University of Michigan - Michiganensian Yearbook (Ann Arbor, MI)
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mm II tSSB - m m UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ANN ARBOR, MICHI ANNOUNCE NAME SCHOOL CLASS IF RE FALL CONTENTS Colleges Houses Campus Sports Senior Activities 251 Index 132 184 234 f FOREWORD We were born in a nation that is young and virile, -and in a quarter- century out of which the se eds for world peace and world security must be sown. We have a lot of little jobs to do, and a lot of big ones. We will not be able to finish them all, but we can start them we can begin to build, using as foundation the bricks and stones of our own errors and achievements, building individual lives and the life of our nation at a time when that new foundation is all-important. Jean Hotchkin, Editor Harriet Pierce, Design Jean C Pines, Business News from the home front MAPPING THE WORLD OF TOMORROW I HBlpi i ADMINISTRATIO Our Michigan Administration officers have been never-tiring in their superior efforts to coordinate a war time campus. It is to them that we look for guidance and help, these the officers of the University who have judiciously served the best welfare of the University. PRESIDENT RUTHVEN Whether at his office or in a relaxed attitude at home the thoughts of Alexander G. Ruthven are centered on the university and education. He has brought great growth and physical advancement to Michigan, and to learning all over. Especially in this year of accelerating activities, he has proven his ability to regulate a University of Michigan at war REGENTS The Constitution of the State of Michigan establishes the Board of Regents as the Corporation of the University of Michigan. The independence of the governing board of the University, secured by t hese constitutional provisions, has proved to be the most important factor in assuring the University freedom of opportunity to develop consistent educational policies. Eugene B. Elliott Ralph A. Hayward J. Joseph Herbert Harry J. Kipke John B. Lynch Edmund C. Shields Clarence S. Yoakum, Vice-president. Standing: I. Smith, Registrar W. Shaw, Director of Alumni Relations; H. Watkins, Assistant Secretary. Seated: L. A. Hopkins, Director of Summer Session S. Smith, Vice-president and Secretary. C. T. Olmsted, Assistant Dean of Students,- J. A. Bursley, Dean of Students,- W. B. Rea, Assistant Dean of Students Alice C. Lloyd, Dean of Women E. Blythe Stason, Provost Bureau of APPOINTMENTS VOCATIONAL guidance The Personnel and Vocational Guidance Service of the Bureau renders assistance through analysis of ability, aptitudes, interests and personality and by supplying occupational information. These services are given upon request to students, alumni, and citizens of the State. The service assists those who request it in these following ways: (1) Deciding or confirming choice of occupations through analysis of aptitudes and personality,- (2) advice as to essential personality traits, aptitudes, training, and experience required for vocations considered; (3) determining whether aptitudes are suited to occupations chosen because of family pressure, professional status, anticipated income, and the like,- (4) recognizing that job dissatisfaction may be a result of lack of personality adjustment and not lack of aptitude,- and to (5) select vocations adapted to physical handicaps. The service also helps to (6) organize post-war vocational plans for veterans and war workers. TEACHER placement 1. HIGH SCHOOL, SPEECH CORRECTION Honolulu, Hawaii 2. HIGH SCHOOL, HIST ORY Cristobal, Canal Zone 3. CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, PHYSICAL EDUCATION Luckenow, India ENGLISH m b i a 1. R A D I O 2. PERSONNEL- INTER VIEWING AND TESTING 3. CHEMIST SECRETARY 4. PHYSICIST 5. CUSTOMER CONTACT SUPERVISION 6. ACCOUNTANT 7. PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE 8. ENGINEERING AIDE-MATHEMATICS SUMMER placement 4. CULTURAL INSTITUTE, Bogota, Col 5. JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, MATHEMATICS Baltimore, Maryland 6. NURSERY SCHOOL Minneapolis, Minnesota 7. HIGH SCHOOL, SCIENCE Santa Monica, California 8. ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL Wayne, Michigan GENERAL placement 1. WATERFRONT DIRECTOR 2. GENERAL COUNSELOR 3. RIDING COUNSELOR 4. WATERFRONT COUNSELOR 17 Walter G. Kirkbride T. Hawley Tapping Robert O. Morgan Mrs. Lucile B. Conger EXECUTIVE OFFICERS WALTER G. KIRKBRIDE GLENN M. COULTER . MRS. MILDRED ZOLLER WIERSEMA . OSCAR A. EBERBACH T. HAWLEY TAPPING ROBERT O. MORGAN MRS. LUCILE B. CONGER President Vice-President Vice-President Treasurer . . . . General Secretary Editor of " The Michigan Alumnus " Council Secretary Asst. General Secretary Executive Secretary of Alumnae Council BOARD OF DIRECTORS Walter G. Kirkbride, ' 01, Executive, Hickok Oil Company, Toledo, Ohio, President. Glenn M. Coulter, ' 16, ' 20, Attorney, Detroit, Michigan, Vice-President. Mrs. Mildred Zoller Wiersema, A.M. ' 28, Pontiac, Michigan, Vice-President. Oscar A. Eberbach, ' 06, ' 02- ' 05, Manufacturing Pharmacist, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Treasurer. Don T. Hastings, ' 07e, Consulting Engineer, Detroit, Michigan. Emory J. Hyde, ' 41, Retired, Ann Arbor, Michigan. R. Spencer Bishop, ' 08, e ' 05- ' 06, Banker, Flint, Michigan. Christian F. Matthews, ' 19, ' 21, Attorney, Mt. Clemens, Michigan. Thomas S. Hammond, 1 ' 03- ' 06, Chief, Chicago Ordnance District, Chicago, Illinois. Judge Paul Jones, ' 05, LL.M. (Hon.) ' 32, Federal Judge, Cleveland Ohio. Clair B. Hughes, ' 12, ' 14, Attorney, New York, New York. Paul S. Bigby, ' 31 e, g ' 31- ' 32, Engineer, U. S. Rubber Company, Detroit, Michigan. Charles F. Delbridge, ' 99, ' 01, Attorney, Detroit,. Michigan. Mrs. Nellie Rice Roberts, ' 99, East Grand Rapids, Michigan. Mrs. Marion McPherson Fead, ' 15, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Mrs. Sally Walser Riggs, ' 25, A.M. ' 39, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Joel M. Barnes, ' 05e, g ' 05- ' 06, Retired Textile Engineer, Newton Centre, Massachusetts. Edward N. Kendall, ' 1 7 e, Engineer, Bell Telephone Company, Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania. Wayne E. Shawaker, ' 25, ' 27, Attorney, Toledo, Ohio. Harold V. Maurer, ' 26 arch, Architect, South Bend, Indiana. Wyeth, Allen, ' 1 5e, Management Engineer, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. John S. Howland, ' 34, ' 37, Attorney, Des Moines Iowa. Clem F. Storckman, ' 22, Attorney, St. Louis, Missouri. Robert A. May, ' 34, ' 36, Attorney, Tucson, Arizona. Joseph V. Brady, ' 26, Vice-President, The Citizens ' Mutual Automobile Insurance Com- pany, Howell, Michigan. Peter Van Domelen, ' 22e, Manufacturers ' Representative, Johnstone Van Domelen, Grand Rapids, Michigan. James J. Beckman, ' 1 5- ' 1 7, President, Upper Peninsula Office Supply Company, Marquette, Michigan. Alfred H. Syverson, ' 01, g ' 01- ' 02, Advertiser, Syverson Kelley, Spokane, Washington. 18 Late registration. The scientific approach. Later registration. Budding Picassos. r Dean Edward H. Kraus 21 Top Row: Patricia Coulter, President; James Plate, Vice-President. Front Row: George Darrow, Secretary; Hank Mantho, Treasurer. 22 ROBERT C. ACTON, A.B. in Speech JEAN L. ADRIANSE, A.B. in Economics JEAN ALDRICH, B.S. in Chemistry . RICHARD J. ALLEN, B.S. in Zoology BLANCA ALVAREZ, A.B. in Spanish LEATRICE AMER, A.B. in Mathematics ALLEN H. ANDERSON, A.B. in Letters Law MARGARET J. ANDERSON, A.B. in English . ONNOLEE B. ANDERSON, A.B. in Speech . MARY L. ANDREWS, A.B. in English . MARGERY S. ANTHONY, A.B. in Botany ALLEN ARMSTRONG, A.B. in Spanish M. DOREEN ARMSTRONG, B.S. in Zoology HUDSON M. ANDERSON PHYLLIS C. ARONBERG, A.B. in Psychology Springfield, Ohio Grand Rapids, Mich. New York, N.Y. . Detroit, Mich. Caracas, Venezuela New York, N.Y. Detroit, Mich. Cleveland Hts, Ohio Grand Rapids, Mich. JACQUELINE L. AUGSBURGER, A.B. in Sociology BARBARA J. BABBITT, A.B. in Sociology . CHARLES R. BACON, B.S. in Zoology . MARY C. BAKER, A.B. in History MARY L. BAKER, A.B. in Political Science JAMES BALL, A.B. in Political Science . GORDON W. BALLMER, B.S. in Zoology . PHYLLIS H. BANBROOK, A.B. in Psychology THEODORA M. BANTA, B.S. in Math Science Ann Arbor, Mich. Englewood, N. J. Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Muskegon, Mich. Chicago, III. Chicago, III. Grand Rapids, Mich. . Detroit, Mich. Cohoes, N. Y. Toledo, Ohio Chicago, III. Toledo, Ohio Detroit, Mich. Adrian, Mich. 23 " LUCILLE BARNES, A.B. in Political Science MARION E. BASSETT, A.B. in Spanish . BEVERLY BATCHELDER, B.S. in Math. BARBARA A. BATHKE, B.S. in Zoology MARGERY A. BATT, A.B. in Economics . MARGARET E. BECKTON, A.B. in Speech BETTY J. BEERNINK, A.B. in History JANE T. BELDEN, A.B. in French . LUANE BERMAN, A.B. in Political Science LAWRENCE BERN, A.B. in History DAVID M. BIKOFF, B.S. in Science Math. ELIZABETH A. BLACKLOCK, A.B. in History SALLY A. BOIM, A.B. in Economics . MORTON A. BLUM, B.S. in Math Science BABETTE F. BLUM, A.B. in Speech BETTY J. BOTT A.B. in French ESTHER L. BRAUNER, B.S. in Zoology RITA L. BREGMAN, A.B. in Social Work PHYLLIS R. BRESLER, A.B. in History C. JAYNE BRONSON, A.B. in Speech FAYE R. BRONSTEIN, A.B. in English SHIRLEY BROWER, A.B. in English . AGNES A. BROWN, A.B. in Philosophy MARGARET A. BROWN, A.B. in Sociology Grosse Pointe, Mich. Gouverneur, N.Y. Washington, D.C. Hudson, Wisconsin . St. Louis, Mo. Port Huron, Mich. Grand Haven, Mich. . Auburn, N. Y. Chicago, III. New York, N. Y. . Brooklyn, N. Y. Grand Rapids, Mich. Cleveland, Ohio Champaign, III. Forest Hills, N. Y. Detroit, Mich. Bridgeport, Conn. Johnstown, Pa. Detroit, Mich. . Detroit, Mich. Cheyenne, Wyoming Jacksonville, Florida Detroit, Mich. . Detroit, Mich. DOROTHY M. BRUCE, B.S. in Math. NANCY FRANK, A.B. in Political Science MARY K. BURKE, A.B. in Spanish . Port Huron, Mich. Rochester, M ich. Hornell, N. Y. BARBARA J. BUTLER, B.S. in Science Math. DOROTHY J. BYCE, A.B. in Journalism . DONALD J. CADY, B.S. in Zoology . . Hampton, N.H. Kalamazoo, Mich. Saginaw, Mich. DOROTHY C. CALLAHAN, A.B. in Economics JANE CAMPBELL, A.B. in Spanish . JEAN E. CAMPBELL, A.B. in Economics . Cleveland, Ohio Detroit, Mich. Grosse Pointe, Mich. ROBERT H. CAMPBELL, A.B. in Speech MARGARET S. CARLISLE, A.B. in Spanish ELIZABETH A. CARPENTER, A.B. in English Jackson, Mich. Niagara Falls, N.Y. Scarsdale, N.Y. LOIS M. LEONARD BARBARA J. CHAMBERS DOROTHY E. CASTRICUM, B.S. in Mathematics Detroit, Mich. Toledo, Ohio. Grosse Pointe, Mich. BARBARA C. CHADWICK, A.B. in Spanish NED I. CHALAT, B.S. in Zoology . RUTH J. CHANDLER, A.B. in Economics . . Oak Park, III. . Detroit, Mich. Sault Sainte Marie, Mich. ROBERT W. CLARK, B.S. in Economics JEAN W. CHRISTIAN, A.B. in Speech . FRANKLYN D. CHURCH, B.S. in Zoology . Detroit, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. New York, N. Y. PEGGY V. CHURCH, B.S. in Math . BETHINE J. CLARK, A.B. in Sociology . VALDORA F. CLUNAS, B.S. in Zoology Evanston, III. Boise, Idaho Detroit, Mich. 25 MARTIN J. COHN, A.B. in Philosophy HELEN L. COLE, A.B. in English . RUTH S. COLLINS, A.B. in Political Science VIRGINIA F. COLVILLE, B.S. in Zoology LOUISE E. COMINS, A.B. in English . CAROLYN A. CONANT, A.B. in Economics ANN B. COOK, A.B. in History . HELEN L. COOK, A.B. in English . JOHN D. COOMS, B.S. in Chemistry PATRICIA F. COULTER, A.B. in Psychology FRANCES M. COVITT, A.B. in Psychology VIRGINIA R. CREBER, A.B. in Psychology FRANCES S. DANIN, A.B. in Political Science GEORGE F. DARROW, A.B. in Economics . DOROTHY DELSIENA, A.B. in Spanish MARY DERDERIAN, A.B. in Sociology ELAINE J. DERUITER, A.B. in Math. . HELEN L. DICKINSON, A.B. in French SHELBY I. DIETRICH, A.B. in German . VIRGINIA W. DODD, A.B. in Journalism . MARY P. DONOVAN, A.B. in Economics VIRGINIA R. DOWLING, A.B. in Social Studies CHARLES DRAGHI, A.B. in History . BETTY L. DUWVE, A.B. in Economics Butler, Pa. Johnstown, N.Y. Cleveland, Ohio East Cleveland O. Pittsburgh, Pa. Lakewood, Ohio . Hillsdale, Mich. Thetford Center, Vt. Ironwood, Mich. Grosse Pointe, Mich. Bridgeport, Conn. Columbia, Mo. Whittemore, Mich. . Rochester, N.Y. . Scarsdale, N.Y. . Detroit, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. . Detroit, Mich. Lexington, Ky. Akron, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Detroit, Mich. Hartford, Conn. Hinsdale, III. 26 FLORENCE E. ECKBERG, A.B. in English RUTH M. EDBERG, A.B. in French . BARBARA C. EDDY, A.B. in Psychology MARY A. EIBLER, B.S. in Zoology PEARL C. EISLER, A.B. in Social Work CELIA ELSON, A.B. in Political Science MARYEOYANG, A.B. in Sociology . DORIS V. ERICKSON, A.B. in Spanish NITA L. EVERSON, A.B. in History ROSLYN R. FALK, A.B. in Political Science JEANNE P. FENWICK, A.B. in History . MONROE FINK, A.B. in Letters Law CLARISSE A. FINKBEINER, A.B. in Sociology HARRIET FISHEL, A.B. in Spanish . WILMA FOLKERTH, A.B. in Oriental Civilization Grand Rapids, Mich. Pleasant Ridge, Mich. . W. Hartford, Conn. Dearborn, Mich. Bayonne, N. J. . Detroit, Mich. . Ann Arbor, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Grosse Pointe, Mich. Buffalo, N. Y. Jackson, Mich. Brooklyn, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y. Lansing, Mich. San Diego, Calif. ELIZABETH A. FOLLIN, A.B. in Math. JUNE A. FRIEDENBERG, B.S. in Chemistry ELMA L. FRITTS, A.B. in Geography . Y. MARCHETA FRYE, A.B. in Psychology ROBERT J. GAUKLER, B.S. in Zoology LUCILLE GENUIT, A.B. in Speech EVELYN P. GERSTMAN, A.B. in Psychology RALPH M. GIBSON, B.S. in Psychology . MARION D. GILBREATH, A.B. in English Washington, D. C. . Brooklyn, N. Y. Ann Arbor, Mich. Pontiac, Mich. Pontiac, Mich. Napoleon, Ohio White Plains, N. Y. Cleveland, Ohio Birmingham, Mich. 27 FRANCES R. GLENNON, A.B. in Economics THERESE C. GLUTSCH, A.B. in Psychology . HARRIET L. GODSHALK, B.S. in Zoology Forest Hills, N. Y. W. Englewood,N.J. . Pen Argyl, Pa. BETTY J. GODWIN, A.B. in Speech. MARILYN GOLDBERG, A.B. in Psychology PEGGY GOODWIN, A.B. in English Belleville, III. Detroit, Mich. Bluffton, Ind. BEVERLY J. GOTSCHALL, B.S. in Zoology . . Cleveland Hts, Ohio STUART M. GOULD, JR., A.B. in Letters Medicine . Ann Arbor, Mich. FRANCES J. GRAHAM, A.B. in English . . . Detroit, Mich. HELEN W. GRAHAM, A.B. in English . BARBARA S. GRAY, A.B. in Political Science JUANITA M. GREGORY, B.S. in Chemistry . Detroit, Mich. New Rochelle, N.Y. Chicago, III. NANCY J. GROBERG, A.B. in English . CORNELIA G. GROEFSEMA, A.B. in History BARBARA J. GROSS, B.S. in Mathematics . PATRICIA R. GROVER, A.B. in English . JOYCE A. GRUBAUGH, A.B. in Political Science MARJORIE B. GUIGOU, A.B. in Social Work CONSTANCE J. HACKETT, A.B. in Speech HILDRED A. HAIGHT, A.B. in History . BETTY M. HALL, B.S. in Chemistry . . Brooklyn, N.Y Detroit, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Saint Joseph, Mich. Denver, Colorado Wauwatosa, Wis. Jackson, Mich. Omaha, Neb. Traverse City, Mich. MARJORIE L. HALL, A.B. in Sociology ALICE I. HAMPSON, A.B. in Sociology JOSEPH W. HANCE, B.S. in Chemistry Tonawanda, N.Y. Cincinnati, Ohio Troy, Ohio 28 LOISE. HANSEN,A.B. in Social Work . JEAN E. HARKNESS, A.B. in Social Work ANN M. HARMON, A.B. in Math. . . East Chicago, Ind. Grand Rapids, Mich. Battle Creek, Mich. BETTY J. HARRIS, A.B. in History . JUNE I. HARRIS, A.B. in History , MAURINE A. HARWOOD, A.B. in Spanish Grosse Pointe, Mich. Grosse Pointe, Mich. . Ann Arbor, Mich. ELIZABETH S. HARRISON, A.B. in Psychology MARGARET HEATH, A.B. in Spanish RICHARD L. HEATON, A.B. in Religion Ethics Lansing, Mich. Highland Park, III. Wheaton, III. PATRICIA K. HEIL, A.B. in Psychology . EDITH M. HELBERG, A.B. in Library Science PHYLLIS M. HELLER, A.B. in Speech Grosse Pointe, Mich. . Napoleon, Ohio . Boyne City, Mich. SONYA B. HELLER, A.B. in Political Science ALLEN R. HENNES, B.S. in Math and Science . NATALIE L. HERSCH, A.B. in Psychology . Chicago, III. . Benton Harbor, Mich. Grosse Pointe Park, Mich. ARTHUR HERSKOVITZ, A.B. in Political Science DOROTHY M. HERTEL, A.B. in English . VIRGINIA E. HERZFELD, B.S. in Zoology Auquippa, Pa. Grand Rapids, Mich. . Brooklyn, N.Y. ANN M. HEUER, B.S. in Chemistry . ANNE C. HIGHLEY, A.B. in Psychology . ROSEMARY T. HINES, A.B. in Psychology Free Soil, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Pawtucket, R.I. DOROTHY F. HOFMANN, A.B. in Social Work CHARLES E. HOLLAND, A.B. . WARREN B. HOLMES, A.B. in Speech Grosse Pointe, Mich. Allegan, Mich. . Lansing, Mich. M ft 29 JEAN L. HOTCHKIN, A.B. in Psychology CLAIRE M. HUDESMAN, A.B. in Chemistry H. ROSS HUME, B.S. in Zoology ROBERT H. HUME, B.S. in Zoology . BEULAH L. HUROWITZ, A.B. in English Ed. WILLIAM INSULL, JR., B.S. in Chemistry CORA I. JACKSON, A.B. in Social Work MARY J. JACKSON, A.B. in Fine Arts JOAN V. JAMES, A.B. in History . MARY J. JANIGA, A.B. in Speech .. ROBERT G. ' JANIGA, A.B. in Political Science Scarsdale, N. Y. Brooklyn, Mich. Cannonsberg, Pa. Cannonsberg, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Bowling Green, Ohio . Detroit, Mich. . Jackson, Mich. Flint, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. DOROTHY A. JENKINS, B.S. in Mathematics Science MARIANNE JENSEN, B.S. in Chemistry . JEAN A. JOHNSTON, A.B. in History . York, Pa. Flushing, Mich. Ypsilanti, Mich. WILLENE I. JONES, A.B. in History SHIRLEE E. KEDDIE, A.B. in History MARY E. KEENAN, B.S. in Zoology BRADFORD A. KEITH, A.B. in Economics NORMA KELLY, A.B. in Sociology . MAVIS F. KENNEDY, A.B. in Speech Battle Creek, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Peekskill, N.Y. Ridgewood, N. J. Hamburg, N. Y. Rochester, Mich. PATRICIA M. KENNEDY, B.S. Psychology ELEANOR E. KETCHAM, A.B. in Psychology MILTON E. KIBBEY, A.B. in Math. Evanston, III. . Oak Park, III. Spring Lake, Mich. 30 GRACE E. KIM, B.S. in Zoology BETH D. KING, A.B. in Political Science ELIZABETH A. KING, A.B. in Sociology Reedley, Calif. Detroit, Mich. Goshen, N. Y. JOAN F. KINTZING, A.B. In Philosophy DOROTHY E. KITTREDGE, A.B. in Speech ROSEMARY E. KLEIN, A.B. in English Hammond, Ind. Ann Arbor, Mich. Caro, Mich. SYLVIA I. KLEIN, A.B. in Sociology . Washington, D.C. KATHERINE C. KLINTWORTH, A.B. in Economics, Highland Park, Mich. DOROTHY K. KLOPFENSTINE, A.B. in English . . Ferndale, Mich. BETTY A. KNAPP, A.B. in Economics JANET M. KOHN, A.B. in Political Science RICHARD J. KOPPITCH, A.B. in English SHIRLEY J. KRAUSE, A.B. in Psychology . MARIAN M. KUECHENMEISTER, A.B. in Speech GENE M. LANE, B.S. in Science and Mathematics WILLIAM C. LANGFORD, A.B. in Zoology RUTH G. LAWSON, A.B. in History . MAYDA C. LA ZEBNIK, A.B. in Speech RONNIE N. LEITNER, A.B. in Psychology DORIS R. LESSER, A.B. in English . ESTELLE S. LEVIN, A.B. in Political Science MADELINE LEVENBERG, A.B. in French BARBARA LINEHAN, A.B. in English BEATRICE L. LINNIG, A.B. in Geography Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Rockford, Mich. Grosse Pointe, Mich. Highland Park, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Shaker Heights, O. Merric, N.Y. . Toledo, Ohio Bridgeport, Conn. Chicago, III. Detroit, Mich. LaGrange, III. Detroit, Mich. 31 JOAN LIST, A.B. in English . Wellesley Hills, Mass. JOYCE V.LIVERMORE, A.B. in Psychology . . Ann Arbor, Mich. DAVID R. LOWENBERG, A.B. in Political Science . . Chicago, III. JEAN E. LOREE, A.B. in Speech . JOYCE LOW, A.B. in Economics . DOROTHY L. LUNDSTROM, B.S. in Zoology ELIZABETH R. LYNCH, A.B. in English . MARILYN A. LYON, A.B. in Sociology . PATRICIA MACGREGOR, A.B. in Mathematics JEAN B. MACKAYE, B.S. in Chemistry RUTHMACNEAL, A.B. in English . LEO E. MAKI, A.B. in Chemistry . HENRY MANTHO, A.B. in English . MARTHA V. MANTON, A.B. in Sociology UDITTA M. MAROT, A.B. in Speech BETTY J. MARTIN, A.B. in Fine Arts PAT MASER, A.B. in Geography . MARY L. MASON, A.B. in Sociology Lansing, Mich. . Hamburg, N.Y. Manistique, Mich. River Rouge, Mich. Owosso, Mich. Wheeling, W. Va. . Ann Arbor, Mich. . New York, N.Y. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Alliance, Ohio Maumee, Ohio Hawthorne, N.J. Detroit, Mich. Buffalo, N.Y. Chicago, III. SUZANNE P. MASON, B.S. in Zoology . . Saginaw, Mich. ELEANOR J. MATTESON, A.B. in History . . . Adrian, Mich. NATALIE MATTERN, A.B. in Science and Mathematics, Detroit, Mich. MARION N. MAXWELL, A.B. in Social Studies MARJORIE A. McCABE, A.B. in Sociology . JOYCE McCORMICK, A.B. in History . Detroit, Mich. Iron Mountain, Mich. Detroit, Mich. 32 MARTHA McCRACKEN, A.B. in Speech GLENN McDANIEL, A.B. in English . BETTY McDONALD, A.B. in Spanish . Ann Arbor, Mich Pittsburgh, Pa Oak Park, III KAY A. McFEE, A.B. in Sociology . Detroit, Mich K. PATRICIA McGINNIS, A.B. in Zoology . . , Pitcairn, Pa MADELINE McMATH, B.S. in Mathematics and Science . Pontiac, Mich BOB McWILLIAMS, A.B. in Political Science CLAIRE E. MEISELS, A.B. in Speech . JOHN A. MEREWETHER, A.B. in English . SYLVIA J. MERRILL, A.B. in French . RAY C. MIDDLETON, A.B. in Religion Ethics CAROL C. MILLER, A.B. in English JOAN MILLER, B.S. in Zoology NAOMI MILLER, B.S. in Zoology ORRIS J. MILLS, A.B. in Speech EDUARDO MIRABEL FONT, B.S. in Chemistry DOROTHY A. MITCHELL, A.B. in Sociology JEAN M. MITCHELL, A.B. in English MARY A. MITCHELL, A.B. in English . MARION MONDSHEIN, A.B. in Journalism MARILYN MOORE, A.B. in Speech . Mt. Clemens, Mich. . Brooklyn, N.Y. Ann Arbor, Mich. Newport, R.I. Ann Arbor, Mich. Toledo, Ohio Flint, Mich. . Detroit, Mich. Eden Valley, Minn. Santurce, Puerto Rico Ann Arbor, Mich. Lakewood, Ohio Flint, Mich. New York, N.Y. Detroit, Mich. FLORENCE A. MOREHOUSE, A.B. in English . Detroit, Mich. MARGARET MORGAN, A.B. in Speech . . . Grosse Pointe, Mich. VIRGINIA R. MORLEY, B.S. in Medical Technology . Lakewood, Ohio -V 33 MARTHA J. MORRELL, A.B. in Mathematics GERALDINE MORRIS, A.B. in Political Science BEVERLY E. MOULTON, A.B. in Spanish MARY P. MOUNTJOY, A.B. in Psychology CHARLOTTE A. MUELLER, A.B. in Psychology JEANJMURRAY, A.B. in Speech MARGARET P. MYERS, A.B. in Psychology . LAURA L. MYNATT, B.S. in Zoology . CONSTANCE NARWOLD, A.B. in Economics LORRAINE NAUM, A.B. in English . NEVA NEGREVSKI, A.B. in Political Science . LEONARD NEMEROVSKI, A.B. in Mathematics DORIS NICKLOY, B.S. in Mathematics and Science ALMA NIELSON, A.B. in English . HENRY NIKKEL, B.S. in Physics PATRICIA NIXON, A.B. . RUTH A. NORDQUIST, A.B. in Psychology E. JANE NORRICK, A.B. in French NANCY NORTHRUP, A.B. in History . JOYCE J. NOTTINGHAM, A.B. in Sociology BARBARA NOVY, A.B. in History MAUREEN O ' HANLON, A.B. in English DEBORAH J. PARRY, A.B. in English . SYBIL PERLMUTTER, A.B. in Political Science Toledo, Ohio Detroit, Mich. Jackson, Mich. Warsaw, Ky. Lincoln Park, Mich. Merion, Pa. Ann Arbor, Mich. . Detroit, Mich. Shaker Heights, Ohio Grand Rapids, Mich. Kalamazoo, Mich. . Oak Park, III. Adrian, Mich. Trenton, Mich. Dearborn, Mich. Fredonia, N.Y. Troy, Ohio New Canaan, Conn. Detroit, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Staten Island, N. Y. Birmingham, Mich. Detroit, Mich. EMILY PETER, A.B. in Spanish JANET B. PETERSON, B.S. in Chemistry EVELYN E. PHILLIPS, A.B. in English Ann Arbor, Mich Providence, R. I Hazel Park, Mich RUTH M. PICARD, A.B. in Political Science EDGAR C. PIERCE, A.B. in Oriental Language MITCHELL PINCUS, B.S. in Science . Saginaw, Mich. Upland, Calif. Brooklyn, N.Y JAMES B. PLATE, B.S. in Science and Mathematics . Lima, Ohio JUNE E. POMERING, A.B. in Political Science . . Detroit, Mich. KENNETH G. POTEE, B.S. in Zoology . . Central Province, Ind. DOROTHY POTTS, A.B. in Sociology . HAZEN E. PRICE, B.S. in Botany . LESLIE M. PRICE, JR., B.S. in Physics Ann Arbor, Mich Detroit, Mich Chicago, III GERALDINE PSCUIK, A.B. in English DOROTHY S. PUGGSLEY, A.B. in Social Work JOAN PULLUM, A.B. in Economics . LILI RABEL, A.B. in English . JEANNE RAMSAY, B.S. in Zoology . ELIZABETH RAMSEY, A.B. in History Ann Arbor, Mich Bay City, Mich Lowell, Mich IDA M. RASMUSSEN, B.S. in Chemistry RICHARD A. REED, B.S. in Zoology SHIRLEY REIDER, B.S. in Zoology Ann Arbor, Mich Sanford, Me Detroit, Mich GLORIA A. REWOLDT, A.B. in Social work RUTH F. RIBBACK, A.B. in Social Work EDITH J. RICHARDS, B.S. in Geology Grosse Pointe, Mich Chicago, III Pleasant Ridge, Mich Detroit, Mich Hart, Mich Oak Park, III 35 A. JANE RICHARDSON, A.B. in German . NANCY RICHTER, A.B. Sociology CHARLENA RICHTMEYER, B.S. in Zoology Caspian, Mich. Pittsburgh, Pa. Watkins Glen, N. Y. THOMAS M. RASMUSSEN, A.B. in Political Science . Stephenson, Mich. JOAN P. RIEGER, A.B. in Sociology . . Chicago, III. SHIRLEY ROBIN, A.B. in English New York, N. Y. GEORGIANNA B. ROOT, A.B. in History ELEEN ROSANOFF, A.B. in Sociology . SHIRLEY J. ROSEN, A.B. in Speech Adrian, Mich. New York, N. Y. Detroit, Mich. BERNICE ROSENBERG, A.B. in Sociology . CAROL E. ROSENBLATT, A.B. in Mathematics DORIS G. ROSENSHINE, A.B. in English Detroit, Mich. Cleveland Heights, Ohio Detroit, Mich. MARJORIE B. ROSMARIN, A.B. in English JOAN E. ROSS, A.B. in Spanish . MARILYN D. RUCH, A.B. in Spanish New York, N.Y. Kenilworth, III. Toledo, Ohio CHARLOTTE M. RUEBER, A.B. in Sociology JOAN D. RUFF, A.B. in French . ARAMINTA RULLMAN, A.B. in English Kalamazoo, Mich. Sayre, Pa. Annapolis, Md. BETTY C. RUPPERT, A.B. in History MARJORIE RUTHERFORD, A.B in Social Work JOHN F. RYAN, A.B. in Economics Grand Rapids, Mich. Lansing, Mich. Springfield, Mass. FRANCIS SACKS, A.B. in Speech . MYRA S. SACKS, A.B. in Political Science MARGARET SADLER, A.B. in Geography . Union, N.J. Woodmere,N. Y. Ann Arbor, Mich. 36 PATRICIA SANDERS, A.B. in Psychology . MALCOLM R. SANDLER, B.S. in Zoology BETTY K. SCHETZER, A.B. in History Rocky River, Ohio . Brooklyn, N.Y. Ann Arbor, Mich. MARTHA E. SCHMITT, A.B. in Economics . Cleveland, Heights, Ohio RITA T. SCHOENFELD, B.S. in Botany . . . Miami Beach, Fla. PATRICIA S. SUMMERS, A.B. in Political Science . , Detroit, Mich. NAOMI S. SCHUR, A.B. in Psychology . ALICE SCHWADERER, A.B. in History ARLINE SCHWARTZ, A.B. in Social Work New York, N.Y Cass City, Mich Detroit, Mich SELMA SCHWARTZ, A.B. in Social Work ELEANOR M. SEARLES, A.B. in Mathematics MAY A. SEGUARE, B.S. in Chemistry MURRAY B. SEIDLER, A.B. in History . RALPH L. SELTZER, A.B. in Economics . JOHANNA E. SERAFIN, B.S. in Zoology DOROTHY A. SERVIS, A.B. in Speech . CHARLOTTE A. SHAPIRO, A.B. in Social Work NAOMI SHAPIRO, A.B. in Economics BARRY SHEARER .... EVANGELINE SHEMPP, A.B. in French L. AUDREY SHERIDAN, A.B. in Geography JOAN H. SHUCHOWSKY, B.S. in Zoology VICTOR K. SHUKUR, A.B. in Economics . DAPHNE O. SILHAVY, A.B. in English Detroit, Mich. Canadaigua, N.Y. Massena, N.Y. Detroit, Mich. . Detroit, Mich. New York, N.Y. Ostego, Mich. Manchester, N.H. . Detroit, Mich. D etroit, Mich. Rochester, N.Y. . Rye, N.Y. Perth Amboy, N.J. Baghdad, Iraq Saginaw, Mich. 37 ROWLAND H. SYLVESTER, B.S. in Math and Science . Ypsilanti, Mich. ANNA L. SKILLERN, A.B. in Political Science . . South Bend, Ind. HARRIET SKINNER, A.B. in English . . Washington, D.C. JULIE SLOGUM, A.B. in Political Science GERALDINE SLOTE, A.B. in Sociology . SARAH E. SMYTHE, A.B. in German Highland Park, Mich. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Goshen, N.Y. HARRIETT SNADDON, A.B. in History . . Detroit, Mich. WILLIAM J. SOMERVILLE, B.S. in Mathematics and Science, Ferndale, Mich. ALFRED SRERE, A.B. in Spanish . . . Detroit, Mich. IRVING M. STAHL, A.B. in Journalism SUZANNE R. SPRINGER, A.B. in Speech . ANNA L. STANTON, A.B. in Political Science ELAINE D. STEMBOL, A.B. in Geography SYLVIA J. STEPTOE, B.S. in Zoology . MARGARET A. STEVENS, A.B. in English BARBARA C. STIELER, A.B. in Poli. Sci. WILLIAM O. STRAUCH, A.B. in Math. AUDREY H. STRAUS, A.B. in Zoology BARBARA L. STRONG, A.B. in History PHYLLIS SUBBERRA, A.B. in Psychology ELIZABETH A. SUBE, A.B. in Spanish . . Oil City, Pa. Ann Arbor, Mich. Portsmouth, Ohio Battle Creek, Mich. Dexter, Mich. Flint, Mich. Wyandotte, Mich. . Waverly, Pa. Richmond, Va. . Detroit, Mich. Pleasant Ridge, Mich. East Lansing, Mich. 38 FERN-AILEEN SYMONS, A.B. in History NORMAN S. TALNER, B.S. in Zoology . EDITH O. TAYLOR, A.B. in History . ELIZABETH A.TAYLOR, A.B. Speech . CHARLES A. TELFER, A.B. in Poli. Sci. . ANN L. TERBRUEGGEN, A.B. in Spanish MARY JANE THIELEN, A.B. in Sociology DONALD F. TREAT .... DOROTHY B. THOMAS, A.B. in English VIRGINIA P. THOMAS, A.B. in Psychology . ALLYN R. THOMPSON, A.B. in Geography FRANCES J. THOMPSON, A.B. in Spanish JANE THOMPSON, A.B. in History . LUCILLE M. THORNTON, A.B. in English HELEN E. THRASHER, A.B. in French MARY G. TRIX, B.S. in Zoology . MARCIA DUBINSKI FLORENCE A. UNDERWOOD, A.B. in Speech NANCY UPSON, A.B. in Speech Music . PHYLLIS J. VANEENENAAM, A.B. in Math. ELIZABETH M. VERDE, A.B. in English JOHN W. WALCOTT, A.B. in Geography . MARTHA L. WALKER, A.B. in French . STANFORD A. WALLACE, A.B. in Poli. Sci. . New York, N.Y New Rochelle, N.Y Detroit, Mich Harbor Springs, Mich Port Huron, Mich. Detroit, Mich Chicago, III. Detroit, Mich. Kansas City, Missouri Santa Fe, New Mexico Manhasset, N. Y. Detroit, Mich. Leetsdale, Pa. Ann Arbor, Mich. . Jackson, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Ishpeming, Mich. Detroit, Mich. . Bronxville, N.Y. Traverse City, Mich Dowagiac, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich Belmont, Mass Detroit, Mich MARGARET J. WALSH, A.B. in Fine Arts JOSEPHINE j. WARNER, B.S. in Mathematics . VIRGINIA D. WARREN, A.B. in Political Science Owosso, Mich. . Davison, Mich. Youngstown, Ohio VIRGINIA A. WEADOCK, B.S. in Botany . . v . Beulah, Mich. FLORENCE N. WILKINSON, A.B. in Political Science . Detroit, Mich. BARBARA M.WEIGEL, A.B. in Spanish . . Grand Rapids, Mich. RUTH L. WEINBERG, A.B. in Psychology ELEANOR WEINER, A.B. in English JOAN P. WELKER, B.S. in Chemistry . MARGARET N. WELMERS, A.B. in Library Science DAVID V. WEND, B.S. in Mathematics JUNE E. WILLARD, A.B. in Spanish Detroit, Mich. Reading, Pa. Lakewood, Ohio Grand Rapids, Mich. Albany, N.Y. Scarsdale, N.Y. BETTY D. ' WEYDERT, A.B. in Social Studies J.D. WHEELER LOUISE P. WHIPPLE, A.B. in History East Chicago, Ind. . Evanston, III. PATRICIA A. WHIPPLE, A.B. in Political Science BETTE C. WILLEMIN, B.S. in Math. . BETSY N. WHITEHOUSE, A.B. in Psychology Warsaw, N. Y. Ann Arbor, Mich. Detroit, Mich. WANDALEE WHYTE, B.S. in Zoology . JOSEPHINE A. WIERBOWSKA, B.S. in Phys. Ed. FLORENE WILKINS, A.B. in Psychology . Rockford, III. Amsterdam, N.Y. Mount Pleasant, Mich. R. LEE WILLIAMS, A.B. in Political Science RITA L. WILLIS, A.B. in English . HARRIETTS L. WILTSEE, A.B. in Political Science Corning, N.Y. Tulsa, Okla. Indianola, Pa. 40 RICKA M. WOLFF, A.B. in Journalism . LESTER M. WOLFSON, A.B. in English . MARGERY A. WOLFSON, A.B. in Social Work ELSIE F. ZALA, A.B. in Spanish . NORMA M. ZARBACK, A.B. in Poli. Sci. RICHARD C. ZINGLE, B.S. in Zoology RUTH A. ZIFF, A.B. in Journalism ARTHUR ORRMONT, A.B. in English RUTH MAHONEY, A.B. in Social Work . Wilmette, III Grand Rapids, Mich Kansas City, Mo . New York, N.Y . Wheaton, III Highland Park, Mich Detroit, Mich Deal, N.J Wilmette, III 41 Top Row: Susan Stacy,- Harriet Wilson,- Estelle Epstein,- Barbara Osborne,- Joyce Downer,- Patrick White,- Donald Fyfe,- Vincent Malmstrom,- Robert Kobee,- Sheldon Blackman,- Phil Riley,- Elizabeth Quinn,- Barbara Weigel,- Constance Hackett,- Beverly Moulton,- Angela Pons. Row Three: Hector Magnani; Terry Dodek; Madeleine Levenberg,- Sybil Katz,- Ruth Wolkowsky,- Marge Heath,- Barbara Chadwick; Margaret Carlisle,- June Willard,- Lois Anderson,- Marie Neumeister,- Betty Eaton,- Jeanne Boyle,- Marjorie Billmeier,- Ann Sugar,- Lome Meinee,- Julian Witherspoon. Row Two: Harriet Fishel; Marilyn Ruck,- Rhea Christian, Lucille Birnbaum,- Blanco Alvarez,- Bob Woodward, Treasurer,- Ann Terbrueggen, President,- Herman Hudson, Vice-President,- Ann Partney,- Emily Peter,- Elsie Zola,- Pauline Nathan,- Hyla Lesser. Front Row: Toni Rowland; Ann Starr,- Frances Culbertson,- Rita Willis,- Eve Shempp,- Pedro Campos,- Bunny Brettschneider,- Janina Niedbala,- Renee Kaire,- Jean Steuck. LA SOCIEDAD HISPAIMICA Ann Terbrueggen Herman Hudson Robert Woodward President Vice-President Treasurer 42 LE CERCLE FRAIMCAIS Top Row: Irene Zavelld; Lela Vandenberg,- Doris Waisbrod; Kate Hearst; Bunny Brettschneider,- Mildred Scherdt; Frances Graham; Rosarita Hume; Estelle Epstein,- Jean Lanzon,- Shirley Schwartz. Row Two: Yota Stefanis; Dorothy Roberts,- Alice Doumanian,- Helen Dickinson,- Herbert Spencer,- James McFadden,- Bernard Agranoff,- Barbara Hazelton,- Dolores Moss,- Elizabeth Moore,- Neva Negrevski. Front Row: William Cox,- Marilyn Volan,- Evangeline Shempp, Secretary,- Madeleine Levenberg, Vice-President; Charles E. Koella, Director,- Sarah Maycock, President,- George Petrossian, Treasurer,- Jane Gohaunel; Helen Thrasher. ZETA PHI ETA Top Row: Ethel Isenberg,- Jackie Shepherd; Harriet Risk; Mime McLaughlin,- Onnolee Anderson,- Peggy Goodin; Joyce Siegan. Second Row: Dorothy Murzek,- Bethine Clark,- Jean Loree, Vice-President,- Betty Godwin, President,- Margery Crumpacker, Treasurer,- Lucille Genuit, Secretary,- Jean Westerman. Front Row: Mary Ruth Aston,- Carol McCormick,- joy Branson,- Marilyn Rundles,- Mardy McKeever,- Mavis Kennedy. Missing: Florence Underwood; Doris Lesser. 