.B. GORDON GEORGE BRAENDLE . D.D.S. Grand Rapids, Michigan Psi Omega; Varsity Band (3). WED DREW BRANDT A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan JOHN WILLIS BRIDGVVATER . Stow, Ohio Lambda Chi Alpha. A.B. RICHARD E. BRISTOL . A.B.; M.B.A. Highland Park, Michigan Business Administration Club; Gar- goyle; Glee Club; Michigan Opera (3). ELAINE BROCKBANK . . A.B. in Ed. Salt Lake City, Utah 55 SEMOKS II MARJORIE LOUISA BRODY . A.B. in L.S. Lansing, Michigan ELEANOR MAY BROKAW . . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan MADELINE MYRTLE BROOKS B.M. in Ed Flint, Michigan Mu Phi Epsilon; Choral Union (2)-(4). EDWIN DUANE BROWN Pinckney, Michigan LL.B. HENRY AUSTIN BROWN .... A.B. Chillicothe, Ohio Chi Psi; Michiganensian (2), (3). JOHN WALLACE BROWN . B.S. in Arch. Detroit, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi. MARY LOUISE BROWN . . . A.B. Stockbridge, Michigan Senior Society; Delta Sigma Rho. NORMAN D. BROWN A.B. Ypsilanti, Michigan Mimes. VIOLA ARABELLA BRODY . . . B.M. Lansing, Michigan RVTH El.EANORE BROOKE . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Kappa Kappa Gamma; Michiganen- sian (3); Junior Girls ' Play. Avis MARIETTA BROWN .... A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Sigma Eta Chi; Women ' s League Board of Representatives (4); La Sociedad Hispanica (2), (3), (4). HOWARD GILCHREST BROWN . . LL.B. Milwaukee, Wisconsin Swimming (3), (4). JESSIE MARGARET BROWN . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Pi Beta Phi. M. YERTNER BROWN B.S. Lansing, Michigan Glee Club (2); Union Opera (1). MATRICE STEPHEN BROWN . . . A.B. Dallas, Texas Phi Beta Kappa (3); Phi Kappa Phi. ROBERT HAMILTON BROWN . . LL.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Alpha Delta. PAGE 56 B.M. s i: io its BHHR . . .VB, 1 , A.B. . . ill I Dl ' RWlX llol I. I ' .ROtt NELL . . . M.D. (llad ' lunf, Michigan Phi Beta Kappa; Plii Kappa Phi; Alpha Nu. HASIINCS ALTON BRVBAKER . . A.B. Saull Stf. Marie, Michigan Phi Beta Kappa (3); Phi Kta Sigma (1). FRANK J. BR UNNER .... D.D.S. Bay City, Michigan Psi Oim-L ' a; Senior Dental Societies. F.I.I AUETII GENE BRUSIE . . A.B. Manistiq-ue, Michigan Kappa Alpha Theta; Mu Phi Epsilon; Sophomore Circus; junior Girls ' Play. ALKXIS PAI-L BUKOVSKY . B.S. in Civil F.. Ann Arbor, Michigan A. S. C. K. (3), (4). . . B.S. ALBERT LOWELL BUNTING . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan . A.B. LIB. MARTIN SEVERN BURG . . . A.B. Scottville, Michigan Beta Sigma Psi. JOHN MELVILLE BURGESS . . . A.B Grand Rapids, Michigan Oincta Psi Phi. JOHN BROXOVICH . . B.S. in I ' .d. Dearborn, Michigan JACOB J. BRUGGEMA .... M.D. Grand Rapids, Michigan Phi Alpha Kappa. HENRY A. BRUNSTING .... M.D. Grand Rapids, Michigan Phi Chi. DANIEL HAND BUELL, II .. . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Theta Delta Chi; Mimes; Alpha Epsi- lon Mu; Michigan Opera (2), (3). EVELYN HERRICK BUMGARNER A.B. in L. S. Saginaw, Michigan Helen Nc wherry Residence. WILLIAM WALTER BURD . . . D.D.S. Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi; Psi Omega; Senior Dental Society; Varsity Band (1), (2). CARL F. BURGER l.L.li. Detroit, Michigan Delta Theta Phi; Barristers; Daily (I), (2), (3). ROWLAND GEORGE BURGIE . B.S. in F. Toledo, Ohio Lcs Voyageurs, Chief of Les Voya- geurs; Forestry Club, Vice-President of Forestry Club. PAGE 57 SENIORS JOSEPH HENRY BURKHARD, JR. . LL.B. S(. Joseph, Michigan HERBERT MORGAN BURNS . Duluth, Minnesota Delta Theta Phi. A.B. FLOYD LAVERNE BURRIS . . . M.D. Huntington, Indiana Tau Kappa Epsilon; Phi Beta Pi. DOROTHY BURTON R.N. Forest Hills, New York HELEN PEARL BUSH . . A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Gamma Phi Beta; Pi Lambda Theta, President of Pi Lambda Theta; Junior Girls ' Play. MARGARET SALSBURY BUSH . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma; Mortarboard; Wyvern; General Chairman Freshman Pageant; President Women ' s League; Chairman Junior Girls ' Play Committee. LESLIE BROWN BUTLER . . . LL.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Phi Sigma Kappa; Phi Alpha Delta; Barristers. RUSSELL EDWIN BUTLER . . D.D.S. Dunmore, Pennsylvania Delta Sigma Delta; Senior Dental Society. TYBEL SONIA BURMAN .... A.B. Orlando, Florida Phi Sigma Sigma; Mu Phi Epsilon; Portia. IRVING WHITING BURR .... A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan KATHRYN L. BURT . . A.B. in Ed. Ashland, Kentucky Alpha Gamma Delta; Mummers. CORNELIA BURWELL B.S. Niagara Falls, New York . Alpha Delta Pi (3), (4); Secretary of Aeronautical Society (4); Junior Girls ' Plav. LELA D. BUSH .... A.B. in Ed. Swartz Creek, Michigan Board of Representatives (3), (4); Choral Union (4); Kappa Phi. KATHRYN ELLEN BUTLER . . . A.B. Bloomfield Hills, Michigan Delta Delta Delta; Michiganensian (2); Junior Girls ' Play; Aeronautical So- ciety. ROY EDWIN BUTLER ... Battle Creek, Michigan Theta Kappa Psi. M.D. WALTER DAVENPORT BUZZARD . M.D. Fenton, Michigan Theta Kappa Psi. PAGE 58 M.D. M.D. IRENE BYCHINSKY .... Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B. FREDERICK CAMERON BYRAM B.S. in E.E. Detroit, .Michigan A. I. E. E. JOHN CLYMER CALDWELL A.B. in Ed. Battle Creek, Michigan Men ' s Educational Club (2). JOHN Fuco CAMERON .... A.B. Dearborn, Michigan ELIZABETH HELEN CAMPBELL . . A.B. Newberry, Michigan Delta Delta Delta; University Glee Club (2), (3), (4); Choral Union (2), (3); Junior Girls ' Play. GRACE MARION CANNON Ann Arbor, Michigan B.S. CHARLOTTE VIRGINIA CANTRALL . A.B. Forest City, Iowa Beta Kappa Rho; Freshman Pageant. LEONA MARTHA CARBECK . . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan WILFRED A. BYCHINSKY . B.S. in E.E. Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Eta Sigma. JOHN NORVAL CADARET . . . A.B. Ypsilanti, Michigan JOHN DODD CAMERON .... M.D. Defiance, Ohio Nu Sigma Nu. KENNETH CAMERON .... D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan Xi Psi Phi; Senior Dental Society. HOLLY EDWARD CAMPBELL Laurium, Michigan Track (2), (4). A.B. MEYER CANTOR M.D. Detroit, Michigan HAIRKAZ M. CARAPETIAN . . A.B. New York City, New York R. O. T. C. Band (4); University Sym- phony Orchestra (2); Cosmopolitan Club ' (4). DOROTHY MAY CAREW .... A.B. Ada, Michigan PAGE 59 SEMORH RUTH ANN CARL . . Dental Hygienist Gibsonburg, Ohio Freshman Glee Club. F. LESLIE CARLSON . B.S. in E.E. Norway, Michigan Triangle; Varsity Band (2), (3), (4). EVERETT FRANK CARMAN B.S. in Ch. E. Chicago, Illinois Scabbard and Blade (2); Gymnastic Team (3). BASIL LORAINE CARR B.S. in Aero. E. Ann Arbor, Michigan TERESSA CARROW Detroit, Michigan Collegiate Sorosis. LUCY M. CARVER Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B. A.B. MERRILL CASE Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B. ABBIE EVELYN CASEY . . . D.D.S. Chicago, Illinois MARY NAIRN CARI.ANU . . A.B. in Ed. Bay City, Michigan Martha Cook Building. PEARL LUEI.I.A CARLSON . . . A.B. Saybrook, Pennsylvania RUTH CARNEY A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan THEODORE JOHNSTON CASE . . . M.I). Ann Arbor, Michigan Choral Union (3), (4); Les Voyageurs. HERMAN BERNARD CASS Detroit, Michigan HARRY LIONEL CARR .... D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan Psi Omega; Senior Dental Society; Class Vice-President (2). CLARENCE WILBERT CARTER . D.D.S. Port Huron, Michigan Gin Xi Psi Phi; Varsity Band (3). BEECHER B. CARY . . A.B. in Aero. E. La-peer, Michigan Hermitage; Michigan Technic; .Aero- nautical Society; Glider Club; A. S.M.I ' ' .. - wwmm mm PAGE 60 MAX CASSELMAN Detroit, Michigan A.B. JOSEPH EUGENE CASTXER Bellevue, Ohio M.B.A. CLARENCE Mu. TON CATO . . Fredonia, New York Alpha Chi Rho; Forestry Club (1); Glee Club (2). JAMES KENNETH CAVANAUGH . A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Theta Delta Chi; Michiganensian (1), (2), (3), Accounts Manager (2). GRETA LOUISE CHAMPNEY . .Inn Arbor, Michigan . A.B. ALBERT Yu-WEi CHANG Shanghai, China Alpha Kappa Delta. M.B.A. WILBUR ARNOLD CHAPMAN . . M.B.A. Atkinson, Nebraska Class Secretary (4); Craftsmen (3), (4). ISABELI.E CHARLES A.B. Highland Park, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega. El 1 1 1 1 ft 1 j ffii 1 1 U i ln.DKKi) I, AURA CASSIBY . B.S. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan eta Tan Alpha; Pi Lambda Theta; Baseball (3), (4); Basketball (3), (4); Hockey (3), (4); W.A.A. Board (4); Orchesis. HOLLAND EUGENE CATCHPOLE . A. 15. Toledo, Ohio Alpha Epsilon Mu; Glee Club (2), (3), (4); Opera (2). FRANCIS BENNETT CATTEY Crestline, Ohio A.B. ANTHONY FRANK CENTANNI . D.D.S. Newark, New Jersey Alpha Phi Delta; Senior Dental So- ciety; Baseball (2), (3). FRANK LONGFELLOW CHANDLER M.B.A. Kansas City, Missouri Phi Gamma Delta; Alpha Kappa Psi; Business Administration Club (4), (5); Chairman Finance Committee (5). ROBERT CHARLES CHAPMAN Marion, Indiana A.B. Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Kta Sigma; Sphinx; Michigamua; Basketball (2). (3), Captain (4). RICHARD NIXON CHAPPLE Billings, Montana Zcta Psi; Nu Sigma Nu. M.D. HAROLD WILLIAM CHARTER . LL.B. Cadillac, Michigan Kappa Phi Sigma; Delta Theta Phi; Delta Sigma Rho. SEMORK KATHERINE CHASE B.S. Jackson, Michigan Gamma Phi Beta; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Kappa. WILLARD F. CHASE B.S. E. Worcester, New York EWE H. CHEONG . . . B.S. in E.E. Soerakarta, Java Cosmopolitan Club. GABRU MIAH CHOWDBURY B.S. in Civil E. E. Bengal, India Cosmopolitan Club; Hindustan. HUGH CLANEY A.B. Chicago, Illinois Zeta Psi; Mimes. NELSON H. CLARK M.D. . Holland, Michigan HELENE VIRGINIA CLARKE . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta; Choral Union (2), (3); Sophomore Circus (2). ELIZABETH REBECCA CLAUCHERTY B.S. in Ed. Owosso, Michigan MARY WARD CHASE A.B. Toledo, Ohio Pi Beta Phi; Cercle Francais; Michigan Daily (2), (3), (4); Junior Girls ' Play. SEYMOUR JEROME CHENEY B.S. in E. Chicago, Illinois A.S.M.E., Vice-President A.S.M.E. (3), President A.S.M.E. (4); Men ' s Engi- neering Council (4); Student Associa- tion in Mechanical Engineering (4). LAURA BEALL CHIPMAN . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta; Treasurer of Freshman Pageant; Treasurer of Sophomore Circus. MARIE EVELYN CIMINI .... A.B. Brooklyn, New York Sigma Eta Chi; Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi; Kappa Phi. CHARLES JUNIOR CLARK . Ann Arbor, Michigan Kappa Delta Rho; Phi Chi. M.D. RICHARD BICKFORD CLARK B.S. in Aero. E. Mohawk, New York KENNETH PAGE CLARKE . . D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan Sigma Nu; Delta Sigma Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; President Senior Dental Society. ROBERT ASHTON CLAYTON . . A.B. Ilion, New York Theta Xi; Engineering Honor Council (1), (2); Michigancnsian (1); University Symphony (1); Varsity Band (1), (2). PAGE 62 , A.B. maaaatt D.D.S. HELEN M. CLEMENS . . . Port Clinton, Ohio A.B. ROBERT JAMES CLENDENIN . . J.D. Monmouth, Illinois Alpha Sigma Phi; Barristers (3); Law Review (2); Board of Governors Law- yers ' Club (2), (3); Case Club Finale (2). LorisE CODY B.S. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Collegiate Sorosis; Physical Education Club; Pi Lambda Theta (3), (4); Wyvern; Freshman Pageant; Sopho- more Circus; Hockey (1), (2); Basket- ball (1), (2), (4); W. A. A.; Executive Board (2), (4); Junior Representative Board of Directors; General Chairman Junior Girls ' Play (3). JOHN GEORGE COGGAN .Inn Arbor, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta. D.D.S. ANITA JOYCE COHEN A.B. Newark, New Jersey House Committee of Women ' s League (3); Michigan Daily (2); Michiganen- sian (2); W.A.A. (2); Track (1); Hockey (1); Board of Representatives of Wom- en ' s League (3); Orchesis (2), (3), (4); Freshman Pageant; Sophomore Circus; Hillel Senior Council; Cosmopolitan Club (1). IRVING COHEN A.B. Bayonne, New Jersey Phi Delta Epsilon; Bayonne Club of Michigan. NICHOLAS Louis COLANGELO . D.D.S. .Inn Arbor, Michigan RICHARD STERLING COLE . . A.B. Wauseon, Ohio Lambda Chi Alpha; Sophomore Prom Committee; Senior Ball Committee (4); Gargoyle (1), (2), (3); S.C.A. Cabinet; Comedy Club (3), (4); Student Council. FLORENCE NANCY CLEMENT . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Delta Delta; -Delta Sigma Rho; Freshman Frolic; Sophomore Circus; Secretary Freshman Law Class (4); Athena President (4); Varsity Debate (3), (4). RUTH JANET COCHRAN Detroit, Michigan Chi Omega. A.B. GEORGE PILLSBURY COFRAN . LL.B. Suncook, New Hampshire MARTHA RUTH COGSHALL . . . A.B. South Haven, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha; La Sociedad Hispanica (2); Glee Club (3), (4); Junior Girls ' Play. BENJAMIN W. COHEN . Detroit, Michigan Eta Sigma Phi. A.B. MILTON GORDON COHN . . . A.B. Chicago, Illinois Tau Delta Phi; University of Michigan Press Club. CHARLOTTE REBECCA COLE B.S. in Arch. Dearborn, Michigan Kappa Delta; Alpha Alpha Gamma. HARRY H. COLL B.S. in M.E. Highland Park, Michigan Phi Kappa Tau; Vulcans (3), (4); A.S. M.E.; Sophomore Prom; Honor Com- mittee (1). PACE 63 VHSTA SENIORS HELEN IRENE COLLINS Muskegon, Michigan Martha Cook Building. A.B. FRANCES ELEANOR COLWELL A.B. in Ed. Ionia, Michigan HAROLD CONN M.D. Detroit, Michigan JAMES WILLIAM COOKSON . . . A.B. Jackson , Michigan Phi Mu Alpha. HARRY ROBERT COON . . . D.D.S. East Detroit, Michigan Xi Psi Phi. JAMES B. COOPER A.B. Detroit, Michigan Sigma Zeta; Daily (1), (2). FRANCES ANNA COPE .... B.S. Detroit, Michigan Sigma Kappa; Glee Club; Choral Union (3), (4). KENNETH WILSON CORDER . . LL.B. Saline, Kansas Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Alpha Delta; Delta Sigma Rho; A. B. University of Kansas. STELLA EVA CONNELL .B. flint, Michigan HOWARD DAGER EDINGER COOI.EV B.S. in M.E. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Quarter Deck. CHARLES ARTHUR COOPER . . . M.B. Two Harbors, Minnesota OPAL MARGUERITE COOTE . . B.M. Ann Arbor, Michigan Sigma Alpha Iota. MARGARET K. COPEI.AND . . . B.M. Saginaw, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta; Glee Club; Choral Union. HORACE GEORGE CORELL . . . A.B. Lansing, Michigan Sigma Pi. RICHARD EDWARD COLLINS B.S. in Aero. E. I I Detroit, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi. JOHN KENNETH COLWELL . . LL.B. Ithaca, Michigan Siu ' ina Delta kappa; Barristers. PACE 64 Ki. I A HI in HAYS CORN .... A.B. f.c York City, .YciP York Alpha Epailon Phi; Junior Girls ' Play. CHARLES KENDALL CORRELL . . A.B. ( ' union, Ohio Alpha Tau Omega; Michigan Daily (1), (2); Varsity Cheer Leader (2), (3) ' . I. IMS G. CoSSITT A.B. Conneaut, Ohio Alpha Omicron Pi; Sophomore Circus; Junior Girls ' Play. MADI LINK LOUISE COTE . . . A.B. Holland, Michigan Helen Newbcrry Residence; Le Cercle I ' Yancais. II.I.IAM DEAN COVENTRY . . M.D. Duluth, Minnesota Delta I ' psilon; Nu Sigma Nu; Galens; Alpha Omega Alpha; Victor Vaughn Society. FREDERICK STANLEY COWEN U.S. in Aero. E. Royal Oak, Michigan Delta Tau Delta; Aeronautical So- ciety (4), (5). ARTHUR COFFORD .... D.D.S. Ypsilanli, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta. WALTER BERNARD CREGO . . . A.B. Saginaw, Michigan Theta Chi; Sigma Delta Psi; Chairman Athletic Committee (3). MARGUERITE CORNELL . . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Zeta; Athena. Lois MARGUERITE COSSAR . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Kappa Delta; Junior Girls ' Play. JOHN A. COSTELLO .... D.D.S. Mt. Morris, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta. HENRY OSCAR COUCKE .... A.B. Dftroit, Michigan Phi Beta Pi. SYDNEY MAC-DONALD COWAN . . A.B. I.aurium, Michigan DOROTHY VIRGINIA Cox . . . A.B. Crafton, Pennsylvania Iota Sigma Pi (3), Secretary (4); Michi- ganensian (2); Class Secretary (3); Portia (1), (3), (4); Pegasus (1), (2), (3), (4); Freshman Pageant; Sopho- more Circus; Junior Girls ' Play Cast. WILLIAM GRAVES CRAWFORD A.B. in Arch. Grffnrillf, Kentucky Phi Sigma Kappa. JOHN COI.EHOUR CRISSEY A.B. in Arch. Chester, Illinois Alpha Rho Chi; Architectural Society; Finance Chairman (4). mmm mm PAGE 65 m SENIORS CARROLL PRESTON CROSBY Ann Arbor, Michigan B.S. LILA MAXINE CRULL .... A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Kappa Phi (2), (3), (4); Women ' s Edu- cational Club (4). LAWRENCE E. CURFMAN, JR. . . A.B. Pittsburg, Kansas FREDERICK BLOUNT CURTENIUS B.S. in M.E. Kalamazoo, Michigan Psi Upsilon; Secretary Freshman Engi- neers. QUIN FISCHER CURTIS Saginaw, Michigan A.B. RAY D. CUSTER B.S. Johnstown, Pennsylvania RALPH CLAYTON CUTHBERTSON Flint, Michigan Alpha Kappa Psi. A.B. E. MALCOLM CUTLER . . A.B. in Ed. Wayne, Michigan CHARLES CARPENTER CROWTHER . A.B. Gary, Indiana LELA CRUMP A.B. in L.S. New York City, New York Alpha Omicron Pi; Michiganensian Business Staff (3), (4); Sophomore Circus (2); Junior Girls ' Play (3); Pan-Hellenic Ball Committee (3). DEAN N. CURRIE A.B. Detroit, Michigan Phi Kappa Tau; Junior Social Com- mittee; Kappa Phi Sigma. HARRIET ELIZABETH CURTIS Jackson, Michigan A.B. ROBERT REES CURTIS . . . A.B. Escanaba, Michigan Sigma Chi; Michigan Daily (2); Michi- gan Union Opera (3); Inter-Fraternity Council (3). DOROTHY MARGARET CUTHBERT Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B. C. M. CUTLER A.B. Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan Phi Kappa Phi. CHARLES POND DAGWELL . B.S. in Ed. Indian River, Michigan Phi Epsilon Kappa; Physical Education Club. PACK 66 (JwlVi ' i; Micfc . . . AB. itJijn inior Sociil Con- igm. urns . A.8. IflijiH A.B, iriijn Duly (2); Mi ; Inter-Fritemitp LOREN MACNEIL DAHL . B.S. in Aero. K. Royal Oak, Michigan Sigma Phi Epsilon. NORMAN J. DAHN .... D.D.S. Imlay City, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta. JAMES FIELDING DALE . . . A.B. Highland Park, Michigan Kappa Sigma. ALYCE WILHELMINA DALLY . . R.N. National Mine, Michigan RAYMOND CALVIN DALY . B.S. in C.E. Verona, New Jersey Phi Sigma Kappa; A.S.C.E.; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Web and Flange; Engineering Council (4); President A.S.C.E.; Secretary Tau Beta Pi. ,_ ,-mreit AB. | DWIGHT POWERS DANYEW . . M.B.A. Albany, New York Business Administration Club. GRACE LOUISE ALICE DARLING . A.B. Moline, Illinois Martha Cook Dormitory; Athena Vice- President (4); Mummers Vice-President (3); Choral Union; Sophomore Circus. BERNICE JANET DAVIS . . . A.B. Fairgrove, Michigan Alumnae House. ROLAND JOHN DAHL . . . B.S. in Ph. Ferndale, Michigan Sigma Pi; Senior Class Vice-President. MAXWELL JOEL DAKEN .... A.B. Benton Harbor, Michigan BASILIO ANTHONY D ' ALLEVA . B.S. in E. Detroit, Michigan Phi Eta Sigma. ELWOOD WALTER DALTON . . . A.B. South Bend, Indiana Psi Upsilon; Glider Section of Aeronau- tical Society; Caps and Gowns Com- mittee. HELEN SCOTT DANCER Duluth, Minnesota Delta Gamma. A.B. ARTHUR KINNARD DARBAKER B.S. in C.E. Vandergrift, Pennsylvania Phi Mu Delta Fraternity. ELIZABETH W. DAVIDSON . A.B. in L.S. Houston, Texas I CLAYTON L. DAVIS . B.S. in Civil E. Ann Arbor, Michigan ran 67 DON ROBERT DAVIS . . . M.B.A. Norwalk, Ohio Theta Xi. LEDRU E. DAVIS A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Pi Kappa Alpha; Michigan Daily (3), (4); Alpha Nu (2). WALLACE H. DAVIS Kalamazoo, Michigan Theta Chi. WILLIAM RUFUS DAY Cleveland, Ohio Delta Chi; Barristers. A.B. LL.B. OLGA VIOLA DEHMEL Unionville, Michigan R.X. ESTELLE VICTORIA DE JOURNO . A. B. Allentown, Pennsylvania Gamma Phi Beta. PAUL MASON DE LA VERGNE . A.B. Salt Point, New York Theta Chi; Michigan Daily (1); Uni- versity Symphony Orchestra (1); Var- sity Glee Club (2), (3); Assistant Mana- ager Baseball (3). LEONARD ARNOLD DELP Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Epsilon Mu. M.S. TONE ELIZABETH DAVIS . . . BM. Miihazvaka, Indiana Sigma Alpha Iota; Choral Union (3), (4). LIONEL LLOYD DAVIS . . . M.D. Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Chi. WAYNE EDWARD DAVIS . A.B. in Kd. Jackson, Michigan Delta Alpha Epsilon. DOUGLAS DE CRAUSAZ . . . D.D.S. Flint, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta. WILLIAM DE HOLLANDER . . .M.D. Grand Rapids, Michigan JULIE LEONTINE DE JOURNO . . A.B. Allentown, Pennsylvania Gamma Phi Beta. ELEANOR LOUISE DELO Elmira, New York Kappa Delta. A.B. CHARLES BERNARD DESELM Kankakee, Illinois Theta Chi. A.B. PAGE 68 JOHANNA Rnn DKSEXBERG . 15. S. in Ed. Buchanan, Mii-higan Alpha Kpsilon Phi. . DEVOL . . . A.B. Battle Creek. Michigan Pi Beta Phi; La Sociedad Hispanica; Chairman Board of Representatives and House Organization; Masques (1), (2); Assistant Chairman of Junior Girls ' Play Make-up Committee. SAMIKL LATTA DIACK Ann Arbor, Michigan Nu Sigma Nu; Phi Sigma. M.D. BERNARD DICKSTEIN .... A.B. flint, Michigan Phi Lambda Kappa; Symphony Or- chestra; Opera Orchestra. ARMANDO Di GIULIO . B.S. in Ch.E. Detroit, Michigan . GEORGE SCAMMELL DIXON Detroit, Michigan LL.B. ROBERT LIVINGSTON DIXON, JR. M.B.A. Wahjamega, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon; Secretary Business Administration Society (3); Vice-Presi- dent Junior Business Administration; Michigan Opera (3). LEONE FISHER DOCKERAY . A.B. in Ed. Rockford, Michigan Kappa Phi (1); Portia (1); Michigan Dames (1). ARTHUR FLAVIAN |)E VAUX Sagittate, Michigan VI ' ,. GERALD McDowELL DE WOODY . M.I). Grove City, Pennsylvania Craftsmen ' s Club. ROBERT M. DICKEY .... A.B. Columbus, Indiana Sigma Chi; Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi. PHILIP HOOPER DIETZ . . B.S. in M.E. Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi; Michigan Dailv (1), (2); A.S.M.F, ROGER THOMAS DII.I.KN B.S. in E.E. Iron Mountain, Michigan MARGARET E. DIXON Howell, Kentucky A.B. CHARLES W. DOANE, JR. . B.S. in E.E. Detroit, Michigan Phi Sigma Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Engi- neering Council; A. I. E.E. Chairman (4). MANNIE JOSEPH DOLINSKY Cleveland, Ohio Phi Sigma Delta; Baseball (1). A.B. PACE 69 SENIORS JAMES L. DOLMAN . . . LL.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Lawyers ' Club; Treasurer of Council of Lawyers ' Club. MELVILLE HERBERT DOTTENHEIM A.B. Chicago, Illinois Phi Epsilon Pi; Senior Committee; Michigan Union Opera (2). HUBERT EUGENE DOUDNA Lake City, Michigan Theta Kappa Psi. M.D. WILLIAM JAMES DOWSETT, JR. B.S. in M.E. Jackson, Michigan Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; A.S.M.E. (4); S.I.E. (3),. (4); Fencing (3), (4); Memorial Committee. ORMOND JOHN DRAKE . . A.B. in Ed. Blissfield, Michigan Phi Mu Delta; Delta Sigma Rho; Kappa Phi Sigma; President Oratorical Association. EDWARD DUBPERNELL Detroit, Michigan Alpha Kappa Lambda. M.B.A. WILLIAM MILLER DUCKWITZ B.S. in E.E. Cadillac, Michigan Triangle; Pi Tau; Pi Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; Vice-Chairman A. I. E.E. (4); Secretary-Treasurer Pi Tau; Pi Sigma (4); A.I.E.E.; Michigan Radio Club. JEAN JOHNSTON DUFFIELD . . A.B. Oak Park, Illinois Delta Gamma; Michiganensian (2), (3); Junior Girls ' Play (3); Point System Committee (3), (4). DOROTHY KATHERINE DONAHUE Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B. ALBERT J. DOTY . . B.S. in E.E. Ann Arbor, Michigan Triangle. HELEN RUTH Dow .... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Delta Zeta; Martha Cook Dormitory; World Fellowship Committee (4); Cos- mopolitan Club (3), (4); Sophomore Circus (2). MILTON JAY DRAKE . . . M.B.A. St. Joseph, Michigan Delta Alpha Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; Business Administration Club; Secre- tary Business Administration Class (4); Michigan Union Opera (3). JEANNETTE ELIZABETH DRESSLER A.B. Detroit, Michigan Theta Phi Alpha. LEONARD DUCKMAN .... A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Sigma Alpha Nu. MYLES EDWARD DUELLMAN . Ph. C. Hamilton, Ohio Phi Delta Chi; Prescott Club (3); President (1); Vice-President (2); J-Hop Committee (3). LESLIE LEO DULUDE . . . D.D.S. Midland, Michigan Psi Omega; Senior Dental Society. I PAGE 70 HOMER ELTON DUNLAP Youngstoten, Ohio LL.B. Pi Kappa Alpha; Delta Theta Phi; Barristers. THOMAS MORTON DURANT . M.D. Glen Ellyn, Illinois Beta Theta Pi; Alpha Kappa Kappa. DALLAS LILLIAN DUTTON yicksburg, Mississippi A.B. RUTH JEANNETT DWYER . . . B.S. Linesville, Pennsylvania STANLEY JOHN DZIKOWICZ . . A.B. Jackson, Michigan Secretary of Polonia Literary Circle. J. KENNETH EASTLAND Detroit, Michigan D.D.S. ALBERT J. ECKEL . . . D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan Xi Psi Phi; Senior Dental Society; President (2). WILLIAM EMERSON EDWARDS Cleveland Heights, Ohio A.B. Delta Upsilon; Mimes; Michigan Union House Committee (2), (3); Michigan Union Opera (2). CHARLOTTE CATHERINE DUNNEBACKE A.B. Lansing, Michigan Betsy Barbour; Junior Girls ' Play. MAX LEO DURFEE .... M.D. Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Beta Pi. ROBERT A. DUVAL .... A.B. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Choral Union; Le Cercle Francais. GERALD OSCAR DYKSTRA . . LL.B. Cleveland, Ohio Lawyers ' Club; Delta Sigma Rho. VIRGINIA LAWTON EARL . Kenwood, New York Zeta Tau Alpha. A.B. ALICE MAY EASTMAN . . A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan MARGARET ECKELS A.B. Washington, District oj Columbia Pi Beta Phi; Theta Sigma Phi; Michigan Daily (3), (4); Woman ' s Editor Summer Daily (3). JOHN ROBERT EFFINGER, JR. . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Kappa Psi; Druids; Secretary- Treasurer of Mimes (4), Mimes (3), (4); Opera (3), (4); Stage Manager (4). wm m m 71 SENIORS BESSIE VALBORG EGELAND . . A.B. Chatham, Ontario Martha Cook Dormitory; Theta Sigma Phi; Wyyern; Alpha Lambda Delta; Junior Girls ' Play Publicity Committee; Michigan Daily (1), (2), (3); Class Vice- President (3); Honorary Senior Society. JACOB ELIASOHN A.B. Ludington, Michigan Tau Delta Phi; Wrestling (1). JOSEPH TAYLOR ELLIOTT B.S. in Aero.E. Minneapolis, Minnesota Alpha Tau Omega; Triangles (3); Engi- neering Honor Committee (3), (4), Secretary (3). MERLE MARGARET ELSWORTH . A.B. Washington, District of Columbia Inlander. LUDWIG EMDE .... B.S in M.E. Detroit, Michigan Acacia; Triangles; Vulcans. CHARLES B. EMERY .... M.D. Bedford, Indiana Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Rho Sigma. JOHN ADAM ENGELS .... M.I). Detroit, Michigan SAUL S. ENTIN Clifton, New Jersey Tau Epsilon Rho. A.B. EDITH VALBORG EGELAND . . . A.B. Chatham, Ontario Martha Cook Dormitory; Senior So- ciety; Wyvern; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Theta Sigma Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Michigan Daily (1), (2), (3); Chairman World Fellowship Com- mittee (4); Cosmopolitan Club (3). (4); Junior Girls ' Play Publicity Committee. CLARENCE M. ELLICOCK . B.S. in Aero.E. St. Louis, Missouri Phi Kappa Tau; Aeronautical Society (3), (4), President Aeronautical So- ciety (4). E. JEROME ELLISON .... A.B. IVinnetka, Illinois Zeta Psi; Michigamua; Gargoyle (2), (3), (4); Managing Editor (4); Michigan Opera (2). ORVILLE C. EMAN . . . A.B. in Ed. Jshpeming, Michigan JEANNETTE MALVINA EMERSON . A.B. Alpena, Michigan HENRY OSCAR ENGELFRIED B.S. in M.E. Ann Arbor, Michigan Society of Industrial Engineering (4), (5); A.S.M.E. (5); President S.I.E. (5); Craftsmen ' s Club (3). LYNWOOD C. ENGLE Ml. Pleasant, Michigan A.B. HAROLD ROBERT ERNST . . . A.B. Highland Park, Michigan MORRIS KSMAN .| ' , Pittsburgh, Pen nsv yania Pi Lambda Phi; Phi Delta Epsilon. WALTER O. ESTES Pontiac, Michigan Delta Theta Phi. LL.B. KATIIRYN MARJORIE EVANS . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Kappa Delta; University Glee Club (2) (3), (4); Junior Girls ' Play. ROBERT BEVERLY EVANS Detroit, Michigan A.B. Psi Upsilon; Glider Section. President (3), (4); Track (1). ARTHUR LEWIS EVELY . . . LL.B. Pontiac, Michigan Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi. ELIZABETH FAIRBAIRN . B.S. in Arch. Erie, Pennsylvania Alpha Delta Pi; Alpha Alpha Gamma; Architectural Society (l)-(4); Univer- sity Art Club (4); Aeronautical Society (4); League Bazaar (4). JAMES IRVING FAIRCHILD . . D.D.S. Ann Arbor, Michigan Xi Psi Phi. FREDERICK HUGH FARLEY . B.S. in Ed. Battle Creek, Michigan I ELEANOR J. ESSER Chicago, l lin iis Couzcns Hall; Editor Scalpel (4). R.N. EVA HELEN EVANS . . . A 15. in Ed. Lansing, Michigan MARY ELIZABETH JEAX EVANS . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Kappa Delta; Junior Girls ' Play Com- mittee; Business Manager (3); Presi- dent (4); Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; University Girls ' Glee Club (2), (3), (4). ROBERT REESE EVANS .... A.B. Highland Park, Michigan CHARLES L. EWING .... LL.B. Jerome, Arizona Pi Kappa Alpha; Delta Thcta Phi; Crease Dance Committee. HUBERT LEROY FAIRCHILD . . M.B.A. Hastings, Michigan ERNEST AUGUST FARLEY . Ann Arbor, Michigan Acacia. A.B. WILLIAM RANDOLPH FARRELL . A.B. Munising, Michigan Hermitage; Class President (3); Inter- Fraternity Council, President (4); Treasurer (3). 73 SEXIORS PAULINE A. FAST .... Mt. Clemens, Michigan Delta Delta Delta. A.B. FEDELE F. FAURI A.B. Crystal Falls, Michigan Phi Kappa. RICHARD FOREMAN FECHEIMER . A.B. Chicago, Illinois Zeta Beta Tau; Michigan Daily; Swimming (1). GEORGE SEARS FEHLMAN Geneseo, Illinois Alpha Kappa Psi. A.B. ROBERT E. FELIX . Detroit, Michigan Phi Kappa. A.B. ONA GERTRUDE FELKER . . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Sigma Kappa Delta (3), (4); Michigan Daily (2). J. MARK FELTON M.B.A. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Kappa Psi; Business Administra- tion Club; Vice-President Michigan Union. FERDINAND A. J. FENDLER . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi. SELMA OLGA FASTER .... A.B. Fort Wayne, Indiana MARGARET IRENE FEAD . . . A.B. Port Huron, Michigan Kappa Alpha Theta; Alpha Lambda Delta (1); Chi Upsilon (2), (3), (4); Treasurer of Pan-Hellenic Ball (3); Freshman Pageant (1); Sophomore Cir- cus (2). HENRY JORDAN FEHLIG . . B.S. in Ed. Belleville, Michigan Sigma Zeta; Phi Epsilon Kappa. | HYMAN ISRAEL FEINSTEIN . Brooklyn, New York A.B. CRAWFORD LUTHER FELKER Toledo, Ohio Varsity Track (2), (3), (4). A.B. HELEN FAITH FELLOWS . . . A.B. Newton Centre, Massachusetts Kappa Delta; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Chairman Judiciary Council of Women ' s League; Junior Girls ' Play. DOROTHY JOSEPHINE FENCL . . B.S. Cleveland, Ohio Sigma Kappa; Athena (3), (4); W.A.A. (3). Louis JOSEPH FENECH . Windsor, Ontario Senior Dental Society. D.D.S. 74 m m m SKMORS .IB. D.D.S. DIIKIS RICHINGS FENNEBERG . LL.B. Toledo, Ohio Martha Cook Building; Kappa Beta Pi. FRANK HENRY FERRIS, JR. Corning, New York Sigma Alpha F.psilon. LL.B. THEODORE FJNKELSTEIN Flint, Michigan A.B. JOSKPII F.DGAR FlNLEY . . . LL.B. Highland Park, Michigan Pi Kappa Alpha. EDWARD FREDERICK FISCHER B.S. in Ch. E. Cleveland, Ohio Tau Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Lpsilon; Vice-President A. I. Ch. E. CAROLYN MARY FISHER . A.B. in Ed. Hastings, Michigan Betsy Barbour; Cercle Francais; Athe- FRANCES LOUISE FISHER . . . R.N. Hastings, Michigan Alpha Gamma Delta; Student Council (4). BENJAMIN FI SHMAN .... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Phi Beta Delta; Michigan Daily (1), (2). PAGE 75 BERNICE 0. FERGISON .... R.N. Elkhart, Indiana (MARGARET CELIA FINCH . A.B. in Ed. Acadia, Michigan EDWARD VAUGHN FINLAY . . D.D.S. Highland Park, Michigan Xi Psi Phi. BURNETT FINNEY A.B. Detroit, Michigan GERTRUDE ELIZABETH FISH . . A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan EDNA MAE FISHER .... A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan JAMES MORTIMER FISHER . . D.D.S. Lau.riv.rn, Michigan Acacia; Delta Sigma Delta; Hockey (1), (2), Captain (3). ETHEL ELMA FITCH . . . A.B. in Ed. North Branch, Michigan ROBERT JAMES FITCH Dowagiac, Michigan M.B.A. KATHERINE CLARA FITZPATRICK . A.B. Port Huron, Michigan Collegiate Sorosis; Sophomore Circus; Social Comittee (3), (4); Pan-Hellenic Ball Committee (3); Junior Girls ' Play Cast. DONNA G. FLEMING .... A.B. Flint, Michigan Helen Newberry Residence; Michigan- ensian; Freshman Pageant; Freshman Spread Committee. MARGARET ELIZABETH FLINT Jackson, Michigan Couzens Hall. R.N. A.B. DOROTHY MILLICENT FLYNN . Detroit, Michigan Delta Delta Delta; Sophomore Circus; Junior Girls ' Play Committee; Michi- ganensian (3); Penny Carnival Central Committee (2), (3); League Bazaar Central Committee (3), General Chair- man (4); Board of Directors (4). EARLE ELLSWORTH FOHL . A.B. in Ed. Aspers, Pennsylvania Men ' s Educational Club. ALLAN DANIEL FORBES . B.S. in E.E. Belleville, Michigan Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Treasurer Student Branch A. I. E. E. DUDLEY CARVELL POSSUM Aberdeen, South Dakota Tlieta Chi. A.B. CHARLES FORD FITZPATRICK . B.S. in Ed. Flushing, New York Phi Epsilon Kappa; Physical Educa- tion Club. NORMAN A. FLEISHMAN . . . M.D. Detroit, Michigan Phi Delta Espilon; Class Treasurer (3). BARBARA FRANCES FI.ETRY A.B. in L.S. Detroit, Michigan Martha Cook Building; Black Quill. WILLIAM ROBERT FLORA . . . M.D. Muskegon, Michigan Alpha Sigma Phi; Phi Rho Sigma; Varsity Football (2), (3), (4); President (5); Vice-President (7). RICHARD BRADFORD FOGARTY . .A.B. Oak Park, Illinois Sigma Phi; Sphinx; Michigamua; Cap and Gown Committee Chairman (4); Varsity Football Manager (4); Manager " M " Club (4); Board Directors Man- agers (4). MARJORIE ELIZABETH FOLLMER . A.B Ficksburg, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta; Wyvern; Mortar- board; Phi Beta Kappa; Women ' s Editor, Michigan Daily (4); W.A.A. Board (3); Class Basketball (1), (2); Junior Girls ' Play Publicity Chairman. BRUCE DAWSON FORSYTH . . D.D.S. Davison, Michigan Psi Omega; Senior Dental Society; Secretary (1). EMMANUEL J. FOURNIER . B.S. in M.E. Detroit, Michigan wmm PAGE 76 ROBERT DE FORREST FOWLER Springville, New York A.B. HELEN BEATRICE Fox .... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Delta Zeta; Sophomore Circus; Cos- mopolitan Club. ARD CAMERON FREELAND . D.D.S. .Inn .Irbor, Michigan Psi Omega. JAMES BOARDMAN FREEMAN Saginaw, Michigan Sigma Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Delta Chi; Michigan Daily (1), (2). RICHARD H. FREYBERC . . . M.D. Coshen, Indiana Delta Upsilon; Nu Sigma Nu; Michi- gamua; Sphinx; Alpha Omega Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Track (l)-(4). PETER FRIEDLAND .... LL.B. East Chicago, Indiana ARTHUR HARLAND FRIES B.S. in Aero. E. Poland, Ohio VICTOR F. FROMKART . . . D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan Psi Omega. A LICK I.. Fox A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan II.I.IAM G. FREDERICK . . . B.S. A-nn Arbor, Michigan Alpha Chi Sigma. ALWYN VERNON FREEMAN . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Phi Epsilon Pi; Phi Eta Sigma (1); Daily Editorial Staff (1); Varsity Base- ball (3), (4). CLARICE ULLMAN FREUD . Detroit, Michigan A.B. BERNARD BENJAMIN FRIEDLAND . A.B. Lansing, Michigan Tau Delta Ph- ' ; Gargoyle (1), (2). RAY JOSEPH FRIEDMANN . . . A.B. Sidney, Ohio Phi Delta Theta; Gargoyle (2), (3); Assistant Track Manager (3); Track (2), (3). HERMAN CHRISTIAN FRINKLE A.B. in Ed. Stockbridgf, Michigan BEATRICE ANN FROMM . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Helen Newberry Residence; Class Com- mittee (4); Class Secretary (2); Junior Girls ' Play; Sophomore Circus. PAGE 77 SENIORS ELAINE PEARL FROST .... A.B. Grosse Pointe, Michigan Delta Delta Delta; Sigma Delta Phi; Secretary Glee Club (3); Business Manager (4); Mummers; Junior Girls ' Play; Glee Club (3), (4). NORMA JEAN FUCHS . Chicago, Illinois .A.B. DANIEL JACK GALLANCY . . . LL.B. Rochester, New York GEORGE GAMSU M.D. Newark, New Jersey Rho Chi. . m DOUGLAS JAMES FULLER . . . M.B.A. Detroit, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon; Business Adminis- tration Club; Michigan Daily (1), (2). RUSSELL CLARENCE GALBRAITH . A.B. Bay City, Michigan Phi Kappa Sigma. JOHN THOMAS GAREY . . Saginatv, Michigan WYNNE CLARKE GARVIN . . . B.S. Millington, Michigan MIRIAM ROSALIE FUCHS . . . A.B. Iluntington Woods, Michigan Alpha Epsilon Phi; Junior Girls ' Play; Choral Union. WALTER B. FULGHUM, JR. . . . A.B. Dallas, Texas Sigma Zeta; Alpha Epsilon Nu; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Nu; Band (2). HUGH ALFRED FULTON .... A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Sigma Delta Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa! Phi Kappa Phi. DOLORES GALLAGHER . Bay City, Michigan R.N. CALVIN BURREL GALLOWAY Wyandotte, Michigan Phi Rho Sigma. M.D. SPRAGUE GARDINER Toledo, Ohio Psi Upsilon. A.B. JAMES FREDRICK GARRARD B.S. in Ch. E. Ocean Springs, Mississippi Theta Chi; Executive Council of Union (3). MARY GOULD GARWOOD . Denver, Colorado Alpha Chi Omega. A.B. IMHMHHMMMMMHMMBMHMMHMMHBHMHMMMMHMHHMHH PAGE 78 SENIORS PHYLLIS JANE GATES .... A.B. Jackson, Michigan Kappa Kappa Gamma. L. EDWARD GAUL M.D. Frankfort, Michigan Phi Chi. KITH SI.OCI ' M GEDDES .... A.B. Saginaw, Michigan Kappa Delta; Michigan Daily (3), (4). J. MARIAN GEIB . . . B.S. in Ed. (irand Rapids, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta; Physical Education Club (3), (4). CHARLES ARTHUR GENS Chelsea, Massachusetts A.B. MARTICA HAI.LER GEORG . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta; Freshman Pageant; Alpha Gamma Sigma (2), (3), (4). JOSEPH GEORGE GERSHMAN Bayonnt, New Jersey Freshman Glee Club. M.D. STANLEY S. GILBERT .... LL.B. Miskateaka, Indiana Pi Lambda Phi; Michigan Daily (2), (4); Track (1); Varsity Band (l)-(5). Josi -.I ' ll " . NTIIOXY GATTOZZI B.S. in Arch. Cleveland, Ohio Alpha Phi Delta. CHARLES V. GECAN . . . B.S. in E.E. Chicago, Illinois HELEN ROSE GEER . . . A.B. in Ed. Toledo, Ohio Martha Cook Building; Pi Lambda Theta. WALTER E. GEISTERT .... Grand Rapids, Michigan Delta Tau Delta; Football (1). A.B RAYMOND E. GENTHE ... Wyandotle, Michigan Hermitage. ROBLEY EVANS GEORGE . . . Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Kappa Tau; Lawyers ' Club. A.B. LL.B. VIRGINIA MARY GIES . B.S. in Arch. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Phi; Alpha Alpha Gamma, Vice- Prcsident (1), (2), Second Vice-Presi- dent (4). LEROY V. GILGER A.B. Otstgo, Michigan Economics Club; Business Administra- tion Club. 79 SENIORS THOMAS G. GILL Columbus, Ohio Theta Xi; Forestry Club. B.S. MARGARET LENORE GILLIS . . R.N. Ouincy, Illinois Scalpel (3), President (1); Dramatic Club (3), (4); Choral Club (3), (4). MILTON MICHAEL GINGRICH B.S. Ch. E. Reed City, Michigan Beta Alpha Delta; Epsilon Delta Alpha; A. I. C. E. FREDERIC JAMES GLADWIN . . A.B. Fredonia, New York HARRIE J. GLEN D.D.S. Ann Arbor, Michigan Psi Omega. HERBERT GOLDBERG .... A.B. Jenkintown, Pennsylvania Phi Beta Delta; Michigan Daily (1), (2). JULIUS MONROE GOLDMAN . LL.B. Cleveland, Ohio ROBERT CHARLES GOLDSMITH . M.B.A. Kalamazoo, Michigan Business Administration Club (4); Swimming (3), (4). RICHARD E. GILLARU . . . A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan JEAN ADELE GILMAN . . . A.B. Peterboro, Ontario Chi Omega; Alpha Kappa Delta (2)- (4); Inlander (2)-(4); Black Quill (1)- ( )! WILLIAM HARRIS GITMAN Dayton, Ohio Football. JAMES PAXTON GI.EASON Michigan City, Indiana ROBERT HARKER GODFREY Kalamazoo, Michigan Theta Delta Chi; Opera (3). JOHN STEPHEN GOLDCAMP Ironton, Ohio LEMUEL L. GOLDMAN Gary, Indiana A.B. A.B. A.B. A.B. JACK EARNEST GOLDSTEIN M.S. in Ch. E. Detroit, Michigan Reserve Football (2), (3). PAGE 80 ! A.B. I! toil K PP Dtlu ()L I . Dl. i .1 ... ' . A.B. LOUIS GoLTZ UiKcrh ill, Mas sack u.u ' lls Phi Beta Delta. A.B. Moi.LY GOODEI.L Louisville, Kentucky Betsy Barbour; Junior Girls ' Play. B.S. CHARLOTTE LOUISE GOODRICH South Haven. Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha. A.B. DOROTHY P. GOODRIDGE . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta; Theta Sigma Phi; Junior Girls ' Play; University Girls ' Glee Club; Orchesis, Kappa Phi. DUNCAN WILLIAM GORDON Batavia, New York Cosmopolitan Club (3), (4). A.B. GRACE VIOLA GORHAM . . . M.D. Nortvalk, Connecticut Alpha Epsilon Iota; Iota Sigma Pi; Phi Sigma. HELEN M. GOULD .... A.B. Gibsonburg, Ohio Martha Cook Building; Sigma Alpha Iota; Girls ' Glee Club (1), (4). HERMA MAXINE GRABOWSKY B.S. in Ed. Highland Park, Michigan Alpha Epsilon Phi; Orchesis; Treasurer Physical Education Club (2); Michigan- ensian (1); Hockey (1), (3), (4); Base- ball (3); Basketball (1); Freshman Pageant; Junior Girls ' Play; Pan- Hellenic Banquet Treasurer (4). EDMUND ALPHONSE GOMOLSKI Toledo, Ohio M.D. WALTON JOHN GOODINC Pontiac, Michigan Xi Psi Phi. D.D.S. ROBERT CARLYLE GOODRICH St. Joseph, Michigan Delta Chi. A.B. RALPH A. GROPPEL T .... D.D.S. Syracuse, New York Xi Psi Phi; Senior Dental Cane Com- mittee. HARRY S. GORELICK .... M.D. Detroit, Michigan Choral Union (1). ALEXANDER EDWARD Goss . B.S. in Ch.E. Mooseheart, Illinois HARVEY M. GOVE .... M.B.A. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Kappa Psi; Treasurer of Business Administration Club, Business Admin- istration Club (3), (4); Opera (4). RONALD GRANT GRAHAM . . Highland Park, Michigan Lawyers ' Club. A.B. 81 I ' JklKAT mrm SENIORS DONALD F. GRANT .... D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan Xi Psi Phi; Senior Dental Society. GEORGE FREEMAN GRAY . B.S. in M.F.. Sandwich, Ontario HOMER REX GREEN . . B.S. in Ph. Hudson, Michigan Acacia Fraternity; President Prescott Club. WALTER C. GREENE Gojhtn, Indiana Delta Sigma Phi. LL.B. EDWARD BERTRAM GREENSPAN B.S. in M.D. Newark, New Jersey Pi Lambda Phi. RICHARD F. GRETSCH . B.S. in M.E. Forest Hills, New York Vulcans; Board of Directors, Board in Control of Athletics (3); Manager of Track (3); Class President (4); A.S.M.E. Engineering Council. NANCY ELIZABETH GRIER . Birmingham, Pennsylvania A.B. A.B. DOROTHY ARLEYNE GRIFFITH Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta; Helen Newberry Resi- dence; Phi Beta Kappa; Mortarboard; Alpha Kappa Delta; Wyvern; Alpha Lambda Delta; Business Secretary Women ' s League (4); Class Secretary (4); Secretary W. A. A. (4); Intramural Manager (3); Junior Girls ' Play; Assis- tant Chairman League Bazaar (3); Treasurer Sophomore Spread; Univer- sity Girls ' Glee Club. JOHN Ross GRANT . . B.S. in E.E. Oscoda, Michigan Triangle; A.I. E.E. GLADYS ADELINE GRAY Union City, Michigan Beta Kappa Rho. R.N. LILLIAN M. GREEN . . . LL.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Sigma Kappa; Kappa Beta Pi. CHARLES REYNOLD GREENIDGE B.S. in Arch. Utica, New York Theta Xi; Tau Sigma Delta; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Architectural Annual; Vice-President Senior Class (4); Glee Club (2)-(4). ELYNOR JEAN GREENWAY . A.B. in Ed. Spokane, Washington Betsy Barbour. JOSEPHINE ANN GRICE . . . A.B. Toledo, Ohio Martha Cook Building; Freshman Pag- eant; Choral Union; House Represen- tatives (2), (3). RUTH GORHAM GRIESEMER . . M.B. Moorestown, New Jersey Cosmopolitan Club; Hindustan Club; Alpha Epsilon Iota. JEAN CAROLYN GRIGGS . . . A.B. Saginaw, Michigan Helen Newberry Residence; Eta Sigma Phi; Michiganensian (2), (3); Portia Literary Society (2)-(4); Sophomore Circus. PAGE 82 SENIORS JAMKS HAROLD GRIMES . B.S. in Arch. Benton Harbor, Michigan LOUISE ELYNORE GRISWOLD Lakewood, Ohio Michigan Dames. A.B. HAROLD G. GROEHN .... LL.B. Detroit, Michigan Sigma Delta Kappa; Cross Country (1); Track (1). HELEN HARRIETT GROSS . . A.B. Ludington, Michigan Kappa Delta; Michigan Daily (2); Freshman Pageant; Women ' s League Bazaar. PAUL ALOYSIUS GRUD . B.S. in M.E. Toledo, Ohio Louis GRUNT A.B. Newark, New Jersey HARVEY F. GUDRITZ . . B.S. in Arch. E. Saginaw, Michigan JAMES RUSSELL GUEST . B.S. in M.E. Fredonia, New York FRED JOSEPH GRIMSHAW . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Varsity Swim- ming (3), (4). ISADORE EDDIE GRODSKY . B.S. in E.E. New Haven, Connecticut f Tau Epsilon Phi; Triangles; Vulcans; C A.I.E.E.; Track (2), (3); Football (3); t Baseball (1); " M " Club. BOICE GROSS J.D. Lansing, Michigan Delta Theta Phi; Michigan Law Review. JOHN HURST GROVES East Chicago, Indiana Sigma Phi Epsilon. A.B. ROBERT NORRIS GRUNOW . B.S. in C.E. Detroit, Michigan Trigon; Triangles (3); Vulcans (4); Web and Flange (4); Class President (3); Cross Country (2)-(4); Track (2)-(4). CARLOS ALBERTO GUARDIA . B.S. in C.E. Panama, Republica de Panama Cosmopolitan Club (4); A.S.M.I. PAUL DICKSON GUERNSEY . B.S. in Ed. Buffalo, New York MAURICE MASON GUEST Fredonia, New York A.B. wymwm I HARVEY JONES GUNDERSON . LL.B. Vermilion, South Dakota Phi Delta Theta; Phi Alpha Delta. JENNY GUTOV A.B. Detroit, Michigan JACOB HAAS A.B. Atlanta, Georgia Phi Epsilon Pi; Baseball (1). KDWARD MILTON HAHN . B.S. in Civil E. Detroit, Michigan A.S.C.E.; Web and Flange. C. ARTHUR HAKENEN Ironwood, Michigan A.B. DON E. HALL .... M.B.A. Los Angeles, California A.E.M. (4), (5); Alpha Epsilon Mu; Class Secretary (5); Glee Club (2)-(5). LEE H. HALSTED .... A.B. Farmington, Michigan ELIZABETH MARIE HOMEL . A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Delta Zeta. WALTER A. GUTHKIE Birmingk M, Michigan Sigma Pi. DOROTHY E. L. HAAS Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Zeta; Alpha Kappa Delta. A.B. CATHERINE LOUISE HAGEDORN A.B. in Ed. Cleveland, Ohio Alpha Gamma Delta; Pi Lambda Theta (3), (4); Cercle Francais; University Girls ' Glee Club. LEWIS FRANCIS HAINES Endicolt, New York JOHN N. HALDANE . . . B.S. in Civil E. Leesburg, Florida Scabbard and Blade; Rifle Team. EMANUEL HALPERIN . . . A.B. Brooklyn, New York Phi Sigma Delta. EDWARD LEWIS HAM . . B.S. in Ch. E. Park Ridge, Illinois Phi Kappa Sigma. WAYNE E. HAMILTON . B.S. in M.E. Grand Rapids, Michigan PAGE 84 A.B. A.B. A.B. CARL WILLIAM HAMMER . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Sigma Zeta; Michigan Daily (l)-(3); Fencing (2)-(4). HAROLD FRANCIS HAMMOND B. S. in Civil E. Omaha, Nebraska A.S.C.E.(3); Web and Flange (4). HEI.GE E. HANSEN . . B.S. in E.E. Ann Arbor, Michigan W. DAVIDSON HARBAUGH . . LL.B. Piqua, Ohio Alpha Sigma Phi; Track (2)-(4); Opera ELOISE MONTA HARNAU . . A.B. Muskegon, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega; Junior Girls ' Play; Pan-Hellenic Ball; Program Committee for Junior Girls ' Play. MARY REGINA HARRIGAK . . A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Delta Delta Delta; Junior Girls ' Play. RUSSELL PAUL HARRINGTON B.S. in Aero. E. Akron, Ohio Chi Theta Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Aeronau- tical Society. EMANUEL J. HARRIS . . . LL.B. Detroit, Michigan Pi Lambda Phi; Delta Sigma Rho; Adelphi; Michigan Daily; Delta Sigma Rho (1); Play Production (1), (2); Varsity Debating. DEAN BURT HAMMOND . B.S. in Aero. E. Detroit, Michigan Delta Phi; Alpha Tau Sigma; Aero. Club; A.S.M.E.; Michigan Technics. HAROLD EDWARD HANDLEY . . A.B. Jackson, Michigan JOHNATHAN C. HARBAUGH . A.B. Piqua, Ohio Alpha Sigma Phi; Track (2), (3), (4); Opera (3). ANNE B. HARDY .... A.B. Muskegon, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega; Theta Sigma Phi. ROBERT LIVINGSTONE HARNISH . M.D. Millersville, Pennsylvania EMOGENE DYSON HARRINGTON Akron, Ohio Michigan Dames. B.S. CLAIRE S. HARRIS . . . B.S. in Aero. E. Bay City, Michigan Aeronautical Society; A.S.M.E. W. O. HARRIS . . . M.B.A. Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Sigma Pi; Business Administra- tion Club. PAG: 85 WjjSfiiiW iWA TA ACwA SENIORS DOROTHY ISOBEL HARRISON . A.B Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Helen Newberry Residence; Michigan- ensian (1); Girls ' Glee Club; Athena; Sophomore Circus. SAMUEL DAVIS HART . . , North Bay, Ontario Hockey (2)-(4). A.B. JAMES WILEY HARTMAN, JR. . . M.D. Latrobe, Pennsylvania Beta Theta Pi. MYERS HENDERER HATCHMAN Bridgeport, Connecticut A.B. HAROLD WINSTON HATHAWAY . Muskcgon, Michigan Pi Kappa Alpha. A.B. VERNON GEORGE HAWKINS B.S. in Civil E. Flint, Michigan Pi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; A.S.C.E.; Web and Flange. MARGARET HAXTON . . . A.B. Oakfield, New York Chi Omega; Black Quill. ROBERT C. C. HEANEY . . LL.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Phi Sigma Kappa; Phi Alpha Delta; Barristers; Tennis; J-Hop Committee. RUSSELL THOREAU HART Niles, Michigan M.D. HELEN MARJORIE HARTER . . A.B. Schoolcraft, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta; Basketball (2); Fresh- man Glee Club; Varsity Glee Club (2); Junior Girls ' Play; Freshman Pageant. ANDREW D. HASLEY . B.S. in M.E. Hart, Michigan BURR MARSH HATHAWAY . . M.D. St. Johns, Michigan MORTON SPENCER HAVEMANN Salmon, Idaho .M.D. Sigma Zeta; Phi Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Medical Honor Council (4), (5); Fresh- man Band (1); Varsity Band (2). GRACE ORANDA HAWN . . . A.B. Pontiac, Michigan Martha Cook Building; Kappa Phi. JOHN ROBERT HEAFEY Ilion, New York A.B. CHARLES SAMUEL HEATH Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Kappa Sigma. A.B. PAGE gfi LINNIE KING HEDDING . B.S. in E.E. Ypsilanti, Michigan JAMES CHARLES HEGENAUER . M.B.A. Say Cily, Michigan Sigma Pi; Gargoyle (l)-(3). HELEN BERTHA HEILER . . A.B. in Ed. Jacksun, Michigan Delta Zeta; La Sociedad Hispanica FERDINAND DANIELS HEILMAN . LL.B. Saginaiv, Michigan Lawyers ' Chili. HOWARD DAVID HELFRICH . . . Ph. C. Ypsilanti, Michigan ELIZABETH M. HEMENGER . . . A.B. Algonac, Michigan Alpha Omicron Pi; Theta Sigma Phi; Treasurer (4); Pegasus; Junior Girls ' Play. RICHARD HARVEY HENDRICKS Fulton, Illinois Band (4). Ph. C. PHILIP CRISWELL HENNINGER . LL.B. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Pi Kappa Alpha. JUDSON B. HEESS D.D.S. New Castle, Pennsylvania Delta Tau Delta; Delta Sigma Delta; Class President (4); Chairman Execu- tive Committee (4). ALMA A. HEIKILA R.N. Hancock, Michigan ARLIENE HAZEI. HEILMAN . B.S. in Ed. Wallinfjord, Connecticut Martha Cook Building; Mortarboard; Wyvern; Class Treasurer (3); Treasurer W.A.A. (3); Choral Union (2), (3). VIRGIL C. HEIM .... East Chicago, Indiana Delta Sigma Pi; Boxing. A.B. HENRY FREDRICK HELLER B.S. in Ch. E. Appleton, Wisconsin Phi Kappa Tau; Alpha Chi Sigma. HARRIET ANN HENDERLONC . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta. CARL EDWARD HENNING . B.S. in C.E. Tonawanda, New York Scalp and Blade. ELOISE R. HERZOG Huntington, Indiana Couzens Hall. R.N. SEMORS ROBERT D. HEWITT . . B.S. in Ph. Hazel Park, Michigan Wrestling (2)-(4); Class Treasurer (4). JANE ELIZABETH HICKEY Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma. A.B. MARVEL HIGCS Bay City, Michigan R.N. CLARA ROBERTS Muskfgon, Michigan Delta Sigma Pi. A.B. PATRICIA WHITNEY HILL . Dental Hyg. Wheeling, West Virginia Theta Phi Alpha; Wesley Player; Pe- gasus. HARRIET DOWLING HIKE . . B.M. Washington, District of Columbia Sigma Alpha Iota; Glee Club. DONALD M. HINKLEY . . . D.D.S. Berrien Springs, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta. PAUL R. HILDEBRAND . . . M.D. Saginaw, Michigan Alpha Kappa Kappa; Galens; Baseball (1). SHIRLEY JOAN HIBI.EK Detroit, Michigan D.D.S. WALTER P. HICKEY . . B.S. in Arch. .-Inn .-Irbur, Michigan Phi Gamma Delta; Michinanensian, - - Art Staff. CHARLES SPENCER HIGLEY . . . M.D. Cleveland, Ohio Phi Kappa Psi; Nu Sigma Nu; Honor Committee (5); Michiganensian (2), (3); Glee Club (2), (3), (4); Union Opera (3). ANNE EVELYN HILL .... R.N. Gwinn, Michigan Couzens Hall. LELAND BARTON HILL . . . A.B. Bliss field, Michigan Hermitage; Baseball; Varsity Band. MINNIE MAY HILTON . . A.B. in Ed. Grass Lake, Michigan Phi Sigma. WALTER DORTCH HIKES . . A.B. Wilson, North Carolina Alpha Phi Alpha. NICHOLAS HINTYES, JR. . B.S. in Aero. E. Detroit, Michigan , PAGE 88 BKXJAMIX ROBERT HIRSHOWIT . A.I!. New York City, AVrc York HERBERT GEORGE HOBERG . . A. 15. IrontcooJ, Michigan STAFFORD MERRILL HODDER . B.S. in Arch. Port Arthur, Ontario Delta Phi; Michigamua; Art Editor Michigancnsian (3), (4). ESTHER HAZEL HOEKSTRA . A.B. in Ed. Holland, Michigan RAY MARTIN HOFELICH . . A.B. Fremont, Ohio Alpha Sigma Phi; Michigan Daily (1), (2), Publication Manager (3). MARIAN HELEN HOFTYZER . A.B. in L.S. Olmsted Falls, Ohio WILLIS SPRAGUE HOLDEN . . A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan MARY ANNE HOLMES Musktgon, Michigan Mummers (3), (4). A.B. Ki:ssKi.i. PARKER HOBART Detroit, Michigan A.B. HA WORTH FKAXKI.IX llocii . . A.B. Webster CVo-;r. Missouri Sigma Zeta. RICHARD H. HODGE . . . LL.B. Perrysburg, Ohio Psi Upsilon; Council; Lawyers ' Club (3). ESTHER BEATRICE HOERXER . A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Eta Sigma Phi, President Eta Sigma Phi (4); Choral Union (1); Ereshman Girls ' Glee Club. EDWIN SANFORD HOFFMAN, JR. M.D. Detroit, Michigan Lois HOLDEN R.N. Rockford, Michigan Couzens Hall; Scalpel (3); Class Presi- dent (3); Choral Club (3); Dramatic Club (4); Outing Club (3), (4); Hand- craft (3). JACK F. HOLLISTER . . . D.D.S. Ferndale, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta; Senior Dental So- ciety; Class Vice-President (3). ROBERT HARMON HOLMES . . A.B. Battle Creek, Michigan Michiganensian (2); Junior Editor (3); Inter-Fraternity Council (4); S.C.A. Cabinet (4); J-Hop Floor Committee ' (3). SENIORS SCOTT T. HOLMES . . . D.D.S. Muskegon, Michigan Psi Omega; Phi Kappa Phi. FREDERICK JOHN HOLTZ, JR. . . A.B. Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan ALBERT WEBSTER HOOPER . . LL.D. Ann Arbor, Michigan VIRGINIA LOUISE HOUGHTON . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma; Sigma Delta Phi; Delta Sigma Rho; Athena; Michiganensian (2); Women ' s Varsity Debating (3), (4); Freshman Pageant; Sophomore Circus. HAROLD HERBERT HOWARD t Detroit, Michigan JOSEPH EDWIN HOWELL . . A.B. Tulsa, Oklahoma Kappa Delta Rho; Michigan Daily (l)-(3); Board of Control (4); Manag- ing Editor Freshman Handbook (4); Class Advisory Committee (3); Kappa Phi Sigma (1), (2); S.C.A. ROBERT R. HOWLETT . Pontiac, Michigan Alpha Kappa Kappa. M.D. MARSDEN R. HUBBARD . . A.B. Royal Oak, Michigan Phi Kappa Tau; Daily Business Staff; Municipal Administration Club; Busi- ness Administration Club. VERNIE MARGARET HOMES Claire. Michigan Scalpel (3); Outing Club (3). R.N. HARTELL J. HOMKES . . B.S. in E.E. Holland, Michigan GEORGIA MARIA HOSLER . . R.N. Krndalhillr, Indiana Couzens Hall. GRACE ELIZABETH K. HOUSE Detroit, Michigan Delta Zeta; Sophomore Circus. A.B. JANET FRANCES HOWELL . A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Delta Delta Delta; Junior Girls ' Play. MARGARET RUTH HOWES . . R.N. Dowagiac, Michigan ALICE ELIZABETH HOWSER . A.B. in Ed. Oxford, Michigan DONALD M. HUBBLE . A.B. in Ed. Port Huron, Michigan Men ' s Education Club. ran 90 wmm mm I SEXIORS B CAMILLA H. HUBEL . . . K.S. Detroit, Michigan Phi Beta Phi; Chairman of Dam-in- Junior Girls ' Play. CHARLES LOWELL HUDSON . . M.D. Merrill, Michigan Xu Sigma Nu; Alpha Omega Alpha; Galons, President (4); Phi Kappa Phi. HELEN L. HULL Bowling Green, Ohio Phi Sigma Nu; Orchestra. B.M. ARI-HIK EDWARD HUMPHREY Ann Arbor, Michigan M.D. MANLY KETCHAM HUNT . . LL.B. Freeport, Illinois Phi Gamma Delta; Law Vice-Prcsident of Union. NATHAN WICKER HYLAN Stoncham, Massachusetts A.B. MARCUS F. IRWIN . . . A.B. Constantine, Michigan Alpha Kappa Psi; President Business Administration (4); Business Adminis- tration Club. ANDRINA IVERSON Detroit, Michigan Alpha Gamma Delta. A.B. VII.UAM J. HUBERT . . D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Omega; Senior Dental Society. MARGARET HUEY St. Johns, Michigan R.N. WILLIAM FRANCIS HULSE . . M.D. Detroit, Michigan Phi Delta Theta; Phi Rho Sigma; Galens; Class Treasurer (4). HAROLD EWINC HUNT . . LL.B. Coshocton, Ohio Lawyers ' C!jb; Council of the Lawyers ' Club. RUTH REGINA HUTTON . . A.B. Bay City, Michigan h MI E. INGERSOLL Flint, Michigan Martha Cook Building. A.B. HAIG STEPHEN ISKIYAN, JR. B.S. in E.E. Hampton, Connecticut EDWARD SHERMAN JACKSON B.S. in E.E. Avon, Nito York Pi Kappa Phi; A.I.E.E.; Wrestling (2), (3). 91 JEROME B. JACKSON . . . A.B. Indianapolis, Indiana Tau Delta Phi; Michigan Daily (1); Wrestling (1); Intramural (1). VIOLA ANN JAEGER .... Monroe, Michigan A.B. WILLIAM JANSSEN . . A.B. in Ed. Zeeland, Michigan Varsity Glee Club. ALEXANDER SCOBIE JARDINE . Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan Sigma Delta Kappa. A.B. ELEANOR JEFFERIS . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Delta Delta Delta; Junior Girls ' Play. EDNA MAE JENNINGS . . A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega; Vice-President Class (4). DALE H. JEWETT Bendon, Michigan A.B. VIRGINIA TILLOTSON JIROCH Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Gamma. A.B. SENIORS PAGE 92 Ai.mx GEORGE JACOBSON . . B.S. in Ramsay, Michigan Les Voyageurs. AGNES IRENE JAMES . . Denial I Ivy. Detroit, Michigan JOSEPH RUDOLPH JARAHAK . . D.D.S. East Chicago, Indiana FRANK EDWARD JEANNETTE . . A.B. Ml. Clemens, Michigan Alpha Phi Delta. JOE ROBERT JENNETT . . . A.B. Kansas City, Missouri Phi Kappa Psi; Basketball (4); Glee Club (3), (4). SETH WHYTE JEWELL . . . A.B. Danville, Illinois Delta Upsilon. WILLIAM ERL JEWETT Adrian, Michigan Phi Beta Pi; Auditing Committee (2); Executive Committee (3); Class Vice- President (4). GEORGE WALLACE JOHNSON . . A.B. Boston, Massachusetts Theta Chi; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Gargoyle (1); Mimes (3), (4); Comedy Club (2)-(4); Glee Club (3), (4); Choral Union (1); Union Opera (3), (4). ,U M.D. JEANXETTE ANNA JOHNSON . A.B. in F.d. Ishptming, Michigan Martlia Cook Building; Pi Lambda Theta; Freshman Pageant; Freshman Glee Club; University Girls ' Glee Club (2), (3); Choral Union (3), (4). MARTHA SOFIA JOHNSON . . A.B. Hancock, Michigan Martha Cook Building; W.A.A.; Choral Union. ORI.EX JfLES JOHNSON R i- fj City, Michigan Delta Tan Delta; Phi Rho Sigma. M.D. I ' .n.i i N CHARLOTT E JOHNSTON A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan C. JOHNSTON . B.S. in M.I- ' .. Niagara Falls, New York Triangle; Committee on Caps and Gowns; A.S.M.E.; A.I.Ch.E. MATRINE LUVIA JONES . . . LL.B. Flint, Michigan Sigma Kappa; Kappa Beta Pi; Secre- tary Junior Law Class; Oratorical Board Delegate; Athena (1), (2); Treas- urer. A. J. JORDAN, |R A.B. Sioux Falls. South Dakota Chi Phi; Sphinx; Michigamua; Michi- gan Daily (l)-(4), Local Advertising Manager (3), Business Manager (4); Chairman Advisory Committee (4); Student Council (4). I ' D i IY AI.ERIE KAHN . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Betsy Barbour; Senior Society Treas- urer (4); Secretary A.C.A.C.W. Con- vention (4); League Bax.aar (4); Junior iirls ' Play, Program Committee; Circolo Italiano ' (2), (3); W.A.A. Executive Board (3). JOHN FRANCIS JOHNSON . . M.D. Boston, Massachusetts Phi Chi; Class Secretary (4). MORRIS G. JOHNSON . . M.B.A. La Porte, Indiana Kappa Delta Rho. KITH VHITTIER JOHNSON . . B.M. Topsham, Maine Mu Phi Kpsilon; Board of Representa- tives; Vice-President Senior Class (School of Music); Symphonic League; UniverJlty Symphony Orchestra. KEITH ELLWOOD JOHNSTON . D.D.S. Highland, { ' ark, Michigan Xi IM Phi. THOMAS HALOANE JOLI.S Fredonia, AVrc York Alpha Chi Rho. A.B. STEPHEN EVERIXCTON JONES Duluth, Minnesota A.B. CHARLES JOSEPH JoSE Df troii, Mifkigon Trigun; Class Treasurer (3). A.B. FRAM is 1 i ANM KAHX .inn .Irbur, Michigan Sigma Tau. A.B. 93 mmM SAMUEL JAMES KAILES . . LL.B. Elyria, Ohio Wrestling (2)-(4). MOLLIE KAMENETZKY . B.S. in Ed. Ann Arbor, Michigan SIGRID MARGARETTE KANGAS . R.N. Hancock, Michigan Couzens Hall; Student Council. WILLIAM SAMUEL KAPLAN . . A.B. Chicago, Illinois Tau Delta Phi; Gargoyle (1), (2). LEON ARTHUR KATZIN . . D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Omega; Senior Dental Society. EDITH GRACE KAUFFMAN . . A.B. Lebanon, Pennsylvania DONALD J. KAUFMANN Detroit, Michigan Phi Epsilon Pi. A.B. JOHN KEANE D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan Xi Psi Phi; J-Hop Committee; Senior Dental Society. LEROY H. KALLROSE . . A.B. Grand Rapids, .Michigan Treasurer Men ' s Education Club. NAOMI KAMENETZKY . Ann Arbor, Mic B.S. in Ed. THAREL T. KANITZ . . B.S. in Ed. Milan, Michigan Basketball; A.M.A.; Baseball. ALVIN RAYMOND KATZ Chicago, Illinois Pi Lambda Phi. A.B. SAM KATZMAN Detroit, Michigan LL.B. CHARLES RUDOLPH KAUFMAN Chicago, Illinois Zeta Eta Sigma; Michigan Daily (1)- (4). R. ADRIN KAY . . . B.S. in Ed. Brookfield, Illinois Men ' s Educational Club (4); Varsity Band (l)-(4); University Choral Union (3). ERNEST D. KELLERMANN . . D.D.S. Elkton, Michigan Xi Psi Phi; Senior Dental Society. 94 KKXIORS WILLIAM Rrns KKI.LKY . . A.B. Montpelifr, Indiana Alpha Nu. S MI LI. KEI.LMAN . Detroit, Michigan Phi Kta Sigma. A.B. ELIZABETH MARY KELLY . Dental Hyg. St. Johns, Michigan Kappa Delta. JAMI.S OTTO KELLY Midland, Michigan Sigma Delta Kappa; Wrestling. A.B. PAUL THEODORE KELLY . . A.B. Duluth, Minnesota Phi Kappa Psi; Gargoyle (1), (2); Fresh- man Cross Country; Assistant Track Manager (3); Speed Ball Team (4). GERRIT JOHN KEMME Zeeland, Michigan M.I). FLORA RUTH KEMPF . . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Sigma Kappa; Freshman Pageant; Riflery (2). KARL GEORGE KEMPF . . A.B. Fremont, Michigan Phi Sigma Kappa; Interscholastic Man- ager (4); Assistant Manager (3). BERTON JOHN KEMPSKI . . A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Men ' s Educational Club. WILLIAM FERGUSON KENNEY . A.B. Kansas City, Missouri Kappa Sigma; Phi Alpha Delta. MILDRED CARMA KERCHER . . A.B. Roann, Indiana Martha Cook Building; Alpha Kappa Delta (3), (4); Alpha Lambda Delta; Cosmopolitan Club; Beta Kappa Rho. JOHN ROBERT KERRUISH, JR. B.S. in Civil F,. Detroit, Michigan l ROBERT EMMET KENNEDY B.S. in Arch. Winnemucca, Nevada WILLIAM FREDERICK KERBY . A.B. Chevy Chase, Maryland Phi Kappa Tau. ALDEN RAY KERREDGE . . D.D.S. Hancock, Michigan NORVIN CHARLES KIEFER Sandusky, Ohio Sigma Nu; Phi Chi. M.I). mm m 95 SENIORS CLIFFORD L. KIEHN . . . D.D.S. Buchanan, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta; Senior Dental So- ciety; Class Treasurer (2); Chairman Invitation and Program (4). G. FRANKLIN KILLEEN Flint, Michigan Theta Kappa Nu. A.B. DAVID CHARLES KIMBALL . . M.D. Highland Park, Michigan Hermitage; Phi Rho Sigma. HORTON D. KIMBALL . . . D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta; Senior Dental So- ciety (4). ROBERT WARNER KING . . . A.B. St. Joseph, Michigan Phi Beta Pi; Galens; J-Hop Committee. LENORE ETHEL KINGSTON . . B.M. Ann Arbor, Michigan Sigma Eta Chi; Alpha Gamma Sigma; Basketball (3), (4); Choral Union (1)- (4); Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Uni- versity Girls ' Glee Club (2)-(4); Symphonic League (l)-(3). WEYMOUTH W. KIRBY . B.S. in Arch. Oak Park, Illinois Alpha Rho Chi. PAUL Y. KIRIMURA .... Kanai, Hawaii Nippon Club; Treasurer (2); Wrestling (4). NINA MARIE KIENZLEN Ann Arbor, Michigan KATHRYN TONGCHOON KIM Aoul, Korea Helen Ncwbcrrv Residence. DONALD KIMKALI. . . B.S. in Arch. Saginetv, Michigan JOHN SAMUEL KING . B.S. in Aero. E. Jackson, Michigan mmm STUART F. KING . . . B.S. in M.E. Detroit, Michigan Sigma Chi. KENNETH GEORGE KINSMAN Romeo, Michigan Acacia; Alpha Nu. CARLE JAMES KIRCHGESSNER B.S. in Civil E. Grand Rapids, Michigan Phi Delta Chi; Web and Flange; Fresh- man Baseball. WILLIAM JAMES KIRN . B.S. in M.E. Detroit, Michigan Phi Kappa Psi. MARGARET LILLIAN KITSON Ionia, Michigan Sigma Kappa; I ' resliman Pageant: L ni- versity Girls ' Glee Club; Choral Union. RAYMOND KOLLEN KLARSEN . M.I ' ' ,. lliilland, Michigan HAROLD J. KITTSLEY . . . A.B. Ctdarburg, Wisconsin LAWRENCE R. KLEIN . . Muskegon, Michigan Sigma Delta Chi; Managing Editor Summer Daily; Night Editor Daily (3); Books Editor (4); Michiganensian (3). (4). GARDKI.IA G. KLEINHEKSEL . . R.N. Holland, Michigan RISSELL JOHN KLENOW . . . D.D.S. East Tawas, Michigan Xi Psi Phi; Class Treasurer (4). HARLKY BARTO KLINE A.B. Jenkinlown, Pennsylvania Phi Gamma Delta; Chairman of Class Day; Freshman Track; Treasurer S.C.A. EARL ANDREW KLOSTER Niles, Michigan Adelphi. A.B. LEO AI-GUST HENRY KNOLL Ottawa, Illinois Phi Chi; Galens. M.I). WILLIAM RICHARD KLECKNER B.S. in Ch. E. Fort Wayne, Indiana Phi Delta Chi; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Varsity Band (1), (2); Sophomore Prom Committee. WILLIAM E. KLEIN .... I.L.B. Toledo, Ohio Phi Epsilon Pi; Phi Beta Kappa; Hillel Foundation Executive Council (4), (5). EARL EDWIN KLEIN-SCHMIDT . Ann Arbor, Michigan Kappa Delta Rho. M.D. DONALD JAY KLINE . . . A.B. Chicago, Illinois Sigma Phi Epsilon; Michigan Daily (1)- (3), Night Editor (3); Student Council (4). MARGARET KLOCKOW . . . R.N. Mi. Clemens, Michigan Couzens Hall; Student Council (1); Scalpel (2). ROBERT C. KNIFFEX . . . A.B. .Inn .Irlmr, Michigan BRUCE RICHARDSON KNOWLES B.S. in Arch. Wavne, Michigan Alpha Rho Chi. msr Nm PAGE 97 Mwfflmm SENIORS DONALD ALLEN KOCH . . .A.B. Detroit, Michigan Trigon Club. HERMAN HAROLD KOFFMAN . A.B. Bay City, Michigan Phi Beta Delta. EDMUND CARL KORNEFFEL B.S. in Civil E. Detroit, Michigan A.S.C.E. FRED A. KOSKI .... D.D.S. Gtvinn, Michigan Xi Psi Phi; Senior Dental Society. HYMAN KRAMER . Detroit, Michigan Hillel ' Executive Council (4). LL.B. JOHN DANIEL KRAUS Ann Arbor, Michigan B.S. RUTH L. KIDER .... R.N. Clinton, Michigan PAUL KUHN . . B.S. in Aero. E. Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Kappa Phi. WARREN ALDEN KOERNER B.S. in Arch. Chicago, Illinois Phi Eta Sigma; Inter-Class Baseball (2), (3). CLAYTON LEWIS KOI.VOORD Battle Creek, Michigan Sigma Pi. A.B. HELEN MARJORIE KORTENHOFF . A.B. Jackson, Michigan Gamma Phi Beta. LILLIAN KOVINSKY . . . . r A.B. Pontiac, Michigan Phi Sigma Sigma; Michigan Daily (2), (3); Hillel Student Council. HYMAN KRANSBERG . . . LL.B. Detroit, Michigan Law Review. HELEN ELLA KRAVE Detroit, Michigan A.B. CLARA CAPLE KUENZEL . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta; Secretary-Treasurer Pegasus (3); Athena (1), (2); Junior Girls ' Play. S. KENNETH KUHN . . B.S. in Aero. E. Cameron, West Virginia Alpha Rho Chi. SKXIORS HELEN SALLY KUMEROW . A.B. in 1 Detroit, Michigan Gamma Phi Beta; Junior Girls ' Play. MARK S. KUNKLE .... A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Sigma Pi; Scabbard and Blade; Sigma Delta Psi; Varsity Band (2)-(4); Rifle Team (3), (4); Military Ball Committee IRENE GRACE KYNAST . . . A.B. Saginaw, Michigan Kappa Delta; Portia; Freshman Pag- eant; Sophomore Circus; Junior Girls ' Play. MARIAN LUCY LAICH . . A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha. LEMUEL L. LAING . . . M.B.A. Ann Arbor, Michigan EDWARD WILLIAM LAKNER . . M.D. Cleveland, Ohio Phi Chi. JULIA MARY LAMARCA Dearborn, Michigan A.B. PERMILLA JANE LAMPMAW . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Delta Zeta; Kappa Phi; Weslyan Guild. RITII ANN KUMEROW . . A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Gamma Phi Beta; Junior Girls ' Play. MYRTIE CRYSTAL KUTSCHIXSKI B.S. in Ed. Grand Rapids, Michigan Physical Education Club (3), (4); Basketball; Hockey (3), (4); .A.A.; Choral Union (4); Orchesis; Junior Girls ' Play; Play Production (3), (4). A.B. ROBERT CRAVEN LABOUR . Grand Rapids, Michigan Phi Kappa Sigma. THELMA LAIDMAN . . . B.S. in L.S. Cleveland, Ohio Phi Sigma Sigma. JACK LAIT, JR. . . . A.B. New York City, New York Sigma Nu; Sigma Delta Psi; Michigan Daily (1), (2); Swimming Team; Adel- phi. ANITA LAMAR .B. Roseville, Maryland Alpha Omicron Pi. WOODBURNE K. I.AMB . . . M.D. Alma, Michigan Nu Sigma Nu. LLOYD LESTER LANG . . B.S. in E.E. {arbor Beach, Michigan PAGE 99 SEXIORS JOHN QUINCY LANGEN . . B.S. Los Angeles, California Delta Alpha Epsilon; Kappa Phi Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; Forestry Club; Oratorical Board (4); Military Ball Committee (3). HAROLD LANSKY B.S. in E.E. .-Inn Arbor, Michigan KATHERINE ROSALIND LARDNER LL.B. Niles, Michigan Kappa Beta Pi, President. ERVIN FALK LAROVVE . . . M.B.A. Maywood, Illinois Alpha Kappa Lambda; Business Ad- ministration Club; Michigan Dailv (2). (3). ELSTON F. LARSON A.B. La Porte, Indiana Pi Kappa Phi. EMIL J. LAURETTI . . . . Muskegon, Michigan Alpha Phi Delta. A.B. WILLIAM ANTHONY LAWLER . . D.D.S. Syracuse, New York Xi Psi Phi; Dental Society. MAURICE JULIAN LAZAR Chicago, Illinois Phi Sigma Delta; Fencing (3), (4); Captain (3); J-Hop Committee. ALMA LANGLOIS Amherstburg, Ontario Cou .ens Hall. R.N. ALEXIS V. LAPTEFF . . B.S. in Arch. Ufa, Russia Architectural Society; Chairman of Art Committee Michiganensian (3); Cos- mopolitan Club; Art Club Treasurer; Designer of Decoration Architect ' s May Party ' 28. VIRGINIA MARY LAKMEE . . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Lambda Delta; Eta Sigma Phi. ARTHUR L. LARSON Ionia, Michigan D.D.S. ELVIN REMUS LATTY .... J.D. Portland, Mahif Sigma Nu; Phi Delta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Delta Epsilon. DAVID ELTON LAW . . . D.D.S. Pontiac, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon; Xi Psi Phi. RUSSELL LOWELL LAYMON . . M.D. Miami, Florida Sigma Nu; Phi Rho Sigma; Phi Sigma. ARTHUR EDWARD LEAN . . A.B. in Ed. Iloughlon, Michigan Eta Sigma Phi; Class Treasurer (4). mmmrnmrnm PAGE 100 HARRY I.. LEAVITT .... M.I). Portland, Oregon Nu Sigma Nu. JOHN I). LE CLAIR .... D.D.S. Y psilanti, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta. I ' I.NC. Rix LEE D.D.S. Soekaradja, Java Chinese Students Club (l)-(3); Presi- dent (4); Thcta Phi (3). WALTER J. LEKEVRE . . B.S. in Ch.K. Midland, Michigan MAI. KM. M Me MASTER I.EITCH . A.B. St. Thomas, Ontario CHARLES E. LEMEN .... M.D. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Kappa Kappa; Galens; Executive Committee (3); Class President (4). JAMES INABURN LENDRUM . B.S. in Arch Plymouth, Michigan Tau Sigma Delta. GEORGE EDWARD LEO NARD, JR. . A. 15. Detroit, Michigan Chi Psi; Sphinx; Michigamua; Michi- ganensian, Managing Editor (4). J. MILLER LEAVY .... LL.B. Los Angeles, California Dox MITCHELL LE Due . . . M.D. Ann Arbor, Michigan Theta Kappa Psi. PAUL F. LEEDY A.B. Battle Creek, Michigan CARL L. LEIBOVITZ A.B. Toledo, Ohio Tau Epsilon Phi. JOHN W. LE MAISTRE . B.S. in Ch. E. Lockhart, Alabama Phi Eta Sigma. FREDERICK CRIST LENDRUM . M.I). Plymouth, Michigan Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Omega Alpha. FLORENCE HUTTON LEONARD . R.N. Charlevoix, Michigan Scalpel Staff; Dramatic Club. GRACE L. LEONARD .... A.B. Coloma, Michigan Chi Omega; Eta Sigma Phi; Athena; Oratorical Board. PAGE 101 SBVTOM IM IM ELIZABETH MAUDE LE ROY . A.B. Washington, District of Columbia Chi Omega; Michiganensian (2); Sopho- more Circus. JACOB LEVIN LL.B. Lorain, Ohio CLARENCE L. LEVIS . . . D.D.S. Highland Park, Michigan Xi Psi Phi; Senior Dental Society; Class Secretary (4). ARLON GEORGE LEY Grand Rapids, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon. RUDY WILLIAM LIGNELL . Grand Rapids, Michigan Theta Kappa Psi. A.B. B.S. MILDRED LIMOND Detroit, Michigan Adelia Cheever. A.B. GEORGE EDWARD LINDEMULDER . B.S. Grand Rapids, Michigan Pi Kappa Phi. LOUISE J. LINGEL A.B. Toledo, Ohio Beta Kappa Rho; Chi Upsilon; W.A.A. " REDA LEUIN .... Detroit, Michigan BERNARD DUANE LEVINE . . A.B. Mt. Clemens, Michigan THEO. RICHARD LEVANDOWSKI Bay City, Michigan Pi Kappa Phi. B.S. in Ph. ABE LICHTBLOW . Detroit, Michigan Phi Lambda Kappa. M.D. PHEK CHOO LIM . B.S. in Civil E. Fukien, China Web and Flange; A .S.C.E. BETTY EDNA LINBERG . . . A.B. Olean, New York Mummers (2), (3); Play Production (2). RALPH L. LINDENMUTH . . LL.B. Ringtown, Pennsylvania Lawyers ' Club; Barristers. MAURICE ARTHUR LIPSON . A.B. New York City, New York MILDRED LAVEKNE LITTLE . A.B. inJEd Port Huron, Michigan ELIZABETH LLOYD .B Pontiac, Michigan Zcta Tau Alpha. HERMAN JOHAN LOCEESEN-GREVINCK B.S Ann Arbor, Michigan DAVID P. Liv . . . . B.S. in Ph. Ann Arbor, Michigan KENNETH MERLE LLOYD . . A.B. Youngstown, Ohio Acacia; Delta Theta Phi; Kappa Phi Sigma; President of the Michigan Union (4); Chairman of the Union Publicity Committee (3); Student Council (4); Senate in Control of Student Affairs (4); S.C.A; Craftsmen ' s Club (3). MARIUS LODEESEN-GREVINCK B.S. ' in ' Acro. E. Ann Arbor, Michigan LUTHER HARVEY LODGE . . LL.B. Milford, Michigan Gamma Eta Gamma; President Repub- lican Club (6). WILLIAM Me CULLOUGH LOGAN . D.D.S. Cambridge, Ohio Delta Sigma Delta. EDWARD EVERETT LOFBERG Irontvood, Michigan Delta Alpha Epsilon. A.B. KATHRYN LOUISE LOHR . A.B. in Ed. Battle Creek, Michigan MARY BELLE LONG . . A.B. in L.S. Detroit, Michigan Martha Cook Building; Black Quill. THEODORE SAMUEL LONG . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Delta Phi; Michigamua; Gar- goyle Business Staff (l)-(3); Business Manager (4). FREDERICK ADDISON LOOP . . M.D. Lafayette, Indiana Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Rho Sigma. RUTH ELIZABETH LONG Boise, Idaho Kappa Delta; Michigan Daily; Junior Girls ' Play. ELIZABETH BEAUMONT LOOMIS Oakmont, Pennsylvania Dunlap; Alpha Lambda Delta. A.B. BENITO H. LOPEZ A.B. Jaro, Iloilo, Philippines Vice-President Philippine-Michigan Club (2); Adelphi; Cosmopolitan Club; Concert-Master, Union Opera (2), (3). 103 msm. SENIORS VIRGINIA A. LOSEE .... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Pi Beta Phi; Wyvern; Mortarboard; Judiciary Council (4); Junior Girls ' Play; Sophomore Circus; Freshman Pageant; President of Mortarboard (4); Women ' s League Board (3), (4). ELOISE E. LOUY .... Jackson, Michigan R.N. W. THOMAS LOVE . . . M.D. Waynesville, North Carolina Omega Psi Phi. FRED CLARKE LOWBER . B.S. in Aero. E. Ann Arbor, Michigan GLADYS MAXINE LOWENBERG Oral Hyg. Battle Creek, Michigan Phi Sigma Sigma. VVlLLARD E. LOWRY . . . A.B. Toledo, Ohio Alpha Sigma Phi; Student Council, Sec- retary (3), Treasurer (4); N.S.F.A. Treasurer (4); Oratorical Board (3); Sophomore Prom Committee. ANTHONY S. LUCHEK Saginatv, Michigan A.B. ELMA S. LUNDAHL A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Kappa Delta; Board of Repre- sentatives (3); Rifle Club (3); W.A.A. (4). MARDELL ISABELLE LOSHBOUGH . A.B. Elkhart, Indiana Alpha Delta Pi; La Sociedad Hispanica (2), (3); Freshman Pageant; Junior Girls ' Plav. LOWELL LOVE A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan FRANK R. LOVELL . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Phi Sigma Kappa; Sphinx; Druids; Basketball (2), (3), (4). KENNETH HOLTON LOWE Battle Creek, Michigan A.B. Alpha Sigma Phi; Phi Rho Sigma; Michigan Union Opera (1). OLIVER WENDELL LOWMASTER B.S. in F.d. Montgomery, Michigan Triangle; A.S.M.E.; Cross Country and Track. DONALD WILLIAM LUBAHN . . A.B. Ashtabula, Ohio Delta Tau Delta. ROY WALDEMAR LUND . B.S. in M.E. Midland, Michigan ARTHUR LEONARD LUNDIN Detroit, Michigan Theta Xi; Union Opera (2). A.B. IHRITti PAGE 104 Al.MA I ' ' .. l.UNDY Hancock, Michigan L.M ' RKX J. I.UT7. .Inn .Irhnr, Michigan B.S. JOHN DUBOEUFF LUYENDYK . Grand Rapids, Michigan A.B. AGNES ELIZABETH MACDONALD A.B. in Ed. Royal Oak, Michigan Martha Cook Building; Pi Lambda Theta; Choral Union; University Girls ' Glee Club; Junior Girls ' Play. JOHN SAMUEL MACDONALD . B.S. in M.E. Lima, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; Triangles (3); Class Secretary (2); Chair- man Class Day Committee (4); Assist- ant Baseball Manager (3); Wrestling Manager (4). NEIL EDWARD MACDOUGALL B.S. in Civil E. Ann Arbor, Michigan Hermitage; Phi Eta Sigma; Vulcans; Web and Flange; A.S.C.E.; Michigan Technic; Sophomore Prom Committee; Finance Committee (3); Picture Com- mittee (4). EMANUEL M. MACKLIN . . D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan Treasurer Alpha Omega; Senior Dental Society. MAE MACNEILL . . . . Detroit, Michigan A.B. SARAH W. LUTES .... A.B. Richmond, Michigan Delta Delta Delta; Sophomore Circus; Pegasus; Sociedad Hispanica; Chairman Pan-Hellenic Banquet. EDWARD DAVID Lux . . . A.B. Highland Park, Michigan CORNELIUS GEORGE LYNCH, JR. . M.I). Toledo, Ohio Phi Beta Pi. JANE MACDONALD .... A.B. in Ed. Flint, Michigan Martha Cook Buildim:. Lois M. MACDONALD . . . R.N. Durand, Michigan Couzens Hall; Student Council (l)-(3). DONALD ROBERT MACK.AY . . A.B. Niagara Falls, Xetv York Delta Sigma Phi. HERBERT P. MACNEAL B.S. Forest Hills, New York Theta Kappa Psi. RUTH M. MAcNiTT .... A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan PAGE 105 SENIORS mi EDWARD CHARLES MAC RAE . . LL.B. .Inn Arbor, Michigan Trigon. WALLACE HERBERT MAGOON . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Eta Sigma; Cercle Francais. JAMES EDWARD MAHAN Fremont, Michigan M.D. CATHERINE CECILE MANARD Buffalo, New York Collegiate Sorosis. A.B. ALICE MAE MANN . . A.B. in Ed. Ionia, Michigan Martha Cook Building; Athena. ROBERT WILLIAM MANSS . . A.B. Cincinnati, Ohio Theta Delta Chi; Michigamua; Mimes; Opera (2)-(4); Chairman (4). DOROTHY S. MAPEL . . . A.B. Traverse City, Michigan Kappa Kappa Gamma; Chairman of Music, Sophomore Circus; Glee Club (3), (4); Member League Board of Di- rectors (3), (4); Chairman League Candy Booth (2); Chairman Point System (4). FLORENCE E. MAPLE Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta; Junior Girls ' Play. OSCAR MADDAUS, JR. . . . A.B. - ' v Manhasset, New York WENDEL ARTHUR MAHAFFY . . B.S. Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Kappa Lambda. KARL DAY MALCOLM . . . M.I). Ann Arbor, Michigan Sigma Pi; Nu Sigma Nu. MARY KATHERINE MANGAN . A.B. in L.S. Ann Arbor, Michigan BENJAMIN MART MANSON . . . A.B. Toronto, Canada Kappa Nu; Summer Daily (3). CLIFFORD MANWARING Huron, South Dakota A.B. EDGAR EDSON MAPES, JR. Merrick, New York Business Administration Club (4). A.B. CHARLES HENRY MARCOTTE . . A.B. Birmingham, Michigan Theta Delta Chi. I PAGE 106 HHBBBHK STKLLA K. MARGOLD Ann Afbof) Michigan A.A.W.W. LAWRENCE ! ' . MARIEN . Flint, Michigan A.B. ARTHUR WILLIS MARSH Detroit, Michigan Delta Upsilon. A. 15. DOROTHY ELIZABETH MARSHICK B.S. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Sienna Kappa; Pi Lambda Theta; Junior (iirls ' Play; Orchesis; Varsity Debating; Hockey (2); Baseball (1); Basketball (1); Tennis. KI.I AHETH F. MARTIN . . B.S. in Arch. Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Gamma Sigma; Alpha Alpha Gamma; Tau Sigma Delta; Architec- tural Society (4); Kappa Phi. HOWARD ATWELL MARTIN . M.I). Alliance, Ohio S.A.E.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Alpha Kappa Kappa. II.I.IAM McKELVY MARTIN . LL.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Beta Theta Pi; Lawyers ' Club. HENHY J. MASSELINK . . . D.D.S. Holland, Michigan Xi Psi Phi. II. I.AIKENCE MARGOLIN . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan GUSTAF A. MARIN . . B.S. in M.E. Manisli ' jUf, Michigan CARL DOUGLAS MARSH . . . A.B. Ann .jr iur, Michigan CLARA IRENE MARTI A.B. Saginaw, Michigan Education Club (4); Freshman Week Advisor (4); Kappa Phi; Beta Kappa Rho (4); Sophomore Circus. GLADYS S. MARTIN Bay City, Michigan R.N. ROSCOE REMINGTON MARTIN . A.B. Yale, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi. F.i. WOOD WHITTIEK MASON . . M.D. Burton, Michigan u Sigma Nu. CLARENCE F.DWAKD MASTERS . A.B. Alpena, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi. PAGE 107 SENIORS WILLIAM CARLTON MATHEWS . B.S. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Sigma: Phi Beta Kappa. ROBERT TUTTLE MATTESON . . A.B. Adrian, Michigan Sigma Alpha Epsilon. FRANK H. MAXWELL . . . M.D. Mansfield, Ohio Sigma Nu; Phi Chi; Galens; Alpha Omega Alpha . UA 5[ BARBARA JANE MATHIS . . 15. M. 1 ' rophetstown, Illinois Sigma Eta Chi; Alpha Gamma Sigma; Choral Union (2)-(4). ELIZABETH META MAXEY Detroit, Michigan Chi Omega; Sigma Alpha Iota. A.B. SETH TRUESDALE MAYERS . . A.B. Poland, Ohio Alpha Sigma Phi; Comedy Club (3), (4); Union Opera (4). HELEN N. MAYNARD .... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Omicron Pi. WILLIAM FORT McArEE, JR. . . A.B. Chicago, Illinois Theta Delta Chi; Michigamua; Baseball. JENNINGS McBRiDE A.B. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Kappa Sigma. NEIL GRENFELL McCARROLL Birmingham, Michigan ARLENE VIRGINIA McCAULEY Battle Creek, Michigan A.B. A.B. f ELEANOR ELIZABETH MAYWOOD . . A.B. Jamestown, New York Delta Gamma. LORINDA ADELAIDE MCANDREW . A.B. Ypsilanti, Michigan Pi Beta Phi; Wyvern; Sigma Delta Phi (3), President (4); Chairman, Music Committee; Junior Girls ' Play; Comedy Club (l)-(4); Sophomore Circus; Con- vocation Committee (4). CHARLES MCAFFREE, JR. . . A.B. Sioux Falls, South Dakota Sigma Delta Psi; Varsity Swimming Team (2)-(4); Administrative Board Literary; Science and Arts (4). JEROME FRANCIS MCCARTHY . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Rho Kappa; Opera (2); Glee Club (2), (4); Choral Union (2), (3); Uni- versity of Michigan Symphony (1). NEIL THOMAS McClEER Gregory, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta. D.D.S. 108 8.11 D.D.S. DOROTHY ANN McCtURE Detroit, Michigan . A.B. ROBERT PAVI.ING McCoRMicK B.S. in Arch. Bay City, Michigan Alpha Rho Chi. ROHKRT SMITH McCov . B.S. in Civil E. Detroit, Michigan Theta Xi; Triangles; Web and Flange; ulcans; Engineering Council (3), (4); Vice President (2); J-Hop Committee. VIRGINIA MCCREERY Toledo, Ohio Alpha Gamma Delta. A.B. JOHN LENNON McDEViTT . B.S. in M.I ' . New York City, New York PHYLLIS AILEEN MCDONALD . Grand Haven, Michigan Martha Cook Building. A.B. HARRISON BEECHER McGRAw, JR. . A.B. Cleveland Heights, Ohio Alpha Delta Phi. CHARLES FREDERICK McHucn . D.D.S. London, Ontario Xi Psi Phi. II.I.IAM CLAY McCoRD . . A.B. Dallas, Texas Delta Sigma Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; II Circolo Italiano. MARGARET S. McCoY Atlanta, Georgia Delta Gamma. A.B. JAMES A. McCRAE B.S. Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan GLENNE MARIE IVfcDERMOTT . A.B. Traverse City, Michigan Helen Newberry Residence; Girls ' Glee Club (2)-(4); Choral Union (2). MARION MCDONALD Detroit, Michigan A.B. Alpha Xi Delta; Theta Sigma Phi; Michigan Daily (2), (3). VIRGINIA ELLEN McGoNiGAL . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Freshman Pageant; Sophomore Circus; Christmas Bazaar; Junior Girls ' Play. GEORGE JEROME McHhFFEY Butte, Montana Phi Beta Pi. M.D. LOUISE ANNABELLE MC!NTYRE . A.B. Jackson, Michigan Helen Newberry Residence; Alpha Lambda Delta; Michiganensian (2), (3). 109 A? VAT fATAVAT AVA . SENIORS IflM ELIZABETH HAMPTON McKAic A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Martha Cook Building; Assistant Chair- man, Women ' s League Bazaar. JULIA THERESE McKiNLEY . A.B. Lansing, Michigan Michiganensian (2); Portia Literary Society (3), (4); Sophomore Circus Com- mittee (2); Board of Representatives (4). MlLO D. McLlNTOCK Pontiac, Michigan Chi Phi; Phi Alpha Delta. LL.B. FREDA VIRGINIA McMlLLAN Charlevoix, Michigan Athena (2)-(4). A.B. ELIZABETH WADSWORTH MtAD . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Gamma. ) ). - .,. r.- -, WILLIAM H. MEFFLEY . ' . ' ' -. . . ' M.D. Toledo, Ohio ' v PAUL MEISTER . . B.S. in Aero. E. Keohuk, Iowa Scabbard and Blade. REGINA MENDEL .... Detroit, Michigan A.B. CLARENCE LIN WOOD McKiNiviE . A.B. Springfield, Illinois WALTER RUSSELL MCLEAN .Inn Arlior, Michigan Glee Club (4). A.B. JAMES FENTON MC-MASTER B.S. in Aero. E. Detroit, Michigan COIT WAYNE MEAD B.S. in Arch. Lansing, Michigan Alpha Rho Chi; Tau Sigma Delta; N.P. Architectural Society; Michiganensian. WILLIAM HAROLD MEADE . . M.D. Jackson, Michigan HARRY MEHI.MAN Toledo, Ohio ALBERT THOMAS MELDRIM B.S. in Civil K. Truxton, New York A.S.C.E.; A.S.T.M.; Craftsmen ' s Club. NORMAN W. MERTEN Detroit, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta. D.D.S. PAGE 110 F.I.I -RIEHA MARIE MKTTING Detroit, Michigan A.B. FRIEDA Lot ' isi; MEYER . A.B. in Ed. Grand Rapids, Michigan LESI.IK KVAN MKYER . . . LL.B. Oak Harbor, Ohio ANTHONY J. MICKIEWICZ Detroit, Michigan Xi Psi Phi. D.D.S. DAVID GRANT MICKLE . B.S. in Civil E. Red Oak, Iowa Kappa Delta Rho; eb and Flange. VICTOR JULIUS MIDDLETON . . Ph. C. Grand Rapids, Michigan Prcscott Club; Vice President Class; Chairman Invitation Committee. ALICE ELIZABETH MIDWORTH . A.B. Trenton, Michigan Betsy Barbour; Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Junior Girls ' Play; Sophomore Circus. CLARENCE B. MILLER Gowanda, New York Wrestling (1). A.I 1 ,. ESTHER MEYER B.S. Chicago, Illinois HARRY I 1 ' .. MEYER, JR. Oshkosh, Wisconsin Lawyers ' Club; Delta Theta Phi. A.B. ROBERT BRUCE MEYER . . . A.B. Oak Harbor, Ohio Sigma Pi; Theta Kappa Psi; Class Treasurer (1). HELEN MICKIESICZ . . B.S. in Ph. Detroit, Michigan JOHN FIRTH MIDDLETON . B.S. in Ch. I ' .. .tun .Irhor, Michigan ROBERT WILLIAM MIDDLEWOOD B.S. in Aero. E. Dearborn, Michigan STANLEY JOSEPH MIKINA B.S. in Aero. E. Detroit, Michigan A.S.M.E.;TauBetaPi. DOROTHY HELEN MILLER Flint, Michigan Delta Gamma; Comedy Club. A.B. PAGE 111 SKMORS ' .Wi? DOROTHY LUCILLE MILLER . B.M. in Ed. Romeo, Michigan Mu Phi Epsilon; Choral Union (2), (4). FRED HEINS MILLER . . . M.D. Dayton, Ohio Phi Beta Pi; A.W.D.A. (3), (4); Honor Council (2), (3); Chairman Picture Committee (4). MARGARET BEULAH MILLER . A.B. Ithaca, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta; Junior Girls ' Play Committee; Sophomore Circus; W.A.A. ARTHUR WAI.DEN MITCHELL Cleveland, Ohio Alpha Phi Alpha. A.B. GERTRUDE FRANCES MITCHELL . M.D. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Epsilon Iota. ELIZABETH HOWARD MIZNER . A.B. in Ed. Grosse Pointe, Michigan Helen Newberry Residence. HELEN M. MONROE .... M.A. Elkton, Michigan ELIZABETH ELLEN MOORE . . A.B. Lansing Michigan Kappa Delta; Orchesis (3), (4); Art Club (4). Eu vix GRANT MILLER . . I.L.B. Detroit, Michigan IAMES F. MILLER, JR. . . LL.B. Adrian, Michigan Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Alpha Delta; Barristers; Football (2)-(4). JACK WILLIAM MILLS . B.S. in Arch. Detroit, Michigan Tan Sigma Delta-Scribe (3), (4); Archi- tectural Society; Treasurer Senior Class. CLARA MOREHOUSE MITCHELL . A.B. Weston, West Virginia Chi Omega; Alpha Lambda Delta; Eta Sigma Phi; Michiganensian (2), (3). RUTH E. MITCHELL .... Montpelier, Ohio Choral Union (1), (2); University Girls ' Glee Club (2); Freshman Girls ' Glee Club (1). CATHERINE ELEANOR MOCK . B.M. Derry, Pennsylvania Mu Phi Epsilon; Choral Union (2); Girls ' Glee Club. JAMES MONTANTZ I, I, .15. Detroit, Michigan FRANKLIN HARKNESS MOORE . A.B. St. Clair, Michigan Beta Theta Pi. m PAGE 112 IOHN FOSTER MOORE . B.S. in Ed. Kuffalo, New York Ri ssi- ' . i. HART MOORE . . . A.B. Saginavi, Michigan racia; Kappa Phi Sigma; Gymnastic Team (1); Michigan Union Opera (3). Ei.r .ABETH GRAVES MORLEY . A.B. in L.S. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Omicron Pi; Junior Girls ' Play. VAUGHN HULL MORRISSEY . . M.D. Frankfort, Michigan Theta Kappa Psi; Alpha Omega Alpha; Chairman Honor Committee. MARGARET ELIZABETH MORROW Enid, Oklahoma A.B. I!. MOSELY .... .Inn Arbor, Michigan A.B. ERWIN CHANDLER Moss . . D.D.S. Mt. Clemens, Michigan Alpha Omega; Senior Dental Society. LEROY ALBERT MOTE . . . A.B. Elgin, Illinois Lawyers ' Club; Delta Theta Phi; Band U), (2). JOHN FRANK MOORE Dallas, TtX s A.B. JAMES MORGAN . . Detroit, Mic B.S. in E.E. ALICE MARGARET MORRISON . . A.B. .Inn Arbor, Michigan Chi Omega. JAMES FRANKLIN MORROW . . A.B. Cortland, Ohio Acacia; Craftsmen ' s Club. CHARLES MORTENSEN . . . A.B. Iron Mountain, Michigan HARRIET X. MOSES .... Newark, Delaware Alpha Phi; Michiganensian (2). A.B. ARTHUR CLAYTON MOST . . A.B. Mt. Clemem, Michigan CHARLES P. MOVER .... A.B. Detroit, Michigan 113 SEMORS ELLIOTT HARRY MOVER . . LL.B. Detroit, Michigan Phi Kappa Phi; Delta Sigma Rho; Quadrangle; Adelphi; Chimes (3); Mich- igan Law Review (6); Varsity Debating (3), (4). RUDOLPH W. MUELLER Detroit, Michigan A. B. MARJORIE MUFFLY . . B.S. in Ed. Richmond, Michigan Chi Omega; Wyvern (3); W.A.A. Board (2); Junior Girls ' Play (3); League Board of Directors (2). CHARLOTTE CHRISTINA MUNCH . A.B. Flint, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha; Athena (1); Board of Representatives. JOHN RODGERS MURPHY . . LL.B. Kansas City, Missouri Sigma Nu; Phi Delta Phi; Student Council; Lawyers ' Club. TRESSE MUSIL A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan HAROLD GEORGE MYRON . . A.B. Highland Park, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi; " M " Club; Druids; Basketball (2), (3); Baseball (2)-(4). REINHARDT ALBF.RT NANK . . LL.B. Mt. Clemens, Michigan Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JOHN JOSEPH MRAZ Erie, Pennsylvania Theta Kappa Psi. M.D. WALTER EDWARD MUELLER Chicago, Illinois Sigma Alpha Epsilon. VERNON EMERSON MULLER B.S. in Civil K. Highland 1 ' ark, Michigan WILLIAM JOHN MUNRO . B.S. in Aero. ] ' .. Jackson, Michigan A. B. WILLIAM A. MURPHY . Detroit, Michigan Phi Kappa; Michigan Union Executive Council (3); Vice President (4). PAUL ROBERT MUSOLF . . . A.B. Marquette, Michigan L ' Alliance Francaise (4). ARTHUR A. NACK M.D. Galens, Illinois Phi Rho Sigma; Phi Alpha Delta. JOSEPH NARRIN M.B.A. Ortonoille, Michigan Phi Mu Alpha; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Band (2), (3)-, Drum Major (4). 114 SKMORti . LIB. . .IB. M.D. . M.BJ. LAWRENCE EMIL NATHAN Ruffalo, New York I ' lii Kpsilon I ' i. . A.B. GRACE NI:AL A.B. Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta. AVM: " . NEELY .... D.D.S. Gladwin, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta; Chairman Memorial and Publicity Committee (4). ROBERT E. NEIS . . B.S. in Civil E. Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Secretary Class (4); President Web and Flange; Secretary A.S.C.E. RALPH BAYARD NELSON Chicago, Illinois Delta Alpha Epsilon; Michigan Daily (2): Adelphi House of Representatives (1). A.B. MARY EMILY NEPHLER . A.B. in L.S. Pontiac, Michigan Martha Cook Building. MILLARD RHEA NEWLAND B.S. in Aero. E. Rural Retreat, Virginia I ' i Kappa Phi; Glider Club (1); Aero- nautical Society (1). EDNA ELIZABETH NICHOLSON Ann Arbor, Michigan Sigma Kappa; Athena. J. A. NAVARRE Monroe, Michigan . I.1..B. SARA NEDERLANDER .... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Epsilon Phi. JUSTIN WALLACE NEIGHBOR . M.I). Kirkland, Washingtun Psi Upsilon; Nu Sigma Nu. EDWARD R. NELL . B.S. in M.E. Detroit, Michigan Vulcans; Alpha Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E.; Michigan Technic (2), (3), Managing Editor (4); Engineering Council (4). STEPHEN HUGHES NELSON Rochester, New York A.B. Vice President University of Michigan Radio Club. JEROME WALLACE NEUSS . . D.D.S. Newark, New Jfrsey Alpha Omega; Senior Dental Society. MAX NEWMAN .I5. Detroit, Michigan Phi Lambda Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi. JOHN WILSON NICKLIN . . . A.B. Detroit. Michigan Delta Upsilon. 115 SENIORS HELEN LUDLOW NICOL . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Martha Cook Building; Rifle Team (3), (4), Manager (3), (4); W.A.A. Board (3), (4); Junior Girls ' Play Committee (3). MARY KATHRYN NIFFENEGGER . A.B. South Haven, Michigan Delta Gamma. CARL NINKE D.D.S. South Haven, Michigan PHILIP NODLER M.D. Detroit, Michigan JAMES MICHAEL NORLOCK . . D.D.S. Cadillac, Michigan Psi Omega; Vice President of Senior Dental Class. HELEN DENETTE NORRIS Ann 4rbor, Michigan Delta Gamma. A.B. EVKLYTH A. NORTHWAY . . . D.D.S. Durand, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta; Senior Dental Society; Class Secretary (2). AM.KI.A AGNES NOSENZO Glenbrook, Connecticut Ccrcle Krancais, Circolo Italiano. A.B. HARRY A. XIEMAN .... A.B. Miflinburg, I ' fn nsyhan in Tau Delta Phi. VIOLA EVELYN NILES .... A.B. St. Louis, Michigan JOHN I ' . NISULA . B.S. in Civil E. Detroit, Michigan EDWARD JOSEPH NOOK . . . M.D. Kalamazoo. Michigan O. ARNOLD NORMAN .... A.B. Valley City, North Dakota Sigma Pi. WARREN HAWLEY NORTH Lock-port, Illinois A.B. LEO TlLLMAN NORVILLE . . A.B. Farmville, North Carolina Delta Sigma Rho; President of Demo- cratic Club; S.C.A. Cabinet; Student Council; President ' 32 Law Class; Varsity Debate ' 28. ADELINE GENEVIEVE NOWAK . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Sigma Kappa; W.A.A.; Baseball (3), Captain (2); Basketball (2), (4). 116 SENIORS EMORY TRUTANT NUNNELEY, JR. . A. I!. Aft. Clemens, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma. Al.UKRT GUMAR YGORD . B.S. in M.E. Calumet, Michigan Triangle; Athletic Committee: Hockev (2), (3); A.S.M.E. MILDRED ANN OBROCK . . Dental Hyg. Cleveland, Ohio Alpha Gamma Delta; Choral Union; Pegasus. I). A. O ' DELL B.S. in Ph. Fenton, Michigan Vice President. MARGARET IDA OESTERBLOM jinn Arbor, Michigan A.B. MARGARET ELIZABETH OHLSON . A.B. East Orange, New Jersey Zeta Tau Alpha; Kappa Beta Phi; Chi Delta Phi; Wyvern; Mortarboard; Athena; Spanish Club; W.A.A.; Hockey; Basketball; President Alpha Lambda Delta; Treasurer Freshman Pageant; Sophomore Circus; Junior Girls ' Play; Women ' s League Bazaar. ALICE SHIRLEY OLMSTED . . A.B. Freeland, Michigan Martha Cook Building; The Inlander. HAROLD OLIVER OLSON Dearborn, Michigan Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Eta Sigma. A.B. WILLIAM HENRY NUNNELEY Ml, Clemens, Michigan Sigma Alpha Epsilon. A.B. AUSTIN A. O ' BRIEN .... A.B. Lockport, New York Alpha Kappa Psi; Art Club; Alpha Nu. RAYMOND LEO O ' CONNELI. . M.B.A. Flint, Michigan Kappa Phi Sigma; Business Administra- tion Club. HARRY ODLE .K. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega; Gargoyle (1). HELEN LOUISA O ' HARA . . . A.B. Corning, New Y trk FRANCES O ' KEEF . Bay City, Michigan Couzens Hall. R.N. MERRILL E. OLSEN .H. Dickinson, North Dakota Sigma Pi. JAMES C. O ' NEILL .... A.B. Rochester, New York Opera (3); Cercle Francais (2)-(4). v m 117 JOHN DREW O ' NEILL .... A.B. Rochester, New York Opera (3); Cercle Francais (2)-(4). MILTON N. OPPENHEIMER Louisville, Kentucky Phi Epsilon Pi. A.B. MELVIN EDWARD ORR .... LL.B. Royal Oak, Michigan Hermitage. JAMES BENNET OSBORNE . . A.B. Marshall, Michigan Delta Phi; Chi Gamma Phi; Student Directory (1), (2); Michiganensian (1), (2). AlNO W. OSTERBERG Hancock, Michigan Martha Cook Building. A.B. GILBERT G. OTTO A.B. Saginaw, Michigan ALLEN OWEN B.S. in E.E. Toledo, Ohio Phi Kappa Psi. LEONARD ALFRED PALLIN . . . A.B. Manistique, Michigan Km 4 A MILTON MYRON OPPENHEIM Detroit, Michigan A.B. MARY KATHERINE ORR . . . A.B. ..Vnn Arbor, Michigan Alpha Lambda Delta (2); Phi Beta Kappa (3); Phi Kappa Phi (4). JAMES W. ORWIG . . . B.S. in Ed. Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Mu Delta; Michiiramua; Sphinx; Psi Epsilon Kappa; Basketball; Foot- ball (2)-(4). RICHARD OSENBURG . B.S. in Civil E. San Diego, California Theta Xi; Scabbard and Blade; Web and Flange. GEORGE WILLIAM OTT . . LL.B. Muskegon, Michigan Alpha Sigma Phi; Phi Alpha Delta. R. FRANKLIN OUTCALT . B.S. in Arch. Cleveland, Ohio Alpha Rho Chi; Tau Sigma Delta; Presi- dent Senior Architectural Society (4). BEATRICE FRANCES PADDOCK . A.B. Wichita, Kansas Martha Cook Building. GEORGE ELLIS PALMER . . . A.B. Washington, Indiana PAGE 118 KI.I ABETII HARRIET PARDEE A.B. in L.S. Dearhorn, Michigan Kappa Alpha Theta; Junior Girls ' Play. ()I:OK ;E GORDON PARK Chatham, Ontario Siinna Nu. A.B. HELEN [ ' KANI.I.S PARMENTER . A.B. I ' flufkfy. Michigan lpha Chi Omega; VV.A.A. (4); Choral I nion (4); Freshman Pageant; Sopho- more Circus; Pegasus (3), (4). THOMAS KNAPPEN PARRY . . LL.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Delta Kappa Kpsilon; Barristers. HAROLD LESTER PASSMAN . . A.B. Chicago, Illinois Tau Delta Phi; Michigan Daily (1), (2). MAXINE S. PATE Ilowell, Michigan R.N. HARRIET JOSEPHINE PATRICK . A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha. ARTHUR I.EKOY PEAPPLES . . Benton Harbor, Michigan Business Administration Club. A.B. SANDRON S. PARENTI Campbell, Ohio Alpha Phi Delta. A.B. CARL FRANCES PARKER . U.S. in Ed. Denver, Colorado Phi Epsilon Kappa. MARY PARNALL A.B. Los Angeles, California Alpha Chi Omega. MANUEL ARTHUR PASICK . . D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan BENJAMIN A. PATCH, JR. . . A.B. Cleveland, Ohio Phi Kappa Sigma; Gargoyle (1); Mich- igan Union Opera (3). F. A. PATRICK .... Irortwood, Michigan A.B. ROBERT BLISS PATTERSON B.S. in Aero. E.-M.E. Detroit, Michigan Scabbard and Blade. FLORA DOROTHY PEARCE . Oak Park, Illinois Bctsv Barbour. A.B. PACE 119 WfMfMfMfm HHHHH SEMORS JOHN PEARSE D.D.S. Ironwood, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta; Senior Dental Society. VICTOR ALGERNON PECKHAM . . J.D. Lowell, Michigan Lawyers ' Club; Michigan Law Review. JOHN EVERARD PENNIMAN Kalamaioo, Michigan Psi Upsilon. A.B. LEON ALFRED PENNINGTON . . A.B. Sparta, Michigan RUTH LUISE PENZEL . . . A.B. Muncif, Indiana Kappa Alpha Theta; Sigma Alpha Iota. DAVID Louis PENOT . . . LL.B. Chesaning, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi. ELFRIDA JANE PETERSEN . . A.B. Somerset, Kentucky Kappa Kappa Gamma; Michiganensian (2), (3). DOROTHY JEAN PHELPS . . . A.B. Coldwater, Michigan Alpha Phi; Sophomore Circus. MARION E. PEARSON . A.B. in F.d. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega; Tennis Champion (3). EMMA KATHRYNE PEJSA . B.S. in Ph. Cleveland, Ohio Kappa Epsilon. LUCILLE ADELAIDE PENNIMAN A.B. in L.S. Alpena, Michigan Martha Cook Building. RUTH C. PENTY . . A.B. in Ed. Battle Creek, Michigan Martha Cook Building; Athena; Cos- mopolitan Club. GEORGE WOODRUFF PERRETT . A.B. Marshall, Michigan Chi Psi; Michigan Daily (1), (2); Wres- tling (3), (4). JOSEPH HENRY PETERS . . LL.B. Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phi Delta Theta; Phi Alpha Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Delta Sigma Phi. ROBERT DORT PETTIS Flint, Michigan Alpha Kappa Psi. A.B. GEORGE EDWARD PHILLIPS Detroit, Michigan Alpha Kappa Psi. M.B.A. PAGE 120 SENIORS MILTON CHARLES PICARD, JR. . A.B. MfMpkis t Ti ' nnessee Phi Kpsilon Pi. CATHERINE BRODIE PIERCE . A.B. Decatur, Illinois Inlander. PHILLIP ROMER ARTHUR PIRSON . A.B. Buffalo, New York FELIX ROMAN PISZEZEK Milwaukee, Wisconsin M.D. ALICE M. PLOUGH .... M.B.A. Wenaichee, Washington MARGARET E. POLLOCK . . A.B. Yale, Michigan Kappa Alpha Theta; Junior Girls ' Play Committee; Sophomore Circus. EDWIN B. POORMAN .... A.B. Chicago Heights, Illinois Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Delta Phi; Phi Eta Sijjma; Sphinx; Druids; Michi- gamua; Football (2)-(4); Track (2)-(4); Captain (4). ERNEST WARNER POSSE . B.S. in Aero. E. Bloomfiftd, New Jersey Hermitage; Aeronautical Society; A.S.M.E. JOSEPH JOHN PIEKARSKI . . LL.B. Manistee, Michigan JOHN S. PINAIRE . B.S. in Aero. E. Lake Hamilton, Florida Theta Kappa Nu; Scabbard and Blade. CASIMER FRAN PISZEZEK Milwaukee, Wisconsin M.D. HAROLD PLISKOW A.B. Detroit, Michigan Phi Lambda Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi. DONALD ALEXANDER POLLOCK Yale, Michigan Chi Phi. M.D. JOSEPH CLARENCE PONTON . M.D. Ann Arbor, Michigan Pi Kappa Alpha; Galens. RUTH LEONA PORTFLEET . . A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan FRED AARON POTRUCH . . . A.B. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Phi Sigma Delta. 121 I. SENIORS NATHAN S. POTTER, III . Ann Arbor, Michigan PsiUpsilon;Track(3), (4). A.B. JOHN DONALD POUND . . . A.B. Indiana, Pennsylvania Alpha Chi Rho. LAWRENCE W. PRAKKEN . . A.B. Highland Park, Michigan Lambda Chi Alpha. RUSSELL ALLEN PRATT . . . M.B.A. Grand Rapids, Michigan Delta Sigma Pi; President Business Administration Class (4). HELEN ELIZABETH PRESTON . . M.D. Houston, Texas Kappa Kappa Gamma; Alpha Epsilon lota; Class Secretary (2). AARON HUXLEY PRIEBE . Detroit, Michigan I.L.B. ALFRED C. PROTTENGEIER . B.S. in E.E. Charles City, Iowa Beta Sigma Psi; Tau Beta Pi; A.I. E.E. OLIVE WAGGONER PUTNICK . A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Spanish Club (4). ALICE MARTHA POTTS Washington, Michigan Couzens Hall. R.N. HERSCHEL FARR POWELL B.S. in Mech. K. Romeo, Michigan Triangle; Tau Beta Pi; Vice President Class (4); A.S.M.E. HELEN ELIZABETH PRATT . A.B. in L.S. Traverse City, Michigan Helen Newberry Residence; Freshman Girls ' Glee Club. LYLE MILTON PRESCOTT . Dixon, Illinois Lambda Chi Alpha. A.B. CATHERINE ELIZABETH PRICE A.B. in L.S. Detroit, Michigan Spanish Club; Treasurer Michigan Dailv (2). GEORGE WILLIAM PRIEHS . . A.B. Ml. Clemens, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega; Comedy Club; Mimes; Michigan Opera (4). Axx KATHRYN PURCELL . . . A.B. Jackson, Michigan Sigma Kappa; Freshman Girls ' Glee Club (1); Junior Girls ' Play; Freshman Pageant; University Girls ' Glee Club HELEN PYE A.B. Northfield, Minnesota Pi Beta Phi; Michiganensian (3); Assis- tant Woman ' s Business Manager; Mich- iganensian (4); Social Committee Woman ' s League (3); Junior Girls ' Play Committee. HEI.KX ELIZABETH QUAIFE . . A. 15. Highland Park, Michigan Alpha Delta Pi; Michigan Daily (3); Kappa Phi (3), (4); Athena (3), (4), Secretary (4). K. in ' . lecl, f. i RUTH ELIZABETH QUIGLEY . . M.D. feli[i Grand Rapids, Michigan 1 Pi; Vice Prtsidtit I Alpha Epsilon Iota. RICHARD S. QUINT .... A.B. Lawrence, Massachusetts Pi Lambda Phi. HEIMAN RABINOVICH .... A.B. H ' illiamsport, Pen nsylvania ELDRED NEIL RAETTIG Sturgis, Michigan A.B. ELIZABETH REVIS RALSTON . . A.B. tPilkinsburg, Pennsylvania Kappa Kappa Gamma. RICHARD MYRON RAMSDELL B.S. in E.E. Highland Park, Michigan Lambda Chi Alpha; Sigma Delta Psi. JOSEPHINE WALLACE RANKIN . A.B. Grosse Pointe, Michigan Kappa Kappa Gamma; Sigma Delta Phi; Comedy Club; Mimes; Junior Girls ' Plav. si r FRANKLIN EDWARD QUALE B.S. in M.E. Toledo, Ohio Delta Alpha Epsilon; Gargoyle (2), (3). TIMOTHY CHARLES QUINN . LL.D. Caro, Michigan Theta Delta Chi; Michigamua; Basket- ball Manager (4). SIGMUND RAAB A.B. Cincinnati, Ohio FRANCES EVELYN RAE . . . A.B. Bowling Green, Ohio Alpha Chi Omega; Eta Sigma Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta. SHEIKH ABDUL RAHMAN India A.B. Hindustan Club, Secretary of Hindustan Club (4); Cosmopolitan Club; Inter- national Committee. ELEANOR KAY RAMLOW Flint, Michigan Delta Zeta; Circolo Italiano. A.B. RACHEL FRANCES RAMSEY . . A.B. Marlette, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega; University Girls ' Glee Club (3), (4); Freshman Gi ' rls ' Glee Club; Choral Union (3); Junior Girls ' Plav Music Committee. LEO G. RANTA . . . B.S. in E.E. Iron Ris-er, Michigan SENIORS F AW FRANKLIN JOSEPH RAUNER . LL.B. Hartford, Michigan MAUD CLIFT RAYMONT . . A.B. in Ed. Lambertville, Michigan Martha Cook Building; Kappa Phi Club (2)-(4); Women ' s Editorial Club. JAMES DEYO REDDING . B.S. in Aero. E. Derby, Ohio Triangle; Tau Beta Pi; Aeronautical Society (3), Vice President Aeronautical Society (4); A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. EVAN JAMES REED A.B. Akron, Ohio GRACE REEVES R.N. Fremont, North Carolina HERMAN REICHARD Aquadilla, Porto Rico A.B. GERSON REICHMAN A.B. New York City, New York Pi Lambda Phi; Football (1); Baseball ERNEST REIF A.B. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Theta Delta Chi; Michigamua; Swim- ming (l)-(4); Student Council (3), (4); President (4). DAVID FIELD SCOTT RAWSON . 1,1,. B. North Craftsburg, I ' ermont Lawyers ' Club; Barristers; Law Review. ROBERT SIGLER REASON . . M.B.A. Detroit, Michigan Theta Xi; Basketball (2). ELZA LEE REDMAN .... LL.B. Mayssille, Missouri W. B. REED A.B. Omaha, Nebraska Delta Tau Delta; Class President (2); Mimes, Opera. MARGARET JARRARD REHRIG . A.B. Holly, Michigan Chi Omega; Michiganensian (2); Junior Girls ' Play Committee; Sophomore Cir- cus; Board of Representatives; Kappa Phi. WALTER HERMAN REICHENBACH . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Trigon. WILLIAM HENRY REID, JR. B.S. in Arch. .Inn Arbor, Michigan Delta Phi; Michiganensian (1), (2); Michigan Daily (l)-(3); Chimes (1), (2). EDGAR Louis REIN . B.S. in C.E. East Detroit, Michigan CHARLES A. RENICK .... A. 15. Grand Rapids, Michigan Theta Phi Alpha. DORIS KATHRYX RENKENBERGER B.S. in Ed. Youngstoien, Ohio Delta Delta Delta; Physical Education Club; Basketball (1) ' ; Baseball (1); W.A.A.; Junior Girls ' Play; Freshman Pageant. FLOYD MATHEW RETT . . . A.B. Peru, Illinois Lawyers ' Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon. VIRGINIA GERTRUDE REYNOLDS . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Delta Pi; Eta Sigma Phi. WILLIAM JOHN REYNOLDS, JR. . A.B. Crystal Falls, Michigan Alpha Epsilon Nu; Mimes, Opera (2)-(4). KENNETH DEAN RHONE tfilliamsport, Pennsylvania A.B. JOHN F. RICE Ann Arbor, Michigan Zeta Psi; Phi Delta Phi; Druids. WILLIAM JAMES RICHARDS . B.S. in E.E. Detroit, Michigan CATHERINE PEARL RENIHAN . A.B. Chillicothe, Ohio Alpha Chi Rho; Senior Ball Committee. JOHN ARTHUR RENNER Youngstown, Ohio A.B. HAROLD CLAYTON REYNOLDS B.S. in Mar. E. Iron Mountain, Michigan Phi Eta Sigma (1); Quarter Deck Club. WILLIAM CHARLES REYNOLDS . . B.S. Nav. Arch. Mar. Eng. Frankfort, Michigan Lambda Chi Alpha; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Beta Sigma; Quarter Deck. EDGAR PETER RHODES . B.S. in Aero. E. Clarence, New York A.S.M.E.; Aero. Society; Glider Club; Scalp and Blade. HERBERT FREDERICK RICARD A.B. in L.S. Toledo, Ohio EDNA MAY RICHARDS . . . A.B. Bedford, Ohio Alpha Phi; Junior Girls ' Play; Sopho- more Circus. DONALD WHITNEY RICHARDSON B.S. in C.E. Scranton, Pennsylvania Phi Kappa Psi; Triangles; Alpha Tau Sigma; Michigan Technic (2), (3); Track (1), (2); Advertising Manager Technic (3); Social Chairman Cap and Gown (4). PAGE 125 iM - SENIORS JAMES BARBOUR RICHARDSON . B.S. in A. Rochester, New York ROBERT R. RICHOLT . B.S. in Aero. E. Holgate, Ohio NETTIE A. RIEDEL . . A.B. in Ed. Minden City, Michigan Martha Cook Building; Pi Lambda Theta; Choral Union. IRVING C. RIFKIN D.D.S. Owosso, Michigan Alpha Omega. JOEL KELL RILEY .... LL.B. Celina, Ohio Michigan Law Review. ROBERT Louis RISCHMAN B.S. in Aero. E. Bay City, Michigan ELIZABETH GILBERT ROBB Leonard, Michigan Martha Cook Building. A.B. EDWIN D. ROBERTS . . B.S. in M.E. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Chairman Finance Committee (4); A.S.M.E. (2), (3); Vice President (4). JBL n I y KENNETH ALDON RICHARDSON B.S. in F..E. Highland Park, Michigan NORTON PARK RIDER .... J.D. Oquawka, Illinois Sigma Delta Kappa; Michigan Law- Review. HENRY FRANCIS RIES Milwaukee, Wisconsin A.B. Alpha Nu; Delta Sigma Pi; Sigma Delta Psi; Kappa Phi Sigma; II Circolo Itali- ano; La Sociedad Hispanica; Summer Daily (1); Baseball (1); Hockey (1); Boxing (1); Mathematics Club. ROBERT DUANE RIGGS . B.S. in K.E. Battle Creek, Michigan Sigma Delta Psi (4). EDWARD THOMAS RIPI.O . B.S, in M.I ' .. Grand Rapids, Michigan MARY CECELIA ROACH . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Omicron Pi; Michiganensian (2); Sophomore Finance Committee; Junior Finance Committee; Junior Girls ' Play; Sophomore Circus. RACHEL LAVERE ROBBINS . . A.B. Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania Pi Beta Phi; Secretary Class (1); Junior Girls ' Play; Sophomore Social Com- mittee. JAMES ELAINE ROBERTS, JR. B.S. in Chem. E. Voungslown, Ohio Delta Phi; Phi Eta Sigma. PAGE 126 JAMES OLIN ROBERTS . . B.S. in M.K. Kalamazoo, Michigan MARION A. ROBINSON . . Montreal, Quebfc Couzens Hall. REMUS GRANT ROBINSON Detroit, Michigan Alpha Phi Alpha. R.N. M.I) ERED RODE B.S. in E.E Harljord, Michigan RODEN JECKELL ROGERS . . . A. 15. Ann Arbor, Michigan RALPH A. ROHRBACH . Detroit, Michigan Sigma Phi Epsilon. A.B BERNARD WAYNE ROSENBERG Warren, Ohio Tau Delta Phi. LL.B. A.B. PIERCE ROSENBERG ... Milwaukee, Wisconsin Zeta Beta Tau; Sigma Delta Chi (4); Michigan Daily (1), (2); Night Editor (3); City Editor (4); Opera Publicity Director (3); Mimes; Student Christian Association Cabinet (4). ED WARD ' ROBINSON LL.B. Fort Dodge, Iowa Phi Beta Delta; Phi Delta Gamma; Phi Lambda Omicron; Delta Sigma Rho. PRIMROSE ZOLETA ROBINSON Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B. PHILIP QUINTIN ROCHE . . Spokane, Washington Victor Vaughn Society. M.D. JOHN LLOYD ROESCH . . Chicago, Illinois A.B. RUBY JOSEPHINE ROGERS . B.S. in Ed. Stanley, New Brunswick, Canada Kappa Phi. WENDELL HOPMA ROOKS . . M.D. Grand Rapids, Michigan Phi Alpha Kappa. _S. ROSENBERG . B.S. in Aero. E. Detroit, Michigan Kappa Xu; Aeronautical Club; A.S.M.E. M. H. ROSIE D.D.S. Mujkfgon, Michigan mmsrm PAGE 127 SENIORS BENJAMIN CHARLES Ross . Detroit, Michigan Phi Lambda Kappa. M.D. CHARLES DANIEL ROTH . . . A.B. Wilmette, Illinois Beta Theta Pi; Sphinx; Druids; Gargoyle BERNARD LAWRENCE ROTTENBERG . A.B. New York City, New York Phi Sigma Delta; Gargoyle (1), (2). FRANK ALBERT ROWE . B.S. in Ch. E. Flint, Michigan Alpha Chi Sigma. EDWARD A. RUDOLPH . . . M.D. Ann Arbor, Michigan ALEXANDER RUELLE, III . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Kappa Sigma. SHERWOOD Ross RUSSELL . . M.D. Flint, Michigan Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha. MURRAY ALAN RUTH . B.S. in C.E. New York, New York Manager Athletics Class ' 30. f JOHN V. ROSNVINCKEL . . . A.B. Toledo, Ohio Sigma Zeta; Michigan Daily (l)-(3); Union (1), (2); Executive Council (3). AUGUST R. ROTI . . B.S. in C.E. Buchanan, Michigan Alpha Phi Delta; Varsity Reserve Foot- ball (2). MARSHALL J. ROUSE . B.S. in Arch. E. Bay City, Michigan Alpha Rho Chi. STUART XILES ROWE . . . M.D. Mt. Pleasant, Michigan Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Glee Club (2), (3). MILTON JEROME RUEGER . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Pi Kappa Alpha; Gargoyle (2); Wres- tling (2). HELEN EARLENE RUPP Toledo, Ohio Sigma Kappa. A.B. A.B. CHARLES J. RUSSICK Cleveland, Ohio Lambda Chi Alpha; German Club; Freshman Football; Basketball; (3). KATHERINE LENORE RUTHVEN Ann Arbor, Michigan Kappa Alpha Theta. A.B. ran PAGE 128 SENIORS DONALD REX RYALL Kalamazoo, Michigan Sigma Nu. A.B. FRANCES SOPHIA SACKETT A.B. in Lib. Sci. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Omicron Pi; Black Quill (2)-(4); President (4); Cercle Francais (2); W.A.A. Intramural Manager (2); Secre- tary (3); Sophomore Circus; Freshman Pageant; Junior Girls ' Play; Hockey (3), (4); Basketball (l)-(4); Orchesis. S. K. SAILA . B.S. in Arch. E. Fitchburg, Massachusetts MARIE ADELE SAMSON . A.B. in Ed. Ypsilanti, Michigan Martha Cook Building; Pi Lambda Theta; Michiganensian; Class Council (3); Choral Union; Junior Girls ' Play.; Pegasus, Treasurer (4). STEVENS SACKETT SANDERSON . M.D. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Sigma Phi; Phi Rho Sigma. ABRAHAM SATOVSKY .... LL.B. Detroit, Michigan Phi Beta Delta; Michigan Daily (1), (2); Interfratcrnity Council. RICHARD THOMAS SAVAGE . . LL.B. Ft. Wayne, Indiana Alpha Sigma Phi; Delta Sigma Rho; Adelphi; Debating Team (2)-(4). CLARA ELISE SCHAEFER . . Saginaw, Michigan A.B. PAUL C. RYAN . A - B - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Phi Kappa. NATHANIEL SAFRAN . A.B. Brooklyn, New York Phi Delta Epsilon. CLAUDE DEWITT SAMPSON . B.S. A. Gary, Indiana Alpha Kappa Lambda; Competition (3), (4). VERNON LEROY SAMSON . B.S. in E.E. Holland, Michigan LELAND EDMUND SARGENT Jackson, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi. A.B. RUSSELL DUNCAN SAUER . A.B., LL.B. Detroit, Michigan Phi Alpha Delta; Delta Sigma Rho; Barristers; Wrestling (3), (4); Student Council C4); Debating (3). ELIZABETH SCHAACK Ml. Clemens, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha. liARXER ScHAFFER Newark, New Jersey Phi Sigma Delta. A.B. B.S. SENIORS NATHAN SCHAFFER . . . A.B.. M.D. Newark, New Jersey Phi Delta Epsilon; Michigan Chimes. ALEX KING SCHERER .... A.B. Ottawa, Illinois Phi Gamma Delta; Michigamua; Sphinx; Michigan Daily (l)-(4), Assistant Busi- ness Manager (4); Union Opera Com- mittee (2), (3). DAVID SCHEYER Oak Park, Illinois Michigan Daily (1), (2); Fencing. A.B. MARGARET SCHLATER Detroit, Michigan A.B. LILY MARIA SCHMID . . B.S. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Helen Newberry Residence; Hockey; Basketball; Baseball (4). DOROTHEA ELIZABETH SCHMIDT . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Delta Pi; Women ' s Editorial Club (2); Architectural Society; Board of Representatives (3), (4); League Bazaar (2), (3); Junior Girls ' Play; Kappa Phi (3), (4). ERWILLI MARGARET SCHNEIDER . A.B. Benlon Harbor, Michigan Betsy Barbour; Senior Society; Mich- iganensian Business Staff (2), (3) ; Junior Girls ' Play; Chairman Freshman Pag- eant; Sophomore Circus; Women ' s League Board of Directors. LORENA NATALIE SCHNIRRING B.S. in L.S. Ypsilanti, Michigan VIOLET ANITA SCHELL . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Delta Pi; Wesley Players (3). (4); Kappa Phi (l)-(4). JOSEPH SAXE SCHERMACK . B.S. in M.I ' " .. Detroit, Michigan Delia Alpha Epsilon. EDGAR CHARLES SCHICK . . D.D.S. Schenectady, New York Delta Sigma Delta. FREDERICK SCHMID .... A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan J. RAY SCHMIDGALL . B.S. in Aero. E. Chicago, Illinois Phi Kappa Tau; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Varsity Band (2)-(4). MARTHA ROWLETT SCHMIDT . A.B. in Ed. Washington, District of Columbia HOWARD WILLIAM SCHNEIDER M.S. in For. Benton Harbor, Michigan Sigma Zeta; Class Secretary (3); Class Vice President (4); Forestry Club. JOHN BURTON SCHOENFELD . . M.D. Bartlesville, Oklahoma Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Beta Pi; Galens; Football (l)-(3); Class President (3). DUDLEY JOHN SCHOLTEN . Kalamazoo. Michigan Sigma Nu. A.B. JOHN MALCOLM SCHRADE . . LL.B. Sergeant, Pennsylvania Sigma Delta Kappa (6); Barristers (6); Adelphi (4). CARLISLE FREDERICK SCHROEDER . M.D. Wyandotte, Michigan Thcta Kappa Psi. HlLDEGARDE LOUISE SCHUEREN . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Helen Newberry Residence; Portia; Michiganensian (1), (2); Inlander; Freshman Pageant, Undergraduate League Campaign; Junior Girls ' Play. EDWARD VICTOR SCHULHOUSER B.S. in C.E. Marshfield, Wisconsin Tau Beta Pi; A.S.C.E.;Web and Flange. CHARLES W. SCHURRER . B.S. in Civil E. Detroit, Michigan OSCAR DAVID SCHWARTZ . Detroit, Michigan Phi Delta Epsilon. A.B. DAVID O. SCOTT . B.S. in For. Con. Bay Village, Ohio Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Gargoyle; Class Secretary (4); Forestry Club. VIRGINIA LUCILLE SCIIOOF . . A.B. Riverside, Illinois Martha Cook Building; Rifle (3), (4); Student Journalists ' Club; Board of Representatives Michigan League (3). Kl.VA J. ScHRADER A.B. Northeille, Michigan EDNA BOBEERN SCHROEDER . B.M. in Ed. Mt. Clemens, Michigan Girls ' Glee Club (2); Choral Union (3), (4); Symphonic League. FRANK AUGUST SCHULER, JR. A.B. North Muskegon, Michigan Sigma Alpha Epsilon. VICTOR P. SCHUMACHER Aurora, lllinoii Delta Sigma Pi. A.B. HAROLD A. SCHWARTZ Detroit, Michigan A.B. LELAND SCHWICHTENBERG . . LL.B. Manitou Beach, Michigan EVART COWLES SCOTT . ' . Fenneille, Michigan Alpha Nu. A.B. SENIORS WALTER SCOTT M.D. Elyria, Ohio Alpha Kappa Kappa; Class Treasurer (1); Class Treasurer (2); Chairman Cap and Gown Committee (4); Medical Vice President of Union (4). WALTER SCZUDLO A.B. Chicago, Illinois Scabbard and Blade; Inlander; Rifle Team. PHILIP R. SEIDEL A.B. Pater son, New Jersey Phi Beta Delta; Class Athletics Manager (3); Junior Manager Intramural Sports. AARON EALR SEVERANCE . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan ROLLAND DOUGLAS SEVERY . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta Rho; Alpha Epsilon Mu; Varsity Glee Club, Secretary (4). DALTON GEORGE SEYMOUR Ann Arbor, Michigan Pi Kappa Alpha; Track (2)-(4). A.B. HAZEL M. SHANKS A.B. Birmingham, Michigan DONALD MAIER SHAPERO Detroit, Michigan A.B. WILLIAM AMES SCOTT . Kalama oo, Michigan Alpha Kappa Kappa; Galens. M.D. HERBERT MATTHEW SEEGER B.S. in Mech. E. Detroit, Michigan CATHERINE SEMER A.B. Escanaba, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega. GLEN R. SEVERANCE . B.S. in E.E. Holland, Michigan A.I.E.E., Secretary A.I. E.E. (4). DALE ALPHA SEYMOUR .... A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Pi Kappa Alpha; Track (3), (4). EMILY ROGENE SEYMOUR . . B.S. Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Sigma Kappa; Athena (1), (2); Fresh- man Pageant. JONES BLACKWELL SHANNON . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Sigma Nu; Golf (2), (4); Secretary Inter- Fraternity Council (4). ALICE GERTRUDE SHELLY . . . A.B. Grass Lake, Michigan Kappa Phi (3), (4). j PAGE 132 SENIORS BHHBHB- MARTHA ALICE SHERMAN . . A. I!. Delriiit, Michigan Helen N ' ewbcrrv Residence; Freshman Pageant; Sophomore Circus. EDITH SHETZER .... Detroit, Michigan A.B. GRACE Lois SHIVELY . A.B. in L.S. Grand Rapids, Michigan KENNETH K. SHOOK . . . D.D.S. Fulton, Michigan Xi Psi Phi; Senior Dental Society. MILDRED GRACE SHUPERT . Dental Hyg. Alpena, Michigan Kappa Delta. MARGARET SIBLEY A.B. New York City, New York Chi Omega; Wyvern; Business Manager Junior Girls ' Play; Chairman Under- graduate Campaign. ROBERT G. SILBAR .... A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Glider Section, Aeronautical Club; Stamp Club; Michigan Daily (l)-(3); Freshman Handbook (3); Opera (3). SAUL LEWIS SILVER . . Detroit, Michigan A.B. WILLIAM LEWIS SHETTER . B.S. in For. llarrisburg, Pennsylvania Forestry Club. RALPH SHIFTMAN A.B. Highland Park, Michigan STANLEY DANIEL SHOEMAKER B.M. in Ed. Addison, Michigan Alpha Epsilon Mu; Varsity Band; Sym- phony Orchestra; Choral Union. THOMAS BENJAMIN SCHULMAN . D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Omega; Senior Dental Society. PEARL W. SHURLOW .... R.N. Lapeer, Michigan Couzens Hall; Choral Union. AHMED MUKHTAR SIJAN . B.S. in Civil E. Beirut, Syria HENRY WILSON SILL .... M.D. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Omega Alpha. SAM SILVERMAN D.D.S. New York City, New York 133 SENIORS AGNES CLARE SIMMONS . A.B. in Ed. Grand Rapids, Michigan Theta Phi Alpha; Junior Girls ' Play; Pegasus; Mummers (4). HOWARD SIMON A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Kappa Lambda; Delta Sigma Rho (3), (4); Michigan Daily (2), (3); Alpha Nu (l)-(4). A. E. SIMS LL.B. Frederick, Oklahoma BEN EVERETT SINGER . . . M.B.A. Grand Rapids, Michigan HOMER CARLISLE SKILLCORN B.S. in M.E. Saginatv, Michigan A.S.C.E.; Web and Flange. EARL MELVIN SLAGH .... A.B. Holland, Michigan DAVID ARTHUR SLOSS . . . A.B. Dearborn, Michigan FORYCE SMALLA B.S. Otsego, Michigan CHARLES LEBRON SIMMONS Detroit, Michigan Alpha Phi Alpha. A.B. S. BEN SIMON D.D.S. Newark, New Jersey Senior Dental Society. ALFRED L. SINGER .... A.B. New York City, New York ALVIN ISAAC SIPPOLA . B.S. in Aero. E. Hancock, Michigan Aeronautical Society. THEODORE R. SKINNER . . LL.B. Westfield, New York Theta Delta Chi; Barristers; Mimes; Opera. MARY KATHERINE SLATE Sandusky, Michigan Delta Zeta. A.B. JOSEPH BERNARD SMALL . . A.B. Ishpeming, Michigan Michigan Daily (l)-(3). ALTON BLAIR SMELTZER . B.S. in M.E. I ' andergrift, Pennsylvania Hermitage; A.S.M.E. (2)-(4). SEXIORS III1IOSS ttv. D.Di IB. ;, .Vnc W . Biin.lero, E Iftlipi . . LLB. fW Birriiiers; Mints; m Kiifo " . ' ) " ' AI.KI-: I.OUGHTON SMITH Elyria, Ohio Kappa Delta. I ' . GERALD SMITH Detroit, Michigan Alpha Kappa Lambda. GERTRUDE A. SMITH VI!. St. Louis, Missouri Delta Gamma; Wyvern; Mortarboard; Hockey; Basketball; Baseball; Secretary- Woman ' s League; President Recorder W.A.A. JOE BATES SMITH A.B. Sandusky, Ohio Delta Alpha Epsilon; Play Production. KENNETH R. SMITH .... LL.B. Lexington, Nebraska Lawyers ' Club; Delta Theta Phi. MARJORIE C. SMITH . A.B. in Ed. Oxford, Michigan Helen Ncwberry Residence. MARSHALL ERNEST SMITH Pontiac, Michigan Delta Theta Phi. LL.B. RAYMOND FRANKLIN SMITH . M.B.A. Endicott, New York Scabbard and Blade (3)-(5); " ' Class Finance Committee (4); Business Ad- ministration Club (4), (5). ANTHONY SMITH . Holland, Michigan A.B. GEER HAMILTON SMITH . . A.B. Ionia, Michigan Alpha Delta Phi. HARRY LEE SMITH . B.S. in Arch. E. Toledo, Ohio Tau Sigma Delta. KARL SMITH B.S. Nfivark, Ohio LESTER SHERALD SMITH . . LL.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Tau Delta Phi. MARJORIE JOSEPHINE SMITH . . A.B. Wichita, Kansas Kappa Alpha Theta; Mu Phi Epsilon. ROBERT EDWARD SMITH . . . A.li. Dts Moines, Iowa Alpha Delta Phi; Chairman Social Com- mittee Senior Class; Assistant Manager Basketball (3). WENDELL DAWLEY SMITH ' . . A.B. Adrian, Michigan Phi Mu Alpha. SENIORS WILLIAM JEROME SMITH . B.S. in M.I ' ' .. Sfio, New York A.S.M.E. (3), (4); Glider Section (4). CHARLES J. SOCALL Detroit, Michigan M.D. BERNICE Louis SOLOMON . . A.B. Pontiac, Michigan Phi Sigma Sigma; Hillel Dramatics; Social Committee Senior Class. SAMUEL P. SOLUMI . B. Arch, in Eng. Niagara Falls, New York Theta Kappa Nu; Track (2), (3); Band (2), (3). LOUISA SOUKUP A.B. Kalamazon, Michigan Collegiate Sorosis; Sophomore Circus; Costumes Junior Giil; ' Play. HO WARD EVERETT SPAFFORD . M.D. Antioch, Illinois Galens. THOMAS HENRY SPARROW . . A.B. Iron Mountain, Michigan CHARLES JOSEPH SPAULDING Ann Arbor, Michigan LL.B. GEORGE SNIDER .... Detroit, Michigan LL.B. RUDOLPH G. SOHLBERG . . . B.S. Menominee, Michigan Beta Sigma Psi; Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Choral Union. JOSEPH SOLOMON LL.B. Akron, Ohio SAMUEL STEPHEN SORKIN Flint, Michigan Phi Lambda Kappa. . ' M.D. MAYNARD NESBITT SOUTWORTH . M.D. r ; Schoolcraft, Michigan Alpha Kappa Lambda; Theta Kappa Psi; Baseball (l)-(4). HOWARD FRANK SPARKIE . . D.D.S. Lansing, Michigan Sigma Pi; Delta Sigma Delta. A.B. GEORGE A. SPATER . . . Detroit, Michigan Michigan Daily (2)-(4). NATHAN NORTON SPECTOR . . D.D.S. Newark, New Jersey Alpha Omega. PAGE 136 EDWARD MAI.I.ORY SPENCER B.S. in Mcch. E. Ann Arbor, Michigan Thcta Xi; A.S.M.K. CHARLES K. STAFF . B.S. in Cli. E. Pleasant Ridge, Michigan Sigma Chi; Tau Beta Pi; Scabbard and Blade. DORIS MARGARET STANDISII . B.M. Jeannette, Pennsylvania Sigma Alpha Iota; University Girls ' Glee Club; Choral Union. JosF.i ' ii STARMAN D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan E. MILTON STAUB .... M.I). Grossf Pointe Park, Michigan Kappa Delta Rho; Phi Beta Pi; Student Christian Association (3). JOSEPH WASHINGTON STEIN . . A.B. Nashville, Tennessee Phi Kpsilon Pi; Boxing Team (l)-(3). DONALD FRANK SHEINBAUGH B.S. in Arch. E. Pontiac, Michigan Alpha Rho Chi. PAUL FREDERICK STEKETEE, JR. . A.U. Grand Rapids, Michigan Phi Delta Thcta; Sphinx (3); Druids (4); Manager Baseball Team (4). KRXF.ST B. SPORLEDF.R . B.S. in Aero. E. Tucson, Arizona Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Scabbard and Blade. AGNES HARRIET STANC .YK Detroit, Michigan Polonia Literarv Circle. A.B. I- ' .MMY I.ou STARK A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan I ' .ta Sigma Phi. F.. GARDNER STARR .... M.B.A. Watertown, AVsc York STAXI.F.Y JOSEPH STAWSKI . . A.B. Riverhead, . ett- York SAMTEI. BENJAMIN STIIXBACH . A.B. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania IRVIN ' HAYDEN STEINBERG . . D.D.S. Mt. Clemens, Michigan Alpha Omega; Phi Eta Sigma; Secretary Senior Dental Society; Chairman Ath- letics Committee (3); Baseball (1). I in RSTON E. STKNSOX . M.D. in Ed. Covington, Michigan SENIORS MARCELIXE REVA STEPNITZ . Dent. Hyg. Romeo, Michigan PHILIP SILLMAN STERN . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Kappa Nu; Phi Eta Sigma; Golf (2); Hillel Foundation Activities. Ross OLIVER STEVENS . B.S. in For. Atlanta, Michigan Alpha Kappa Lambda Fraternity; Les Voyageurs; Forestry Club; Correspond- ing Secretary AKL; Vice President Les Voyageurs; Treasurer Forestry Club; J-Hop Committee. NADINE STEWART . . A.B. in Ed. Watervliet, Michigan Sigma Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Delta Sigma Rho (3), (4); Pi Lambda Theta (3), (4); Portia (3), (4); Mummers (3), (4); Martha Cook Building (3). WILLIAM HURON STEWART . . M.D. Mt. Clemens, Michigan Acacia; Phi Chi, Vice President (2). FRANK STILES, JR M.D. Detroit, Michigan Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Rho Sigma. JOSEPH P. STIVELMAN .... M.D. Brooklyn, New York WILLIAM HUME STOCKWELL . LL.B. Detroit, Michigan Lawyers ' Club. HAROLD W. STERLING Jerome, Michigan Phi Delta Chi. D.D.S. ALBIN JOSEPH STEVENS Calumet, Michigan LL.B. JOHN WOODRUFF STEWART . A.B. in Ed. Bay City, Michigan WILLIAM HOWARD STEWART . . . A.B. Solon, Ohio Phi Kappa Tau; Executive Council Union (2). RUTH STIENER . . . . Dental Hyg. Ann .Irbur, Michigan Louis J. STILLMAN . Detroit, Michigan D.D.S. BRUCE W. STOCKING .... M.D. Cadillac, Michigan Alpha Sigma Phi; Phi Rho Sigma. ALICE KATHERINE STOI.SON Frankfort, Michigan R.N. 138 . -| SEMOKS ARCHIBALD WHITNEY STORMS . Holdredge, Nebraska Tau Kappa Epsilon; Phi Alpha Delta; Lawyers ' Club; Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Sisima Rho; Law Review. MYRTLE OLIVE STRANG .... R.X Fremont, Indiana Handicraft Club; Outing Club. HARVEY GEORGE STRAUB Toledo, Ohio Mpha Tau Omega; Michigamua; Foot ball (3); Baseball (2), (3). L. C. STUART . A.B Mao-illon, Ohio PAUL SUKUPCHAK Bridgman, Michigan HENRY COLES SULLIVAN . . D.D.S Ann Arbor, Michigan Psi Omega; Senior Dental Society. CHARLES WOLFE SUNDAY B.S. in Civil K. Pottsvillf, Pennsylvania Phi Sigma Kappa; Tau Beta Pi; Web and Flange; A.S.C.K. MAURICE RICHARD SUSMAX Detroit, Michigan Senior Dental Society. MAYNAKD BLAIN STOVER . . D.D.S. Grand Rapids, Michigan Psi Omega; Senior Dental Society; Vice President Michigan Union (3). DOROTHY MIRIAM STRAUB . . A.B. Jersey City, New Jersey Xi-ta ' 1 ' au Alpha; Freshman Pageant; Sophomore Circus; Junior Girls ' Play. KENNETH GEORGE STUART . . M.B.A. Schoolcrafl, Michigan Alpha Kappa Lambda; Alpha Kappa Psi; Business Administration Club President. SIIART MORTON STUBER . . M.D. Ann Arbor, Michigan KARL DANIEL SULLIVAN . . LL.B. Chicago, Illinois Delta Theta Phi; Vice President Senior Law. JOHN HOWARD SLMNER B.S. in M.K. Detroit, Michigan Sigma Phi Epsilon. DAVID I.AVERNE SUNDELI. A.B. Jamestown, .etc York Delta Alpha Epsilon. BETTY MARIE SUTHERLAND A.B. Kalamawo, Michigan Collegiate Sorosis; Sigma Alpha Iota; Junior Girls ' Play. PAGE 139 SENIORS m m m A.B. MABEL ELEANOR SUTTON Ann Arbor, Michigan WILLIAM INGLIS SWANSTON B.S. in Mar. E. Battle Creek, Michigan Quarter Deck; Wrestling. CLIFFORD W. SWEDLUND Phoenix, Arizona A.B. HAROLD COWLE SWENSON . . M.D. Grand Rapids, Michigan GLENN CHARLES TAGUE . . . B.S. Wolcolt, New York Sigma Phi Epsilon; Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Manager Hockey (4). MARIAN GERTRUDE TALLMADGE . A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Kappa Alpha Theta. HARRY LEO TAPPERMAN . . M.D. Highland Park, Michigan Phi Lambda Kappa; Former Degree A.B. CLARENCE M. TARZWELL . . A.B. Dfckerville, Michigan -M m WILLIAM PHILIP SVEC . B.S. in Ch. E. Cleveland, Ohio HARRY SWARTZ A.B. Detroit, Michigan Phi Lambda Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi. GLENN M. SWEITZER . . . A.B. La Porte, Indiana Michigan Daily (1); Band (1), (2), (4). MARGARET TAGGETT .... R.N. Kalamazoo, Michigan z MARTIN B. TALIAK .... M.D. Cleveland, Ohio Phi Chi. TOMO TAMBE A.B. Kobe, Japan Helen N ' ewberrv Residence. MORRIS ALBERT TARGER . . . A.B. Newark, New Jersey Tau Epsilon Phi. JOHN II. TATOR D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan Xi Psi Phi; Senior Dental Society; Class Secretary (5). PAGE 140 SENIORS BENJAMIN TAUBER Detroit, Michigan Tau Epsilon Rho. LL.B. NAIDA JEAN TAYLOR . . Dental Ilyg. Glfndale, California ELIZABETH R. TEABOLDT . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan WINSTON WALURON TEMPLEMAYR . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Delta Alpha Epsilon. DAVID TENEBAUM A.B. East St. Louis, Illinois FLORENCE B. TENNANT . . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Gamma; Sigma Delta Phi; Com- edy Club; Portia. ALMA MAE TENNY .... A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega. HELEN MARJORIE TERRY . . A.B. Flint, Michigan Helen Newberrv Residence. JAMES HARRY TAYLOR . B.S. in Ch. E. Wtllnille, Ntw York Thcta Kappa Nu. THADDEUS WARSAW TAYLOR Toledo, Ohio Psi Upsilon. B.S. EUGENIA M. TEGELER . . . R.N. Wisner, Nebraska VERNON DANIEL TEK GATE . LL.B. Holland, Michigan Lawyers ' Club; Class Treasurer (2). CHARLES TENHOUTEN . . . M.D. Newaygo, Michigan Theta Kappa Psi. HERMAN TENNENBAUM . . D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan Phi Kappa Phi. HERMAN GEORGE TER MEEK . B.S. in E.E. Grand Rapids, Michigan A. I. E.E. Student Branch. HELE.NE V. TERRY Detroit, Michigan Gamma Phi Beta. A.B. PAGE 141 m m SENIORS EVERETT SAWYER TEWKSBURY Boston, Massachusetts Delta Sigma Pi. A.B. MAURICE FRANCIS THOMAS Middleville, Michigan A.B. HOWARD CHARLES THOMPSON . D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan Psi Omega. JOHN ATHERTON THOMPSON If ' indsor, Ontario B.S. in E.E. MILTON MARSHALL THOMPSON . LL.B. Osceola, Iowa Michigan Law Review. KENNETH EDMUND THORP B.S. in Ch. E. Ann Arbor, Michigan MARVIN EDWARD TIGNER Parkersburg, West I ' irginia A.B. A.B. GEORGE COOK TILLEY Ann Arbor, Michigan Psi Upsilon; Sigma Delta Chi; Phi Eta Sigma; Sphinx; Michigamua; Phi Beta Kappa; Glider Section; Publicity Chair- man (3), (4); Michigan Daily (1), (2); Night Editor (3); Editor (4); Cross Country (1); Track (1); Class President (1); Student Council (4). JAMES ELLIS THAYER Gary, Indiana Pi Kappa Alpha; Cross Country Mana- ger; Recording Secretary Michigan Union. ELIZABETH THOMPSON . . . A.B. Morenci, Michigan Marth Cook Building; University Girls ' Glee Club; Cosmopolitan Club; World Fellowship Committee; Sophomore Cir- cus; Board of Representatives (3). JAY JUDSON THOMPSON Evanston, lllinni; Beta Theta Pi; Swimming. MARY CORNELIA THOMPSON Detroit. Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha. A.B. WILLIAM GEORGE THORNBOROUGH, |K. LI..B. Warnock, Ohio Delta Alpha Pi; Sigma Delta Kappa. GEORGE HOBART TIDSWELL . M.B.A. Adrian, Michigan Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Delta Sigma Pi; Class Treasurer (4), (S). SEYMOUR TILCHIN Detroit, Michigan A.B. JOHN D. TODD J.D Beaumont, Texas Law Review. PAGE 142 SKMORS STANTOX WESLEY TODD, JR. . A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Psi Upsilon; Sphinx; Michigamua; Michiganensian (l)-(3); Varsity Cheer Leader (4); President Class (4); Chair- man Convocations Committee (4); Chairman Fresh Air Camp Drive (3), (4). ANNA l.onsE TOMLINSON . A.B. in L.S. Whittier, California Choral Union (4). HARRIET VIRGINIA TORRAXCK Cleveland, Ohio A.B. DOROTHY M. TOUFF .... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Epsilon Phi; Wyvern; W.A.A. Board (2); Vice President (3); President (4); Pegasus; J.G.P. Committee; Board of Directors Woman ' s League. JOHN MACMILLAN TOWNSEXD IVyandottf, Michigan Phi Chi. M.I). ROBBIX TOWXSLEY .... A.B. Dayton, Ohio Delta Zeta. CLARENCE ABRAHAM TRAPHAGEN B.S. in K.K. Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Kappa Epsilon; A.I.E.E. FREDERICK DAXIEL TRAUTMAX . M.D. Elk Rapids, Michigan FREDERICK A. TOEPEL . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Phi Kappa Sigma. ROBERT NELSON TORBET . . LL.B. Shreve, Ohio ALEXANDER ERNEST TOTH . . M.B.A. E. Toledo, Ohio Business Administration Club. RALPH M. TOWLEX .... M.D. Detroit, Michigan LAURETTA MAE TOWXSEND . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Zeta; University Press Club; Senior Class Committee; Freshman Pag- eant; Sophomore Circus; Junior Girls ' Play. CEDRIC FRANK TRAEGER . . LL.B. Pforia, lllinnii Phi Mu Alpha; Delta Thcta Phi; Mich- igan Union Opera. IIKRHKRT}E. TRAPI- ... Rogers City, .Michigan Phi Kappa Tau. B.S. JAMES KEARXKY TRAVIS . . . LL.B. llatliesburg, Mississippi Delta Theta Phi. 143 wm m m SENIORS DOROTHY ELIZABETH TREBILCOCK . A.B. Ishpeming, Michigan Delta Delta Delta; Michiganensian (2), (3), Woman ' s Editor (4); W.A.A. GEORGE T. TREMBLE, JR. . . B.S. Ellsworth, Kansas Zeta Psi; Mimes; Michigan Union Opera VIRGINIA TROWBRIDGE . . . A.B. Oak Park, Illinois Kappa Alpha Theta; Freshman Frolic Committee; Vice President Class (2); Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; Mummers ' Dramatic Society (l)-(4); Freshman Pageant; Sophomore Circus; Junior Girls ' Play. NELSON BRUCE TRUESDELL Winfield, Kansas Delta Sigma Delta. D.D.S. LADD JOHN TUREK . B.S. in. Aero. E. St. Joseph, Michigan Sigma Chi. MAUD ETHEL TURNBULL . A.B. in Ed. Douglas, Michigan Alpha Gamma Sigma. LAURA NAOMI TURNER . . . A.B. .Inn Arbor, Michigan JANET ELI ABKTH TUTTLE . . A.B. Clinton, Michigan Chi Omega; Choral Union (2), (3); Glee Club; Kappa Phi; La Sociedad Hispanica. KENNETH STEPHEN TREIBER Erie, Pennsylvania M.D. CLAUDE ALBERT TROTTER Detroit, Michigan Phi Kappa. A.B. TRESSA FLORINE TRUDEAU . A.B. in Ed. Highland Park, Michigan Martha Cook Building; Portia (3), (4). JOSEPH E. TRUSKOWSKI . . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Theta Kappa Nu; Sphinx; Michigamua; Football (2)-(4); Basketball (2)-(4); Baseball (2)-(4); Captain. JEAN MADELINE TURNBULL . A.B. in Ed. Lapeer, Michigan Martha Cook Building. HELEN HARRIETTE TURNER . . B.M. Grand Rapids, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta; Martha Cook Building; Choral Union; Cosmopolitan Club. ESTHER L. TUTTLE Detroit, Michigan LL.B. RUTH B. TUTTLE LL.B. Hn Detroit, Michigan PAGE 144 ; SENIORS VICTOR A. TITTLE .... D.D.S. Ionia, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta. ELIZABETH ANN ULLRICH . . A.H. Mt. Clemens, Michigan Helen N ' ewbcrry Residence; Sophomore Circus; University Girls ' Glee Club (2)- (4); Choral Union (l)-(3). PAULINE E. UNCER .... A.B. ew Haven, Connecticut Alpha Epsilon Phi; Alpha Kappa Delta. STEPHEN FLORENZ URBAN . B.S. in Ch. E. Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Sigma. DONALD JAY VAN ALLSBURG Holland, Michigan LL.B. DORA VYN VANDENBERG . . A.B. New Paltz, New York Gamma Phi Beta; Delta Sigma Rho (3), (4); Sigma Delta Phi (3), (4); Class Vice President (4); Mummers; Sigma Delta Phi; Junior Girls ' Play. JOHN H. VANDERWAL . . . LL.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Phi Alpha Kappa; Lawyers ' Club; Barristers; Class President (4). HENRY JACOB VAN DUENE . . M.D. Holland, Michigan RALPH EORD TYNDALL . A.B. in Ed. Cedar Springs, Michigan ALICE MARION UNDERWOOD . A.B. in Ed. Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Delta Delta; Athena (1); Kappa Phi. JANET PAMELIA UPJOHN . . . A.B. South Pasadena, California Kappa Alpha Theta; Sophomore Circus. CARL HENRY URIST South Haven, Michigan Phi Eta Sigma; Adelphi. A.B. GEORGIA MAE VANDAHARKER . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta; Freshman Girls ' Glee Club; University Girls ' Glee Club (2)- (4). RICHARD VANDERKAH . B.S. in Ed. Grand Rapids, Michigan V. ETHELWYN VANDERVEER . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Sophomore Circus; Junior Girls ' Play; Michigan Dailv (2); Symphonic League Lois SUSAN VAN DUSEN . . A.B. Jasper, Michigan Kappa Kappa Gamma; Martha Cook Building; Athena. PAGE 145 wzmzmwm m HKMORS I MILFORD FRANK VANIK . B.S. in Aero. E. Cleveland, Ohio Aeronautical Society (l)-(5); Michigan Daily (l)-(3); Chimes (2); A.S.M.E.; A.S.T.M. LUCILLE D. VAN NEST . . . R.X. Yale, Michigan Couzens Hall; Choral Club. JOSEPHINE R. VAN VYVEN Rockford, Michigan R.X. Couzens Hall; Class Treasurer (3); Choral Club. EDWIN P. VARY . . . Battle Creek, Michigan Chi Psi; Nu Sigma Xu. M.D. DONALD MELVIN VEDDER . . A.B. St. Charles, Michigan Delta Tau Delta; Finance Committee (3); Social Committee (4); Michigan Union Opera (4). FRANCES ADELE VINCENT . . A.B. Lapftr, Michigan Delta Zeta; University Girls ' Glee Club (3), (4); Freshman Pageant; Sophomore Circus; Orchestra (1). CLARENCE ROLAND VLIET . B.S. in Arch. Birmingham, Michigan Trigon; Architectural Society Repre- sentative (1), (3), (4); Union Opera (3); Chairman Senior C ane Committee. JOEL VUGTEVEEN .... D.D.S. Hudsoni ' ille, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta. A. JOHN VAN KRIMPEN Grand Rapids, Miclii a Choral Union. MARIAN CAROL VAN VLIET Detroit, Michigan Alpha Epsilon Phi; Sophomore Circ Junior Girls ' Play Committee. DOROTHY ALICE VAN ZWALUWENBURG Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Delta Delta; Women ' s League- Bazaar; University Symphony Orches- tra (l)-(3). EMMA MARIA VAUGHN . . . A.B. Mason, Michigan Martha Cook Building; Eta Sigma Phi; Women ' s Education Club Building; Choral Union (3); Kappa Phi (2)-(4); Beta Kappa Rho. MAX LINCOLN VEECH Stronhurst, Illinois Alpha Kappa Lambda; Sigma Delta Kappa. EDWARD RAYMOND VINOPA . . A.B. Titusville, Pennsylvania Phi Delta Theta. OWSLEY VOSE .... B.S. in Arch. Evanston, Illinois Phi Kappa Psi; Gargoyle (1); Class Secretary (2); Assistant Cheer Leader (3). CHARLES RUSSELL WADDELL B.S. in M.E. Niles, Ohio Triangle; Vulcans; A.S.M.E.; Vice President Michigan Union (4). PAGE 146 IB. . IB. . .VB. F- lift MARTIN J. WAGER . . 15. S. in M.K. I ' ttntiac, Michigan A.S.M.E. FRANK WILLIAM WALAITIS . A.B. Detroit, Michigan ' I ' hcta Chi; Sigma Delta Psi; Swimmini: CHARLES M. WALDO . Canisteo, New York Psi Phi; Track (2)-(4). D.D.S. ROBERT PARIS WALKER . . A.B. Lakewood, Ohio Thcta Chi; Sigma Delta Psi; Swimming Team (l)-(4). HARRY W. WALLACE .... A.B. Detroit, Michigan Phi Kappa Psi; Sphinx; Druids; J-Hop Chairman (3); Assistant Football Mana- ger (3). JEAN BARBARA WALLACE . . A.B. Highland Park, Michigan Kappa Alpha Theta; Wyvern; Mortar- board; Board of Directors of League, Vice President League; President Mich- igan Intersorority Association; Wyvern; Junior Girls ' Play; Chairman Life Mem- bership Committee. PERRY I. WALTERS Ann Arbor, Michigan Theta Kappa Psi. A.B. CLIFFORD W. WALTON . . . M.D. Lake City, Michigan Rt in KENYON WAGNER . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Gamma Phi Beta. HAROLD JOHN WALDER . . . A.B. Jackson, Michigan CHESTER NICHOLAS WALKER Royal Oak, Michigan Pi Kappa Phi. A.B. LAWRENCE EDWARD WALKLEY . A.B. Muskegon Heights, Michigan Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Eta Sigma; Mich- igan Daily; Oratorical Association. HERBERT C. WALLACE . . M.D. Saginaw, Michigan Kappa Sigma; Phi Rho Sigma. RUSSELL LEE WALP .... B.S. Youngstown, Ohio Youngstown-Michigan Club; University Bird Club; Botany Journal. ROYAL WILSON WALTERS . M.D. Battle Creek, Michigan Phi Eta Sigma. ' DOROTHY MAY WALTZ . . A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan PAGE 147 mmm m m m SENIORS fAV+ A + AWA A V STUART GEORGE WALZ . . Saginatf, Michigan A.B. BYRON DAVID WARD . . . D.D.S. Ann Arbor, Michigan Psi Omega. EUGENE HENDRIX WARING B.S. in Ch. E. Grand Rapids, Michigan Chi Psi; Publicity Manager Union (3). ABRAHAM WARONOFF . B.S. in Arch. Detroit, Michigan Publication Committee Chairman; Ar- chitectural Society Business Manager. THOMAS A. WARTHIN Ann Arbor, Michigan Theta Chi. A.B. PATRICK M. WATERS . . . M.B.A. Kansas City, Missouri MARGARET BATCHELDER WATKINS A.B. in Ed. Decatur, Illinois Choral Union (3). JOHN WRIGHT WATLING, JR. . A.B. Bloomfilld Hills, Michigan Phi Kappa Psi. IVAN JOYCE WANLESS . B.S. in Nav. Arch. Bay City, Michigan Kappa Delta Rho; Quarter Deck. PHILIP JOHN WARGELIN . A.B. in Ed. -I . Iron, Minnesota Class Secretary (3). I EDWARD LOTHROP WARNER, JR. . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Phi Kappa Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Delta Chi; Druids; Michigan [Daily (l)-(3), Sports Editor (4); Swimming (3), JOHN EDWARD WARRINER . A.B. in Ed. Mt, Pleasant, Michigan Delta Lpsilon; Class President (4). KATHERIXE E. WASHINGTON Detroit, Michigan Delta Zeta. A.B. DALE 1. WATKINS . . B.S. in M.E. Detroit, Michigan RICHARD CLAIR WATKINS . . . A.B. Hastings, Michigan Theta Xi; Opera Music Committee (4); Student Journalism Club (3), (4). FRANK CARLETON WATTERS . A.B. Saginaw, Michigan Phi Kappa Sigma; Michiganensian (2). mmm ! JUSTIN FAKRKI. WAY . . . .A.B. Saginaw, Michigan Psi L ' psilon; Chairman Pipes and Canes Committee (4). JANE ELIZABETH WEBSTER Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Omicron Pi; Mummers (3). A.B. JOSEPHINE AUGUSTA WEDEMEYER . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Theta Pi Alpha; Eta Sigma Phi; House Organix.ation Committee Woman ' s League. EUGENE WEINBERG .... LL.B. Chicago, Illinois Pi Lambda Phi; Michigan Law Review. EDWARD M. WELCH A.B. Detroit, Michigan BEULAH WELCOME R.N. Boyne City, Michigan Couzens Hall. WALDRON W. WELLMAN . . M.D. Highland Park, Michigan EMIL FREDERICK WERLY . B.S. in Ind. E. Chicago, Illinois Alpha Kappa Psi; Rifle Team (1). ORMA FERN WEBER .... B.M. Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega; Delta Omicron; Girls ' Glee Club; Symphonic League; Choral Union; Freshman Girls ' Glee Club (l)-(4). JOHN E. WEBSTER . . B.S. in Ph. Detroit, Michigan Trigon; Delta Sigma Rho; Phi Eta Sigma; President Student Christian Association (4); Varsity Debate (2), (3). WILLIAM MAURICE WEICHSF.I. East Chicago, Indiana Sigma Phi Epsilon. A.B. WILLIAM J. WEINMAN . . . LL.B. Sleubenville, Ohio Sigma Phi Epsilon; Delta Theta Phi; Barristers. JOHN HENRY WELCH Detroit, Michigan A.B. JOHN MORRIS WELLMAN . . M.D. Jamestown, New York Delta Alpha Epsilon; Phi Beta Pi. BYRON WELLS . . . B.S. in M.E. Scottscille, New York WINIFRED MARY WEST . . . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan PAGE 149 8EMOR8 MILLARD CARLYLE WESTRATE B.S. in K.K. Holland, Michigan WILLIAM L. WHALEN .... A.B. Pittsfield, Massachusetts FRANCIS EUGENE WHEELER B.S. in Civil E. Binghamton, New York Kappa Delta Rho; Web and Flange (4); Michigan Technic (2), (3). RICHARD SMITH WHEELER . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Band (1), (2), (4); Alpha Epsilon Mu. DOROTHE M. WHITE . B.S. in Arch. Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Alpha Gamma; Tau Sigma Delta; Architectural Society (4). HOWARD DOUGLAS WHITE . B.S. in E.E. Albion, Michigan MURIEL ETHEL WHITE Glencoe, Illinois Alpha Chi Omega. A.B. DOROTHY WHITING A.B. Cheyenne, Wyoming Delta Delta Delta; Chairman Class Committee (3); Junior Girls ' Play. LESTER GORDON WETMORE Ph. C. in Ph. St. Charles, Michigan Pi Kappa Phi; Class Secretary (1); Class President (3). BETH WHARTO M.B.A. Bradford , Pen Hfyltwnia MALCOLM DONALD WHEELER B.S. in M.F.. Ann Arbor, Michigan WARD O. WHEELER . B.S. in Ch. E. Applrton, Wisconsin ELIZABETH WHITE . Cincinnati, Ohio Alpha Chi Omega. A.B. KENNETH SHELDON WHITE . . A.B. New York, New York Comedy Club (2)-(4); Mimes (3), (4). WILSON WHITE A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Delta Sigma Pi. ALEC WHITLEY . . . A.B., M.D. Detroit, Michigan mms. F.LEANORE TRANCES WHITMAN . . A.B .Inn .Irbor, Michigan Chi Omega. B.S.ii ILL ROWLAND DE BENXEVILI.E KKKRSHAM A.B. Corning, New York Theta Xi; Michigan Daily (3); Cross Country (2); Pipe and Cane Committee (4). M.DEMAR J. A. VlCKMAN . . M.D. Ironivood, Michigan Theta Kappa Psi. MARIAN ISABELLA WIDMAN Detroit, Michigan Kappa Alpha Theta. A.B. MARGARET CAROLYN WIEDER . A. 15. A.B, H B " Calumet, Michigan Sigma Eta Chi; Board of Representa- tives (3); Choral Union (3). .u GLENN C. WIESE . B.S.E. in Ch. E. Ypsilanti, Michigan CATHERINE APPLEFORD WIGLE . A.B. Highland Park, Michigan Betsy Barbour; Senior Society; House Organization Committee. DAVID A. ii.cox A.B Grand Rapids, Michigan Lambda Chi Alpha; Landscape Club. NflAVO f.S ROBERT FREDRICK Wim WORTH . . A.B. Grand Rapids, Michigan Phi Delta Theta; Scabbard and Blade; Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma. FREDERICK R. WICKHAM Delaware, Ohio Kappa Sigma; Lawyers ' Club. LI..B. JOHN CHARLES WIDMAN . B.S. in Aero. E. Detroit, Michigan Phi Sigma Kappa; Triangles; Michi- gamua; Varsity Track (2)-(4); Varsity Football (3), (4); Class Treasurer (2); Chairman of Honor Committee (3). FREDERICK CARPENTER WIDMANN . A.B. Chicago, Illinois Sigma Nu; Druids; Senior Ball Com- mittee; Manager Varsity Tennis (4). RICHARD S. WIENER .... A.B. Fort ' aynr, Indiana Kappa Nu; Chairman Junior Class Ban- quet Committee. CLIFFORD BUELL WIGHTMAN A.B. in I..S. . lt. Pleasant, Michigan Alpha Epsilon Mu; Glee Club (2), (3); Michigan Union (2). ROBERT SANFORD WII.HER . B.S. in E.F.. Pontiac, Michigan JACKSON ANTHONY Vn.cox . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan Phi Sigma Kappa; Chairman Union Underclass Committee (3); Adelphi (1); Member Union Executive Council (3). PAGE 151 SENIORS THEODORE S. WILK .... M.B.A. Virginia, Minnesota Tau Delta Phi; Football (1); Tennis (1). JAMES ORVILLE WILLARD . B.S. in Arch. Cleveland Heights, Ohio Phi Sigma Kappa; Architectural Society; Class President (3); Class Vice President (2); Invitation Committee Chairman (4). WALDO OSCAR WILLHOFT . . LL.B. Nebraska City, Nebraska Lawyers ' Club; Sigma Tau Delta; Mich- igan Law Review. DONALD L. WILSON .... A.B. Jefferson, Iowa Sigma Pi; Sphinx; Football (3), (4). HERBERT C. WILSON . B.S. in Arch. Sandwich, Ontario Alpha Rho Chi. JAMES DONALD WILSON . . D.D.S. Cassopolis, Michigan Alpha Phi Alpha. JOHN LEWIS WILSON .... M.D. Canton, Ohio Theta Kappa Psi; Galens. ZENOBIA EDNA WILSON . . . B.S. Washington, District of Columbia Delta Sigma Theta; Editorial Club. GERAI.DINK E. WILKINSON Lakeside, Michigan A.B. HELEN LOUISE WILLETT . Chicago, Illinois A.B. JACK A. WILLIAMS . B.S. in Arch Detroit, Michigan Alpha Rho Chi; Tau Sigma Delta. DOROTHY POPE WILSON . . B.M. Chicago, Illinois Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice President Sigma Alpha ' Iota (3), President Sigma Alpha Iota (4); Symphonic League Vice Presi- dent (3); Girls ' Glee Club (3); Choral Union (3), (4). ISABEL ELIZABETH WILSON . A.B. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan Martha Cook Building; Pi Lambda Theta; Junior Girls ' Play; Pegasus (4). JAMES EDWARD WILSON . B.S. in Ch. E. Ann Arbor, Michigan Vice President A.I. Ch. E. (4). SARAH GLADYS WILSON . . . A.B. Jackson, Michigan CHARLES ARTHUR WINDSOR Cairo, Illinois Sigma Alpha Epsilon. B.S. in M.E. 152 SENIORS SIDNEY J. WINER Detmil, Michigan Gargoyle (2)-(4); Fcncini; (2)-(4). A.B. THKODORE EDWARD WIXKLER B.S. in M.E. and E.E. Detroit, Michigan WILLIAM GAKRETT WINTER, JK. . A.B. Holland, Michigan Delta Upsilon. GEORGE WINTON Detroit, Michigan A.B. ROBERT ANDREW WISE . . . M.D. Detroit, Michigan CHARLES D. WITHEY . B.S. in Arch. Wellsville, New York Theta Kappa Nu. MYRON HARVEY WOLCOTT . . A.B. Jackson, Michigan BENTON B. WOLFE Detroit, Michigan LL.B. RALPH OTTO WINKELHAUS Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B. THOMAS CHARLES WINTER . . M.B.A. Grand Rapids, Michigan Phi Alpha Delta; Druids; Sphinx; Mich- igan Daily (1), (2); President Business Administration Class (6); Chairman J-Hop; Michigan Opera (2), (3); ' Mich- igan Union Executive Committee (3). BERNADINE ELIZABETH WINTON . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Sigma Kappa; Freshman Glee Club; University Girls ' Glee Club; Choral Union. ROSE MARY WIRZIKOSKI Toledo, Ohio A.B. DAN WITHERS LL.B. McAlester, Oklahoma Phi Delta Theta; Phi Delta Phi. GEORGE E. WOHLGEMUTH . . A.B. Detroit, Michigan FREDERIC E. WOLF .... A.B. Wauseon, Ohio C Delta Theta Phi; Phi Eta Sigma. JOHN S. WOLFF, JR A.B. Detroit, Michigan Chi Psi; Wrestling (1), (4); Football (4). PACE 153 SENIORS BENSON JARVIS WOOD . B.S. in Civil E. Ypsilanti, Michigan Web and Flange (4); A.S.C.E. CORNELIUS BENNETT WOOD . . M.D. Mt. Pleasant, Michigan Nu Sigma Nu. HARRIS LINCOLN WOODBURNE Hastings, Michigan Phi Beta Pi. M.D. DOROTHY WOODROW . . A.B. in L.S. Chicago, Illinois Kappa Alpha Theta; Wyvern; Mich- iganensian (2)-(4); League Board (4); Freshman Pageant; Sophomore Circus; Junior Girls ' Play Committee. FREDERICK ROWLAND WOODWARD . A.B. Fitchburg, Massachusetts Kappa Sigma. HELEN EUDORA WORKMAN . . A.B. L_ Essex, Ontario, Canada Alpha Gamma Delta; Comedy Club (1); Mummers (1). MELISSA HAZEL COBB WORTH . M.D. Ann Arbor, Michigan Alpha Epsilon Iota. GENEVIEVE WOUGHTER . . . A.B. Highland Park, Michigan Martha Cook Building: Junior Girls ' Play (3). A A CHARLES RAYMOND WOOD, JR. B.S. in Aero. E. Webster Groves, Missouri Tau Kappa Epsilon; Vulcans; Track. HARRY ALAN WOOD . . . LL.B. Youngstown, Ohio Delta Theta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. JOHN WOODBURY A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan JOHN W. WOODS D.D.S. Detroit, Michigan Xi Psi Phi; Class President (1). CLARK MOTT WOOLLEY .... A.B. Buffalo, New York GEORGE RENTON WORSFOLD . D.D.S. Grand Haven, Michigan Delta Sigma Delta; Senior Dental Society. WARREN JULIAN WORTH . B.S. in Civil E. Waterbury, Connecticut ! ARTHUR WE LLINGTON WRIGHT . A.B. Monroe, Michigan Kappa Phi Sigma; Michigan Daily (3). SENIORS GARRET BRYANT WRIGHT . Highland Park, Michigan Kappa Phi Sigma; Alpha Nu; Varsity Debating Squad; Press Club. GERALD GEORGE WRIGHT . Detroit, Michigan Psi Omega; Senior Dental Society; President (3). GEORGE A. WULP Ann Arbor, Michigan Class Executive Committee (2), (3). ROLAND ARNET YAEGER . B.S. in Arch. Rochester, New York Phi Kappa Psi; Alpha Rho Chi; Mich- iganensian (3), (4); Class Treasurer (3); , Representatives Glee Club Board (4); Michigan Union Opera (3); Glee Club (3), (4). BERNISE ARTHUR YANCEY Atlanta, Georgia Alpha Phi Alpha. EDWARD FREEMAN YENDALL B.S. in M.E Highland Park, Michigan Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi. EDMUND P. YERKES Northville, Michigan Phi Sigma Kappa. MAURICE YOFFE .... LL.B Harrisburg, Pennsylvania GEORGE FERDINAND WRIGHT . LL.B. Elko, Nevada Lawyers ' Club; Class Treasurer (3). PHINEAS PERSONS WRIGHT . . A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan CLELAND I ' .AKK WYLLIE .... A.B. Durand, Michigan Daily (2), (3); Student Journalist Club. ARA S. YAGIAN A.B. Cleveland, Ohio CHARLES W. YARRINGTON, JR. . B.S. Gary, Indiana Delta Tau Delta. AILENE MAE YEO A.B. West Branch, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega; Wyvern (3); Secre- tary Pan-Hellenic (4); General Chair- man (3); Junior Girls ' Play (3); Sopho- more Circus Chairman (2); Music (1). CARMI J. YOAKUM .... LL.B. Homer, Ohio Phi Delta Theta; Phi Alpha Delta; Barristers. IRVING IRWIN YORYSH . . . LL.B. Jersey City, New Jersey Tau Epsilon Rho; Class Treasurer (5); President Hillel Executive Committee (3). t mmmmm PAGE 155 SENIORS CHARLES REESE YOUNG . B.S. in Aero. E. Canonsburg, Pennsylvania Triangle; Senior Ball Chairman. MARY ELIZABETH ZABEL . A.B. in L.S. Monroe, Michigan Kappa Delta; Junior Girls ' Play Com- mittee (3). MEYER B. ZEFF .... Detroit, Michigan HAROLD HOWARD ZEHNER . . A.B. Reading, Pennsylvania DOMINICK RAOUL ZENO . B.S. in M.E. Port Chester, New York Graduate Webb Institute, New York. ROBERT FRANK ZIMMERMAN . D.D.S. Ortonville, Michigan Xi Psi Phi; Class Vice President (1). WILLIAM ZONNEBELT, JR. . B.S. in Ch. E. Holland, Michigan ROBERT HAROLD ZOUL . Cleveland, Ohio Pi Kappa Alpha. A.B. D.D.S. I IB? ROBERT MtCoi.i, YOUNG . B.S. in M.E. Denver. Colorado SAMUEL WILLIAM ZAHAREE . . A.B. .tun Arbor, Michigan EVELYN BEATRICE ZEHNER . B.S. in Ed. Detroit, Michigan RALPH M. ZELI.MAN .... ' D.D.S. Buffalo, New York Xi Psi Phi. DEAN FLETCHER ZIMMERMAN . A.B. Cleveland Heights, Ohio Phi Sigma Kappa. f STANLEY WILLIAM ZIMMERMAN B.S. in E.E. Detroit, Michigan SAMUEL RICHARD Zoss . . . A.B. Youngstoten, Ohio Phi Delta Epsilon. JOSEPH ZWERDLING .... A.B. Ann Arbor, Michigan Phi Eta Sigma (1); Michigan Daily (1), (2); University Symphony (1), (2); Hillel Foundation Student Council (3), (4). PAGE 156 B.S.inM.l Uab WEE . . ,y. Xtkifii nut . BiinEd . . . . D.D.S. iW tMS . Al ifeOlii HEHAS BiiatL lij A.B. " , A.B. is; UCbodC m : LOWER CLASS OFFICERS WILLIAM GARRISON ERNESTINE WAGNER RUTH MARSHALL FENELON BOESCHE J iterary OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Athletic JAMES SIMRALL Chairman WILLIAM DOUGALL HARRIS NELSON HENRY GROUSE KEITH WILSON LEIGH CHATTERSON ADSIT STEWART GRAHAM SHINNICK NOAH BRYANT STEPHEN DINIUS MARION SHERWOOD SAMUEL SHERMAN HENRY BACON FREDRICK EASTWOOD Advisory KASPER HALVERSAN Chairman CADWELL SWANSON MALCOLM HEIME CLIFFORD NARRY JACK ROSE STUART SMITH NED GALLOWAY ROBERT WOODRUFF DONALD BELL MORTON BELL JACK LEVI ROBERTA REED RUTH BISHOP LINDA SCHREITER Class Book MARY STUART Chairman BEAKS DICKERSON WILLIAM POND WILLIAM GENTRY WHITFIELD HILLYER MARGARET STEVENSON ROBERT GORDON BRUCE PALMER ROBERT FELDMAN WILLIAM BROWNE JOSEPH RUSSELL FLORENCE FRANSEN COMMITTEES Auditing WILLIAM GARRISON ERNESTINE WAGNER RUTH MARSHALL FENELON BOESCHE Invitation KENNETH WILLS Chairman GURNEY WILLIAMS WILLIAM CIONEH WILLIAM ORR HAMILTON SMITH ALFRED STEINKE MORTON PEARSON LUCILLE COSSAR HELEN DOMINE MARY VON BOESLARGER DORIS DENSMORE LEILA RENIHAN Ban quet ELIZABETH WOOD Chairman BETTY MEAD WALTER WILDS MONTGOMERY SHICK JAMES KRAMER RALPH LAWSON GEORGE MARKLEY KARL GILBERT ROBERT PATTON FRANK KING ALFRED CRIPPA Finance GEORGE HOFMEISTER- WALLACE WESSELS GEORGE DUSENBURY LEE BLAZER JACK GILBERT ROBERT GLOSS ROBERT FELDMAN JEANETTE DALE GEORGE RYERSON THOMAS BALDWIN LEO DRAVELING HAZEL IRWIN -Chairman MADELEINE ANDRUS Chairman MARY MORLEY FRANCES JENNINGS JOHN HOSMER DELAVEN MUZZEY JANE HOWARD HELEN JONES ELIZABETH FORD THOMAS LA CICERO ISABEL WILSON NORMAN SHIKES Social ARTHUR REEVES Chairman NELLY NORTON DOROTHY WILSON ROGER TURNER JACK DOBBIN JOSEPH ISEMAN BARBARA FLEURY HERBERT HART MARY RHEFFUS HERBERT GROSSBERG BEATRICE WILE HELEN CHURVIAN ELIZABETH MANER Publicity HAROLD WARREN Chairman BENJAMIN GERSON JESSIE WICHELL VIOLA SHUBERT HERMINE SOUKUP BRUCE PALMER SALLY PATTERSON DOROTHY McGuFFiE JANETTE WOODMANSEE DAVID SMART JAMES HOSMER FRANKLIN FORSYTHE PAGE 158 LOWER CLASS OFFICERS illfM JOHN DIEHL ROBERT THOMPSON ROBERT SCOVILLE WILLIAM FOUCH 1931 Engineering OFFICERS President J HN DIEHL Pice-President ROBERT THOMPSON Secretary ROBERT SCOVILLE Treasurer WILLIAM FOUCH COMMITTEES Advisory EDWIN RUSSELL Chairman GEORGE NEURENBERG LEON LEGATSKI Finance WILLIAM SNYDER Chairman HOWARD BJORK HAROLD KOPP CORNELIUS LUTZ Athletic Louis ZANOFF Chairman STUART DAVISON ROBERT CAMPBELL IRVING VALENTINE Social LEONARD LOGAN Chairman DONALD BOYD CARL BAUER RICHARD HOLLISTER LOWER CLASS OFFICERS MARTIN CROWE JULIA CONL1N DALE MEHKINX; FLOYD JOHNSON Architecture OFFICERS President MARTIN CROWE Vice-President JULIA CONLIN Secretary DALE MEHRING Treasurer ' FLOYD JOHNSON COMMITTEES Athletic WILLIAM DENLER Chairman JAMES RHINES FREDERIC FUGER JOHN POTTLE FREDERICK RINK Publicity JAMES SLIMMON Chairman FREDERICK ARNET DAVID ROSSER Finance FREDERICK SCHWEITZER Chairman ELWYN BOWERS ROBERT HARTWICK JAMES BROWN MARJORIE McGuiRE Social CLAUDE GUNN Chairman MORTIMER HAWKINS ELIZABETH CUTLER FLOYD JOHNSON JOHN WHEELER 160 LOWER CLASS OFFICERS GEORGE MC LAUGHLIM JOHN MAC PHERSON MELVIN KNIGHT CHARLES BELL Medicine OFFICERS President .... ....... GEORGE MCLAUGHLIN ice-President . . ' ..... ... JOHN MACPHERSON Secretary ... - ........ MELVIN KNIGHT Treasurer . CHARLES BELL COMMITTEES Athletic ALBERT STOLPMAN Chairman Louis BRAITMAN RUDOLPH CLARY Executive JOHN GALBRAITH Chairman CHARLES BURGESS SPENCER FLO DONALD MARSHALL WILLIAM SODEMAN JAMES YANT Honor Council CHARLES MC!NTYRE -Chairman WALLACE STEFFENSON FREDERICK BRADY Auditing LAWRENCE BACH- -Chairman EMIL ROTH ALBERT Zoss Finance JOHN KEYES Chairman PAUL MEADER WALTER HAMMOND Socutl LEIGHTON SHANTZ Chairman FRANCIS HERINGHAUS EVELYN WEEKS PAGE 161 " JM ' AirATAvAi LOWER CLASS OFFICERS GEORGE BOWERS HAROLD HAND EARL GLOCHESKI PAUL MENDENHALL 1931 OFFICERS President GEORGE BOWERS Vice-President ' HAROLD HAND Secretary . .... EARL GLOCHESKI Treasurer PAUL MENDENHALL COMMITTEES Advisory FREDERICK PARKER Chairman WILLIAM EMERY WILLIAM SEMPLINER Finance WILLIAM COULTRAP Chairman ROBERT FINCH WRIGHT CONRAD DONALD WILLIAMS ADRIAN VERSPOUR Auditing LAWRENCE BEUKEMA Chairman ROBERT FARMER BRUTAN MARKS Publicity DAVID KENDALI Chairman BERNARD KLIVANS ALBERT DIMMERS Social SAMUEL GAWNE Chairman RO BERT QUINN HAROLD PARKER HOWARD MILLS CARL CARLSON PAGE 162 LOWER CLASS OFFICERS DENZIL GRAY JAMES KEENAN VAUGHN SHILLING ' Dentistry OFFICERS President PAUL PATE Pice-President DENZIL GRAY Secretary JAMES KEENAN Treasurer VAUGHN SHILLING COMMITTEES Advisory JOSEPH MARKET Chairman CARL ANDERSON LELAND KILE Athletic HAROLD GLOCHESKI Chairman ABRAHAM COLLINS DEAN MORTON Finance VAUGHN SHILLING Chairman SHERMAN DILLINGHAM HAROLD ALLSHOUSE Social CLAYTON KASER Chairman DOUGLAS JAMIESON CHARLES PAYNE PACE 163 LOWER CLASS OFFICERS ELIZABETH CROZKR PAULINE HALE PHILIP WARGELIN HELEN KKRW1N Sducafion OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treas urer ELIZABETH CROZER PAULINE HALE PHILIP WARGELIN HELEN KERWIN Group Council PAULINE HALE HELEN MERDZINSKI MARIE FITZGERALD PHILIP WARGELIN DOROTHY MEADE ELIZABETH CROZER HELEN KERWIN RHEA SCHIEL RUTH PENCE PAGE 164 LOWER CLASS OFFICERS ft MARCUS 1RWIN ROBERT DIXON WILBUR CHAPMAN LESLIE BRANDT Bu si ness - Administration OFFICERS President ............. MARCUS IRWIN V ice-President ... .... ROBERT DIXON Secretary .... ... WILBUR CHAPMAN Treasurer ........ LESLIE BRANDT Advisory PAUL WEIRS Chairman KARSTEN KENNEDY LAWRENCE REED EDGAR MAPES Executive DORT PETTIS Chairman ARTHUR PEAPPLES GEORGE SPATER WALTER HARRIS COMMITTEES Athletic EDWARD WARNER Chairman FRANCIS CORNWELL MARSDEN HUBBARD GEORGE FELHMAN Finance THOMAS ALDRICH Chairman WILLIAM MILES VICTOR SCHUMAKER FREDRICK MARSHALL EDWARD GOODMAN Chairman CLARENCE HILL MORRIS JOHNSON BESSIE EGELAND PAGE 165 LOWER CLASS OFFICERS HARLAN BOND RUTH WEILER MARIAN SEARLES KENNETH OSBORNE OFFICERS President HARLAN BOND Fice-President RUTH WEILER Secretary MARIAN SEARLES Treasurer KENNETH OSBORNE COMMITTEES Advisory ALBERT FREEMAN Chairman ENNIS FLEMING EARL BRUNETT Auditing MARY LABOUR Chairman EUNICE KRAMER ALLEN CALAHAN Finance BARTON STEVENSON Chairman VIVIAN CROOPE MARGUERITE HENRY Social KENNETH BALL Chairman MARGARET HAWLEY AUDREY HANER 166 LOWER CLASS OFFICERS RALPH HARDY CHARLOTTE MAULBETSCH MILDRED TODD DAVID NICHOL 1932 J iterary OFFICERS President RALPH HARDY Vice-President CHARLOTTE MAULBETSCH Secretary . MILDRED TODD Treasurer DAVID NICHOL COMMITTEES Advisory JAMES SHEAHAN Chairman GEORGE HERR KENNETH SANDY ROBERT GOLDSTEIN BYRON DALRYMPLE VINCENT NASH IRA GRINELL KARL HIRT NORMA BROWN MARY ELIZABETH DUNN BENJAMIN FRANKEL GLADYS ICHELDINGER Sophomort Promenade FREDERIC BUCHAN Chairman JAMES PAGE EDWIN RUSSELL CHARLES SOMMERS SIBLEY SEDGEWICK CHARLES WISE DALE DF.WITT MILTON SORACK JACK KREKELER ALFRED PALMER JAY SIKKENGA MORTON BARRIS JACK BAILEY GERALDINE MEGORA BETTY GERHARD HARRY BENJAMIN Finance EDWARD MUIR Chairman STANLEY BETZ HARRIET ADAMS BETTY SMITH DANIEL BLUMER ALBERT BAKER HARCOURT PATTERSON MAURINE KNOK FLORENCE TAYLOR OSCAR LUNDIN FRANK BESSINCER SAMUEL OILS DONALD McDoNALD Auditing WILLIAM KEARNS Chairman JOHN HUBLY ELIAS MILLER ROBERT O ' BRIEN . CARLTON VANWAGONER JOSEPH STABNICK ARTHUR GOUDY CLARENCE RAHILLY ROBERT AMBERG GUSTAVE REICH PAUL HADDON WILLIAM LARSON WALTER LEAN Publicity WILLIAM PAGE Chairman JOHN DENLER THOMAS DONNELLY CARL FORSYTHE HARVEY BALD CHARLES SPRAWL WILLIAM HARRIS DANIEL BOONE EMMET EAGAN ROBERT CRAWFORD PAUL ERWIN JOSEPH FRANK Social DALE DfiWiTT Chairman MORTON HARRIS JACK BAILEY ALFRED PALMER DANIEL BOONE HARRY BENJAMIN MILTON SORACK JACK KREKELER JANE COHEN JOSEPH RENWITCH JAY SIKKENGA FREDERIC BRACE KENNETH HOUCK BETTY GERHARD JEANETTE SCHREMER CULLAN KENNEDY JOSEPH WINTER WILL GORDON BERT ECGERT Women ' s DOROTHY ELLSWORTH Chairman MARGARET THOMPSON HELEN AULPH DOROTHY SAMPLE HILDA MENDOLSON VIRGINIA OLDS HELEN CARRM JOSEPHINE CONVISER EMMA TOWNSEND Athletic ROBERT CLARKE Chairman THOMAS ROAD NORMAN DANIELS CHARLES SEDA MAYNARD MORRISON JAMES HARRIS EDWARD HAYDEN SYDNEY RAIKE EMMETT O ' NEILL WALTER STERN Executive EDWARD MACORMICK Chairman HOBART SKIDMORE JOHN DUFFIELD HOWARD GOULD FRANK BAKER KENNETH McCALLUM HENRY GERGSTROM ALFRED PALMER HARRY COOK PACE 167 LOWER CLASS OFFICERS ROBERT JONES JAMES CANDI.ER KEENE JACKSON KmVAKIl IIAMMUN1) Engineering OFFICERS President ROBERT JONES rice-President JAMES CANDLER Secretary KEENE JACKSON Treasurer ' EDWARD HAMMOND COMMITTEES Advisory ROBERT GARRISON Chairman MELVIN MONSON ROBERT ARNOLD CARL STAELIN Finance LAWRENCE WHITSIT -Chairman JAMES MACORMICK MURRAY MOSSER ALLISON EVANS Publicity ROBERT DAVIS Chairman DONALD MILLER JOHN MAPES Athletics JOHN ANDERSON Chairman EDWIN RUSSELL ROBERT LADD STANLEY CHASE Jackets ROLLIN CLARK Chairman HOWARD FETTES HERBERT SILMAN JACK BEECHLER Social Louis APPLEYARD Chairman DWIGHT CHURCH JAMES BRYANT Sophomore Prom FREDERICK BUCHAN- -Chairman SIBLEY SEDGWICK CHARLES SOMMER CHARLES WISE JAMES PAGE WXKKKi mm LOH ' ER CLASS OFFICERS JOHN GRAY RUSSELL BAILEY SYLVESTER STEPNOSK] STANLEY FLEISCHAKER 1932 Architecture OFFICERS President JOHN GRAY V ice-President RUSSELL BAILEY Secretary SYLVESTER STEPNOSKI Treasurer . STANLEY FLEISCHAKER I COMMITTEES Athletic WILLIAM POCOCK Chairman HOLGER CARLSON STEWART WHITE JOHN WHITE Publicity MALCOM STIRTON Chairman JOHN JACOBS ALICE TARNAY MIRIAM FINSTERWALD Finance JOHN MARTINDALE -Chairman LOUISE HENEZ DONALD GILMAN WILLIAM BALBACH EMIEL BECKSKY WILLIAM TSCHUMY Social LYLE ZISLER Chairman MARGARET KEELER DONALD CHAFFEE GLASSON COOMBE RUSSELL BAILEY CHARLES O ' BRIEN 169 LOWER CLASS OFFICERS JOSEPH BELSI.EY HAROI.U WOUGHTER LAWREN ' CE GOODMAN WINDSOR DAVIES OFFICERS President , JOSEPH BELSLEY Vice-President . HAROLD WOUGHTER Secretary LAWRENCE GOODMAN Treasurer WINDSOR DAVIES COMMITTEES Executive RUSSELL DsToNG Chairman HERBERT MACNEAL ARTHUR RICHARDSON EDWIN RENNELL LAWRENCE BERG EUGENE HARD Honor Council MORTON HAVEMAN WALTER ERXLEBEN PAGE 170 OFFK WILl 1AM 1 " -sNKK MICHAEL MAXIAN MILTON BAILEY 1932 " Dentistry OFFICERS President WILLIAM MOSSNER Pice-President MICHAEL MAXIAN Secretary MILTON BAILEY Treasurer HENRY WALKOTTEN COMMITTEES Advisory THEODORE LEAVITT, JR. -Chairman BERT ROBERTS ORRIN SOPER Finance HENRY WALKOTTEN Chairman CLARE WIEDLEA STANLEY YATES Athletic OLEN McCoNNELL Chairman WILLIAM ANDERSON MICHAEL ENGELMAN Sofia MELBOURNE MURPHY Chairman NORMAN BOWBEER KENNETH RYAN PAGE 171 LOWER CLASS OFFICERS RAYMOND HETTERICK GEORGE GRIGGS THOMAS SAMUELS HOWARD B A I. DOCK 1932 Pharmacy OFFICERS Athletic President , RAYMOND HETTERICK Vice-President GEORGE GRIGGS Secretary . . .- TOM SAMUELS Treasurer HOWARD BALDOCK COMMITTEES Finance ALBERT ANSON Chairman HARVEY WECLEW Publicity GEORGE YEOTIS Chairman HARRY TURKOWITZ PERRY COOK HOWARD BALDOCK- Chairman THOMAS SAMUELS FREDERIC FOSTER Social GEORGE GRIGGS Chairman AMOS Twiss LOWER OFFICERS i I.EO NORVILLE EDWIN POORMAN FLORENCE CLEMENT SHERWOOD AKE 1932 OFFICERS President ........... LEO NORVILLE Fice-Presidfnt .... EDWIN POORMAN Secretary ........... FLORENCE CLEMENT Treasurer ..... SHERWOOD AKE COMMITTEES Advisory Athletic CHARLES CORRELL Chairman WILLIAM KENNEY RALPH ROHRBACH NORMAN SORTOR EDWARD WELCH HENRY TOTYKE Chairman HARVEY STRANB RICHARD FOSTER JOSEPH MEIGHER Social LOY SUTHERLAND Chairman LAURA JOSLYN DANA NORTON ARNOLD MCCLINTOCK PAUL CHITTENDEN 173 LOWER CLASS OFFICERS Mm WINCHESTKR RICHARD EMILY RANDALL KATHI.KKN Ml RI ' HV ERIC WILD OFFICERS President WINCHESTER RICHARD Vice-President EMILY RANDALL Secretary KATHLEEN MURPHY Treasurer ERIC WILD COMMITTEES Advisory GEORGE POINAR- -Chairman GENEVIEVE GRIFFRY WARREN KETCHAM Finance PHILLIP POLLEY Chairman PAUL SIMPSON DATUS MOORE Auditing ROBERT CRANDALL Chairman EDNA MCKENZIE DORTHEA TORBESON Social LYLE SMITH- -Chairman MARJORIE BALLARD ERMA KROPP PAGE 174 IAWER OFFICERS JOHN 111 " s MARY GROTE JEAN W1NSLOW 1933 OFFICERS President Fice-President Secretary Treasurer JOHN Huss . MARY GROTE JEAN WINSLOW Louis HOLLAND Advisory HARRY BEGLEY Chairman JAMES TEMPLE WYMAN HOHN RICHARD EGAN MARY LECKNER EVELYN LEHMAN PHILIP LATHBONE JEAN COWDEN KATHERINE CHALLERGER Auditing DONALD BAUDEMAN Chairman FRANCIS STEWART HARVEY HARRINGTON HELEN DE VITT VIRGINIA TAYLOR BARBARA BRAUN MARGARET O ' BRIEN HARRY VAUGHN THOMAS WALL COMMITTEES Discipline JERRY ROSENTHAL Chairman DANIEL MARCUS HENRY LARGE CHARLES SANER DANIEL AARON HERBERT BREYFOGLE CHARLES PALMER Louis HANER JAMES LARKIN Sofia JOHN VANSANT Chairman ROBERT CARSON ANN TOBIN MARTHA WHEELER KENNETH YOURD MARGARET SHERMACK HELEN BANZ MARIAM ROOT SAMUEL BRANDON Athletic PARKER TERRYBERRY Chairman NED TURNER JAMES JENKINS RICHARD REYNOLDS JAMES GRUBE JACK ROOT ERNEST FREEMAN ROBERT EVANS JOHN KELI.EHR Cap Night JOSEPH OAKLEAK Chairman CHARLES REDD EDWIN KRETSKE RODERICK Cox WILLIAM KELLY FOREST BALDWIN VIRGIL SHEPARD ALLAN BEARD BENJAMIN HIBSCHMAN Finance ROBERT SCHOEN Chairman WILLARD BROWN NEIL GATES JUNE SLOTE LUCIEN CHIPLEY ELEANOR LOCK BARBARA SCOTT MARGARET EIDSON CARLETON CARVER PAGE 175 LOWER CLASS OFFICERS CARL WHITE ROBERT WILSON ROBKR1 HARRISON EUGENE ELLSWORTH I 933 Engineering OFFICERS President CARL WHITE Vice-President ROBERT WILSON Secretary ROBERT HARRISON Treasurer . . EUGENE ELLSWORTH COMMITTEES Advisory and Publicity JAMES HAYWARD Chairman GUSTAVE NELL JOHN MORLEY THEODORE SMALL Finance HOWARD HENTZ Chairman CHARLES WORST RICHARD MARTIN ROBERT HAYES RICHARD McCREARY Athletic DONALD HAEFELE Chairman HOWARD JONES RICHARD HART WESLEY GROVER MICHAEL KILROY Social Ross UTTING Chairman FRANK RILEY FREDERICK BRETT PAUL NELSON DAVID ALLEN MmKOMMnnm PAGE 176 LOWKR CLASS W 1C KKS JOSEPH WHITK DUNCAN SEATON WALLACE WILSON MARTIN DE VOS Architecture OFFICERS President ...... ...... JOSEPH WHITE Pice-President . . . DUNCAN SEATON Secretary ............ WALLACE WILSON Treasurer .... MARTIN DE ' OS COMMITTEES Athletic ALBERT ROUSE Chairman EMORY LELAND GERALD YOUNG ROBERT BENSINGER CHARLES BEYERLEIN Publicity EDWARD BOWEN Chairman MABEL McCuTCHEON CLARENCE SCHOEN Finance STUART WILLIAMS Chairman RAYMOND EISERMAN FRANK GERHART JOHN DYKSTERHOUSE WALTER JOHNSON Sofia CARL SCHNEIDER Chairman NOEL TURNER FREDERICK ELLIS HELEN NECHODOMA 177 LOWER CLASS OFFICERS REX DIGBY DONALD O DELL CARLTON YOUNG JOHN GIBSON J 933 Pharmacy OFFICERS President REX DIGBY Vice-President DONALD O ' DEI.L Secretary CARLTON YOUNG Treasurer JOHN GIBSON COMMITTEES Athletic DAVID RICE Chairman SAMUEL VUJONOVIC BERNARD O ' CONNELL Publicity JOHN LAMBRINOFF -Chairman LEO JOHNSON AUGUSTUS CALLOWAY Finance JOSEPH PINKHAM- -Chairman JAMES GWYN FRANK CHATFIELD Social KATHRYN GLASPIE Chairman VICTORIA ALSZYNSKI raft mmm PAGE 178 GEORGE SLAGLE GEORGE FRANENBERGER JOHN JOHNSON ROBERT MEYER OFFICERS President GEORGE SLAGLE Pice-President ...... . GEORGE FRANENBERGER Secretary .... JOHN JOHNSON Treasurer ROBERT MEYER COMMITTEES Executive Council FRANK GIMSKI Chairman WILLIAM MARTIN WILLIAM WELLS RUTH LATHAM Louis HERMAN PHILLIP BROWN Honor Council GILBERT SALTONSTALL FRANK LATHROP Smoker THOMAS THOMAS Chairman JACK TOLAN PERRY WALTERS PAUL WERMER MILLIARD LOCKWOOD PAGE 180 FEATURES MISCELLANY PAGE 181 FEA TURKS 1 HE frosh " come out ' ' at Burs- ley ' s lawn-party. The university springs into activity and disci- pline appears in the guise of Andy Gump. Potential " big-shots " per- sue their aspirations toward future positions on the Gargoyle, the Daily, and ' Ensian, and develop their commercial instincts through loud sales-talk along the Diagonal. Returning students note that the Law Club is not yet out of its growing stage. L OTS appear. The sophs assert their traditional rights and teach this year ' s frosh what to do to next year ' s frosh. The newcomers nurse skinned noses, barked shins, and shattered illusions. Pledge- buttons grace lapels, and an air of bewilderment predominates. Frosh shinny up lamp-posts hang in trees like monkeys sing, (very badly) propose to passing campus queens, and row imaginary boats up and down State Street. FEATURES FOOTBALL as it is appreciated by the bondholder ' s and wives of the alumni from their seats in the center-sections. Between the halves is half of any game this is the spectacle, the color and glamor. A band that can spell anything but Truskowski, and yell leaders who can do everything but hop, skip, and jump over the goal posts and still keep their trousers white. Here is consolation for that great majority who don ' t know a goal-post from a ferry-boat. FEATURES - EN Sophomores proving that fifty thousand Freshmen can be wrong. The biggest day in the year for Ann Arbor paint mer- chants. Each Freshman en- counters one of the biggest disap- pointments of his first year when he can ' t find the particular Sopho- more who rooms across the hall from him. Finally a battle scarred crew of victorious veterans drag the tug-of-war rope up State Street. Everybody goes home to get cleaned up and finds that the Juniors and Seniors have used all the hot water. PAGE 185 FEATURES .HOMECOMING Action blaz- ing colors blaring sound pro- found anticipation. Old grads single and in groups with their families looking bored without their families looking sublimated long bets and short hoists. Racing cars and flying pennants. Streets crowded with students, grads, bondholders and venders. Groups chattering on fraternity verandas. Planes roaring across the town and above the stadium. 