43 PHI ETA SIGMA Top Row: William Miron; George Whaley,- David Wagner,- Gilbert Silverman,- Maurice Dubin,- James Carpenter,- Richard Horning,- Donald Foringer,- John Stock, retiring Historian,- Walter Bergner,- Middle Row: Robert Dolph, retiring Secretary,- William Wolber,- Howard Berger,- Reuben Peterson,- Henry Kaminski,- Arthur Shef; Channing Lipson, retiring Vice-President,- Bernard Agranoff,- Milton Freudenheim. Bottom Row: Thomas Ferraro,- Murray Grant, Secretary,- Dean J. A. Bursley, Adviser,- William Kiessel, President; Russell Duff, Vice-President,- Henry Keiser, Historian,- Robert Epstein, Treasurer,- Norman Schaeffer. 44 Phi Eta Sigma is a National Honor Society for Freshmen men, founded for the purpose of promoting and recognizing excellent scholarship among freshmen college students. The Michigan chapter, founded in 1926, was the third chapter to be chartered. Requirements for membership are purely scholastic; an average of half A and half B must be obtained by Freshmen to be eligible. Last year a total of 56 members was initiated into the chapter. The society ' s activities include undertakings both academic and social in nature. VARSITY DEBATE Back Row: Betty Bidwell; Allyce Wishnevsky,- Archie Carmichael; Margaret Farmer,- Marilyn Sperber,- Barbara Levine,- Mary Battle. Front Row: James Land; Harriet Risk; Mr. Tom Battin, Co-Director,- Prof. K. G. Hance, Co-Director,- Mary Wood; John Condylis,- Martin Shapero. Missing: Dorothy Murzek; Joyce Siegan. This year the squad attempted to meet every other college in Michigan that has debating, and with the exception of some that are too far away to reach has succeeded. There have been no decisions made and no tournaments entered, but in some cases results were ascertained by the shifting opinions of the audience in response to the debates. Directors: Tom Battin K. G. Hance 45 Dean Ivan C. Crawford ICCP6 William L. Culligan, Sec.; James E. Wallis, Pres.; Robert W. Precious, Vice Pres. 48 DONALD F. ALDRICH, B.S. in Electrical Eng. ROBERT E. BALD, B.S. in Civil Eng. THOMAS G. BARNES, B.S. in Aeronautical Eng. Flint, Mich Ann Arbor, Mich Chicago, III JAMES S. BARRY, B.S.E. in Mechanical Eng. . CLEMENT L. BAUMAN, B.S. in Aeronautical Eng. HAROLD C. BAYER, B.S. in Mechanical Eng. . Roscommon, Mich Dayton, Ohio . Rochester, N. Y. WILLIAM C. BEHRENS, B.S. in Mechanical Eng. . Shaker Heights, Ohio ARTHUR P. BELMONTE, B.S.E. in Aeronautical Eng. . Muskegon, Mich. J. GEORGE BERESFORD, B.S.E. in Aeronautical Eng., London, Ontario, Can. COE, M. BEST, B.S. in Naval Architecture . GEORGE G. BINDER, B.S. in Chemical Eng. . JOHN S. BLOWNEY, B.S.E. in Mechanical Eng. CARL A. BRAUER, JR., B.S. . ROBERT A. BUTTERS, B.S. in Civil Eng. . MERTON W. CHURCH, JR., B.S. in Chemical Eng. Ann Arbor, Mich. Toledo, Ohio Schenectady, N. Y. Ann Arbor, Mich . Oak Park, III Pontiac, Mich THOMAS CLARK, B.S.E. . . Detroit, Mich WARREN H. COWLES, B.S.E., in Aeronautical Engineering, Port Huron, Mich WILLIAM L. CULLIGAN, B.S.E. in Aeronautical Eng. Detroit, Mich WARREN H. CURRY, B.S.E. in Aeronautical Eng. Mathematics, Jackson Mich DONALD A. DAMON, B.S. in Civil Eng. GABRIEL C. DANCH, B.S. in Aeronautical Eng. Songea, N. Y Flint, Mich DONALD L. DAVIE, B.S. in E.E. . W. ARTHUR DETRISAC, B.S. in Chem. Eng. WALTER DILAY, B.S. in Electrical Eng. Detroit, Mich Alpena, Mich Detroit, Mich 49 nciineerinci ROBERT B. DILLAWAY, B.S . in Mathematics Mechanical Eng. Washington, D. C. LAWRENCE C. DRAKE, B.S.E., in Mechanical Eng. RICHARD L. DREHER, B.S.E. in Chemical Eng. JEROME S. DROZIN, B.S. in E.E. . WILLIAM M. DULL, B.S. in Mechanical Eng. CARL EGGEBEEN, B.S.E FRANKLIN ESSENBERG, JR., B.S. in Mechanical Eng. J AMES B. FINEGAN, B.S. in Mechanical Eng. . RICHARD E. FORRESTEL, B.S. in Chem. Eng. . ROBERT H. FUHRMAN, B.S. in Aeronautical Eng. HAROLD R. GEIMER, B.S. in E.E. . DONALD L. GITTELSON, B.S.E., Aeronautical Eng. ROBERT B. GITTINS, B.S.E. in Chemical Eng. . WILLIAM S. GOLDBERG, B.S.E. in Aeronautical Eng. ROBERT C. GRAHAM, B.S. in Marine Eng. . ROBERT W. GREIDER, B.S. in Mechanical Eng. WILLIAM H. GRIFFITH, B.S.E. in Eng. EMIL HAHN, B.S. in Mechanical Eng. . JOHN C. HAMAKER, JR., B.S. in Metallurgical Eng. EUGENE H.HANYSZ, B.S.E., Electrical Eng. . EDWARD N. HARRIS, B.S. in Eng. . LAWRENCE A. HAUSMAN, B.S. in Civil Eng. JOHN M. HAYWARD, B.S. in Chemical Eng. FRITZ H. HEDIGER, B.S. . Hempstead, N.Y- Grosse Pointe, Mich. . Buffalo, N. Y. Detroit, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. . Holland, Mich. Akron, N. Y. . Detroit, Mich. Rochester, N. Y. Chicago, III. Detroit, Mich. . Buffalo, N.Y. Ann Arbor, Mich. Lakewood, Ohio Ann Arbor, Mich. . St. Joseph, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Hamtramck, Mich. Flint, Mich. New York, N.Y. Parchment, Mich. 50 GEORGE K. HESS, JR., B.S. Benton Harbor, Mich. ROBERT L. HESS, B.S. in Mechanical Eng. . . Benton Harbor, Mich. W. PHILIP HOLCOMBE, B.S.E. in Mechanical Eng. Ann Arbor, Mich. GERALD HOLST, B.S. in Mechanical Eng. . , . Grand Rapids, Mich. MERLIN J. HOLST, B.S. in Mechanical Eng. .- . Plymouth, Mich. ZOLTAN L. HORVATH, B.S. in Mechanical Eng. . . Flint, Mich. ROBERT HUTCHINS, B.S.E. . ROGER P. JOHNSON, B.S. in Aeronautical Eng. DONALD L. JONES, B.S. in Chemical Eng. WILLIAM B. JONES, JR., B.S.E., Civil Eng. HERBERT S. KAHN, B.S. in E.E. . JACK R. KELSO, B.S.E. in Civil Eng. ROBERT L. KESELRING, B.S.E. in Eng. . NICHOLAS T. KRUSKO, B.S. in Transportation Eng. EDWIN V. LADD, JR., B.S. in Electrical Eng. BARNETT D. LASCHEVER, B.S. in Electrical Eng. ALAN H. LAZAR, B.S. in Aeronautical Eng. . EVERETT L. LENDERMAN, B.S. in Civil Eng. ROGER S. LEWIS, B.S.E., in Mechanical Eng. . LEONARD LISHER, B.S.E. in Aeronautical Eng. WILLIAM MCCONNELL, B.S. in Marine Eng. JAMES MACISAAC, B.S.E., Marine Eng. . JAMES MARTIN, B.S. in Chem. Eng. NESTOR S. MAYO, B.S.E. in Mechanical Eng. New York, N.Y. Muskegon, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Webster Groves, Mo. . Brooklyn, N.Y. Detroit, Mich. . Holly, Mich. . Cleveland, Ohio Rocky River, Ohio Hartford, Conn. Chicago, III. Lincoln Park, Mich. Wichita, Kansas Greenfield, Ind. Cincinnati, Ohio Detroit, Mich. Flint, Mich. Havana, Cuba 51 n naineerina a WAYNE MIDDLETON, B.S.E. in Electrical Eng. RICHARD MOON, B.S. in Chem Eng. . KENNETH MOREY, B.S. in Aeronautical Eng. Ann Arbor, Mich. Milwaukee, Wis. Western Springs, III. ROBERT NORDEN, B.S. in Chem. Eng. . New York, N.Y. FRANCIS X. NUTTO, B.S. in Mechanical Eng. . Grosse Point Woods, Mich. PAUL O ' HARA Detroit, Mich. SEICHI OKUBO, B.S. in Mechanical Eng. . . . Ann Arbor, Mich. ROBERT A. OREN, JR., B.S.E. in Mechanical Eng. . . Evart, Mich. HAROLD OSGOOD, B.S.E. in Mechanical Eng. . . Erie, Mich. JOSEPH OTRHALEK, B.S. in Chemical Eng. . . New Bavaria, Ohio ROBERTS. PECK, B.S. in Aeronautical Eng. . . . New Rochelle, N.Y. WILLIAM S. WUNCH, B.S. in Math and Aeronautical Eng., Charlottsville, Va. WILMER PIERSON, B.S.E. in Mechanical Eng. WILLIAM PITTSLEY, B.S. in Mechanical Eng. ROBERT PRECIOUS, B.S. in Mechanical Eng. . Saginaw, Mich. . Flint, Mich. Wilkinsburg, Pa. ALLEN A. RAYMOND, JR., B.S. in Mechanical Eng. . Buffalo, N.Y. JOHN ROCKWELL, B.S. in Mechanical Eng. . . Utica, N.Y. ROBERT F. ROYCE, B.S. in Mechanical Eng. . . Lakeside, Mich. ROBERT RUGGLES, B.S. in Naval Architecture Marine Eng., Hampton, Va. JESSE P. SANTO, B.S.E. in Electrical Eng. . . . Detroit, Mich. EDWARD T. SCHREIBER, B.S. in Naval Architecture Marine Eng. Detroit, Mich. VERN H. SCOTT, B.S. in Civil Engineering JOHNSEEGER,B.S.inEng. . RICHARD G. SEITZ, B.S.E. in Eng. . Salem, Oregon Wauwatosa, Wis. Hornell, N.Y. 52 a JOYCE SHAPERO, B.S. in Chemical Eng. . . Detroit, Mich. EMMONS E. SMITH, B.S. in Naval Architecture Marine Eng., Wayne, Mich. DONALD R. SPINK, B.S. in Chemical Engineering . . Rochester, N.Y. IRVING C. STATLER, B.S. in Aeronautical Eng. Mathematics, Buffalo, N.Y. JOHN R. STOCK, B.S. in Physical Mechanical Eng., Rocky River, Ohio. RALPH E. STREM, B.S. in Aeronautical Eng. . . . Detroit, Mich. WILLIAM W. TAYLOR, B.S.E. in Aeronautical Eng. . Brooklyn, Mich. CHARLES H. VANPELT, JR., B.S. in Mechanical Eng. . Cincinnati, Ohio JACK D. VERSCHOOR, B.S. in Mechanical Eng. . Grand Rapids, Mich. THOMAS B. WALKER, B.S.E. in Mechanical Eng. JAMES E. WALLIS, B.S. in Mechanical Eng. . LYNN H. WALTON, B.S. in Elec. Eng. HUGH M. WANTY, B.S.E. in Mechanical Eng. LEE E. WATSON, B.S. in Aeronautical Eng. . MARVIN L. WEISS S. HILLARY WILLIAMS, B.S. in Metallurgy ROBERT L. WILTZE, B.S. in Mechanical Eng. FELIX R. WINSEN, B.S. in Aeronautical Eng. . Lockport, N.Y. Detroit, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Wichita, Kansas Woodmere, N.Y. Titusville, Pa. Walled Lake, Mich. . Detroit, Mich. MARY C. WORSHAM, B.S.E. in Chemical Eng. . Detroit, Mich. 53 ENGINEERING COUNCIL Top Row: Phillip Stemrner,- George Spaulding; Jim Martin; Wilmer Pierson; Floyd Miller; Rudolph Habermann,- Victor Brooks; Charles Helmick,- Everett Lenderman; Jess Santo. Front Row: Dick Forrestel; Bob Precious,- F. X. Nutto, Vice-Pres.; Charles Walton, Pres.,- Robert Dolph, Sec.; Jim Wallis,- John Sorice. 54 T A L BETAF I Top Row: Robt. L. Hess,- Robt. L. Wiltse; Emmons E. Smith; Wilmer G. Pierson,- Robt. L. Taylor,- Theodore H. Elferdink,- Leonard B. Lisher; John R. Stock. Row Two: John C. Hamaker,- Ronald J. Sheppard,- John S. Bl Professor Lee O. Case Allan C. Kloske. Front Row: Palmer R. Wood; George K. Hess, Corresponding Franklin Essenburg Jr., Cataloger,- Alan Frane, Rec. Sec. Missing: Richard E. Forrestel, Engineering Council Representati ENCINEEHIN W. Church; N. Bruce Carson; Ralph E. Strem,- John F. Maurer,- iddleton, V. Pres.,- George G. Binder, Pres.,-Mary C. Worsham,- Oil SOCIETY 55 IAI TllltfH Top Row: Leon H. Leutz,- H. Dale Palmatier; Robert C. Graham,- James C. Dyer,- Robert Q. Ruggles,- Charles W. Jensen,- John J. Fleischman,- James J. Maclsaac. Front Row: Otto H. Klepper,- Harold W. Reineke, Steward,- Edwin M. Dixon, Commodore,- Edward W. McKenzie, Purser, Charles Maynard,- George Vaishuila. Top Row: A. Held,- G. Penaylillio, F. Meeder, W. Taylor,- F. Hediger,- J. Wickey, J. Kelso,- A. Poledor,- D. King,- V. Scott, W. Scheeff. Row Three: D. Ormand; G. Mutter,- R. Anderson,- R. Chatfield,- D. Nufer,- F. Hudson,- j. Artley,- P. Schoenlaub- B. Ross, R. Snell; D. Damon. Row Two: J. Studnicka,- E. Wood; E. Lenderman, Engineering Council Rep.,- F. Mammel, Secretary,- R. Bald, Pres.,- G. McKee, Treasurer,- R. Purnell, V. Pres.,- R. Butters, Keeper of the Spigot,- L. Hausman. Front Row: E. Perou,- D. Compton,- R. Cutting,- G. Silverman,- R. Barlas,- G. Sounders; F. Batchelder,- J. McCavey,- N. Krusko. Top Row: M. R. Eck ; R. B. Dillaway,- F. H. Pasaidia; M. Kebabcioglu,- M. V. Isfendiyar; N. Ergeneman; R. Barlas, M. F. Dogu,- A. A. Raymond; C. W. Walton,- M. L. Milks, J. E. Wallis, Z. L. Horvath, R. N. Olds,- W. P. Holcombe,- H. M. Wanty,- D. A. McGaw, F. Hahn. Row Three: Nancy Alexander,- R. F. Royce, S. H. Levine,- R. R. Pollock; J. G. Beresford; H. V. Crabb; H. W. Osgood, R. A. Oren,- J. W. Peterson; W. N. Koeller,- R. L. Keselring,- J. R. Seeger, G. A. Barnett, W. H. Griffith,- N. A. Petrick, Margaret Lawrence. Row Two: F. X. Nutto,- J. H. Oxley, Secretary; R. W. Precious,- W. M. Dull, Vice-President, W. D. Pittsley, President; Asst. Prof. F. L. Schwartz, Honorary Chairman; J. S. Blowney,- N. S. Mayo,- W. G. Pierson,- K. R. Vincent,- A. C. Drouillard; R. J. Osborn. Front Row: H. B. Horldt, P. M. Clark,- J. B. Finegan,- T. E. Lootens,- R. H. Freeman,- R. H. Ware; Seichi Okubo,- I. D. Orvis,- H. L. Walters,- J. J. Maclsaac,- J. S. Barry. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 57 Top Row.- Joseph Milillo; Roger Sullivan, Lincoln Wiley,- Harold Fletcher, Harry Imster,- Lee Watson,- Harry Tanner,- Donald MacMullan,- Gene Barnett,- Lawrence Kavanau; Russel Wolford; Marvin Weiss,- Donald Gittelson, Donald Smith,- Thomas Barnes, Alan Lazar, Karl Stevens,- Robert Krieger,- Arthur Myers,- Ralph Strem. Row Three: Donald Coletti,- Russell Fuller,- Warren Cowles,- Arthur Belmonte,- Earl Willhoft; Thomas Kenny,- James Amick, Jack Charipar,- Gerald Bouwkamp, Keith Harder,- Clement Bauman,- Rudolph Bjork,- William Vincent,- Robert Hess,- Robert Fuhrman,- Gabriel Danch; Lindsey Perry,- Sydney Levine,- George Engel, Louis Ravitch. Row Two: Jacque Houser,- Evan Fraudenburgh,- Roger Joynson,- Nicholas Karos,- William Wunch,- Philip Linscott,- Felix Winsen,- LaVern Scudder, Secretary,- Robert Champion, Vice-Chairman,- Arnold Kuethe, Honorary Chairman,- Floyd Miller, Chairman,- Kenneth Morey, Treasurer,- Melvin Cant,- Thomas Brand,- William Culligan,- Robert Peck,- John Peterson,- Julius Schetier. Front Row: Leonard Lisher,- Lawrence Scheer,- Theodore Smith; William Taylor,- John Brems,- Lowell Ruby,- Carl Canfield; Edward Andorko,- James Saylor,- Vernon Crabb; George Beresford. STITLTC OF IIOS1III4AI SCIENCE 58 A E. E Standing: Okay, Dilay, Rozian, Geimer, Davis, Thomas, Lundgren, Bevis, Hannig, House, Goldman. Row Three: Bergner, Ajzenberg, Brauer, Carson, Wood, Goldstein, Habermann, Shields, Snyder, Helmick, Donnelly, Hendrickson. Row Two: Kaptana, Gault, Santo, Davie, Middleton, Hanysi, Drozin, Aldrich, Dagpunar, Cullas. Front Row: Bartlett, Bennett, Mehlenbacher, Kahn, McFadden, Hansen, Tishman, Russell, Gehring. IS IN STITLTE ELECTRICAL ENGINEER 59 SIGMA HHO TAL Top Row: Fay Ajzenberg,- Joseph Milillo George Vaishvila,- Robert Patrick; George Spaulding,- Russel Cutting,- Margaret Carroll, Vice-pres. Row Two: Henry Horldt,- Carl Zwinck,- Arthur Shef; Rudolph Habermann,- James Stelt; Horace Campbell; Leonard Davalovsky. Front Row: Janice Pollack; Patricia Ryan,- Philip R. Snyder, President; Prof. Robert D. Bracked, Director,- Prof. Roger L. Morrison,- Asst. Dean Walter J. Emmons; Donna Leahy, Secretary-treasurer. Missing: Charles Culbertson,- Henry Kaminski; John Maurer,- Henry Milezak,- Marvin Shafer. NGINEERING SPEECH SOCIETY 60 C ' Y WOMEN ENGINEERS Top Row: Helen Jane Cuthbert; Joyce Shapero,- Georgie Kessler; Frances Jenkins,- Margaret Barson; Betty Janiak; Belle Sperling, Patricia Lewis. Row Two: Joan Crishal; Juva Trausch; Margaret Ann Lawrence,- Esther Hords, Mary Pat King,- Audrey Muller,- Marilyn Marsh,- Donna Leahy. Front Row: Nancy Alexander Virginia Stuckey,- Elizabeth Messom,- Nora Altman, Pres.,- Sally Ann Farquhar, V. Pres.,- Janice Pollak, Patricia Lyons,- Lenore Olson. Missing: Dale Ingvoldstad, Sec ' y-; Mildred Doucette,- Jo Anne Herringshaw,- Karen Nelson. Dean Albert C. Furstenberg Top Row: Arthur Tuuri, 2 year honor man,- Willard Hendricksen, Treasurer David Dickenson, 1 year honor man. Front Row: Rosalie Jhung, Secretary; James Skinner, President; John Carney, Vice-president. 64 icine JAMES A. ABBOTT, M.D. GEORGE D. ALGER, M.D. RUSSELL A. ALLEN, JR., M.D. NORMAN L. BANGHART, M.D. EDWIN V. BANTA, M.D. . R.CRAIG BARLOW, M.D. THOMAS A. BARTON, M.D. WILBUR R. BIRK, M.D. . ROBERT T. BLACKHURST, M.D. ROBERT J. BOLT, M.D. . ROBERT E. BOLTHOUSE, M.D. HAROLD F. BORENZ, M.D. ANGELA CITRIN-RIVERA, M.D. JOHN F. BOYD, M.D. . ZANE A. BRASHARES, M.D. GEORGE H. BURKE, M.D. . ROBERT M. CAMPBELL, M.D. JOHN F.CARNEY, M.D. RUTH C. CARNEY, M.D. GEORGE R. CARR, M.D. . ANDREW F. CAUGHEY, JR., M.D. Grosse Pointe, Mich. Saginaw, Mich. Jackson, Mich. Battle Creek, Mich. Flora Park, N.Y. Ann Arbor, Mich. Petroskey, Mich. Wayne, Mich. Midland, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. Muskegon, Mich. Neenah, Wisconsin Ann Arbor, Mich. Fargo, North Dakota Jackson, Mich. . Springfield, Mass. Seattle, Wash. Ann Arbor, Mich. Lansing, Mich. Manchester, England Detroit, Mich. EDWARD M. CHANDLER, M.D. EUGENE R. CLEVELAND, M.D. . THOMAS H. CONNELL, JR., M.D. Charlotte, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. 65 icine O ft RAY V. COOLEY, M.D. ROBERT W. CORLY, M.D. JAMES E. COYLE, M.D. . WILLIAM S. DeWITT, M.D. DAVID G. DICKINSON, M.D. GEORGE F. DOYLE, M.D. . GERALD J. EDER, M.D. LEONARD FOX, M.D. . WILLIAM C. FRAYER, M.D. MELVIN J. FRIESWIK, M.D. . SHIV J. FUNG, M.D. . JAMES O. GALLES, M.D. WILLIAM H. GETTY, M.D. . MARTIN A. GREEN, M.D. ROBERT H. GREKIN, A.B. in Chem. M.D. RICHARD E. GORDON, M.D. THERON H. HAAS, M.D. . LAURENCE W. HAYES, JR., M.D. RICHARD W. HILL, M.D. . ROSALIE S. JHUNG, M.D. ROBERT D. JOHNSON, M.D. HAROLD M. JONES, M.D. . THEODORE G. KABZA, M.D. W. JOHN KENFIELD, M.D. Pontiac, Mich. Jackson, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Grand Haven, Mich. Adrian, Mich. . Winchester, Ky. Detroit, Mich. Wyandotte, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. Canton, China Chicago, III. Port Huron, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Highland Park, Mich. West Park, N. Y. Toledo, Ohio Howard City, Mich. Iron Mountain, Mich. . Detroit, Mich. Kalamazoo, Mich. Battle Creek, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. Royal Oak, Mich. 66 tfleaicu icine ARTHUR E. KLEMME, M.D. . JOSEPH KOPCHICK, M.D. MICHAEL C. KOZONIS, M.D. BERNARD G. KROHN, M.D. WILLIAM T. KRUSE, JR., M.D. . BERT N. LADD, JR., M.D. . FENTON J. LANE, M.D. EDWARD A. LANGDON, M.D. CHARLOTTE R. LEWIN, M.D. HERBERT LINTS, M.D. . JOHN McCLUNG, M.D. . MALCOLM McCORD, M.D. JOHN MAGIELSKI, M.D. AUDLEY R. MAMBY, M.D. STEPHEN MASON, M.D. . GLEN MOHNEY, M.D. . DOUGLAS P. MOORE, M.D. RICHARD MUELLER, M.D. JAMES NEERING, M.D. . HOWARD NUNES, M.D. . CHARLES W. O ' DELL, M.D. JOSEPH PICARD, M.D. FLORENCE V. PRICE, M.D. VINCENTE PRICE, M.D. Portsmouth, Ohio Bridgeport, Conn. New York, N.Y. . Detroit, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. Lansing Mich. Dayton, Ohio Akron, Ohio Ann Arbor, Mich. Capac, Mich. Port Huron, Mich. Glendale, Ohio . Detroit, Mich. . Colon, Panama Menominee, Mich. . Lexington, Kentucky Grand Rapids, Mich. Cleveland, Ohio Bay City, Mich. . Cape Cod, Mass. Three Rivers, Mich. Dearborn, Mich. Lansing, Mich. Battle Creek, Mich. 67 icine WILLIAM REED, M.D. HERBERT J. ROBB, M.D. WALTER RUNDLES, M.D. DAVID J. SAYLES, M.D. DAVID SCHANE, M.D. PHILLIP E. SCHMITT, M.D. . BERNARD F. SERRESTER, M.D. DALE SHAEFFER, M.D. . HARRIET L. SHOECRAFT, M.D. JAMES W. SKINNER, M.D. . GEORGE SPENCER, M.D. . AARON M. STERN, M.D. . SHELDIN C. WOODWARD, M.D. HERBERT P. SUBE, M.D. . WILLIAM M. TAPPAN, M.D. . WAYNE E. TRUAX, M.D. . DONALD H. WHITE, M.D. ALVIN F. WIERSMA,M.D. . Port Huron, Mich. Belleville, Mich. Flint, Mich. Hart, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Howell, Mich. Dearborn, Mich. Jackson, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Washington, D.C. Cleveland, Ohio Wyandotte, Mich. Flint, Mich. Roscommon, Mich. . Holland, Mich. Lansing, Mich. Lincoln Park, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. 68 GALENS Top Row: Kenneth Repola,- Robert Sundell; Bill Kendell; Phillip Seven; Harold Luken,- John Stedolin; Frank Mount; Sigmund Zawacki. Row Two: Walter Johnson; Alvin Wiersma,- George Stillwell; William Brown,- Robert Rice,- Robert Dobbie,- Robert Bolt; Norman Banghart. Front Row: Michael Kozonis,- Robert Ideson, Treasurer,- Holbrooke Seltzer, Vice-President; James Skinner, President; John Sube, Secretary,- John Stewart; David Dickenson. OFFICERS Dr. Henry Ransom. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MEDICAL HONOR James Skinner Holbrooke Seltzer John Sube Robert Ideson T C R N I T V Top Row: Aurea Munos,- Betty Levy,- Joyce Carrow, Stewardess,- Doris Zenger,- Evelyn Rockwell; Margaret Waid. Row Three: Jane Randolph,- Anne Mandenberg,- Barbara Grieve, Corresponding Secretary,- Ruth Appleton, Rushing Chairman,- Grace Hyde; Lonny Meyers. Row Two: Harriet Shoecraft,- Lee Steiner,- Ruth Carney, President; Joyce Wiltsee, Vice-President,- Rosalie jhung, House Manager,- Charlotte Levin. Front Row: Marilyn Birch,- Florence Price,- Marjorie Osborne,- Jean McKinney, Treasurer,- Merryday Rosser, Historian. ALPHA 1 1 Ml OS IOTA Ruth Carney Joyce Wiltsee Jean McKinney Barbara Grieve OFFICERS President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary ALPHA CHAPTER Founded at Michigan . . 1890 70 Top Row: Robert Michels; William Oliver; Milton Bryant; Robert Brown,- George Mackey; Robert Woodruff; Edwin Tail; William Davies; Jay Hanna; John Evans,- Harry McCormack. Row Three: Kenneth DeHaven,- Warren Wille,- Robert Voder,- Arthur Day,- Robert Gosling,- Wilson Richards,- Harry Howard,- Gene Otlewski,- William Kendell; Lowell Cunningham,- Jack Gehman,- Dorr Burns. Row Two: Philip Schmidt; Jack McCue,- Kenneth Kaish, Sec.; Dale Shaeffer,- V. Pres.,- George Stillwell,-Pres.,-Zane Brashares,- Myron Zeis, Treas.; Zigmund Zawacki; John Lynch, Past Pres.,- Andrew Caughey. Front Row: George Dickison,- David Friedrick; William Hoskins,- " Skipper " ,- Bernard Kumko.- Rockwell Jackson,- John Erbaugh, Lawrence Kelly. Missing: Dr. John Bean, Primarius,- Robert Blackhurst; Donald Overy,- Russel Worobec. ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA George Stillwell Dale Shaeffer Myron Zeis Kenneth Kaish OFFICERS President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER . . .1906 Founded at Dartmouth . . 1888 71 Top Row: Schorling,- Reade; Benedict; Pinney,- Twitchell; Goodsell, Rosehume,- Glas,- Bob Hume; Pulford; Reichert; Murphy. Third Row: Schoepfle,- Fries; Anderson,- Jensen,- Thompson,- Crabtree,- Brown,- Bishop,- Upton,- Stedelin,- Mouse. Second Row: Vandenberg,- Rundles,- Connel,- Stewart; Arn, Secretary,- Hodgson, President; Klemme, House Mgr.,- Skinner, Vice-President,- Rogers, McCord; Haas, DeWitt,- Willson,- Coyle. Front Row: Shaw,- Pierce,- Bazar,- Campbell; Concello,- Schmidt,- Coakes,- Vaughan,- Keenan,- O ' Leary. N U $ I C M A N L OFFICERS Hodgson Skinner Klemme Arn President Vice-President House Manager Secretary ALPHA CHAPTER Founded at Michigan . , . 1882 72 ttttf I tt t ft i f . . tt t - - " r " - Hi Top Row: Bonzelaar,- Mueller,- McKeever,- DeLong; Reus,- Johnson, Vice-President; Ryan; Hiss,- Fowler,- Talbot,- Jugel,- Carte,- Thompson,- Tomsu,- Hack,- Haanes,- Apple,- Tappan,- Mohney,- Magielski. Row Three: Feicks,- Nenno; Mandeville,- Nessel; Picard,- Sinke,- Dobbie,- Nienhuis,- Robinson,- Topp; Sempere,- Hartman,- Boersma,- Roeglin,- Getty,- Corley,- Chandler. Row Two: Ideson,- Galles; Doyle,- O ' Dell; Mason,- Spencer,- Kozonis,- Moore, Secretary,- Vandenberg, President; Brachman,- Campbell; McVeigh,- Van Ommen,- Bolthouse,- Boreni; Hendrickson. Front Row: Marvel; Chase,- Rousseau, Pietz,- Krust; Wolf; Leek; Bonzelaar,- McGee,- Baumgarten,- Westmaas; Larsen,- Ray,- Busard; Jones. Missing: Scott, Sayles, Treasurer,- Kilesar,- Arendshorst. P H I C I OFFICERS Kenneth Vandenberg Johnson Sayles Moore President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary PSI CHAPTER . 1906 Founded at Vermont . . 1889 73 Top Row: Donald Gilbert; Milton Levine,- Ned Chalat; Julian Stern,- Joel Salen; Donald Malton. Row Two: Leo Benish,- Dr. W. Friedman,- Louis Kaufman,- Harold Jaffe,- Martin Feferman,- Fred Feigenson. Front Row: Dr. B. Wandruff David Schane, Secretary,- Martin Green, Treasurer Robert Grekin, President Aaron Stern, Vice-President,- Leonard Fox, Sergeant-at-Arms Dr. j. Grekin. PHI DELTA EPSILON Robert Grekin Aaron Stern . Martin Green David Schane OFFICERS President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary OMEGA CHAPTER . , .1922 Founded at Cornell . . . 1904 Reestablished . .1944 74 r, r Top Row: Peter Farago; Lewis Bean,- Hamilton Ratledge,- Walter Jaracz,- William Newton; Rogelio Boyd-Campodonico,- Norman Davis; John Cantwell; Henry Coialski; Lloyd Lemmen; Robert Henneveld; James McLean; Janes Quinn; Richard Wineland; James Gillis; Arthur Anderson. Row Three: William Dinnen,- Edward Gillette; William Prayer,- Norman Ganghart, Edwin Banta, Frank Howard; Wilbur Birk; James Neering; Byran Wedge; John Carney; Thomas Barton,- Joseph Kopchik,- Joel Clay; John Boyd; Philip Seven. Row Two: Herbert Robb; William Reed; Herbert Lints,- Harold Lveken,- Charles Rhead, Steward,- Richard Hill, Vice-president; George Carr, President; Jack Biebing, House Manager,- William Hanley, Secretary,- Donald Largo,- Craig Barlow; James Abbott; John McClung; David Dickinson. Front Row: Carl Blunk,- Walter Strempek,- William Treadwell; Robert Nicholson,- Crawford Brown,- Frank Freeman; Roger Smith,- Grayow Long,- Ward Marlatt; Bruce Linderholm; Orville Boestad; Warren Grady,- Bert Ostler. Missing: Arthur Tuuri; William Kruse; Robert Bowersax; Lewis Coppel; John Bond; Richard Steiner,- Alexander Yeat,- Ouwayne Gaoo,- John Kenfield,- George Alger. PHI HHO SIGMA OFFICERS George Carr Richard Hill . William Hanley Jack Biebing President Vice-President Secretary House Manager ZETA CHAPTER . . Founded at Northwestern 1897 . 1890 75 Dean R. W. Bunting 77 entistru J CHARLES A. BARIBEAU, JR, D.D.S. ELLEN BATES, D.D.S. . ROBERT J. CHAPUT, D.D.S. . HERBERT I. BENN, D.D.S. . MORRIS I. BIKOFF, D.D.S. JAMES E. BROWN, D.D.S. VINCENT D. BROWN, D.D.S. . WILLIAM E. BROWN, JR., D.D.S. JOSEPH CABOT, D.D.S. . MARY JO CADARETTE, Dental Hygienist COLLINS W. CARPENTER, D.D.S. DONALD D. COATES, D.D.S. . SAMUEL COHEN, D.D.S. . OLINJ. COX, D.D.S. . WILLIAM M. CREASON, D.D.S. RUSSELL J. DARYAW, D.D.S. CLARENCE J. DEHAAN, D.D.S. CORNELIUS DOEZEMA, D.D.S. LEO H. DOYLE, D.D.S. . WENDELL H. DWIGHT, D.D.S. . ARTHUR H. FORSYTH, JR., D.D.S. HAROLD W. FOUNTAIN, D.D.S. MORTON GUTTENBERG, D.D.S. . EMERSON J. HARVEY, D.D.S. . Grand Ledge, Mich. Culver, Ind. Royal Oak, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Flint, Mich. Mobile, Alabama Pigeon, Mich. Benton Harbor, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Rochester, N. Y. Saginaw, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Ypsilanti, Mich. Fenville, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. L ' ance, Mich. E. Lansing, Mich. Pe Ell, Wash. Remus, Mich. . Amsterdam, N.Y. Bay City, Mich. 78 JANE A. HOEK, D.D.S. . ROBERT B. HOEK, D.D.S. PAUL D. HOGG, D.D.S. VICTOR P. JACKSON, D.D.S. WARREN H. JESSOP, D.D.S. . BLAINE B. JOHNSON, D.D.S. THOMAS C. JONES, D.D.S. . MYRON B. KAUFMAN, D.D.S. . SALLY KELLY, Dental Hygiene, Certificate MAURICE J. KIMELMAN, D.D.S. ROBERT F. KRIEG, D.D.S. . NORMAN L. LARZELERE, D.D.S. ROBERT H.MATHEWS, D.D.S. . ROBERT MAYBERRY, D.D.S. GORDON MCDERMAID, D.D.S. ALOYS METTY, D.D.S. EDWARD MEYERS, D.D.S. . THEODORA MILLER, Dental Hygienist GERALD A. OLLENDORF, D.D.S. HORACE M. OREN, D.D.S. . ROBERT OVERHOLT, D.D.S. LOIS PALMER, Dental Hygienist ANN PETTY, Dental Hygiene A. JAMES RICHARDS, D.D.S. . Grand Haven, Mich. Grand Haven, Mich. Birmingham, Mich. Pietermantzburg, S. Africa Ann Arbor, Mich. Jackson, Mich. Miami, Fla. Detroit, Mich. Saginaw, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Bay City, Mich. . Flint, Mich. . Ann Arbor, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Salt Lake City, Utah. Centerville, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Romeo, Mich. New York, N.Y. Evart, Mich. Williamson, Mich. Chelsea, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. itiil 79 entistru a t ROBERT RYDING, D.D.S. EUGENIA A. SCHWARTZBEK, Dental Hygienist LEON SEGAT, D.D.S. NORMAN L. SMITH, D.D.S RONALD SMITH, D.D.S. EDWIN J. SUTTER, D.D.S. WALTER H. SWARTZ, D.D.S. . JAY L. TINHOLT, D.D.S. . THOMAS S. TORGERSON, D.D.S. PATRICIA VANDERVORT, Dental Hygiene PHILIP G.VIRONDA, D.D.S. . JOHN M. WAKEVAINEN, D.D.S. RANSOM M. WESTOVER, D.D.S. EDWIN V.WIGHT, D.D.S. . CHARLES L. WILLIAMS, D.D.S. PAUL H. WILLIAMS, D.D.S. . BARBARA DOMZAISKI, D. H. CHARLES DONNALLY, D.D.S. Detroit, Mich. Byron, Ohio Warsaw, Poland . Portsmouth, N.H. Galesburg, Mich. Crystal Falls, Mich. Marcellus, Mich. Holland, Mich. Kalamazoo, Mich. . Oak Hill, Ohio Battle Creek, Mich. Ramsey, Mich. . Lawton, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Flint, Mich. Royal Oak, Mich. Detroit, Mich. 80 Top Row: Gerald Bloom,- Robert Pitman,- Eric Billes,- Charles Gelber,- Abel Moreinis. Second Row: Harvey Maisel; Gerald Drew,- Marvin Davis,- Gerald Krause,- Alfred Frank,- Julian Wilner,- Howard Wolfsohn,- Donald Shapiro; Sidney Weber. Front Row: Maury Sach; Sidney Hertz, Secretary,- Edward Meyers,- Joseph Cabot, president,- Myron Kaufman,- Maurice Kimelman,- Samuel Cohen,- Samuel Server,- Leonard Cohen, vice-president. Missing: Morris Bikoff,- Jack Feldman, Treasurer,- Seymour Berman. ALPHA OMEGA OFFICERS Joseph Cabot Leonard Cohen Sidney Hertz Jack Feldman President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer CHI CHAPTER . . .1926 Founded at Maryland . . . 