186 wrnsm FEATURES A shouting, jostling multitude thundering down Main Street. Smell of gasoline, cigarettes and what not. Pavement littered with candy - wrappers, cigar - butts, crushed " mums " and a broken flask or two. The Stadium smooth turf in a pit lined with enthusiastic hu- manity. Red hats blue hats green and white and yellow hats - a haze of smoke and a maze of color. Cheers, cat calls and cow- bells Homecoming. I FEATURES 188 ATHLETICS ATHLETICS LEE HAMMOND YOST DUFFY ANDERSON in CHARME ALEXANDER WHEKLER The ISoard in Control of Athletics of the University o The Board in Control of Athletics is composed of fourteen members: seven representatives of the University Senate, two students selected by the Athletic Association, three Alumni selected by the Board of Regents, and the President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, ex-officio members. It is in direct control of all questions pertaining to athletics and makes and enforces all rules relative to eligibility, and intercollegiate relations. Through a separate corporation known as the Board in Control of Athletics of the University of Michigan all financial and property matters are handled. PERSONNEL Chairman .......... PROFESSOR RALPH V. AIGLER Secretary ........... DIRECTOR FIELDING H. YOST ALFRED O. LEE HENRY C. ANDERSON JAMES E. DUFFY, Bay City LAVERNE H. TAYLOR FACULTY JOHN ALEXANDER ALUMNI THOMAS HAMMOND, Chicago ROBERT C. ANGELL LEWIS M. GRAM CHARLES B. DUCHARME, Detroit STUDENTS C. JACK WHEELER mimm PAGE 189 ATHLETICS RAY L. FISHER Varsity Baseball Coach Coach Fisher was graduated from Middlebury College in 1909 and went directly to the New York Americans, where he remained until he entered the army in 1918. After the war he pitched for the Cincinnati Reds for two years and acted as Athletic Director at Middlebury between seasons. Since he came to Michigan in 1922 his teams have won three conference championships. His knowlege of pitching and his ability to teach are well shown by the fact that two last years varsity hurlers go directly to the major leagues. GEORGE F. VEENKER Varsity Basketball Coach George Veenker was graduated from Hope College in 1916 after he had won letters in football, basketball, baseball, and track. During the war he served as a pilot in the air service and for seven years following the armistice he was athletic director of the high schools of Hammond and Gary, Indiana. Coach Veenker came to Michigan in 1926 and was made head basketball coach two years later. Since that time he has changed the Michigan style of play from the western to the more effective eastern type and has had unusual success. JACK L. BLOTT Freshman Baseball Coach Jack Blott was selected on Walter Camp ' s 1923 All American eleven for his brilliant playing at center. He also starred in base- ball for the Maize and Blue and was captain of the 1924 confer- ence championship team. Following his graduation from the university, he caught for one season with the Cincinnati Reds, but returned in the fall to accept the position of assistant coach in football, baseball, and basketball. He has since been made head coach of freshman baseball. CLIFFORD KEEN Farsity Wrestling Coach Coach Keen came to Michigan in 1926 and his mat squad won the Eastern Division Championship of the Big Ten that year. He has always produced strong teams and last year he was re- warded with a conference championship. Two of his men were finalists in the 1928 Olympic games. Keen is a graduate of Oklahoma A. and M. College where he was a star in football as well as wrestling. Besides coaching, Keen is attending the Mich- igan Law School. STEPHEN J. FARRELL Varsity Track Coach After sixteen years of coaching the Wolverine track team " Steve " Farrell is to retire. One of the best known coaches in the country, he has turned out strong teams every year and has won several championships for Michigan. In his youth Farrell was famous as a dash-man and middle-distance runner. He coached at the University of Maine and at Ohio State before coining here and served also as varsity football trainer for the first four years after his arrival. wmmMm HARRY C. KIPKE I ' arsity Football Coach Harry Ripkc was one of the greatest and most versatile athletes ever produced at Michigan. He won three letters each in football, basketball, and baseball, and in 1922 was honored with selection on Walter Camp ' s All American eleven. Kipke coached at the University of Missouri for two years following his graduation and then came back to Michigan as assistant coach. In 1927 he ac- cepted a position at Michigan State, where he remained until he returned to his alma mater two years later. CHARLES B. HOYT Varsity Trainer and Freshman Track Coach " Charlie " Hoyt, as an undergraduate at Grinnell, was one of the greatest sprinters in the country. He still holds the inter- scholastic record for the 100-yard dash and up until 1924 held the world ' s record for the 220-yard dash on a curved track. Hoyt was trainer at Grinncll and Director of Athletics for the Sioux City, Iowa high schools before he came to Michigan in 1923. It has recently been announced that he is to succeed " Steve " Farrcll, who retires this season, as varsity track coach. BENNIE OOSTERBAAN Assistant Coach Bennie Oosterbaan, one of the best natural athletes who ever wore the Maize and Blue, joined the Michigan coaching staff after he was graduated in 1928. Oosterbaan won letters in football, basketball, and baseball, and was selected as an All-American end for three successive years. He was high scorer for the Big Ten in basketball and one of the leading batters in the conference. MATT MANN Farsity Swimming Coach Since his arrival at Michigan a few years ago Matt Mann has built up a swimming tradition that is attracting nation wide prep school talent. For the last three years his teams have won the conference championship, besides a national title. Last year six of his swimmers placed on the All-American team. Mann himself is highly reputed as a swimmer, winning the famous British Open race while a youth. His most outstanding coaching positions before coming to Ann Arbor were at Harvard, Yale, and the United States Naval Academy. FRANKLIN C. CAPPON Assistant Director of Athletics " Cappie " Cappon won the Conference Medal in 1924 for his excellency in scholarship and athletics. He played football for three years and was named Utility-Man on Camp ' s All-American. He also played guard on the basketball team for two years. Cappon coached at Luther College for two seasons and later at Kansas University for the same length of time. He returned to Michigan in 1928. PACE 191 ATHLETICS tt4WA All- C onference WALTER ECKERSALL in selecting Alan Bovard for the center post on his all-conference eleven remarked, " Although not a flashy player the Wolverine was doing something all the time. His passing on Michigan ' s intricate formations was accurate. He made his passes good before he paid any attention to his opponent. He played a roving position on defense and covered a lot of ground. " H. G. Salsinger, in extolling the virtues of Ben Ticknor of Harvard who was named All-American Alan ]. Bovard center, said that he was out- played only once last year, that being by Bovard in the Mich- igan game. Bovard has been regular varsity center on the Michigan team for the past three years during which he played most of the time. He won his conference rating dur- ing the latter part of the last season when his game reached its peak. The distinguishing characteristic of his play was his ability to knife through and get his man while on the defense. Conference Medal THE 1929 Conference Medal was awarded to Ernest McCoy, captain of the conference championship basket- ball team. " Ernie " was selected as guard and captain on the 1929 all-conference team and was the outstanding defense star of the " Big Ten " . Besides being a regular for three years in this sport, he made two letters in baseball, his first year as a catcher and the second at first base. He was one of Michigan ' s strongest hitters during these two seasons. The selection of the medal winner by each school in the Western Conference is made on the basis of proficiency in scholarship and athletics. The whole college career of each man is taken into con- sideration. McCoy not only stood high in scholarship, but was also a member of Sphinx, Junior honorary, and Michigamua, Senior honorary society. Ernest B. McCoy PAGE 192 Ivenne ing on :made to his seand fBen erican i FOOTBALL FOGARTY HAYDEN ROACH SORENSON CORNWELL HEWITT DANIELS HOYT PARKER AUER STEINKE BOVARD POE POORMAN DRAVELING DAHLEM HUDSON KIPKE TRUSKOWSKI YOST GEMBIS MORRISON SIMRALL WILSON WHEELER 1928 ' Varsity Football Team OFFICERS Captain Coach . Manager HOWARD J. AUER, ' 31 ALAN J. BOVARD ' 31 . FRANCIS M. CORNWELL, ' 31 . NORMAN J. DANIELS, ' 31 ALVIN G. DAHLEM ' 30 LEO F. DRAVELING, ' 31 JOE GEMBIS, ' 30 . . . . EDWARD W. HAYDEN, ' 32 WILLIAM M. HESTON, ' 32 WILLIAM E. HEWITT ' 32 . MARTIN R. HUDSON, ' 32 . MAYNARD D. MORRISON, ' 32 RAY F. PARKER ' 30 . . . HOWARD W. POE, ' 30 . . JOE E. TRUSKOWSKI HARRY KIPKE RICHARD B. FOGARTY AM A PERSONNEL CARL J. BAUER, ' 31 MILTON BERGMAN, ' 30 ALBERT BERKOWITZ, ' 32 MAX BLAINE, " 30 FRANK BROWN, ' 30 WILLIAM A. BROWN, ' 31 ARTHUR DECKER, ' 31 IRA GRINNELL, ' 32 NYAL HAYES, ' 31 KIRK HOLLAND, ' 32 THOMAS JUSTICE, ' 31 ORNER LAJEUNESSE, ' 32 RALPH WILLS, Guard Center . End End Halfback . End Fullback Tackle Halfback . End Halfback Fullback . Guard . Guard HAROLD LINDSAY, ' 32 HAROLD MILLER, ' 32 R. O. MORGAN, ' 31 MURRAY MOSSER, ' 32 S. H. PEOULMAN RAYMOND PRIEST, ' 32 KARL RICHARDSON, ' 31 TOM C. SAMUELS, ' 32 FRED SCHANTZ, ' 30 JAY SIKKENGA, ' 32 IVAN SMITH, ' 32 JOHN WIDMAN, ' 30 ' 31 EDWIN B. POORMAN " 30 THOMAS G. ROACH ' 32 JAMES O. SIMRALL, ' 31 THORVALD C. SORENSON, ALFRED E. STEINKE, ' 31 JOE E. TRUSKOWSKI, ' 30 C. JACK WHEELER, ' 31 DONALD L. WILSON, ' 30 ' 32 Tackle Tackle Quarterback Tackle Tackle . . End Quarterback . Halfback I ! Joe E. Truskoivski PAGE 194 FOOTBALL Courtesy of the Detroit Free Press ' Results of the Season MICHIGAN 39 MICHIGAN 16 MICHIGAN MICHIGAN MICHIGAN MICHIGAN. . . . MICHIGAN MICHIGAN . . 16 . . . 14 7 MICHIGAN. . ALBION MT. UNION 6 MICHIGAN STATE COLLEGE PURDUE 30 OHIO STATE. 7 ILLINOIS 14 HARVARD 12 MINNESOTA 6 IOWA . . CONFERENCE STANDINGS Richard B. Fogarty PURDUE ILLINOIS NORTHWESTERN . MINNESOTA ... IOWA OHIO STATE. . . MICHIGAN INDIANA ... CHICAGO WISCONSIN w. 5 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 L. 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 T. 1 2 1 1 1 PCT. 1.000 .750 .600 ' .600 .500 .500 .250 .250 .250 .250 mm mm PAGE 195 FOOTBALL Simrall runs Jeep into the State defense Courtesy of the Detroit News Howard W. Poe Football Season FTER beginning the season with its customary early wins, - - the Michigan team ran into very tough competition to lose its first three Conference games. This failure to get started caused her to finish far down in the Big Ten standing, an experience unknown until last year, but the weak start was forgotten in the heroic come-back which characterized the later contests. This return to form could not be stopped, for it was carried forward by the Wolverine spirit which would not be discouraged. In spite of difficulties and handicaps, the team ' s unwillingness to admit defeat resulted in a pleasant climax. First, the long waited for triumph over Harvard, then the defeat of Minnesota, and finally the scoreless tie with Iowa, brought well earned success to a hard working team in an ending which bore great resemblance to the finish of the previous campaign. The development of Captain Truskowski into a capable signal caller, Joe Gembis ' unusual success in making both field goals and points after touchdowns, and the training of a great deal of sophomore material, were the high spots of a Kipke coached year. The Wolverines started the season by winning the first double header ever played by a Michigan team. The play James 0. Simrall PAGE 196 FOOTBALL A Pile-up at Purdue Courtrsy of the Dtlroil firt was marked by the sustained defensive qualities of the Maize and Blue and occasional offensive flashes. In the opening encounter Albion was swept aside by a score of 39 to 0, while Mount Union held Michigan to a 16 to 6 score, although the former had been expected to offer the greater opposition. Coach Kipke used three full teams in the fray with various other substitutions which brought his total number of players up to forty. The Wolverine attack functioned well against the Methodists. Six touchdowns were scored and Albion was held to 14 yards from rushing. Mount Union however, kept the ball deep in Michigan territory throughout the first half and proved to be a tough foe all during the game. Michigan c - J ack heeler was forced to kick twiceirom behind her goal line during the first half. Joe Gembis ' place kick from the 27-yard line and his touchdown, along with that of Dahlem, gave the Wolverines sufficient points to win, offsetting the spectacular run of 88 yards by Raber who intercepted SimralPs lateral pass to cross the Michigan goal line for the first time of the season. William M. lesion PAGE 197 FOOTBALL Dahlem gets at Welch through Purdue interference Courtesy of the Detrnit News Wheeler, Gembis, and Hudson were the chief ground gainers. Wheeler did some shifty running around the ends and off tackle, while Gembis penetrated the line for consistent gains during the second half. Both Heston and Lajuenesse were im- pressive in their Varsity debut, hitting the line and rounding the ends for many yards. Simrall directed well and Holland looked like a capable understudy for the quarterback job. Speed was a big factor in the ball carrying of Dahlem and Wilson. A weakness was revealed when neither Simrall, Wheeler nor Holland were able to get off good punts; the passing attack was strong, however. Nineteen out of thirty- three passes were completed for a total of 274 yards in the two games. Michigan won her third game when State came to Ann Arbor on October 5. In spite of the stubborn defense offered by the Green team, the Varsity was able to win rather easily by playing straight football. Few passes were made and the game displayed little of the sensational. Michigan ' s rushing attack showed suf- ficient power to gain two touchdowns and put Gembis within his foot-range, and even then it seemed to have power in reserve. The line, although some- times weak at the ends, invariably stiffened in the pinches, and the work of the backfield in supporting the for- ward wall was excellent. William E. Hewitt Martin R. Hudson FOOT HALL Gftnbis is stopped at the Ohio line Courtfsy of tht Detroit News Two touchdowns, one by Gembis and the other by Hudson, and a field goal by the former, accounted for Michigan ' s points. Gembis also made the point after each touchdown. Michigan did not have any scoring opportunities that were wasted and State was never within long-range striking district of Michigan ' s goal. The Wolverine ' s initial scoring drive started early in the first quarter after State had been penalized fifteen yards for holding and Grove had been unable to get off a good kick against the wind. Dahlem lost two yards on the first play, but Hudson, who bore the brunt of the afternoon ' s attack, tore through seventeen yards of State territory. After a couple more efforts had failed he added another ten yards in the same manner, placing the ball on the two yard line. Gembis went over for the touchdown after Truskowski had failed to gain. The Varsity ' s second score came near the opening of the second period when Gembis kicked a placement goal from the seventeen yard line. Late in the game the ball was given to Michigan twenty yards out, after Grove had punted over the goal line. Hudson took the ball on the first play and shot through the line, starting on his 80-yard dash which ended in a touch- down. Howard J. Auer Mn G. Dahlem PAGE 199 mm ! FOOTBALL fa o Dahlem for a play around end Traveling to Lafayette one week later the Varsity was buried under a 30-16 defeat at the hands of an inspired last quarter Purdue offensive. Piling up five touchdowns, four of them in the final quarter, the Boilermakers handed Mich- igan the worst defeat received in several years. The Wolver- ines were out-played and out-generaled throughout and in only one department, kicking, did they display consistent superiority. Simrall outpunted Welch, while Gembis, in addition to scoring one field-goal, sent the ball between the posts o nce for a point after touchdown, while the Purdue booters failed to add a single point in five attempts. j oe cembis The third quarter was the only period in which the Wolverines showed anything like their expected power in either scoring or defense. By registering two touch- downs and a field goal, they apparently won the game at this point to give way in the final minutes of play before an attack which they seemed powerless to resist. Gembis made a place-kick from the 14-yard line early in this period and soon afterward Captain Truskowski scored when Welch ' s punt was blocked near his own goal line. Michigan ' s last touchdown came when Gembis crashed through the line after a steady march had been made to bring the ball into scoring range. From then on the Boilermakers ' powerful backfield, with Welch, Harmeson, and Yunevich, could not be stopped and they scored four more touchdowns before Alfred E. Steinke 200 FOOTBALL Harvard circles Michigan ' s end Courtesy of the Detroit ' etcs Edward W. Harden the game ended. Showing great improvement over the form displayed in the Purdue game the week before, the Varsity gave Ohio State a great battle only to lose by a 7 to 6 score. Although it was a game full of thrills, the greatest came when Fesler of Ohio received a short forward pass from Holman which just sailed over Truskowski ' s head. He had merely to step over the goal-line for their only touchdown of the game. Captain Truskowski in his second game as signal-caller did a much more creditable job than in his first, while Bovard, the veteran center, showed some return to form and effectively outplayed Barratt all through the battle. Heston was the star on offense for the Maize and Blue. He narrowly missed scoring on a dashing gallop down the side lines and later gathered in a forward pass for a nice gain. Although weak on interference he furnished the speed needed in the Wolverine attack. Fesler, Ohio ' s Ail-American end, gave Michigan a great deal of trouble throughout the game. He was down the field under punts, giving Simrall a very unpleasant afternoon and was usually successful in evading blockers in order to nail a potential ground-gainer. When she had registered her touchdown, Ohio settled down to a defensive game and sought only to prevent the Varsity from scoring. Three times Michigan pushed the ball A ' orman J. Daniels PAGE 201 FOOTBALL Donald L. Wilson Maynard D. Morrison Putnam of Harvard is pulled down Courtesy of the Detroit News deep into Buckeye territory but each time the opposing line held. Even after the ten-yard stripe was reached line plunges failed and the desperate thrusts were fruitless. Although it fought as hard as it knew how, the Michigan team was unable to win over a smooth-running Illinois football machine and was beaten 14 to 0. Continuing its gradual improvement over the Purdue Game the Varsity was still unable to break into the Conference win column. With the aid of ten Illinois blockers, Mills was able to run a punt back sixty-five yards for the Illini ' s first score. Walker, with the aid of the same effective interference was respon- sible for the second tally. Morrison and Hewitt, both sophomores, did some very creditable work for the Maize and Blue. The former, playing tackle on offense and behind the line on defense, made some remarkable tackles, while Hewitt, at end, grabbed a long pass from Truskowski and ran to the 15-yard line for a forty yard gain before he was stopped. Al Steinke was a tower of strength in the line and did everything that could be expected of a guard. Bad breaks made the going very hard for Michigan during the opening quarter. First, Gembis ' kick-off was poor, some- PAGE 202 FOOTBALL a nil ) ' Michigan linesmen break through on Nagusrki Courtesy of thf Detroit News iigan inois fits sity iinn. una Iker, pon- very met, :nse, end, nrd inke that line- thing quite unusual for him, then Simrall fumbled the first Illinois punt and failed to get a good return back. Later Gembis fumbled, placing the ball deep in Wolverine territory which gave Mills a chance for a place kick. This as well as three other trys went wild. An inspired Michigan team, rebuilt and rested after a week ' s vacation, played desperate football to con- quer a great Harvard team 14 to 12. A crowd of 87,000 in the stadium saw the Wolverines take a well- earned victory from the Crimson, a victory for which they had waited 48 years. Never had they even scored against a Harvard eleven previously. It was a swift-moving game that was packed with thrills. Early in the first quarter Putnam made a great recovery of a fumbled lateral pass to run sixty-seven yards for a touch- down. Harvard ' s elation was not long-lived, however, for early in the second quarter came Michigan ' s first score. Hewitt pounced on a fumble on the enemy ' s 23-yard line. Hudson took the ball and plunged through the line to run to the four-yard line before he was stopped. In spite of the injury which he received on the play it put him out of the game for the remainder of the season he crashed through for a touchdown on the next play. Gembis place- Alan J. Bovard Francis M. Corntvell PAGE 203 FOOTBALL Glassgow is pulled down short of the Michigan goal kicked the goals after each touchdown, which proved the margin of victory. Captain Truskowski was an inspired leader and heady signal-caller in this game. He skillfully picked the plays and saw to it that Coach Kipke ' s six-man forward defense wall worked perfectly. Only against the almost uncanny passing genius of " Barry " Wood did this defense have great difficulty. Bovard turned in an even better performance than in the Ohio game. Dahlem and Simrall, who had both been given a week ' s rest, played the best games of their careers. Morrison and Gembis were everything that could be desired in an attacking play although they had trouble in following the fast-moving Harvard offense. Steinke and Poe were both in the limelight because of their great work at guard. " Red " Wilson, a diminutive Varsity reserve, pro- vided the necessary fire-works to give Michigan its 7 to 6 win over Minnesota. Put into the line-up near the end of the first half he made things decidedly disagreeable, and eventually disastrous for the Gophers. He kept the ball in their territory with his short never-failing dashes Ray F. Parker Carl J. Bauer mm m 204 . FOOTBALL Iowa backfield in driving formation Courtesy of the Detroit .V around end and when his big chance came, he grabbed a long pass from Gembis to put the ball on the enemy ' s four-yard line. The touchdown resulted from a trick talking play in which Morrison plunged over the line. Going into the game as the underdog, the Wolverine team played aggressively and showed a confidence which overcame the powerful Gophers. Joe Truskowski again showed the leadership that he first displayed in the Harvard game. Most of the credit for the victory, however, should go to the line, for it was able to break through and mess up the Minnesota attack before it got under way. Every man in it played an important part in the smoothly working machine. Gembis ' trained toe again pro- vided the margin of victory and the Little Brown Jug returned to Michigan. v It was a courageous Michigan team that fought a powerful Iowa eleven to a standstill and all but won the game in spite of the fears of the 50,000 spectators. The contest was a fitting close for a season, which although beset with many reverses, ended in a blaze of glory for the fighting Varsity. What was even better, victory was missed by only a matter of inches when the place-kick which Gembis sent hurtling at the goal posts barely Leo F. Drawling Edwin B. Poorman MM PACE 205 FOOTBALL m Michigan opens a hole in the Ohio line missed. The attempt was so close that thousands in the stands thought it had been successful. Coming to Ann Arbor with a powerful line and a great attacking combination, Iowa played a fighting game, but the Varsity fought back with such grim tenacity that a scoreless tie had to result. The Hawkeyes had two good chances to score but each time the Wolverine line held and Iowa was repulsed. " Doc " Morrison played a wonderful game for Michigan. He always covered the holes made by charging Hawkeye forwards and his tackles were many and hard. Hewitt also showed up well. Once he came close to getting away for a touchdown when he intercepted a forward pass but was stopped before he could get into the open. Playing his last game, Dahlem turned in a great performance. Thomas G. Roach Thorvald C. Sorensen PAGE 206 We Take Our Hats Off to- ICltV the ird. m the WILLIS GLASSGOW, who was rated by many observers as the best back in the country this last year. His quality was all the more evident due to the lack of help he received from the Iowa team. On four successive Saturdays before coming to Ann Arbor, he bucked Illinois, Wisconsin, Min- nesota, and Purdue. In the scoreless tie played here he led two Iowa marches which ended on the Michigan three and one yard lines. His own yardage nearly equalled that of all the Wolverines. In addition to his performing versatility which earned him an All-American halfback berth, Glass- gow was one of the finest competitors Michigan met. He has also played against Michigan with the baseball team on which he won three letters as shortstop. FORREST ( " FROSTY " ) PETERS, whose midfield drop- kick for Illinois against Michigan two years ago is said to have failed because of the adhesion of fresh paint on the cross bar. Last fall " Frosty " was prevented by injuries from giving thrills to the Wolverines. His play in post- season intersectional contests, though, was marked with the same brilliancy he showed against Michigan the year before. Besides being the drop-kicker par excellence, Peters ' punting, passing, and ball carrying were of a high order. BEN TICKNOR, whose play at center for Harvard won him an All-American ranking. His uncanny ability to analyze the opposing offense and meet the play at top speed made him the strongest factor in the Harvard defense. Playing a roving style of center, Michigan found it nearly impossible to fool him and avoided his sector. He will play against the Wolverines next fall as the Harvard captain. RALPH ( " PEST " ) WELCH, who was the main cause for Purdue ' s conference championship. Weighing around two hundred pounds and measuring six feet one inch, Welch was one of the most valuable players of the year. More than kicking, running, and passing, Welch was outstanding as a blocking back. His blocking for Harmeson was reminiscent of Britton ' s for Grange, so that his own im- pressive yardage is by no means indicative of his worth. It was his strong fighting spirit together with his versatility which made possible Purdue ' s come-back win over Michigan. XMMMM9BK PAGE fjR FOOTBALL tt ' ' - Junior ' Varsity Football At the end of the second season of Michigan junior varsity football competition, Coach Courtright awarded AMA ' s to 18 members of the squad. The " B " team started the year rather poorly but finished well by defeating the two strongest teams in the Michigan Conference. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL The 1929 freshman football contained mediocre material on the whole. It lost one game rather badly to the Physical Ed eleven and succeeded in gaining a tie in the second contest. Cox, Podlewski, Tessmer, and Kies showed most promise. NUMERAL WINNERS GEORGE ABRAMOVITZ STANLEY BENJAMIN LEWIS BLACK ERIC CARLSON FRED CLOHSET CECIL CONRAD RODERICK Cox WILLIAM DIBBLE LESLIE FRISK STANLEY GRESHAM ROBERT GRUBE GEORGE HITT WILLIAM HOMER HlLBERT HoRWITZ WILLIAM HUSKEY JOHN KIRBY ARTHUR KUTSCHE KENNETH MANUEL ABE MARCORSKY DONALD McGuiRE ROLLIN MOULTON HARRY NEWMAN ART PODLEWSKI JOHN ROOT CARL SAVAGE ALLEN SMIETANKA CARL SOELBERG DON STRONG JOHN VANAPPERER J. S. VANPELT t f warded to tie siwed ItASkETRALL BASKETBALL DANIELS CAPPON VEENKER QUINN WEISS LOVELL ORWIG CHAPMAN TRUSKOWSKI KANITZ DOWNING basketball OFFICERS Captain ROBERT C. CHAPMAN Coach GEORGE F. VEENKER Manager .... TIMOTHY C. QUINN PERSONNEL ROBERT C. CHAPMAN . . . ' 30 . . . Center NORMAN ]. DANIELS . . . . ' 32 . . . Forward JOE K. DOWNING . . . ' 31 . . . Guard THAREL T. KANITZ . . . ' 30 . . . Forward FRANK R. LOVELL . . . ' 30 . . . Guard J. WILFRED ORWIG . . . ' 30 . . . Guard JOSEPH E. TRUSKOWSKI . . . . ' 30 . . . Forward HENRY WEISS ' 32 . Forward AMA RALPH H. COOMBE, ' 32 RICHARD E. HOLE, ' 32 ROY HUDSON, ' 32 JOE R. JENNETT, ' 32 THOMAS G. JUSTICE, ' 31 HAROLD D. LINDSAY, ' 32 GlRARD P. RlCKETTS, ' 32 DESMOND R. TYLER, ' 31 HAROLD WEINSTEIN, ' 31 A, Robert C. Chapman ffi PAGE 210 BASKETBALL Yost Field House T esu ts of the Season MICHIGAN. MICHIGAN. MICHIGAN. MICHIGAN. MICHIGAN. MICHIGAN. MICHIGAN. MICHIGAN. MICHIGAN. MICHIGAN. MICHIGAN. MICHIGAN. MICHIGAN. MICHIGAN. OHIO WESLEYAN 16 . 27 U. OF PENNSYLVANIA 24 .51 ALBION 9 . 32 MINNESOTA 17 .19 PURDUE 23 . 18 ILLINOIS 24 . 45 INDIANA 26 . 26 MINNESOTA 13 . 29 CHICAGO 16 . 26 MICHIGAN STATE 27 .21 INDIANA 18 . 30 CHICAGO 15 . 17 ILLINOIS 30 .28 PURDUE.. ..44 CONFERENCE STANDING PURDUE WISCONSIN MICHIGAN INDIANA ILLINOIS NORTHWESTERN . MINNESOTA CHICAGO OHIO STATE . w. 10 8 6 7 7 6 3 2 1 L. 2 4 5 5 6 9 10 9 PCT. 1.000 .800 .600 .583 .583 .500 .250 .166 .100 Timothy C. Quinn PAGE 211 Mx ' xwwh BASKETBALL 1929,30 ' Basketball Season ' I V HE basketball Varsity brought an up and down - season to a close by losing to Purdue but ended in third place in the Conference standing. The only losses sustained were two to the Boilermakers and two to Illinois. The Veenker-coached team rose to great heights in some games only to fall down in others. Competition was unusually close in the " Big Ten " and every contest had an important bearing on the final standing of the teams. Captain Chapman was honored for his consistent play, he being placed for the second time on the Asso- ciated Press all-Conference team. The Varsity loses Truskowski, Kanitz, Orwig, Lovell, and Chapman by graduation so next year ' s team will have to be j. Wilfred Orwig built around Captain-elect Downing, and the two sophomore stars, Daniels and Weiss. Michigan opened the 1929-30 season with an impressive 33-16 win over Ohio Wesleyan. Combining a tight defense with the ability to control the ball well, the Wolverines held a fair lead throughout the game. Coach Veenker started his veterans, but all of the promising sophomores were given a chance in the play. He used twelve men during the game and all gave good accounts of themselves. Kanitz and Truskowski led the scoring with ten points each while Captain Chapman was the outstanding man on defense. Chapman was also able to get the tipoff from Siegenthaler which was an important factor in the Maize and Blue victory. Frank Lovell played a nice game at guard along with Chapman. Coming up from behind in the final eight minutes of play, the Varsity defeated the famed University of Pennsylvania quintet, 27-24, on its own court in Phila- delphia. Th is unexpected victory was largely due to the brilliant work of Kanitz and Orwig, who were high scorers and also led in the flashy windup which overwhelmed the Quakers just before the final gun. In the opening period, however, Pennsylvania had things all its own way. Brodbek broke through the Maize and Blue defense with ease and ran the score at half time up to 13 to 7. Penn continued its scoring with the collection of eleven additional points and despite Michigan ' s improved work, was six points ahead until the last eight minutes of play. Then Kanitz cut loose and shot two baskets from the floor and sank four free throws. The scoring was wound up by Orwig who added another point after foul to give Michigan its final three-tally lead. With reserves playing the entire game, Michigan was able to administer a very lop-sided defeat to Albion in the third contest of the year. Combining a flashy offense with a defense which kept the Methodists away from the bas ket, the W ' olverine seconds won by a score of 51 to 9. Daniels was the star of the game. He was the key man in both offense and defense and scored ten field goals for the Maize and Blue. Downing, the only junior on the squad, by scoring ten points, was runner-up to Daniels. Weiss, Jennet, Ricketts, Hudson, and Jones were the other sophomores who Frank R. Lovell PAGE 212 WOKfA am Joseph E. Truskowski took part in the contest and all showed up to advantage. The Varsity presented a productive offense and an airtight defense to turn Minnesota back 32 to 17 in the first Conference game of the season. The Gophers were never ahead, and during only a few moments here and there in the game did they appear effective against the Michigan play. A brilliant attack in the opening half won the game for the Maize and Blue. With the game stowed away, the Wolverines dropped into a defensive type of game to combat a frantic rally which Minnesota staged at the opening of the second half. The defense was adequate and would have won if the Varsity had failed to score another point. Orwig, Kanitz, and Chapman were the chief scorers, while Truskowski and Orwig did some excellent guarding. Weiss and Daniels, the only sophomores who were given a chance, each scored a field goal and looked good while they were in the play. Michigan suffered its first Conference defeat of the season when Purdue, led by " Stretch " Murphy, its elongated center, won 23 to 19. The game between the teams, both regarded as heavy favorites in the championship race, was close from start to finish, the lead alternating five times. The accuracy of Murphy and Wooden, plus the refusal of Chapman ' s tosses to hit the basket, gave the victory to the Boilermakers. The tussle was a thriller all the way, after Purdue cut down Michigan ' s early lead. In the closing minutes the Boilermakers adopted a stalling game which threw the Michigan squad into a panicky disarray as the Wolverines tried to gain possession of the ball. Murphy tallied nine points and Wooden seven, while Truskowski scored six for Michigan. Chapman held Harmeson scoreless which in itself was an unusual achievement. Illinois was able to hand Michigan a defeat which was very similar to that ad- ministered by Purdue the previous week. Presenting a team of sophomores, rein- forced by a couple of upperclassmen, the Illini turned out to be a team of ball hawks who could get the tipoffs, take the ball off both back stops, and intercept Michigan passes with regularity. The Wolverines took an early lead of 6 to 1 but the score was tied at 11-all when the first half ended. After that the Michigan team seemed to tire and was unable to keep pace with the Illini. Joe Downing was hurt during the early minutes of play and had to be replaced by Lovell. Chapman and Truskowski were the high scorers for the Maize and Blue, while E. Kamp led for Illinois. A revamped Varsity, one which played up to early season predictions, handed Indiana the worst defeat it has suffered in the last seven years of Conference competition, 45-26. Against the Hoosiers Michigan did everything she was sup- posed to do and did it with effect. Seventeen of her twenty free throws were made and the floor-shooting was above par. Speedy floor work was the prime cause of Michigan ' s triumph and the Indiana downfall, while the Varsity ' s passing game was also a great factor. It took the ball, despite the best that Indiana could do, up to within scoring distance, and counters resulted. Truskowski tallied from the field five times and he had to make each score with a tenacious Indiana guard Robert C. Chapman PACE 213 BASKETBALL Tharel T. Kanitz trying to stop him. The guarding was very close and " Truk " was able to make five free throws on account of personals called. Captain Chapman had a very busy evening taking care of the Hoosier star, McCracken. His industry cost him four fouls and he had to retire from the game, but Ricketts took his place and filled in at center in satisfying fashion. A Michigan team which was seemingly quite over-confident, loafed to its second victory over Minnesota by a score of 26 to 13. The game was a very listless affair; Minnesota was unable to do anything with its slow-breaking offense, while Michigan couldn ' t get excited over the contest. Coach Veenker started his regulars but when they failed to do anything impressive sent the reserves in. Clumsy guarding by the Gophers resulted in 21 penalty shots for Michigan, 14 of which were good for points. " Hank " Weiss starred with his brilliant floor work while Chapman and Lovell were important in the strong Wolverine defense. None of the visitors showed any consistent form and their play was ragged throughout. By running up a high score in the first half, the Michigan team was able to defeat Chicago for the fourth straight win in spite of some bad playing at the end of the game. The Wolverines led 20 to 6 at the end of the first period but their play was so ragged in the second half that they were out-scored by one point. The Maize and Blue team was able to work the ball down for many short shots but inability to make them count except now and then made them look rather weak. Kanitz and Truskowski led the scoring for Michigan with eight points each while Captain Changdon was high for the Maroons with six points. Playing erratic basketball, the Varsity was forced all the way by a brilliant team of State sharp-shooters, and suffered a 27-26 defeat in the game which dedicated the Spartan ' s new floor. The rest given during the examination period seemed to throw the Maize and Blue basketeers off their stride and their passing and shooting were both below par. Neither team had an edge in the scoring at any time during the encounter but Michigan State won when " Hank " Weiss ' s goal as the final whistle sounded came just a second too late. Tallying four times from the floor and an equal number of times from the foul line, Joe Trus- kowski led the scoring with twelve points. Roger Grove, forward, and DenHerder were high for the Spartans with ten points each. Playing the best game of its season, Michigan took its second encounter from a hard-fighting and determined Hoosier team, winning 21-18. With a display of team-work which enabled it to keep possession of the ball during most of the game, the Varsity played the whole time with the five men who started. Norman Daniels played his first full game for the Maize and Blue and was high-point man of the team with nine points. Captain Chapman had difficulty in controlling McCracken, star Indiana center, but managed to garner five points to partially offset his opponent ' s voluminous scoring. Running away to an eight-point lead at the start of the game, the Wolverine team was functioning perfectly, Henry Weiss BASKETBALL Norman J. Daniels but Indiana soon crept up alongside to tie the score. Michi- gan then hit a stronger stride to form a lead which was never overcome. With Joe Truskowski, Weiss, and Orwig playing brilliantly, the Varsity adopted a stalling game five minutes before the end which utterly demoralized the Hoosiers. By taking an easy 30-15 victory from a weak Chicago team Michigan ' s cagers were boosted into a tie with Wisconsin for second place in the Conference race. Led by Joe Truskowski who scored twelve points in the game, and Bill Orwig who registered eight, the Wolverines took advantage of most of their scoring opportunities in the first half and won by a large score in spite of the slowness of play. Marshall Fish with five points was high for the visitors. Fish gave Chicago its only lead of the game by sinking a dog shot shortly after the opening whistle. Daniels soon tied the score on a short one and then " Truck " went on his scoring spree. His spectacular goals caused the Maroons to guard him too closely and resulted in several free throws for him. Play lagged from then until Orwig sought to emulate Truskowski and started a rampage of his own near the end of the period. The second half was a succession of bad passes, fouls, and poor shots, with play mostly in Chicago territory. Halting Michigan ' s string of five consecutive Conference wins with a display of much improved basketball, Illinois defeated the fighting Wolverines, 30-17. The splendid guarding of Mills, May and Kawal, along with the Wolverines ' inability to connect with their long shots enabled the Illini to hold the lead which Captain Mills started with his goal on the first play of the game. Kanitz looped one in at the end of the first half to make the score 10-8 but that was the closest the Varsity could come to an even score. Both teams came back with a faster attack to start the second half but E. Kamp sent the ball through the net four times on passes from Kawal to cinch the game. Illinois went into a stall at the end of the game and Michigan was unable to break it up. The Boilermakers, sharpshooting with an almost uncanny accuracy, guarding like demons, and handling the ball like the champions that they are, defeated the Wolverines 44 to 28 in the final game of the season. The Michigan offense was plainly off form, but Purdue was an almost unbeatable team and its attack could not be stopped. " Stretch " Murphy, the Boilermaker ' s giant center, missed only three shots during the game and was high scorer with sixteen points. He was closely followed by Harmeson who tallied six field goals and one free throw for second honors. Truskowski, playing one of his usual great games, spent a busy evening guarding Murphy, although he did well consider- ing the difficulty of his task. " Truck " was also high scorer for his team. Chapman had almost equal trouble with Har- meson but was able to jump on fairly equal terms with Mur- phy in spite of his opponent ' s height advantage. Despite the one-sided score the game was hard-fought throughout. Run- ning up a 5-1 score in the first few minutes the Boilermakers were never headed and had a fifteen point lead at the end of the first period. Although Michigan was outscored by only one point in the second half the Purdue margin was too great and the Maize and Blue was overwhelmed. Captain-elect Joe A. Downing PAGE 215 BASKETBALL " " basketball The junior varsity went through its schedule of ten games with a .500 average. Although the squad enjoyed a checkered career, Coombe at center and Justice at guard performed consistently well. The chief difficulty with the team was its lack of passing and organized teamwork in connection with which it may be mentioned that Coach Courtright was busily engaged in devising tennis tactics. Freshman J umeral Whinners GEORGE ABRAMOVITZ HAROLD AKERSHOCK RAYMOND ALTENHOF FORREST BALDWIN ROBERT CUMMINGS CHARLES DARNER NEWMAN DAVIS DfiFoRREST EvELAND RICHARD HODGE HOWARD JONES AUGUST KUTSCHE KENNETH MANUEL ROBERT PETRIE ARTHUR PODLEWSKI ARTHUR PRICE ALEX SHAW JOHN STEPHENS ESTIL TESSMER It AN 12 HALL BASEBALL - REICHM N DEO NEBELUNG TRUSKOWSKI WEINTRAUB STRAUB AS BECK FISHER CENTENNI KUBICEK CORK I DEN MYRON BLOTT EASTMAN MC AFEE MC COY ' Varsity baseball Team CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Captain Coach Manager OFFICERS DONALD J. CORRIDEN RAY L. FISHER FREDERICK M. ASBECK ANTHONY CENTENNI DONALD J. CORRIDEN HARRY EASTMAN Louis A. KUBICEK . WILLIAM F. McAFEE, JR. ERNEST B. McCoY . HAROLD G. MYRON . RAYMOND G. NEBELUNG GERSON REICHMAN . HARVEY G. STRAUB . JOE E. TRUSKOWSKI Louis WEINTRAUB MELVIN R. DEO PERSONNEL . . ' 29 Pitcher , . ' 30 Short Stop ' 29 Second Base ' 30 Utility Infielder ' 29 Second Base ' 29 Pitcher . ' 29 First Base ' 30 Short Stop ' 29 Outfielder ' 29 Catcher ' 31 Outfielder . . ' 30 Catcher ' 29 Third Base AMA WILLIAM COMPTON, ' 31 ALVIN FREEMAN, ' 30 THAREL KANITZ, ' 30Eo. AUGUSTUS KIEGLER, ' 30 RICHARD MONTAGUE, ' 30 BOYCE MORDIE CHARLES MOYER, ' 30 GEORGE SLAGLE, ' 30 WILLIAM STEPHENS, ' 29 ED. Donald J. Corriden BASEBALL Ferry Field from the air of the Season MICHIGAN 3 MICHIGAN 3 MICHIGAN 10 MICHIGAN 16 MICHIGAN 4 MICHIGAN 6 MICHIGAN 4 MICHIGAN 3 MICHIGAN 3 MICHIGAN 3 MICHIGAN 5 MICHIGAN.. . 4 CINCINNATI . .4 VANDERBILT . . 7 CLEMSON CLEMSON 4 GEORGIA 1 GEORGIA 2 NORTHWESTERN 1 SYRACUSE 4 MEIJI 2 MEIJI 2 ILLINOIS 1 PURDUE. . . . 2 Melvin R. Deo MICHIGAN 13 MICHIGAN 3 MICHIGAN 2 MICHIGAN 2 MICHIGAN 2 MICHIGAN 6 MICHIGAN 15 MICHIGAN 6 MICHIGAN. . . . 15 NORTHWESTERN. . M. S. C IOWA ILLINOIS WISCONSIN WISCONSIN OHIO M. s: c M. S. C... . . 4 1 3 . 4 .. 3 11 .. 2 . 6 sasBV Safe on an error through first Baseball 1929 IN SPITE of the handicap placed on the Varsity by having three of its twelve conference games cancelled because of bad weather, Michigan was able to win the 1929 " Big Ten " title. Entering the last week of the season with the necessity of winning the two games yet to be played, they had the advantage of playing both engagements on the home field. Although Myron was unable to play because of an injury, and the Wolverines were in the midst of a protracted batting slump, both Wisconsin and Ohio were defeated. The season was an unusually successful one, for the Maize and Blue diamond stars not only won the Conference championship, but succeeded in winning four of the six games played on the Southern trip, two of the three played with Michigan State, and nearly all the games played in Japan. McAfee and Asbeck pitched effective ball throughout the season. Their skill is well shown by the fact that both have gone directly to the major leagues. The team was a well-rounded organization and gave a good account of itself in every game. The season was started with the usual Southern trip. Although Michigan lost the first two of the six games played, the tour was entirely satisfactory for it provided a valu- able seasoning for the team, and gave Coach Fisher a chance to try out his new men under fire. In the initial games the Varsity looked like a rather light hitting team, with little power to bunch hits; in the other four games, however, the hitting was consistent and a high batting average was sustained. The Wolverines were beaten by Cincinnati, 4 to 3, in a ten inning game, and the next day by Vanderbilt, 7 to 3. The tables were turned, however, when Clemson was beaten by large scores in both games played. The Georgia series ended in a similar manner to complete, the pre-conference schedule. McAfee pitched masterfully in the two games which he played and Asbeck turned in one good and one indifferent game. Kiegler and Compton, the two sophomores who were A close out PAGE 220 BASEBALL ;ames lie to won lera the Donald J . Corriden - ' .In Iowa Hit given a chance, showed up fairly well. Several shifts were made in the lineup but a smooth working combination soon resulted. With McCoy at first, Myron at second, Kubicek at shortstop, and Weintraub at third, the infield problem was solved. Captain Corriden, Nebelung, and Straub occupied the out posts, while Reichman and Truskowski did the receiving. Inaugurating the conference campaign with a pitching battle in which Asbeck ' s splendid support enabled him to win over Panosh of Northwestern, the Wolverines displayed the form which enabled them to win the 1928 title. The win gave Michigan a flying start in the " Big Ten " race and dispelled all doubt as to the Varsity ' s fielding ability, for it was excellency in this depart- ment that resulted in the victory. There wasn ' t the semblance of a fielding slip outside Weintraub ' s one error which allowed the losers their only score. To compensate, the infield executed several excellent plays. Asbeck held the Purples scoreless for the first eight innings while the Maize and Blue warriors garnered four runs by scoring twice in both the third and sixth innings. Truskowski caught him well and threw out the only member of the opposing team who tried to steal second. The hitting was not up to the standard set in the closing games of the Southern trip but this can be blamed at least partially to the cold weather. Bill McAfee grooved a ball to Raymond, hard-hitting Syracuse second baseman, and the Wolverines came home scalpless from their first eastern invasion, for he hit it for a home-run which gave his team a 5 to 3 victory. The game had been a tight affair up until the ninth inning _, and the score was tied at three-all when the hit was X? made - JM The Michigan hurler partially made up for his two J -_ errors by fanning eleven of his opponents. Kubicek led the Varsity ' s attack with three hits, while Corri- den ' s home-run tied the score in the seventh period. Although McCoy was the only man on the team who did not get a hit the losers could not concentrate their attack sufficiently to give them a win. The Varsity got back into the Conference scramble by defeating Illinois by a 5 to 1 score. A chance to better its precarious hold on the " Big Ten " lead was r Ilanev G. Straub 221 BASEBALL Corriden ' s Score Beats Iowa lost, however, when the Ohio State game was cancelled because of rain. The Maize and Blue team was hitting in improved style to give McAfee very able support but their work was made easier by several costly Illinois blunders. Michigan scored in the opening inning when Straub singled, after Nebelung and Corriden had been retired on grounders. He then stole second and scored on Kubicek ' s hard drive to right. The Illini scored in the fourth inning but McAfee ' s pitching was too good to give them many scoring chances. In a bitterly fought game, dragged out to ten innings, Michigan downed the Purdue aggregation at Lafayette on May 16th. The contest, as a result of which the Maize and Blue men retained their lead in the " Big Ten " title race, was marked by an unusually interesting pitching duel between McReynolds of the locals and McAfee of the visiting squad. In this the Ann Arbor hurler had a slightly better record, fanning five of his opponents and passing one less man than the Purdue player. The first run of the encounter was made by the visitors, in the third inning, when Nebelung obtained a single and was knocked home by Corriden. But two innings later the Boilermakers took the lead, Creamer bringing in a man with a three-bagger and a few seconds later crossing the plate himself. Michigan, however, tied the score in the eighth frame when Weintraub enabled Corriden to score and forced an extra period. Here Kubicek brought in two runners with a three base hit to give the Varsity a two-point lead which it was able to hold. Michigan shut out Northwestern 13 to to retain its Conference lead with four consecutive wins. The veteran Fred Asbeck was the star of the contest when he held the Wildcats to a lone hit, besides getting three singles and a walk in his own five trips to the plate. Always a nemesis to the Purples, he turned in the most brilliant of his five wins over the Evanston team. Only Oliphant ' s scratch infield single, in the second inning, prevented him from entering the baseball hall of fame with a no-hit no-run performance. Michigan had little trouble in reaching the three opposing pitchers, and succeeded from the start by getting two runs in each of the first and second innings and four in the third. The Wolverine team played errorless ball and secured fourteen hits for a total of twenty-two bases. Deprived of the services of its two aces, McAfee and Asbeck, who were held back in preparation for the approaching Iowa contest, Coach Fisher ' s conference-leading Wolverines found themselves on Harold G. Myron Raymond G. Nebelung PAGE 222 BASEBALL Joe E. Truskotvski Out at First Louis Weinlraub the short end of a 4 to 3 score, after a ten inning game with Michigan State. Montague and Compton, the Maize and Blue reserve hurlers found themselves quite unable to turn back the Spartan attack, while Jerry Byrne, their stellar opponent, had little difficulty in holding the home team to six hits. Going on a scoring spree, in the second inning, in which Kubicek, Weintraub, and McCoy all managed to cross the plate, the University team held the East Lansing squad to one tally during the next four periods. Then in the seventh the Spartans ' turn to score came. In quick succession Barnard and Knisel ran the circuit, knocking Montague out of the box and tying the score. Compton held the visitors down during the next two innings but in the last of the tenth, Gibbs knocked a hard liner into right field bringing in Eggert, who was leading off third. Continuing to keep its Conference baseball record spotless, the Maize and Blue Varsity took a bitterly contested victory from the Hawkeyes on the latter ' s own field in Iowa City. The Iowa squad, already twice defeated, pitted its stellar hurler, Twogood, against Bill McAfee and managed to obtain the pitching honors for the day, Twogood striking out nine batters to his opponent ' s four. It was, nevertheless, impossible to wrest the contest from the Wolverines by mere pitching, which was more than made up for by the spectacular fielding of Coach Fisher ' s men, who were covering the entire field perfectly and holding the Iowa aggregation to one tally. Neither side scored until the sixth inning, when Weintraub knocked out a beautiful single which brought in Kubicek and Nebelung who were on second and third re- spectively. This two-point lead was maintained until the last of the ninth when the Hawkeyes managed to get Mowery across the plate. A minute later Glassgow tried a daring steal home, which would have tied the count, but he failed by inches and was tagged out by Reichman. After holding their opponents even with them for three bitter extra innings, the undefeated Michigan nine crumpled before the attack of Illinois on the latter ' s field in Champaign. The game was chiefly char- acterized by the brilliant pitching of Fred Asbeck, who struck out ten batters to his opponent ' s three, but was unable to keep the home boys off the bases in the " unlucky thirteenth " . The visiting squad chalked up both its tallies in the seventh when Asbeck brought in Weintraub and Truskowski who were leading off second and third, thus giving the Maize and Blue a one-point lead. In the ninth, Lymperopoulos clouted a single out to left field and gave Kusinski of the Illini his opportunity to score. The tie was unbroken until the thirteenth when Jack Yule of Illinois hit a scorching three bagger which brought in a runner and gave the victory to the home team. The Varsity suddenly found itself shoved back into second place when Wisconsin won a hard contest 4 to 2. Even though it had played error- Frederick M. Asbeck PAGE 223 ma BASEBALL McCoy out at First less ball and had received only two less hits than the winners, Michigan was unable to keep Wisconsin from scoring. The Badgers took the lead early in the contest, when Evans pounded out a three-bagger in the second frame, giving two runners opportunities to cross the plate. Mich- igan, partially handicapped by a wet diamond, but mostly by the good fielding of the home squad, was unable to get under way until the next inning, when Nebelung made a two-base hit and came in on a wild throw. The score was tied in the fifth when Corriden lined out a triple and came home on an error by Hall. Wisconsin, though, broke the tie and won the game when Evans and Mattheusen each brought in a runner. The Maize and Blue fought desperately in the last two frames, but the Badgers, playing a tight game, held them to their two original tallies. Three days after being put into second place by Wisconsin, the Varsity came back to trounce their opponents and resume first place in the " Big Ten " title race in the Memorial Day contest. The Maize and Blue team showed tremendous improvement over its performance of the first part of the week, especially in pitching, which was handled by Fred Asbeck, and in the field work, which had lost them the earlier game. It got off to a poor start when Wisconsin opened up in the first inning and pounded o ut four drives which netted them their three tallies, the only ones they obtained during the entire contest. Asbeck immediately tightened up and allowed only twenty- six batters to face him in the last eight frames, thus giving his squad its opportunity to take the lead. After Corriden had struck out in the third inning, five Michigan batters hit safely, sending Thelander, the Badger ' s star pitcher, to the showers. Farber who took his place held the Wolverines scoreless for the rest of the game to end the contest with a 6 to 3 score. Engaging with Ohio State in a batting spree, the Maize and Blue diamond squad was victorious, to emerge as " Big Ten " champions. Closing their season with a record of seven wins and two losses, Coach Fisher ' s men once again demonstrated their batting ability, finding the Columbus pitchers for twenty-nine hits and also obtaining nine bases on balls. The Buckeyes chalked up two tallies immediately after the start of the contest and ran the score up to 5 to in the third. Michigan came back a little in its portion of the inning to obtain three runs, but Fesler of Ohio soon pounded out a homer and made Louis A. Kubicfk Ernest B. McCoy PAGE 224 BASEBALL i ;-. The first MichigarWWjiseda game. ' he photo shows McCoy of Michigan touched out before home in the sixth inning. William F. McAfee, Jr. the score 7 to 3. The Wolverines finally struck their stride in the fifth, knocking two Buckeye hurlers out of the box and getting seven hits to bring in eight runners. The remainder of the game was com- paratively quiet, each squad getting four tallies to give Michigan a four point lead at the end and the undisputed leadership of the Conference. In the Commencement series the new champions were able to take the State title from Michigan State by winning 10 to 2 and 15 to 6. The team disbanded temporarily following this game, to gather again for the two months trip to Japan. Playing consistently good baseball the Varsity won eleven of the thirteen games played on the Japan trip. With Asbeck and McAfee in rare form, Michigan was able to defeat the best teams in the Orient. The first game lost was to Waseda and the second to Meiji but both games were avenged by later victories over the home teams. Several of the games were marked by the heavy hitting of the Maize and Blue players and the scores were consequently large. Coach Fisher took fourteen flayers on the trip, including four pitchers and one catcher. The team was well received by the apanese and the trip was made successful in every respect. Gtrson Reich man - PAGE 225 jAXCjta WXI ftiwJ BASEBALL Freshman Baseball FOURTEEN members of Coach Jack Blott ' s Freshman baseball squad were awarded their numerals at the close of the season. In addition, four freshmen received their numerals for play- ing with the Physical Education nine. With an unusually good group of pitchers and one of the hardest hitting teams in Michigan history a very successful season was enjoyed. The first year nine was able to hold the Varsity to fairly close scores and defeated the Varsity Reserves on several occasions, as well as the Physical Education team in the one game played. Crouch and Tompkins, two of the most promising pitchers, were also hitters of varsity calibre and were consequently used in the outfield when not on the mound. Hudson, Daniels and Superko, in- fielders, and McCormick in the outfield were the other outstanding members of the squad. NUMERAL WINNERS R. CHATTERTON W. CROUCH E. EGAN E. FOLGER F. HAZEN W. LANGEN L. LlBKIN E. McCoRMICK H. MCNEIL R. MILLER M. G. MORRISON A. SUPERKO A. SUTTO J. TOMPKINS P A G I 226 I TRACK TRACK GRODSKY LAMONT ATKINS POORMAN ERICKSON MC LELLAN BRU BAKER POTTER GRETSCH DALE SEYMOUR FELKER SANDERSON AUSTIN BROOKS TOLAN DALTON SEYMOUR MC ARTHUR TARBILL FARRELL KETZ CARLSON FREESE Varsity Track Team OFFICERS Captain ............ WILFORD H. KETZ Coach ............ STEPHEN J. FARRELL Manager ............ RICHARD F. GRETSCH PERSONNEL PERRY J. AUSTIN, ' 31 BOOKER BROOKS, ' 31 ARNIE ERICKSON, ' 29 CRAWFORD L. FELKER, ' 30 ERNEST J. FREESE, ' 29 ISADORE M. GRODSKY, ' 30 WILFORD H. KETZ, ' 31 ALLEN C. LAMONT, ' 31 GEORGE H. MCARTHUR, ' 29 EDWIN B. POORMAN, ' 30 NATHAN S. POTTER, ' 30 FRANCIS D. SANDERSON, ' 29 DALE A. SEYMOUR, ' 30 DALTON A. SEYMOUR, ' 30 JOHN W. TARBILL, ' 29 THOMAS E. TOLAN, ' 31 A MA BEACH F. ARENDT, ' 28 SAMUEL F. ATKINS, ' 30 CLARENCE B. BENSON, ' 30 BURL C. BRUBAKER, ' 30 GLEN A. CARLSON, ' 29 RICHARD M. CHAPMAN, ' 30 WALTER D. MCLELLAN, ' 30 RANDOLPH B. MONROE, ' 30 RICHARD J. WILLIAMS, ' 29 THEODORE C. WUERFEL, ' 29 PAGE 228 Wiljord II. Km Track ' HE indoor track season at Michigan, while to a large extent void of sensational performances, was nevertheless satisfactory. The Big Ten Meet did not go so well, but this setback was made up for by the winning of the traditional contest with Cornell and, later on, by the fine showing made in the year ' s outdoor events. The first meet entered was the nineteenth annual conference indoor contest, held at Iowa City on March 8th and 9th, in which the Wolverines placed fifth with 7-5 6 points. First place was taken by the Iowa team with Illinois trailing nine points behind. Third and fourth positions went to Wisconsin and Chicago respectively. The Iowa victory, though a surprise, was well-earned. Most spectacular of all the events was the breaking of Coach Stephen J.Farrell world record ; n pole vau l t i ng by Camby of the home team who cleared the bar at 13 feet, 7 inches. Conference marks were also established or equalled in the one mile run. made in 4:22.9; the 60 yard dash made in :06.2; and the 70 yard high hurdles made in :08.7. In the 60 yard dash, Eddie Tolan of Michigan pressed Simpson of Ohio State hard in the home stretch and managed to obtain a second place. The Wolverines made their other points in the shot put, where Poorman was fourth; the running high jump, where Felker tied for first; and the one mile relay in which Michigan came in third. In view of the fact that the Wolverine team had had no previous dual meet experience and six members were sophomores, the showing made was considered entirely creditable. Points were regis- tered in four out of ten events to finish ahead of Ohio State and four other Conference aggregations. On the next week end, however, by taking two first places, a second, and a third, in the Illinois Relays and the Cleveland High School meet with Ohio State, the Maize and Blue men more than made up for their bad start in track. In these contests, staged simultaneously at Urbana and Cleve- land on March 16th, the team seemed at last to have struck its stride. The surprise event of the day was Grodsky ' s victory in the 40 yard dash at Cleveland over Kriss of O. S. U., the time being :04.5. At the same time the veteran Al Lamont was covering the 1000 yard course out in Illinois in 2:21.1 to obtain Michigan ' s other first place for the day and beat out Massey of Kansas State Teachers ' College. The other points were won by Tolan, who was third in the Illinois 75 yard dash; and by the relay team which trailed Pennsylvania for a second place in the Cleveland events. The Indoor season finally closed on March 23rd with a decisive victory when the Varsity trackmen easily stopped the invasion of Cornell with a score of 59 to 36 which marked the seventh victory over the Ithaca team. Three field house records were broken to place Michigan in the lead in the only home meet on its indoor program. The statistics of the contest show the remarkable team balance possessed by the team in winning eleven firsts, three seconds, five thirds, and a tie for first in the pole vault. Starting with an eight point lead when Monroe and Austin came in first and second in the mile run with a time of 4:29.9, the Varsity was temporarily checked when Poorman managed to place only third in the shot put. A few moments later, though, the Seymour twins tied for first in the 440 yard dash in 51.6 seconds; and Potter ran the 65 yard high hurdles in :08.5 Richard F. Gretsch RPW5 i+ 4 ' 229 TRACK Tolan wins the hundred at Illinois with Atkins, also of Michigan, in third place. The team ' s score was again boosted when Eddie Tolan and Grodsky placed first and second in the 60 yard dash and Wuerfel made a third in the two mile run. Then Al Lament led the field in the half mile with Benson third to make the score 38 to 22 in favor of Michigan. The real surprise of the meet came when McLellan tied Colyer of Cornell for first in the pole vault at 12 2 feet. Further scores were rolled up when Tarbill took first in the 65 yard low hurdles in :07.S with Potter second and the mile relay quartet made a spectacular exhibition to finish first in 3:28.6. The meet ended when Felker cleared the high jump bar at 6 feet % inch. The high point man for the meet was Potter of Michigan. The outdoor season, like the indoor period of competition, got off to a poor start shortly after spring vacation when, toiling through a course of mud, the Track Varsity was defeated in the Kansas relays at Lawrence, Kansas, on April 19th. The only bright spot for Michigan was the victory won in the two and a half mile medley relay by a team composed of Dalton Seymour, Lament. Benson, and Monroe, which placed first, covering the course in 10:59.1. Tolan came in third in the 100 yard dash. Another event attended was the Drake Relays in which Captain Ketz, by tossing the hammer 157 feet, 8-2 5 inches, broke the meet record and won first place in the event, his teammate Williams obtained a fourth. Grodsky, Murray, Tarbill, and Tolan rang up a second place in the 880 yard relay and another s in the 440. Tolan pressed Elder of Notre Dame to f take third in the 100. S The prestige established at Iowa was upheld a week later, when Michigan administered a crushing defeat of 82 to 53 to the Minnesota squad at Minne- apolis. The team took nine firsts and one tie in the meet. Grodsky and Tolan figured in much of the scoring, Arnie Erickson Edwin B. Poorman PAGE 230 WXHH TRACK Crawford L. Felker Clifford Murray the former being first in the hundred with a time of 10 seconds and placing after Tolan in the 220. Dale Seymour nosed out Catlin of Minnesota for first place in the quarter mile. Felker managed to tie Otterness of Minnesota for first in the high jump. The day was closed when Potter led the field in the 220 yard low hurdles, and Lament took first in the 880 yard run. The Kansas setback proved to be only tem- porary, for during the ensuing two weeks, Coach Farrell was able to overcome many of the weaknesses so that scoring 69 points to their opponents ' 66, the Wolverine trackmen could down the powerful Iowa team in a spectacular meet on Ferry Field. Although Iowa took nine out of a possible fifteen firsts, the steady performance of the entire Michigan team more than made up for the brilliant individual achievements of the Hawkeye stars. During the meet two new marks were hung up, one by Eddie Tolan, who covered the 220 in :20.9, and the other by Captain Ketz, who tossed the hammer 165 feet 10 inches, breaking his own record by five feet. Tolan also won the 220 yard dash easily. The events that clinched the victory for Michigan were the discus and hammer throw in which slams were scored. In the other contests Michigan failed to lead, but captured enough seconds and thirds to win. The following week in a dual meet with Illinois, Coach Farrell ' s men showed surprising good form in the closing events, almost man- aging to overtake the undefeated Illini squad. Although no records were broken, due to the poor condition of the track, Tarbill, of Mich- igan, was able to equal the dual meet mark in Francis D. Sanderson Isadort Crodsky e. Richard M . Chapman Dale and Dalton Seymour Allen C. Lamonl PAGE 231 TRACK if A Thomas E. Tolan J. Perry Austin the 220 yard low hurdles, covering the course in 23.5 seconds. Eddie Tolan also took first in the century dash and in the 220, doing the former in :09.9 and the latter in :21.3. Other Michigan firsts were obtained by Bud Poorman, who tossed the shot 43 feet, 1 inch, by Sanderson with a discus throw of 136 feet, 5J4 inches; and by Ketz who hurled the hammer 144 feet, S inches. The Seymour twins finished one-two in the 440. These rather unexpected achievements by Michigan trackmen made the Illinois victory margin narrow with a final score of 73 to 62. The Big Ten Meet was held at Evanston, May 24th and 25th. Running up against the well balanced team from Urbana on its way to a third consecutive title in this meet, Michigan ' s Varsity managed to register 35 points and place third. The Illini champions had a score of 51} 2, followed by Ohio State ' s 39 points. It was a meet full of record smashing performances. Chief among the athletes to make this possible was Eddie Tolan, Michigan ' s colored star, who tied Charlie Paddock ' s time of :09.5 in the 100 yard dash to be later acclaimed world champion. Tolan also closely followed George Simpson of Ohio State in bettering the Big Ten 220 mark with a time of :20.6. The other world record was set in the 220 yard low hurdles by Rockway of Ohio State at 22.8 seconds. Most of Michigan ' s points, were not accumu- lated in capturing firsts, although Ketz took the hammer throw with a toss of 154 feet, 7 inches and Felker was a partner in a three way tie in the high jump at six feet. Consistent strength throughout the events was responsible for the team ' s success- Nathan S. Potter 232 TRACK Freshman Track A LTHOUGH small in the number of numeral men, the 1929 Michigan yearling squad, with - Coach Hoyt in charge, boasted several men of exceptional ability in track events who promise to be good varsity timber in their sophomore year. Strength in the track events, though, was not great enough to overcome the first year men ' s weakness in the weights and in the broad jump, which lost the two telegraphic meets engaged in, one going to Minnesota S6J to 42J , and another to Illinois 91 to 49. Among the freshmen who figured prominently in the garnering of points in these meets, Campbell stood out with several places in the dashes, while Wolfe and Fitzgibbons showed up well in the mile and two-mile runs, and McLaughlin and Chase in the half mile. In the other events good form and promise were also shown by Allen, a pole vaulter, Wood in the high hurdles, McHose a high jumper, and Grinnell, a weight man. L. E. ALLEN M. R. ANDREAE R. BLACK J. CAMPBELL S. CHASE R. CRAWFORD C. M. DAVIS H. FALLS D. W. FITZGIBBONS B. GLADING NUMERAL MEN I. L. GRINNELL R. M. JOHNSON A. KAMINSKI B. G. LANSDALE J. G. MACORMACK G. McHosE J. D. McKlNLEY D. W. MCLAUGHLIN W. MERRILL R. S. NOLLEDO W. B. O ' NEiL ED. RUSSELL D. S. SHETTER IVAN SMITH A. G. TROMETER W. W. WARD J. J. WHITE L. C. WHITSET H. WOLFE C. R. WOOD H. WORD EN wm m PACE 233 CROSS COUNTRY IfifcfJi KKNNKUY LOWMASTER D ' ANNA COACH FARREI.L FITZGIBBONS Cross Country AFTER the Wolverine harriers nosed out Ohio to place third at Columbus in the Western Conference Meet, letters were awarded to Captain Benson, Pete Austin, D ' Anna, and Fitzgibbons. The last three will return for competition again next year. This showing came as a surprise after a discouraging early season in which the team lost a dual meet to Wisconsin and lost to the Buckeyes in a triangular meet with Ohio and Illinois. Several good freshmen runners will be eligible for next season so that the squad should be fairly formidable. In the past the race for the Harplam trophy has been confined strictly to Michigan men. This year it was decided to award the competition to the first Wolverine to finish in the Conference Meet. Pete Austin won this honor and D ' Anna and Fitzgibbons were awarded cups. PAGE 234 ! GOLF COURTR1GHT WARD LEWIS ROYSTON COACH TRUEBLOOD AHLSTROM Golf T Y WINNING all of its dual conference meets, Michigan ' s 1929 golf team - earned its second consecutive unofficial " Big Ten " title. Although Captain Bergelin was the only veteran, a well balanced team was developed which won every contest quite easily. When Chicago was defeated in the last meet of the season it was the seventeenth straight conference win for the Maize and Blue golfers. Led by Bergelin, who was runner up to Bolstead of Minnesota, Michigan followed the Gophers to take second place in the conference meet at Minneapolis. Dave W ' ard won his match in every meet except that at Chicago in which he did not com- pete. The members of the team were: Captain Bergelin, Ward, Livingston, Lewis, Ahlstrom and Royston. Prospects for 1930 are very promising as all are returning . except Bergelin. Lenfesty and others from the fresh- rtL man squad should make the regulars work hard to " " " retain their positions. Scores MICHIGAN MICHIGAN ......... 18 MICHIGAN ......... 16 MICHIGAN MICHIGAN ......... 11 MICHIGAN. . 14 ILLINOIS ' 7 l % PURDUE NORTHWESTERN ... 2 WISCONSIN OHIO 1 CHICAGO. 4 Cap . Rergflin PAGE 235 SWIMMING RAIKE FRANTZ LADD MILLER STAELIN HCBLEY HUGHES BROWN MAC MAHON WARNER MC CAFFERY MANN FISHMAN LAIT GRIMSHAW HOSMER WALKER WALAITIS AULT GOLDSMITH SMITH MC DONALD THOMPSON BOLDT VALENTINE 1930 Swimming LTHOUGH the Varsity lost the Conference swimming championship which it has held for three years, it came through the season undefeated to win the dual meet title. Led by Captain Schwartz who won three firsts, the Wildcats scored forty-five points toMichigan ' s thirty-one in a meet which broke all but two of the existing records. Captain Ault ' s victory in the 440-yard free style event and the win tallied by the 160-yard relay were the Wolverine ' s only victories. Michigan started its season by conquering the Detroit Yacht Club with a score of 42 to 32 and followed it up with a win in the first Conference meet. Taking first in every event and winning the water polo game 8 ' to 0, the Maize and Blue swim- mers easily defeated Indiana 57 to 14. In the next contest, the Varsity lost only one race to the Toronto Y.M. C. A., winning 49 to 26. Goldsmith and Aubin, Canadian Olympic star, finished together to set a new pool record in the breast stroke. Walker was high point man with firsts in the 50 and 100-yard free style events. Again displaying its versatile team strength the Varsity won every event to score 57 points to State ' s 18. Every pool record was shattered in the contest but the medley relay team was disqualified after an easy win. Coming to Ann Arbor a week later, Minnesota met the same fate which has been held for all of Michigan ' s opponents and took only one first place to lose by a 52 to 23 score. The 200-yard free style relay established a new pool record of 1:36 in the meet. Frank Walaitis was high point man when he won both the 50-yard free style and diving besides PAGE 236 SU ' IMML (i swimming on the free style relay team. Goldsmith turned in an impressive per- formance in the breast stroke along with his work on the victorious medley relay. In one of the closest and hardest fought dual meets ever contested in the Big Nine, Michigan defeated Northwestern 40 to 35. Each team won four firsts but the Wolverines ' margin of victory was assured when they took both relays. Bob Walker, swimming in sensational style, overcame Convode ' s lead of eight yards to win the 300-yard medley relay. Captain Ault won the 440-yard race and Walaitis the div- ing, while the 160-yard relay set a new world ' s record of 1:13 2 5 seconds for the other victories. Before returning to Ann Arbor the Varsity dropped a 39 to 36 decision to the Chicago Athletic Association natators. Michigan defeated Wisconsin, 62 to 13, to pile up the largest single score in the Conference this year. The Wolverines took first and second place in every event. Goldsmith bettered his own breast stroke pool record, by swimming the event in 2:38.6. The relay quartet tied the world ' s record for 200 yards. Coach Mann presented a well rounded team throughout the season with out- standing men in every event. In Captain Ault, a Canadian Olympic star, and Ladd, he had two dependable 440 men, while the free style was even stronger in the shorter distances with Walker, Hosmer, Walaitis and Smith doing most of the work. Valentine and Boldt in the back stroke and Goldsmith and Miller in the breast stroke were consistent point winners. Raike and Walaitis did most of the diving. FACE 237 WRESTLING KAR1MURA LAWRENCE H1NE O. PARKER BENNETT SHANKLAND REIF STODDARD MC DONALD ROLPHSON THERON DONAHUE BARNES POWERS WOODARD KELLY COACH KEEN CAPT. HEWITT R. PARKER STEINKE SIGERFOOS ALD1NGER DUNSTAN MAC GILI.IARD BENZ Wrest ling STARTING the season with only three veterans, Coach Keen ' s mat team de- veloped into a well-rounded organization. Although the Varsity took third place in the Conference rating it was one of the best teams ever to represent the Maize and Blue. The single dual meet loss to Indiana was more than made up for when the Wolverines came through to set a record by taking four of the Big Nine individual titles. With Auer out due to an injury, and only six Michigan men left in the meet, Captain Hewitt, Otto Kelly, and Ray Parker won their bouts to finish the season undefeated. Hewitt was an easy winner over LaFavour of Illinois after each had gone through his bracket with little com- - petition. Kelly threw Gray of Purdue and took a good time advantage from Payner of Iowa. But things were not so easy in the finals and he had a tough battle which took two overtime periods to conquer Hammer of Wis- consin, the defending champion. Parker had little difficulty in the 168-pound class and was the easiest winner of the group. Then came the surprise when Steinke upset the dope by beating out a field which in- cluded Scott, an Olympic wrestler from Indiana. Led by Parker and Stoddard who won falls, Michigan conquered Franklin and Marshall 22 to 8, in the first Robert D. Hewitt James 0. Kelly PAGE 238 li TJaM YjfRATJiflKekTJal WRESTLING meet of the year. The Eastern team, undefeated for the past three years, put up a hard struggle in every bout, but the opposition was too great. Hewitt, Benz, Kelly, and Woodard all won by time decisions to provide the large margin of victory. The Wolverines made a perfect record on their initial trip by winning from Prince- ton with a 21 to 15 score. Hewitt and Kelly both scored falls in this meet. The stellar performance of Michigan ' s veterans, plus the work of Woodard, enabled the Conference champions to win their first Big Nine meet from Ohio State, 16 to 14. Kelly and Hewitt again won falls while Parker and Woodard took time decisions. In the next contest the Varsity matmen lost only two matches, both by time decisions to overwhelm State 24 to 6. Displaying splendid form, the Michigan grapplers shut out the supposedly strong Purdue squad 30 to in the second Western Conference contest. Auer, in the heavyweight class, won by a fall, while Kelly and Hewitt continued in a tie for high scoring by pinning their opponents. In the next meet, one of the closest and hardest fought of the season, Indiana defeated Michigan 14 to 12. Each team won three matches while the other two went the limit to draws. Although the Varsity defeated Northwestern 25 to 3, its Con- ference championship hopes were lost, for Indiana routed Ohio State to clinch the title. The Purples scored two draws to register their only points. In the final dual meet of the season the Varsity defeated Wis- consin 6 l 2 to 9 2 to take third place in the Western Conference. It was a bitterly fought contest, with four of the eight bouts going into overtime periods, but the Maize and Blue finally scored five wins. Ray F. Parker PAGE 239 kT TJKH TENNIS mffl PENDELL BEAL REINDEL SWANSON BRACE RYAN HAMMER DUSENBURY NELSON FIELDS CLARKE CLARK Tennis IN SPITE of the cold, rainy spring which greatly interfered with practice and forced the cancellation of four out of the nine matches scheduled, the tennis squad managed to pass through its season ' s competition undefeated and to tie with Chicago for the Big Ten championship. In the dual meet at Ann Arbor Lott won his match against Captain Barton and Rexinger defeated Spencer to give Chicago and early lead in the match, but Beal, Moore, and Schaeffer came through in the match, to give the Wolverines a lead when the competition was called and lead out. Kingsley G. Moore Coach Henry C. Hutchins Kenneth G. Schaefer PAGE 240 n: Nis Robert . Btal Marvin A. Bacon James II. Spencer The individual prowess of George Lott, who ranked number three in American court circles, enabled Chicago ' s doubles team to defeat Barton and Hammer in the finals of the conference meet after a hard five set struggle. Lott also took the singles to earn first place for his team. Michigan placed after Ohio State for a close third. Doctor Henry C. Hutchins has returned from abroad and will coach the 1930 team. Although Captain-elect Hammer and Beal are the only returning letter-men, some strong A. M. A. men along with promising sophomores should give Michigan a fair team. Nelson, Dusenbury and Swanson, A. M. A. winners and Brace, Reindel, and Clarke, sophomores, should put in strong bids for varsity positions. SCORES MICHIGAN 9 MICHIGAN 9 MICHIGAN 7 MICHIGAN (tie) NORTHWESTERN. . INDIANA MINNESOTA 1 CHICAGO (tie) Horace J. Barton Edward J. Hammer PAGE 241 HOCKEY SIPOLLA TOMPKINS SCHLANDERER LANGEN LOWRY JOSEPHS NYGARD CAMPBELL BRYANT Hockey DURING a strenuous season of twenty games, the Michigan hockey team won its first conference championship and in addition was very successful in extra- conference competition. The team scored victories over Western Ontario and Ontario Aggies early in the season. Coach Lowry took the team East during the vacation period where it made a very favorable impression on collegiate puck circles. At Lake Placid Michigan lost a three game series to Yale ' s international championship team. Play in all of the games was close and the Easterners ' victories were aided by Michigan ' s lack of reserve strength which was a handicap all through the season. The strong Hamilton team was defeated by a decisive score. Western trip competition began at Wisconsin where a hard fought pair of games was split. This experience was duplicated at Minneapolis where the Gophers suffered their first defeat on home ice in over two years. The last game of the trip was dropped to Marquette. At the Ann Arbor Coliseum the Wolverines lost and won a poorly played contest with Minnesota. Michigan defeated Wisconsin in the first game of the next return series and in the following game battled to two overtime periods to secure a scoreless tie which gave the Wolver- ines the half game advantage needed to secure first place. This hockey season was made significant by the establishment of Michigan as a strong hockey school. Tompkins, Hart, and Langen were unofficially named on an all-conference sextette. 242 FENCWG W DOWSETT FRIEDMAN SCHKYER LOVELL KOON JOHNSTONE Fencing ' I V HE Wolverines won every match to take the Conference dual meet champion- - - ship in fencing. Beginning the season with an inexperienced team Coach Johnstone ' s men showed fair form to take all their matches by close scores. Going into the Big Nine tournament favored to win the title, the Varsity met some stiff competition in the teams it had previously defeated and failed to place in the meet. Captain Stolpman, who tied for second place in the foils, and Dowsett, who placed fourth with four other men in the epee, scored the Wolverines ' only points. After taking a ragged contest from Michigan State early in the season, the Maize and Blue swordsmen showed unexpected improvement to defeat the strong Illinois team, Western Conference champions. Ohio Wesleyan was defeated 14 to 3 in the next match and on the following afternoon Ohio State lost 10 to 7 in the second Con- ference match. The meet against Chicago was the toughest test of the season but the Varsity ' s display of team strength was enough to keep its record clean. Bob Gordon was the only man to go through the regular season unde- feated but he was off form in the final meet and did not place in his event. Captain Ken Stolpman, who lost only one match during the year, Friedman, and Lovell were the regu- lar representatives in the foils, while Hammer and Gordon contested with the sabre. Dowsett was the best man with the epee. mmm 243 1mm Sf mmm CHEERLEADERS Cheerleaders ' I V HE cheerleading squad performed its duty of coordinating the yelling support of the crowds of eighty thousand at the football stadium last fall in fine style. The element of color was introduced at the games this year more than heretofore with the return of some of the older cheerleaders and the impressment of the six year old son of a former leader. At the Harvard game Michigan was favored with the services of " Hap " Haff, ' 13, who lead cheers the year Michigan last played the Cambridge eleven. The block " M " of twelve hundred men was executed as efficiently as last year which resulted in a strong cheering nucleus. It was a deplorable fact, however, that the section ' s ignorance of the latter verses of the " Yellow and Blue " forced the band to play it only once through. Between halves at the Purdue game tradition was observed when Robert Campbell, treasurer of the University, presented to Montgom- ery Shick the symbolic silver mega- phone bearing the names of the past cheerleading captains. Shick ' s acro- batic cleverness in leading yells was a popular feature of the games last fall. PAGE 244 ISTRAUURAL ma VAVf i ATHLETICS The Intramural Sports Department ' I V HE Intramural Department at Michigan was established by Mr. Floyd Rowe - " - at the beginning of the 1913-14 school year as a branch of the Athletic Association. The program included thirteen sports. In the two succeeding years the activities were gradually extended, but in 1917 the advent of the war ca,used the department to be dissolved for the time being. The Department was reorganized in the year 1919-20, with the position of director being filled by Mr. Elmer D. Mitchell, a former member of the Varsity coaching staff. The impetus the war gave to athletics, the increased enrollment in the University, and the cumulative experience of previous years combined to make the first year more successful than any previous one, and each succeeding school term has exhibited a progressive extension in both the scope and the number of partici- pants in the 27 sports promoted. After a six-year existence separate from the Athletic Association, the Intramural Department was placed under the Board in Control of Athletics in 1926, though the headquarters were continued in Waterman Gymnasium. The new board out- lined and put into effect as soon as possible an ambitious program of expansion, which has been altered from year to year as experience dictated, some sports being dropped upon proving undesirable and others being added as popularity and facilities permitted. Cricket and Rugby football were thus tried in 1913 and 1919 but discontinued be- cause of the small amount of interest. It was also deemed advisable to drop American football in 1920, but on the other hand thirteen other branches of sport were added to the original list. An outstanding event in the de- partment ' s history and development was the construction of the new Intramural sports building which was financed by the earnings of inter- PAGE 246 ATHLETICS ffl Elmer D. Mitchell Paul R. Washke collegiate athletics and is of similar construction and design to Yost Field House and contains almost every conceivable feature which can be used in indoor sport and recreation. The addition of the new building has greatly enlarged the program in the following activities: swimming, basketball, volleyball, handball, squash, boxing, wrestling, fencing, indoor baseball and golf, water polo and tennis. It also provides locker space for 4000 men of the student body and faculty. The department attempts to provide facilities for every branch of sport in which there is an evident interest on the part of the students. Besides the competitive games of a more strenuous nature, a number of minor sports of a mildly recreational type are pro- vided for those preferring them. In addition a system of conditioning and physical examination has been worked out for the more violent activities. For the second time in the history of the University Summer Session, a compre- hensive program of intramural athletics was conducted under the supervision of Mr. Paul R. Washke, Assistant Di- rector, during the summer of 1929. This program included competitive play, such as : tennis, swimming, play- ground ball, golf, handball, squash racquets, horseshoes and other games adapted to mid-summer. To further this plan the Board in Control of Athletics also offered all the facilities of Ferry Field, South Ferry Field, and the Field House for the use of the summer session students, who were thus able to obtain all the advantages of those attending the University during the winter months. 247 ATHLETICS f RUNDE KLIVANS The Intramural Department Student Managers PROUSE FLEISHMAN MORROW WITHROW ARSULOWICZ BENNETT THE steady growth and development of the Intramural Department has opened up to students a new field of non-athletic activities in the management of the various sports sponsored by the department and, under the supervision of the director and assistant director, a complete system of tryouts and promotions has been worked out. To the freshmen and sophomores trying out for the different positions is assigned the routine work of the department, together with the responsibility for individual games. In their junior year these students are eligible for appointment as Sports Managers, in whose charge is placed the promotion of the programs in their respective fields, successful completion of which work usually leads up to a senior managership and the award of a letter. The general supervision of the work in the different sports is carried on by the Field Supervisors of the Department, Earl N. Riskey, A. A. James, John Johnstone, and R. W. Webster. These men are in turn responsible to the Director, Mr. Elmer D. Mitchell, and to the Assistant Director, Mr. Paul R. Washke. It is these officials, together with the student managers upon whom falls the task of efficiently carrying out the forward looking program of the Department. Earl N. Riskey BMB BI Randolph W. Webster John Johnstone Abram A. James 248 ATHLETICS Jack Dempsey looks over the new Sports Building in the spring of 1929 and puts on an exhibition for the stu- dent pugilists. The main gymna- sium can be used for boxing matches as well as tennis, volleyball, basketball, and the J-Hop. PAGE 249 A THLETICS PHI KAPPA Psi Fraternity Swimming Champions Runner-up THETA CHI STEVE JONES Hand-Ball Champion A. H. JOLLY Golf Champion R. WlCKERSHAM Runner-up KINSMAN AND JOKI Horseshoe Champions ]. B. JOHNSON Squash Champion THETA CHI Fraternity Water Polo Champions Runner-up PHI BETA DELTA PAGE 250 VATJL ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA Fraternity Speedball Champions Runner-up DELTA UPSILON CHI Psi Fraternity Tennis Champions Runner-up THETA CHI ROBERT W. CLARKE Tennis Singles Champion PHI BETA DELTA Fraternity Wrestling Champions Runner-up TAU KAPPA EPSILON PAGE 251 MwM ATHLETICS PAGE 252 PUBLICATIONS PUBLICATIONS BAUSCHARD in (Control of Student Publications FACULTY MEMBERS DEAN HERBERT SADLER, Chairman PROF. EDSON SUNDERLAND, Business Manager DEAN JOSEPH BURSLEY PROF. ROBERT C. ANGELL FREDERICK BAUSCHARD STUDENT MEMBERS JOSEPH HOWELL GEORGE BRADLEY SUNDERI-AND PAGE 254 PUBLICATIONS GEORUE E. LEONARD, JR. SAM ATKINS anensan GEORGE E. LEONARD, JR., Managing Editor SAM ATKINS, Business Manager EDITORIAL UPPER EDITORIAL STAFF Activities and Organizations . . . JAMES WARD Seniors .... WALLACE WESSELS Athletics GEORGE DUSENBURY Features DON BELL Fraternities JOSEPH WITTER Art Work STAFFORD HODDER Lower Men ' s Staff: FRED BRACE, FREDERICK MERNER, EDWARD McKAY, WILLIAM KNOX. Tryouts: JOHN LEDERLE, JOHN RAYMOND, HAROLD NEAL, KENNETH YOURD, EDWIN SCHOTTSTAEDT, BEN G. McFATE. Art Staff: WAYNE MEAD, ROLAND YEAGER, JAMES RICHARDSON, LEE BLASER, PHILIP AUSTEN. TREBIl.COCK PAGE 2S5 Women s Staff DOROTHY TREBILCOCK, Women ' s Editor DOROTHY WOODROW, Women ' s Business Manager Features . Athletics . JUNIOR WOMEN ' S EDITORS VIRGINIA Hosic Activities MARIAN GIMMY Sororities . MARGARET MORIN FLQRENCE FRANDSEN WOMEN ' S UPPER BUSINESS STAFF HELEN PYE, Assistant Business Manager Accounts Sales . MARY STEWART SALLY PATTERSON AIMEE LAMBIE DOROTHY McGuFFiE Advertising Organizations .... Lower Editorial Staff: MADELINE ANDRESS, VIOLET ANSORGE, MARGARET AMENDT, DOROTHY BIRDZELL, PAULINE BOWIE, AUDRA COOK, ELIZABETH COVERT, AGNES GRAHAM, EMILY GRIMES, HELEN HAAPAMAKI, ANDRINA IVER- SON, WlLLENA KALMBACH, JOHANNA K.ANANEN, MARIAN LAMB, VIRGINIA McCREARY, ALMERINE MONTGOMERY, DOROTHY SAMPLE, MARIE WESTIN, MARIAN WILLISTON. Lower Business Staff: JANET ALLEN, ADA ALLMAN, MAY ASHLEY, HORTENSE BUMPUS, BETTY CARPENTER, AGNES DAVIS, RUTH ELLIS, MARIAM HIGHLEY, ULDEAN HUNT, HARRIET KLINE, MAURINE KNOX, VIRGINIA LADD, VIRGINIA MANUEL, Lois McGuiRE, MARION NAYLOR, MARY RICH, KATHERINE SITTON, MARIE WELLSTEAD. STEWART HOSIC PATTERSON GIMMY FRANDSEN MORIN MC GUFFIE PAGE 256 wm. PUBLICATIONS HOI-MKISTKR DICKERSON Ol.MSTEAD tj ichiganensian Business Staff Business Manager SAMUEL F. ATKINS UPPER BUSINESS STAFF Advertising Manager GEORGE HOFMEISTER Accounts Manager .... . . EGBERT DAVIS Sales Manager .... . CLAY OLMSTEAD Organizations Manager . . BEAKES DICKERSON Men ' s Lower Staff: HARRY BENJAMIN, HOTZEL BODE, DAVID CULVER, JOE GATES, JOHN HARDING, STANLEY HYMAN, JACK LENTESTEY, JUD PECKHAM, ERNEST STECK. 1 1 i. ' t;ul.M.i All i J. " BRACE GATES BODE PECKHAM BENJAMIN CULVER LENTESTEY MC KAY KNOX MERNER MARW1L MILL MANUEL ASHLEY ANDRUS COOK ANSORGE KANANEN KALMBACH COBERT HARWITH MONTGOMERY IIIGIILEY HUNT ALLMAN MC GU1RE CARPENTER STECK HARDING KNOX BOWIE WELLSTKAD GRIMES SITTON DAVIS BUMPUS KLINE BIRDZELL GRAHAM HAAPAMAKI WESTIN LAMB 257 ' PUBLICATIONS VNIVtRilTY " MICHIGAN RUSSELL DUNN EDWARD NELL Articles Editor Publication Editor College Notes Editor The Technic Managing Editor EDWARD R. NELL, ' 30E EDITORIAL STAFF L. VERNE ANSEL, ' 31E HOWARD H. FORSTER, ' 31 A ROBERT D. THOMPSON, ' 31E Humor Editor . . . Alumni News Editor Arch. Editor Art Editor .... BAZLEY W. JOHNSON, ' 32E ROLLIN W. CLARK, ' 32E FRANK F. FLORES, ' 32A Business Manager Advertising Manager JACK L. SPENCER PROF. H. W. MILLER PROF. E. M. BRAGG ASSISTANTS ROBERT WOLF, ' 31E SAMUEL B. MALIN, ' 32A BUSINESS STAFF . RUSSELL DUNN, ' 3 IE Circulation Manager G. LAWTON JOHNSON, ' 31E Accounts Manager . Asst. Circulation Mgr. . ERNEST S. STRAUBEL, ' 3 IE ASSISTANTS JEREMIAH P. BUCKLEY DAVID HANNAH FACULTY ADVISORY BOARD PROF. J. R. NELSON FACULTY EDITORIAL ADVISOR DONAL HAMILTON HAINES WILL F. Ross, ' 31E . LYLE ZISLER, ' 32A JOHN WHITE, JR. LOUIS F. SCHIMANSKY, ' 32E ERVIN GREENBAUM, ' 32E BEN LANSDALE, ' 31E WILLIAM MERRILL, ' 32E RAYMOND G. SCHMIDT PROF. J. E. EMSWILER PROF. J. M. ALBALADEJO 2ISI.ER STRAUBEL SPENCER MALIN WOLF GREENBAUM BUCKLEY MEKRILL B. JOHNSON G. JOHNSON WHITE LANSDALE FORSTER DUNN NELL THOMPSON ANSEL PACE 258 PUBLICATIONS BHH E. JEROME ELLISON- THEODORE S. LONG n (gargoyle HUMOR MAGAZINE Editor . . . . Business Manager Reviews Exchanges . JOHN S. MARSHALL DOROTHY WILSON SYLVIA KLEIN LESTER ORNSTEEN E. JEROME ELLISON THEODORE S. LONG EDITORS CHARLES S. MONROE ARNOLD BECKER, PAUL SHOWERS LEE BLASER, WHITFIELD HILLYER EDITORIAL STAFF FRANK E. COOPER JEROME GOLDMAN JACK CUTTING HARRY L. ARNOLD BUSINESS STAFF Accounts Manager DONALD COOK Foreign Service Manager MILLARD DEUTSCH Advertising Manager SAMUEL FIEGEL Circulation Manager REED ORR Accounts Manager BRUCE PALMER LOWER BUSINESS STAFF ROBERT AMBERG NATHAN FRED STANLEY BETZ WALTER HOLT DOUGLAS BRIEN EDWARD McCoRMicK JOSEPH FRANK HARCOURT PATTERSON COLBY RYAN PAUL ICERMAN HOBART SKIDMORE ORNSTEEN MC CORMICK ICERMAN FRED CUTTING MARSHALL BLASER RYAN HILLVER SHOWERS KLEIN WILSON BECKER MONROE ELLISON LONG PATTERSON FRANK DEUTSCH PALMER AMBERG FIEGEL BRIEN ORR PACE 25 V A " HHBB PUBLICATIONS WCIVERME lill TU ENTUMS FH WENT LAWRENCE E. WALKLEY LAWRENCE R. KLEIN Summer vJtiCichigan ' Daily EDITORIAL STAFF Managing Editor . . ' LAWRENCE R. KLEIN Editorial Director HOWARD F. SHOUT Woman ' s Editor ... MARGARET ECKELS City Editor CHARLES ASKREN Books Editor LAWRENCE R. KLEIN Sports Editor S. CADWELL SWANSON Night Editors: HOWARD F. SHOUT, S. CADWELL SWANSON, WALTER WILDS, HAROLD WARREN, CHARLES ASKREN. Reporters: BEN MANSON, Ross GUSTIN, DOROTHY MAGEE, PAUL SHOWERS, DEIDRE McMuLLAN, LEDRU DAVIS, MARGARET HARRIS, WILLIAM MAHEY, MARGUERITE HENRY, RHEA GOUDY. BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager LAWRENCE E. WALKLEY Assistant Business Manager VERNOR DAVIS Publications Manager EGBERT DAVIS Circulation Manager JEANETTE DALE Accounts Manager NOAH BRYANT SPATER WALKLEY E. DAVIS SHOWERS BYRANT V. DAVIS WARREN HENRY KLEIN ECKELS ASKREN PUBLIC A TIONS WOm HIKES UfSfT A. J. JORDAN ELLIS B. MERRY ELLIS B. MERRY, Managing Editor A. J. JORDAN, JR., Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF Editorial Director City Editor . News Editor . Sports Editor . GEORGE C. TILLEY PIERCE ROSENBERG . DONALD J. KLINE EDWARD L. WARNER, JR. Women ' s Editor Telegraph Editor Music and Drama Literary Editor . MARJORIE FOLLMER CASSAM A. WILSON WILLIAM J. GORMAN LAWRENCE R. KLEIN Assistant City Editor . . ROBERT J. FELDMAN Night Editors: FRANK E. COOPER, WILLIAM C. GENTRY, CHARLES R. KAUFFMAN, HENRY J. MERRY, ROBERT L. SLOSS, WALTER W. WILDS, GURNEY WILLIAMS. Reporters: BERTRAM ASKWITH, HELEN BARC, MAXWELL BAUER, MARY L. BEHYMER, BENJAMIN BERENTSON, ALLAN H. BERKMAN, ARTHUR J. BERNSTEIN, S. BEACH CONGER, THOMAS M. COOLEY, JOHN H. DENLER, HELEN DOMINE, MARGARET ECKELS, KATHARINE FERRIN, SHELDON C. FULLERTON, RUTH GEDDES, GINEVRA GINN, JACK GOLD- SMITH, MORRIS GROVERMAN, Ross GUSTIN, MARGARET HARRIS, DAVID B. HEMPSTEAD, J. CULLEN KENNEDY, JEAN LEVY, RUSSELL E. MCCRACKEN, DOROTHY MAGEE, LESTER MAY, DAVID M. NICHOL, WILLIAM PAGE, HOWARD PECKHAM, HUGH PIERCE, VICTOR RABINOWITZ, JOHN D. REINDEL, JEANNIE ROBERTS, JOSEPH A. RUSSELL, JOSEPH RUWITCH, WILLIAM P. SALZARULO, CHARLES R. SPROWL, S. CADWELL SWANSON, JANE THAYER, MARGARET THOMPSON, RICHARD L. TOBIN, ELIZABETH VALENTINE, HAROLD O. WARREN, JR., CHARLES WHITE, G. LIONEL WILLENS, JOHN E. WILLOUGHBY, NATHAN WISE, BARBARA WRIGHT, VIVIAN ZIMIT. SPATER KLINE COOPER HALVERSON GENTRY HAMILTON FELDMAN KAUFFMAN UPTON ROSE WILDS MABLEY TILLEY FOLLMER MERRY JORDAN CHASE SCHERER ROSENBERG 261 WUBBBBM PUBLICATIONS ItJWAt DAVIS WATERMAN KITZMILLER KEENAN MC CULLY ELIEZER BLOOMGARDEN GOLDBERG CONVISSES MILLER SCHARF GOLDBERG GLASER VAN RIPER JOHNSON PATTERSON WILLIAMSON BUSINESS STAFF Assistant Business Manager Service Circulation Advertising T. ALEX K. SCHERER GEORGE A. SPATER J. VERNOR DAVIS HOLLISTER MABLEY KASPER H. HALVERSON, SHERWOOD A. UPTON Accounts JOHN R. ROSE Publications GEORGE R. HAMILTON Business Secretary MARY CHASE Assistants: BYRNE M. BADENOCH, JAMES E. CARTWRIGHT, ROBERT CRAWFORD, HARRY B. CULVER, THOMAS M. DAVIS, NORMAN ELIEZER, JAMES HOFFER, NORRIS JOHNSON, CHARLES KLINE, MARVIN KOBACHER, LAWRENCE LUCEY, THOMAS MUIR, GEORGE R. PATTERSON, CHARLES SANFORD, LEE SLAYTON, JOSEPH VANRIPER, ROBERT WILLIAMSON, WILLIAM R. WORBOYS, LAURA CODLING, AGNES DAVIS, BERNICE CLOSER, HORTENSE GOODING, ALICE McCuLLY, SYLVIA MILLER, HELEN E. MUSSELWHITE, ELEANOR WALKINSHAW, DOROTHEA WATERMAN. GUSTIN MC CRACKKN WISE DENLER NICHOI. RUWITCH WILLENS PAGE PIERCE COOLEY PECKHAM SACHS BERKMAN RUSSELL TOBIN SPROWL FULLERTON GOLDSMITH REINDEL FORSYTHE GOODMAN WARREN RABINOWITZ KENNEDY CONGER MANLEY ECKELS SHRIVER DOMINE MAGEE LEVY WRIGHT THOMPSON BEHYMER GRIMES BORERTS GEI1DES PAGE 262 5ftft EXECUTIVE EXECUTIVE Student (Council OFFICERS President ERNEST C. REIF ice-President JENNINGS McBaiDE Secretary . . H. BRUCE PALMER Treasurer . .... RICHARD S. COLE ERNEST C. REIF P. STANLEY COCHRAN A. JAMES JORDAN JERROLD W. CURRY MEMBERS Senior Members Junior Members Ex-Officio Members President, Michigan Union Editorial Director, Michigan Daily .... Member of the Board in Control of Athletics DONALD J. KLINE WILLIAM E. LOWRY MATHEW C. HADDON KENNETH M. LLOYD . GEORGE C. TILLEY LEERNE H. TAYLOR PAGE 264 EXECUTIVE Student Qouncil The objects of the Student Council of the University of Michigan are to provide for an effective means of communication between the undergraduate body and the University author- ities; to maintain the traditions and standards of the University; to exercise general supervision over student activities, organi- zations and conduct; and to make effective the sanest of student opinions. JENNINGS MC BRIDE COMMITTEES Advisory PRESIDENT REIF VICE-PRESIDENT McBRiDE COUNCILMAN TILLEY COUNCILMAN COCHRANE COUNCILMAN PALMER Convocations STANLEY TODD, Chairman ERNEST REIF, Ex-Officio Member BRUCE PALMER, Secretary JOHN WEBSTER, Representative of the S.C.A. Lois TILLEY LORINDA McANDREW Honor System COUNCILMAN JORDAN, Chairman COUNCILMAN HADDON COUNCILMAN PALMER ALEX SCHERER Nominating PRESIDENT REIF VICE-PRESIDENT McBRiDE SECRETARY PALMER COUNCILMAN LLOYD COUNCILMAN TILLEY COUNCILMAN TAYLOR Auditing PRESIDENT REIF VICE-PRESIDENT McBRiDE COUNCILMAN COCHRAN COUNCILMAN COLE COUNCILMAN LOWRY National Student Federation COUNCILMAN KLINE, Chairman COUNCILMAN CURRY COUNCILMAN HADDON Class Games COUNCILMAN COLE Pep Meetings COUNCILMAN COCHRANE Homecoming COUNCILMAN TILLEY Burton Campanile COUNCILMAN McBRiDE National Student Federation Representative . . . COUNCILMAN LOWRY Union Merit System COUNCILMAN LLOYD Christmas Seals COUNCILMAN CURRY Deferred Rushing .... COUNCILMEN TILLEY, CURRY AND HADDON . hi The Architectural Society President . Vice-President Treasurer . Curator Faculty Advisor Faculty Advisor Senior RICHARD G. BECK CLARENCE R. VLIET Sophomore LYLE F. ZISLER AUSTIN O ' BRYON OFFICERS PAUL F. JERNEGAN C. WAYNE MEAD MORTIMER H. HAWKINS ROBERT P. McCoRMicK PROF. WILLIAM C. TITCOMB ASS ' T. PROF. WILLIAM V. MARSHALL THE COUNCIL Junior PERCY E. KNUDSEN CLAUDE M. GUNN Freshmen THOMAS T. CURRIE GROVER H. LOGAN Women DOROTHE M. WHITE ELIZABETH F. MARTIN PAGE 266 The Architectural Society COMMITTEES Advisory JAMES Ai KK, Chairman R. FRANKLIN OUTCALT, President of Senior Class MARTIN K. CRONV, President of Junior Class JOHN R. GREY, President of Sophomore Class JOSEPH WHITE, President of Fresh- man Class ANNA ROBB, Alpha Alpha Gamma Finance MORTIMER H. HAWKINS, Chairman Louis E. SMOGKR ABRAHAM WARONOFF JAMES WILLARD JAMES AUER DONALD KIMBALL JACK W. MILLS FLOYD R. JOHNSON Membership Louis E. SMOGER, Chairman ROBERT E. KENNEDY LYI.E F. ZISLER JULIA M. CONLIN FRANK E. WHITE ALICE E. MATHEWS DOROTHEA B. BROWN HELEN NECHODOMA Publicity ABRAHAM WARONOFF, Chairman ROY B. BLASS, Editor of the Arc- light WILLIAM G. CRAWFORD ALICE E. MATHEWS MARJORIE G. McGuiRE JAMES SLIMMON WILLIAM H. CLARK WALTER A. GRULA CARL RIKMENSCHNEIDER JOHN R. EDGAR Reception JAMES WILLARD, Chairman EDWARD G. HALSTEAD CLAUDE D. SAMPSON- DOROTHY AGNEW House Committee ROBERT P. McCoRMicK, Curator HOWARD L. PRESTON- WILLIAM H. DENLER EDWARD X. TUTTLE ROBERT BRAIDWOOD LOUISE HINCZ ALBERT W. OLSON Arts and Aesthetics ALEXIS V. LAPTEFF, Chairman WILLIAM W. COMSTOCK RALPH MISKIE JAMES T. LENDRUM PHILLIS REYNOLDS JOHN R. WHEELER Alumni Relations WARREN A. KOERNER, Chairman MARVIN DEVOS ROBERT L. BENSINGER YANKUM K. YANG CARL J. RUDINE Inter-Class CHARLES R. GREENIDGE, Chairman Vice-President of the Senior Class JULIA MAE CONLIN, Vice-President of the Junior Class ]. RUSSELL BAILEY, Vice-President of the Sophomore Class JAMES D. SEATON, Vice-President of the Freshman Class REBECCA COLE, Alpha Alpha Gamma On Speakers ELIZABETH B. CUTTER, Chairman SHELDON A. ELY DONALD R. STEINBAUGH HUMPHREY JACKSON STANLEY FLEISCHAKER By-Laws FREDRICK J. SCHWEITZER, Secretary, Chairman HARRY L. SMITH JAMES L. HIBBS THOMAS W. PEMBERTON WILLIARD GENTZ Sofia DONALD A. KIMBALL, Chairman WILLIAM W. LEONARD ELIZABETH B. CUTLER JOHN L. POTTLE ELIZABETH LORCH VIRGINIA GIES WALTER P. HICKEY NEIL E. WARREN CLAUDE M. GUNN DONALD M. CHAFFEE ELIZABETH FAIRBAIRN CLARENCE A. SCIIOEN HELEN MAYNARD PAUL MATHEWS Annual FLOYD JOHNSON, Chairman CARL A. SCHWARTZ JOHN R. BRINGLOE LORNE E. MARSHALL OWSLEY VOSE VIRGINIA HANI. AN STAFFORD M. HODDER IVALITA GLASCOCK ELIZABETH WHEELER DONALD KIMBALL CHARLES R. GREENIDGE WILLIAM H. REID RUTH VANTYLE ROBERT E. HARTWICK MABEL McCuTCHEON 267 EXECUTIVE KENNETH M. LLOYD Union BOARD OF DIRECTORS President KENNETH M. LLOYD Recording-Secretary JAMES E. THAYER VICE-PRESIDENTS Literary WILLIAM A. MURPHY Engineering CHARLES R. WADDELL Medical WILLIAM A. SCOTT Law MANLY K. HUNT Dental MAYNARD B. STOVER Combined J. MARK FELTON Financial Secretary Alumni Secretary . Faculty Member Dean of Students . Alumni Member Alumni Member Faculty Member Faculty Member Board of Regents EVANS HOLBROOK T. HAWLEY TAPPING G. CARL HUBER JOSEPH A. BURSLEY DANIEL F. ZIMMERMAN SIDNEY SMALL HENRY C. ANDERSON . JOSEPH R. HAYDEN . JAMES O. MURFIN FELTON STOVER THAYER SCOTT TAPPING HUNT MURPHY WADDELL DR. HUBER PROF. ANDERSON ZIMMERMAN FLOYD PROF. HOLBROOK PROF. HAYDEN DEAN BURSLEY PAGE 268 EXECUTIVE LOU IYER Ml ;:: ten ITT ru I -. Union EXECUTIVE COUNCIL President ......... KENNETH M. LLOYD Recording-Secretary ....... JAMES E. THAYER JAMES E. THAYER Chairman House Committee Assistant Chairman House Committee Chairman Reception Committee .... Assistant Chairman Reception Committee Chairman Underclass Committee .... Assistant Chairman Underclass Committee . Chairman Publicity Committee .... Assistant Chairman Publicity Committee LEANORD WILSON ALBERT DONAHUE . WALTER REICHENBACH . ALFRED PALMER . ROBERT ACKERMAN . JOSEPH WITTER HAROLD WARREN JOHN E. GILBERT PACE 269 Ktlf EXECUTIVE Engineering Council Chairman Secretary G. E. HOLBROOK, ' 30E A. B. EVANS, ' 32E MEMBERS President President President President R. F. GRETSCH, ' 30E . J. P. DIEHL, ' 31E . J. R. JONES, ' 32E C. F. WHITE, ' 33E R. S. McCov, ' 30E P. S. COCHRAN, ' 30E F. H. BEBEE, ' 31E W. J. BIRD, ' 31E H. J. GlLMARTIN, ' 31E C. G. KIRKBRIDE, A.I.CH.E. R. C. DALY, A.S.C.E. C. W. DOANE, A.I.E.E. S. J. CHENEZ, A.S.M.E. H. B. ANDREWS, Quarterdeck G. L. BEARD, Transportation Club E. R. NELL, Michigan Technic MC COY GRETSCH DALY BEARD DOANE KIRKBRIDE NELL EVANS HOLBROOK CHENEZ WHITE BIRD GlLMARTIN DIEHL BEBEE PAGE 270 EXECUTIVE Engineering Honor Society COMMITTEE Chairman ROBERT D. THOMPSON Secretary-Treasurer CLARE J. WHEELER, JR. EGMENT R. ARNOLD GEORGE L. BEARD JOSEPH T. ELLIOTT LELAND M. MORSE MEMBERS ROBKRT THOMPSON EDWIN F. RUSSELL ROBERT D. THOMPSON CLARE J. WHEELER, JR. WILLIAM S. WOOD JOHN C. WIDMAN RUSSELL ELLIOTT BEARD ARNOLD M9RSE WOOD THOMPSON WI1KE1.ER WIDMAS PAGE 271 EXECUTIVE Student (Christian Association EXECUTIVE OFFICERS President JOHN E. WEBSTER V ice-President LAVERNE TAYLOR Secretary-Treasurer NELSON W. ARMSTRONG J. E. WEBSTER BOARD OF TRUSTEES Chairman IRA M. SMITH Secretary CHESTER C. BENNETT FRANK E. ROYCE PROF. GEORGE E. CARROTHERS EUGENE N. CLARKSON FERDINAND N. MENEFEE COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Student Relations FREDRICK BAUSCHARD Student Forums FENELON W. C. BOESCHE International JOHN BRUMM Freshmen DONALD KOCH Devotional Services HARLEY KLINE Fresh Air Camp THEODORE HORNBERGER TODD HOLMES LANGEN BOSWELL HALL ROSENBERG LLOYD HARTLEY BENNETT KOCH BAUSCHARD WEBSTER BOESCHE KLINE BRUMM Ml EXECUTIVE Hillel Foundation OFFICERS Director . RA BBI A. H. F:NK Secretary VICTOR C. ROSE President, Student Council MORRIS ZWERDLING ice-President, Student Council . BYRON J. NOVITSKY Secretary, Student Council JANE E. BERG STUDENT COUNCIL M. ALEXANDER J. BERG A. J. BERNSTEIN J. COHEN I. COOPER B. M. EHRLICH MRS. F. FRANKEL M. FUCHS A. GOLDBERG M. KLASS L. KOVINSKY M. ZWERDLING S. LAX N. LEVY E. MILLER B. NOVITSKY M. PEKARSKY E. SCHNEIDEMAN S. SIMON J. SOLOMON M. SOROCK I. YORYSH J. ZWERDLING PEKARSKY J. ZWERDLING SOLOMON BERNSTEIN MILLER ALEXANDER LEVY LAX KIIRI.ll II COHEN GOLDBERG KOVINSKY MRS. FINK FUCHS SCHNEIDEMAN KLASS STERN RABBI FINK M. ZWERDLING BERG NOVITSKY YORYSH ROSE 273 EXECUTIVE Senior ' Rail Committee CLASS OF 1930 Chairman . RALPH ABBOTT RUTH BROOKE STANLEY COCHRAN RICHARD COLE HARRY COLL CHARLES YOUNG HAROLD HAMMOND CHARLES MONROE JONES SHANNON ALEXANDER RUELLE FREDERICK WIDMANN EDMUND YERKES WIDMANN YERKES MONROE RUELLE COLE YOUNG ABBOTT BROOKE HAMMOND SHANNON COLL COCHRAN PAGE 274 Amid the picturesque setting of " Die Kaleidescope Stadt " , a colorful city of fantasy, 1500 couples danced away the hours at Michigan ' s premier social event, the J-Hop of the Class of 1931. Ted Weems ' and Fletcher Henderson ' s orches- tras provided excellent music for the affair which was held in the Intramural building on Valentine ' s Day. FRANCIS BEBEE JOSSELYN MCLEAN 1931 J-HOP COMMITTEE Chairman FRANCIS BEBEE Secretary . JOSEPH SAHLMARK Treasurer FRED MITCHELL LEO CONWAY, Assistant Chairman ALBERT DONOHUE, Tickets KEITH BENNETT, Floor RICHARD FURNISS, Music JAMES MACMEEKIN VICTOR KIRSCHNER GEORGE WEYL, Booths HENRY SCHMIDT, Favors NEIL WARREN, Decorations DONALD COOK, Invitations MAX MELICK VERNE PIAZZA MELICK WARREN SAHLMARK MITCHELL WEYL KIRSCHNER BENNETT MAC MEBKIN PIAZZA SCHMIDT DONOHUE FURNISS BEBEE COOK PAGE 275 . EXECUTIVE Sophomore ' Prom Committee CLASS OF 1932 FREDERIC BUCHAN, Chairman JOHN BAILEY MORTON BARKIS HARRY BENJAMIN DALE DEWITT ELIZABETH GERHARD JOHN KREKELER GERALDINE MEGARO JAMES PAGE ALBERT PALMER EDWIN RUSSELL SIBLEY SEDGEWICK JAY SIKKENGA CHARLES SOMMERS MILTON SOROCK CHARLES WISE LYLE ZISLER WISE SOMMERS PAGE RUSSELL DEWITT KREKELER BENJAMIN BARRIS MEGARO BUCHAN GERHARD SEDGEWICK mmm EXECUTIVE Frosh Frolic JAMES HAYWARD, Chairman HARRY ALLEN PEARL BENTLER CATHERINE HEESEN EDGAR HORSEY JOHN SCHROEDER FRANK O ' BRIEN FRANK RILEY ARTHUR ROBINSON CHARLES RUSH EXECUTIVE Alumni Association of the University o OFFICERS President .................. ELMER J. OTTANVAY, ' 94 Publisher, Port Huron Times-Herald, Port Huron, Michigan First Vice-President .............. DR. G. CARL HUBER, ' 87 M Dean of the Graduate School, University of Michigan Second Vice-President ....... . . . . . H. HOBART CORWIN, ' 99 President, Corwin Lumber Company, Jackson, Michigan Secretary .................. Louis P. JOCELYN, ' 87 Teacher of Mathematics, Ann Arbor High School Treasurer .................. ROBERT A. CAMPBELL Treasurer, University of Michigan DIRECTORS Professor of Law, University of Michigan ........ RALPH W. AIGLER, ' 07 Vice-President, Stevens Wood, Inc., New York .... J. WALTER F. BENNETT, ' 99E Vice-President, Cody Trust Company, Chicago, 111 ....... HIRAM S. CODY, ' 08 Junior Vice-President of The Retail Credit Company, Atlanta, Ga. . . EMORY J. HYDE, ' 04 Comptroller of Budget, General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. . . . CHESTER H. LANG, ' 15 Physician, LaPorte, Indiana ........... H. H. MARTIN, M ' 92- ' 93 Vice-President and General Manager, Graham-Paige Co., Detroit, Mich. . JAMES O ' DEA, ' 09 Chief Co-ordinator, United States Government, Washington, D.C. . DENNIS P. QUINLAN, 94L Attorney, Omaha, Nebraska .......... STANLEY P. ROSEWATER, ' 08L Executive Vice-President, Exchange Trust Company, Tulsa, Okla. . H. L. STANDEVEN, ' 99, ' OIL Attorney, Escanaba, Michigan ....... ..... TORVAL E. STROM. ' 08L Attorney, Saginaw, Michigan ..... . . . ARTHUR WEADOCK, ' 16- ' 18, L 19- ' 20 Publisher, Cincinnati, Ohio ..... ...... E. J. WOHLGEMUTH, ' 00- ' 03 Detroit, Michigan ............. MRS. ARTHUR L. COLTON, ' 15 Washington, D.C ..... . ...... MRS. A. H. VANDENBERG, ' 06 EXECUTIVE OFFICERS General Secretary ............. . T. HAWLEY TAPPING, ' 11, ' 16L Council Secretary and Assistant to General Secretary ..... FRED S. RANDALL, ' 19- ' 20 THE MICHIGAN ALUMNUS The Official Publication of the Alumni Association 36 Issues per year. Editor .............. . T. HAWLEY TAPPING, ' 11, ' 16L Assistant Editor ............... SUE GRUNDY BONNER, ' 27 Assistant Editor ............... A. ESTHER JOHNSON, ' 28 WALDO M. ABBOTT, ' 11, ' 13L ASSOCIATE EDITORS BESS L. McLouTH, ' 13 ARTHUR J. BERNSTEIN, ' 31 WKl 1 PAGE 278 HONOR 6ATTU-flND[!!WTriHl fAT-BUUD[R.- ATCS ftltNHVCHItr-COOUT WIIKHItf-nVKHINJ MIKH-BUIlttB-MDUIZ. MHHIUHtWlUM mm-mi RAIN-WATll - AULT TCPEt-fOlt-CHAPMAN CHRBK-OUU-tlilM BUJH-KOUT- f 0(,AQTr HfAP-HKH-HO DEB. (OON-rACt-JOCOAN LYNX-tYE-UONACP LOP-EAE -LOWO (ANOt-FOOT-MANd BKc AiktT-OWd BUU-NUIt-COOBMAN MOli-ROTTOM-OUINN HOCIt-TAIL-RLIF MH-U MQHttl WAB- WHOOP -TODC PAGE 280 7 O.VO f DRUID5 JOHNfc.EJFlNGLB. ARTHUR. L. CBOSi MOUIS r. T1LLLY RAY L. FISHL . THE ORDLfc OF 1930 eo LR.T K. ADAMS FR.E.D. CLAR.E.NCE. 6. CHAB.LtS W. BISHOP PHILIP N. BR.OWN C. U.OWN JOHN B.. LFFINGE.R., JR.. FHANK R.. LOVE.LL HAROLD MYB-ON JOHN F. B.1CE. CHAtZ-LL 0. R.OTH SANDL iOM oE.oR.ot w. M.AGLE. PAUL F. 5TE.KE.TF.E..JR. HAttY W.WALLACE E.DVJAtt.b L. WA.tt.NE.B- DAVID W. WAB.D FHE.D. C. WIDMANN JIPwA HONOR HONORARY VULCAN3 H.C. Anderjon J.H.CMM! A E.Cool y M.H.Hio bie J.C Parker- H.C.Sacfler G.J.W;ilFams VULCAN5 or I9JO George L. Beard Phillip S. Cochran Mor--_y (I. Coif Jr. Ludwiq Cmdc Richard IF. Gret.sch l iadore f .Grodjky N . G rii now Robert i$.A eCov Edward R. Nell Charles R.V addell Theodore Will Charlc j R.Wood Jr. PAGE 282 HONOR A c j i vt Ci A f y E PAGE 283 TAW HOXOK Wilbur R. Humphreys Robert A. Campbell Waldo M. Abbot HONORARY Henry C. Carver Charles B. Vibbert ACTIVES John A. C. Hlldner Charles R. Wagner Franklin C. Cappon Pharaoh " Kap " Halverson Rho-tund, trumpet of pharaoh " Caddy " Swanson Kheppa, purveyor of the papyrus " George " Hofmeister Shekklepaw, Cashier of the Nile bank " Cliff " Murray Punthr, leader of the warriors " Jim " Slmrall Gladdhandhr, waver of the royal palm " Bill " Garrison Itt, recruiter of the royal harem " Stew " Smith Otulp, master of irrigation " Jack " Rose Zero, Pharaoh ' s soothslayer " George " Dusenbury Shifting Sands, the mightiest molecule " Red " Wilson Komuh, the camel haired one " Joe " Russell Tufti, carrier of the warriors ' water " Art " Highfield Niphthy, Pharaoh ' s favourite fop " Bill " Gentry Tufhi, Pharaoh ' s delight " Wally " Wessels Khandld. oracle of the Nile " Walt " Wilds X-otik, the harem ' s faudrite " Bill " Browne Tsk-tsk, quoter of the queen ' s quip " Whit " Hillyer Zephyr, hot breeze of the Sahara " Bruce " Palmer Ka-gee, spreader of the royal mesh " Norm " Daniels Omar, the tentmaker " Hank " Merry ran IlOMIIi HOMOR,Ali,Y K. C. AUDEE.SOM A. H. L O V E. L I K. G. S A p L L A. L. W H i T E. n. t. 2, i i. BU2,SLE,Y T 2-1 A W 4 L LS-Of- I 9 50 H. BEBE 4 LAW-JO JOHUSOU L " 1 , v. J. E.UZ WiLLllH 0. Bie,P K-OBtej M ScoviLLt K. ChUMKlLl EPWAtP A. SI6AE JOBIl R DIENL WILLIAM H. foutH UOBEEJ p. ]opsou HI6H Z.P :. pUILUISS J1UE.S A. WAR. " J. 4ILUA JIX EOE E vl. A MAE.VIU HIAHU C JAC16 UHEtuz wmm PAGE 285 Off A HONOR T elta Sigma National Honorary Forensic Society OFFICERS President WALTER P. NORTH V ice-President ORMAND DRAKE Secretary-Treasurer . MARY LOUISE BROWN FACULTY MEMBERS GAIL E. DENSMORE, A.M. EDWIN D. DICKINSON, J.D., PH.D. Z. CLARK DICKINSON, PH.D. Louis M. EICH, PH.D. CLARE E. GRIFFIN, PH.D. JARL ANDEER OLLIE BACKUS NORMAN BOWERSOX MARY LOUISE BROWN HAROLD CHARTER ORMAND DRAKE GERALD DYKSTRA B HRAIM GOMBERG EMMANUEL HARRIS LAURENCE HARTWIG MARGARET HENKEL VIRGINIA HOUGHTON ACTIVE MEMBERS JAMES M. O ' NEILL, A.B. G. SHOREY PETERSON, PH.D. JAMES K. POLLOCK, Pn.D. THOMAS H. REED, LL.B. I. LEO SHARFMAN, LL.B. STEPHEN JONES PAUL KERN THOMAS KOYKKA ELLIOT MOVER WALTER NORTH LAURA OSGOOD RUSSELL SAUER RICHARD SAVAGE HOWARD SIMON NADINE STEWART DORA VANDENBERG JOHN WEBSTER SIMON KERN SAVAGE ANDEER WEBSTER MOVER BOWERSOX JONES KOYKKA CHARTER HARTWIG DRAKE VANDENBERG NORTH BROWN SAUER HONOR Spsi on Honorary Musical Fraternity OFFICERS Director GILBERT B. SALTONSTALL Assistant Director HOLLAND E. CATCHPOLE Librarian DWIGHT H. LEWIS Usher WALTON H. SCHUH RICHARD BONELLI ROBERT A. CAMPBELL PALMER CHRISTIAN WILLIAM GUSTAFSON THEODORE HARRISON BARRE HILL ALBERT LOCKWOOD SAMUEL LOCKWOOD JAMES AUER JOHN BEAN CHARLES BELL CHESTER BENNETT HARLAN BOND HIRA BRANCH NORMAN BOWBEER MARSHALL BYRN EDMOND COOPER JEROME CROSS LEONARD DELP CHARLES DOYLE DONAL DRESSELHOUSE HUBERT FAIRCHILD A. LEE FREEMAN HONORARY MEMBERS WILFRED WILSON- JOSEPH E. MADDY EARL V. MOORE HANNS PICK E. MORTIMER SHUTER CHARLES A. SINK JOHN PHILLIP SOUSA ALBERT A. STANLEY LAWRENCE TIBBETT ACTIVE MEMBERS LAWRENCE GOODMAN LAWRENCE GOODSPEED CHARLES GREENIDGE DON HALL ELBERT HOWELL RUSSELL JACK GEORGE L. JOHNSON GEORGE W. JOHNSON WILLIAM KLECKNER ROY LANGHAM RUSSELL MALCOLM GEORGE MEADER JOE NARRIN OGDEN C. PERRIN WILLIAM REYNOLDS STEWART ROWE J. RAY SCHMIDGALL STANLEY SCHOEMAKER .ROLLAND SEVERY ELBERT TRAIL THEODORE TROST LEE VANANTWERP CHARLES WALDO MERLE WALKER JOHN WANNAMAKER CLIFFORD WIGHTMAN EDWARD WEINMAN WILLIAM WEINMAN SHERWOOD WINSLOW RICHARD WHEELER ROLLAND YAEGER WIGHTMAN REYNOLDS HOWELL GREENIDGE AUER YABGER PERRIN WHEEI ER TROST DRESSELHOUSE SCHMIDGALL WALKER TRAIL BRANCH FREEMAN JOHNSON BOWBEER SKVKRY JACK LEWIS SALTONSTALL CATCHPOLE STHfH SCHOEMAKER FAIRCHILD PAGE 287 HOXOR Sigma (jamma Spsilon Honorary National Geological Fraternity Iota Chapter OFFICERS President GLENN C. TAGUE f ice-President ROBERT M. DICKEY Treasurer FREDRICK J. GRIMSHAW Secretary DAVID O. SCOTT Editor RICHARD A. EDWARDS HONORARY MEMBERS PROF. ERMINE C. CASE PROF. WALTER F. HUNT PROF. WILLIAM H. HOBBS DEAN EDWARD H. KRAUSE ASSOCIATE MEMBER PROF. LEWIS B. KELLUM ALUMNI MEMBERS DR. RALPH L. BELKNAP PROF. LAURANCE M. GOULD PROF. RUSSELL C. HUSSEY ROBERT M. GLENDINNING PROF. DEAN B. MCLAUGHLIN EVANS S. SCHMELING PROF. CHESTER B. SLAWSON CHARLES K. GRABER EDWIN C. GODDARD ACTIVE MEMBERS ROBERT M. DICKEY, ' 30 GLENN C. TAGUE, Grad. FREDRICK J. GRIMSHAW, ' 30 DAVID O. SCOTT, ' 30 ROBERT F. WHITWORTH, ' 30 WILLIAM CARLSON, ' 30 RICHARD A. EDWARDS, ' 30 RUDOLPH SOHLBERG ' 30 RALPH IMLAY, ' 30 LLOYD STAPLES, Grad. ROBERT CAMPBELL, ' 30 FRANK R. OLMSTEAD, Grad. SOHI.BEKI. lil.MSTEAD STAPLES EDWARDS IMl.AY i;K[MSHAW i " II I ARLSON GRABER GODDAKD (.LKNDlNMNti WHITWORTH DICKEY SLAWSON HUM CASE TAGUE HOHHS Me I.AUGHLEX KELLUM BELKNAP PAGE 288 II() OR a lens Honorary Medical Fraternity OFFICERS President yice-President Secretary Treasurer DR. HUGH CABOT DR. JOHN ALEXANDER DR. A. M. BARRETT DR. JAMES D. BRUCE DR. CARL D. CAMP DR. R. BISHOP CANFIELD DR. FREDERICK A. COLI.ER DR. DAVID M. COWIE DR. A. C. FURSTENBURG JAMES H. ALLEN GARNET W. AuLT WILLIAM BROMME WILLIAM D. COVENTRY PAUL R. HILDEBRAND CHARLES L. HUDSON WILLIAM HULSE ROBERT " . KING LEO A. H. KNOLL CHARLES E. LEMEN CHARLES L. HUDSON WILLIAM Hi i.sr. ! ' RANK II. MAXWELL JAMES H. ALLEN- HONORARY MEMBERS DR. JOHN ALEXANDER. Prefect DR. P M. HICKEY DR. G. CARL HUBER DR. ROLLO E. McCoTTER DR. L. H. XEWBURGH DR. MAX M. FEET DR. REUBEN PETERSON DR. CYRUS C. STURGIS DR. HAROLD G. WALLER DR. UDO J. WILE DR. VERNON L. HART ACTIVE MEMBERS FRANK H. MAXWELL JOSEPH C. PONTON JOHN B. SCHOENFELD WILLIAM A. SCOTT HOWARD E. SPAFFORD JOHN L. WILSON LAWRENCE E. BACH CHARLES M. BELL CHARLES D. BRANCH BYRON P. BROWN JOHN M. CiAI.BRAITH F. J. HERINGHAUS LEWIS H. JONES JOHN L. KEYES Louis F. KNOEPP DON MARSHALL ROBERT P. MEADER CHARLES H. MC!NTYRE WALLACE H. STEFKENSEN CLIFFORD B. TAYLOR Kl Vl BRAXUI IIKKIXC.IIAl-S HAITI BROWN JOXKS MEAIIKK STEVTENSDI KNOM ' I ' HHllMMl MC INTVRE MARSHALL i.MIIKAITII HKI.I. TAYLOR s|. |.|.|)Kli KNOI.I. SCOTT I.I-MKV si HIiKNKKI.II WII.SOV W1NTON K]N( . MVXWFII M I KV [IK. ALEXANDER III ' IISDN lll[.s|.. [Ill l h IIKAM) 1 UVF.NTRV PAGE 289 HONOR Scalp and Michigan Chapter 1909 OFFICERS President Treasurer Secretary Initiatory Master CARL E. HENNING WALTER P. ALBERT JOHN J. COUGHLIN CLIFFORD H. KEENE ROY B. BLASS ALBERT P. FLAGG CARL E. HENNING WALTER P. ALLERT EDWIN H. BEBEE FRANCIS H. BEBEE JOHN J. COUGHLIN ROBERT T. DOBBINS JOHN R. EDGAR GEORGE McCujRE R. JAMES FICHTEL -F. M. BARNDOLLAR Seniors HARLAN F. HEDDON FREDERICK PURDY MILTON E. BERGAMAN RICHARD D. STECHER Juniors JOHN P. DIEHL FRANK A. HAEG CLIFFORD H. KEENE ROBERT A. MURPHY Sophomores JAMES E. HAGGERTY WILLIAM D. O ' NEILL Freshmen ALVIN R. Moss JOSEPH W. PUERNER WALTER A. PETERSON EARL DIETCH GERALD S. SWERDFEGER EDWARD RHODES PAUL W. SEIPPEL HENRY W. SCHMIDT NORMAN ABRAMS THEODORE T. METZ JACK L. SPENCER ' PAUL A. RAUFF RALPH A. WARSTEN HARVEY C. BAUSS JOSEPH G. MENIHAN PETERSON BAUSS MENIHAN PUERNER WUSTKR RAUFF IMEHL MOSS SPENCER MURPHY DIETCH SEIPPEL RHODES DOBBINS HEDDEN SCHMIDT FLAGG ALLERT KEENE HENNING COUGHLIN BLASS STECHER 290 HONOR Scabbard and National Honorary Military Society OFFICERS Captain G. M. RYERSON First Lieutenant J. LANGLEN Second Lieutenant J. HALDANE First Sergeant R. OSENBURG ASSOCIATIVE MEMBERS BASIL D. EDWARDS, Major U.S.A. R. H. LORD, Capt. U.S.A. R. BENNETT C. B. BENSON W. J. BIRD E. V. CARMEN R. DARLING W. M. DUCKWITS V. P. FOSTER R. GORDON T. W. GORDON M. HADDON J. HALDANE D. W. HICKOX C. W. SELHEIMER, M.S. ACTIVE MEMBERS B. JOHNSON C. W. JOHNSON L. JOHNSON M. KUNKLE J. E. LESTER J. LONGEN R. A. MORTENSON C. MOVER R. OSENBL ' RG G. M. RYERSON W. SCZUDLO C. W. SELHEIMER R. WHITWORTH BENNETT HICKOX OSENBURG R. CORDON SELHEIMER DUCKWITS C W JOHNSON T W GORDON CARMEN L. JOHNSON BIRD LESTER WHITWORTH B. JOIINV.N ' llVlMWX KINKLE SCZUDLO BENSON MORTENSON DARI.IN., RYERSON EDWARDS LORD LONGEN FOSTER MOVKK HALDANE PAGE 291 HONOR ' Phi 8ta Sigma Honorary Freshman Scholastic Fraternity OFFICERS President ice-President . Pice-President . Secretary-Treasurer Senior Advisor . . KENNETH L. HOUCK . JACK H. BEECHLER MAURICE R. LOWENSTINE LYI.E F. ZISLER ROBERT A. CLAYTON HONORARY MKMBKRS ALEXANDER G. RUTHVEN JOSEPH A. BURSLEY MARSHALL ANDERSON FRANK H. BAKER NILES C. BARTHOLOMEW JACK S. BEECHLER SAMUEL H. BEER ELMER BERKENFIELD ALLEN H. BERKMAN LEONARD BERMAN PHILIP BERNSTEIN ADOLPH R. BOHN EDWARD T. CALVER SEYMOUR B. CONGER HARVEY T. DEINZER EMMETT E. EAGAN RALPH H. ELLISON JAMES F. EPPENSTEIN ALLISON B. EVANS LYMAN C. FISHER STANLEY B. FI.EISCHAKER NATHAN FRED ACTIVE MEMBERS ELBERT I. GAGE BEN GLADING JOHN E. GALVIN WILLIAM H. GORDON RAYMOND D. HETTERICK RICHARD E. HOLE KENNETH L. HOUCK GEORGE R. INNES PAUL R. IRVING WILLIAM A. JONES WILLIAM W T . KNOX Louis M. KIRSIN RICHARD W. LOVELAND FRANK B. LOVELL MAURICE R. LOWENSTINE JOHN D. MARTINDALE CHARLES 0. MARSHALL GEORGE W. MEYER WILLIAM MIKULAS ROBERT R. MILLER JOHN R. EFFINGER GEORGE W. PATTERSON- ANTHONY MONY GARY MUFFLY ADOLPH R. NACHMAN JOHN E. OHLSON WILLIAM E. SCHILLER FLOYD V. SCHULTZ CARL H. SCHWA RTX. JOHN H. SEABURY JESSE S. SOHN SYLVESTER J. STEPNOSKI MALCOLM R. STIRTON ALFRED E. TAYLOR EMIL S. TAMM AUGUST G. TROMETER HERBERT E. VAUGHAN LAURENCE C. WHITSIT FREDRICK Y. W T ISELOGLE SIDNEY H. WOOLNER EDWARD S. WUNSCH LYLE F. ZISLER CONGER DKIN EK I- ' ISIIKK MONV WHITSIT TROMETER BEKCHLER OHLSON TAMM ANDERSON VOOI.NER EAtiAN HETTERICK CORDON STEPNOSKI SCHWARTZ BERNSTEIN FRED (iAI.VIX MART1NUALK HOUCK ZISI.EK BAKER STIRTON FI.KISCHAKER 292 H Tau Beta Pi Honorary Engineering Scholastic Fraternity OFFICERS President GEORGE E. HOLBROOK rice-President .... WILLIAM C. REYNOLDS Carres-ponding Secretary . . WALTER H. ALLMAN Recording Secretary .... ... RAYMOND C. DALY Treasurer A. D. MOORE WALTER H. ALLMAN GEORGE L. BEARD RAYMOND C. DALY EDWARD G. FISHER MATHEW C. HADDON CHARLES G. KIRKBRIDE JOHN S. MCDONALD ROBERT E. NEIS HERSHAL F. POWELL EDWARD V. SCHULHOUSER CHARLES W. SUNDAY MEMBERS EDWARD F. YENDALL GEORGE E. HOLBROOK WILLIAM C. REYNOLDS CARL KAMMERMEYER ARMOUR G. BARBER WILLIAM J. DOWSETT ALLEN D. FORBES R. PAUL HARRINGTON ANDREW D. HASLEY YERNON G. HAWKINS ALFRED C. PROTTENGEIER JAMES D. REDDING ROBERT L. SMITH CHARLES E. STAFF KERMETH E. THORP BYRON WELLS MILES G. WELTER FRANCIS H. BEBEE JOHN C. GEYER ROBERT D. THOMPSON EMMETT W. MANNING DANIEL FINLEY ARTHUR D. MOORE THORP YENDALL HASLEY POWELL REDDING FISHER SKIS DOWSETT MANNING FORBES BEBEE HARRINGTON SCHULHOUSER BARBER HADDON PROTTENGEIER HAWKINS GEYER WELTER STAFF BEARD THOMPSON KIRKBRIDE SUNDAY DALY HOLBROOK MOORE ALLMAN REYNOLDS 293 wmm , HONOR Sigma T)elta Chi National Honorary Journalistic Fraternity OFFICERS President CHARLES S. MONROE V ice-President WILLIAM C. GENTRY Secretary GEORGE C. TILLEY Treasurer PIERCE ROSENBERG PAUL J. KERN- ALLEN SCHOENFIELD MEMBERS IN CITY T. HAWLEY TAPPING HERBERT E. VEDDER MEMBERS ON FACULTY PROF. WALDO M. ABBOTT PROF. JOHN L. BRUMM DONAL HAMILTON HAINES THEODORE HORNBERGER ACTIVE MEMBERS FRANK E. COOPER GEORGE DUSENBURY ROBERT FELDMAN CARL FORSYTHE WILLIAM C. GENTRY WILLIAM J. GORMAN WHITFIELD HILLYER LAWRENCE R. KLEIN CHARLES S. MONROE JOHN REINDEL PIERCE ROSENBERG JOSEPH RUSSELL PAUL SHOWERS ROBERT L. SLOSS ADSIT STEWART S. CADWELL SWANSON GEORGE C. TILLEY RICHARD L. TOBIN EDWARD L. WARNER HAROLD WARREN WALTER WILDS GURNEY WILLIAMS, JR. SHOWERS STEWART DUSENBURY TOBIN REINDEL FORSYTHE HILLYER FELDMAN WARREN SLOSS RUSSELL ROSENBERG MONROE WARNER COOPER PAGE 294 Hoy OK m m ' Barristers Senior Law Honorary Society OFFICERS Lord Chancellor ROBERT J. CLENDENIN Bailiff WILLIAM R. DAY V ice-Chancellor JAMES F. MILLER, JR. Master of Rolls THOMAS K. PENY Chancellor of Exchequer JOHN M. SHRADE FACULTY BARRISTERS DEAN HENRY M. BATES PROF. EVANS HOLBROOK PROF. N. R. COFFEY JUDGE K. JAMES PROF. JOSEPH H. DRAKE PROF. U. H. LANE PROF. EDGAR N. DURFEE PROF. BURKE SHARTEL PROF. EDWIN C. GODDARD PROF. EDSON R. SUNDERLAND PROF. G. C. GRISMORE PROF. HORACE L. WILGUS L. B. BUTLER C. F. BURGER R. J. CLENDENIN J. K. COLURLL N. E. DUNLAP R. C. HEANEY R. L. LlNDENMUTH ACTIVE BARRISTERS J. F. MILLER, JR. W. P. NORTH K. G. PEARSON D. F. RAWSON G. E. RICH R. D. SAUER S. E. JONES J. M. SCHRADE T. R. SKINNER H. H. SULLINGER C. J. VANBLARCOM J. H. VANDERWAL W. J. WEINMAN C. J. YOAKUM SULLINGER COLCRLL JONES VAN BLARCOM VANDERWAL YOAKUM PEARSON BUTLER DUNLAP WEINMAN LlNDENMUTH SAL ' ER NORTH RAWSON HEANEY MILLER PERRY CLENDENIN SCHRADE SKINNER PACE 295 Quarterdeck Society Honorary Senior Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering OFFICERS Commodore H. D. COOLEY Vice-Commodore H. B. ANDREWS p urs er W. I. SWANSTON Steward . . . . I. J. WANLESS FACULTY MEMBERS PROF. H. C. ADAMS, II PROF. E. M. BRAGG PROF. A. F. LINDBLAD DEAN H. C. SADLER ACTIVE MEMBERS C. O. PEAK H. C. REYNOLDS W. C. REYNOLDS E. S. STRAUBEL W. C. REYNOLDS PEAK STRAUBEL H. C. REYNOLDS SWANS1ON WANLESS ADAMS LINDBLAD COOLEY SADLER BRAGG PAGE 296 President f ' ice-President Secretary Treasurer and Flange Senior Civil Honorary Society OFFICERS ROBERT E. NEIS ARMOUR BARBER CHARLES SUNDAY CARL MILLER HONORARY MEMBERS PROF. C. T. JOHNSON- PROF. H. E. RIGGS PROF. H. W. KING PROF. C. O. WISLER PROF. J. H. CISSEL PROF. T. J. MITCHELL PROF. R. H. SHERLOCK PROF. L. M. GRAM PROF. W. C. SADLER PROF. W. C. HOAD PROF. R. L. MORRISON PROF. A. J. DECKER PROF. J. S. WORLEY PROF. G. L. ALT PROF. W. J. EMMONS PROF. J. A. VANDEN-BROEK MR. G. S. WILLIAMS MR. G. M. BLECKMAN MR. D. C. MAY MR. W. S. HOUSEL MR. L. C. MAUGH MR. G. MALSONADO PHILIP ALLEN WALTER ALLMAN ARMOUR BARBER RAY DALY DANIEL FINLEY ROBERT GRUNOW EDWARD HAHN DEAN HAMMOND YERNON HAWKINS ACTIVE MEMBERS CARL KIRCHGESSNER PHEK CHU LIM MEIL MACDOUGALL WALTER MAGNUSOX ROBERT McCov DAVID MICKLE CARL MILLER ROBERT NEIS RICHARD OSENBURG EDWARD SCHULHAUSER HOMER SKILLCORN WILLIAM SNYDER HOWARD STOREN CHARLES SUNDAY ROBERT TODD FRANK WHEELER BENSON WOOD SKI1ICORN AMMAN I1AI.Y HAMMOND HAWKINS MAC.srsoN KIRCIIGESSNER MAC DOUGALL MC COY osENBURCi MICKLE HAIIN SX roREN GRUNOW MII.I.ER - " -- BARBER IXDAY Al.l.KN R WOOD M II I ' l.in I ' PAGE 297 HONOR Alpha of tAlpha Kappa T elta Honory Sociological Fraternity OFFICERS President Vic e-President Secretary Treasurer ELROY S. GUCKERT . MARSHALL H. LEVY . PERSIS M. COPE MARIAN E. FULLMER ROBERT C. ANGELL ISAAC AVRAMOFF ANNA CAMERON LOWELL J. CARR JOSEPH COHEN PERSIS M. COPE WILLIAM DAVIS JOHN M. DORSEY MARGARET EATON ONA FELKER RICHARD C. FULLER MARIAN FULLMER ACTIVE MEMBERS JEAN GILMAN SIDNEY GLAZER DOROTHY GRIFFETH LUCILLE GROFF ELROY S. GUCKERT DOROTHY HAAS FRANCES HOCHBERG ROY H. HOLMES EDWARD C. JANDY MILDRED KERCHER MORRIS KLASS COLLEROKE KRASSOVSKY MILDRED KUENZEL MARSHALL LEVY ELMA LUNDAHL REGINALD MAcNnr ELMER MITCHELL WILLIAM PALMER ALICE M. REMER ELIZABETH ROBB VICTOR ROSE MARGARET SABOM PAULINE UNGER ARTHUR E. WOOD JANE YEARND HOLMES LEVY UNC.ER FULLMER ROBB WOOD COPE GUCKERT GILMAN KERCHER KRASSOVSKY YEARND GRIFFETH 8ta Chapter of ta Sigma National Honorary Classical Society CHAPTER ROLL OFFICERS President ESTHER HOERNER Pice-President EMMY Lou STARK Secretary CLARA MITCHELL Treasurer ARTHUR LEAN Chairman of Program Committee .... GRACE LEONARD PROF. A. R. CRITTENDEN PROF. W. L. CARR PROF. J. G. WINTER PROF. CAMPBELL BONNER HONORARY MEMBERS Assoc. PROF. J. E. DUNLAP ASS ' T. PROF. W. E. BLAKE ASS ' T. PROF. BRUNO MEINECKE ASS ' T. PROF. ORMA F. BUTLER PROF. B. D. MERRITT KATHRYN BENNETT LOUISE SHIER MARY DKAPER ASSOCIATE MEMBERS CHARLES PERRY LYDIA CASE IRIS EPPENS VIRGINIA REYNOLDS EDITH LIDKE IONE PALMER MARJORIE BETTLER BENJAMIN COHEN JEAN GRIGGS ESTHER HOERNER VIRGINIA LARMEE ACTIVE MEMBERS ARTHUR E. LEAN GRACE LEONARD EDWARD B. LOVE ELIZABETH MAXEY CLARA MITCHELL FRANCES RAE EMMY Lou STARK EMMA VAUGHN JOSEPHINE WEDEMEYER EVELYN WHITE DRAPER RAF WEDEMEYER PERRY VAVIIN LOVE BETTLER CASK PALMER LARMEE STARK MITCHELL LEAN HOERNER LEONARD CRIGGS PACE 299 HOXOR mam Owega OFFICERS President . . . rice-President Secretary-Treasurer Connsel or RICHARD H. FREYBERG SHERWOOD R. RUSSELL VAUGHN H. MORRISSEY ALBERT M. BARRETT PHILIP D. AMADON JOHN ALEXANDER PERRY C. BAIRD ALBERT M. BARRETT PAUL S. BARKER JOHN M. BARNES MARGARET BELL GEORGE H. BELOTE WILLIAM L. BONHAM JAMES D. BRUCE HUGH CABOT MOSES COOPERSTOCK CARL D. CAMP R. BISHOP CAXFIELD ORLIN J. CAMERON FREDERICK A. COLLER D. MURRAY COWIE ARTHUR C. CURTIS RICHARD H. FREYBERG SHERWOOD R. RUSSELL CHARLES L. HUDSON VAUGHN H. MORRISSEY FRANK H. MAXWELL FACULTY MEMBERS EDWIN J. DOTY CHARLES W. EDMUNDS THOMAS FIND LEY CARL H. FORTUNE ALBERT C. FURSTENBERG PRESTON M. HICKEY CARL P. HUBER G. CARL HUBER JOHN F. HUBER RAPHAEL ISAACS FRANKLIN D. JOHNSTON NORMAN R. KRETZSCHMAR HOWARD B. LEWIS WARREN P. LOMBARD HAROLD W. LOVELL ROLLO E. McCoTTER HAROLD F. MATTSON ACTIVE MEMBERS FREDERICK C. LENDRUM RALPH M. PATTERSON WILLIAM D. COVENTRY GRACE V. GORHAM EDWIN H. BOERTH COLIN C. McRAE JAMES H. MAXWELL WALTER G. MADDOX LEWIS H. NEWBURGH FREDERICK G. NOVY WALTER I R. PARKER GEORGE L. PATTIE MAX M. PEET REUBEN PETERSON R. C. ROTHENBERG HENRY K. RANSON GEORGE H. SEHRING CYRUS C. STURGIS HAROLD G. VALLER ALDRED S. WARTHIX CARL V. W ' ELLER UDO J. WILE FRANK X. WILSON ELWOOD W. MASON- HENRY W. SILL HARRY L. LEAVITT HORACE M. BOYDEN LEONARD E. ANDERSON PAGE 300 m ' Beta Chapter of lota 1929 1930 OFFICERS. 1929-30 President ice-President . Secretar -Treasurer CLAUDE L. CLARK H. E. 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RUNDERLAND STUDENTS APPOINTED BY THE FACULTY WILLIAM CARL BAUER, of Michigan NORMAN CHESTER BOWERSOX, of Ohio JACOB CLAYMAN, of Ohio ROBERT TAMES CLENDENIN, of Illinois ARTHUR LEWIS EVELY, of Michigan DANIEL JACK GALLANCY, of New York BOICE GROSS, of Michigan HARLAN LUND HACKBERT, of Wisconsin RALPH MORGAN JONES, of Missouri THOMAS VICTOR KOYKKA, of Ohio HYMAN KRANSBERG, of Michigan MALCOLM SPARHAWK LANGFORD, of Michigan ELVIN REMUS LATTY, of Maine ELLIOTT HARRY MOYER, of Michigan WALTER PHELPS NORTH, of Michigan GEORGE WILLIAM OTT, of Michigan VICTOR ALGERNON PECKHAM, of Michigan FRANKLIN JOSEPH RAUNER, of Michigan DAVID FIELD SCOTT RAWSON, of Vermont NORTON PARK RIDER, of Illinois JOEL KELL RILEY, of Ohio ARCHIBALD WHITNEY STORMS, of Nebraska ROBERT GEORGE SURRIDGE, of Ohio MILTON MARSHALL THOMPSON, of Iowa NORMAN ORWIG TIETJENS, of Ohio JOHN DAVID TODD, of Texas EUGENE WEINBERG, of Illinois WALDO OSCAR WILLHO FT, of Nebraska PAGE 302 MUSIC ORATORY Allk MUSIC, ORATOR} A D DRAMA of the nJX chigan Union OFFICKRS President . Secretary- Treas art r . HUGH CLANEY JOHN R. EFFINGER, JR. FACULTY MEMBERS DEAN JOSEPH A. BURSLEY PROF. O. J. CAMPBELL PROF. BRUCE DONALDSON PROF. W. A. PRAYER DONAL FlAMILTON HAINES PRES. ALEXANDER G. RUTHVEN PROF. EVANS HOLBROOK PROF. HERBERT KENYON PROF. EARL V. MOORE PROF. Louis A. STRAUSS THEODORE HARRISON HUGH CLANEY PAUL BUCKLEY ROBERT A. CAMPBELL HOMER HEATH NORMAN D. BROWN DAVID B. HEMPSTEAD WILLIAM J. BROWNE ARTHUR H. SMITH WILLIAM B. REED PHILIP S. COCHRAN JOHN R. EFFINGER, JR. HONORARY MEMBERS ROY HOYER WILLIAM E. OSBAND ACTIVE MEMBERS JAMES F. W T ARD PIERCE ROSENBERG GEORGE JOHNSON FREDRICK. K. KLEENE SIDNEY F. STRAIGHT EUGENE A. GILLIS GEORGE W. PRIEHS KENNETH S. WHITE DR. FRANK F " .. ROBBINS F ' .. MORTIMER SHUTER DOROTHY STONE ROY LANGHAM DANIEL H. BUELL HUGH CLANEY WILLIAM E. EDWARDS ROBERT M. MANSS THEODORE R. SKINNER GEORGE T. TREMBLE. JR. COCHRAN BROWN GILLIS EFFINGER BROWNE PRIEHS SMITH ROSENBERG MANSS TREMBLE WHITE BUELL IIAINBS STRAIGHT JOHNSON TITCOMB LANGHAM HEMPSTEAD HOLBROOK DONALDSON HARRISON CLANEY BUCKLEY SHUTER BURSLEY KENYON 304 Ml SK . ORATORY AM) I) HA. MA Cum . ll raves I i e- Go- The T vcnt -fourth Annual Musical Comedy Presented By the Mimes of the Michigan Union Book by DOXAL HAMILTON HAIXKS Music and Lyrics by LOWELL S. LOVE S. TRUESDALE MAYERS " M. J. REYNOLDS, JR. DAVID B. HEMPSTEAD, JR. DOXAL HAMILTON HAINES E. MORTIMER S11UTER ROBERT MANSS CAST Col. Henry White Maude White Mary White . Major Edward Green Captain Eric Black . Lieut. Bob Grey Sergeant Bull Private Hicks A Beachcomber . Senor Sanchez La Sombra Aragon .... JOHN M. WHITE . WILLIAM J. BROWNE BYRON W. DALRYMPLE ARTHUR E. BUTTON . HUGH CLANEY SIDNEY F. STRAIGHT CHARLES P. MOVER . GEORGE W. JOHNSON . DAVID B. HEMPSTEAD GEORGE T. TREMBLE, JR. NORMAN D. BROWN R. GEORGE RAXSFORD I Jl OLIVER O. CLAGETT ROBERT L. Dixox JAMES W. HARRIS ELLIOTT A. IMERMAN HENRY M. BACOX THOMAS M. COOLEY, II ALLAN HAXDLEY FRED J. BOSTROM ELIAS A. MILLER HARLEY J. McNEAL KENNETH L. BALL MILES E. BEAMER MELVIN M. BENSTOCK NORMAN W. BOWBEER GIRLS ' CHORUS GEORGE W. MEYER ROBERT S. MONTAGUE, JR. WILLIAM J. REYNOLDS ORVILLE B. SHAFER SPECIAL MEN ' S CHORUS FREDERICK K. KLEENE S. TRUESDALE MAYERS OFFICERS ELMER E. OESTRIKE KENNETH R. OSBORNE COVERT ROBERTSON VICTOR SHANMAN SOLDIERS RAYMOND A. GOULD MILO GRIGGS ARTHUR J. RAY HARRISON T. PLUM EMERSON J. STILES IVAN J. W 7 ANLEss CHARLES E. W ' ILLARD GEORGE S. YOUNG ARTHUR H. SMITH R. DUAXE WELLS ROBERT H. ZIEGLER RAY C. SUFFROX ROBERT W. WOODROOFE DUDLEY U. VOEDICKE JOSEPH ROSBECK KENNETH A. THOMPSOX CHARLES S. WHITE RICHARD C. ZER !UEHLEX mm m mm 305 MUSIC, ORATORY AND DRAMA f Uarsity OFFICERS Director Drill Officer . . Faculty Advisor . Student Manager Assistant Manager Associate Manager Librarian President Drum Major . Major . NICHOLAS FALCONE . CAPT. H. B. TURNER . ROBERT A. CAMPBELL ELBERT E. TRAIL DONALD MCDONALD GILBERT B. SALTONSTALL . JACK BRACKEN DWIGHT H. LEWIS . JOE NARRIN FRANK RILEY A. L. FREEMAN W. R. LESLIE W. H. SCHUH G. L. JOHNSON F. KIDD R. T. FULGHUM Cornets W. W. GRIFFITH M. B. UPHAUS C. E. BRUSH H. J. CATLIN G. EASTWOOD A. A. STOWE G. F. LELAND M. T. TOWNER G. W. BALYEAT H. G. DALBY M. HELPER Oboe DWIGHT LEWIS Drums ]. RAY SCHMIDGALL D. G. DRESSELHOUSE J. AUER J. D. MARTI NDALE N. D. BEERS S. H. BENJAMIN R. A. MAY H. BOND C. F. RUEGER G. G. BRAENDLE J. BRACKEN R. A. KAY R. J. WOOD Saxophones C. NEWMAN A. E. TAYLOR E. R. WHITE E. L. COOPER JOE NARRIN PAGE 306 MUSIC, ORATORY AM) DRAMA W. A. BELLAMY ' Varsity ISand Trombones J. F. W. L. R. B. BRISBIN WEISS WRIGHT M. N. F. WALKER F. PINGEL L. CARLSON G. C. L. HAY WARD SCOVERN SCOVILL Baritones 0. C. C. H. PERRIN BAUSCHKE P. D. SIMPSON Alto Horns F. J- MERCIER A. GOETZ P. W. R. E. Cox HlNTERMAN P. S. A. KUNKLE D. SHOEMAKER G. J- J. DANNEFFEL E. ROSENTHAL W. RICHARDS E. B. WEINMAN R. S. WHEELER H. E. MACLEAN M. KUNKLE P. POLLEY K. G. BENTON N. B. JACK R. F. BECKER C. B. ELLIS H. E. BRANCH A. S. McGAUGHAN M. J. BELL D. I,. MOORE Clarinets Piccolo and Flutes C. T. DUBUY Bassoons Basses E. H. FLEMING W. R. MORRIS J. A. SNYDER L. M. SMITH H. W. DOTTS J. O. CROSS S. BERNSTEIN H. T. DEINZER J. J. WERNER W. H. KOEHLER B. B. HIRSCH R. H. HENDRICKS C. SCHOEN A. G. WAGNER F. A. BLAKE J. E. CURTIS C. R. DOYLE H. P. GASTON NK HOI,AS FALCONE w MUSIC, ORATORY AM) DRAMA (Comedy OFFICERS President Fice-President Secretary Treasurer R. STERLING COLE FLORENCE TENNANT JEANNETTE DALE TRUESDALE MAYERS FACULTY MEMBERS O. J. CAMPBELL CHESTER BENNETT MEMBERS IN CITY ELIZABETH McCuRDY ROBERT ADAMS WALLACE BAXTER ROBERT BENNETT HORTENSE BuMPUS WILLIAM P. BUTLER PALMER BOLLINGER BURNETTE BRADLEY EUGENIE CHAPEL FRANK COMINS R. STERLING COLE JULIA MAE CONLIN JEANNETTE DALE JOHN DENLER MEMBERS WHITNEY DIXON MAX DEMOREST HELEN DEWITT RICHARD HUMPHREYS MILTON HENDRICH GEORGE JOHNSON NINA LEWIS WILLIAM GENTRY RUTH MOORE LORINDA Me ANDREWS TRUESDALE MAYERS DOROTHY MILLER GEORGE PRIEHS JEANNIE ROBERTS JOSEPHINE RANKIN PAUL SHOWERS BARBARA STRATTON HOBERT SKIDMORE HUBERT SKIDMORE FLORENCE TENNANT MILDRED TODD HELEN WORKMAN JANET WOODMANSEE JANE WALLACE R. DUANE WELLS KENNETH WHITE ROBERT WETZEL GENTRY HO. SKIDMORE HU. SKIDMORE BUTLER DIXON DENLER HUMPHREYS CORRIENS CARRM DE WITT MOORE BRADLEY RANKIN LEWIS BOLLINGER CONLIN BUMPUS TODD WELLS JOHNSON MILLER STRATTON ROBERTS BENNETT SHOWERS MC ANDREWS MAYERS TENNANT COLE DALE ADAMS WHITE 308 Mr sic. OKATOKY AND DILI MA Qlub DIRECTOR THEODORE HARRISON OFFICERS President . . G. SALTONSTALL Faculty Manager R. A. CAMPBELL Student Manager L. M. GOODSPEED Ass ' t. Manager . . G. CHAKFIX THEODORE HARRISON L. M. GOODSPEED PERSONNEL OF THE GLEE CLUB First Tenors FREDERICK G. BAUSCHARD M. VERTNER BROWN WALTER H. GRAHAM ELBERT J. HOWELL RUSSELL H. JACK RANSOM KOONTZ FRANK J. RYAN, JR. BLAIR K. SWART ROLLAND D. SEVF.RY LEE K. EVANS ROLLAXD CATCHPOLE First Basses GAYLE C. HAFFIN GEORGE S. DOWNEY CHARLES R. GREENIDCE WILLIAM GREINER ROMINE O. HAMILTON- GEORGE R. INNES WILLIAM JANSSEN JOSEPH R. JENNETT GEORGE E. MATHEWS JEAN D. MAYBEE MACKENZIE WARD GILBERT B. SALTONSTALL GARDNER T. SMITH CLEMENT G. WRIGHT RICHARD C. ZER !I;EHLEN Second Tenors CHESTER C. BENNETT CLYDE H. BROWN WILMER D. CRAWFORD ROBERT H. GLAHN FRANCIS C. HAZEN WILLIAM W. KEARNS WALTER R. MCL.EAN KENNETH OSBORNE COVERT ROBERTSON, JR. SIDNEY STRAIGHT JACK COKKLIN, Accompanist Second Basses KENNETH BALL FREDERICK J. BOSTROM NORMAN N. BOWBEER RICHARD L. BRISTOL LAWRENCE M. GOODSPEED GEORGE W. JOHNSON DONALD B. McGEE ELMER E. OESTRIKE RICHARD G. RANSFORD JOHN WHITE CLIFFORD B. WIGHTMAN C. H. BROWN JACK BAUSCHARD ZER MUEHLEN OESTRIKE HA EN GREENIIx.K HOWELL 1NNES JOHNSON BOSTRO.M GLAHN SUKFBON GRAHAM RANSFORD BALL MAYBEE BRISTOL JANSSEN M. V BROWN KOONTZ CRAWFORD ROBERISON KEARNS SWARTZ WRIGHT WARD DOWNF.Y MC LEAN hVANs HAMILTON JENNETT WHITE STRAIGHT IONKI.IN CATCHPtll.E CiREINER OS BURN K In w HKER Vir;HTMAN YAEGKR CHAFFIN (iOODSPEED SALTONSTALL HARRISON SEYKKY CAMI ' HEI.I. mmm PAGE 309 MUSIC, ORATORY AND DRAMA House of Representatives OFFICERS First Semester Speaker NATHAN LEVY Clerk . . , ' GILBERT HARRISON Treasurer CARL H. URIST Sergeant-at-Arms EVAN REED OFFICERS Second Semester Speaker .. ' ..... CARL H. URIST Clerk EVAN REED Treasurer . . . GILBERT SMITH Sergeant-at-Arms SMEDLEY BUTLER HOOFER VAN UORN ZIEGI.ER KRAL ' SS COURLANDER SMITH COOPER TOBEY ECKERT SCHILLER KI.OSTER KIMBAI.L RAHINOVVITZ I.OPEZ FIELDS GLAVIN REED LEVY HARRISON VRIST MC G1LLIARI) 310 MUSIC, ORATORY AND DRAMA First Semester a 3 (u of Kappa Thi Sigma OFFICERS CHARLES C. BOSWELL .... President ALBERT F. DONOHUE . . . Vice-President CLAY K. OLMSTED, JR. ... Secretary RUSSELL SIBLY Treasurer Second Semester ALBERT F. DONOHUE ROBERT A. MURPHY RAY C. BRIDGES RUSSELL SIBLEY ALBERT . DONOHUE, Oratorical Delegate Louis BUTENSCHOEN, Corresponding Secretary PROF. GAIL E. DENSMORE MEMBERS IN FACULTY PROF. Louis M. EICH PROF. JAMES K. POLLACK REGENT JUNIUS E. BEAL ASSOCIATE MEMBERS MR. HENRY MOSER MILFORD J. ALWAY THOMAS ALWAY JARL ANDEER RALPH ANDREWS FENELON C. BOESCHE CHARLES C. BOSWELL JARVIS E. BUSCH Louis BUTENSCHOEN ALBERT BUNTING J. CALVIN CALLAGHAN ALBERT F. DONOHUE ORMAND J. DRAKE JESSE JAMES DUNN RAY EISERMAN WILLIAM HAINES ACTIVE MEMBERS HARRY H. HALEY EDWARD H. GOODMAN, JR. GARFIELD HUBBLE JOHN H. Huss WILLIAM W. KNOX JOHN Q. LANGEN JOHN LEDERLE KENNETH M. LLOYD THOMAS Lo CICERO FREDERIC H. LUTHER RUSSELL MCCRACHEN RUSSELL H. MOORE ROBERT E. MOREY GLENN D. MURRAY ROBERT A. MURPHY RAYMOND O ' CONNELL RALPH E. NEWCOMB AUSTIN A. O ' BRIEN CLAY K. OLMSTEAD, JR. V. D. PARISH HENRY C. RIES EARL J. SHEEHAN FREDERICK C. SIBLEY W. JOHN SPICER ROBERT TAYLOR JAMES A. TOWNSEND, JR. JOHN E. WEBSTER RALPH A. VANARMAN BYRON C. VEDDER Louis N. WINN VEDDER HUSS BUTENSCHOEN CALLAGHAN ALWAY EISERMAN HVBBLE KNOX LUTHER HAINES O ' CONNELL MURPHY LLOYD DONOHUE BOSWELL SIBLEY OLMSTEAD BRIDGES BUNTING HURRAT PARISH O ' BRIEN NEWCOMB LO CICERO RIES HALEY IKKJDMAN SHEEH. VAN ARMAS PAGE 311 MUSIC, ORATORY AND DRAMA Oratorical OFFICERS President ORMOND DRAKE Vice-President LAWRENCE HARTWIG Secretary FLORENCE CLEMENT Treasurer IRVING COOPER FACULTY Chairman Speaker Committee . . . . PROF. JAMES M. O ' N ' EiL Business Manager HENRY MOSER DELEGATES AT LARGE HOWARD SIMON JOHN LANGEN CHARLES BOSWELL SOCIETY DELEGATES Athena GRACE LEONARD Portia HELEN CHEEVER Adelphi . . -. ... NATHAN LEVY Alpha Nu ALBERT DONOHUE LANGEN SIMON DONOHUE COOPER BOSWELL HARTWIG MOSER LEONARD DRAKE CLEMENT o ' NEIL PAGE 312 MUSIC, ORATORY AND DRAMA DRAKE SIMON WRIGHT DONOIH ' K LEW LOCICERO DUNN BOESCHE tf estern Conference Intercollegiate ' Debate J eague " Resolved: That the principal of the chain store system is detrimental to the best interest of the United States public. " 1929 Michigan affirmative vs. Purdue negative at Ann Arbor Won by Purdue MARCH, 1930 " Resolved : That the several states should be allowed to adopt the Ontario system of liquor control " Michigan Affirmative Team NATHAN LEVY LAWRENCE HARTWIG FENELON BOESCHE Michigan Negative Team HOWARD L. SIMON GARRETT B. WRIGHT OSCAR R. SCHROEDER Michigan affirmative vs. Illinois negative at Ann Arbor Michigan negative vs. Iowa affirmative at Iowa City Winner of the BLACK NEW TESTAMENT ORATORICAL CONTEST Winner of the NORTHERN ORATORICAL LEAGUE CONTEST CHESTER BENNETT ORMONI) DRAKE PAGE 313 MUSIC, ORATORY AND DRAMA W1NCHELL MORRIS BROWN HOUGHTON HESLING DARLING WILLIS CLEMENT nJtiGchigan-Qhio-Indiana ' Debate J eague Triangular debate on question: " Resolved: That installment buying of goods for private consumption is detrimental to the best interest of the nation. " Michigan affirmative vs. Ohio negative at Ann Arbor Won by Michigan. Michigan negative vs. Indiana affirmative at Bloomington Won by Michigan. Winners of the ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION EXTEMPORANEOUS CONTEST SILVER MEDAL ARTHUR L. GOULSON BRONZE MEDAL DONALD R. TOBEY GOLD MEDAL CARL H. URIST ORGANIZA TIO S President Secretary Treasurer Inter-Fraternity Council OFFICERS WILLIAM R. FARRELL JONES B. SHANNON . JAMES E. LITTEL ROBERT H. HOLMES JUDICIARY COMMITTEE STUDENT MEMBERS PAUL F. STEKETEE FACULTY MEMBERS HENRY C. ANDERSON, B.M.E. IRVING D. SCOTT, PH.D. HERMAN C. KLEENE ALUMNI MEMBERS PAUL BUCKLEY I L PACE Sift vm m American Institute of Electrical Engineers Chairman . Vice-Chairman Secretary . Treasurer . OFFICERS CHARLES W. DOANE WILLIAM M. DUCKWITZ GLEN R. SEVERANCE ALLAN D. FORBES DALE W. ANDERSON LEE M. AUGUSTUS HAZURA S. BIRDI W. HERBERT BIXBY F. CAMERON BRYAM FRANK L. CARLSON WILLARD F. CHASE CHESTER M. CLARKE GORDON T. DAUN CHARLES W. DOANE WILLIAM M. DUCKWIT EDWIN L. FISH ALLAN D. FORBES CHARLES V. GECAN WILFRED E. GRIGG H. E. HANSEN LINNIE K. HEDDING HAIG S. ISKIYAN CLEVOE B. JONES ANDREW D. HASLEY MEMBERS PAUL W. KUHLMAN LLOYD L. LANG CHARLES W T . LESAGE HEILBRON LOVE HERBERT H. MILLER JAMES MORGAN W. H. NICOLAI ALLEN OWEN LLOYD C. POOLE ROBERT W. POWERS ALFRED C. PROTTENGEIER FRED RODE GLEN R. SEVERANCE GEORGE H. TERMEER CLARENCE A. TRAPHAGEN STANLEY P. TROXEL MILES G. WELTER HOWARD D. WHITE WILLIAM A. ZANDER Louis ZANOFF STANLEY W. ZIMMERMAN MILLER BIXBY CLARKE CARLSON WELTER GRANT HEDDING BIRDI ANDERSON CHASE PROTTENGEIER ZANDER AUGUSTUS HASLEY POOLE POWERS LANG ZIMMERMAN JONES TER MEER OWEN TRAPHAGEN FISH MORGAN NICOLAI LE SAGE DAUN LOVE MANNING RODE ISKIYAN FORBES SEVERANCE DR. BAILEY DOANE DUCKWITZ WHITE PACE 317 mwaam ORGANIZATIONS American Society of KCechanical Engineers OFFICERS Honorary Chairman President . V ice-President Secretary- Treasurer PROF. R. S. HAWLEY SEYMOUR J. CHENEY EDWIN D. ROBERTS . GEORGE J. WEYL R. G. ABBOT HAROLD P. BAECKER LEE R. BAKER EDWIN H. BEBEE JAY BOUWMAN BEECHER B. CARY SEYMOUR J. CHENEY EDWIN L. CLINE P. STANLEY COCHRAN HARRY H. COLL JOHN P. EIEHL PHILIP H. DIETZ GREGORY DOLGOROUKOFF WILLIAM J. DOWSETT RUSSELL E. DUNN LUDWIG EMDE HENRY O. ENGELFRIED EMANUEL J. FOURNIER GORDON E. Fox HAROLD J. GIBSON GEORGE F. GRAY MEMBERS DOMINGO H. GREGORIO RICHARD F. GRETSCH J. RUSSEL GUEST FOSTER A. HALL WAYNE E. HAMILTON JOEL A. JANNENGA LAWRENCE C. JOHNSTON WILLIAM J. KIRN L. H. KLAASEN DANIEL M. LEVINE M. LODEESER-GREVINCK OLIVER W. LOWMASTER WALDEMAR R. LUND T. HOLLISTER MABLEY GUSTAF A. MARIN JOHN L. McDEViTT EMIL T. NEUBAUER ALBERT G. NYGORD ERNEST W. POSSE HERSCHEL F. POWELL JAMES D. REDDING WILLIAM C. REYNOLDS EDGAR P. RHODES Louis A. RINGMAN EDWIN D. ROBERTS JAMES O. ROBERTS PHILIP S. ROSENBERG ROBERT SCOVILLE H. M. SEEGER JOSEPH SHERMACK EDWARD A. SKAE ALTON B. SMELTZER WILLIAM J. SMITH GAYLORD L. STREHL KYEUYOONG SUEZ MILFORD F. VANIK CHARLES R. WADDELL MARTIN J. WAGER BYRON S. WELLS GEORGE J. WEYL ROBERT D. W T OODWARD EDWARD F. YENDALL DOMINCK R. ZENO DIEHL MARIN JOHNSTON GUEST J. ROBERTS JANNENGA MABI.EY SKAE GRAY YENDALL NEUBAUER DOWSETT POWELL REYNOLDS LOWMASTER WELLS WADDELL GRETSCH LUND DOLGOROUKOFF KLAASEN BOUWMAN RHODES GREGORIO BAECKER ABBOT E. ROBERTS HAWLEY CHENEY BAKER HAMILTON REDDING COLL CLINE STREHL FOURNIER SMELTZER POSSE DUNN 318 ORGANIZATIONS American Society of Qivil Engineers OFFICERS President RAYMOND C. DALY V ice-President NEIL MACDOUGALL Secretary . ROBERT E. NEIS Treasurer HAROLD HAMMOND MEMBERS PHILIP H. ALLEN WALTER H. ALLMAN FERNANDO A. ARAGON ARLINGTON D. ASH ARMOUR G. BARBER GEORGE L. BEARD FRANCIS H. BEBEE ALFRED BERARDUCCI ALEXIS P. BUKOVSKY DANIEL FINLEY JOHN C. GEYER EDWARD M. HAHN VERNON G. HAWKINS RICHARD H. HOLLISTER CLARENCE E. LARSON LEO M. LEGATSKI PHEK C. LIM ALBERT T. MELDRIM DAVID G. MICKLE CARL S. MILLER ATSUSHI W. MIYANAGA FREDERICK A. PURDY EDWARD V. SCHULHAUSER HOMER C. SKILLCORN CHARLES W. SUNDAY JOHN M. THOMPSON FRANCIS E. WHEELER BENSON J. WOOD BUKOVSKY HAWKINS BEBEE HOLLISTER BERARDUCCI ASH THOMPSON SCHULHAUSER WOOD LEGATSKI LIM ALLEN SKILLCORN MILLER MICKLE HAIIN MELDRIM BARBER ALLMAN SUNDAY MACDOUGALL DALY HAMMOND NEIS BEARD 319 ' Business Administration Qlub OFFICERS President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer . KENNETH G. STUART DEL STUART ANDREWS ROBERT L. DIXON HARVEY M. GOVE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN Committee on School Relations ERVIN F. Publicity Committee .... . . EDWARD DUBPERNELL Program Committee . .... THOMAS C. WINTER Social Committee ... ... MAYNARD E. BEUKEMA Membership Committee HUBERT L. FAIRCHILD ACTIVE MEMBERS THOMAS B. ALDRICH DEL STUART ANDREWS ROBERT T. BEALL MAYNARD E. BEUKEMA FRED J. BOSTROM FRANK L. CHANDLER WILBUR A. CHAPMAN ROBERT L. DIXON EDWARD DUBPERNELL HUBERT L. FAIRCHILD DOUGLAS J. FULLER ROBERT C. GOLDSMITH HARVEY M. GOVE FREDERICK J. HOLTZ MARCUS F. IRWIN LEMUEL L. LAING ERVIN F. LAROWE HOMER C. LEWIS EDGAR E. MAPES EWEN J. MONTGOMERY ALBERT R. MOTT JOE NARRIN STEPHEN H. NELSON RAYMOND L. O ' CONNELL ROBERT D. PETTIS KENNETH G. STUART ALEXANDER E. TOTH THOMAS C. WINTER PEAPPLES PETTIS BOSTROM BEUKEMA WINTER CHANDLER FULLER MONTGOMERY GOLDSMITH MAPES NELSON ANDREWS STUART GOVE DIXON IRWIN DUBPERNELL HOLTZ TOTH CHAPMAN O ' CONNELL LEWIS HUB BARD PAGE 320 The (Chinese Students Qlub OFFICERS President ALBERT Yu-WEi CHANG Vice-President p AUL K. J. FENG Corresponding Secretary M IS s C. Y. TSAO Recording Secretary K. K. Liu Treasurer H. M. CHAN Councilman DR. M. I. TING COMMITTEES Social Chairman ROBERT K. W. SUEZ National Affairs . . NELSON T. Y. TSIANG Club Room Manager Y. K. YANG Entertainment . . PAUL JEE-HsiA WONG Reception Chairman ... P. C. CHANG Editor of Handbook ... K. DOCK YIP MEMBERS DJI LIH BAO (Miss) LIANG CHIEN CHA GUMDOCK CHAN ALBERT Yu-WEi CHANG H. M. CHAN CHAUCER CHANG CHING CHANG (Miss) I-NiEN CHANG JOHNSON CHANG PEI C. CHANG Yu YUAN CHANG GRAHAM CHEN EWE H. CHEONG T. H. CHENG Y. S. CHING L. M. CHIU C. W. CHOW WILSON S. CHU C. L. CHUANG RUTH E. Ciu (Miss) S. W. Yu Y. K. YANG Ao Dju (Miss) PAUL K. J. FENG FREDERICK S. FUNG L. W. FUNG (Miss) BALDWIN P. W. HUANG CHING-YU HUANG KYNIN S. KAO (Miss) WEN YUEN KOA S. P. KIRK ZING W. Ku (Miss) MAIDA Kuo (Miss) G. P. KWAN PENG K. LEE WAI POAK LEI WAI TAI LEONG DAVID L. LIM P. C. LIM DAVID P. Liu H. M. TONG Z. S. TSAI JACK Y. H. YUEN JOSEPH AKAU E. G. Liu FUNG LING Liu (Miss) K. K. Liu WANC-SU Liu KUEI Lu C. Y. MA YEN WEN MAO (Miss) Y. C. MAR H. H. PIEN STANFORD SETO Y. J. SETO FENG Wu SHA NETTIE Soo-Hoo (Miss) G. D. Su K. A. L. SUEZ ROBERT K. W. SUEZ NING KANG TANG H. H. TING M. I. TING (Miss) CHINC YUAN TSAO (Miss) Y. P. WANG K. T. SIAO N. T. Y. TSIANG YUNCIE TSAO (Miss) P. S. WAN C. Y. WANG (Miss) JOSEPH WONG LILLY WONG (Miss) PAUL J. H. WONG THOMAS WONG T. S. WONG W. Y. WONG VIOLET Wu (Miss) HWANG YAN ARTHUR YAO CYPRUS YEE E. S. YEE HSUN YEH K. DOCK YIP WILLIAM YIN TSE YlNG BALDWIN LONG YIP TONG LEE CHUANG TSAI SUEZ HUANG YU TAN LEE KWAN SETO CHIU MA LONG YANG YEH CHOW YIN PIEN LIU CHU LIU LEONG CHING FUNG CHEONG WONG CHENG LIU WONG YEE SETO CHA TSAO MAO WANG BAO LI.M WONG CHANG WANG WONG TSIANG YUEN LIU CHAN CHANG FENG SUEZ SOO-HOO DJU YAO HTAT mosimm PAGE 321 ' w iw ORGANIZATIONS Cosmopolitan Club OFFICERS President ' . . . . . ' . . . PENG K. LEE V ice-President . . . ' . . . S. AGHA Treasurer FRED FUNG Recording Secretary RUTH Dow Corresponding Secretary DOROTHY LINCOLN Faculty Treasurer PROF. J. A. C. HILDNER MEMBERS OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS MRS. HELEN SNYDER MR. JOHN BRUMM MR. CARLTON F. WELLS MR. ISAAC N. AVERMOFF COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Membership CARLOS GUARDIA Social EWE CHEONG Program JOSEPH ALLI INTERNATIONAL NIGHT Director General Chairman CHESTER BENNETT WILLIAM PALMER MEMBERS SHARKESWARI AGHA JOSEPH ALLI IDA ALPERT L. O. ANDREWS I. N. AVERMOFF CHESTER BENNETT JOHN BRUMM M. A. BUCKLEY MIRIAM E. CAREY HAIKAZ N. CARAPETIAN G. C. CASTRENCE P. C. CASTRENCE RAYMOND CHAN EWE CHEONG GABRU M. CHOWDHURY ELEANOR CORCILIUS P. S. DHARIWAL A. S. DHILLON HELEN RUTH Dow FEDERICO ESTAVILLO HELEN Fox FREDERICK FUNG R. H. GEARHART WINONA GERHARDT C. S. GILL R. D. GOODRICH. JR. DUNCAN GORDON DOMINGO GREGORIO RUTH G. GRIESEMER CARLOS GUARDIA HARRIET HENDRICK BARBAR HEWITT HAROLD Y. HIRATA PROF. J. A. C. HILDNER HENRY HOOPER S. F. HUSAIN WILLIAM F. JACOBS V. B. JAMGOTCHIAN E. K. JANAKI MAHAMED A. KARIN MILDRED KERCHER Miss IKUKO KOIZUMI ANN KHOURY KATHRYN KIM NAIDO Kuo A. I. LAVROW P. K. LEE V. DELEON DOROTHY LINCOLN W. S. Liu BENITO LOPEZ J. D. LODEESEN-GREVINCK JOSEPHINE MARQUES RICCARDO MATTA JOHN MIDDLETON MADHUSUDAN MOZUMDAR MOMCHIL MOMCHILOFF ASA NAKAO RUFINO S. NOLLIDO KlMI NojIMA ELIZABETH NORTON MARIA PASTRANCE WILLIAM PALMER HAZEL PATTON ELIZABETH PFEIFFER CLARA RAVEN BEHIRE REFIK GALE SAUNDERS MRS. HELEN SCOTT HORTENSE SEIBEL ADAM J. SERFONTEIN Y. J. SETO L. SHIVELY AHMED SIJAM WINIFRED SMEATON MRS. HELEN SNYDER NETTIE SOO-HOO PETER E. SONDAH Miss NELL STOCKWELL TAMO TAMBE ROBERT S. TARNAY H. TENNENBAUM ELIZABETH THOMPSON ASBRID THORHANG N. Y. TSIANG MAUD TURNBULL HELEN H. TURNER CARLTON WELLS MRS. CARLTON WELLS PAUL WILCOX PAUL WONG T. K. WONG CYRUS YEE JACK YUEN LIU TENNENBAUM GILL TSIANG DHARIWAL CARAPETIAN HOOPER YUEN DE l.EON MOZUMDAR P. CASTRENCE G. CASTRENCE GEARHART WILCOX CHOWDHURY DHILLON KARIN ESTAVILLO TAMBE BUCKLEY KUO MRS. GEARHART MRS. SCOTT GERHARDT NAKAO KIM PASTRANA PATTON TURNBULL SOO-HOO GRIESEMER CHEONG ALLI JANAKI HENDRICK TURNER CAREY WELLS MRS. WELLS HILDNER AGHA LEE LINCOLN FUNG AVARMOFF GUARDIA 322 ORGANIZATIONS Craftsmen OFFICERS President . . . . First Pice-President . Second ice-President Secretary .... R. J. ARMSTRONG A. H. CONRAD W. G. MITCHELL W. H. BIXBY FACULTY ADVISOR R. A. CAMPBELL TEAM CAPTAIN E. W. SINK, M.D. H Vk II I II MURRAY M LEAN ALDRICH MANWARINC SAUER Ml-.l HKIM CRAWFORD SIJAN RHODES COOK BROWN BERRY A1NSWORTH VAN ANTWERP CONRAD WEBSTER CAMPBELL AMRSTRONG SINK MITCHELL BIXBY 323 ORGANIZATIONS m v Forestry Club President ALBIN JACOBSON SHIRLEY W. AL LEN Dow V. BAXTER ROBERT CRAIG, JR. SAMUEL T. DANA NED DEARBORN SHIRLEY A. ALLEN CLIFFORD G. ANDERSON WILLIAM BARTON HENRY A. BARTON VOILAN BAXTER BIRGER BERG QUENTEN R. BOERNER ROLAND L. BIRD JOHN BILLINGSLEY RUSSELL A. BONNINGHAUSEN DORIAN E. BRADSHAW ROLAND G. BURGIE ROY C. BRUNDAGE THEODORE I. COILE ROBERT CRAIG, JR. SAMUEL T. DANA NED DEARBORN PAUL D. DALKE ROBERT M. DUNBAR MICHAEL DROHOMERESKY FACULTY MEMBERS SAMUEL A. GRAHAM ERNEST V. JOTTER WILLIAM KYNOCH MEMBERS GARRETT E. ESTES THOMAS G. GILL THOMAS T. GUNCKEL RALPH M. GRANT SAMUEL A. GRAHAM FRANK C. HASEL JOHN B. HATCHER VERNON E. HICKS FRANK A. INESON ALBIN G. JACOBSON ERNST V. JOTTER WILLIAM KYNOCH TIFTCRIST KAMPMANN JOHN F. LANGEN LESLIE D. LLOYD ELDRED R. MARTELL CHARLES MELICHAR NORMAN L. MUNSTER MAX A. MELICK JOHN L. MEIER NEWELL A. NORTON DONALD M. MATTHEWS NORMAN L. MUNSTER HOWARD M. WIGHT A. G. WHITNEY LEIGH J. YOUNG LESLIE W. ORR EARL C. O ' RoKE LEONARD A. PRICHARD RUSSELL R. REYNOLDS ALBERT E. REIF GORDON RAYNER CLAYTON W. SCRIBNER FLORIAN G. SPODEN CLARENCE A. SAMUELSON RALPH O. SMOOT HOWARD W. SCHNEIDER WILLIAM L. SHETTER DAVID O. SCOTT Ross O. STEVENS EDWARD W. SMITH HOWARD M. W ? IGHT ROBERT K. WINTERS JOHN O. WERNHAM PHILIP R. WHEELER LEIGH O. YOUNG HICKS SMOOT KAMPMANN BRADSHAW RAYNER SAMUELSON SPODEN GUNCKEL REIF BILLINGSLEY ESTES MELICK WERNHAM INESON DUNBAR BOERNER COILE MEIER ANDERSON GRANT A. BARTON HASEL DROHOMERESKY SMITH W. BARTON STEVENS BURGIE BONNINGHAUSEN SCOTT PRICHARD SHETTER SCHNEIDER GILL ORR BIRD LLOYD SCRIBNER BRUNDAGE MELICHAR WHEELER LANGEN NORTON MARTELL BERG O ' ROKE KYNOCH BAXTER MUNSTER DALKE WINTERS REYNOLDS WIGHT DEARBORN GRAHAM YOUNG JACOBSON DANA CRAIG ALLEN JOTTER 324 The Studio Club OFFICERS President . Fice-President Treasurer . Secretary DONALD KIMBALL JULIA MAE CONLIN ALEX LAPTEFF . FLORA PIERCE MEMBERS ELEANOR ABBOTT GUIDO S. BINDA RICHARD F. BRISTOL JULIA MAE CONLIN HUMPHREY C. JACKSON PAUL F. JERNEGAN FLOYD R. JOHNSON ROBERT E. KENNEDY DONALD A. KIMBALL ALEX LAPTEFF AUSTIN A. O ' BRIEN FLORA PIERCE CLAUDE SAMPSON FREDERICK J. SCHWEITZER SCHWEITZER BINDA JACKSON JOHNSON O ' BRIEN JERNEGAN KENNEDY ABBOTT CONLIN KIMBALL PIERCE BRISTOL SAMPSON LAPTEFF ORGANIZATIONS President . V ice-President Secretary . Treasurer . Hindustan Club OFFICERS Miss SHARKESWARI AGHA . Miss ALEY C. KURIYAN SHEIKH A. RAHMAN KARTAR S. GILL HAZURA D. BIRDI GABRU M. CHOWDHURY PURAN S. DHARIWAL ARJAN S. DHILLON KUTTIPARAMPIL E. EAPEN CHANAN G. GILL Miss RUTH GRISEMER MEMBERS SYED F. HUSAIN-KHAN KANDATHIL P. IDICULLA GEORGE ITTYERAH EDAVALETH K. JANSKI MAHAMAD A. KARIM JOSHUA KRISHNASWAMY MADHUSUDAN MOZUMDAR VINODINCE NEELKANTTI PANACHAMOOTIL P. PHILIPOSE SHERM. M. QURAISHI BAKHTAWAR S. SAMRA RATTAN S. SEKHON BABOO R. TEREE SUBBAMMA VENKATARATNAM TIRLOKI N. ZUTSHI DHILLON SAMRA DHARIWAL EAPEN ZUTSHI KRISHNASWAMY MOZUMDAR KARIM GRIESEMER VENKATARATNAM ITTYERAH JANAKIAMMAL NEELKANTTI PHILIPOSE HUSAIN-KHAN RAHMAN AGHA KURIYAN IDICULLA GILL 326 MfffM wMK ORGANIZATIONS J Cercle Francais Wmnm ' K M M OFFICERS President , Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer . JAMES C. O ' NEILL . CAROLYN FISHER MARY F. MORLEY JOSEPH ALLI JOSEPH ALLI ADA ALLMAN DOROTHY BECK -MARIE BEYNE DOROTHY BLOOM BURNETTE BRADLEY MARY L. BROWN JOHN BRUMM CHARLOTTE BUTLER EDWARD CALVER KATHLEEN CLIFFORD MADELEINE COTE JULIE DEjoURNO CORAL DRAVENSTATT JOHN DUVAL MURIEL EASLEY MARGARET ECKELS VEROLD ELLINGER BERNICE ENDLICH IRIS EPPENS CAROLYN FISHER ACTIVE MEMBERS MARIE FITZGERALD BERNICE GLASER SYLVIA GOLDSTEIN CHESTER GULA CATHERINE HAGEDORN DOROTHY HALLIDAY JANET HANKINSON HELEN HAUXHURST CAROLYN HAYES RICHARD HUMPHREYS JOHANNA KANANEN LOUISE KARPINSKI MRS. MARTHA KLINGER HATTIE KREYE W. H. MAGOON CARLOS MAZABEL LOUISE MclNTYRE GERALDINE MEGARO ALICE MERRICK RUTH MERRICK JANNET MICHAEL MARY MORLEY MARY L. NORMAN KATHLEEN O ' BRIEN JOHN O ' NEILL JAMES O ' NEILL RUTH OSBORNE WALTER OUSPENSKY WILLIAM OUSPENSKY MARJORIE PATTERSON RICHARD PAYNE CHARLES RHED HlLDEGARDE ScHUEREN LILLIAN SEIGEL JOHN SPICER MARIA STUART MARION TEMPLETON FRANCES THORNTON R. DUANE WELLS HELEN WILSON ALICE W ' INEGAR PHINEAS WRIGHT MARGARET WURZBURG GLASER DUVAL EASLEY ALLMAN . MERRICK BRADLEY R. MERRICK HAUXHURST MEGARO ELLINGER GULA MORLEY O ' NEILL GOLDSTEIN HUMPHREYS PAGE 327 ORGANIZATIONS s Educational Club OFFICERS President ........... JOHN D. B. LUYENDYK V ice-President .......... BERTUS L. BOONE Secretary ............... J. DEPREE Treasurer ........ .... LEROY KALLROSE Adviser DR. KYTE KEMPSKI LEAN DAVIDSON SCOTT DR. KYTE PARKER BR1EN LUYENDYK FREEMAN DALRYMPLE BOONE 328 bM$MtMwm Nippon C lub OFFICERS President . Vice-President Secretary Secretary Treasurer . K.ATSUTOSHI ANDO DR. ASA NAKAO Miss TOMO TAMBE . SUSUMU KOBE MlSS SuGI MlBAI MEMBERS KATSUTOSHI ANDO KlKUSABURO ASAI YOSHIYOMI HlRATA Miss HANA HOSHINO PAUL Y. KIRIMURA MRS. KEIKO KOBE SUSUMU KOBE Miss IKUKO KOIZUMI Miss SUGI MIBAI ATSUSHI W. MIYANAGA DR. ASA NAKAO DR. MASAO NISHIO MlSS KlMI NojIMA KIKUJI SAKAMOTO Miss KIKUE SATO Miss HIDE SHOHARA HIDE R. TAMURA Miss TOMO TAMBE Miss KEN TOKUZAWA AKIRA WATANABE SHOYEI YAMAUCH JOSEPH K. YAMAGIWA NOJIMA HOSHINO YAMAGIWA SATO TAMBE ANDO NISHIO KOBE WATANABE KOIZUMI PAGE 329 ORGANIZATIONS Aeronautical Society HONORARY MEMBERS DEAN M. E. COOLEY PROF. E. A. STALKER DEAN H. C. SADLER PROF. D. K. KAZARINOFF PROF. F. W. PAWLOWSKI PROF. R. E. FRANKLIN PROF. R. T. LIDDICOAT OFFICERS President C. M. ELI.ICOCK Vice-President J. D. REDDING Secretary C. BURWELL Treasurer . T. H. MABLEY GLIDER SECTION R. B. EVANS, Chairman AIRPLANE SECTION C. M. ELLICOCK, Chairman BALLOON SECTION J. D. REDDING, Chairman PALMER I. STOUGHTON VANIK REDDING RHODES REED DALTON HUNGER ELLICOCK BURWELL HARRIS ALDRICH SKEELS M. STOUGHTON MA BLEY FROMM CARY EVANS BENSKY Society of J es Voyageurs FACULTY MEMBERS P ROF. ERMINE C. CASE p ROF . LEIGH J. YOUNG ASSOCIATE MEMBERS FREDRICK GAIGE MAX M. PEET GEORGE S. REEVES JOHN V. WAGAR S. T. DANA SAMUEL A. GRAHAM ROBERT CRAIG, JR. RUSSELL WATSON Dow V. BAXTER LAWRENCE M. GOULD DONALD M. MATTHEWS ERNST V. JOTTER ACTIVE MEMBERS H. A. BARTON W. W. BARTON R. G. BURGIE Q. BoERNER T. COILE A. G. JACOBSON T. S. KAMPMAN C. MELICHAR A. E. REIF R. R. REYNOLDS C. W. SCRIBNER R. O. STEVENS L. S. WOODBURNE REIF BARTON BOERNER COILB STEVENS KAMPMAN WOODBURNE SCRIBNER MUNSTER MELICHAR JACOBSON REYNOLDS BARTON BAXTER JOTTER DANA BURGIE CRAIG YOUNG GRAHAM 331 Trescott REX GREEN OFFICERS President REX GREEN V ice-President KARL W. BEYER Secretary . . CATHERINE S. WILCOX Treasurer ERICK JOKI, JR. SOCIAL COMMITTEE ROLAND J. DAHL, Chairman NYLES E. DUELLMAN WAYNE J. WATKINS HENRY A. PULLEN FINANCE COMMITTEE ERICK JOKI, JR., Chairman HOWARD H. NOFFZE THEO. R. LEWANDOWSKI ROBERT D. SWISHER GENERAL COMMITTEE VICTOR J. MIDDLETON, Chairman JOSEPH F. SAHLMARK HOWARD D. HELFRICH JOHN E. WEBSTER 332 ORGANIZATIONS II fyrcolo I tali an o OFFICERS President WILLIAM C. McCoRD V ice-President BERNARD L. BARASA Secretary MARIE L. BEYNE Treasurer . THOMAS VINCENT LoCicERO Historian . TERESA ROMANI Social Secretary MARY E. DUNN Faculty Advisor .... . H. WILDER BENTLEY MEGARO SUTTON GOULD FISKE CLIFFORD KIMBERLY COSSIT MAN BECK HARTER KUENZLE REDPATH D ' ANNA PERSIA DIGIULIO SOLURI RYAN HILTON m MPHREYS HAVER SHANKS SCHIKLE MARGO1.I) MOORE MAGUIRE DUNN ALLISON BOKLEMAN MC LOUTH HENDERLONG I RINKAUS BEYNE ROMANI BENTLEY GRAVIT BARASA LO CICERO ROOT PEOPLES SH EA PAGE 333 ORGANIZATIONS PAGE 334 FEATURES Six inches of snow brought in winter and it stayed for three months. At night the campus is never more pic- turesque than when under the white cover that comes with cold weather. Silhoutte fig- ures straggle across the diag- onal, and the snow crunching under foot is the only sound to break the frozen silenc save for the regular tolling of WINTER r A c E 336 fmtiwm FEATURES I VACATION the campus chimes. The library lights reflect with glittering brilliancy and ac- centuate the black and white effects that Nature has pro- duced. It is the time of year for seriousscholasticendeavor but thefraternity and sorority formals, the Opera trip, the Soph. From and finally the J-Hop are welcome breaks and provide the social high lights of the year. PAGE 337 FEATURES The Mimes of the Michigan Union present PAGE 338 FEATURES The Last of the Union Operas " Merry- Go - Round " PAGE 339 vViTH good chorus work and exceptionally clever novelty numbers, " State Street " , this year ' s version of the Junior Girls ' Play, took the lead in an attempt to preserve the few remaining campus traditions. Actresses that would provoke the jealousies of many of the best female leads that ever graced the stage of the old Majestic came forward in one of the best non-professional per- formances ever presented in Ann Arbor. Acts ranging from " Chicago Toughs " to the most sophisticated gave that necessary touch that makes the show acceptable to all. Junior Girls ' Play P A G I 340 Sophomore Cabaret THE Sophomore Carbaret . . . the exotic atmos- phere of a gymnasium transformed into an old world courtyard. Delightful dancing to be en- joyed both objectively and subjectively. Intrigu- ing chorus girls and specialty dancers, and no less intriguing waitresses who will dance with the customers for a nickel, when it ' s at least a dollar and cab fare with any one of the same girls at the Union or League on any other night. m m m FEATURES PAGE 342 FRATERNITIES m GENERAL FRATERMTII.s ri Founded Union College 1841 ALPHA EPSILON Established 1S45 WALDO M. ABBOT, A.B., LL.B. L. PAUL BUCKLEY, LL.D. KENNETH DAVENPORT, M.D. JOHN S. DENTON, A.B. CURTISS MACDONNELL, A.B. HENRY A. BROWN GEORGE E. LEONARD, JR. WILLIAM J. BROWNE MARTIN E. CROW, JR. GEORGE A. DUSENBURY RoSSMAN P. GuSTIN HENRY M. BACON WILLIAM J. BELKNAP FREDERIC BRACE ROBERT BOURLAND JAMES GATES CHARLES HUPP FRATRES IN FACULTATE ROBERT E. CARSON, A.B. FRATRES IN URBE RAY L. FISHER, A.