1907 81 : Top Row: Vincent Brown,- Thomas Greig,- William Nuse; Arthur Forsyth; James Richards,- Donald Kelly,- Louis Eton,- Jack Pasloe,- John Gilpin,- Robert Richards, Edward Bauck,- Robert Aldrich,- Donald Hagerman,- Ralph Dusau,- Gerald Charbincau,- William Claus,- William Baer. Row 3: Donald Tayler,- Donald Benson,- Alloys Metty,- Frank Wehr,- Jack Mills,- Paul Gibbons,- Fred Faust; Donald Klopfer,- Gerald Mulder,- Leonard Wheaton,- Richard Reppenhager,- Glen Wilsea,- Edward McDonald; Walter Swartz,- Olin Cox,- Warren Jessop. Row 2: Robert Ryding,- Russel Daryau,- Wendell Dwight,- Paul Hogg,- William Brown,- James Brown III; Edwin Wight; Vice-President,- Gordon McDermaid, President,- Paul Jackson, Co-President,- Ransom Westover, House-Manager,- Paul Williams, Charles Baribeau,- William Creason,- Emerson Harvey. Front Row: Charles Greig,- Kenneth Jacques,- John Metty; Charles Williams,- Leon Segat,- Charles Westrick,- George Weisel; Kenneth Burch,- Kenneth Steketee,- Robert Martin,- Edward Herstkotte,- Clayton Hibner,- Jack Jordan,- Robert Matthews. DELTA SIGMA DELTA OFFICERS Gordon McDermaid Edwin Wright Paul Jackson Ransom Westover . President Vice-President Co-president House Manager ALPHA CHAPTER Founded at Michigan . . . 1882 82 a - I A Top Row: Rhody,- Fox,- Drucker,- Striffler,- Vironda, Benn,- McCartney,- Tanaka. Row Two: Walker, Pasciak,- Shaffstall,- Kowalski,- Sutler; Torgerson,- Wakevainen,- Coates,- Harkness,- R. Smith. Front Row: Hermanson,- Weiss,- Touma,- Overholt,- N. Smith,- Fountain,- Oren; Bazarnic. Missing: Body,- Chaput,- Lathrop. X I p $ I PHI Norman Smith Robert Overholt Ward Fountain Horace Oren OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer ALPHA CHAPTER Founded at Michigan . . . 1889 83 Dean Howard B. Lewis 85 armacu a ERNEST J.BADT,B.S. in Pharmacy . LORNA J. DICKHOUT, B.S. in Pharmacy . JEANETTE M. DROUILARD, B.S. in Pharmacy THADDEUS S. GROSUCKI, B.S. in Pharmacy WILLIAM A. LEE, B.S. in Pharmacy . ANNE MALONEY, B.S. in Pharmacy Benton Harbor, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Flat Rock, Mich. Niagara Falls, N.Y. Roseville, Ind. . Camden, N.Y. 86 PRESCOTT CLUB Top Row: Robert Denis,- Ernest Badt; Wendell Williams; Albert Lee; Louis Stadler; Edward Schneider,- Yoshio Inakora. Row Two: Dr. E. L. Cataline, Katherine Vergue,- Alice Mackenzie,- Lorna Dickhont,- Jeanette Drouillard; Mary Beal,- Joanne Worrell; Prof. C. H. Stocking. Front Row: Hazel Giberson,- Mildred Bennawy,- Virginia Curtiss,- Hannah Fryer,- Signe Jakkula,- Anne Maloney,- Virginia Zeratzian. I H SCHOOL CLUE 87 Dean Earl V. Moore P cec 89 r V f I FT ROBERTA H. BOOTH, B.M. in Piano . FRANCES E. BOSTWICK, B.M. in Music Education HELEN L. BRICKMAN, B.M. in Music Ann Arbor, Mich. . Pine Plains, N. Y. New York, N. Y. ELEANOR L. BROWN, B.M. in Education . . Highland Pk, Mich. ANNA R. CHOATE, B.M. . . Salisbury, N.C. L.PHYLLIS CRAWFORD, B.M. in Public School Music, . . Niles, Mich. DONITA J. CROSSLY, B.M. in Music Education DWIGHT M. DAILEY, B.M. in Music Ed. . MARY B. FEDJE, B.M. in Music Education . MARILYN S. FOSDICK, B.M. in Theory . DORIS J. GILMAN, B.M. in Music Education MARY C. GOBDEL, B.M. in Music Education MARILYN R. GREWE, B.M. in Music Education BETTY JEAN HUSER, B.M. in Pano . BETTY LOU KING, B.M. in Music Education Kalamazoo, Mich. Coldwater, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Clinton, Mich. Montague, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Joplin, Mo. Ann Arbor, Mich. RUBY J.KUHLMAN, B.M. in Piano . Toledo, Ohio CLARA A. LANDES, B.M. in Music Education . . Bay City, Mich. CHARLOTTE M ACMULL AN, B.M. in Vocal Education . Garden City, Mich. MARCIA NETTING, B.M. in Theory BETTY POCHERT, B.M. in Music ELAINE RATHBUN, B.M. in Piano HAZEL RUETTINGER, B.M. in Music Education DORIS SCHROEDER, B.M. in Music Literature MARIAN C. SIEGFRIED, B.M. in Music . Grosse Pointe Mich. River Forest, III. Ferndale, Mich. Flat Rock, Mich. Port Huron, Mich. Kalamazoo, Mich. 90 VIRGINIA L. ZAPF, B.M. in Education RICHARD SOKATCH, B.M. in Piano DOROTHY STEFFES, B.M. . ELSIE E. SWAN, B.M. in Music AUDREY J. UNGER, B.M. in Violin JOYCE D. URBANEK, B.M. RUTH J. WILLIAMS, B.M. in Music . JANET A. WILSON, B.M. in Organ . RUTH M. WOLKOWSKY, B.M. in Piano U61C Detroit, Mich. . Jolict, III. Dearborn, Mich. Washington, D. C. Dearborn, Mich Zeeland, Mich. Lamar, Colorado Bay City, Mich. Miami, Florida 91 r ' THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN CONCERT AND MARCHING BANDS Michigan loves music and is well provided with it by two bands. The Concert Band and the Marching Band, both conducted by Mr. William Revelli, play important parts in student life. For its serious side the programs presented by the Concert Band yield many enjoyable hours of classical and semi-classical music. And for its gayer moments at football games, the Marching Band is present to lend inspiration to the team and spirit to the occasion. Its memorable formations during the halves are highlights of any Michigan game. 92 Top Row: Frederick Stamm, George Vaishvrila, Harold Kulbarsh, Edward Smith, Robert Pollock, Marian Bourns, Stephen Peterson, Howard VanderWall, Jerome Horwitz. Row Two: Jack Rash; H. M. Hildebrandt; Richard Osborn,- James Haun, Vice-President and Secretary,- John Oxley,- Richard Quetsch,- David Victor; Don llnicki. Front Row: Don Wines,- Henry Horldt; Ivor Gothie; Accompanist; Leonard Wheaton, President,- David Mattern, Director,- Richard Sokatch, Manager and Student Director,- Raymond Buntaine, Librarian, Richard Miller, Phil Steding. MEN ' S VARSITY GLEE CLLE OFFICERS Leonard Wheaton James Haun . Ray Buntaine Ivor Gothie Richard Sokatch President Vice-President Librarian Accompanist Manager Under Mr. David Mattern ' s very able conducting and guidance the Men ' s Glee Club grew and had its most successful war year. Due to the same old man shortage the club merely existed in previous years. This year, however, the singers fully established their former reputa- tion and enjoyed a very excellent season. The first public appear- ance was in the first Kampus Kapers show. There were the usual appearances before organizations and a Christmas Program on the Library steps. 94 Jean Gilman Rhea Christian Ruth MacNeal , Virginia Weadock Bernice Hall Eleanor Stewart Miss Hood OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Librarian Historian Director WOMEN ' S GLEE CLUB Top Row: Roberta Hornsby Janet Bancroft; Beverly Solorow; Dorothy Gray,- Lucille Genuit; Ruth Williams,- Lois Allison,- Barbara Brady,- Janet Morgan,- Betty Jones,- Barbara Everett,- Peggy Kohr,- Margaret Semple,- Joyce Matthews. Row Three: Marilyn Haselswurt; Shirley Sijons,- Kay Klintworth,- Shirley Keddie,- Carol Fromberg,- Doris Trumpeter,- Betty Pochert,- Eleanor Field,- Ruth Duell,- Marilyn Fletcher,- Marilyn Watt,- Barbara Yeomans,- Barbara Babbitt; Doris Richards,- Carolyn Daley. Row Two: Gloria Gray,- FaeBehling,- Hazel Reuttinger,- DeloresGerhardt,- Rhea Christian, Vice-President; Jean Gilman, President,- Miss Hood, Director,- Ruth MacNeal, Secretary,- Virginia Weadock, Treasurer,- Bernice Hall, Librarian,- Eleanor Stewart, Historian,- Lennis Britton, Elizabeth Taylor. Front Row: Rose Derderian,- Gerry Psciuk,- Jean Hole,- Bonnie Rink,- Mary George; Jacqueline Sheppard,- Lois Neigert,- Arlene Peugot,- Marion Bassett,- Mary Jean Willging,- Ann Belisle,- Frances Bostwick,- Mary Elizabeth Campbell; Pat Hahn. 95 I Top Row: Marilyn Fosdick; Lucretia Dell; Constance Coulter Jeanne Ling Mary Johnson,- Jean Westerman,- Jean Farquharson,- Helen Briggs,- Masako Ono. Row Two: Ruby Kuhlman,- Helen Ashley,- Betty King, Corr. Sec ' y,- Beverly Solorow, Treas.,- Frances Bostwick, Pres.,- Helen Brickman, Vice Pres.; Naomi Vincent, Rec. Sec ' y.,- Ruth Williams,- Elaine Rathbun. Front Row: Margaret Pyle,- Charlotte MacMullan,- Dorothy Jeanne Gentry,- Selma Neuman,- Sybil Katz,- Betty Jean Huser,- Renee Kaufman,- Virginia Zapf. Missing: Phyllis Crawford; Roberta Dresden,- Mary Fedje,- Sarah Hanby,- Mildred Jordan,- Marguerite Palmer,- Jean Scott,- Nancy Upson,- Margaret Wardle. PHI EPSILON OFFICERS Frances Bostwick Helen Brickman Betty King Naomi Vincent Beverly Solorow President Vice-President Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary Treasurer Mu Phi Epsilon is a national music sorority for women, having as its purpose the recognition of scholarship and musicianship and the promotion of friendship within its sisterhood. Elections are made on this basis together with personality and Faculty recommendation in the major subject. Gamma Chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon awards a scholarship medal to the freshman girl who has attained the highest grade average for her first semester in college, and at one of the four formal musicales which the sorority holds each year, honors the freshman girls whose scholarship has placed them in the upper third of their class. A fifty dollar scholarship is awarded each year in the name of Mu Phi Epsilon by the Scholarship Committee of the School of Music to the sophomore girl who is most deserving scholas- tically and musically. The Chapter Project for 1944-45 was free tutoring offered with the approval of the faculty to Freshmen and Sophomores in Piano, Voice, Theory, and Music Literature classes. 96 OFFICERS Hazel Ruettinger Florence McCracken Barbara Booth Anna Choate President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Top Row: Doris Parker,- Virginia Lowrey,- Barbara Litchfield; Joyce Urbanek; Clara Landis, Arlene Peugeout; Margaret Ruby; Mildred Minniman,- Ruth Hooker. Row Two: Lucille Genuit; Rose Derderian,- Rose Mary Smith; Jean Wiechel; Marilyn Mason; Lorna Storgaard; Mary Masters,- Mary Louise Nigro. Front Row: Jean Gilman; Blossom Reynolds,- Barbara Booth, Sec ' y.,- Marilyn Grewe; Hazel Ruettinger, Pres.,- Anna Choate, Treas.,- Florence McCracken, V. Pres.; Donita Crossley,- Betty Pochert. 97 Direct or Rhoda F. Reddig k I - . LUL - J JANET M. BELL, R.N. . SHIRLEY J. BELLOWS, R.N. MARGARET BERRY, R.N. . JEAN E. BILLMEIER, B.S. in Nursing DOROTHY A. BOWDLE, R.N. DOROTHY A. BRIGGS, R.N. MARGARET K. CARLSON, R.N. MARY A. CHAMBERLIN, R.N. MARY J. CHAMBERLAIN, R.N. BETTY L. COLE, R.N. GLORIA M. COOPER, R.N. MARY D. CRESS, R.N. . MARCIAELY, R.N. . MILDRED E. FORD, R.N. MARYH. GREGORY, R.N. MAXINE GRIMSTON, R.N. MARY E. GUNTS, R.N. . LUCILLE HAPPY, R.N. EDNA M. HEIDENREICH, R.N. JOYCE G. HELMICK, B.S. in Letters Nursing BETTY A. ROHDE, R.N. . Marine City, Mich. Durand, Mich. Alpena, Mich. Saginaw, Mich. Waynesfield, Ohio Ypsilanti, Mich. Oakland, Nebraska . St. Petersburg, Fla. Peoria, Illinois Beaver, Wisconsin . Marine City, Mich. North Baltimore, Ohio Ludington, Mich . Eaton Rapids, Mich. Jackson, Mich. . Ann Arbor, Mich Elkhart, Ind. Monroe, Mich. Escanaba, Mich. . Hillsdale,Mich. Saginaw Mich. LILA I. HICKS, R.N. . Grand Rapids, Mich. RUTH E. HOLLSTEIN, R.N. . Beach, North Dakota MARGUERITE J. JEFFERS, B.S. in Letters Nursing . Rochester, N.Y. 100 LILA L. JOHNSON, R.N. BERNICE KENAGA, R.N. MILDRED P. LAMBERT, R.N. DOROTHY M. LEONARD, R.N. PHYLLIS J. MARSH, R.N. LOUISE MOYER, R.N. E. Grand Rapids, Mich. Stambaugh, Mich. Sturgis, Mich. Lapeer, Mich. Bowling Green, Ohio . Detroit, Mich. VIRGINIA E. OLSON, R.N. CECELIA F. OWSIANY, R.N. NANCY J. PERCY, R.N. RACHEL PIERCE, R.N. JUNE RAMSEY, R.N. . MARGARET RAU, R.N. Toledo, Ohio Kalamazoo, Mich. Owosso, Mich. Eaton Rapids, Mich. Grosse Pointe Park, Mich. . West Branch, Mich. BETTE REED, R.N. . PHYLLIS REYNOLDS, R.N. SARAH SALMASSY, R.N. Sturgis, Mich. Fayette, Ohio Michigan City, Ind. MARGARET A. SANDBERG, R.N. BETTY SAROKIN, R.N. . ELIZABETH SCHAEFFER, R.N. DOROTHY SCHULZ, R.N. VIVIAN SHRAGG, R.N. . BARBARA SMITH, R.N. SHIRLEY F. STRAHAN, R.N. D. SCHAEFER, R.N. DORIS TIANEN, R.N. . Inkster, Mich. Pontiac, Mich. Flint, Mich. . Ft. Collins, Colo. Battle Creek, Mich. Mancelona, Mich. Ludington, Mich. Toledo, Ohio Detroit, Mich. ur6ina ANNA L. URBACH, R.N. HELEN M. VANNBERG, R.N. MURIEL I. VANRIPER, R.N. RUBERTA J. WILLIAMS, R.N. JUNE WIXTROM, R.N. EILEEN E.WUBBENA, R.N. Columbiaville, Mich. Escanaba, Mich. Hartford, Mich. Jackson, Mich. Republic, Mich. Hyattsville, Maryland 102 A nurse ' s life is a busy one. Sub-normal!! Ouch! Dean Wells I. Bennett 105 rrcrtitecture FRANCES E. GRACEY, B.D., Interiors . JOAN S. FRANTZ, B.D. SHIRLEY C. JAMAR, B.D. in Advertising Detroit, Mich. Saginaw, Mich. Duluth, Minn. HELEN L. JOHNSTON, B.D. in Interior Design . Marquette, Mich. MARY ANN JONES, B.D. . . . Highland Park, Mich. GEORGIANNA S. LESLIE, B.D. Advertising Design Glen Ellyn, III. DOROTHEA MCDANIEL, B.D. YOSHIZP MACHID, A, B. Arch. . ELINORE PRAGG, B.D. in Design SARAH SEIDMAN, B.D. in Design MARCIAM.SHARPE,B.D. . CHARLOTTE THOMAS, B.D. in Advertising Detroit, Mich. . ' Honolulu, T. H. . Shaker Heights, Ohio Grand Rapids, Mich. . Lakewood, Ohio Brooklyn, N.Y. 106 I. A. Top Row: Barbara Fairman,- Harris VerSchure,- George Haskell; Charles Moore,- Neal Hammond Marvin Geasler,- Grace Aitkenhead. Front Row: Yoshizo Machida; Alex Pawloff, Secretary,- Betsy Brown, President; Karl Krauss, Treasurer,- Philip Marcellus, Vice-President; Kenneth Allen. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 107 Dean Samuel T. Dana 109 r d on erva tion ALBERT F. ALLMAN, B.W.T. . WILLIAM D. EISENHAUER, M.W.T. . ANTONIO S. GARCIA, M.A. in Forestry Toronto, Canada University Park, Md. . Quito, Ecuador CLAUDIO V. PAVETTI-MORIN, M.A. in Forestry, Jrinidad, Paraguay 110 These pictures are familiar sights to forestry students who have been at the Forestry Camp. They typify the work carried on in this field. From sawing, to climbing trees, and living in huts these boys work hard while learning their profession. Dean E. Blythe Stason m!!! 113 I MARGARET GROEFSMA, L.L.B. . HOWARD A. JACOBS, A.B. in History MARYPLUMER, L.L.B. Detroit, Mich. . New Haven, Conn. Ann Arbor, Mich. The law quad, as impressive as it is beautiful. 114 Learning the tricks of the trade. The pause that refreshes. The way to a lawyer ' s heart is through his stomach. Dean J. B. Edmonson 117 Ooi ucauon FLORENCE M.ATWOOD, A. B. in Educ. . MARJORIE M. BEGLE, A.B. in Educ. . BETTY L. BENOW, A.B. in Educ. MARIE E. BORYAN, B.S. in Com. Ed. . GENEVIEVE BURROUGHS, A.B. in Elem. Ed. . PATRICIA J. CLARK, A.B. in Elementary Education ANNE COHEN, A.B. in Social Studies VIVIAN I. COOK, A.B. in Ed. . MARION ZANDER, A.B. in Speech Correction LOIS V. DAVIS, A.B. in Mathematics ELIZABETH M. DIDIER, A.B. in Ed. JEAN P. DILLENBECK, B.S. in Ed. . GLORIA M. FISHER, B.S. in Sec. Ed. MARY J. FISHER, A.B. in Psychology JEANNE C. GALLEY, B.S. in Phys. Ed. JOAN E. GALLUP, A.B. in Elementary Education MARY A. GRATHWOHL, B.S. in Phys. Ed. . ALICE M. GRIBBLE, A.B. in Elem. Ed. . SUZANNE L. HOLT, A.B. in Elementary Ed. HELEN N.HUNTINGTON, A.B. in Educ. . BETTY P. JONES, A.B. in Educ. . BARBARA M. KEVIL, B.S. in Educ. EDITH KOHN, A.B. in Educ. . MAURICE R. KOST, A.B. in Phys. Ed. Highland Park, Mich. Toledo, Ohio . Scottville, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Jackson, Mich. Jackson, Mich. Newark, N.J. Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Flint, Mich. Buffalo, N.Y. Johnstown, Pa. Detroit, Mich. Hastings, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. . Niles, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Rochester, N.Y. Detroit, Mich. . Dixon, III. Astoria, N.Y. Detroit, Mich. 118 ucauon JACQUELINE O. KRAMER, A.B. in Ed. BETTY A. KUCHAR, A.B. in Ed. . ARLENEB. LOFTUS, A.B. in Ed. . ELEANOR MALTZ, A.B. in Elementary Education ROSEMARY MARX, A.B. in Elementary Education . PHYLLIS MCNALLY, A.B. in Education CELIA MILLER, B.S. in Education AGNES J. MOORE, A.B. in Social Studies HELEN PETTIT, A.B. in Education . MARION L. POHL, A.B. in Ed. DOROTHY POWERS, A.B. in Ed. ENIDS. RUSSELL, B.S. in Ed. . JUNE L. SAWYER, A.B. in Elem. Ed. MARTHA SEER, A.B. in Ed. . BETTE SOPER, A.B. in Ed. HELEN E. STEVENS, B.S. in Physical Education ORIEL E. STRAEHLEY, A.B. in Ed. . MARY J. TRUAX, A.B. in Ed. IRENE M.TURNER, B.S. in Phys. Ed. THELMA J. ULLRICH, A.B. in Ed. MARY E. WATTS, A.B. in Ed. FRANCES WEBER, A.B. in Elementary MARY M. WEBSTER, A.B. in Educ. . MARY C. WOODS, B.S. in Ed. . BARBARA L. YOFFEE, A.B. in Ed. Flint, Mich. Brighton, Mich. Cleveland, Ohio Newark, N.J. Port Huron, Mich. Saginaw, Mich. Glen Falls, N.Y. Detroit, Mich. Flint, Mich. Jackson, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. . New York, N.Y. Lakewood, Ohio Midland, Mich. Benton Harbor, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. . Cincinnati, O. Lansing, Mich. Iron Mountain, Mich. Mt. Clemens, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Middletown, N.Y. Brighton, Mich. St. Johnsbury, Utah Detroit, Mich. v m Dean Russell A. Stevenson 121 mini6 tra, tion IRENE B. ANDERKO, B.B.A. BEVERLY C. BALDWIN, B.B.A. . GABRIEL M. CHOHANY, A.B. in Accounting BETTY C. CONN, B.B.A. . MARY A. DRIVER, B.B.A. in Accounting ALICENT G. EPPS, B.B.A. in Accounting JOSEPHINE R. FROSH, B.B.A. CHLOE M. HEITSCH, B.B.A. CATHERINE E. JONES, B.B.A. MARGARET M. LAUBENGAYER, B.B.A. ROBERT MCFADDIN, B.B.A. . VIOLA I. MAILE, B.B.A. in Accounting ROBERT B. MORLEY, B.B.A. NANCY POTTINGER, B.B. A. ARLINE ROBINSON, B.B.A. ALICE A. RITCHIE, B.B.A. JOHN E. STEGER, B.B.A. PAULA N. STRAUS, B.B.A. NANCY MACLEOD, B.B.A. BARBARA W. SWAIN, A.B. in Bus. Ad. ELIZABETH J. SWIFT, B.B.A. . Detroit, Mich. Bridgman, Mich. Loraine, Ohio Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Euclid, Ohio . Grand Rapids, Mich. . Fort Wayne, Ind. Pontiac, Mich. Shaker Heights, Ohio Ann Arbor, Mich. . Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Toledo, Ohio Huntington Woods, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Grosse Pointe, Mich. . St. Paul, Minn. . Jamaica, N.Y. Baldwin, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. 122 The guiding council Mc- Phalen, Frosh, Micquelon, Laubengayer, Mullany. Couldn ' t be spring yet! Supply students walking out of supply school, the supply already less than the demand. is Trying to arrive at the right figure! Dean Henry F. Vaughan 125 r MILDRED W. CATCHINGS, B.S. in P.H.N. JEANETTE SHIELL, B.S. in Public Health Chicago, Illinois Detroit, Mich. Top Row: Dr. Thomas Hagan; Marjorie F. Harris,- William P. Swan,- Gladys M. Morrison,- Dr. Elizabeth Grant,- Dr. Robert H. English,- Dr. Frederick Albrecht; Dr. A. L. Corbman,- Camille Brown,- Manuel C. DeMacedo,- Patricia Chute,- Dr. Fernando Ottati; Dr. Francois Duvalier,- Dr. Manuel T. Suarez,- Sarah Rodriguez-Chacon. Row 2: Luz Iraida Franco,- A. Louise Behrends,- Edith A. Lindly,- Edith M. Gereau,- Pauline B. Bans,- Dr. Aide A. Illueca,- Bernadine Cervinski ,- Dr. Leon M. Childers,- Dr. John E. Chrietzberg,- Fernando Castellan,- Dr. Louis Alberto Boquin,- Dr. Ismael Carmona,- Dr. Plinio Teofilio deAguiar,- Jose de F. Ledo. Front Row: Virginia Acland,- Dr. Melvin Johnson,- Kathryn Gronevelt,- Hector Quezada,- Dr. Theodore F. Hilbish,- Stephen, Moosai-Maharaj; Gladys C. Omohundro,- Dr. Nelson A. Rosario,- Aida Perez Diaz,- Warren E. Hartman. 126 Top Row: Dr. LeRoy Allen, Dr. Charles Williams Jr., Dr. William A. Jordan, Dr. Candida de O. Silva, Heitor P. Tameirao, Dr. Ray A. Jacobson, Dr. Cyril L. Friend, Dr. Ramon Mejia, Dr. Guillermo Grebe, Dr. Guilleramo Feo, Dr. Charles Dambreville, Dr. Morris Shiftman, Raul Aranda, Dr. William Rumbel. Row Three: Dr. Raul Juan Brea, Dr. Ruy Scares, Dr. Luiz B. Romeu, Jeanette J. Simmons, Elizabeth D. Bolles, Bessie F. Creecy, Mildred L. Catchings, Carmen de Rivera, Lagrima Quinones, Florine Dungy, Dr. Hallie I. Morgan, Isabell R. Casablanca, llene Vuolle, Kathleen H. Menzner. Row Two: Dr. Renato da Silva, Banson M. Boutte, Dr. George Comstoak, Dr. Edward T. Blomquist, Ruth Frantz, Gladys Eovaldi, Viola Pasel, C. Walter Strom, Vivian A. Anderson, Suisie M. Garringer, Bonnelyn Markstrom, Jean M. Huvvell, Earline Scott, Dr. Robert W. Smith. Front Row: Mary Jane Andrews, Jean E. McCartney, Catherine R. Allen, Olga H. Machaelson, Georgia I Fenneman, Fannie Fleischman, Lois H. Zimmer, Helen L. Scheibner, Laura A. Rivenburgh, Max L. Roy, Mavis E. G. Martin, Dr. Michel Royere. 127 Dean Clarence S. Yoakum PHI ALPHA KAPPA Top Row: E. Overbeek; C. Eggebeen,- J. Deur,- A. Franke,- L. Mulder,- E. Kuiper,- J. Wyngarden,- A. Kempski,- D. Pollie,- J. Robbert. Second Row: C. Vander Veer,- D. Goris,- M. Frieswyk; W. Jensen,- L. Rus,- C. Doezema,- R. Bolt; J. Tinholt. Front Row: R. Orser,- W. Spitier,- H. Verschure,- M. Denekas,- J. Sanders,- A. Wiersma,- C. DeHaan,- E. Ophoff,- A. Ophoff. Missing: J. Van Zoeren. Jack Sanders Alvin Wiersma Clarence DeHaan Milton Denekas Harris Verschure President Vice-President Secretary Business Manager Sergeant-at-arms Robert Bolt Jim Wyngarden Don Goris Lambertus Mulder Klaas Kuiper Despite war conditions, this was one of the most successful years in the history of the chapter. Supported by an active and enthusiastic alumni, members were able to move into a larger and more beautiful house. With this great asset, they pledged fifteen new men during the summer and fall terms. The alumni wanted to see the new house, so seventy-five to one hundred attended homecoming and had one of the best get-togethers in the chapter ' s history. Thus, this fraternity has emerged from a rather dormant period, ready to do new things, and enlarge the chapter after the war. 130 Model your own man. An explosive combination. Drum Boogie. 131 I | m I ALPHA CHI OMEGA Top Row: Jane Merrill, ' 47, Eleanore MacLaughlin, ' 46, Lois Cothran, ' 47, Marilyn Holtom, ' 47, Mary Jane Kellum, ' 46, Harriett Thorny ' 47, LaVonne Haslett, ' 46, Dorothy Proefke, ' 47, Patricia Woodruff, ' 46, Patricia Abell, ' 46, Pat Sanders, ' 46, Wanda Mathias, ' 46. Third Row: Jeanette Hiltz, ' 46, Barbara Gross, ' 45, Shirley Coskey, ' 46, Betty Willamin, ' 45, Judy Bolt, ' 46, Doris Chapman, ' 45, Georgiana Leslie, ' 45, Jane Scholes, ' 45, Patricia duPont, ' 46, Marilyn Thomas, ' 47, Georgeanne Zimmer, ' 45, Mary Jane Millard, ' 46. Second Row: Joan Myers, ' 47, Margaret Laubengayer, ' 45, June Pomering, ' 45, Joan Ross, ' 45, Glenn McDaniel, ' 45, Treas., Dorothy Pugsley, ' 45, Pres., Pat Dillenbeck, ' 45, Vice-Pres., Irene Turner, ' 45, Sec ' y., Glory King, ' 46, Phyllis Banbrook, ' 45, Sue Rhodes, ' 46. First Row: Ann Crosley, ' 46, Elaine Rathbun, ' 45, Mary Friedrich, ' 46, Nina Goehring, ' 47, Shirley Makima, ' 46, Harriet Stephen, ' 46 Joanne Worrell ' 47, Marie Clancey, ' 46, Mary Bartley, ' 46, Lila Makima, ' 47. Missing: Alyce Spicer, ' 47, Ruthe McGuiggan, ' 47, Betty Duwe, ' 45., Barbara Manley, ' 46. Founded at DePauw University . . . 1885 Theta Chapter established . , , 1898 1004 Olivia 134 Founded at Wesleyan Female College . . . 1851 Beta Eta Chapter Established . . . 1929 722 Forest ALPHA DELTA PI Top Row: Mary Ann Grathwohl, ' 45; Bette Soper, ' 45; Marilyn Grismer, ' 47; Jacqueline Wilson. ' 47; Dorothy Kuhnle, ' 47; Harriette Wiltse, ' 45. Row Two: Nancy Frank, ' 45; Mary Ruth Acton, ' 45; Mavis Roden, ' 47; Mary Ann Waterman, ' 48; Charlotte Cartun, ' 46; Lois Iverson, ' 47; Patricia Meanwell, ' 47; Marian Myers, ' 47; Helen Kearney, ' 47. Row Three: Elizabeth King, ' 45, Secretary,- Phyllis Van Eenenaam, ' 46, Treasurer,- Therese Glutsch, ' 45, President; Evelyn Farquhar, ' 46; Vice-President,- Lois Bochstahler, ' 47; Beatrice Linnig, ' 45. Bottom Row: Helen Douglas, ' 46; Jean McCallum, ' 46; Marjorie Littlefield, ' 46; Catherine Teetor, ' 47; Carrol Roberts, ' 47. Missing: Joyce Nottingham, ' 45. 135 ALPHA 1 1 All OS PHI Top Row: Louise Schloss, ' 46,- Lila Chajage, ' 46; Naomi Greenberger, ' 46, Bette Boas, ' 46, Alice Fink, ' 46, Marjorie Ettenheim, ' 45, Irma Bluestein, ' 46; Judy Chayes, ' 46, Sue Isaacson, ' 47; Dale Moses, ' 47, Jean Levy, ' 47. Third Row: Marilyn Bothman, ' 46; Anne Schuman, ' 46,- Alene Loeser, ' 46; Margery Jackson, ' 47; Eileen Phillips, ' 47, Ruth Wolkowsky, ' 45,- Agnes Brown, ' 45; Ruth Ribback, ' 45; Luaine Berman, ' 45; Elaine Katleman, ' 46, Elaine Friedman, ' 47; Rita Auer, ' 46. Second Row: Celia Elson, ' 45; Sybil Perlmutter, ' 45,- Betty Ginsberg, ' 46; Marjorie Rosmarin, ' 45, Treasurer,- Margery Wolfson, ' 45; President; Mrs. Flegg,- Margery Batt, ' 45, Vice-President; Ruth Weinberg, ' 45, Secretary, Betty Hendel, ' 46; Rita Schoenfeld, ' 45. Front Row: Sydelle Goldstein, ' 47; Helen Harwich, ' 47,- Barbara Raymer, ' 47, Barbara Blumrosen, ' 47; Margery Wald, ' 47; Joan Wilk, ' 47; Teta Boenheim, ' 47; Gloria Berkson, ' 47; Phyllis Waxenberg, ' 47. Founded at Barnard College . . . 1909 Pi Chapter Established . . .1921 407 North Ingalls 136 Founded at Syracuse . . . 1904 Alpha Beta Chapter Established . , .1922 1322 Hill ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Top Row: Ellen Hand, ' 47, Barbara Williamson, ' 47; Mary Haggerstrom, ' 47; Mary Mapes, ' 45; Gloria Fassen Dangl, ' 45; Lois Kelso, ' 47; Roberta, Scherer, ' 47,- Delphine Moniusko, ' 46. Row Two: Eleanor Gordon, ' 46; Nancy Tressel, ' 46; Martha Lovett, ' 46,- Dorothy Jane Congo, ' 46; Elizabeth Quinn, ' 46; Gloria Kishpaugh, ' 46; Dorothy Jefferson, ' 46; Jessie-May Ahrens, ' 47,- Naomi Buehler, ' 46. Row Three: Margaret Saults Hodgson, ' 45; Jean Wick, ' 45; Eleanor Wetmore, ' 45; Rosemary Smith, ' 45; Helen Ashley, ' 45; Audrey Sheridan, ' 45; Joanne Pullum, ' 45; Barbara Weigel, ' 45; Doris Schroeder, ' 45; Margaret Beckton, ' 45. Front Row: Joan Miller, ' 45; Josephine Warner, ' 45; Jeanne Mueller, ' 47; Joan Lamberg, ' 47,- Elaine Andrews, ' 47; Jean Davidson, ' 47. 137 ALPHA OMICHON PI Top Row: Mary Derderian, ' 45; Jane Ludlum, ' 46; Betty Pressprich, ' 47; Joyce Urbanek, ' 45; Dorothy Robertson, ' 47,- Bernice Hall, ' 46, Betty Kuchar, ' 45; Constance Collins, ' 46. Second Row: Mary Perrone, ' 46; Barbara Babbitt, ' 45; Gloria Melbourne, ' 47; Rosamond Deacon, ' 46; Georgia Wyman, ' 46, Lois Bremer, ' 46; Barbara Yeomans, ' 47; Dorothy Waite, ' 47. Third Row: Helen Maravich, ' 46; Eleanor Stewart, ' 47; Treasurer; Betsy Whitehouse, ' 45, Recording Secretary,- Mary Webster, ' 45, President; Virginia Weadock, ' 45, Vice-President; Elizabeth Ann Taylor, ' 45, Corresponding Secretary,- Lennis Britton, ' 47. Front Row: Jeanne Moore, ' 45; Margaret Ray, ' 45; Monna Lee Clark, ' 46,- Rita Jaski , Grad.,- Patricia Swanson, ' 45,- Elizabeth Gauthier, ' 47. Founded at Barnard College . . . 1897 Omicron Pi Chapter established . . . 1921 800 Oxford Road 138 Founded at Syracuse University . . . 1872 Theta Chapter Established . , .1892 1830 Hill ALPHA PHI Top Row: Catherine Carmner, ' 47; Louise Kesgen, ' 47; Ruth Pamblyn, ' 47; Rosa Law, ' 47; Lou Nyberg, ' 46; Louise Prangley, ' 47; Esther Thors, ' 47; June Kubner, ' 47; Shirley Spike, ' 47; Nancy Allen, ' 46; Barbara Glenn, ' 46. Second Row: Ann Schuemacher, ' 46; Marilyn Link, ' 46, Joan Portz, ' 46; Virginia Garrett, ' 46; Dorothy Seiler, ' 47; Louise Patrick, ' 47; Marian Yaeger, ' 46; Pat King, ' 46; Priscilla Hidges, ' 46; Elizabeth Campbell, ' 46. Third Row: Betty Jean Hutchins, ' 47; Jean Christian, ' 45; Shirley Janar, ' 45; Jay Bronson, ' 45; Mary Ellen Watts, ' 45; President; Mrs. Martha Barrett, House Mother,- Betsy Brown, ' 45, Vice-President; Suzanne Holt, ' 45; Mary Jane Buible, ' 45; Patricia Kents, ' 45; Mary Lee Mason, ' 45, Secretary. Front Row: Katherine Sead, ' 47; Barbara Baxter, ' 46; Virginia Warren, ' 45; Mary Jo Jaques, ' 45; Mary Bronson, ' 46; Peggy Berry, ' 46; Mardy McKeever, ' 46; Julia Newberry, ' 46. Missing: Bee Armstrong, ' 45; Nancy Northrup, ' 45; Shirley MacKillop, ' 46; Frances Dracey, ' 45. 139 ALPHA XI DELTA , [ Top Row: Rose Mary Eden, ' 46; Virginia Dodd, ' 45; Derith Shuker, ' 46; Martha McCracken, ' 45; Enid McConkey, ' 47; Shirley Marcellus, ' 46; Toni Rowland, ' 47; Janine Robinson, ' 46; Mary Jo Cadarette, ' 45. Second Row: Priscilla Eacock, ' 47; Betty Beernink, ' 45; Frances Graham, ' 45; Marilyn O ' Kane, ' 46; Allyn Thompson, ' 45; Betty Harris, ' 45; June Harris, ' 45; Theda Temple, ' 47. Third Row: Rosarita Hume, ' 47; Nancy Willits, ' 47; Dorothy Callahan, ' 45, Treasurer,- Mary Driver, ' 45, Vice-President and Rushing Chair- man,- Eugenia Schwartzbek, ' 45, President; Beverly Baldwin, ' 45, Recording Secretary,- Irma Pliski, ' 46,- Fay Hanson, ' 47,- Marilyn Matz, ' 46. First Row: Betty Jones, ' 45; Ann Miller, ' 46,- Barbara Domzalski, ' 45; Lois Patsloff, ' 47,- Pat Van Dervort, ' 45; Ann Maloney, ' 45. Founded at Knox-Lombard . . . 1893 Alpha Epsilon Chapter Established . . .1920 715 Hill 140 CHI ONEGA Founded at University of Arkansas . . . 1895 Eta Chapter Established . . .1905 1 503 Washtenaw Top Row: Mary Mountjoy, ' 45; Kay Truesdell, ' 47; Peggy Goodin, ' 45; Pat Beatty, ' 46; Marilyn Donaldson, ' 46; Lila Kleber, ' 47; Kay Long, ' 47; Joyce Herrick, ' 47; Caroline Gibson, ' 47; Natalie Macguire, ' 46; Martha Allen, ' 46; Eleanor Ramsay, ' 46. Second Row: Joan Schlee, ' 47; Barbara Stouffer, ' 47; Jean Deibel, ' 46; Dorma Zarbock, ' 45; Joyce Livermore, ' 45; Harriet Snaddon, ' 45; Barbara Strong, ' 45; Barbara Hastings, ' 46; Janet Main, ' 46; Gene Lane, ' 45; Marilyn Ruch, ' 45. Third Row: Dorothea McDaniel, ' 45; Jean Loree, ' 45; Ann Harmon, ' 45; Harriet Fishel, ' 45, Treasurer,- Pat Coulter, ' 45; Jeanne Ramsay, ' 45, President; Betty Swift, ' 45, Secretary,- Mary Worsham, ' 45, Vice-President,- Frances Glennon, ' 45; Norma Kelly, ' 45; Virginia Doyle, ' 46. Front Row: Billie Jones, ' 45; Dorothy Thomas, ' 45,- Loii Palmer, ' 45; Barbara Stieler, ' 45; Barbara Novy, ' 45; Jean Laird, ' 47,- Phyllis Eggle- ton, ' 46. Missing: Barbara Griffiths ' 47; Jean Hotchkin, ' 46; Joy Low, ' 46,- Dorothy Watson, ' 47. 