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE EDWIN P. VARY, A.B. CAPT. C. A. SCHWARTZWAELDER, B.S. Seniors GEORGE W. PERRETT FARRINGTON TWEEDY Juniors GEORGE R. HAMILTON JOHN A. HOSMER DELAVAN S. MUSSEY Sophomores DOUGLAS D. BRIEN WILLIAM H. CRANE JOHN R. LENFESTEY THOMAS S. MUIR Freshmen Lucius HOLLAND FREDERICK JONES CHARLES LEWIS RICHARD A. RENWICK LAFAYETTE F. Dow, M.A. FRED S. RANDALL H. SEGAR SLIFER, LL.B. CASSAM A. WILSON, A.B. EUGENE WARING JOHN S. WOLFF, JR. HARRIS G. NELSON SAMUEL SHERMAN S. CADWELL SWANSON KEITH A. WILSON WILLIAM S. POCOCK, JR. JOHN D. REINDEL CARL G. STAELIN GORDON TINSMAN J. EDWARD TRAYLOR OWEN R. TRAYNER TRAYLOR HOLLAND TRAVNER TINSMAN RENWICK POCOCK BRACE BACON MUIR MUSSEY l.ENKESTEY BRIEN REINDEL STAELIN HOSMER SHERMAN DUSENBURY SWANSON GUSTIN HAMILTON CRANE BROWNE WILSON WARING PERRETT LEONARD BROWN TWEEDY CROW NELSON n H GENERAL FRATERNITIES mmm im Founded Hamilton College 1832 27 Active Chapters PENINSULAR CHAPTER Established 1846 HENRY M. BATES, Pn.B., LL.B. WILLIAM H. BUTTS, PH.D. ROBERT T. CRANE, PH.D. BURTON BARNEY, A.B. HAROLD W. BELL, JR. MATTHEW DAVISON, A.B. THOMAS FISKE, A.B. EUGENE HAND RICHARD G. BECK THEODORE S. LONG ROBERT T. CRANE, JR. PORTER W. DAWLEY GEORGE DUGAN AUSTIN D. CHURCH JOHN HARDING ROBERT HEFFERAN HERBERT W. BECK FORRESTER A. BLAKE GEORGE L. CRANE HOYT B. DAVIS FRANK B. GILBRETH FRATRES IN FACULTATE ERNEST G. HILDNER, JR., A.M. EVANS HOLBROOK, LL.B. HARRY B. HUTCHINS, LL.D. FRATRES IN URBE HERMAN KLEENE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE HAROLD HAND, A.B. RICHARD HECKER, A.B. DAVID INGLIS LELAND LAGANKE Seniors HARRISON B. McGRAw, JR. Juniors WILLIAM D. HILTON FREDERICK K. KLEENE RAYMOND B. OVERTON Sophomores KIRK D. HOLLAND ROBERT S. MONTAGUE, JR. EDMOND C. RYAN EDWARD RICHARDS Freshmen ROBERT W. GOODELL FREDERICK W. HECKER C. HENRY HECKER, JR. JAMES INGLIS JESSE S. REEVES, Pn.D. PHILLIP F. WEATHERII.L, Pn.D. BENJAMIN W. WHEELER, A.M. WILLIAM LEONARD RUSSEL MALCOLM, A.B. STEPHEN MAIRE MERRILL TAYLOR, A.B. JAMES YANT, A.B. GEER H. SMITH ROBERT E. SMITH ARTHUR G. REEVES HENRY G. SHAKESPEARE JAMES F. WARD JAMES K. SHIERSON ARTHUR E. SUTTON CHARLES A. WISE HENRY R. LARGE CHARLES MARKLEY EDWIN PARKHURST JAMES SYMONS ARTHUR P. TERRYBERRY H. BECK GOODELL G. CRANE J. HARDING WISE RYAN HEFFERAN RICHARDS HOLLAND SHIERSON SUTTON HILTON KLEENE R. CRANE OVERTON SHAKESPEARE DAWLEY CHURCH REEVES R. BECK LONG F, HARDING G. SMITH MC CRAW R. SMITH WARD DAVIS BLAKE INGLIS GILBRETH HECKER PARKHURST MARKLEY TERRYBERRY LARGE PAGE 344 GENERAL FRATERNITIES I I Delta. Kappa Kpsil on. FRATRF.S IN FACULTATE ROBERT C. ANCELL, PH. D. OSCAR J. CAMPBELL, Pn. D ALFRED CONNABLE JAMES E. BAYNE RICHARD B. FOSTER CHARLES B. CUMMINGS BRUCE CHALMERS HUGH R. CONKLIN CHARLES A. FELLOWS FRANK J. BUSCH Louis COLOMBO RICHARD A. HODGE FRATRES IN URBE JAMES CRAIG FRATRES IN UN1VERSITATE JAMES McCABK, A. B. Founded Yale University 1844 45 Active Chapters OMICRON CHAPTER Established 1SS5 JAMES F. LEWIS CLARENCE A. TRAPIIAGEN Juniors NICHOLAS S. PICKARD WILLIAM E. POND Sophomores EDWARD J. FREY EDWARD P. HAMMOND, JR. DAVID R. Louis DANIEL W. MCLAUGHLIN Freshmen JOHN J. LARKIN WiLLIAVI H. I.EINBACH JAMES LOGIE BENJAMIN F. C. MILLER JOHN P. OTTAWAY, A. B. JOSEPH H. WOODARD DAVID O. SMART CHARLES H. SOMMER, JR. WILDER B. STEVENS FIELDING H. YOST, JR. WILLIAM D. O ' BRIEN RICHARD F. REYNOLDS FRANCIS W. TEST f M J LOGIE COLOMBO BUSCH O ' BRIEN REYNOLDS HODGE TEST LARKIN LEINBACH MII.I.EK CONKLIN SOMMER FELLOWS LOUIS STEVENS CHALMERS HAMMOND FREY MC LAUGHL1N PICKARD CUMMINGS WOODARU LEWIS FOSTER TRAPHAGEN POND 345 GENERAL FRATKRMTIES Founded Union College 1827 10 Active Chapters ALPHA OF MICHIGAN " CHAPTER Established MORTIMER E. COOLEY EDWARD M. DUFF LUTHER C. CARPENTER GEORGE HAMMOND FRATRES IN FACULTATE BENJAMIN I). MERITT, PH. D. FRATRES IN URBE CHARLES A. HOWELL FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE GEORGE M. HEBBARD ROBERT L. BROWN T C. MILI.EN JAMES V. D. WII.LCOX DAVID A. HOWELL NEIL W. SWINTON R. BRADFORD FOCARTY EDWIN H. BEBEE FRANCIS H. BEBEE FRANK A. HAAG, JR. BYRNE M. BADENOCH IRVIN G S. BURKE CHARLES M. ALLEN WALTER B. ALLEN WILLIAM W. CARR JOHN A. GOETZ Seniors Juniors Dix HUMPHREY GEORGE E. MARKLEY Sophomores ROBERT S. DAVIS Fresh men GEORGE L. HAWN JOHN O. KIRBY JAMES H. OTTO WAY LEWIS W. PARKER, JR. JAMES B. FREEMAN WILLIAM R. PANCOAST MARION A. SHERWOOD EDWARD A. SKAE E. PHEI.PS SMITH WILLIAM P. TELLING AUBREY L. SWINTON EDWIN T. TURNER, JR. JOHN S. VAN SANT FRANK E. WHITE KIRBY GOETZ VAN SANT SWINTON TURNER HAWN AI.l.KN PARKER BURKE W. ALLEN WHITE 1IAVIS SMITH TELLING SHERWOOD PANCOAST BADENOCH SKAE RROWN MARKLEY HAAG FREEMAN FOGARTY BEBEE E. BEBEE HUMPHREY 346 GENERAL f ' K.lTKHXITlKS HBBHHBH Founded New York University 1847 _ " ; Active Chapters XI CHAPTER Established 185S ' SI FRATRKS IN FACULTATF. PHILLIP C. BURSLEY FRATRF.S IN URBK THOMAS HINSHAW ARCHIBALD DIACK KRATRKS IN UNIVKRSITATK RICHARD R. CHAPPLE BARRY R. BK;KI.OW HUGH C. CLANEY E. JEROME ELLISON THOMAS M. COOKE Seniors C. YORK JUDSON Juniors DAVID B. HKMPSTEAD, JR. JAMES H. KRAMER JOHN R. RICE GEORGE T. TREMBLE, JR. HERBERT M. RICH HARRY A. ARNOLD EUGENE BACON J. W. BUNTING SAMUEL BRANDON BURNS CODY GEORGE FISK Sophomores J. NALL CANDLER V. GEORGE CHABUT Frfshmen ALBERT HARRIS FRANK MARTIN RICHARD MARTIN S. BEACH CONGER, JR. H. SIBLEY SEDCWICK ROBERT WELLS THORTON PHISTER PAUL TIETJEN JOHN TUCKER BACOX CONGER BUNTING DANZIGER VKl.l.S ARNOLD CANDLER CARRUW CHABUT KRAMER RICH ELLISON TREMBLE CLANKY HhMPSTBAD SEDGWICK HARRIS F. MARTIN FISK CODY TIETJEN PHISTER BRANDON R.MARTIN PAGE 347 GENERAL FRATERNITIES Founded Union College 1833 26 Active Chapters PHI CHAPTER Established 1865 HENRY F. ADAMS, PH. D. GEORGE G. BROWN, PH.D. FRANK I. CORNWALL CHARLES W. GRAHAM CHARLES IRWIN CLARK W. BALDWIN, A.B. LYMAN BREWER, A.B. JACK K. COLEMAN, A.B. FREDRICK B. CURTENIUS ELWOOD W. DALTON THEODORE F.VERETT ROBERT B. EVANS WILLIAM H. CHURCHILL EDGAR B. GALLOWAY LEE G. GRAVES JACK G. ANDERSON EDWARD B. BARRETT DONALD M. CHAFFEE MAX H. DEMOREST CHARLES BAIRD JACK E. BLOOM HAROLD H. EMMONS FRATRES IN FACULTATE SAMUEL T. DANA, A.B., M.F., Sc.D. FRATRES IN URBE JOHN R. IVES VICTOR H. LANE, JR. DOUGLAS D. LOREE CHRISTIAN N. MACK FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE MALCOLM S. LANGFORD, A.B. J. WALLACE NEIGHBOR, A.B. Seniors SPRAGUE GARDINER ROBERT H. HOLMES RICHARD S. MILROY JOHN E. PENNIMAN NATHAN S. POTTER, III Juniors DAVID N. HOLMES HARRY F. MOORE FRANK W. MUNGER CHARLES H. REYNOLDS Sophomores DWIGHT L. DICKINSON RAYNER FIELD ROBERT T. GARRISON EDWARD W. HAYDEN Freshmen ROBERT C. EVANS DUAL P. GOLDSMITH HARVEY E. HARRINGTON WILLIAM JENNEY GEORGE W. PATERSON, PH. D. JOSEPH W. SHAW, B.S.,M.D. NATHAN S. POTTER FINLEY B. RIGGS DANIEL ZIMMERMAN RUFUS PAGE GEORGE M. STANLEY, B.S. THADDEUS TAYLOR J. ALLAN SEAGER GEORGE C. TILLEY STANTON W. TODD, JR. JUSTIN F. WAY J. GRAHAM SHINNICK ROGER N. TURNER ALEXANDER M. WALDRON JARVIS S. HICKS J. ROBERT JONES GEORGE W. MEYER NEAL K. POTTER JOHN L. LASKEY WILLIAM V. PARK ROGER A. SHAFFER LASKEY PARK HARRINGTON R. EVANS SHAFFER GOLDSMITH EMMONS EA1RD BLOOM FIELD JENNEY DEMOREST POTTER BARRETT MEYER DICKINSON HICKS OARRISON CHAFFEE HAYDEN ANDERSON TURNER WALDRON MUNGER GRAVES JONES CHURCHILL SHINNICK EVERETT POTTER TAYLOR GARDINER D. HOLMES REYNOLDS CURTENIUS TILLEY TODD WAY R. HOLMES R. EVANS DALTON PENNIMAN MILROY ffift 34S mamam mmmmmm j GENERAL FRATERNITIES Founded Miami University 1839 S4 Active Chapters LAMBDA CHAPTER Established 1S45 CARTER GOODRICH, PH.D. JUNIUS E. BF.AI. ELMER BEAL M. H. WHEELER JOHN B. ABBETT ROBERT K. ADAMS GORDON B. ANDREAE GLEN BLACK ARTHUR VV. DECKER ROBERT ARNOLD HENRY E. BLOWNEY ROBERT E. ANDREAE ROBERT H. CUMMINGS JAMES DALE RICHARD VV. HAWKINS BETA THETA PI FRATRES IN FACULTATE KENNETH McMuRRAY FRATRES IN URBE J. J. GOODYEAR EARL W. Dow WILLIAM S. CLARKSON ALLEN S. WHITNEY FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE PAUL MISSEL, A.B. Seniors ROBERT G. HARTWICK FRANKLIN H. MOORE Juniors JOHN G. DODDS WILLIAM C. GENTRY MORTIMER H. HAWKINS D. SCOTT HOOVER Sophomores JAMES G. BRYANT ALAN HANDLEY Freshmen FRANK H. HELSELL SHERWOOD LANDRUM SAM W. MITCHELL ROBERT C. PURDY JACK ROOT FRANK E. ROBBINS, PH.D. WILLIAM H. WAIT CHARLES MACCALLUM VIRGIL REITER CHARLES D. ROTH J. JUDSON THOMPSON WILLIAM M. MARTIN WALTER W. WILDS W. KENNETH WILLS WALLACE B. MILLER DANIEL SEALEY J. GRISWOLD RUTH EDWARD C. SPAULDING J. WALTER VAUGHAN KENNETH L. YOURD DECKER HANDLEY ARNOLD MILLER BRYANT G. ANDREAE BLOWNEY PURDY BLACK WILLS DODDS GENTRY WILDS HOOVER M. HAWKINS HELSELL HARTWICK THOMPSON MOORE ADAMS ROTH ABBETT ROOT DALE SPAULDING MITCHELL R. ANDREAE YOURU RUTH CUMMINGS LANDRUM R. HAWKINS FACE 349 I GENERAL FIUTKHMTIKS Founded Jefferson College 1X52 i() Active Chapters MICHIGAN ALPHA CHAPTER Kslablishfd IS7 DEAN JOHN R. EFFINGER. Pn.D. DEAN EDWARD H. KRAI ' S, PH.D. HAROLD E. COVERT GEORGE M. BAKER BERGET H. BLOCKSOM LOWELL R. ALSTRIN SAMUEL F. ATKINS JOHN R. EFFINGER, JR. EDMUND C. AUSTIN ARTHUR HIGHFIELD WHITFIELD D. HILLYER V. JORDAN BROWN TOM CHAPMAN RAY COUSINO HAROLD HODGSON DOLPH BOETTLER JOHN CARSTENS RODERICK Cox ANDRE GUNS FRATRES IN FACULTATK RANDOLPH G. ADAMS, Pn.D. FRATRES IN URBF. PAUL KEMPF FRATRES IN UN1VERS1TATE JOHN HATCHER CHARLES HIGLEY HARRISON T. ORR Seniors PAUL T. KELLY WILLIAM J. KIRN ALLEN OWEN- FRANK M. PHILLIPPS Juniors JOE JENNETT ROBERT J. PATTON Sophomores JACK HODGSON JOHN C. HOWARD GEORGE E. KEYS, JR. Freshmen WALTER S. HOLDEN WILLIAM K. HUSKEY JAMES McMANUs WILLIAM H. MORGAN H. C. CALDERWOOD, Pn.D. HARRY R. GAMBLE, A.M. MILO OI.IPHANT ULTES WILLIAM, JR. ROLAND A. YAEGKR OWSLEY VOSE HARRY W. WAL LACE JOHN W. WATLING, JR. JOHN L. POTTLE ARTHUR H. SMITH W. WALLACE WESSELS RICHARD W. LOVELAND DONAL A. McCANNEI. JOHN PATTERSON EDWARD S. WUNSCH JOHN L. MORLEY CHARLES M. RUSH HENRY SCHAEFER EUGF.NE B. WAYI.AND SCHAEKER HUSKEY BOETTI.ER MORl.EY COX CARSII.NS (.INN RUSH MC MANUS MORr.AN KEYS PHILLIPPS CHAPMAN HOLDEN WAYI.AND HOWARD BROWN H. HODGSON COUSINO Me CANNEL LOVELAND PATTERSON WUNSCH J. HODGSON AUSTIN HILLYER POTTLE JKNNETT PATTON SMim WESSELS HIGHFIELD ALSTRIN KH -INI.KK KKI.l.Y VOSE KIRN WATLING ATKINS OWEN WALLACE PAGE 350 I Founded illiams College 1S34 52 Active Chapters MICHIGAN CHAPTER K taljli h,-d OLIN B. BLACKETT GEORGE M. BLEEKMAN, MSE. CHESTER W. CLARK, A.M. ARTHUR L. CROSS, PH.!). CHARLES F. DIESS, A.B. JOSEPH H. DRAKE, PH.D., L1..B. GRANT BALDWIN ALBERT E. GREENE HARRY M. HAWI.EY DAN Y. BiRii.i ' M. I). COVENTRY, A. 15. WM. E. EDWARDS JAMES C. HOUSTON SETH W. JEWELL WILLIAM N. ARMSTRONG FENELON W. BOESCHE GEORGE B. DICKERSON DONALD BARTHOLOMEW LEE P. BLASER HENRY T. BROOKS JACK A. CROXTON, JR. JOHNSON H. DILL STEWART B. FERGUSON ERNEST E. FREEMAN t)elta Upsit siLon j FRATRES IN FACULTATK WALTER B. FORD, A.M.. M.D. EDWARD B. GREENE, PH.D. PHILIP HADI.EY, M.D. CHARLES A. KNUDKSON, Pn.D. KARL LIT .ENBERG. M.A. FRATRES IN URBE EDWIN J. HUNTINGTON HENRY W. NICHOLS FRATRES IN I MVERSITATE DEAN H. ECHOLS, A.B. RICHARD FREYBURG, A.A.E. STEPHEN JONES, A.B. Sfniors ARTHUR W. MARSH CHARLES F. MOORE WI.LSON NICKI.IN Juniors JOHN G. HOAD BENJAMIN C. LANSDALE PARRY OWENS ROBERT L. PIERCE Sophomores ELLSWORTH F. CLEAVER DAVID C. GROFF CHARLES H. HAVILAND ROBERT A. MORTENSEN Freshmen WILLIAM S. HILL WILBUR L. HINDMAN RAYMOND HUNSBERGER EARL B. KAY CLARENCE L. MEADER, PH.D. ALBERT B. PECK, Pn.D. HARRISON M. RANDALL, PH.D. JACOB E. REIGHARD WILFRED B. SHAW, A.B. FRANCIS B. VEDDER, A.B., D.D.S. HORACE G. PRETTYMAN H. D. SCOTT ARTHUR W. STALKER GEORGE MATCHETT WEBSTER STERLING, A.B. SIDNEY STEENSMA IOHN E. WARRINER WM. G. WINTER, JR. EDWARD SIGERFOOS LAWRENCE K. SWEET WILLIAM W. TAYLOR W. FERDINAND RANSOM FREDERICK SHAEFER ARTHUR R. Twiss EI.BERT W 7 . KING GORDON C. KRAUSE JOHN H. MORRISON, JR. FRANK F. O ' BRIEN 1 1LL SIMPSON lirNSBERr.ER O BRIKX KAV FKKGl ' SON HILL K1N(. CKOMUN HINDMAN MOKKISON I-KEEMAN KK.M SK xf|. KE-ER MORTENSEN GROFF IUISS k. NM)M BRtMJKS HAVILANI1 BLASER BARTMOLOMKVV TAYLOR SWKKT LANSDALE ARMSTRON ' ti BOESt HE OWKNs HOAD DICKERSON sit.KKh(M s PIKRCE N1CKLIN MOCJRE STKKNSMA KUWARItS MARSH HOIMON |,l I, WARKINKR WINTER 351 GENERAL FRATERMTIKS Founded Miama University 1855 89 Active Chapters THETA THETA CHAPTER Established 1877 HENRY C. ANDERSON, B.M.E. LEWIS M. GRAM, B.S. J. G. HAYS MAX BROWN WINDSOR S. DAVIES PAUL FLEISHAUER JAMES FRAUNFEI.TER WALTER H. ALLMAN ROBERT H. BAITH PHILIP N. BROWN GEORGE R. ALLEN DAVID A. BEACH WILLIAM R. DUFF E. DOUGLAS DRAKE EDWARD A. FOLGER JAMES R. HOFFER LESLIE R. BAIN HARRY R. BEGLEY F. MONTY BRETT JOHN M. DIXON KENNETH DOWNEY JAMES R. DREAN FRATRES IN FACULTATE F.M. TAYLOR, PH.D. H. B. TURNER, A.B. FRATRES IN URBE T. R. PlERSOL FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE D WIGHT KELLER RICHARD N. MAXWELL JOHN RISHELL Seniors OMAR C. CURTIS Juniors HARRY EASTMAN MORRIS GROVEMAN Sophomores JAMES D. NORTH freshmen WILLIAM F. ELLIOTT PAUL FIRRING ARTHUR B. HUBBARD HARRY A. HATTENBACH JAMES JENKINS FRANK KENNEDY DONALD E. KNIGHT JOHN S. WORLEY, M.S. FIELDING H. YOST, LL.B. CARL SMITH ROBERT P. SCHERER LEROY K. SCHULTHESS GEORGE W. SLAGLE SHERWOOD B. WINSLOW ROBERT R. CURTIS ROBERT M. DICKEY CHARLES E. STAFF GILBERT N. HARRISON ROBERT M. LONG ROBERT ZIEGLKR HAROLD Ross GARDNER T. SMITH E. BANCROFT YARRINGTON JOHN MANGRUM EARL H. MARTIN RoLLIN MOULTON GEORGE B. SKINTA ALLEN J. SMIETANKA DAN WARD BRKTT HATTENBACH WARD SKINTA JENKINS SMIETANKA BAIN FIKKING MANGRUM GKNTZ KNIGHT KENNEDY DOWNEY MOULTON BEGI.EY DIXON ROSS G. SMITH ZIEGLER R. SMITH THORPE MARTIN ELLIOTT NORTH BEACH DUFF FOLGER FLEISHAUEK AI.LMAN YARRINGTON HOKFER O. CURTIS STAFF BAITH R. CURTIS DICKEY BROWN LONG HARRISON GROVEMAN GENERAL FRATERMTIEX JOHN ALEXANDER, B.S., M.A., M.D. F.A.C.S. JOHN M. BARNES, B.S., M.D. F. P. ARTHUR RICHARD D. CUTTING W. W. FLORER JUDSON B. HEESS ROBERT M. BOYER DONALD C. DOOLITTLE ALEXANDER W. FORBES, JR. CLARENCE J. BOLDT, JR. MORLEY E. CROWTHER JOHN M. DOBBIN JACK H. BEESLEY ROBERT B. BEESLEY DAN J. BULMER JAMKS I. DAVIS FRED C. ALLENDORF RUDY BARTA ARTHUR S. BERCER RICHARD A. BETTS J. Louis BLACK FRATRES IN FACULTATE FLOYD E. BARTELL, PH.D. THOMAS E. CASADY, PH.D. RALPH H. CURTISS, PH.D. FRATRES IN L ' RBE FRED M. GAIGE A. M. HIGHLEY LOUIS D. KlLGORE GEORGE F. McCALLUM FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE RICHARD H. PAULSON, A.D. Seniors WALTER E. GEISTERT HUGH N. KITCHEN Juniors A. MARVIN HIGHLEY, JR. JOHN A. LOGAN J. CLIFFORD MURRAY GEORGE F. NICHOLS Sophomores JOHN C. HERBST ROBERT G. MACKENZIE, JR. MAYNARD D. MORRISON GEORGE R. PATTERSON MELVIN A. REED Freshmen WILLIAM G. DOYLE HARRY H. HALEY THOMAS E. HASTINGS NELSON G. LASH Founded Bethany College 1858 72 Active Chapters DELTA CHAPTER Established 1871 CARL E. GUTHE, Pn.D. HOBART H. WlLLARD, PH.D. LEIGH J. YOUNG, M.S.F. R. G. MACKENZIE SEWELL PLATT E. GIFFORD UPJOHN SAMUEL M. WETZEL WILLIAM B. REED DONALD M. VEDDER CHARLES W. YARRINGTON, JR. LYLE C. PLESHEK ROBINSON PRESBREY ARNOLD R. STORKS JOHN E. SEVALD IVAN C. SMITH ROBERT K. SNYDER GEORGE A. STAUTER P. REHN NELSON CHARLES H. SALISBURY ROBERT H. SCHOEN WILLIAM F. TEMPLE Ross P. UTTING ' f O.tlt? TEMPLE NELSON BARTA AI,I.EN|H)RF HASTINGS I. ASH DOYLE SCHOEN SALISBURY HKRHsr SMII1I MORRISON PATTERSON J. HKESLEY R. REESLEY BULMER SNYI ER MACKENZIE HICHLEY SEVALI PRESBREY ( ROWTIIER .. ' - Ml ' RRAY BOLUT PLESHEK MORRS I AVIS NICHOLS HOVI-k DOOI.n II K I ' HH KMNKR IM BBIN hORHES YARRINGTON CEISTERT m W mm m PAGE 3S3 kT MKM GE EK.IL Fli.lTERMTIES Founded Miami University 184S 96 Active Chapters MICHIGAN ALPHA CHAPTER Kft. ISM, Re-est. 1887 HERMAN W. CASE, Pu.D. CHAS. W. EDMUNDS, A.B., M.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE F.ARL V. MOORE, A.B. ELMORE PETTYJOHN, M.S.E. GUY M. WHIPPLE, Pn.D. ALBERT E. WHITE, A.D. FRATRKS IN URBE HUGH M. BEEBE, M.D. JAMES A. KENNEDY, JR. CLARENCE B. BENSON R. JOSEPH FRIEDMANN JAMES A. ADKINSON HUGH W. CLARKE SHERMAN M. DII.LINGHAM IRVING C. BROWER, JR. PAUL R. HARTIG JOHN W. HEPPES WILLIAM HOGENSON, JR. ROBERT R. BENNETT DOUGLAS D. CRARY DON D. DAVIS WILLIAM H. HARRIS LEWIS A. HAYNER Seniors PAUL F. STEKETEE, JR. Juniors WILLIAM H. HANNING D. WYANDT HOLMES GEORGE A. IRVIN Sophomores RICHARD E. HOLE ALLEN H. KESSI.ER, JR. JAMES W. LENNEY Freshmen GEORGE W. HITT S. CLARK KIDD W. F ' REDERICK KLEIN JOSEPH E. MILLS HAROLD M. NEAL EDWARD R . YINOPAL ROBERT F. WHITWORTH JAMES O. H. SIMKALL, JR. HAROLD M. SI.EIGHTHOI.M STUART M. SMITH JOHN P. MAPES JOHN C. MclNTYRE CHARL.ES I ' " .. WILLAKD ROBERT W. WILLIAMSON ROBERT G. PETRIE CHARLES K. RHED JOHN M. STEPHENS H. RICHARD STRATEMEIER W. EDWARD WILSON BENNETT HOLE WILLIAMSON HEPPES BLAIR IRVIX IIOIiENSON SLEKiHTHOLM WII.LARD DAVIS KESSI.ER UIU.IXGHAM HOLMES CLARKE HANNlXc; MAPES LENNEY SIMRAI.l. MC IXTVKE WHITWORTH V1XOPAL STEKETEE FKKIDMAXN BEXSOX ADKIXSOX SMITH ' S1EPHKNS XEAI. STRATEMEIER WILSOX H1TT HAYXKR PETRIE CHARY GENERAL FRATEItMTIKS Founded 1 ' imi-rsity of Alabama 1856 MICHIGAN IOTA-BETA CHAPTER tpsilon CARROLL H. MAY, Pii.l). ALBERT S. BARR, M.I). F.I.WOOD B. CUSHING, A.B. DONALD J. CORRIDEN, A.B. A. L. F;VELY, A.B. R. A. GADDESS, A.B. WILLIAM HENDERSON, 15. S. JAMES E. LITTELL JOHN S. MACDONAI.D DONALD S. BELL WILLIAM H. COI.BI-RN ALBERT F. CRIPPA 1. 01 IS Al ' PLEYARD WILLIAM CALEY WESLEY DIERBERGER RICHARD EGAS- GENE GADDESS ARTHUR GLOVER STANLEY GRESHAM FRATRES IN FACULTATE CHARLES OLSTEAD, B.S. KRATRES IN URI5F. OTTO H. HANS, A.B. SCOTT C. RUNNELS, M.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JOHN W. HAY, JR., A.B. GEORGE R. KING, A.B. GEORGE K. MAC!)ONALD, U.S. Seniors ROBERT T. MATTESON WILLIAM H. NUNNELEY HOWARD F. RODERICK Juniors RICHARD A. FURNISS WALTER G. HENDERSON- FRANK A. KING, JR. Sopltomorfs CLIFFORD DOMKE NORRIS JOHNSON HARLEY J. Mc i: i RAYMOND M. PRIEST Freshmen ELMER J. KEEFE, JR. JOHN KELLEHER JACK KITCHEN RICHARD NORRIS EUGENE VERNUE, M.D. EUGENE B. POTTER, M.D. JOY C. VOGEL JOHN S. MICHENER, A.B. R. A. NANK, A.B. FRANK STILES, A.B. JACK F. To LAN FRANK A. SCHULER, JR. C. ARTHUR WINDSOR ROBERT M. MITCHELL EDWARD J. PERRY HARTFORD H. VEREEN JOHN J. SAUCHUCK HOWARD T. WORDEN ROBERT J. WORRELL MALCOM V. OTIS ALFRED RE.MSKN JAMES S. VAN-PELT FRED WINDSOR OTIS VANPELT (iLOVER kKMsi KKl.l KHER KKEhK Knt HKN K(, N I.ADI1KSS F. WINDSOR JOHNSON CAI.RV IIIKKBGKIiER IKIMKE SAllliriK NURKIS WORkKI.I. WDKIIKN H ' KNISS CRIPPA VAl ' CiHN MITCHKI.I. IIKNUEKSON K1NC. VERKEN CO1.B1KN I-KKKY KOI1KRICK A. WINDSOR MAC DONALD LITTELL si 111 IKK MNNE1.KY MATlKsoN BELL PAGE J55 wm m GENERAL FRATERNITIES Founded Union College 1847 GAMMA DEUTERON CHAPTER Established 1SS9 W. HACKLY BUTLER H. GEORGE FIELD RAWSON F. HOSMER GEORGE H. McARTHUR DAN H. BUEI.L, II JAMES K. CAVANAUGH ROBERT H. GODFREY NOAH W. BRYANT LEIGH M. CHATTERSON EGBERT H. DAVIS, JR. WILLIAM M. BURT FREDERICK C. CRUMPACKER A. JACK CUTTING DONALD D. EWING DONALD O. BOUDEMAN JAMES C. FRYER LAWRENCE J. KELLY IKeta T)elt FRATRES IN FACULTATE ERNEST F. BARKER, PH.D. FRATRES IN URBE BENJAMIN F,. GROVES HARRY O. POTTER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE WILLIAM F. McApEE FREDERICK R. PARKER Seniors ROBERT W. MANSS CHARLES H. MARCOTTE Juniors J. VERNOR DAVIS DAVID C. FINLEY GORDON R. FRITCH WILLIAM A. GARRISON Sophomores CARL S. FORSYTHE, JR. HERBERT A. FRIEL CHARLES T. KLINE Freshman W. RICHMOND MOVER ARTHUR K. ROBINSON CHARLES VROMAN FRANK F. VAN ' ! ' UYL EDWARD D. WARNER THEODORE R. SKINNER JAMES WILSON TIMOTHY C. QUINN ERNEST REIF DAVID W. WARD ROBERT C. LAKE JOSEPH A. RUSSELL WILLIAM K. SHAUGHNESSY FREDERICK S. MILLER PETER H. MURDICK, JR. J. ALEXANDER NEILL A. JUDSON PECKHAM GUY V. WILLIAMS ROBERT S. WILSON ROGER J. WOOD FRYER KEI.I.Y WILSON BOUDEMAN WILLIAMS MILLER ROBINSON VROMAN MOVER WOOD PECKHAM CUTTING CRUMPACKER BERENTSON NEILL KLINE BURT FRIEL EWING FORSYTHE RUSSELL SHAUGHNESSV FRITCH BRYANT V. DAVIS CHATTERSON E. DAVIS GARRISON MURDICK WARD QUINN CAVANAUGH MANSS REIF MARCOTTE BUEI.L GODFREY LAKE PAGE 356 GENERAL PRATKRMTIES Founded Cornell University 1890 37 Active Chapters MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established 1892 HARDY HOOVER, PH.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE THOMAS H. REE, A.B., LL.B. EARL S. WOLAVER, A.B., J.D. RICHARD GREGORY FRATRES IN URBE BRUCE GREGORY LLOYD CATRON, A.B. WILLIAM R. DAY, B.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE SAMUEL E. GAWNE, A.B. JULIAN J. HARRISON, A.B. GEORGE E. RICH, A.B. GEORGE M. RYERSON CHARLES W. BISHOP IRWIN E. BANNASCH IRVING H. CEDARGREEN RALPH P. LAWSON MORTON C. PEARSON CHARLES L. BOBRINK ARCHIBALD H. EVERSOLE GRAY FARR PETER M. CERTIA Seniors ROBERT W. BRADTUIKLER Jun iors RAY E. PALM J. GILBERT REID EDWARD H. RUSSELL Sophomores ALLAN V. GRIBBIN MARK H. GRIFFEL FREDERIC J. PABODY HORACE K. POWERS Freshmen ROBERT S. CONNELLY ROBERT GOODRICH CARL E. SCHULTS OSCAR R. SCHROEDER C. RAYMOND SUFFRON EMERSON SHROYER R. GEORGE RANSFORD THOMAS M. WALL CHARLES S. WHITE JAMES L. HAY WARD EVERSOLE WALL HAYWARD CONNELLY GRIBBIN CERTIA GRIFFEL PABODY FARR BOBRINK POWERS WHITE RANSFORD SCHULTS SCHROYER LAWSON PEARSON REID RUSSELL XX DR1CH DAY BRADTMILLER BISHOP CEDARGREEN PALM SCHROEDKR (iK KRAL FRATERNITIES Founded University of Virginia 1S67 105 Active Chapters ALPHA ZETA CHAPTF.R Established 1892 DANIEL A. MC NTY, PH.D. FERDINAND N. MENEFEE. B.S. MAYNARD A. NEWTON ROBERT F. BACKER A. WALLACE BAXTER ALAN J. BOVARD JAMES F. DALE MERTON J. BELL WILLIAM H. A. CLARK STEPHEN H. DINIUS RICE G. FITZPATRICK JOHN L. BILLHEIMER DAVID L. BROCKMEIER JAMES E. CARTWRIGHT HUGH L. BAKER STEPHEN M. BREWER J. ROBERT GRUBE FRATRES IN FACULTATE W. FREDERICK PETERSON. A.M. FRANK H. STEVENS, B.S. FRATRES IN URBE WAYNE R. JOHNSON FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ROBERT C. BARKER FRANK BICKNELL Seniors WILLIAM F. KENNEY JENNINGS McBRiDE ALEXANDER RUELLE, III Juniors MALCOLM H. McCoRT ARCHIE L. MCNAUGHTON GEORGE C. NEUREUTHER Sophomores JOHN L. JONES THEODORE E. KOPKE Freshmen HARRY H. HOWE ALFRED KOCH, JR. ARTHUR A. WOOD, Pn.D. ELTON E. WEIMAN, A.B. EDWARD MARANDA ANGUS R. SHANNON, JR. GEORGE H. SMITH ADDISON E. WOODWARD FREDERICK H. WOODWARD JOHN R. NOYES KARL S. RICHARDSON HAMILTON W. SMITH ARTHUR R. STRUBF.L DONALD A. LEONARD EVERED E. ROGERS RALPH S. ZAHM ALLAN A. PIERCE CHARLES A. PIERCE DEAN M. RANSBURG GRUBE BAKER CONN VAUGHN C. PIERCK A PIERCE KOCH BREWER ZAHM BROCKMEIER ROGERS JONES KOPKK BILLHEIMER CARTWRIGHT DINIUS CLARK NEUREUTHER HTZPATRICK NOYES STIMPSON STRUBEI. BEI.L RICHARDSON F. WOODWARD KENNEY RUEI.I.E MC BRIDE BOVARD BAXTER A. WOODWARD PAGE 358 GENERAL Founded Virginia Military Institute 93 Active Chapters GAMMA XL CHAPTER Established ! LOWELL J. CARR, PH.D. KENNETH P. CLARKE WILLIAM P. FOSTER JOHN D. MACPHERSON LUTHER BOES GEORGE VV. BOLLS- WILLIAM A. BROWN CARL J. BAUER, JR. JOHN E. GILBERT SAMUEL H. BEER WILLIAM C. CURTICE JOHN D. KITCH FRANCIS S. LEAHY CHANDLER L. BUSH LUCIF.N M. CHIPLEY RICHARD S. CORNELIUS FRATRES IN FACULTATE GEORGE S. PETERSON, Pn.D. FRATRES IN URBE JACK F. DUNN PHILIP M. NORTHRUP FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CHARLES H. MC!NTYRE Seniors G. GORDON PARK DONALD R. RYALL Juniors MALCOLM J. HUME DOUGLAS F. MILLER Sophomores DONALD W. MACVICAR FREDERICK L. MERNER SALMON C. MYERS Freshmen JOHN H. HUMPHREY CARL M. SAVAGE C. HART SCHAAF IOHN C. SCHROEDER WILLIAM C. RUFUS. Pn.D. WILLIAM C. WALZ DONALD J. McLEAN EDWARD R. MURBACH DUDLEY J. SCHOLTEN JONES B. SHANNON FREDERICK C. WIDMANN THOMAS M. TOWNER RAYMOND E. WATSON EDGAR D. RACINE FREDERIC R. SIMONSON DAVID STONE GARNETT A. WALKER HARRY C. STEVENSON GEORGE R. SQUIBB JAMES W. ST. CLAIR HUDSON SQUIBB HUMPHREY CORNELIUS SCHROEDER STEVENSON CHIPLEY ST. 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BUCHANAN STUART EACLESON LOUIS FORSYTHE JOHN VV. BLANCHARD ROBERT C. CHAPMAN WALTER P. HICKEY RICHARD N. HUMPHREYS THOMPSON H. MABLEY WILLIAM R. ORR STANLEY E. BETZ THOMAS M. DAVIS FRANK G. HARRISON WALTER A. HOLT VERNON BISHOP ALBERT G. BOLDIZAR HERBERT S. BREYFOGLE CHARLES B. DARNER FRATRES IN FACULTATE A.M. CHARLES F. MEYERS, PH.D. HENRY W. MILLER, M.F.. JAMES B. POLLOCK, Sc.D. WALTER B. REA, A.B. HENRY E. RIGGS, C.E. FRATRES IN URBE WARD D. PETERSON PHILIP M. PFAFFMANN FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CHARLES B. EMERY MANLY K. HUNT Seniors HARLEY B. KLINE Juniors RICHARD M. SHICK JOHN G. STAUDT Sophomores GRAYDON M. LINDSKOLD NEUMAN E. LINDSKOLD RICHARD H. LYONS Freshmen RALPH D. GOODRICH, JR. ERLE A. KIGHTLINGER CECIL M. McCuTCHEON HERBERT C. SADLER, Sc.D.,LL.D. SHIRLEY W. SMITH, A.M. CYRUS C. STURGIS, M.D. EDSON R. SUNDERLAND, LL.B. MORRIS P. TILLEY, Pn.D. ALFRED S. WARTHIN, M.D. SAMUEL H. RIGGS CLEMENT A. SMITH HERBERT UPTON WILLIAM C. PUSCH HAROLD O. OLSON ALEXANDER K. SCHERER FREDERIC C. STEVENS, JR. ALFRED C. STODDARD SHERWOOD A. UPTON F ' REDERICK RIEBEL, III JACK L. SPENCER HAMILTON M. STEPHENS ROGER L. STEVENS BENJAMIN G. McFATE DAVID PRICE JAMES F. TEMPLE CHARLES R. WORST MC KATE GOODRICH TEMPLE BREYFOGl.E PRICE DARNEK BISHOP MC CUTCHKON KIGHTLINGER BOLDIZAR HARRISON RIEBEL R. STEVENS HOLT LYONS DAVIS STEPHENS WORST N. LINDSKOLD SPENCER CRAGO HUMPHREYS ORR UPTON SHICK STODDARD STAUDT CHAPMAN SCHERER OLSON KLINE HICKEV BETZ F.STEVENS MABI.KY sfmfm PAGE 361 GENERAL FRATERNITIES Founded University of Michigan 1904 33 Active Chapters MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established 190-1 Acacia. RUSSELL W. BUNTING, D.D.S. MORTIMER E. COOLEY, ENG.D., LL.D. FRANCIS D. CURTIS, PH.D. HERBERT W. EMERSON, B.Si, M.D. H. H. ATWELL JUNIUS E. BEAL ROBERT A. CAMPBELL DURWARD D. COLE HOWARD E. CROWELL RAVE C. EASTMAN W. WILLIAM NORRIS, A.B. JOHN W. SCHULTZ, B.S.E., M.S.E. CHARLES C. BOSWELL JAMES F. MORROW RAY C. PARKER REX H. GREEN- KENNETH G. KINSMAN ROBERT O. CRAW ERICK JOKI RAYMOND J. DUNWELL NILES C. BARTHOLOMEW FRATRES IN FACULTATE CLARENCE T. JOHNSTON, C.E. MARVIN L. NIEHUSS, A.B. FREDERICK G. NOVY, M.I). FRATRES IN URBE CARL S. Fox ROBERT GRANVILLE W. C. HOLLANDS D. H. HURD JOHN LlNDENSCHMITT ROBERT NORRIS FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE MARLAND B. SMALL, A.B. WILLIAM H. STEWART, A.B. ELDON J. TEETER, B.S. Seniors J. MORTIMER FISHER ERNEST A. FARLEY RUSSEL H. MOORE RICHARD R. BERRY Juniors VINAL O. TAYLOR ARTHUR E. SCHROEDER Sophomores GEORGE F. HOWLETT ROBERT G. RODKEY, A.B. M.A., PH.D. EDWARD STALKER, M.S. LENT D. UPSON, PH.D. RUSSELL PRYCE FLOYD A. SARGENT CHARLES A. SINK T. HAWLEY TAPPING I ' RED H. STEGATH FRANK II. WISNER KENNETH E. KIPP, A.B. CECIL H. BROWN, B.S.E. W. HERBERT BIXBY LUDWIG L. EMDE KENNETH M. LLOYD ELWOOD LITTLE LESLIE STODDARD LAURENCE HAI.BERT LEIXBACH CLARENCE A. BIEDENNEG FENIMORE E. DAVIS WALTER G. MITCHELL HOWLETT SMITH BERRY PARKER LITTLE MANWARRING BASCOM CRAW DUNWELL TAYLOR BARTHOLOMEW MITCHELL BIXBY FISHER MORROW KINSMAN LLOYD FARLEY EMDE BIEDEXNEG SCHULTZ BOSWELL MOORE GREEN JOKI PAGE 362 GEXEKAL FRATEHMTII- ' .S HBBi Founded " ii ' inia Military Institute !Sti4 1 Active Chapters BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER Established 1888 Re-established 1904 JOSEPH H. CANNON, B.S. HERBERT W. EMERSON, B.S., M.D. ANDREW E. HURTH SHERWOOD AKE, A.B. LEO J. CONWAY, A.B. CHARLES K. CORRELL CHARLES F. HOLDEN, A.B. J. TAYLOR ELLIOTT HAROLD F " ,. HANDLEY J. EDGAR ISEMAN HOLLAND F. FELDKAMP JOHN R. ROSE HOWARD W. BALDOCK ROBERT O. BARR ALBERT E. BLOMQUIST DANIEL J. BOONE CHARLES VV. BARNES GEORGE T. CALLISON CARLETON G. CARVER Alpha Tau Omega FRATRES IN FACULTATE CHARLES H. FESSENDEN, M.E. ROBERT S. GIBSON, M.E. WILBUR R. HUMPHREYS BEN KIEVET, M.S. FRATRES IN URBE HERMAN H. RIECKER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE WILFRED T. HUNT, A.B. MILTON G. KENDRICK, A.B. EDWARD C. KILLIAN, A.B. JAMES J. LIGHTBODY, A.B. Senior M. WlNFIELD LOTT HARRY V. ODLE . Juniors LEON E. SMITH Sophomores SHELDON C. FULLERTON ROBERT B. HARDY JACK M. LANDON Freshmen WILLIAM W. DAVIS STANLEY A. MILLER JOSEPH B. OAKI.EAF HARRY C. RICHTER, A.B. C. WESLEY SCHOTT JAMES F. SMITH NORMAN B. SORTOR EDWIN B. POORMAN GEORGE E. SIMONS HARVEY G. STRAUB RALPH O. SMOOT D. WARREN ZENTZ EVRELL E. PLANK CHARLES A. SANFORD JOHN W. WiLLMOTT WILLIAM R. WORBOYS E. SHELDON SCHNEIDER ROBERT F. SHAW EDWARD B. YOUNG PLAN K WOR BOYS SMOOT SMITH ISEMAN LOTT ELLIOTT CARVER SHAW HARDY SANFORD WILLMOTT FULLERTON LANDON BARR BOONE ROSE ZENTZ FELDKAMI ' BALDOCK RICHTER KENDRICK HANDLEY POORMAN STRAITS PRIEHS CALLISON BLOMQCIST SCHNKIDKK OAKLEAF DAVIS pup! mmm GENERAL FRATERNITIES Founded University of Michigan 1 Active Chapter Established 1905 S. LAWRENCE BIGELOW, PH.D. WILLIAM O. HOAD, B.S. FRATRES IN FACULTATE ALBERT C. KERLIKOWSKE, M.D. FRATRES IN URBE STANFORD N. PHELPS ALBERT LOCKWOOD HERBERT G. WATKINS, A.B. JAMES F. BOYER, A.B. ADDISON D. 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Sophomores MYRON FEINBERG JAY JACOBSON Freshmen BEN HIBSMAN CLIFFORD PACKARD JEROME ROSENTHAL f 4 r i Qf y Df U W HL_ ' - B i v j w f J wV fW Hi T ' IT T l r Founded College of City of New York 1904 ALPHA C, 1 l CHAPTER Established 1921 U Active Chapters JEROME COHN, A.B. MILTON N. OPPEHNHEIMER MILTON C. PICARD, JR. THEODORE OPPENHEIM STEWART A. SCHLOSS ROBERT L. SLOSS Louis KUSIN JEROME SHAPIRO JULIAN TOBIAS MEYER WINEGARDEN WINEGARDEN BERLOWITZ ROSENTHAL PACKARD SHAPIRO HIBSMAN TOBIAS GREENWOOD JACOBSON BENSTOCK FEINBERG KUSIN ABRAHAM NAHM MAAS LEVY -Kiss OPPENHEIM LEVISON LEFTWICH SCHLOSS NATHAN OPPEHNHEIMER DOTTENHEIM PICARD KLEIN FREEMAN KAUFMANN PAGE 379 GENERAL FRATERNITIES PHI XI CHAPTER Established 1921 rvho W. F. HUNT, PH.D. FRATRKS IN FACULTATK J. M. NICKELSON, U.S., (M.F..) C. C. WAGNER, A.M. FRANCIS A. BELL, A.B. NORTON CANFIELD EARL L. MEIXNER, A.B. CLARENCE M. CATO ALVIN G. DAHLEM WILLIAM S. GODFREY ALLAN B. CAILAHAN FRATRES IN UN1VKRS1TATK CHARLES M. MILLER, A.B. Seniors THOMAS H. JOLLS J. DONALD POUND Juniors THOMAS L. O ' NEIL FRANCIS D. PATRICK FRANKLIN J. RAUNER, A.B. HENRY V.. F,. SHAW, A.B. CHARLES A. RENICK ROBERT D. RISK WALTER M. TREVOR JOSEPH R. ROYSTON CHARLES E. SMEAI. Sophomores CHARLES R. SPROWL STEWART M. WHITK JOSEPH A. WINTER RONALD C. DYE FREDERICK HOLCOMB HOWARD M. LAMB Freshmen WILLIAM M. McFAwN ADRIAN J. MERTAUGH MAX H. MOVER HENRY J. TREVARROW ROBERT G. YOUNG HOLCOMB TREVARROW MERTAUGH YOUNG LAMB MC FAWN SMEAL SPROWL ROYSTON o ' NEII. WHITE WINTER CAI.1.A11AN POUND MEIXNER PATRICK JOLLS CATO RENICK GODFREY MII.I.EK PAGE 380 GENERAL FRATKRMTIKS Pounded University of Virginia 1868 72 Active Chapters BF.TA TAU CHAPTER Established 1922 LAURENCE M. GOULD, Sc.D. RALPH BEI.KNAP, Sc.D. FRATRF.S IN FACUI.TATE RUSSEL C. HUSSEY, PH.D. CARL FORTUNE, M.D. NEWTON S. BEMENT, M.A. D. MAYNARD PHELPS, M.B.A. HARRY ALLEN, M.A. F.VANS SCHMELING, A.B. EVANS GRIPPING, A.B. M. SCUDDER GRIFFING, A.B. H. WINSTON HATHAWAY HARLAN F. HEDDEN MILTON J. RUEGER LEDRU E. DAVIS JOHN P. DIEHL LAWRENCE E. HARTWIG JOHN O. INNES JOHN H. BIERCE WILLIAM P. BUTLER FRATRES IN UNIVERS1TATE C. WENDELL SMITH, A.B. HOMER E. DUNLAP, A.B. Seniors DALE A. SEYMOUR DAI.TON G. SEYMOUR Juniors JAMES H. MACINTOSH GEORGE E. MATTHEWS JOHN RANNEY Sophomores CLARENCE E. HAAS CHARLES W. McCoLL WILLIAM H. PALMER J. EDGAR FINLEY, A.B. I ' IIILLIP HENNINGER, A.B. W. KARL SCHMIDT, A.B. JAMES E. THAYER LAWRENCE E. WAI.KLEY ROBERT H. ZOUL JOSEPH ROPER ROBERT E. SMITH DAVID D. STRUTHERS HERBERT H. I ' NSWORTH GILBERT PEET Cl.YBORNE URQ MILTON BOBENG J. DUDLEY GRIFKING Freshmen RAYMOND LATTA GILBERT PALMER ED. A. THAYER LATTA BOBENG MCCOLL E. THAYER I ' l I I SIKKENGA GRIFFING BIERCE PALMER HARTWIi; ROPER BUTLER URQUHART DARK ' - HAAS INNKS STRUTHERS DIEHL C. W. SMITH BROWN YOUNG rsvwoRTH R. SMITH ZOUL HATHAWAY DAVIS RUEGER THAYER D. G. SEYMOUR I). A. SEYMOUR WALKLEY HEDDEN YJURNTO PAGE 381 iV GENERAL FRATERNITIES 1 Founded University of Michigan 1922 3 Active Chapters BETA CHAPTER Established 1922 iloru JOHN W. WELLMAN, A.R. H. LEROY SELMEIER, A.B. JOSEPH S. SCHERMACK JOHN Q. LANGEN JOE B. SMITH NEIL E. WARREN ERWIN J. BENZ THOMAS S. PERKINS LAWRENCE V. MESSERSMITH LAWRENCE M. P. DARROW NEIL A. GATES FRATRES IN FACULTATE CLARENCE F. KESSLER, M.S.E. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE MILTON J. DRAKE, A.B. Seniors FRANKLIN E. QUALE DAVID L. SUNDELL WALDRON W. TEMPLEMAYR WAYNE E. DAVIS Juniors JAMES C. HILLS JAMES E. SPENCER Sophomores ROBERT R. MILLER Freshmen WESLEY C. GEISLER JOHN H. Huss MILTON C. McCREERY, A.B. RALPH NELSON E. EvERET LOFBERG F. LEO WEST DONALD C. WEBSTER ROBERT A. MARTING CLARK W. FULTON CHARLES M. DAVIS FRANCIS H. SPENCER WILLIAM TRINGHAM NORMAN C. TUTTLE ;, s 5. ? i t?ft t F. SPENCER MESSERSMITH PERKINS J. SPENCER C. DAVIS MILLER WARREN DRAKE FULTON MC CHEERY SELMEIER BENZ WEST SMITH WEBSTER TEMPLEMAYR QUALE SCHERMACK LANGEN SUNDELL W. DAVIS HILLS DARROW TRINGHAM GATES HUSS GEISLER TUTTLE 382 FRATKRMTII- ' .S Founded City College of New York 1910 16 Active Chapters NU CHAPTER Established 1922 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE BERNARD W. ROSENBERG, A.B. LESTER S. SMITH, A.B. LAWRENCE L. BURGER MILTON G. COHN JACK ELIASOHN BERNARD B. FRIEDLAND JE ROME B. JACKSON WILLIAM S. KAPLAN DONALD LAVINE MILTON S. MARX HARRY NEIMAN HAROLD L. PASSMAN ALFRED L. SINGER THEODORE S. WILK MILTON S. ASH Juniors SEYMOUR S. LOWEN HAROLD W. WEINSTEIN HARVEY M. BALCH SAMUEL BRAIKER Sophomores JACK GREENBERC Louis KAPLAN VICTOR SPECTOR CLEMENT ZIPPERSTEIN HARRY JUROW Freshmen EDWIN KRETSKE SIDNEY ROSENTHAL GEORGE M. 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KRAUS HAROLD E. MACLEAN Freshmen JOHN C. NORTON J. TRUMAN STEINKE THEO. L. TROST, A.M. NEIL H. WILLIAMS, PH.D. HARRY L. ZUCK. B.S., (M.E.) ZUCK, B.S. (ARCH.) E. MILTON STAUB, A.B. JOHN D. TODD, A.B. HOLLAND D. SEVERY IVAN J. WANLESS FRANCIS E. WHEELER DONALD H. WILLIAMS R. WARREN ROCKEFELLER LISBON H. SCHMEISKE MURRAY A. WRIGHT JESSE S. SOHN Louis S. VEENSTRA HENTZ VEENSTRA DOTY MAC LEAN KKAUS H. DUNSTAN NORTON STEINKK LAURENSON MURRAY SCHMEISKF- WRIGHT SOHN LANDRE (1. DUNSTAN JENSON MC G1I.LIARI) BADGER WILLIAMS STAl ' B BOSTRUM Al.l.KN BOI.EY WANI.KSS MICKLE CAIN R. JOHNSON LAV HOWELI. BKNTON SEVERY M. JOHNSON HACKETT ROCKEKE1.I.KK GENERAL VKATEKMTIKX Founded cimom University 1 ' MS 14 Active Chapters GAMMA BETA CHAPTER Kstablished 1V22 .D. (M.E.) BURKE SHARTELI., S.J.D. ROBERT H. SHERLOCK, B.S. CHAS. D. COGSHALI. ERATRES IN FACL ' LTATE CLARENCE D. THORPE, PH.D. FRATRES IN URBE LORING F. OEMING HORACE B. SODT HAROLD A. OTT, PH.D. LESTER M. PHILBIN I.ILBURN I.. WOOD WORTH ARTHUR K. DARBAKER ORMAND J. DRAKE MILES E. BEAMER T. KENNETH BRADY HARRY E. CAMPBELL GORDON T. DAUN GEORGE T. GRIGGS THOMAS E. HARRIS JAMES W. HARRIS FRATRES IN UNIVERS1TATE Seniors CARL S. MILLER Juniors LESLIE H. DOUGLASS DALE T. HARROUN EDWARD M. HERPOLSHEIMER Sophomorts RICHARD D. HASSE JOHN E. KUPPINGER GARY MUFFLY ALFRED J. PALMER J. WILFRED ORWIC RICHARD E. PALMER GERALD L. KNIGHT WM. A. POST GEORGE M. SPRAGUE WM. D. SUTHERS GORDON O. POHL WILLIAM A. SEELEY LYLE F. WALLACE ROY M. DUDLEY GILBERT W. GROEHN Fresh resmen HAROLD W. HERRING JEROME A. ROBB ALBERT A. ROUSE CARL E. SCHNEIDER KEITH W. TYLER SCHNEIDER GROEHN HOI.LOWAY HARROUN SEELEY ken SR GRIGGS WALLACE DUDLEY PALMER POHL KUPPINGER HARRIS SPRAGUE MUFFLY HERPOLSHEIMER BRADY POST KNIGHT DAUN BEAMER MILLER SHERLOCK DARBAKER OTT SUTHERS DRAKE CAMPBELL PAGE 385 I GENERAL FRATERNITIES Founded Union College 1827 15 Active Chapters IOTA CHAPTER Established 1855 Re-established 1923 FRATRES IN FACULTATE WARREN E. FORSYTHE, M.D. WALTER V . MARSHALL, B.A.E. WILLIAM J. BOOTH FRATRES IN URBE T. NELSON JEFFRES GEORGE L. PATTEE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE BRIAN W. BLAKELY, A.B. VERLING C. ENTEMAM, A.B. PAUL L. ADAMS CALVIN BANWELL Seniors DEAN B. HAMMOND STAFFORD H. HODDER JAMES B. OSBORNE WILLIAM H. REID, JR. JAMES B. ROBERTS, JR. LESTER C. LEMKE EDWARD G. SCHIEFFELIN, II THOMAS M. COOLEY, II HENRY T. GAGE JOHN S. MARSHALL, III FORREST W. BALDWIN O. KEITH BALDWIN Juniors KENNETH E. WILCOX Sophomores EDWARD S. McKAY ROBERT MILLER Freshmen HOTZEL H. BODE GURNEY WILLIAMS, JR. ROBERT W. WOODROOFE, JR. FRANCIS PARKS WALTER W. SAUER RICHARD L. TOBIN A. RUSSELL CLARKE HARRY S. PRICE K. BALDWIN RUMPEL BODE TOBIN COOLEY MC KAY F. BALDWIN PRICE CLARKE PARKS GAGE I.BMKE SCHIEFFELIN WOODROOFE WILLIAMS WILCOX MARSHALL Mil 1 ER ROBERTS HODDER REID BANWELL HAMMOND OSBORNE ADAMS BLAKELY mmm 3S6 GENERAL FRATERNITIES Founded Miami University 1906 42 Active Chapters TAU CHAPTER Established 1923 appa MATT MANN LAV ' ERN HYDE GEORGE E. 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BROVERMAN PETER FRIEDLAND FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JOSEPH D. GOLDSMITH HERMAN KLINE ALAN LEVY, A.B. JESSE S. RITT GABRIEL N. ALEXANDER LEONARD DUCKMAN MILLARD B. DEUTSCH DONALD J. FEERER JOSEPH GELMAN SAMUEL D. GOLDBERI; JULIAN R. BARIT IRVING W. COI.EMAN JOSEPH FRANK MAURICE A. COHEN BERNARD F ' .pps HERBERT FRANK Seniors LEON EICHEL Juniors JOSEPH H. KATZ MILTON D. KLIVANS F.I.IAS A. MILLER Sophomores DONALD E. HERSCHFIELD RICHARD A. KOCH Freshmen MORTON FRANK IRVING GINSBERG SAMUEL M. HANAUER MORTON S. KAUFMAN HAROLD E. NIMZ AMELIUS B. SEGALL NORMAN L. SPELKE WILFRED E. WEINSTOCK LESTER M. MAY MELVIN MARWIL ARNOLD J. SF.IDMAN ALBERT HABIF ROBERT N. MAZER RALPH SCHULTZ HABIK MARWII. M. I RANK COHEN J.FRANK MAZER H. FRANK EPPS HI-.RM HI ll.l n FEERER KLINE NIMZ KATZ MAY SEIDMAN KOCH BARIT GELMAN GOLDBERG DEITS( II KLIVANS KAUFMAN WKINSTOCK PAGE 389 GENERAL FRATERNITIES Founded Syracuse University 18 Active Chapters OMICRON CHAPTER Established 1923 , ta FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE C. D. SUSANO, B.S., M.S. ALFRED BERARDUCCI ANTHONY F. CENTANNI FRANK G. GIAMBRONE FRANK E. JEANNETTE JOHN A. CHERRY Seniors ANTHONY J. LARocco EMIL J. LAURETTI JOHN LoCRiccHio Juniors JOSEPH A. GATTOZZI ANTHONY F. PACELIA SANDRON S. PARENTI AUGUST R. ROTI DOMENIC E. SULLO ARCHIE A. ROTUNNO FRANK A. BATTEL EDWARD C. CIOCCA Sophomores CHARLE S L. DIFRANCESCO ANTHONY L. FRYE Louis H. POLETO ALDO W. SALA FRANK D. COLOPIETRO Freshmen VINCENT J. DIFRANCESCO FRYE BATTEL COLOPIETRO CIOCCA C. DI FRANCESCO V, 1)1 FRANCESCO DE STEFANO SALA SUSANO LO CRICCHIO LAPACA GATTOZZI POLETO ROTUNNO CHERRY DISSULO PACELLA CENTANNI ROTI BERARDUCCI PARENTI JEANNETTE GIAMBRONE 390 GENERAL FHATEKMTIKX Founded Brown University 1889 23 Active Chapters M CHAPTER Established 1024 GEORGE BURKE FRATRES IN URBE MARTIN J. CAVANAUGH EDWARD F. CONLIN FRANK L. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE EUGENE A. GILLIS ARMOUR G. BARBER FEDELE F. FAURI ROBERT E. FELIX JOHN A. BOYD EDWARD O. D ' ANNA PATRICK E. McCAUGHEV, JR. PAUL C. 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GRAHAM RICHARD BECKER ERIC BRADSHAW HOWARD Y. McCLUSKY, Pu.D. FRANCIS M. VREELAND, M.A. FRATRES IN URBE GEORGE G. ALDER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE F. GERALD SMITH, A.B. Seniors WENDELL A. MAHAFFY FREDERICK A. PURDY CLAUDE D. SAMPSON Juniors JOSEPH GRIGCS GEORGE HAYS HAROLD C. HICKMAN Sophomores PAUL IRWIN WILLIAM W. KEARNS NORMAN KNAPP Freshmen WALTER BUTLER CLIFFORD W. FRIEND HARLOWE POWERS JAMES H. SPENCER, A.B. KENNETH STUART, A.B. HOWARD P. SIMON Ross O. STEVENS MAX L. VEECH DEAN KIRK EARLE S. OLDHAM WILSON M. RANCK MELVIN RABE WILLIAM SMITH EDWIN SMITH HAROLD F. WISE BUTLER IRWIN RABE KNAPP BECKER BRADSHAW H. SMITH POWKKs WINIISOR FR1KNI) KEARNS GRAHAM GOULD KIRK RANCK LEHMAN HAYS COMINS W. SMITH GRIGGS BAXTER CLARK MAHAFFY SIMON HICKMAN STUART SAMPSON G. SMITH JACKSON DUBPERNELL SPENCER OLDHAM VEECH STEVENS LAROWE REIN GENERAL FRATERNITIES Founded 1924 Springfield, Missouri ALPHA CHAPTER Established 1925 M. B. ElCHELBERGER, B.S. FRATRES IN FACULTATE WM. S. HOUSEL, B.S., (C.E.) E. E. FLEISCHMAN, A.M. WIRT M. MASTEN FRATRES IN URBE E. RUSSELL SILKWORTH A. M. STANTON HOMER C. LEWIS, A.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE KENNETH R. PRINGLE, A.B. MERLE G. WOOD, B.S. H. B. ANDREWS WM. S. ARMOUR OTTO H. HAAB Seniors FRED J. JOLLY G. F. KILLEEN J. HARRY TAYLOR JOSEPH E. TRUSKOWSKI HARRY W. WATSON CHAS. D. WITHEY LESLIE McK. BEACH RAYMOND E. BUNGE ROBERT B. COOK Juniors GEORGE C. HAYWARD HENRY A. STAFFORD E. E. VANCLEAF, JR. FRED E. VANDORN HAROLD L. WHITE JAMES McN. YOUNG BONIFACE C. FELL Sophomores JOHN S. HAMMOND RICHARD H. MOORE KENT BOWSHER RICHARD A. HART Freshmen ROBERT S. JUDD ROALDUS F. RICHMOND MILFORD C. SAUNDERS CARL F. WHITE SCHAEFER PROUD FELL BEACH MOORE BOWSHER BUNGE STAFFORD VAN DORN VAN CLEAF KILLEEN STANTON HAYWARD SOLURI TRUSKOWSKI PRINGLE TAYLOR LEWIS WITHEY WOOD GENERAL FK.ITKKMTIKS lau Founded Illinois Wcslcyan 1899 30 Active Chapters UPSil.ON CHAPTER Established 1925 RUSSELL A. DODGE, M.S. RICHARD C. FULLER, A.B. ROLLA B. KlNDLAY WILLIAM F. BENDER F. LAVERNE BURRIS VISTOR S. BARNES ROBERT L. DIXON FIELDING L. HUESMAN WILLIAM V. COMPTON H. GORDON DALBY DOUGLAS D. McLEOD DURWARD L. ALLEN BENJAMIN GLADDING ARTHUR E. GONTY ROBERT J. BANNOW FRATRES IN FACULTATE EDWIN N. GODDARD, A.B., M.S. WILLARD C. OLSON, PH.D. IRVING D. SCOTT, PH.D. FRATRES IN URBE WILLIAM T. KREBS WILSON M. McCoRMicK FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE DOUGLAS J. FULLER, A.B. DAVID E. LAW DOUGLAS H. OATLEY Seniors CHARLES R. KINGSLEY ARI.ON G. LEY WILLIAM S. MASON RICHARD W. MONTAGUE Juniors RAYMOND RASMUSSEN COVERT ROBERTSON RAYMOND G. SCHMIDT Sophomores WILLIAM G. GORDON LEON A. PATT Freshmen NORMAN C. FORSYTHE WILLIAM H. KOEHLER NATHAN SINAI, M.S., D.P.H. CHARLES H. STOCKING, M.S., PH.C. ARCHIBALD W. STORMS HAROLD E. STRICKER, A.B. JAMES N. TEETS, A.B. EMORY T. NUNNELEY FLOYD M. RETT CHARLES R. WOOD, JR. WALTON H. SCHUH DONALD W. WILTSE RICHARD C. ZURMUEHLEN CARL H. SCHWART? GEORGE V. SUFFIN JOHN R. WILSON NORMAN F. PINGEL PINGEL SUFFIN LUXMORE ZUR MUEHLEN KOEHLER BANNOW RASMUSSEN HUFFMAN BELOW GONTY GLADDING GORDON MC LEOD WILSON DALBY MASON BARNES ROBERTSON RONTSON MC COW PATT SCHWARTZ WILTSE WOOD HERESMAN FULLER NUNNELEY DIXON LEY KINGSLEY SCHUH PAGE 395 GENERAL FRATERNITIES Founded University of Illinois 1907 14 Active Chapters MICHIGAN CHAPTER Established 1 25 HARRY BOUCHARD, U.S. FRATRES IN FACULTATE THOMAS J. MITCHELL, B.S. F.DWARD A. STALKER, M.S. HAROLD ' _N. CAREY, B.S. FRATRES IN URBE WITHRED COOK, M.S. MILO F. OHR, B.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE WILLARD I. TRUETTNER, B.S. IRVING M. SALMOND, B.S. F. LESLIE CARLSON WILLIAM M. DUCKWITZ JOHN R. GRANT ANDREW D. HASLEY Seniors THOMAS J. HODGSON LAURENCE C. JOHNSTON OLIVER W. LOWMASTER ROBERT J. McViTTiE HERSCHEL F. POWELL JAMES D. REDDING WILLIAM SCHULTZ CHARLES R. WADDEI.I. CHARLES R. YOUNG ALBERT P. FLAGG HOWARD H. FORSTER MATTHEW C. HADDON Juniors CHARLES D. HOLTON CHARLES W. LESAGE HENRY H. PURCELI. FREDERIC SCHUMANN GEORGE J. WEYL ARLON B. WRIGHT FREDERIC S. BUCHAN GEORGE E. FORSTER HOWARD F. HAARER ROBERT M. HARRISON Sophomores KEENE S. JACKSON WILLIAM MIKULAS Freshmen DONALD MILLER CHARLES A. MOHR AME VENNEMA EDWIN G. JOHNSTON G. FORSTER JACKSON RESSLER E. JOHNSTON BUCHAN EASTWOOD MOHR RAUFF MILLER H. FORSTER PURCELL DUCKWITZ KOON HODGSON LE SAGE WEYL VENNEMA MIKULAS FLAGG HADDON HOLTON YOUNG GRANT MC VITTIE WRIGHT SCHUMANN WELTER REDDING CARLSON L. JOHNSTON POWELL WAUDEIJ. I.OWMASTER SCHULTZ HASLEY PAGE 396 rm I - Founded Vincennes University 1897 ALPHA BKTA CHAPTER Established 1925 Sigma TV FRATRES IN FACULTATE WALTER C. SADLER, M.S., C.E. JARL A. ANDEER. A.B. ROBERT A. COLBY NEIL S. MAC ' ICAR JAMES W. MACMEEKIN, A.B. THEODORE F. BOVARD WILLIAM B. BRYDGES GEORGE H. CORELL ROLAND J. DAHL FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE KARL D. MALCOLM R. BRUCE MEYER LESLIE E. MEYER, A.B. Seniors WALTER A. GUTHRIE JAMES C. HEGENAUER EARL D. JUILLERET CLAYTON L. KOLVOORD MARK S. KUNKLE HOWARD F. SPARKIE DAVID A. Fox, B.S., M.S. FOSTER A. HAIL EUGENE M. READ O. ARNOLD NORMAN- MERRILL E. OLSEN THOMAS STOCK DONALD L. WILSON LEONARD O. BROWNLESS WILLIAM T. BROWNSON Juniors DONALD C. COOK SAMUEL A. FLECEL CONRAD W. GLESEN CHARLES B. KRESSLER HARRISON REID ALLEN M. SEWARD Sophomores JOSEPH SIII-.RK CLIFFORD STOCK ROBERT BARSTOW CHARLES BRUSH WILLIAM L. CORYELL Freshmen HAROLD W. GEHRING ROBERT HELLIWELL EDWIN JACKSON LA LANDER S. NORMAN ROBERT PIERCE KEALLY SPARKIE HELLIWELL NORMAN JACKSON GEHRING REID CORYELL HUBER BROWNSON KUNKLE BOVARD COOK STORK PIERCE NESTLE GLESEN STOCK KOLVOORD BRYDGES BROWNLESS PLECEL HEGENAUER O. NORMAN KUNKLE OLSEN WILSON GUTHRIF CORELL DAHL GENERAL FRATERNITIES Wx m Founded University of Michigan 1926 4 Active Chapters DELTA CHAPTER Established 1922 FRATRES IN FACULTATE PROF. MERWIN H. WATERMAN, A.B., M.B.A. NORMON C. BOWERSOX, A.B. DEWIN J. HAMMER MORTON S. HAVEMANN, B.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ARTHUR A. KENT PAUL J. KERN, A.B. REX K. MARTIN JOHN VV. RUSWINCKEL HOWARD W. SCHNEIDER, B.S. CLAYTON W. SCRIBNER, B.S. JAMES B. COOPER GEORGE A. DUBOIS Seniors H. JORDON FEHLIG W. B. FULGHUM CARL W. HAMMER HA WORTH F. HOCH FRED L. ARNET WILLIAM J. BIRD Juniors FRANK E. COOPER SAMUEL L. DIBBLE, JR. ROBERT D. GORDON WESSYL A. McKiNLEY HAROLD A. COOK Sophomores RICHARD F. MULLIKEN JOSEPH E. VAN RIPER WALTER BELL MATTHEW HINKKANEN WALFRED W. JOHNSON Freshmen CHARLES W. KEHRLI ALBERT NERONI DONALD PARCIARELLI ROBERT K. SAWYER DONALD URQUHART ROBERT L. WEDDING WILL S. WOOD, JR. KENT F. COOPER MULLIKEN BIRD COOK ED. HAMMER VANRIPER GORDON DIBBLE BOWERSOX KERN SCRIBNER HAVEMANN ARNET MCKINLEY RUSWINCKEL SCHNEIDER FULGHUM HOCH C. HAMMER J. COOPER FEHLIG DUBOIS WOOD WEDDING PARCIARELLI BELL SAWYER URQUHART KEHRLI HINKKANEN PAGE 398 wmmm GENERAL FRATERNITIES Founded College of Charleston 1904 38 Active Chapters ALPHA KAPPA CHAPTER Established 1923 Rf -established 1927 HOMER B. PORRITT, A.B., D.D.S. MARQUIS C. CUTLER VERNON G. HAWKINS EDWARD S. JACKSON ROSCOE C. BOWHALL RICHARD A. EDWARDS JOHN W. BARNARD HORACE J. CATLIN FRATRES IN URBE CHARLES L. LEWIS FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE HENRY B. WHIPPLE, A.B. ALBERT OLSON, A.B. Seniors ELSTON T. LARSON THEO. R. LEWANDOWSKI GEORGE E. LINDEMULDER SIDNEY E. MILLER Juniors CARROLL C. FOSTER CLYDE E. JONES Sophomores FRED FLYNN WILLIAM GNODTKE MAX F. MUELLER JAMES T. GILLESPIE, B.S. LORNE E. MITCHELL MILLARD R. NEWLAND LESTER G. WETMORE JED MAEBIUS HENRY A. PULLEN LAWRENCE D. RAHILLY ROBERT G. REYNOLDS CARLTON A. JACOBSON JOHN S. NESS Freshmen EDWARD A. SCHEWE ALBIN S. TELFORD JEAN R. WILLIAMS TELFORD POOLE MOORE JACOBSON NESS GIBSON HOTCHKISS LIPPIIART REYNOLDS CATLIN FLYNN BARNARD RAHILLY MUELLER SCHEWE PULLEN GNODTKE JONES NEWLAND MILLER HAWKIN-. EDWARDS FOSTER WETMORE JACKSON WHIPPLE BOWHALL MAEBIUS LEWANDOWSKI LINDEMULDER GILLESPIE LARSON PAGE 399 Ktfftt GENERAL FRATERNITIES Founded University of Illinois 3 Active Chapters GAMMA CHAPTER Established 1928 FRATRES IN FACULTATE SAMUEL G. TREPP, A.B. FRATRES IN URBE CARL DONNER MARTIN S. BURG FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE WALTER LEHMKE Seniors ALFRED C. PROTTENGEIER RUDOLPH G. SOHLBERG LESLIE A. BRANDT CARL DONNER EARL S. DIETSCH Juniors PAUL J. FIERKE VERNON W. LARSON EMIL T. NEUBAUER A. WALLACE OLSON WALTER L. STIENFATT CARL H. SCHMUDE LEONARD J. WALLE ALFRED W. FLEER ELMER KRAUSE ALBERT W. KANDELIN Sophomores NELVIN B. MONSON Freshmen W ALFRED KuiJALA LEONARD H. SCHOENHERR RUDOLPH C. SCHULTE CLARENCE A. SAMUELSON KUIJALA SCHMUDE ANDERSON NEUBAUER KRAUSE SCHULTE SAMUELSON KANDELIN FLEER WALLE STIENFATT FIERKE OLSON MONSON DIETSCH SOHLBERG PROTTENGEIER BURG TREPP LARSON DONNER PAGE 400 PROFESSIONAL PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES Founded University of Michigan 1869 KENT CHAPTER Established 1869 RALPH W. AICLER, LL.B. HENRY M. BATES, Pn.B., LL.B. PAUL BUCKLEY, LL.B. HOMER F. CAREY, M.A., LL.B. JOHN P. DAWSON, A.B. STUART W. HILL, J.D. JAMES F. BOYER, A.B. JOHN S. DENTON, A.B. ARTHUR L. EVELY, A.B. THOMAS E. FISKE, A.B. JOHN H. HAWKINS, B.S. RALPH M. JONES, A.B. WRIGHT CONRAD, A.B. MATTHEW DAVISON, JR., A.B. SAMUEL E. GAWNE, A.B. HAROLD J. HAND, A.B. MELVIN R. DEO, A.B. GEORGE J. EDWARDS, A.B. RICHARD B. FOSTER FRATRES IN FACULTATE JOSEPH H. DRAKE, PH.D., LL.B. EDGAR N. DURFEE, A.B., J.D. JOHN R. EFFINGER, PH.D. EDWIN C. GODDARD, PH.B., LL.B. EVANS HOLBROOK, A.B., LL.B. HARRY B. HUTCHINS, PH.D., LL.B. VICTOR H. LANE, C.E., LL.B. PAUL A. LEIDY, A.M., J.D. EDSON R. SUNDERLAND, A.M., A.B. JOHN B. WAITE, A.B., LL.B. HORACE L. WILGUS, M.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JAMES W. WILSON, A.B. Seniors STEPHEN E. JONES, A.B. W. BRACE KRAG, A.B. MALCOM S. LANGFORD, A.B. ELVIN R. LATTY, A.B. RICHARD M. MAXWELL FORD R. NELSON, A.B. WALTER P. NORTH, A.B. Juniors JOHN W. HAY, JR. A.B. J. BAIRD JOHNSON, A.B. DAVID W. KENDALL, A.B. ELLIS B. MERRY, A.B. Freshmen JAMES W. McCABE, A.B. PAUL E. MINSEL, A.B. DANA M. NORTON, A.B. GEORGE E. RICH, A.B. {AMES H. ROGERS, A.B. OHN W. SCOTT, A.B. NORMAN O. TIETJENS, Pn.B., M.A. CASSAM A. WILSON, A.B. DAN WITHERS, A.B. WILLIAM C. PUSCH, A.B. FRANCIS E. B. ROEHM, A.B. MERRILL W. TAYLOR, A.B. ROBERT L. WILSON, A.B. EDWIN B. POORMAN JOHN F. RICE CHESTER G. ROSENGREN, A.B. EDWARDS NORTON RICE MINSEL ROSENGREN POORMAN FOSTER DEO MC CASE HAND JOHNSON CONRAD MERRY GAWNE ROEHM HAY KENDALL DAVISON PUSCH NORTH WITHERS HAWKINS SCOTT NELSON S. JONES EVELY LATTY WILSON KRAO MAXWELL BOYER LANGFORD FISKE WILSON ROGERS R. JONES TIETJENS PAGE 402 : PROFESSK). . I , FRATERMTIES Founded University of Michigan 1882 36 Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER Established 1882 FRATRES IN FACULTATE V. C. VAUGHN, PH.D., Sc.D., M.D., LL.D. REUBEN PETERSON, A.B., M.D. FREDERICK G. Now, M.D., Sc.D., LL.D. G. CARL HUBER, M.D. CHARLES W. EDMUNDS, A.B., M.D. WALTER R. PARKER, B.S., M.D. CARL D. CAMP, M.D. UDO J. WILE, A.B., M.D. DAVID M. COWIE, M.D. PRESTON M. HICKEY, A.B., M.D. HERBERT W. EMERSON, B.S., M.D. S. L. BIGELOW, B.S., A.B., PH.D., M.D. CARL C. WORDEN, M.D. ROBERT W. WILKINS, B.S., M.D. JAMES H. MAXWELL, M.D. ALBERT M. BARRETT, A.B., M.D. COLIN C. McRAE, M.D. EDGAR A. l n . M.D. PAUL S. BARKER, M.D. A. C. MCLEOD, A.B., M.D. JOSEPH W. SHAW, M.D. FRANK LINDEMULDER, M.D. FRATRES IN URBE C. D. LOREE, M.D. MARK MARSHALL, B.S., M.D. CYRENUS G. DARLING, M.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CECIL LEPARD, M.D. PITKIN HUSTED, A.B., M.D. E. G. UPJOHN, B.S., M.D. EDWARD RIGLEY, A.B., M.D. R. P. MONTGOMERY, A.B., M.S., M.D. D. W. FISHER, A.B. GEORGE C. HALL, A.B., M.D. FRANKLIN D. JOHNSTON, M.D. Seniors R. H. FREYBURG, A.B. W. K. LAMB, A.B. C. S. HIGLEY, A.B. KARL MALCOLM C. L. HUDSON, A.B. E. W. MASON, A.B. Juniors JOHN COLMAN F. J. HERI NGHAUS, A.B. T. H. DONAHOE, A.B. RUSSELL MALCOLM, A.B. HENRY S. FAUL, A.B. F. B. MOUNTAIN, A.B. Sophomores ARNOLD B. COMBS, A.B. GEORGE HAMMOND, A.B. JAMES F. GILLARD, B.S. HARLEY C. HAYNES, A.B HOWARD C. JAMES, A.B. Freshmen JOHN D. CAMERON, A.B. R. R. CHAPPLE, A.B. W. D. COVENTRY, A.B. S. L. DIACK, A.B., M.S. BURTON F. BARNEY, A.B. R. B. BIGELOW, A.B. CHARLES BRANCH, A.B. ROBERT COFFEY WILLIAM M. ALEXANDER GEORGE M. BAKER, B.S. LYMAN A. BREWER, III, A.B. LEONARD J. HAHNE LUTHER C. CARPENTER, JR., A.B. ROBERT L. BROWN, A.B. GORDON BUNNEY, A.B. CHARLES B. CUNNINGHAM ARCHIBALD W. DIACK, JR. WILLIAM L. HEIZER, A.B. GORDON K. LAMB. B.S. WILLIAM B. MARTIN J. O. BEAVIS, D.D.S., M.S., M.D. FREDERICK G. NOVY, JR., M.D. EDWARD H. FILES, B.S., M.D. THOMAS P. FINDLEY, A.B., M.D. JAMES M. WINFIELD, A.B., M.D. ABEL PECK, M.D. GEORGE A. MAY, M.D. JAMES F. BREAKEY, B.S., M.D. GEORGE F. PATTEE, A.B., M.D. GEO. A. PALMER, A.B., M.D. WALTER STUCK, M.D. JAMES ARNEILL, M.D. J. W. NEIGHBOR EDWIN P. VARY, A.B. CORNELIUS B. WOOD B. F. SOWERS, A.B. JAMES YANT, A.B. KYLE C. HARDESTY, A.B. CURTIS H. MCDONNELL EDWIN R. MURBACH, A.B. B. W. STOCKWELL E. A. HAND JOHN P. OTTAWAY, A.B. THOMAS THOMAS, A.B. THOMAS Y. WATSON, A.B. WATSON- THOMAS LAMB BUNNEY BROWN HEIZER A. DIACK CUNNINGHAM MARTIN MURBACH COMBS HAYNES CARPENTER GILLARD BRKWER STOCKWELL C DONNELL YANT BARNEY SOWERS PAUL COLMAN HAND HAMMOND ECHULS CHAPPLE VARY HARDESTY BRANCH HERINGHAUS NEIGHBOR MASON COVENTRY WOOD HIGLEY CAMERON JAMES BAKER OTTAWAY ALEXANDER HAHNE R. MALCOLM MOUNTAIN S. DIACK HUDSON W. LAMB PAGE 403 PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES Founded University of Michigan 1883 ALPHA CHAPTER Established 1883 MARCUS L. WARD, D.D.S. CHALMERS J. LYONS, D.D.S. RUSSEL W. BUNTING, D.D.S. FRANCIS B. VEDDER, D.D.S. URA GARFIELD RICKERT, B.S., A.M. D.D.S., F.A.C.D. ROBERT K. BROWN, D.D.S., M.S. J. W. TRAVIS, D.D.S. PAUL H. JESSERICH, D.D.S. JOSEPH R. AUBIN JAMES H. BELL ROBERT H. BIRD RAYMOND H. BORDEAU RUSSEL E. BUTLER KENNETH P. CLARKE JOHN C. COGGAN JOHN A. COSTELLO ARTHUR F. COXFORD WILLIAM K. BENDER JAMES W. CHAMBERLIN WESLEY DOUGLAS FRATRES IN FACULTATE HARRY W. SHIELDS, D.D.S. ROBERT HOWELL, D.D.S. ERVIN E. MERRIMAN, D.D.S., A.B. RALPH F. SOMMERS, D.D.S. Louis P. HALL, D.D.S. HARLOWE SHEEHAN, D.D.S. ELMER L. WHITMAN, D.D.S. FRATRES IN URBE LESTER E. BITTERSHOFER, D.D.S. WALTER F. WOOD, D.D.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Seniors J. MORTIMER FISHER WAYNE N. NEELEY EVELETH A. NORTH WAY JACK PEARSE EDGAR C. SCHICK JOEL VUGTEVEEN JUDSON B. HEESS NEIL I. McCLEER JOHN D. LECLAIR NORMAN N. MERTEN Juniors JAMES M. KEENAN ARTHUR J. LOGAN DEAN A. MORTON CHARLES PAYNE Freshmen ROBERT M. PETERS HOMER B. PORRIT, D.D.S. RICHARD H. KINGERY, D.D.S. KENNETH EASLICK, A.B., D.D.S. JAY M. OSBORNE, D.D.S., L.D.S. JOHN W. KEMPER, D.D.S., M.D. ROLAND O. NISSLE, D.D.S. VOLNEY L. DUNKLIN, D.D.S. HAROLD F. BURON, D.D.S. JAMES O. BEAVIS, D.D.S. JACK F. HOLLISTER CLIFFORD L. KIEHN HoRTON D. KlMBALL WILLIAM M. LOGAN CLARENCE R. SMITH HOWARD F. SPARKIE N. BRUCE TRUESDALE VICTOR A. TUTTLE GEORGE R. WORSFOLD VERNE C. PIAZZA A. VAUGHN SHILLING CECIL THOMPSON WAITE ROBERTS AMOS HICKS KOZELKO BAKER YOUNG ROBERTS HELLMAN SNYDER MERRITT SANBORN MANNING PERRY RUEGER BAILEY WINCHELL COLBY FRANKSFURTH COMAR BOWBEER WOLKOTTEN WOODS GRACE WRIGHT MALLON LEAVITT SWIFT THOMPSON PIAZZA SHILLING FISHER COXFORD HINKLEY SPARKIE TUTTLE LOGAN PAYNE CHAMBERLIN MORTON SCHINDLER LATHROP LECLAIR BIRD COGGAN BELL AUBIN KIEHN KlMBALL BUTLER VUGTEVEEN BORDEAU KEENAN NEELEY SCHICK DE CRANSEY MERTON WORSFOLD PEARSE HOLLISTER MC CLEER CLARK HEESS TRUESDALE NORTHWAY SMITH COSTELLO PAGE 404 PROFESSIONAL Founded Ann Arbor, Michigan 1883 25 Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER Established 1S83 WALTER L. BADGER, PH.D. FREDRICK F. BLICKE, PH.D. ROBERT J. CARNEY, PH.D. CHARLES W. EDMONDS, M.D. CLARENCE J. CERNY LAVERNE A. GUSHING PAGGHEOPHII, GUSHING EDWARD MOSIER CLAUD REYNOLDS ELMER ALTON KARL BEYER WILLIAM BLATCHLEY CARPENTER DEVEREAUX JOHN DICKEY MYLES DUELLMAN ALBERT ANSON JOHN F. COUGH LIN REX E. DIGBY FRATRES IN FACULTATE HERBERT W. EMMF.RSON, M.D. JUSTIN L. POWERS, Pn.C., M.S. CLIFFORD C. GLOVER, Pn.C., M.S. CHARLES H. STOCKING, Pn.C., M.S. ROY K. McALPiNE, PH.D. VICTOR C. VAUGHN, M.D. WARREN L. McCABE, M.S. HOBART H. WILLARD, Pn.D. WALTER J. NUNGESSEER, B.S., M.S. FRATRES IN URBE GEORGE F. GRATTON GRANT JONES C. W. MERKLE EARL MORTON WILLARD E. PARKER BYRON SWIFT HARVEY WHITNEY FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE PATRICK ULCH ROBERT HERBST CARLE J. KIRCHGESSNER WILLIAM KLECKNER Juniors CLARENCE HALM DON HUTCHINS LUKE KUNKLE Sophomores JOSEPH BEACH ALTON COWAN Freshmen HENRY J. MANWELL RAYMOND WARNER OLIVER J. WEINKAUFF PETER MARTELL HAROLD STERLING C. EARL LUTZ J. CONRATH McEl.I.IGOTT WILBUR MOVER F. R. WOTRINC GEORGE GAW ERNEST NEUMANN ARTHUR PIEPKORN HERBST MC KLUGOTT BLATCHLEY ki Ski I HA1 M DICKEY STERLING ANSON DEVEREAUX MOVER ALTON BEYBR WOTRING MORTON DUELLMAN KIRCHGESSNER COUGHLIN GAW BEACH MANWELL NEUMANN PIEPKORN DIGBY LUTZ PAGE 405 PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES Founded Medical College of Virginia 1879 60 Active Chapters MU SIGMA ALPHA CHAPTER Established HUGH M. ELISHA S HAROLD H. GAY, A.B. ELLERTON G. ALDRICH JAMES H. ALLEN ARTHUR F. BALDWIN THEODORE G. BERNTHAL THOMAS H. BLAIR JAMES B. BLASHILL LAWRENCE E. BACH BERT R. BOONE FREDERICK J. BRADY CHARLES M. BURGESS EDWARD J. CLARK ALEXANDER H. CONRAD Louis G. FERRAND PAUL R. HOY ROBERT C. BROWN DUWARD L. FINCH EDWARD HALL FORDUS V. HAND FRATRES IN FACULTATE BEEBE, M.D. HARLEY A. HAYNES, M.D. GURDJIAN, M.S., PH.D., M.D. NORMAN C. REGLIEN, M.D. FRATRES IN URBE DEAN W. MYERS, M.D., F.A.C.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE PAUL O. GREELEY, A.B., M.S. Seniors EDWIN H. BOERTH ROY E. BUTLER WALTER D. BUZZARD HUBERT E. DOUDNA DON M. LsDuc VAUGHN H. MORRISSEY Juniors JOSEPH P. GILDING WALTER W. HAMMOND BRADLEY M. HARRIS L. HERLING JONES Sophomores RUDOLPH W. LIGNELL HERBERT P. MAC NEAL GEORGE N. MANSION Freshmen EDWARD KUEHN THEODORE A. KRUTKY FREDERICK MALLETTE ROBERT BRUCE MEYER ARTHUR L. MORLEY CHARLES E. GREELEY, A.B., M.S. JOHN J. MRAZ CARLISLE F. SCHROEDER MAYNARD N. SOUTHWORTH CHARLES TEN HOUTEN WALDEMAR J. A. WICKMAN JOHN L. WILSON GEORGE M. MCLAUGHLIN CHARLES H. Ross THOMAS SCHRIER FREDERICK B. WATTS PHILIP E. RICE MERLE D. SHILLING ALBERT M. SHRADER KARL W. WEBER HOWARD C. RUFUS CHARLES A. SMITH STEWART J. SMITH PERRY T. WALTERS MEYER HAND FINCH BROWN MORLEY MALLETTE KRUTKY S. SMITH C. SMITH CONRAD MAC NEAL FERRAND WEBER ERXLEBEN HOY LIGNELL WALTERS RICE SHILLING JONES SCHRIER BRADY GILDING BACH WATTS SHRADER MC LAUGHLIN BURGESS HARRIS ALLEN BUTLER DOUDNA TEN HOUTEN WILSON BOONE HAMMOND BUZZARD MRAZ BALDWIN WICKMAN BEHNTHAL SCHROEDER SOUTHWORTH MORRISSEY BOERTH m eg Bmntmmsam tHmHmamm PAGE 406 HI PROFESSIONAL 1 ' lt.tTKHMTIES Founded University of Michigan 1889 Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER Established 1SS9 GEORGE K. ANDERSON, D.D.S. RALPH DIMMICK, D.D.S. L. P. FISHER, D.D.S. EDWARD F. MARTINEK. PAUL C. BONNETTE KENNETH M. CAMERON C. WILBERT CARTER HARRY I. COON ALBERT J. ECKEL JAMES J. FAIRCHILD EDWARD V. FINLAY WALTON J. GOODING . RALPH A. GOPPELT H. MABLEY ALLSHOUSE CHARLES M. BRADSTROM F. ARTHUR BRAKE LYNN M. CONVERSE DENZIL C. GRAY ROBERT C. BROWN EDWARD C. DADARET DORWIN H. COLVJN IVAN W. DOWNING 11 FRATRES IN FACULTATE D. C. MILLER, D.D.S. GEORGE R. MOORE, D.D.S. FRATRES IN URBE WALTER H. JACKSON, D.D.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE D.D.S. ' PAUL V. REED, Seniors DONALD F. GRANT KEITH E. JOHNSTON JOHN W. KEANE ER.VEST D. KELLERMAN RUSSELL J. KLENOW FRED A. KOSKI DAVID E. LAW WILLIAM A. LAWLER CLARENCE L. LEVIS HENRY J. MASSELINK Juniors WAYNE G. GRAYBURN DOUGLAS J. JAMIESON J. ROBERT JONES WILLIAM F. KAHL LELAND M. KILE Freshmen HOWARD L. FABER EVERETT N. HILL MICHAEL J. MAXIAN HAROLD G. WINKLER, D.D.S. WALTER S. MOORE, D.D.S. ARTHUR W. SCHURZ, D.D.S. D.D.S. CHARLES M. McHucH ANTHONY J. MICKIEWICZ CARL M. NINKE KENNETH K. SHOOK JOHN H. TATOR CHARLES M. WALDO JOHN W. WOODS RALPH M. ZELLMAN R. FRANK ZIMMERMAN WILLIAM P. KINDER JEROME A. MICHAELS R. VERNE Mi ISM JAMES G. McLEESE CARL G. NELSON KENNETH J. RYAN HENRY Z. SEMPOWSKI GEORGE H. SIERSMA STANLEY J. YATES BROWN BRUCE YATES COLV1N DOWNING MAXIAN WENDT SIERSMA BRAKE MEISEL KAMI. 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RICHTER ARTHUR L. RICHARDSON GEORGE W. SLAGLE JACK F. TOLAN SHERWOOD B. WINSLOW WINSLOW KING RISK TOLAN BROWN RANDOLPH SLAGLE POWELL DUNSTON RICHTER FRANTZ PIKE WINDER KEYES DAVIES RICHARDSON GILLIS MARSHALL PUCKETT HULSE STOCKING SANDERSON BROMME WILCOX DICKEY WALLACE KIMBALL LAYMON LOWE JOHNSON LOOP GALLOWAY NACK CURRY PAGE 408 PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES hi f Beta.9i Founded University of Pittsburgh 1891 39 Active Chapters BETA CHAPTER Established 189S JOHN SUNDWALL, PH.D., M.D. GEORGE SLOCUM, M.D. ALBERT C. FURSTENBERG, B.S. CARL E. BADGLEY, B.S., M.D. JAMES M. PIERCE, A.B., M.D. GEORGE MUEHLIG, M.D. THEOPHILE KLINGMAN, M.D. ROBERT W. BARTLETT FLOYD L. BURRIS MAX L. DURFEE WILLIAM E. JEWETT ROBERT W. KING R. CHADWICK CONYBEARE SPENCER C. FLO ROY R. GETTEL MARK W. DICK STEPHEN J. DONOVAN WILLIAM H. EVERTS MORTON S. HAVEMANN RAY A. CORBETT HENRY O. COUCKE VERNON S. DICK M.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE CHARLES L. BROWN, B.S., M.D. ERWIN E. NELSON, A.B., A.M., PH.D., M.D. ROSCOE P. 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KING DONOVAN HAVEMANN NOLTING EVERTS OWENS WOUGHTER KEITZER HOFFMAN NELSON KNOEPP SPENCER GETTEL VAN AUKEN KLOCK FLO LAMB STEFFENSON CONYBEARE PINE WOODBURNE BURRIS DURFEE LYNCH WHITLEY SHANTZ BARTLETT SCHOENFELD WELLMAN MILLER JEWETT STAUB MEFFLEY MCHEFFEY R. KING PAGE 409 Founded Kent College of Law 1897 51 Active Chapters CAMPBELL CHAPTER Established 1905 PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES TV, AlpK FRATRES IN FACULTATE GROVER C. GRISMORE, A.B., S.J.D JOHN R. BRADHELD JOSEPH C. HOOPER JOHN P. LAGOMARCINO WILLIAM C. BAIRD, A.B. ROBERT D. BARKER, B.S. THEO J. BECK, A.B. CLARENCE L. BECKER, A.B. ROBERT H. BROWN, A.B. LESLIE B. BUTLER, A.B. CASSIUS CAHILL, A.B. LEO J. CONWAY, A.B. ALBERT W. DIMMERS, A.B. ROBERT E. FINCH, A.B. FRATRES IN URBE SAMUEL H. RIGGS FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE FRANKLIN D. GILMOUR, A.B. HARVEY J. GUNDERSON, A.B. ROBERT C. HEANEY, A.B. WILLIAM D. KIMBLE, A.B. WILLIAM F. KENNEY, A.B. FRANK S. KIPP MlLO D. McCLINTOCK, A.B. JAMES F. MILLER, JR., A.B. GEORGE W. Orr, A.B. RICHARD H. PAULSON, A.B. JOSEPH C. PETERS, A.B. FREDRICK J. STEVENS ARCHIBALD W. STORMS THOMAS C. WINTER EDWARD J. RYAN RUSSELL D. SAUER, A.B. CHARLES F. SCANLON, A.B. WALTER K. SCHMIDT, A.B. PETER M. SCOTT, A.B. GEORGE R. SNIDER, A.B. KENNETH F. STONE, A.B. HOWARD M. TEETER, A.B. KNOX W. WICKES, A.B. CARMI J. YOAKAM, B.S. BECK KIPP RYAN WICKES KENNEY BECKKR BAIRD DIMMERS PAULSON KIMBLE SCOTT SCHMIDT FINCH BROWN SNIDER GILMOUR PETERS MC CLINTOCK SCANLON HEANEY GUNDERSON BARKER MILLER BUTLER YOAKUM SAUER OTT 410 PROFESSIONAL t ' KATKHXITIES Founded I ' niversity of Vermont 1889 ' () Active Chapters PS I CHAPTER Established 1905 AUGUST F. BLIESMER, M.D. WILLIAM L. BONHAM, B.S., M.D. ARTHUR M. CULLER, A.B., M.D. HENRY A. DUNLAP, M.D. WARREN E. FORSYTHE, M.D., PH.D. FRANCIS B. FRAHLICH, M.D. VERNON L. HART, M.D. HOWARD H. GUMMING, M.D. FRATRKS IN FACULTATE BURTON E.L. HYDE, M.D. ALBERT C. KERLIKOWSKE, M.D. PAUL B. KREITZ, B.S., M.D. WILLIAM L. LACEY, M.D. WALTER G. MADDOCK, A.B., M.D. ROI.LO E. MCCOTTER, M.D. FRATRES IN URBE CONRAD GEORGE, M.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE REID M. NESBIT, A.B., M.D. HERMAN H. REICKER, A.B., M.D. EMORY W. SINK, M.S., M.D. CYRUS C. STURGIS, A.B., M.D. WELLS THOMS, M.D. RAYMOND C. WARNER, B.S., M.D. HALFORD E. WHITACRE, B.S., M.D. SIDNEY L. LAFEVRE, M.D. JOHN H. ALBERG, A.B. GARNET W. AULT LOWELL E. BLANCHARD HENRY A. BRUNSTING ROBERT J. ARMSTRONG, A.B CHARLES M. BELL, A.B. ALVIN H. BENZ HAROLD C. DEVRIES, A.B. FRED J. BLACK, B.S. EDMOND L. COOPER RUSSELL N. DEJONG, A.B. WILLIAM F. BADGER KNEALE M. BROWNSON DONALD A. COWAN CLAIR E. FOLSOME, A.B. Seniors CHARLES J. CLARK, JR., A.B. LEO A. KNOLL, A.B. LIONEL L. DAVIS EDWARD W. LAKNER, B.S. EDWARD L. GAUL, A.B. ROLLO J. MASSELINK, NORVIN C. KlEFER D.D.S. Juniors LEONARD L. HIMLER, A.B. EMIL M. ROTH JAMES W. HUBLY, A.B. MAURICE E. SCHNITKER, PHILIP R. JOHNSON, A.B. B.S. MAX T. SCHNITKER, B.S. Sophomores LAWRENCE H.GOOCMAN, A.B. MAURICE B. LANDERS DAVID P. GAGE JOHN A. MACLEAN, JR. HAROLD C. HILL DANIEL W. MYERS, A. B. Freshmen GEO. S. FRAUENBERGER,B.S. KENNETH A. LAUGHLIN ROGER E. HEERINC DONALD B. McGEE, A.B. JOHN F. JOHNSON EDWARD C. MOSIER, B.S. JOHN KALB, JR. FRANK H. MAXWELL WILLIAM H. STEWART, A.B. MARTIN B. TALIAK, A.B. JOHN M. TOWNSEND, B.S. MILLARD W. SHELLMAN A. KENNETH STOLPMAN CLIFFORD B. TAYLOR, A.B. W. SIDNEY PERHAM. A.B. KEVIN C. RUPP, B.S. BFRNARD C. SNEDEKER JOHN H. WELCH WILLIAM W. WENZELL, JR. ROBERT K. HITELY, A.B. GEORGE B. WITH ROW MOSIER BROWNSON HEERING J. JOHSSOX MCGEE FRAUENBERGER FOLSOME WHITELY WELCH KAI.B HILL GOODMAN (ivi.K MYERS SNEDEKER BLACK MACLEAN RUPP PERHAM TAYLOR HIMLER ARMSTRONG SHELLMAN SCHNITKER MAX SCHNITKER BENZ P. JOHNSON DEVRIES AULT GAUL MASSELINK ALBERG DAVIS BRUNSTING ANDERSON CLARK STEWART TOWNSEND TALIAK MAXWELL BLANCHARD LAKNER STOLPMAN COOPER KNOLL HUBLY PAGE 411 iffim PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES Founded Baltimore College 1892 37 Active Chapters GAMMA KAPPA CHAPTER Established 1905 A. J. GALSTERER, D.D.S. W. S. JAMES, D.D.S. FRANK J. BRUNNER WILSON J. BRAAMSE GORDON G. BRAENDLE CLARENCE G. BRYANT WILLIAM W. BURD HARRY L. CARR CARL R. ANDERSON EVERETT J. BAIRD FREDRICK E. BRISSON LEWIS M. DICKENS REED O. DINGMAN MERRILL H. DRAPER HAROLD F. GLOCHESKI WILLIAM J. ANDERSON RALPH C. ATHERTON GEORGE DANHOF CLIFFORD H. DEMPSTER ANTHONY J. HOCEVAR FRATRES IN FACULTATE B. C. LUCK, D.D.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERS1TATE Seniors LESLIE L. DULUDE BRUCE D. FORSYTHE WARD C. FREELAND VICTOR F. FROMHART HARRY J. GLENN Juniors IVAR C. JOHNSON CLATON H. KASER CLIFTON L. LAN.E JOSEPH S. MARKEY GERALD R. MCCLOSKEY RALPH S. MOYER Sophomorfs MARTIN L. ISELDYK RAYMOND KREMPEL RAYMOND MCCARTHY OLEN H. MCCONNELL WILLIAM MOSSNER MELBOURNE MURPHY M. D. MACKOY, D.D.S. C. A. WRIGHT, D.D.S. SCOTT T. HOLMES JAMES M. NORLOCK MARVIN H. ROSIE MAYNARD B. STOVER HENRY C. SULLIVAN HOWARD C. THOMPSON DOUGLAS H. OATLEY LESTER E. OLMSTEAD PAUL W. PATE GERALD J. PELKEY LEIGH H. SIMPSON ROBERT STOFFER SAMUEL F. TAYLOR HARRY M. NORTON THOMAS F. ROBINSON ORRIN SOPER GLEN W. WAKEFIELD CLARE E. WIEDLEA f f % $ f 1 1 f MURPHY TAYLOR NORTON MOSSNER SOPER LANE GLOCHESKI HOCEVAR DANHOF ISELDYK MC CARTHY ATHERTON MARKEY BAIRD C. ANDERSON MC CLOSKEY DINGMAN DRAPER STOFFER JOHNSON SIMPSON OLMSTEAD MOYER OATLEY BRISSON DICKENS KASER PATE HOLMES THOMPSON BRUNNER BRYANT WARD BROOMES H. SULLIVAN BRAENDLE W. BURD ROSIE NORLOCK STOVER CARR DR. GALSTERER FORSYTHE DULUDE G. WRIGHT FREELAND FROMHART PAGE 412 BHBBHBH PROFESSIONAL rn. i ' : . M ' MHMHHi Founded Dartmouth 1888 52 Active Chapters AI.I ' IIA IOTA CHAPTER Established 1906 MAX M. PEET, A.B., M.A., M.D. Louis NEWBURGH, A.B., M.D. HENRY FIELDS, A.B., M.D. GEORGE BELOTE, M.S., M.D. HUGH G. REAVES, M.D. BENJAMIN HORNING, M.D. TITUS BOXWELL SPENCER BRADEN PARK BRADSHAW, A.B. RUDOLPH I . CLARY ROBERT P. DALBY JOHN M. GALBRAITH BERNARD GRAHAM, A.B. J. JULIAN HARRISON, A.B. JOSEPH P. BELSLEY, A.B. HIRA BRANCH, A.B. WAGGONNER T. BYWATERS, A.B. 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ELLESIN GEORGE MAYER DOUGLAS H. MCDONALD HARRY E. MEYER LAYLIN K. JAMES, A.B., J.D. JAY PAYNE, A.B., LL.B. ROBHRT WUERFEL CEDRIC I ' . TRAEGER J. KEARNEY TRAVIS WILLIAM J. WEINMAN HARRY A. WOOD MARK B. PUTNEY JAMES M. ROOD JOHN S. TENANT DONALD R. WILLIAMS Louis L. VANDYKE LF.ROY A. MOTE HENRY W. TOTZKE FREDERICK WOLF MAYER MC DONALD DAUME ELLESIN MEYER MOTE WOLF SIMON BACHNOWSKI TOTZKE MC CAULEY HUNT BURNS NORVILI.E LLOYD ROHBACH BUTZBACH COLE ESTES WOOD GROSS CHARTER GARLAND KKI.I-Y TRAEGER BRODKR1CK EWING BURGER SULLIVAN SMITH DUNLAP WEINMAN TRAVIS PROFESSIONAL rii.lTKKMTIKS mmm Founded Universities of Michigan and Illinois 1914 10 Active Chapters IKTINOS CHAPTER Established 1914 CHARLES R. BARNUM, B.S. WELLS I. BENNETT, M.S. EMIL LORCH, A.M. WARD A. DAVENPORT BANQUIER M. AUBREY JOHN C. CRISSEY SHELDON A. ELY EDWARD I. HULL WEYMOUTH W. KIRBY BRUCE R. KNOWLES J. SANGER BROWN ROBERT S. CHAMBERLIN JOHN R. GRAY J. MCDONALD JACOB EDWARD M. JEWELL ROBERT L. BENSINGER A. 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WILSON KUHN KRISSELL BROWN STEINBAUGH ROUSE TUTTLK OUTCALT ELY WILLIAMS AUBREY RICHAkl)V N PAGE 415 PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES Founded University of Michigan 1914 27 Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTERS Established 1914 FRATRES IN FACULTATE WILLIAM W. BLUME, A.B., LL.B., S.J.D. HAROLD M. DORR, M.A. FRATRES IN URBE ALBERT E. BLASHFIELD, LL.B. JOHN P. BOYCE, A.B. JOSEPH H. HOWELL, L A.B. HOMER L. BAUER, A.B. HENRY J. BLACKELY, A.B. JOHN K. COLWELL JOHN W. BANNASCH, A.B. A. EDWARD BROWN, A.B. EARL T. GLOCHESKI, A.B. EARL N. GOODYEAR, A.B. JOHN E. BARTLEY, A.B. HUGH E. BROWNFIELD, A.B. JAMES E. FLEMING, A.B. WENDELL J. LACOE, A.B. WILLIAM M. LAIRD, LL.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE RUSSELL C. TERRY, LL.B. Seniors HAROLD G. GROEHN, A.B. LOWELL S. LOVE, A.B. NORTON P. RIDER, A.B. Juniors WILFORD H. KETZ, A.B. JOHN D. MCKENZIE, A.B. J. THOMAS MAHAN, A.B. JOHN J. NELLIS, A.B. Freshmen HUGH A. FULTON, A.B. CARL L. HELLER, A.B. ALEXANDER J. JARDINE JAM ES O. KELLEY JAMES K. POLLOCK, JR., PH.D. LAUEREL LUNDQUIST, LL.B. JUDGE GEORGE W. SAMPLE, LL.B. MARSHALL D. SPENCER, A.B. JOHN M. SCHRADE, A.B. WILLIAM G. THORNBOROUGH, JR., A.B. DELBERT H. STOLTENBERG, B.S. JAMES H. SPENCER, A.B. CORNELIUS WIARDA, A.B. LEWIS D. WILSON, A.B. ARNOLD R. McCuNTOCK, A.B. WILSON F. MILLER, A.B. MAX L. VEECH I HELLER GLOCHESKI KING FULTON BROWN SPENCER STOLTEN BERG WIARDA TERRY WILSON MC KENZIE BANNASCH NELLIS COLWELL RIDER THORNBOROUGH SCHRADE BAUER GROEHN GOODYEAR JARDINE MILLER MC CLINTOCK FLEMING VEECH BARTLEY BROWNFIELD MAHAN PAGE 416 Founded University of Wisconsin 1902 40 Active Chapters ALPHA BETA CHAPTER Established 1916 W. L. BADGER, M.S. E. M. BAKER, B.S. F. E. BARTELL, PH.D. J. C. BRIER, M.S. G. G. BROWN, PH.D. R. J. CARNEY, Pn.D. L. O. CASE, Pn.D. A. A. CHRISTMAN, PH.D. E. G. ALMY, M.S. E. B. BAKER, M.S. F. J. DEWITT, JR., B.S.E. D. I. FINCH, B.S.E. R. D. FOWLER, M.S. D. A. Fox, M.S.E. S. L. GERHARD, M.S. R. C. GIBSON, M.S. W. G. FREDRICK H. F. HELLER L. M. BEACH H. F. BJORK v I FRATRES IN FACULTATE H. C. ECKSTEIN, PH.D. A. L. FERGUSON, Pn.D. O. HALFORD, PH.D. H. HODGES, PH.D. B. LEWIS, PH.D. R. K. MCALPINE, PH.D. C. C. MELOCHE, PH.D. C. S. SCHOEPFLE, PH.D. E. O. SCOTT, M.S. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE C. S. HART, M.S. C. G. K.IRKBRIDE, B.S. S. L. McLAiN, B.S.E. C. C. MONRAD, M.S.E. C. F. MOORE, B.S.E. F. MOSER, M.S. E. P. PARTRIDGE, PH.D. R. R. RALSTON, M.S. M. C. ROGERS, PH.D. Seniors W. C. MATHEWS Juniors D. H. DRUMMOND M. G. FONTANA H. R. GAMRATH W. G. SMEATON, B.S. M. H. SOULE, Sc.D., LL.D. B. A. SOULE, Sc.D. J. D. STRONG, M.S. C. UPTHEGROVE, B.S. P. F. WEATHERILL, PH. D. A. H. WHITE, B.S. H. H. WILLIARD, PH.D. J. D. RYAN, M.S. G. H. SCHEFFLER, M.S. R. V. SHANKLAND, M.S. E. K. SIGNAIGO, B.S. M. SOUDERS, M.S. C. B. STAPLETON, B.S. S. F. URBAN, B.S.E. K. A. VANLENTE, M.S. F. ROWE R. D. SWISHER A. L. GLASEBROOK W. F. KALLOCK FREDRICK MARANDE SOHN CULBERT DIEHL ROLLINSON FONTANA SWISHER BJORK DRUMMOND KALLOCK GLASEBROOK GAMRATII BEACH MATHEWS HELLER GORDON GERHARD SHANKLAND ROWE FREDERICK K1RKBRIDE SIGNAIGO MC LAIN BAKER DE WITT FINCH STAPLETON SCHEFFLER HART MOSER 417 PROFESSIOXAL FRATERMTIES Founded New York University 1904 49 Active Chapters PHI CHAPTER Established 1920 I appa rsi ROBERT W. BRADBURY, A.M. ROBERT P. BRIGCS, M.B.A. ERNEST M. FISHER, A.M. MAYNARD E. BEUKEMA, A.B. P. EDWARD BOSTICK, A.B. FRATRES IN FACULTATE CLARE E. GRIFFIN, Pn.D. SAMUEL J. LUKENS, M.B.A. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Senior Business Administration FRANK L. CHANDLER, A.B. J. MARK FELTON HARVEY M. GOVE, A.B. WILLIAM A. PATON, PH.D. HERBERT F. TAGGERT, A.M. FRED M. TAYLOR, PH.D., LL.D. GEORGE E. PHILLIPS, A.B. KENNETH G. STUART, A.B. THOMAS B. ALDRICH GEORGE S. FEHLMAN EDWARD H. GOODMAN, A.B. RALPH C. CUTHBERTSON AUSTIN A. O ' BRIEN RICHARD BENNETT Junior Business Administration J. KIRTLAND HARSCH MARCUS F. IRWIN R. DORT PETTIS Senior Literary FREDERIC H. LUTHER Junior Literary RICHARD C. GERSTENBERG DWIGHT W. PRESSER LAWRENCE F. REED S. PAUL WIERS, B.S. RICHARD D. STECHER KM 1 1. F. WERLY ROBERT A. MURPHY Sophomore Literary HERBERT B. JOHNSON Freshmen Literary HAROLD D. CRIM BENNETT STECHER REED GOODMAN 1 ' KHLMAN CRIM WERLY WIERS MURPHY IRVVTN ALDRICH PETTIS O ' BRIEN I ' KIiSSKK LUTHER STUART GOVE BEUKEMA CHANDLER BOSTICK GERSTENBERG CUTHBERTSON FELTON vm PAGE 418 Founded New Y irk I ' niversity 1907 4 Active Chapters XI CHAPTER Established 1921 Ul. LLD. JAMES H. McBuRNEY, A.M. JOHN P. MITCHELL, JR., A.M. DUDLEY M. PHELPS, M.B.A. FRATRES IN FACULTATE EDWARD C. PROPHET, A.M. ROBERT G. RODKEY, A.M. FRATRES IN UNIVERS1TATE Special W. HARRY LONG MERWIN H. WATERMAN, M.B.A. CLAUDE J. WHITLOW, A.M. GEORGE W. WOODWORTH, A.M. D. STUART ANDREWS PAUL A. BROSS WALTER O. HARRIS VIRGIL C. HEIM CLARENCE R. HILL D. GLENN CHRISTIAN- LINCOLN C. COCHEU WHITNEY H. DIXON KENNETH C. GODSHALK Seniors KARSTENS KENNEDY WILLIAM C. McCoRD FREDERICK M. MITCHELL RrssELL A. PRATT Juniors I. WILLIAM HAGLAND GORDON T. HEIM MAX C. HENDERSON HENRY S. HOWARD HENRY F. RIES VICTOR P. SCHUMACHER EVERETT S. TEWKSBURY GEORGE TIDSWELL WILSON H. WHITE LEWIS E. McGRATH RONALD W. TODCHAM R. ANDREW VANARMAN WILLARD ZENTGREBE FRANK H. BAKER MARVIN F. DRUCKENBROD Sophomores EDWARD D. MUIR LLOYD C. RAYMOND WAYNE C. TOLAND CHARLES A. WILLIAMS MAURICE M. HENDERSON Freshmen I. ELAND N. HILL DAVID J. LANDSBOROUGH EMIL H. STEVA MAX HENDERSON HAGLAND DIXON V. HEIM SCHUMACHER TIDSWELL VANARMAN l.ANDSBOROUGH M. HKNHKKSON TENHOOR WILLIAMS DRUCKENBROD BAKER MUIR G. HEIM HOWARD TODCHAM WHITE PRATT ZENTGREBE C. HILL MC GRATH L. HILL RAYMOND TOLAND STEVA COCHEU CHRISTIAN GODSHALK LONG KENNEDY RIES MITCHELL WOODWORTH PHELPS ANDREWS WATERMAN PROPHET HARKIS TEWKSBURY WJKWM mmm mm mm Founded Cornell University 1904 42 Active Chapters OMEGA CHAPTER Established 1921 PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES SAMUEL S. ALTSHULER, A.B., M.D. MAURICE COOPERSTOCK, A.B., M.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE JACK FEIGENBAUM, A.B., M.D. REUBEN KAHN, M.D. BENARD MANAGE, A.B., M.D. GORDON MANAGE, A.B., M.D. IRVING COHEN FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE NATHANIEL SAFRAN OSCAR D. SCHWARTZ NORMAN A. FLEISHMAN LAWRENCE G. BATEMAN, B.S. LAWRENCE C. GOLDBERG, A.B. ISIDORE J. HAUSER, A.B. SIDNEY BERKOWITZ, A.B. MORRIS ESMAN, A.B. ELMER GROSS, A.B. EDWARD HIPSH, A.B. Seniors NATHAN SCHAFFER, A.B. Juniors DAVID H. LEVINE, A.B. SAMUEL LEVINE, A.B. ELLIOT ROUFF, A.B. ALBERT R. Zoss, B.S. Sophomores JEROME H. COHEN, A.B. Freshmen HERBERT S. SCHWARTZ, A.B. CLARENCE SHAW KENNETH SIMONS, A.B. SAMUEL R. Zoss, A.B. SHAW STEIN GRUNT SIMONS GROSS I. COHEN SAFRAN S. ZOSS HIPSH SCHWARTZ J. COHEN DR. B. MANAGE DR. ALTSHULER SCHAFFER FLEISHMAN DR. G. MANACE DR. COOPERSTOCK BERKOWITZ ESMAN BATEMAN ROUFF GOLDBERG D. LEVINE HAUSER A. ZOSS S. LEVINE PAGE 420 mmm PROFESSIONAL FHATERMTIES v - Founded University of Pennsylvania 1907 33 Active Chapters PI CHAPTER Established 1923 appa. FRATRES IN FACULTATE SAMUEL S. RIVEN, M.D., C.M. DANIEL HUDSON, A.B., M.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE RAPHAEL ALTMAN, A.B. ABE LICHTBLAU, A.B. Louis BRAITMAN, A.B. MAXWELL EHRLICH, A.B. Louis GOLDSTEIN, B.S. ALBERT BLOOM, B.S. IN ENG. MORRIS MELNIK, A.B. HAROLD BURKONS WILLIAM CHAIKIN BERNARD DICKSTEIN MAX NEWMAN, Senior Seniors BEN C. Ross, A.B. Juniors MAURICE D. GOLLMAN, B.S. BENJAMIN B. GREENBERG, A.B. Sophomores MILTON MICHAELS, A.B. MEYER NOTKIN, A.B. HYMEN OREN Freshmen Louis HERMAN, A.B., M.A. HYMEN GOLDEN, A.B. SAMUEL S. SORKIN, A.B. HARRY L. TAPPERMAN, A.B. Louis HARLEY, B.S. ABRAHAM D. LITSKY, A.B. SAMUEL J. SILVERSTEIN, A.B. MAX SKOLNICK, A.B. ARTHUR SOLOMON, A.B. HAROLD PLISKOW HARRY SWARTZ PAULZ. WERMER, PH.G., F.O.B. I.iterarv Students NORMAN N. STEINBERG, Junior CHAIKIN STEINBERG GOLDEN BURKONS NEWMAN SWARTZ DICKSTEIN PLISKOW LITSKY DR. RIVEN TAPPERMAN ROSS ALTMAN LICHTBLAU SORKIN GREENBERG SILVERSTEIN NOTKIN BLOOM BRAITMAN GOLLMAN EHRLICK HARLEY MICHAELS SKOLNICK PAGE 421 PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES Founded University of Maryland 1906 22 Active Chapters CHI CHAPTER Established 1929 WILLIAM J. HUBERT LEON A. KATZIN EMANUEL M. MACKLIN NORVELL N. ATLIVAICH ABRAHAM L. COHEN Seniors ERVIN C. Moss IRVING C. RIFKIN Juniors ABRAHAM A. COLLINS IRVING J. HERSHON THOMAS L. SHULMAN NATHAN N. SPECTOR IRVIN H. STEINBERG SAM J. LEVINE MAX POTASH NIK JACK J. GOODE DAVID FELDMAN Louis I. GALINSKY Sophomores ALTON E. GROSS JOSEPH A. KAHN Freshmen AARON H. KATZMAN Louis H. MEYERS MARVIN A. LAST SIDNEY O. 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CLENDENIN JUNIOR GROUP SMITH MC r.l ' RREN SARGENT KLIVANS SEMPI.INKK BRACKEN BOWERS LOMONT QUINN BAER CONWAY MENDENIIAI.L VANDERV X)RT GAWNE PFLEUGER BROWNKI.I. BENSON lil-.i kl M COULTRAP SHANNON KENDALL CARLSON MARSHALL LAWYERS ' CLUB FRESHMAN GROUP BISHOP STACY VAN BLARGEN GRAHAM WITHAM MC CREERY JONES CARTER MC ARTHUR BROWN K1TTSLEY DONECKER ALTHANS LEONARD PHELPS FIRESTONE CURTIS MOTE CHITTENDEN BUTLER MILLER CAPRON DIETHELM COUNCIL MANLY K. HUNT .... FRED R. WICKHAM HAROLD E. HUNT .... JAMES L. DOLMAN THEODORE C. BAER CARL O. CARLSON GEORGE S. DICKSON JAMES L. DOLMAN HAROLD E. HUNT . . President ice-President Secretary Treasurer JOHN R. MURPHY DAVID F. RAWSON NORMAN TIETJENS CLIFFORD VANBLARCOM JOHN H. VANDER VAL FRED R. WICKHAM FRESHMAN GROUP MC LAUGHLIN CORRELL RENNER MAC KENZIE MOFFAT SCHMIDT STERLING R. MARTIN V. 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WAGNER ELIZABETH WHEELER WELTE ROBSON HOGAN EVMON JOSLYN GRAY WAY O ' HARA SEYBOLD E. WHEELER SYMONS C. WHEELER LOOMIS SEITZ JOHNSTON BURDETT R. KUMEROW SCOTT CHASE H. KUMEROW BUSH E. DH JOURNO VANDENBERG TBRRY R.WAGNER KORTENHAFF J. DE JOURNO SAVERY ARMSTRONG NECHODOMA JOHN FINLEY HEUKE DIEHL M WAGNER SMITH SCHMIDT PAGE 429 5 B SORORITIES Founded Oxford Institute 1874 XI CHAPTER Established 18S5 MRS. MORTIMER COOLEY MRS. Miss MRS. Miss MRS. MRS. Miss Miss MRS. RALPH AIGLER BARNARD MORTIMER BISHOP MARIAN BRADLEY W. E. BROWN, JR. ). C. BuGHER ELIZABETH BURGESS MARGARET CALVERT ALFRED CONNABLE PATRONESSES MRS. BELLE GUTHE MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. E. D. CURTIS MRS. J. R. EFFINGER Miss OLIVE KNOWLSON MRS. HOWARD LEWIS Miss MARJORIE LEWIS MRS. A. MOEHLMAN Miss ELIZABETH NUTT MRS. JAMES NYSWANDER MRS. WILLIS PECK MRS. HUGO THIE.ME MRS. G. S. PETERSON Miss HELEN PLATT MRS. H. RASCHBACKE MRS. C. J. RASH MRS. 1. D. SCOTT MRS. SHIRLEY SMITH MRS. WILLIAM STELLWAGON MRS. H. S. TAGGART MRS. M. H. WATERMAN MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss MARGARET EFFINGER Miss ELIZABETH WELLMAN KATHERINE S. ARNOLD MARGARET S. BUSH HELEN S. DANCER JUDITH A. BABCOCK JANE BROOKS Lois CALLAHAN HARRIET D. ADAMS GERTRUDE GUENTHER DONNA K. JONES KATHERINE BARNARD VIRGINIA H. BURCHFIELD DIANA J. Cox JEAN J. DUFFIELD : E. HICKEY Seniors VIRGINIA T. JIROCH JANE E. HICKEY ELIZABETH W. MEED VIRGINIA L. HOUCHTON DOROTHY H. MILLER Juniors SARAH FRANCES ORR LINDA SCHREIBER RUTH M. CORBET MARJORIE McCLUNG DOROTHY McGuFFiE Sophomores MARIAN L. NAYLOR VIRGINIA H. OLDS PAULINE I. NOTNAGEL ELIZABETH REINHART Freshmen BETSY ANN DAWSON VIRGINIA M. HUTZEL ELIZABETH EAGLESFIELD JANE D. MITCHELL MARY Lou HANEL HELEN D. MORRIS GERTRUDE A. SMITH FLORENCE B. TENNANT MARGARET SEELEY LYDIA G. SHAW FLORENCE WILSON JEANNIE M. ROBERTS JOSEPHINE TIMBERLAKE JANE WALLACE MARY E. RICH BARBARA G. SCOTT JANE WOODARD GUENTHER EAGLESFIELD HUTZEL HANEL SCOTT WOODARD SHAW MITCHELL DAWSON BARNARD MC CLUNG JONES WALLACE RICH TIMBERLAKE REINHART OLDS ADAMS NOTNAGEL ROBERTS BABCOCK CALLAHAN NAYLOR ORR CORBET MC GUFFIE BROOKS MILLER JIROCH SCHREIBER WILSON SEELEY MEED NORKIS HICKEY SMITH DUFFIELD ARNOLD BUSH HOUGHTON TENNANT DANCER -, 430 Founded University of Michigan 1886 Oorosis MRS. HENRY BATES MRS WILLIAM FAUST MRS MRS. ROBERT ANGELL Miss HELEN BATES MRS. CHRISTINE BREED MRS. JOSEPH BURSLEY Miss HARRIET BURY Miss MARGARET CAMERON Miss KATHERINE CHAMBERLAIN Miss LYDIA CONDON MRS. EARLE DOW- MRS. EDGAR DURFEE MRS. A.C. FURSTENBURG MRS. CARL GEHRING PATRONESSES JESSE REEVES MEMBERS IN CITY Miss FLORENCE GREENE MRS. CARL GUTHE MRS. HARRY HAWLEY MRS. GRIFFITH HAYS MRS. CHARLES HIGLEY MRS. T. H. HlLDENBRANDT Miss ISABEL HUBBARD MRS. HERMAN KLEENE Miss ALICE LLOYD Miss ANNA LLOYD MRS. EARL V. MOORE MRS. HERBERT SADLER MRS. RENE TALAMON Miss CAROLINE PATTENGILL MRS. GEORGE PATTERSON MRS. WALTER PILLSBURY MRS. HARRISON RAND ELL Miss GERALDINE RUSSELL MRS. EDWARD SEGERFOSS MRS. WILLIAM SELLEW MRS. AUBREY TEALDI MRS. EDWARD TUTTLE MRS. PETER VANBOVEN MRS. M. W. WHEELER MRS. ROBERT WILKINS Miss MARY BAIRD, A.B. VIRGINIA ARMS CLARA BOURLAND LILLIAN BURNAM REBECCA BOURLAND LOUISE BREAKEY ELIZABETH GILKEY WINIFRED GORE JUNE DAY LOIUSE DIENER TERESSA CARROW LOUISE CODY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MlSS LOIS TlLLEY Seniors KATHERINE FITZPATRICK CATHERINE MANARD MAURINE JACOBS VIRGINIA LADD MARTHA PETERS Juniors LOUISE QUARLES Sophomores ELLEN REEVES MARY SHIELDS Freshmen EDNA FROST CAROL LAFouo ELIZABETH LADD VIRGINIA TAYLOR FRANCES NOVY LOUISA SOUKUP BETTY SUTHERLAND HERMINE SOUKUP FLORENCE TAYLOR MARGARET THOMPSON EMILY R. FRANCIS MARTHA WHEELER QUARLES H. SOUKUP R. BOURLAND SHIELDS JACOES THOMPSON V. LADD MANARD F.TAYLOR PETERS BREAKEY L SOUKUP CARROW BURNAM CODY C. BOURLAND PITZPATRICK NOVY SUTHERLAND FROST V TAYIOK GORE LA FOND DIENER C. LADD WHEELER CILKKY SORORITIES Founded Monmouth College 1867 BETA CHAPTER Established 1S88 J MRS. HUGH CABOT PATRONESSES MRS. ARCHIBALD W. DIACK MRS. MARTIN L. D ' OocE MRS. FRANCIS W. KEI.SEY MRS. FREDERIC H. ALDRICH MRS. MRS. PAUL BARKER MRS. MRS. CHARLES S. BERRY MRS. Miss AGNES BIRDSALL MRS. MRS. JOHN M. BIRK MRS. Miss ALICE CALLENDER MRS. MRS. D. C. CHIPMAN MRS. Miss DOROTHY CHIPMAN MRS. Miss HOPE CHIPMAN Miss MRS. PALMER CHRISTIAN Miss MRS. CHARLES D. COGSHALL MRS. MRS. WARREN F. COOK MEMBERS IN CITY JAMES M. CORK MRS. HERBERT HICKS MRS. FRANK PARKER Miss JUVA HIGBIE MRS. HENRY RIGGS MRS. THEODORE HORNBERGER MRS. ROY Ross FRANK H. CROSS ROBERT K. CURRY T. J. EVERETT CHARLES FISHER RAY L. FISHER E. H. GAULT OTTO HAISLEY HELEN HALL LOUISE HARRIS HOMER HEATH MRS. G. CARL HUBER MRS. GORDON IBBOTSON MRS. JOHN R. JAMIESON MRS. GEORGE LEWIS MRS. WALTER MARSHALL MRS. RALPH MILLER Miss KATHERINE NOBLE Miss BEATRICE OMANS MRS. REX KELLER PHOEBE BONE, A.B. RUTH LATHAM, A.B. ELOISE AVERY DOROTHY BECK RUTH BELL MERCEDES BROWN HELEN DOMINE MARION FINCH DOROTHY BIRDZELL CHARLOTTE BUTLER CATHERINE BONE HELEN MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss MARION McKiNNEY Miss GENEVA SATTERTHWAITE Miss ESTHER SEARLES MRS. HERBERT SHAW MRS. HERBERT UPTON MRS. DON V ' ANWlNKLE MRS LEROY WATERMAN MRS. ELBERT F ' ,. WHITE MRS. ALFRED H. WHITE MRS. GEORGE WULP Miss DOROTHY TISCH MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY RETTA MCKNIGHT DOROTHY TEFT HILDA VANAVERY FRANCES BIELBY JESSIE BROWN MARY CHASE NANCY FROHNE HELEN JONES MARY JANE KENAN ELISE ELY HORTENSE GOODING LELIA KIDD SYLVIA LEE Seniors ELIZABETH MARGARET ECKELS CAMILLA HUBEL Juniors FLORENCE KING MARION LAMB JOSSELYN McLEAN Sophomores ALICE McCuLLY WINIFRED ROOT Freshmen RUTH MOORE RHEA PECK VIRGINIA LOSEE LORINDA McANDREW HELEN PYE MARY WILLARD, A.B. RACHEL ROBBINS KATHLEEN SUGGS MARGARET MORIN GAIL WARNER CECELIA SHRIVER ELINOR WORTLEY MARY GAY VON BOESELAGER KATHERINE SITTON DOROTHEA WATERMAN ELEANOR WALKINSHAW JANE RAYEN ANN TOBIN MARY ELIZABETH WATTS ELY WALKINSHAW MC CULLY KING SUGGS SITTON BIRDZELL ROOT WATERMAN GOODING LAMB J. BROWN KENAN FROHNE WARNER DOMINE MORIN JONES MC LEAN BELL BUTLER SHRIVER ECKELS CHASE WILLARD PYE HUBEL BIELBY LOSEE BECK DE VOL MCANDREW ROBBINS lAVERY M. BROWN MOORE WORTLEY PECK KIDD TOBIN KING RAYEN DEWITT WATTS PACE 432 SOR IBBTfl B Founded Monmouth College 1870 BETA DELTA CHAPTER Estab lished 1890 DR. MARGARET BELL MRS. A. O. LEE PATRONESSES MRS. SAMUEL MOORE 1 MRS. Miss MRS. MRS. Miss MRS. MRS. Miss Miss MRS. R. G. ADAMS ELIZABETH BEARD WM. G. BOOTH JOHN BRADFIELD MADGE BROOK WILLIAM BUCHANAN MARIAN L. BURTON FANDIRA CROCKER CATHERINE CUDLIP ROBERT DETERLE MRS. EDWARD GREENE MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. SAMUEL DONALDSON MRS. HARVEY EMORY MRS. EDWARD GREENE MRS. F. M. GREENWOOD Miss ALICE HARRISON MRS. P. S. LOVEJOY MRS. H. MALLORY MRS. M. MARSHALL MRS. K. McMuRRY MRS. J. B. MOORE MEMBERS IN FACULTY MRS. H. MALLORY MRS. JON SUNRWALL MRS. A. S. WHITNEY MRS. MRS. Miss MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. ERWIN NELSON PHILLIPS PARKS SARAH PARKS ALBERT PECK SAMUEL RIGGS F. A. RYRUM H. S. SLIFER WILLIAM TILFER B. H. WALKER PAUL WINDER DOROTHY HALLIDAY RUTH LININGER RUTH BROOKE PHYLLIS GATES KATHLEEN BADGER MARGARET BENZ KATHERINE BROOK JEAN ALEXANDER ADA ALLMAN PAULINE BOWIE JANET ALLEN DOROTHY BUNCE MARION CUDWORTH MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MARGARET Mix ESTHER TUTTLE, A.B. DOROTHY MAPEL JEANETTE DALE MARGARET EAMAN RUTH McCLENEGHAN BURNETTE BRADLEY EUGENIE CHAPEL KATHERINE FERRIN ANNETTE CUMMINGS JANET DRISCOLL Seniors ELFRIDA PETERSON Juniors RUTH McCoRMicK MARY STUART FRANCES SUMMERS Sophomores JANE HELMEL ULDEAN HUNT HAZEL IRWIN Freshmen MARGARET FERRIN CORINNE HENRY RUTH TUTTLE, A.B. Lois VANDUSEN ELIZABETH RALSTON JOSEPHINE RANKIN BETTY TEBAY FRANCES WHIPPLE PHYLLIS ZEIGAN MARGARET KEELER MAURINE KNOX DOROTHY SAMPLE MELISSA STEARNS FRANCES STEWART CHAPEL SAMPLE KNOX KEELER BRADELY BOWIE K. FERRIN ALLMAN STUART HELMEL DRISCOLL M. FERRIN ZEIGAN SUMMERS K. BROOK EAMAN DALE TEBAY MAPEL RALSTON BADGER WHIPPLE GATES PETERSON R. BROOKE RANKIN BENZ STEWART ALLEN CUMMINGS STEARNS IRWIN CUDWORTH HENRY MC CLENEGHAN MC CORMICK HUNT BUNCK PAGE 433 SORORITIES Founded University of Michigan 1890 ALPHA CHAPTER Established February 27, 1890 Alpha Epsilon Iota, MRS. HUGH CABOT MRS. R. BISHOP CANFIELD PATRONESSES DR. ELIZABETH CROSBY MRS. ROBERT GESELL MRS. FREDERICK G. NOVY MRS. REUBEN PETERSON DR. ELIZABETH L. THOMPSON DR. ELIZABETH BAGLEY, M.D. MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. E. M. BRAGG, M.D. MRS. DAVID M. Cowi, M.D. MRS. L. W. OLIPHANT, M.D. MEMBERS IN FACULTY DR. MARGARET BELL, M.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MRS. MARTHA V. PARKER GRACE GORHAM RUTH GRIESEMER Seniors GERTRUDE MITCHELL HELEN PRESTON RUTH QUIGLEY MRS. MELISSA WORTH SARAH BISHOP OLIVE S. DICKEY TRYPHENA HUMPHREY GLADYS KLEINHEKSEL Juniors MARIE PELECOVICH GERALDINE SAWYER ARLENE SCHLOTT MARIANNA SMALLEY GE UITSLAGER EVELYN WEEKS DOROTHY WHEELER INEZ WILBER WEEKS KLEINHEKSEL SMALLEY UITSI.AGER HUMPHREY WHEELER WILBER SCHLOTT PELECOVICH DICKEY BISHOP SAWYER GRIESEMER QUIGLEY GORHAM MITCHELL PRESTON PAGE 434 Founded Syracuse University 1872 TI1F.TA CHAPTER Established 1892 MRS. JUNIUS BEAL MRS. HARLEY RAINES Miss MARGARET BEAL MRS. ROBERT BREAKEY MRS. ARTHUR BROWN MRS. HARRY CLARKE MRS. JAMES CRESS MRS. PERCY DANFORTH Miss FRANCES GILI MRS. J. R. HAYDEN BETSY ARNOLD VIRGINIA GIES ELEANOR EGGLESTON HARRIET HOWARD JANE HOWARD HORTENSE BUMPUS ELIZABETH CARPENTER BETTY HEALY MARY BARNETT RUTH HELEN FRANKLIN CONSTANCE GIEFEL PATRONESSES MRS. ALFRED LLOYD MRS. REUBEN PETERSON MEMBERS IN CITY Miss ANNE HINSHAW MRS. DONALD MAY Miss ELIZABETH McCuRDY Miss MARJORIE PARKER MRS. MARCIA PETERSON MRS. GRACE RAIKES MRS. W . B. RATCLIFFE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Miss JEAN KYER Seniors TERESA HOMS HARRIET MOSES CAROLYN INGLIS JEAN PHELPS Juniors LUCILLE MCCLELLAND MARJORIE McGuiRE EMMY Lou SMITH HARRIET KLINE BEATRICE LOOMIS ELIZABETH MANER JANE INCH MARTHA KING KATHERINE KOCH EDWINA GIES ELLA HANSON MARGARETHE HANSON Sophomons BARBARA LORCH Lois McGuiRE MAXINE NOWAK Freshmen EVELYN LEHMAN BARBARA SHAW BETTY VAN-HORN MRS. FRED WALDRON MRS. ROBERT WENLKY MRS. FlNLEY RlGGS Miss GRETCHEN SCHULTZ Miss VIRGINIA SCHURZ Miss MARGARET SMITH MRS. M. P. TILLEY Miss VERA WELLINGTON Miss MARION WILLIAMS MRS. GEORGE WYMAN EDNA RICHARDS JOSEPHINE SMITH JANET WOODMANSEE BETTY SMITH RUTH WALSER JEAN WINSLOW MARGARET WURZBURG MARY Lou WYNCOOP ,WtV tJ M. HANSON GIEFEL FRANKLIN KING WYNCOOP WINSLOW I. HANSON LEHMAN WALSER CARPENTER WURZBURG L. MC GUIRE E. GIES LORCH INCH HEALY H. HOWARD KLINE BUMPUS NOWAK B. SMITH KOCH LOOMIS MANER WOODMANSEK MC CLELLAND EGGLESTON E. L. SMITH J. HOWARD V. CIES RICHARDS INGLIS PHELPS MOSES M. MC i.l IKK PAGE s SORORITIES Founded Boston University 1888 IOTA CHAPTER Established 1894 Re-established 1915 C Delta DelteTT)elt MRS. HORATIO ABBOTT MRS. CARL BRAON MRS. STEVEN ATWOOD Miss INEZ BOZARTH MRS. JOHN L. BRUMM MRS. MAHLON BUELL MRS. ARTHUR COVERT MRS. SAMUEL DIACK MRS. CARL FORTUNE MRS. C. C. FRIES Miss BEATRICE JOHNSON PATRONESSES MRS. J. C. CHRISTENSEN MRS. EDWARD KRAUS MRS. ARNOLD H. Goss MRS. CHARLES MILLEN MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. EDWIN GODDARD Miss DOROTHY HARD MRS. H. V. JENNINGS MRS. HORACE KING MRS. E. H. KRAUS MRS. CHARLES Louis MRS. T. A. LOWRY Miss HELEN MCCALLUM MRS. O. O. MCLEISH MRS. CHARLES MILLEN MRS. A. T. MONTGOMERY Miss HAZEL RICH Miss GRACE RICHARDS MRS. SIMS KATHRYN E. BUTLER ELIZABETH CAMPBELL PAULINE FAST Lois AMERINE MARGUERITE BARR HILDA BRAUN VIOLET ANSORGE HELEN CARTWRIGHT ELIZABETH COVERT KATHRYN GROSSMAN BARBARA BRAUN CATHERINE CHALLENGER DOROTHY FLYNN ELAINE FROST MARY HARRIGAN MARY FOSTER VIRGINIA Hosic MARION KEMP MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss GRACE MANSON MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Miss LUCILLE GROFF Seniors JANET HOWELL ELEANOR JEFFERIS SARAH LUTES Juniors HATTIE KREYE HELEN KRUEGER MRS. THOMAS REED MRS. CLIFFORD WOODY MRS. P. SLOSSON MRS. M. SOULE Miss MARION STOWE MlSS DORIS TwiTCHELL MRS. DONALD WHITESALL MRS. ROBERT WILLIAMS MRS. CLIFFORD W : OODY MRS. LEIGH YOUNG Miss GRACE RICHARDS AGNES GRAHAM HELEN HAAPAMAKI JOHANNA KANANEN AILEEN CLARK PAULA FALES Sophomores ELIZABETH LOUDON ALMERINE MONTGOMERY Freshmen CATHERINE FUNKHAUSER DORIS RENKENBERGER DOROTHY VAN DOROTHY TREBILCOCK ZWALUWENBURG ALICE UNDERWOOD DOROTHY WHITING CHARLOTTE MATHAUER RUTH MERRICK CATHERINE McCoLL EVELYN PEARSALL MARY McCALL CATHELIA POLLOCK BERYL RICHARDSON ELIZABETH GRIBBLE HELEN A. WOOLLEY MARGARET STEVENSON MAUD SARGENT JANE SMALLMAN VIRGINIA VEASY MARIE WESTIN DOROTHY LUTES VIRGINIA McCoMB HELEN WINDHAM A. MERRICK POLLOCK KANANEN MONTGOMERY SMALLMAN GRAHAM SARGENT HAAPAMAKI ANSORGE CARTWRIGHT HOSIC KEMP II. BRAUN COVERT WESTIN LOUDON STEVENSON PEARSALL R. MEKRICK KRUEGER VAN ZWALUWENBURG BUTLER MC COLL KREYE FOSTER MATHAUER MCCALL FROST RENKENBERGER CAMPBELL S. LUTES TREBILCOCK FLYNN FAST HARRIGAN HOWELL JEFFERIS RICHARDSON WOOLLEY VEASY D. LUTES GRIBBLE CLARK FALES WINDHAM MCCOMB FUNKHAUSER PAGE 436 MB SORORITIES Founded DePauw University 1885 THETA CHAPTER Established 1898 Ll ESiOS MRS. CHESTER D. BARNES MRS. C. O. DAVIS Miss WINIFRED FERRIN MRS. JOHN BARNES MRS. ROBERT BRADBURY MRS. ARTHUR]. CARLETON Miss LYDIA CONDON MRS. WAYNE G. COWELL MRS. C. O. DAVIS MARGARET ACKELS AUDREY GLENN ISABEL HE RATH FLORENCE L. BRITTAIN ISABELLE CHARLES MARY G. GARWOOD ANNE B. HARDY FRANCES BUTEN ALICE M. CHARLES DORIS I. DENSMORE MARGARET E. FAX LILLIAN L. FENSTERMACHER JANICE GILLETTE IVALITA GLASCOCK VINSELLE BARTLETT HELEN BENZ JOYCE CAMPBELL PATRONESSES MRS. CLIFFORD C. GLOVER MRS. GEORGE B. RHEAD MRS. L. C. RENWICK MRS. RALEIGH SCHORLING Miss ISABEL NICHOLS MRS. ROLAND O. NISSLE Miss MARIAM PENZOTTI MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. ROBERT HOWELL MRS. MAYNARD NEWTON MRS. CHARLES KYER MRS. HARRY NICHOLS MRS. KARL DAY MALCOLM MRS. RUSSEL MALCOLM MRS. LEONARD MILLER MRS. HARRY D. MILLS MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY KATHERINE KRATZ MRS. HENRY B. NEEDHA.M A.B. Seniors MARION PEARSON FRANCES E. RAE RACHEL F. RAMSEY CATHERINE SEMER Juniors JUNE HAKES EDITH HIGBIE KATHERINE S. HOWE MARTHA SWIHART MRS. HELEN W. VOLLERTSEN MRS. R. W. SELLARS MRS. U. J. WILE MRS. WILLIAM SHAVER MRS. WALTER P. STAEBLER Miss FLORENCE SPENCE MRS. HAROLD TROSPER MRS. WILLIAM C. TROW MRS. HARRY WANN CATHARINE WENTWORTH MURIEL E. WHITE ELOISE M. HARNAU EDNA MAY JENNINGS HELEN F. PARMENTER MARY PARNALL BERTHA FLO LOUISE GANIARD NEVA GOLDENBOGEN Sophomores HELEN K. HAWXHURST LOUISE LEONARD EDWINA N. JENNY DOROTHY L. MALCOLM MIRIAM KELLAM CHARLOTTE MAULBETSH Freshmen JUDITH S. HEIDEMAN JANE E. MANAHAN PATRICIA HUME JANE McPHAiL ALMA N. TENNEY ORMA F. WEBER ELIZABETH A. WHITE AILENE M. YEO DOROTHY J. RUOF MARIAN TEMPLETON RUTH L. TICE PHYLLIS REYNOLDS ERIE WEBER ALICE WINEGAR Hi 1. 1. A SAHLMARK DOROTHY K. SMITH CAMPBELL HEIDEMAN WINEGAR HUME LEONARD SAHLMARK GANIARU HARTI.ETT BENZ BUTEN MAULBETSH MALCOLM KRATZ E. WEBER HERATH GLASCOCK SWIHART RUOF FLO TEMPLETON WENTWORTH TICE PARNALL JENNINGS YEO GARWOOD O WEBER JENNY RAMSEY HARDY E. WHITE SMITH MANAHAN GILLETTE PHAII. IIOWK HAWXHURST JENNY HAKES REYNOLDS RAE PARMENTER GOLDENBOGEN FENSTERMACHER HARNAU BRITTAIN CHARLES PEARSON ACKKLS M. WHITE SORORITIES |t Ti Founded Metropolitan College of Music, Cincinnati, Ohio 1903 AVA C. CASE JUVA N. HIGBEE MADALINE BROOKS MARGARET CALVERT MILDRED DRINKHAUS GENEVIEVE GRIFFEY VIRGINIA HAMISTER AUDREY HAVER JifCu T ii 8 p si Ion National Honorary Musical Sorority MEMBERS IN FACULTY EDITH KOON THELMA LEWIS MARGARET McGREGOR ACTIVE MEMBERS DOROTHY JAMES RUTH JOHNSON VERA JOHNSON GRACE KONOLD Lois MAIER GAMMA CHAPTER Established 1904 LOUISE NELSON MAY A. STRONG DOROTHY MAYO DOROTHY MILLER CATHERINE MOCK ELIZABETH SEARLESS MARJORIE SMITH MAYME WORLEY JOHNSON MILLER DRINKHAUS MAYO HAVER CALVERT SMITH JOHNSON MOCK HAMISTER B ROOKS GRIFFEY SEARLESS 438 SORORITIES HHBHEBB Founded University of Michigan 1903 M.I ' HA CHAPTER Established 1904 Sigma Ilpha Iota MRS. RALPH AIGLER MRS. CHESTER BARNES MRS. HENRY BATES MRS. JOSEPH A. BURSLEY MRS. HUGH CABOT MRS. O. J. CAMPBELL MRS. R. BISHOP CANFIELD MRS. BENJAMIN BAILEY MRS. L. GRANT BALDWIN Miss HELEN BATES Miss ELIZABETH CAMPBELL Miss FRANCES CASPARI MRS. C. W. CHADWICK MRS. EMMA F. CROSS MRS. MARY E. DALBY MRS. BYRL Fox BACKER Miss DONNA ESSELSTYN Miss NORA CRANE HUNT MRS. MARTHA G. COLBY, Pn.D ' PATRONESSES MRS. JAMES W. GLOVER MRS. J. J. GOODYEAR MRS. G. CARL HUBER MRS. ALFRED H. LLOYD MRS. GEORGE LONGFORD MRS. EMIL LORCH MEMBERS IN CITY Miss YENDES DIAMOND MRS. NELSON W. EDDY MRS. E. A. GALLUP Miss LOUISE GAYLORD MRS. CARL G EH RING MRS. EDWIN N. GODDARD MRS. C. E. GRIFFIN MEMBERS IN FACULTY MRS. MARTHA MERKLE LYON Miss THELMA NEWELL MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Miss ALICE LLOYD, A.B. CATHERINE E. BACKUS FLORENCE L. BOYCHEFF OPAL M. COOTE VIVIAN M. CROOPE IONE E. DAVIS HELEN M. GOULD HARRIET D. HINE Seniors ELIZABETH M. MAXEY RUTH L. PENZEL DORIS M. STANDISH Juniors FRANCES B. FALLIS BERTHA C. FLO Sophomores FRANCES D. PECK MRS. W. A. MCLAUGHLIN MRS. EARL V. MOORE MRS. GEORGE W. PATTERSON MRS. REUBEN PETERSON MRS. S. M. STANTON MRS. L. A. STRAUSS MRS. M. P. TILLEY MRS. WALTER F. HUNT MRS. A. F. HUTZEL Miss ODINA OLSON MRS. L. C. REIMANN Miss CHRISTINE SEIFERT Miss LUCILE VANANTWERP MRS. CLYDE WILSON MRS. F. N. WILSON MRS. MAUD OKKELBERG MRS. MABEL Ross RHEAD Miss NELL STOCKWELL MRS. HELEN SNYDER, A.M. ELIZABETH M. SUTHERLAND DOROTHY P. WILSON LUCILE P. STRAUSS FALLIS CROOPE STANDISH PECK DAVIS FLO STRAUSS MAXEY HINK BACKUS GOULD WILSON SUTHERLAND BOYCHEFF COOTE 439 SORORITIES Founded Fayetteville, Arkansas 1895 ETA CHAPTER Established 1905 MRS. MARGARET BIRD MRS. J. F. BOURQUIN MRS. SAMUEL T. DANA DR. MARGARET ARMSTRONG MRS. F. E. BARTELL Miss MARGUERITE Fox MRS. E. C. GODDARD MRS. RICHARD GREGAR Miss DONA ESSELSTYNE DOROTHY CARTER, A.B. ANNE DAVENPORT RUTH BISHOP R. JANET COCHRAN JEAN A. GILMAN MARGARET C. HAXTON RUTH M. ALLISON RUTH ANDERSON VIVIAN N. BULLOCH GRACE DIXON CATHERINE M. CONSIDINE FREDDA M. CURRY REVA E. DERBY DOROTHY L. BENTLY MILDRED M. CORSON MARGARET C. DUNNING LOUISE E. FISHER PATRONESSES MRS. R. W. EMERSON MRS. L. C. KARPINSKI MRS. E. K. HERDMAN MRS. C. H. KAUFFMAN MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. P. B. HADLEY MRS. CLIFFORD KEEN MRS. THOMAS HARRIS MRS. F. D. MEMEFEE MRS. W. J. HUSSEY MRS. E. D. MITCHELL MRS. J. F. IRWIN MRS. D. H. PARKER MRS. R. H. KAMPHMEIER MRS. C. H. Ross MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss RUTH HASSINGER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MARGARET DIXON MARGARET HENCKLE, A JOAN GOEBEL, A.B. FRANCIS RAITER, A.B. Seniors GRACE L. LEONARD CLARA M. MITCHELL ELIZABETH M. LsRoY ALICE M. MORRISON ELIZABETH M. MAXEY MARJORIE MUFFLY MRS. L. W. OLIPHANT MRS. C. L. WASHBURN MRS. J. O. SCHLOTTERB MlSS LONA TlNKHAM MRS. C. UPTHEGROVE MRS. P. S. WELCH Juniors JEANNE HAZARD OLIVE MATTHEW DOROTHEA HOFFMEYER OLIVE L. MATTHEWS ' LOUISE KARPINSKI VIRGINIA R. SCHUMACHER MARGARET EGGERT LINEA HARTZ MARGUERITE HENRY LUCILLE 1. HOFFMAN ELSIE HOFFMEYER ELINOR LOCKE Sophomores HELEN E. HILGEMAN HELEN M. KITZMILLER CLARA JEAN LEITH Freshmen EVELYN M. NEILSON MARGARET R. O ' BRIEN NANCY ELLEN REED Miss AMY LOOMIS B. KATHERINE VANAKEN HAZEL WOOD LEY MARGARET J. REHRIG MARGARET SIBLEY JEANET E. TUTTLE ELEANOR WHITMAN HILMA STEPHENS CATHERINE E. TODD KATHERINE WILCOX JANET E. WOOD RUTH S. MATHER MARGARET M. McDoNALD MILDRED E. TODD ANNE C. SORENSON HELEN L. TREAT CLAIRE TRUSSELL WOOD M. TODD ALLISON EGGERT HARTZ BULLOCH MC DONALD DERBY MATHER LEITH HILGEMAN KITZMILLER D. HOFFMEYER KARPINSKI CONSIDINE SCHUMACHER MATTHEW ANDERSON HAZARD HENRY WILCOX C ' . TODD MATTHEWS DIXON SIBLEY LEONARD MUFFLY MITCHELL LE ROY HAXTON REHRIG BISHOP MORRISON MAXEY TUTTLE COCHRAN WHITMAN GILMAN TREAT HOFFMAN E. HOFFMEYER LOCKE O ' BRIEN FISHER NEILSON DUNNING REED TRUSSELL BENTLY 440 mmmmm l Mm Founded I ' liivi-rsiiy of Michigan 1912 ALPHA CHAPTER Estatlished 1912 MRS. GEORGE BURKE MRS. FRANK DEVINE MRS. WILLIAM MCLAUGHLIN Miss MARY BOWEN Miss MARGARET CAREY Miss EILEEN DONOHUE MARGARET BRADY JEANETTE DRESSLER JULIA MAE CONLIN ALICE ESTABROOK MARIAN FERENCY KATHLEEN BLUM MARY ELIZABETH DUNN PATRONESSES MRS. GEORGE MOE MRS. ORVIL MOE Miss CATHERINE MORGAN MEMBERS IN FACULTY MRS. LAURA DUNSTON MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. FRED ENSMINGER Seniors PATRICIA HILL VERONICA O ' BRIEN Juniors VIRGINIA HANLON HELEN KERWIN Sophomores GERALDINE MALONE HELEN MCCARTHY GERALDINE MEGARO MRS. ALAN SHERZER MRS. ARTHUR STACE Miss JULIA WILCOX Miss ELIZABETH MURPHY Miss KATHLEEN KELLEHER MRS. JOSEPHINE QUARRY CATHERINE RENIHAN JOSEPHINE WEDEMEYER AGNES LALLY i i i i RENIHAN ANNA ROBB NlORAYNE PoDESTA HELENMARY SWEET MARGUERITE CARNEY Fresh men MONICA KLOCKO CATHERINE SHEA PODESTA MEGARO DUNN ROBB SWEET MC CARTHY HANLON ESTABROOK FERENCY DRESSLER BRADY C. RENIHAN WEDEMEVER LALLY CONLIN L. REMHAN KERWIN KLOCKO O ' BRIEN Hl.l M Hill. CARNEY SORORITIES Founded Lombard College 1893 ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER Established 1920 MRS. MARGARET BUFFINGTON MRS. F. A. COLLER MRS. GODDARD MRS. H. E. KEELER MRS. C. P. BRIGGS Miss FERN M. BRITTAIN MRS. R. W. COWDEN MRS. J. J. Cox MRS. DAMA CREAL ESTHER ANDERSON MARGARET COPELAND MARJORIE FOLLMER MARIAN GEIB LAURA CODLING ELEZE CONNELL RUTH ELLIS JUNE FOSLER MARGARET HARRIS AUDREY BROWN RUTH OTTO JEAN BENTLEY JEAN BOTSFORD JEAN COWDEN PATRONESSES MRS. T. S. LANGFORD MRS. C. J. LYONS MRS. J. RALEIGH NELSON MRS. W. W. NEWCOMBE MRS. B. F. OHLINGER MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. A. R. CRITTENDEN MRS. R. B. HALL MRS. G. C. KYTE MRS. H. H. SCHMID Seniors MARTICA GEORG HELEN HARTER HARRIET HENDERLONG CLARA CAPLE KUENZEL Juniors RUTH KELSEY AIMEE LAMBIE LOUELLA LAWTON RUTH MARSHALL KATHERINE McMuRRAY Sophomores MARIANNA PADDOCK Freshmen DOROTHY DUNLAP LUCILLE GEORG VIRGINIA FORSYTHE LOUISE NAGELVOORT MRS. H. H. SEELEY MRS. C. C. STURGIS MRS. N. H. WILLIAMS Miss MABLE VANKLEEK Miss CATHERINE L. SCHULTZ MRS. A. F. SHULL MRS. WILLIAM STEERE MRS. C. D. THORPE MRS. BURTON THUMA RUTH BACON MARION MCDONALD MARGARET MILLER GEORGIA VANDAWARKER FLORENCE SEYS OLIVE STROHMEYER GERTRUDE TEODTER JANE THAYER SARA THOMAS MARJORIE PATTERSON LORAINE POLLIE GENE NEER ELIZABETH SHULL IRENE THOMAS NAGELVOORT I. THOMAS PATTERSON PADDOCK BROWN OTTO POLLIE GALLMEVER SEYS KELSEY CODLING LAWTON FOSLER MC MURRAY STROHMEYER CONNELL ELLIS HARRIS S. THOMA COPELAND KUENZEL HARTER M. GEORG MILLER MC DONALD LAMBIE VANDAWARKER FOLLMER HENDERLONG GEIB NEER L. GEORG COWDEN SHULL BENTLEY DUNLAP BOTSFORD WOLFF PAGE 442 SORORITIES Founded Virginia State Normal College, Farmville, Va., Oct. IS, 1898 ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER Established 1920 MRS. L. J. CARR MRS. EDWIN DICKINSON MRS. ROBERT GREVE MRS. CLARE GRIFFIN MRS. RALPH M. BRANCH HELEN GERARD ANITA BAUCKUS MILDRED CASSIDY MARTHA COGSHALL VIRGINIA EARL S i i ii BUCKLEY LOUISE A. CAREY MARGARET BARTHOLIC MIRIAM CAREY BETTY ABERLE DOROTHEA BOGER PATRONESSES MRS. JAMES HODGES MRS. RUSSEL HUSSEY MRS. ROY McALPiNE MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. ROBERT GLENDINNING MRS. KDWARD C. PROPHET MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss MABEL M. MILLER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MABEL E. NEEF, A.B. Seniors CHARLOTTE GOODRICH EVELYN B. HICKS MARION LAICH ELIZABETH LLOYD CHARLOTTE MUNCH Juniors MARIE FINGERLE GRACE HAMILTON DONNA MCCAUGHNA Sophomorts DOROTHY ELSWORTH MARJORIE ELSWORTH DOROTHY LINCOLN Freshmen BARBARA BURKHARDT MADELINE COLE MRS. WM. A. PATON MRS. RALPH SAWYER MRS. FRANK STEVENS MRS. FRANK WILSON MRS. ROBERT S. REASON ELIZABETH SCHAACK MARGARET OHLSON HARRIET PATRICK DOROTHY STRAUB CORNELIA THOMPSON ELIZABETH VALENTINE HILDA WINKLEHAUS GENEVIEVE PINSON DOROTHY SEIFERLEIN I.ELIA HENDRICKS SARA TEMPLE W1NKLKHAUS LINCOLN M. CAREY I). ELSWORTH FINGERLE PINSOS BARTHOLIC HAMIITON GOODRICH CASSIDY MCCAUGHNA BUCKLEY L.CAREY VALENI1M COGSHALL STRAUB THOMPSON MUNCH LAICH UK KS BURKHARDT BOGER FARR SHARP HENDRICKS M. ELSWOKIII PATRICK EARL OHLSON TEMPLE ABERLE SEIFERLEIN 443 SORORITIES Founded Viriinia State Normal School 1897 SIGMA ZETA CHAPTER Established 1921 MRS. HARRY BACKER MRS. B. F. BAILEY MRS. ROY COWDEN PATRONESSES MRS. BRADLEY DAVIS MRS. S. F. GINGERICH MRS. C. W. EDMUNDS MRS. W. F. HUNT MRS. HERBERT BEISIEGLE Miss VELDA BOGART MRS. ROBERT BROWN MRS. H. COATS MRS. C. CROSBY MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. DAHLBERG Miss ADA INGLIS Miss ALICE FIELD MRS. ALBERT KERLIKOWSKI MRS. JOHN HUBER MRS. LEON MAKIELSKI MRS. KARL HUBER MRS. CLIFFORD MELOCHE Miss ELLA HYMANS Miss DOROTHY OGBORNE MEMBER IN FACULTY Miss ELLEN STEVENSON MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Miss MARGARET COLE, A.B. Miss DOROTHY GRIFFITH MRS. LEONE HARD, A.B. Miss RUTH GEDDES Seniors KATHRYN EVANS IRENE KYNAST MARY EVANS RUTH LONG HELEN FELLOWS FLORENCE MAPLE DOROTHY GOODRIDGE ELIZABETH MOORE LAURA BEALL CHIPMAN HELENE CLARKE REBECCA COLE Lois COSSAR ELEANOR DELO FRANCES BEUTHIEN El.LAGENE BOWEN MARIAN BROCK HELEN CHEEVER ELAINE ACKERMAN DOROTHY AGNEW EMILY BATES BEATRIX CULVER DOROTHY ADAMS ANNETTA DIEKHOFF LUCILLE HANKISON CATHERINE HEESEN HELEN GROSS GRACE NEAL Juniors FRANCES MILLER CLARA PARKINSON JANE ROBINSON Sophomores MAJORIE HUNT HELEN IRWIN ELIZABETH GERHARD DOROTHY PAPE Freshmen MARGARET KEAL MARIAM ROOT ELIZABETH KELLY MILDRED SHUPERT KATHERINE KUNERT LENORE SNYDER ANNE REEK MARGARET SNYDER ELEANOR COOKE LUCILLE COSSAR JANNET MICHAEL SALLIE ENSMINGER DOROTHY FELSKE Miss ETHEL McCoRMicK MRS. C. C. MELOCHE MRS. F.. R. SUNDEXLAND MRS. CARL RUFUS Miss CATHERINE SCOTT MRS. E. R. SUNDERLAND Miss ELLEN STEVENSON MRS. HERBERT TWINNING Miss BEUI.AH HANKINSON, A.B. ALICE SMITH MARY STELLHORN BELLE VANDE VATER MARY ELIZABETH ZABEL LOUISA RUDISILI. ALICE SUNDERLAND ELIZABETH SUNDERLAND DOROTHY RUNKLE DOROTHY SCHWARZ ANNA TERHARDT MARY AGNES SWANWICK HARRIET TOWNSEND EILEEN WOODBURY SWANWICK ROOT HEESEN I.. SNYDER DIEKHOFF WOODBURY KEAL M. SNYDER KUNERT TOWSEND BATES RUNKLE REEK ACKERMAN HUNT FELSKE GERHARD AGNEW CULVER PAI ' E ROBINSON BEUTHIEN LUCILLE COSSAR E. SUNDERLAND A. SUNDERLAND CHEEVER BOWEN STEM. HORN KELLY SHUPERT RUDISILL BROCK MOORE COLE GOODRIDGE SMITH K. EVANS LOIS COSSAR MAPLE NEAL PARKINSON CLARKE GROSS MICHAEL TERHARDT ZABEL M. EVANS MILLER ENSMINGER GEDDES KYNAST PAGE 444 Founded d College, N.Y., Oct. , 1909 PI CHAPTER Established 1921 MRS. WILLIAM ADI.ER Miss AUGUSTA BROWN- MRS. NEVIN FISK Miss ROSLYN MARTIN, M.A. DOROTHY BLOOM ELIZABETH CORN JOHANNA DESENBERG EDITH ABRAHAMSON JANE COHEN JANET DAVIS NATALIE ARDEN JANE FECHEIMER CHARLOTTE FELDMAN PATRONESSES MRS. HERMAN FINSTERWALD MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. FLORENCE KRANKEI. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Miss ELIZABETH STERN, M.D. Seniors MIRIAM FUCHS HERMA GRABOWSKY SALLY NEDERLANDER Juniors LOUISE GREENBERG LUCILLE GROSSMAN Sophomores BERTHA DESENBERG BEATRICE EHRI.ICH JEAN GOLDENBERG Freshmen MIRIAM GORDON BEATRICE KESSLER JEAN ROSENTHAL MRS. MORITZ I.EVI MRS. LEO SHARFMAN MRS. PHILIP JAY Miss PAULINE UNGER, A.B. DOROTHY TOUFF MIRIAM VANOLIEB BEATRICE WEIL SYLVIA LAX ISOBEL LEVI JEAN LEVY AMY SEIDMAN BEVERLY STARK JOSEPHINE STERN DAVIS EKKI.ICII I.KVV UEVI ABRAIIMM ' N c.ROSSMAN LAX ..KIIMUKi. COHEN B. hl.-I.MU.Ki . ,, !. I KS BKR ; null j. DESENHI-:R ; i-irns ;RABO V KV IUIXIM CORN NKIKRI.ANI KH WEIL SEIDMAS IH. DMAS ARDEN STARK ROSENTHAL IX RDON xiKKN RKxsl.KR 445 SORORITIES Founded Barnard College 1897 OMICRON PI CHAPTER Established 1921 MRS. R. W. BUNTING MRS. JAMES CHRISTY Miss DOROTHY ANN ALLEN Miss ALTA ATKINSON Miss BLOSSOM BACON MRS. BRUCE FRALICK MRS. LUELLA FRANCE Miss JEAN GREENSHIELDS Lois G. COSSITT LELA E. CRUMP ELIZABETH B. CUTTER ELIZABETH M. HEMENGER MARY LOUISE BEHYMER JEAN M. BOSWELL KATHLEEN E. CLIFFORD M. MARIE EDINGTON HARRIET ARNOLD GINEVRA GINN RUTH BIRDSEYE RUTH KIMBERLEY PA TRONESSES MRS. R. CRAIG MRS. WM. INGLIS MRS. E. F. LLOYD MEMBERS IN CITY Miss MARY GREENSHIELDS MRS. R. R. HOWLETT Miss MARY KENT-MILLER MRS. LOHMAN Miss ELIZABETH MACDERMOTT MEMBERS IN FACULTY LUVERN HAYS, M.D. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MRS. GERALD Fox, M.A. Seniors DORIS H. KUHN ANITA LAMAR HELEN N. MAYNARD ELIZABETH G. MORLEY Juniors HELEN R. GAY DOROTHY V. HALL GRACE L. MANBECK ALBERTINA A. MASLEN Sophomores DOROTHY SKEMAN MARIE C. WAGNER Freshmen HELEN LUTZ JEAN MITCHELL THELMA SHAW MRS. C. T. OLMSTEAD MRS. W. W. UNDERDOVVN MRS. E. MOSES MRS. N. NELSON MRS. C. A. SCHMALTZ MRS. M. E. UNDERWOOD MRS. P. C. WAGNER MRS. G. WALLS MARY C. ROACH FRANCES S. SACKETT JANE E. WEBSTER GERALDINE E. WILKINSON- GRACE SwARTZ RUTH E. VAN ' FUYL ERNESTENE E. WAGNER RUTH L. WEILER ELSBETH G. WHEELER JUDITH M. WILKINSON MAE STUART ELEANOR WELSH MASLEN CLIFFORD GINN ARNOLD MANBECK BOSWKI.L J. WILKINSON WEILER BEHYMER VAN TUYL CUTTER GAY HALL EDINGTON DYE MAYNARD G.WILKINSON MORLEY COSSITT CRTMP SACKETT ROACH SKEMAN ADAMS WELSH BIRDSEYE ANDERSON MITCHELL STUART KIMBERI.Y LAMAR HATCH PAGE 446 Founded Syracuse University 1904 ALPHA BKTA CHAPTER Established 1922 MRS. WALTER BADGER MRS. R. H. CI:RTIS HELEN ANDRUS HELEN CHAPIN FLORENCE CLARK JOSEPHINE COMPTON VIOLET BIDGWAY KATHRYN BURT MADELON ANDRUS PHYLLIS DIEHI; AUDRA COOK FLORENCE HISCOCK EILEEN LAUTZENHISER MARTHA CANTRELL EVELYN DIEHI. I ' ATRONESSES MRS. JULIO DEL TORO MRS. A. V. KOOTE MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. ROLLAND LYONS BERNADINE MALAY GERTRUDE MANWARING MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY FRANCES FISHER, A.B. Seniors FRANCES FISHER CATHERINE HAGEDORN ANDRINA IVERSON Juniors FLORENCE FRANDSEN Sophomores ELIZABETH McDowELL DORA POLK JEANETTE SCHREMSER Freshmen RETA P. McOweER MILDRED O ' BROCK MRS. WALTER FORD MRS. GROVER GRISMORE RUTH McCoMB MRS. ALBERT PARKER HILY DALE PARKER MRS. EDWARD STALKER VIRGINIA MCCREERY HELEN WORKMAN DOROTHY KNIGHT MARION WILLISTON FRANCES THORNTON DOROTHEA TORBESON MARJORIE UPSON CATHERINE RENTSCHLER HELEN ZIEFLE RENTSCHLER ZIEFLE CANTRELL Knows MC OMBER E. UIEHL UPSON LAUTZEXHISER KIPP BOND THORNTON COOK TORBESON MCDOWELL POLK BIDC.WAY HAGEDORN MCCREERY IVF.Ksox BURT WORKMAN SCHREMSER HISCOCK KXItiHT PENCE FRANDSEN WILLISTON ANDRUS P. DIEHL O ' BROCK M2M SORORITIES Founded Miami University 1902 ALPHA ETA CHAPTER Established 1923 MRS. JOHN C. BRIER MRS. GEORGE HALL JEAN L. BONISTEEL NORMA BUTLER RUTH M. DODDS MRS. R. ISAACS LYDIA R. KERN MARION BAUCHARD, A.B. CATHERINE BACKUS MARGUERITE CORNELL H. RUTH Dow HELEN B. Fox DOROTHY HAAS EDITH BUDGE HELEN AULPH ALMA BRETSCHNEIDER PATRONESSES Miss NORA CRANE HUNT MEMBERS IN CITY AFRIEDA B. KESSLER MRS. CLYDE LOVE DOROTHY LYONS Lois MARKHAM DORA NICKELS MARGARET PEPPLER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MARION READING ELIZABETH HAMEL HELEN B. HEILER GRACE E. HOUSE PERMILLA LAMPMAN MARY K. McMEANS Juniors HELEN COSENDY BERNICE ENDLICH Sophomores MYRTLE GERISCH Freshmen MRS. CLYDE LOVE MRS. Louis ROUSE FLORENCE POLLOCK DR. HELEN PRATT CATHERINE J. SUMMERS LOVE B. UPJOHN CAROL WHITNEY LoRETTA M. TOWNSEND NENA PHIL ELEANOR RAMLOW ROBBIN TOWNSLEY FRANCES VINCENT KATHERINE E. WASHINGTON HELEN HENDERSON MARGARET STALKER DORIS WEISS EMMA P. ANDERSON DOROTHY BACKUS READING AULPH TOWNSI.EY VINCENT WEISS BRETSCBNEIDKR HEII.ER D. BACKUS ENDLICH HAMEL BUDGE RAMLOW FOX C. BACKUS WASHINdlON BURKE CORNELL GERISC H STALKER HOUSE DOW HAAS LAMPMAN ANDERSON WMmMJmSiA PAGE 448 Founded Hunter 1913 ETA HI AI ' TKR Established 1922 MRS. H. HOOTKINS PATRONESSES MRS. J. VANBUREN FREDA BOLOTIN TYBEL S. BURMAN Seniors LILLIAN KOVINSKY THELMA LAIDMAN GLADYS Low EN BERG BF.RNICE L. SOLOMON- ANNE GOLDBERG SYLVIA KLEIN Juniors MILDRED OBLETZ EVELYN SHARFF LENORE SINGER VIVIAN ZIMIT ETHEL ZOLTE JOSEPHINE CONVISSER ROSALIE GOLDSTICK Sophomores HELEN G. GOODMAN SYLVIA MILLER BIRDIE II. SCHWARTZ HELEN F. WALDMAN BELLE BOLOTIN MAXINE FISHER Freshmen GERTRUDE GRAVES ANNE MORRISON MoRENE ScHEFFMAN SYLVIA SOLOMON I.OWENBERG WALDMAN fiOLDSTICK LAIDMAN BURMAN KOVIXSKY KI.EIN IXXHIMAX SCHWARTZ F. BOI.OTIN ZOLTE B. SOLOMON i.ollilil-Ki. MNCBR ZIMIT OBLETZ MORRISON MILLER S. SOLOMON IOXVISSER FISHER B. BOLOTIN GRAVES -IIARFF SCIIEU MVN 449 SORORITIES Founded Colby College 1871 ALPHA MU CHAPTER Established 1924 MRS. WELLS I. BENNETT MRS. CHARLES W. COOK MRS. WENDELL BERGE MRS. ROBERT E. CHAPMAN Mrss ELEANOR CORYELL MRS. ELMER E. ETTINGER WILMA CRAWFORD, A.B. FRANCES A. COPE DOROTHY J. FENCL FLORA KEMPF MARGARET L. KITSON ELIZABETH BRADSHAW SHIRLEY ALCOTT PEARL BEUTLER MARGARET EIDSON PATRONESSES MRS. Louis A. HOPKINS MEMBERS IN CITY Miss ODEYNE GILLETT MRS. WELDON P. HARE MRS. CHARLES H. JOHNSON MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss DOROTHY D. COLBY, M.S. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY LILLIAN M. GREENE, A.B. Seniors DOROTHY MARSHICK EDNA NICHOLSON ADELINE NOWAK KATHRYN PURCELL Juniors HELEN MOORE Sophomores CHARLOTTE GREENE MARGARET MOON Freshmen DOROTHY WALKER MRS. W. C. RUFUS MRS. ARTHUR E. WOOD Miss GEORGIA K. PEET Miss AMBER ROYCE MRS. ROYCE MRS. WILLIAM H. RUTEN MAURINE L. JONES, A.B. HELEN E. RUPP ROGENE SEYMOUR NADINE STEWART BERNADINE E. WINTON MARGARET S. STAHL DOROTHY TWIGGS EDNA WAUGH HAZEL WOLFE WINTON CRAWFORD MARSHICK COPE PURCELL KEMPF STAHL MOON BRADSHAW SEYMOUR WAUGH MOORE TWIGGS ALCOTT RUPP NICHOLSON NOWAK BEUTLER BOSTICK WALKER STEWART KITSON FENCL EIDSON WOLFE ran PAGE 450 SORORITIES Founded Cincinnati Conservatory of Music 1909 Delta micron CHAPTER XI Established 1925 MR. AND MRS. W. H. BUTLER MRS. BARBARA DEWEY MR. ANDREW HAICH MRS. R. C. HUSSEY PATRONS AND PATRONESSES MRS. C. E. LOVE MRS. A. J. ROUSSEAU MRS. A. G. RUTHVEN MR. OTTO STAHI. MRS. NETTIE TOPPING MRS. |. J. TRAVIS MRS. SARA HEDON MRS. E. 1.. WHITMAN MRS. L. M. GRAM MRS. C. H. SMITH MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. A. V ' ANSlCKLE MlSS I. .VI. All VANSlCKLE MRS. CHARLES VERSCHOOR Miss NORA B. WETMORE MRS. WITHROW Miss LOUISE CUYLER MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss A. LUCILE GRAHAM MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY EDITH-JOAN EBENHOLTZ, B.M. MARY E. LABOUR Seniors VELMA L. WACHLIN ORMA F. WEBER MARQUITA B. DEVINE Juniors MARION M. HUBBARD RUTH L. WEILER OLGA K. WRIGHT MABEL E. HERRICK Sophomores HARRIET I. SCHIELE CLARE CONNOLLY WALKER ERIE M. F. WEBER HERKU K EBENHOLTZ WALKKK WACIIIIV HUBBARD E.WEBER WITIIH..W LA Bol K WKILER O. WEBER SORORITIES Founded Ohio State University May 11, 1923 BETA CHAPTER Established 1925 Sigma 8ta Chi NATIONAL CONGREGATIONAL SORORITY MRS. EDWIN E. BROWN MRS. C. C. GLOVER PATRONESSES MRS. CARTER GOODRICH MRS. JOHN SCHOI.L MRS. A. D. TINKER GERTRUDE ALEXANDER HOPE BRUECK MEMBERS IN CITY OTTALIE DAVIS MARY MCEACHREN LENORE NOGGLE MRS. EMORY PAINE CATHERINE WHITTEMORE ANNA M. K. HERRMAN MIRIAM HOSMER, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MILDRED KUENZEL, M.A. Lois NEITHAMER, A.B. DOROTHY SCHOLL, M.A. NADINE STEWART, A.B. BLANCHE E. ADCOCK Avis M. BROWN ONA G. FELKER Seniors LENORE KINGSTON KATHRYN L. LOHR BARBARA MATHIS ANGELA A. NOSENZO MARGARET B. WATKINS MARGARET C. WIEDER JEAN E. BRADBURY FLORENCE M. BURKETT Juniors ELIZABETH CROZER MARY M. LEY DOROTHY P. LUNDQUIST DOROTHY I. STONEHOUSE EDNA S. L. WEIFENBACH VIRGINIA BOSTICK Sophomores ARLINE Dow RUTH P. HORWITZ ELIZABETH ROBERTSON- ELIZABETH V. CHYNOWETH JEANNE E. HAGAMAN Freshmen FRANCIS D. ROSEWARNE LILLIAN M. ROSEWARNE DELNA N. WILSON STONEHOUSE WEIFENBACH KINGSTON CROZER ADCOCK NOSENZO F. ROSEWARNE L. ROSEWARNE CHYNOWETH I.OHK MATHIS WIEIJER HERRMAN FE1.KER BROWN BURKETT WATKINS i Founded University of Michigan 1928 AI.I ' IIA CIIAI ' TER Establish ed 1928 iAlf)ha Sig ma MRS. EUI.A AVERY PATRONESSES MRS. WELLS BKNM.II MRS. ELLIOT MOSES MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. CLARENCE PETTIBONE KATIIRYN BENNETT, A.B. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY MARGARET LOWBER, ED. HAZEL SPEDDING, A.B. VELMA ANDERSON IARTICA GEORG ALICE HOWSF.R Seniors LENORE KINGSTON ELIZABETH MARTIN BARBARA MATHIS MARJORIE MUFFI.EY TRESSE MUSIL MAUDE TURNBULL JKNNIE DRUMMOND HENRIETTA HOUSTON Juniors HELEN JEWETT DENA STAHI. JOHANNA WIESE VIRGINIA HAMILTON Sophomores ZORA HAMMIAI. HKI.KN STEIN VIRGINIA BELL Freshmen MARJORIE JACKSON HAZEL WOLFE HAMILTON PETTIBONE WOLFE MUSIL ANDERSON MA I III!. SI ' KIN Whlss HAMMIAI. (.EClRll KINGSTON JEWETT JUKM.N 453 SORORITIES Founded Wesleyan Women ' s College, Mason, Georgia 1851 BETA ETA CHAPTER Established 1929 Miss HAZEL CORBETT Miss FLORENCE L. CROSS MlSS WlLMA GwlNNER MEMBERS IN CITY MRS. HELEN RITTERSHOFER MRS. CATHERINE SCHOLL Miss HAZEL SPEDDING MRS. KATHERINE WHITTEMORE Miss DOROTHY WILLIAMS Miss MARY WILLIAMS MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss DOROTHY SULLIVAN EvADNA BlNGHAM CORNELIA BURWELL ELIZABETH FAIRBAIRN MARGARET HAWLEY HENRIETTA HOUSTON MARJORIE MCEACHRAN ETHEL ARSCOTT Seniors ISABELLE LOSHBOUGH ELIZABETH QUAIFE Juniors FRANCES MCNAMARA HAZEL SAWYER Sophomores GERTRUDE BENSON VIRGINIA REYNOLDS VIOLET SCHELL DOROTHEA SCHMIDT AUGUSTA SCHAEFFER MARY TAYLOR MARIE WELLSTEAD DOROTHY HAWLEY IRMA BOBERTZ MARY ENGLE Freshmen BARBARA ANN FISHER IONE HUNT JUNE SLATE AGNES ZEBORNICK TAYLOR M. HAWLEY BENSON QUAIFE FAIRBAIRN BURWELL ENGLE ZEBORNICK SCHAEKFER LOSH BO UGH FISHER MC EACHRAN SCHMIDT BOBERTZ WELI.STEAD SAWYER D. HAWLEY BlNGHAM SCHELL REYNOLDS HUNT SLATE Newberry Residence MRS. ALEX C. ANGELL MRS. A. W. DIACK BOARD OF DIRECTORS MRS. HENRY W. DOUGLAS MRS. HENRY B. JOY Miss ALICE LLOYD Miss CLAIRE SANDERS HOUSE STAFF Director ............. MRS. F. W. TOUSEY Assistant Director ....... ... Miss MARY JARVIS Miss KATHERINE LARDNER Miss ELIZABETH HINES Night Ckaptrone .......... Miss MADELAINE COTE Night Chaperone .......... Miss NELLIE MAIDA Kuo KATHERINE LARDNER ISABELLE BALLOU MARJORIE BETTLER EVELYN BUMGARNER RUTH COOPER MADELAINE COTE MARION DUSSE NORMA ESKIL ELEANOR ABBOTT JUDITH BABCOCK WINONA BARROWS RUTH BISHOP EDITH BUDGE FRANCES BURK MARGARET AMENDT HELEN CORWIN MARGARET EGGERT RUTH FRENCH ELIZABETH GARDENER BERNICE GLASER LOUISE ALLEN CATHERINE CHALLENGER CLAIRE COREY GENEVIEVE DAVIS HAZEL DECKINSON MARGARET DUNNING JANEL DRISCOLE HOUSE OFFICERS President .............. DOROTHY GRIFFITH dee-President ............ MARGARET LAUER Treasurer ............ LOUISE MC!NTYRE Secretary ............ . ELIZABETH H. NAREY Socia Chairman ......... . ' . . PHYLLIS MOORE GRADUATES ASA NAKAO DONNA FLEMING BEATRICE FROMM DOROTHY GRIFFITH JEAN GRIGGS DOROTHY HARRISON ELIZABETH HINES KATHERINE KIM LORRAINE COLLICK HELEN EBERLY DOROTHEA HOFFMEYER MARION HUBBARD SUSANNE HUMBERT HELEN HUMPHREY Seniors ELSIE KRAMER MARIE MCDERMOTT LOUISE MclNTYRE ELIZABETH MIZNER HELEN PRATT ROBERTA REED MARJORIE REFUSS Juniors MARIE GREENWALD EDITH HARWITH JANE HAYMOND M. LOUISE HERSHEY WILENA KAI.MBACH ESTHER KIRBY EILEEN FINNEY MARGARET FULLER KATHERINE GLASPIE LEONORA GRANT ERDINE GRIFFITH RUTH HAMILTON ELSIE HOFFMEYER RUTH KRUISENZA FRANCES JENNINGS MARGARET KRAMER NELLIE I.ARuE MARGARET LAUER ANNA MOLL PHYLLIS MOORE Sophomores GHISSEI.L KLEIN MARCIA MASLEN ESTHER MATHEWS ELIZABETH H. NAREY MARY JEAN NISSF.N WINIFRED PARSALL Fresh men EVELYN LEHMAN NINA LEWIS ELEANOR LOCKE JEAN LOVE FRANCES MERRILL GEORGINA MERRILL DOROTHY MUSSER EVELYN NEILSON MARIA PASTRANA BEHIRE REFIK LILLIAN SCHMID HlLDEGARDE ScHUREN ALICE SHERMAN MARJORIE SMITH MARCELINE STEPNITZ HELEN TERRY TOMO TOMBE ELIZABETH ULRICH MARY MORELEY NELL NORTON DOROTHY STONEHOUSE GAIL WILLIAMS JANET WOOD ANNA RAMBAR ELIZABETH ROBERTSON MERYLE STEF.I.E MYRNA STEELE FRANCES WEBB LAVERNE WEIGEL BARBARA WRIGHT HELEN PARKER ANNA RUDOLPHI VIRGINIA TAYLOR HELEN TRAVIS BETTY VANHORN JEAN WINSLOW EILEEN WOODBURY MARY Lou WYNEKOOP 455 SORORITIES Miss FANDRA CROCKER Miss MERCY J. HAYES BOARD OF GOVERNORS MRS. DEAN W. MYERS HOUSE STAFF Miss GRACE RICHARDS MRS. JULIUS O. SCHLOTTERBECK Director Miss MARY LYTLE Business Manager Miss NEVA HIRLMAN Night Chaperone Miss CAROLINE FISHER HOUSE OFFICERS President Miss CATHERINE A. WIGLE rice- President Miss ERWILLI SNEIDER Social Chairman Miss CAROL SWARTOUT Secretary Miss FRANCES RAYBURN Treasurer . . Miss HELEN WILSON FLORENCE BROOKS LAI WING FUNG MARGARET BABCOCK BETH BARRA LUCILLE BERESFORD FREDERICA BAESLOCK INA JEAN BECKTON VIRGINIA CAGE GEORGINA DENSMORE ANN BALDWIN EMILY BATES KATHLEEN BLUM KATHRYN BRINLEY SAI.LIE ENSMINGER ANN ADAMEC KATHERINE BARNARD VINSELLE BARTLETT AILEEN CLARK RUTH CLARKE RUTH CLARKSON F LIZABETH DAVIS JUNE DAY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Al.EY KuRIYAN MARY LOUISE BRO VN CHARLOTTE DUNNEBACKE CAROLYN FISHER Seniors MOLLY GOODELL JEAN GREENWAY BETTY KAHN FUNG LING Liu MARY WILLIAMS BETTY MIDWORTII FLORA PEARCE ERWILLI SCHNEIDER CATHERINE WIGLE JOSEPHINE ETTINGER JANET HANKINSON BETTY HASCALL HANAKO HOSHINO EMILY FRANCIS JANICE GILLETTE IVALITA GLASCOCK PAULINE GRIBBLING Juniors BERTHA HOWARD MARION LAMB DANA MEDROW MARY ELIZABETH MILLER Sophomores HELEN IRWIN EDWINA JENNEY LUCILLE LOUGH MARGARET MCDONALD Freshmen HELEN ELIZABETH EAGLESFIELD ADELE EWING JANE FECHEIMER MARGARET FERRIN LOUISE FISHER KATHERINE FUNKHOUSER MARY GROTE CATHERINE HEESEN PATRICIA HUME MARGARET KEAL RUTH KIMBERLY MARY ANNE McDowr.i.L RETA McOMBER ANNA NEBERLE MARGARET O ' BRIEN KIKUE SATO CAROL SWARTOUT JOSEPHINE TURKO HELEN WILSON JANE YEARND RUTH MclNTOsn HELEN MUSSELWHITE MARION ROBINSON HADIE SUPE FRANCES TALCOTT ALICE PARKHILL RHEA PECK JANE RAYEN MIRIAM ROOT CAROL SAVERY MARGARET SCHERMACK MELISSA STEARNS MARGARET WALLACE SUSANNA WOOD mst. 456 If -4 ii-hr , MRS. ANNE SHIPMAN STEVENS BOARD OF DIRECTORS Miss EMILY SARGENT MRS. HARRY L. BUCKLEY HOUSE STAFF Director Miss MARGARET RUTH SMITH House Director Miss ALTA B. ATKINSON Night Chaperone Miss AGNES MAcDoNALD HOUSE OFFICERS President MARGARET SABOM V ' ice- President MARTHA CHOY Secretary VALBORG EGEI.AND Treasurer MARY GARLAND Senior Representative HELEN Nnoi. Junior Representative ELIZABETH WOOD STUDENT RESIDENTS CLOVICE ALEXANDER PRISCILLA ANDERSON ELIZABETH ASSET LOUISE AUSTIN OLLIE BACKUS HELEN BARC LEONE BELLEVILLE DINA BERKOWITZ FRANCES BORON RUTH BROOKE MADELINE BROOKS MARY GARLAND MARTHA CHOY JEAN CLARK HELEN COLLINS GERTRUDE COOK DEMARIOUS CORNELL ELLA CRILE ELIZABETH CURTIS GRACE DARLING MARGARET DUSSEAU ALICE F.ASTMAN BESSIE EGELAND VALBORG EGELAND KATHLEEN FINCH BARBARA FLEURY ELIZABETH FORD NANCY FROHNE LOUISE GANIARD HELEN GEER CATHERINE GILMORE HELEN GOULD JEAN GREIG JOSEPHINE GRICE DOROTHY HALLIDAY EDITH HAUGHEY GRACE HAWN ARLIENE HEILMAN KATHRYN HUGHES LLAH INGERSOLL JEANNETTE JOHNSON MARTHA JOHNSON MARGUERITE KAMMER LUCY KEEGSTRA WINIFRED KELLOGG MILDRED KERCHER MARTHA KI.INGER BERNICE KNEE KATHERINE KOETS CAROLYN KREAGER ZING WHAI Ku OLIVE LAGDEN MARY BELL LONG BEATRICE LOOMIS FRA LOOMIS AGNES MACDONALD JANE MACDONALD VELMONA MAI.LORY ELIZABETH MANER ALICE MANN LENORE MATEN ELEANOR MAYWOOD DONNA MCCAUGHNA MABEL MCCUTCHEON PHILLIS MCDONALD ELIZABETH McKAic DOROTHY MILLER EVELYN MILLER ADELI.I MYSICX VINOOINE NEELKANTH MARY NKPHI.ER HELEN NICOL ANNE NOSENZO SHIRLEY OI.MSTEAD AlNO OsTERBERG BEATRICE PADDOCK LUCILLE PENNIMAX RUTH PENTY ELIZABETH PFEIFFER CATHERINE PRICE MAUD KAYMONT NETTIK RIEDKI. ELIZABETH ROBB HELEN ROSELLE MARGARET SABOM MARIE SAMSON GALE SAUNDERS VIRGINIA SCHOOF LINDA SCHREIBER VIOLA SCHUBERT FRANCES SCHULTZ NELLIE SCOVILLE BEATA SEBALD CATHERINE SHANNON CLAIRE SIMMONS MARION SMITH DOROTHY SUTTON ELIZABETH THOMPSON KEN TOKU AH ADKI.LE TOSSY TRF.SSA TRUDEAU I I AN TURNBI ' LL I.OIS AN l)l -! N KATHF.KIM ' . .REN EMMA VAUGHN SUBBAMA VENKATARATMAN VIENO WATIA CAROLYN WHEELER FLORENCE WHITE MARGARET WHITE ELIZABETH WHITMAN MARY I 1 " .. WHITNEY DOROTHY ' ILSON ISABEL WILSON II-.MI WINCHELL HENRIETTA WITTKFR ELIZA ii ETII U ' OOD GENEVIEVE WOUCHTER mm mm PAGE 457 SORORITIES Chairman Secretary Treasurer Social Director MRS. Louis C. KARPINSKI BOARD OF GOVERNORS MRS. E. C. GODDARD MRS. CHARLES L. WASHBURNE . . . . . . MRS. E. R. SUNDERLAND MRS. ALTA M. SCHULE MRS. H. M. ROBINS Miss ALICE LLOYD MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY RUTH Ciu GERTRUDE FISH MILDRED LIMOND Seniors Lois G. SHIVELY PAULINE G. STITT MARGARET B. WATKINS MARY BELLE WHITTEN EVELYN BARTLETT KATHERINE M. HAWLEY Juniors MARJORIE E. LINCOLN VIVIAN I. McMuRTRY A. CATHERINE SOEHRENS ELIZABETH URBAN MONA WILLIS FRANCES E. CALVERT MARY H. FREW WINIFRED GORE LOUISE M. HINCZ OLO S. COLLINS Sophomores GERALDINE I. HUFF CHARLOTTE R. PALMER HELEN C. REYNOLDS Freshmen JEAN E. MARROW ANNE C. SORENSON DOROTHY C. RUNKLE LYDIA E. TILL DORIS A. WEISS LILLIE WONG FRANCES D. ROSEWARNE URBAN SORENSON LINCOLN WEISS MCMURTRY SOEHRENS BARTLETT ROSEWARN ' E RUNKLE COLLINS WILLIS MARROW TILL WHITTEN HUFF HAWLEY STITT HINCZ CALVERT CIU GORE PALMER LIMOND FREW FISH SHIVELY WONG WATKINS 458 r-Vlu mnae I ouse Miss E. BARNARD FLORENCE L. BOYCHEFF BERENICE J. DAVIS VIVIEN N. BULLOCK GLADYS E. DAVIS PATRONESSES MRS. H. KEELER MRS. J. MARKLEY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Miss AGNES J. BOUWSMA, A.B. Seniors MARGARET C. FINCH ESTHER B. HOERNER Juniors LUCILE E. CATHERINE DZIUREWICZ FLORA B. SHAFER MRS. C. SINK DOROTHY M. WALTZ BETH W. WHARTON ROBERTA I. WILLARD DOROTHY M. WOOD AMY C. BRUEGGEMAN Freshmen RUTH B. LINTON GALE M. PATRICK VIRGINIA B. WARD WHARTON HOERNER BULLOCK DZIUREWICZ BRTEUO.EMAN WARD LINTON DE BOE DAVIS WALTZ WOOD FINCH DAVIS BOUWSMA PATRICK HILL BOYCHEFF SHAFER PAGE 459 mouse HELEN A. ASKREN BETSY A. DAWSON ANITA M. FARR Freshmen CHARLOTTE E. HEDKE LELIA M. HENDRICKS LILLIAN M. KRUSELL LUCILLE M. SHARP LEONORE R. SNYDER KATHRYN M. STORK ELEANOR J. WELSH SHARP HEDKE FARR WELSH ASKREN STORK HENDRICKS DAWSON KRUSELL SNYDER ' " " " ' " " " " ' " " ' ' M 460 FEATURES FEATURES JlvEN conservative Ann Arbor takes its fling at " regular " college life in the Spring time. Natural beauty is abun- dant at its liveliest. The luxuriant Arboretum and the windy, idling Huron are too attractive to be resisted. Romance bursts forth and canoes are countless on the Huron usually the paddles are superfluities. Tennis courts and golf courses are colorfully crowded by the athletic-minded and fraternity yards become the scene of boisterous I N I T I A T I O N S playground baseball games. Seniors don caps and gowns and on Sundays flourish canes. Spring elections and class games are attended with the keen- est competition and interest. The tra- ditional honor society initiations are pageants in themselves in which Sphinx, Druids, Triangles, and Mich- igamua present their Neophytes as the leading performers. Spring is the play- time of the year, books take the back- ground and everyone is out of doors. PAGE 463 FEATURES At Random A liCHiGAN has taken to the air. While not included in the curricula it has been seriously taken up. Gliding in particular has become an exceedingly popular sport. This is manifest by the organiza- tion of a Glider Club for the pur- pose of building and soaring gliders. Baseball and track stand well in the lead among spring athletics and outstanding performances are found in both. The baseball team having won the Conference Cham- pionship wer e honored with a trip to Japan and there very success- fully demonstrated the true Ameri- can spirit of sportsmanship and fair play. The track team not to be outdone boasts of the " fastest human " in the guise of Eddie Tolan. PAGE 464 FEATURES Graduation FINAL examinations over, Seniors linger on Campus in an endeavor to visit, for the first time, the Clemens Library and the New Museum. Time however, over- takes them and they fall into the " Swing Out " Line with promisary resolutions to some day return and inspect these places that they have passed most every day of their four years as Michigan students. Led by the Varsity Band, Michigan ' s pride and joy, they gayly swing down State St. to old Kerry Kield where they are cheer- fully presented with diplomas and woefully told that their days of leisure are no more. FEATURES ' SUMMER school . . . with the sun beat- ing down through the elms and oaks, casting wierd shadows on the scorching sidewalks below. Thoughts turn to the Huron where serious moments are not even expected. The isolated campus nestles in its lonesomeness, softly apart from the towering buildings of the city beyond. The Den ... its cool fountain tempting the Co-eds to enter and con- sume vast numbers of milkshakes and juleps. PAGE 466 FEATURES HBHBHBi SPRING and the month of May . . . with its flowers and its Maypole dances, luring the fairer sex into the great out-of-doors where they may frolic as the nymphs and fauns were wont to do in the Vale of Tempe. One might also see a Highland Fling, realistically danced in the Hills of the Arboretum. Spring football with its accompanying aches and strains Base- ball games where peanuts demand more attention than a double play. jfj . JT MaT PAGE 467 HONOR National Senior Honorary Society OFFICERS President VIRGINIA A. LOSEE V ice-President JEAN WALLACE Secretary , ... . GERTRUDE SMITH Treasurer ARLIENE HEILMAN Historian DOROTHY BLOOM Miss ALICE C. LLOYD FACULTY ADVISERS Miss MARGARET ELLIOT Miss LAURIE CAMPBELL MEMBERS DOROTHY BLOOM MARGARET BUSH HELEN FELLOWS MARJORIE FOLLMER DOROTHY GRIFFITH ARLIENE HEILMAN VIRGINIA LOSEE MARGARET OHLSON GERTRUDE SMITH JEAN WALLACE FOLLMER SMITH BUSH HEILMAN FELLOWS GRIFFITH LOSEE WALLACE BLOOM C LW PAGE 470 IIOXOR Senior Society Honorary Society for Independent Women OFFICERS President MARGARET C. BABCOCK Vice-President MARY LOUISE BROWN Secretary ERWILLI SCHNEIDER Treasurer . BETTY V. KAHN Miss ETHEL McCoRMicK PATRONESSES MRS. MYRA B. JORDAN- MARGARET C. BABCOCK MARY LOUISE BROWN BESSIE EGELAND E. VALBORG EGELAND MEMBERS BETTY V. KAHN ARLIENNE H. HEILMAN ERWILLI SCHNEIDER CATHERINE A. WIGLE IIOXOR ff yvern Junior Honorary Society OFFICERS President . Vice-President Treasurer . Secretary . ISABELLE RAYEN JANET MICHAEL MARGARET EAMAN HELEN CHEEVER MARY LOUISE BEHYMER HELEN CHEEVER KATHLEEN CLIFFORD ELEANORE COOKE HELEN DOMINE MARGARET EAMAN MARION GIMMY HELEN JONES ALBERTINA MASLEN RUTH MARSHALL FACULTY ADVISER Miss GRACE RICHARDS MEMBERS JANET MICHAEL MARGARET MORIN KATHERINE McMuRRAY ISABELLE RAYEN ROBERTA REED HERMINE SOUKUP ALICE SuNDERLAND ELIZABETH SUNDERLAND RUTH VANTUYL ELIZABETH WOOD JANE YEARND SOUKUP BEHYMKK CLIFFORD VAN TUYL E. WOOD CHEEVER E. SUNUERLAND MC MURRAY H. JONES MASLEN A. SUNDERI.AND COOKE YEARND MICHAEL EAMAN MORIN DOMINE MARSHALL RKEIJ (;IMMY mmmm PAGE 472 GENERAL PRATERMTIKS Founded College of New Jersey 1824 29 Active Chapters ALPHA TAU CHAPTER Established I8S Rf-fsiablished 1921 FREDERICK F. HI.ICKE, Pn.D. DONALD A. POLLOCK, A.B. ALEXANDER D. ROBERTSON, A.B. HOBART D. ANDREAE KENNETH O. BIRNEY DUANE E. BALDWIN PALMER BOLLINGER MAYNARD R. ANDREAE JOE P. GATES WILLIAM H. JORDAN HARRY S. KINNEY WILLIAM BROWN- KEITH GROSSMAN KRATRES IN FACULTATK ROBERT T. B. HALL, Pu.D. FRATRES IN URBE ALVA Ih A: i. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE KENNETH L. ROHRBACK, A.B. HAROLD G. CAPRON M. ROBERT DEO, A.B. Sfniors HENRY E. GROUSE Juniorj ROBERT D. DAVIDSON KASPER J. HALVERSON GEORGE E. HOFMEISTER Sophomores LAWRENCE Y. LUCEY PHILLIP LUTES ORVILLE E. PARKER Freshmen DAVID PATON ROY RoLLINGER PHILLIP RATHBONE T. TALBURT FOLEY, S.B. THEODORE H. ROETHKE, A.B. RUSSELL REED JAMES JORDAN ALBERT M. POST JAMES N. HOSNER WILLIAM F. Ross WILLIAM H. PENDELL, JR. W. LEE SLAYTON, JR. ROBERT BUTTON ROBERT D. TOWNSEND DUNCAN SHEPARD JOHN SPENCE ROLLINGER BOI.LINGER RATHBONE SIIEPARU BKOWN LUTES SPENCE POLLOCK TOWNSEND KINNEY SUTTON PATON PENDELL SLAYTON GATES BALDWIN HOSNER PARKER M. ANDREAE LUCEY W. JORDAN IIOFMKISTER HALVERSON H. ANDREAE BIRNEY A. J. JORDAN POST CROUSE DAVIDSON 377 H GENERAL FRATERNITIES H Founded Columbia University 1912 OMICRON CHAPTER Established 1921 MARVIN AVERBOOK, A.B. IRVING GOLDSTEIN, A.B. MARVIN JACOBS, A.B. IRVING APISDORF BENJAMIN FISHMAN HERBERT GOLDBERG MORRIS BISHKO FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JOSEPH LAPIN, A.B. BURTON MARKS, A.B. Seniors Louis GOLTZ Juniors EDWARD ELIEZER MORRIS SCHILLER EDWARD ROBINSON, A.B. MAXWELL RUBIN, A.B. ABRAHAM SATOVSKY, A.B. MAX ISBERG HERMAN KOFFMAN PHILLIP SEIDEL MILTON SOROCK ARTHUR COHEN NORMAN ELIEZER Sophomores HOWARD GOULD SIDNEY RAIKE JACK SCHWARTZ STANLEY BENJAMIN EDWARD BERMAN ARNOLD BLUMENFELD Freshmen MORRIS BORIN ROBERT FREYDBERG LEE GOODMAN SIDNEY KRONFELD SIDNEY TOBIAS RUBIN E. ELIEZER GOULD LAPIN MARKS SOROCK APISDORF SEIDEL GOLTZ SCHILLER KOFFMAN JACOBS BISHKO ROBINSON AVERBOOK FISHMAN GOLDSTEIN SATOVSKY N. ELIEZER GOLDBERG TOBIAS BENJAMIN FREYDBERG BLUMENFELD COHEN GOODMAN BERMAN KRONFELI) Founded College of City of New York 1904 ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER Eslablished 1921 24 Active Chapters pson WILLIAM E. KLEIN, A.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE EMANUEL BRANDES, A.B. JEROME COHN, A.B. HAROLD DORMAN MELVILLE H. DOTTENHEIM Seniors ALWYN V. FREEMAN DONALD J. KAUFMANN LAWRENCE NATHAN MILTON N. OPPEHNHEIMER MILTON C. PICARD, JR. Louis LEFTWICH, JR. STANLEY LEVISON JACK 1. LEVY Juniors SAMUEL U. MAAS, JR. CHARLES NAHM, JR. THEODORE OPPENHEIM STEWART A. SCHLOSS ROBERT L. SLOSS MELVIN BENSTOCK Sophomores MYRON FEINBERG JAY JACOBSON Louis KUSIN CHARLES ABRAHAM, JR. PAUL BERLOWITZ SAM GREENWOOD Freshmen BEN HIBSMAN CLIFFORD PACKARD JEROME ROSENTHAL JEROME SHAPIRO JULIAN TOBIAS MEYER WINEGARDEN WINEGARDEN BERLOWITZ ROSENTHAL PACKARD SHAPIRO HIBSMAN TOBIAS GREENWOOD JACOBSON BENSTOCK FEINBERG KUSIN ABRAHAM NAHM MAAS LEVY SLOSS OPPENHEIM LEVISON LEFTWICH SCHLOSS NATHAN OPPEHNHEIMER DOTTENHEIM PICARD KLEIN FREEMAN KAUFMANN COHN PACE 379 GENERAL FRATERNITIES PHI XI CHAPTER Established 1921 O W. F. HUNT, PH.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE J. M. NICKELSON, B.S., (M.E.) C. C. WAGNER, A.M. FRANCIS A. BELL, A.B. NORTON CANFIELD EARL L. MEIXNER, A.B. CLARENCE M. CATO ALVIN G. DAHLEM WILLIAM S. GODFREY ALLAN B. CAI.LAHAN FRATRES IN UNIVERS1TATE CHARLES M. MILLER, A.B. Seniors THOMAS H. JOLLS J. DONALD POUND Juniors THOMAS L. O ' NEIL FRANCIS D. PATRICK FRANKLIN J. RAUNER, A.B. HENRY E. E. SHAW, A.B. CHARLES A. RENICK ROBERT D. RISK WALTER M. TREVOR JOSEPH R. ROYSTON CHARLES E. SMF.AI. Sophomores CHARLES R. SPROWL STEWART M. WHITE JOSEPH A. WINTER RONALD C. DYE FREDERICK HOLCOMB HOWARD M. LAMB Freshmfn WILLIAM M. MC! ' ' AWN ADRIAN J. MERTAUGH MAX H. MOVER HENRY J. TREVARROW ROBERT G. YOUNG HOLCOMB TREVARROW MERTAUGH YOUNG LAMB MC FAWN SMEAL SPROWL ROYSTON o ' NEIL WHITE WINTER CAL1.AHAN POUND MEIXNER PATRICK JOLLS CATO RENICK GODFREY MIl.I.EK PAGE 380 GENERAL FRATERNITIES Alpha, Founded University of VirginiaM868 72 Active Chapters BETA TAU CHAPTER Established 1922 LAURENCE M. GOULD, Sc.D. RALPH BELKNAP, Sc.D. 1-RATRES IN FACULTATE RUSSEL C. HUSSEY, PH.D. CARL FORTUNE, M.D. NEWTON S. BEMENT, M.A. D. MAYNARD PHELPS, M.B.A. HARRY ALI.F.N, M.A. LI EVANS SCHMELING, A.B. EVANS GRIFFING, A.B. M. SCUDDER GRIFFING, A.B. H. WINSTON HATHAWAY HARLAN F. HEDDEN MILTON J. RUEGER I.LURU E. DAVIS JOHN P. DIEHL LAWRENCE E. HARTWIG JOHN O. INNES JOHN H. BIERCE WILLIAM P. BUTLER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE C. WENDELL SMITH, A.B. HOMER E. DUNLAP, A.B. Seniors DALE A. SEYMOUR DALTON G. SEYMOUR Juniors JAMES H. MACINTOSH GEORGE E. MATTHEWS JOHN RANNEY Sophomores CLARENCE E. HAAS CHARLES W. McCoLL WILLIAM II. PALMKK J. EDGAR FINLEY, A.B. PHILLIP HENNINGER, A.B. W. KARL SCHMIDT, A.B. JAMES E. THAYER LAWRENCE E. WALKLEY ROBERT H. ZOUL JOSEPH ROPER ROBERT E. SMITH DAVID D. STRUTHERS HERBERT H. U.NSWORTH GILBERT PEF.T CI.YBORNE URQUHART MILTON BOBENG J. DUDLEY GRIFFING Freshmen RAYMOND LATTA (IILHF.RT PALMER El). A. TlIAYER LATTA BOBENG MC COLL E. THAYER PEET SIKKENGA GRIFFING BIERCE PALMER HARTWIfi ROPER BUTLER URQUHART DARCUS HAAS INNES STRUTHERS DIEHL C. W. SMITH BROWN YOUNG I NswoRTH R. SMITH ZOUL HATHAWAY DAVIS RUKGER THAYER D. G. SEYMOUR D. A. SEYMOUR WALKLEY HEDDEN PAGE 381 U GENERAL FRATERXITIES Founded University of Michigan 1922 3 Active Chapters BETA CHAPTER Established 1922 oru JOHN W. WELLMAN, A.R. II. LEROY SELMEIER, A.B. JOSEPH S. SCHERMACK JOHN Q. LANGEN JOE B. SMITH NEIL F. WARREN ERWIN J. BENZ THOMAS S. PERKINS LAWRENCE V. MESSERSMITH LAWRENCE M. P. DARROW NEIL A. GATES FRATRES IN FACULTATE CLARENCE F. KESSLER, M.S.E. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE MILTON J. DRAKE, A.B. Seniors FRANKLIN E. QUALE DAVID L. SUNDELL WALDRON W. TEMPLEMAYR WAYNE E. DAVIS Juniors JAMES C. HILLS JAMES E. SPENCER Sophomores ROBERT R. MILLER Freshmen WESLEY C. GEISLER JOHN H. Huss m 1 $ i It ? " t f t f-t ? f MILTON C. McCREERY, A.B. RALPH NELSON E. EVERET LOFBEXG F. LEO WEST DONALD C. WEBSTER ROBERT A. MARTING CLARK W. FULTON CHARLES M. DAVIS FRANCIS H. SPENCER WILLIAM TRINGHAM NORMAN C. TUTTLE F. SPENCER MESSERSMITH PERKINS J. SPENCER C. DAVIS MILLER WARREN DRAKE FULTON MC CREERY SELMEIER BENZ WEST SMITH WEBSTER TEMPLEMAYR QUALE SCHERMACK LANGEN SUNDELL W. DAVIS " ILLS DARROW TRINGHAM GATES HUSS GEISLER TUTTLE GENERAL FRATERNITIES stf Founded City College of New York 1910 16 Active Chapters NU CHAPTER Established 1922 FRATRKS IN UNIVERSITATE BERNARD W. ROSENBERG, A.B. LESTER S. SMITH, A.B. LAWRENCE L. BURGER MILTON G. COHN JACK ELIASOHN BERNARD B. FRIEDLAND Senior s JEROME B. JACKSON WILLIAM S. KAPLAN DONALD LAVINE MILTON S. MARX HARRY NEIMAN HAROLD L. PASSMAN ALFRED L. SINGER THEODORE S. WILK MILTON S. ASH Juniors SEYMOUR S. LOWEN HAROLD W. WEINSTEIN HARVEY M. BALCH SAMUEL BRAIKER Sophomores JACK GREENBERG Louis KAPLAN VICTOR SPECTOR CLEMENT ZIPPERSTEIN HARRY JUROW Freshmen EDWIN KRETSKE SIDNEY ROSENTHAL GEORGE M. 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KRAUS HAROLD E. MACLEAN Freshmen JOHN C. NORTON J. TRUMAN STEINKE THEO. L. TROST, A.M. NEIL H. WILLIAMS, PH.D. HARRY L. ZUCK, B.S., (M.E.) ZUCK, B.S. (ARCH.) E. MILTON STAUB, A.B. JOHN D. TODD, A.B. ROLLAND D. SEVERY IVAN J. WANLESS FRANCIS E. WHEELER DONALD H. WILLIAMS R. WARREN ROCKEFELLER LISBON H. SCHMEISKE MURRAY A. WRIGHT JESSE S. SOHN Louis S. VEENSTRA HENTZ VEENSTRA DOTY MAC LEAN KRAUS H. DUNSTAN NORTON STEINKE LAURENSON MURRAY SCHMEISKE WRIGHT SOHN LANDRE G. DUNSTAN JENSON MC GII.LIARD BADGER WILLIAMS STAUB BOSTRUM ALLEN BOI.EY WANLESS MICKLE CAIN R. JOHNSON LAY HOWELL BENTON SEVERY M. JOHNSON HACKETT ROCKEFELLER PAGE 384 GENERAL Founded V : ermont University 1918 14 Active Chapters GAM.MA BETA CHAPTER Established 1922 BURKE SHARTELL, S.J.D. ROBERT H. SHERLOCK, B.S. CHAS. D. COGSHALI. ARTHUR K. UARBAKER ORMAND J. DRAKE MILES E. BEAMER T. KENNETH BRADY HARRY E. CAMPBELL GORDON T. DAUN GEORGE T. GRIGGS THOMAS E. HARRIS JAMES W. HARRIS ROY M. DUDLEY GILBERT W. 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MARSHALL, B.A.E. WILLIAM J. BOOTH FRATRES IN URBE T. NELSON JEFFRES GEORGE L. PATTEE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE BRIAN W. BLAKELY, A.B. VERLING C. ENTEMAM, A.B. PAUL L. ADAMS CALVIN BANWELL Seniors DEAN B. HAMMOND STAFFORD H. HODDER JAMES B. OSBORNE WILLIAM H. REID, JR. JAMES B. ROBERTS, JR. LESTER C. LEMKE EDWARD G. SCHIEFFELIN, II THOMAS M. COOLEY, II HENRY T. GAGE JOHN S. MARSHALL, III FORREST W. BALDWIN O. KEITH BALDWIN Jun iors KENNETH E. WILCOX Sophomores EDWARD S. McKAY ROBERT MILLER Freshmen HOTZEL H. BODE GURNEY WILLIAMS, JR. ROBERT W. WOODROOFE, JR. FRANCIS PARKS WALTER W. SAUER RICHARD L. TOBIN A. RUSSELL CLARKE HARRY S. PRICE K. BALDWIN RUMPEL BODE TOBIN COOLEY MC KAY F. BALDWIN PRICE CLARKE PARKS GAGE LEMKE SCHIEFFELIN WOODROOFE WILLIAMS WILCOX MARSHALL MILLER ROBERTS HODDER REID BANWELL HAMMOND OSBORNE ADAMS BLAKELY mmmm PAGE 386 WAV GENERAL FRATERNITIES Founded Miami University 1906 42 Active Chapters TAU CHAPTER Eslablishfd 1923 .app MATT MANN LA ERN HYDE GEORGE E. 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CULVER TODD LARSON KNOWLES HELLER KINNKY HASTIE LUKENS GEORGE VICARY HYDE SCHMIDGALL RONAN SCOVILLB SCHMIDT BRADLEY WARNER ELLICOCK TRAPP HUBBARD COLL CURRIE KERBY LANGBLL STEWART mzmm 387 GENERAL FRATERNITIES . Founded Columbia University 1910 CHI CHAPTER Established 1923 au J-lipsilon Ki L FRATRES IN URBE TOMMIE H. MACK, A.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE RUBEN D. WAX, A.B. I. EDWARD GRODSKY Seniors CARL LEIBOVITZ MORRIS A. TARGER ABE J. EDELSTEIN Juniors JEROME W. ENGLE OSCAR L. FRANKEL EUGENE J. BLUMBERG BEN Z. FRANKEL Sophomores SAMUEL P. FRANKEL ERVIN GREENBAUM ELLIOT A. IMERMAN MORTON V. ARBITER GEORGE FEIN Freshmen EUGENE J. FRIDMAN SEYMOUR PEARLMUTTER HOWARD SILVERMAN BI.UMBEkG B. FHANKEL O. FRANKEL LEI BOVITZ FR10MAN EIJELSTEIN GRODSKY WAX PEARLMUTTER ARBITER S. FRANKEL MACK GREENBAUM TARGER ENGLE SILVERMAN . PAGE 388 GENERAL PIIATKRMTIES Founded College of City of New York 1909 31 Active Chapters SIGMA IOTA CHAPTKR Established 1923 Louis E. BROVERMAN PETER FRIED LAND FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE JOSEPH D. GOLDSMITH HERMAN KLINE ALAN LEVY, A.B. JESSE S. RITT GABRIEL N. ALEXANDER LEONARD DUCKMAN Seniors LEON EICHEL SAMUEL M. HANAUER MORTON S. KAUFMAN MILLARD B. DEUTSCH DONALD J. FEERER JOSEPH GELMAN SAMUEL D. GOLDBERG Juniors JOSEPH H. KATZ MILTON D. KLIVANS EI.IAS A. MILLER HAROLD E. NIMZ AMELIUS B. SEGALL NORMAN L. SPELKE WILFRED E. WEINSTOCK JULIAN R. BARIT IRVING W. COLEMAN JOSEPH FRANK Sophomores DONALD E. HERSCHFIELD RICHARD A. KOCH LESTER M. MAY MELVIN MARWIL ARNOLD J. SEIDMAN MAURICE A. COHEN BERNARD EPPS HERBERT FRANK Freshmen MORTON FRANK IRVING GINSBERG ALBERT HABIF ROBERT N. MAZER RALPH SCHULTZ HA " BIF MARWIL M. FRANK COHEN J. FRANK MAZKR H FRANK EPPS HERSCHFIELD KEERER KLINE NIMZ KATZ MAY SEIOMAN KOCH BARIT CELMAN GOLDBERG DEUTSCH KLIVANS KAUFMAN WEINSTOCK PAGE 389 GENERAL FRATERNITIES Founded Syracuse University 18 Active Chapters OMICRON CHAPTER Established 1923 ta FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE C. D. SUSANO, B.S., M.S. ALFRED BERARDUCCI ANTHONY F. CENTANNI FRANK G. GIAMBRONE FRANK E. JEANNETTE JOHN A. CHERRY Seniors ANTHONY J. LARocco EMIL J. LAURETTI JOHN LoCRiccHio Juniors JOSEPH A. GATTOZZI ANTHONY F. PACELL SANDRON S. PARENTI AUGUST R. ROTI DOMENIC E. SuLLO ARCHIE A. ROTUNNO FRANK A. BATTEL EDWARD C. CIOCCA Sophomores CHARLES L. DIFRANCESCO ANTHONY L. FRYE Louis H. POLETO ALDO W. SALA FRANK D. COLOPIETRO Freshmen VINCENT J. DIFRANCESCO FRYE BATTEL COLOPIETRO CIOCCA C. DI FRANCESCO V. DI FRANCESCO DE STEFANO SALA SUSANO LO CRICCHIO LAPACA GATTOZZI POLETO ROTUNNO CHERRY DISSULO ' ' PACELLA CENTANNI ROTI BERARDUCCI PARENTI JEANNETTE GIAMBRONE f Jti 390 FRATERNITIES Founded Brown University 1889 23 Active Chapters NU CHAPTER Established 1024 GEORGE BURKE FRATRES IN URBE MARTIN J. CAVANAUCH EDWARD F. CONLIN FRANK L. FRATRES IN UN1VERSITATE EUGENE A. GILLIS ARMOUR G. BARBER FEDELE F. FAURI ROBERT E. FELIX JOHN A. BOYD EDWARD O. D ' ANNA Senior PATRICK E. MCCAUGHEY, JR. PAUL C. MURPHY Juniors JOHN J. DRABICKE CLAUDE M. GUNN WILLIAM A. MURPHY PAUL C. RYAN CLAUDE A. TROTTER CHARLES P. PIPER WILLIAM A. SNYDER JEREMIAH P. BUCKLEY THOMAS K. DONNELLY Sophomores EMMET EGAN JACK B. KREKELER EDWARD J. McCoRMicK ROBERT O ' BRIEN RAYMOND F. SMITH BERNARD L. BARASA Freshmen JERRY C. GRUITCH JAMES B. SUTTON JOSEPH O. WHITE SUTTON BUCKLEY O ' BRIEN PIPER BOYD SMITH GKUITCH MC CORMICK KREKELER DONNELLY SNYDER GUNN D ' ANNA EGAN RYAN BARBER DRABICKE MURPHY FELIX TROTTER FAURI MURPHY Ann 391 GENERAL FRATERNITIES MHMBMPHHPMHMMMMMft: Founded Vale University 1895 17 Active Chapters EPSILON CHAPTER Established 1913 Re-established 1924 REUBEN L. KAHN, M.S., Sc.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE THEOPHILE RAPHAEL, A.M., M.D. PHILIP JAY, D.D.S., M.S. STANLEY S. GILBERT, A.B. EMANUEL J. HARRIS, A.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE EDWARD B. GREENSPAN, B.S. EUGENE A. WEINBERG, A.B. OSCAR R. SIMON, A.B. MORRIS F.SMAN DAVID D. BLUMENSTEIN Seniors ALVIN R. KATZ GERSON REICHMAN RICHARD S. WUINT ROBERT J. 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EVANS FROST KROPP COLLICK TON 492 EAGLESFIELD Freshman Qirls Qlee President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Librarian OFFICERS JANET ALLEN VINSELLE BARTLETT FRANCES BEACH JEAN BENTLEY MAVIE BOHANNA BARBARA BRAUN DORIS BuRNSTEIN MARTHA CANTRELL RUTH ANN CAROL AILEEN CLARK BETTY CLARK JEAN COWDEN GENEVIEVE DAVIS HELEN DE VITT JANET DRISCOLL DOROTHY DUNLAP MEMBERS ELIZABETH EAGLESFIELD MARY ENGLE MARGARET FERRIN ELAINE FINNEY VIRGINIA FORSYTHE GERTRUDE GRAVES ELIZABETH GRIBBLE ERDENE GRIFFITH MIRIAM GORDON LELIA HENDRICKS GRACE HENRY LUCILLE HOFFMAN PATRICIA HUME RETA PEARL MC()MBER PAULINE MILBURN AUDREY MITCHELL . HELEN DE ITT ELIZABETH EAGLESFIELD . MARGARET O ' BRIEN . RETA PEARL McOMBER MARGARET FERRIN DOROTHY NORRIS MARGARET O ' BRIEN ESTHER PHILLIPS MARIAM ROOT FLOY SAWYER CATHERINE SHEA FLORA SIMS SYLVIA SOLOMON RUTH STESEL ANN TOBIN RUTH UNSWORTH HELEN VANDERBURGH MARGARET WALLACE HAZEL WOLFE AGNES ZEBORNICK HELEN ZIEFLE UNSWORTH MILBURN CLARK DUNLAP BOHANNA MITCHELL DRISCOLL ALLEN MCOMBER BENTLEY BRAUN CANTRELL ZIEFLE DE WITT FERRIN O ' BRIEN HUME ROOT i.ui MMI.F. CLARK BARTLETT SIMS TOBIN ENCLE SOLOMON GRAVES YANDKRBURC.H ZEBORNICK COWUEN WALLACE DAVIS FINNEV PHILLIPS KAOLESFIELD OUcEN BEACH SAWYER WOLFE NORRIS PAG] 493 Ac Tin TIES Black OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer FRANCES SACK.ETT MERLE ELSWORTH ELIZABETH ASSET MARGARET KRAMER MEMBERS CLOVICE ALEXANDER ELIZABETH ASSET HELEN BARC JEAN BOSWELL HELEN DANCER MERLE ELSWORTH BARBARA FLEURY RHEE GOUDY GENEVRA GINN JEAN GILMAN MARGARET HARRIS FRANCES JENNINGS MARGARET KRAMER MARY BELLE LONG FRANCES SACKETT ELIZABETH PFEIFFER BARC GILMAN JENNINGS BOSWELL LONG PFEIFFER ALEXANDER KRAMER ELSWORTH SACKETT FLEURY ASSET PAGE 494 ATHLETICS WOMEN ' S ATHLETICS Women ' s Field House PAGE 496 MISS CAMPBELL MISS MC CORMICK Women s Physical Education Staff Professor of Physical Education Assistant Professor of Physical Education . Assistant Professor of Physical Education . Assistant Professor of Physical Education . Lecturer Instructor of Physical Education ... Instructor of Physical Education Instructor of Physical Education Instructor of Physical Education . . . Instructor of Physical Education Instructor of Physical Education DR. MARGARET BELL Miss ETHEL McCoRMicK Miss LAURIE CAMPBELL Miss ALICE EVANS Miss ELIZABETH HALSEY Miss RUTH M. HASSINGER . Miss EDITH EARTH EL . Miss GRACE BRAUNINGER Miss ELLA B. RAWLINGS Miss SYLVIA ADAMS . Miss DOROTHY COLBY Harbour Gymnasium PAGE 497 WOMEN ' S ATHLETICS Dorthy Touff President Janet Michael I ' ice-President Dorothy Griffith Secretary Elizabeth Whitney Treasurer Women s Athletic Association Professor of Physical Faculty Adviser President . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer . Point Recorder Publicity Manager Intramural Hockey Manager . Basketball Manager Education . . . DR. BELL Miss DOROTHY COLBY DOROTHY TOUFF JANET MICHAEL DOROTHY GRIFFITH MARY ELIZABETH WHITNEY RUTH MARSHALL JEAN LEVY DORIS RENKENBERGER FRANCIS BIELBY MARGARET OHLSON Baseball Manager . Archery Manger Bowling Manager . Swimming Manager . Golf Manager ... Outdoor Manager . Riding Manager Rifle Manager . . . Dancing Manager . Tennis Manager Chairman of A.C.A.C.W. GERTRUDE SMITH ARLENE HEILMAN . DOROTHY BIRDZELL MILDRED CASSIDY KATHRYN McMuRRAY DOROTHY ELLSWORTH BETTY HEALY . HELEN NICOL DOROTHY FELSKE MARGARET EAMAN . LOUISE CODY LEVY HEILMAN BIELBY CODY NICOL DR. BELT. GRIFFITH TOUFF MARSHALL MC MURRAY OHLSON MICHAEL FELSKE HEALY WHITNEY ELLSWORTH RENKENHEERGER MISS COLBY HIRUZELL PAGE 498 WOMEN ' S ATHLETICS Women ' s Field House Intramural i Faculty Adviser ... , Miss RUTH HASSINGER Chairman DORIS RENKENBERGER Hockey Manager ALBERTINA MASLIN Baseball Manager .... DOROTHY MARSHICK Basketball Manager .... .... DOROTHY SAMPLE SAMPLE MARSHICK MISS HASSINGER RENKENBERGER MAS1.IN PAGE 499 WOMEN ' S ATHLETICS ! Interclass Hockey Senior team is again victorious in Interclass Hockey competition. Freshmen were runners-up of the title, and offered strong opposi- tion throughout the season. BIELBY KUCHINSKI GEIB OHLSON C ASSI D Y GRABOWSKY BLOOM STAHL MARSHICK SCHMIDT PAGE 500 ssssss. BBBHHBHB Intramural Hockey Zeta Tau Alpha crashed through all opposing Hockey Elevens to win the Intramural cup. COLE CASSIUV HAMILTON THOMPSON M. ELSWORTH I). E1.SWURTH III KKHAKUI ABERLE OHLSON TEMPLE HENDRICKS BO(;ER mimm 501 WOMEN ' S ATHLETICS Swimm ing Swimming is one of the favorite activities of the elective sport classes. Below the major class is lined up for the initial dive. wax 502 I e kX r Golf classes and tournaments offer opportunity for the amateur, not only to participate in the sport, but to attain proficiency. PAGE 503 WOMEN ' S ATHLETICS Archery Girls ' archery classes learning to hit the bull ' s eye. Riding classes have been initiated into the Women ' s Athletic Schedule for the first time this year, and are credited as required gymnasium. ! II ' OMKX ' S .ITIILKTICS basketball Practicing for the tournament. The interclass and intramural tourneys were run off in the early spring. Ai4 WOMEN ' S ATHLETICS . Rifle The rifle team under the coaching of Captain Custis, engaged in outside competition, entering several short matches and tourna- ments. SCHOOF NICOL CAPT. CUSIIS EDMANDS GRICE WOMEN ' S ATHLETICS ' Bowling Opening of the bowling alleys to the general campus this year is an innovation in the Women ' s Athletic Association policy. WOMEN ' S ATHLETICS " Tennis Tennis tournaments sponsored each spring and fall by Women ' s Athletic Association are popular events in the sports program. Women ' s Tennis Courts on Palmer Field. PAGE 508 .ITIILKTICS Kffflfflf. U atural ' Dancing Natural dancing classes are the one element of interpretive and artistic nature in the physical education curriculum. The year ' s work culminates in the annual Freshman Pageant held in May. wm PAGE 509 kf i WOMEN ' S ATHLETICS HBMMMW_ ' Skiing Many skiing parties have been sponsored by the Women ' s Athletic Association this year. Fencing Miss Ethel Rawlings has conducted fencing classes throughout the year. The art has a growing universal popularity among women. Ol 510 WOMEN ' S .ITHU- ' .TICS INiQffi IJ A ' A lk T Freshmen Week Activities on " Palmer Field PAGE 511 WOMEN ' S A THLETICS i ' AWA 1 ran PAGE S12 OOP EXCERPTS FROM The Journeys of Traverse Qulliver BEING A TRUE CHRONICLE OF TRAVELS IN THE VARIOUS FRATERNITIES VHEN one first views the Brown, stone Mansion on State Street, with its lofty tower overlooking the Union, one feels that something still remains of the Michigan of Civil War days. But how different is its interior with its shaggy-haired artists Ellison and Hempstead and others. In the rear of the house is a much smaller house which they call Mine, or is it Mimes? The habitues of this former pile spoke with an accent typical of East Side Detroit, from which many have left their families (just think of it!) to join this artist colony. Well, anyway, getting back to this little house they call " Mine, " it is here where their stage- loving members, Clancy, Hempstead, Trem- ble Co., express themselves, and incident- ally their ego. Tremble, the dark, good- looking member of the colony, seemed to be the head man, and sort of officiated when any officiating had to be done. I really enjoyed my visit among the Zetes. They made one feel at home, although they didn ' t seem to have a great deal of interest in food guess they exist on things more aesthetic. AFTER leaving my last stop I hurriedly passed up the Union on discovering that the Cosmopolitan Club was meeting in the lobby, since I am English after all; and I passed on down State Street. The next building which attracted my attention must have been the town hall, and not having the key to the city I went on my way. The next place what a prominent location for a livery stable! Being a great admirer of thorough- breds I swung the gate, and was met by a youth, probably a first year student, who inquired if I were applying for a place on their legacy waiting list. When I recovered from the shock of finding that this was a fraternity house, the youth led me to a large plate-glass window, where I perched on a window seat presumably to impress out- siders that this was a fraternity house. In a short while tea was served, and I asked for brandy, since the place was exceedingly chilly. When a youth called Kleene announc- ed that they were all teetotallers, a giggle was heard to arise from all the members seated in the several leather chairs. This ribaldry (Continued on page " ' ) 513 wmmm m Further Travels in By A BOILER SALESMAN I DO not expect this, my story, to be believed by the world. In view of the certain censure that the writing of this is sure to bring down upon my head, I consider that in so doing I have committed an act that is both courageous and foolhardy. But no matter . . . Columbus was laughed at too. I was a young and carefree boiler sales- man, with no particular aim in life except to sell an occasional boiler for my employers, Rosenblatt, Smith, Smith, Rosenblatt, and Smith, and though many of my prospective buyers declaimed in loud tones that they did did not care to purchase an occasional boiler, I was happy in my naive, unsophisticated way, and enjoyed life. Then came my adven- ture and with it the iconoclastic effects of travel and experience. 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IT WAS with considerable excitement that I crossed the threshold of the Chi Psi Lodge. I was sure that a lodge would be far different from the usual run of collegiate fraternity houses. But I was sorely disap- pointed for the lodge was similar to in- numerable other houses on the campus, and its occupants were more so. I was most suspicious of one they called Swanson perhaps I was justified in thinking he was the campus bootlegger; you know, looks are deceiving. Then, there was another who introduced himself as Leonard, the editor of the college annual. A twinkling of his eye warned me against inquiring into his private affairs. My visit to the " lodge " gave me my first opportunity of observing a leading lady off stage, and how surprised I was to see just a shy, unassuming boy from up state, whose name is William Browne. The next person I confronted was a man named Dusenbury, who stopped just long enough to utter some mysterious phrase and then passed on a most peculiar person, resem- bling Sherlock Holmes or a Dutch Windmill. By this time I had decided that something was different, and feeling the atmosphere growing more mysterious I went back up State Street. OPPOSITE the Lodge, then, to where I found a group which is versatile if nothing else. In fact, this outfit could, upon occasion, be entirely self-sufficient every field of human endeavor is represented in their midst dramatics, athletics, journalism and, of course, politics! You really can ' t blame the curley-locked Garrison for going wrong when he had before him throughout his formative years such a virulent, glaring example of the ward boss as Reif. Justice personified, Ernie (Continued on page 5S) PACE 521 MAT ATOM !w!l frM+%1 ADVER TISEMEX TS " A monument to the Hearst conviction that newspapers should be devoted to the Truth, Justice and Public Service DETROIT TIMES One of the 28 Hearst Newspapers Read by 20,000,000 Americans The New Home of The Detroit Times was a regular father to the lads who partic- ipated in the Freshman Games. Chairman Manss of the Opera and Manager Quinn of basketball are perfect pictures of health and affluence. And why shouldn ' t they be? Why did the Opera go in debt? Why did the cage squad look undernourished after a trip? This illicit prosperity might have been excusable had the two guilty parties shown any inclina- tions toward philanthropy. But when one of their own brothers in Theta Delta Chi (BOOM!) becomes as emaciated as Joe Russell (the gent who writes a lot of this guff about " tank squads, gridders, puck chasers, cinder artists, " etc.) whose very hair has fallen out through lack of nourish- ment, why it ' s getting pretty bad. Graft and corruption do not pay. Rome had its fall. Watch out, boys! AND so to that holy of holies in which Oosterbaan lived during his undergraduate days how could we forget it? As I walked in and started to hang my hat on the hall- tree, the hall-tree moved, and informed me its name was Gilmartin. This was not the great Gilmartin rather it was his brother. He, too, will be a big boy some day. He conducted me in to where an impressionistic looking gentleman was seated at a piano, chewing on a pencil and running his fingers through his black, stringy hair. From time to time he would strike a chord on the piano. W ' henever he would do this little lad with such a sweet face would jum p up and start in on a song and dance then, as the chord would end, leaving the ears protesting, the little fellow would look disappointed and sit down to resume his reading of " Billboard, " that handbook of every real trouper. This twain must have been Mayers and Dal- rymple, those two who did their best to save the Opera from the clutches of Zeta Psi (a worthy cause). And to think I had seen them both at once. My, my! (Continued on page - ' }) PACE 522 ADVERTISEMENTS wJM FOR RINGS AND THINGS LIKE THAT TO GRACE THE LOVELIEST OF HANDS THERE IS NOTHING FINER THAN A CHOICE [RING TO CEMENT THE TIES OF PLEASANT ASSOCIATION PARTICULARLY IF IT IS MOUNTED WITH A FRATERNITY COAT OF ARMS-BE IT FOR GRADUATION, A BIRTH. DAY, OR JUST BECAUSE. AND, FOR THE SUMMER VACATION, IT IS CONSIDERED THE SMART THING. 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Our mental reactions are predicated largely upon our immediate environment and the things that lie closest to our hands. If But whatever the activities of a busy world may suggest as worthy of mention, the thoughtful reader finds it sensibly and adequately told in The Detroit Free Press. [ News of the world ' s business is the news of our needs, whether the discus- sion hinges upon naval armaments, the trends of finance, the planting of a garden or the purchase of a hat. | Whatever the field, The Detroit Free Press presents the news first the news of our needs. QREENE ' S Gleaners and Dyers The Cleaners with IT In ANN ARBOR Qompliments of THE CHUBB HOUSE But still another treat was in store for me. I was conducted to the Alpha Sig sanctum sanctorum, the very room in which slept the great, great Lowry- that defender of all that is good, the people ' s choice. He was asleep; and on his face was the smile of righteousness which comes only to the worthy. So impressed was I that I could no longer endure the company of common men, but had to rush out to the street, to be alone with my thoughts. As I entered that oh! so English cloistered affair at 1000 Hill St., I came upon the inmates all gathered about their smart white fireplace. They seemed to be in the midst of a business meeting, or something. The first thing to be discussed after I got there was the case of a freshman who had come to dinner without a stiff collar on. It was agreed to punish him by subjecting him to a week ' s treatment as any other Michigan (Continued on page 526) PAGE 524 fe ADVERTISEMENTS 1855 ' S EVE NTY- FIFTH ANNIVERSARY . 1930 BY what distinguishing marks can one recognize a Crane bathroom? This room, for example, with its simple lines and unre- strained color is fraught with the spirit of to- day; yet it is no more characteristic of Crane Co. than is the Dioclecean bath, stately and classical enough for a Roman Villa. It is impossible to say that any one type is typi- cal of Crane rooms. Crane fixtures, fittings and layouts are planned to serve too many purposes . . . factories as well as mansions . . . stadia and gymnasiums as well as dormito- ries and hotels . . . cottages as well as apart- ments. There is, however, one distinguishing mark of all Crane plumbing installations . . . comfort. This is a quality that belongs to every Crane equipped room, regardless of how much or how little was expended on it. Ka v, CRAN Fittings FIXTURES, VALVES, FITTINGS, AND PIPING, FOR DOMESTIC AND INDUSTRIAL USB Crane Co., General Office : 8)6 S. Michigan tve. , Chicago Branehtt and tatet offices tn one hundred and mntty crttct PAGE 525 ADVERTISEMENTS The Upjohn Company Makers of Fine Pharmaceuticals for the Physician Home Office and Laboratories KALAMAZOO MICHIGAN BRANCH OFFICES New York Kansas City San Francisco Quality is Our Hobby . . . . Service is Our Habit B. E. MUEHLIG DRY GOODS 126 South Main Street student none of the members was to speak to him on the street. Next came a long and protracted controversy on how to pledge 25 or 30 men and thus enable the house to stand the shock of deferred rushing. The subject of rushing led naturally to the drawing up of another petition to get the house back into the Palladium. All the officiating seemed to be done by a man named Tilley. This fellow continually remarked about " running edits " and " Daily copy, " and such things, in order, he said, to arouse the campus to a full realization of what a terrible thing this deferred rushing would be. From time to time a loud shout would emanate from the brass lungs of a sawed-off man called " Todd " . This latter and Tilley seemed to be the chief arguments against calling the Psi Upsilon house " the house without grounds. " True, the place does need grounds and these two are doing their best to furnish some grounds for its existence, seeing that their own existence is utterly inexcusable. Their best efforts are, however, largely nullified by the presence among their midst of a weird-looking speci- men who claims to be a hurdler from Barton Hills. This fellow will probably tell his grandchildren (if any) how he kept training by running four or five miles back and forth to school every day and when the kids look at him they ' ll believe it! The English atmos- phere which pervades the place has already had a horrible effect. Aside from snap-brim hats and the like, this British aura has already sent one man the way of all Rhodes scholars. Well, he brought it upon himself and the house to a large extent he trained for years for the blessed event. Who hasn ' t seen his weird haircuts, homely tweed suits with high-water pants, homely Dunhill pipes, ungodly non-descript British Brogans, and general air of studied indifference? Why don ' t these men try using the hot- box on rushees? They might be able to (Continued on page 530) PAGE 526 r Jam% ADVERTISEMENTS HCTR) GRPHS Forever SPECIALIZING IN THE FINEST PORTRAITS AND GIVING UNEQUALLED SERVICE Negatives always kept on file so that you may secure additional pictures at any time. 332 South State Street ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN PAGE 527 AD VER T I SEMEN TS Saginaw Michigan A GROWING and thriving city, situated on Saginaw Bay of Lake Huron, is con- stantly attracting new industry. The facility of water transportation on the Great Lakes by their improved water front, combined with the cooperative attitude of established industry, offers an unusually attractive offer to industrial enterprises of merit. For information regarding the advantages of this progressive industrial and commercial center write: The Saginaw Chamber of Commerce This advertisement has been made possible by the contributions of the following firms: Bolton Auto Co. Frantz-Spence Second National Bank Wickes Bros. ADVERTISEMENTS Women ' s Athletic Building " rfT-r, Modern Construction Exemplified by Modern Methods New First National Bank Building Ann Arbor SPENCE BROS. GENERAL CONTRACTORS Saginaw - - - Michigan PAGE 529 ADVERTISEMENTS EX Machinery Tools Metals Shop Supplies 30,000 Kinds and Sizes iiiimimiiE The Chas. A. Strelinger Co. 149 E. Larned St. DETROIT BROCK RANKIN Incorporated Edition Book Manufacturing Telephone Harrison 0429 619 South La Salle St. CHICAGO pledge a decent sized class then, and give the Elks a run for their money in some other respect besides looks! STROLLING out Washtenaw Avenue, near Hill Street, on a warm Spring afternoon I saw what seemed to be a country club. On investigation, however, I found that the residents therein actually devote a portion of their time to attending school. It seems ' ncredible that such ardent devotees to golf, baseball, horseshoes and just plain veranda- sitting could find time for anything useful yet a few of them pretend to do so. Atkins, seems to have found a good thing in the Ensian business manager ' s job, judging from all the new hats he buys. Besides that, Wallace, of the flying coat-tails and the Glad Hand; Highfield, of the bald head, and keeper of the football manager ' s Swindle Sheet; Wessels, of the barrel chest and austere mien, who claims to have some busi- ness at the Ensian office; and Hillyer, of the horrible punning complex and the race-track suit, are among the play-boys who eat and sleep in this brick Utopia. Oh, yes there ' s also one named Effinger, or something. Anyhow, his father ' s a dean, and don ' t you forget it, Professor Blank! AND so next door to that labyrinth in light brick, whose ritzy plate glass windows sneer at you from all manner of angles in the chopped-up architecture. From the spectacle of a group of young men lolled about on the front porch, in various stages of lassitude and longitude and apparently doing nothing, I gathered that this, too, was a " frat " The name is Chi Chi or Phi Phi, or Chi Phi, or Rho Damya Rho, or something. This bunch goes in strong for publication graft. You must have seen them scurrying about the Press Building the place is infested with (Continued on page ; ' )3 ) PACE 53.0 ADVERTISEMENTS BARNES GIBSON RAYMOND In c o r p o rated Manufacturers SPRINGS FLAT AND WIRE Detroit Division Detroit, Michigan Cook-Spring Company Division Ann Arbor, Michigan P.AC E .531 ADVERTISEMENTS I F. A. STUART CO. MAKERS OF luiiiiiiiiiiciiniii niiiiiiiiHiiiniiiiiiiiiiiinin it STUART ' S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS iiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiii ..... niiiiiiiiiiiiniiimiiiiiiHiiiiiimim The Quick Relief for Gastric Disorders 25c and 60c Everywhere FULL BOX FREE l A regular 25c box, pocket si thoroughly the benefits of Stuart ' s Tablets will be sent you free, if you mail this coupon to Stuart Co., Dept. DF., Marshall, Mich. I | Name ' Address . I I Town . . I J them! Jordan and that pale Scandinavian boy called Halverson managed between them to run a pretty good racket over in the Daily business office. They had a confederate planted over in the Ensian office a slick, smooth-spoken gent, their partner in crime, and another foreigner, in the person of Hofmeister. Damned clever, these Chinese! I HE on-slaughter of nationalism met a barrier out Washtenaw way that it could not overcome specifically the homely pile of bricks which houses the Trigon boys. Per- haps its devotion to tall men, of our genera- tion, Denier and Braidwood, and others, could overlook the ballyhoo of brothers on every college campus, national conventions, and district supervisors. Not only has Trigon withstood any wave of nationalism but any movement away from the protecting moral wing of the S.C.A., under the leadership of John Webster and Fred Bauschard. About the time Bauschard gracefully retired from the publication racket, he assumed a salaried position at Lane Hall more graft! We believe Charles Jose was class treasurer once but can ' t find any real excuse for his existence, unless it be looks. More power and puritanism to you worthy Trigons ! V NESTLED as it was among a bevy of league houses and such, over on Cambridge Road, I came upon a structure which at first appeared quite imposing. Perhaps " preten- tious " would be a better word for on closer inspection it became evident that the place was of the gaudy sort good workmanship and materials had been sacrificed to appear- ance. Nevertheless, the inhabitants were grouping themselves on the front porch, whilst photographers snapped picture after picture of the scene, probably for use in the fraternity sheet of Alpha Tau Omega, the Free Press, College Humor, etc. (Continued on page 534) PAGE 532 ADVER TI SEMEN TS GREATEST of TRIBUTES When creative minds set to work in engineering, designing or whatnot they instinctively and inevitably establish for themselves a standard which they aspire to approach, or, if possible, to surpass . . . This is especially true in the industrial world where values are highly competitive ... A simple and safe rule for the private citizen to follow, therefore, in making a choice of any particular commodity is to locate that commodity which all contenders endeavor to equal (or to improve upon) and to buy it without hesitation . . . There can be nothing higher than that which is truly the standard . . . There can be no value greater than that which is established as the greatest value in the minds of those creative competitors who are honestly endeavoring to do their very best . . . Per- haps the greatest single fact in the gigantic motor car industry with all of its tremen- dous ramifications is the interesting fact that Cadillac and La Salle are accepted by lay and professional minds alike as the out- standing source of incentive and inspira- tion . . . Consciously or unconsciously, willingly or otherwise, everyone concedes leadership to Cadillac and La Salle. CADILLAC MOTOR CAR COMPANY, DIVISION OF GENERAL MOTORS DETROH , MICHIGAN OSHAWA, CANADA PAGE 533 ADVERTISEMENTS SERVICE SINGE 73 tfflJHEN you want Electrotypes, Stereotypes or Newspaper Mats, be sure they ' re made by " MICHIGAN " . Then you ' ll be sure of dependable delivery and thoroughly satisfactory reproduction. Write or phone us for quick action. CADILLAC 5272 Michigan Electrotype Stereotype Go. Fort at First ' Detroit ' Style and Quality - - without Extravagance ' 306-8 South Main St. ANN ARBOR - - Phone 4503 MICHIGAN Our Product is Preferred By Men Who Know All Branches of PRINTING 305 MAYNARD Phone 8805 Across from " Maj " Presently I noticed a spectacle which revived my confidence in the wholesomeness of the modern college youth. A group of these chaps was sitting about an open fire- place (can you imagine it?) which was built into the side of the house. The purpose of this hearth at once became evident for the fellows were roasting hot dogs therein. As they gazed into the glowing embers they swapped yarns. Things went along very well indeed until the aroma of the sizzling sausage lured into the circle a boy whom I later learned was Rose, of the Daily business staff. As soon as he appeared the conversation toppled rapidly from its hitherto fairly lofty level. What a shame that the business staff of the Daily cannot assimilate something of the high grade culture to which it has such ready access in other sections of the Press Building. This fellow Rose illustrates what I mean. Seated next to Rose I was quite surprised to see a man named Kendrick, whom I was quite certain had finished school (Continued on page 53G) PAGE 534 . Jistinctive Portraiture A RECORD OF SERVICE INDICATIVE OF THE PUBLIC ' S CONFIDENCE SINCE 1890 jgatives are Always o On File for Duplicate Orders STUDIO , 319 East Huron , ANN ARBOR PAGE 535 AD FERTISEMENTS SIXTEEN YEARS OF LEADERSHIP FOR 16 years Morse Genuine Silent Chains have grown steadily in favor with the leading manufacturers of automobiles in every class. Each succeeding year the strug- gle for sales supremacy in the automotive field has only further strengthened this enviable position. Today, the majority of automobiles employing front-end chain drives use Morse. MORSE CHAIN COMPANY Main Office and Works ITHACA, NEW YORK Sales and Engineering Office DETROIT, MICHIGAN IRS IE GENUINE SILENT CHAINS a year ago. It seems, however, that he stayed over an extra year to manage the track team, and thus get a good financial start in life, and, incidentally, see America. Since he lives in Mt. Clemens, you can hardly blame him. I noticed that several of .the boys kept mumbling to themselves in an incoherent manner, never stopping. This, I was told, was due to the absence of Simons, who, when he had been here, had done all the talking himself. Since his departure many of the men had learned that they too could talk, and a few of the more violent cases had never stopped, but were continually taking advantage of their newly-discovered privilege. WHAT with all the singing and run- ning around town and things they do, do you too wonder how the Deke boys get any business transacted in their Chapel (much laughter) on Saturday nights? Were they to let people into one of these affairs, and charge admission they could make enough dough to paint that barn of theirs on Geddes Avenue. Strange coincidence that this place should be located right across from the Geddes entrance to the Boulevard. And after all, they really don ' t need the Boulevard their own back yard is quite an ideal spot for picnics and things. Last fall this bunch of hermits had probably the smallest active chapter of any house on the campus (if you can call Geddes Heights " on the campus " ). But credit must be given the boys for the brave front they presented during Freshman Week. They sent out urgent pleas to anyone who had lived in the house during the last six or eight years; and in this way they managed to round up quite a bunch of rushers, of rustlers. It is reported that every pledge wept in abject grief when, on the first day of school, this caravan moved out and left the great, gaunt mansion alone, save for the pledges themselves and a baker ' s dozen of survivors. (Continued on page USS) ADVERTISEMENTS n You are Paying for a Packard not Qwn One ? MXTY-EIGHT per cent of those who J buy the Packard Standard Eight give up other makes of cars thousands in the ten to fifteen hundred dollar class. These new owners quickly learn That it costs no more to operate and maintain a Packard than their old cars cars costing even a thousand dollars Jess. And that it costs no more to own a Packard because Packard owners keep their cars nearly twice as long and drive them nearly twice as far as the lower- priced cars they trade in. Those who buy on the payment plan find That they keep their cars several times as long as it takes to pay for them a relief to those who have made monthly pay- ments every other year on other cars. And that on the average, the value of their used car equals or exceeds the down pay- ment on the new cars leaving each small monthly payment the largest cash outlay in the having of a Packard. Country-wide records indicate that ninety- six out of every hundred who buy Packard cars never leave the Packard family but continue to buy Packard cars oroof that " Ask The Man Who Owns One " means just what it says. The chances are thai you are paying as much or more for your present motoring as it would cost you to own a Packard. The Packard dealer in your community can quickly show you, with pencil and paper. Why not let him examine your used car and tell you how easily you may ha- ' e a luxurious new Packard Eight? You will be under no obligation in giving him an opportunity to serve you. PACKARD MOTOR CAR COMPANY DETROIT - - - MICHIGAN K H MAN W H W N PACE 537 (fi T AW ADVERTISEMENTS THE RICH WOOD No. 780 Harvard ' s newest creation in dental cabinets modern and dignified in design, solid mahogany generously inlaid, beautifully finished and com- pletely fitted. See this striking exam- ple of Harvard ' s progressiveness at your nearest Harvard Dealer ' s Depot, or write us for descriptive literature. Compare Harvard Equipment with that of any other make npODAY, as in previous years, Harvard offers a complete line of JL dental office furniture the New Peerless Harvard Chair, embodying many new and improved features of which quite a few are distinctively Harvard; a variety of Harvard Cabinets, made famous by Harvard Craftsmanship; the Harvard Units, Model A and B, the units which, when introduced, became popular over night; the Harvard Electric Engine, for years recognized for its trustworthiness; the Harvard Wall and Auxiliary Cabinets, seen in so many dental offices; the Harvard Laboratory Bench, typical of Harvard ' s fine cabinet workmanship; the Harvard Lathe, well known for