141 COLLEGIATE SOROSIS . . . i lift I I I I I I t I 8 t f Top Row: Lucy Rutherford ' 47, Sally Sellon ' 47, Guiltekin Aga Oglu ' 46, Ann Donnelly ' 46, Ruth White ' 46, Joan Schnettler ' 47, Signe Hegge ' 47, Sally Kennedy ' 46, Joan Lochner ' 46, Evelyn Mills ' 46, Mary Caroline Wade ' 47, Joan Thomas ' 46. Row Three: Ann Speed ' 46, Joan Frantz ' 45, Sally Smith ' 47, Helen Baldwin ' 46, June Retzlaff ' 46, Mary Soderberg ' 46, Lucy Anne Purdom ' 47, Christine Smith ' 46, Patricia Picard ' 47, Marilyn Jenkins ' 46, Virginia Stone ' 46, Naomi Sawyer ' 46. Row Two: Patricia Nixon ' 45, Mary Lee Grossman ' 45, Carol Evans ' 46, Stewardess,- Sally Diekema ' 46, Secretary,- Marieta Tobey ' 45, Vice-President,- Harriet Skinner ' 45, President; Ruth Mary Picard ' 45, Treasurer,- Louise Forbush, ' 45, Anne Barlow ' 45, Madeline Me Math ' 45. Front Row: Marian Kuechenmeister ' 45, Margaret Sadler ' 45, Joyce McCormick ' 45, Marjorie Rutherford ' 45, Allen Armstrong ' 45, Florence Atwood ' 45, Maurine Harwood ' 45, Margaret Anderson ' 45. Established at Michigan . , 1501 Washtenaw 1886 142 Founded at Boston University . . . 1888 lota Chapter established ... 1 894 718 Tappan DELTA DELTA DELTA Top Row: Pricilla Hicks, ' 47; Carol Giordano, ' 46; Mary Jean Anderson, ' 47; Barbara Defnet, ' 47; Charlotte Rueber, ' 45; Joyce Fris, ' 47; Peggy Cummings, ' 47; Evelyn McGee, ' 46; Vivian Cook, ' 45; Marjorie McCabe, ' 45. Second Row: Lisa Skillern, ' 45; Emily Knapp, ' 46; Rhea Christian, ' 46; Mary Lou Hollway, ' 46; Joan Gallup, ' 46; Carol Framburg, ' 46; Rosem ary Marin, ' 47; Patricia Hayes, ' 47; Marjorie Stone, ' 47; Jean Winfield, ' 46; Marilyn Moore, ' 45. Third Row: Nancy Reber, ' 46; Shirlee Keddie, ' 45; Margaret Brown, ' 45,- Betty McDonald, ' 45, Recording Secretary; Martha Frey, ' 45, House President; Mary Jane Thielen, ' 45, Chapter President; Ann Lyon, ' 45; Dorothy Kittredge, ' 45; Barbara Heym, ' 45; Margaret Morgan, ' 45; Joyce Haynes, ' 45. Front Row: Mary Louise Young, ' 46; Marjorie Begle, ' 45; Suzanne Sedgewick, ' 47; Cora Talbot, ' 47; Katherine Burton, ' 46; Patricia Burton, ' 46; Margaret Kohr, ' 46; Harriet Shinnick, ' 46; Mavis Kennedy, ' 45. Missing: Mary Louise Kimball, ' 45; Jane Kneedler, ' 45, Treasurer; Mary Palmer, ' 46; Ruth Williams, " 45. 143 .. DELTA GAMMA Top Row: Marcia Welman, ' 47; Roberta Ames, ' 47,- Jane Hoek, ' 45; Margaret Scowden, ' 47; Phyllis Willman, ' 46,- Jean Raine, ' 47; Charlene Golay, ' 47; Helen Bowerman, ' 47; Emily Tillon, ' 46. Second Row: Mary Straatsma ' 46; Suzanne Arnstein, ' 45, Barbara Linehan, ' 45; Mary Ulrich, ' 45; Margaret Meyer, ' 45; Mary Ellen Ward, ' 45; Louise Whipple,- Elizabeth Needham; ' 46; Mary Ann Berger, ' 46; Barbara Brown, ' 45; Jean Aldrige, ' 45. Third Row: Jean Zagelmeier, ' 47; Kathryn Eddy, ' 45; Pam Watts, ' 45, Vice-President; Patricia Clark, ' 45, President; Jean Gaffney, ' 46, Treasurer; Jean Athay, ' 46; Martha Schmitt, ' 45; Elizabeth Reade, ' 45. Front Row: Ruthann Bales, ' 46; Dorothy Wantz, ' 46; Patricia Rose, ' 46; Patricia Brown, ' 45; Rosemary Stapp, ' 46; Nancy Jefford, ' 46; Beth Semon, ' 46. Founded at Oxford Institute . . . 1874 Xi Chapter established . . . 1884 1205 Hill 144 Founded at Syracuse University . . . 1874 Beta Chapter Established . , .1882 1520 South University PHI BETA Top Row: Joan Bush, ' 46; Hazel Ruettinger, ' 45; Jean Wiechel, ' 47; Eleanor Searles, ' 45; Barbara Bingham, ' 46; Helen Whiting, ' 46; Chloe Heitsh, ' 45,- Markie Gage, ' 47; Toni Petty, ' 45; Betty Houk, ' 47. Second Row: Sally Dresse, ' 45; Louise Threlkeld, ' 47; Marilyn Watt, ' 47; Leila Anderson, ' 46; Laurie Orr, ' 47; Helen Stevens, ' 45; Barbara Kevil, ' 45; Frances Thompson, ' 46; Lois Bassett, ' 46; Helen Smith, ' 47; Janet Moegan, ' 47. Third Row: Barbara Butler, ' 45; Sally Larson, ' 46,- Rosemary Klein, ' 45, Corresponding Secretary,- Jane Arner, ' 46, Treasurer,- Deborah Parry, ' 45, President; Dorothy Steffes, ' 45, Vice-President; Ruth MacNeal, ' 45, Recording Secretary,- Betty Raymond, ' 46; Suzanne Mason, ' 45; Joan Stevens, ' 47. Front Row: Barbara Everett, ' 47; Mary Lou Estell, ' 46; Roberta Hornsby, ' 46,- Doris Heidgen, ' 46,- Sally Kelly, ' 45; Nancy Upson, ' 45; Flo Kingsbury, ' 47, Kay Klintworth, ' 45. 145 r KAPPA ALPHA THETA Top Row: Jane McCammon, ' 46; Carolyn Brown, ' 46; Jymy West, ' 46; Mary Carpenter, ' 47; Ann Hanselman, ' 47; Joanne Smith, ' 45; Ann Lippincott, ' 47; Mary Vedder, ' 45; Nancy Hubbard, ' 47; Connie Essig, ' 47; Marjorie Ronal, ' 46; Margery Harris, ' 46; Marian Sharkey, ' 47; Phil Van Broeklin, ' 47. Second Row: June Luttrell, ' 47; Nancy Wolfs, ' 47; Peggy Bartell, ' 45; Josephine Simpson, ' 47; Jacqueline Merritt, ' 47; Doris Willard, ' 47; Mary Edison, ' 46; Jean Kerr, ' 47; Betty Vaughn, ' 46; Jacqueline Augspurger, ' 45; Ruth McMorris, ' 47; Sybil Schallenberger, ' 47; Dorothy White, ' 46; Mary Jane Sparrow, ' 45; Sally Seidman, ' 45; Ann Kutz, ' 47. Third Row: Patricia Coryell, ' 47; Ann Highly, ' 45; June Willard, ' 45; Margaret Carlisle, ' 45; Donnie Lockwood, ' 45; Margaret Heath, ' 45, Treasurer,- Jean Harkness, ' 45, Corresponding Secretary,- Mary Ann Jones, ' 45, President; Barbara Bathke, ' 45, Recording Secretary,- Marian Gilbreth, ' 45, Vice-President; Barbara Eddy, ' 45; Barbara Chadwick, ' 45; Nita Carritte, ' 45; Suzanne Springer, ' 45. Front Row: Eleanor Ruhl, ' 47; Alice Pyle, ' 46; Barry Stewart, ' 47,- Barbara Longway, ' 46; Cassie Verschoor, ' 47,- Carolyn Connant, ' 45; Jane Longstaff, ' 45; Mary Elizabeth Burke, ' 45; Julie Slokum, ' 45; Marge Guigou, ' 45; Jane Archer, ' 46. Missing: Edna Kennedy, ' 46. Founded at DePauw University . . . 1870 Eta Chapter established . . .1879 1 41 4 Washtenaw 146 Founded at DePauw University . . . 1870 Sigma Beta Chapter established . , . 1893 1620 Cambridge Road KAPPA DELTA Top Row: Jeanne Storm, ' 46; Elizabeth Larsen, ' 47; Barbara Scouler, ' 46; Betty Fosberg, ' 46; Ruth Burns, ' 47,- Patricia Hann, ' 47; Elaine Pew, ' 47,- Doris Stern, ' 47; Dorothy Campbell, ' 46; Rosalind LaBounty, ' 47; Nancy Cory, ' 47; Pat Tyler, ' 46. Second Row: Jane Brown, ' 46; Margaret Sower, ' 46; Janet Young, ' 47; Vivian Gradolph, ' 46; Kathleen Kaye, ' 47; Jean MacKaye, ' 46; Margaret Hoik, ' 47; Nancy Thomssen, ' 46; Carolyn Ryle, ' 46; Betty Bentley, ' 46; Alleta Ledgerwood, ' 47. Third Row: Nancy McDurmitt, ' 46; Nancy Pottinger, Treasurer ' 45; Jean Morgan, ' 46; Delilah Murrah, ' 46, Secretary,- Mary Jane Janiga, ' 45, President; Florence Underwood, ' 45; Vice-President,- Norma Johnson, ' 46; Eleanor Brown, ' 45. Front Row: Janice Ward, ' 47, Elaine Eagle, ' 47,- Jeannette Drouillard, ' 45; Marcheta Frye, ' 45; Dorothy del Siena, ' 45; Betty Hall, ' 45; Betty Jones, ' 47; Marilyn Crisp, ' 47. Missing: Patricia Grover, ' 45; Patricia Maser, ' 45,- Edna Martz, ' 46; Martha Ann Good, ' 46. 147 r KAPPA HAIl A GAMMA Top Row: Patricia Heustis, ' 47,- Patty Owens, ' 47; Martha Manton, ' 46; Shirley Krause, ' 45; Barbara Dewey, ' 47; Connie Coulter, ' 47; Barbara Sisson, ' 47, Jean Brown, ' 47; Lucy Stone, ' 47; Hilary Jenswold, ' 47; Joan Buckmaster, ' 47; Virginia Councell, ' 47. Fourth Row: Barbara Stanton, ' 46, June Sawyer, ' 45; Shirley Sickels, ' 46; Carleen Gormsen, ' 46; Margaret Carroll, ' 46, Pat Daniels, ' 46; Catherine Shilson, ' 46; Marian Johnson, ' 46; Nancy Gillette, ' 46; Marcia Netting, ' 45; Eleanor Matteson, ' 45; Theodora Banta, ' 45. Third Row: Carol Miller, ' 45; Peggy Church, ' 45; Mrs. Owen,- Beth King, ' 45; Patricia Heil, ' 45; Dorothy Castricum, ' 45, President; Natalie Mattern, ' 45, Vice-President; Phyllis Crawford, ' 45, Treasurer,- Marcia Sharpe, ' 45; Shelby Dietrich, ' 45; Georgianna Root, ' 45; Jean Campbell, ' 45. Second Row: Annette Chapman, ' 46; Dorothy Hayden, ' 46; Joan Lynch, ' 46, Elizabeth Carpenter, ' 45; Mary Helen Hovey, ' 45; Barbara Nixon, ' 47; Peggy Allen, ' 47; Martha Jane Gault, ' 47; Elaine Raiss, ' 47; Dorothy Ann Jenkins, ' 46, Emily Minthorn, ' 47. Front Row: Doris Nickloy, ' 45; Mary Rookus, ' 47; June Mclntosh, ' 47; Dody Hofmann, ' 45; jimmy Creber, ' 46. Founded at Monmouth College Beta Delta Chapter established 1204 Hill . 1870 . 1890 148 _ Founded at Monmouth College . 1867 Michigan Beta Chapter established 1888 836 Tappan PI EETA PHI Top Row: Nancy Sherrick, ' 47, Jenny Fitch, ' 46; Jean Hole, ' 47; Mary Cochran, ' 47, Carol Anderson, ' 46; Pat Doelle, ' 47; Jean Parker, ' 47; Tat Schneider, ' 47; Rosemary Knox, ' 46, Carol Watt, ' 46; Margerine Sadler, ' 46. Second Row: Barbara Cartier, ' 47, Gwen Switzer, ' 46, Betsy Perry, ' 46; Greta Lee Kranz, ' 46, Marjorie Seibert, ' 46; Ann Robinson, ' 47; Bettyanne Pritchard, ' 47; Barbara Fairman, ' 46; Virginia Brady, ' 45. Third Row: Naomi Miller, ' 45; Ann Cook, ' 45, Treasurer,- Eleanor Ketcham, ' 45, Vice-President, Beverly Gotschall, ' 45, Recording Secretary,- Ruth Maloney, ' 45, President; Barbara Swain, ' 45, Corresponding Secretary,- Annie Laurie Stanton, ' 45; Gloria Rewaldt, ' 45. Front Row: Avery Grant, ' 47,- Eveline Lough, ' 46; Barbara Fitch, ' 45,- King, C.D., C.D.X., U.D., Mascot,- Barbara Wallace, ' 45; Paula Brower, ' 46,- Katherine Best, ' 46. Missing: Helen Anderson, ' 45; Dona Guimareas, ' 46; Martha Kirkpatrick, ' 46; Pat MacGregor, ' 45,- Mackay McCord, ' 47,- Isabel Morrison, ' 46; Helen Wicker, ' 46. 149 SIGMA DELTA TAD Top Row: Jane Strauss, ' 46; Jean Glass, ' 46; Joy Altman, ' 46; Beverly Wittan, ' 46; Jane Hoffberger, ' 46; Betty Kamens, ' 46; Evelyn Hore- lick, ' 46; Janet Rubin, ' 46; Gladys Birnbaum, ' 46; Jean Pines, ' 46. Row Two: Louise Comins, ' 45; Joan Rothman, ' 47,- Annette Frieden, ' 47; Lorelei Nierman, ' 47; Shirley Sauter , ' 47; Gertrude Chertoff, ' 47; Betty Levy ' 47; Audrey Schudson, ' 47; Estelle Klein, ' 47; Barbara Levin, ' 47. Row Three: Joan Rieger, ' 45; Barbara Gray, ' 45; Ronnie Leitner, ' 45, Treasurer; Josephine Frosh, ' 45, Vice-President; Doris Lesser, ' 45, President; Babette Blum, ' 45, Historian,- Faye Bronstein, ' 45; Secretary,- Ricka Wolff, ' 45. Front Row: Elaine Mann, ' 46; Reva Sendler, ' 46; Shirley Troyan, ' 47; Margery Cornsweet, ' 47,- Roslyn Stiegel, ' 47; Edith Sauter, ' 46; Shirley Levin, ' 46. Founded at Cornell . . .1917 Chi Chapter established . . . 1943 1415 Cambridge Road m 150 Founded at Virginia State Normal College . . 1898 Alpha Gamma Chapter Established . . . 1920 826 Tappan Road ZCTA TAL ALPHA Top Row: Suzanne Kiser, ' 46; Dorothy Ballentine, ' 46; Marilyn Koebnick, ' 47; Geraldine Morris, ' 45; Charlotte Mack, ' 47; Mary Ketcham, ' 47; Marjory Hull, ' 47; Shirley Harper, ' 47. Row Two: Maryelle Durigg, ' 45; Olive Taylor ' 45; Marion Bassett, ' 45; Secretary,- Lee Wellman, ' 46; President; Alice MacKenzie, ' 46; Vice-President; Harriet Godshalk, ' 45, Treasurer; Joyce Wade. Front Row: Virginia Heeter, ' 46; Harriet Shoecraft, ' 45; Myra Malin, ' 46; Mildred Bennawy, ' 47; Delva Powell, ' 47. 151 Top Row: Phil Linscott; Paul Pospisil; Stu Wunch; Rich Hall. Front Row: Don Aldrich, Corresponding Secretary,- Ward Opdyke, Secretary and Treasurer; Wilmer Pierson, Venerable Dean; Bob Bald, Senior Dean,- Jack Kelso, Junior Dean. Back Row L. to R. : Paul John, Walter Zimmermann, Howard Ross, Eric Gilbert, Bob Dimmitt, Hugh Jackson. Front Row L. to R.: Tad Jaski, John Walcott, Tom Bliska (President) Bob Lindsay, (secretary-treasurer), Ray Murray, Bob Butters. DELTA UPSILON 152 Top Row: Charles Lewis,- Sylvan German, Earl Rovit,- Henry Keiser,- Les Price. Second Row: Nathan Peterman,- Norman Leff, Bud Blum,- Al Hennes,- Marshall Wallace. Front Row: Avern Cohen,- Dave Loewenberg,- Stan Wallace, Prior,- Jerry Lewis, Recorder,- Fred Feigenson,- Gerrie Krause. SIGMA ALPHA MU Top Row: Kent Hopkins,- William Emery,- Robert Semler,- George Beresford,- Heini Kessler,- Jerry Mulder,- War- ren Ochring. Front Row: Earl Wood,- Hugh Wanty,- Jack Zuiderveld, Secretary-Treasurer,- Robert Gittins, President,- William Taylor,- Carlos Mier, Howard Claypoole. Missing: Francis Coward, Robert Hudson, Louis King, Albert Lee, Robert Yung. THETA CHI I ALPHA DELTA PHI PENINSULAR CHAPTER 1846 Founded at Hamilton College 1832 Top Row: William Boydell, ' 48, Denis Babson, ' 45; Edward B. Holf, ' 47, Robb Rutledge, ' 47; John West, ' 47. Second Row: Emmons Smith, ' 46; James Freihofer, ' 48; John Markward, ' 47; Edward Kelloff, ' 46; Bruce Hilkene, ' 47. Seated: Harry Skinner, ' 46; Miner Keeler, ' 47, Secretary,- Charles Ness, ' 46, President; Prof. Edward Ham, Resident Counselor; John Anderson, ' 47, Treasurer, Frank Little ' 48. Missing: Herbert Upton, ' 47, Vice-President; Jay Petter, ' 48; Arthur Clements, ' 48. 154 ALPHA TAU OMEGA BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER . .1888 Founded at Virginia Military Institute . . . 1865 Top Row: Don Parker,- James McCavey,- Vincent Secontine,- Hugh Cameron David Victor,- Gene Lamont; William Masters,- William Healy,- Richard Seguare. Row Two: Edward Anthony,- William Koeller,- William Gregory,- Robert Maulbetsch; Uriel Ham,- Keith McKenney,- Alan McManus,- Carl Roth,- William Breen,- George Acton. Row Three: Robert Keselring,- Clayton Gordon,- Douglas James, Secretary,- Charles Van Pelt, Treasurer; Philip Marcellus, President,- Jack Ryan, Vice-President; Kenneth Hannah,- John Gordon; Nicholas Krusko. ont Row: Robert Langevin,- Edward Lathrop,- Fred Boxold; Walter Gibbs,- Blair Bedient; Edward Shatter. Missing: Robert Manley. 155 BETA THETA PI LAMBDA CHAPTER . . .1845 Founded at Miami University . 1839 Top Row: Frederick Dyson,- William Kerr,- Cameron Lombard; Frank Houseman; William Haynes ; Manuel de Valle; Charles McKinley,- Jacob Mourner,- William Everson. Second Row: Millage Bullard; Ralph Neely; Richard Seiti; Richard Marsh; Dan Deven- dorf,- William Harshbarger; Harold Fletcher; Chester Boltwood; Robert Bennett. Front Row: James Kerr, Treasurer,- Donald Davie,- George McCallum, Corresponding Secretary,- Richard Moon, President; Charles Telfer, Recording-Secretary,- Richard Forrestel; Hillary Williams. Missing: Warren Holmes, Vice-President,- William Telfer. 156 CHI PHI ALPHA TAU CHAPTER . . . 1921 Founded at College of New Jersey . . . 1824 Top Row: Ray Shinn,- Bill Billington; Bob Ernst. Front Row: Steve Kiefer,- Mai Lowther,- Roger Jacobi, President; Ray Dixon. 157 DELTA KAPPA EPSILQN OMICRON CHAPTER . . .1855 Founded at Yale University . . 1844 Top Row: Richard Foss,- Earl Ramsey,- Henry Meyers,- George Babe. Front Row: James Page,- Gerardo Coterillo,- Robert Andrews, Secretary-Treasurer,- Frederick Matthei, President; Maurice Dunne,- Don Wilkinson. Missing: Carl Moore,- Malcolm Barnum,- Theodore Merrill. 158 DELTA TAU DELTA DELTA CHAPTER . . Founded at Bethany College 1874 1858 Top Row: Albert Cherry, ' 46, Kneel Welch, ' 47,- Willis Reed, ' 46; Lou Neilson ' 46- Byron Webb, ' 47; Robert Sells, ' 46; Joe Millilo, ' 46. Second Row: Leon Leutz, ' 46; John Wyers, ' 46; Paul Prill, ' 46, Richard Dreher, ' 46; Fred Seegert, ' 46; M. Arthur Detrisac, ' 46; Jay Johnson, ' 47, Henry Nikkei, ' 45; Zolton Horvath, ' 46; Robert Collins, ' 46. Front Row: Herm Morin, ' 46; Richard Demark, ' 46; Tom Nobles, ' 46; Ralph Maynard, ' 46, Vice-President; William McConnell, ' 46, President,- William Nielson, ' 46, Treasurer ' Robert Webster, ' 46, Secretary,- Richard Freeman, ' 46; Frank Lohman, ' 46. Missing: Franklin Royster, ' 48; William Burmeister, ' 47. 159 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER . . 1913 Founded at Boston College . . . 1909 Top Row: William Tornow,- Kenneth Rice,- Charles Fairman,- Thomas Zeerip,- Verne Schroder, Allen Raymond,- Arthur Belmonte,- Robert W. Schmidt; James Richardson,- Robert L. Smith. Front Row: Samuel Rupert; Francis Nutto; Donald Snider,- Frank Myers,- Robert Young. Missing: William Adams. 160 PHI DELTA THETA ALPHA CHAPTER . 1864 Founded at Miami University . . . 1848 Top Row: Bob Allen, Pete Canal; Dick Hurd; Ronald Poe, Ben Randolph; Bob Yturrid; Bob Thomason,- Bob Skau,- Dan Tinkam. Second Row: Ned Harris,- Don Forman,- John Ellis,- Bob Thorenson,- Bob McCollom,- Dick Amos,- Bob Williams,- Bill Lambert,- Bob Dillion,- Jim Thompson. Third Row: David Laurin,- Dick Chenoweth,- Francis Bade,- Charles Walton; Bliss Bowman, President; Bill Wenzlau,- Homer Simons,- Fred La ymon. Front Row: Earl Schumacher,- George Sheppard,- Gerald Cooley,- Joseph Bush,- Russell Baker, John Benson. Missing: Bob lifer,- Dick Mixer; Bill Culligan,- Don Lund; Don Ingham,- David Dutcher,- Roy Boucher,- Eugene Sikorovsky,- Fred Shipper!,- James Alexander,- William Boer, Tom Armstrong,- Robert Hamilton. 161 PHI GAMMA DELTA ALPHA PHI CHAPTER . . .1885 Founded at Jefferson College . . . 1848 Top Row: Tom Heaton,- Bill Thiedel; Ken Bedell; J. D. Wheeler,- George Darrow,- Bill McDaid; Verne Judd,- Phil McLean. Second Row: Fritz O ' Dell,- Bob Janiga,- Bob Hays Jack Rohrbaugh,- Bob Champion,- Ross Hume, Bob Dunlap,- Jim Funk,- Jim Mullkey,- Charles Helmich. Third Row: Charles Holland,- Bob Precious,- Jim Maclssac, Secretary,- Paul Ehinger, Treas- urer; Phil Holcombe, President,- Charles English, Corresponding Secretary,- Nich Petnick, Historian; Bob Grandy,- Ken Allen. Front Row: Glenn Merf; Bill McGowan,- Bud Geimer,- Howard Joyce,- Martin Cranston,- John Kelly,- Collins Swords,- Bob Guy. 162 rrJH PHI KAPPA PSI ALPHA CHAPTER . . .1876 Founded at Jefferson College . . . 1852 Top Row: Johnny Jones, Mascot,- Newton Skillman,- John Fisher,- Donald Glanton,- William Dougherty; Richard Slocum. Second Row: Kenneth Heron,- Eugene Yagnizscak; Alan McNab; Fred Comlossy,- Allen Neiber Front Row: Dewey Tennant; Paul Gordon,- Robert Hibbs,- Dick Strickland, President; Howell Spear,- Alan Boyd, Secretary. Missing: Harry Smith,- William Crick; Dave Evans,- Bud Clausser. 163 PHI SIGMA DELTA ETA CHAPTER . . . 1916 Founded at Columbia University . . .1909 Top Row: Alan Halpin,- Mitchell Pincus,- Louis Ravitch; Sam H. Goodman; Beryle Walters,- James K Ely. Second Row: Gilbert Silverman,- Burton Agata,- Allan Fabricant; Willard Greenwald,- Harold Gross,- Arnold Levy; Leonard Light. Third Row: William Behrens,- Edward Kane; Irving Stahl, Vice Master Prater; David Bikoff, Master Prater,- Norman Schaeffer, Treasurer,- Channing Lipson, Secretary,- Robert Schwartz. Front Row: Harvey Schneiderman; William Barish,- Donald Sheldon,- Robert Epstein,- Philip Soloway; David Brodman. Missing: Marvin Shapiro,- Norman Ginsberg,- Robert Siegel; Allan Sosin. 164 ti I PSI UPSILON PHI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED Founded at Union College . . 1865 1833 Top Row: David Wagner; Jack Campbell; John Upjohn,- Gordon Adams,- William Hess,- Herbert Campbell. Second Row: Dogan Arthur, Recording Secretary Vice-President; William Longford, President; William Jones, Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer. Front Row: Toar Richter,- Donald Hagerman,- David Christy,- Jay Huntington,- John Jens- wold, Charles Lauritsen,- Robert Beatty. 165 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON IOTA BETA CHAPTER . . Founded at University of Alabama 1889 . 1856 Top Row: Norb Harz,- Ray Simmons,- Verne Scott; Bob McMillan; George McKee; Bill Scheef; Ted McKillop; Bob Larsen. Second Row: Jerry Gooley; Floyd Miller,- Carsten Orberg,- Don Larmee,- Bob Hagemeyer; Bob Kind,- Don LeVan,- Joe Thompson,- Lou Gulfo,- Ray Sounders. Third Row: George Haskell; Bill Bliler,- Bob Spurrier,- Friti Hediger, Secretary,- Paul Werler, Vice-President,- Borge Orgerg, Treasurer; Doug Clark,- Dick Barnard. Front Row: Tom MacLachlan,- Don Forney,- Link Bennett; B. K. Bowman,- Tony Spada,- George Vetter,- Bob Beister. Missing: Bob Ruggles, President; Dick Tabor,- Werner Janssen; Fred Lounsberry,- Don Carter,- Bob Kipper. 166 I rv I r l SIGMA CHI THETA THETA CHAPTER Founded at Miami University 1877 1855 Top Row: John O ' Connor; Hugh Tuttle; Charles Higgins; Robert Hiltman; Philip Modlin,- William Sola,- Claude Hesse,- Ivan Hayes; Ed Ladd; Jack Bailey,- Andy Allen. Second Row: William Gilman,- Robert McFadden,- George Hutter,- Rodney Anderson,- Glen White,- Newell Wright; Stanley Peterson,- Charles Unbehaun,- James Scoville; Lamar Kishlar,- Norman Robbers. Third Row: Albert Schaufelberger,- Robert Eschan,- Coe M. Best, Treasurer,- Robert Grieder, Secretary,- Robert Actor, President; Robert Morley, Vice-President; Rom Bayless James Martin,- John Rokos,- Pete Disher. Front Row: Cyrus Brown,- Paul Harrison,- Jack Gore,- Robert Harvey,- Morris Hill; Charles Young,- Robert Miller,- Hugh Bartley. Missing: Ralph Ross,- Dudley Klopfer,- Dave Fairless,- Jim Clear,- Win Taplin,- Richard Shryock,- Warren Benz,- Herbert Bartlett,- Roger Cneverini; Tom Ryland; Robert Neu- mann,- Robert Davis,- Neil Hammon,- William Redman. 167 SIGMA PHI EPSILON MICHIGAN ALPHA CHAPTER . . . 1912 Founded at University of Richmond . . . 1901 Top Row: Russ Johnson,- Bob Henderson,- Mert Church,- Russ Youngdahl,- George O ' Brien,- Frank Eger. Second Row: V. Loren Brooks,- Don Kowalick,- Dick King,- Garver Wilson,- Paul O ' Hara. Third Row: Roy Ahonen,- Dick Burmeister,- Bob Hicks,- Bob Clark; Jack Probert. Fourth Row: Hank Cowlin,- Jim Finegan,- Jim Wallis, Frank Ruzicka,- Bob Muchow. Front Row: Frank Ruck,- Comptroller,- Malcom Milks, Secretary,- Harry Scott, President; Don MacKinnon, Vice-President. Missing: Don Lindquist,- Archie Carmichael; Bob Witkowski,- Frank Meiners,- Clarence Brimmer; John Timms. 168 THETA DELTA CHI GAMMA DEUTERON CHAPTER . . .1889 Founded at Union College . . . 1847 Back Row: William Conant; Robert Bloomer Russel Walstrum,- Joseph Robbins William Malthop; Donald Draper James Cotner Ronald Good. Front Row: William Thomas William Lee. Vice-President John Morris, President Marvin Holter, Secretary Bernard Pittman, Treasurer Eugene Hildebrandt. Missing: Allan Anderson. 169 ZETA BETA TAU PHI CHAPTER . . . 1912 Founded at City College of New York . 1898 Top Row: Ronald Greenberg, ' 48,- Albert Klein, ' 48,- Morton Scholnick, ' 46, Vice-Pres- ident; Harvey Oslan, ' 48; Bud Tamarkin, ' 47; Al Lowenstein,- Harry Lieberman, ' 47; Frank Honigsbaum, ' 47; William Kogen, ' 47; Jack Gold, ' 48; Alvin Harris, ' 48; Ronald Rothstein, ' 48; Frederic Arnstein, ' 48; Warren Witus, ' 48, Arthur Markey, ' 48. Front Row: Allan Bratman, ' 48, Secretary,- Bernard Brown, ' 48; Ed Schreiber, ' 45, President; Stanley Perimeter, ' 46; Leonard Nemerovski, ' 45; William Berman, ' 48; Edward Blumberg, ' 47, Treasurer,- Martin Kabcinell, ' 47. Missing: Martin Feferman,- Arthur Gronik, ' 47; Morton Hartz, ' 47,- Joel Salon,- Bennett Shulman, ' 47,- Charles Wurtzburger, ' 47. 170 ZETA PSI XI CHAPTER . . .1858 Founded at New York University . . .1847 Top Row: Donald Mandich; Robert Gaukler,- Andrew Poledor; Robert Joseph; Alan Boegehold; Kenneth Gould; Charles Little; Eugene Bellinger,- Albert Ohlmacher. Front Row: William Essery,- Gabriel Danch; Edward Runge, Secretary; Lewis Sappington, President; George Engel, Vice-President; Harry Tanner; Donald Herman. Missing: William Johnson; Earl Janda. 171 MEMBERS AND PLEDGES: Lt. WilletS. Moore, USNR Lt. Henry Renfert, USNR Lt. George A. Rupp, USNR PFc. J. R. McWilliams A-S Charles R. Henderson A-S William R. Ryburn Cornelius M. Harper, Jr. CHI PSI Alpha Epsi Ion Chapter 1845 Founded at Union College . . . 1841 Top Row: Martha Bradshaw, Junior Advisor; Alicent Epps, Treasurer,- Dorothy Klopfenstine, Senior Advisor. Front Row: Bethine Clark, Vice-President; Ann Terbrueggen, President; Joan Kintzing, Secretary. A HT HA COOK Martha Cook Building 906 S. University House Director: Mrs. Diekema 174 Top Row: Mary Alice Dunivan,- Barbara Fuller,- Jeanette Cole,- Evelyn Pease; Lenora Bandkau. Second Row: Virginia Calville,- June Leslie, Vice-President; Helen Masson, Secretary,- Florence Eckberg, President,- Nancy Macpherson, Treasurer,- Marcella Phelps. Front Row: Lois Hansen,- Glenice Render,- Janice Weatherill; Beth Fraser. STOCKWELL HALL STOCKWELL HALL 1343 N. University House Director: Mrs. Martha L. Ray 175 Top Row: Grace Hansen; Betty Beck; Olive Dickson,- Barbara Roehm,- Ruth Reiman,- Agnes Moore; Mary Ann Sleder,- Margaret Pyle. Second Row: Jacquelin Ehnard; Margaret Carr; Clarisse Finkbeiner, President; Constance Norwold, Treasurer,- Helen Huntington; June Brand. Front Row: Phyllis Gorbutt; Marion Jones; Mary Ann Eibler; Jane Richardson,- Pat Carr, Secretary. O 1 1 I 1 ALL MOSHER JORDAN HALL 200 Observatory House Director: Mrs. Frederick C. Klein 176 Top Row: Jean Gringle, Vice-President; Gretel Schinner, Secretary Mary Gardner,- Eleanor Weber, Treasurer. Front Row: Dorothea Townshend, President; Sue Smith. JORDAN HALL MOSHER JORDAN HALL 200 Observatory House Director: Mrs. Dane W. Poppleton 177 Standing: Pat Gordon, Social Chairman; Betty Ann Knapp, Treasurer,- Ruth Hooker, Vice-President Harriett Jackson, War Activities Chairman; Mary Brush, Secretary. Seated: Betsy Follin, President. HELEN NEWBERRY HELEN NEWBERRY RESIDENCE 432 S. State Street House Director: Mrs. Walter Newell. 178 Top Row: Phyllis Subbera, Vice-President; Cornelia Groefsema, President; Annette Anderson, Treasurer. Front Row: June Ide, War Activities Chairman,- Dorothy Edgar, Social Chairman; Marjorie Bean, Secretary. BETSY EAUEOUH BETSY BARBOUR HOUSE 420 S. State Street House Director: Mrs. Hazel D. Overton. 179 DAY HOUSE Officers: Angeline Goodwyn, President; Gwendolyn Helm, Treasurer; Jeanne Parsons, Social Chairman. Top Row: Betty Benow; Gwendolyn Helm, Treasurer, Patricia Haley,- Florence Morley,- Joyce Ludorie,- Betty Lobensky,- Rosemary Vorys. Second Row: Helen Morley,- Betty Pressprick, Carolyn Daley,- Maureen Ryan,- Patricia Ryan,- Peggy Ward,- Margot Breitmeyer,- Margaret Edwards. Front Row: Angeline Goodwyn, President; Shirlee Dowell,- Olive Chernow,- Margaret Bubo,- Joan Silk,- Glee Dudgeon,- Jeanne Parsons, Social Chairman,- Kay Johnson. CEDDES HOUSE L 4 Officers: Doris Trumpeter, President; Zoe Fulton, Vice-President; Fay Miller, Secretary. Top Row: Nancy Snider,- Mildred Weeks,- Edna Lofstedt,- Agnes Jackson, Zoe Fulton,- Thelma Clark,- Leila Stein,- Rose- mary Conner,- Elizabeth Bloomstrom. Second Row: Rose Marie Bonczak,- Nita Walbridge,- Fay Miller,- Jane Strack,- Patricia Pontius,- Sue Wade,- Clair Dritz,- Doris Trumpeter. Front Row: Mary Chapman,- Patricia Neville; Dorothy Giauque,- Janet Bancroft,- Gerrie Selinger,- Nessa Meyer, Sybil Katz,- Lorna Fleming. 180 LOCK WOOD MANOR OFFICERS: Jean Pettigrew, President; Pat Chaffee, Vice-President; Pat Hanson, Secretary,- Ellajean Al- lard, Treasurer. Top Row: Cecelia Wei; Donna Houck,- Eleanor Johnson,- Alice Carlson. Second Row: Naida Chernow,- Pat Hampson,- Ellajean Allard. Third Row: Marilee Diamond,- Pat Wilson,- Ethel Gordon,- Pat Chaffee,- Lillian Lum. Front Row: Gladys Martin,- Thelma Schlesinger,- Jean Pettigrew, Jean Lipke,- Gerry Teipel; Marg O ' Leary. TAPPAN HOUSE Officers: Helen Alpert, President; Janis Goodman, Vice-President; Annette Shenlcer, Recording Secretary; Audrey Kline, Financial Secretary. Top Row: Renee Glick,- Floraine Frank,- Marjorie Fisher,- Pearl Epstein,- Barbara Polowe,- Regina Gruen,- Bernice Nemeroff; Betty Leavitt. Second Row: Mrs. Cordes, Housemother,- Annette Shenker, Recording Secretary,- Janis Goodman, Vice-President; Helen Alpart, President; Audrey Kline, Financial Secretary,- Norma Coppersmith. Front Row: Elaine Greenbaum,- Ethel Isenberg,- Gertrude Ginsburg,- Sally Lichtig,- Sonya Heller,- Aline Golincoln,- Judith Pregerson. 181 Top Row: Helen Gray, Pat Campbell; Lois Davis,- Hazel Mills,- Clara Albiston,- Virginia Bailey,- Ruth Nave; Marian Dunlap,- Marjorie Dick,- Katherine Stasewich. Second Row: Claudia Ivash; Olga Metropolsky,- Dorothy Kline, Evelyn Phillips,- Ruby Joan Kuhlman; Sally Smythe, Helen Briggs,- Barbara jean Smith. Front Row: Pat Cameron,- Shirley Pope,- Janet Cook,- Isabel Milne,- Jean Richards,- Elise Cambon. ADELIA CHEEVER Adelia Cheever Residence 516 E. Madison House Director: Mrs. William Glass. OFFICERS Ruby Joan Kuhlman . . President Evelyn Phillips . . . Vice-President Sally Smythe . Secretary-Treasurer 182 L REGISTRATION Section three, Tuesday and Thursday at ten? Flustered freshmen and sophisticated upperclass- men wait to classify in Waterman Gymnasium. At the right, a marine trainee poses for his annual " Ident Portrait " . Late comers file into Waterman for registration, as old friends pause out- side to compare summers and sched- ules. Careful! don ' t get the mustard on that blazer! The traditional football hotdog seems more than popular with these fans. AND HOMECOMING 98 You can lead a horse to water, but you can ' t make him drink. FTEH NOON IN A 2 " No love, no nothing " and they aren ' t kidding! C ' est La Guerre! Petrillo and the cigarette shortage . , . Life just ain ' t the same. Some like it hot; some like it slow, but we ' re not in a musical mood. Chug-a-lug, chug-a-lug! Who says you can ' t make him drink! J-HOP AND SENIOR BAL Over 2,000 enjoy THE dance of the year. Cinderellas and their beaus make the most of their time till curfew. Hal Mclntyre and his band inspired many a worn-out slipper. The committee including Paul John, chairman; Bill McConnell, decorations,- Norma Johnson and Alene Loeser, publicity,- John Sorice, floor,- Mort Scholnick and Dick Mixer, band; and Jean Wick and Doris Heidgen, programs and patrons,- made Victory Ball a fitting substitute for J-Hop and Senior Ball. Hey, P. J., how ' s that V-Ball strategy? THE WEST QUAD SHIPS BALL You can always count on the Navy for a good party. They have such a good time it ' s contagious. GOES ASHORE Remember, sailor, your eyes should follow the ball ... the U.S.O. is a favorite on shore for the navy . . . Doc takes a bath . . . Marines always get their man. ARMY MANEUVERS MILITARY BALL The Army and R.O.T.C. came out in their best bib and tucker to give us this year ' s Military Ball, Jerry Edwards and his orchestra providing the familiar tunes for Michigan jitterbugs. Left: Cadet Captain William Goldberg, and Miss Barbara Bingham Cadet Cap- tain Gerald Shreffler and Miss Juanita Reinert; Lt. and Mrs. Carlyle C. Garrick,- Lt. and Mrs. Melvin G. Flegel. R K IV C. Back to campus after an absence of a year, R.O.T.C. men find time for varied social activities in addition to their weekly drills. VETERANS ' ORGANIZATION Organized to bring all discharged veterans together so they can solve their common problems, the Veterans Organiza- tion has become one of the most important groups on campus. Part of their program includes regular contributions to the Red Cross Blood Bank and we all remember their splendid help in the successful infantile paralysis drive. BOARD OF The Board in Control of Student Publications supervises the editorial policies of the Daily and the " Michiganensian. " Composed of faculty members, alumni, and elected students, the Board appoints the heads of the various publications and controls the finances. In short, it acts in the capacity of publisher. Prof. Gail E. Densmore, Chairman Prof. Merwin H. Waterman, Secretary-Treasurer Dean Joseph A. Bursley Prof. Hobard R. Coffey Prof. Carl E. Burklund Prof. Palmer A. Throop Mr. Lee A. White Mr. W. Webb McCall Mr. Holbrooke Seltzer Mr. Robert Hume Mr. Monroe Fink 196 Publications Board (above): Jack Kelso, Editor-in-Chief; Marge Baker, Assistant Editor,- Bennet Housman, Managing Editor, Coe Best, Business Manager. Staff (below): Top Row: Donald Campbell, William Wolber, David Duttweiler, Harold Fletcher, Russell Shields, Robert Woelk. Row Two: Christ George, Walter Bergner, William Goldberg, Jack Underwood, Robert Royce. First Row: C. Phillip Stemmer,- Joyce Shapero,- Mary Pat King Mari- lyn Marsh; John Peterson. SLIDE- RULE BALL COMMITTEE Standing: Robert Bald, C. Phillip Stemmer, Robert Royce, John Peterson, Coe Best, Charles Helmick James Wallis. Missing: Bill McConnell, Harold Fletcher, Richard Seitz. 