its dependable qualities. Every piece of the Harvard Line easily meets the three important requirements of the Profession high efficiency, modern and at- tractive appearance and long life of dependable service. And Harvard Equipment is always designed and constructed to stand the acid test of comparison with any make of equipment regardless of price. Inspect and examine the Harvard Line at the depot of your near- est Harvard Dealer and compare it, point for point, with that of any other make. Harvard equipment is also sold on a very liberal time payment plan, if you desire it. The HARVARD Co., Canton, Ohio Manufacturers of Chairs, Cabinets, Units, Engines and other dental equipment. The " Sirocco Fan " Standard of the World " For the Perfect Ventilation of Schools, Churches, Theatres and Public Buildings AMERICAN BLOWER CORP., Detroit. Michigan CANADIAN SIROCCO CO., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. Branch Offices in all Principal Cities ower Oh, well every chain must have its weak link! NOT being an Elk, I hesitated about entering the dirty white portals of the red brick affair on the southeast corner of Wash- tenaw and South University Avenues. Nor was this the only thing which kept me from going in; for in the front yard I saw what looked like a trained bear cavorting around in a clumsy manner. Coming closer, I found that the bear-like creature was Hulbert, the fellow who was nosed out of the lead in this year ' s Junior Girl ' s Play. It seems that he fulfilled every qualification but was barred for chewing tobacco during the rehearsals. So the lead was allotted to the house across the street, which may or may not have been for the best. Knowing full well that, this Hulbert was the bodyguard of Phi Delta Theta, I hesi- (Continued on page 540) wot PAGE 538 ADVERTISEMENTS ii SHOPPING is always a pleasure " ' HUDSON ' S Clean, washed air to breathe Bright, cheery environment everywhere Rest rooms and lounges for your comfort Dining facilities for 10,000 persons daily Seven thousand Hudsonians at your service One hundred forty-eight departments Offering dependable merchandise Telephones on every floor Three check rooms THE J. L. HUDSON COMPANY TAT PACE 539 ADVERTISEMENTS you CIDE Lo )NG, hard motor trips with continually changing road condi- tions used to be mighty fatiguing experiences. Even the surfaces of many city streets made pretty rough going. All this is changed, however, for motorists whose cars are equipped with Monroe Two-Way Hydraulic Shock Eliminators. Monroe Auto Equipment Company Monroe, Michigan Peninsular Cement has been An Outstanding Product for OVER A QUARTER CENTURY C O IV S OLI CEA1ENT CORPORATION DENTAL MERCHANDISE of Standard Manufacture HEN looking for successful locations or positions our many years of experience is at your service. The Briggs-Kessler Company 1258 Washington Avenue Stevens Building DETROIT Incorporated 1904 tated no longer about entering the house. In one corner I noticed a couple of dark, sinister looking men. One seemed to be doing all the talking, while the other sat and took in every word. These two were Steketee and Smith. Manager Steketee was giving his protege pointers on how to make the Athletic Association give till it hurts. It makes one sad to know that it is into the hands of such men that this great institution entrusts the welfare of its athletic teams. A little blond chap was on the floor, enjoying himself hugely with an electric train. His pale blue eyes fairly danced with glee as the little toy engine whizzed around a curve. Someone whispered into my ear that this was J. O. H. Simrall, Jr., the football captain. This soft-spoken little tyke the football captain? I determined to see if it were true. I bent over him and hissed the word, " BEER! " Immediately he was on his feet, imploring me to tell him where ah, yes, this was indeed the true Simrall. What a good thing, thought I, that Smith is not manager of the same team as that which Simrall captains. There ' d be no telling what two such chaps might connive to do ... As I shut the door behind me the little blond fellow was crying bitterly in his disappoint- ment. PAGE 540 tfJ WE WANT MEN . Kresge ' s Presents an Opportunity MICHIGAN MEN IN THE KRESGE ORGANIZATION JOHN W. BLACKBURN EI.LWOOD A. BUNTING FRANK E. CAMP, JR. W. P. CAMPBELL H. L. CHAPMAN ALVIN H. COLLINS C. W. FILLER RAYMOND E. GIBBS PAUL L. GRUNER P. H. KINIETZ HAROLD W. LITTLE HOWARD J. LIVERANCE ROBERT F. MANOGG HOWARD W. McCoMB CHARLES J. MOCK L. C. OLDS JULIAN E. PEDERSON Louis A. PENDLETON ROBERT D. RANDALL BERTRON W. ROCKWELL GEORGE M. SCHIRMER CORDON H. SMITH ROBERT T. SOUTHGATE ARTHUR H. STAFF CLYDE W. STONE L. E. TAPPAN ALVIN W. TOLLE B. B. VAN DUSEN D. L. VAN DUSEN E. CORNELL WALBRIDGE IF you have decided on a business career if you have a trained mind and an outstanding per- sonality if you are willing to work hard to learn the details of store management, and will start at the bottom on a small salary we can, very possi- bly, do business together. For Kresge ' s wants men li ke you in its vast, nationwide organization men who are capable, eventually, of becoming important executives or store managers. The rewards are very much worth while to those who qualify. For it is like having a business of your own, plus the opportunities that are bound to arise in a fast-growing corporation whose sales are in excess of $ 1 50,(XX),000.00 annually. If you feel that you are the man we want, write or phone our personnel department and a represen- tative will call on you and tell you more about the opportunities offered by Kresge ' s to men with a college training. PERSONNEL DEPT. 4 S. S. KRESGE CO 5-10-25c Stores KRESGE BUILDING 25c to $1.00 Stores DETROIT PAGE 541 ILWM ATjSft, J? " that Monroe, Michigan offers a splendid location for manufacturing concerns of modern proportions. ' The (Consolidated ' Paper Co. The T)etroit Stoker Qo. The Monroe Taper Products Co. ' nsian 4gain Victorious in Annual (Classic HISTORY monotonously repeated itself when the ' Ensian quintet administered the eleventh annual drubbing to the guessing and mis-spelling crew which was with difficulty lured from the east end of the Press Building. The blatantly boastful crowd of other years proved extremely reticent when approached on the subject of competition with the yearbook men. Their subterfuges were so obviously inspired by a wholesome fear for the ' Ensianeers that the disgusted Women ' s Staff offered to themselves uphold the tarnished honor of their sheet. This final taunt stung the journalistic juveniles to the half hearted attempt they did launch. (Continued on page 544) Daily Attack is Smothered PAGE 542 A I) I ' ERT1XEMENTS HBH D WIRE STEEL HAPPILY combining the work of the artist and arti- san ... in wood, wire or steel . . . the latest wheel-fashion is a creation of Motor Wheel. Motor shows, wheel sales, deal- ers ' experience and public opin- ion confirm and reconfirm the standards which have made Motor Wheel the largest manu- facturer of wheels in the world. MOTOR WHEEL CORPORATION, LANSING, MICHIGAN Motor Wheel Interchangeable on One Hub m A D VER T I SEMEN TS First National Bank Trust Co. ANN ARBOR (T 0 Organized 1863 C J Commercial Department Savings Department Trust Department c- o Oldest National Bank in Michigan VISIT OUR NEW TEN-STORY BUILDING AND ADDITION Typewriters of all makes Sold, Rented, Exchanged, Cleaned and Repaired IlllllimillC O. D. MORRILL 314 South State Street THE TYPEWRITER and STATIONERY STORE Printing Engraving Typewriting M im eographing Compliments of Casey ' s Lunch 804 S. State The Daily ' s scoring opportunity followed the first tip-off when the referee called a foul on an ' Ensianeer whose name " Fuzzy " Russell had repeatedly mis-spelled. Russell was unable to take advantage of the free throws which were missed by " broad bot- tom " Swanson. Time out was called for Fuzzy who some moments later was able to to protest that he would rather write the game up than play in it, which was the secret feeling of every other Daily man. The only time at which the year book cause was in any danger whatever was when the yellow sheeters attempted to buy off the referee, but their decision to offer him a year of the Daily as a bribe ensured their failure. Fair play was obtained when an extra copy of the 1930 ' Ensian was mentioned by the yearbookers which far outweighed the Daily ' s second f rantic offer of a life time subscription. The Daily ' s lone score came when a wild pass ricocheted off the ponderous cranium of Swanson into the basket. This is the only case on record when the rotund fellow ' s head proved to be useful. The sage of Stockholm was quite beside himself with glee at this unexpected accident. " Yah, " he yodelled, " ay ban tank ay mak da ball yump wery well. " He modestly explained that he was a head-bouncing soccer player in the old country. Some time after the game, the Daily announced its intention to with- draw from competition with the ' Ensian due to a lack of interest in the game. PAGE 544 ADVERTISEMENTS HBBBHHH Tiro Related Worlds COLLEGE is just four years of hasty changes and readjustments for the modern student. Business, too, must continually adapt itself to the larger, speeding world outside. In both cases, the pace is swift and success depends on experience and ready flexibility. Continental Motors Corporation has been building all types of gasoline en- gines for the past 29 years. All through this long period, experience has been followed by systematic progress until today Continental engines are leaders in modern gasoline power for automotive, industrial, marine and airplane needs. CONTINENTAL MOTORS CORP. Offices: Detroit, Michigan, U. S. A. Factories: Detroit and Muskegon rontinental Motors The Largest Exclusive Gasoline Motor Manufacturer In the World mxmm PAGE 545 a ADVERTISEMENTS FOR 61 YEARS - - This institution has been a factor in the growth and development of Ann Arbor. Our progressive and sound banking principles are at your disposal. Ann Arbor Savings Bank Ann Arbor, Michigan Main Office Main at Huron Sts. Branch Office 707 N. University Ave. Your Guarantee THE imprint of Doubleday Brothers and Company on record book, office form, or legal blank is your guarantee of quality, correctness and consistent price. Your inquiries concerning all office equipment needs are invited. They will be appreciated and shall receive immediate attention. IIIIIIIIIIIIIC Doubleday Brothers Company Kalamazoo - - Michigan It was dark and I was in need of rest. There was a man standing near a vehicle that had the appearance of a public conveyance. On my questioning him he admitted that this was so and agreed to take me to a tavern. Though the ride was most unpleasant I bore up well and felt weak only after paying the man his stipend. I became weaker still when I caught my first sight of my newly acquired lodgings. With a shriek I darted from the place never to return. The greater portion of this strange com- munity is given over to the pursuit of education, though from all I have been able to ascertain education consists of the prac- tice of collecting wily young men and women and teaching them how to dupe aged and pedantic professors. There is a man in this place who devotes all his time towards the management of other people ' s affairs. He has a big collection of (Continued on page 5.J7) ADVERTISEMENTS Compliments of JAXON STEEL PRODUCTS DIVISION ( General Motors Corporation ) JACKSON - - MICHIGAN in, i, mini: Manufacturers of Automobile Wheels, Rims and Tire Carriers Service Through United Motors Service, Inc. Branches Everywhere political posters all stored away in big bales. All they are worth is a few dollars that the rag man would give for them, but whenever anyone evinces the slightest interest in the collection, this foolish professor beams and chuckles like a big fat kewpie. He is like the old professor in the Engineering School who has gotten together a huge Transportation Library without a catalogue. He is the only one that knows where any of the books are and he won ' t tell. The highways and byways of this land are perpetually covered with ice and snow, making walking exceedingly dangerous, and indeed the injuries sustained by pedestrians are both numerous and serious. The situa- tion has become so intense that the Admin- istration has passed an ordinance relative to the clearing of the walks, but the inhabi- tants of the city, with their characteristic abandon of the voice of authority have entirely overlooked the ordinance. I myself became a victim of the icy ways. I slipped, dislodged my hat, and in the scramble to regain my lost property I cut a gash in my head which began to bleed with a velocity that was astounding and alarming. I was directed to the " Health Service " , a peculiar place which I gladly would have observed more closely had my wound not occupied the greater part of my attention. " Do you wish to see someone? " asked a comely young women from behind a desk. " Well uhhh, I don ' t want to be in the way, " I stammered, wiping " the gore out of my left eye. " Have you been up here before? " she said, eyeing me sharply. " Can ' t say as I have, " -I returned, smart as a whip, for my ready wit, was not one whit impaired by my injury. (Continufd on page 548) mmmwm m PAGE 547 Wtt ADVERTISEMENTS FORT DEARBORN FUEL Co. Your School " The Pride of the Big 10 " Heated with Our Pride of Kentucky Coal NORFOLK, VA. CINCINNATI, OHIO CHARLESTON, W. VA. TAZEWELL, VA. Park Chemical Company Manufacturers of HEAT TREATING MATERIALS % ' . DETROIT ; . . . offers Convenience to Guests in the Capital City. Directly opposite the State Capitol it provides an excellent stopping place for visitors. " What ' s your name? " I told her. " Wait here a moment, " she said, and got up and left the room in the general direction of the inner depths. When she got back she took her seat, blew her nose, filled her foun- tain pen and began asking me a barrage of questions. " Age? " " Uhhh twenty-two. " " Married? " I blushed. " American Citizen? Naturalized? Pre- vious condition of servitude? " " Uhhh-er " " Ever had measles? Mumps? Diphtheria? Hangnail? Fungus Foot? " I gulped. " What ' s wrong with you? " The blood was running down my sleeve and dripping from the tips of my fingers. " I fell on the ice, and - " I see, " she cut in. " Come with me. " I followed her devious route through corri- dors and doorways. By this time my socks were wet and soggy with blood, and things began to swim before my eyes. At length we came to a small booth that looked like a Pullman berth. " Take off your clothes, " she said pushing me into the booth. (Continued on page j-30) PAGE 548 GRANITE M. THE MIL LION- STEP- TEST F I. O O l VARNISH 7 JC of a niillion steps on Liquid Granite In many homes Liquid Granite has retained its beauty on floors and woodwork for two and three generations without refinishing. A million steps and more mean little to a floor varnish that can withstand the constant pounding of an air hammer, 26 hours of live steam, 235,000 scrubbings with soap and water and other gruelling tests conducted by an inde- pendent lab oratory. Liquid Granite wears. It is sanitary will not gather dust and a damp rag will wipe it clean. Rugs will not slip on its surface. Avoid the necessity for constant refinishing or care use Liquid Granite on your floors. 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Having heard from various and sundry sources of the wondrous sights to be seen at the Architectural School, I hied myself there at my earliest convenience and was duly impressed. There is to be seen a magnificent sunken garden, of a depth and beauty sur- passing any other such garden that I know of except the masterpiece created by the Baird Construction Co. in the lot back of the Law Club. There is a huge excavation there that soon will be a beautiful lake. It has been rumored that a steam shovel dug out the hole and then found it couldn ' t get out again, so they had to take the shovel apart. However there is no adequate founda- tion for this story. 550 A D VER Tl SEMEN TS Now, As in the Past, Detroit ' s Home Newspaper Almost from its inception more than 56 years ago, The Detroit News has been the home newspaper, distinguished for its clean news, its vigorous expression, its interest in civic and educational affairs and for its spon- sorship of worthwhile public enterprises. And being the home newspaper The Detroit News has always endeavored to publish a well rounded, well balanced newspaper. Thus you will find more attention paid to music, books, art, foreign events and trade 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 world. The Detroit News THE HOME NEWSPAPER PAGE SSI ADVERTISEMENTS CORNWELL COAL SCRANTON :: POCAHONTAS KENTUCKY AND WEST VIRGINIA COAL AND SOLVAY COKE Through years of experience we have learned that the only way to win permanent satisfaction is through satisfactory fuel. This is why we handle only the best. PHONES Office: 4551-4552 Yard Office 5152 OFFICE CORNWELL BLOCK WM. HOCHREIN SONS PLUMBING HEATING REPAIRING Kleen Heat Oil Burners for the Home 211 S. Fourth Avenue Phone 5014 Ann Arbor Michigan 193 Mic iiganensian Hall of Fame UE to the somewhat unfortunate tendency in modern letters to divest popular idols of their traditional golden glamour and present their more seamy sides, we are inclined to hesitate in offer- ing this series of disillusionary revela- tions, as it were. The men whose names are on every lip have appeared above to you as the titans controlling Michigan ' s destinies for the current year. Please understand that we are in no wise at- tempting to tarnish the repute of any of these good men and true, but rather wish to present to you their other, human sides containing whimsical little per- sonal peculiarities. Following the issue of the 1930 MICHIGANENSIAN there was some demand for the identity of the author of the reminiscenses similar to these following, but on his advice we have adopted the policy of publishing the articles anonymously. wt Hl I 14 S! Keep in Touch ,,,,,,n.s,,,,v,. , rr ' ' f - Subscription Rate $4.50 iltdifgan iailg Press Building wm m BHI ADVERT I SEMEN TS mfc Imported toilet items that are different The Quarry, Inc. Drug and Prescription Store Wholesale and Retail SURGICAL SUPPLIES CAMP BELTS Phone 7611-7616 State and North University Known to the Surgical World as The Quarry Surgical House Drake Sandwich Shop 709 North University Where SANDWICHES HAVE A HEART and COFFEE IS COFFEE " TUNED IN " THIS bank is sensitive to the peculiar banking needs of this community. Through patient work and study our officers have " tuned in " to get the public ' s call for service. Ever on the alert to do all we can for our customers, we keep the bank up-to-date in every way in order that we may anticipate their bank- ing needs. The of tener you visit us the better can we keep " tuned in " to your needs. You are cordially invited to bring all you r banking business here. Farmers Mechanics Bank Main at Huron Br. Nickels Arcade Ann Arbor, Michigan ERNEST REIF Because his conceit is so colossal that it was temporarily contagious during spring elections; because he is the only man who who ever hoodwinked Matt Mann into a swimming letter; because his self-sacrificing spirit caused him to go out on the campus with his improvement program, thereby passing up the nearest and most logical opportunity; because he is the biggest char- latan outside the faculty; because we are sick and tired of his brass and will be glad to see the bubble pricked. JIM JORDAN Because he is one of those dark, suave individuals who breathe out a knowing air entirely foreign to their minds; because he has proved that you can get by on nothing if you spread it on thick; because he naively wonders with the balance of the crew at 1530 Washtenaw if the fourteen fraternities estab- lished at Michigan previous to Chi Phi are nationals; because he has shown what a boy from the country can do. (Continued on page lift) PAGE 554 W. S. BUTTERFIELD THEATRES ISHING for you every- thing that we would wish for ourselves 1 , 1 i W. S. BUTTERFIELD President E. C. BEATTY Vice Pres. and Gen. Mgr. MICHIGAN MAJESTIC WUERTH AT fcX 555 f f JB ADVERTISEMKSTS ZWERDLING ' C TA8U5HEO 1904 1 17 C. UBSKTY t k FUR SHOPkJ From aW over Michigan People Come for . . FINE FURS a Saving Prices TO A COMPLETE FUR SERVICE SINCE 1904 ZWERDLING ' S Greater Fur Shop 215-217 E. Liberty St. Compliments rf BARBECUE INN 440 S. State Street Compliments of Stouffer ' s Lunch 1125 Shelby Street 625 Woodward Ave. Corner Clifford and Washington Blvd. DETROIT CINCINNATI PITTSBURGH PHILADELPHIA CLEVELAND SAGE C. SWANSON Because he is an all-around boy, good at nothing, because he has decided that the Daily ' s sport department is the weakest spot on the campus, although he need not have picked out sports; because he is another reason for cement tennis courts and steel racquets; because he looks more like a Swede than El Brendel; because he steps on more feet at one party than a poor dancer does in a lifetime; because he stutters when he can ' t think of anything to say, which makes it tiresome. WILLIAM FARRELL Because under his vigorous leadership the Interfraternity council had more put over on it by Dean Bursley than ever before in its history; because he talked everything over with the dean before daring to move; because we hope that the Hermitage goes under in the hard times deferred rushing (or " de- ferred pledging " as the dean so delightfully designates it) will bring; because when he isn ' t trying to be an official yes-man, Bill is as good a guy as you ' ll find anywhere out Washtenaw way. STANTON TODD Because as head cheerleader he wanted every one on his squad to turn handsprings; because he was the only one who couldn ' t do it; because he got into Michigamua; because he rallied the decadent State Street machine and led it to victory over the Washtenaw boss (sic transit gloria lowri); because he fooled a lot of seniors into paying class dues (Continued on page 558) 556 AD ' ER T I SEMEN TS Cyclone Safeguard Chain Link Wire Fence, for estates, clubs, public and private grounds. Cyclone Invincible Chain Link Fence, for all industrial uses. Cyclone Wrought Iron Fence and Gates. In Wire and Wrought Iron Built for any Purpose Cyclone Fence is America ' s standard for public and private grounds; city, suburban and country homes; parks, churches, cemeteries; schools, play- grounds, athletic fields; factories, rail- way and electrical properties and all industrial uses. 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SERVICE ENGRAVING COMPANY 356 East Congress DETROIT, MICHIGAN until The Daily opened their eyes; because he finally forgot his high school habits and turned into a pretty good egg. JERRY ELLISON Because he managed the only good Gar- goyle put out in years and was a little proud of the fact; because he was a Zeta Psi and took Dick Kurvink ' s place as the chapter ' s lone specimen of handsome virility, another quality of which he was conscious; because he was amiable and quite capable; because he entered into a debate with Larry Klein in the books column of the Daily and proved not so capable; because he never tried to collect for the calls the Daily boys made on the Gargoyle phone. GEORGE LEONARD Because, as managing editor of the Ensian, he will insist that this run; because he has censored all our best cracks in this feature; because he kept up the tradition of having the best girls on the campus work in his office; because it really wasn ' t his fault that they did; because he was careful all year not to do anything that would be recorded here. THEODORE LONG Because he tried awfully hard to be busi- ness-like and made the Gargoyle make money for the first time in years; because he gave the Alpha Delts an excuse for existence; because he once grew a beard that made him look like a cross between a billy-goat and a rabbi; because he was just too efficient to fit in with the rest of the publication men. SAM ATKINS Because he slid down from the heights of Oatmeal Hill (overlooking Duluth) down, down to the Phi Psi House and Michigan; because his time with the Lady of the Salt Lake (isn ' t this rich?) was better than with Steve Farrell; because he disdained small time, to do his broadcasting over the Mich- iganensian hook-up; because he maintains (Continued on page 560) PACE 558 MHKT4 IBBHBI 01) Ok 1 I,J A SEPTICOTE Washable Wall Coaling Used Throughout University of Michigan Hospital. TRUSCON Waskable Wall Coatin fills the ' need for ' an interior wall paint that has not only the soft, velvety finish demanded by modern decorative practice but pro- vides a degree of resistance to washing and scouring, that was un- heard of a few yearsjago. Asepticote is practically as washable as tile. 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Because his famous ancestor goes around holding forth the clean athletic life to Y.M.C.A. clubs while Jr. holds forth in Windsor; because he never was or will be a football player despite his distinguished lineage, though his name evokes occasional feature stories; because he spends so much time hanging around the Psi U house that almost no one knows he ' s a Deke which is to his credit. FRITZ KLEENE Because he perpetuated a languishing Opera tradition by falling into the footlights three times during the J-Hop performance of that let ' s call it a vehicle; because he ' s a damn engaging little fellow either way you see him; because he ' s the one who makes (Continued on page 56) PAGE 560 mm ADVERTISEMENTS EM) OF SPARKLING INDIVIDUALITY You finJ it in Bureau Luilt Annual Beauty of Deiijii Quality of En$ravin$ Dittinction of Theme. . . . Don ' t merely Jreont of iucli an Annual. Let BUREAU- CRAFT help you make it Reality. ' e invite your correspondence. 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WISCONSIN things go ' round at the Alpha Delt house (that is, they seem to the Alpha Delts to go around and around); because his inspired little midnight song and dance acts at the Parrot, etc., have been a distinctive con- tribution to the campus fund of humor; because you never would suspect that he is Dean Bursley ' s nephew which explains a lot. ELLIS MERRY Because he believes the administration can do no wrong; because he shaped the Daily ' s policy to mollify the administration; because the Board in Control of Student Publications pulled him out of the Law School to be Managing Editor of the Daily when they considered no one of the regular candidates capable, and then watched him rely upon the efforts of the candidates all year; because he tried desperately hard to be democratic and one of the boys; because he believed in stu- dents rights except when they interfered with the administration; because he means well after all. PAUL KERN Because when he dropped out of the public spot light he became almost likeable; because he made a pitiful attempt to make a come- back in the political world; because he kept one of Bud Rea ' s men waiting back of the Sigma Zeta house for him to drive his car home from a party; because he finally got caught driving a car; because he has had more co-eds refuse him dates than any other man on the campus; because he still believes in the diplomatic policy of agreeing with everyone; because three public spirited stu- dents last year told him he would have to get off the student council; because no one will probably ever hear of him around here again. JOE TRUSKOWSKI Because Theta Kappa Nu pledged him in the Spring of his Junior year a day after he was elected football captain; because the next semester Theta Kappa Nu was up for bankruptcy; because he finally had to learn to speak English language after he was made captain; because if he had played half the (Continued on page 564) PAGE 562 AD ' ER T I SEMEN TS No Cover Charge Here! A REPUTATION for quality is the most precious asset of this _fV store. It is your assurance of the merit of anything you buy, whatever the price may be. But there is no " cover charge! " You do not pay a premium for quality at this store. We may select fine th ings as the treasures they are but you pay for them simply as merchandise. Shopping safety doesn ' t cost a penny here ! MEMBERS PN ew York Stock Exchange Detroit Stock Exchange New York Curt (Associate) H. W. NOBLE CO. The Oldest House in Michigan Dime Bank Building Lansing Detroit Flint GOING-! GOING!! GONE !!! 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Engineers and Contractors PENOBSCOT BUILDING DETROIT 4 MICHIGAN football on the football field that he did on the basketball floor he would have been good as a football player; because he was the pride of Hamtramck. ROBERT CHAPMAN Because he was one of the Phi Gam hot- shots and consequently thought he was pretty good; because he is the only athlete at Michigan ever to have taken Greek, be- cause he is the only athlete never to have taken Gems and Gem Materials; because as basketball captain and unlike his predecessor he was unobtrusive; because he went into politics and was elected senior treasurer via the basketball team; because the girls thought he was one of these clean-limbed young Americans. BOB ADAMS Because he is probably the worst actor on the campus; because he is the pride of the Betas; because he ran Comedy Club (look at it); because he palled around with Professor Jack (sic transit rhetorica) and thought it (Continued on page 566) mm 564 And Again Cargill Printed It This issue of the Michiganensian is the sixth to come from the presses of Cargill of Grand Rapids. We ' re rather proud of this. It is good to know that discriminating buyers repeatedly choose us to handle their more important work. THE CARGILL COMPANY GRAND RAPIDS Pri rinters, Binders, Engravers, Artists, Photographers ' PAGE 565 A D VER TI SEMEN TS Drugs, Chemicals, Laboratory Apparatus Established in 1819 110-128 E. CONGRESS STREET DETROIT MICHIGAN Paints Colors Brushes 164-166-168 Congress, East Detroit, Michigan made him important; because in Flint they think he will be another Barrymore. KENNETH LLOYD Because he never did learn English Gram- mar; because when he came to Michigan he thought he was one of the Rover boys and never got over the idea; because as President of the Union he made illiterate little speeches about pep and spirit and other abstractions; because he got the Union job as a political plumb; because the merit system would ruin him; because he is a back-slapper and a vigorous hand-shaker; because he is an Acacian and a loyal believer in free-masonry; because he will make a first class Rotarian. LEO NORVILLE Because he ran around with Mart Mol; because he tried so hard to be eternally ingratiating; because he had such an intimate little talk with the administration of the law school; because he was kicked off the Coun- cil; because he had synthetic southern accent; because he beat the law club ma- chine; because he was head waiter at Chubbs ' and in that capacity tried to emulate Adolphe Menjou; because he is a Democrat. JOE GEMBIS Because they kept him around here for three years to kick field goals from the SO yard line; because he always did; because he took play production and never got beyond being a scene shifter; because Windt threat- ened to star him in Peter Pan and tour the (Continued on page 068) 566 m ADVERTISEMENTS PREPAREDNESS If you would rise above the medi- ocre, be satisfied with nothing but the best; give the best and demand the best. Surround yourself with the best of equipment, because, consciously or unconsciously, we all react to the stimuli of our environment. In addition to making your work easier and more efficient, good equipment elevates your profes- sional status in the minds of your patients. The S. S. White Equipment Unit No. 6 and the Diamond Chair No. 2 represent the most modern of equipment for the dental office. To- gether they will provide the mod- ern appliances for efficient service and comfort to your patients and ever be a source of inspiration to do your best. 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GEORGE TILLEY Because he has attained the eccentricities of genius; because he dared University dis- approval, although without intelligence, be- cause he is one of the campus ' s best clowns, though unconscious of the fact; because if he continues to do everything differently he will ultimately be right, by the law of aver- ages; because he never received an A after receiving his Phi Bete Key. 568 Patrons " ' Page H. D. Edwards Co. . Detroit Parke-Davis Co. . Detroit Ann Arbor Press Ann Arbor Meyers Print Shop ................. -Ann Arbor U. S. Plywood Co ...................................... Detroit INDEX Index to Advertisers A AJAX PATTERN WORKS 520 AMERICAN BLOWER CORP ' 38 AMERICAN CABINET Co 562 ANN-A FUEL Co 550 ANN ARBOR PRESS 569 ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK 546 B BARBECUE INN 556 BARNES-GIBSON-RAYMOND 531 BERRY BROS 549 BETSY-ROSS SHOP 520 BIRD, S. L. 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WICKES BROS WOLVERINE OPTICAL Co 526 569 520 567 528 568 Z ZWERDLING ' S FUR SHOP 556 PAGE 570 Organizations and Personal Index Aaron. Daniel 175-367 Abbett. John 44 Abbott. Eleanor 44-325-455 Abbott. Mrs. Horatio. .436 Abbott. Ralph G. 28-44-275 Abbott. Waldo M 274 Abbott. Mrs. Waldo M. 429 Abele, Mary F 44-4U2 Aberle, Betty 443 Aberle, Mabel 501 Aboud. Edward G 44 Abraham, Edith 445 Abrorns, Norman 369 Acacia .362 Achwartz, Carl 395 Ackels.Margarut 44-255-437 Ackorman, Elaine 444 Ackcrman, Robert 269 Adams, Dorothy ..... .444 Adams. Mrs. Edward L. 429 Adams, Faye 4 ' K) Adams, Harriet .... 167-430 Adams II, Prof. H. C. . . 296 Adams, Mrs. Henry C. 428 Adams, Olive M 44 Adams, Paul L 44 Adams, Mrs. R. G 433 Adams, Robert 44-308 Adams, Sylvia 497 Adams. Uriah M 44 Adcock. Blanche E 452 Adelia Cheever House 458 Adkjnson, James 354 Adlcr, Helen E 44-481 Adler. William Mrs.. . .445 Agnew, Dorothy 266-267-444 Agra. Sharkeswart 326 Ahlstrom, Carl A... 44-376 Aifilcr, Ralph W. . .189-274 Aigler, Mrs. Ralph. 430-439 Akau. Joseph 321 Ake. Sherwood 173-363 Albaladeje. Prof. J. M. .258 Albers, John 44 Albin. Don 370 Alcott, Shirley 450-486 Aldmiger, Edward T. ..371 Aldrich, Ellerton G. 44-406 Aldrich, Mrs. Frederic H 432 Aldrich. Kenneth R 44 Aldrich, Robert H 44 Aldrich, Thomas B 45- 165-320-418 Alexander. Calvin .45-494 Alexander, Gertrude. . .452 Alexander, Gabriel N.. . .45 Alexander, Jean 433 Alexander, John . . . 189-353 Alexander, Dr. John ... 189 Alexander, M 273 Alhig, John A 371 Allen, Dorothy A 445 Allen, Durward 395 Allen, George 352 Allen, Harry 278-381 Allen, James H 30- 45-289-406 Allen Janet 433-493 Allen, Louise 455 Allen. Philip 45-384 Allen. Shirley W 324 Allendorf, Fred 353 Allenworth, Parke K. . . .45 Alley. D 176 Alii, Joseph 327 Allison. Ruth M... 440-483 Allman, Ada. . .327-433-492 Allman, Walter 352 Allshouse, H. Mabley.163- 407 Almy, E. G 417 Alpha Chi Omega 437 Alpha Chi Rho 380 Alpha Chi Sigma 417 Alpha Delta Phi 390 Alpha Delta Pi 454 Alpha Epsilon Iota 434 Alpha Epsilon Mu 287 Alpha Epsilon Phi 445 Alpha Gamma Delta. . .447 Alpha Gamma Sigma . . 453 Alpha Kappa Delta . . 298 Alpha Kappa Kappa .413 Alpha Kappa Psi 418 Alpha Omicron Pi 446 Alpha Phi 435 Alpha Phi Delta 390 Alpha Rho Chi . . . 415 Alpha Sigma Phi 366 Alpha Tau Omega 363 Alpha Delta 442 Alson. Harold 361 Alstrin, Lowell R 45 Alszynski, V 178 Althons, William R 45 Altman, Raphael . . .45-421 Alumni Association of U.of M 274 Alumnae House 459 Alway, Milford J 311 Alway, Thomas 311 Amadon, Philip 408 Amberg, Robert 167- 259-367 Amendt, Margaret A. . . 455 Amerine, Lois 436 Amrheim, Margaret ... .45 Andeen. Jane .286-311-379 Anderson, Alfred J 45 Anderson. Mrs. Carl. . .491 Anderson, Clifford G. . . 163- 324 Anderson, Dale W 45 Anderson, Emma P.. ..448 Anderson, Esther. . .45-442 Anderson, George E. . . . 407 Anderson. Grace 429 Anderson, Henry 189- 268-352 Anderson, John E. . .45-168 Anderson, Marshall. . . .370 Anderson, Muriel . . . 45-428 Anderson, P. J 374 Anderson. Priscilla 457 Anderson, Rose 429 Anderson. Ruth 440 Anderson, Thelma R 45 Anderson, Velma 453 Anderson, W 171 Ando, Ralsutoshi . . .46-329 Andreae, Hobart D. . 46-377 Andreae. Maynard R. . .377 Andrcss. Herbert T 46 Andrews, Aubrey F 46 Andrews, Del S 46-320 Andrews, Harrison B.. 46- 270-296-394 Andrews, Mildred 481 Andrews, Ralph 311 Andrus, Helen 447 Andrus, Madelon 158- 256-447 Andrus. Ruth K 46 Angell, Mrs. Alex. C...455 Angell, Mrs. Robert. . .431 Angell, Robert C 189- 254-298 Angell, William 365 Ansel. L. Verne 258 Anson, A 172 Ansorge, Violet 436 Antwerp, Lee Van .... Appleyard, L 168-355 Apps. ' D. W 46-374 Aru i ' ii, Fernando A. 46 Architectural Society . 266- 267 Arden. Natalie 445 Armour. Wm. S 394 Arms. Virginia 46-431 Armstrong. Dr. Mar- garet 440 Armstrong, Nelson W..272 Armstong. Mrs. R. J. 491 Armstrong, Robert P. 46 Arnct. F 160 Arnet, Fred L 398 Arncy. William 46 Arnold, Betsy 435 Arnold, Egmcnt R 271 Arnold, Harriet 446 Arnold. Harry L 259 Arnold. Katherine S. 46-430 Arscott, Ethel 454 Arsulowiez. Joseph E. . . .46 Arthur. F. P 353 Arthur, Marylou . . Arthur. Robert. Jr. 46-168 Asai, Kikusaburo 329 Asbeck. Frederick M. . .218 Ash. Arlington D 46 Ashtim, C. Richard .... 369 Askren, Charles. . . .260-364 Askren, Elmer 47 Askren, Helen 428-460 Askwith. Bertram 261 Asset, Elizabeth 47-457-4U4 Astrachain. John E 47 Athena Literary Society 486 Atkins. Sam. . .47-228-255 Atkinson. Alta B.. .446-457 Atkinson. James M 47 Atwood. Mrs. Steven 436 Au. Ruth 458 Aubin, I. Richard 47 Aubrey. Banquier 38-47-415 Auer. lames 47- 266-267-287-306 Aulph. Helen 167-448 Ault. Garnet W 236-289 Austen. Philip 255 Austpn, Edward . . .228-234 Austin. Louise 47-457 Averback. Joseph 47 Averbook, Marvin S. . . .47 Avery. Eloise. . .47-432-474 Avery, Mrs. Eula 453 AvramofT, Isaac 298 Axelson, Oscar A 47 Axinn. Charles 47 B Babbit. Ruth 481 Babcock, Dorothy 474 Babcock, Frederick P. 28- 47-370 Babcock, Judith . .430-455 Babcock, Margaret 26- 47-471-480-482 Bach. Lawrence E 161- 289-406 Bacher. Mrs 485 Bachcr, Mrs. Beryl F. 439 Bacher, Mrs. Harry 444 Bacher, Robert F !5X Bachman, Marie 490 Bachnowski, Alex A.. . .414 Backus, Catherine 48- 4.W-4IK Backus, Dorothy 448 Backus, Glenn K 4X Backus, Ollie 286-457 Bacon, Blossom 446 Bacon, Henry M 241- 158-305-343 Bacon, Joshua E 374 Badenoch, Byrne M 262 Bader, Arno L 374 Badger, Kathleen 433 Badger, Mrs. Walter ..447 Badger. William . .384-417 Haivkcr. Harold P 4X Baer. Lucille V 48 Baer. Walter 367 Baeslack. Frederica . . . 492 B?glcy, Dr. Elizabeth, M.D 434 Bailey, Mrs. Benjamin. 439- Bailey, I. Russell . 266-267 Bailey. John 167-277 Bailey. M. 171 Bailey. Russell B... 167-371 Bain. Leslie 352 Baird. Mary 431 Haiti], Robert 352 Baker. Albert 167-369 Baker. Charles 48 Baker.E.B 417 Baker. F 167 Baker, George M 48 Baker. Hugh L 358 Baker. Robert H 48 Balbach. W 169 Bald, H 167 Baldock. Howard W.. 172- Baldwin. Arthur F. 48-4O6 Baldwin. C. Thomas. . .371 Baldwin, Duane E. Baldwin. F 175 Baldwin. George E. IK; Baldwin. J. Eugene. . . .371 Baldwin. L. Grant 408 Baldwin. Mrs. L. Grant 439 Baldwin. T 158 Balisalisa, Juan N 48 Ball, Kenneth I 166-305 Ballard. M. 174 Balou. Isabellc 455 Balyeat. G. W 306 Bang, H 175 Bannow, Robert 395 Banwell. C. . x Baraso. Bernard L 133 Barber. Amour ... ,48 Barl T, Shirley 478 Barbier. Lawrence 48 Barbour, Clarence . . . 24-48 Bare. Helen ... 48- 261-457-487-494 Barclay, Carol 481 Bard. W. M 376 Barker. Mrs. Paul 432 Barker. Robert C. 32-48-358 Barnard, E 459 Barnard, Katherine .... 430 Barnes, Charles W 363 Barnes, Mrs. Chester D. 437-439 Barnes, John i.s.i Barnes. .Mrs. John 437 Barnes, Vistor 395 Barnett. Mary 435 Barnum. Charles 415 Barr, Albert 355-408 Barr. Marguerite 436-489 Barr, Robert O I6.f Barra, Elizabeth J 4.x Barrc-Hill 287 Barrett, Dr. A. M 289 Barris. Morton .... 167-277 Barrmvs, Vinona 455 Barstow, Robert 379 Barta. Rudy 35 Bartcll. Floyd 353-417 Bartell, Mrs. F. E. 440-47. Earth. Robert H 48 Barthel. Edith l ' 7 Bartholic. Frances W. 49- 370 Bartholic, Margaret . . . .443 Bartlett. Evelyn 458 Bartlett, Robert W 49 Bartlett. Vinselle . 437-493 Barton, Henry A 324 Barton, Horace 241 Barton, James Joy 49 Barton. William 324 Bassett, Louise C 49 Batdorf. Dorothy M. 477 Bates, Emily. .444-4X5-4 )2 Bates. Helen 431-439 Bates, Mrs. Henry . 431- 439-477 Battel. Frank A 390 Bauchard. Marion 448 Bauckhom. Fred C 369 Bauckus. Anita 49-443 Baudeman. D 175 Bauer, C 159 Bauer. Homer L 49 Bauer. Mary 1 49-481 Bauer. Maxwell 261-376 Bauer, William C. 32-49-376 Baum, Phillip M 49 Baumgartner. William C. 49 Baunnuin, Helen 473 Bauschard. Frederick G. 26- 49-254-272-364 Bauschke. C. H 307 Baxter. Dow V 324 Baxter. John H 49 Baxter. Voilan 324 Baxter. Wallace. . .308-358 Beach. David 352 Beach. Leslie 394-417 Beal, Helen J 34-49-475 Beal. Mrs. Junius.. 311-435 Beal, Margaret 435 Beal. Robert T 41- 49-240-241-320 Beamer. Miles E. . 305-385 Bean. John . x; Beard. Allen 175-371 Beard. Elizabeth 133 li. ' .-ii ' i, r,i.ui " i.. s. 270-27I-.f71 Beardslee. Lelih . 49-4X1 Bebee, Francis H.. .270-276 Beck. Dorothy 26- 50-327-432 Beck, Richard. 50-266-267 Becker. Arnold 50-259-367 Becker, R. F 307 Beebe. Hugh M. . 354-406 Beech. Francis . I ' ) i Beechler. J. 168 Beeksky. E 169 . D 3O6 Beesley. Jack 353 Beesley. Robert 353 Begley. Harry 175-253 Behymer, Mary L. . . 261- 446-47. ' Beiiwgle, Mrs. Herbert. 444 Belate. George 413 Belcher. Esther 34-50-475 Belknap. Ralph 381 Bell, C 161 Bell, Charles M.. . .287-289 Bell, Donald. E 50- 158-255-355 Bell. Francis A. Bell. James. . SO Bell, M I5X Bell. Dr. Margaret 433- 434-475-497-498 Bell. Merton J I7-35X H.-ll. Millard J !71 Bell. Ruth . ' 0-432 Bell. Virginia 4M Bell, Walter Ws Bellamy. W. A. .307 Belleville. Leone 26-50-457 Uelsley. J. 170-413 Bement, Newton 38 Bender. William 395 Bendt. Elfreide 50 Benjamin. Harry S. . . . 167- 277-366 Benjamin, Jack 165 Benjamin, S. H 3O6 Benke. Robert 50 Benkema. L 162 Benkeme, Maynard .41- 51-320-418 Bennett. Chester 272- 287-313 Bennett. I. Walter F. . .274 Bennett. Kathryn 299- 332 4S3-475 Bennett. Keith F. . 276-374 Bennett. Richard 418 Bennett. Robert 354 Bennett. V. 415 Bennett. Mrs. Wells 450-453 Bcnsenger. Robert L. 177- 266-267-415 Bensky, Sam 50 Benson. Boyd 5O Benson. Clarence . . .50-354 Benson. Davis . 50 Benson, Gertrude 454 Benson, Lois 481 Benstock, Melvin . . .306 IViirl ' 7X-450-486 Bentlcy. Dorothy L. . .440 Bentlcy, H. Wilder u Bentley. jean 442-493 Benton. K. C. 3O7-384 Benz. Erwin J 382 Benz, Helen 437 Margaret 433 Beraducci, Alfred . SO-390 Berentson. Benjamin . . 261 Berg. Birgcr 324 Berg. Jane SO-273 Berg. S 170 Bcrge. Mrs. Wendell ..450 Bergcr. Arthur 353 Bergelin. John . . .- 235 PAGE 571 INDEX Bergman, Emma 475 Bergman, Milton. . .51-369 Bergsman, Charlotte. . . .51 Bergsman, Eugene 51 Bergstrom, Henry A. . . .374 Berkavitz, Dina 51-457-489 Berkawitz, Benjamin 51 Berkawitz. William 51 Berkman, Allan H 261 Bernstein, Arthur J 261- Bernstein, S 307 Bernthal, Theodore .51-406 B ' Nai B ' rith Hillel Foun- dation 273 Board in Control of Athletics 189 Board in Control of Student Publications 25 Boddy, Leonard 370 Boddy, Mrs. Leonard. .491 Bodewig, Eleanor 490 Boerner, Quenten 324 Boerth. Edwin H. . . .53-406 Boesche, Fenelon W.C. 158- 272-311 Bofsky, Fayga 53-481 Bogart, Velda 444 Boger, Dorothea. . .443-490 Bohanna, Mavie 493 Bonn S. Stephen 53 Beta Theta Pi .... 349 Settler, Marjorie 51- 299-332-455 Betts, Richard 353 Betz. Stanley. . 167-259-361 Beuthien F. ..444-487 Boinsteel R. O. 365 Boldizar, Albert 361 Boldt, Clarence 236-353 Boley William 384 Bevis, Daniel 51 Beyer, Karl W. . .40-51-330 Beyer, Marion 51 Beyerlein C 177 Bollinger, Palmer. .308-377 Bolotin, Belle 449-486 Bolotin, Freda 53-449 Bond, Ethel 481 Bond, Harlon . 166-287-306 Bone, Catherine 432 Bone Phoebe 432 Beyne, Marie 327-333 Bicknell, Frank. . . .358-408 Bidgway, Violet .5 1-447-488 Biebly, Francis 51- 432-490-498-500 Bonelli Richard 287 Bigelow, S. Lawrence . . 364 Billheimer John L 358 Bonisteel, Jean L 448 Bonner, Prof. Campbell 299-332 Billings, Mrs. M. I 491 Billingsley. John 324 Binda, Guido 52-325 Bonnette, Paul C. . .53-407 Bonninghausen, Russel.42- 54-324 Boone Bert R. 406 Bird Edith 52 Bird! Mrs. Margaret. . .440 Bird Mrs R. L. . ..491 Boone, Bertus L 328 Boone, Daniel J. . . . 167-363 Booth, George P 387 Booth, Mrs. Wm. G. . . .433 Bordeau, Raymond 54 Borne, Bertus 54 Boron, Frances 54-457 Bird, William J 270-398 Birdi, Hozara D 326 Birdsall Agnes . . 432 Birdseye Ruth 446 485-498 Birk, Mrs. John M 432 Birney, Kenneth 26- 52-377 Birnkrant, Arthur 52 Bosley, Beatrice 54 Bostick, Peter. . .41-54-418 Bostick, Virginia 452 Boston. Mrs. Orlan W..428 Bostrom, Fred J 54- 305-320-384 Boswell, Charles C 54- 311-312 Boswell, Jean M. . .446-494 Botsford, Jean 442 Bishop, Charles. . .26-27-52 Bishop, Donald 365 Bishop, Edith 428 Bishop, Mrs. Mortimer. 430 Bishop Ruth 52- Bourland, Clara 431 158-440-455 Bishop, Sarah 434 Bourland, Rebecca 431 Bourquin, Mrs. J. F. . . .440 Bissell, Stanley 52 Bittinger. Mrs. P. H. . .478 Bixby W. Herbert 52 Bovard Alan J. 54- 192-194-358 Bovard, Theodore F 379 Bowbeen, Norman . . . . 171- 287-305 Bowen, Edward W 364 Bowen, Ellagene 177- 444-481 Black, J. Louis 353 Blacker, Frederick 53 Blair, Evelyn 52 Blair Haurel 365 Blair, Thomas H. . . .52-406 Blake F. A. 307 Blake, W. E 299-332 Blakely, B. 41 Bowers, E 160 Bowers, G 162 Bowersox, Norman 286-398 Bowie, Pauline 433 Bowsher, Kent 394 Blakely, Jack 52 Blanchard, Ernest 52 Blanchard, John . . . .53-361 Blanchard, Lowell 53 Boxwell, John 30-54 Boxwell, Titus 413 Boycheff, Florence L. . .54- 439-459 Boyd, D. 159 Blank, Myron 367 Blaser, Lee .... 158-255-259 Blashill, Mrs. Blanche. 53- 491 Blashill, James B. . . .53-406 Blashill, Margaret 53 Blass, Roy B. . .53-266-267 Blicke, Frederick F 377 Bliman, Elsie 481 Boyden, Horace 54 Boyer, James F 364 Boyer, Robert 54-353 Boylan, Donald 54 Blocher, Raymond 365 Block, Rose . 490 Brace, Fred 167- 240-247-255-350 Brace, William 408 Blomquist, Albert E 363 Bloom, Albert. ... 421 Bloom, Dorothy 53- 327-445-470-481-500 Bloomgarden, D 262 Blott, Jack L. . 190-218-369 Blum, Kathleen 441 Blumenstein, David 53 Blumer, D. . . ..167 Bracken, Jack 306 Bradbury, Jean E 452 Bradbury, Robert W. . .418 Bradbury, Mrs. Robert. 437 Braden, Spencer .30-55-413 Bradfield, Mrs. John. . .433 Bradford. David 55 Bradlev, Burnette 308- 327-433-492 Bradley, Catherine. .55-428 Bradley, George 55-254-387 Bradley, Marian 430 Bradly, Katherine 474 Bradshaw, Dorain E. . . 324 Bradshaw, Elizabeth. . .450 Bradshaw. Park. 30-55-413 Bradstrom, Charles M. 407 Bradtmiller, Robert 55 Brady, Frederick J. 161-406 Brady, Marjorie 26- 55-56-441-488 Brady, T. Kenneth ... .385 Braendle. G. G 55-306 Brag. Prof. E. M... 258-296 Bragg. Mrs. E.M..M.D. 434 Braitman, Louis. ..161-421 Brake, F. Arthur 407 Branch, Charles D 289 Branch, Hira . .287-307-413 Branch, Mrs. Ralph M. 443 Brandon, S 175 Brandt, L 55-165-400 Brandt, Wed 55 . Brardwood, Robert . . . 266- 267-364 Braun, Barbara 1 75-436-493 Braun, Mrs. Carl 436 Braun. Hilda 436 Braunirger, Grace 497 Breakey, Mrs. James. . .429 Breakey, Mrs. Robert. .435 Breaky, Louise 431 Bredt, Howard 55 Bredvold, Mrs. L. I. . . .428 Breed, Mrs. Christine. .431 Breniser, Harry 365 Bretschneider, Alma. . .448 Brett, F 176-352 Brewer, Stephen M. . . .358 Breyfogle, Herbert . 175-361 Bridges, Ray C 311 Bridgeway, Violet 492 Bridgwater, John W. 55-369 Brien, Douglas 259 Brien, Ivan 34-55 Brier, J. C 417 Brier, Mrs. John C 448 Briggs, Mrs. C. P 442 Briggs, Dorothy E 428 Briggs, Gerald E 366 Briggs, Robert P 418 Bringlae, John R. . .266-267 Brinley, Kathryn 487 Brisbin, J. F 307 Bristol, Richard . .41-55-325 Brittain, Perm M 442 Brittain, Florence L. 55-437 Brock, Marian 444 Brockbank, Elaine 55 Brockmeier, David L. . . 358 Broderick, William H. . .414 Brody, Viola A 56 Brodaw, Eleanor M 56 Bromme, William . . 289-408 Brook, Katherine 433 Brook, Madge 433 Brooke, Ruth 26- 56-275-433-457 B rooks, Jane 430 Brooks, Madeline. . .56-457 Bropry, Mrs. Marie. . . .491 Brower, Irving 354 Brown, Mrs. Arthur. . .435 Brown, Audrey 442 Brown, Augusta 445 Brown, Avis M 56-452 Brown, Byron P 289 Brown, DorotheaB. 266-267 Brown, Dorothy M. . . .428 Brown, Edwin D 56 Brown, Mrs. Edwin E. .452 Brown, Mrs. Everett. . .429 Brown, Frank P 374 Brown, G. G 417 Brown, Henry 56 Brown, Howard 56 Brown, J 160 Brown, Jessie 56-432 Brown, John W 56-376 Brown, Leo F 369 Brown, M. Vertner 56 Brown, Mary Louise . . .56- 286-327-471 Brown, Maurice S 56 Brown, Max 352 Brown, Mercedes 432 Brown, Norman D. . .56-305 Brown, Philip 179-352-408 Brown, Mrs. R. J 491 Brown, R. Sanger 415 Brown, Mrs. Robert. . .444 Brown, Robert C. . .406-407 Brown, Robert H 56 Brown. W 175 Brown, W. E 365 Brown, Mrs. W. E., Jr. 430 Brown, Willard, Jr 370 Brown, William 377 Browne, William J. 158-305 Brownell, C. Wayne . . .369 Brownell, Durwin H 57 Brownless, Leonard C. .399 Brownson, William T. . .379 Brozovick, John 57 Brubaker, Hastings 57 Bruce, James 289-408 Brueggmann, Amy 459 Bruggema, Jacob 57 Bruick, Hope 452 Brumm, John. .272-327-365 Brumm, Mrs. John L. . .436 Brundage, Roy L 324 Brunett, E 166 Brunner, Frank 36-57 Brunstig, Henry 30-57 Brush, Charles 306-379 Brusie, Elizabeth, G.57-428 Bryant, J 168-242 Bryant, Nash 158-260 Brydges. William B. . . .379 Buchan, F 168 Buchan, Frederic. .167-277 Buchanan, William . . . .361 Buchanan, Mrs. William 433 Buckema, Mrs. Cornelius 491 Buckingham, Wm. W. .413 Buckley, Harry L. Mrs. 457 Buckley, Jeremiah P. . . 258 Buckley, Sallie 443 Buderus, William Jr. . . .366 Budge. Edith. .421-448-455 Buehler, Herman R. . . .370 Buell, Daniel H. Ill 57 Buell, Mrs. Mahlon 436 Buffington, Margaret. .442 Bugher, Mrs. J " irgaret . C.... .430 Buglier! John . " 408 Bukovsky, Alexia P 57 Bullard, Lyman A. Jr. .364 Bullock, Vivien 440-459 Bulmer, Dan 353 Bumgarner, Evelyn .57-455 Bumpus, Hortense . 308-435 Bunee, Dorothy 433 Bunge, Raymond E. . . .394 Bunkelmann, Karl 413 Bunshaw, Raymond. . .374 Bunting, Albert 57-311 Bunting, Mrs. R. W. . . .446 Burchfield, Virginia H. 430 Burd, William W 57 Burdett, Marjorie 429 Burg, Martin S 57-400 Burger, Carl F 57-414 Burgess, Charles M. 161-406 Burgess. Elizabeth 430 Burgess, John M 57 Burgie, Roland G. 42-57-324 Burk, Frances 455 Burke, C 34 Burke, Mrs. George. . . .441 Burkett, Florence M. . .452 Burkhard, Joseph H 58 Burkhardt, Barbara. . .443- 490-501 Burkons, Harold 421 Burman, Tybel S. . . .58-449 Burnam, Lillian 431 Burns, Herbert M 58 Burnstein, Doris 493 Burr, I. W 58 Burris, Floyd L 58-395 Bursley, Dean J 254-268 Bursley, Mrs. Joseph 431-439 Burt, Kathryn . . 58-447-488 Burton, Dorothy 58 Burton, Mrs. Marian L. 433 Burwell, Cornelia . . .58-454 Bury, Harriet 431 Busch, Jarvis E 311 Bush, Helen 34- 35-58-429-475 Bush, Jarvis E 364 Bush, Lela D 58-481 Bush, Margaret 58- 430-470-480 Business Administration Club 320 Buten, Frances . . . .437-488 Butenschoen, Louis. . . .311 Butler. Charlotte. .327-432 Butler, Kathryn . . . .58-436 Butler, Leslie 58-371 Butler, N ' orma 448 Butler, Ass ' t Prof. Orma F. 299-332 Butler, Ray E 58-406 Butler, Russel E 58 Butler, W. H 451 Butler, Mrs. W. H 451 Butler, William. . . .308-381 Butzbach, Eldon W. . . .414 Buzzard, Walter D. 58-406 Bychinsky, Irene S 59 Byshinsky, Wilfred 59 Byram, Frederick C 59 Byrn, Marshall 287 Bywaters.Waggonner T.413 Cabot, Dr. Hugh 289 Cabot, Mrs. Hugh. . . .432- 434-439 Cadaret, John N 59 Cain, Bernard i. .384 Calahan, A 166 Caldwell, J 34-35-59 Caley, William 355 Callaghan, J. Calvin . . .311 Callahan, Allan B 380 Callahan, Lois 430 Callander, Audrey 490 Callender, Alice 432 Calloway, A 178 Calver, Edward 327 Calvert, Frances 458 Calvert. Margaret 430 Cameron, Anne 298 Cameron, John F 59 Cameron, K 36-59 Cameron, Kenneth M..407 Cameron, Margaret 431-475 Cameron, O. J 40S Camp, Dr. Carl D 289 Campbell, Elizabeth. . .59- 436-492 Campbell, Holly E 59 Campbell, John A 366 Campbell, John 376 Campbell, Joyce 437 Campbell, Louise 470- 475-497 Campbell, O.J 439 Campbell, R 159 Campbell, Robert A. . .274- 287-306 Canfield, Norton. . .380-408 Canfield, Dr. R. Bishop 289-408 Canfield, M rs. R. Bishop 434-439 Cannon, Grace M. . .59-490 Cannon, Joseph H 363 Cantor, Meyer 59 Cantral, Martha 493 Cantrall, Charlotte 59 Cantrell, Martha 447 Cape, Frances 64 Caple, Clara 489 Cappon, Franklin. .191-194 Capron, Harold G 377 Custis, Captain 506 Carapetian, Haikaz 59 Carbeck, Leona M 59 Carew, Dorothy M 59 Carey, Louise A 443 Carey, Margaret 441 Carey, Miriam 443 Carl, Ruth A 60 Garland, Mary. . .34-60-457 Carland, William M 414 Carleton, Mrs. Arthur. 437 Carlson, C 162 Carlson, F. L 60-307 Carlson, H 169 Carlson, Pearl L 60-481 Carman, Everett F 60 Carmichael, G. A 408 Carney, Marguerite .... 441 Carney, Ruth 60 1 1)EX Carney, R. J 417 Carol. Ruth A 493 Carpenter, Elizabeth . . . 435 Carr, Basil L 60 Carr, H 36-37-60 Ci.tr, Lowell J 2 X Carr, Mrs. L. J 443 Carr, Prof. W. L. . . 299-332 Can-in, H 167 Can-others, Prof. George E. 272-374 Carrow, Teressa . . . .60-431 Carson, R 175 Carter, C. E 374 Carter, C. Wilbert . .60-407 Carter, Dorothy 440 Cartwright. Helen 481 Cartwright. James E..262- 358 Carver, Carleton G. 1 75-363 Carver, Lucy M 60 Cary. Beecher B 60 Casudy, Mildred 475 Casady, Thomas 353 Casady, Mrs. Thomas. .428 Case, Herman 354 Case. Lydia 299-332 Case. L. 417 Case, Merrill 60 Case, Mrs. Merril 491 Case, Theodore J 60 Casey, Abbie E 60 Caspar!, Frances 439 Cass, Herman 60 Casselman, Max 61 Cassidy. Mildred L 61- 443-490-498-500-501 Castner, J 41-61 Catchpole, Holland . 61-287 Catlin. H. J 306 Cato, Clarence M 61 Cattey, Francis B 61 Cavanaugh, James 61 Centanni, Anthony 61- 218-390 Chadeayne, J. Kingsley 370 Chadwick. Mrs. C. W. .439 Chaffee, Donald 169- 266-267 Chaikin, William 421 Challenger, Catherine. 175- 455 Chamberlin, Katherine . 43 1 Chamberlin, Robert 415 Champney, Greta 61 Chan, Gumdock (the Chin- ese Students ' Club) 321 Chan, H. M. (the Chinese Students ' Club). . ..321 Chan, Ruth M 473 Chandler, Frank 41- 61-320-418 Chang, Albert 61-321 Chang, Chaucer 321 Chang. Chang 321 Chang, I. Niem 321 Chang. Johnson 321 Chang, Pei C 321 Chang, Yu Y 321 Chapel, Eugenie 308- 433-476-492 Chapin. Helen 447 Chapla, Benjamin 413 Chapman, Richard . . . .366 Chapman, Robert 26- 61-210-361 Chapman, Mrs. Robert E. 450 Chapman. Wilbur 61- 165-320 Chappie, R 30-61 Charenelle. Gilbert. . . .374 Charles, Alice M 437 Charles. Isabelle . 61-437 Charter, Harold 61-286-414 Chase. Katherine. . .62-429 Chase, Mary 62- 261-262-432 Chase, Willard P 62 Chase. S 168 Chatfield, F 178 Cheever, Helen 312- 444-472-483-487 Chen, Graham 321 Cheney, Seymour J 21- 62-270 Cheng, T. H 321 Cheong, Ewe H 62-321 Cherry, John A 390 Chesey, Helen 481 Childs, Theron 376 Chin. L. M... 321 Ching, Y. S 321 Chi Omega . 440 Chi Phi (77 Chipman, Dorothy .... 432 Chipman, Mrs. D. C...432 Chipman, Hope 432 Chipman, Laura B. 62-444 Chipley, L 175 Chittenden. P. . . 173 Chow, C. W 32.1 Chowdbury, Gabru . .62-326 Choy, Martha 457 Christian, Palmer 287 Christian, Mrs. Palmer 432 Christman, A. A 417 Christy. Mrs. James. . .446 Chi Pfi . 343 Chu. Wilson S (21 Chuang, C. L 321 Church, D 168 Chynoweth. Elizabeth V. 452 Ciu. Ruth E 321 Cimini, Marie G. ....... .62 Ciocca. Edward C 390 Cioneh, W 158 Cissel, James H 374 Clagett, Oliver 305 Claucherty, Elizabeth ... 62 Clancy, Hugh 305-62 Clark. Aileen 436-493 Clark, Betty 493 Clark, Charles 384 Clark, Charles 62 Clark, Chester R 364 Clark, D. M 413 Clark, Edward J 406 Clark, Florence 447 Clark, Helen 489 Clark. Inez 475 Clark, Jean 457-492 Clark. Nelson 62 Clark. Richard 62 Clark. Rollin W. 240-258 Clark. Ronald W 374 Clark, William H 266- 267-358 Clarke. Mrs. Harry. 435 Clarke. Helene 62-444 Clarke, Hugh 354 Clarke. Kenneth 62 Clarke, Robert 167-168-240 Clarkson, Eugene N. ... 272 Clary. Rudolph I. 161-413 Clayton. Robert A. . 62-370 Clement, Florence 63- 173-312-486 Clemins, Helen 63 Clemmons. Lawrence. . .376 Clendenin, Robert 63 Clifford, Kathleen 327- 446-472-484 Clizbe, Wilma 490 Clovice, Alexander 457 Coates, Edwin 408 Coats, Mrs. H 444 Cochran, R. Janet . . . 26-440 Cochran, P 28 Cochran. Ruth 63 Cochran. Stanley 264- 265-270-275-376 Codling. Laura .... 262-442 Cody, Louise 63- 431-475-481-490-498 Cody, Hiram S 274 Coffey. Hobart R 414 Cofran, George 63 Coggan, John 63 Cogshall. Mrs. Charles D. Cogshall. Martha 63- 443-483-492 Cohen. Anita 63 Cohen. Benjamin 63-299-332 Cohen, Irving 63 Cohen. 1 167 Cohen, Jane 445 Cohen, Joseph .273-298-367 Conn, Milton 63 Coile, Theodore 1 324 Colangelo, Nicholas 63 Colburn, William 355 Colby.Dorothy 450-497-498 Colby, Mrs. Martha G. 439 Colby. Robert A 379 Cole, Charlotte 63 Cole. E 40 Cole. Kenneth W. . 414 Col, Madeline 443-486-501 Cole, Margaret 444 Cole. R 26 Cole. Rebecca 266- 267-411 178 Cole, Richard 63- 264-275-308-369 Colhoon, Floyd N 369 Coll, H 28 Coll, Harry 63-275-387 Collegiate Sorosis 431 Collins. Richard 64 Toiler. Ur.Frcdcrick 289-408 Coller. Mrs. F. A 442 Collick. Lorraine . .455-492 Collins. A. Wilson. 163-415 Collins, Helen 64-457 Collins. Olo 458 Collins. Richard E 376 Collison, George T 363 Colopietro. Frank D. . 390 Colton, Mrs. Arthur L. 274 Colvin, Dorwin H 407 Col well, Frances 64 Ci.lwell, John 64 Comedy Club 308 Comins. Frank 308 Compton, Josephine. . .447 Compton, William 395 Comstock, William .266-267 Conard. Elizabeth M. .473 Condon, Miss Lydia 43 1-43 7 Conger, S. Beach 261 Conlin, Julia M 266- 267-308-325-441 Condler, J 168 Conlin. J 160 Conlin, Julia Mae .478-488 Conn, Harold 64 Connable. Mrs. Alfred. 430 Connell. Eleze 442 Connell, Stella 64 Conner, Addison D 364 Conrad, Alexander H. 406 Conrad, Mrs. Anna M. 491 Conrad. W 162 Considi. Catherine M. 440 Converse. Lynn M 407 Convisser. Josephine 167- 262-449 Conway, Leo J. .276-363 Cook, Audra 447 Cook, Mrs. Charles W. 45O Cook, Donald C 259- 276-379 Cook. Gertrude 457 Cook. H 167 Cook, Harold A 398 Cook. Lee 384 Cook. P 172 Cook, Robert B. 394 Cook, Mrs. Warren F. 432 Cooke. Eleanore 444- 472-480 Cooley. Mrs. C. H 428 Coombe, G 169 Cooley. Howard 64 Cooley. H. D 296 Cooley, Thomas M. . .261- 305-361 Cooley. Mrs. Mortimer, 430 Coon. Harry 64 Coon, Harry 1 407 Cooper, Charles 64 Cooper. E. L 287-306 Cooper, Frank E 259- 261-398 Cooper. Irving. 273-312-372 Cooper, James B 398 Cooper. James 64 Cooper, Ruth 455 Coote, Opal M 439 Cope, Frances A. . .450-492 Cope. Persis M 298 Copeland. Margaret 64- 442-492 Coote, Opal 64 Corbet. Ruth M 4JO Corbett. Miss Hazel . . .454 Corcilluis. Eleanor 487 Corder. Kenneth 64 Corell, George H 379 Corell. Horace 64 Corey, Claire 455 Cork, Mrs. James M. . .432 Corkson. James 64 Corn. Elizabeth 65-445 Con-ell, Charles 65-123 Cornell, Demarious 457-492 Cornell. Margaret 65 Cornell, Marguerite . 448 Cornwell. Francis M. 163- 194-371 Con-ell. Charles K. . . Corriden. Donald 218-355 Corson. Mildred M. 440 Corwin. Helen 455 Corwin. H. Hobart. .274 Coryell. William L. 379 Cossar, L 65-158-444 Cossar, Lucille 444 Cossitt. Lois G. 65-446-481 Costello. John 65 Cota. Clarence M. 380 Cote. Madeline 65-327-455 Concke. Henry 65 Conltrap. W 162 Couper, William 365 Courtis. Thomas M. 242-364 Coventry. William . .65-289 Coverlcy. H. L. 369 Covert, Mrs. Arthur 436 Covert. Elizabeth 436 Cowan. Sidney 26-65 Cowden. Jean 175-442-493 Cowden. Mrs.R.W. 442-444 Cowen. Frederick 65 Cowell, Wayne 365 Cowell, Mrs. Wayin- G. 437 Cowi. Mrs. David M. 434 Cowie. Dr. David 289 Cox, Diana J 430 Cox, Dorothy V 65- 473-487-489 Cox, Mrs. J. J 442 Cox, P. W II7 Cox. R 175 Coxford, Arthur 65 Coyer. Elma 487 Craig, Robert Jr 324 Craig, Mrs. R 4 Crandall, R 174 Crary , Douglas 354 Crawford, I. Palmer . 365 Crawford. Robert 167- 262-387 Crawford. William G. 38- 65-266-267-371 Crawford. Wilma 450 Creal, Mrs. Danna 442 Crego. Walter 65-374 Cress, E. H 365 Cress. Mrs. James . 4 vs Crile. Ella 457-4X ' ) Crim, Harold D 418 Crippa. Albert . .158-355 Crissey, John ..... 65-415 Crittenden, Prof. A. R. 299-332 Crittenden, Mrs. A. R. 442 Crocker. Mrs. Alice . .428 Crocker. Fandrina 433 Crocker. Lionel G 374 Croope. Vivian M. H ' - 439-481 Crosby, Carroll 66 Crosby, Mrs. C 444 Crosby, Dr. Elizabeth .434 Cross, Mrs. Emma P. 43 ' ) Cross. Florence L 454 Cross, Mrs. Frank H. 432 Cross, Jerome 287 Cross. J. Orrin 307-370 Grossman, Kathryn. . . .436 Grossman. Keith 377 ll.-nrv H. 158-377 Crow. Martin E. 266-267 Crowe, M 150 Crowther. Charles 66 Crowther. Morley 353 Crozer. Elizabeth 164-452 Crull. Lila 66 Cramp. Lcla 66-446 Cudlip. Catherine 433 Cudworth. Marion 433 Culver. Beatrix 444 Culver. Harry B. 262-387 Culver. Robert B. (87 Cummings. Annette 43 I Curf man. Lawrence 66 Currie. Dean 66-387 Currie. Thomas T. 266-267 Curry, Fredda M. II " Curry. Jen-old W 264- 265-366 Curry, Robert K. 4O8 ... 66 Curtis. Arthur 413 Curtis. Mrs. E. D 430 Curtis, Elizabeth 457 Curtis, Harriet .66 Curtis, J. E 307 Curtis. Omar 352 Curtis, Quin 66 Curtis, Mrs. R. H. n; Curtis, Robert 66-352 Curtiss. Ralph 353 Cushing, Elwood 355 Custer, Rav 66 Cuthbert, Dorothy 66 Cuthbcrtson, Ralph 66-418 Cutler. C. M 66 Cutler. E. . . . .160 Cutler, Elizabeth B. 266- 267-446 Cutler. E. Malcolm 66 Culling, lack 259 Cutter. Elizabeth 266-267 Cutting, Richard 353 Cuyler. Louise 451 Dackeray, Leona 4X7 Dackeray. Mrs. Robert 491 Dadaret. Edward C. . . .407 Danwell. Charles 66 Dahl. Loren 67 Dahl. Roland J 40- 67-33O-379 Dahlberg. Mrs 444 Dahli-m. Alvin G. 26- 194-380 Dahn, Norman 67 Dakeu, Maxwell 67 Dalby, H. Gordon 306-395 Dalby, Mrs. Mary E. . .439 Dalby. Robert P 413 Dale. James F 67-358 Dale. Jeanette 1 58-260- 308-433-476-488-489-492 Dales. Benton 415 Dalke. Paul D 124-3X4 Dall. Geraldine 1X1 D ' Alleva. Basilio 67 Dally. Alyce 67 Dalrymple. Bryon W. 167- 305-366 Dalton. Elwood 67 Daly. Roy C. 28-67-27O-371 Damm. Russel A 366 Dana. Samuel T 324 Dana, Mrs. Samuel T. 440 Dancer. Helen 67- 430-474-494 Dandra. Hubert E 406 Danforth. Mrs. Percy . 435 Daniels. Norman J. . . . 167- 194-210-364 D ' Anna. Edward 234 Danneffel. G. J 3O7 Danyew. Dwipht ..41-67 Darbaker, Arthur K. 67- 385 Darling, Grace 67- 457-486-488 Darner, Charles. ' l Darrow. Lawrence M . 382 Datton. K. 26 Daume. Karl W 414 Daun. Gordon T. 385 Davenport. Anne . 440 Davenport. Mrs. Kenneth Davenport. K. M 4O8 Davenport. Ward 415 Davidson, Elizabeth 67 Davidson, Robert D. . .377 Davies. Windsor 1 70- 352-408 Davis. Agnes A. 262-428 Davis. Bernice 67-459 Davis, Mrs. Bradley . .444 Davis. C. James 387 Davis, Clayton ' ' Davis. Charles M. 382 Davis. Mrs. CO.. 437 Davis. D. II Davis. Don R. 354-370 Davis. Egbert 260 Davis, Genevieve 455-493 c " .; ; ,,lys I ' 1 ' l .uis. Ion - E. 68-439 Davis, James ;; INDEX Davis, J. Vernor . . . 260-262 Davis, Janet 445 Davis, Ledru. . .68-260-381 Davis, Lionel 68 Davis, Ottalie 452 Davis, R 168 Davis. Robert 68 Davis, Thomas M.. 262-361 Davis, Wallace H. . . .68-374 Davis, Wayne E. .34-68-382 Davis, William M. . 298-363 Davison. S 159 Dawson, Betsy A. . 430-460 Day, Clifton 376 Day, Tune 431 Day, William 32-68 Dearborn. Ned 324 DeBaker, Russel A 366 DeBoe. Lucile 459 DeCrausaz, Douglas. . . .68 DeGraff, Benjamin. . . .384 Dehmel, Olga 68 DeHollander, William . . .68 Deihl, Gladys. 481 Deinzer. H. T 307 Dejourne, Estelle. . .68-429 Dejourno, Julie 68-327 de la Vergne, Paul . . 68-374 Delo, Eleanor 68-444 Delp, Leonard 68-287 Delp, Mrs. Leonard 491 Delta Alpha Epsilon . . .382 Delta Delta Delta 436 Delta Kappa Epsilon. . .345 Delta Gamma 430 Delta Omicron 451 Delta Sigma Phi 376 Delta Sigma Rho 286 Delta Tau Delta 353 Delta Theta Phi 414 Delta Zeta 448 Del Toro, Mrs. Julio. . .447 Del Lude, L 36 Demoret, Max 308 Denier, John 167-261- 308-364 Denier, William H 160- 266-267-364 Densmore, Doris 1 158- 437-483 Densmore, Floyd 408 Densmore, Prof. Gail E. 286-311 Deo. M. Robert. . .218-377 De Free, J 328 Derby, Reva E 440-492 Deselm, Charles. . . .68-374 Desenberg, Bertha .445-490 Desenberg, Johanna .69-445 Deterle, Mrs. Robert.. 433 De Tong, R 170 Deutsch, Millard 259 De Vaux, Arthur 69 Devereaux, C 40 Devine, Mrs. Frank 441 Devine, Marjuita B. . . .451 De Vol, Elizabeth 26- 69-432-480-481 DeVos, Marvin 177-266-267 Dewey. Mrs. Barbara. .451 De Witt, Dale. 167-277-374 DeWitt, F. J., Jr 417 DeWitt, Helen.. . 175- 308-432-493 De Woody, Gerald 69 Dhariwal, Puron 326 Dhillon. Arjan 326 Diack, Mrs. Archibald . 432 Diack, Samuel 69 Diack, Mrs. Samuel . . . .436 Diamond. Yendes 439 Dibble, Samuel, Jr. 398 Dibble. William B 364 Dickerson. B 158 Dickey, Lawrence 408 Dickey, Olive 434-473 Dickey, Robert 69-352 Dickinson, Mrs. Edwin 443-477 Dickinson, Hazel 455 Dickinson, Z. Clark 286 Dickoff, Annette. . .444-487 Dickstein, Bernard. 69-421 Diehl, G ' adys . . . 429-488 Diehl, John. . . .159-270-381 Diehl. Phyllis 447.48! Diencr, Louise 431 Dierberger, Wesley .... 355 Dietsch. Earl S 400 Dietz, Philip 28-69 DiFrancesco, Charles.. 390 DiFrancesco, Vincent.. 390 Digby, R 178 DiGiulio, Armando 69 Dill, Virginia 477 Dillingham, Ralph 365 Dillingham, Sherman . . 163- 354 Dillon. Roger 69 Oils, S 167 Dimmers, A 162 Dimmick. Ralph 407 Dinius. Stephen . . . 158-358 Diock, Mrs. A. W 455 Dixon. Grace 32-440 Dixon. John 352 Dixon, Margaret 69-440 Dixon. Robert 69- 165-305-320-395 Dixon, Whitney 308 Dji, Lih Bao 321 Dju, Ao 321 Doane, Charles 69-270-371 Dobbin, John 158-353 Dobson, Helen 490 Dockeray, Leone 69 Dodds, Ruth M 448 Dodge, Russel 395 Dolinsky, Emanuel .69-372 Dolman, James 32-70 Domine. Helen 48- 158-261-432-472-474-484 Domke. Clifford 355 Donahue, Dorothy 70 Donaldson, Samuel. . . .408 Donaldson, Mrs. S 433 Donnelly, T 167 Donner, Carl 400 Donohue, Albert 269- 276-311-312 Donohue.Eilleen 441 D ' Oage. Mrs. Martin.. 432 Doolittle, Donald 353 Dorsey, John 298 Dottenheim. Melville 26-70 Dotts, H. W 307 Doty, Albert 70 Doty, Edwin 408 Dougall, William . . 158-364 Douglas, Mrs. Henry. .429- 455 Douglas, Leslie 385 Dow, Arline 452 Dow. Earle, Mrs 431 Dow, H. Ruth 70-448 Downey. Kenneth 352 Downing. Ivan 407 Downing. Willard . .210-366 Dowsett, William .... 28-70 Doyle. Charles .... 287-307 Doyle, William 353 Drake, E. Douglas 352 Drake, Milton 41-70 Drake, Ormond 70- 286-311-312-313-385 Draper, Mary 299-332 Draveling, L 158-194 Dravenstatt, Coral. . . .327 Drean, James 352 Dresselhause, Donal 287-306 Dressier, Jeannette .70-441 Drinkans, Mildred 492 Driscoll, Janet 433-455-493 Drohomeriski, Michael 42- 324 Drummond, D. H 417 Drummond, Jennie. . . .453 Drury, Walter R 370 Dubois, George A 398 Dubpernell, Edward . . .41- 70-320 Dubuy, C. T 307 Du Charme, Charles. . .189 Duckman, Leonard 70 Duckwitz, William 70 Dudley, Roy M 385 Duellman, Myles 40-70-330 Duff, William 352 Duffield. Jean J. 70-430-481 Duffield, J. . . 167 Duffield, John M 366 Duffy. James 189 Dulton, Dallas 71 Dulude. Leslie 70 Dunbar, R. M 324 Duncanson, Donald . . . .414 Dunlap, Dorothy 442 Dunlap, Homer 71-381-414 Dunlap, Assoc. Prof. J. E 299-332 Dunn, Jesse J 3.11 Dunn, Mary Elizabeth 167-333-441-492 Dunn. Russell 258 Dunning, Margaret C. 440-455 Dunnebacke, Charlotte C 71-477 Dunston, Mrs. Laura . .441 Dunstone. H. Carter. . .408 Dural. John 327 Durant. Jean 475 Durant, Thomas .30-71-410 Durfee, Mrs. Edgar. . .431 Durfee, Max 71 Dusenbury, George. . . 158- 240-255 Dusse, Marion 455 Dusseau, Margaret. . . .457 Duval, John 327 Duval, Robert 71 Dwyer. Ruth 71 Dybvig, Charles C 364 Dye, Dorothy 489 Dye, Ronald C. ' 380 Dykstra, Gerald. . . .71-286 Dynes, Alice 481 Dysterhouse, J 177 Dzieurewicz, Catherine 459 Dzikowicz, Stanley 71 Eagan, E 167 Eaglesfield, Elizabeth . .430- 493 Eagleson, Stuart 361 Eaman, Margaret .... 433- 472-484-498 Eapen.Kuttiparampil E 326 Earl, Virginia 71-443 Easley, Muriel 327 Eastland, J. K 71 Eastman, Alice. . .34-71-457 Eastman, Harry. . .218-352 Eastwood, F. . . 158 Eastwood. G 306 Eaton. Margaret 298 Eavans. Robert R 73 Ebenholtz, Edith J 451 Eberbach, Linda 429 Eberly, Helen 455-487 Eckel, Albert . . . .36-71-407 Eckels, Margaret 71- 260-261-327-432-474 Eckstein, H. C 417 Eddy, Mrs. Kelson. . . .439 Edgar, John R 266-267 Edgert. Bert 372 Edington, M. Marie. . .446 Edmans, Dorothy 506 Edmunds, Mrs. C. W. .444 Edmunds, Charles 354 Edwards, Douglas 366 Edwards, William 71 Effinger, Mrs. J. R 430 Effinger, John 71 Effinger, Margaret 430 Efroymson, Edward . . .367 Egan, Richard 175-355 Egeland, Bessie 26- 72-165-457-471-474 Egeland. Edith 72 Egeland, Valborg 26- 457-471-474-480 Eggert, B 167 Ehrcsman, Charles J. . .366 Ehrlich, Beatrice. . .273-445 Ehrlich, Maxwell 421 Eich, Louis M. .286-31 1-3X4 Eickelberger, M. B....394 Eiclson, M 195-450 Eiserman, Ray. . . .177-311 Eix Aben, W 170 Eliasohn, Jacob 72 Eliezer, Xorman 262 Eliot, Joseph . . .72-271-363 Ellesin, Daniel S. . . . 414 Ellicock, Clarence. . .72-387 Ellinger, Verald 327 Elliot, Margaret 470 Elliott. William 352 Ellis, C. B 307 Ellis, F 177 Ellis, Ruth 442-489 Ellison. E.J 26-72-259 Ellsworth, Carl 370 Ellsworth, E 176 Elsworth, Dorothy. . . .167- 443-498-501 Elsworth, Marjorie 443-501 Elsworth, Marie .... 72-494 Ely, Elise 432 Ely, Sheldon.. 266-267-415 Eman, 7 2 E ' mde, Ludwig 28-72 Emerson, Herbert W. . .363 Emerson, Jeannette 72 Emerson. Mrs. R. W. . .440 EUKTV. Charles . 72-361-408 Emery, William. . .162-376 Emory, Mrs. Harvey . . .433 Emswiller. Prof. J. E. . . 258 Endlich. Bernice 327 Engel, Carl 366 Engelfried, Mrs. Eleanor 491 Engelfried, Henry 72 Engelman, M 171 Engels, John 72 Engineering Council . . .270 Engineering Honor Society 271 Engle. Lynwood 72 Engle, Mary 454-493 Ensminger, Mrs. Fred . .441 Ensminger, Sallie . . 444-485 Entin, Saul 72 Eppens, Iris . . .299-327-332 Eppstein, Earl 372 Ericson, Mildred 492 Eriksen. Duane 369 Ernst, Harold 72 Erwin, P 167 Eskil, Norman 455 Esling, Dean A 366 Esman, Morris 26-73 Esselstyn, Donna. .439-440 Essen, Eleanor 73 Essery, Florence 475 Estabrook, Alice. . .441-489 Estes, Garrett E 324 Estes, Walter 73-414 Eta Sigma Phi . . 299-332 Ettinger, Mrs. Elmer E. 450 Evans, A 168 Evans, Alice 497 Evans, Allison 270-370 Evans, Eva 73 Evans, Kathryn 73-444-492 Evans, Mary. . .73-444-492 Evans, R 195 Evans, Robert B 73 Eveland, DeForest H. . .364 Evely, Arthur. . . 32-73-355 Everett, Franklin 384 Everett, Mrs. T. J 432 Everhart. Mrs. C 491 Ewing, Charles. .32-73-414 Eymon, Catherine 429 Faber, Mrs. Dorothy. . .491 Faber. Howard L 407 Fairbairn, Elizabeth ... 73- 266-267-454-478 Fairchild, Hubert L. . . 41- 73-287-320 Fairchild, J 36-73-407 Falcone, Nicholas. .306-307 Fales. Paula 436 Falm-r, Edward 352 Fallis, Frances B. . .439-492 Falls, Harold 376 Farley, Ernest 73 Farley, Frederick 73 Farmer, Robert E. 162-369 Farr, Anita 460 Farrell, Stephen . . . 190-234 Parrel], William . . . .73-228 Farrier, Mrs. R. A 491 Fast. Pauline 74-436 Faster. Selma 74 Fauri, Fedele 74 Faust, Frederick H 374 Faust, Mrs. William . . .431 Fax, Margaret E 437 Fead. Margaret 74-428 Fecheimer, Jane 445 Fcchhcimer, Richard. . .74- 367 Fehlig, Henry J. 34-74-398 Fehlman, George S. 74-418 Feinstein, Hyman 74 Feldkamp, Rolland F. . .363 Feldman. Charlotte. . . .445 Feldman, Robert J. 158-261 Felham, G 165 Felix. Robert 74 Felker, Crawford . . . 74-228 Felker, Ora 74-298-452 Fell, Boniface C 394 Fellows, Helen 26- 74-444-470-480-482 Felske, Dorothy 444- 485-490-498 Felton, J. Mark. ... 41- 74-278-418 Fendler. Ferdinand 74 Fenech, Louis 74 Fenel, Dorothy 74-450 Feng. Paul K. J 321 Fenneberg, Doris. . .75-477 Fensel. Dorothy 486 Fenstermacher, Lillian L 437 Ferency, Marian 441 Fergison, Bernice 75 Ferguson, A. L 417 Ferguson, Mrs. A. L. . .473 Ferrand, Louis G 406 Ferrin, Katherine 261- 480-483-485 Ferrin, Margaret. . .433-493 Ferrin, Winifred 437 Ferris, Frank 75 Ferris, Laurence 370 Fessenden, Charles H. . .363 Fettes, Howard L. . 168-369 Fiegel, Samuel 259 Field, Alice 444 Field, Burton 372 Field, Nathaniel L 374 Fields, Henry 413 Fierke. Paul J 400 Finch, Duward L. . . . -406 Finch. D. 1 417 Finch, Kathleen 457 Finch, Margaret .... 75-459 Finch, Marion 432 Finch, R 162 Findlay, Rolla 395 Fingerle. Earle C 371 Fingerle, Marie 443 Fink, Rabbi A. H 273 Finkelstein, Theodore ... 75 Finlay, Edward V. . .75-407 Finley, Joseph E. . . . 75-381 Finley, Laura 429 Finney, Burnette 75 Finney, Eileen 455 Finney, Elaine 493 Finsterwald, Mrs. Her- man 445 Firring, Paul 352 Fischer, Edward 75 Fish, Gertrude 75-458 Fisher. Barbara A 454 Fisher. Caroline 75-327-475 Fisher, Mrs. Charles. . .432 Fisher, Edward 75 Fisher, Ernest M 418 Fisher, Frances 75-447 Fisher, Harold 369 Fisher, James 75 Fisher, Louise E 440 Fisher, L. P 407 Fisher, Maxine 449-481-486 Fisher. Ray L 190-218 Fisher, Mrs. Ray L 432 Fishman, Benjamin 75 Fisk. Mrs. Nevin 445 Fitch, Ethel 75-481 Fitch. Robert 41-76 Fitzgerald, Marie. .164-327 Fitzpatrick, C 34 Fitzpatrick, Catherine . 428 Fitzpatrick, Charles .... 76 Fitzpatrick, Katherine . 26- 76-431 Fitzpatrick, Rice G W Fleer. Alfred W 400 Fiegel, Samuel A 37? Fleischaker, Stanley ... 169- 266-267 Fleischman, E. E 394 Fleishauer, Paul 352 Fleishman, Norman 76 PAGE 574 INDKX Fleming, Donna. . . .76-455 Fleming. E. H 166-307 Fleming, Rachel . . .428-4X3 Floury, Barbara ....... 76- 158-457-494 Flint, Margaret 76 Flo, Bertha 437-439 Flo, S 161 Flora, William R. 30-31-76 Florer, W. W 353 Flores, Frank F 258 Flynn, Dorothy .76-436-480 FoKarty, B 26-27-194 Fogarty, Richard 76 Fi.hl. Earle 76 Foley, Jack 376 Foley, T. Talburt 377 Follmer, Marjorie 76- 261-442-470-480 Folsimie, Mrs. Leah... 491 Fontana, M. G 417 Foote, Mrs. A. W 447 Forbes. Alexander. . .28-353 Forbes. Allan 76 Ford, Elizabeth. . . . 158-457 Ford, Mrs. Walter 447 Forster, Howard H 258 Forsyth, Bruce 36-76 Forsyth, Stuart 370 Forsythe, C 167 Forsythe, Franklin F. .158- 371 Forsythe, Louis 361 Forsythe, Norman 395 Forsythe, Virginia. 442-493 Fortune, Carl 381 Fortune, Mrs. Carl . . . .436 Fosler, June 442-489 Possum, Dudley C. .76-374 Foster, F 172 Foster, Mary 436 Foster, R 173 Fouch, William 159-369 Fournier, Emmanuel .... 76 Fowler, Robert D. . .77-417 Fox, Alice L 77 Fox, David 379-417 Fox, Mrs. Gerald 446 Fox, Helen B. . . 77-448-481 Fox, Margaret 440 Fox, Robert 371 Fraeger, C 32 Fralick, Mrs. Bruce. . . 446 France, Mrs. Luella. . . .446 Frandsen, Florence. . . . 158- 447-481-483-488 Frank, Irving 367 Frank, J 367 Frank, Joseph 259 Frankel, B 167 Frankel, Mrs. F. . . .273-445 Franklin, Ruth H 435 Frannenberger, G 179 Frantz III, Charles H. . 408 Fraunberger, A. B 370 Fraunfetter, James. . . .352 Fred, Nathan 259 Frederick, Marie 478 Frederick, William G...77- 417 Freeland, Ward C 77 Freeland, Mrs. Ward C. 491 Freeman, A 166 Freeman, A. Lee . . . 287-306 Freeman, Alwyn V 77 Freeman. E 175 Freeman, James 370 Freeman, James B 77 Freiburger, Leo 367 French. John W 366 French, Ruth 455 Freud. Clarice U 77 Frew, Mary 458 Freyburg, Richard H 77 Fried, Ralph 372 Friedland, Bernard B. . . .77 Friedland, Peter 77 Friedman, R. Joseph 77-354 Freedman, Leonard .... 243 Fries, Arthur H 77 Fries, Mrs. C. C 436 Frinkle, Herman C 77 Frisk, Leslie 370 Frissell, J. M 415 Frohne, Nancy . . . .432-457 Fromhart, Victor F. . .36-77 Fromm, Beatrice A 26- 77-455 Front, Charles 367 Frost. Edna 431 Frost, Elaine 2o- 78-436-476-488-492 Fry, Lynn 415 Frvc. Anthony L WO Fuchs, Miriam.. 78-273-443 Fuchs, Norma J 78 Fuger, Frederick . . 160-415 Fulghum, R. T 306 Fulghum, W. B 78-398 Fuller, Douglas J 78- 320-395 Fuller, Margaret 455 Fuller, Richard C.. 298-395 Fullerton, Sheldon C. . . 261- 363 Fullmer, Marian E 298 Fulton, Clark W 382 Fulton, Hugh A 78 Fung, Frederick S 321 Fung, L. W 321 Funkhauser, Catherine . 436 Fuoss. Robert 374 Furniss, Richard . . . 276-355 Furstenburg, Dr. A. C. .289 Furstenburg. Mrs. A. C. 431 Gaige, Fred 353 Galbraith, Russell . . . 78-365 Galbraith, John M. 161-413 Gale, Hamilton 370 Galens 289 Gallancy, Daniel 78 Gallagher, Dolores 78 Galloway, Calvin . . 78-408 Galloway, N 158 Gallup, David 366 Gallup, Mrs. E. A 439 Gamma Phi Beta 429 Gamrath, H. R 417 Gamsu, George 78 Gandy, Rhea 260 Ganiard, Louise 437-457 Gardiner, Joseph 365 Gardiner, Sprague 78 Gardner, Elizabeth 455-490 Garey, John 1 78 Gargoyle 259 Gamer, James E 366 Garrard, James F. . . 78-374 Garrison, R 168 Garrison, W 158 Garver, John 387 Garvey, John L 371 Garvey, Paul H 371 Garvin. Wynne C 78 Garwood, Mary G. .78-437 Gaston, H. P 307 Gates, Toe P 377 Gates, Neil A 175-382 Gates, Phyllis 79-433 Gattozzi, Joseph A. 78-390 Gaudy, Rhu 494 Gaul, L. Edward 79 Gault, Mrs. E. H 432 Gawne, S 162 Gay, Harold H 406 Gay, Helen R 446 Gaylord, Louise 439 Gecan, Charles V 79 Geddes, Ruth . . .79-261-444 Geer, Helen Rose 34- 35-79-457-475 Gehring, Mrs. Carl .431-439 Gehring. Harold W 379 Geib, Marian 79- 442-490-500 Geiger. Mrs. M. B 491 Geisler. Wesley C 382 Geistert, Walter E 26- 27-79-353 Gembis, Joe 194 Gens. Charles A 79 Genthe. Raymond E. ... 79 Gentry. William C. . . . 158- Gentz, William . . Georg, Lucille . . Georg. Martica H 261-388 266-267 442-486 ... 79- 442-453 . 79-387 ..443 George, Robley E. Gerard, Helen GerRstrom, H 167 Gerhard, B 167 Gerhard, Elizabeth 277-444 Gerhard, S. L 417 Gerhard t, Witmna 487 Gerhart. F 177 Gerk-ch, Myrtle 448 Gershman. Joseph G. ... 79 Gerson. Benjamin. .158-367 Gerstenherg, Richard C.418 Mrs. Robert I I Giambrone, Frank G. . .390 Gibson, J 178 Cfibson, Paul 369 Gibson. R. C 417 Gibson, Robert S 363 Giefel, Constance 435 Pies. Edwina 435 GU-s, Virginia M 38-79- 266-267-435-478-481 Gilbert. JohnE. 158-244-269 Gilbert. K 158 Gilbert, Stanleys 79 Gilding. Joseph P 4O6 Gilger, LeRoy W 79 ( ' ilkcy, Elizabeth 431 Gilkey. Olivia 428 Gill. ChananS i26 Gill, Miss Frances 435 Gill, Kartar S 326 Gill. Thomas G. .42-80-324 C-illard, Richard E 80 Gillespie. Mrs. Marvin. 491 Gillett, Miss Odeyne. . .450 Gillette, Janice 437 Gillies, Carl 413 Gillis, Eugene A 408 Gillis. Margaret L 80 Gillman, D 169 Oilman, Jean A 80- 298-440-449 C-ilmartin, Henry J. 270-366 Gilmore, Catherine. . . .457 Gimmy, Marian. . .256-472 Gimski. F 179 Ginerick, Mrs. S. F. . . 444 Gingrich. Milton M. ... 180 Ginn. Ginevra . 26-446-494 Oilman, William H 80 Glading, Benjamin 395 Gladwin, Frederick J. ... HO Glascock. Ivalita 266- 267-437-485 Glasebrook, A. L 417 C-laser, Bernice 262-327-455 Glaspie. K 178 Glazer, Sidney 298 Gleason. James P 80 Glen, Harrie J 80 Glen, Mrs. Ralene 491 Glendinning, Mrs. Robert 443 Glenn, Audrey 437 Glescn. Conrad W 379 Glocheski, E 162 Glocheski, H 163 Glaspie, Katherine 455 Gloss. R 158 Glover, Arthur 355 Glover, Mrs. Clifford . . 437 Glover. Mrs. James W. .439 Goddard. Mrs. E. C. 436- 440-442-458 Goddard. Edwin 395 Goddard, Mrs. Edwin X . 43 ' ) Goddess. Gene 355 Goddess, R. A ' 55 Godfrey, Tean 481 Godfrey. Robert H ?0 Godfrey. William S 380 Goebel. Joan 440 V. A 307 Goldberg, A 262- 273-449-486 Goldberg, F 262 Goldberg, Herbert 80 Goldcamp, John S 80 Golden, Alfred H 387 Golden. Hymen 421 Goldenberg. Jean 445 Goldenbogen. Neva 437-4 ) 2 Goldman, Jerome 259-372 Goldman, Lemuel 80 Golman, Julius M 8O Goldsmith. lack 261 Goldsmith. Robert ( " ' 236-320 Goldstein, Jack E 80 Goldstein, Louis 421 Goldstein, R 107 Goldstein, Sylvia 327 Goldstick, Rosalie 44 -4XX ( ' oilman, Maurice D. .421 Goltz. Louis 81 Gomberg, Ephriam .... 286 Gomulski, Edmund A. . .81 Goodell, Molly 81 Gooding. Hortense . 262-432 G.idinK. Walton J. 81-407 Goodman, Edward H. 165- 311-418 Goodman. Helen G 449 Goodman, Lawrence ... 1 70- 287 Goodrich. Mrs. Carter 452 Goodrich. Charlotte L. 81- 443 Goodrich. Francis 361 Goodrich. Ralph 361 Goodrich, Robert C. xi Goodridge, Dorothy . .81- 444-492 Goodspeed, Lawrence . .287- 374 Goodyear, Mrs. J. J....439 Goppelt, Ralph A. 36-81-4O7 Gordon, Duncan 81 Gordon, Miriam . . .445-493 Gordon, Robert D. 15X- 243-398 Gordon. William . . . 167-395 Gore, Harvey M 418 Gore, Winifred 431-458-487 Gorelick, Harry S 81 Gorham, Grace 81-434-473 Gorman, William} 261 Goss, Alexander E. 81 Goss, Mrs. Arnold H. . .436 Goudy, A 167 Goudy, Rhea 260-486 Gould, Helen M 81- 167-439-457 Gould, Lawrence 381 Gould, Raymond A.. . .305 Goulson, Arthur L 314 Gouty, Arthur 395 Gove, Harvey M. 41-81-320 Grabowsky, Herma M..81- 445-490-500 Grace, Mrs. Ruth 491 Graham, A. L. Graham, Agnes 436 Graham. Bernard 413 Graham, Ronald G 81 Graham. Samuel A 324 Gram, Mrs. L. M 451 Gram, Lewis 189 Grant, Donald F. . . 82-407 Grant. John R 82 Grant. Leonora .... 455-49O Grant, Ralph M 324 Grass, Baire 414 Graves, Gertrude 449-493 Gray, Denzil C 163-407 Gray, George F 82 Gray, Gladys A 62 Gray, John 169-415 Gray, Margaret . . .429-487 Grayburn. Wayne G. . .407 Greeley, Charles E. . ..4O6 Greeley. Paul 406 Green Charlotte 481 Green, Homer R 40-82 Green, James A 413 Green, Katherine B. . .475 Green. Lillian M. . . .82-477 Green. Rex 330 Green. William 376 Greenbaum. Eryin Greenlierg, Benjamin B.421 Greenberg, Louise 4X3 Greene, Charlotte 450 Mrs. Edward. .433 Florence 431 Greene. Lillian M. 450 Greene. Walter C 82 GreenidKc. Charles R. . . 38- 82-266-267-2X7-370 Greenshields, Jean 446 GreenshicMs. Mary. . . .446 Greenspan. Edward B. 30-82 .aid. Marie . . l Grccnway. Elynor J. 82 Greenwood. Mrs. F. M. 4.U Gregg, Ronald 374 Gregor. Mrs. Richard . 440 Greig, Jean 457 Gresham, Stanley 153 Gretsch. Richard F 28- 82-228-270 Greve. Mrs. Robert 443 R 266-267 Grey, Margaret 488 Gribble. Elizabeth 436- 481-493 Gricc, Josephine A 82- un - ' ' Grienberg, Louise 445 Grier, Xancy E 82 Griesemer. Ruth G. . 82-434 Griffin, Clare E. 2X6-41 X-439 Griffing, I. Dudley 381 Griffing. Evans 381 Griffing, M. Scudder. . .381 Griffith, Mrs. Clare .... 443 Griffith, D 26-82- 172-174-498 Griffith, Dorothy 298- 444-455-470-480 Griffith. Erdinc 455-493 Griffith, W. W )(, Griggs, George T 385 . Jean C. 82- 299-332-455-487 Griggs, Milo i (rimes. Emily 489 Grimes, James H. si Grimshaw, Fred ... 83-236 Grinnell, Ira L 364 Grismer. Ruth 326 Grismore, Mrs. Grover.447 Griswold, Louise 83 Grodsky, Isadore E 83 Grochm, Harold G 83 Groehm, Gilbert W. . .385 Groff . Lucille 298-436 Gross. Boice 32-83 Gross. Helen H 83-444 GrossberK. H 15X Grossman. Lucille 445 Grote. M 175-428 Groverman. Morris 261-352 Graver. W 176 Groves, John H 83 Grube, f. 175 Grube, J. Robert 358 Grula. Walter A.. 266-267 Grunow, R 28 Grunow. Robert X. 83-364 Grud, Paul A 83 Grunt, Louis 83 Guardia. Carlos A. Guckert, Elroy 298-361 Gudritz. Harvey 83 Guelness. Rudolph 370 Guenther, Gertrude .... 430 Guerney, John 387 Guernsey, Paul D 83 Guest. James 83 Guest. Maurice X3 Guilleret. Earl 379 Gula. Chester 327 Gunchel. T. T 324 Gunderson. H. 32-33 Gunderson. Harvey J. 84 Gunn.C 160 Gunn. Claude M. . . 266-267 Gurdiian, Elisha 406 Gurnee. Quimby 374 Gustafs.ni. William .287 Gustin.R..ss 260-261-350 Gustine. Dick 369 Guthe, Mrs. Belle 430 Guthe. Carl 153 Guthe. Mrs. Carl 431 Guthrie. Walter A.. 84-379 Gutov. Jennie 84-4X1 Gwinner. Wilma 454 Gwyn. J 178 Haab. OttoH. 3 " I Haapamaki. Helen 436-4 ' )2 Haas, Clarence ....... x 1 Ha . Dorothy E. Haas, Jacob i Haase. Xando F ....... Hackberg. Frances . Hackenburg. Lawrence Haekctt. Jaek Hackett, Keith Haddon. P ............ Haddon. Matthew C.. . Hadley, Mrs. Philip B. Haefele. D ...... . 84 ' 369 298 F. , 7f x 16 ' 264- 265 440- 176 INDEX Haerner. Esther 332 Hagaman, Jeanne E 452 Hagedorn, Catherine L. 84- 327-447-475-483-492 Hahn, Edward M 84 Haigh, Andrew 451 Hail, Foster 379 Haines, Donal H.. .258-305 Haines, Mrs. Harley . . .435 Haines, Lewis? 84 Haines, William 311 Haisley, Mrs. Otto 432 Hakenen, C. Arthur. . . .84 Hakes, June 437 Haldane, John N 84 Hale, P 164 Haley, Harry H.. . .311-353 Halford, J. 417 Hall House 460 Hall, D 41 Hall, DonE 84-287 Hall, Dorothy V 446 Hall, Edward 406 Hall, Mrs. George 448 Hall. Helen 432 Hall. Marguerite 475 Hall, Mrs. Nora W 491 Hall, Mrs. R. B 442 Hall. Robert T. B 377 Halliday, Dorothy 457 Halperin, Emanuel 84 Halsey, Elizabeth 497 Halstead. Edward G. . .266- 267 Halsted. Lee H 84 Halverson, Kasper H. . 158- 261-262-377 Ham, Edward L 84-365 Ham. Marshall 365 Hamel, Elizabeth M. 84-448 Hamilton, George R.261-262 Hamilton, Grace. . .443-501 Hamilton, Ruth 455 Hamilton, Virginia 453 Hamilton, Wayne E 84 Hammer, Carl W 85- 243-398 Hammer, Dewin J 398 Hammer, Edwin. . .240-413 Hammial, Douglas 366 Hammond. Dean B. . .28-85 Hammond, E 168 Hammond, Harold P. . .28- 85-275 Hammond, John S 394 Hammond, Ruby 475 Hammond, Thomas .... 189 Hammond, Walter A. . .161- 406 Hand, Fordus V 406 Hand, H 162 Handel. William 372 Handley, Alan 305 Handley, Harold E.. 85-363 Handy, Ann 474 Hanel, Mary Lou 430 Haner, A 166 Haner, L 175 Hankinson, Bculah. 444-492 Hankinson, Janet 327 Hankinson. Lucille 444 Hanlon, Virginia 266- 267-441-478 Hanna, William 376 Hannah, David 258 Hanning. William 354 Hanscn, Helge E 85 Hanson, Ella 435 Hanson, Margarethe . . . 435 Hapgood, Margaret. . . .484 Harbaugh, Jonathan 85-366 Harbough, W. Davidson .85 Hard, Dorothy 436 Hard.E 170 Hard, Mrs. Leone .... .444 Hardy, Anne B 85-437 Hardy, R 167 Hardy, Ralph 365 Hardy, Robert B 363 Hare, Mrs. Weldon P. . 450 Harley, Louis 421 Harnau, Elosie M 85- 437-481 Harnish. Robert L 85 Harrigan, Mary R. . .85-436 Harrington, Emogene D. 85 Harrington, H 175 Harrington, Mrs 491 Harrington, Russell P...85 Harris. Bradly N 406 Harris, Claire S. Harris, Emanuel .... 85-286 167 .305-385 .367 argaret 167- 260-261-442-494 Harris, Thomas E 385 Harris, Mrs. Thomas. . .440 Harris, W 165 Harris, W 167 Harris, William 354 Harris, William H 374 Harris, W. 85 Harrison, Alice 433 Harrison, Dorothy I. 86-455 Harrison, Frank 361 Harrison. Gilbert 352 Harrison, J. Julian 413 Harrison, R 176 Harrison. Theodore. . . .287 Harroun, Dale T 385 Harsch, J. Kirkland ... .418 Hart, C. S 417 Hart. H 158 Hart, Herbert 367 Hart. R 176 Hart, Richard A 394 Hart, Russel T 86 Hart. Samuel D 86-242 Hart, Dr. Vernon L. . . .289 Hatter, Helen M. 26-86-442 Hartig, Paul 354 Hartman, James W. Jr. .86 Hartman, Winifred ... .428 Hartwell, Kenneth 374 Hartwick. Robert E. . . 160- 266-267 Hartwig, Lawrence .... 286- 312-381 Harwith, Edith 455 Harry, C 158 Hartz, Linea 440 Hasel, Frank C 324 Hasley, Andrew 86. Hasse, Richard D 385 Hassinger, Ruth M 440- 497-499 Hastic. J. E. Donald . . .387 Hastings, Thomas 353 Hatchaway, Burr M 86 Hatcher. John B 324 Hatchm, Elizabeth. 481-490 Hatchman, Myers H. . . .86 Hathaway. Harold W. . . .86 Hathaway. H. Winston. 381 Hattenbach, Harry. . . .352 Haughey, Edith 457 Haus. Otto 355 Hauton, Charles L 406 Havemann, Morton S. . .86- 398 Haver, Audrey. . . .481-492 Hawey, Katherine 481 Hawkins, Mortimer H. 160- 266-267 Hawkins, Vernon G 86 Hawley, Dorothy 454 Hawley, Harry 431 Hawley. Katherine. . . .458 Hawley, Margaret 454 Hawley, M 166 Hawn, Grace 86-457 Hawxhurst, Helen K.. .327- 437 Haxton, Margaret. . .86-440 Hay, John 355 Hay, Paul A 406 Hayden, E 167-194 Hayden, Joseph R. .268-361 Haden, Mrs. J. R 435 Hayer, Edith 475 Hayes, Carolyn 327 Hayes. Cordelia 475 Hayes, Dr. A. Laverne.473 Hayes, R 176 Haymond, Jane. . . .456-492 Hayner, Lewis 354 Haynes, Charlotte 475 Haynes, Harley A 406 Hays, Mrs. Griffith 431 Hays,). G 352 Hays, Luvern M 446 Hayward, Geo. C. .307-394 Hayward, James ... 1 76-278 Hazard, Jeanne 440 Heafy, John R 86 Heald, Alva 377 Healy, Betty 435-480- 489-490-498 Heaney, Robert C.. .86-371 Heath, Charles 86-365 Heath, Mrs. Homer 432 Heddin. Harlan 381 Hedding, Linnie K 87 Hedke, Charlotte 460 Hees, Judson B 87 Heesen. Catherine . 278-444 Heess, Judson. . . .36-37-353 Heffer, Ernest 372 Hegenauer, James C. 87-379 Heideman. Judith S 437 Heiler, Helen B. 87-448-481 Heilman, Arliene H 87- 457-470-471-490-498 Heilman. Ferdinand D..32- 33-87 Heim, Virgil C 87 Heime, M 158 Helfrich, Howard D. . . .40- 87-330 Heller, Henry F. 87-387-417 Helliwell, Robert 379 Helmel, Jane 433 Helper, M 306 Heminger, Betty 26-474-489 Hempstead, David B. .261- 305 Henckel, Margaret C. .286- 440-477 Henderlong, Harriet . . . 442 Henderlong, Harriet A.. .87 Henderson, Helen 448 Henderson, Walter 355 Henderson, William .... 355 Hendrich, Milton 308 Hendricks, Dorothea. . .501 Hendricks, Lelia 443- 460-490-493-501 Hendricks, R 40 Hendricks, Richard H..87- 307 Henery, Edna 481 Henly, L 169 Henning, Carl E 87 Henninger, Phillip . . .87-381 Henry, Corinne 433 Henry, M 166 Henry, Marguerite .... 260- 440-481 Hentz, Howard 176-384 Heppes, John 354 . Herath, Isabel 437 Herbst, John 353 Herdman, Mrs. E. K. . .440 Heringhaus. F. J. ..161-289 Herkkila, Alma A 87 Herman. Louis ...179-421 Herpolsheimer, Edward M. 385 Herr, Georghenry. .167-365 Herrick, Mabel E 451 Herring, Harold W 385 Herrmann, Anna M.. . .452 Hershey. Mary L 490 Herzog, Eloise R 87 Hesling, Eva 481-486 Heston. William M. 194-366 Hetterick, R 172 Hewitt, Barbara 429 Hewitt, R 40-238 Hewitt. William E 194 Hewitt, Robert D 88 Hibbs, James I 266-267 Hibler, Shirley J 88 Hibschman, B 175 Hickey, Jane E 88-430 Hickey, Dr. P. M 289 Hickey, Preston 361 Hickey, Walter 88- 266-267-361 Hicks, Evelyn B 443 Hicks, Mrs. Herbert . . .432 Hicks, Vernon E 324 Higbie, Edith 437 Higbie, Henry H 370 Higbie, Juva 432 Higbie, Ralph 370 Higgs, Marvel 88 Highley, A. Marvin 353 Highley, Mrs. A. M.. . .428 Highley, Miriam J 428 Higley, Mrs. Chas 431 Higley, Charles S 88 Hildebrand, Paul R 30- 31-289-413 Hildebrand, Waldo 376 Hildebrandt.Mrs.T.H. 431 Hilgeman, Helen E. 440-492 Hill. Anne E 88 Hill, Clarence R 88-165 Hill, Everett N 407 Hill, Leland B 88 Hill, Patricia. . .88-441-489 Hill, Theron 413 Hillel Foundation 273 Hiller. Richard 367 Hills. James C 382 Hillyer, Whitfield . . 158-259 Hilton, Minnie M 88 Hincz, Louise. .266-267-458 Hindustan Club 326 Hine, Harriet D. 88-439-492 Hines, Elizabeth 455 Hines, Walter D 88 Hinkkanen, Matthew. .398 Hinkely, Donald M 88 Hinshaw, Anne 435 Hinterman, R. E 307 Hintyes, Nicholas Jr. . . .88 Hirata, Yoshiyomi 329 Hirsch, B. B 307 Hirshowitz, Benj. R 89 Hirt, K 167 Hiscock, Florence. .447-486 Hitt, George 354 Hoad, William O. . .364-370 Hobart, Russell P 89 Hoberg, Herbert G 89 Hoch. Haworth F. . .89-398 Hodder, Stafford 38- 89-255-266-267 Hodge, Richard H 89 Hodges, J. H 417 Hodges, Mrs. James. . .443 Hodges, Kenneth 413 Hoekstra, Esther H 89 Hoerner, Esther 89-299-459 Hofelich, Ray M.. . .89-366 Hoff, Francis 506 Hoffer, James 262-352 Hoffman, Edwin S. Jr. . .89 Hoffman, Lucille 1 .440-493 Hoffmeyer, Dorothea. .440- 455 Hoffmeyer. Elsie. . .440-455 Hofmeister, George E. . 158- 377 Hoftyzer, Marion H. 89-481 Hogan, Geraldine 429 Hogenson, William . . . .354 Hohn. W 175 Holbrook, Evans 268 Holbrook, G. E 28-270 Holcomb, Frederic 380 Holden, Charles T 363 Holden, Lois 89 Holden, Willis 89. Hole, Richard 354 Holland, L 175 Holliday, Dorothy . . . .327- 433-486 Hollister, Jack F 36-89 Hollister, R 159 Holmes, D. Wyandt . . .354 Holmes, J. E 365 Holmes, Mary Ann. 89-488 Holmes, R 26 Holmes, Robert H 89 Holmes, Roy H 298 Holmes, S 36 Holmes. Scott T 90 Holt, Walter 259-361 Holtz, Frederic J 90-320 Homes, Verne M 90 Homkes, Bartell 9O Horns, Teresa 435 Hooper, Albert W 90 Hootkins, Mrs. H 449 Hoover, Nellie 475 Hopkins, Mrs. Louis A. 450 Horberger, Mrs. Theodore 432 Hornbergcr, Theodore . 272- 361 Horning, Benjamin . . . .413 Horsey, Edgar T. . .278-370 Horwitz, Ruth P 452 Hoshino, Hana 329 Hosic, Virginia 436 Hosier, Georgia M 90 Hosmer, Pel 236 Hosmer, J 15S Hosmer, Miriam 452 Hosner, James N 377 Houck, Kenneth L. 167-370 Houghton, Virginia. . . .90- 286-430-476 House, Grace E 90-448 Housel, William S 394 Houston, Henrietta 453-454 Howard, Bertha 492 Howard, Harold H 90 Howard, Harriet 435 Howard, J 158-235 Howard, Jane 435 Howe, Harry H 358 Howe, Katherine S 437 Howell, Elbert 287 Howell, J 34 Howell, Janet 90-436 Howell, Joseph . .90-254-384 Howell, Mrs. Robert. . .437 Howes, Margaret R 90 Hewlett, Robert. 30-90-413 Hewlett, Mrs. R. R. . . .446 Howser, Alice 90-453 Hoyt, Charles 191 Huang, Baldwin P 321 Huang, Ching-Yu 321 Hubbard, Arthur 352 Hubbard, Gerald 374 Hubbard, Isabel 431 Hubbard, M.. 165 Hubbard, Marion M.. .451- 455 Hubbard, Marsden R. . .90- 387 Hubbell. Rebecca B 473 Hubble, Donald M 90 Hubble, Garfield 311 Hubel, Camilla 91-432 Huber, Dr. G. Carl . . . 268- 274-289 Huber, Mrs.G.Carl 432-439 Huber, Mrs. John 444 Huber, John F 408 Huber, Mrs. Karl 444 Hubert, Harold 369 Hubert, William J 91 Hubly, J 167 Hudson, Charles L 30- 31-91-289 Hudson. Roy 194 Huesman, Fielding 395 Huey, Margaret .91 Huff, Geraldine 458 Hughes, Kathryn 457 Hull, Edward 415 Hull, Helen L 91 Hulse, William F 30- 91-289-408 Humber, Austin M 371 Humbert, Susanne 455 Hume. Patricia. . . .437-493 Hume, Duncan 244 Humphrey, Archie E. . . .91 Humphrey, Helen 455- 480-482 Humphrey, Tryphena. .434 Humphreys, Richard . . 308- 327-361 Humphreys, Wilbur R. .363 Hunt, Harold E 91 Hunt, lone 454 Hunt, Manly K. 91-268-361 Hunt, Marjorie 444 Hunt, Nora C 439-448 Hunt, Uldean 433-492 Hunt, Mrs. Walter F. . .439- 444 Hunt, Wilfred T. . .363-414 Hurth, Andrew E 363 Husain-Khan, Syecl F. .326 Huss, John H. 175-311-382 Hussey, Russell 381 Hussey, Mrs. Russell. .443- 451 .440 iry C 240 Hutchins, Mrs. Henry. 428 Hutton, Ruth R 91 Hutzel, Raymond 365 Hutzel, Virginia M 430 Hutzel, Mrs. A. F 439 Hyde, Emory J 274 Hyde, La Vern 387 Hylan, Nathan W 91 Hymans, Ella 444 Hyne, George 376 Ibbotson. Mrs. Gordon. 432 Iceman, Paul 259 Hussey, Mrs. W. J 4 Hutchins, Henry C 2 PAGE 576 I. I)EX Hi U-hcltliiiK ' iT G 167 [diculla. Kamlathil P.. .326 Inierman, Elliott A .505 Inch, Jane 435 Ingersoll. Ilah ... 26-91-457 ohnson, Martha . . .93-457 ohnson, Morris. . . .93-384 ohnson, Morris. . . .262-355 ohnson, O. 30-93-408 ohnson, Ralph 384 ohnson, Roy iX4 ohnson, Ruth 93-481 Inglis, Carolyn 435 Inglis, Mrs. James 428 Inglis Mrs Wm. 445 ohnson, W 177-398 ohnson, Wayne R 358 ohnston, Delphine . . . .429 loriff Dorothy 498 ohnstcm, Keith E. . .93-407 ohnston, Lawrence 93 ohnston, Margaret. . . .473 ohnstune, John 243 ohnstone. Virginia . . . .490 oki, Erich, Jr. 330 Irwin, H 158 Irwin, Hazel . . 433 Irwin Mrs J F 440 Irwin, Marcus F. ..... .91- 165-320-418 Isaacs, Mrs. R 448 Iseman, J. Edgar. .158-363 Iskiyan, Haig 91 oils, Thomas H.... 93-380 oily, Fred J 394 ones, H 158-176 Ittyerah. George 326 Iverson, Andrina . . . .91-447 ones, Helen S 432- 472-4X0-4X4 ones, Howard M 364 ones. John L 358 ones. J. R 270-407 ones, Mrs. Lillian A. . .491 ones. L. H 289-406 ones. Maurine L 93- 450-477 [ones R. 168 j ack, N. B 307-371 ack Russcl 287 ackson, Edward S. . . .91 ackson, Edwin 379 ackson, Humphrey. . .266- 267-325 Jackson, Jerome 92 Jackson, K 168 ones, Stephen E. . . .93-286 [ones William 374 lordan. A. I-.Jr 93- 261-264-265 ordan, James 26- 27-261-377 ordan, Mrs. Myra B...471 ordan. W. H 377 ose, Charles. . . .26-93-364 oseph, Gabriel.... 242-372 oslyn, Laura 173-429 oslyn, Mary A 429-483 otter, Ernest V 324 oy, Mrs. Henry B 455 udd, Robert S 394 ung, Richard H 366 K Kagay John J 369 Jackson, Marjorie 453 Jackson Walter H. 407 Jacob,). M 415 Jacobs J 169 Jacobs W. 42 facobs, Mrs. Walter. . .491 [acobson, Albin G. . .92-324 Jaeger Viola 92 ames, Laylin K 414 amieson D 1 63-407 amieson, Mrs. John R. 432 andy, Edward C 298 anski, Edavaleth K. . .326 Kahl, William F 407 Kahn, Betty V 93-471 Kahn, Frances J 93 Kailes Samuel J 94 arabak Joseph . . . .92 ardine, Alexander 92 arvis. Katherine M.. . .473 arvis, Mary 455 eannette, Frank E. 92-390 efferis, Eleanor. . . .92-436 effers, George 387 enkins, James. . . .175-352 ennett, Joe R 92 ennings, Edna M 34- 92-437 Jennings, Frances 158- 455-487-494 Jennings, Mrs. H. V 436 Jenny, Edwina N 437 Jenson, Clark 384 Jernegan, Paul F 266- 267-325 esserich, Paul H 371 ewell Edward 415 Kallock W. F 417 Kallrose, Leroy 94-328 Calmbach, Willena 455-492 famenetzky, Mollie. . . .94 Camenetsky, Naomi. . . .94 iaminsky, Leonard 372 Kammer, Marguerite. .457 Camphmcier, Mrs.R.H. 440 Cananen, Johanna .327-436 iandelin. Albert W. . ..400 iangas. Ligrid 94 Kanitz Tharel 94-210 Kao, Wen Yuen 321 Kaplan. William 94 iappa Alpha Thet ... .428 Kappa Delta Rho 384 Kappa Kappa Gamma. .433 Kappa Nu . . . .375 ewell Seth W 92 Kappa Phi Sigma 311 iappa Sigma 3! Karin, Mahamad A. . . .326 tarpen, Sam 36 7 Karpinski, Mrs. Louise C. 327-440-458 Kaser, C 163 Kaski, Fred A 407 Katz, Alvin 94 iCatzin, Leon 94 iCatzman, Sam 94 Kauffman, Mrs. C. H. 440 Kauffman Edith . . .94 ewett, W 30-92 iroch, Virginia T. . .92-430 ohn, Elfrieda 429 Johnson, A. E 274 Johnson, Bozler W 258 Johnson, Beatrice 436 Johnson, Mrs. Charles H. 450 Johnson. Floyd R 160- 266-267-325 Johnson, Frances. .160-488 Johnson, George L 258- 287-306-308-374 Johnson, George W 92- 287-305 Johnson, Helen 481 Johnson, Herbert B . . .418 Johnson, J 34-179 Johnson, Jeannette 93- 457-475 Johnson, John F 93 Kaufman, ' Charles R.. 94- 261-367 Kaufman Donald 94 Kay. R. Adrin 94-306 Kcal, Margaret.... 444-487 Keare.J 36-94-407 Kearns. W 167 Keefe Elmer . . .355 Keegs ' tra, Lucy 457 Keeler, Mrs. H 442-459 Keeler. M... ...169 Keeler. Margaret 433 Keen, Clifford 238 Keen, Mrs. Clifford 440 Keenan. J 163 Keenan. M 262 Keenon, R 36-37 Kellam. Miriam. . .437-474 Kelleher, John i.SS Kelleher, Kathleen 441 Kellepr. J 175 Keller, Dwight i52 Keller. Mrs. Rex 432 Kcllerman, Ernest D. . .36- 37-94-407 Kelley, J 41 Kelley, J. Noud 371 Kelley. William R. 95 Kellman, Samuel 95 KclloKK. Katherine H. .428 Kellogg, Winifred 457 Kelly. Alexander F. . .414 Kelly, Elizabeth M.. 95-444 Kelly, Tames 95-238 Kelly, PaulT 95 Kelly, W 175 Kelsey, Mrs. Francis W. 4.i_ Kelsey, Ruth 442-492 Kemme. Gerrit 95 Kemp, Marian 436 Kemper. John 408 Kempf, Flora 95-450 Kempf. Karl 95-371 Kempski. Berton 95 Kenan, Mary J 432-481 Kendall. D 162 Kemlrick, Milton G. . . .363 Kennedy, C 167 Kennedy. Frank 352 Kennedy, James 354 Kennedy, J. Cullen 261-387 Kennedy, K 165 Kennedy, Robert E 95- 266-267-325 Kenney, William F 95- 173-358 Kent, Arthur A 398 Kent-Miller. Mary. 446-487 Kenyon, Herbert 365 Kenyon, Reuel 415 Kerby. William F 95 Kercher, Mildred 95- 298-457 Kerby, William F 387 Kern, Lyda R 448 Kern, Paul 286-398 Kerlikowski. Albert C. .364 Kerlikowski, Mrs. Albert 444 Kerridge. Alden Ray 95 Kerruish, j 28-95 Kerwin. H. 164-441 Kessler, Afrieda B 448 Kessler. Allen 354 Kessler, Beatrice 445 Ketcham. W 174 Ketz, Willard 228 Keyes, John L 161- 289-408 Kidd. F 306 Kidd. Lelia 432 Kidd, S. Clark 354 Kidder, Arthur 387 Kiefer, Norvin C 95 Kiefer, Mrs. N. C 491 Kiegstra, Lucy 492 Kiehn. C 36-37-96 Kienzlen. Nina M 96 Kies, Norman C 366 Kicvct, Ben 363 Kightlinger. Erie 361 Kile, Lclard M 163-407 Kilgore, Louis 353 Killeen, G. Franklin 96-394 Killian, Edward C 363 Kilroy, M 176 Kim, Kathryn T. . . .96-455 Kimball, David C. . .96-408 Kimball, Donald 96-266-267 Kimball. H 36-96 Kinder. William 407 King. R 30-31 KinK. Florence. . . .432-481 King, F 158 King. Frank 355 King. George 355-4O8 King, Mrs. Horace 436 King. JohnS 9ft King. Martha 435 King. Robert Warner 96-289 King, Stuart F 96 Kingsley. Charles 395 Kinsley, Paul 4O8 Kingston, Lenore 96- 452-453-492 Kinney. Harry S (77 Kinney, Lyle ,)X7 Kinsman, Kenneth G. . H Kipke, Harry 191-194 Kirby. Esther 455 Kirby, Weymouth W. 96-4 1 5 Kirchgessner, Carle J. . . .96 Kirimurd. Paul Y. . .96-329 Kirk.S. P 321 Kirkbride. C. G 270-417 Kirn. William J 96 Kirschner. Victor 276 Kitchen. Hugh 353 Kitchen. lack 355 Kitzon, Margaret L 97 KiUsl,-y. Harold H 97 Kitzmiller. Helen M...262- 440-485 Kitzon. Margaret L. 450-492 Morris . .17-273-298 Klaasen. Raymond K. 97 Kleckner, William 97-287 Klecne, Frederick R. . 305 Kleene. Mrs. Hermon.,431 Klein. Ghisscll 455 Klein. W. Krederick. ..354 Klein. Lawrence R 97- 260-261 Klein, Sylvia 259-449 Klein, William E : Kleinhcksel. Gladys. . . .434 Kleinheksel. Gordelia G. .97 Kleinschmidt. Earl 97-384 Klenow. Russell J 36- 97-407 Kline, Charles 262 Kline. Donald F 97- 261-264-265 Kline. H 26-27 Kline. Harley. . .97-272-361 Kline. Harriet 435 Kling. David 367 Klingcr, Mrs. Martha. 32 7- 457 Klingman. Mrs. Theo- ph.l 428 Klivans, B 162 Klocko, Monica 441 Klockow, Margaret 97 Kloster. Earl Andrew. . .97 Klukner. William 287 Knapp. Irma 492 Knee. Bernice 457 Knerler. Charles W 398 Kniffen, Robert C 97 Kniffcn, Mrs. R. C 491 Knight, Donald 352 Knight. Dorothy ..447-4XX Knight, Gerald L 385 Knight. Melvin K.. 161-413 Knoepp, Louis F. . .289-369 Knok. M 167 Knoll, Leo A. H. ..97-289 Knowles, Bruce 97-415 Knowles, George 387 Knowlson, Olive IMl Knox, Maurine 433 Knox. William W 255- 311-364 Knudsen. Percy E.. 266-267 Kobachcr. Marvin . 262-367 Kobe, Keiko 329 Kobe. Susuma 329 Koblin. Dorothy 481 Koch, Alfred, Jr 358 Koch, Donald A 98- 272-364 Koch, Esther 490 Koch, Katherine 435 Koehler, William . .307-395 Koerner, Warren A....98- 266-267 Koets, Katherine 457 Koffman, Herman H. ' x Koizumi. Ikuko 329 Kolvoord. Clayton L.. .98- 379 Kopke, Theodore E 358 Kopp. H 159 Koretz. Richard 367 Komeffcl, Edmund C...98 Kortenhoff. Helen M...98- 429 Koski. Fred A " Kovinsky. Lillian . . .98-449 Koykka. Thomas 286 Kramer. E 166 Kramer, Hyman 98 Kramer, j 158 Kramer, Margaret . . . .481- 492-494 Kransberg. Hyman 98 Krassovsky. Colleroke . 298 Kraty, Katherine 437 Kraus, Charles 384 Kraus. Mrs. Edward . . .436 Krause. Elmer 400 Kraus, John D 98 Krave. Helen Ella 98 Krcagcr. Carolyn 457 Krebs. William 395 Krekeler. John 167-277 Kressler. Charles B 379 Kretskc. II ... .175 Kretzschman. Norman . 4O8 Kreye. Harriet 483 Kreye. Hattie 327-436 Krishnaswamy, Joshua 326 Kronier. Elsie 455 Kropp. E 174 Krovmsky, L 273 Krueger. Helen 436 Krui- c-nza. Ruth 455 Krusell. Lillian 460 Krutky, Theodore A...4O6 Ku. ZingWhai ...321-457 Kuapp, Harold 365 Kubicek, Louis 218 Kuchinski. Myrtle 500 Kuder. Ruth L 98 Kueger, Milton 381 Kuehn. Edward 4O6 Kuenzel, Clara C. W-44.! Kuenzel. Mildred. 298-452 Kuhn. Doris H 446 Kuhn. Paul 98 Kuhn, S. Kenneth . .98-415 Kuhner. Arthur 372 Kuijala. Walfred 4OO Kumerow, Helen S. .99-429 Kumerow, Ruth A 34- 99-429 Kunert. Katherine 444-4X7 Kunkle. Mark S. 99-307-379 Kunkle, P. A 307 Kuo. Maida 321-455 Kuppinger. John E 385 Kuriyan, Aley C 326 Kutschinski. Myrtle 99-490 Kwan. G. P 321 Kyer. Mrs. Charles. 437 Kyer. Jean L 435-473 Kyer, Kathryn 428 Kynast. Irene 99-444 Kynin. S. Kao 321 Kynoch. William 324 Kyte. Dr 328 Kyte. Mrs. R. B 442 Labaur. M 166 LaBour. Mary E 451 LaBour. Robert 99-365 La Cicero. T 15X Laclcwood, Albert 287 Ladd, Elizabeth 431 Ladd, R 168-236 Ladd. Virginia 431 LaFord. Carol 431 La Garke. Mrs. Kathe- rine 491 Lagden. Olive 457 Laich, Marian. . .34-99-443 Laidman. Thelma. . 99-449 Laing. Lemuel L. .41-99-320 Lait, Jack, Jr 99 Lakner. Edward W 99 Lally. Agnes 441-483 Lamar, Anita 99-446 La Marca, Julia M 99 La Marca, Olympia 486 Lamb. Howard M 380 Lamb, Marion 432 Lamb, Robert 371 Lamb, Woodburnc K. . . .99 Lambda Chi Alpha ... .369 Lamberson. Frank 374 Lambie. Aimee 442-4X1-489 Lambrmoff. J 178 Lamont. Allen 228 Lamont. S 34 Lampman. Permilla. 99-448 577 Landon, Jack M 363 Landre, J. P 384 Lang. Chester H 274 Lang, Lloyd 99 Langden, William 242 Lange, Elsa 481-490 Langell. Richard F 387 Langen, John Q 100- 311-312-324-382 Langford, Mrs. George. 439 Langford, Theron S. . . .408 Langford, Mrs. T. S....442 Langham. Roy 287 Langlois, Alma 100 Lansdale, Ben 258 Lansky, Harold H 100 V 100- 266-267-325 :ky, 1 Lapteff, Alexis V 100- Lardner, Katherine . 100- 455-477 Large, H 175 Larkin. J 175 Larniee, Virginia 100- 299-332 LaRocco, Anthony J 390 LaRowe, Ervin 41-100-320 LaRowe. Esther 490 Larson, Arthur 100 Larson, Bernard E 387 Larson, Elston 100 Larson, Vernon W 400 Larson, W 167 LaRue, Nellie 455 Lash, Nelson 353 Lashmet, H. A 413 Latham, Ruth 179-432 Lathbone, P 175 Lathrop, F 1 79 Latta, Raymond 381 Latty, Elvin 100 Lauer, Margaret 455 Laugh, Lucille 492 Laughlin, Kenneth 365 Laurenson, Robert 384 Lauretti, Emil 1OO-390 Lautzenhiser, Eileen 447 Law, David . . . 100-395-407 Law, John H 371-413 Lawler, William . . . 1OO-407 Lawrence, Mrs. J. F 428 Lawry, Mrs. T. A 436 Lawson, R 158 Lawton, Louella 442 Lawyers ' Club Council . 424 Lax, Sylvia 273-445 Lay, Walter 384 Laymon, Russell C. 100-408 Lazar, Maurice .... 100-372 Leach, Mrs. Francis. . .491 Lean, Arthur E 34- 100-299-332 Lean W 167 Leavitt, Harry 101 Leavitt, Z 171 Leavy, J. Miller 101 Leborneck, Agnes. . 493 Le Cercle Francais 327 Leckner, Mary H. .175-428 LcClair, John D .101 Lederle, John. .255-311-364 LeDue, Don N 101-406 Lee, Alfred 189 Lee, Mrs. A. 433 Lee, Peng 101-321 Lee, Sylvia ' 432 Leedy, Paul 101 Leen, Walter 372 LeFevre, Walter 101 Legatski, Leo M 376 Lehman, Evelyn 175- 435-455 Lehmke, Walter 400 Lei, Wai Paok 321 Leibovitz, Carl 101 Leitch, Malcolm 101 Leith, Clara Jean 440 Leland, E 177 Leland, G. F 306 LeMaistre. John 101 Lemen. Charles E 101- 289-413 LeMirc, Dorothy L. . . .428 Lenike, Mrs. Helen . . . .491 Lemmer. Malwina T. . .473 Lendrum, Frederick .... 101 Lendrum, James T 38- 39-101-266-267-415 Lenney, James 354 Leonard. Donald A 358 Leonard, Florence 101 Leonard, George. . . 101-255 Leonard, Grace. . .101-299- 312-332-440-486 Leonard, Louise 437 Leonard, William W. . .266- 267 Leong, Wai Tai 321 Lepard, Cecil 365 Lepard, Harold 365 LePlace, F 40 Lerch, Brooke W 370 LeRoy, Elizabeth . . 102-440 Leslie, W. R 306 Levenson, Jack .370 Levi, Isabel 445 Levi, J 158 Levi, Mrs. Moritz 445 Levin. Freda 102 Levin, Jacob 102 Levine, Bernard 102 Levine, Carl 372 Levis, Clarence. 36-102-407 Levy, A 40 Levy, Jean 261-498 Levy, Marshall H 289 Levy, Nathan 273-312 Lewandowski, Theo. L. .40- 102-330 Lewis, Dwight 287-306 Lewis, Mrs. George. . . .432 Lewis, Homer C 320- 394-417 Lewis, Mrs. Howard . . .430- 473 Lewis, Marjorie 430 Lewis, Nina. . .308-455-488 Ley, Arlon 102-395 Ley. Mary M 452 Lichtblau, Abe. . . .102-421 Lidke, Edith 299-332 Lieber, Helen 493 Lightbody, James J. . . .363- 408 Lignell, Rudolph W. 102-406 Lim, David L 321 Lim, Phek 102-321 Limmerman, Daniel F. 268 Limond, Mildred . . . 102-458 Linborg, Betty 102 Lincoln, Dorothy 443 Lincoln, Joseph 361 Lincoln, Mrs. Joseph N. 428 Lincoln, Marjorie. .458-487 Lindbald, Prof. A. F. . . .296 Lindemulder, George. . .102 Lindenmuth, Ralph. 32-102 Lindhout, Charles 369 Lindsey, Harold 371 Lindskold, Graydon. . . .361 Lingel, Louise 102 Lininger, Ruth 433 Link, Lawrence L 376 Linton, Ruth 459-490 Lipson, Maurice 102 Litsky, Abraham D. . . .421 Littell, James 26-355 Little, Mildred 103 Litzenberger, Doris .... 490 Liu, D 40 Liu, David 103-321 Liu, E. G 321 Liu. Fung Ling 321 Liu, K. K 321 Liu. Wang-Su 321 Livingston, A. Edward .367 Livingston, Richard. . . .367 Lloyd. Mrs. Alfred H..435- 439 Lloyd, Alice 431- 439-455-458-470 Lloyd, Anna 431 Lloyd, Elizabeth 103- 443-446 Lloyd, Kenneth . . . 103-264- 265-268-269-311 Lloyd, Leslie D 324 LoCicero, Thomas V. . .311- 333 Lock, E 175 Locke, Elinor 440-455 Locke, Seward 370 Lockhart, Kenneth . . . .370 Lockwood, Albert. .287-364 Lockwood H 179 Lockwood, Samuel 287 LoCricchio, John 390 Lodeesen-Grevinck, Marins 103 Lodge, Luther 103 Lofberg, E. Everet . 103-382 Logan, Grover H. . .266-267 Logan, Tohn 353 Logan, William 103 Logan, L 159 Lohman, Mrs 446 Lohr, Kathryn L. . . 103-452 Lombard, Warren P. . . .408 Long, Mary 103- 457-489-494 Long, Mrs. Mynette. . .491 Long, Ruth .... 103-444-474 Long, Robert . . .352 Long, T 26 Long, Theodore S. . 103-259 Loomis, Amy 440 Loomis, Beatrice. . .435-457 Loomis, Donald 414 Loomis, Elizabeth . . 103-481 Loomis Eva 429-457 Loop, Frederick .... 103-408 Lopez, Benito 103 Lorch, Barbara 435 Lorch, Elizabeth 266- 267-429 Lorch. Emil 415 Lorch. Mrs. Emil 439 Losee, Virginia. . . . 104-432- 470-480-481-482 Loshbough, Isabelle. . . .454 Loshbough. Mardell . . . 104 Lott. M. Winfield 363 Loudon, Elizabeth .436-485 Louis, Mrs. Chas 436 Louy, Eloise 104 Love, Mrs. Clyde. .448-451 Love. Edward B. . . 299-332 Love, Jean 455 Love, Lowell 104-305 Love, W. Thomas 104 Lovell, Frank.. 104-210-371 Lovejoy, Mrs. P. S 433 Loveman, Adolph 367 Lowber. Frederick 104 Lowber, Margaret 453 Lowe. Kenneth .30-104-408 Lowenberg, Gladys 104-449 Lowmaster, Olive 104 Lowry. Edward 242 Lowry, William E 104- 264-265 Lowry, Willard 366 Lowther. Miles J 387 Lu, Kuei 321 Lubahn. Donald 104 Lucey, Lawrence. . .262-377 Luchek, Anthony 104 Luidskald, Newman. . .361 Lukens, Samuel J. .387-418 Lund, Roy 104 Lundhahl, Elma. . . 104-298 Lundin, Arthur. . . . 104-370 Lundin, 167 Lundin, Oscar 370 Lundquist, Dorothy P. .452 Lundy, Alma 105 Lutes, Dorothy 436 Lutes, Phillip 377 Lutes, Sarah . . 105-436-489 Luther, Frederic H. 311-418 Lutz, C 159 Lutz, Helen 446, Lutz, Lauren 105 Lux, Edward 105 Luyendyk, John . . . 105-328 Lynch, Alice 490 Lynch, Cornelius 105 Lyons, Mrs. C. L 442 Lyons, Dorothy 448 Lyons, Frederick N. . . .371 Lyons, Hubert W 374 Lyon, Mrs. Martha Merkle 439 Lyons, Richard .361 Lyons, Mrs. Rolland . . .447 M Ma, C. Y. .. ...321 Mabley, Paul 365 Mabley, T. Hollister. .261- 262-361 Macormick, E 167 MacDermett, Elizabeth 446 MacDonald, A. .34-105-475 MacDonald. D 167 Macdonald, George. . . 355 MacDonald, Jane. . 105-4S7 MacDonald, John. .105-355 MacDonald, Lois 105 MacDougall, Neil ... 28-105 MacFarlan, Harold J.. .374 Macintosh, James 381 MacKay, Donald . . 105-376 MacKenzie, Edna 492 MacKenzie, Robert. . . .353 Macklin, Emanuel 105 MacLean, H. E. . . .307-384 MacLellan. Ruth B. . .442 MacMeekin, James 276-379 MacNames, Maxine . . .481 MacNeal, H. . . 105-170-406 MacNeill, Mae 105 MacNitt, Mrs. Lillian.. 491 MacNitt, Reginal 298 MacN ' itt, Ruth 105 Macormack, James G. .364 Macormick, J 168 MacPherson, John . 161-413 MacRae, Donald A. . . .387 MacRae, Edward . . 106-364 MacVicar, Neil S 379 Maddaus, Oscar 106 Madero, Javui 243 Maddy, Joseph E 287 Maeder, Hoscal W i76 Magee, Dorothy. . .260-261 Magnuson, Mrs. W. C..491 Magoon, W. H 106-327 Mahaffy, Wendel 106 Mahan, Tames 106 Mahey, William 260 Makielski, Leon 415 Makielski, Mrs. Leon. .444 Malay, Bernadine 447 Malcolm, Dorothy L. . .437 Malcolm. Mrs. Karl D. 437 Malcolm, Karl D.. .106-379 Malcolm, Mrs. Russel . .437 Malcolm, Russell 287 MacLennan, Kenneth.. 374 Mallette, Frederick. . . .406 Malin, Samuel B 258 Mallory, Mrs. H 433 Mallory, Velmona 457 Malone, Geraldine 441 Mammial, Zona 453 Manahan, Jane E 437 Manard. Catherine 106-431 Manbeck, Grace L 446 Maner, Elizabeth. .435-457 Mangan, Mary 106 Mangrum, John 352 Mann, Alice 106- 457-486-506 Mann, Matt . . . 191-236-387 Manning, E. Whitney. .384 Manse, Robert 305 Mansion, George N. . . .406 Manson, Benjamin . 106-260 Manson, Grace 436 Manss, Robert 106 Manwaring, Clifford . . . 106 Manwaring, Gertrude. .447 Mao, Yen Wen 321 Mapel, Dorothy 106- 433-480 Mape.3, Edgar. 106-165-320 Mapes, John 168-354 Maple, Florence . . . 106-444 Mar, Y. C 321 Maranda. Edward 358 Marantette, Kenneth C.374 Marbley, Mrs. J 459 Marcotte, Charles 26-27-106 Marcus, D 1 75 Mareneck, Arnold 369 Margold, Stella 107 Margoun, Lawrence. . . .107 Marien. Lawrence 107 Marin, Axel 387 Marin, Gustaf 107 Markey, 1 163 Markham, Lois 448 Markley, G 158 Marks, B 162 Marrow, Jean 458 Marschner, Elaine 481 Marsh, Arthur 107 Marsh, Carl 107 Marsh, Mrs. Carl D.. . .491 Marshall. Charles O 369 Marshall, Don. 161-289-408 Marshall, John S 259 Marshall, Lome E.. 266-267 Marshall, Mrs. M 433 Marshall, Ruth. . .158-442- 472-480-492-498 Marshall, Z 165 Marshall, Mrs. Walter. .432 Marshall. W. V. . . .266-267 Marshick, Dorothy .34-107- 450-475-490-499-500 Martell. Eldred R 324 Martell, P 40 Martha Cook Building 45 7 Marti, Clara 107 Martin, Earl 352 Martin, Elizabeth 107- 266-267-453-478 Martin, Frank 408 Martin. Gladys 107 Martin, H. H 274 Martin, Howard 107 Martin, R 176 Martin, Rex K 398 Martin, Rolland E 376 Martin, Roscoe. . . . 107-376 Martin, Roslyn 445 Martin, W 179 Martin, William 107 Martindale, J. D 169- 306-415 Martinek, Edward F. . .407 Marling. Robert A. .... 382 Masin, Lillian 481 Maslen, Albertina 446- 480-492-499 Mason, Elwood 30-107 Mason, John 369 Mason, William 395 Masselink, Henry J. 107-407 Masten, Wirt M 394 Masters, Clarence. .107-326 Maten, Lenore 457 Mathauer, Charlotte. . .436 Mather, Ruth S 440 Mathews, Alice E. .266-267 Mathews, Esther 455 Mathews, Paul .... 266-267 Mathews. W. C.. ..108-417 Mathie, David R 413 Mathis, Barbara 108- 452-453 Mathew. Olive 440 Matteson, Robert. .108-355 Matthews, Donald M. . .324 Matthews, George 381 Mattson, H. Frazyer . . 408 Maulbetsh, Charlotte . . 167- 437 Mavar, E 158 Maxian, M 171 Maxey, Elizabeth 108- 299-332-439-440 Maxwell, Frank H 30- 31-108-289 Maxwell, Richard . . .32-352 May, Carroll 355 May, Mrs. Donald 435 May, Lester 261 May, Marjorie 473 May, R. A 306 Maybee, Jean 371 Mayer, George 414 Mayers, S. Truesdale. . 108- 305-308-366 Maynard, Helen N. . . . 108- 266-267-446 Maywood, Eleanor. 108-457 Mazabel, Carlos 327 Mazian, Michael J 407 McAfee, William. . .108-218 McAlpine.Mrs.Roy 443-473 McAlpine. R. K 417 McAndrew, Lorinda. . .108- 265-308-432-476 McBride, Jennings 26- 27-108-264-265-358 McBurney, James H.. .369 McBurney, Mrs. Florence 491 McCaffree, Charles .... 108 McCall, Charles 381 McCall, Katherine 492 McCall, Mary 436 McCallum. Mrs. Charles 429 McCallum, George 353 McCallum, Miss Helen. 436 McCallum, K 167 McCarroll, Neil 108 McCarthy, Helen 441 McCarthy, Jerome 108 McCaughna, Donna. . .443- 457-486 PAGE 578 I. I)EX McCauley, Arlcne 108 McClccr, Neil 108 McClelland, Lucille 435 McCleneghan, Ruth . . . 4.U MeClintock. A 173 McCloskey, K. Leona. .473 McCtung, Marjorie. . .430- 481-484-492 McClure, Dorothy 109 McClure, Robert 413 McColl, Catherine 436 McComb. Ruth 447 McComb, Virginia 436 McConkey, George. . . .415 McConnel ' l, Olen 171 McCord. William . . 109-333 McCormick. Edward . . .259 McCormick, Ethel ... 444- 471-407 McCormick, Mortimer 266- 267 McCormick, Robert P. 109- 266-267-415 McCormick, Ruth 433 McCormick, Wilson . . .395 McCort, Malcolm H.. .358 McCotter, Rollo E....289 McCoy, Ernest .... 1 92-2 1 8 McCoy, Margaret 109 McCoy, Robert S 109- 270-370 McCracken, Russell. . .261- 311 McCrae, James 109 McCreary, Richard 176-370 McCreery, Virginia. . . .26- 109-447 McCully, Alice 262-432 McCurdy, Elizabeth. ..435 McCutcheon, Cecil . . . .361 McCutcheon, M 177 McCutcheon, Mabel . . 266- 267-457 McDermott, Glenne ... 109 McDermott, Marie 455-492 McDevitt, John 109 McDonald, Agnes 457 McDonald, Donald . . . .306 McDonald, Douglas H. 414 McDonald, J 28-29 McDonald, Margaret. .440 McDonald, Marion . . . 109- 442-474 McDonald, N ' orman . . .366 McDonald, Phillis . 109-457 McDowell, Elizabeth.. 447- 483-487 McEachran, Marjorie. .454 McEachren, Mary 452 McFarlan, Mrs. J. C...491 McFate. Ben G. . ..255-361 McFawn, William M.. .380 McGaughan, A. S 307 McGilliard, Stanley 384 McGillicuddy, Oliver B. 408 McGillicuddy, Robert. .408 McGinty. Daniel A 358 McGonigal, Virginia . . . 109 McGraw, Harrison 109 McGuffie, Dorothy 158-430 McGugan, J. Donald. . .415 McGuire, Marjorie. . . . 161- 266-267-478 McHeffey, George 109 McHugh, Charles M. . . 109- 407 Mclntyre, C 161 Mclntyre. Charles . 289-413 Mclntyre, John 354 Mclntyre, Louise 26- 109-327-455 McKaig, Elizabeth . 1 10-457 McKay, Edward 255 McKenzie, E 174 McKinley, Julia 110- 481-487 McKinley, Wessyl A. . .398 McKinney, Marion .... 432 McKinivie, Clarence . . .110 McKnight, Retta 432 McLaughlin, George M. 161-406 McLaughlin. Mrs. W.A. 439 McLaughlin, William. .365 McLaughlin. Mrs. William 441 McLean, Josselyn 276- 432-483 McLean. Walter HO McLeese, James G 407 McLeish, Mrs. 436 McLeod, Douglas 395 McLintock, Milo 110 McLouth. Bess L 274 McMaster, James. . .28-110 McMeans, Mary K 448 McMeekin, James 408 McMillan, Fredda .481-486 McMullen. Dcidre ....260 McMurray, Mrs. K. . . .433 McMurray, Katherine .442- 472-483-486-4X9-490-498 McMurtry, Vivian 458 McNamara, Frances. . .454 McNaughton, Archie L. 358 McNeal, Harley . . .305-355 McMillan. Freda. . .. 11(1 McOmt-cr. Reta P. 447-493 McPhail, Jane 437 McQuire, Lois 435 McQuire. Marjorie 435 Mead, B 158 Mead, C. Wayne 110- 255-266-267-415 Meade. D H.4 Mead. Elizabeth 11(1 Meade. William 30-1 10 Meader, George 287 Meader, P 161 Meader. Robert P 289 Meader, George 287 Medlen, C 171 Meed. Elizabeth W. . . .430 Meeks, C. Milton 413 Meffley. William 110 Megaro. Geraldine .... 167- 277-327-441 Mehring, Dale C 366 Mergher, J 173 Meinecke, Bruno. . .299-332 Meisel, R.Verne 407 Meiser, John L 324 Meister. Paul 110 Mehlman, Harry 110 Meldrim, Albert 110 Melichar. Charles 324 Melick, Max A 276-324 Melnik, Morris 421 Meloche, Mrs. C. C.. . 417- 444-473 Mclter. H. W 258 Memefee, Mrs. F. D. . .440 Mendel. Regina 110-481 Mendenhall, P 162 Mendohlson. H 167 Menefee, Ferdinand N " . 272-358 Mercier. F 307 Merdzruski, H 164 Merner, Frederick. .252-255 Merrick. Alice 327 Merrick. Ruth 327-436-478 Merrie-Go-Round 305 Merrill. Frances. . .455-429 Merrill. Georgina . .429-455 Merrill. Herbert 374 Merrill, William . . .258-374 Merritt. B. D 299-332 Merry. Ellis B 261-364 Merry. Henry J.. 261-364 Mertaugh, Adrian J. . . .380 Merten, Norman. . . .36-110 Messersmith, Lawrence 382 Meyer. Esther 40-111 Meyer, Frieda 111-475 Meyer, George W 305 Meyer, Harvey E. .111-414 Meyer, Leslie.. .32-111-379 Meyer, Robert Bruce 111- 179-379-406 Meyer, Thelma 481 Meyers, Charles 361 Meyers, Hayes 365 Meyers. Royal 413 Mibai. Sugi 329 Michael. Jannet . . 167-327- 444-472-483-498 Michaels, Jerome A. . . .407 Michaels, Milton 421 Michener. John 55 Michigan Alumnus. . . .274 Michigan Daily 261 Michigan Daily Business Stafl 262 Michiganensian 25! Michigan Gargoyle . .25 Michigan Technic 258 Michigan Union . . . 268-269 Michle, D. Grant .11 1-384 Mickiewicz, Anthony J. 111-407 Mickiewicz, Helen .40-111 Mickle. Frank A 1X7 Mickle. G 28-29 Middleton. John Ill Middleton, Victor J. 40- 111-330 Middlewood. Robert. ..Ill Midworth. Alice Ill Miken, Helen 492 Mikina, Stanley Ill Milburn, Pauline 493 Miles. W 165 Miller,, Mrs. Chas 436 Miller, Arno . . . 365 Millc-r, Carl S ixs Miller. Charles M 380 Miller, Clarence Ill Miller. D 168 Miller, D. C 407 Miller.Dorothy 308-430-457 Miller. Dorothy H. . . . Ill Miller, Dorothy L 112 Miller. E 273 Miller. Edwin 112 Miller, Elias A 206- 305-315-321 Miller, Evelyn 457 Miller. F 3O-31 Miller, Frances 444 Miller. Fred 112 Miller, Prof. H. W 258 Miller. Henry 361 Miller, J 32 Miller. James 112-365 Miller. Mrs. La Verne . .491 Miller, Mrs. Leonard .437 Miller, Mabel M... 443-473 Miller. Margaret. .112-442 Miller. Mrs. Ralph ... .432 Miller, Robert B. 366-382 Miller. S 262 Miller, Stanley A 363 Miller, Sylvia 262-449 Milligan, Robert 408 Mills. H 162 Mills. Mrs. Harry D. . .437 Mills. 1 38 Mills, Jack W. . 1 12-266-267 Mills. Joseph 354 Mimes 304 Miner. Helen 473 Minkin, William 372 Mintillon. Mrs. Geo.. . 428 Miskie. Ralph 266-267 Mitchell. Arthur 112 Mitchell. Audrey 4M.i Mitchell, Clara 26- 112-299-332-440 Mitchell. Mrs. E. D. 44(1 Mitchell. Elmer. . . 298-365 Mitchell. Fred 276 Mitchell. Gertrude. II 2-434 Mitchell, Jane D 430 Mitchell. Jean 446 Mitchell. Robert 355 Mitchell. Ruth 112 Mix, Margaret 433 Miyanaga. Atsushi W. . .329 Mizner. Elizabeth. 112-455 Mock. Catherine 112 Mock. William 376 Mochlman, Mrs. A 430 Modero. Benjamen, Jr. .376 Modem. F. L 376 Moe, Mrs. George 441 Moe. Mrs. Orvil 441 Mohroff. William . ' Moll. Anna 455 Monrad, C. C 417 Monroe. Charles S 26- 259-275 Monroe, Helen 112 Monson, M 168 Monson, Nelyin B 400 Montague, Richard. .395 Montague.RobertS.Jr. 305 Montantz. James. .. 112 Montgomery, Atmerine .436 Montgomery. Ervin J. .320 Moodie. Frank B 366 Moon. Margaret 450 Moore. C. F. 417 Moore. Earl 2X7-354 Moore. Mrs. Earl V. 431-43 ' ) Moore. D. L 174-307 Moore. Elizabeth . .112-444 i ' ranklin 112 Moore. ( icurv ' i ' K 407 Moore. Helen 450-490 Moore, Mrs. I. B. . I u Moore. John Frank .... 1 13 Moore, King 240 Moore. Phyllis 455 Moore, Richard H. 394 Moore. Riivi.-ll II. 113-311 Moore. Ruth 308-432-4X8 Moore. Mrs. Samuel . 433 Moore. Vali.i S III? Mopes. Edgar E 320 Moreley. M:,--. 455 Moreland, William 374 Morey. Robert E 311 Morgan, Catherine . 441 Morgan, Harold 413 Morgan. James 113 Morin. Mrs. Helen 475 Morin, Margaret . .432-472 Morley. Arthur L. W( Morley. Elizabeth 113 Morley. J 176 Morley, Mary F. 158-327 Morris, W. R. 307 Morissey. V. 3O-31-1 13-406 Morrison. Alice . 113-440 Morrison. Anne 449 Morrison, Maynard . . . 167- 194-202-353 Morrow, James 113 Morrow, Margaret 113 Morse. Leland 271-370 Mortarboard 470 Mortensen. Charles. . . .113 Morton, D 163 Mosely, B 113 Moser. F. 417 Moser, Henry 311-312-414 Mosser. Murray W 374 Moses, Mrs. E 446-453 Moses. Harriet ... 1 13-435 Moslen, Marcia 455 Moslen, Albertina 472-483 Moss, Erwin 113 Mosser. M 168-171 Most, Arthur 113 Mote, LcRoyA 113-41 I Molt. Albert R 320 Moule. Tom 371 Moulton. Rollin 152 Moyer. Charles .1 13-305 Moyer, Elliott 114-286 Moyer. Max H 3XO Mozumdar. Madhusudon 326 Mueller, Rudolph 114 Mueller. Walter 414 Muffly. Garg (85 Muffly. Marjorie 114- 44O-453-490 Muir, E 167 Muir, Thomas 262 Mullen. Marjorie 428 Muller. Vernon 114 Mulliken. Richard F. 3 ' ix Mummers Dramatic Society 488 Munch. Charlotte 114- 443-481-4X6 Munro, William. .. 114 Munsti-r. Norman L. . . .324 Murfin. James O. 268 Murphy. Elizabeth 441 Murphy. J 32 Murphy, J. L 408 Murphy. John 114 Murphy. K 174 Murphy, M 171 Murphy. Robert A. 311-418 Murphy. William 1 14-268 Murray. (ill-nil ill Murray. J. Cliffi.nl 353 Murray. Thomas 384 Musil. Tresse 114-453 . Paul 114 Mussclwhitc. Helen E. .262 Musser. Dorothy 455 Muzzly. D 158 Diana 4O6-429 Myron. Harold 1 14-218-376 Mysen. Adelle 457 Nack, Arthur 114-408 Nadeau. Marie 49O Naglevoort. Louise. . . .442 Nako. Asa I2V-473 Nank. Reinhardt 1 14-355 Narey, Eliz. H 455 Namn. Joe 26- 27-114-287-306-320 Nash. V 167 Nathan. Laurrence ... 1 15 Nathanson. Samuel ... 372 Navarr. J. A 115 Naylor. Marian I 43(1 Neal. (.- 115-444 Neat. Harold 255-354 Nehetung. Raymond G. 218 Nechodoma, Helen. . . .177- 266-267-429 Nederlander. Sara 26- 115-445 Needham. Mrs. Henry B. 437 Neef. Mabel E 443 Neclkanth. Vinodinee .326- 457 Neely. Wayne. . .36-37-115 Ni-rr. C.i-m- 442 Ni-hrinu. D 16O Neighbor. Justin 115 Neil, Mrs. C. S 428 Neilson. Evelyn M. 440-455 Neis, Robert 28-115 Nell, Edward 28- 29-115-258-270 Nell. G 176 Nellcs. John F 369 Nelson. Carl G 4O7 Nelson. Mrs. Erwin .... 433 Nelson. Harris 158-240 Nelson. Mrs. J. R 442 NYlson. Prof. J. R 258 Ndsi.n, Mrs. N 446 Nelson. P 176-353 NYlson, Ralph ..115 Nelson. Stephen H. 115-320 Ncphler. Mary 115-457 Neroni, Albert 398 Neubauer. Emil T 400 Neurenbcr . ( 159 Neurenther, George C. . 358 Xt-uss, Jerome 115 Newberry Residence 455 Newburgh. Louis 413 Newburgh. Dr. L. H. .289 Ni-wo.mb. Ralph E. . .311 Xewcomb, V. W. 408 Newcomb. Mrs. W. W. 44 Newell. Thelma 43 ' ) Newland. Millard.. .38-115 Newman. C 306 Newman, Irwin 372 Newman. Max 115-421 Newton. Maynard A. 358 Newton, Mrs. Maynard 437 Nichol. David M. . 167- 261-369 Nichols. George 353 Nii-hols. Mrs. Harry. . 437 Nichols. Isabel 437 Nicholson, Edna 115- 450-486 Nickels. Dora 448 Nickelson. Hayden 413 Nu-ki-lson. |. M 380 Nicklin.John 115 Nicol. ll. ' Oi-n 116- i57-498-SM Nil-man. Harry 116 Niethamer. Lois 452 NifleneugiT, Mary 116 Nitrs, ii.la 116 Ninlte. Carl . . lie.- 107 , Masao 329 Nissi-n. Mary Jean 455 Mr-.. Roland O. 437 ! ' ..116 Nitslager, (1 434 Katherine 432 Nodli-r. Philip 116 NofTze. Howard II . Xi.fziniier. Karl 369 Nogglc. Lenore 452 Noiirna, Kimi 329 Nook. Edward 116 Xnrdnrrn. Gladys 481 Norlm-k.J (6-116 Norman. La Lander S. .37 " Norman. Mar) ' L. Norman. O. A 116-379 N.irris. Dorothy . 428-493 Norns. H 26-116-430 PACE 579 Norris, Richard 355 North, James 352 North, Walter P 286 North, Warren... 32-33-1 16 Northway, E 36-37-116 Norton, D. W 123-374 Norton, John 384 Norville, Leo 116-173 Nosenzo, Angela 116- 452-457 Notkin, Meyer 421 Notnagel, Pauline 1. 430-483 Novitsky, B 273 Novy, Mrs. Frederick G. 434 Novy, Frances 431 Nowak, Adeline ... 1 16-450 Nowak, Maxine 435 Noyers, John R 358 Nunneley, Emory .. 1 1 7-395 Nunneley, William .117-355 Nusbaum, Raymond . . . 369 Nu Sigma Nu 403 Nutt, Elizabeth 430 Xutting, Elfrieda Ill Nygard, A 28-117-242 Nysander, Mrs. James 430 Oakleaf, Joseph B. .175-363 Oatley, Douglas 395 Obletz, Mildred 449 O ' Brien, Austin A 117- 311-325-418 O ' Brien, C 169 O ' Brien. Frank 278 O ' Brien, Kathleen 327 O ' Brien, M 175 O ' Brien, Margaret R. . .440- 493 O ' Brien, R 167 O ' Brien, Veronica. .441-481 Obrock, Mildred 117- 447-489 O ' Bryon, Austin 266- 267-371 O ' Connell, B 178 O ' Connell, Raymond .. 117- 311-320 O ' Connor, Marie F. .473 O ' Dea, James 274 O ' Dell, D. A 117-178 Odle, Harry V 11 7-363 Oeming, Loring F 385 Oesterblam, Margaret .. 1 1 7 Oestrike, Elmer E 305 Ogborne, Dorothy 444 Ogden. Chester 374 O ' Hara, Emma F 429 O ' Hara, Helen 117 Ohlinger, Mrs. B. F. . . .442 Ohlson, John 374 Ohlson, Margaret E 117- 443-470-477-498-500-501 O ' Keef, Frances 117 Okkelberg, Mrs. Maud. 439 Olds, Virginia H. . . . 167-430 Oliphant, Mrs. L. W. . .434- 440 Olmstead, C. F 369-311 Olmstead, Mrs. C. T. 446 Olmstead. Shirley 457 Olmsted, Alice 117 Olsen, Merrill E.. . .117-379 Olson, Ada 428 Olson, Albert W 266- 267-395-400 Olson, Harold 117 Olson, Odina 428-439 Olstead, Charles 355 Omans, Beatrice 432 O ' Neil, Prof. J. M 312 O ' Neil, Mrs. James. . . .429 O ' Neil. Thomas L. 380 O ' Neil, E 167 O ' Neill, James. . . . 117 O ' Neill, James C 327 O ' Neill, James M 286 O ' Neill. John 118-327 Oosterbaan, Bennie . . . . 191 Oppenheim, Milton M..118 Oren, Hymen 421 Ornsteen, Lester. . .259-367 O ' Roke, Earl C. 324 Orr, Leslie W 324 Orr, Mary 118 Orr, Melvin 118 Orr, Reed 259 Orr, Sarah F 430 Orr, William 158-361 Orwig, J. Wilfred 34- 35-118-210-385 Osborne, James 26-118 Osborne, Kenneth R. . . 166- 305 Osborne. Ruth 327 Osenburg, Richard. 118-370 Osgood, Laura 286 Osterberg, Aino W. 118-457 Otis, Malcom 355 Ott, George W 118 Ott, Harold A 385 Ottaway, Elmer J 274 Otto, Gilbert G 118 Otto, Ruth 442 Ouspensky, Walter. . . .327 Ouspensky, William ... .327 Outcalt, R. Franklin . . .38- 118-266-267-415 Owen. Allen 118 Pacella, Anthony F. . . .390 Paddock, Beatrice F. . . 118- 457 Paddock, Marianna. . . .442 Page, J. . 167-168-277-370 Page, William 167-261 Paine, Mrs. Emory. . . .452 Painter, Frank Jr 376 Pallin, Leonard A 118 Palmer, A 167 Palmer, Albert 277 Palmer, Alfred 269-385 Palmer, Bruce 158- 259-264-374 Palmer. Charlotte. .175-458 Palmer, George E 118 Palmer, Gilbert 381 Palmer, lone 299-332 Palmer, Richard E 385 Palmer, W. B 374 Palmer, William . . .298-381 Pan-Hellenic Ball Committee 483 Pape, Dorothy 444 Parciarelli, Donald 398 Pardee, Elizabeth H. . . 119- 428 Parenti, Sandron S. 1 19-390 Parish. V. D 311 Park, George G 119 Parker, Albert 414 Parker, Albert J 376 Parker, Mrs. Albert. . . .447 Parker, Carl F 119 Parker, Mrs. D. H 440 Parker. F 162 Parker, H 162 Parker, Hily Dale 447 Parker, Mrs. Frank 432 Parker, Helen 455 Parker, Marjorie 435 Parker, Mrs. Martha O. 434 Parker, Orville E 377 Parker. Ray 238 Parkinson. Clara. . .444-490 Parks, Mrs. Phillips. . . .433 Parks, Miss Sarah 433 Parmenter, Helen F. 1 1 9-43 7 Parnall, Mary 119-437 Parry. Thomas K 119 Parsall, Winifred 455 Parson, Edith R 490 Partridge, E. P 417 Parvin, Charles 369 Pasick, Manuel A 119 Passman, Harold J 119 Pastanet, Dorothy 481 Pastrana, Maria 455 Pat, Leon 395 Patch, Benjamin A. Jr. 1 19- 365 Pate. Maxine S 119 Pate. P 163 Patuick, F. A 119 Paton, David 377 Paton, William A 418 Paton, Mrs. Wm. A.... 443 Patrick, Francis D 380 Patrick, Fred 372 Patrick, Harriet J. .119-443 Pattengill, Caroline. . . .431 Patterson. George R. . .202- 353 Patterson, Mrs. George W. 431-439 Patterson, Harcourt. . .167- 259-374 Patterson, Marjorie 327-442 Patterson, Robert B 119 Patterson, Sarah M 158-428 Patterson, Virginia. . . .492 Paulson, Richard 353 Payne. C 163 Payne, Jay 414 Payne. Richard 327 Peak, C. 296 Peapples, Arthur L. 119-165 Pearce, Dorothy 119 Pearsall, Evelyn 436 Pearse, John 120 Pearson, Marion E. 120-437 Pearson, Mart 34-158 Peck, Mrs. Albert 433 Peck, Frances D 439 Peck. Rhea 432 Peck, Mrs. Willis 430 Peckham, Howard 261 Peckham, Victor A 120 Peet, Mrs. Georgia K. . .450 Peet. Gilbert 381 Peet. Dr. Max M... 289-413 Peuasus 489 Peik, Hanns 287 Pejsa, Emma K 120 Pekansky, M 273 Pemberton, Thomas 38- 266-267 Pence, R 164 Pendell, William H. Jr. .377 Penniman, John E 120 Penniman, Lucille A. .. 120- 457 Pennington, Leon A. ... 120 Penty, Ruth C. 120-457-486 Penzel 120-428-489 Penzotti, Miriam 437 Peoples. E. Spencer. . . .415 Peppier, Margaret 448 Perkins, Thomas S 382 Perrett, George W 120 Perrin, O. C 287-307 Perrot, David L. . . .120-376 Perry, Charles 299-332 Perry, Edward 355 Perry, T 32-33 Person, Phillys 121 Petecovich, Marie 434 Peters, Joseph 1 20 Peters, Martha 431 Peterson, Elfrida ... 1 20-433 Peterson, G. Shoney . . .286 Peterson, Mrs. G. S. . . . 430 Peterson, Louise 490 Peterson, Mrs. Marcia.435 Peterson, Marion 428 Peterson, Dr. Reuben. .289 Peterson, Mrs. Reuben 434- 435 Peterson, W. Frederick 358 Peterson, Ward 361 Petrie, Robert 354 Pettibone, Mrs. Clarence 453 Pettis, Robert D 120- 165-320-418 Pettyjohn, Elmore 354 Pfaffmanu, Philip 361 Pfeiffer. Betty .489-457-494 Phelps, D. Maynard. . .381 Phelps, Dorothy 120 Phelps, Jean 435 Phelps. Stanford N 364 Phi Alpha Delta 410 Phi Beta Pi 409 Phi Chi 411 Phi Delta Chi 405 Phi Delta Phi 402 Phi Epsilon Pi 379 Phi Delta Theta 354 Phi Gamma Delta 361 Phi Kappa 391 Phi Kappa Psi 350 Phi Kappa Sigma 365 Phi Kappa Tau 387 Phi Lambda Kappa ... .421 Phi Mu Alpha 360 Phi Mu Delta 385 Phi Rho Sigma 408 Phi Sigma Delta 372 Phi Sigma Kappa 371 Phi Sigma Sigma 449 Phil, Nena 448 Philbin, Lester M 385 Philipose, Panachmostu 326 Phillips, Esther 493 Phillips. George. 41-120-418 Physical Education Club 490 Piazza, Verne 276 Picard, Milton 121 Pick, Hanns 287 Piekarski, Joseph 121 Pien, H. H 321 Pierce, Allan A 358 Pierce. Catherine 121 Pierce, Charles A 358 Pierce, Clarence M 364 Pierce, Flora 325 Pierce. Hugh 261 Pierce. Robert 379 Piersol. T. R 352 Pi Beta Phi 432 Pi Kappa Alpha 381 Pi Kappa Phi 399 Pike. Elizabeth 429 Pike. Melvin H 408 Pillisbury, Mrs. Walter. 431 Pinaire, J. S 121 Pingael, N. F 307-395 Pinkerton, William. . . .365 Pinkham, Joseph E. 178-371 Pinson, Gene vie ve 443 Piszczck, Lasima 121 Pisczck, Felix 121 Pitton, R . . 158 Plank, Evrell E 363 Plant, Robert 408 Platt, Miss Helen 430 Platt, Sewell 353 Pleshek, Lyle 353 Pliskon. Harold.... 12 1-421 Plough, Alice 41-121 Plum, Harrison T 305 Pohl, Gordon 385 Pocock 169 Podesta, Morayne 441 Poe, Howard 194 Poinar, G 174. Poleto, Louis H 390 Polk, Dora 447-488 Pollard, Earl 387 Pollard, H. Marvin 413 Policy, P 174-307 Pollie, Lorraine. . . .442-489 Pollock, Cathelia 436 Pollock, Donald A. . 121-377 Pollock, Florence 448 Pollock, James K 286- 311-361 Pollock, M 26-428 Pollock, Margaret 121 Pond, W...-. 158 Ponton, Joseph C 30- 121-289 Poorman, Edwin. . .26-121- 173-194-205-228-363 Porter, Clarence L 376 Portfleet, Ruth 121 Portia Literary Society 487 Posse, Ernest 28-121 Post, Albert M 377 Post. Wm. A 385 Potruch, Fred 121 Potter, Eugene B. . .355-408 Potter, Nathan.. ..122-228 Potter, Mrs. Nathan . . . 429 Pottle, John L. 160-266-267 Potts, Alice 122 Pound, John D 122-380 Powell, Herschell. . .28-122 Powell, Lucius 408 Power, E 41 Power, Frank 374 Prakken, Lawrence W. .122- 369 Pratt, Helen . . . 122-448-455 Pratt, Russell 41-122 Prattengeier, Alfred .... 122 Preebe. Aaron 122 Presbrey, Robinson. . . .353 Prescott Club 330 Prescott, Lyle 122-369 Presser, Dwight W 418 Preston, Harold L. .266-267 Preston, Helen. .30-122-434 Price, Catherine . . .122-457 Price, David 361 Prichard, Leonard. .42-324 Priehs, George 122-308 Priest, Raymond 355 Pringle, Kenneth R. . . .394 Pritzel, Allen 365 Prophet, Mrs. Edward C. 443 Prottengeier, Alfred C. 40O Prouse, Thomas W 376 Psi Omega 412 Psi Upsilon 348 Puckett, Howard L. . . .408 Pullen 330 Purcell, Ann 122 Purcell, Kathryn 450 Pusch, William 361 Putney, Mark B 414 Putnick, Olive 122 Pye, Helen 122-432 Quaife, Elizabeth. .454-486 8uaife, Helen 123 uale, Franklin 123-382 Quarles, Louise 431 Quarry, Mrs. Josephine 441 Quarterdeck Society . . . 296 Quigley, Ruth 123-434 Quintan, Dennis P 274 Quinn, R 162 Quinn, Timothy . . .123-210 Quint, Richard 123 Quraishi, Sherm M 326 Rabinovich, Heiman . . .123 Rabinowitz, Victor. . . .261 Rademaker, George .... 369 Radford, Stewart W 364 Rae, Frances 123- 299-332-437 Raelle, Alexander 275 Raethke, Theodore H. .377 Raettig, Eldred 123 Rahilly, C 167 Rahman, Sheikh A. 123-326 Raike, Sidney 167-236 Raikes, Mrs. Grace . . . .435 Raiter, Frances 440-447 Ralston, Elizabeth .123-433 Ralston, R. R 417 Ramlow, Eleanor. .123-448 Ramsay, Mary Lou . . .481 Ramsdell, Richard M. 123- 369 Ramsey, Mrs. Mae. . . .491 Ramsey, Rachel F 123- 437-492 Randall, E 174 Randall, Fred S 274 Randall, Mabel 429 Randell, Mrs. Harrison 431 Randolph, Theron 408 Rankin, Josephine .... 123- 308-433-476 Ranny, John 381 Ransburg 358 Ransford, R. George. ..305 Ranta, Leo 123 Raschbacker, Mrs. H...430 Rash. Carl 365 Rash. Mrs. C. H 430 Rash. Ralph 365 Rassmussen, Raymond 395 Ratcliffe, Mrs. W. B. . .435 Rathbone, Phillip 377 Rauner, Franklin J. 124-380 Rawlings, Ella B 497 Rawson. David 124 Ray, Arthur J 305 Ray, Lawrence 415 Rayen, Isabelle 472 Rayen, Jane 432 Raymond, James 370 Raymond. John 255 Raymont, Maud 34- 124-457-475 Rayner, Gordon 324 Rea, Walter 361 Reading, Marion 448 Reason, Dean N 370 Reason. Robert . 41-124-370 Reaves, Hugh G 413 Redd, C 175 Redding, 1 28 Redding, James 124 Redman, Elza 124 Reed, Eugrne M 379 PAGE 580 wmwr mmm Rood, Evan . 124 Rickrlls, r.. rard P 387 Riddle. Mathew C... 11 ( Rider. Norton 32-126 Reed. Lawrence F. 165-418 Reed, Melvin 353 Kiv.l. Nancv Ellen. . . .440 Reed, Paul V 407 Reed, R 158-377 Reed, Roberta 455- Riebel. Frederick 361 Riecker. Herman H.. . .363 Riedel, Nettie . 126-457-475 Riemenschneider, Carl 266- 267-371 Ries, Henry C 126-311 Rife Sherril 413 472-480-481-484 Reed. Mrs. Thomas. 4.(6 Reed. Thomas H 286 Reed, William 353 Rifkin. Irving 126 Riggs, Mrs. Finley 435 Reek, Anne 444 Reeves, A 158 Reeves, Ellen 431 Riggs, Robert 126 KiKKs, Samuel 361 Riggs, Mrs. Samuel !.(.( Riley, Frank. 176-278-306 Reeves, Grace . . . 124 Reeves, Mrs. Jesse 431 Reed, W. B. . . . 124 Refik. Behire 455 Refuss, Marjorie 455 Rink F 160 Reglien, Norman C. . . .406 Rehrig, Margaret J. . . . 124- 440-481 Reich, G. 167 Riplo, Edward 126 Rischman, Robert .. 126 Rishell, John 352 Risk, Robert D. . . 380-408 Rittershofer, Mrs. Helen 454 Riven, Samuel S 421 Reichard, Herman. . .124 Reichenbach, Walter. .124- 269-364 Reichman. Gerson 124 Reid, Mrs. . . 429 Roach, Thomas G 366 Reid, William H. 124- Robb. Anna 266- 267-441-478 Robb. Elizabeth 126- 298-457 266-267 Reif Albert E 324 Reif, E 26-124-264-265 Reiman, Mrs. L. C 439 Rein, Edgar . 124 Robbins, Bernard 372 Robbins, Rachel. . .126-432 Roberts B 171 Reindel, John D 240-261 Reinhart, Elizabeth 430 Remer, Alice M. 298 Roberts, E 28-29-126 Roberts J. 28 Remick, Charles A. . .26-380 Remsen, Alfred 355 Renick. Charles 125 Roberts. James B 126 Roberts. James 127 Roberts, Jeannie 261- 308-430-483 Robertson, Alexander D. 377 Robertson. Bernard 369 Robertson, Covert . 305-395 Robertson, Elizabeth. .452- 455 Robins. Mrs. H. M 458 Robinson, Arthur 278 Robinson, Edward 127 Robinson, Jane 444-487-492 Robinson, Marion 127 Robinson, Primrose .... 127 Robinson, Remus 127 Robson, Eleanor 429 Reniham, Katherine. .441- 481 Renihan, Catherine . . . . 125 Renihan, L. 158-441 Renkenberger, Doris. .125- 436-490-498-499 Rennell, E. 170-413 Renner, John 125 Rentschler. Catherine . 447- 487-490 Renwitch, J 167-261 Renwick, Mrs. L. C. . . .437 Rett, Floyd 125-395 Reynolds, Harold. .125-296 Reynolds, Helen 458 Reynolds, Phyllis 266- 267-347 Reynolds, R. 175-324 Roche, P. 30-127 Rockefeller, R. Warren 384 Rode. Frederick 127 Reynolds, Virginia .... 125- 299-332-454 Reynolds, William C. . . 125- 287-296-305-369 Reynolds, William J. .. US- SOS Rhead, Mrs. George B. 437 Rhead, Mrs. Mabel R. .439 Rhed, Charles 327-354 Rheffas, M. 158 Roderick. Howard 355 Roesch. John 127 Rogers, Daniel M 370 Rogers, Evered E 358 Rogers, M. C. 417 Rogers. Roden 127 Rogers, Ruby 127 Rohrback, Kenneth L. 377 Rohrbach, Ralph . . 127-173 Rollinger Roy 377 Rhines J. 160 Rhodes, Edgar 125 Rhone, Kenneth 125 Romani, Teresa 333 Rombar, Anna 455 Ronan Frank A. 387 Ricard Herbert 125 Rice, D 178 Rood. James M 414 Rooks, Wendel 127 Rice, J. 26 Rice, J. Wesley.... 376-413 Rice Philip E 406 Root J. 175 Root, Miriam. .175-444-493 Rich, G. . . 32-33 Rich, Hazel 436 Root Winifred 432 Rich Mary E 430 Richard, W. . 174 Rosbeck. Joseph 305 Rose, J 158 Rose, John R. .261-262-363 Rose, Victor C 273-298 Roselle, Helen 457 Rosenberg, Bernard 127 Rosenberg P. 26-27 Richards, Edna 125-435 Richards, George 365 Richards, Grace. . .436-472 Richards, Ned 369 Richards, W 307 Richards, William . .125-365 Richardson, Arthur L. . 1 70- 408 Richardson, Beryl ..... 436 Richardson. Donald 125 Richardson, George .... 366 Richardson, James .... 126- 255-415 Richardson, Karl S 358 Richmond, Roaldus F. 394 Richolt Robert 126 Rosenberg, Philip 127 Rosenberg, Pierce 127- 261-367 Rosenthal.Jean 175-307-445 Rosewarne, Frances 452-458 Rosewarne, Lillian M. . .452 Rosewater, Stanley P. . .274 Rosie M. H. . . .127 Ross. Benjamin C. . 128-421 Ross, Charles H 406 Richter, Harry C 363 Richter. Harrv 1 408 Ross, Mrs. C. H 440 Ross. Harold 352 Ross, Mrs. Roy 432 Ross, William P... .258-377 Rosser, D 160 Roswinckel, John 128 Roth, Charles 26-128 Ruth. E 161 Roti. August 128-390 Rottenbcrg, Bernard . .128- 372 Rotunno. Archie A 390 Rouse, Albert A. ... 1 77-385 Rouse, Mrs. Louis 448 Rouse, Marshall . . .128-415 Rousseau, Albert 415 Rousseau, Mrs. A. J. . . .451 Rowe, Frank 128-417 Rowe, Stuart 30- 128-287-413 Royce, Miss Amber .... 4SO Royce, Frank E 272 Royston, Joseph R 380 Rudder, Fred 413 Rudine. Carl J 266-267 Rudisill. Louisa 444 Rudolphi, Annette 455 Rudolph. Edward 128 Rueger, C. F 306 Rueger, Milton 128 Ruelle. Alexander 26- 128-275-358 Rufus, Mrs. Carl 444 Rufus, Howard C 406 Rufus, Mrs. W. C 450 Runkle. Dorothy 444- 458-487 Runnels. Scott 355 Ruof, Dorothy J 437 Rupp, Helen . . . 128-450-481 Rush. Charles 278 Russell, E 159-167-168 Russell, Edwin F 271- 277-371 Russell, Geraldine 431 Russell, J 158 Russell. Joseph A 261 Russell. Sherwood. . .30-128 Russell. Thomas 365 Russick. Charles J. . 128-369 Ruswinckel, John W. . .398 Ruten, Mrs. William H. 450 Ruth. Murray 128 Ruthven. Mrs. A. G. . .428- 451 Ruthven, Katherine L. 1 28- 428 Ruwitch, Joseph . . . 261-367 Ryall, Donald 129 Ryan, Colby 259 Ryan, Kenneth J. . . 1 71-407 Ryan. J. D 417 Ryan, Paul 129 Ryerson. Fred 387 Ryerson, G 158 Ryrum, Mrs. F. A 433 Sabom, Margaret 298- 457-481 Sachett, Frances S 129- 446-494 Sadler, Dean H. C. 296-361 Sadler, Mrs. Herbert.. 431 Sadler, Walter C 379 Safran, Nathaniel 129 Sahlmark, Helga 437 Sahlmark, Joseph P.. .276- 330 Saila, S. K 129 Sakamoto, Kikuji 329 Sala.Aldow 390 Salisbury, Charles 353 Sallars, Paul 369 Saltonstall, Gilbert B..179- 287-306-413 Salzarulo. William 261 Sample, D. f. . . 167-433-499 Sampson, Claude D. ..129- 266-267-325 Samra. Bakhtawar S. . . 326 Samson, Marie 34- 129-457-475-489 Samson, Vernon 129 Samuels, T 172 Samuelson. Clarence A 324-400 Sanchuck, John 355 Samlberg, Florida 478 Sanders, Clam IvS Sanderson. Stevens 129-40X Sandier, Lois J 428 Sandy, K 167 Sanford, Charles A. 262-363 Sargent, Emily ... IV, Sargent, Leland .... 1 29-376 Sargent. Maud 436 Satavsky. Abraham 12 ' Sato, Kikue _ " ) Satavsky, Abraham . ... 129 Sato, Kikuc i2 ' l Sattcrthwaite. Geneva 432 Sauer, Russell 1 29-286 Saunders. Gale. . . .457-4X6 Saunders, Herschel II s . Saunders. Milford C. CM Savage, Richard ... 1 29-286 Saver, C 175 Savery. Carol 429 Sawyer, Floy 42-49.) Sawyer, Geraldine 4.U Sawyer. Hazel 454 Sawyer. Mrs. Ralph. . .443 Sawyer. Robert K. 398 Schaack, Elizabc-th 129-44.) Schacfer. Augusta. .454-478 Schaefer. Clara 129 Schacffer, Kenneth .... 240 Schaffer. Barney 129 Schaffcr, Nathan 130 Scharf, E 262 Scharfman, Leo 367 Scheffler, G. H 417 SchefTman. Morene. . . .449 Schell. Violet Ho t Scherer, Alex 26- 130-262-261-265-361 Scherer, Robert 352 Schermack. Joseph . l.i -.iX2 Scheyer, David 130 Schick, Edgar. . .36-130-244 Schiel, R 164 Schiele, Harriet 1 451 Schimariski. Louis F . 258- .587 Schlater. Margaret 130 Schleh, Alice 487 Schloss. William 367 Schlott. Arlene 434 Schlotterbeck, Mrs. J. O. 44O-473 Schmaltz. Mrs. C. A. 446 Schmalzricdt, Allon F..369 Schmeiske, Lisbon 384 Schmeling, Evans. . . . .381 Schmid, Frederick 13O Schmid, Mrs. H. H 442 Schmid, Lily 13O- 455-49O-5OO Schmidgall. J. Ray . . . .130- 287-387-306 Schmidt, Dorthea 13O- 454-481-483 Schmidt, Henry W. 276-387 Schmidt. Marian 429 Schmidt, Martha 130 Schmidt, Raymond G. 258- 395 Schmidt, W. Karl 381 Schmude, Carl H 400 Schneider. Carl E. 177-385 Schneider, E. Sheldon. .363 Schneider, Erwilli 26- 130-471-480 Schneider. Helen 481 Schneider, Howard 42- 130-324-398 Schnerring, Lorena .... 130 Schoemaker, Stanley ... 287 Schoer, Clarence 177- 266-267-307 Schoen, Robert .... 1 75-353 Schoenfeld.JohnB. 130-289 Schoenherr. Leonard H. 4OO Schoepfle, C. S 417 Schoflcr, Barney 372 Scholl, Mrs. Catherine. 454 Scholl, Dorothy 452 Scholl, Mrs. John 452 Scholten, Dudley 131 Schonberg. Lester 372 Schoof. Virgina 131- 457-5O 6 Schorling. Mrs. Raleigh 437 Schort, C. Wesley 363 Schott, C. Wesley 363 Schottstaedt. Edwin. . .255 Schrade, John 131 Schrader, Reva 131 ' r, Linda. . 430-457 Schreidcman, E 27.) r, J. i ' . . 177-4X7 Bchrier, Thomas 4O6 Schroder. Edwin A 369 Schroeder. Carlish F. 131- 101, ' IT. Edna 131 ' r. John 27X Schruter. L 15s Schubert. Viola... Schueren. HildfKard 131- .(27-455-4X7 Schuh. Walton H. 3O6-395 Sc-hule, Alta M.. Mrs.. 458 Sc-huler. Frank. . . .131-355 Schulhauscr, Edward . 2X- 131 Schultc. Rudolph C... .400 Schultli, .. 352 Schultz, Catherine L. 442 Schultz, Frances 457 Schultz, Gutchen . .. M Schumacher, uinr 131- 165-440 Schurrer. Charles 131 Schurz, Arthur W 4O7 Schurz. Virginia 435 Schutz, Marshall (72 Schwartz. Birdie H 449 Schwartz. Carl .... 266-267 Schwartz, Harold 131 Schwartz. Oscar 131 Schwarz, Dorothy 444 Schwarze, Bruce 369 Schweitzer, Frederick . . 1 60- 266-267-325-371 Schwichtenberg, Leland 32-33-131 Scott. Barbara C. . 175-430 Scott. Catherine 444 Scott. David O.. 42-131-324 Scott. Evan 131-417 Scott, Mrs. I. D nil Scott, Irving 395 Scott, Katherine 429 Scott, W 32 Scott, Walter 30-31-132-413 Scott, William 30- 132-268-289-413 Scovern. C 307 Scovill, L 307 Scoville. Nellie 457 Scoville, Robert W. 159-387 Scribner. Clayton W. 324- 398 Sczudlo. Walter 132 Seabury. John 376 Seadler, Samuel 372 Searles. Esther 432 Searlcs, M 166 Sears. Clayton 369 Seaton, James D 177- 266-267-415 Sebald. Beata 457 Seda, C 167 Sedgewick.Sibley . 167- I6X 171 Seeger. Herbert 132 Seeley. Mrs. H. H 442 Seeley. Margaret .. 43O-490 Seeley. William A 385 Segatski, L 159 Segeant. Mrs. Plody A. 429 Segerfoss, Mrs. Edward 431 Schring. George H 4O8 Seidel, Philip 132 Seidman.Amy 445 Seiferlein, Dorothy .... 443 Seifert. Christine 439 Seigcl. Lillien 327 Seitz. Marion 429 Sckhon. Rattan S 326 Sellars. Mrs. R. W 437 Sellew. Mrs. William.. 431 Semer, Catherine 132- 135 4i Sempowski, Henry Z. . .407 Senior Society 471 Senior Ball Committee 275 Sevald. John 353 Severance, Aaron 132 Severance, Glen .... I . ' Severy. Rolland 132- ' . 184 Seward. Allen M. ,....379 PAGE 581 INDEX Sewpliner, M 162 Seybold, Margaret 429 Seymour, Dale 132-228-381 Seymour, Dalton .... 132- 228-381 Seymour, Emily Rogene 132-450 Seys, Florence. 442-486-490 Sha, Feng Wu 321 Shafer, Flora 459 Shafer, Orville B 305 Shambough. Mrs. Noel 428 Shankland, R. W 417 Shanks, Hazel 132 Shanman, Victor 305 Shannon, Angus R., Jr. 358 Shannon, Catherine 457-492 Shannon, Jones 26- 27-132-275 Shannon, Paul W 413 Shantz, Leighton . . 161-384 Shapero. Donald 132 Sharff, Evelyn 449 Sharfman, I. Leo 286 Sharfman, Mrs. Leo. . .445 Sharp. Lucille 460 Shartell, Burke 385 Shaver, Mrs. William. .437 Shaw, Alex J 364 Shaw, Barbara 435 Shaw, Helen G 428 Shaw, Henry E. E 380 Shaw, Mrs. Herbert. . . .432 Shaw, Lydia G. . . .430-492 Shaw, Robert 363-413 Shaw, Thelma 446-488 Shaw. Mrs. Wilfred 429 Shea, Catherine. . . .441-493 Shea, Sylvester 366 Sheahon, James F. 167-369 Sheean, Earl J 311 Shelly. Alice 132 Shelton, Fred 387 Shelton, Jarnes F 387 Shepard, Duncan. .175-377 Sheros, Emanuel 372 Sheryer, Mrs. Alan. . . .441 Sherk, Joseph 379 Sherlock, Robert H 385 Shermack, M 175 Sherman, Alice. . . .455-474 Sherman, Martha 133 Sherman, S 158 Sherwood, M 158 Shelter, William 42-133-324 Shetzer, Edith 133 Shick, Richard M. . 158-361 Shields, Mary 431-483 Shier, Louise 299-332 Sniff man, Ralph 13J Shiflett, Mrs. B. 491 Shikes, N 158 Shilling, Merle D 406 Shilling, V 163 Shinnick, G 158 Shively, Grace 133 Shively, Lois 458 Shoemaker, Stanley D. 133- 307 Shoenfeld, John B 369 Shohara. Hide 329 Shook, Kenneth . . . 133-407 Shout, Howard F 260 Showers, Paul .259-260-308 Shrader, Albert N 406 Shrever, Cecelia 432 Shubert, V 158 Shall. Mrs. A. F 442 Shull. Elizabeth . . . .442-486 Shulman, Thomas 133 Shupert, Mildred. . 133-444 Shurlow, Pearl 133 Shuter. E. Mortimer. .287- 305 Shutz, Marshall 243 Sibley, Frederick C 311 Sibley, Margaret 133- 440-480 Sibly, Russell 311 Sicherman, Karl 367 Siersma, George H 407 Sigma Alpha Epsilon..355 Sigma Alpha Iota 439 Sigma Alpha Mu 389 Sigma Chi 352 Sigma Delta Kappa .416 Sigma Eta Chi 452 Sigma Kappa 450 Sigma Nu 359 Sigma Phi 346 Sigma Phi Epsilon .... 368 Sigma Pi 421 Sigma Zeta 398 Signaigo, E. K 417 Sijan, Ahmed 133 Sikkenga, Jay 167-277 Silbar, Robert 26-133 Silkworth, E. Russell . .394 Sill, Henry 133 Silman, H 168 Silver, Saul 133 Silverman, Sam 133 Silverstein, Samuel J. . .421 Simmon, J 160 Simmons, Agnes 134 Simmons, Charles 134 Simmons, Clare 457-488 Simon, Howard 134-286-312 Simon. S 273 Simon, S. Ben 134 Simons. George E 363 Simpson, P 174-307 Simrall, James . 158-194-354 Sims, A. E 134 Sims, Flora 493 Sims, Mrs 436 Sinai, Nathan 395 Singer, Alfred 134 Singer, Ben 134 Singer, Lenore 449 Sink, Charles A 287 Sink, Mrs. Charles 459 Sippola, Alvin 134-242 Sitton, Katherine 432 Skeman, Dorothy 446 Skidmore, Hobert . . . . 167- 259-308-369 Skidmore, Hubert 369 Skillcorn, Homer 134 Skinner, Theodore 134 Skinta, George 352 Skolnick, Max 421 Slagh, Earl 134 Slagle, G. .. 26-179-352-408 Slate, Mary 134 Slater, Mrs. Alfred ... .429 Slayton, W. Lee, Jr.262-377 Sleightholm, Harold 354 Slifer, Mrs. H. S 433 Slimmon, James. . .266-267 Sloss. David 134 Sloss, Robert L 261 Slossom, Mrs. P 436 Slote, June 175-454 Small, Joseph 134 Small, Sidney 268 Small, T ,.176 Smalla, Foryce. 134 Smalley, Marianna . . . .434 Smallman, Jone 436 Smart, D 158 Smeal, Charles E 380 Smeaton, W. G 369-417 Smeaton, Mrs. W. G.. .473 Smeaton, Winifred 429 Smeltzer, Alton 28-134 Smietanka, Allen 352 Smilte, Alice 135-444 Smilte. Anthony 135 Smith, Arthur H 305 Smith, B 167 Smith, Betty 435 Smith, C. Wendell 381 Smith, Carl 352 Smith, Mrs. C. H 451 Smith, Charles A 406 Smith. Clement 361 Smith, Dorothy K 437 Smith, Edward, W 324 Smith, Emmy Lou 435 Smith, F. Gerald 135 Smith, G 41 Smith, Gardner 352 Smith, George H 358 Smith, Gertrude 135- 430-470-498 Smith. Greer 135 Smith, H 38-39-158 Smith, Hamilton W. . . .358 Smith, Harry . . 135-266-267 Smith, Ira N 272 Smith, Ivan 353 Smith, James F 363 Smith, Joe B 135-382 Smith, Josephine 435 Smith, Karl F 135 Smith, Kenneth R 135 Smith, L 174 Smith, L. M 307 Smith. Leon E 363 Smith, Lester S 135 Smith, M 32-33 Smith, Margaret 429- 435-457 Smith, Marion 457 Smith, Marjorie J 135- 428-455-475-481 Smith, Marshall E. 135-414 Smith, Milton 369 Smith, R 26-27 Smith, Raymond F 135 Smith, Robert E. . .135-381 Smith, S 158 Smith, Mrs. Shirley 361-430 Smith. Stewart J 406 Smith, Stuart 354 Smith, Wendell D 135 Smith, William J 136 Smoger, Louis E 266-267 Smoot, Ralph O.. . .324-363 Snider, George 135-371 Snyder, Mrs. Helen... .439 Snyder, J. A 307 Snyder, Leonore . . . 444-460 Snyder, Margaret 444 Snyder, Robert 353 Snyder, Robert A 376 Snyder, Robert 1 369 Snyder, W 159 Socall, Charles J 136 Sodlman, W 161 Sodt, Horace B 385 Soehrens, Catherine 458 Sohlberg, Rudolph G. . 136- 4OO Sohlmark, Joseph F. . . .369 Sohn. Jesse 384 Solomon, Arthur 421 Solomon, Bernice L 26- 136-449 Solomon, Ernest 367 Solomon, Joseph . . . 135-273 Solomon, Sylvia. . .449-493 Soluri, Samel P 136 Somrner, Charles 167- 168-277 Sommers, Laura 490 Soo-Hoo, Nettie 321 Soper, O 171 Sophomore Prom Com- mittee 277 Sorensen, Anne .... 440-458 Sorensen, Thorvald . . . .366 Sorkin, Samuel S. . . 136-421 Sorock, Milton 167-273-277 Sorter, Norman B.. 173-363 Souders, M 417 Soukup, Hermine 158- 431-472-480-484 Soukup, Louisa O. .136-431 Soule, B. A 417 Soule. Mrs. M 436 Soule, M. H 417 Sousa, John Philip 287 Southcombe, Robert . . .413 Southworth, Maynafd N 30-136-406 Spafford, Howard E. . . .30- 136-289 Sparkie, Howard F. . . . 136- 379 Sparren, Thomas H. . . . 136 Spater, George 136- 165-261-262-367 Spaulding, Charles 136 Spector, Nathan 136 Spedding, Hazel . . . 453-454 Spence, Florence 437 Spence, John 377 Spencer, Edward. . .137-370 Spencer, Francis H 382 Spencer, Jack L 258-361 Spencer. James E. .241-382 Spicer, W. John. . .311-327 Spiegel, Jerome- 367 Spindle, R. S 374 Spoden. Florian G 324 Sporleder, Ernest 137 Sprague, George M . . . . 385 Sprowl, Charles R. . . . 167- 261-380 Squires, Everett 365 Stabnick, J 167 Stace, Mrs. Arthur .... 441 Stacey, T. Anson 376 Staebler, Neil 374 Staebler, Mrs. Walter P 437 Staelin, Carl 168-236 Staff, Charles. . .28-137-352 Stafford, Henry A 394 Stahl, Dena 453 Stahl, Margaret. . .450-500 Stahl, Mr. Otto 451 Stalker, Mrs. Edward . .447 Stalker, Margaret 448 Stambough, Mrs. Helen 475 Stanczyk, Agnes 137 Standeven, H. L 274 Standish. Doris M 137- 439-492 Stanford, Seto 321 Stanger, Roland J 371 Stanley, Albert A 287 Stanley, Mary P 473 Stanton, A. M 394 Stanton, Mrs. S. M.. . .439 Stapleton, C. B 417 Starensier, Melvin 367 Stark, Beverly 445 Stark, Emmy Lou 137- 299-332 Starman, Joseph 137 Starr, E. Gardner 137 Staub. E.Milton.. .137-384 Staudt, John 361 Stauffer, Mrs. James. . .491 Stauter, George 353 Stawski, Stanley Joseph 137 Stearns, Melissa 433 Stecher, Richard D 418 Steck. Ernest 369 Steele, L. Roy 369 Steele. Meryle 455 Steele, Myrna 455 Steensma, S 26 Steere, Mrs. William. . .442 Steffenson, Wallace H. 161- 289 Steffy, Wilbert 370 Steigerwald, Joseph . . . .415 Stein, Betty 481 Stein, Helen 453 Stein, Joseph Washing- ton 137 Steinbach, Samuel Ben- jamin 137 Stcinbaugh. Donald .... 38- 137-266-267-415 Steinberg, 1 36 Steinberg, Irvin Hayden 137 Steinberg, Norman W. 421 Steinke, Alfred 158-194-376 Steinko, J. Truman. . . .384 Steketee, Paul Frederick, Jr 26-27-137-354 Stellhorn, Mary 444 Stellwagon, Mrs. Louise 491 Stellwagon, Mr?. Wm. . . 430 Stenson, Thurston E...137 Stephens, Hamilton . . . .361 Stephens, Hilma 440 Stephens, John 354 Stepnitz, Marceline. . . . 138 Stepnitz, Marjorie 455 Stepnoski, Sylvester ... 169- 415 Sterling, Harold W 138 Stern, Elizabeth M. D. 445- 473 Stern, Josephine 445 Stern, Phillip S 138 Stern, W 167 Stesel, Ruth. . .428-488-493 Stevens, Albin J 138 Stevens, Mrs. Anne Ship- man 457 Stevens, Frank H 358 Stevens, Frederic 361 Stevens, R 42 Stevens, Roger 361 Stevens, Ross O. . . . 1 38-324 Stevenson, B 166 Stevenson, Ellen 444 Stevenson, M 158-436 Stewart, A 158 Stewart, Frances. . .175-433 Stewart, John W 138 Stewart, Nadine 138- 286-450-452-475-487-488 Stewart, W 30 Stewart, William Howard 138-387 Stewart, William Huron 138 Steiner, Ruth 138 Steinfate, Walter L 400 Stiles, Emerson J 305 Stiles, Frank, Jr 30- 31-138-355-408 Stillman. Louis J 1 38 Stirton, M 169 Stitt, Pauline 458 Stivelman, Joseph P. . .138 Stock. B 28 Stock. Clifford 379 Stock. Thomas 379 Stocking. Bruce W. 138-408 Stocking. Charles 395 Stockwell, Nell 439 Stockwell, William Hume 138 Stoddard, Alfred 361 Stolpman, A 161-243 Stolson, Alice Katherine 138 Stonchouse, Dorothy L. 452-455 Stork. Kathryn. . . .460-481 Storms, Archibald . 139-395 Storrs, Arnold 353 Stout, Melville B 374 Stover, Maynard Blain 36-139-268 Stowe, A. A 306 Stowe, Marion 436 Straight. Sidney F. 305-371 Strang, Myrtle Olive. . .139 Stratemeier, H. Richard 354 Stratton, Barbara.. 308-428 Straub, Dorothy Miriam 139-443-481 Straub, Harvey 139- 173-218-363 Straubel, Ernest S. 258-296 Strauss, Mrs. L. A 439 Strauss, Lucille 437-481-484 Strieker, Harold 395 Strohmeyer, Olive 442- 488-492 Strom, Tarval E 274 Strong, J. D 417 Strubel, Arthur R 358 Struthers, David 381 Stuart, Kenneth George 41- 139-320-418 Stuart, L. C 139 Stuart. M 158 Stuart, Mae 446 Stuart, Maria 327 Stuart, Mary 433 Stuart, S 158 Stuber, Mrs. S. M 491 Stuber, Stuart Morton 139 Student Christian Association 272 Student Council . . 264-265 Studio Club 325 Sturgis, Mrs. C. C 442 Sturgis, Dr. Cyrus C. .289- 361 Su, G. D 321 Suden. Frank 364 Suez, K. A. L 321 Suffin, George 395 Suffron, Ray C 305 Suggs, Kathleen. . .432-476 Sukupchak, Paul 139 Sullivan, Dorothy 454 Sulliv an, Earl Daniel. . .32- 139-414 Sullivan, Henry Coles. .139 Sullivan, Josephine. . . .488 Sullo, Domenic E 390 Summer Michigan Daily 260 Summers, Catherine J. 448 Summers, Francis 433 Sumner, John Howard . 139 Sunday, Charles Wolfe .37- 139 Sundell, David LaVerne 139-382 Sunderland, Alice . .444-472 Sunderland, Mrs. E. 444-458 Sunderland, Prof. Edson 254-361 Sunderland, Elizabeth 444- 472-483 Sundwall, Mrs. J 433 Susano, C. D 390 PAGE 582 INDEX t AV Susrnan, Maurice Richard 139 Sutherland, Betty Marie 139-4.11-439 Sutherland, Loy . . .173-365 Suthers, William D. 3X5 Sutton, Arthur E 305 Button, Dorothy. . .457-492 Sutton, Mabel Eleanor. 1 40 Sutton. Robert 377 Svcc, William Philip ... 140 Swain, Mrs. George R..428 Swanson, Sage C 158- 240-260-261 -54X Swanston. William Inglis 140-296 Swanwick, Mary Ant; 1 1 i Swarts, Grace 146 Swartz, Harry 140-421 Swedlund, Clifford W. . 140 Sweet. Helen Mary . . . .441 Swcitzer, Glenn M 140 Swenson, Harold Cowle 140 Swerdfeger, Gerald S. . . 369 Swihart. Maratha 437 Swinton, Neil W 408 Swisher. Robert D. 330-417 Sylvester, Herbert 414 Symons. Adelaide 429 Taggert. Herbert 418 Taggert, Mrs. H. S 430 Taggett, Margaret 140 Tague, Glenn Charles . 140- 242 Taliok, Martin B 140 Tallmadge. Marian 140-428 Tambe. Tomo 140-329 Tamm, Emil 367 Tamura, Hide 329 Tanner, Thomas 415 Tapperman, Harry .140-421 Tapert. Alfred 370 Tapping, T. Hawley. . .268- 274 Targer, Morris 140 Tarnay, A 169 Tarte, Elizabeth 428 Tarzwell, Clarence 140 Tator, John 140-407 Tau Epsilon Phi 388 Tan Kappa Epsilon , . . . 395 Tauber, Benjamin 141 Taylor, Clifford . . . .289-306 Taylor, Fred M 167- 352-418 Taylor. Florence 431 Taylor. James Harry . . 141- 394 Taylor. La Verne 26- 1X9-264-265-272 Taylor, Mary 454 Taylor, Naida Jean . . . . 141 Taylor. Robert 311 Taylor, Thaddeus 141 Taylor, Virginia 175- 431-455 Teaboldt, Elizabeth .... 141 Tealdi, Mrs. Edward 4.U Tebay. Betty 433 Teets, James 395 Teft. Dorothy 432 Tegeler. Eugenia 141 Temple. James. . . .175-361 Temple. Sara 501 Temple. William 353 Templemayr, Winston . .26- 141-382 Templeton, Marion 327-437 Tcncate, Vernon 32-33-141 Tenenbaum. David ... 141 TenHouton. Charles ... 141 Tennant. Florence. . . .141- 308-430-476 Tennant. John 414 Tennenbaum. Herman. 141 Tenny, Alma Mae 141-437 Teodter. Gertrude 442 Teree. Baboo R 326 Terhardt. Anna 444 TerMeer, Herman 141 Terry, Helen 455 Terry, Helene W. . 141-429 Terryberry. P 175 Tewksbury. Everett 142 Thayer, Ed 381 Thayer, James 142- 268-269-271-3X1 Thayer. Jane 261-442 Thayer. Laver J. . . 369 Theon, Alfred 369 Theta Chi . ..374 Theta Delta Chi 356 Theta Kappa Nu 394 Theta Kappa Psi 106 Theta Phi Alpha 441 Theta Xi 370 Thomas, Irene 442 Thomas, Maurice 142 The, mas, Sara 442-489 Thompson. Bradley. . . 365 Thompson. Cornelia. . .501 Thompson. Dr. Elizabeth 434 Thompson. Elizabeth . . 142- 492 Thompson, Howard .... 36- 37-142 Thompson, Jay J 142 Thompson, John 142 Thompson, Kenneth. . .305 Thompson, Margaret. 167- 261-431-4X5 Thompson, Mary C. 11. Thompson. Milton 142 Thompson, Robert. . . . 159- 258-271-371 Thornborough, Wm. . . . 142 Thorner, Arthur 367 Thornton, Frances. . . .327- 447-487-488 Thorp, Kenneth 142 Thorpe. Clarence D. .385 ' Ih.irpi ' . Mrs. C. D. . . .442 Thieme, Mrs. Hugo. . .430 Thuma, Mrs. Burton. . .442 Tibbett. Lawrence 287 Tice. Ruth 437 Tidowell, H. . . ... .41 Tidswell, George 142 Tietjens. N 32 Tiffs, Dorothy 481 Tigner, Marvin 142 Tilchin, Seymour 142 Tildis, John 413 ' infer. Mrs. Wm 433 Till, Lydia 4.SX Tilley, George 26- 27-261-264-265 Tilley, Lois 431 Tilley, Prof. Morris 254-361 Tilley, Mrs. M. P. 435-439 Timberlake, Josephine . 430- 492 Timmer, Catherine . . . .487 Tinker, Mrs. A. D 452 Tinkham, Lona 440 Tisch, Dorothy 432 Titcomb, Prof. W. C. 266- 267-415 Tobey, Donald 314 Tobin, Ann. . .175-432-493 Tobin, Richard 261 Todd, Elvin 387 Todd. Catherine E 440 Todd, John D. 32-142-384 Todd, Mildred 167- 30X-440-476-4XX Todd, Stanton Wesley Jr. 26-143-244-265 Toepel, Frederick A. 143- 169 Tokuzawa. Ken . 329-457 Tolan. Jack . . .179-355-408 Tolan, Thomas E 228 Tombe, Tomo 455 Tomlinson, Anna Louise 143 Tong. H. M 121 Topping, Mrs. Nettie. 451 Torbeson. Dorothea. 492 Torbet, Robert Nelson 143 Torbet, Mrs. R. N 491 Torrence. Harriet Virginia 143 Tossy. Adelle 457 Tost. William 369 Toth, Alexander Ernest 41- 143-320 Totske, Henry W. 173-414 Touff, Dorothy M 143- 445-489 Tousey, Mrs. F. W 455 Towlen, Ralph M 143 Towner. M. T 306 Townsend. E 167 Townsend, Harriet 444 Townsend, Horace , 376 T. iwnsend, James A. ill Tnwnscnd. Kenneth L. 374 Townsend, Lauretta Mae 26-143-448 Townsend, Ro! crt D. 374- 377 Townsley, Robbin . 143-448 Towsley, Harry A. ... 413 Traeger, Cedric F. 143-414 Trail. Elbert E 287-3O6 Traphagen, Clarence A. 143 Trapp. Herbert E. 143-3X7 Trautman. Frederick D. 143 Travis, Helen 455 Travis. Mrs. J. J. . . 451 Travis. J. Kearney . 143-414 Treat, Helen L 440 Trebilcock. Dorothy 144- 255:436-4X1 Treiber. Kenneth S. Ill Tremble, George T., Jr.144- 305 Trepp, Samuel G 400 Trevarrow, Henry J. MI Trevor. Walter M w Triangle iy6 Trigon u, i Tringham. William. . . .382 Trosper. Ha rold Ill Trosper, Mrs. Harold. 437 Trost. Theo 287.- 384 Trotter, Claude A. Ill Trow, Mrs. William C. 437 Trowbridge, Harriet V. 144- 428-488 Trudeau. Tressa .... 144- 457-4X7 Truesdell, Nelson B. 144 Truskowski, Jo ' eph E. 144- 194-210-218-394 Tsai, Z. S 321 Tschnmy, W 169 Turek, Ladd John . . 144 Turkowitz. H. 172 Turnbull, Jean Madeline 144-457 Turnbull. Maud Ethel 144- 453-4X1 Turner, Capt. H. B. 3O6-352 Turner, Helen II 144 Turner, Laura N. 144 Turner. N 175-177 Turner, R. 158 Tusch, Carl W 171 Tuttle. E. L 144 Tuttle, Edward 266-267-415 Tuttle. Mrs. Edward 4.11 Tuttle. Esther 433 Tuttle, Janet E 32- 144-440-492 Tuttle. Norman C 3X2 Tuttle, Ruth B. 32-144-433 Tuttle, Victor A 145 Tweedy, F 26 Twiggs, Dorothy 45O Twining. Herbert H. .174 Twinning, Mrs. Herbert 44 Twiss. A. ....172 Twitchell. Miss Doris. .436 Tyler. Keith W 1X5 Tyndall, Ralph F 14-145 Ullrich, Elizabeth 145- 455-492 Underdown. Wellin ( ' .. .16 ' ) Underdown. Mrs. W.W. 446 Underwood, Alice M. 145- 436 Underwood. Mrs. M. E. 446 Ungcr, Pauline E 145- 29X-445 Unger, William 171 University Girls ' Glee Club I " ' Unsworth. Herbert . .1X1 Unsworth. Ruth. . .489-493 Uphaus, M. B 106 Upjohn, E. Gifford . 353 Upjohn. Janet P. . 145-42X Upjohn. Love B 448 Upson, Marjorie. . .447-487 Uptnegrove. C 417 Upthegrove, Mrs. C. 44O- Upton, Herbert 361 Upton. Mrs. Herbert , .432 Upton. Sherwood A. .261- 162- 161 Urban. Elizabeth Urban. Stephen F. 145-417 Unst. Carl 11. 145-314 Urquhart, Clylj.,rn, ;.M Urquhart. Donald 198 Utting, Ross 176- .153 Valentine. Elizabeth 261- 443-474-4X6 Valentine. 1 159-236 VanAken. Katherine . . .440 VanAlsburg, Donald . ..145 VanAntwerp. Lee D. 2X7- 413 VanAntwerp. Lucille . . . 439 VanArman. Ralph A. . 311 VanAvery. Hilda 412 VanBoven, Peter 365 VanBoven. Mrs. Peter 431 VanBurcn. Mrs. J. 44 ' ) VanClraf, E. E.. Jr. . 394 Vandawarker, Georgia 145- 442-492 Vandenberg, Mrs. A. H. 271 Vandenberg D 26-145- . " H6-429-476-481-4X8 VanderWal. John H. ..145 Vanderbungh. Helen. . .493 Vanderkam. Richard .145 Vanderveer, V. Ethelwyn 145 Van de Water, Belle . 444 VanDuene. Henry J. 145 VanDorn, Fre ! K. i ' J I VanDuren. Arthur 376 VanDursen, Mrs. E. S. 491 VanDusen L 26- 145-433-457-4X6 Van Dyke, Louis L 414 VanHorn. Betty . 435-455 anik, Milford F 146 VanKleek, Mabel 442 VanKrimpen, A. John. .146 VanLente, K. A 417 VanNest. Lucille D. . . . 146 VanOlieb. Miriam . . 445 VanPelt, Clifford 176 VanPelt, James (55 VanRiper. Joseph E. . .262- 398 VanSant. J 175 VanSickle, Mrs. A 451 VanSickle. Lalah 451 VanTuyl, Ruth E. 266-267- 446-472-478-480-482-4X4 VanVliet, Marion C. 146 VanVyven, Josephine . . 146 VanV agoncr. C 167 Van Winkle. Mrs. Don 432 VanZant. A 40 VanZocrcn. Katherine. 457 VanZwaluwcnburg. Dorothy 146-346 Vardon. Calin C 369 Varsity Band 306-3O7 Vary, Edwin P 146 Vaughn. Emma M. . 146- 299-332-457 Vaughn. H 175 Veasy, Virginia. . . .436-489 Vedder. Byron C ill Vedder. D 26-146-lxl Vedder. Mrs. F. B 428 Veech. Max L. 146 Vcenker. George F. 19O- 210-371 Vt-cnstra. Louis 1X4 Venkataratman. Subbama 326-457 Vcreen. Hartford 355 Verner, Ann 488 Vernue. Eugene . .155 Verschoor. Mrs. Charles 451 :r. A 162 Vibbert. Chas. B 374 Uilliam H. 387 Vincent. Frances 146- 448-492 Vinopal. Edward . 146-354 Vhet. Clarence R. . 38- 39-146-266-267-364 Vogel. Jay 155 en. Mrs. Helen V. 437 VonBoeselager. Mary G. 158-432 Vose, Owsley 38- 146-266-267 Vugteveen. Joel 146 Vujonovic. S 178 Wachlin, Velma L. . 451 Wadilell. Charles R 146-268 Martin J 147 A. G 307 Albert P 374 . Wagner Wagner Mrs. Charles 429 16-4X3 Marie C. . Mary E. Mrs. P. C.. Ruth K. . 446 429 446 147 .26 158 477 147- Wanner R. ' . K. Waite, Mrs. John B. Walaitis. Frank W. 236-374 Walder. Harold J. . 147 Waldman. Helen F. 44 ' ) Waldo, C. . . 36 Waldo. Charles 147-287-4O7 Waldron. Mrs. Fred . . .435 Waif, Frederick 414 Walker Mrs. B. H. 4.13 Walker Chester N. 147 Walker Clare C. 451 Walker Dorothy 450 Walker Merle 287-3O7 Walker R. 26 Walker Robert I). 147 Walker, Robert P. Walkinshaw, Elcannr 262- 432-488 Walklcy, Lawrence E. .26- 147-260-381 Walkotten. H 171 Wall. T. 175 Wallace. H. 26-27 Wallace. Harry W. 147-243 Wallace. Herbert C. 147-408 Wallace. Jane 3O8-43O Wallace. Jean 147- 42X-47O-480 Wallace. I.yle F. . M Wallace. Margaret 42X-493 Walle. Leonard J 400 Waller, Dorothy S. Waller, Dr. Harold G. 289- 371 Walls. Mrs. G 446 Walp. Russell P 147 Walser. Mrs. J. J. Walser, Ruth 435 Walter. Berry T 147 Walters. Perry T. 179-46O Walters. Roval W 147 Walton. Clifford 147 Waltz, Dorothy M. 147- 459-481 Walz, Stuart 148 Wan!e s. Ivan J 148- 296-305-.1X4 Wann. Mrs. Harry 437 Wannamaker. Mrs. J. W. 429 Wannamaker, John .... 287 Ward. Byron D 148 Ward. Dan . . Ward, James 255 Ward. Virginia 45 ' ) n. Philip. . 148-164 Waring, Eugene II 148 Warner. Edward L. . 148- ' 16-261-387 Warner. Gail 432 Waronoff. Abraham 148- !M ' ., Warren. H IS8 Warren. Harold 26O-269 Warren. Harold O.. Jr. 261 Warren. Neil E 266- 267-276-282 Warrimer, John E. 34-148 Warthin. Alfred . .161 Warthin. Thomas 148-374 Washburne. Mrs. Chas. L. 440-458 Washington, Katherine E. 148-448 Watanabe. Akira l-) Waterman, Dorothea. .262- 41. ' PAGE 583 INDEX Waterman, Mrs. Leroy 432 Waterman, Mrs. M. H. 430 Waterman, Merwin H. 398 Waters. Patrick M. . . . 148 Watia. Vieno 457 Watkins, Dale 1 148 Watkins, Herbert G. . . .364 Watkins, Margaret 148- 452-458 Watkins, Richard C. . . 148- 370 Watkins. Wayne J 330 Watling, John W. . . . 26-148 Watson, Harry W 394 Watson, T. Y 174 Walters, Frank C. . 148-365 Watts, Frederick B ... .406 Watts, Mary Elizabeth 432 Waugh, Edna 450 Way, Ester 429 Way, Justin 26-27-149 Weadcock, Arthur 274 Weatherill. P. F 417 Weaver, Judson C 371 Webb. Frances 455 Weber. E. Clare 369 Weber, Erie 437-451 Weber, Frank K 366 Weber, Karl W 406 Weber, Orma. . 149-437-492 Webster, Donald C 382 Webster, Jane 149-446 Webster, John E. . . .40-149- 265-2 72-286-3 1 1 -330-364 Webster, Mrs. R. W. . . .491 Weclew, H 172 Wedding, Robert L. . . .398 Weddock, Arthur 274 Wedemeyer, Josephine 149- 299-332-441 Weeks, Evelyn .... 161-434 Weichscl, William 149 Weifenbach, Edna S. L. 452-492 Weigel. La Verne 455 Weightman. Clifford. . .287 Weil, Beatrice 445 Weiler, Ruth L 166- 446-451-492 Weiman, Etton E 358 Wein, Jerome 372 Weinberg, Eugene 149 Weinberg. Max 367 Weinman, Edward . 287-307 Weinman, William J. . . 149- 287-414 Weirs, P 165 Weiss, Doris 448-458 Weiss, Henry 210-372 Weiss, W. L 307 Welch, Edward. . . .149-173 Welch, John 149 Welch, Mrs. P. S 440 Welcome, Beulah 149 Wellington, Vera 435 Wellman, Elizabeth. . . .430 Wellman, John. . .30-31-149 Wellman, Samuel G 371 Wellman, Waldron 149 Wells, Byron 150 Wells, R. Duane 305- 308-327 Wells, W 179 Wellstead, Marie 454 Welsh, Eleanor 446-460 Welte, Marcelline 429 Wenley, Mrs. Robert . . .435 Wentworth, Catherine. 437 Wenzell. William W. Jr. 364 Werly, Emil F 150-418 Wermer, Paul L.. . .179-421 Werner, J. J 307 Wernham, John 324 Wessels, Wallace. . .158-255 West, F. Leo 382 West, Winifred 150 Westin, Marie 431-492 Westrate, Millard 150 Wetmore, Lester. .. .40-150 Wetmore. Nora B 451 Wetzel, Robert 308 Wetzel, Samuel 353 Weyl, George 276 Whalen, William 150 Wharton, Beth .... 150-459 Wheat, Mrs. C. S 428 Whedon, Mrs. Sara 451 Wheeler, Carol 429 Wheeler, Carolyn 457 Wheeler, Clare J., Jr. . 189- 271 Wheeler, Dorothy 434 Wheeler, Elizabeth .... 266- 267-429-446 Wheeler, Francis. . . 150-384 Wheeler, John R 160- 189-194-266-267-374 Wheeler, M 175 Wheeler, Malcolm 150 Wheeler. Martha 431 Wheeler, Mrs. M. W. . .431 Wheeler, Phillip R 324 Wheeler, R. S. . 150-287-307 Wheeler, Ward 150 Wheelright, Henry M . .371 Whipple, Frances. .433-481 Whipple. Grey 354 White, Albert 354 White, Mrs. Albert E. 432 White, Alfred H... .371-417 White, Mrs. A. H.. 432-473 White, Bradford 365 White, Carl F 270-394 White, Charles S 1 76- 261-305 White, Dorothe M. . . . 150- 266-267-478 White, E 26 White, Elizabeth . . .150-437 White, E. R 306 White, Evelyn 299-332 White, Florence 457 White. Frank E 266-267 White, George 371 White, Harold L 394 White, Howard 150 White. J 169 White. Jean 492 White, J 177 White, John 415 White, John. Jr 258 White, John M 305 White. Joseph 266-267 White, Kenneth . . . 150-308 White, Margaret 457 White, Muriel 150 White, S 169 White, Wilson 151 Whiteman, Elizabeth. .477 Whitesall. Donald 436 Whitfield, Hillyer 259 Whiting, Dorothy.. 151-436 Whiting. Margaret J. . .428 Whiting, Marion 492 Whitley, Alec 151 Whitman, Mrs. E. L. . .451 Whitman, Eleanore 151-440 Whitman, Elizabeth. . .457 Whitney, A. G 324 Whitney, Mrs. A. S. . . .433 Whitney, Bennet 365 Whitney, Mary E. .457-498 Whitsit, L 168 Whittemore, Mrs. Katherine 452-454 Whitten, Mary 458 Whitworth, Robert 151-354 Wichell, J 158 Wickersham, Rowland 26- 151-370 Wickham, Frederick. . .151 Wickman, Waldemar, J.A. 151-406 Widman. John 28- 29-151-271-371 Widman, Marian 151- 428-481 Widmann, Frederick ... 26- 151-275 Wieder, Margaret C. . . 151- 452 Wieman, Mrs. Elton E. 428 Wiener, Jaques 367 Wiener. Richard 151 Wier, Fred 371 Wiers, S. Paul 418 Wiese. Glenn 151 Wiese, Johanna 453 Wight, Howard M 324 Wightman, Clifford 151 Wigle, Catherine A. ... 151- 471-481 Wilber, Inex 434 Wilber, Robert 152 Wilby, Ernest 415 Wilcox, Catherine S. . . .330 Wilcox, David 152-369 Wilcox, J 26-27 Wilcox, Jackson . . . 152-371 Wilcox, Julia 441 Wilcox, Katherine. 440-483 Wilcox, Rex A 408 Wild, E 174 Wilds. Walter. . 158-260-261 Wile, B 158 Wile, Dr. Udo J 289 Wile, Mrs. U. J 437 Wilgus, Gay 428 Wilgus. Mrs. H. L 428 Wilk, Theodore 152 Wilkins, Mrs. Robert. . .431 Wilkinson, Geraldine E. 152-446 Wilkinson. Judith M. . .446 Willard, Charles. . .305-354 Willard, Hobart 353 Willard, James 152- 266-267-371 Willard, Mary 432 Willard. Roberta 459 Willens, G. Lionel 261 Willett, Helen L. . . 152-481 Willhoft, Waldo 152 Williams, D 162 Williams, Donald. .376-384 Williams, Donald R 414 Williams, Dorothy 454 Williams. G 158 Williams, Goet 455 Williams, Gurney 261 Williams, H. E 376 Williams, H. H 417 Williams, Mrs. H. H. . .442 Williams, Hugh 374 Williams, J 38-39 Williams, Jack 152-415 Williams, Marion 435 Williams, Marg 454 Williams, Neil 384 Williams, Mrs. Robert. 436 Williams, S 177 Williams, Stuart 374 Williams, William 376 Williamson, Robert 262-354 Willis, Nona 458-487 Willmott, John W 363 Willoughby, John E. . . . 261 Wills, K 158 Wilson, Cassam A 251 Wilson, Mrs. Clyde. . . .439 Wilson, D 158 Wilson, Donald L. . 152-379 Wilson, Dorothy P. ... 152- 259-439-457-486 Wilson, Florence 430 Wilson, Mrs. Frank N. 439- 443 Wilson, Mrs. G. D 491 Wilson, Gladys 481 Wilson, Herbert . . . 152-415 Wilson, Helen 327 Wilson, Isabel 34- 152-158-457-475-489 Wilson, J 30 Wilson, James D 152 Wilson, James E 152 Wilson, John 395 Wilson, John 152 Wilson, John L 289-406 Wilson. K 158 Wilson, Leonard. . .269-374 Wilson, R 176 Wilson, Roland 415 Wilson, Sarah 153 Wilson W... . . 177 Wilson, W. 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