197 SPRING SENIOR EDITORS: Paul Sislin, Associate Editor, Margaret Farmer, Editorial Director,- Ray Dixon, City Editor,- Evelyn Phillips, Managing Editor. FALL SENIOR EDITORS: Ray Dixon, Associate Editor,- Evelyn Phillips, Managing Editor,- Stan Wallace, City Editor. NIGHT EDITORS: Standing: Charlotte Bobrecker, Annette Shenker, Bettyann Larsen, Mary Brush, Bob Goldman, Ray Shinn, Betty Roth. Seated at Desk: Arthur J. Kraft, Lois Iverson. 198 DAILY SPOUTS Staff: Standing: Phil Marcellus, Bud Rovit, Murray Grant, Hank Keiser, Ruth Elconin, Stan Sauherhaft. Seated: Joan Lindsay, Bill Lambert, Mary Lou Heath, Bill Mullendore, Gerry Lewis. ID A I LY WOMEN Editors: Hank Mantho, Sports Editor,- Dave Loewenberg, Associate Sports Editor. Standing: Lois Kelso, Soph Staff, Judy Rado, Soph Staff; Ellen Hill, Soph Staff,- Ann Schutz, Night Editor,- Lynn Ford, Soph Staff. Seated: Ginny Barnes, Soph Staff,- Frances Popkins, Night Editor, Betty Korash, Night Editor, Joan Wilk, Soph Staff; Stasia Zavlaris, Night Editor,- Mavis Kennedy, Womens ' Editor. Missing: Dona Guimaraes, Night Editor. DAILY BUSINESS Staff: Standing: Alice Fink, Circulations,- Dick Strickland, Accounts. Seated: Dorothy Flint, Contracts and Promotions,- Martha Schmitt, Local Advertising; Joy Altman, Service. Managers: June Pomering, Associate Business Manager,- Lee Amer, Busi- ness Manager,- Barbara Chadwick, Associate Business Manager. Harriet Pierce, Art Editor,- Jean Hotchldn, Managing Editor,- Jean Pines, Business Manager. JUNIOR EDIT. STAFF: Lorelei Nierman, Schools and Colleges,- Joan Rothman, House Groups,- Florence Kingsbury, Campus Affairs,- Ann Wallerstein, Schools and Colleges. 200 Betty Adams, Mary Haggerstrom, Elaine Andrews, Barbara Williamson, Jane Straus, Barbara Hast- ings, Jesse-May Ahrens, Estelle Klein, Jean Griese. There is, of course, with the possible exception of the Encyclo- pedia Britannica, no finer work of its kind in the entire world, than the Michiganensian. For its size, shape, weight, variety, design, copy, pictures, features, innovations (I ' ll bet you wouldn ' t believe it if we told you that the use of black print on white paper began with the ' Ensian!) it is unique. Now, much of the credit due for this quality of the Ensian must be apportioned out among Jean Hotchkin and the busy little army of drones which turns the Ensian office into such a teeming hive of activity. Ably aided and abetted by the Feverish doodlings of the Super-Art-ed, Har- riet Pierce, the canny little epigrams of the Campus Affairs Editor, Florence Kingsbury, assisted by Jean Griese, those double demons of the Schools and Colleges Section, Ann Wallerstein and Lorelei Nierman, and Joan Rothman who has adroitly handled the Campus Mansions, the staff was able to piece together this master- piece. Not a few " Hip-Hip ' s " should be whooped off for this swell Junior staff which has worked tirelessly (no priorities) for so long for so little. For the male interest we call attention to Al Srere and Bill Gillman. When they put in an appearance they were mobbed. Three or four fire-crackers should be blooped off to salute Marge Elmer and John Horeth who have been doing such a swell job as the mainstays of the Ensian Photography department. Words of praise for that swell Business staff under Jean Pines which has had such a big share in putting the Ensian across this year. (Conceited, aren ' t we?) BUSINESS S TA F F 201 THE UNION Through the combined efforts of alumni, students, and members of the faculty, the Michigan Union was established in 1907. With its motto of " Men and Friends " , it is termed as the Michigan Men ' s Club and is dedicated to acting solely in their interests. It provides facilities for efficient organization of many campus activities besides the administration of the Union Executive Council. Today as is the case all over Michigan ' s campus, the War has left its mark on the Union. One of the most worthy war- time activities, the Red Cross Blood Bank, which filled its quota every month, was sponsored by the Union. Other innovations since the War include " G. I. Stomps " and servicemen ' s bowling leagces. Servicemen are given special membership cards en- titling them to all the Union facilities. t M ilight of the year for the Michigan Union, Union Formal stands out above all. This Michigan man seems to be enjoying it anyway. H HIi H B men enjoying their club. Standing: George Darrow, Secretary. Seated: Tom Bliska, President. UNION FALL STAFF kThe officers continued the policy of " Campus f Consciousness " this fall, and the Orientation committee sponsored the customary Freshman Smoker to help the newcomers get acquainted. With the start of the football season, " Grid Shuffles " were begun, being held during each out-of-town game. The purpose was to foster new acquaintances among students and to keep attendents informed of the progress of the game. The first wartime pep rallies were held before the Indiana and Illinois games. " Kampus Kapers " was held in November under the sponsorship of the Union, League and the Daily. In addition to a fall formal dance and a Christmas party there was a " Pre " New Year ' s Eve dance. International Ball was held in January at which the guests wore native costumes of the ten nations they represented. Later came an Open House and the yearly Paul Bunyan " formal " . Jim Martin, Publicity,- Glenn White, Publicity. 204 Left: Paul John, Administration,- Dick Freeman, Administration. Left: Standing: Bob Precious, Social Chairman. Seated: Jim Plate, Social Chairman. Left: Standing: Sandy Perlis, War Activities. Seated: Bob Lindsay, House Committee Chairman; Tom Donnelly, War Activities. Top Row: Scholnick, Herrero, Iser, Boyd, Albert, Seegert, Pollock, Webb. 2nd Row: Slocum, Millillo, Sorice, Shufru, Theisner, Hurd, Sask, Bissell, Schesnick. 1st Row: Horlott, Schrenk, Walters, Helmick, Margolis. Missing: Johnson, Harrison, Agata, Jibbs, Johnson, Brody, Goodman, Bartlett. 205 Seated: Jim Plate, President. Standing: Robert Lindsay, Secretary. UNION BOARD OF DIRECTORS UNION SPRING STAFF , Following V-Ball the Union held a " Hang- r over Hop " and a St. Patrick ' s Day dance lest there be a let-down. With the advent of Spring the " Sweater Weather Hop " served as a welcoming party. All the girls wore sweaters and sweaters were given as prizes. At Easter the Bunny Hop helped compensate for the lack of a spring vacation. The " Cue Ball " was the grand finale to an all campus billiards tournament. Another big event was the " Hellzapoppin ' " dance, carried on in the tradition of Olsen and Johnson. " Campus News " was continued and the " Michigan- ettiquette " was revised. A more serious note was insected with a lobby display honoring Michigan ' s men killed in action. 206 Left: Standing: Wayne Bartlett, War Activities,- Henry Horldt, Administra- tion,- Dick Freeman, Administration. Seated: Tom Donnelley, War Activities. Left: Charles Hansen, Publicity,- Charles Helmick, Campus Affairs,- Jim Martin, Campus Affairs. Left: Standing: Bob Grandy, Social Committee; Hal Walters, House Com- mittee,- Sandy Perils, Social Committee. Missing: Dick Mixer, House Committee. Top Row: Richard Hurd, George McCallum, Bob Hamilton, Gene Sikorovsky, Dean Mills, Allen Albert, John Benson, Tom Armstrong, Jerry Comer, K. Fackind. Row Two: Mort Scholnick, Sidney Zilber, Kenneth Bissell, Gil Iser, Mel Brody, Bernard Harris. Front Row: Lawrence Bauer, Richard Seguare, Don E. Wines, George N. Spaulding, Nate Anderson,. Milan Miskovsky. 207 Standing: Ray Dixon, Jim Plate, Bo Bowman, Dick Seiti, Chuck Walton. Seated: Jim Wallis, President. Missing: Dick Barnard, Secretary,- Tom Bliska. MEN ' S JUDICIARY COUNCIL Under the leadership of James Wallis as President and Dick Barnard as Secretary, this group regulates campus elections and is the official censor of men ' s activities. Those who break rules and are to be reprimanded find this group a non-partial jury. This representative board is composed of the presidents of the following groups: The Union, The Engineering Council, The Interfraternity Council, and the Managing Editor of the Michigan Daily. During peace time, the president of the Independent Men ' s Congress which is not operating now, contributes a fifth member to the board. 208 NTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Standing: Don MacKinnon, Secretary-Treasurer,- Homer Simons,- Robert Eschan. Seated: Dewey Tennent,- Douglas James,- Bliss Bowman, President; Alan Boyd. Although many of the activities of the Interfraternity Council are necessarily curtailed, it nevertheless continues to play an important role in integrating the various phases of fraternal life on the Michigan campus. It is this group which formulates and regulates rushing rules for the twenty fraternities which have survived these three war years. Under the leadership of Bliss Bowman as president and Donald McKinnon as secretary, the organization strives to interest men in fraternities and bring about a closer relationship between these fraternities. In addition, the Interfraternity Council sponsors annual scrap drives toward the war effort and, on the recreational side presents IFC Ball, and directs the Interfraternity Sing. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL BALL 209 MICH1GAMUA ALL-CAMPUS SENIOH HONOR SOCIETY Many Graphs Coon Lone Squaw Sinclair Flying Squirrel Heath Crazy Loon Lawton Moonbeam Chaser Watkins Loping Ox Hyde Basket Maker Rea Chuckling Moose Roby Hungry Winter Smith Flaming Face Brown Running Nose Ufer Laughing Heffer Feferman Squatum Bottom Striffler Seeum Double Bob Hume Seeum Twice Ross Hume 210 V L L C A N S SENIOH ENGINEERING HONOH SOCIETY Bill Culligan, ' President Jim Wallis, Secretary Dick Barnard Clem Bauman Tom Ralph Mert Church Bob Gittens Bob Grandy Ted Greer Bob Hart Bob Henderson John Jenswold Phil Marcellus Bill McConnell Don McKinnon Paul O ' Hara Wilmer Pierson Bob Precious Russ Youngdahl 211 I Hank Mantho, President Dave Loewenberg, Secretary-Treasurer John Mullaney John Ha Bruce Hilkene oe Ponsetto alter Kell Bob Stevenson Ray Dixon Sandy Per George Darro Bo Bowman Herb Upt 212 TRIANGLES JUNIOR ENGINEERING HONOR SOCIETY Harry Watts, President Chuck Walton, Secretary-Treasurer Warren Bentz Charles Birdsall Fred Booth Robert Dolph Tom Donnelly Fred Dyson Bill Gregor Keith Harder Chuck Helmick Bob Krieger Bob Johnston John Larson Charles Lauritsen Don Lindquist John Lintol Fred Matthais Dick Mixer John Sorice Harold Walters ' John Weyers Howard Verges Dean Emmons, Honorary Member 213 " Your Lucky Strike " - Pan-Hell and Assembly Ball committee meets to plot the big doings that brought Gene Krupa late in April. MICHIGAN LEAGUE The facilities of the League serve the students in many capacities - - from dancing at I.F.C. to an afternoon snack in the Grill. The scope of League activities has widened. Among the added war-time activities are work on the Red Cross Blood Bank, Christmas boxes for soldiers at Percy Jones Hospital, and volunteer work at the hospitals. The aim of the Women ' s War Council of the Michigan League this year has been to broaden the scope of activities for the women on campus so that more of them would be included. The Council has sponsored more social functions this year and acted as a coordinator of all the war activities which have been continued this year with the exception of the Surgical Dressings Unit. Girls have been given employment and volunteer work through the new employment service of the council. Other functions of the Council include sponsoring the Red Cross Drive and continuing the work of the orientation, merit, and tutorial committees. WOMEN ' S WAR COUNCIL Top Row: Mavis Kennedy, Women ' s Editor of the Daily,- Joan Pullum, Chairman of Merit Committee,- Nora McLaughlin, Chairman of J.G.P.,- Virginia Council, Chairman of Soph Project; Naomi Miller, Chairman of Child Care,- Bette Willemin, Chairman of Orientation and Tutorial Committee,- Ruth Edberg, Chairman of U.S.O.; Jean Oilman, President of Women ' s Glee Club- Shelby Dietrich President of W.A.A. Second Row: Jean Loree, Secretary,- Natalie Mattern, President of Women ' s Judiciary Council,- Marjorie Hall, President of the Women ' s War Council; Pat Coulter, Vice-President and Personnel Administrator,- Deborah Parry, Treasurer. Front Row: Harriet Fishel, Chairman of Surgical Dressings Unit,- Mary Ann Jones, Chairman of Social Committee,- Florene Wilkins, President of Assembly Association,- Peg Laubengayer, President of Panhellenic Association. Missing: Marcia Sharpe, Chairman of Bomber Scholarship. Standing: Harriet Pierce, Junior Member,- Ruthann Bales, Junior Member. Seated: Dorothy Pugsley, Senior Member,- Natalie Mattern, President,- Cornelia Groefsema, Senior Member. Missing: Glenn McDaniels, Senior Member, Spring Term. WOMEN ' S JUDICIARY COUNCIL Syste This is the women ' s student government at Michigan and it is based on the Merit stem by which any girl wishing to attain a committee position files an application stating her qualifications and later is interviewed by the Judiciary Committee. The committee con- sists of a chairman, two seniors, and two juniors. This year four sophomores worked with the com- mittee helping with secretarial work but not as committee members. The office is always open to all women who wish to confer on the rules and regulations or make suggestions. This year they have handled all of their publicity, handled all cases referred to them by the Dean ' s Office and each semester have held a joint meeting of house presidents, directors, Judiciary Council and the Dean ' s Office for cooperating on house rules. Other times the committee works through Panhellenic and Assembly Associations. Members of the committee have contacted all the houses in their district and this has proven to be valuable. The sign-out sheets are all checked and the committee has jurisdiction over all violations. Sophomore Aides: Joan Schlee, Olive Chernow, Judy Rado, Janet Morgan. 217 Top Row: Jean Hotchkin. Booths; Edna Martz, Skits and Songs Jane Strauss, Sororities and Men ' s Dorms; Betty Vaughn, Sec- retary; Jane Arner, Treasurer; Fran Goldberg, Asst. Chairman; Claire Macauley, Dormitories,- Betty Hendel, Posters. Front Row: Ann Schutz, Publicity,- Nora MacLaughlin, General Chairman,- Rita Bregman, League Houses. SOPH PROJECT This year the Junior Girls and Sophomore Girls embarked on their projects by enlarging theirprogramsand assuming new responsibilities. The sale of war stamps and bonds to all uni- versity employees and to the men ' s dorms was included and the enthusiasm of their response showed that they too desired to be a part of the directed war effort. Volunteer work at the hospitals was very successful and Mrs. McCoy of the University Hospital expressed her apprecia- tion for the wonderful cooperation. The de- mand for girls to do this work will be even greater next year as more and more of the doctors and nurses are leaving for work in the armed services. This spring JGP presented its annual JGPlay with a great number of the Junior Girls participating. The sophomores surprised all of us by bringing back to campus the Sophomore Cabaret which had been in war- time retirement. Virginia Councell, Chairman; Joan Wilk, Ass ' t. Chairman,- Margery Harrington, Recorder; Patricia Doelle, Posters,- Shirley Hanson, Social Committee,- Carolyn Newberg, Social Chairman; Carolyn Brown, Captain,- Carolyn Daley, Captain,- Avery Grant, Captain,- Marilyn Holtom, Captain,- Shirley Spike, Captain,- Elaine Stembol, Captain,- Barbara Williamson, Captain. 218 Rosemary Klein, Secretary,- Mary Driver, Women ' s Activities,- Jo Livermore, Rushing Secretary,- Peg Laubengayer, President; Joan Wick, Treasurer. The Panhellenic Association of Michigan ' s campus has stepped up its role to continue many wartime activities although its initial purpose of maintaining friendly cooperation between sororities has not been neglected. This year the practice of exchange dinners among the eighteen sororities on campus was initiated. Panhellenic regulated rushing this year in a man- ner so as to afford rushees the opportunity to be- come acclimated to college life. Formal rushing was delayed until the Spring semester, and lasted for a period of two weeks, beginning March 9, whereas informal rushing was carried on by several sororities during the fall semester. An attractive rushing booklet was prepared and distributed to every rushee. Working in cooperation with the U.S.O., Panhellenic held coffee hours, donated mag- azines, and filled Christmas boxes for service- men. Through Panhell ' s assistance, soldiers from Percy Jones Hospital were invited to see football and basketball games, and were enter- tained at dinners by the various sororities. Pan- hellenic cooperated with Galens Society by selling Goodfellow Dailies and also sold Dime Dailies for the nationwide Infantile Paralysis Drive. A ball in April was sponsored by Pan- hellenic and Assembly Associations and the annual Panhellenic night was also held in April. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 219 ASSEMBLY ORGANIZATION FOR INDEPENDENT WOMEN Assembly Board: Jane Richardson, Vice-President; Dorothy Flint, Dormitory War Activities; Shirley Robin, Publicity,- Florene Wilkins, President; Phylis Crocker, Personnel Administrator,- Patricia Carr, Secretary-Treasurer,- Elaine Greenbaum, League House War Activities. ASSEMBLY, WE SING TO THEE Assembly, we sing to thee as we sing to the yellow and blue. We sing of staunchest loyalty and a spirit strong and true. Assembly, we sing to thee, hear our voices loud and clear. We are Michigan ' s Independent Women, and stand beside you thru the year. Assembly is the living proof of the Declaration of Independents. Claiming a large share in social events, war activities, and campus politics, the Michigan Independent Women ' s Organization has reached a new peak in activities this year. When the time comes for the summing up, Assembly will be able to boast of added inte- rests, new projects, and new life in its organization. Highlights of its successful season include a record-breaking attendance at Recognition Night, a League House dance, and the acquisition of a real office in the League Kalamazoo Room, not to mention the increased loyalty and support of the Independents on campus. Its members are still striking out towards new goals, still making new plans, with the hope that in peace time as in war, As- sembly will remain a working example of democratic self-government for Michigan ' s independent women. 220 League House Presidents: Emily Jeanne Berger, Margaret Bland, Joan Boardman, Mary Bosley, Marcia Brunk, jean Carmichael, Sally Ann Cartmell, Patricia Carnegie, Anne Christmas, Irene Clutter, Helen Cole, Conradine Doran, Marti Downing, Mary Eng, Patricia Duffy, Grace Foster. Mary Lou Franks, Shirley Gale, Hazel Giberson, Betty Goodman, Hildred Height, Twilda Hendrickson, Barbara Herman, Carolann Schneider, Kit Kati, Muriel Kleinwaks, Lucille Kasswan, Mae June Kujala, Marie Martel, Morrine Mathews, Joan McKee, Eleanor Merriman, Marilyn Meyers, Donna Jean Meyers, Celia Miller, Ann Morrow, Teddy Morse, Lois Neifert, Connie Nester, Evelyn Olsen, Robinette Burns, Patt Randall, Joan Read, Luz Rodriguez, Charlotte Shapiro, Dorothy Smith, Gloria Spricklin, Gloria Sterns, Marian Tinker, Ruth Tamblyn, Barbara Wolfe, Paula Zerman, Ruth Ziff, Dorothy Longer. HOUSE PRESIDENTS Dormitory House Presidents: Janet Cook, representative for Adelia Cheever; Dorothy Giauque, Geddes House,- Jean Whitney, Washtenaw House,- Una Wright, Woodlawn House,- Angeline Goodwyn, Day House,- Penny Klausner, Elmwood House Florence Eckberg, Stock- well; Gerry Teipel, Lockwood House. Row Two: Marian Miller, Ridgeway House; Ri Wooten, Lodge House,- Helen Alpert, Tappan House,- Estherlou Carlson, Oakwood House; Cornelia Groefsema, Betsy Barbour,- Dorothy Klopfenstill, representative for Martha Cook, Dolly Townsend, Jordan,- Patricia Williams, Chicago Lodge,- Clarisse A. Finkbeiner, Mosher. First Row: Bernice Davidow, White House,- Nancy Laird, Colonial House,- Jane Richardson, Mosher; Betsy Follin, Newberry,- Jean Van Kampen, representative for Austin House. Missing: Emily Minthorn, Hill House; Aileen Allen, Madison House,- Evelyn Hufnagel, Markley House,- Cornelia Reagan, State St. 221 Top Row: Rosemary Kline, Shelby Dietrich, Evelyn Phillips, Cornelia Grofsema, Mary Ann Jones, Jean Loree, Betty Harrison, Marjorie Hall. Second Row: Ruby Kuhlman, Ann Terbruggen, Bette Willemin, Pat Coulter, Deborah Parry. Front Row: Peg Laubengayer, Natalie Mattern. NATIONA OCIETY 222 _ Top Row: Ann Terbrueggen; Jean Oilman Joan Kintzing,- Ruby Kuhlman. 2nd Row: Lucille Genuit, Vice-President; Jane Richardson, Marjorie Hall; Shirley Robin, Evelyn Phillips, Secretary. 3rd Row: Dorothy Servis,- Florene Wilkins, Cornelia Groefsema, President, Phyllis Crocker; Janet Peterson, Treasurer. Front Row: Bethine Clark; Patricia Carr, Betty Godwin,- Lee Amer. SENIO SENIOH SOCIETT CIETY INDEPENDENT WOMEN 223 SCROLL SENIOR SOCIETY FOU l I II 111 1 1 WOMEN Top Row: Elizabeth Carpenter, Georgiana Leslie, Mary Jane Thielen, Margery Batt, Mary Lee Mason, Joyce Livermore. Second Row: Jean Wick, Joan Pullum, Nancy Pottinger, Mary Driver, Pam Watts, Mavis Kennedy. First Row: Dorothy Pugsley, Treasurer; Naomi Miller, Vice-President,- Marcia Sharpe, President; Barbara Bathke, Sec- retary,- Ruth Mary Picard. WYVERN ALL CAMPUS II SIOI HONOR SOCIETY 224 Top Row: Jean Hotchkin, Rosemary Klein, Rudy Bales, Mavis Kennedy, Claire Macaulay, Barbara Osborne, Jean Pines. Row Two: Nora MacLaughlin, Harriet Pierce, Secretary,- Fran Goldberg, President; Betty Hendel, Treasurer; Ann Schutz. Front Row: Bev Wittan, Betsy Perry, jean Gaffney, Jane Arner. Missing: Jennie Fitch. OMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION W.A.A. Board: Shelby Dietrich, President Barbara Bathke, Vice-President; Barbara Wallace, Sec- retary,- Betsy Perry, Treasurer,- Pam Watts, A.F.C.W.; Jean Gaffney, Awards,- Barbara Fairman, Interhouse Manager,- Barbara Osborne. Dormitory Manager,- Jane Archer, Sorority Manager,- Jean Brown, League House Manager,- Dona Guimaraes, Publicity. The Women ' s Athletic Association has continued to emphasize physical fitness and to encourage every girl on campus to take an active part in intramural activities or in one of the eighteen sports clubs. They have printed a booklet called " Fun and Form. " Simplicity in Sports has been the keynote of the year due to the necessity of conserving equipment and space. This year there were sixty-four teams in the basketball tourna- ment held at University High School. The bowling allies under W.A.A. management have feminine labor and this proved to be very successful. Co-recreational and sports nights were held in an attempt to bring fun and relaxation to the students from the strain of studies. Thus W.A.A. has served a dual purpose in providing recreation and exercise simultaneously. 225 Ski enthusiasts journey to the Arb . . . this year the gals set up their own pins . . . and bowled without charge in return for their labors . . . Saturday morning found members of the Women ' s Swimming Club en- joying the Union Pool in lieu of the long awaited pool of their own. WOMEN ' S PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB Officers: Back Row: Eleanor M. Mellert, Publicity Chairman; Elizabeth Jane Woodard, Freshman Representative: Mary Lou Hallway, Junior Representative; Mary Ann Grath- wohl, Senior Representative,- Alice L. Dmytrow, Sophomore Representative. Front Row: Lee Wellman, Treasurer,- Jean Patricia Dillenbeck, President; Dorothy Upham, Secretary. Missing: Barbara Wallace, Vice-President. 226 CHOP AND SADDLE Above: Emily Peter, President of Crop and Saddle. Above: Virginia Thomas, President of University Women ' s Riding Club. Emily Peter, President Margaret Harris, Secretary Dody Hofmann, Treasurer Jean Ackerman Rita Auer Virginia Brady Nancy Gillette Lee Gradolph Barbara Hazelton Mary Lou Hollway Joan Kintsing Martha Kirkpatrick Joy Low Pat McGinnis Del Murrah Barbara Osborne Helen Wicker Jane Zabel UNIVERSITY WOMEN ' S HIDING CLUE Section I: Virginia Barnes, Virginia Brady, Patricia Brezner, Janice Goodsell, Suzanne Isaacson, Gail Lamb, Kirin Larson, Phyllis Leaf, Fay Lorden, Peggy Matthews, Julia McEwan, Virginia Thomas, Margery Wald, Jane Woodard. Section II: Joyce Barrah, Pat Beatty, Sue Buell, Ruth Cimmet, Alice Doumanian, Ruth Eberhardt, Janet Farley, Joan Fiske, Alice Fleming, Dona Guimaraes, Lillian Hawkins, Kate Hearst, Katherine Long, Shirley Mattern, Bernice Nemeroff, Betty Pochert. 227 Standing: Dick Freeman, Vice Commodore, Ted Greer, Commodore (Summer ' 44) ; Tom Donnelly, Commodore,- Phil Clark, Fleet Captain (Summer ' 44),- Bob Bennett, Fleet Captain Treasurer (Summer ' 44). Seated: Harriet Jackson, Treasurer,- Avery Grant, Secretary,- Phyllis Kreager, Secretary (Summer ' 44). MICHIGAN SAILING CLUE Equipped with a fleet of six twelve-foot dinghies, tr.e forty members of the Sailing Club take to the waters of Whitte:nore Lake with the first signs of warm weather. The club has mei s with the Grand Rapids Yacht Club and the Barton Pond Sailing Club, and all-faculty organizations. Members of the Inter- collegiate Yacht Racing Association, the group is proud of their fleet which they care for entirely themselves. A series of races conducted between the members during the season culminate in the award of a trophy to the best skipper at the season ' s end. 228 STUDENT HELIGIOUS ASSOCIATION Council: Jean Westerman,- Ebba Stall; Lois Sharbach Allene Golinkin,- George Herman Martin Shapero Martha Taylor M. John Condylis Doris O. Muehl, Assistant Director Franklin H. Littell, Director Joyce M. Siegan,- Fred Hopkins Jean MacKaye. The Student Religious Association is an inter-faith home for student religious groups made possible by the University in the conviction that a healthy religious life is a necessary part of the experience of every student generation. The organization is based upon active student participation under a Student Council. The weekly programs include seminars and informal student groups such as a Sacred Music Seminar, the Social Ethics Seminar, a get- acquainted Coffee Hour on Friday afternoons, and a Saturday Luncheon Discussion Group. Annual events of the Association include an Orientation Tea, the Carol Sing at Christmas time followed by refreshments around the large Christmas Tree at Lane Hall, and Association Lectures. 229 NEWMAN CLUE Newman Club Executive Council (Fall): Bob Stevenson, President,- Ted Smith, Men ' s Vice-President; Dottie Uhl, Women ' s Vice-President,- Jo Cadarette, secretary,- Mary Driver, treasurer,- Doris Heidgen, Membership Chairman,- Tom Donnelly, Anne Maloney, Kay Kaye, A. F. Vonderhaar,- Father McPhillips, Advisor. The Newman Club, an organization open to Catholic Students on campus, is devoted to religious, educational, and social purposes. Headed by President Robert Stevenson (V-1 2), the group meets at St. Mary ' s Church, and has for its advisor Rev. Frank McPhillips. The club offers to its members discussion groups, guest speakers, picnics, Friday night parties, bike-rides, community breakfasts, suppers, and various other activities. The club is a member of the National Newman Association, a nation- wide organization. 230 GAMMA DELTA UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL AND STUDENT CENTER Tau Chapter of Gamma Delta, the International Association of Lutheran Students, provides a full program for Synodical Conference Lutheran Students. Supervised by an elected representative council, this program of activities includes a Sunday morning service, Bible Class, weekly supper meetings, and varied social events. 1st Row: Jean Griese, Jean Billmeier, Lucille Genuit, Elaine Stembol. 2nd Row: Larry Talbot, Dorothy Cannon, Bonnie Rink, Gene Barth, Doris Schroeder, Paul Luck. 3rd Row: Betty Kipf, Dick Reppenhagen, Fred Mammel, Walda Stahmer, Pastor Alfred Scheips, Paul Tiefel, James Rombach, James Zum- berge, Herbert Brinkman, Donald Hack. Missing: Myrtle Klein, Marjorie Ann Billmeier, Carl Roth, Ellen Estlund. 231 K A P PA PHI NATIONAL METHODIST COLLEGE GIRLS ' CLUB NU CHAPTER Florence Gartsuff Mary Jane Plumer Joy Kinneman Iris Yoder Marian Muir . Mary Alice Carter Jean Steptoc Jo Warner Sponsor President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Program Chairman 232 Kappa Phi is a national organization to promote church fellowship and leadership among university women. MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP The Michigan Christian Fellowship is the local chapter of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, an international, interdenominational, evangelical student organization. Designed to meet the need of university men and women honestly inauiring as to life ' s enduring values, it has a pertinent message for those in quest of certainty in the midst of world-wide confusion. POST WAR COUNCIL Top Row: Alene Galenken,- Carol Rosenblatt; Doris Rosenshine; Peggy Maier,- Marion Mondshine,- Mary Jackson Grace Kim. Second Row: Bert Bernard, Panel Moderator,- Pearl Isler; Elizabeth Hawley, Recording Secretary,- Gloria Rewoldt, President; Paula Grower, Corresponding Secretary,- Barbara Levine, Treasurer,- Mary Baker. 233 r r FOOTBALL September 16 September 23 September 30 October 7 October 14 October 28 November 4 November 11 November 1 8 November 25 Michigan 12 Iowa Seahawks 7 Michigan 14 Marquette Michigan Indiana 20 Michigan 28 Minnesota 13 Michigan 27 Northwestern Michigan 40 Purdue 14 Michigan 41 Pennsylvania 19 Michigan 14 Illinois Michigan 14 Wisconsin Michigan 14 Ohio State 18 236 Bottom Row, L. to R.: Milan Lazetich, Bruce Hilkene, Joe Ponsetto, Fritz Crisler (Coach), Don Lund, Art Renner, Clem Bauman. 2nd Row: Ed Grier, Church Wall, John Weyers, Bill Culiigan, Art LeRoux, Howard Verges, Howard Mehaffey, Ralph Chubb. 3rd Row: Henry Hatch (Custodian of Equipment), Tom Peterson, Harold Watts, John Lintol, George Burg, Tom Swift, Roger Chiaverini, Eugene Derricotte, Rowland Sylvester (Manager). Top Row: Ray Roberts (Trainer), Earl Martineau (Backfield coach), Cecil Freihofer, Jack Weisenburger, Dick Rifenburg, Quentin Sickels, Jerry Brielmaier, Warren Bentz, Benny Oosterbaan (End Coach), Clarence Munn (Line Coach). 16 Michigan Iowa Seahawks 12 7 The Wolverines opened their 1944 season with the Iowa Seahawks. After a scoreless first quarter the Michigan team opened the attack. Bill Culiigan passed from midfield to Dick Rifenburg on the Hawk 18 from where the freshman end crossed the goal line for a T. D. Ponsetto failed to convert. Two more Wolverine drives in the second quarter stalled deep in the Seahawks territory. The Iowa Pre-Flight team moved into the lead shortly after the second half began. They sustained a 49 yard drive concluded by Bob Smith ' s 26 yard touchdown jaunt. When the extra point had been added the score stood 7-6 for the Seahawks. It seemed as if the Hawks might repeat their 1942 performance, when they overcame a 14-0 half time score to beat Michigan 26-14. Early in the fourth quarter Culiigan and Rifenburg clicked again. The latter took a forty yard pass on the 19 and streaked over the goal line for the Wolverines second score. The Seahawks tried in vain to overcome the 12-7 lead but could not succeed. They were stopped three times deep in Michigan ter- ritory, Don Lund intercepting two passes. This opener was marked by Michigan ' s poor blocking and the Iowa Seahawks weak offense. Wiese and Derricotte were Michigan ' s chief ground gainers. t.23 Michigan 14 Marquette The Wolverines faced Marquette University in their second contest, first night game of Michigan ' s history. It was rather a poor football exhibi- tion. The Wolverines by their numerous fumbles would have given the game to a more powerful foe. As a result of three Michigan fumbles the Hill- 237 toppers found themselves on the midfield stripe in the opening minutes of the game and from there they drove to the Wolverine 12. Here the drive stilled and Melvin Mockalski attempted a field goal which fell short. Michigan ' s first score came just after the half. After receiving the kickoff they pounded 69 yards d own the field in 1 2 plays to pay dirt. Gene Derricotte went through left guard from the 6 and the second touchdown came shortly after the final period opened. Ponsetto ' s conversion was good. The Culligan-Rifenburg passing combination clicked for the third time in two games to complete a 22 yard touchdown play. Again Ponsetto split the uprights and the final score was 14-0. t.30 Michigan Indiana 20 Indiana University caught Michigan by surprise and whipped them with little difficulty. The stars were Bob (Hunchy) Hoernschemeyer, Hoosier back, and John Tavener, center and tackle, who led the Indiana play. Michigan appeared to get off to a good start. After a drive to the Hoosier 30 Bob Nussbaumer fumbled and John Cannody, Indiana quarterback recovered. The Wolverines immediately took advantage of an Indiana fumble, Penny recovering. After driving on to the 1 3 the Wolverines lost the ball on downs but promptly regained possession of it after a partially blocked kick. They still failed to score when Wiese ' s fumble was recovered by Lund- heim, Hoosier back. The first touchdown came in the second quarter. After ' " " " v Art Renner (Mich) catching pass. Eugene Dericotte carrying (Mich). a 56 yard drive Sundheim broke through left guard from the one for the score. Tavener missed the extra point. Near the end of the third quarter a Statue of Liberty play which netted 29 yards set up Indiana ' s second touchdown. Harry Jagode added the final thrust and Tavener split the uprights for the extra point. Hoerschemeyer ran around left end and crossed the goal line for the last touchdown. Tavener ' s kick for the extra point was good. This made the final score 20-0, Michigan ' s first defeat. Od. 7 Michigan 28 Minnesota 1 3 The Wolverines were helped considerably to this victory as Minnesota failed on various situations. The Gophers reached the Michigan 1 yard line 3 times in the first half but failed to score each time. Michigan ' s first 238 touchdown was set up by a bad Gopher punt on the letter ' s 24 near the end of the half. After several plays Culligan went 1 5 yards for this score. Ponsetto converted the extra point. In the third period the Michigan team carried the drive from midfield 50 yards for their second touchdown. Wiese was responsible for this and the next two touchdowns and Ponsetto added all of the extra points. Using a passing attack the Gophers drove to the Wolverine 4 yard line. In two plays button went over. The try for the extra point was not successful. The second Minnesota touchdown came early in the fourth quarter on a long run of 67 yards by Lundquist down the sideline. The conversion for the extra point was good. Wiese ended a 63 yard thrust by breaking over the goal line from the 4 yard marker in the 4th quarter. The score 21-13 for Michigan. Wiese scored the last touchdown near the end of the last quarter from the one-yard stripe. Final Score 28-13. Oct. 14 Michigan 27 Northwestern Michigan defeated the Wildcats in one of the most lopsided contests ever played between the two schools. The Wolverines gained a total of 450 yards rushing. The Northwestern team threatened only once. In the first quarter they penetrated to the Michigan 27 but were stopped dead. From then on it was all Michigan. Late in the first quarter the Wolverines drove from their 20 to pay dirt. Derricotte carried the ball over from the four. Joe Ponsetto added the extra point. Then, several plays later, Clawson, Wildcat back, fumbled the kickoff and Lazetich, Michigan tackle, recovered. After three short running plays, Nussbaumer sprinted around right end to go 24 yards for the second touchdown. Ponsetto ' s extra point attempt went wide. Late in the third quarter Michigan took possession of the ball on their 35 after Young- wirth kicked out of bounds. The Michigan men drove down the field and Wiese went over from the 6 on the second play of the last quarter. Ponsetto converted for the extra point. Thus, Michigan concluded its second Big Ten victory as against one defeat. Ralph Chubb making catch. 239 Q t. 28 Michigan 40 Purdue 14 Bob Wiese and Bob Nussbaumer sparked the Wolverine victory over the Boilermakers. The two were playing their last game before their transfers by the Navy and Marine Corps respectively. The first quarter apparently was stalemate until a Purdue fumble set up Wiese ' s scoring dash. The Boilermakers retaliated early in the second quarter when Boris Dimancheff raced 26 yards for a touchdown. Stan Dubicki split the uprights to put Purdue in the lead 7-6. Their exuberance was short lived because on the first play after the kickoff Nussbaumer sprinted to the one foot line, and, on the next play, boiled over. Ponsetto made the conversion. In the same period Michigan drove from their 20 downfield to the Purdue 6 and Wiese carried the mail over from there. Ponsetto kicked for the extra point. Purdue came back in the third quarter to capitalize on Wiese ' s fumble on the Wolverine 19. Ted Held concluded this final Boilermaker thrust by dashing across from the 3. Dubicki again converted. In the same period Michigan pushed into Purdue territory after a pass from Derricotte to Nussbaumer on the 40. After several running plays Derricotte pushed over from the five. Ponsetto again converted success- fully. After Rifenburg carried a 36 yard pass from Ponsetto across the goal line the play was called back. Undaunted, the Wolverines drove from the Purdue 46 to the 9 and Wiese smashed across. Ponsetto ' s kick was blocked. Later in the period Hilkene recovered a Boilermaker ' s fumble. After a 9 yard gain by Derricotte, Nussbaumer raced 23 yards for a T.D. Ponsetto ' s kick was good. The route ended 40-14. Score 40-1 4 Mich. Bob Wiese carrying Score 40-14 Michigan JOU. 4 Michigan 41 Pennsylvania 19 The Wolverines again rolled up an impressive score againstPennsylvania. The team proved its efficiency despite the loss of two of their ace backs. The play opened with a 97 yard drive by the Wolverines to the Penn 3 yard line. Here the team was stopped. Penn immediately kicked and Michigan pro- ceeded to march 41 yards to score on a run by Chubb. Ponsetto converted. Another punt return placed the Michigan machine on their opponents ' 35 shortly before the end of the period. The drive from here continued into the first minute of the second quarter when Derricotte smashed through the line to score. Ponsetto again split the uprights. In the same period Ponsetto passed to Art Renner for 47 yards and a touchdown. Ponsetto again produced the 240 extra point. The dust had hardly settled when Howard Verges tossed a 25 yard touchdown pass to Hilkene for another score. Chubb ' s try for the extra point went wide. Forty seconds later Charley Wahl, Michigan third string center, intercepted a Penn pass and dashed to the 3 yard line. Wiesenburger scored the touchdown and Ponsetto converted. The score at the half was 34-0. Penn found consolation against Michigan ' s third string players. Andrew Gordon passed to Tony Minis! for 26 yards and two plays later Harry Edinban played over the goal line from the 3. Early in the last quarter Jim Green lateraled to Minisi who lashed 63 yards for a touchdown. Seidenberger kicked the extra point. Michigans first team re-entered the play and soon scored on a reverse by Chubb. Ponsetto split the uprights. Engleking took a long pass and was downed on the three. On the next play he plunged across for the final Pennsylvania touchdown. Final score 41-19. of . Michigan 14 Illinois.. After two easy triumphs the Wolverimes faced the Illini, a more talented adversary who included the talented Claude (Buddy) Young amazing speedster. This collegiate sprint champion chalked up 84 of the 154 yards that Illinois gained rushing. Michigan received the opening kick and promptly marched 54 yards for a touchdown. Lund did the scoring and Ponsetto added the extra point. In the same period a lateral by Warren Bentz, Michigan back, was bobbled and recovered by Lou Agase on the Michigan 35. Don Greenwood gained 16 yards in 4 plays and then Buddy Young broke loose to the Michigan 9. Eddie Bray carried the ball the 1 foot line but the Illinois team failed to score. There was a fumble in the Illini back- field and Watts, Michigan center, recovered. After Lund punted out of danger neither team advanced far for the rest of the half. Illinois was the superior team in the third quarter but were checked by a 71 yard quick kick by Weisenburger. In the fourth period Weisenburger punted to Greenwood who tried to make a running catch. He dropped the ball and Watts re- covered. From the 32 the Wolverines smashed to pay dirt, Weisenburger scoring. Ponsetto added the extra point. The kickoff after this play pre- sented the fans with a real chance to watch the amazing ability of Buddy Young. The ball landed in the end zone and bounced out in the playing field. Surrounded by Michigan players Young grabbed the ball and shifted back through the end zone dodging and finally raced down the field, cutting back and forth. He was finally tackled on the Michigan 17. The final score was 14-0, Michigan again the victor. Don Lund (33) making tackle. Eugene Derricotte carrying. 241 n Michigan 14 Wisconsin The Michigan team found the Badgers to be a much stronger adversary than expected. Although the Wolverines were the victors the Wisconsin eleven had a statistical advantage. They completed 1 5 first downs to Mich- igan ' s 6. Michigan scored in the first thirty-nine seconds when Bill Culligan broke into the open and raced 84 yards for a touchdown. Ponsetto split the uprights for the extra point. The excitement was increased when Jerry Thomp- son, Badger back returned the Michigan kickoff 76 yards to the 7 yard line. The Badgers fumbled and lost the ball. The Wolverines failed to make much progress. Wisconsin intercepted a pass on the Michigan 39 but couldn ' t penetrate the Wolverine line. Most of the second period action was in Michigan territory but two Badger fumbles prevented them from scoring. The two teams spent much of the third period moving up and down the field, the Badgers doing the superior ball handling. In the fourth quarter after a 20 yard return of a Badger punt and three running plays the Michigan team found themselves on their own 44. Lund broke through left guard raced down the side line, spun past three tacklers, dodged the safety man and crossed the goal line. Chubb converted. Wisconsin thrust to the Michigan 7 near the close of the game but again fumbled and lost the ball. The two long Michigan touchdown runs had netted the 14-0 victory for Michigan. n Michigan 14 Ohio State 18 The Wolverines met Ohio State University on the last day of their season to decide the Big Ten championship. The Buckeyes drives were typified by consistent short gains as the team kept plugging away. They had a more powerful line than Michigan, which tipped the balance to their favor. Later in the opening quarter Olie Cline, Buckeye back, ended a 56 yard drive by breaking through center on the one foot line for a touchdown. The extra point attempt was blocked by Watts, Michigan center. In the second quarter Chubb intercepted a Buckeye pass on 50 and raced to the 25. Chubb went for two 10-yard gains and then Culligan plunged over for a t ouchdown. Ponsetto ' s extra point kick was good. Chubb ' s fumble in the third quarter was recovered by Gordon Appleby, Ohio State captain, on the 23. Horvath carried the ball to the one and then went over. Keane ' s kick went wide. The Wolverines took the lead again in the fourth quarter after an 83-yard drive. A 28-yard pass from Culligan to Ponsetto proceeded the former ' s scoring plunge from the one foot line. Ponsetto again converted. Then Chubb, trying an on-side kick, booted the ball out of bounds on the opponents 49. Ohio State drove relentlessly to the Michigan 3 where they almost lost the ball on downs. Les Horvath was the man of the moment and pushed the ball to the 2 for a first down. After a one yard gain by Flanagan, Horvath scored the winning touchdown with only three minutes and sixteen seconds of the game left. Dugger failed to make the extra point kick good. Michigan tried futilely to pass their way to a touchdown. The game and Michigan ' s hopes ended 18-14. The loss placed the Wolverines second to Ohio State in the Big Ten standings. 242 ' 40 was a familiar number to Michigan fans. It was worn by right half Bob Nussbaumer . . . Captain Bob Wiese plunges through the Purdue line . . . one of the hottest football days in many a year. The two Bobs accounted for 978 out of the 1,620 yards gained by rushing in Michigan ' s first six games. The books are closed on the 1944 Michigan football season showing a record of a total of eight games won, two lost, out of a tough ten-game schedule. Michigan scored 204 points to 91 for all opponents and came within three thrill- packed minutes of the Western Conference championship. It was a young, light and green squad, with few signs of ability, that greeted Fritz Crisler and his assistants, Earl (Marty) Martineau, Clarence (Biggy) Munn and Benny Oosterbaan when practice opened last summer. There were eight re- turning lettermen, only one of whom had been a starter in 1943. These included Captain Bob Wiese, Bob Nussbaumer, Don Lund, Joe Ponsetto, Jim Alieber, all backfield men; and Harold Watts, Clem Bauman, and Art Renner, in the line. Michigan awarded 30 letters and elected Bruce Hilkene as 1945 captain. Hilkene, a Navy trainee, played a great game at end, winning his first letter. Lund and Joe Ponsetto were co-captains after Bob Wiese was transferred. At the end of the season, Michigan rated second in the Big Ten Conference. 243 r BASKETBALL Bottom Row L. to R.: Walt Kell, Keath Harder, Don Lund, Lindquist (Capt), Mullaney, Bob Geahan, Ed Morris. Top Row: Bill Berkley (Ass. Ch.) Ray Roberts (Trainer), Bruce Hilkene, Bill Gregor, Benny Oosterbaan (Coach), Rowland Sylvester (Manager). Michigan has played hard, interesting basketball this year. They started the season by defeating a Wyoming te am that towered over them. Score: 38-33. The next game was with the Buckeyes from Ohio State, experienced and tough. Yost Field House saw a real game that night, in which the Wol- verines drove Ohio S ate into overtime, and lost by three points. Indiana was our next victim, Ted Berce ' s last minute goal had a lot to do with the final figures Michigan 54, Indiana 53. Then came a win and a loss with Illinois before that great contest with Iowa, in which Michigan led for 37 minutes only to lose in the last three by a 29-27 score. Our non-conference record was undefeated, we played Romulus and Kellog Army Air Bases, and Central and Western Michigan. The season ended with the Wolverines in fifth place, their best showing since 1938. Don Lindquist was elected captain, and John Mullaney of the Navy was chosen the most valuable player. Other lettermen include Berce, Geahan, Gregor, Harder, Hilkene, Kell, Lund, and Norris. The whole team showed speed and aggressive- ness and according to all reports was one of the scrappiest Michigan ball clubs in a decade. 244 Michigan Iowa Don Lindquist taking rebound Score 29-27 Iowa Michigan Ohio State Score 44-41. Ohio in overtime. Ted erce dribbling (Mich. 20) 245 SWIMMING Bottom Row L. to R.: Zimmerman, Potter, Bridges, Wood, Updyke, Lopez. Middle Row: Pulford, Chubb, Mowerson, Church (Capt.), Matt Mann (Coach), Kessler, Fries, Munson. Back Row: Agrieste, Anderson, Topke, Fulkman, Westerburg, Breen, Higgins, Baker, Collette. The swimmers won Michigan ' s 100th conference title under the always confident direction of Matt Mann, who has led the team to 1 5 victories since 1927. The team scored five firsts, including two by Captain Mert Church in the 50 and 100 yd. free style at Chicago. One of the biggest thrills of the season was Heini Kessler ' s defense of his championship position in the breast stroke race with Vern Ojampa of Minnesota, the clash ended in a tie, time was 2-35.8. Michigan won both the 300 yard medley and 400 yard free style relays. Bob Mowerson, a veteran of the Pacific theater ' handled the free style. Munson and Kessler swam in the medley. Church, Bill Breen, Gordon Pulford, and Chuck Fries took the 400 yard free style from Ohio State. Other scores which prove that Michigan was an exceptionally able team were Mich. 50, N.U. 33; Mich 51, Purdue 33; Mich. 50, Great Lakes 34 which was a comeback as we were defeated by Great Lakes in the opener, and Michigan 50, Minnesota 34. 246 Bottom Row L. to R.: Arthur Sachsel, Richard Freeman, Charles Telfer, Wally Weber (Coach), James Galles, Newton Skillman, Robert Johnston Back Row: Fred Booth, Phil Holcombe, Walt Bloomenstein, George Darrow, Robert Gittins. WRESTLING Michigan ' s wrestling team, won three dual meets, tied two, and lost one this season, finishing sixth in the most closely-contested meet in years. Jim Galles was the only veteran member of the almost all-Navy squad, and he won the conference 175 pound title, Michigan ' s single individual title. Bob Johnston will be next year ' s captain, and other letterwinners include Booth, Blumenstein, Darow, Galles, Freeman, Skillman and Telfer. Wallie Weber directed the team for the first time this year. 247 INDOOR TRACK Archie Darsour, George Vetter, Bob Hume, Ross Hume. Two mile Relay Team. The indoor track crown went to a terrific Michigan squad, who showed their prowess in events both here and at Chicago. They took six firsts in the Michigan Relays, and defeated Great Lakes and Northwestern in a triangular meet. In Chi- cago, Doherty ' s boys really took the title the hard way nosing Illinois out by one point. All five places in the mile run went to Michigan due to the Hume twins, Bob Thomason, Dick Barnard, and Archie Parsons. This is the first and only sweep in the history of conference meets. The champions also took first, second, and third, in the two mile; and second, third, fourth and fifth in the half mile. Julian Witherspoon and Dick Forrestel both came in second in events that were close enough to be a photo-finish. It was impossible to beat the placing of the Wolverines, and though the other Big Ten teams made valiant efforts Michigan won with a score of 55 1 -1 to their closest opponents, Illinois, 54 1 -1 0. 248 Track ' 44 ' 45 Richard Barnard, Half mile and mile relay. George Shepard Quarter miler. Left: Horace Campbell, high jumper and broad jumper. Above: Ross Hume and Bob Hume, one milers. 249 TRACK HOCKEY Bottom Row L. to R.: Mixer, Graham, Sulentich, Greer (Capt.), Jenswold, Allman, Henderson Top Row: Howland (Manager), Lillienfield, Lounsberry, Precious, Heyliger (Coach). The Hockey team completed a successful season although it started off with several handicaps. Practice didn ' t get under way until after the first of December and there was a lack of experienced men and a shortage of reserves. Despite the superior ability of the season ' s opponents Michigan played good hockey. The players didn ' t exhibit much scoring power but did quite well defensively. Greer was the leading scorer and Henderson was outstanding in his defense position. Mixer, veteran goalie of the preceeding year, improved as the season progressed and demonstrated very good goal-tending toward the end of the schedule. Under the direction of their new coach, Vic Heyliger, the hockey team won 4 games and lost 6. 250 SENIOR ACTIVITIES JAMES A. ABBOTT Phi Rho Sigma ROBERT C. ACTON Sigma Chi, Vice-President (3), President (4), I.F.C. (3), (4), Play Production (3), (4), De- bate (4) JEAN L. ADRIANSE Mosher House Committee (2) GEORGE D. ALCER Phi Rho Sigma, Track (1) ALBERT F. ALLMAN Transfer from U. of Toronto, Hockey Team (4) LEEATRICE AMER Soph Project, Treas. and Sec ' y of League House (2), (3), Zone Chairman JCP (3), Bus- iness Mgr. of Daily (4), Senior Society (4) ALLAN H. ANDERSON Theta Delta Chi, Phi Kappa Phi, Wrestling ( 1 ) , Union Staff (1 ), (2), Phi Eta Sigma, Post- war Council (3) ONNOLEE B. ANDERSON Hospital Volunteer (2), (3), Dorm Social Chairman (3), Sec. of Lutheran Student Asso- ciation (3), Play Production (3) (4), Zeta Phi Eta MARGERY S. ANTHONY U. of Vermont, League House President (3), JCP, Child Care Committee (4) ALLEN ARMSTRONG Sorosis, Spanish Club (3), (4), Bomber Scholarship (3), (4), Sophomore Project (4) M. DOREEN ARMSTRONG Alpha Phi, Crop and Saddle ( 1 ) , (2), (3), Research Assistant in Bacteriology (3) (4) FLORENCE M. ATWOOD Sorosis, JCP, Surgical Dressings (3), (4), Orientation Advisor (4) JACQUELINE L. AUCSPURCER Kappa Alpha Theta, Hospital Volunteer ( 1 ) , Nurses Aide (2), JCP BARBARA J. BABBITT Alpha Omricron Pi, Glee Club (4) ERNEST J. BADT Prescott Club (3), (4) MARY C. BAKER Daily (1), (2), Flying Club (2), Skating Club (2), (3), (4), Post War Council (2), (3), (4), Assembly Ball Com- mittee (2), Tennis Club (2). (3), Child Care (4), WAB Dorm Intramural Mgr. (4) MARY L. BAKER Red Cross Life Saving ( 1 ) , Soph Project, J.C.P. (3), (4) ROBERT E. BALD Acacia, President of ASCE (4) BEVERLY C. BALDWIN Alpha Xi Delta, Secretary (4), JCP, USO (3), Pan Hellenic Rep. (4) PHYLLIS H. BANBROOK Alpha Chi Omega, Soph Project, USO ( 1) , Social Committee (4) NORMAN L. BANCHART Phi Rho Sigma CHARLES A. BARIBEAU, JR. Alpha Tau Omega, Delta Sigma Delta R. CRAIG BARLOW Phi Rho Sigma, Fencing ( 1 ) , ROTC Rifle Team ( 1 ) LUCILE BARNES Alpha Lamba Delta (1), As- sembly (2) THOMAS G. BARNES Sigma Alpha Epsilon, IAS JAMES S. BARRY ASME THOMAS A. BARTON Phi Rho Sigma MARION E. BASSETT Zeta Tau Alpha, Frosh Project, Newman Club (2), JCP, USO (3), (41, Glee Club (4) ELLEN BATES Choral Union (4) BARBARA A. BATHKE Kappa Alpha Theta, Merit Com- mittee (1), WAA (2), (3), Vice-Pres. (4), Social Commit- tee (2), Secretary (3), Soph Project, JGP, Orientation Ad- visor (3) (4) MARGERY A. BATT Alpha Epsilon Phi, Daily, (1), (2), (3), Associate Bus. Mgr. (4), Frosh Project, Soph Pro- ject, JGP, Nurses Aide (3) (4), Hillel Council (3), Scroll HAROLD C BAYER Phi Delta Theta, Wrestling ( 1 ) , ROTC (1 ), (2), (3), Newman Club (1), (2), (3), (4), Scab- bard and Blade (3), Student Senate (3) MARGARET F. BECKTON Alpha Gamma Delta, JGP, Play Production (4) BETTY J. BEERNINK Alpha Xi Delta, Social Com- mittee (2), (3), J.G.P., USO (3) MARJORIE M. BECLE Delta Delta Delta, Pledge Trainer WILLIAM C. BEHRENS Phi Sigma Delta ARTHUR P. BELMONTE Lambda Chi Alpha HERBERT I. BENN Xi Psi Phi JOHN C. BERESFORD Theta Chi, Vice-Pres. (3), ASME (4), IAES (4) LUAINE BERMAN Alpha Epsilon Phi, Soph Project, Nurses Aide (3) COE M. BEST, JR. Sigma Chi, Technic Circulation Mgr. (3), Business Mgr. (4) VERNE C. BIDLACK, JR. Alpha Chi Sigma, Band (1), (2), (3), (4), Choral Union (2), Kappa Kappa Psi (2), (3), (4) DAVID M. BIKOFF Phi Sigma Delta, President (3), (4), Inter-Frat Council (4) MORRIS I. BIKOFF Alpha Omega, Basketball (1), Frosh Baseball, Varsity Basket- ball (2) , Sphinx, Druids JEAN E. BILMEIER Soph Project, JCP, Sec ' y of Nursing School Board (5) WILBUR R. BIRK Phi Rho Sigma ROBERT T. BLACKHURST Alpha Kappa Kappa JOHN S. BLOWNEY President ASME (4), Tau Beta Pi (4) BABETTE F. BLUM Sigma Delta Tau, French Club (2), JCP, Play Production (4), Surgical Dressings (3), (4), USO (3) MORTON A. BLUM Sigma Alpha Mu, Phi Eta Sigma ROBERT J. BOLT Phi Alpha Kappa, Galens (2), (3), (4) HAROLD F. BORENZ Phi Chi FRANCES E. BOSTWICK Choral Union (1), (2), (3), (4), University Choir (1), (2), (3), (4), Women ' s Glee Club (2), (3), (4), Mu Phi Epsilon, Stockwell Cabinet (3), Junior Class Pres. (3) BETTY J. BOTT WAA (3), (4) DOROTHY A. BOWDLE Choral Club (1), Junior Class President JOHN F. BOYD Pni Rho Sigma ZANE A. BRASHARES Alpha Kappa Kappa CARL A. BRAUER, JR. Track (4), AIEE ESTHER BRAUNER U. of Conn. (1), (2), War Ac- tivities Chairman (3), Sports Chairman (3), House President (4) HELEN L. BRICKMAN Choral Union (2), (3), Soph Project, Mu Phi Epsilon, Vice- Pres. (4) C. JAYNE BRONSON Alpha Phi, Soph Preject, Pan Hell (2), (3), Play Production (3), Zeta Phi Eta FAYE R. BRONSTEIN Sigma Delta Tau, Treasurer (3), Secretary (4), Alpha Lambda Delta, Jordan Hall Council ( 1 ) , Hillel Council (2), (3), Secretary (4), J.G.P. ACNES A. BROWN Alpha Epsilon Phi, House Man- ager (3), (4), Soph Project, Surgical Dressings (2), (3), (4) ELEANOR L. BROWN Kappa Delta Pres. (4), Song Chairman (3), Social Commit- tee (3), J.G.P., Orchestra (2), (4), Surgical Dressings (3), Messiah Orchestra (2), (3), (4), Orientation Advisor (4) JAMES E. BROWN Delta Sigma Delta, U. of Ala- bama MARGARET A. BROWN Delta Delta Delta, Pledge Train- er (4), Child Care (1), (2), (3), (4) WILLIAM E. BROWN, JR. Delta Sigma Delta, Band (1), (2), Pres. Lloyd House (2). Senior Prof. Scholar (4) GEORGE H. BURKE Alpha Kappa Kappa MARY K. BURKE Soph Project, J.G.P. (2), (4), Spanish Club (41 BARBARA J. BUTLER Gamma Phi Beta, Band ( 1 ) , Hospital Volunteer (2), Orien- tation Advisor (3) , (4) DOROTHY J. BYCE Daily (2), (3) JOSEPH CABOT Alpha Omega, Sec ' y (3), Presi- dent (4), Dent. Council (3) (4) MARY J. CADARETTE Alpha Xi Delta, Chaplain (4), Sec ' y of Hygienists, President of Hygienists (4), Sec ' y New- man Club (4) DONALD J. CADY Sigma Chi, Football (1) (2) GABRIEL M. CALDERVILLA Phi Sigma Society DOROTHY C. CALLAHAN Alpha Xi Delta, Treas. (2), (3), (4), House Mgr. (2), Social Committee (2) , Merit Commit- tee (2), JGP, USO (3), Orien- tation Advisor (4) JANE CAMPBELL Social Chairman of Jordan ( 1 ) , Fencing (3) , Hospital (3) JANE E. CAMPBELL Kappa Kappa Gamma, Frosh Project, Social Committee ( 1 ) , (2), Daily (3), JCP, Hospital Volunteer ROBERT H. CAMPBELL NROTC ROBERT M. CAMPBELL Phi Chi MARGARET S. CARLISLE Kappa Alpha Theta, Soph Proj- ect, Social Committee (2), (3), (4), Merit Committee (3), Spanish Club (4) MARGARET K. CARLSON Student Council (3), Co-Editor ofTPR, President (4) _____ JOHN R. CARNEY Phi Rho Sigma, Secretary ( 1 ) , (2), Honor Council (1 ), (2), Class Vice-Pres. (4) RUTH C. CARNEY Alpha Epsilon lota, Secretary (2), (3), President (4), Class Secretary (2) ELIZABETH A. CARPENTER Kappa Kappa Gamma, Daily (1), Advertising Mgr. (2), Assoc. Bus. Mgr. (3), Bus. Mgr. (4), Central Committee Surgical Dressings (3), Wy- vern, Scroll GEORGE R. CARR Phi Rho Sigma, President NITA M. CARRITTE Kappa Alpha Theta, Daily (2), Post War Council (3), U. Hos- pital Volunteer (3), (4), Nurse ' s Aide (4) 252 MARY W. CASTLE Delta Gamma, Social Committee (4) DOROTHY E. CASTRICUM Kappa Kappa Gamma, President (4) , Frosh Project, Social Com- mittee (2), Hospital Volunteer (2), JGP MILDRED W. CATCHINCS Public Health Club (4), Inter- Racial Association (4) ANDREW F. CAUCHEY, JR. Alpha Kappa Kappa, Honor Committee (3) BARBARA C. CHADWICK Kappa Alpha Theta, Advertising Mgr. of Daily (3), Associate Bus. Mgr. of Daily (4), Spanish Club (3), (4) MARY J. CHAMBERLAIN Glee Club (3), House President (4) DORIS A. CHAPMAN Alpha Chi Omega, Assembly Council Rep. (3), Mosher Hall Activtiy Committee (3), Ath- letics (3) , JGP, Orientation Ad- visor (4), Bomber Scholarship (4) NED I. CHALAT Phi Delta Epsilon ANNA R. CHOATE Sigma Alpha lota, Band (2), (3), (4) , U. Symphony Orches- tra (4) JEAN W. CHRISTIAN Alpha Phi, Soph Project, Play Production and Stagecraft (3), Pan. Hell (3), (4) , Social Com- mittee (4) PEGGY V. CHURCH Kappa Kappa Gamma, Ass ' t. House Pres. (4), Stephens Col- lege ( 1 ) , Soph Project, Victory Vanities (2), Rifle Club (2), Surgical Dressings (3), Child Care (3) MERTON W. CHURCH, JR. Sigma Phi Epsilo n, Swimming (3), Triangles, Vulcans, Tau Beta Pi, M-Club BETHINE J. CLARK Play Production (2), Zeta Phi Eta (2), (3), (4), Soph Proj- ect, Senior Society, J.G.P., Mar- tha Cook Vice- Pres. (4) PATRICIA J. CLARK Soph Project, J.G.P. (3), (4) VELDORA F. CLUNAS Alpha Lambda Delta DONALD D. COATES Xi Psi Phi ANNE COHEN Hillel (3), (4), Inter-Coop Council (3), (4), Inter-Racial Council (4) SAMUEL COHEN Alpha Omega MARTIN J. COHN Veteran, Wrestling ( 1) , Table Tennis Champ ( 1 ) , Union ( 1 ) , Bridge Champ (1 ), (4), 1M Football (1), (2), 1M Softball (1), IM Basketball (1), (2), IM Bowling (1 ) 2), Athletic Mgr. (1 ) , Horse Show (2) HELEN L. COLE JGP, House Chairman (3), House President (4) RECORDS CLASSICAL AND POPULAR Radio and Record Shop 715 N. University Ave. Phone 3542 North End of Diagonal STRfllEGy FOR PfflCE Paper has played a most important role in giving America the highest standard of living in the world. Today, because of the war its in- dustrial and educational usesarelimited. We are asked to put every scrap of it back into the fight. 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COOK Pi Beta Phi, Treasurer (2), (3), (4), Social Committee (1), Choral Union (2), (3), (4), Soph Project VIVIAN I. COOK Delta Delta Delta, Nurses Aide (3) ROY V. COOLEY, JR. Alpha Phi Alpha JOHN D COONS Pre-Medical Society (2) , Choral Union (3), (4), Hiawatha Club (2), (3), IM Basketball PATRICIAL F. COULTER Chi Omega, Randolph Macon (1 ), WAA Board (2), Riding Club Pres. (2), Central Com- mittee Soph Project, Vice-Pres Mosher Hall (2), Pres. Crop and Saddle (3), JCP, Wyvern, V-Ball Program Chairman (3)! Pres. Women ' s War Council (4), Vice-Pres. and Personnel Administrator of War Council (4) FRANCES M. COVITT Frosh Frolic, JCP, Willow Run (3), Bowling (3), (4), Club (1 ), (4), House Athletic Mgr (1), (2), (4), Rifle Club (1), (2), (3), (4) OLIN J. COX Delta Sigma Delta L. PHYLLIS CRAWFORD Kappa Kappa Gamma, Glee Club (1), (2), (3), Choral Union (2), (3), (4), Soph Project, J.G.P., Social Commit- tee (2), (3), Mu Phi Epsilon, Student Council (2), (3), (4) WILLIAM M. CREASON Delta Sigma Delta VIRGINIA R. CREBER Kappa Kappa Gamma DONITA J. CROSSLEY Sigma Alpha lota, Band (3), (4), Orchestra (4), Choral Union (4) WILLIAM L. CULLICAN Phi Delta Theta, Varsity Foot- ball (3), (4), Track (4), Pres. Vulcans and Triangles (3), (4), Secretary Senior Class (4) WARREN H. CURRY Men ' s Glee Club (4) DONALD A. DAMON ASCE 3), (4) ; Basketball Jr. Manager (4) GABRIEL C. DANCH Zeta Psi; I.A.Sc. (3), (4); Ships Ball Committees (3), (4) GEORGE F. DARROW Phi Gamma Delta; N.R.O.T.C. Football (1), (2), (3) ; Varsity Wrestling Squad (2), (3), (4) ; Union Tryout (2) ; Union Executive Council (3); Execu- tive Secretary of Union (4) ; Sphinx. RUSSELL J. DARYAW Delta Sigma Delta DONALD L. DAVIE Beta Theta Pi; Vice-Chrm. A. I. E. E. (3), (4) ; Freshman Track (1) CLARENCE J. DeHAAN Phi Alpha Kappa MARY A. DERDERIAN Alpha Omicron Pi ELAINE J. DeRUITER Pi Lambda Theta M. ARTHUR DETRISAC Delta Tau Delta WILLIAM S. DeWITT Nu Sigma Nu; Sigma Phi LORNA J. DICKHOUT Prescott Club, Secretary (4) HELEN L. DICKINSON Cercle Francais (1 ), (2), (3). (4) ; J.G.P. (1) ; Soph Project (1), 2), (3) SHELBY L. DIETRICH Kappa Kappa Gamma ; W.A.A. (2), (3), president (4) ; Frosh Project Central Committee; Soph Project; J. C. Play; Alpha Lambda Delta; Wyvern; Mor- tarboard; Women ' s War Coun- cil (4) ROBERT B. DILLAWAY Phi Sigma Kappa; A. S. M. E. (2), (3), (4) WALTER DILAY A. I. E. E. (2), (4) JEAN P. DILLENBECK Alpha Chi Omega; P. E. Club Vice-president (3), President (4) ; Fencing Club Manager (3), (4) VIRGINIA W. DODD War Activities Chrm. (3); League Social Comm. (1), (21, (3); La Sociedad Hispanica (1 ), (2) ; Braille Choir (1). (4) ; Hospital Volunteer (2) ; J.G.P. (2), (3), (4) ; W.A.A Bowling Manager (3); U.S.O. (3) ; Orientation Advisor CORNELIUS DOEZEMA Phi Alpha Kappa, Secretary; Class Secretary GEORGE F. DOYLE Phi Chi LEO H. DOYLE Sphinx; Druids; Basketball (1), (2), (3), (4) ; M. Club (2), (3), (4) ; Scabbard and Blada (3) RICHARD L. DREHER Delta Tau Delta MARY A. DRIVER Alpha Xi Delta; Soph Project; J.G.P., Secretary (3); Panhel- lenic, Vice-president (4) JEANETTE M. DROUILLARD Kappa Delta; U.S.O. (3) ; J.G.P.; Prescott Club President (4) ; Class President JEROME S. DROZIN Phi Eta Sigma; A.I.E.E. (2), Treasurer (4) ; Sailing Club ( 1 ) BETTY L. DUWE Alpha Chi Omega; Frosh Proj- ect; Social Club (2) ; Surgical Dressings (3), (4); Sociedad Hispanica (3), (4) WENDELL H. DWICHT Delta Sigma Delta; Kappa Sigma FLORENCE E. ECKBERC Stockwell, president (4) ; As- sembly Board (4) RUTH M. EDBERC Frosh Project (1) ; J.G.P. (3) ; Assembly Ball Central Comm. (2) ; WAA Board (3) ; USO Council (3), (4); Women ' s War Council (41 ; Senior So- ciety; Le Cercle Francais (1), (2), (3) ; La Sociedad Hispan- ica (4) ; Orientation Advisor (3) ; Michibomber (3) ; Daily (1 ) BARBARA C. EDDY Kappa Alpha Theta; Soph Proj- ect; Ensian (2) ; Social Comm. 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FISHER Publications ( 1 ) , Band ( 1 ) , Athletics (1), (2), (3), (4) ELIZABETH A. FOLLIN Choral Union (1), (21, (3), (4), Assembly Ball (2). J.G.P., House President (4), Recogni- tion night (4) RICHARD E. FORRESTEL Beta Theta Pi, Track (3), (4), Triangles (3), Tau Beta Pi, Eng. Council (4) ARTHUR H. FORSYTH, JR. Psi Upsilon, Delta Sigma Delta MARILYN S. FOSDICK Mu Phi Epsilon, Choral Union (4) HAROLD W. FOUNTAIN Xi Psi Phi LEONARD FOX Phi Delta Epsilon JOAN S. FRANTZ Sorosis, Soph Project, Gargoyle (2), J.G.P., Baseball (3), House Team Sports (4) WILLIAM C. FRAYER Phi Rho Sigma JUNE A. FRIEDENBERG Inter Coop Council (3), Post- war Council (4) MELVIN J. FRIESWYK Phi Alpha Kappa ELMA L. FRITTS AA Independents (1) JOSEPHINE R. FROSH Sigma Delta Tau, Vice-Presi- dent (4), Vice-Pres. Jordan ( 1 ) , Soph Project Y. MARCHETA FRYE Kappa Delta, Merit Committee (2), (3), House and Grounds Committee (3) SHIU J. FUNG Alpha, Lambda JAMES O. 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(4) ; Pres. of League House (3); Social Committee (3), (4) ; J.G.P. DORIS J. CILMAN Women ' s Glee Club (1 ), (2) . (3), (4) ; Pres. (4) ; Vice-Pres. (3) ; Senior Society (4) ROBERT B. CITTINS Theta Chi, Pres. (4) ; Triangles (3); Vulcans (4); Varsity Wrestling (3), (4) 254 SOMEWHERE doing their best around the world we think of the men and wo men of our country who are depending on us to keep the pages of this book alive with memories " t Le t me old tmdifionb ail ' BROPHY- SALISBURY COMPANY Engravers to The Michiganensian 409 EAST JEFFERSON AVENUE DETROIT 26 FRANCES R. CLENNON Chi Omega, Rushing Chairman, Soph Project, J.C.P., Social Committee, Surgical Dressings THERESE C. CLUTSCH Alpha Delta Pi; Daily (1); Concert Band (2), (3), (4) , Treasurer (4) ; J.C.P.; Surgical Dressings (3), (4) Instructor HARRIET L. CODSHALK Zeta Tau Alpha BETTY J. GODWIN Play Production (3), (4) ; Zeta Phi Eta, Pres. 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NUTTO Lambda Chi Alpha; Treasurer (3), (4) ; Secretary (4) ; En- gineering Council, Vice-Presi dent (4) ; Engineering Hono.- Council, Chrm. (4) ; Union (2) ; ASME CHARLES W. O ' DELL Phi Chi; Alpha Sigma Phi; Phi Eta Sigma, President MAUREEN O ' HANLON Assembly Board (2) ; Newman Club (2), (4) PAUL R. O ' HARA Sigma Phi Epsilon; Triangles; Vulcans; Golf (2), (3), Cap- tain (4) SEICHE OKUBO ASME HORACE M. OREN Xi Psi Phi, Treasurer and House Manager ROBERT A. OREN, JR. Sigma Nu; ASME (4) RICHARD J. OSBORN Football (1) ; Glee Club (3) HAROLD W. OSGOOD ASME (4) ; Inter-Guild Coun- cil (4) ROBERT L. OVERHOLT Xi Psi Phi, Vice-President (4) ; Class President (2) ; Student Council (2) ; Odonto Ball, Chairman (3) DEBORAH J. PARRY Gamma Phi Beta, Treasurer (3) ; Pres. (41 ; Frosh Frolic; Girl Scout Leader (1 ), (21 ; Alpha Lambda Delta ( 1 ) ; Soph Project; Wyvern ; Alpha Kappa Delta; J.G.P. Chairman (31; USO (3) ; Mortar Board; Wom- an ' s War Council, Treasurer (4) ; Phi Beta Kappa LOIS P. PLAMER Chi Omega, President (3), Glee Club (3), Volleyball (4) ROBERT B. PECK lAeS SYBIL PERLMUTTER Alpha Epsilon Phi, Daily (1), Accounts Mgr (2), Soph Proj- ect, Surgical Dressings (3 , (4), Hospital Work (3), (4) EMILY R. PETER Crop and Saddle (1), (2), (3), (4), President (4), Spanish Club, President (3), Int. Cen- ter Camera Club, President (4), WAA Board (4) JANET B. PETERSON Choral Union (1), (2), (3), (4), Hospital Volunteer (2), JGPlay, WAA Board (3), War Activities Chairman (3) , Tutor- ial Comm. (2), (3), (4), Sen- ior Society NICHOLAS A. PETRICK Phi Gamma Delta, Union Trv- out (3), ASME, NROTC (1), (4), Newman Club (1), (4) ANN PETTY Gamma Phi Beta EVELYN E. PHILLIPS Spanish Club (2), Daily NE (2), Associate Editor (3), Managing Editor (4), Vice- Pres. Adelia Cheever (3), (4), Mortar Board, Senior Society, Secretary (4), Orientation Ad- visor (4) RUTH M. PICARD Sorosis, Treas. (4), Frosh Proj- ect, Social Comm. 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(2), (3), Triangles, Bomber Scholarship (2), (3), M. Band (2), Engineering Council (4), ASME, Senior Class Vice-Pres. FLORENCE V. PRICE Alpha Epsilon lota GERALDINE A. PSCIUK J.G.P., Women ' s Glee Club (3). (4) , Polonia Society (1 ) , (2), (4) DOROTHY J. PUGSLEY Alpha Chi Omega, Cent. Com Soph Project, Glee Club (2) (3), Judiciary Council (3) (4), Wyvern, Scroll, Alpha Kappa Delta JOAN C. PULLUM Alpha Gamma Delta, Vice-Pres. (4), Frosh Project, Soph Proj- ect, Merit Committee ( 1 ) , (2) , (3), Chairman (4), Ensian Junior Editor (3), Scroll, Ori- entation Advisor (4), USO (3), (4), War Council (4) LILI RABEL Circolo Italiano (3); Cercle Francais, President (3) JEANNE RAMSAY Chi Omega, President (4) ; Soph Project; Social Comm. (2) ; J G. P.; Jordan Hall House Coun- cil ( 1 ) ELAINE A. RATHBUN Alpha Chi Omega; Mu Phi Ep- silon ALLEN A. RAYMOND, JR. Lambda Chi Alpha; Michigan Daily (2), (3) ; Track (1) WILLIAM S. REED Phi Rho Sigma SHIRLEY B. RESDER lota Sigma Beta GLORIA A. REWOLDT Pi Beta Phi; Post War Council. President (3), (4) ; Daily (2) RUTH F. RIBBACK Alpha Epsilon Phi; Daily (2) J.G.P.; Surgical Dressings In- structor (4) ; Alpha Kappa Delta A. JAMES RICHARDS Delta Sigma Delta A. JANE RICHARDSON Golf Team (1), (2), (3); Women ' s Glee Club (2), (3) (4) ; Crop and Saddle (3), (4) ; Senior Society (4) ; Assembly, Vice-President (4) ; House Council (I), (3), (4) EDITH J. RICHARDS Daily Night Editor (2) ; WAA (1 ), (2), (3), (4) ; Orienta- tion Advisor (3), (4) NANCY RICHTER Post War Council; IRA; USO ELIZABETH A. RIECER Delta Gamma; Hospital Volun- teer (4) JOAN P. RIECER Sigma Delta Tau ALICEANNE RITCHIE Jordan Hall, President (3) ; Daily, Circ. Mgr. (3), (4) ; As- sembly Ball Comm. (3) HERBERT J. ROBB Phi Rho Sigma SHIRLEY R. ROBIN French Club (1), (2) ; Frosh Project; Soph Project; J.G.P; Assembly Council (4) ; Senior Society; French Play (1), (3) CEORGIANNA B. ROOT Kappa Kappa Gamma; Frosh Project; Soph Project ELEEN C. ROSANOFF Soph Project (2) ; Inter Coop- erative Council (2), (4) SHIRLEY J. ROSEN Play Production (2), (3); Red Cross (2), (3) CAROL E. ROSENBLATT Ensian ( 1 ) ; Postwar Council (4) ; Outing Club (1 ), (2) ; Tutorial Comm. (2), (3); Chairman (3) DORIS C. ROSENSHINE Post War Council (2) ; Soph Project; Daily Edit. Staff (3) MARJORIE B. ROSMARIN Alpha Epsilon Phi; Daily (1); Frosh Project; Soph Project; Surgical Dressings (2) ; V-Ball (3) ; Panhell Night Comm. (3) ; J.G.P.; Mortar Board JOAN E. ROSS Alpha Chi Omega; Daily (1); Social Comm. (2) ; Glee Club (2), (3); Sociedad Hispanica (3), (41 ROBERT F. ROYCE Sigma Rho Tau; ASME (4) ; Technic (4) MARILYN O. RUCH Chi Omega; Choral Union (1), (2) ; Canteen Corps (2) ; Women ' s Glee Club (3) ; Socie- dad Hispanica (4); J.G.P.; Surgical Dressings (3) 262 IBSON- RAYMOND DETROIT PLANT DIVISION OF ASSOCIATED SPRING COUP. COOK PLANT DETROIT, MICHIGAN TWO PLANTS ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN 23 CHARLOTTE M. RUEBER Delta Delta Delta HAZEL E. 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(4 INDEX Abbott, James 75 Ackerman, Jean 227 Ackland, Virginia 126 Acton, George 155 Acton, Mary Ruth 135 Acton, Robert 1 67 Adams, Betty 201 Adams, Gordon 1 65 Aga Oglu, Guiltekin 1 42 Agata, Burton 164 Agranoff, Bernard 43 Ahoren, Roy 1 68 Ahrens, Jessie May . . 137, 201 Aitkenhead, Grace 107 Ajzenberg, Fay 59, 60 Albert, Allan 207 Albiston, Clara 182 Albrecht, Fred 1 26 Aldrich, Don 59, 152 Aldrich, Robert 82 Aldridge, Jean 144 Alexander, Nancy . . . .57, 61 Alger, George 75 Allard, Ellajean 181 Allen, Aileen 221 Allen, Andy 167 Allen, Bob 161 Allen, Catherine 127 Allen, Kenneth 107, 162 Allen, Dr. Leroy 127 Allen, Martha 141 Allen, Nancy 139 Allen, Peggy 148 Allison, Lois 95 Alpert, Helen 181, 221 Altman, Joy 1 50, 1 99 Alvarez, Blanca 42 Amer, Lee 199, 223 Ames, Roberta 1 44 Amick, James 58 Amos, Dick 161 Anderson 72 Anderson, Annette 1 79 Anderson, Arthur 75 Anderson, Carol 149 Anderson, Lois 42 Anderson, John 1 54 Anderson, Leila 1 45 Anderson, Mary 1 43 Anderson, Margaret 142 Anderson, Nate 207 Anderson, Onnolee 43 Anderson, Rodney . . . 56, 1 67 Anderson, Vivian 127 Andorko, Edward 58 Andrews, Elaine .... 137, 201 Andrews, Mary 1 27 Andrews, Robert 1 58 Anthony, Edward 1 55 Apple 73 Appleton, Ruth 70 Aranda, Paul 1 27 Archer, Jane 146, 225 Arendshorst 73 Armstrong, Allen 142 Armstrong, Dee 1 39 Armstrong, Tom 207 Arn 72 Arner, Jane ... 145, 218, 224 Arnstein, Frederick 170 Arnstein, Sue 144 Arthur, Dogan 1 65 Artley, J 56 Ashley, Helen 96, 137 Aston, Mary Ruth 43 Athay, Jean 144 Atwood, Florence 142 Auer, Rita 1 36, 227 Augsburger, Jacqueline ... 1 46 Albert . . . 205 B Babbit, Barbara 95, 138 Bade, Frances 161 Badt, Ernest 87 Bailey, Jack 167 Bailey, Virginia 182 Baker, Marge 197 Baker, Mary 233 Baker, Russell 161 Bald, Bob 56, 152, 197 Baldwin, Beverly 140 Baldwin, Helen 142 Bales, Ruthann.144, 217, 224 Ballentine, Dorothy 151 Bancroft, Janet 95, 180 Bandkaw, Leonora 175 Banghart, Norman 69 Banta, Edwin 75 Banta, Theodora 1 48 Baribeau, Charles 82 Barish, William 164 Barlas, L 57 Barlow, Anne 1 42 Barlow, Craig 75 Barnard, Dick . . 1 66, 208, 21 1 Barnes, Ginny 199, 227 Barnes, Thomas 58 Barnett, Gene 58 Barnett, G. A 57 Barrah, Joyce 227 Barry, J. S 57 Barson, Margaret 61 Bartell, Peggy 146 Bartlett 59, 205 Bartlett, Herbert 1 67 Bartlett, Wayne 207 Bartley, Hugh 167 Barton, Thomas 75 Bassett, Lois 145 Bassett, Marion 95, 151 Batchelder, F 56 Bathke, Barbara 146, 224, 225 Baths, Pat 141 Batt, Margery 1 36, 224 Battle, Mary 45 Bauch, Edward 82 Bauer, Lawrence 207 Bauman, Clement . . . .58, 21 1 Baumgarten 73 Baxter, Barbara 1 39 Bayless, Rom 1 67 Bazar 72 Bazarnu 83 Beal, Mary 87 Bean, Dr. John 71 Bean, Lewis 75 Bean, Margorie 1 79 Beatty, Pat 221 Beatty, Robert 1 65 Beck, Betty 1 76 Beckton, Margaret 1 37 Bedell, Ken 162 Bedient, Blair 155 Beernich, Betty 140 Begle, Marjorie 143 Behling, Fae 95 Behoends, Louise 1 26 Behrens, William 164 Belisle, Ann 25 Belles, Elizabeth 127 Bellmeier, Marjorie 42 Belmont, Arthur 58, 160 Benedict 72 Benish, Leo 74 Benn 83 Bennaway, Mildred . . .87, 151 Bennett 59 Bennett, Link 166 Bennett, Robert 1 56 Benow, Betty 1 80 Benoon, Donald 82 Berson, John 161, 207 Bentley, Betty 147 Benz, Warren 167, 213 Beresford, George .... 58, 1 53 Beresford, J. G 57 Berger, Emile Jeannes . . . .221 Berger, Mary 1 44 Bergner 59 Bergner, Walter 197 Berkson, Gloria 136 Berman, Luaine 1 36 Berman, Sylvan 1 53 Berman, William 170 Bernard, Bert 233 Bernett, Bob 228 Berry, Peggy 1 39 Best, Coe 167, 197 Best, Katherine 149 Bevis 59 Bidwell, Betty 45 Biebing, Jack 75 Billard, Millage 156 Bikoff, David 164 Billes, Eric 81 Billington. Bill 157 Binder, George 55 Bingham, Barbara ...145, 194 Birch, Marilyn 70 Birdsall, Charles 213 Birk, Wilbur 75 Birnbaum, Gladvs 1 50 Birnbaum, Lucille 42 Bishop 72 Bissell, Kenneth 207 Bjork, Rudolph 58 Blackhurst, Robert 71 Blackman, Sheldon 42 Bliler, Bill 166 271 Bliska, Tom ... 1 52, 204, 21 I Blomquist, Ed 127 Bland, Margaret 221 Bloom, Gerald 81 Bloomer, Robert 1 69 Bloomstrom, Elizabeth .... 1 80 Blowney, J. S 55, 57 Bluestein, Irma 1 36 Blum, Babette 1 50 Blum, Bud 153 Blumberg, Edward 170 Blumrosen, Barbara 1 36 Blunk, Carl 75 Boardman, Joan 221 Boas, Bette 1 36 Bobrecker, Charlotte 198 Bockstahler, Lois 135 Boegehold, Alan 171 Boenheim, Teta 1 36 Boer, William 82 Boersma 73 Boestad, Orville 75 Bellinger, Eugene 171 Bolt, Robert 69, 130 Bolthouse 73 Boltwood, Chester 1 56 Bonczak, Rose 1 80 Bond, John . 75 Bonzelaar, M 73 Booth, Barbara 97 Booth, Fred 213 Boquin, Luis 126 Borenz 73 Bosley, Mary 221 Bostwick, Frances 95, 96 Bothman, Marilyn 1 36 Bourns, Marian 94 Boutte, Banson 127 Bouwkamp, Gerald 58 Bowerman, Helen 144 Bowersay, Robert 75 Bowman, Bliska 161, 166, 209 Boxold, Fred 1 55 Boyd 205 Boyd, Alan 163, 209 Boyd, John 75 Boyd-Canipodonuo, Rogelio 75 Boydell, William 154 Boyle, Jeanne 42 Brackman 73 Brady, Barbara 95 Brady, Virginia 149, 227 Bramer, Paula 233 Brand, June 176 Brand, Thomas 58 Brasheres, Zane 71 Bratman, Allan 170 Brauer 59 Brea, Raul 127 Breen, William 155 Bregman, Rita 218 Breitmeyer, Margot 180 Brems, John 58 Brettschneider, Bunny .42, 43 Bremar, Lois 138 Brezner, Pat 227 Brickman, Helen 96 Briggs, Helen 96, 182 Brimmer, Clarence 168 Britton, Lennis 95, 138 Brodman, David 1 64 Brody 205 Brody, Mel 207 Bronson, Jay 43, 139 Brongson, Mary 1 39 Bronstein, Faye 1 50 Brooks, Loren 1 68 Brooks, Victor 54 Brauer, Paula 149 Brown 210 Brown 72 Brown, Agnes 1 36 Brown, Barbara 144 Brown, Bernard 170 Brown, Betsy 1 07, 1 39 Brown, Camille 1 26 Brown, Carolyn 146, 218 Brown, Crawford 75 Brown, Cyrus 1 67 Brown, Eleanor 1 47 Brown, Jane 1 47 Brown, Jean 148, 225 Brown, Margaret 143 Brown, Pat 1 44 Brown, Robert 71 Brown, Vincent 82 Brown, William 69, 82 Brownhill, James 82 Brunk, Marcia 221 Brush, Mary 178, 198 Bryant, Milton 71 Bubb, Margaret 180 Buckmaster, Joan 148 Buell, Sue 227 Buehier, Naomi 1 37 Buntaine, Raymond 94 Bruble, Mary 139 Burch, Kenneth 82 Burke, Mary Elizabeth ...146 Burmeister, Dick 1 68 Burns, Dorr 71 Burns, Robinette 221 Burns, Ruth 147 Burton, Katherine 143 Burton, Patricia 143 Busard 73 Bush, Joan 145 Bush, Joseph 161 Butler, Barbara 145 Butters, Bob 56, 152 Cabot, Joseph 81 Cadarette, Jo 140, 230 Callahan, Dorothy 140 Calville, Virginia 175 Cameron, Elise 182 Cameron, Hugh 1 55 Cameron, Pat 1 82 Campbell 72, 73 Campbell, Donald 197 Campbell, Dorothy 147 Campbell, Elizabeth 139 Campbell, Herbert 165 Campbell, Horace 60 Campbell, Jack 165 Campbell, Jean 148 Campbell, Mary 95 Campbell, Pat 182 Campos, Pedro 42 Canfield, Carl 58 Cant, Melvin 58 Cantwell, John 75 Carlson, Alice 181 Carlson, Estherlar 221 Carmichael, Archie . . .45, 168 Carmichael, Jean 221 Carmona, Dr. Ismael 126 Carnegie, Patricia 221 Carney, John 25 Carney, Ruth 70 Carpenter, Elizabeth 148, 224 Carpenter, Mary 146 Carr, George 75 Carr, Margaret 176 Carr, Pat 176, 220, 223 Carritte, Nita 146 Carroll, Margaret 60, 148 Carrow, Joyce 70 Carson 59 Carson, N. Bruce 55 Carte 73 Carter, Don 1 66 Carter, Mary Alice 232 Cartier, Barbara 149 Cartwell, Sally Anne 221 Cartun, Charlotte 135 Casablanca, Isabel 127 Castellon, Fernando 126 Castruium, Dorothy 148 Catchings, Mildred 127 Caughey, Andrew 71 Cawlin, Hank 168 Cervinski, Bernadine 126 Chadwick, Barbara 42, 146, 199 Chaffee, Pat 181 Chajage, Lila 136 Chalot, Ned 74 Champion, Robert ...58, 162 Chandler 73 Chapman, Annette 148 Chapman, Mary 1 80 Charbineau, Gerald 82 Charipar, Jack 58 Chase 73 Chatfield, Robert 56 Chayes, Judy 136 Chenoweth, Dick 161 Chernow, Naida 181 Chernow, Olive .... 180, 217 Cherry, Albert 1 59 Chertoff, Gertrude 1 50 Cheverini, Roger 167 Childers, Dr. Leon 126 Choate, Anna 97 Chriltzberg, Dr. John .... 1 26 Christian, Jean 1 39 Christian, Rhea . .42, 95, 143 Christmas, Anne 221 Christy, David 165 Chubb, Ralph 21 1 Church, Merton .55, 168, 211 Church, Peggy 148 Chute, Pat 1 26 Cimmet, Ruth 227 Clark, Bethine ..43, 174, 223 Clark, Bob 168 Clark, Doug 166 Clark, Monna Lee 1 38 Clark, Pat 144 Clark, Phil 228 Clark, P. M 57 Clark, Thelma 180 Claus, William 82 Clausssor, Bud 1 63 Clay, Jack 75 Clear, Jim 1 67 Clutter, Irene 221 Coakes 72 Coates 83 Cochran, Mary 149 Cohen, Avern 1 53 Cohen, Leonard 81 Cohen, Samuel 51 Cole, Helen 221 Cole, Jeannette 175 Colette, Donald 58 Collins, Constance 138 Collins, Robert 159 Comer, Jerry 207 Comins, Louise 1 50 Comlosser, Fred 163 Compton, D 56 Comstock, Dr. George .... 1 27 Conant 1 69 Concello 72 Condylis, M. John 45, 229 Congo, Dorothy Jane .... 1 37 Connant, Carolyn 146 Connel 72 Conner, Rosemary 1 80 Cooke, Ann 149 Cook, Janet 182, 221 Cook, Vivian 143 Cooley, Gerald 161 Coon 210 Cothie. Ivor 94 Cooyell, Patricia 146 Coppel, Lewis 75 Coppersmith, Norma 181 Corbman, Dr. A 1 26 Carlisle, Margaret 146 Corley 73 Cormsen, Carleen 1 48 Cornsweet, Margery 1 50 Cory, Nancy 1 47 Coterillo, Gerardo 1 58 Cotner, James 1 69 Coulter, Constance ...97, 148 Coulter, Pat 22, 141, 216, 222 Councell, Virginia 148, 216 ,218 Cowles, Warren 58 Cox, Olin 82 Cox, William 43 Coyle 72 Crabb, R. V 57 Crabb, Vernon 58 Crabtree 72 Crammer, Catherine 1 39 Cranston, Martin 1 62 Crawford, Phyllis 148 Creason, William 82 Creber, Jimmie 1 48 Creecy, Bessie 1 27 Creshal, Joan 61 Crick, William 163 Cusp, Marilyn 1 47 Crocker, Phyllis ....220, 223 Crossley, Donita 97 Crumpacker, Margery .... 43 Culbertson, Frances 42 Cullas 59 Culligan, William 48, 58, 161, 211 Cummings, Peggy 143 Cunningham, Lowell 71 Curtiss, Virginia 87 Cuthbert, Helen Jane .... 61 Cutting, R 56, 60 Dagpunas 59 Daley, Carolyn . .95, 180, 218 Dambreville, Dr. Chas 127 Danch, Gabriel 58, 171 Dangl, Gloria Fassen f 37 Davie 59 Daniels, Pat 148 Darrelly, Tom . . .205, 207, 213, 228, 230 Darrow, George . . 22, 1 62, 204 Daryan, Russel 82 daSilva, Dr. Renato 1 27 Davalovsky, Leonard 60 Davidow, Bernice 221 Davidson, Jean 1 37 Davie, Donald 1 56 Davies, William 71 Davis, Marvin 81 Davis 59 Davis, Lois 182 Davis, Norman 75 Davis, Robert 1 67 Day, Arthur 71 Deacon, Rosamond 138 deAguiar, Dr. Plinio 126 Defnet, Barbara 1 40 DeHaan, Clarence 1 30 De Haven, Kenneth 71 Deibel, Jean 141 del Siena, Dorothy 147 del Valle, Manuel 1 54 Dell, Lucretia 96 DeLong 73 deMacedo, Manuel 1 26 Demark, Richard 1 59 Denekas, Milton 1 30 Denis, Robert 87 Derderian, Rose 95, 97 Derderian, Mary 138 Dering, Warren 1 53 de Rivera, Carmen 1 27 Detoisac, M. Arthur 1 59 Deur, Julius 130 Devendorf , Dan 1 56 Dewey, Barbara 1 48 DeWitt 72 Diamond, Marilee 182 Diaz, Aida 1 26 272 Dick, Marjorie 1 82 Dickhout, Lorna 87 Dickison, George 71 Dickinson, Helen 43 Dickson, Olive 176 Dickinson, David 69, 75 Diekema, Sally 142 Dietrich, Shelby 148, 216, 222, 225 Dilay, Walter 59 Dillaway, R. B. . . 57 Dillenbeck, Jean Patricia. . .226 Dillion, Bob 161 Dimmitt, Bob 1 52 Dinnen, William J 75 Disher, Pete 1 67 Dixon, Edwin M 56 Dixon, Ray . . . 1 57, 198, 208 Dmytrow, Alice L 226 Dobbie, Robert |69 Dodd, Virginia 140 Dodek, Terry 42 Doelle, Pat 149, 218 Doezema, Cornelius 1 30 Dogu, Mehemet F 57 Dolph, Robert 54, 213 Donaldson, Marilyn 141 Domon, D 56 Domzalski, Barbara 140 Donnelly 59 Donnelly, Ann 142 Doran, Corradine 221 Doucette, Mildred 61 Douglas, Helen 135 Dougherty, William 1 63 Doumanian, Alice . . . .43, 227 Dowell, Shirlee 180 Dowling, Marti 221 Downer, Joyce 42 Doyle 73 Doyle, Virginia 141 Dracey, Frances 1 39 Draper, Donald 1 69 Dreher, Richard 1 59 Drene, Sally 145 Dritz, Claire 18 0 Drew, Gerald 81 Driver, Mary 140, 219, 224, 230 Drouillard, A. C 57 Drouillard, Jeanette ..87, 147 Drozin 59 Druker 83 Dudgeon, Glee 1 80 Duell, Ruth 95 Duffy, Patricia 221 Dull, W. M 57 Dungy, Florence 1 27 Dunivan, Mary Alice .... 175 Dunlap, Bob 162 Dunlap, Marian 1 82 Dunne, Maurice 1 58 Durigg, Maryella 151 Dussault, Ralph 82 Duttweiler, David 197 Duvalier, Dr. Francois .... 1 26 Dyer, Jame C 56 Dyson, Frederick. ... 1 56, 213 Dwight, Wendell 82 Eacock. Priscilla 140 Eagle, Elaine 147 Eans, Pauline 1 76 Eaton, Bettv 42 Eberhardt. Ruth 227 Eck. M. R 57 Eckberg. Florence . . . 175, 221 Edberg. Ruth 216 Eddy, Barbara 146 Eddy, Kathryn 1 44 Eden, Rosemary 1 40 Edison, Mary 1 46 Edgar, Dorothy 179 Edwards, Margaret 1 80 Eger, Frank 168 Eggebeen, C 1 30 Eggleton, Phyllis 141 Ehinger, Paul 162 Ehvard, Jacqueline 176 Elconin, Ruth 199 Elferdink, Theodore 55 Ellis, John 161 Elson, Celia 136 Ely, James 164 Emerey, William 1 53 Eng, Mary 221 Engel, George 58, 1 7 1 English, Charles 162 Eovaldi, Gladys 127 Epps, Alicent 1 74 Epstein, Estelle 42, 43 Epstein, Pearl 181 Epstein, Robert 1 64 Erbaugh, John 71 Erglneman, N 57 Ernst, Robert 1 57 Eschaw, Robert 167, 209 Essenburg, Franklin 55 Essery, William 171 Essig, Connie 146 Esrell, Mary 145 Eton, Louis 82 Ettenheim, Marjorie .... 1 36 Evans, Carol 1 42 Evans, Dave 1 63 Evans, John 71 Everett, Barbara 95, 145 Everson, William 1 56 Fabricant, Allan 167 Fackind, K 207 Fairless, Dave 1 67 Fairman, Barbara 107, 149, 225 Fairman, Charles 1 60 Farago, Peter 75 Funk, Jim 162 Farley, Janet 227 Farmer, Margaret ....45, 198 Farquhar, Evelyn 137 Farquhar, Sally Ann 61 Farquharson, Jean 96 Faust, Fred 82 Feferman, Martin . . . .74, 210 Feigenson, Fred 74, 1 33 Fenneman, Georgia 1 27 Feo, Dr. Guillermo 127 Fiecks 73 Field, Eleanor 95 Finegan, J. B 57, 168 Fink, Alice 136, 199 Fink, Monroe 196 Finkbeiner, Clarisse ..76, 221 Fishel, Harriet . . 42, 141, 216 Fisher, John 1 63 Fisher, Marjorie 181 Fisher, Leonard 58 Fiske, Joan 221 Fitch, Barbara 1 49 Fitch, Jenny 149, 224 Frye, Marcheta 1 47 Fryer, Hannah 87 Fleischman, Fannie 1 27 Fleischman, John J 56 Fleming, Lorna 1 80 Fleming, Alice 227 Fletcher, Harold .58, 156, 197 Fletcher, Marilyn 95 Flint, Dorothy 199, 220 Follin, Betsy 178, 221 Forberg, Betty 147 Forbush, Louise 142 Ford, Lynn 1 99 Forman, Don 161 Forney. Don 1 66 Forrestel, Richard .... 54, 1 56 Fosdick, Marilyn 96 Foss, Richard 158 Fosyth, Arthur 82 Foster, Grace 221 Fountain 83 Fowler 73 Fox, Leonard 74, 83 Fradenburgh, Evan 58 Frane, Alan 55 Franco, Luz 1 26 Frank, Alfred . ' 81 Frank, Floraine 181 Frank, Nancy 1 35 Franke, A 130 Franks, Mary Lou 221 Frantz, Ruth 127 Frantz, Joan 142 Fraser, Beth 175 Prayer, William 75 Freeman, Frank 75 Freeman, Dick 159, 205, 207, 228 Freeman, R. H 57 Freihofer, James 1 54 Frey, Martha 1 43 Frieden, Annette 1 50 Friedmen, Elaine 1 36 Friedrick, David 71 Fries 72 Frieswyk, M 130 Fris, Joyce 1 43 Fromberg, Carol 95, 143 Frosh, Josephine 1 50 Fuhrman, Robert 58 Fuller, Barbara 175 Fuller, Russell 58 Fulton, Zoe 180 Fyfe, Donald 42 Gaffney, Jean . . 144, 224, 225 Gage, Markie 145 Gale, Shirley 221 Galles 73 Gallup, Joan 143 Ganghart, Norman 75 Gaoo, Duwayne 75 Gardner, Mary 177 Garrett, Virginia 139 Garriager, Susie 1 27 Gartsuff, Florence 232 Gaukler, Robert 171 Gaulb, Martha Jane . . . 59, 148 Gauthier, Elizabeth 1 38 Geasler, Marvin 107 Gehman, Jack 71 Gehring 59 Geimeb 59 Gelber, Charles 81 Gentsy, Dorothy 96 Genuit, Lucille 43, 95, 97, 223 George, Christ 197 George, Mary 95 Gerhardt, Dolores 95 Gereau, Edity 1 26 Geimer, Bud 1 62 Getty 73 Gibbons, Paul 82 Gibbs, Walter 155 Giberson. Hazel 87, 221 Gibson, Caroline 141 Giauque, Dorothy ... 1 80, 221 Gilbert, Donald 74 Gilbert, Eric 152 Gilbreth, Marian 1 46 Gilkin, Robert 74 Gillis, James 75 Gillette, Ed 75 Gillette, Nancy 148, 227 Gilman, Jean 95, 97, 216, 223 Gilman, William 167 Gilpin, John 82 Ginsberg, Norman 164 Ginsberg, Betty 1 36 Ginsburg, Gertrude 181 Giordana, Carol 143 Gittolson. Donald 58 Gittens, Robert 153,211 Glanton, Donald 163 Glas . . 72 Glass, Jean 150 Glenn, Barbara 1 39 Glennon, Frances 141 Click, Renee 181 Glutsch, Therese 135 Godshalk, Harriet 151 Godwin, Betty 43, 223 Gohaunel, Jane 43 Golay, Charlene 144 Gold, Jack 170 Goldberg, Fran 218, 224 Goldberg, William . .194, 197 Goldman 59 Goldman, Bob 198 Goldstein 59 Goldstein, Sydelle 1 36 Galenken, Alene 181, 229, 233 Good, Ronald 1 69 Goodin, Peggy 43, 141 Goodman 205 Goodman, Betty 221 Goodman, Sam 1 64 Goodman, Clayton 155 Goodsell, Janice 72, 227 Goodwyn, Angeline . . 1 80, 221 Gooley, Jerry 1 66 Gorbutt, Phyllis 176 Gordon, Eleanor 1 37 Gordon, Ethel 181 Gordon, John 155 Gordon, Pat 178 Gordon, Paul 1 63 Gore, Jack 1 67 Goris, D 1 30 Gosling, Robert 71 Gotschall, Beverlv 140 Gould, Kenneth 171 Gradolph, Lee 227 Gradolph, Vivian 147 Gradly, Warren 75 Graham, Frances 43, 140 Graham, Robert C 56 Grandy, Bob ... 162, 207, 211 Grant, A very . .149, 218, 228 Grant, Dr. Elizabeth 1 26 Grant, Murray 199 Grathwohl, Mary Ann 135, 226 Gray, Barbara 1 50 Gray, Dorothy 95 Gray, Gloria 95 Gray, Helen 1 82 Grebe, Dr. Buillermo 127 Green, Martin 74 Greenberger, Naomi 1 36 Greenberg, Ronald 170 Greenebaum, Elaine . 1 82, 220 Greenwald, Willard 164 Greer, Ted 211, 228 Gregory, William 155 Gregor, Bill 213 Greig, Charles 82 Greig, Thomas 82 Grewe, Marilyn 97 Grieder. Robert 1 67 Guise, Jean 201 Greene, Barbara 70 Griffith, W. H 57 Griffiths, Barbara 141 Cringle, Jean 177 Grismer, Marilyn 135 Grefsema, Cornelia . .179, 217, 221, 222, 223 Groneodt, Kathryn 126 Gross, Harold 1 64 Grossman. Mary Lee 1 42 Grover, Patricia 147 Gruen, Regina 181 Guigon, Marge 146 Guimaraes, Dona 1 99, 225, 227 Gulfs, Lou 166 Guy, Bob 1 62 H Haanes 73 Haas 72 Haberman, Rudolph ... 59, 60 273 Hack 73 Hackett, Constance 42 Hagerman, Donald ...82, 165 Haggerstrom, Mary . . 137, 201 Hahn, F 57 Hohn, Pat 95 Haight, Mildred 221 Hale, Jean 95, 149 Haley, Patricia 1 80 Half, Edward 1 54 Hall, Bernice 95, 1 38 Hall, Betty 147 Hall, Marjorie 216, 222, 223 Hall, Rich 152 Halpin, Alan 164 Holtom, Marilyn 218 Hamaker, John C 55 Hamilton, Bob 207 Hammond, Neal 107, 167 Hampon, Pat 181 Hanlez, William 75 Hanna, Jay 71 Hannah, Kenneth 1 55 Hannig 59 Hanselman, Ann 146 Hansen 59 Hansen, Charles 207 Hansen, Grace 176 Hanson, Fay 1 40 Hansen, Lois 175 Hanson, Shirley 218 Hanysz 59 Hard, Dick 161 Harder, Keith 58, 213 Harkness, Jean 83, 146 Harldt, Henry 207 Harlott 205 Harmon, Ann 141 Harn, Urtel 155 Harper, Cornelius, Jr 172 Harper, Shirley 151 Harrington, Margery 218 Harris, Alvin 170 Harris, Bernard ........ .207 Harris, Betty 140 Harris, June 140 Harris, Margaret 227 Harris, Margery 146 Harris, Marjorie 126 Harris, Ned 161 Harrison 205 Harrison, Betty 222 Harrison, Paul 1 67 Harshbarger, William .... 1 56 Hart, Bob 211 Hartman 73 Hartman, Warren 1 26 Harvey, Robert 1 67 Harvy, Emesem 82 Harwood, Maurine 142 Harz, Norb 166 Haselswurt, Marilyn 95 Haskell, George .... 107, 166 Hastings, Barbara ... 141, 201 Haun, James 94 Hause 59 Hauseman, Frank 1 56 Hausman, L 56 Hawkins, Lillian 227 Hawley, Elizabeth ..... .233 Hayden, Dorothy 1 48 Hayes, Ivan 1 67 Hayes, Pat 1 43 Haynes, Joyce 1 43 Haynes, William 156 Hays, Bob 112 Hazelton, Barbara ... .43, 227 Hazemeyer, Bob 1 66 Healy, William 155 Hearst, Kate 43, 227 Heath, Margaret 42, 146, 210 Heath, Mary Lou 199 Heaton, Tom 1 62 Hediger, Fritz 56, 166 Helter, Virginia 151 Hegge, Signe 142 Hegm, Barbara 1 43 Heid, A 56 Heidgen, Doris 145, 230 Heil, Patricia 148 Heitsh, Chloe 145 Heller, Sonya 181 Helm, Gwendolyn 1 80 Helmick, Charles 54, 59, 162, 197, 205, 207, 213 Hendel, Betty . . 1 36, 218, 224 Henderson, Bob 1 68, 21 1 Henderson, Charles 172 Hendrickson, Twila ..73, 221 Hennes, Al 153 Hennevell 75 Henrickson 59 Herman, Donald 171 Herman, George 229 Hermanson 83 Hermo, Barbara 221 Heron, Kenneth 1 63 Herrera 205 Herrick, Joyce 141 Herringshaw, Jo Anne .... 61 Herstkotte, Edward 82 Hertz, Sidney 81 Hesse, Claude 167 Hess, George F 55 Hess, Robert 55, 58 Hess, William 165 Heustis, Patricia 1 48 Hibbs, Robert 163 Hibner, Clayton 82 Hicks, Bob 168 Hicks, Priscilla 143 Higgins, Charles 167 Highley, Ann 1 46 Hilbish, Dr. Theodore .... 1 26 Hilderbrant, Eugene 169 Hiledbrandt, Mark 94 Hilkene, Bruce 154 Hill, Ellen 199 Hill, Morris 167 Hill, Richard 75 Hiltman, Robert 167 Hiss 73 Hock, Jane 144 Hodges, Priscilla 139 Hodgson 72 Hodgson, Margaret Saults .137 Hoffberger. Jane 150 Hofmann, Dody .... 148, 227 Hogon. Dr. Thomas 1 26 Hogg, Paul 82 Holcombe, Phil 162 Holcombe, W. P 57 Hoik, Margaret 147 Holland, Charles 162 Hollway, Mary Lou 1 43, 226, 227 Holt, Suzanne 139 Holter, Marvia 169 Honigsbaum, Frank 170 Honn, Patricia 147 Hooker, Ruth 97, 178 Hopkins, Fred 229 Hopkins, Kent 153 Hords, Esther 61 Horelick. Evelyn 150 Horldt, Henry . . . . 57, 60, 94 Hornsby, Roberta ... .95, 145 Horvath, Zolton 57, 159 Horwich, Helen 1 36 Horwitz, Jerome 94 Hoskins, William 71 Hotchkin, Jean 141. 200, 218, 224 Houck, Donna 181 Houk, Betty 145 Houser, Jacque 58 Housman, Bennet 197 Hovey, Mary Helen 1 48 Howard. Frank 75 Howard, Harry 71 Hubbard, Nancy 146 Huberman, Rudolph 54 Hudson, F 56 Hudson, Herman 42 Hufnagel, Evelyn 221 Hull, Marjorie 151 Hume, Robert . .72, 196, 210 Hume, Rosarita 43, 140 Hume, Ross 72, 162, 210 Huntington, Helen 176 Huntington, Jay 165 Hurd, Richard 205, 207 Huser, Betty 96 Hutchins, Betty 139 Hutter, George 56, 167 Huvvell, Jean 1 27 Hyde 210 Hyde, Grace 70 I Ide, June 179 Ideson, Robert 69 Hand, E llen 137 Illveca, Dr. Aida 126 llnecke, Don 94 Imster, Harry 58 Inakora, Yoshio 87 Ingham, Don 161 Ingvoldstad, Dale 61 Isaacson, Sue 1 36, 227 Isenberg, Ethel 43, 181 Iser, Gil 205, 207 Isfendeyas, M. V 57 Isler. Pearl 233 Ivash, Claudia 182 Iverson, Lois 135, 198 Jackson, Agnes 180 Jackson, Harriet .... 178, 228 Jackson, Hugh 1 52 Jackson, Margery 136 Jackson, Mary 233 Jackson, Paul 82 Jackson, Rockwell 71 Jacobi, Roger 1 57 Jacques, Kenneth 82 Jaffe, Harold 74 Jakkula, Signe 87 Jamar, Shirley 1 39 James, Douglas 155, 209 Janiels, Betty 61 Janiga, Bob 162 Janiga, Mary 147 Janssen, Werner 166 Jaques, Mary 1 39 Jaracy, Walter 75 Jaski, Rita 138 Jaski, Tad 152 Jefferson, Dorothy 137 Jefford, Nancy 144 Jenkins, Dorothy 148 Jenkins, Frances 61 Jenkins, Marilyn 142 Jensen 72 Jensen, Charl es 56 Jenser, W 130 Jenswold, Hilary 148 Jnnswold. John 165, 21 1 Jhung, Rosalie 70 Jibbs 205 John, Paul 152, 205 Johnson 73, 205 Johnson, Eleanor 181 Johnson, Jay 1 59 Johnson, Kay 180 Johnson, Marion 148 Johnson, Mary 96 Johnson, Norma 147 Johnson, Russ 168 Johnson, Walter 69 Johnston, Robert 213 Jones 73 Jones, Betty ... .95, 140, 147 Jones, Billie 141 Jones, Marion 176 Jones, Marv . . 146, 216, 222 Jones, William 165 Jorden, Jack 82 Joseph, Robert 171 Joyce, Howard 1 62 Joyson, Roger 58 Judd, Verne 162 Jugel 73 Kabcinell, Martin 170 Kahn ' 59 Kaine, Renee 42 Kaish, Kenneth 71 Kamens, Betty 1 50 Kane, Edward 1 64 Kaptina 59 Karos, Nicholas 58 Kasswan, Lucille 221 Katleman, Elaine 136 Katz, Kit 221 Katz, Sybil 42, 96, 180 Kaufman, Louis 74 Kaufman, Myron 81 Kaufman, Renee 96 Kavaneau, Lawrence .... 58 Kavitch, Louis 58 Kave, Kay 147, 230 Kearney, Helen ]35 Kebabcioglu, M 57 Keddu, Shirley 95, 143 Keeler, Minet 154 Keenan 72 Keiser, Henry 153, 199 Kellogg, Edward 154 Kelly, Donald 82 Kelly, John 162 Kelly, Lawrence 71 Kelly, Norma 141 Kelly, Sally 145 Kelso, Jack . . . . 56, 152, 197 Kelso, Lois 137, 199 Kempski, R 130 Kendell, William 69, 71 Kennedy, Dorothy 224 Kennedy, Mavis . . . .43, 143, 199, 216, 224 Kennedy, Sally 142 Kents, Pat 1 39 Kerr, James 156 Kerr, Jean 1 46 Kerr, William 156 Kesgen, Louise 1 39 Kessler, Georgie 61 Kessler, Heini 153 Keselring, Robert L. . .57, 155 Ketcham, Eleanor 149 Ketcham, Marg 151 Kevil, Barbara M 145 Kiefer, Steve 157 Kilesar 73 Kim, Grace 233 Kimball, Mary 143 Kimelman, Maurice 81 Kind, Bob 1 66 King, Beth 148 King, Betty 96 King, Dick 56, 168 King, Elizabeth 135 King, Mary Pat 61, 197 King, Pat 139 Kingsbury, Florence 145, 200 Kinneman, Joy 232 Kintzing, Joan 174, 223, 227 Kipper, Bob 166 Kirkpatrick, Martha 227 Kiser, Suzanne 151 Kishlar, Lamar 167 Kishpaugh, Gloria 137 Kittredge, Dorothy 143 Klausner, Penny 221 Kleber, Lila 141 Klein, Albert 170 Klein, Estelle 150, 201 Klein, Rosemary 145 219, 222, 224 Kline, Audrey 181 Kleinwaks, Muriel 221 274 Klemme 72 Klepper, Otto H 56 Kline, Dorothy 182 Klintworth, Kay 95, 145 Klopfer, Donald 82 Klopfer, Dudley 167 Klopfenstill, Dorothy ....221 Kloske, Allan C 55 Knapp, Betty Anne 178 Knapp, Emily 1 43 Kneedler, Jane 1 43 Knox, Rosemary 1 49 Kobee, Robert 42 Koebnick, Marilyn 151 Koell er, William 57, 157 Kogen, William 170 Kohr, Margaret 95, 143 Kopcheck, Joseph 75 Korash, Betty 199 Koreger, Robert 58 Kowalick, Don 168 Kowalski 83 Kozonis, Michael 69, 73 Kraft, Arthur J 198 Kranz, Greta Lee 149 Kreager, Phyllis 228 Krieger, Bob 213 Krause, Gerald 81, 153 Krause, Shirley 148 Krause, Karl 127 Krohn, Bernard 74 Krusko, Nicholas 56, 155 Kruse, William 75 Krust 73 Kuchar, Betty 138 Kudner, Jane 139 Kuechenmister, Marian ... 1 42 Kuethe, Arnold 58 Kuhlman, Ruby .96, 222, 223 Kuhlwan, Ruby Jean 182 Kuhnle, Dorothy 135 Kuipe, E 130 Kujala, Mae June 221 Kulbaush, Harold 94 Kumko, Bernard 71 Kutz, Ann 146 LaBounty, Rosalind 147 Labensky, Betty 1 80 Laberman, Harry 170 Ladd, Ed 1 67 Lahman, Frank 1 59 Laird, Jean 141 Laird, Nancy 221 Lamb, Gail 227 Lambard, Cameron 1 56 Lamberg, Joan 1 37 Lambert, Bill 161, 199 Lament, Gene 1 55 Landis, Clara 97 Lane, Gene 141 Langenin, Robert 1 55 Langer, Dorothy 221 Langford, William 165 Lanzon, Jean 43 Largo, Donald 75 Larmee 1 66 Larsee, Bob 1 66 Larsen, Bettyann 1 98 Larsen, Elizabeth 147 Larsen 73 Larson, Kirin 227 Larson, John 213 Larson, Sally 145 Lathrop, Edward 155 Laubengayer, Peg 216, 219, 222 Laugh, Eveline 149 Laurin, David 161 Lauritsen, Charles . . .165, 213 Law, Rosa 1 39 Lawrence, Margaret ...57, 61 Lawton 210 Laymon, Fred 161 Lazar. Alan 58 Lehey, Donna 60, 61 Leaf, Phyllis 227 Leavitt, Betty 181 Lichtig, Sally 181 Ledgerwood, Alleta 147 Ledo, Jose 1 26 Lee, Albert 87 Lee, William 169 Leek 73 Leff, Norman 1 53 Leitner, Ronnie 1 50 Lemmen, Lloyd 75 Lenderman, Everett . . . 54, 56 Lepons, Pat 61 Leslie, Georgiana 224 Leslie, June 175 Lesser, Doris 1 50 Lesser, Hyla 42 Leutz, Leon 56, 1 59 LeVan, Don 1 66 Levenberg, Madeline . .42, 43 Levin, Barbara 1 50 Levin, Charlotte 70 Levin, Shirley 1 50 Levine 57 Levine, Milton 74 Levine, Sydney 58 Levine, Barbara 45, 233 Levy, Arnold 1 64 Levy, Betty 70, 150 Levy, Jean 1 36 Lewis, Charles 1 53 Lewis, Gerry 153, 199 Lewis, Pat 61 Light, Leonard 164 Linderholm, Bruce 75 Lindley, Edith 126 Lindquist, Don 168, 213 Lindsay, Joan 199 Lindsay, Bob . . 1 52, 205, 206 Linehan, Barbara 144 Ling, Jeanne 96 Link, Marilyn 139 Linnig, Beatrice 135 Linscott, Philip 58, 152 Lintol, John 21 3 Lints, Herbert 75 Lipki, Jean 181 Linniscott, Ann 146 Lipson, Channing 1 64 Lisher, Leonard 55 Litchfield, Barbara 97 Littell, Franklin 229 Little, Charles 171 Little, Frank 1 54 Littlefield, Marjorie 135 Livermore, Jo . . 141, 219, 224 Lochner, Joan 142 Lockwood, Donnie 1 46 Loesser, Alene 1 36 Lofstedt, Edna 1 80 Lootens 57 Long, Grayow 75 Long, Katherine .... 141, 227 Longway, Barbara 1 46 Longstaft, June 146 Lorden, Fay 227 Loree, Jean 43, 141, 216, 222 Lounsberry, Fred 1 66 Lorett, Martha 1 37 Low, Joy 141, 227 Lowrey, Virginia ' 97 Lowenberg, Dave . . . 143, 199 Lowther, Mol 1 57 Ludlum, June 1 38 Ludorie, Joyce 180 Luken, Harold 69 Lum, Lillian 181 Lund, Don 161 Lund, James 45 Lundgren 59 Luttrell, June 146 Lveken, Harold 75 Lynch, Joan 148 Lynch, John 71 Lyon, Ann 1 43 M Macaulay, Claire ...218, 224 Mack, Charlotte 151 Machaelson, Olga 127 Machida, Yoshizo 107 Maclssac, James 57, 162 MacKaye, Jean 147 MacKaye, Joan 229 MacKillop, Shirley 139 MacKinnon, Don .... 1 68, 209 MacKenzie, Alice ... .87, 151 Markey, Arthur 170 Mackey, George 71 MacLachan, Tom 166 MacLaughlin, Nora 216, 218, 224 MacMullan, Charlotte .... 96 MacMullan, Donald 58 MacNeal, Ruth 95, 145 Macquire, Natalie 141 Macpherson, Nancy 175 Magielski 73 Maier, Peggy 233 Main, Janet 141 Maisel, Harvey 81 Malin, Myra 151 Malmstrom, Vincent 42 Maloney, Anne.. 87, 140, 230 Maloney, Ruth 149 Malton, Donald 174 Malthop, William 169 Mammel, F 56 Mandenberg, Anne 70 Manderville 73 Mann, Elaine 1 50 Mantho, Hank 22, 199 Manton, Martha 1 48 Mapes, Mary 1 37 Marcellus, Phillip 107, 155, 199, 21 1 Marcellus, Shirley 140 Margolis 205 Marin, Rosemary 143 Marlcstrom, Bonnelyn .... 1 27 Markward, John 1 54 Marlatt, Ward 75 Manlich, Donald 171 Marsh, Marilyn 61, 197 Marsh, Richard 1 56 Martel, Marie 221 Martin, Gladys 181 Martin, Jim 54, 167, 204, 207 Martin, Mavis 1 27 Martin, Robert 82 Martz, Edna 218 Marvel 73 Maravich, Helen 138 Maser, Patricia 147 Mason 73 Mason, Marilyn 97 Mason, Mary Lee 224 Mason, Mary 1 39 Mason, Suzanne 1 45 Mason, Helen 175 Masters, Mary 97 Masters, William 1 55 Mathews, Morrine 221 Mattern, David 94 Mattern, Natalie ... 1 48, 216, 217, 222 Mattern, Shirley 227 Matteson, Eleanor 148 Matthaei, Frederick 1 58 Matthais, Fred 213 Matthers, Robert 82 Matthews, Joyce 95 Matthews, Peggy 227 Matz, Marilyn 140 Maulbetsch, Robert 1 55 Maurer, John F 55 Maylock, Sarah 43 Maynard, Charles 56 Maynard, Ralph 159 Mayo, N. S 57 Maznani, Hector 42 McCabe, Marjorie 143 McCall, Webb 196 McCallum, George . . 1 56, 207 McCallum, Jean 135 McCammon, Jane 146 McCarey, J 56 McCarthey 83 McCartney, Jean 1 27 McCavey, James 155 McClung, John 75 McCollom, Bob 161 McConkey, Enid 1 40 McConnell, William 159, 197, 211 McCord 72 McCormack, Harry 71 McCormick, Carol 43 McCormich, Joyce 142 McCracken, Florence .... 97 McCracken, Martha 1 40 McCue, Jack 71 McDaid, Bill 162 McDaniel, Dorothea 141 McDaniels, Glenn 217 McDermard, Gordon 82 McDonald, Betty 1 43 McDonald, Edward 82 McDurmitt, Nancy 147 McEwan, Julia 227 McFadden 59 McFadden, James 43 McFadden, Robert 1 67 McGaw, D. A 57 McGee 73 McGee, Evelyn 143 McGinnis, Pat 227 McGowan, Bill 162 Mclntosh, Jane 148 Mclssac, James 56 McKee, George 56, 1 66 McKee, Joan 221 McKinnon, Dan 21 1 McKenney, Keith 155 McKeever 73 McKeever, Mardy ... .43, 139 McKenzie, Edward 56 McKillop, Ted 166 McKinley, Charles 156 McKinney, Jean 70 McLaughlin, Mime 43 McLean, James 75 McLean, Phil 162 McManus, Alan 155 McMath. Madeline 142 McMorris, Ruth 146 McMullan, Bob 166 McNab, Alan 163 McViegh 73 McWilliams, Jr 172 Meanwell, Patricia 135 Meeder, F 56 Meff, Glenn 1 62 Mehlenbacker 59 Meinie, Lome 42 Meier, Carlos 1 53 Meisers, Frank 1 68 Mejin, Dr. Ramon 1 27 Melbourne, Gloria 138 Melbert, Eleanor 226 Menthorn, Emily 221 Menzner, Kathleen 1 27 Merriman, Eleanor 221 Merritt, Jacqueline 146 Messom, Elizabeth 61 Metropolsky, Olga 1 82 Metty, Alloys 82 Metty, John 82 Meyer, Margaret 144 Meyer, Nessa 1 80 Meyers, Donna Jean 221 Meyers, Edward . 81 Meyers, Henry 1 58 Meyers, Marilyn .... 135, 221 Meyers, Tommy 70 Mickels, Roberts 71 Middleton 59 275 Middleton, Wayne 55 Millillo, Joseph 58, 60, 1 59, 205 Milks, Malcom L 57, 168 Miller, Ann 140 Miller, Carol 148 Miller, Celia 221 Miller, Fay 180 Miller, Floyd 54, 58, 166 Miller, Joan 137 Miller, Marian 221 Miller, Naomi . . 149, 216, 224 Miller, Richard 94 Miller, Robert 167 Mills, Dean 207 Mills, Evelyn 142 Mills, Hazel 182 Mills, Jack 82 Milne, Isabel 182 Minneman, Mildred 97 Minthorn, Emily 1 48 Miskowsky, Milan 207 Mixer, Dick . . .161, 207, 213 Modlen, Philip 167 Mohney 73 Modshine, Marion 233 Monuisho, Delphine 137 Moon, Richard 1 56 Moore 73 Moore, Agnes 176 Moore, Charles 107 Moore, Ely 43 Moore, Jeanne 1 38 Moore, Marilyn 1 43 Moore, Willet 172 Moosai-Maharaja, Stephen 126 Moreinis, Abel 81 Morgan, Dr. Haller 127 Morgan, Janet . . .95, 145, 217 Morgan, Janet M 148 Morgan, Jean 147 Morgan, Margaret 143 Morin, Herman 1 59 Morly, Florence 180 Morley, Helen 180 Morley, Roberta 1 67 Morey, Kenneth 58 Morris, Ceraldine 151 Morris, John 1 69 Morrison, Gladys 1 26 Morrow, Ann 221 Morse, Teddy 221 Moses, Dale 136 Moss, Dolores 43 Moulton, Beverley ....... 42 Mount, Frank 69 Mountjoy, Mary 141 Muchow, Bob 1 68 Muehl, Doris 229 Mueller 73 Mueller, Jeanne 1 37 Muir, Marian 232 Mulder, Cerold 82 Mulder, Jerry 153 Mulder, L 130 Muller, Audrey 61 Mullendore, Bill 199 Mullkey, Jim 162 Munah, Delilah 147 Murnos, Aurea 70 Murphy 72 Murrah Del 227 Murray, Ray 1 52 Murzek, Dorothy 43 Myers, Arthur 58 Myers, Frank 1 60 N Nabson, Denis 1 54 Nathan, Pauline 42 Naumer, Jacob 1 56 Nave, Ruth 1 82 Needham, Elizabeth 144 Neely, Ralph 156 Neering, James 75 Negrevski, Neva 43 Neiber, Allen 163 Neigent, Lou 95 Neilson, Lou 1 59 Nelson, Karen 61 Nemeroff, Bernice ..181, 227 Nemerovski, Lenard 73 Nerfert, Lois 221 Ness, Charles 1 54 Nessel 73 Nester, Connie 221 Netting, Marcia 1 48 Neuman, Selma 96 Neuman, Robert 1 67 Neumeister, Marie 42 Neville, Patricia 180 Newberg, Carolyn 218 Newberry, Julia 1 39 Newton, William 75 Nickloy, Doris 148 Nicholson, Robert 75 Niedbala, Janina 42 Nielson, William 159 Nienhuis 73 Nierman, Lorelei ....150, 200 Nigro, Mary 97 Nikkei, Henry 159 Nixon, Barbara 1 48 Nixon, Patricia 1 42 Nobles, Tom 1 59 Northrup, Nancy 1 39 Norwold, Constance 1 76 Nottingham, Joyce 135 Nouse 72 Novy, Barbara 141 Nrese, William 82 Nufer, D 56 Nutto, Francis . . . 54, 57, 160 Nyberg, Lou 139 O ' Brien, George 1 68 O ' Connor, John 1 67 O ' Dell 73 O ' Dell, Fritz 162 Ogata 205 O ' Hara, Paul 168, 211 Ohlornacher, Albert 171 O ' Kane, Marilyn 140 Okubo, Seichi 57 Olcay 59 Olds, R. N 57 O ' Leary 72 O ' Leary, Marg 181 Oliver, William 71 Olsen, Evelyn 221 Olson, Lenore 61 Omohundro. Gladys 126 Ono, Masako 96 Oozalski, Henry 75 Opdyke, Ward 1 52 Ophoff, A 1 30 Ophoff , E 1 30 Orberg, Borge 1 66 Orberg, Carsten 1 66 Oren 83 Oren, R. A 57 Ormand, A 56 Orr, Laurie 1 45 Orsen, R 130 Orvis, I. D 57 Osborn, Richard 94 Osborne, Barbara 42, 224, 225, 227 Osborne, Marjorie 70 Osgood, H. W 57 Oslan, Harvey 170 Ostler, Bert 75 Otleuski, Gene 71 Overbeck 1 30 Overholt 83 Overy, Donald 71 Owens, Patty 1 48 Oxley, J. H 57, 64 Page, James 1 58 Palmatier 56 Palmer, Lois 141 Palmer, Mary 143 Pamblyn, Ruth 139 Parker, Don 155 Parker, Doris 97 Parker, Jean 149 Parry, Debora 145, 216, 222 Parsons, Jeanne 180 Partney, Anne 42 Pascirk 83 Paseoc 82 Pasel, Viola 127 Pascadis, F. H 57 Patrick, Louise 1 39 Patrick, Robert 60 Patsloff, Lois 140 Pawloff, Alex 107 Pease, Evelyn 175 Peat, Alexander 75 Peck, Robert 58 Penaylillio 56 Perlis, Sandy 205, 207 Perimeter, Stanley 170 Perlmutter, Sybil 136 Peron, E 56 Perry, Betsy ... 1 49, 224, 225 Perry, Lindsey 58 Peter, Emily 42, 227 Peterman, Nathan .... ' .. .1 53 Peterson, Janet 223 Peterson, John . . .57, 58, 197 Peterson, Stanley 167 Peterson, Stephen 94 Petrick, N. A 57, 162 Petrossian, George 43 Pettigrew, Jean 181 Petty, Toni 1 45 Peugeout, Arlene 95, 97 Pew, Elaine 147 Phelps, Marcella 175 Phillips, Eileen 136 Phillips, Evelyn 182, 198, 222, 223 Picard 73 Picard, Patricia 142 Picard, Ruth 142, 224 Pierce 72 Pierce, Harriet 200, 217, 224 Pierson, Wilmer ...54, 55, 57, 152, 211 Pietz 73 Pincus, Mitchell 164 Pines, Jean 150, 200, 224 Pinney 72 Pitman, Robert 81 Pittman, Bernard 169 Pittsley, W. D 57 Plate, Jim 22, 205, 206 Pliski, Irma 140 Plumer, Mary 232 Pochert, Betty . . .47, 95, 227 Poe, Ronald 161 Poledor, Andrew 56, 171 Polie, D 130 Pollack 205 Pollak, Janice 60, 61 Poljpck, Robert 57, 94 Polowe, Barbara 181 Pomering, June 199 Pons, Angela 42 Pontius, Patricia 180 Pope, Shirley 182 Popkins, Frances 199 Portz, Joan 139 Pospisel, Paul 152 Pottinger, Nancy ... 147, 224 Powell, Delva 151 Psciuk, Gerry 95 Probut, Jack 168 Prangley, Louise 1 39 Precious, Robert 48, 54, 57, 162, 205, 211 Pregerson, Judith 181 Pressprick, Betty ...138, 180 Price, Florence 70 Price, Les 1 53 Price, Paul 1 59 Pritchard, Betty 149 Pugsley, Dorothy ...217, 224 Pulford 72 Pullum, Joan ... 1 37, 21 6, 224 Purdom, Lucy 1 42 Purnell, R 56 Pyle, Alice 146 Pyle, Carolyn 147 Pyle, Margaret 96, 176 Quetsch, Richard 94 Quezada, Hector 1 26 Quinn, Elizabeth 42, 137 Quinn, James 75 Quinones, Lagrima 127 Rabbers, Norman 167 Rado, Judy 199, 217 Raine, Jean 141 Raiss, Elaine 148 Ramsay, Eleanor 141 Ramsay, Earl 1 58 Ramsay, Jeanne 141 Randall, Patt 221 Randolph, Jane 70 Randolph, Ben 161 Rash, Jack 94 Rathbun, Elaine 96 Ratledge, Hamilton 75 Ravitch, Louis 1 64 Ray 73 Ray, Margaret 138 Raymer, Barbara 1 36 Raymond, Allen 57, 160 Raymond, Betty 145 Rea 210 Read, Joan 221 Reade 72 Reager, Cornelia 221 Reber, Nancy 143 Reley, Phil 42 Redman, William 167 Reed, Elizabeth 144 Reed, William 75 Reed, Willis 159 Reichert 72 Reineke, Harold 56 Reinert, Juanita 194 Render, Glenice 175 Renfert, Henry 172 Renfield, John 75 Renny, Thomas 58 Repola, Kenneth 69 Reppenhager, Richard .... 82 Retalaff, June 142 Reus 73 Reuttinger, Hazel 95 Rewoldt, Gloria 149, 233 Reynolds, Blossom 97 Rhead, Charles 75 Rhody 83 Ribback, Ruth 136 Rice, Kenneth 1 60 Rice, Robert 69 Richards, Doris 95 Richards, James 82 Richards, Jean 182 Richards, Robert 82 Richards, Wilson 71 Richardson, James 1 60 Richardson, Jane 176, 220, 221, 223 Richtee, Roar 1 65 Rieger, Joan 1 50 Rieman, Ruthe 176 Rink, Bonnie 95 Risk, Harriet 43, 45 Riverburgh, Laura 1 27 276 Robb, Herbert 75 Robbert, J 130 Roberts, Carol 135 Robertson, Dot 1 38 Roberts, Dorothy 43 Robbins, Joseph 1 69 Robinson, Ann 1 49 Robinson, Janine 140 Robinson 73 Robin, Shirley 220, 223 Roby 210 Rockwell, Evelyn 70 Roden, Mavis 135 Rodriguez, Luz 221 Rodriguez-Chason, Sarah . . 1 26 Roeglin 73 Roem, Barbara 1 76 Rogers 72 Rohrbaugh, Jack 1 62 Rokos, John 1 67 Romen, Luiz 1 27 Ronac, Marjorie 146 Rookas, Mary 1 48 Roob, Ceorgiana 1 48 Rosaric, Nelson 126 Rose, Pat 1 44 Rosenblatt, Carol 233 Rosenshine, Doris 233 Rosmarin, Marjorie 1 36 Ross, B 56 Ross, Howard 1 52 Ross, Ralph 167 Rosseau 73 Rosser Merryday 70 Roth, Betty 1 98 Roth, Carl 155 Rothman, Joan 1 50, 200 Rothstein, Ronald 170 Rovit, Earl 153, 199 Rowland, Toni 42, 140 Roy, Max 1 27 Royce, Robert 57, 197 Royere, Michel 1 27 Rozian 59 Ruggles, Robert 56 Ruby, Lowell 58 Ruse, L 130 Russell 59 Rubin, Janet 1 50 Ruby, Margaret 97 Ruck, Frank 168 Ruck, Marilyn 42, 141 Rueber, Charlotte 143 Ruettinger, Hazel ...97, 145 Ruggle, Bob 1 66 Ruhl, Eleanor 146 Rumbel, William 127 Rundles 72 Rundles, Marilyn 43 Runge, Edward 171 Rupert, Samuel 160 Rupp, George 172 Rutherford, Lucy 1 42 Rutherford, Marjorie 142 Rutledge, Robb 1 54 Rizicka, Frank 168 Ryan 73 Ryan, Jack 1 55 Ryan, Mureen 1 80 Ryan, Pat 60, 180 Ryburn, William 172 Ryding, Robert 82 Ryland, Rom 1 67 Sack, Maurry J 81 Sadler, Margaret 142 Sadler, Marjorie 149 Sala, William ' . . .117 Salon, Joel 74 Sanders, J 130 Santo, Jess 54, 59 Sappington, Lewis 171 Sask 205 Sauerhaft, Stanley 1 99 Saum, Ceraldine 56 Sauter, Edith 1 50 Sauter, Shirley 1 50 Saunders, Ray 1 66 Sawer, Margaret 1 47 Sawyer, June 1 48 Sawyer, Naomi 1 42 Sayles 73 Schaeffer, Norman 1 64 Schaufelberger, Albert .... 1 67 Schallenberger, Sybil 146 Scheef, W 56 Schaef, Bill 166 Scheibner, Helen 127 Schewrpp, Evi 42 Scherdt, Mildred 43 Scherer, Roberta 1 37 Schetzer, Julius . . ... ... 58 Schinner, Gretel 177 Schlee, Joan 141, 147 Schlesinger, Thelma 181 Schloss, Louise 136 Schmidt, Robert W 1 60 Schmidt, Philip 71 Schmidt 72 Schmitt, Martha 144, 199 Schnettler, Joan 1 42 Schneider, Edward 87 Schneider, Tat 1 49 Schniedioman 1 64 Schoenfeld, Rita 136 Schoepfle, Tom 72 Scholnick, Morton 170, 205, 207 Schoenlaub, P 56 Schorling, Otis 72 Schreiber, Ed 170 Schneider, Carolann 221 Schrenk, Julien 205 Schrader, Verne 1 60 Schroeder, Doris 1 37 Schudson, Audrey 1 50 Schuemacher, Ann 139 Schumacher, Earl 161 Schuman, Anne 136 Schutz, Ann .. .199, 218, 224 Schwartz, Robert 1 64 Schwartz, Shirley 43 Schwartzbek, Eugene .... 1 40 Scott, Earline 127 Scott, Harry 1 68 Scott, V 56 Scott 73 Scott, Verne 1 66 Scouler, Barbara 147 Scoodle, James 1 67 Scowden, Margaret 144 Scudder, LaVern 58 Searles, Deanor 145 Secontine, Vincent 155 Sedgewick, Suzanne 1 43 Seeger, J. R 57 Seegert, Fred 1 59, 205 Sickels, Shirley 148 Segat, Leon 82 Seguare, Richard W. 155, 207 Seidman, Sally 146 Seiler, Dorothy 139 Seitz, Richard 1 56, 1 97 Selinger, Gerrie 180 Sellon, Sally 142 Sells, Robert 159 Seltzer, Holbrooke ...69, 196 Semler, Robert 1 53 Semon, Bette 1 44 Sempere, Charles 73 Semple, Margaret 95 Sendler, Reva 1 50 Servis, Dorothy 223 Server, Samuel 81 Sesson, Barbara 148 Seven, Philip 65, 75 Shaeffer, Dale 71 Shaffstall . 83 Shaffer, Edward 155 Shapero, Joyce 61, 197 Shapero, Martin 45, 229 Shapiro, Charlotte 221 Shapiro, Donald 81 Shapiro, Marvin 1 64 Sharbach, Lois 229 Sharkey, Marian 146 Sharpe, Marcia 148, 216, 224 Shaw 72 Shef, Arthur 60 Sheldon, Donald 164 Shempp, Evangeline 43 Shenker, Annette ...181, 198 Shepherd, Jackie 43 Sheppard, George 161 Sheppard, Jacqueline .... 95 Sheppard, Donald 55 Sheridan, Audrey 1 37 Sherrick, Nancy 149 Shields 59 Shiffmaw, Dr. Morris .... 1 27 Shilds, Russell 197 Shilson, Catherine 1 48 Shinn, Ray 157, 198 Shinnick, Harriet 143 Shoecraft, Harriet ... .70, 151 Shreffler, Gerald 194 Shryock, Richard 167 Shufru 205 Shuker, Derith 140 Siebert, Marjorie 149 Siegan, Joyce M 43, 229 Siegel, Robert 1 64 Sikorovsky, Gene 207 Silk, Joan 180 Silva, Dr. Candido 127 Silverman, G 56, 164 Simmons, Jeannette 127 Simmons, Ray 166 Simons, Homer 161, 209 Simpson, Josephine 146 Sinclair 210 Sinke 73 Sislin, Paul 198 Skaw, Bob 161 Skillern, Lisa 143 Skillman, Newton 163 Skinner 72 Skinner, Harriet 142 Skinner, Harry 1 54 Skinner, James 69 Sleder, Mary Ann 176 Slocum 205 Slocum, Robert 113 Slokum, Julie 146 Smith 210 Smith, Barbara Joan 182 Smith, Christine 142 Smith, Donald 58 Smith, Dorothy 221 Smith, Ed 94 Smith, Emmons 55, 1 54 Smith, Harry 163 Smith, Helen 145 Smith, Joanne 1 46 Smith, N 83 Smith, R 83 Smith, Robert L 160 Smith, Dr. Robert 127 Smith, Roger 75 Smith, Rose 97 Smith, Rosemary 137 Smith, Sally 142 Smith, Sue 177 Smith, Theodore 58 Smith, Ted 230 Smythe, Sally 182 Snaddor, Harriet 141 Snead, Katherine 139 Snell, R 56 Sniker, Donald 160 Snyder 59 Snyder, Nancy 180 Snyder, Philip R 60 Soanes, Dr. Ruy 127 Sokatch, Richard 94 Sokerburg, Mary 1 42 Solorow, Beverley 95, 96 Soloway, Philip 1 64 Soper, Bette 135 Sorice 205 Sorice, John 54, 213 Sosin, Allan 164 Spada 1 66 Sparrow, Mary Jane 146 Spaulding, George W 54, 60, 207 Spear, Howell 1 63 Speed, Ann 1 42 Spencer 73 Spencer, Herbert 43 Sperber, Marilyn 45 Sperling, Belle 61 Spike, Shirley 139, 218 Spitzer, W % . 1 30 Springs, Suzanne 146 Sprackling, Gloria 221 Spurrcer, Bob 1 66 Stacy, Susan 42 Stadler, Louis 87 Stahl, Irving 164 Stall, Ebba 229 Stamm, Fred 94 Stanton, Annie L 149 Stanton, Barbara 148 Stapp, Rosemary 1 44 Starr, Ann 42 Stasewich, Katherine 182 Stedelin 72 Steding, Phil 94 Stedolin, John 69 Stefanis, Yotu 43 Steffh, Dorothy 145 Stern, Julian 74 Stein, Leila 180 Steketee, Kenneth 82 Stelt, James 60 Stembol, Elaine 218 Stern, Aaron 74 Stemmer, Philip 34, 197 Steptoe, Jean 232 Stern, Doris 1 47 Sterns, Gloria 221 Stevens, Helen 145 Stevens, Joan 145 Stevens, Karl 58 Stevenson, Bob 230 Steward, John 69 Stewart 72 Stewart, Barry 1 46 Stewart, Eleanor 95, 138 Steiner, Richard 75 Stilgel, Rosslyn 150 Stiller, Barbara 141 Stilwill, George 69, 71 Stock, John R 55 Stone, Lucy 148 Stone, Marjorie 143 Stone, Virginia 142 Storgaard, Lorna 97 Storm, Jeanne 147 Stouffer, Barbara 141 Straatsma, Mary 144 Strach, Jane 180, 181 Strauss, Jane ..150, 201, 218 Strem, Ralph 55, 58 Strempek, Walter 75 Strickland, Dick 163, 199 Striffler 83, 210 Strom, Walter ) 27 Strong, Barbara 141 Sterick, Jean 42 Stuckey, Virginia 61 Studricka, J 56 Stuna, Lee 70 Subbera, Phyllis 179 Sube, John 69 Sugar, Ann 42 Sullivan, Roger 58 Sundell, Robert 69 Suffer 83 Suavey, Dr. Manuel 1 26 Swan, William 128 277 Swain, Barbara 149 Swanson, Patricia 138 Swartz, Walter 82 Swift, Betty 141 Swetzer, Cwen 1 49 Swords, Collins 1 62 Syons, Shirley 95 Tabor, Dick 1 66 Tait, Edwin 71 Talbot, Cora 73, 143 Tamblyn, Ruth 221 Tameirao, Heitner 127 Tanaka 83 Tanner, Harry 58, 171 Taplin, Win 167 Tappafi 73 Tayler, Donald 82 Taylor, Elizabeth 95, 138 Taylor, Martha 229 Taylor, Olive 1 57 Taylor, Robert 55 Taylor, William . .56, 58, 153 Teetor, Catherine 135 Teipel, Gerry 181, 221 Teifer, Charles 1 56 Temple, Theda 1 40 Tennant, Dewey ...163, 209 Terbruggen, Ann 42, 174, 222, 223 Theisner 205 Thiedel, Bill 162 Thielkeld, Louise 145 Thielen, Mary 143, 224 Thomas, Dorothy 141 Thomas, Joan 1 42 Thomas, Virginia 227 Thomas, William 164 Thomas 59 Thomason, Robert 161 Thompson, Allyn 140 Thompson, France 145 Thompson, Joe 1 66 Thompson 72, 73 Thompson, Jim 161 Thomssen, Nancy 147 Thorenson, Robert 161 Thors, Esther 1 39 Thrasher, Helen 43 Tillou, Emily 144 Timms, John 1 68 Tinholt, J 130 Tinkam, Dan 161 Tinker, Marion 221 Tishman 59 Tobey, Marieta 1 42 Tomsee 73 Topp 73 Torgerson 83 Tornaw, William 140 Touma 83 Townshend, Dorothy 177, 221 Trausch, Juva 61 Trayon, Shirley 150 Treadwell, William 75 Tressell, Nancy 1 37 Truesdell, Kay . . .141 Trumpeter, Doris ...95, 180 Tuttle, Hugh 167 Tunri, Arther 75 Twitchell 72 Tyler, Pat 1 47 U Ufer, Bob 161, 210 Uhll, Dottie 230 Ullrich, Mary 144 Unbehaun, Charles 1 67 Underwood, Florence .... 1 47 Underwood, Jack 197 Upham, Dorothy 226 Upjohn, John 1 65 Upson, Nancy 1 45 Upton 72 Urbunek, Joyce 97, 138 Van Broeklin, Phil 146 Vandenberg 72, 73 Vandenberg, Lela 43 Vanderhoar, A. F 230 VanderVeer, C 130 VanDervort, Pat 1 40 Vanderwall, Howard 94 VanEdnenaam, Phyllis .... 135 VanKamper, Jean 221 VanOmmem 73 VanPelt, Charles 155 Varshvila, George . .56, 60, 94 Vaughan, Betty 72, 146, 218 Vedder, Mary 146 Vergue, Katherne 87 Verschoor, Cassie 1 46 Verschure, Harris ... 127, 130 Vetter, George 1 66 Victor, David 94, 155 Vincent, K. R 57 Vincent, Naome 96 Vincent, William 58 Vironda 83 Volan, Marilyn 43 Vorys, Rosemary 1 80 Vuelle, llene 127 W Wabtzl, Dorothy 144 Wade, Joyce 151 Wade, Mary Caroline .... 1 42 Wade, Sue 1 80 Wagner, David 1 65 Ward, Margaret 70 Waite, Dorothy 138 Wakevainen 83 Walbridge, Nita 180 Walcott, John 1 52 Wald, Margery 136, 227 Walford, Russell 58 Walker 83 Wallace, Barbara 149, 225, 226 Wallace, James 208 Wallace, Marshall 153 Wallace, Stanley . . . 1 53, 198 Wallerstein, Ann 200 Wallis, James 48, 54, 168, 197, 21 1 Walsbrod, Doris 43 Walstrum, Russell 169 Walters 205 Walters, Beryle 164 Walters, Harold 207, 213 Walton, Charles 54, 57, 161, 213 Wantz, Hugh M. . . .57, 153 Ward, Janice 147 Ward, Mary 144 Ward, Peggy 1 80 Warner, Josephine ..137, 232 Ware, R. H 57 Warren, Virginia 1 39 Waterman, Mary Ann .... 1 35 Watkins 210 Watson, Dorothy 141 Watson, Lee 58 Watt, Carol 1 49 Watt, Marilyn 95, 145 Watters, H. 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D 162 Whipple, Louise 1 44 White, Dorothy 146 White, Glenn 167, 204 White, Lee 196 White, Patrick 42 White, Ruth 142 Whitehouse, Betsy 138 Whiting, Helen 145 Whitney, Jean 221 Wick, Jean 137, 219, 224 Wicker, Helen 227 Wickey, J 56 Wiechel, Jean 47, 145 Wiersma, Alvin 69, 130 Wight, Edwin 82 Wiley, Lincoln 58 Wilk, Joan 136, 199, 218 Wilkins, Florence 216, 220, 223 Wilkinson, Don 1 56 Willard, Doris 146 Willard, June 42, 146 Wille, Warren 71 Willemin, Bette ... .216, 222 Willets, Nancy 140 Willging, Mary 95 Willhoft, Earl 58 Williams, Bob 161 Williams, Charles 82 Williams, Charles, Dr 127 Williams, Hillary 156 Williams, Patricia 221 Williams, Paul 82 Williams, Ruth . . .95, 96, 143 Williams, Wendell 87 Williamson, Barbara 137, 201, 218 Willis, Rita 42 Willman, Phyllis 144 Willson 72 Wilner, Julian 81 Wilsen, Glen 82 Wilson, Garner 1 68 Wilson, H 42 Wilson, Jacqueline 135 Wilson, Pat 181 Wiltse, Harriette 135 Wiltsee, Joyce 70 Wiltse, Robert L 55 Wineland, Richard 75 Wines, Don E 94, 207 Winfield, Jean 143 Winsen, Felix 58 Wishnevsky, Allyce 45 Witherspoon, Julian 42 Witkowski, Bob 168 Wittan, Beverley ... 1 50, 224 Witus, Warren 170 Woelk, Robert 197 Wolber, William 197 Wolf 73 Wolfe, Barbara 221 Wolff, Ricka 1 50 Wolfs, Nancy 146 Wolfsohn, Howard 81 Wolfson, Margery 1 36 Wolkowsky, Ruth . . . . 42, 136 Wood, E 56 Wood 59 Wood, Mary 45 Wood, Palmer, R 45 Woodard, Elizabeth Jane . .226 Woodard, Jane 227 Woodruff, Robert 71 Woodard, Bob 42 Wooten, Ri 221 Word, Earl 153 Worrell, Joanne 87 Worsham, Mary C. . . . 55, 141 Wright, Newell 167 Wright, Una 221 Wunch, Stu 152 Wunch, William 58 Wyman, Georgia 138 Wyngarden, J 130 Yaeger, Marian 1 39 Yagnizscak, Eugene 163 Yeomans, Barbara ... .95, 138 Yerges, Howard 213 Yoder, Iris 232 Yoder, Robert 71 Young, Charles 1 67 Young, Mary 1 43 Young, Robert 1 60 Youngdahl, Russ ... 168, 2 11 Yturria, Robert 161 Zabel, Jane 227 Zagelmeier, Jean 144 Zala, Elsie 42 Zapf, Virginia 96 Zarbock, Dorma 141 Zarny, Janet 147 Zavella, Irene 43 Zavlaris, Stasia 199 Zawscki, Sigmund 69 Zeerif, Thomas 1 60 Zeff, Ruth 221 Zeis, Myron 71 Zenger, Doris 70 Zeratzcan, Virginia 87 Zerman, Paula 221 Ziber, Sionez 207 Zigmund, Zawacki 71 Zimmer, Lois 1 27 Zimmerman, Walter 152 Zronick, Carl 60 Zuiderveld, Jack 153 78 I . . -.- ' - ' I I ' S i ' ' - -- ' -, I I : - , Hi i I
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